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NORTH VA.M'Ol'VhK, li. 0, FRIDAY, MARCH  M, 1909.
NUMBER 5
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AliliTiu.ui Al'. Ni'ish ami 1). G.
Dick .md .1. B,ilium Ker, numbers ul iln- recant delegation to
Ottawa, wete present at the session ol iln- city council Honda)
evening, (or the pnrjXMN ol pn
seining their official report aa
a delegation. Tbe report com*
prises two portions, lirst, * u*
with rcierciicc lo rallwav mailers, sigtu-d by all three delegates, and M'Uuiiil, llial arith reference io harbor improvement*
lit general, signed liy 1). G.Dick,
inasiiiucli as Messrs. AIcNiish
and Kit mrt engaged with iln
railway committee while iln
joint delegation was tiHT—-"g
harhor matters with the pre
ntier, Messrs. McNaught aad
Dick being deputed to attend
the latter interview. As ■Reeve
.McNaught had not vel returned,
it was not possible to secure lis
attendance on Alondav evening.
The reports were read liv I.
Hallutir Ker anil wire elini'l.il
ed at uiurvais, willi verbal
comment and explanation. Verbally .Mr. Ker referred to the
lact that the guverntiiunt is nol
in possession of it detailed map
ul Durrani Inlet, and suggested
that it would lie well lur   llie
eity to forward a lew copies,
with the request ihat tlm bt
(leposited with ihe appropriate
departments. He directed attention tu the eflurt lu sunn*
extensive public improvements,
on False creek and Evngliih bay
and feared that this nunc in
tiinatcd the cassation uf flluris
for tlic improvement of Buirard
Inlet, oilier than bv widening
the First Narrows, so far as
Vancouver citt is coueerued IK
inclined likewise to tht opinion
that there was not much bopt ol
seuiring material asststann
from lhe provincial government
for the Second Narrows budge.
IK* nggeated that rtroag repre-
sentations be made to tht tin
minion government, with respect tu assistance fur a 11,1 llu
bridge at .Second Narrow a Hi
was not al all sanguine of success, lint iiinsidered it the must
hopeful source.
The icpnrls as lead ale niven
verbatim as billows
IN THE HATTER OF THE
VANCOUVKR,     WKSTA1INS
oddreaaing ii. There were thus
si\in iiiimitis 111 which to mass
plea belore the committee, and
iu which iln- chairman ul rail-
it.us had to read the iiill by
paragraph) and  pat  same   to
vute. Ur, Ditk, being call* I In
the marine department, Missis
Mi Wish .md Ker were the onl)
two In  the committee room.
The iHurl was 111,uli* In |hOW in
ilu- Inlrodin toi j sentence! thai
„ -      . Nurth Vancouver  appealed   to
but your delegation Uu. ,l,lluuilu., _   ,v tor jlls.
can state thai  thev  pl.t-.i-il the1^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
matter unreservedl) befon   I Ln
the minister, Prol, odium and
Mr. AI,11 Millan ill Vancouver,
This was doabtleaa to lend mon
Impreaiive proportion! to tht
delegation,    A certain amount
ol conlideiiie is implied
meeting!.
sm li
minister of railways, and lhat
the minister oi railwayi laid we
could gel 1 hearing belore the
railway committee,     He  alsu
spoke  lavolabh   with  lild'cnu
to  the  views   ol   lhe   city   ol
Norlh Vancouver regarding 11
propriatiuii values.
Your delegation (eel it right
to state uhal tliey art is BO
wise responsible lor any suih
reports as were published in tin
Vancuuver 1'ioiiliu- mi tlu (id,
|th .nul ,stli ol M.irth reapectm
ly. Whence theae reporti ii
sued, your delegation havt m
knuwledge.    They weie imt   is
mad i>y the North  Vancouvei
(Icltigalion.
The minister ul 1.iliu,lis um
illlded   by  saving    thai     Nutlli
Vancouver un ought to have .1
chants, He requested us with-
nut ilel,iy to Interview Ralph
Smith, who was in charge ol tat
hill.
This Interview was arranged
promptly by Air. Cowan,to taki
place at ia.30, when wt immediately plated the lualli I lllll'i-
servetily before -Mr. Smith. Hi
lunsidered that the railwai
company might tu In* confronted
with these COaditfoM, ailil used
2 o'clock Ior a meeting between
himsell   antl   your   deli
with the presence ol tbe rai » "
.uiupaiiv's  reprciieit at ii
.McNeill.     Air. Cowan was ll*
unseat at ihis meeting. Air.
Cuw,ui wanted aa agreement hi
tween    Nurtli    Vancouver   ut-
and the railwai company m
serted in lull MO. 58, whiih i-
t|le   bill   for   exlelisiiin   nl   tll
Vancouver. Weatmimtcr tk Vu
kon Railway Compan) 'i Ibn uuh
lines, by which agreement tlu
railway company would engagi
tu ghn up |joo,ooo liniiiiiiiiiii
bridgi boaiui il the briil),'! ovei
iiu- Second Narrows wot not
completed by a urtaiii time,
This it was Ul would taki
lunsider.ible time and telegraph
notified ol any other bills   llial
mat iDiiif up luiiiii- parliament
iu connection with iln* v, \\. \
V. Railway Cumpaiiy.
Furthermore, youi delegation
has tu'report thai Air. Cmi.111,
being the rcpri-senlalive   ul   the'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^—.^,,,,
whole    electorate,    ol   which arrived ia this mv on Vadsee
North Vaiiiuiiver eily is a small! Jay and aie busy getting sill
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Wa S. Thompson sad (aaiil)
part, has duubtless bail news
expressed lu him by his const 11 ni nts at large, which were
nut altogether in barmoB) with
ih* news ui the majority ol tlu
delegation.   The principal Item
ul laiiancc was, that Ul .Oman
uinli 1 itood that the bridge was
by all means to be a joint railway and irallic bridge, whereas,
the ili-legation's position was
belore the railway authorities,
that there wa.s tu be a penalty
il iln ten miles, .winding the
bridge,    wire   not   completed
wiliuii two years.
Vottf delegation received great
attention and was slum 11 much
courtesy by Ralph Smith,' who
promised to tend to the mayoi
of the iiiy, six copies ul the V.
\V. I V. bill as amended, and
who at all times spared no
pains to further the delegation
in its interviews.
This concluded  the part   oi
new home on   1 (tli
TBI   I   Vl'KON   RAILWAY ie   cuiiiiiiiinuation,     and   Hr.
The delegation reached Ottawa Smith was positive iln* railwaj
at about b a.m. 011 the 2nd   QJ bill would not pass the railwaj
March, and called at lhe office cuiiiinitlee with stub ,ui agree
of  Chrysler,   Hethune  \   I.ar- ment in it.     Mr. Cow an   wai
mouth after business opened.   Il called out to llieet the Vain,.11
was, however, 1.30 p.m.   before ver dclegatnm with anothei di
they could Interview Hr. Heih
une, Mr. Chrysler being still absent in the west.     Air. Ilelhtinc
was comparatively unacquainted with the matter, and about
an huur was exhausted in explaining it lu him and Ncnriag
his agreement with the dclegs
titin's views. We tuld hint thai
we were instructed lu put this
matter before the minister ol
railwayi and the railwaj com-
mittee. He seemed duiibtlul
wbethel the railwai committee
woultl allow even uiie ul Us tu
address il,  and  when asked    tl
he could get this arrangement,
he gavs us iu understand in an
indefinite way that it might
possibly be arranged,
This not appealing verv   en-
iiiuiagiiig, wt Immediate!)   re
putted tO Air. Cowan, whu, ,i|-
thotigh  two-think of lhe deli
purtineiit of ihe government aai
your delegation arranged aril
Mr. McNeill tii.it. if ail -"in
pany wiiiiiii wm* approval there
of, the bill before parliament
should be amended bv Inserting
the lollowing section:
"Nothing herein i*oatained
shall be deemed lo extend iln
time BOW limited fur the con
strttitiun and lutitpl *'i 1 1
mam line ul railwat.  lUihori/-
ed by 1 Edward vii.,  \ "
This ivas wind I" V un.11 11
.ui.! approved ol lu * lion ol
the V   IT,  tV  V        ni'   un n'
tlmk the in-xt morning, It w.i*.
accordingly Inaerted Is ll c : ill
III  the  illlel 1 iew     just    ri I
lo, Mr. McNeill ila   „ lhat tin
plans   lodged   by    lhe   1 illv,  \
coinpanv    with    'In    dolliin	
government, b) n isu-t ol   thi
cili/ens' desire In;  joint  Itridjfl
tiie, and that, during the period
ui nnu construction ol the r.nl-
wa), development ol the harbor
was retarded, and customs revenue from its nurth side impossible tu the dominion government; thai program and re-
\e1111e ul the province were likewise retarded; that iadustpiei
and the ]uip'il.ition oi the city
ul (forth Vancouver were prevented growing on the tore-
shore.
Ai this itage, Interruption
took place bj ont ol the must
respected men in the house,asking il lhe delegation had anv objection to the bill before thi
committee, The onlv answer
to this was, that ii the railway
committee  passed  the amend-. .............. _„ ,„,,.   „
ment there was tm provision in-  yunr  delegation's   WOrfc,   fel.it
iiilved iii the bill to damage j lag to the railway. It amy be
North Vancouver, Tht cryIaald, however, thai tin* tim
iinin all parti oi the room then'wai hilly occupied ia Ottawa
was approvingly, "Read the a-
nietidiiit nl," .mil il was in,
siniinr read lhan it was carried
by acclamation. The miniitei
aai railways himself, however,
wenl  mi reading the bill,   and
explained the company'! posi-
tiim, iu sn lar as the committee
had Intu unwilling to listen tu
the company. Year delegate!
,nr n( the opinion that befon
Lhe railwaj committee, reason
iiui.t bt shuwii for or agatnit ■
bill.     The daegCT had been   ex
ll.ii led lli'lll   the   bill   all'l    till
committee   showed   that  thr
were unw illni-;, poaaibl) becalm
gallon was Liberal, shuwul   us! were picpalcd, shuw i-.g lunula
iiiUI'lesy ainl scUll'ed Ils lapldh 'linns OT pii Is .ul* .,u,|i.    In   'I
an appuiniiiuiii with the mta£ support ol .1 joint biidge,citiui
ter of railways and lhe deputviu overhead or later.*.! >n
minister of railways.     We   ex-1    On Alanh |lh, al 11 .1' in    llu
plained at coaaidcrablc length to tlet came to attend the railwai
Mr. Cowan nur poeltiou, bat n committee, which ml lor   Iwo
seems   by   some   exlraurditiaii   hntirs,  tu rise promptl)    .1     I
oversight thai we omlttsd   to o'efoca     Eighteen or 11iu1i.u1
give him a eupv ol the resolu- bills had to bt attended Lo
lions which ws had bwa   tha v. w. \ \ 111111); i.n down iln
••'ity. list.   It was refused earl) heat
On Uw inl nl Uarch, at 11 ing ipedally applied for,   but
a lit., we met  the minister    nl was brought nn about ten miii-
railwayi and tht deputy minis otea to une.     Ralph Rtuith
ter bv appointment, Hr, Cowaa ipenl three mlnatei getting con
■ inlroiliiiing us.     At the   latttl sent  nf  the iiiiiiiiiiiiu   to  tin
Ume Mr. Cowan introduced  to,North  Vancouver   delegation's
t Was against   Iheir   rules,   to
coniider a general que!tion, tin
■r wliiih apparentl)   it
the rnniii of the minister nr tht
Mi ior of lhe house     The l.illw.i'
committee added 1 clause ol tin
satan "l penalty, calling  loi
sniiie expenditure ol 15 per cent
in iwn years,
The minister ol railwa) s, wi
111.IV state, had ill his |)nssi*ss|*a|'
the ciiv's earlier rmlutloni
Ue gave him ctrtlfied copies ol
tin litis rtsolutioaa, we alsi
'.■.in* tiulii to R.ilph Smith and
to Col. Hughes, nt ihe Cuiisti
vatiie side ol the ll'Ulsi-. w h,
has great weight in tht railwai
committee Col, Hughes un
rst I miii h nf a inr iiti \ con-
lea tion.
We   tiilglil   tn   add   that    Mr.
McNeil] st.ii.tl that, as the dominion .ui required prompt
construction    "I   tht   railway
bridge, ii would '"■ neceman
were lhe bridge OB its first
eiei linn In be in.uh ,1 jiiint rail
road unl tr.Hln bridge, [**r tin
11ilw.11 company, tin 1 it) ol
Ninth Vancouver, and thc othi-
intiiesieil government!, to gel
together and provide lor the
means [or erecting Lhe douhli
bridge. Otherwiie, there itemed ii" help Inr it bill  that    the
iitsi bridge ol all would baw
iu be built a railwa) bridge.
