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North Vancouver, B.O., Tuesday, Octohbr 86. 1910
Number 3]
REGULAR MEETING
OF CITY COUNCIL
Hi- Worthip M.,1,,1 Mai anal all the
aldermen nei*,* preeenl a! lael even"
Ing'   nn'  in*.* ii' iIn* *ni oounril,
I I luinliiii. .il -   nail   uel*.* :
I'l'iin ih.* * in a ngineer i-Ui11l" thai
hi- nlli*.* I..* rnlarged to ,-!■ ■-..iumi*..I.i.-
ill' l '.'I'll * *   I  *       "I     1*1 'I* I'llll
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Ua.ll-   anal   AM,   .Nnilli.
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llial  le- mul.'  t I  thai    I ii   ■ n
ni" i had ■ fi red   a, pm  tha Mil i
u.ni in ah*    emetori   i tl I.'i* n i"i
*-''"".     11   Ith    I I     "I*'            Ill     I'Va' a.i     | *.'
paj| a, II'. I I'. .'lll'l |a|.a|.aa ,[ |,a
I'll ll.ilt nf 'Ila* TOI * *,i I' paiii illg (hi*
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I-'   ni I   'hau  propnrl f   il il
aol   * I ■" A ih   < n.i would
ihl    ill,'    11, aal.
till.      M.Vi-h      -Ull      ho     llial    |„al    -,*l*
Iiiiii   iln* iniiiieil aaiiihl mia'pt   ihis   as
ill,*   i.'1'ai'l I ,|   nol   lae   kept   ilii'.Hl  Iii
l'J   pel*   a*a n   .
Tin* a ii ii . i reported ihal in com.
piin n.ili other memberi aaf iha* conn.
. il li.* h nl taken a*. u ate level    md
f I       'la  ll       'il,*        I   ,.l'a*     I    I
11.It pai avni. mi .an airi ige and   18
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ai*  ,*\ 1111i11 -. 1 i..11   ho  haul   lound   ,*l   sail
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•linal,*  th,.  | * i   |... a i i a. ainl
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■ ii'iin** .* thai  had   hi"   n
in  h nnl.
I     in  lln*  -u[n*niilftii!.*ii!  nf    :. mii i
imi  m**i it   reform   n t ii
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a.f    tha-   VO  a'l
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i J i   I hi   the l.i.i ■!-'■
I   i.liiini   -|..I * I ill       aiiil       III .i  **       allll
ami    ilh*     al* Hull   ii* ■ It I* lil
i.f   |*i,ai m* nil   police    •   llml. I
a!i in ' .I,,,nh| |.,* ail.;, I t,, ,*| loll.ll
In     i ,ail   lh      il
, i-i,,n ,,i ih i
a  I,*. ,u   In   th,   Court  ,,f    \|1
paal,   \.* ini*i   i*,* would ■
till*   a,(i* lal  n '  II 'I    hli''      laa
|it|      Ihll     |||     |      II '  iamtlll--ia'IH'l-
iii all iiiiiii.i ipalitie    I hi li* 'I*" i"l
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ile* iane m innoi a- a me} or,   raeve
|| * la*a|.
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in   all   mum i|*.ili'n*.   ihould   alio ''■
■ I■!   lhe iiunii" ip.il   i ■
V    *   ,i,|   moral rttorm the  'a*
|   n .,-     i   kul   In   J..a —   H|""tl   lha'  l',alh,ll
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|l      |,1      ilia'     II     alll      I,,     ilia       I
, lal aa .ii ..a **i .1.*  i lii ipality,  l"1'
lh ,i , nl ..ii ..I iiii * rimil il
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gi      a   ■'        || li.l'IlL'    Ul   •■■'I'll'l       'h''
lmai.,1 ..f th. . Iti ami ihll • hihllen
 hi     Pi  ■<
fl.,111 -llaall     .*\*.'|.t       llitll
,'.i   Ihn ih,. provincial governn* nl
ul in prm ide lor an Injnnetl an
I.lll      |» II* ill/Ha*      "11 f       I'
n *.| lm iiinn.mi   pnrpn I
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Inlin    in   mi len    nf    li*     I mai  lh a'
llnl    ihould    Im*   i*ii'   I I    Hllll      lllis
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aiii     ' ' "I**   .in   lhi*     I
,.] mill..      I I    ,11 ll, I' ll   II
Ml       Vi      II". T     w  I      I'a     klaaill
m| 'i i* i"' * "ii'l '"    Ivi n .*"
lhe   I'.-plnti nh   nh".     treei   eiravi
linn- wen lieing carried on hy ihe
i-ity.    Mr. Iloirg saiil communication
llllh hi- mail Ili'I's sl or,* wen (Tai''ti''nl-
ly ,* t.
Mil. MiNi'i-h "iil.l lot prninis,' any
liiini; ilelinite lint iinllhl iln uhal he
Mild, ll iia- refi'irnl In the MgineW
nml llnniil ol Worki,
I'ln' Board ol   Worki   recommended ,
hau   the   I.iilnnil,   trail lm repaired,
ihai ih*   in paj RS8 as ii- propor-
lean ud thai the diitricl be uked lo
iln the worka
Mil. Sehultl uns nf ilia' npiiiinii llml
lhe all-Ilia I ihodld iln llie inula,* Ill.lll
soll.'S a- il uns undor (heir jlll'a- ll
linn nnal tiny uere l.,*i,.*i'ii iii,.- In   tin
I, in communication! provided le   lhi
ni.
lid, liuin -aiil that lh" mallei li nl
been decided belore and this uas onl)
rarrying Into effect that whloh hid
ben |ii*i*vi,iii-li* agreed upon,
On motion "i \ 1.1 Irwin nml to
\,*i-li ih* reporl ua- adoptaid,
I In' lira- ami lighl iiiinmiiiio recoil
mewled ilmi ■ itrell light lie  I'!,*,inl
ll  th in.*i* nf IP li -liva'i ami   Ma
haati \ii'. The report wai adopted,
One li'tl'loi ua- rea'oileil fnr '"
...nl-   nf   mill   uni'il   f I. alll   It.   .lelllinl
, ih,* rite ,af 14.38 per cold. Hie
tender wii icoe) 'a.l
\ I,tt.- ua- received tmni C, V.
.ink-mi raying that he would nol in
ahl.* in lender aan lhe lewer pipe  un
1,   -*   the   linn*   uai     , lla'llileil.       Aa-eiim-
panying Ihii wii • iwonunendalina
Iron the engineer thai the tlnebe el
tended in neil Ma,mini, li wn M
cepted,
The iaai nuill.* linancial report!  win
1* -nil     and     an ri'pail :     I'lllaill* ■'.  Bt9
Board .af V..A. BMSM, Wil rwo k-
Ciannniiiia 17,779.47.
V  In i ni  providing lor the regula
iimi nf boxing in the citj  e i   te id
nil iaa, il|j   idopted*
Ii   providn  ihal  every  application
loi  i li, n- ■  h.ill be examined :ii"l ap
|n.,l,.l nr ill l|apl'i.l.'.i nf lal thi' I'hi.'f
nf   Police,   thai    iho   liaen-a*   ha*     h all   Is*
Ml and thai every offender shall he li
,1,1,*    a, ,,  penilt)   "f HO,
A detailed itatem nl uai- rabmitted
**t ill iha* I.    propert) in ll. I.. -71
*,* Mi. A St. 0, Mamma i 11 ami lor iihi'h lhe ,iii i i
I..H'   an  rater in aa negntl iin,ii-    to
i ..I*, ll I.a*.     ll    III •    i.I'oII'ihI   |,a   tin-   i'ill
,i reporl on a- to local hn
jimvement, * ** i aiml the ipporth ninn
aaf    lh I    111   nrt   laat    llllia ll   Ulll   U
K. Ill-Ill la-al   hi     lln*   | all I - lia-a* III*    ill *   rill
and   I pening i.f ili.- Imm,     In
I... J Inprovemnt met will hiipnaa
over i period aaf 'Jn
Ferry Terminals
at Vancouver
A NEW SCHEME FOR PERMANENT DEPOT
McNAUGHT PRESENTATION
The -nl'-* riplloni in tin* fmi'l -nn i
aal   In    -nine   ■■(   t It.- I.iill.'   Lii-im—
i I  the 'ii   lor  the pim
■ h .um.: lo Hnve Hi Naughl on •
llllll   frnin   ll a-l    ll   -anno   lan.li'li'
f.,iiii the n|ipr.-i iniiaan In the lili'in-
..f  tin* . n   ami ih-linl nf  Nnilli I an
.,an,.i nf hi- eadnvon ti oonnectinn
-,.mel* ni hi- .iiiaVai.ii- in coooection
uuh   ih,*  ronetraetion  aif ih.* Mooond
\ aiinu .   In ni   I      i.        .* nlili    la'lllllL'   in
'   I   I'i'l   I ii ll   all   allinilinl    ill
ii f iln* -um anticipated, In thk
I..   |ni   a«t   uill  lake 1 III"'
borate lorm than il Ural iugge«ted.
I ha* im il irrnngenonti f"i ih.*  pn
  hai t I«tii decided upon
i,*i Inn ii i- luggeited ilnn ti l»
in i*l.*  a    an Informal dlnnei gim im
lal* a|   (llel)     aa,|    lln'    laa la*'       *,|llll
Th,, li i   m i" be loaad ii ima-i nf
■ in* pablla office. In the • It)  eti  lh
>lla      '    ' l.li      l*iinli'   "'
i ti'iilniti* ti. the lund
all     lllial   a    ll   '    b]
li iii- i Ived nn  Iiitiii.il in tl.
INSPECTOR'S VISIT
ttlnl.   ||     in  hmill   lm   i ..ileal ihnt
il inliiiaiii- previlling il tin
\ all,'i      . hool    nre  gratifying    III    ihl
Inllo-i  an ,* nf th,* i.i in ii a -,i  i,
niiilili  I., -ai.l that  the Valley i- -ka
im  it-a-li proud  in  ih"  mn nf pro
a_r.—i.,n  llM*g  the "'h,ani  an* ■
i    i lm i   nf a ih nlnlinn.
.1.    |1.    'allll-.   pUblil la**"l      I     I
piid the Ville]   * hool i rlell oi ttm
day ami ..a I.   man   latid I
jal, *a.|it   Illla*    aaf       ll*      l.l|'l    * I' a I      I •'
ll', ll.l 111*.*     tlnll     llllllllli'l' I     lh ill   lii'i
,,..|    ,    n   a   ai .*.|in*ii*a* lhi' inrk
, I... -.oihor beyond  one  '■
ihai ii other lm I"' "'il i"''  '" '"'
a,  ami.n.lm'.' "im.'ii
l,i fa il he mil i" .I*,    tl '!"■ I"
• ■!„* ii na II    Hint
*,l with ■ lilt   ittwlaa I I
nil   ii   u i      a,,,ti  ,*inl,lit   fi.alii   'li"   ll
Kit ,,(  nth i    h il I" i powi i   ""li'll
I.a     llll***]      III     ill"     M'l
ll"      h.i     .H
,•       a,,|    I        lal        Ml '.llll WlW      I'i'l '    J
proper action lowied n lh i Ini   tn
]"ill.lie-  I'ofi-relli'o  uns  mail-' ll   lie* te
gular tuntiag nf tha Board ol I ndi
Inst Tiie.ilay evening hy Mi. A. B,
Billing! in a sa 'homo iii provide par
mm.nt terminal laHllthe lor ihe  lei-
11    |,IIS-,*II*J"I   sell i*a*   nil   llll*   lull nil'. 'I
-ule uhiih is high.y dmrving  nrloui
aialisiileinliiin    liv    tha'   l'ate|i,tia is    nf
North Vancouver,
Itl'iolly   stali'il    lha-   -' home   |i'n|i .-.'-
lhat  ll -nitllble silo,  nil  I'nueil sliaet,
iii n location in a direct Iin ven the
present felly appriiaehes In" | nnHmd
ami lllal frnin this pinpot'ly 11 stii|i
aif  Innil  snllii'ionlly  ui'le In I  iIliIii
nl uin iii. purchand in oonnw lhe
propirty with the preeenl bny   tp
|iriillihi-.        That    lipnll     lhe       I'iiiVell
-tiai't properly a lin,|iliiiLr I noted
uiih rainblt iccommoditlon lor tick-
a'i office, ticket talker, wilting   noM,
"iii'i'-iniis    (in lie   III    lay   lhe   (a-rry
directon) etc, 'Ihai Iron ihi- hnihl*
iiij,' nn nioihoail rnailuai )n- Imill
right nuay In lln* (arty limit Inti Innj.
-a,  inii-liiiiietl   that   ji,*i--enL'eis   .niihl
embark   or  land Iron either aleak  nf
ill."  fa'l" l   -loallla'r-.
Bona iif tie- idvantaagm daimd fnr
llli-   -a ll.llli-   ,*|li"   a-   fnllnll-  |
\   uoll  li|i|itoil  nml   11111111111:1111   -af|.
guirthd iiveihoiid roadway wiild l»*
|.'if.*.*ili -ad. nl all nme- ami would
nia I-anna' ihe objectionable foatma*- nl
th,* ordinal1) rabwny which i naititu
ihal   |,a--oiiL.'ors nnisi   tuk.-  ih.ii*   nan
.Inllll   through   an   llliilo. ^lllllllll     lllllliel
aiiel up aL-iin 10 lh'1 inmninii whirl
level tint i- md fin all pilrp.ises. ll
iiaiiihl oii,., iii,*'i alaaali-h all dllgW nr
niipla■■i-aiiliio-. ariliag fmni eilh r ih'
railway tradm or from team nmi
aalh.*i ha-ain irnllia . Th ■ fn' I llnl p i-
-.'iiL'ii- uaiilil Im- alilr tn a-nter nr
la*ai.*    lh.*    fa ill   limit-   nn  i'i'!.        the
i.i.'ii.i in the iipis'i ih'ok uniilil providi
liiiim*- fa,r   ti'-i   ainl   .in,nil   . Ill-s
paanifar ualii.. uhen thi' Un
the fan ti an i'.' it jinio ihai -uah iliin lion It ill In* inn.nlu ii ■!.
II ii -1 mi. ii f   an  overhead
inaiilual iilll In I'liw.-ll -ll,."t unllhl
ilinli-li a.ma* ami (nr all the ni" men
aa-iia-es   iit   pr-esoni  oi|.'iiem>(l in   ihal
lerry   puengm   nra. ranpelled   io
mak.*   tll.-la-    uai     In*    snme     :\i    ,,a .
iloag poorly liulmsl iod poorij kept
-Iroi't-.
I ha"   Ola', llaill   nf   -|l,*|i InII-   allll   .llli a*
■in, fortv   toiniinal- nn  I'n*,* I    I
Would  e-lahll-h   the  (a'fiv  np.H UM * '
lhe Imdlng rtrwti nl Vinoouver end
in I Iniiitinli aln-i' iii, in t'olalinn laa
the  hll-int'ss   aonlie llf     lln*  "ill*.        In
point nf fn. i tin' locating "i th   drrj
liiuiiliiHj   in    lhi'    p,isiii,.n
would  probably hin   the    < ■     ti
Inlildilijj    up    ii    hnsiness    ei'llliv    nil
al i   lln- ferrv ipinriors  uiih  th ■ r<*
-nil thai ihe neighborhood would be
come n hnsy, iv.'ll lighted md al te
iiie lonlity which would do • greal
iii'iii tn popularln the ferry nm e,
The ,'iik.iiinni nf thi- -a In nn- I* "iihi
lil^ouise I'-iniilish a aha-a* nUtionehip
la.'iiarn tin- Vancouver -y-l.m nf lhe
11. C, Electric Railway Compuj an.l
the ferry -yst.ni. 'lie* Powill slr.vl
Knee nf ihe ll. ('. Blectrlr Ballwa)
t'l'inpini  alread)  nan along ihi- m
linll nl Iho  -li,sl   ami il   Unllhl, lh, I,
Iod,  l»'  a   ion   -ini|i|o  mall.'l*  fa.i I h,
''niiipnn.v in mak" a ipeelll leature ..
lerrj tralli'*. hy plicarding Iheir mn
a- fa-irv nit- ami poeaibly In      akin|
-Ila h   iitln*i   proVilion   lis  Unllhl   all' '
-|«" ial fan ilili.-   tn paliaan- fmm   nil
 linns  nf   llio rill   ulli,   ||ll"lll   Wilh taa
reach the lerrj m vin nni in ilmsa*
raming Inn lhe (amy ulna mighl wieh
tn   lain h   anv   sa*. tiiin of    I niiniiiioi
ui'li npeditlon.   H\ opentingin a-* n
juu* Imn uilh lhe llml iailii.il -i-
l.m ihe n.lviitilaoi- ttam lh" ailveilas
ing anil a,l li. r l.n.'lii- uhnh u,,nhl
naliiriilly in a tne would matfriallj n-
-ist  in pnpilllllllag  Nnrlh  Van'nin an
ns n plan' nf ntUemn tar ikon hit
iiiL' inlaia-ts in  \ nil", imi.
ll lhe pi.-, nt 'imo the pt.,|.i|.
niiieh ua,nhl I.- ini.aliasl in i'ii-
- In nn* i iitiini|nni,i| anal prim
-In.nial   nan  lie   (niinii i.n   liii/li,    nl
ihanifh than na rfgn thit eoaJUioua
in ihis n-.|... t  may «i,on l»' 'liiiin;,.!
