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VOLUME 8
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, APRIL 16,1909.
NUMBER 8
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President D. 0, Dich presitle.l necessaryi providing llial Unit the meeting ol the hoard ol members <>( the board will in- su
'tirade, Wednesday evening.       A appointed that no sectional m-
molioti by A. G. Perry thai the terest will hi' preferred or pre-
daylight "lull, uow belore the U- HW end that the work un*
ntslalurc,   be   endorsed   bv   the dertakelt will be for the di-vt-l-
board was carried. ttjjtom   of   the   harbor   as   a
\ resolution forwarded l.v the whole in the manner that will
Vancouver Conservative club, secure tho best results for tlu
with respect lu Canada cn-opcr- money expended; and vesting m
-tins with the mother countrv the board right anil title to the
ami lhe other colonies in the large ureas ol tide Hats (subject
defend "f the empire, was en- always to the rights of the n-
durscd in principle, anil a com- parian owners) and that for har-
iniltee was appointed to draft a bor, dock, warehouse and ln-
rcsoltilioti along lines sugge* i duslrial purposes
in the discussion. 1-urther that copies of this n-
Secretary .1. R. .1. Murrav solution be forwarded to the
submitted' to the boanl data premier of Canada, to the hon.
gathered bv him with respect to minister of marine and fisheries
Uie tonnage of freight coming Hon k ]- Horden, M.P., to the
into anil going out of NorthjHon. Wm. Tciiipleman, M.P., I.
Vancouver from month to H. Cowan, i\l.I\, and Kalph
month, This information has Smith, M.P.
been gathered in connection with P* Larson brought up ferry
the movement to induce the I matters, contending that a con-
]'R lo run freight car barges tinuous double service should In
act-OSS the Inlet lo Connect witli maintained throughout the dai
the lines of the B. C. KL Kv. and that the present break, Sfr
Co. Mr. Murrav reported thai!i-sti"K 'rom twelve noon until
Ihere .ire aboui uS; tons of tWO o'llock was working harm
Ireighl, dead weight, brought in-;-" the eity; and also that while
tu Ninth Vancouver even j the Bt. George is out of inm-
iiiottth, and about ms tons are 'mission arrangements should bt
at present exported, in aililittuti made I" lonvcy freight auoss
to which ;o cars of lumber aad the Inlet at stated limes by
shingles per inoiilh are sent out^ means of a tug and a sum
The report was received and the:During the discussion thai en-
thanks oi the board extended to | sued, it was asserted lhat   the
tin- secretary,
The publicity and inhumation
committee reported that subcommittees had been appointed
and all details arranged Ior a
i.iuv.iss, in aid ol tllc udvertis
ing committee's funds.
T   A. Martin submitted   Ilv ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
project ol holding a water i.ir-imittee comprising P. Larson.A
nival in   this  cilv  during   ihclG. Perry  and  Geo. II   Moulin
was appointed, to consult   th
mayor, as manager ui the lein
with reference lo these items.
motor passenger boat now being
utilized has neither a qualified
engineer nor captain.
Aid. Schult/ inforiue
board thut the sustained hall
hourly service is now umler um
siiliiation and will probably be
inaugurated next week.    A coin-
would be about forty dollars
per day. After extended discussion, the conclusion was arrived at, that by working night
and day, the ferry steamer St.
George could be completed and
placed on the run probably on
Monday, in which case the cost
would ibe much less than forty
dollars per day anil the dillicul-
ty would be satisfactorily overcome, if the period oi her inactivity could be terminated at
thai time. The mayor and
Manager Heard undertook to
endeavor to arrange according-
iy-
With reference to the officers
of the KoatiiiT, it was explained
that thc city chartered the iboat
fully manned, and that the
owners were altogether responsible for complying with the regulations as to qualilications oi
oflicers. It was intimated that
a captain and an engineer holding the required papers were at
all times ou board.
SAI) FATALITY
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sibly aliect the history  of   the -j* •>
world.      For  these gentlemen] t    I     i   W   j    4    J XT  |^ \\7 O    X
were the commissioners appoint-! •{•    I     I    11    , L\   J    . \   11 .   WW    *^    •
ed  to  take  over  thc  London |   J-A \J V_/1 X. WJt     11 Ut   T f   rJ   |
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business of London's great wa-l
terwav in the public interest."  I   About Jooo people were tarn*     A number ol bargee liaubeeii
The chairman oi  the board \tA on the terries and local trams repaired at Wallace shipyards
Sir Hudson Kearley, M.P., has.00"11 Fridt»y- dun"S ll" **-
declined a salary ot |3o,ooo psrl   lllt"  sl)ri"kr  M'SMu"   «   "» Wanted.-School girl to ulml
year lor his services that noune!al"""al  tOOUO  Wl11   'H'111   "i baby carriage alter school il.nii
may he alble to say that his ap- ▼*-••»«* on May 3rd. Apply Suite 3, Keith Block.
mmmt    ■           '   Among the main   recent   ad- lhe motor boat hnglisli Hay
ditions lo lhe local UOpttlatioS Ro.uucr is taking the place   ol
is C.W.Dibble and lamily,whose the 61. Gcoigc wlule the latter
home is on 1st street cast. is being overhauled.
W. H. Butler and lamily arc The .North Vaacoavcr v/as mi
new arrivals in North Vancou- the ways al tin- Uallaie ship-
ver, alld arc domiciled on jru yards Monday, gctling her pro-
strcct, west ol Mahon ave. pellet shall tightened up.
The rate ol charges 111 the! Mr. Ward has taken iliurge of
North Vancouver hospital are the local ollice ol inkster k
the same as those prevailing in Ward, and has rented a collage
the hospitals at Vancouver.       |Oii 3rd street east, lor residen-
E. N. Haworth has removed * tial purposes,
from Vancouver  to   this  city, |   Uiaries L. Schubcrg, ol Van-
siimiiier. The scheme was mi
iliullv endorsed and WD.Jones
uuh  the publicity committee,
were deputed to take the matter
ill ll.unl
S. I). Schult/  submitted   iu
writing, his opinion with respect lo lhe power of the cilv to
legislate in ilu- matter ol restriction ol Sundav trading, to
the ellecl that such cliaitineuts
tun   litvuiid   the   pmiir ol the
municipality,     Received with
thanks
Tin- lollowing resolution with
iug.nd  lo a  board   ol    harbor
comiiiissiotii-rs was moved bj a
G. Perry, seconded by Alexander   I'hilip,   and   tarried   unanimously:—
Whereas il  is of  the uluiosl
Importance im the development
ol lhe whole of Iln poll ul Van
couver that ii be placed   under
tllc control and management
a harbor hoard, .in.l thai lllis
boanl have suih rcsoiiius, po\i-
irs and privileges as are tteus
sury to that end.
Alld uhurt-as the north shore
ol Hurrard Inlet mii bin said
port) with its extensive areas
ol tide flats—suitable (or doiks
wharves, cirs docks, urarahouecc
and elevators-and its long unimpeded   sea   board,   oilers un
•quailed possibility tor smh
development at e minimum ol
tost, and u is ol ilu utmost Importance, not only to this iiti
and district, but also to llu
whole port thai these possibilities materialise and thai the 1111
pioiTlncnts be carried out in
such a Mav as uill gtvt ctilri t"
tin- poll for   all   shipping    ainl
railwa) companiee who wish to
COIlie here ou the besl lerms.
Allil   whereas  lhe  iliipolt.iii. 1
ol the Interests ol Korth Van
lotiiet    leaden  ll   Imperative
tli.it   they be proleited   in   .nn
harbor trusi measure thai ma)
. lu i-ii.ii led and in the appointments in,i'ii lo tin- hi iiimi
board.
Therefore be it  reeohred by
this board of trade to ask   the
federal govttameal at as earl]
a date as possible  to introduce
anil pass a measure Incorporal
inn -i hartor trust for the port
ol Vani ouver with such resources, powm and privileges as arc
FKRRV DETAILS
The committee appointed bv
the board ol trade lo confer
with Mai or May with refcrcuu
lo certain items of the fern
service, were accorded a baai
ing Thursday afternoon, .it tii"
uilmk The committal comprised A. G. Perry, P. Larson,
I R .1 Murray and Geo. II
Motdeii Thev Mi-re auoinpaiii
id bv .1. C Wright, of the Dip-
lock-\\ right  sawmill compan)
Manager T.  M.  Heard,    o(   lite
lerry was ulso present
A   G   Perry Introduced   tlu
c 1 illllllll lie- ami Mas lollimed in
turn'by the other members. Tin
BWttSCS disiussul Min iis lollows. 1, The desirability ol doing anal with the Interruption
of the hall liiiiiili service, which
at present obtains Irom 11.4s
a.m. to 1 |s pin , In inaiigui-
ali I aii unbroken half hourly
servitc illll ing lll.it time; 2, llll-
urgent neiessitv ill making sunn
.iiU-i-ii.iir arrangements lot tin
transportation ol freight itlnli
the stealiiel   Sl.   OeOTgl    is out
iif commission; J, the expedi
ency lu ensuring the employ-
ment ol dull   qualified officers
on    the    l.niiiili    l-'.uglisli    llai
Roalller.
With    relereliie   lo   Iln    Inst
itiui, tin- management had already recognised the need ol idling tins gap, and tlu* urn    .ai
ilu- steamer North  Vancouvi i
had agreed In work during llu
noon hour, iu considi ration ol 1
proportionate Increase m Mag
is. Tills ihallge lllll piobabli
go inlo elli-ii iniiiiuli.iii h Tin
second ilein m.is discussed al
lenglh, aiiil 11 was recognized
that gnat harm and loss iimiM
accrue lo local Industries ami
business Bras, .is Mill as to the
city, hv allowing presenl uui
ditions to loiilinue Mr.Heard
staled that it might DTOVI .1
difficult matter to procure a
scow (rom which Ireighl could
be handled al lhe (irii whaTVN
WithOUl    ixpi'llsiu    alt, i.iti.,11*.
and that il this could Ik fae
the cost oi a lug and a stow
A very sad fatality occurred
at Seymour creek canyon Thurs-
ilav afternoon. A party of
boys were holding a picnic and,
while engaged in executing the
rille drill as taught in various
educational institutions, 1>\
some means a 22 calibre rifle
was accidentally discharged.
The ball found lodgment in the
breast of Harold Stephens, the
young son of Thomas Stephens,
who resides in this city. Dr.
Venter was quickly in attendance, but it was lound that Uie
ball had pierced the heart and
that death must have been instantaneous. The sad nature
ol the accident was increased
(rom tlic. fact that Mr. Stephens
was travelling on his circuit, as
representative lor Leckie &
Sons, and could not be found
until Friday morning, when he
hastened home, arriving on tin*
10,30 ferry. Thc sincere sympatic of the entire community
is wilh the family in their sad
bereavement.
