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Array Library let/it Am
Subscript!*
per "*%nr, m.i11. ,i or Delivered
UNITED STATES, fi.go
In   Advance
§\}t IExjwsb
Commercial Printing
Done to I Merino nt
Tllic  KXPREBfl  OFFICE
(•et Prioe*
VOLUME V.
NORTH VANCOIIVER, li. C, FRIDAY, OCIOBER 4. 1907.
NUMBER
NOTK
IE
G, 0, Sliniv, recently agent Iur Ilm
Express Printing Company, has severed
bis cuniiiictiiiii therewith, mul nil ac-
coants owing the said company pui'l Q.
0, Shaw frnin   Huh  ilnle will  not be
recognised km paid.
Tur Exraiss Pbintino Company,
Nurtli Vancouver, H. ('., Oct, 4, 1907.
EDITORIAL.
LYNN VAI.LEY ROAD.
Since the publication in the last
issue ol Tin'. Express of the resolutions passed at tbe last meeting
ol the municipal council regarding
the moving of the telephone poles
on the Lynn Valley road, there
has been considerable comment
thereon. On August (>th last,
Clerk Philip wrote the city that
" the council desires ine to intimate to you that these poles
must be removed from their present
location within thirty days from
Jbis date , . . In some cases
(the poles) were an obstruction to
the How of water in the ditches."
On August ibth, City Clerk
Shepherd wrote the district council stating "that wc (the city
council) are working under the
water clauses act and our own incorporation acts ol lyod and 1907,
especially clause 7, schedule a, ol
the 1906 act The pules in question are temporary poles, most ol
them having been put up by last
year's district council. However,
if we find that the lloiv ol water is
obstructed when the rainy season
sets in, wc will take sleps to
remedy any damage that may be
caused by the poles."
On August 2O1I1 the district
municipal council passed a resolution tn the effect "that we refer said disputes to arbitration in
terms ol seclion ci^ht ol lhe indenture of agreement scheduled
to the incorporation act, and thai
the clerk In* asked to notify Illicit}' council ol this."
Again on September dth last the
district council passed a resolution
in effect " that it is impossible to
arrive al a settlement without
arbitration : (11 regarding the
matter ot the lerry rent due on
151b July last, aud since paid to
the city; and (2) regarding the
matter ol the district's control ol
the l.ynn Valley road."
The city council replied on
September tjtb "that it would be
a waste of money lor the two
councils to -jo lu arbitration ol the
matters referred to.
"Willi regard to No. 1, namely,
the lerry rent, il is clearly slated
that fhi,ooo is the amount arrived
at for the difference that there
might !"j after incorporation; in
lact, this was the very argument
used by some members ol your
honoiable body when the qui Ition
ol the interest was brought up,
" With reference to No. 2, we
do not think that you can find in
any ol our correspondence wherein
we have once stated that the district municipality is not in control
ol the l.ynn Valley road, but your
honorable body, with all due respect to yourselves, still seem to
be under a misapprehension with
regard to the telephone poles
already erected thereon.
" As previously stated by us, n
fact which will not bear contradiction is, that the telephone poles
mentioned were, with the exception of about six In thcee miles,
erected by the district municipality j therefore, there was no
object in the city asking permission
to do that which was already done.
Thc city has, under the incorporation act, and also under the water
clauses act, certain rights to the
Lynn Valley road, as lar as the
water right-of-way and all matters
connected with their water system
are concerned, but tbey do not
wish, nor have they ever intended
to abrogate any right to themselves in detriment to, or against
the wishes ol the district municipality,"
l.ynn Valley road is gazetted as
a 66 loot public highway, and, ol
course, must be controlled by the
district. At present there is a
plank road eight feet wide most ol
the way to the intake, and the city
has its water mains laid nlong the
same road, but whether the plank
roadway is in the centre of the dd-
loot limit, or whether thc water
pipes are laid there, we do not
know. The road is not cleared
and graded the lull width, snd
consequently it does not seem to
us to be reasonable at the present
time to expect these poles being
removed much lurther from the
plank than they are. ln some
cases the wires are actually
fastened to the trees. Some have
suggested that more passes for the
teams bc built along the Lynn
Valley road. To this we agree
but we do not think it makes any
difference on which side of lhc
road they are put. The moving
of a pole here and there to make
a passage along the highway is a
mere bagatelle.
ln view ol these facts, wc think
that the idea that the city wishes
to control Lynn Valley road is
only "a tempest iu a teapot."
On the other hand the further
incident, however, which took
place at the recent meeting ol the
district council has led some to
iii'-i(;;iic that there was in this case
a huge African gentleman somewhere in the political lence.
When the lasl letter Irom the city
council, as relerred to above, was
read by the clerk for the lirst time
in council assembled, Councillor
McNaitght arose and immediately
sul.milled the lengthy resolutions,
which had been carefully prepared
and typewritten. The only olher
member ol the board present was
Councillor Davidson, who seconded
the adoption ol the document,
Keeve May took occasion to ask
Councillor McNaughl il be bad
seen the communication just read
belore this meeting, to whichhe replied that he had not, Keeve May
then asked how it was thai sin It a
lengthy resolution had been drawn
up and typewritten belore any discussion had taken place tin lhe
city's communication to tin- municipal council. The councilloi liom
Lynn Valley then replied in the
elfect that there were ways and
mean:, of finding these thing' oul
All executive 1 tins a.r ilu,    Xortli
Vtiiii'iiiivi'i' liiiiiiil a.r mul,' <v-in 1.1.1 on
Titi.-.lai.v iii tin' 'ily liiill There were
present I'li'-i.l.'iii (leu, ,1. I'lillllppn, Si-
cretnrj IV. .1. Irwin, In ,\, MeKii) .la.i'il  M. S. Mellnwell, S. |), Scliullz.
A lew mullet's nl eiil|-i'S|inll<li'lii-i. ivel'e
ili'lllt  (villi,  llie |U'ilH'i|'!il riiliuilltniiiitiiill
lll'illg  llll'lll'l    l'1'..lll   III,'   II.   I      Ti'la'lillaalll'
Cu., whereby Unit cnmpnii) gnvo n ivrll-
fu ngrocinciil tlmt mIii'ii tin. iiiimli.>r nt
Illumes installed  in  Norlli    Vancouver
I'eili Ill'll Iht- T.'t murk il rnlltillllilll-l ser-
I'lcC lliilllil lie ttivi'll.
It wus tin,veil uml curried IiiiiI the district council In- hifiii'ini'il nl lliis fact uml
llieir assistance iii ilie direction nf encouraging ilie Insinuating "I phones lill
tlie number ol T."i was readied, nnllcitcd,
On Oct. Mill tlie general meeting ol
llu* 11'HI la I will III' lll'lll in llie .ily luili
uml nil lltelllliet's ure expoeloil tn illtetl.l.
'I'lie imlilii' ure nlsn cordially Invited 1..
I... in ni ai- matters nf importance uud
general interest  will lie discussed,
Nurlli Viineiiiivi'i' reslilelits feel tlie ne-
r-oiwlty ef 11 I'tiiuiiuiiiii'. telephone sorvlce
keenly, nutl tlie ngi ment .if tli*. company Iii give llie sutlle when 7,"i pllOIICS
lire Installed should he luken seriously.
Any [lers.uis Intending 1.1 hnve 11 telephone pul ill WOllld I"', il i- llu.unlil.
serving their own Interests hy milking nn
rilipllrntloiisshortly In order thnt tl illiniums service mlglil he working he-
lore ihe nasty tveatlior sets In. Resides,
oxptllll
Whirl,
ii,.ml
Alt,
nn Ihnt tin
eiiinpiiuy wus iinikiti
l|i     with   Ihr     rtl|ltl
f Hie pity.
nun ii'ii was served in Hie punk
llOIIHP I., the gl'l'lll dl'llglll  ul' lhe lisllut-H
Ai tin. close ol lhe vi-it lite ladles look
ih'i'iikIiiii Iai i "iini'ii I uin le    Mr.    Wright
nml hi- p |iiiii}' mi  tin' rapid -iri.h-
they Iniil iiiinh' in lhe Iniil short while.
A
W llllll.
