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VOLUME 9
NORTH VANCOUVkR, B. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 190V.
NU.MBER 6
Board of Trade
Annual Meeting
SCHOOL TRIP TO FAIR
The annual general meeting ol
North Vancouver bourd of trade
was held in the city hall, Tuesday evening. The attendance
was not large, but the proceedings left no room for conjecture
as to the high appreciation in
which the work of the board is
held by the members, as well as
to their desire to make thc
board yet more serviceable to
the north shore.
The retiring president, D. G.
Dick, submitted his report as
follows:
Gentlemen of the North Vancouver Board of Trade:
The past year has been an in
teresting one for North Vancouver, and we are now entering on
this the fourth year oi our existence as an active organization
with thc avowed object in view
of doing all in our power for lhe
general wellare 01 Norlli Vancouver and its citizens, particularly in the matter oi trade,
commerce and industry.
Our eilorts have been somewhat varied, and sometimes
prompted by the necessity ol
quick action, and the calling ol
meetings both in season and oul
of season, notably in the nutter
of the ferry sale project and railroad and bridge matters, as well
as the question of harbor improvements, and sometimes the
less important but more pleasant pastime ol entertaining ,nul
banquetting the guests ol lliis
our fair city, and although our
calls lor meclings for those purposes have been quite frequent,
we have met in each case with .1
promptness of action and a
hearty co-operation of energy,
which makes the position ol
president well nigh a coiilimmus
round ol pleasure.
The past year's work you are
probably as familiar with as 1
am myself, so 1 will uot waste-
any ol your time in recounting
your achievements as a board el
trade, bul beiore passing on to
other matters 1 wish to slate
that wc have naturally drifted
into the channel the orgaiii/cis
of tlie Iward ol trade hoped we
should when we were lirsl lormed—that Was, not to be an obstacle iu the way oi progress,
but to lie a help to the legal I)
organized institutions oi our
city. The bond of friendship
and the co-operation ol activity
which exists between youi board
of trade und the city council <>!
Norlh Vancouver is to us sulh-
cient evidence that our eilorts
have been duly appreciated by
the good citizens ol North Vancouver.
It, would Ik- neither wise, just
nor prudent in uie lo suggest
any set line ol action ior the luture, except to keep a lixt-d and
steady eye on everything that
might allect the present or luture of North Vancouver. Ve
are here tonight to elect ollicers
for the coming year,and 1 it mild
only request ol you to extend to
them that same hearty co-oi*ei-
ation that you have extended In
us, and now that I am about to
step aside and take mv place ee
a private member ol this biutil
oi trade, I do so with the lirm
conviction that its acliicveinciils
will lie greater in lhe future than
in the past, and in conclusion I
wish to say 1 will always he
glad to serve its interests whenever I can in a private wav, us
it has been a pleasure to du su
in thc capacity of ite president.
D. G. DICK
Thc report was ndopled end
a hearty vote ol thanks was ten
dered Mr. Dick for his faithful
and efficient servin-s during the
year, to which he made ■ suitable acknowledgement.
Secretary J. R. J. Murray,in
making his report, briellt tl
viewed the chief features ol the
work in which ilu- board hnd
participated during the year ns
lollows:    1.    The endeavor  to
secure the assist,uite of the provincial government in the building ol Second Narrows bridge,
in connection with which, Onboard circulated a petition aim
sent delegates to Victoria. 2.
The projection ol the appoint
ment ol a hai-iior board lor Bur
rard Inlet and the protection ol
the interests ol North Vancouver in the matter ol lhe V. \\.
& Y. charter, in connection
with which a deputation was
sent to Ottawa. 3. Negotiations with the C.P.R. ior the
establishment ol a freight tai
ferry to the north shore. 4. The
extension of Uanslcr privileges
and other concessions as lo llie
rates ou the lines ol the B. C.
El. Ry., as between Vancouver
and North Vancouver, h. lhc
iustallation ol a sewage system
iu the city oi North Vancouver.
7. The celebration of the docking ol the lirst ocean liner   at
thc port of Norih Vancouver, s
The campaign «1 civic advtj-iis-
ing recently carried oul 111 con-
neclion wilh other civic bodies
lor the norlh shore,
Two addresses  ol   Hole   were
delivered baton the board during the year, by Dr. Roive, ol
the Vancouver Tourist Assmia-
tion, and District Engineer Donald Cameron respeclively.
The membership stands ae
lollows: Number at the I.e.in
ning of the year, jt\ new uie.ii-
bers during lhe imr, [8j total,
96. Lapsed during the yen, Jo,
net total al date, ;b.
The report was received ,.nd a
vote of thanks tendered Mr.Mui-
ray for his serines .is iicfetar}
Treasurer II. A. Shuw submitted his reporl shun ing receipts for the- year totalling
J4h7.11: and a balance 111 llu
treasury of $67.87. lhe up,,11
was received and Mr. Shaw ,u
1 or dn I a vole of thanks.
Alexander Philip reported im
tin ee malU-rs, namely, the ttuik
of the committee on Commerce
and indusitus, of which lie is
chairman, the work oi the harbor Iward committee and oi llie
joint civic advei Using minimi
lee. Wilh reference lo the lust
Hem, Mr. Philip referred to iln
number of new industries whiih
had been established in Norlli
Vancouver during the tear, a-
niong which are Wallace Shi|>-
yards, Burrard Sash and Dmn
Factory, N. V. Sham L.iuti'ln.
the N.V. Sawmill, refitted. St)
minii Lumber Company, ■■■"•'
panted and Cults' pur. In ,o\
diiiini to these, preparations
arc progressing rapidly lor lhe
installation ol marine Lrmworhi
ol large tapaillv. He n-lcilid
lo lhe extensive building up. 1.1
turns whiib had In 111 i.illlul ,,11
during the season ami which is
now perhaps iimn ,uiite than
at any other lime As lur llie
li.iibur buard Inal ter, lie bad
been assured -ley the ni.iiur ol
Vancouver that the nutlet is to
be laid before his council this
week with a view   lo   lhe   ap
pointment of a committee, i<>
confer with the loinl committee
and arrive at a bill acccptahli
to all parties interested. The
work ol the civic idvertieing
couiniittee was reviewed, sli,,ti
ing lhat subsi r ipi kins had been
reined totalling Jll.t.S and liabilities had lieen incurred total]
ing I2025.
Vice President W .1 Imm
A. E. Anders, iliairttiaii ul llu
committee on public Improve
ments, and Geo II Horden,
chairman oi the committal on
publicity and infurnialiuu, ,*.,,b
submitted ,1 siimt report    The
secretary read the report of T.
S. Nve, chairman of the couiniittee on traiispurlaimn. wlinli
among oilier nuns advocated
the rst.iblisliiiiiiii nl ,, high
si liuul at North V.iiiii.uur end
a fifteen minute fun eervici
during u-rtnin hotits ul the dn)
The secretary also read the re-
I A large contingent ol North
I Vancouver boys and girls will
in all probability repreeent the
city and district  at  lhe  New
Ucsiiiiinslcr fair, on Children's
day, which lulls on Friday next,
lhc 131I1 hist. The board oi
school trustees has procured the
consent oi the department  at
[Victoria, to proclaim a school
T10l1d.11 that day. 'lhe 11. C.
|K1. R>. Co, has agreed lu place
I two or more cars on ,1 si le
track lor lhe school children un-
ly. 'Hit* t.iis ttill leave Vain.ju-
ver about 8.30 a.m., and returning, will leave ilic exhibition
grounds about 7.30 p.m. The
usual exhibition tare will be
charged on the cars, and iln;
grounds will be open to lhe
children throughout the day. A
full program ol children's spoils
is being arranged; several .m-
shipe mil ascend during lhc day
and 2000 merry-go-round liikcls
will be distributed among lhc
children, One oi the leaturte
ol lhe occasion will be a lootball
match belli tell Lord Kelvin
school ol New tt cslininslcr and
Norih Vancouver school. Appropriate race's, ele. for. girls,
will also 'lie provided.     11   any
parents 01 others who anticipate
(■unin, will communicate with
All. Li utt del, assi.-al.illt pi llnl
I pal, ihrough the children or o.»
envies, he will endeavor lo   ar-
range accommodation ior all.
Lunches 111,1} be laken along, or
iiliey tan bc obtained oil the fair
grounds.
J. K. Heiniftl has purtbased
the Iruil  and lobauu   business
uniil neatly operated  Lrj   H.
Robinsoll, Lonsdale atclllie. Mr.
Bennett has been e retident ol
North Vancouver (ot sows nine
past, and his local popularity,
will doubtless prove bclplul 111
extending Ins business.
Miss Edna Phillipo mii named a parly of her young friends
un .Monday lasl, al the home ol
her parents, Geo. J, ainl lira.
l'liillip'i, 41I1 etrect and Sl. Andrew s, uii the ou.isioli ol her
birilalay.     Those present were
Lawreine l.al'.olic and llelllaii'l
LaGuire,   cousins  ul   lhe   little
hostess,  Mtllna  Murilcll, l.l.idts
Harden, Eileen Stevenson, Kiu
,I,ilies, Norma Shields, Mabel
Ilallilllun, Edith AltColl, Herald Hindu ,lniu Ab Aulev,Nora
Woods ami Silvia l.tRoux. The
young lolk tliuiHiiglilt   enjoyed
lllelllseltes   Willi   gallics,  IllUsli
and ilie otlnr appropriate pro-
t isi,,ns made lor their entertainment.
LYNN VALLEY NOTES
The entertainment in St. Clement's hall on Thursday next,
promises lo be an enjoyable one
rehearsals ale llie order ol lllc
day, and talent is to be imported to help in the program.
The, ladies aid ol the l'nsliv-
leiiaii church, at Iheir regular
Meeting held yeeterda], decided
lu hold llieir sale oi work on
Thursday, lhe 21st inst. The
sale will be in the alternoon at
2 p.m., and at S o'clock 111 the
evening, there will be au entertainment.
On Friday evening last, the
opening ol the Institute lor the
sc(Mm took the lorm ol a debate
wiih "The Extra Taxation oi
Bachelors" as the topic. Mr.
Buckley led oil in favor oi   the
enforcement oi the extra tax,
and Rev. II. 11. Gillies led the
opposition. Supporters were
found for both sides and alter an
interesting and sometimes hot
discussion, the chairman, Rev.
Davie, put lhe question to lllc
audience to be toted upon, and
declared that the motion to
place the extra tax ou bachelors
was defeated by one vote.
J. M. Froinnie had a bores
killed lasl Friday, belonging to
the lugging gang, working upon
lhe side ol Grouse mountain.
The Institute hall is open ou
every night, aiid is provided
with reading material and also
with games ior those who wish.
DISTRICT COUNCIL
Iimi ui T A Martin, tli.iirin.iti
ol the committee* on membership
and grievances,  and nl lhc hn
ainc committee,
Dr. Newcombe and A. II. Sic
tilisuii, K. Al.n Kcli-ic and A I
Clunk ttele   dull   1 Icitcil   lilt-Ill
bus aai ib, bonrd
.1. t. C. Wood bronght np tin
■attei ni the metaow followed
bv iln imt directorate In lh
mattei ui plans im iln* propoaed
licit   boat.      Ihe re.iMilis lui  tin
method adopted mn explained
alld Wile uillsiilireil s,itls|,,,iui\
'lile following ulliicis iiitc ,1
ei led ini iln enening yeai i'n-
iduit, \\. .1. Irwin; in 1 vio
piisnliiit. .1,imr. p Fell, second
uu* preaidsnt, .1. K. .1  Muu.it
sunt,ill, II. A Shaw; ill,ill
llien  uf   lhe   lespcill-.i    lulllllllt-
ii 1 . mii sppointed as follows
Commerce end Industries, AK -*.
Philip,   uricnltnre and milling,
Dun,ild  Cameron;   transports
Ition, T, S. Nve, tourist end set
tins. A ti Perry; publicity snd
Information,  Geo  ll   Morden
finance, D, ('•  link  legislation
and .1.tiiiinistr.iti'.n. A   U   Si.
1. aeon; mi mbi 1 ihip and grii 1
.iim -.1    it   Uu,ni; rei' pin n
ami  entertainment,  lit    ken
combe
Ab ssis Philip, Perry end Oeo
11   Miii'b 11 nue appointed  r*
pii tentative! on the joint tivh
edvertiafng committee    II
Irwin, I'hilip and Jecheol   well
SppOinted     I'   |Ua      Ull.ill*   * **l|     llll
li.irlmi buard 11.iniiii'i,.
j   Thc meeting then adjnurued
Reeve McNaught presided at
the regulal sissiun oi lhe distrii t count ll last evening.
Councillors Davison and Allan
were present.
tetter* were received ae follows: From F. K. Cluver, assistant manager ol the B. C.
BL Ry. Co., to llu- effect that
he had issimi instruction! thai
tenders In called Inr. for the
construction oi the Lynn Valley
extension; clerk to acknowledge
and express the hope that the
line will Ih  inlllpleUd cxpulill-
ously.
From City Clerk Shepherd, re-
-peeting the district council to
meet  wilh  lllc iitv tuuncil   nn
Friday evening to draw np e
list ol topki (ur submission at
the convention nf lhe U.B.C.M.
next iiiuiitli; invitation ecceptcd
From Hums & Welhem, ad-
viaiag thai cotiliiil has aiilhori-
tj uuilei the at 1, to ins|K'tt all
bridges in the municipality; the
engineer ttas accordingly itt-
strutted to make all inspection
ui the swing bridge ovei Capile
un 1 an vuli
. From A. 1). N've, ilaiining reimbursement to the amount ul
; 1 Inr biiulcv.iiiliiig ilmii M
King slreet and on St I'.eurge's
at 1 inu, engineer to report.
1   Fruin Ahs Agnce Brown, ask
Illg Iiii a I11a1ln.it allil vs .it. 1
serviie lo bits I and .', blink 10
ttisl one-hall ul 1) I,. 7*7; i-n-
giim-r to act.
Telldels   wete   luiind   ,,s   lol-
luws    Fur clearing the ichool
slie ,il Lullsilab .it elllle, tnirlli,
Mil.illllall  .Nr   III esse),  ftlOO.OO;
ii-iulei accented rm Harold
ruad, 199I lest, S. .1. Probert,
tender reierred back tu be submitted with and without tin
bridge, alld lul inmpliainc with
usual conditions. For Mair
mad, Tliiiinpsoii ,Si Slcwari,
.visn, large culverts I43 each,
small iiilmts Su S" each le
innii.ijiv.it, S|uun, forge Hiiieiis
Sum, small uilverls, .\v; tend-
■ 1 ui Thompson \ Btewart u
1 pied on condition ihnt   they
aiist.uimllt complete ilnn &
laved nuill.ut nil l.WIll Vallcv
mad.
I'l.in*, tun* received as lul-
Inws:      Block   I1-,  1)   I.   6l
Iiiiiii batk; him ks I08 and luty,
i) I, 1169, approved; sail on
ball uf block tl, li I, kM,approved; blinks ,( tu -, I) I,  tltfj,
approved; kits is to J3, I). I,
MiS, relerred back.
Mr Tin vt.ihii* complained that
utie ill liis children had narron
>ly escaped being gored  by  an
Social and Personal  Items
For Sale — Cooking apples,
cheap, to clear out stock quickly. Apply C. Ba Keene, 15th
street.
John Rogers and lamily ale
recent arrivals in the ciiy, and
have taken a suite in the Skel-
horne block.
Norman AkLcun ul Vancouver
has bought a residence on bth
slreel west into which his lamily has removed.
Airs. J aines Specc has removed lo this dty and is residing at
the corner ol 3rd street and St.
Patrick's avenue.
To Cow Keepers and others—
For sale. A quantity ol mangolds, swedes, carrots, and lur-
nipc. Apply C. E. Keene, 15th
street.
CONCERT
On Tuesday evening, ill the
Horticultural hall, the public
had a practical demonstration
ol the musical ability ol suine
of Nortli Vancouver's young
people in playing the piano anil
singing, and from thu unanimous expressions of pleasure and
appreciation expressed alter the
concert, this new departure was
a complete success. The ctrli-
bcales recently gamed al lllc
midsummer examinations held
111 Vancouver iu connection with
tlie associated board ol the Royal academy of music and Royal
college oi music, London, were
presented lo the successlul students by H. A. Striven, pi inu
pal oi Chesterlield school, and
the Rev. C. E. Butler, who has
been appointed the Vancouver
representative oi ilu associated
board, gave an Interesting statement ol the scope and operation
ol the two institutions.
Mr. Alexander has great n.i
son to be proud ol his pupils,
and this feeling is shared by all
who heard theni, ior nol only
was the technical ability oi the
performers shown, but a high
order ol artistic rendering ili,,i
acterised each item.
An enjoyable dance took plate
alter the Concert.
.iiiiii bull running at large near
Philip av elllle and Kobson ruad.
Hatter to be attended to.
The monthly accounts of the
linance Committee and the board
oi works were passed.
Begin*r Cameron made  the
lollowing reports; That repairs
on Capilano bridge are making
good progress, Uia I Hollyburn
whal i w ill be ready lor use nexl
vviek, ,ind thnt a font shutild be
built (or the use ul small boat!
un a suitable nud io connect
Dui.in road through l). I, 1004,
with the preeent itiminus oi
I,vim tuck iia,nl ihruugh 1) I,.
80J. The engineer was insttiiii-
ed tu sill tct the laltel luad
preparatory tO training an ex-
proprialiou bylaw,
The  lmpiiivcinciils  tu  Dover-
court rond mie referred to tin
reeve nnd engineer with powei
iai ail.     The engineer will pi,
pare spttiliiatiuiis   ior   clearing
lhe lol purchased lor municipal
purposes.
The Inlaw lu tviibn Linn Valley road was laid our lo await
possible lurther extensions.
TheB. C. El. Kv. Co. will be
requested to do the wiring lm
iln* installation of a 30 h. p,
motor, to run the rink ciuslici
A specie! meeting ni thc conn
cil  will   be  held on  Thuisil.it
evening next to consider Improvement! tn Keith rond west.
Dist 1 let engineei Calm loll pre
tented ins mignation, to take
sheet at the cml ul the month,
a, lu* has entered Into 1 partm 1
ship  in   Ins  profmlim     Tin
reeve eiprmwii the regret oi the
council at the severance pi Mr,
Cameron'i official   connection,
and likewise tin   tliurutigli   ap
preciation of the council ol the
excellent work dotti by bun ts
the municipality,
Council then adjourned,
Thei). C. 1,1. Ky. Co. are calling lor tenders Iw building Uic
Lynn Valley extension.
Laying hens for sale, Apply
Airs K. Ckaiue, nu. llth street
end Si. George'i avenue.
Hum- In tins city,on 'I'm
Seplciiilici lb, 1909, to F. Kami
Mrs. lieiiiiei, a daughter.
