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! VOLUME 8
NOKTIl VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, AIT.U.ST (i. ISHW.
NUMBER 241
__. 1 iiiiSiilllUt    mi 11, lo do unto others in this ] umbia mil sll as iollous: \ ic-
MIIIMMIIIMI IIIMMIMM, »«-« CpUt« we woidd te done by. Uorin, August ibih, 17th ...id
1 LOCAL NEWS
EXHIBITION,
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As   announced   elsewhere   111 hold by his opponent   no   less
l^i-^fclrt^^J^-^^   wlUl
couver Horticultural society in-       ^^ jrfiiuu-ne,-* upon the „
tcud holding their sixth atinti.il ^ buUl couU,slll,us Lu put LUr. Uaiiidi ban liut incorporat- Fernie, September Ibtk; Grand boaiing club is to be held   tins 1
..U|.iU<*   ia... Ill V.. fill \ .   Ill     .    ill   \     fl * . 1
Yours, etc. jiMh;   Kanaiino,  August  lyth;
WILLIAM KNOWLES Vancouver, August 23rd,   S4U1,
1 *       J51I1 and .'(>tli; Nea   R'eatmus-
G.'l.r. \ LA lun\l\ Mil MJ    tar,   August   27th   ami   2»thj
  Kamloops, August join; Veraoa
.1.  11. D.iniell,   editoi   ui   the Svplt.111 nu  Mh ami yui;  Kcvcl-
Cariboo Oteerver, published at stoho, September 10th and nth; organised mil open .1 branch Selkirk, Ita., and Mrs. A. D.
uuesiiti,   u.is .1 -Utt at   iiu- Nelson, September 13th;  Cran- lim''
l-.xpicss   ollice   on    Wcilncsdat.   brook, ScpicliiU'i  I (III .unl  l.slli     All .iiljiillllinl llleellllg   ul
.,*11 haK msi n.,,,1 niirii'i-; I'd nu, Seutemter iinli; Grand boating dub is to be held
east
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The Hank tii Vancouver, when    Angui and Mrs. Ferguson, ol
alkirk,  Man., ami Mrs. A. D.
Ferguson ui l'e.itiilaml, I.C.,are
ilu visiting J. 11. and Airs. Pilling
exhibition 111 North Vancouver, j^ ^ llvi.la.sl paa., |.,uh al _, 1)UMllos ami is visiting I forks, Seplemtel 18th, Aft
on Friday and Saturday, M"p- m llus t,m, uuy was thrown un- coast to punliase iii.iiiiiucit nouttceiiient will be lii.ule later
teuibcr 10 aiid li. As iar as ag.lUlsl Ulc wim-oW sill, sink- Lie, iol uic purpose ol unprov- U it ihould te decided iu be uc-
can be ascertained,there is every lng [lls y^gj, ugaiiisl lhe eorikr Jin)r .uic laclliiies ol Uie liustii- u'ssai) ol adviiabk lo hold
indication oi a lirst-dass exlu-1^ um(, was givi.n i,lm l0 re-'et ior newipaper wora, lie meetmgs at other places, li ia
bition this year. The directors 1^ A llUk ^ Ua, Ul|)K,s ^^ ^ Ua, om|llim „ all aiiiicip.ucd that Uie work ol line
have inaugurated lor the lust ^ turm.l]| aIKi during a sun rent m Uie mum that uie li.i, COUHIHUHon it ill cousuiue a cou-
time a two-day exhibition, lu' lrugglc Kelly was swung With p'| proposed southern branch siiieiable length ul tune on ae-
ordcr to give everyone an^ oppor*jL against the sill, striking h,lc will not nm down ihs'coOtt ol the many plans al
unity ol seeing the product* ol Knm ^ kldlll,}*s,    As K,Uv -,llump.sull uva* vall,}   U1   u,, ninth nttingi will be held, the
was unable lo continue attar the eaitward, but will turn loutfa meny mterests ai cadi point
accident, lhe releree gave llie de- (rom   lhe   main   line   at   1'url  that will wish lo be liearu   and
cision lo Day.   while many are George, loliow ths Frsfts past a ths independent   investigations
ol the opinion   that   it   would yuesiiel to Lillooet, run   acioss wiilch the commission will tush
have been belter had tlie releree  uic I'uubcrton Me.ulotis io Ule  lo Conduct Ul order lo tlu their
declined to make any award,ISquamiah nur, and then oown *wk as thoroughly as possible.
there is uo doubt thai he hail iu lluwe Sound, bringing it   iu
good grounds under the rules loi  within easy reach ol 1 ancouver.
giving the decision as ke did.     This route is regarded as a lea*
The match was disappointing ililc one, while it will open   up
this side oi the Inlei. In order
that it shall interest all, they
have arranged lor a promenade
concert oil the Friday evening, a
good programme oi children's
sports, Ior which very appropriate prizes will be given, on Saturday alternoon, aud will wind
up wilh a dance in tdie evening.
There are many classes open
to all comers,in order thai coin-
petition may be obtained Irom
outside the city and district.
Thc present directors hold that
ii North Vancouver cannot Jiold
hs own against all comers on
the mainland, an iar as iruil
and vegetables arei concerned,
they must stand by and be
shown what to do. Another
matter lhat has had their attention is, that every prize donated is set against a certain
class, so that everyone can see
beforehand what they are competing for. This will no doubt
prevent uiie unsatislactory way
oi dealing with prizes after the
exhibition has been closed.
The society is ollering among
the many valuable prizes, the
silver and bronze medals oi the
Royal Horticultural Sovietv ol
London, England, with which
the society is allillaled, lor the
best exhibit ol loliagc anil flowering plants, open lo llnl is'.*, in
Vaiuuuver and the New Westminster district; also Ior lhe
best exhibit of Iruit, vegetal.In.
and lowed ior growers in tin-
city and district; Messrs. Irwin
& Billings, Ltd., cup Ior the
test and most varied collection
ol fruits, the H. C. EL Ry. Co.
cup lor the besl and most varied
collection ol vegetables; and I,
J. Cornish, Ior the best kept
garden where no outside help is
employed. These three cups .ue
for compotiliou, and must be
won three times, not necessarily iu succession, before becoming the property ol the winner.
Silver and bronze medal .1..n.it
ed by Birks & Son, Vancouver,
lor the test collection ol collections and individual exhibit.
J.J. Woods is giving a cup
ior the test display ol stone
iruit; A. E. Kealy, cup, (in the
best collection ol vegetable*!,
where no outside help is employed; C. E. Tisdale, ol Vancouver,
a solid silver teapot for the besl
collation ol homemade bollletl
fruits and jams, coiiliiicd lo the
CHOIR   PICNIC
The trip up ilie Noi ih Aiiii,
because it did nut decide ihe te- a rich agricultural cuiiniii   ex- taken iii St. Andrew'i choir ou
lative meriis ol ilie wrestlers, tending over io ilu- Peace river, Saturday  laat, proved a most
Kelly  somewhat   uut-gclici tiled where there ls SOW HO means ut suucsslul incision in every way
liis opponent ami showed cun- uansii except by stage.    Coal Ike weather wai Idea] and ,i
sidcrable  strength  in   breaking and limber abound, and   those rousing good nine was enjoyed
away Irom nelsons and hall nil- «do   have    already    laken    up by all.    lhe pally stailetl Irom
sons.    Ou the other hand   llu-* ranches   in   llus   fertile valley Larson's  wharl  at   1.1J  p.m.,
was but Day's third appearance have prospered,   Fruit bas alsu and made good lime lo lirignt-
in a public way, and with more beea successfully grown though on Beach, when Uie lusi laml-
cxpelleliec lo steatly llllll dunn Ule scisuli is rather shurt. ing w.is niaile, ami ninii* I
and tu teach him lo use his Surveyors, when this routeIleast u.is provided in the lorm
head as well as his arms ami waa Rooked over some tune ago. ul apples, The party then pro-
legs,   he   will  develop   inlo   a tailed to Iind any grades nlmn Icccdcd  direct  lo  Indian  river,
Strong man and a dangeroas op-would create engineering dim-
poiic-lit. cultlcs.     In llial RSpfCt it   is
while a sumptuous repast was
■peedil)  spread in dainty style
SECOND CANYON, LYNX CREEK
ladies ol the clly aiid dislriel;
Wa L. Keene, cup, ior the   best, Editor Express,
collection ol cut  flowers;   lasl, 1   Sir,—As Britishers we revel
but not least, a valuably silver elite the ll.ig   ill   which   is   en
mug is ollered lor the test looking baby under one year.   This
is given so that the youngest
members oi the city and district
may have a chancu ul competing at this exhibition.
THE DAY-KELLY BOCT
While lhc wrestling bout at
Larson's pavilion Tuesday evening came to an  unsatislactorv
Leslie   Greaves   alld   Gordon lar   more   prolitabk   lli,in    lhe b; lhe ladies, alter which a visil
Ross put up lour lively rounds Thompson taliei route, and as wai paid lo the canyon   and
with the gloves, as a curiam well will open up a more direct lalls.    The return journey  be*
raiser. line lo Vancouver, g.m at 7*.*w and North Vancott-
  uiH'.iiil, iiuiiii is 22o nulls ui was [cached ,ii alioul to •".
THE FLAG uoiih ol Aihcrolt, and yo units the trip down being enlivened
smith ol I'un George, ,is lilual* with singing suiigs, eating Iruit,
ed at Uie confluence oi tin- urns etc.
nel .imi Fraser rivers, and ia       _____
sini..undid   by   rolling    tench        STRUCK HY A CAD
shrined the valor, the romance, lands covered bj .i ligiu growt
and ilu-history oi ihe empire, ui   poplar.    No  irrigation  is    A boy named Luu. Johnson
Contempt displayed toward ncussaii at ail. llus uiiinir;, was sir in k In ,, Powell slreel
this our ensign, we rightly re* was well kmntn m Uie i.irlt cu in Vancouver on Tuesda)
gard not only as betokening ,ui dayi "i the Cariboo gold rush, afternoon .m.l rendered Bacon-
unfriendly spirit toward the but up till recently had not tees sti..us. Dr. McTaiish was call-
empire, but as a personal insult, developed,   Now,however, nam- id and the buy uas taken  to
Several  incidents ol this na- hers ol settlers are going m  lo Vernon avenue, when it  wai
lure have been reported ul late Fori George, ijinsiii i ,uni .il. \   diacavcnd ihat his injurlei were
in the press, i.e., i party ol ,uiilia, ami Soda creek to the'not icrioaa,    The accident u.is
tourists trailing tin. I'nion Jack south, near the mgai mmm.      The
in the dust, ai the rc.u ui their    Three steameniioa pi) on thei boy'i home is In this city,
conclusion irom the standpoint vehicle, or hoisting above it on Fraser river in.Ui.ii district i
of real sport, it was neverthe
less a last and exciting exhibition of the art, Julius Johnston acted as referee and awarded the mateh to Day because
Kelly was unable to continue,
on account ol having been .mi
dentally thrown against the
sharp corner of a window sill.
The lirst fall went to Kelly in
forty-one minutes. Day showed
himself   expert   at  extricating
thc same lagstsl lit* Bag ol
other   country,   which   the
lending party holds in higher uuh Ashcroft In a good road
esteem, ss typifying ths natural on which i twhie-a-week  itage
sentiment which he endorses. MTvici is operated,     It boasts
Such incidents as these  sn a branch oi the Northsn Crown
calculated to amuse let-lings ul bank, and a number ul thriving
ire and reciprocity, ami have Imilniss houses
that ellect,  which ive mat   see
the) .ill have i heav) tralhc to
handle.    Quemel is" cott&ected -»w*>»*>*»*»»«ooojomji»3j*jjo
displayed in Norlh Vancouver,
Is there not a better Way? Let
us give to the flags ol olher iia-
himsell  from  dangerous situa- tions  the respectful  treatiumil
tions.hy breaking a hamincrlotk we would have meted out to our
FORESTRY Commission
The commitiion lo Inquire In
to nutters connected with tin a
timber lmlusti) m British Cul--^
TO ADVERTISERS
n.i' aui. una,., a,( win '■■
* lllld i" .i Mudll -  Mllei nl Ila.
i..-i'i "f tin editorial colnaai ..I
ii,.' Repress, iiiui .intu.*.- ulsd-
rarll-Mutulinasi i» in tin haadi
..t Ihl |.rinl.r i...I laii.r iiaiii, 1V..I
ii'"'l.iv .,i .aii ,ia.*k |e tniin
P
"a Hal.   rill..   Villi   I,.' laalala*
(Frida)) evening
For s.iic. a ii.ibi buggy, bt
iirsi-class condition, Plice >\
Apply at Express oihec,
lllc lutal Olallge  Isdjt!   have
changed Iheii place ui uieeung
iu uie Knights ui Pythias bail.
Kltsilauu Alelliodisl .sunlit
sciiuol, Held a Jolly pi. lut Utt
Larson s grounds ou \\ canes .ay.
ine North Vancouver mount-
aiueeimg club arc arranging ior
a trip up tile Capilano un BUS*
day,
lhe district council lias an e.\-
lelislli' llsl 111 this issue ol de-
Unquent lauds to be soin nn
taxes.
ihe regular masting oi thi
district council will it held in
uic municipal hall ilus [hrtda)
evening.
The B, C. El. Ry. Cu. an
calling iui tenders ior coulruct-
mg live miles ol Irani cvlelision
in .-suiiili Vancouver.
Gentleman watts room sad
board with privata lamil), nam
public school. Address, "Hoarder," care ul The Express.
Auiiuuikcmciil is in.ule in 11,
issue by  the disliiel culllltll, ol
expl'upllalloll     piocectiiligs     li
various roads lu bc eunsuuiiiu.
Miss Stcivc ul Alibutslurd.has
beiii   appotated   teacher  ul   the
Capilano school, Miss Clapp,thi
lulinil   leather  having  leiiL.teil
to the provinci oi Alberta.
Everyone who has sen. ,i i>
lilli'd mth admiration mm tin
linislieil portion ul jrd slreel.
Eagiscei Earns is to hi con
gratulatcd n Um progrsm oi
iln uurk.
Rev. H il. Balderston mil
preach on Sundaj morning al
the Methodist church on "Rea*
sollable Sen Ice." The subject
lor tin- tieiiing will be "Expert
din  as ., Ttailiti."
Lord urn. governor general
ul  Canada,  arrived in \ nlKOU
nr yeaterda), oa his waj to tin
llurlll.      On  Ills  Iet111 11  In-   will
open the niiv Granville siimi
bridge in Vancouver,
Ueiliiesil.ii, tin children ul iln
Sund.ii schi.i.l u.iin.i tt.l Willi
Un local Baptist ihurih, s|k-iu
a llappi   Unit   al  sccuml l.e.i.li
Stanley park, the occasion  bs-
iiiK iimi .ninii,il punk
The Methodist Sunday ichool
mil li.ild ilnn annual pknk oa
Tueiday next, Staafc) pari in
mg tha rendezvous, 'lhe llttl.
lulks will assellilde at 10 u'lluik
at tllc ihuiili, ami all go ovei
logclller.
Lusi.    A  mllli   dug, oil  up]... I
Lonidale, lorn white lest. Ant
une returning tami h  ;iiin>;
lllll >l lll.lt li all    .IS    III    llllll*
Will bc int.ililtil. M.nl.un lim,i
plilcis, }gg dlaliiii;, stiul,
Vain uilier.
Tin Clu isi i.ui t inlc,it ur Mini
I) "I si Andiiii s Preabyterian
iiiiiiiii, held tlmi  un,mini mn
siii.iiii.ii meeting last Honda)
evening, st which Miss Brusso
icid a mi  ai.ie paper spon
Lilt Lessons lui mc (rom iln
Uis."   The attendance showed
a 111,ilktd  llllplaiMlii, lit  ,uiai  llie
iiiuitsi is iiiiii.ising.      Next
uuk Mi. liarruti  iiill address
clety  spot  "Win   w.u
should I,. Abolished."