The -* Intno is ,*no tn lilli, h   ilie l„
oiiliani'isl  lalno  in  lieu   nl lh.-   fnlni-'
rnpiirna-«iit. nl lhe ferrv nrvht
■M il a arriiil inlo Art, ,ni .I-1   '.
imli. maid iimi ihe hin ,.iini'.n.i  ..
iipyini.' a i I  vnliiiilnV |hi-iIi.i   i,
'III'   a'll.llalajonil-   njsl.iliatn   aaf   a   f,• I
rv   -i-l'*m  iifi.in   ii verv    I;,,
(lllla-r sahi'llla- lllllllll lilllilllll s- plan,*
,'!•  |H , ,*  fin   imlneatl,,!,*   mail-   llli    h*.
Inle-i  piaa|aai.iiinn hn» in il   th-   p.n
|mi tiliii-   uhiih   unllhl   ni.iki*     tall' jl tla*
pmvi-inn   Inr    a   fa-m     11 itin  ni   ti„*
L'leiiti -I   iniio.nitnile nml a i. in    - r
lii-e nf  thc must ultra. ii'<   I
,11 fntiiii' tlnn-.
THE POST OFFICE QUESTION
North   Van unin,   through   the   innl
 i  nf  lie*  Hi,nnl  nf   I i.nlr.  i    Inking
iln- Dominion govrnnannl loi tie' pui
rhn-o ,,f ii  -ila' aiiil  iho "-i.ilili-hmeiil
nf ii general poet office  in   thia
Every citiien with ile* ilighteit   graii
nf Intereal In In- hm m eoncun la
tho Idea ami i- uilinn* I,, ,*ii,| ni ih**
effort, in a - aiiii|i|i-h tii . .l,-iii,| , ml
llovolnjinii'lil-    III    llll-    lar      nn. Ill    Inn,-
his'li   fnr In ..ninii;   In   lh -    Imn'   IiiiiI
lh"   Imnl   poll   Office  -Iiiiiiii     h,    la-l I,.
demanded In  iln- depart mi nl to • n
rum Imiliei etpenditure Id Korth V in
COUVer.        Ill"     a ■ aliil* Inn. Ill     nf     llio
poet office linn** -rn	
ninli-lalnl     lha 1     ilia     , iia '-    ,| um
were im. tailing aan deal ,..,,. „ni| 11,.<
ih,' poet aallia.' lUthnrllie. were -
in in.-i i   a'l uai * ii jll,  damandi   ra
pilli'il   I'l'ntll   lllll      ,,     Hi,.    In    th,    ,*,.
l'ii— nf lhe .in.     To n'.i nn  iho .1.*
-ilo.l .11*1  III Milina     i.aia u,th  lhe ,-lal,
li-lnmnt   nf n  poa|  ,,tli,-,,  it   i-  M< *■
sary thai feet}  ■ a'i/i'ii -Innllil pl|  In-
-Iniilhlii   I.a lln* wheel 1 nil ill III ik
iin; ii concerted demand bul in pie
hil' tli.- buiinm nf th * ]..* al poii  ,,j
li."  al   a   -1 illalaril   th il   mil   ,,f   *i ,*|f
demand    additional   aiiiimmoil i i. n
li   is   the  opinion  nf  n nj  that  ii
ati'ii . iti/iii. uh."tliar I i* -h.*  were
engaged in buiinei   In 'In- * ti or in
ivei   i- "iil'l a ink*  II*'
1.    I..  .1,.   Int.im --   mi     In        *'
i.f   tin*   Iri'a-I   sii li   ns   Inn ui |   -i ,niji ,
pOating   li'ltaars,   paltal   a .I'h I        il.li - Ill
■ In   ii hn -mall   mitten   the   total
wonld ho -mpji-nia; ule ii reekomd np
it    h    Md  af  lie* ia*u   .ami  ii u   ihai
lhe Board ..i  I inl.* h
' a.lllliall    aa*     *,,    ,*,,||f,*|*     » i | |,     ill,*
in,- am tin- gaertloa iif hrttei f .* i
III    it   i-  an  Opportan   tim hai    all
iha* , iii.'.ii   la, rontribati lb ir indivi
ihlnl  ani   in      nnilli. niii..   .,m|  , M! ,r
ill*.'      llll*    Inalll     |aa.-l     .allin-    llH   all |
llll-   U;il ,
RATEPAYER'S ASSOCIATION
WILL NOT INTERFERE
(111    a*.■mint   aaf   al   nther   Slllllll      111
tend inn ll i na' oonniiI f
iln* Iial,'|i,lot.' V ociation "f thi-
'in n*olvcd not in iatarfen uiih
the itiy's action m adopting 'lay
l'i|»'  ia.a   ih.* propoied   wwer  lyel	
Into.       Ml.    .1.   \.   MaA.ii    uas    pri.
out ani i* hi ** i-*u- *m lie* III,illis   'i" I.ii,I,*.*   lhat   the  . in   ua-   Link*
ii *   i in  * i    i.i  ai a   idopting   *"i
he alleged  ll  u.i*    In*   ran
itIL'   -a'UI-l*   |H|».   nf   lh.*   .1 n .
Hh  ii     "a n   ..ii   S nl illillll    Ilat M      M
\ in  i. ai in. lm..I in drop tlao ''      i
I.lll      ll *     Will     I"   I' llall      I'l   I    I     111 III - "-It     "II
re "i'l U -I.i'in.' 'h a' lie '■ '"'tl are
tiiikiii^   lh"   mi-lake  i.f   il   .i   ..■•■
I.i    Ii i" ii    . imp   it* 'i
at  l*a-t.
PROPOSITION TO CHANGE
CEMETERY LOCATION
Tli.'    novMMfil    looking    to    lhi
cIiiiiil'"' uf lln' loMCkm 'if lh-- Nt>r li
Vanroiivi>r ramtttf) which »;t- m-u-
nitcil bj not nf Hi. , i.
' ■  ll.'l.ll     f;|\ll|      Willi     tilt'
" 'n i imi.;.'-, Ki n n ii ii. ■< ting «»f
li.   'in ■•• Qtativi - from mu Ii   i i W
r«M ii iiui f iii 'i      ;
1   \ !     |l"llll\       llf      IC MIMIIII Illlill'J -il. h       I
■ h ui  ■■  iii  lli.' ril\   .inui il  n   u.i    . ■ n
rail)  .!■ 'i'inl :i* l«' iu .ti il..- I'
nl tht ' in.   Ra< li "f tl.-  i    n
"' i i' ■    M ill  reporl   ii Btr i nun n
datiom   lo   their   i
whan   it   m  nin-i prol ablr ili i\ <  D
i  linn   will   n I ,li.
Bridge Location Approved
Reeve McNaught Scores Another Succeu.
a latefraa  Ud '■"■■m tam J,
V VI. Sangkl nn Munihiy "l'i'1'. that
tin* h.anu,,n plan- bl Utt—i H .'
r..u- Uttp hau' Un n|'|""i'il I"
ih.* Itiiluiu I ..mnn--1.>ti unl thnt the
 i,*  l.iu,*- llnnun  iihI.ii   riim.ilnil
I,,i Nnrth Vinenwn
lln-   il,*ln,timi   lium   lhe    llililiiill
I ,,l,nni-.II liila'litll      lelllaile.      th*
In-t   I,uii',   li,    ho  bridgi   |al,,la-l   nn.l
a" n  I'"-'"""  "eh
ihal   in.ii'.i-  , hi l»   |an-h,il a,n   ui'h
all   |mi..iI.I.'   ,i|a..liti..n   I	
inm
M'l.l Ml.   IH.-IHin  (HIN' II
MII. IIM.
ill    111.*.*'!!!*.'      aal      'ha-     ill-111- t
DOW il   mil   l»*   I.   'al   a,ll    II,in-ii,! Oil*'I
mn.       The    11,111 illtual   ,.|   tin I.- i.
'ti.ni   tin*  a nl   in n   , hatiL*,*  tin- 'I .1*
Iniuol.l
I.i). it I' DASI I
I In    al.i    la.   I«'   fllon   III    III*    lliem
l... ,,t th. I li. ll, I'. in lie* ll.iiii
.nli.mil llall ..n I Imnh-itu inf .*ieiiii*L*
|.,*.,nii-e- 1" Ih* a 111,a-l Ml ' * I W '''
n...mlil, alinit lh.. I 11.11.1'. ilmi"'
i- an aiiniiiil ''vm nml bring -" Um,
a nal. nun   i«   |mt   fiillll   In  innke    il    a
-I'I.-liiini evening.
i. I' tl, T.
Ta nm ana ,u   th,* nlinie  lodf
no*  ihrii npawilng night,    lh.   pnH
ni.*  ii.i n.il  in j,,in III lhe Inn "I Ihl
llnlh.ueVn   - ui pi.-.-   night.       '■ "
niii-n .  Imli*,|,|,I,*  ninl  i,*li,-hm*n'      " III
ordei "I Ihe t" Ill
Among   other   itlrirt i   ''■
|*i*a   I  illl   a     al     ah    In.ii   a
liailnl   llllll   lun   -a'lan tn.n-   lal   ''*" S'orlh
\ am inn.a   S. I I   .,i   M
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Mi-    Ma Lean  ha-   i.tinn il    If'"  I"
nnilnial    iinailiiin    ainl    InkN   nl'  '"''
'a.       . t ea»'.
C. P. R. CONSIDERING
OVERHEAD CROSSING
thn Nnrlh \ n ri i hn) dl * '■"> »
aammiiBiinliini    f>■ >m    ih,    I Wadilll
.
th,   ltl'|HII|.       lh at    ll ,<l   U* Ii     in.I'l,
I.'hllll,   laa   a   * I"-* a|lL    a.f    ' ll- -.
il   the \ an, iiiivii   ,i|,|,i,,,i. h  lu   *
•I* k.    lln   r.'ju. -■ wt.it i,-n   in .'I   I
a     ah.,    ,.,    .,. n ia*.|'i.
■ iiii'-i in "ii'tha a.l * in  aii^* ...
I I '      ta*|'lv    'h taa|    ,
WU   lhat    tha*l   "Hara*   flli, |     a
i i»ry  ' .
IiiiiI   in  i.aiila*ni|ilalia,n   .,   	
tl   llie   UUV   aal    i a
■  a. «n   bring n 1'
■ ho   'in/.n    ..(   North    i
I I Ifh       tlf llla'liaim       ■•!    lh
bonrd,     "1 ha-   ...niiiini.i •.
hi    I"    In-    l"U     g| i'il
'" i.-iia■■■■* "in- haii*. lUadii.
imi  dnaga   ii   ihi   I'm
I-     I  l|.     I.l|     *.  ,
In   Milm ,1  *   aal   ||,ON    A   .      I
lall.ai    ,,[    M,*..,.      Tm    k      '■
lhe   regulai   im.ii*'*
hi
Miting
*    '       M* Hall    a,l,a|   ttlllllllia
BOARD OF TRADE SOCIAL
lie-    -an ml    ami    niii-inil    inning
Uhiih   lha"   It. lnlcl   aa|  'lliiil,.   i-   _\ \„_   ,,
tmk  li"ie W..In.* .lm   mil Ih. ii   n,.»
dapnri Irani the n-n.il rantini ordi i
"f   tin*  It" u-l'-   ;......-.-. I nra-.       1 In*    ..1.
jr.'! aal 1 ll." WlMllIn—| i- ,, laiiii
'* geU   '    'I'   |   -"a l.li   Hal    I.ai    l|,o   Inn
poa .af beroaing belle* irqnithled all
lit,   m. inUi     ami   I li.i ■   I.inula. \.
• ttilihil al-.a Hill l»- -,,mo i.l lh, I..-,
niii-i.al   ial, ni   ,,n   lhe   Ninth   Sh,ire
llllll    llli-    Hill    laa       lalll"!   Ilnlaal  |„    -,„ |,
ai   nun,Ili'I   n.   I mill,,'   all   lh     in
"    iif   th,  -ai|»,ri,nm    iif    tin
North  y am niiii I    uti.t..
lln* Nanth Van*mn. i I'm Hnnd will
|ilm   lh'.. aiaanl .h.,rii.,-.
will he a'lantiilniliil hv tlw North Van
■ iiui't Mil.* Van ,* I I,,*, mnl i* i|,,
fuel ,ma"   nf   Mr. Pany   Wnnl.      Ni--
M* Donald, ■. . ul] troa Toronto nnd
ti,,ii ,i |.im iii.-nt i,*.i.|..iat ,*n iln- -i.l,
nf   'In*   lnht.  uill    ainanliii:,*   |  f.u   ..
la- tl,,n-.      Ml--      VI. II	
|ili"hma-nl. in the inn-a   a! I
eriilly kniaiin Um  the fn,l   thai   -h
' f■ ■ .in iim Toronto Coonr. i
laall   aaf   Mu-|,    H|lll   a-l-,|.t |i .11 ll   Ililllan*
\f'a*r     ill,   'a.n'.tt    I*      I-    |.|.  I
In.l.I   n   .l.m <■
CITY AUDITOR'S REPORT
I, ipli   and   lli-liiit-etm in.   fnr   ilm
r, i bom -i  i-i. I'.'Hi. m
>.-jiiniii«*i Mth, I'.'i i
NT.
iSDREf'H  AMI CALEDONIAN
-in il ITS Ii\m I
III   ,11.' '
Pitied    I'"    II   HI.a.I    ,,, 1**1   llll,
la-   gin-ii   i'  'i*    IIiiiiiuli'iral    Hull
■ ni ih.* en i in.* ..lli
■iikI.i   the   nn.|,i,   i.f th.
ah   w'l   an I   I .il.ah.i.i
ll.l   'I   'III        Ihll   Hill   I'M.'
men) hai  lh  ■■ populai
iii ii tl.. ..... wide
■    I.nl t   ahatevM
'i n Inrire
lill 1 ll'l-
•1'iiia*    lit,   I,, h    in    hniiil.
ail   1 III      Tloll-llivr     ...I
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1 *    ' "lln iiimi—
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IM           i;..'l
nni         B.11
IW        .tn-nj
im-    MN.1I
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i'.'i"  .       w.'.Nii.n'.i    100,987.71
■ tu       	
■ia
Wnler mii"- 	
tjm.%
Police  it Iiih-     	
ii,:t,in
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ll'al.lll
1 '1 ii aii..ii grant Iran t.ai*
eiiinni.t
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ti, t:ii.'.Li
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moo.oo   ttIM   2:1.;.-.
1 n in*
17900.00    HMO    it'.i.'.i.'i
IIV.MIM Al
It ii »ill l«. imt.I with it.
I.*   min)
I* ■!    t....k    | I I* *     "tl     Mill* .   .1
i     la      Ml VI I,'.    I
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iaoo.00 ing.it   umjs    u,7a.7i
Ta*in|Hiinrv    I..'in.    i'miik   nf
ll.   \    V
...,   Uniil,   l.i'  n . '" 1*1
M:i..    inf.
DI8RI i;-i Ml NTS
II*. ml. ill    ai     ll.     Hank   ill
British  N"
'
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■*
tl *       .*,
u . |",MI i.'
I., it 71
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I'.I.Ila       ||,a||l||     I   "|„,
"l I'l' I'l
n i nni'iit
1' Ut Tl
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.Inui*        ii7.i;:t-.rtt
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a-,      I "in      v
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it \   v   Nnrth
v *      ii irn -a   ii..-'"'i
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North y      iver, B. C,
■ nm TWO
THK EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
M
^riHigicftH«.m«i»iiii^Wmiiimi»mi^
Pierced Silverware
i
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■
m
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Slill Imlil- Ui merited position in the world. Although
it is llir outcome "I .1 comparatively new idea, it has
pined in .1 very inorl time 1 public appreciation beyond
1 vm tlif expectation ol lhc originator.
In our stock of Sterling Silver
we have a display of this new
and popular ware, which is
without question the finest in
the west. The assortment is of
the choicest, the designs beautiful, the workmanship emphatically good.
I Iih i- ,1 line Irom which vou may choose appropriate
and pleuw, WEDDING PRESENTS, because to
see  it  il   lu  ,l|']ilri i.ilr  it.
:   HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD.  I
ei
|i"*'.a Hi r*- ind Silveritnithi
■»
l'
■i      iia"... I*,  rrorey,
m Managing Dirvrlor
llaslings t\ Granville Sts.
5
3fflMfflffl^
_    When you deal at the Lonsdale Pharmacy you
:" I t N.i. ilv  what you ask (or at thc right price.
_    Special aillentton paid to prescriptions and family
tecipet,	
*J|    We carry a compltte line ol Stationery and Drug
Sundries,
Telephone I 29      A j TYS0N Prop
Cor. Lonsdale & 8th
NORTII LONSDALE
One acre close to City Boundary.
Price $1100. Terms $575 cash
Bal. $7 5 every 3 mos. at 6 per ct.
M LXANBIIR SMITH  & CO.