W. A. \\.uill.mis and 1,iluilt ,,l
Vancouver, arc recent arrivale,
residing on 13th street casl.
W, \ nison and laitul), Irom
Los Angeles have annul, and
are residing oil oLh slreel west.
Mr. and Mrs. J, G, Bain, of
Vancouver have taken a house
on Keith road near Maliaii aw.
C. ta Brewer end lamil] hate
removed   Irom   ihe   waterfront
into a peiiiiaiiiiit resilience   oil
14th itreet west.
Will, 'lowiislev and laimly,recently irom England, an- residing Ul C. W, Cladw ill's new u-
slilclitc oil Keith load.
Wanted,—Gentleman to share
room wilh aiiolhcr young guii-
leiiun. Appl) evenings, .111 s.
Fillic-r, isi ettnet went.
.11. F. lluiiiei ims purchased .1
home 011 lulll Btreet and luovul
in Willi his i.uii.i), uuiu \ allium cr on Saturday last.
Airs. -Vtihnt Kliiiiics, 1 y
lell ou  Ihursday oi last viic,
lor lhe purpose ol visiting   lm
parents at Waco, tsXaS,
Dancing School—J. A. Stottcy
teacher. Eagiao' lull, every
Monday evening, loliimciiciiig
Oct. II, lyoy, al 8 p.m.
J.J. Woods Ut Co. report thi
sale ol ilivtn blocks In U. I..35J
|lor upwards ol jj^ouo, aim
salts 111 Capil.tnu kCICagl ami D.
I. 273.
Dr. Morrison wislns to inform
Ills ill.ill) paliotis I lut he intends leaving about October 15,
lor a llolida), alld. ihal Ins ollice
will be closed lor one wu!..
Prol 0 itinn will hold .1 d.nit-
ing tlass 111 lhe E.igli ■,' lull,
North   Vancouver, on  lliuisda)
evenings, sterling Octotae 14th,
at H O'clock.
A.  W. Gilisuii wuil ilutin   lo
Victoria ou Ihursday, on 1 bus-
iinss inp ud will return tomorrow (Saturday),
CoUtlUllol It II) land ainl 111:,
wile, ol Kaiiiluups, who had
been visaing Dr. -*ttd  Ul *   .llul-
rison, 3rd siieei, returned home
via Seattle, ilns week,  Mi.llv
I,iini   was   latuialilv    nupii
Wltll  llie  posslbllllll s ul    Nul lb
Vancouver real estate.
The tolicil'l OU Tlnilsil.il,Hi I
ilsl, under lhe aiispnis ul Bt
Andrew1! church choir, will  in
une ul lhe illlel   etiiils   nl    tin*
iniisiiai issson ni North Vnn
couver.     Mr.   Reillj   and  tin-
lllelllbets nl hi-- 1 bull ,ue putting every eflort forth to m*iki
It  I bilge sutuss.
Tenders
Will      I. I'. O  IVl.l        ll      tie
Purebneing Agt nl -1 tbi I
c. Elnetric Rnilwny Co, Ltd.,
up ti i'j o'clock iimiii Saturday, Oetober 16th, 1909, lot
till I'lill-tl'lH'ti'ill n| iln   Iaihi
Valley Exteneion
I'l:iu-  nml  njH-cificationi
enn lie s«?u il llu ( ompany'i
I lilin . I  a" Vai ''"II-
t'l'i' B.C.
Lull. -I    nl' iUl)     lli]       '  II
arily hcci ■
w ii. inzuiT,
Purchasing Agenl
Dal 'I \.iii'iiiivi'i'.
Oeiobti Bth, 1009. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
L-H*H+m-H+H*H*H*-H*m*H*H*H*H*H+>*!***^
North Vancouver Piano Co. £»
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Wants Young Ladies and Gentlemen to take Music Lessons
f
The School  of Music has inaugurated some very fine classes in  kindergarten work
The School extends a welcome to pupils and gives you easy terms.
TEACHES YOl HOW TO PLAY PIANO, ORGAN, VIOLIN, MANDOLIN, CORNET, ETC.
WILL SELL YOl ANY INSTRIMENT DESIRED, GIVING YOl EASY TERMS OF PAYMENT.
FROM   OCTOBER  1st TO OCT. I Oth SPECIAL RATE GIVEN TO PUPILS
free Lessons fliven With Every Piano Sold.
J
2
Now is the time to call on us
North Vancouver Piano Co. «5> School of Music
No. 443 I imvlalr Avenue
Pbone 114
HiHHil'I'lt-ttltHliHtHHHl
L I I . T i .1. a .1. a
*T*.*Tl***1*T*l**f
Tin board 11 directors ol tha
ferry h.i\e inin giving careful
,,na| in.itiiii consideration lo lhe
question as lo whal km1' ol
uli,tii it was advisable to buiW
,,s ,i permanent structured the
Lonsdale avenue landing. There
h,n, imu three propositions before llu liu.inl. lust tu liinhl ,i
wooden structuri upon concrete
piii-., mu.iul iii iiiiiiiI a huge retaining it*iii "I concrete along
three udes, in lill tin- enilosed
space with e,iiih, ,unl tn l.n a
llllllk    aa|     lllllll     [HI 111,lllllll     paVl
11itiit ii|iuii   lliis.   .nul   lluni. In
liinhl ,i wharl ni i'1-iiiiiineil i'iii
mii  throughout, resting upon
,i Miles ui substantial cow ti t«
purs.
Investigation h.is shown thai
ili, tt Kn sinulure would mst
|ir,niu,ilK ,is niinii ,,s ilu iiiii-
,llll     till.all       .lllal     that     .ll'11      •'
I. « years heat) <■ \ | ,t inli mm i *-
ttiiiihl nu I'itahl) lu .ii' niieil ini
upkeep, a hii h would I" i ntirel]
.lliselll    ll   ,1   * iilll'll ll    tt ll.lll   tll ll
lauili    tin iln- nihil hand it has
,!, u la,|ui|   thai   if  the   Iih.i    Uiie
a hi, ii.inn il ni building thi n
taining «.ill ii itmil'l havi lo Ih
tei\ uidi .it ih. lusi ,imi mas
sm* in even respei i. uliuh
would entail gn sl i spi n i Thi
iillinj; in ttniilil likesi *i I" co i
It, ,iiul ,, il. l.n nl man) months
ttniilil. .I i \pi iHn>t<l iii waiting
foi thc earth filled In in settle
befon .i permanent roadwa)
iniihl iai laid,
I in i iu un uh,uf throughout
appears to avoid ,ill the deleiis
,itvl in combine aU the advanl
ages nl both thc "tlier structures
ll  i .ill l.i   built   lol   liunler ite ex-
I ii nditun .i.m n rigid in every
ii spei t. and a ill become  more
'..   ttllll   tht   I.ipse    nl    lime:     ll
mil In- practical)! indestructible
ii i,aii In bu li qui* kit ,uui coin-
pii inl withoul mii rruption,
The estimati .1 mst ol the res-
la. line iliu iiiii tt .1 as lulin «*. Wooden » Imi i nn i nm ii ii-
l'i. i     -■ i ooo;  whal I "I re-in
ia,*      a   [|      a   ..11.   |,   ll       I |l I* I gil I ll I I     *       ,
llll   Walls llh'lli   ni  lhe iiunl
plan,   WOUld  mst   not   less    lliiill
aiei ilu finished wharl
tei t   linull  liuile ill,ill  lll.it  alll-
i.iiiii.   The directors have dei id
cil   In  adopt   the  miu 1'lte   nil,ill
iiii mu.nil piers nul l-'iiv En-
gineer II,mes will prepare blans
and spe, Ilkations in accordance
uuh recommendations made by
lum ia, the board hist uuk
Appointments .is follows   ire
inniiled in tlu* current issue ol
the B C, Gazette:   Malcolm K.
J, Keul ni Vancouver, K.N.Daniel nl Sii.iiiinii.s .'inl I'li-ii.  U.il
...ii, \\   U   \\. Wain ,i,'..l Joseph
A. Price ni Victorie to be coin
missioners under the clectiuns
,n t.   Edward Murph) ul Aider-
mere,   in  lie ii mil,ir*   public,
Wiin,iiii X. Unlie in In- govern
mini agent, iti.. .it S'icula,   K
(.', I.nun nl Nicola Ui he clerl in
the government  jfl'ue .ii  th.ii
place.    Walter K* Dewilmj   taa
ia, ,nting government .i^i-ni  ,it
Grand Porks.    Thus  M   Boa
in,in nl Nelson to bt di pel) dii
nut registrai foi Kootiu ij dis
uui     luhn   Campbell   to  b-s
thnl constable ol thi N R Ki
ten.i\ police district     Willi.nn
K   ib.n. ypenn) ol Trail and 1'
Pentecost ol Vancouvei   to   be
provincial   constables.      V, II
Watson  tn  bt  acting  go1   i
Hunt agent  ,a   l'i nue.     iCinar
Jensen ol Creaton lo bc depal i
mining recorder i"i Nelson div.
sinll.
All,in Stewart ol Vancouver,
makes application lor a revonl
ni im mini leet nl water pel
second, oul ol Humpback creek,
Porcher Isl.nul. The Waverlej
Iluii,miu Mining Co., Limited,
makes application for 11 cubii
leel
ttalel   ,n I   semiul  .Hit    Ol
i,muse creek,  a  tributary   oi
Antler emk. t ariboo dictr * i
Eds llillet, nl Nanaimo
Inui, David T* Raleigh, gi *cer,
Vancouver,  and  William  McC.
Kniiii. Thistle bakery,  Vinimii
ver, have assigned lor the I* Hi
ui ui their creditors,
Certificates  oi  Incorpoi ition
hate Keen   Issiieil   ,is   |i>llmi
Kclowna Brewing Co., Ud, cap
Ital  lio, ;  S.iiunl.n   Sunset
Presses,  Ud . capital  >v>, ;
I'acilii Pressed l!ru.k Co., Ud
capital Sii'i'.i'iiii: Pacific Securities I,til , capital S.S'«"'. Na"
misi Ba) Oyster Co., Ltd., cap!
lal I30, ;  B, C,  Farms   Co .
I,ul., capital $25,000; Realt)
Securities Corporation United,
capital S im 1,1»'11.
The following are licensed as
extra-provincial companies: The
Crows I'lie Insurance Company
ni Toronto; National General]
Insurance Co., Ud., oi London,
England.
The Nineteen  Illltlilt'eil Waslu I
Co., nl Binghsmpton, N, V . m
registered as as extra-provincial
company,
CHURCH SERVICES
Methodist church, corner 41I1
ainl St. George'e avenue:—
Services ul ll a.m. ami 7..V
p.m. Sunday echool J.311 p.m,
Sunday echool ai Hoodyvilu al
11 a.m.    I'rayer meetttg Wed-
:csday tt 7.311 p.m. Pastor;
Kev. II. II. lialili'istiiii, B.A,
Lynn Valley Institute Hall;
Senilis curt   Sinulav   iiuiiii
Ing ai 11, aiul evening at 7 p.m.
Si. .lohn ilu- Evangelist, 71I1
and ijih streets:
Holy  communion  k a.m.;
1 nui); prayer 11 a.m.; cun
in-; prayei 7 \< m, On the
insl Sunda) in lhc month then
mil be a second celebration ol
the Imll communion at 11 a.m.
Rector: Kev. Hugh Hooper,
Serviics iii St. Clsment'e hall
I,) 1111 Vnlli-y:     Morning pi.it 11
11 a.m.;   evening prayei ; 1 1
Pricst-in-chargc:    Rev.  II.  ll
Uillic-s.
St.  Andrew's   Presbyterian
l-hurch, bill sti eel
Servicee at 11 a.m, and
p.m.   S111ul.it echool 2..in p,'m,
Prayer meeting on Wednesday,
at as o'clock,    Pastor:  Rr    I
ii. Gillam, m.a.
Norlh Vancouvei 1 atholii In
ilian Mission:—
Suinl.iy   BervicCS    Mass   .il   a,
.i.m SiniiLit school .it .' \o p.m,
r.i in iiii iiiiii ai 3 p.m.    Pastoi
kev. iv Peytavin, O.M.I.V G
h.i 1 it i -t Church, mr. jth and
si George:—
Sabbath si Iiiiiii al ] p.m, Sel
vices at 3 p.m. nnd at 7.Jo p.m, 1
NORIH VANCOUVER
HARDWARE CO.
Local Agents
Seventeen years it took to
(ind how to add one special ingredient in the
rijflil way and amount to Ihr pure lead and oil and
zinc ol M I. Pure Paints.  Time well spent, for il makes
llu se paints last twice as loiijj as others, and protect lar
better.      Saves  you wasting money on   fault-lull  paints.
M;ikrs it safe, as well as wise, for you to bay
ML
Pure
Paints
Hsd* In every wanted color
for  ever)*   paintinj   purpose
Imperial Varnish 0 Color Co.
Limited, of Toronto
l.i.bn.b.ij   ISSS
HI
jl,| Mi, il   1  rn   Lulls.Ule ave
BLACKSM1THING
HORSESHOEING
M l.i.l  WORK
c\|.;iii \i,l-; WORK
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ATENTS
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IF \ou «irc in nerd of any Lodge
Stationery, siicli iih By-Laws
Letter Heads, Envelope*, etc., or
If ymi require Billheads, Stnte-
meiits, Programmes, Invitations,
Wedding CtbineU, Pamphlets,
Booklets, Rcceipu, Posters,
Dodger*, Menus, or inything in
the |irintinn line, send your Order
in to this office. The work will
be liist-clnss nnd tlie prices will
be right.
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NORTH SHORE PRESS, LTD.
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Foreign $1.50
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119 First Streei, E.
Phone 80
Tbe dislriel council met in
special session on Thursday oi
last week. Councillor! Davison
and Allan were present, Keeve
McNauglil occupied the chair.
The petition for improvements
to'Centre road, under the local
improvement clause was presented and the (bylaw was given
three readings, ll will be submitted lo the ratepayers on the
Ulh October, along with the bylaws passed uii Tuesday evening.
Percy King interviewed the
council   with   rciereiiee   to   the
lluskms road local improvement
bylaw, which council had decided to lay over lor the present.
Mr. King slated lllal he was
lhe bona lule rcpresclllulive ol
5001 ieet oi frontage' interested
in the propoied bylaw, and lie
pressed wilh vigor lor its submission lo lhe ratepayers willi
lhe other bylaws. keeve iMc-
NaUgllt explained lhat the petition asked for lhe expenditure ol
more money than was represented by the assessed value ol lllc
properly to be bellelillcd, and
in lhe opinion ol lhe council,
[either the improvement! proposed should be made less IXtCB
sive, or the work deltireil until
I the assessed value ul lhe property was greater. Council did
!uol consider it advisable thai
the general credit ol the district
I should be called upon to guarantee lotal debenture bonds, unless
lhe property lo be binclilteil
was oi an assessed value, sulh-
cicnlly high in turn,   lo  allord
tlic district reasonable security.
•Mr. King did not agree vv lib the
letves opinion as lo the proposed expenditure* exceeding llie
assessul value ol the piopcrtv,
and did nol consider thai il
would be economical or satlsl.u-
tory to do a portion ol the work
now and lln.11 attempt lo complete ll later, and the matter
was lell in slalu quo,
l'l.ins ul subdivision were submitted a* lollows. Lots 1 tu y,
D. L. boi and Ou;, approved,
south one-hall block Ib, 11. 1..
1033, appruteil,  1),  I. BOO,   ap-
piuvcd conditionally; a portion
ol 1). 1.. 2004, approved.
The reeve and ihe'tlcik wen
uuihori/.ed to sign a cheque lm
ihe sum ui jiuuu in payment foi
the property receuily punliasul
at l<yuu \ alky, ior municipal
purposes.
'lhe matter ol a sidewalk lu
the Institute llall, lci-uestt'd   111
a letter irom A. Buckley, was
laid on llie table lor further
consideration,
Thos. S. Nye wrote, requesting thai Bsnss street i« opened
according to igreement. Clerk
in icpiv that matter will be attended lu sunn.
J. \\. l-.llslun, et al petition
ed lor tile opening up ul Nve
slreet to lol 1;, bjock 1, U. i(.
617. Clerk was instructed to
call ior tenden lui Um work
Count il adjourned.
LOCAL  ri-.DKSTKIA.s;-
A. lv Skclloll and Il.\  llaiMi,
ihe l,iiui ui whom is cleft at
Hotel Norili Vancouver, recent
It und tin 11 hand ui distance
pciltsiiiaiiisiii 111 a tramp (ran
Nanaimo lo  Vlctbi        isbea
viewed  bv   the Vnlnii,i   Tn,.
llltv   gave   all   1 llllnislaslli     ,1,
count  ul   llnil   11 Ip ,,s Jlllllatl
"Ue retched Shawnigan lake,
where we arrived at in .•,, %m.,
altel a good sharp walk, ,ili*
here mil sunn \ alliumn ami
Victoria li lends. We had ,,
pleasant  tune nil the 1,ike.willi li
rn enjoyed very much.
"We   k-lt   uli   uur   lung   walk
"Hi   Ule summit.      We kept  lllc
luad lor sunn miles along   i.
shores ul Sh,ntnig.in lake,   end
then following 1 winding 1 1
ovei the lulls until we come to
Siiuke lake, vv huh shnllld be lllc
fisherman's paradise,   Tbe road
is very delightful and shaded,llit
trees lieing something wbnderlul
On lhe ruad ttc caine Upon a
vuiiiig du 1. .iliniil hall grown,
lying in ihe centn ol iln road,
and upnli seeing us,   il   jumped
up and d,iniul elong iii iiuiii.
nutt and again Stopping In take
a Inuk at Us alld Coning 1«a
wards Ils nil une 0CCUS.OU, 1 ten
SlOppfog    lllllll    Vie    mill,led    ll
alld luili bed ll  ttllll mu  slu ks
lt kept us companj lur ovei
liall a mile, wlnn 11 took leave
ul us and jumped down thi    idi
gi a. eieck alld disappeared.    We
Certainly enjoyed lhe incident.
We lelt lioldsli'i-ain at 8.4O a.m.
saw any quantity ol groune,and
aller walking about fourteen
miles, rested and ate out lunch
belore starting the hardest portion ol climbing ihe mountains,
The limber is something mag-
iiiliccni. We trudged on slowly
until we reached the summit,the
load being very tortuous, and
coming down, the loose stones
made walking very difficult. We
were glad when we reaehed
Goldslrcam, which we did al 4
p.m., and alter some reiresh-
niciils, decided to stay there and
walk to Victoria iu the morning
We lell Coldstream al 8.40 a.m.
and took things leisurely, passing Colwood, l'arsou's Bridge,
Four-mile house, the Gorge, alld
walked into Victoria at about 1
p.m.   We got comfortably fined
at the Uriard, where we met
many Iriends.
"We    must   altogether    have
walked quite loo miles   oil   our
journey, and would recommend
any one iond ol walking to lake
ilns most enjoyable outing,both
lor health and pleasure."
