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VOLUME V.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, OCIOliER ll. 1907.
NUMBER 8
The Norlli Vancouver Board ol
Trade held its second annual
meeting on Tuesday evening in
the city hall. It was a most
enthusiastic gathering, all being
unanimous in the welfare, protection and advancement of the industrial and commercial interests
and resources of the Ambitious
City, Mr. Chas. E. Tisdall, ex-
M. P. P., and member of the Vancouver Board of Trade, made an
excellent address, which was well
applauded.
Among those present were: His
Worship Mayor Kealy, Chas. E.
Tisdall, ex-M. P. P., Aid. A.
McKay Jordan, Aid. W. J. Dick,
Aid. VV. J. Irwin, Kev. J. D. Gillam, District Engineer Donald
Cameron, P. Larson, Alex. Philip,
C. M. C,, ErnestTownsley. W. L.
Boult, R, T. Blackburn, Henry A.
Shaw, l. Waidon. A. A. Crowston,
A, V, Gardner, Fred. Tuck, E. C.
Parry, A. J. PictotvWarlow, C. K.
Hickman, S. I). Scliullz, A. S.
Billings, T, L. Kennedy, Jack
Loulet, John J. Murray, A. E.
Anders, James Murray, jr., Jas.
Kieldhouse, D. G. Dick, W.
Nicholson-Lailey, L. Reda, D. W.
Elder, G. J. Phillippo, W. C.
Green, Geo. Bartley, J. B. Williams.
At 8 o'clock the hall was comfortably Idled when Vice-president
Phillippo called lhe meeting to
order. He said that it was on the
23rd ol |uly, Iijo6, when a lew
business men got together and arranged that a hoard ol trade should
be started. The idea prevailed
that something was needed to develop North Vancouver. There
was an attendance of 40 at a Subsequent meeting, when different
committees were formed to carry-
out the objects ol the board, particularly the fostering of trade and
industry. In this regard a railway
line was given encouragement to
conn- into the city. At present the
assurance is that the Canadian
Northern Railway has made arrangements to build to Burrard
inlet. The speaker assured his
hearers that with the magnificent
water front, the facilities were not
alone available Ior the require
ments ol railways, but as well for
wharves. (Applause.) "It was
only a short time ago that many
thought that the consummation of
this idea was only a dream, but it
is no dream," he said amidst applause. In 1886 the population ol
Vancouver City was comparatively
few, now it is estimated at 70,000.
There were only about 1,200 people living here a year or so ago,
now there are 3,000. This shows
the great development that has
been going on here in so short a
time. Despite the present monetary situation things in general
here have not been dull. People
were coming into ibis city from all
over the world. The vol nine ol
business done, as well as in real
estate, was greater than that of a
year ago. "I think, however, it is
just as well to go slow, but sure,"
he said. Regarding tbe promotion ol industries, thu beat advertising was the providing of suitable
roads, as when they were built
easy access would be given nol
alone to manufactories but to the
homes ol the Ambitious City.
The citizens must get together and
concentrate their efforts to make a
great city. We bave everything
to make up a great city," said the
vice-president, lie referred in
pleasing terms to the splendid
work done (or the up-building of
the place by Mayor Kealy, as well
as Alderman Irwin, Smith, Emery, were wanted.   People do not un-
Jordan and others.   These gentle- derstand the lack ol industries,
men had done much for the well- and  until a railway comes here
being ol the board ol trade, the they can't be got."   His worship
present membership of which was
now 130, and applications were
coming in all the time. (Ap
plause.) Among some things
needed in North Vancouver was a
better lerry service. The board
did its bast to have the people
pass the by-law. Unfortunately,
however, the proposed by law did
not pass. He thought that if it
was brought up again the electors
might do different. Another matter that the board dealt with during the year was the improving of
the trail to Grouse Mountain,
under the able chairmanship of
D. G. Dick, of the Tourists and
Settlers Committee, There were
a great many beauty spots in the
distiict, and thc trail is one of the
very best. During the year Mr.
Flumerlelt, ol the Vancouver
Tourist Association, the Hon. Mr.
Cotton, M. P. P. lor this district,
His Worship Mayor Kealy, and
Mr. Alex. Philip, C. M. C, had
delivered addresses at the regular
meetings ol the board. Lately
the board held a very successful
conversazione in Larson's pavilion
and another entertainment was
looked forward to. He hoped tbe
members would try to pull well
together and achieve that suecess
which tliey have earned "Mr.
Phillippo took his seat amidst
loud agplause.
His Worship Mayor Kealy complimented the vice-president and
secretary, for their work had been
tremendous. The board ol trade
since it had started had lone good
work. Every item ol importance
that came forward had been taken
up by it and stayed with Irom
start to finish. The lerry was the
burning question ol the hour.
(Applause.) Such matters as the
ferry, bridge and railway equally
dealt with the district and city. A
large number had big interests
here. But the lack of transportation facilities had given the place
a backward set—more or less
"And to succeed we must put
lour shoulders to tbe wheel in
sjead ol two—we want people of
push, push, push," said his wor-
tliip amidst applause. The possibilities in North Vancouver lor
Iruit growing were immense, The
fruit grown in the level valley,
reaching across the district into
the Lynn and on to the Seymour
will compare favorably with lhe
up country product. The matter
of government fruit inspectors not
coming into North Vancouver
should be taken up by the board.
The reason advanced for their not
inspecting the orchards here was
that there was not enough trees.
At a recent meeting of eight, no
less than 5,000 trees were counted,
and it is calculated Ihere are
double this number ol trees in
North Vancouver. (Applause.)
Vancouver City could be supplied
with half the fruit she requires.
He hoped that the board of trade
would hack up the horticultural
society in asking the government
lor an tree inspector. (Applause.)
11 We have a wonderful wealth,
too, ol tourist attractions. That
wealth cannot be taken advantage
ol unless tr tils, roads and the like
are opened up. We must make
accommodation lor the tourists,"
added his worship. "Willi these
numerous attractions, il we do not
allow more hotel accommodation,
then our labors would be in vain.
The more people induced lo visit
us the more people you will have
here for life. The matter of having
more hotels was not a question of
sel'ing liquor, but lor people to
come here, More railway facilities
said that all agitation possible to
force the railway companies to
drop the fyled plans or build
should be made. (Applause.) "It
was not right for any railway company to tie up the land and waterfront. The commissioners agreed
to this a year and a half ago. In
the meantime, however, the company got an extension of time
when nobody knew anything about
it. "But we must not sit down
and wail while that extension is
banging over our heads," said the
speaker amidst applause. There
were three great questions in
Nortli Vancouver, the bridge, the
ferry and the railway, and bis worship hoped that the officers that
were elected for the new term
would act in conjunction with the
council to get these questions
settled.   (Applause.)
Chas. E.  Tisdall, ex-M. P. P.,
received a very hearty reception.
He said he was a very busy man.
His experiences had been with but
one board ol trade, which he had
been connected with for seventeen
or eighteen years.    In  Canada
boards of trade were government
institutions.   In interesting terms
Mr. Tisdall sketched the rise and
progress   of   these   institutions.
Tbe first board of trade was organised  500  years   ago at Marseilles, France, to keep the government alive to tbe interests of
trade and commerce.    The first
established in the old country was
at  Glasgow  and   the  second at
Edinburgh.   Later several places
organized them,  and a great work
was done. Manchester was largely
instrumental in getting the corn
laws passed. Now all decent sized
cities had  either  a  chamber of
commerce or a board of trade.   In
Canada,    before   a   government
board of trade could be formed,
the city must have a population 0
2,500, and the board a membership
ol 30.   The Vancouver board ol
trade had initiated several things
in   the   interests  of   commerce,
among which were the small debts
court.   Statistics   were  dry, and
the only time they were read were
when people were going  inlo a
new city or distiict.    ln this regard the Toronto board ol trade
had followed the style of the annual report of  Vancouver.   The
printing  and  compiling   of   the
Vancouver repoit cost about fiHno
a year,  but no work  had  done
more lor Vancouver than this publication.    .(Applause.)    lie   suggested  that   North   Vancouver
should gel up a report along the
same  lines.    Another important
thing, Mr. Tisdall suggested,  was
the forming of an arbitration committee to settle disputes arising between capital  and   labor.    (Ap
plause.)   Mayor Kealy, in allud'
ing to the bridge, said Mr. Tisdall,
il was only in combination that
the   merchants   could   ever   accomplish anything, and by pulling
together and  pushing  it  would
ultimately   be   procured.    (Ap
plause.)   The speaker dealt with
the question ol   freight rates in
lavor  ol   a  rival   city  at  some
length.     While   thc  Vancouver
board ol trade lost on this issue
before the railway commission, b
said, yet the influence ol the hoard
induced the C. P. R. to make a
concession  to   the   merchants ol
Vancouver.   Most of lhe work of
a hoard ol trade is actually done
by the different committees and
the    president    and    secretary.
