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VOLUME 8
NOKTIl VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1909.
NUMBER 1^
jci it council!
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Alderiiii-n Dick, Young, McNeish, McRae antl Schult/. were
present at the regular session ol
the citv council on Monday
evening.    Mayor May presided.
A letter from Alexander Philip, clerk ol the district council,
advised the council that the
present road to the cemetery
will bc kept in good repair, but
that the district expects to construct a new road for a portion
of the distance at a future date;
received and bled.
From J. R. J. Murray, secretary of the board of trade, suggesting a display of limiting on
the occasion of the vis.it ol Premier McBride; referred to On
publicity committee.
From the same, enclosing a
copy ol the resolution ndopled
bv Uie ilioard of trade wilh reference to a wharf for a car ferry; referred to the lerry couiniittee.
From W. .Scale to the ellect
that he intends building a residence on lots 8, q, id, i", irl
and 19, block 70, 1). L. .s.so and
requesting thai either 12th or
I .Uli street be opened up from
St. Andrew's to Ridgway ave,
referred In the board of works
From Campbell & Miller, requesting a sidewalk on the si.tub
side of luth slreet from Sl.
George's avenue to lot S, block
17, D. L. 544, and also a crow-
ing across 19th street on north
side of St. George's avenue.
From lhe same asking Mi.it
Ridgway avenue from nth lo
12th street be improved, and
that a sidewalk Ih- * Imd along
the west side ol Ridgwav l< ,
both letters relerred lo Onboard of works.
Thu medical health officer stii.-
niitted his report lor lour
months up to April 30th; received and filed.
From Alexander Philip, clerk
to the district council, enclosing resolution endorsing the ac-
tion of the mayor, relative to
professional baseball on Suit-
ilays; fruin Ilritatinia lodge L.
0. L,, Vancouver, enclosing a
strong resolution protesting ,1
gainst professional ball games
on Sundav; received and liled;
from the V P S.C.Iv of St.Andrew's Presbyterian church arith
a similar strongly worded resolution of protest; received and
liled.
The city solicitors wrote, tu
the effect that thev had not vet
had time to decide all thc points
sulbtiiitted as to the local improvement bylaw.
Alderman Dick called alien
tion to the necessity of procttr
ing ailditionall lerry accoliiliio-
dation for May 241I1 and July
1st, and moved that lhe niaii-
agemenl si-cure an extra Iwal
lor these days, any necessarv
price Iherelor, to be paid; carried.
A plan of subdivision of lot
b, block 7, D. L. 616 was approved,
The cilv solicitor!! advised
that the resignation of Alderman Braim did not lake eflect
until accepted by the council, by
resolution. The council mulct-
stood that this resignation hail
been withdrawn. Thc mayor ti
interview Aid. Braim.
lute  therefor,
ment; carried.
Alderman Schult/. reported as
to band concerts, suggesting
that a scries of concerts lie helil
during June, July and Align,
in Victoria gardens on Wednesday afternoons, and that each
Wednesday alu-nioon be declared a public holiday. Thc
Scheme would involve ,111 -.-
pclise of ubout J8oi) in all, bul
would greatly increase the lerry
earnings. Thc matter was allowed to remain in abeyance,
pending the bringing in of the
estimates.
Alderman McNeish asked loi
information with regard lo llu
present position ol allairs i\
Sunday professional baseball. A
lengthy discussion developed.
Alderman Young moved mat
lhc council endorse the actios
ol the police commissioners iu
thc matter. This was ultimate
ly seconded by Alderman AU
Rac. Aldermen McNeish, Dick
and Schult.*-. declined lo mie tip-
on the motion and upon the
mayor ruling that an alderman
could retain his chair and refuse to vote, Aid. Dick stilmiitt
ed that us only two aldermen
was no quorum and like icsoitt-
were prepared to vote, there
lion could therefore not in- put.
The chair acquiesced in litis u-
pinioii.
A. J. Picton-Warluw, sub-
ported by Percy King, pressed
lhc council to pass a motion authorizing a plebiscite- on the
question of professional baseball
mi Sunday, but after extended
discussion, council declined lo
lake action and proceeded wiih
the next order ol business. During this discussion Aid. Sdmli-
referred to a challenge lo resign which had been extended in
him through lhc public press.
lie stated thai he was prepared
lu hand in his resignation, when
he was requested to do so, by
thc body which had noiiiinateii
him. He declined meantime tu
take the challenge seriously.
Council wenl into loiiinuitci
of the whole and ultimately adjourned lo meet again Tuesday
evening lor the consideration ol
the estimates.
At the spui.il uniting i.l tin
city council on Tuesday evening
the linancial estimates lor thc
year were carefully considered,
and the rate was iinally struck
as lollows: General rate [tt
mills, schools 1% mills, special
ferry rate a\ mills, total :y4
mills.
lt was decided tu call a public meeting of the ratepayers tu
be held Monday, 17th inst., tu
consider whether ur not a plebiscite shall bc taken with relerence to allowing professions!
baseball games to be played in
the uty on Sundays.
Aid. Braim formally withdrew his resignation tendered
some weeks ago.
CARTRIDGE ACCIDENT
The huiiie ul A. X, Kennedy,
Sl. Andrew's avenue and luth
street, wa.s the scene on Wednesday of an accident   thai  might
ave had serious results. ln
playing about the yard, lhe
.hililrcn found a rille cartridge.
Thev took it into the house and
asked their mother lor some
matches, with which tu cxpcii-
ltii-nl. These were of course refused theni and Mrs. Kennciiy,
taking lhc cartridge Irom them,
carelessly threw it into the
stove. All explosion promptly
folluivcd, badly wrecking the
stuve aiid slrewing articles promiscuously about the kitchen.
.Mrs.Kennedy was somewhat cut
aliuut the lace, bul utlierwise,
barring lhc stove, no damage
was done.
The ladies ul the  miriv   v id
ow club, will turn the tables mt
the members ol the male persttS-
sion, by putting on .1 dance  in
.lhe Eagles' hall .his culling, at
Tin linance committee submit- which thev will  do   the enter-
ted an exhaustive report upon
the report of the city auditor,
submitting a recommendation
with respect to each suggestion
ol that report. The recommendations ol the couiniittee were
udopted.
Alderman Young, chairman of
the waterworks committee directed attention of council to a
defect in the agreement of the
city with the district, with respect to supplying water to residents beyond the city boundaries, and moved that the district council bc notified that tin
council wish to nullify the present agreement re water supplv,
on account of the number of
meters required and to substi*
taining and pay the admiuloll
lee, whiles lhc gtlitlcincli experience the rarity ol free admission
alld entertainment.
CEMENT SIDEWALKS
•OOOIOOOSMIOMSMOIOSOOOC
TO ADVERTI8ER8
Tho sttpntion nl ail vert i ner". ii j
r»lli"d to t .Imuliiip nntirr Hi llie
heed ol the edltariel coIiuum »f
Tlie Kxprwn, tlmt ohM|M ol ad-
vfrti.eninntii mint In- in tin- lininl.
nl tin" printer in.I IttaW tliiin Weil-
iii'.ilm- nf net week tu MMM
I'lililinitinn. Posit!ally nu \arin-
lii.li (ruin Uii. rule uill lie until,-.
Hecs-rocfcceretttcc-coc-So-c*,
There is before ihe conned at
present a petition fur cement
sidewalks six leet wide on each
side uf the grand 'boulevard.
This it is submitted,is a matter ol mure than usual importance tu the dty ul North Van-
comer.   Ihs .bonlevard is about
three and a half tunes the width
uf Vancouver's widest highway,
ami it is credibly alleged lu be
the third buulevard ul the wurld
As ,1 city wc might tu use the
[,nl ul uur piissessiun of the
third boulevard ul all in exist-
miu as aii advertisement, and it
is sell evident that if we advertise ii alinust -all strangers
coming to Nurth Vsaconvsr
would come to sec it. They will
Iind in uur rit) ul Nurth \ ati-
u.iiver alt avenue which accurd-
ing tu published information is
unequalled ill lhe wurld except
in the French capital,   and it is
uf importance, 1 think easily
seen, that when they come tu
sec il and when uur own public
Ireqiieiils it, Ihey should have a
sidewalk lu waik upon Instead
ul a rough waguii ruad probably either dusty or muddy.
We have nol a great museum
ut 1 picture gallery, but il wc
had the third grealest museum
ur gallery to show, it would be
,1 disgrace to our city that we
should lot have a sidewalk to it'
One uf the earlv expenditures
that Vancouver made was a Bns
1.ullage drive around Stanley
park. Ws have BOl S Stanley
paik in North Vancouver, bill
we have an  avenue uf breadth
unequalled mi this contimat,and
in that sense we have 111 the wa\
ol boulevards the great sight ul
i continent.
Winnipeg has paid uver |joo,
 1 uti acquiring and equipping
as public grounds a smaller
acreage than the acreage ol the
boulevard with its   adjoining
park, and I submit thai mir dtj
councillors will ad wim wisdom il they Use this great public asset as a drawing cam to
attnd all tuunsls aid strangers who spend a da) M BSfO OB
Hurrard Inlet, The result will
nut be the mcie impression lhat
the avenue is a line one, bul ill
many instances will be followed
bv people becoming lin.un i,ilh
interested ill mil utv whu at
lirst only came mil uf curiosity
tu see olil leading avellUc.
We iiwe il tu iitirselves as a
uti tu gel uur boulevaids and
parks into the hands   ul   park
commissioners wlm will  keep
thelll   in   unlet,   tin    requisite
itniils bung raised by frontage
tax or otherwiie, as the council
may see lit, and we certainly
uwe it lu ourselves  tu  have  a
pavement which will admit ul
the boulevard's being a prumcti
ade instead ul ,i muddy road
whuh visiturs ainl uur own public  WOUld  seik  tu slum    lather
ih.in i" enjoy, Surely if we
look at this matter property we
shall all agree lli.it we ought tu
make the best ui our sdvaatagi
and have a proper sidewalk un
our principal highway as earlv
as possible.
JAS. CO0PBI KEITH
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The venluresomcMss, at times
amounting iu loolharduicss.with
which those iu charge ol motor
launches un the inlet, undertake
to cross thc bows ol the lerry
steamer Sl. George, is a source
ol constant annoyance alld
dread to lhc Ierry captains.
Captain Gosse is particularly
stroug 111 his censure ol muse
who indulge ilus practice, l lie
evening hours constitute lue
ISSBon ol greatest daugci, lui
the reason thai launches ,ut
then most numerous, wliiic Un
occupants 111 search ol amusement,appear to consider 11 good
sport to run across the uows 01
Uie big lerry boat at close range
When it is remembered that tie
Sl. George is constructed alter
a style ol marine architecture
which renders the ship somewhat dilhcull lo handle at all
times, but more especially so
wheu the tides and the winds
and other inllueiicc-s arc taken
into consideration, it will be
dearly understood, that lo be
bothered by foolishly venturesome launch operators, places u
captain upon the rack, and let,
him be never so ellicienl and
painstaking, a serious accident
is very lialile lo occur. I he
matter has already t)BSU laid be-
ciation, and is under lunsidira-
fore the master marker's association and is undei consideration in other quarters, with a
view to discovering sonic means
wlic-roliy the practice may be
stopped.
CIVIC ADVERTISING
The advertising campaign, lieing conducted by the city and
the district, through Uie joint
advertising committee, makes
steady pi ogress. Thc committee held a meeting on Wednesday evening al which satisfactory reports were received and
the work lurlhcr advanced. A
representative ol "Seattle and
thc Pacific North West," a
bound book uf .300 pages, which
will contain write-ups ol llu
exposition, Seattle, Yancouver,
New Westminster and Victoria,
was heard. Ten thousand ol
Ihese books will be published
and urculated gratis in hotels,
reading rooms, on trams,steamships, etc. The committal was
ollered len pages lut Syn. and
alter careful consideration decided that belter results could
be obtained by advertising expedients nearer home. The collecting committee appointed tu
iall upon the real estate ami
hotel men made a very encouraging reporl. lhe amount in
sight from all sources now totals ft530. Sample shBStS uf
llie fulder, uf which 50,000 arc-
to lie issued, were submitted and
approved. The sum uf |jOO was
set aside for the use of the sub-
cuiniiiitlce which has in hand
the inauguration ul a suics ul
band concerts, during the summer. The sum ul flQO was appropriated to the luiuttiitlei-
having m hand lhe preparing
and framing ul several MS "I
large views, lur lhe ollices ol the
leading hotels, etc., in Vancuuver. Thc entertainment and
reception Committal was requested to bring in a detailed
report with reference to a wati 1
1,111111 al 111 lhe near future.
POLICE COURT
Under an Information laid b)
Mayor W. II May, A. J. Tic-
ti-ji-Warlow appeared belore
.Magistrate Kealv this iih.ruing,
1 haigiil with an infraction uf
the Lord's Day ail, bv haling
provided u performance clsi-
where tllAD in a i Illlt ill. .il
whiih a lee was iharged lut ml
mission, un Sunday , M.iv 2nd.
Mr Warlow pleaded not guilty
As counsel was nut present  for
either party, tin ease was adjourned until Ttutsdav morning
next, at nine o'clock, tu allow
time lor securing legal representation.
I LOCAL NEWS 1
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Robert Dick ul Mission   is
id.in ai North Vancouvei, on
ilie uty, uu a slmrt visit iu his Thursday, May  131I1, to Capt.
parents D. G. and Mrs. Dick.       and Mis. tales, a son.