An inquest was held bv Coroner Diplock Friday afternoon,
ab which the jury brought in a
verdict ol accidental death. The
lu11iT.1l will be held Salurdav
allernooii, leaving the Cht-ster-
lu-lil avenue school iii time for
the 2.15 ferry lo the church ol
the Holy Rosary, where lhe
snitie uill be held al 3 o'clock.
DRAMATIC CLl'li DAUCE
Nnrlh Vancouver dramatic
ilub is arranging for a dance,
to be held in the Horticultural
hall on Uu- evening ol Tuesdav,
April 27th. Beery eflort is being made to have the arrangements complete ill every detail.
Aii excellent oieheetra will  he
111 alletidanir; late cars and a
laic lirry will await  the   con
veaience <>( guests, and tin- proa
puts an that this will piinc
out ol lhe uiosl delightful so-
1 lal SVefltS Ol the season. Invi-
tai Inns ami tit kits may be ob
tained irom ilu- following: Mr
ni Mrs. Colin F. .lackson, AH
Stevenson and A. II. Scriven,
Misses B, Cameron, A. Batter,
V. ('.indwell and D. C. Dtatt-
Pill, and F. L. Diplock, G.Run-
kle, II L. McPherson, A. Humphries ami W. .1. Butler,
pointiut-nt is a "party job," nils content with the honor of lhe
position. The port oi London
is the greatest in thc world,
livery year 5000 vessels pass 111
or oul of the Thames, representing a total oi 34,000,000 tons,
and carrying cargoes that total
albout $2,000,000,000. The docks
themselves cover 640 acres of
water and iboo acres of land,
and represent a capital of M. ,.
000,000. There arc nearly )■■
ouo feet of quayside.
The haflbor board has to keep
all this vast concern moving
and to take steps lor the lurther
improvement and growth, and
in particulai to provide proper
accommodation lor thc mammoth vessels of today in these
docks.
What this board nwlcit^kee
is to bring order and good government to bear on a vast concern which has grown in spi If
of manifold disadvantages.
Hurrard Inlet does not compare, except as to prospects lor
the luture, but it is quite evident lhat it will be lnlinitely
better to have such a board appointed now, in order to superintend the laying ol the foundations strong anil good, and to
exercise intelligent and unfail
ing oversight wilh respect to
the development ol the port,
rather than go forward in a
haph iiatd way and cucumber
the luture. The task the local
board will have, is an arduous
one, and for a long time the re
iiiuiiiT.iiion musl bc small, but
the results of their labors will
tell, uot only on the immediate
luture,but also a very long time
hence, inasmuch as Uteir's will
bc the privilege of moulding the
form and the future of what is
destined to be perhaps the grc.it-
est and the Best harbor in the
world.
MAY DAY CELEBRATION
May the first is being looked
lorward to with happy antici
pation by the young people ol
North Vancouver. There is to
Ik a procession of thc Queen,
Miss Lilian McNair and her
suite, followed by spring, Miss
Li/.zic Johanscu, and all tin*
Hum ers which come at spring
and has taken a residence al the
corner of Ith street and St.
George's ave.
Tenders are invited Ior clearing lots nine and ten, block 85,
ou 12th street, cast ot Lonsdale.
Applyat North Vancouver hospital.
Nortli Vancouver hospital is
calling for tenders ior clearing
two lots on 12th street east,
preparatory to the erection ol
a modern hospital building
A new business is about to be
couver, has rented a house on
1st streei, east ol Sl. licoige's
ave., and has laken up his residence therein.
W.J. Louiet and his brolher
.lames went up the Fraser river
this week, wliere Lhey will be
engaged during the season, on
government diking opeialloiis.
llutclllllgs ei Mam Dale ltllt-
ed the south haJI ol the Western
Corporation building, lool ol
Lonsdale avenue, and will oper
ate a  restaurant,   bakery   and
opened on  Lonsdale,  near   tin ,.„■,.l*,Uullcry business,
Ierry landing, by R. R. Murga '  ■
troid, who will operate a tesl-
auraut and light lunch counter.
John G. Hlaiiihlii-ld, nl Vancouver, has purchased the complete furnishings of the huuse oi
J. C. Williams, 011 Victoria
Park cast, and has taken up his
residence therein.
Lost. — On Wednesday night,
April 14, at Ilorticuliitr.il hall,
or on Lonsdale aveeme, ■
chain bracelet. Finder phitsi
leave at Express office, ami receive live dollars n-tvard.
Alberta has rcieittly contributed to the building tip ol
Norlh Vancouver in the urriial
of Mr. Sykes and family,Whose
place oi residence is at the corner ol 4th street and St.Gcoigi
The   general   meeting oi  Uu
hoard of trade, held 011 Wcdni
day of this week, was stilistitiu
ed for the regular monthly meeting Ior April, which -till act
ngly not be held on the regtilai
huiisiliners to Ibe hxptess
are requested lo be li-uiciii in
Uicir ciiticisiiis ol the news columns tills Mt*ck, as inikii male! lal had lo be held our on
account ol unusual demands on
ihe loluuuis ol the paper. It
is hoped that the matter will
be so adjusted, that a reiurieliic
will be auilded.
John ll. .tpptil.) leiuined on
Wcdlicsd.ii   ol   la.st    link    llnlll
Toronto,    where   he   recently
passed his lilials al  llie Onlnllo
veterinary coiu-ge.    Mr.apyle-
by brought witli him Unin mil,
a standard bred stallion, rising
three- years. Urinond ionics
Irom Miss Wilkes eslate,  lllall,
Ontario, He won inst prim
laat autumn at .oiuuiu mow,
ana mon- iciciiui .11 1...,
allll l.s said lo Ik llu* Iiest sl.ll-
linii llul has yet uossid llie
mountains.
each.    The properties are sim
aiiil 011 Lynn creek.
     J. B. Gibson, son of A. Gib-
call.   During the evening'inThe j ™n,^hoJ,as__\ ™a lt*,i"
Ihe   Diplock Wright    sawmill
dftte_ compan) imu secued coatracta
The  last   issue   of   the H   I m  several  laTgl   buildings    111
Gazette- contains notice of  In Vancouver,  including  the Do-
corporatiun ol the Tut-Swaim "'i'*1"" Inurt Compan) 1 block
Copper Minis, Lul.,' for |loo, "" ll"  SIU "' llu "M Ateada,
000,   in   10,000   shares,  ul Sii, eomer ol Hastings and tainnit-
IARHOR    COMMISSIONERS
Tin
gr.-ss
imu   111   pru
mini nielli
>r the appointment of a
lm.ml of harbor coiuiiiissionirs
im Barrard labt, gives local
interest lo llu recent nrgatn-.i-
tlotl ol the lirst board of uilil-
inissiouers (or the port of London, England. The iicwh ap
pointed board held their first
meeting oa Tnesday, March ih,
uli. An interesting article H
spuiing tin- sveal appeared in
ihe Dailv Mail oTtfssas edition
"I M,iiiii .'11.     The article savs:
"A number ol gentlemen met on
Tiii-sduv 111 1  Liatlitihall street
office and sat al a lung table
discussing business     Tin   n
suits oi tlnn meeting and of the
lurther meetings that they will
hold will be kll to the ends ol
Horticultural hall, tlu- fleet
will lie crowned by two little
girls, Misses Gladys and W ilmer
Morden, while Miss Vinli.i
Sidney will present the NCptre
tO her majesty. Thc maids ol
honor, Misses Martha .lnhanstu
alld Jean Donovan, with Iwn
little page boys, Tommy llinl
and Jack Maikeit/ie, will wail
upon her. A colored light is to
be thrown upon the tableau. At
thc conclusion ol lhe festive
scene, Root's Cantata, "The
Coining of the Flowers," will lie
rendered by about forty children
and sixteen a! tlu- sctunrs will
give the Maypole drill. It pro-
ltlisis to be a pleasing i-vnit
antl all friends ol the children
should help lo make {forth \ ,111-
coi|vcr's first Hay queen tele*
bratioS a great slluess. Ciuu
a line day 11 good time is assured    His Worship Mayor Mat
will preside.
at Ontario veterinary college,
recently completed his course,
passing his final examinations
wilh credit. lie is expected
home in. a few days.
R. B, Maiiiaghtni let th) COS
tract lasl neck lor clearing Iwn
acres in block  61.   1 uh   streei
east, U|Miii llllllll he will ilillild a
handsome new resilience lot pel
sonal   OCCVpBlKy,    and    also   a
modern  house  fm   natal  purposes.
The handsome residence built
by the Nnrth Vaiimiiiu Land \
Development Cotnpani, at the
cornet of Chesterfield  eve.  oa
Ottawa gardWIS, has bun l.ikni
by S A Bkead, Mho had ic
cenllv arrived front Manitoba,
and bv whom the house mil  be
occupied Immediately
Motulav morning,  Rn    Ur,
Gillam, while engaged doing
soiin  painting in Ins home, fell
ofl tin' platform hs had fixed up
.-         and sti ink the Horn   ,-nl   great
Mrs. Niihnlis, wife ol J AS form, !>r Vt-itur m.is called
Hicholia, 3rd atreet, kit Trieste, end aitetidul to In-* injuries,
Austria, on Tuesday, March ,1   whfch eoasistsd mainly of a bad.
bound   for   Nnrth    Vancouvei   I] unit use I and unused leg,
Mrs. Niihnlis is accompanied it     Carl   Archibald,   "in   "I   tin
the children ol the (amily, ol employe* of the Diplock-Wrigtit
whom then- are seven, and is Co., was Injured oe Tuesda'
expected to arrive in this iitv evening Tin logging chain
.iiuiiii the 25th inst slipped and a portion "I a  log
For Sale. — Complete equip hit thc injured man lorciblj tm
incut for bachelor's qUatrters,in- tbe head    Re vas conveyed lo
eluding cooking utensils,  furni-* St. Paul's ii,,spn.,i  where he is tl"  na, she will lie available
lure, etc.   Apply at Express m- progressing lainuM,     Dr.Ver- loi   |lknii   parties,   SXCU1
fice. ' »«•" 's fo attendance. .etc., by private parties.
streets; ths ban bmldiag,   on
lhe   corner   ol    Hastings   and
iiuMt streets, sad tha ttoout
block, on the eoner of Cordova
and Homer streets. Tin \ .uso
have .1 coatiact im aa exteo-
siii shipment to Australia.   The
tiital orders oa their books at
data approximate one million
lid ol lumber.