11  I.hiimIuIc Avenue
Phonw—Office U      House 22      P.O, Boi BO
Free Piano Lessons
For Six Months
Kivrn to EVERY PI RCHASER oi I piano during the
tin mill ol Niivrtnlici liy lhe
Warburnitz Piano House, Limited
AND SCHOOL  OF  MUSIC
14
443 Lonsdale Ave.
JIM OPENED
CLAVERIE iV ARC ANI) hm just tpned on RlH
Iiii.I. I it, an up li'-d.ili'
GROCERY STORE
whetr the public vvill In -im In IiiiiI ,1 nuod and fresh assort-
tiinil nl (iii.iint- gad Provisions, buit> ,ind \ egetahles in
11    I   \li   \i* nnl w.i- with   I'.   Iilionol Vancouver
lm lln 1.1-1 1 i.'lii
CLAVERIE cS ARCAND
Gem Theatre
IIKM si   WEST,
II VANCOUVER
The Choicest Selection of Animated Pictures
l)i,iiii.iiii Subjects    Come Subject!    rnvei Subject!
^-a  ,l',i|  lyptcal Snlt;iil*=      ■    —-
Picture* changed Mondny, Wednesday and Friday.
I Inui' And 'ill.iltri
iiillll'lll
I a.nimurd Ptrlnrnunri; Starling
at 7.30 Sharp.
STERII l/lN''; WATEB
Tl„. ,u,;,ii.i. a.i tin' Ontario |it'..vin
i'inl Board aal Health liana' diacovand
1 11,*u in,*iiimi ni iteriliiing wntir tlmi
uill l>,' Invaluable '" miwere, piMp*
tm- ,*ini| ii.n,■'*■'-. li will ulso provi
Invaluable to n town lituated u Htr-
i'in |a ..,, tha' preienl lime, where |ir»-
per -ainitiin ronditloni do nol at yet
prevail md where in >ome iaiUvnun,
there ntny be danger in drinking lhi
ran water, The operation rhttniili
in rubbing up m a 0141 ol win.*,* n
teaepoon lull a.i the chloric!.! ol Dm,
diluting ilii *"11 eith three more cupi
ni  water, and   then adding 1   Urn ■
P (ul ol 'l.i- -..I. lion in a ov"
gallon pail ol watt* to U pur'lied,
mixing up c pailful thoroughly,
Thii will ..'"•  hetween (nur m I   live
|, III ll'        I'l    , '  llllllilll*       ill 11 mil
Hon partii ol   rater nnd will effectual
ly ili-tiiiv in a fee ' Inntee nil ty
phoid or ooi >n be 'ilt or other dyien
let} produi inu irganiiini in lh< wt
ler, Tin' water 1 treated I withoui
out taate or odor, and t trade nl chlo-
1 |ne wh ' h 1 It iteell hannleee, rapid
li di»ap|
im   \11\r in rnt OF ONTAltio
|*',a|     lh,-    lll-l     „a|(    ,.(     IMO    ill,"     ,11,1
|iul   iif   the iiu't.ililTi'inii-   inin—    nn.l
worka a.i Ontario wai 1 lined  al 113,
I'..:".7*1.    Tli.' niiii i.il return!   ail Die
Hun*:,11 ni Min.** an   *'l- fullaiii-:
Pi   Iron, tun-   ..    221,718 B,M0,68S
SilviT,  on l.'.-"l,'.i'.''J    8,280,191
Cobalt, imi-   	
I    aa|'|'." ,      I.UI-      	
\nly-l. tone   	
Ila.ll 111a',   lalll-  	
/im  nr.', tone   .
FOR SALE
NORTH  VANCOUVER  MUNICIPALITY
Subdivision of Block 27, D.L. 599.   Large lots on hi»,h ground, two Mocks from Capilano cariine
Extension.   Prices $450 and $500.   Easy terms.
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY
13   Roomed  Modern House
8 Roomed Modern House   -
$8000.00  I One block west of Grand Boulevard.
$7000.00  I Term? '   cash, bal. 6 and 12 months.
Fo, Pla
l.lila ti Pairt
Aoply
rr MAHON, McFARLAND & PROCTER, LTD.
Phone 6286 Cor. Pender & Seymour Sts., Vancouver
181
:i:.,i.:,7
1,631
r,i;n.i'.i7
9,339
2,008,860
l'.i, 197
ii:i,n\!
sin
.".nnil
n.- psovinci
III LP DEVELOP
I'i'l. r Verigin, he*1 i Dm Doni ho
in.1 communit) il Winnipeg in*
•event] lium-. mil doll 1 Imm
ih,* 1,iniul 1 rank I'a iUt ind l,fi «iili
it lor Briliah Columbii . Daring tin
lummer tl"* Doukhohon loml iicted
the Hm' ,ai ihe 11. I. P. li* in Wktan
01 Canora.   In Briliah Columbia    '
ommunit) hni expondod B00,U 1 m
,,|.li nan 1,, -um- ulna ii inn,* am 11
pended on landa, (il the lattar, IS
.1. II*      llllll*   Imn   ail'|lli|all II.**       -'I...
! Involved in tUi pwotiao ai	
1300,080, ..I iilmli ui' IhiW 1 1 i-l
Tliii luml i- ni Una* a|ii.iiii,i and iiiilu" Lst limber. TU mmm 11 it;
irnii mill-, mil in th .■ ■ '. 1'inilii'i I.*
quired by tin on lunltjt will hi m in
nf 'i lured.
It.mil    I null..*!-.   1, . 1     11 |« * 1      ' "
ilia'     I'ilillill     ii,  a'lllt'ta III,     illlll   A.     I..
\.II, tl,,..in *. n in a, ultui il expert
ii*  Finland, have pul hjuwd Irom *l*
\ llll*   .till '**  I|*|.  |-  "1 i"llil
I.iiial al Deei Park on lhi Ktto . Inl 1
Inr   tlia II   OWn   "'    aiaial    '.r *   **  a   '  n
(air   ilia*   |illl* ll.l-*  ail   l'.i'  II   la -     al •'•
-ami!, place f"i ilt.* Fl nlah gow " nl
uliia li intend, ta. lend .  filolty nl eet-
lien iln H-.    Menu*  l.indbi r.   I Aal
lerltrouti   arrived '    adi    om
emk    ii" and  wmk ■ tonr 11  tin"
rounlr)  in ordei  le   end 1 ■ | ■. 1   lo'
llll'll'      llllllll'      L'll'l'lllltl'  '   I       UPM       al'lllil
liom n nn*. r .   11   tlw
Dominion, fhaj ■. .. ' Ontario ud
I Mm   1 and ii'-"' laki'i num
I I    I   III* I     till      1* ai.ilrl' ,*,.
1.nnilli im| m 1 n'i' • hi' lha) im
iii  iln* .li-ni* 1 nr" 11*1 N.I   *n  tii. > Ml
.*|   ||lltlllH'l   ill   ai|HV|.l    Ill'l'll-   llllll  |.f|ll-
ain|ili*.  ail   nil lion , i.i I,  llu 11
llll       llllll     llli*    Km   *    I  *.*-      II 111'        llH'll
1   'il.*   i-iilililrj
Iiniii ;i lmil grown' point "i 1 lew, m
tit,, uiml,' iit Cun, 'I
Mi William Mackenzie in in interview with the " Provinci " in iiitimt ukl "Acontnct
for clearing .m.l griding out rowniita ol Porl Min will In let iliortlj". Thncontnct Iw tin
comtruction ol 1 large whirl al Ihn uppi 1 oi nuti rn p irliou ol lln rowniite hu be 11 lei lo bn
completed by ths Ni w year.
Wa in lolling 5 Kre blocki in Section 13, Block 5 North, Rang. 1 Weit, it >.sjo per ten.
I'joocuh, balance in 9, 18 ind 27 monthi, Splendid view, practical)] level .ml light clciring.
lln*-" in thc cheipeit blocki in thii localitj .nial ire undei preienl mirkel value. Onl) .1 lew
will be sold at tii.   price,
Waterfront l"ts eul i>l the Towniite, 100 leet Irontigi on th   Rivei extending hick in the
Riilwiy, combining witerlronl with trackige,   Hick loti ire dry. level ind practically cleired,
Price Irom % 1600 per lot   (juartei cuh, balinc 6, 11,18 and 34 montha.    lln cheapest witti
liniit idjicent tn Port Mann.   Theit \ni- contiin Irom 1 )•• 2 icrei    Wa altohivi un mn liil
seirrai other blocki ranging in extent Irom (rom 101 tl pricei Iron Moo to .<y,v pei
u re nn good terma
ALV0 v ALVEHSLEBEN, LIMITED
4 Lonsdale       Phone 219
1 M'l   1.  ANDIHSON, M.n.aia-i
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lill\   \|.   1 A'A     PRfll'l   allV    II   'all
\a, Import nn unin iii'iii if nporl
a-al   ala.-all   t ti'lv   fill   88   la.l   ol ll'lll'
i  Columbia -n..i al the pornei
.af   ll.* lli*     iVi-iiiiin-ii'r
l a . a   ,1,   ^ J,   11, p , .*   i ,,. Limited,
i.a I'l*   '|" I ll       fal'l"*
ad weel   ii-**   ., In 11 ige nl
■a i'i bii   ■  . i.    11„   prio,
it   i   .nil.*i- ood,   n   ■.Aim,i'i**    -*"x
BOO,     aa,      ||,|W     |a,| ,.|      f,    .„ !.,.*,■        , ,n
I . i Iiiiiiii i.'i   treei      I In   i   the highral
i  !• "ial loi  Ne i   W ■■ Iminetei
property.     Mr.  V    '.  ' oi   I
IlllllaV   lll'lll'    I'll       '        I'm   •    I  ., Mt.
• Inlm Raid, ulna I *•' *' iiu |*t"
I'i'i", -inn' April . i 'ii.' year, bought
ii |or 145,000 Iron It** Dominion im
a*riitin*iii lh.* prio paid iaai iln* pru
party i- lor tin* | a md nl.an,,   Llien*
lit.-   lln   lul lilaiaj      i i     i      ,*\, a-|it    a     tt>n
.I|,a|,-
FIRST COMPLETE SHOWING OF
NEW FALL SUITS
for GOOD DRESSERS
!   I
00 Navy Blue and Black Clay Worsted Suits,
Guaranteed Fast Colors.   Special Price   -    -
$15
200 West of England Worsted   Suits in all    d*QA
the Latest Styles and Colors.    Special Price   ty-- XJ
lc-5c      GOOD ML Mi    WD SONGS       lc-5c
Our Motto is:
"High Class but not High Price"
WM. DICK, Jr.
"The Clothing Man"
Cl I li\ \ii"\ "I   ,  \i |\ i ns
\Mi 11     "-
lllal' latl        a* ,1     ,,,,     :
during Septet * * sd n  **'*.*.     t,,   »*'
L'lnlV   lllain           , t   !         ,       iMI .    ,,,„.,,
-|i*il     -Iiuiilil    I** '.',!      I ,,,   Ig   ,1,.
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wll.*r,"    llaa           let I   ,,,1    ,||     U|M.
1 I'l  '" "i H    iw led  iiii!
'I "I '"
ll iin-  oil I m, ii iiii
I'l.V   l'"l '" *  I      *i   linn.
I,,*-|||*     'i" pi M   .
tim bull ,. i ,i „,,ii
,i*„   barp  al * *
When   mii*'!"
ferable
33 HASTINGS ST.
WATCH FOR THE
BIG ELECTRIC SIGN
to '.an 'lum:. iiln< Ii iii *    I oa
-lltnlv   lighl   -I"*' I'l a*   -i,,llllll
I,,*   il..lka*,l   ii   IM    Hi' li        '   .a   III"   -nil.
iiiii- ptmntlng tin bi lb n .'i frua
a.11111111"     'I' Btl    '      -Ulll     ll     ll* .1
thu-   |n,*|*.,ii-i.    ai*   ia- al     i ,i   n,.in.;
planted uiili lhe bulbe, lhi   nil ia lal
a ll   111    11     d»pth aaf     111
Inrbee  and   thi    urli I,   t|Uiti
■I    llllll    a.    Iiki*. lln      |i|
ill, II   pOI   in'"   'In*   i'*'l    loUl     ai  Hal ill
la,    ii|i,,i: ii ding iii iiaa i -in- i A  *i    I** I     i an n. ■ I ih it   ;
L,,aMtli   pn   id  'I""'*     iii'liliv \..ili
mn overturning thi hutti , th   n m *■
,   I       aa||    mtat     'll'll    la,     la      .    I
th,. iiiiiii- in!tiin iiii'l n't' i ihii i' .mt
la.      lll'l
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llitll    |    |e«    I'ial.    -"I    lh al>    b} H' 1Mb
though .i i ' ' ■■   .voided
\    ,.  i.ia.-i.. il,.a.  i nu mt ii '
t.i  iii  ,iniii*i  ihould I*.    eliTied    ■ 'I
ill."     lull. -I     aimnniit ol   -iiii  lim,*      iii
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an ai I -a" it .'II l-ili .-in-l ia.l. THE EXPRESS. NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THREE
Lot 7, Blk. 91, D. L. 550.    Price $1050
An option of jo days for >js, is cleirtJ and fronting on lane,
I vnn   Vallev   '-1' '""' Corner on cariine, cleared and
Lynn vaney |itd^ m tlu, cantr< o[ L__ Valle^
line location.
Lot 18, Blk 2, D.L. 2087 »• ««* nm how.
Price $175, I90 nth, bilmce Itj quirterly.
_MAY «• BURNS
Rill Eltlte iiini Financial Agentl
1.
ST. GEORGE'S HOSPITAL
MEDICAL, SURGICAL aud MATERNITY CASES
I'll IV ATK Km (MS.    TERMS; $15.00
MASSAGE A SPECIALTY NURSES SENT OUT
Apply   6th  Street  West  (Behind Catholic Church)
Miss HORNBY, Bm.
Graduate Birmingham General Hoapital, England,
1'llONF.   L  214
The Gurney-Oxford Steel Top Range
moans ,t mirked saving in
Im.'l and better biking results.
llic "CHANCELLOR "not
onl) alu 1 its work BETTER
Imt AY LESS COST tlian
aitlii'i Range*.,
We 1 .ni demoDitrate to you
llie whole Superior Chan-
11 llnr principal ol economy
auul efficiency in ten minutet.
Is it not worth that much
of your lime right now ?
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
Phone  58.
133 Lonsdale Avenue
^—t^.Jiramr.—eai—'M
CPETPSAI     TRIPLE COR. Centre Street aad 15th
tJl £!jV/AJr\lj   St. Siiuo. !   caah, bal. 6-11-18 months.
LOT ON OTTAWA GARDENS lacing south-Siioo, Jgoo,
1 nh, I'd un. 11 ii montha
l.ni it.. BLK. j.i. I'I- -171."" rHIRD ST.   faooo, ' 1 cash,
i'.u in*. ii 1 .■ I*, monthi,
LOT 1, BLK. -. D I.  173 "ti SE\ I'.M il sr.   I1000, H300
c.i-li, bilmce 6 in 1 11 montha
LINDSAY & CRttMAN
1;, ii 1   ; ii, .inl Iniunnce Broki 1 .
120 Sec.Kid Street East.
T alll ITTT*" '**""*^TitMillfr' ^t'i**imm—\—miam—M
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd.
HINDON, I M.l AM)
ASSETS! $94,900,000
Ml A|Wl
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC.       IH LONSDALE AVENUE
Agreement, and Contract* drawn        _, . -_
of every di.iriplion ' h<mr   ' ■>'        Ca
General
onvejrancing
rr—lt-u'-TKOZ    . ... '   S
Semi-ready Tailoring
NO MAN can serve two masters; nor can any shop
maintain two standards o( quality.
Somi-ready Clothes are made and tailored in a shop
vii ir (he same Ir^h quality—the same standard of
quality in workmanship is maintained.
1 he same lulors who make lhe $25 and $30suits make
those at $15, $18 and $20. Ihere is no cheap cloth
nor amp work in a Semi-ready Garment. Every suit
is tailored under the one tool— lhe only way that hi|(h-
class craftsmanship can he maintained—the only tailoring
shop in Canada maintaining ihal policy.
THOMAS & McBAIN
Sales  Depot for Semi-Ready Tailoring
519 Granville Street
N..I  Door laa Old Po.t Off,,.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
HABTMT ALONG G.T.I'.
An i*\a hiiiiL'!" itatM ■ During th'* pm
stimuli*!' tl"' people ol Bulkliy Vnlla.y
have experieined splendid weather—
daya ol brifkl sunshine with only a
few days' rain. The settlers li,ive
"beon makaint' hay while the sun
shines" —A lhi' Utttt ii" I'vt'll'-m
liny.
Although the leason has been
M nn*" lint dry, tho timothy erop
would cut nbout two tuns to llie
MM, ivhile wild nay would run nbou'
one nnd a hall tons.
\i'i;i*iubles are a little b'iiw the
iivi'rna.'i'  on  iii'i'ollnt  of the llryMM *,(
the seiiROn, but despite this it sh I
prove a bumper venr fur ill." feme",
ns with the advent of railway ioi-
struction, the farmers should ien ive
noi prices for ihi'ir produce.
