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Read All About the New Ferry Project in This Number
Sift Ixprras
VOLUME 9
NOKTIl VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER S. 1909.
NUMBER 9C!
CORRESPONDLNU
THE KKRRY
Kditoe Express:
Sir, — Considerable comment
has been made on the- editorial
of last week, some of which
would be very amusing, if it
were nol so childish.
A writer in the Province ol
the 27th states that "thc fact
that the general lines ol the- new
boat being to a great extent dc-
termined by those of the St.
George, is sullicient to condemn
thc action of the directors and
expose their ignorance."
If ihis writer had only stopped to think, he would know that
all double ended vessels must
have somewhat the same lorm,
thc lines may be line or othe-r-
wisc,biit tbe shape will not vary
a great deal.
He pokes lun at the de-signet
ol the St. George, who bv wav
is W. B. Rcdway, M.I.N.A., of
London, England, at lhat time
with the Poison Iron Works o!
Toronto, and suggests getting
designs of the- Windsor-Dctre it
boats. The writx-r happens to
know that this is just what m
done in the St. George, which
is practically a miniature iVind-
sor-Dctroit lerry, he may satis- j
fv himself by looking in a veti.d
ow on the west side ol Water
street.
This humorous writer in the
Province asks 1! the Sl. George
is iln- lasl 11 ord 111 maruu* architecture, certainly not, th • Septus" is said to bc '.lie lasl
word, or if he wants 'o know
about terry uoals, the luteal il
the "l-'llilicsU'li i.i .li..- llu!.
with her riling and falling Kite!
.Inks, which an* thus always
kept al the Ic. a ul tli! nl; ii.,
and arc operated   In   'iiiiiji/c
pressure, cosl Lii-,.    *-c.' lllc
Scic-ntilic Ainiieaii lor August
Does this suit ,11s .ilea of .',111'.-
ed capital.'
He- further states .hat practically every boat alloal is das
nd by Lloyds, this is not cut-
rect. Nearly all European maritime countries have* then own
association answering to the
Englilh Lloyds, and thousands
ol uj-ssels are classed by llu-se-
associations, not by Lloyds.
The object ol having a vessel
built and classed is to provide a
standard lor rating the insurance premiums payable- on ship
alld cargo, the vessel musl be
limit to comply uilh this standard, wlinli 111 the case ol
Lloyds, is the most exacting 111
the world.
Hi- also suggests lhat umilciii
(erry boats are all paddle wheel
vessels,ill this he Is again wrong
but granting that they are, and
that the (erry company are go-
Continued on page twelve
LIBERAL LEADER
.lohn Oliver, leader ui the prelum i.il 1,iiietal pert} delivered a
strong and characteristic speech
luiiiii' a large audience in Larson's pavilion, Tuesdav evening.
The ihaii was occupied bv J,
D. Prasci, president of the- local
Liberal association.
The- lirsl speaker was t. S.
Diane, formerly editor of the
Liberal paper at Nelson, who
paid a high tribute to lhe worth
oi Ur (il.eei 11 Liberal leader,
.liawing a parallel between him
and Alexander MaiKcii/ic.
Mr. John Oliver, iu rising to
address the audience, was greeted with applause. He congratulated North Vancouver upon
her splendid natural advantages
ami proceeded to state- that the
great necessity is that opportunity should be provided for
making good use of the advant-
aigis that nature has bestowed
upon us. He declared that better communication was required
with the North Shore and such
communication was attainable
at a cost well within the reach
ol the provincial Imamcs.
Mr. Oliver then expressed high
appreciation oi the good and
faithful services done for the
province of British Columbia in
the past by Hon. t, L* Carter-
Cotton, member  for  this con
stituency. Ile had always siic-
cec'ded in securing large grants
ol public monies for the coiistii-
uency which he represented, but
the speaker was nol prepared to
siati* thai those appropriations
have always been wisely spent.
He lurther questioned whether
Mr. Cotton is at the present day
a suitable representative for
this constilueucy.
Proceeding, the speaker asked
What has the local government
done- to utilize the natural advantages lor building up British
Columbia?
lie considered thai the railway policy ol the government
I was a belated movement, as
some delinite action along these
lines should have been taken
years ago. The railway policy
announced by the government,
proposed to pledge the credit of
the province to the amount ol
S: 1,000,000. Out of 500 miles
of railway which it was proposed to build, 50 miles paralleled
the G. T. P., 200 miles ran
through new country, and 250
miles paralleled the C. P. R. In
addition, 100 miles, from Victoria to Barclay Sound, opened
up new country.
Thc agreement provided for a
guarantee of four per cent ui) to
SlS.'"io per mile on 6<x> miles, cr
1840,000 per year. It was asserted that it was probable ihat
the province would never be called upon to pay a dollar of this
guarantee, as the C, N, K. had
always met tis liilcic-st in Uic
oilier pi ounces under a similar
agreement, lie was not prepared 10 agree with this pu..K.
liowevci, .is ll migiii be llul ll.e
C. W, R. had been meeting uicsc
interest payments out ol '11.
rowed money, 111 excess ol lllc
amount actually required lor
construction, anu not oul ol a.i
iial earnings.
He did nol consider the .o»e-
naiu on ihe entire system ol ll.e
C. N. K. lllelUioueu ill llie agice-
llient as worth much, becaii ,c
each ol the other provinces ha.l
a lirst uiortgage on the roadbed
lhe rolling slock and lhc earnings ot lhc- road.
lhe dominion government had '
granted subsidies lo over 1000
miles oi railway in this pio-
vince, in addilion lo Uie ti. i.
1'., ol over six and onc-n.ili millions ui dollars in ail. It was
the policy ol the prounciai Liberal parly to suppieiue-nt these
subsidies in lhc- endeavor to secure the construction ol these
lines.
Passing to Second Narrows
bridge, Mr, Oliver criucised Premier MrBride s speech at Ebiinie
declaring lhat the cases were
uol parallel as bei w ecu the l*ra*
ser river bridge and Second Narrows bridge. lhc dominion
government had already granted
a subsidy oi Sjoo,ooo direct to
the V. W. & Y. Ry. for Second
Narrows bridge, an.l some fi-as-
ible scheme should In lound loi
tilill/ing llus inoiiei  in eolijuii.
tion with provincial and muni
i ipal liinds, to build ' ih- bridgi
The  Liberals,   ll   icluiucJ    Ul
power, would subsidize lhe ra.,
roads already sitbsldi'ed In   the
dominion govsisweat, on u'ii-
ditios that ths fovcmmedi »i re
allowed to control ih: fieigl.i
rates and llial the iu^.s paid
should be those currently fi—
white workmen, lh -y would
build the iaiuuii.1 th-.ii.gii in.
Hope Mountain., il tie. i.. sary,
and rent rousing right! to all
railroads; they strafe] cue,mage
actual settlement ol the piuvin-
icial lauds b) Siring thl l.iiul I •
[bona lide settlers; wlim n.uni
cipalities tound tlieiuselies ulh
insutlicient re ei.u-, tl.e lihcial..
would supplement lie- um L-
making over to the aiuakip i
the- personal piOp-'V. tax; th. v
would inaugurate the lice
'igislation lo compel .sunt-
to 11iiiiiii tu to our standards ol
living; tluy would extend the
tenure ol timber linnses under
such conditions as would protect the interests ol ihe province.
As for local option, while the
speaker was personally in iaian
of such a law, the liberal parly
had not loniiulau.l any polii,
with reference thereto.
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LOCAL NI.WS ITEMS
N. Lonsdale and Jack Loutet
Wanted—Boy to learn the
printing,    Apply this olinc.
Lost.—On Lonsdale ave Wednesday evening, a mink mil.
Finder phase leal,  al lllis olhie
Theodore llow aid Is building
a new lisi.liiue on 71I1 slreet,
east of St. David's avenue, D.L.
m-
I L. Si.iu.lal is makiiig good
I progress wiih his new residence
on Mahon avenue, near i ist li
Street.
PROPOSED   i\E\V   PERRY   STEAMER
The lollowing description oi
the proposed new ferry boat,
wrilteu by Manager T. Heard
together with the several illustrations of the vessel, appearing
in this issue, will enable ull
rule-payers and citizens, to lorm
an accurate idea of the general
features of the boat. The description is as follows:
Tbe hull to be constructed ol
steel and having 4 steel bulkheads, dividing thc vessel into
five water tight compartments
Displacement of vessel, 583 tons;
length, extreme, 165 feet; beam
moulded, 29 ieet; depth moulded
1.1 feet tS inches; beam over
guards, 45 feet; length betwuu
perpendiculars, 150 feet; depth
to length ii.ii; beams U) length
5.17; passenger license 725.
The lower deck plan in main
respects being similar to the bt,
George, having two dnvewa.s
with cabins on the sides,on cadi
end of the boat will be fitted one
large apron instead ni two small
aprons on tbe present boit.
Aiong thr outside ol thc cabins are artiPj'd  two rowi  of
windows, the lown low being
lilted to In dropped down as ill
street cars, the uppct row will
be- placed a little below llu Nil
ing ol the cabin and so litt.u as
to be easily swung  open    wh'dl
will allow of good ventilation
throilglioui lhe cabins A' 1.1.!'
nul of the ilt 111 ways are two
sliding (loots hung on nu-ihi-iid
tracks, which can be casili o|H't-
ed and dosed, which wti| give
protection to horses 'rom the
wind.
In the lorward hold Will be lit-
tiil a larg.   reslailiall,   am'  lea
room, 42 feet  111 length aiid ex
tending SCT0M the 'nil .eidlli ol
the tioat with a tight loot filing.
The lint.m. 1 to ilu rssUurasi
will bc hy a large easy ni.iss
railed stairway, leading down
from the centre nl ihe alrtv. w t\ s
It is expeiti'l that this will
prove to Ih- a greal convenience
and saving in lime to many patrons of the lerry.
The hold abaft the engin. will
be fitted with rooms for the oflicer! and crew, also engineer s
stole 1 11 aiiil store room lor
deck supplies and lamp locker.
On the lower deck Wlll I *
latigid Iruit,in wsp.tpei and slim
Walking stallds
Two im-loot slairwavs ss
, ,1. li 1 iul ol the boat icai' lo tk
ttplKT deck, on which is utiat'g-
eil  a . losed  in  lubin, 1,2  fret in
length aiiil extending aero 1 Un
illll width ol 111, m..,,). Hue-nils ol labin will be circular i'i
lorm. ami fitted with windows
along the sides and ends,   lli.it
1 an i.e easily ttroppe 1 down,tim-
tusking the labin ,ilnn.*1 tn
open one during the smuttier
months.
Two aides will extend ''u lull
length ol ialiin, and id the centre pari ol i abin, l-e:wi, *i thc
aialei will In* plain'; larg con
fortable do-tilde hi kt I itrsifhl
imi on the i.ii 11 ird ndi
ol th, .lisles will lie fitted .1111
All thc seats in the inside ol
e abin tn bc made ol -. - ini-i-.il
wood
BltesdiOf from cud tn end of
the cabin will be placet) a large
trunk skylight with colored
glass windows. Th: windows
to be so lilted as to Ix c.i-.il -.
opeiiid and dosed for ventilating the cabin.
