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VOLUME 9
NOKTIl  VANCOUVER,  B. C.,  FRIDAY,  DECEMBER S, 1909.
NUMBER 14
CITIZENS DISCUSS
SEWERAGE SYSTEM
. The several phases ol the proposed new sewerage system lor
the city, with respect to probable cost and method ol assessment, were thoroughly discuss-
td at the city hall on Tuesday
evening, when a conference was
held between tllc board ol aldermen and the ratepayers, together with members ol thn board ol
trade and other public bodies.
Among those who participated in the discussion were Mayor
.May, Aldermen Dick, Voung,
McNeish and McRae, City Engineer Hanes, A. J. Henderson,
Alex. Smith, C. F. Jackson, G.
II. Mordcn, R. lv Macnaghten,
.1. R. J, Murray, E. H. Bridg-
inan, D. G. Dick and others.
City Engineer Hanes laid on
the table a set oi plans, showing a complete sewer system Ior
the entire city, having one mam
trunk sewer wilh an outlet at
the toot ol Forbes ave. and running up Forbes ave. to 6th st.,
along hth street to Forbes ave.,
along Forbes ave. to I jth strict
along IJtfc street to Lonsdale
avo., and along Lonsdale ave.
to lhe city limits.
It is estimated that to instal
this complete syslein woultl cosl
approximately $800,000.
The various aldernieii iu tlieir
remarks outlined clearly the
plan that had heen lavorably
considered, but upon which no
action had, as yet been laken,
namely, that lhe main mink
sewer be laid al once, Irom tho
Inlet to the norlh end of the
utv, and that there-alter, east
and west sewers Ix- installed, as
the respective streels may request the same.
The most equitable method oi
iinancing ilu mid-rlnking. whnh
had vel beea submitted, was
based on the frontage lax plan,
ill lhe lollowing manner. I.i 1 1
Ii.ims Ix- adopled upon lhe recommendation ul the city engineer, aiid lor purpose ol illus-
tralion let ll Ik- supposed th.it
llial basis is an avciagc shut
ol six niches throughout the city
and that the average cosl to lay
llus sewer would bc $1.50 per
lineal loot. Properly owners
on streets along which sewcis
were built, would be charged a
iinilui in lronlage tax computed
011 this common basis, and any
additional cost, whcldier because ol a larger sewer in any
section, or because ol greater expense lor excavating, as well as
the entire cost al street inler-
si 1 turns, ami past any property
exempt Iroiii taxation, would M
a charge upon lhe general credit
ol the city.
The details ol this general
plan were brought mil bv the
various speakers, iu the discussion vv Iiiiii [allowed,    it was
show 11 thai lhe owner whose
properlv abutted 011 the mam
Hunk sivvii. and who wuuld lor
lhat reason not ri quire an easl
and wesl braiiih, would be
ihaigi-d a lronlage lax on the
same basis as the owner whose
pro|HTtv was ictnovid It uin the
main Iiunii sewer, and that llu
cosl ol the main trunk MWM
above lhc sums so provided,
would Ik- paid by means ol a
loan, ol probably forty years,
on the general credit ol the citv
lt was noted lhat in certain
mi lions it would lie ncics-ai i
to lav a larger pipe than would
be required by   the   iiiiiiiuli.iii
DISTRICT COUNCIL
Reeve McNaught prcsidid .unl
Councillor! Ronton, Allan and
Davisuli were present at tlu-
regular session ol the district
council, Thursday evening.
Communications were received
as lollows:   From A. G. Peri
local manager oi the B, C. El'.
Ry. Co., with reference to cer-
RIM
THE RECENT F1RK
Editoi Kxpreaa:
Sir,—Permit me through your
columns to reply   to   a   letter,
read at Monday nighi's counoil
tain details ul grade on lhe pipe |mteting, Irmn C. F. .lackson, re
line road, to the ellect that   he-
had arranged lor the company's
engineer lo adjust   the   matter
with the reeve; liled.
A second letter Irom Mr. lYr-
rv, giving the estimated cost ol
a joint railway and trallic
bridge over Hastings neck, as
$b<>22; laid over pending thc reception of plalls and specifications.
From A. Davies, chic! uf cilv
police, advising lhe council that
Geo. James, who represented
himsell as being a reddest of
the district had been taken in
charge, sulk-ring from lack of
nourishment and manifesting
signs of mental deraiigeliunl;
matter laid over pending inquiry.
From J, Loutet, advising the
council lhat II. .Slackhouse, intends building on lots 1 and 2,
block 16, D. L 77 C, and requesting ihat" a roadway ba
opened to the properly; council
vvill build road upon receiving
suitable guarantee as to building.
From Geo. Wagg, uimpl,lining of damage lu his lawn during the recent  licslnt,    bei.111 c
of insuilicieiit drainage, and likewise ol a dangerous jog iu tht
sidewalk mi Lonsdale avenue,
north; drainage to lie investigat
ed, and engineer to act as lo
sidi w alk.
Frum .luhn l'luvvinan, asking
perinissiun to cut cordwood on
Nn street west; granted, il
wood is for personal use, utlur-
wisa refused.
From   Win.   Hurrill,   pressing
lm
Continued   on   Page   Six.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
Oilers will Ik' received by llie
botfd Ol Khool trustees ol lhe
utv ul Nurlh Vaiiiuiiver, up lu
Monday, Dec. wtfc, ol tracts ol
laud,  suitable lur school sites,
in district luts vs:, iiu and ,|,
ton uilcr lu Include propertj ol
not less than two aucs in tfei
W. P. PEACEY,
Sn    Botfd Oi School Trn
H. M Ellis is having "milt a
haiidsume new tesideniI m- his
propert v on the botilev.u 1 COT,
Hth itreet.
lor setilemeiii ol his claim,
removing .1 Utt, tailed on  his
property; bill to Ik- paid.
Frum II. Boat, siMil.iiv the
I'.H.C.M., advising luuncil ul
the annual convention in Korth
Vancouver ciiy hall, on December llSth, and asking as to topic! lor discussion; clerk tu ,u
km iw ledge.
From John Turner, staling he
wishes tO build till luts .\A and
27, D. L. 103", alld requesting
that Creek View avenue lie op,it
ed up, in   ulilir   ihal   lus    live
children, ul ichool age, may at
lintl sihool; Engineer Cameron
reported tht ilisiaiue to bt 1000
leet; road will Ik- built iipuii
guar.illUc as tO building.
Plaiis ul subdivision vtrt
dcall wilh as lollows:     Luts 11
10 17, D I,. Mi, relerred back
lor amendment; D. L. 6>3, approved; south one-hall ol 1). I..
i.i.si,  approved   conditionally;
11 .nbtlivisiuii ol lots 1 and 11
to 17, D. L. tm, approved; pari
oi diatrict lots 'Sn and l24o,ep
proved conditionally; portion "I
the tast mi,-hall ol I). I.
approved lotitlltlullalli.
AuuillUs were Ordered paid as
Huns     Pinnace  committee,
st,;,) ;\     l,o.iiii   ol   wolk' .
742.2X; walervvuiks $i.|S oj.
Contractor! Mndsnnnn md
Hi 1 sm v tendered as lollowi for
draining the Lonsdale a nmlh 1
sihool site. Open ditch, f73,
lile drain Si 10; reeve to act.
Tenders as lollows were received (or the ground train, lur
the quarry: Musmiu's United,
delivered at Vancouver, V•;•■.
Langley & Williams, delivered
at North Vancouver, $873;    R.
Wald aV Co., lor rope, steel fl?.-
jo, crucible (34.75; Bayfield &
Archibald, delivered at Vancoo.
ver 5,s»5; boanl ol works to rr
por*,
Engineer  Cameron   reported
hai  the total mst imtiiul In*
1 ause oi damage bj the  recent
freshet, wmild amount tO aboui
koo,    The illitl il.image was to
the bridge ovtr Crown crath, on
the Capilano road.
Councillor  Davison   reported
llial lhe walerwoiks lomtlllUic
had inlin view ul the w.itei wm 'kj
committee ol the city coiiiiiil,
with reference to by-passes at
the metres on the Lynn Vallev
'.v.tt'tn; ilerk to write lhc iitv
the lire on Sl. George's avenue
ou November :ist, to the ellect
that had the brigade tinned out
when the alarm was first sounded, instead ul an hour altcr-
vi .mis, the conflagration might
have been avoided, 1 might inform Air. .lackson thai we have
absolute piool ihal no alarm
reached Nu. 1 hall until 11.10
p.m., and than tht alarm was
immediately anawered. All the
men available made the quickest
mm out possible under existing
circumstances. Mr. Martin admits It could be no later than
IO.30 when be discovered the Iiie
The reason no general alarm
was sounded, was, lhat there
were sullicient men present to
ie with the situation without
calling lur lurther help. I would
also inform Mr. .lackson that
we have iiu means ul communicating willl members ul upper
brigade, with the exception   ol
Mr Lawrence, excepl by spciial
messenger.
The alarm bell   is   not   loud
enough to get tin- memberi out
in the night. 1 will leave it to
Mr Jackson to judge fur him-
srli whether it wuuld be quicker
to gu to   tlu-   upper   hall   alld
climb the lower to wand 1 general alarm, llien wait and take
chattel ul sunn- uf the men hearing it, or to tlo as vve dul, take
all tin men available at lhe lower hall tO the upper hall, and
pull the reel mil, leaving sullicient nieti lu bring up llie Other
lluse III vase ll was needed. Itj
mav bc news to Mr. Jackson t'i
know thai the lirst line ol hose
um tl un lhe lire was the tippir
brigade hose. Thanking ymi lor
space, I remain,
THOS. PRIME
Chiel ol Fire Hrigade
North Vancouver, Dec. 1, 1904
THE HEAVY RAINS
The heavy freshet of the early
portion ol the week, appears to
liave done less damage in North
Vancouver than in neighboring
communities. The city waler
supply was interrupted Ior a
short time, but was expeditiously repaired. The approaches to
Lynn creek sleel bridge sullcrctl
somewhat, but the bridge itOod
the severe test to which it was
subjected, in a most gratifying
maimer. The bridge over Crown
creek, upper Capilano, was pai l-
ly washed out, but will shortly
be in good condition again
Within the city boundaries, the
damage was insignificant, being
confined to ihe ploughing ol a
ili,iniiel across 1st street at the
loot of St. George's and Sl. An-
iliew's avenues, due to thc choking ol culverts at these points.
ANNIVERSARY    SERVICES
The fourth anniversary serines ol St. Andrew's Presbyterian church, will bc held on
Sunday, the 10U1 inst., morning
and evening. Rev. J. S. Henderson ol St. Andrew's church,
New Westminster, will preach in
lhe morning and Principal Mac-
Kay, D.D., of Westminster hall,
in tin evening. On Tuesday thc
14th, the annual sale of work
and supper will be held in the
church, by the ladies aid. The
sale will begin at 2'}o p.m.,and
uo admission lee will be charged
Supper will lie served at a moderate price front jv.lo o'clock.
\111011g the attractive features
of lhe arrangements will Ih- the
Clinese laundry in operation,
lhe north pole, marked bv the
pretence ol both Commodore
Peary and Dr. Cook, and the
dolls' paradise.
Jack Loutet and N. Lonidale
FIELD ENGINEERS
The vuung men ul the cilv
and distrii t sliould Imd miuh 10
alirait tInin in the proposition
io luriii a local volunteer corps
ol Bcld engineers, a inciting for
whiih pui pose will be held in the
citv hall, Fridav evuiing. Tins
will be lhe first corps of this
kind to be urgaiii/.ed iu tin province.   The work ul smh a mrps
is interesting and Instructive to
a high degree, and in Donald
Cameron, who has responded l.i-
Vorably to the request that Ile
lake coliini,tnd of the corps, the
1 oiing nun will have an ellu iciu
ami expi iu iin1' leader and in-
stiiictior. The response to the
iall lor volnntitrs, should bt
Mllli'lctlt al ollie lu ensure the
siiuess ol the imps.
Those wishing to villi Stanley
Heights Addition, arc invited tu
join  the paltv   vvlllill  leavis  the
Billingigate wharf,  Vaniouver,
bv I,inncli, everv line day el two
n'i lock.
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In passes  lie  .illtllori/cd lor lire
protection, dtj council to bt
dulv notified wlnn anv suih seal
has been broken.
The bv-lavvs with rclit'cliu lo
the construction ol I trunk road
to Horseshoe bil.'.Wcrc laid ovir
lor a speiial inciting to bt 1 all*
.-I
The engineei was instruct, d lo
prepare plana ol tht wvsral
road iiids In the diitrict, lo* the
pUrpoM ol   ,ei ut ing   grunts    ol
araterfrontage Irmn the domii
ion government,
The clerk will toiiniiiiiiii.iti
with govt inineiii engina 1 Kei 1
cr, with a view 10 smuing pnymenl o' the grant plolllised   bv
the initial government  tonard
the i"st Ol Ilollvliiun vvli.ul
Also wiih the provim ial govcm-
mint to scum- the repairing ol
'ii' l'i Age in I). I. , 17a 11 will
u thi removal oi the lug |am
in I.vnn creek, that i.tuiil    the
council requesting  that scaled!damage.
;\vnn VALLEY NOTES
The Lynn Valley Lumber Co
lost two valuable horses and a
third was severely injured, Wednesday, due lo tlic lact thai the
lugs ran away on the m-sty
skid road, running over the
horses The driver fortunai-.lv
escaped injury.
The LhHM aciuss .lie pipe line
road, is being lowered, prep ira-
lory to the construction of the
bridge lor the tramline.
P. Westover has let tin imi-
tract lor extensive clearing on
liis property.
The timber camp of ihl Lvnn
Valley Lumber Company has
been moved 111 lo the villi-,- for
the winter months,
w. Parrot mil lacuh moved
to the valley this week and arc
residing on Um pipe Ihn road,
111,11 lhc hotel.     W, Hia 1 an I
kmil}   are also   iievvlv   an ived
isidetits, having taken  1  hi.use
011 Frederick road.
Sonic sportsmen Irmn Vancou-
ur, shot a deer lllis wrek, not
lar (rom E. Crawley's plan mi
Pcler road.
The lirsl shipment ol steel
I,ills lol   the  i \lilisioll    ol    the
1,aiiiliin, arrived K tin pri sun
li riiiinus yesterday.
The   1.unii   ul   the   Hastings
Shingle Co , nl Ril'' Lake, has
lut 11 ilusttl down (or the winit 1
The horses lo the nuinlier ol IJ
passud through the nlv Tuesdav
on their way lo Lulu Island
Au eiiihusiastic crowd gathered in the Institnte on Tuesdav.
umler the  chairmanship  ol   the
iccvc. to hear the luture plans
f iln- Institute diacnaaad, and
Vi p.ulaki   of tht ixielltnl    relit slunttiis provided bv the lo
al ladies,   Some development!
uny hi etpoctnd in iht mm
lulllii A WtlcOmi pine ol 111 Ws
was thai the lilir.it\ was expelled itr a lew days.
P. Hi.nu a is building a boUM
on isti street, west oi Lonsdale
avenue.
Wanted. - To bin seasmia ,1
cordwood in the woods. D. L*
Mclnioiiiincy.
Dr. Ebciit-cr and Mrs Robson
were visitors in the iitv Wednesday alternoon.