Destitute,
use iii illsirtMsIn
cll'ciunsliilici'H
1,1 nf Iliu Ilnte steps fur relief Ims
I " brought lo public nltcullon, in lite
nlleiillini 1.1 Mi... Ilm ti-.. of I.a in vnHoy.
.Mrs. Harris .nul her luisl I, lugellter
wiili their nm children, arrived in Nnrlh
Vancouver nhuiti iw mlis ago, (1	
Manitoba. Mr,  Harris 1 Mutely sel
10 work building 11 small i-esltleiiee and
il is tl ghl became too ouxlmis for ii-
campletlon mnl ovcrhealeil himself, The
Family.nol 11111111..'   11 proper supply uf
lieillllllg he contracted  ;l  cold llllll     wns
taken tu the hospital which nlnoe he lias
only recent ly ipiltted uud will bo for
sonic time nimble tu do nny labor. In the
iiieuntinie Mrs. Harris, with Iter two
small children, moved tu  Lynn vnllny,
but having im moiicy has 1 11 and is iu
destitute circumstances with tin menus ol
obtaining n llvllh 1.     A  iiiiiiilier uf
Nurlh Vn iliver people hnve given ns-
sisinnee hut her ens,, is In Iirgeni 1 1.
M. S, M.li..well lias Ktill'lcd a li-l ami
uuiie 11  number hnve i-olinil -eii bnlh
money nml provisions, The ili-iiiii
miniielpnl office would also receive ami
forward nuy donations, It is stated thnl
Mr. l-'rnme's llllll hn- kindly    supplied
The Board of Trade
 WILL HOLD IIS—
2ND ANNUAL MEETING
 ON—
Tuesday Evening Next
In the City Hall at 8 o'Clock Sharp
ELECTION OF OFFICERS AND ENROLLMENT OF -
NEW MFMBERS
All Members and Those Interested
Are Earnestly Requested to Attend
The Capilano mad, Irom tlie
second canyon to the dam, ii
owned and controlled as a private
one by the City ol Vancouver.
No suggestion has yet been made
to debar the public from using it
The I'eglltlir l ling aai tin" i ill rullll*
cil wns belli iu ciiy bull Monday night.
Mayor Kealy pri'-hlliiu with nil the al*
ileruii'it pr nl.
II   I..    I kerly,  si't-rcliiry    of  the
Nollll       \' I,'I        llaalliaiihlll.il       I
,\gl lellil in-ill A-ui i.itiuii, wi'ul.a linking
for ii i'i*I.m r.* ui taxes on the association's
pi'ilpei'ly, punter Lonsdale mnl Tweuty--
liot snv,,i, :ls I,.,,} |„>,.u ,|,„„, |n previous years, The iimoiiul wns Sul.■">•"..
It   wns decided  thnt   lite luxes should
In' let  sintnl nml   thnl  n llnllllll f n
like .'minim! ha. mniii- tu thu association,
Mrs, I). .1. (iii'i'ti. .liiin- nvoiitic, wmie
i.'.inesliiii:  that  tin alley I pe I  in
i.l.i.'k III li. I.. '111.   Referred lo l -.1
works. ,\ li-ller from S. dltlllburgor
pointing mu ilnn he hnil received n tax
notice for luxes on "- Iota In block S3,
H. I, .".Mi nml ibni ihis block hmi been
surveyed into nil hits mnl Ihose pluus
liml been accepted l.y lh.. ...iin.il. II.'
therefore .liil imt understand why his
I'lient, Uni-ou ile Sili,ii-. should he ihiirgcd
fur lhe extra HI lots lleferred tu llio
liiimii'i- pommiltee,     ii. II. Dnivgon's
letter Inlurmliig ihe , il thnt he liml
surveyed I), I,. IIKO ns per Inslriietlotis,
tins rend. He also gave n'detailed ne-
iiuiiii ui thu character nf the ground
nml his opinion as in the utility "I same.
The |llnl  uf Iiunl  lies lllit]wil}'  I'l'lw i
the t.ill....i-i rond nml Lynn creel* uml 1'
set usi.le fur ,'i'iiii'tery |nir|ie**es. Re-
ferred In ihe I i.i nl works,
Alderman Irwin referred lo nu ob-
sit'iiiiiiin iiiiiI overflow ..f wine,' from
n small creek crossing I lib Btreet near
Mr. Henslcy's properly, lie suggested
thnt tin' rri'i'k be ilcnt'i-il nml widened
l'..r ai lenglli ..f mi feel, across the streei.
The mailer wn- referred tn the board
.'I' Winks 1.1 act,
The capes iiiiiI caps fair the n-e uf
the police department ns exhibited ami
i iinmended  l.y  llie police conilulllee
wet.' ni ptisl.
Alderman IMek Inquired if nny nelhlo
ivn* t.. be taken in regard In scp^Ii
tanks pnitsing Inspecllon nml perinlte
granted tltercfor, us he understood several hmi been Installed since tlio
passing ul the seplle mnl. In! iu and
Mint il- provision* in lh.H "..iii"-. th.n
had unl I  followed ami hj lhe plumbers ill   tin' iill.     ll   Wals  Ived  Hull  II
letter should be written   lo plumbers
.lllal. huilib'l's  mlli-illL-   lllem  "f  lh" '"II-
iliiiuus uf the bylaw uml ihe penalty
Ihey were liable in hy nol abiding by-
its provisions
liiqulrj wn- mull' :i- tn the Intended
loci i. .at  il.i' ih.'.- |..uin.I nml nlso if
iha' | i,.| I ecper -I Id 'aa' ailia.u.'.l nny
i-a.mini sfou* am dogs Iii iiii- iii possession ul llolh mailers were referred
polll ill.'.' lu ir|."!t un III
Much Annoyed.    |>
N'orlli  Vnneniiverlles iiceorilliin  to  a
lironiliienl  ih shore i- bleul, air r-
laiinly   up  ngainsl   il   wh.'ll   it   ...111.'-   I'.
.11. I,all: li'lli.'  tin- 'I'h' ul' lie' Inlet,
|.Jvef) alia lh>' Congestion "I frolglit
ii,iiiii iii tin' tool ,il I'd mill sited im-
pedes i!|i|iiniidl tu iln- ferry t" well nu
"M.'lil    ll'll   all    liim-.-   him.Ill'll-   nl   |IIIS-
■eitgeix na nnil In., ns n.n ai- lenini,
mail  I ii walling  Ilher side ut
the tracks,   This nioriiliiii wn- i £■
i-epllon iai i!n< iiiii'.    At tln< linn' pits-
..'ll.'.'l.     (aal    ||,l'    S;|||    I.f I Y     « .'I'l'    11 ling
ihelr wny i« the I t n yard engine
wiih n long "Irliig,ul ears [lulled across
the highway nml  sawed back uml
furlli lair twelve minutes. It finally
pulleil nway nml iln- ongcr ci-uwil o£
iviiuld-hc pnssengont Uihilo n ru-h fur
the limit, hm mt another inula between
litem nml Ha" tamllng mnl oerosS th"
ninii. wn- n iinin st litip, effectually
blocking Iruirii'.      This (mill  wns loo
hns; stniiiliiiL' t.i In k n coupling, ami
roiiKPi|tieutl) ihe people un lite souUi
-iiie were forced to mi-- tin. bont,
Will Enlarge
Mr. McMillan nr Itraalnnd, It. C. lion
arrived in thi- eiiy nml i- inking n partnership in the grocer} business cniuluet-
e,l by hi- brother, .1. A. McMillan, nt
the corner nf Lonsdale nvenue uml tho
Esplanade,
Mr. M McMillan hn- hmi nil exten-
sii.' experience in the grocery bit-iiie*.-.
The reeeitl sale nf ihr store property
limine brought Mr. .1. A. Mi.Milhm in
I'liiilrnl ..I tl..' whole bloi-k, mi enlargement uf ihe store i- I'onleinplntcd,
ih.' 11.1 Mini n night ninl iltl) serviee
w..nhl I... n greal eoiivciili'iipc, u tvoiild
uia. I,.' n nnt I erlii I ii'lvnui  nnil -nf...
gunrd in I'li-u ui sickness, ivliielt inighl
iinin' ni  nni   lime lluiillgtl    tl Iglil
At presenl Ihere nri' .*.- ph  .nul t	
npplii'nthms, mnl Hie closing hour i- leu
ii'ploek week iliiyr ami -i- n'eloi I, Sun
dn) evenings.
lumber for
the fitinlly,
uf n shuck Lu
lu lh.