The two steel cells ordered
lor the city lock-up, arrived litis
week and are now being Installed.
The  horticultural  society     is
holding a dance la the socket} s
hall on Wednesday, lyUi nisi.
Th.- insi dt.iit oi stations loi
Alexander Livingstone lias uu-1 the ensuing year was laid un the
der construction a small house labll at Un* Methodist conlei-
at the corner of l"th alld Wit SBCSlast evening. In lllis dr.ill
li.i in slreel. B.   llcdly   llalderslun   remains
■    c 1   ^ . ., 1 r ....  1  , !pastor at Norlli Vancouver.
ror Sale—Seven brown   Leg- r
born hens and lour white   Leg-     The young people's tennis dub
horn  roosters.      Apply   comer Id  Sl.   Andrew's   Presby teiiaii
yucensburv and 3rd street. church has been re-organized lot
Dr. J. C. Morrison, ticitist,;tk' siaMjn and l,ratUa' *■«
Keith iblock, has  now   a   tele
phone in his olbce, and may be
reached by asking lur No. 118.
Watted—An uld man lo luuk
alter garden. Apply W.Bailey,
cor. Keith .uid Clicslcrlicld, or
540 Granville street.
Milk (or sale—Families desiring pure milk Irmn tested cows,
111,11 purchase same from .\. I-',.
Crickmay, 131I1 street, phone- bi
w. Robertson is considering
the purchase ul a residential site
with a view to the erection of
a residence lur persuiial uccti-
pation.
Miss B. Sinclair, fuinicrh 111
all olbce al Sale .Ns lllewttl's as
public stenographer, has accepted a position with Thacker &
Thoriiliin, real estate and timber brokers.
Permanent arrangements ban-
been made by the local Baptist
congregation, to have the evening service each Sabbalh, in
their church, 5th streei casl,
conducted by Rev. J. A. Haiiluti
Charles Mee ul Moodyville, is
completing the house arhkh he
has had under construe I tun ,,n
1st BtfWt cast lur sonic nine
past, Ior the purpose uf taking
up his lamily residence there.
C. li. SmitluTingalc, um- ol
the proprietors of The Express.
and 11 B. Rcul, of the local
siall uf the B. C. El. Ly Co.,
arc in Kussland this Week, i'l
attendance at tlic- grand ! idge
uf the Knights of Pyth-.m.
The main Iriends ul Malcolm
McMillan an pleased tu Iind his
are now iu full swing.
Thc special meetings will I.e
continued at the Baptist chuiih
on 5th street, Sunday evening,
Rev. Mr. Banton ulbciating assisted by Mrs. Banton.
Councillor Gordon will be an
outgoing passenger tomorrow,
bound lur California, upon a
combined business and pleasure-
trip. He will return in about
two weeks.
Rev.  B.  H.  Balderston  and
Messrs. M. B. Martinson and .1.
Ogle, ale iu allendaiuc al the
annual coiitcruticc of the Methu-
disl church, in New Westminster
this week.
The   most   lluteable   sale    ol
Capilano realty ior eometimi
is ihal ol n hloiks comprising
about lui) acres belonging lo V.
C. Wade, al au average price ol
about J3511 per acre. J. J.
Woods k Co. made the sale,
A meeting ol ratepayers only,
will he held in Larson's pavilion
on Monday evening al right p.
SO., to discuss the question id a
rufcrcndiiiu vote, wilh reference
to Sltml.iy piulissiuiial bascliall
games 111 this city.
Messrs. I). 0, Dick, Donald
Camera, A. Iv. Kealy and Mrs.
Kealy were mcinliers of the
party of 233 who took iu the excursion up the coast, on the
Princess Charlotte, this week.
They returned Thursday evening
Tin inside furnishing >.(  tba
Palace hotel, which has been
proceeding steadily Ior some
months past, is now about com-
clcd.    Bighty guest ih.iinbers
guitta   countenance again greci-1    ., . *»    J. "   ,.
14    ,,       '  .     1,  , . ,     a,   will be read)   loi  the  -uuiincr
mir        ,,.,,,     it    till-   ,,  ,     St.,Kit 111* . -
illg lliem at the uld stand.    11
thoroughly enjoyed his Holiday
at  Harrison Hot Springs,   add
returns much benefited in health
The alternuun game < I pi  i'
sional baseball un May .'(ib   V-
iw'icn the Vancouver Bsaveri
and the Tai ulna nine, will be
played on the local athletic
grounds. The probable attend
ance is imiiptilitl at nut less
than hoou people.
The St. Andrew's and Caledonian   SOdety'S basket pliliir   l|i
Brighton be.uh 1111 Empire Da).
May 14th, primuses tu be a gala
day.     Lallllilles lean*    Lal--a ill's
wliarl at a a.m. promptly,    A l'H,"r> ""», ,"r ■Vl'" '" "'"n'
limited ...imlic. ol tickets ian be Mls   N"",u1' ll'"1 ■ Uu"K «P
had lium Hun. I Dodds, C, E, h*™f Ih:,'u """HI"! U) Isayi
Lawson, and HMBBBSfS   ol   ths ■" lmlt' stl" wlth relatives  111
committee Waste, because ol illness	
,.      ,   . ,      ,,       ,    , 'having   been   detained   in    New
round—Scleral  .11 tubs,   lost|,,__,B ,        ,    ,
by their owners during the Ua]
trade.
The buaid ul  license ,oliinils-
■ioners hn the district, lafsthsi
with the city and the district
Councils, will make a trip lo
1 aiii'iit   Yicw  hotel,  capilano,
tomorrow, foi ths purpose oi
iiispiiUng llio roads and 1.1>mg
a look at tins excellent new
hostelry recently .mnpicicl ior
P. Larson.
Mrs. J. A. S. Nicoluh    .md
1,nmu, arrivad la tha my earl)
this Week, irolll Trieste, Atlsln.i
to join Mr. Nici.liih, who has
BBSS   "pi 1 .iitng .1  woodworking
Dav icleliialioii, ale in th
hands ol the committee, await
iiig claimants Among litem
are two brum Ins, ,1 pome COO-
taining a small amount ol
Boney, a child's hat. ,1 1 ap and
a shawl. Owners mav seititi
the same by applvmg at the
residence, ol Mrs. I. C, Hall,
12th street.
The report ol Mi-dual Health
Officer Dr. Campbell, submitted
at Konday's session oi the dty
iiiuiuil,   shows   the   lollowing
i.ises ul Infectious discasi s |,i
the past Iimt months Diph ,
theria two; whoupmg cough
une; measles fmif; chicken pox
loin; mumps lour; deaths Irmn
tulieriiiliisis one.      The   report
■gala smphaaisss the seed  (01
a more satisfactory means
the disposal ol sewage,
Yoik several weeks because  01
Iln   illness ul   her little gill.  The
l.tni 11\ will reside OS 3rd streei
west.
On the occasion ol their .111
nual meeting, held Tuesday af-
terUOOn,   ths   Ladles aid  soilelv
ol the Uetbodiat chorda1 were Entertained by Mrs. C.eu II. BoT
den. al hit llunie, :nd slreil
ItSt, There were presenl the
lollowing Wisdallies Wheeler,
Braim, Tuck, Ctimiiimg, Kiitts
lui'd, Aikm, Sioiiii. Ucmciils,
M.iitmson, Farru, Ogb . Andrew
Ad.mis, Svk.-s, Dei in-, Parkin,
Morden, Clapp, Sullivan, C.m-
liloti.   W'heicdon,   Cnlible    and
wim'      Tin- lollowing officers
wen   ekctpd   loi   ths  ensuing
term    President, Mrs.Genu -tits
do president, Brs ('• H Bof-
1 ,dea -.nreun, Brs Tuck] tn *
uici, Mis. Braim, THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
■THE-
Fossil Oil
CAPITAL   $1,500,000
DIVIDED   IN   1,500,000  SHARES   PAR   VALUE  $1.00  PER   SHARE
LIMITED
Lands in Proved Fields in Wyoming, I. S. A.
Share* For Sale 10 cent*, Folk) Paid U|) and
Non-Assessable by
W. J. DICK,    Real Estate Broker
Lonsdale Avenue,
North Vancouver
HEAD OFFICE—A. E. KEALY,
216 Crown Building
615 Pender Street
Vancouver, B.C.
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It   -■  ■ ■'■ .  '    .um
known bj  i I  tin
lll.ul.   lol    out
a    irptioo  I    Hn
"ll llillij; lie li.ml to .iiuiil
What ne do lialll Is a ilear.ilis-
liin live naiiie ol mil min, "llnr
i.u'l Citj I"   Win noi.'   Youri
ill.,
,1. W. HAI.MAIN
N.iiih Vancouver, Maj nth.
\I,D  Mill I.T/S PO81TI0
Kiittoi i•;\1111 .s
Sll,    Kelntllie, to the sll-*pcs-
tiofl   ol    Alii    Sihnlt/   lil    the
'oiiiiiil mi  Monday,  thai  mv
oiler  to ineel    llllll    belore    the
ilectori was a hij» juke, permit
nn  I,, sa\ al a am i that 1 ,un not!
given iu Joking or trifling mib
th, vital mini sts ni mu uiiin-i
City,       Ills i I.UMI   lll.it   his sl.itlll
h.is a neutral om- will uaki u
'lllliilllt   to knmi   uiu ti  to Like
Iiiiii Miioiisli Hearty sii|.|iuri
was given him at th, election,
as \m hoped to hair in lum a
ItTong .unl IIM-Illl representative
t" |'t"lllole the best illtetesls ol
"'II lolillllllllltl . To llll'l 111
I' ul "Hi llllo Used his |i" itiull
'" li II lis that till bills .lll'l
I'llll, l|i|,s "I  "ill   ,*il|llt!\   in   lite
ni.itti i ol S.ilil,.ilh olisi ivainc
in t' Vrottg ami should lliil lull' nli 'I. ii.i* .1 l.iiii r disappointment, anil t" lui'l thai In ii.is
retained u counsel loi A I
Picton-Warlow, certainlj Indl
i.iii'l his willingness t" chain
|il"ll   Ills i.ilM
r.i electora i ipei i him as al
ui.ui i" i.i* winelhing mon
than miiti.il ot a cipher at  the
".lllllll l.o.ud when thill  inler-
ll' .ll itahe
North Vani ouvm has alwayi
hail   .1   ,..nil.il   iub,,|in    f"i   the
visitors win. innil- im nm. a, ni
enjoyment and iluii is ii>. place
i Vancouvii   wbi'■   the
h.unl oi n.ittiii  hr. mon   pru-
lllsrlv  Supplied  IIU .Ills loi   i li|,,l
un ni oi iiu iiesi kind,   Many in
"iu   Hlv  are  bmr.  "I   .ilhl.li,
o .unl iv ill always ror-
diallv put  visitors who come
to i.iki a legitinati pari mth
mu young men In Umm spurts.
Hm il "in iu\ i in amount in
anything, ll musl ni.imi.iiti mIi-
i' peel .it all hatardi I am,
ALEX, i'llil,ip
AN Ol.l) TIMKR
Cenrpe Marr, one ol tin "bl
linn* residents ol Capilano was
.ui mil nmnj: passenger last
week, bound lor vSlmaii .il>.
Mr. Marr is the owner of lhc
"Andy" mineral claim, lituated
mi l'ayne mountain, near Sail*
iloii, upon which considerable
development work haa been 'lone
lt is his intention to either
bond the claim to pallia who
will develop il, or to remain
hiinsell and sink a shall, lollowing the lead down lo depth Ile
will probably bc gOM about live
month*.
r
HI
Fraser k McNah wen tin   m
cessllll   tenderers   lor   the   uill-
ti.ot lor installing a beating
plant in the horticultural hall
The work will be proieedeil mill
at onu-
A pmblk melting ol -ai. pay-
irs will l„* Inbl in tin* I'.n Illon,
Kiplanadi. on Mondaj m nl .tin-
17th Inst., at ilghl o'ckxl p in
Hitsiiu-ss tii determine *hi tint
a vole bv Way ol I'M.* icitfc
sin.nld In taken mi the question
iii Sutiilai l.asel.all playing in
North Vancouver.    Ratepayers
1.nh will Ih- admitted
full Iflll-V1 Of  SlllloilN
I .lll.OUN   S' »lis
Rolled 0«i t s
Flour
Hai) and Feed
Cm, thill's   lljllii   I l.iki >    thi
latest   1'tfakl.ist   I ! I iv   ,1
im kaii;i     151 	
ALL ORDtlt*
n l 11 > t r t it
iheBrackman Ker
Milling Co.
I WM
l.i 11s1l.1l,   A', mi,.
at Fetri  Landing
Main   Mill In II. loi ai  i<i
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MAY&BURNS
REAL  ESTATE  ASI>
FINANCIAL AGENTS
Double corner Uini ami <'hesterliehl avenue; price
|3000ouh
Lota 1,3 iiiiiI 8, bloek 29, D.I,. 27:1: price IS600
Cash |1400 ami lerniH
To n-iil 2 houses: 2 roorai ench; 2nd slreet went; $6
DM iiioiilli i-acli
t^V**»»^>^l^^^^«^**^l^^^aM^^-^l^*^^^^-^l^^>V<
WEST HALF 787
Thii i* bv far .imi awav tlic Imsl huy on the mar-
ii present 100x189 f.-t-t.ai 1235. TKKM.s—fash
$35; i.aliiiii-i-. $3fi quarterly, iii por oast intereit.