V allied. -Private board and
room lor three nun, not too lar
from ierry.    Apply this oflice.
Room to let furnished or unfurnished, terms moderate, Eai-
land, 2nd street, opposite Palace hotel.
Sam Kee announces he removal of his laundry to the
corner ol Mahon avenue and 2i.,\
street.
For Rcut.—Norlh Vancouver.
Two nicely furnished bedroom..,
on. cariine, near (erry. Apply-
to H. W., 114 Upper Keith road
Horn — At Mrs. J. Dcviu s
private nursing home, November 25th, to Mr. aud Mrs. Chas.
T. Brewer, 14th street, a son
Mrs. Hill and Miss Market,
trained medical, surgical, lever
and maternity nurses. Fees
moderate. 22nd street. Phone
R116.
Contracting. — For all kinds
of teaming and team work, land
clearing, etc. D. L Milntoini-
ney at 132 1st street east, or
P.O. box 84.
The board ot police comrniv
sioners lor the districi, will hold
their regular meeting in lhe municipal hall, on Wednesday next,
at two o'clock p.m.
Miss Curie's store, millinery
and fancy goods, 215 Lonsdale
avenue, will bc op,-1 iiniii .0
o'clock Saturday evenings, and
until 9 o'clock other evenings,
until further notice.
I anted from owners -Acreage
lot subdivision aud inside business properly in North Vancouver. We have clients waiting.
General Securities Co., Lid,,
441 Richards slreet, Vancouver.
Mrs. Hosquit will receive on
Thursday, the uth inst., from
three to six p.m., and on the
lirst Thursday ol every mouth
hereafter, at her home on |th
street, opposite the tin-hall.
Alter undergoing extensive te
Oilers ol prOptrty, suitable for
additional school sites are being
called for by the board ol school
trustees ol the city.
Geo. Mill and iamily have
taken up their residence in this
city, on 5th street, wesl ul Chesterfield avenue.
A, Rice, building contractor,
has leased the house recently
completed Ior A. Davies, Mahon
avenue.
The local employees ul the I
C. BL Ry. Co. received their
cheques, a lew days ago, (or the
annual bonus paid by the company to their employees, on a
profit sharing basis. Each
cheque was written Ior J5H.to,
and as there were twenty-six recipients, thc aggregate amount
distributed in North Vancouver
was $1510.68.
Thc smoker and entertainment
given by the Friendly Order ol
Eagles, in their hall, on Wednesday, was a feast ol lun and
frolic from start to finish. A
boxing bout, a mock police
court trial, a fierce fight between two game birds, in the
lorm of two prominent members of the order, and other
lively and mirth provoking
items, together with clay pipes
galore and an inexhaustible
supplv of tobacco, to all ol
which wa.s added codec and cakei
combined to make an entertainment which fully sustained the
enviuble reputation enjoyed by
the local society lor hospitality
POLICE COMMISSIONERS
The board ol police commissioners ol the city, held their
regular session Thursday alternoon. The matter ol prize lights
was up lor discussion, and the
opinion of the board was that
thev ought to be suppressed. Definite action was deferred waiting the result ol the report ol
Clnei-ol-Police Davies, to the
city council, on the matter, on
Monday evening. A letter was
read Irom T. A. Martin, expressing in the highest terms
his appicciaiion ol thc services
rendered by the lorce, at thc lire
which recently consumed the
house in which he was residing.
CARD OF THANKS
Mr. llall wishes lo thank all
ihose who gave their liincly assistant c in pulling out the lire
whuh broke mil at Ins residence
mi Tuesdav night Especially j pairs, including Uie thorough
does lie tli.uik the lire brigade overhauling ol her boUcfl and
lor their promptness in nulling, machinery, and the installation
and tlu uiv ellu nnt way in ol new tulas, the lerry steamer
whnh thev dealt with the out- Norlli Vancouver, is expected to
break, usunie Int run tomorrow (Sat*
—        tirday.)
NEW
ELECTRICAL ASSOCIATION
The  Mirrv   Widow  ilub   has
made arrnngmnenti ior i special
dance in thc Ilortnnltural hall,
nn the evening of Fridav, Dec.
loth. These rtttCtiOM undei Hn
auspices ol tin ilub. an- proving
very popular this season.
Owing to the death ot his wife
Mr. I, B Ilaskius has dei ided
lu sell all the linnitiiii of his
house, iMh aiul l.misilale, in
iludiiig Noi (Ilm nut piano Any-
ili sn mis ol set iiig same inquire
ol Mrs. W I Cioikti it th ami
Lonsdale. House to rent on
slim! ur long lease.
A inciting ol those who woultl
InMmt themselves in establish
The  object ol ihe company ing a down town rending room
section ol tin  Nalioual Elcctrii   loi  voting 111,11, will be held   iu
Association is, to foster the   ollue   111   Un    Thompson
Au inaugural inciting of thill. C. Eleitrn Coinpanv Sntimi
,,l the Naiimi.il ElutiH Light
Assoiiallon was held last nni
iug in the lecture room ol the
compaay. A large number ol
th, employees of the lompanv
wen present and a very colli-
leliensive constitution »as a-
doptcd.
Light  .
and promote the common intu- block, renntlv omipied as a
esls ul its minibus aiul tO ad- local option committal room,
vamii siientific and praitical adjoining tht ofict oi Dr. New-
knowledge in .iU matters nl.it- ioiiiIh, H Batvdny inning al
mg lo ilectin  light  ind power eight o'clock.
companies,also to establish ml 	
dial    and   hinilmal    ttUtlOII     -|||(, i,Klt| police- Imte.   Is   vet
wiih  kindled  assoiiations  and on (he lookout   lur  the  voung
liilweell  the tiieinbi'ts   of    this mall A   l'ovvill.   who   lelt    his
ition. home  ytaterday   morning, for
The meeting held last evening Vammivit,   when   In   has lieen
llidnatili thai the B, C. Eleitrw following tlu tniisiial piolession
Company Section will bc a de- |„it 0| •■hmu nothing has   been
iiiled succesi. heard since tht time ol bil leav-
The next initting is tailed lor ing the house. He is subject
Wednesday evening, tin Mb inst t0 attacks ol an epileptic nature
at a pin , at which tht officttl and it is (eared bv his friends
will In iliittd .md other gmit- that some mishap may have boll business taken up, fallen him. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
ANK OF HAMILTON
Tin* entire board ol aldermen
w as present, .nnl Mayor Ua}
presided at the session ol the
citv council, Honda} evening,
Coiniiiiiiiii.ilions were received
as lollows:   Wallace Shipyard!,
Ltd., requesting a sidewalk   to
their premises; board ol worksi
to net,
halm G. A  Skim, complain
mg llial ilciiiliic ill,Ullage oll
11 li streei had caused the watei
io ovei Bon Ins propi rt} on ud
slleet, and that the lleW gi.nli
had  pi i vcllled  the  water    irmn
running an av, board ol worka,
li.'iii C, F. Jackson, directing r
the attention ol council  to the
i,ut that the brigadi on lhe hill
was not i.illni out during the
Hunt   conflagration   on   i uli
slleet.
light
I   _ [8th and 19th streets   The plan tee 5125.
' the appliea-     A statement  ol  account
lhe bo
lor
j Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods!
;
;
Gent's Furnishing and Fancy Store.
t'.ir. Ji,.l .ma] l.i,ti.i|.*i||. Ave. E-tabli.heil MM NaphtOtM
in .1 letter to the eflect thnt the medied; board oi wurks lo act.
owneri purpoie clearing itreet!    AccottBta were ordered paid as
through tin property, and ask- lollows:     Finance committee,
ing that the cit} open up 14lh *i.'45.eio; police, fsiv; local inland .'nth itreeti cist of Bother* proveiuents, (909.93; board ol
with other observations land avenue, to connect with the works, S132.Mii; water works
with nspeii to the loial lire e\ street! through ilic property and committee J75; lire and light
limuon svstiiu, lire   and   lii;hl-,ls"    *'ilU«n   streei,    belween eoinmittee, Jjo; health commit
loiuimtu. to InveaugnU  -
""I**) umi was nleiiiil  to lhe board legal   services   Irom   Wilson   &
From the city engmeei    n of WOthn. Bloomfield, wu referred to tha
porting with relerence to mean A ,-, 1Vl..v loctj mMAf,vt 0| ,ilv solicitor.
uns adopted during the treshet lhl. B c gj liy Co i„Umate,i Aid. Voung called attention
ul tin past lew days. that his luinp.mv would apprc- tu lhe fad that prist lights arc-
Cm Bngineei Hanes submitt, ciatc the act, II council would being held in the ciiy frum tunc
id an exhaustivi report with n order certain treei to be felled, to time, and advocated their
niiini to the iitv water works vv1ik1, endanger the overhead prohibition. Alter considerable
svstiiu in general, and recom work ol the I.vnn Valley exten- ilisctission as to the powers ol
mending thai it be improved b} taotx, at the north end of Queens- the council in this respect, the
lhe gradual installation ut iast lum avenue; board ol works to chiel ol police was instructed to
Iron 111.mis and concrete riser report, submit a report OB the whole
vuiis IL considered the pre- ■•• it. Cooper complained ai question next Monday evening,
sun svstiiu but 1 temporal-} defective drainage adjacent lo Aid. Uick called attenuuu to
mn loi tht lollowing  reasoni his propert} on the Baplanade the dtairnbility oi inaugurating
the pipes and mains ale Dot laid  ,.,-,(, ,uul rdlO oi the obstruction  some lllcthod ol Warning llio i-li-
lo permanent grade;  thc pipes ,,1 the roadwa) b} vehicles; re- tire dty, before tht water was
nrt all ol 0 1 and an guaran* [erred to board oi works to act. tuned oil at any tune, and   1
in.l lot ""ly siim years; thi t A, Martin, on behall ol 8t, motion thnt inch notice bs giv-
111.uns are, fo. tht m"si pan. John'i church, requested that 1 en in each such Instance, waa
only imir inchci in diameter, light bt installed nt the comer carried.
vv huh Is loo sin.ill [oi a pel- ol nth street and Chesterfield The waterworks committee lein. iiniii sisluii, the mains are avenue; lire alld light luliiliiltlte eoinuientled thill three addition-
1.ip,tide ol sustaining onlv a .'S" to mrOTtl al pressure reducing valves be
nmi head ol watei. whnh is in- ,| \ ||,,,u,. complained that purchased; carried.
siiiiiueiii. the svsttin oi reducing the lailure ol 1 ditch mi 5th st. Citv Treasurer S. Humphreys
v.ilvis tu vogue, is temporary, east to perform its tunctioni, -mbmittcd a report, showing the
and dangerous, as the valves has diverted greal quantities ol linancial condition oi the cttf u
are liable lo get ont "I order m water upon Ins property, cms- at October Jt, 1909, The report
to i.nl when needed; in enst ol a [ng conriderable damage, and will Ih.- found in full in another
largi conflagration In the centre aahed that thc difficulty lie re- column,
oi tin* iitv, tin- releasing ol iln m   '
reducing valm, to give higher
pressure, would result in till'
bursting oi tin mains, whkh an
loo weak  to hold   llli    ple-sllle
ihat wotilil develop; the svstem
is not equipped with a wmcient
niiinliii "I gate 1,iliis siuh as
Would 1 liable a scitlon 10 be Ull
uii wlnn needed, for repairs,
williout diatarWaej iiii remain*
di 1 oi tin utv, tin lyitem needs
somi pinvisioii lor stm age sup-
piv . to pi 1 iilll the iitv  lliilll 1k-
,nn deprived ol wntcr, through
derangement nt the Intahi 01 to
tlmi in.un
Tin   reporl   lurthei   observed
thai iiisin.rn,, tatis an high in
lhe illv   because Ol   these tl C0|
eiicd delei is In tht n ati 1   iyi
tun and that llu  piesi nt is   an
oppOrtttlU  lillle to set lhe lllovi
lllllll   III   opi ration,   louklllg     to
tin Improvement ol tlu lyslem,
as its comph nmi would inpnii
1 term ol (rears. Tin nacrvotri
lm iiii reservi supply, conld U
built   on   tin   mill   svsit 111   and
with a small  beginning,  nniti
1 ouili in added as iln v wi ti   ii
quired.
Tin*   lollowing   iiioiiiiinini.1
I lulls   wi le   III,I'l.    Ill   tin    li |I0I I
I hai  iln pn  'HI Wood mains he
ii placed gradual!) bv 1 ast iron
in,mis. thai Iiii illv iiiiiiiii 1  Iii
in .inn led to pii pan 1 comph te
map ol iiii w.il, I sisli 111 .is 11
Will st,iiiii when COmpK li 'I.  allil
1*1 -.111111111 tin sain, to th*
1 ll thai all mains lie laid at ihi
lowi I sul, rd i-iill Al" I lllal
mains lol llii blisnuss siilloit
■ a ihe uiv lu light imhis in di
.Illliler, atul ihose lol tin lisi
di nllal   su tn.ii   ,iv   nn In        lll.lt
th,* cit} engineer prepan   plans
lor ilu Improvement ol tin sis
tun. having in view iln submit
lllig ol a bv  law  lo the latep.iv
.1 to boiiow irmn *-i\i\ to
1 ight) thousand doll,its lot th,
ivik il,,u a m w Intahi I. .11
ranged nt 1 -put Mm dii lanci
iioiu ilu preient intake, thnl
tin -1 In nn include 1 high level
,ni'i .1 I.m li vi I hsu voir, ihat
1 iia . in nu im lude provirion lor
the purchaw d ilu ntcw 11
* thi 11 ervoira; ihal
Mini;'  '..ran  al   ihi
intaki ••• > part a thi nen plan,
lh.  report n 1 '   al
iin< length bv the council, and
\V 1 l.n. jowl receivad a choice wlw iimi ol
BLOUSES
IN SILK, LACE and DOTTED NET
Prices (rom $3.00
See our Table Centres and Cushion Covers in endless variety
Irom 35c.
In our Hosiery Department we call attention lo the lollowing
-p. 1 ial:-Extra Strong, All-Wool Boy's English-made
Hose, 35c to 50c.
Our line ol I Iravy Wool Sox is unequalled     -   -    -    35c.
DRESSMAKING on the premises.
THI   MAN WIIH ll\S TUMID I'lAN'is Fm:
PADEREWSKI   IS  HERE
a.an mill y,,iir piaii" linii'il In ""ini-ntn' »h"cin irminii.i<■•■
iii-./iiiii* .in.ii. inui. phone i"
I, W. "MHII,   (I  at. Wanl. An V4inliti\ lliiriiuil'i)   111 Pender Street
ll.umi IM Bull! Vimanm   in    MflVaantM
i'ln tii.-oAv «ui!K Asi'iruiin OfcaajaMadenli
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Buy at the
Welcome
Parlor
And Save Money
King Apples, 1 box  (I.RO
funking Apples, I box   I Ml
He.t Creamery Butter, 31b.  1,001
Cape Cod Oriaberrlei, Mb,      * Mel
Touted forn FlaSH,:) 1'kgn ... *      -'5c
(dofl-t or Corn Starch   I "         Ul
llutiii'-iiniili-.li'llii'K, I glass       Ill
Sunlight or Iiui al Snap, li bars .      Ml
Best Seeded Hai-ins or Currents
 1 package     1(V
rii-nlynl Kreili Oriril falilurnia
Kruils, I'lieitp.