North Vancouver Pointers.
U. II. lirym won in the " open
bitches" class with the faiTIOIIB
Queenle at the New Westminstei
do({ show this week. Many
authorities hob! thai she is thc
greatest bunch and field do", in the
world. Her Ion-; list ol winnings
should prove this so.
Mrs. A. Hodgson, with her six-
months-old bitch, Diinelm Joy,
won easily in the puppy and
novice classes. The judge said
that she was a most promising
show canine.
Engineers to Advise.
A   |,nlli   "I   i'llll i      roll
\l, I'viianii. ,    Mm  ii       .....
..f New   MY iinin It i.  wi le II ■
.I  tl j  licit on Sitiii't.n      Tl ■
iinin. il m ai repent  otitis divided llinl
III.'     lip II     II*     III     -I I'     COllM     I"'     HI'      I
iti i.i. ly  settled li)  imiiiii | Severn
l  llgil I*     I      IU'1   I      till'     "Ul.l|ll"ll >
Isllllll here nml llml llieir report   I	
'.nil    .I'll    Wl'lglll   ill   tin'   rullll' 11'     ill
ii-iiui n- tu whether ihe street   rinuiliu
 in nml -"'uii 'h..nhl I"* irn !"■  ii-
ur In- iiinile ilie nlriilglit grade,
The puny uo nrrlvlng in this ill)
were met Ii)  tin' mayor nml alder it
mul City Kneiiu'i'i  laOlltel nml taken In
ihe Hotel Nurlh Vancouver where Inn-
eheiiii wns s.'tvi'ii,     in tiie niton li
Mr, 1 im drove the part) nver Hi
dlstricl ivhi'i'c the grndlng i|iii'slloti ...v
i'i-i'.I.   Tlie engineers ilbl um pnrac t
nuy decision, hut ur tiling In n mil
imi report In the council
New School.
Mr. .1   r   Keilh, ,.t   *.  liver, i*
l"ll.Mill:'      III    II    I'C    'al     I.III.I    .all    till'    I'llpi!'
Ilia.      ..I.I    ill'll'   Ihl'    UUI. lha||    aa|     ill,'    Kl'jlll
i-a,nl lur a school -it,-    When i  e |i |n
a..'  l'i' iill   .ill in a* I llu' ill ii n  i mil
Intends ■:   itlti'tiil   uilh   the  .a.  I   It
■•I ;i m I I  bnlliling.   Al   i'a'  t ail
lime there I-  llul  :i    llffh nni   bet  "i
"    ii, fm  tlie govern nl i"
i 'd   mil.   iln    Hurl       t|      erefon
iu  thu  meillitime  lhe  niuulel|inlit,t   iiill
I e ll    III.    r\|..'li .'     until    III.     it
ii ill have rem lust in.' ri| "d iinmber.
ivhen   Hn' dislrl i   mil   be i i
nml llie   I'lliiul I  II.   i il.'.. met   l'i
n.i' a'.... niiiii'iii
tie** ineellng,
Tin- w.it.'iu.aiU mnl h.aan.i i.f work
wnges i'ill u.i'' ndnpleil mid t" swl.
i-  li".mi Ildi'il  hy   II  a
Th.' explosion, it iter  I Isutleiards
bylotvi   were read ninl oceilpleil Ilm re-
iiiniiiih'i ..I il..' hnsiness a.i tl ventiig
ivhen il..' i iin.: wn- then ndjourned.
Milk Scarce.
The
liri'vn
The period ol the tax rebate in
the district expired on September
30th. Clerk I'hilip reports a lara;c
proportion ol the taxes as bavinn
been paid.
Afternoon Tea,
Mrs. .1. .1. W Is nml party "f ludy
friends ti-itcil ilm mill nml workings "'
llie Western  I'nrpnrnllnii ut  ilm lieml
nf   (Jnreil-blll'l   livelllle   Inst   met I.
were the guests nf ilm rannnger, Mr.
11 r. Wright. Mr WrlKlit look con-
-iilernlile puiiis in explaining ihe (vikings ul llu; severiil ih'|iiirttneiii« uml the
THE  LATEST   IDEAS  IN
MOTOR BOATS AND  ENGINES
\ IIiIiihIiiiI     III     III.'       |'l.-III. 'I"ll       i.f
Messrs, lliiteh|son Broi   ,'. ' a,. Ltd., ol
\   II   lllll.1,      11.      C Till-      llllll.      llllU      llll.!'
heen established foi *.overnl rem . I	
10 1  the most complete nml .iltlin Ilia'
displays . 11  tim New   Westinlnstor n
lilliitia.il. nml i.ne nlilih ii- nl llllllll in.
ten-si lu iiuilni Iiunl denili'iv. The dis
plnj i- situated in Hm Manufadlurlng
hutlillng, aitul conitsls principally uf .1
I beautiful specimen of motor boni workmanship, nbotll which me placed roso*
liim engines, nuxloli nml dlffcrcnl kinds
ut lixtiires, The boat 1- lit fool lonu
11,ih .1 lii'.iln nf l feet II IncllfO, .unl is
buill frnin Aiistinlinii roscvriiotl, onk,
white I'iim .nul iiilni, uilh bm-.- furnishings, A very complete steamboat
model Hm work ol Mr. It. Hutchison,
is placed mi the fojwni-d deck, mid lhc
liiini' display 1- one which will troll re
pay a visit,
ill     II    III   ll" '
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aaf    III.'    |a IVl'lH        ',a     |l...   .'
a\ 1..  11.   11 ■    ml
aaall llll       III...      liniVillilll
'     ill
i|Ulltllllii Aii    "ilnn iti'
I Willi llll' I lh.II Is till'
a.n'i   hlilli  .111.I    a
Tl..'   ll'lllll a ...   a
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lh.lt   li.ll        ||.i 1. aa,     al   .      Ihlillghl    ||
1 pruper ilairj  un     ''''"I   I
would be   0 large I a litdlvlittml
iiofii
lull tin I .
I.'lll.'ll,       int.<
an
New Realty Oflice.
1    II, lli< l.n an. ,1 r<. opened tip Ibis
■I I." -'I ih' .ui'iiim in ii' ronl
"I..11' 1 ■   .ni'i i".an   lm lm
Till'    llllll'    III I|li.'      "Ha'    aal     ill.'     Kll
i"i  A   M  .'fin"- which  .
1 11 i". iiiiii  1 pli'lcd,   Mi    llul 1111111
Is n resilient nl ilu    in. Inu In. I ereln*
1  hmi Iii- office iii Viineoiiver, where
hr i- fi'i'dilcd with hn vim tpilie ai ini'
 aa   II" lm-, however, heen con-
'i'l" 1 Ibllllh's ..f tl" Atiil.it-
i.nts iiiy  nml  with  wla.it  lal|ihlity  it  hns
mine im.. pronilnenef, ami cl I   Ids
v.i rer "Hi"' i" "iii'ii hei".
Sili'-il   lu |»iI 1    Slnmt    [mi'i    tlm
N'utlli Voncouvci   < li'-'1 11 visit I'li'lny. I roa„i i„,„f ,„■ a plcco of apple pii
""' " I Toinpinm ma.' :,t ii„, i)|.|,lt.,,
I'.'iH  Mmi.l.ii   erentlig,      Ther,.  itttt a'
- ' :""'"'1 '■' mnl the nrogrnm wlilch
wn-  liml  nfter    sundry   htlsl .s    n.
'lispuseil nf wn- supplied by   Nu.  Ill |,„|uv
"  Vi vur. nml 1 Istal uf songs
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BLOCK 33
DI$T.  LOT   530549
Lots in this Block will shortly
be put on the Market. For
Price List and Terms, apply to
S.GINTZBURGER
-LIMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
Kil Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
1836      THE BANK OF      1907
0
ESTABLISHED   1836
NE ol the oldest banks doing business in
this country.
dii Branches iu Canada ami Hit United States.
A general banking business transacted.
MoilOy Onkrs IsSlieil payable  anywhere   in
Canada, United States or Great Iiritain.
