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Array Subscription,   #1.00
Pur Year, Moiled ur Delivered
UNITBD 8TATBB, $1.50
In   Advance
Hk lExpr^BB
AUG 191907
Commercial Printing
Done to l*l«aa«« a*at
Tiiie exprmi otrrtow
Oat Prim*
VOLUME IV.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C., FRIDAY, AUGUST IC. 1907.
NUMBER 2(i
At a special meeting of th* city
' held Thursday night the mayor
, presided and all the aldermen were
present.
A letter Irom tha B. C. Electric
'Railway Company apologizing lor
j trouble on occasions in connection
with city service,  the cause was
attributed to fires near the Second
narrows, and the  company  was
doing their utmost to give proper
service.
W. J. Irwin, secretary board ol
Itrade,    forwarded   a    resolution
'passed by the board at their last
1 leeting.   The board also acknow-
Iedged the city's appropriation ol
850 (or use  in  connection with
jronse mountain trail.
Mrs. Stewart wrote requesting a
Iiidewalk on Twentieth street.  Re-
erred to board of works.
A petition asking for the opcn-
Ing up of St. David's avenue from
first street to Keith road.    Itemed to board ol works,
A letter was received and fileed mer, Hull, I'lillit
Irom 1 aylor, Bradburn & Innis
dative to the division ol properties
lietween the city and district.
The  frontage   lax by-law  was
■Otisidered   and   discussed.     Re*
[•rred to board ol works.
■ The lire committee was Instruct*
II to report on  septic  tanks and
[hting ol new lim hall .
Adjoin ntnl.
cense commissioners ..r tlif City nf Nortli
Vancouver!
Tlio potltlon nf tlic untlorslgnoil own-
era of proporty inui householders resident In tlie city nf North Vancouver,
re»|iee!fiilly sln-ivelli.
Yunr petitioners liavs lenrued (vitli un
lillle iilil nil Hint luml lam lieen purcllRStd
nt tlio corner nf Lousdalo aveaue nud
Ks|i]ihiiiiIi. wliorounto erect n building
Ior uliiili 11 liotel license is to lie linked
fiiiiii yunr lionui'iilile board, und (ve 110-
tli'o nls., tlmt 1111 application Is to be
before yainr liuiiuns fur it buttle lifeline
fur iireinlses located on I.oniuiule nve.
Yunr petitioners consider tlmt a II-
g,uor llceimc fur nny loeiitlun on u uinln
thoroughfare like Luiisdnle nveiiiie would
bc very Illllcb out uf pines nml ubjec-
tiuiiiilile from iiiuiiy Ntiiud|intiits.
Yunr honors nre nivni-e that oil n re-
cent iieciisluii tbc cltiicns refused to cnu-
scnt to 11 licensed hotel being located on
lhc enst side of Lonsdale avenue. Mny
it therefore |ilennc your litiiior-i tu refuse
tu grant n license tu nny applicant fur n
liquor business tn be located ill lhe business section uf Lonsdale nvenue,
This also received the general support
nutl adoption nf ibe meeting.
A committee consisting «f the following gentlemen wns appointed in arrange
fur getting these petitions circulated mul
signatures ntllxeil to them:
Ber. Hiililrrstiii, imivi'ri'r. Uev. ,1, D.
QlllulU, Iter, Hooper, Mrs. 'Hull. Mn*.
Dougall, Mrs. (Iillaini iiiiii Messrs. Ci'iiiii-
Hiss, Temple, Hevin
Temperance Meeting
iriit" altljoliriii'il lelil|ii*iilltl'i. inlifeieiii'i
I b"lil Iii Ibe (truiii**- bull mi WMlieS-
■ evening.   'I'he meeting wns talrlj
I iiiii'iiili-il nml ii grent deal of Inter-
evidenced.    Mr.  Ales.  Philip lire-
1>I mnl stated In n ucucrnl wny Hie
-ft nf lhc meeting.   He empliaxlsed
need nl (be eltiiena Interesting (Jiem-
ca in Uie temperance question ni
present lime, ns ihe council were
livinc up license regulation laws and
' lirpiisus wore lielttg applied fur. uml
iv.is im*...iiniii  thul  every  InUlietlCC
.ll.l I... use.! villi the council for the
Illii'i'iiiiti' ui ihe temperance cause,
v. J. D. (lilluni spoke nml then
'-.I upon Uev. liui.i.'isiiin in snliniil
I lii-si resolution,
Rnldcrson moved nud Hr. llowell
Lnili'il thul the full..wing resolution
circulated iur signatures:
J uin ilu- lliiuniiil.il. ll.e Mayor nml
eriiiou nf the Clly uf Nortli Van-
Tlie petition ol tlie uadcrslgncd
uf property ami householders in
I City uf North Vancouver, respect-
sheivelh.
[out petitioners view with grave con-
the continunl, deliberate ninl open
so nf action ..f ibe inini hotelkeopen
Iioeplng open their luiir fnr the salt
IqUOr tu nil (-tuners uu the Siilibulli
ninl imt only su but in nne ense
I'iiliiii.- special iiinn.'ii..11- ..ii Nul.lmlli
ii- to iliiiw crowds ..I customers
(is bill   In Intile nil Sall.li.llll Ill viulll*
, llf the llllv.
nnr petitioners respectfully submit
, tin' duty devolves on your honors i"
notion;   (flrsi) to mul..' perfectly
I., ibe hotelksepers thai the course
ttion complained uf will nol be tol-
'l, and ihni this be made n distinct
ni nf thc issuiim-e..(ilie licenses;
a'l'.iii.ii i'n give ihe necessary in*
t-tlnns tn yunr ulllccru lo Insist mi
■enfni ment uf nil ilie license remi*
na,
is lining tn tnke sneli action al the
fl  ..t the  lile ..I  ..in. young fit.v.
|ii occupies u location second tu none
site lor thousands of homes,
ny It therefore iil.-use your liuiinrn-
eouncll (o tnke the premises Intu
iileiiill.in nn.l ns fur ns possible In
effect to lb.' earnest wishes "f your
Inuers !.'l lhe innller of protecting
-.■ity fiiiiii the evils complained ol
I thus iil'bubl mil' gti.ul inline.
". (.'uilli ft Jncksmi nml Mrs. Hull,
deal uf tlie \v. <.'. t. r„ spoke in
nrt iif It nml (be resolution wns
lilmowly adopted,
A. liiiil|i moved nml Mr. Jack-
i si'fnmleii, iimt n second petlton l»'
ated fur signature which wns as
'SI
li'ito tin Honorable the board uf ii-
uml  I'urktis.