For a M'-w these lotaoan'l ba beat, Why IS loot lot»
are telling ilongside tt mom prion, N<»t i"> minutes
from l...ii' lab-iv« i a   i Ivor 100 por oont profit here.
Only afi-w lull left.
ALEXANDER SMITH, Real Estate Agent
lelrphom 2^
P. O. Bnx 50
Home Made
BREAD
J»ki"., I'll.ln. C„nl,
Rr.l  MMHlall
IIiiIrliinirs iiiiii Haii
|H Lonsdale  Avenm-
Lonsdale Avenue
i Acres ■! car ti'rninui  $4,000
Mix 130, cli'iiivil. mar Ifith 8tW0l   1.000
f3&0caih, li.'ilancc 1,2 ami I! yean
NYE STREET
183 i 133, parti} il*:ii"l      ' 900
Ti nu- ovei two years
Jack  Loutet
l      iii. tveotw, (betwett snd snd jfd Stmts), Til-aphone A89. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Just al present, a great deal
ol interest locally, centres in the
dominion Lord's Day acl, and
many ol our readers will appreciate au opportunity to read us
salient clauses.
The prohibitions ol the act
read as lollows:
It shall not bc lawful for anv
person on thc Lord's Doj, except as provided herein, or in
any provincial act or law now
or hereafter in lorce, a- sell or
olb-i for sale or purchase, any
goods, chattels, or other personal property, or uny aal est ale,
or to carry on or transact any
business of his ordinal y fulling,
or in connection with such lulling, or for gain to do, or cm-
ploy any other person to do, on
that day, any work, business, or
labour.
Except in cases ol enierfrniy,
it shall not be lawful lor an_\
person to require any einiiloyec
engaged in any work o! receiving, transmitting, ot lelivering
telegraph or telephone messages
or in the work oi any industrial
process, or in connexion witn
transportation, to do on ilie.
Lord's Day thc usual work ot
his ordinary calling, unless sudi
employee is allowed dm ing tin-
next six days of such week,
twenty-lour consecutive hours
without labour.
This section shall not apply
to any employee engaged in the
work ol any industrial proiess
in which the regular day's labour ol such employee is not ol
more than eight hours' duration
It shall not bc lawful for any
person, on thc Lord's Day, except as provided in any provincial act or law now or hereafter
in lorce, to engage in any publii
game or eontcst for gain, or for
any print or reward, or to be
present thereat, or to provide,
engage in, or be present at anv
performance or publii meeting,
elsewhere than in a chureh, at
which any lee is charged, directly or indirectly, either lor admission to such performance or
meeting, or to any place within
which the same is provided, or
lor any service or privilege
thereat.
When anv peril intuitu c at
which an admission lee or any
other lee is so charged is provided in any building or plan-
to which persons are conveyed
lor hire by the propriuors or
managers ol such performance,
or by any one acting as their
agent or under their control,Uncharge (or such conveyance shall
lie deemed ah indirect payment
of such Ice within thc meaning
oi this section.
It shall nol be lawlul for any
person on the Lord's Day, except as provided by any provincial act or law now oi hereafter
in force, lo run,conduct, or convey by any mode ol conveyance
any excursion on which passengers are conveyed for hire, and
having (or its principal or only
object the carriage on thai day
ol such passengers for amusement or pleasure, and passengers so conveyed shall not be
deemed to ibe travellers within
the meaning ol this act.
It shall not be lawlul for anv
person to advertise in any manner whatsoever any performance
or other thing prohibited by
this set.
lt Mull not bc lawlul lor any
person to advertise in Canada
in any manner whatsoever any
performance or other thing
which if given or done in Canada would be a violation of this
act.
It shall nol be lawlul for anv
person on thc Lord's Day to
shoot with or use any gun, rifle
or other similar engine, cither
lor gain, or in such a manner nr
in such places as to disturb other person! in attendance at public worahip or in thc observance
of that day.
It shall not he lawful lor any
person to bring into Canada for
sale or distribution, or to sell
or distribute within Canada, on
the Lord's Day, any foreign
newspaper or publication classified ai a newspaper.
Then appear certain Been
t^ons Irom the above prohibitions, as follows:
Notwithstanding anything
herein contained, any person
may on the Lord'* Day do any
work of necessity or mercy, and
Ior greater certainty, but not so
as to restrict thc ordinary
meaning ui the expression 'work
of necessity or mercy,' it is
hereby declared that il shall be
deemed to Include the following
classes of work:—
Any necessary or customary
work in connection with divine
worship;
Work ior the relief of sickness
or sullering, including the sale
of drugs, medicines and surgical
appliances by retail;
Receiving, transmitting,   or
deliveriug   telegraph   or    telephone messages;
Starling or maintaining lires,
making repairs to lurnaces ud
repuirs in cases ol emergency,
and doing any other work .when
such lires, repairs or work are
essential to any industry or industrial process of such a continuous na tin ii that it cannot
be stopped without serious injury to such industry, or its
product, or to thc plant or property used in such process;
Starting or maintaining (ires,
and ventilating, pumping out
and inspecting mines, when ati\
such work is essential to the
protection of property, life or
health;
Any work without the doing
of which on the Lord's Day, electric current, light heat, cold
air, water or gas cannot be
continuously supplied lor lawlul purposes;
The conveying of travellers
and work incidental thereto;
Thc continuance to their des
tinution ol trains and vessels in
transit when the Lord's Day begins, and work incidental thereto;
Loading and unloading merchandise, at intermediate points
on or from passenger boats or
passenger trains;
Keeping railway tracks dear
ol snow or ice, making repairs
in cases of emergency, or lining
any other work of a like inci
dental character necessary to
keep the lines and tracks open
mt the Lord's Day;
Work before six o'clock in lhe
forenoon and after eight o'clock
in thn alternoon ol yard crews
in handling cars in railway
yards;
Loading, unloading and operating any ocean-going vessel
which otherwise would be unduly delayed after her schcdulci!
liiiie ol sailing, or any vessel
which otherwise would be in imminent danger ol being slopped
by the closing ol navigation; or
loading or unloading belore seven o'clock in the morning or alter eight o'clock iu the afternoon any grain, coal or ore carrying vessel alter the fifteenth
ol September;
Thc caring lor milk, cheese,
and live animals, and the unloading ol and caring lor perishable products and live animals
arriving al any poinl during tin-
Lord's Day;
The operation ol any toll or
drawbridge, or any lerry or
boat authori/.cd by competent
authority to carry passengers
on the Lord's Day;
The luring ol horses and i.linages or small boats for the
personal use ol the hirer or his
family lor any purpose nut prohibited bv this act;
Any tlliavold,ible work allel
six o'clock in the alletiiooti ol
the Lord's Day, in the preparation   ol   the   regular    Miiwl.ii
Morning edition n a dailj newi
paper;
The conveying His Majestyjs
mails and work incidental thin
to;
Tlif delivery ol milk lot do
im-slic use, aiid the work of domestic servants and waUhnieii;
The operation by any Canadian WCtrk street railway
company, whose line is inti-r-
provincial or international, ol
its cars, for passenger traffic, mi
thc Lord's Day, on any line or
branch which is, on the day ol
the coming into lorce ol this
act), regularly so operated;
Work done by any person in
the public service ol His Miijcs
ty while acting therein under
anv regulation or direction ol
anv department of the government;
Any unavoidable work In lish
eriiion after six o'clock in the
afternoon of the Lord's Day, in
the taking ol fish;
All operations connected with
themaking oi maple syrup in
the maple grove;
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No dealer ian sell this electric flat iron at J4.50 and
make a prolit—nor can we. We are determined, however, to quickly dispose ol the limited number in stock.
You will not be able to bny an electric iron AT THIS
LOW PRICE after these few are disposed of. $2 cash
and the balance on your electric light bill will secure
one.
Apph to branch store, Granville Mansions,   or  to
show room, 4%s Carrall itreet, Vancouver.
11 C   KLECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY LIMITED,
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A 1 n|
205
Wanted
porinnilv m tender on any bttUding you may be contemplx-
iacenctiaf.     IT WILL PAY YOU.
CAMPBELL £> MILLER
,onsdnl<j Ave. .North Vancouver
Any unavoidable work on the
Lord's Day to save property in
cases   of   emergency,   or   where
such property is in Imminent
danger ol destruction or serious
injury;
Any work which the board ol
railway coiiiinissioiicrs lor Canada, having regard to ihe object of this act, and wilh the
object of preventing undue delay, deems necessary to permit
in connection with the Ireighl
trallic of any railway.
Clause lf> states:
Anv Individual who rfoUta
the act is liable to a bite ol not
less lhan one dollar, nor iiime
than forty dollar.,; any imploy-
er who ,iiitlion/cs a violation,
to a line of not move lhan one
hundred, nor less hut twenty
dollars; any corporation which
violate! the act, to a line 01 not
more than two hundred doll us
nor less than lilly dollars.
Clause 17 stales.
No action or prosecution lor
a violation of litis acl sha'i be
commenced wil limit the leave ol
the attorney general (ot ll.e pro-
vnue III which the olklicc is alleged to have la-en cominitled,
nor after the oxpiralion 01 si.uv
days from the tune ol the commission of lhe alleged ollence.
Water Motor for Sale
Offers are  wanted for  a
powerful Water Motor ano *i
certain   amount  of i)ipin,T.
Same may lie inspected r.
tlie office of—
THK EXPRESS
A Coupon
Given
Away
With Every 49-lb. Sack
ol Koj.il Standard l-'lour entitles the holder to ,1 chance cun
month to win ,• costly my piue china dinner set. The winning
numbers arc announced every month. II you hold one of the
lucky numbers, send it to us, and the diiinei set will be forwarded to you.
k' number there is no belter flour than loyal Standard.
It a thc highest product of Canada's milling nnlustrv. loyal
Standard is made from carefully selected haul wheat of the
very (iues>t quality.
Royal Standard is the West's most perfect (lour
Manufactured bv
VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO., Ltd.
vsncouvib,   oc.
I
t 0 IJ
I      NORTH VANCOUVER
a Milt*, hn. CHUm I Butler, M.A
••'.••:*•:••'*•*•
SET I ING EGGS FOR SALE
Tlii>ri»i«lii.r.i| Wl.ili- Wvinili.lt..:
■II tn.ir.ia.!,*.* . |'J per ."tiini/., i
It•***■* ! ■ ■  ll."*.'llll|i Hen.
The   Model   Poultry  Yards
W. C  KlsKNMAN, PROP.
Cur. Mth A Jiiiim An-., N. Vanmnver
BnaHert ani*) day bojrt ra- J
lShot on moderate incltiaive J
lernie. The arhnnl will re-open T
i.n Monday, Jin. llth.  iv* 5.
A in'ii.,' -cholarah'-i will I.f * I* I
tend tl Ruler lorroropelitinn .--
b--'  -Vdere. -fr
N.V. Fish Market
STR. ST.
I.F.AVF.S
VANCOUVER
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•"HIS flMK TABI.K SUB.IKCT To CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICK
All kin-ia of Freeh Kith delivered daili-
Smoked t'i.li 11 "pei-iaUy.
Poultry, Kck. nml \PReUlil-n.
Our mm il In pinup mir iiiatnineri M
m */,«.!. anil prii'ei.
Cor. Lonsdale Ave. & 8th street
Phone R4
X GOOD BUY
We run .HI v.n fnr » fi>w dam l.ntu 1
Ami 2, RM 115, l> I. 174, double cor* j
at na K'Uli lliwl mnl St, Geor|«'t
in* hrttJOO ILinmi-ai-h, halinif 6,1
Uud II ni'aiitli" Sin..' nl llii-acornf" i. 1
100 a lOOU, Thi. propertv in onlv mm -
I',-.-! tr.,-,1 \ irtoria Park ami command.
a Hu*, rim     ttt .-an deliver tha |ondi
Ml dn lint lif.itate.
H. ft. BLMSLRY fr CO.,
-.ill Lnn.'lnla Avo.
$TONIY6Co
PAINTERS 1
I»K(JORATORS
SIGN WRITERS
Wallpaper*,   Paints,    Varniil.es,
etc., etc., etc.
117 Lonidale Avenue
X North Vancouver Company
Wlnt    Ollt    *itOt raainpftiiiK cotnpaniai  in Vamouver
" ",*,    VU '    and -ecu-M thn order (or all tha hardware to
he uaed io the clMltai ol  Ka-t  Vmirmivi-r
Haifhta in tha Citv of Vanronvi-r; an order
ainniiiitint to nver (Innn.tm.
We are tbe People Who Did It!
Why?
R.ui^ai-ijtc,   nur pricea and our |{noda are ri(lit.    Wa havt to
V\ tOMSC   ..m,ke f0,K)" to |1|1(i „,,!,„ |ju thi, „.,,„,, ,.„ni.
neiitinn ia ut ita k>*. n,*-i Our expan.ea are low*
We pay caah fnr, ur ■/""da We htiv judicinu.ly.
We give you Ihe benefit. Tliia ia hut one nf a
a-nodmanv ea.ea t» lien- we have entered adjacent
i'.«ide  and ruptured l.ijr   Ini.iiieae becauae WE
wii.i. not be 1 nroihaoi d
tlet our prieei -wi- nave ynu money.