Maly improvements nte niilc'l in
the towns of the Bulkl-y. A: AMer-
mere mnny new buildings hnve   lav,
meolei     tupjUu & Mi N'i',   th,*
lending firm, are establishing a water
system by installing nn engiiiai and
pump to force the wa'r from 'lie
Rulkley river to the loiin-ite
At Telkwa a new stor.'y hns bum
ndded to the hotel ther-, making it
three stories while work will be
shortly commenced for fmrttag nc
other store, an hospital ar. I n church,
WTI-TIU'ST LAWS
I'remier Valliide is aoiisidering th
advisability nf introiliniiig legislation
aluiiiiL' 'lie raiiirso uf the coining ses
-.inn whieh will denl with lhe reguln
tiun ntnl iiiiilriil In* the government ol
till trust ratmpnnies entering lor Hritish Columbia businesi. The transactions on siuh companies and necis-
saity |MmtM of absolute solvenay,
a 1 ., uill I** looked 1 iiiifiillv   into.
md M (nr Ike mpntivi years.  Th*>
'aatialition of potaloes is "li.ns ai th,.
end of September compared with '.ill.'Ai
last year, of turnips 82.09 to tvi..11
and of sugar beds 83.111 to 71.08,
whilst in KM their OOndltloB rami.'I
[rom fi8 to 74. Alfalfa has | **i
dition of 83.3(1 for the end "f >,*|iti*ni
ber, and it exceeds 90 in tha" Maritime
provim,*s anil Ontario, lu Quibao
and iln* northwest piovln.es it is not
more than 70 per rent, and in llritisli
Columbia it is BM, Ml licld
grains in the provine lul BindM
ceed 82 |»r cent, in quality.
The estimated yield ot rye this year
lot Canada is l,(i3l,IIIHI liii-hiN, of
pill l'i.lll,,ri(IO liu.-hi*|s, of li,*an- l.Os'.l,-
'I""   liuahels,   of    buikiilieal  7,301,	
bushels, of mixed grains 80,108,000
luishels, of 111   1,814,000 bu-liels  anal
aaf    . a 11 11    fill*    llUskillL'     17,888,000      l"l-ll
ill, The average bushel- p,r acre ol
thm er.i|is  is   l'J.13 l,,r rjti  10*O'*1 lm'
i*    , BM fur bMU, M.M for buck-
iihi'iit, 31.ill f,,r lni\*il mam-, '.'"I for
[lan and 88,88 foi' 111111. I1"*' *!'• IVVf
ai.-a- for ivlii'at, oals ami Lai ley arc
11 -iiti'd when the linal iciirns are
mania* in lleeemhcr lhan the ivpnrln
lm   lhe I'liii iif  Itngtllt 1,'ale.
The    laayal  .■ononis,'.,,n  on  teehiVeol
l*allli*lltii.|l    lllll     sit     ll!     \':ill**a .11. .|*    1,11
Ni.lelllliei*   38   lo  30 ;   Nil lilllai,   lla'lini
lui* 1    and   Victoria   on   I),* •inlii't*  2
anal   3.
I la.* l\i*ii*iii Cllldl Hat, l'.ni,'lo|H'
I Bm It,,.'nil I'uinp.'iny hav,* nmv
rea* linl a ltl(l ill lh'" Milt ruction ol
ih.'ii* pipft mill warranting lh,. pMph
*i Sapperton adding it to ih t pie
-|K**tiii* indiistriel.
Quit! llll evi'ilelllenl  has ln*,*ii
ill     till'    111*  I'MI     .ll    III'   I      III      DM    ill       aa,
aiv of plaiir gold deposits in the lied
nl lhe Coat river. I'or MM time
past Iia lliMin, old time gold saekei*
and miner, has been prosptvting   this
-hum aiul i n'ly toUowtlg   uti tha.
finding nf somi' umUwI shnwings, he
.ante    into    lown   and   llnl    on   two
Inm I,naied above lhe (ioat river
i aim mi. When lha' news leaked out,
siiini'ihing in  ihe nature ol a rush in-
rurreil.
•HH-HHHH^HH*M^H*^^
I.AHCaK I'HITT YIKI.I)
Th," loial fruit shipments Irom the
Yakima v.-ilh'y will, according to es i
imiti-s of hading fruit men, reiuli .,.-
ihmi t,, ilium inrlatads. with a valua-
tiun variaaii-ly estimated nl Ironi
«3.'.KI0,IHH1 t„ PJtBMt Kstimale-
giva" the loti] early fruit nup, ex
a Inding e\pr,'Ss >kapinents, lo have
luiii 'J.tiiH. cailitads I.nn \al.iini ami
lli-ntoii eoiinties, with a valuation of
sl.r.iHi.KKi. I'll,, apple , raip hc places
nl 3,000 I'tirloiids, valuwl at BjtB,
m, Oiheis estimnie thai t/M fair
hand. ,,( ,.inly fiuit. nn sent out, in*
aluiling e\pti-s slai|iini.nts valued at
11^78,008, and llnil 3,500 carloads of
a|iples nlone, totalling K.VHI.IKIO, will
leave ihe valley. It is estimated that
1,200 eni I,mils ul apples will leavo the
inlli'v this nu,mh.
OOP III I.I.KTIN
Thc i-edsu. oll'ne at Ottawa has pub
lislusl a Imll, tin ,,|l ;h,. ...ll.llli. II ,,f
the crop of  the  Dominion  at the end
if Siaptenibar. Th- reports show
lower averages of condition lor tlia-
whole of Canada than those iilai' o
ifi. Inu lhe reduction applies ,lo,lly
to the lloilhw,..! |,rnvili,i's. In the
n pminw a high |ier rent, is
mainiained for nearly all thc aiopi,
and i|iiantity aid quality are la.irlv
a« good as a year ago and bailor
lhan Iwo years, lu Miiiiiia.lia. Sa.
Iiai'i Iiiiiiiii  and  Allsita  'lure i-nd'op
nl   ,ill.ml   III. llty   |aar   ai'llt.   II   I H' aj'llll
ily of grain, and root., but the
hn*.lungs inali, ale ihal lhc yield will
■a* Ihcii fm whi'ti, ,anls ami barley
li in mi. pliiliil-ed al lhe a nil of All*
LlU-t.       Kail'   ill.    llll..I.'   nf     la.ll.lllal   ttl..
..aiiiliti..n of rye at the end ol Sep-
I'mlier wn. BM, which i. ten per
en', hi'iter than two years ago and
iM IsMai than la-t year. Pels and
Oa' marly eight \vt cent, lower
neaili Ii.n |.r 'Tin. lower in a..n li
'mn than a veaj" ago, but  nearly ten
I ir.  laiuh.r than in tW   Huck-
hi'til i- iiluini lhe same •«la"t >•■•'',
ami H pm '"I* Iwtter than ;n DM,
iihil-i mixed grains »rc lie!ter by fne
|ht nnt than la-t year and by 19.47
i ln'iti't than iwo va*ar« ago.
lorn   I..i   liu-king ioinpiiri"d   for   the
ilu,.*    i, ,i-    lllln,    M     I     I'"",
-lum. \mii tilages of Ufi.12, !*." and
I, and mm for (odder of hO.v.', s; |s
CAPILANO CAR LINE
Beautiful Homesite, five minutes walk from car line, 75x290 feet.   Grand
View of the Inlet and Gull*   Only $650, cash $250.   Come with us and
see this Property.
Martinson & Co.
62 LONSDALE AVENUE
NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C.
Pkuttyj, r.o. Buyi
iaalaalm&miamlmimUai'miaaJmlmlmlmt'mtlmlml
■w^w^-i-hw-HW-m-^^
.!•
I. O. O   P.
Nanth Vancouver l.oalg,'. No. MS,
iins'ts every Thursday eiening, comer
l.iii-diile tieinie and Kii.l »"*
I o'a|,„*k. Visiting brethren cordially
inv ilmi to attend. Irn I'.. ttWe, N-
C. ; II. K. Donaldson, ree. sec ; -1. H-
I'illing, l'.i;., Fin.-MC.
GRAND
BOULEVARD
EXTENSION
rii
l.
Tilt  a.ltivp But 'IIV Illla
Milllll   lAM'Ul'VIK
This property has been subdivided into acreage blocks,
with street allowance taken
off, and is now ready for
sale. For prices and particulars apply to
The North Vancouver Land & Improvement Co.
I.in. Lit.
MAHON, McFARLAND & PROCTER, LTD.
Corner Pender and Stymour .Streets
Official Agents
*VH-
.j.^.^..H.-l'--WHH^
Canyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
BsiMtta llu'1'lla' '"' ,alts'
].-.,,|n       | ,1.   Willi  -pa I l.li  Mil V        llllll"-'   I.I'ltU  Klllairgnl.
gasv  .. nmil ul   (irousi" Mountain,     llthodl   |OO0  I" I
J Scenic Delights     Fishing      Hunting    Mountain Climbing
Unequalled for Holiday, Long or Short
|'.\l\l   k   M Mill \N
F. CANCELLOR,
Mn ti
SEASON 1910
r. LARSON,
iti|i.
fWH^WH^H.;.;-;.;-:-H-l-H''l''l''l"l'I'll I IM-'l-l-l'HHHHH^H-W^W^l-HHH-HH-H' SIX
THE EXPRESS, NORTH  VANCOUVER,  B. C.
THE   EXPRESS
NilKlll    VANI ii' t I I:
B.C.
ublUhed I uenliyi ud Fridays by
Nnu III ShOII   I'kks\   LlMITBD
line year, |1.0ll
Kin:, aai* M'twiHimoN
Six BlOllthl, olV, Three iiionth., Nl,
United Siata s and Foreign, ^l.Ml per year
Aalvirti-ii.i'   ll-ii's iiill  l'i" .pioti'd on applii'iition.
Th»BlplVMl«divnted to the intera'sls ol the north Shore ol Hurrard Inlet
I'Xeliisiielv       It tsiiliiies an  ailieitisii.n niriliuni of exeepliiiiuil lalile for
ri'a, bin; in I lliQWUg1! ni'i ellei'tiie inaiiiier the po|iiilatiou of Norlli VlUCOUVM
t'ily Mid I' sinii.   lv. ry ill.art is nui.le login aalvertisers tlie mint n»ti»f»rtorv
I'Tliee.
All a "hnny. ill ,'oiilrucl iidierlisi'ininl" -In.nlil Ih" in the printem' lianilB nol
• '   *       '    in    M lay  und •'■ I''it    Wa'iliii'.ilay to IMBF! llMTtloa ill the
lollnWlll| i-»ue,
Siiith Vaxi mn rt,   It. C
October 25, 1911
rutin  iii.miwi-
\ \\i hi \i 1:
IT
During th* ''uli yean ol a liii-ine-.
.    th 11  iii North  \   ll'a.UII'I* ('in
I       *       I   tiiaia-l.    ii     11    nn iioidaliii
a,lilllilllll- ill i.lll,. II      |l.      '
li . ilil    l„.   -..III.'llll,',I       nl.li*   aliil    thai' j
l*ioi .Inl ihould In* * ii'o
1 li'll.****! io iei 1.1111 iii 11111.nil 11 .* ,
ulii'ii evi i". ,.n 11 :*iii/i*-, wld**li eve y
I -In-    Id  lia- iioin*  aiian    It'll.,
bill   nil.■ ll,   lla.tnilll-lailnliiiL'   tin     ll'aaasl
-iii'iiiiou- .If.*n. .initial! I..* ..liniiual.'.l
immediately,  li i- altogether Bureau-
1.nable to . u.a*.' tii 11 1 , ni,*,* i, 1
in    tin*    '**nli    ia*ai-    ol    it       "'1
a II   aa    lllOUld    he    a 111,laa  ',  a      , ,|    )„ 1 ll.ll
liit'li -iinal.ii'l nub i.. .nl 10 lhe f.i*
■ iluii*- provided, lhat |n?rferti<Hi ol dp
•til nml   h it -miiiitl'tia*-. nl op ration
tlial   i-  fiiiiuil  In  -innl ii   -i  tains  iiiiii
i    !    a*      llai |l      ill      ap, I   |!   on      foi llllllll
Ha dl*la*lia|a||la*ll| of illl"
lll'llll            aaf **l llll   in«U ''I'll ll
llll'     (.in      -\s|,iii     niii.i     of     n*
l*t <l ,011* iiii,-n'Ix   nith   the
eXp,-l|, -illll     l,f     I III'     I- I,        Till'
alafa**!        llli|*li     a       |*H   *|H      axil    ami
thus,*  iliuli   m.iv   I.**,,ui,*    apparent
la'.'t*   at        ll.*   I.il-ilia 'I. u*l,i|is,   -llolli.I
it'll, lill.illy I.* I.lll.died a- ,x|m aliliolls
ly a- po -ible. but at tie* - tine lint.*
tin* remedial tn.* ,**it, hnuld I.* * n
ried   mt,,   rfert   in airc.nl an i   with
 ml lm ma*    i"in* i| I*    and   '     I "
a-   po. ilil.*   ill a  in iin.."   thai     will
plana'     p, lllllll. Ill,   aVnidiO(   alll    la'Xil
inin- i, ii • of   loiilai   'a'** i
MM   ' I " 'I'     "I
tie* bu.in.*- ,      I hem .ia*   .   . a  I   lea
Illla        aai    l|„*    fa II, I  -|,lll     llll      i
liodi    l.aili   reroglile
t.ai> ii    a. ■"   bm tb,* imp	
Ill   lllinll    '.llllia,|   I*,   all,., tail     UpOB   tile
III-'  Oil       ll    I-    till.*   ill il      I*.*   i* II*.    -1-*
I* iii li i l.luiul ii lln' .it. iil" li, I'm
iie i.d in'i other oi tl..* . ni ..I North
\ an i. r* *   auul   hii   iba    i ilepnyw *
llllll*    -lal,III,     ■ **,*l all   |a.,   11 'a,    l|,<|||
ill   ill,*  mo-i   liln-i.il   lllatllla-    in Ii    tli.-
-i-t.atu, lot tb.- |• airf i building up
.  II,!,* a high   ii'"I.
mnl moden
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III    lllaa    *l      . .la      i' .1       |l It    .HI
ure ilniwi    ,, nml ili« ■.■toi ni  -.
In.lllab    of    lli-     U  lib illd    I.i     pTOI * la"
ilia* Im-.| pa|--|la|.* a "llllll"I lll"ll |of
p.lM'll.-.    la-*   a.f      'I   ll      a    I    l'   all*     I ll.at
aahli  to i in* tin* approval nl   thi
I il.|. .i.a*.   l.'ll     * *        *  llie    to
*lla     ilia     * a.llll'latin* III
ih.*   i
iiill runt inu ■   lhe    n	
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nin* i. -I.. •, i ■    abort  ,1 po *
la
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nd loi ti"* H
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hall'     lia'   la      -
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lllll' ll      'laa *   I  aa!
ll,lll.|li_      I   '
'I I'll-   II a III.    .,(   the   I  .   P    I:
II' I       I*   al       llll'l   til  li'i      of
I      l*a    Ilia*     ,lll|    lllllll            I la.       Hllll I
'll     ll il It     1 I* I   I ll
ilia* fain  landing ll
■ ine   di-
■   tint im, through .tti "f
lie i* , ,.l   Vl n
. -1 lll.ll.il-    and   lhe   line-   of   ill,"    II.    ('.
: l-'li'iuii' Railway Conpany nml much
hi- ben in ule lamil rightly io) of th"
advantage! thai would imm  to the
-au i in'  roiild   -mh  n  iiiiiiii", liim bl es
i ,1,1,-In*,!.
All tb,* ibove observation- are made
a- preliminary lo the spea'ial in. nit. u
..i ib heme for MtablUhlng fatty iaiiiiin.il- oil l'owell street, Van*
a.auiet. nbiih is oiitlineal in the ni'ti-
■ la* published on the front  pigl of this
|s-a|i*   aaf   tii,•   I'xpless.       1 lila'ss   obji'i 1
ionable leatum and nrioui dlffieultie*
ihould In* discovered in ihis irhMM
ii|hiii aloser examination trhIA do not
itppMT Iron a , .asiiiil .oiisiilerntion of
i'- salii'iit  la.iiuia*-. ii  glvm aiiiiiiirni;
Illg   praalllisi*  ,,f   |.|*a,l illillL'   al lltla'str.aba*
a i*oin|'li'',.' an.l  pi'iltltillelll   ra'lnnlv fo,
the dinadvintagei to which tttanan
bus  iu-t   Ih-ii  Iliad,*  and  al-o of piov
md nn.l  iaai-ilila* (rom ll blls|lie-s
poinl    of    view,   nil   of    lllliall   fi'.atllres
li'llil.'l-   il   Hell   ll a,I till    -a*t iol|-   lotl-iali'
ition   and  i'xli!il|stiia>  ili-aii -ion.
The undertaking involved in carry,
ing .ml lb.* s.hi'ttia' ontlitieil would Iw
aaiaa oi .on id,a,alil,* Magnitude, but at
lha*   -am.*   lime,  if  proceeded uilh   in
tee near luture, it don not efmu te
preeenl    any    inauperable   alill'n nliies
III II   i,ould   iliiuhlli'-s   U.      MMM
iilia'    Iiiui*   lllll    ll lla'll   llli'   aall anl.tL"'-
•'!.*    all*   o'lll-B   lllll'   ■*'ll-ill, Hit iaall.
iliil    ,,1-t   mii-i   In-   tv,,,jniwl  as    a
i I>*i il-    |'i i i'  for   lhe   laa-ii'Tr*.
|  Ula'l.