Tin-   ' ji-mplc of Fame,"   lo
In giun this (Fridaj • timing,
HI    till'    llotlltUllllt.il    il.l]l,Sll**llial
draw   a crowded   huUst Iln
sixty   participants  have   bun
i.tlilllll'.   II.illlul  bl   Miss lllllll
Badgla]   ami   an   thoroughly
prolll ii ul.     1 In priu' ul .ninn
Sinn i.s moderate, erhsn tm' high
grade ol the eiili-t t.iiuiiii nl and
ilu- somber ol performers le mn
sniiiiii.   latter i" attend aad
injo)    the   i-ntitumum nl    than
to ti-ni.un awa* .nni regret when
you hcai how j;oud il was.
Captain  Will Simpson is   .1-
galil   oil    ill!     Kill     lllll   Willi      111 S
splendid tumor launch, "English Hm Roamer." 1 in- lavor-
alib* weather conditfoni make
this boat ,1 1 iintiir with travel*
I. 1 Sh) : all.l itilll-
iiiii.iioiis ;-sin 1. fitted with
rln ian.mis engines nude bj iin
l-a\  t  lloivin Hngins   Co.,   of
(.ui, 1.1 n \' . tin .uginis being enclosed in 1 bulkhead,
mIhiIi greatl) sads tai the comlort a,t tin passengers
niiaii.itih on tin termination "i
lm |iti >iiit couufliasion, npon
tin return "i tin SI Oeorgs to tm fcXttifess, north Vancouver, b. c.
THE EXPRESS
Nom ii Visa oi I'ta, Ii   C
HM1THKR1NGALE A MORDEN
PMPSISTOSI
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DISTRICT COUNClt
I,,, districi council held »
mel iinj; mi tuesda) last, hut i s
account ol the small .iium'.r.i,.
uol    linull   business   was   ilulii.
Reeve McNaughl presided   and
l ..inn lib.is   tiiii'doli   alld   Wesl-
uvi i were preseat, \ resolution
lum.uiliil b\ ilu board ol tradi
ami favoring the appointment
ni ,i board ol harbor cotniui*-
■toners for Burrard lulct, t-.as
adopted and will bc fotwardi I
as resolved.
Complaint uas made "i tn*
l.ul that automobile drivers
run iheir machines on the highways throughout the district at
a  pan*  uliiili endangers others
itho are travelling the roads, i'
uas decided to tax* etie.litc
means oi imposing suitable re-
slii.lioiis on the speed ol lile
machines.
Mr.and Airs.Pennal. Georgia
street, Vancouver, have rented
the residence on ith street east,
iiiinui l.v ('.inline K. Hughes,
ami will remove i" this on as
soon as tin mii steamer St.
i.. orgi i** again In commission
HENRYS
i   Seeds for the Fartn.Qar*
,     den, Lawn or Conserva-
$    tory.   Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
liruwit in the onl; partul
III.*    lllHTli ,111   i*iilllilli*lll
imt Infested ttitli the Sun
.Ii.m. w-uli-. (lur treat iln
imt 1 ih\>• i<> In lumlgtted
mnl imim i|in*nllt dun,iiniii I *'i7|ia,!i'i'iiliilt*)!iii'(rei'
M 1 HENRY, Vancouvei, B.C.
NO SERIES
A1TEMI0N
Builders & Con.ractors
Lumber will never be cheeper,  Gel in on the ground
ilour.   Build now
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al-i'al  noorisf nml  I'iiii.ii
I il 111 III II Kll.
nnMics.aiiHKM
Mill - I inn I'-i-ek, B.C.
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Ih.i    37,    \.imii Vim.H vm;
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Double Corner
md Sl  Ainli' us
Improved,
Price $4,000
i *"   , nam i* to srrsnge,
TkANM-T-.k OF LICENSE
Taki Botici thai thirtj   days
I in itin) to appl) t"
I-. S, llusMi, Superintendent "i
I'h.illlt lal  l'.ill.i .  lor a  Handler
ul iiii licenw ol tin \l hi ilh
Hotel, held b) nn. lo Tom
liuolh "i Sorth Vancouver, in
iln I'rovinti a,i British Colum
Th. M lyville Hotel   is
It -I sl   W It I ill'. on   l"t
No  .■; *  group "in. Sew acsl
districi,
Dated  al   Moodyville, ll  C,
this iim da) ol tl.mli. A 11
Signed  ANNIE <l   LEE
I. O.O. K.
Sorth   \'*OI. ailllli    I.Oll^l ,      No.
ai ■ i' everj Thursda) even
ni);. Halm i l.oii .1 ib an nm nul
l-ii*.t .imi, at 8 o'clock, Visiting -brethren cordially Invited lo
.iiiilul A. I,. Clements, ' I *
ihaa £ Sye, Kh.-mi , l II
Pilling, I an   ■
iinnrii of Trade
Noi ill   Vancouver   Hoard   ol
Trade meets the third Tuesda)
. h month   'i I n'ibuk p
in .   in ihe  I rd   loom,   City
ll ill    Km i ui it. meets the lirsl
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ray, s< retary,
COAL
COAL
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.|iri-i*i Imm thf mines.
I'liiii* la.nr nnli-r. imi. ami
-I i,re inui avlnter'i .upply,
Lir**.* ihlpmenti "ill a-rrii'-
iii .i f.'ti 'Iin.. Pricwrisht,
Ur-p mipply et WOOD
ftlesyi iiii hnnd    ....
P.  LARSON
Hotel North Vsm ouvei
Telephone No. 2.
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all ktndtel Mi-wion and Antique Furni-
tnre, Store, Ofliee, Bank mirl llnr Vn-
mreH.   Hepairind in all it. hrsnchM.
173 Tlilnl 81. ST.. Ild. 1 iimt,lie... .nil Lnniit'lr
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MAII.llRDKKSgiven prinnpt attj-iilimi
North Vancoaver
Transfer m____m
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Cartage, Rtniovale>
Parcel Delivery,
Storage
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OFFICE:—LONSMLE AVENUE. REIIR WHARF
Telephone 70. Ni^lil Calls 13.
The Lonsdale
Fresh Totnatoes,Cuoum"
hers, Radishes, Rhubarb
llananaa fruin He per ilraeu
II. ROBINSON
f>:t Lonadaii Ave
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4   mi \lnnil«y. .Ian. llth, idho. J,
A Imiiw .cholai-fihip will l>a>ol-
NOETH .VANCOUVER
Mute, Riv. Charlei E. Butler. Ml.
Cambridge
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ju«l iii tin- ('iiv Li-
rails. 100x132 .feet,
from
$gj)().()()
$85 ilnwii   ami |25
per quarter; interact
-ix per -'Hit.
e Houses for Rent or Sale t
all over thesCity
; A. SMITH & Co.!
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Ladies'
Millinery
THF MUSI PAIHRNS
Stylish crestioos by skilled
milliners frnin New York anil
Parisian models.
Thf Newesl Shapes trimmed
I,. Inn-It cff-i Is anil nl prices
that place them within ihr reach
nl iln* moderate perse
Ready-to-wear
Goods
Hlouses, Hosier), etl., etc,
in larj;i- variety; the latest modes
ami at right prices.
NORTH VANCOUVER BUYERS
should examine our offerings.
Moore's
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Butter
SPECIALS
At Hickman's
Finest Creamery   Butter
14II). box fur $4.00
Dairy Butter
2olb  Ki-rkin  at  15c, per Ib.
Best Creamery Butter
2 l-'b. bricks lor by.
High-grade Groceries m all
lines at modern prii es
dMIICktUN
Lonsdale Ave nml mIi m
Many Handsome
Dinner 8et$ Given
Away!
Did You Get Yours?
V*A^t*»VVlA-*AVVVV
Kvcrv user ol Royal Standard Flow receives .1 coupon   in
em li uilli s.uk which entitles the holder to ,1 chance to win   ,1
beautilul china dinner set.   Ten are given away each month to
the users oi this tainous brend four.   Duplicates of the coapoBsl
placed in the Hour s.u-ks are placed in s sealed receptacle,  aad ■
ten ale drawn each month,      'y*
The winnin-i numbers will be aniiotiiiied in tins space,  Compare your i'()ti])iins cub month with the lucky numbers as aa-
lKiiinieil, and il you Had you huhl nne ol the duplicates, send it]
to us, and we will at once forward you .1 beautiful   imi  piece'
china dinner set Eral ol all chargaa,
We Invite Inspection
(II our great yet seleii SSSOlt-
ntt-nt ol
FINE JtWELERY
knowing that it includes scores
oi pretty and useful articles
that will please the moat  par-
licular people.
We have Wiitihes, Chains, and
Precious Stones in great variety.    Charms, Brooches, Wedding aad Engagement Kings, Kar
drops and Bracelets.
We also carry a splendid line
ol silverware.
PRICKS MODERATE
HNK' WATCH   REPAIRING
149 Hastings St., £.
 GRASSIE&CO.
A)* Cambie .Slreet
$30.00
secures ymi one ol uur high
grade latest improved Drop-
head Sewing Machines    Wc
call rei'iliiliu nd tin-in I" "in
customers, and .1 li 11 yeara1
guarantee goes with e.uh
machine, Come in aad
pass your opinion on n. aad
ii vnn real.) urn! a machine
vou w uii 'I liesilnlt inr an
inst,nil.
Paine  &  McMillan
lhc I'ionrcr Hardware
I'll'iM  )2 irrf 10N.-|'.UI
I iill ran^e oj Sutton's
Famous IS-reds
Roiled Oat*
Flour
Hai) and Teed
Coverhill'i Barley Hakes   the
litest  brrakf-st  food.     Try a
packagei 15c	
ail oume.s
DELIVERED
ihe Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
t.onstlah*  Av-nue,
al Ferrv  l.andinK
Hirry Mitchell, IoihI manager
Diplock Wright
Lumber to.
I7lh Mreel, Norlh Vancouver
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Finiihiog Lumber
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Our prioei ire mM.   Lei us
give ymi a figure on your
Lumber Hill
VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO., Ltd]
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Tlll> TIMH TAIII.l: SI'IMI IT Tii CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Special Snaps
I,ut mt luih street, does tu Victoria Park, cleared
sad graded, taaiaf Islet,     Pifcefijo,
Hall cask,   Balance m sia aid twelve uoaths
7 per lent.
l.ol  nn   mth street,  lirst   blink east* nf Lonsdale.
Price S.VSu.     Hall tash      Halntiie in MX   ami
twelve tumults.   7 per nnt.   Partly cleared.
Still 11 lew lots left on yueensbiiry Heights al I400
each, Get one before thev are all untie. Plans
and full partiitilars Irmn
C. E. LAWSON
IEAL K.STATF. SPECIALIST
1 s Lonsdale Avenue
l'lione
11 Ml! 1'
NORTH VANCOUVER
Saletv Deposit Boxes to kent. Safety Deposit Hoxes to Kent.
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HORSE SHOW
In the New Horse Show Btiildinjf,
Corner Gilford and   Georgia Streets
VANCOUVER, B.C.
