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VOLUME V.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27.
NUMBER 6
A*, published reports of tin- resolution
nilnpted by tin' Nortli Vancouver ,11m-
trlct I'onui'il respecting Hie urbiiijiti.ni
piopikicil between tlie city un.l dlstricl
councils, were Imported ami liable in
be misunderstood, Ihe test of tlie resolution is given lieicwitli:
"itesolvcii, in answer io tlie letter
from llie city council regarding our request for arbitration:—
"11—Al wc cuiiii..! agree that llie
clause lu tlic agreement referred lo
beurs uuy reference la llie ferry rem il
must be uiuuifest tlmt arbitration Is tbe
only way to solve so distinct a differ*
erne nf opinion between Ibe councils,
uud:
"I'll Wc certainly understood from
the city council's letter of lijih nil. thai
they claimed a righl In maiuluiii llieir
teieplioue pules ami line where tbey uow
ure by virtue of the Water L'hlllsos Acl
uml llu'ir own Incorporation act. if
such a right Is claimed ami If it , us
lieen acquired to any extent, ll is ahso-
lutely Decennary t" have It clearly tie-
fined ami an arbitrator could .lu so in
settling the difference, If no such righl
is claimed it is ei|iially uccessnry (but
the privilege now being oserclsed be Ibe
subject uf nn ngreenieiil between tbe
councils, This council ban no desire in
hamper or prejudice the city In any way.
but it Is their duty to protect ihe Interests "f lio* dislriel in tbc fullest extent nml a final settlement now of Ibn
mad question uu a satisfactory basis
may prevent future trouble.
'I'liiiImt remilved tlmt lhe matter ol
adjusting n minute of reference ami se-
Icctlng an arbitrator lie referred in the
ebilil'llinll uf the flllilliee cnlnlllitlee ntnl
tbe clerk with power In acl, nml il nu
iigi'ociufiu regiiriling lhc road is found
possible lml bey Ittxriici the solicitor
lo prepare un agreement in be reported
lo tho council."
Tbe firm pan bu- reference In the
lerry rout of -""sl lino In months nfler
llie city wns Incorporate*! nml for tb
year preceding. Tbe clause in Ihe nc!
the city relies on in ckiiiniiig-'ilic (flinle
i.f llinl rem is ns follows:
"In respect of tlie revenue from lhe
area which -hall farm the dislriel .muni*
cipulity fi-oni l-i .Iniuuiry, Usui to dutc
of Incorporation, ii is hereby agreed that
the city will pay to the district municipality the sum ot -_'iani ni* tiie |,.„
portion tlicreol uiicxpcu.li-il in the ill
torosl nml for the benefit of Unit urea."
The second pari has reference in ihe
Lynn Volley rond and telephone poles
erected ou it. The water main bus been
Iniil along ihe middle nf the uu font
Mud reserve. A plunk roii.l has been
limit ou one side of die pipe line nml
the telephone P"h's have heon crccl-'d
iu the ditch ou one side ami within two
feet ot lhe plunk load ami 111 feet out
fr.ni the side of die miiil reserve. A
number of Ihese polci were so located hi
the council of ibe undivided district
whose member- uow form die majority
of the clly council.
Real Estate Active.
Contrary in any feeling of depression
Ihal is felt in eastern cities, Nortli Vancouver real esinle continues I" I"' lu
lenity demand, W. it. Poster and C.
Brewer, prominent contractors from
Winnipeg, purchased three bus on I.mis-
alnlc avenue mnl will commence the
erection of dwelling houses on each of
the lots at once, The ileal was pul
through by Martinson & Co, Only ro-
conlly lhc stunc firm snbl n bouse and
hu to another prominent Wtnulpeger,
U, II. McColl, win. hu- taken up Ids
permanent abode hero. These buyers
all lookcil over Vuncuuver, Victoria and
New Westminster helare coming to North
Vancouver, where it look Ihem a mailer of n few hours in decide.
Athletic Club.
Tli* North Vancouver Athletio club is
molting extensive plans   for   » grand
imoker hi take place in I.urson's pavilion on the 9th ot Octobers An excellent
program ts Wing arranged) (Met among
which Ifl » kangaroo courts Bongs and
instrumental numbers will also be feature* of the entertainments
An exhibition wrestling match will
ul in he pulled off between Champion R.
Renshnw and A. While, also nf the club.
The usual supply ot tobacco will be at
the disposal ot all.
The smokers held here before h\\ the
club have been most successful in tfYCiy
particular and the management are now
endeavoring to make (Ili'I one cap nil
previous one**. It will nb-g act af a reopening ot the gymnasium nnd reading
room in the hull, which have been in
disuse during the summer months*
Liberal Convention.
I. 0. G. T.
The lionil Templars mel on Monday
in-!.i Iii Si. Andrew's I'resbyterlau
ibiiieii ninl a giimi attendance «» pre
sent, Wm. Hull, Ohlel i'eiii|ilar, occu-
liied Ihe ibn ir.
The program f..r ihe evening km i
hnve been sacred, ns il.'ini-.cil on tli
ci.iiI*.i pamphlets, hm (he ordinary
business luiii accumulated <<> mich un
extent, that no eutertilninent was had,
the busluess mitten occupying ihe whole
evening. One member Wis Initiated, n
Mr. Ilrowu Iruui Vnneoiiver, who Is an
Intending resident in thi** ciiy. (Several
member) Irom No. 10 l-odge Vancouver
were nlso present.
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North Vancouver has in the last few
yearn undergone such rapid changes In
the conditions that but ii short while
ugo excited on thc north Bhore of thu
Inlet, Ihnt the tourist visitor is struck
with amassment, especially if hu lias
made u visit previous to ils transforina*
ton. The logging road*, and trails there
are now well graded streets with many
miles of electric street cur lines.
The manufacture of the Indian "dug*
out" hue now given place to lurge ship*
yards uud lioat building establishments,
und the bachelors' li.il.e shack to fine
urge dwellings occupied by large families of thrify people.
Even the famous Grouse mountain i»
transforming Itself into the now popular named North Vancouver Heights.
This new name for one of the most
beautiful mountain resorts is received
with unanimous approval, and the Tourists association In the issue of their next
guide will icier to the beauties of Hie
North Vancouver Heights.
Record Sunday Crowd.
A record crowd visited ibe Ambitious
City Inst Sunday, Tbe ferry company
believe Hint it Wns tho largest this season. From Hie ferry wharf ut lhc toot
of Lonsdale avenue the crowds and
vehicles dispersed in all directions but
tbc   majority   sought   the   Capilano
creek and iiinn.     It is stilted Hint ut
one time during tin- afternoon ns many
ua thirty corriagoa uud lolly-boa were
ill the l.liipiliiiiu hotel, besides liorscbuck
riders nml pcilcstrinns.
Nortli Vancouver   Liberal association
wns well represented   ni  the   general
meeting uf the committee! from ihe sev
eral districts iu the Richmond   riding
held iu fender hall mi Kitiirdey   Inst.
