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VOLUME IV.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C., FRIDAY, AUGUST 2. 1907.
NUMBER 24
The city council held a specia
meeting on Monday night, when a
lull hoard was present, with His
Worship Mayor Kealy presiding.
The principle and most important
business on hand was the reading
of the general by-law providing for
local improvement on streets and
special assessments therefore. It
has been up several times since it
was drawn up for revision, and
changes found to be necessary.
Monday evening it appeared for
its first reading, which it passed
after some slight alt*, rations. The
second one was a snort one, and
having been passed again. Aid
Emery made a moi jn that it be
handed over to the solicitor for
legal supervision. The motion
carried.
It may be said in connection with
this by-law that it is much longer
than that ol the City of Vancouver. It has fifty-six clauses and
is believed to be the most complete
of its kind in Canada.
A letter from J. Honeyman regarding grades was laid over till
ft the permanent grade question was
settled.
The Union ol B. C. Municipalities wrote in answer to the
mayor's letter to them, relative to
thc matter of a certain number of
aldermen to be elected for a term
of two years instead of one Ior the
purpose of facilitating matters for
a new council after elections, that
the question would be brought up
and discussed at tlieir next meeting.
The petition from residents on
] Mahon avenue, between Thirteenth
and Nineteenth streets, asking for
I a new side walk was relerred to
kthe board of works.
The city laborers sent iiv a
[ numerously signed petition asking
I for an increase in pay from 28 to
I 30 cents an hour. Relerred to the
[ finance committee to inquire into.
A plan of blocks one and six in
[sub-division 61O, was submitted
[and approved,
The B. C. Electric Railway Com-
jpany submitted a plan for some
[slight changes that they required
I to make at the corner ol First
[street and St. David's avenue. The
[council thought it was not quite
■explicit enough and laid it over
rtill further particulars could be
Lreceived from the company.
A plan of the location of all the
hydrants ol the city was drawn up
I by the engineer and laid before the
[council for acceptance.
J. D. Walters' letter and plans
I to have a new street opened up in
ll). L 547, was lound to be illegal,
land Aid. Smith was appointed to
[interview Mr, Walter and explain
the conditions to him.
Adjourned.
K. of P.
A preliminary meeting will be
[held on Tuesday evening, August
I 6th, for the purpose ol taking steps
j toward instituting a lodge of the
I Knights of Pythias in North Vancouver at an early date. All those
I who are interested in the above
• project and the general public are
cordially invited to be present.
ISeveral prominent members of the
order from Vancouver will be
' present and will speak on that oc
1 casion.
Eves & Lawson are advertising
1 lots wanted and lor sale.
Meeting of school board tonight,
Principal business will be that ol
'sclacting teachers.
Rowing Club Regatta
The rowing club will hold their
regatta on Saturday, the 17th of
August, and will consist of junior
doubles.
I-'our-oared lapstreak, which
will be rowed in heats.
J. N. J. Brown has selected a
crew among the younger age,
which he will stroke. They are as
follows: A. Johnson, F. Diplock,
A. Sullivan.
Eour-oared boys' tub race.
Canoe race.
Single sculls, in heats.
Senior doubles. This will also
bc rowed in heats.
The boys, from now on, will be
splashing water till the day of the
regatta.
The club has sent to Toronto for
two sets of four oars. Sliding
seats have also been ordered.
Several new members will be
added at the next meeting.
Vaccination for Cattle.
The disease known as Blackleg
in cattle, although entirely unknown in many extensive agricultural sections of Canada, and not
at all wide spread in any district
or province, annually causes extensive losses to cattle raisers.
Anthrax, which is quite a different
disease, although frequently confused with Blackleg in the minds
of many cattle raisers, is also the
cause ol serious loss of stock.
The former disease is almost entirely confined to cattle under five
years, and is generally fatal. The
latter attacks othei. classes of farm
animals, and the human subject is
not exempt from its infection,
which generally results seriously.
By the aid of science cattle raisers arenow enabled to protect their
stock against these maladies. Aa
the human family is vaccinated
against small pox, in the same
manner cattle arerendered immuine
Irom Blackleg and Anthrax. The
department of Agriculture at Ottawa, through the Health of
Animals Branch, is now in a
position to supply preventive vaccine for each of these diseases at
the nominal cost of five cents per
dose. Until recently, by special
arrangement with extensive maiiu
facturers in the United States,
these products were secured at a
moderate cost, and were placed in
the hands of Canadian cattle raisers at ten cents per dose for Black
leg vaccine and fourteen cents per
dose |pr Anthrax vaccine. It is
due to the (act that these preparations are now being made al the
Biological Laboratory in connection with the Health ol Animals
Branch that they can be supplied
at five cents per dose.
The vaccine Ior Blackleg maybe
administered by any intelligent
person by means of an instrument
supplied by the Department at
fifty cents.
Anthrax vaccine, which is also
supplied at live cents per dose, is
more difficult to administer, requiring a qualified veterinarian to
treat an animal.
Cattle raisers who have (ear ol
an attack of either Blackleg or
Anthrnx would do well to apply to
lhe Veterinary Director General at
Ottawa (or the proper preventive
treatment.
II
Uoad foreman Eva has received orders from the district
council to proceed with the work
of clearing and bridging the Keith
road, as far west as Eagle Harbor.
This is the consequence of an
official inspection by the council
and engineer on Friday last.
W. ri. Dowdin, ol Thirteenth
street, North Vancouver, leaves on
Sunday Ior an extended trip to
England. Mr. Dowdin has been
a resident in North Vancouver Ior
nearly three years, having been
identified with the grocery business
of J. A. McMillan for two years.
He has sold out his entire interests
in the city and intends taking a
good look around before returning.
ri. McMillan, who has been the
guest of his brother, J. A. McMillan, of this city, returned to
his home in Mannville, Alta., on
Monday last. Mr. McMillan spent
a month in Nortli Vancouver and
vicinity, and expressed himself as
very much taken with the Ambitious City.
A much needed change— the
ferry whistle. Thanks, Captain
Ilewson.
E. Bennett, manager Palace
Hotel, is spending a lew days at
Harrison Hot Springs.
Messrs. Robt. Thompson and
W. Johnson, Vancouver, spent a
few happy hours in the city yesterday.
J. W. E. Beams, London, Eng.,
is registered at Hotel Nortli Vancouver.
J. H. McTagart, Tacoma, was a
guest at the Palace Hotel this
week.
Rev. J. G Hugh Hooper, ol
Bathurst, N. B., arrived in Nortli
Vancouver this week, and has
taken up his duties in St. John's
church. Besides being an eloquent
speaker Rev. Mr. Hooper is an accomplished musician.