During the winter lnonih.,
lllis calilli will be Ile .llnl liy ho',
air system.
Oil one side of tins cabin will
lie placed a small private cab.11
lor ladies, wilh a curved ml
extending along two sides alld
end. This cabin to Ik- lilteel
with iniiiois and wash basin.
The entrance to lhe l.nln 1 lac a
lory being at one end
Ou the outside ol tin cabin mi
both ends will be arranged seats
whuh will lie in u good part under the cover of the deck above.
Ull the upper deik will be lllc
pilot houses and the lile boats,
eadt pilot house will bc fitted
with a powerful search light.
The vessel wiil In fitted willl
hand and steam steering get*,
electric lidi system throughout
the boal, am! eltctril ligh' plaqt
of sufficient capacity to have
the vessel brilliantly lighted
I   Two   Babcock-Wilcox   boilers
will  be  installed,   each  boiler
having heating surface to gem*
rate sullicient steam for propelling the vessel at || sj-ced.
The tvpe ol iligllles i.ir.llot be
lorrectlv staled at this lime, as
lenders will lie called lor two
dillcrenl installations.
11 will be noted in the profile
of the boat that the passenger
deck extends out over the lown
deck, thus affording shelter lor
those who wish to remain outside   the   iiebilis   on   the   lower
(Ink, and 11 at any time- in the
llutiire the wharvis In  sn   ,011
lltructed that a passmgii tain!
ing could Ik- made from the up
per deck, it could easilv bc arranged irom this deik as design
ed.
Tenders fnr the lotislniilion
of the vesstl will be ask.d from
the dillercnt shipvards in Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle and also Irom the representatives of
several oi the ilupbuildinj; yards
|in Great Britain.
! Born. At Beilinghani, Wash.,
Jon Friday, October 22, 1409, to
Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Stoney,   a
daughter.
t, J. Downer returned m t!i.
illy this we-cj., alter a sojouru
ol several months in die I tOW'l
Nest district.
l'atrolil/e local lalilil and llie
Horticultural issociatin by attending  "Charley s   Aunt
November 17 and 18.
j C.elltleliiall Wlshus lurnished
room with private lamily. Close
Ito ferry. Address C. M . It.,
North Vancouver P. 0.
Wanted.—A man lo dig garden aud to do odd laipctili-ring
jobs, pari or whole time. Apply
Percy Ward, cor. l.|(h and Clus
terlicld.
U allied. -By old   eolipli,   lui
Dished    bedloiiiii,    with    use   ul
kitchen, lor winter months.must
lie dose 111.    .Stale   terms   and
address.     U.l. Kxpress ollici
; Prol. 0 Hrmi will hold a darning ciaM 111 the Kiglcs' hall,
Norih \ aiiu'iiui. mi Thursdac
evenings, staiting (Kloiter 1 |th
al H o'clock.
Wasted iu Nouniii'i i-i, .1
girl for general liousew.u .
t.uod honii, peiliialtelit pus; ion
lamily ol time. App!, Mis
W. J. Wilson, bth iticel, opposite St. Andrew's • irit.h.
A ratepayeri' net nng lo dis
ellss the lilt,  aid bj  l.iw ,il iall
ed by the eii\   outuil  and   1 he-
board of dirutors, im Honda)
evening, at tbe citv hall at
lo'dock. THE KXPRESS, NORTH YANCOUVER, B. C.
An adjourned meeting ol the
city council was held Tueiday
evening, There were preient
Aldermen McRae, Voung, Dick,
McNeish and SchulU, Mayoi
\\. ll. May presided,
Alex.    Philip,    CMC.    Wlute,
convey ing the thanks ol the diitrict council, lor lhe selling
aside oi a cemetery plot lot the
use 01 ilie diitrict, in the buna!
ui indigent pei sons, filed,
Tin* Kcretar) ol North Van
couver Citj femes, Li.l , wrote
as per Initructioni Iron the
board, to thf eflect that Mr.
Bitstee.l, general luperintendent
,ai ilu* C. P, K** is proceeding
with lhe installation ol gates
icrou the tracks ol the compan) at the lerry landing, and
tlii* hoard ol directori is w tiling
to leave the matter entire.)    '.tl
Ins hinds, 'flu board reejuent*
ed that in accordance with mis
decision, the city cumuli Aot'ld
instruct the city solicitor i it to
lake any lurther proceedings in
the matter belore the railway
commission. On motion lhc
request w ai acceeded to.
The cit) solicitor wrote directing the attention oi the c . m il
to unpaid taxes to the amount
oi Sin against the personal
property, etc., taken our Irom
the ierry by purchase, kc, tiding to his apportionment, i .•-'.-
56 of this amount ihould be
paid by ilu city, $a •■■
North Vancouver Citv Ferries,
Ltd., and the balance by tin "M
lerrx company Reierred in tin
finance committee, with power
to act.
C, M* Kittson wti'le In tile
saute iiiiii as alrea.lv published
over his sign,iinie in lasl week's
fsiue oi Tin Express; city clerk
in ti|'l\ thai queitioni referring
to lerrv matter! ma) be answered bi document! on file  at
the cit)   llall  .lll'l  available    lor
Mr.Kittson's examination. Also
outlining the police followed by
the council,  Willi reelect   lo lllc
sireet Improvements,
'flu* provim :.il net retarv wrote
advising council ihat the 1 misi nt oi iln- lieutenant-governor
had Imu given t" tin* proposed
amendment to local Improvement b) laws six and seven.
A (*>. Perry, local managei "i
ihe B. C, I'll. Hv. Co., requested
that council empower a committee to approve amen.led profile of extension of Queensbury
.111 line lllle, as soon as sa.iir
are satisl,iclorv to the iil\ ui
gitieer, in onler ihal work on
the line- might be expedited;
board ol wmks to Mcure conveyance o| imi streets involved
in the route followed, ami 10
have authority thereupon to approve protile.
BANK OF HAMILTON
Total asseta of over thirty million
dollars are entrusted to the custody
of the Bank of Hamilton.
Your Savings Account Solicited.
II. L. PAYNTER, Agent
.North Vancouver
\\. L. Bmlt requested 1 ii.it a
sidewalk be built on I ith street
Iietween Malioii am! Jones avenues.    Hoard of works to *.-l.
Bylawi to amend local improvement Inlaws No. six and
No. seven were given three readings each. These amendments
were designed to rectify certain
defect! in the original hvftw.ai
the request of tin- purchasers oi
the debentures.
On motion it was decided to
call a general ratepayers' meeting, on Monday, .November ist,
to discuss the ferries improvement aiil bylaw. The meeting
will be held ill llie city h ill al
8.30 o'clock.
On motion it wu divided that
council will meet on Monday
next at seven o'clock p.111.
The matter of the appointment of a city assessor, was referred to the nuance committee.
On motion, Citv Clerk Thos.
Shepherd was appointed officer
j for the polling on Moiulav next
'and the place nl polling was located at the city hall.
LOCAL NEWS
T. M. JcfcrsM is creeling a
new house on Mb street cast, in
D, L* 273.
\\. I. darker is building a
new resilience on Jotl street,
wesl ol Lonsdale- avenue.
The llcw I est.li llie of Mrs. M.
G. Keid on nth street, east of
Lonsdale avenue, will shortly
be ready for occupancy.
.1. U. Mc Mantis has in course
of constriction :i new house on
Keith road, east oi St. David's
aveiuie, D. L* 273.
A. F. Reaslcy and lamily are
leaving the eity the last of this
week, ior Siui Diego, where they
will sojourn for the winter, and
perhaps longer.
LVNN VALLKY NOTES
J, M. Duval is building au at-
tract-vc cottage on Duval road,
tor personal occupancy.
\Y. George and k. Ontltwaite
has each built for himself a
house on the Magiiinis sub-divi-
sion.
C. H< Osier, recently from
Kamloops, has built a new
house on Kilmer street, and has
removed his family to the vai-
ley.
While operating a stump puller upon the property of T.
Thompson, on Monday, Alexander Campbell met with a painful accident, resulting in the
breaking ol his right ieg above
the knee. The injured man was
conveyed to .St. Paul's hospital,
where he is progressing favorably.
I Mr. and Mrs. Pelcr Westover
lentertaincd a partv ol friends at
a most enjoyable Thanksgiving
dinner on Mondav last. There-
were present Mr. and Mrs. I.
Westover, Central park, Mr and
Mrs. Evans and Miss Kvans of
Vancouver, Mr. and Mrs. G W.
Sugden, Mrs. Orrie, Vancouver,
II. Miller, Nortli Vancouver and
('.. Ros/.cil, Hillsburg, Ontario.
District of North Vancouver
IMU 'OK ROAD WORK
TENDERS are invited by the
District Council for clearing,
grading and boulevarding Lons-
elalu avenue (north) and Centi'
road, extending 3,(72 feet and
4,2,15 feet respectively.
Copies of Specifications and
forms of Tender can Ix- had at
the District Municipal Ofio
where sealed lenders with guarantee deposits must be lodged
not later than 7 o'clock on the
jth November, 1909.
ALEX. PIIILir, CMC.
PROVINCIAL  ELECTIONS  ACT
RICHMOND  ELECTORAL   D1STKICT
TAKE NOTICE th.it I have received objsctiou in writing to the following nanu-s bring re-
I.niied rn placed on iln List ol Voitis [or tin- Richmond Sectoral District, on the grounds set
opposite '."li n.iim*
AND take SQtke that at a Court of Revision to lie held 011 the ist dai ol Novcllllter, 1904,
ai iln Cilv II.,11. North Valiiouver, lt. C, at ten o'clock in the- lorciioon, I shall hear and determine Ihe saul Objections,  and unless th,   prisons objeetl'il  lo, or some other  I'lollllil,!  Voters ,„,
their behall talisf) m, that the said objections or any one ol them are not well founded, I shall
'■Hike lhe II,lines oil lhe said Kegislct
Dated this 7th da) ol October, i*i*a<,
THOMAS BHBPHB1D
Kegislr.tr ol Voters lor Richmond l-.le-clor.il District
LIST OF NAMES OBJECTED TO
1.*.'
No,
KAMI
Angeln fu iur    	
Guiseppe Paonesai
l.iltlleb Unban     	
U illn lm Larson    	
Audio Sivlio     	
Jllliui I'oini    	
lii.n  Itlasidi     	
Dollieliiio I'liinuh
.lohn Loudon N.iinii t
l:>**.iiii*in*,'
,Haitingi T.8., Hastings P.O..
Victoria road, South Valinmm
2:nd streei inst, Vancouver ....
Mth avenue, South Vancoiiver  .
Hill Crest ro
Headman's Island 	
Headman's Island 	
Deadman's Island 	
Dcadin,m's Island 	
'isi Hornby street, Vancouver...