The meeting was called foi the pari	
nf electing len delegates irmn die riding
to nlli'ii.I lhe proviniciil I.il.i-r.il convention convened by header Macdonald.
dipt. \V. I'\ Dtunri wn* chairman
Several matters nl business pertaining
in the election of offleen nnd lhe lines
advisable iii follow were Introduced ami
discussed, The election of delegates was
gone through in u vciy smooth mnl ml-
Islactory manner,
li nu- derided to limn ilu* number
irom lhe clly nf Norlli Vancouver In
iw.i nmi Huts allow the Hqnatnlsh to he
represented, Tin* appointed from Sorth
Vancouver rltj were A, Bmllh and I), 0,
Dick. North Viiiir.niver district. A.
I'hilip. Itichiniiiiil, II. \V. liiirrtiti mnl
A. ll. I Mm.n. Smith Vancouver, .1. II
Johnson, w. It. Weils Burnaby, Tho.
Ma.vnc mnl A. ('. I'..id. Hqnatnlsb, ,ln-
Mcilec Alternatives were appointed in
case any of the delegates were unable
tn :l I If ll.l.
A sngeeaiion WM iniide by A. I'hilip
ihni n epitirnl   committee   be fanned
whereby nut II era nf general Interest slut
Importance could be taken up by rcpre
tentative*, from   the several   illslrleli
mill furthermore ll ivns suggested thnl
these repicsi'iiliitlves be eiiitipnsi.il ..f lhe
presidents oi the different commltteei.
The luggnt|oD wns unanimously curried aud put Into effect.
School Board.
A full meeting of the school board of
tristtees wns held last evening ill llie
Clly lliiil. Chairman — H* Bteacy presiding. 'I'he holiness in Initial was scull*
prlvate, being in respeel lo the selecting
of school sites.  .Several properties ware
submitted nml the disruwdon on these
locations occupied the principal part "I
the evening's business.
Tbe present school, situated nt ihe
corner <>f Chesterfield mnl Third nud
Fourth streets, is aomtwhat mu of the
way for children living in lhe en«teru
portion of lhe city, besides its capacity
is now fuily taken up. On ihe first
ih" month n fourth room will be opened
to accommodate   the Increased atten*
lance uml the board aie considering up*
plications fm it teacher In the fonrtl
HvMon al lhe preseiu time.
Clearing; Bee.
A Voluntary    bee wns    In-hl liy the
members of St. John's church. The
work consisted In clearing around nml
in the vicinity o[ ibe church on Thir-
teenth street. There wns n good mm
out of winkers nml n cheerful lime ivas
spent.
,\( six o'clock the ladies of the church
fiiniiehctl n pletitioits repast on the
grounds nml the whole affair wns n
complete sui cess.
Church Notice
NORTH  VANCOUVER CATHOLIC
INDIAN  MISSION.
Sunday Services — Mass at 8
a. ni., Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.,
lieiiediction at 3 p, m.
Pastor: Kev. li. I'eytavin, 0.
M. I, V, S.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
SIXTH STREET.
Services will be conducted as
usual on Sunday by the pastor.
Sunday school, 2:30 p. 111.
Service at Moodyville school at
7:30 p. 111.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
8 o'clock.
All are welcoiue.
Pastor: Kev. J. D. Gillam, M.A.
METHODIST  CHURCH,   ORANOE HALL
Class meeting 10 a. ID.
S unday school and bible   class,
11 a. 111.
Evening service at 7:30 p. m.
Rev. 13. II. Balderston, B. A.,
pastor.
ST JOHN S THE EVANGELIST, SEVENTH
AND THIRTEENTH STREEtS.
Holy Communion, 8 a. m.
Morning prayer, 11 a. m.
Evening prayer, 7.30 p. 111.
On the grst Sunday in the month
there will be a second celebration
of the Holy Communion at li a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
BAPTIST CHURCH, ORANOE HAI.I,,
LONSDALE AVENUE.
Class meeting, 10 a. in,; morning service, 11 a. m.j Sunday
school, 12 to 12:45 P' m,l evening
sstvice, 7:30 p. ni.
Pastor: Rev. 13. 11. II. Balderston, B. A.
Injured.
While playing willl dynamite nips
111 Sntttrdiiy Inst tin- daughter of Mr.
Libby, ot Durham avenue, accidentally
iplodcd one in hot hiiinl, taking nway
purl of the hnnd nml fingers.   A flying
piece also struck   her   ill   the   check
causing a nasty wound.
Miss Annie Wilson, who has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. K. W. Tenipler,
of laon-dulc avenue, for the last three
months, returned to lier home in Vie-
tori.1 Mnndnv.
The old boiler nf tbo ancient Sir
Beaver has been brought to Nnrlh Van
CQUVCt and is on view on the beach in
front of tlu- Hotel Norlh Vancouver.
It is a gnat attraction io tourist
ubo I'Vitici' great interest in Ibis hit
uric ilrucluro.
Dates of Fall Fairs
A list ol the lairs to be held this
fall in llritisli Columbia has been
compiled in the oflice of the deputy
minister ol agriculture. The lairs
will be held at the lollowing places
on the dates mentioned :
Salmon Arm..Sept. 30 and Oct. 1
Maple Ridge September 26
New Westminster. .October 1 to 5
Richmond October 8 and 9
Saanich October iH and iy
The proposed new block, just
north ol the city hall, on Lonsdale avenue, will be completed on
Nov. loth by J. W. Home, Mr,
Con. Jones will locate- there an up
to-date billiard and pool rooms-
one English and six American
tables. Also there will be in Unbuilding a barber shop. Harry
Hudson, formerly purser ol the
North Vancouver Perry & Tower
Company, will bu the manager,
Success to the new venture.
Messrs. R. H. Bryce, P. Larson
and Leo Wilkie, of this city, attended the held meets at Ladner's
this week.
L, Reda, proprietor ol the
Palace Hotel, made a Hying visit
to Victoria this week, and attended
the fall lair.
John Gresham, Detroit, was a
visitor lo this city on Wednesday
He will leave for Eastern Canada
on Monday.
l
I Philip Stable —What was the
size ol the lish you caught ? Jack
St. John—Between a lie and a hike.
A. B, Lusby, Southampton, N.
S., was registered at Hotel North
Vancouver yesterday.
II. M. Ramsey and Sanlord
Smith paid the city a Hying visit
yesterday.
Mrs. John Campbell, Victoria,
ond her niece, Miss May McLean,
ol Vancouver, were visitors to this
city yesterday. Miss McLean will
leave shortly lor Berlin, Germany,
where she will study music for a
year.
Capt. Stevens reports everything serene at Moodyville.
The huge boiler ol the firs
steamer that sailed around the
Horn in 1835 —the Beaver—is
beached and on exhibition on the
waterlront opposite Hotel North
Vancouver.
Miss Annie Wilson, who has
been the guest of her sister, Mis.
p. W. Templar, of Lonsdale avenue, lor the last three months, returned to her home in Victoria on
Monday.