I he  d, 1 ill     of   ill,'   --'heme  Wo ll'l   la
quire aani'ful attention, but the ...ilv
iiu; of iln* .lilli* uliii- which it promises
ha nea' i- a inal lie of smh Mpnme
mom,nt I,, il„* development ''f tnc
fain -a-niaaa iiai tb.. appointment oi
, ,oininitiiv   r, i.i ilia* brrj .lii...Ion
or tin. iiiy council or lhe lu nil of
11 .-i.l.- lo gather data and to Work oul
-nmi' definite plai would be well  ml
li-a-al   :|i lion.
nieipaliiii- adjaeenl I" Purrard In
let and all il"' |»"i;i''-sive liafM
through whieh lhe projorl bus tinned
leiulily oim iii'ii imnl al pri'si'iit prae-
til'lllly all tin* oli-laiales are removed
aiul lhe way i- clear for llie rain
iiii'in,'ini'iil of actual building operation-* than are item** which are familiar to iill iho-e nhn have kept them-
si'lti's informed as to matteri pertain*
ing to tlia' North siioiv.    The   ray
eessful   |it'osei*llliou   of   litis    inuia*liii*tll
liu- a ulii'ii for a peat deal of time,
of energy and of ability and through
out the whole proem lhe movin*.. sp,.
rii bus |„.,.„ ||,.,.i,* IcNaught, White
due arknnwledgemcnt is mnde of t\„.
tail that In' hai had a.nociated  with
lum   in-ii  iilto  bad   the  inleresis of the
North Slioii* al haarl and men who
hav.' contributed li many ways lo the
siiiii**.- tliu- fat* al'aiiii'd. Ill the same
lillle then liu'ii iiii'in ilie- are fore
most iu iheii ,*x|it,*-*-ii,n- of appreeia*
lion of iha' excellent icrvioei rendered
bi i;,'a*ii* |i Nanght,
Ii is, therefore, highly ipproprlati
that some Imgible and popular av
pri*— iain   of aPI'l'''* ialion of  tlia' itgna
lervieee accurded  by   Mr.   McNaught
slioiilil be tendered bin by ihoa in
whon inli'ii-is lu* bt- In'a n m i:.nh
fully I'liutiL" d and the present juncture
i- particularly opportune lor aba* par
pose hUMMrh as Mr. McNaught i- a
bout to return from lhe lule-l nf I||-
saavi'ial smi*i*ssfiil tripe io flt 'll l
bringing wilh him new vi.li.ri - ulii.i.
practically   imn   the   nninterrupl i
|it',,i_oe--*   of   event-,   lo   lite   nil lx      om
tiii'iieemenl of ni-iual   a itniiiii iion op
editions upon tin* bridge,
Tbe movement i- mealing  with moel
em nui aL'ini; -uiee-s aid ii proving be
lainal   pelaalla*lltlir.'   tile   luajll   a'-ti"'lll   il
wliiib ihe worthy reeve b held I■> tli
pillalta    ill    XX ll, i-.'    iulefe-l-   he   ll   I    '*
-in.i■-fully labored,
Elder Murray Co.
Cheap full size 50-ft. lots
in the city, facing south,
for $400.00.    Easy terms
Phone tt, Norlli  VaUOVnt I'1"""' tttA, Vmnoavei
tiili,*,. iiotiis | ...in. to MO p.m.       Ope" tvtmiap by ^ppolntiienl
Ait.r olliee lioiirr, phone  1.112
North Vancoaver
Woodijard
Wc supply SI0VLW00D any
length required.
16 inch lenglh, $3.00 per load
Cordwood, $5.00 per cord
Cash on Delivery.
Phone 160 1'. O. Boi 136
EAST
CAPILANO
On Keith Ronl. neu TrWB Une
anil School ami Wat. 1 Service.
Five choice lots lor goed aijoaa
resilience nn cor. Price ^mmVU
one-louttli cash, bil. to arrange.
Philip, Cameron & Co.
,17 1
BROKERS
irst Street.  But.
John Swanson
GROCERIES
PROVISIONS, Etc
Jno. A. Chales
Well wworud   -1*1 U ol fie-li   joni
lit   llll'ilrtili    || ,. I Ii'livf'l'\    1(1 nil
iriiiiiw.
Si. 1 lmil.'- 1 nram, 1 irrt tlv, IB Kl
Orangvn, '2 ']<"'. fnr
Stone Foundations
Chimney Building
SPECIALTY-NEAT WORK
Addrc.l:
Hotel North Vancouver
all'-.
llollllitltti   iiiiiI  We-l   I'apilallo iii'ii,
erv nek Miamlai morning,
134 First St. West
l'lione -J 17 Xorth  Vaiaaomi
\ III I I   III'SI'.llVI ll rutin TK
Ilia*   lllaal.'lllitll    lllliall   111- ll.S*||   -a'l  DII
loot  1,1   "iifai   ii|i,,n U,*,*!,. MiNiiunhi,
upon hi- return htm Ottawa,   low
Iiiiiiii;    tolon   ol   apple, ial loll    ol    tlie
■ Hi. lant   si'iii.as   rendered l.v   him laa
ilia*     \, at tll     ."sll.alia   ill   eolllle, tiliii     llllli
ila-    i oiiw'iui tion   ol   Sfaonal  N&irow.
bridge,  i«  very  opportuM  ami   has
hiei    I,**, a'nl    lliiil   aXpla'-sion-   a,l   tTll
lile ."L■ I'.ll   llpull   all   -liles,
ll   In,-   |'i,**., ii   a   i.ui   ioililna'e   a il*
'*   a*.    Ill   |.| lllllll    to   llll-   |*\l|a*llla*
li   impol I in'   I'loja   '.  tliii   a man   of
li   . ' ■       \|   S a'l. l.a '-     a|ilalllli'>    lltlllilli'll
lhe   | an,' til    pa,    a a,an   niie |l   lie   oeell-
*    iln   ili  imi I, JHII   ill   the    uui.
* i     ll   lie  lie, lillle   llsia*.        I all
reai    9m mi l-iiiwi   bridge
*   .*!   I.. ii.*   of   lie   I.  -I.ti    a  -in s   Irt*
IOD        'll*        I   |ti p.llel-       III       the        Na'l'll
-l    lio ii* ai ix i hitinding periinteni
atul    alila*    .'lloi'-,    no    li.atltiuy  luul
a*,, uia'la* in llu* matin of
l.liel ing   tile   project   ot   ttie  llilliellltl,'-
liloali  hail  brought   it   I.a a  -tiiiul-lill.
Ii   i.in.lineal [ot  lii.'ii' McNaUghl   i"
<ll I anal     Ilia      nn  in     lllaelelll     ll    IM
eleliiaui;   ii. . li    li,   munii I   ini,   tin
HU  lU**1. ,,      te   llll     of      llllia ll       llll'
lal   ll.        .a   '    '        lie    llllllll ||    llll   liml lile
i  *   n   <*i 111 motion, irttli
■    of   null     I'ontplish
ment,     I',.    i, |a,,,ilm lion ,,(  tlie   well
■    it, I    Ila.ll   olllleil  liy
i* let    I uui. I    uui   Bridgi
mi; wwmwm
mm co.. lu.
Lonidlle Avenue,
at Firry  Ludiag
no )\\m\\\\i.
ALL KIM'S OF
FEED AT TIIK
LOWEST l'KlfKs
H'e also liamlie tin* Mloelng in
POULTRY 8UPPLIE8:
Hit; K.CIiiik Ka-I.
It. ,1 K  I'liiekell Chop.
Sn iti»' Beel v. rape
Myt-r'u l'.inltry Spiee
I.ith' I.IIY Killer.
M'lli'lll  ill tWOgtatdaM
S..lit ill Kill iiualllllli.s
FRUIT    PRODUCE
CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, Etc.
WHOLESALE ONLY
PETERS & SHORT
66 Lonsdale Avenue Telephone 53
CoBvcuence to Noith Vancouvei Mercnutti
Buy in Your Own Town. Your 0   pr« Solirit-rd
QUEENSBURY  HEIGHTS
Fine double cornui close to cirline, all clewed, too feel by
147 Int.    Ilns is s|.|. iniul Itiiiino at $2000; Woo Mih, bil-
.un 1 1.. 1 j ami 1^ monthi
~ LYNN VALLEY CARLINE
I   \   ll  tl   l.lllls   Ila'||||
Speciil Snip; 50 It by 160 It    Wee only $550.    (150 cuh,
It,ll.lll; 1 ''.   I J   -1.1.1   l's  III.tlllhs.
A SNAP ON LONSDALF. AVE.   u t..i loi $1750.
Olll'-tllll'l   l.is'll.    la.ll.lill  I*   ll   ,|l|,I    1    •   IlllllltllS.
CHAS. E. LAWSON & CO.
Norlli Vnm'aaiua'r |{i til I -In. Si
I*in.iin ul ii 1: n'i*. 'it-oker. la Lonedile Ave, •!" **ii,* '"
Campbell Really & Investment Co.
FOR SALE—6-rccmed All-modern
House, close in. Price $2600
$P-00 cnr.h, balance easy.
REAL IM M
TELEPHONE Rg
I OANS, INM RANI l
p 11. BOX hi
KY
N.V
SWIFTS' AR8-
E i)V LEAD
Tin. Ite.t SnniiiiiT Sprav
on the ntiirlo't.
ALL KiNds of
Fertilizer*
FOR L/\WN AND GARDEN
B. C. Electric Railway Company, Ltd.
50 LomcUc  Avenue.
Refuse Substitutes
ami   insist   upon   ftttlOg   our
puiuts.       Thl  cheaper   paints
Devil iln tlieir work well, and ,       , - —,r—    , 	
will   CIUM   1 on   ,1   v* Iinie lol ol   || 11111111II1111111111111111 li 111II11 Ml 11111111II1111111111II11IIII
1 xtia work anil upenH. J
Hot Points
For the Man
U llll I'   tO   I'll *'|sa     ilia
Qiali r il nni.   ..  i'ii.. " 1101
nu\i
"T. n diyi trial, In 1 loi
D . asm,  an.l , *<nilnit  nu  nullum ll.ll
Anli  iron on lUirki t
t,, ,1 lot iim vears.
|fiast now, it will pii a
tya.lt.     ill.Ill    .111,1     a,
"J"*       1 now anil be 10111 im "'.
Our Painti are Warranted
ami are ma !< to Hind llie mot t
severe Weittlel without chippiBf
or bliitiriog 'Iiiii aie the
paints that nooil paintera r. ly
upon, an.l thev hai. never lailed
as vet to give n>tirt iitiifictioa
They ileserve your trial.
W. H. STONEY & CO.
117 Lonsdah' l'lione 149
'    ll''      ''        I ,,|,||al' I'll   limit    n'i
"l''"l       '*   1 * * i'il.* thr * hirtir,    the
a   i'i ^^^^^^
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Imlit**l    li li 1   lml a**  i»**,
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■ 'li" lerrv .I'lii'i. tliat th 1.11'rnviii   ,1   yavenaMBte, thn   negotil
*   1 aa,iii|a,,ni   mih a     pro-
■. 1-1.... a' R 1 ..1 Hn.  ■' . lha "■
1     at    ""- fa\   .i|.|iii.i'ii''-
! muiii'   In ho-li  ih.' I»■ .tinin..11   unl thr
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NEW YORK CAFE
ESPLANADE wi-.m
LOW SEA, Proprietor
First tlass Mr.tis 15c
Conmutatioii Tii it ts, u meals
14-73
WANTED
We want to buy from live to twenty acres in any of
the following District Lots close to cariine:
2088      2023      2087      2022      2025
2002
|| Canadian Financiers, Ltd.
i i    North Vincouver Office: 14 LONSDALE AVE. Lynn Valley Office: END OF CARLINE   j j
;| Main Office: 632 GRANVILLE ST., VANCOUVER jj
«!    Authorized Capital, $2,000,000 ■ J. P. CRAWFORD, beal MSr.   |
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Editoi fopnu;
In ynur Inst issue iu referring I a tl,
I'enimis  I  made concerning  lhe iii.nl
aplahility ol cement pipe tor HWoritfl
pui post's, you   refer lo me   a*, i en
seining   the   elny   inletcsts,   iiiii it   I
wish   niiKi   emplintiiiilly   to ilisilaiin.
I reiteniii. what I snid when 1 lirst
got up to addiess the eity eniiniil uml
which was in slriel nrcordanrt' with
fuel, vi/.. : That 1 np|H'iiri'd solely till citizen and ralepayer ot Ninth Van
■'"iiii'l- iiitli pt'iiperty interests in pre
li" t uml ihnt the lirm by ivliirli I mis
einplaifeil did nnl nulli"''"*'' tn I" up*
pat fan- lliem, nor did thev kiiiiiv i-vnt
tliat I mis going lo attend the i'ity
a-oiiri.il meeting. The diet nf llir mai
ter i- tlial un lhe light ll ■|iii""lion 1
iliil not mnke up my mind to at ntnl
until idiei reaihing my home, vvhiii
on taking up the Kxpress I learned
that there wus lo lie ti meeling of UU
I'ity  a iiiiiii i|   t lui l  a'la'llillg  111   lllliall   the
man qmiUoi was la bom up lor
di-iiK-inn, n mat ler uf ulii'ii I was
in entile iuniiiiuii!• until then and lhi-
lieing Homething whiih interested ine
iliiei'llv and liaiiin; nolliing On in
view I divided I Inn fat lhe in-l lime
to ntti'ittl. I had, lumen'i*. 10 inteii
tion to take part in the proa'as'dings,
anil iiuiilil have retrain tl frum   Wag
s.i   lllld   il   lllll    lli.'ll   tail'   tlf   taalailll   (ill
Iftciniis statemeiils utlianeisl hy the
rt'pivsi'iitaiiie ul tim ''eineiil pi|»" lirm
whiah illllia'lli'il me In at least refute
them with fatis a,f easy pnol to any
whn may wish In test thelll. The In,,
stati'llli'tlts in a-ategnliial nr-la't WHI :
I'itsi, lhat wills or alkuhe- ii.nilil
not adversely affect MMI pii"' ; M
ondly, That MMp nialter did   nnl
aallllllin I'll'llll'llls   tIlllt   llialllal   also  UU
a ilisiriiiiiii' lendcnav upon it. As
la'gatils the lirst n law i-enls worth ul
hytlrn-ihlairie (murii*| mnl iniied willi
Ihni" pari- nl wat.a*, a i'  inr   Wt
aiillltl.nl,   II   applied   I,,  rillli'llt   pi|v   Will
iminisliatelv lH>gin In aliemiaally work
ami uilliin tin space nl nne huiir will
perceptibly ent the cement nml li'nve
the a aimptilient putts uf the pi|.', siiiul
and  glaiel. eipa's.il  lu view   the name
Untie   pr.s i|iilatisi   in   al MM   <»t
time. The -ns-und pi',i|siiti,,n, that
sa*w,'iiia.'e ahws not ndvcrsely ftffect n»-
inenl pip' may nlsn lie iinmi-lnkahli
piaai.n In .un nhn mai lv -iiBi,ii-ni
ly inteii'stisl in the nuill.. to do an.
Am line n all a.l the n-ts appliisl la
aaiii,nt pi|.. may !»■ npplnil In vitii
Insl pi|n>, and even in novetiT manner,
Iiul it will in nol lhe shghle«l tlcgni"
Is* aletrimanliilly tttUti, but mk
ta'.ts will unequivocally itemianatrnte
ihul it i. the "Nc plu. ultra" (■ I
ei'age purpusc..
It vitrified material ot nne kind nr
au.illia'i ail whiah alt large trunk M
er. nn wpII ns their .nmller laterals,
etc, and invariably , nti.trii' irl.
throughout tbe eivili/e.1 wmlil, weie
ik,i e-senlinl, then whi do lhe ivIMBl
|HHipli> liinl it taas.*--,,, (,, .1* -igiale
ihfir pi|M. a. "Wived" whuh alesignn
lion is nmhing MR nr linK than purr
li.ii.in. I. nut tha- answer lo be
lound in the laat thai thei know thi!
niiili,sl or gUml material whiah in
thin mMeet inn are .ynonymou. term.,
in «ome lorm or another i. a "9m
qua non" in wwer laan-ine'iian, aiul
thii al.n know that without thii magi, al word "glared'' their pipe woul.l
lie hu|lp|i-.«ly nul of it t'eni.in P'p-
al il« be«t i" bill indifferently .muolh
and (hi. .miHilhnen. due. nil   in lhe
sllghtl'.t      llrg.iaaa'   prflfllt    tti,'   InW.     aal
'ha-miativ ln'tng aaiiiasl aatil, i.e. thai
a-id- will affect  and  in time   Mai)
at. -llul    MMta
Krnm pn-wnl  ippMIBM  it    l*M
a. il Nuiih Van,iiiier waa in no dan
ger ul making ihr fatal Mil   nl   in
-■ailing a 1-linitvlr pi|. -.u.l .y.lem.
I,HI    -Innild   .be   Is    sai   ill   mil Mil   li- In
An >,i .be will at n,, di-iunl dale   hr
a 11 ■-> I    tl|s,n   lu   p.n    ll ta aspmiw
ail   her     (allll     111    al    I. a.l    'huv   alil.
non. :    I ni    -l>.   will  Is   .nnl..
hean  i\|irn^ ul mukiiig tWpUtmn
pan. aaatflantly in pai* lhat will n,,l
-lay npaifsl .  -..iimHi, .Iir will .ul
(rr    lh,    l tu,nun*,     i.l   hai*m.