Itrai'l's Moi-i'ii ainl .lava or Nabob
Coffee, I poiiinl       3.V
tfl -V.   lilin*   K11,1 ,   l.iptun.
Nabob anil Teth-y's Teas, '...Hi        L'.Vt
Frtlh (linger simps, Mm Ml
l'lenty ol I'ri'sb BistMiilN.
All kinds of I'rt-sb Ciiinlles, (rum
lie lu i'lie n pound,
All kiiula of   Nuts m»l Talilt- linisin"
and Fig..
t'aiMii* in uml gt-t ;t bag uf Christmas
Canity, lllc each.
Oranges, lirapes ami  Hamulus
Fresh livery Day.
Wa NO Fresh  Kggs,   Clietw, Cooked
Ham ami DM n uml all kinds ol
Groceries.
I'igars, Cigarettes ami Toban-ns
Hoxol.lim Hill Cinars     Kl
Plenty nf utber bruiuls n( Cigars, Tobacco.., CafSfOttMi el"
Underwear
The fold iiiKhts put us in mind of heavy Underwear, Shirts,
Sweaters, Knit Wool Vents and evert thing necessary (or winter
wear.   Tliey are all kept here in great variety for men and boys.
Men's Heavy Union Underwear lor     50c.
Men's Heavy Wool l-leece Lined,  best quality     75c.
Men's Extra Heavy Wool Ribbed Underwear      1.00
Men's Hltie Tip Penman's Unshrinkable Underwear...    1.35
Other lines ol Verv Fine Wool, Umhrinkahle,lor 1.35 to 1.50
Boys' Underwear
In Fierce Lined, lisSI 20 to 31     25c. up
In Heavy Wool,       '•       "          30c. up
In Vary Finn Wool, ilaai n to ji    50c. up
Fancy Vests,  Oi, 1 Coat!, Men's Suits
In the very latest slyIt-s.
CUMMINGS
Gant'l Clothing, Furnishings, Men's,   Ladies', and
Children's Moots and Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
Save your Piano by having;
an Expert do your Tuning
T. BRADLEY-TAYLOR
260   Second   St., West
Work liiiariinti'i-il.     limp a uostal an
I'll call.
w. 11. srosKY
V.  V.   MOBKISUS
Sul,. iigeitls fur Miire.i'u, llie best
material iur walls ami i-i'ilingB
Phone R«0
N. V. Transfer &
Livery Co.
W. H. STONEY <& CO.
"I lino, r
Phone 97       Night Calls 106
Signs of everj description
amson I Wallpapers, Paints, nils, Virniahet, At.
Bouse Painting, Qlaiing,
Decora tine, etc.
'iipir Hanging, Ralaonining
Cnrtaye, Removals,
Parcel Delivery,
-   -  STORAGE  -   J
All Mail addressed to Box 157
ETHEL R. HARDMAN
3 Kkith Block
WEDDING
RINGS
Lijnn Valley Lumber Co.
An prapan d M di liver at shortest notice
:    ,    ;        :    all kinds til    :    :    :    :   ,
Rough  nnd   Dressed
LUMBER
Citi| Office, 5«llonsdak Uf.   Phone 36
P.O. 4Nmtl       LYNN CREEK, B.C.
Are boofbl lor, Imt out by minim, fat tlir lan se\ IN ulleti
conanlteil aluint the pan bam .
or tluy shiaiil'l ba. Wedding
rings caiinut be tun good in
quality—thay are nui avarydaj
pun liases. We havi lliem in
heavy sulnl |old, gnai.u*i- * d
Id last a lung lilelinie. In
Otbel stiles ul nngs lie easily
lake the Ind in i.irieli', i|ttal
in ami hau prii i s    Buy voui
jtWtln I" ie ami Vmi will get
the best value lur vmir niunev.
GRASSIE & CO.
318 Cambie Street
Furniture
TO SUIT THE WANTS Ol
EVERYBODY
UPE&TRY
CARPET  SQUARES
SOMI- CHOICE PATTERNS
In Keal. (irent ami l-'aivn   .
shades
l'i* 11 1
'. Ji-.so, #10.50 \ 115.50
PI
mat
SOMI NKW DESIGNS IN
PRETTY   PARI OR   PIECES
Morris Chairs
l-'rum Jii.oo lo tic, oo
Sll US I OH ,t)\ H ( HlllklHl WANIS
50   and  56   Lon.d.U Av*.
I1RKA1), CAKES, PASTRY
I KilT CAKD1K8,
cicAi:- \Nl> T0BACCO8
STATIONERY, MAOAZINE8
OFFICE SUPPLIES, ETC.
ETC
v 'iint'il   to'▲   pMA#|      Rna./inA'l' OrrkK
I rredo noN(|ueif   rrop.
i
Sear tony Landinji
con nh ration
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Subdivision in D. L. 2003
LYNN VALLEY
Commencing on MONDAY tht 6th,
wc will offer for twle 60 fool loti in
iiciir tn tin- oar-line, itore, school, nnd oharohM, with vn-v light clearing nml In a
first-class lounlion. Ht the very low price of f 1M0 far inside loti nml |ltt for
corner!,  Ti rrai, s'.'"i eaih, balanoe |10 p r noith,
THESE PRICES are fully 20 per seat I.F-SS than is pnid for lots in tho idjoin-
ing propertiet,
A7  //  ESTATE BROKSAS
NORTH VANCOUVER, IW.
I'lii'iu 1 I'D  Hot Jl
Martinson & Co. 3EE
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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IIHIHIHIHIillll'lH HIIHHUIHIIHUIH -H-H-hH-H-I-H-H-l-W-l-H-H*-H-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-W-l-l-l-l-W-H-F ■M-M-M-M-M-l-1-1-'*W--|-*H-^H*»F,-H-1-1-1"1-1-1"1--M"1-H»H--1-I-1-1-I-1-
(        ANOTHER TREMENDOUS PURCHASE OF 111011 GU UH
SUITS
AND
OVERCOATS
•Bl   THE*
Manufacturer* Realization Co.
$100,000.00
Worth of tbe Highest Grade
Hand-Tailored Clothing produced in the whole world.
This is no fairy tale. It is pure and simple truth. We have bought
the whole suit and overcoat stock of one of Canada's largest producers
and we shall sell it at such a price as it will be within the reach of all
to buy the Highest Grade Hand Tailored Clothing in the world at
ordinary every-day prices asked for much inferior goods. We have
built up our business and our reputation by selling only goods that stand
the test. Cur customers come again and again and all have the same
story, viz., satisfaction with former purchases. We say our trade has
been built up on honest values, but the values we are able to offer you
during the next few weeks exceed by far and away anything we have
ever attempted to do before.   Read carefully the list of prices as under:
Sale Starts Saturday
SKITS DP TO I40
SALE PRICK $:>""
jiki men's high gratle hand tailored suits, the Iiest
ever ollered in the history ol clothing land.
Made Irom pure Knglish all wool soil finished
worsteds, in a variety of rich colorings aid
handsome patterns. Suits that are right in
make, right in style, right in interior construction and much more, that ale right in price.
All sizes Irom 33 to 44. Values 1*33.50, J35,
and Sin.
BALK PRICK lM.00
SVITS VALUED UP TO Sv> SAI.K PRICK JtS.oo
Hum men's line Knglish wonted suils, such suits ,1*.
have never helore heelt ollered either liy us of
any other lirm al anything like the price,
Kverv suit just made right np-to-iliite (or this
season's business, Imt made to sell (or nearly
douhle the price JTO0 |>.i\ lor them lure.   Vai
lies |lS, S27.S0, and 1)0,
SALE PRICE J18.00
SKITS VALUED DP TO $::.<■,<>
BALE PRICK .m.i.75
JOO line wool tweed and Knglish worsted suits, every
suit a winner. There is not ,1 poor design 111
the whole lot, thev mine in brown, griv ind
bfOBM mixtures, in a lirm wlid cloth. A ilutli
that uill wear, ud patterns thai trill look
good aller a year's vear. The interior construction is perleit. These suits will retain
their shape as long as the cloth holds togetlii r
Every suit guaranteed,   Values ttu uti I
HEN'S RAINCOATS $5.
50 only men's naumitt 1, iiimats, 50 inches long,
in a shim ini ilotli.    Conn m plain greys and
tweeds.     Values to Sio.
SALE PRICE I13.75
SKITS WORTH DP TO fi8    SALE PRICE H9.75
i/iHi men's suits 111 I amy worsteds and ginuine
Scotch tweeds. Made to sell 111 the ordinal \
way ol trade at Sl.S and SiH a suit. These
Mills, allho so low in price, are as well mati ,
as well mt and as well trimmed as any eu.loin
tailor in Vancouver will make theni \U shall
never Ik- alraid ol .seeing you again aller selling vou one ol these suits. In all thee, Values S'5 aad SiH.
BALE PRICK I9.75
SAI.K PRICE J5.00
HEN'S COLLEGE COLLAR  RAINCOATS $8.75
200 line craveiiitie railCOatl ill tlic popular military
slvle ill a large variely ol tweeds and fancy
worsteds, made waterproof hy the (anions
Craven process. All sues.   Values to $12.50
SALK PRICK SH.75
PRIB8TL8T8 RAINCOATS $19.75
Sn mill 1 aim",its made innii lhe famous Priestly
iraveiu-tte, and every eoat liearing thc Priestly stamp 011 the cloth and the Priestly label
on the coal. This coat is sold from Halifax
to Vancouver at $25. Come in greys and
lawns.
SALK PRICK $19.75
MEN'S FANCY CHKSTKRFIKi.l) OVERCOATS
AT $10.75
Hole than too ol them. Conic in every shade ol
lauiis. hron/is, tlark greens and greys, in
1.uia j stupes and plain nay, These are the
naltiesl and most slvlish overcoats in the
iit\  today.    Valttis in >2o
SALK PRICK $10.75
IRISH FRIEZE OVKRCOATS, FANCY COLORS
I'OR Sn 7)
1 al) ol a genuine Imported iaiuy Iri-.li liiu/e ul
sin, iiiiii military toiler, lull jp inches long
Coun in brown rtripea, hroaaaa, stripes and
n.iv, him stupes.    A typical coal tor a Van-
Kiiivei man     I'siial price $25
SALK PRICK ltj.75
HLACK  BEAVKR   OVKRCOATS  $6.50
25 men's black k-aver overcoats, with velvet collars
and well lined.    Regular values S10.50
SALK PRICE fe.90
SCOTCH TWKKD MILITARY OVKRCOATS |I0
too all wool heavy weight Scotch tweed overcoats,
lull length and all siu-s. A better coat money
cannot buy.   Worth $18.50 to $20
SALK PRICE $10.00
HLACK VICUNA SILK FACED CHESTERFIELD
OVERCOATS $10
150 black Vicuna coats, silk faced, all wool cloth,
AA inches long.    A coat usually sold at $18
SALE PRICE $10.00
C.RKY FR1KZE ULSTERS $8.75
I] mats only of heavy grey frieze ulsters, lined with
all wool tweed and deep collar, come 'n all
sir.es.    Worth $12
SALK PRICE $8.75
HLACK HELTON OVERCOATS $12,50
,a. bl.uk Knglish Melton mats with velvet mllais
lined willi the best diagonal serge lining procurable.     Regular values $18
SALK PRICK $12.50
KBITS   FINK   RAINCOATS  $15
ioo 111 all wool Siotih tweeds in a gnat Variety d
colorings with 1 I'li^gc collar and lull y nidus
in lenglh. A better raincoat nn 111,1:1 metis
Kvery coat guaranteed.    Values to $22.50
SALK PRICK $i.v<x.
Shop Early We close at  10 p.m. sharp
All these suits and overcoats are semi-finished, bul will be finished to your own measure by our large staff of expert tailors
Parcels Delivered Free to any Part of the City or District
Manuf Acturrer* Realizaton Co.
Corner Hastings and Abbott Streets
Ja^a^^^^H^-M-^W-M-^H^^ HIHH'lim •H-H-l-l-l'4-l-W
"THE HOME OE QUALITY"
,|.,|,,1,,1,.|<,.|,,1,,1.|,,1,|I.[.,|.|.,1,,1,,1.|.1,,14.,H4»H-H-1 I'M HM 1' H4 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THK  EXP
NainiH Vani a" via, H
tESS
Kat»« or Rem umoM
Una*    em *1 00
Sii III. Ill' -    •
Tlar.i*  nth-     • • .'.'."i
United Suiet .uiai Foreign,II Wper year
aiilt rapidity, and cm iuch .1
basil that not only uill the
general credit of the iitv be
protected against Impairment,
imt tlmt a margin ol credit will
remain ior the lurtheranct ol
other important public improvement-,.
In thii connection three difler-
M'.l RTISINti   RATES
i  ,»   .sr  Dim i\   Inrmiii aiurrt
,«i i-enti iht inch . a* a iii* rtlon.
I.ur-nK Num m, Kn    ll.uu per Inch pat tut methods have been proponed
i    "."-'.,< ,..\.. ...   :„.i,i- .»*.. "" ",sl s* ,l1'" Uwentirnayi
tent he contracted ai  rapi
l.l',,I    III* laaTIIINU     I ir-l    lll-l rlliall,   l"
■   '■   rli     , „!,-.ii...,(ii.* iw as poauble, on the genera, cm-
"""■ e.perliai ,, ,,, _, vlU.    n„ „.lll|1(|   ^
[ ,   >.-     |\     I  a„   ,1       N| ».    I       1
tu**. -        ihat tin *) >.iiin i« conatrucied
( **,ikii i   A.**, liil,-   ,ir.
i ik' il.
cotmlituled an  asaesament dis-
.aru.,.,,,,,,). -"ila SBd that a fecial rate ul
mn-i I* iii tin- lian.li ol the printer bj  taxation be Struck i"t each   ol
\\ ••■In- -l.n . ' .*i ia it.., ii-'ir.* publication
in,l„. ,„„, ... ilns, aiaincla.      llu  Uurd   is,
...   - i thai an average Ijjms ol eost
■   ,;.^ pel lool he StMCk, ami Dial this
amount be levied ou a iionta^c
——— baaia upon the propert} served
in  -a a iions, each sei tion to be
SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK
CLOSE IN
FIRST STREET-first block $32(K), terms.
SECOND STREET-west of Chesterfield $12(10
terms.
RESIDENTIAL
SEVENTEENTH STREET-twoncres, will make
an ideal home site for .*20(*(>
ELDER MURRAY CO.