GRA.NUHAI.I,
Loyal Orange Lodge No. 1.S40
lllis ciiy, has iu hand arrangements lor a grand ball, to be
held iu the Horticultural hall,
on the evening ol Friday, November 51I1 next, llarpur's orchestra has been engaged for the
occasion and the program as
tlralled, shows 17 selections, beginning wilh lhe grand niareh
l v p.m. Supper will be served during the evening. Late
uis and a late ferry will be run
lor the convenience oi the darners. The committee in charge
of arrangement! consists oi j .
A. Sioney, C. A. Lindsay, '-.
Hull, J. McAfee and W. 11.
Stoney, irom wh mi invitations
may be obtained.
Dr. Morrison wishes to islorm
his many patrons that he intends leaving about October 1^,
Ior a holiday, and lhat his ollice
will be dosed ior one week.
VICTORIA
The provincial guvcrnmcnl has
purchased by arbitration, the
properly of the l'limlt-v garage,
a purtion oi the block upon
which   stand   lhe   government
buildings.     li is iln intention
lo buy out all remaining property holders 111 thii block, preparatory to enlarging lhe got"
eminent buildings.
Tile lirst sealing sihniiller to
return this scasuii, ,11 rived in
purl mi Tuesday, with 543 seal
skins.
MCllHl-fO-W'tir]
I'llll,a|ar»l Ila    1.     |l .'        llll"   III..llllll    Hl.ll I" I"
.Nt,;.n,|    r,.in,,t. III."   <all».    Ill  all-a*.-*
IT-In |i«llll ..H III."..!(.*  .-   ' Inl' I'l-' '1- ■■'
„llly   . I,ltl>->rn,l,>r   ll,   V'.nriniv.l    la   111 i,!|[i
F.l.lla, In    IH' a 1,,1 ■*: a l,iin|.i«, in I, m«,'m«l'
-* la,.*' Ill I'llUK-im-lla', |l«l**ll|i..ll,   I'.U.
..flu.   iih,111 I'l.  rlL-miN block, su tot-Ht
1 ll   *l   a*    I    I.a    ,       IlllllllllH
.|„ll nli*l . IHtlllllHtinll Ufa.
A
few
SNAPS
50-foot  Lot  on   Fifth Street
Close to l.uiinliiln Aumie, I'""'
third rash, liiilmni- 6 nml l'J.
5(Moot Lot Close to Lonsdale
Nearly fleered, |360.  >'..'i 1 Mb, 1
fill per tnoath, im iiiiiti .1
Special Snap- Close to
Waterfront
I'lfareil Slid class tn  |.r.a|i<*-***l  bridgi
|M0,   1100cash, balances, 13and Is.
C. E. LAWSON
Real Estate Specialist 15 Lonsdale \v
l'iliille 70
PALACE
HOTEL
Ka 1 is :
Jljoo per and 11
S|x*rial rates to fai
dies and   lo  regular  I  : ,
fines. H Garden on m
REDA & ANDRUSS.
PROPRIETORS
Sscon> Strf.it,  -  -  *  -   NORTH  VANCOUVER, B. <"*
ALEXANDER &
MACNAGHTEN
Real Lstate Brokers, Financial and Insurance Agents
WC IHVE
$50,000 TO  LEND
ON FIRM MORTGAGE
121 Lonsdale Ave.
This is not Stanley Height*  t is m iln citj ol North
Vam >iiivt r
Lots 41x120 feet on 19th Street
Price $145 lo $165 each.
Term J^j cash, balaoi i U° i"' month.
I VSISI    XI k I I TV     ■*<■•< l,r|* "» «'a-iit**r Sl r.-.-t ,11*.I Kr.a.Ti.1,
LYNN YALLLT—i.'.iani  Wwwue *.,«ii, .-».•
in   ii. i- mi'i ii iii'.uiin.
MAY A BURNS
tteal Estate and FnUm
  I
Pioneer
Bakery __^
S. H. Walker,  -   Proprietor
I ii.ii Bin ed daily delivered
to all parts ol lhe eity.
lli lu.ive. lm il
4 lor as "id
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
HIGH GRADECAKH
PASTRY, ETC
PIONEER BAKERY
eimsi s      71 Lonsdsle /ne
For Fall Planting   Up. LieWM A|»plirati«n
TILL Mllll I..lli.lt .1" lii-.llt.Tll«lr
I     I iiii'ia 1 lo sspl)   la   ila,-  l!o»nl ol
Hull** from the lx»t teNSSSS and
,I»|i»ii vo-avt*.
Homo grown Iruit ami «8a«SBtol
irw«, Mn ea up-lunil uti without Ir-
rigslii-B.laaSe only jiertuf Hi'- inert-
,*,,,,,,i,iiui-iit sot Istsated with ths Has
,l<>.|. -a .ill*
QsMsn, ri.i'iaii'i llsnsiisniB essi
a,i-i*„k ir  iheM ftmrn iinin-
tturlil.
Win- leiieini! Slid Gate*-*
S,,r.iv 1'iiiu|ik, F«rtili-erH, Hit lop-
piles. Cut Flowers, BprsviiiK Maleriaili,
,li.
White UbOf only.
Neu 167 psgt- OtfhfU he*
M. I. HENRY
Greeiilinn.c. md Beedboosei
:iniOWe.liiiiiii>lerK'ia'l. V'.neoiitiT.H.t
breach Nun-cry:  South Vane.niver
1.11.mi-,. Coi Mionera lor 11.-* Ciiy "I
North V'sJicoovar, f..r a ibop or Imam
Unease, sader toe protMoas of tba
■'Mui, 1 I OS, t**r llu-
parpose * I ■• lllng liquor u
fiiloni * 1**1 "i
uid Act, in ;i t»" -i"iy Moek, t*. i*»
a,, |,.,i pi, Hlock i.n, MutHtiri-
. I, in ih. i
, un .111.r, «ln* Ii aid 1*1 ll .mi-
•led on llu- Norta -ili'   .1  rn-t »tr. nt.
k,hi..i Loosdih in'iaiii-.
ii.,i,.,i iWts Ird day ..1  Bsptoasv,
A.D.,1HW.
WILLIAM I. TUI.K
Anron. ..nitric 1, .k.|.
Tsaos Mtass
Deeiass
Copysiohi s ie.
NORTH   VANCOUVER
HOSPITAL
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THE M188E8 DAW80S
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Mati-rnily Niir-M
Sunn Suit Out on awllcettoii
1 tot sofm »i>pi>' « Hi" ll.*-|it.l
.iub t9m\*m -mortk't*.
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Unkei-f u<rrinin e>nr   .
iiiTtinil'in jn i-r. tin' r | >i
wise.td»»
Builder.* and
Contractor*
P. LARSi i.\ is  |iri'|iar«il \0
supply
Lime, bi iik,
M.ind, Cement
Ami all kinds ol Building
Maiiii.il lo quantities to nut
and ni mfonable prioei.
 AHI'l.Y—
HOTEL KORTH \ tNI 01 VEK
TKIKI'll'iM. »0.T
A. J.   HOOD
rt, "|.,„.«,I..U-    »>♦•
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ST. JOHNS
NORTH  VANCOUVER
NOT OUT IN THE "WILDS" BUT
Adjoining City Limits and St. John's College
at tbe Head of Grand Boulevard
Car Service
and Every
Convenience
for tbe
Immediate
Erection of
Home*
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TAKI-: CARP, lhat you don'l miss the car,
Though io walk to St. John's, is not far;
Yet, that time is suflicient
To make you deficient
OI a home-site, that's right below psr.
Now take our advice, don't delay,
You can build on these lots right away;
The terms are so easy
You need not be queasy;
Kight dollars a month's all you pay.
Tbe main road
AOf t. Wide
runs riflht
through the
center of
tbe |>rof>erty
Lots 50x132, cleared
from $325 to $450 each
THERE IS GOING TO BE A RUSH ON THESE, SO DON'T DELAY
GET  FREE CAR TICKETS  FROM
INKSTER 6 WARD
219 LONSDALE AVENUE, NORTH VANCOUVER
And at 421  Richards Street, Vancouver
H»l»fM
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THK EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVKR, B. C.
iFor Good Photos
Carbutt
Swcuw lo I illoi 1 Sa-«lo*
(anar I on.ii.i. I laataaata
Prices reasonable
Results guarsnteed {
rpsiHHraii?iBiWijraraiBffliHHiB^^
Home Made
BREAD!
Oaken, Panlrv, Conlectinnery
Beit Materiala
llMp and lain
18 Lonsd?le Avenue
Use
Superior
Flour
Royal Standard Flour goes
furtlu-r because it is lietter, It
makes better bread because it
is milled from superior selected
wheat by the most modern machinery. Every process is most
carefully watched with « view
to maintaining or even improving the standard. You should
consult your own interest and
try Royal Standard Klour,
More than this, in each i'.ll'
sack ot Hour you secure a coupon which gives you an opportunity to win a 109 piece china
dinner set. Look over our advertisements lor the winning
numbers each month.
The .ildi-rini-n were all presenl
and Mayor May presided at the
regular session of the city council on Monday evening.
Communications were nail .is
follows: From the Royal City
Construction Co., wilh reference
to concrete culvert pipe; tiled..
From the Western Municipal
News, soliciting subscriptions;
referred to linance committee,
From B. C. Building News, to
like ellect; relerred to linauie
committee.
From the secretary of Nortli
Vancouver City Ferries, Limited, enclosing account for j*9o.5'i
city's portiou of laxes on Vancouver landing lor past year; 1 inferred to linance couiniittee.
From J. R. Grecnlield, I>. 0.
Inspector, to the effect that the
application of council for improved postal facilities on 1 lit-
hill, had been lorwaideil to the
department at Ottawa; liled.
From the secretary of the
Horticultural society, enclosing
cheque for taxes, and thanking
council for assistance.
From A. G. l'erry, outlining
worki recently done re arc lights,
as per instructions from the
council; tiled.
From 0, 11. Cottrell, Vancouver, explaining that under agreement with the railwav commission, the C.P.R. should have installed gates across llieir trackl
at the ferry landing, iby October
1st, but nothing had been done;
clerk, to acknowledge letter.
From J. A. Armytage, asking
that Westham avuiue be extended; filed.
From D. Caiitelon, on behalf
of the Methodist church, requesting a sidewalk on Sl, George's
avenue; referred to thc -board of
works.
From W. C. Stone, requesting
a road to give access to lot 4,
block 31, D. L. 547 and 548; referred to the board ol works.
From T. W. Thoinasson, ask-
I. O. O. F.
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
55, meets every Thursday evening, corner Lonsdale avenue and
First street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to
attend. Edwin Peers, N. G.;
Thos. S. Nye, Rec.-sec.; J. H.
Pillmg, Fin.-aec.
Good
News
VANCOUVER B. t.
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
fo to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Boot Maker
Loasdale Ave., opp. City Hsll
A. Campbell Hope, C.A.,t',il
ARCHITECT
1st Street, E. of St. AttsfntM
Sorth Vtiiu'oitirr
COAL
NEW WELLINGTON Cosl
direct Irom the mint*.
Pisco 70m order* now sod
■scare your winler'i •app)}- ■
Urfe ■hipmrnti will arrive
in a lew davr.. Prioei ri|>ht
Urge lupply ..I WOOD
alwayi on hand    ....
P.   LARSON
Hotel North Vancouver
Telephone No. 2.
No excuse now lor not
BUYING THAT   PIANO
Contracting for several hundred
pianos,H375.mi to $4511 1111 gi,ides
st a Ine; cut Imm Manufacturers'
Wholesale Pricea, enables us to
ahip in
CARLOAD LOTS
and by the "new harness system," saving to ua many dollars
in freights alone, we are now
selling
Popular   Dependable   Pianos
J175    J200    $300   $325
>6.oo tof 10.00per month
When you deal wilhus you gel the
best that Thf. Lasr.ssi Piano Con
ikkn IN Wrstekn Canaha, backed
by 3H vkars pSAcncAi. IWtillKI
snd an abundance ol capital, can
(ive.
Montelius Piano House, Ltd
'    4JS-MI H.ali.«a Strati Wni
Vsacoaver, B.C.
ing lor improved roadway and
a sidewalk on 21st street west;
relerred to the board ol works.
From H. C. Wrighl, requesting a roadway to give access* to
lots b, 7, and 8, block II, D. L.
616, as he Intend! building thereon; clerk to request description
of proposed buildings.
A petition from 1',. M. Bailey
et al requesting a roadway and
,1 Milewalki on Mahon ave. (rom
13th to iy tli streets, and also
an arc light at 17U1 and at lyth
streets; clerk lo reply lhat road
will be attended lo as soon II
possible; arc lights relerred to
the lire and liglit committee.
From Clucl-ol-poliu Davies,informing council lhat .shooting
had been going on within the
city limits, and that there was
no bylaw lo prevent it; clerk to
prepare | b_\ law for adoption
lui'UiwiLh.
From Thomas Shepherd, resigning the position of city
treasurer, and lurther expressing doubt as to the legality ol
his holding the position ol city
assessor. Resignation reierred
lo the linance couiniittee, and
matter ol assessor to the city
solicitor.
A plan of subdivision of lot C
block 32, D. L. 54y relerred back
lasl week, was approved.
t. Farrow and D. Kennedy requested lhat a sidewalk be laid
on St. Andrew's avenue from
Keith road to loth street, as
there were uow twelve families
who would be accommodated
thereby; referred to the board ol
works.
Dr. Verner requested a sidewalk from Lonsdale avenue west
past his new residence; relerred
to the board oi works,
Alderniau Schultz gave notice
of motion, to introduce a bylaw to authorize a loan for pur-
poeee ol street improvement.
AcCOUlt! as lollows were passed: Finance couiniittee, general $353451 Police ^74; board oi
works, local Improvement $2,-
1K6.07; general ^I53»-5!S; waterworks committee 91535.53; lire
and light committee >4<j. lb.
On motion il was resolved to
hold a .speu,il meeting ou Friday evening, for the purpose ol
■electing topics to submit for
discussion at the approaching
meeting oi the Union ol It. C.
Municipalities and that the district council ibe requested to at-
tend.
On motion, it was resolved
that Manager A. G. Perry be
requested to arrange for tlie u-
presentatives of thu B. C. Kl
Ry. Co., to meet the council on
Monday evening next for the discussion of improved arrangements as to fares.
NEW SUIU1VIS10N
St. John's is lhe latest subdivision ol North Vaniouver
ciiy property to *Ir- ollered the
public. The agents lor this property are Inkster iV Ward Cleared lots are ollered al i\'y. .in i
uncleared lots at S325 each. The
terms ol payment are very model,ile, namely, J40 (oue-eigltli)
i.ish.aiiil >Jj every three months
per lot. A brisk enquiry is already experienced and ue probability is lhat th.' eliurt .subdivision will be sold oul in a
lew dais, as the llllllilie.' 11! lots
is not large.
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Board ol
Trade meets the third Tuesday
of each month, at 8 o'clock p.
ra., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday of each month. D. G.
Dick, President; J. R. J. Murray, Secretary.
All new houses should be piped for gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure for this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
POWER CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale A/e.
Diplock-Wright
Lumber Co.
DIMENSION LUMBER
SH1PLAI*
HI'STIC
SHINGLES
LATH
FINISHING LUMBER
ETC., ETC.
Our prices ore right.
LET US GIVE YOU A
FIGURE ON YOUR
LUMBER RILL.
A SNAP
'OUR ACRES CLOSE TO LONSDALE .Wi
This will mnke a food lubdivilion.
Prioei and ttrins right.
ALEXANDER SMITH £* CO.
Lonsdale Avenm-, near Ferry
Phones—OHice 24 Home 23
N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1909-1910
October 12—Dame.    Sons of Scotland.
October 13—Dance.    Hortieuliur.il Sm iitv.
November j  Danes,    L.OL. No. 1840.
November—Charley's Aunt.    N. V. Dram,ilie Club.
December 1—Dance.    Horticultural Society,
January 12—Annual Meeting Horticultural Bodetjr,
Every Tuesday fruin October 12 to Hatch JO,    Smis
of Scotland Dancing Class.
Dates of Lectures will be published u .iri.ingeiiiuiis
are made.
October 25—Thanksgiving il,iv   Dane*,    North \ ll
couver lodge, NO, $5, l.O.O.F,
December JI—-Dame.    .Merry Widuiv club.
For terms and engagement ol hall, applv to
S. TYLER, Niiilarij,
or to\V. L. KEENE, President, 15th St., 'phooi ij
NORTH VANCOUVER FERRY i Nl TABLE
STEAMER ST. GEORGE
STR. NOKTIl \
ANCoxrvita]
Leave Van.      Leave N. Van.
Leave N. Van.
Leave Van.   1
*6.2o a.m.        "6.45 a.m.'
*6.2o a.m.
•6.45 a.m.
1     7-30  "            7-5«  "
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'     8.30   "            8.50  "
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10.15   "           10.45  "
10.15   "
10.45   "     ]
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12.15 P-m.       12.45 p.m.
11.15   "
H.45   "      1
12.15 P-m.
12.45 P-m.   1
1.15   "            i-45  "
2.15  "           2.45  "
1.15   "
3.15  "
t-45   "      !
2.45   "     1
3-15  "           3-45 "
'     4.15   "            4-45   "
3»5  "
3-45   "     !
4-15   "
4 45   "     '
\     515   "            5-45  "
5'5
5-45   "     !
6.15   "            6.45  "
6.15   "
6-45   "
1     7-35   "            7-45  "
7.35   "
7 45  "
8.15   "            8.45  "
8.15   "
8-43   "
t              1
9*15   "            9-45   '
915   "
945   '
10.15  "           10.45  "
10.15  "
10-45   "
•11.15   "          *"-45  "
11.15   "
12.00
* Not 0
n Sunday.
notice.
1
Time Table subject to
~han ge without
MI88 ALICE .1/. STEEDS
r.-.i»Ti,*ii,..i nu inu rn- muiic
Certlflssis 1 r, am Lel-atiiCooservstocian
I .*;n*ii ul pUpil'l repialeiii'ii.
lerilll Mi.It-rate.
Addrsea:—Capilaito, Berth Vsaeouw.
17th Street, North Vancouver
dew HrstmiMer Uini Dislrit-t
District of New Westminster
TAKE NOTICE that William
Robert Stanley, of Vancouver,
occupution, rancher, intends to
apply lor peniiissiim to pun base
the following described lands:
J2o acres mure ur less, coiinm 11-
ling at a post planted almllt 13
chains south ol the south-east
corner of lot 1230, theme math
So chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence norih Hu chains, thence
wesl 40 chains more or less to
the point of commencement.