I'r.il. --l"ii
Truli' nr
Culling
limn ml
of
Oliji-rtinn
lorcliiaii Not Hritish BuMtCf
laborer Not Hritish Babiecf
brewer         Not Hritish Subject
i.irpentef Not British Sii'ijeit
fisherman Nm m Richmond K I)
lishrrinaii Not in Kiditnond 1-*. 1)
fisherman Not m Richmond !•; |)
Hibernal Not la kkhmad K D
broker Not in kelunond I' D
••lal U cl/ell        337,  ltd street .North Valieotti 11   teal estate   Not  Htttish BubjeCi
agent
1    t    I'htt UcDoaald       Lynn Vallcv, North Vancouver, merchant *C
•1 ihiioics ih.it person! objected to csassd, lora period ol ii* months, next before thr holding ol the Court ol Revision, torelidl 111 Kidiinond Kleeloral Diitrict.
DAIRY
NORTH . . .
VANCOUVER
Phone 126     Store Ul 1st street west!
Dully delivery of Milk  and ('renin;
i(Ull.lty KHiiiti1.h-.-il
ttMirti'iiii> Abhotofunl I r««mt'ry Butter; nnd
Ic* Cream.
I'htiiii' I2fi      Mtff or.Um tl itore,
WM. PHILIP Prop.
N. V. Transfer &
Livery Co. ••^r
Phone 97       Night Calla 106
Cartage, WeninvalB,
Parcel Delivery,
-   -   STOKAGE  -   -
All Mail addressed to Box 157
WEDDING
RINGS
Underwear
The cold niibta put us in mind ol heavy Underwear, ShirW,
Sweaters Knit wool Veatu and everitliinit nermairy for wittier
wear.   They lire all kept here in iireiet variety fnr men and bny..
Men's Heavy Union Underwear tor -     50c.
Men's Heavy Wool Fleece Lined,  best quality     75c.
Men's Extra Heavy Wool Ribbed Underwear      1.00
Men's Hlue Tip Penman's Unshrinkable Underwear...    1.25
Other lines of Ver) Fine Wool, Unshrinkable, for l.lj to 1.50
Boys' Underwear
In Fierce Lined, sizes 10 to 33.        25c. up
In Heavy Wool,       "       "          30c. up
In Ven 1'in*'Wool, sizes 22 to 31       50c. up
Fancy Vests, Over Coats, Men's Suits
lu the very latest styles.
liar
CUMMINGS
dent's Clothing, Furnishing!, .Men's,   Ladies', and
Children's Hunts and Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MKAT MARKET
I'll IVfJf '| 1
Are bought for, but rot by wo-
ni'-n, y-t the fair sex are often
consulted about the purchase,
M they should bv. Wedding
rings cannot be too good in
quality—they are not everyday
pari bases. We have theni in
heavy solid gold, |OSfSNtSfd
to last a long lifetime. In
oilier styles of rings we easile
take the lead in variety, quality and low prices. Buy your
jewelry here and you will get
the best value for your money.
grass! & co.
318 Cimbie Street
I W.   II.   "TOMT
w. e. iiiiuki.i'.n
j. iaii-1
Sole apenH for Mitresrn, Ihl beet
material (or walls and erilin-i.
I'lmiie RtHI
W. H. STONEY (D. CO.
Signs of everv 1 Inscription
Wallpaperi, l'aints, Oils, Varnishes, etc.
House Painting Qluing, Paper Hanging. Kalsomining
DtOOrtting, etc.
B*K
Look for iln' above traile mark,
the sign of quality, on your
cereal foods.
We manufacture tb* best
Rolled Oats
on the market today.
Leave your ordert with us for
HAY, GRAIN
ANU   CHOP
Prompt Delivery
Satillaction Guaranteed
nn Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdale  Avenue,
at Ferry  Landing
Jn. Chapman,   local manager
NORTH VANCOUVI
< amptxll I St.u.rt
frnprl.lon
STEAM
LAUNDRY
Everything new and  up-to-dite.      All classes ol   laundry
work lor hotels, houses, individuals, etc.
Fitst class work  rty  latest and  best  methods.     City   and
district delivery.     Moderate charges
Have your Launbry Word done locally,
HEAD (lllll I AND WORKS;
14th Street, Ent
DOWN I0WN (Illitl
57 lonidile Ave
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Can leave ferry  landing lor
ill points, as lollows
•6.15 a.m.
•6.45  "
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7-50  "
8.30  "       te
8.50   "
9-ao "
945 "
After which cars leave at ten
minutes past the hour and twen-
ty minutes to the hour  until
'midnight.
• Not on Sunday.
For Grouse Mountain take th
Lynn Valley take the (Jueensbu
take the Keith Road car.
Cars leave Lonsdale Avenue,
Keith Road, and Queensbury
Avenue Terminals as follows:
•6.05 a.m.
•6.30  "
•7.00  "
•735  "
8.05  "
8.35 "
9.00 "
9.25  "
9-45  "
10.35  "
10.55  "
After which can leave ot lue
minute! to the hour dad twenty-five minute! after  tl,* hour
until midnight.
e Lonsdale Avenue car.     For
ry Avesue car.     For Capilano
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Sna|> in Lynn Valley;
One-quarter acre block, mi Centre Hond, close to store and car line.
af.'T't, $75 cash, the balance in 6, 12 and IH months.
Another simp in   Lynn  Vnlley—3 acres in D.L. 216.*, $1076,   |676
cash, the balance inli and 12 months.       l-'or a short time only.
THESE ARE THE TWO BEST BUYS IN LYNN VALLEY
Martinson & Co.
Rent Estate ana Insurance Agents
SOUTH VANCOUVER, R.C.
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REINFORCED CONCRETE DOCK
The accompanying- illustration
is a plan and profile ol the reinforced concrete dock which the
ferry directors propose to erect
at North Vancouver.
Before deciding on this form
of dock, the writer prepared estimates lor the ferry directors
on the relative cost of a wood
structure with concrete piers, »
reinforced concrete dock, and
concrete retaining wall with
earth fill.
For a dock ioo feet wide and
ffeoo to the cost after the fill
had sufliciently settled.
If the WOO0 structure should
be erected, the surface would
always be objectionable during
wet weather as the boards warp
and hold large pi ols of water,
and the lile ol the superstructure would not  exceed  five  or
After careful consideration,the
six years.
writer recommended that a reinforced concrete dock should be
constructed   according   to   the
elevation at the northerly end
will be about two feet higher
than the present level ol the old
dock, and will connect with tlu-
permanent grade of Lonidale
avenue when established. On
both sides of the dock will bc a
twenty-five foot wide concrete
sidewalk with a slope of one
inch in four feet towards the
pavement, and said walks will
be a continuation of the present
walks on Lonsdale avenue. The
central   portion,   fifty   feet  in
l*LAti -" clem ii r
, The dock will be lighted with
'twelve incandescent lamps ol
(about 40 or 50 candle power,
each in a 15 inch ground glass
globe, each globe supported by a
reinforced concrete lamp post.
Then will be six lamp posts in
(all on each side of the roadway,
along the edge of the curb, and
'said poles will be spaced about
fifty feet apart.
The railings on both sides of
the dock will consist of gas pipe
held in place by concrete posts.
and comparatively free- bum
any excess of water, while the-
roadway at all times will give-
ample accommodation lor the
teams and automobiles.
The wailing rooms, etc., will
be erected where the director*
may from time to time decide.
The dock is designed to carry
a safe live load of from 250 tu
300II1 per square foot. A duck
designed to carry luolb per sip
ft. will carry a steam ruad roller of to to 15 tons; bul in ease
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WIn'iia'viT va.ii rr-qi In  lr»i i lan
GROCERIES,
FRUIT8, ETC.
We  sli.,K  In* plmrd  Ul al, liver
your onler.
A-k tn "re onr neu ilii|anii*ut ol
FRESH RAISINS,
CURRENTS. ETC.
C.R.niCkMAN
Tine Store ul Quality
IjinwUlf Aet. l'lia.nelll
All new houses should lie piped lor gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure for thia convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
POWER CO., LIMITED,
\Lonsdale Ave.
District ot North Vancouver
i.|o leel long, the wood dock
with concrete piers would cost
about S22,<«*o; a reinforced concrete- dink itbuttt S2,S,ooo; and a
reinforced concrete wall about
$25,000. The earth lill lor the
last mentioned dock might be
made al I small expense by the
government dredge, but the paving ol the surface with suitable-
wood block pavements and concrete sidewa:ks would add about
plans shown in the accompanying illustration.
Thc dock will consist ol concrete lootings, columns, l-eains,
girders and lloor, all reinfurced
with steel bars. The lootings
will rest em hardpan, which is
Irom two to lour feet below the
surface.
The dock will be constructed
as a street end, lieing a continuation ol Lonsdale avenue.  Tin
width will be paved willi creo-
soted wood blocks on a one inch
sand cushion, which said sand
cushion will rest on the concrete
lloor ol the dock. The double-
car tracks will extend down on
the dock for a distance of loo
feet and will occupy 18 feet in
width of the centre of the roadway. This will leave 16 feet of
roadway in thc clear on each
side of the cars.
The special feature of a dock
ol this description is the fact
that it will lie attractive and
ornamental as well as useful,
and should assist in improving
the ferry traffic, as the congestion which now takes place on
the present wood structure will
be entirely eliminated.
Another special feature will
be thc fact that during wet
weather the walks will be clean
of it being used Ior heavy storage at any time,the dock should
safely carry about 250II) per sq.
loot. The design ol 250II1 of
live Ior the sidewalks and 300ft
per sq. ft. for the roadway, is
figured with a factor of safety
of four, it would tberulore carry
an ultimate load of about i2ou
pounds pel square foot.
GEO. S. HANES, B.A.Sc.
Engineer for the Ferry Co.
IIMJIKS lllll III at Ml Kl   ISSIIS
TENDl-.KS are muted by th,
District Council lor the following Debenture Honds to be issued, viz:
$30,000 ol General Debentures at A'f, per cent lor 30 ye at 1
2. $17,474.40 ol Local Improvement Debentures guaranteed by the Disttii l at | pel
cent (or 20 years, AND
3. $15,000 ol Water District
Del-enlures guaranteed   by   Dis-
Itrict at 4'; per cent iur y> \1.1is
I For further pat miliars and
copies ul Bv-laW! apple U) sub
scriher, 11 ith when Tenders
must be lodged IkIuIc 7 uiluik
p.m., on iXth November next.
ALEX. I'llll.ir, CMC.
Nortli Vancuuver, October, I-Joy
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Richmond Electoral District   Provincial Election
Conservatives   Attention!!
0|>en to all Conservatives
PR1MAR1KS for the Portion of Delegates aiul Alternates to the Nomination Convention will be held on Monday, November 1st, 1900, at B |i.m. sharp
nn Mon. The Convention will bn held at the Vancouver Conservative ('Iub on Tuesday Evening, November 2nd, litOU, at 8 o'clock prompt Any
inforiiialioii will be cheerfully rendered by the Secretary, North Vancouver, or by Assistant Secretary Arthur T. Kennedy at the Vanoouver Cottomtfff
Club.