Miss A. Tresierra, of Clinton,
Cariboo road, and who is one of
the best violin players that the
interior has produced, is visiting
in this city, and will remain for
several weeks. She reporti heavy
rains in the interior, and the
prospects for a bountiful harvest
are good.
Mrs. T. Nye, who has been
some three weeks in the hospital,
is, we are pleased to say, gradually
improving.
Davis & Brown are building a
cottage for Mr. Askew, on First
street, near the Lonsdale gardens,
A contingent ol North Van-
couverites spent a jolly time at
McGee's ranch, near Eburne.
M. W. Miller will in a few days
leave for Victoria, where he will
remain for several weeks.
Some fine specimens of quartz
have been picked up near the bend
waters ol the Capilano. It has
heen reported that several claims
have already been staked.
What may be called a modern
up-to-date log house is being built
011 the corner ol Twelfth street and
Durham avenue. Mr. Nicholson*
Lailey is the architect, and Mr.
Le Roux the contractor. The
owner of this uniuue residence is
Mr. F. B. Cudney, the proprietor
of the pioneer paint shop, on the
Esplanade,
Builders in North Vancouver
feel the necessity for a substantial
wharf (or the landing of heavy
Ireighl. The conditions at the
present are somewhat inadequate
to the needs in this respect, the
wharves in use being too slight in
structure to land stone or granite
safely.
The Sunday school ol St.
Andrew's church, Vancouver, held
tlieir annual picnic at Lonsdale
gardens yesterday.
Small Beginnings
Sir William Van Home was a
newspaper boy on a railroad.
Lord Strathcoua was a clerk in
the Hudson Bay Company.
C. R. Hosmer was a telegraph
operator.
Sir Thomas Shaughnessy was a
telegraph operator.
R. B. Angus was a bank clerk.
Lord Mount-Stephen was a clerk
in a dry goods establishment.
Senator Forget was a clerk in a
hardware establishment,
Senator Cox began life as a
telegraph operator.
William Mackenzie was a school
teacher.
D. D. Mann was a lumberjack.
Charles M. Hays was employed
as a clerk in a railway office.
James P. Ross was a civil
engineer.
Russell Sage was a grocer's
clerk,
Levi P. Martin was a dry goods
clerk.
John D. Rockfeller was a
grocer's clerk.
Henry C. Frick was a country
store clerk.
Marshall Field was a (arm hand
in Massachusetts.
Andrew Carnegie was a messenger boy and a telegraph operator.
Mining in Lillooet.
Bin Campbell, Nortli Vancou-
•ver's pioneer barber, who has just
returned Irom a few days rusticating In the Lillooet, asked as to
the prospects ol mining there,
staled that active operations will
soon be commenced on Alexander
creek, where hydraulic mining is
likely to be a big success. Also
the hydraulic proposition on
Cayuie creek, known as the Enterprise, gives promise to good results. Active operations there
have been started. A six-loot
ledge has been -struck lately on
the Lome mine. Negotiations are
pending lor extensive development
work thereon. There arc at present a number ol local men interested, who are prepared to
further open up this property.
The property known as the
Spokane will shortly commence
operations.
The crops were never in better
condition, said Mr. Campbell.
The fruit and vegetables are all
that cau be desired. The atmosphere was a trille tropical during
the past few days, the mercury
registering 102 in the shade, but
the nights were cool and nobody
lost much sleep on account ol the
heat.   The road between  Lytton
Don't forget the championship
wrestling match on Wednesday
evening, at Athletic park, Twenty-
first street.
The Flanibo Club will hold a
dance in the pavilion on Monday
evening.    Harpurs' orchestra.
Alderman \V. J. Irwin has
lately purchased a ten-acre block
of land, and will shortly damon-
strate his ability as a fruit grower.
Mr. Irwin's intentions are to make
this into a model orchard for small
fruit only. It is situated on the
Keith road, on thc east side of
Sister creek, and commands an
excellent view ol the surrounding
country.
The inspection of the Keith
road, as arranged by the municipal council, took place last Friday under the direction ol Councillors McNaught and Nye, accompanied by Municipal Clerk
Philip, Engineer Cameron and
Road Foreman Eva. The entire
distance between North Vancouver
and l-lagle Harbor was covered.
The parly was greatly pleased
with the outing and the country
traversed, which was most interesting from a scenic standpoint,
Reporting on the condition ol
the road and repairs needed, it
was lound that Irom North Vancouvei tu Navvy Jack's ranch no
mat. rial work was necessary, but
from then- on the undergrowth
closed in to such an extent as
tu make it almost impassable in
places. The bridges too were in
,111 advanced stage ol decay.
Messrs. P. Bums ii Company
have placed an extra- delivery
wagon over here.
1 In* athletic association have
secured an excellent programme
lor Wednesday evening next,
when the wrestling match between
Hod Renshaw and Ernest Baker,
for the lightweight championship
ol B, C. takes place. Several
good preliminaries have also been
arranged.
Wanted—In central position,
North Vancouver, to rent a five-
roomed house with bathroom.
Apply to Express office.
WANTED—A lady to   represent
one of the oldest houses in the
United States and Canada. Call
at room a, Thompson block, Lonsdale avenue.
and Lillooet is in first-class condition.
Everybody is in the best ol
spirits and are sanguine of the
future in store for this great district in Britist Columbia.
Church Notice
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHU»C«
SIXTH STREET.
Services will be conducted as
usual on Sunday by the pastor.
Sunday school, 3:30 p. m.
Service at Moodyville school tt
7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
8 o'clock.
All are welcome.
Pastor: Rev. J. D. Gillam, M.A.
Rev. B. li. Balderston will
preach in the Orange hall, on Sunday  evening,   at   7:30.
Sunday school and bible class,
11 p. in. ; class meeting 10 a.  tu.
ST- JOHN'S THE EVANGELIST, SEVENTH
AND THIRTEENTH STREEtla
Tenth Sunday after Trinity.
Holy Communion 8 a. m.
Morning prayer and Holy Com*
munion, 11 a. m.
Sunday school, 2:30 p. m.
Evensong, 7.30 p. m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
A RARE CHANCE
Have you been lo our Big Houselurnishing Sale yet ?
II not, you should not delay. This is positively the
largest
August
Furniture Sale
ever held in the city. We must considerably reduce
our enormous stock ol Houselurnishings to make
room lor new goods. This is your opportunity ot
make a big saving and get better goods for less
money than ordinarily. We hope you will call on us
and let us have the pleasure of showing you the
astonishing reductions in everything throughout the
store.
THE H0U5EFIRMSHERS
D. A. SMITH, Ltd.
CORNIR 6RANVILU AND Dl NSH1IR Sllltlt
VANCOUVER,  B.  C.
f. W. TEMPLER 6 CO.