"Keep party politics out ol Ihe
business   ol   your board,"  suggested Mr. Tisdall.   " Never allow party bias to mitigate afainst
your best interests. The good of
the community is linked with its
commercial enterprises," he added.
He complimented the board on the
public interest and enterprise not
lacking in North Voncouver.
(Prolonged applause.)
Mr. D. G. Dick, chairman ol the
tourist and settlers committee, re.
ported, in a neat speech, that during the year it received from
various sources the sum of K125,
to be expended on improvements
on and leading to Nortli Vancouver Heights, formerly known as
Grouse Mountain, of this amount
$90 on the trail, and $34.98 in
erecting a small building near the
summit, for a shelter in stormy
weather, had been expended.
There is still need of another small
house for the use of those who
cannot make the ascent to the
summit in one day, and trust a
few of those who are interested in
viewing the beauties ol nature
from the rugged cliffs of the summit of North Vancouver Heights
will contribute sufficient means to
enable the NorthVancouver board
of trade to erect other shelters to
protect the weary traveller against
the inclemency of the weather.
The committee endeavored to give
all information possible to tourists
and settlers by distributing printed
matter and otherwise. By so
doing North Vancouver has become better aud more favorably
known. It may seem strange, but
at first meeting with the travelling
public very few ol theni seem to
realize that North Vancouver was
superior to any other place on
earth, but as the place became
better known it has become more
favorably understood. (Applause.)
Mr. Townsley spoke on the requirements ol increased hotel accommodation. He thought that
the two hotels here could easily
cater to the needs of tin- public.
Dr. McK. |ordan, chairman of
the public improvements com
mittee, reported at some length
Regarding the telephone service
he said that the city was handicapped and thai business was curtailed thereby. He spoke against
the system ol short operating
hours. -' What is needed, and
needed badly," said thc worthy
alderman, "is a continuous service, as well on Sunday, and a llat
rate." (Applause.) "At all
times stand by lhc board
whether a committeeman or as
private member. The proposal of the bridge across the
Second narrows would benefit
Vancouver more than North Vancouver. He thought Vancouver
should take up this matter 1111
mediately. Ile spoke of the
Asiatic invasion, and said that
(he people of British Columbia
were the real contributors of the
poll tax on Chinese.   (Applause.)
Alex. Philip, C. M. C, and
member ol the commerce and industry committee, spoke at some
length, but more particularly II
drafted tha tourists and settlers
committee regarding the road lo
Eagle Harbor and Deep Cove
i Applause.)
Secretary W. .1, Irwin, wn- mlled
Ilpofl.   Mr, Irniii llu.iinin tin. filial year
iv.lv 1,111 tii.. Initiative »f tin* work mnl
llml it would In- till incentive 1,1 iniprnie-
mi-nt Im tin- M'.i'inl ,,ti...   It., ilea gnvo
ii reporl <.f tin- ratripbi ntnl illabui-jea
llli'llK
S. ll. H.Iniil*. ili.iiiiii.in nf Iln' b'gis-
liiiin- nnd inhninwtmlive isimmitii'1'. -nt-l
llml nothing Inui ben referred In til*
committee nml In* Ihercfiiro liml tm ro*
•mrt tn lllllkc. Ill* lllnllglll, however,
llml Ilm n<vi.*«it.. nf Iln* I'l.iiiiiuuiil.r nl
I,irk"'   |.iillliiil   together   in   nil   mailer-
..I |riii,tii. Interest nml especially tlm
bridge, ferry mel ntilivtiy qneettofil wns
..I tin. meet Inpettanca,
M. S.  Mell.iwHI,    chairman nf the
""jamlavititp nnil grievance cnmminoo,
report*! tint there mn no grievance*
nt:
eli
mnl tlmi tin- manihernhlp roll li
'-.I 1:111 members.
Tin* i.|i.|.|iiui „r new nfflcers follow***]
mnl ivtts its follows; President, (iw. ,|.
I'liiliiiiim; first vlcc-proniileiit, \v, .1.
Irwin: second vice-president, I), tl.
Nek; treasurer, II. It. i|,ff,,||; ,,,,,1 ,(,,,
olinlfm if   tlio   several   ntnimltlcn
wore, commerce nmi tti<liistt*lt>». II. c.
Wright; agricultural ainl minim.-, a. a.
I'riiwMiiii; transportation, A. II. Stencyi
tourists nml snltliM's. ,1. It. ,|. Murray;
imlilii' Improvement, 1. JValilen; publicity
mnl Information, (Inn. Bnrtleyi finance!
II. It. Heffell: legislation mul ndniitiisl
Irntlnn, S. II. Scliullz; membership mi,I
grievance, D. W. Kliler; reception nml
i-tilorlniiiiuoiit,  M.  S.  McDowell.
'I'ln* iiiiiliini's fnr 1I10 prist nml rustling
.vi'iir were iippnlnli'il unit wcrr- A, Phillip
mul .1, Murray,
A vute iif tiiniiits was thou tendered
tlm officers fnr tlieir work during ilm
piml year nml nlso to Mr. Tlwlale fur
his niii'iiilmii'i' nmi information.
Ai nu exwmtlve meeting willed after
ilm general meeting Mr. Selkirk, editor
..f "Where .To Hn," ivns appointed secretary.
The regular rncelirlg of the district
ouni'il wan held on Fridny evening in
thn municipal hull. Ths Ui-.ua. nnd
Councillor) Rot-eon and McNaught wan
present. Tbe minutes ol ths liet meeting vers adopted.
P. Ford asked for ao sitension ol
Dover Court road to his properly, which
waa referred to the board of works.
Mim Jfomewnod offered to pnrrhaat*
nine acre* in II. I,. KM. The oiler was
ile.liueil.
The secretary of Cue 0. II. 1'. M. wrote
asking if Ilm council hint nny amendments In Miggcet to the Municipal
Clans**' mt.   Referred in ths clerk in
ro|mrl.
Mii*t-, Kmg.1i1.1d, Smith A Co, write
.taking Iii lie npimintnl auctioneers fm
(he district l.iinl mile. The letter wh
received nnd filed,
The   city   ilerk   of   North    V.ma nut nr
»rote tlmt ihe city council had received
mid I1I11I the district council's loiter
uilh copj ..1 resolution regarding the
mallei ol arbitration. The matter was
laid mer 1.. .1 mil meeting ol the counj
cil.
Tenders for Center rood were mu
opened, bul the specification was timendi
nl unit H 11,,- resolved 1.1 mil fnr ten*
ilci- In Is* in In   noil  1 ting ,,f   ||„,
council, A number uf plans wero sub*
milted tm approval nnd passed,
A letter from Mr. llnu-ori llml he
Imd authority from MJ. Keith 1.. reltv
coin iho i.illWi road from Keith road
to lhe ictnetcti Ii, provide .1 letler
gii-ilo, mul Unking In inert tlio district
(inginnoi in Iho mutter, wns read, He
solved Ihal iho engineei go nver the
ground uiih Mi.   Dawson    Plans   if
lure-dioro hind- in fronl nl -In-i I   end-
tti ll. I„ mi, vn, lill, uui woro received
from  Ml.  Iln.ullli'\.    II.-,,,lu-l Ii, ajipli
tii the Dominion government tm grnnte
iur these lands,
The financial reports wera   received
.mil adopted.