This concluded the meeting,
K. of P. Lodge.
At n mcellug of the Knigbls ul
Pythias bcbl Inst evening iu the Orange
hull it eras decided to iihiih- the new
lodge in Xurib Vancouver "N'orth Vancouver." This wns tin- result uf iiniali
discussion nu.l balloting,
The ifjteudnncn wus largo aud eu*
lllllsiilsllr  niltl   Ibe   ri*|..iiIs  ol   llie  tlif-
feieiu committees detailed from the last
meeting tu secure new Members, wns
musl satisfactory nml greeted (villi n|i-
|ilii„se. It mis f.iimil tlmi uesrly f.irty
timu.-s uf |irus|ierlive tueuibers liml been
secured.
i'he ilule nf organisation wus  fixed
for the 17th September, when n large
number nt new members Is expcelml to
hire been uhliilitetl.
lhe nfiernniiiii.
The Narrpws Bridge
A dispatch from Montreal states
that thc president and general
manager ol the Grand Trunk
Pacific are en route to Vancouver
for the special purpose of closing
a deal with the management of
the V., W. & Y. Railroad lor the
acquirement ol its rights lor the
construction ol line Irom Vancouver to l-'ort ■ George, where the
main line of the trans-continental
will be tapped. This involves the
great work of bridging the inlet at
the Second narrows and a number
ol sections of railroad construction atter leaving North Vancouver.   Certainly good news.
A special meeting of the District
Council was held on Monday evening, when Reeve May presided
and all the councillors were in
their places.
A letter was received from Mr.
Alexander, Dr. Drier and others,
asking to have a road opened up
through D. L. 593, to give access
to Dr. Drier's land, on which he
is about to erect a large house.
This was referred to the engineer
to report as to the best available
road and probable cost.
George Marr wjote asking for a
road from Keith road to his place
on D. L. 815. Tins also was relerred to the engineer for his report.
The public works engineer wrbte
that the government had'given instructions to begin work at once
on the road (rom Moodyville cast
to Lynn creek through D. L. 372,
The clerk was directed to' acknowledge receipt with thanks,
The secretary of the board of
trade wrote that Grouse mountain
trail was to be repaired at once.
Authority was given to pay him
t}o.
An offer liy Mr. Morrow for
block 18 and half of block 16 of
D. L. 579 was declined, and lie
was offered theni at $120. ' '
An oiler by Mr. Gintzburger (or
D. L. 850 of >aj per acre'was de
cliued.
Tin council went into commit
tee regarding several matters and
thereafter adjourned till Monday
next at S o'clock p. in.
i'lie snOW un tlie miiiiiilulns lias ull
disappeared, imt it win return, n» usual, Iiest  111..lllll
Si. John's Bundny school will bold
ihelr annual picnic lu Lonsdale gardens
mi Wednesday, August 21st.  Teschcrs,
siiinlnrs nml friends will assemble nl Ibe
unrileiis nt 2 o'clock, when iimu-i-nieiii-.
and refreshments yiu be given .luring
L, Itetln, the popttltr prnprlelnt* nf
the I*nlnce Unlet, returned on Wednesday fmm Victoria, Ho reporta
business nil ngug. especially rent es>
inle.
A man may think a woman is a
coward in some respects, but he is
convinced;she isrccklessin thc use
of a gasoline stove.
As a rule, the boy whose complexion or clothes suit his mother is
missing a good deal of lun thai is
rightfully due him.
Sonic people buy gold bricks
just to have something to kick
about.
So many people who imagine
they arc pushing are rcaly standing
on thc rope.
Subscribe lor The Express.
11 llll
Rolit. Williamson, a recent arrival in North Vancouver and lor
two days employed in the Wallace
shipyards here, sustained severe
injuries Tuesday afternoon by
falling oil lhc mill wharf, a distance of about twenty feet, to the
stoney ground below. He was
sent to tlm city hospital, Vancouver, where an examination showed
ho had his jaw and several ribs
broken.
Miss Pearl Odgen and Miss
Marguerite I'hilp, ol Mount Plea*
ant, were guests ol Mrs. C. Hartley, Lonsdale avenue,  this week.
While Manager 11. R.rjHefle.1,
of thi Hank of B, N. A., the other
night was strolling down the Keith
ruad as far as Lynn creek, he met
a couple ol bears, and alter passing the time ol day all went on
their way rejoicing.
Mr. Bi Dennett, ol the 1'alace
hotel, returned on Tuesday alter a
sojurn to the Sound cities.
The mayor ol Shaketcwn (Lynn
Valley) exchanged greetings with
the mayor of Moodyville on the
lattcr's departure lor Norfolk, Va.
They spent a lew pleasant hours
together.
Mr. and Mrs. Topper, of Stoc-
ton, California, are on tlieir way to
Vancouver, en route to Hotel
Capilano, in order to sample pure
mountain air and freedom from
mosquitoes.
Motorists are considering melt-
ng a good road lor machines up
as for as the new intake and Hotel
Capilano.
North Vancouver is getting to
be a city ol homes, We should
ie proud of the number ol fine
residence! not only in the way ol
good buildings but siiruoiinded as
well   with   line   gardens, with a
beautiful display of dowers and
folliage, nicely trimmed lawns and
neat fences, and, as a rule, with
fruit and shade trees,
Tourists from California are
flocking to North Vancouver and
vicinity. They are delighted with
the. new city, and declare the
scenery en route to Capilano Hotel
unsurpassed.
A match will be played Saturday
between the North Vancouver foot
ball team and the Shamrocks of
Vancouver on the Athletic gronnds
NorthVancouver* Admission Iree.
Mr. Myron, civil and mining
engineer, a native of Denmark,
spent a few pleasant hours in our
city yesterday.
, Leading physicians of Vancouver are considering the advisability
of erecting a sanitarium east of thc
Lions, the mountain air there
being so dry.
Dr. Drier, of Vancouver, and
Mr. Cameron made a flying trip to
Capilano this week. They were
much impressed with the scenery
and general outlook.
We hope that when the Pioneer
dry goods store goes into its new
premises that the people of North
Vancouver will be more loyal to
home trade than in the past. This
is the only store that is taking one
step forward in the Ambitious
City, and we trust that all true
citizens will patronize an ambitious
store,
Our climate is nearly perfect
We have light rain fall; the logs
don't reach us, and the invigorating, delightful air wc arc favored
with makes an ideal living place.