A New Firm
A new firm to North Vancouver,
Martinson & Co., have taken over
the business conducted as estrte
agents by Kennedy & Lyle, on
Lonsdale ovenue. Martinson St
Co. are well-known to the people
ol the northwest provinces and the
interior ol llritisli Columbia, having an ollice in the Okanagan
valley at Penticton, and being
represented at Winnipeg by one
of the firm, They are to be commended on the unique form of
advertising they are doing in
the shape ul printed matter
discriptive uf North Vancouver and the advantages enjoyed by this city in the water-
frontage we possess, etc., which
occupies one hall oi the front oi
their business envelope. They
are also issuing a nice little folder,
which contains interesting items of
interest to those looking lor a sale-
investment. An instance ol the
interest this city is attracting can
be shown where a family lately arrived Irom Winnipeg, alter looking
over Vancouver and New West
minster, with a view to obtaining
a homo site, purchased through
Martinson & Co., three lots on
Lonsdah- avenue, within two hours
alter arriving at North Vancouver.
ItKC'KNT VISITIIIIS AT I'AI'II.AMI
Mnri,.n s. Itsallngs, I.. I.. Creagh,
W. u. I'arker, V, a Uadlnian, .1. Wll«
linuis. Mrs, Cornish, Ilnn. W, W II
Mi Imu'- uini iiuiiii). Vancouver! Mrs,
r. s   (towards, Mnyorlle, .v Dakota;
.In...   W. Mel 1,   p. Campbell, II.
I.eli.b. it Minions, W. it. p. ri.iii.uit.
Carleton Clemonl, Vai ivers Chas W,
s,„n. 1'niiyi,-. Nask.i W. Italllngal, II.
c. Clarke ami «if... Mr. A. Williams and
.uf... Mr-. .1 T Carroll, II. D, llnrns,
11. I., s. Millie, ij. R, Harris  Mi-
Nellie llllllll, II. Slater nud wife, \V. .1.
Ili-k and Hlfe, Vl! nver; A. A. U'cbli.
Ilrl-I.il.  Km-.; M. .1 s, ('.  IV. Dirt.
Mr. ami Mi* Ii.iiu-ii. Vancouver; 1'.
II. Olds,   Rrlsml, Kngi   A. Wlilman,
llrlslnl, Rng.i A. .Iiiiiiilt. II. ii  a. I	
Vancouver;
The llev. nml Mi*. .1. D, (lilhiin returned Saturday Irani n in., weeks'
vneniii.ii I.. Harrison Hut Kprlngs, The
rscnperatlng virtues of the springs
proved mosl beneficial in them,    Mr.
Dill.IIII OCCUplcd  bi- plllpll  llnlll III..llllll,'
mul evening an Sumhty.
li  ll   I'.viiiis, ibe Norlli Vancouver
linker, bus joined tin* ranks of the Vim
couver linkers ami lhc price ol bread I
ii.aii inlviiiiint 111 tins city In lu I.lll-
11 Imif 1.1 In., h.r fifteen.
Mr. and Mrs. Kells, ol the Capilano Hotel, and party made a
1'imt) to Dry Mountain the other
day. Tliey reported a magnificent
observation, having seen Mount
Baker, Praser river and Lulu Island, as well as all points this side
ol these pieces.
The proprietor ol the Capilano
hotel will provide intending travel
lirs to the mountains with burrows
in the near future. H^
Aid. Jordan buhls lhe record so
lar for the largest turnip. ll
w.-ighs sixteen pounds.
Hon. W. W. l).  Mclnnis, ex-
governor ol the Yukon, and l.nitil-
ntlde a trip to the Capilano 011
Sunday. Ihey speak highly nl
the place.
Fred. Madison, ol the Vancouver waterworks, shot a huge cougei
Mr. George I.eith, a resident ol
this side ol the inlet lor a quarter
ol a century, has on exhibition at
Tm Express oflice ol vegetables
grown by him in Block 7, 1). I..
2088 (Lynn Valley). The exhibit
consists ol Kohl Ralii (a German
cabbage turnip 1, and (nur varieties
ol potatoes, live ol each, namely
Burbank seedlings, Gold Coin
Dakota reds ami Early Rose, Mt.
Leith is to In- congratulati I upon
ilm production of these fine
vegetables, ITiey speak volumes
lor lio- l.ynn Valley distrii t. 1 HI
EXPRI s* has always been Iniul in
it', piai'i s nl lhc valley, nnil takes
this opportunity ol again drawing
Cupid's Pranks
Two popular young people ol
this city became husband and wile
last Saturday. Thc contracting
parties were Mr. Pred. J. VV.
Coutts and Miss Mary Malvina
llartney. The former is the son
ol the late A. M. Coutts, ol Edinburgh, Scotland, and teller ol the
Bank ol Britisl\North America at
Vancouver. Miss llartney is the
daughter ol Mrs llartney, Vancouver, and niece to Capt. Stevens,
Moodyville. The couple made a
trip to Beilinghani, and it was
(here that the knot was tied by the
Rev. \V. H. Mock. Returning to
Nortli Vancouver they were met by
a host of friends at the Hotel
North Vancouver showered with
congratulations, including the
usual shower ol rice and a toss
ol the proverbial old slipper. A
luncheon was held, and Mr. R. II.
Bryce acted as toastmastcr. He
spoke on behalf of the guests, and
said that Mr. Coutts had been one
of the oldest and most popular
mie oi the house. He wished
the bride and bridegroom many
happy returns, amidst loud applause, alter which a very pleasant
evening was spent. Mr. and Mrs,
Coutts will nside al the corner of
Chesterfield avenue and Twenty*
second street.
R. Marpnli- and J. Brown, C. P.
R , and party come over on Tues
day afternoon.    Alt'-r spending a
..    , , ,, 1 ,   I pear the Capilano intake nu  Man
lew  happy  hours all returned to) ■
Vancouver,   delighted   with   the
(inting.
IMI'llllVllMI'.NTS Tll WHARF,
An  Improvement "ti the entrance   to
ihe Western Corporation tharf i- iiein'
made.   Contractor McLennan  ll filling
in from the excavation he i« making in
ihe Home property, corner Is.iimI.iIi. nnd
the Esplanade, and hu- noi, a g.sal load
iiinde immediately es»i  ol  Hie  ferry
wlinrf, connecting l-nm-dule nveiine with
the company's wharf.
J. Sni.illiii.iii, Portland, and F.
Weils, St. Paul, made a flying
trip to this city on Tuesday, Mr
Smallman visited Moodyville 20
years ago and was the guest ol
Capt. Power, who then was the
proprietor ol the hotel now owned
by Chas. Mee. He is thinking ol
making North Vancouver his
home.
Boost our business housii.
day.
About 5011 people passed over
the suspension bridge al the Capi
lano canyon on Sunday.
Things wen* very much alive al
Capilano on Sunday last There
arrived at the hotel 35 carriages,
three tallyhos and a do/en saddle
horeet, besides a great number ol
pedestrians. Mine Host Kells
gave Ihe greatest satisfaction to
his guests, who all were delighted
with the day's outing.
Subscribe lor THE EXPRESS,
tin  agricultural and
possibilitii 1 ol that
attention tn
horticultural   ^^^^^^^^^^
dislin 1.