NOKTH UMNO. HARDWARE IW.M. Ltd.
104 Lsi,lanade Next lo Post Office Phone No. 88
iAM^Mr^r>r^A^rWlM.*.<^T^r^l<^-*-^Mi
-WMMMM
Bruce 6
Dodd*
groceries
boots and shoes
cents' fUrNisHiNgs
Stock now well assorted in
all spnni; Inn'-,
HKill-lllSS UMBO
For ( I     Pmnilv Trmle.
Void ir.i.le --nlli tl. 'I
IB 11
Follow the kiddies on Sutut-
day, to Hnitutiltnral j-ardens
Follow nur advice even* >.d ■
and go to the Wesl Knd '.*.c
lor groceries.
In hnth rases vnii git lull v
ue lor your MM)
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.,
DENTIN rS   8PECIALTIE8
T. HUTCHISON
I'or. Keith and lHth St. Phone »2
Builders and
Contractor*
Loni
Jale Avenue and Sth St
Phoue 41.
P. LARSON is   prepared t
supply
Lime, Brick,
&and, Cement
And oil kinds <>l lluildinf:
Matcriul in t-tiantitie*s to suit
ami at reaeonabla prices.
—Al'I'I.Y—
I HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVEB
TELtl'lIONt .No. :,
i
A. R. WXKltl, D.D.S.
For   High   ClaaH
Dental   Work >j»
407 Ha.it.ng* Strei* W«t, Vaneourer
Hours Q am. to 8 p ir
Phone 322q
i
i
I
«claaa E.aoulor, Truataa, Llqulajtor  Raoalvara and  Aaalgnaaa
Court Bon,', la-wad
4°'
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INTEREST
I'aid   on   depn.,|»   ,*oni|ioiiii,l*id
(nur tl .ii. .< ..i.lrljr.
Paaa  Bo ka  laau.d
5°,
f. I IIARNA',n Chairman
HON F.'CARTlJR-COIIr *, Chairman ol Kiecnlite
K.J. P. OlHSiiS, Manatror l.G. WAW WilOHT, Swralary
llraiifille M»uiioni Block, rn iar Kolmm nnd Granville
IM) fc-ieOI Phone,Wl
Saletv Deposit Boxes In Wen'   Mlety Deposit Boxes tn Kant TUfc EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, fi. C.
THK EXPRESS
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SMUliK.iiiM'Ai.i a MORDEN
ril'll'IIIIT'iRS
RttMor Bimcui-noi i
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United si.it,- imd Forilgn,|l.lSOperye»i
AbVr.KTISINi,   BATES
Tunum Diirui   konninnini
Id , antl 1**' ini b Mch in-i-rlinn*
|,,,i»,k v 'ini*. I- ii.-|l.ik)|ier nnl* i-i
mi'iilli.
I,ami, -jn r,M>'*a Nun. »  Slldaya. Ill
In .Ihi., V 'an
l.n.ti AiivMTiiiMi—Pint innertion, 10
rent! DM Iini . Ml b lubnqOWl IMM
tH'ii. M, |'.r line.
KuniM'. Notll H II  1"' il* Bl*l I "'
mn- lu centi parlina.Mch ImMtion
OMTBMl   Ai'V-kkii-ikmi*sis    Km.-   II
rufld •<"-..rduiK lo ipaen taken,
AlleliaiiKesiiiiniitrintKilvertiaeiiieiil'-
must  I..- iii Iln- bindiol th.* primer In
\l,*< In,--.Ja*. i*i,iiiiinti"iiMiri. piihln-aiini.
in il„> Mil IWM,
Nokiii Vami.ima. Mu 14. ' ,  ,
Till-; S1NDAV ISSUE
Bnsda} le ilu holy day ol the
Christian ihunli. li is the
honored Sabbath oi the Chrlsl
un nationi aad ,is neb ii .h-
cepted uud observed 111 llu dp"
minion oi Canada, This is not
tu iay thai Canadian citizens
arc an absolute mnl with refer-
oods tu tins matter, bui ratlin
to maintain, that iln icntiment
iu lavor ui the observance ol
baadaj as Uu S>jbbulh, is sn
OVCrwnelmiB|, as lu place llu
mailer beyuuil all pelailvilliu.i,
so lar as Canada is concerted.
While, built by publu seiiu-
lncllt and slalulul) cllactliuul,
blUlda) is llius established .is
llie   Cauadlaii   .Sabbath,   lt   is
nevertheless evident in practki,
that verj  Hide divergence! ol
1 *plii 1**11 i.\lsl as lu the Ulaiiiiii
iu iihuh tin- da) may bc properly observed. The tcailung oi
the   KVeral    blanches    ill   llu-
cliiisii.in church bersell, is uui
uuiiuni) in tins regard, aim it
is therefore iu be anticipated
ilui disparities ol opinion ami
ul practice will develop in us
observance, b) the people .11
large,    ll is unluriunate that a
spun oi mii.lciaiui su Irtqvent-
1) marki ilu attitude ol diller-
ni-i camps un ilns question, to.
Hard each other, This is iiu-
in--1 -, regretlabli because it is
pari mil. iiii   .mul)   and dcsii
abb that lilts issue shuuld be
discussed 111 a laliu, dlspassioll-
atc manner, and ihat all nar-
luiiiitss ur iiuiit.il heal   slluulil
be studiously avoided. Recog
nking iln i.m Hi,a inn- the
BXlrUlliltl ul the utic suil .il
lowed iu .ini.iii ilnn- mil, tin-
Sabbath would be made unheal
abl) .lusiiie,.nul that ii extrem-
lsli ol Uu oppositi order were
tu control its observance, the
da) iiiiiiiii l.iuiiiH hu I" an tin-
..in degrei latutoiy enaci
mini art provided, in which
iln  '.uu.il.i.   .1*.in,iiui   ul   iln
ihl}        1  ,      'll   ,l;;il,i'lil,       QU       I'l'aa.a   1
llUes.
In n.i   1 in.. iln Sabbath is
.1 11 ligious inililulion, 1 sai red
.l.n ,imi iti   in. 1   ignificani
would requiri thai il hi obw r\
iai as mii     Beyond Un ranki
ui th"-*'  «lii regard thi  Sal*-
bath in ilns lieiii, the daj has
greal   hosts ol   Iriends,    erho
while nni  primarily concerned
mill 11 * 11 ligiou  n.aiiiH, in hi
iinb-,:, regard the institution .is
nn,ilu.il.li   i"   tin    individual
.lll'l li. mi' let).
Hy sinli, tin Sabbath Li recog
nixed *is resting upon 1 wund
ami iin.iss.nl.il.li biological be
sis. Science has demonstrated
iimt ih. energising lorcei ol iln
lium.hi bod) .in si. nicely ml
jui ted Ni,it .1 cessation Iron
ordinary laboi tor one d i]   la
•     I* , ,1 alih'.liis the eiplllll)
num,  restores normal  condi
lions within tht' body, and prepares 111,111 lor thc six days ol
,iimi. Similarly, Irom a soci-
ilogical viewpoint, the Sabbath
is recognised aa noting ■ beneficial influence upon public Boris, ss engendering a dean and
holesome public scntinient, as
greatl) promoting the observ*
iiice ui law and order, and as
bringing to Inal a salutary and
ievaling influence upon all
those relationship! which man
sustains with his fellows.   liven
as a commercial asset, ■ well
kepi, oiiiiih Sabbath, ls I'lTOg-
iii/i,l  .1 . ..I  iiimiiiise   value   lo
.ni)' community, especially in a
countr) niinii is characterised
1.) a In ilthy lone, relative to
lhe da).
l-'oi   these   aud   many   other
reasons which might be cited, it
must   In   assumed   lhat   ever)
communit] is Canada is ia fee
vol ol a Sabbath properly safeguarded ami protected Irom any
encroachments, such as would
retard the purposes u) lhe day,
or impair lhc value ul the institution.; thai iu harmony with
this sturdy Canadian scinum-ut,
ihe citizens ul Ninth Vancouver
are opposed to undue laxness in
Sabballi obscl \ attCI, lllespccttu
ni .ni) particular lorm in winch
11 in.1) appear; ihat they are
nut desirous ul attracting such
notoriety aa would accrue lium
singularity iu this regard, as
ompared with thc rank and nh
J Canadian cuinnnnntics; and
lhat it is lhe boundm dun ol
those vested with tlic ncvess.it)
powers iu sec ihat this position
is susiaiutd.
EDITORIAL COMMENT
Tin  suggestion contained   in
ilu letter Irom an esteemed cor-
icspunihul, vi huh appears in
,uiu 1 lm column, relative   10   a
possible amendment to the nm-
nuip,iliius acl, is timely and
valuable, il practicable. It
Would appeal evident lhat   thu
provincial government has the
power io coaler upon iim cor-
porationi certain legislative points 10 the matter ut Sunday
observance, bom the lact that
llio.-,, uiiis 111 ihe province,
vi huh afe incorporated under
pedal charter, claim and excr-
lse lliis right. While it ls
doubtless dllhcult   lo  Irallic   a
law suih as tin- municipalities
act, uli general lilies, suih as
Mill e.v.ntl) answer the neeris 0
each civic curporation which
111,1 v appl) loi a charter, and
while it is probably in the inter*
ists oi good government that
certain privileges should be bestowed upon suih 10rpor.ittons
onlv as the lesult ol speiial legislation, 11 is nevertheless dilh-
cult to lutiieivi aii) guod reasons vih) ilu matn-i oi Sunday
legiilulion   should   not   lie   en-
tiiistui lo all civil corporations
within certain fixed limits. A
common baiii ol Sabbath hgi-*
Iation being laid down i"i Um
, nui. dominion bv a Inderal act
11 would .1pp1.1t lo be quite m
'.uiu thai any communit] thai
ihsms won advanced legislation upon Ihis question, shullld
i.a 1 mpowered to 1 aact the same
.md to eiiloiu ll within ihe ror-
porate bounds. By tins means
,1 local option content would be
introduced into this issue,wlm It
al   present   is  eiitinlv   alisi-nl
Each Individual community is
mm represented in the dominion
housi nnl ,mv law passed hy
parliament must be admitted to
in paaeed by the people them-
si in ■ .onl undi t ' onstitutional
government, to apply impartial
ly to all the people ami to ever)
communit], Irrcspei tlet ol local
sentiment, The suggestion in
tin- letter relerred to, inighl ef-
In 1 an Improvement in the in.liter ol Sunday observance based
on the prevailing sentiment in
iub unt cities.
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The Newest Shapes irimmi-d
to lovely effects and at prices
that place them within the reach
of the moderate purse.
Rendy-to-wear
Goods
Blouses, Hosiery, etc., .u.
in large variety; the latest modes
and at right prices.
NORTH VANCOUVER BUYERS
should examine our offerings
Moore's
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Helnz's Sweet
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appetisers.
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groceries at right prices.
C.R.HICKMAN
Looadale Ave and 8th it
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Clothing thnl cnnniil lie eipi.iled bl style "I Li''*"
iiiiii neatness ol lit, besides being Irom JO per CSSBl
to 30 per crnt eheapti than olher ibilhing of the
saino quality.
Boys' suits    b** "!'
Men's suits     from f»o to Htffl
We take great pleisurr in show nig vou through
whether you buv 01 not.
CUMMINGS
Gent's Clothing, Furnishings, Men's,   Ladies', and
(Tui ii, ,\ Hoots ami Strata
NEXT to BURNS' HEAT MARKET
BUILDERS
HARDWARE I
V Wr have just received our entire season's supply direct from
* the nianiifartiirers and we tordially invite yon to look it
Of over. We are in a position to supply yon with anything
J in this line from thc very cheapest to the most expensive
* and our customers can easily choose what best suits their
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Also a few In.i.le Int*. J'-'im racb,  Ij caih, balance A, 12 and IK
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Tlai* |.r,,|„*rty will double in value in a lew nn.iilli..
ONE-HALF ACRE BLOCKS
Near to New Lynn Valley Car Line
$250 each, $50 down and $25 every-3 months.
C. E. LAWSON
Keal Kstatf- Specialist      t.S t IHIlisle Ave       Phone 70
C II A \I/9C PIONEER DRY GOODS,
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WE CARRY THC
Largest and Be*st Assorted Stock
IN THE CITY
Ami spi 1 iall}* call attention to the lollowing:
White quilts to clear,    titso
SlieelinR, lhe belt lor     25c.
Pillow cotton, circular     Jje.
I-       ...uiiis, all wool, Irotn      50c. vd.
I ,.n 1 *■ Iron i yd**, lot    05c.
Embroideries (ran     ojc.
Printi >' -"th 15c. at —    10c. yd.
\ninui   .it CitJ prii Sl and lower.
Sec mir mi   Nf all,* ( ase lor 5c.
|i,,,la,iv a ia,nim,mg nei Itlaces, itinls. (ol)S, btnachel,
pins, bm 1,1'*** hatpiss, -Sic, al a great reduction as wc ire
clcarini; OUl llii-* di-partment.
Our Men's lnrnishinq   rtepnrlmi-nl i< very complete
•nd i.m pricei cannol be lower THE  EXPRESS, NORTfi VANCOUVER, B. C.
