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VOLUME 8
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, APRIL 9,1909.
NUMBER
fclTY council!
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Mayor May presided at the
council hoard on Mondav evening, and Aldermen McRae, McNeish, Schultz, Young and Dick
were present.
The following communications were read: From Alderman Braim, tendering his resignation from the board of aldermen for the city of North Vancouver. Tabled until Thursda-
evening, when Aid. Braim will
be requested to meet the council.
From R. T. Blackburn, requesting an arc light at the corner of 19th street and Mahon
avenue; relerred to the fire and
light committee.
From A. Stclania, asking for
the opening of ihth street, Irom
Bewickc avenue to lot 14, block
43, D.L, 5471 referred to board
ol works.
From J. R. J. Murray, to the
effect that his woodshed is
flooded, owing to the drain being obstructed; engineer to have
difficulty removed.
From 0. Onnrod, owner of lot
II, block i,t, D.L. 273, asking
tliat 5U1 street be opened up to
Cmeensbury avenue, antl that the
sidewalk be continued from St.
David's aienue; board of works
to report.
A petition from merchants
and owners on the east side ol
Lonsdale ave., requesting that
the fence and other obstructions
on the east side of the entrance
to the ferry wharf be removed,
in onler to give ready access to
the same from the east side ol
the avenue;rclerred to the board
ol works and the ferrv committee.
From the city engineer, asking that council define what is
meant -by "gravel" in the contract for 8th street, now being
completed by Contractor R.
Nelson; decided that cement
gravel (rom the vicinity or gravel Irom the B. C. Kl.' Ry. lied
will be accepted.
From Crane & Co., Vancouver, complaining of unfair treatment in thc awarding of the
order for gate valves, with an
accompanying letter from tht
G.N. Transfer Co. ol Vancouver, agreeing to deliver tin
2500 pounds ol valves anywhere
within the city limits Ior $2*50.
First letter filed and second to
be handed N.V. Hardware Co.,
who secured the order for the
valves.
As per instructions, Engineei
Hanes reported as to cost ol a
road making plant and kindred
matters. Finance committee
was instructed to consult T. S.
Nye with reference to removal
of royalty requested for rock.
City Engineer Hanes submitted completed plan ol thf platting ol the cemetery; plan adopted.
From Miss Laing, city stenographer, requesting advance ol
salary from $40 to 5.S" per
month; finance committee to act
Report Irom City Engineei
Hanes, outlining a sewage svs-
tem for the city. Relerred to
the committee of the whole.
R.D.Perry, ol thc North Vancouver Ferry k Power Co.,Ltd.,
consulted council with relereiin
to an error which had been discovered in the recorded plan of
Lonsdale Gardens, in thai the
numbers had been duplicated.
As the gardens have been sold
and a conveyance, cannot he
given until this error Is rectified, Mr. Perry requested council
to agree to the cancellation ol
the present plan, in order that
a new and correct one might be
issued, Referred to thc mavor
to take necessary steps to set
the matter right.
The engineer reported thai
the tent on Keith road, at the
end ol thc tramline, is fifteen
fact on the roadway. Owner It
lie ordered ofl lhe highway al
once.
A petition Irom residents on
Keith rnad wesl, asking for a
sidewalk from W. II, May's cor-
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ner to Mahon avenue, and along
Mahon avenue to 3rd street,was
referred to the .board of works;
as was also a request from W.
! H. Green lor a sidewalk between
Mahon and Chesterfield, on
Keith road.
Accounts as follows were ordered paid: Finance committee,
(general) $1320; finance (police)
->3y4-45i finance (schools) $615.
Board of works (general) Jetyj.-
39; board of works (local improvement) J3417. Waterworks
5868.48; fire and light committee |218.30.
A statement of account from
Martin, Craig k Bourne for $30
was ordered paid. Ferry accounts from March 20 to 31, totalling $529.35, were ordered to
be paid.
Two plans for, subdivision ol
portions ol D.L.616 were referred to the engineer.
The sum of $500 was voted to
the advertising committee Ior
advertising the city.
Alderman Schult?. submitted
a resolution wilh relerence to
the defence ol the cmpirc,which
wa.s unanimously adopted. Resolution will be found in lull in
another column.
The board of works recommended the construction ol sidewalks, etc., as follows: On the
north side ol 17th street, from
Lonsdale to St. Andrew's ave.;
north side of 15th streei, from
Lonsdale to Chesterfield; on
west side of Chesterfield, near
17th street; on the south side
of 4th street in front of school
block; on the south side ol 141I1
street Irom St. Andrew's to
Ridgway; on the west side ol
M.1I1..11 avenue, from 3rd stret-l
to Keilh road; on the north suit
ol 21st street, along the Recreation park; on Westham avenue,
Irom 2lst to 22nd slreet. The
lU-nis ultimately passed as recommended.
Mayor May was in the ilun
and all the aldermen, nainelv,
McRae, McNeish, Schult/., Dick,
Young antl Braim were present,
at thc adjourned council meeting Thursday evening.
A letter was read from William Smith, requesting translocation to his former home in
Ontario; referred to the finance
committee.
William Loutet wrote, ofler-
ing $150 for thc transit owned
by the city; decided not to sell.
S. Gintzburger wrote, requesting tli.it a ditch Ih* dug on 17th
street west; board of works tn
act.
A statement of account from
St. Paul's hospital, for treatment ol James Kirkpatrick, a-
mounting to $89.45, was ordered paid.
A lively discussion arose with
reference to suturing to the local
hospital the care ol all cases ,i
rising locally, the consensus oi
opinion being that il there is
any preventing cause 11 huh has
not yet been brought to lifht,
it sliould be lound and the difliculty overcome. No definite
action was taken.
Medical Health Ofhier Dr.
Campbell wrote, with relerniie
lo the danger ol allowing the
overflow from septic tanks to
empty into open drains, and
suggesting several expedients
for rectifying the dilliuiitv; referred to the health committee
Engineer Hanes requesied the
council to adjust the assessinint
lor the new sidewalk 011 ;ml
street; also that council authorize the procuring of specification forms for local improve
ments; referred to lhe board of
works.
Bylaw No. hs, repealing bylaw
No. JJ, granting ,1 franchise to
lhe North Vancouver Light,
Heat & Gas Power Coinputiv,
was repealed, and another In
law passed altering thc name of
the company.
The resolution of the council,
with reference to street grades,
(passed Nov. llth, 1907, was re
scinded.
The lire and light committee
was authorized lo l.l) a two
inch pipe to the Horticultural
building, lo permit the installation oi two hydrants.
Aid. Schultz submitted a resolution, Uiat hencelortli, regular council meetings be held on
the first and third Mondays ol
each month, 111* remaining
Monday evenings being reserves
lor committee work. The resolution carried.
Aid. Schultz reported having
attended an interview between
the board of trade and Goe. II.
Cowan, M.P., in which the matter of a harbor commission was
discussed, and thai Mr. Cowan
liad expressed a wish for the cooperation of all municipalities
concerned in furthering the project. On motion of Aid.Scbultz
the lollowing resolution was
passed, "Thai in lhe opinion ol
this council, the shipping, industrial and other interests ol
lhe port of Vancouver would be
mosl advantageously served bj
the dominion government,at the
present session, introducing legislation providing ior the appointment of a harbor commission, rated with powers anu
duties similar to those ol the
Montreal board oi hai'bor commissioners, and that copies ot
this resolution be forwarded to
the Hon. the premier of Canada,
Hon. R. L. Horden, to the minister oi marine and fisheries,
Hon. William Templeman, Geo.
II. Cowan, M.P., and Ralph
Smith, MP.
The matter ol employing a
eoiiiinission ol engineers, to
make a report with relerence to
permanent grades on the streets
of the citv, was considered, anil
on motion it was resolved that
the matter of grades be left entirely in the hands of City Engineer Haues.
SEWAGE SYSTEM
The report of City Engineei
Hanes to the city council, re a
sewerage system, submitted on
Monday evening, reads as lollows:
"According to instructions, 1
lwve been considering the sewage problem for the past two
months and the best method ol
constructing the system.
I have figured out a svstein
which will be the best to meet
the city's requirements lor the
prct.cn t and the future; that is,
a sanitary and storm water sys
tein, working independent ol
each other, but with overflow
from the sanitary sewers to the
storm water sewers to give relief,if by any reason they should
become overloaded.
The slorm water sewers would
Ite about three leet below the
iurlace and run straight down
hill on Mahon, Chesterfield,
Lonsdale, St. George, St. Andrew's, St. David's, Ridgway,
etc., and discharge into thc Inlet.
The sanitary sewers would
have un outlet 011 Forbes ,ite .
which outlet would be turned
out to a point beyond low tub
and discharge in deep watei
The Forbes avu. outlet would
be 18 inihes nt diameter, with
lite per cent grade above 3rd
street. The Forbes ave, 111,1111
would be 15 inches in diaiiietn,
and the course would lollow
Forbes nve. to 14th street,
thence east along 14th street
to Chesterfield, thence north on
Chiistcrlield to 17th street,
Ilii-iui- east on 17th street to
Lonsdale, llienii- nortli on Lonsdale to the city limits. This
iviuild provide outlet for eight
inch laterals on all streets from
4U1 street to 24th street and
easterly ns Iai II Ridgw.iv.
Ad 3rd street has a uniform
grade liuin Malum lo St. David's, a fifteen mill crod suni
would provide outlet for the
district north of 3rd street between St. Andrew's and  Rttlg
w.iv and Sutherland ave.,   and
northerly to 14th street.
The Esplanade,   ist  anil  2nd
slteels, uniilil li.ite lo inch outlets inlo Forbes .ive.
Thus, al tlic corner ol Forbes
and 3rd street, practically all
the sewage ol the city would be
united into one main. This
point is 75 feet above the Inlet,
and at some luture date, the
sewage could be carried beyond
the Narrows, if so desired.
As petitions are in my ollice
lor improvements on 1st street,
2nd street, 3rd streei and Forbes ave., and as the reports will
probably be completed and submitted to the council in two or
three weeks, I would recommend
tliat before the above mentioned improvements are completed,
thc sewers on those portions to
be permanently improved should
be constructed.
The cost of the sewers ls estimated as follows: Forbes
ave. outlet, $2000; Forbes ave.
sewer, from Esplanade to 14U
street, $6500; 2nd street sewer
from Forbes to St. George's,
J5500; 3rd street sewer, irom
Forbes to St. David's, $12,000;
3rd street sewer Irom St. David's to Sutherland, $4000; ist
street sewer irom Forbes to St.
Andrew's, $6500; estimated cost
ol sewers on streets to be improved this year, {36,500.
If the Forbes ave. main is extended northward from 14th to
corner of Lonsdale and 21st
street, it would cost about Uie
sum ol $9,500. This would give
main sewers, so that any street
between the Esplanade and 24th
street and from Forbes tusterl
to Sutherland, could have sewers at any time.
The storm sewers would cost
as lollows: Lonsdale ave.Irom
Inlet to 13th street, 18 inch
crock, $9500; Chesterfield ave.,
from Inlet to 13th street, 15m.
crock, $6500; Mahon ave., from
Inlet to 13th street, 15m. crock,
$6000; St. George's ave., from
Inlet to 13th street, 15m. crock,
$8000; St, Andrew's ave., from
Inlet to 13th street, 15m. crock,
$2000.
1 would recommend that the
Lonsdale avenue storm sewer
should be built along with thc
others, to be constructed this
summer, and thereby avoid 1
further trouble with the storm
water which washes down tin
said street.
LARGE SALE OF  REALTY
The Erwin ranch at Point Atkinson lighthouse, comprising
152 acres, was sold this week to
a Vancouver syndicate for $42,-
000. The property was owned
by Walter Erwin, thc lighthouse
keeper, and was pre-empted b\
him in 1873, at which date he
took charge ol thc lighthouse,
and where he has remained ever
since. The land is particularly
favorable lor the erection ol
summer homes,having a fine location and a beautiful view.
Last year it was reported t|iat
a Hindu syndicate had purchased the land, but such was not
the fact. The land is connected with North Vancouver district by the Keith road.
A GOOD INVESTMENT
Nortli Vancouver investors
will no doubt be interesled in
learning that sonic choice iit}
lots arc yet obtainable at $175
each and up. This is proluhh
the last opportunity ol sinning
large lots in the city oi North
Vancouver at such a trilling
cost and on easy terms. The
well known local firm of Irwin
iV Billings Co., Ltd., is now
placing on the market, ior the
lirst time, a choice selection oi
lots in the Harbor View tract,
and those desirous of reaping
good profits on a small but
s.ife investment should immediately take advantage of this opportunity before it is too late.
A man named Btirnel'., from
Capilano, was taken to Si
Paul's hospital, Vancouver, 1
Wednesday, sullering from 1
badly crushed leg. The light
previous he had been wedging
up thc wheel ol a heat ilv laden
wagon, when it slipped, coming
down on his leg. Dr. Verner
dressed the injured limb, no
bones being broken.