No wonder that people rush over
here to enjoy it on every opportunity.
The explanation ol the losing
teams are very little help to their
per cent or batting average.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Jaync, of Vancouver, have just returned after a
prolonged holiday, which was
spent at Hotel Capalino. They
are highly delighted with the results of their fishing expedition,
having caught some line specimens
ol mountain trout. Mrs. Jaync is
an expert lishcrwoman.
The Misses llalfour Ker are
having quite nn enjoyable holiday,
sketching and drawing, mountain
(iiuiliing and fishing. They are
guests at Hotel Capilano.
A dairy will be started at an
early date on Nineteenth street.
It will be called the North Vancouver Dairy. Mr. P. Larson is
the proprietor.
What is delaying the lowering ol
lhe sidewalk from its present to
the correct level, between First
and Second streets-this is the
way tin- money goes. The car
pentcrs are being delayed on the
new Thompson stores in consequence.
At the Jamestown Exposition
Mark Twin talked about latiness
at a dinner, "We are all lazy,"
he said, ''but some of us fight it
down. Some of us, again, don't.
I knew a noncombatnnl ol this
class when 1 was a boy in Hannibal.
His name was Jim Black, and one
fine morning I found him lying
under a tree beside the river,
listening to the birds, and watching
the steamboats glide up and down
the great stream." " Well' what
are you here lor?' I said."I'm here,'
said Jim, 'for to pile them bales
onto the wharf.' "Oh,' said I.
'anil now you arc resting, are you?'
" 'No,' said Jim; 'I ain't resting,
because I ain't tired. I'm just
waiting for the sun to sink down
behind that there hill, so's 1. can
knock ofl work.' "
The regular monthly meeting of
the executive committee of Ihe
board of trade was held on Tues-
dayevening, Vice-president Phil*
llippo presided, and Secretary Irwin was also in his place.
Minutes of previous meeting
were read and approved.
The matter of building contractors not being able to obtain a sufficient quantity of brick was discussed at length. It was pointed
out that it waB necessary to take
steps to promote the industry of
making bricks.
H. C. Wright stated that while
he believed that the cement brick
was good, yet the public would not
accept them in preference to the
clay article.
It was resolved to take action
with a view to having established
a brick manufactory on this side
of the inlet,
The secretary read a letter from
the Hon. Provincial Secretary, H.
E. Young, under date of 17th July,
in reply to a communication of one
written by the board of trade dated
5th June, relative to the proposed
railway, tram and vehicular traffic
bridge across the Second narrows.
" I am directed by the executive
council," stated the honorable provincial secretary, " to say that the
matter had received at different
times the earnest consideration ol
thc government. ... As a
result of these investigations the
government do not see tlieir way
clear at present to nndertaEc this
matter as a provincial undertaking,
or, secondly, to contribute to a
railway company undertaking to
building the bridge (he sum ol
1250,000." After a lengthy discussion on the matter—
H. C. Wright moved, D. G.
Dick seconded, and it was resolved:
" Whereas—The papers having
reported that the secretary of the
board of trade had received an
answer to the joint delegatation
which visited Victoria and interviewed tha government on Aug.
ist in connection with the bridge
across the Second narrows, and
thc secretary not having received
same to date, Resolved —That!
Mayor Kealy be asked to write the
government to reply to the request
of the deputation,"
Chairman D. G. Dick, of Ihe
tourist and settlera committee, reported on behalf of his committee
that it had expended the $$0
granted by the board for Ihe repair of the Grouse mountain trail,
which was found lo be in very bad
condition. An additional sum of
tfi was required to complete the
work. The committee made a
trip lo the Lynn valley in learch
of other trails to points of interest,
and find that there is very beautiful scenery in the valley, which
can be reached with considerable
comfort by vehicles, except about
half a mile immediately beyond
where the flume crosses the pipe
line road. This part of the road
is very stoney, but capable of
being put into good repair at a
very reasonable cost, and when
done the trip to Lynn valley by
the pipe line road would be a
favorite drive, leading oul from
Norlh Vancouver. The rural
municipality had built trails in
close proximity to Ihe lower Lynn
valley canyons leading from the
Hastings road, thus adding another point of interest (or the
tourist and pleasure seekers amuse*
ment.
The bills encurred by the board
were ordered paid.
Chairman Wright of the enter
tainment committee reported progress.
On motion the committee was
instructed to arrange for the holding the first entertainment in Larson's pavilion on Friday, August
30th.
Adjourned.
During ihe past fuw day* thnre Hu
been In circulation a petition to have
a tub-poatorflce upon tho hill. This
Is at It iiliuultl b*. llul (bt Ut-garl-
ment, It b stated, cun hardy na ax-
Iifcton to grant Ihe request on the
m mi-iis that the revenue nl Ihe am.
vice ala.c.s not warrant It. Lasl year
the sum collected amounted to little
less lhan 1700. Thin faet 1.1 tn be re-
Kit.lt.'il, seeing thnt many business
men and uthor.i purchase pontage
stamps at Vanoouver. Patronise
homo Induutry, and N'irth Vancouver
Will have nil lhe postal accommoda-
(bin It Id entitled to.
Card of Thanks.
.Mr. It. T. Blackburn and family wish
tu tender tlieir sincere thanks to the
many Iriends who so kindly showed
their sympathy In thoir late bereavement, through tho demin* ol their bo
lured son and brother Uo-* Allan, which
occurred on the nth Inst.
LARGE^£>
Residence Lots
CLEARED ANC ON HIGH GROUND, IN
NEIGHBORHOOD OF
THE GRAND BOULEVARD
AT |600 AND $600 EACH.
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AN UP-TO-DATE IIatbs: |1.M PER
TOURIST RESORT DAY AND UP
Special Rates to families and Regular Boarder*
IlnlMiour (erry connection to ami from Vsncouvor.   Hot sml cold
Hater In every room.   Rotiirn call belli in every room.