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for Sale at First Cost
The lew remaining lot.-* la block ja, i>. i, 550, on 1 ith, 15th
Itreet and Kidgwav nvenue, being mie block west ol Olicclisbut l
park.
Inside lots J5011 In fjaj e.uh.     Coiners |6oo each.
Size oi inside lots JO bv 15b leet each. Cornets hu by l.So
leet each.
These lols are particularly well situated, i.slh street being
alreadv chafed nnd graded to its Illll width, and lots ul similar si/.e in that vicinity now selling lor S7011 to Srioo each.
The lots above mentioned arc genuine snaps.
For Sale
In tending pwihaaeta of choice acreage west oi ihe Capilano
or in any other part iii the IJisirict will prolit greatly In IOO-
suiting our large and ix'iiisiii list before ncgoiitliiig i'or purchase elsewhere.
This buing the .'oiiiiu year ol our establishment in business
in Nortli Vancouver we ,uc tlioioughly posted as to the various
properties that mav be ollered (or sale and their values.
We are the sales agents lur a number ol estates in North
Vancouver citv and district and have a very good list ot pro
perties for sale at prices which were prevailing in 1907 and n-oN
during the period ol financial depression, and as we arc now apparently on the eve ol a period of great prosperity we musulcr
the present time verv opportune for investors to make a selct-
tion of North Vancoiiver property before the greater period ol
activity sets in.
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Well situated citv lots, blocks and acreage, and well sitii.it-
itl close in acreage in the district, particularly west of the Cap
ilano, and within one mile of lhe waterfront. Wc have .1 large
list of clients, ami special facilities for negotiating sales where
the prices arc right. We advertise your property without coal
to you if you give us the sole agency for a reasonable period
of time. Our past records demonstrate our successful DUthodi
in negotiating sales, aud we propose greatly extended operations and a large expenditure along strictly modern lines ol advertising.
Wc have representatives in several advantageous parts in
Canada, United Stales and Great Britain.
It will pay you to list with us for quick sale il you have any
property to offer.
ESTATES  MANAGED
Non-resident owners ol property in North Vancouver who
are unable to give personal supervision to the management ol
their estates are requested to correspond with us, being the oldest duly incorporated Company wilh its headquarters in Nortli
Vancouver, and being financially responsible in eviry rcspcil,
wc can give the Ibest assurances possible that business will be
conducted along lines as accurately and surely as any banking
establishment throughout the country.
FOR RENT
We have a good list oi milages and houses lor rent in choice
localities in the city of North Vancouver, and shall be pleased
to show any of them to intending settlers.
Builders ol houses in North Vancouver will tlo well to look
over our list oi choice lots and blocks suitable for building purposes.
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.I). ti/oti, under the Companies'Act 1897 and Amending Acti, with chief plice ol business in North Vincouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C., Telephone 15
BASEBALL
Vancouver
North Vancouver's
GREAT BOULEVARD
vs
Tacoma
Recreation Park,
North Vancouver
nrvuwi
MONDAY, MAY 24
4 |).m.
Breadth   is   lhe   distinctive isidential situation—thev are nil ,vei will become ,t great city and
port.     History tapaata itadl
ami careful consideration will
probably convince that prices
imu ..I.I,unable in Vancouver
will Liter rule in the lilul city
amiss the Inlet.
merit and leading feature of i
boulevard. Nortli Vancouver'*,
boulevard is somewhat longer
than the Avenue ol the Champs
Klysees, and the Bois de Boulogne, but is a lew leet narrower.
Ratepayers!
Attend the Meeting in Larson's Pavilion on
Monday, May 17th, and demand the right to
mind your own business!
THE GKANI) BOULEVARD
IS THUS THU THIRD AVENUE OF Tlliv WORLDS
CITIES and in a lew vents will
In- generally known as lhc widest in thc western hemisphere.
It is at present   about ijji
yards long, 346 leet wide, and,
with its supporting park, comprises 45'; acres.
PRESENT STAGE OF DE-
VEUW'MENT-The; boulevard
1 in itiell virtually ,1 p.irk) is
cleared, levelled, divided mlu
iwelity-four sections ainl plant
id with shrubs. The iitv is
now extending lis water system
iluiig both stile-*    Application
'lis been made tu the city C0UI1-
ill (or lenient sidewalks, ami
the clcilrn i,ns now tun lull-
hourly the whole length ul the
I'uulevaril, Mxtv yards from the
residence building line, cnnui-ii-
tng with arrivals and departures
I all ferries. The lirst nst*
eiicc Ironting on the boiiliianl
will U* begun within thitlv ilavs
Prices ol cleared lots fronting
nn thr boulevard:
Insidt lots, }|{t. bv 140ft. or
lyilt., each llOOO,    Double 1.. 1
ners, (two lots) lo4lt. bv   1 |ull
of iy>Il. together Sj.S'io. Terms
Hue-third vash, balatue nine alld
'Igllleen  inuliths.      Interest   oil
* ih tred instalments b pet cent.
EXCELLENCIES OF BITtJ-
ATION-Lel un, think ul all
the deaiderata ol an eicelleal re
late: Southward slope, elevation, open space, view alld nir.
The ideal here is tlie real.
Whereas the general plllilu has
the use ol the boulevard when
visiting it, residents ol the boulevard have alvvavs its situation
view and air.
VALVE—Compan tin prices
wilh those ul nihil I'i'.piilv At
presenl boulevard lots cost a
mere fraction ol lirst rate Kil-
silano lots, and ten lots can be
liought on the bonlm-aid lot lhe
price ol one good lot ne.u Stan-
Icy park. Let the sigmln.ince
of this be loiisnlered. It cannot continue long Situation
on the third lesiihiilial avenue
of Ule world is a distinction.
Location ut) lhe lim-sl resideti
tial avenue oi uin-'s men continent is a prominent and notable
piisttiun regarded Irnin a parri)
iiiuiieiary point nl view it 1 * ..
sound commercial aaaet. Wi
believe vi 1 \ high ptius will be
paid lot these luls 111 tin lulin.
Present pines ate tnelelv Introductory.     Other resident 1    lnls
in North Vaacoavei an idling
iit lilly per nnt dura l&aa this
instalment uf I.011I1 v.ml luts  is
ollered at.     Twctilv  fOOtt   agn
good residence lols in Valium
ver   Were   purihasalile   at   less
than ntic-tiicnticth at tin n pn-
sent idling price,   Twititv veils
ago I I.XXNi    VanmilM I '■*   i  si ss
ment vaiiiatii.it   was  less   than
one-twentieth ui its prcaeal as
sessed value.    Win 11 North Van
1 Oliver's   piisllluli   "ll    Iln    iH'Sl
harbor in Canada 1* .Inli weigh
id, when its great thoTvl.Bi
taken into waMcraUon, whin
the tininber ol r.nli..a.Is haad
ing for Burrard Inlet is tiim Hi
lurid, tin- onlv reaaonahle view
seems tu be that Norlh Valtcou-
\l Illii pin ill isets ale nol obliged to build, all hits (nulling
on the boulevard are sold on
i..minimi llial for twiiilv veils
nothing but result ims each of
1*4000 lllltillllUlll lost can Inbuilt thereon. This safeguards
against laundries, stuns, or
other siniiiuics depreciating tlie
avenue. The cause ol tit pru 1.1-
lioii thus being preventnl, and
the outstanding advantages of
the linlili vard being known, lhe
di suability ol the avenue will
be prisirii.l. with the natiiial.
and It wi.ulil seelll tlllavuldal.li,
result thai the demand lor ils
frontage must send the propert)
to large premiums.
Otllel lots 111 llli salile blotks,
intli tm building ni nihil n
Hull'.lis, e.uh S"ll Willi* bv
157ft, deep, $700 to Sm.ki per
lot, aui.r.ltng to position; tutus
as above.
These luls in mar tin 1-nnli
vani  nnl ptrtakl ol Ita advantages, and have .1 lorrcspoiiditig
position tn Nnrth Vaacoavei ta
tilt pusiliuii of lots Ileal Sl.in
It v park in Vain uuvcr.
North Vancouver is 111 ii,
1,nh stage and its property is
procurable .it talcs ruling during llli  nil.1111 v  nl iltlcs     Values
grow up in the west with tin-
growth u| lilies, and inuiiev invested ill a fOVM cilv Which
progresses mav In expo inl lo
double more rapidly than tin-
papulation,
from tin*
Plans, price lists and other information inn lu* h,n
North Vancouver Land #3» Improvement Co. Ltd. Lty.
Mahon, HiTarland fr Mahon, Ltd., Official 4^rnt»
CORSER PENDER ASD SEYMOUR STREETS, VANCOUVER, ll. C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
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fceeve UcNaught presided and
Councillors Gordon, Westover,
Uaal.M.ii ,uiai Davison were pn
Kni .ii iln' regular session ol
ilu* district council, on Fridaj
evening last.
Uoved bv Councilloi Robson,
led bi Councilloi Davison
,.,111a.I unanimousl*   that
the council ol  the districi    ol
Sorth Vancouver, having heard
ul the  .11*1.1.11 death ol A    H
Uaiiii.i,   ...  N.«   Vestuilnster,
ib, venerabli and highly eateein
,.,,,! ii.*ii  Richard  Mi
Dridi - ■ ~~ |.»ovince,
,1, sn, rcspectlullj lo tendei to
Pn,i,i,i McBride an expression
u| theii vtt) ilneen iympath>
with him and his tainil) in theii
bereavement, and request the
ilerk "i the council to comma-
nicati *i copj ol this resolution
ia, thi Hob, Premier.
Letters acknowledging receipt
ol resolution ol council with respect to .i board ol harbor coni
missioners were read Irom Hon
Wilfred Laurier, Hon. W, Tern
pieman, the minister oi marine
and fisherii i, R. 1. Bordea aw.
Ralph SiniUi. Received and
filed.
District i bil. Philip reported
tlt.it In had received Irom Geo,
II. Cowan -I P . ■' copj ol the
acts creating a harbor trust lot
the porl ..I Montreal.
Th, provincial secretary wroti
to tin .lint thai the government will transfei the option ol
purchase on districi loti V-
.md 857, iri'in iln districi coun
cil to the is* C. El. R) Co lol
park purposi Receipt to bi
,n knowledged.
the clerk re-ported baring n
ceived an invitation for ilu
reeve and council, Irom the dty
council ol Vancouver, i" attend
the annual inspection ol the
Seymour waterworks system,on
Saturday, .nnl having accepted
on behall ol the council, after
conferring with Individual members    Clerk's action endorsed
The iliil reported that arrangements fan the presence ol
the premier and colleagues st
the opening ol the Seyinotu
a ii 1 k bridge, were not as \it
Iniallv completed, bul thai 1
meeting ol iin- executive council
ol ih. government would be held
mi Tu, (day, when ilu mattei
would i.. , *n tidi 1. .1 and arrang
ed and Ihi council advised accordingly .
\ lettei was read inun tin
mv .bil. directing the atten
tion "i thi council lo the condition "i iln road to tin ci ineli ry .imi taking 1b.1t il bi pl.11
..I in g I  Hpair,     Clerk  i"
reply thai Un mattei   la no*
under lain 1 <l.i iiinn
lames Radii wrote, ofiering
i., pnrchast  Un  north one-hall
aa|     |)        I,        * '      * ■     ]a,   I      .HU*    "11
irrm** i Krk 1.. reply thai iln
distrii 1 hai ii" Imd lor sale
, ph was directed to
Thomas Uathews,to Cl.Smith
..ml ia, Percy Webster, .ill "i
uh.aiii wrote ofiering to pur
, lu e land in >'i'" n m parts "i
A c, p. rr) local manager -*i
iln B C I'.I Ry. I-.. wrote,
advising ...tniiil lhat bis "'in
I pared to begin   cot
'1..11 work i" extend 'Inn
1 nu Irom  iln   pii ini  Hn
I, iiiiiiiii-*, ,1 distal) 1
■. half mil. I,   i"
iln  nul ..1 tin  Pipeline road,
nn   Valley
■ * lean tbe right-
,,| v . ,   .    **,*    to    ■
adopted by  ihi council,    Tin 1
111,iiti I   w.r. I.ilil met   .ilui    '"li
• 1.1, i '*.   irgi depute
■ ion   til   I.  111   V.lb \   H* 1. lml-;
pi    vili..   urged   'In*
i a,um il ti) 1 1   il Ol" *  w il II
ng    li w.is cotisiil* 1. I
l,v villi.  1 n 1 lb) 1    ..( 1 In  COUIIl il
llial tin work should lie done on
local improvement plan, h
was 1 ointed oul th it this would
lm ,111 -;li il  del.1'     tl  i  ill .1     .i'lll. . ompany wa ■ pri
i.uili. .11 1 ompliani' a Ilh
ib, agr - iinni ni ilu* a aai,in il by
1,   ,1*111*11   iln   rouncil   should
■ aal     With     ill,      V, I'll
1 ngim. 1 estimated ilu- cosl
Mn a 1, .,1 uiL. ,.i *; ,**   nn 11
ib,* , ngim 11 w.r- instrui li
mil
1,. in l.v Mondi ih
l||    ,||||   I  I      l|   W|    al,       |,
al     III     glla
I    llllll       II       I,
Km   ijiguiMi to report,  Wm,
Bailey wrote, to the efieel tlmt
., syndicate had bought the Irwin ranch, Capilano, and requested lh.it Keith rond lie improved, to give ready  SCCCM to
tin* property, as it was intended tn subdivide the same. Chrk
to reply that Keith toad wall be
kept passable,
A E, Waghorne wrote, again
urging ilu- construction of a
road t" ins property; clerk to
reply that a bylaw is now lieing prepared to expropriate a
iai.ni allowance,
Councillor l-!"ii-*"ii lure moved, seconded by Councillor Da-
vison lhat the dislriel council
ai North Vancouver municipality, deeply deplore ihat professional baseball has been Introduced in the dty ol North V.m-
eouveT "ii lhe Lord's Dav, as
wc consider thai ihis is verv detrimental to the besl interests
i| ibis municipality, and  lhat
vie heartily  endorse the  aetinll
the polite commissioneri oi
iin* utv, 111 tin- matter.    The
liia.ii.ui earriid unanimously
A id.hi ol subdivision ol D.L.
