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Voluniu 10
Noiith Vancouver, ll.C, JrNE 10, 1910
Number 14
Summary of North Vancouver City Council
Proceedings in Relation to Grades
At the council uieeting held
on January 3rd, iqm, llu- following resolution was passed :
Whereas il is desirable lo is*
tablish general  or  permanent
grades on all streets ill the
city,
He it, therefore, resolved by
the Minor and Aldermen ol the
citv of North Vancouver iu
open meeting assembled as foi
lows, vi/. :
1. A general or peiiiianenl
grade, cotninonlv known as a
bench grade, is hereby established on all slreets in the city
of North Vancouver, extending
north from tin- waterfront to
the northerly line of 1 jth si ieet
or anv extension thereof except
where otherwise determined by
the council bylaw.
2. A general or a permanent gratle cominonlv known
as a straight grade, i.s hereby
established on all slleels in the
Cily of North Vancouver extending east and west from
Lonsdale Ait*, between the wa
lerfroiil and 1 Uh slreel or any
extension thereol, except
where otherwise determined by
the council by bylsw,
,1.   Authority is hereby given
the City Bagineer to proceed
with the preparation of profile
maps establishing such grades
on the streets above mentioned and when completed to sub
mit same to the council lor approval and Bul adoption,
At the ciuincil meeting held
on January 17th, 1910, a com
Minnii .11 ia hi uas received from
City Kngincer Hants lorward
ing grades reipiirul bv the
Hank oi Hamilton for the tree
lion of their new building at
corner ol 1st street and I.oils
dale Avenue and pointing out
ihal belore such grades could
Ih- given il would be neies-ai\
to repeal a Inlaw passed bv the
council on Mth Fchriiurv, 1908,
the grades aiid profiles connect
nl with whiih were verv indeli
nalt
The grades were approved
anil adopled and Aid Schult/
gave notice that at next lnccl-
ing of the council he would introduce a Inlaw lo repeal the
Inlaw establishing a grade on
1st street east.
Ai the ciuiniil meeting hdd
mi February 7th, win, inlaws
■UBlber 44, 12 and 93 establish
iiig general (beach) grades on
Lonsdale Avenue i walirllotlt lo
timet Keilh Road 1 ird street,
1 Mahon Ave. to St Dai ids i
and isl street 1 Lonsdale Ave
to St C.eorge's) were introduced,   gives   three   readings   ami
paaaed bj the council.
On motion oi Aid. Smith, sec-
oiided In   Altl. Schult/, the cih
ssgiaesr was Isst rar ted to pn
pate a profile establishing a
gratle on Lonsdale Ave. from
the Uppef Keith Koad to llic
city limits
(In motion ol Aid. Schult/,
the iitv engineer was Instructed
lo furnish lhe Hank of Hainil
ton   with   the required   gradts
in .1 building to lie erected h
Ihem at Ihe corner of 1st slreel
ami Lonsdale Ave.
Al   the   council iiiecling held
on iln- 1 iih ol February, tola
Mr F Ttitk asked to be furnished with a permanent gradt
lor a building to be erected 01
Second      street      east. The
city engineer reported hat a
profile ol 2nd street permaiiia;
grade had already been prepared anil was on life in his office,
and on motion of Aid. liv.iu,
seconded by Aid. McNeish. il
was resolved that a Inlaw establishing a general grade o',
.'tnl street from Forbes Ave. tl.
St Andrew's Ave. be laken in
to consideration by the coun-
ul al next meeting.
The dtt engineer u-porli 1
that In* had iu leadiness fu*
council's approval, profile,, ol
grades on till streets from the
waterfront to Eighth street ;
and nn million ol Aid. l'v.in,
lhi city clerk was instructed to
l'u pan* bvlaws establishing
giades 011 the Ksplanadc, 4lh
sih, Mh, 71I1 and St li strut.,
Keith Koad (Upper and lower),
Follies,    Mahon,    Chest, rlu Id,
st George's, si  Asdrew'a. St.
l'alriik's, St. David's, Kidgeway, Moody,   (Jueensbury,   and
Sutherland .' ves , to lie introduced and taken into eonsidi ration at next meeting. Bylaws
numbers 41, 42 nntl 4,1 were re
considered ami linallv adopted
bv '.he council.
At the council meeting held
on 21st February, 1410, Bylaw
No. 47 being a liylaw lo eslah
lish a general grade on 2nd
street  Iroin  the casttny   Lite nl
Forbes Ave. lo ilu- westerly lila
of Sl. David's Ave. was illtro
duces, read a first, second antl
third time and passed by lh
council, and the cilv engineei
was reipiested lo fumi-h Mr.
Tuck with a gratle in accordance with the profile just pass
ed.
Bylaw No. 48 being a bylaw
to establish a general grade mi
ist street west from lhe easterly line of Forbes Ave. to llic
Westerly line of St. David's
Ave., was introduced, nad a
lirst, second and third time ut!
passed bv the council.
At the council meeting held
on the l8th tlay of February,
1910, a communication was re
ceived [nun Colin F. Jackson,
advising that some members ol
lhc Ratepayers' Association
weie anxious to discuss lilt
mailer of the proposed alter 1-
tion iu the gratle at the 'test
end ol Firsl slreel before i.nv
definite decision was arrived at
bv the   council, antl bUggChtl ig
that the members nf ihe Ho ini
of Works commillee allentl a
meeting of the executive of tht
association   to   be   held  some
night this week for the   purpnsi
of discussing lhe matter.
In  this connection  a  letic
was also read Irnin Messrs. Ala
lion,  Macl-'ailand ainl   Proilor,
suggesting that  the   propertv
owners be consulted before the
grade is linallv determined,
On motion ol Aid. Irwin, su-
ondetl by Aid. Sihult/, il wa.
resolved    that    the  reipiest     o|
ilu- Ratepayers' Aaaocutins bc
scceeded in .mil thai the maui
hers   nf   the   Hoard   of    ,\,*rl..
Committee attend ilu- meeting
proposed, and that the council
suggest In the Ratepayers' A:*
socialioii    that    the     properly
owners likely to be alletted lithe proposed alteration in  tw
gratle be notified lo attend   1,11
meeting so that  their views 111
ihe in,itter may be aacerttitled,
Mr  Baliour ker requested in
lu* liirnishetl wiih permanent
grades lm a brick block to inbuilt   on   the Ksplanadc   we*i
ami Information as to ilu- sewer drainage Irom lhe building
would discharge into Cilv Kn
giaser to report,
At   the council   meeting   li Id
mi M.i 1 \li 71I1, a communication
was received (rolll City Kllgili
ct-r Hants advising lhat he had
prepared and hat) in readiness
fm   submission tn the   COUncll,
profile of ilu- gratle of Lonsdah
Ave. from I'pper Keilh Koad
to llu- cilv limits. Filed (or
(nlnre reference.
Mr. J. I'alfour Ker was
heanl iu reference to ilu- estah
lishnietil of a grade on (he Ivs
plumule, and ils relation to tllc
railroad levels.    On motion   ol
Aid.   MiKac, seconded bv Aid
Irwin,   il   was rtsolvtd in   as!
ilu- minister nf railways in in
the line nl the railroad level a
hove high water mark.
AI lhe council meeting held
on lhe 21st of March, 14m, a
communication was read frnin
J. Halfimr Ker, advising th.n
he had found on search be
iiig made at the land registi
Office, that the level of lln
grade at which the railwai
w 1 itiltl enter antl pass through
Nortii Vancouver had been ap
proved and sanctioned by t'
Hoard of Kailway Commissioners on June 1 Uh, 140.S, and H
recorded above the signature 0
Mr. Justin- Killam, chief com
mlssloner, The centre of tin
railroad tr.uk, when it crosses
Lonsdale Ave was shown In b
7 ft. h inches to 7 ft. 1" 'nc''
above thc average high -watei
mark. Mr. Ker suggested that
il would be well to be sun- thai
the wharl now building  al thi
loot ol Lnlisdale \ve 1 unformed  to tin* railroad  gnuU   and
CANADIAN NORTHERN
INTERESTED
At the Hoard of Trade meeting on Tuesday evening a delegation consisting of the President (Aid, Irwin) and Messrs.
0. II. liord« and Alex. Philip
was appointed In interview Alt.
I) 1). Mann as to tllc chamas
ol getting his railwav into
Norlh Vancnuver. They met
the distinguished railway man
ai ilu- Hotel Vaacouver and
laid llu- claims of the Nortii
Shore before him Thev found
him well posted excepl as to
(he progress with bridge mat
ters. He had been led lo lie
licvc lhat a long time must
elapse before   the bridge   could
be built by local ellort and he
was greatly surprised to learn
that marly all the money lor
the structure was in sight and
that work would soon begin.
He expressed a desire to visit
the district on his return from
the easl next month and not
unlikclv he will be entertained
ttt a   public luncheon when   he
Dominion Day Board of Trade
The 1st of July celebration
Committee held a successful
meeting in the cilv hall Wed
nesday evening. The following committees reported wii'i
iheir estimated appropriations,
Musical committee, K. Chaste,
give him   nn oppor- j chairman, two bands, Sign : tli
comes   to
tunitv to meet as inanv o'f'our -eolation  committee, J. -
citi/eiis  as possible.     The   op-' bin,   chairman,   S ;   ..qu.ili,
pmiiitiitv will certainly be one ■Port*i '« kohtascii, chairman,
nf very great importance andfe*"! sP"ns committee, Dr.
interest as it will mean so v 1 GibsOB, chairman, (goo, and
much to our district if wecaa|''3° fl>r ninn' sports if the
satisfy Mr. Mann that the   in-  tWO gun boals as proposed   10
MSBtS of his coinpanv will be
splendidly served if he makes
Nortii Vancouver the terminus
of his railwav.
University Site Commission Visits North Shore
While the time al the dispos-,Canada a  country  such    that
al of lhe University Site Com- none would be ashamed of it.
mission   which    transpired  on j   Dr. Murray,  secretary ol the
Friday last, was altogether too [commission,   followed Dr. Wel-j required.
short to enable the advantages don and declared that Capilano
1 Continued on page 3)
ol the Nortii Shore as a prospective site for the provincial
university to be properly investigated, excellent use was nevertheless made ol all the time
at their disposal aiid there is
even encouragement to believt
that the Nortii Shore will m-
ctire a plan- "in the linals"
when the commission conies to
lhc slage at which ull their inhumation will be deliberated
upon to a coticliis-'o'i
The   commissioners,   am;.,
patiietl   bv several members   ol
the Mainland University Asso
elation, arrived sl 'sbost two
o'clock p.m. and proceeded immediately umler the guidance nl
iln- committee of the city ani
lhe diatrict upon a nip by
means nf a launch along lln- w.i
terfroiit lo Seymour river
Here a part of lhe members disembarked antl made the return
trip to the cily by automobile,
others remaining with the
launch and returning lo tin
city. Here the entire parti
was transferred to automobiles
and the run was made t" Can
yoS View hotel where a tlaiali
lunch was served ill the \cel
lent style lor which this Imstil-
rv has earned such an enviable
reputation. Al the 1 t.iulusi.ui
of the lunch Reeve McNaught in
a   mat    speech   welcomed    (he
commission npon behall ■>! th
tlisttict.   lie regretted that the
time allotted was so short lhat
it   was impossible (or the nun
utissiniurs to adequately inves
ligSte the advantages which lllc
north shore has lo oiler as lhc
1111 ist desirable loi,ttioll (or ill:
provincial        university.      The
memberi   of  llu-  commission
uould see inanv plans iu tin
course of their itinerary and In
loped   that   thej might   Bad
lime at a later date to Sguil
visit North Vaacoavei and in
sped its advantages m a mon
leisurely manner. The iinivcr
silv was not incich a 111.Hit,
oi buildings and tourscs ol
sttidv bul ils real object was la
make malilv men who would 11
of lhe greatest possible value
to lhe slate. It wnttlil be gra
tiding should some ol lln
members of the commission
permanent l\ locate in the pro
vitui- ultimately, as members ol
the professoriate ol the nm 1111
iversili
Mavoi Mav extended 1 cot
dial welcome upon the put ol
the 1 itt North Vaiicoiii r wss
like a iiietih.int who sought op
port nnil \ lo display his goods
The norlh shore has thc goods
(or the university site and was
prepared to deliver them if the
commission so decided   He hop
id th.it tin- mature Judgment ol
the commission would be in la
vor of locating   ihe universitt
on the north shore of   Hurranl
Inlet.
In    replying,     Dr.     \\ eldon
chairman nf the cbttttissfon
disclaimed   any sdeptaess   •''
speech making. He thanked lln
dty   ami   the  districi   lor  the
inllttes- extended tn the mill
mission Thev wollld have been
disappoinled men had thev fail
ed to see the matchless C.ipil
alio canyon and thei would not
soon [orget its grandeur. Thi
trip WCSl hail givefl Ihem a W «
Conception of Canada I'',.i'i
west should join hands to
canyon ivas the most impressive sight that hc had witnessed west of lhe Selkirks. He
highly appreciated lhe great
natural beauties oi the country.
Dr. Murrav created considerable
iiierriiiieul bv his neat compliment of the excellence of the
lunch of which they had partaken. As for the universitv site,
the lommission had not held
any conference as \ct ami consequently the matter was en-
tirclv one of individual opinion at present.   While the pn
invite [rom Bsquimalt materialised ; industrial parade, C..
C. Walker, chairman, J1J0 ;
printing and advertising committee, G. J. l'hillippi, chairman, .$50 to 5?5 ; fireworks
committee, Mr. Jones, chairman, $500.
The   treasurer   reported   lhat
according    to     the    estimates
turned   in,   including   contingencies, about $2,100 would  be
He  staled that   up
(Continued on page hi
N   V. CITV FKRRIKS LTD.
Profit and loss statement for
the month of April, 1410.
DlSHIKSKMl'NTS
Ollue Supplies    $
S   S. St. (U-orge
Repairs, equipment ...
"   ttt. ami macbin.