District Nn Delegates No. Alternates Place ol Meeting
Klelllllond Centre     8 	
North Vamouver       ;o	
Eburne-         8	
Central Park, Collingwood     S	
South Vaiieuuvcr, Ward 2     4	
South Vancouver, Ward 3 and Ward |    K	
South Vancouver, Ward t,    4	
Steveston        8	
West Uuriinhy        4	
Point Grey 540    4 ,-	
D. L. 47:     4	
East Ilumaby        4	
Si|tiamish        4	
Hastings Tu-insite        4	
D. I, 301  1	
 2   Town Hall
 4 K. P. lla'l
 ]  Grigg's [Uti
 2 Collingwood School
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Victoria Hall, cor. Arties and
Victoria Road
 2  Mountain View Schoolhoiisc
 1   North Arm School
 2     Opera   House
 t      Municipal Hall
 I       Schoolhunsc
 I    Schoolhonsc  lRth  ave.
 t   Municipal   Hall
 1	
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 l ...Jas. Hewitt's house, 2oth avenue Iietween Westminster and Sosphin
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A Logical Location for a
Prosperous Seaport City
What builds Up t city ? People! Yes—but to set the people you must put money inlo circulation, to put money into circulation you must have industries, to
n| the induitriei you mini htva natural resources within a reasonable distance and to di-velop the- resources you retpiire transportation, cither rail or water—if vou
have both so much the batter.   Hare, than, vou have the mentis! features of CITY BUILDING,
A glance at the map will quickly show
why NEWPORT embodies all the salient
points necessary to the immediate growth of
a large commercial center.
A railroad, now under construction, the
HOWE SOUND, PEMBERTON VALLEY
AND NORTHERN, tapping in ite 118 miles
one of the richest sections of British Columbia, a railroad that will bring to NEWPORT'S door a toll from eight billion! of
leet of the finest timber in the world, the
generous production of twenty thousand
acres of unequalled agricultural lands, the
untold wealth of a mineral section that has
been as yet merely scratched over.
In front of NEWPORT lies one of the
perfect harbors of the Pacific Coast, calm
enough to shelter a racing launch, deep
enough to float the largest ship.
Study the map-Reflect on these things
that we have told you—they are facts.
NEWPORT IS "FOUNDED ON FACT." Then-
Come into our office and see the great
number of lots that have been SOLD TO
SOME Of THE WISEST REALTY BUYERS IN
VANCOUYER
Men who know that "The Time to Make
Money is at The Beginning of Things."
491 Seymour Street Vancouver- ft. C.
Telephone 780,
0|>en Evenings
Get a copy ol lhe " NEWPORT NEWS." a card will bring it and il will cost you nothing.
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If you so desire we will arrange to show you NEWPORT.    Vou will have to act quickly for NEWPORT as a    j;
" GROIND FLOOR" PROPOSITION WILL NOT LAST LONG.
Tbe British American Trust Company, Limited
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M-H-HiH-H-J+n-HM-WH THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, 13. C.
A FEW SNAPS
for profitable Investment
Safety ■• Ineonio •• Profit
North Vancouver
CALL AND SEE OUR
Large and exclusive list
Corrcsiioiiili'iifi'Soliciti'il
Choice City Lots-Cleared
CHESTERFIELD AVENUE between Ruth Rosd md 8th street,
a few 50 foot lots. Price f 1200 each, terms one-fourth cash,
balance in b, 12 and iH months.
gin anu RIDGEWAY. Double-corner. I'riee.* ji500. Terms one-
fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and iH months,
14TH STREET, in Hlock 52. Two lots each size 50 x 156 ft. Price
H525 each.    Terms one third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months
ijth STREET. Two lots in block 52, each size 50 x 156 It. Price
I500 each.   Terms one-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months
4m and SUTHERLAND. Corner. Price $1000. Terms one-
fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
3R11 anu SUTHERLAND. Double corner. Finest vview in tbe
City. Price $2500. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance-in 6, 12
and t-a months.
12TH STREET, in Block 83. Lots size 50 x 157 feet. Price $600
each.    Terms, onr-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months.
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, full sized lot only'11500, all cash
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, corner. Price $2000. Terms,
one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and iN months.
OTTAWA GARDENS.   A few choice lots at first cost.
GRAND BOULEVARD. Choice of all the unsold lots at first
prices.   Select neighborhood.    Building restrictions.
BEAUTIFUL HARBOR VIEW TRACT. A few full sized lots
yet obtainable (at first cost.) Prices from $175 to $250 each.
Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
LONSDALE AVENUE. A few remaining lots at first cost. Prices
from $475 to I500 each. Terms, one-third cash, balance in 6
and 12 months.
KEITH ROAD. Corner in block 5. Price $715, Terms'onc-filth
cash, balance- in eight ipiattcrly payments.
Semi-Business Property
KEITH ROAD AND JONES AVENUE. Corner size (.0 x 140 ft.
Price $2000. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance* in d, 12 ind it
months.
LONSDALE AVENUE in heart of the City. Site for business
block.    Size 100 ft x 130 ft.    Price only (9000.
West Capilano
A few choice acreage tracts at prices that insure a handsome profit.
Li|nn   Valley
Acreage tracts and blocks at less than one-half the prices per acre of
adjoining lands that arc- subdivided and being sold in lots.
Estate*
As we are Sole Agents for thc sale of properties and a lar^c number
ol Estaif.j in the City and Distiict intending purchaseis c t
tbe benefit ol first prices as* well as the largest list of North
Vancouver properties to choose Irom.
Wt- have also a good lilt of property fronting on waterfront, ist, 2nd
and 3rd streets.    A few snaps at less than prevailing prices.
FIRE INSURANCE in reliable companies
IRWIN &, BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.D. 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chief place of business in North Vancouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Telephone 15
NKW Fl-RRY BTEAMER
Editor Kxpress:
Sir,—Mr. Henderson has done
a public service lo the community in bringing to llieir notice
thei question oi the design oi lhc
neu ferry steamer. As he points
oul, the course lhc Ierry directors have adopted in setting up
a ship drawing olhce is quite unusual, and requires much to
justify it. Such a method of
procedure is the explanation of
the- existence ol vessels like our
present ferry steamers which
are radically faulty in design,
expensive to run and slow ol
speed.
No person in Ins senses would
dream ol building an $Ho,ooo
house without placing the ni.it
ter in the hands oi a competent
professional man, and a ship
requires technical knowledge
equally as rjreat.
It is a comparatively simple-
matter to irrange the .iccotiinio-
duiii'ii in a le-riv, ui  indeed   in
any vesse.1 to meet the reqiiireel
conditions; the dilficsltlcs lie in
other directions, especially in
the lorm and structure of tin;
vessel below water to secure the
required stability, speed and
strength economically. For example, the adoption ol Lloyd's
scantlings for a vessel of this
type is a very questionable pro-
unling, and will certainly materially increase the cost of the
ship.
The usual proccedure in a case
ol this kind is lo go to a competent naval architect who has
soiiie standing, inform him of
[tha conditions to be lnlfilled,tnd
give him a free hand so lar as
possibll in fullilling these conditions.
Drawings have to be made
and paid for, and incomplete
plans will require to bc completed by the shipbuilders at the
cost of lhc ratepayers. The
(erry directors may there-lore
rest assured that thev arc at
anv rati- not saving tin* money
ol the people, and may be- supplying lium with a boat which
will only be lit for the scrap
heap live years hence.
As Mr. Heiielcrson points out,
lift shipowners are well an,in
ol this, and consider the- naval
architect's fees in the- long run
an exceedingly wise investment.
A. J. C. ROBERTSON'
Assm Member Institution of
Naval Archilcels.
Assoc. Member Institution ol
Engineers and Shipbuilders.
General Contractor
CI.KAI.1VG, liRADING,   KXl'AVAT-
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A general meeting ol the Ratepayer! will bc held in the
CITY HALL, on
iqmiy msm Bl
November 1st at H.30 p.m.
For thr purpose of discussing the
proposed Ferry Improvi-iiii-nl-t Aui
Hv Law.
By Ordei "I the City Council and
Bo.ird d Fi rry Directors.
Thos. IHMUa,
City Clerk.
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
coNDie-rmi bv
THE misses DAW80S
I', roll, aili'l Purgictl, Mi'ilir-,1 nii'l
MullTliill    NaaTM
Nir ill Suit Out on Application
Ka,i   e. rm -    i|a|.lv   at   llu- !|i>i|>ital
Cir. 15th Stn-i-l ,v >t. Aii'ln-wV Ave-.
PHONE 69
Guilders and
Contractors
P. LARS' IN   il    ]ire'|iHrei|   tn
supply
Lime- Brick,
Sand, Cement
Anil nil kinds of Building
Mairrinl iii q usn titles to suit
ami iit rwsonsble prices.
 API'I.Y—
HOTEL NORTHVANCOUVER
TIUPHOKI Nn. J.
Li|;m Valley Lumber Co.
Are prepared to deliver at shortest notice
I   ,   I   I   I   ill kinds of   :    :    :    :   ,
Rough   anrl   DreHfceol
LUMBER
Citq Office, 39 Lonsdale: Ave.   Pbonc 36
P.O. 4MKMI       LYNN CREEK, B.C.
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY
The tpiarlt-r ol liurirrd Inli-t which eeais developed by the Canadian Pacific Kailway. with
result ol large Customs NfSBlM In < aiU'lai.no longer satisfies the reipiirtinenls ol the Dominion,
Tin- time hai a im« when tba interests ol ths PROVINCE AND DOMINION
A Ll Ki: DEMAND THE DEVELOPMENT OF GREATEB BURRARD INLET, OF Wllini  NOKTH VANCOUVER CITY  18 THE CENTRE ANH
Fores.
North Vancouver has 20 miles ol tvaterfror.tage available for indutrin, shipping and railway bw la
TheCinidiit. Goeenunenl bei rote?d 1100,000, also $6,400 per mils foi bridging tin Inlet
.mi conntcting Notth VnacourM by rail wi li Vancouver.
The Dominion Minister of Public Worki stated this summer OS iln Cossl that il SOCOHSfJ
In wuuld favor allitiontl Governim 111 mistim c to cemplstt tin-, bridge-*, and thi expediting ol
this connecting lisk, available by al! niiri idi, now rngages Notth \aiiioii\,i Cit] ami tin*
neighboring municipalities with the* approval ol the- I'roviacial (im, riim-nl
THE FERRY BY8TEM AT PRESENT CONNECTING WITH VANCOU-
VEB is UNDEB CONTROL OF NORTH VANCOUVER CITY, ANH KX-
TRA BOAT ANH WHARFAGE ARE NOW BEING ARRANGED FOR
Tin- Csnsdiss Mesicsn Pii iA Btesmship Compiny, hiring nli a tid ud uw d Ninth Vis
nnu.1 si the oi'i'-ciivi' point for their mi nil iei nt liner " Lonidile," North Vincouver't   ,
a Ins liri-un As Iir as human pidginr-nl ian s.i- N"ilh Vincouvi r » progress i*.
inevitably certiin. TnoM in thi country bat abli tojtidgi have eiprnMd mticipstion that
ibe will be tp Vtscouvir «hit Birkraheid iito Liverpool, sad mai leestssllydoi ihipping
business 1 min lhan that dosi OS tin- Vancouver nnlr.