Dralts bought and sold.
Treiupt attention given to collections.
Siiviims Hank Department.—Deposits of $1.00
and  upwards  received.   Interest paid  every
three months.
Office, Cor, lonsdule Ave. and Esplanade, Norlh Vancouver, B. C.
II. R. Heffell, Manager.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Cars leave ihe I-erry Landing lor Queensbury Avenue, Twenty-lust
Btreet and Lonsdale, Winch street an.l Keith Road as follows: 6:15
a.m., 6:45 a. m., 7:15 a. m„ 7:45 »• »--i 8:15 *• m- 'J »■ ">• 9:4° "' "'•'
io;ioa. in., Alter 10:25 a. m., ears will leave Queensbury avenue
Twenty-first and Lonsdale avenue, and Winch street and Keith Koad
;it five minutes to the hour and twenty live minutes past the hour.
Cars leave Nineteenth street and Queensburv avenue, Twenty-first
Street and Lonsdale avenue, Winch str.-et and Keith Koad as follows:
Oa. ni., 6:30 a. in., 7 a. in., 7:10 a. in , 8 a. 111., 8:45 a. n,., 9:15 am.,
9:55 a. 111., 10:25 a. 111. Alter 9: -o a. in. cars leave ihe I'erry Landing
at ten minuti s past tlu- the hour and twenty minutes to the hour.
All boats an- nut by llu- cars.
VS'
Hotel North Vancouver,
lirand
Tourist
Resort
Up-to-date
Rates
S.! 00 per
Dn\
llllll up
Spei ial
K,iti"t loi
Families
and
Regulai
Boarders
lerry Service Every Half Hour to and from Ihis Hotel
to Vancouver. P. tarson, I'rop.
I
Rainier Beer^*>
1   :. gloriou   i»\.-1.1 ".■  i|uenching anil
Batisfying.   li- meml - r ilnn1'   no other
"jn-t :t -.'.nul    111-1-11111 gelling Rain ior,
PACIFIC  BOTTLING  WORKS
Vancouver* H. C.
rhree pi I  Ceylon Tea, a 50c per pound Tea, Si.00.
Dairj Butti r, I la. iei, .5 cents per pound,
Red Salmon, hall pound iur. •, cents per can,
Maccaroni, '■   cent   per box.
Cheese, two poundi lor 35 11 nti
Corn Starch, three pounds lor ^5 (.cuts.
Pork and Hcans, laruc size, two cans lor 55 cents
Chkkcn, two pound cans, 35 tents.
J. Xa McMILLAN, Grocer
COK ESPLANADE AND LONSDALE AVE
There is 011 exhibition at Thi;
ExPRESSS ollice samples of a
second crop of strawberries, grown
on the ranch of Mr. P. Larson,
Nineteenth street. Manager llef-
lel, ol lhe Lank of 13, N. A.,
slates that he also has a second
fine crop grown 011 his garden.
W. K. Smith, recently arrived
Irom Winnipeg, was here on Wednesday, He is now interested in
a new mining company.
K. II. Hryce is receiving the
congratulations ol his many friends
upon the great performance of his
pointer Queenie at the field n
at Ladner's last week. She is
reckoned by many authorities to
be the best in her class in till
world.
Mr. Stephen Spence, son ol Mr,
Chas. Spence, of this city, and
Miss Mary Cottell, daughter of
Mr. Matson Cottell, ol this city,
were united in marriage on Mon
day evening. The ceremony was
peifonied by the Rev. Mr. Gillam
at the residence ol the bride's
parents, on Second street. Onlv
members ol the family were
present. Mr. -and Mrs. Spence
are well-known young people in
this city, and take with them best
wishes of a host of friends.
A large number ol North Van*
couveritistook in the Westminstei
(air on Wednesday,
There is on exhibition at tlir*
office cabbage, carrots and parsnips, which would have been
prize winners at tbe New Westminster lair. They were grown by
Robert McGinniB, of Lynn Valley.
Mr. L. Reda, proprietor ol the
Palace Hotel, is the proud possessor ol a Kangaroo terrier. It is
the only one ol its kind in the province, so lar as known.
Ed. Lennox, ol Lynn Valley, is
willing to play anv one in the city
or district ol North Vancouver a
game ol chess.
The Express, ti a year.
Our highly esteemed lellow
citisen Mt. A A Crow-ton was
out last Wednesday airing his
calves-in the typical model ol a
Highland Scottish chiel.
The North Vancouver Club will
hold a grand smoker and kangaioo
court next Wednesday evening,
October 9th. The function will
be held iii Larson's pavilion, The
tickets have been placed at twenty-
live cents, and may !»■ procured
(rom ih- members
|, A. Mi llroy, Seattle, came
ovei yesterday morning and --pent
thi daj
i i\ ( M Ken; 1.. London, is
registered al Hotel North Van*
1 Oliver.
Mi' and Mi. llml aie stopping
at llot'l Nnith \ aoco ivel
S.'vi tal young nicii (.1 lllis 1 ily
have organili d a bowling club.
It  will In   known) .11  the   North
Vancouvei bowling club lhe
alloys will be on l-Hit street, in
lite rear nl lloli.l North Y.incoii-
(11 lhe letup.nary secretary-
treasurer is Stcwail Roil Any
one desiring t" become a member
will pleaiecommunicate with him,
or Oscar Evanion, nl the North
Vancouver Hotel.
So many guarantees are not
good.
K 11 I.vans lhe pioneer baker
ol lliis city, has sold his shop to
S Walker, Vancouver. Mr.
Walker is a well and favorably
known workman, and we bespeak
(or him a liberal patronage. Mr.
Evans says he is going to take a
holiday, which he certainly has
well-earned.
Mr A. li. Diplock. president of
thc Western Corporation, lelt yesterday lor New York, and will not
return till about Christmav
B U L B S
I imu France, Holland end Jn|iiui.
SEEDS,
TREES,
«P"ANT$
I OR FALL PLANTING
rrlinlile varieties nt reasonable prices.
Fcrlilitera, bee Supplies, Spray Pumps,
Spraying Material, Out (lowers, ete.
nliltist eBtidillshcd nursery on the
mainland ul llritisli Columbia,
Catalogue free.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES AM) SI 111II0IJSLS.
VANCOUVER, 11,0,
NOTICE
OF
APPLICATION I'OU LOOGINO
RIGHT-OF-WAY
KIOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN PUR-
-^ SHAN'T to Section 20, of tlm
" Land Act Amendment A--t, iuu7,"
by the undemlgned, which is a holder
ui a Special Timber License, tlmt the
undersigned Intends, thirty days after
service und Brst publication otthlenotlee
to apply to the Chief Commissioner ol
bands inui Works lor authority to eon*
Blrui-t chutes, Humeri, runds or other
works lur use in Hotting out tinilu-r Irom
the limits covered hy 11 license held by
lhe ttpplieaut, across and upon the following lands, namely:
All and singular that certain parcel
nr tract of land and promisee, siluiiti-,
lying nnd being in tie Province ol
llritisli Columbia, in thu liistriet ol New
Westminster, heitig composed o[ portions ol liistriet Lots 1063 and 1064,
and which mny he mure particularly
known nml described an (ollows, thut
is to say: Beginning ut the point ol Intersection of the center line ol the Mc*
Salr-Fraser l.umberConinany Llmited's
proposed logging rittht ol way and the
westerly  boundary ol ihe Southeast
(Jiiiirler ol District Lot 1054, said point
heing north distant 6.88 chains from the
southerly boundary o( the said district
lot, thence In a N. 40 dog. 1(5 min, E.
Predion, 8.81 chains more or less to
the point ol Intersection of the snid
outer line with the norlh boundary "I
the south west quarter ot District Lot
1053, said point being distant l.OOcliabis
Irom the westerly boundary ol the uid
lot, ami hiving a uniform width 011
either side ol the said center line ol 'Al
(.■el, ami containing 501100 acres, tic the
sn tne more or loan.
tinted at Vancouver, It. ('. this 20th
tlay ol August, A. D. 1007.
McNaia-Faasta I.imiikii Co., Ltd.