APRIL 21,  22,  23  ANL  24
10 Performances   >   J*   >     •*•*■*   807 Entries THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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DON'T FORGET
Editor Express:
Sir,—Kindly allow BM, as
there was no reporter present at
the special meeting 01 the district council on Monday, 5U1
iust., to acquaint your readers
with the methods adopted by
Keeve McNaught and Councillor
Davison, with respect to the
t-niiiilinc extension to Lvnn valley, ward 11. The B.C.'Ivl. Ry.
Co., having under consideration
lhe extension ol their railwav
into till-.- valley, did confer wilh
the ratepayers' association, in
order to ascertain the most suitable route, thus complying .with
tjie terms ol their tranchiae
given by the people.    Owing to
the Lynn valley toad being the
natural highway to the   whole
valky, it was unanimously decided by the ratepayers to have
the cariine extended along tlliat
route, and to slash alld burn the
right of wav a width of 22 feet.
This was a reasonable request
ol the company, especially in
view of tin lact that the road
must be widened out in the ne.ir
luture for the accommodation
of traflic, two vehicles at the
present time being unable to
pass each other. The ratepayers' association were willint'
thai this improvement should be
done under the local improvement bylaw, However, as il
is expected that the B. C. El.
Ry. Co., will announce its
readiness to commence buildiin
operations shortly, it was resolved bv thc association to
authorize the council to proceed
with thc work of slashing and
■burning, on receiving written
guarantee from the company ol
their intention to build.
Surely, Mr. Kditor, ward II is
entitled ihis year to a part ol
the revenue ol the district,  and
When esstlng
FURNITURE, CARPETS
LINOLEUMS, ETC.
That ive nan fill your wants.
THIS WEEK
Iron Bedsteads Irom $400 up
Bed Springs,   MaUresses
Carpet Squires
Hit-). 111.60
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-SUe T.'.x',), $7."M).
HU, $i:i.5(J
IIOIIE tlMNMS
11
Till
r- 54   and  id   Lon«d»la*>   Av.nm.
as Councillor Gordon of erard 1
remarked, the cosl of slashing
and 'burning this right of wa
22 feet wide was such a trivial
matter, as compared with tht
advantages to bc derived bv lh.
property owners and residents
bv the extension ot the cariine
which will also mean to us increased taxation through in-
1 leased value ol property, the
lirst vears increase ol taxes
would linire lhan reimburse tin
municipality for this paltry mil
lav.
Councillor Westover's motion,
that thc council proceed with
this work on receiving required
guarantee from the company
was seconded bv Councillor Gordon. It was necessary to ask
the reeve no less than eight
times to put the motion belore
the house, and it was only aftet
Mr. McN'aught's futile efforts,
(accompanied by loud protests
from the ratepayers assembled
to have the motion altered ti
read, or anv road the B. C. Ivl
Ry. Co. should choose, whii!
would have been establishing ,1
precedent in lavor of the latter
company, and a little advice
given by a ratepayer on Unduly ol the reeve, tliat he nni
Seated to put lhe motion before
the councillors, Clerk I'hilip taking a hand in the obstructive
tactics, by calling the attention
of the reeve to his powers to
veto, etc. Councillor Davison,
who has never been known lo
address half a do/.t-u words lo
tiie ratepayers, which makes his
election to the luuniil sum
mysterious, and who never sup
ports the other councillor (rom
ward II, voted No.
It is a lact that the question
is frequently asknl, what is
Councillor Davison there for'
The prevailing question in the
valley is, whv this nhstruiUnii
to a progressive move' Ho*
ridiculous Ior Keeve Mi Naughl
to say, I am here to studv tlu*
interest ol the whole disttitl,
when we are willing to pav the
cost, and also entitled to a
share of tin district revenue. Is
there a nigger in the fence, nr
are thc obstructive tactics ol
last Monday night a part of the
reeve's dreams of the future,
that we are compelled to listen
to on everv ou.ision, and sup
ported bv t'liiiiuillni Davison
the Silent? Yours lor the
tramway extension,
FRANK UND81W0I
Lynn Valley, April 10.
was held in the church on Monday night, and reports were received Irom the wardens and
other ollicials of the various
parish organizations, all of
which showed highly satisfactory progress.
On March 31st the grant made
by the diocesan mission board
to the parish of St. John thi
Evangelist, North Vancouver,
ceased. The parish has therefore become a rectory. The ol-
liccrs elected Ior the ensuing
year are:
Representatives to synod, 0,
Martin, H. V. Smith, H. B,
Greeii-AriuiUge ; substitutes,
S. B. Hodge, Chas. Hewctt, R.
E, Macnaghten; church wardens,
rector's warden, IT. L* Keene,
peoples' warden, T. Nye; sidesmen,   John   Alexander,   H.   B.
Oreea Armitafe, C. F. Jackson,
Jas. Graliame, Chas. Iiewett,
C. H. Hooley.
Votes of thanks were accorded to all the workers in the parish, and special mention was
made of the highly importanl
work of tlic choir, which, under
the experienced training of .1.
Alexander, the organist and
choirmaster, has miiinlaiiied a
fully choral service at sveasoag
and sum ilior.il matins. In
the capacity ol verger, Jas.Graliame was also specially thanked.
THIRD STREET RKYl.s,
The accessary preliminaries to
the resumption of work on the
long delayed 3rd street contract
wire finally completed on Tuesday evening, when the city coin*,
il sat as 1 court of revision on
the revised specifications.     Tl.
specifications  call  lor,   1,
clearing, grading, draining,hou*
'warding and lnacadami/iiig ol
the street from Mahon ave.   to
St. David's ave.; 2,the re-layinj
of the old sidew alk on the norl
side and the laying of a   new
six foot sidewalk on the sou*
side of the street.    The estimated cosl is S-t4.H2S.7s, the citv's
portion ol which will be 5ih,-
.tish.jti.   The specifications uere
adopted unanimously,   without
discussion.
Geo. Aspel has taken a house
at the cornel ol 10th sited aad
Ridgway ave., and has removed
his (amilv to this dty,
B. BLAND
Home Block        Lonsdale Ave.
2 large cans tomatoes   35c
,tlb fine butter  $1.00
;| Pioneer Bakery
S. H. Walker,  ■   Proprietor
The Grand Boulevard
 and Vicinity	
NORTH-VANCOUVER,   B.  C.
Fresh Btesd daily delivered
tn ill parts ol the citv.
20 loaves for t'
5c. per loaf
111'ail GRADE CAKE
PASTRY, ETC.
PIONEER BAKERY
nOHl 8        71 Lonsdale Ave
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
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THE ,)llssi:> DAWsuH
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MiL.Tiiitt Niir-n
Nii.su Suit Out on Application
Iaar  ternm n|.|>l\   nl  tlie lli..|-itil
Cur. I nil -treetiVSi   tmlreii'. Ave.
PHONE  GO
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The gardening of the entire area of the Hottlc-
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vard is now completed.     The planting of thc 24
spacious blocks is practically finished.
Complete maps and plans with price lists will
be ready in about two weeks.
Meantime lots arc being sold and those desiring
to secure a selection from the full property, may
obtain information uow.
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Vancouver,      -       -       B. C.
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WaterMotor for Sale umbrellas repaired!
  Saw. flled, elr.   Key Oiling
Opp. relet-* Ililel    ■   Sa><*"nil mi****! K
—J.   W.   TAYLIIH-
tlft'ers are wanted for a
powerful Water Motor and a
certain Hiiiniint of piping.
Shuii- may lip inspected nt
tile office of—
THEEXPRE88
J. \V. BALMAIN
CIVIL   KNUINKKH
C-imnlii) Snrieyi.r «inl Arrliitirt
NOUTII   VANl'orVKR.
A. PAR HO
(ienenil Contractor
Lend ("learinu,   Slump anil Rni-l
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ROAD,   1H.0CK
D. L. JSO,
50ft by Halt lots, to be delivered CUtAlEDAHD GRADED. A bbh street divides tin
block instead of an alley. Kach
lot extends Irom street to slreet
Prices:
Nos. I and 2 together SilSoo
4 to 11 each     673
12 and 1} together ... 15J0
14 and ij together ... 1830
16 to 24 each      Hon
Terms: $200 cash per lot.
Balance ', yearly lor 3 JOOtt
al 7 per cent.
Alexander  fr Townsleq
LONSDAI.I- AV!-.
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ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
The   Baiter   vestry   meeting
Wlia 1 e\,*r mu i -il aaiir itofaj
V  "a   a llll   llllllll * . 1 >*fa*.*11. 1
111" 11   '"I'ilil'K
FUMng Turkic
S|H.*lilll(  lilhllU
A Square Deal
II* ,iali|'i*irli*r- for
Siniiii.Ing 1'i.tt.l r,
Can. mnl Past
Q I-   lll',Ha*|-ail   |ara*l|,(.llV
tu an pens nl tl it.
Wi* ii i - ra pn -i'iii nothing,   Wi* pmrnlne
lllalllil,*.'   'I.'I      11 ''    llVl'   l||l  tl. U.
prll if grad imii.i' nli*.ai' ..in   profill
We |aal| .*iiri*i|iiiiii ill lUrltturi'. tht
qusllt) ill "'ir .""lit it III* be*. Our
pi I re llif faire'l      We ran .me \.,u
Wl iiill n.'l glktg niir>i*lt"-
lu In* iiiiiler-"l'l.
STONEY fr Co
I'AINTKHS
DECORATORS
SIGN WRITERS
Wallpapers,
etc
Psintt,    Varnishi-',
. etc., *tc.
117 Lonsdale Avenue
[ 11 Sll
We arc trying to make
lliis itOrt il credit 10 iln-
\W*,t Hmi. Help us out
by giving us a share of
your trade.
T. HUTCHISON
0m Keilh mil IM It I'lmiie i:'
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Csrs leave the Ferry Landnn, tn Quseasbory Avenue, Twenty-first
.trecl and Lonsdale, Winch Itreet and Keith Koad as follows : 6:13
a.m., 6:45 a. BU, 7:15 I 111 , 7 a, *. 111., 1:13 * '"■• 9 *- "' 9:4° a- m*.
10:10 am., Alter 10:15 a. ni, cars wl" 'vlvc Queensbury avenue,
Twenty first and Lonsdale avenue, and Wmtli sln-il and Kritli Koad
at five minutes to the Innn and tiu-nty-fii-t minutes past the huur.
Cars leave Ninelrenlli slreet and QooeaebttN avenue, Twenty-firit
-treei aud Lonsdale avi-nin*. Wiiiih sti.et and Keith Koad at lollowi:
!ia. m., 6:55 a. m., 7:10 a.m., H;oj a. in, |t|j a.m.,9:30 a.m.
Alter 930 a. in cars leave thc 1 > tr. L.indini; at lit) miiiutci past the
hour and twenty minutes to the hour.
