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VOLUME V.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13.1907.
NUMBER 4
The Situation
The total sockeye pack this year
is as follows: Fraser river, 55,000
cases; Northern B. C, 227,000, and
l'tiget Sound, 88,000. This js less
than two-thirds ol last year's pack*
In a couple ol seasons the Sockeye
salmon will become practically extinct, like the buffalo ol Ihe western plains.
Don't slop over in giving compliment. A slop-over compliment
is never taken seriously, and is
liable to be offensive.
As an evidence of patriotism to
your city and district and in vindication ol your prosperity—subscribe lor The Exprrss, North
Vancouver's Newspaper.
A Canadian fisheries' officer is doing north to look into the pnaaihilily
of developing the lobster there. Mr.
Houston, nf Prince Rupert, thinks he
knows where some run he Found.
When Mr. Winston Churchill   nets
buck from Africa and Mr. Hiiinnr
Greenwood from British. Coltttrtblo tb.,
latter will have the longest fish story
to tell.
The fourth annual convention ol
the B. C. Association ol School
Trustees will meet at New Westminster on Sept. 30th and Octohe*
ist and Hnd.
I think (very family should have
a dog; it is like having a per
petual baby ; it is the play-thing
and crony of the whole house, lt
keeps them all young. All unite
upon Kover. And then he tells no
tales, betrays no secrets, never
1'ilks, asks no troublesome questions, and is always 'ready lot a bit
ol fun.—5/i»r Honrs. ,
H. Mortimer, Seattle, was a
visitor to -North Vancouver this
week. Ile thinks well ol the
place.
Ex-Reeve J. C. Gill, Squamish,
arrived from the Squamish yesterday. He is registered at Hotel
Nortli Vancouver.
Tht Norlh Vancouver Boating
Club will hold a dance in Larson's
Pavilion on Sept. itjth, commencing at 8:30 p. ta, There will be a
late boat. Tickets, gentleman $1,
ladies 50c, and may be obtained
from the Secretary, W. J. Butler,
and members of the club.
A proposition is on foot to form
a   local   building   society.
The name ol the winter apple on
exhibition at this office and grown
by Mrs. Kickhani is the Blenheim
Orange. It is an old English
variety, and is similar to the
russet.
Two line clusters of Hungarian
prunes are on exhibition at Tut:
Express office, One has lifteen
and the other fourteen, which lay
together as closely as grapes. The
lour larger prunes weigh cacli a
quater of a pound. They were
grown by Mr W. L, Keene, who
slys that the Iruit is a fair sample
of all in his orchard. Undoubtedly
were an Exhibition to be held here
this year he would have won the
best prise.
An impromptu birthday party
was held at the Hotel North Vancouver on Monday night, when a
few intimate friends and guests of
the house took Opportunity in
wishing Mrs. P. Larson many
happy returns. Alter a very enjoyable evening the merry gather*
'   ing broke up,
The proposed meeting of the
Athl.itir. Club on Monday night
did not materialize. No doubt it
was in anticipation ol a revival ol
the riots at Vanconver that attracted the membars to go across
the inlet.
To tlie Editor ol Thk Exprsbb:
Sir,—Referring to your editorial
headed "The Situation," the prophecy ol the Ntttis-Adver titer is as
equally safe as it is misleading*
At this time of the year, not only
Irom climatic reasons, but from
both the natural trend of business
and the lact that the harvest is a
practically sure item (incidentally
the whole item in the whole business in the whole world), the
volume of business may temporarily
become less extensive, in olher
words the speculative interest will
be, to a certain extent, eliminated.
The wealth of a nation is in exact
proportion to the productivity per
acre. Can any "panic" (save the
term) reduce ths productivity per
acre ol British Columbia. I believe not. The advance in values,
the increase in bank clearings, the
volume ol real estate transactions
in llritisli Columbia is due to 110
ephemeral stock exchange transactions, but is due to her power, en
gendered by her natural resources
The matter of railroads, banks
financial accommodation, are inevitable, and do not have to be
begged for; they follow prosperity,
and that we have.
Yours truly,
W. H. A.
NorthVancouver, Sept. 9, 1907.
Ill
Conservative Club
Poor Food For Horses
In feeding tlie daves this morning I lound that a considerable
portion of the oats I was giving
them they would not eat, and
Inquiring, 1 Imd Ihal Ihete is a
good dial of cheating in the quality
of oats sold. When 1 was oigan-
izing the Illinois Humane Society,
many years ago, 1 lound the
omnibus horses in very poor condition, and by riding with the
drivers ascertained that while the
companies provided good oats the
hostlers or somebody mixed with
them a large quantity of the
cheaper shorts, pocketing the
difference in value themselves. In
Florida while 1 Was there, many
years ago, 1 found that the horses
drawing United States mails were
in bad condition, and on inquiry
ascertained lhat the drivers sold a
considerable portion oi the good
oats bought by the Governmeet,
substituting shorts or cheaper food
and putting the balance into liqour
for themselves. I think it is well
to say to horse-owners and drivers
that oats which the doves will not
eat arc hardly suitable lor horses
Horses in Norway
[Wc received the following (rom
a friend in Oakland, Cal.j
"You never see a broken-winded
horse in Norway," said a horse
doctor, "That is because the
horses there are allowed to drink
while they eat, the same as mankind, "Our horses, let them be
as thirsty aa getout, must still eat
their dry (odder, their dry hay and
oats and corn, with nothing to wash
them down. But in Norway every
horse has a bucket ol water beside
his manger, and, as he eats, he
drinks, also. " It is interesting lo
see how thc Norwegian horses relish their water with thair meals.
Now they sip, then another mouthful, just like rational human beings-
"You never see a broken-winded
horse in Norway, and the natives
say it ia because they serve water
to the animals with  their  Iced. "
a special uii'i'iiiiK of the ally council
waa held In tlio city hull Monday night.
wns hold in llie city hill Inst evening',
Major Kealy presided nml llie aldermen
were nil present,
The correspondence Consisted principally ol loiters Irmn tlm distrirl eoitnfll
Kllmber one enclosed a statement ol
tlie city's iiidi'l.ii'diiiii.1 to tlie municipality, Anolber, tendering cordial
llmnks tur tlie city's fraiillui permls*
si.'ii of the use ol tlic city cn.d an a
temporary "lock up.'
In reforcoco 10 the joint committee to
Inquire into tlie hetteruieut of the ftrrjr
service, the district wrote saying tliey
would he pleased to co-operate nnd consider any recoiiiiiiendntioiis thnt might
be suggested.
The other letter Irom the district
council was In answer to (lie city clork'l
letter In reference to arbitrating certain
mnttcm thnt tbe district contended
were in dispute ln'twceu (he two councils. 'I'lie following resolution wns
adopted by llu' dislriel in Ibis connection nml was enclosed iu this communis
cation;
Unsolved to reply lo the city council
llinl apparently it is Infposslblo In arrive nt a Settlement Without arbitration;
ih Regarding tin- matter of ibe ferry
r.'nt due 1111 l.'ilb .Inly last nml sin.-fl
paid tn Ibe city, nml .L'i Regarding the
iiuiiii.r of llie dislriel control nf the
Lynn creek vnlley run.!, as regards tbs
taction of telephone polea and lines
thereon, nnd, ns the clly makes chiiins
regarding both these mnttem, hy virtue
a ilie City's Incorporation Act, they1
beceuarll; fnit under ibe arbitration
clause iu die ictiediiled agreement to
that act."
Letter No. 1 waa referred te the finance I'liiiiinlll.'c, (be second and third
were (lied nnd die fourth Inter tier laid
over lill iii'iil meeting.