Inui largi  II linbow trout were
caught the othei day In low the nld
dam,  opposite   Capilano   bote
weighing respectively eight, seven,
live and loin pounds.
I! 1 the cit) and district
Thf. Expri SS office is proud 10
announce ihni in the absence ol
lhe annual horticultural show litis
year, though no fault ol the direc
tors, local exhibitions ol fine fruit
and vegetables are made in ill
windows by our residents and
patrons.
A man Irom London, Lug., unknown to Till ExPRI --, is looking
loi a location lor an hotel.
Ambition Lodge No. 73
Basket ociil.
Election ol officers,
Reports  and  installs-
The lollowing programme lor
lhe next two months has heen
prepared by Ambition Lodge No.
73, Good Templars. All ire
cordially invited to ltd nd
Sept. 10  Open meeting
Oct. 7- c. T. Responsible,
1 ii 1. 11 Ladies nail-driving
contest.
Oct. 21
Oct, J8
Nov. I     	
lion
Nov. 11 P. C. T. supplies pro*'
gramme,
Oct. iH   Heart social.
Oct. i$—Sunset Lodge No. (19
to provide,
Motto: "Onward an.l Upward."
Mrs J J (iodliey was a guest
at Hotel North Vancouver on Wed*
neiday. She will leave shortly lor
England. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
North Vancouver
13. C.
Published by
A Weakly Newspaper,
The ExperssPk.ht.no Compaq
Subscription, (1.00
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lio*- Call Lined, Doubli
Sole, Goodyear Welted
A IHINY DAY BOOT
Vevtir Calf, Gun Metal Calf, oi
Fine Dongolu, single or doubh
slip sole,. All Goodyear Well
Ni u Diav i Boots,
PROPERTY
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PYKE'S SHOE STORE
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M        President.
A, G, McCANDLES,
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Scc.-Treas.
METHODIST '''
IM'KIIT
enlerlainmeiil
']I,iii*'l'i.v   evening
1'1,M,,1„,,,,eli,'lalnv,',yfo,',e-4n!
i„   tlie  alhi''"'  lm"    '
I'l,,,    luili    —>
*, ,;„  «■  »"" I*'
,     ,     Mrs, Terrs'herry's singing >'
eclved nuieh apidause and the i'^.">«
ot Mrs. Hall and Mi* H"*"*?
nlso modi al-pree! I.     •'"' «'    !
„ -,,,. 1  *■-  V^~ N""  ""
ehestra  n Vaneoiiver, gave aide ns-
tit.iini'.
„Wress was the feature
tnili ivldle at all
In  SIlHirells if
■ ,      felling.   11'- '
had witty strains at times
,1; ,1 111" »«■■,h" b,,i,s("11;:
tion HM, 1 I to he In am
of erecting 1 '- .' ' "' "l"r''-' ' '
'!,,. nubseriiHlons amounted to ovei Iff'
linndred dollars. An Inlermteslon In the
program ennhled tin Ladies' Aid t«
serve coflec nml ■   ■ ■■■
PATRONIZE
BOARD OF TRADE
BARBER Slit)P
wmm ■ 1     -■       ■ "    "'
ImMe Avenue,
near corner of Eint sl Kl
BATHS
CIGARS and TOBACCOS
BIRT CAMPBELL
Prop.
G, I, JORGENSEN
(i.ii Intjlnf-ftf snd it <   l I lur-wor
".    , ;   ■
I    H •
v
IU lii      1        .'. VANt'O I
J. W. HALMAIN
civil,   i:\1.1si' 1 1
AM' AHCHITEI  1
Plans, I'uantitl     11
rluperlnleiidei 0 of I  nsti   I
l-'iil'lllll BlKSBT, '   '.n.i.'"
NOKTIl   VASCOI VKII,
W. NICHOISON-IAIIIY
WCHITECT
Teiii|i'iriiry Oflice   i Clld 1
Faint Shop, Ksplnnade,
Nniiiii Vancouver, H, C,
THE   SOCIAL
111 p 1 01»1 n t 0 r 11 ( r
TIIIINK2MI
coiiectiona. Horn** Renting, etc,
All Kinds Ol Help eu|iplk''l 011 "lion Nolle*
11. Wait-Hi
office* 20 Powell St.
VANOOUVER, It. C.   I
I '■•■' I _4}SA.
\Wmt 1
wsiiA-vsSirfikl
When
Furnish-
1
one always likes selecting
t' from vast stoi ks. Irom a store
that has a reputation lor Rood
Furniture ami Fair Prices.   We
have and we try to live up to it.
No matter whether you require an odd piece or the Furniture ami Carpets for your entire home, we can serve ynu
ami save you money, Our entire bnilding, with ils lour
great lloors, is crowded to over-flowing with all that is newest and host in Furniture ami Carpets.
Vou an as welcome lo look as to buy. Prop in the next
time you are over,
Standard Furniture Co., Ltd.
107 to 513 Hustings St. W„ Vancouver, B. C.
'Phone KiO.
f. W. TEMPLCR 6 CO.
GROCERS
PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT
THE STORE OF QUALITY
Comer  filb   SI*   and  Lonsdale  Ave.
TELEPHONE -o
A RARE CHANCE
Have you heen lo our Big Houselurnisliing Sale yet?
If not, you should not delay, This is positively the
largii t
September
Furniture Sale
evei ||i III ill llr  1 it*       \\ .  iiniii 1 imi' i.li't.iMv n
■ 1 ' '  i 1   , ■' 1             1    maki
1.0111 loi   ■ . 1       ■ youi opportunity  nl
ilit* a I .         I lictlet  good   loi  It
I  We hope you will 1 all on us
and let us have llu   ph a ure ol showing you lhc
.       .       .      I s 11, ■ lerylhing throughout the
iion
IHL IHII M IIIIMSIII KS
D. A. SMITH, Ltd.
I Ill-all'  l|l".\\llll   AND 111   -'-►It ll-  Mill I IS
V A N C 01VI R, II. (.
with us Riu
QUICK SALE
A. SMITH & CO.
JUNCTION   BLOCK
NORIH VANCOIIVLR.
ELDER,  MURRAY CO.
Vancouver Address:
•131) Kit Ii.imIs St.
T 'Plione 3221
WEEKLY LIST
Mi'llk lai.laiiai Oct. Sill.
Norlh Vnm nuii-r:
Junction Block
'Phone 37
NOTICE.
1
ViiTU'l-: is UEHEHY GIVEN THAT
*■' within lliirly ilnvs it'tho parly ur
parties Imliliun nu nuri'iini'iii u( stile
nl tlie ensl hull ..I Inl 5 uii'l till)
wral hull nl lut ll, bl..il, 73, nib-dlvislon
.MS, Nurth Vancouver, ilues unt comply
with ilu- provisions thoreol contained
therein, 1 Imt the said agreement will In
cancelled ml become null mnl void.
IV, A.GIBSON,
Nurlli Vancouver, August 28, 1007.
Public Notice.