"   hull   	
H
14.12
15.4(1
JW5.S4
Fuel       hob. 00
Knginc Supplies     1.70
Dak supplies       20.20
S. S. North Vancouver—
Kepairs eipiipment ... y.5h
"   eng. and maehin. 152.42
"   hull     :| 41
l-'iicl      404.00
Knginc Supplies     1,5.45
Detk   supplies    11.03
Sal.Hits and wages   2365.41
Ren I pavincnts   75 no
Advertising expense   ... 156.85
Interest account     in.ho
Oil, wasle, etc  .14.00
Printing, stationery 52.05
Light account      J5.7J
Telephone Account    1H.50
General expenses   2.45
Auditors' fees      15.00
F. A. .V N. \\. system 10.00
Kvp. Vancouver wharl 17(1.1:
Rep. N   V  wharl      j'.i.i*
Rep, eipiipment      11.15
1'mporiinn insurance 171 si
Pro|Hirtion laxes   :7.1m
$448.1 .ol
RHCHIPTS
Cash  lales
Pas   titkel sales
Vehicle ticket sales
Knight receipts   	
Kent receipts	
Mail subsidv   	
Kstiiuated  monlhlv
preciation    ... ,„
SS |n
>)S]   a.,
657.30
|63.t3
65.OO
\l. 2-
S6570 if
to date the receipts were as
[ollows : City Council, I40O ;
lv W. McLean, $S<> ; Friend,
S5; H. C. Klectric Rv Co.,
5.50 ; surplus Irom last vear,
1130.80 : two donations from
the Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Animals ol Sm
each, making a total ol $(145,411.
A feature of this year's celebration which has been rctirrcd
lo Mayor May to endeavor to
arrange lor, is the bringing ol
two gun boats from Esqnlffl
alt to spend thc day and perhaps two davs when the ollicers will be the guests of the
city, and games and prizes will
bc provided on a large si.tie lui
the sailors to participate in.
Definite    arrangements   have
ben  completed  for horse   rat
ing, and a   similar display   of
fireworks tO those ol last year
will be held in the evening
North Vancouver Hand will
provide music during the etitiu*
day and will be assisted during
the alternoon bv a band from
Vancouver thc industrial
parade, a new feature of this
war's telibratioii, is reported
to be n-tciving almost pin no
menal support Irom the firms
in the citv.
Local and Personal
Mrs. Dr   Newiomhc will   nol
tiieive again until autumn
Mrs. W. J. Wilson, 6th trust
west, will not receive again until autumn
l.aiiosst ttatck Saturdav al
teniooti, Heaver A   C   v   Nnrlh
Vaacoavei at Recreation Park.
lv J.   Green has mmim-iiu-il
the erection of a fine six-roomed  usidelite nil  Ki llll mad    In
tWecS Jones antl Forbes Am
Mr. Mi Donald, who is COO
iiuiul with lhe Vancouver
Milling and Grain Co., removed
with his family lo ihis cilv "ti
lioada) and will it sub ..ii Mil
iini west.
Mr   James Clarke has   plans
out bn a new two storey lb ik
on    First   street   east   ol    Sl.
George's,    The   ground    lloor
will   be OCCUpiad lit   stores   and
1)16.971 the '',rs* """r ,,v nvfaiej apart
41 h .So!
Net profit   over
Illg expenses
Certified correct
11 E, KEMP,
o|K-rat-
 $117" 1;
Set      I *
SIR WILFRID ST01R
ments
Di Morrison fill todav ba a
short holiday irip to Powell
Lake ami will Ih- awuv uniil
Weilllasd.lV nest. His pr,.tiiie
meantime is in charge 1 I hi
assistant, Dr  Hiitthisnn.
K MiKcn/.ie has arrangnl Ita
lhe ii" Hon ol eight dwi Ilm
hmisi. "ti Third street east of
St. ('.urge. The rcsidenus an
of normal si/e and adaptable to
lhe needs of lhe dtj  at tin pit
sini time,
The  itinerary ol  Sii   Wilfrid
banner's tour thmugh Western
I I—mit has been definitely   an-
iioiinied.     The    lirst   slaippin
I'li'i'   will   be at  Porl    Aithut
and the last at  Medicine Hal Hi       I'Li'lvs     Kirkland    nl
in Hritish Columbia the fo!   I.yns Valley was amongst tin
lowing   program   has  liven   al ucceseful   pupils   at  the muiii
ranged    Vancouver, Aug. ifith; examlnstioie"   (or    the Koyul
Vn loria,    Aug.    tSih ;    Kam I   liege of Hlric, London I
loops,   An-*    :i,th   and   Nelstiii held In Vaacoavei   Mi*. Kn!.
■\'lg'    .'4th     He and his   parlt land,    in spite   olher limit:
will  also visit   Prince   kupert  years, has   shown ssceptiosal
betWsM Aug. iMth and :Mh.      talent "n the piano.
Thc joint meeting oi the executive and lhe general committee of the Nortli Vamouver
Hoard of Trade was held in the
city hall on Tuesday SVenilg,
President Irwin in the- ill.iir.
In spili* of the fact that the
attendance was not as large as
was expected, quite a number of
import,mt matters were dcall
with wilh satisfactory rtsults.
The grade qui st ion was reviewed in a non partisan light
and as a result a resolution
was   passed   unanimously   that
tin* Board should offer its services in smoothing ilu- troubled
waters.
The settlement suggested was
mooted first by Mr. A. Philip
and in a motion lu- suggested
the appointment of a large
commillee from ilic H".ud to
interview the city council ofiering to act a.s mediators toward
a settlement of the vexed question. Mr. Philip emphasi/ul
the (act that il was not llu* intern inn of the board to enter
upon the discussion Irom anv
partisan standpoint but in the
general interests of the 1.ity in
order ihat the intense publii
feeling inighl be eliminated
and llu* difference! between the
two opposing (actions adjusted
for the general benefit of the
cily. He averred lhat it was
mat a tpiistion of engineering
so much as of divergent intcr-
t sit- and believed that a settlement wuuld be reached by so
strong a committee as he Hf-
gesltd in his resolution. "The
laterals of north and south
slreels and easl and wesl
streets are so diveisant that
the stand laken by some of the
debaters is obstinate in the extreme."    Mr. Philip said he Bad
110 personal interests except
those oi a ratepayer in the citv
111 a gem ral wav ami it was ri-
grettable ihat thc matter was
not settled three years ago.
Air Fell, who had taken the
i hair in place of President Irwin while the discussion on
grades was going on said he
thought that tin board should
take some steps in lhc matter. He thought that if thc
board aoald appoint a ccaamltr
In smh as suggested and get
it mil nt its present position
lhat it wmihl be a good plan
tn adopt.
Mr G. II. Morden said he
had alwais tried to take a ju-
diii.il stand in the mattir, re-
spcitin-, llu- opinions of both
sides. He questioned the advisability, however, of the
board of ttade entering into
the grade loiUioVcist.
Their good intentions might
Iw cooatrued meddleSoM and
tlnir motive sinister instead of
the sanest desire which wa-t
tin* onlv incentive lor engaging
in the matter with a view in
all equitable SCttlsBMBt,
Mr .1. F O. C. Wood agim!
with Mr \l"idi 11 He did nol
think it was a matter lor   the
Board ol Trade to   bteffcn
wilh,   but onlv for the   toiiniil
and the people to deal with.
Mr.   I'hilip  ilcilarnl   that  it
U.l a||,    "j   th,    tllst    llll|t*,ts   oi   a
In 1.11 d of tratle to take hold in
a mediatory manner In settle
diSpUtM III t.ili"tls public bod
lis
lb thought theie was no reason   whv the   board could   mt
*ut in that capacity, dealing
with the matter in a Boa-paltr
/an manner
Mr McDonald said lhe matter must be handled m 1 diplomatic manner and he w„si;i
ilint-d lo take a similar new of
it as Mr Hordes.
Mr Mordcn then NggUSted
thai the excitltiM* Ultimate to
the cottmil that thev view
with deep concent the situation
whuh has arisen in lhe Battel
oi gradi s and thai they would
In    ut\     Wllhtl;*   lo b.   oi    an
serviie in ihi 11 powei in assisting ill tin solution o( the v;xtd
question
Mr. Irwin, who had retired
imm iii, debate, said in esprs-
1 lated lhi thi Board
ol Trade lb said it it as a
mallei   III Which llie lilt'lists ol
tin tatepayi 1   «,ra Intirmin l
ed and   tin ' 11   "f   the
board In nlli ring i" nil  ■■. mc-
iContinin'1   .11 page 71 TWO
THK EXPRESS, NORTII VANCOUVER, B, C.
AtHim.i.um.mmuuiH.t.m.im.iiui
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FASHION IN SEASON I
QUALITY ALWAYS
Ilns is, md has lieen nni witch word nines the
loundstion ol lln- Inui u.is I.ml, a third ot a century
Sgo, .iiul is tint- nl everj lim ol slock tn* carry.
Ai iln* presenl ti ur stock ol Isshiouabls
md high grade LADIES' IIANI'H.U.S is must
mplete.
hi tins Iiiii* in* have 11 < - v. a i any nhl ami ahop
a*, i   goods (a    t 11*1 nl    Ever- bsg is nea snd of
.j** style, manufactured  In  proficient workmen,
iln* finest --tan' nl illigitor, wslnis, w al .nnl
goat, in' **i"is tn in io h .mt sn, ei costume.
Wa   li.lllallr UO   llllllli'l   qualities,   \it   OUI    pines
.in within tin* ii ,n h nl .ill
HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD.
|i«a ||a rs
  '   [| ' I Cor. Hastings c< Granville
M: (illll l'ir,e|,,r "
'y;iii»ii,.,u.iiMHUii rniniiiiiHiiiJin,
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ALEXANDER WITH £. CO.
NOKIh   MNCOIHR
LONSDALE A\ ENUE ESPLANADE
EIKSI IslKEKI BOULEVMtD
AND D   I     163
\\*      ,i    exclusivi   Saiil   'I   ill'' bi s| jini|'i itns  in lhe
la'     Hlplll     .
ALEXANDER  WITH & CO.
11  l.'Hisili !i* Avt'inif
I'h i—Office 2*1      [louse 22      P.O. Box SO
Fresh and
Salt fish
-"^i'^
P. BURNS & CO. has installed a Fish
department, seperate from their Meat department, and are prepared to fill all tfclers
for Fresh and Salt Fish promptly.
Phone 11
LONSDALL AVE. near FIRST ST.
We Sell Anything, Everywhere,
BY AUCTION; also
REAL ESTATE.
Life, Fire and Accident Insurance.
Howard & Matbebon
16 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 220
City Council
At last Monday evening's
meeting ol the iitv council the
waterworks couiniittee reported
that they had gone into tlu-
draft agreement submitted by
the distriit council in reference
tn waterworks matters and
changing the location of the
water pipe along the I.vnn Vallej ruad and Iiiinui il smh that
tint could imi recommend its
acceptance to the couacil, Alderman Irwin moved that the
engineer pupate and submit a
plan nl the proposed   location
nl the pipe ,il  the earliest  pns
sihle moment.
Aid, littm drew atteatioa t"
the had condition n| Keith
Road between Chesterfield Ave.
and Mahon Ave Aid. McNeish advised that the board nl
works were attending to  the
mallei
The bad condition iii several
ditches in different locations in
the dtj' "ere tinted and referred
to the board of wnrks.
The streets changing Inlaw
was read and linallv adopted,
A resolution was passed thai
an extract (nun the minutes o
everv thing bearing on  grades
be published iu the bual paper
and ill nlle nl the Vancouver
dailies.
The Board of Works reported
that   I llll  slreet  limn  St.    All
ilrew's to Ridgeway Ave. had
been graded and Keith Road repaired t" tin- easterly dty limits.
Thev recommended that the
corner ol jrd street and Sl. Hand's Ave. in Iront "I lols S and
ti-tjt)-:;; where eight houses are
about to In- built be cleared ol
debris and thai Foitiiiuii Chit
vers' salary be increased to J85
per month. Tin- report was
adopted.
Aid. Silnili/ moved, seconded
by Aid. Fowler, that the dty
engineer fix the grade lor the
K. P, hall at ilu- corner ol 41I1
siieei and Chesterfield Ave. and
that smh grade be in accordance with the engineers' repnrt
nf 14117 and be submitted to the
iiiiuitil at the next meeting
The iiiiiiinti paaaed with Aid.
McNeish .md McRae dissenting.
Aid. Irwin moved, seconded
bv  Aid. Smith, that the ran
lutinll iif the council passed 1111
the    nth     April   whivll    reads
"thai straight grades be established mi all slreets rutinin-;
nnrlh [niiii lhe water (rniil 'hi
considered contrary to the ad-
opted report and recotamenda-
tions ol the engiaeera of 1*907
be ■in<\ the same is herein rescinded, The iimiion paaaed uu
iniiiiiuislv.
Messrs luhn R. Poster and
R. J, Crawinrtl, ol Carleton
Place, Ont., brother and hn
iluT-in-law respectively ol Mr,
\\ II. Poster, 2jrd street, are
iu ilu- tin. Mr .I.U. 1-nsiei
will remain ptiinaiieiilh and
will reside mi Sixth street eaat
w.
omen s
Wi
oes
Look Here!
Ws bavi |asl n 1 ■ ivi a| , large
.malt lllllll. SI I.l.i   I ION ul
Carpet
Squares
in WILTONS, BRUSSBLI
1 IPESTRIES
I'ln* prices sn ssi«dingl) low
Lace Curtains
'. ittiogham, Irmn
■ 5*' "ai p' r pair.
im* 111 RBS anu (int 11
CON BRS   Excellent Values
SEE OUR
DRESSERS
AND BRASS
BEDSTEADS
RATTAN and
SEA GRASS
CHAIRS.
iiuniiniiiiEi
I "!U I iiiiMl.ilr \vi-.
Nnrlh   Vaneouver   ttniiicn   Ate
Piading Relief at Last.
It dues seem that women
have ini'ie lhan 11 [air share
"i lhe aihes and pains that  af
iiiit    hamaaity;   thev   must
"keep Up," must  attelid  tn ditties in spite ul uiiistaiillv ath
in^ backs, nr headaches,   diss)
spells,   hearing   dnwn   pains;
Ihey must stoop over when  to
Stoop means ti.iliiie Tin",
must walk and bend and   work
with racking pains and mam
aihes hum kidin\ ill*,. Kidneys
iause inun suffering than .mi
nther organ ol tin body, Keep
the kidneys well ami health is
easily mala tained, Head nf a
remedy lor kidneys onh that
helps and tints the kidneys and
is endorsed In people in   Moosi
.law.