Phone 37, NORTH VANCOUVER. Phone 3492, VANCOUVER
The   Sherwin-Williams   Paintt   Ceter   ihi    Earth
Nomn Vam i-miia l'i-
Pioneer
Bakery ___
>. H Walker,   ■   Proprietor
3. i)i in tin aewera as they arc con-
1  itrncted, anj ezceas over   ilus
SEWAGE SYSTEM basis oi cost, ior any cauaa, as
  well as conitTUCtion   at   street
In addreuing themaelvea to inwsectioaa and adjaoaat to
the task oi laying onl nnd oi be- property exempt Irom taxation,
ginning tha conatrnctioa ol a to ba a charge egainst the gen-
gtural sewage lyslem for the »al credit oi the dty.
entire dty, tlie citisena of North lht' details as to the merits
Yam.-iiui arc [ace lo (ace with •""' demerita oi these respective
a most important departure pleas, were brought oui in (nil
Tlu \ an undertaking a project al Um meeting ol ratepayers,
oi tin utmost moment to the held in the eity lull on Tuesday
dt) .11 the present time, and to evening, iu discuss Uu financial
tin great centn ol population phuni ol Uu uwersge project,
that is deatined la occupy th.s and ma) be read in the report
magnificent aite, loi all tune      ol thai meeting in another cot
The enviable advnnUge whuh "1"11' Su 1-,r d^ Uk' consider--,
is enjoyed bj North Vancoaver t'0M sttt (nr(addnced arc con-
oi profiting b) the experience ol cenud, the frontage tu scheme
othei uiies, uuh reference i0 appears to a great deal to com-
theai publii worki ol major im- mtml ll -ls compared with the
pon.ni,e, is particularly appar °—a V^ttt, and to offer the
ent .nnl eapcdall) valuable, in most tendble ami equitabii me-
tlns iantanci ili.u ,n, mas thod ol carrying forward ilns
\\ uhm a comparative!} ^n,rt important undertaking, .11 ai
i.nlius oi this dtj whkh would rfepid .1 rate .^ is compatible
consider it sn inestimable boon, with sonnd financing and wilh
ll thej  muiii l.llai ihelllsehes ill    ,ill>l.u Inn   progttU as In COS
a position similar   io   lhat   111   itXUCtion.
whuh North  \alkuii\ii   sl.unls, ___
ulatiu in ilns project, iiiiiiiI
those iiiies return to ilu inception oi .mans iu ihis reaped,
then polk) wuulil he radically
Jumna iioiu wh.,1 u hai been
it is eaailj j>.<*~^iiiK um tins cit)
in la) uiu uns general plan,and
io .arry on its conalruction m
iuch n wny, that the local iew-
agt lyatem will provi ol Uu
inosi saiisiauory character,and
Mill be live lluni those tleluls,
Vlllkll Hale givtS Use lo JKlpi I
n.n regret aad have mad* ol
ilu sistiin an everlasting bane
oi contention, in other dtica,
I his iiiy   ii laai mn.m  in hav
ing at in 1 command a 1 ity en
gUlctr,  who has pioieli  Ills a.i
1) and wim eiijnis ih, mi
ijuaii, . int ol  the  i.ui
payei i, loi llu rtaaoa ili.u   hi
11,iills 11.
llll     j**.Ila  ,    all.I    j. t ... a 11      ,1  ,    (III
I''i< 1 .ii tin 1 niinii 1 a,in,, an
iitiiiioi, accepted b) Um citizen-
ing a
si aagi ») -ii in al otti * ,uilabli
i" I"-al conditions and
ought) efficient both na lo the
l* a > ni aiul luture requirements
ilu wi 1 taki 11 .1 ■ .ni as *ui
ul l.n I   lllal   ilk S.HJH Illlli Maim e
1,1 iiii ,11 iiiai conalruction ol iln
** w ni in   mii na io iiisiiie'
good w.iikiii.iiisliip throughout,
Iln   lopo^lajihy ol  llu   lown-i
.1  11,tiun   that  *
ever) natural ladlit) (01 drain
agi. great.) snnpliiy mj; tin pro
i'liiii as to physical diificultiu
ami mst oi conalruction,
Tlu ratepayer! ol North \ an
convi 1 havi every n 1 ion lo coi
gratulatc theinaelvca therciori
UpOU llu   assiiiiil |iins|nit nl    1
iiniii'; ti thorough.) modern ami
1 iluniii wwcrage i) stem,   ion
• 1 rn lui   upon    .Slil'lllllll     pi alia 1
plet nnd nt 1 moderate coat,
In considering iln various a
vailabli iniihiiils oi Htnandn-j
thi project, the deairable  feat-
n**    '*, :,*   .,- * lint d .111   lh*'    Hn
uiniii 1 shall h' mi'i' inl avail
,ihlt in alio* i'i ilu- mnitrui
lion oi ilu   yiteui wfiib 1
Fresh Br-nd ilaily delivered
in all pails oi the citv.
|6  I".1M I   h   I   J I
4 (cr 25 rents.
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
HIGH GRADE CAKE
PASTRY, BTC,
PIONEER BAKERY
nt'isr t       71 Lontdalt Ave
B*K
I.uuk Im tin- above tra-1.• nark,
ia       |fl a,I   j 11 a 111 v.    on   your
t"n il food*
We nanulactun the beet
Rolled Oats
on ili' ■ ni ■ l today.
I.,nr jroni ordan with us lor
HAY, GRAIN
ANH   (nor
Prompt l lelivery
Satisfaction Guaranteed
iheBrackman Ker
MiiliiK) Co.
limited,
Lomd 1 *   Avenue,
at Perrj   Landing
I,.  Chapman,   local manaijer
MILLINERY
A CHRISTMAS HAT
at lowest price
•« m «ml llu m Hit. lur .      M.laS
....a 1,11.1 17 ai llil. tor  M.W
11 ..1 ami Manual** *'.'.'5
II liy Faaiinil, at Hull Pru*
L'ra.ilnl Hal,; J.ck.la IMtolMI
FANCY GOODS
Art Neoillewittk,   l.nr.i Niiih. Ninii
till  I'llltin L.li*   ll.lli'lll'i-rs,   W'.ll.rli*
1.,a   Irtlcl .Hal Imt'*'! I'-inri' I'"'"'"
Tinted aid Hiittit Ciuhloa Topa, Whlil
an.l Towall K.aka  Uilinlry ll*K-
Uilariali In voruif, alao looti »lia
liiMriirttutt.
Slare t-fan rnk tatning u.til 1 .."• !•" 1
until \rnas.
s.luiil.,-. 10 p.M.
SAWS
MISS OURLE "* L""M' A''<- x"rl/l ''i™'1""'
are guaranteed against defect in matt-rial, Imt em
warrant onr Keen Kutter saws to be perfect, and
to give entire .satisfaction. II they fail to do so,
tin- purchase price will be cheerfully refunded.
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THE LONSDALE T1IAKMAC)
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   PRICES    . ■ ■
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE US A TRIAL ON YOUR
NEXT OK DER. 1'HONE ig
T. S.   THOMAS, rhm. li.
DRUGGIST    %
We are head quarters for all kinds ol Mecltan-
le's Tools.
Paine  (U McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
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DIMENSION LUMBEB
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SHINGLES
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FINISHING LUMBER
BTO., BTC.
Onr jinn* nn  rttjtit.
LET US GIVE VOU A
FIGURE <>S Youi:
LUMBER RILL
SEYMOIR  LIMBER
CO., LFD.
l-hi.na  In
17th Street, North Vancouver
I. O. ().  F.
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
,S,n, meets every Thursday evening, corner Lonsdale avenue and
First street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting 'brethren cordially invited to
attend. Ktlwin Peers, H, 0.j
Thos. S. Nye, Rec-wc.; J. H.
Pilling, Fia.-aK.
SEE US FOR
SASH      DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
Wt ..iimi a trial lml on your nnl>-r- itnall nr large
GROCERIES
PROVISIONS
BOOTS AND SHOES
CENTS' fJrNisHiNcs
Out aim is m givt latisfiction
to onr iiistniiiers.
Dm delivery i;oes to all parts ol
the i ity. If von have no tele
phone leave your name anil
our delivery will call,
DODDS 6
TYSON
Telephone 41
Cor. Rth St. ind Looidak
TO WHOM IT MAV CONCERN
Hereafter, all monies dm tin*
.lames  Graham   Compan*,   u|
this dty, will be paid lo i has,
ll Nye uuh. who •• ill give receipt lui ila- sdim.
OBEY THAT IMPULSE
" I Mu*t Bui) in Burrard"
DID YOU ever say that to YOURSELF »irl then lorgrt lo do it?
Now there arc ineanl pod rrasons why you -hould BUY IN BURRARD.
Let us oxplain ihem to you.   Remember the price ol lot* in Burrard will bc raised on Dcccmbei Ist.
A (ew large lots left
50 x 122 at the same old price.
$150;   $33 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 mon is
E. W. McLEAN
Corner Pcnilei and Richards Streets
OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS.
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SEVENTEENTH   STREET
50/f
FOR   PARTICULARS   APPLY
MARTIN e» SMITH
20 Lonsdale Ave.
•H-Hiiiminiminiiii
*i"l"t"i 1*1*1 rl rn W*{**r*tVW%
North Vancouver
1. J*t»l«,-!«!«!»!»J»l»t-
1* T*l*r*i*'i**i".*i";"*.-*r
Ratepayers Discuss Sew«ragr 0VL'r a paatf period oi Une,
Svstem allti ^ I'eUeelaj  the huancial
(Cotit,.,ueJ Hum pige t)
West Vancouver Moter Launch Service
Launch "West Vancouver," Captain Hlack
I 11.11 seil lor J| passengers
TIMETABLE
1 * -v.. Wel V.Di*i,uu*r
llu.hiuiiii tlli.rl
L. .Ir. 1 IBI-Ollttr
en; *itn..' aU-.il
7.35 a.m.
ij.uu a.m.
11.110 a.m.
13.00 p. 111.
15.00 p.m.
a   P   .11.
19,00 p.m.
9. jo a. ui.
17.no p.m.
i-.ui Dug I  1 ihl ftuixU)
H.oo a.m.
10.00 a.m.
n.oo a.m.
14.00 p.in.
ib.00 p.m.
18.00 p.m.
..... aalunaya Oni>  22*00 p.m.
■Mindat .Vh«duk ' I "" p.m.
         •'  22.00p.m.
(Quickeat route Irom Norlli Vancouver to the district beyond
1 i|',i.i,iu Ki - a 1 I..uiniii "Wa si Vancouver" makes counec-
11.ni-,,  without (aS,   "villi the l.-rry ItehMA Iruni Nortli Van
i.iiiii 1, .is |'i 1 .ili ive si lirilnle.
obligations al Um dty ai large
1 lo an extent which would enable
the general credit ol the city lo
vicinity,   because ol extensive linance the work within a reas-
areas lying beyond the sewage  enable period alter the pelilion
irom which would have  to  be in eacl1 cast-'i was iccciuil.
diverted into this as a second-     llu: Pla" °' dealing aeetoe*
arymain.   ln this case the city 9mX Mttfcta ami levying   a
at large would be charged with separate   assessment  lor   each
lhe additional cost, above   the end*- district,   when   the  sewer
common basis referred to. *ea built iherein, vi as discussed
Vet   another  contingency   is ll was ***%-**lhal lhis -*
likely to arise, in that in order ■*** ln toUU"011 ■*■ *■ lro"-
to   reach   some   property,   it USC l« "KilxuA,  but  that   11
might be necessary to excavate was mort' wmplieatad and not
through rock or hardpan, while s0 ri'adlly adaPu,)lt lu a11 coU-
in other streets the excavating dlUons lbal »u8hl ■"*
might proceed through sand  or     Troiiounced diilerenie ul upin-
gravel, and the cost ol excava- »"" ***** wilh  mfect   lo  lhe
tion would be much greater in advisability ol laying   lhc  sc-r-
the former instance than in the rise pipes at intervals ol 50 leu
latter.    It was shown that the liom the main   sewers   lo   the
property owner in thc lornur properly lines, at ihe tune whui
instance would not be compelled  lhe sewers were laid.       lt   w.is
to pay any greater frontage tax coiiietideil   that   lluse    service
than the owner in the latter in- pipes could be laid lor ass cosl
stance, as all cost in excess ol at   ih.it   tune  lhan   at a later
lhe average laid down as I has-  dale, and that it wi-uld nut   li
is, wollld Ik- borne by lhe ciiy  LHMMtf] tu tear tip tin sti uis,
al large. ui order lo lay lliem wlnn ilm
The only instance in which an ■«■ mW
exception to this rule might de-     0n lllt ollltl llall(l. u «■'">"»
velop would be in the case  ol UluKl1 Uut Ulisl M,Uu  P^*j
thc sewers in the business  sec-  \V(-uld ""aa ihe expeinlniire   ul
tion ol the city, whi-rc it would 1 '-"^ amount ui HUM] 'pi-i
be necessary to place the pipes  lutt"y ^ lliuch ll ilu i.iymg "i
at a much greater depth than in  Um main sewer) aud lhat  Tery
the residential section.    In this  '"any oi lliem would lie unused
case this greater cost would I* lot many years, llius locking ap
assumed for thc direct benefit a latKc amount ol muiuy 11 om
ol the properties bordering on *,l»ch no rtlui"U» «ould " rt'-
the sewers, ior basement pur- M»ed in any lorm, and lurilur
poses, etc., and would there-lore lllal ll ""I5ht *« lound xvlu" ■
bc (airly chargeable to the pro- house connection was to be
perty benelitted, instead of to llladc' tllal UlL' tKtkt sewe, in.,1
the city at large. "ol ^u installed 111 the n^lii
Thc advisability ol paving for Plaa'-   A was further held Uiai
the entire work  bv means  ol the disturbing ul streets lo MMM
general assessment on the citv, eatett, while admittedly nu"ii
was discussed and it was recog- veiiunt, was  nevertheless  Uia
ni/ed   that   a  grave  diilicultv voidable, and was justilud    b)
would at once present itself, fat eeoaotty aad efficiency.       _
the fact that every street in the     The i-uesiiuii aril i.use.l as tu -
eity would at once clamor lor whether property invmrs cuuld (ora|0 the advantages ol sewer work miild lie prucudtd with,
Mwtis. To attempt to satisfy lie euliipelleil lo penult the lay- uiniiiitiun, ur was there some antl the frontage tax levied
all, would hopelessly involve the **f ti 0 OI99t, A ri-siiluit uwn itte.ins (Thereby the objeCtia| Should a majority ol the o«n-
creilil ul the citv, antl to under- er, wishing lu |e4 NWel COBM OWMR u.ultl bl coiiii't-llul to its object, it was 'llien withm
take to disiriiiiin.ite, wmiltl cive Hun, might tni'l 11 niil'o'.silile tu participate? It was explained the proviiue ol the Imanl ul
rise to widi-sprei.d dissatislai- get thc constiit oi the aeOOieary that the uiiiiiiil lould give nu- liealtlt lo ilnlaie lliiit the sewn
tion. number ul BOB n -.uleiit owner,  tm oi ita tiiieniioii to luiistiu.-t   was   tu|iiiiiil   lui    tlit   giiie.al
The    frontage    tax    DNtkod m (ir|l"" "' WhBil I petition f  stub       . *.i   .m,l mil,  | | ma-  lu.ilth ul Hi. ul\, 111 wliuh 1 t9S
would act as a safeguard  by a majority ol the propert] own Jority al tie prapertt  owaen iiouuiiin obetrnctioa eroald bi
distributing petitions lor sewers ers.    Was he to be iiiinpillnl to lonciiiml atiuallv ebjected, the possible,
NOItlimNCOlVtR 1   Hk\ IIMI . ttill
BTSAMSI BT. 0BOROK
STR. NOKIII VANCOl Villi
I.i.i\e Van.
Leave N. Van.
l.i ive N. Van.
I.e an- Van.
'h.m .1 111
•6.45 a.m.