_W"   All boats are met by the csrs.
Csrs will cotiiiiit with tin Lite boats on Saturday
MtTi mmm uuiju. mmi m
Next in rn*.i 11 Phoue No. SN
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Builders and
Contractor*
I..
I' l,\KSl»N is  prepare
supply
lime- Rrlck,
Sand, Cement
And all kinds of BuUdiflf
M.iH'iinl inqoiotitleeto suit
and at reasonable prion
—AITI.Y—
HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVEI
TELEI'HONK No, 1.
Having Your Teeth Fixed
was, al one tune, a ven painful operation. With some
it is still painlul. Not so, however, at thc Boston Dentists.     We have all the latest  equipment  known  to   the
ni..li in ib-ntf-i      ll is nmre like
A Pleasure to bave lour leeth fixed
by our dentists heCMM ilny are .ill cxperunird men. We
make no ih.nci lor examining your teeth and nould be
ph .ised lo look them ovei  al any time.
KKAD OIK l'RICl-S     Till-V NKVI-.K CHAHOl
Full set ol teeth  $8.00
Rririge work, per tooth .   	
Cold irow-ns           	
('.obi ti!lin*-s      „    1.00 up
I'laltna Idlings   I 00
Kxtr.uling 50
The Boston Dentists, Ltd./
Dr. A. R. Baktr, Con%ultinq Dentht
.in; Hasiinc*- st tn i Wi 1, Vaawsii
Ilcttrs i' a tn   in ■' |> in Phone 2229 Tttfc fcfcPltfcSS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. (J.
completed umk ni improving (ereace to the proposed band
Keith road, Innn the eml oi the coacerts in this citv, was referr-
,U11||1IU' l" connect  wiUl   U» ed to the publicity committee
Bagineer Hanes made an im-
Aliliitiii-n \b [i.n \ iiung,l)iiI*
Hi \ai~.li .unl Siliiili. mn pre
senl *ii tin meeting nl the iit]
council, held on Tuisdat even
ing,    Uavoi W   11   Hat presid
niii in,nl recently built bv th
ilwmt cmiiicil.     The board i>i ——————————————————.
works will have the work com- l»rt««t report with reference to
|,Iiti.I. providing  a  water service   (or
Tin ii pot i ni iln- inin t nl re
vision "ii ii'l street improve
iiiiiii*. was ini ned .nnl adopl
nl Tin ilitk vi.is instructs.-)
in call ini i' ndi rs ai  pel s|a-ci
'IIS.
I1    I arson    inlei i ii wwl
i.aiiinil with respect tn th
C   II. Cites wrote, requesting that portion of the city north
.i  permanent  grade for  block ol 22nd street, to the ellect lhat
'|. turner ol    |lh   street    ninl by moving   the  pressure  reditc-
U,iiinn ave., ,is lie intends build- lion valve from Moody au-niii-,
ing thereon. to mth street, ample pressure
(', w. Mann again wrote, with could bt  provided  for ,i good
regard lo t|u- improvement   ol water service to the cilv limits
li'iun-  .in . between  usth  aad mi the north.   lite matter was
17th streets,    Referred  to tin- referred to the waterworks com-
bn.iiil nl works, mittee,   lo   proceed   witli    llu
A communication Irom C. F. "'"•"•-• as early as possible.
the tt.nal   bandmaster, Sixth Regi Council   then   resolved   uscll
im  innil band, Vancouver, with re- into committees.
PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT
RICHMOND   ELECTORAL   DISTRICT
1 AK1 -. S'OTICK that 1 bav| received objections in writing to the following list ol mimes
being retained on iln List ol Voters for the Richmond Electoral District, oa the grounds set op-
positt eai li name,
AMI T \KI- NOTICK tlmt *it iln Court ol Revision to be held on lhe 3rd day ol May, Woo
.it iln Cit) Hall, Ni'iih Vancouver, B.C., al ten o'clock in the foreaooa 1. shall hear anil determine tin said objections and unless the persons objected to or some other Provincial voters on
11 iti 1 bell,ill, satislies nn that said objections or any otic oi them arc not well founded, I shall
strike lhe names oil lhe .s.ml Registei
I).ani tins Seventh day oi April. 1909,
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
Registrar ol Voters lor Richmond Electoral Districi
Keg*
No.
NAMK
Rpuldeni'd
I'rufemtion
l i ra .llllll
Indl nr
nf
wiling
Objection
LIST OF NAMhS OBJECTED TO
VlMI
Iti'Milt'lli-'*
1 inli'f,.ii,n,
Iraili* ur
Calling
im.mul
ol
iii.jt*. iim,
in|   Barnes, Newton
123   ll.ililiili.i, Robert Ab \
1 ,.* Ii.ius, -Aaltel E.
r**agiii   <"orgi
I*   Ailnsnii. li..1,sun 14U1 street, North Vancouver ... Labourer     C
.'-   Anns. Lisa,11   Khtiruc      Farmer     C
34  Anderson, John     Richmond     Farmer    L
,15  Anderson ->< l.nln Isl.nnl, Steveston   l-'arnu-r    1*
,*s  Andrea   Choinaa      Northi Vancouver     Osntlrinaa     t
14  Anson, Uerl Durham ave., Norlh Vancouver Expressman C
50   Archibald, Robinson       Lvnn Valley  Woodsuaa L
st  Armstrong, John ....   Ihe Dan, North Vancoaver  Caretaker     C
58 Arthur, John Geo Lyon Valley, North Vancouver Parmer    C
jo  Atkinson, William . ml street, Nnrth Vancoaver ... Teamster     C
'i,   Bantu, Eliphalt-I Vl it's Camp, N. Vancouver. Contractor     C
ist street, North Vancouver .... Janitor    C
ith street, Nortk Vancouver .... .Master .Mariner     C
Sca Island   School Teacher     I
ll.'ltl, North Vancouver   Labourer     C
141   Beattie, Wells Lynn Valley, North Vamouver Logger    1
Uill, Edmund it li itreet, Norta Vancouver -architect     I
I*;   IIiIm.i, l-.iin-si ll. s Lonsdale ave., N. Vancouver,.. Teamster     1
158   llt-lvi.i, II.niiniil S, A   1 :lh stint, Nurlh Vancouver ... Contractor     t
233  Dimness, Thomas      13th street, North Vancoaver .. Carpenter    c
.-ni   Hi-ilt 1 k. Liu Reiuhold       Nurlh Vancouver      Civil Engineer     C
)bH  Bronson, Georgi North Vancouver     Rancher     *.
."i   Buckle}   IMn Steveston      .Miner    v
,11   Bunt, Richard Edward       Ureal Northern Calmer)   Caretaker    I
\ll   llniiitii, tliu   Km   ll.K     ind street, North Vainouvcr ... Hank Clerk     t
Norlh Arm Koad, N. Vancouver Farmer    t
Burton, .lolin Joshua ,      ind street, North Vancouver ... Carpenter    t
338   Buss, George Lulu Island      Labourer     .f.X
■ *.  I'.ii'.i.iiii.ini.   '   . md atreet, Nortk Vancouver ... Htore-keefer    t
.11   liiittitmi, Harold Sea Island     Farmer    t
'itillt.uu limn   ist itreet, Nortk Vancouver.... Miner    1
370 i.iniiii'i  James 1 1 street, Nortk Vancouver .... Fisherman     t
,t"  t.iiiiitin 1., Matthew 15thatreet, North Vancouver Logfer    t
ihi  t.i- els, i"" Murdoch       ist itreet, North Vancouver .... Axeman    t
lu:  tin .Imlin, Al. v Linn Valley      Woodsman *.
im   ia lml Ni,1 Island     Lal*ourcr     C
|u|  Christian, Vai. .1   \< NorthVancouver     Reg. Clerk     t
|i*i  Clarke, Andrea R  li nh street, NorthVancouver, Dispatcher    t
i.'i  Clarke, ' |th slreet, North Vancoaver .., Customs Oficer    C
luslin Tm.1 Nova      Farmer    C
tl.nk.   1 *     II nh street, North Vancouver .... Tel. Operator    C
t'"l i" Benjamin   ..      md street, Nortk Vancouver ,., Fisherman     C
Nortk Vancouver     Carpenter    I
lli
M
|lSu
1 oilier, Sydney
ttm  Gordon
lml   I    tt
' S,iiiiiii I .