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROMIITOM
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tlio seal "i
the  agree
n. ivhen .-iiiluljlii
iililulneil M* niii. uml Mr. Smith
,...,!.   iniiiplos
if fruit, which "ill Iir especially bot-
led for pxhlblilini purposes,
pej-inuncnt  cxlilh
Hiiurlel's  i'ini    bi
.1  Mr, W. I.. 1
will  la.' piopare
tin: \\i\n STOUJI,
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tl„.j  will li     "
[led  approval
ni.i.i li) which lhe I
fur "in  city >
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,  ii,..  North   \ mcouvei
.,  improve nt Company In »««'»"
Ihbs Please  Is in keeping trllh «••
striking characteristic of our city, and
11)C llPnm„,l which hns already sprung
,„,,-,„ i„lfl in the nolgl.lH.rh I nf thi
,1,1a,,'   Ilia!    'IU'   I.'"'*1
publii    ulrli which has l n a
A t.. .in mldnighl nn Tuesduy there
,vn* a heavy ilnwnpiiiir 'ai rulii, after
ivhleh Hi.'!•' wns a, uliii.is .ve terl)
.•ii.I The sou rose und lhc wind
I -tl lhe Hi- in  Ihe cleurllig of ,1.
"A"      UllinO'S    lOt,    "ll    llll'     "aallUlal.'-l    t"l"
,„,,< ,,r ili,>  Rsplnnnile and  [.nnsdulo
\     The   parks Hew In Iho (11*
. tlnn of \\ illuci i. P) 'i I l"" no
a ,,„.„.„ m dune, The pn tnfflec
iMilldlng   un.l   Hai-    '!!••'■   were   verj
 I, in diingei  wiii.li was averted,
.1 ;h iaa Un   son-leu!  a.i (.'unstable
Turn, who wuli-hed llu  tire and wus
read;   tn glee the ail.inn if nccnslon
a    '• al   It.
INDIANS TO HOr I'lKI.HS.
Mnny..! the .\li-*i.an Indians ure leuv-
Iiiii via llie lliliiiiililu i'..r the Imp yards
ill   llll! SllUllllllsIl, Wlal.l'e picking Will small
he iniiiiiu'iir.-'l. The Imp business is one
Iiiui entails ii considerable inn.mul t.f
liiluii- a.i i'ii- -.'iis.in i.f tlie yenr, nml ||
seems llio In.liaiii- have u preference fnr
ilnn work, ui ivbleli Ihey are quite efficient,
lloutcvnrd Is evi'
p0)lcy „,. ,„,. Tnwnalte Company
bring i'J own r
■w.il.l.
OTTAWA GAHl-ESS-
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the merits and attractions oi
but known to the
Ihere would
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Ingle In*
OauU'iis."    How
Hi,;   lh. •   nanleni
i   oclagonal
Xortli  Vancouver
neighboring pnpulntl i
,„. an Influx .1 n Id
than id Present,   Take ll
slant f  ■'""•'WL1
tow  ui'-  aware
have wroughl    Iron
„. ion shelters speclall) cnnstruclcd
hj. the \yestmlnsler Iron Wm-Ks nml
Mr   Rider,   of   our   eli
gronlie    foundations    >'!     """''
ample scot accommndallnu nnd mans
cxqulsllc Plants, the lasl   elected ■»
Mr. s.'hv I, lhc hlghosi  gnrdonl
nuthnrlty In i'"" Prnvinn
drnngeas arc nov   In flnwci
tlnrdens even   turn '■"' ''"'"'
year of their exi '■ - ' " !i" I'" '''
,,., |n Vancouver, although as n cit)
i,   I,  lwe.lt: M~i    Tl"  ] •'''"
;„„l hnndsn    house now    Hearing
completion on lhc norlh bI'1" of "'-
grounds is hm thc I i I ol n number
which will shortly be er. led, and
there can be Utile doubt thai a " '
I,,.in dole will wllni a a resl.l
development fronting -n lhc ,;"'-
hard in equal In
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Church Notice
-I. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
SIXTH STREI I.
Services will I"- conducted as
usual mt Sunday by the pastor.
Sunday school, 2:3" p. m.
Service at Moodyville school at
,-.311 p. in.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
- n'i luck.
All are welcome.
Pastor: Rev. I. D, Gillam, M.A.
Ml.lliiit' 1st t Hl/'RCH,   ORANOE UAH. '
Class meeting 10 a. m.
Sunday school ami bible class, 1
11 p, 111.
livening service at 7:3" p. tn.
Rev, H. II. Balderston, B. A.,
pastor.
CUrS   PRESENTED.
The N \*. A, A. un.l boating clubs
..f ,N.u"ili Vancouver aro both in receipt
i.f two very lum.Is..me cups tn be contested fur nt Ilie plcnsuro nml will of
iln- two clubs.
The cups are silver, gold lined, ami
are to I.e put up fnr any event Ibe
chilis may lU'rungc fnr, It is expected
tlmt announcement will sunn be made
uf 11 i.iiiiiiiiiiii'i., f somo kind, when
these trophies will bc put up for com-
petllion,   Tlm cups were presented by
Ilnn,   I'.   Clirlei-Cnllnll,   lu   wlli.nl   till'
Iwn nigiiiilsiilloiw ure very grateful,
LOST  TIKI   lll'.ri.M'I'.li.
Hriiasey anil Quinn, owners of the lug
Prince Ilnpert, wblcli wus driven 011 tlie
rooks recently 111 Secholl uml wrecked,
have purchased n new hull and are having ihe engines nf tlie wrecked bnat in-
tailed in ii.
Business Cards
Envelopes
Letterheads
Display Cards
Booklets
Statements
Public Notice.
YnTlCK IS IIKIIKIIY GIVEN that
^ an application will be made by the
undersigned belore tho next regular
sitting of the Hoard ol Licensing Commissioners ol tho City ol North Vancouver lor a bottle license undo
section 176, ul the "Municipal Clauses
Act" ami "Amending Acts," lor the
premises sittiste 011 Lonsdale avenue,
on Lot 12, Block 168, District Lot 274,
in the suid Citv of North Vancouver,
Dated this 9th day ol August, 1007.
JOHN BENSON.
1    MIX'S THE EVANGELIST, SEVENTH   Billheads
AND  ITIIUTEI Mil STREI tS.
Holy Communion, 8 a. in.
Morning prayer, n a. in.
Evening prayer, 7.30 p, m.
On llie gist Sini.la_\ iu lhe month
tin re will be a second celebration
ol the Holy Communion at 11 a. 111
Rcctoi : Rev, Hugh Hooper,
Commercial Forme
Done
James J. Hill was a carpenter in
Canada, a farm hoy near Syracuse, 1
N.Y., and used to run a switch 0n ^Qra Not|ce flI)d
engine lor amusement alter hours.
Any  man is jealous  when  his
Satisfactorily
and any man is jovial am
iiiiinlet! when In in ahead,
hrond
SATURDAY'S SPECIALS
Tetley's 50 tent lea for 40c.