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Real estate circles are particularly active ol late, all llu.- local brokers reporting many
sales.
The furry and tram lines hate
done a swell business today,
huge crowds coming over Irom
Vancouver.
Mrs. D. G. Dick went up to
Mission on Monday, lor a week,
visiting at the home oi her s m,
who resides there.
Furnished room for reni; suitable ior one or two gentlemen,
with breakfast, if desired. Apply Mrs. W. H. Stoney, 6th
street west.
The sale ol choice city lots
size 50 x 145 each, in the Harbor View tract, at prices ranging Irom $175 each and up, on
easy terms, at the olbce ol Irwin k Billings Co., Ltd.
Lost. — A gold watch, on
Lonsdale avenue, between 151I1
street and the Ierry wharf.
Hunting case, lady's size, engraved back and fronl. Finder
will be liberally rewarded b)
leaving at Express olbce, or at
589 Granville street, Vancouver
M. McMillan was called to
Beilinghani on Wednesday, b\
the death of his old partner,
Ken Martin, who, while on his
way to Vancouver Irom Rossland, died in the hospital in the
lirst named city. Mr. Martin
had only been married a few
months.
The basket social and dance
to be held by the local Orange
lodge, in their hall on Thursday
evening nexl, promises to be a
most enjoyable function. The
feature oi the evening will be
an address by J. W. Wbiteley,
organizer oi the Order, whON
reputation as a speaker has
travelled far afield.
A high class concert entertainment is to be held in .St. Andrew's Presbyterian church on
Tuesday evening next, the 13th
inst. The programme Includes
in addition to well known local
talent, several oi the favorite
periormers oi Vancouver citv,
and gives every promise of being oi exceptional merit.
Tht regular weekly nutting
of the Christian Kndcavor of Sl.
Andrew's church was held last
Monday evening, Miss Hull in
the chair. The topic Ior the
evening was, "Lessons from the,
Book of Prorata."    it was
ably handled bv Mr. Hutchison
Mr. Snodgrass is to take the
Easter topic for next Monday
evening.
Upon the eve of his departure
for Atlin, to assume again the
duties which he relinquished two
years ago as chief constable of
that district, Walter Owen was
made the recipient ol a verv
handsome Mason's u.iUli ili.irm
at the hands ol his fellow craftsmen. The presentation was
made al a special session I11J1I
Wednesday evening The 111.11111
has a diamond selling and is
inscribed as follows: "Presenl*
ed to Bro. Owen lit llu- inein
liers of Burrard Lodge, No. JO,
A.F. and A.M., as a token nl
esteem." Mr Otven lelt Thurs
day evening by the northern
boat for Atlin.
A somewhat startling announcement appeared in some of
the copies oi The Express lasl
week. Owing to the breaking
of the type while the paper was
in thc press, the statement appeared to read, "some cholci
city lots are yet obtainable nt
$1 each and up," and was followed by tin- further asstiraiut
that "this is probably lhe last
opportunity of securing luge
large lots in the city of North
Vancouver at sin It trifling cost
and on easy terms." The mishap occurred in the item with
reference to the sale of lots in
Irwin k Billings, and tin- a-
mount orginallv read $171 up
on which basis the firm will deliver the lots,
Boru.— In Norlh Vancouver,
on April 7, the wile 01 G.Suiith,
I oi a daughter.
The ilistrict council is asking
tenders ior the opening up ol
'750 leel of Essex street west.
T. Hutchison, ol the Wist
End store, has been confined to
the house ol late, sullering Irom
au attack oi pleurisy.
J. J. Woods k Co., real estate, have removed to a new
olbce elected for thelll on Lonsdale, close to the whari.
Thomas Shepherd, collector
ui votes lor Richmond riding,
has a list oi voters in this issue whose names on the voters'
list have been objected lo. lhe
court oi revision sits on May 3.
For rcul.-An eight roomed
house ; thoroughly modern;
beaulilully situated on loth
street; large grounds with garden and small Iruils; rent reasonable. Apply to Oeo. A.
McBain, cor. Lonsdale and 5th
street.
The local St. Andrew s and
Caledonian society are arranging lor tlnir inaugural social
affi A. I", i* t" lhe liagles' llall on
the evening 01 .'.omiay, April
19II1, and nuy eliiiit is being
pul lorth to make the occasion
au auspicious success.
The St. Andrew's and Caledonian society will bold their
iirst church parade on Sunt-..
April 25111, wuen ihey will attend al the morning service in
the I'rcsuyteiian church. An
appropriate sei mon will be delivered by Rev. J. D. Oillam,
A very uselul aud altr*ctive
pamphlet, comprising eight dou-
iile pages, descitptive ol Vancouver antl vicinily, has been issued by Uie Vancouver inhumation bureau. The brochure ii
replete with pithy paragraphs,
emphasizing the many items of
advantage enjoyed by Burrard
Inlet and its environs. lt is
copiously illustrated, with well
ilioseii views, and contains a
valuable map oi the Fraser valley, wilh special relerence to
Vancouver.
A series of eight new houses
will be built on 19th street, between St. George's and Sl. Andrew's aves., by .Messrs. Campbell iV Miller. The houses w,ll
be constructed with special care
and will 'be of convenient design and jllljiUtc appulauce.
'lhe lols will be graded and pul
in grass, lhe boulevard will be
properly improved, trees will be
planted,   aud  other   cxpcdiuils
adopted tn Incraaai Uie ciieiiivi-
ness ut lhe project. The houses
are inteuded for sale.
W. C. Thompson, who reu-til-
ly arrived boa tnflewooe^Ont.,
has Jill 11 based I vs t 111 \ -two .11 te*.
ol Capilano property, tta sei*
ond bn west ui .lulin Lawsun',
place. The properlv has an ex-
iillelil Matellionlage and runs
bach .moss Ki ith loa I Mr.
Tlioinpsiiii is clearing tin portion iiuiiii nl Keith ruad and intends ereitin,, a li.ilidsuine rcsl-
dtnie thei ent. This is expeditious troth fnr a recent arrival
and 1 it lily deeervei Uie sinicss
it Will doubtless attain.
THK SEW ACE orEST ION
Editor Kxpress.
Sir,—In connection with the
present discussion on "Sewage
Disposal,"  llie lollowing, wlinli
appeared in the Province of 31st
till , should be of some interest:
"The Fraser river has a djs-
iliarge uf 16,938,036 millions ol
gallons per day.     The Thames,
England, with 5,000,000 people
lit mg on its b.iliks, has a duly
ilisiharge of only 1,80,000,000
gallon!, or one gallon to 44,57*.
ui the might} prater." Yours
etc.,
.1. W. BALMAIN, C.E.
North Vancouver   B.C.,
tsh April, .yexj. THE  EXI'HKSS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C.
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DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT
Tin- largi delegation "I pro
pi 11> .nunrs Ironi each end ol
iln- diatrict, tthnh waited upon
llll*   illslriil   council   nil   I'inl,it
evening but, betokeni an active
intereit in ilu development  ol
tllc tllsltlil upon tile pail ul lhe
ratepayer!, which augurs  well
lot iiii advancement ol Un
north short ol ihi Inlet, A conspicuous feature oi Un- proceed
mg'* aai tin- uiiaiiiniiu ol pur-
pu-H .inal the u'lili,il deiiin lo
t" a.p, rati tui tin* bcnelit ol all
neclioni ol the diatrict, which
-.Ii.ii,utirt/vil Uu- itt 11 delegu
lions.
Tin  pi'igi. 11111111  adopted   b)
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volvei important iwraei ul  po
It 111 .mil I.il I'eachlllg llllllll Ike
lor llu ttt llaie ul tin uitiiiKi
I'.iliit. 1 In t ileniioa ol the
rn Un ll. C, l-.letiiii kail
tt.it Compan)', alung tin- pip*
line load  lu 1,11111 link,   ttllkli
n.i-* Un moat important item
mi tin lilt tt huh lhe iipiesuii.i
um-s ol llu I.i tin t.illii rate*
j*.i_ti: * 1 ...11.111..11 lubmitted,
is a ni.iiui ttnii 11 luu ineli occupying  uu   .11t*ii11» 1   tin
lunik 11 iui .sunn monthi pan,
the llrong deslle lul  ttiili 11 upi n
iln jiai 1 a,i resident* ul llu t,,i
b_t ia evidenced (rom the iu-
giii.i.iiiuiis conducted bj Ihem
iiniii null Uu- compan)
through tin aaaociation, and in
dependent ol tin council,
Uiu llu I    lliis    uj    llii    ttisesl
min ,1 iu puisiii, mat In debat
able,    iiill    III,it    it    appears   to
have provin i" a degree eiinlivi
bi undeniable.     Nut onl)   Un
rn    .onl propert)  owneri
ul Luili t.,lby, hut llknti.t  tin
III)   ul   Nullll   \ .llliialltll,   till    I.
t. Kl. Kt taa anil Uu general
public, would all iliiite   largi
l.l 111 111 llnlll III, |il . ']■' ,Sl 11 i III II
.lull,   .llul   ll   !'.  lu  In   In,pnl   1 Il.i 1
nu jait . 111 i.itui.1I1K indication:
ttill     l lllllllll,ill      III     till     l Ml 11*-h a|
ol iiii Iiiii ibis neaaon.
council ttiili the aiaurance that
he was about lo tin I a building,    upon    which    auurance
the road WOllld lie extended    In
tin- lot designated; that is in
sat, tin settler preceded the
opening  "i  the foad,     Under
the lieu airailgelllelll, Ule uldei
tt ill Iht liviTsi'il and  lhe   in.ids
ttill open up the minim preparatory to the si-tilcr guiiig on
lhe laml.
It is argued that ilu- old poli-
tt has pint en altogether too
siutt. li is litbl that otto outlying districts tribute!) to Burrard Inlet, bate been making
ton rapid itridei ol progress,
iilnle squall) as desirable sec*
iiuiis mi Uie noun ihore, 11.nt
Heen mot mg but siutiit, and
ibe iliiitieiiic is attributed in
large degree, to Ihi lact that
Uie neighboring districts   bavt
lollottcil a tilt eiiuipllsing
policy, b) expending large sums
ol inoiiet in rendering aii parts
ui Uii-ii disiiu 1 readily accee-
lible, b) meant ol good roaiis.
11 is intimated that individual
propert) owneri .m being deterred    irulll    tile    llit. Hull     ol
Handsome dwellings lol personal
reiidence in the tliitrici, and
iini extensive plana, looking io
tin- attraction ol population an
living helil ill ,Unt aim , lol    tilt
reason that good roadi ana
plent) oi Uiein nu u insl i.ssin
11.(1 in tile inllsllllllll,lilun nl
lllese inliilllulls. ll is 10I1I1-
detttl)   .issellid    lll.il    Iiii    vv ill
aluliai judicioual) expended li)
Uu t .iti pay 11 .-* iu road building,
iinie tun be .1 iiunii ui tea
tunes the amount, in the result
ant bandits.
I'lll lllll,    Ule   minimal   iiUlill-
tiun ui iln diatrict and the pri
Mill   uspnl   ul   lilt    lliun,t    mul
kit .ui alike propitious lor llll
Hunting ui tin* loan. 1 in ag
gregale  assessed   value ol pro
|n I It   111   llli   illstlkt   is  111   lullllu
nuiuiiiis, Uini* millions ol dollan   and   tin    total   .lilitiiiuu
ah in   including s*". loan loi
tin l,Mm t,illiA watei iiistitct
is onl) (45,000,   a loan ol two
hundred thouaand dollan would
therefore Dot entail an)   undue
increase iu Uu* rale oi taxation
and WOUld still leate lilt   Iiii.iiii
es iu excellent condition.  *. upi
i.il, in large sinus is again turn
mg ns ,iiuuiiini to municipal
loans, mth tin gi.iiiit mg rend! thai .1 neighboring munici*
palit) leiiiltll pi.lied liVC pel
nnt  Iiiuuls at une liundlctl   and
eight   ami   there  is  therefore
t til t   leasull lo .ill t li I [1.111  a sul
isi,nimt and read) s.,li loi Iht
proponed debenture!,    The cast
is piesi'iiieil bt tin- M-u-l.il
I' uki-is,  nut   ttllll taiidial     re
ipiiuu ai tin* handi ul tin reeve
.md 1.iiiiii il mul importanl   di
ttlupnitnts mil piub.ililt hii
halt.