IfoUT th hg.iii'.n's inslriii liom
wen lusi, tn tu tn gi 1 1 ipro
im.ition valuei ih itrmined mon
jiisth than al present lu statute 1 This, we believe, engagei
the attention ol ilu- dominion
government I; secondly, to insist mi teli milei nf railwai being built iii Iw 0 11 us, if ,1111
extemion ol thi main line titm
win ginn, either legal or moral, bj tin- dominion government
Vniti <h legation has tecured tbt
uisiitiun in tin acl ol p.uli.i
uti ni ihai im t-xtcniiofl oi the
III.Ull line t 111), lias been gil ell
ill   tin*  1111 .illltlli.'
Vniii th It 1 ition is ni iln
opinion thnt il would be well to
ask Messrs Chrysler, Bethuni
,\- Larmouth, through Hi
I).. - . Marshall ,\- Macneill, to
a u.l then bill againil the utv
up in date, .unl your delegation
.ii... 1 nnl, 11 wniild In well tu
request them to keep the   city
r>y running around from om-
plan* to another, in Mcuring
dm iiuiiii l.s, etc. 1 and no lime
was wasted.
In the matter of tha harbor
improvements; On tha gth   ul
March, 1*109, there was a meeting .a 13 noon, at which wen
presenl Sir Wilfred Laurier,
Messrs. Pugiley, Denier, Dick,
Thorpe, AIcNaught, Weart, AIc-
iniii    Tern pieman, Cowan, He-
Kt-lt/i. , Douglas, Htlscullilie, Oil
lum and HacHillaa.
The delegate! win- Introduced
to the premier and the minis-
lus b\   Hr. Tiiiipleinnii,   when
a number ol the dtlcgata ipoki
including his worship the tuaioi
ol Vancuuver, .Messrs. Milnnts
Hti.siiiiiibi* and nllurs. The First
Narrows, at the entrance iif tin
li.irbur ol Barrard lalet,   was
discussed at suitit* lettgtli,    and
maps   wen- supplied,  ihowinf
the shoals in the unt re uf l In
ih.iniul and the narrnwness ol
same.
Aftertvaids the question ol
improvement ol Palie creek wai
t.ikeit up, at cniisidirable length,
Mu 1 iiu* delegation had com-
lt-ted presenting their dUereat
prnposilions,   Sir Wilfred  I,au
rier replied in verv lilting terms
seeming to realia tha import*
ance ul the principal western
gateway ol the Pacific in Can.i
dn.
The meeting adjoined, after
which the minister nf marine
w.is waited upon, with the result that we feel positive   lh.it
tin- marine department realizes
the Important ol Improving
the intranet to tht harboi   at
.1   1 aili-a date as piissibb*.     A
matter which teemed particular*
li to slrike the niinisti ts,   uas
the but thai Barrard Inlet toil.n is the Kcoad port la Uu
dominion with t'terenct i" ton
nags, null being tome 650,001
tons behind that "I Montreal,
Ralph Smith, "1 Nan.nni"
gave Ils lllusl valuable set I let-
in even department ia which
w.i had any business.
Two Japanese named respectively Oka and Taliaka, who
hue    been    residing   on    -'isl
* 11 1 ast, and are engaged in
making nars du fishing noatn,
it. , appeared la the polio
court mi Tuesday, In lore Magii
trail Ktalj, charged u ith kil
ling giittii mu ol anion. The
proiecution w.is iiiiiiliieti<l by
Provincial Cum* Warden A.
Bryan   Williams,   whon  chiel
1     niss was Chief Davits nl Iln
lutal police force,   Tht bod) "l
.1   pheasant   was   found   in   Uu
ll 11 k ul nne nl tin iitlprits.nnd
li li,itin is iif ,1 young bird,
in the sli.uk ni tin other, A
line of ?2,S and costs was im
Ipobed.
ml in then
street east^^^^^^^^^.^,—
The irallic on the fern  Suit-
day   was   very   heavy,   si 1 eral
thousand people coming over
from Vancouver, The local
tramline did 1 fiat business.
The fact that! busiiiiss is opening up with bright promise for
the coining season, is denoted
by the fact that on Sunday lasl
lite B. C. lil. Ry. Co. had a better day locally, than al anytime up to .May last year.
The question of government
ownership oi railways, will bt
debated by the Norlli Valiiouver
Conservative Association,in the
Di.uigc hall, on Tuesilay evening neat. S. HcOowell will
lead lhe allirmalivc- aod l'cri\
King the negative.    All present
will be given opportunity   to
participate.
Mrs. Yates, representing  the
W. II. Malkin Co., is in the
city, and will demonstrate the
Victoria Cross tea and Hiuwn
lk-rrics collee at JlcAllllall
llros.' grocery store, cor. Ks-
plaiiade and i.uusdalc an. I-or
lurther pai titulars see AIcAlil-
'aii llrus.' ailvt. on secoinl p.igi
oi this issue.
Thc incorporation nl Un
North Vancouver Light, Heat I
Gas Power Company, is duly
gazetted in last week s issue ul
Uie Ii. C. Gazette. The capital
ol the company is tftfiflOO, in
shares ol one hundred dollars
each. The purposes of the company comprise lortv-stven claus-
is aiid are unusually extensive
and varied.
Kbeliezer Robson,  U.l) ,   who
numbers hosts of Erieadi
throughout the province, main
ol whom arc residents on Nurii.
Vancouver city or districi, will
be tendered a grand bainpiet in
Pender hall on tlie evening ul
Thursday, April ist. l'laus
will be laid lor boo and it is a
foregone conclusion that thev
will all he occupied.
.Messrs. Campbell & Stewart
are preparing to establish a
steam laundry un 14th street,
east of the buulevard. The plan.-
lor the building are now in preparation, while the boiler and
other portions of the machinery
are in readiness. The citv Water will be laid to these lots 111
a short time and it is UptCtSI
lhat the laundry will bt in op-
eration in about one month
St. Andrew's l'nslu ttri.ui
church held a congregational
meeting oa Wednesday eveaiag,
when the lin.inual litUtioU was
:arcfully reviewed. Dr. How
ell was appointed cliairiii.m. A
lull statement re I1n.1111i.il matters was prtselili-il.sli'iw ing llial
I5OO Wiilllil  plate  tht  Church  ill
excellent condition ia this res-
pact., Alter an interesting dis
cuefoa, it was resolved ihat
the heard ol maaageri clreulati
.1 spei ial subsi upturn loi rail
ing the requisite sum.
Residents oi Worth Vaaconvei
will appreciate lhe fail  that at
laat, luial facilities will bt a*
vailalble fur Utuse whu mat- re
ipiire dental wulk dutic Dr
A. M.  I.nwi   has upeneil a well
equipped "flue In temporal}
Marten, in the  Palace  hotel.
Dr. I.nwe is a graduate nl I'lnl
tdelphia denial college, the clli
liciuv ol wliusi* graduates  ha-
tnade llie college [aiiiutis, alld :.-
alsu a member oi the B. C. >"i
lege id dental HUgeOat,    "v!>-• 1:
the first of April, Dr I.nwe will
n Iiinn* to the [mill suite mi ihl
first lloor nf the Keilh block
comer "I Lonsdale avi .ml 1 1
strict, where he will establi 1
thoroughly modern office! Imi
Ihn permanent   practice nf lus
proreasfoa la thii dty,    Hean
time, p.itmns will find 11- l.nw,
prepart d to pei form .ill 1 hi
> work at his suite, in tin I 1!
ace hotel.
Thc Wallace shipyards have
been Ini:,) this week repairing
barges.
Born, on Hard* .-.ml, the
will ol 11. M. Burns, ol a
daughter.
W. Thomas  and  family   are
nun residing on trd street, east
oi St. George, having reccnth
removed Irom Vancouver.
For Sale.—Complete equipment lor bachelor's quarters,including cooking utensils, lurni-
tiiie, etc, Apply at Kxpress office.
J. A. AlaiLean and family
have taken tip their residence on
ChcstciTield aveuuc, near 13th
slreet. They came Irom Vancouver.
D. Silver ami wife are mourning the loss- ol their lour
months' old son, Wilfrid, which
occurred this week. Interment
took place al the local cemetery.
Alts. R. Carrie, formerly ol
\.uiiuuiti,h.is taken temporary
lestdeiiie ou Keith road, and
cxpeits shul'lly  tn uiitipy    the
residence recently purchased by
lur mt 151I1 slreet, now under
tenancy.
On the list msl. iln- Knights
of PytMai will hold th«ir lirst
.uiniial ball, 111 the Horticultural hall. There will be a large
attendance, many visitors Irom
Vancouver being expected, llar-
pur's orchestra is the attraction. Latl cars aiid ferry have
becu arranged for.
Reeve .1. V. All Naught arrived home lasl cviiiing (rom
his trip to Ottawa with the de-
Icgatlon. The reeve thoroughly
enjoyed the trip and has evidently benefitted physically
irom the ih.uige. On Friday
evening next he will present his
official report to the district
council.
■\ local physician passed
ihruugh a somewhat thrilling
experience, in returning Irom
the intake in the very early
hours ol Wednesday morning.
The lluise by sunn- means took
lright at the top of thc pipeline
road and bolted, covering the
enure distance to the Grand
Boulevard at a terrific pace,
when it was again brought un-
ilii control, Fortunately no
harm was done.
The local Pythian lodge is
steadily gaining in public lavor,
as 11 idem uti by Unit tin teasing
numbiis. There are about 80
mi-minis on the rosier, the attendance a i tht meetings being
more than 50 per .ent    At the
regular meeting Tuesday night,
onu new member was gained by
card, mu- Candidate wa.s given
the 111 sl rank, and aiiulhc-r Ihe
third.     The lodge has a lirsl-
dass team im conferring  Un
ranks.
The it 111   management   an-
iiuuiiiis that  the firry steamer
St. George will ba hauled out
mi Wallace1! mariai ways,   aa
Till Sll, 11, (\pril lllll, Inl iln-
.lllllll,il refitting and ovei hauling
.lust huw man) dayi will be re-
ipuied to complete tha wort it
Is illtpiissible tO stale, but ll  Is
hoped to bavi tin boat on the
run lut the following Baturda).
Aiuiiiiii boat will in chartered
wlulii the St. George is ont ol
iiiiiiinissiun, in nidii to maintain tin hall hmiili passnigi 1
service,
Tin Mi ui Ileal Slai, nl Malih
Uilli, gives space till lhe (runt
page,   fop nf column,  lol   a  re-
ii it net to the artit le appearing
in the Journal "f tht Canadian
Hankers' Assm l.itluli, from the
pi 11 nl R E U.uii ighlt :i,"l tin*,
ill.v       The  ,illii le  ill  the  St,it
makes ipecial relerence to  tht
suggestion in ihe Journal, with
t'g.ml in tin iboliahing ol the
.limbic   liability   attached   to
bank slutk. ,li..i.ii leri/ing it as
one  whuse   inllueiiii   would   be
lar reaching and which calls for
seiious consideration THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, 11. C.
THE EXPRESS
North V ini ot * 11, 11* C.
s\inili.i:i\i..\i.i' ,i HORDES
ri;*ai*wi.i**i:**
ll a 11 -    al   -I  Ilv MTIOM
in ,, *        11.00
Six llliil,ll -    - - • ■■'"
Tlir.*. iiiiiiiIIi*     •
United Stat- - am! I owign |I.W|
RTI8I.NG   RATES
Ti; is-,! \i    |i;-n tl     toil i.ll-lMi HI —
'-   |K)I   ill' ll Bai'll   I 11 - a ■ r |,
| \   : , , -. I i,      fl a" ].i r lath |'i*r
llla.lltll.
I.isia indTimbu N'.'iii h SOdiyi, Ml
10d ■■-. **    I
Lion Anvniiiais..—Firal Innrtlon, 10
I*,*;,!-,.,i ...    ..uii lubaequenl Imm-.
u an, a.,*, per litn-
ltmi'i-." Notii n is Local Kiwi Coi-
CMS— la' a . Ill- |'.*rlllli*,i*lU*ll ill-, rt la HI.