WM. ROUT STANLEY
per WM. DALZ1EL DUKE
Agent
Dated August 24, 1909.     413
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COURSE OP CONSTRUCTOR
We can handle as many more.     If you are thinking ol budding
see us snd talk lhe matter uu r
CAMPBELL & MILLER
106 Lonidale Ave.
Nurth Vancouver
ll
D 0. WOTI, l'r,,|,ri*l„r
I h.ll .mil i-i a,,,It, >f,„ 1 0/ tlnicrriti,
titiili, /miry 1'nnliicli, Hour and t'tril,
t'tgttatilri, A.tc , ktyt on ..ami
llellv.T) mule lulll |«rl. ul llu ni)
inr, ki'illi Riiini and Million linn
Phone tl,     North Vancouver
n Preserving fruit*
PEACHES,     PLUMS,
CRABAPPLES,   1
lan  s.ib-   In   iln-   rase.
Best   Fruitl  Jl   Lowell   Trices.
AN" lull stock  ol (rcsh
GROCERIES md
DA1KV  PRODUl 1.
THE WEI COME PARLOR
J. Ilrmcn, Prop.
65 Lnnatlalc Aveniia'
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Und Oitring, Stump and Rook
KlaUtiiin Kitra cart near houtM.
All damagea made (Ood.
It M PI." V M INT     AOINST
•nrl Ml.   W*a« -' LoaaaSftl*
P, O  Mam u
11.
I   I
Hanufactunr
of
all kind, ol Mimion and Antique Kurni-
lnrf, Stnrp, 1 Ifflee, Hmik sad Bar Fix-
turtt.    HipairHig ili all iln liraneliet,
171 Third HI W , Ilil. UbMl.t'.M inal UsSaWa
ll|.lill.ll,   l« I,,".I
MAIL 0BDKB8 |iv*n prompt attention
TENDERS FOR FIRtWODO
TKNDKKS   marked   "Tender
laat Firewood," will in received
In the uudiisignid, until 5 p.m.
on Monday, October nth, iy<N,
lor the supply  of  Fifteen  (IM
mills Imu   leet  good sound   Iir
cord WOOd,     Tell mills In be ili
livered at the Fireli,ill..|lli street
and live eonls to be delivered at
the Citv hall.
THOMAS SHEPHERD
fin link
fill   11.ill,   Noi th   Vaiim l»r.
B. Ca, October 5th, iyoy.
NORTH LONSDALE
60ft. Lots on Two Streets $ 400
33 x 183, block from Lonsdale and high and
level with fine view 175
Corner King and St. George's, 132 \ 132 1200
EASY TI.KM-* ON Ai.l.
JACK LOUTET
213 Lonsdale Ave
Telephone L89 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE KX
Nor iu Van
!KSS
t'YKK.  II    C,
il.tlh.-
tlnn .,.ir
Cil in'
llir..,- Ila
U iitap   Stale.;
.,-, iiiitioi :
|| (Kl
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,18
, rel|n,| 1.80 p« jrssr
L'li'GK NoTicsi, l.re.—Il.im per ineli per
IllOlltll.
l.c   am. 11\thi k .\i,riei.»-.10 (lain, |5;
•6 dajra, 17.00
L»iai. ll"* i liii-l-.*.    I'ir-l   innrlioll, 10
i miu per iiu.*: .'ni'ii mbscqural imer-
tion, K per line
RittniJHJ Norn u i-  I ocal Nswi I'm.
eti\ia-*tu a*.*   - p«rllus,i*sch Inssrttoa.
C"MK.t. I    Alal : a.    IIHSSTS— Klltl'K    air-
i Rcennlins lo rjisoc taken,
lilel,.in- In -ni "a-i i.!vertl»eminlf
ur*-i i" in lie ii.ni'i- a,! lhe prlntsr bj
IV in* **1 ij iitt-iiiiistai'iiniri'piibllcstii n
ii *»i i.-.u.*.
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STK I
IMPROVEMENTS
All the work in the wa)' of
permanent improvement npon
the streets thai has originated
ninl lieen tarried out   this   tear
iii this citj. hu been paid  lor
nut ul tile general let elllle. Wlnn
this imt is given due consideration, evert ratepayer who know -
\t hat has heen accomplished,will
readilt aver that the work has
lieen ii ist It mpervlsed, the city
has received exceptional value
tor ihe iiiuiiei expended, and ihe
board ol works ol the city ronn-
ul hai proven thoroughly eiiM-
eiit in ilns respect.
Viewing the subject ol slreel
improvement Irom i broader
standpoint however, tin i;ut is
apparent that the past year h is
not seen that amount ol permanent ilmk accomplished ninth
the situation demanded,or which
irmn existing conditions, might
ii,isi,n,iiiit hate been an1 i ipat*
ed. Thii disproportion is due
to tin latt that iln local n.i
provemenl bylaa has remained
inoperative throughout '!,• year
WluleVcl    llit   Causes   I.i   \ liltia
this I,ni is attributed, the resull
has imu ihai iln general re
venue ol thc dtj has been called
npon tu provide all the available
funds iui siuet improvements.
'flu- situation which has thus
obtained, has proven an inter-
i nng one to those whu lake * a
interest in civU pToblcmi, u-
t.iiise n gavi aii exci lliiii opportunity tu conclude Irmn actual
i (pi I llllllll, U) just llllal iA tilt
it is sale lu depend upon ilu-
general revenue to proi ids nion-
ej wherewith to keep pace wilh
tin growing demands iur thc
opening ui new streets, and Uu
permanent improvement ol * i
isiing roads.   The question look
to ilsell all added niltli   I  lo   ,!
Ij, because then was wide diver-
g.iu, ol opinion among Uu
payers  uuh  relerenu   to  iln-.
in,ittc-r.
llu    tine   lliw,udins,    ul    tin
Mlualiou, as n at preaeut .stands
w,is clearlj and lorciblj r
ed al 'lu last icaslon ol the i*iij
council, wlnn iu ilu i.i" ui nu
in.inils, wiititii applications loi
roads to allord access to   pro
,  ali'l  III   llu    I,ue    ul     the
presence oi wvcral  ratepayers
i'. h tin munii! clamoring iui
tin same reasonable convenience
tin tlL.tiiui,iii uf the board <>i
worki could oal) state candid'i,
thai lus appropriation was su
Deal 1\ ' ihauited, thnt l» conld
nut give am assiir.iiin, or even
am tangibh ' iiauiir.igeiiieiii that
,|llt       llllllla  I       ttaalk    t ■ illl'l    lal     llll
dni.iken ihis yeai than Ihnt
iihuh is ,uiu,iilt it present in
hand ,md iiiiiiiii niinii,iied
that probabl) tin oal) li u Ibli
method ol complying with then
leiplists was,   thai   a  liil.iw    lie
ubmitted lo —t ratepayi
uiuin '.■ bj waj ol loan loi
the purpose.
When it is reiiieiiiliered that
this condition has been arrived
at,notwithstanding the fact that
the management ol the aboard of
works has been such thai evert
expenditure has been the result
ul   careful   consideration,   and
AliVlimSlXi*   RATES |every dollar has been made   to
Tk-.\si:\i   IM.-i-ui    liiM.a,,,-iMKSTK— go as Ear as possible, alld when
Weellt* per ineli eueli in-i-nnui.        |it j, roa^tf,^ t|,al there are
oll lile in the city llall about 15
petition! under the local improvement bylaw, tin; aggregate
estimated expenditure under the
same   being   liom   $140,oou   to
(150,000, tlic conclusion  la as
forceful as it is unavoidable,that
in a city In whiih ronditione obtain inch as those which exist
in North Vancouver, the general
revenue can bc depended on to
provide only a verj liniitid proportion ol the fundi necessary to
carry uui those street improvements which are essential to the
best internets ui the ciiy and the
ratepayers.
This being the case, there arc-
two expedients to either ol
which ihe city may have recourse lor raising money lor
permanent work on the streets,
one oi ivhich ls to raise money
by waj oi loan upon ilu- general
credit ol tllc illy, alld llie oihu
is lo operate under a local improvement bylaw, in conformity
with the provisions ol lhe municipal clauaee act in tins regard,
and lo raise nioiiet by means ol
a frontage tax upon the properly io be immadiatelj benefitted
bi the improvementi in each in-
itance,   Of ihese two methods,
lhe advantages ol the local Improvement plan are so patent,
and ils siiperioriti is so general*
Ij conceded, ihai It wonld be
superfluous to enter upon any
extended dlf*i**sion of their rela
live merits or demerits 111 this
article,
There tall sialiclt be ally sii'i-
OUI illsselil Irolll lhe .statement
that iiie inteituti of Um dtj,
with reference lo permanent
stieei Improvement!, demand
that the loenl improvement bylaw in made operative nt  the
eaillest pusslble dale. Whatever
details it mat ',11 luiind iiices-
s.ili lu adjust Ul older to ,11-
ComplUh tills end, thei ale only
details, and there ale lio lllsllp-
u,iiala ui formidable difficultiee
whatever in Uu way.    11 it is
thought U1.1t lhe bylaw as il
llow stands dues nol leave suih
neill latitude lm the doing ol
Hew Hulk 111 lhe way ul charing
roadwayi and building sidewalk
iiiit of general let 1 nue, Icl   suih
amendment! be made as will
conform thc governing clanac m
ilns reapect to public opinion.
ll ll is a Iati- allil llulll .tilth, procured been the moot
eminent focal legal lonrcen,   u
appeals lllal ll Is a latt-thnt
lhe Inlaw   as it now   slaiuls,  is
iiui in conformit) wilh the nm*
iiia.iji.il 1 lalim ,,il, then let il
in amended lo complj with ihat
act, mi lhat mtcrpriiing pew
pert) holders mat be enabled tn
avail iheiiiM'ltes iii us provi*
sinus, lu promote tlu li legitimate intereate,
llu problem is now reduced to
smh narrow limits thai all reasonable duulil as lo the best solution is removed, and (urther
(lelai 111 all,lining lllal suiiili ill
is sun It unin 11 ss.,11
DISTRICT BY-LAWS
On Tneedaj next, llth font.,
iln- ratepayers ol thi   diatrict
will be tailed Upull to VOtl UpOl
lime Inl.nts, two "1 uliuh are
in authorial iln borrowing ul
iixiiu\ iui certain Improvementi
under the local Improvement
sntimi of the muniiipal clauaee
set, as petitioned lor bj pro
pert! owneri concerned, and lbi
iiunl bring lur Hu purpoie of
raising bt wn ..i loan un the
general credit oi the tttatrict.tta
Ad Acre Lot on l9thStrect|r" »•»"■"'"••• '•'••• '•■•'
For $735
and also
A SOft. Lot od 191b Street
For $630
Are offered by
ELDER HURRAY CO.
Earth
MILLINERY
DON'T LOOK AT THIS
A hat tlmt haa a fttylith appearand and at the tame lima
miis(iii*|..ry ttnrknisnaliifi pBatfsll} i-iiniinaiiiU 11 large
price.   We have an exception lo the rule in uur
$3.50 and $5.00 HAIS ON SALE SATURDAY
Ki'inemlii-r, Sstunlay onlv.   Come early.
MISS  CURLE
Hj Lonsdale Avenue        Xorlh  Vancouver
****9**-1***<r9**&>***<-<r^^
THE LONSDALE PII A EM AC)
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   PRICES    ...
TRADE AT HOJV1E
GIVE   US A   TRIAL
NEXT ORDER.
ON   YOUR
/'HONE 29
P. S   THOMAS. I'hm. B.
DRUGGIST
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A
Our large assortment of HeatinR Stoves has just sr-
rived froin the factory. We have everything from the
cheapest air tight to to the most expensive hot blast.
Our prices are right and the stoves are the very best
made.
Paine  <& McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
6
it
it
it
Tht    Sherwi n-W i I liamt    Paintt    Cettr
Etrtt
sum uf thirty thousand dollnrs.
to augment ll"' genual tCYcnui
for the CSRnnt year. There is
im nasuii in anticipate any n-
ull, but that the ratepayers
will pass all three bylaws. In
each tase the prutisiuus ul' lhe
municipal clauses ail With reference to a (K-tition from tin
property owneri concerned iin
Which provision! are lined requirements ol a very stringent
nature 1 hate been complied " llll
in llu- lulltsl sense. The pur-
puses lor Whkfa ihese rcspiilivc
uiiuiilits are required are in
thelliselies smh as lo uillllilcltd
ihem lo the judgment uf
11 priigressite rutcputcis.   The
credit ol the diitrict is ol smh
ill exiellent order, lllal the obligations involved in these bylaws will exert no appreciable
elicit upuii il, as the assessed
value ol llu- property throughout the distriii aitording tu thc
last assessment roll was J.I
Hii), and the debenture debt a-
iiuuiiiis to only 975,000,
The pussiliililt ul 1 small Vote
unit being  polled  is always  a
contingency to ba imhinml with
iu smli lasts, and the r,iU| sj
us should inugni/.c the obltga-
tiuti resting upon them to attend
and   to  CM!    then    ballot!   un
these mi|x>rtant issues
Foi Office Stationery try
The Express
Stanley
DON'T
EOROEI
We ularaineirrr in   I i k
SWIFT'S PREMIUM
HAMS and BACON
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PREMIUM COOKED
HAMS
and llial nur prii". rntiimt I*
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C.R.IIICktUN
GROCER
Lonidnle Are mnl sili st
heights
TME REALTY SPOT OE NORTH VANCOUVER
Siiiinti'il i n tin- 1'paiitifiil Sunny Southern Slopes overlooking Hurrard Inlet,
nnd our fair city.
LARGE VIEW LOTS $100
COMERS   ■   •   ■
TERMS-$5.00 Cash:  $5.00 per month or $1 25 per week*
NO INTEREST NO TAXES
Nil.—On Saturday, Ootobet9th-ltl.80p.nl sharp, our launch leaves
Mliingegate wharf (just etat uf North Vancouver ferrv wharf) for Stanley
lh i.liiv Ui- will hi' |ili'iisi'd to furnish transportation to uny persons desiring i-i sit ihi- property.  Quite a number have already made arrangements to
11. Wo will be pleased In have you join the parly* Ample accommodation
will be furnished. We have two streets with a 10-fl. grade on our propertv
which gives you an opportunity to know what wc have to offer. I all and get
one of our descriptive circulars.
Jones •$» Franklin
Not* change In address to
phone 970       449 I 2 Pender St. W.      open evenings I*
EXPRESS, north VANCOUVER, H. C,
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North Vancouver
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Large and exclusive list
Choice City Lots-Cleared
CHESTERFIELD AVENUE between Keilh Road ami 8tb street,
s lew 511 loot lols. Price $1200 each, terms one-fourth cash,
balsnce in 6, 12 and 18 months.
oth and RIDGEWAY. Double corner. Price 11500. Terms one-
fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 snd 18 months,
14TH STREET, in Block 52. Two lots each size 50.x 156 ft. I'riee
I525 each.   Terms one-third cash, balance in 0 and 12 months
IJTH STREET. Two lots in block 52, each size 50 x 156 It. Price
$500 each.    Terms one-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months
4TH anu SUTHERLAND. Corner. Price {1000. Terms one-
fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
3rd and SUTHERLAND. Double corner. Finest view in the
City. Price $2500. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12
and 18 months.
12th STREET, in Block 83. Lots size 50 x 157 feet. Price $600
each.   Terms, one-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months.
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, full sized lot only $1500, all cash
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, corner. Price $2000. Terms,
one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
OTTAWA GARDENS.   A few choice lots at first cost.
GRAND BOULEVARD. Choice of all the unsold lots at first
prices.   Select neighborhood.    Building restriclions.
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BEAUTIFUL HARBOR VIEW TRACT. A few full sized lots
yet obtainable (at first cost.) Prices from Jt 175 to $250 each.
Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
LONSDALE AVENUE. A few remaining lots at first cost. Prices
from $47j to $500 each. Terms, one-third cash, balance in 6
and 12 months.
KEITH ROAD. Corner in block 5. Price $715, Terms one-fifth
cash, balance in eight quatterly payments.
Semi-Business Property
KEITH ROAD AND JONES AVENUE. Corner size 60 x 140 ft.
Price {2000. Terms, one-fourth cash, balsnce in 6, 12 snd 18
months.
LONSDALE AVENUE in hesrt of the Citv* Site for business
block.    Size 100 ft. x 130 ft.    Price only fijooo.
West Capilano
A few choice acreage tracts at prices thst insure a handsome profit.
Lijnn  Valley
Acreage tracts and blocks at less than one-half the prices per acre of
adjoining lands that are subdivided and being sold in loll.
Estates
As we are Sole Agents for the sale of properties snd a large number
ol Estates in the City and District intending purchasers get
the benefit of first prices as well as thc large-it list of North
Vancouver properties to choose from.
We have alio a good list ol property fronting on waterfront, ist, 2nd
and 3rd streets.    A few snaps at less than prevailing prices.
FIRE INSURANCE in reliable companies
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.D. 1906, undei the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chief plsce of business in North Vancouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Telephone 15
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RKPORT   OF   M.PARTMKV*'
OF INTERIOR
According to the report ol the
department ot the interior for
the year ending March )!, 1909,
just to hand, the agent at Kamloops granted 400 homestead entries during the year, and the
total revenue Irom that ofica
was J2.863.85.
The report ol the crown timber agent at New Westminster,
shows total receipts amounting
to J55.7J<).25. The sa*' "lllls
cut during the year, approximately 53.9-»3.»57 leet, and ovnnj*
to the previous year's surplus,
were sold 54,621,244 leet. The
royalty dues under license amounted to J26.870.97. Then-
were 23 saw mills operating under dominion license, four
shingle mills and six combined
saw mills and shingle mills, and
timber was cul Irom 62 ditierent
berths.
One hundred and three letters
patent lor homesteads were
granted in British Columbia
during the year, covering 14,-
903 acres. Twenty-lour .tales ol
dominion lands were made, covering 1,603 acres, and bve patents were issued lor C. P. R.
roadbed and station ground--,
covering 105 acres.
The statistics with regard to
immigration show a total oi
146,908, ol whom 59,832 came
direct from the United S' i'es.
April was the premier month
Ior immigration, totalling 2-),
753. The British Lies provi.led
52,901 of this total, H whom
37,019 were Knglish, 11,810 wen-
Scotch, and J.W9 were Irish.
Galicians totalled (1,644, Chiicsc
1,887, Japanese juj (as against
7,601 the previous year) Fr-juih
1,830, German 1,257, I'uiian 4,-
228, Russian 5,547. In .ill 54
countries or nationalities were
represented.
A line on the character of
ocesn travel is gathered from
the lact that H$Mi passengers
arrived in Csnada via ocean
ports, of whom 14,588 travelled
saloon and 130,843 steerage. Ol
these, 1,s 17 entered Canada by
the port ol Vancouver, 1,074 of
this number being Chinese, and
1,302 entered at Victoria, of
whom 777 were Chinese and 433
were Japanese.