Tin board ol polki commii
sunn is |..i Ihis illy nut III the
till hall uslclil.ii .11,it.I tin
| .unl Ci.lnnilssluliejs Mi
Niish ami .l.nksuii uiie present
Chiel
A musical and song icrvice
will be helil  at  the  Baptist
church un Sundai euning, cor.
jth  and   St.   George's  avenue.
Mrs. Banton mil preeidi at the
organ aad isveral singers irom
\ aiiiuiitei mil assist.
lluni Stark, lather ol Mrs.
L. 11. Hodge, aecumpaiiicd by
his lulir uilier children, arrived
in the city llus week, direct
Irom their toi'incr home, Galashiels, Scotland, and arc slopping with Mr. and Mrs. Hodge.
11 is tlieir   lutelllloll   lo   make
tlveir permanent home hen,
The prospscti lul the lurina-
uuu ..i a championship hockey
club iu Nurtli Vancouver, arc
un mcouraging and a bovw
ment lo urganue a club mill a
irn meml-erslup, is meeting
with extelleiil response.       The
klesnrs, Bayliss, whom coming
to llus ciiy uas auiiuuuced in
The   EspNSS   sullle   lillle   ,igi,
ban arrived,    luu promiMBt
planls Irulll V.illcouur, Messrs
SwayttS and Hartley, are like-
uise about tu rcuiuve to this
iiii tu reside, alld J. 1',. 11.
C.iitlin.ill, ol the lirm ui J.J.
Woods a1* Co., is all expert hock-
el player. The city council will
be lenuestnl, St their meeting
oil Monday eieii.ng, to grant the
tlui. ihe use i.l ilic boulevard
park, the North Vaiuuuver laud
and dm lupiiinit company haling ahead) signified their will-
s Uiai smh ivmilil he .ioiic
ll is audi i|ulnl that ,i team
uill be put in the bcld thai will
lallse the J. C. Keith tluphv tu
Iiiid a huiiie uli this side ul Uie
llllll as a lesllll ul lhe matches
during the approaching season.
It is aU,, the Intention to organize a l.ults' team in connection
mth thu club.
POLICE COURT
Uagistrati  Kealy  was mii-
lla.Hll.l    III     ,1    dO  k.l    ,.1   lllllSlllfl-
abli pi..p..I (lulls al the cuurl
held In Iiiiii llus liiorniiig J.is
Walsh, charged with being drunk
ami disorderly, lorfeited lus
bail ol ten .I..II.us. John Fei-
gusoa charged uuh lailun to
properl) support lus uiu* u.is
jjl.llil.il a puslpuiielllt'llt lllllll
luii .it im.ruing. A IjUartSttS
comprising John Johnsos, An.
NeUon, Ualmer Kelson and Airs.
Chas. Sihuail,   uiiust  ..is,* had
linn postponed Irom Thursday's
ii.Ull.utli th.ilgul with assault
mg ihe whariinga it ihe hrrjr,
Wedlii s.l.it night, The I.mi persons   tame   diilill   lo   lhe   lell)
landing to catch lb last boat
ai eight.   Th.t uiu under ihe
llillutlitt   ul   li.iui.i   an,I   uii.it I-
took to ign..ic liii aiitiiuiiii .,1
W. C. I'.istninan, tiln. was in
ih.ilgi All alt) I..iliull eliMied,
iu uliith ihe in*..kin Am.i/.m
ltd uii Iiti i.iin uuh a ugi.r
worth) at own ol tin greatest
..I Uu  likings an,i a,i ,i kettei
' .HI    I A    lllll    Ul    itU   ,.|, ll,   l.l     IU
del.mil lim months haul labor
Has imp.... .i.
LVNN VAI.1.I';\   NOTBI
The dottkej   tligim    In lunging
Ul l-lullillie s mill has bea sliul
iiuiiii ilus tutk, lining to   the
ii,.pni **u *.i iln* imilii.
lh.  L.i in I   Aid suiiili ul lhe
I'lesbUillali    e lllll v ll    ale    l.usy
working loi thi sale ol uuik io
l.t held in llu liislllule llall Ul
al.i.llt iluii  Ueeks UUH, nhtli lt
is hoped sufficient money will be
i I'uii.i Device u.is alioIrealized that, added to tin fundi
in attend,line.      Ripuils ,il the .ilit.idi   in hand   lm    ihal   pur-
polke departliiein Ittd thi pOMd POSS, I si.ui mO)  0S made   on
wen siiiuiiiiiiai, ami idopted Iksmw church building, so tdk
Aii.iiigi'ininls   are   alsu   tn   !,. mg idvatttagl   "I   llie   summer
uud. [oi iln Lnstallatioa ol ■ stootkst,    it is iln tush tt thi
lelcphuin il Constsbk Blak ■ nxist) lo havi iln mu ihuich
H'snleiice,   lor  Un   salegiiaidliig lnulding read)   iui  tin wiuur's
ul iisiiltuis uu tup ul Uu lull,    |work. THE  EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
McNeish,
eii lo communicate again with
solicitors.
Aid. AlcRae u.is appointed on
the committee to attend lie
-■ring ui the water applica
Aldermen McRai
SiliuH/, Voung, Dick .m.l Braim
wen* 111 attendance .it lhe regu
lar sessiun ul llie tin council on
Monday evening, ilayor Ma)
presided,
IV A. Edingtoii ttinit', i>. the
eflect that In purpo«i building
a ha.usc t.. ilu* value ..I .v 11
his property, l"t I, block ji, D,
1,. 548, .uiai requesting thai ■
roadway be constructed thereto,
along i'ltli street; referred to
I...,ml ui works,
0, w. Mann requested Ihal tin
water service i.e 1 etended in lol
8, 1,link 8, I) l.. '-1' referred to
the waterworks cominittei to
bring in .1 coinph 1. list .'i 11
teniiom required throughout llu
city.
The iitv engineei submitted an
estimate ol  Ule COll  ul opening
a wagon road along 22nd strei 1
liuin Lonidale avenue to Larson
street, and along Larson streei
Irnin 22nd tu 23rd itreet, namely |ljo; it it iiul tu iln* I....u.l ..I
Murks  lu  llpull.
Sister Mar) Ann, principal
ol the linli.ui ichool, u roti. ic
queiting 1 temption from taxation ini lhat inititutlon; pr.mi-
id.
0, A. McBain, ai chairman oi
iln* committee appointed b) Un
mass meeting re Sunday closing
ol li.iiTuuiiis, uiui.. regretting
delayed action in this mattei
Upull   llll*  p.lll   a.i   ila.   II.lllllll,.lllll
requesting prompt attention,
Aid. SchulU thought lhat tins
was .1 in.iii.i   lhat   mighl   in
Mlllllllll.ll   lu   llll   |nn|a|l   ,lllal   lias
111 I.iiiii  ,.1 hiking .1  plebiscite
al lllc lilin nl lhe L.li  ll|'i.11 llii
munii bt laws, nutt in com 1 ol
preparation,
Aid. McNeiifa dul.iinl himsell
.1- opposed  iu Un   amendment
ui Un licensing Inlaw.
Ai.l. Dick 111..u'.l and Al.i Hi
Neish   '...11.led a resolution, to
Un iiiui that ibis 1..until  did
llul  sn   lis  Way  ileal'  tu Hilt 1
Iiie Ulli. lhc exist 1111; ,,nlcl.
Aid. Du k had thought I lie 111.11
ui m.i ..iieiulli [rom tin
standpoint a,i ,,11 uu. reals, .unl
he w.is ..1 opinion that matters
ihould be lell as thei   ale III It
sjieti lu Uu mattei undo dis-
mission,
Aid. Hi.um thought thai lhe
besl Wa)   lo settle   the   Battel
would be t.. take .1 ballot.
Aid.  MiRac   was   ol   opinion
lllal   lhe  1,.llllcll   slluultl  dlsji.s.
ui Un in.iiui, a-, ilu represenl
aims ..I tin  people appointed
i"i Un I'iiip.,■.      He uas nul 111
iiiui 1.1 either .1 pfebisciU ..1 ,1
ballot.
Mayoi Ma) 1 ipresscd biinieli
as md l,itui.,ia],   1., a pltl.lsillc,
i.a ihe reason thai this mattei
had teen submitted lu the mini*
ul l.\ Un ratepayers,  ami the
...until ought tu dial uuh 11
ll   was li.,1  ^,„„| polk)   to lake
.. plebisciu upon matteri which
1    council u.is perfect!)   com-
j" l.llt tu ileal Willi.
A,'l. Vuting moved and Aid.
Dkk seiuiiilul a 11 ...luiiuii, lu
lhe llinl that lhe tuUlltll iltilde
by vute whether iln l,il,m
amended This mo
nun ultimately carried, ami Un
mattei was decided m tavm  ..1
11.llinlit, Upull  the lull..11 III-;
dnisiun;     ,Ve,i,   Aid.   McRae,
SchulU, Voting and 111.ilm, n.n .
Aid. Mi.\.l.*.ll alld link.
Aid.   \.,iing l.ilti  gxvi   iiulin
ui motion, iu introduce a inlaw
iu ,iiiiuiii iin   iiuiiiiii-  bylaa
to pluiidt lul  lhe tlusing 1,1 1 li.
ii .m* un Sundays,
Aid. link reported thai Un
owner ui Un* propert) adjoining
s .md ;, 111 block i'.--. h.i.I
complained ..1 combustible mail iial lung ..ii tli. . h.is. ami
requi -i..1 1h.1t thii I..* removed
dwiiei tu l.i nolilicd according
iy-
1 iit Engineer 11.1ms i,,ui un
il..  i.iiil. a pi.ui, showing   111.
I Ml I1M> .11 a.l        Ull Kspl.lll.llll
westward, Irom Fortei 1.. lint
iikt .iinin.,
R. B. Macnaghten  ..ml othei
I.    id. li'      .,11   a    ill     '
ul pii un.JI'.   1.. requi 1 .. tidr-
walk along thai    treei
ti u iik
ll. M. Bum, on   1 kail "i l-
Conrad, owaei ol ■ loi at  the
COriSI    ul    Kith    ami    Hum
streets, ttqUI ited .1 in.i-1'
,1 di'.i.ui.. ol 37J [set, to  pi.
.1..1SS   l.i   building   pn
1   I ..1.
A....iini
iiunl |..ii.i,    Finance, gtseral,
J51 ^.65; police, (395*95! ichooU,
'1572.05; board oi wurks, local
improvement account, >2*s 1.j/;
ineral, (1257,041 waterworks
tommittee, (651.16; ine aini
i^lu committee, (309.68; board
oi health, (25,
Aid,  Mckae called attention
lu lhe [act lllal the date 11.um.I
iur Uic expiration ni ihe period
nl illsiulinl lur laves, namely
Augusl 28th, w.is imt a suitable
one, He moved, sunn.lul b)
Ai.l. Dick, that the uine te ex
tended t.. September I jth, eai-
lleil.
Aid,  Siluilt/. directed itten-
Iimi   in   llu   l.ul   ihal   tin   ill)
suliiiinis had .is j a i iiui. lubmitted Un amended local 1111-
provemenl bylaw, although   it
lias lu hate  been nil  ill.'   l.il.lc
two w.iks agu.   Cleik instruct
sunl tu leave Un matter oi en-1
inliiiieiil lu ani pail)' organi/.a-
liuii in this new land. There
are many whu wish lu keep
ihciuselies .iiunl lion, party
an.l tn vute lur the best man
wluu lhe lime COBMS, and nu
one can 'id,une lliem. To nieel
their tase ami lu multiply llieir
mania 1 we nnil ,111 independent
medium tu get Ihem enrolled.
We .in losers 11 iini are not enrolled. V.iics available count
win 11 nun in puwer hate lu be
approached in the interssts ul .1
community, Undoubtedly v.
[have lust both prestige and In
lluiliii Uiallsc we bail only i-is
lutes tasl .it Ule last ilulllinmn
•lcclloll. We ihould bale ll.nl
close nil   lu."1   tules   available*
tot some nnu I looked uui lm
lhe iiiiiiilullcil ami look applit.i
li,,11s Hum all I tullld gel.        1
cannot du that sow, but 1 will
gladly take applications irom
am wlm 111.11 tall al lhe municipal oflice,    Others are cquallv
ATEJV1S
IVe solicit tlie business nf M.imifactiirtrn,
Hniiiii, n.nn.l.'tli-r-a Mini Hall*.* I',** 11*1 visibility . f having llieir l'alent business transacted
by I'xperts, Preliminary advice free. Charges
iniHkiat-J. Our Inventor' Adviser senl upon request Marion Ik Martin, Kef'd., New Vork Llll
lllal',   \l,.nia ra,I    .11,1 U   a.laa,,,..,,,,   Ill', l,'Mi
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MII.I.S
Pioneer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hall
IV.  II.  STllNKT
W. C.  MORimilS
,1.  HABIIV
Boll iip-nta f.ir IIbNHO, tbe best
niiil.-riiil fur walla and MtUn**!
Plume R90
1. O. O, K.
North Vaneuuvt-r Lodge, No.
JJ, meeU every TTiursday evening, corner Lonsdale avenue and
First street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting .brethren cordially invited lu
attend, Edward Peers, N. G.;
TI108. S. Nye, Rec.-iec; J. H.
Pilling, Fin.-sec.
W. H. STONEY ®, CO.
Si^ns of every description
Wallpapers, Paints, Oils, Vtrniihss, dko.
House Painting, <Hazing, Paper Hanging, ECaliomining
Decorating, etc.
nuns .a Neii   Westminster,   inlwilling.   liuiiieallknoivih.il
pl.uc ul Aid.Stliull/., who WOUld I a diligent canvas is necessary il
I1..1 I.e able lu attend.
Council adjourned until Uoa-
,i_t next at B p.m.
iill-. VOTERS' LIST
Editor l-,.\|.ress:
Su.   I disiie iu tall sttention iu Uu mallei' ol enrolment
ul those it llu ale eligible lo lull
.a om parliamentary elections,
ll sum's iinluilliliate that tlluse
ttliu ale su eligible do Hot take
aiuuii to get themselves enroll
ed. li indicates an indiflen nn
that is disappointing. 11 is ui)
estimate lhat  nut  mole than
..in hall ol tliuse qualified   ill
tills till  aliil dlslliit are eliroll-
1 il, tii before another year ['asses then mil i.e a provincial election .unl a plebiscite oa ibe
li.|in.i trallic question, li Is ab
many new 11.1 ims ale to be pul
un the list, 11 by appointment
ui the board oi trade or some
Other neutral channel a l'eliablt
independent man tan be gut to
do ibis work oi canvassing, 1
uill gladly give a contribution
towards lis salary ior a two
months1 campaign. I alu, etc.
ALKX. I'HILIP
August 1, lyuy.
Safety Deposit Hnxc.i tu Kent. Safety Deposit Hoxcs to Rent,
Aclssitusculor.Truslse, Liquidator  He.ceive.ra and Asslgnes
Court Bonds issued
4°
INTEREST
I'mil   ull   ilop.isil*.,   i'i>iii|iiii>i>i|i'.l
(uur thill's yearly.
Puss Books Issued
5°
^ 0
V. S HAUNAKD, Chairman
HOR, h'.,l'iKTKK*i:Ol'TilN,l'li»iriiniii ,.f  Kx.-cntive
K.J. P. lilllsilS, Maimer I. (i. t\ .1I.NU KIl'.IIT, s.-i-retnry
(iraiivilli* Maih-ii'iie  Hlot-k, coriifr Raton mnl (iraniill.-
I'.ll. llaixOT RwM
Tradc Mama
DESIGN*
tri
Safety Deposit Poles to Rent. Saletv Deposit Boxes lo Rent.
P_oSim^S___ Some Reasons Why You Should Own a
in onr opinion frttwhethtfui    | 9 •    w»tib     ■■
HOT POINT IRON
r.*mmiiiil**»-
Mo
J. \V. HALMAIN
UIVIL    fc.NC.INK.KW
i iii.iuiiit Miiteyur awi nnMmt
Null 111   VAMOOt VfcU.