( .Ml;,, i     Ai'l I Kll-I Ml M-       ll.llt"*    air
rangi . ,* * riling lo ipace lakw,
Alli'li.iir."-!ii a*..ii,r.i. i idrertiMnneiiU
niii-i in* in tiie h.ui'l.- ni the prliuer bj
MV.lii* - i.n * reulngtoenaurepublication
in the ucji   line,
NuRiii V ini aai u k. Mar, l6,190*5
X. V. IIOSI'lTAI.
Tin   action  ol   the  diitrict
council, .it ihe last regular session, 111 declining in accede to
tin- requeit ui Vancouver general hospital, ini a donation to
us fundi, because ol the niun-
liet ut patienti treated m lhe
liisiiiuiiiiii \iliu bailed ivom
Nurlli Vancouver, will tow*
niinii ltsell  lo all  Mil"  1   ...
that all iln iiicigiis ni nn 1 ui
niiip.ihiics on ihe nortii shore
should be devoted t" the uuiici
mg up ui local inatitutioiu
llu* , in ib me ni tin- \ aui nt.
let  hoipita] is le.iillii  ,ulliir UO
as is alsu Un right "i ihon wh 1
are ill iu choom ior ilici.iM-r.i-*.
lhe lnstiiiiiiuii in uliiih tlui
will in cared loi, but when it is
suggested lhat municipal monies should in paid lo an ouisicU
iiislitulloll lol' the tale nl patients, nnu arc not Umiisiiu*
able i" uin.iy iiiiii liosptlal ex*
pillses, tin lispullsi must be
miilingi III   llpull   tin   l.ul  as 10
MllClllll      llllll     ls,     lllllllll      llll
buuiiils a,i  iiial iiiiiniiipalili, ,11,
uisiiiuiiuii in which tin pa lien lain ipiistiuii might have been
properl) cared lor.
Noriii \ ancouvei ii lortunali
etiuugli in have wilhm bei   o« *,
J ll l s 1 lis ll   .1    llll.spll.il, llllllll, Ulllll
111 no 11.11 pretentious, no   ti
iheliss mu equipped i"i ini
ua.iiiinui ui an ordinal\ i.isis
ol llllliss 01 an idl Hi       1 ills lius-
pll.il  lias tsiaiillsluil as Un   li
suit ol   the  luiiuiliiiu   in...
lhe Cit)   ,unl dill] Ui iiililitlis ..i
North \ ancouvcr, is in a.
... ,1 bonui ol )2j pei iii'.iiii.
iinin e.iiii municipality, ami 1-
uiiuti  iin  iniul supervui
tin   In.illll inliiliillleis ul    llu .,
council!, ii hcalll
ul Uu  iill   COUUCll lias ipllli  11
centi) siiiiiiiiitui ta. ih,it I.*.*1
.1 iaii appreciative report,    1
sn ui im  ni   1...
local     I1.1spll.11      ami    Iiii    ill
medical In.thii .liiini   li.>    I.,
a 1.1 hi uu 1 iii    igualuri lo in.
niinii ii,   ihat   iiu   hoipilal
saiisiaiiiiiiii equipped   lol   in
III.llllll   111      Hi      .1"     I     a    atS,      Hllll      Ult
pUSSllaal     l   \l 1 |*l mn    III    lll.lj* 11
gn.ii operation! ol a neriou
character,
In   si inal   iiist.uui    detail
ui uiiiih 1,ui in provided 11  n
l|lilllii llltllll.il        pi.la lllllllll 1
liuin the iii\ ui Vancouvei
havi   ipohen   in   appreciatit
iciiiis ui Uu   1 Ihciettc)   ni   th
local   inslllllliiiii.       The   muse
iu charge hold ci 1 lilkatea rovei
mg a lull thn 1 yi ai ' coum 11
training  at   Royal   Inlinuart,
Hull, \ orhahin, and liki a iw .1
graduating    certiheati     [rom
(jUllll   ITl.lllut.ll*   111,llll llll'.    lh'
pi tai, London document! whii 1
deiinii in. 1.1 it m qualilicationi
for the pi.niiii- ol Un -tr profet
liom  "lul'    Uuh   conduct  nl
iln  in inui ion '.inu  ns incep
lion lully beari out the lavor-
able expectation! Incited by
iimi diplomai. Thoie who have
placed themselves ill lhe i.lfe of
tin* local liuspiial lur treatment
.ur outspoken and un,minimis
in then expiessimis oi upprtKia-
iiiiu ui the excellence ol the scrims rendered,
The great importance ol local
patronage lo the Local huspital,
may be gathered Irom Uie itate-
nieiH rendered Lhe diitrict council la_\ tin Vancouver general
hospital   lur   the   year   ending
K'biuan 27th, 1909, reierred to
above. Ihis statement slions
a tulal ul JJ patients trcaled in
lhat institution from Norm
Vancouver, irum which the Hospital   received in government,
lees and lu lullcclluiis approximate) ,Mlou.    il ls sale lo sa..
1I1.1I every one ul   IhSM   cases
luuld have  been trealeil   satis
iuctorily   111  the  local  nisiiiu
tiun. ihe retaining ui mcai
patroaagi iur North Vanconvai
iiospiui is indupeniabli tu
placing tins lnstiiutiun un a
sound paying basis, winch win
open Hie WS) tu the ereclluu 01
iiiiliiings tleslglieil lor liuspiLiu
ptirpiises, antl tu the installation ul all the liiuilcrn accessories ul a pellcilh ei-lllppcil institution.
lhe original purpose ol lhc
municipal councils in inaugural*
mg lite huspital lliuvelililil.was
that the nucleus ol 1 public genual hospital sliould Ue lormcii,
.mil the present ariaitgeliieiil
wai accepted as promoting mat
purpose. This purpusc- stiuuiu
uol be lost sight ol ill luture re-
i.iiiuiisiups wiih Un- present in-
ititUtion, The working agreement shotild be ol such a nuiure
that it is upell to tlH municipalities intake out the inslitu-
11..11 at any lime, and operate it
Upon lhe basis ul I general hospital.     	
AMENDMENTS   UK   l-i'.KUY
.Tunics S. Reid, ■ well known
contractor, has taken up his it
lidenci oa tns corner ol Keith
road and Victoria park east. IK
has purchased property on 6th
slreet, close In I.unsdale, and is
erecting thereon I handsome
bungalow,   which will ha lor
sale. It is Mr. Keid's inteutiun
to erect a number ol nther hniis-
es this seasun, all nl which will
be placed on the market.
i in amendment! lo the Munii ipal elauscs act, I'liilelTillg
enlarged pullers llpull the city
relative in thc lerrj, an as lollowi: Subsection $, notion 3",
iliapui jj, givei lhe ill) powers "lor subscribing lot any
ntiiiiliii ui shales in the capital
itoch iii a waterworhi company
supply mg water i" tin residents
ui tin tiiuiiitipaliu.'' To ihis
ilaiisi- is added iln words "01 ol
a ierry company, giving mean
■ ai communication directly, or
liuin aa adj.inin municipality
ui icction, between ilu munki*
palit) ami .un iitlnt municipal
u\ rn icction."
Subnet lion b ol Un isuie sec*
tion gives powers, "ior indorsing 01 guaranteeing the payment  "I .tin   al, In mines or   111-
litest mt an) debentures to in
issued iii .un railway, tram
n.n. nt bridgi rninpaiiy ia 01
parti) in the municipality, Thii
is aiiii-nib.I lu Uie addition <>i
lhe word lein ' alter lhe word
"tl.llllll.ll
Subscitluli    IO,   ul   llli-   saint
n,      gins      puiiels      "lm
granting bonuiei ol land, 01
iiiniii 1, rn both, OB lhe inlent-t
iipnii am sum ul mum 1. nt .un
luminal. bridgi "i waterpowi■
rn all iiiiiiiii. to .mi railwat
company" under certain condl
liom, This is likewise amend
ed lu tin- addition "i the word
lerry" aiier tha wnnl "tram
way."
11 mill ti
1'llnM    ll",    NhHIII   VlMiiltntK
"    NH,   V««eiirTrn
knlh Road     Block Ilt
Beautilul modem  is room
house.   IgOO cash Will M-illli
ihis.    BsUbci spraad ovsr
three years.
PRICt, $.1000
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
i-iisini-rKii nr
TIIE Miss l.s DAW SOS
Certilii'iUtil Surgical, Meilit-iil mul
Maternity Ntimes
Nurm Suit Out on Application
Fnr  liTin.  applv   at   the  Hospital
Cor. I61I1 Stn-'i ,1 M. An.lri'iv'ti Ave.
PHONE   no
STONEY 6 Co
PAINTERS
DECORATORS
SIGN WRITERS
IT.
•ii
\\ t are Irving lo make
tliia atom a en ilil to the
Wesl Kiul. Help 11* oul
bv giving us a ilmre of
v.uii' trade.
T. HUTCHISON
Cor. Kt -iiii nml I*nh Hi. riiniii'SL'
COAL
COAL
Nil UI'.I.I.IM.IUN r„iil
ai 1   Irom   iin*   mi  •
I'l nv ia  ur   lH.laT.  IIIUI    II' ll
*■ aiin* niiii- ninn i'i* 'iipply.
Lan-*.''* ihlpmenti «iil arrive
1.1 .1 1. 11 <i.i,-.   I'ii**'** r*;lil
Urge   ropplj  "f   WiniD
alitiiiH on Iiiilul     ....
P.  LARSON
Haiti I North Vancouvei
Telephone No 2,
10 costly 109-piece
China Dinner Sets
as Prizes
*MtM*+NtJaN>N*
Every mouth we will distribute 5250 worth of beautilul
china dinner sets to the persons holding the lucky duplicate
Couponi obtained Irom -pllli sacks ol Royal Standard Flour.
Save your cnupuiis, compare them each month wilh lhe pri/.n
winning numbers as Uiev appear in this space. When yuu find
your number among them .ill you have to do is to return the
coupon to us and we will deliver free of all charges a handsome
and costly  lOJ piece dinner let,
The full details uf the contest are on the back of each et
pon.
A WORD ABOUT TIIK 1-I.Ol'R IT8ELF.
Wallpapers,    Paint?.    Varnishts.
ele, etc., etc.
117 [lonsdale Avenue
••*»*!••%•%•!•*** v
111
N0RTH1VANCOUVER
Ul
Mister Riv. Chartu E Bulls. MA..
l .nib. ul.,**
Hnai-lii-a ninl dav li*ays n--
iiive.l .ni iniKlerntt' int'limivc
(•Tint. Tin- k-IiimiI uill rt**i.|H*n
..II    M-allaUv,    .lalll       lllll,    WW.
A Iiiiiiiii' .i'h'ilnr.lii|i will U-iif*
(t-r.il atat KlLllT ll IT I Ulllpl't ilil'll
liv li"«rili r..
.'aa'aaNa'aa'..*..*..*..*..*..*..*..*..'..!..!..!..!
If you know any
NORWEGIAN -**>
I'ie.lse lellillllitll.il NOKDEN
n. tin* onl)   Norwi uin ne*»a
pap, 1 uuhlikhi din 1 *:i..al.i
Everj    fltursday.     Kegulai
l.li    .    M     iaa   |la   ,    1,  ,,|.
SPECIAL OFFER . The
nexl 500 inbn ril* ri onl) (1 ■
year,   \\ rile .it om e md 1011
mil net .1 • 1.11,1   it,u'> »ub-
s. 1 ipin n ,11 ihi*- Imi rati
Sample copii - miih d lo ic)
,1 lilli s*.        tii    .ilie     nr    llinu
\\ 1.1.   leal 11   laa
N0HDLN   PIBLISIIING  CO.,
,1 ISSII'I a.,   M IM |nl   I
Vmi will require little inducement to use Royal Standard
Flour alter once having trisd it, It is the purest, itroagsst,
musl delicious and nutritious bread flour ou the market.
Manufactured only b\
VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,     B.C.
♦<>-K>4<>4<>><>4--K>><>4<>+<>*<^
♦ Dainty  China ware Given  Frcef
during demonstration nf Vinturia Cro»i
Tea ainl Browu berries Coffee, Mareh 2iitli
to 30th. Call and aample'theae Qoodi A
puruhaae of either curries with it a premium in Cliinaware.
*  *  McMILLAN'S   **
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T     T      T      ▼     »      Tf    T'    T'   T'   T1   TT     T     ▼     T1   ▼     ft      ▼     T     T     ▼'▼
'S
fur llio Spiii2 Tratlf:
T,-bii*iI Morh, w't-dii I'T
firlen. limn, nr rnnnen-ar tt,
Irom l.-t ai'iner-* in Kin;laiiiil.
Ilnlliiii'l. I'rmire, I'liiti'tl Siiie.
uml l.«*al lira.M.*r.
1IOMK HROWS   rat'IT   \nl»
liRSAMKVrtl. TKKK*
MULL FRflTS
tiTtili'.'r*.  I'.«■♦*   Sni'i'li'-.   *    11
l'iiin|a-.  Sprav    M.ittria'-
Ki-iiiiiH ami Gulf". Cat  1
;.'.r I'.iji I'li'iilnjiir Vn.
tiffin-.   UlWlhuum    ami      ** il
llnimaa. llllltl   tVi-stllilli.li-
Vancouver, B.C.