The surveyor general's report
shows that during the year under review there were in all JJ
survey parties in the field nil
through the dominion, eight u.
which were at work in British
Columbia, and one on the b.'in-
'darv between this province and
1 Yukon territory. The work
idone in British Coliiiiihi 1 in led.
ed the triangulation ol the railway belt, south iti-.cl west of
IGolden,   necessary    -.unci I   ut
Lakes Louise nml Kiancwnnke
the establishment oi tin B. C.Yukon boundary between thc
Tatshenshini and T.ikhini 1 iters
a distance ol about 30 milts, an
examination of the lands in the
valleys in the railway belt, in
order to classify llr 111 :is fruit
land, farming land, [tatting land
timber land, or worthies land.
The total mileage surveyed  all
through   the   dominion   dating
the year was 24,502.05 and the
total cost ol the same >b|I |lS.-
74.
.UacI.KNX.YN - MAIM 1,1,
The rile ul huly matrimony
irni celebrated an the evening
aol Tuesday, October 5th between
Donald Mail.ciinan, the ivell-
kiumii contractor of this city,
and Miss Alice L. M. Mai
formerly oi Toronto, and num
recently of Vancouverc I   Tin*
happy event look place at the
I residence oi Ur, and .Mrs. Pecta,
4U1 street east. The bride was
supported by Miss .Sadie Peers,
Rev, B. II. Balderston officiated
[and the groom by Ira Peers.
jMr. and .Mrs. MacLciiiian are residing at 235 41I1 slreet west,
.this city.
FAIRVIEW ESQlliVULT GREENHOUSES
LliiilN-I
1 luili .-I
CIT FLOWERS
in tiiwn it liiwent |iriee»,      (iit.. in 11 iriul fur
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
Ml Hastings St., W.        Vancoaver, B.C
nrnrBU    gm—Tr—m—amm ■ * un^msss___t___us
Li|:m Valley Lumber Co.
Are prepared to deliver at shortest notice
;   ,    :    :    :   all kinds of   :   :    :    :    ,
Rough   nnd   Dressed
LUMBER
Cltg Office, 39 Lonsdale Ave.   Phont .lb
P.O. ADDRESS:       LYNN CKEEK, B.C.
NORTH VANCOIIVER CITY
The quarter ol liurarrd lnlft which was developed by the Canadian Pacific Railway, with
result of large Customs revenue to Canada, no longer sitisfics the re.piireuienti ol lhe Dominion.
Th.- timi) has come when tin- Inlnrenti uf the PROVINCE AND DOMINION
AUKK DEMAND TIIK DEVELOPMENT OF GREATER BURRARD IN-
LET, OF WHICH NORTH VANCOUVKR CITY IS TIIK CENTRE AND
FOCI'S.
North Vancouver hss jo miles of watcrfror-.tsge available for industries, shipping and railway bases.
The Canadian Government bat voted llioo.ooo, also $6,400 per mile for bridging the Inlet
and connecting North Vancouver by rail wiih Vsncouver.
Tbe Dominion Minister ol Public Worki stated this summer on the Coast that il necessary
he would favor additional Govsnuntnl assistance to complete llus bridge, and the lipaditJng of
this connecting link, available by all railroads, now engage! North Vancouver City snd llie
neighboring municipalities with the approval of the Provincial Government
THK JERRY BY8TEM AT PRESENT CONNECTING WITH VANCOUVER is UNDER CONTROL of North VANCOUVKR CITY.  AND l\
TRA BOAT AND WHARFAGE ARK NOW BUNG ARRANGED FOR
The Canadian Mexican Pacific Steainlhip Company, having selected and used Norlh Vancouver as the objective point fur thtiir magnificent liner " Lonsdale," Norlli Vsncouw'l officisl
life as a poll Ins begun. As far as human judgment can see Nortli Vani out. 1 \ progress it
inevitably certain. Those in the country best able to judge have expresied anticipation lhat
she will be to Vancouver what Birkenhead is to Liverpool, and may eventually do a shipping
business larger than that done on the Vancouver lid*.
Nortli Vancouver'i population and building are incessantly increasing Hs* Grand
Houlevard is the largest on tin- American continent, and her real estate offers opportunities le
investors which cannot be bettered, and are possibly unequalled on the Pacific Coasl.
Maps and printed information as to the Cilv of Nortli  Vancouver will be mpplied on
application to
Norih Vancouver Land 6 Improvement Co.,!!?
Mahon, Mcf arland iU Mahon, Ltd., Lti)., Official Aejent*.
CORNER PENDER AND SEYMOUR STREETS, VANCOUVER, R. C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
SCOTTISH GAMES
Rev. A. lv. Vert, New Westminster, deputy grand ehiel ill
the Sons ol Scotland, wai ■» th*
dty on Tueiday in connection
with the Scottish spoil at lbs
provincial fair, on Wednesda)
next, October 13th. Mr. Veil
reports that mnsiderable Interest is being taken in these sports
in this eitv and a goodly Pflffl'
ber ol local eiilrics lias .ure.i.li
bun   reeeiveil. The    several
eventi on lite progtan are as
follows:
loo yards race iboys   14   u-.irs
anil umler
Throwing 1Mb hammer
Bali uuk race
Tossing the -.aber
loo yards nee
Putting ihlb shot
Running long jump
One mile race
Throwing 5blb weight
Sack race
Running l-op-step-and-jump
220 yards race
Vaulting with pole
120 yards hurdle race
Running high jump
Highland  tlmg (boyi 14 viars
and under)
Highland fling ( girls  14 ytai1
and under
Sword dance (boyi 14 years a..d
underj
Siioid daBCt 1 girls 14 years and
under
The entry in- lor each event ie
5OC and for juvenile competition! it is Iree* Kntrii-s max
be made by addressing Kev. A.
lv Veil, 12,1 Agnes streei, New
Westminster.
KAMLOOPS
The G. T. P. engineers luu
completed lhe survey through
the Yellowhead pan and eail u
tar as Edmonton, Thai rail-
nay ami the C. N. K. are lloiv
r.11 nig lor the route south Irom
this cilv, through Nicola and
Siiiiilkaiiietii, via Hope mountains to the loast.
VERNON
The ratepayer! mil lie asked
i.a inti upon a by I.i n lo DOtTOW
money for lhe extension ol 7th
street.
The new Jubllu  hospital 11.1s
opened  with appropriate cere-
nioliy on Monday last. The
building is a i.ip.ieioUs structure
1110 stonvs, f(nd built   in   thc
form ol llio sides ol a M|U,ile.
Considerable dissalislailloli is
lelt locally, in conneilloii with
the Ok,in.ig,in exhibit at the
Toronto exhibition, as il is
understood ihal the exhibit was
located nt great dbadvantagi
by those to iiholll llie Walter
u.is entrusted.
BANK OF HAMILTON
Total assets oi over thirty million
dollurs are entrusted to the custody
oi the Banh oi Hamilton.
Your Savings Account Solicited.
H. L. PAYNTER, Agent
North Vancouver
I
NELSON
W. .1. Murphy 11,is killed and
Charles McDonald was seriously
injured by means ol an ore wagon drawn by a six horse team
crashing through a bridge on the
in.ul to the Vniir mine. Ned
Oddie, another passenger, escaped unhurt.
In a leu days, the ratepayers
will vote Upon a bylaw lo guarantee lhe bonds ol a street railway company, lor this city.
A movement is on foot to establish a broom factory here to
replace the one reuntly destroyed by lire at l-'ruitvale.
The Alma .M. mineral claim
was this Week taken over by
two mining men Irmn the 10,1st
under a working bond. Operations were begun al unci* oil lhe
mine.
An apple fair will be held in
this eity early 111 Noveinlier.
Tin lotal ore shipments Irolll
this district lor the past week
Wete 40,341 tons, and the total
'smelter receipts 37, :N.} tons. The
totals for the year thus far are
respectively 1,361,15b tons, and
1,246,626 tons.
REVELSTOKE
This city will embark upon
an energetic publicity campaign.
The board of trade has laken active steps iu this regard and the
C. P, K. publicity depart men 1
will Utilise ils wide resources
for tlie benclit of Revelstoke.
The local public schools arc
overcrowded, and temporary
quarters will bc secured, pending permanent arrangements.
j Extensive enlargements are in
contemplation to the civic power plant, to keep pace with the
rapidly increasing demands upon
the lighting system.
The local roundhouses of the
C. P. R. will shortly be equipped to handle the entire repair
work for this division. From
200 to tyo men will be einploi -
ed.
Cars  leave Ierry  landing lor
all points, as follows:
•6.15 a.m.
•6.45  "
•7.20  "
750  "
8.20   "
8.50   "
9.30   "
9-45   "
After which cars leave at ten
minutes past the hour and twenty minutes  to  the  hour  until
midnight.
• Not on Sunday.
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Cars leave Lonsdale Avenue,
Keith Road, and Queensbury
Avenue Terminals as follows:
'6.05 a.m.
•6.30  "
•7.00   "
'7 35
8.05
8.35   "
9.00   "
9-25  "
9-45  "
10.15  "
io-55  "
After which cars leave ..t bu*
minutes to the hour and iwi-u*
ty-five minutes alter tie hour
until midnight.
For Grouse Mountain take the Lonsdale Avenue car. For
Lynn Valley take* the Queensbury Avenue car. For Capilano
take the Keith Road car.
POVINCIAL   ELECTIONS  ACT
RICHMOND  BLBCTORAL  DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICE tli.it I Ii.im iiiinui objection In wriling lo the following names bung retained 1.1 placed on iln 1.isi oi \.,1.1s lor tin Richmond Electoral Diitrict, on tin* grounds ttt
<    ppO     Ml      I  .llll    11,lllll
AM)  lake notice  lb.it  ,il   .1   l 1.llll   ol  Kiusinii In Im  held oil llli   1st da\ nl Nni 1 mini    li-o-j,
ai iln im ll. Jl. North Vaacoavei  H 1 . .it lea o'clock m the inn in.on. I ihal] heal .iiul duer-
iiiiin iln saul objections, and unbss ilu pmoai objected io, or MM other Provincial Vol
llnil lib,.11 sallsli  Ine lllal the s.iid objection ot ,ill\   olu ol lllllll alt  lint lull Intituled.  I --llall
Stnkl   llll    ll.llllt'S nil   llll   s.llal   Keglsli I
Dated tins 71I1 ea) ol Oetefar, 1909,
THOMAS SHEPHERD
Registrar nt Voters lor Klillllinlld l'.Tl'i lnl.ll Distriii
LIST OF NAMES OBJECTED TO
K"K*
Ho.
NAME
lle.iilene*.
Pmlr-winn
Tra.li- or
Calling
(ir.iiinil
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lll.jerlla.li
Angtlo Kerrur     Haitian T.8., Haitian P.O    lonaua.     Not British Subject
C.uistppi I'aonessa      Vu toria road, South Vancoaver laboiar.    ,...Not British Subject
C.alllleb Itubiin .-.'ml slnu  mst,  V..11. oilier        btniti Not  British laat
Wilhelin Larson       .-.lb avium, S.,nth Y.iiimiivcr     i.irpt-iil.-i.      Nnl British Subject
iiiii Creel P.O.
Audio Sexttn    ... ll. ...lui.m's Island fisherman Not la Richmond B D
iiilins rutin       lit,Ionian's island iisluini.iii Not in Richmond E D
l.lai   Hlasitll Id adlliall'-* I  1*111*1 li*-ln rill,ill   Nol in K It lilllotnl K I)
Doineiiitii I'uiniih      Hi-adman's Isl..ii'l ...  lisheriiiaii Not la Richmond E D
.lohn Loii'lon K.iiniit    ,., 933 Hornby stmi, Vamouver... broker Nol in RlUunohd L I)
(Hal Wel/ell        21;,   ird street,Notlh Vmiintl'il   n.il islale    Nnt Hnllsli Subject
agent
iniul Miiinn.ibi Lum Vallu. North Vaacoavei nn-rihani *i
1     tta thai |Mrsnns objected i" censed, lot ,, ptriod ol sli months, ant beion Uu hold-
lag i*i Mu Court d Revision m Klchaoad Electoral Diatrict,
NORIH HAIRY
VANCOUVER . WW ■
Phone 126      Store 111 1st street west
Night iJulivery of day's Milk nmi Cr«iim;
.|iiKlii\ Kiuthii't'cii New UM |':k*« en im tnl;
dim enoiM Abbutuford Creamery IIuiUt; and
Ice Cronm.
Phone 12r»       Leave orrierii nt itore,
WM. PHILIP Prop.
North Vancouver
Transfer
1. *NMJS
l*ro*-rltt«*r
Cartage, Removals,
Parcel Delivery,
Storage
ON       KKAiaalNAIIl.k*     THUtU
OFFIK:—10RS9ILE HftKUf/KEAR WHARF
Telephone 70. Night Calls ij
WEDDING
RINGS
New Clothing
Tor Tall
Has Just Arrived
Buy early while there is a
large range to choose from.
Every suit is a bargain
CUM MINGS
Gem's Clothing,        Furnishings        Men's,   Ladies', and
Children's Hoots nnd Slims.
NKXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
Are bought lor, but not by women, yet the fair sex are often
consulted about the purchase,
or they should be. Wedding
rings cannot be too good in
quality—the; are nnt everyday
purchases. We have them in
heavy solid gold, guaranteed
to last a long Itletitiie. In
other styles ol rings we easily
lake the lead in variety, quality snd low prices. Huy your
l> ueliv lure and you will get
the best value lor your money.
W.  11.  UTIINIT
W.  f.  MUHKISIIN
Sole agenta lor Mnrescn, the belt
material (or walla and ceilingi
Phone Km
W. H. STONEY (Sl CO.
Signs of every ili'scription
Wallpapers, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, tto.
House Fainting   Glazing, Paper Hanging,  Kalsominiug
Decorating, ete,
GRASSIE & CO.
31! Cambie Street
B*K
Look lor the above trade niatk,
the sign nl quality, on your
cereal foods.
We nianiifarluri- llie bi-kl
Rolled Oats
on the market today.
Leave your ordera with us for
HAY, GRAIN
ANU  CHOI'
Prompt Delivery
S.ilisf^i linn (iuarniitied
ike Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdale Avenue,
at Ferry Landing
Jes. Chapman,   local manager
Phone 37
Artistic Designs Bound Workmanship
Moderate Prices
LAW A KNOWLES
P.O. Box 28
Architects and Buildnn
We Can Dtslfn snd We Can Build
Canyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
THE FINEST TOURIST RESORT ON THE
B. C. COAST
AUTOMOBILE STAGE meets every car st end ol Keith
Koad I ine, North Vancouver.
Hales ti. 50 per day and upwards.
P. LARSON,
Proprietor.
F. CANCELLOR,
Manager
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Sna|) in Lynn Valley
1 ini.i|iiarler acre blook, on Centre Komi, close to store and car line.
1875, $7.r> cash, Iho balance in <>, 12 and 1* nioiillis.
Another snap in   Lvnn Valley—3 acres in  D.L 2169, $1076.   H7fl
cash, the Italaiiee inli and l'i months.       For a short time only.
THESE mie THE TWO BEST BUYS iN l/NN VALLEY
Martinson & Co.
Rciil Iiiui, ond Insurance Arents
Sturm VANCOUVER,B.C. I'l IK EXPRESS, WORTH VANCOUVER, li. C.
The university ot Washington
is now publishing a daily newspaper, trom the educational
building on the lair grounds.
The paper is issued as a part of
the course in the school of journalism of the university. Visil
ors to the fair are allowed free
access to the priming ollices.aiid
are enabled to follow the niak
ing of a big daily ihro iglnur.
William Jennings Bryan,U-ini
ed by many "The second man in
the nation" will speak at the
exposition, Tuesday, October 12.
The democratic central committal is planning to equal or to
excell the record made at tiie reception ol President Taft,
""Rah Kah Day" whnh lias appeared in the program for the
past four months, 'oul '.he nature
ot which has remains 1 e mastery, is at last i-xpUiint-1. It is
announced that "Kali Kah. Day"
will be one of general liianksgiv-
ing for one of the most successful expositions ever heid in any
country. On that day—Ociob-.r
16, the closing day of th. fair—
everything in the grounds it'll
be thrown wide open and high
carnival will reign supreme
Grotesque costumes, ar loads
of confetti, innumerable, tin
horns and cow bells, steam
whistles and sky rockets will be
thc order—or the disorder—61
day and night. President C'.iil-
berg will officially give the keys
of every locked door in ue
grounds to a popular king, elect
ed by the mob, throw his hai
over the government building,
e.ssay three summersaults in ihe
geranium bed in front of the
statue of George Washing mi,
snd from that minute, pandemonium will reign. Suih mil
be the beginning of "Kah Kali
Day" but what the cul mu! be
docs not yet appear.
groceries
provisions
boots and shoes
geNts1 fUrNisHiNgs
Our aim is to give satisfsi tion
to our custom* is.
Our delivery goei to sll parti et
the city. II \ou hate no telephone leave youi Bene snd
our delivery ttill call.
terms of the said By-Ian to all
owners of land or real property
abutting on said pari of Centre
Koad as shewn by the last revised Assessment Koll of the
District of id the proposed
work of local improvement, (al
lhe estimated cosl of said work,
(3) the annual Ironl,ige rate lo
lie levied on the owners' lot   or
DODDS ir-
TYSON
Cor.
Telephone 41
8th St, and Lonsdale
nni
sliurl, m,iU.r.,tel» unfile I lutb-ni 11
lnine.nl Ken*1*",! pilliln- interim mil U
piiblinlu-rl In Tin. Kxpkhkh.
No coin mil 11 lentuin |mli|i»lieil ei,, 11
iimt »i|jii»iiiri'n( atriia-r.
Tm Kxi-Ki.. i. in tm mo* responsible
Inr ih,. n|,minii.,,f sensMMidsnts, mnl
MaMrYea llie unlit tn lermiiwte ll tlmeii**.
rion tl mn tiun-.
DISTRICT OF NORTH
VANCOUVER
A BY-LAW
To auili irise ilu carrying out oi
the work of Local Improvement of part t>l Centre Road
and the raising lit way of Local Imp: jvi-in-.it Del it-11 hires
thc .sun oi 17,353.60 to provide fo'll-lifths of tile mst nl
carrying oul the .said work
and to assess and levy the
Frontage Tax or Kate required to provide for the payment of tin- interest and to accumulate a Sinking Fund tn
pay off tin- said Debentures,
lots of land and real property
Lued and determined on an equal
frontage basis,and on the Bonds
to in- issued being lor a period
of 20 years and bearing interest
at five per cent per annum, iiiid
(4) that the plan, prolile and
specification and estimate prepared by the engineer and the
■aid By Lm were at Ike District Municipal Ollice for inspection!
AND WIIKKKAS no appeals
were made against the number
of owners or areas of laud or
frontages or   the   amount   ol
.iiinn,il Iiunl,ige assessment levied as aforesaid on said lands,
and the said assessments mie
sustained and the list oi otvneis
and areas jl land or frontages
and frontage raits as made and
provided for now form, the respective lists to be used and embraced in tne said local improve-
nieut scheme.