Ninth Vancouver*! piipiilalmn ami building are incesiatitly inrreta'Jin^. Ibr dr.ui*l
lionii'varal is the lirgeil on thi Km rw u * ontineat, and her u-ai rstat<* otii-f. opportuaitiei to
invrstots which cannot be bettered, and are possibly SBSqtsliod OS tin* I'm till Coast,
Maps and printed inlormation as to the- Cit\ of North  Vancouver will be Supplied on
application to
North Vancouver Land 6 Improvement Co., !!?
Mahon, McEarland & Mahon, Ltd., I H*., Official Aqenta
CORSUU PENDER AMD SEYMOUR STREETS, VAHCOl Villi, ll.C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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Sboe Values Extraordinary
Another immenaa lh ipment of HEAVY WINTER WATERPROOF SHOES to hand, comprising Men's Heayy Soled Shoes, Boys' Waterproof Shoes, Women'*, and
Children'! Winter Shoea,    Thev are made by one of the best makers in Canada and every pair is thoroughly dependable and will prove satisfactory,
GOOD   SHOES  AT  ONE-HALF THEIR   USUAL   PRICE
A itrong -tai' hm nl. hui if you visit us we will make good.    We have thousands of pairs to sell at half their regular retail  value and we would suggest COME
EARLY.   The early bird catches	
To Recompence Early Buyers we will sell
Wotnen'i Si 50 i.ili Booti S.i
Women'1 Pineal Grade Velour ami ('.un Metal Call
Bluchers, G lveat Welt, .1 -.Mill rain] daj shoe
The- aliove prices hold good from 8 to 11 a.m. only
Itilauts' goc Hoots 25c
Infants' Fine- Soil Hoots, all leather, in black, red,
white or blue, regular 50c    BALE PRICE 25c
regular J4.50    SALE PRICE fj.oo
Men's 56 Winter Calf S-l
Men's Genuine Winter Calf Blitcher, Goodyear well,
double viscoli/.ed waterproof soles, bellows tongue, a Crackerjack, regular 56
SALE PRICE I4.00
\\ 1 iliii'll 1 >| Patent Cult {2,50
,ion Min  Wotnea'i  Pateat  Colt  Hoots,  Blachn
Stele, sewed   soles,   m.it   lops,   lialldsoliu-   for
street wear, regular $4.00 SALE PRICE S2.50
Misses 65c Storm Rubbers 50c
500 Pairs ol Misses Storm Rubbers regular 65c
Saturday between 8 and II a.ill  ''RICE 5, c
wDtiiiii s tf.tfl Call Hoots I1.75
Wotnen'i inu Btroaf Boi Calf Blochen, toccaps,
good soles, regular fe.50    SALE PRICE Si.75
Child's 60c Storm Rubbers UX
Child's Storm Rubbers regular hoc val'ta-
Saturday between 1 and 11 a.m. ..    PRICE ijut
Men's Heavy J6 lan Boots $4
Genuine Winter Calf in tan or heavy Levitclt grain
Bluchers, bellows tongue, double soles lull Vis-
colized, a snap at 56         SALE PRICE 5400
Child's City Boots $1 50
Child's $2 City Hoots, just ihe thing for the little
folks, sizes 5 to 10^    Saturday between 8 and
11 a.m PRICE fi.-,o
Women's Swell High Cul Htitton Boots, mat calf
tops, military Bed, covered buttons, Goodyear
Milt, 1 regular  Ss 50  beauty
BALE PlICE fo.90
Men's J4 Bluchers S2.50
Mill's Strong Scotch grain Blucli<v:,, 1-ellows tongue
heavy soles, a boot for hard ware, regular $4
SALE PRICE 52,50
Misses |a.)J BOOtl 9l.50
500 Pairs Misses Pox Call Hhulurs, .solid oak tan
leather soles, 1 boot for sihool or outdoor wear
regular fi.ii   SAM'! PRICE Si.so
Hoys' $3 Boots $1.95
A Genuine Gun  Metal  Hlucher,  strong  bottoms
rivitted and slugged, bellows tongue, regular $},
Men's 54.50 Black Calf 53.00
Men's Black  Winter Calf  Bluchers,  double  soles,
well made, a boot (or this season, worth 54.50
SALE PRICE $1.95
brass cvelets    SPECIAL BALE PRICE J3.00
A lull Inn ol Children's Boi Call Blacken, solid
soli-,. ,i boot lm sii em*, regular S:
SAM- PRICE J1.25
Little Gent's $2 Call $1.25
Dr. Jaeger Slippers for Men, Women and Children
prices from 25c to 52 a pair
Little Cent's Ve-ry Strong BOI tall nine Hers, nanen
A FULL  LINE OF "K"  BOOTS  FOR   HEAVY
WEAR
SPECIAL IOC POLISHES - SATURDAY Jj ,1 tin
lar $2                                SALE PRICE J1.25
RAE
•
The Shoeman
139 141 Hastings Street, W.
1.0.0.1. BAll
Korth Vancouver lodge No. 55
scored a great mccM in thu
grand ball held under llieir aus-
piees iii thi' Horticultural hall,
on the eveaiag ol Thanksgiving
day. Tin attendance was oi
ect aiid Millicii-ntly numerous to
luili Occupy the .spaiious floor
of the hall.    The nnisi, was  ol
u excellent milt ud tin- asm-
ben proved iiiiiiiciisch popular
with the gallic-ring. The rc-
beahtaeati likewise provided 1
ihoiu ami daiat) bill of iaie*.
Thi committee was pressed OB
all hands to repeat the effort at
an   arly date.
The   following   w.ir   anion-;
than pnsiiii
Missis, and Mi-sil,lines   A. L.
i lemeati, 1   farrow, J.PIIIingi
A. S. Billinn, I). G link, .1 ,1.
M. A le <. 1   Gallaghi r, ('. Btoae-
lioiise, 11. I'mui, A   Campbell,
I. K. Badger, A. Graham,  ll
Voung, A. R. Su a,,   1  A Hi
Uillan, If, McMillan, T Heard,
11   \   McLean,   B  Walker,   !•'
Lun  Pagler, R. Chance, P B
Thomu, 1 Dilldalt, A Cibsoii,
I, Payne, Dr. and Mrs. Ilui
Dr, and  Mrs.   Newcombe,   the
kfesdamei  \\. C, Gladwin,   \\
Smith, .'. Sabin, I'ppon, B. L
Kinder, Dr Morrison; the Misscn
I'   Rus*,, 11, U   Phillip!, C, Km
ii'ilv, m. Kenned). J, McLennu
S   Pier*. L. Peers, Smith, llall.
Flnuo, Thorpe, K Dai. A [ana
Porbet, link, Gladwin, Kinder,
Stevens, M, Pngli 1 Cordlngle),
Martin, 11  Taylor; Messrs.  .1.
Pens. ]■;   A. I'm     I   Tins, I).
T, Ki llunie. N. Kennedy,
J, J, Murray, T, u. Thacker,
W, Archibald, .1 Knight, J, J,
McDonald, II. Vkken, J, Cam-
eron, I-'. Reillv. M. Martinson,
B Riii'-haw, I Pirn* I) II. McColl,   I   Shannon, A   Am'*
1 w. Irwin, A T Kennedy, ll
L-araoa. C Wheeler, P Stuart,
E. Kattaedy, R  smith, J, s>l
I son, 1* Mi Arthur, A. McKay,
I) Cook, V. Cross, Woods, R.
Iunes,   Elliot,   Geo.   Wagg,   D.
I,eons, .1. B, Brown, R. Stoui,
J. Stonev, R. 1'hillips, J. D,
Irasir, R. Tarn, P. lle.oth. H.
Miller, II Diek, F. Atkinson, E.
laikson, II Tinker, A. Pawie,
J. Royal, .1. V. Graliai 1," W
Forrest, R. McKenm-y, W Rooll,
lv l-'ullar, J. Nixon.
The committee wpoaaibk for
the arrangements was .1. Kelly
and A. Kennedy Music was
supplied by Ilarpur's orch-slra
and the refreshments were scrv-
td bv S. H. Walker.
1-1-;kRY EARNINGS
Additional infonnalioii has
linn piouiiid as to tin earnings
ol the 111 IV situ e the red iiiui'
thereto in this week's celumi.il
was written The total earnings lllllll   lule    ist   1 win 11    tin
board ol dun ims took charge
lo September list, wele JliS,-
* .iiul llu 1 \pellditlires win
|| 1,91*1 II, leaving a tit t profit
lm (he ilii-e months of Sh.7fio.28
This dois not pt ovule* loi the
inonllih allowance lor depreciation, namely 5435*
LIVING PICTURES
The living pieiuiis entertainment, lo be held ill the Horticultural hall next Wednesday
t veiling, be tin 1 hildrm's branch
ni tin wotnen'i Auxillan ol St.
John's church has been prtpaiid
with great laithltilness by She
participants and will merit a
lull house.
The contractors lor the 1 misi im 11011 ol the Lynn Valhi 1 v
tension ol the lines ol the I, C
El. Rv. Co., are losing ao UflM
111 gl 1 ting to work. A .amp is
established at the corner of tin
pipeline road and fnttws road
and ilearing operations have already begun.
SALE  OF   WORK  AND
TERTA1NMENT
EH-
$80 added lo the treasury oi
the Ladies' Aid society ol the
Presbyterian church iu Lynn
Valley, is the result ol the sale
ol work and iiiuruiniueir. held
yesterday (Thursday) in the Institute hall. Thc sale ,vas opt lied by Mrs. G. A. McBain, ol
Nortli Vancouaer, at 2 o'clock
in  the  alternoon,  aud reHish
iiiciiis won served.   Than not
a large company pres.-ul, ,ii*,!
11 .i'ii- was exceedingly brisk. In
the evening the hall was o\ei
Idled, many being unable lo gel
inside. The program mu 1 c
llghlluJly varied, aud well appreciated. The- items by the
North Vancouver frieiiels lormed
a laige pall oi the program. Mr.
Callow sold the goods lell over
irolll the allcrnooii by auction,
and secured good prices be his
joviality.
Nm ih Vaneeiuvcr . Ui. 11 ley's
Aunt still to the Emit, Don't
iorget Nov. 17 and 18.
The Lathes' Aid society 01 the
Methodist church have to nplcl-
ed arrangements for an ciiier
tainmeiit mysteriously entitled
.1 "Uhiflic Doodle and Pumpkin
Pie Social'' to be held in the
church on the evening ol fruit*
day, November 4th. A good
program of a musical ud l**«.-r-
ature nature will be provide 1 as
well as thc rcireshlneiits.
j The rate-payers' association
will hold their annual general
meeting in Larson's pavilion on
Monday evening at eight o'eloik
C. Ba Lawson sailed from
England on the Pretoria!!, on
Saturday last, and is expected
to return lo this city about the
8th of November.
Ihe "'ANDIE
K
ITSI1EN
THI IMI M I
III SWIIIS
IHI  HIIMI
Of   IMUIY
I. h. Bennett,    6J Lonsd«*l(>
PUMPKIN PIE I KNOW
BUI
What Is A Whiffle Doodle?