Builders and
Contractors
!'. LARSON ii prepared b
Sll|i|)lv
I imi', Bt it k,
?>.iiul, Crment
And nil kimlf ol Buildinj
Material inquantitieato mil
ami »t raaaonahle prio
—Al'I'I.Y—
HOTEL NORTH VANO    VEI
TKI.KrilnSI  Ko, !
The Set
of ftifthes
iiei 11 I.1-1 iiiaaiuli u i* iron
I'a     Ml-      I lelli'l'l.   mill
MU. I t Ut III' set fail
this uiaiiilli v,lli be to Iiunl
in ,i ttii diyi
Um liiu.il Standard Flour,
S.ue     IB)    KOUpoBI     and
•itch Ut  pi|11- lor  the
liuki iiiiiiiI ei-*.
Yi ut 11. \i (ua"' n Ordi
I., -,'ti-i.ii innil filled il imi
plan   il   mth  ni      I *i  '
nn- nt (11 in
Toaati 'I Coi i  l
n 1 i'.n ll.e ■.
Ivl ihiiil niii' nl   '
C.R.mCktUN
Lonsdale \\t nasH Rlli il
■MARTINSON tt CO.
HuiWlinn
Contractoni
PlUI    nml   S|*t.i*ilii*iiiiii..i*    l'rt*|iart*tl.
\\ lien Italiiklli*; ul I.Illlihn*;   let   u.   uive
IIII l-tlll III,'.
IliiUSK, BLOCK,   l.iiSsli.tl.i: avk
nr I'll. H"i '.'.  N.'llli V.iiinliiti.
h\ Fiirnidirc.
Vm Fiirnisliiii^s and
frorken
at RaHSOaabll  1'rices,  go lo
Iht? North Vancouver
Home. Furnishers
it aai iimi' k        i.iis-iui.K a 1
,/.r.-. ;■-■*'     North Vancouver
Transter tomt.u»mm
imiik leap. Ti'.i it tortltttf.i " ~"m>9m»m       p,-^rkior
.!**■ nut lliere il nu ten al mil ' 	
|,rie. .ui uootl a. hulv»ay I   10 rii'liiili
'*'**■ -"-.iu*i.i'i'*rt* CortagCi Removaldi
l'u reel Delivery,
Storage
ON      HKAHIINAHI.lt     TKRMI
—        mHMu m near m
\Vl,.-..v.ii..i...-.itlliuil<linpiT,l"',l,onC7"-       N,BhtCalls,3.
I'llllMlIt
Diplock Wright It
Lumber Co.
M   IlillMMIi. M«r
NORIH VANCMJ>ttt
H4RDW4l/t
Com|>anyt Ltd.
Nnu- Store
Nun Linai
Righl I'm-
Wi tury a lull raagi ol
GRANITBWARB
TINWARE
pin Kl- I  AND
TABLE ( rn.I in
SPORTING GOODS
PAINTS, OILS l i'l
Rlftfe \;iiininviT lliinhvari1
roiii|inii\. Uii.
,1. W..I HK-iiN M.nailer
1 Foot oi i(»sdGie Ave      \mmii
17th Slreel, Vnrth N.iiiioumt
ii
limn ii Ion Lumber
Sin,
Kii-iii-
Bhingl -
Luili
finishing Lumber
iti-. etc.
Our prices are right,   Lei ni
-Hyi vam :i ftgure onj'our
Lumber Mill
....    , ItatUk  Air., t'ily.
f|   . ta, I'll..,.! OS I ttill. I.nmi t'rrrk. ll.l'
n in i
NOKIII \ \NM)I\I i
t       I in vmi wanl
!
• a chea[)
| Building Lot?|
• inal in tlic t'itv l.i-   J
.    mil-.  lOOslM f<'«-t,   j
# from •
!   slm)(MK)   ;
J sj;, ,|,,Wii mul s.'u «
• par quartar; Intartml ?
• dix par cent. •
i — ?
' Houses for Rr nt or Salt •
? all ovtr tht City •
?   *
$30.00
secures you one ul uur high
grade latest inipruvi-d Drop-
head Sewing Machines. We
can recommend them to our
customers, and a ten years'
HU.il.mice guts with cull
machine. Come in .md
pass your opinion on it, and
if you really need a machine
you won't hesitate lor an
instant.
| ,   f Paine & McMillan
• LON8DA1J AVK.   a
?Pli,.iie'.M ||,a,|..'l'l...)l,'22t
•      « i
The Pioneer Hardware
rilONK 13 IH I lONSDAU THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE GRAND BOULEVARD, NORTH VANCOUVER
Altliuitgli instances ul retrogression and tlci.i*
deiiie arc ai all units discoverable in the world, yet
sn iniiintriiieti,ilili dod air race oa lhc wlinli progress, as tu justiii mi tie average the wulcly pre-
v.ileni lni|H> tli.it ncceaai i geaeratioul shall excel
their predei isst its      ll t     therefore, ''ill ut aiiurd-
.iine with iiunii,il expect itioni that a yoaag ereet"
em utv, stiilt as Ninth Vainniivei, shall Mi many
respects show Improvem m oa tin- older dtice ul
lhe east. The vasl espanaaa nl Canada's teiritnii,
thc inure than .itnplitudi oi hit icsiitiins. anil the
profoundly  impressive gi iniletir ul hit   suliciv,  l>\
inning eontinnoaah .mu periiitenth mi the eon-
silnusllcss of her pi "pic thi main sided greatness ul
iheir cuuntrv, unavoidably habituate! tin' mind t"
ihusc concepts nl breadtl .unl mbltmit*i which have
sl,uii|K-il iipnn lhc I'.n ill, lllni.il Us IriTiliiln Iruin
tlallltlli-l,  Its III-lun *.*. i.    IficW,  .Uld lis ttiagllatliltl-
mis breadth uf mthnent
The young iil\ nl N'i rth Vaiiiuiiver has brealh-
ed diTph  Ibis spiril ol tin  Mist, and smile rcspuls
in which sin- has .nls.nu■ i on earlier examplei maj
lie brtellv sniiiin.iii/nl Imll nl tin primeval loTSSt
which covered her area has Wii ,lean.I In steam
engine and modern .ippli.uins. uuh a tapnltti .unl
thoroughness uin v.unplt'l lai t.itliet methods, or in
llie CUN of tile nidi!   tills       The llniluugllf.lies   nl
North Vancouver uu an mure iptciooc thai thosi
ni ilu ulder towns, niany bc-i.ig eighty leel wide,
while some halt a iiultli ol otic hutidrctl alld one
handled and lilly feet. The water system was,Irom
the lime of ils inieptioli, installed and owned by llu*
iitv ilsclf.     When Nurth Vancouver had only 1500
inhabiianis, it had tester, electric light, ami electric railway systems. Its gardens, parks, and other
publii grounds not only subserve the usual sanitary
and recreative parpoeea, but are distributed to admit of loinm,uiiling aiihiinliiral features. This
uty ul less lhan twu vents' growth has now over
N-, .niis nl publii plcasaiius iiitlun Inr limits,much
more than twin iili.il tin uiy ul Winnipeg posscss-
is within iis uty boundaries,
Hut the respeit in whiih Nnrth Vatnuuver   has
out-distanced the rest ol tan,nia, and even the west-
era hemisphere, is Inr boulevard development The
Grand Boulevard ol North Vsncouver has a present
lenglh ul alitillt I550 \,litis .mil is I |d feet mde The
'lilies ul the western world presenl llu hutilt vard uf
equal width. Huston's gic.it highway, Commonwealth avente, is mily 140 leet wide; Connecticut
aniiue, in Waahiagton, D.C , is not quite ijo test
mile. The Grand Bonlevard is mon Una thria
ihe wuith <>i Georgia itreet, Vaaconvar; ami mure
than twin* the widlh ul .Main street, Winnipeg;
Kegilil itreet, London; or lhe Ncvsky I'rnspcit. in
st  Petsrshnrg.     It is wider than Untur dm l.in
den, Berlin, or tin A nunc I.uiiise, 111 Brussels, and,
in short, otil-liie.ulths all the tin avenues ol the
world, excepl llmse ul ihe Champs Klyseus and
Hois de Boulogne-, iu Talis.
Thc expassi ol the Boulevard ii materially supplemented lu tin Boulevard parh, which flanks the
gnat avenue oa ns central ureal 'litis park is large
enough lur spurts nl all kiada, ,uid is likely lo M
the Intuit miin ni 1ui1in.1i1u11.il in.itches in cricket,
lootball alld lacrosse.
North Yaiitnuiti hai benefited herself m negoti-
altng litis I'lKitilcv.ml, iiunii 111 return rctlects honor
upnii nut uty ami is mu .1 iinin to Canada. That
utv whiih is lhc intingisi daughter uf Canada thus
does liuiiiii tn lm parent Winn iu later years
buildings .unl population siuil have la-en multiplied,
this avenue will iiin.iiu .it the cllv's cure with its
guarantee ol Ircsh air. Tim salubrity ol thc counlry
will be preserved tn tlu central nly. The boulevard will bit nine limit Valuable With advancing age,
as it will yield recreation and health to increasing
population!, ami it is nut iin|ii.'l..ihlc that unborn
icniurics will hj;,ml n arith appreciation and will
infer (rom ita exi 1    tlu  aiagaaainitj ol the
early west. Ilmim-i 1 his m.i\ In, we may rest
assured that sliniil'l Wl l.ul I" .iikiju.ilcly value it
utirselvis, all Ciii.ula mil 1 rt lung recogni/c that
ils Inn st 11si1lei1i1.il ,iu i.m* is 111 tin* city ol Nortli
Vancouver,
IIII llll
Mayor  May  presided  at   lhc
regular session nf the cit) mini
ul, Muiidai.    Aldermen M1K.11
MiNcish, Sihult/,  Viiiing.  Diet
and Hiaim were pi 1 suit
Letters were nutl .is I0U0WI
From Geo. II. Cowan, Ml' . n
his endeavors to assist the deli
gaiion recent!\ suit to Ottawa
relerred lo the delegates
From I) N. Campbell in llu
illii t that In Intends tin ting a
building lor steam Intimln pui
poses un the south ', ol lot ,**,
bluck 12, subdivisiuti iSiti, 1 |il
street, east ui the boulevard.and
requesting a road. Tin build
ing will be completed in ;v
davs; board ul works in ,u I
Host I'.lder Murr.iv Co
behalf   nl   Knss   I'ni      iahln|
that .limes ave, al  the   i.,ini 1
ol 15th street, he impim-
Mr.   Peers is BOW  building   ,1
liouke in that location, to cost
'albollt pJOOOj board nl wurks lo
.ut.
l'luiii Dr C .1 Fag.ill, pru
1 tin i.il ineilit al health officer
outlining the ttotk and Iln
iiiuls nl the .mil luliitiuliists
suiieh , .unl icqtic: ling that llii-
iiti become a metnbci, i»1»1 red
In health iniiimilli-e
I-i'.111 Mrs C Mahuii, rcplt
mg tu all mqiiirv fnuii tin ninn
ill. tu the 1 lint thai the l.uuili
mil take up tlnir tesiiliiu, nn
tllelt pnpi tu .east ni lilt l.uiil,
vard, about, April  1st, and mil
build a five-roomed cottage.and
Baking    Iiii    ruad    atul     it .ilu
board ni works .unl waterworhi
committee! t" act
Pri It 1.111     from    residents    nu
Westh.uii avenue, request ur
sidewalk   from   2*nd   tu    *ud
slicel;    relerred    tn    Iiu,ml    uf
milks
Frnin the Canadian Mlinmp.i'
Journal, snimting advertising
iii  . liled.
Fmin Taylor, Halme & limes.
re  enprnpri.ittiit!   ,11   C0TMI   "I
1st street and St. David's ave.,
I stating  that D. G. Dick had
been appointed arUu > ha  the
iiu , ami Un- stun nl .Vjihi bad
lieen tendered, but tin owtra
had taken Do .11 Hull, ami .ull is
iiig aii application tu the supreme cuurt; iiiiaiiu committee
tii ail.
From t, A. .Maiiiu, in tin ti
int  that the lum- is nppurtuiii
lor arrangemeati between tin
lerry ami tin- Domlaloa Express
Company, n tin carrying ol
panels, ibik lu reply that   alii titinu  will  be given  the mat
ter in due course.
Tenders Inr supplies loi n a
terworks mnstrui turn were re-
liiinl tO tin* waterworks inin
iniltie lu repurt.