,,nlu,,i,,ii>lt   |,,iii  ,q,   |,,  nffiei
t.pnn*. whi, h will  pr.n,* m.a.a
mg ami iei.it   la, all . In.-a*. .,1 |..*i
iti/.n.  a« well  a.  thr "liallgal  willill
a'e-.  iiii'l iluidli, .hr   will bale
rpidemta    .,1 tipl | l.i,.   ,t     lohn
that will , I.t.m muni  11* tipa '■■
"Heath".      Ihr In.i iw,, ,,,n-a-pun •
wr mighl  lie able lu Uar wilh imu.
"I lea, |lhi|„.,,|lhl. bill lh, I,-* Wiaailal
linal   elan   lhe   Itlaa-t    phlegmali
|.-iilinili    i nine, ,1,1,*    ftaPk   I
irl   |.   ala-lllinl   111   lb,*   „. ,,   '
In"   a   'III    ill   llaa   -llladl   |.|.  |
II brha.,,1,-    ii.    t,,    ,n„|,..
* -  thai mav ll '
,p em ."■ " *
l'i   and  gmwlh  ),*
Iv   matin..i   an   whi.h   tl.
a-loanled     IU-I,,i,.   Iggj    ,„.,
duaiiir.   ami    inniinli, •      ulll    '-
"Initial   up   uini,1,^,1 «|
Is* in hi.I,,I on ,„ -,,„,   |
he     l,,ll,,win,i       ||„.,,,a.  ,
w.ark..  di-till. li,..    ,„,|  | ,,
..alum   Wwtha,    all   ,2   «|..
riinr«"   i.l   tb.ii    I.u-hh      ••
a* id-   and   a|,i1.„.ni   „n,„i„
I ,, i
lli.il      Imd     ,|„ :,      „ ,,
■ 'll"       *|'l ,l,l|l|,*.,       ,,,!   ,
'anal .h,,u|,|   t|„, SBm,   |.    i
\i 1 mm
w
To realize th." importiDCi of
frugality is in icquire the habit of
living - anil of dipoiiting your
livingl in a Hank.
Ynu need n■ tt fe.-l embarrassment
in depositing as small a sum H OM
dollar in tlic Hank nf Hamilton.
Such a Map will mean for inu
tlie i omnienrt incut ol a new era of
o.is ■ ami lont.'iit.
C. G. HEAVEN, Agent.
Nur.li Vanconvt r.
d
wis*«»
Head Office:
HAMILTON
J
AN UNUSUALLY COMPLETE
SHOWING OF FALL COATS FOR
CHILDREN AND MISSES
(I AN assemblage of these garments here that
will inteiest every mothet who seeks a new coat
ol any desirable kind. The offering embraces models
in both the long and reefer styles in all the most popular cloths and shodings.     ::::::::
Dainty little creim coatl in Cashmere, S'-rgi, Coat-
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The Port
of Missing
Men
BY  MEREDITH NICHOLSON
Authoi' nt "The HoUM ol a
Thouiand Candid."
(Continued Irom last issue)
"Tlinnk me fnr tlmt, Antiltnce. 1
tumhli'tl ilniin a |Md many yards of
It uhen I |il:iii'il ni' Ult as a klil.
(lot off tlmi Una. I tell youi You've
got a Iinie In you now!   lie! down!"
"You tiuka' ine tired, Clnlbornc. This
tieautlfiil row will all hoover lu n few
minutes. I never Intentled to waste
much lime on those ft'lluws when I
pit lliem where I wanted them."
Ills left uini liuni; iiulte limp at his
side, uml his face was very white, lie
Imd dropped his rille In the mud al the
iiiaiina'ul lli,' I'liii struck tils shoulder,
hut he still carried his revolver lie
nodded lo Osnir, and they both pi
loped forward mer tlie open ground,
malting straight fnr the cedar covert
I'lnilinrni' was instantly up nud
away between tlio two riders. Their
hold advance evidently surprised the
trio beyond the barricade, who shouted
hurried commands to one another as
they distributed themselves along the
mill ami unaitcil the onslaught Then
they grew still and lay low out of
sight as the silent riders approached.
Tho hoofs of the otirushlng borae9
rang now and then on thc harsh outcropping rock nnd here nnd there
struck tire. Armltage sat erect and
steady In his saddle, his horse speeding on ln great bounds toward thc barricade. Ills lips moved ln a curious
stiff fashion, n9 though hc were 111,
muttering:
"For Austria! For Austrlal He
bade tne do something for the empire!"
lleyoud the cedars Uie trio helil their
fire, watching with fascinated eyes thc
two riders, every Instant drawing closer, and thc runuer who followed theni.
"They can't Jump this! They'll veer
off beforo they get here!" shoutnl
Chauvenet to his comrades. "Walt
till they check their horses for the
turn."
"We are fools. They liave got in
Implied." And Durand's hauds shook
as he restlessly fingered a revolver
Tho big Servian crouched on his knees
near by, his Dnger on the trigger of
his rifle. All three were hatless and
unkempt Tliu wound In /mat's scalp
had broken out afresh, nutl he had
twisted a colored handkerchief about It
to stay the bleeding. A hundred yards
away the waterfall splashed down the
defile, and Its faint murmur touched
them. A wild dove rose ahead of Armilage aud Hew straight liefor.^ him
over the harriando. Tlie silence gr»w
tense as the horses galloped nearer.
The ineli l.'hind the cedar lined wall
henral only the hollow thump of hoots
mnl I'liiili-nc's iai|."a' I'llllng lo Arml
tage mul OkW t'i wairn tliem o' hi.
ii"V.'*'Hb'i.its.
But the eyes of the three conspirators were fixed on Armltage. lt was
bis life they sought The others did
not gnu Ily matter. And so John Ar-
milage rode ncross the little plain where
the lost legion had cuuiiicd for n year
at the end of a great war, and as ho
rode 011 the defenders of the bowlder
barricade saw his white face and noted
the useless arm hanging and swaying
and felt In spite of themselves the
strength of Ids tall, erect figure.
Chauvenet watching the silent rider,
said aloud, speaking In German, tc
that Zmal understood:
"It Is In tbc blood. Ue Is ttke ■
king."
Hut tbey could not hear the words
that John Armltage kept saying over
and over again as he crossed thc Held:
"lie bade me do something for Aus-
(rla-for Austria!"
"Ile Is brave, but hc Is a great fool
When ln> turns tils horse we will tire
on him," Hid /.nml
Their cics fm upon Armltage, and
In their inlaittiiiss they failed to note
the Increasing pm of Oscar'i horse,
which uus spin ling slowly ahead.
When liny s:uv Unit hc would first
iniiki" iln' sn,, p wUU they assumed
ll'll/. 11 (fruit eruWi Um Mm ttruck Ihl
uilli.
to be tbe coiiteiii|.i,iia*i) strategy of tbi
charging party tli... ,, n 1 ti„;r aru„
nt iiim. i-i'iii'i,!,*.' ili.u :,,. mi goon
, 1* 1, his luit's,. Ull mi he i*,kIi*, bend-
Iuk tttwui 11 Iluii*. liis iin,. intu ucruaa
the middle lu front *al luu,.
"Take him lirst," cried Chauvenet
"Thou be ready Inr Armltnge!"
Oscar was now lurulng bis horse, but
toward them nnil across Arinllage's
path, with the deliberate purpose of
taking tbo lirst lire. BlfON Win WU
the cedars that concealed tho line of
null, and he saw the blue barrels of
the waiting rifles. With a great spurt
of speed he cut ln ahead of Arniltiigo
swiftly nud neatly; then on, without n
break or pause-not beetling Arml*
tage's cries -on and sllll ou, till twenty.
then ten feet lay between blm and the
wall, at a place nlu'iv Uie ciilar barrier was thlunest. Then, ns his horso
crouched and ruse, three rifles cracked
as one. With a great trash tlie horse
struck the wall and tuml'leil, roaring
antl plunging, through the tuilgh 'ediir
boughs. An Instant later, near the
same spot, Armltnge, wlUl belter luck
clearing tlio wall, was borne ou
through the confused line. When he
flung himself down nnd ran buck Claiborne had not yet appeared.
Osear had crashed through at a point
held hy liurnnd, who was struck down
by tho horse's
forefoot He lay
Imu liiu: with
pain, with ttie
hind quarters of
the prostrate
beast across bis
legs. Ariuilage.
miming back toward tlie wall,
kicked the revolver from his
hand and left
hltn. /.mnl Imd
started to run as
Oscar gained the
wall, and l'lnm*
Ik lay tump trtIA vouct.B    mm
t***" did not halt th,"
Servian when ho fonnd Osear at his
heels.
Chauvenet stood Impassively by the
wall, his revolver raised aud covering
Armltage, who walked slowly nnd dog
gedly toward him. The pallor lu Arml
tage's face gave him an unearthly look
He appeared to lie trying to force blm
self to u puce of which tils wavering
limbs were Incapable. At llie MMM
that Claiborne sprang upon the wall
behind Clmuieiiet Armltage suerveal
and stumbliil, thou swayed from side
to side like a drunken man. Ills left
arm swung limp al his side, uml his
revolver remained undrawn In his Ml.
Ills gray lilt but was twitched to one
side of his beail, adding a giotcsipn*
touch lo Ihe impression of drunken
MB, ninl In* was talking aloud:
"Slii.it in.'. Mr. Chauvenet Co on
and shoot me. 1 am John Aruiltngc.
and I llie In Moutann, where real pll
pie are. Go on and shoot! Winker
rled's in Jail, und the Jig's up, and tlie
empire nnd lhe silly king nru safe. Oo
on and shunt, 1 tell you!"
Ile bud siiiinl,led on until he was
within a taa steps of Chauvenet.
nhn lifted bis revolver until It covered
Arniltnge's liend.
"Drop that gnnl Drop It quick!" And
Hick t'liill.irne swung the butt of hi I
rille high mul brought It down with 11
crush 1,11 Chiinrenel's lieiul; then Annitnge pimsi and glaiia'oil nl.mt and
lainglnil
It was Clnibainic who freed Durand
from llie ih'ail horse, which had received tlie shots llred nt Oscar Iho moment he ruse at the wall. The light
was a|uiii, knocked out of the consplrn
tur. and he swore under Ids breilh,
1 'fslng lhe unconscious Chauvenet and
le,- missing Zmal ind the III Mm of
the light.
"It's all over hut the shouting
What's next?" demanded Clollwine.
"Tie him up nnd tie the other nno
up," saltl Armltage, staring ibtMt
queerly. "Where llio devil ls Osenr?"
"lie's after tlie big fellow. You're
badly fussed, old man. We've got lo
get out of this nnd li.i ynu up "
"I'm all right I've got a hole In my
shoulder thut feels as big and hot ns a
blast furnace. Hut no'ie gut Ihem
milled, and It's nil right. "Id man."
Durand coutluued to curse things visible aud Invisible ns hc rubbed his leg,
while Clailiorne watched him Impatiently.
"If you start to run, I'll certainly kill
you. monsieur."
"We have met my dear sir, under
unfortunate circumstances. You should
not take It too much lo heart atsmt tlio
laotalo sack. It was tbe fault of ray
dear colleagues. Ah, Armltnge. yon
look rather III. but 1 trust you will
luirb'T no harsh feelings."
Armltage did not look at hltn Ull
eyes were upon (he proitrnte figure of
Chnuvenet. who seemed to be regaining his wits, lie moaned ud 0|>cucd
bis eyes.
"Search liim, Claiborne, to make
■ure. Then get blm on his legs and
pinion bis arms ami tie the gentlemen
together. Tho bridle on that dead
horse Is quite the thing."
"Hut messieurs," began Durnud,
who wns striving to recover his composure, "this Is unnecessary. My frleud
nnd I nre quite willing to give you
every assurance of our peaceable Intentions."
"I don't question lt," laughed Claiborne.
"Hut my dear sir, ln America, even
In delightful America, the law will
protect tbe citizens of another country."
"It will, Indeed," and Clailiorne grinned, put bis revolver Into Arniltnge's
I,i'nl nntl proceeded to cut tbe relus
from thc .lend horse. "In America
such amiable scoundrels ns you nre
given the freedom of clUes and little
children scatter flowers In their pnlh.
You ought to write for the funny papers, monsieur."
"I trust your wounds are not Serious,
my denr Armltage"—
Armltnge. sitting on a bowlder, turned Ids eyes wearily upon Durand,
whose wrists Clnlborne wns knotting
ta.gellier with a sirup. The ol I'm it s|iiiii
Ibe mnn around viciously.
"You beast, If you address Mr. Arml-
tlgl again I'll choke yon!"
I'liatiiveni't, sitting up and staring
ilitlly nhout wns greeted Ironically by
Durund:
"Prisoners, my dearest Jules: prls
oners, do you understand?   Wlll you
I'letise arrange with dear Armltage to
let us go home nml lie good?"
j    Clnlborne emptied the contents of
CMbomi mm M n'i' "'ui I'lniiijiit ti
dolOTl 011 (.'Imuran l's lun,I.
Diirund's isiekets upon the ground ntnl
tiissi'il 1 Husk to Aruiltngc.
"Wc will discuss matters nt the lum
galow. They always gai lo Ibe in.ml
furmhoiise lo sign llic Mat] tt pw 1
L't us al.i everything according lo lhe
best tradill'ins."
A liniment later Oscar run in from
llie ilirt'i'll'UI of tho gup to lllld llie
work dune ami the parly ready to
leave.
"Where ls tho Son Inn';" ilcmniuliil
Armilage.
The soldier saluted, glanced frum
('Iiiiiiieuct to Durnud and from Claiborne laa Arilllt.'IgO.
"He wlll not come lmil,." sul.l the
sergeant aiuielly.
"lint is hud." remarked Armitagt'
"Inke nil bursa' nnd ride don n I"
Menu Springs and tell Huron t,,ii \lir
bof and Judge ClaiilKirne lhat Captain
Chill.inie has fuiiinl John Armltnge
nud thai lie presents bis otini|,|luu*iits
nnd wishes tin-in ba cnnie tn Mr. Ai nil
latin's house nt once. Tell them thut
Captain Claiborne sent you and Hint
lie wants them to come luck with yi'ii
Itnineillately."
"Hut Armltage -not Marhof- for
(iod's sake, not Marhof." (Tiiiummi. 1
staggered to bis foot, mul bis void
clinked as lie muttered his iip|io:il
"Nut Marhnf:"
"We can Hi this among onrsi'lus
Just wait a little till we can talk over
our affairs.   Ymi hnve quite the wrong
Impression of ns, 1 assure yen, mes
siciirs," prut.'sled Durund.
"Thut Is paal misfortune. Tltutik-
for the brandy. M. Dur.ind 1 Ml
i|iilte restoroal," saild Aniillngi'. rising
And llu" color swept Into bis fun', ami
he mm with quick decision.
"Oh. ilaihnrne, will you kindly give
uie the timer
Claiborne laughed.   It was a laugh el
real relief at the change In Annit.i
tone.
"It's a quarter of 7. This lillle scrap
ilialn't take ns much time ai you
thought It would."
tisiiir had mounted ArmllfliVs horso,
ami rtuilmnie sl.ipi'oil htm aa he nsl«
past on his wny lo tbe road.
"After you deliver Mr. Arniltnge's
message, gel a IMM and lell blm to be
In a hurry nlaniit gelling here."
"No!" Iicgan Aruillnge. "Good Unl.
not We are nol going to advertise this
mess. You will spoil It ill. 1 ilmi''
pro|.osc to tie arrested nml put In Jail.
mul n ilucliT would blab It ill* 1 tell
you, 11.1!"
"Omar. p. to Um lintel nt the Spi inns
nnd ask lor Dr. BaMM. He's nil
nrmy surgeon on leave. Tell hltn 1
want him to bring Ids ti.als and eme
to me nl the bungalow.   Nmi go!"
The conspirators' haarsos wen' brought
up. nml I'lull.irne put Armltage upon
llie Ml of them.
"Da.n't Iii'iii 1 is though 1 were a
sla-k  priest:    I  tell ynu.  I  M  bt—t\
It the pris rs will kindly nnlk uhc.ul
of us we'll grniiniisly rlale U'liind. Or
ne might pul lliein l«.lli on otic horse.
I Hm nnl!"
ibniiietiel nml Durniul. ns tbei
hiiiii linl abend 6f their captors, ill
rlilod tlieir time between execrating
iinli oilier nial trying tai mnl.e terms
wnii Ariulluge The thought of Ii'iin:
haled MM Hiiriui uui Marhof gave
Ihem gri'iit eoiieern.
"Wnlt a few hours. Armltnge U-l us
sit down nml tulk It nil our Ue'r*
not as Mark as your Imagination paints
us!"
"Save ynur breath! You've bail your
fun so far. nnd now I'm going tu haie
iniui' Yam felloivs are all right to sit
In dark MM and plot murder ami
treason, but you're not made for work
In the I'l'on    l'lirwurd:"
Tln*y were it nnru ci,ui|..in.i lhat
drew up nl llie emply l'inignl"it, where
the lamp nml rmiilles flickered eerily
On Hie table still Iny thc sword. Ihf
clonk, the silver Iwx, the Inslgtiln nf
noble oldcrs.
Special Bargains in
Coal and
Wood
Heaters
Stoves
Graniteware
& Furniture
Also <i Singer Hand
Sewing Machine
Cheap.