DAIRY
MJKIII    a    a    ,
UNCOIJYLR     ^^^^
Phone 126     Store 111 1st street west
Slfti au-hieri ui .uj * Milk aadOnsBi
lUallt) tfii.r.nl,, *l     N',11 I..lal Kgg. od I..lull
a.* aa.   Al.l.ul-I.ir.l I r.'iuii'rt   bllllel . BM
lee t're.i.i.
I'll..ii*   Ul       l.e.ia (ii l.r-iil *l*,r>*.
WM. PHILIP, Prop.
A mono rpti ding
qnlcklT wcerintn -.-. -*,**. ..
HiVDitllon liprnhaLly pmeiitRhl
U..,ilMr!rt]jr.,.itl.l.>iitl,iU HANOI	
>*nt (rp«. OMnst offwo fur siTUnng paleuln,
I'Mi'iii* tahon tlirmik-h Mm n A Cu. ttc*\*~
ttytial nuttce, without ctrnrge, in tbe
Scientific American.
A liiTHlBpna'ly lUuntraUHl woekly,  I^rKi-M rtr-
nilatmn u( »ny sclent nir )ntiriwL   'luvma inr
all iit'wik'ftleri.
MUNN & Co »«"«>•*-' New York
llnneti l.Oco, BIB. WublDston. DC.
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Boird ol
Trade tiu-etn the third Tueiday
oi each month, at 8 o'clock p.
in., in tht board room, City
Hall. Executive menu the firit
Tueiday of each month. D. G.
Dick, President, J. R. J. Murray, Secretary.
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
,..\,*i. in. at
THE HISSES DAWSON
■ted Mir-a-iiiii, Moilnal taint
il.iiiriutt .Niirsas
Nut-si SaMl Out oil AppMcatlon
K'.r  term.  !p-*l)   al   Um  II l| iUl
Of, I'ill. Str..,i.i -I  Analrew's Ave.
PHONE   69
ATTEN1 ION
Builders & Contractors
l.iiiiiln-r will never btoheap*
er.   (iot in on tin- ground
floor,    llnilil now
SftcllllT—Otll   WW   K|ln"
dlitd  Kl.».rii.|( mill  FIbWi
Pioneer
Bakery^
S. H. Walker,  •   Proprietor
Fresh Bread daily delivered
lo all parts ol the citv.
i6 loaves fm f i
4 for 15 cents.
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
HIGH CHADS CAKE
PASTRY, ETC.
PIONEER BAKERY
riinvr 8        71 Lonsdale Ave
3rd street, cor. Lotlldllt ave
BLACKSMITHING
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
ETC.   ETC.
Tool Sharpening a ipw ialtj
WEDDING
RINGS
_\i
n-Mtt,iiaftMfl
Mill     l.tim <>•.'   M
GROCERIES
PROVISIONS
BOOTS AND SHOES
CENTS' fiJrNisH'Ncs
Our aim is to |h"S latiifactioo
io our 1 ustomsn,
t)nr deliver] soee (■> ill parti ol
tin-. iit    ll mn luu no test.
phont   IcJli    yolll   la.Hli'    ami
mn i|. lum will cell.
DODDS ti
TYSON
1.1,ph..in 41
I   a,I       *Ul   M     ,111.1   l..'ll-ll..|.
Ate bOBght (or, Imt not liy women, ut tin- (air sex arc often
Consult) .1 ibout the purchase,
or the] sliniilil in. Wedding
riii|{« 1a1111.it be too -;ood in
ipialily—tin y an- not, ve-ryday
ptUl liasi I \V* iiav, tliein iii
heavy solid gold, gUSTSntSSd
t.i lilt a lun,; lili'tiuii. In
other slili s ul r 1 n*4<* ite easily
taki ilic lead ia variety, qoal-
ilv ami Ion pines. Uny JTOUl
|. tt. In In tl ami ymi will gal
llu- In *1 i.ilnc |a 1 fin money.
grass! & co.
318 Cambie Street
North Lonsdale
51 >x it J feet  Lota
$300
ll,*. |i.*iiiest part ol North
Vim
VVatSf   and
Sl rVia .
F.I.'. Hie   Lit:ril
itsasiofl Pieeniied,
(175 essh, balanca 6, 1 a, ih
and 14 nn.nlli"
I have one dmilile corner left,
facing minii, I650.
All loll .11" . HV 10 dear.
Sl I." l| tO I"   Imill    il nil. .   mi
King Streei
Silect on. 11011.     There are
50 yet to pick from.
1 \(1K LOUTET 2l3',nsda,t Ave<  Tc,cphonr w
Beciuie it is Beonooicsl
lie-cause it Saves Time
Hecanse- il il Su I Iain! y
Hecansc il is So Efficient
Hecanse it is Clean anil Cool
because it is Simple ami Stron-;
Just received I fresh supply.   Call soon if you wish to secure one.
British foliiinliiii fotrit Railway Coiii|iiiny l.id.
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
We can handle as many more.     If you are thinking ol building
set us and talk the mattei over
CAMPBELL i* MILLER
205 I,nn.i(lnlp Ave.
Nortli Vsncouver
^a-.a^-i.-^---^.^>^*^**^*.*'^>^l*Mt^**.**i^^*^*^*-,^*^***l^^.^*M
Cates' Wharf
FOOT OF ROGERS AVE.   NORTH VANCOUVER
Dockage (or Stcamert
Warehouse Accommodation for all purposes
!>\ND,  I Ml,  BRICK,  (I MISI, GRAVEL
COAL end LUMBER
Goods delivered il deiired. Prompt sen ict
APPLI AT OFFKi: M WHARF
Or ll Rootiil 11 ami   13,   Flack  Hlock,   Vancouver
. PHONE 136 I
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NORTH VANCOUVER EERRY I mt TABLE
I8TBAMBI BT. OEOKOB    uSTR. NOKTIl VANCOUVUR
l<eave N. Van
•6.45 a.m.
7*5"   "
S.JO  "
9-45 "
10.45 "
11.45 "
12.45 P-m-
1*45 "
2.45 "
3-45 "
445 "
545 "
M5 "
7-45 "
8*45 "
9-45 '
10.45 "
"11-45
Leave N. Van.
•1. j.. a.m.
',.20    "
B.20    "
y.20
10.15   "
11.15   "
12.15 P m-
1.15   "
2.15   "
3-15 "
4-15   "
5-15
6.15   "
r.ts "
8.15 "
915 "
10.15 "
11.15 "
Not on Sun.l.iv
Leave Van.
•6.45 a.m.
•8.00   "
8.50   "
9*45 "
1045 '
n.45 "
12.45 P*m-
1-45   '
2.45   "
3*45 "
4*45 "
5*45 "
6*45 "
7-45 "
8.45 "
945 '
10.45 "
12.00
subject lo ilian(*e without totkl THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
kU
L  L
The privy council Uiis week
enacted the closing scenes in a
tragedy which stands as one ot
the saddest accidents thai have
occurred on Burrard  Inlet,   by
handing down their decision  in
the case oi the C.P.R. vs. Bryce
On July 21, 1906, the tug Che-
halis called at Larson's wharf,
this city, to take on board three
members of a party  who  were
bound Ior an afternoon's outing
at Blundel harbor.    These three
persons were Kotbert Bryce,then
purser of the steamer Cassiar;
Mrs. Bryce, and little Roy Ben -
well, ot Vancouver.     Mr.   and
Mrs. Bryce had long been residents at North Vancouver, and
were very popular in local social
circles.  Just belore entering the
Narrows,  the steamer Chehalis
was overhauled by the C.P.R.
steamship Princess Victoria,outward bound, and by some  untoward   circumstances   in   attempting   to   pass,   the   large
steamer crashed into thc smaller one, sending her immediately
to the bottom, and hurling the
members oi the pleasure party
into the waters qI the Inlet, or
carrying them down  with   the
wreck.
Those who lost their lives by
this sad fatality were Mrs. R.
H. Bryce, Dr. Hutton, Percy c.1.
Chick, W. Crawford, Roy Ben-
well and a Japanese. To this
list may indirectly be added another name, for Robert II.Bryce
while saved Irom a watery
grave, through the faithfulness
and intelligence of two favoriU;
dogs which had jumped on the
Chehalis, never recovered Irom
the shock oi this sudden death
of his wife and of his closest
Iriends, and alter about two
years he too passed away.
Previous to his death, when
informed by his physician that
the end was near, he said, "I
expected this, 1 have never had
a happy day since the Chehalis
disaster. I stood on thc deck
and saw the -big boat drop on us
and found myself, thc next minute, in thc water. 1 saw nothing of the Chehalis, and I
knew that my wife, Chick and
the rest of my friends, must be
all gone.    It was awful."
The case, though brought in
the name of Bryce, was a joint
action for damages on the part
of all who had lost relatives in
thc accident.
ln the first action brought,Mr.
Justice Martin decided in favor
of the C.P.R. The plaintifls
won on appeal belore Chief Justice Hunter, Mr. Justice Irving
and Mr. Justice Clement. It is
this decision that the law lords
have now quashed and by their
decision put an end to all the
plaintifls' hopes in the matter.
1...nls Macnaghten and Collins
and Sir Arthur Wilson heard the
case. For the C.P.R. appeared
Sir Robert Findlay, Mr. Aspin-
wall, K.C., Mr. Dunlop, K.C.,
and Mr. K. V. Bodwell, K.C.,
while Ior the claimants were
Mr. Laing, K.C., Hon. W. J.
Bowser, K.C., and Mr. Joseph
Martin, K.C.
by Seymour creek at extreme
low water. For this purpose
the records oi the B. C. El. Ry*
Co. were used. This company
had at one time contemplated
using this creek for their water-
power system and had accord-
mgly taken systematic guaging.s
oi the creek, distributed over
several years, in order to secure
thoroughly reliable data as to
lhe llow oi water. From these
records it was finally agreed
that the creek would supply
three thousand inches oi water
at its lowest stages.
The  allotting  oi  these  three
thousand inches was tlie cause
oi prolonged debates, in which
North Vancouver lound it necessary to put up a strenuous  and
persistent tight in order  10  secure a fair proportion.    In lacl
Che lirsl draft  did not  provide
for any water whatever lor  the
muiiicipalily on the nortli shore.
Th-c idea prevailed thai Vancouver was destined sooner or later
to attach North Vancouver   tlo
her own corporation, aud that
therciore no separate water supply  was required.    This position, however, was later abandoned, a small and totally disproportionate   allotment  being
entered in the list for North
Vancouver, and it was only  as
the  result  of  prolonged   eliort
that u, basis was anally arrived
at tiiat could be considered equitable from a local standpoint.
The   agreement   as ultimately
adopted made lhc lollowing distribution oi the three thousand
inches:    Vancouver 1400 inches,
North   Vancouver   800   inches,
South    Vancouver   31x1   indies,
Burnaby 250 inches and Kich-
inond 250 inches.     It was lurther agreed  that   these  records
were lo be considered concurrent
so that ii any error had occurred in the estimate of the water
in the creek, each municipality
would be aliected 111 proportion
to its allotment. -^
The iacts concerning the Lynn
creek record, now held by Illicit)- of North Vancouver, are
also interesting. Iu lhe very
early days, the entire llow of
this creek was granted to the
B. C. Mills Timber & Trading
Co., and when application was
made for a record by the district, this fact had to bc faced.
During the course oi the proceedings, it developed that the
original certificate of record held
by the company had been burned
111 the great lire in New Westminster in 1898, and they were
able to produce only an imperfect copy. Under the circum-
jstances a compromise was ellect-
ed whereby North Vancouver
was granted three hundred inches, to rank as a first record on
the creek; a most valuable concession.
Ther mike food beciiM they it \^
made food-with wrenlcee yein ^ ^
f^tical paint-makini mixediolo
them. They cow more, weir hei-
ter IndooM or oul, id lut toiler.
Z~       ,_ rnal of Mint t\aA_-*J I- "*»• " *|H M *"
Pure
IML
Paints
V
mm
V*
Made iilorty colon ior every im mill is pot lo
—ind made to aaliafy.
Maple Leaf Paints ire wld under 1 plan* Eotfliah 61AI-
ANTEE ild oaly by people who caaaol
•(lord   to lell   poor  paints.
arum nana a cum oh
m        U-alst sl Tarasls
4
District of North
Vancouver
A BY LAW
To expropriate lands for hifkmOft m
the District of North Vancouver
\
/
ii
North Vancouver Hardware Co. L°"' K*tm
Canyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
THE FINEST TOURIST RESORT ON THE
B. C. COAST
AUTOMOBILE STACK meets every car at end of Keith
Koad Line, North Vancouver.
Kales li.50 per day and upwards.
P. l.AKSON,
Proprietor.
P. CANCELLOR,
Manager
Thc directors oi the Pythian
Hall Association of this city
will hold a meeting this 'Friday) evening, ior the purpose ol
considering ways and means for
the erection oi a handsome
building on their property, corner of 4th and Chesterfield. A
large number ol shares have recently been sold and the association is in fine shape.
WATER SUPPLY
The   renewed   interest   which
has been uwakened   of  la le,   111
the matter oi  municipal  iv.iin
records has called out many interesting phases ot  the situation, amoiigst other things, tin-
process by which the presenl division of lhe waters oi Seymour
creek between the several municipalities was made.     Thc eity
ol Vancouver wa.s the first municipality to make application
Ior water Irom this creek,  and
their action  was  immediately
followed by the filing of a similar application upon the part ol
the various municipalities interested.    An eflort was made to
secure harmonious action among
these  dilli-rcnt   claimants,   and
several meetings were held   for
this purpose.     At these conferences the city ol Vancouver wns
represented liy Mayor Bethune,
and the district ol Norlli Van
couver—the city of North Vancouver not having yet been  incorporated—by Reeve Kealy,and
the other municipalities by their
respective reeves.
Thc first matter dealt with
was that ol arriving at an
agreement as to the actual number oi inches ol water aflorded
lararaiaraiaiMsiaraisraiaaaiaaiiMrae
for Good Photos '
Lynn Valley Acreage
I^MBMH.^a'S-'a'MBaaB.^MHa-a'aMBHBaaHBMalMaTMaVaaJa^Baaj
Wi' have sew nil acre blocks, close to new
car attention. Por future subdivisions these
Oiinnot be equalled on nortli side of Inlet. Prices
from $47.1 per ncre and good terms.
ALEXANDER SMITH in CO.
Lonsdale Avenue, near Ferry
PboQSS   Oflkt 24 House 22
Car butt
SaKI..««(lo I lliol » Bs«lo«
I lofia. r I w.il.lf 11 »s<SMe>
Prkei reasonable
Results guaranteed
■IMaVafl
The Sixth Annual Exhibition
will In- bcld iii Horticultural Hall
on   Fridty   and  Saturday.   10th
and I Ith of September, I90<>
$750.00 GIVEN IN PRIZES
lor   Fruit--, VafeiaMeS, Flowers, Stock, Gardens, Do*
,msin  Sen...  Lsdiss'  Work,  Children's Work, etc.
Promenade Concert       Children'i Sports       Public Dance
Full deuileil Prize List will be issued in a few dayi
l-'tir Sale. - S. S. Surrey. Tenders ,ue muled by the undersigned, for hull, engines and
boiler of the above sic,unci
Tenders will be accepted lor tin-
engines, boiler and hull separately, or for the whole. All
tenders must be in thc ollice of
the company by noon on the
15th day of August. Highest
or any tender not necessarily accepted.
NORTH   VANCOUVER   CITY
FERRIES,  LTD.
m0********4*****4****4*****f*4* 4*********
NORTH VANCOUVER
i'mil*!* ll I -" sari
I'r.ii.ri.la'i*
STEAM
LAUNDRY
EverylliinK  new  an.l  Of In*.lute.      All classri  ol   laundry
wnik lor hotels, houses, individuali, etc.