The ilerk reported settlement of Mr.
liieen't, 1 latin lot widcnm** Lonedala
avenue for Ihe sum of ill'.,.
The engineer repotted prnftssi wilti
the l.ynn lindfs work and also tbst tbs
work of rspsinng I'anlsr road snd miking additional 1 roaamgs on I.inn Vallsy
mid »■'. Iwing pris-ccded mill Resolved
In «*k thf iiiy council In coniierl the
Raltfa  Mid  mill  Robson  r.,:><l 111 II,  I
Highways appropriation bylaw wu ln<
traduced dealing with land no. oe-nry
lur lhe Mnrr rond, the May mul, the
"<»— road, .md Uie straightening nf ths
Keith ri.nd nonr lhc Capilano ruer.
A l.il.iu  l„ ri-|s',il putt n( the   l.ynn
('reck bylaw »j- also inbmltted   nml
considered
Reeolred tlmi Councilloi Mi Naught
hnvo authority to give md In the llnrin
family if Mich is found Menaatf,
Resolved Ihal Mr. [van Cameron 1*
•■ngiigod in rtaslsl in preparing   bridge
nnd otbef plane.
The Hiiincil then nilji.urncd.
. I. fl, (1, ul
I'lii* Nnrlh Vancouver Athletic Clnli'ii
-tii'iki'i- Insl livening wu- one of tlu-'m-
ll'iiiliiilis nf  th,. ,|.;is.,|t.    Nn|   i.nly  was
ii 11 financial ruccoss, but it ivns. also
without ihiiilu i'ln* must popular smoker
.nt pulled off in tho .ily.
The program was very nicely nrraiig-
o.l mul nt in. time «u- iiicie 11 lagging
nf Interest ,,t delay.
Tlm  progri polled   uilli  n  plauo
-"I.i "The lioll   New  Xork" by Mr.
,1. Alexniiih'i'.   Following ivns u SDSg by
Mr. W. r. .1 "Asleep in tin* Hoop,-
mid 11 i|iini'io| l.y Messrs. llarrnp, Wmsl,
Ale-outlier nml Young. Al this .stage
Mayor Kealy announced lbs opening nf
i'ln- Kangaroo, His worship, besides
acting us iiininuiiiii, was iln* supreme
judge ill the OOUtt pl-nctt'ilillgs, tnii] llr.
Jordan appeared nu Counsel fnr the defence nml Mr. II. ('. Wrighl ns prosecuting attorney, all nppeuriiig in wigs
nud g'livns. Very gruio charges were
brought against some of tlm pn.tuiuent
liii/cns, mill in particular against a
number of aldermen present, who, wbllq
in Victoria a sliort lime since sited
us Ibe eluirges rend, iu u most unbecoming milliner, considering tho high nnd
honorable positrons which Ihey hold iu
Iho city.   As a matter of course, iho
prosecutor substantiated ail his charges
uud obtalued a conviction iu everj vase,
mul tbe usual fin* me Imposed by the
Judge.
llr. 8am. Robb took ibe platform aad
made aereral clever hlta. The mayor
aui rail uuo of the sMcruiru who were
present, received particular reference.
llii reference ro graud Larson) come
iery ugatbritLglDg llu- evening to u tumultuous (-.inclusion,
I',,11,.wing tii Intervals in ll"' court
cu-os while prieniiots wore being sought
nui. ivoii* s„nj,s nml recitations, ivhich
t-nu-dsted of n song I.i Mr. II. C.Wright,
recitation hy Mr. liuiiliior. soug by Mi.
Ilatwp, "Snug of Ilm How." Mr. (.'. I',
.lanl.-i.ii, i|uurtela "tunic Tommy Went
;i Fishing," by Mi*.----. Ilm top, Wood,
Alexander and Voting; Miiig, "14110,11 61
the I'.n nh." Mr. third ',
An cvhiliitioti wrestling m.ii'h between
Champion Hod lleiisbuw nml Kid
ri...iiip-,ii was vii iiitei-'-iiiiL-, tin- ib'-
eisiol, fullillg lo lli'll-liUW Who -."HI.'I
.UIO  I'llll ill  llu* Iilil.' nil..11.	
A basing 1."in belweeu Hamilton and
White ol Momlyvllh1 1,-nin-l in s draw,
Mr. Spence and Mi. It--, hntb "f
Norlh Vancouver, developed s grout
deal of amusement .nnt the earnest innil-
nor iii whloh ihey mixed tilings up,
drew ilu- audi In Ihelr fed repeatedly.   The referee ai 11 1 n draw.
Tbe concluding event was nu exhibition Imiu between tw.. saDon in Ihelr
I'lmrucli'ii-iie style of l>o*.iiig.
At  the .1  I'r.-hleiit   M' Ken/.io. ..f
the ntliloiie cluli, took the plntfnrin mnl
moved 11 hearty vote nf (honks in the
iii.ijnr, aldermen present, Mr. .1. Alex-
sutler, Mr. Wrighl mid Dr. Jordan ami
tin* mnny otlrora who contributed in tbo
evening's ovnni-. His motion was followed by tend apph  wWch amply
showed llie ami-fuel i.m foil throughout.
Killed a Bear.
Mr. .1, W. II,,rue hns given inHrno
thins lo prepare    bis    partii    eroetcil
biiH'k-i „n l/insdale iivi-iiuc, Immediately.
north of tin- . ily IiiiiI. for llio nitdilloii
..f it second ai.,roi.   T| riglnnl plnns
call for only ono slnrov, but smite
I'bnitge in the arrangements nml mn»(
prnlmhly the wiih nf the Intending
leasee iiecewliateil this nlteriiH'in.
A psrli nf three sportsmen seiured .1
fine spenntsn of a black bsar back ol
ilroitss mountain Saturday afternoon.
Tha party consiated of Mr. F. U'lls
snd Mr. Gray, of Vancouver, and W. C
(Irean, nf North Vanrourar. llr. Mill.
aaa lhe fortunats ktllsr. lis hns also
4 number nf ei.ellotit lri.phi.-fi to hie
• icilit   killed  by  his own  band  in lh'
monjitalni neat la Vaaronvsr.
The part) Imd splendid weather .unl
beside*, bo-tig emii-atifiil m gam*. Ihey
won- sl*-, fi.rttiniiln in having a liver, a
ennurii und ,1 tine day coupled logrlhoi,
iihiih i" n i in ittiist.inic that soklniii
haypans. Several (tit lure-' wote taken
of thn group and nl-<> nf the victor and
vnni|ila*ihcd.
A new pluml.iiig ntnl tin shop hns
been opened in one of the new stores
ill  (lie Thompson block,    un    l.nm*.lii!.'
avenue, between First uml Neoniul
streei^.    The proprietor ii -fames I'm*
-er. of Vs (Icon ver. Mr. Fraser ia s
practical tain snd thoroughly under-
-innil, lhe bn-in.'*a, mil i-mvlllerlng ll.e
number uf biilliliiirs tlmt sre in 1.1111-1.
nl erociinii iu tlie ciiy st the. pre-i'iit
limn nml lite large in>iiil"*r 1.1 lis Unlit,
llien* is hardly .1 .build ss to the surce-n
nf (he now enterprise. North Vancouver
Is fast onigrowlng lis en bene singe
ami III alninst every line competition is
arising . THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
North Vancouver, li. C,
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Subscription, ♦l.Utl
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Express Printing Company, lias severed
his connection therewith, nud all nc.
counts owing it..' said company paid G
C, Shaw from i1 is date will not he
recognized as paid,
Tm. Esprbss Printing Compasv.