I In ni<a .1 iiiunuiii'iu. propoii
lined in the reaolutioni
ihai    1,1    tin   CapUani
.1   proposition   11 >
tthiih the individual repri w ati
litis ol Ihi l.t llll tlnk ussiiilu
Hull ixplessnl llien In,ill
1 olli Ullilln     tins lu In.l lull  tWO
hundred thouaand dollan on thi
general credit  ol  tin diatrict,
lhe ni'iiiet lu be 1 xpilidcil in
I.milling muds.     li  WU ri
111/t'l thai ilns procedure contemplated .1 :.'limit hat radical
ihatigi in iln point hitherto
followed b) tbe districi council,
relative 10 Uu* opening up "
roads. The pr.ulice tints (al
h.i. been to delay additional
loud con 1 nu tion until mux
propert) muni approached tin
il llllll
1'iii.s,.   :;',     \,.Kin I a-ii-'i vi II
"   :;t'i.',   v is. a,, 11,:
1.1.
■ ""*}	
nil kind-ul Minion iiiiiI Antique Furniture, sii,ii., iiHii-i.. Bunk ind  bar Kix-
iiui***.   Hi'i'iiirni*- hi nil iia branehu,
1711 !' I   I >'.» , Ili'I. 1 In* lll-lUII Lutlailalp
ll|*|.a..il     BtlllWl
M.Ul.tiHI'Kltsgiven prompl mention
North Vancoaver
Transfer «*•£-£•*
Cartage, Removals
l'u reel Delivery,
Storage
n\      KIMS' INAIII.K     TI'IIMS
KFI8: mm m w m
Telephi in- 'a.       Nighl (ails 13.
The Lonsdale
1 Tiilililliii'S.Cnrlini"
tiers, Radishes, Rhubarb
Binanii Ir.nii Ini* per dom
H. KOBINSON   "Tifcii
to l.'iisilHle Ave
...*.........
NORTH VANCOUVER
Master, Rev Chsrles E Butler, Ok.,   I
t aa ia|.i ,.l.|i ...
I
Hmirlers mill illy hoyi re* y
i-i Ived "ii 1 1'-raii.. Inclnilve f
lerini, llu* irl I uill ri-iipeii Y
. 1 Ma.I.aim. ,l.in.  Ulli.  I'.)'"). Y,
t luiiiii hoiwhlp will lieiii* ,1,
I rnl ilt Kai.li-r lor ei,lli|iftiti"ll     .ja
1,1 boardere •!•
1 V
>*'••'••*• a**a'a a'a •%•*••*• •!••*• •*• •*• •'• •*• •*• **••!•*!••*•
Ladies'
Millinery
llll U1IS1 PUIIHNS
Stylish 1 reationi bt ••killed
niilliiiii- (1 "in New Yolk antl
Parisian models,
11 \a tt, si Shapi - trimmed
1,a lovi It 1 tl" li ind at prioei
thai p " e tin in within tb- n id
ni il lab-iatt parse.
Ready-to-wear
Goods
|!lnii**t -.  Hosiery, eli .  11
II     ,     i.lll.   It   .   ill      I     la   ll
ind il righl prii ■ ■
NORTH VANCOUVER BUYEHC
should examine our offeringi
Moore's
nam inn«
149 Hastings St., E.
Butter
SPECIALS
Al 11 it kill lll'l
Finest  Crcimery   Butter
14II1. Imx fur I4.OO
Dairy Butter
iolb   l-'tikm  at   15c. pel   lb.
Best Creamery Butler
2 i'ii. bricki ti-i 63)
llillh gride lim.* i.es 111   al
bu-1 ai iiunl' 1.1 prii 11
1MS.I1ICKM4N
Lonidale .\ve Hnd 8tli st
Vv^\tV»A(V^VVViA^
l-lit'iv pilii lack nl Royal Standard Ftour leaving mir mills
contalni a numbered i-oupon entitling the person who holds it
to .1 eh.line tu be inn- ul tin- lucky peraom who ttin une ul the
handaouie china dinnei ieti given awaj wch month.    Tin- du-
plicatea ol these couponi are placed in .1 receptacle and   ten
are drawn each month,
,. ..*..•. *—!». oh,* *~ ~msmmtuVi wstosaswm
there is no better Boui in existence lor bread making than
Royal Standard Khun, lt ii rich in color, pun-, itrong, de-
lieiiitis .md nuiiiiiiius. ln tisinj; Royal Standard l-Tmir ypu
get ilu- best ilmii niiiiu-t will buy. In gathering cotfyou vou
run one chance in ten each month to mcur ,1 bandaome prize.
The liitki inniibi'is uill be inserted in this spate thu first
issue ol every month,   Watch lor than,
VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,     B.C.
Wc Invito Inspection
•f<>fo+<>fo**>**.>Ho-fo**-<>4^
. -
I full mill .**-. i Iht in hi (usorl-
; ment >•/SILVERWARE,.
* ./'iv 11 away as int miuois Ut
* mill    lilt I'flnt.ii 1:1   til   .l/c.l///./,.*|,\.N'
;
* ♦••♦o-e<*-f<*-Ho*^>fo-fi'-»  ♦♦  ♦  ♦■ ♦■•♦offo>o4o4ofof
MARTlNSON.aCO
1 luildiiijj;
ControctorB
I'leiaH   :ii"i   **|'i*i*n ' ;i-i"i -   Pt in d
Whin, thllllallaf  'I iMlllilillg let   Ila |iV)
.11. • -tiuiHli-.
ill i.m r.i.in k.   i.oN-ini 1: avi
UT I'H    ll"l 13,    V"lll tKlaa,,,,.,
<&■
Al ILMION
Builders & Con nctort
in uin nie.ti yet seiui .issiiit
nieiii "i
FINt JEWELERV
kll. a W ing    I ll.l I    ll    lilt 111.Its   siull
dI pretty and useful  articles
tll.it   lllll  pie.ise  the  lllusl    p.il
,":;,.,i:i':„,,- hmiiiihb.ii
Precious stones ,„ greal vat-ie |]ffl %M 0!W. WWxtl PtlC 36
it.    Charms, Broochea, »'edd , (r,„1 ,.,
ni); ,nnl iMlgagrlllvllt Kin^s, |-..n	
drops and Bracibis
Lumber will never neent'ep-
••I-.   Hit  in on llie groum
ila or,   Uuilil now
llii   nur mii Kill-
,1 ! .1   !■' rn y  ,1.
,   . ■
kadi hr !hcliiim,('ar*
too, Uwa or tuiseiva*
,     toty.   hint nnd Oin.i-
1 i'.n. 11 nm
I i,ri,,ni In ih,*,.nly part uf
llu* Ali'iTiai, ..iiilini nt
l.ul nil.-!..I uilh Un*san
.I.-. m'.iIi*    llnr ir. 1- dai
Iilil   lelt.   Ill III* III Ilil;.',I la. I
u-l ',aii>iiilt ihiiiiii-..
i*'l I57l ia * Nil K 1.111 Ine
ki  J. I .IM   WCOIHI   IC.
NURSERIES
Sii rooms; modern
throughout, charm,
ngly lituated on
Victoria Park, for
$1000, PRICE
$3700, Balano to
arrange,
A. FARRO
General Contractoi
I.1111.I Cleirlnf, Htnmp ami Roch
Meeting. Kstri - ifi nesi I
III ilen)>|< - mide good.
I. M  I- I. II V \l ll N   I \ 1 , I' N I   \
end "-I     Wraat "I  l.**,i*.*l    I'
l-.O. H",  .1
Wc nls" "in-' •' spitiulnl line
ol slltelti,lie.
PR1CB8 MOOKRATE
MM-;   WATCH   IEPAIEING
GRASSit & CO.
tis Cambie Sunt
Diplock Wright
Lumber Co.
COAL
COAL
MM WKI.I.INIilDN I'fil
.lire,.      II"III     III''     nihil'.*
Plaee tott ordi n ""tt ■ 4
... un iinir ttiiitrr ■ -i*|*|i'ii.
Lerfe -nii'iii'iit" till urini*
11, , li » .1...-. I'm** - righl
Urge   -uii'lt  "i   WOOD
uin.. 	
p.Tars on
Hotel North \ ini mo-1
Telephonic No j.
TKANSl-l-'.k Or UCEN8B
Take notice that thirty dayi
,illii date, I inlend tii u|)plt  In
V. S. Ilusset, Superintendent oi
1'iot 11111,il 1'olice, im- a traneler
ui the ltu'iiM' ol ilu- Mtuidvvilli-
lloiel, held bt tne, in Ton
Hoiiib oi North Vancouver, in
tin- Province oi British Columbia Tin Moodyville Bote) is
lituated .ii Moodyville, on lot
No, -';*.. group out, Nen Went-
minster diatrict.
Dali-il .11 .MooiKulle, H. C,
ilus loth da) ol March, A.D.,
1909.
Bigned, AMN1K M. LBH
full ran^e oj S(illou'%
l.iiiiuii*. fttCeil
Rolled Oiil-s
Floor
Hai) ond Peed
(overhill'i Bsrlej PUb
latent bie.1k1.1si I I,      Ci    I
pscksge:  131	
ALL OKDLKS
DLLIVLRID
ih, Bracknido ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdsh  Avsaaa,
hi Ferry Lend
ll.itrt Mid In ll, lm ii pi
17111 Mrrel, Wlh \-ininiiifr
IV   .  )>
	
hun. neimi Lumber    -
8hipla]i
Rtntk
Bbinflce
1 -itli
finishing [Amber
iir, 1 it
1
ur prioei ir right,   Lei ui
give you .1 Agar* on your
Lumber Hill
• I III   toll    lllllll
I Building lot?! !JKj(M)U
jusi iii the City l.i-
inii-. I00il32 ftet,
from
S^( K).(K)
y.'.'i down and $25
I'i'i- quarter; lutereel
six pier i'mil.
•
* Houses (or Rent or Sale •
e
all over the City
JA.SMiTH&Co.!
* - "ar^yi-
M-tlitis miii one of out high
grade latest Improved Drop-
he.nl Bewing M.11 bines. We
can ri'iiiinnii-iiil llii-m to mir
iiistoini-rs, iind a ti-n years'
gnarantci goa with inch
machine. Come la and
p.iss your opinion on il, .nul
il you really need 1 111,11 him-
you won't Imitate ior   an
instant
M HI iU v
NUKllI VANCOUVER
LONSDALE AVK.
11..11-ri,uas|i|
TlMiuc  &  McMillan
s
• I'l.mn*'.'I
lhc Pioneer Hardware THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
P. D
The report of City Engineei
iliines aa to the coat of a complete road making plunt, etc.,
as rabmitted to the council on
Monday evening, reads as follows:
''According to instructions, I
herein submit the cost ol a rock
crushing plant, and eost of operating the same:    Sleain road
roller, I3800; crusher, elevatoi
nnd screens, liyoo* motor foi
operating cruaher, J350]    roch
bins, Shoo; total ^7,650.
I believe the niosl suitable 1"
cation would be Mr. Nye's quarry, on Chesterfield ave., aboui
one-hall mile north of the northern city limits. The roek is
granite, of good quality and in
sufficient quantities.
A good grade inn be obtained
by the B. C. EL Co., and it
would     require    their    present
track on Lonsdale ave, to be
extended northerly on Lonsdale
OlK-hall mile, nnd about Ron
feel westerly on St. James
slreet.
The rock call be blasted and
crushed for 90 ei-nts per' cubic
yard or less, and Mr. N'te stalled that he tt mild lease the property to the city for a term   ol
live years, upon receiving a royalty of 10 cents per cubic yard
on all roek crushed.
The K. C. Kl. Co., will deliver the rock anywhere along the
line ol their tracks for 50 cents
per cubic yard.
The amount of crushed rock
thiil the city will bc required to
purchase this summer, to can
out the local improvements petitioned for, will be about 15,
000 cubic yards.
I would strongly recommend
that the city should at least
purchase a steam road roller, as
11 is very necessary ill the proper construction ol macadam
roads.
rtl'l*.
N...
NAMK
PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT
RICHMOND   ELECTORAL   DISTRICT
TAKI-', NOTICE that 1 havi received objections in writing to the lollowing lisi of names
being retained on the List of Voters for the Richmond Electoral District, on the grounds set opposite each lialile.
AM) TAKE NOTICE that  at  tin  Coiijl oi Revision to be held ou the 3H dav of Mav, Ntii)
at the Citv Hall, North Vancouver, ll.C, at ten o'clock iu the forenoon I shall hear and' deter
mine ibe said objections and unless ilu. persons objected lo or some other Provincial voters oa
their behall, satisfies ine thai said objections or anv one of them are not Well founded. I shall
strike Uu n,mies oil the said Register,
Dated lllis Seventh day ol April,  mmi.
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
Registrar oi Voters for Richmond Electoral District
LIST OF NAMhS OBJECTED TO
Ui-tt
Nu.