PirK class work  liy latest anil best  method-*.     City  and
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DOWN IOWN llllll I*
37 I imsilnle Ave
BE  IT  ENACTED by te
Reeve and Council oi lhe corporation ol lhe dislriel ol North
Vancouver, as lolluws, vi/;
I,    For the purpose ul cst.il.
lushing,   opening,   making   .unl
preserving   a   highway   lo   be
SHOWS as "The Gordon Road,'
the corporation hereby under authority ol the municipal clauses
act and aels amending the same
cnlers upon,  expropriates   and
takes all and sundry ihat tract
or area ot laud thirty three leel
iu linlili, bounded ou the .smith
by  the loresho.:e,  and  on  the
west by the  casl   boundary   ol
district lot  554,  and  lhe  east
boundary oi district lot 783   a-
long which west boundarj' it extends through district lot 775 a
distance ol iyoo leel or thcTeby,
through district lot 1037 a distance oi  230 leet  ox   thereby,
Ihiough district lot 103b a distance ol 1250  leel  or   thereby,
through district lot 1089 a distance, oi 1120  ieel  or   thereby 1
through district lot luyu a distance ol 1300 leet or therein ami
through the suuth-wcsl quarter
ul district lul 1105 a dislaiu'i' ol
b55 leet or thereby, to the north
easii corner ol said district lot
783, all situate iu the district
oi  North  Vancouver  and  province of British Columbia,   and
shown on plan or sketch liled 111
the land registry office   in   Illicit)' ol Vancouver alld numbered
2751.
2.    For the purpose ol establishing,   opuning,   making   and
preserving an extension ol that
ruad which commences al  the
south boundary ui dislriel   lul
1484 and passing south ihruugh
timber limit G to between dislriel lols 1050 and  1051  which
is hereby   named   "The  Fulton
Koad,"   Ihruugh  lu  the  Keilh
road, the corporaiiuu hereby under authority oi the municipal
clauses acl and  acts  amending
the same enters upon, expropriates and lakes, all and singular
that tract ur area ul land sixty-
six leet in width ihruugh   dislriel lol two hundred and llnr-
ty-seiell (137)1 KroUp uiie, in lhe
municipality ol North Vancouver and province oi Brilish Columbia, lhc centre line uf which
trad ul land commences al thc
centre ol the priscnt suulh end
T>1 lhc said Fullon road aud extends due souih  a distance   oi
943 leet or thereby to the nurlh
buundary ui lhe Keith ruad,and
containing    one    43-100   aires
more ur less,
3.    For the purpose ol   improving, straightening and   diverting part ol that road which
leaves lllc Keith road   at    lllc
south boundary  oi district  lot
1047 aud extends westwards  a-
loug  lhe  norlh  boundaries   ol
districts lots 1041 and 104: ami
237 to the east boundary ol district  lot  775,  which is hereby
named   "The Taylor koad," llie
corporation   hereby   under  au-
llioiity ol the municipal clause*,
acl and ads annulling lhe same
enters upon,   UDtOpflatSS   ainl
takes tl'iisli   all  antl  singular
lli.it triangular Had or aici ol |
laud being lhe nurtli it .st   n>>
mi ul Wttkt lot  lo|i measuring   .'(>;■>   leet    along   the   In,Ith
boundary   llureol,  aud  (15  feel
along the west boundary ihere-
ol, and containing uiie-liiih   ol
all acre; and (Second) all   and
singular thai 111.1ngul.it area oi
laud bcUlg lllc south-cast minii
nl district  lul   I0-|9  miasm tug
80 leet ulong the west boundary
thereol, and 330 leet along   the
south bound,nt ihiieiil,and containing lhrce-U1iths ol au ,un,
both which tracts or anas   ol
land are shown colored red on a
plan or .skcttll lilctl in the laud
registry  ollice   in   the   tin    .1
Vancouver and  iiuiiiIhiciI J7S2.
anal in exchange lur lhe trait ur
area oi land second hen mln lore
described ami appiopitiled, authority    is    hereby    giuli    I he
Reeve and Clerk ol the corporation to execute and deliver   to
George   A.   Mi Ham,   ol   Norlh
Vancouver, a deed ol land 1.1 ill
and   singular   thai   ti Lingular
area ol the present road Mfflri
bounded on the west by D. L.
104.' along which it extends So
led to the suulh boundary ol
district lot 1048, and bounded
on the nortli by the said district
lot 1048 along ivhich il extends
330 led and cmilainilig llll 1 e-
tellths oi au acre, all as shewn
colored blue on lhe said plan or
sketch numbered —
4. For the purpose of establishing, opening, making and
preserving a highway lo be
known as "Thc Erwin Road,"
the corporation hereby under aui
thoiily ol the municipal clauses
ad and aels amending lhc same
cnlers upon, expropriates and
lakes all and singular lhat tract
or urea ol land in the muiiicipalily ol North Vancouver, province ol BriUlh Columbia, six-
iv-slx led 111 width, the centre
j 1
line ol nluiii commences   al   a
point on lhc iiui lh side ol the
present travelled road known as
lhc Keilh road, distant 735 lut
111   a   south-easterly   direction
(S   18  degrees  25   minutes  M,)
irom the norlh-east coiner pusl
ol district lot 1240, group one,
district oi Vancouver, ihcncc N
18 degrees 25 minutes W a distance ol -950 leel more or less to
a point and ihenee north bo degrees west  a  distance  ol  620
led more or less lo a poinl  uu
lhe cast buuudary oi dislriel lot
885 ol said group, all as shewn
colured red uu a plan liled   in
the land registry olbce in Vancouver numbered 2750, and con-
laming three filths ol an acre ol
1). L. 582 ol said group, lilty-
Iwo-huudredlhs ul an acre ul Da
L. 583 ui said giuup, aud one
and 13-ioulhs an ib ul district
lul 887 ol said group, aud  one-
liiiiii oi all acre ul li. I.   124U oi
said giuup.
5. Fur lhe purpusc ol establishing, opening, making aud
preserving a highway lo bc
known as the "Allan Ro,,.
lhc corporation hereby under au-
ihorily ol lhc municipal clauses
acl and ads amending the same
enters upon, expropriates and
lakes all aud singular ihal tract
ur area ui land, pari ut dislriel
lot 832, gruup oue, in the district ul Nurlh Vancuuver, pro-
viuce ul British Columbia, tall-
ty-threc icet in width, bouin.c 1
uii the nurth by lhe suulh boundary oi the Ross road, and 011
the west by the west boundary
ol said district lol 832, along
which it extunds 32711 led or
thereby to the souih west corner ol said districi lol 832.
6. This By-law may be cited
ior all purposes as "The Highways Appropriation By-law No.
2, 1909."
Passed by the council ou llie
2nd day ol July, iooy.
Reconsidered and linally adopted, signed by the Reeve and
Clerk and sealed on lhe imh
day ol July, lyo*}.
JNO. Y. McNAUGHT
Kec.-e
ALEX. PHILIP
C.M.C.
sl Al
I'llVi TUTIO.\ VMI
mmm u\i.ni.tN
Mils WAHMlM.lii.V fur suiua *uri
resilient id I'ana aiiil i.uriuaiijr,
has iipeiml a slutlm, 1)4 Upper
Mth Kutit, I.at tli--leai'liiaijof
I'laim, anil tin- Irsuil. aad lier-
tuaii lani|iia|i-s.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that
the partnership heretoluie existing under the MUM ol Snulher-
ingalc t\ Morden, as printers
and publishers, has been dlssolt-
cd, and lhe public will govern
themselves accordingly.
c. B. SMrnii-.kiM..-.i,E
0. 11 MORDEN
B, A MORDEN
North Vaniouver,.Inly 17,141.9
For Fall Planting
lliiil" Irom   tlie   l»,.l   laNfMl and
lai.an pttmS
lloun- pen fruit  ami  nriianii-nUl
. T.iWIi a.||   |1|, 1 1   I* all  lllhlll  ir*
rigaUlim, 111 ili.. nuiv patri ..f tin. Ani.-ri*
I a aiitiiifnt n.al Ot/tmoi with tin- *an
I...I' -iall'.
Qanka, Held an.l t\o*ot§tolo~0o9i
..l-t.-rk   from   th,-l»*.l i<r..tier» in lli.-
-rorld*
II ira 1 eiii'in** an-1 G.it.--
Ipni i'iini|.., FtrulaMfi, He* 8up-
|.li..», Cut Kli.nir.. Spraying Matenaili,
.•tr
While labor oal jf,
N.vt 167 pap 1 'iiiiilunni- fr.-t*.
M. I. HENRY
i;r,..*iili,,.|...«  an,I  Sn-lliiiil-l'S
.lilin IV,..iiniii.t.*r Kua.l, VlMOaWiM
Branch Nursery:  South Vancouver THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
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Uaiih 01 -i ii- kii-ii.'.s :
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Six monthi -       ■       •      JS0
Tliri'l- III..Iall,-        ■ ■ 2n
rtiitp.1 States tnd roralgn.ei.80p. I nan
AliVKKIISIN..   Kill-
Thanmiai'   DliPUl    Ai.uiui.iv
su centi i«*r Inch * ich Insertion,
Luii.ik Ni.ru a -  I a      |1 00 I* i Inch pi r
lliaalltll.
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Lnui lm i ii. inu   I i*i Insertion, IU
cent, por Ilm   ..a.l. sub* ipieni Inter
Uon, in-, par Una,
RUMKl    N  • I ta M   11    l.aa,  11     Nl.n*   Col'
I MS' IU .'.'III-  |'**r alia.*...I* la ill
IVtlHll    I .I'*'       a    , a- K.U.-       IIP
ran.;.**! n coniitig lu ipm ,* liken,
Allt'liaDH-esiiii-oiitrael advertisements
niii.t I... in ili.* Iiaudi .ai tin priiuiar bj
Wi.iliii—l.i} .'laiuia.'i >un ,* ib i* ution
in tin* unt Iiiue.
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,*V»1irJi-'
Nokiii Vancouvi k, Ai
1909
PLANS nh Sl UMV1S10N
An Important developmenl
has recentl)   taken place,  tela
live to tin  |a,ttils ustul   III   I
municipal council lo inn *> lo
approve plans ul subdivision (oi
regisllallnil.
Tlu mi nun ni port ol I). L*
1511 and ol blocki \b and , I)
I. a, iiuiiii) applied to Iiinn
abj municipal council   loi   ap
plol.il  ol  a  plan ol  sllliilli Islnii
sn.ui mg ilu properl) divided lu
to ,v toot I"'*'* iin' council le
in.-tii to approvi tin plane on
ih. ground tli a wen
too sm.111 ..ii.i intimated Unit
ili.t would imi 01 prepared tu
approvi   .1  plan .,  lots
sill,lllll     I li .111   nlli    ajll.ll HI    i.l   all
acre each.
Ins owneri, Uiruugh Uu u to
lkitms, appealed lu Uu govern
.a general in council, under sub
siiiinii in.., ..i lection im,
ihaptei ../, *" .in i.iiiu ngi.siit
amendment acl, 1908, uluui
reads as lollows; "ln Uu
oi aii) dikpuit arising between
Ule muiii  oi a slluill, lilt il   pro
peri) and lilt municipal council,
a> lo tin approval ul 1 ceriUieu
plan a.i ... ij lit ..sinii, ilu
lieutenant govcruoi  in council
in.1) .     11 • ' . to, and iln ni
llliiatl     ,l|    till     Sill  ,1   ia,,     n,  HU.,,,
lllal llit j . . upmi
appeal, been approved 1.) ilu
lieutenant govern. 1 m council,
siiaii be accepted .1., sulhclcul In
llie liglsll.il.
1 tto applications «ui beard
iu ihis instance, and i*..iii wen
dismissed, lbi  letter Iroui
lurveyoi gun ral lu llu mumci*
ji.il clerk atlusiiig lum io   uu*
illul, leading , ,       "1
In'* 1- lilt honor lo iniuuii )oii
that .uui .1 ci nml considera
lion ol i..t (acta in iln abovi
laSCS,   Ull    1 Uilllltl   ,'llUll .
led 1... i.uise Imlil applicu
Hulls lol  approval ol  llu  J*I.ill*
lal    U.a
tm properties."
So lu .. * ...    -a, 11 , * * rtain
ul, tin c.iuiiii.i count il i*
1 li iui ni m iiu 1...
,   llllllll  hli  In   llll   .11 l|.,||  lij,
nil    ll.'    ■    I ..      .11    III,
above letter,
I'lll     I.a.111. I     1      ..',.      ,   a]
gicii inti real bul *.i  bu
j....i.;.. rapid
dl >. in)'IIH III   Whilll   I *   llnil    ,'*l ll
iiig 111 throughout lbi pro\ ince,
is uu.nn i,, result 11 .1 it.i.lt
,ult,iim iu I.unl values unit ,1
com ip uding  luiilijii)   to   11
llllll      ill.        IK 0|     I.lll.I     Ila,Mill
llus will In eipeciallj um with
1. peel ia* tin.si lm..lm. . Ijing
adjacini to thi   .nn    an 1   thi
l.iigu loams,   i.u righl *
I.md owner, lu am u]
I*. 11', Into loti "i   m 11 an
he in.1) di 1 in 1 ipedii in and thi
right ni ilu iiuiiii.ipalitj ti
sill iimi.  or I lml iif tin
.llll.       III.lllll      ..la       a  aa||,I'll   I.lli"II
iiiiiili .liin.iii'i a 1; *, .iit,ution
Jin .1 lights oiiglii  a, it,unit  la,
bt ile,11 it defined or else they
uill prove a prolifii 1 ourw ol
conti ution and mayhap oi long-
drawn out and expensive llUga
lion,
li uill be admitted  without
Miiniis tuiitiiiii'isy,   that   land
owneri are likelj to be ahead ul
a ouirementi rather than be-
lund tin in hi llu mailer ol putting on small lized luls in anj
growing locality, and at the
■an.1 iiiui 11 mil l.c recognized
,is desirable lhat lhe municipal
, a,mu iU should in accorded llu
ngiu io exercise judicious control oi this matter, within pro
pei bounds; but at the laiui
lime, U is 1I1II11 all tu see Iimt.
in tlic lasi an,il) sis, propertj
a.ttiiiis cm In prevented  Irom
idling thei] propertj ia lols ol
.un   .,1/1  which  Uu)   iu.i)   bc
[.I.., .ul lo oiler ainl ulildi   lliti
public ma) see iii lo buy. Recourse ma) alwayi be had to
Uu expedient ol selling by metei
.ui.1 bounds, should such be
.a,un.l necessary, and in thii cast
the description! would oi usees-
dtj be a great ileal longer  .mil
uu,u complicated than il the
.ui. iu,uh nmu a registered plan, ninii ilu- work oi Uu
land registrj ollice would be
greatlj increased ta keeping records ol title.
llu- matter is one uuh which
N'orih Vancouver district council has all cul) had smiii'ii hat
Ui du, l.iii thus lar 11 has nol
been uecesiarj m call into n
ipiiailioa lhe clause oi ilie itat-
utis in tt iiuii reference is made
above, In (act tl appeals that
ihis appeal lollowing the action
ol Uu Burnabj council,  is the
lint    inst,nue    ill    iiliiili     llus
clause ol lhe laa has been called into play,
'-"it ihai iiii attention oi
land on ims has been ipeclbcal-
Ij iiunii.I in Un real import <.i
the t I.ui'*. aud to its possible
enii is, untile developments in
ilns particular may prove oi
internet.