.1.  Kirkland    wrote    complaining ot
damage Ions le bis properly bj tbe It.
c. Agency Corporation, who are clearing land iu ibe vicinity of hiii hul-'liiigfi.
Mr. Kirkland slated that the cumpnnj
w..nld not rccuir ■ him in nny W«J
nod be therein, laid Ibe mailer hefufe
lhe city council to Inku notion In his
behalf. Mr. Kirkland wns present and
spoke a few words in explanation .if
liis letter, In Ibe first place he llmn-lit
lhe council was reipolialhle ns lie understood tlui It. ('. Agency bad obtained
a permit to do blasting within (be limits,
lie con-dilcrc.! the daninge done bis properly from flying debris, would nmoiuil
In $'£,.   Tint mailer was referred to llie
fiunm-i* committee to consider Mr. Kirk-
land's losses.
Mr, Kirkland also spoke in connection
with a peiiiioii sent lu for the opening
up of n slreet into Wc-tern nveiuie. At
Ibo presenl lime eumlltloius ,|u nol prr-
iiui ot liiuliliin materials being taken
inlo Ihnt dislriel. The request 11 I-i
Included ilm laying of 11 ihlewnlk, It
was referred to tlui hoard of works.
A letter from    Health  Officer Dr.
Campbell mis rond, which r amended
the Installation Of n septic tn'nk iii certain localities where ibe conditions
existing nt present were Injurious to ibe
public health. The recommendation
was adopted,
The waterworki regulation bylaw was
road In full and passed its ihlr.l reading,
Aa appropriation of ?'•(> por month
was made lo the Dominion Publishing
Co,, publishers Ol "Where lo Iiii," fur
advertising apace,
Tlie council then treni Into cnmuilitec
On Wednesday evening in Latin's Pavilion sups were taken to
form a Conservative Club. The
mealing, though hot largely attended, was a very enthusiastic ohc.
C. M. Woodworth, president ol
lhe like club in Vancouver, outlined tin work to be done, and as-
sited veryma.erially at organizing.
Mr. A. R. Stekcy Was elected
president ol the newly-founded
club. Dr. Jordon, vice-president,
and Mr. T. Shephard, secretary
treasurer. Bylaws as previously
drafted, were accepted, alter which
the membership roll was opened
Messrs McKay and Allardyce also
gav: words of encouragement, as
did also Mayor Kealy, M. S. Mc-I ,   '
Ipliaira
Dowell, end others. It was decided to call another meeting lor
Wednesday evening next, tht 18th,
when a general organization will
take place.
II
Church Notice
ST. ANH 'XH's I'RF.SSV'IFRIAN CHURCH
SIXTH STREET.
Services will be conducted as
usual on Sunday by the pastor.
Sunday 'chool, 2:30 p, m.
Service at Moodyville school at
7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting ot. 1 hiusday at
8 o'clock.
All are welcome.
Pastor: Rev. J. D.    .Haiti, M.A.
METII.'iiIST CHURCH,   ORANOE  lUt.l.
Class meeting 10 a. m.
S 1111.lay schou, -and bible  class,
11 a. 111.
Evening service at 7:30 p.  1.
Rev. B. II. Balderston, B. A.,
paster
st John's tiie WANtmisT, sr.vF.NTh
SN"  miRTEEMTU STRKF.tS.
Holy Communion, R a. m.
Miming prayer, 11 a. tn.
Evening prayer, 7.10 p. m.
On the grst Sunday in the mdrtiti
there will be a second celebration
ol the Hol) Communion at 11 a.m.
Rector. Rev. Hugh Hooper.
IIAFTIST CHURCH, ORANOE HAM..
Services conducted by the R,*v.
David l-o e. Sunday school at :
p. m<, preaching ssivice at 3 p. m.
All are wei jm*.
Fa   0.   E.
Mr. H. II. do Jersey, nf l,os Angela,
visited Nurlh Vancouver last Monday,
Mr. De Jersey «ns m Vancouver abonl
Iwn years nun nml nt that time look a
trip over to   Nurlli    Van iver   and
much una his astonishment nl lhe
rupiil development nl lliis city since his
last visil. He alnleil tu tl friend thai
the (truwlli  wns lieymnl   anything  he
cinilil have Imagined,   He   ia   rIso
thinking wrinusly uf coming I" ■'• •*■'•
to reside and aa Norlh Vancouver
nimle audi a liivnrnhle impression on
him it is probable that ho will declflb
nn 11 location in this city Im his future
resilience.
Writing from Norlulk, Va.
Chas. '.. Mee, Moodyville, dele
gate to the Eaglet convention,
says that the new officers arc as
follow;: Urand Worthy President,
Bell (California); (i. VV. V (P.,
Monahan, Secretary, C. H. Mann,
Milwaukee. Mr. Mee says tint'
the convention was a great success.
He als.. wus the recipient of many
distinctive honors. No doubt on
his arrival home he will be tendered a reception by the Fagles ol
Vancouver.
President Theo, A, Bell will arrive in \ ancouver about the 25th
inst., en rou'*- hofne. He *ill
visit Nen K'otV Chicago, Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle, thence to
California.
The Express had a talk the
other day wilh Mr. Kobt. II.
Bryce, of this city, about oyster
culture. He said that the annual
product of the oyster beds ol the
Uoited States totalled the fabulous sum of (ao.ttoo.ooo, One-third
the entire value ol her fisheries.
The oyster induBttyof this country
should not only be protected, but
substantially aided by the government. The only successful oyater
beds in the past were operated by
private en:erprise.
Ou Ihis coast there are not
physical or biological
characters that are favorable to
oyster culture, dn tile other hand
ill 're are many serious drawbacks,
owing to the formation of the
country Surrounding tlie Pacific
const. Five important factors
must be considered in propagating
oysters c r. the Pacific coast. (1)
The density ol the water; (a)
temperature of same; (3) character and consistency Of the
water; (4) the quality ol the
ouster food ; (5) the presence of
enemies, and how to prevent their
intrusion.
There is a natural breeding
ground about 240 miles north ol
this city, where Ihe oyster are
most prolific. A proper breeding
grou.d must have no mineral
indications, and the bottom
Should be Of such consistency as
will pfeverit the oysters becoming
engulfed in mud, or covered by
shifting sands.
The bulk of oyster food consists of diatoms, which, although
er. .'o'ved Vfith powers of locomotion, are nevertheless plants, and
require their nourishment from the
same class of substance as do the
common plants. Eastern oysters,
transplanted on the Pacific coast,
have been sown promiscously
without 1.(ought ol the surround*
iag --on. jitiont ol the country.
The rate ol growth of the oysttr
depends upon the rate at which
ft is supplied with food. The
oyster food on thc north coast is
the richest on the whole Pacific
coast. The local oyster is coming
through its tests with gratifying
results. And if the government
would give a little attention and
aid tlie B. C. oyster would take a
high position In the oyster world
The close season should be Rt such
time as will protect, nol io much
thc spawning oyster, but the
delicate spat during when il is
especially susceptible, Irom the
workings ol the beds.