"      10 Cent  "    "   35c.
f. W. TEMPLER 6 CO.
GROCERS
Corner  Alb   Sl.   and   Lonsdale   Ave.
TELEPHONE 40
A RARE CHANCE
Have you been t» our Big Houselurnisliing Sale yet?
II imt, ynu Bhould imt delay I'liii ii poiitWely the
largi I
August
Furniture Sale
. er bold in the city.   \V> must considerably reduce
ir enormous stock ol Houielurnishinga to mike
inoin Im new goods, lliis is your opportunity ot
make 0 Iiii; laving md get better goodi lor less
mom v than ordinarily. We hope you will call on us
mat h t iis have the pleasure ol ihowing you the
.1 tonishing reductions in everything throughout the
store,
TIIE IIODSEFllRNISHrRS
D. X. SMITH, Ltd.
1 ni'stl' (,1'VSMIII  AND in WIND -tlRftlf*
VANCOUVER,  B. C.
A. A. CROWSTON
GENERAL  BROKER
am   NOTARY PUBLIC
h'lii.i'i' 1    In all its Branches.
Mining:   Placer nnd Hydraulic.
I..-iai..    Hardwood. Cadar and Fir.
M«*,»a.EH roil THI COMMCRCIKL
PflOTtCTIVl  AOtNCY.
Ollice: Flrat St., E.ol Lonadele Avo.
CUAM/'C   PIONtlR  DRY
ajll/WV  «J   GOODS STOKE
Will move t» larger ami
mora convenlenl premises,
on or aliont the
THIRD WEEK IN AUGUST
»iih n new nutl specially
■elected stock, which «iil
leave nobody nn excuse fur
crossing the Inlet. Btrlctly
city prices,
Cor. 2nd and
LonidaleAvt,    -    N.VANCOUVER
SMOKE —   ■
TERMINUS CIGAR
CLEAR HAVANA FILLED
Al.i. KIN IW --
Wines, Spirits, Beer
and
lemperance Drinks
l'n|itiliir l'rict'9
J. P. TURNER
IIQU0R MIROIAM PHONE .191
070 Granville Street
LIS! YOUR
PROPERTY
with is roit
QUICK SAI I
A. SMITH & CO.
IIM HON   BLOCK
NORM VANCOUVER.
ELDER,  MURRAY CO.
Vancouver Address;
43S Kkharda St.
'Phone 417.
WEEKLY LIST
IWeek tndlmi Aug. 24th.
North VoscMvori
Junction Block
'Phono 37
NORTH VANCOaJVttt-
Price Cash
■*!*!»« I     11000
1(50 I      725
tllXI I        IIIKI
IMI 400
ITS I                  la'.
210 ■        15
2W 100
Ml 250
Deiortptlon
160 Keren in llie l.jnu Velley.
I'aalll   l..a|j .IU  l'| 111 all.Tl.
(Henri.I qunrler acre oa OluMterllold aveaue a bnrinln.
('. ncreion Keith ll.ual.   Unlinco over three ytnu.
Ni'ar propoisS Nurruwi t,rldge.  Suit terms.
4 quai ler-iti'io blocks nenr car line.  (10 per month,
tIMalia'  lilt ClOBe tO latltlltdnle »Vl'IIIIP.
Lot ou Thirteenth eireel.  Vory nenr enr Ilns.
I(IN*-.B-.II    IS I A I I
TIIK I.A8T OK Till) FRONT PROPERTY AT FIRST PRICES
l'HICK OF  LOTS,  |S2S|  CASH,  $101
TIIKSK   I'RItlKS  WONT  LAST  L0N0
NORTH VANCOUVER FERRY & POWER CO., LTD.
Summer Time Table, 1907
LEAVING VANCOUVER
LEAVING  NORTH VANCOU
CITY
VER CITY:
STEAMKR
STEAMER
STEAMER
STEAMER
ST. OEOROE
N
VANCOUVER.
ST, GEORGE,
N.  VANCOUVER.
•fl.00 A. M
•0.20 A.M.
•tl.48   "
•7.20   "
8.00    "
8.20   "
8.-10   "
9.00    "
11.110   "
9.45 A.M.
9.45    "
10.16 A.M.
10.10  "
10.45   "
10.45   "
11.15   "
11.10   "
11.45   "
11.40   "
12.16 P. M.
12.10 P, M.
12.40 P.M.
12.40 P, M.
1.16   "
1.10  "
1.45   "
1.40   "
2.16   "
2.10   "
2.45   "
2.46   "
3.15   "
X15   "
3.45   "
3.45   "
4.15   "
4.10   "
4.45   "
4.45   "
6.15   '
5.15   "
5.45   "
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11.15   "
0.10   "
li.45   "
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* Not un
Sunday.
uoje^shok BARGAINS
to be sold at
WHOLESALE PRICES
f API    Wfil FF    THOMPSON BLOCK,
UIKL   YYULrL,  LONSDALE AVENUE.
NORTH VANCOIVER, B. C.
LOTS
70 x 240
$300
Close tu saw mill and plank road;
ten minutes Irom car; only $300.
Also a few i 4 acres (or $200;
terms, 10% down, f 10 per month.
House to let, 6 rooms, all conveniences ; splendid view. Also
one for sale; $500 cash and f 10
per month,
Two perfectly cleared lots on Lonsdale Avenue
$900 each
WESTERN  CORPORATION,  LTD.
Capilano Hotel
CAPILANO   DAM
Everything new and modern, allording all the
luxuries nl a metropolitan hostlery. Klevation 500
leet above sea level. Ideally situated for people
wishing a 1 cxliiliarating climate, beautiful mountain
scenery an I climbing, and good fishing »nd shooting.
A lew bouts from the summit ol Mount Crown ami
the Lions.
Tally-bo meets car connecting with 9:15 lerry,
at liewicke avenue, returning between 6 and 7 p.m.,
calling at tbc two canyons and the suspension bridge,
allowing time for inspection.
RATES :   $2.50 tu $3.00 Per Day
HI-ItCIAI.   KATltH   TO   I'AMII.IKS   AND    REUUI-AH
BOARDatM
DICKSON W. KELLS, Prop.
TKI.KI'MONB  KM-i. NORTH   VANCOI.-VBI*.
——
THE EXPRESS, $1 PER YEAR THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
NORTH   VANCOUVER
LOT 2*3
STILL   THE   BEST   BUY
We have some lots left in this Original
Subdivision.   Call and see us, and
buy before they are all gone.