KDlTiiKIAI.   COMMKNl
The -iiu.ui.ai uuh relerence
to waterfront propertj valua
along tin local line oi itirvej ..1
iiu v. ti, \ V. railway, has
,". 11 greatlj improved because
ui the amendment lu ilu rail
waj act, ilu mil text 1.1 which
ttas published III last tuck's issue oi The Expreu.     The lact
lll.it  there lias a pm.sibilili    ol
the railwaj companj expropri
sting this valuable propertj ai
obtaining    when    their
plana wen tiled, 1 number oi
yean ag.>, had always 1 idled 1
deprecialive influence upon the
prices which North  Vancouvei
ur nUgi   tmild   emu
luaii.l ui ilu market, .md a mon
pronounced besitani j on
iln pait oi proipectlve buyiis
Nun,  boWl ttt,    that    lhe    1"' 1
tion ..i Judge Uaface, chairman
oi tin railwaj commission has
lm 11 confirmed and made  la*,
lllis silllall.ill   il  lllllll ll   h In I
1.1 .rn.I local wati 1111.111 lota an
1 \u ili ni buying ,u current prlc-
1 a. .uu.ii.liuiui in iiu rail
11.1)   a. 1     tales  illsllinlli    tli.il
tin price ol the L.ts, in ci .   ol
. -.pmpii.iliuli, shall lie ill.   |'i ice
al ihe date at whiil> tin imu
uny actually acquirei Ihem,
and const'|ii.'iiili a lum 1 is ai
sund ihai in anj case, he will
1..1 lit    Iln    lull    I.. 11. lil   ol alii
ippreciation thai mat take
ilace in iiu ia-..il., 1 \.tIm ,,f his
property.
The sum 11 ol eight candidal
. iiniii the local publii nhooli
ling ihe eiiiiaiiu examln
itlulls la*;  llie high stlu.nl l.lings
again iuiu prominence lhe greal
ibilitj "i tin 1 ■lulilishincnt
"I      Mill     llll     lllstilllti.,11     ill     lilts
a iii.     Daring tin paal iesi i"ii
1 In 11      in 11      ..ilm      tuellll  III..
itudenta Irom North Vancouver
9»9a0a0a0a*a*t*a*a*a0a  ••••••••••••••••••t«l«
! A Lot on 14th St.!
Tht   Sherwin-Williams   Paints   Cover   iht    Earth
(CLOSE TO LONSDALE
FACING SOI'HI
With 2 Room Mou.se, $820
$500 Cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months
ELDER   MURRAY   CO.
I'm.\u :I7, Nauru Vi-jim-vm Phoai MM, Vani-ui'visb *
(*a."..".a*aa*a.|..*.ajaa"aa*aa'aa*a**aa'.a'aa'a.'aa*a«*aa'aa^
THE LONSDALE TIIAKM.IC)
ST.ITS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   TRICES ....
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US .1   TRIAL   ON   YOUR
NEXT ORDER. PHONE if
/'. S.   THOMAS. Thn. /-'.
DRUGGIST
SCREEN DOORS and
WINDOWS
^^<.<.^.:m>.;..;..;..:.«:«>»:*»;»«:»:":«»;«> *+++++++++++
'i".".".".".'
iu attend,uui at the Vancouver
high school.    It is undentood
that theie ale others residing
lure who ale qualified to lake
up high stho-il work, and there
Is BO dottbt    IU l.ul   ll  hU been
intimated to some of our ati-
/uis individually—that then an
i.iiiiilits thai would remove to
ihis ciiy ii ere ii iiiii lor the ab
suiu' ol high sihool lacllilles.
There is Iherelon everj reason
to com hiile that could tiie board
oi sihool trustees arrange to establish a high ichool, ilu numbs  ui sitiiicius in attendance
Imm the stall wmilil I.e highlj
saiisi.uinit. The immense
value—in tact tha Imperative
Uecessitj ol keeping altogethei
abreast oi local requirements is
the matter ol eiluciliunal in
intu.ns and laiiiliiiis, nulls in.
argument la ita lavor, but is
patent to everv Intelligent cu.
/.en who gives the mallei' serious
consideration.
Secretary W. Booth, ol the
committee lormed with relerenci
io the formation ol s  brasi
Land in ilu* dtj, has received
quotation! on instruments from
Toronto, and these will be iub I
milled to a meeting to be held
in ihe lirehall mi Monday evening, All thiise interested In the
movement are invited to attend.
.1. lii
111
.Vain ii/in-rimr
———————————m1
all kin,I*- ul.Miiu-ii.ii anil Antique l-'iirni*
tdre, Store, Officii Bank an.l liar Kix-
i r*■    l;.*|.,iii iii|[ iii all III l.riiinlii'R.
ITS Ti.lr.ISl.tt'.. Ilet. 1 lil-aliTlkiit «l..| I.. > 11 ■>, I ra 10
..).|....ii. Muni
ll III ORDEHRgWlD |irnni|.t attention
AT    REDUCED
I'h'ICES
^     Ws havi ■ lull
S"^ stock of the- above
K and we are anxious
^J to dispose nl it be*
^l fun tin* hot season
K is ovt r and if you
uJ an* in seed ol a'uit-
Wt thing iii tins line
$ it will be to your
j^-j advantage-   to see
_t us at once.
COMB
IN
ANH
SEE
US
ANYWAY
Paine  <& McMillan
1 he Pioneer Hardware
Preserving
fruits
1)1 all kinds are now l>c-
ing received,
Bu* i .oil to ensure ,i supply.
Iiest makes o(
PRESERVING
SEALERS
.nul   accessories    always   in
stock.
All Inns ni groceriei toi tns
|. *■! I.iniilt  trsdt at   tight
pri© -*.
C.R.MCktUN
Lonsdale Ave sn'd 8th *i
AAAAA
Tht    Shertttn-W il/iams   Paints    Cover   iht    Earth
«^igmnnimMnrmmi.r.vmMM«aBaMMaHamMBHHHM.nHHm.fl.HMa.^
PIONEER DRY GOODS, |
Gent' Furnishing; and Fancy •
Store.  Cor. 2nd& Lonsdale   «
!
__!
Light
Underwear
to clear
One week'i ink of all Summer Underwear will dear our entire stock
Sample* ca m In lhe window
.ii- better still, coma In nnd exam-
in * ii, uml i \ iuee yoursell lhat il
ii ilm -anu. you Imii- alu'iiy- paid
.'.i, 65, ninl 73 c 'ni- for.
The window card Miyi 37Jc each
Boys' and Children's Straws
to be cleared oul at 15
cents eich
|——I t*tn«Hnw*wfnwii*'^*>»a^'wl-»'
CUMMINGS
Furni.hinRi,        Men'i.   Lsdin', and
Children   Boots ind Slims.
NEXT T() BURNS' HEAT MARKET
SHAW'S
Specials
For SATURDAY and NEXT WEEK
LADIES' DEPT.
II. .uiiiliil Ait Muslin	
11, .uu.lui Art Sateen 	
\U uu h Ribbon, all culm-.
Iliuli Grids ConeM	
Silk .uui Lisle dim. s	
 ljc per yard
 loc
  i yards lor 15c
values Irom J4 00,  At Cost
 at Cost
GENTLEMEN'S DEPT. •
Shirts Iron    50c 9
Sochi, iron,.,, 3pairs fur 2jc t
Ths best Lesther Glove ou lhe mirket at fi.oo J
\u 1 Hifh-Gridi Biinki t-,, hi »p. •
I
DR1-SSMAKINC. DN THB l'k 1CMIS1CS J
IBEDTIME
sll UUR
iMNinm
i
Brass Bedsteads      Iron Bedsteads
I'-vS'ili* - )n«l rcii'ii.'il .Iir..! 11.111 In. |. rt 111 llie ea.t.    Tl.t-t Ml
.lan.lii*. nl |.n. .*. tlmt can't bl l*f..l
,1-1 ja.r ,.iir It.- nre   I**, i.i. d-r llu* Kiuiiiaiis
All Cotton lelt   M.itiu-ss       llisiniiiic Mattress
\\v |ln liitv.- ;i imihiUt '"(
Seagrass and Rattan Chairs
suitiil,It- iaar V.-ran.Is ..r l.ivin-i II...in
(asm ok (Ki uii hmi inn mini
mi: muiii iwiii m innn: n misuis tutu.
Specials
CAPILANO ACRBAGH
ki seres sl |ioo per sere,    CIobi to ma hotsl
lim lluni cish, l.,il,iiiie 6 sad 11 inmillis
Two l.nTS on 1 uli BTEBBT
50 by 14?.    All th,unl.   S|iH,e.iih.   Om■ ipi.irtrr
i.ish, ii.ii.iiue 6 and u months.
Two l.nTS CL08B TO WATBEFROHT
each,   $'i" t.ish*   Haliitite in S, i.' and  in
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Pbans 7" THI EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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KAMLOOPS
The well known ranch of Sain
Armour, situated on the east
side oi the North Thompson
river, about ten miles irom this
city, was bought this week by
C. F. Paul, a niillionare mill
owner from England. lt will
be operated by his son B. W.
Paul, who has been residing in
this district for several months.
CRANBROOK
Tht- city will expend $10,000
ou street improvciucnls this
summer.
The C.P.R. bridge crew arrived here recently tu begiu the
steel work of the new bridge ior
thai company, across the Kootenay river.
Buildings aggregating at least
$250,000 will be erected iu tins
city during the present season.
They include a school building
to cost $60,000, a bank building
$28,000, a Masonic temple, f 10,-
000, and C.P.R. round houses,
$100,000.
cubic yard, laid duwn at the
city wharf.
The railway commission will
be asked to adjudicate with respect to the E.N. railway bridge
upun the righl of pedestrians
and vehicles to the use oi the
structure, and also upon the
right oi vessels to exact prompt
serviee as to thc opening oi the
draw when required.
The sum of $5000 will bc spent
upon each of thc Victoria and
Pachena wireless stations, in
increasing their capacity, by Un
installation of more powerful
machinery, This will place the
two stations in direct coiimiuui-
cation with each oilier and will
be the lirst step towards undertaking commercial work un the
part of the federal government.
LOCAL NEWS 1TEM£
NELSON
A fund of $6000 has been
raised by public subscription
for advertising the city.
Muir Wilson, of Shellield,England, one of Joseph Chamberlain's leading supporters ou tar-
rifl relorm is at present in the
city.
Increased activity is evidenced
in the Sheep creek district, a
number ol new claims having
lieen staked there and recorded
during the past week.
Plans for lhe new V.M.C.A.
building which will stand at the
corner oi Victoria and Stanley
streets, have been approved. Thje
building will be one of thc finest
in thei city.
Count de Fred de Ballicncourt
Courcol, Count de Cliantmerle
de Viktte and Count de Ferond
de Mauveiin of Paris, who are
interested in the Camp Mansfield properties at thc head ol
the south lork of Kaslo creek,
are in the city fur the purpose
of informing themselves as to
mining eoiiditions throughout
the province,
NEW WESTMINSTER
The contract has been let .'or
the construction ol .1 Ucw steamer lor the up river run, by ihe
Royal City Navigation Co.
Work on the new Lulu isiai.d
bridge proceeds steadily. I' is
expected that the structure will
be ready for use in about two
months.
Arrangements are well in hand
for the monster celebration iu
lie held here on Labor dav, Sep
t-oaber 6th hy the trades and labor councils ol this city a-ul ol
Vancouver.
It is announced on good authority that within a lew days,
a grain elevator company will
be organized in this city, with
a capital of $500,000.
The following are the amounts
linally decided upon lor the new
money bylaws; Waterworks
$234,000 and $104,000 lor street
improvement, including $54,1-01.
lor paving and lighting Colum
bia street.
The city has been uolilied tliat
woik on the C04u1ll.un dam
will have lo be discontinued until lhe lm mal consent ol the di *
partuieut ol lhc interior, to proceed therewith, has been received. Vancouver Power Company has accordingly stopped
work on thc dam.
VICTORIA
The corner stone ol Uu- new
woman's building at the ugn-
. ul 1 in.11 lair grounds was laid
mi Thursday by Mrs. Duiisniuu
The death occurred this week
oi Cavin Hamilton, age 74, a
Hudson's Bay employee oi the
early days, and oue ol the pioneer old timers ol the proviinc.
Preparations are being made
by R. M. Palmer, deputy minister ol agriculture, to send an
exhibit of British Columbia products to the Canadian national
exposition at Toronto, and also
to Ottawa.
The city touncil has Id the
contract ior supplying the city
with a minimum ol 50,000 yardi
ot crushed uuk, irom thc quar
Mrs. C. A. Hasivcll went to
Boweu island this week Iur an
outing oi some weeks.
Miss Emily Kennedy, ol New
Westminster, is visiting Mrs.A.
G. and the Misses Perry.
A, F. and Mrs. Beasley and
lamily have gone to Ruberl's
creek for their annual outing.
C. F. and Airs. Jacksun and
iamily returned this week irom
holidaying at Duncan's, V. I.
T. H. Seabrooke and family,
ol Vancouver, is occupying A.F.
Bcasley's house. Ior a short ume
Ed. Entwistle, who was the
victim of thc accident last week
at the local sub-station, is able
lo be arouud again.
Johu aud Mrs. Matheson, ol
Langley, who were visiting A.
G. and Mrs. Perry this week,returned home this morning.
Captain Spicer, oi the steamer North Vancouver, removed
his iamily to this city lliis week
and is residing on isl street
west.
Harry Shepherd, wilh his
mother aud other members ol
the family, arrived in the city
tins week from Portland and
will reside here.
Roy C. Reddiug, chief clerk al
Paine Ut McMillan's, has removed his iamily from Vancouver to the corner of 17th street
and Lonsdale avenue.
The Wallace shipyards launched a scow this weuk, which is
the largest on the Inlet. Another was immediately started.
The clearing (or the new boiler works ot Jenkins, MiDougall,
Ltd., is proceeding. The site is
on the waterfront at llie foot ol
St. Patrick's avenue.
E. C. Wilson and iamily have
removed from Nelson street,
Vancouver, and arc residing at
the corner ol Chesterfield avenue aud 1st street, Mr. Wilson
is manager ior the Anient.in
Typeloundcrs Co., at Vancouver
The dominion fishery cruisei,
Kestrel, is ou the ways at the
Wallace shipyards, undergoing
extensive alterations, wliiili will
keep her on the nays Ior a considerable iinie. The improvements necessitate taking the
stern out aud rebuilding it.
An assay ol the black sand
lound on Seymour creek, has
been received by the owners ol
the claims, showing from sixty
to eighty dollars 111 gold. An
American syndicate has made
an iillei to instal mat hum 1
lhat would cost about $50,000,
and to work the property on a
basis oi 51 and 49 pei cent. The
ollei has not yet been accepted.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
The Bishop oi New Weslinins
ter, Bishop Dart, ulhciated at
tbe ollice oi dedication ol the
special gilts to this church on
Sunday morning last, More a
large congregation. His lord*
.ship was attended be tha Venerable Archdeacon PcnUwiih
The ceremony consisted of the
blessing and dulitatioll of the
allar, the altar cross, the lectern and the pulpit, all ol nlmli
are special gills to lhe embellishment of this .In.ml iiul building. Alter I s|Htl,il serine lit
which the inusnal pall WU mil
rendered by the iluni, his lord
ship preached a line sermon, in
which he congratulated lhe
churchlolk ol Norlh Vantoliiii
on the sun ess ol llieir cllurts. A
choral cclcliiali'.n "i the holv
communion followed. In the
evening another large coofngl
tion listened to another heauti-
iul  service,   Archdeacon  Pcnt-
ry al Esi-ui.ii,*lt at $.1.80   per |rcath being the preacher.
Would You Like to Know Why
People Are Buying Sites for
Summer Homes at
wriiTtcLirr
lieing lml twelve miles fnun Knglish Hay Pier to wharves .it Wliite Cliff and within onu hour's
ride by launch.
White Cliff is on lhe sea, hence salt water bathing—a noticeable absence of inosi|uitos—a port
invigorating, and salt-laden atnioi|>here which lends a tone to the system.
There are two natural harbors: Fisherman's Cove and Horseshoe Hay; which nets as entrances to
the property.   They also provide excellent sea bathing and fishing.
White Cliff has been chosen as tlie location for lhc Summer School which il destined to be one of
the greatest educational institutions on the Pacific Coast.
White Cliff is just far enough removed from the busy bustle of (irealer Vancouver to give mother
nature an opportunity to claim all the time and attention ot the resident.
White Cliff is the gem of Howe Sound.   It is unsurpassed iu scenic wealth.
Tin-re an- several miles of beautiful trails, vales and dells throughout the property.