QROCCRS
To p.itroni t.11.1 Visitors:—
WE HAVE THE  BEST  IN  OUR  LINE
AT RIGH1 PRICES      :      :      :      :      :
Corner  Atb  b\.   and  Lonsdale  Ave.
TELEPHONE 40
REAL BOYS WANT
MANNISH
SHOES
SAME KIND AS  DADDY'S
An.l we taku particular MN to havo tho kind that |ilea«»i' them of
Tim CALF, CHOOOLATE KIH. BOX ami VEI.Vol'R OALF, QUB
MKT.M, OALF, an.l > go-"! rango of TAX CANVASS .SHOES Ior
the hot wentlier
PYKE'S SHOE 5T0RE
516 HASTINGS STREET W. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
TIIE BRIDGE.
The mass meeting held on Tuesday night in Larson's pavilion to
discuss  the  advisability  ol   approaching the Provincial government  to  assist  in  building the
proposed bridge across the Second
narrows was the largest nnd most
important evei   held  lliis side ol
the mlet.     The speakers  were
unanimous anal the audience i n
thusiastically supported them   all
being   in   lavor  ol   .1   combined
-I  and trafiic bridge.   No
deputation ever wenl to the Capital Citj io interview the government  on a proposition  so  universally supported by the citizens.
The government must realize the
importance ol this great audi rtak
i ig,    and   it    would    indeed    be
gratifying and most honorable il
the present administration, with
its substantial majority behind it,
would openly declare us intentions
as to its policy regarding the assistance it would give towards
building this needed link ol transportation between the southern
and northern portions ol British
Columbia. We hope that this
great work will shortly be commenced, and that the people will
control the bridge lor their benefit,
and lh il not only one railway will
use, bul that hall a dozen will be
running from this. ity to Vancouver ovei it.
A dispatch Irom Victoria slates:
"Mayor Bethune yesterday re-
ceived a telegram Irom Mayor
Kealy, ol Norlh Vancouver, who
is in Victoria interviewing the
government 011 the subject ol the
Second narrows bridge, asking il
a meeting could be arranged between the joint committee and the
railway commission here, al 1
o'clock today. Mayor Bethune replied that he would sec the commissioners this morning and try to
arrange it."
AROUND THE WORLD IX
FORTY DAYS
The Scientific American says that
the prophetic and lively imagination of the late Jules Verne
recorded one ol its most daring
lights, when he wrote that mosl
entertaining work, " Around the
World in Eighty Days", and it
is probable that none ol us who
read its chapters supposed that
he would live to see the day
when the Frenchman's estii ite
ol eighty days would be 1 ut in
hall by an 1 nterprising ofiii cr ol
the English army, who set out
to test the, speed ol modern
around-tbe-i rth travel lor himself. In 1 recent li iter to tho
London Time Lieut.-Col. I'urn-
ley  Campbell   wrote   that   In
There was a big turn out of
I citizens and ratepayers at the
mass meeting on Tuesday night,
in Larson's pavilion, to discuss
the question ol the proposed bridge
across the Second narrows,
His Worship Mayor Kealy presided, with him were scaled on the
platlorm Reeve W. H. May and
Vice president G, |. Phillippo ol
the board of trade.
The mayor in opening said that
with   regards   to   the    proposed
bridge across the Second narrows
they must try to gd something
definitely settled,  First tho, bridge
mu-t  1.6  owned  either   by   the
government or a private company,
and it must bo a combined railway
and   irallic  bridge.   The   bridge
must not be opened tn one rail*
w iy, bui to hall a dozen,    lie reined to the stand the city council
had   laken   with   -the   dominion
govi rnment on the question.   The
council had petitioned the local
member   and   government,    and
used all tliu means in its power to
get a substantial answer.    A communication was nil ived Irom Mr.
Macpherson   lo  the   effect   that
according lo  the   British   Nortli
Am. 1 ii a act the government had
no jurisdiction over the   I.ridge,
because it did not connect  two
provinces.    No hopes were held
out that the dominion government
would grant a subsidy for a combined railway  and traffic  bridge.
Hit' next best way to  act,   the
speaker   thought,   would   be   to
petition  the   provincial   government.   The city council thought
il would be wise to get  the Van-
couver city council to move in the
matter, and had asked (or a joint
meeting, which look place in the
city hall, when it was decided to
have a   combiiii >l   delegation   to
ma a 1 Mr.  Mi Bride, the premier,
on his return Irom England,
1 he Vancouver Board oi 'I rade
had scut a memorial to the provincial government in support ol
a combined railway and trafiic
bridge. His worship said that he
hoped to sec a large delegation go
to Victoria. " North Vancouver
wilt not allow tin." grass to grow
under Us leet till the bridge is an
accomplished fact," said his worship amidst applause. The V., W.
& Y. Railway Company had got
tlu: right to build the bridge on
the other side 0! the blull in the
townsite ol Hastings. The ques-
tion is not to build a bridg. fur ilm
present, but for ten years hence.
II lhc 11. C. Elcctiic wanted to
build a bridge the only place lor il
would be from Prospi ct poinl,
be. ausc another spot could not he
lound ; even at thai ihe expense
I road   from   tlu:   Cape  to   Cairo.
11 We here are confronted with a
greal harbor that answers for the
world's commercial navy, and call
upon the government to give us
and  communication," said  Mr.
Ker.   Thc desideratium is to build
lines ol communication westward
and northward.   The  wheels  ol
progress  must   and  will   move;
therefore, we must consider the
northward movement.   The question of the bridge is only one  ol
ilie means or the interests ol the
community for progress, and the
rubicon of a line ol railway   ol
about 700 miles in length northward.    In looking at the different
.iiuls  ol   locomotion,   the   land
means ol   communication   is   a
movement   that  grows  and   develops as an infant,    ln forces of
steam, gas, electricity,  etc.,  only
two subserve—walking beasts ol
burden and railways.    The principal artery (or the  commerce  of
Canada is tlu: C. P. K., and il we
only had a bridge bow importanl
ii would be for British Columbia,
Then why should not the govern
[Continued on Third Page,]
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A. A. CROWSTON
GENERAL  BROKER.
ANn NOTARY PUBLIC
Insurance    In all its Branchei.
Mining:   Placer and Hydraulic.
Timber.   Hardwood. Codar and Fir.
Manager roR the Commercial
Protective agency.
Otiico: Flrat St., E. of Lontdale Ave.