Mrs. C. W.  Ilaiiimill, nl    mu
Manitoba Street, Moose   law,
Sask.,   savs :    "We   are    verv
much pleased tu recommend
Booth's Kidney l'ills Inr what
thev   have dune fur us    I   had
suffered lor months   with my
bach, It was su lame and sure
that   at   times  I  enltld  scariclv
stand up. Hy husband had
been greatly troubled in ihe
same wa\ lit also complain*
ed nl a vary weak stomach and
felt all run down. On learning
nf Booth's Kiilnci l'ills we procured a supply  iiiid  after   a
shofl treatment with this mid
icitie we hate lulllid  more relief
than we did in anv other nm
cdv. We are both lulin:' lut
ter in inanv   wavs.
luu s.ile in N. Vancouvei In
The Lonsdale Pharmac]
We have a good list in 265.   A House and Lot on
17th for $2000.    Good Buys in 273 and 274.
A Good Lot on 4th Street for $3100.
BISSELL, BROWN & SNYDER
64 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
M\l\   OIHCE:—264 Hastings St.  E.,  near Impress  Iheatre
PUBLIC
NOTICE
Car Line
Developments
North
Vancouver
THE GEM THEATRE
Firjst street West
TIIK FINEST OF MOVING 1MC.TRIK
Entire Change of Programme Monday, Wednesday
and Friday
We i,iter tn ladies .nnl i Inldren, antl assure our patrons
that nothing offensive or ohjeclionalile will lit- shown.
Performances at 7.30 and K45 p.m.
Saturday    Matinee   at    1.30   p.m.
Admission 10c
Children 5c
TAKE NOTICE that a large
majority ol all that land situate in
District Lot 552, bounded by
llcMiil*. Iwenty-second Avenues and South to Kobson
Koad
Will Be Offered
For Sale Very
Shortly
For further information apply lo
Real Estate Department,
PALACE
HOTEL
Ratis:
11,00  pei  sad  up.
Spi 1 ial rates tn families and to i< pillar
hoarders	
REDA& ANLRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Saooan Stanat,   •   •   -   -   NOKTIl  VANCOUVER. B. C
Successors to
ihih n I to., UD.
WINCH BUILDING.
E. PALMER
SHIM  AND BRICK
CONTRACTOR
nasi 11 »--s atrial -" i*
Phone 170 P.O. Box 166
North Vancoaver
Woodutrj
We supply SI0VEW00D any
length requited $2.75. per load.
Prompt delivery.
Phone 190 P.O. Box 136
A Modern Range at a Modest Price
THE "CHANCELLOR"
It is Hi.nle nil the most up-to-
date plans wnii special lea-
lun* points, out' nl whu h is
DIVIDED   ll.n-. STRIP
whuh in.ii*.'-* bakiaf • ml
pleasure.
I Ins fi-aluii- prevents tin-
possibility nl iln- hack ol
tlie   oven   being   hotter
than   nearer  the   door,
winch  is the case with
most i.iii;es
1., 1 us show you this little
wrinkle.    It don't cost you
ant   more   in  cssh, but   is
muiii iiim li 111 ri-siili*
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
'hone 58.
133 Lonsdale Avenue
LYNN   VALLEY
Lot is, Block 2, 1> L MM, Price ttyy, Terms ^75 cash,
halancc $15 ipiailerlv.
Lot 2(1, Hlock 14, 1). I., inij, Nea J375- *5° c«»h' WMM
,<|.i per innlllll.
Loti I nil 1. Mock 1:. D.L 104*    I'riee $700; terms J375
1 ,isli, laal.uiii i' aiul II month*.
CITY
l.nt .,, Blink 1(17, D.L 274.     I'riee *5,ooo;   Ji.ooo cash,
balance 6, it and il'montba,
MAY CHURNS
Real Kstate and Financial Agents
.^^H^H-H-H-.-^^^ ■!■ H1 iI I'l i'l I'H1
Capilano Gardens
NORTH  VANCOUVER
SUBDIVISION OF PORTION OF DISTRICT LOTS
601  AND 607
THE WEST END OK NORTH VANCOUVER
MOST DESIRABLE RESIDENTIAL SITES 1 1 1
,». c. Kl.l-XTKK   CARLINB IN COURSE OF CONSTKl'CTION TO TIIK PMPBRT1
For Plans, Price Lists and Particulars, apply
Mahon, McFarland & Procter, Ltd.,    Bonthrone, Lennard & Co.
I; Cor. ivii.lt-r ninl Si'.vmnur sts.   Phone 8286     104 Wiaeh Bldg.      Phooi 888 ::
J4-IIIIIIII1III llllllllt 1111111II TT ' " inr*  n,Ari\.i^oo, iwAin   \ai\iuuv^,  o. \,.
1 II iv i ,i4
These Lingerie Dresses Will Meet
Your Idea of Becoming Style.
Refreshingly cool ami attractive, exclusive
in design anil decidedly moderate in price.
With ample assortments we are prepared
to attend to your every need in summer
df>MM for Women, Misses and Children.
The models ive show may he relied upon
us uutlinritive.
IN DRESSES FOR WOMEN
We show numerous styles in Mills, Lawns and
Muslins in white and dainty summer shades.
Some special values at (7.50, HH^oand It 12.50 each.
IN DRESSES FOR MISSES
The showing is very replete with many new style
f-ariiii-nts in Lawns, Muslins and dainty Mills (or
SgaS 's t" ll tens The larger sizes are also suitable
lor small women. Prices range from *K 1.75 io fid.50
according to style and age.
Childrens' dresses for ages 6 months to 8 years at
75 cents to 57 75 each.
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
575 Granville Street. Phone 3541
SUMMARY OF GRADES
(Continued Irmn pnge 1)
c
■ONTENTED
USTOMERS
ARRY
ONVICTION
c
OURTEOUS
IVILITY
ONQUERS
ONTRARINIvSS
For   onion   and potato  setts also flower   seeds   of
best fiuality.
HALL'S GROCERY
PHONE 189
Cor. St. George's & 8th Street
N. VANOOUVER
N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1910
JULY
1st—Flower, Fruit gnd Vegetable Show.   Fian-
iiel Dance at night.
Prices for rent ol Hall :   Dances, Jio j concerts
and socials, fi.\
II SNOW, ftecretarij.
Or to C   I-. JACKSON,  I Jth Street.
15th Street
150x167 feet on 15th Street, corner on lane,
one block east of Boulevard, subdivided into 5
lots, two cleared. $2350. $800 cash.
Balance very easy.
Also many good buys in the Business Section
r. McMillan & co.
Keal Batata, Marine   Pita antl  Lift Insurance
54 Lonsdale Ave
Phone 197
PO. Box 155
ALEXANDER F. RBILLY
Teacher ol
Artistic Pianoforte Playing
North Vancouver,   Saturdays
Studio Address, 939 Davie St. Phone B 5732.
UMITtAD
1   Large   _)
&    STORES  L
439-4*1 HASTINGS ST
VANCOUVER
H04G0VERNMENT5T.
VICTORIA
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIP BUILDER,
ENGINEERS &
Boilermakers.
Marine   and  Stationary En-
[laaand Boiler Work promptly executed.
Telephone 103
North Vancouver
ZL;  ADVLRIISL IN HIE EXPRISS
7 ft. fi inches to 7 it. to inch'
above the average high-water
murk. Mr. Ker nggeated that
it would be well to lie sure that
lhe wharl now building at the
loot of I.ousdale Ave uniformed to the railroad grade aud
trusting that the information
given to council wolild enable
them to give a final building
gratle on the Esplanade.
On motion of Aid. Irwin, lhe
city engineer was Instructed to
search tbe land registry office
and obtain all available data
pertaining to grades and to advise the ferrv directors if   anv
discrepancy w.is lound   In the
level o| the wharf.
At the council Enacting held
on ihe 4U1 of April, tsio, a communication was read from .1.
Bailout Ker again asking to be
furnished with rei|iiisile grades
on lhe Ksplanadc according to
the profile prepared by the citv
engineer. The motion was seconded by Aid. McNeish aiid a-
greed to.
Hvlaw No. 102, being a bv-
aw estab,ishing a general
grade on the Ksplanade from
Forbes Ave. to St. l'attick
Forbes Ave. to St. l'at-
rick's was introduced, read a
first, second and third time and
passetl by the council.
At the council meeting held
on the 1 ilh April, 1910, on motion of Altl. Schult/, seconded
iv Aid. Fowler, the council resolved itself into cominitlee of
the whole to consider the Bylaw establishing a general
grade  on  the  Esplanade   nnd
Iher matters. Messrs. llridg-
einan and Baliour Ker were
heard in relerence to the estan-
islietl grade nil I.ousdale Ave.,
md its eflect on the railroad
[fade .tnd the grade on lhe Ksplanade.
On motion of Aid. Irwin, seconded bv Aid. Schult/, council
resolved to consider the grade
established on I.onsdale  Ave.
On motion of Aid. Irwin, His
Worship lhe Mayor was inst rucled lo telegraph the sec-
retarv ol the railroad commission and find out the date of
the commission's next sitting
in Vancouver. Alter a general
expression of opinion Alderman Irwin moved thai straight
grades be established on all
streeta running north from the
■valerlrofit.
The motion was sciondcd bt
Aid. Fowler antl unanimously
agreed lo. City Kngineer
Hanes wished il to be recorded
ihal he did not recommend the
adoption of straight grades on
north antl south slreets
The clerk was instructed t.i
prepare   bvlaws   to   repeal   lile
bylaws formerly passed establishing   gradei   on   Loaadak,
First, Second and Third Strutis
and to notify the Hank ol
Hamilton    of    the   proposal
change in the grade at lhe Curlier of isl slreet and I.ottsd.ile
Ave.
On motion ol Aid. Fowler,
secoaded bv Aid. McNeish, it
ttas resolved that an eascmenl
in the grade ol streets runnini;
east and west toiiimetiie MO
feel oil either side of streets
running north and south.
At the council uieeting ol Ap
ril  llth a petition was present
etl Ironi n properlv owners on
ud street opposing anv thange
being   made  to grades on   ird
slreet   In connection "ith this
mailer   the   lollowing    parties
were   heard ill lelerelite lo   lln
proposed   iliutlgc   ill grades   on
slreets    running    north     and
south    \\   II   Hraim, JeasS Wil
liallis and   I).  W.   Keeve  ireplt
sftitin^ the   Ratepayers'   Ass"
elation),  I  Walden,  K.  lv Mat
naiiglited, I)   Matltiinan, II   I*.
Reid,   W.   II*   Voung,    II    C
Wright,   Win.   Morden, ,1.   Bal
four Ker and ('.   A   Mill.iin, ,1!
ter    which   Aid.   Irwin   moved
thai   'he  petition received  (loin
ird street   propertv owners   lu
given  most   careful  wmsidcra
tir.ti bv the council   in the   iii
teresls ol the cilv as a whole.
The  motion  was seconded  b)
Aid. Schult/ aiid agreed t"
At the lolintil meeting held
mi 19th April, Aid. McNeish
moved  that  the mumi! . |
the services "i three expert ra
gineera to npon oa the prin-
ciple   or idea  -thiili  should   le
adopted in connection with th
grading of the streets in the
cily of Nortii V.inioiivit Tin
motion   was   seconded bv   Aid
itwin .md agreed to,
lt was decided thai the in 1
Which the expel ts should hi
asked tO report upon be thai
portion   of   the   utt   frnin ll>
NofttH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
CONDUCTIII BT
THE MISSES DA WSON
C-*rtifleatetl Surgical, Medical ind
Maternity Nuriei
Nuiih Sent Out on Application
For terms apply  at  th* ltnipital
Cor. 15th Street tt St. Andrew'i Ave
PHONE  69
Board of Trade
North Vaacouver Board ol
Trade meets the third Tuesday
of each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday of each month. W. J.
Irwin, president; J. G. Farmer,
secretary.
A. FARRO
General Contractor
bind Clearing,  Stump ind Rock
Minting. Kuril nre nrir house*.
All lining-*, mide good.
BMPLOYMICNT     AUKNCY
• nd HI.. Weat af I .......'.ir
Pianos& Organs
Tuned and Repaired
Charges Moderate.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
WILLIAM LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER & REPAIRER
"Pegwell" 14th sl., W Forbes ave.
P. C. will receive prompt atten
tion.
ARE VOL GOING TO BUILD ?
Come to us for tlie money and repay it
to suit yourself
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
Wl*. HAVI ALARGELIST OP CHOICE LOTS FOR SALI
JOHN  ALEXANDER & CO.
REAL  ESTATE   BROKERS
Ml Lonsdale Avenue
All new houses should bc piped for gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure lor this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
POWER CO., LIMITED,
All kinds of
Lumber
Mouldings
-Sash and
Doors, Etc.
Very cheap
vmi 11 uviiiui:
MILL AND (UIU l.
K-plaiiade, Kant
Phone Hj    Nortii Nsnioimr
J. H. BUSKINS
Cor. 3rd St. & lonsdale
lasaaasrlal  LQItssa
HORSESHOEING and
General Blacksmithing
"iK-eill   Ittrnli'ill   girrli   1,1   .11,,*
ami int<-rlrrlng hornet.   Use < «'•
rituto vtnrk md M «li»n»-nlng.
All wurk  Kiisrant.ed.     I'mm-i*
attention.   Give tun trial.
Keith Kuad tit lhe ml, rset tmu-.
• >f slli and inli Stratta,   tl» 11 '
soath tiisttrlv along 8th
t'i St. Davids Ave    and   Irmn
ihal pt'int sniiih to iln- ".iiti
front     (in Laotk* nf Aid    ll
win, set muled l.v Aid McNei h
H wa*, n-Mihed thai II" lur
llnr Inlaw, ..1 pi.,.**-, talatita  1
the eatabliahtneal ol p "!"• h
".'M'"d wluli   lh,   ,.,.,,I, ,,11 s
Modern methods of construction combining
Artistic decorative features with low cost
(Result in homelike cony residences
That make the standard of quality
In the houses that we build.
^othing is omitted.   Our plans
§how everything necessary for the completion
Af the store, residence, etc., that we build.
^jone of the objectionable extras, and
THE
people for whom we have built in North Vancouver show their appreciation by advising the intending home
BUILDER
to come and see us. Don't accept the statement ol
another that they can give vou thc same results, il
you want the best consult
MATT. B. MARTINSON
CONTRACTOR
Home Block, Lon.-dale Ave.      Phone 173      P. 0. Box 72
PIONEER BAKERY
WAIKIR ft HI MIR, Proprietors
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
Try our XXX Brown Bread. Daily delivery lo all parts of citv
Phone H and 54
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & Ath St.