'6.20 a.m.
•b.45 a.m.
74" "
7-50  "
•7.20   "
•8.00   "
l.jo   '
.V50  "
•8.20   "
•8.50   "
9 15   "
9.45   "
9.20
9-45   "
to. 1]   "
io.45  "
10.15   "
10.45   "
M.15   "
H.45   "
H.I5   "
H.45   "
12.15 p.m
12.45 I""
12.15 P U1
12.45 P-m.
1.15   "
1.45  "
t.15   •
1-45  "
3.15   "
2-45   "
3.15   "
3 45  "
3'5   "
345   "
3-«5   "
3-45  "
4.15   "
4.45   "
4-15   "
445   "
5.15  "
5-45  "
5.15
545   "
6.15  "
6.45  "
6.15   "
M5   "
7-25  "
7-45  "
7-35   "
7-45   "
8.15  "
8.45  "
8.15   "
8-45   "
9.15  "
945 .'
9->5   "
945   '
10.15  "
10.45   "
10.15   "
10-45   "
•11.15  "
Ml-45  "
11.15   "
12.00
•Note
n Sunday.
Time
Table subject to
change without
notice.
N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1909-1910
Kvery Tuesday—Class.    St. Andrew's Soiietv
Nov. 26—Dance.    Merry Widow Club.
Nov. 30—Dance.    St. Andrew's Society.
Dec.   9—Ball.    N. V. Horticultural Society.
Dec. 17—Dance.     Merry Widow Club.
Dec. 30— Mrs. Green-Ariuytage.
Di 1   u—Dance.    Merry Widow Club.
Jan.   7—Dance.   N. V. Fire Brigade.
Jan. 12—Annual Meeting.    Horticultural Society.
Jan. 14—Dance.    Merry Widow Club.
Jan. 28—Dance.    Merry Widow Club.
Feb. 11—Dance.     Merry Widow Club.
Or to C. F. JACKSON, 13th Street.
&. TYLER, Secretary
PALACE
HOTEL
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Rati
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Special Mies to fam-
nid  tn rafalei ■   . ,
den Bttj?    ^3T
H Rool Giimn on Coosi I SUZ
REDA&ANDRUSS
fROPHHTORS
Sanaa Siaaar,   -  •  -  -  NUKlll  VANCOUVER, B. C.
The Finest Double Corner
Close in,corner 5th strut and St. Amlrew's,   100x140
I'm 1 |),oo<)   I'm third caih, balaaca 6 and ta.
One Acre on Plank Road
Close to Boulevard.   Priei <i,05n.   One-quartari aib,
balince 6, 12 and ll
Lot on 3tb St
I I '   '">       Oil'' lllll'l  CaUb,   1 .llll'l*       '        ,1  |i.
C. E. LAWSON
■*' i'i,,,'* THE EXPRESS, XORTH VANCOUVER, B, C,
"\
NORTH SHORE PRESS, LTD.
119 First Street, E.
Phone 80
*
The Express
$1.00 per year
Foreign $1.50
Fine Printing'
CATAL0UUE8
BOOKLETS
TOLDER8
PAMPHLETS
STRINGEB3
DODGERS
CIBOULAKS
MAI'S
LETTER H IADS
NOTE HE.VD8
BILL BEADS
STATEMENTS
ENVELOPE
KINK STATIONERY
SHIPPING TA08
LODGE STATIONERY
ANNOUNl IMENT8
MILK TICKET8
BREAD TICKET8
GALLING OARDS
INVITATIONfl
MEAL TH Kris
LABELS
KILLS 01  PARE
PROGRAMMES
_ >.? I COUNCIL?
NORTH SHORL PRESS, LTD.
09 First Street, E
Phone 80
HIGH CLASSCONCKRT
The concert entertainment in
lhc Horticultural hall, ou Wed
uesday evetliag, uudcr lhe management ol lUadauie Kosina
Burke, ul Uns eii), was one ol
exceptional merit, allurdin-j a
season ol unallowed eujoymelil
to lhe large audience wliKli was
privileged lo share it. lhc
several participants iu lhe program   certainly   coustlluleil    a
[alaxy ui talent, each nidivntuai
contributing his or her lull
quota to enhance lhe .ntisllc
merit ol a well selected program, ihe respective uuuihers ol
which were sullicieiilly diversi-
la-d to lorm a whole program
liailnoiuous throughout, and ul
sustained lutcrest to thc cud.
Those whu contributed the
several Hems oi thc cumng
were as lulluws; Madumi Kus-
nia Burke, soprano; Ure. K. J.
11. Caidiuall, viulinisic, Mr.aud
Airs. Allan li. blevclisou, dru-
malic artists; A.F.Kcilly, puu-
lsl. It would be impossible lu
give expression lo llie appreciation which is due these reapec-
uve ariisls, luthuut appearing
lulsonie. Sulhce lt lo say, lhat
it would tax Ule powers ul any
ciiy in linush Columbia, lo secure, Irom among its own bona
lidc residents, au aggregation ui
lhe same number ol peiloiuicis,
which would al best, more lliau
equal the program with which
Norih Vancouver residents were
lavurcd, Wednesday evening.
The li. C. Kl. Ry. Cu. cuuierr-
ed a lavor on lhe publk, by providing a duuble sen ice lor coiir
veyiug the cruwd dowu lhe lull.
The horticultural hall uilcrs a
cumniodious aud attractive auditorium lur ilns and similar
luuclious, alld there ls no reason
why it sliould not be cuiulurt-
able as well, li the luruaccs were
lighted about two hours earlier
than liny evidently were, Wed*
uesday evening.
The "llirlhday l'aiiy ' give*
by the children ol lhc Methodist
church on Friday evening laat
uudcr    lhe    supc-iiiiU-uilciicc  ol
Mrs. A. L. Clameata, proved a
dehghtiul juvenile tnUtrlauuneat
Muihc-r Goose, arraynd in true
tradiUon.il lusluinc, was evidently hulding an "A.t Hume,
and one alter another the uid
lannlar charactera m Burner}
song and story, each iu appro-
priate dreaa, dropped m io join
the company, incidental!) ad I
ing their respective iu-ins lo the
program,    and   when   all   win
gathered,   farther   liana were
cuiiiribu.ted by lhe members "l
lhe couipauy, the program con*
iliidui'^ with a Uiurus. As .i
result, of llien pleasing ellori.
the children contributed about
>-'5 to lhe building lund, for ilu
new church.
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Board of
Trade meets the third Tuesday
of each month, at 8 o'clock p.
tn., in Uie board room, City-
Hall. Executive meets the firat
Tuesday of each month. D. G.
Dick, President ; J. R. J, Murray, Secretary.
LYNN VALLEY
I ROOM HOUSE.      CORNER LOT 56x114 FF.KT.
PRICE J500, CASH (too,   Terms $10 per month.
Inn  liils jt \ Itj feet e.uh, 2 blinks Innn  centre of Boulevard, price f2$o aai h, |ioo iash, balance jiio per month.
MAY & BURNS
Raal Batata aad Financial Ageutt  ■
Jld streei, or   LoMdale ave
BLACKSMITHING
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORE
CARRIAGE WORK
ETC., ETC.
Tool Sharpening a specialty
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STENTS
PROMPTLY SECUREL
tt I • ildt the buiinir* M Manufacturer*
Htif-i.iFfraj.ndolhere Who trnli-r the adviMlbil
ity ' f haviuj Ihrir Patent bu*inrai transacted
by KxperU. I'rcliitMnarytdvi **-(:■ <■ i
ta >' i.ite. (hirlriKntof'i Advlierscntupun i,.
CiiefL MationftMnrim, k*g*(L, New York Lift
..,-• UoeltMl «udWaetMiuitim DC i;%j
Chas. H. Cates
PILE DRIVING
AND
General Contracting
AITLY AT
BEAD OFFICE—Roomi Ul .nnd 18,   Flack Block
163 Haatingi street, W    Toiepbone 8099
Or Cati-'s Wharf,  NorthVancouver.     l'lione 136
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COAL
NEW WKI.I.INGTOS (oil
iliwt from Iba niinm.
Plufe ronr order, now toil
mannai viator1! Mppl*
iMIfl uliiliitieiil. will urrivf
in :i Im ilm*.   PrlcM nidil
supply  of   WOOD
.lI'UVH llll Illitl I       ....
P.   LARSON
llnti I Nan tii Vaacoavei
Telephone  No  j.
Catl  leave  lerry   landing (or
all points, as follows:
*6.i5 a.m.
•6.45   "
Cars leave Lonsdale Avenue,
Keith Road, and yueensbury
Avenue Terminals as follows:
•6.05 a.m.
•6.30   "
•7.00   "
'7-35  "
8.05  "
8-35 "
9.00 "
9.25  "
9-45   "
10.25   "
10-55   "
After which cars leave a I h\e
minutes to the hour aad twenty-five minutes after ll.e hour
until midnight.
For I'.iuusi- Mountain take the Lonsdale Avenue car. For
I.vnn Vallcv take the Ijuecnsbury Avenue car. For Capilano
tail the Keith Road car.
•7.20
7-50   '
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minutes past the hour and twenty minutes  to  the  hour  until
midnight.
* Not on Sunday.
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CHURCH SERVICES
iietiiodist church, corner 41I1
and St. George's aveuue;—
Services al 11 a.m. and ;.ju
p.m. Sunday school 2.jo p.m.
Sunday school al Moodyville at
11 a.m. I'rayer meeting Wed-
aesday el 7.30 p.m. Pastor.
Rev. B. 11. Balderston, K.A.
Lym. V "'V Institute Hall
Services evu    Sunday   HOTS
ing al 11, aud ei mug al 7 p.m.
Si. John ihe Evaagettat, ;ih
and ljlh slrec-ls:—
Holy coiiiinunlon h a.m.,
morning prayer 11 a.m., cwn-
ng prayer 7 p. 111. On the
lust Sunday in the month there
will be a second celebration uf
the holy communion al 11 a.m.
Reclor; Rev. Hugh Hooper.
Services at St. Clement's hall
Lynn Valley: Morning pr.iu-i
11 a.m.; evening prayer 7 p.m.
Priest-in-charge: Rev. H. 11.
Gilliea.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church, bth street-
Services al 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 pivi.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday,
at 8 o'clock. Pastor: Rev. .1.
D. Gillam, M.A.
North Vancouver Catholic Indian Mission:—
Sunday Services—Mass at 7
a.m. Sunday school at 2.30 p.m.
Ik-nedietion at 3 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. E. I'eytavin, O.M.I.V.G.
Baptist Clnirih, cor. 51 h .md
Sl. George:—
Sabbath school at 2 p.m.. Services ,-^t 3 p.m. aqd at 7.30 p.m.
STANLEY HEIGHTS
ADDITION
Lots $125    Corners $160
$10 cash and $5 per month
No Interest No Taxes
Si/e of Lots 30 x 159ft. to a 16ft. Lane
•Stanley Heights
(.'(innststinji ol 350 lols sold in 57 days and 4') luls have been resold  at  $125  each
There are only 200 Lots in Stanley Heights Addition and
these will be sold in a short time.
11 you missed it in Stanley Heights, don't miss it in the Addition.
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MAIL ORDERS WILL RECEIVE IMMEDIATE ATTENTION
Owing to the rapid Growth of the city our phone is delayed a few days.
MINSON & CALHOUN
417 Hastings Street
0||io-itr C.P.R. and Postal Telegraph Office.
OPEN EVENINGS
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A FEW SNAPS
for profitable Investment
Safety••Income •■ Profit
North Vancouver
CALL AND SEE OUR
Large and exclusive list
ConTSiiotidi'iifc Solicited
Choice City Lots-Cleared
CHESTERF1KLD AVENUE between Keith Koad and Nth str. 11.
a few 50 loot lots. Price $1200 each, terms one-fourth cash,
balance in 6, 12 and iS months.
9TH AMD RIDGEWAY. Double corner. Price 11SOO. Terms om-
fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and iH months.
14TH STREET, in Block 52. Two lols each size 50 x 156 ft Price
1,525 each.    Terms one-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months
15TH STREET. Two lots in block 52, each size 50 x 156 ft. Price
tsoo each.    Terms one-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months
4™ and SUTHERLAND. Corner. Price $1000. Terms one-
fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 ind iH months.
3RD anu SUTHERLAND. Double corner. Finest view in tbe
City. Price $2500. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12
and 18 months.
ijth STREET, in block H3. Lots size 50 x 157 feet. Price *36oo
each.    Terms, one-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months.
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, full sized lot only $1500, all cash
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, corner. Price S2000. Terms,
one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
OTTAWA GARDENS.   A (ew choice lots at first cost.
GRAND BOULEVARD. Choice ol all the unsold lots at lirst
prices.    Select neighborhood.    Building restriction^.
BEAUTIFUL HARBOR VIEW TRACT. A lew full sized lots
yet obtainable (at first cost.) Prices from $175 to $250 each.
Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and in months.
LONSDALE AVENUE. A lew remaining lots at first cost. Prices
from S475 to $300 each. Terms, one-third cash, balance in 6
and 12 months.
KEITH ROAD. Corner in block 5. Price $715, Terms one-fifth
cash, balance in eight quattcrly payments.
Semi-Business Property
KEITH ROAD AND JONES AVENUE. Corner size 60x 140 ft.
Price $2000. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and is
months.
LONSDALE AVENUE in heart of the City. Site lor business
block.   Size 100 ft. x 130 ft.    Price only fyooo.
West Capilano
A lew choice acreage tracts at prices that insure a handsome profit.
Lijnn  Valley
Acreage tracts and blocks at less than one-half the prices per acre of
adjoining lands that are subdivided and being sold in lots.
Estates
As we are Sole Agents lor tbc sale of properties and a large number
ol Estatf.i in thc City and District intending purchasers get
the benefit ol first prices as well as thc largest list of North
Vancouver properties to choose from.
We have also a good list ol property Ironting on watcrlroni, ist, 2nd
and 3rd streets.    A few snaps at less than prevailing prices.
KIKE INSURANCE in reliable companies.
IRWIN &, BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.I). 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chief place of business in North Vancouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C., Telephone 15
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CITY FINANCES
Report submitted lo the city
council on Monday evening, by-
City Treasurer S. Humphreys,
covering thc period from January I, 1909 to October 31,1909
Receipts:
Taxes 1909     $ 64388 17
Arrears of taxes 1908 4805 it
Arrears ol taxes 1907 954 y8
Arrears of taxes 1906 143 21
Interest on arrears ...       272 47
Water rates          5266 00
Police court fines       770 04
Pound lees             99 "0
Licenses              619 00
Education grant       2940 00
Loans        '.   95993 **>
N. V. Ferry 4 Power
Co., Ltd       717 7»
Taylor, Hulme & Innis   900 lo
Sundries              839 25
Interest on credit balance 80 74
Cash on hand .Ian 1. 73 09
Cash in bank, Jan. 1    18933 94
1197723 88
Disburseineiils:
Finance committee   5 nt2o i-H
Board ol works   12453 13
Waterworks com.    ... 23.S1-0 :8
Police      3737 5*
Si Innil sites and general    n'i8i n
Board ol health   752 95
Fire and light com... 3337 °7
Debenture interest ac ih*l'|h JJ
Ferry purchase   70000 00
Incidental expenses ... 777 °*>
Interest on overdraft "0 55
To credit  ol  sinking
lund       U7-S3 <>.S
District of N. V  841.5 i*)
Cash in hand   2h2 ho
Cash in bank  23307 70
JI97723 88
The amounts appropriated to
each committee at the beginning of thc year were as follows:
Finance committee    J 1581" 00
Schools         94ii 00
Police          5'7o 00
Fire and light       45"<' 00
Board ol health       12oo 00
Board of works     1435° °°
Water works maintenance          -f"^ 00
Construction        3.V>43 7'
A grand fancy dress calico
ball will be held under the auspices oi lhc N. V. Horticultural
society, on Thursday, Decemher
9th, at 8.30 p.m., in the Horn
cultural hall. Harper's onlus
tra. LaU cars and lerry. Gentlemen fi, ladies boc.