SAUK
lii'iaiilelli
I'l. I.a-a-l*.11,
Tiinia* nr'
Iiiiiiiii:
1.1ihian I
ol
llli].** II. t
b Aiheson, Dobson 	
2" Allies, Ersoli 	
,11 Anderson, John 	
jj Anderson John    	
js Andrew, Thomas    	
.J4 Anson, llert    	
50 Archibald, Robinson    	
53 Armstrong, John    	
5b' Ai'.lun . John I'.eo	
70 Atkinson, William    	
93 Hanks, Kliphalit     	
In.) Haines, Neiiloli     	
123 Haiehelor, Robert Alex,
1 .to Hat is, U,iller h	
'37 Beagile, l.enrge 	
141 Health, Wells    	
15a Ball, Edmund   	
157 Helye.i, Ernest 11. S	
I38 Helua, Huiiioid S.  A	
133 Holiness, Thomas   	
2ist Brobech, Brie Kcmholil ....
268 Branson, Georgi    	
301 Hin kin. Peter    	
311 Hunt, Richard Edward	
3:2 Bnrnetl, Wm. Ken   31, K
332 Hintotts, James    	
335 Hurton, Juiin Joshua 	
338 Huss, George    	
Illlslaliialile, Jose     	
HI Huitruni, Harold    	
3hy Campbell, William  II.nt\
J70 Caiibcld, James	
37J Cariutheis, Matthew   	
381 Cassels, Ceo.  Murdoch .
402 Chisholm, AIi.v
4'i3 Chun, Arthur fad	
I"l Chiislian, V.il. .1. K	
(i'i CUrke, Andrew K. D	
424 Clarke, Jas	
l-'.s Clarke, James Austin .
427 Clarke, Thus. Robert 	
444 Coiloieilo, Heiij.uiiin    	
150 Collier, Dulles     	
|-,l luiiiii, Sidney
4ho I..1111.ui. Win. (',,,nl,,n 	
|t)l Coutts. ftoi I. I	
it; 1 mbi., Robert Bamnel
.son Crane, Georgi Hunt
,vi 1 i.itvioiii, Bithicl Miliu
JIJ CroWsUm,  Angus Ab\
JJI Ctiinmings. Iln.nn A	
s."l Dalglelsli,   Jul,,,   M,„„U
M.'' D.itldson, Alex   I.   „
,•,41 Davidson, J.is. Oregon
y-,7 Deans ttamaal   	
,sh.| Deeming, James    	
573 Di si..li.111, Mi,li.nl
J78 Dnk, David ilenit
J8S Dill, J.is. .Vers 	
s'lh Dixon,  Joseph
"* Dixon, Wm. Archibald
616 Doudeti, Mm  Horace ...
t'i; Dowding, bam    	
bit' Dtilh. .'..link     	
''»i Elliott, Albert Thomas
663 Elliott, Frederick II
W Ells, n.iiiett Daniel 	
h;i Emery, Win  Frewio
676 Errington, John Thoouu
687 I'Aaiis. RaroU Thomas
baS Evans, Roland IIuim
:b) Fortune, J.iims |
,'.'* I"\. Adam Wellington
77b Fraser, Riissel LIomI
778 Fiaser, Thomas cit'h
789 Frymire, Cntirad II
802 Gardener, Albert Victor ,,4
1 (ib street, North Vancoaver ...
Eburne   	
Richmond   	
I,lllll  Island,  Sleveslon 	
North Vancouver   	
Durham an, Korth Vancouver
Lynn Vallej 	
The Dam, North Vancouver	
l.y im Valley, North Vancouvei
.mi street, North Vancouvar ...
Froiner's Camp, N. Vancouver.
isi street, North Vancoaver ....
41I1 attest, North Vancouver ,.„
Sea Island 	
Until, North Vancoaver	
I.> mi Valley, North Vancouver
lib street, Noun Vancoaver ....
Lonsdale ave., N. Vancouver ...
llth street, North Vancoaver...
13th slreel, North V.iliioutu
North Valiiouver    	
Norih Vancouvar   	
Sleveslon    	
Greal Northern Cannerj 	
.'ml street, Sorth Vancoaver ...
North Ami Road, N, Vancouver
2nd street, Norlli VaUCOttvei
I.iiiii Island     	
2nd attest, North \ anconvet ...
Seu Island   '	
ist street, Noah Vancoaver ....
isi street, North Vancouvei
1 .siii atreet, North VaaconvM
ist street, North Vancouver ....
I,tnu Vallej    	
Sea Island    	
North Vancouver   	
ith stieet, North Vancoaver .....
jtli street, North Vancouver,..,
Telia  Nova     	
|ih slreel, Norlh Vanuum-i .
2nd Street,  Ninth Vatiioiiiel
Nm III V. 1111 ouver    	
I,win Valley, North Vancouvei
l-tasit  Nnu l,min it
2nd street, North Vancouvei .
Capil. road,North Vancouvei
l.iiiisilab* ,iu . n Vancouvei
itili itreet. North Vancouvm
ist street, North Vancouvei
Sei. ."., II   -A R SW, Si., lsl.m.l
ljighsh H.it. Sitinli Vancouvei
North Vancouver   	
1st  street, Ninth Valiiouver ....
I.tun Valley,  North Vancouvw
Eboroe    	
North Vancoaver   	
Lonsdale ,m.,  N.  V,iim,iu,i
Eburne, Bea Island	
I,uiu Island     	
I.um Valky, Ninth Vancouvei
nth street, North Vancouvei
Sletisloll      	
Hastings Camp, Bastings
Nortk Vancoaver   	
North Vancouver   	
Esplanade, North Vanconve
Promoter's Camp, Lynn Valley,
Sea Island  ',
isi street, Ninth Vancoaver ....
Lonsdale ale., N. Vamouver
I.uill Island      	
ist sireel, North Vancouver ....
Nnrth Vancouver   	
ini stmt, North Vancouvei
Nnrth Vuiitoiiiit 	
North Vuuujuvcr      _
Labourer    i
Farmer    i
Farmer     L
Farmer     L
Gentleman     c
Ezpressmaa    C
Woodsman     v.l.
■.alt-laker       C
Farmer     (.
Teauisler      I.
Contractor     t.
Janitor    i.
Master Marnier      C
Sihool Teacher     (.
Labourer     (.
Logger    I.
Architect      (.
Teamster      t.
Contractor     (
Carpenter    i.
Civil Engineer    (.
Rancher      (.
Miner    i.
Caretaker     (.
Hank Clerk     (.
Farmer     (.'
Carpenter    t.
Labourer      (.
Store-keeper      t
Farmer     (.
Miner    t
Fisherman      (.
1'"k,k'l'r    C
Axeman      (.'
Wiiinlsiii.in (,
Lalinurer      (.'
Rig. Clerk    c
Dispatcher    i.
Customs Olheer      C
Fanner     (.'
Tel. Operator    Q
Fisherman      (.'
Carpenter     f
Woodsman          t
Engineer     c
Hank Clerk     C
Mill Owner     i
Builder         i
.Miner             |
Broher           i
Fanner            1
Gentleman      1
Ciiinposiior           1
Contractor    C
Woodsman    c
Butcher     |
Fanner             1
Constable    ('
l'ostiiiaster        1
Parmer    p
Logger    (.'
Carpenter     £
Section Boss C.P.R c
Whitesmith      C
l'liolographer      C
Shipwright             t
Hl.uksiiiith       C
Fanner     V
Farmer            1
i iul Engineer    C
Baher      C
Caniiei viiiali              (
Ull. alltlll. in           (_■
Lllllibelliiall     ,  C
Lumbal Mu-thanl  C
Farmer     C
Uerk         i
822 Gibson, John H	
826 GiUberl, William    	
830 Goodhaml, Robert
H57 Gordon, Robert Gunn
8bo Gosdeit, Thomas    	
862 Graflon, Thomas   	
869 Grant, Allan    	
873 Grant, John     	
884 Gray, Thomas   	
902 Gregory, James    	
924 Haasanen, William
932   Hall, John Fowler	
937   Ilalliday, David     	
94b   Hamilton, Thomas H.
950   Hansel, John Masich „
9(39   Harrison, Joseph Fretl.
994   Hayden, John Edward
997   Healy, Geo. Stringer ..
1007 Henderson, Ernest
1008 Henderson, John Wm.
1049   Holland, Harry    	
1071   Hoskins, Joseph    	
1100
1109
1131
1141
1150
1153
1170
1212
122b
1256
1258
1270
1280
1287
1294
1303
1318
134-2
1370
1389
M57
1400
>4b5
14M)
1471
1478
i486
Hum, Edward Stanley .
Hurley, Gilbert Thomas.
Iverson, Wm. James 	
Jackson, Robert    	
Jellerson, Robert    	
Jellrey, John    	
Jones, Alexander     	
Kelly, William    	
Kent, Oliver Arthur	
Kirkbridge, John Ed	
Kirkness, John    	
Kolosoll, Alex. John 	
Lamb, John   	
Lander, Eli   	
Langstall, John James ..
La/.etiby, Fred Arthur	
Lelilanc, Joseph Arthur
Lee, Henry    	
Livingstone,  John Hort
well       ...;	
Lusk, Aiilid. Helsev 	
MacDonald, Roderick
Manuel, Elihu    	
Marriott, William R	
Marsden, Richard S	
Martin, Donald Smith ...
Martin, Herbert Allan ....
Martin, Malcolm 	
Mathers, Joseph    	
Matson, Win. John 	
Keniili'iiii'
Lonsdale ave., N. Vancouver ...
North, Vancouver    	
Lynn Valley    	
Nortli Vancouver    	
Lynn Valley,  North Vancouver
Nortli Vancouver    	
Rice Lake Camp, Lynn Valley .
4th streei, North Vancouver ....
Eburne    	
Sea Island   	
No. 4 road, block 10, lot 4, Lulu Island 	
Columbia hotel, N. Vancouver.
Norlli Vancouver   	
Gulf of Georgia Cannery 	
Moodyville     	
Eburne    	
North Vancouver    	
Lynn Valley,   North Vancouver
Lots 16, 17, block 85, D.L. 549.
North Vancouver    	
Lvnn Valley    	
Pre-emption L- I, 707 Lynn
Valley    	
Steveston    	
Lvnn Valley    _„	
1st street, Norlh Vancouver ....
Moodyville    	
Lynn Valley,  North Vancouver
Burrard Inlet Cannery    	
Steveston    	
2nd street, North Vancouver ...
loth street, Norlli Vancouver ...
2nd street, North Vancouver ...
Lvnn Valley    	
Eburne, Lulu Island	
Palace Hotel, North Vancouver
Humaby   	
loth street, North Vancouver ...
3rd slreel, North Vancouver ....
North Vancouver    	
Steveston    	
I'rofi'-iiiiin
truih* or
raillllii-
Ground
ol
Objection I
Blacksmith      C
Woodsman     C I
Teamster      C
Gentleman      C
Wgcr    C
Farmer     C
Woodsman     C |
Miner    C
Labourer     C
Carpenter     C
Fisherman      C
Lugger    C
Labourer     C
Foreman       D
Logger    C
Schoolmaster       C
Clerk     C
Woodsman    C |
Accountant     C
Porter     C
 C
Farmer     C
1487 Matson, Wm. John ...
1500 May, Hugh   	
132S Mill. Harry Leighton
1331 Millard, John    	
'532
13(12
LS9b
1613
162b
I653
Ihhh
I671
I698
1724
l"25
1729
1741
■73b
1767
I787
1741
I "W
iM:
18,<3
1866
1899
IU22
1937
1444
I'll*)
1971
'477
198b
2oti2
2038
2039
-'"■13
2oSI
2051)
2074
212))
2122
1173
2 IS2
2227
2211
W7
228b
2292
2323
2lt|i.
-'.Wl
2430
-Ml-'
2 pm
I486
.'va.'
2Slr>
•?5 24
-Mi
2S.S*
-' |83
I635
Miller, Alexander    	
Mitchell, Fred While 	
Mosher, Hy. Philip 	
Murphy, John Smith	
Myers, George George ....
McConnell,Joseph Andrnt
McDonald, Doncaa   	
McDonald, James    	
McGee, Hugh    	
McKeti/.ic, Hugh    	
McKenzie, Hugh    	
McKcrn, William
AIiLaren, Fred H	
McMillan, John    '....
McPherson, Alex. Joseph
Nelson, Jas	
Newlattda, William Potter
Nichol, Waller Latdlaw „
O'Doniiell, Hugh H	
Oliver, George   	
Paton, Thomas    	
Perketi, Edward 0	
Pettley, Frank Frederick.
l'oolie. Alexander   	
Pratt, Gorge    	
Price, Arthur Allied .....
Prior   Arthur James 	
R.iniev, Edwin    	
Rankin, Daniel    	
Redmond, James    	
Renshaw, John   	
Robinson, Jattm    	
Robinson, James Braven-
der       	
Robinson, Willi,un
Rogers, John A	
Root, Ernest    	
Rotiibt, l-'r.ink I
Siallerlt, Alex	
Seller!, Amos
Minis. Willi      	
Sinniis. Juiin
Smiili. .luhn RUhard
Sunih, Robert   	
Saarr, Mattben Henry .