Hv its Solicitors,
Martin, Craig A Bourne,
HENRY T. C. EVES PHONE li        ClIAlil.KN E, LAWSON
NORTH   VANCOUVER
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
HAVE Till- FOLLOWING SNAPS FOR QUICK SALE:
$800 each will buy Four Choice Lots, size 50x141
each; lhe lots adjoin one another, and can be sold singly or to-
gether at the same price, 'renin:, one-half cash; balance 6 and
12 months,    These lots are on Third streei and well located.
,V>00 We can deliver (or a short time only A Very
Choice Aire, only hall a mile north ol the ciiy limits. Acre-
lots only a short distance south o( this are selling at Si,000 and
(1,050 each. If you waul the Acre—hurry. The terms are
(300 cash, balance in (cur quarterly payments,
$1,000—For ibis amount we can deliver one of The
Choicest Huh.ihni; Lots in North Vancouver, size 50x12.1.
litis lot is cleared, ploughed and graded. Terms, S250 cash,
and the balance to arrange.    You bad better look Ihis up.
$1,100 This is our price Inr one ol The Finesij Lcts
that can be bought on Fit rn Street and lacing the inlet, Size
50x140.   Terms, one-hall cash; balance in six and 12 months.
EVES & LAWSON
iod, Lonsdale km MM 1 Esplanade ond fiisi sireei
NOKTIl VANCOUVER, 15.C.
PALACE H2Hk
BIST 11 RNIMHIl lllllll   ON TIIC COAST
AN UP-TO-DATE
TOURIST RESORT
Rates: |1.M PER
DAY AND UP
1!0 VII
When you want
a job of Painting
or Paper Hanging
or Kalsomining
done.   See
Hardy & Stoney
Sixth Sum i
NOUTII   VANCOUVER.
or
cuau/'c pi0ni1r dry
oII/XtY o mods mom
Will move in turner and
uu.i tui'iii'iii |in>nilaea,
on or iiin.iii Hu-
THIRD WEEK IN AUGUST
niiii a new uml specially
milveli'il (lock, «Iiii li   uill
leave nobody an excuse lur
i ii.-inj' ill.- Inlet, Strictly
city prices.
Cor 'nd ind
lon.cii     A„,   -    N.VANCOUVER
Wc Oo
Special Rates to (amities and Regulnr Boardera
Half-hour ferry connection to and Irom Vancouver.   Hot nnd cold
water in every room.  Return call holla in every room.
REDA& ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Second Street,   -   -   -   -   NORTH  VANCOUVEI-:, 13. C.
FOR BEAUTIFUL.
Residence Lots
FRONTING ON
"OTTAWA GARDENS"
APPLY TO-
. ill 1ill 111. 111.
543 Pender Street, Vancouver, B. C.
TnADt NUnKs
Dcsigns
Copyrights &c.
AtiTiitmKIDttnR n "Voir li nni] ,ii>iirr.i-tl.iri mw
HiilrHly fieit'Mii'i nur iini.nui fn-u wlicltirr nn
thfi*tiil"n l» iir'.'iflWf i- '■■'"• iiilf. ('.iiitiniiitPn-
ll»ii-i iiri.Ufi ■■.l.l*.*.M.! ll-'J.lir.UIIK <li IMh-lltB
prid Iim*. •Hilr-il niii tin fnl ^-fimiltfJiiU'lltl.
Pnii-i,n Ufcon Uimue-i Mmm ,t io. nicolce
Mtwnolltt, *ltl i' Mjtftii*. miiip
Scientific Hmcricasi.
A linna!* Ir llln-inta-al «... V'r   I,arii..l rlr-
nil a "I aa'ai i.ii'iiill'.' |"ituil    Tuntu, HI
ji»ar: f"iir lin.'.ltia, tl. fail.11., nil tii>wai,,,nli,ta.
iii>in ii nitiit. «* r nt.. Wmiumi..*.. ii. c.
SPECIAL BARGAINS
LoNSDALE Avenue—Between l-'ourth and Filth streets, cleared
lot, size .15x130 leet, to a 20-foot alley. Price S2000. Terms one-third
cash, balance (> and ia monthi,
Fifty-foot lot in same block fronting on Lonsdale avenue. I'riee
184000.   Similar terras,
Chesterfield Avenue—Near Fifteenth street, lot 60x150 feet,
'rice S550.   Terms one third cash, balance in n nnd 11 months,
Fourth Streei and Quebnsiiurv Avenue Double corner on car
line, magnificent situation,   Price S.-ioo.   Terms to be arranged,
Two Cleared Lots on Fourteenth Street—-Close to St/An-
drew's avenue, size 50x137 each.   Price $450 each,   Easy terms.
Fifth Stkei i Between Lonsdale and St. George's avenues, two
lots, 50x140 each.   Price $900,   Easy terms,
Lun mm Avenue—Lot 50x120, between Eighteenth and Nine-
teenth streets Price $9,00. Terms one-third cash, balance (1 and 12
months,
Fifth Streei One block from Queensbury avenue, iwo south
[ronl lots, 50x137 each, to a 10-toot alley. Price S550 each. Terms
one-third cash, balance b and 12 months.
Si ni 11 St 1:1.11 In block s, 150 leel from Queensbury avenue car
line, size 50x137, to a 10-foot alley, south front, Price Sdoo each.
I nun, mie liiuiih cash, balance ut (< and 12 months.
We havi also a large li-.t d properties in all parts ol ihe city.
We deal exclusively iu close in 1 ity properties, and can offer you
the hesi bargains and the choicest locations obtainable anywhere.
Correspondence solicited, or better still, call nnd see us and let
ns show you what We have to offer
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO. Ltd.
Corner Loiisdalo Avo. ntnl Fifth St.
NOUTII VANCOUVER
*DODDS
GENERA MERCHAN TS
I l<il Iron Block, Cor. 6th and Lonsdale Ave.
The following quotations on our Teas will be lound interesting
to consumers ol that beverage.    We are offering
Five pounds ol Assam Pekoe Tea, Si.
Three pounds Ceylon l'ekoe Tea, yo cents.
Three pounds Pride ol Assam, Si.
Three pounds Choice Ceylon Orange Pekoe (very line) $1.25,
W'e are in receipt ol another large consignment ol choice
ALBERTA DAIRY BUTTER
Which we sell at 25 cents per pound, well worth 30 cents per pound
In general groceries WE LEAD, as our prices will show.   The
consumer is invited to call and get our quotations.
II   IT IS IN OUR ADD IT'S SO     'I'llONE 4.1, THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
B*B
Rolled Oats
floor
Hai) ond feed
Seeds
ALL ORDCRS
DELIVERED
The Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
Limited.
Harry Mitchell, local manager,
Lonsdale Avenue.
Fine, healthy Tomato and
Cauliflower Plants, grown from
Sutton's Seeds, always on band.
I
mENDERS AUK INVITED FOR THE
■*■    work  uf   Clearing und Drubbing
Centre Road, Seventeenth street, north
to Lynn Valley Road, Conform to specification, copies uf which can Iw had at
tho liistriet Municipal ollice, Ks'ilntinde,
where sealed tenders must be lodged before 8 o'clock on the 4tli October next.
ALEX. PHILIP,
C.M.C.
TENDERS
rpENDERS WANTED FOR SLASH
'   iXii nt North Vancouver,
for specification* nnd particulars up-
|ily to
ROBERT WARD A CO.,
Cor. Hastings and Homer Slu.,
Vancourer, ll. 0,
PA TRONIZE
the.
BOARD OF TRADE
BARRER SHOP
Lonsdale Avenue,
near comer of First street
BATHS
CIGARS and TOBACCOS
BIRT CAMPBELL
Prop.
G. L. alORGCNSEN
li.ll I miliiii'i nnd II. C Iind Surarror
'I'llUNK 'iS.'"
Rutiwiiy", Bridfts, Wilar fatten, Kaiim-toi
HiiinTini.-ii'lrii'i'<>i Cnailruellou, Hspi,Tuivti.
lllis, Mlllllll I'lnllll.a, Sill, I'lrlalaaiia,ell!
Sll llmlliii* HI. W., . •  VANCOUVER, II. 0
J. W. BALMAIN
CIVIL    I'M,I.M! I'll
ASH   All- III I M    I
1'laiin, Quantities, Levels
Superintendence of Construction
I'oI'iitii Strrkt, ''ohskii LoXSOAM Avt
NOUTII VANCOUVER.