City l-.ugititu Hanes reported
as  lolloWl   That  lie  is Hum    at
wnrk Bpoa the grades from inl
itreet aorth  to  14th itroet
that the levels will sunn b, completed, and recommending Citj
Engines Thompson ol Seattle.
as   1 commissioner, when    thi
1'iiuiiii is ready to rafaa tin
mailer The mst ol Mr.Tliuinp-
son's sermis would be abuul
»Jou    Kctciicd to lhc board ol
wurks.    Kc Qnemsbnry .ivenue
n.iicrwurks extensions, it mil
bt necessary lu riiimvc the pies
sine    reduiiug   lalve   on    I'jlli
itreet ta isothsi location iny
hii wain ian be ttiriiet! oil,
waterworks uiiiiiilittce tO ail.
The fm- ami light committee
na,liuiuii,Iiii that a night a
I.ii 111 be installed in the residence ol one oi the firemen,ami
alsu thai two ihemical ix
iinguishers be purchased; adopt*
at
The mayor reported re the
lerry purchase that, attci .scleral days nl strenuous negotla
turns balneal sollcitotn, Um pi
pers of tralislet had Imally been
signed on Saiunlay, at II a.m.,
and   he   had   i unsettled   to   the
comnaay  retaining  pa
until   midnight   on   Bsturdsj
The tenure ol the- city beg,ui
mth the lirst boat 1111 Siinda*
March 21st.    He had 1 .n 1 mii
i becked ovei the eatixi aariaa ol
ttikets used by llu Itiry, had
luttnd the requisite balance di-
hand in each case, and had destroyed tiiciu,wiih certain minor
exieptlolts.
Alderman Stliult/ reported
that the amendments 10 lb
municipal clausal a. 1 wen   to
hand, and that the (It) BOW had
power to buy juitit Sim *. inin
pany shares.    The mayor  I.i
Voted taking .ninn Irntn solm
lurs as to jill Whal piuujs tin
nly now has, ami nh.it arouk
be the KOper method ol pi 1" ui
ure in iorinmg a limited liability company. AIut mch advici
I had been received, hi mis  Is
j lavor ol calling I milling ul the
I ratepayers, thst thi whole mat
ler might In laid belore ihem
'and their wishes made known
I therein. This   tOUTM    via.
I authorised,
I   Aid. .McKai reported progri u
' re thc jnini advertising commit
tee.    The lnatltl ol a giant im
advertising purpoiei wai laid
' uver, ]iellding Ule lsiiiiig
liiiannal sl.iiniii 111
Aid.  Silmli/  advocated   tin
holding of band concerts in llu
city during the coming rammer,
:on such Saturday altsmoOBI ll
1 WVI ltev iloiu baseball maUhcs
in Vatii'iiivcr, and on Wednei-
il.ii alternouns, were thc latter
declared a holiday in that city.
liiiim.I to lhe InaiM committee.
Tenders lur laying sidewalk
during the Masoa were read as
liillniis: John l'eck, $2.90 per
leet lmard measure; J. G.
Htessey, $4.45 per 1000 feet; J.
Mil-.wi-n.M IJ per inoo leet. Re-
it 1 in I to the committee oi the
wliule.
The linance committee was
authorised to purchase addi-
titiii.il th.nrs for the council
chamber, to accommodate the
large al tendance ol ratepayers.
Twdan for pipe ior waterworks purposes were referred to
tlm waterworks committee.
PI ui. wen mbmitted as lol-
loa Lot 1, block 17; D.L. 541;
nli md tn ihe engineer. Part
"i block si, D.L. J49, approved.
1 ami 2, block 3, DL. 547;
nli rred tu the engineer.
Board Ol works accounts,   to
the amount of $22.1.15, wm °r*
dered paid. THB EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
a
•MM
Councillor Robson, acting
reeve, preaided, and Councillor!
Gordon, Weitover and Da\ ison
were present at thi session ol
the diitrict council, on l-mlai
t\ cuing Last.
Clerk Philip read llu report oi
Audiim ll.ill i. Chiene lol .i.m
uaii .unl February, i-ertiiying
thai iiu- booki an correct,
Tin- \ ancouvei general ho ipi
lal  lulll.ililul  a  uii,.imi  '.1..I1
mint ui cases hailiug from
Nm Ui *, .iiiimnci, which li.iu
incii treated in ih.it institution
liming   the  past  yeai I'ln
statement was accompanii
a liim, explaining mat  v»uil»
tin* regulai hospital charges nu
these ,,i a ■  »a,iilil amount   in
)ljyj,    the   hospital    i,,,ii    Imii
.Man lo charge the government
only JViu and liad lullciliai  *i
bout J1150 iinin palienti,  Hhili
Hot Wishing lu piess the district
cuUllall   lu   make  gnml   Iln     alls
crepanc), lhe hospital would in
pleased  11 council  U'Ul'l  make a
donation in the hoipilal, the
clerk uas instructed to repl)
thai a.- there is a hoipilal in
North \ 'Uu uver, supported in
pan iu tin municipal councils,
Uils COUndJ iiUll.l ll"l see its
Ua,   ileal   lu loliiph   mill    llli
suggestion in the lettei
Medical   Health   Olhcei   Dl
Campiicil reported min .
lu a sllpph   ul aim lu.Mili.   Ilia.
a largt local supply might
good thing, provided it tutu i in
procured at lou coat, although
ihe   point!   would   Ui iniul.in
mth a^i      iii tins connei lion,
llll*   cleW    al .1*1   .1    It lal I       lllalll    Dl.
Fagan,prot incial medical Inaltli
officer, explaining that arrange
liiciiis inui been in.ult loi providing   Ule   point!  at   lilt}   |''i
cent less than market pnci. ou
condition  thai   thei   be given
llll- tu llluse 111 llnil u| lllilll.
The point! Ua,iilil be liilll liable
ullUI ullt  "1  dale ainl  WOUld  be
replaced bj Ireah points.   Filed
The deput) minuter ol marim
and iisheitcs uiuic, requesting
thai  tin- description oi slreel
exiiiisiuns in amended tu com*
pi) mth   ,en.un   mu   ngiu.i
Hulls all.u lied.
11.    Jlusi,     siilcl.in     ul     tin
uniuii oi li. C. municipalities,
forwarded tin- rules adopted lu
the union tu gun rn land  sm
'**  I a.l S    ll     Sll llli 1 \ Isli ills ,    al80    I I
minding council mat tin mem
berihip in ii imu due, The lee
"i uu dollan uas ordered t.i i"
paid,
Chin   luiiiiiie  Harry   wrote,
acknow It aiding receipt aai fjj mi
I'li.e ni lands expropriati
tin- Num.ill  link iaini^i     ,uul
intimating iimt a learn ol liont*
ts uuiilii i.e ,ii.,ptabli      Filed,
The ..Id I,iiiii creek road waa
repoi iul .i ■ in ui ii.nK nn ua
ul,   Imlil   Iln   iill   ami   lile  ills
uui having completed 11..,--
s,ui improvements Tlu cosl
tu tin district   uas  sunn what
OVI 1   >
Ri;-.tiding llu   I along tin
uisi lidi ui I) l, s... un nun
ei mn ,i nn. in im i upropriation
ul ihllti   llilii   iul  ,,1,,, mil sel.
an additional ihirtj 'lun [eel
ji di '.in 'l i nginei i i..ii |.*i i
Ke   I...el   I..  I)    I,    ;s,     nlonj
till l.l I 'llll 1,1 I) I. ,1l, III,
"un.i   h.i'i ia*.: ,,ii nun heard
lllllll.  lalll   ih.   ,* ,   mill
• proporiioi "i.aiii
tin uigiiiiti u.is in*.nu. i,.| ,
I i' [i ui i"' ii.* *: i'.n. in. i h il
mil   |iii|i.ui    ui  expropriatioi
b\ law.
Tin   plan   a i,,,,   ftagg     l<>
*     a       ,
Uu- approval  .n  ii.*
having been obtained
A plan "I lisnbdlilsi ,| |.,|
'* ;, \i li I, 553, »x ap
proved .'■ u.r also a plan "
subdivision i"i block )o, I)   I.
-'a i.'i.,
T'iii'lii nn iiu opening up i *
Hull stri it were received Iron
I'.uni'l.i II ,\ .liil, i nl J;; -,,|,|u
extrai; and Irom A  Kcuncdy,a
J1000 atul   i I   pel   l.ln.ii   f*
bridge work, Enginci i to ri
port.
Al 1 lllllll '-   .1'     [ollotl S   lit le   01
daii'l   paid    B 1  "i   worki
' 'A.   tO   uliiill    u.i*.    ,il'.
wanl   idili* I  tin   ■ um ol **'
* nt "i gravel placi rl on tin
1.vnn valley road. (»i idi i
abb* disui. - ion aro e ovi tl
item i"i Seymour ttt i bridg
uinlr.ii i hei ui-' "i the l.n
that Hn inside mrlnci ol eel
t.nn poil   » '   n.ai paint
"A feast ol sung and chorus with Canada's sweetest
Welsh Singers,"
A   GRAND   LENTEN   RECITAL
;,,   the  renowned  VANCOUVER  WELSH  MALE VOICE
PARTY at the Horticultural Hsll, on
Tuesday  Evening, March 30th, 1909
I'liis Choir is soon to tour the States snd England
il tin* Welsh-Canadian Male Voice Party.    .    .    .
Coir.int.nce  i.l   8.1J   P.M. TlckaU JOe.  »d   8-Jc.
Chairman,   HU   Worn hip   M.ror   May
^jibl,. !■■ ana
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
I i ii, l.in.lni'; Inr(.hit'i't.slniiy Avenm, Twenty-firs'
i ,1 iod  I.      l.l**   Winch strt-ei and Kiith Koad as follows : 6:i<
. in., 6:4] 1. ni*. 7*i.S a. 111., 7145 a. m., «:i5 a. in., o, a. in. 9:40 1. ni..
10:101  i'  .    Alter tots J I. in*, Can Will  Irsvp Qiirenshury avenue
I a. ut* ;a ii md Lonidale avenue, and Winch street and Krith Koad
iuutea lo tin hour and twi-ntv-fiv<* mimit--*! past thr hour.
Nineteenth itreet and Qneesehan eveaee, Ttwaaty-ftrat
,   1 i  ! Lonidale avenue, Wim-h street and Krith Koad a-t follows
.1  m., 6:53 a* 111..  T'.io a. 111.,  8:115   ■•   '"■. H;*5 a. tu., 9:30 a.m.
Ul, 1  , . . .,  in  a in it ave the Fern Landiii({ at  ti-n ininntci past the
. Iwi mi 1.iiniii''s to the hour.
i^W ,l1" ',0i*ls ■'"'"'" l,v l'ie c*rs'
oosfMtmo*
Having Your Teeth Fixed
uas, .it une time, a very painful operation. With some
11 is still painful. Nut so, however, at the Boston Dentists. We have all the latest equipment known to the
modern dentist      It is more like
A Pkasurt to bave Your Teeth Fixed
In 0111 .! *iilists beiause they are all experienced men. Wl
make no tliaise 1. r examining your teeth and would be
pleased to look tliein over at any time.
READ OUI l'KIU.S.   THKY NEVhk CHANGE
Full act of teeth  Jit.00
Bridge work, per tooth  5.00
Gold itoivns      5.00
Gold idlings        1.00 up
Platins Idlings     1.00
Extracting      50
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.,
Dr. X. R. Baker, ton.Miltlnq Dentist
407 Hastings Street West, Vancouver
I,nils n a.m. lo h p.m. Phone 22:1
jaossseeeeeeeeeneeeeee »aaaaeeiaiaaaaMMaaaa
cording to ipecilicationa,    The
contractor agreed to   have    tile
ilmk done and lhe item passed.
tVaierworki accounts, fauoo,
Councillor   Gordon   reported
lm   ihe  joint   ailiiLllslllg  com-1
lllll tie, tlial ll had been tlet liled
iii ask tin- diitrict council loi
an apportionment ol >.si>u lur
un* purposes oi iln- committee,
1*. ,. mo tu uu mi.iim* tommit-
lu   to llpull.
William Philip wm appointed
ua,,,1 i,,\ collector lor the ensuing n.n, .ni a nn 11111 miftn ui Jo
i'n unt, in tu defray all ea-
* . Tin engineei was m-
siiuititl to act with relerence lo
tile opening Up ui  I'.ssi.X Mini.
through 1). I., ia2b.
Tin assessment late ui law lul
1 .a , 1,. ..iisiili'ieil and llll.il*
ll  passu).
C iilllli llinl    Westiiiil   ailMit.it
nl ilu acceptance ol 1 propoai*
lion  Irom  Heasrs.  Larfan   .ii
U -"11,    lu    "pell    Up    Di'M'l
court road,  loi a  diitancc  ol
feet, i"i  *>.•.-■,.     This,   to*
j;illlil      Wilh      llpptl     llelilpsei
road, uas relerred lo thi   ea
glutei.
application ui Ur.Robert!
iui .1 roadwa] to lol J§5 1 dis
lance "I tm chaiaa, was like*
.vi 1  ii l> ned lu the eiigiiiui
Aim>tlui   sum   is  being    mil*
1111, Inl  at    llit    U.ill.ue    shipyards.