Stea.l, Walter	
Sleeves,  Rose A	
Slolles, Win. Jr	
Thomas, eVilliam    	
Thompson, Robert Joseph
Tinker, .luhn Trallles	
Ttveede,  Prescott  Herbert
Vandaratine, Bpurgeoe
Walker, Dan	
Wall, Waller    ,	
Watson, Tims	
Wells,  J,lilies     	
•Vi .im A\ei Solomon
Wliilt.ikei, Benjamin
Williams, (it,slum Win...
Woodlunn, Allied James,
19th street, North Vancouver ...
Lynn Valley,   North Vancouver
Eburne    	
Eburne, Lulu Island   	
15th street, North Vancoaver...
St.John's school, Lynn Valley.
3rd street, Nortli V.iiuouver „.,
Lvnn Valley    	
3rd slreet, North Vancouver ....
1st aiiil Lonsdale, N. Vanu'inu
Loi 28, block 5»  Range ;,w.
Sea Island 	
Sea Island   	
Palace Hotel  ...'',
Moodyville    	
Lots 4 and 3. Seition 2h, block
5N Kburne 	
Rice Lake Camp, Lynn Valley.
5H1 street, North Vancouver ...
North Vancouver    	
Lulu Island, Eburne 	
Lynn Valley, North Vancouvei
I.ot28, H.3N.R.7W. Sea Island
Lonsdale ave, N. Vancouver ...
Eburne    	
31eC.ee road, South Vamouver .
Sea Island    	
Section 318, .Sea Island 	
Froimiie's Camp, Lynn Valk-t
Lum Valley    	
Moodyville   	
North Vancouver Hotel	
Lulu Island,  Eburne 	
Sea Island   	
121I1 street, North Vancouver ...
Sea Island   	
Eburne    	
Sea Island    	
Lol (01, Howe Sound	
Norlh Vancouver
Lulu Island    	
Lynn Valley,   North Vancouver
Fire llall, Nortli Vam,.titer	
North Vancouver    	
North Arm, Hurrard Inlet ....
l."l 319, Group 1, Eburne	
Aluiiilvville     	
17th street, North Vauiouvir
Norlh Vamouver    	
Noith Vamouver    	
Lvnn Valley     	
Eburne    ...'  	
Eburne    	
Ninth Vancoaver   	
2lul streei,  Norlh V,iiteoiu,-i
Uoodyvilli    	
Lynn Valley, North Vancoaver
Llllll Valley     	
Richmond Cannery, Sborne
Hotel Ninth Vancoaver
uilh slreet, North Vam out n
Richmond Cannery
Lot 23, block SN Range |N
South Vancouver    	
Norih Vancouver   	
.Miiodyville    	
Maiiioii Aii , North Vancouvei
Ninth Vancoaver   	
Lvnn Valley, N'mth Vancouver!
Lulu Island    	
North Vancouvei    	
2nd street, Norih Vancouver
Kburnc   	
North Vancouver   ....
l-'I'inne    	
Kiplanade, North Vancouvei ...
North Vancouver    	
Musician      C
Woodsman     C
Cashier       C
Accountant      C
Lumberman      C
Fisherman C
Farmer     C
Loggt*    C
Gentleman      C
Porter     C
Labourer     C
Farmer     D
Teamster     C
Farmer      C
Printer     C
Labourer C
Carpeuter     C
Hotel-keeper     D
Barrister      C
Kdgerman     C
Gardener      t
Clergyman    c.
Agent     C
Clerk in Holy Orders     C
Boatbuildcr      C
Teamster      L
Boatbuildcr      C
Shoemaker      ; C
Labourer     C
Farmer     ," C
Book-keeper      C
Logger    C
Rancher      C
Lumberman    C
I-ugRc**" C
Carpenter     (J
Farmer     C
Woodsman    C
Farm Labourer     C
Woodsman     C
Foreman      C
Farmer     D
Miner C
Teamster     __ C
l**>Kgcr    - C
Lumberman    _ C
Teacher    _ C
Hotel Manager C
Farmer     _ C
Farmer C
Missionary      C
Canneryman    „ C
Fanner      C
Farmer     C
Contractor     C
Traveller      C
Farmer    1   C
Labourer      _ C
Engineer    _ C
Labourer     C
Horse Trainer      _ C
Fisherman      „ _ C
Carpenter      _ C
Farmer C
Gardener      „ ,....C
Fanner C
Millman      „  C
Sawyer     C
Firi'in.in     _  C
HoatOiuilder           C
Hank Clerk C
l-iipeiiter     .«..__	
Mill hand C
L"gger _ (.'
Labovrer       C
Firiiiian      C
Labourer      „ C
Engineer    t
Farmer g
Sit tt.ird C.P.R D
Caipenter C
Miner     _
Contractor     ...„ C
Teamster      _ C
TeUMtot       .-. m-m, C
Farmer     fc   C
Clergyman _ C
Painter C
Farmer _,_ C
Porta "_,*.... C
Farmer     ,...c
Hanker     _  C
Telegraph Manager ' ..C
"C" denotes thai pi ri nn objei 1 (
holding ni the Court ol R'
"D" denotes lhat pereoa objected to is dead.
Abriavininnis.     Ginumls o) objection,
d lo has ii.ised, lm  ,1 period ol  su  lilonllis   next    U'lnrc    till'
vision, to reside iu Richmond Electoral DMrict THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
nil
lirtlMl
Aid. S I). SchulU Healed tilt
council and the assembled uiidi-
i*iiii- io an excellent specimen ol
patriotic oratory on Honda}
evening, in submit ting his resolution ttith respect to tin- de-
feme   ol   lhe   Umpire. The
avidity with which the alder-
men supported and passed the
resolution, evidenced  the  hci
thai Canadian loyalty is ih.ir-
SCtsristk ol UN rank ami lile ol
the cili/.enship. The resolution
uas as lollaitts
Whereas command nl the sea
is a primary essential in safeguarding the existence and supremacy of the empire; alld
whereas, it is authoritatively
conceded that said existence and
supremacy of the empire   are
threatened unless efiorts are
made to strengthen ils naval
potvers; and whereas, loyal Canadians have long recognised tin-
humiliating position of the dominion in (ailing to contribute
its fair share to the defeliu ol
the empire; and whereas, the
dutv ol Canada in the premises
is patent to all and the attachment of (fee dominion to the
motherland, and the wishes   ol
thc overwhelming majority ol
its subjects could not Ik* better
demonstrated than  by  an oiler
of oo immediate substantial
contribution lm Britain's "lirst
line ol defence."
Therefore, the council of the
city of Norlh Vancouver re-
cogni/.ing the supreme issui-. involved in the maiiilenanie of
the supremacy of the empire and
animated bv the desire lhat its
hard-won, and dearly-prised liberties should be perpetuated not
only Ior its nun children, but in
the interest, atul lor the benefit
ol humanity at large, hereby resolves that the federal govern-
incut In' requested to address
itself to the duly ol lontriliut-
ing immediately to Britain's na
vai strength, and that tin a
mount of suih contribution
should be ill keeping with the
dignity of Canada as the premier o\er sea dominion of the
empire,
It is lurther resolved, llie
(plc.atlon ol adequate deleitie of
lhe empire being one of paramount importance, to arhkh all
other matters are subordinate,
ihat   Canada   should   sesame
without delay its lair share ol
the animal burden "i imperial
ilcfeiice.
It is further resolved, that
topics oi these resolutions ke
sent lu Hon. Wilfred Laurier,
premier of Canada, R L. Borden. 31.P., and George II. Cowan, M.P.
^Hiii.iiiiiiii.im«miiiiiifiiii«iiiiimr^
^     '   DON'T FORGET|
When tt,iiitint! 3^
FURNITURE, CARPETS
LINOLEUMS, ETC.
Tlmt in- can (ill fata wu nil.
THIS WEEK
Iron Bedsteads from $400 up
Bed Springs,   Mattresses
a„i   Carpet Squares—Sine T.'.x.l, $7.50.
'.i.x'.i, sll..'hi,   iixi'j. |13.fi€
m rn, \mw umu:i. Hine humshkrs
f~mo 54   ind  56   Lon»d»l«  Avinui.
75 cents
<"M*-K"*aa**a*a«;a.^X*,>*:*->*K**;^^^
{The Grand Boulevard-
i
-and Viciniiij-
N0RTI1   VANCOUVER,   B.  C.
l-'l.KRY CONTROL
There was a good attendance
ol ratepayers at the inn-iing
held Thursday evening tu decide the method ol controlling
the lerry serviie.      In opening
ihe meeting, Mavor Mat read
the advice received bj tin i itj
louiuil lioin llieir solicitors,
wilh leicrenic lo iln- potters
vested in lhe utv aiiil the proper proiedure to be laken    Aid
Silnili/. read recommendations
adopted by the council ami the
citizens' committee with refer*
i int  to tin  best method "I It nt
control
Ablet inin McNeill] .nul \ uung
and R. V.  Macnaghten, J   A
Mm Nair,   I   Halloin Ker,   Win
Morden,  I-  C. Wright, W,  .1
Wright, W  *i  Dick, J, Holt, J,
R .1. Minr.it. (',. A Mt Ham
and others look pari in the 'Its
cession, alter arhkh e reeolul ion
was passed as billows: "That in
the opinion ol this meeting, B
would in* to tin-'".K-st Interests ol
the ill\ ol North Vamouver li
Imu' the lerry service operate
by a lililltril liability loinp.iut
and that the tapltal ol llie pro
posed company in- Sis"."no, di
videil into IS","O" shales ,,f iiiii
dollar e.nll; the till  lo bold all
tin* shares excepting the minimum Dumber, which fin- or seven dircctoes musl have, to Inilr
iiiiiii" The motion carried
iiuaiiiliiottslv. Iv Mahon. li A
Mi Ham. J. A. McNair, R. K
Uacnaghtea and Wm. Morden
wen' appointed ,i committee t'
proceed with tbc organizalfoi
ol i joint stock company as oui
lineil,
.1. R. I. Miniat brought it|
iln- necessity ol aitiwujj a  lull
hourly service from six a in   to
twelve midnight, and upon notion, tins was recommended to
the favorable consideration oi
the board of direetois u Inn ap
pointed.
Mayor May read e letter from l
W.   11.   Braim,   explaining   the
situation with reference to the
unpaid expenses incurred in con-1
section witli the motor boat:
transportation company, explaining among olher points
that he had been loinpcllcd lo
mortgage his property to satis-
iv these claims. On motion the
committee on the organisation |
ol a limited liability company,
was requested to endeavor to
have inserted in lhe articles   oi
association s clause, authorising the payment ol these expenses out of the (mids of the
new company.
A progressive SETTLES
A representative of The   .,\-
prcss enjoyed the advantage oi
a tour of inspection in Capilano
district on Monday, through the
kindness ol John Lawson, whose!
never failing willingness to confer favors upon his neighbors is
proverbial.      Mr.  Lawson    lias
recently    imported   some   high -
ilass horses In mt Onl.uio, com
prising   a   team   of   line   black
draft   horses; a team of young
chestnut drivers, —ope gelding
two years and one mare   three
tears old—and a standard bieil
mare, live years old.    The last
named bears the proud record ol
hating captured thirty lirst-,
i lass prises in lhe east and has I
been entered lor the approaching
bone shot) in Vanioittet. Tin-
trip round the district showed
niatiy evidences of improvement
in process and in contemplation,
A period of rapid growth and
development is evidently drawing near lor Capilano district.
H. BLAND
Home Block        Lonsdale Ave.
1 large cans tomatoes   25c
Ub  line butler  Sl.oo
STONEYfrCo
IWINTKRS
lE00RATOR8
SIGN WRITERS
tY ,111 papers,   Paints,    Varnish*-?,
etc., etc., etc.
117 Lonidale Avenue
:-*:-<*s'*+*-:--:--:.+-:-*>->vv<.<.+<.+<.^.^+.:.+<.+AA+.:.<.+.:..H *>•:+*:• ■>+*-:•
The gsrdaiit-g of the satire area of the Bottle
vard is now completed. The planting of the 2*
spacious blocks is practically linishe-d.
Complete maps and plans with price lists tvill
be ready in about two weeks.
Meantime lots are being sold and those desiring
to secure a selection from the full property, mav
obtain information now.
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Wi- are trying to make
tins -ton- n credit to tlie
Wesl Km! Iltl!1 •• ,ml
bv giving us u share of
your trade.
T. HUTCHISON
C.r. K ill un.l Mill Bt l'i.aaneR2
Harry Dick Mas an outgoing
passenger on .Monday ol this
week, bound lor lhe Kooteliavs,
where he will represent the Dun-
lop Rubber Coinpanv, ttiili head
quarters at Nelson.