AND tt'IKKKAS a Petition
has been reci ived by lite Council
dates as to each signature and
signed by ll-.e majority iu number ol tne- registered and assessed owneri holding more than
three-fifths  ol   the   frontage   nl
the s.iid lands to be benefitted
by the- said local Improvement,
asking that the work before  re-
tiitil be carried out as a local
improvement,   and  that  tour-
fifths of the cost thereol be raised by Debenture Bondi on t insecurity uf such local improvement ratei to be levied as hereinbefore set forth;
WHEREAS the Centre Koad
Local Improvement By-law, 1009
was passed by lhe Council to
provide lor asci-rl.lining the land
10 be benefitted and the proportion oi benefit received by such
lands from the proposed clearing, grading,  hiiulevaiililig   .unl
macadamising ol Centre Koad,
in tin- District of Norih Vancouver, from llu- Koss Koad to the
Denipeey Koad, including the cx-
uiipi 1.iiinn of that part of Centre Koad between Knss Koad
and l.iiin Valley Koad, ami to
provide lor the proportion of
■ uivners   ol   such   land   and   the
....     _ proportion of frontage to be re-
Kdltor Kxpress presented by such owners ncccs-
Sir,—1 read in your current sary to petition for currying out
issue that the ferry coiupniiy are jsuch work as a local improvc-
grantiug Jjoo to the civic adver- liit-nl and that the cost ol the
tising committee. Is it too jsaint'may be assessed and levied
iiiiuli to ask lor a small sum to by a spei ial rate upon tin- lands
be donated by the aforesaid benefitted thereby according to a
committee towards some iiim special lronlage rale. '
mtandescent lamps and towards | AND WHEREAS 111 terms ol
s.uiieiine's wages deputed tOLjd Bv-latv. Ur, Donald Cam-
keeping thelll clean' ,*-,„,,  municipal engineer iif lhe
This, sir, would very material-1 District, prepared a plan,  pro-
re assist in popularising   this file, specification md estimate
place.,   At present the constant j0| the cost ul lhe said lmal mi-
ferry user has either to sit shiv- jprnvi-nu-iit wink,;
ernig outside or in a diriy.dmgi ;   AND WHEREAS tbe total e»
room, with filthy spitoons  indltJmated cost ei said local   im-
dirtier lamps that will only give [provetnettt -u*rk was $1.1,1,7;
a very dim light.    1 cleaned one ,   AND tt HEREA8 by said T!v-
myself   the  other   dav,   but   I i,iw jt j, provided   that   imu
could not clean tlu- carbon [mm Ififths ,,1 s,,nl Colt 111.iv be raised
the inside face of the glass globe'|,v Debenture Bonds issued mi
!
of debt ivhich this Dy-law is intended to create Is 17,333.60 and
ilu* tame is being created to
provide 1 lund for the Improvement of Centre Koad under local Improvement plan;
AND WHEREAS the  total
amount to be raised annually
by special laic lor paying the
debt and interest under tins IU
law is {606.40, lieing $343.72 for
Milking (mid and J362.MI for interest;
AND   WHEREAS   lhe   value
oi ilu* whole land or Improvements or real properly rateable
under this lit law according to
the lasl revised Assessment Koll
's $17,353
AND
hereby
first day of May and   the   lirsl
day ol November In each and
every year during the currency
of the said Debentures or any ol
them. There shall be attached
in the Debenture Bonds Coupons signed by the Keeve lor
each and every payment of. interest lhat may become due and
such signature may be elthei
written or stamped.,
5. The said Debenture Bonds
as to principal and interest shall
be payable at lhe District   Alit-
uiclpal Hall, Nurtli Vancouver,
B. C., and the said principal
sum shall be made payable by
lhe Corporation al a dale mu
later than   twenty   years   liom
the ist day ol November, iyoy.
6. For the purpose ol form
ing a Sinking Fund lor the payment ol said Debentures at maturity and Ior payment of the
interest thereon as il becomes
due there is hereby assessed and
levied—over and above all othei
rales alld taxes — the annual
sums set opposite the properties
hereaftei described, to be known
as the "Centre Koad Frontage
Kati" which sums shall be payable oul ol and Irom the said
properties respectively, viz.:
Reconsidered and I'm,illv adop-lehall be sealed wiih the seal oi
ted and signed by iiu- Reeve ind tbe Corporation.
Clerk and sealed witli
pontic Seal on tlie
day of
Cor
1909,
•M. 11
U.L.
I'ruiivr
ink.
r
Lol
lii.ulMKi*     Aunm
Art-it          Krtie
3l69
91
302  feet $23.42
2169
90
302
" $23.42
2169
70
302
" S23.42
21t>9
71
302
"  ->-\M-!
2169
51
302
" J23.42
2169
50
303
" $23.42
2169
30
am
" $23.42
2169
31
303
" $2342
2169
11
3175
" >-').(.1
2169
10
317-5
" $24.61
20:3
'5
1
126.8
" $ 9.S5
3023
19
2
126.8
" $ 9-«5
2023
15
3
126.8
" $ 9-»5
2023
15
5
253-6
" 119.66
2023
16
&34
" $-19-1-1
202),
11
b
3"
" $24-15
2023
11
'7
310.4
" >J|."h
2023
10
7
312.4
" $24.25
2023
10
8
313
" $24.26
2023
6
5
633.38
" $48.35
2023
7
1
476.68
" $36.95
2023
7
7
146.7
" $11.40
2023
3
8
150.6
" $11.70
2023
3
7
176
" II3.6J
2023
2
10
270
" Ltao.95
2023
2
9
176.6
" $13.70
2023
2
8
332.6
" M.05
CAMHIl'.I.I. HOPE,
Architect
Rirlllll<ill.l Hrrliinil Uislrirl
NOTICE is hercliy given that
I shall, on Monday, the ist <i,n
ol November, 1909, at the hour
of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, .11
thf City Hall, North Vain011
ver, B.C., hold a Court ot Revision, for the purpose of hear-1years
ing and determining any and all |   AND   WHEREAS   four-fifths
objections to   the   retention   ofjoi the said total mst ol $'1,067
the security ol spei ial lronlage
rales to be levied on  said benefitted lands and that lhe Conn
cil mat assess and let t upon the
.frontage lands frontage rates or
Um determined as therein provided, Which lronlage laics 111
all must be stilluiciit lo provide
an Annual I-'uiul for payment ol
the Intersil OH Utt said Debenture Bonds and lor forming a
Sinking Fund to Itpty the principal   ol   the   said   debt   in   2o
Thc said Centre Koad Front
age Rale shall be and is hereby
levied and charged annually lor
the period ol twenty years along
with, in addition io und as
forming part ol lhe Annual Real
Estate Taxes payable for and
out of the said respective properties oi tin* Corporation; ind
1 certified cop] nl tin said Petition and ol this Bt-lau mav be
WIIKKKAS the debt j registered in the I.and Registry
created  is created  on Office In tbe City of Vancouvei
the    Set'Utlly    ol     the    special  as a charge agaiiisl said nsp.i
rates   .settled   and   levied   bt   lite lands for  the  rales above
this By-la*  and guaranteed   by specilied, subject  to  llie  miuli
the credit ol the whole  liuinict-.tioiis and provisions in llu* next
Polity; nireemlliii seciion ol this Bv-
THEREFORE BE IT BNAC- law.
TKD by lhe Keeve alld Council ' 7. In the event ol the ottlieis
ol the Corporation oi the Dis- „i the s,.j(j properties or eilhei
trici   ol   North   Vancouver in of them subdividing anv oi  the
Council assembled, (with the as properties licrcili'Vlorc' ilescrib-
scitt ol the Electors of said ed and charged with said Centn
District) as follows, vi/..: ko.ul Frontage Rate, the   said
1, Authority is hereby given Kate s|,,,n ,,ls„ 1,, proportional
the Council  to carry out the ly subdivided and nettled accord
jwork of clearing, grading, l,.,u _g t0 ,\^ [rotitugc ol e.uh part
levanting and macadamliing U lot abutting on eeid Centre
that part ot Centre Road inline toad and the subdivision ol the
described and lo expropriate the land shall be so made lhat   no
necessary land to continue Cen
in-   Koad   liom   I.tiin  Valley
Road lo Koss Koad all as a lo-
i.il Improvement under and by
VirtM ol the said  luili,   Koad
Local Improvement lit law,1904 i
2. It shall be lawlul for   the
part or lot k* abutting will
have a less depth lhan one hundred and twenty feel back from
smh frontage, ainl on suih subdivision king so 111.ule aiul up-
d
Eldon ul Ilic liiulricl ol kill
lancoincr
TAKE NOTICK that the
above is a true copy ol the pin-
posed By-law upon ivhich the
vote of the Muiiicipalily will bt
taken within the polling plates
ai  the Lynn  Valley  Institute
Hall and the Dm tiling House,
corner ol Lonsdale avenue   ami
Queen Street, both m the District ol North Vancouver, ue
Tuesday, tlie 12th day ol October, 1909, between the limns oi
9 o'clock a.m.and 7 o'clock p.m.
ALKX. I'IIII.II'
C.M.C. and Returning Officer.
PUBLIC   NOTICE is kerchi
given that the vole ol the l'.l-
citois ol lhe District ol .North
Vancouver will be taken mi
"The Centre Road Local Improvement Loan By-law, 1909,"
ou Tuesday,   the   12th day   of
October, 1909, between the hours
of 9 o'clock a.m. and 7 o'clock
p.m., within the lollowing polling places, vii.; The Lynn Valley Institute Hull and the Dwelling IloUse,conier Lonsdale ate
and yueen Street, in the District
ot North Vancouver, and thai
Alexander Philip has been appointed Returning Olhcer, to
lake the voles ol such Klectors
with the usual powers in thai
behalf.
By order of the Couucil,
JNO. Y. McNAl'GHT,Reeve
ALKX. PHILIP, C.M.C.
proved by tne Council  loi   the
registration ol the map or plan in Council assembled ^mith
Council to i.nse bj way of foan thereof, then the said Frontagi |ueent ,.1 ihe Blecton 0
Kale shall be a ihalgi   olilv   oll
smh parts or lots abutting   mi
said street having ,, depth h.uk
Maids of not less than one huii-
diiil and twenty leet
any name or names on the Beg-
mst of Voters for the Richmond
Electoral District.
Dated  st   Norlh   Vancouver,
this 22nd day of September, 1909
THOMAS SHKl'IIKKI)
Kegistrar nf  Voters  Ior  the
Richmond Klectoral District.
WRTIV»rorvr.RlilRi:ssiH.HH,
Un I'HKI'lMT'iRY
Ml.,.. 1   vt nini.r.n*! V i. i'r.ilw.11
l>*piirlri„.,il. .nil l.-fTl. .. l„'l..,,.
Kiflri,!,,.,*. n  »
Pfi-p.l.l'.n   I      l-.flnnn.li
*ll».lliri1     (> '.I   l,.  ,1   *  I.a   11 *I1*I|||>
Fnl |,»mr*.rti!« rir   .|,,,|, t" I'0, (Mil Hfi.nr
• I Ui«lcliotil,.i,'.l.iBHItlf An. mill I'll, M
aliioiuits lo f7,3M.6a and il   is
necessary   to  raise   lit   ttat   ol
frontage tax tne sum of F606.40
io provide .in annual lund lor
payment ol interest at the rati
of live per cent   per  annum  mi
the saul  slllll   ol   17,253,60   alld
an ;i ti ti ti .11 pevment ton ardi Uu
Sinking l-'utnl to repay the laid
principal sum in X) tears;
AND   WHEREAS   thi   s.ml
sum ol t*ci.4fi has been assessed
and levied on a frontage basis
as hereinafter Specified and enacted;
AND WHEREAS the 'Ink ol
the Council gave due nolice   111
from my pei son oi persons,bodj
or bodies corporate npon Debentures to be issued as heri.ilii 1
provided .1 sum ol money not
exceeding m the whole the sum
of S;,.'Svl>" and to i.uise the
same to be paid 111 to lhe   Dall'-i
ol British North America lo the
credit  ol   the  said  C
for the purpose above recited
3.     Debenture   Bonds   ol   tIncorporation   Ul   be   designated
"The Centre Road Local Improvement Debenture Bonds" to
all  .iliiolllll    not    exceeding    the
laid sum oi (7,253,60 in whole
may be issued by the Keeve and
Clerk ol the Corporation In
ui ms ol the Municipal Clauses
Aii and oi thii By-law in sums
as may be required, but not lor
mon ih.hi v <.. i,uit. ffach
oi the said Debentures shall bc
District of kill tinier
A BY-LAW
T" suable the Corporation ol
the District oi Norlh Valium
ver lo raise by way of loan
tlie sum of {130,000 lor the
[iurpo.se   ol   augmenting   llie
General Revenne oi ihe Diitrict.
WIIKKKAS a iKiition dated
as to lath MgUalUlc aud sign--'
by Uu* oil Heis ol more than «>..-
llall ill value ol lhe Keal l'lo-
perty 111 the Districi ol North
Vancouver, as sllcMIl by lllc lasl
revised AssesMiieiit Koll, has
beeii presented lo lhe Council ol
lhe said District requesting lliem
to introduce alld pass a By-law
to aullioii/.e ihein to borrow
the sum oi $30,000 for lhe ptu-
pose ol augmenting the Genual
Revenne oi the Corporation;
AM) WIIKKKAS it will be
netessary to raise annually In
spei ial rate the sum ol >l,8h5
lor lhe term ol thirty years lor
lhe repayment ol lhe said Loan
and lor llllenst tlu icon al lhe
rate ol   four  and   oue hall   |ki
cent, as hereinafter provided;
H~ WIIKKKAS lhc value ol
lllc whole rateable property 111
the said Distiut .mottling to
the lasl revised Assessment Koll
amounts lo 113,054,8201
AND WIIKKKAS the aggn
gati   ol  UN Deben tint:   Debt   ol
ihe  Municipality   (eneept  lor
works ot loial improvement) including the Loan hereby aulhor-
i.'nl amounts to ,<;.s,ooo;
HKKKl-OKK  llie  Keel,   anal
c 1 itinul oi the Corporation oi
the Diatrict oi North Vancouv*
the
the
Disliut duly obtained 1 do luu
bj enact u tollowa, vi*.:
1      It sh.1,1 be l.iwjul lm  th,
Council  lor  the  purpose  nfor,
is ,iinii   said to borrow of ninety way
laid, and tin* run.undi r   ol   the  "1 loan liom any person 01 p. 1
-.iiii properties so subdivided m sons, body or bodies corporate,
ally) shall be freed and released Iwho Ilia)  be willing to advance
"'M.'t'"'*  from Ule said Kate as a charge  the same u,,,,,, ih, u,,|n „, ,|.(
or l'en. Debentures hereinafter provided
■s-   The debt hereby created is lor oi tins Cocporation a sum or
created on the lecunty   ol   lhe sums of uioirK not exceeding in
■aid Centre RoadFronUgeK.il 1 the whole the'sum ol $30,000,
sillied and  levied   as   hclcinln -   and to cause   the   same   to   be
I""   provided nnd it is giiaraii-  plated in the   Bank   ol   British
leed  by  the  Muniii]i,ilnt   at North Aiiuiiia in North  Van
•arge couver, to the credit ol ilu Coi
<J.     This Bv-law shall   mine ipor.iliou loi tin purpose ol ,mg
3. The said Debenture Bonds
shall bear lliteiest al a late llnl
acceding lour end one-hall pi 1
cent per annum, payable half-
yearly oil lhe 1st da) oi Hay
and on the 1st dn] oi November
in c.nli ami every year during
the currency ol said Debentures
or any of llieni.    Then- shall be
attached to tin Debenture Bonds
Coupons  signed   by   lhe   Keen*
only Ior each and mi) payment
of interest thnt shall become
due, aliil sliili sign,1 Miles i:;,iv
be either wn, .11 oi stamped
4. Tin- ..iii' Debentun Bi 1 'is
as to principal and lateral shall
be payable ai Aia Diatrict Municipal Office, forth -/auconver,
Ba C, and the said pnni-; ,u
sum shall be I *u, payable by
the Corporation it 1 u tl not
later than 30 H us lioiu the 1st
day of November, iyoy.
5. There sliai: be raised ami
levied aimiiall) by a Ipeclal rale
on all the rale,,[ile laud or real
liroperty in the District the sum
ot >535 ior the pnrpoM oi lorin-
ing a Sinking i-umi (or the payment oi said Debentures when
they become due, ..nd the sum
of J1350 for the payment of the
interest at the rati aloresaid lo
become due oll sucii   debentures
during the currency thereof, anu
that ill addition to , I1 otlnr
rales to be levied and colleiUd
iu the said Distri. t dm iug the
whole currency oi the said Debentures or any ol   le ..
6. The Council t. .he '.orpor-
ation ior lhe lime Lung mat at
ail) time puithasc 1 tthol' .,i
any ol lhe Dchciiiin .- :■! In* issued under this By-law provided
tluy give to the holucr or hold-
Mi thereol at least six months
uolice ol then uiluiiio,. t*> pui
chase the .salne, ami pat ni a.,
diliou to the par value Uureoi
md lhe attiued liilciisl lli.ia * ,
to the dale ol puulia.se, ., pnm
min or bonus ol one yeai I  in
telcsl oil smh pal talue or SU1I1
liss sum as 111a) be agiecd up. 11
mill the holder or holders thereof, and all .suih Di mures fj
purchased shall be lorlhtmli
laticcllcd and de.slroyeil an ,
re-l.ssue ol Debcilluies -,!. ll lake
plaee or in* audi ,* - a»q*unce
of such lejiuich.ise .in. l'u said
DelKlllUIe.s .shall nji.fc .ill oil
their lace a pioiisioii auu'oru-
lllg re-puitllasc a.s ,ci,1.1 |iio-
Vlded ior.
7. Tins By-law amy oc cit 1
lor all puipose.s as "lhe North
Vaiicouur Disirict Loan By latt
iyoy."
b. This lly-law s'all tome
into elietl 1,11 ihe l: i i!a ,il November, iyoy.
r.isstd by  the Coin.'
28lh da) ol St pit in., .
Kit iind the aaaest
citors al an Klcitloti
lhc day ol
iyoy.
Kecolisldiled and lil'.iK'   a.i. |i
ltd b) the CoUndl all.I sij ,,.
iiic Reeve ..mi tu    . • > „.,i.ii
Mllh tlic Coipolalt   >e. , on   Uiu
day ol iyoy.
. "ii   ll.'.
iyoy
.1 the 1 1
held   on
into (one on the 1st da) ol No
vember, 1909.