Dates of Fall Fain
A list of lhe lain to be held Ihii
Iall in British Columbia has been
compiled iii the office of the deputy
minister of agriculture. In many
cash the dares have not been
definitely settled. The fairs will
be held at the following places on
the dates mentioned:
Kelson September 18 and If
Kelowna..... September 23 and 24
Kamloops... .September 19, ao. 31
Armstrong .. SeptefhBer^' and jj
Vernon September?*, 1), 18
Salmon Arm.. Sept. jo arid Oct. I
Kaslo September ia and a j
Agassi7 September a
Matsqui September 13
Mission .September 17
Chilliwack.. .September 18 and 19
belta .'September 10 and al
Surrey September 34
Victoria September ai to ^
Langley. Septpmper'a J
Maple Ridge ..SeptetnluitM
Coquitlam...., September it
New WeSfffilhster..October 1 to 5
Richmond October 8 and g
Comox September,18 »,i)d 15
Alberni  September 'a'O
Saanich October 18'aitid f9
Islands Septctnbtt al
Cowichan September'Jo an* ai
The dat'ei at Salmoh Atm,
Matsqui, i.iv sion,Chilliwack, Surrey, Richm'told 'ihd CotfifcMn ire
liable to change if riicWsitf ttittl.
Moving Pictures 'it Lanofl's
Pavilion
■ .i
Commencing Monday, S-Jpfltn*
ber 33rd, Worth tcKoVWI w'fo
.Havea itioVitfg pirttbarMWw «v-
|night every week (luting (he long
Winter months. The management
assures lis that the entertainment
Is to be up to date in every detail,
wilh a complete change ot jkro-
gramme eVery Monday nl|t»1,
The entertainment Will Consist ol
[ the latest moving pictures, illustrated songs and magnificent chromatic panoramic views, and the
management has been fortunate
in securing the services ol Mr,
Leo Gibson, the eminent, baritone,
to sing the illustrated songa.
Therefore keep your date open
for the evening of the 23rd, and
you are assured ol an entertainment that will satisfy the most
critical.
LARGE,
The largest potato recorded at
this office this year was one weighing three pounds, grown by Alex.
Gibson, Lonsdale avenue. It's a
dandy.
Mr. irnn Cameron, son of D. Came*.
on, of Ihls city and eoitiueer f"r t'lc
district, arrived lioine Irom Rwnnson
Ilny near Bella Ooola, where lie l"l*
been engaged iu construction work lor
Iho last lew months. Mr. Cameron,
jr., came out to Canndn from the «lo
land lietore his parents nnd hnviiiR M"
cured the position up north, wns nit
here when hid lather nnd mother, with
ihelr family arrived. He hns now,
however, nhoiil iiiado up his mind -°
remain In this city.
W. C. T. U.
•        *        .a..
The regular meeting of the
Women's Christian Temperance
Union will be held in St. Andrew's church on Wednesday,
Sept. 1'Ith. All members please
attend,        Iks. WitrtaKR, Sec.
Residence Lots
CLEARED AM' ON lIKill GROUND, IN
NEIGHBORHOOD OF
THE GRAND BOIAFVARD
AT |500 AND $600 __0_,
nil i m. 11
A congregational meeting ol St.
John's church will be held next
Tuesday evening at the vicarage.
A good attendance is requested, as
important business will bc transacted.
PALACE MOTEL
tt»T riiBNiMitn rt«m #n mt c#a»i
im>,iufiiwmnm,ma»»- n^immmiaa
AN Ul'-l'C-DATK
TOURIST BESOM
ItiTia: ♦1.50 PER
DAY AMI) tIP
Special Rett* to I amllies end Regular Boardere
Half-hour lerry connection to and fruin Vancouver.   Hot and cold
water In every room,   lletnrn rail lielln in every room.
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROMiiTorta
Sicohd Stum,
NORTH  VANCOUVER, B. C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
1      THE EXPRESS
North Vancouver, li. C.
A  Weekly   .Newspaper,   l'lihlialied  by
The Express Printing Company
BubBcrlption, fl.00
United States and Foteign, 11.(0
Strictly in Advance
AS TO OYSTERS
Elsewhere in this issue is published an interview with Mr. R, 11.
Bryce about oyster culture.   On
- ing into the matter wc would
■■ , a tlmt ilu i- '•' ral government should subsidize any one
bringing 13, C...oysters into the
market, the suggestion has been
made-in certain quarters .that the
law should read lor
seed, breeding and. transplanting,"
a-ftl thereby remo.ving the duty,
This' would be playmg. into the
hands of unlair dealers, who would
bring in oysters uqdirthis head,
tmJ thun use them fur mercantile
purposes. Mr. Bryce says it is
impo'sstble.to guard against fraud,
as. the oysters' vary so much in
size, that it would be impossible
to discriminate. A six-months'
old Baltimore is far larger than a
thru, vein uld Olympian oyster.
The government must needs therefore to employ a large stall ul
oyster experts to inspect every
boat arriving in B. C. Hits is unreasonable to expect And we
say let the duty remain as it is.
Where ' Te   Go,   Vancouver's
weekly guide, has just been issued.
It is a 5o*pago illustrated magazine
printed on the best calendered
papur. It contains general in-
formation and a directory ol the
leading business houses, hotels,
. -ale and real estate market, lt is
a worthy publication and deserves
a very liberal advertising patronage. "The Ambitious City" is
very creditably written. We wish
the new venture every success.
The ollice ol publication is atGi.-
Hastings street, Vancouver.
Chiel Joe Capilano,, alter inter
•viewing a delegation ol northern
chiefs this week, has decided to
.postpone Ins trip to Ottawa to see
Premier Laurier this year. He
will go north in a lew weeks,
thence to the west coast ol Vancouver Island. The li. C. Indians
are pulling together on Chiel Joe's
mission,
Mrs. Ctlmmer and her little sun
Otto, Seventeenth streei, will
leave in a few days lor the i ast,
where  they  will   spend  several
months.   Mrs. Cummer has i	
in very poor health lor a long
time) and her -friends hope the
change will do her good.
One hundred thousand feet of
6xia fir is being shipped from the
Western Corporation mill this
week lor England, viaSS, Teucer,
Four hundred thousand shingles
will also be shipped on the Ujth
Ior local trade.
Yesterday Mr. Walsh, of Van
couver, made the Irip from the
terry wharf to the Capilano Hotel
in an automibile in 45 minutes.
This is the i:rsi timi an auto en 1
■Ull*.       •   I 1'
The new store iii the corner ol
Sccon 1 sn-11 md Lonsdah   avi
nue lias been 1     , li h d   md Mrs,
11 A. Shaw 1 ■ 11 a-,-. 1,1.1 tipying the
same.
AM. Smith "pound b; i iw" has
received its third ri ailing I he
dug days are now over.
On 'I'll 11 un  exei p*
'     ill)    la- ivj    blnsl    ol      liunpitiB
I* ■'-'' 1 Mini     in   llu
ncighhi rS ml ni iiii catm
In' 1 uml Umsdali   v hero - h nrlns is
going a.11.   Thi city hull, in pa
fi!' thi . li' ck, nml   .it    ■      the rear
ttcn  broki 11 by flying debri     \ Innn
1    Ma'      'll"  ]■   "   a     Hi]     a ■    r)Ul   intO
tbi   'irl
AS OHAUED,
Cu ti 1   "Oivc ine a pound ol butler."
0    a ■  |. ,y—"Wbnl kind 0' butler'1'
Cuap im 1   -11.aw nitinj   1 imln   ham
Ol '•    I:   f     -"'I'l,!'".'  -   ClltiU'l
The Elocutionist's Curlew.
(llarpcr'a Mngntine.)
I'.nnlaiii.l-  -nn    mis    slowly    renins
ilt:ii.-a! you right hand to your brow),
Killing nil ilu' luml will, honiilj iW'enr
n i-iiza' ni rapture now);
Ami the last ray* kissed the forehead
..(a innn mnl maiden (nir
1 With n movement slow nnd graceful
j mi may now pu*li hack your hnlr).