Norlli Vancouvei B.C., Oct, I, 1907,
Church Notice
Horticultural Association
An address to the members and
Iriends ol the association will he
held in the Orange hall, over H. C.
meat market, Lonsdale avenue, on
Monday evening, 14th insl. at 8
p. in. Subjects: "The Dairy Cow,
I lei Slimmer Food and Winter
Care," introduced by Mr, W. F
KmI,I. Simcoe, Out., ami "The
Head, the Hearl, the Hand, the
Tripod ul Successful Work," introduced by Mis:. Laura Ross,
Guelph, Ont.
A large attendance ol ladies and
gentlemen is requested,
Card of Thanks
The officers ol the athletic dub
wish to tender tlieir thanks lo
those who so ably assisted in the
programme at tlieir smoker, as
well as those who attended. From
start to finish the allair was a huge
success, ami the treasury was substantially augmented,
NORTH  VANCOUVER CATHOLIC
1NW.IN   MISSION.
Sunday Services - - Mass at is
a, in., Sunday school at 2:30 p.m;,
benediction at 3 p. 111.
Pastor: Kev. E. l'eylavin, 0,
M, I. V. S.
ST, ANDREW'S PRESHYTERIAN CHURCH
SIXTH STREET,
Services will be conducted as
usual on Sunday by the pastor,
Sunday school, 2:30 p, in.
Service at Moodyville school at
7:30 p. 111,
Prayer meeting on Wednesday,
8 o'clock,
All are welcome,
Pastor: Kev. J. D. Gillam, M.A,
See the advertisement (or intimation of the pleasant evening
provided hy the Ladles' Aid of the
Presbyterian church, on Sixth
street, for Tuesday evening, in
the (uini of a cheap trip lo Scot
land.    Fare only 20 cents.
Boom the city ami district.
Miss n. a. dohner
Experienced music teacher, grnduatoo
i 'onsorvuiury of Musio, Paris, Franin
will givo lesfunti ovary Saturday after
nunti at Nurlh Vancouver, Studio, Mr*
Anili't'snn's, 'ITiit'li'i-ntli Btroet, come
I'lic-lcrlielii ilvenuu, next to (lliurcli e
England,   Fur particulars apply
MISS M A. IKIll.NE'll,
Vancouver, H. (J.
Ui'iioral Dollvory.
ELDER,  MURRAY  CO.
METHODIST  litem II,   ORANOE HALL,
Class meeting 10 a. ill,
Morning service 11 a. in.
Sunday school 12 o'clock,
livening service at 7:30 p. 111.
Rev. H. II. Balderston, li. A.,
pastor,
S'l   lOllN'STHE EVANIIEI.IST, Sl VENTH
ANII THIRTEENTH SHU.1.13.
Holy Communion, 8 a, m,
Morning prayer, 11 a, in.
Evening prayer, 7.30 p, in.
On the lirst Sunday iu the month
there will be a second celebration
of the Holy Communion at 11 a.m.
Rector: Kev.  Hugh Hooper.
' HIM cut Kill. ORANOE HALL,
LONSDALE AVENUE,
Sunday school at 2 p. m.
Service at 3 p  111.
Conducted by Kev. David Long.
All are welcome.
New Resort
A place ol high-class amusement
will he made on the three acres ol,
the lh C Electric Railway Company's property in this city next
The pivacher in the Presbyterian church on Sunday morning
will he thc Kev. Jas. A, Gillam.
M. A., the brother ol thc pastor,
As Mr. Gillam goes up country
next week to a mission Held in the
Kootenay, this will be the last
chance to hear him preach lor
somo time to come. The pastor
is to take part in ihe anniversary
services at Cedar Cove on Sunday
....       A private syndicati   has morning| which used t0 lorm his
la-, ed  the company's holding i,
which  are   situated  next   to   the
tram  line   terminus,   corner   ol
. first   tri el and Lonsdale
avenne, When put into shape
tl na v. 1. it will lm run on the
modi 1 of Coney Island, tin White
Ciiy in Chicago and Lima Pari; in
Seattle,
Stoni y St Co. is the name ol a
in w lirm opening up here, who
are preparing to do all class ol
wallpapering, painting, glazing,
etc., etc., and will carry a very
large stock of the commodities
Another survey party went up [ound in a first-class store, There
to the headwatcrr ol Lynn creek wi|l be 110 need visiting the larger
mission held with Nortli Vancouver, but will be in his place as
usual on Sunday evening.
city lor needs in llic-se lines as
their stook will be reph te 111 evi ry
line ami ihr prices as] low il not
lower.   The new store is situated
thi   -a  :       I     irvey 1 copper
and zim 1 laim loi the (ial
ligci    :. In it'
1 hi I.:,, weather prevailing the
1 fin   t nn recoed lorlon   Lonsdale   avenue,   between
tl..   Lime ol the year, First and Second street, and will
,  ,, ,, ,,.ii'       bc doing business in a few da«s.
li II Uryce, agent loi llu 1 mon B
Com) ent north
,   . Subscribi loi Tin  Express.
rnENIlERSARK INVITED I'OR Till'
'    nnil:  nl  Clearing, (inibbiitu mu
Qradlug two partB ol tlio Centre Road,
conform in specification, thnt can he had
ut the District Municipal Mull, ivhci
nealeil tenders, tor althor purl, niiii de
posits, niiiHt lm lodged mt ur boluru 8
o'clock p. in. nn Friday, llu- I81I1 Insl,
ALEX, I'IIII.II',
0, M.O,
PUPILS WANTED
Miss Clapp ia prepared lo rccolvo 11
limited number of Pupils, between ibe
nftcs ul nix uml twelve years, at Iter rei-i.
lence on Find nlroot east, North Vancouver, B.C .
Information regarding terms, hotire,
i'te., will In- furnished on application,
LIST YOUR
PROPERTY
with rs por
ttiJICK SAI L
A. SMITH & CO.
JUNCTION   BLOCK
NOHIII VANCOUVLH.
Calgary
yr~
For Sale by All
Liquor Dealers
and All Hotels
A. C. Suckling
Vancouver, B. C.   'Phone 768
Canada's Finest
Product
Hastings street,
looking eastward,
near Granville,
Vancouucr, li.(' ■
in 188!)
Tin- liuiltling willi
iln- verandah is the
IjuIuIhI hotel, shortly in be lorn down
uml mii* of thirteen
i.ii-.'\- in I reeled
nil llu-    ll''
Tin1 -inn' im iln-
i  i'ln iililir
Imli I, tviw George
litirli'lilix'   "nu'i'i'v,
iiii which uin llin
in \ i niiiiilinii Hunk
of (lointni't'cc building, llll' I'll-llil'Sl
private t'lliliiT in
Ilm citv, is lit'inj;
erected.
Till i.< iho busies!
-. i-ti.iii ol tho 'Permit! il ('ih- at the
ore • ni time.
Vancouvor Attdrosst
430 Mellaril si.
'Phone im
Sill! 111 1 VSl'lll III!
1'1'lt'V CllSll
WEEKLY 11ST
Hci Coding Oct. iiiii.
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'..anliim liimk
'Phone 37
Description
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I In i.uiisiliili'iivi'iiiie.   Atilileal silo,
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MO        | li.i        |    ill elllni'li, I.ynu Villle, innil.
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i ON in vi i   ESTATE, I). I   265
Wt: HAVE BTII.h A FEW UOOD 1,0TB IN Tills BLOCK
LOTS 1'llnM  *'(J.1t (1AU11, sisa
NORTH VANCOUVER HU! h IWI CO,, LTD,
Summer Time Table, 19J7
.HAVING VANCOUVEI?
CITY:
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11,16 "
7.26 "
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STEAMER
N.  VANCOUVER.
0.46 A.M.
10.45 "
11.46 "
12.45 I'.M,
1,46 "
2,45 "
3.45 "
4.46 "
6.45 "
11 15 "
LEAVING   NOKTIl VANCOUVER CUV:
STEAMER
ST. U.EOROE.
•0,20 A, M.
•7,20 "
8.20 "
11.00 "
0.46   "
10.46 "
11.46 "
12.45 I'. M.
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10.45  "
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STEAMER
N. VANCOUVER,
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1,15 "
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3,15 "
4.15 "
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f. W. TEMPLER 6 CO.