DOMINION  KST1 MATHS
Continued Irom Page Thru
Golden -Windermere lelephouc
line, shilling sections of line lo
new   roadway,    rcpoling,   etc.,
$1500.
Vicioria*Cape Beak- telegraph
line, improvements, inclusive ol
sections oi line to incel requirements oi 111,mite deparliueul, lo
complete payments lur v.oik
done in 1908, $2365.
Kamloops - Okanagan Valley
lelephollu line, telephone exchange al Merritt ior Mlddle-
boro, Coutlee, etc., $3000.
Telephone line, Sidney to Sidney Island, Jiooo.
The mail subsidies and steamship subventions, v.huh show a
large iiiircast, give fl),000 al'*
ditioiial lor the servue betWOM
Canada and .Mexico, uu lhc Atlantic and l'acilic. A new appropriation is $25,1100 for a
steamship servue iKtwcen Canada and Cuba.
The naval service uppnipu.i
lion is $3,070,soo, made  up  "i
purcha.se,ioiistnuiioii and maintenance   and   up-keep  ol   il"'!.
i,mis .a Bawaimalt aid iUlilu
and lhe establishment ami 111.tin
teliaiice oi training schools.
The lislierus prole-tiun servue
gets $281,500.
The increase in piuuiui.i! lab-
sidies are: Manitoba, >*h,; |i
Alberta Jin,: I", and Saskati.li
cwaii j.h\,i,Na>, all including allowances lor lands.
Musiial uiilcs in ihis dtj
will lie gratified tu nole the arrival ol one who will doilhtltss
prove a valuable acquisition, m
William Ward, brother ol Percj
Ward, ol this city. Mr. W.ml
jhas been residing 111 Piutl-ind.
'Ore., lor soinelime, where he has
I won a high place as an expert
organist, having held tin net
lol organist at lhe cathedral, ll
I that citv. Mr Ward is a thm-
'ough master of music in both
its aiiistu aad its iiieih.itiH.il
phases lie is an expert tuner
of organs and pianos and will
engage in this vocation, with .1
view iltiaiatel) to nUbliabing
an organ 11111111111-; Unity, D
llu* demand appeals to justilv it
The manufacture ei I'M1 "-H-"ls
,has not been assayed on a U,'
scale in British Columbia, or in
fact, on the Pai Hn coi I
that an inviting Ucld Ins awaiting development,
A. UntilpbtII Hope, V.A., Cal.
ARCHITECT
hi sin,1, E. 0/ ,% Andrews
Sortk Vancnuver
Ojticc Jj6 Hasting Sl.     Vancouver
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I'M IIU.*,,, la.*.- . 1     .,.,.|l tnl'11    In, 1 ll.l.   Or
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for Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hall
For Fall Planting
Iluii," Innn   tl 1   i".1   K.aira'|.tiii nml
J.i|.an pgafM
liuin,' ur.,mi unit   mnl  ..rn.iiii'iitil
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M. I. KENRY
OratahouM • 1 .A BndhoaMa,
010 ili'Mlintiat'T I *,*l.|, Vainr.aillir  11 0
llmnrli Nnr.iry.   .Smitli VawMfW
Builders and
Contractor*
1'. LU.SlS il   |irii|ian-il to
Ml|i|ll\
lime, Brick,
Sand, Cement
Anal  all   kinds m   Buildiog
\l.ii' rial In quantities to suit
mi'i
—Al'I'I.V—
Hn I F.I. NOKTH VANCOUVER
TIL  Kin*   Ko. t.
Tbe
GRAND BOULEVARD
NOKTH VANCOUVEB
The  Broadest  City  Avenue  in  America
This Boulevard is all cleared and graded, and its 24 garden divisions have ken planted with
tics and shrubs.
CLEARED BOULEVARD IOlS
Insult- Lots, 52 x 140 fret or 150 feet, each $1000
Double Corners, 12 lots tonclhcr), 104x140 leet or 150 leet J2500
Cleared Lots in Block* Adjoining Boulevard, si/e 50x13?
Inside Lots, according to position    tfoo to $Roo
1 table Comers $1650 to $1750
Terms: -\A cash, }■ in u months, y'\ in iH months.    Interest on drlerrcd instalment f per cent.
In. |.a,~il„„i ill MS  pn fed]   nukes  it   <M 01 IHI BISI RISIDIMIU MIMIIONS IN IHI
WORID.    With tta mi..tin tn aepect, speaapaoa, elevation, magaificent view, aad all nodcra
i;iiiii'eiiii:ii. -  ■ i-h-i trn rath- ,iv i tr- riinniiiii the whole If nijth ol the Hunl. va, 1.  'ii.nl*, from
1. 'il in- burs, -i.it. 1 and itai in. light)
Purchasers are nut ebtiged to build, but all lots Irontinu on the Boateveid HteeU ea
1 oaditiofl that lor 20 vears nullum: but tea ideal 18, rat h nl minimum cost ol I4000 can be built
thereon.    Thee the pwpi rtv il leii'llv proli-clcd an»insl depreciation
Compare the above prices with those of '.other property.
North Vancouver real estate today offers unrivalled opportunities
to investors.
The City Ferry Co., will shortly build a new modern ferry boat
and make improvements in the landings.
The Second Narrows Bridge seems now to be assured.
IUm ltd printed inhumation as lo the City ol Nortli  Vancouvrr mil be supplied on
application to
ue
North Vancouver Land 6 Improvement Co., in
Mahon, McLarland £» Procter, Ltd., Official Agents
CORNER PENDER IND 8EYM0UR STREETS, VANCOl VER, 1.0 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
B. C.  GAZETTE
The i in r. 11 issue oi the B, C,
liaM-tn contains appointments
as follows K. J, Sutherland
oi Sil\ei imt .unl Thos. .I.uiiii'-
soii oi Fort Si. John, to bc provincial const ibles; Andrew Has-
Lun ..I iln* city ni Neu Weal
minster, in in* deputy mining re
.lallllT   Wltll   .all   lllllll    ,tt   Willi Ull
mi. D Mun.iv .nul Byron i
Alt \.iiiilu ill Vancouver and C,
\\. \\.iik.iis ni Victoria, in be
notaries publii. .1. Obed [Smith,
aai London, England, tn lu* ,i
commissioner inr taking aflida
Ills Ini   UK 1"  Uli* minis a*l   I'*
i . Albert Anvil ol Montr, a!
In .i commissioner  lot  taking
affidavits lot um in tin courts
ol B, C . R. C, Perguion ol Van
aallli I .    L.l   III'   Unl,11 )     pUbUC
Robert Armstrong ol Vancou
iii makes application to lean
lands mi ilu easl coasl ol Van
couver island; Samuel Graham
a.i North Bonaparte, applies to
a an lortj acres adjoining Ins
pre-emption; Wm. Roaie ol Van-
i-ouver, applies to lease land
n.n Malaipina mineral claim,
a m Texada island.
Certificatei oi Incorporation
are issued aa follows: Canadian Renard Road Tranaportation
Co., capita] $50,1   Dominion
Glazed Cement Pipe Co., capital
Sinn,1 ;   American  Securities
Corporation,   capital   Jj
Dominion Laundry, Lul., capital $30,000;  Vancouver Business
Promoting Co., capital Sin.	
1 mon i Co., Ltd., capital jiot>
uoo; Empire Candy Co., Ltd
capital £15,000; First Baptist
church ol Vancouver, 1 Benevolent Societies Acl : Itotorists
Asaociation oi Canada, capital
*•]",  Anglo Canadian Manu-
l.Htuiiis _ [mportera, Ltd.,cap-
n.il Sly.,a ; The Twenty-Five
Hundred, (Benevolent Societies
Ait 1
A \\. Hi.mi ni Victoria, boot
.nnl shoe merchant, Chas, Sum-
per ni Abbotsiord, nn rJi.ua.
and J, U, K I. Ii.n ils ni V.m, ouver, merchant tailor, have .is-
sigiinl nu ilu benefit nl tlnir
a; < ilitors.
F. !•'. K.inisinii and t) A.Rob
. nsnii 1,1 Minnesota, pw notici
.■I application un water records
..s [ollows ■*" cubk Iiit per
-.mn.I oui ni BleaadeU creek,
.'am inin*. Ktt |u 1 second oul ol
tin* ureal In.null ni Elk rivei,
.unl ,|" iiiliu int per second tun
ni Wi.m int., .1 tributary ol
Elk run, .ill in 1 ranbrook dis
trict, A. UcDougall gives no
-in ..I application tor .'•* cubii
in 1 ni w.nii pit second mu oi
l-.uii .ink, Cranbrook district;
Spruce link Powei Co . k|u>
imiiu ni application loi s; cub
:, 1.11 ni u,tii 1 pi 1 second om
ni iln niinii,nits ni O'Donnd
river.
LIomI I    I'.iiipilnu  -ms   in,
nn' ni appli.ition i"i.ue a 1
1.im i*,u ihon in Comiakcn liistriet.
Under private billi notici is
given oi iln Incorporation m .,
companj io build a railwa] m
(Jiiuii ili,uiniii' lsl.ui.ls irom
Skidegati Inlet in Vakoun rtvei
ami ,ilsn 10 incorporate th*
r.i.m.l Trunk Pacifii Fm ud
Mmk Insuraaci Co.
DOMINION ESTIMATES
l lu 1 ■ timatei loi tin 1 uuing
year,  laid befon  the   laden
hOUSI IOD    I'l   I    "pa 11' ll
lo  Inunl.     ilnn   million
dollars loi a ai hips, dockyards
.unl 11.uuing ship-   is ont ol ili
Ii.ii 1 •                         llnil    is   an
un reaar oi jfl  1 th,
1 nm.ins voted n.r
•tu.'iim anted ***i   1
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British 1 olumbia rei eivi thi
Inllnii mg amounts, in addition
tn uln.li 11 ■. iiiiii,ratood  thi
il'   um a.; J hai b«n In
I, i"i tin* beginning ol 0
1 i.ii:.ms at Fust Narrows,
At II.iiii,ri,  t olumbia  rivei
wharf, Ji.snn.
Bamfield, west shore Vancou
Two Splendid Hosiery Specials for
Saturday's Selling
r
ll you require hosiery of this particular sort, you
will appreciate the values that we here present.
Hosiery, you know, is one ol the lines thai this store
makes ,1 specialty of, therefore ALL our lines are
moderately priced. You will DO WELL to associ-
alf  vour hosiery  needs with  this house.
IVouii 11 * snorted Hib
Black 1 ai-iuiiiT,* ilnMf.aes.il-
i' -**.  all.lllll,'    Ill'l'l.   llllll    tial'S
*  .-|*il**,*,l la it.      'I'llliy Mil-
:.i-i    ** ..r-      K, -ulur He,
I'llll.'*
I'liiitlren'. a-iorteii Kill
OsiiMMN Iiimi'. NSBll*M
leet. ilnubli- .oh', to*, ami
lipfla, »i-i'M litn s1.., Ngulaf
He, values
Saturday, 2 .pairs for 45c.       Saturday, 3 pairs for 50c.
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
573 Granville Street Phone 3541
NortH VaNcoUVer
HOSPITAL
niMn rrim it
THE MISSES DA WSOS
OrtMi-ati-il Bugk*al, Mtulieal and
Maternity Nurati
NWNI Suit Out (Ml AppHcitrM
Fnr  larmt applv  at  tht Ilaipital
Cor, 15th Street A St. indraw'i Aft
PHONE  6*
mrifimmiiWimmmmm
D.C, 8COTT, rruprieliir
.1    lull   lllld   SI'iHfiLle   Oeth   "J   '•Vi'l'al.'a
PttUl,   lliltni I'militclr.  h'lnitr null Vrtit,
Vajillltllrl, Ulr , (rajj „„ hn, ,t
['.■liver*.* iii.alr t...ll |i.rta <>l tii.. nly
Cor. kt-itli Roml and IH11I1011 Imu
Phone ii,     Xortli Vancouvei
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Manitfiictnr,
of
all kind* of Miieiun and Anlia|ue Kuriii*
lum, Store, lltBi-e, Hank and liar fix-
inifa.   Ito-iairmg in all ita lirainliM.
ki HNrrrm; MTostAAl
171 Third Ml. «'., Sal. i Ii-aWrtl.M .n.l Umatilla
tlppo.lt. BCboa>l
MAIL OKl'EKS given proiniilattfntii.il
vi*r island, S.snno.
Campbell river, improvement!
and whari, $5000.
Columbia river, improvements
>i4,ooo.
Coquitlam iimt, removal ot
obstructions, S1000.
UI8S ALU'E .)/. 8TEEDE
l xix-ritii...1 TK.U'HKK OF HUMC
Certificate friini Li-i|i*ii.'l'iinM'rvatiiriiini
Tuiii.in in Kngliali, mueil ninl (ii-rnian
Pupil- prepared f"r t.'an li"ra' ntnl Uni-
vr-ity ,*i*.innn.iliona.
I. -- ii-*,'ivi'iiat pupiiV n-aialfine.
Terms .Mi.hrnli'.
Courtney river, repairs to pro- mrt„._tti,.\„m: *„* Vaanwsr.
1 at 1011 work*,, Siooo. 	
Fraser river ^owerj wing dam  	
bank protection  works,  iaclu-
uv* iai repairs, S^-ooo.
fraser river, io reiund to Uu
municipality oi Delia one-ball u
oi ihi' expense oi contracting
emergency »mts in protect tin- CLEARING, GRADING, kxcavat-
NUGGET
JEWELLERY
Your far diatnnl frienda will keenly iipprnciate Chriatmai
Kifta nf BUggl(-mounted gold jewellery.
Ilroaiilii'a, U'nifh Chaina, Cuff l.inka, Tii* I'ini, Scar! Pin-,
Bar I'itia, eti-., ire ini-luile.l m llu. sal|H lim'. Suuvenira of
Canada, ul llntiah ('.iliiinhiii and of Vaui'.iuviT likewiai- make
vi-ry desirable ||(ts, Tln-y nuiiey to frirmli nn impreaaion of
llii., your idopted Iiunii..
Uur aliH-ka in lliem. line" hnve lier-n MHlhM with cure and
I,iati'    They nffiT uiii'i|ii:ill,*,l opportunity fur i-hoii-e.
Your aeleotion ahnuld In* niadt* nuiv, that your gift! may
reaili their dfatinatiun before Chrialmaa.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Gold and Silversmiths
^*te**«* All cars stop at Birk'
General Contractor
.sntiili bunk oi iln* river, near ilu-
im;, Etc,
A. FARRO
General Contrnctor
l.an.l Ciearin*;, Stum|i and Knelt
ItU'iins. Kxlra rare near beam.