W. NICHOLSON-WILEY
ARCHITECT
Temporary Offlce -i-\ Cudney's
Paint simp, Eiplanide,
North Vancouver, B. C.
THE   SOCIAL
mel ui in s i orricr
'PII0NK Mil
i'iill,.i'ii..iia. Home Renting, ele.
All Hn i.' I Help Supplied on Sbort Notice
II. Witt,!.»i
Offices 20 Powell Rt,
VANCOUVER, B, C.
I
Boom the city and district.
Cauncillor W. H. Davidson lell
on Monday afternoon on a business trip to River Philip, Cumberland county, Nova Scotia.
He expects to be absent about lour
weeks.
Bruce & Dodds have in shipment a car ol fifteen tonsol choice
Alberta dairy butter. This is the
biggest consignment of butter
made to Nortli Vancouver.
Those desiring to become members ol the proposed new building
society will please send in their
names to The Express forthwith.
Work has been started on thc
proposed new Keith block, corner
of Lonsdale avenue and First
street.
The Western Cojporation will
ship 200,000 feet of lumber to
New Zealand in November. The
company has also shipped a large
consignment ol timber to England
this week.
While there are three saw mills
on this side of the water, yet it is
quite noticeable that local contractors purchase their building material out of town. The only way
to build a town is to patronize
home industry.
Mr. and Mrs. Glass, ol Gleischen,
Alta., are visiting at the home of
Mrs..Glass' mother, Mrs. Brere-
ton, Second street. She is also a
sisterilof Mr. R, Brereton, whom
lie has not seen in 26 years.
The tilth main water pipe to be
in commission across the First
Narrows is now being put in by
Vancouver. It is 1,380 feet in
length and 12 inches in diameter.
The total weight is estimated at
75 tons. Capstans with heavy
purchase tackles, pulled by heavy
wire cables, are being used to
draw the pipes across.
Boost our business houses.
"We use the low pressure system in this plant," explained the
engineer. "That is, we use the
steam over and over again." "I
see," said the visitor. " It's something like the system ol ventilation
in the sleeping cars.
"The mill will never grind again
with water that is past," remarked
the mournful citizen. "That's
where a joke mill has the bulge on
a water mill," crackled the cheer-
lull press humorist.
Subscribe Ior The Express,
Dr. Clayton, ol Chicago, lhe
famous dog fancier, and judge at
all the great kennels iu America,
who was the judge at the New
Westminster kennel show this
year, paid the city a flying visit
to-day. He visited lhe li. & B,
kennels ol this city and praised
the ambitions of tbe owners ol
prize dogs hereabouts. In company with Mr. R. II. Bryce, whose
guest he was at the Hotel North
Vancouver, he spent a lew happy
hours looking over the townsite,
and was favorably impressed with
the prospects ol the Ambitious
City, lie said the pointer pup ol
Mrs. Hodgson, which made aline
showing at the Ropal City, was a
most promising one. He will
leave lor Victoria to-morrow, and
thence will go lo San Diego, Cal.
Alter taking in the kennel show
there he will return to the Windy
City.
C. A. Davidson, salesman (or
the Remington Typewriter Company, limited, Vancouver, paid the
city a flying visit 011 Wednesday.
He reports business good.
The sidewalks and streets were
very much alive with the red and
black caterpilars on Tuesday.
Aid. Irwin's two lots, corner ol
Fifth street and Lonsdale avenue,
are being cleared and leveled by
Contractor McLennan, Mt. Irwin
will build a block on theni next
year.
Successful Conversazione.
Under Ihe auspices ol the " Entertainment Committee" of the
Church ol St. John the Evangelist
North Vancouver, an entertainment was given at Larson's
Pavilion on the evening of Tuesday, October ist, which was a
great success both financially and
otherwise.
Following was the following :
Song Mr. Wright
Song,;  Master Carol Jackson
Chorus. .Mr.Jackson, Mr. Wright, Mrs.
Jin l.iaian, Mrs. RocllUlten, Mrs.
Hooper.
Sung Miss Cameron
Song (comic) Mr. Scriven
Song Mr. Kealy
Song Mrs. Kealy
Dialogue. .Messrs. llutlei, Fred Diplock
and Tom Diplock.
Chorus. Mr. Johnson, Mr. Wright,Mrs.
Jackson, Mrs. Rochussen, Mrs.
Hooper.
Refreshments	
The proceeds ol the entertainment will go towards the fund
now being raised for the purchase
of a lot, near the corner of Chesterfield and Thirteenth street, in the
block in which the church is situated. Tbe plans of the church
committee include the building
of a church hall on the church
grounds, and later on the erection
of a rectory on the site now being
purchased. The congregation has
been greatly encouraged in these
undertakings by the entire success,
which, thanks to the generosity ol
both friends and members, has attended the effort to free the church
of debt. Judging frcm what has
been already accomplished there
is good reason to hope that llieir
plans will be carried inlo effect at
no far distant date.
The committee states that the
eatertainment of Tuesday last is
but the first of a series of at least
equally pleasant, and that the
next will be announced shortly.
Church Notice
NORTH VANCOUVER CATHOLIC
INDIAN  MISSION.
Sunday Services — Mass at 8
a. m., Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.,
Benediction at 3 p. ITI,
Pastor: Rev. E. Peytavin, 0.
M. I. V. S.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
SIXTH STREET,
Services will be conducted as
usual on Sunday by the pastor.
Sunday school, 2:30 p. m.
Service at Moodyville school at
7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday al
8 o'clock.
All are welcome.
Pastor: Kev. J. 1). Gillam, M.A.
METHODIST CHUKcll,   ORANGE HALL,
Class meeting 10 a. m.
Morning service 11 a. in.
Sunday school 12 o'clock.
Evening service at 7:30 p. ni.
Rev. B, II. Balderston, B. A ,
pastor.
st John's tiie evangelist, seventh
AND THIRTEENTH sl Kl I ts.
Holy Communion, s a. m.
Mottling prayer, 11 a. ni.
lCvening prayer, 7.30 p. m.
On the grst Sunday in lhe month
there will he a second celebration
of the Holy Communion al 11 a.m.
Rector: Kev. Hugh Hooper.
IIAI'I'IS'I CHURCH, ORANOE HALL,
1.11NSI1AI.K AVENUE,
Class meeting, io a. m,; morning service, ll a. m.; Sunday
school, 12 to 12:45 P. "i'l evening
ssrvice, 7:30 p. ni,
Pastor: Rev, B. II. II. Balderston, B. A.
Aid. Smith's fine new residence
of cement block, on Fifth street,
between Lonsdale and St.George's
avenues, is Hearing completion.
" Where shall the weary find
rest," exclaimed thc preacher with
dramatic emphasis. A soft snore
(rom a pew wai the only response.
NORTH   VANCOUVER
LOT 2*3
STILL   TIIE   BEST   BUY
We have some lots left in this Original
Subdivision.   Call and see us, and
buy before tbey are all gone.
The Electric Tram runs
right through this property
It is bound to  be  an  important  addition
In the near future
Easij Term*
For Prices ami Maps, apply
440   SEYMOUR    ST R E E T
I{. KKIIK HlH'l-llATlC, MAN.UIKII
Ambition Lodge No. 73
The following programme for
the next two months has heen
prepared by Ambition Lodge No.
73, Good Templars. All are
cordially invited to attend.
Oct. 7—C. T, Responsible.
Oct. 14 — Ladies nail-driving
contest.
Oct. 21—Basket social.
Oct. 28—Iilection of officers.
Nov. 4—Reports and installation,
Nov. 11—P. C, T. supplies pto.'
gramme,
Oct. 18—Heart social.
Oct. 25—Sniiset Lodge No. t«)
to provide.
Motto: "Onward ami Upward.1
A Lynn Valley Wedding
The marring, wave ol laic has
apparently struck lliis side nf the
inlet. The latest game ol Cupid
was pulled oil al Lynn Valley
Monday nighl The residents llu re
were much surprised in hearing
lhc news ol the marriage ol Mr, |
II. Hanowell, a much respcited
and esteemed citizen then, lo Mis-.