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I 1,1       lllllll
\l'\
lill.llll      A
1   Dalglei li   lohn Hood)
n
- ii   I)
1. nn Valley,  North Vancouvei Woodsman    t
l-iasii Kim 1.iiinui Engineer     * C
iui, North Vancouvei Hank Clerk     C
Capilano road,North Vancouvei .Mill Owner      C
l.'insil.ilt ,iii , N   Vancouver Builder     C
1 Uh street, North Vancouver ., Miner        I
 1   Korth Vancouvei . Broker     C
Sn. ."1, 11. sN K i.tt   St,1 Island  Farmer     1 C
i-.iiglish 11.iv  South Vancouver, QaaUemaa     t'
North Vancouver       Compositor      C
isi street, Nortli Vancouver ,, Contractor    C
...   ii,.ms s.uninl Lum Valley, North Vancouvei Woodsman    C
11 mi.:   iai I'.i'iiine      Batcher    C
li an   Hnll.nl North Vancouver     Farmer    C
I    id llenn l.uiisil.ib* .ni , N, V.iinnnicr . Cotislable    C
I'.i.iiiin, Sea Kl.nnl  Postmaster      C
Lulu Island   Fanner     I)
Lynn Valley,  North Vancouvei Logger    C
nth sn,ii, NorthVancouver.. Carpenter    C
Stiitstoii    ,.....,   Section Boss C.I'.R I
Hastings Camp, Heatings   Whitesmith      C
North vancouvei   l'hoiographcr      C
North Vancouvei      Shipwright     C
l-..|il,in.i.h, Nortk Vancouver * Blacksmith      C
Frommer's Camp, Lynn Valley. Farmer    C
Si,1 Island   Farmer          I
ill street  Norih Vancouver..., Civil Bagineer    C
Mh Evans, Roland llenn I.01 dale ave., If, Vancouver.., Baker    C
I   nni It' l.nln Island    Caliliervinan      C
. ..in ttaiiit treet, Nurth Vancouver. . Qwrryoiaa      C
Riis.iii,: NorthVancouver ,.., Lumberman    C
. 1.        iluii ird street, NorthVancouver    . Lumber Merchant        C
ll North Vancouvei Farmer C
k-nei  Albert Victor NorthVancouver     Clerk
.  Dill   ■      Peel
.'   Dixon    I.* 1 pii
1 ion, ttin  Archibald
uia  iiuti'iiii. Mm   II-
hlj   Dowdii
k
(•I.1   Elliotl   All.tit Thomas
a.    i 11
II      ll Daniel
ttni   I'ii mn
'"lm Tholiia
II in dd Thomas
822   Gibson, John B  Lonsdale nve., N. Vancouver ... Blacksmith       C
82b   Gilbert, William       Norlh, Vancouver      Woodsman     Ci
B50   taoodh,iiiii, Robert      Lvnn Valley      Teamster      C
857   Gordon, Robert Gitiin   Nortli Vancouver      Gentleman      C
860  Gosden, Thomas      Lynn Valley,   NorthVancouver Logger    C
iS(S2   Grafton, Thomas     Nortli Vancouver      Farmer     C '
869   Grant, Allan      Rice Lake Camp, Lynn Vallcv ,  Wooilsliian     C|
873   Brant, John       4II1 street, North Vancouver .... Miner    C
8H.| Gray, Thomas     Eburne     Labourer     Cl
902   Gregory, .lames      Sea Island     Carpenter     C|
')2.\   Ilaasancn, William       No. ,| mail, blink to, lot  |, Lit
lu Island   Fisherman      C
931   Hall, John Fowler  Columbia hotel, N.  Vancouver.  Logger     C
937   Halliday, David        North Vancouvi t       Labourer      C
94b  Hamilton, Thomas II  Gull ol Georgia Cannery  Foreman       1)'
950   Hansel, John Masich   Moodyville       Logger    , C
909   Harrison, Joseph Fred  Khurnc      Schoolmaster      C
994   Haydeii, John Edward   North Vancouver      Clerk     C
997   Ilcaly, Geo. Stringer   Lynn Valley,  North Vancouver Woodsman    C*
10117   Henderson, Ernest       Lots 16, 17, block 85, D.I,. 549, Accountant     C
1008   Henderson, Joint Wm  Norlh Vancouver      Porter      C
1049   Holland, Harry      Lvnn Valley     C|
1071  Hoskins, Joseph     Pre-emption   L. 1,   707  Lynn Farmer    Cl
Valley       '
1100 Hum, Edward Stanley  „ Steveeton     Musician Cl
1104  Hurley, Gilbert Thomas.. Lvnn Valley     Woodsman    C
1131   Ivcrson, Wm. Jaiiics    1st street, North Vancouver ....  Cashier       C|
1141   Jackson, Robert      Moodyville       Accountant       C
1150   Jellcrson, Robert      Lynn Valley,   Nortli Vancouvei Lumberman      C
1153 Jeffrey, John     Burrard Inlet Cannery     Fisherman     C
1170 Jones, Alexander      Steveston      Farmer     C
1212 Kelly, William      2nd sired, North Vancouver ... Logger     C
1226 Kent, Oliver Arthur  loth street, North Vancouvei ... Gentleman      C
125b Kirkbridge, John Kil  2nd street, North Vancouver ... Porter      C
1258 Kirkness, John      Lvnn Valley      Labourer     C
1270 Kolosoll, Alex. Juiin   Eburne, Lulu Island  Farmer     D
1280 Lamb, John     Palace Hotel, North Vancouvei Teamster     C
1287 Lander, Eli       Burnaby     Farmer    C
1294 Langstall, John JailKS ... 10th Street, Norlh Vancouvei ... Printer      C
1305   Laxenby, Fred Arthur  .ird street, Norih Vancouver .... Labourer      C
1.11-9 LeBlanc, Joseph Arthur . North Vancouver      Carpenter     Ci
1318   Lee, Henry      Steveston      Hotcl-ku-pcr      Dl
1342 Livingstone,   John   Horl-
vvt'll         wih street, North Vancouver „   Barrister     C
1370 Lusk, Archd. Bclsii „   „ Lynn Valley,  North Vancouver hdgerinan      _i
1389 MacDonaid, Roderick Eburne     Gardener     c-j
1450   Manuel, Klihu      Khurnc, Lulu Island      Clergyman     1
1457 Marriott, William R. . i.sih street, North Vancouver ... Agent       C^
1460  Marsden, Richard S  Bt.John's sckpol, Lynn Vallcv. Clerk in Holy Orders      t[
146J Martin, Donald Smith .. . Ud slreet, Norlh Vancouvei        Hoalbuildcr       Cl
140b Martin, Herbert Allan .... Lvnn Valley      Teamster      cl
1471 Martin, Malcolm  trd street, Nortli Vancouver ,... Boatbuilder       C]
1478   Mathers, Joseph      let and Lonsdale, N. Vancouver Shoemaker      C|
148b  Matson, Wm. John   Lot 18, block  jN   Range  ;,W
Sea Island   Labourer     Cl
1487   Matson, Wm. John   Sea Island      Fanner     C
1500 Mav, Hugh     Palace Hotel      Book-keeper    C
1528  Mill. Harry Lcigliion „ ,, Moodyville      Logger C
1531   Millard, John      Luis 4 ami j. Section 21,. block Rancher      C
,sN Eburne 	
Km  Lake Camp, Lynn Vallu     Lumberman       C
silt slreet, North Vancouver ,.,   Logger    C
Nnrlh Vancouver    Carpenter    1
Lulu Island, Eburne   Farmer    ._ C
. . .m  Lynn Valley,   Norlh VancOUVM  Woodsman     C
1633 McConiiclL.iuscph Andrea Lol 18, B. sN R 7W. Sea island Farm Labourer    C
IblSlS McDonald, Duncan      Lonsdale an-., N. Vancouver       Woodsman      C
KS71 McDonald, James Kburiic      Foreman      C
I698 HcGee, Hugh      UcGee road, South Vancouver . Fanner     I) 1
1724 aMiKeti/ie, Hugh     Sea Island     Miller    I
1725 McKenzie, Hugh Section 318, See Isl,unl Teamster       1
1729 McKcrn, William Fromiiic's Camp, Lynn Vallcv     Logger C
1741 .McLaren, Fred II  Lvnn Valley    Lumberman      C
l7,Sf> McMillan, John      Moodyville'     Teacher    C
i7"7 McPherson, Ales Joseph North Vancouver Hotel  Hotel Manager    C
178" Nelson, Jas  Lulu Island, lvbunie   Farmer     C
1791 New-lands, William Pottel Bee Island      Farmer C
1799 Nichol, Waller Laidlaa llth street, North Vancouvei      Missionary     _ C
183] O'DonncIl, Hugh |(. . Sea Island     Canneryinan     _ C
183s Oliver, George Bburue     Farmer C
1866 PutOi, Thomas Sea Island      Fanner C
l88j Perkett, Edward0 Lol im, Howe Sound  Contractor C
1894 Pettley, Frank Frederick, "ortk Vancouver      Traveller C
1931 I'oohc, Alexander     Lulu Island  Farmer C
I9J7 Pratt, George      Lynn Valley,   North Vancouver Labourer      C
WII Price, Arthur Allied   Fire Hall, North Vancouver        Bagineer     C
1949 Prior, Arthur .1 ,*, Ninth Vancouver      Labourer      C
1971 R.itiuv, Edwin    . North Arm, Burrard Inlei ..       Hone Trainer      C
W7; K.inkin, Daniel      Lot 319, Gump I, Eburne  Fisherman      C
ww> Redmond, James   . . . Moodyville  Carpenter    1
lool  Renshaw, John     17th street, North Vancouvei   . Fanner     C
2038   Robinson, Janus      North Vancouver      Gardener      C
i"\'i   Robinson,  James Ht.iicn-
der        North Vancouver     Farmer     C
2o.|S Robinson, William Lvnn Vallcv       Mlllinati  C
2o,Si Rogers, John A. , Eburne      Sawyei      C
2o.sti Root, i-irticst     Eburne     Firemaa     C
1074 Routley, Frank W., Nortk Vancouver     Boattad-ider     C
1110   Siallerli, Alex.    . .'ml si it. i , Nortk Vancouver ... Bank Clerk     ,....C
2122 Sih.ri, Aim is ,,,..., Moodyville      Carpenter    _	
1173 Bhiela, WUliam      Lynn Valley,  North Vamouver Mill-hand   ...'..'.'~...'.'.'..'.'... C
1181 Simms, John     . ,., Lynn Valley      Logger     C
2227 Smith, John Richard Richmond Cannery, Bburnt'.", Lal-ourer     C
22tt Smith, Robert   „., Hotel North Vancouver Fireman C
22S7 Bnarr, Matthew Henry , 19th atreet, North Vancouv* , Labourer     C
228b Shad, Walter  Rblitnoiid Cannery    *,  l-inginecr C
1191 Sleeves, Rose A,      Lot 2.S, block 5N Range ).\ . I-'armer C
1313 Stones, Win. Jr  South Vancouver       Steward  c.r.R. D
1390 Thomas, William       . Norlh Vancouver      Carpenter     , C
.'Ci| Tlioinpsun, Robert Joseph Moodyville      Miner     , C
1430 Tinker, John TrailLs  Malum An , forth Vancouver., Contractor    _ C
244: Til-cede, Preecotl Herbert North Vancouver     Teamster C
1480 Vaiiderstinc, Spurgeon Lvnn Valley, korth Vancouvei Teamster     _ I
2.|8h Walker, Dan. Lulu Island      Fanner     ,, C
1301 Wall, Walter   ,  North Vancouver      Clergyman C
.'siii Watson, Thus  2nd street, North Vancouver Painter     _ C
2a2o Wells, James      Kliiirnc      Farmer     „ C
1341 Westin, An] Solomon    . North Vancouver      Porter     ,      i
1532 Miller, Alexander    .  ..
15(12 Mitchell,  Ki 1 il While ..
1596  Moshcr, Hy. Philip 	
ibit Murphy, John Smith „
b2is Myers, George George
1338 wiutiakii, Benjamin
1583  Williams, Greshatn Wm...
1633  Woodiiurii, Allied James
Eburne     Parmer    „	
Esplanade, North Vancouver ,., Hanker    _.„	
North Vancouver       Tolegtaph Manager
Abrtvi.iliuiis.      Grounds ol objection.
denotes that person objected I" has leased, Ior ,1 period ul six months   nexl   before
holding of thc Court ol Revision, to reside in Richmond Electoral District
 C
...... C
 ,.C
ih,
C "D   denote! that person objected to is dead. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. 6
THE R. C. CHURCH
The current issue oi the B. C,
Record gives the following Items
with relerence to the Nortli Vnncouver R. c. church:
Statement of linances from
Feb. 15th to March 15th, 1904:
Balance    $65(1 33
E. Townsley         5 00
Mr. Toussaint          5 00
Grant family        20 00
$686 13
The concert given on Sl, Pat
rick's day at St. Paul's sihool
was I great success. The Sisters ill-serve much credit for lhc
splendid entertainment given by
the pupils of the school.