YiiTKT. is 1IEREUY GIVEN lhat
1' tm application will In- made by thu
undersigned lielora the next regular
silting "l the Hoard ..1 Licoualng Com*
iiilBsiouers nl lhe City ol Nurlh Vancouver for a Inillle license under
section 175, of tho "Municipal Clauses
Act" and "Amending Acta," fur ll.e
premises situate on Lnnsdulu avenue,
,.11 l.nt 12, Block 16(1, Hislriel Ut 274,
in the said Clly «l Nnrlh Vancouver,
Dated this Dili day ol August, 11)07.
JOHN IIENSON.
H\bb >!  A. IMH1NI I!
Hxpurioncod music leacher, grndnatool
Conservatory ol Music, Paris, Franco,
vill givo leSsolIB ever" Siilui.lay alter
ii.iuii at Nurlli Vancouver.  Htuilfo, Mrs.
indoraoii's, Tldrteentli street, corner
I'livatcrRolu nvonuo, next tn Church 0!
i'lngland,   For particulars apply
Miss M A. DOI1NER,
Vancouver, It. t'.
Uonoral llolivory,
NOIflll VANCOUVtR
Price ('null Dcsi'rlptliin
JS7W      I     (IMKI      I   Fivi'-roiim liiiuse on Olii'smrllelal iivttuic, 1211x110.   Tills In
nno nl llio iirullic'l liuuse- in llio city, IliiluueO ever two
I I        yoiim.
MHi **3 TwiiriiiiiiiOiilliiitii nn 70lnol let, nn Tlilrli'Clllll Hired, c'o»
in Loiimilalo nvpiuii..  An iilenl site,
"'aim    I Kiiiy-imii lot 011 First street, with iwo bourn, Rental lis
I j't-r month,
ni" IM     I   a domed lm on Tiilni "trcot   This price tortqulok ««le.
2400 | laaai | I'il'-lKlri'.'l.Si'iit liliiiaki'ii-lnl Laiiisiliiti. tivuiiin'.
IBO «;, | aCj noro Block, I.yna Valloy rood,
COO | mm | eioiii'i'.l a|inirii'r ni'i.'nu etii'sii'riii'lil avdino.
ITa'i i IHO | Ni'iir |..'u|.,iM'al Nurrntu I'inli-.'.   Siey u-rina.
LONSBAI (   I S I A11, D. I. 26S
Wl'. HAVE Sll l.l, A FEW GOOD LOTS IN THIS BLOCK
LOTS  IIM IM   $'.T5t   CASH,  sma
NOUTII VANCOUVER FERRY &' POWER CO., LTD.
Summer Time Table, uj.iy
Drink
Thorpe's
Drinks
A. A. CROWSTON
GENERAL   BROKER.
atlo NOTARY PUBIIC
Insurance'   In all its Branches.
Mining:   Plscor end Hydraulic.
TiMurn    HtrdWOOd, Cedar and Fir.
Manager ron ihe Commercial
Protective agencv.
Office : First St., E, of Lonsdale Ave,
SMOKK
fERMINUS CIGAR
CLEAR HAVANA FILLED
JAS. GRAIUME & CO.
I'AINTI I ■  i-.i'   l',M'l rhanoers
Mi im Dkcokaiors
(jl.MMI-       Gl.AZIBK"       Sll .NS
LONSDALE   AVENUE,
Uii-  ijiii Sim i i
Main Iir Williscroft
PIANO TEACHER
S|.i'i'inl iiiii'iiiii'ii itii.ii tu Qugor
iiiiiI luno i i..a]inii"ii.
Slllalia. S,'1,111,1   COttll    ",    *"."lUl    fi
i'lll llll.   I.aall'.l.lla'   |',||a,|.
LEAVING VANCOUVER
LEAVING  NOKTIl VANCOU
CITY
VER
CITV;
STEAMER
STEAMER
STEAMER
STEAMER
ST. OEOROE
N
.  VANCOUVER,
SI'.  OEOROE,
N. VANCOUVER,
•II.IHI A. It
»0.20A.M.
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•7.20   "
S.IHI    "
8.20   "
S.4U   "
11.00    "
11,30  "
11.45 A.M.
11.45    "
10.15 A.M.
10.16  "
10.45   "
10.46  "
11.16    "
11.16  "
11,46  "
11.46  "
12.16 P. M.
12.16 P. SI
12,46 P.M.
12.46 P. M.
1.15    "
1,16  "
1,46  "
1.46  "
2.16   "
2,16  "
2.45   "
2.46  "
3.15    "
3.16  "
3.46  "
3.45   "
4.15    "
4.16  "
l.-IS   "
•1.15   "
6.15   '
6.15   "
5.45   "
6.46   "
(1.16    "
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10.46 "
•11.30  "
•11.46 "
* Not on
Sundav.
LOTS
70 X 240
$300
Close to saw mill anil plank road ;
ten minutes from car; only $300.
Also a few i .i acres lor $200 i
terms, io / down, $io per month.
House to let, d rooms, all conveniences ; splendid view. Also
one for sale; $300 cash and i?20
per month.
mi-
li 1
Auctioneer.*
Accountants,   Auditors   Ger
Commission brokers
R<dl Isliilr Atirnls
•ral
Tr.i.iiriiiisi; 11 2102
II you arc (|(>inq tu lllll I)
or do any Al tLKAllONS
commit ur un.l «>. mil
Bavo you MONICY,
I'l,iu*., lit.,   prepared  for nny
sii li* houso, Estimates furnished
BUILDERS    (>tliSt.,West
Twoaperfcctly cleared lots on Lonsdale Avenue
$900 each
WESTERN  CORPORATION,  LTD.
Capilano Hotel
CAPILANO   DAM
Everything new and modern, affording all tlic
luxuries of a metropolitan hostlery. Elevation 500
leet above sea level. Ideally situated lor people
wishing an exhiliarating climate, beautilul mountain
scenery and climbing, and good fishing and shooting.
A few hours Irom the summit of Mount Crown and
the Lions.
Tally-ho meets car connecting with 9:15 ferry,
at Bewicke avenue, returning between 6 and 7 p.m.,
calling at the two canyons and the suspension bridge,
allowing time Ior inspection.
RATES!   $2.50 to g3*-oo Per Day
SPECIAL   HA-ritM   TO   KAMI l.l KB   AND    HBUULAH
BOARDERS
DICKSON W. KELLS, Prop.
TELEPHONE n..|J, NORTH VANOOUVER.
LARGE,
Residence Lots
CLEARED AM' ON HIGH GROUND, IN
NEIGHBORHEOD OF
THE GRAND BOULEVARD
AT $500 AND $000 EACH,
01R BUTTER BARGAIN IS STILL ON
in nt sn ram
j. A. M'MILLAN, GROCER TIIE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
A Hi-noi'iil meeting ot the city council
■vns lidil in (lu- City Hull mt Thursday
oroulng. The mnyor tiresliled ond tilt
llu' nldortnen wore present.