«-H*->*H*4-*.-«>*<*+<--X**W^
TBE    LONSDALE    Tll ARM it)
SiltS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   TRICES    ...
TRADE AT HOME
GIVK  US A   TRIAL  ON   YOl R
NEXT ORDER PHOSE 20
T  S.   TIIO.UAS. Thm. 3      '.'.
DMVGGIST    "
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"judge roa vonH.wi.i -
A Comparison
45 niniiii' 1 Iran (■ iito oi Lim,,ut, 1. 1
ol lnls in   Suulh  Vancouver  an.l  in N'.itli
l.i.nstlsle 111. --iv, n l.i'low
3} ll. it Nortii Lonsdah  (150.    South Vsncouver t 700
50 It. st North Lonsdrili  J4J0.    South Vamouver jtiooo
1 can wii u i.*.*t at Uasiak In SIM. 0a VsaMBtastsi tmt nm
.li.ianrf ir.,1.1 Vaasoatwsad •btr< ne rtuslinraiaasi lam t>-t taksa
|.Iacf, prite 1. W00
Cnnaidsr the slum-anil JI DUE K)R VOl'RSKI.F.
JACK LOUTET
Ml Lo.NsHAl.r: m:, TEI.. <T nm IT*, TH   H
llo"   «   under advisetneOl   In
WHke    Ave.  on  the West    alofl     lile toumil.
SEE US FOR
SASH     DCX)RS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS.     ETC. FTC
BURRARD SASH & IMM)K l-M'IOM, fool ol St. (korqe
W»-».|i,*ii *, trial Ud ■■" ' ' nsll of laiKi- l-'Ol'R
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C
THK   KXPKI>S
Nokiii Vancouver, ll C
R*TK« OK Shim llll'l I'
One tciii
Six in,mills   -
Three mouths    •        ■ •'- '
ajnite.1 8t»'*»» snd KonigD.II.SOpsryssi
tl.lHI
,,'.H
Al'VKKllSl.Ni.   RATKK
TasSIISSI   ''i-i'iti    Aiiii.iirii.Kiii">!*.—
,'.u ccutt per Inch sach Inmrtlon,
banes Kuril is, Im.    Si UO i"*r Inch pw
month.
Lisn am. fiaai I Sm u ti  DO dayi, >*'.,
10 dayi, 17.80,
I.uiai. Anfkiiii-i-*'. I ir-l ii.a-.rti.,n, in
.'.•nls |„*r Inn*, a*.ii h siiiis,*,|ii,*ut iii-it*
tion, le. pel lias.
It still an N nia a* ti I.an .a  Ni >ts Coi
CIVS —|U ''''IH"   llaT ||||,',,*,|I*||  HIS    I     hall
CoSTSACI    Ai't i lan-Mli M-      1'ttt—   ,ir*
ranged teeiirdinj lo ipseu Liken,
Allchangetliiroiilracl idvprtlauinenti
lllllal St In III.' Il.lll'l- "I tl"* |,.'ill,.*r 1,1
iVrihn-'l.ll ".,*lllli*:t"a*ll-lir.*|,Ill'll,nil, I.
II |ll| II. xl   l-.-lle.
N'.kiii \'\N' ouvsa. |i m
UNIVERSITY OF B. C,
Thai ilu* selection ol a suit
aide site [or iln- ]it nu.nn ni 1"
cation i.l tin- pintiini.il univer
sit) sli.iulil I.e entrusted lo at
iiiipartial tribunal composed ol
tiiiitieiii Canadian educationists
will   ti.lliinetlil it*-, lt as .1 in..st
apt expedient  lor lhe  satislat
Ion settlement "i a question *il
"iue .liiiuiilt   aad Important
The    Uldesple.nl    Illlel isl
which tin- progress ..l the corn
mission on iis present loai ...
laapectioa throughout lha pm
\itut is heing [ollowed bj   lhi
public, .ibllllil.HitIt altisis lhe
latl thai lhe iili/ttishi|> as a
\-hide and llu several COII1II1UH
ilics   ttllll   tl.Mills   tl,   .lilt.uu .- in
particular, an fall) aliva to the
latl  lli.il  the pit.\lllce   i.s   ,l,.u
i,u. in i.ut «iih ..ti epoch ii.ak
111;   . wilt   HI  lilt* llistolt,   fl    ud
\,uniil education in Brilidt
Columbia
While man) ..t the coaaidera
lit.ns which aii.tt ilu   problem
art  .'I   sti.h  a  palpal.le    liatuit
as in I.e readil) apprehended hi
mit      Well    llll..1111..I      tlli/i-ll,
there  ait   admitted.) elements
ail a  liH'H   ali.slillse ordi i wln.li
ttill   pUS. Ut    lllll||Sl|\ . *.   I"   thias.
ttli.ise      ipi, illll. all. Mis      entitle
iinin lo tank as specialists in
maittis pertaining to   edact
liaall.
11.it III;.    Ill    llllllll    Ihow    lea
lines .a tin* problem which art
t.i  ilu*  more easil) perceptibli
t.iiki, it is dillitlill to lllidii
sl.nul  lii.tt   llu   .idtatitagis   at
lorded bj North Vaacoavei can
In i \.. lied,   i .'unit red in   iis
broadest geographical relation
ships, tin* situation uflered  b)
Uu  north shun "i Barrard In
Ut lies "p.n in all world puns
and   is   particular!) accessible
Irom   .l.ip.iii   .uul   l lima   Hi.iii
ttliiih  Aiin ma is i.i,ivin     In
dints   in   . wi  in. leasing   num
In is.    Nt.iiit   at   hand,  the   In
iatl.,11    is  ttell   tt lllllll   tile    pit
tllltls     Ml    I all.nil ill    lellil
that  is  In sat, \t hilt   ll   Is   sill
ii, i.nilt outstanding lo give lhi
'I' Slltll    |.l "llllll, 11. I    pint m
.ial Institution, il l.s at the
saint inin in.i iii tt hai ma)  iii
an\ .1  ..n . \|">*
ed piisill'.n  1" an\   .ill. tl p"tt. I
Viewed in lis hiiiii. dial. s. inutile    location    .ill.'id.d   hv   tin
na.nh shon is contiguous lo
one "i tin tii"st magniliccnt
harbors in lhc world aad t.. one
..I tin* gitai commi i.i.il and In
dllsltlal   ti nlli*.   "I   lhe    l'atlllt
ia,,ist. While it is in close
proximit)   i" commercial and
industrial cliieipri*, s and to
large in. it .iniil., financial aid
,aim    Institutions   smh     as
WOUld idler llu lust l.n ill
ties   I'.i   students   it In.   Imd   it
lacilities for vocational training as an adjunct "I thc college curriculum it  >s at   the
same  lime SO siill,lied as to II-
vi.id all undesirable distraction
aai attention from the pursuit
a.i knowledge, While it pro-
tides ready .mess to every advantage In ilu- way ol social
enjoyments and purauit ol pleasure, it is also characterized by
lhat removal Irom the iinliu-
diate presence ol such influences
which is essential t.i the proper
Control     "1   lhe student     body.
while a siu- iiii thc in'i'iii ihore
is readily procurable such as
tt,,nhl .iiinni ample accommodation for the building oi aa In
simiii..n ..I large proportion*,
ii is alsu sn easil) accessible
hum uilier pniuis as to enable
students  lliilll  ,llllll.lied  schools
situated elsewhere to attend
lectures at the university  ita
lie
Confining   our attention   to
lhe nnrth short ilsell, a S.titan be selected which will
make ol tht tmiveraity btuld-
ings a land maik -thiili will bc
readil) noted bj the travelling
publii catering Vancoaver el
tlui b) boal or b) train, ton
■liti..ns ..ii iln ii..iih shore .ure
silih as lo be espe.i.ilh   lavor
aide  10 hc.flth "I  bod)   alld   to
iln* general welfare ol a large
body ..1 students,   The water is
• ., lul  lhe   purest  and  llii'sl pletlti
I'JUI
Double Corner 4th and $t. George
Prioe 17,500,  Termi! 1-,'i cash, bal. 6 and 19 months,
Third  Street
Lot 9, Block 137,  D.L 271.    Price $21()<*.    Terms:
1-3 oath, hithince 6 nml 12 months,
TktH tricts irt fit MlW tlic market ini only for ti vets short Hut.
ELDER MURRAY CO.
I'll.lll.
ril, Vitiii'ii"ti'r I'liiuia' MN Vh111
iv lluiir" 'i 11*111* 1" MO p.m,    Opss BvmIhi hv appiiintiiifiil
After ..llir.. hour*-, phonn Ull
provincial university and tan,
therefore, confidently leave Inr
ease   ill   lhe   hands   ol a nun
pau\ nl arbiters so eminently
able to appreciate the worth oi
that which she oilers and sm
well qualified 10 arrive al an
unbiased and wise t'inclusion
with respect to the matter ia
hj mil, as is the iniversity Bite
Commission,
ml   as to suppl) ; the  ail   is
nm,  lhe atiiinsphere ileal' aiiil
peculiarly tree Irom fog, i lu-
land    sloping    as   it    docs,
toward     the   suiiili     is     sllcl-
iiTcil hy mountain ranges
Irom  the  bleak winds ol the
north and enjoys a maximum o|
.. i
,i.neiiil sunshine. Conditions
*ii. especially lavorable Ior ath
liiup uursuits and lor oui ol
alaaaals   fU j'>\ 11 ll'U t S .    Till'    jllll'l      111     |
lords enviable Utilities fnr
boating, Imthing, etc;, tht
nii.iiui.uu streams abowd In
iish, in delightful nooki and la
lacilities for quiet ramblea foi
those who \t"iilil commune
tvitli    nature   in her   suliliiiur
 "Is,        lilt        tta.aadl'll     \XOt\t       ill
the illlllle.lialt   vii liiltv     pruvide
excellent oppuriunitiea lor
hunting and lhc mountain
peaks arc  lhi peculiar  delight
id llli.se who ill|n\   staling llleil
rugged heights and  partaking
ill  the heillthlul t \el'i ise as well
as drinking in lhe magnificent
tn« ni harbor,  un,  gall, ri-
til.   island  atul   mi all  which    is
■ .pi Bed to tin ii vision.
Viewed  Inun   the standpoint
oi the professoriate or "I the
student   limit,   limn   the    stand
point "i ihe iuiliviilu.il or nf the
mass ; cotuddcccd (ruin the ph)
sii.il, social, moral, "i intellec
llial phase nl  th,   pud.I.lll. can
lull) weighed in relation to all
iln.se consideration which K"
in make up conditions I.imu
ilde im tin* building np "I a
itrong, "ill equipped aad Influential educational Institution,
both Internal!) and i iternall).
tin mirth shore ol Burrard Inlet has an aggrcj ation "I ad
vaniagi s  to ,,u. i   which   n-n
d.ls  il   a   tf II  III, ll  ideal    loCC
lion loi iln- purpoae,
The Imiitiaui ol the imlVeTsill
it N.'ttii Vancouver would n
uif  ti.  su.h i  large   extent
li'.s.   t.>iiiliti"iis which  n<>  lo
a.ike   al iiiiii,iii.i   .it anv insli
iiitinti i.i advanced    education,
pleaaorable lo lhe student, that l'"rl"'r l'1"
■ a themselves, ihoat conditions m—m~m—m
wonld go in i" create  within j
ihe Im.ist a,! all students an ur-
iltiii   affection  (or  their alma
in.in r which would early remit
in .i.ii:•        alumni, iarneat,
■ nthuaiasti ti ni in their
advocai \ ol lhe excelli nciea  ol
S. 0, R,
li'.t Mr. Hopper delivered an
impressive sermon in St.
John's church last Sunday
evening to an assemblage i.l the
Suns m[ Kngland lodge of this
city, About forty or fifty mem
hers ol the order won
present iiiiii lhc theme
taken was loyally to thc Umpire At the conclusion ol the
sermon the National Anthem
was sung lit the choir and congregation, The parade tn the
church was conducted in two
files (nun the K. P. hall up
I.olisilalt- Ave. and along Sih
slreel I., the church.
Pierce &
Hall
Siiceessoil I"
THAlKKU is. TllollNTilN 00.
ji_. seres in I*ynn Valley,
on Center Road, neai cariine,
Special loi slum time $3000;
small payment, easy terms.
Level snd parti] cleared
T bird siieet East, secoi al
Idock limn Lonsdale, lot
jo a uo; only hjoo t ash re
quired I'riee $4,100, lony
terms,
Double Cornel 15th and
Mahon At... $3000, ' ■■ cash
lislsnce six ami twelve nm-.,
1 lose In ear, ideal Innni sill
THE mCEUIEEl
I.ousdale Avenue,
at Perry Landing
ALL KINDS OF
FEED at THE
IXWR8T PRICKS
tv,■ nl... bandit ths toUotrtai in
POULTRY SUPPLIES:
H.A K.rhiilK.HKl.
it. .v K.riiiekt'ii rin'|..
SltilU' Bed Siritps.
Myt-r'H l'"iiltry S|ii.v.
Leas' l.iee killer.
Wheal in two (fades.
Sold in say i|ii;tnti!ii'i.
TUY  SWIFTS' AHS-
NATK OP LEAD
Tin- BtSl NliiiiniT Sprav
mi lli,' niurki'l.
LADIES WASH
SUITS
Ladies' Linen Suits in cream nnd natural, latest cut
in semi-fitting coats, pleated skirt,    | fi 7 £
special jut
Ladies' Stripe Suits, similar to ibow style,
in blue and wliile, and hrown and white
Ladies' Plain Copenhigan Blue Suit, wall
made, price	
8.50
7.95
LAD1
58' WHITE LINEN SKIRT8 IN Al
DE81GN8-ALL PRICES.
.)..). MCALEECE
Kl'.ITH BLOCK    LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
ALL KiNds of
Fertilizers
FOR LAWN *t|SlD GARDEfJ
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
Xurth Vani't.iit.'r sad VaaeSMSI
t'ily und Siihiirhini Pro|K-rly,
Aeri'iiKf. Snd-hiv-Noim.