Mrs Profit! ami Miss Ruth
l'robut, ol Seattle, are enjoying
the Master holidat season in tin*
city, the guests ol Mrs. ,T. A.
McMillan. Mrs. l'robit's sister.
Builder* and
Contractors
P. [-AR80N il   pn-p.it'i'il to
"»pi iy
lime, Brltk,
hand, Cement
Ami  nil kiiidx of  Building
Miitirinl ini]UHIltitieitO suit
lllal ;;•  ri ;i-ll llll'l)' |>rice8.
—API'I.Y	
HOTEL NORTHVANCOUVER
TELEPHONE Nn. '-'.
i Mahon, McFarland & Mahon *
Corner Seymour & Pender Streets
I       Vancouver,       -       •       B. C.
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nf kill liiiiniiiw
TKNIlKHS nre invil.'tl lur optnisi W
inl nl I -1 x Mrfi-t, |VMt), S-iceill*
qatlonl tn In- liml ut thr I'l-tri.l Munii i*
|»l 1 Min , Kiplinidr, it ln*n* st-.tli-il ten
li-r. mini Im. loilftil lutim 7.",n \< iu. nn
tin* I i.l 1. in-t.
Al KX  I'IIII.II'
i' M.C.
llll'S
I't-r'!, S|i ini; Tradi1:
Ti'.iial *i 1k, Mi'i* lor lartn,
;ar.*a **   ,     ||*B,     Of       I ■*■<" T V ll I. IT V .
ir in bft ariatttr. In Kintliinl.
||„!|*n,,l.   1'ri'IH"*.   Iiiit"!   WStM
a. ,1 Ineli iwwafl
llt'MI. GROWN   FRUIT  AM1
' RSAMENTAL THI K-
-MAI.I. FRl'ITr*
I , ri* *,,*•     I ,,*   Sii|a|alii-.   Spray
PuRini    S|.i,it     Miliriii'-.   Win*
V, nrllil Mid I'. I'** I'm   Klimt-r.
;.,;  I'mir t'awfafM ft"
Ollie,.    or hulllPI    mi'i    "-'''I
Iiiui*., HUH U.-lniiii.t.r ll'iinl
lam tint i-i. B.C.
Water Motor for Sale umbrellas repaired j. w. balmain
Siwn filed, etc.   key fitting civil engineer
Opp. Ptltre Hotel    ■   Second itreet E Quantity Surveyor and Architect
—J. IT. TAyi-or— • NORTH  VANCOUVER.
Offers are wanted for a
powerful Water Motor and a
i-irtniii Hnwunt of piping.
Sn me may lie inspected at
the oflice of—
THK EXPRESS
■K*aa*-vvwv*'A'Vw-«*vv*w» a/v^•A^^^^^^^|^Al^AAlVl|rv^^
CAUTION
lion'i |niv too niiicli for your Hardwire, Gel prices
from m* before buying,     We will snvi- ymi money.
We handle Hardware and Builders' Supplies
of every description.ai d our Goods are a'l the
best Standard Grades*    •*•*■»■*    •*
Via l.-l i v.-r Iri-c I" am iart ..i ill- lil'
PRIPFQ TAI K *° '"allir "llil1 """'r ri-iiri-m-iita*
PnlVw-CO I iHUlA .,..,,..,,,. „,,„|,. |„ you. Ki-t imr priced
li'lnri' I.mnn.- anil final mil lion- milcli tea i-nn -itvi* ton W>* pin- 111.I1
Inr mir Onndl,   Ull? npiatM IW In 1    W.. [Ire vmi tin* brant,
Run VAKUffl. uttww mm. ua
t,....t,,iirlloli-r.|.irMiiiii|iili*it''.iti|,r. T,.l,.i,li, ,110     \(l    88
«illl.".|rl|t*-TCalio«nvr.rt(.'  lit) I c|('|llli)tll     .>U.   OO
%P+W++/ld+*/l**<*+P^^
I'ROPOSIO LOCAL IMPR0VLMLNT
Take notice that Um OowkII tt tin
■ i ,,r|K,Miionol llie 1'ily ol North Van*
. *,*r inti'iiil. in I'luidtrui-t (mil ha.
I *:i rt iall y ctuidtructeil) tin work ur I.ocjiI
IiiiiirotTmi-nt Ml mil iu Ihi- mhetlnli'»p*
l*,iirii)|lIx-lnvv. uml iiitcinld to»*»eiw M
iiimi rest,or»pnrtion IhnasJi sasa tin-
reil prnperty ln'iii'titi'tl tlii'ri'liy IroaUsi
nr iDSttlaaf tlii-renii mnl lieiii lilble lor
,,a.i.»enii-iit lliiTi-lor.
A -iitifii.i*nt kliottiii|t tin' Imi'l- liiilili-
.imi propoei'il t" In- IpMlalljl ani-emil lor
the drilil iinproii'ini'iit Utt the name, ol
tin* owner-i Iln-reol, mi lar ad the .aim
. .,„ Ot imllliml 'rom tin- laat n-viinl
i-aiddini'iit roll mid  utliiT-urn-, i« no*
.lui lh)  nttlce ol  the  Adiieddmeiit
 iniddioneranil id u|ieii (or inipection
ilurisfsAaN hoiird.
llif di-li,.ilnli* U'lnii .hond Ihe edli-
■aiitwl i-o.l o( tin- iniprovi-inent ami tin
|iriiporlion to In- pnivitlrd out of tin-
.* ni-ral fiiinld ol tin- citv.
t inun ol ri'iidioii uill In held in tin-
iitv llall, Nortli Vaiu-oitvcr, B.C., on
tlo'iitlay. I21h day of April, WW, it the
'a'aiir ol S o'clock p.m., for the purpom'
■ I hearing any complainta againdt the
iirnpodi-tl MSNSBMDM, or the accuratv
,1 1 |,i> IrontlM iiieadiiremeiiti, or any
■ther rniiiplaintd which the pertiond in*
. icdti-d tli-dire to main- and which i« hy
iii cogniiable liv the Court.
THOMAS SHEPHERD
Andi'dlmi'iil Commininner.
North Vani'oiit'i'r, B,C,
lllth March, mt
si iiiiiii r m ii-liHi-li rn
I'roimdcd Estimated   Edtimat,
liiiprnvt'ini'iit        total cost citylopay
na Clearing, grading
iii,|ilrainnig,l»'iili'varil.
nig and uiacaditmiding
Inl Street, Imm Mahon
ttenue to St. David'd
<,,.,„„■ *27,fl«3.75   eil.l-13.2n
In Relaying tiilt-wnlk
am norih dideandlaying
, -iilewalk 011 imith
-„|,. of Unl Street, lie.
'WITH Mahon and St.
Lnviii'lAtenuei H"N1     |2UH.2fi
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Cirs leave the Ferry Landing lor Qucennbury Avenue, Twenty-first
street and Lonsdale, Winch street and Keith Road as (ollows : 6:15
a.m., 6:45 a. ni., 7:15 a. m., 7:45 a. m., Iilj s. m., 9 a. ni. 9:40 a. Ok,
10:10 a. m., Alter 10:25 a. Ot., cars will leave Queensbury avenue,
Twenty-first and Lonsdale avenue, and Winch street and Keith Road
at five minutes to the hour and twi nty-fivi- minutes past the hour.
Cars leave Nineteenth street and Cjueensbury avenue, Twenty-first
street and Lonsdale avenue, Winch streei and Keith Road as lollowi,:
6a. m., 6:55 a. m., 7:20 a.m., 8:05 a. in., 8:45 a.m., 9:30 a.m.
Alter 9:30 a. m. cars leave the Ferry Landing at ten minutes past the
hour and twenty minutes to the hour.
%~~   All boats an- met by the cars.
Cirs will uiniii'it with llu- Iati bonis nn Saturday
Having Your Teeth Fixed
wan, at one time, a very painful operation. With sennit id still painful. Not SO, however, at the Huston Dentists. We have all the latest equipment known to the
modern dentist.     ll is more like
A Pleasure to bave Your Teeth Fixed
by our ilenlists lieiHiisr they are all experienced men. We
make no chai-;i- lor examining your teeth and would be
pleased lo look them over al any time.
IBA0 OUR TRICKS.   THKY NEVER CHANGE
Full set of teeth  H °°
Hridgc work, per tooth   500
t'.old crowns      5-00
Gold fillings        Mi «p
I'latina fillings      I*00
Extracting       5°
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.,
Dr. X. R. Baker, Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings Street West, Vancouver
Hours 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Phone 2229 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Two strong and important
delegations waited upon the
district council, at their regular
session, on Friday evening last,
one representing the Lynn Valley ratepayers' association, and
the other the Capilano land &
improvement association.
The Lynn valley association
made request through tlieir secretary, Percy King, for the following items of information:
I, The amount of money spent
in wards one and two respectively, since the incorporation
of the city, for the construction
of roads; 2, the amount spent
during the same period for the
construction ol bridges; j, the
assessment value ol property in
the respective wards; 4, the a-
mount of taxes due from each
ward for the year 1900. The
clerk was instructed to provide
the information requested.
Thc Lynn valley association
likewise submitted for the consideration of the council, three
resolutions, which had been
passed at their last meeting, as
lollows: 1, That the council arrange to confer with the Hastings Shingle Manufacturing Co',
with respect to the improvement of the Hume crossings on
public highways. The clerk
was instructed to arrange a
conference; 2, that Dovenourt
roatl Ik- opened to Campbell ave.
as per resolution of last year's
council; board of works lo have
the worn done according to
specifications; 3, that a sidewalk
bc laid on church road, (10111 the
pipe line road to the institute
liall; board oi works to construct walk, same lo be charged up later to local improvement. The several resolutions
gavii rise to considerable discussion upon the part ol members ol the council and the de-
It-;,ition, chief among the latter
being Percy King, John M Duval and F. Underwood.
The matters upon which lhc
Capilano land and improvement
association approached the
council were as lollows: 1, Thc
immediate construction iby the
district of a temporary wharf
at Hollyburn; 2, the construction ol a roadway from the said
wharl lo Keith road; 3, that the
council approach the provincial
government and request thelll
to proceed at once to make good
their promise made with relerence to building roads at the
time last auction sale of provincial lands; 4, that the council proceed at once with the construction of a road along the
eastern boundary ol D.L is I.
from Keith road to the northern boundary ol D.L. 7H3, and
also Mar's road from the waterfront north through DL. 555
and 815; s, that in onler to provide sulliciiiit funds to open up
the district by means of mads
lor the encouragement ol incoming population, the council
.submit a bylaw to raise $200,-
000, on thc general credit of tin-
district, Ior the purpose.
The communication of the
Capilano association was supported ably by Charles Nelson,
president, A. E. Liddle, secretary, and .1. A. Clark, G. A.
Mi Ram, John Lawson and J.
Paton. The proposition to
borrow $200,000 (or the construction ol roads, wa.s also
strongly supported by the incni-
U*rs of thc Lynn v.illcv ratepayers' association.
In closing the discussion, the
reeve stated that he had lore-
seen lor sometime pHst that thc
policy hitherto followed, ol
opening up a road only when .1
settler gave assurance that he
was about to build, could not
long answer the requirements
of the district at large. The
linanccs ol the district wen- in
excellent condition and could
readily bear a loan for improvement purposes.
The matter ol tramline extension to Lynn valley was broached by the representatives of
lhat association, with the suggestion that the council assume
the clearing ol the right-of-
way. Council was prepared to
give due consideration to details
concerning this project, when
some definite proposition was
received Irom the tram company, but at llu- present time it
was considered that action
would be premature. The difficulty oi crossing tlic flume was
mentioned, and it was thought I
that the council and the Hastings Shingle Mill Co. could adjust this matter satisfactorily.
A. G. Perry, manager B. C.
El. Ry. Co., wrote council,
with regard to the advisability
of arranging Ior inspection of
wiring belore electric light is installed in buildings, to conform
with the underwriters' code.
The clerk will prepare a bylaw.
T. S. Nye consulted council,
with reference to shifting the
roadway on 0,ueen street, Irom
the side to thus centre, of the
road allowance, a distance ol
sixteen led, in order that he
might boulevard in trout ot his
property. Geo. Wagg pointed
out that- this would interfere
with his plan of subdivision,
which council had agreed to accept, as il had been ratified by
the registrar. Board ol works
will investigate and report.
Mcsdaines A. II. Scriven and
E. S. Smith, owners ol the
south one-half ol block 24, D.L.
2026, called attention to the
lact that steps should be taken
to secure from the owner ol the
opposite block, a 33 foot road
allowance, as the writers had
already granted the same, and
a 33 loot road is not at all ad
equate. Board oi works to re
port.
W. J.' Mauning wrote, requesting a roadway to his property, lot 2o, block 1, re-suntli-
visioii ol blocks 4 to 13, D. L.
2026, situate on Essex street.