Tin
;ner s
70 Lonsdale Ave.
and 895 Granville St.,
Corner ol Smythe,
Vancouver.
hone
108
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
Deuen in (.'n.il, Brick,
Sniil,   Gravel,   Lime,
(cnn'iii  .md   Gem r,il
Balden' Supi 1
Ml   i ii.i,: -   li
I'liii I and sum n tlmi
(iii.ii.iiiii al.    Pricei i'n
Applii iii'in.
Office: Lonidale, neu City What!
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"'lilin   US  TOU, JOII.1  aUUUTAOir
QUI   giUitlolliiil   .I.a ubt-
leaa wish lo confer. M
them seqnpsU-r them-
Hit'■!■:" nnd Armltnge
limed his hnnd to tin*
line ol empty Bleeping rooms. "I believe   M    Inininil  nir li   knows  lhc
nni nboiil. lie inuy wish looiploreniy
tnmkl ngnln." mid Arinlluge btwai
lo the two men, who, with Uieir wrlnlii
(lo he 1 ununited j
1.1. lit cm m 1
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173 THIRD STREET, W.
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lum . >. olllc. « I eu V,kjluianluu. U. U THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
SEVEN
St. Johns Parish Hall
Wednesday, November 2nd
An exceptionally good programme has been arranged (or the above date. Vocal, Instrumental and
Special numbers in unusual variety. Among those who
vvill take part are several whose names are well known
in Vancouver.	
DOORS OPEN 8 P. M.
TICKETS 50c.
N. B. Thi. entertainment il given at the un.niiiioni reqneat of
thoie preient at the meeting of the Congregation on
the 1 uh inal. It ihould be well patronized. Object; to
raite balance due on piano purchased for the Pariih Hall.
BEST BUY IN
NORTH VANCOUVER
Close to Grand Boulevard and cariine; triple corner on
11 th street, 160x157; total street frontage 317 (eet. This is
a splendid building site situated on elevation.   For price and
trims Me
Pierce & Hall
126 Second Street E.
North Vancouver
DO YOU
WANT
A HOME?
See the
Canadian Home Builders, Limited
THOMAS TAYLOR, Mgr.
25 Hastings East Vancouver
Buy at the
Welcome Parlor
And iSave Money
Wi ['.'".iiiii Ij guarantee all out groceries tn be the
highest iii quality and lowest in price
BREAD
Vmi in.ii do wall iliewb ire luu you will do better by
buying h largei loal "I I"ttei bread from ns.
Frail Daily: MILK, CREAM & III IIIKMIIk
ALL KINDS 01 I Kl II l\ SEASON
ll. st J. ,\: M* Coffee, Iresh routi d aad ground, 3 lbs. lor $1.00
,ii.n ,1 gri le .tt ij centi,
Indian and Ce) Ion fu, 3 lbs. ,<i.ooalso all itandard gradt 1
Nniii    11 Butter 35c lb.     Vancouver Creamery 40c Iba
Y.f.'.i  I     -ippll   -   lla'tll   ll.lj  I''   >2./5
I .1     laaortmenl ol English Candiei imp irted and domntic
fruin 15c t" 6oCa
New Laid Eggi daily, 601 perdoien; case  K14M.
Fresh Bin mis, large iiaortment, toe tu 25c per lb.
65 LONSDALE AVENUE
Phone 126 Fan Dki h i rv
Best Buy in North Lonsdale
Close to new school
6 Lots 40 x 113 J fed in Block 6, D.L 784
Price $275 each. Cash $100 each. Bal-
ance $10 per month.      :::       :::      :::
EDWARD T. POLLOK
110 ESPLANADE
UKVl'l.til'MKNTaS IN' NORTHERS
IIUITISH COLUMBIA
LaUtt itiliiivii rt'ifivi'il from the
■Ortk indii'iites great dmbpunt
work being done ou lha. muni' coal ami
mini'i'iil ptOipMtl tim 11.11 Indl llinl
Inm* aiimi' to light during the |>ii-t
month or so, the ririWs. of win. h
1»    hiii'dly   lenli/iil   by    the    otituidia
11,alld.
i:*.|i,*iinlly n.il.'H'oillit l| thc new
disat.very of anthracite mat in thtt
(In,nnd ling mountain district, a few
tnilca. nuiih of Kllison. Expert! wlm
have just rt'turncil arc uimnimnUx in
their o|iinion as to ihis new liml nl
nnllit'iicili' ciiitl. being ei|ii,il in quality tn the fnmniis 1'iMsburg prnduct,
11,'iv iliikis of silver hnve also been
itnide nt famt- nntl tiine mila- ninun
lain in ihe etoN vi'inili ,,[ Il,*i/i*lii,n,
1). ('.
tiiaaihci* iin|iaiitiint pim nl i,vi'lii|i
iniui is thaii l.'ing a niii,dm by the
<; t .uul Trunk I'm Hi,* Kailwif, on their
pii,|i,aiti,.s   in the Telkwa    Kiver   ilia
tlia I.      llllill'    lllllttlll'l'    imi' ,I'llllll       Sl'lllll
of iiiilhriicili'  has   I11111 ah-..,lined  in
llic Kisjainv  Valley.
Willi all this work lieii g curried nil
in the nuuli. nc cun iiai.ai forward to
ih'ir being n lltgl inltux of |aen|ile
iluiitii.' lhc '"'Ml few months and in
the spring.
Al ihe jtmctkM of the Sk.i-nn rivei
imd Itnlklcy valley, gnat prog.es'. is
lieiiiL' inn'lc. Iiuihlin^.s nre gning up,
a   new   wharf   is   being   l.uilt,    wh.t..
Heaan. teky, Vlettb k Stewart  have
c-talilishcd    themselves    iii peiulnnenl
liciidipiiirteis, making this poinl  their
'Iiiit ilUliiliuting plaie Inr the whole
of the interior nrtlon.
VOTED t'l.tiwi'.iiiNt; tut.ns
Wint-'f lowering bulbs give gOod
rwultl In umler mth iciv little Mie,
White li.,main llvaciiiilis. Iluich llya
cinth, Nariissi or Dnltotlils give   bent
n-ults.    I'm 'Ims,* tin* bathe in Ot le
her ami |>"i litem at nil,v. I'm three
I'.iiniaii 11, iiinths or Nir i**si in 11 lue
Inch pot  (or nm Yin i si  if Imllis are
Inrge), .,■ mora Mbi can !►.■ plau'din
1 larger pot, pan oe AaDoan  bu,
lh.* In,\ shoiilil lm about fnur Ukn
■ i.-.| 1   ami lune   -iintaa   hiili-inah h,,li'«
iimul through ihe bottom six Ukn
apail fnr tliaitniL'e ptirpoRes, Put one
Dulali Hyacinth in a tour inch pot or
111*'!'* ill a lal|.r'T pnl. Dei a little
iliiiinage material.
Tl»* top ol lhe bulb should be just
Ih*Iow the sinfiiee of the soil when
pn"teil. and the siirlii'i' a,f tha* soil half
in in,It Ivlnw the top of lhe pot to
allmi' ronni fnr wad-ring them. Water the liullts well directly alter pot-
ling so as to moisten all the loil.
Then plan' lhe |iots away in a cool,
dark aallin ai i.,nm. The cellar ia the
Is'sl   pluii".     The   lent|ieraluri' .hamlil
I."   about    IH   nr   I".   ita'L'.'il'-.
Itury the pots an in. h .laap in sand.
tight snil, air ninl uhee. Sand is
the barta l'ink lhe -and around the
pnl- so an to leave no spaces.     Wa-
ia*t this una.iin*.' well if dry.   Leave
the pots coier,*.! iii this way tor lour
aai lii,* wca'ks air longer until a good
.out system hi. (I,'ie.ln|."d. dually
ilia* unit- a.m In* em framing lhrniii;h
the n|H"rtini* in the Itoliom of thi■ p A
Una' of tl.e main points in growing
these bulbs well is to secure a good
root si-lim lulin.'    th.* tup     growth
iinniii      Tha* puts   can   then be
brought into the window or can be
left in the sand in the cellar until 'he
lOp L'raiwth is nlmut tno inche.
in hciirht. Thev fkuU be taken out
nf the sand ninn the top growth i-
abotit lhe height menlion.sl. lh.y
cin b" Mt in a light plnco in lhe eel
lar a little longer if ilesirnble. Inir..
dins" ih.* bulb- mln Unlit and mmlighi
in deg an, tap the hnlbe well «'»■
lend,   bull'- Uoii met i»- allo«
a.l  tn Imii.iii.* alty aftarr they a	
potted niii'l  lit"'ii.'h lowering.
Ih..   I111II1-.   .-|ai-cia.lly    the   Nnti
.nnl  llul* h   Ili.u inih.  a an  Is* dins! ol
gradually, kept warn natfl mmfi
and llii'ii planted mil in lha' ental'"'
11I1, t,'   thev   may   in   a year    or   tw.a
lower .'i.'.ini.   T'Ih'v in nldoai olenj
ll-e   |0   tOWn   imlailllS   tile    ■.*"a|l'l J'   *l
It is titel 10 piiiih«-e ncn liull,
year, Unit.an llia.iinihs and Pal""
White Narci-si potted in tlclober can
ha had in llnwer by ('hristmas •"
Na« Year. Single Dutch llyncintli-
iiia* Iiest for pot culture antl can   hi
had in iihiti". red, pink, and Ue '
nrs.     Good vat iei ic-.- of  \«ii'i-si   are
Von   Sinn   (doable), Trumpet   M
I'tiii'i--, ami Paiaolnr   l'.mpr.--.      "'"
Pnlyanth Nnicis-i  m*,,   ,,l-o l'0"'I.
BIO CAB   K'AIINS
Wiih   ih**  Intention   ol   upending
1100,000  nn   li,l*.l*.,,:ii    boTM   alt'l    it
fair   -hups   nn   lhe   |n,i|ia*iti     P
1   I'llll 'it  III   il   iii'ar   'he aid nl   11"' Ncn
We-iinin-lci* bridgi on the Bomj   "■''
**f ilu* l*'i*a..*i rteer, lhe Brltl b   '"'
iintbia  I'lc trie lUllwt]   roWtf
i" "I' in irreagaWQMt wiih lh« l|nM*
ininn |inieiiinwil to nee tb' nidge
Kin*.' Edward to rein Ibe !■" i "'''"'
propertj mcm four Uk, dr»wtag *•
-and fnun ihe lim -iluiicl in ttOmO,
and at the same tinn* .tiitin.   » mt
m'l ihroagh Ike bar. L
THE RIGHTS
OF A
TAX-PAYER
An Article of Vital Interest to Every
Citizen of North Vancouver
_
q
LISTEN!
Kvery man or woinnii who owns property in Nortii Vancouver OIHjIIT to know how tlic city's money is being spent.
In just a few Join the Municipality on the North Side of
Bur r.i I'll Inlet is baunl to become it bit: citv.
#|J   At the beginning of thingi is ibe time to build  for tbe
jJ   future.   Tbe Mil 11 iui pa 1 improvementi which are goin;.'into
Nortli Vancouvei' today mail be plumed with the idee ol anticipating the needs of the metropolis of "tomorrow",
NORTH VANCOUVER IS TO
HAVE A NEW SEWERAGE
SYSTEM
_
Tbe sewers of the "TO-MORROW
of CONCRETE.
UTY" will all be built
fH   Sewers of vitrified clay arc obsolete, in many MMI un-an-
j|   itary, causing a sinful waste of good money.    There have
been no improvements made in their manufacture for years.
#1| This is tbe age of concrete, the progressive age. People are
Jl just commencing to realize the possibilities of I material
which can bt molded into any desired form and when allowed to
set, retains tbe outlines of the mold, in imperishable, impervious
stone.
#jj .Not to personally probe tbe claim made for modern oonoretl
jl as manufactured by the Dominion Glazed Cement Pipe Co,
for sewers and drains would be, on tbc part of every member of the
City Council, a neglect ol the city's best interests amounting to
a breach of trust.
flj This is not a question altogether of technical Import. It
Jl is a matter of plain common sense and business foresight.
Leading technical men all over tbe entire world acknowledge the
superiority of concrete for sewer purposes. Those who ignore the
tMtimony ol Mich linn and follow the opinions of men with little
or no practical experience pay for their mistakes thcm-lves or
force the burden onto the taxpayers
gTJ   Your duty as a citizen of Nortli Vancouver is plain.    It [g
jl\    for you to demand of your council a remit ring of their itt w-
ardsbip.   The responsibility of so Importanl I step towards the
city's future should not be controlled by one young Mlaried man.
Before tbe awarding of the new Mwer contracts ivery property
owner should personally inform him-eli on the relative merit- ol
concrete and clay sewer pipe, by a visit to mir factory on Front
Street False ('reek, where we can show you the making of concrete
pipi from A to Z and ihow it- -uperiority over clay pipe by indisputable tests made in yur DMMnM.
fH   Ii \"ii'innot riiit our plant youreelf. iniiit thai yourooun*
m oilman, who has been elected by you as your personal representative 'l"t -- 1 Tlie value of comparison and competition
will fully justify his vi-it.
DOMINION GLAZED
CEMENT PIPE CO.
FACTORIES.  False Creek, Front Street; Feachland, B.C.
OFFICE:   1207 Dominion Trust Building EIGHT
THE F.xrRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE KXPRESS
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
I. K. Wahefield hoi under iouitrui>
i'l,\SSH'll'|i 111, ml I HNS
loctll  tha*  ii a* ■' I   '    '      linn a cottige I'll llili itlWl ms
■ ii i.'nt loenl aelia n   n ^~~l
RATI
Rtogli ln-''ii. lOn |*i line
  Week, 7!    im I""' I""  '    l I ■"
tine M.iiatla. '*.  |a,*i line per innertlon
Mi's.     |{.    I';,llat'f,    ,,l     I l'J    2nd    -ll'.'fl,
will   rcvii    Tltur-ilni.   dai.    87th,
and  mi ihe  fourth  Thuraday ol eich
month,
Mc§a-
 ione
Methods
II you had i voice like thunder,
with i Megaphone attachment you
could net reich ii many pooplc il
you em through our want adi.
You have not got lhi voice but
our papsr Is it your aervlca all thi
yeir around.
*  I
III SHRQOMN   Hiilii.aii al|       de
in* I tl   upi I.. Phi
mi; - \l a    Pa||   . | Wint-r  Vppl
i       '   r Ki n
l.'th sin*. I a
Br. atul Mi-. I'liiiiini'i' aiiil family
returned lul Frldnj Irom an enjoy
■ilili" ihii'a* montha' vacation with re-
'. iiiii- in Manitoba,
lira, IV. .1, Imin l.li un Saturday
foi   Ufa in'. t\ai-li., in company  with
Hr,  inl Mi i, I'.ll.(enn .in iih.i wel * the
a i li   i    m  this i in   at   lit,' ie
j ,i'lil   I'll  I* ill   S  ail   li.-ill.
\l     It. I'. Kulniford, Sen id itNM,
ea-i ill   Si.    An,Inm'-    Aie.. will   n*
eivt   on liialai   lhe 'J-.li in-l,, ainl ol
I lit,* Imiii li r.-.l.'ii   nl emit month ilnr
I   iiil'   ihf   *-•':!-..II
j   C   s. Arnold ,,f the legal brm  nl
I Silnili *   ,1     \iinihl   ha-  i'lln ha-i'il   a
a,,: i-j111 -tr,*,.! neu* tha* Grand
j i'.inilii.iial  and hia moved in ii th hU
j lamily.
Mi. -I. I I pe has Imn.In mil lie
real   eatate   lan-ine-s at  I j in \ alley
i.inialli     ..periled    hy    t':ii*iiii.'Iiii**1   k
— |  -tin li,  .'nnl mil I'.nitiniie  the liu-iii. s-
n tin* name -tit,,,! Immidiitel) it ihe
.nd ,ai  lie' tram line.     Mt.  In   his
h I feii.mad with hia lamily to I inn V >l
ley and intendi to divot* hi-  et be
eitei'L'i"- i" operatioai In realty with-
. ni i.a tha. Vallej *
lul; HAI.K-t'l
,    a.   ,..,|   n|
'a    ll        |„   Nlil
WANTED
Mi*. I II aa, i,a am ,,[ Keith road lelt
am Saturday morning lor Saaiui-,
M ,n . in , horgi aal her mother who
lia- l«*i*n li.i ..'ii.-i taar the pa-l iwo
I montha, Mi i, Bin Iai ia quite an eU
lady ami ii «a- ber intention to «pend
ll'*    lllll   a I     ,.||     ill,.    rOOat,    lalll     ,*l    lie   ile
 inin to her home overcame  Ut
ippii*. i.iiiaati nt the climate here. Hn,
Ilm* hiaon'   In I** daughter **t ipit
ll \\ I I I'     letlllll    * ro i"
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■ |ii it '■.     I '      ii ill     ol     'I.
I \a|  I-    .
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MISCEUANLOUS
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I id*,   '•'
MUKIC
n. ii i i
II   ie
il I.M I « .
V'lth \iiiieiiiivrr.
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NORTH V IMIII VI I:  IlKi II
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EDUCATIONAL
K daily,
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a ' ll.tlite
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TAllORINO
I',    liuin I.'        il'iai.-        |;|\u
\ \)l'uy -
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C.M.N. COAL & SUPPLY CO.