This high-class product of the culinary art, the delight ol Epicures, prepared by expert home cookery
from a special receipc, will be served in approved
style al the
mm pik ill niiimi: mm social
in the Methodist Church, Thursday, November 4th
beginning at 8 p.m.
Good program of musical and literary selections
Collection Everybody welcome
The Plebescite
Election
On 25th November, 1909
A public meeting of all interested 1
in lhe queattod of  Loial Opium
will be Iniil in
ST. ANDREWS CHURCH
Keith Koad, on
ftmir. nn m \ii\hbkii
1909, at 8 p 111.
Mrs. A. Cr. tony accompanied
by her daughters, Missis Dorothy and May, returned on Monday, from a visit of several
weeks at Winnipeg, and Imd the
111 ilatl   temperature of the coast
very gratifying      Mrs.  Perry's, McN;.,r wall preside
mother, whose illness  vns  thei    J >^>M
immediate cause ol the visit, is
now convalescent.
To dilCUM th" (jiifslion ,ind
make arung' nuiils for lhe election
campaign. Candidates for Richmond Electoral Disirirt will be
ilked to ittend
Tht presriiii*   anal  eo operation I
ol ladies will be heartily welcomed. |
NORTH VANCOUVER f ERRY IIMI TABLE
STEAMER
Leave Van.
*6.Jo a.m.
7-30   "
8.30   "
9 15   "
10.15   "
n.15 "
12.15 P-m-
1.15 "
1.IJ "
315 "
4-'5 "
5-15 "
6.15 "
7J5   "
|.tj   "
9*15   "
10.15   "
•11.15   "
Time
ST. GEORGE
Leave N. Van.
•6.45 a.m.
7-50  "
8.50  "
9-45   "
10.45   "
Ji 45 "
n.45 P-m.
1-45 "
2-45 "
3-45 "
4-45 "
5-45 "
M8 "
7-45 "
8-45 "
9 45 '
10.45 "
*'i'45
STR. NORTH VANCOUVER
Leave N. Van.     Leave Vu.
*6.2o a.m. "6.45 a.m.
•7.20  " *8.oo "
•8.20   " "8.50 "
9.20 9.45 "
10.15   " 10.45 "
11.15   " 11.45 "
12.15 P-m- 12.45 P m.
115   " 1.45 "
215   " 2.45 "
3>5   " 3-45 "
4-15   " 4-45 "
5 15 5-45 "
6.15   " 6.45 "
725   " 7-45 "
8.15   " 8-45 "
9-15   " 9 45 '
10.15   " 10.45 "
11.15   " 12.00
• Not on Sunday.
Table subject to change without  notice. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
NI
Editor Express:
Sir,—ln view of the discussion
that has appeared in the press,
with relerence to the dralting ol
the plans lor .the new lerry boul,
we have already been told that
the lerry directors consulted several marine architects at home
aud abroad, and lhat all their
opinions as to cost, etc., were
considered carefully and impartially. It is certain that these
architects could not all be given
the job, and one ellect ol this
agitation is to make it appear
that the result is a disappointment in some quarters. The lerry directors are large property
holders and capable men, and
have done what tlieir best judgment told Ihcni was in the interests ol the ratepayers. While a
lew who are disallected for some
reason may indulge in carping
criticisms, the body ol the ratepayers will appreciate the Uuh
iul and valuable services which
the lerry directors are giving.
H. J. CAMPBELL
North Vancouver, October 28.
All the world loves a lover
and Charley's Aunt. Nov. 17
and 18.
PLEBISCITE CAMPAIGN
Allium*.n is called to the
meeting ol elentors to be held
in St. Andrew's church on Wednesday evening next, to discuss
the local option question and il
so advised, to make arrangements lor a vigorous light in
the interests ol temperance relorm. The desire is to lace the
question Irom a business man's
point ol view. It is an excellent
opportunity lor the electors to
come lorward and say whether
they wish to haVe absolutely local control in the matter ol the
liquor trallic or not. The exceeding importance ol tlie subject aud the lact that the canili-
dates lor the Richmond Electoral District are invited to be present and to express their views
should bring together a very
large gathering. Com.
Children's matinee ol "Charley's Aunt" on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 18.
SUCCESSFUL TRIP
Thc party organized by \\. II.
Braim for a hunling expedition
at the head of Pow:ll lake, returned to the city in triumph
last evening. As the <*Uttl; 01
their two weeks expedition tliey
brought   down   ten   mountain
goats, ten deer aud a supply ol
speckled trout. Fresh traces ol
bear were seen, but the party
could not get in touch with wily
bruin. A large collection ol
photographs, taken during Uie
trip is also in possession ol the
party and one of these entitled
"Fishing lor Deer ou lhe inland
'Lakes ol B. C." will serve to illustrate the tale of one of the
humorous events of the trip, for
1 a long time to come.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Presbyterian church intend holding a social on Wednesday next
the 2nd prox. RelresMnents
will be served and there will be
booths with home made cooking aud candy lor sale.
An inaccurate report has gained some circulation lo the
■•licet that the Harland-Wolll
company were negotiating with
the McDougal-Jenkins Engineers
Ud., ol this city, wilh a view
lo locating at North Vancouver.
The only ground lor this statement is the lact that Mr. McDougal, of the local linn, has
had certain correspondence with
large firms in Englaud, with
whom he was formerly associated, but no definite results have,
as yet, resulted. McDouga.-JetJ-
kins Engineers, Ltd., are proceeding as rapidly as possible,
with the carrying out ol their
plans as originally formulated.
.1. M. Blackstock is building a
residence on 6th street, east of
Sutherland avenue, in D. L- 373
R. McMillan intends building
a new house on 7th street, in
D. L. J73, just east ol St. David's avenue.
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Vi
EXAMINATION TIIK INSPKCTION OF STEAM
BOIUR8 AND M.ei HIM-R-
[.' X a a I NATIoNi- lur ilic polllon ol IniDeteot
u ul 81e.n1 Boiler, md M.cutntrv, under lhe
■si,*«„, Roller. In-i*,*. ii,,,. Aci, iim,' «||l bee
helil >l ihe P.al'.ineiii HulldlUfi, Vlcloria,
 iiiluilif Naaia ml. rllh, |%K      a.*,,,;„„,„„
■ ill lllal, uilla'u laarliia i*.u I.*- bid UD Ap-illi .*
Uou to lhe undentf lied, to which the formtr
mun ha returned, correiUy tilled in. uot later
thu Nu.emner lit, IK*. Miry llll'to per
month.
JOHN not,
fhlil lnipMlor ol Mirhlnery,
'■•■tl *>'«i Weitainiur, B.C.
aftuewil of Liquor License
Kli 1&)TICE lliui Unity
da>-» .titer dale, 1 inti'iid lo apply to F, S. Hussey, superintendent ol provincial police, Ior a
renewal ol the liquor license ol
the Moodyville hotel, held by
uie, lor the term ol sue months
coinniencing January isl, lyio.
The Moodyville- hotel is situated
at Moodyville, on lot No. .-73,
group oue.New Westminster district.
Dated at Moodyville, B. C,
this 28th day oi October A. ]).,
1309.
(Signed) TOM BOOTH
8-14
V h rWuiaiiMn Land Dislriel
District ol New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICK that Elliol
A. Haswell, oi Vancouver, occupation broker, intends to apply ior permission to purchase
the lollowing described lands:
About 320 acres, commencing at
a post planted on the northeast
comer ol Lot 1239, thence south
80 chains, thence casl 40 eliaitis,
iht-nce norlh 80 chains more or
less lo shore oi Horseshoe lake,
thence 40 chains more or less 111
II westerly direction along shore
ol lake to point   ol   colillllcllee-
III ent.
ELLIOT A. HASWEI.I.
WM. DALZIEL DUKE,
Agent
October 3, iyoy 9-iy
.\r» HttHHihlrT Uud Hblritt
District ol New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Ernest
Crocklord, ol Vancouver, occupation cruiser, intends to apply
lor permission lo pui chase the)
lollowing described land; About
400 acres. Commencing at a
post planted 20 chains cast ol
the southeast corner ol Lot 568
thence west 60 chains, thence-
north 4" chains, thence west 20
chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, the-nce-
north 40 chains more or less to
point nl commencement.
ERNEST CKOCKFOKD
WM. DALZIEL DUKE,
Agi'llt
October 4, 1909. 9-19
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l-l-.KKV IMPROVEMENT
BY-LAW
The by-law with respect to
which the ratepayers will be
Celled upon to express their
opinion at the polls on Wedite-v
day next, is OM ol veil gnat
moment to North Vancouvei.
'flic absolute necessity ol a UO
elern and efficient terry service
belie ceil this city and Vaileouver
is a topic   uhlili   has   bun   so
well threshed out upon former
nuasii'iis ihat it has become* a
confirmed opinion la the tnindi
ol all eaterprUs| ratepayers.
ll it is tun that without ., i,,
ry serviie ul sonic sort, this
city could nut exist, llien It is
epiite- as forestall} true- that
n nhout tin mu lu.st possible
lerry siiviu, this iiiy laniiol
hope lu secure lhat nutcase ul
populatiun and lhat general Helium tnnnl lo which her iiatuial
advantage! entitle her.   This is
the muli ■ |'ia Lilly true 111 Weei
ul the lacl lhat North Vancouver has itrong competitor! in
the suburban sutiuiis uii llie
south ihore oi Um Inlet.
file board ol iliicitms 1,1
North Vancouver Cit) 1-ciiiis
Ltd., was chosen iipuii a Humiliating ballut by Un ntepsyen,
with Un* avowed porpoei ol procuring all energetic and business
hki ariminiitr ation, whon ob-
Jcillic m.ultl   at   all   Ulllis   In,
ilic development  ol  the  ferry
system ailing those lines which
would enable the illy lu gel "tu
ul lhat leiiy the besl pu.sslble
.niuliillloiiallull and Uic largest
possible bellebt. lhat   tlieir
sdminiitrstioa has ilms iar k>
eollipllslled ail that   luiiiii   i,.,
.suiiabiy   hau   Inin  anlu ipalen,
nihil   page  iu   ihis   issue,   uill
convince every ditcriminatins
reader lhat the terma ol thst
Ki i.m have been approved, on
1\ allil musl i,min] luii-.iiln.i
Hull,  and thai the city council
is lubmittlng Uu* propositios is
ihi most lavorable lorm, lium
the standpoint ol the general
iicilit ol the city and lhc inter
ests ol the propert} em nets.