ISstStaN iniiniigt'd, Krnli folliTlfd
lln.in,-.. I'li.im'i»
ApeaaMBts nf LMaa Usssaalsd
Foot ol Lonsdale Ave., Nortii Vancouver, B. C.
TELEPHONE 89. P. 0. BOX 114
Snap on Keilh Knad.
Boulevard,   cleared,
JHO0.
ni-.ir
I. (). O   K.
Xorlh Vaniinivei Lodge, No.
55, iin-ets every Thursday eveaiag, corner Lonsdale auntie and
Firat street, at s o'clock, Ytsii-
,iiiH bu-tliri-ii lordiallt invited to
1 attend. .1. Kelly, M.G.; A. T
I Kennedy, Ki-c.-si-c; J. II. l'il-
liuj;, l-'in.-sec.
1
 I/ANDIE
ItlTSHEN
"IT'S THE
PLACE"
F. K. Bennet,     61 Lonsdale
North Vancouver
now  m   nu-;   iimi-   TO  BUY HERE
BELOW ARE A PEW SPECIAL HI'VS-
llln.li I'l. li 1. j;i;    FIVE   JO tt.   LOIS,   HIGH AND
DRY .11 1*1,100 1 nh    Terms   |   cash, balaaos 6, u and
iMiionihs.   TIMS is EXTRA GOOD BUYING.
A I-INK TRIPLE CORNER, cloatad and graded, 150 It.
In 117 It , nigh elevation and close lo BOULEVARD. I'riee
$2.51111; i 1.onu caah. (1. I.-ami 1B months
A HONEY HAKBR
A s" it  LOT ON I'll-TH STREET, mst bloeh east from
Loaadsk, at $>,sjo.    Terms |  tash, balance (>. ia aai tl
months.   THIS IS A SNAP
Chas. E. Lawson £» Co.
1,  - -nil'lll IS
Real Bstste Spei ialists
15 |.on-.ilalP
Ave.
1   I.ttt M.N
Phone 70
I'lliiM  110
144 2nd St.
II.
MORRISON'S
SIGN
WORKS
Keith Block     1st Street W.
rt. F. KRLGER
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes of Biickwork
All Work C.iiarantcjd.
nth S|.   un,I Maliaai, At
M.itiil.rl.irpr i.f
a. 1.1,1- ,,.   tlnalul,  .n,l   AntlqllC   I'llHI'uri-
.  nh a,* Baal .i.'i n«. Imu..*.   II. I'.ir
llll* HI   .'I   "a   LLU' I" -
I'ictnr.* Krendng,     ParaltaieWaesis,
173 THIRD STREET, W.
Mill. DRDaUU Kin-ll |ii'iai|*l .ll.nli. 1.
Some Seasonable Suggestions
The growla| |.i.|.iilaniv ul nur min Hot l'oini
Kliilrii linn has lu-tii deiii..ii*,traltd during the
paat week, our largi si".k litiiij; sold mil entireh.
Am.llnr large shiptacal arrived toda} and wc arc
prepared to fill all orders in rotatloa,   Ki-nu-inlu r
i" .Lit-.' free trial,    Vi.iiis d.r asking.
Those   Electric Toasters wc spoke   about   last
week seen to appeal to tin- breakfast table epicure
iii tm ascertain way, as oai sales nl that handy
little article testify.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
50 Lonsdale Avenue.
•W-l-K-l-H-W^^
I     _Tf\f\C\    lad 011 I'lr.-t Mrent, jn-t
+   vpDUUU   ofl Lousdale,only |WXX)
f   Third oaah.
I'l
hone
198
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
Beet-sun to seture eit.pl.'Miictii H»   ' nlversltj nl   British Col
ia ordei to assist them through mnWa,   thus  providini  one  «
tlmi cullegt   coarse, it is like lh «oal rahiabli assets which
tns, suflicientl) removed  Irom »») '-1"11 "' tltutii.n can enjoy
the unrest ..f industrial .md
commercial operation to tn
.hi. iln ncces irj irui< tude Inr
lllti-lli'i lllal  pllisliits      While   ll
,. iiithin ea-t reach ol maim   Imam  ol sdi ini       with  the
[gcturiag aad   nlaai  coaearnsIminimum ol di   dv-imtagea aai
,.  aoaM allord dasjrable proapectivs   kxation   lor   tin
Ninth Vancouver, i..r these
.ind inr in.nu thei reasons
mlu,h '.pi, 1 di' tint permit ol
■ mi ma rating, pn i nts the mas
Dealers in Coal, Brick,
Sand,   Gravel,    IJBK,
Cement   and   General
Builders' Supplies.
All   Orders    l'rninptlt
Pilled and Satislsi tion
(iii.iianied.    Pri©a "i.
Applii *.ii"ii
Olfiix-: Linsdalc, near Cilv Wharl
Warehouse:       Fotman'l Wharl
1 *
:: (honnnn MpUwraw-Eipun-
..   vpZUUUU jui,. tod Bt. Qtorgei
nil uouaoaie, 0
jalanoa 6 and 12 monthi,
Avenue; $7000 oatb,
twu vear.-.
Imlil DM   over
■4)1 j?UUU    tween   liml iiiid   3rd    i;
Streets.   J aaih; 8, II and IH inontliH.    ',',
i+OOAA    Lot  mi -llli   Mreet   in
vJ).40UU   block 184,  D.L 271.
We will guarantee this invi-slnient.
Price $2800; 1-3 cash, fi nnd 12 mt lis
60 font lot in Hlock 70,
D.L. 271, on Htli street;
Jie cheapest lot in this vicinity. Price
|1600; |800 oiih, 8 ind 12 months,
$1500
li THE CANADIAN FINANCIERS, LTD.
||   14 Lonsdale Avenue. R- L Thompson, Local Manager
■ i
:: Head Office 632 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C.
; ^*444*w**.*m-H*^ iiiiiiiI nn 11111 n i tit
H- THE EXPRESS, NORTH YANCOUVER, B. C.
ivi*;
I
To close up an estate we have been appointed Sole Agents to sell
Ten Modern Close In
—— houses ——
at such prices and terms that will make quick sales.
f_ If you are in the market to buy a home, or to make an investment
in a good income property, it will be to your interest to get full
particulars and make an inspection as soon as possible.
!
IRWIN &  BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD
(Incorporated A.D. 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chiel place of business in North Vancouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street, North Vancouver, B.C. P. O. Box 42. Telephone 15
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H. C. l.A/KTTK
Vl'in
Mill*
Sta
tnitiis-
stipir
ins'i
Tin- carnal issue ol tha Hrit
ish Colanbia Oaaette contains
ilu- following :
Win. Franklin Tcet/.cl, nf Nelson, government agent, to be
deputy assessor iind collector
nf revenue tax fnr Nelson mining diyision, registrar    of   voters     for    Nelson
eity, registrar of marriages und
dislriel registrar of births
deaths and marriages for Nelson.
11 w itiiikUnd nf Vernon in
be polite  tnagiatratc for   the
city   iif Vernon in the place   i.l
Frank IkGowea, raaigaai.
Qaofeey    llutU-r,    Canadian
customs oflicer, to bc a   leputv
mining recorder (or tin-
Lake atiaing dieision aril
recordiag ollice at Bamm
tion.
Win. B. Scott, deputy
ter nl agriculture, to lie
inleiident of limners'
lutes.
Alderman Frank Harry Hob-
ley and .lames Churlev llalset
both of Prince Kupert, to In-
liietuliers of the Hoard of commissioners of police fm lhc cil-,
nl Prince Kupert.
Thus. Jaiiiiesoti of Fort bt.
.lohn, to lie a gold itiliiiiiisstm.
er and mining recorder Im lhe
Peace Uver mining division In
the place nf K. C, Campbell, resigned.
Claude F. (aillord, of lhe iitv
of Dublin, Ireland, solicitor, to
In- .1 coiiiinissioner for tactag
allnlayits within and for tit.-
coaaty ol Dublin, for use in liu-
courts of Hritish Coltimlii 1.
To be notaries  public,   C are
St. Oaorge fanrood of Huntingdon ; Silas Fader of New
Westminster.
To in- commissioner! [or tak-
Ing allidavits :
Chilliwack, I. .lohnstnll, of
Chilliwack ; Alberni, Louis Peter Peterson of Holberg ; Vancouver, ,1. Kdward Norcmss,
K. Ferguson, Dan Stewart, H
H. Hrown, .1. H. Browne, B, K.
Aniaiid, Ba B. Teet/el, J, 1,.
Stewarl, las. O'Keilly, A. V.
MiTavish, Thos. Hunter, .tno.
MacKenzie,   C.   Brydone-.lac*..
s.  I,.  Prenter, B. B,  Bailey,
B B, McMaster, Thos. Storey,
J. Siulicld, S. Desltrisav, C. 1,.
Thornlier, Q, ii. Udlngnam, A
C Until tr, ,1. A. OoW, Tims.
MacKay, .1. ill. Reid, Thos.
Hlair and W. Davidsmi,   all  ol
Vancniiyer city.
Dewdaey, Kobt. tiraham, ol
Cni|iiitlain ; llnraee Holion Ba
ker of Hun|iiillam ; and George
Mouldy ol Cnipiitlam.
The Belgo-Canadiaa Fruit Co.
give notice nf application (or a
water record OH Fourth Creel;,
a tributary of Mission Creek
district of Vale fnr irrigalion
purposes.
Notice is given by Messrs
Harris and Hull, solicitors lor
the applican s of tlnir int-.u
lion to make application at the
next session nf the legislative
assembly for an Act to incorporate a compaay to contract
a line ol railway (mm Vaneouver lo Westminster.
Nolice is given of the aaslga-
ineiit of tin- Fernie Cartage Co.
and Win   Furnival.
Certilicates of incorporation
are granted to the following
British l'acilic Trust Co., Delta
Hoard of Trade, Modern Construction Coinpanv and Victoria Shipping Co.
The tollowing Dominion orders in council appear : Regulations governing the leases of
luml containing limestone etc,;
regulations  govetaiag    licenses
to    cut    timber  mi   Dominion
lands aud regulations govcrnin
grazing   lands  in lhe    railttat
belt of British Columbia.
Nolice is given to the creditors of K. A. McMorran, due.is
ed of Vancouver, B. C.
Nolice i.s given by lhe Kus-
kin Logging Co. ol their iitteti-
lion to build a tramway to lie
operated along lhe easl short
of Stave I.ake.
Notice is given thai tin
shareholders of the Southern
Okanagan Canning Co. have 1
special resolution resolved that
tin- company go into voluntary
liquidation.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby givou tha
thirty days after the lirst pub
lication of this no'.'.ce, I in'-end
to apply lo the Superialeiidiii'.
of Provincial Police for a renewal of the Hotel Licence for
tbe Moodyville Hotel, situated at Moodyville, B. C, on lot
27,1, group 1, New Westminster
District, lor the term of six
months commencing July ist
1910.
iSgd.)    TOM BOOTH,
Dated at North Vancouver,
May 12th, 1910. 12
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that
I intend to apply lo the Board
ol License Commissioners for
lhc Municipality of Norih Vancouver at the next statutory
meeting of the said Board lo Ic
held in June, 1910, for a liccUie
to sell liquor by retail on thai
certain premises in the Municipality of .North Vancouver aiil
known and described as Lata
One (ij and Two (2) in Block
numbered Fifty-One (51 j in subdivision ol District Lot numbered Two Thousand and Kigh
ty Seven (2087) Group one (11,
New Westminster Hntlkt,
commonly known as the Lynn
Valey Hotel.
Dated this 4th day ol March
1910.
WALTER GiDbS,
14 Applicant.
Parisian Sage
Cures Dandruff
If il Don'l The Lonsdale Pilar
inacy Will  Give Vou  Vour
Monet Back.
Vcs,  Parisian Sage, llie   most
Invigorating hair restorer, cares
d,nidi nil and grows hair. The
Women ol Canada, who have
luxuriant hair, know il docs,
and that  is why thousands   of
attractive   women throughout
the land are regularly using il
For tears this almost marvel
Imis grower of lustrous and
beautilul hair was* confined to
the elite ol l-'.iirnpe and New
fort Cily, but about ttt" years
ago it was given lo a select list
of druggists, and todat iati bf
obtained in any city or town in
America   where society   women
oi refinement dwell.
Parisian Sage i.s the most lh
lightfiil hair tonic in the world
It makes the hair soft, ltistmn
and luxuriant in a (ew days, li
is perfumed uoat daintily and
is not sticky or greasv. Il slops
falling hair, cures dandiiifl and
itching scalp in two weeks of
money back.
Tlu- Lmisdale Pharmacy sells
it for go cents 11 laige bottle,
aiiil guarantees it, or dlrwI. ■'"
charged prepaid, by Canadian
makers, Girottz Mfg. Co., Foil
Erie, Ont.
• •   »_>.rn——'
-<!
I   tl   •   "   t   •   I
— C
Cleared Lots
50 Feet Wide
in Blocks Adjoining
Grand
Boulevard
Distri. 1 Lot 550
CHOICEST RESIDENTIAL SITES :: ::
Till    OS'XII   lli'l I It' * Kl'
mirth rsscocvia
For Prices and Particulars. Apply to
1
I.ii'   Ltv.
MAHON, McFARLAND & PROCTER, LTD.
Corner Pender and Srymmir Streets Official A-jents
I SIX
THE EXPRESS, NORTII VANCOUVER, B. C.
Pioneer Dry Goods
GENTS FURNISHING STORE,
Corner Sei ond and lonsdale.      Phone 53
COMPLETE STOCK
OF NECKWEAR AND HOSIERY
All New Detigni
SPECIAL LINK FOR SATURDAY*
Brown 1 Inlland Pinafores,   See \\ iodow Diapay.
l.\.eli'tinn,il Value.	
50<
mt cuam co.
UNIVERSITY COMMISSION lllllllll
(Continued lroui page l)
THE  BR] DGE
I- iiiMIMI  Hl'RK   M'«   IS TIIK   IIMI. TO BU.   Bl KOBE
I'llll I *   till WU   AGAIN.