A. P, lli'iish-y wroto in rotcrenco to
lhe clinilge nl the grodo ol lhe Miilwitll;
Iii trout ot liis block on Lonsilnlo avoniio
which i« occupied by P, Burns at Co.'a
butclier simp. Hi* hnsoii his cnmplnlnl
nu ii lottcr Inun liis ii'iiniiis, I'. Burns
Ik Co., who wrote him stating the grade
a-: now iiii.I wns detrimental to thoir
business ntnl iliiugorotis to their customers, Mr, l.i'iisli-)' nlsn reiiuirkcil tlmt 1
whon ho hulli in 1005, llio colilicll gnv
imu iho grade hi open meeting nml lio
considered it very niiroosonnble to
change the grndo of tin- sldownllt when-
mv it building ivns erected ou u street.
The matter wns I.i hi over to 11 Itlttiro
meeting, A. Philip, C.M.C,, wroto nc-
knotvlodgliig iho city's desire to not
nlntio in t-iitiin-oii.iti with trying to obtain ii better fori)' service, Another
letter wus read Irom the district council euclostug nu arbitration resolution
pasted hy Uio district respecting (lie
dlllcrcncM existing botweeu the iwn
hnilii's over iho ferry rent nml telephone
Iini' uu iho l.ynn creek valley rond. 'Iho
resolution wns In l.l nn llio table for u
ivook. Nnrlh Vancouver Land nml Improvement Company wrote formally
turning nver iho shelters, tonntnlns,
seats, rings nml staffs, ele., no the Ottnwn ((unions to (he oily.   They stated
tlmt hereafter the care nf tho gardens
Should he in lhe hands of the oily pniin-
oil. Tin- city engineer wrote in connection wiili detective septic tanks nlready
Installed nml In course nf Installation,
The Idler wns referred In the henltli
committee.
A petition from owners between Lntis-
diile mill Si. George streets mi iho Es-
planade, requesting the re-laying nf the
shleiiiilh nlong Mint street, wim referred
In llie linni'il uf works,
Tin' plnii nf subdivision nf Ims I ami
2. block 112, D, 1,. 648 was submitted
nnd accepted.
Mo Kirkland agnln came belore iho
council in connection with some damage
he li.nl sustained through the It. C, Corporation blasting operations, ou his
lii*-ii appearance, about two weeks nitn,
llio mntler was referred to the fiiiaiioi*
committee wlm reported Hint the city
solicitor hmi advised that Mr. Kirkland
had grounds for a civil action, Inti Hint
il was nl no concern In lhe ciiy.    Mi.
Kirkland argued thai the city should
net In liis holinlt ns Ihey hnd issued n
blasting permit to tho B. C. Corporation nnd received n deposit ns u guar-
nnti'o against nny claims fur damage
Hint the company might he liable for,
After some discussion it wns referred
to committee
Aid, Emery made a motion that the
school liusleeB bc asked to select a
school site wilh n view to purchase nnd
to make application to the council to
Kiilimit « bylaw for tho approval of tho
rule payors. This decision of the council wns arrived nt after n private Interview with the full hoard of school tnts-
loes and n long discussion in open coun
Changed Hands.
What i- believed tu ho Iho largest
transfer of property yet made in Xorlh
Vancouver look place Thursday nfter-
iinnii wlii'ii tho proporty on tbe northwest corner nl Lonsdale avenue nml ilu-
Unpin le, now being necuplod l.y ile-
Millnii's Btoro nml iln1 K\|nvss Printing
Co, nml which was recently ncqntrcd
liy C, ,1. I'liitin nf Viiiicniiver, was snld.
The purchaser Is J. A. McMillan, and
Un- price $211,01)1),   Mr, McMillan Is llie
pioneer grocer of ihis city and Inn*	
cnpleil llinl comer since it was erected,
He anticipates remodeling the whole of
Hie ground lloor nml will occupy llu.
sn in.* himself with ilu- grocery store.
This ileal put nu eud to the hotel
proposition Hint wns so strongly opposed by many nf tho cttlxens and which
wns responsible for several pelttlous being circulated to present to the license
board in order lo prcvoul u license being granted for ihis location,
In ciinnecllnii wilh lliis snlo, Mr. Mc-
Mlllnii sold Ids hit nn Hm Bspliinndo
just ensl nf Lonsdale avenue for ?3000
thus milking in nil a $211,000 deal.
DCm
Rolled Oa I s
riour
Hai) and Feed
Seed*
ALL ORDERS
DELIVERED
The 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.
■ M
Hob Claig returned (rom the
Yukon yesterday and is stopping
at lhe Hotel Nortli Vancouver. I
| He bas been up in that country!
for ten years, and has some fine
gold nuggets with him. He will
leave for Spokane in a few days.
Madame Olimpe Pilon, of Detroit, Mich., mother of Mrs.
Grosse, of Chesterfield avenue,
this city, will arrive in a lew days
on a prolonged visit.
rpENDERS AUK INVITED I'lll! Till',
work of Clearing nnd Grubbing
Centre Rond, Seventeenth street, nortli
to Lynn Valloy Road. Conform to specification, copies nf which can bc luul nt
tho District Municipal ollico, Hiplanade,
wboru sealed tenders must bo lodged bo-
(ore8o'clock on the Ith October next.
AI.KX. I'IIII.II',
C. M, C.
TENDERS
Mining is adtivc hereabouts,
several prospectors having returned from lhe mountains.
ITENDERS WANTED FOR SLASH*
ING at North Vancouver.
for specifications and particulars apply to
ROBERT WARD & CO.,
Cur. Hastings mul Homer Sts.,
Vancouver, B. C.
NORTH   VANCOUVER
2*3
STILL  THE  BEST  BIY
We hnve 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
East) Term*
I'm- Prices and Maps, apply
I
L,   VI   VU
IE ID
1
440   SEYMOUR    STREET
tt. Kl'.HIt IKH'I.OATK, MANAGER
Kingsford Smith £> CO.
and W* H# Ramsay
Auctioneers, Accountant* and Real Estate Agents
860 GRANVILLE STREET, VANCOUVER, B. C.
Have received instructions to sell the following
CHOICE NORTH VANCOUVER PROPERTIES
Lots 1,2,3, 'I, 9, 10, 11, 12, i:i, 14, 19, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 69 and 30—block
33 B of Lot 550.
Lots 1-1 and 15 in Block 110 nf Lot 518, Ottawa Gardens.
Lot 0 in Block 112 A, Lot 548,
Lot 8 in Block 120, Lot 271.
Lot 1!) in Block 127, Lot 27-1.
Lots il, 10 and 11 in Block 15, 2026, Fronting on Lonsdale Avenue.
Lots 1, 2, 3 I, 5, li, 7 and 8 in Block 15, Lol 2020, close to Lonsdale avenue.
Tbe foregoing must be sold at once, and in order to effect a speedy sale tbe
brices have been fixed at about
20 PER CENT. BELOW THEIR PRESENT VALUES
Don't neglect this oppottuniiy to secure some of this property.