J. W. FJALMAIN
CIVII,    I**.'.IM   I   II
1-uantiiy l-Mirvryi.r ami Architect
NORTH   VANCOrVER.
ior lioot und Shoe Repairing
dud Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0, MILLS
Pioneer Bool Maker
I.aaii .l.iIt   Aie.,  upp.   City   Hall
■■'■■ I   ' ■ ■ *' ** ■ Hit I'lviail'il
**a: I II  ' '- tmil-lld.'!
I
'if. Ouflntf.it.rf'* A 1* l»-f Mnl niton 1 ■
"       rnftMil, II. U'l('l„ K-wVrill. i.et
I    . Mvuliml   *iu.lH'..l'.i*k',ii l'C,laV4.
t'HIH'OSIDIOCAl  IMPROVIMIM
TAKK NilTICK tint the r.'iiiinl nl llu*
l'nr|iiiriitiiin nl tlif Citytif Nnrth Vnn-
eiiiiver iiileiiil. tn i-min'rni-l laml line
purl idly rnnnlriicl**il)tha »»rk nr I.ti'al
liiii>riiii'iiii>iil Ml mil iu Ilia' MaMaWip.
Mirilaf lii-lmv ami iiileiial. t" MM iln '
lliiiil eii't, nr a |mrtiini thi-n-nl, nimii iln-
real |irn|ii*rti' In'iieflteil therein- irini';ii|i
nr nliultiiiit llitTt'im ami hi'ltl lialile inr
ii**,m.iiii'iii tlia*reltir.
A .tali'ini'iit .li<iniii|> lhe lainl. li.ilile
Hiii prii|*oni<il tn l»' -.pel-wily «.«*«ain| [„r
iln* -imi iiii|ir<>ieini'iil ami the iiaim* ol
tin* ,,mlit rr* tlieniil, m Iai a. lhe ".nne
. 1111 lie n.riTtiiiiii'.l Irniii Ihe In.l ui -11I
i-i' ..iiieiit rnlI ami nlli,mi.e, 1. inn
lil,i| III Iln ntliiv nf lhe Ai-.efii * nt
I nuilll|..|illier lllllll. n|***ll f« >r iim|»" Hull
iluriiill nlhti' Imtir..
Till- .I'lieilille Ih'Iiih .hint, lhe .-li-
matt-'l ml "I llu iiii|ir..M'iiii nl ami ilie
|irn|.irtinn le U' |ir..i nle.1 mil ..: . 1 ,.*
;j,'iieral IiiihIii nt Hie em
\ iiaiirl nl nvlalnn mil l<e hehl in ilie
Cll) llllll. Nnrth  I'll nr,   II1   , .1,
Mnn.lar, Ulli.hit nl April. ItHHI, nl Ihr
Imiir nl N ii'ilm'k p 111., I.*r the |iiiri*'iia.*
ul hearlnit any aonieUlnta afllnul tin*
|»fU|*fl*Wal IWUmillllll. nr the a.,
a IM IrnntaL'i' iiiiM.iirrini'iil-i. nr ainv
•ithir ini,i|>lmnl. iihiiii ihe pMlMii in*
Irn-ated dwm In m.i lie ami nhiea [1 liy
la.* ii')iiiir.»l'li' In lhe t'linrl
TIIOMA* -lllllll'.KI)
■tvMMMOl riniiiiiii-iiiinr.
North Vaiictiiiier, ll.C,
Ittfa Mareh, IWN
■ lu-.niir MMBaSB Wl
I'mininil K-liinnti'il   Balimalr
Improvement        lolal eii*t   eitt inpai
[Bl   Cleiiriiiu.   iirailhnr
iinililrainniK.I'aiiili'tnrtl*
ini* and nnt'"l.iiiiiaini;
:ird s|rit|. Irom Million
Arma* la St. Da*-ld'i
Avenne f J7 Vnii.7 .   |II.H:I2(I
■ I. Kiliuhi*- Mil.'vtnlli
mi nnrth nirli-amllai'tni
1.' Siili-walk 1 m .i.nih
nil" nl M Mrci-i. bt-
iitei'ii  Mahon  anil M
DBtrM'i AveBBM        IK'-ti    mil
l44*^e)-#af^4a*/a*/aa-))at^
a4
The Grand Boulevard
 ami Vicinity	
NORTH   VANCOUVER,   B.  C.
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The gardtauiig ul the entire area uf the Untile-       X
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vard is BOW completed,      The planting ul the 2A       .
spaiiotts bloeks is practically linished.
Complete maps and plans with price lists will       Z
bc ready in about two weeks. X
Mt-aittinu lots are being sold and those desiring       J
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f to .secure ,1 seleiiiuii from tlie full propertv,   mav       ).
obtain information now.
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Mahon, McFarland & Mahon
Corner Seymour & Pender Streets
Vancouver,      -       ■       B. C.
...Lonsdale  Heights...
DISTRICT  LOT 226
On Monday Morninty, March 29,
1909,we will offer for sale some
choice Residential Lots, on King
and Queen Streets, which are
only three blocks from tbe present terminus of the Lonsdah
Avenue carline.
•    •   •   •   •
They It ivu Sidewalks, Water, Light and Telephone
Conoeotions   The Prices are right, and platan note
the Easy ''.'.this, a- follows:—
1-4 CisSi;balance 3, 6, 9,12,15, and 18 months
at 7 per cent interest
l-'ur full uartioulan apph tn—
Thacker  ®,  Thornton
144 2nd Street East
North Vancouver
Phone 110
B. C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
The iiiy council sal in   com-
niittee uf the wliule, in the capacity uf ferry directors, Monday evening, whui the lollowing
decisions were reached:
Parties wishing to charier a
ferry steamer alter the hour of
12 o'clock, midnight, will ue
charged $5 per hour for such
service,
The manager (Mayor May)
and the assistant manager (T.
M. Heard) were authorised to
get- tickets printed or lithographed. Six tickets will be
issued ior twenty-live cents and
a single live cent (are will be
collected in cash. Monthly tickets are to be printed, the
charge thcrelor to be two dollars per month. The matter ol
engaging an additional crew, to
maintain a regular lull-In.1111*.
service Irom b o'clock to 12 o'clock midnight, was discussed
and laid over tor lurther consideration.
The Saturday night service
was re-arranged, providing lor
a boat to leave Vancouver at
11.15 I'-1" •""■ at 12 o'clock
midnight, instead of at it.30 as
at presenl.
lhe chairman of the board ol
works aud the cilv engineer
were instructed to make all necessary repairs to Lonsdale see.
wharf.
The city clerk was instructed
to give notice through the newspapers oi reduced lares and ol
Saturday night service as a-
bove,
A special lerry account is to
' be openi'il at the bank of Hamilton.
WANTED-A CITV MAI'
to take up too much of your'
time, but I do wish to say this,
that if thc businessmen see lit
to follow my suggestion, I have
no doubt that in a year from
now, Nortli Vancouver will have
another boom spell, and one of
thc best in the history of the
city. Believe me Mr. Editor,
Yours respectfully,
ALF. CHARTRAND
375 St. Germain street,
Montreal, P.Q.
The Lonsdale
IIK CKK.AM. FRUIT
I'tiNKKCTIONEIlY
TOBACCO A CIGAR
Fluent Ml Fnuntiiin
in the City
H. ROBINSON  TAw
fi3 l-onnluli- Ave
Snfr-tv Deposit Boxes to Rent* Saletv Deposit Boxes to Rent
'     I BRITISH UH ISI t
AoUniEKKiitor, Tru.t.., Liqulditor  Receiver! and Aaalgnooa
Court berde laau-tf
4<>
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INTEREST
Paid   nn   deposit.-,  eonipraiinlpil
Iinir limed yearly.
Pat,! Books  luiied
51
F S BARNARD, Cliaiirnnin
HON  F CAKTKIl-CO'n'ON.CIiiiiiii'i.ii .if Kxi'iiiiive 10
Pj  i-.tlBSOS:   Minwr 1. G. U AINU 1UGIIT sei-reta-v
Gr-,i*-illeM»u-iom Block, comer 11..W,. m.tl Giiuuill.-^^^    •*
Isiletv Deposit Boxes to Rent. Saletv Deposit Boxes to Rent.
•■•V- +»-••
PALACE
. HOTEL
*.*>•
..'Wnkt 't  ismx-
RAI ES 1
(1.00 per ami up.
Special rates to fain
dies and to regular
boarders	
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Board of
Trade meets the third Tuesday
of each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in thc board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday ol each month. D. G.
Dick. President; J. R. J. Murray, Secretary.
I. O. O. F.
North Vancouver Lodge No.
55, meets every Thursday evening, corner Lonsdale avenue and
First street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cot lially invited to
attend. A. L. Clements, N.G.;
Thos. S. Nye, Rec.-sec; J. H.
Pilling, Fin.-Sec.
REDA & ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Second Strut,   •   ■   •   ■   NORTH  VANCOUVER, B. C.
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Uml CUa-ruig, Mump •ml Bulk
Mist mg. hnr» eire near tint).,..
All damage! nmali* nui.I.
KMPIUVMINT     AOIiNCV
and Sl   WaMat of La-mad  )•
P, ti  Box it
I I.
I
)
Jill
luctu.it
___________    "1
111 lioda in Aliui.t. ami ,iai,,jim Kuriii-
uu**, .-1*.i.*. unin . i.m.k md Bar F11-
tiltt-a.   Hepailing 111 ill Ita nriii, i.e.,
171 inllil81. *.. Dal. t lir.ieilielil .ml I., n.al.la
"l*ea*..t* eubuul
MAN. i)Hlihi*> given prompt mention
Water Motoi for Sale
Offers are  wanted for  a
powerful Water Motor and a
oerUiti iiinoiint  ot piping,
kme may In1 inspected at
he uffici- of—
THK EXPRESS
VANCOUVER Business and Professional Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN k CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
City Auditors
North Vancouvei
516 Pender street
CHIROPOOIST
F. G0RL1CH, (Graduate)
CHIROPODIST. Corns.bunions,
sore feet, etc.   cured.      Many
years practice in London, Eng.
Room 54 Davis Chambers
615 Hastings Street West
Hours: 9 to 12 a.m., 1 to 6 p.m.
MAPS ANOBLUt PMINtb
VANCOUVER MAP k BLUEPRINT CO., LIMITED	
Electric blue-printing, dralting,
tracing, city maps.
Crowe & Wilson Chambers, 441
Seymour street Phone iofao
DENTISTS
MU-K.
i Dependable
, Pianos
I KENDALL,  SEWELL k CO.
Chartered Accountants and
Auditors
I Vancouver, B. C.
Victoria, B. C.
Seattle, Wash.
I Phone 1923       P.O. Drawer 765
DR. W. F. WRIGHT
DENTIST
Successor to Dr. Dalby
Bditoi Itipreee
Sir,—Through your minimis,
in The Express, 1 notioi that it
is the wish of the city council
and liu.trtl of trade, also the
newspaper vmi u-pn-sent, tu advertise   Nurlli     Vancouver   as
niinii .is |iussiiiie, .is being the
spm for capitalists lo invest
tlieir money.
If yuu will permit lite, 1 will
ellile.ivui     tu    suggest    ,i    good
pi.in     1  was in  your city   in
lyoh and bought  sunie luls   in
block (17, fruin C, J, W. Piper,
and 1 cxpcit the clearance papers will lie in ui\  hands preltv
soon, so lhat those lots will launder iny name.    After returning tO Montreal, 1 told smue ol
my wealthv friends aliuttt Nurlh
Wim hum 1, and showed llii-ni   a
map ul the Uty,  hut  tu   judge
from the map, unless yuu had
seen   Nortli     Vancouver,    vmi
would think thai lhe location ol
the   city   was   unlv   rocks and
mountain.    Now, what I would
suggest is tins.    Get smne (OOd
maps out, covering lhe    whole
iiii  anil suburbs, su that properly holders nuild explain and
show lu their Iriends, pointing
unt  where  such  and  such  lots
were suld, as described in vmir
paper.     1 am satislied if 1 had
I 1 1 plain map ol the 1. ilv uf
North  Vancouver, I could   get
some wealthy people interested
in your city.
Well, Mr. l-'.tlitur, I dun't wish
at Bargains
Sunn at half real value.
We an- taking many good
in uu"- in exchange lor the
RtLl   VlTONOU
thi KTettetl r.echanical player
ni) e.irtll.
Siiiif ol ihese used pianos
,iie .is nouil as lhe tlay tbey
left the laclory.