NORTH   LONSDALE
I* itOIN'G l'*i BK OMK »l   niK FIN KMT RKMIDBXTI tl.
si, NOSH hi  N'oltTII V INCOl'VKH
iin.-1 i a,n \i. itr-wt, 100x1 S hrt, tor Iiimi. Um nttiiiT hum hart
nniiii'v.   HV liif lhe .i'h iiniii',/ i"i li-ied ai MOD,
One lm *.ii I'•-.••*, ilrii-t, liiuxlltt let-l  a'          turn
iVi'liin.* ... I'.**' ..*! K 'HI. r .a i. I,., iii i,i,.,-k Inn ear, br |1900
■ Tinri.vnll' Itlwt, a Lur. .1 block Irom rar, hi ..      tTilil
If wii vsul aim ill li"* .i'"*vi* .*'*! i|iiii*kly.
t. it  Van
A     V.    M.llall'
G. W. VANCE & CO.
(or. Sth .\ lai.isilale    I'h,nil- liii Hi,mth llll ir inin l.tllei
Bressey
Peers & Boult
RIM Ishll
aVaaraan
Nold.v I'uhlii
lli saa
NORIH V4NC01VEK El Rill  imi IAKII
M'l-'.AMl-.k ST GKOUGE
STR. NtlkTll VANCUl\l-.k
Leave Vau.
Leave N. Van.
Leave H. Van
Leave
Van.
*t).2o a in
•6.45 a.m.
'6.Jo a.m.
•6.45 a.m.
7-3"   "
7-50   "
•7.20   "
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IHL NORIH VANCOUVER
SCHOOL 01 MUSIC
Pianolorti
Ura V 8 Buniicstci A H
in an
Hi  T w  a'ard
\  laallll
Mi   1.  Davies, 1. V H II.
Mil. 111.
Mr  Paul Edmonds
Violin Cello
tin i'.i.ne Harding Pratt
( "in.t
    Mt. I.   Davii . I V H.M
l-liiu
Mi   I. Davii    LV.B.SI
We ,,ia h,t, I,, establish a   hrst class Silinnl .,|   .Music
nd havi   it; ..tali, 1 ,,| 1 ip nst, obtained -1
musicians who have tba highest diplomas im leaching on
Paci
tin
Ca
t lea
at 1,in eatablishment at ,
■ur ti,nhits and judge lol yoursell
TERMS MODERATE
nlei
viace ot liriiish LolutttbU was
iiiuiv,iiiid in us riches, yet ull
would agrei that its tutttre depended primarily upon its men,
I They were the hope ol the country. Por this reason all
should rally round lhe university as it was .1 must important Iactor in making men eminently luted  in discharge the
high  nlliee  ol   eili/elisllip  ill tlie
lust manner, We were too apt
in [orget in the presenct ol the
greatness ol the country that
iln greatest ul all ia lit man
rather than iht thing, The
couutry hum look, not from
without, hm limn within, to
achieve its di stiny,
Th.* reeve called upon Alderman Sehuli/ ti. read the mem
..rial prepared lor tha coaaider-
atii.n ol the comuilsaioa, Aid.
Sihult- prefaced the readiag by
the stall ineiit llial lie lelt it a
peculiar honor to read the me-
iiiiitial seeking to secure the un-
iversitj lor N< nt li Vaneouver,
inasmuch as he ttas the lirst
matriculant (rota the province
uf British Columbia,   lie was
pleased llial the time was near
.it h.nnl when his native pro-
vitue would take a becoming
place among her sister provinces 111 the mailer ol higher i-du-
cation, Aid. St.lmlt/. llien proceeded lo read ihi; memorial
whieh urged the lollowing eon-
sideraliona wh\ North Vaacouver should in- chosen as the lo*
cation inr tin- university .
1,  Frontage  oa  sale,  still,
inland   water,    tt here lln-   beat
lacilities would bc provided lor
boating,   yachting and   othei
lorma ..I aquatii   tr,iinin-;,   rc-
tieaiit.n and competition.
:.  A healthy and captivating
I'livirollluelll,  where llie variety
and grandeur of scenery would
In- an ever-present inspiration,
J. Transpnriatinii lacilities
so llial dav sludeiils Could
iiiiiii- Irmn ii.tisiileialde distances without niinii lnss til time in
travelling, This leatare would
in- nt the uttimst importance Ior
those students taking up law,
medicine or applied science,
|. Industrial works ..( tin
greatest variety aad comprising
both  large  and  small plants,
shotlM he ea.silv  .1111Ssilili*.
J, The Wl ur supply sit..uld
lie iiluilldalll   alld  nl llie beat,
h. Ptoximit) to law courts,
law iillms, hospitals and elce
in..st 11.ut institutions,
7. Ample opportunity f»r
iln- prosecution ol reaearchesin
loreatry, mineralogy and geol
ogy, and in addition lacilities
lor investigations in all tlu-
branchi s nl si nine,
B. Opportunity lor those rn
gaged In the various lielda "i
industry and commerce who
in.it imi he 111 .1 financial p"si
tion t" take a full ionise ..|
sltidv to p.n lii ip.ile In a parti.1, extent in ibe lieiufns .,1 the
university.
There is submitted, however,
1 map showing tha diatrict "i
North   Vaacouver  aad it    el
t il.illlllellts.
Vmir   memorialists    believe
that an admirable sin- ..111  11
th.is. tl either west of the Capil
ana titer i.r easl ol llie Set
nn.in liter ami ,.ii (he aati 1
frontage ill either t.ise. and
both the tilt and distriii are
willing iii make considerable
sacrifices t., aid in tin- put-
thase nl any site within  these 1
anas nr ant   1,tin r area .all llli
northern shore ol tin- Inlei thai
mat bc sei.i I,ii by your Board
Tin* map shows lands colored
ted, ,nut,ilh "wind liv the distriit corporation a
miiitiiiiitu
HMIIM
SSSSSSSSISSSISSSSSSSISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSI
GENUINE SNAP Near Capilano Car Extension J
ONE ACRE
ciusi' to IhU oar line, all the best of land, lying high ind dry
splendid for aubdividing
Only  $1000;   Cash $500
Martinson & Co.
62 LONSDALE  AVE SUE
SORTH VANCOUVER, ll.C.
l'lione tyj. P.O. Btt fi
.[.M-l-j-H-H-H-H-H-H-W-W-I-W-
iiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiihhii
Just
CLAVERIE & ARCAND
have just opened on hirst Street,  East, an up-to-date
GROCERY STORE
Where the public will bc sure to find a good and fresh
assortment of Groceries and Provisions, Fruits and Vegetables in season.
Mr. Arcand was with F. Filion of Vancouver for the
last eight years.
CLAVERIE & ARCAND
■i-i-H-H-H-H-W^
Canyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
Extensive Grounds, High-class service at mdaiats ratea,
Family Rooms ea suite with ipei ial mt.-    Haass(in-atlv Balaigi A,
Easy trail to summit ol  Grouse Mountain,   altitude 311011 t..t
Scenic Delights      Fishing      Hunting    Mountain Climbing  '•'■
Unequalled for Holiday, Long or Short
CANCELLOR,
Manager,
SEASON 1910
P. LARSON,
l'r,.|
HI II llllllll II Ml I llllllll lllllll IHMHIHIII Iltl 1111
lions in tin- neighboring cities
.nnl municipalities, inahiaf it
easily acceaaible .it even poiat
The eaat end diatrict is oaly six
miles distant by railway bom
Vaacouver poel office, aad tt
teen miles (rum New Uestinin
ster, ,iiiii tin- west iiiii districi
is equally near t.. Vaacoavei
land aln.nl twenty-three miles
limn New Westminster and tin
connecting links aoaM certain*
ly lie eleeirit railways ^ivine, a
iiiaxiiiilini of speed.
Tile preselll lilt \   senile, Jjiv-
|ia| direct communicatioa hi
tween the ceatral portion ol tlu-
lilies iii Vaacouver and Norlh
\ ancouver, will, urithii  ■ ba
' mouths, i.e Improved by tin- ml
dilinti ol .1 Iasi boal ..'tistni. 1
ed mi tlu- must modem lines
and iii larger capacity than
ilit.se now operating- i'''s •"'
iliti.>n mil inaagorate t twentj
minute schedule,   It ..m bs coa
lldfllllv  asseited that  tins Kilt
.11
au earl) dati
fifteen minnii
service  will,
lie "|.. 1 .il. il 1
schedule
Vi'iii memorialists would spi
1 i.ili\ 1 inphasitc the pictureaqui
thaiiii-*   nl   Nmili    Vancouver,
and   it^ siinnt  s.iiithiin   slope,
nd "lands col   protectiil [rom the aorlh and
nreil lillle lhat  ait* oWBtd In the
irnttn li also shows cult-red
ttlli'W adjacent park lands,
whieh are altt.it.-- .m imp..rt,ml
i.ut«>r in the vit inity "f an edu
catioaal ..nn. It also shows
colored brown ii.ur large Indian
Reserves which mav earlt COUI
nil lhe 111.11 kit fnf sale. Th
illlleretlt riven  and .streams ai\
slniwii .nnl tin* water In every
tase is I'l tin besl quality aad
unlimited  in quantity,  nnl  it
1 .ni easilv I.e made at. liable Io*
the univi-rsilv and its adjunct!.
The map shorn * the pi a. 1, ted
connecting links lm transportation, .md 1 ithi 1 iha Second N.itt.iws v.f 1 , * th,
1'iist Nan mis Tunnel, 01 1 '.lh,
and the innni 11 in-; i.ulttavs
ian    lie   Imilt    and   in   opera
tioa befon the university building i.m In' completed toi nun
patloa, The coastru-rtion of
Bridge aad Tunnel nr either of
them, nml "I the ".ini" 1 in:1
1.nltt.it s all ii"W  .mill' trl/ed by
Dominion charter t" a joint
miinitip.il corporation will en
tinlt 1 hange the conditions in
Nnrth  YatlK'llvvl.  .'Ill   its  1.I.1-
easl     l.\     .*    , 11,1m;;    tiinlllllaill
ian*.* 1 ajeslh proportions,
wini-.i lowi ring peaks Iff .111-
nualh visited lit IhroBga ol
mountain a limbers in search loi
exercise ..i lhe umst lavigorat
iti-^ and pleasurable nature, Th.
wild, rugged bcautl "I North
Vancouver'*! canyons mi ihe
St-Miiniii. iiu i.tnii, the Capil
allii and  the (tpr. SS liters ate
the admiration ol countless nature lovers Nm ih \'.iin 1 inter
with its wealth and variety ol
scenery   in mountain,   valley,
,.int.ni. stream, (jignl (..rest
growth and w iinliu, .. ,i limit,
presents, even t" lln   mosl  siis
ceptible,  .1 ...nst.un appeal  t"
(•ive     daih     thought     In     t lit*
hatniittnil nl tin Eternal
The 1111lnsi11.il possibilities "l
the Nnrth Shuie .im mt   great
and     "ill   'issllleillt   diatt     Iii
nther a large population     It
is estimated thai ». nil ba *.
om thousand million leel -*i
merchantable lumber in tin
Capilano .md Seymoai valli t
Rich copper mines hate \mn
opened "ii the Sevmour * nd
l.tini   ti^'i *
SPECIALS
Mod. in mx innnii-.l hoaaain iitv. one-hall Idock (rom t. ni -
sil.il,* At.. Dalighttal location, lot 40x150. I'riee$2200,
lei ms jiS75 ntt\ hilaaea hs nnt.
I..ii nn Second St mie lull block from Lonsdale. Price
$1850.    11 nn- t*)o cash, balance 6, il and |S months.
Best Bn] m the Viciaity.
LINDSAY   e.   CREELMAN
Rral Estate, Insurance and Loans
120 SECOND STREET
and   otlu-r    mr*
have lieen diascovered ia v.ilu-
alde pri,pniii.ms A \irt I itgl
shipbuildiag yard aad dt\ dock
is .<>N<a.,n tn lie opened ill 1 it  e.i*-l
end nl tin diatrict, and . liuin
lut ..t othet industries in I
waiting Un- .nheiii ol railway
communication The tplendid
power station ol the B. t i'l"
trie Railwaj   is oa tin N■ ■ ■. 111
\iin a,| the Inlet and ...lit,ill
.III    lul   allt    location   "it    the
Korth Sinai. aad li desi,,,l a
poWl i Station - an he establish
id al   tilt   little t \ptllse nil . II.
..in   own   rivers    Hut   tii,
greatest    lactoi     I.a     ladas
trial detti'.piiniii  will he  ilu
opening ..ut ..( the main  lines
ni waiet ii.'in i,,t harbor pm
poses  in   the construction  nl
hnks.  warehouses ami eleval
nrs.
Nnrth Vancouvi i is provi rh
lal  as a health}   h ale       ll
is   sheltered   liom   the   thill
winds ol tin ni'illi .nnl ' aal -mil
ll       gCtS      llif   lllll      lllllllll       aa|       llll
innl refreshing hreer.es Irmn lhi
Padfii ""an it la inihi in
tt mii i and innl in simmii i ami
triad stoma and anon  siaam,
.in  ni unknown qaaath)   \ 11
table growth is rarlj ami las
mi,ml  and this wlll . "til i il.nl •
irgelj to beantif} the gttmndt
I   the  Illlivi'lsltV
As ■  boating  ami yachting
centre,  Bntrard   inl. i has 1.1
ipials ami   its gn al  . ipanw
.1    In lli lul ttali is ni.iki*   |l a.l
iiii.ildt adapted lol all kinds
■I ii,miu *i recreation
M. spei tluili siiliinitlcd Iit
Till-; JOINT CIVIC COMMIT
TKK OF NOKTIl VANCOl]
VI-'.K,
Wm   II   HAY,
il.n.'i
ino  v   KcNADGHT,
Keeve.
Win. .1   IK WIN,
Hoard   i
rr.sidinl
Trade.
Tin leading nf the lllltlimi.il
ttas followed In sll.'It speeilles
(rmn the toUowiaf, Kev. .1.