CU-iU/'C   PIONU.R   DRY
On AW  O   GOODS STOKE
Will move to larner and
more convenient premises,
on nr about Hie
THIRD WEEK IN AUGUST
(villi a new and specially
selected slock, which will
leave iml.ii.ly uu 0XCU8Q (or
crossing tlio Inlet. Strictly
city prices,
Cor. 2nd and
Lonidalo Ave.,   -    N.VANCOUVER
landed at Dovei on lhe 1 >tli 0'
June at th. liipli lum nl a trip
around the world which occupied
forty days and ninteen' and one-
hall hours II ■ left Liverpool
on May 3rd at ; ; 1 p. ni.,
ri I Quebi at 3 1 11 May
loth, is at Va      v. 1 on
thc I.' il Coast at 5 a m am
May 16th. Leaving t1" ri ah mt
noon "I ii.": ni,' day, hei
1. ai hi .1 Y ik a:, in. a -ii M 1 26th,
Tsurga on May 181I1, and leaving
iher I ■ ti imei at 6 p. in., he
reached Vladivostock Mav |otli,
Her.", alt. r ;i wait "I about I.ihr
hours, he look i Trans-Siberian
train, rcic lu-n- II iihin nn Ma;
31st, Irkutsk on |tinc 4th, Mos
ith, and Berlin on
|nn. 12th,   On the lollowing day
he   cas   at    Ostend,    which    In:
reaclu d -it ; )0 ■■< ni, ai 'I it 2:50
a in. nl the same day he 11 idi 'I
in England at Dovi 1 I liroiigh*
out the whole trip Lioul ( ol,
Campbell was remarkably lortu
nate in making ■ onnei lions 1
otherwise I."- lirm would havi
been I in (1 1
SMOKE —t&.
TERMINUS CIGAR
CLEAR HAVANA FILLED
NOTICE
APPLICATION FOR LOGGING
RIGHT-OF-WAY
MOTICE1S HEREBY GIVEN PUR-
■^ SCANT to Section 20, ol llie
"Land Act Amendment Act, 1907,"
liv the undersigned, which is the holder
of a Special Timber License, that the
undersigned Intends, iliirly .lays after
senile inidiirsi publication olthfanotlce.
lo apply to the Chiel Commissioner of
Lands and Works lor authority to construct chutes, llmncs, an.l roads or other
works lor getting out limber Irom the
limits covered by a lic.-ns.- held l.y the
applicant, across and ii*...ii the following
lun.Is, namely 1
All and singular, thut certain parrel
or Irucl of laud and premises, situate,
lying uud being iu the Province ol
British Columbia. In the l>i»iriei ol New
Westmiuster, being composed of a por*
lia.11 of Lot -37, and ivhich inui lie more
particularly known and described us
[ollows, that Is to Say: Beginning at a
point on Hie norlh boundary of lll.ick
six (d| in said Lol 'S.'.i. aald polnl be*
ing distant 5.60 chains from the northwest corner ot said block ii, thence aouth
22mln. 0 deg, west along lhe centre line
ot the proposed Logging Railway Right-
of-way H.'.'ll chains; thence south 17 deg.
80 min. west along the aald centre line
II 2f> chains; Iheiice south 29 deg. IX)
min. west along lhe said centre line 2-
.HS chains; Ihence south i;l deg. 15 min,
wesi along ilie said centre line i>35
chains; thence south IS deg llll mill,
west along the said centre line 1.90
chains to tlio beginning nt a curve;
thence on a lO-.lcgree curve lo the right
along llie suid centra line I.M chains,
more or less, to the northerly shore oi
Burrard Inlet, having a uniform width
of llll links..11 each side of said centre
line, excepting those parts included
within the boundaries ol the Keith road
and the registered road lying along thc
smith boundary of said block u.
Haled this lib day ol July, A. D..
1907.
MiNaiii-I-'iiisi-ii l.i-nu-it Co,, Ltd.
By its Solicitors,
Martin, Craig at Bourne.
ELDER, MURRAY CO.
Vancouver Addresit
■I 11. Billwilh St.
'Phone 417.
WEEKLY LIST
Week Indlnq July 19th.
Junction Block
'Phone 37
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would make it absolutely probibi
i ve, lu a very lew years the,
population »( thin city ami the
municipality would possibly be
75,000. The dominion government should give an absolute, distinct, straightlorward st,item."in as
to what it will do towards the. on
tru ti ; nl tins bridge, The
deputation to go to Vii toria should
be is strong .1 om as possible, It
should always bc borne in mind
that the bridge over thc fraser at
New Westminster was purely 1
■ :.i! work, and that city had
a population ol 6,ooo, while on
Burrard inlet ther'" was a popula
tion ol some 75,000,    " 1 horelore,
I ii too mm li to ask that a bridge
bi built, whore there arc millions
in 11 S"iiia e»behind it ? " saial tbo
:. .ni'i, amidst loud applause,
J.   It.illiuii   Ki 1   was   well   re*
ceivi I,   I le . ndorsed the ai tion
II lhc mayor and council, as well
as Vancouver, in the stand taken
10 promote the building ol the
bridg.. Eighteen years ago James
(i. Blaine stated lhat the question
ol lhc hour was llinl nf railway
unification, and this was now tbc
...as. with the V., \Y, & V. and
North    Vancouver.    In    South
l ll W years a-*o the cry was
northward, ho!" and for a rail-
BRUCE *DODDS
GENERAL MERCHANTS
flat Iron Block, Cor. 6th and Lonsdale Ave.
Bog lo Intlmato thnt tliey ire rapidly getting Into shape for
business, ll is their Intention to attend to tlie every want oLthe consumer, in the way ol
Groceries, Boots and Shoes
for Men and Boys
They are today opening a very complete Hue of
Mens' Furnishings
bought Innn the Insl manufacturer! In Montreal and elsewhere,
Theso will he Bold at
Prices That Will Compare Favorably
Willi the Best of Retail Houses
The "KINO OK TUB ROAD" Overalls, in all Iho different
sljlcs will bo l.niii.l In he the besl value lor ll.e money in the market.
Their Special lllcnd ol "CEVbON I'KKtiK TEA," al 60 cents,
will be found to ho the nest value ever offered in British Columbia
lor the money; for liavor it cannot bo surpassed, .1*1*. lair a sample
which will ho supplied Kroe.
Com|>ari»on and   Infection   Invited
VANCOUVIR-
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Doiorlptlqn
Largo hOUlO, entirely new, near, ivlmrf.
II.,iiai1 en Keith nanal, Urmia mtiilli; uniy Icons.
I.1.1 oil lii-i -Irei'l. .--I ol M-I1011 -.venue,
I ..!■ aai 1 .1alw*..,rai,l,'    l.lock
A v.-ry i'Iiuhi. ure block In (lie l.ynn Valley- Owner g Ing
Bull,
I.S.iKI |icr nionlli lor AO-fOOt lots, Tlii-ne will make |mr-
laa lllllll.   gOCI.l   llaalala ll\   IllC   Rtlll   boillg    botlOlll.    Olllv
two ll'll.