1 to fill a
Ti
oarry a lull line ol
plies. Oat I
A trial nnla*r m.i *  uvii.re yon uf
that    Oct your ft
ntny
and St  i. .
Terms Cash
1'
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Any.uie trial
drop a card ti A. < !■ N rth
Vancouv ii"
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P.*; id   V.'
work *t ly  fiist
class work s '
M (ra.'I
.
I a
inter,
I ll"-^^^^^^^^^^^^
I',,in young offend i- uill appear on
del ih,* pnn i loan ,,f the Juvenile A.i
i»i*na* Hagiilrate Seal) In tht  i	
■ mih  Ihiiih uui   in,,inin:  to atiiiiai   .i
II irge     a,|     lia.il   .*l„,* , k , 11 _'      auul      llll'll.
I la,* ,,. I ii i . ..muiii ie.| |oi t Stimuli!
i li. ti ili.* * nl|ii i broke n ,t a -'reel
an    . "iiahia .a,,'-   home  iiii   l'.''h   -inei
ind  ippmpriited i bunth nl rat t■.I
*.'l -iiiiia* I Ii mge, Thej were
1*1*1* la* lad.   I   aan    Minial.ll     a,It,I     "lull     **l
* an* Ii   na    In nl.*  till   tl...  nii--inL'   I  ti
1,*    uai.   a,..... red.     I le* ll"!    in
nl     In     1*1 !*■■   :ill*l   llitll     llie
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|| il   l   tel's.
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I he   II. li.l.-t*   la lllll-*!    nf    the   Allilell
Hi,ll,l.    I*. hil'll   hi a,    *     a*   l* he,|    II   .    I       l
I ■ I *. I ■■. I I    llllpl.alalil.nl    III   elell    al,
nl  over poal  bullae,  ti-   rol i
 II     If .1   Inenl    aaf    lhe big    lh Oj -
;>li. ie nl Canadian ni.il inlver
-.ll     -pail I       i-     a*\ll,|ll-tila*      alll      lltttell ,
II-   illll-tl* llnlll-   mUal   IM   -'S'li   taa   laa*   ij'
11  llll   HOTELS
I',llaa      ||,,|,l
*i. tl. Stop. . * etl''
Ilea il.ti-n ill. Seattle,
ll.    ,h.| th . 'lum, rhQHwirk
ir,   .,11,1   Ml-,   tl.    llaill.   tta-kada
il    ,ti,t Mi-   I. Perrault, Sa.kiiiiinn
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I',, i . GAZETTE
The current i--'t'* ol lhe Uriiish Cul*
iiinltia Ooeette " hand contain! tho
lollowing nlli' iail notice":
Tn lie  N.ilaifn-a  rullll''
Arthur Tayloi olWilmer, Koiionny.
Thomai John"  Hoi and w'Uiam
Henry Priee ol the  iiy ol Victor!*,
T, he ina'iiiliefs .'I the Board 11 Hi
Motors nl tha' l'"i SUale llonaril
Hoipital; Arthur Burrough Penwick
and Thomai   Ilniin Mr\ ittle, 'null nf
Fort   S le.
To I"' memberi nf lhe Board "I Di
rectors ni the Hivel.toke Huspital
Hot ien :   Robert (iordoa, S.M., Prank
I'oUng    llllll    I   lllllla-     llaaltell,    Jill d!    1 lie
city nf ttivetatohe,
The Bon   ll. J, Rowaer, Attorn ey
' ., nelall,    I,,   Ile   :|, llll.;    \1  III   lei*   aaf   l*'|
nance auul tgri ulture during tlu nli*
■.ene,* Iron ile' proian e a,I the  Boa,
I'liee   l:ll.s.a„.
Alderman I', t. finunl rd the city o!
I ' I'liall la, 1,,' il |l|a till ,a*f , af ill,' |l()il| <|
111   t'lUllltli--la'llt'l-   aaf   police   tilt'       ill tl
'HI*
I li.- an a'.*|ii;iti I the fi-L'nniia.n aif
ll. .1. I ,ae.** ol ' a- laaatt l\a„,lenity a-
a  -lllstiae  ol  tin-   I'eaa'a   is  ii'eurded.
The prod iiii ,ti,,n i- recorded .■.-111in |
parlianwnl to meet on lha 13th day
nf January,
Plagatone hoi been subalituted   lot
liiini* in the I'll 111.- ele* lul ll diitrict llll polling place.
I In* ili'pnt llna'li:  ..I Lands is   calling
lor tender, lor lha erection nf ■ sa
pa -triiaiiii.' iii a bridge il IVnnv. It.
('., ami f.ai tbe manufacture ,,f the
material in connection,
N'0til"e   i-   t-'ilall   aaf   ilia'   lellil, I la ||     (,(
the atatua ol lhe ¥ile » boot di- rici
ta, thai nf .in aeaUted ichool,
Notice i- given "f th" uudgBBent ol
lhe Mnir.ii Ripley Compani nl   Vu
.■met. It, ('., a,| the I Iniil..u I .umbel
Compani ol Vancouvei. II, C„ and aif
S.   It.  William- a,f  Van ..inei*.
Nolice  1-  L'iU'tl  I'l   il I'  i   '   I It
llie   *i|>|*ti* .ml-    h i'   an   aa' I   ll ill   I p
plied lor emending lhe lime  d r   the
"iniiii'iK. then'   ol   ili    a,.a t ii,,n ,l|
tie* it,,ii'. Neat I Noi there, Ri fa i.
NO   H'e   i"   give!    hi      I  C     Ii'llllla*!   ttt
Vancouver ,,f inti nil. n iia apply    at
lie*   Dell   -illiliL'  ol   ll"*   le-'i-l-i'iir- lot
.rn ,*e i tu ain*,,f| orate n * impany   to
build a rat,'u.ii liom  t i"'ini "11 the
i apilano rivei in   he > . * il ■*
\,,nli Van ,,ni. r ;,t an near   dl iii* i
laal     .".Sll    I,,    ;|    jaailll       ill    ll-tli* t    |,,l      I,
','_'*',, group I, \,n It' "ai n ler die
'iiei.
feiiii'n-nia*-  ol   ii "poration    ban
ti en grant, d lo lh I'.. C, BynWullr
Power Co, wilh I ra|iil d nl IIOjnHi
I'.inleiih M.i 1a   I id., ii.ili  i a apital
,,i sitm.i>iiii    Burrard  Trial  ,v Ln-in
I    lattlp.ttll       ll   I'll        I      '   Itl'll    ll      'af      >.'*0  I.IIH   ,
i i a* i  a,    h Co.: Cope a Son wilh
| , .le' a , ' slaaa ie II | | ,,,, m.i allll
ll.ll!    I llllll    I    I  ," I   a   *      aria     a ap
ial nf x I imi  Hamlin Tug H
with • rapital ol WWOB; lalaul He
li'lnplllelll I .... with I p ' 'I 'I " ''■
IHII ]   North      \Il.'i 1   ,11   'leil-    -■•!•
Printing ind PuHII ti a   Co., MO,	
Ill,let     a.l     Kill.-'    II *'      '    a    -    ifl      "atl'l-ll
Columbii: ""■!" il Import aid   Ri
port f<>iiip-in. with i < *(>'i!,i
tm ; lh. Owl Dm   ' " . imli i '.iii
l.d   aaf   S.'jl.lltll ;   I'llll.a-   Kn|vll    -
anal      Tin-'    I a.. ;     111.'   S-.illli, ll    Ihii
1,'nei   Miiiiii.  i ii . .sl.niii.i.ii ] a nal the
Viuiiaiiiiei Mortgage Co, mtli ai aapi
lal|   aaf   000,000
The mi a.i prince Rupert will   ap
ply tai ilie legislature for an t,inenl
ment to enable the ■ i'i la Iviaaii .mil
ni*,' money by lhe ban nl limiil»"l
itoeh, i" "*nn*ii il i. ii'ni ■ iini li
i--nii| intu -inli -inal,. :,n,l io ronaol
idate 'la'in- provided t**t bj Individntl
byllWl   -n    Itail    a,,,-,*, uh,,*  ,|,.l eiitin,-
111* in-*til.il t<wi. miu* be i--na*I loi
-inh iial* 1 ited
Mii.k itrsiM'.ss lim iiisiiim; AT
Mil M 11
The !iv.'i'a|f,. iliuli mill, ibipmenl fm
Langley taken all ihe vear t"1""! '-
iiinni' 1,000 gallon, daily, md during
iln' -innnier monthi ii tvai'l"- ta n.|fh
as 8,700 gallom daily. All tl" i.iwh
era are Innreoaing their lierdi i"',l !'"'
milk nittpiit nmi ii ni' reo«ing bj leap
antl Itnnnils,
The   ..lie,! „f the iniil,   Indualry on
other iiiihi-irie- ha- heen nwat   in "I"
I'll nil llaa* eltee-e III* I,ill. The i'ii''''
paid   III   the  .'ill   fa.I   mil-   hi"   a,ill *H"
ed mtll ii Iiii- 11.aii attained a Bguri
which mak'- ilie manufacture ol cb» -•■
inipii-sihle a- a paying indualry,   I n
til   fee,*lllll    a   ell.*.-**   fl*l."l      WUI      in
lin-ines-   al   .1 tt 1 ili in-.   It'll    ll"'    cl	
when   Iliad.'   -nld   lor   I'"-   lh»l    kM
haie It  obtained lor the null,  n-'l-
llii' fintial'.l'  ha- heen  'l"-'"'l  ,l"«"'
STOVES TO BURN
NOTICE
Am peraon who -mi ■ r * it twi ami
peraon nh , -am the *olliait n 1 ,* a ** i
all    ant,,    aiml    liimle    at   aln    -a'ai,a,|
tiun iii ih,* Capilano Road trom   th*
* nd uf tin' a*,*u* iin,* , n th,* aftern on
of .Inly  l-t la-l  would .   nf.**   a ! nu
liy communicating with I.* B. ihl.el
lan. 137 Haitingi .treei weat, VanM'i
ver. ll. C.
Nivnt iv
NOTICE   i-   lielel'l   jlvt 11   t1 «t   tllilll
.lavs o(tn iha' Inl publ ■ ition ■■! ihi*
notici,    I    ilita'tial    I.a    llppll     I'l    llli'    Hl|
p, filitatiilaii;   ,,f  I'mi iu, ial  I'o i,e lor a
,* >.*M .il   nf   llie   II,uel   1 <■ n-e  for     lit.*
Moodyville lini'l uu ii.d at lood;
iilie, ll. f.. ..it Lol ■>-.'■), group I,Nea
iie-titiiii-i.t diatrict, lor the tenn ot
-i\ montha iiuiiiiieiia* ne January l-t.
mil.
(Snd.i      TOM BOOTH.
Haled al   Smiili \ .in '•'.
ii.i. I Iih. 1010. :'* I
ta rr "sisz ".
wc criny such leaden as
BELL OAK
S JNBEAM and
FAIRYQUEEN
'        '
compli te line cl
Box Stovi
I i, i don'l
'• *
tit '.
paine & McMillan
The™
tont-rr I l.ii'dtv.it'r.
Nortii \ .ii couver
fomsi*: oi' i.t:i ii in R
I lie     Norlli     Ll 'Hal      llllllll     >,,'!
' ', ll'l    giving    aa    -. I I    le* I	
ilnillii;   ll"     , a  I   l'.t|n I'.iil   'u   tl,.
llaalll. llltllllll   llall   "II   pl.ai.ia--
II .        "'I.'     *.  ll .III II-   111 I   I
lla.lt      p!   I'.      lllll     ia.llll     I'e  |tl|||*.     , ,f       (h*
I* *■   I alll
Miort^cSaEe
nc vu i un e rm
PROPERTY
I nd, f old  I'l   ninii* uf  the I'm*.
Sal i I ua :, Certain Indent n
"■  Mortgage, nin, h mil U' . i dua ■!
al   lha'   Ulna*  ul   - de,   ill. I"  mil  l»*  ■■'
fared t"i lite hj publii   iu li n ■ *
uii*'. siii'ititiir ni* nn coixr\
,.( \ l\t id 11 l;
.*'     llli*    llulll*   uf    I    llMnak    ill    ill*
 II
Un li.tliii, Nov. llth, 11)0
a a   thl
MH Kll I'S tll I It I,
IN llll  nilitl HOI SI,
III    ilia*   I   Ut     *a|    t   ,tl,a**ll, I .    P.     I
Tha. lollowing propert,!, namrl) :
tl I    t\|i -IN..I UAR  'Ln    e'l .1"
panel  ...   ii.n i   n'   l a... I    ila*!    |"
-tliia . .   lune   and   I.'in*.,   in   the    I m
ni     N.'l    ll     I *l HI I.    Hi     lie*      p."* 	
,,( Briliah Columbia, uel beinithnown
and tla*-* iii"*d  i   ia.lliaii-    I ,,t "I     -
le  .Ubdivililllt    aai    lilt.     |ll.*lla* .*l||a|     l'  II
ti.-ii (II ,\   13), in I'li'.k eight;
|S),   III  -illaallll-i f  III   'li* '   I ..' tile
Imn.hed and i'in ' '*"*" iiv |l|.|
\ III tifi*   lll-ttl' I.   BO aalal  ll       'aa ,|  m>l|,
nr plan ail lie* - u.l lubdivi.ion depot
ili-l iii iha I and It. .t-lii nth .
(ity .at Vaneouver, iloiwiaid,
nil   VENDORS   nil   INFORMED
that  then' i- -i''i.-i n  lh      ml  I't ■
part) a I'TtWII' HKI I I IN'* mil m
TEWS     IT     Ml  I        .'"     |-l   a.lll.   aa|
(he pun blue itloii!**,   t,, I'-
.ii   tile   lillle  ill   -alia-,   alll'l   I1 •    la |l II
I lallaaa*   H|t||   , a ali'l 11 |i  ll      *,a
kltullll     ll     'Hit'*   **l        ''
l*'n|       fail'lt      pill    I' llhlt-     lllll     -illidi
llial.     ,.|   Soil,   alpl'l*
t n |I\^KIN
-aall, il.ir    laT    Ma,
•.'.'I   '.I   111*   III
\ allenmei,   P.   I
lllllasl    ,*    I   an  * ill...   II.   I    .    tla
alll     a,'    ll.lial.l.     \.    ||.    |<l|ll.
I'EABOliY'S
RA1I ROAU
KING
tla*      ,1,        .1.       IL"   Ut"    I'd''" \lt—S*
TEABODYS'
UNIOf! M
MADC
OVEnAlLS
iv    K_\
*m_-
'I he     a,nly    man';! a
lli.il    p! e>      i*.il        "
am	
II.'II
mm
p.' •    Wt
III   11
And I. i it* .1 wanuwr
!»-.[*   _
|'e  A'.A'   '*      ll   aa'***    al      ll    II
at
I.a •- .1*  hr
CUMMINGtS
li. lal s (  lolhinC, M    il'*-.      I..I'll' - .   .lll'l
I
NI'XT rom l:ss' MEAT KA1KB1
meBWtT'""  ** * r*»'T|l,ff'?r'»T1W^
!   SPECIAL FOR TLN DAYS •
; .  ;
;        Coldske Baking Powder •
Two !6 oz. Tins for 35c
, j.a. in.n&i lun i
;
Comer I
TAKK NOTICE that tb Coumifi ol tin Corporittoii of tbo <
1    Nortli Van. mi,*, mteinls to construct thi undermi Btioned worki
ol I ocal liiiptiii..ni.'.it uii'ler sul.section (Ml WCtion 156 "I tl." Mum-
Clauici Act, iod intendi io noon tha Boil coil thereol npon
tha real propert)  fronting or almttini! thereon, ..inl lo lie bend
thereby, ind thi! 1 ihotHol tbo laod» lul letopij tl
,-sa.ssnif.it ami tin  mmi     ll the   oivners ther. "I. -   I" III in I-  a
,,.,,,M1„,i [rot : \.- s..,i. nt Roll, iioow • 1 Hit m thi
Office ol th' I Iht   Mmiu ipality, ni « open foi tnapection
daring offici houn
Wnnii
1 .riilirn*
l',,.r
hl.AIlK
An Opportunity I "I h One Regretted
,$112.i*)0 Cash
U  '•. li, I8«d 24 ini'iiili".   *   *   1'iu. $4>0.00
I j Bloik iim-.* .it.   INSIDE THE CITY I IMI l.v
INKSTER & WARD
li' a a I a..in-, loturam t
219 LoMWt Avenue     -      N  th\ueo«*ra
Raplenide from Lonadili lo       0redln| .".'1 1 ■   * Wl  *   -""""'
tvenui' ilrmlii't' HdtwilaWa
„, I  s,    I, .    t, taraulilUI   I           ■!',.'* I   '   I
|.',,rl„.. Avenue itmatlai ihlatalM
-I,,,,,, tlrainau."    sln.uo""-' |l '»
-ner
Lonidlle t**
(ronl to 17th Slreel
■forth Vi n't* H  '
H,h  11* iiiiia,   I'.'I'
lllii.MAS -III I'MI llll.
dl, 1 Ink
W'v a;   ■ '. pitl-
,', ,|     lllHIMItO     IIP'I     j    Hi '
Vall  IH     *V   '
N. V. Ci 1 tfltj*   Cd.
'it a'ali fcMi
nn 1     -     -     111

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