II.. with -aui, bowed head i.V drooplut!
of your head will bo all right
Till    you   I '-"'ly,   sadly   whisper):
"Cut-fen iiuisl ii"i ring tonight."
Sexlmi," Hessle's  white Iin-    fullered
1   l'u  here 1 aiiblc IS'.-*.
Tluiiicli of course yuu know she'd never
worn ipiite sm h a rliiirinliiu di-essl
•I've it  lover in  ilnn   prison"    (Don'l
forget 1 1! ymir r'»,
Ainl lo shiver 11s Ilionvrl  gnr.lni! Ilirougli
lhe ir..ii pii...n hai'sl,
"(.'rouiwell  will n.i conie iill   sunset"
(Speak eai'li word ns llmngli you'd
. bite
livery syllable 1.. plecc-i, "L'urfew Inilat I
not iim; touiaht,"
HIS INHERITANCE.
Askltt—"Iilil young Sutlorly liiliorll
juytlilug Innn liis fnther?''
.N.iin "i'cs, 1 bollovo he Inherited
tlic desire lo nvold work."
LUCKY, INDEED,
"Did your liushnud have any hid; on
his lllllll Ing Irip'/'' asked tlio friend of
the family.
"Ye-, Indeed," replied her liushaud's
wife "lie tnnunged to get home without shooting liiin-i'lf or anybody else"
A MKI-TIMl WII.I. BE HELD IN
LARSON'S PAVILION
NOTICE.
MOTICF
1*1    with
a.JEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
-■ within thirty days if"the party or
parties holding an agreement ol side
ot the cast lml f ol lot 5 and the
west half ill lot II, block 78, Hub-division
648, Nurlh Vancouver, docs not comply
wiih the provisions tliereof contained
therein, that the saiil agreement will be
cancelled nd become null und void.
W. A. QIB80N.
North Vancouver, August 28,1907.
Ileside,"    I'linil)    spoke    the    sexton
illri" extend your cclvi 1 palnil
I.i'i  ii  111'nihil, like   il sIiiu'k    ns
11 .a-.i.I; striving i" '■'■ ciiluii
■ l.ung, long years I've rung llie curfew"
(Don'l forgel lo 111:1 k- ii y'ars.
U'iili n .pitiful Inileclion ilnn n world
of sorrow boars),
"1  have done in;  duly, ever"   (Draw
ynitvsell up In j ■ height,
I',.i' you're speaking a- Iho   sexton):
"ilyml. the curfews riugs tonight!"
dm  she Swtitie, far out (Xuw hero Is
wlrero you've gol io do your best,
I..-1  your lien.I he iwlsled backward,
let grcii sobs heave up your chest,
Swing your riglu fool through an are
of ninety lineal ilegreea;
Then cbmc down and -wing jour left
foot, nnd he sure don't bend yonr
knees.
your face is worn nnd while;
Keep  this up for fifteen minutes till
your lace Is worn and white;
Tlta'n gtt**.e ni yunr   mangled   lingers).
"Curfew shall 11..1 ring tonight!"
O'er Ihe distant• hills came Cromwell
(Illglil liainl ia. iln' brow once more;
l.ol your eyes look down Ihe distance
- sny nliovo the entrance door),
Al Ids final she told her story (Lift your
hnnd." n- il gli Ihey hurt),
And tier sweet young tin c au I af gnrd
(Now your pathos you assert,
Tia,'n yon straighten up ns   Cromwell,
nml It.' ■ ut.' I., gel il right;
Haaii'i say,  "Go; your liver love*!")—
well;  "Curfew shall  not  ring    to-
light!''
Till', SAFEST WAY.
Myei   "Whal Is the best way to lei
,1   III III .big'.'"
(Iyer "Weil. I nevet had occasion h
tell on.'. I.m if I .1.. I'll t.'ll him l.v lollg
distilllii' pliiilic."
III. 11,18.
AT (1:30  I'.   M,
All are cordially invited to attend.
r, SHEPHERD,
Sec.-Treas.
Public Notice.
VOTICK IS IIKIIKIIY GIVEN thut
'' un application will be made by the
iindorslgned beforo the next regular
sitting al lite Hoard of 1.inclining Coin-
tnissionors of tlie City of Norlh Vancouver fur a bottle license under
section 175, ul tin* "Municipal Clauses
Act" nml "Amending Acts," lur the
premises situate OI) l.'iiiHilnle avenue,
nn Lot 12. block 16(1, District hot 1!74,
in the said City "I North Vuncuuver.
Haled this 8th day of August, l'J07.
JOHN KKNSON.    ■
MISS H. A. DOI1NI.R
Experienced mualo teacher, graduate n|
Conservatory ot Music, Paris, Erauce,
uill give lessons evory Saturday afternoon at Nurtli Vancouver,' Studio, Mrs.
Andersou's, Thirteenth street, corner
Chestertaolu avenue, next to Church 0!
England,  lur particulars applv
MISS V A. HlllINKl!,
Vancouver, 11, C.
General Delivery.
G.RADING SCHOOL SITE
LYNN VALLEY
■TENDERS ARE INVITED FOB-THE
Clearing, Grubbing nnd Grading an
acre nf land in I.vnn Valloy fur bcIiooI
-ile, conform to specification, epics ol
which may he Imd at tho District Municipal iiiiii.', Esplanade, where sealed
tenders must lio lodged before 8 o'clock
p. m., nn the 20th inst.
ALEX. I'llll.ir,
C. M. C.
Wc Do
Job
Printing
f. W. TEMPLER ia CO.
GROCERS
PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT
THE STORE OF QUALITY
Corner  atb  b\.  and  Lonsdale   Ave.
TELEPHONE 40
Drink
Thorpe's
Drinks
A. A. CROWSTON
GENERAL  BROKER
a*..- N  I1I1I1V  I'IIIILU.
Insurance:  In all Iti Brtnchst.
Mining    PltOlf and Hydraulic.
Timber:  Hardwood, Codar and Fir.
M0N»a.l 11 roa  HU   COWIIHUl
Protective agency.
Office: First St., E.of Lomdala Ava.
CUIU/'C PIONtf:R DRY
On/ITT   O   GOODS STORE
Will move lo turner ami
more convenient premises,
011 ur about the
THIRD WEEK IN AUGUST
willi 11 new nml specially
selected stuck, which will
leave iuiliii.lv an 0ZCI1M lor
crossing tlio Inlet. Strictly
city prices.
Cor. 2nd and
Lomdala Ava,   -   N.VANCOUVER
SMOKE —r-n.
TERMINUS CIGAR
CLEAR HAVANA FILLED
ELDER,  MURRAY CO.
Vancouver Address:                                                                  Nortli Vancouver 1
436 Richards SI.               HTl til Y  1 IST                 ■'■""'•'•n Block
Thone322l                 WIAM-I   LIJJI                   >m_ J;
Week 1 iiiIIii.i Sept. 14th,
NORTH VANCOIIVfR
Price            Ca-li
(87,10      |     t'2000
isoa      |        6*3
3400      |      l.'ffll
14.10            788
IIKKI 1 7110
COO | llllll
•il* 1 100
17.1               100
1000      |        US)
Description
1   Lurcc Flvorooai Ikiiisl-, nuiilerll, on Lonsdale nvcllllc,200
1       tent troatnae, Ohaapeat liou.se buy In the city.
i   Two-roomCotiagooaaofootlol,onTiilriooulliKreclitrert,
j        clnin to l,<inn'liile Hvi-inic,  An litest silo.
1   First Btreet, lirwi lilock cast et Lonsdulu avenue.
1   llilslncus l.<its on first street.