Narr, ol Lynn Valley. The bride
has recently arrived Inun Get
many. The ladies ol the vallej
ire much puzzled as to how the
courtship was condui ted, as tin
groom cannot speak German and
the bride does not understand
English. Notwithstanding this,
however, the newly made couple
arc living as happy as two turtle
'loves. The power of love mulct
difficulties is amply demonstrated,
Dr. Verne, <■! Toronto, and
family, is moving to our lair i it-.
Dr. V. has practised in Toronto for
twenty years, has been on the stall
of two hospitals there, and is
moving west lor the benefit ol his
wile's health. Dr. V, is a graduate
»f the old country. Office (temporarily), Room 1, Thompson
block.
A. J. PlCTON• WARLOW
Insurance and Realty Broker
CORNER OF LONSDALE AVENUE AND SECOND STREET
Nor rn Vancouver
Dave you got that fire policy?   Better be sale than sorry.
Come and see me belore the fire bell rings.
II you meet with accident or illness, how about your earnings?
Come and have a talk.
If you should die to-day,  would your wife and children be
pretty well fixed ?
Think that over and discuss it with inc.
Employers Liability. Fidelity Guarantee and Plate Glass Insurance.
List your property with me.   I am here to find investments.
Gairrison M.ililman.
A well known young man to
those who Iravi 1 on thi lerry was
United ill tin holy bonds ol In.ill I
itiiinv, 1111 lhe 251I1  ol  Septi nl a 1,
iii th.' person ol Mr, Rcubi 11J ilm
Garrison, who took  as his life
partner ,1   popitlat     V vei
girl, Mis-, Agnes Mahlman l he
nn monj  was pi if nni .1 at tin
rei iden I tin- bridi'-. pan nls,
bj   ih.   li'.v   lu   l'i      lh.
bride woro while silk, trimnu d
wilh orange blossoms, and 1 arrii .1
,1 bouquet ol in.inr,' rose and
asparagus lern Mis Ma) Mahl
uian was bridesmaid, unl Mr.
Win. Mi Williams assisted the
groom,
'I he iiuiiii mu 1 1 bestowed
on the happy 1 ouplo li Btilj to thi
high a Bteem in nhn h Ihey are
held by tboii many friends.
Alter a sumptuous repast tin-
young couple enjoyed an automobile li'h' around Stanley park
I hey will reside al Gednr Cove.
On the dead square, how much
ohhr are you than ynu confess ■
11 you gei alniig pretty well, you
arc doing as well as anybody.
When things go wrong al home,
what an allcction thc a\ tragi- man
develops lor his hiisiiies ami his
office.
NOTICE
Till'.
It
I-1 "t '-I" 11 in 11 nuiv promised
1      "   in I  in |'"'i, all I run cillieni,
tll .in ii' Iconic
A New Firm.
A J l'u ton \\ allow has opened
.ill olllie at llie 1 uini 1 ol Lonsdale avenue and Si cond streets as
an     iniul .nil''    real    a state    and
financial broki 1 Wi bespeak lot
him a liberal patronage, as he
a..lies well recommended, He
was in business in Celgary, where
he was general manager lor the
Railway Passengers Accident and
agent lm several ol the largest fire
companies. Mr. Warlow comes
mil mally Irom England and an
athlete, jumping for Cambridge
against Oxford in is<j.|. Alter
visiting several places he selected
North Vancouvei as a lututt field
ol operations.
People  who write  anonymous
letters never spell rorrcctly. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
North Vancouver, B. C.
A Weekly Newspaper.  Published by
Thf. Exi'i rss Pi INTINt   COMPANY
Subscription, $1,00
United M.iti-i ninl luii'iiin, fl.&O
Strictly i" Advance
CANADA'S FINANCIAL
SITUATION.
The London Daily Timet in a
report says that a cry has arisen
that the Canadian hanking institutions are ke pun: short ot (unds
the man who desires to extend his
business, and incidentally assist
in the development ol the Dominion- At fust glance this may
appear a substantial complaint,
For many years the Canadian
mortgage loan companies, insurance companies and private capitalists have been advancing money
(orthe development of the eastern
provinces ol Canada. They have
done so sometimes lavishly.
Moncv could be obtained [or,
' almost any enterprise in the west
that could show a reasonable
prospect ol success. A time ol
stringency came in 1906-7, when
lhc world over, in consequence ol
extensive industrial and speculative activity, enterprise outran
the supply ol capital. The Canadian banks and financial concerns, equally with those of other
countries, lound it needful to restrict tlieir loans.
Instantly a crash   arose,  more
particularly Irom lhe prairi.  pro
vinces and British Columbia, that
the banks are arbitrarily shortening credit.    "The easl is BqUSCZ
ing the west."   Ignoring the conditions,  lorgetting the liberality
with   which   llu-   west   has been
treat..! by the Canadian banks Inr
twenty years, and the unexampled
facilities ollered there by the banks
—there arc 457 branches or offices
ol Iln-banks west ol Lake Superior
—a portion ol thc press ol the
western provinces talks ol a 11 a-1
lackol just banking liberality.   In
particular ol the lack ol
which sh- uld be at the di ;    1
of west, in merchants and invest
ing it in call loan', in  New York.
The M,"ieta>\ Timet stab   lhat il
has the best authority lor isserl
that then has been  no concerted
anion in this direction.    II there
was a general movement   ■
bankers to slore up mom j
harvi st time, it was   di ubtlcss
',,.-.. liv thi Iceling ol each con
1 thai such
proceedings v is dictate II    ,
dence ami bj y I banking
"The World" Speaks.
Let '. vi. ipment wail il it must,
but let it I.- the ri hi '. ipment
when il ua:. .s Even tin Grand
Trunk Pacific and the All Red
Line may be pin     *    ■     learl
wil be pin ed too di arly il
1    .     giltol Ul      ' '     ''■"!''■' I
t  : tii    Wi    peak Btrongl)
1    g|) on ibn*
matter,       I lhat w   in
pn pared to I
. micnl
(til toad Hie
World \   1       '   l
ajit m ol    'i llritisli I
lumbia -but it puts 1 1 pi
beloie pan    llld
candidates  it tl encrs
election lail to givi  llu  mosl ex
pill It llllil.'ll '
' this issue to the finish, wc
shall be compt lied to advocati tin
.',.'. tion '.l independent mi 11
1 that 1 - ll re  this all othei
questions sink into insignificanci
in British Colutnl  1
$4 MEN'S $4 SHOES   $4
pit
We claim to carry the bc-s
ol this popular priced Shoe in
the city.
Box Call Lined, Double
Sole, Goodyear Welled
\ R/ViNY DAY BOOT
Y-viti Call, Gun Metal Call, or
Fine Dongola, single or double
slip soles. All Goodyear Welts
Neat Dressy Boots.
LIST YOUR
PROPERTY
with rs I'tiu
QUICK SXlt
Dates ol Fall Fairs
Na'   Westm lobcr 1 to 5
Richmond  Octi
Saanich Oetobei 18 and 19
Teacher  What dul thi
m   Rome alt.r it   was  burned r
fommjf—Fire sales, ma'am.
If ALL AT $4.00
PYKE'S SHOE STORE
51G HASTINGS STREET W.
J.F.TAYLOR,   A. G. McCANDLES.   S. G. SPENCE,
President. Yice-Pres. Scc.-Treas.
When
Furnishing
I
one always likes selecting
_\   j. 'J from vast stocks, from a store
1 1 <       that has a reputation lor good
__\     Furniture and Fair Prices.   We
»       have and we try to live up to it.
No matter whether you require an odd piece or the Furniture and Carpels lor your entire home, we can serve you
und save you money, Our entire building, with its four
great Boors, is crowded to over-flowing with all that is newest and best in Furniture and Carpets.
You are as welcome to look as to buy. Prop in the next
lime you are over.
Standard Furniture Co., Ltd.
■507 to 513 llastinqs St. W„ Vancouver, B, C,
•Phone 100.
f. W. TEMPLER &> CO.
GROCERS
PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT
THE STORE OF QUALITY
Corner  ftlb  SI.   and  lonsdale  Ave.
TELEPHONE 10
A RARE CHANCE
I l.n.  vou been to our Pig Mousellirnisllillg Sale yet?