To reduce this stuck webave
*. leeli 'I a nnniliei ia| Inrglini,
,,a .uml il upright pianoi lot
$200   $223   $230
«at iinteil to be good as new.
r.rtiis:
$6, $7, $8 htr month
ARCHITECTS
E.STANLEY MITTON.M.I.C.A
ARCHITECT
619 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AUCTIONEERS
033 HASTINGS ST. WEST,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Phone 978
DRUGGISTS
tRED CROSS
DRUG STORE
A.J.GORDON, MD.
53 Cordova Street,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Prescription Specialist
Phone 1053
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' llall, Lor.
Robson and  Granville Streets.
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
REAL ESTATE
Keep your eye on
EAST  VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particulars apply lo
MORDEN 4 THORNTON
Phone 815     -440 Homer Street
OTtlNGAND CLEANING
A. M. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
163 Cordova street west
is the only auctioneer who will
pay spot cash before the sale is
conducted
The only place in B. C. where
work is done entirely to customers satisfaction.
PERTH STEAM DYEING k
CLEANING WORKS. A. Inglis
Proprietor. Phone 756. Club
rates a specialty. 562 Seymour.
PROF. GEO. COWAN, Expert
teacher ol Violin, Mandolin,
Banjo, Autoharp, Zither, will
give twenty private lessons
lor fl Further iniormation
at Cowan's up-to-date Music
Store, 608 Westminster ave.
lorksiiire (iuaraateo k
Miliw Uvrporaliou Lid.
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
lNVE-alilENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgate Manager
nr-alAUHANlb
BARRISTERS
I.1M1TKD
139441 Button Street
McCROSSAN,
SCHULTZ k HARPER
BARRISTERS, SOLICITOR
NOTARIES, ETC.
32-34 Imperial Block
Cor. Pender and Seymour Sts.
P.O. Drawer n 16     Phone 3444
employment agency
THE LABOK EXCHANGE
3 Water St. Phone 3059
HELP OF ALL KINDS
Furnished to employers free   ol
charge.      Phone or write rush
orders at our expense.
Phone 463
M. W. WAITT & CO., LTD.
558 Granville Street
Pianos — Talking Machines —
Music Goods
The oldest music house in B. C.
optician
UMBRELLAS REPAIRED
htl til'll.ele.     K'*l   titling
Opp. Mm IIhIi'I     •    Spei.iiil lalreet K.
J,    VV       IAVI.IIH	
North Vancouver Livery
0. ASM**), .'Bill'.
Fust Den Lifhl Rigi     Tallybc
l.'pl'iini.lf, ml nl l."ii.il«le   I'litiiit* H'i.
Ii BLAND
Home Uiml. Lunsil.ile A\t
F. C. SAUNDERS -
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary
Public. Member of the bars
ol British Columbia and Que-
bee. Room 9 Empire Building, 603 Hastings st. west.
Vancouver, B.C.    Phone 4166
fencing
WIRE FENCING
Farm  and  Ornamental   Gates
Garden Arches, Flower Stands
B.C. ANCHOR FENCE Co.Ltd
43 Pender Street,
VANCOUVER, B. C
baths
Mb AshiTuit Been   '"'l
2 large St. Charles' Cr-.-.ntt.  -'V
Pioneer Bakery
S. H. Walker,  ■   Proprietor
l-'tesli Breld 'laily delivered
Id all parts ol the citv.
20 loaves for t'
JC, per loaf
HIGH GRADE CAM
PASTRY, BTC
PIONEER BAKERY
i'H'i.m 8       71 Lonsdale Ave
full 1 diio/ of Sutton's
I anions J)ml.%
Rolled Oats
Flour
Haij ond feed
Coverhill's Barley Flakes—the
lltM breakfast food. Try a
pachift: 15c	
ALL ORDERS
DELIVERED
nuBrackman Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdale Avenue,
at Ferry Landing
Harry Mitchell, local m«na|jer.
Kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sts.
The only up-to-date and reliable hath house in British Co-
lumbia-
We cure where others l.ul
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plain baths, electric baths,
shower haths, massage for body, scalp and lace; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin, Germany
BR. KIJVG
Gives positive relief to Headaches or Nervousness caused by
eye-strain, and treats all sorts
ol imperfect eyesight.
Dr. King is the highest authority on eyesight in Canada.
All kinds oi optical repairing
done.
UROCERS
CHEAPS1DE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
ALLEN'S RESTAURANT
Lunch or Dinner 25c.
Short orders al all hour!
57 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
All Norlh Vancouver people
eat at
LEONARD'S
muier ii.uk Dunk ui iidst-
tugs slreel, opposite the new
Post Ollice. lAuuaid sells his
lea* by the pound.
O.MO
DR. KING
.433 GRANVILLE STREET,
VANCOUVER, B. C
FOR GOOD SECOND HAND
SAFES, at bargain prices,
Phoue 2447.
PHOTOGRAPHERS
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. W.
Canada'* Grtataat Waatarn School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - - Manager
HAT WORKS
MARTEL'S  STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHERS -
122 Hastings Street Wist,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
The best equipped studio on the
coast. 1'iiuiie 322b
HARDMAN HAT WORKS
- PRACTICAL HATTERS -
Hats  cleaned   and   blocked at
the sign ol the Hat
420 ABBOT STREET
VANCOUVER, B. C.
LADIES'HAIRDRESSINQ
For excellent photographs   and
I salislaction go to tne
IMPERIAL  PHOTO  STUDIO
j Cor. Carrall and Cordova Sts.
I   Family  Groups  and  Baby
I Pictures a Specialty
Cabinet  Photos irom J3.00 up
ilWINl* Ma*»KHINt.»
VANCOUVER SEWING
MACHINE EXCHANGE
ftjl Granville St.
Wholesale and retail dealers  in
Setting Machines and Supplies.
Macluues rented by the week or
iiiunili. Phoue 1487
IntAlr-ti-
PlCTURE FRAMING
MADAM HUMPHREYS
Thc Alexandra   589 Granville st
Scalp treatment for all kinds of
disease. Children's hair cutting.
Facial Massage.      Manicuring.
Hairdressing 25-50
Shampooing 50.        Phone 1000
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest stock ol
mouldings in B.C.to select irom
so when you want Iraming done
cheap and well get our prices.
BAILEY BK05. CO. LID.,
540 Granville and 138 Cordova
CAMERAPHONE   THEATRE
Mechanical    Opera,   Vaudeville
and Ui .una
Program changed every Monday
Any seat in the house 10c.
58 llastiiigs Slreet West,
VAN cul VER, B. C.
WAIOI-lMAKtMb
LOANS
riTiirs wmir
Icon llif Biiihi'sl Paid Mttwl
~~mm
Pitman's Business College,
632 634 63b Seymour Street,
VANCOUVER, B. C.'
The City Loan Company, Sterling block, 74 Hastings st. w.,
K.miiii 2. We 1'ian nn.nt'y on piano*,
liiir.e..i-«rriH||t'., .tiara*-!- reeeiptii, any
peraonal properly, agreemenu ol mIc*
bought, noteidiicounlfd, monay advanced salaried people upon their own
name.
READY MADE HOUSES
THE STANDAKI) HOUSE
BUILDING k CONTRACTING
COMPANY LIMITED
688 Carrall Street
The B. C. Mills
Timber and Trading Co.'s
Patented Sectional Buildings.
English practical watchmaker;
Established 1889
Specialty,   repairing
WOODROOFE,
312 Carrall Street
WINDOW SHADES
North Vancouver Estimates . .
and delivery Iree	
F. W. BOWES 4 CO.,
Manufacturers ol window shades
750 Robson st.
Phone 843 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Nl-'.W ADVERTISEMENTS
l'u nl— l.li n.K.
Card   Board aai [>ad«
High clan alenii-lrt    hr. Lowe
Liquor licenae tnniler *l Uclnnii
Rawaprlngnnderwaar—J .1. McAle»c«
I'ell a,,.ill   alnilier   seta- -Villi. Milling
il.
i.misii.iie iieinhi.-ThaiakiT ,v There.
nil
Under tnarkel i iln   * GlnUbui*|M
Grand la* i avard   Hahor Mi KarUnd
M'.W   SI li\ l'.\    ttl'LES
('"
The corporation ol I.m.l Mil
WllllS t'i   U.l     ..ll.l   till   lllll'ill  ol
I'.. C, iiiinui ipalitiei havi agreen
upon ii11.un |.iu\imuiis nn thi
gUI 1 .illsi- ol  I.ili,I |UI iiiui*- »ilh
ii,-*;"aiia laud lubdiviiiom,
All ski lilies an  to l.i' III.ult  in
duplicate, the propi i nitwit ipal
authoritiei have lull powei to
accept "i in return iketche.t anu
plana,   1'lani an Lu he i naiuin
nl   .it   least   unit*  ill   IWO   Weeks.
.nni inn i.'pi ui tin ikelch is in
in- returned at once with iiotici
i.i approval, aai reanoni loi ti
jcctiun; un approval ol ant
pl.ui, the lurveyor mil at one*
depoiit a skttih ol ilm s.uiii
with tin registrar, loi the gum
anci ni thoie uini in.i\ ui-.li t,,
.sul ..it \ it li-   adjoining   propertt
Tills  ski till  mil   lie  lepl.i, .
,i permanent plan, it-hen the sm
ui is completed; approval   oi
sketiins shall expire al the will
ul the council, date ol inch ex
I'll)      U)     In    i lliltil sell    oil    tin
■ketch, it is in it in. i mom
mended that iketchei In drawn
iu a icale oi ion ui ji.n in i in
the liiili, according to area   ui
suliiliuMuii ami ilnn all travel
led l'u,ills bf .shown llniiii|	
llu- siiii-taiy-accotiipanist, has
received Irom the Ambitious
City itsill, asking the Party tu
sing a lew Welsh selections, antl
to meet the wishes of those interested Uie prugriiliinic will include same.
The Tarty has also secured
the services ol a charming
i uiiug contralto, who has only
jusi recently arrived in this
country Irom Wain, and she
will make lur debut here.   Miss
Trail, u talented young elocu-
tionilt, will rentier two dr.iiu.i-
ik  iniiipiitatiuns.
As the Party has i heavi
siiiiinui programme to fulfil,
ilns mil probably be its mill
appearance here, u it behoovce
tin inin- to mi ii! r I tkket at
niiii. Tin- II. C, l-.lcitru will
run spiiial v.us un that iveiling limn ilu* Ifti), as ■ contingent ii"in \'.iiiiuiiu-r is coming
over, Ticket* cu be obtained
at all tlm principal itorei in
this mv. Thai a distinguish*.-!
audience will be witnessed *ii
ihe Horticultural  hall le he-
\ I | iluiilil, anil the proceedings will in- opened piuinpth
at 8. i.V
NEW IPRING AMI Sl MM Kit
UNDERWEAR
I.ailu-s' white COttU vests, lung and short sleeves, 2 for 25c
Ladies' white cutton vests, lung and short sleeves, each...151
Ladies' white cotton vests, long and short sleeves, each...20c
Ladies' while cotton vests, long and short sleeves, each...25c
All the more expensive lines in finer qualities in stock.
LADIES' SI KING HOSE.
L.ulii-s' COttU liuse in black, Inn and white, IJC,10C and JJC
Latins' line opefl work hose in black, tan ntnl white 15c
Ladies' best Lisle hose, plain and open     ,t,sc ami joe'
MEN'S UNDE1WEAS
We have 1 large assortment ol mea'i nadefwtwr In Balbrig*
gan, merino, fine wool -ami up to the highest quality silk uii
tures at the lowest possilik- prices.
J.J. McALKKCE
KEITH BLOCK
v«
I.O.N SUA I.M A V KM K
PHONE 93
Till-: CAM'S WHAIi'l-
Tin* nm wharf muitli   eon-
SllUltlll   lu   Capt    Cites  I..  tin
misi iii l.iinsil.ile ave, buttling,
•it .1 coit "i >i> , is the nisi
ui in.un siiiiii.u improvement*
which mil ennui.ilh adorn tin
luieslliaie ul    North    \.Uiu.lint
The wharl 111 queitiou  ia   o-
int long ..ml |i leet wide, with -Widenedol Mrs T Allan
LVNN CiEEK NOTKS
A large number ol  viiiton
Men- in the i.illct Sunday,
Cnu. f. Suiith is erecting .1
reiidence lur himself on his pro-
piin <>ii Campbell road,
Boni   On Uarch 14, at   Uh
l.v tin v.illi'i wateiminks intake,
iln  mie ni .1. Kirkland,   oi   I
daughter,
II    I).   McColl  has  pui chased
a piece ul propert) on the Wesi-
nviT ruad, and is clearing it up
preparatory to erecting ,1 res
dence Ihereun.