GROCERS
PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT
THE STORE 0E QUALITY
Corner  Alb  St.  and  Lonsdale  Ave.
TELEPHONE 4.0
$4 MEN'S $4 SHOES   $4
it&f&Srv
We claim tocarry tlie lies
ol this popular priced Shoe in
tlie city.
Box Call Lined, Double
Sole, Goodyear Welted
A RAINY DAY BOOT
Vevnr Call, Gun Metal Call, or
Fine Dongola, single or double
slip soles. All Goodyear Welti
Neat Dressy Boots,
ALL AT $4.00
PYKE'S SHOE STORE
51O HASTINGS STREET W.
A RARE CHANCE
ll,u,y,,ii lit-iii to oui Hi'.; tlowiefurnisliing Sale yet?
II nnt, you '.' ilil 11 'i .Mr l'1"- ''• positively the
largest
September
Furniture Sale
mill l.l in tin-city.   W  H  "I'li:'lv ,"1"1"
,„„,,,„:,,,, a .t. •. "I Itmiicliirnishingi to make
m,,,,, |.,i n'i ■:•■■'■- I'hi ''■ )'ont "i'l""'"""'- ot
,„,,., ,, !„;• wiving nnd "i IHI ' >•■""■'' 'ot le8a
„,„„., il,.in ordinarily. Wu hope you will call on m
in,| 1,, „, hiivt* lhe pleasure nl showing you the
a ,101,1 |,inp |, .In. ti an- 111 ' Vi i.H ! lllioughollt llli)
■ tm
THE HO-JSEFIRNISHERS
JSSSimiimSSm
  D. A. SMITH, Ltd.
COUN: R 0E Wl II: I AND MINIMUS MRU IS
V k N .', 0 I V I. R,  ».  C, THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
B*B
Rolled Oats
Flour
Haij and feed
Seeds
ALL ORDERS
DELIVERED
The Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
llany Mitchell, local manager,
Lonsdale Avenue,
Fine, healthy Tomato and
Cauliflower Plants, grown from
Sutton's Seeds, always on hand.
TENDERS
rpENDKUS WANTED Kill! SLASH-
1   INU at North Vancouver,
For specifications and particulars ap*
ply tn
ROBERT WAHD & CO,,
Uor. Hastings and Homer st*..
Vnncourer, II. 0,
PATRONIZE
the
BOARD OF TRADE
BARBER SHOP
Lonstlak Avenue,
near corner of First street
BATHS
CIGARS and TOBACCOS
BIRT CAMPBELL
Prop.
G. E. JORGENSEN
Civil engineer anil II. C. land Surio-or
•MOM -W28
Railway*, linage*. IVntcr Power", KMImmei,
Sii|.i-rlnti-ii.li'iu-ii ul t'liiistructliiii, Mii|u. Towu*
ulli-s, Mlulni! i'liiliiis,Siili'lilvl»liiu-,elc
sii Utullnga St. W., ■ • vani'iiuvkii, n. 0,
A. A. CROWSTON
GENERAL   BROKER.
in,. NOI All V PUBLIC
Insurance:  In all Ita Branchea.
Mining:  Placer and Hydraulic.
Timber:  Hardwood, Cedar and Fir.
MANM'.Hi FOR THE COMMERCItl
PnoiccrtVE Aocncv.
Oilico : Firat St , E. of Lonadale Ave.
Mabel.e Williscroft
PIANO TEACHER
Hpeclal attention glvon lu tiiujeriiig
nml inn*; production.
Studio!  Second cottage, Bgulli Seventeenth, Lonsdale Kind.
A lull board was present at last
night's special meeting of the city
council.
The district council submitted a
financial account to date against
tlie city.   Received and tiled.
Another letter Irom the same
source, asking the city to open up
a road connecting the Keith and
Kobson roads. Referred to board
of works with power to act.
The by-laws ol the Union of B.
C. Municipalities were read to
the council through the medium of
the Canadian Municipal Journal,
Alderman Emery presented
several applications lor tbe extension of the water works system.
Mis worship said that there were
no funds at present on band lor
this work.
Alderman Emery said that he
would bring in tt bylaw next
regular meeting to raise the sum
of $40,000 for needed expenditure
on the waterworks.
Aid. Irwin recommended that a
contour plan and map he made of
I). I.. 1620, lhe cemetery plot.
Also that three-quarters ol an acre
be cleared and levelled immediately lor cemetery purposes.
Health Officer Campbell sub-
milted bis quarterly report, lie
suggested that placards be used
other than the ones provided by
the province for unsanitary and
infectious premises.
The health committee were
recommended to ri port on health
conditions prevailing at the Indian
mission.
Aid. Smith, chairman ol Ihe
police committee, recommended
that a dog pound bc located at the
end of Third street west. Also
that the charges be 25 cents, in
addition to the li lee, per head,
and that the poundkeeper receive
hall of the lees.
Adjourned.
Tin- regular meeting ul llie clly council wus In-Ill lu tin* city hull Monday
QVOulng.   Tlu' iiitt.v nr unit nil llu' ttl'li-r-
iiit-ii wit*, present.
Slater Mary Amy, principal nf ilu- In-
iiinn iKiiniiiiii; wi 1, wrote asking Hint
ilm school property In- exempted from
luxiii'iiiii, tmiler llie Ctinrltalile iMlltn-
limit M- '""' ■e-ler (urliiw stated
iimt tlie property liereoloret went Iree nl
luxation, it was resolved tlmi tin* property should lu- exempt from taxation
lliis your.
Mrs. 11. li. Eves Wrote asking fnr
permission tu remove il"' house now on
Hn- rear ut Lot in, ink. 106, D. I.. tni
un.l ilH, 1.1 Ut 20, Hlk. Iln. n. I.. 271
ntnl UTI. Referred 10 tin. bonnl nt
works.
Eves & l.nivs.iii -ubiillltcil a plan for
the re-siiliillvlillng uf lots   I, II mul tl,
espied,
block HI, P. I,. 1171.   Tiro plan wns n.-
Roporta ami recommendation Irom
different committees fur llie payment
nt lulls were rend aiiii accepted.
Alderman Irwin suited Hint Inquiries
Iind been inn.le regarding a permanent
gltule being catAhlMiod in frmit nf Ilm
uini- block tlmt ivns being built, corner
uf First atreet nnd l-onsdnlo tivcuue.
li ivns referred in lhe eugb ',
An unpaid lull iiinn iiu' K'.'ail City
mills ivns brought lip, This n.i- iu
i'i.uu.i'lil.11 Willi Iln- Aliih.i's.in iniiiiin-l,
which ivns nil |.|i.|i'.l hy Mr. Anderson, Imt was later undertaken by Mr,
P. I.m,-.nt. It wus referred in n com*
mittee to make Inquiries,
Aid ui ilnrdrai drew nlleutlon to
1 drain nu Si'iiiiiil sit.'ot weal of the
l'n In i-i' siii'i't willed wus in bail repair.
Referred to tin' hoard nf wurks.
'I'ln' committee formed to lunile a
leinporiiry ihig piiiiwli reported flini ihsy
ri.i'iinuni'iiih'il ll". ivoal pud of Third
street for lhc purpose. This site win*
accepted willi tin* recommendation ihal
Hu. -nt 'luiuuiiii'.' keep in mind the
llinUer of a permanent |mnnd site In be
so.'iiri.il when h was found nenwary,
It wns moved by Alih-riuiiii Crlekllinj
iimt 11 regular pninmlllce mceilng I"-
lieltl ..11 Hu' laid 'I'hiir-iliiy iu ever>'
1 la.   Tlu' unit Inu curried,
Allien 1 Smith introduced   1 li't'i."
Ileense bylaw, which wn- rend in lull
imi discussed,
Th.. meeting then ndjiuirnr-il,
Tlm political ouilor fool tbc
nun, and lhe women's magazine
lool the women*
Mining in this district is flourishing.
Boost our business houses.
J. McKinnon, guest at Hotel
North Vancouver, will make a
Hying Irip to California next week.