I   I'liracr itereliliii'li on Scveiileeal'street,   Real Imrgaln.
1  cleared quarter uere on Gtiostorfleld avenue.
I   h'iIly.lout lot close I.i l.aaiiMlaili' ftveiuie
1   Nenr proposed Narrows bridge.  Kaiiy terms.
j   2J{ uere Illoeks, Lynn Valley road. These arc selling fast
WE HAVE THE
LONSDAH   ISTATI
BEST SELECTION OF RE-SALES IN THIS Ill.OCK
I.O'I'M PROM   $3;5|   CASH.   Sii.il
A RARE CHANCE
Have' yon been to our liig Hoiiscfurnishing Sale yet?
II not, you should not delay. This is positively the
largest
August
Furniture Sale
ever held in the city. We mu it con tidcrably ri dui t
our cnorniotis stock ol llouscltirnishinga to make
room lor new goods. This is your opportunity ol
make a big saving and get In Her goods lor less
money than ordinarily. We hope ymi will rail oil us
and lot us hnvo the plea Hire ol showing you lhc
astonishing reductions in everything throughout the
ton
THE HOaJSEFaJRNISHERS
Al.i, KINDS —^
Wines, Spirits, Beer
und
Temperance Drinks
Popular Trices
J. P. TURNER
LIQUOR Mint IHSI PHONE 392
Ii70 Crnnvillc Slreet
D. X. SMITH, Ltd.
(OUNIR liRANVIIIt AMI IU N&tlllR MKIIIC
VANCOUVER,  B. C.
LIST YOUR
PROPERTY
with UH i'ini
QUICK SAI L
A. SMITH & CO.
JUNCTION   BLOCK
NORIH VANC01VLR.
NORTH VANCOUVER FERRY & POWER CO., LTD.
Summer Time Table, 19.17
LEAVING VANCOUVER
CITV:
STEAMER
ST. GEORGE,
•li.OOA.M.
•li.'lfi "
X.00 "
S.-IO "
0,80 "
10.16 "
ll.i.'i "
12.18 P. M.
1.16 "
2.15 "
3.16 "
4.15 "
6.15 "
0.16 "
7.IS "
8.15 "
0.16 "
10.15 "
•11.30 "
STEAMER
VANCOUVER.
9.46 A.M.
10.46 "
11.45 "
ll!.4.ri P.M.
1.45 "
2.46 "
3.45 "
4.46 "
5.15 "
0.45   "
HAVING   NOUTII VANCOUVER CITY:
STI
ST, 1
(MER
SOROE,
A.M.
STEAMER
N. VANCOUVER,
r. M.
,M,
10.15 A.M.
11.15 "
12.16 P.
1.15
2.15
3.15
4.15
5.15
0.15
7.15
• Not on Sundav,
UNSHOES BARGA|N8
- to be sold at    	
WHOLESALE PRICES
fARI    WfilFF    THOMPSON BLOCK,
t/\HL   YYULIL,  LONSDALE AVENUE.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
LOTS
70 X 240
$300
Close-to saw mill and plank road;
ten minutes from car; only $300.
Also a lew i 4 acres Ior $200;
terms, 10% down, Jio per month.
House to let, 6 rooms, all conveniences ; splendid view. Also
one (or sale j $500 cash and $20
per month.
Iwo perfectly cleared lots on Lonsdale Avenue
$900 each
WESTERN CORPORATION,  LTD.
Capilano Hotel1
CAPILANO   DAM
Everything new and modern, affording all lhc
luxuries ol a metropolitan hostlery, Elevation 500
leet almvc sea level. Ideally Situated lor people
wishing an cxhiliarating climate, beautiful mountain
scenery and climbing, and good fishing and shooting.
A lew hours Irom the summit ol Mount Crown and
the Lions,
Tally-ho meets car connecting with 9:15 Ierry,
at BowicltO avenue, returning between 6 and 7 p.m.,
calling at the two canyons and the suspension bridge,
allowing time lor Inspection,
RATB81   ggjjO to ffj.oo Per Dny
HI'IUIAI.   BATE*   TH   I'AMII.MCS   AND    HKr.l'I.AU
BOAWIlKKH
DICKSON W. KELLS, Prop.
TICUCrlUlNIC  IO4I,  NOUTII   VANCOUVKII.
THE EXPRESS, $1 PER YEAR THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
NORTH   VANCOUVER
STILL   THE   BEST   BUY
We have some lota left in this Original
Subdivision.   Call and see us, and
buy before they are all gone.
The Electric Tram runs
right through this property
It is bound to  be an  Important addition
in the near future
Ea&ij Term*
For Prices ami Maps, apply
llll
440   SEYMOUR   STREET
11. KEHU lli.ri.il.VI K. MANAC1KK
1.1
$4 MEN'S $4 SHOES   $4
We claim to carry the best
ol this popular priced Shoe in
the ciiy.
Uox Calf Lined, Double
Sole, Goodyear Welled
A RAINY DAY BOOT
Vevur Call, Gun Metal Call, or
Fine Dongola, single or double
slip soles. All liiiodyear Welts
Neat Hressy Boots.
ALL AT $4.00
PYKE'S SHOE STORE
5:6 HASTINGS STREET W.
J. F. TAYLOR,   A. G. McCANDLES.   S. G. SI'IiNCI*:,
President, Vice-PreJ. Scc.-Trcas.
*
When
Furnishing
one always likes selecting
(rom vast stocks, Irom a store
that has a reputation lor gouil
iirniture and hair I'riccs.   Wo
have and we try to live up to it.
No mallet whether you require au odd piece or the Furniture and Carpets lor your entire home, wc can serve you
and save you money. Our entire building, with its (our
gnat floors, is crowded to over-flowing with all that is newest and best in Furniture and Carpets.
Vmi arc as welcome to look as to buy. Drop in the next
jimc you are over.
Standard Furniture Co., Ltd.
507 lo "511 lluslings Sl. W., Vancouver, II. C.
'Phone 360.
rm iakLus&^ii-jaliuit yi:i^MearJ_htakWllm
Buildings in Demand.
liuililiiiK {-peratioiiii aw Kninit mi In
North Vancouver without the least siuim
nf abatement, denpito On* fncl Unit tlie
nrl season i- near nt hand.
Tin' blocks nn Lonedalo aveue are fust
reaching conipletomonl mul uill nil Ik.-
ready for occupancy in (In- course uf a
month rn- lien. Il in ninii expected llml
ilu- projected blocks of Mr, J. W. Homo
mul Mi. .1. i'. Keilh uill shortly Ih- evidenced.
Tin- diameter uf building In acknowl
ihIkihI lo In- very necessary I'm the up.
building of tin- iiiy lml it Is Ml Hie
1 1 needful structures of nil nn- Ilm
dwelling houses,
Und (ur Uils description uf building
1- nv.iilnlil,. in abundance nml enn .vol
1... purchased nl reasonable prices Hint
uill allow iln- builder .1 good percentage on bi*. Investment. Tbe fact in evident llml n great many dwellings in
I'imiKi. of erection ntnl others contemplated, nl least llfty in nnmlicr nt Hit-
present time, bul tin' majority of thom
un* In- owners who Intend making them
Ihelr homes, This i- n greal boon lo tin*
iiiy nml Km'- In insure iln future. At
Um -.mn' time ii Is felt mnl tin. facts
.in- rorboreted by real estate men, Hmi
lli.* ilfiii,nut for renting bouses cannot
1..' overestimated, Campers nnd families .ni- coming mi'i from Vancouver
•l:iily in quest of houses lo rent but the
situation lii'ii" *.....in- even worse in (lint
u-l 1 lium in Ilm other clly.