Stiuiig ami plausible argil
lllcllts ll ele brought tu Inal up
ull the uiiiiiiil lo sliuli   uliy lhc
debenture! ihould be unly twen
ty yeai   debenture!   ami   isslicil
directly iipuii ihe credit ol Uu
clly as well as at a high late
ol   interest,   but  as the  by I.m
gon in iln ratepayer! the di
Ijilllulis aie issued upon the u
sets oi the uny compan}, nui
are lorty yen debenture!   anu
the   Intel est   late is luejeli t ,u.
the whole being guaranteed  in
iln uty.     Ily Issuing the bonds
in ilic lunii ui terry debenture!,
the credit uf the ciiy is retained
intact, and the sinking nm .
llie I&tertSt  must  be provided
irom year lo year   out   ol   iliu
(err} earning!,   Iha city mii m
called upun tu ptuwdc uu
monies unless Uic ferry earnings
should prove 11iH4u.il to lhc demand, and 111 thai case Ule clli
gels an equivalent lur all illumes
pan! in the innn oi additional
.shatis ul  Hie lapllal   slock    ol
iln [err) company, The probabilities null lil, leliu tu lllis
phase ul Uie mat ler may In
(airly gueged 11 um the (act that
the net profits ul the terry system  Hum Uarch ll  to August
ji, this year, won (340o.43,snd
this iiniii Ithstsnding tin- (act
lhat rales Weie greatly reduced,
operating expenses were largel}
Increased by a lengthened ume*
si In iltilc, and the sum ul f
uas paid uui -ul cin iilil niiuliii
lor eixiraoiilin.ilj repairs lo thi
Iciry steamers. On lhe olher
side ol lhe ,mount, the ItUUl
required by the proposed  loan
lllll be M.ai;  pii   Mail   1"!   silik
ing mud ami NM"" lol Interest,
a lolal ol (7747 per annum,   ll
lor live   mulitlis,   wilh   in*uii
e-lialc cepllplllelll, atul limb I  .ui*
vitsc conditions, Uu profits »
mounted in lound ligures io
51x1, 11 is a safe estimati tu
iiiiiilinli thai with improved
equipment, increased population
and growing traffic, the lerrj
buiiness should be able lo  sel
aside  llie ,\; |7  pet  allinilia,    Ol
at any late, that Uic lhan ol
ihat amount devolving upon the
individual ratepayei mil be' su
small  Ihal  lie   mil lml givi
iiaiur a moment's thought.
\\1U1 reference to thc relative
\   ■
for the Man WHh -sroaK cJ;i;al
The   Sherwin-Williamt   Paintt   Coter   the    Earth
I" OK
$500 Cash
IflE »4L/iNtl: 4& fciNT
Vmi ran liny a nii'l'now Iiuiiii mi   :i,  trcet, facing South,
large lot, ;        2800
BUY NOW
ninl nol .a hen llu-1   l>v;n irici will \>t si-mi
ELDEI* MIJS8AY €0.
IT IS WORTH WHILE
LOOKING OVER
MILLI.NtRY
.Vi'iiiI Style!
U 1, kmansliip tuii.iii.lfrd
I'.ir ir   |aa      j*.*'   I. HI    ll!.*, *        |.   - »  ,
carry m        tlu,
"Style and Oui Wn:kiiiiwship"
nii'l wi tnnil Uvfl up I" it      \ 1 ■ ■ Ivm
I ,lM't
MISS  CURLE
I *:   mvtr
M%A#Jl«>J»»**»J»»J««J»«J»*J#«*»»J»»*»*J»«Je*.J»»J»»Jl.*»«Jt.*.   <*--~»*J***»•*•♦*• »**•**•*• •**»*»»**•*• »**•*• •*»•*»»**•**»**•.J**»***•*
?
llli:    LONSD ;'
SELLS DRUGS •
.*.
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US   I
MM I'llil
Our present itockof leaionsble goodi 11 wi
liave 11 full line iif
Stoves,  Ranges
Housi furnishings
«nd
General Hardware
W' always give uur patrons rrul vnltu-s nnd
tlif besl uf service
Paine  <& McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
J
.:••:••:••:••:••:•♦•:••!••:••:••>•:••:••;".• *  *■ *      ■:-:">•:"'.••:••:":••:":":-:••:■•:••:••:••:••:••:••:••:•    The  sherwin-tmiiamt  Paintt  Conr  tht   Earth
aimmmam^m&mmmamaammm*Mmmawmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
lulllageiuelil I" I'alliM   that  ' |Y $fc;* VillO PfUilS
lanction will Im givi n on Weil
gi
ni'sil.ti next, in thi   a., in
.olid majority in lavoi   oi  lb , „rii.s
In i.n,, over and abovi tlu   pi ,,    ,
rv 1 roil ui
required lo eai
i,*.\, , there *
*,, ,i,.nl   that li. 1
"Charley'i Aunt ' or '   -
17 and 18.
is ample proven by actual  n
suits and is generally conceded, selling merits ol Un two lormi
ot debentures, Uu opinion pn
IhcR are ihilclulc  luu eullsii
trationi whkh ihould pn dii
foot every unprejudiced ratcpay
ST, lu um mill laiui tin   pro
j" 1 iiii ihe carrying uiu of
nhiib iln in i.ne ha i"eii framed, namely, first lhat Um board
ol due 1 UKI  in   tiun    nmsslnl
adininiitraUoa havt  rcaponded
:-l>li niinii) tu the damandi which
mie in,|'u,nl in Uiih appoint
llnlll    and   hale   pimui   lluni
MlVa   HOI 111,    llll*   H'lllllll Ila I     .III.1
iiii   wpport ui tin ratepsyeri,
and llii Mcond, that in siibmii
ting lhe sihuiie which llu b)
lan Is designed lo ilialdi till-In
tO iail) into ellect, Uie direct-
I mg a slip uhlili
their expel iinie hai shown tbun
ii .1 logual Becenity, la Uie ei-
(ectivt carrying ont of tlie will
ui tin eluins in iiii 11 appoint
mult.    Properly viewed  then,
llus si Iiiiiii- belong! to the* 1.1I1
payers themselves,   not   tO   Un
directors, snd In lupporting it,
iln  ilutiii', mil bul  bt  '-laving
with   Um  polky   whkh   tbei
Uiiiiiseives Inaugurated,
A i,mini nailing ol the bylaw aiid tin accompanying   e-
gia a m,ni, 11 Uu- appeal 01 ate-
vailed while the by law was in
iis preliminary itsges, lhat ih
l-eiiuitcs Hosted diiciil, on tb
credit ol tin- eiii, would   meet
With    billel    sale    than     WOllld
(erry dt benturd guaran et
tile City.   'Ibis mat in  WS! "in
llllll    lliusllg.iiul   b)    tin    "
council, and while nu ipee iiti ui
formation has been divulged, it
Is lie 1 e 11in lies kliumi    that   Uw
action ui ths sMermen In linal
li naming Uu* by law   in ihii
particulai, uas taken adi•
ud u is understood Irom ouri
undoubted reliability thai
suiisi.11 t"i 1    insurances   wen
given    llulll   a   itrong    lill.iin '.il
suniu, that .in uini  uiiiibl be
made lol   iln   ili liiiilnns    at    I
.1,iliil ligim,  uliuh would sails!)' tin must enacting rati pay
er.
Tlnn is therefore, every rei
sun to niiulii'lt' that thi iani
lum oi ibe ratepayer!  to thl
guarantee by  Uh city, is the
unli iii'iii that la required,   In
nnil iiui liable tlu- diretturs to
proceed at obci uuh tlu 1 high
v disii.ibb improvements 	
ih.n   is   likewise   every   st
X.  V. DRAMA*! li   I
Tin members ol tin
malii   I lul■   *   ■
their produi tb n ol
A11111 ' I'll the   15th *
next month, will   ur]
thing yet staged by
the   advent I the
lluiitetilitii.il ball   i>
hearse on, the task oi
tlu* iuiii|iaii\ into she
cause  thi
llllllll trntlbli  ;is pn vi
lllllll   llll   lllll*'       il     v
tin- liniiii■■■ ol thi 1 **i
ben,    'i'ln neu
on a scale fat in **
thing yet attempt
lining to ilnn   tack  1
ul a pii 111.1 in nl
The i .1  !
Dunn.1 I.icia   Un   A
Ann Ah   . B
Kitty        Mini V, I
Rlli .li     1
Spell' W.  i.   Rtl
Sir l'i .iin 1    ■ '
Jack li   I.
Charley      -      t, 1
Butler -
(.'bailee 'l Am I
A    111.111    '
1 hai i' -     tu
laugh,   Vou knot*
Sin \ coming on N 0'
Wanted
who are li 11 tig bl
"Charley's Ania'     on I,
• lllll   |8,       V.l    '  a\  I    ;,',
,i. Ill .
Diplock -Wright
Lumber Co.
1 I'MBER
A SNAP
'Dili ACRES I L08K TO LONSDALE AVK.
This will make 1 % I tubdiviiioo.
Prices niui ii nu- riubt.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
laoi-iluli- Avt-iitii', near |-\-rrv
i'hones—Offioe %W Houae 'J:'
OU A
■iii.
; tWf
Nt V. ilorticaltural Society
Engagements, season 1909-1910
Rvcry Tui dsy   Clsss,   Suns ol Scotland
NOV. T. il ilt-. uiv.    ('.Ills' lll.illell W. A.
Nov,   5   I),uiu.    I..0.1... Nu  iS|u
Nov. ij  Dance,   Merry Widow Club. •
17 18 Charlies' Amu.    N.V. Dramatk Club.
Nov, ."1  Danes,   Merry Widow Club,
Nm  jo  Dance,   St. Andrews and Caledonian Bo
ciety
Dei.  'a   Danci     Hoi lit ultut al Smu u
Dec, ij   Dance,   Merry Widoe Club
iin   ,1   Danci     Berry Widow Club
.i.m. u  Annual Meeting Horticultural Bodety
b. TYLER, fSecrettri{,
1   1 1 1 *.i   ' u*m,i, in, iyh Sl * 'phone jj
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU v,kEE,\I!OIJSES
*
CIT FLOWERS
in t' .a'.
FUN DESIGNS
IG   BOUQUE
fiO? riattlngs : -. W.        Vd . i;.C
ior irui
THANKSGiVING DINNER
GET ONE OF 0UF
EXTENSION TABLES
Special values from $9 to $30
Sideboards and Buffets
MAV STOCK JI'Sl RECBIVBD
$13 to $43
CHAIRS
50c. and u\>
'inoif
54 And ''- I •iik.HsIi' Avi. THE EXPRESS. NORTH VANCOUVER, fi. C.
______________
—am.*.,,   vaaHal^H-
Good
News
B, C. GAZETTE
The current issue of the 13. C.
lia-i'itc coniains lhe following
appoinltnents: Wm. C. S. Ha-
thorn of Atlin and Frederick A J
Jackson of Soinenos, to be justices of the peace; Geo. F. Edwards of Vancouver lo be a
Notary Public.
Notice is given of the dissolution of the legislative assembly,
the date of nomination of candidates for the new house, and
the convoking of the new assembly on Thursday, January 20th
1910.
Applications are invited for
the position of inspector of
steam boilers and machinery.
D, C. Irwin undertakes, under
agreement, to make certain improvements along the course of
the Mamqtiam river, lo make
the river drivable for logs and
also to construct a system of
booms at the mouth of the river
for a booming ground.
Certificates of incorporation
have been issued as follows: Pi-
oncer Placer Mines, Ltd., capital $500,000; Glacier Mining Co.