Hugh llonpet, Kit I. 1). Villain, and Missrs I H Hennell
lames C Keith, W I. Irwin,
Alevin.l.t   I'hilip,
III Keith pill the wlmle mat
ler ill ii lew WOrda In ..hstrviti-;
lhat Nnrlh Vatuniiter pnssess
ul eienlhim; else with reli-r-
tine tn lhe m.ilter and all it
la, kid was lhe lllliversltt
\h   rhilip gave in t out plana
"I  Imlil  main   salient   I,nts rc-
javanl in the subject rafcrriag
in iln In.tiii t ..I tdinatinn mi
iln mnih shorn, ilie rapid
;*i,,ttih nl  aaaeaataaal  laltus,
lli,     progn '*     "1  the  limvellii'tll
In iiini.i: ml Narrows Bridgi
.nni tin in si Narrows Tunnel.
lie alio iliutdated the latl thai
il.. i, ..I. si vera] large trai ts m
land . mi Ihtll lv situated, tthith
Wonld I" .it.iil.il.li- Inr the uni-
tiiilt  site.
lilting tn privinns Mgagl
mints it was neceaaary Inr the
members to hi in Vaacoavei ii
righl     O'clock     and  lint   Were,
therefore, conveyed Irom Canyon View hotel din, t I., thi
lent whence they proceeded ta
Vaacouvei THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
SEVEN
HOARD OF TKADE
(Continued Irom page 1)
diators was a fair one.
Mr. Philip then moved, seconded by Mr. Wood "that this
Hoard of Trade views with sincere regret the controversy
which has arisen regarding this
matter ol grades and respectfully expresses its willingness
to appoint a committee to conler with the council to endeavor to arrive at a solution
which would be equitable   and
permaaaat."   The motion car
tied unanimously.
The executive meeting was
enlivened l-clnrc the regular
meeting and correspondence
read wa.s as follows :
Mr. Philip said that it had
been intimated to him by some
o( the medical practitioners in
the city that the time was now
opportune for the establishment
of a public hospital on the
norlh shore. He said the two
councils were contributing
enough to the present hospital
to pay the interest on the capilal (or a large public concern
and as the cilv was now fast
out-growing the present accommodations of the hospital on
Sl. Andrew's street he would
suggest   some action be taken.
A committee composed of 0,
II. Morden and Dr. Newcombe
were appointed lo communicate
wilh the two councils relative
to this matter and suggest llu-
appointment of a representative committee from the two
iihuh ils and the board of trad'
to investigate lhe matter.
Mr. Philip also moved that
ihe secretary write to the Vaa
couver afternoon dailies with
the reipiest thai ihey send to
North Vancouver lhe lata afternoon edition Instead ol the early edition.
Mr Philip spoke mi the inail-
ei|iiacv of the telephone service
in the utv and was of the opinion that the matter should be
investigated. He stated that
the companj wlnn asked for a
colineclion to Deep Cove had
asked an exorbitant stun [rom
the applicants besides asking
them to construct the lim-. Mr.
Philip said thai the district
council were moving in the direction ol establishing a municipal owned lelephone for the
loiter mainland It was re
solved that Ihe secretary write
to the local manager point in-
out the desirability of having a
more adeipiale service ;>n this
side of llu- Inlet.
The meeting thereafter coti-
letlcil llllii a general commit tee.
The president suggested that
lhe board eliminate its session
lor the summer months and mi
motion it was resolved thai the
board should not meet again
until October unless loiivened
hv the chair.
Mr. Fell suggested the advisa-
bi-litv of taking some steps toward having Sir Wilfrid Laurier spend a day in Nortii Vancouver while touring tin- west.
Mr   Philip said he would get
into communication  with Mr
Ralph Smith in an endeavor to
bring about a visit from that
distinguished person.
On the suggestion of Mr. Fell
a committee was appointed to
interview Mr. Dan Mann who
was in Vaneouver at that time,
after which the board adjourned for the summer months.
Ol'ENEl) NEW QUARTERS
Mr. II. A. Shaw, for many
years the pioneer dry goods
man and a pioneer also in Unreal estate business in the city,
has opened up a real estale oflice In the Home block in Unlatch vacated quarters of C. S.
i Voting. Mr. Shaw recently
sold his dry goods business at
the corner of Lonsdale Ave. and
2nd street lo lhe Curry Co alld
is now strictly adhering to lhe
one line.
Buy at the
Welcome
Parlor
And Save Money
We positively guarantee all
our groceries to be the highest
in quality and lowest in price.
lor Groceries, Dairy Produce,
Vegetables and Fruit.
The N'orih Vancouver City
Hand will give one of iheir popular open air concerts on Saturday evening on Mr. P. Larson's grounds.
Mr. P. Larson and family relumed a few days ago from a
trip to Seattle in Mr. Larson's
splendid touring Oldsinobili*.
They were accompanied by Mi.
Fred Swanson of New Westminster, While in Seattle Mr.
Larson was lold that the record for the run to Vancouver
was 1,1 hours and on the return
trip he undertook to make a
new record and succeeded in
cutting the time down by two
hours, making the entire distance in it hours which included three stops aggregating one
hour, so that the actual running time was ten hours. During the niiling Mr. Larson covered a tolal distance of 5">i
miles. He lound the roads in
good shape on the whole although there were places where
the roadbed was rough Ile
suggests lhat il would be well
if lhe auto clubs of Vancouver
and Seattle could unite to ap
prnach the stale and municipal
authorities in an endeavor to
secure improvements to the
roadbed aiid likewise the widening of lhe road in places inasmuch a.s il is dillicult at
times lo work past wide shingle boll wagons, cows, etc.,
which are frequently mel wilh
along the wav.
NOTICE
NOTIClv i.s hereby given that
thirty days after the lirst publication of this notice, 1 intend
to applv to the Superintendent
ol Provincial Police for a renewal of lhc Hotel license for
the Moodvville Hotel situated
at Moodyville, B. C, on Lot
273, group I, New Westminster
district, for the term of six
months commencing .Inly ist,
1910.
(Sgd.)    TOM BOOTH,
Dated at North Vancouver,
Mav 12th, 1910. 14
Highlands Potatoes $1,011 per
sack.
New  Potaloes, f> lbs., JJC.
Best J. & M. Collec,fresh roasted and ground, 3 Ib $1.00,
also a grade at 25c.
Indian and Ceylon Tea, 31b $1.
also all standard grades.
Batter from 2,se to |oe per lb.
Fancy Apples:
Wine Saps $2.75 per box.
Oranges all sizes from 20c. up
to 50c. per dozen, guaranteed not touched by frost,
and sweet and juicy.
Large assortment oi English
Candies imported and domestic from 15c. up to 50c.
Also Fancy Chocolates up to
>i.oo per lb.
New laid Eggs daily, 3 dozen
for ft.io.
Also Soft Drinks, all flavors.
Ice Cream, the very best.
All kinds of new fruit daily.
Telephone 126       Free Delivery
Nelson Manf'g Co.
KS1M.AN.ADK,   Kant  SS
N. V.l.u-nt-tK Co '. Mm
AWNINGS
TENTS
SAILS
N. NELSON. Proprietor
E. DOWIE
CONTRACTOR A ND BUILDER
Plana, Specifications, Estimates
I'. 0. Box 27, North Vancouver
Cbeab
Lumber
one and two inch culls
$8.00 |>er
1000 ft.
in our yard.
SEYMOIR LIMBER
CO., L[D.
MwmM
17th Street, North Vsncouver
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
Launch "West Vancouver," Captain Findlay
Licensed lor 35 passengers
TIME TABLE	
U/etet 1...... v ",»t
llnlljliiini Wh.rl City Tallin' Whirl
l-a.-i a llnil I tubt Vind-t
7.30 a.m. N*oo a.m.
i).on a.m. 10.00 a.m.
11.00 a.m. 11.00 s.m.
13.00 p.ni. 14.00 p.m.
15.00 p.m. 1 ti.00 p.m.
17.10 p.m. 1 H.00 p.m
19.00 p.m .Saturda-» Onlt  21.00 p.m.
9.33 s.m *-iind-) iVbedule '4-°° P-m
17.00 p.m  "  11.00 p.m.
Single Fare 15c.       Two Ticket! 26c.
Quickest route from North Vancouver to the district beyond
Capilano River. Launch -West Vancouver" makes connections, without fail, with thc (erry steamers from Nortii Vancouver, us per above schedule.
Economy is, in Itself, o Oreat Income
If your income wore greatly increased to-morrow, it is
questionable whetlmr you
would be in any better position financially at the end
of the year, without the in-
centative to save that a Bank
account affords.
In other words, you must
bam to save—and thii valuable lesson is best learned
by the opining of I Savings
Account.
The process is sini|ilc and
the habit soon becomes fixed.
Call to-day at the m-areit
branch of the Bank 01 Hamilton.
Even if you only deposit
one dollar, to start with, it is
worth vour while.
C. G. Heaven, Agent
North Vancouver
Cimiil tali "-,- $J.300 000
Ill-Ill md Utimiti Prolitt J,1100,000
Total Ami.      •      •      •       ot-i SI.0O0 000
rSSfcavS!
*£
LYNN VALLEY
Thl cars are now running past our new sub-divi*ion.
located across the street Iron Ihl Lvnn Villi}' itori,
A few lots still tilling at the original price.
We have h'mi I ri'inarkaUr  line subdivision, filing on the extrusion of the
GRAND BOULEVARD
whieh wi- are offering DOW al   reasonable prion,
CAMPBELL & EVENSON
9 Lonsdale Avenue.
Phone 155.
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU GREENHOUSES
Limited
choiotal
CUT FLOWERS
in town al limi'-t pricei.      (jive 111 a trial f„r
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
607 Hastings ISI., W. Vancouver, B.C
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN 9 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
3iy I'ender street, Vancouver
and
Nortli Vancouver
ARCHITECT*,
CROCERS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries snd Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
MUSIC
S.STANLEY MITTG.V U.l.C.AjProl. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
ARCHITECT
413 Granvirle street.
VANCOUVER, B. C
BARRISTERS
SCHULTZ 9 ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, ttc.
Rooms 104-103 Crown Building,
6ij Pender Street
Phons 996
8. D. Sehslts        C. S. Arnold
BATHa
Kallethe's Bath
Comer Homer snd Pender Sts.
Tbe oily up-to-date sad reliable bath house in British Co-
lnmbia-
Ws curt whert others Iti!
Satisfaction fuarssteed or so
pay. Plain baths, electric baths,
shower baths, massage lor body, scalp aad lace; tlectro ther-
spettic baths a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Grsdnste ol Berlin, Germany
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
33-> Hastis|s St. W.
Canttt't Gr..L.t Wiiiim School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - - Manager
Vancouver Opera House
Kooms 3 and 4 Elks' Ha..-; Cor.
Robson and  Granville Streets.
All Instruments.      Phone 3330
PICTURE FRAMING
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest stock oi
mouldings in B.C.to select from
so when you want framing done
cheap and well get our prices.
BAILEY BROS. CO. LTD
540 Granville and 138 Cordova
RUBBER STAMPS
THE GEO. H.  HEWITT CO
Manufacturers
siPfcRioR mine mm
Sign and Price Markets
10 P/uanau Blm.   Peai K3272
REAL ESTATE
PITMAN'S
Business College
63] Seymour st., Vancouver
Day school open all the year
round.    Night school commences September Bth.
Keep your eye on
EAST   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particulars apply lo
UORDEN 9 THORNTON
Phont 8ij     440 Homer Strttt
Yorkshire (iuaruutee &
Securities Corporation Ltd
440 Seymour Strttt
REAL ESTATE
CHIROPRACTIC
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgate — Managtr
Canadian Detective Bureau:—   j
Offices everywhere
Vaneiiiiver Offire:     111 Empire lll*i.k
M QssMap at* teat. Phone- 2226
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
LADIES' HAIRDRESSING
RESTAURANTS
For .ttitchci, |,iifl«.i'to , tin'hi'Ht 'imlil v mi'i Itmi-.t prirr. mil on MAIMMK
III M I'll KITS. Tl.fr.-you will Slid a
1,1171- .tock ol hair noml. n( i-tcry ih«-
aripllaall    tll   «f|lTt   MBI,        Toil|K'l'"    9t
j patltBMI. Iht lif.1 wt anil line.t tt'irk-
man.I'll' mail.- lij- an mpt'rt. Otntlf
men nli" havi' Inal thfir liair vtill liml n
• ipttt ||ri-al pre-1 illative ul toMtls
ll,- luml. Iluirilri.-i.iiig ami niaiiiiiir
me, eti. at
MADAMS HUMI'HKKYS
"13 IViiriVr Slret't
All North Vancouver peoplt
ttt at
LEONARD'S
Either Flack Block or Hastings strtet, opposite the new
Post Offict. Leonard stlls hit
tta by tht pound.
WATCHMAKERS
English  practical   watchmaker,
Established 1889
Specislty,   it-pairing
W00DR00FE,
311 Carrall Strttt l-.icnT
THE EXPRESS, NORTII VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS        LYNN VALLEY LICENSE
j. ii*ii*ii
CLASSIFIED AH   COLI MNS
locus the wants .m.l the offering.;
nl enn. ni In* .il idvertiiing,
K.\Tr>
siiml,* Inmrt, lite per line
Ont Week    l_t   "     v' Inwrilon
line Mnntli      '"■    "
RKF'
,D
Talking to the Point
Our CtaulAaid warn aai. |.|
rlf M tewn lo Ua. poinl at *-•■•"•
If ,~, .."< laWMllalrif ua. H In
. tarn w*U tt— ■•rail. TIM
laMllf.*" raaatw IlkaM that kirn,
•f alr-,l«*'t riom-lh.-.hculo.i*
Ulk .ml l"«l <• Wl* naUOIt a,h>
oiiiaal.ntaad Wanl aWl an M pra>
ductlv. of I*-. b..l aind of
><-.ult. Whfthav buying or Mil*
Inf II., y aaa.HI htlp yoal
,\ GOOD SOT ARE PAINT
will covet   more surface than
twice  thi   same quantity   oi
the  cheap iinitationi.      Tin
coal «ill last longer, too,
VOV'VK
ONCK
taa|l       k||,Itt
tun.   ll «
experience
tt.lllllll;;.
tout   paints  tt hei
"null kind .1 I'l- s..Ill
,N STUCK
HELP WANTED
WANTED   G 1  str..tt^   boj
ti. le,uti boat I.llll llll; .    \\.ill.ue
Slii|it,inls. I.nl i-'i
WANTED   Young :.*i11 to .is
-.i-i with lighl housework   Ap
|il\   Alls   I-. T  S.ilslitirt,   ijj
stit street east i i
WANTED     Japanese  houst
l.a't .    ..Ill'    S|||.|1|    Jlllll    111    Lllllll-
Apply,   Mis    II..11. Mii   Rlrci-i
tt. sl t',,a, all    tt.l^, S    J'.11(1 I
There  is to lie no liquor li-
eeiise  for  I.tun Valley yet, in
spile   ,.|   the   l.ul    lll.it fester
day's application before tlie U-
teiise Commissioners was either
\tin* li.nrili or iiiiii attempt liv
applicants  \titli   this   i-iiil   in
t iett .