Clerk to secure assurance thai
writer intends to build al once.
Geo. Waddell wrote, asking
for the opening up of Essex
street to his properly and the
laying oi the water; also ior a
sidewalk Irom (Jut-en street to
Essex street. To be done as
soon as street gang is available.
Geo. King intends to improve
lhc north one-hall of D.L* 7S'
west of Capilano river, and
wishes a roadway to the same.
Laid over Ior later consideration.
Reeve McNaught gave a briel
verbal report concerning the delegation lo Ottawa, adding
some interesting items lo the
reports already received. He
stated that the government
would undertake the widening
of the First Narrows as soon
as the dredge had completed the
work at the mouth ol False
creek, which would probably be
sometime during the summer.
lie further intimated that hi
had received intimation Irom
well informed sources, that the
1 mist nn nmi of the Second Narrows bridge and the building ol
ten miles of railway on tIn-
north side ol the Iulet by the
V, W. k Y. Ky., is much nearer
than is commonly supposed. He
mnmicd ill the statements already made by his colleagues,
*ith relerence to the extension
ol the V. W. k V. charter. He
had taken up thc matter ol the
construction oi a wharf at Holly-bum with Ralph Smith, M.P.
and had been assured by him
that il plans of the propositi
wharf were forwarded to him
al Ottawa, he was confident
lhat he could secure an appropriation to cover at any rate
PIONEER DRY GOODS,
Gent' Furnishing and Fancy
Store.  Cor. 2nd& Lonsdale
! SHAW'S
EASTER NOTICE
We curry the largest and best selected stock in the city
and have kits ol Fresh Goods at Vam iuti nneri mnl lower
for tbe Faster trade. Come and i*n-11*. h Ion- cmssia| llie
Inlet.
NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
CORSETS from $1 up
PRINTS, value 15c at IOC per yard
GINGHAMS, CHAMHREVS, and ZEPHYRS
15c per yard
Sec our new line of MADRAS CURTAIN MI'S-
L1N 20c and up per yard
LADIES'   STOCKINGS,   Cotton   from l$C to
25c per pair.    LISLE 50c per pair
Our Stock of GENTS' FURNISHINGS is complete and at prices the lowest.
Z
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Jo
PALACE
HOTEL
Ratis:
.< ■ 00 per and up.
Special rates to families and lo regular
boarders	
REDA & ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Suoni) StSSST,   ■   *   -   -   NORTH   VANCOUVER, B.
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hall
jflmiCTffffi]
We solicit the business of Mnnuficturen,
Knjrinef mud others who retliie the idviiabil- ■
i'v < f having their Patent buv.t rat transacted
t-y Expert* Prel.wtniryidvic?free. Charges l
1 loderate. Oor Inventor's Adviacri-nt upon re-
r-Kit MarinnfltMaHno.Reg'd., New Yuri; Life
l V*m M.mi'Ml ■ tnd Washing-Ion   DC   U.U
Safety Deposit Boxes to Kent   Safety Deposit Boxes to Rent
Acttas Extscutor, Truitaa, Liquidator  Receivers and Assign**!
Court Bonds Issued
INTEREST
Paiil   un   ili*|ii»<it-.  niiii|Hiini<M
fnnr litni's yearly.
Pm* Book* liaua-4	
5*
t.i IIAKNARD, Chairman
HON  K.CARTEK-COTTiIN, Chairman of Kieculit**
F J P. OIB^OS, M.naner I. G. tt AWWMOHT, Secretary
lirativille Maiiiiona Block, corner KoImuii ami Granville
P. 0. Boi 901) *>h<"'« M9
Safety Deposit Boxes to Rent. Saletv Deposit Boxes to Rent.
VANCOUVER Business and ProfeMiooal Director!)
ACCOUNTANTS
BUSINESS COLLEGES
HAT WORKS
W. T. STEIN k CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
^ity Auditors
North Vancouvei
516 l'ender street
KENDALL,  SEWELL k CO.
Chartered Accountants and
Auditors
Vancouver, B. C.
Victoria, B. C.
Seattle, Wash.
Phone 1923       P.O. Drawer 765
ARCHITECTS
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. W.
Canada'a Graattat Wiium School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - - Manager
HARDMAN HAT WORKS
- PRACTICAL HATTERS -
Hats   cleaned   and   blocked at
the sign oi the Hat
420 ABBOT STREET
VANCOUVER, 1). C.
LAOIES1 HmRDREbSING
NTI1I1 liRMHES
tan iht Highi'sl Paid IV it ihis
Pitman's Business College,
632 634 636 Seymour Street,
VANCOUVER, B. C,
CHIROPODIST
E.STANLEY MlTTON.M.l.C.A
ARCHITECT
119 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
F. G0RL1CH, (Graduate)
CHIROPODIST. Corns,bunions,
sore feet, etc.   cured.       Many
years practice in London, Eng.
Room 54 Davis Chambers
615 Hastings Street West
Hours: 9 to 12 a.m., 1 to 6 p.m.
AUCTIONEERS
portion ol the cost. He also
iliMiissed with the department
the establishment ol a custom.-,
ollice on the north shore, but
the department did not think
that there was sullim-nt Imsi-
ness to justify the depaituu
just at present. An official
from thc Vuncuuver ollice will,
however, be deputed to make
visits to North Vancouver Ior
the convenience ol local houses
as business may require it.
Council adjourned to meet mi
Monday evening to complete the
business uf the session.
A. M. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
163 Cordova street west
the only auctioneer who will
pay spot cash before the sale is
oniliictcd
bARRliiTERS
McCROSSAN k HARPER
HARRISTERS,  SOLICITOR*^,
NOTARIES, ETC.
32-34 Imperial Block
Cor. Pender and Seymour Sts,
P.O. Drawer 1116     Phone 2444
REAL ESTATE
Keep your eye ou
EAST   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particulars apply to
MORDEN k THORN ION
Phone 815     440 Homer Street
madam Humphreys    I    lurk^UlTe UUiUTeUllet) eiC
The Alexandra. 5IJ9 Granville st
Scalp treatment for all kinds ol Ugg[|||gj   ttfllvTilUVll   Ull.
disease. Children's hair cutting. 1 *
utling.
Facial Massage.      Manicuring.
Hairdressing 25-50
Shampooing 50.        Phone 1000
MAPS mnu UlUt friimis.
VANCOUVKR MAP k BLUEPRINT CO., LIMITED	
OENTISTS
DR. W. F. WRIGHT
DENTIST
Successor to Dr. Dalby
HJ3 HASTINGS ST. WEST,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Phone 978
Prol. JOS. E. N'URNBERGER
Musical Directur
Vancuuver Opera House
Rooms 3 and '4 Elks' Hall, Lur.
Robson and  Granville Streets.
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
DRUGGISTS
RED CROSS
DRUG STORE
A.J.GORDON, M.D.
53 Cordova Street,
_       VANCOUVER, B.C.
Prescription Specialist
Phone 1053
f
F. C. SAUNDERS •
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary
Public. Member ol the bars
ol British Columbia snd Quebec. Room 9 Empire Building, 603 Hastings st. west.
Vancouver, B.C.    Phone 416(1
1.    O.    O.     Fa
North Valiiouver Lodge, No.
55, meets every Thursday even-
ng, corner Lonsdale .luttin* .unl
attend. A. L. Clements, N.G.;
ing .brethren cordially invited to
First .street, at 8 o'clock, Visit-
Thos. S. Nve, Ret.-sec; J. 11.
Pilling, Fin.-sec.
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Hoard ol
Tratle units lhe third Tui-sd.i*
ol each month, at 8 o'clock p.
111., in llu* lnurd room, City
Hall. Executive meets Um lirst
Tiiesil.iv ol each month I) ('..
Dick, President ; J. R. .1. Murray, .Secretary.
SCHULTZ k ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms Kty-lOJ Crown Building.
615 Pi'lliler Street
Phone 990
S. 1). Schult/        C. S. Arnold
BAIHS
Kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer sad Pender Sts
DYEING AND CLEANING
The only place in B. C. where
work is done entirely to customer's satisfaction.
PERTH STEAM DYEING k
CLEANING WORKS. A. Inglis
Proprietor. Phone 756. Club
rates a specialty. 562 Seymour.
Electric blue-printtug, drafting,
tracing, city maps.
Crowe & Wilson Chambers, 441
Seymour slreet Phoue lobo
MUSK/
441) Seymour Street
ki..11, coiAlU
LAND AND A1UR1GAGE
I.N   I   .-,0 1 .UlVM &
ESTAihij MANAGED
FlRE   IN&UKAa-i-.---,
R. Kerr Huuigale Manager
ALLbVb RhaiAORANI
J.ninii ur Dinner 2j>c.
Shun oruers al all Uuurs
57 Hastings Mitel West,
vANLUUVER, B. C.
PROF. GEO. COWAN, Expert
teacher uf Violin, Mandolin,
Banjo, Auloharp, Zither, will
give twenty private lessons
lor I7. Further uilormaiiou
at Cowan's up-to-date Music
Store, 608 Westminster ave.
AU Nurlh
eat al
V aim ouver   peuple
LEOlMAKD'S
liium i-iaiik muca ul liasl-
nigs stieet, opposite the new
Post Unite. 1.11,n.od sells his
lea by the pcund.
Phone 463
M. W. WAITT & CO., LTD.
558 Granville Street
O a. Ml llu   M»..nil1-.*»
Pianos
\ANCUlVER SEEING
iiAUUNE liAUlANGli
^^^^^^^^^^^ 791 Granville bl.
Talking Mat limes —; Wholesale aud retail dealers   in
^^^    Music Goods   ^^^
The oldest music house 111 U. C
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Itiswtag Mjtliiucs and Supplies.
Machines mi ltd by Uie week or
niouih. i'huue 1487
PHOTOGRAPHERS 	
IhkMlnbb
MARTEL'S  STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHERS -
THE LABOR EXCHANGE
3 Witer St. Phune 3059
HELP OF ALL KINDS
Furnished lo employers Iree   of,,-.    ______________mu
charge.      Phone 0? write rush lhc ,bMl W sl^10 un __
~————^—~^—~^—W     |lh„aaaa    lllX
orders at uur expense.
122 Hustings Street West,
VANCOUVER, 11.
cuusl.
Phone 3228
FENCING
PICTURE FRAMING
wire fencing PICTURE FRAMING
Farm  and  Ornamental   Gates *£ |'ftve ^e largest stock   ul
Garden Arches, Flower Stand, mouldings ,n D.t^o select iron,
' so when you want framing doiu
The only up-to-date and reliable bath house in British Co-
lumbia-
We cure where others fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plain baths, electric baths,
shower baths, massage lor body, sialp and l.i"', electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
IDS   KALI.ETI1E, 1'ROP.,
Graduate ol Berlto,
ll.C. ANCHOR FENCE Co.Ltd
74t Pender Street,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
GROCERS
cheap and well get uur pruts.
BAILEY BROS. CO. LTD.,
540 Granville and 138 Cordovu
READY MADE HOUSES
LAMhkAl'llONE   THEATRE
.Utiliaiiiial    Opeia,   Wudeville
and Draiua
Piogram changed eiety Monduy
Any seal in lhc liuusc lue.
58 Hastings Slreel West,
\ANc-UUVER, B. C.
WAICHMAKERS
English  practical  Matchmaker;
Established 1889
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
nn Hastings Bt. (downstairs)
THE BTAMDA10 BOUSE
BUILDING k CONTRACTING
COMPANY LIMITED
688 Carrall Sunt
The B. C. Mills
Timber and Trading Co.'s
Germany Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays -Patented Sectional NUdiafS,
Speiialty,   repairing
WdtiDKOOFE,
312 Carrall Street
WINDOW SHAOES
V.,tilt Yam inner Estimates . .
and delivery Iree	
F. W. BOWES k CO.,
il.uiiif.il Um is nf window shades
750 Robson st.
Phone 843 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Kaatei ^ondi—Hhaw'i
-uiu 'i.n-  Cummlngi
renders* Diitrict oouncll
ru> Iota- Ir.tm h Bllliiifi
! aialaa -' 111i' 1;Il>*r\    \),...n■'-
Seed* loi lli.' Innn—llt-nrt 'i
N'i* i*i* in i—McMillan'i
I' 'in.-   Van, Milling Co
l' i rt—St. ' nalriVi-iliiirrli
Butteripeeiala- r I! Ila' kmss
Via ah, -i Inipectlon- tiraaaia \ i
Don'l lirpii   N V Home Porniilien
1 i-i ai  ubjected  nal'*'*   Provincial
: aa'l.t
111
Nu u Ui Naught presided and
Councillors Gordon, Westover,
,unl Davison were present .u tin
adjourned meeting nl iln- dis*
hm council, Mun,I.it evening,
Messrs, Irn in St Hillings submitted a plan ni deviation loi
Ki ill) in.ul through D.L. $55
iln engineer reported mat tin*
aurvey "i ilns mail was in progress and would l'i completed
i* 1.    Clerk iu repl) in uui
eflect.