John C. Sclater, miner, Spokane,
paid lhe city a visit this morning.
He is interested ln a mining proposition north ol the district.
Mr. C. Templar, Chilliwack, is
visiting bis son, Mr. T. W. Templar, the popular grocer, of ibis city.
Miss McClennan, Victoria, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Bryant,
Lonsdale avenue.
Mrs. Martin, Spoke, is visiting
friends here.
The driver of tlu: Capilano
tallybo says that the reason things
are so quiet at the hotel is on account of the Jog on the inlet at
Vancouver. There is none at the
mountain resort, however.
Mr. and Mrs. Glass, of Gleichen,
Alta., are visiting at the residence
of Mr. R, Brereton, Fourth street,
where tbey intend spending a lew
weeks before returning to their
home. Mrs. Glass is a sister ol
Mr. Brereton, aal twenty-six
years elapsed since they last saw
each oilier.
The Swayne Copper Mining
Company, Spokane, offices Pender Chambers, Vancouver, is preparing to do development work on
its claim, which ia located about
ten miles and a half northeast of
the old Lynn creek timber trail.
G. li. Jorgensen, C. E., is doing
the- survey wotk.
Messrs. Chas. and Ainl Smith,
of Vernon, B. C, spent a few
pleeasant hours with Mr. W. 1'.
Hogg, their old school chum, on
Thursday afternoon. Mr. Charles
Smith expects to come to North
Vancouver and go into business.
If. R. Hellell, the popular manager ol the Bank ol B. N. A., is
taking a well-earned holiday, lie
is rusticating in the mountains,
nortli and east ol the city.
Will It Come to This ?
lt was a bright Sunday morning
in 1907. "John," called the impatient woman at the loot of the
stairway, "please come on down,
I have been waiting two hours for
you to dress."
" Keep on waiting, Martha,"
shouted her husband, "you didn't
think anything of making me wait
for you to dress ten years ago ! 1
told you then that men would
some day wear shirt waists that
buttoned at the back and get even.
Revenge is sweet."
Ambition Lodge No. 73
The following programme lor
the next two months has heen
prepared by Ambition Lodge No.
73, Good Templars. All are
cordially invited to attend.
Oct. 14 - Ladies nail-driving
contest.
Oct. a 1—Basket social,
Oct. jS -Election ol officers,
Nov. 4 Reports and installation.
Nov. II—P. C, T, supplies pro-'
gramme.
Oct. iK   Heart social.
Oct. 55 Sunset Lodge Nn. («)
to provide.
Motto; "Onward ami Upward.1
NORTH   VANCOUVER
LOT 273
STILL  THE   BEST   BUY
We have some lota left in this Original
Subdivision.   Call and see us, and
buy before tliey are all gone.
The Electric Tram runs
right through this property
It is bound to  be an  important addition
in the near future
Easi) Term*
For Prices and Maps, apply
iiiiiiiniidiiiii.
440   SEYMOUR    STREET
R, Kltltll 1IOULI1ATK, MAiNAUSII
NOTICE
— THE
Ib now oponin its new promises
('nine ainl inspect, all true citizens.
All are welcome,
Auctioneers
Accountants,    Auditors    General
Commission Brokers
Rent Estate Agents
§ fflIlll[Sl..!iiira.ll.
Tki.bphonb It 2162
Doesn't it serin that peoplehave
a special and unnatural desire to
" rub it in" with you ?
Most exi its'!, air lies.
Some people look so lar into the
possibilities ol the future that it is
no v oniler lhat they lorget the
past.
There probably never was a
crank who did't think he was easy
to get along with.
If you arc going to BUILD
or do any All THAI IONS
consult iih mnl ni* mil
stive yon MONEY,
Plans, Lie,   prepared   (or  any
style house. I stimuli's furnished
lUlllDtRS     6th St., West
THE   SOCIAL
1 >ici im 'ii -, 1  01 I let
TUOMJMIl
Collection', It" i-« Renting.ate,
All Kinds ol Italp Supplied mt Bborl KotlC*
II. (Vll.t.l.latl
Ollii'i'S '.'ll Powell 8t,
VANCOUVER H. ('.
SMOKE —k\
TERMINUS CIGAR
CLEAR HAVANA FILLED
The Hi-mi Ollice ol the PACIFIC COAST FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY is in Vancouver, Tlm LOCAL AlIKNCY in nt tlm corner ol Lonsdale
avenue anil Second street.
Your property may not lie l.urnetl down tomorrow, bill then again it may.
Yon will sleep soiiinler o'niglits il yon are protected, .lint drop jriinrsell or ta card
in mv office ond l>e happy.
' An EMPLOYERS LIABILITY POLICY Removes the last element ol un*
certainty us to what it costs to run your business.
I am at your service lor any kind ol Insurance,
Real Estate
1 want live or ten screH nol too lar Irom tinrlini-. Mv client writes thafthc
soil must be good ami water plentiful".   Who's ijot what lie wants'.'
Quater-acres lor sale on and just off Lonsdale avenue lor $750 to |860.
Forty-loot lot on Thirteenth, dole to I/unsdkle, only $.150.
A comer on Light, lacing South and only Llll yards from Lonsdale, UIO by
UO feet,  There is no better residential situ in town at 15,260
A. J. PlCTON- WARLOW
Insurance and Realty Broker
CORNER OF LONSDALE AVENUE AND SECOND STREET
North Vancouver
A TREAT.
IN STORE FOR ALL
iv llll:
S T. A X I) R E W » S
Presbyterian Church
SIXTH STKKKT, NORTH VANCOUVER
Tuesday, October 15,1907, at 8 P. M.
An illustrated Tour Through Scotland.
Refreshments charged oxtrn.   Admission 20 cents.
Gome  and  sou tho   Lund of the llaegis  and  the
Heather.
Scotch songs, Scotch cukes, Scotch welcome.
J, W. HALMAIN
CIVIL   KNIIINKKH
ANIi ARCHITECT
I'liniH, QiisutllloB. lovols
Superintendence ot Construction
Fourth Btrmt, Dorms LoSSdalb Avb
Niiurii VANCOUVER,
W. NICHOISONLAILEY
ARCHITECT
T porsry mr.™ -F. Cudney'i
Pslnt Shop, Eiplinidt,
Ni ir i n Vancouvkk, B. C. THE EXPHESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, R. C.
BLOCK 33
DIST.  LOT   530549
Lots in this Block will shortly
be put on the Market, For
Price List and Terms, apply to
S.GINTZBURGER
-LIMITEO-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
Mil Cordova Street, Vancouver, It C.
I
1836
in
THE BANK OF
0
ESTABLISHED   1838
NE of the oldest banks doing business in
this country.
.'ill Branches in Canada mid (lie United Stales.
A general banking business transacted.
MllllN Orders I.SSlH'll  payable   anywhere   in
Canada, United States or Great Britain.
Drafts bought and sold.
Prompt attention given to collections.
Savings Bank Department—Deposits oi ii.oo
and   upwards  received.    Interest   paid  every
three months.
Olfke, Cor. lonsdale Ave. and fsplunade, North Vanrouver, B. C.
II   K. Ilnn ii, Manager.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Cars leavi the Ferry Landing lor Queensbury Avenue, Twenty-first
street ami Lon laic, Winch street and Keith Road as follows i 6:15
a.in,, 6:45 a, 111., 7 15 a, 111., 7:45 a. in., v; 15 a •>■ •• 'J >• ■■■• 9:4° »• "■■■
10:10 a. in, Alter 10:25 ». m., cars w'" 'L'avi-' Queensbury avenue,
Twenty lirst und Lonsdale avenue, and Winch street and Keith Uoad
at five minutes to tin hour and twenty five minutes p      lie hour.