10.   This By-Jaw mai be dl
ed for all purposes ,,s 'The Centre  Koad  Local   Improvement
signed by Ihe   sauj   Km.   and  I.o.m By-law, 141m "
Cierh and mled with the leal    Passed bv lie Council on the
"' ,lu' Corporation, ,su, ,i„v 0| September, 1909
llu* said Debenture Bonds    Received the ass.nt 0
shall bear interest al a late iiaal
exceeding lite per lent per annum payable half-yearly on the
et ims
the
Hi.
at an Election held
day
1903.
Fund   oi
lhe
ol
iiicnting  th.*  General
'h. 1 orporation,
2.    Debenture  Bonds  1.
Corporation i" the amonnt
fco,000 111  the   'thole   Inal     he
issuwl by lhe Keeve and link ot
ihe Corporation ta tarma oi the
Aluiilcipal Clauses Acl in sums
as nut   a.,   desiied   l,m  noi   , \
cceding s 1 each Bach of mid
Di U ulurc Bonds shall be sign- I
by the said Reeve aud Clerk and
I lii im s ot  the ilistritt ot
North Y ditto .1 1
1AKK    NOTICE   th t   Ibe
above l*. a Hue t ■'*) 1 . in. plo
pomd By ian upon » hi li lhc
loie ol ihe Hutttdpaliiy mil be
lak.u utihin the pi,111 , placei
al the l.inii \ alii) j is'.ltulc
llall aiid the Dm tin,,' 11 jum ,
1 "iiui ol Lollsdali a iiie .om
Uiiicli Slieel, both ii' lbi Dls-
lliil ol Nui th \ alu . *i, ...
luesila), the l.'lll ila_, Oi Dili,
llll, 1'/"'/, Uutitll Ul uoUI.- ol
y o'clock a.m.and ] u ., nk ,
ALlii.      lalll.li'
C.M.C. and Ki111111 .11'
ri 111.11.   NOTICE      a**
gliell  lhat  the  VOtl the    l'.l'
ciiuis ui ilic Disinci 01 North
Vancouvei   mil   in   laUn  on
Tin*   North   Vnn  iva   District    Loan    B) lav ,     lyoy,"
oil Tuesda),    tllc    I "I    'lay   ol
Uctobcl,l'/oa|, Until.     ' .   inn'.
ot y o'clock a.in. and J  o'eloik
p.m., Within the lolloUii* -  poll
iug plates, tl/.,.     lh.  1,  'ni \ ai
le) lir.tiluli  llall and th.    iv 11
llllg House,lolliu   1...I1 -11 -.     ive
ami Queen Street, In Un ... tint
oi North Vancouvi 1, and thnt
Alexander I'hilip has   bean   Ip
■I   Reluming   Oflicer,   to
lake  lllc  vote ol  sutU l'.b- tOT'
with the usual powers In that
bcliall.
Bv oiil.i ol llu  l hiiiii r,
JNO. \   McN.\l(,H'l,k,tve
alkx. riin.ir, c.M.c. rill-; EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
"The time to maKe
money is at the
beginning of
things."
Suitable locations for the building of inland towns are
legion -but available seaport sites are scarce. Only once
in a lifetime does the opportunity occur "TO GET IN AT
THE BEGINNING OE THINGS " at a New Seaport -
NEWPORT
on Howe Sound i» just Marling and tbe obbortunity of a lifetime \s now offered you. DON'T MIM IT, IT WON'T
OCCUR AGAIN! Newport is the salt water terminus of tbe Howe Sound Pemberton Valley and Northern Railway, and
will rabidly become an important Industrial and shipping centre.
Oet a Co|>y of tbe "NEWPORT NEWS" and get posted.
For maps and price list of lots apply promptly to
Tbe British American Trust Co., Ltd.
LAND AGENTS        431 Seymour Street, Vancouver, B.C.
TOW
N
l'LANNIXCJ
PAST    P f
1 E S
ENT     AND     P088IBLE
1 t   il    IM-ti  IHl'.i.-
Having noa considered wme
nm* hundred and twentj large
pagec "i Mi Triggs' nulla-, iln*
mail,mil Minis opportune lor
viewing om own dtj ia the
light ni ilu general conclusion!
arnica •-, h.iv. sun arrived at.
1. Till'     Sllll.lt laall     aal      Nlirlll
Vancouvei judged bj .ill criteria
is nntxcelled, li is on .i great
harbor with Ideal whariagt coa
iliuanis, un the sniitii,in alopi ol
a slu lurid i hi.iii. ni, having tht
preferred exposure It is ia
healthy locality, arith abundant
wholesome water, natural draia*
age commanding rieara, ,iinl topographical conformation, admitting ui superb architectural
llll'l Is.
j. (im dtj naturall) subdi
mils itsell Into diflereal qnarl
era, each having Ita distinctive
il.iss ul hli .iini activity     The
hipping, iln railwai. uianufai
luring .iiial nutl.itiiih activities
ii.iiuinlh align llnl" -' K< s along
aad in .ii ilu shun im,       Ni \i
iin ii tail streets oa heavj
ir.iiln   IimIs,  then  tin   highei
1.unl- whii h are n iidt nn.il. a nh
ueptioa ol su, li mink thol
oughfari••* as mil hecomi (ringed
with stores, ,i sn.iiiii.uv   tradi
developmeal which will expand
il *i li niiinn sm,ill radii  Iron
local points oa main highways
Tin uihii.il quartet is not yel
\a i lam .ill «ill agree thai oui
prominent buildings should be in
prominent position    Fran an
architectural |>"i"t "i den   in
have inn r topographical dispositions ih i" even Kdintmrgh, and,
should iln civic .iiiiiiiiiimi i \
inisi .nliquali   ni"11ision, our
i unin in is, iin ii paiural advan
"anl ii\ -uinuii.il Improvi mints,   ha,iiM  stand   out,
dominant city fi . man
niisi r\ lag "i ahii Ii would in- in
■iparable Irom plea mn It maj
nni in nnt "I placi '" uggest
lh.it .i group "I publii huiliiings,
consisting ol thi < ventual city
lull ihe court hou ' rn
office,  .iiul pouiblj .il" li
iiiiisiiiin ,iiul picture gallerj i,
lunihl prove .rn i Lfectivt crown
tn the I'inli ul mir lusi eleVa-
liull. innn iding .is ll  .Ims  Wltll
the north boundary Iiie oi the
Keith road jusi overlooking the
Victoria park.   H is proper aad
suit,il.li* lli.it ,i Inst ni ad in-
liiini iitv li.i 11 sh.ittlil In silu.it-
nl conveniently mar llu- curliest centre "l activitj. bul the
lulin.iiniii |niiilii building Iran
whence the dty is adminutercd,
siuiuiil in .in i in nun ol liberal
proportions end architectural
iiu-i ii. .iiul in keeping arith the
iit\'s  importance     lt ihould
lint III' llllllll II i r, .111 Hill nil .1
Mil*' sllnt, ''atil should Ik situ.it
nl tn tlu* lusi advantage withia
central limit*.
As tn striTi system, «i have
siin iiuih piiri rectaagular and
radial syatemi coademaed, pria-
cipallj because the) entail more
nr hss circuitous travd la all
i.isis where there is aol i>in-
straight streei from ■ ritixen's
lap mj; poinl i" his desired objective point. A un little r»
il,an..ii uill luiiiiiiu iis. first,
th.it this musl In* ,i .lis,nh .iiii
age attaching in degrei lo anj
citj pi.in. whether pare or combination, whether regular nr ir-
regular, and therdore, secondh.
lul it is imt sn reeilj al on
ia. tioa to .in\ in .ill the systems
ol 'int planning .is it is om
nl iln prices nr iiilimi Inconvenienced .ii tlu r\|"nsi ni which
greater advantage* d dtj Ufa
an purchased,
Tlu question then Is, h.is mtr
dtj i'l.m availed sufficient!) of
combination conveniences aad
topographical dispositions to
give tin besl practical results?
Thi aaawei divides Itai li  aa
iln three heads:
Tin ri.i.iiipii.it network
is iiu Idi il enough tn in hi .ill
thi benefit* "i thi checker or
iiunii system, uuh s,iv,
nne exception, namely, that
"inli nl isi itreet .nul east ol
1,'itisil.ih' .niinu  in   li.iw    pro
lulilv Inn lew north   and   BOUth shall In* widened some tivintv or
'struts inr future traffic requite- forty tect   Ovr pabllc grounds
iniiits    h mav farther be sag- an very large in proportion to
Igeated lh.it St.  l'atriih's   ave. the city's area, Imt nur puiMic
should be extended in >ih street Ihai not showa the necessary de-
,util Sl. David's avenue to 8th iurininatioii   to  preserve   these
street. |spines   Intact.       Eighteen    nr
|    2nd    Our radial thiimtt-;hliiresii'"'U' .uri-s seiured l.v a   nuii-
{which lead to the Capilano ud mittee oi dtixens Inr s race-
'i.vnn Valluvs, become radial in- COMBS and recreation --round has
iiinviniiiith lar (rum tin* shore- passed (temporarily al leasl l to
jlilie.      The'ueslern ili'liii    will the   Hritish   Columbia   Kleiliii
be ri'imilii.l ninn ird streei  is K.ulwav Company, and unless
ilu iitv shortly recovers   this
lor the people, a public asset
will bc lost to the eily whiih in
a ifu yean it will-lie impossible
continued throii-*1i the Indian
Keserve tn Hcwiikc avenue at
about    tin    lllttl'siitlnll   ol   the
latter with the Keith road. To
remedy  thoroughly the eaatan to replace at even aa outlay ol
defect'it would lie'neeess.nv   to $150,000.      I'librokeii   vigilance
bring the I.vnn Vallej road di- can aloM conserve thc public
agonally laa attaint lim bom property in integrity.
the nniihiast corner of district!   As io ceattna ol pressure, ow
lot 5,V> to   the   Intersection   d _\j_ i„u,l point al present   is
Looadale avenm- and Kih street, [gonadals wluri, and the dty's
and  as  this w.iiihl  lie  lell    too mam Intal points will long   If
COStly an Improvement:   lor   the main ihe lerry wharies.        As
city to undertake in the near dues can be multipifad as oftea
lultire IM adjustment  will pro-'as Un citv has street ends,   1,
ImIiIv lie lell to ,1 later Utile. ;W|,U|,| MTm  Utat undlle COBgCfr
ird    Tn east nl Porfaea avenue tion need iiiit ba experienced,
mir avenues   whiih   run   north- Our open spans have a wealth
Wards   Irmn   the   Water,   hun-, ol     arthiletliir.il     opportunity
seemingly agaiaal  all common which is Increaaed by the eagles
sense, about the steepeat gtadti d many d nur nnrth running
In In* liuiiul     Had several Mon struts, say at | distanu'   nl   a
>ai thnn lui 11 run dm iiunii, i. e. hall mile Irom the shoreline,and
parallel with Fnrlies atul Ik-wick il is to lie hoped lhat later time
iMIlllis, instead nl III their pre- will  see  thisr  nppnrlllllltli-s   a
suit direction, lhi\ would hav
had   inllih   easier   grades,    and
would have had an orientation
admitting d mon shade from
iiimii onwards.     The southerly
vailed d to the city's advantage
Finally, alioul one-third ol mir
city area is Still 1111pl.1llul aiul
nimli nl the general aaped   d
North Vancouver will depend nu
blocks of the dty  would  not ^ treatment of this tmdevelop-
then h,.v.* hun rectangular, but „j |urt ^th [U Vlirj,.(| lo„i,jrni
they would still have been ouad- .,lum *ls proaounced sunn tea-
raagular   aad   still   panHdo-jt*ifeaandiUh^cmmcMca,
gram,
Willi ihese exceptions, dm iitv
plan is in limst respecta sn good
that we inav lie said to start
nut wiih thnsi conditions whiih
European 1 Ities endeavor to re-
alls bj costly reconstruction.
While tin* widths nl nur thoroughfares with lew iai 1 ptions
.iti- ideal, constituting guaratt
teas ol adequate air and light,
it in,iv Ik- well tor us In consider whether the paramount inlir-
est n( the iitv niav imt shortly
demand that even 10 noble s
thoroughfare .is the !■* plan.ulf
N.V. Fish Market
u-N.^
A likiml-nf Kn-.li Pish ili-liv.-n-.l dally
looked Fish n nsdallf
I'nnllry, Knits uml VlfdaHM
Oursim i» tn |ile«ni'our sastMMN SI
to nood. mnl prnsS,
Cor. Lonsdale Ave. & 8th street
Phose 84
HERE'S REST
Direct From the East a Large
Shipment of Iron Bedsteads
1*. a,in,* tli,. iinril lml im una only a plat* to alri-p Slid real
Iiul with tin- i'li-nl hnCSSSlh it c-ninli lor S grt-at ili-nl MM
I.—i.lt-a* f,,r ialrt-|i llu* bcil mu.I hrl|> to main- the mom look
|*l.*:i>;llit Hint Illrali'llvt-ly Inrnlkliral
Ni-it ol iiii|i.irtiui|.|* i. 11 .Inn- win-re mli.lni'lioii cnu be loiiiul.
IIiiuiik un i-ilru Urte shipment tt lH-di jn.i Irom tlir factor)!,
whiih unhides any .1/, orilr.itn dei-irel m, linn* ilionld bo loll
in a*..innn* la in-|«*i*i ilii'in. A hitter (betSS 'iiiinui l*a hail anywhere, imr level prises
$4.00 TO $30.00
the mil mmm »: klk\isiii:ks
54 atnd 56 I.on.dalaa
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Dot ItiKe 'or Steamen
Warehouse Accommodation lor all purposes
cVVND,  LIME, BRICK,  CIMIM,  0R4VM
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Goods delivered il decked Prompt service
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Everything now and  up-to-dale.     All classes ol   laundry
wiaik lm liiitils, houses, iodividuals, etc.
First class woik  uy  latest and  host  methods.     City  snd
dislriel delivery,    Modi-rate charges.
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M lonsdale Ave l»"
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
District of North Yancouver
A BY-LA W
To authorize the carrying out ol
the work ol Local Improvement ol part ol Lonsdale
Avenue, (North) and the raising by way ol Local Improvement Debentures the sum of
Jlo,i2o.8o to provide four-
lilths of tha cost of carrying
oat the said worki and to assess and levy the frontage lax
or rate required to provide ior
the payment of the interest
and to accumulate a Sinking
Fund to pay oll the said Debentures.
WHEREAS the Lonsdale Av-
euue (North) Local Improvement By-,aw, lyoy, was passed
by the Council to provide for
ascertaining the land to be bene-
litted and the proportion of
benelit received by such lands
Irom Hln- proposed clearing.grad-
mg, boulevarding and macadamizing ol Lonsdale Ave. (North)
in tlic District of North Vancouver, from the South boundary
ol District Lot 801 to the South
boundary of District i,oi 785,
and to provide for the proportion of owners of such land and
the proportion af frontage to be
represented by such owners necessary to Petition lor carrying
out such work as a Local Improvement, aud that thc cost of
the same may 'be assessed and
levied by a special rate upon
the lands benclittcd thereby according to a special frontage
rate;
AND WHEREAS in terms ol
said By-law, Mr. Donald Cameron, 1nu1n1ip.1l engineer of Uie
District, prepared a plan, pro-
lil.. speciluation and estimate
of the cost of the said local Improvement work;
AND WHEREAS the total es-
timati-d cost of said Local Improvement work was $12,776;
AND WHEREAS by said Bylaw it is provided that lour-
lifths of said cost may lie raised
by Debenture Bonds issued on
the security of special Irontagc
rates to be levied on said benefitted lands and that the Council may assess and levy upon the
lronlage lands iroutage rates or
taxes determined as therein provided, which frontage rates in
all must lie sutlicicnl to Providian Annual mini for payment ol
the interest on the said Delnii-
turc Bonds and lor forming a
Sinking Fund to repay the principal ol the said debt in 20
years;
AND WHEREAS four-fifths
of the said total cost ol (12,776
amounts to $10,220.80 and it is
necessary to raise by way ot
frontage tax the sum ol $854.46
to provide an annual fund for
payment of interest at the ratt*
ol live per cent pur annum on
the said sum of $10,220.80 and
an annual payment towards the
Sinking Fund to repay the said
principal sum in 20 years;
ANI) WHEREAS the said
sum of $854.46 has been assessed and levied on a frontage bas-i
is as hereinafter specilied and
enacted;
AND 'WHEREAS the Clerk
ol the Council gave due notice in
terms of the said By-law to all
owners ol land or real property
abutting on said part of Lonsdale Avenue (Nortli) as shewn
by the last revised Assessment
Koll* of the District of (1) the
pro|Kj.sc<l work ol Local Improvement, (2) the cstitn.ttiil
cosl ol said work, (.1) the annual lronlage rale to lie levied on
the owners' lot or lols ol land
and real propurly lixed ami determined on an equal frontage
basis and on the Bonds to lie
issued lieing for a period af 20
years and ttearing interest at
five per cent per annum, and (4)
that thc plan, profile, specification and estimate prepared by
the engineer and the said Bylaw were at the District Office
lor inspection;
AND WHEREAS only two
appeals were made against the
number ol owners or areas of
land or Irontages or the nittniint
ol annual frontage assessment
levied as aforesaid on said lands
and Uie said Assessments were
sustained and the list ol owners
and areas of land or frontages
and Irontage rates ,is
AND WHEREAS a Petition
has been received by the Council dated as to each Signature
and signed Iby the majority in
number of the registered and assessed owners holding more than
three-lifths of the lronlage ol
Die said lands to bu belielitted
by the Local Improvement, asking that the work before recited
ibe carried out as a Local Improvement and that four-fifths
of tlie cost thereof be raised by
Debenture Bonds on the security
of such Local Improvement rales
to be levied as hereinbefore set
forth;
AND WHEREAS the amount
ol debt which this By-law is intended to create is $10,220.80,
and the same is being created to
provide a fund for the improvement oi Lonsdale Ave. (North)
under Local Improvement plan;
AND WHEREAS the total a-
mount to be raised annually by
special rale for paying the debt
and interest under this By-law
is $854.47, being $343.42 ior
Sinking Fund and $511.04 for interest;
AND WHEREAS the value of
the whole land or improveinenls
or real property rateable under
tiliis By-law according to the
last revised assessment roll is
$38,5I9i
AND WHEREAS the debt is
created on the security of the
special rates settled and levied
by ttliis By-law and guaranteed
by thc credit of the whole municipality;
THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by the Reeve and Council
of the Corporation of the District of North Vancouver, in
Council assembled (with lhe assent ol the Electors ol said District) as follows, viz.:
1. Authority is hereby given
the Council to carry out the
worki of clearing, grading, boulevarding and macadamizing
that part of Lonsdale Avenue
(North) brfore described all as
a Local Improvement under and
by virtue of the said Lonsdale
Avenue (North) Local Improvement By-law, 1909.
2. It shall be lawful for lhe
Council to raise by way ol loan
from any person or persons,bodv
or bodies corporate, upon Debentures to be issued as hercall-
er provided a sum of money not
exceeding in the whole the sum
of |lo,22o.8o and lo cause the
same to be paid into the Bank
of British Nortli America to the
credit of lhe said Corporation
for the purpose above recited.