63 vv.is approved.
Plan    ol    subdivision   ol    lhe
west half alld one of the   east
half of D, L. R15 was approved
1*- amended.
I'l,m ot subdivision of lot m,
ii l* ->iiS7 was approved.
I'l.111 1.1 n subdivision of pari
oi I). L. I087 was approved.
Accounts a-- (nlb.ves were   Of-
dered paid; Finance committee,
total Sm2.58; board of works,
total Sirs'. -;
Engineer Cameron reported
that ibe iinik authorised on lis-
si v street, vvill be commenced
..u Monday. The engineer fur-
ilnr reported thai the contractor for lhe approaches to Seymour Ctvek bridge was makim-
,1 claim l"i eleven linndred vards
"I gravel placed upon the road,
Imt that full extras had already
been allowed on ihis eonlr.nl,,
.uid he 1 the engineer) eniild nol
a a nm   .my further money   due
the contractor.   The contnctoi
to be notified ih.it council nm-
riders him fully paid
The engineer also recommended that the contractors on Coleman and Church roads be called
npon i" complete their contract
according to specification. Ke-
eoiiiiiieiiil.iiinn adopted
The clerk submitted I draft nl
iiii highwavs regulations inlaw
w llii h was laid over for further
consideration,
Tin waterworks committee
w.is instructed to arrange a
hi. 1 ting with the eitv iv.iter-
worki committee on Thursday
1 veiling, tu miller with regard
to water connai lions lor certain
residents of Lvnn Valley,
On motion Engineer Cameroa
was granted .1 holiday lor one
week.
DEFENCE OF KMI'IRK
The lollowing is ,1 draft of
lhe resolution with respect to
ilu building up of ,111 adequate
. 11 in\ and navy lurcc in the dominion, which will be debated
,it the general meeting oi the
! '.I trad| "ii Tuesdav next:
When.is then ls I growing
iotivntii.il thai the supreiii.nv
ol the Hritish nation as ,, aaval
power is threatened, and we lulu vi- thai ihis supremacy is
necessary lo maintain the in-
iignty o| the empiri and the
wi 11 l.i mg ol llritisli coiiiintini-
lies and colonies;
And win iii*- that siiprelii.il v
van   only   be   111,illlt.lined  bv   ,i
continued and thorough prepai
1 ilms-. oi th, empire as a whole
[01   .li defence both on  land
,  and  it   is  ,1   inussitlv
lh ' Canada bi prepared to tin
hi :   pal'   ll   trouble arises,    iiiid
in particular that there be hm
1   lllealls ol  sell   ib li-lnc    oll
■in Pacific coaatj
And winii.i-. tin* fint step lo
preparedness is to have plenty
of nun thoroughly trained hou
ini military and naval service,
.nnl suih training van he im-
; '"I .it .1 comparatively small
t aa 1 vi iiiinui so seriously tntier
tupt illg the business 1 iin- . ,,|
..in  voung men as vioiild hf 111
vaahui in ,mv lorm ..( conn rip
tion, ..nd iln* it,lining would he
beneficial to tbe voung men
iln ms. Ki*,, physically .md mof-
allv;
Ami whereas lhe commonwealth "i Australia has already
taken steps in tin direction of
11.lining Iim 1 Hi/ins and prepai ing lm ' 111 defence;
Therefore '"• It 11 wlvnd   hy
this board of trade to respeet-
ftillv urge the federal government to take such measures as
re Beetlesry to greatly enlarge
the militia enrolments throughout Canada and provide for
swift mobilization at any   en-
uigered point, and also to enroll volunteer! for naval service
at all the important ports to
he trained and drilled there on
board warships provided [or the
purpose, equipped with modern
airinotir and ready for active
serviie on eail,   and   that    the
federal government should ask
the imperial government tn sell
to them or temporarily plan- al
their disposal suitably equipped
ips ol modern type,
Mr. Denis St.  Dennis of Slo-
eaii city, has Instructed his local
representatives, May ft Hunts,
to have his lots at tlie turner ol
2nd street iind Sl. George's ave
cleared, preparatory to the erection thereon, of two houses for
rental purposes.
.1. W. BALMAIN
CIVIL   KNCHNKKH
Cjnsntity Knrvevi.r and Arr-hitert
NORTH  VANCOUVER.
1 Oil
3rd street, cor  Lonsdale ave
BLACKSM1THING
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
ETC., ETC.
Tool Sharpening 1 specialty
District of Will Vancouvrr
Tenders for Clearing
TENI'ERS are invin-d by the Cosaeil
i.*r tht work nf eh.I.inn uud burning
purl of l.rnn Valley Rond, ennfnrii, n.
•prcirli-aiioni which may lm liml nl llif
liiitriot Mnnii-ipal OnVi-. Tender- lo
In- in hr 7 .10 pan nn Monday I'll   nil
AI.KX tiiu.ir,
CM C.
A. J. HOOD
50 I   ..,,aaaa,,la* All.
EXPERT WATCHMAKER.
JEWELLER,  ETC.
WatoliM  and  Clorka  I'li-sted  snd
Rcpairi-d al irmdenati- price.,
fill work |ii.r*iii!>*.
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
nonniTTin IT
THE MISSES DAWSON
Certificated Surgical, Medical and
Maternity Nunti
NWIM Suit Out on Ap-tfoitlM
For trrmti applr  at  llu Hospital
Cor l&tli Street A St. Andrew'. Ave.
PHONE   ci
I. O. O. F.
The Lonsdale
ICE CREAM PARLOR
tMlKllnmr,, I rail, ItM". <>d liaj.r.
Stturdflij Special
FRESH STRAWBERRIIS
ROBINSONS
M l.nnadale Ave
Norlh Vancouver Lodge, No.
«, meets every Thursday enn
ing, corner Lonsdale avenue and
First street, at 8 o'clock. Visit
ing brethren cordially invited to
attend. A. L* Clements, SA',..
Thos. S. Nye, Uec.-see.; J, II.
Pilling, Fin.-sec.
H.inkin  & Harding
DECORATORS    PAINTERS
PAPERHANGERS
GRAPHS t* MARBLERS
North Vancouver,   -   B.l,
I'.'mi store   '"'. UttOdO tm
l), 1*  ■ ai. Sl. ca'ft ...... .*,. Storr
HENRYS
'Garden Tools
Spraying Material
Bee Supplies -
Iruil mnl UriimiH'iiliil
Trees
1 iTpnm-CHtHloftuc Free
M J. HENRY, vancouvei. B.C1
NURSERIES
P3HNCE RUPtRI, B.C.
A great city is springing into being in British
Columbia,   it is Prince Rupert—the city ot destiny.
Prince Ruport is the terminus oi Uu Grand
Trunk Pacific—Um emporium o( Northern Hritish
Columbia, Alaska and the Yukon—the centre of the
great fishing industry of the north—and destined to
he mu- ol the great commercial and industrial centres ul population on the continent,
Between won and -vino lots will be ollered for
sale by publii auction in Vancouver, B. C, Hay
13th to jiitli. Terms:—one-quarter cash; balance
one, two and three years at na pn cent, interact,
Titles are absolutely indefeasible, which means that
all itiles are guaranteed bj the Hritish Columbia
GoVI inilielll.
No city in the nuking ever presented to thc
world greater possibilities than Prints Rupert.
Whai s.ui Francisco is to California- what Portland is in Oregon- what Seattle is to Washington—
and what Vancouver is 10 Southern B, C, Prince
Ruper\ will  be to  the glial  developing region of
lhe Nortli.
For maps and lurther particulars, write
L. D RAND,
Agent for Government and Railwav,
VANCOUVER. H* C.
ARRANGEMENT8 FOR  1909
May 19—Dance
May 14—Public dance
duly 3—Flower show
Sept 17—Exhibition, promenadi
concert in evtning.
Sept.  18—Exhibition, dance   111
evening.
Oct. 13—Dance
Dec. 1—Dance
1910
Jan     —Poultry show
Date of lectures will be published as arrangements ate
made.
ALEXANDER & MACNAGHTEN
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Agents for
B. ('. Permanent loan ami Saving* fo.
Phneni*. lire Insuranie (a., of london, Ing.
I in 1 iiunl & london & (,I.iln- Insurance in.
Ihe Sun lile Assurance Co., of lanada.
Pioneer
Bakery __
S. H. Walker,  •   Proprietor
Presh Bread dail) deliven .1
11 all parts "I tin- 1 its
1(1 loaves lor 111
4 lor Ij cents.
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
HIGH GRADBCAKH
PASTRY, BTC
PIONEER BAKERY
i-iiom s      71 Lonsdali A 1
Phone 37
Artistic Designs Sound Workmanship
Moderate Prices
LAW A KNOWLES
P.O. Box 2G
A.BCHITECT8   AM)   Hlll.DKKS
Wo Can Design and We Can Build
Hoard (if Trade
North Vancouver Board 01
Trnde meets thc thud Tuesday
.1 each month, ai s o'clock p.
111., in the bonrd room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesdav of eaih month D. 0.
Dick, President ; J. t\. J. Mur-
i.iv. Secretary.
FOR SALE
In the Circle of
your Acquaintances
Pure White Wvsndottes fnim firat
pri-a hirii«. Eggs Inr hitching IJIHI
per setting l'liirk,-iu. 1'ulleU in.l
r... kerfls lor sslc. Also my pen of
cira*-«ler*.
Silver Spsnglwl lUmlnirgs $:'00 r*?r
Mttiaf,
W. HOLDSWORTH
Our, Mlh Si. .ihal Kelun liri.veliy Keith
Ro».l Csr,   Norlli Vnnromer.
COAL
COAL
NEW WELLINGTON Cosl
Hirei-t from the miiif.
Plsce Tour orders now i*»l
secure your ninler'smppli
l.srge •hipmenli uill »rriv,*
in n lorn Hits. Prices rlfhl
Urge supply tt «'iin|i
tlwtfs on h»nd    .   .
P. LARSON
Hole! North Vancouver
Telephone Nn »,
there mny In- tnanv enpagi .1
anil married people. It is a
hundred to one their enjtagi*-
ment, or wwMing, rinii ti -
boughl here, bfcauae Inn- it
where the greateel variety "'
High Class Jewelh-rv ■■
shown, mi'i where onu wti,
alwayi rely upon geMinj;
good vi lue for your money,
Wc have a fine line
of Rol*d ad silver
watches, brooches
chains, etc.. and precious stones
GRASSIE & CO.
318 Cambie Street
$5 a Month for
50x \ M ft- Lot
,S|»Ui)iliil >ir«
-Well Situated
-Close In
In fact good in ivnv u.i\
These lots, whu It .ire .il>*-o
lutely the ihe.i|iest and Iiest
ever put on the market, nre
in the west end of Noi th
Vancouver .mil on n (jentlc
southerly slope oveilnnkin-;
iln* Inlet .in.l St.inlev park.
Wc don't want ymi to t*~
on our word alone, let us
lake ymi lo see thelll, and
vou vvill then lullv apptlCJ
ate the bargain we ate ofler-
infj. t% blocks Irom proposed rarline. S2.S 'l"«n
and Sis '-verv three iiii.ntlis
Price MjO l'1('1 SiMial
blocks already sold and will
I,.   Innil   utt   this   summer.
Inkster £» Ward
Phone 4*
I 219 tootdsle Ave     Norlh Vincouver
ATTENTION
Builders & Contractors
Lumber will never be cheaper.   Get in on the ground
Hoor.   Build now
5rwei»ltv—Our  own Kiln-
ilrieH  rionring miai  fidisli
Ronti foncouier onice. 59 ions cue: pnaoe at
Mill -l.ynn Creek, B.C.
Diplock Wright
Lumber Co.
I7ih Street, North Vancouver
Pmm M
I
Dinu'iii'ioii Lumber
Bhiplap
Rustic
Bhinflee
Lath
Piniahin| Lumber
etc , etc.
•ur prioaaare right.   Let un
u'ivi- you a figure on your
Lumbar Bill
110 MB li HI
NORTH VANCOUVER THE EXPRESS, NORtH VANCOtTVlR, R. &
The summary report of the
geological survey for 1908, just
to hand, contains an interesting
item with reference to thc exploration by the minister of
mines, ol a large natural cave
recently discovered near Ains-
worth, 11. C., as (ollows:
A day was spent at Ainsworth exploring the Ainsworth
cave, with Mr. W. H. Boyd,
Mr. Hlaku Wilson, ol Nelson,
and Mr. D. B. Kane, of Kaslo.