'Iln- men behind White Cliff have I fixed purpose regarding this property. Tlu-yare men whose
reputii'iiiii itanant this statement that all plans will be carried to (•ompletion, and will make Whits
Cliff one nt the most beautiful -uiiimer resorts on the Pacific Coast.
A -urviv has already been completed to the property hy the V.W. & Y. Railway, while charters
issn.il recently to local syndicates set forth thc fact thatelectric tramways are being constructed along
tlm Norih Shore.
All regular boats call at the wharves of White Cliff, conse.|uently the residents are to have the
very best of shipping and transportation facilities.
The lots are on sale at low prices and on easy termi.
Call at this ollice for full particulars.   Those at a distance should send in their names at once for
a copy of tho beautiful booklet now in OOUM of preparation "Picturci<|iic White Clifl.''
The West Shore & Northern Land Co.,
LIMITED
ALBERT WHYTE, General Agent
23 IMPERIAL BLOCK,  SEYMOUR STREET.   VANCOUVER, B, C.
PHONE 3330 TIIE KXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
District of North Vancouver
NOTICE OF TAX SALE
NOTICK || lic-rat-v i!i.«n tb.it Iit tirius ll llio Municipal Cl.itisin Aft ami A dl
amending thn nmmd bj luthoritv ol thc Council ol tha Dlitriet of North \an*
otnvir oi Wediwdiy, the 1st di) a.i Biptembir, 1MB, il 1 o cMok p.m., within
Uie Dlltricl Monlclpal Office, Esplanade, North V.i.i.uiutr, I mil cell by pub
Miction the landa hereinafter durrlbed to ricover tht tuel delinqlont In rMpecl
thireof »nd interest an.l celts all 11 iei lorth tippoilte the deicrlptlonii of mii
Midi respectively, II the tmounl ol inch tui
paid. tin*
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3 A. Dilton Nye
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Given under my hand at North Vancouver this 5th day oi August,
ALEX.  PHILIP,
COLLECTOR
Ther make sjood becim (hljr'i
mide i ood -wilh k viol ten rears'
practical piial-aiklii mlie-d inlo
then. Ther rover more, weir better Indoors or oil, lid lul loader.
Hiinre lhe coil ol pilit __-hj Ihi lim It will lul lid
reill> be paiat—aad roe will M im sttmj't (ill worth Is
Pure
iML
Paints
ii
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Hide la fort! colon lor tttn tm neill Is wl IH
—ui asde to Hilar*
HapleUalPilibi" lold nder • plain Isf-k OUAI-
■UiTEEisd oalr br people who cimoI
aQord   lo sell   poor   palala.
V -
■ma Tiara a <xua oa
A
JOB PRINTING
r
IF ymi are inimeil of any Lodgn
Stationery, siioli as By-Law a
Lettar Meads, Knvilo|iei, etc., or
if you require Billheads, Statements, Programmes, Invitation!,
Wedding diliinets, Pamphlets,
Bookli'ts, Hi'i-('i]itB, Posters,
Dodftra, Menus, or anything in
the |)rinting line, send your order
in to this ollice. The work will
In- first-class and the prices will
right.
THE EXPRESS THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C,
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IMPORTANT  NOTICE  TO OWNERS  AND  INTENDING  PURCHASER*  OE
North Vancouver Properties
•i
I.
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Cleared City Lot*
For Sale at I ii »1 Cost
The few remaining lots in block 52, D. I.. 550, on 14th, 15th
street and Ridgway avenue, being one block west of (Jueensbury
park.
Inside lots 1500 to $535 each.    Corners Jboo each.
Size ol insidi lots 50 by 156 feet each. Corners 60 hy 15(1
leet each.
These lots are particularly well situated, 15th street being
already cleared and graded to its (ull width, and lots of similar size ia that vicinity now selling for J700 to J800 each.
Thi lots above mentioned ire genuine snaps,
For Sale
•i*
Intouding purchasers ef choice acreage west of die CapilaiO
or ia any other part id lhe District will prolit gieatly bj lon-
lulting our large and ix'iusivc list before negoiiuing ior purchase elsewhere.
This being the foiulii \cir uf our establishment in business
ia North Vancouver we are thoroughly posted as to the various
properties that may be offered for sale and their values.
We ure the sales agenls for a number of estates in North
Vancouver city and district aud have a very good list oi pro*
pertiti lor sale at prices which were prevailing in 1907 and 1908
during the period oi financial depression, and as we are nou ip
parently on the eve of a period of great prosperity wc considci
the present time very opportune for investors to make a selu-
tion of North Vancouver property beiore the greater jn-t unl ul
activity sets in.
Capilano Acreage and City Lands Wanted
Well lituated ciiy lols, blocks aud acreage, and well silual-
ed close in acreuge in the district, particularly wesl oi llie Capilano, and willnu oue mile ol the watciTlont. Wc ban .1 l.ugc
list ol clients, and spcu.il lacilitics ior negotiating sales ulieic
the prices are right. Wl advertise your property ivilhuul cosl
to you il you give us the sole agency lor a reaaoaabli period
ol time. Uur past records demonstrate our .successlul methods
in negotiating sales, and ne propose greatly exlended opera-
tioni and a large expenditure along strictly modeiu Hues ol ad-
virtiiing.
We have representatives in several advantageous parts 111
Canada, United Slates and Greal llniaiu.
It will pay you to list with us lor quick sale il you have any
property to oiler,
ESTATES  MANAGED
Nou-resident owners ol property in Norlh Vancouver who
are unable to give personal supervision to the management ol
their estates are requested lo correspond wilh us, being the oldest duly incorporated Company willi its headquarters in North
Vancouver, and being linaneially responsible 111 ever) feepect,
we can give llie .best assurances possible thai business will bc
conducted along lines as accurately and surely as any banking
establishment throughout the country.
FOR RENT „
We have a good list of collages aud houses for rent iu choice
localities in lhe city ol .Will Vancouver, and shall be pleased
to show any ol them to intending scalers,
Uuilders oi houses in North Vancouver will do well to look
over our list ol choice lots aud blocks suitable lor building purposes.
:
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
,1  1   t   la     i.     I„_.l.    ,'  •   a ...   .c. - .... I   ... . ..... .. .-.-.*
(Incorporated A.D. 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with duel place of Imsiness 111 .N
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver. B.C.,
Telephone 15
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The current issue of the 11. C.
Gasette records the appointment
oi 57 additional commissioners
for taking affidavits under the
elections act, 53 of whom arc in
lhe city ol Vancouver, two in
Coiiiox district, and one each in
Okaiiagan and Cariboo districts.
Walter T. Hanes, of Ferine,
and W. 11. D. Haig-Smellie, of
Procter, arc appointed justices
ol the peace. J. J, Home is to
be a convict in the Kamloops
gaol.
The hunting and killing of elk
and wapiti, in Columbia, Cr.ui-
brook and Kernie district*, and
in certain parts of Vancouver
Island, is prohibited until August ji, 1911, and August 31,
1914, respectively. Moose hunting south ol lhe 52nd parallel,
excepting in Columbia district,
is prohibited until August list,
1911. The reslrulinns mi dink
ami snipe* shooting on Vaiicuiiver Island are removed from
October 1, 1909, to February :H,
lulu; and oil pheasant, quail ami
grouse, except Ior the S.i.iniili
municipalities, irom October 1st
io Dscsmbsr iut, 1909.
The iMiivie-Kiiclldale Co-operative Association, Limited, of
Moyic, merchants, and Walter
Richardson, conlectioncr, of Nanaimo, have assigned Ior the
benefit of their creditors.
The lollowing extra-provincial
companies arc licunsed: Hritish
Columbia Fruit Lands, Limited,
and Chandler & Fisher, Limited
The lollowing extra-provincial
companies are registered: Fort
Steele Mining & Smelling Company, Limited, and White Stilting Machine Company.
The lollowing new companies
are incorporated; Atkins Company, Limited, hardware, capital pto-OOO; Buckley-Wilcox Lumber Company, Limited, capital
51511,000; Goodcvc Bros., Ltd.,
druggists, Rossland, capital
$10,000; Kelly-Marpolt- Canning
Company, Limited, capital PjO,**
000; Natural Resources Security
Company, Limited, real estate,
etc., capital $5000,
Alired C. Loiigbournc al Kamloops, is applying for a \i.iut
record of thirty cubic leet from
Loiigbournc lake, Ior irrigation
and domestic purposes.
CHURCH SIvRVlCliS '
St. John the Evangelist, ;th
and 13th streets:—
Holy communion 8 am.;
morning prayer 11 a.m., culling prayer 7.30 p.m. Uu the
lirst Sunday in the month then
will be a second celebration ol
lhe holy communion al 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
Services at Sl. Clement's ball
Lynn Valley: Morning pi ait,
II a.m.; evening prater 7 p.m.
l'riest-in-iharge: Kei. 11. II.
Gillies.
St.  Andrew's   Presbyterian
church, bill street:—
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.1"
p.m. Sunday stliool 1,30 p.m.
Service ai Koodjrvilli ichool at
7.30 p.m. I'rayer meeting aa
Wednesday at 8 o'clock. Past
or;    Rev. .1. I). C.1II.1111, .tl A.
Methodist church, como   |ib
and Sl. George's aiiiinc.-
Scrviees at 11 a.m. and 7.311
p.m.    Sunday siln.nl I.Jo p.m.
Sunday school st Moodyville .11
11 a.m.    Prayer meeting Wed
iisdav »i **3" p.m.     Pastor:
Rev. B. 11. Baldeistnii, H.A
Lynn Valley Iusliuilc Hall:
Services every Sund,11   mm 11
illg al 11, and evening al 7 p.m.
North Vaniouver Ciilmlu  In
diaii Mission:—
Sunday  Sen it is   .Mass .it   0
a.m. Sunday Khool at J.Jo p.m.
Biiiciliititm al 1 p.m.    Pasim
Rev. K. l'eyl.ivin, 0.M.I.V.G,
Baptist Church, cor. jth ami
St. George:—
Sabballi mIiooI at 2 p.m. Services at 3 p.m. and al J.*f) p.m.
BUCCE88 OP A
UKI.L-KNOWN INSTITUTION
Knval Standard proves 1 winner.
Ven   inii'tcsting   Indeed sn
the letters lueiiid I.i  the Vancouver .Milling and Grain   Co.,
Ltd., irom llli.su llllo hale Inin
so fortunate as to secure coupons entitling Um lml.Uis to ilie
splendid prim ollered by ihis
company to Introdacc their il.au
Beginning uilli last January,
len iiutiil.iis hate i.nti diaitti
every month, and 111 dillereiit
parts 1,1 iln* pint uin* ih, nm
Hers hale been made ll.ippl    It
receiving 1 beautiful 109 piece
dinner sei. That tin prim have
been appreciated tan be teamed
irom the letters, extracts Irom
a leu ol llllllll arc lure gilt 11
Mrs. D. C. Coaklet, ol Roas-
land, a tiiiuit 1 in January,
stales, "i it,is advised by a
Irieiid lo try Royal Stall
Flour. 1 imd 11 an excellent
bread Bow, .m.l mil recommend
il lo all 1111 lilt mis as smli."
W. ll. Heighten, ol  Mission
Citj   Willis       'Win*   tint,'    no
premiums offered uuh thc Bom.
1 llnllld mil Use anj  other llnlll,
lor ne IiiiiI 11 makes light,white,
sin-el bread, iccoad to none."
Another enthusiastic ascr,MrB,
Alilleti, w|i Courtaej itreet,
Victoria, tvritei "I have madi
lu 1.nl lor iiunii five 11.ns, .mil
hate iimi even Bom ia ilus
lan dominion, I.m Royal Standard li>.it * iiinn .ill
Tills.   liMUllnlll.ils   prOVI    III.
ti.mii ..I Royal si.unl.u.l limn
llll' llnlll   nl   .|||.i llnl   ,|ll.illll
Among the .lime 11 nun is .in
G. A. Keating, Rfftslaml, B.C .
Airs. .u. .iiiilul, Victoria, B 1
Tims, l'ntil.i, l'i nue Rupert, B
Ca, Alts. Jas. Nelson, Ladders,
I).  Matheson,  Vancouver, Ahs
W    Pops, Nut  Westminster,
11. A. Powell, '.ilm 1*: toppiug
at lhe home nl his alMt, Al.nl.11.1
Humphreys, Im. ng 1 lij ,1,
rived iinin 1,..niinii. Knglsnd.hai
■scared ,1 studio in O'Brien hall,
\ .1111.>ii\it, where It- aril!   be
i"iui'l mi 1.111.1 s. pti II l.i I I.
The 11. C,  I'.I. Kv. I'.,.  1.
gang ni inin .it -uuk, building
.1 iin..' along iin edge ol thi
iliil ai 1 ipilano Canyon, near
Canyon Vise Hotel, D. L. 5.11
where iln* companj nuns a park
reserve.
Roy Wlm1.1   MM a.l 1 \ Aid 1
uian Prank Wheeler, C.P.R, n
ii'ring igent, was la town mi
Monday, on his way lo ,-jcattli.
NORTH VANCOUVER..CITY
Facts are its Argument
A Inlltlli ol Bun.11.1 lnlcl lias
developed l.y the Canadian I'.u 1
iit railway, with result <. 1 huge
customs leieiuie lu Canada, 1 hi
il.illnll.il gniel mucin mill assists im.uui.illi development ol
ilie remaining grcatei p.m ol
iln harbor.
The until .m.i nucleus i.l
gu,iiii liiut.ii.i is North Van-
...mu City,
Twenty   miles tvaterironiugi
.11,ill.tide lor llliltlslll. •*, shipping and I.illro,ul !
l'i lit st sh lu Jllsl |a*,uj;|il up
In iltl lu hasten 1 Hi, nni and
IIU leased  sel I It c.
Tun I.illlu.uis In  N.illh   \ ,ui
,..uu 1 authorised bj Canadi in
|i.iill.iltiellt.
Call.ull.Ml I'.nil.ilil, 111  h.i*. ml
. al   itQ   1. ',   .ll    n   Sla, |.     a   |„  I
im bridging ilu Inlei .nul ....
iiuiiiig North \.uu..in.1 aith
Vsncouver.
Railroad'i bridgi plaai 11.
approved bj dominion govern
uu in, ami both 1...uis ha .t pel
a lo use same bridge,
Canadian Pacific Railrm
uou negotiating uuh citj   1..
lerryagi ol Its can to  Norlh
Vancouver,  also im   ihorciuii
la.IS,    llll    ll.lllslll   nl   I,ils   lo   U.l
track) ill existing eltiUK ,'l
tt.it.
iiu  proapect is that
■ \ ancouvei mil cscapi  ihi
I.iill...nl Itagl   "I  . tisluice, ..I d
that 1.iilt  ..j'. mug a.i
line  lalitt.it   lllll   ellsuie    Lipid
ili u loptUt'Ut   nl   llldllslllis     all I
port, .in 1 .1 * tin io,ui,1 uiml.
I'acilii 1.uiu.1} uu.uis tin iia,ni,
ling 1.1 populated Canada, s..
iln bridging ..I Hun.n.i inui
nu.ui** a sui.n.l \ ancouvei   mi
llll     llnl ill    . Imll   nl   lill   lu I ,
ttiili repetition ol Vancouver'i
hiilory, pcrbapi uior< rapidly
th.ut iu the firit instance, as thi
provinci ii..-, nmi main populi
Unit   Inl   lllll   titles In ill,lit   limn
Tile     hlstOTJ      nl    \ .lllll.Hill's
real sstaU summarised  m  ,1
,,in. 11.. 1. thai tin asm■•• nl i.il
,in  nl lhe uliolc   cit)   is   now
I twentj limes vhat 11 was a-
iiuiiiy years ago.    Van*
1. 111 u.s lusl-ialc lcsltlcllic lols
imu realiti more ihau twentj
lllius llu It pike tll clli) )cals
ago. Considering lllal localities change, ll is doublilll ulle-
.... 1 .mi propert) is more sure
ul  lull  ratio   ol   UK lease    In.iU
lust rati icsiilciiu ground pio-
ii,u.l the localltj is |>inin ii.l
agaiual iiei.iiciaiioii.
iiu grand boulevard oi North
\ ainnum is lhe tlm.) aiciiue ol
a.il.l .unl Uic  laiuaticsl   ol
all)   illy on  lllis coillllltlU.      ll
lii .aid 10 residence! and is
tad iui unin) jrsars 1
gaimi   dcpreciativi itractarsa.