Cars leave Nineteenth strei I ind Queensbury avenue. Twenty-first
street at 1 I nsdale avenue, Wim li street and Keith Uoad us follows 1
I. a, in." ' 1. ni . 7 a. in, 7130 a, 111., 8 a. in., 8145 a. in., 0/15 a. m.,
9*55 a, in. 1. .'5 a. m, Alter 9 |o a. in. 1 .us leave th" Ferry Landing
at ten iiiiiiiit' - past the the liom and twi ntj minutes to the hour.
|KgP   All boats arc met by the 1 11
Hotel North Vancouver.
inanii
linnet
Kesorl
I p to-d,lle
Rati
.*' |" r
Day
and up
Spei ial
Kates lor
Families
and
Rcgulai
Boardt 1
lerry Service Every Half Hour lo und Irom Ihis Hotel
to Vani ouver. P, Larson, Prop.
Rainier Beer^
Is n glorious beverngc -quenching nnd
satisfying. Remember there's no other
"just ;i good"- insist on getting Rainier.
PACIFIC   BOTTLING  WORKS
Vancouver, H. C.
LOTS
70 \ 240
$300
Close to saw mill and plank rnad ;
ti n minutes Inun mr; onl) $100.
Also ;i lew 1 .1 acres lor $iOO;
ta rins. 10 , down, $m per month,
House tn let, '1 rooms, all 1 on
venienecs; splendid view. Also
one lm Bali ; $500 1 .ish and lio
per month,
Iwo-perlecllv cleared lots un lonsdale svenuc
$900 each
WESTERN  CORPORATION,   LTD.
Tun Express, Si a year,
Tin' ni'iv IikIiIIiik iii'i'iiiiiti'ini'iits in tin'
City luili in*«* i'l grent convenience to tlio
city council, ii'ltii ni'Cil nil Un' lljjlitliit!
iiilviiiiiniti's iil'iithiiilili' fm' tin' reniliiiK
nl lie* iiiiiin'iiiiii bylaws tlnn hnve been
lllll'. llll. a'l]   |l|'   lllll'.
'ity Trcasiiror WumIh is very Inutlly
eiiKtittixl  ,1'i'i'i'ivlni!   nixes.   Tin  ri'liiitn
clones  lie l.llli nl this niiitttli. nml
in* c\|ii'ci« 'aa linyo 11 Inrge iievewitnge In
ln'f'ii'i' iimt ilnn'
Tin' roeo of William Harbor fof being
ilniiili nml Incapable mi tin* ntli ol October camo up li'luii' His Worship Magistrate Kealy tins morning, A fine ol
$10 .mil costs or eight days wan imposed.
Mr, Iioy Wlieolor returned home last
Suturdny loi tt week's visit, Mr, Wheeler in* been telegruph operator nina'o
Vprll un tlie r.l'.li. east of Revoletoke,
ivlii'i'i' lii' ivt'iil from tin' commercial ol
fire in Vancouver, He niii* ample evidence tliat tin* mountain nir litis been
beneficial In him luili in   looks   ami
iivuiiil :|mi*i.
J. Murray, jr., lias returned after a
holiday Irip to California, Mr. Murray
Visited a iniitilier nf the cities along (lie
I'uii-t, Including San Francineo and It*
Angelos.
Mr, .unl Mi-, ililln'it. lilin have been
residing In A, 1 Beasley's residence
during the summer iiumths, have return*
■sl tii iiii 11 Innil   in Vancouver.
Mr. ami Ml I, lll.iti Stephens, nl,,,
liuvi* Ih'.':i rui*.|. al Iln' Hotel Norlli
Vancouver or some lime past, bave returned to Vancouver,
Mr. Templet, ol Chilliwack, ie in thi
oily and ia tb gueet of bu son, F. W.
Teinpler, grwer, coruer Loiiwlule avenue
and Tenth street.
A number ol Rowland de., jatei U tlii
Liberal lonvention, held in Vancoiiver
a short time ago, were in thin city Pri
,l.ii'.
Mi. M. McMillan, ol ila intu of McMillan's liinii'i-, is ., former lt.-***tlau(l
resident, .«11 ho -pi: 1 .1 greal |Kirtion 'it
the dav blnming Un' vii im*. around.
Among Ihem were ti .nlli Martin, inn
1 1 1 Hu* II itel ilosslond; T. M
roa*, druggist, nnd IV. I SloXcil -',-•
merchant. Th,' '»,, 'iit.i .11,' nliciiili
nwneiH nf considerable North Vani-ouvet
real estn'e, Thej were netonlshed .it
tin' di'ii-l pnienl ami ndvaneemenl thnt
liai taken place in - ueli n -Imu iieriod
.md Mt. McMillan il.inli- Ihal .11 least
nni' il it,,I 11., .,1 lit', i" ,,'■ mil ii-li,111
.it*.un witli .1 u,-ii •; fiirlbei going into
tin1 bii**li,..* ail 1 iln.11 .nul pta-pr, I-.
Tlie 'lam"    ■!  negligence    I k'hl
ng-ilii*>l ila.'.l,i| .ii,. ' .rn nl properly
tin* lillle  1,11 hi'j    in  w.i*. -iipt I  I"
have  ei  red tin  I) . tulle '.i, - llinl itlie
llilt.allai'a   I    •   I, ',,.!. a.l.'l III Ili'I Llllll
Mime I'ii 1 ..* ngii ii" iii.ii Ii I'l' 11 I'lii
,,f ,,ti.' IiiiiiiI nff, mine up bi'furi , I
ii"i*laip M i'i ti.it.' Kent; tlii- 1 iiiui'.      Nil   (',   I!    T,ip|"'l' ll|ip,'a I  I,,'
il"- il'l.'ii-.'    'dr. ,1   II.   I
prnaiviiinr,    '.I.,' ■ 11   I,.,11 lii'ttt
a.i*"    III       'llllli-'l      -
B ULBS
I unit I ranee, tlotland and Japan.
SEEDS,
TREES,
PLANTS
I OR PALL PLANTING
ri'liublo varieties at reasonable prices,
Fertilisers, Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps,
Spraying Material, Cut Flowers, etc.
Oldest established nursery nn tin'
mainland uf British Columbia,
Catalogue freo.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES AND SI HHIOt.SI S.
VANCOUVER, 11. 0,
A genet  1 ., .   .1 a       il) cninu'll
mi* lield in Ibe iiii bull I'ini   il 1) eve-
 .*,     Mi' 'i    Krai) pri'ibled ami nil
Hn  nil".' 1,   .'I" 1 nl.
A letter n.i received fruin Ibe secre-
1.11.1 ,,t tin* 1 tiiuu of British Columbia
Municipalities, .'mi, gave n itli e "( sn
alteration la tin late ol tbe annual
convention Iri in Oil B to 1 date to be
fixed in Noven ber     l-eller tiled,
W. 11. Hunbury, 1 ik**' "f Ihe H. ('.
Rlectrlc lt.nl, ij company, wrote u-k-
hi| lm .1 repl) i" Ids pi"p"*.il "l .llml''
in,, in,.nil.- ,1. re ti"' curve 11 ihe corner "f Hi. Iiunl   a,i 1 Kli 1 Mii'i'i. The
111.ill, 1   iv,.   liiM'Utut I  iti  i"lnlitilli'i'.
A l.l. Cm kniiy Introduced .1 lijIaK fm
rcgtthillng -i-""'      .    I. 1.'ii    iii.i ti."
traffic ihi'i'i.      li «..   i'i  Its lirsl
muling. Si' -ml "iii"i ".1 'in 1.him'
up fur reading In cnmni Itei
All'iiiiiiii Sinitli slated that he had
iln1 dug tugs made, They tin marked
\. v li T ml tin' illsllngnl-dilng fi'u-
inr" I" nnil ihi dug iiiiiI l.inli lag run*
-i-t- 1,1 the ' '.* lag Iwing perforated
ii ith ..ti"    dr  nt ■ tit   liiiib ing Willi
Ilia,  link
No man'r. credit is so lhat the
cash ll not belli r,
No man likes 1 hav the woman
lie loves watch liim cat.
II you expect lo unl riih, you
niiii, make money when limes are
dull.
No woman ivei admired a man
alter scciliK l'i:.1 asleep with his
mouth open.