The Cash Payment* are Small and the Term* Easy
Full Particulars from the above, or
I
1
•   ninii
ii wn THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
BLOCK U
mmmMmmi^am—u—me——amtW———t
DIST.   LOT   550549
Lots in this Block will shortly
be put on the Market. For
Price List and Tonus, apply to
S.GINTZBURGER
•LIMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
Mil Cordova Slrcel. Vancouver, B. C.
1836      THE BANK OF       IW
0
ESTABLISHED   1836
NE oi llir iiMa-1 banks doing business in
tbis country,
;iii Branches in Cimailii mnl llir United Slates.
A general banking business transacted,
MlHH'l Orders IsMH'll  payable   anywhere   in
Canada, United States ur Great Britain,
Drafts boucjit and sold.
Prompt attention given to collections.
Savings Haul. Department.—Deposits oiji.oo
and  upwards  received,   Interest  paid  every
three months.
Office, Cor. lonsd.ile -.ve. anil Esplanade, Wth V.inroiivcr, B. C,
II.  K.  Iiuiiii. Manager.
British Columbia Electric: Railway Co., Ltd.
Cars I'..', tin Ferry Landing lot Queensbury Avenue, Twenty-first
street and Lonsdale, Winch street anal Keith Road as follows: 6:15
a.111., fi:.(5 a, in., 7:15 a. m., 71.15 a. 111.. 8:15 a, in., g a. in. 9:40 a. in.,
10:10 a. in., Alter 10:25 a. m., cars wl" 'eavc Queensbury avenue,
Twenty-first and Lonsdale avenue, and Winch street anal Keith Koad
at five minutes to tin Ii iur and twenty five minutes past tlie hour.
Cars leave Nineteenth street an.l Queensbury avenue, Twenty-first
street an.l Lonsdale avenue, Wim li str. et ami Keith Komi as [ollows :
0 a. in.. (' 30 .1. 111., 7 a. 111., T.yi .1. 111., 8 a, III., .s:.|5 a. in., 9:15 a. Iti.,
9:55 a, 111., in.25 a. 111. Alt' 1 , 1 a, iu. 1 ars leave the Firry Landing
at ten minuti s past the I I twi nly minutes to the hour.
Jjfi    All boais ar.' met In the 1 ai
Motel North Vancouver,
ijraml
Tourist
Resort
Up-to-date
Rati ■■:
Sj.uai per
Hay
and up
Special
Rates lor
Families
and
Regular
lloanli 1 I
Terry Service I ver) .mil Hour lo -ind Irom lliis Motel
to Vancouver. I'. Larson, Prop.
Lost—Thursday evening, between Mahon avenue and Larson's
pavilion, First street, a diamond
pin. hinder will please return to
this office.
J. S. and Mrs. Wheeler, San
Francisco, will take up residence
on tin Keith road. Mr. Wheeler
is at present interested in growing
wheat in tiie Stale of Oregon.
A large black bear was shot near
the Capilano hoti l on Sunday by
R, II  lii vi e with his trusty rille,
Tin Express, Ji a year.
A stow, unmanned, was Hoating
in lhe inlet on Tuesday morning.
Owing to the heavy log it was a
source ol danger to the steamers,
and especially the [erry St
George,
The McMillan block, eornei
the Esplanade and Lonsdale ave
nue, has again changed hands.
This time ], A. McMillan, the
popular grocer and postmaster, is
the purchaser. He bought it from
George Fortin for the sum ol
$20,000, Mr. Fortin, a lew weeks
ago paid J 16.000 lor the property.
The hue weather now prevailing
is unparrcllcd in this district.
These building are taking advan
tage ol same.
Trainer Now, in a sculling
match, what would you do if you
should lose an oar ?
Fresh man —Probably if 1 lust
my scull I'd lose my head !
It lias been suggested that a
volunteer corps be formed in this
ciiy. Several young men have
signified their intention of joining
the same.
The present enrollment of the
provincial voters' list will be closed
on Monday. Those qualified as
voters and not enrolled arc requested to apply at the municipal
hall and have their names put on
the list.
PATRONIZE
the
BOARD OF TRADE
HARPER SHOP
Lonsdale Avenue,
near comer of First street
PA THS
CIGARS uml TOBACCOS
Rainier Beer^,-
I ".;'..: tjUi iirliili:'    tttlll
t| '1 la,  laa    I ill,    |*f l|l| Utlll'l
"jusi 1   " I •  Iinin iei*.
PACIFIC   BOTTLING  WORKS
Vancouver, H. C.
Ii [111! I fl
I Ine.. 1 .','(,■., per po nd I ■ .I, fi.i.i.
Dairy llul      Clu cuts pet pound,
Red Si I tm , 5 ci nt-- per 1 an,
Maccaroni,      cent er I
Cheese, two 10 in I ir 35 0 nt i
Corn Stan h, thn '1    ; cents,
Pork and li. .nr 1 largi twi 1 am lor 25 11 nts,
Chicken, two pom ,     ■ nts
J. X. McMILLAN, Grocer
COR. ESPLANADE AND LONSDALE AVE
DIRT CAMPBELL
Prop,
G. I. IDKMNSIN
Civil Inqlnrrr  and  II, I. land IllfwyOf
'nt- Kl 3821
KallwtyN, ItrldKtR ^ Hei I'-owen- Hillmuli ».
,|..-ntii,'*iiii''!ii'n ni romi mutton, SInpi, Town*
■nc, Minion C'UIiw-.HiHj [>lrliloni.«tc
'll llMllngl Bt, W„ * •   VANCOUVER, ll. C.
J. W. BALMAIN
CIVIL   KNIilMCKW
AND ARCHITECT
Plans, (-mint iticn, Levels
Ni|a.'iiiiii'ii.l..iii'i' uf Construction
Iiiiuiii Stiibbt,CoiiMKn Lohsimls Avi:
NOUTII  VANCOUVKII,
W. NICIIOISONUIUY
AM lllll 11
Temporary Oflice   I. Cuilncy's
Paint Hliop, Esplanade,
Nnkiii Vancouver, li, C.
B DLBS
1 nun Trance, Holland and Japan,
SEEDS,
TREES,
PLANTS
IOR FALL PLANTING
reliable varieties at reasonable prlcet
fertilisers. Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps,
Spraying Material, Cut Flowers, etc.
Oldest established nursery on the
mainland ni Urlllsli Columbia,
Catalogue Iiti-.
M.J. HENRY'S
MUSI tills AM) SEEDIIOUSES.
VANCOUVER, B, 0.