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TIIK LAST OF T1IK KI1IINT l'KOl'KKTY AT FIMT PRICKS
PRICK  Ol"  LOTS,   $2«J|   CASH,  ms
THESE  PRICKS WONT LAST I.OSII
NORTH VANCOUVER FERRY & POWER CO,, LTD,
Summer Time Table, 1907
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UDjES' SHOES BARG4|N8
to be sold at
WHOLESALE PRICES
PA PI    WAI FF    THOMPSON BLOCK,
U\I\L   TYULI L,  LONSDALE AVENUE.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
LOTS
70 x 240
$300
Close to snw mill and plank road;
ten minutes from car; only $300.
Also a lew i 4 acres lor $200;
terms, io% down, Jio per month.
House to let, 6 rooms, all conveniences ; splendid view. Also
one for sale; $300 cash and f ju
per month.
Two perfectly cleared lots on Lonsdale Avenue
$900 each
WESTERN CORPORATION,  LTD.
Capilano Hotel
CA I'll, A NO   DAM
Everything new and modern, affording all the
luxuries of a metropolitan hostlciy. Elevation 500
leet above sea level. Ideally situated lor people
wishing an exliiliarating climate, beautiful mountain
scenery and climbing, and good fishing and shooting.
A lew hours Irom the summit ol Mount Crown and
the Lions.
Tally-ho meets car connecting with 9:15 ferry,
at liewicke avenue, returning between 6 and 7 p.m.,
calling at the two canyons and the suspension bridge,
allowing time (or inspection.
RATES:   $3.50 to $3.00 Per Day
Hl'ICCIAI.   HATKS   TO   FAMILIES  AND    II1C..I1.AII
BOARDBM
DICKSON W. KELLS, Prop.
TBLBPHONB waa,  NORTH "VANCOUVKH.
THE EXPRESS, $1 PER YEAR THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
r
NORTH   VANCOUVER
LOT 273
STILL  TIIE   BEST   BUY
We have some lota left in thia Original
Subdiviaion.  Call and aee ua, and
buy before they are all gone.
The Electric Tram runs
right through this property
It ia bound to  be an  important addition
in the near future
Easij Term*
For Prices and Maps, apply
nse
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440   SEYMOUR   STREET
a KERR HOULOATK, MANAQKR
MASS MEETING
[Continued Irom Second Page.]
Iient be allowed to build it when
lie people are clamoring for it ?
■Applause.) Regarding the bridge
It New Westminster Mr.  Trapp
fad  informed   the  speaker  that
lint joint vehicular trullic bridge
las an immense benefit to that
[ity.    Hundreds ol teams passed
■ver it every day, and on Fridays,
■ie market days, the stables were
[lied with teams,  and the traffic
Iver this bridge went on day and
light;  although  a  large   traffic
lent on to Vancouver.   The do-
'.mum government took out   ol
ihis port last year $1,784,000 in
levenue, and probably Ihis year it
Lill reach ti,000,000.   The rail-
load to the north would open up a
■dining, timber and cattle grazing
[ountry - the best and richest in
lie world, and it would make it
liossihle tor the  settlers   nl   th
nquamilh and other nearby points
[0 come to town.   Thc dominion
government should help this proposed work.    In ten years it would
Let >4,000,000 in duties lor so doing.   As to the province, it should
ilso   contribute   in   every   way
liossiblc,  (or every  ton  ol  coal
liken out ol this vast territory it
Ivottld   reap   a   royalty.   Taxes
Ivould bc collected on licenses Ior
Ishcries and royalties on  timber.
Irhere   would    be    considerable
levenue  from  thc   income   tax.
Il'lic land, when opened up by a
lailroad, would bring about ?.:- an
J'lii".   (Applause.)  In  about  six
f nonths iifty the completion of the
liridge there   would   be  cars   ol
Jicveral railroads run on the north
Lul." of the inlet,   Burnaby cannot
['ive without disposing of its grain,
lairy produce and eggs.   Day and
/light farmers are  passing   both
|,vays over the Fraser river bridge
,it New Westminster,   The cables
[jisid water pipes laid under  the
'"irst narrows  were  in  constant
danger, and if the bridge across
the Second narrows were built the
water pipes and  cables  could   be
conducted over it.   Timber  and
cordwood could be served to the
population. The government, with
its million surplus, can easily do
it.   Our cities must bc built.   It
took five, ten and fifteen centuries
in the old country to build cities
The call here is progress; and so
let the northern country be opened
up.   The southern cry is to open
the North, and to the government
that built the bridge at New Westminster, he said, nothing but gratitude and honor were due them ;
and all must acknowledge  there
was   great   merit   shown   there.
There was also great merit shown
in the promotion ol great public
enterprises,   President Kooscvdt
had recognized soldiers, engineers
and others in their services, and so
the minister ol finance deserves the
commendation ol the people.    In
conclusion   Mr.    Ker   said:   "1
have only to say that I hope that
the Initiative taken by the mayor
and Ihis council and our Iriends on
thc other side will be taken and
lollowod  up  by   lhe   provincial
government."   (Loud   applause).
Keeve May was next called :
"This is no imaginary need."
said Mr.  May.   " ll it  a  stern
necessity.   We   have   seen   thc
phenomiiial development thus  lar
and the great growth ol the city
and district ol North Vancouver
that is now going on.   This calls
Ior a means ol transport between
thc cities and municipalities to the
south with those  ol  the  north.
The north with its many valleys
gives promise ol making llritisli
Columbia   the    best    producing
province and the brightest gem  in
the Dominion.   This port, also, is
but in its infancy, as to the great
prospects that conlront it, and thc
bridge would be one ol thc greatest
means of bringing ihis result forth.
To   the   north   lies  one   ol   the
greatest and brightest gems in the
people, and there would always be
a great deal ol transportation carried on over thc bridge. It is a
plain duty ol the government to
contribute towards increasing the
Vancouver, followed. He heartily
endorsed the views of the speakers
belore him. He thought there
was no telling what a luture a loot,
traffic and railway bridge might
bring to tho neighboring cities and
municipalities and the immense
country in thc nortli. "II the
provincial government," said Mr.
Heaps, "only built this bridge as
a speculation I leel confident lhat
the revenue and tolls would make
it a magnificent investment." In
closing he said if he were speaking
in Vancouver instead of Nortli
Vancouver, his expressions would
be in eflect that a bridge across
the Second narrows would be more
important to Vanceuver than North
Vancouver.
W. J. McMillan, president ol
the Vancouver board ol trade, said
iu substance that the board ol
trade in Vancouver had passed s
resolution endorsing this movement and that iln-y were willing to
join in and assist in every way
possible.