Al teslenl.it \ srssi'Hl nl   the
laaa.ll.l   ait.T   tt llll ll   I   I A 11111 i SSi< HUT
i.C. Keith presided and Cum
till.ais All.in .m.l Lawson ami
Com. A ll. Diplaaik uin- present, U   I'.ilil.s presented his pc
titl'ill lor .1  hotel  lu elise .it   lhe
a aallll |     a,|    | 111*   pipe    lllll*   flUlll   ,111,1
IP.skins  road  signed   by  lift
II.lines        Appli. .ml   tt.is    rcple
Dented In Air. Shocluilham,
ih    A    I'hilip lml   prepat
* *l   .unl  pn settled   I.,   llie    in. el
in*, .i  petition containing   i<■<-. |
ii,nn,s ttha. were entitled I.m
who had ii"i signed applicant's
petition i ..ii. lii.lin-; thai both
il'aiiiiiieitis weie ."ii'ti it w.is
.hnun ih ii applii.nu\ petition
lucked ilu- necessary statutory
ip i. iiih, .uii. ns \lr        I'hilip
. l.iiiinil ih.il his list ul n,lines
tt.is L.isi.l up.,n l.ut tt hilt- Mr.
t'.il.l.s1 petition could I.e weeded
..ni leaving oaly 1|H authentii
signatures
Air Shi.el.i.th.iiu contended
tlmt lu* sh..nhl hc privileged to
siiuiiiii/e Ah Philip's list bi.-
i.mse "I ilu* thoroughness in
tt lii.h applicant had covered
the territory and it iliil nol
seem pussii.ie th.it iis many us
i.ii eligible signatures could
have been missed. Commission
us All.in ,itul I..ittsnn thought,
however,      il       the      e-.mn     Notice  is  hereby liven thai
should Hiljourn nne week toea* all persons indebted tn the es
late ..1 the lute tt .  1'.    IVacet.
Whal    we   sat    i*
11 have not, let Uu
nl   others in-   a
He wise and     litlt
only  ilu
.Men wlm
kimtt  always cotne here f..i
their paints,     Take tile llitlt ?
Stoney <& Co.
11; Lonsdsle,        Phone 149
NOTICE
Wanted, a woman "r girl tot
.ii.i.il housework. G I pthiti
u.uk.  Wages,  S;s p.r  in*.m'a
Appl)    Airs.   11.  II.  Hi idem.111
Sutherland   Ave,  ami   I
street   l'lione 1:|. II
FOR SALE
Jack I,..uiei and N. Lonsdah
Elder Murray Co, lire inauranci
FOB SALK Donble corner,
15th au-'   Uahon, looxiio feet.
v, 'su ;  J'is" .ash, balance,   <
.m.l   1:  months,  Owner,   Bos
in. in
POUND A HI! It. briar pipe,
silver mounted, Oiraei mat
hate same by applying in Ros
175. 11
TURNISHED ROOMS
iide Air. shneiii'tiiain tu scan
tii.  Philip's list  thai he   could
nut pussii.it hope tu make up
ill,   (lis, I. p,ill, t .       Cl llsei|llellllt
11 ttas iiiutiil lit Cun. Law
"ii and su..mini l.t Councillor
Allan "ih.it this license In- imt
granted as the petition dues nut
comply with the statutes."
lum. Diplock registered
dissenting vote as he considered
ih. applicant should In- allowe
I., look into tin* n.ums siipplu
l.t the clerk,
.Mr. Diplock  moved, seconded
l.t   Coun.  I.aitsi'ii,  tit it the at
lenlion ni the Attorney-General
I.e  again   tailed   tn  the res..In
tion   ..I list meeting   ol ilu
Board  thai more discretionary
|i..u,,*i  I,.* ^iv,.„ 1., umm   teal
lei,.I disirnts
Renewal  lia.nces won grant
ed i" ih. Canyon View-, Mood)
villi-.  Capilano  and   Bayinout
hotels
who died un ilu- thirteenth d.n
of March, I9I0, al llu- tit Ol
Norlli Vancoaver, B. C, are re
quired in pav ihe amounts
owed liv them respectively, t"
ihe undersigned mt ot belore
Wednesday, Jam 15th, mi".
in
Have You Iried Our
BULK TEA*?
We have a special tt lii.h we
know ytiii will spprcciste.
BLACK CEYLON IIA
per Ib. 30 cts.
(life lllis a tlial ttith   yOUl
iu si order.
LOCALS IKAWBI RHUS
lush even d.n ai righl priie
C.R.
Grocer and liuUher
I'lll.Ill* .-a,
III l.l
Meet Phoae 113
sdsle Avenue
HELLO!!
Th,* people inii'
(oiii.'I it mil 11
I tit.
IIIE  V V. I ISH MARKI I
Under Ne»- Mtnagstntnt.
The chtapetl tad best plsee in hnrn
fair nil kiinls ni truth mnl iniokid Bth,
|Kiullrv, mt, rtfttaUei nml (mil.
WE SKI.I. ICE.
S.  fLOYD.
131 FIRST STREET, WEST,
Hammocks
FULL STOCK
ALL PRICES
I lave vi u a hammock (or tliat verandah of yours ?— If not
ynu had heller sec our slock.
paine & McMillan
The Pioneer I iardwarc - North Vancouver
Dated at  North   Vaacouver
j this  thirty first  day  "I    Al.n
, 1910.          E. A. PEACEY,
1                              Aiiiuinistratiiv
J. \V. BALMAIN
CIVIL   i:\iaNKKH
ijiinntiiv Snrvryi.r nml Architect
MIRTH   VAM'OIVKR.
Furnished Rooms lo Let in
all modern house, situated on
..11 lm. Apply, corner Queens
1.111 %  and Sixth street, *North
Vain ..utt 1 IM
MISCELLANEOUS
1 ii t,.un;: liiill fnr service
Corner Keith Ku.ul and Lillooet
situ 1  Fee S.- T. Cowan
LOCATED IN SORTH
\ VNCOl \A:\i
.1. I.. Gallagher, late ol San
Francisco, Cal , and wanted in
that state as a mat. rial ttit
iuss 111 tin San FraniIsco brih
.it cases, was i.a.,itui m Korth
\ ,111. ..ut. 1 un \\i dnt-ilat. Ill
aad his uiie ,in.l .lnhl .11. *"
copying a small cottage in tins
uu where the) have been liv
ipparentl) in seclusion loi
some t iiiit Ah Gallaghei
v-.li, 11 .1 iked 11 he Intended to re
nun tn l .ililaainia, ttas non
committal, II. did a.Inui,
howevi 1 tli.it 11 was imt his inii ution to 'i*     thi  mth pai
allll    until   ll.    had   bad   .1   .uill
plete rest While beinc, liable
lor .in- ■ 1 hould l" cross tin
border, In is, however, in com
parativc s,.i.tt in Canadi as
under the extradition laws be
tween 1 anadi and the rnit.il
States lhe . h.ii;. nn ivhich \li
Gallagher is wanted is not fix
id as ,111  1 Mi-.ulil,ild.   ,'lielite.
MARRIAGES
The marriagi ol llr,  Arthut
Victor   Hodgkinson   and  Aliss
V.r.i Agnes Vuge was eelt-lirat
ed at the home ol Kev. .1. I)
Gillam,   ulh  street, on  June
Mb.      The   tullti^ couple   allet
making a tour "1 the coaat tit
us, vtill upon ilu-ir return, re
side in Vancouver. Kev. J, 1)
Gillam "llu iated.
TAKI-; NOTICE that the,work is Twenty-Four Thousand
Council ol ilu- Corporation ol Three Hundred and Ninety
the Citj ol North Vancouver (124,390) dullars, nl which fe,-
intends to constrict as a work,063.15 is in he provided oat nl
"i Local Improvement the grad- the general tunas ol the Hani
mis (to permanent gradei   ol cipality,
Lonsdale Ave. from the souih
line nl Thirteenth Street to the
North line t.i Eighteenth streei
ami in construct a macadam
roadway with suiiiiide earn,
and a 6-foot concrete sidewalk
nil each side nf said avenue lie
tween  lhe points above men
tinned ; Indei suli section 12:)
Section 256 nl llu- Municipal
Clauses Ail and intends t.. as
sess the final tust  tlu-l'ei.f   Upmi
the nal property [mating or
abutting thereon and to lie
benefitted thereby, and that a
statement showing the lands
liable   t"  pay the said assess
Rev,  .1. I). Gillam  officiated
at a verj quiet wedding  which
took place ,it the home ..i Ah
..nal  \iis   (Caring on the Ms
plallail.    on   tlu-    llll   u[   .Inn..   ,„,„, ,„„! ,|,e nam. s nl tlf, utt 11
rhe contracting parties wen ers thereof, so far as can be as-
tfr, Bertram Carroll and Misi certained from the last K. vised
Ada Seymour of Vancouver Assi.s>im.m \({,\\ 1S ,„,«■ on M,
Ait.1 .1 honeymoon Irip of 1 in the oflice «f the Clerk ol thn
ll"" __\ h*PPJ Ainnieipalitt and is .. en lor inspection during .Hue hours.
couple \till take up their  1
iliiui  111 \**rtli Vancouvei
The   estimated   coil   nf   the
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
lilt  Clerk
North Vancoaver, B. C.
Hay 18th, iwi".
There is set lorth in the lol-
lowing lool note lhe names nl
tin- owneri or occupiers win.
hate 11111 signed lhi requisition
presented to the Council calling
Upon   thi'lll    I"    i.'lislllict     tile
wurk nl Local Improvement 1
liuti- mentioned and npon
tt In,111 a notice similar to the
above advertised notice has
luen served i>\ mailing the
same by prepaid registered
mail tu the last known plate "I
abode ol such owneri ot occupiers, with the estimated enst
nf the wurk and the proportion
thereof propoied t" be asatsaed
■gainst each "I such miners at
occupiers whom property affected is as undernoted :
PEABODY'8
BA1LROAD
KING
w» nr,' lols ifenti bate
Tbs "nit*   tuaalsclurtr
iimi plseessessh insmtee
il llnl il.i   III,I   |ii.*,*t   |,J|mt-
estions,
Try 11 pnir
\n.I he ci'mu,,*i*il
PEABODYS'
UNION M
MADE ,fe v
OVERALLS *   ■'  X
- y 1 ja
IViIh.Iv'.  liiijlrnml   Kmla-
nt
I... s.i. kr
CUMMINGS
ChitliniK. Furnishings, Men'j,   Ladies', snd
Childrtn'i Boots mid Shoi s.
NEXT TO BURNS' MKAT MARKET
M-'.tt FIRM
Air I) A Al, l.,.,n, im ih.
pasl two ■*' ais . 1111.. tnl wilh
ilu* nu.hanii..I department ol
the "Eapress", and Air. 0.
Shoemaki r ol Vam onvi r. havi
opened up a joh printing estab
lishinitit In th. Ilorne block In
the    sli'l'    1.1. illlt    ta. ..ted    I '
tin- Norvan Elei irical 10
lit ti'ain n hit todaj lor a
.hnu lualid.it trip i" Powell
Lake and mil in   .nun   until
Wi (III. sdat   in \l       His    |iia. til.
 iiiiime  is  in chargi ni  his
.mt  Di  Hutchison,
OPEN AIR SBRVK ES
Upi 11   111    ,iti..s ttill In* held
at Lonsdah Gardens even
Suiiil.it afternoon commencing
at 1 n ' Imk during the suiium 1
months, weatlici penuitting
Ki-\ \lr llatis will ofliciati
nn Sundaj June uth, aad
thereafter local speakers and
students [rom ft'i utininili ■ Hall
ttill address the meetings, '1 Ile
services an i" be undui'. il
un.l.i the auspices o| tl,e
Chii*.11*111  Endeat 11   Smi tt ol
Sl        All.lllt', a lllllih.
Mis-. A!,in  Laing ul this iilt
was a  sll,' * I llll vocal pupil al
the   recent    musical exatnins
tintis held in A ancouver,
Wi    and    Mis   Porto    left]
this week 1 11 th* 11 ranch at Ol
l'i,    1!    C     uli,:,*    they    will
spend the siiiiiii 1.1 months,
The Club Couiniittee oi  St.
Aiuli.tt     aiaa1  , .  -Ionian  So*
t iei V    hate   .III  ,11; |a|   [of   1     |o-
. i.il it.11111 *,, itation
and d.ui'. in iln Horticultural
llall on Tu.'.il.aa. inn. 1 (th, al
1 p.m. All Scotch lulk and
friends are cordialb Invited,
General admis Ion '.'*, centi.   ill
(iw 111 *r rn llerilpler'1
Vnn.' aiii'l .A'l'lr.'-H
Pl.'l'.r't   Aft
I'l         111* aal
-it ed
l.ut
Fronts**!
Estimated
Total
I'llVllielll
K.liliia.l.*,|
A iiiiiiiiI
Payment
Mr- Cnmmlns",
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H.
11
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1071 ll.irelait* Sir,*,*',
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Geo   r.iil *r.
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410.00
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21.-TO
NOTICE
I( you wanl to sell vour Property, fill in blank spare and
Mail to
INKSTER & WARD
NOR Tl I VANCOUVER
NAME
AlHiK
LOT
•:ss..
...I.I.UK ... .
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f_ Try Our Classifed Ad. Column
CONFECTIONERY AND |j
ICE CREAM PARLORS ii
riM'IT. CANDIES, ICK CREAM
I Tl, I, LINE OF TMMKI! MUSKS
CIGARS \M» TOBACCOS
STATIONERY, MAGAZINES
OKKICE SUPPLIES, BTC.
Fred. Bosquet,   Pro|).
II     19 l.i.iis.lule Avi- P.O. H"n ll!       I'luinu 18
NOTICE!
Onr litisiiiiss is now practically on n rush In,
sis    This Hiiililus us to jjivi- our enst outers tin-
suine Iiiiii 1 lass goods we have alwats lunidled
at verv inucli better prices than ian In ol.tiittied
[ruin StORI doing a credit trade.
Trv an md'1 .md toinpare quality and pun
j. a. & h. McMillan
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