All dami|iea made good.
It \l PI. 11 V \l r NT     AnKNCY
■ nd tat.   \V*att nf Lnaavlaals
I* O   Hiiiii
landing, oa condition Hut Hit \_ftf*, Mi
government oi Untish Columbia
uill refund the other hall, >i,
85a
Harbors, riven and bridges,
general repairs ami Improvements, >lo,ooo.
l.oikpoil, (juieli Chaliolti' islands, wharf, $iooo.
Mussel I, Uiit'cn Chuiiolle Islands, wli,irl, .\looo.
Nllillut  Lake, outlet nliloval
oi obstructions, n-votc ol lapsed amount, J5000.
Nonlk.i,    uesl    mast  nl   Yail-
couver Island, wharl, >joon.
l'oriher lsluml, mouth ol
Skeena river, «li.uf, S2000,
Queen Charlotte Clly, wharf,
fjooo
Spallumckeen river, repairs io
an extension ol bunk proieclioii
«oiks, J5000.
Suulh s 1..linlili';,Howe S..llinl
wharf, .Muoo.
Sii wan, band oi Portland
canal, wharl, > 15,000.
1'ppir l-'raser river,  improve-,
ments ol navigation channel at
1-ort George lanyoii,above (Jues-
llli, ^ooo.
Williams     Head    (Jiiar.inlnie
Station, improvemi ms |io,ooo.
\ akoun river, Graham Isl,nul,
i.jiiuii Charlotte Islands, iiiiiiiv-
,ti ni obatrui tion in navigation,
Mai,HI II).
hn;- talegraph hues la Un pro
vines;
Nmili Thompson Valley lim,
land line, k.tlnlnups tn lililiil's
ia i,ai( ,,1 lapsed amount v;
Kamloops    Okanagan \ .ill' \
leU-pboni   Inn,   .uliliiinii.il wii
ing intwiin Kelowna and l'en*
.hi.ai,   ami   overhauling   .unl
trengthening Una, I7600.
Alliiiiii - Cloyoquot telegra|A
nn, p.ui renewal "I poh 1 .unl
.niial overhauling, )M»,
N.ui,unin iilturaph line, inin-
|lll Unll  nl  Hpnllllj;   begUn  111   '.'S,
S1000.
It'odtTs for Debenture Issue
TENDERS are invited by tin
North Vancouver City l-'errns,
Limited, for 1138,000.00, 40 rati
5 per   cent.   DibinUiiis   pj  thl
Compaay,   guaraataed bv  the
Cniporatioii   oi   ilu*   City   nt
Nnrlh Vaiuuuver.     For farther
particular! apply to the tab
suiber,    with    whom    tenders
lllusl be lodged belore [J o'clock
niinii of the nad day ol December, iyoy.
Thc highest or any ttinier not
iiiiessarily ativptt-d.
All eiivelo|)t*s io in* addrtaaad
to the Surttary   ol   the   C0111-
paay, and marked, "Tender Ior
Diliiiiuires."
11 1-; KEMP,
Siirctary
Vancouver, R. C.
N'ovcuiln-r 18. 1
JOB PRINTING
IF you aro inniH-d of any Lodge
Stationery, mh-Ii ns Hy-Laws
Li-ttcr lli-a.li, Knvalopfs, etc., or
if you require Billheads, State-
ui.-nls, Prugnunm-tt, Invitations,
Wedding Ctbinett, PtnphltU,
Hiiiiklrts, BflMipU, Potteri,
liinlg.-rs, Menus, or anything in
the printing line, lend youi order
in tn this ollice. The work will
In- Bnt-oltH and thc price? will
be right.
TLIE EXPRESS
Continued oa Pagi Seven
Local
Volunteer
Company
A meeting ol all who arr
willing to promote the organization o( a Local V olunteer
Corps ol Field Engineers will
be held in the CITY HALL
on
FRIDAY, Dec. 3
It is carneslly In lie di-sin-il
that all our stalwart young
men take an interest in tin-
movement which should ap-
|M-al to men 111 lhe District as
well as the City.
12 to 3 4 ACRE BLOCKS IN
1265A, Lynn Valley
Key  Map of I>.L. LS66A Lynn Vallev North Vancouver
lnut
DISTRICT LOT 1039
•li mi Tin sday the lytl.    Still pit nty to choose from but sell
i    Ten North Vai      ir invaitori amonj* the buyart,
REMEMBER in t Wast Capilano land to the proposed Railway yards,
neamt to the new steel bridf. over tbe river,     lt lies Iietween the Keith Koad and Marine
I 'i va wiVr.    11,, tramline « ill run through it.    Trails are open on thr mads.    Nn Ravines.
PRICE $200 FOR A FULL QUARTER-ACRE
5ao ci-aii .<..     quarterly or I7. jo monthly    NO INTEREST,
JACK LOUTET
■a.i .    \   .*     PhoM  17
I'.r.iiii h. CiiniPr I'm-i.n and l,.iniHa!i-.   Ti-li'lilmtie 17
$175,
$200,
$223
t5»c, according
to .size
ond
location
The Larger
Blocks are
almost a full
acre.
-I
'
Terms 1-4 cash
halance over
2 years.
.
Yorkshire Guarantee & Securities Corporation
440 Seymour Street Phones 124-3343
IIUIIII) THE KXPRESS. NORTH VANCOUVER, B. I.
Good
News
_\t\\ Westminster luml liistriet
District ol New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICK that Elliot
A. Haswell, ol Vancouver, occupation broker, intends to apply ior permission to purchase
GOVERNMENTAL  LABOR
STATISTICS
engaged in the industry is 1441,
with a gross tonnage ol 40,81s.
  [The nets and seines 111 actual use
The report ol the department   " Jo».cd did to cud would reach
of labor, ior  the  Year aiding »diaUace of 15770 uiik-s.   Ihe
March  JI,   im,  trntni  Uns   J'1"1 J*™ «'! l£ *>la»l'■"* l"
week, is a valuable contnbullui. *»,111(hls r>' ls( &WgW     *
1        - -    ->-     -      The value of the lisherics   111
the respective provinces   ol   the
14 ——.1 dominion for the year iyo8 to
—-r —
ply ior permission to purchase "tv"' " ".'.""'
the  following  described   lands: to current lierature, bear,n-r„p-
About 320 acres, commencing at '»'>&_*?,  "f     '" u      *
a post planted on the northeast •** '"I'OMiroble.iis      It con- -—- q
_„.„u lams a lull report ol '•*-•«•«•• *'1^   wds   d!>   'ouows.      i^tova
(to chans, thence east 40 chains, . . un, ,...   shifts sis-   New   Hruns-
thence no'rth 80 chains more or %*+£ a^aS^ -ck  4,^^   Ontario 5:,	
.less to shore ol Horseshoe lake, J^HttoaJSH th "~S; 3"E -S'.»*'.K>7; **«
I thence 40 chains more or less in ^J*?^ d ( u B*™» stUti Jl.378.6i4i Mania westerly direction along shore -u,arl d,s vul   "s   ,    ' itoba etc M61.ua  airrandio-
,,,,-'       ..      , 6„ ai'cidellts.     Appended is Uu- lull uuudi c*-c. jooi,^., a j,ianu iu
of lake to point of  commence- "
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED
ACCOUNTANTS
319 Pender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
meat.
No excuse now for not
BUYING THAT   PIANO
Contracting for several hundred
pianos, $375.00 to $450.00 grades
at 1 big cul from Manufacturers'
Wholesale Prices, enables us lo
ship in
CARLOAD LOTS
.H'uileiits.   Appended ia we nui
text  ol lhe Industrial   Disputes1111.,,01 »25-45*,*»5*
^..—. .   *...   . .      .'Investigation Act, 1007. I    **_** are  ___*"** ? T
ELLIOT A. HASWELL v.idcr building operations, the | breeding establishments  in  tl.e
WM. DALZIEL DUKE,       statistics given are to the eflect *ominU», the aggregate output
*gent  Uiai lhc lolal value oi buildings ol*hldl *_M »9*j **J_
October 2, 1909 y-19 elected throughout Canada,  in'mllllons o( fr.v. uf Viino,,s "■*
= places ol OTO 8000 population,! Uunn8 U,t )^r a successful
«ai 158,587,98790. The record aaperimeat was tiled for the
..I lhe lour leading citiu, was as !lrMSPurtallon of «■*«■ lob"
lollows' Toronto $i4,W.»«w;:sUrs. to Pacilic waters, 11,000
Montreal l8.406.136; Winnipeg1 obsUrs *n i«eW treaaported
J6.435.330i Vaacoavei <s,5uft,.;.roiii Halifax and deposited .u
594. On lhe basis ol increase bookc llarbor' ™*___Z _*
over lhe previous, year, Vancouver heads lhe list with >i,362,-
h.S4, and Toronto is second with
|l,l63,4M,
The growth ol trades unionism
"    lact  that
ARCHITECTS
E.STANLEY MITTCX.M.l.C.A
ARCHITECT
413 Granville street.
VANCOUVER, 11. C.
MUSIC
jprol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera Boa*
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Ila!'., Cr.
; Robson and Granville  Streets.
	
I All Instruments.       Phone 2530
Phone 4I13
W. WA1TT h CO., LTD.
558 Granville Street
Pianos - Talking Machines -
Music Goods
The oldest music house in Ii. «- •
IHi-iv Wmtiuiiislpr Land Dislriel
District ol New Westminster.
AUCTIONEERS
TAKE NOTICE that A. F.!
Lloyd ol Campbell Kiver, occupaj
lion hsh warden, latandi 10 apply
for permission to purchase tba lollowing d-^cribed lands:—About
,50 acres. Commencing al a posi js -^fc^ ^ ^
planted on the norlb-west cornel ^ ^
0   ot 5b8,  thence east 40 cluins      _  °,        -,       ,
3   ', 1 .   11        were lormed and 40 were   ths-
more or less lo snore ot Hoise , , ,,,,
Shoe Lake, thence ,„ a north and •** l*• * aru * "** 2<!^
southwesterly direction around la^r organisations in Canada.
shore ol Horseshoe and Nanion , l ndcr lllt WltttlUl Dispute.
Lak.ltopointol commencement. Investigation Act 53 applica-
ALGEKNON P. LLOYD, lu,,ls "** made ol which 30 rc-
Oct atb  iqoq uttA lo mines, lb to railways,
^^^^^^^^e^e^*********l^.^H io im, in
~~i loiigsliorcineu, one to teamsters,
Mors.    In 53 instances strikes were averted or
untied ami in two the result was
and by the "new harness system," saving to us many dollars
in freights alone, we are now
selling
PopuUr   Dependable   Pianci
tin   t*)o   t)oo tm
H6.00 to (10.00 per month
When you deal with us you gel ihe 	
best thai I'm; Largest PianoCon ~ ^^m i—j      •
i-r.MN in Wr.si-EKN Canada, backed District ol North Vancouver a,ui ** l" sallors
bv i« vfars i-iucticai. Iinaiiafl' I Stances strikes wet
ind in abundance of capital, can
give.
and throve. This process will
be repeated on a larger scale.
Thc total catch of seals in
Hritish Colombia for icjo8 was
4,0.54 skins, and the total pack
of salmon was 5b6,,V>3 cases.
The industry gave employment in this province, to 11,768
persons.
A. St. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
bf> Hastings street west
is the only auctioneer who will
pay spot cash belore the sal* is
conducted
bMHRlSTERb
MR II. A. PUWELI
is ii|u 11 in in a ii,  pupils lor
instruction oa tbi   Violin,
'Cello   and   Cmilia    I
Very painstaking withi Inld-
I. n     Mum. 1 upi, 0 ntatly.
11 roun lun,    (Hiiiii Haatin*
■unl lloiii.i Straetia
l'lione l.|.""i
UST tAPIUNO WAHR DiSIRICI
nol so satisfactory.     Accurate
NOTICE is hereby given that Kivi"« ,k'talk',l ^«»*tloa as
a. .. at «_ , 4V it h the intention ol tl.e eounul l" l "' "J - P«f«" -* "#*
Montelius Pmno House, ltd 0, the Dlslricl of Norlh Vancou- <_* of lll.lS1' 'N"111,*
      »«    aaa.«a1u    tn
4)9.441 «..!,«.. Slr-ft WMl
Vanrouvrr,       •        -        I*
The 1111111I ,.i
w to apply to the Hon. lhe »«■«"»«■■«.«> 1*4 industrial
Lieutenant-Governor in Council «» '1;in"« l.11' u'al   "•
alter the lapse ol   thirty   da\s W _ vvllk1' ,'alhv 'IVS "^
Iron, the lirst publication oi this the largest number, ,,a,„i*lv y.r,,
Notice for a Certificate  ol  Ap- q«"»W -'"""K ***** will,
proval ol the   proposed   Waler __ «*■ '"""'H-'  [# •llld ''"»•
Works System to be construct- Url^, |»*     lh«c   vu;rt'   **"
ed   for   East   Capilano   Water ***** non-latal accidents  la
Come and dance the auld year
oot and the new yin in
William Chaddock is eouteni-
plating the eruction of a residence on his properly on 2nd
street west.
It was erroneously stated in
these columns last week, that
the house belonging to R. lv
Mania-jlili-n, whieh was burned,
was nol insured. The exact
facts an-, that the house cost
approxiamtely SlbKo, and was
insured for the sum ol ft MO, It
is understood that Mr.Macnaghten does not intend re-building,
at present.
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
6ij Pender Street
Phone 99b
S. D. SchulU        C. S. Arnold
LACItSHAIR0REi-.5ING
sAiHa
NOVEMBER
WINNERS
Works District, which Districi
or Townsite is shewn on a map
thereol filed in the Land Registry Oflice, in the City ol Vancouver, and numbered 2812.
ALEX. PHILIP,
C.M.C.
North Vancouver, 3rd November, 1909. 10-13
kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender St*.
The only up-to-date and reliable bath house in British Co-
lumbia-
We cure where otheis fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or ao
pay. Plain baths, electric baths,
shower baths, massage lor body, scalp and face; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin, Germany
Gelilleliieli'     Why   suite 1  \\ 1111
colds in ihe head Un niinii bald
Hess, w lun \1111 1,ut Mime .1
Well lilting Toupee ol eMellellt
workmanship al a nioilei.tia
price' Call and COUnlt Ml
Toupee maker 11 yon alt m need
of otic. A large selection ol
pulls, braids, Iranslniiiialious,
etc., always in stoik. Slum
pooiiiK,   hairdressing,   uianicr -
mi;,   snip  treatment!,   facial
massage, etc., at
■i.-ii'iui   Ul Mi'i,,.I.Yd
alalllll* Mint
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate OpiKian
All work guaranteed
Consultation im
49 Hastings streei west
Opp. Canieraphoue Unam
lollows. Aletal trades 341, rail
\1.1\s yitt, agriculture 291, building trades 219, mining 187.
CANADIAN 1-1S11KK1KS ^HB       ^M
All new houses should be pip-
The 42nd annual report oi lhe
department ol marine and lish- ed lor gas in order to save the
erics is to hand.    The total expenditures lor all lisherics  scr h«vy expenditure lor this con-
BUSINEiS COLLEGES
w.mu-ATmN   MB  LWUoI ***■ "" *■ vcar '^ l° IW{ venience at a later date.