0, J. Phillippo, vice-president
ol the North Vancouver Board ol
Trade, stated Irom the outset that
the board took a deep interest in
thc bridge. "Wc want the
bridge; wc are going to get it, (ot
wc have earned the name ol the
Ambitious City, and are determined not only to have a railway bridge but a vehicular," he
said, amidst loud applause, He
lelt sure that when the deputation
'went to Victoria that they wen
sure to impress the government in
such a manner that ihe bridge
would be an accomplished lact in
a very short time.    (Applause).
T. P, Fell said that lhe forceful
eloquence ol Mr. Ker and others
was convincing enough that the
bridge was a necessity. The delightful and speedy service ol the
Dominion ol Canada, and let us ferry was not sufficient if Nortl
join in strong expressions in favor
of connecting the south and north
sides of the inlet—the London of
the West."   (Applause).
Alderman Heaps, ol the city ol
bounden duty of the dominion
government to assist the project.
Agitation was the best tonic to
effect the building of the bridge,
but the tactics of women's suffragists must not be used. The Hon.
Richard McBride and others, together with Mr. S. Gintzburger,
who was now driving piles in lot
204, were doing lots for the
province and Nortli Vancouver.
"We must have the bridge," said
he, amidst applause.
The mayor stated that he had
regrets from several who could not
be present at the meeting.
Alderman Jordan said he echoed
the remarks of the several previous
speakers, and wanted to learn the
feeling of the citizens and ratepayers before the deputation went
to Victoria.
R, H. Alexander, manager of
the Hastings Saw Mill, said that
they could not wait (or the gradual
growth of the place Irom a hamlet
to a village and to a town, and to
a city. " Nowadays we grow more
rapidly than ever," said Mr. Alexander. It had (alien to his lot to
see the growth of the area of the
City of Vancouver, from (our or
five acres to its present size.
What has been seen in the past in
the growth of cities will be seen in
the future. In the early days,
when the city started, no one
expected to see more than to.ooo,
later on the limit was raised till
the ambitions ol the hundred-
thousand club wanted 100,000 of a
population by 1910, and this would
not at all astonish anyone ii it
were an accomplished fact. " II
this suburb of Vancouver had railway connection we would have
one great city on the inlet," he
said, amidst applause. There is
going to be a bridge, and it is up
to lhc f rovince to build it lor the
benefit of British Columbia and
both the cities of Vancouver and
North Vancouver.    (Applause).
D. Von Cramer spoke briefly
favoring the bridge, and stated
that he would give it his moral
support.
Councillor McNaught said that
the building of the proposed
ridge was a great subject. It
meant the direct intercommunication between hamlets, villages and
cities of the great northern interior and the northwest. There
was two large sections ol land cut
in twain by a large body ol water,
A traffic bridge was needed as well
as a railway Irridge. There would
he live or six railways allheading
lor tho inlet. Assuming lhat but
a railway were to build the bridge,
it could hardly be expectee that it
would provide lor vehicles ; and
nobody doubted that it was a
necessity. " Vou have heard of
the estimable benefit a combined
railway and traffic bridge was to
New Westminster, then how much
more so would one built across the
Second narrows be to the cities ol
Vancouver or Nortli Vancouver ?"
he asked, amidst loud applause,
As these cities grew the necessity
was apparent. Were a railway to
build it it would have practically a
monopoly. It was Incumbent
upon the government to give us
Iree ingress and egress to North
Vancouver. He (the speaker) in
iSSS had stumped Great Britain
pointing out the great advantages
there were in Canada, and at
Edinburgh he said that be!o;e
many years there would be three
or four railways spanning Canada,
n reply he was told that they
would not pay Ior the axle grease.
This was destined to be the
greatest port the world ever knew
-11st even excepting Liverpool.
1 Applause). The Victoria Nianza
bridge was the gtcatcst engineering feat ol the times, and with
our vast resources and assets to
the north, and the bridge an
accomplished lad, in ten years
millions ol people would  be per-
Vancouver was going to be bull'
up as a great city. No efforts
should be spared to have the bridge
built. The province, he thonght,
should build it. In fact, it was the
ambulating the now vast forests.
This country could all be made
contributory to Burrard inlet,
Public utilities, such as this work,
should be held and controlled by
the people. In the Squamish
Valley and the Pemberton there
was a plateau ol 100,000 acres ol
the very best of land awaiting
railway communication and development. In a very few years
three or four railways would be
seeking an outlet here. He con
trasted Vancouver and Nortli Van
couver as being similarly separated
by water as London with its
Thames and Liverpool with its
Mersey. In ten years the government would realize that this bridge
would be the best investment it
ever put its money into. (Applause).
Alderman Irwin stated that
when ft is viewed that this
province were rich in lands, mines
and lumber, as well as fisheries,
etc., with such transportation
(aciltties as were spoken ol,
British Columbia should become
the richest province in Canada—
an empire within itself, (Applause). The march of civilization was westward ho ! now it
is nortoward ho I The bridge
should be built for vehicular .and
railway traffic.    (Applause).
A. Gillman briefly supportedthe
bridge, and said that it would not
cost as much as the Westminster
structure.
Mayor Keal y made a few remarks, summing up the reasons
why the provincial government
should have absolute contrel,
building a joint bridge, and taking
immediate action. Chairman Kealy
said: " We want it finished at the
sa e time or before the Grand
Trunk Pacific and the Canadian
Northern get built through to the
coast, otherwise it will be altogether possible that trade will
divert to the east ol this district
and go south by way ol^ Edmonton
where they now have communication with the south."
Ewing Buchan, manager ol the
Bank of Hamilton, said that il it
were only Ior family supplies-
such as butter, eggs, fruit, etc., all
should urge the building ol thc
bridge. He thought it was a mistake to reler to North Vancouver
as the Ambitious City. It sliould
be callod the Enterprising or Energetic City or the City ol Determination. He hoped, however,
it would go ahead and prosper.
(Applause.)
E, Mahon, in a few well chosen
remarks, moved the following
resolution, which was unanimously
carried amidst loud applause :
"This meeting heartily endorses
the action taken by the councils ol
Vancouver and Nortli Vancouver
cities and the councils ol lhe municipalities of North Vancouver,
Burnaby, South Vancouver and
Richmond and the boards of trade
ol Vancouvei and Nortli Vancouver in sending a deputation to Victoria lor the purpose ol uiging on
the provincial government the
necessity ol tlieir building a joint
vehicle and railroad bridge forthwith across the Second narrows
ol Burrard inlet, thus safeguarding
the only possible passage."
JAS. GRAHAME & CO.