Mrs. W. Graham suflcrcd a
painltil accident Easter morning, in coming out ol St..John's
church she stumbled aiid lell,
coming down heavily on lier left
suit* and lace. She sulk-red a
fracture of the left nnu and several cuts 011 her lace. Dr. Yci
ner was summoned .md attended lo her injuries and the lady
is now doing nicely.
A schedule of league baseball
games has been arranged for the
Local athletic grounds bv A. .1
1'iclon-Warlow. The Vancou-
ver-Tacoina games, scheduled
for May 24th, July 1st and 2nd,
and lor Labor day will be played on this side nf the Inlet, lur.
Warlow is negotiating for other
attractive fixtures, 01 which -announcement will be Blade later.
William Simpson is a new resident of the Uty, and is residing on 13th street, eaat ol Lonsdale ave.
A. J. MOOD
,.', imi.   nl© Ave.
I.Xl'l 1,1   UAIVIIM .M I,'.
JEVVELI.EH,  ETI',
Wiiti'l'"-   nml   IV.W  ('l • "'•
Repaired m in adurote price
All
irk nn
MAKT1N80N&C0.
Building
...... I"
Contractors
!'l«im   nml   ttpeclBeetloiii*   iv.-pii r.*.i
When tliinkiiiK"! lwlWlB||  hrt  Vt I"'-'
an. ,-iiiimle.
iORKE BLOCK,    L0S8DALE AVI
nr l'u. B.u "J. --'irili Vl »et
N.V. Fish Market
■JaWS
Imi( I'ri'-li Ki.li ileliviTe'liliiily
nmki'il .'i.ii 11 s|i,'ihiliv.
1'i.iillry, Bgn ami V(-g-*tSBM
nur uini H t" I'li'iis.'.nir I'li.t.ainem SI
l I- allnl larlii*.
Lonsdale Ave. k Kill street
Phone 84
All kin
Cor
beg to announce that a
Dance «.*
will be given under their auspices at the Horticultural hall,
North Vancouver, on Tucsd.iv,
April   :;ih,   1909, at l.lj p.m.
Invitations and tickets 111,iv In
obi,lined [10111 the members.
Late boat to Vancouver at I
a.m., with local cars in connect,
Tickets: OcUta' 75*1 '""lies' sin .
Double Ji.(k)
! SHAW'S
PIONEER DRY GOODS,
Gent' Furnishing and Fancy
Store,  Cor. 2nd& Lonsdale
EASTER NOTICE
Wa* carry the  largest ami   best selected stock  in  the city
ami ban 'iis ol Fresli Goods at Vancouver prices and lower
lor the l-'.i-i.-i iniil.'.    Com* end see us before crossiaf t tie
Inlet.
NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
u
CORSETS irom Si up
PRINTS, value 15c at ioc per yard
GINGHAMS, CHAMBREYS, and ZEPHYRS
15c per yard
Sec our new line of MADRAS CURTAIN Ml'S-
LIN 20c and up per yard
LAMBS'   STOCKINGS,   Cotton   from 15c to
25c per pair,    LISLE 50c per pair
Our Stock of GENTS' FURNISHINGS is complete and at prices the lowest
Ul
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PALACE
HOTEL
Bath
t2.oo pei .nul up,
*!>* 1 ill raits tn [am*,
in > ,nni   tu regulsr
Mlders	
REDA & ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Shush J* irf.i.i,
NOUTII   VANCOUVER, B. C.
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. Cin   11 ill
ATENTS
»ROMPTlY"SECUB
We? iottdt thr busincas of Mitmifactuirr*,
Pn(-iiirpri«nd others who mllft thetdvtabil-
Ity 1 f having tlnir 1'aiint bwfami traimcted
byExpffrtl.  Prrlimmirytdvicefrpf.  Chirgn
--. Our Iinffitur'i A-JvletT** nl ni- 11 re-
Jufit. Murion&Marlun, KejfM., Nrw York Life
|.'-  Mmitrral-andWashl.n-luB  UC.UAi>
VANCOUVER Business and Professional Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
BUSINESS COLLIGES
W. T. STEIN k CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
City Auditors
North Vancouvei
516 Pender street
■*■-*
*.: -
TRAW HATS
■ ,111 ■■■■iB-VtfWMMB
ror V!en,  Boy* and Children
ALL  PRICES   FROM
15c. TO $2
COME   AND   LOOK
BEFORE  YOU BUY
KENDALL,  SEWELL * CO.
Chartered Accountants and
Auditors
Vancouver, B. C.
Victoris, B, C.
Seattle, Wash.
Phone 1923       P.O. Drawer 765
AROHITBCTS
tmjt
CUMMINGS
Gent's Clothinif, FurnislnliKs', Men's,   Ladies', and
Children's Bonis and Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
E.STANLEY MITTON.M.l.C.A
ARCHITECT
619 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B.
C
AUCTION SIRS
A. H. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
163 Cordova street west
is the only auctioneer who will
pay spot cash before the sale is
conducted
BARRISTERS
McCROSSAN & HARPER
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS,
NOTARIES, E'K.
32-34 Imperial Block
Cor. Pender and Seymour Sts.
P.O. Drawer nib     Phone 3444
j High Class
; Dentistry
§
!
I have opened a modern, up-to-date Dental
Oflice, in the Palace Hotel, in this cilv, when-
will he found ill the latest appliances an.i d -
vices Ior carrying on a High Class Dental Practice. All work done in this oflice is covered by
a Protective Guarantee, giving the people ol this
citv an opportunity ol having tlieir work done al
home, and also at Vancouver prices.
Note the Prices
Full set of teeth   $5 up
Gold Crowns     5 5 up
Bridgcwork    S.S 11
Cold Fillings      U up
Alloy Fillings     $1 Uf
Extracting (painless)      JOC
Consultation      ftOS
Examination      Flee
DR.   A.   H.   LOWE
GRADUATE PHILADELPHIA DENTAL COLLEGK
Hours 9 a.m. to fi p.m.
F. C. SAUNDERS -
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary
Public. Member ot tbe bars
oi British Columbia snd Cme-
bec. Room 9 Empire Building, 603 Hastings st. wist.
Vancouver, B.C.    Phone 41b!)
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etx.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Streei
Phone 99b
S. D. Schult/        C. S. Arnold
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. W.
. »n.o» ■ <>.a*,t..t Wiium School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., -- Manager
PITIAiVS iU)[\\\S
km llif HiidkM Piid Fo.Mtitus
Pitman's Rusiness College,
632 634 636 Seymour Street,
VANCOUVER, B. C
MAT WORKS
REAL ESTATE
HARDMAN HAT WORKS    ; Keep your eye on
- PRACTICAL HATTERS - j    /
CHIROPODIST
F. GORLICH, (Graduate)
CHIROPODIST. Corns,bunions,
sore feet, etc.   cured.      Many
years practice in London, Eng.
Room 54 Davis Chambers
615 Hastings Street West
limns. 9 to 13 a.m., 1 to 6 p.m.
DENTISTS
DR. W. F. WRIGHT
DENTIST*
Successor to Dr. Dslby
ot3 HASTINGS ST. WEST,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Phone 978
DRUGGISTS
RED CROSS
DRUG STORE
A.J.GORDON, 11.D.
53 Cordova Street,
__        VANCOUVER, B.C.
Prescription Specialist
Phone 1053
f
DYEING AND CLSANINQ
The only place in B. C. where
work is done entirely to customer's satisfaction.
PERTH STEAM DYEING k
CLEANING WORKS. A. Inglis
Proprietor. Phone 756. Club
rates a specially. 562 Seymour.
EMPLOYMSNT AGENCY
IHE LABOR EXCHANGE
3 Water St. Phone 3059
HELP OF ALL KINDS
Furnished to employers free   of
— j charge.      Phone or write rush
orders at our expense.
Kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sts.
Thc only up-to-date and reliable hath house In British Co*
lumbia-
tte cure where others fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay, Plain baths, electric bathe,
shower baths, massage lor body, sculp and face; electro therapeutic haths a specialty.
JOS. KALI.ETUI-;, PROP.,
Graduate ol Berlin, Germany
UROCERS
CHEAI'SIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries ami Provisions
\Wmlcsale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
ii.t1K.ll. UMUUI MM
Loggers, Railroad Men, and
Ti.idcsincn furnished free to
Employers.
14 Powell street. Cor.Carrall
Phone 2566
FENCING
WIRE FENCING
Farm   and   Ornamental   Gates
Garden Arches, Flower Stands
B.C. ANCHOR FENCE Co.Ltd
743 Pender Street,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Hals   cleaned   and   blocked at
the sign ol the Hat
420 ABBOT STREET
VANCOUVER, B. C,
EAST  VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particulars apply to
MORDEN Ik THORN 1 UN
Ptioue &15      440 Homer btreet
LAOIbS' HAlRDHEoSING
MADAM HUMPHREYS
The Alexandra. 589 Granville sl
Scalp treatment lor all kiuds ol
disease. Children's hair cutliug.
Facial Massage.      Manicuring.
Hairdressing 25-50
Shampooing 50.        Phoue 1000
MAfb AND ttluc i-ilnila
VANCOUVER MAP k BLUEPRINT CO., LIMITED	
. luiiMiiie uuuiauU't* k
.wuni.iw iji'iiurauwi Lid.
440 .-scymour Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVEsiJiENTS
Electric blueprinting, dralliug,
tracing, city maps.
Crowe k Wilson Chambers, 441
Seymour street Phoue lobo
MUSK.
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Hall, Cor.
Robson and  Granville  Streets.
All Instruments.      Phoue 2530
PROF. GEO. COWAN, Exptii
teacher ol Violin, Mandolin,
Banjo, Auioharp, Zither, will
give twenty private lessons
lor J7. Further lniotiuaiioii
at Cowan's up-to-dalc Music
Store, 60b \\ estiniuster ave.
ESTATES MANAGED
1-1RE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houigate Manager
1...0 . .UltAI. . a?
ALLE-s S RESTAURANT
Lunch or Dinner 25c.
Shoi 1 orders at all hours
37 Hastings ailed It est,
l.i.M.l/1) I 12,1a,,  tf.
u
All Nurth
eat al
V aiucouvex   people
Phone 403
M. W. WA1TT k CO., LTD.
558 Granville Slreet
Pianos — Talking Machines —
Music Goods
The oldest music house in B. C.
LliOAAKD'S
layman i>.i*-. mut,.*. ui nasi-
jugs SLitci, opposite tut new
lust Uiuee. i.cuuald sells ms
lea 11)  uie- pound.