Horticultural Society.
A full' iilli'iiiliiiii't' wns present ni n
general meeting ol iln- Horticultural society lielil in il,,. city bull Inst evening.
Mexander Sinldi occupied tlie chair,
Tbe principle object for which ibe
meeting ivns (..nllwl was fur tbe considering of ways iiiiiI means advisable in connection wiib ibi. erection nf a building
on (be society's grounds, 21st .street. The
matter mis thoi ghly discussed,   The
exocutlve wns Instructed tn secure tlie
sum uf $3,000 fair ii,,. effecting of ibis
purposo, Tbe mn In portion of the build-
iug proposed will be -Hi by nu, wiib n
verandah uroinid nil sides. Tlm exo-
entire nre vory desirous nf securing us
largo a list of members ns possible uud
will offer n spi'iiui Inducement about
the first of October lo nny Intondlng to
join.
Tho oxecutlvo have done very creditable work iu tin- past nml are endeavoring to mnke tlie society n very pop.
nur organisation throughout the district,
School Board.
A special meeting uf the school
board wns held on Tuesday evening,
Chairman A. H, Btoney occupied tho
ihnir nml the members were nil present.
Reports frum different schools showed the usiinl increnso in attendance
iimt Ims been evidenced throughout tho
school district at tho opening of this
term.
In the North Vancouver schools
Principal Bennett's room olono opened
with un attendance ol fifty-seven,
which is nearly a hundred per cent.
incroaso from last term's number,
Tlm schools, nml especially tho ono in
the city, nm sn overtaxed that the
board were forced lo tuku Immediate
steps for the securing of moro nornm-
 ilnlinn uini tlm addition of nnothcr
teacher to tho stuff. Consequently thny
resolved to Iny tho matter before thc
city council uml explain tlm position
thoy were in and request lhat body In
make uu additional appropriation tu
meet these demands, This request wiih
iiiiaiiiiiiniisly granted hy the council
nml n grunt nf six hundred ilnllnrs
mnde lo cover the extra seating required nnd Bolnrics, etc, The contractors ore putting tho finishing
touches mi tho new addition to the
city Bcllool nml exneel tn he nblo lu
Iiuiiii uvcr llu- keys in a few ilnys.
The Ambitious City.
An uriii'h- appearing in the September nuijiber nf Westward Hn! entitled
"The Muliiiiniis City," by W. 0, Bell,
nil I'X-rrsnli'iil nf Ihnt    city,    is    w
wiirili reading. Mr. Hell's article gives
nn ui'iiirnii' history nf the city nf Nurtli
Vancouver from its inception tn tlm
present progressive stngc, nnd pictures
ii us n possiblo rivnl tn Vancouver in
iln- ant fnr distant future. The article
is accompanied by halftones nf the
mayor, A. E. Kealy, nnd different
places uf interest.
From nn instructive stand point, tho
article cniilnins much valuable information concerning lhc Ambitious City,
nnd would bo nf interest In intending,
I hers iu tin- cast,
Cnntrnctor McLennan is engaged in
lhe clearing of Mr. J. VV. Homo's live
lnls nu Iho corner nf Bocnnd strccijind
bunsdnlr nvi'iiiu'. Rumors mv numerous ns lo Mr, Home's Intention in
ihis connection, In nny event it will
mid in ilm benutifying "f thc property
i„ ||,o neighborhood nf tho business
snt f llu- city,
Tbr II. C, Ment Mnrket delivery curl
Imd n runaway yesterday afternoon, A
broken slmft and other minor derange-
ments were censed   in   consequence,
The delivery will mil bo h pored in
nm way, however, ns another iiu was
on I I tn lake flic pin I Iho dis*
niilcil  na ihis jnoming.
BRUCE *DODDS
GENERAL MERCHANTS
Flat Iron Block, Cor. 8th and Lonsdale Ave.
to con
I"
T
T
T
lines,
worth
The following quotatiODI on our Teas will be found interesting
launiera of that beverage.   We aru offering
ive pounds ol Assam Pekoe Tea, U.
Iirec pounds Ceylon l'ekoc Tea, go cents.
:ircc pounds Priilc ol Assam, U-
lirce pounds Choice Ceylon Orange Pekoe
Theso Teas were specially imported.
such as Lipton'i, Tetley's, Blue Ribbon
very fine) Si.25.
We ol course have other
Snlada  and Gold-
We arc in receipt of another large consignment ol choice
ALBERTA DAIRY BUTTER
Which wc sell at 25 cents per pound, well worth 30 cents per pound
In general groceries WE LEAD, as our prices will show.   The
consumer is invited to call and get our quotations,
II   II  IS IN OUR ADO It's SO     'PHOHl 41.
The ri'dulnr nicctirifi (if tho district
council was held in Ihe municipal hall
on Friday evening. Reovo Mny pre
sided, nml nil the councillors were pro-
sent.
Thc minutes of hist meeting woro
adopted ns road.
Petitions from owners of property in
block 599 asking fur a road to be pul
through this block running from tho
nnrlh lo thc south wan presented to tho
council nnd roferri'd In lhc engineer.
Hastings Shingle Manufacturing Co,
uud others petitioned the council for
tho purpose of having many inoro
turnout places put in the plnnk road
known ns tho Lynn Valloy road which
runs nurlli from Nurth Vancouver to
Promo's camp, It was decided that
the matter receive tho council's at-
tontion at sn early (Into and action bo
taken.
Petition from owners in D. 1,. 2()A'l
stating that the rood in that district
was in bud condition uml asking that
tho council hnve it gravelled and repaired. Resolved thnt work should be
commenced ns sunn ns convenient Inr
tin- day work gang,
Percy King wroto Baying that he in*
ti'iidi'd getting building material nud u
stumping machine Into his property
ninl wished tho council to put Into
proper condition the crossing over the
flumes,   Referred In board of wurks.
Petition frnin three residents in P.
li. 2087 asking thut lliivnl   slreet    he
opened up from Westnver road to Potcr
Btreet. lt wus referred lo tho engineer
In report on,
Owners in T). L. 897 wrote nskiiu,'
that Ihe rond allowance iu tlmt district
In- widened ten feel inure to allow
ibeiii tn get in building material fur
tho erection uf buildings which ihey
anticipated erecting. Referred I" the
engineer to reporl mi.
Letter from thu city council cnclos*
ing u communication from lhe provincial secretary In thnt hud; in connection with the Second Narrow bridge,
wns rend nnd filed.
W. 0. Walker, 0, M. 0. lur Iho
municipality nl South Vancouver,
Wroto stnliiiH thul his council liml tip*
pointed ('uuncilliirs Hill, Stewart and
Pound us representatives iu the Second
Nnrrows bridgo committee. The re
presentatives from the district nf North
Vanoouver nre Reeve May, ('uuncilliirs
llnlisiiu nml McNaught, This committee will ho a standing body wlm will
denl with llio bridge matters from
inui- tn lime, us ilny come up.
The clerk nf the city of Nurth Van*
couver wrote giving thc dislriel per-
inissiuii to use lhc ciiy jail as 11 temporary luck up, provided thc dislriel
pay nny expenses incurred.
Engineer Jorgensnu's plun was sub*
iniiinl nml ooceptcd,
Mr. Kells, nf the Capilano lintel at
tbe dam, spoke lo Ilm council In re-
jajtral lo repairing   lhc  Capilano  road
nurlli fr  the bill hill I" Ins lml'I ill
the dam. Mr, Kells wus assured llml
his reipiest wolild receive immediate at*
tcntion as soon ns Ihe dislriel became
lhc owners nl tho mail which nl presenl is controlled by Iho oily of Van-
mover iu conneclinn with their water
wurks system,
Several plan- nf subdivisions were accepted.