Painters and Papk»hangi»s
Mural Decorators
Grainirs    Glaziers    Signs
LONSDALE   AVENUE,
Opp. 13'i'K Street.
Rolled Oats
flour
Hay and Teed
Seed*
ALL ORDERS
DELIVERED
TheBrackmao-Ker
Milling Co.
Limited.
Harry Mitchell, local manager,
Lonsdale Avenue.
Fine, healthy Tomato and
Cauliflower Plants, grown Irom
Sutton's Seeds, always on hand.
C. E. JORGENSEN      \
Civil lngiMer and B. C. laae" S.m.tr
'rilaahl ma
l'.all*a»>*. Bridge., Wu.r Pow.tl, IltlmiKI
BupMlnlinaanM ol Comttuciloa, Miai t
Towuiltei, rir.ni ol Mlulat Cl.lmi, Blu.p-lit
■if BubaiTliluni.
bMUullnpSt.W.,  *  •  VANCOl'VEa, I. C.
LEARN TO SHOOT
Sport for young and old.
New rifles; latest electric
targets
Fillier'i
Gallery,
Ft»t tf
Urn-lilt Avenue
The firemen had another call on
Monday evening when an alarm
was turned in Irom a fire located a
short distance nortli ol Fifteenth
street and south and west of the
Western Corporation's mill. The
brigade returned alter 11 o'clock,
having successfully checked its
advance after some very strenuous
labor,
On Monday a fire was noticable
up on the side of thc mountain,
cist sf 1; routine's camp.
Miss Ruth Gay, ol Ballard,
Wash., is visiting her friend Miss
Muriel l-'uglcr, Second street.
the
BOARD OF TRADE
BARBER SHOP
Lonsdale Avenue,
near corner of First ttrett
BATHS
CIGARS and TOBACCOS
BIRT CAMPBELL
Prop,
SEEDS,
TREES,
PLANTS
Mo StoIIcsn 1'luinn, No I'itless Appltl
No (Jobless Corn—Jut old reliable varieties al returnable i>ricas. Fertiliser*!,
Hoe Buppllss, Hpruy I'umps, Sprajina.
Material, t'ut Flowers, etc. Oldest el-
ttbllshed nursery on the mainland ol
llritlali Oilumliia.   Catalogue tree,
M.J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES ami si 1 iiimi Sl s.
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
P. S.—If your local mi-reliant! 1I0 not
handle my seeds- send direct. w« pre*
pay liftv packets, snorted varlttlM el
garden BSMI 111 live cent |»|ii'r* (tented
•lock) lo 1 ; ■.'.,".■-• i-oatoHke lor |1 ;
twenty packets lor 50 cents. Trial collection, THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, R. C.
BLOCK 33
DIST.   LOT   550549
Lots in this Block will shortly
bc put on thc Market. For
Price List and Terms, apply to
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THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
161 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
m
FVES & LAWSON
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Bank of British North America
ESTABLISHED   1836
OXIi ol the oldest banks i.\■ jinj^ business in
this country.
5li Brandies in Canada nml llio United Slates,
A general banking business transacted,
Money OrdWH Issued payable anywhere   in
Canada, I niteil States or Great Britain,
Drafts Ii0!i(-lit and sold.
Prompt attention t;iven to collections.
Savintjs Hank Department*—Deposits of *i.oo
and  upwards  received,   Interest paid  every
three months.
Ollice, Cor. Lonsdale \\e. and Esplanade) North Vancouver, B. C.
II. K. IIihih, Manager.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Owing to change ol the (erry time schedule I.ill.iwing will
obtain .
Fiust Street
Leaving Queensbury Avenue at 5:3(1 a, in,, 6:30 a. 111.,  7:55
and live minutes to the hour until 10:53 p. 111,
Leaving Keith Uoad and Forbes Avenue at 6:00 a.  m..
7:00,   a,   in.,   8:25,   and   25  minutes  past  the   hour
until u.25 p. 111.
Lonsdale Avenui
*ia
Cars will run every 20 minutes,
All boats are met by the cars,
Motel North Vancouver.
brand
'llallll-t
Kesorl
Up to-date
Rates:
<.- n.i pel
Day
and up
S|» . ial
Rates i'.i
Families
and
I.' ...1
I:..,111" 1
Ferry Service I ver) Hall Hour lo -mil liom Ihis Hotel
to Vancouver. I'. Larson, Prop.
Rainier Beer^-
I- -a glorious lu'vernjie- i|iicncliing nnd
-aii-i",ing, Roini 111 lier llicruV no other
■ just 11s good I        King Rainier.
PACIFIC  BOTTLING  WORKS
Vancouver, l >. C.
SUNLIGHT   SOAP
5 FOR 25 CENTS
ti. Crowley, ol Vancouver, has
commenced building un the west
purl i.i block 44, lot 21*7, Lynn
Valley.
The lire is still raging on the
mountain back ol l.ynn Valley,
'1 he trail to the middle canyon
ol the creek at l.ynn Valley is
expected to be finished early next
week, Large well-letterad sinus,
din 1 ling llu- way iu which visitors
should go l" lhe canyon, have
he. n painti .1 by J. Grnhaine &
Company, and will be put up in a
daj '.(so.
Tin. Express, by carrier, *-i..«
a year, 111 advance.
On Tuesday the tlienionieii 1
near Councillor Davidson's place,
in l.ynn Valley, registered 94 In
the shade, and 95 on Wednesday
At Twenty-first s streei and Lous-
dale avenue oil Tuesday lhe
mercury showed 96, and on Wed \
nesday 96, Teetcrday the register
was 94. This is the hottest
weather on record here.
R, W, Evans, of Walthani,
Mass., was registered at llut.i
North Vancouver this week.
Alex. Scatterley, ol the Dank o|
11. N. A. stall at San Francisco,
has returned on a visit to this city.