I'.ttn lun uliiic the pitilim.1 ui
opportuailiei is thi quaadarj ol
inuslois,  lhc gland   boufevard
is ihe ui) bull s iyi oi investment iu North \.im.iiiiei in.
mark at which Investmwl aims,
Hating nil.mil) ul qaalitj and
leaning certainty ol laige  b>
. lease ill value.
Plans, pine lists ud ..iini Information can bi had Irom ths
North Vancouver Land #5» Improvement to. Ltd. Lty.
Mahon, Mrl.iil.mil £» Mahon, Ltd., 0| jirial \o,n>ls
CORKER PENDER \M> SEYMOUR WRESTS, VANCOUVER, B C THE BXBRffiSS, NOETH VANCOUVER, B. C.
•
Waters, carrying the accessory
sulphidei si sulphates and su
concentrating, segregating and
luiassini; the copper aiid olher
niilals, since thc carbon organic
The lollotviilg valuable atllelc llullur rcpri-eipitatcd the sulph-
,, I ,,   .*   ,■ , ,,   I .lies as sulphides, and generated
is iii'iii llu luu ..I R. C, l.am 1 II. I,
1 carbonic and suluiiuus io still
bell-Johnston, Vancouver, who, further t|1;>!>ulvc  aiauuds  and
as a mining expert, has recently cavities ia tin rucks  to  hold
tzamiaed several mineral  pro streaks and lenses ol sulphides,
peiias  along   South   Valley,    During the later period oi thi
irtlcle deals upper Jurassic came tllc giainl-
ila.tti Sound,
^^^^       The
directlj uuh lhe mineral re-l-j, gad graniu porphyriei,which
tources in ilu diitrict lying con- this* up and modelled the
Uguous to North Vancouver; -.uasi range, these Jurassic
tingineen have lo lorm theori* carry no economic values, but
es as lu Uu modus operandi ol m umi tarn repestsd and m-
ilic enrichment lot economii erased the liltcilicstioa ul ihe
purposes ol the mineral bearing former basic iruptivei, creating
rocki, ilnn b) carrying um de- dioritei   irom   diabases,   and
•velupiiuiii along theie carelullj
preconceived ideas, thij praclic-
allt provi oi disprovi m. coi
rectness ui the premiiei,
Along lhc South \.illit exists
a ttliie lllllleljli/i.l tone, sll'cUh
lag iinin both ihorea ol How
cherts iiuiu ilic overlylag slaies
aiul Paloeotoic rocks, and by
pressure tunning lhe scricile
[silky) schists.
This seems ihe origin ul lhe
ule occurrence ul the present im-
llitlise   Copper    depusits   ul   the
Sound through  the Goldsmith, 'South Valley, intensified liy geo-
Britannia, Kmpren, Wild Rose, [logical iaulti created by the m-
Greaslty's Woodland and othei
groups tor nii,unl} ovei eight
miles, past the hi',ills ut both
forks ui Seytnotu creek, report
ed tu ui.ss above Indian hut
ai ihe in.1.1 ..1 Ihi North Ann,
ami un to Pitt lake, The /mu
is uii easilj recognized (rom
the Sericite tchiiti, ami csrrii *
htaitt enrichment in man) plates *'i lis hundred leet in width,
The iet|ui*uce ol the rocki stuns
tu be ihe original existence ui
Devonian Carboniieroui   shales,
calculable lorce ol uppusing vol-
tanus, as un the "Jaue, Barbara, May belle, and lvuipress"
claims,    G lac lal age during  the
Eocene period with its (rosea
sl reams lulluwed the soltesl
lucks in lhe depressions oi lhe
earliest cooled /.ones, aud won-
don li thousands oi leet of Jurassic, Triassic, and PalotOSolc,
Underground workings bear
oui lliis theory and Uie origin ol
lhc ore, and show the values lying in irregular streaks and len
tanditonei, conglomerate! an.l 'sis, replacing the previously di
other coal bearing strata, but
not carrying metallic economic
niinii.ils. ilnn dining the Tn-
usk period came Rutonic erup
iion, bask L.tK*, formed at a
great depth beneath the earth's
miu,in b\ igneous fusion, theie
carrying   accessor]    economic
solved out cavities .md rhitmfls
tausetl  b¥  Carbonic  oxide aqueous suluiiuus.
Haling ihese immense bodies
ui such continuous tO&SS oi copper ores currying gold, lhc gold
tenor accompanying tha auics
and therefore increasing In value
by less desirable Iluxing matter,
so lllal the chemical equivalents
necessary to salisly lhe silica
with only an iron reaction, can-
uut indefinitely he carried ou.
Water coliccntraliuu is only a
partial success Irom llie excessive slimes made, as the quartz
gaiiguc is harder than the sulphides,
Lime rocks cany ing values tu
pay their own way in the lurn-
acc'lor smelling costs, are undei
the same category as irony vai-
ues.    These dilhculties can   and
must be overcome, preferably b)
concentration treatment in the
mammoth up-to-dati blast ton-
ans used in present day tx>ppei
metallurgy, each furnsci Malting six hundred ions per diem.
Geological sections llulll the
live thousand loot elevation a-
lioic sea level down to the margin ul lhe water shuiv equal and
eveu iu places richer values, su
that the question ol continum
at depth will nut be a bugbear.
When the atleiilluii ul mining
capital has been called tu the t \
isteuce ul these wide, Iar reaching' /.uiits ui commercial values
in cupper and guld, they will
readily undertake the development, treatment, and proiu-
shamig process and simultaneously build up a large and lucrative business, and also give a
.steady pay-roll lo provide for
many ol the families oi cmplm
ees on which to live in this dty,
G. \\. W'aggolt, of lviliiniiiti.il,
was a visitor to Nurth Vancouver during the week.
A. FARRO
General Contractor
l.sii.1 Clearing, Stump mil Kock
Hinting. Litis t'trs near Initials.
All tliniages made gnud.
RMPI, OYMKNT     A O ■ N C Y
• ad St.. Wni uf LonaxUlo
P. O. Box ii
Choicest Cut
FLOWERS
in tiittn ut iiiwi-.t prim
(jive uh a lrinl lur
FUNEKAL DESIGNS or
WEDDING BOUQUETS
607 Masting* St., West
ALEXANDER &
MACNAGHTEN
Real Estate Brokers, financial and Insurance Agents
WC HAVE
$50,000 TO LEND
ON FIRST MORTGAGE
121 Lonsdale Ave.
innnials u contemporary con- In depth, sad irom their si/.e m
siuuiiiis in ilu ir molten mag  curring as modsrati gratle peo-
nia ItatS, iliut, the tie.m ore leavening the
Then rriassks enclosed, nn poorer streaks, then how arc
eii and floated up the Paloeozoii these bodin to he treated must
itrati£ed rochs oi the Devonian- lucceufully irom a financial
Carboniferous period,    The dy-| standpoint to pay the largest:
li,imu (oriel set in SCtioB Iiiiii    ilivitltnils'
i.l then  -ii.itiluil strata   into    Thsre is excess oi silica, ami |
ichisli in1,, parallel lamina ..i no iimi to thin and make elaaa
lean-, and robbed ths latter er    in    smelting.      All  the  heavy
uptives oi tlnir ooiing liliccouiliron tenor is replaced at depth
Builders and
Contractor*
P. LARSON is   prepared to
supply
Lime, Brick,
Sand, Cement
And all kinds nf Building
Malarial in i|iiantitit'ito auit
and at NUOntbla prices.
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HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER
TEI.KPHONE No. 2.
Mill
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FOR SALI
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Load
I
You can take as large a load'
as you like for
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17th Strut, Nort* Vancouver
Reduce Your Hardware Bilk
lla.n't Imr Mindly. II ne rim an.I >rit willing in sava ynu
money on yunr hardware il is In your adisntaiie to allow us In
.In so. Ws art in s |...iiti.ni t"f\l ynu Uis lissl hardware
supplies nli't.Ty dea<-ri|ili..n nt the Inwest priru and no matter
what ynur 1 niiremeiits an*
We'll    DO It if you'll leave your orders witts us
We i-oninele juiti'mIuIIv in tin* npen market with tlm hitfueet
hardware rom***™. iti liriiish C.iliuiihia. We wi-ure nrd.TS
thai i.tlierst-an'l loui-li. Why? IIii**iii... ttr huy direct (mm
the manufacturers in many rases; we buy jiidii-iously all ol
tht time, we nay cash Inr our *.-*».ls, and nur eipi-nses are low
Put our claims to the test, we'll sate tuii money.
KORTH UHYF-R H.MUE OMTIIf, Lid.
104 Eiplinide Next to Post Office Phone No. 88
>V^*r*ft»^l«^k*>^'**.^^i^****^*>-*^*^r^»^**-L*'^rW
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NORTH VANCOUVER
THE CITY OF
NORTH VANCOUVER
Is .in Ideal Sunny Slope Ior Homes
Baa almndance ol Pure Water
Is on the Finest BarbOf in lhe World
u.is the third largut Boakrard in tha WotM
11 . initiii Wlrslsaa Btatioa
II.,   a\,,Uilit Siliools, [iiiiilu .md I'livate
II.is ., large area of Puhlie P.nks
11,1s 1 Brst-rata Tramway Service
Has Klectric Light aiul Teh phone Serines 111 mod-
erale rates
Owns and Operates ■ first-rate Kerry Service
Levies no Taxis on Improvements
,11 excellent field (or investment
is 1 Progrsaahn aad Prograesiag I Itj
Its luture is well assured
Its Industries are substantial
.
;
THE DISTRICT OF
NORTH VANCOUVER
Is thc loiuing centre ol Mailway Kntci prist
Has unsurpassed natural lacilities for Indiislins
Is a ihoiti spin 11 for the Fruit pOWSf and Florist
Has nialiv I...UH iiul alld liii|)lllar seaside resorts
The Tourist, llu  AagUr, ami the Spoilsman lote ll
Ubaiag  i.i|'"H\   "I"""'  «!' *Atk gOOd  roads and
bridgM
lias good Hotels and ex(|iiisite sum 11
Has an i'Xten-.iti seaboard for BUppbf, and largi
.mas ..I tnl. Hats lor Dry Hoiks, Wharves, tl.
lias Seymour river, Lynn creek, MosqaitO Bmk,
MncKav mck, Capilano river, Sister uuk,
and Cyprus creek
lias QrOOM Mountain (42V' leet), 'Mount tiown
(5201. |,,t Th,* l.ions (690b lul I, ami ''.oat
Mountain 1 1900 (cet)
mum ■ ',,■,,
Has prospect ol rapid developlliillt 011 the MUMttg
ol Sin.ml Narrows Htidge
THE CITY AND DISTRICT
Will soon have thc Second Narrows Railway and
Trallic Bridge in place
This is well assured by pledges ol aid from the Federal nud Provincial Governments
New Transcontinental Railways .m loiuing to thc
Coasl, and they can find better Terminal f.ni-
lilies in Norlh Vancouver than any where else
on the Coast
The Dominion Government intends to build a new-
Dry Dock on Uic Pacific Coast. Tluy can get
no better location for one than on the North
Vancouver Tide Flats, which hate an area of
1000 acres
Around Railwav Terminals (here musl he KIcvalors
Warehouses aud many Industries, and wiihave
room for than
PUBU8HRD BY AUTHORITY OF THE "CIVIC COMMITTEE.'
i.,v.v.v.v.,..,,v.v.,v...J...'.  " "■   * '"■"""■ ' THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
The galaxy oi legal talent, of
civic anil district alilcriui-n, anil
ot company representatives,
which gathered to participate in
the hearing oi the applications
of the city and lhc district oi
North Vancouver, ior additional water records on the Capilano, Seymour, and other creeks
on the north shore, Constituted
convincing evidence oi the lact
that neighboring nninicipalilia-s
are not unconscious of Uic iiin-
spicuous advantages enjoyed by
North Vancouver, in lhe presence oi this iiiagnilicenl naU:
supply llowing through Ict ui-
ritory, and thai they are prepared to make an ellorl to avail
themselves oi any rights ol participation in these advantages,
to which they can lay claim.
Tliie hearing wa.s held l.eiore
S.A.Fletcher, government agent
at New Westminster, on 'lues-
day. There were present upon
heiialf of the city ol Noi 111 Vancouver, W. H. Senkler, solicitor,
Aid. McRae, Dick and Voung
City Clerk Thomas Shepherd,
and City Engineer G. 3, iiancs;
upon behall of the district ol
North Vancouver, W. lv Hums,
solicitor, Keeve McNaught, District Clerk Alex. I'hilip, Councillor Davison, and District l',n-
gineer Donald Cameron; on oc-
half of thc city oi \ ancouvcr,
Geo. 11. Cowan, solicitor. Aldermen aMcSpadden and Mi Tag
gart, and Waterworks Superintendent Madison; on behalf oi
the H. C. Mills, Timber & Trading Co., C. B. MacNcill, solicitor, and R. II. Alexander. Souih
Vancouver was represented by
A.E.Bull, solicitor; Point Grey,
by A. G. Smith, solicitor, and
Richmond by Geo. 11. Coii.ui,
solicitor.
Government Agent Fletcher
intimated that he wollld consider it his duty only to hear such
evidence as the parties might
wish to produce, and then lo re-
icr the matter to the lieutenant
governor in council for decision.
Alter considerable discussion
iipnn the part of .tin- counsel oi
the respective municipalities represented, it was ilui.kd that
as the provincial government is
about to appoint a chief watu
commissioner, who will be cm-
powered to constitute a board
oi investigation and to deal linally with all such matters, ,hm
as such a board, when coiistitut
ed, would probably desire lo
take fresh evidence for its own
guidance, lhat it would be as
well to arrange a postponement
of proceedings, until such time
as a board oi investigation can
be had.
On beiuill ol the ciiy of Vancouver, Geo. II. Cowan agreed
that that utv will loiilinue to
supply the district of Korti
Vancouver with water from ilu
Capilano main, as at present,
until a board of investigation
has dealt with the Capilano
question; and on behall of the
district oi North Vancouver,
W. E. Hums agreed to the adjournment, upon that understanding.
The government agent accordingly declared that, owing to
special circumstances, lhc healing ol these application.*, Wu
adjourned until November 4U1
next, at 11 o'clock a.m., and ii
.1 I...,ml ,i| mu'stigation is ap
(minted meantime, tin mutter
ll l.i In* liil to lln-in.
Express lo an inaccuracy whirl
appeared in the references to
that place made in last week's
issue. Mr. Doit/, was the member oi the lirm of Moody, DeiU
& Nelson, who lost his reason.
Mr. Moody was one of the victims ot the ill-iated North l'acilic, as stated. Mr. Nelson was
alternately local member for the
house of commons at Ottan.i,
senator for Hritish Colombia,
and lieutenant-governor oi the
province,
A.J.   MOOD
rig   Lmiadnlc   Ave,
KXPKIIT WATl'llM.lkKK
JKWK1.I.KK,   Kll'.
IV.urli... nml  Clucks  rleaiiwl   tml
lt..|)iiir..l nt lii'ail.riii.* |*ric'-s
All .a.ik t*ii.r.iil,*,**l
Manager Heard, of the ferry
company, kit Tuesday night lor
San Francisco, where he will
thoroughly examine the system
operating 'hc-iwi-cii llial ciiy and
Oakland, li Is but a prcliuiin-
ary step looking towards Mie acquisition oi a new ierry ioal ior
the local system.
W. Glenn lias secured the
fruitstaiid privileges on lhe sir.
St. George and al llie ferry
landing at Vancouver, The
building al the latter place has
been removed and a new stand
is being erected.