APPLICATION   FOR   WMW^l^^   tQ  ^^u.j-,,   alld
LICENSE |th« total dominion revenues for jj. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
Did you draw-   one  ol   these
numbers  in  a sack  ol  Royal
Standard Flour?
62771   6319b 54h97  50897 bl538j
.amounted to $951,728.59, am
Um total dominion revenues lor
the same period were JaS2.7i5.56.
The government ship   Kestrel
lost (or the year $30,897.40.
The F.P.S. cruiser ior tin I'.i
cific coast cost $8354.21.
Expenditures for launches   111
B, C, were $3,998.85.
The total expenditures in B.C
-     -u   ._.,  .,... ._, .1  _„
I HEREBY GIVE Mi!ICE
that it is my intention to apply to the board ol hcttijiiig
commissioners lor the Districi
Municipality ol North Win ouver, British Columbia, at thiir
next regular meeting niter the
. . a—ai ---■ expiration ol thirty days liom
44073 48030 745-*' 51793 62723 the date hereof, lor a Hr*-*
II you did, you are entitled lo cenS( to certain premises
a 109 piece china dinner sel.       in Lynn Valley in the said wis* rz'"".T   ■ _i      _  .    .    .
Each   month  wc   draw   ten trict   Municipality,   being   ;.ot ll|c <>nlv provitKc 11, the doniin
niiinl-ers Irom the duplicates of one, (1), in Block filtv-onc tSl),jion tlul "*m a *tpno ol re-
the coupons placed in lhe sacks Sub-divisiOh of District LottWD *■"" "ur expenditure   111   this
of Royal Slandard Flour leav- thousand and eighty-seven( oAfj. «PjJrt»eat
mg our mills.    If you arc lor- group one (1), New Westminster |,. ___Jn_t '-v<*'
tunate enough lo secure one  ol District. 	
• a   a ._ . __ Dtte)j   thjs   j.^^   Jay  (|  ^^
«*nber, 1909.
JOHN M. DUVAl.
H-15
P0\V1-:R CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
lii nrwiil of Liquor License
TAKE NOTICE that
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. W.
Canada ■ Qraitaat Wniom School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - • Maaager
PHOTOGRAPHtHb
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIO
Family Group Specialists
Cabinet si«, *3 P*r dolen
Cor. Carrall and Cordova sis.
A. SAVARD, Propnetot
PITMAN'S
Business College
632 Seymour St., Vancouver
„_^       ool open all thc f
round.    Night school commences September 8th.
PiCTURS FRAMING
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest stock   oi
•>   ■        -   —!..„»  laa
         I    The total expenditures 111 .i.e.     TAKE,  rnuiu-c,   a—at
uyS 11? \~**si $15,12958 and the total re- days alter date, 1 intend
Hold '•''ivcinic «.is l39,»51.65, I profit nl ply to I. B. Hussey, supe
ses situate s^ll2().     1!n|]s|l ch.inl.i.i is dent of provincial police,
e said W«*   .       ,    „r„vilK.. 1.. ,1,.. ,i(miin-  r.-n.-wal ol the liquor lice
these, you are eniitled lo ,1 dinner set free of charge
There have been many wiiiuers
—it may lie your turn next.
Watch this paper each month
for the winning luiiulicrs
Rov.il Slandard is lhe IhsI
and purest llotir on the market
in Western Cauda todav,   Ke-
tiiciubcr Koyal Standard is .1
better Hour—not merely diller-
■•nt, but better.
Manufactured by
HHHMllHIB.il
VANCOUVER B. U
NEW
WI'STMINSTER
DISTRICT
LAND
District ol New Westminstei
TAKE NOTICE that Ernest
Crocklord, ol Vancouver, occupation cruiser, intends to appiy
for permission to purchase thc
following described land: About
400 acres. Commencing at a
post planted 20 chains east ol
the southeast corner of Lot 568
thence weat 60 chains, thence
north 40 chains, thence west jo
chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence
north 40 chains more or less to
point of commencement.
ERNEST CROCKKORD
WM. DALZIEL DUKE.
Agent
October 4, 1909. 9*19
Liquor License Appliralioii
TAKE NOTICE that 30 dais
alter dale, 1 inlend to apply io
the board ol license- commission
ers lor the City ol North Vancouver, lor a shop or battli license, under the provisions ol
the "Municipal Clauses A.t,'
190b, for the purpose ol scliing
liqnor under the provisions of
sub-section 3 ol s.-iiion I?! ol
said act, in a two story block,
to be erected oil Lot 411. Hlock
155, Subdivision ol District Lot
374, in the City nl North Vancouver, which said lot is situated on the North side ol First
street, east oi Lonsdale avenue.
Dated this 5th day ol November, A. D., 1909.
10-14 WILLIAM .1. Tl'LK
thirty
to ap-
iuperintcn-
        provincial police, lor  a
renewal ol the liquor license oi
lhe Moodyville hotel, held by
me, ior the term ol six months
 ^h        commencing January  1st, )•))"
there were 13,47: claims for The Moodyville hotel is situated
lish boiinUes diirin-; the vear, of at Moodyville, on lot No. 2JS,
mIihIi 13,841 were approved aad group one.New Westminster dis-
paitl,   the   total    disbursements  trjct.
MBg $154,94910* Dated   at   Moodyville, B. t..,
The total iiiiinbei   ol   persons this 28th day ol October A. U.,
employed la tlu Siberia iadaat- 1909
t\ in Canada is 84,823; the tola!
Dumber ..I well ol all kinds K-14
mouldings in B.C.lo select Irom
_______________        < so when you wanl Iramiug done
Day school open all the year | ch(,ap al/d wdl gel our ^
'bAiLEtf BKUO. LU. LID.,
1540 Grauville aud 138 Cordova
CHIROPRACTIC
MtALkSTATt
Keep your eye ou
1 liii..|ai.,Uri. llie miiy mciho 1 .1.1. 10lo*| EASjT    VANCOUVER
aU* anal   r-lil,il. III.   ralT*1 i,( allM'tiar.   bailll,*                              ,,,-,   anavu
try ti) |i.lln a If ui.aa.Ki* H I tnr*>iar.< in*    lhc I llhalGlllO	
oul)     tiii„|,i.i ia,r  11.   V.ui*„ni-i*r   la   li,*,ir|t a 	
t'lilr,a|>r.,*tn). *(r.,ii,.l«   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Daaul ol 1 Iiu,.t>rn, l.< . li.i> li|«.rl, Iowa.
.nli*., r....iai I*-, i ..inin.' 1... 1 a. Ill h'lt 1
-llf,-,,    I'l,.11,*  1,1*1 .a       11.-lar.    I    laa..      Ill||.ull«*
lion aid ex.lum.Hull lift*.
for particulai! apply lo
MORDEN 9 THORN 1ON
Phone 815     44" llomcr Mrc*1
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
)orkaSliire duuiaulee k
Canadian DetecUvesBurea,-Jkl|r|ljC!,   ^^   y|
 -1-1 440 Seymour Street
(Signed) TOM BOOTH
.1 l.ni|iir'i'  Hub
pi M
Viiiii*i,in,*r Dili,-.
iHKI llii.iiia;- -t. «**»!
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
BBVKNT1 1 i  IH'MI.M IN COUMI Of CONSTRUCTION
We tan  lia-ullr 11 uiiiiiv more.     If you arc tliinkiiiR ol  botldiag
see us ami talk the matter over
CAMPBELL Is MILLER
205 Loiif.'1"1" lm. North Vancouver
OYIINQANOCLtANINQ
PERTH BYI WOW
A11I1 ison ek Hilton, PioprtetorsI
Dyeing, Cleaning, Piessing
Ladies' dresses, silks,   laces  a ,
specialty
SALE 81 BREWITT
Agents, Nortli Vam inner
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
llll lNSCRANcK
R. Kerr Houlgale - - - Managet
R18TAURANTS
GROCERS
All North Vaacoaver
eat at
Pianos & Organs
Tuned and Repaired
ChirRcs Mod-rate.
Satisfaction Guirintat .1
WILLIAM LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER a REPAIRER
"Pegwell" 141I1SI., w Forbes ave
P  C. will 1.11 iv, prompt attention.
HERE
New
f-nlerpris*- on  Lonsdale  Avenue,  No.  443
ll»t»*i.fn Itli and .'ith Stn-,'t«.
The North Vancouver Piano Co. &
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
fall tWi arc tn.    Usf ** -<-** * **
A,,|,,,t s AM' tOM «.I   VU \NTKI.I»
peopU
LEOiNARD'S
Either Flack Block or Hast
and Provmoni ">«« ■£*■ opposite   lh«   n»w
Wholesale and Retail -J°»t 0fll«'      sAonati sell, hia
III Haitiagi St. (downstair!)   tea by the pound.	
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays   -
  WATCHMAKERS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Proviiions
RUBBER STAMPS
llll. QBO   II   KIW1TT CO.
Manilla*, Hirers
mm imm sumps
Sign and Price Markers
10 I-'Aimiiin BUM,     Fosr K3917
Knglish practical watchmaktr;
Established |H|
Specialty,   repainm
wooDioori,
UJ Carrall Street
If You want to Sell Your Real Estate
Advertise it in The Express THE EXPRESS, NORTH  VANCOUVKR, K C.
St. Andrew's Church "" ■/\\|)H
— RusntN
Fourth
Anniversary
Services
Sunday, Dec. i-'ili, 11 a.ui.,Re\
.1. S. Henderson, Si. Andrew 'a
\,»   tt'eslminster;   7.30  p.m.,
Principal UacKay, D.I), Veat-
ininster ball,
Annual Supper &
Sale of Work
auspices ol Si   Andrea '1 Ladies
Aid, oil Tiiesilav, Dee, I |, in llu
ilmiili, opened at -'* jo p.m. Ad-
iiiissiuii to Mill-, ine. Suppei
served irom 5, in at 15c,
Patronize tin Chineac Luuadi j
\ IMI  the Xol'tili  Pole.
See llie Dolls' Paradise.
A LARGE SI'PPLYOF
FRESH  PRUIT
AND KANDIE
ALWAYS ON HAND
I. K. Rennet,     61 Lonsdale
4. L. IflflAS
CARPF.N1ER
ISI IMA M- Q1VKH
111 CAIRN I'll iMITI.Y A'lTI-.'NIiKD
rn Boi ii" Rm, 1 tl MM.,!
W. J. BALMAIN
a IV'II.   I'.M.lM 1  I
' |ti ti uv Surveyor Mid trchltnH
SORTH   VAM'tirVKK.
Removed
Sam Kee Laundry has
removed to corner of
Mahon Avenue
and 2nd St.
DR. H. B. HOWELL
OPTICIAN
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Uforiiii -1 . Vaneoueer,
1. -,i,i \, k 1*10*1 number 1 U North
Vancouver
I*IV Ynl'K
CHRISTMAS
GROCERIES
\i tin* Stan "I Quality
Till- «" i HI* i.ii*t
Fn-li I'rtilief, tl.'.'i, to M.H |n-r
Imx a.i :.'.'> pn nii'l- Tl.i'M' ure
lir-l due.
Hulk Ciirti'tib       ...    IIV|HTlb.
Fancy I'ltuter Ralriai, Bo i»*r Ila
Shelled Almoudi    *Wc»lli
.-in ll,**! Wiiiiiui-     . .  tteilb
Mis.-il ivi-l  .     ... Me par lb
I nth VegeUbaM on hud ;ii .ill
nun**.
C. R. Hickman
1111 Lm-imIiiI. An
Phone 40
.J. J. MCALEECE
KEITH BLOCK
LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 9J
New Arrivals in Stylish and Up-to-date
Wearables
This store is filled to overflowing wilh all lhat is new
,nnl beautiful in Ladies' evening wear, including all over net
w .lists ill while, cream and ecru, also silk eiiiliroidcicil.
Don't fail lo see these goods, thev are marked at most
moderate prion ami without (ear ol duplicating.  Ranging
in price from (3.50 to  fj-tP
Collars and Belts
A Irish shipment of Xnia*, collcri .mil lulls is just being
opened up.    These include silk, chillon, lace and jet collari H
in every Imaginable taiga *nd coloring, irom mc. to li.JJ
Our range of belta ia aotnething iiniiicnse, never before
hav? we shown such a ran-;-' of these goode, Everything
itiiieeiveahle i.s to lie lound lutf, ranging from 25c. lo fl.95
Rimember lhat Butterick Patterns are to be llatl lure,
price 10c. and   IJH
Cleared Lots
In Blck 33A, D.L. 330
These lots are all on gradedstreeta. In fine neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Prices $600 to $700
EASY TERMS
S. GINTZBURGER
■UMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER .SPECIALIST
163 Cordova Street, Vancouver, R. C.
I'. II. HOX .186.
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU GREENHOUSES
eli.al.vst
CUT FLOWRES
In town at lowml pri.'. 1.      Hive in > trial fur
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
60? ria.slinij.s St., H. Vancouver, B.C
ARE YOL GOING TO BUILD ?
Coma to ii* for llu- money nmi repay it
to suit yourself
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVI A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOTS FOR SALE
JOHN  ALEXANDER 4, CO.
REAL ESTATE   BROKERS
Hi Lonsdale Avenue
ALEXANDER P. RBILLY
iicim.i*! nnil t'liniitiHiiti   «i St. .la*./*,„', I'lntrrlt
1'itit-litf  uf Piano,   I neill  and  Theory
II detind Pupil* prepmd inr lhe
rormto I'tvi'iTi :y bxauulnatioiii
...     i ■ I  liinh  Stttt,   I'ln.        .        *    I
'""•"■ ;;* f.„„'tiir Antm fern       SettJt tettmtet
Sorlli Vancouver, lu.-'lan-,-, Kn ,n.    Relervuee  Rer.Mr. Gillim
2 Splendid Buys
1   arrr with lnuisc in D.L    . s    'i  ffeo.00.
i22j KCIIKI litis.
too ft. 11jj II in Block 16, D.L 7s;. right on thi citj
Iiunii.In. mill iln- in.i-i commanding new m iln-
north time «l Bnmrd Inlet, Only f 150 down to
iccure thii,
ALEXANDER llllll & CO.
IjOOkUIc Avt-iiiic, ni'.ir l-Vrrv
Phonei—ofl'nv 24      Houm 22      I'.n. Boi SO
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Xmas fruit*
QUALITY   IS  WHAT YOf SHOULD LOOK
FOR   IN   VOIR   FRITl'S  FOR  CIIRKSTMAS
BAKING
Good Fruits will gi?| \ uur eake that peculiar
good llavtir ami when mt will show that you useil
the Ixsl.
Wl have the goods you need and our prices
are right.
j. a. it m. McMillan
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Canyon View Addition
All Lot* at $150 are sold
A few left at $ 175 each, $6 cash and $6 per month.   Act quickly, all will be sold in a few days
LYNN VALLEY
Fine Lots, 100 feet from car line, 50x141, $250 each;  $50 cash,  $10 per month.
Henry Eves £> Co.
67  and   69   LONSDALE  AVENUE
PHONE 6
Sole Agents COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO., Assets exceeding $86,000,000
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