II not, you should tint delay.    I 'hi' is positively lhe
i 'i     :
September
Furniture Sale
evei held in il.' . it\    Wi must considerably n .Vn ■
r enom 1!   .   . 1 . ;        1 1 male
room lor new goods, llu*- is your opportunity ot
m.tkr ,1 ! ij, ..aiiii'. an I -1 better goods lot less
money than ordinarily. We hope you will 1 all nn ns
and let us have the pleasure ol showing you the
astonishing reductions in everything throughout the
1 re
Tilt HObSEFlRNISHERS
D. A. SMITH, Ltd.
CORSIR ORANVILLt AND DUNMUIR MRfllS
VANCOUVER,  B.  C.
SMOKE
TERMINUS CIGAR
CLEAR HAVANA FILLED
JAS. GRAHAME & CO.
Painters am> Papsrhanoers
Mural Decorators
GkAINEKS      (JU/IKIIS      SlOHS
LONSDALE   AYKNUE,
Oit 1,1111 Street,
A. SMITH & CO.
JUNCIION   BLOCK
NORTH VANCOllYllt.
NOTICE.
ViiTICI. IS IIEUKHYGIVKNTHAT
l' within thin; days it'the party or
parties holding uu iigreeuionl ol side
..( the east half uf' lot 5 ami the
west half n( lot ii, lilm'k 78, Blib-dlvisioil
Ms, Nnrth Vancouver, (loos not comply
tiith the provisions thereof contained
therein, thut the sniil agreement uill he
cancelled ml In nn- null uml void.
W, A, GIBSON,
NorthVancouver, August 23,1007,
Public Notice.
ViiTICI' IS IIKIIKIIY GIVEN that
*^ an application nil! hi" intiih' hy lite
undersigned before ihe noxt regular
-mine, uf lhe Hoard nf Licensing Commissioners uf the lite of Ninth Vancouver Inr a bottle license under
Bectloti 175, of the "Municipal Clauses
\el" and "Amending Acts," fa.r lhe
premises situate mi Lonsdale avenue,
.an Lot l'J, Block 1611, Uislriet Lot 274,
in lhe suiit City of North Vancouver,
Dated this Olh day of August, 1007.
JOHN BENSON.
mbb M. A. DOI1NER
Experienced music teacher, graduate ol
I'litiservainrv ol Music, Turin, Franco,
,\ill ejie lessons evory Saturday alter
iinou ul Nurth Vancouver, Slu.Iin, Mrs.
Anderson's, Thirteenth Btreet, corner
llifsterlielil tivetilie, next to Churi'li o!
England,   I'm particulars apply
Miss M A, imilNEIt,
Vancouver. B. 0.
Goneral Delivery,
A. A. CROWSTON
GENERAL  BROKER
am. NOTARY PUBLIC
Insurance.   In all Its Branches.
Mining:   Plicer and Hydraulic.
Timber    Hardwood, Cedar and Fir.
Manager for rue Commercial
Protective Aoencv.
Olflce i First St, E. ol Lonsdale Av«
Main llr Wllliscrofl
PIANO TEACHER
Sped il attention given to Ihigerlni
uml tune production,
Htildlo!   Pec 1 cotlniie, Suntli Sev
ellleelllh,  I ailril.lli' East,
11III Bl.
Auctioneers
Accountant:;,   Auditors   General
Commission Brokers
Real I slate Mjrnls
ELDER,  MURRAY CO.
Vancouver 'ddrossi
•llli Richard! St.
Tlniiii'   l.'/l
WEEKLY LIST
H.'.'l, I lllllllll (Ii'l. Ml..
North Vnncouvort
lumtimi llltiik
'Phono 37
sm.' iii v
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I   rivi'-romii Imusi'iiii eiiistiTtli'lil iiveniii., 120x140   This is
 I Ilia' |ii't'ttii'at litni*cs 111 lliurily. IIiiIhiii'l' liver tliu
I        yeuli.
I   Tivo-rootn Collago on rO-IooI lol, on ThlrtoQutb. .hlreei, c mo
I 111 l.aa 1151 lllll' 11V.'lllll'.    All illl'lll   Sill'.
I   Kitti.Imu lot i.n I'liii Btri'i't, niiii two housoa. Iti'iiliil (II
I |10l llli'lltll.
I   Ai'li'iiii'iil.ii mi Third Ktroi't   This prlco lnrn.|iiii'k uio,
I     l'ir-l llhllll, lll-l lil'ii'k Chill "I l,i lull' m.alllll'.
.", ncru tUiia-k. I.yiiu (iilIrT iniul.
j     I'll'lll'l'.l i|ll1l'ta'| lirli'iill I'lli'atl'llii'lal lll'l-llllia.
I   Ni-iir iiriiim-rit N'miiiiv- lirlilRO,   K,isy liariim,
I II \ MM I I    ISIUI. IM   26S
HAVE STI 1,1, A li;\V GOOD I.i>I'S IN THIS MOCK
NORTH VANCOUVER TORY k POWER CO,, LTD.
Summer Time Tabic, 19.17
LEAVING VANCOUVER
LEAVING  NORTH VANCOU
,
CITV
VI. K
CITV:
STEAMER
STEAMER
STEAMER
STI'AM I'll
ST. OEOROE
!•
.  VANCOUVER.
ST. GEOROE,
N, VANCOUVER.
(■(1.00 A. M
•0,20 A. M.
•0,45   "
*7.20   "
8,00   "
8.20   "
H.-lll   "
11.00   "
11.30  "
11.45
A.M.
•i.e.   "
10.15 A.M.
10.15 "
111.15
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10.45  "
11,16   "
ll.i.'i  "
11.45
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11.45  "
12.16 P. M.
12.16 P.M.
I.1B  "
12.45
1,45
P.M.
12.46 P.M.
1.45  "
1.15 "
2.16 "
2.16  "
2.45
"
2.45  "
3.15   "
3.16  "
3,45
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3.46  "
4.15    "
1.16   "
4.46
"
4.45  "
6,15   '
6.16  "
6.16  "
5.45
0.45
6.4,1   "
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li.l.'i   »
7.15   "
7.26  "
7.45 "
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•11.30  "
•11.45  "
* Nut un
Sunilnv.
LOTS
70 v 210
$300
Close to saw mill and plank road;
ten minutes Irom cur; only $100,
Also a lew i i acres (or $200 |
terms, in \ down, Sm per month.
llniise to let. li rooms, all conveniences ; splendid view. Also
imr lor sale; S300 cash and iia
per month.
Tworjperfectly rleured lots on Lonsdale -\venue
$900 each
WESTERN  CORPORATION,  LTD.
Capilano Hotel
CAPILANO   DAM
Everything new and modern, affording nil the
luxuries ol a metropolitan hostlcry. Elevation yi
leel above sea level. Ideally situated hu people
wishing .in exhiliarating climate, beautilul mountain
scenery and climbing, and good fishing und shooting.
A lew liiiuc* Inun ihe i.iiiii in it nl Mount Crown and
Hie Lions.
Tally-ho meets eai connecting with 9:15 terry,
al Ucwicko avenue, reluming between t> nnd 7-p.n1.,
calling ut the two canyons and the suspension bridge,
allowing tune lot in-.p.'. Inui
RATES 1  jjtejo t" g3«oo Per Day
SPECIAL.   HA IKS  TO   I AMII.IIS   AMI    UK-.ri.AK
HI i,\i(|ii:i'H
DICKSON W. KELLS, Prop.
TI'.l.l'I'iniNK 1114.', NiilM'li  VANCOOVBK,
UARGU
Tltl.BI'ltONB I'. "V.'l
If yuu arc (joinq to BUILD
or do nny AL I ERA I IONS
t-niisiilt us ninl ive will
Hive vmi MONUY.
Phms, Lie,   prepared lor nny
style house.  Isliinntes furnished
■ Sll
BUILDERS     (ith St., West
Residence Lots
CLEARED AM' ON HIGH GROUND, IN
NEIGHBORHEOD OP
THE GRAND BOULEVARD
AT |600 AND $000 EACH.
I,
OUR BUT1ER BARGAIN IS SIILL ON
UL
J. A. M'MILLAN, GROCER
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