The telephone company has a
large lorce ol men employed,
stringing a new cable lor the local system. Eighteen new-
phones iurc adilid last month.
lhe Winner*
for JuU|^>
You probably drew one oi
these numbers 111 a sack oi Royal Standard Flour.
73'37 611*4*1 J**7 Mj73 56543
h/592 3W« 57.142 J"-'"*-' h573s
JMaiHH BBAAitatox^i  <•«•«>
If you did, v.ni ale entitled ','•
a 109 piece china d.iinci' ,sci
Back month Irom the duplicates
of the coupons placed 111 ihe
s.uks ol Koyal Standard Flour
leaving our nulls, Wl dra.i un
numbers. If you are fortunate
enough to secure one 01 these,
you are entitled lo a diiiiu-r sit
Iree of charge. There have -Jeen
many winners. It may be your
turn now. Watch this paper
every month.
Koyal Standard is lhe besl
and punM Hour on the market
in Western Canada today. Remember Royal Standard ls a
better Hour—n.it merely iiiiiii
ent, but better.
Manufactured In
All new houses sliould be piped for gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure for lllis convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
POWER CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
North Vancoaver
Transfer
COI IS r. JACkMX
Pru-vleta-a-
VANCOl'VKK, II. C
Cartage, Removals,
Parcel Delivery,
Storage
DN      111: \->. .sAiii  1       1 1 um*-,
OFFICE :   LONSDALt AVENUE. NEAR WHARF
Telephone 70.        Nifbt Calls ij.
Home  Made
BREAD
Oelnc, Pantry, Confectionery
Kent Millennia
Ilui.■Iiinirs and Iain
iS Lonsdale Avenue
PALACE
HOTEL
N.V. Fish Market
All kin.I...( Fresh Fish delivered daily
Siii..ki-d Fish a specialty.
Poultry, Kites and \en*tablea
Uur aim is tu please our customers aa
to goods und prices.
Cor. Lonsdale Ave. & 8th street
Phone 84
Ham
per and up.
lecinl rales to Iain's and lo regular
irden	
Ft si ill Gflroen 00 m\
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Sicomd Strut,
NORTH   VANCOUVER, B. C.
VANCOUVER BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN 9 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
City Auditors
North Vineouvei
516 l'ender street
GROCERS
CHEAPS1DE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Haitingi St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
A  CORRECTION
P. A. Allan, who Is one ol th*
old time residents ol lioodyvilk
has called the attention of The
COAL
COAL
NEW WELLINGTON Coal
direct 11.1 u. Ihe mi.in.
l'larc your onler* now and
seeure i.i'ir winter'ssnpply.
Large shipment* uill arrive
inalewdsvs. Pries* right
Urge supply of WOOD
al*av> on hand	
P.   LARSON
IL.i.l N.nlli Vancouver
Telephone No. *.
B*k
Look lur the above trademark,
tin- Hga *'I quality, on your
cereal foods.
We manufacture the 1 ..-st
Rolled Oats
on the market loilay.
Leave your orders with us (or
HA\, GRAIN
AND   (HOP
Prompt Uellierv
Satisfaction (iiiaranteed
me Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
ARCHITECTS
E.STANLEY MITTON.M.I.C.A
ARCHITECT
biij Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AUCTIONEERS
A. 11. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
bb Hastings street west
is th« oaly auctioneer who will
pay ipot cash belore the sal. is
conducted
ttARRISTlHb
F. C. SAUNDERS -
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary
Public. Member ol the bars
oi British Columbia and (Jue-
bM. Room 9 Empire Building, 603 Hastings it. welt
Vaacoavar, B.C.    Phose 4166
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Banisters, Solicitors, »tx.
R.-i.ins 1114-105 Crown Building,
615 Bender Strtet
Phoae 996
S. D. SchulU        C. 8. Arnold
DYtINO AND CLEANINO
PERTH'DYE WORKS
Anderson .St Hilton, Proprietors
Dyeing, Cli-uning, Pressing
Ladies' dresses, silks,   laces   a
specially
SALE ** BREWITT
Agents, North Vancouver
■ MPLOYMENT AGENCY
LADIES' HAIRDfUSSING
iitNlLtvllEY.- TolTI.1'..- of llie
Iiu. ,*l Hurkmaiinhip may I,, ohlaiued al
Ma.laiue* Humphrey'*-, Bad. l.y Krcn.li
urtiits. Special line ol pulls and
nn lichen mil Ik- oii view Un. neck, call
and luspect. Also lhe laie-l desinns m
Back 1 • 'iu 1 •*>. Hair Oruaiuenla and
llarrette*. II your hair is faded uud
turning grey, try Mary T. Goldman's
Hair 1'eslortr, in (our .nlt.r. nl shinies.
Egyptian U.mil) Kouge lur pal. people
a must natural flw.le, cannol 1*. deled*
ed. Hair Dyeing and lilt-aching l.y SS-
pitta, Facial Massage, llairdressiug.
,-ia«in|...uii.|a\ .Hani, uni.g and Electrolysis fur the reiuoi al ol supiirlluui.s hair,
wart* and mules al
.MAOA.ME  HUMI'HktYS
6t>l> Granville sire, I
MUSIC
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera Houie
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Hal', Cor.
Robson and Granville Streets.
All Instrument!.      Phone 2530
PROF. GEO. COWAN, Expert
teacher ol Violin, Mandolin,
Banjo, Autoharp, Zither, will
give twenty private lessons
Ior ir. Further information
at Cowan's up-to-date Music
Store, 608 Westminster an.
Phone 463
M. W. WA1TT 9 CO., LTD.
558 Granville Street
Pianos — Talking Machinea —
Music Goods
The oldest music house ia B. C.
REAL UTATE
UPTICIANS
Keep your eye on
EAST  VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS : .
For particulars apply lo
MORDEN &. THORNTON
Phoue 815      440 Homer Strut
bAlHb
limited.
I .Mlls.lale
at Ferrv
Av.-nue,
I.an.linn
Jas. Chapman,   local manager
Phone 37
Artistic Deaifna Sound Workmanship
Moderate Prices
LAW A KNOWLES
A.RCHITBCT1   AM)    BUILDIHl
P.O. Box:
We Can Design and We Can Build
kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer ud Pender Sia.
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Optician
All work guaiauleed H^^
Consultation iree
49 Haatingi atreet well
Opp. Cameraphone theatre
KHUrOQRAPHEHS
The only up-to-date aad tellable batS house in British Colum hi a-
Wa cut. where otheis (ail.
.Satisfaction guaranteed or ao
pay. Plaia baths, electric bathe,
shower baths, massage lor body, Kalp aad face; electro therapeutic baths a speciality.
.IDS. KALLETHE, PROP,
Graduate ol Berlin, Germany
BUSINESS COLUQIS
1000****0*00***4*******
♦ I
FOR    SALE
Tho best thing in sub-divisions arc our
lialf-acre blocks near tin- Keith Koad car
line at $3tS each, l-Ticash, balance IH monthly j*:i\ tin*nt-.
Kach   Hlock  could   be nuhdividi-d   into  four poinl   building lot*.
Martinson & Co.
Real   Estate snd
liiHurance  Brokers
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. W.
Canada s  Qrt.Ust  Wasiarn  Sohoai
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - - Maaager
MARTEL'S STUDiO
- PHOTOGRAPHERS -
131 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Thc beat equipped studio on lhe
coaat. l'lione 3228
lorksliire ijiiaraiilec it
Murines lorporuuuu Lid
440 bc)Uiuui bucti
■   --   ■ ■■'        t-   '     ■ ■
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
' R. Kerr Houlgate — Maaaget
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIO
RESTAURANTS
Family Group Specialist:.
Cabinet site, $3 per dozen
Cor. Carrall and Cordon sts
All North
cat al
Vancouver   people
LEONARD'S
ViXMOS Flack bioca, 01  llaat-
mgs street, opposite   the   new
^—^—^^^^^^^^^^irutl. Ollice.      Leonard sells his
A. SAVARD, Piopntioi  t,a hy Uic pound.
PICTURE PRAMINC
NTJU.VS liR.tUI.tlKi
Vforf Ihr lighrat hid PtisHkoK
Pitwaa'e Baiiaesi College,
aii *M 6)6 Seymonr Street,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Vancouver   TRADESMEN
CAN SKCtRI-: KKSl'I.TS
ON THE NORTH SHORE
ONLY IIV ADVERTISING IN
THE EXPRESS
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest slock ol
mouldings in B.C.to select irom
so when you want framing done
cheap and well get our prices.
BAILEY BROS CO. LTD,,
540 Graaville and 138 Cordova
IMtAIHtb
READY MADE HOUSES
NATIONAL  T1U-.A1 K1-.
lieihauical    Opcia,    Vaudeville
and Drama
; Program chauged every ilonday
Auy seal in the house 10c.
3.i Hastings Slreel West,
VANCUUVER, b. c.
VVATCHMAKACrlS
THE STANDARD HOUSE
BUILDING & CONTRACTING
COMPANY LIMITED
688 Carrall Street
Th. H. C. Mills
Timber and Trading Co.'i
Patented Sectional Buildings.
.1011 PRINTING
For nil km.Is of j..i. priitiag,
pliuiii  No. Ho Nnrlh Y,iik oilier
THE EXPRESS OFFICE
Engliih practical watchmaker;
Eitabluhed 1889
Specialty,   repairing
WOODROOFE,
313 Carrall Street
OETECTIVE AGENCIES
Canadian Detective Bureau:—
Olliccs everywhere
V.iii...u\.r  OSes        ■   I 111 |*ir.*   Itl.a-k
cm Muslim-   H, -ia-'. I'|„ -J31I
W, f, WKI.SII
General Superintendent THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
T ft
The immigration returns  foi
tlie niuiiili oi .Uai have been 11
sui'd an.l ollei iomi iulc-restuig
facts and comparisons, Tin
total numbci wai 29,030,  bing
Lllld selll lis lllol e ill.ill an *
u country, namely, ,yc, the
I sited Stales coiut • ni il w ilh
ilnn  follow   Italy,
Scotland  2; 11,   and Canadians
returned lo ilnn own lan
According lo iht repoi i, lhc in
dicatiom an lhat  tliii
record will exceed thai ol Ie
year,      The  tabulated  ligures
all  ai ll il"" I
African, South   	
Australian    	
Australian, N.K.S	
Bohemian    ,
Bukowiniaa    	
Creatiaa          14
Ualician    	
Hungarian        u_
Klllhelilall     	
Slovak            14
Belgian          13:
Bulgarian     	
Chinese          H2
Dutch        lul
French   	
lluni,ui   	
Engl»h   	
Welsh             -
Scotch   	
Irish   	
West In.li,in         jg
Bermudian           5
J,im.in,ui    	
Greek   	
Hebrew, N B.S      16
Hebrew. Russian .
Hebrew. Austrian ,.,
Italian   *," ai
Swedish        49]
Norwegian      jot
Turks      85
a   IliilllS              10
Mans       1
Syriani     19
Arabiatu      5
1 . s. citizeni     51)87
Nigr.its       4
Niiiiniid Canadians   myj
Not staled       410
Total
.l.ipalltsi
Ni wfoundl 1
.N'eii Zealand .
Poki   	
  15
	
  3
... 95
Poles, Austrian . 16
Poles, Genu.,11 1
Poles, Russian J3
Roumanian               574
Finns    	
Spanish      s
Swiss       |6
Servian   	
Danish       no
lul.illdk       27
GOVERNMENT  WIRELESS
Iln extent lo which wirc.ei.s_
uligiaplit is utilized in the government's marine signal service
is pn haps not generally appre-
iiaied. It has come to be dm
a,i th. most imp..1 i.uii adjuncts
10 the system ol aid** to 1: .t;ga-1
lion maintained bj the burtui
niieiii.     There sn ovei
tt. nl j n ireless statioai n* Can
ad.1,  oi   tilmli  lue ale  Mill,ill.i
011 the I'acilii coaat.    I'he latiei
it ill sin,ilil  In' lim eased by tWO
ol three, the superintendent   pi
government    wireleu  stations]
being here now to install   11111'
stations to give complete   .unl
1,.iiunin.us communication,
Dining 1908 there were receiv-
ud .a and sent irom wireless
stations 153,149 government
mcssagi s iroin land to iteameri,
* * ignal service messages, I
and  38,531  messages  between
iilliellt  sliailUils   alld light
stat ."iis. Sable Island has to
its credit the largest numbei ol
wireless messages handled during iln year, namely, 1,118 privati and 50, i.Iln ial communications, Lying in the routi ..1
navigation, Sabli Island baa]
earned iln significant lobriquel
.*i iln "Graveyard ol ths Atlantic," ii*- dreai 1 (panic oi sari-
luaitii    shall..tis .'.ning   sintin
with ihe iti'uks ui mv man)
■laps. Last year, however, do
v,inks or casualty ol anv kind
■ ■a,urred, this unusual immunit;
limn disaster being attributed
ia, Uu usi ..I the wireless.
A CORSET BARGAIN
Regular 11.00,  Sale 50c.
In all sizes from 18 to 27 inches, a strong and  thoroughly
reliable conet, worth isgulirl) J 1.00     50c
KX White Turkish Towels, 2 fur      25c
Lirge While Honey Comb Towel, 2 lot     25c
I'.mi.i Lsrgi WhiteTurkith Ton. i. bitli iiie, hesvy^might, ea. 30c
White Linen Table Cloths. t% yardi long     1.50
IP 111 Sun In .1 Pillow C.isi s, 1... 1      25c
..j-inili l'lllutt Cm s. per pair       30c
On.- gin aal ihop soiled Singn Michine.    Drop*bosd
A \ii innn.* b a   am* S3'1 1"
Cleared  Lots
In Block 33A, D.L 330
These lots are all on gradedstreets. In fine neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Prices $600 to $700
I IM  IIBUS
J. J. McALEECE
KEITH BLOCK
LONSDALE AVENUE
PHOXI- t)3
S.GINTZBURGER
-LIMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
163 Cordova SI nil, Vancouver, B. C.
P. I). BOX 38(1.
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC.
Ill KHAKI) SASH & DOOR IACI0RY, loot of St. George
IV« ."lira! t trial Li.l i n \..iir <>r.|. nimlil or lint,
DR.   MORRISON
Dentist
n ..hi ■
*» ■.Ml. In a. p.l
I'll,   ns Ksilli   BLook,
nfl North Ttnoouvir
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V. Ii. STEACY I
(','iilir   f.'ih.i.h'.   ./.,   ,/>.*./ Sttttti Sticit
f'i.'t   *   S6    Mai
Dickson Kells reporti tubing
■.a  i„   excellent  in  iln   upper
tl ol the CspilsOO,     Suine
splendid   itrings   were   canght
ihis uuk near the dun,
i ai v .wn STAPLE GROCERIES
Locsl »nd Foreign Fruits
Freih ami Case Engs
Choice Creamery Huller always on lund
Lamp Goo.U, QltHWtn
Crockeruvar.'.  liriislies.   Hi....ins.  cte., etc
;!    CALL ANI» SEE THE NEW
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The GENUINE North Vancouver Specialists
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Who
Carrie*
Your
Insurance?
As Sole Agents in North Vancouver lor the
COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO. LTD.,
London, England.     assets exceeding $a6,ooo,ooo
We Would Ask You
1     „ t butilMS man  '-i . i -tock or arc your prrmispi insurcil'   If not
uv do you prssiw your credit ?
i— If you have a lininc iod t nu-rrv family, Uve yuu insurcil tliat liont-r ?
If imi, in MM uf Iin- botf an- ymi going to replace your tn-iiPiin-H, not
to -pi-.ik uf ymir boSM I
;i.—Hav.- ymi a wife ami family to support ? If so, are you insured Igtioit
OCCIDENT ur SICKNESS? If not you arorulpahly negligent. In
justice itUnd tu it at once.
Wi> write our policies with
Tbe Commercial Inioo Assurance Co., Limited, London, England
Which Company guarantees any policies we write on
fire, Life, Accident, Plate Glass, Employer's
Liability or any other legitimate risk
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NOIL ADDRLSS-67 and 69 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver,
Phone 6
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