The Electric Tram runs
right through this property
It is bound to be an  important addition
in the near future
Easi) Term*
For Prices and Maps, apply
IB Bill I IB ill 1
440   SEYMOUR   STREET
It   IUU1U HOULQATS. MANAOK1I
REAL BOYS WANT
MANNISH
SHOES
SAME KIND AS  DADDY'S
Ami wc take particular cure to have the kind that ploaBae them ol
TOM OALF, CHOCOLATE KII>, BOX ami VBLVOUR OALF, GUN
HKTAL OALF, ami a good range of TAX CANVASS SHOES for
the hot weather
PYKE'S SHOE STORE
516 HASTINGS STREET W.
J. F. TAYLOR,   A. (i. McCANDLES.   S. G. SPENCE,
President. Yice-Pres. Sec.-Treas.
When
Furnishing
one always likes selecting
Irom vast stocks, (rom a store
that lias a reputation lor Rood
Furniture and Fair Pricei. We
have and we try to live up to it.
No matter whether you require an odd piece or the Furniture and Carpets (or your entire home, we can serve you
and save you money. Our entire building, with its lour
great floors, is crowded to overflowing with all that is newest and best in Furniture and Carpets.
You arc as welcome to look as to buy. Drop in the next
lime you are over.
Standard Furniture Co., Ltd.
307 to SI3 Halting* St. W„ Vancouver, B. C.
'Phone 360.
I
The regular meeting of the City
Council was held on Monday
night. His Worship Mayor Kealy
presided, and there were present
Aldermen Irwin, Emery, Dick,
Jordan, Crickmay and Smith, the
latter arriving late.
Communications were received:
From Alex. Philip, C. M. C,
Corporation of the District of
North Vancouver, referring to his
letter ol July joth, regarding the
agreement between the city and
the district by virtue of the Incorporation Act, would be glad to
have a reply.   Laid over.
From the same, sending a crown
grant, No. 1,965, 201, for cemetery
lease ol lot No. 1,620, received
from the Department of Lands
and Works.   Filed.
From J. B. Bennett and L. L.
Hannah, requesting that Eleventh
street lie opened up and graded
past block 83, Sub-division 550,
and further that the sidewalk and
watur main be extended to said
block.     Relerred   to   board   of
works.
From J. B. Ker, Nortli Vancouver Land and Improvement
Company, acknowledging receipt
of letter furnishing extract from
the minutes ol council, 5th inst.,
accepting draft agreement between his company and the city
regarding the boulevard and park,
and clearing of lots in D. L, 550.
" When you are ready to conclude
the contract," he stated, "we shall
have pleasure in waiting on you
with further copies." Filed Ior
future reference.
Mrs. K. Sykes wrote that she
was about to build a house on lot
8, block 75, sub-division 549, and
would like that Thirteenth street,
about 100 feet east from Durham
avenue be opened up. Relerred
to board ol works.
City Solicitor Taylor wrote
answering a letter that in view of
the special provision ol sub-section "F," of section 14, of the
Incorporation Act of 1906, he considered that this governs the matter and that the city can ouly be
sub-divided into wards with the
assent of the electors. This means
that any bylaw dividing the city
into wards will have to be submitted to the electors and assented
to in the usual way
Aid. Dick thought the matter
was not of sufficient importance at
present to have a contest.
Aid. Irwin stated he was in
favor of the ward system.
His Worship said that the consensus ol opinion whether the city
sliould be divided into wards or
not had notbeen ascertained.
Aid. Emery said he was in favor
of the ward system.
Aid. Dick was strongly in favor
of the ward system.
Aid. Crickmay was also in favor
of the ward system. There was
lots to be said both in faver and
against the principle,
His Worship the Mayor thought
that half of the alderman should
be elected by the whole city and
half by wards,
Aid. Irwin thought that that
would not be the most satisfactory
way.
Aid. Irwin favored the alternate
term of two years of office.
His Worship agreed with the
two-year term system.
The mayor stated regarding the
reports appearing in the press re
the proposed construction ol the
bridge across the Second narrows,
that no official communication on
the same had been received (rom
the provincial government.
Aid. Irwin reported that City
Engineer Loutet, as requested,
submitted the following : " As
stated in the report of the en
gineer for the district, several un-
trimmed poles are set in the ditch
on the east side ol the plank road,
but as no water ever flowed or
ever shall flow in the ditch in
question, it seems it would be unwise to bring them nearer the
plank road, and to place them
further away would mean that a
good deal of clearing would re*
luire to be done. As regards the
appearance ol the poles, they are
in line and approximately ol one
BRUCE *DODDS
GENERAL MERCHANT*
flat Iron Block, Cor. 8th and Lonsdale Ave.
We aro this week offering to tlic Consumer some rare
values in
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes
liought from the best makes in Canada.
We are also keeping up our reputation in
Butter and Eggs
and are in receipt of a large consignment of CHOICE
DAIRY BUTTER, which we are selling ati2f>c per pound.
This will be found to be equal to Creamery Hutter,
height—about fifteen feet, and are
more in keeping with the character
of the scenery than trimmed poles
would be." It was decided to
communicate to the districe council.
Chief of Police A. Davies reported that the present quarters
were not sufficient for the con-
venience ol the department, and
suggested that the force be allowed the use ol the back verandah
as an office. It would take about
500 feet of lumber, one door and
two small windows. He could arrange to have the work done. Re
ferred to police committee with
power to act.
Alderman Emery reported at
length regarding the estimate of
the probable cost ol alterations
and extensions to the waterworks
system, which, he considered,
would become necessary in the
near future. Laid over till Thursday night.
In discussing this matter His
Worship stated that the city of
Portland was using the wooden
pipes.
Alderman Dick said tbat the
woodeu pipes would stand as
much gresiure as iron. The
wooden pipes now in use in the
city would stand a pressure of 225
pounds.
His Warship said that the
wooden pipes in use here were
guaranteed by the company for
five years. A3 a matter of fact the
wooden pipes were used in Victoria for 50 years.
Aid. Crickmay said that that
was where the pipes were protected, /'. e., where the pipe was
exposed, similar to that on Thirteenth street.
Aid. Smith asked what was the
difference in price between the
iron and wooden pipes.
The mayor replied that the cosl
of .wooden pips was about hall
that ot iron.
Aid. Smith believed (hat the iron
pipe would be the cheapest in the
end.