Plans ui subdivision wen
passed as lollows Re-subdivi
sion "i .-1 iiloiks in Dl.. tim', 1.1
Iwo Itluiks 111 ll.l, .'i,|\ ui
liluik Jn, D.L. -'"-'-', ami "I 1).
!• blJ 'imi 620, A plan ol sttli-
diilslou ol lol i, block i, u.l,.
uas laid OVer.
Engineer   Cameron   reported
null 11lititiii. i,i a milium    ui
in,nls reierred to lum .um  un*.
instructed tu prepare specilics
lions iaai ,, road to D.L. joa, to
■•  |o, I).I,   .'i.j:, ami lm  iln
itillallllllt   I      Ul     Dlltl   llllllll      f I.
li tia.-, resolved lo call loi
iiinliis iur Essex road west,
and iu du tin iinik un iinh
I  In ii.ii  I.ilmr.
Iln temporal-) loan bvlaw,
authorising tin- borrowing   01
>J5i  »as passed,    A in i.m
i" amiiiil ihe road lu bylan
Mas also passed,
Hn highways appropriation
bylaw for Gordon road, mini >,i
tm* Capilano,and lot Au.in roao
I*win i,iliu, paiKd its hist am,
ua'ii'l readings.
Iln- board ol Incuse commis
sioiiiis was constituted as lol-
low i: Councillors Gordon am
Davison ami .1. I. Kcitli .um a
It Diplock, ll Peers »,is ,.|a
pointed a apecial conslabk loi
Capilano district
im engineer reported lhat
contractors Holt \ Dougill bad
eompleii-d their contract, Keith
east, ami authority waa
given im iln payment ol tin
balance ol iln* contract pnci
Councillor Davison reported tu
iln- effect thai tin- contractors
im iln Deep Cun road  would
lllllsll   llllll   Hulk   llljs  HccK.
Councilloi (Vestovo brought
forward tin subject ol clearing
H" pipeline mail (or Iramwa)
extension, .unl iuted that tin*
B I I'il* Ry. Cu. had asked nu
it* Several ratepayers wen
I ""li uiiiiin, iu iin uai
'" 'imi n was resolved, mi nn.
""" "i Councillors Vestovei
■nul '"'i'inli. thai upon Um r, i
''•' By. Co, giving assnranct
ihai tlm mil commence opers
lions iu extend tin- tramline a
long iln pipeline iu.nl, oi ml
J'11111' roads, within three
months, council mil deal tin
ni:1'! "i wa) mi tin iiunii nidi
"i 'In ".nl allowance, .••   Peel
"I'l'a       IIUIII       tht      HU laUllllal.U
1 ' II" kn,   road, imt including
'•pins "'  grading,  payment
i" In in.ul, mn i,| i|„ genera
iniul.
'I I" Tea -mn was authorize)
to pa; the sum ol s' in to Iht
j«ini civil .uiu rtising commil
'"    •'    I'.n I  "I  Iln   "Mill    mad,
I unci],
(a.in,, iii,,i* Cordon drew attet
''"'I '" 'In mnl nl a iiusstii" ,,
Kt nli in.i-l ivcst, and on tuolioi
ji «*i   ordiu-l tu in construct
id.
BOAHD Ot TRADE
Tin   '.'.iniil  meeting ol   il
1 '.uai nj tradi  waa held Tm
' uiu-;. At a sliuil (nee!
ing "i iiii* executive In Id befoi
tin npening ol 'In regular si
1    \    ll.iliin   inlniiliirii1
ilu mattci nl iiii* eppointmen'
ul     a     building     InipCCtOI      l"i
i'i Vancouver, ami il   w. ■
l*ii*i ovei loi future scllon,
l'i' itli-ni I) G, JJ-.-k pn
,ii tin* general meeting. James
A. McNair was proposed ami
duly elected as a tueinbei of the
board. The secretary reported
that Ab Busteed, general freight
superintendent oi the C.P.R.,
Inui sent lu-* representative ovei
to Investigate ilu- propusii!
freighting ni cars across ilu- Inlet, and thai alter g011)g    nvel
ilu- ground, request had been
made thai ilu- company in- furnished with data as in the a-
mount ui freight handled b
North Vancouver firms Irom
liiiuitli tn month. Tin seen tai j
is engaged gathi i ing lhe Information,
President 1). G. Dick submitted his report as delegate lo Ottawa, ilus report uas identical wnii Una submitted in tin
niinii delegation, with iln- at.,
nl iiiiaiiiii.iii.ni that tin* minis
ter ui  marine  bad  intimated
that   In    WOllld   like  tu  icieive
suggestions nmu all pans ol
ihe constituent-) interested, relative bo the matters submitted
io him. Thi- repoii was received.
Tin- committee on commera
,ui I transportation reported, respecting passenger rales un lei-
r_i ami tram across tin- Inlet,
iln report emphasised the ne-
cessit) ni securing, n possible,
ui average rate tlmi would not
exceed that sustained b) resi
dents ni other outlying distrii is
adjacent to Vancouver. The report recommended as follows
rii.it tin* board drait s petition
In In- submitted in iln- iiti  ami
alistini councils, in iiiiiii tn se
inn- tlnn in operation in a
joint committee wnli tin- Imam,
in request tin II. C Kl. K) -."
ami tin inn mauagi ment in in
augurate settlers' rates as lul
luws:  Prom ti a.ill. In -i* Ij a in
a ticket i,un lug a iranslei m
tin- Vancouvei lim- (rom iln
Nurth  Vancouver  lun; Irom   |
p.lll.   tll   '. ly   p.m.,   .1   Ulkl I   l,II
itin-; a transfer Irom tin- \ an
couver to the North Vancouvei
line; a i.uiiili  ticket j; 1   foi
50 une wai trip Utki Is. Inr S.\
with Iransfei a-- above; .1
monthi) um iukti lur Si
guild   Hum   North   Vancouvei
llnlll  I' In  'I. li  a.m.,   allll     llnlll
Vancouve 1  4.15 to   7.1 .s
p.m.; that until high school la
iiiiiii*. .in established in Nurtli
Vancouvei, high -*.! 1 students
in i.iiiiul across tin- Inlet fn 1
A  litter Has received   from
tin- Vancouver Province, declin
mg in withdraw iheir offer
Alex,iluii I   Philip siiliiiiittnl  a
Hsulutiuii wiih respect in the
appointment ol a board nl bar-
boi commissioners, .liter a
length)  discussion, the resolu-
N1W SPRING AM) SUMMER
UNDEKWEAE
Ladies' white cotton vests, lung and short sleeves, 2 for 2,sc
Ladies' while COttoS vests, lung alld short sleeves, each...is.
Ladies' white cotton vests, long and short sleeves, sach...3ocl
I,allies' white cutton vests, lung and short sleeves, each.. :-n '•'
All the more expensive lines in liner qualities in stink.
LADIES' SI RING HOSE
Ladies' cotton hose in black, tan ,iiiii white, 15c,2oc -aid 13c
Ladies' fine open work hose in black, tan and white 15c]
L.itlit's' lust   Lisle hose, plain and open      I...MC allll .Sm
MEN'S UNDERWEAR
liaie a large assortment  oi men's underwear in Halbrig-'
gau, iiiiiiii", line wool and up to lhe highest quality silk mi)
lures at  the Inwest possible prices.
We
Under Market Value
in D. L. 273
Lots 14 and 15, Block 8, Double Corner for S1600
1-3 cash
Lots 19 nnd 20, Block 10, Double Corner for $1450
)-x\ cash.
Lots  21   and  22,  Block   12,   Fifth   Street,  J1300
1-2 cash.
Lnls  13 and  14, Block i.l, Double Corner,   51500
i-,t cash.
I.nts in, io, :i and 22, Block 11, Fifth Street J750
each, i-,i cash.
Lots  20 and  II,  Block  IS,  Fourth Street,   J.1500
I -J cash.
These are way lielnw market prices and will not go
lugging very long.
.J. .J. McALEECE
S. GINTZBURGER
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l.O.XSllAl.l-: AVKME
PHONE 43
atx i~~j~zim~m~mL~Ti. s
THE .NOKTIl VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
ifti Curdovii Strecti l-anrouver- B. C.
1-11. box ne
SEE    SASH        DJORS        MOULDINGS
(J S BRACKE TS      CRHS I'INGS
FOR  ST0RH AND 0FFICE FIXTURES
IllMUKD WOODWORKING I U.IO..Y, loot ol Si. George
Ue -'.licit n trial 1 nlu
mr 1 >>*■ I, • r -
wn rucxTU rot) n .; nm m
STR. ST  GEORGE
Silt. NORTH VANCOUVER
Pioneer bakery
». H. \\cilk«*i,  -   Proprietoi
Hn ad il.nit tlfliu 11 I
i" .il parti ol thi 1 itt
20 loaves in fi
HIGH '.I, \hl.i
PASTRY, 1 m
PIONEER BAKERY
I'iii'M K       ;i Lonsdsli Ave
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
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THE HISSES I' MVSOS
M*ii'..l I
Nixies Senl Oi't 'ii Application
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PIIONF.  f)0
tion vas laid over until the
nexl general meeting. A Q.
Perry, Geo II. Morden, W. ,1.
Irwin. A. Philip and   J,   ft. J.
\lnira\ wen* appointed s committee tu niuler with Geo. II.
Cowan, M.l'. wiih relerence to
tin matter.
T. S. Nu- introduced e resolution,   recommending   the  dty
Council tO pass a Inlaw resuming Suntlui trading, which was
laid over lor luiurc action,
.1. F. C. Wood   tailed   attention to ihe desirability ol teats!
being placed .11 convenient dis-1
Willies  along   Luiisilali-  amine. •
Referred to tin* public improvements committee.
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SI I UN,, IGGS IOR S\L1
Ih.ir.nii'liiir'ii Wlain* it
tll _*n,iriiiiiii*i; ♦:' |n*r *i*      .   I
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The   Model   Poult, y   Yards
IV. I'   t;|-K.N\IA.V I'lii'i
i  *r  llih ti JoHM   It.*.,  N, \.. ..in. 1
itdnkin - Harding
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North Vancouver,   -   B.C.
H.i.t Storr   206  Inn.*.!,'  la,
Otipti.itr Vl. i,'. Ortwrr, Stuip
KEITH  KOAD,   BLOCK   103,
1). L. 530,
.Stilt lit   lull lots,   lu   bc   'It
livered CLEARED AND GRADED. A (Shit slreet divides tin-
block instead ul an ;illi\. Bach
lot extends from street in slreel
Prices:
Hoe, 1 and : together Ji6uo
4 to 11 each     (175
ij and 13 together ... 1550
11 and 13 together .., 1^"
Ih lo :.| each      Boo
Tei ins: S Ji ki cash per lot.
Halance '.. yiaih  loi   ) years
al 7 per cent.
Alexander fr FuwmIci)
LONSDALE AVE.
iVWWWVW-^ 1JVWWWAV1
CITY LOIS $175
1 and (i|)-E.iAt| htms
Harbo2* View Tract
M 11>- and Pstticul us on application
">
$10,000 10 LOAN
Iu sums ui (500 to fii5oe "ii' use in im proved
properties, period oi 3 years .11 B p.c, per tnanio.
Irwin c Billings Co., ,ld.
Cor  Lllia.l.lo Al
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| High Class
; Dentistry
Concert
In SI. Inilrcw's I'IiiiiyIi
Tuesday, 13th
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I liau* opened a modern, up-to-date  Denial
(nine, in iln Palace Hotel, In this city, where
mil In* [ottnd   ill lhe  latest   a|i|ilialius  ani  il
mis Ior carrying on a High Class Dental Practice. All erorh done in this office is covered b>
a Protective Guarantee, giving the people ol this
iiu au opportunity ol Inning their erork done al
llunie, and also ai Vancouver prices.
Note the Prices
Lull mi "i teeth $$ ui'
('.old liaiutis    S.s up
Bridgework    Jj u
Hold Fillings           h up
Allm Fillings    Si up
Extracting (painless) v»
Consultation      I'ln-
i-.\.innn,ition     Free
DR,   .\.   M.   LOWE
emm Ail-' PHILADELPHIA DENTAL C<11.1.1.t.l
liom . ii ,i in to 6 p.iii.
STRAW HATS
ii>MMMmMvwz&JiW'~AW_mM
For Men.-,  Boy* aii.1 Children
ALL   PRICES   FROM
15c. TO $2
COME AND LOOK
BEFORE YOU BUY.
rKSEWJHUttiSJ
CUMMINGS
I lothing,       Punish  . Men's  Lsdiss', an.l
( liildn n'i Bool* .imi Shu. i,
NK.VI' To BURNS' MEAT MARKET

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