Mr. Scatterly, since leaving hen
last year, has been at Vii toria,
Seattle. Honolulu, and will return
to the city ol quakes tomorrow.
le was greatly surprised at the
llieiiomenal growth oi thc Ambitious City,
Mrs. J. V. Grisback, ol Sacramento, Cil.,   is  visiting  friends
lllle.
l>r. II. Dicrsscn, ol Grant, Cah,
was registered at the Hotel North
Vancouver this week. The doctor
is In 11 on .1 business and pleasure
trip 1 mbined,
1; 11 tered at Hotel North Vancouver this week is John Dicrssen,
junior, ol S,u rameiito,
' 15 Allen, Toronto, Ont.,
rcpresi nting the Ilimiin Reid Co.,
wholesale paper dealers, ol that
city, was here on Wednesday
II. reports business extremrly
good in his Iin.", and will n turn ill
j .tn1.11
I. 11.iniia. ol this city, lelt on
tin 1 I'. li. limited Im Si. John,
N. I;. yesterday. He will attend
ilia-1 onvcntion ol C, P, R, lodges
ih. 1.. and ..11 Ins return Irip will
il 0 In 1 ih li gale .it il.." 1 1 n
lion lo l» held in Chics ... on Sep-
uml" 1 mtli, ..| the Brnthi il a. .1 ul
Railwaj I annon
A \|.l. iiuiiii limerj wai 1 oming
in mi In-. In.nl. Irom Lynn
V.lla> ..11 Wednesday night,
In uift a huge hrown bear
..ii Ninti.nil. Btreet At bean in
Iricl an nol ai 1 I ned to
hikes tin one took lo lhc woods,
and the tloiighl) alderman pumped
li j- 1.1 hardei Hie n hi wns
(...irn, bm ao rapid ih u ih.' wheel
it the cit] Iati 1 was .1   cool as
a    i   U II III I a. I      ' |t!g| 1, 1
lhan   the   .it 111 ipi   li     .hi'ii   he
rrivi I in the city.
1      11   A tame magpie  Owner
can have s.iiur by applying to W.
I.. Keene, Fifteenth stie.t.
1 ■ 1 Foi hot tes md cattle
al Seymour Creek, fenced and
pii ntj '.I Irish watei Apply to
Chid Jim Harry, Seymour Creek,
i ' , Championship medal.
'"; p    1    1    Mi Donough,   First
Sll" 1
or nu:
NORTH    VANCOUVER
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
\
Have a number ol enquiries Inr close in Business lots,
especially on the Esplanade, lirst and Second Streets;
more especially west of tonsil.ilc Avenue.
N. II. To Owners i It would be greatly io your advantage
to list with us exclusively any property you mny wish to
dispose ol in the above described location nt once.
PIIONI 6
P.O.BOX IS
EVES & LAWSON
IllO'll'sos Kim-f
lONISIIVtl    (HMI,
Between la.plaii.itlt- -ind lira! SI.
NUB 1 ll VANCOUVER, B. C,
D
Reopened
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS
PATRONIZE
UNION
BARBER
G. il. Hadley, Prop.
(I
UU.
Auctioneers
Accountants,   Auditors   General
Commission Hrokers
Real [slate Agents
FAIRBANKS MORSE
GASOLINE MARINE ENGINES
Tn.xrao.11 B21M
W. NICHOLSON LAILEY
ARCIIIirCT
Temporary Offlce—F. Cudney's
Paint Shop, Esplanade,
North Vancouver, 13. C.
Fiirrifl'-kcPiinI .lames Viilfs""
carriage builder       general smith
Horse sHoeiNo a specialty
niiiKNT  CASES   Al'l'I.V
Sixth Slreet Pender Street
North Vancouver      Vancouver, B. C.
It. 11. Tarn, Mgr.
sixth Btreet, NORTH VANCOUVER
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE, OR
CALL AT OUR WAREHOUSE AND SEE ENGINES
THE CANADIAN FAIRBANKS CO.
 LTD	
MONTH KA I. TORONTO WIN'Nil'Kll
VANCOUVER.   LO]   WATER  STREET
THE   SOCIAL
r'in in >u n 1 of net
'PUONESSil
Ciillet-ii.iin, Boi'N Renting, 8t0.
All Kill,Is..! Ili-I|, Buppllw on Short Nolle*
11. William
Offices 20 iWi'll St.
VANOOUVER, 11. ('.
PALACE HOTEL
III si II I'MSIIII) lllllll   ON  llll COAST
AN IT'-Til-l'ATr,
TOURIST lll'.snItT
Rinsi 11.(30 PER
DAY AND UP
Spec inl Hull's to lamilics and Regular Boarder*
Hall-hour Ierry rnnnecllon t.i and Irom Vanconver.  ll"t nml cold
ivuii'i" iii every r....m.   li.'iurii call ln-ll-t in every room.
REDA & ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Siconi) Strkkt, NORTH  VANCOUVER, B. C,
If you are going to BUILD
or do any ALTERATIONS
consult un snd we will
save you MONEY.
Plans, Etc.,   prepared  lor  any
style house. Estimates furnished
BUILDERS     6th St., West
A. H. MACPHERSON
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
SOUTH   VANCOUVER, .  *  .   U. 0,
Offlce lining nnd stair tiuiltling a
specialty'
Ollice—Corner Lonsdale and waterfront. Tel, 3.
1101K
Prlrcs Mwa-v Blflhl
J. Xa McMILLAN, Grocer
rpilE COUNCIL INVITES APPLIOA;
I 1'IIIN-     IW     ll""     |'a*lla,|l      .a|      |<l'||l|
TasCollector,   Amd i nli I ilatecom'
. .,,,.1   \| nil ii ii- to be in
iK'luro tho 2nd ol Attjti
ia"   I'iiii.ii',
C.M.C,
PROGRAM
1, Invi".-inni.i- iii ll'iil Eslalo to lie profitable
sliould include somo of North Vancouver's
Inst lnls and acreage.
2, A North Vancouver firm for North Vancou
ver illVi'.-tol'.-.
3, Buy at headquarters of the oldest incorporated
liciil   Estate  i'n. with  chief   place   of
business in North Vancouver.
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO. Ltd.
J. W. BALMAIN
CIVIL    liNlilNBKH
AND AHCHITBCT
Huns, Quantities, Levels
Superintendence ol Construction
Fourth Street, Corker Loksdalb Ave.
NORTH  VANCOUVER.
When you want
a job of Painting
or Paper Hanging
or Kalsomining
done.   See
Hardy & Stoney
Six i ii Street "
NORTH   VANCOUVER.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Comer Lonsdale Ave and Fifth St.
TEL, IS
NORTH VANCOUVER
The Express, $1 Yea''
Trade Marks
Deiiqns
Copyrights Ac.
Aninntllending ,, ikelcl. nnd doierlptlnn mr.)
miiriiii lui-.'f'iiiii our opinion (mo thttliM u
lla.-.lhaal,   I. IT'lI-nlaly tl*,!.a|ll:ll'l(l.    ( >'.., lllll till--*-
t"niSMrtrtlTr».,.n"ontl.l. HANDBOOK on P.I.OU
iciildoo. (HiImI nu.-n.-r Inr mtiiiiii* putenn.
I'iloi.l. luken iWaainili Munn A ft, reralM
itittinl nutlet, without clmr-e, In Iho
Scientific American.
K hnnniwmdf lllnnrn-o-S wMklr.  lamnar-
;:^)r„;^:::fiSB^aiJsfi*!
MUNN & Co """•"•"• New If cri:

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