Aid. Dick said that the wooden
pipe would be at goodjts the iron,
because within fifteen years they
must be taken up and lerger ones
put down.
Aid. Irwin said that under present conditions he thought that thc
wooden pipe would be the best.
Mayor Kealy said there was no
need of iron pipes at present.
Aid. Dick submitted a Ir, law
regulating sceptic tanks. It passed
its first reading.
His Worship said that the bylaw regulating hotels should be
taken up.
Aid. Smith agreed with this and
stated that there were a great
many drunks here on Sunday.
He had not been down town on
Sunday for a long''time till last
Sunday, when lie saw fully a
dozen.
He was appointed lo drall a bylaw regulating saloons.
The mayor said the council had
power to create a board of park
commissioners.
City Treasurer Woods drew the
attention ol the council to the importance ol Arbor Day. That the
Horticultural Society, so lar as
this matter was concerned, appeared to be dead.
Aid. Smith said he knew nothing
ol the matter of observing Aibor
Day. Anyway, where could trees
be planted.
Aid. Jordan—On Second and
First streets and Lonsdale avenue.
Aid. Smith Lonsdale avenue
was not yet graded.
The ccuncil then had an informal discussion on the several
proposed bylaws, when Aid. Dick
said that there were yet about
eighteen to be passed. His Worship said that there were several
Dot pressing.
Aid. Irwin—How about the
street sprinkling by-law?
His Worship—I think that next
year would be plenty ol time.
Aid. Jordan then introduced the
by-law in accordance with Ihe city
charter, entitled   "The  City  ol
North Vancouver Loan By-law,
1907," for $24,000. Read a first
time,
Adjourned till Thursday evening at 8130 o'clock.
JAS. GRAHAME & CO.
Painters and Paperhanoers
Mural Decorators
Grainers    Oi.azif.rs    Signs
LONSDALE   AVENUE,
Orf. 13TH Street.
B*K
Rolled Oats
flour
Hay and feed
Seed*
ALL ORDERS
DELIVERED
ihe Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
Limited.
Harry Mitchell, local manager,
Lonsdale Avenue,
Fine, healthy Tomato and
Cauliflower Plants, grown from
Sutton's Seeds, always on hand.
C. E. JORGCNSEN
(Ivil 1-nli-f.r   aa<   I, I    I..-I  l.„i,(r
'raom isa
r.aiiwa-., Undue", Wiitr Power-,, Iiilmiii
*".l|'fl Ill'rU lall- '« III  I  alll.ll Ila ! l.all. Ml*!-,, Tllffll
all-., .'llllllll einlina. S.il. Iilrlilima.ele.
Ml Hiltlnil 81. W.,  .  .   VANCOIIVER, I. C.
PATRONIZE
the
BOARD OF TRADE
BARBER SHOP
Lonsdale Avenue,
near comer of First streei
BA THS
CIGARS and TOBACCOS
BIRT CAMPBELL
Prop.
SEEDS,
TREES,
PLANTS
So Seodleu I'luiiiH, No PHIeaa Apple.
Nn Cobleu Corn—Jut old reliable var*
ie 11.- nt reasonable prime.  Fertilisers,
Ben Supplies,  Spray I'timpc, Spraying
Material, Cut Klowirf, etc   Oldeat •■■
ia.Miali.-al nursery nn the mainland ol
Iiniii h (,'>.Iiunl.in.   Catalogue frti.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES AND SKDHOUSCS.
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
P. S.—II your local merchant! do eel
1.ni'lli. my -.'flu, nml direct. We prepay fifty parkcli, aaaorted varittiei .1
garden tenls in Ave cent papiri {ttilai
itock) to vour nraroit poitofllce lor 11 ;
twenty packet* lor 50 rente, Trial {»!•
lection. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
BLOCK 33
DIST.  LOT   550549
Lots in this Block will shortly
be put on thc Market. For
Price List and Terms, apply to
S.GINTZBURGER
-LIMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
161 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
Bank of British North America
ESTABLISHED   1836
ONE ol the oldest banks doing business in
this counlry.
58 Brandies in Canada nnd llio United Slates.
A general banking business transacted.
HonCV Orders Issued payable anywhere   in
Canada, United States or Great Britain.
Drafts bought and sold.
Prompt attention given to collections,
Siiviims Hunk Drnnrtracnt*—Dcposiuofii.oo
and  upwards received.   Interest  paid  every
three months.
Office, Cor. lonsdnle Ave. nod Isplnnnde, \nrth V.mrouver, o. C.
II   r, ilnn11, Manager,
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Owinn to change ol the lerry tim. schedule lollowing will
obtain :
Fust Stri i i
Leavinu ',} mshtirj Avenue at 5:30 a,  in.. (1:3" a. 111.,  7.55
ami five iiiinui. s tu tin- hour until Kc.55 p. ni,
Leaving Keith Koad and Forbes Avenue at 6:00 a. m,,
7:110,   a.   in,,   8:15,   nml   .s   iiiiniit.'H   past   the   hour
imlil 1 l.aj p. in.
L11NSHAI 1   Avi m 1
Cars will run everj 20 miniil *.
All boats arc mot lij the 1 an
EVES & LAWSON
01 TIIE
llotcl North Vancouver,
..       "I     ■..;:■.
; /"' h m
f-HdBL^.
■
brand
Tourist
Resort
Up to-date
Rates:
fa. 00 pi r
Day
an,I up
Special
Rates lor
Families
and
tgcgular
Boarders
Terry Service I \or> Hall Hour to and from Ihis Holel
to Vuncouvcr. I'. I arson, Prop.
Rainier Beer^
Is 11 glorious bevorngi—quenching and
satisfying.   Rememlici ilnn'- 1 ther
"just o good"   insisl on gi lli 11 g Rainior,
PACIFIC  BOTTLING  WORKS
Vancouver, B. C,
The need of houses in this city
is daily becoming more evident.
Stores and offices are springing Up
alone; the main thoroughfares, but
the dwelling bouses seem to be
tailing in arrears to the demand.
A noticeable thing, however, is
that the offices are only one story
in height. The shortage in dwelling abodes that prevails in the city
points to tin.- advisability of owners
in the city putting living rooms
above these stores. There is no
doubt in the minds of any but that
they would have not the least
trouble in renting them.
Iu an interesting conversation
with bather Superior Peytavin,
who is in temporary charge of the
Indian mission, he spoke of the
work being done by himself and
the sisters. Tbey have a school
ol over fifty girls and boys, all
being carefully educated, well
dressed and the picture of health
and happiness. Mother Superior
Aimee has charge ol the school
and is assisted by eight sisters.