The cave is situated about four
miles back ol Ainsworth at an
elevation of 2850 feet above it.
The opening leading into the
cave, about 15 feet wide, is surrounded by brush, and is therefore ratjier difficult, to locate,
lor there is nothing in the neighboring topography to suggest
its presence. The decent is
down a slope of loose boulders
into a room about 20 feel wide
and 120 feet long, from which is
a decent lu the underground
stream which is responsible Ior
the formation of the cave. Almost at the point the stream is
encountered it drops into a pothole twelve leet deep. To follow it down-stream entailed a
welting, so that it was decided
to first explore the up-streaiii
portion ol the cave. In general
it is narrow and canyon-like, in
fact it is an underground canyon, but it opens into several
rooms a little .smaller than that
lirst entered. At one or two
points it is constricted into a
narrow, low tunnel, but in geti-
eral it remains lofty even il
narrow. Stratified gravels are
found, es|H-cially near the upper
end, .sometimes to a height ol
lllteeli or twenty leel above the
stream lied, and occasionally Idling the canyon to the rool, except where excavated by the
stream. At the head the cave
is filled with boulders, some
three leet in diameter, mostly
ol granite, and these extend up
a lissure which evidently communicates with the surlace, as
a draught of fresh air could he
lelt, and mud and sticks washed
in Irom the surface were found
.iiiion-* lhe boulders.
The stream Hows norlli**, aril
and follows fractures and joint
planes, northerly and transverse
giving il ,1 step-like course.
Where it lurns in ils course a
tributary opening usually ex-
lends some distance back (rom
the main channel. Narrow
o|H.-nings 'ue "raises" branch
oil from a chamber occasional!1.
and in one place at least, then-
is a second channel above the
present one. connected by raises
like levels in a mine.
The country rock is a beauli-
lully banded crystalline limestone, in which narrow bands ol
black, blue, gray, white, ami
yellow alternate. In places
these show line folding. This
underground canyon has been
excavated by the stream
through erosion and solution,
along the fractures and parting
planes ol lite rock. Fantastic
(onus result Irom the unequal
coira.sion, such as pendant ribbons from thc rool. These,with
the stalactites alld staUgimtrs,
the i.ili-* and basins of travertine, the banded wall rock, and
the aisle-like canyon render the
cave a ilieatitilul spol, anil one
well worth a visit. The Iniest
eflecls from the deposilion ol
lime 1 at Inmate irom the infiltrating waters are found in lhe
narrow tributary chambers. The
air was everywhere fresh. The
end ol the upper portion of the
canyon is about 900 (i-i-t south
ol the mouth, hut the winding
ol the stream makes the aitual
distance travelled about 200 leet
larther. All our time was taken in the upper portion ol the
canyon so that the exploration
ol the lower portion hail to be
dek-rred. Unless thc stream
soon emerges to the surface this
portion of thc cave is likelv to
bc more impressive than the upper, as the chambers are growing larger down stream.
tion are wholly within the railway belt granted in 18SS by _f
province to the dominion,to aid
thc construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway. This
decision is far-reaching and effects the right of the province
to grant water records along t Inline of thc C.P.R., and possibly
other railways, thus depriving
the province of a source of revenue which already amounts to
thousands of dollars per annum,
and which in course of time
would assume very large proportions. Thc contention ol
the province wa.s that it enjoyed the same rights with relerence lo water records, whether
within or without tiie railway
belt. The case will doubtless
be carried to thc privy council.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
1-AR   REACHING   DECISION
Thc decision ol Mr. Justin
Casscls in Ottawa, given this
week, annuls the application ol
the Burraid Power Company lor
25000 inches ol water Irom Lillooet lake and river, on the
ground that the waters in qties-
WINNIPEG CENTENARY
Winnipeg has conceived the
brilliant idea ol holding a Canadian exposition in that city, in
1912, ostensibly iu commemoration of thc one hundredth anniversary oi the- arrival of Lord
Selkirk's settlers, on the banks
of the Red river. It is proposed to make of the exposition a
grand display of thc products
and resources of Canada from
ocean to ocean. One delegation
has been sent east and one
west from Winnipeg, to awaken
enthusiasm and to .secure cooperation. The western delegation arrived in Vancouver this
week aud met with signal success. The exposition will be
open between June 1st and Oct.
1st, 1912.
BOARD OK TRADE
The resolution adopted by the
Imard of trade, with rispccl lo
a wharl for car ferry and other
purposes, and forwarded lo lhc
citv council, reads as follows:
That this board of trade recommend the city council to consider the advisability ol constructing a suitable wharf, at one of
the street ends; such wharf lo
accommodate ferry barges and
such other boats, etc., as may
be deemed advisable, prov tiled
that the necessary arrangements
can be made with the C.P.R.,
aiid the B. C. El. Ry. Co., as
to the operation ol height car
barges and electric railwav
freight ears, in connection wilh
such wharl.
LYNN   VALLEY
A public nice*nig alld social
entertainment was held by lhe
l.ynn Valley institute, 111 thu
Institute hail, Wednesday evening. The attendance was large
and the proceedings were marked bv encouraging enthusiasm
Various Man oi advancing the
work ol the Institute were ills
cussed, duel among which was
the formation of clubs for out
door sports. The Institute
baseball, lootball and olher
clubs will probably be heard
from in lhe nol distant luture.
During lite evening, lhe lollowing programme was rendered
Chairman's address, J.T.Ik*
Naught; secretary's report, A.
Buckley; song, Mrs. Allan; recitation, Kathleen Neat; song, .1.
Neat; speech, J M. Duval; recitation, Mrs. Allan; song, Miss
Neat; recitation, Mary Thompson; speech, T. Nelson, rciil.i
tion, Mrs. Allan, song. V N.in,
song 0, Neat; song, Miss Nr.it,
song, Mrs.Allan; song, A Buik-
ley. Then- was also an enrollment ol members.
W.C.T.U. NOTES
Some idea ol the work being
carried on by the dominion geological survey in British Columbia, may be gathered from the
lollowing summary ol the parties which were in the field during the year 1908, together with
the special work in which they
were engaged: Geology of the
coast from Kingcoine Inlei, t
Dean Channel, party in char„.
of R. P. 1). Graham; Bulkley
Valley and vicinity, party in
charge ol W, tt. teach; northern
portion ol Texada Island, party
in charge of R. G. McConnell;
topographical work oil Texada
Island, engineer in charge, t,
II.McLaren; explorations on the
south eastern portion of Vancouver Island,engineer in charge
Charles II. Clapp; Osoyoos and
Similkameen, engineer, Charles
Camsell; Phoenix camp and Slo-
can district, engineer, Osmond
lv Li-Roy; topographical work
at Phoenix, engineer, W.lI.Bovd
ATENTS
Wc solicit the buiorM of Manufacturer!,
Knginrrra and othcri who IMUm the ivMithil-
i.y of harinj Iheir Pit«t bueinris tranaicted
hy lltptrU, rrelMtmryidvicefrtat. Charge*
-nodrrtti Ov bvMtor'l Advlaera?nt upon i i -
B'Wit Marion ft Marlon, Reg'd., New YorU Life
r.l'1- Mm-fT'iil - tod Wiahlnt toa DC   IJ**
General Contractors
K.tiiiintei* niven Inr contract work of
all descriptions.
Ollnraor ilrninn cxinvat,*,!.
I.hiiiI rlr;irv,|.
11 mil ndi laid mil (or lawn or Harden
CONTRACT OK
DAY WOKK
EASTMAN & CASSIDY
1'.O. Noktii Vanciuvm
\|i|ii.-;iiiiiii fur liijiior l.iri-iisc
NOTICE ia kerebf ijiven that SO dayi
.iltiT dai*. I purpose applying to the
iluar.l ol Lmtuiug Oniniiioinner-, for a
retail liquor liii-iiM* for the premises
known aa tin* Canyon View lintel, .iluii,-.I on Lola 1 anil I, Block 2, in nub*
lin.i'.n i*l r.1 acre- ol District Lot SKI,
.lr,.ii|.oni-, Vancouver Diatrict.
PKTK LARSON.
Ilati-d at North Vancouver,
Mav Mh, 1D0H.
MARTINSON* CO.
Huikling
Contractors
I'lan.    and   Specilicslioiia   Prepared.
Whan thinking of building lat ua give
an ultimata.
HORNE BLOCK,    LONSDALE  AVK
Or T 0 am it. Nartk VaaMu.tr.
PALACE
HOTEL
Rates :
Iti.00   per   and   np.
Special rales to [am
ilns and   to  regnhir
hoarders	
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Second Si am,
Mill III   UNCOUVER, B. C.
VANCOUVER BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN 4 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
City Aeditors
North Vancouvei
Ji6 Peader etreet
GROCERS
CHEAPSIDK GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
l.i.-iintps and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
MUSIC
DENTISTS
KENDALL,  SEWELL & CO
Chartered Accouataati aad
Auditors
Vi-.c,iiT.r, B. C.
Victoria, B. C.
Seattle, Wa.h. *M HASTINGS ST. WEST,
Phoai i»ij       P.O. Drawer 765! VANCOUV I i
DR. W. F. WRIGHT
DENTIST
Successor to Dr. Dalhv
ARCHITECTS
.*l;i|ilifaliini fm- l.iijimr l.ir 1-11 vt-
I IlKRI-.IY OIVK NOTICK that it ia
no inti'iilloii to apph loth,' l'„ari! of
l.ici-iiainit ' 'iiiiiiiiiaHnni'ia for the [lil*
iri.i Municipality »I N.rih Vancouver,
Urili-ih ('iiiiiiiii.ia. at their next regular
nipetinir ufipr IM ,xniration nf thirty
,lava from   th.-alaii,   hr ml, far a lintel
Liri-B-e to 1,•run* ft laM rrrctrd upon
lead of which I am 11 w iht, ailualp
in Lvnn V.illey in th* .aid Diatrict
M11111 c-11■ h111 \. Im'Hiu Lot oi„< 111, in Rlofk
nn,-on. (ti), Mil,-.liii.i..ii oi Diatrict
I...I two Hi.aii-,in,I and eighty-aavan
IMT), uroiii> oni* I), New Weaiininnter
Di-irnt
Dated llu. eighth day of May, llall).
HARRY II11I.I.AND.
Witne*-   J. Worlli.
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Uud ClfHriiiK. Mump and Rock
UlaUlniK. Kxtra .are near houae.
All daiioat!, - mad** (ood.
KMI'l. HYMKNT      AC1BNCY
anil fat.   W-Hat of 1 *..»«,l   I*
r 11 Baa 1,
For Coot and Shoe Repairing
and (iisiom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., npp. City Hall
North Vancoaver
Transfer
1111 iv r jACkM*.
P.a+rl.l.r
The district W.C.T.!'. ueeti
iti lhe lirst Haptisl chunh, V.nt
couver, on May I7tih. The provincial convention is to In- held
in the Mt. Pleasant church, on
June 14, 15, and 16. On Sunday, dune 13th, a grand rally
in thc Opera house. The best
music and speakers have lieen
engaged (or the occasion. All
arc invited.
Al the C. Iv meeting in lhc
Preshvterian church lliis week,
tllc topic "The Interpreter's
House," in the Pilgrim's Progress series, received thoughtful
and helpful expounding by Mr.
Garrow Next week's Rtbjetf
is "Al The Cross," to be dealt
bv Mr. Knowlrs, the president
nl the society. Master Robcrl
Nelson will be in the chair.
CartagCi Removals,
Paretl Delivery,
Storage
ON       la-rCA*. INAHI.B     TIRMa
IIIICl.  10RCDILE MM. IUI mil
Telephone 70.        Night Calls 13.
E.STANLEY MITTON.M.I.C.A
ARCHITECT
hit) Hastings Street Weat,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AUCTIONEERS
A. M. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
163 Cordova itreet weet
ia tht oaly anctioneer who will
pay spot caah before the »al« ia
conducted
■AMiaTCftS
McCrossan & harper
barristers, solicitor*-*,
notaries, etc.
li-.M Imperial Block
Cor. Peader and Seymour Sti.
PO. Drawer 1116     Phoai 1444
F. C. SAUNDERS	
Barrieter, Solicitor, Notary
Public Member of the ban
ol British Columbia and Quebec. Room 9 Empire Build-
—l, 6°3 Hastingi it. west
Vaacoater, HI'     Phone 4166
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Peader Street
Phone 996
S D. SchulU        C. S. Arnold
BATHS
kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sts.
60   YIAFte1
EXPMIBNCI
Antral. ..nillTii a at.tr), >n* taaanama tm
■1 aan , ar optniAQ fraa waataar aa
.. ,_,**-<i*>.i*if Mawi-a*.!*.-
Ilon..,rlotlr
llt-fclr «'•*..'. in -ar ,<|,lnma rrta .
ln?.nlr,n i«|,r.,l,at.if PfaWilalrla^Ci
llnn.-lrloClr,*'...".!" iiu. UlNoltKHt *
janl Itr*. CHalMI ..,*■■- r.ir ax-nni
Pra.iita tU*Q Ct*r*'ii.li Putin I
ajavtai rutin, * nli. aui 1 '■«.. In Ua
The only up-to-date aad reliable hath home in British Columbia*
We cure where others fnil.
Satisfaction guaranteed or aa
pay. Plaia baths, electric bath.,
shower baths, massage for body, scalp and lace; electro therapeutic baths s specialty.