NOTICE
or
APPLICATION Fill! l.oiiiiixi:
RIGHT-OF-WAY
VTOTICE .'; IIKIIKIIY GIVEN PUR-
L> SCANT to Section 20, ol the
" l.aml Act Amendment Act, 111117,"
by the undersigned, which ia u holder
'iltl Special Timber License, that the
undersigned Intends, thirty ilnys alter
service and lirst publication of this notice
i" apply tn the Chief Commissioner ol
Lands and Works (or authority tu construct chutes Humes, roads or other
iinrka fnr use in getting out timber irmn
llio limits covered by a license held hy
the applicant, across and upon tho fob
hm ill),' lands, namely:
All ami singular that certain parcel
i,r trad uf land and premises, situate,
lying ainl boil % iu tl-e Provinco oi
British Columbia, In the District of New
Westminster, being composed ol nor-
lions uf District Lots 1053 and 1054,
and which nniy he moro particularly
known uml described as follows, tlmi
is to say: lieginniii)1 nl tho point ol Intersection of the center line ol lhe Mc*
Nair-Frusor LuiuberCninpany Litnilod's
proposed logging lifnl ol way nnd tits
westerly boundary ol the Southeast
Quarter of District Lot 1051, said point
beiint nortli alislaut S 38 chains from the
southerly boundary ol the said district
Int, lhc te iii 11 aV 10deg. 36 inin. E.
direction, B.3I chains more nr less to
the point ul intersection ul the said
center lino with the north boundary ol
thu south nest quarter ol liisiriet l.ol
1053, said i»iiiii being dislunl I.Otlclialns
front the westerly boundary ol the suid
Ini. anal having 11 uniform width mi
either siilo ill the said center Hue ut 211
iii'l, iiiid containing 50 lim acres, bc the
same more oi loss,
Dated at Vancouver, II, C, this Stllli
.iai ..I ingiist, A, D. mu:.
.M N'air-Fraskii Lenin it Co., I.m.
Hv its Solicitors,
Martin, Craig ,*. Bourne,
When you want
a job of Painting
or Paper Hanging
or Kalsomining
done.   See
Hardy & Stoney
Six 111 Streei
NORTH   \ VNCOUVER,
We Do
Job
Printing
Tradi Marks
DCtlONI
COPYRIQHTS AC.
Annntltnri "H ft «ettrl Mid rii-irrliiflt-n niiiv
Ulllrklf M-Mfl ' 'I ' 'li "t 1 null ft*'* wlii'ltlcr nn
III rent Idl (• '•   ■  ll'lf (>i'i ni'ilili-.   t "ttiirmtilPB.
iMiMtrirtlp   -ii "t- 'til. HANDBOOK <n l*nr«-ntn
■mil fir*, .'lilt '','ini f<, »omruiir|iniriil*,
rnt#niii iHkon '•      Mmni A 1 <*, rrrclfe
|-v*-WJ nntift, Will rrtll CMftfl, 111 lh"
Scientific American.
A h«nil«'it»Hf HhiMruM tftklf,   l.nrifppl rlr*
mimioii -f mi»d«ii'iitm.-i itriit],  TtrniR.laa
inr: f-mr ni»iilli«,|L ft.Mbynll ttpwititajili-M.
MUNN & Co.36^—'-*» New York
JAS. GRAIUME & CO.
Painters *vn I'm rhanoirs
Ml Nli   Dl.C IRATORI
Grainers   Queers   Sioni
LONSDALE  AVENUE,
Ofi'. 13111 Streei
11KNKY T. C. HVKS
phone 0
CHARLES 13, LAWSON
NORTH    VANCOUVER
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
HAVE THE FOLLOWING SNAPS FOR QUICK SALE:
$800 each will buy Four Choice Lots, size 50x141
each; the lots adjoin one another, and cun bo sold singly or to*
gether at the same price. Terms, one-half cash; balance 6 and
12 months,   These lots are on Third street and well located.
$500 We cun deliver (or a short time only A Very
Choice Acre, only hall a mile north of the city limits. Acre
lots only a short distance south of lliis are selling at $1,000 nnd
$1,050 ciuli. If you caul the Acre—hurry, The terms are
Sjiiu cash, balance in lour quarterly payments.
$1,000—For this amount we can deliver one of The
Choicest Building Lots in North Vancouver, size 50x124.
This lol is cleared, ploughed and graded, Terms, $250 cash,
and the balance to arrange,   Vou had better look this up.
$1,100 This is our ptice (or one ol Tin: Finest Lcts
thai can be bought on Finn Street and facing the inlet, Size
50x1411.   Terms, one-half cash; balance in six and 12 inoiiihs.
EVES & LAWSON
NOKTIl  VANCOUVER, 15. C.
PALACE HOTEL
BIST I I.RMSIIM) lllllll   ON Tlir COAST
AN UP-TO-DATE
TOUH1ST RESORT
Rates; si.fio l'l.R
DAY AND OP
Speriul Rules to liimllies nnd Regular Boarders
lhili-liiiur ferry t'linneiliiiii t.i mul front Vani'iitiver.   Hut ami cold
littler in every room.   Return call hells in every room.
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Second Street,   -   -   -   -   NOKTIl   VANCOUVER, li. C
SPECIAL BARGAINS
Lonsdale Avenue ll. mnn Fourth ami Filth streets, cleared
lot, size 35x130 leet, to a 30 loot alley, Price $2000. Terms one-third
cash, balance 6 nnd 12 months,
Fifty-foot hu in same block fronting on Lonsdale avenue. I'riee
$4000.   Similar terms.
Cm si i.m 11 in Am m 1, Near Fifteenth street, lot 60x150 feet,
'rire S550.   Terms one-third cash, balance in (1 and 12 months,
Fourth Streei ami Queenshuri Avenui Double corner on car
inr, magnificent situation,   Price $2100,   Terms to be arranged,
Two Cleared Lots on Fourteenth Street Close to St.'An-
Irew's avenue, size 50x157 each.   Price $150 each,   Easy terms.
I'n 111 Streei Between Lonsdale and St. George's avenues, two
lots, 50x140 each.   Price J900,   Easy terms.
Lonsdai.i Avenue—Lot 50x120, between Eighteenth ami Nineteenth streets. Price S900. Terms one-third cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
Firm Street- One block from Queensbury avenue, two south
(rout lots, 50x137 each, to a 20-foot alley. Price $550 each. Terms
one thlnl cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Simh Streei In block 8, 150 leet from Queensbury avenue car
line, size 50x137, to a 20 loot alley, south front, Price $ti"o each.
Terms niie Imu th cash, balance in 6 ami 12 months.
We have also a large list 11 properties in all parts ol the city.
Wu deal exclusively in close-in ciiy properties, and can oiler you
the best bargains and the choicest locations obtainable anywhere.
Correspondence solicited, or belter still, call and see us and lei
us show vou what we have to oiler.
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO. Ltd.
Corner Lonsctulc Ave. and Kil'lli St.
TEL. 15 Mil!I'll VANCOUVER
Capilano Hotel
CAPILANO   DAM
Everything new and modern, affording all the
luxuries ol a metropolitan hostleiy. Elevation 500
leet above sea level. Ideally situated lor people
wishing an exhiliaiating climate, beautilul mountain
scenery ami climbing, and good fishing and shooting.
A lew hour-; from the summit ol Mount Crown and
the Liom.
Tally lm meets car connecting with y:t5 ferry,
at Bowicke avenue, returning between '> and 7 p.m.,
calling at the two canyons and the suspension bridge,
allowing time lot inspection.
RATES 1  ggjo to ,$><>.> Per Day
SI'ICOIAI.   UATKS   TO   KAMI I .IBB   AMI    HICIU'I.AU
HDAUPKKM
DICKSON W. KELLS,  Pbop.
Tltl.i'.l'iniNH iimj, NORTH  VANCOUVER.
OIR BITTER BARGAIN IS STILL OT
fl
J. A. M'MILLAN, GROCER
THE EXPRESS, $1 PER YEAR

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