The ronorls nl Iho finance and hoard
nf »..rks cui ices were adopted.
Mrs. A. S. Billings, ef Lonsdale avenue, gave a whist party on Tlunsilaj
often I.    There were present    Mrs.
Kealy, Mrs. Irwin, Mr-, llunliiiry. Mr.
Hick. Mrs. llannn, Mrs. Fioldhousoand
Mrs.   Phillippo,   thus   making   Iwn
tallies,    The playing from  tho  c ■
luencciiicnl developed inlo nny coinpc*
1 ,ti,,u between the players, After Ihe
regulation numbor nl games were
played the cunt stowed thai Mrs.
llmiiK, corrlcd off lhc linnnrs nl first
I,,,/,,,    Tin consolation prise lell   lo
die int uf Mrs, Bunbury snd c latcd
nrruv of refreshment! were sel before
„f ;,' iiiiinii of looth picks which cams
in very useful Inter on when n line
il,, ladles, previous lo Ihelr leave ink-
nil!. 	
The tin! regular 1 'inn "' llin •>•*"
ly organised lodge ol the Knights ol
Pythlnni will bc held lu thc Orange ball.
..11 Si-ploiiilu'r  IS.
Candidates, who will then i»' present
fur t in- Initiation ceremony, nnderwanl
medical examination   yeslerdaj   after*
nuiiti.
The (iiriini/.i'i  Iiii- beon doing ver)
strenuous work in com lion with the
Inception "f Ihe Sorth Vancouver lodge
and it is espected thi membirildp roll
«ill  nli    I1111.I1  till   Hi murk  when
luili!'' 1 1- ncM \Vi',lin".ali.i
Mr ltrai-a.. „( 1I1,' logging tii in of
llrniisey ,v (Julnn, who operate n camp
op the const about thirty miles nortli
..I Bochelt, mt. in the clly Bsturday,
.1. li. Parquhat and Mr. McKay ot
lie Dominion assay office, Vancouver,
pent Labor Day at tho Oopilann hool. Doth gentlemen being enthusiastic
fishermen, an enjoyable and successful
time wus spent.
JAS. GRAHAME & CO.
PaINTEKS  AND   PAfSRHANGtal
Ml'RAl. DECORATORS
Gkainiks    Glaziers    Signs
LONSDALE   AVENUE,
Oi'H. ijth Strut.
Rolled Oat*
floor
Hay and feed
Seed*
ALL ORDER*
DELIVERED
iheBrackmao Ker
Milling Co.
Limited.
Harry Mitchell, local manager,
Lonsdale Avenue.
Fine, healthy Tomato and
Cauliflower Plants, grown from
Sutton's Seeds, always on hand.
G. E. JORGENSEN
(I.ii InglMrr ul L I   lul tamy-M
'rsi.si mji
llill»i.a. Bridget, Willi I'-miri, lltlBim,
sil|,fHnlfiialiiir.al Ciiiiitnii'llou U<v> Ume.
■lira, Mlnlni .'lamia, S.ib Iilalilima. all
111 iiutimi si. w., . . viKcoum, 1. e.
PATRONIZE
the
BOARD OF TRADE
BARBER SHOP
Isnsdalc A venue,
near corner of First street
BATHS
CIGARS<md TOBACCOS
BIRT CAMPBELL
Prop.
B U L B S
ri om 11 «nc«, ll.llind (ltd J«tno.
SEEDS,
TREES,
PLANTS
EOR FALL PLANTING
reliable vsrialies at reasonable prim.
Fertilizers, Bee Knppllae, Spray I'umpi,
Bpriylng Material, Out Flutter*., etc.
Oldest MUhlished nursery on tht
msinlsiiii ol British Colombia,
Catalogue free.
M.J.HENRY'S
MRSIHIIS AND SIIOHOI SIS.
VANCOfVKR.B.U. TIIE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, R. C.
BLOCK 33
ju^jji________BaM-aaaBBhsoebd
DIST.  LOT  550549
Lots in this Block will shortly
be put on the Market. For
Price List and Terms, apply to
S.GINTZBURGER
-LIMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
161 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
Obituary
1836      THE BANK OF
hi
0
ESTABLISHED   1836
NE ol tin' olilcst banks lining business in
this country.
iiii ltriiixhrs in Crniadii nml llir United States,
A general banking business transacted.
Honey Orders Issued payable anywhere in
Canada,'United States or Great Britain.
Drafts bought and sold.
1'iompt attention given to collections.
Savings Hank Departnienl.—d«positsoiu.w
and upwards received.   Interest  paid every
three montlis.
Office, (.'or. lonsdale Ave. and Esplanade, North Vancouver, B. C.
II. R. Heffell, Manager.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co.,Ltd.
Owing to change of the lerry time schedule lollowing will
obtain;
First Street
Leaving Queensbury Avenue at 5:30 a. m„ 0:30 a. m., 7:55
ami h've minutes to the hour until ic:55 P- m'
Leaving Keith Road and Forbes Avenue at 6:00 a. in.,
7:00,  a.   m.,  K:25,  and 25  minutes  past the   hour
until 11.25 P' ta.
Lonsdale Avenue
Cars will run every 20 minutes.
J^p   All boats are met by the cars.
Hotel North Vancouver.
brand
tourist
Resort
Up to-date
Rates:
J2.00 pet
Day
and up
Spei ial
Kaie-i Im
Families
and
Regulai
Boarders
lerry Servile Every Hull Hour lo mid from Ihis Hotel
to Vancouver, P, ItirMin, Prop.
Rainier Beer*^
Ih b glorious boverngo—quenching and
Batisfying. It''iiiciiilu-r thcro'ii no other
"just a good"   in i t on getting Rainior,
PACIFIC  BOTTLING  WORKS
Vancouveri B. C.
li III IS
'Hit"'' p.a 1 1   ('  1     1 pel pi und 1 '*.!. • 1
Dairy Buttci   Choice, 35 ci m 1 pi 1 pound.
Red Salmon, hall pound tin . 5 cents pei can
.Man caroni, 1      nt  1 ot box.
Cheese, iwo p        lor 35     1
Cur:. Statih, Ihn '  ponn '< foi  15 1  nl
Cork and Beans, largo Ir.t. iwo 1 an ■ (01
Chicken, two pound can:, j j
J. X. McMILUN, Grocer
COR. ESPLANADE AND LONSDALE AVE
Much sympathy is expressed for
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Gibson, of
Lonsdale avenue and Third street,
at their irreparable loss in the
demise ol their son Walter Edward, aged ten years and six
months. The sad event tool; place
last Saturday morning at 11
o'clock. The little fellow, an e.\.
ceptionally bright boy, came home
Irom school on Wednesday morning on account ol sickness. Dr.
Campbell was sent Ior and did
what be could, but on Friday Dr.
Langis was in consultation with
Dr. Campbell, and they decided
to operate lor appendicitis, which
operation was performed on Friday night. The boy rallied for a
while, and was cheerlul, but the
shock was too great Ior his frailty,
and he passed away peacefully in
the presence ol his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Gibson have suffered the
loss of three daughters and lour
boys. John, who is attending the
St. I.ouis veterinary college, is the
only surviving son. The funeral,
which was well attended, took
place on Monday, to Mountain
View cemetery. Among those
sending lloral tributes were 1 The
children ol St. Andrew's Sabbath
school, Mrs. Kickhani, Mrs. Wm.