JOS, KALLETHE, PROP ,
Oradaate of Berlin, Germany
Phont 978
0RUOGIST8
+       RED CKOSS
DRUG STORE
A.J.GORDON,  MD.
53 Cordova Street,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Prescription Specialist
Phoai ii.3)
UYtING AND CLSANINli
The oaly place in B. C. where
work is done entirely lo tua-
tomer'a satistaction.
PERTH STEAM DYKING i,
CLEANING WORKS. A. lnglu
Proprietor. Phone 75b. Club
ratu a ipecialty. 563 Seymour.
tMr-LUYMtNl AGtNCY
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms j and 4 Elks' Hall, Cor.
Kobaou aad Granville  Streets.
All Instrument*.      Phone 2530
PROF. GEO. COWAN, Expert
Uachei ol Violin, Mandoliu,
banjo, Autolurp, Zither, will
give twenty private lessons
loi t,. l'urtlier inloruialion
al Cowan's up-to-date Musi*:
blore, bob Westminster ave.
Phone 4--.J
M. f. UA1TT fcCO., LTD.
558 Graaville Street
Pianos - Talking Machines —
Music Goods
The oldest music house in B. C.
HEAL bSTATE
keep )our eye on
EAST   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
r ui particulars apply to
MUKDEN 4 THORN'iON
Phoue 615      440 Homer btreet
lorksliire duiiraulce k
limn. EtfUUttl MKK1 IfteeitlM ur|!uraUii LU.
Loggers,    Railroad    Men,    am;
Tradesmen   lurmshed   lice   to
Employers.
14 Powell street.      Cor.Carrall
Phone 2566
MAT WohKS
HARDMAN HAT WORKS
- PRACTICAL HATTERh
Hats   cleaned   and   blocked at
the sign of lhe Hat
4J0 ABBOT STREET
VANCOUVER, 11. C.
LAuita H«inurla.abiNC
MADAM HUMPHREYS
44u beymoui Street
REAL EbTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
IN VES'l MENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
1-1RE INSURANCE
R. Km lluuigate - - - Manager
nt'jl AUMANIb
Al.l.hN'S RESTAURANT
Lunch or Dinner 25c.
Short orders ut all hours
j7 Haitian Micct West,
VANCOUVKR, B. L.
Scalp trratinenl, lacial in.issage
aianicuring, ihanpooiaf, etc
Hairdressiug 111 latest sl)ies liy
colllpetelll  alll.st.v
Call and inspect llu Nl-;u UNE I   All Norlh  Vancouver   people
OK HAIR GOODS. | eat al
Pulls, braids and potnpadaHri,I    .   .,      x,  .   r>i*v-*tj
also   thc   latest    designs    in     iil!iUl\ AXVJJ O
combs and hart cits. 1-iliiet  Hack Block or Hast-
  iiijjs sticel, opposite   the   new
THE AI.KX A.MIR. \           Pott Ollice.      Leonard sells hia
589 Granville St              Ua by the pound.
Phone luoo   1 ;
uPriciAN-o
auaineas coihges
1 haaitKimalr Uli»'r.l.*il nwllr,
^lUlon 11'
CaaavU.il
all nawa.|,
_ ja mYaat arlfn'ilP Journal.   1am. lof
1 »ia.*l. t V» a Ita,,,. <i ua PM«l-l   SoM bt
ArtSSW
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
A\,b Hastings St. W.
Canal*'■ 0,.,..t Waalarr, Soheal
R  J. Sprott, B.A., - - Mansger
PIT14VS liMlllllF,S
S-firi1 1 he HijIirM Paid Povilisnn
——
Pitmaa's Bnsineas College,
byi 6*4 t\b Seymnnr Streei,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
w. LAWRENCE smith
Graduate Upiuiau
All work guaraiitei'il
Cunsuli.ilnm in.
49 Hastings street  west
Opp. Calllcraphoiie llicitte
IMtATPltla
' .UlhRAl'HONh   ItVUTP*
Mechanical    Opei.i,   Vaudevilli
and Diaiiu.i
1'iugi.iin chatigcil wu) Monday
Auy seal 111 lhe house loc.
3.^ ll.istings Ml eel ttest,
\ANv.uLVER, B. C.
PMOTOtlHAPHtHS
MAR'lEL'S   STUDIO
-PHOTOGRAPHEkb -
122 Hastings Street Weil,
VANtOUVi;R, H. C.
The best equipped studio on the
COMt. Phone 322K
WAI V,D*-1AKtM*»
l-.iiglish  practical watchmaker,
lvstablishcd 1889
PICTURE FRAMING
Specialty,   repairing
wooosoore,
U2 Carrall Street
READY MADE HOUSES
PICTURE FRAMING i"H BTANDARD HOUSE
We have the largest itock   ol BUILDING & CONTRACTING
mouldings in B.C lo selni Innn COMPAN V UNITED
so when you wnnl li.uniii^ ttoti t'sS Carrall Streei
cheap and well ^ci 0111   pricaa, The H. C. Mills
BAILEY BROS CO LTD, Timbei aad rraola| Co.*a
540 Granville and 13I i m tlova) r>f,u'«U<l Seaional Buildings. tHE express, North Vancouver, b. c.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Um-rUll-Mr  \V.ir|..w
Man noted   -A   Bftiltf,
l-a.lll.al-   Mr-, r. I. Half,
Groeoriei- Bruce & Doddt,
Harden i — J. M. Henry.
Prince Rupert- C. D. Rand,
For mile—:ir.l and Unibury,
btra Special  C, i. Lis-ion,
Public in,*.'tinj—('uv Council,
Milk |..r-:,l,- A. i:. I'ri.'kiiiay.
Cleared lota—Irwin 4 iiillin*-.*.
I.iajiiaar l.u-t-tiHe— Hurry Holland,
laOiiM.ali- uveiiii,- Int.—J  l.i.ntft
Coatracton   Eaitman -*. Cwidy.
Arrived   N V Home Flirnliheri.
bar*;.* 9U> It   -  * *    I' oneer"~i**r.-.
...v.i. ai at ai   Vancouver MillingCo.
BuUdlni la.iraiit.ir. ■■ Pah     Hi
Home-made brwul  Hutching! A Main
Tumi, ri I'.r clearing—Diitrict Council
Bm n--l!iirr,ir.l Bub ,v r r lan tor*
Ha-ila.-i plcnii * Bt, Andres l Bocit-t)
Qriad n w I lott-8. V Land A
Impro-r.rn.nl Co,
11) Ht tli Uli
Editor Express;
Sir,-The laic baaeball con
trovclsy has, 1 think, u.ihIu
sively cslalilisliul tWO points,
viz., that Siinda} baseball is
too great a v iolatum ol mn i
C.ili.uli.ill  and  British  stllse   ol
tlic "eternal fitness ol thing
to be tolerated at the beheat ol
i lew ipeculaton and American
(or Americanizedi spurts, whu
wish to exploit us tur their own
imaiuial benefit; ami thai the
existing machinery lot enforcing
the law, is altogsthei too com*
bersonie Ior un in caeca of
emergency,
The pnseiit leema, therefore.
It would probably be ultra
i ires loi the province or the city
tu authorize anything forfmlden
in thai act, but not eo to peo-
liilii L some oi the actions al-
iciih  ii,mini as olleiices by the
dominion, 11 something oi this
kind were done by the provincial
government, or by meant of city
bylaws authorized by the municipal clauses act, WC should be
able to salt-guard out da] ti
rest (and recreation) without invoking the dominion "blue"
law, and milium danger ill having the legislation disallowed. I
■peak with diffidence and subject
to correction, bat it iceme  to
me that sonic ail nni shuiild be
laken, and I nfler tile above stig-
*. ition in tlic hope thai vou, or
lomeoiu with more legal knowledge than I possess, may lie
able tO evolve a practicable plait
lot abating public nuisances,
without interfering with the liberty ol lhe subject,     I lllll, sir,
vours truly,
W. L, BOULT
Nl-.'tt  RESIDENT
tt. T. Ilium h.is purchased a
,*   reslilclilial    site    Ileal     Kulisoll
n    (luad,  Capilano,  ninl will   proceed al once with the erection
ul a dwelling.
1-'. I,. Johnaon n is completed
arrangements (or the urectton ol
a residence on loth street eaat
K. 11 Impel lias lit lhe coli-
li.iat    lur   building   a   muiii in
iii nst on his propert)  on  nth
street east.
II. Fogg will proceed at once
Nottingham Lace Curtains
And Madrasses
Nottingham lace curtains, :', vards, per pair ... JPjc
Nottinghaui lace curtains, .1 yards, per pair J 1.00
Nullinghum hue curtains, .V, yards, per pair $1.50
Nottingham lace curtains, ,V* yards, per pair J2.25
Nottingham lace curtains, ,V. vnnls, per pair 52.50
Nottingham lace curtains, V, vards, per pair Ia.85
These arc exceptionally good values, the higher
prices Hieing very line net.
27m cream Madras, per yard     20c
\biii cream Madras, per yard   Joe
44111 while Madras, per yard   35c
54111 white Madras, per yard      ,t,sc
.Ifon colored Madras, per vani   25c
ijin colored Madras, per vard   45c
.J. J. MCALEECE
KF.ITH BLOCK
I.OXSDAI.K AVENUE
PHONE 9}
Under Market Value
in D. L. 273
Lots 14 and 15, Block 8, Double Corner lor I1600
1-3 rash
Lots 19 and 20, Block 10, Double Corner for J1450
l-J cash.
Lota  21  and  22,  Block  12,   Filth  Street,  J1300
1-2 cash.
Lots 13 and 14, Block 13, Double Corner,   J1300
1-3 cash
Lots 19, 20, 21 and 22, Block 11, Fifth Street J750
each, 1-3 cash
Lots 20 and 21, Block 18, Fourth Street,   J1500
1-3 cssh.
These sre way below market prices snd will not go
begging very long.
S. GINTZBURGER
an opportune tunc to suggest an u,*h -j,e building ol ,1 resident
eflort in thc direction of legisla* ,,„ --j. s*.*,.,*i weat,
tiun lui'.nilei possible quick and    „,   *■ BvM| ,,1S
elletiive action toy tlu authori
i li.i ied one ol the residences now
in course ol construction   on
[19th street east and will occupy
the same as snull as completed.
Thesn transactions have been
t.iiuiiii led through the Intu ol
l.implicit ft Miller,
Mr. J, Mt Lean ul Vancouver,
lined, specifically   empowering is erecting a email boaae on Ma
lhe citv council tfl pass bylaws  propert] on I2th street west, in
practically amounting to 1 ven whiih he will take np his n-si-
miiih modified Sumlav obsen dace, pending the erection of ,1
ance act. permanent residence.
tns, whenever web action seem.'
necessarv ot .ulwsabli.
1 am nui will versed in the
conflicting intricacies ol domin
ion, provim ial and municipal
authority, but 1 venture to sng
gist ihat an amendment (eithei
spiiial or general 1 to iln* mum
up.il clauses acl might be pro
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS.     ETC, ETC.
BURRARD SVSH & DOOR FAC1 OHY, foot of St. George
IV» mlieit i trill l.iil on vniir nnler. until or lurfe.
THE NORTH VANCOUVRR SPECIALIST
165 Cordova Street, Vanoouver, B* C.
v. 0. box m.
*$'4®*lWSy*4H44}+$>*^
I     CALL AND SEE THE NEW
1    ASSORTMBNt OF
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!a. h steacy]
a'a A
vSilverware
Given
Away
Vomer lonidale Are iind Scond Street
Phones ifi , n.i Aft}
T 	
f PANCYJAND STAPLE GROCERIES
a|.   Local and Foreign lrints
X Fresh and Case K|tgs
Choice Creamery Battel always on hnnd
a> Lamp Goods, (il.iv ware
,!. Ciockervwire. Brushes,   Hroonn.  ele . etc   aja
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AS PREMIUMS rO CASH PURCHASERS AT
McM ILLAN'S
44m4®4JlH&4®4'$+! ♦ • ♦ '^O-iiyim^^^^ii^t^O^iOti^O^O
DR.  MORRISON
Dentist
Hour*.
.» n.in. t,, I p.m.
IMtona*
ill
Kelllt Mlocat,
Nora ll Vi..,a.-uii\-«r
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PERCY K1NT,
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EIENRY EVES 6 CO.
Thc GENUINE North Vancoaver Sbedalbfo
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SOME GOOD BUYS
BE-J
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LONSDALE AVENUE
Ui nt si,|,   t || ,,n.(| Hnd (Iratled, Price |780.00.   |8M cash, halancf in fi anil 12 months.
Nfll1 STREET
Fine lx» on Kifth Strnt ni-ar St. David's.   I'riee $70".   |S00, btlinoa in fi and 12 months,
KEITH   ROAD
I ins Lot nn Keith Road. Cleared mi'i Qraded.   $1000,  ISSOossh, hnlanco fi, 12 mnl IH months.
THIRD   STREET
fine Double Corner, 100x137, $1600   Quartsr cash, balanoa R, 12 and L8 months,
The BaC. Electric
Railwai)
has definiteli) announced that the
Car Line will be extended through
Lynn Valley this
year
WE HAVE X GOOD LIST
IN THIS LOCALITY
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NOTE ADDRESS 67 and 69 Lonsdale Ave.,        North Vancouver, Phone 6   jj

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