I A.M-UL t liK.  bAwlMJ
AlAi.lll.Mi tkmWtiAr'ftj
791 Ijiaiiviiie Ok.
iinulesaie aim Iciall UeaielS   in
.uttmg aiaeuiucs and supplies,
•uacuiucs leuicd uy  lUe Meek or
mun in. 1 nunc 14&7
e/PllCIAN***.
tt. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Optician
Ul work glial.iniietl
Collsull.iti.au  llu
49 Hastings Street tusl
Opp. Ciiiiciapli'im theatre
PHOTOGHAPHtHb
UARTEL'S  STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHERS
122 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
The best equipped studio on the
coast. I'lioue 322b
PICTURE FRAMING.
Ci-UiUKAi-llUM'a    iill.AlKE
aieeUaiiileal    Upcla,     Vaudeville
and Ul alna
Program cn.ai.gid c»uy Mouday
AU)  seal iu Ule house lue.
jfi Hastings Sll eel Desi,
i.t.Ni_uu\ER, B. C.
v.-ai uiiiii.Mnj
I'.ugiish  practical  watchmaker;
Esiaiiiislicd lbfiy
Spmalty,   repairing
W00DR001-E,
312 Carrall Street
WINDOW SHADES
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest sloik ol
mouldings, in ll.C lo select Iron
so when you wanl framing doai
cheap aud well get our prices
BAILEY BROS* CO. LTD., j Mo* Hi
540 Granville and 13b Cortloi.i
North Vancouver Estimates . .
ami delivery tree	
F. W. BOWES 4 CO.,
Al.uiiil.uHum ol window shades
750 Robson st.
.1011 PRINTING '    TRV EXPRESS OFFICE '
BOOK WORK '    TRV EXPRESS OFFlCB '
COLOR PRINTING ?    TRY EXPRESS OFFICE
READY MADE HOUSES
THE STANDARD HOUSE
BUILDING & CONTRACTING
COMPAN? LIMITED
688 Carrall Street
The B, C. Mills
Timber and Trading Co.'s
Patented Sectional Buildings. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
LOCALS
Through the efforts ol Reeve
McNaught, the department ul
ilu- intit iui has forwarded two
copies oi ihi latest map ol the
dominion, one lor the I,vim vallcv and one for the Capilano
school.
A fishing parly, consisting ol
i. ,i. Woods, S. Burrows and
others, enjoyed .1 successful expedition on s.itiiiil.n laat, returning with twentj beautiful
iiuiu, averaging over one pound
each ia weight,
Tin regular monthi*. meeting
ni tin W.C.T 1'. mil be held at
ihe home "i Mrs A. Philip, 2nd
street east, oa Wednesday, the
j 1 sl .it 3 p ill.     As this   Is   tilt*
annual meeting, all members
u ill picas, attend, Anyout in-
terested io this work beartih
\tt It 1 nue.
l)inn,i forget iln- St. Andrew's
.unl Caledonian society's inaugural social and dance, is thc
[Ragles' hall, Esplanade, Honda] , April Nth, at B.jo p.111.
Double tickets joe, can be bad
.a C, E. Lawson'i office, Bruce
& Dodds' stoic, ainl .lalllcs Grail,Ulli, painter.
Followiag the changed status
nt St. John's church, Lynn vallej iiiiiiiii becomes ,. mission
an   di-tiut,   with   a  giant   ui
kit II II. GUlies, ui
the diocese ol New Brunswick,
mil shorth arrive to take
charge ol the cauae.    Venerable
Aitliili-aion Pentreath will dulj
open the nni hall al Lynn vai
in on Sunday next, at ;.-.
p.in.
Tin regulai meeting ol tin \.
P.S.C.E was held mi Hondai
evening, ia the St. Andrew'-,
Ptcsl.i tm,,n thurili. Miss .Marshall occupied the ih.ur      Tin-
Easter     topic,      " klstn    with
Christ, w,is delivered by Mr.
Snodgraaa, Ni.irK all the
members presenl joined m the
iiiMiissiuu. Tin Leader int aexl
meeting is Mr. Gillam,  while
Miss Vers  Hit   will   take    the
chair,
North  Vancoaver  lodge  No.
-   I.O.O.F., will attend dn im
■ mu a1 Sl  Andrea's Prenhy-
leriall church ou Sunday afternoon   next,   al    three   o'clock,
whin ilu- sermon will in- preached In Rev. .1. D, Gillam. A
large     Contingent    ol    visiting
brethren from the several i'an-
couver lodges, Including Cohun-
hi,i Encampment iind the Dal
innn Canton, will In- in attendance, All sojourning brethren
an* cordially invited to unite
with the local lodge in this
service.
Gasoline Engines
FAMOUS FAY  AND BOWEN
MANUFACTURE
Nn better Engine made.
For pal lii ul,irs apply-
H. MMP&ON
im 1 r.i*.iiii Avenue, Vancoaver.
Hankin & Harding
MMkd MM
m
II
North Vancouver,   -  B.C.
I'.n.ii Slwt   206  l.msd.li* lm
|ippo.itr Slf.ia'. Oiotert Storf*
D£» A CORSETS
Under Market Value
in D. L. 273
l-'or the first time D k A corsets have found their way to
Norlli Vancouver, and aaodlces to say they have filled .1 long-
felt want in this cilv. They are recognized by nil as being
the mosl stylish, durable and best titling corset in Canada.
D I A Ladies' Corsets, short waist      63c
1) & A Ladies' Corsets, long waist       75c
I) \- A Ladies' Corsets, medium waist      Ji ihi
I) tk A Ladies' Corsets, short waist    Sl .So
D I A Ladles' Corsets, long waist      fl.50
I) & A Ladies' Corsets, long waist      S2.011
and upwards.
I) A A child's waists   15c
I) iS.* A girl's waists   sue
1) ,*i A Misses corset  nsc
.1. J. MCALHKCK     I
KEITH BLOCK LONHDALE AVENUE K
PHONE 93 I
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Lots 14 and 15, Block 8, Double Corner for flteo
1-3 cash
Lots 10 and 20, Block 10, Double Corner for $1450
i-l cash.
Lots  21   and  22,  Block   12,   Fifth  Street,   JlJOO
1-2 cash.
Lois 13 and 14, Block  IJ, Double Corner,   llJOO
1-1, cash.
Lots tu, 20, 21 ainl 22, Block 11, Fifth Slreel I7J0
each, l-l cash.
Lota 20 ami 21, Block ta. Fourth Street, I1300
1 3 cash.
These are way below market prices and will not gn
begging very long.
S. GINTZBURGER
.IMITCC*
THE NORTH VANCOUVEI SPECIALIST
163 Cordova Street, Vanrouver, B. C.
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SEE    SASH        DOORS        MOULDINGS
(J S BRACKETS     CRESTINGS
FOR    ST0RE  AN1)  0FFICE FIXTURES
BURRARD WOODWORKING FACTORY, foot of St. George
We *ilidt 11 triiil niilaiii your DriliT-
Win1 lo Coiilriiiliirs
11 NI• K!:.*- WANTED
HI l.i:i> TKSPKR8 marked "'IVml*
a*r iiunl >tr,*i*i \|ii<'ii'liiinir.in; mil
-1'1,'ti.illi-." uill Iw n*,','ivi*i| liv tlic tin*
'I'-r-ii'ii"! ii|itot iiVliK'k |i 111 mi Mini*
ik) ii.- ir*i*iHi..I Mm,line,lormdinf
■lr,,ii,iii_', K. ■Iitiiriliiiu nml iniirii'lnnii--
itllT Tlair., Slr.il 'p.In Milium   111*1111'' If
Itt, Dtritl'f Aiiniii*.   ninl lur luiini! hi
irrinla. a .iilen-nlk en the nnrll •'■'le, mnl Sll llllll.  1 |,f,*s   (IIU   -\-ill
.■..iii.|ru,*tiii|!i.-i*lt.»i,l..»'»lk,...ll,^,..,tli ',L""">  *«»   •««  -™LL
-iilf ul" said imrlinii nl Haul i*ln*.'t, l,t«ln lln.ri.ni*1ilir-*.| Wlillr Wiiiuilnin*;
lent iif thaWtbf. n'i k-imriiiiiivii; ti \<vt wtlnn; "i
Unuing,, S|ii-cifia*»ti.,n«. toutt "I I - -vn-        Al-" BfOnlliaf Il.i.-
r.-ncl.-r »iid <;..n.r«l  CnOilllliHHott>n* TU,    Model     Poulti V   Yard*:
ru.-t   iiikv !»• nbtaiiml  iit tin- oHirt- ol ' "      m0Qel    roult' J    I arOS
iliMitt r..iniii..T V. C   KI-KNMAS, I'lil it
Ehi-I,   H,„,.- Knl,. Ten-ler nni.t  Ive at-   r„r  lit], g. ,,    %        S. V.i,,-...,v,*r
.-•■iTi|.ani»1 lit- * innrkfil rli* qua i-aynril.*
ti'thc • 'ity TrutMirrr lur h\trt tint, ol —~~""~~~~~~~~~~~~
lal' 111 llll all   till* ll'll'l.T, llll'l th«   mi< * ,- f-._      o   ..    {,
■--fnl li'mlrw will he ri |iiiroil to pri>* F Urv  9/VL/C
a n)o npjiriivixl wnrHir. tn eiMBM I 	
■nml for the tuilhlnl c.inpletinn cil thf |'„r,.   \v|,i|,*   IVmn.lnlt.*.  fn.ni  iir t
 "■»'•'•    I'lifiine* "I iiti.iitw-.fill t.'ii* *„■„,. blrll.     Kn/. Inr Imlilinik'  f.'in
linr** mil ne rwtuiwd  tu tin-in »(ht ,„.,  .,,,,,„„      rliiik.n..  Pnllod and
ihi'i'ontrait  an.l hnml  hav.' been ex* Cwltwrla inr ..In.    Al-n mv  i»-n ui
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Tlm iuaniai nr iiiit   tninlnr nol  nt-tv- suv. r Bnu|M Hamlm**-- ».' «' Mf
-arilv arieiiletl. I.,<ttiini
WMU •HB,H«Ddw W. HOLDSWORrH
i in . IN'irtlitaaixniier, ll.C, ,l'„r. Htli Sl. an,| K.-Ktn (irmn l.t K- it I.
n't" A|.nl, IM Rond Car,  Nurtli Van im
\ CITY LOTS $175
and ciJj—C*»i) Term.*
Harbor View Tract
Map-* ami Particular! ea ipplkatiba
$10,000 TO LOAN j
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Thc GENUINE North Vancoaver Specialist*
Wc have tbe Absolute -Exclusive ^ale of some of the choicest \tro\wr tij in North Vancouver
Queensbury Heights
We are the ABSOLUTE EXCLUSIVE selling aqmt.% for a number
of the choicest lots in this District.
BEWARE OF MISLEADING ADVERTISEMENTS
Third Street   Eine Choice Lots   Eacing Inlet
Lots 16 to 20 inclusive, Block 22, D. L. 273
Price $7S0 each.   Terms, one-third cash, balance 6 and 12 months
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