Morden, Mr. and Mrs. McBain,
Aid. and Mrs. Irwin, Mr. ami Mrs]
Wm. Russell, Mrs. E. McMillan,
Mrs. Grosse, Mrs. L, M. Heard,
Mr. Walter C. Green, Mrs. II. 1'.
C. Eves, Mrs. Sargent, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Skene, Mrs. T. I-eioux,
Charles and Louis Reda, Glen
McMillan, Sidney Gray. Bryan
McRae, George Millar, Kcda K
Andruss.
EVES & LAWSON
OF TIIE
NORTH    VANCOIIVER
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
\
Have a number ol enquiries lor close in Business Lots,
especially on the Esplanade, Tirst and Second St'eets;
more especially west of Lonsdale Avenue.
N. li.— To Owners : It would lie greatly to your ad\ ntige
to list with us exclusively any prope, u you muy v sl to
dispose of in the above described location at once.
EVES & LAWSON
LEARN TO SHOOT
Sport for young and old,
New rifles; latest electric
targets
Fillicr's Gallery, Un.Fd°.?i0iv.nu.
PltONI 6
P.O.BOX 43
III0MPS0N  (LOCH
LONSDALE AVENUE,
Bit-two Eiplani-fc anal tint SI.
NORin VANCOUVER,   B.C.
Mabelle Wllliscroft
PIANO TEACHER
Special attention given to fingering
and tone production,
Studio:   Second cottage, Rgnth Seventeenth, l.allll'llnll' Must.
MI
FAIRBANKS MORSE
GASOLINE MARINE ENGINES
as
Mr. Stephen 11. Green, who 1
been chiel janitor at the Vancouver court bouse ever since its erection, over seventeen years ago, on
account ol his health, baa been
superannuated, and he and Mn.
Green have become residents ol
this city, locating on the Keith
road. There is no man better
known to the legal fraternity ol
the province. He was a diligent
worker and most courteous and
accommodating to everyone In
had dealings with. So careful was
he ol the water pipes ol the build
ing that he nev.ir once had an accident with them. When in the
winter ol 1S92-3 the temperature
went 15 degrees delow, the court
house was about the only public
building in the city that did not
suffer. Mr. and Mrs Green have
thc best wishes of a legion ol
Iriends in taking up their new
home here,
NOTICE
ui
APPLICATION FOR LOGGING
RIGHT-OF-WAY
Nii'l'U'l-. IH I1KUKDY GIVEN PUR-
HI ANT in *-.•. ti..n ::ii, nl the
"Land Act Intendment Act, 1907,"
hv tin' undersigned, which i* a holder
1.1 ■ 1 ul Timber License, thai the
linden gned Intends, tliiriv days after
lervlceand tint publication olthlsnotlce
luappl) tu tlie ci.i.i Commissioner ol
Undi and Works lor authority to con*
iltucl 1 Mii*'--, Humes, mud* ur other
works lor un In getting mil timber (rum
llio limit* covered Ly a license held by
[hs applicant, across and upon the l»i-
lowing inii'ii* namely:
All nml singular iimt certain parcel
..r tract ol land and premises, nitimtH,
1 vi 11 k' ni"1 being in the Province ol
British Columbia, in Hm District of New
Westminster, i.ain^ composed of por.
nun- ul District Lots 1068 ind 10M1
un.l which may In mure particularly
kiiuHii and described »> follows, that
ni..-uv. Beginning at the point ol intersection ol the center line ol the Mc-
Salr-Fraier Lumber Company Limited'!
proposed logging right ul way ami the
WMlorly   li.iiin.larv ol the Boutheait
Quarter ol District 1*1 1054. said point
tains north distant 6,38 chains from the
■oiitnerly boundary ol tho said .lintrirt
li 1. then ,• in a Y lOdeg, 36 min. E.
direction, R.3I chains moro nr le«n to
tin- point ut Intersection nl lbs mid
renter line wlih tha north boundary ol
il... ...niii »..ai a|Hiirtcr nl District Lot
1053, said |iolnt being distant L.OOohnlna
Irom the westerly boundary of the in.<l
lot. snd having a uniform width "n
.'iiiui ildooi tin' laid center line ol -i'
loot, ,ii. 1 containing 60 um acres, bc the
winic more or less.
Hated ai Vancouver, B.C. this Mtli
ilayol August, A ll, 1907,
MiNuii't'i:ci:i! I.ntiini ('"., LfO,
Bv it» Solicitors,
Martin, Craig A Bourne
WRITE KOI. CATALOGUE, OK
CALL AT OUR WAREHOUSE AND SEE ENGINES
THE CANADIAN FAIHBANKS CO.
 LTD	
MONTREAL TORONTO W1NN1PKO
VANCOUVER,   101   WATEK  BTREET
Auctioneers
Accountants,    Auditors   General
Commission Brokers
Rent Estate Agents
MIllllSIJiniltl.il
TsWMlOliS It 2162
W. NICHOLSON-LAILEY
ARCHITECT
Temporary Office—F. Cudnej-'a
Paint Shop, Esplanade,
North Vancouver, B, C.
FarriiT-Nergeant James Yates
CASRIKOE   InliLDH UINEKUL   SMITH
Honsi sHoiiNo a, spccih.Lt/
CW.iKSr  CASKS  AI'Pl.V
Sixth Street l'ender Street
Nurth Vancoiiver        Vancouver, B. C.J
R. II. Tarn, Mgr.  <
Siith Street,  NOKTIl  VANCOl.'VKBl
THE   SOCIAL
I'leioiiiiNt orrur
'PHONE Mil
CollMUaa*, ll.i nt ii.'iuiiii (le.
All 1,111.1. i'l ll"l|. llll|.|.ll*-il I'll atinrt NolliNJ
II. Ull.U'A«»
Offices 20 Powell St,
VANOOl'VKIt, B. Q,
FOR BEAUTIFUL,
Residence Lots
FRONTING ON
"OTTAWA GARDENS"
APPLY TO-
It
543 Pender Street, Vancouver, B. C.
PROGRAM
1. Investments In Heal Estate to  be  profitable
should include some of North Vancouver's
best lots and acreage.
2. A North Vancouver firm for North Vancou-
ver investors.
8. Buy at headquarters of the oldest incorporated
Real Estate Co. with chief place of
business in North Vancouver.
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO. Ltd.
Corner Lonsdale Ave. and Fifth St,
T|,;i,. 1*, NORTH VANCOUVER
tf you are going to BUILD
or do any ALTERATIONS
i'iiii-ult mind we Kill
,     eavcyouMONKY.
Plans, Etc.,   prepared  (or any]
style house. Estimates lurnishtdl
11, ni m
BUILDERS     6thSt.,West|
A. H. MACPHERSON
CONTRACTOR ANTi BUILDER |
NORTH  VANCOUVER. - *  *  B. (
Office tltting and stair hulkling '
specialty
Offlce—Corner Lonsdale nnd wutij
front.  Tel. 3,
J. W. BALMAIN
CIVII,    KNl.l.NICI'.H
AND ARCHITKCT
l'liins, Quantities, Levels
Superintendence of Ciinetrnctiun
l-'iiiiiiTii Stbkot, CoRNSR LOKSDAU A\]
NORTH VANCOUVER,
Oil
When you want
a job of Painting
or Paper Hanging
or Kalsomlning
done.  See
Hardy & Stoney
Sixth Strum 1
NORTH   VANCOUVER.
YEARS'
EXPERIENCE]
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Demons
Copyrights ate J
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tptcliil iw((c«, »ll tinilt clin-n**, In Ibo
Scientific American.
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I'ttlntlitii <■( nny uriciitlfln limtlial,   Term*. W \
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