NOTICE
OF
APPLICATION Rill LOGGING
RIGHT-OF-WAY
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I'UR-
l~ SUANT lu Section 'JO, nf the
"Uml Ail Amendment Act, 1907,"
l.y the undersigned, which is u holder
ni 11 Special Timber License, that the
undersigned intends, thirty days nfter
service uml Hrst publication of thlsiiotice
lo apply to tbe Chief Commissioner ol
Lauds and Works for authority to construct chutes, Ihinu-s, ronda or other
works for use in netting out timber from
lhe limits covered by a license hold by
the applicant, across nnd upon the tot*
lowing km.Is, namely:
All anil singular thnl certain parcel
ortractol land and promises, situate,
lying ninl being hi the Province of
llritisli Columbia, in the District ol New
Westminster, boing composed of portions of District Lots 1058 and 1034,
uml which tony he more particularly
known and described as follows, that
is to say: Beginning nt the point of Intersection ol the conter line ol the Mc*
Nair-Frasi.r Lumber Company l.linited's
proposed logging right ol wny and the
tvosterly boundary ol tbe Southeast
linarter ol District Lol 1(134, said point
being north distant 5.88 chains from the
southerly boundary of the said district
lot, thence in a N lliileg. :i!i min. K.
direction, X.'.U chains more or less to
tin- point of Intersection nf the sniil
.enter line with lite norlli boundary ol
ihe south wesl quarter of District Lot
1053, sni.l point being distant LOOchnins
Irom the westerly boundary of Ibo taut
lot, nml having a uniform width on
either side) of the said center line ol St)
feet, and containing 501 nm acres, bc the
snuic more or Icsb.
Dated at Vancouver, 11. C. this 20th
day ol August, A. D, 1007.
Mi'NAlii-1-lt.isKH LltMUI'll Co., l.Tli.
By Its Solicitors,
Martin, Craig it Bourne.
ton
When you want
a job of Painting
or Paper Hanging
or Kalsomining
done.   See
Hardy & Stoney
Sixth Struct
NOKTIl   VANCOUVER,
CUAU/'C   I'lONLtR   DRY
Ofl/VYY  -J   GOODS STORE
Will inmi' lo larger and
more convenient premises,
on or about lhe
THIRD WEEK IN AUGUST
«illi a new and specially
selected stock, which will
leave nobody an excuse for
crossing the'Inlet. Strictly
i'ill prices.
Cor. 2nd and
la „ .,1,1-, -,,,■ .   -    N.VANCOUVER
We Do
Job
Printing
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
TnnDE Mkhks
Designs
_______       Copyrights 4c.
AiiTfitinai'ilillntt inaKrla'li mail tlpicrlpllnn nun
niili'Mr ii-i'iTiniii i.iiria|iiiii..n iri'i'-i'liwIiiT nn
iiiv.'lillaaii la tu..lllllll)'i.'iii'iiMlil...    iiiilra.
Il..tia«lrii'llri'..>i>l.li'iiiinl. II'IIIIBOM on I'lilimu
*-*<>. 11 lii'i'. "I'l''«l ii.'"'"'> I.'i a. .'iiniii.'I'.i «.
I'iiIi'iiib iiiln'ii lli....n'li Munii ,1 1... r.'.'i'lve
,,nriulnaillrr. miti..ul rliairu'ii, liiiim
Scientific American.
A hunrtinmclf HlnMrnlml wnklv, LnrirpM rlr-
riiiniioii nf im* BPiotitlllo Jiuirntil.  Tenm, i;i n
fl liiiiriii'Hillie, |l. S'llilhyiill iicwmli'iilori.
J?'" & Co.»GIBr"rt~*- Hew York
lliallall I'lllaaa, tO, K St.. V.',|. I, il,t|.,!,. |>. C.
EVES & LAWSON
or THE
NORTH    VANCOUVER
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
\
Have a number ol enquiries for close in Business Lois,
especially on the Isplnniide, first and Second Sl'eets;
more especially west ol lonsdale Avenue.
N. ll. To Owners : lt would In- greatly to your ad\ intage
In list with us exclusively any propei " you muy v sli to
dispose ol in lhe above described location al once.
i'llONI 6
P.O.BOX 13
EVES & LAWSON
lllll'IPMIS BLOCK
I ON Ml A I I   AVINUI,
lli'l..i'rn Is|ilfliiniti'aiiil Insl  SI.
NOR I It VANCOlVtR,   B.C.
PALACE HQTEL
BIST 11 WNIMIIK lllllll   ON Tilt I'OASI
' ' ' . I J.'
AS UP-TO-DATE
TOURIST RESORT
Rates: $1.50 PER
HAY ASP UP
Speiiul R.iies to families ond Regular Boarders
Half-hour ferry connection to ninl from Vancouver,  Hol aud cold
wnler ill every room.   Return cull bells iu every room.
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
■   -   NORTH   VANCOUVER, IJ. C.
Second Street,
FOR BEAUTIFUL,.
Residence Lots
FRONTING ON
"OTTAWA GARDENS"
APPLY TO-
I.
543 Pender Street, Vancouver, B. C.
SPECIAL BARGAINS
Lonsdale Avenue—Between l-'ourth and Tilth streets, cleared
lot, size -,15x130 leet, to a 2o(oot alley. I'riee $2000. Terms one-third
cash, balance 6 and is months.
Fifty-loot lut in same block fronting on Lonsdale avenue. Trice
{4000.   Similar terms.
Chesterfield Avenue—Near Fifteenth street, lot (10x130 leet,
Trice $550.   Terms one-third cash, balance iu (> and 12 months.
Fourth Si urn am. OtciNsi tiiv Avi nii Double corner on car
line, magnificent situation,   Price £2100,   Terms to be arranged,
Two Cleared Lots on Fourteenth Street—Close to St."An«
drew's avenue, size 50x157 each,    Trice $450 each,   Easy terms.
Firm Street—Between Lonsdale and St. George's avenues, two
lots, 50x140 each,   Price (900,   Easy terms,
Lonsdale Avenue—Lot 50x110, between Eighteenth and Nineteenth slieels. Trice $0/10. Terms one-third cash, balance (1 and 12
months,
Flint Sim.1.1 One block Irom Queensbury avenue, two south
front lots, 50x13/ each, to a 2o-lool alley. Trice J550 each, Terms
one-third cash, balance 6 and 12 months,
Sixth Streei In block N, 150 feet from Queensbury avenue car
line, size 50x137, to a 20(001 alley, south limit. Price fboo each.
iirms one iiuiitli cash, balance in 6ami 12 months,
We have also a large list cl properties in all paits ol ilu- city.
We deal exclusively iu close-in cit} properties, and can oiler you
the best bargains and tbe choicest locations obtainable anywhere.
Correspondence solicited, or battel still, call ami see us ami let
us show you what we have in oiler.
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO. Ltd.
Corner LoiiBtlolo Ave. mnl l*'iflli St.
TEI,. In NORTH VANCOUVER
BRUCE * DODDS
GENERA MERCHAN TS
Flat Iron Block, Cor. ttlh and Lonsdale Ave.
The following quotations on our Teas will he lound interesting
to consumers of that beverage,   We are offering
Five pounds of Assam Pekoe Tea, Si,
Three pounds Ceylon Tekoc Tea, yo cents.
Three pounds Pride nl Assam, ji.
Three pounds Choice Ceylon Orange IVkne (very line) J1.25.
We are in receipt of another lare,e consignment ol choice
ALBERTA DAIRY BUTTER
Which we sell at 25 cents per pound, well worth 30 cents per pound
In general groceries WF LEAD, as our prices will show.   The
consumer is invited to call and get our quotations.
ti IT is in our aud it's so    'phone 41.

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