B.  J.  Down  has dispuseil    ol
liis propert), tinner ut Pipe line
and lluskitt itiails, lur a substantia! figure, making 1 nn
handsome profit uver his original investment.
Last night the Ladies' Aid ul
the l'leslulerian ilitirili held .1
siitiesslnl  "At  llunie'j   al   Un
A
DONT BUY Olir OF IHE CITY
ror &AMI        DOoea        UOltoiNOS        u'imimh
eeAcnrre tvn, th'.*% 1,,,. *.„,!, ■„, nUUic
rinlahing line, Sim mat 0||nr inimn
a mean depth at the outsit
liutjiKl.il \ at low tide ul .
lul.     Tilt   piles ill tile Wharl all
ui teredo prool ruaterial, while
ihe ir.uiieii..ik hai been built especially sllullg.
A  sill.ill  Maielnnisi   is at   pie-
sun "ii iln wharl, but it is the
intention oi the ownei to erect
a him one, with dimwnom oi
loo 1 1" feet, ui galvanised iron.
During the nimmei it is un
derstuuil   thai  th,* sleliiwlneler
Siiithiaaiia will tall twice ilaiK
tl ilu wharl im general business, vvltilt- tlm Defiance, Belcai
ra .unl Britannia wil] alsu likely ni.iki 11 1 port ui call. This
mil give iluse connection iur
Howe Suiiinl and North Arm
points.
YOUNG PEOPLES' CL! H
The   I'ottng   People*'  t\lt\i held
a sissinn ul 1 vu pii',nal inti tesl
111  St. Andrew'i  I'raibylerian
church, Tin vl.11 t.i tiung, in the
lollll  ul  I   man i.     . . log   .,1    ,,
board "i licenw coiuiiiiuionen
Tin*   lm.ml   comprised  \\   C
ill.niinii.  chairman;   tV, Philip
.unl Hin s. l'i. 1*..   Application
was made [01 .1 licenw lo sell
intoxicating liquort, in 1 build
ing iu bi  tiuitil in  Victoria
park.   A. B, Stevin on ip|Mai
ed i"i  Ihi  applicul aid Rw
J. I) lull,uu im ih, iippmiinu
Largi    .unl   influential
Huns iiei, pre* 11!, tt im aenting
both - 1 ihi i|iiesii"n      \
\'i\  learned and lechniial   at-
jjllllunl  1I1 *.i loped II Iii Ila*
iiiiii.111.1 ol iin term "in," and
thc   un nil*-.  ..I   tlu   applicant
.suitiil 1  slimig  p.,iiii   In   citing
iho l.n 1 ih.it, being in Mich ilus,
proximity to the ihurch the li
iitise might Iii nerviceahh ,whee
proceedingi becami dn       Tin
l nl ultimately decided b) .1
majorit) voti that the hmisi
j*liuiilil be gi,iniul
Till-: LENTEN RECITAL
Tin programim ian ilu abovi
Jll  iU I      IH   Vl       Till  *.a|,l\  ,     I  .        llaal'
completed and it i ifi to as
s. 11 ih.it ,1 mon interesting ow
muiii nui in compiled       Tin
W' 1 I   pi  ''    1 ill  tctnli 1   iiiiiiiii
mis 1 lasiii pii-cn, in addition tt
a ii» ui thi it own v
liom noi hi tin 1 iu nodi red  b
.llll      lll'all      III     I  .111,III.I All     III
leri-stiug ie.iimi is tin nuinnei
ui reuueiti which Lewis Koberts
large iiunii was in attendance
and .1 goodly stun was realized,
I'usiiliut Charles Nelson presided at the meeting ol iln
Lum \.illii ratepayers' axaoci
ation held l.isi evening, Fifteen
new members were added, making 1 total to date ol approxi
match rm. Ciiiituillur Wesl-
uvt-r was present, in response to
the invitation ol thi aaaociation
bill   lilt- Other ii\K   represenl
iius mi iv nui present, for
»iuili keen ragreti erere expreM
nl in the remarki ol the ipeak
ers. A lesuluttuti Mas passed
tu the elleit  llul  li lhe B, C
Blectrh Railway Compuy will
stale, in writing, their intention
tu extend lhe tramline tu tin
vallej. the association mil Immediately lake steps lu piuiitri
iln ileating ol the righl ol wt].
iiiiiler the local improvement l>\-
I.im . A committee, comprising
1. M Duval, llenn Worth, and
Pen 1 King was appointed, to
luiiln mill the compuy in tiulii.liter
It m.is Iiii tin 1 resolved to re-
iplest    till-    lllslriit     ttilltliil     tii
meet  lhe dlreiliilS ui lhe Hast
ill."  -hillgle in.ililllai till Illg turn
p.un, with relerence lo cross
ings over the tume, ami ,1 com
mittee ol two, tiaitn-K J, U
Duval and rm 1 King, m.is ap
pointed t.u .nt wilh the iiiiim
in  ihis regal I      Cuiisiileia 1I1
listltssiun   .it ISC   Willi   tcliivne
iu tin opening tip u! a pui tiun
ll lIuMllilllll lll.nl. llllllll M.IS
lllllluli/lll   I'l    last    W.lljs   hiiiii
il but concerning which nothing has Innn 1I..11. .iini .1 te
.iilniiuti   m.is passtil requesting
till   COUncil   tu   lake   lllllll"!:,air
steps to lim, ilu* work carried
iiu. Seviral other matters ul
general Interest wen discussed,
TEMPLE OP FAME
Tlu Temple ol Paine will   bi
iu the Horticultural hall
.11 I'inl.11, April i'i lil The
1 uu is, s.iine sim\ Iii num-
im .imu iinin Vancouver, on
the mu n ui link ferry, and an
eflort will lu in.ule to staii the
performanct al H o'i lock sharp.
It h.r- nui mth populai favor
iiuih in Vancouvei atul Nee
Westminster, Tin ladies ol
Vancouver, who   undertook   .1
hun iiiiii ago tu gin* ilus al
inir in Pender hall, employed
'in   best   talent   ivallnoli   to
ouch Uu amtteuri, ud neither
BIRRARD WOODWORKING FACIOKY, foot ol St. Georgt.
We nulieit a trial I ill .111 mnr Ordan
Under Market Value
in D. L. 273
Lots 14 and 15, Block 8, Double Corner for |l6oo
I-J cash
Lots 19 and 20, Block 10, Double Corner for $14511
[-3 cash.
Lots  21   and  22,  Block   12,   Fifth  Street,   ft)00
1-2 cash.
Lots  13 and  14, Block   IJ,  Double Cornet,   Si,son
1-} cash.
Lots iu, :o, 21 and 22, Block 11, Fifth Streei S750
t-iiih, i-,t cash.
Luis :u nnd 21, Block 18, Fourth Street,  $1300
1-3 cash
These are way Inluw  inalkel prices nnd will nul go
lugging very lung.
S. GINTZBURGER
•LIMITEC-
THK NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
ItS Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C<
I- 11. nox M
III V\\(«IVKR FKRRY Ar TOHER 11 LTD., TIDE T1IIIL
STK. ST. GEORGE
STK. NOKIII  VANCOIVKK
tune, trutilile, nur expense were
spared tb make lhe perform.uiu*
a smiess in even lespecl. If
the people ul Nurth Vancouver
knew what was prepared for
them in this ctilcrtiiitiliictil thei
cuuld not be kept awav from
the hall on the evening when it
is given.
An   agency   lor  all   kinds   ul
powder, bunding dynamite, as
well as i.ips, fuse, etc., has been
secured bv the North Vanconiei
hardware company. Ord.-r- (ol
these goods ill any qilaiHU-
will he promptly Idled.
The   Kxpress   this   week    has
Ihtii   issued   under   difficulties,
owing to the electric Juice being i
ull yesterday ud today, due i<>i
repairs    lo    the    traiistiiKsi m
wires at the Second Narrows.
J. J. Davis was arrcslt-d in
V.milliner, mi Tuesilay. tharg-
ed wilh cashing bogus ilmpics,
some of which are alleged ti
have been left iii North Vancouver.
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9 :
K    ft   * .!.*'.'. 11 Will* IT,,, |.i
i      II J » llnil U'ij
105
KEITH   ROAD
II
miff .if li'iimr Lire!!
VOTIlT. in herein |<TM llml it ||h
nell ineelintr "I llii- llonr.l ..f Li*
MM t'tiiiiniiii.iiiiit'r*' li,r llif Pi.inrt nl
Ninth Vaneiiiiier. I intetnl to apply fur
I tr-uisnv "'. the retail liquor Iium-p fur
liar |T**inl-i*a kia.a.11 A. the Seiniollr
i reek lintel, .iliinteil nn Di.trnl bit
711, iiii Seiiiiimr Ruail, Nnrlh Van. .over
Mllriet, to Jonah B. Hnnn-- niial .lunie.
I.  I i*n*r, nii'ler lli* llrni nan I BafMI
V Lent;, nl th* cilv nl Vanetinver
Dated ilii»:'.,iiiiliiviif Marefa, IIM,
.11 lll.N MelNMS
KEITH KOAD, BLOCK ms,
D. L. »o.
50ft by 133ft bus, to iu- delivered CLEARED AND GRADED, A bbh street divides lite
block instead oi an allev. Bach
lot extends from street to slreel
Prices:
Nos. 1 and 2 together flfoo
4 to ii each     h;s
12 and it together... 15.su
14 and 15 together . [830
16 to 24 each  Boo
Terms: J200 cash per lot
Balance '.., yearly lor 3 yean
at 7 per cent.
Alexander  fr  Townilei)
LONSDALE AVE.
High Class
Dentistry
I haie opened 1 modern, up-to-date Dental
Oflice, in tin I'.il,in* lloiel, in this city, where
will be luiim! ill the latest appliances an.i d
\ 11 i.s (ut cariving un a High t'lass Dental I'r.u-
iiu All work iinin- In this office ii covered bj
a Protective Guarantee, giving the people ol this
ut\ an opportunity ol having their work done at
huliu, alld alsu al  \,un uilier prices.
Note thc Prices
Full set ui teeth S.s up
Gold Crowns    Ij tip
Brldgework    S,s t.
Gold Killings     $i up
Alloy l-'illings     Si up
Extracting (painless)     jot
Consultation     Prei
Examinatioa     l-'ive
DR.   A.   M.   LOWE
GRADt'ATE PHILADELPHIA DENTAL CiiLLl-'.c.l
Hullls i) 11.111. tu b p.111.
DIMS
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10.41  "
11.1s "
11.41    "
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•Nut on Sundav n"ii Suinlayn milv
THIS TIMK TtHi.i-: sri-.na"|- th fiiASu: WITHOUT KOTICK
^^WW^WWV^
REAL ESTA1 *   DEFT
Fur Sal- — -Tin' Urgeel  list tu chin*!' Inn,
l.uts nu.I   H'ui-ks  in  nil ptrti "1  tlf t'ily
ninl Dinritl.    Ilutisis un siiiull c.-sli |niy-
iiii-nl.   Ai-i't'Ogu in city itiul ilistricl
Special oiiporiiinjii - for inveetiuenl n«w,   Iiei
vniir Inii^niii- wilh us fm- i|iiit-k -uiu
RENTAL DEPT.
lolly's,   l-'lilts   llllll   Stiirus—;l uu nl   .-i'l, ot illll  ilt
ri-asiiinililf rt'litiils.
LOAN DEPT.
We have ipplicatiomfor leverel linnson tlic*
beet lirst mortgtge Motility in sums ul J.r>0()
to $10,000. Intern! 7, 8 4*9 pei per annum,
Irwin 6 Billings Co.,,,,,.
Cor. U.iiM.lf Av .n.i.Hi si.       Sn-iii i.iii.iuv.r. lie I*:, ii. i
THE NEW STORE
With llie spring cuiiies llit* ilemainl lur lighter iiiuli-i-iveai. Our ilisplav is nnnannlli ii
tract iw, The variety is pent, Including
ilu- un limit, atul viiryiti-* in weight : - ,i
nice nii'i'ini in a |)iiiv wool Caahuifrf, Tin
priies l 'i ate the lowest kitoiin:
Double   iii'.ul l'leinli Bailbriggu  •»«
Open  liiesh "        6j«
\i-tv line Urrino, plain and laini  sliipe Uii
Ami a greet many otken which yuu mil ,. i
in mi  tlisplay window, up lo  1.35
Orders keep coining in lor sltiIs. Kelui'liilief
il lakes ,\ weeks to git one ol these suits, so
nui shuuld Order low ami have it reed)
when sprit)}; opens    Sn>lo5"i
CUMMINGS
• iiiii-' furnishing!      BouU ami Dlioee     ('lolliing
MRXI To Hi UN'S' HEAT UAlKBT

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