A concert was held Wednesday in
honor of Mother Superior, aud
on Thursday night special servici s
were held on her behalf, some 2(0
attending, Wednesday being her
birthday, A Sunday school lor
white children will be started in
Sunday at a p. IU. Services will
be held nt 8 a. 111. and 3 p, in. All
are cordially invited.
Knickcr—So you got a labor
saving shave? Hooker—Yes, tlu-
barbel had a  phonograph.
The annual picnic ol St. John's
Sunday school, North Vancouvei".
will be held at Lonsdale gardens
on Wednesday, Aujust 21st. The
teachers and scholars and thrlr
llien.Is will assemble on tl>c
grounds at 2 p. m.
You will hmi im go-without-1
lu. akfnst two nn als a*day advoc-|
ale in lhe harvest fields.
One of the novelties seen at
Ascot last week was a square parasol, (ringed at the edge willl silk
or liltle silver balls. The fashion
was imported from the Rivera,
where it was the vogue in the
early month of the month. Some
examples ol this now sunshade
iiii lil Ascotwere very artistic,
lhe panelsbe&lltiflllly embroidered,
ami the fringes charmingly con-
sirinted, with liny rosebuds in
tlinii or minute dates dangling
from their stalks.
Found A tame magpie, Owner
can bave saim by applying to W.
I.. Keene, Fifteenth street
Pa rURI I'm horses and cattle
;il Seymour Creek, fenced and
plenty ol fresh water. Apply to
Chief Jim Harry, Seymour Creek.
Found.* Championship medal.
Apply to  I. McDonough,  First
Ml.". I
Wanted A lady to represenl
one ol the oldest houses in the
United States and Canada. Call
at room 2, Thompson block, Lonsdale avenue,
Pound—Two hunting dogs on
Sunday, Owner can have same
by paying expense of advertising,
Call at this office.
Lost—A gold charm in the shape
nf a Maltese cross, with three
links engraved on one side. Finder
will phase leave at this office.
NORTH    VANCOUVER
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
\
Have a number ul inquiries tor close in Business Lots,
especially on the Cspltinnik*, lirst and Second Streets;
more especially west ol Lonsdale Avenue.
N. B.— To Owners : It would be greatly to your advantage
to list with us exclusively any property you mny wish to
dispose of in the above described location at once.
PIIONI 6
P.O.BOX 43
EVES & LAWSON
lllll'll'SOS BLOCK *
IIIN-lllll   AVtNUt,
ll.'t.M'.'.i IsplAinidi* and Mrs! St.
NOR 111 VANCOUVER, ll. C,
Reopened
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS
PATRONIZE
UNION
BARBER
G. SI. Hadley, Prop.
FAIRBANKS MORSE
GASOLI NE M A.RINE ENGINES
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE, OR
CALL AT OUR WAREHOUSE AND SEE ENGINES
THE CANADIAN FAIRBANKS CO.
 LID —
MONTRKA.I. TORONTO WINN1PK0
VANCOUVER,   10]   WATER  STREET
FOR BEAUTIFUL,,
Residence Lots
FRONTING ON
"OTTAWA GARDENS"
APPLY TO-
543 Pender Street, Vancouver, B. C.
SUNLIGHT  SOAP
5 FOR 25 CENTS
Prices Via* ay*, Rl-jhl
J. X. McMILLAN, Grocer
LEARN 10 SHOOT
Sport lor young and old.
New rillcs; latest electric
targets
puller's Gallery, L0n.Fd°.?i°Iv.nu.
Mabelle Wllliscroft
PIANO TEACHER
Siircinl nttoiili'.n given  to  liiiKorini*,
nmi tone production.
Studio: Baoontl cottage, Bgtttli Seventeenth, Lomdile Kent*
PROGRAM
1, Investments in Real Estote lo be profitable
sliould include some of North Vancouver's
best lots and acreage.
2. A Norlh Vancouver firm
ver investors.
for North Vancou-
3. Buy at headquarters of tho oldest incorporated
Real Estate Co, with chief place of
business in North Vancouver.
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO. Ltd.
Corner Lonsdale Ave. and Fifth St.
TRI.* 15
NORTH VANCOUVER
Auctioneers
Accountants,    Auditors   General
Commission Brokers
Rent Islalc Vienl*
IIIIIIliSUlRillJI.
Ti-i.ni'iiosK 11 L'102
W. NICIIOLSONLAILEY
ARCIII1ICT
Temporary OHlcc  F. C'ldnoy'i
I'liini Shop, Esplanade,
North   VANCOUVER,   Li.   C.
PiHTier-Seipnl JjntK'n Vales
carriage Guilder      general smith
Horse sHoeiNo a, specialty
I'lltlKNT CASKS APPLY
sisili s;r,'i-i P.'iulrr Street
Nnrlh Vuncuuver      Vnnoi'iivor, H. C.
It. II. Tails-, Mgr.
sill Sired,  NORTH   VAXCOUVER
THE   SOCIAL
I •! I* I (II i| I S I   0 I I I C I
'I'HONE Wil
Colleiilnn*. ll.i mi IIi-iimhim-i.'.
All Klll.lanl ll. l|. Sai|a|.|.„| m| Short Sulla**!
II. ((llllllll
onicoa '.'ii r.Kvi-ii st.
VAXi a.I VKII, II. 0,
1 in..
If you tire going lo III II I)
or do any AL1ERATI0NS
commit im iiiiiI «-e will
gnvo you MONEY.
Plans, Lie,   prepared   lor   nny
style house.  Estimate* furnished
MULDERS     6th St., West
A. H. MACPHERSON
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
NORTH   VANCOUVER, ■ • •  II. C.
Ollii-i'  Stllng   llinl  i-tuir liuil.litig a
»|niniiilly*
oniCo—Corner l-onedale nml waiter-
(mnl.   Tel. 3,
J. \V. BALMAIN
CIVIL   BNCHN8BH
AND ARCHITECT
I'lnnn, Quanllllea, Levels
Superintendence ol Construction
•ni-RTii Btrbut, Corhib Lomdaij Ave,
NORTH VANCOUVER.
When you want
a job of Painting
or Paper Hanging
or Kalsotnining
done.   See
Hardy & Stoney
Sixth Stkkkt
NOKTIl   VANCOUVER.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Tnnnt Marks
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