3. Debtinlurc Bonds of the
Corporation to be designated
"The Lonsdale Avenue Local
Improvement Debenture Bonds"
to an amount not exceeding Unsaid sum of $10,220,80 in whole
may be issuud by the Reeve and
Clerk of thc Corporation in
terms of the Municipal Clauses
Act and of this Bv-law in sums
as may Ik- required, but not
for more than $1,000 each. Each
of the said Debentures shall be
signed by the said Reeve and
Clerk and sealed with the seal
ol the Corporation.
4. The said Debenture Hmuls
shall bear interest at a rate not
exceeding live per cent per annum payable half yearly on the
first day ol May and the first
day of November in each and
every year during the curreiuv
ol the said Debentures or any
of them.    There shall be attach-
d to the Debenture Bonds Coupons signed by the Reeve lor
each alld every payment ol in-
turesl that may become due ,unl
such signature may be either
written or stamped.
5. The said Debenture Bonds
as to principal and interest shall
lie payable at the Distriii Muni
cipal Hall, North Vancouver,
B. C.| and the said principal
sum shall lie made payable by
the Corporation at a date not
later than twenty years from
the first day of Noveml-er, iyou,
Description of Property
D.L.
Blk.
Lot
Sub.      Frontage        Aunnal lint,*
2026
N P 18
9
2026
N P
18
10
2026
N P
18
II
2026
17
12
2026
17,
13
2026
17
.4
2026
16
15
2026
16
16
2026
16
17
2026
•5
2026
'4
2026
'3
2026
19
2026
20
2026
21
2026
22
2026
2026
_
24
2026
16
2026
17
2026
15
2026
18
I
2026
18
2
2026
18
3
202fl
18
4
2026
18
5
2026
18
6
2026
14
2026
19
2026
4-13
J
2026
4-13
J
2026
4-13
J
2026
4-13
J
2026
20
2026
4-13
G
2026
4-13
G
2026
4-13
G
2026
4-13
G
2026
21
1
2026
21
2
2026
21
1
2026
21
4
2026
21
1
2026
21
6
2026
4-13
r
2026
4-13
F
2026
22
13
2026
22
12
2026 ..
22
11
2026
22
10
2026
4-13
C
2026
4-13
c
2026
4-13
c
2026
4-13
c
2026
23
A
2026
23
c
2026
4-13
B
2026
4-13
B
2026
4-13
B
2026
4-13
B
2026
24
_m
2026
24
Nwy4
801
2
1
801
2
2
Hol
S
18
801
3
•7
I
2
25
26
I
2
25
26
1
2
25
26
2
21
22
34-5
34-5
34-5
34.5
34-5
34-5
34-5
34-5
34-5
105
105
105
119
110.5
110.5
110.5
110.5
110.5
329-2
329.8
329-6
42.8
44
44
44
44
44
329-9
329.8
66
66
66
66
264
66
66
65-5
65-5
41.2
41.2
33-5
43-7
43-7
43-7
132
131-9
6i.y
61.9
61.9
61.9
65-9
65-9
65-9
65-9
147.8
131.8
49
66
65-9
65-9
148.25
148.25
60.7
60.7
6o.55
6o.55
feet
$4.85
' $4.85
' $4*85
' $4*85
' $4-«5
' $4*85
1 $4.85
' $4.85
' $4-85
' $14-75
' $14-75
1 $14.75
1 $16.70
1 $15.51
' $15-51
' $1551
1 $15-51
1 $15-51
$46.19
$46.27
$46-25
$ 6.01
$ 6.20
$ 6.20
$ 6.20
$ 6.20
$ 6.20
$46.29
$46.27
$9-26
>. 9-26
$9-26
$9-26
$37-05
$9-26
$9-26
$ 9-2o
$ 9-2o
$. 5-78
$5-78
$4.70
$6.13
$ 6.13
$6.13
$18.52
$18.51
$8.70
$8.70
$8.70
$8.70
$9-25
$9-25
$9-25
$9-25
$20.74
$18.50
$ 6.90
$9-26
$ 9-25
$9-25
$20.80
$20.80
$8.52
$8.52
$8.50
$8.50
The said Lonsdale Avenue
Frontage Rate shall be and is
hereby levied and charged annually lor thc period of twenty
years along with, in addition to
and as forming part of the annual real estate taxes payable
for and out of the said respective properties to the Corporation; and a certified copy of the
said Petition and of this By-law
may be registered in the Land
Registry Olhce in the City of
Vancouver as a charge agamsi
said respective lands for the
rates above specilied, subject to
the conditions and provisions in
the next succeeding section ot
this By-law.
. In the event ol the miners
of the said properties or either
ol them subdividing any ol the
properties hereinbefore described
and charged with said Lonsdale
Avenue Frontage Rate, the said
Rate shall also be proportionally subdivided and settled according lo thc frontage of each
part or lot abutting on said
Lonsdale Avenue and the subdivision ol the land shall be so
made that no part or lot abutting will have a less depth than
one hundred and twenty leet
back from such lronlage, and on
smh subdivision being so made
,nnl approved of by certificate
authorized by the Council lor
the registration ol the map or
plan thureof, then the said frontage rate shall be a charge only
011 such parts or lots abutting
on said street having a depth
backwards of not less than one
hundred and twenty feet ,is
alorisaiil and the remainder ol
lhe said properties so subdivided
(il any) shall lie freed and released from the said rate   as  a
6.     For the purpose of forming a Sinking Fund for the pay- .charge or lien,
ment of snid Debentures at Uia-     8.    The debt hereby created is
turity and for payment  of  the created on the security   al   lhe
interest   thereon   as it beioines said Lonsdale Avenue FronWtgc
due, there is herein assessed and Rate settled and levied as here-
levied, over and above all ot lui  inlulore provided and it is guar-
rates   and   taxes,   the   annual aiiteed by the Municipality   at
sums set opposite thr properties large,
made and hereafter described, to be known '   9.    This By-law rimy lie cited
provided (or now form the res- 'as the "I.nnsdale Avenue Front- for ,ill putposes as "the i.oiis
pective lists to be used ,iiid em- 'age Rate'' which sums shall  be dale Avenue (North) Local Ini-
braced in the  said  Local   Im-'payable out of  and   from   the pmvement By-law, 1909. '
provement scheme; jsaid properties respectively,viz.: |   Passed by the Council on the
30th day of September, iyoy.
Received the assent of the Electors at an Election held on
the dav of
1909.
Reconsidered and fniallv adopted and signed by the Reeve and
Clerk and sealed with the Corporation seal on the    .
day of 1909.
Hfflorx of Iht District if Sorth
I'ueMTer
TAKE NOTICE that the
above is a true copy of the proposed By-law upon which the
vote oi thc Municipality will be
taken within thc polling places
at thc Lynn Valley Institute
Hall and the Dwelling House,
corner of Lonsdale avenue and
(jueen Street, both in the District ol North Vancouvw, on
Tuesday, the 12th day of Octo-
lier, 1909, between the hours ol
9 o'clock a.m.and 7 o'clock p.m.
ALEX. PHILIP
C.M.C. and Reluming Officer
1TBLIC NOTICE is herein
given that the vote ol lhe Electors ol the Distriii ol North
Vancouver will la- taken on
"The Lonsdale Ave.(North) Local Improvement Dv-I.iw, iyi«i"
mi Tuesday, thc 12th day ol
Oiiailier.iyoy, l-ctwecn the hours
of 9 o'clock a.m. and 7 o'clock
p.m., within the following polling places, viz.; Thc Lynn Valley Institute Hall and the Dwelling IIouse,corner lonsdale ave.
and Queen Street, in the Dislrul
of North Vancouver, and thai
Alexander Philip has been appointed Returning Officer, to
take thc vote ol such Electors
with the usual powers in that
behall.
Bv order of the Council,
JNO. Y. McNAlGHT.Rccvc
ALEX PHILIP, C.M.C.
J. W. HAI,MAIN
OIVIl     ■NQINMR
gutnllif Hiir-nfi.r toil Arehltaet
NORTH  VaUOOUVIR.
Vancoaver Business Directory
AOOOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
319 Pender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
ARCHITECTS
E.STANLEY MITTON.M.l.C.A
ARCHITECT
619 Hastings Street Witt,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AucTioNima
MUSIC
Prof. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vaacouver Opera House
Rooms 3 aad 4 Elks' Hs!'., Cor.
Robson aad Granvillt Strsets.
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
A. M. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
66 Hastings street west
is tht oaly auctioneer who will
pay tpot caah before tht aalt ia
conducted
BAM18TERB
F. C. SAUNDERS	
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary
Public. Mtmbtr ol tht ban
oi British Columbia and IJue-
btt. Room 9 i-.iupirt Build
lag, 603 Hastings st. wut.
VaaeouTtr, B.C.    Phoat 4166
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, ttt.
Rooms 104-103 Crown Building,
6lf Pender Stmt
Phoat 996
I. D. SchulU C. 8. Arnold
Phont ir-3
st. W. WAITT 9 CO., LTD.
538 Granvillt Street
Pianot - Talking Machines -
Music Goods
Tht oldest music house in B. C.
MR II. A. POWELL
is open to receive pupils for
instruction on the Violin,
'Cello and Contra Bass.
Very painstaking wiih children.     Music copied matly.
O'Brita llall,    Corner Hastings
and Homer Streets.
Phone L4260.
LADIES' HAIRDRESSING
MaHA.MK HUMPHREYS |,», juet
received a large m-leciion ul Hair Good*.
lalttbtS ol the beat quality ami Itwttt
pricea. Call aud iut)|«i if you are in
ueed ol one. Tonpeea, Uiga, Trauiior-
mation* madt) by an ej|iert on tha
shorten torttt, ' Fur grey ami In.l, d
hair iiolinug ran excel Mury T. tiokl-
inair» tali rtaltssr, ♦l.uo per hottk
Hair ilying aud hltaclilag, latial inaa-
cage, aealp treatment lor lailieri ami
ntUtata. Sh»ui|-ooiiiK ami iiiiiiiii ur-
ing, elt-ctrolytia lur the removal o(
.upiirlluoua hair at
MADAME HUMPHREYS
*SU liranulle Street
uPIICIANb
bAIHb
kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer aad Pender Sts.
Tht oaly up-to-date aad reliable hath house ia Briliah Co-
lambia-
Wt cart whtrt others fail.
Satitfactioa guaranteed or ao
pay. Plata baths, electric hatha,
shower baths, massage (or body, Kelp aad fact; electro therapeutic batht a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduate of Berlia, Germany
busines* colleges
SPROTT-SIUW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. W.
Canada a Graat.«i W.«t.m School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., • • Maaager
PITMAN'S
Bu»lnc»» College
631 Seymour st., Vancouver
Day school open all the year
round.    Night school commences September (Uh.
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Optician
All work guaranteed
Consultation free
49 Hastings street wut
Opp. Cameraphone theatre
PHOTOGRAPHERS
MARTEL'S  STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHERS* -
ill Hutiagi Slreet Wut,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Tht but equipped studio on the
1 oast. Phone i2iH
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIO
Family Group Specialists
Cabinet size, J3 per dozen
Cor. Carrall and Cordova sts.
A. SAVARD, Proprietor
PlCTUHE FRAMING
PICTURE FRAMING
Ws have the largest stock oi
mouldings in B.C.lo select from
so when you wanl framing done
cheap and well gel our pricu.
BAILEY BR05. CO. LID.,
Mo Granville and 138 Cordova
HEAL LUlMIE
CHIROPRACTIC
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I lili„|,,aatlc la II,. „n.a 1,1,-11,1.1 at.l. I*. ,.*
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ar, la, ,,.1111 .afl  iin....*-   ..   I l,ll„(,|aa U*       |l,r
"till < aiiupraciur la leaeavfee 1. in tteeefi
fm,.. !►>*, 1, ir ui 1 blroeteetle, gr.iiu.ir Palae
BaUy.,1 ul I'lillUbrtU'ti,', iMrvu^urt, I,,-.. I,I
taa, ri.m  1", i .,„ril,.,.,M l>l,»*. .IJ  K,,6k>ii
n*«..ri.a» l.l»a» H.'UI. I l„ , Hamuli.
Una .U'l FiaaalBtUlOB lift
OtTtCTIVf AGENCIES  __
Canadian Detective Bureau.—
Offices everywhere
Vuncuuver Oilier: 'iM Empire Mock
'«»11 Mima., at. *eat. Phono 22»
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
Keep your cyt on
EAST   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particulari apply lo
MORDEN & THORNTON
Phont hi}     440 Homer Strut
loitsliire iiuaruDlee k
Securities lurpuraliou Ltd,
440 Seymour Strut
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgate - - • Manager
DYSINQ AND CLSANINQ
PERTH DYE WORKS
Anderson & Hilton, Proprietors
Dyeing, Cleaning, Pressing
Lsdiu' dresau, silks,   laics   a
specialty
SAI.E 4 BREWITT
Agents, North Vaniouver
P1SSTAUR*N13
OROCERS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO WAGG
Groetritt aad ProvUioat
Wholesale tnd Rtttil
116 Hastiags St. (dowastairi)
Dslivtry Ttaadayt aad Fridays
All North Vancouver people
ut at
LEONARD'S
I'.i ther Flack Block or Hastings streei, opposite the new
Post Office. Leonard uils his
tu by the pound.
WATCHMAKEHS
English practical watchmaktr;
Established 1889
Specialty,   rcpiuting
WOODBOOFE,
311 Carrall Strut THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
SCOTTISH CONCERT
The lirst Scottish hall ol the
season mil be held oa luesdaj
evening next, October 13th, in
the Horticultural hall, undo the
auspices d the local bt, An
iluu s ami Caledonian sm let)
Tickets may be obtained irom
\\. Cummings, Dodds ,S; Tyson,
C. lv Lawson, Martin B Smith,
ami other members d the iom-
mtitee. Refreshments tvill be
served during the evening,
VICTORIA
Tin iall asdics arc bring held
this weak, The lisi contains
mo murder cases aad me i"i
theft.
The C, 1'. K, will give liberal
iuiaiiti.il rapport to the project
ui building a nea opera house in
ilu- dty.
The dty council has decided lo
widen Government street, be
twees   Toronto   and   Niagara
streets, lo make il uniform mill
lhe remainder of that thoroughfare.
A branch tint ol railway  will
nistriHUil by the C. P, K.
to open up valuable timber land
between Duncan and Cowichan
hike.   The luu- will be standard
gauge and will be run to tidewater.
NEW WESTMINSTER
The provincial exhibition will
open oil Tuesdav next, the 12th
inst., and gins every assurance
oi being the best yet held by thc
society,
l'llt River .Meadows will belly kni and di,lined by a syndicate oi Vancouver capitalists.
The meadows cover an area ol
bail acres.
A deal ol lollsidii'ablc llnport-
.iim in lumbering units was
luiisuium.iii'ii lasi weak, when
the lumber mill ud timbet limns ui J, McAllister iV Sous,were
purchased b] Messrs. Campbell
\ l.aidlaw.
it is reported that tfcaC. P.I.
has under consideration,   plans
lor | lien freight sleauier to |u
between this dty aud Victoria,
to handle the l'Taser  river   valley trallic.
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SEE OUR PERSONALLY SELECTED        J
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Cushion Covers 40c to 60c •
Our siock ol I'l.iini' 11- Uests iia'iv complete and era arc offer-
-am. .it 10( tn jut pi r yard   exceptional values.
COMB IN AND INSPECT OUR LINK OF
HBA1 HERBLOOM SKIRTS |s.jc I Sj.oo
LADIES HOSE, Cotton from 15c i
Lama Cashmere, exta line quality —50c
BABYS   WHITE   DRESSES
AND PINAFORES
An import shipment oi these goods has just
arrived from London, Eng., and we can safely say-
that they are one-third below anything you ever
bought on the Pacific coast, besides being of the
lun-st possible material and workmanship.
Baby'i pinaforea, elaborately trimmed with lace 25c
"• " " " 30c and 35c
Baby'i pinafores, prctillv embroidered 50c, 55c, hoc
Baby's pinaforea, extra fine embroidery and lace
85c and 45c
Baby'i white dresses, embroidered and lace trimmed
85c and 95c
All the larger si/.t-s in' dnsses and pinafores also in
stock.
Singer sewing machines and accessories kept in stock
Parcels delivered to all parts within the cilv limits
J. ,T. McALEECE
KEITH BLOCK
PHONE 93
LONSDALE AVENUE
Cleared Lots
In Block 33,4, D.L. 550
These lots are all on gradedstreets. In fine neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Price* $600 to $700
EASY TERMS
DRESSMAKING 3» THE PREMISES.
! SHAW'S
PIONEER DRY GOODS,
Gent' Furnishing and Fancy
Store.  Cor. 2nd& Lonsdale
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S. GINTZBURGER
-LIMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
163 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
V. O. UOX S9«.
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR tACTORY, foot of St. George
IVt lollcit « trial bid on your i intern m-iall or large.
*********4'**************<******************
A. R STEACY
Corntr Lonsdale Ave and Second Slreel
Phtncs ib and A6i
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Local ind Foreign Fruits
Fresh and Case Eggs
Choice Creamsry Under alwayi on hand
Lamp Goods, Glassware
Crockerywari*. Brushes,   lirooms,  etc., etc
************************<r****<-i*********0**
ALEXANDER F. REILLY
Orjnniiil and Choirntaiter of St. .Indr-w'i Ckurth
Teacher of I'iano,   Vocal  antl  Theory
II ile.ireil Pupils Matted lor Ihe
Toronto I'niviTiity Kiuninatioua
a.    i-    , 9S9 Darir Strrt. Phonr RISSS,  IW .unv
oituiios: ^ ;„„,,;„/» ommt, Ham      Horih fOaamm
North Vtattnete.TatsdsMal Frl.lars.  Msrtatti Rev.Mr. Gillam
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CALL AND SEE THE NEW
ASSORTMENT OF
vSilverware
Given
Away
AS PREMIUMS TO CASH PURCHASERS AT
McMillans
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HENRY EVES fr CO.
The GENUINE North Vancouver Specialists
WHO CABBIES YOUR INSURANCE?
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Every business man carries Eire Insurance.    Onlij the improvident neqlcct these things
BUT
I* villi' company -.if>' '.'       Will your company pay promptly ?       If a Uf fire occurs is your company strong enough to pay its losses ?
Has your company a reputation fur fair dealing?
.«you «re tan in ,he COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO., of London, Eng.,
YOUR ANSWER IS YES.        ITS ASSETS FICEED $«6,000,000
In tin- NKW WESTMINSTER KIRK its losses of $100,000 were SETTLED AND PAID IN TEN DAYS.      Lal« quota yea a rate
Call and See Us
NOTE ADDRESS-67 and 69 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver,
Phone 6
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