Ltd., capital $600,000; Dominion Oil Smelting Co., Ltd., capital $100,000; Syndicate Investment Co., Ltd., capital $50,000;
Vancouver Docks, Ltd., capital
$150,000; Metropolitan Building
Co.,Ltd.,capital $150,000; Work*
ingmen's Club & Institute (under the Benevolent Societies'
Act); Hardman Hat Manufacturing Co., Ltd., capital $15,000.
Licenses to extra-provincial
companies are issued as follows:
Foley Bros., Larson & Co., of
Winnipeg, capital $1,000,000; P.
Burns & Co., Ltd., of Calgary,
capital $3,111111,000.
Notice of application for wal;
er records is given as follows:
J. G. Cumiiiings of Cranbrook,
makes application for nine cubic
feet ol water per second from
Cherry creek and Elizabeth C.
Cnmmings of the same place applies for eight cubic feet per second out of the same creek; Thc
Uucsnelle Hydraulic Gold Mining Co., makes application for
125 cubic feet of water per second out of Swift river; Thc Atlin Power Co., Ltd., applies for
■84 units of water out of Fourth
of July creek; Jas. E. McAuley
applies for five cubic feet per second ont of the south fork of
Similkameen river and also an
additional five cnbic feet from
the same source.
Notice is given by Registrar
Thomas Shepherd, of tho court
of revision ior Richmond Electoral District, to be held at the
City hall, North Vancouver, on
Monday November 1st next.
E very body laugh's at "Charley's Aunt" but father, and he's
laughed himself ill. Nov. 17
and 18.
The
ie   splendid   new   resilience     The funniest old woman in thc .
avenue by G. A. McBain,  adds world, "Charley's Aunt," will I
-i-1 \ mil      uj      _i,    n,     .■■wt.iiii,       nun   ■      »-■%«•-*) »••••■ 1.   -    u     .nnu, »-■-.••
now  being  built  on  Lonsdale bc in North Vancouver on Nov.
greatly  to  the  appearance  of I? and l8,
Mr. McBain's row of high class --  =
residences on his property and |
will soon be ready for occupation.
CHURCH SERVICES
Methodist church, corner 4th
and St. George's avenue:—
Services at ii a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Sunday school at Moodyville at
11 a.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday st 7.30 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. B. H. Balderston, B.A.
Lynn Valley Institule Hall;—
Services every Sunday morning al 11, and evening at 7 p.m.
St. John the Evangelist, 7th
and 13th streets:—
Holy communion 8 a.m.;
morning prayer u a.m.; even-
ng prayer 7 p. m. On the
lirsl Sunday in lhe month ihere
will be a second celebration of
lhe holy communion al 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
Services at St. Clement's hall
Lynn Valley: Morning prayer
11 a.m.; evening prayer 7 p.m.
Priest-in-charge: Rev. H. H.
Gillies.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church, bth street:—
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday,
at 8 o'clock. Pastor: Rev. J.
D. Gillam, M.A.
North Vancouver Catholic Indian Mission:—
Sunday Services—Mass at 9
a.m. Sunday school at 2.30 p.m.
Benediction at 3 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. E. Peytavin, O.M.I.V.G.
Baptist Church, cor. 5th and
St. George:-
Sahbath school at 2 p.m. Services at 3 p.m. and at 7.30 p.m.
1
Flour
Goodness
a line .ti Standard Flour is a continuous source of pleasure and
pride to the cuok. lt makes the
work ul lhe kitcht-n delightful. It
is made in Hritish Columbia from
specially selected wheat. The
milling is conducted with the
highest scientific skill and cares
Storage and marketing facilitie.
place it in your home in perfect
condition. It is a flour that il different and superior.
Apart Irom this, Koyal Standard
gives each user a chance to win a
handsome toy piece china dinner
sit. Kacli 4ij-lb. sack contains a
coupon giving you an opportunity.
There have been many winners.
If mu liave not won yet, eon will
undoubtedly be among the many
more.
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COUKSE OF CONSTRUCTION
We can handle si many mors.     If you art thinking of building
is* us snd talk the matter over
CAMPBELL & MILLER
205 Lonidale Ave.
North Vancouver
No t'xciis'  now Inr BOl
BUYING THAT   PIANO
Contracting (or leverel hundred
pi»nns,l375 00 to ^450 uu gi *
at a big cut Irmn Usnufsctnreis'
Whol- sali' Prices, 1 nabl'-s us hj
sh-p in
CARLOAD LOTS
and by  •'"'   "iii'w   li.irniss ■-,
iim." *.hing in 11- iii.i'u dollars
in  (nights alone,  we are nrnv
Mlling
Popular   Dependable   Pianos
|275    *2i)o    moo   $325
$6.00 tolio.onpir month
When vou deal with us you gel ih«
bee) that Tin LsSGSfl I'iinuI"n-
cern in Wsstssm Canada, bed rd
by 38 vhks prm ihai. HFUUNca
and an abundance ol capital, can
give.
Montelius Piano House, ltd
434-441 Mi. until MrMt Ural
Venroaver,      ■       •       B.C.
VANCOUVER B. L.
•WVM^-W^*^*^*^*--^.^*-**-*-^-*-*-*-*-**-*****-*-****-**
Cates' Wharf
FOOT OF ROGERS AVE.   NORTH VANCOUVER
Dockage lor Stcimen
Warehouse Accommodation for all purpoies
SAND, LIME, BRICK,  CIMINI, (ilHVII
COAL and LUMBER
Goods delivered il desired. Prompt lervice
APPLY AT OFFICE ON WHARF
Or at Rooms 12 and  13,  Flack Block.   Vsncouver
PHONE 136
^yvvMvvMVV^*^»^L^^A,^^^l^^^l^^l^f^^l^M*%l^lM^l^
Stanley
Heights
THE BEAUTY SPOT Of NORTH VANCOUVER
Situated on the Beautiful Sunny Southern Slopes overlookinp Burrard Inlet,
and our fair city.
LARGE VIEW LOTS $100
CORNERS
$120
TERMS-J5.00 Caih: $5.00 per month or $1 25 per week
NO INTEREST NO TAXES
N.B.—On Saturday, October'.'th. at 1..10 p.m sharp, uur launch latVW
Biliinpspate wharf (just east of NorthVancouver ferry wharf) tor Stanley
llt-1-.'hts. We will be pleased to furnish transportation to nny paiaoni di lil
iii),'to Ml tin- property. Cjuite a number have already madr iniutgcmantl I"
go. Wa will he pleased to huve you join the party. Ample aoeoilUDodatioD
will be furniihed. We have two streets with a 10-ft. grade mi mir property
which (lives you an opportunity to know what wc have to offer. Cull ami fit
one of our descriptive circulars.
Jones ii* Franklin
Note change in address to
phone 970       449 1-2 Pender St. W.     om evenings
■MaaaBBBta^.1—■——»——tm-m-i THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Save your Piano by having
an Expert  do your  Tuning
HOCKEY
T. BRADLEY-TAYLOR
260  Second   St.,  West
Wlirk    I,11.llllllll aal.
I'll
Prop
*.,li
I** iial
1 Ma.*n** I THAI lil H HI    i I SIC
* -i rvstorilllli
Tuition in Engliah, i ■ fin    a*i Herman
I'ini!- pit-pat r»' ami l'u
v.nity iiatnlnatloni.
LSMOfll jlVSfi ail pupil'l r -■
Tiriim Moderate,
Aililratu    i sp imi".   Sorlli Vancouvi r
MITI UMYEI (IIIL'iS MIIvii.
ANIi ll i iKATuR,
* ■
|lf|aHll
a   *  IHli
I   * i
\l,.* I'   "lllll
r.*- l rOlf                          "i a.l     I'll     l:.\ 11 a
, ■      \ a      aaii 1 i:  I
sum mile tu be placed om be*
luml again ,t lew miaatai later
through ,t rood shot by K. G,
Ward Following tins reverse,
:   ——— 1 Victuria plaei'il with renewed
A. Campbell Hope, C.A., Cal, WK'"', •""' ;,"'K'ol Uk' -v x-
11.nn began in slime urns thai
All1 III I I'A I Itin- last pace w .is telling upon
lttStntt, /'.'. of St. Andnws\*—~ Uk "' wnditioa.    With
suine- 15 minutes to go Victoria
I managed to score twici again,
and retire winners by a Ktlitary
goal.     Tlu* loeal team Were .11
terwarda entertained io dinner
al the- Balmoral hotel, return
tag to North Vancouver by th'
Charmer at midnight,   North
Vancoaver  u-am coaaiatad  ot
the- lollowing:
A. lv Kealv
II. I.. .McPherson
G. Pethwki
K. Dickson
1;. .1. il. Cardiaall
F. Pits-Herbert
li. S. Bayliai '
K. G. Ward
P. tt. liayliss
II. Swayne
s. Hampanyi
Hoard ol   I rn<lc
5, Except as hereinafter stated all voting shall be; by ballot.
h. Bach voter shall vote fur
as many delegates as can be e-1-
Mted du tlie ballot then being
taken, aiid any ballot having
more or less than the required
number ol names, shall ba declared a spoiled ballot.
j, The representation to tlic
convention shall be ai follows:
North Vancouver 20 delegates,
4 allcrnates;   Squamish 4 dele-
ancou- piU's. ■ alu'r;,iiU'. 1,;,mr,;rs <u-
ver then added two, the lirst by &_** J JS"*™1*! , U'",tr,al
s Humphreys from 1 splendid 1>ark "A Collingwood 8 dele-
centre bj n. Swayne, aad the l*""i ' "»•»■*■! ^'"ll> v-"'
second bj 8, G Ward, after 1 umvc'r; *•"»" ' *elegatai, '
lorward ruah, 11,.11-tin.e icon, _**_• *_, *• * f1"**4" '
\. V .' Vi. tori. , Soon after ;• _*-**> WilV' 5' ' AAv*»lv*' '
the interval Victoria evened the alternate; D, 1,,472, 1delegates
1 alternate; Richmond l.e-ntiv B
Tlu' M, V. hoekej ilub wenl
in Victoria by the Princeai Victoril tm Thanksgiving day, and
alter one ol the lasteat and
most exciting games ever play-
■——: eii in this part ol the globe, retired defeated by loar goals to
MISS ALICE il.  ■•'li. 1:1)1: three,    Some 13 minutes  after
the bully nil, Victoril obtained
the firit goal a Ith .1 shot  that
onlv just managed to roll over
Sorth Vancouvir
W. J. BALMAIN
CIVIL   i*:.m.inki:i*i
e'u.iiati v *'irn'v.*r and Architect
NOBTH  ViNCOUVBK.
1. O. O..F.
North Vancouver Lodge, No
J,S, meets every Thursdny even
ing, corner Lonsdale avenue and
First street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting 'brethren cordially invited to
attend, Edwin Peara, N. G.
Thos. S. Nye, Kec.-sec.; J. H
Pillmg, Fib.-gate.
North Vancouver Board ol
Trade meets the thiid Tuesday
ol each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday of each month. D. G
Dick, President ; J. R. J. Uur
ray, Secretary.
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Lead Otesriaii Stomp ami Ko.-i
KlaatiiiK. Kilra rare tn-ar hoiiirr.
All ilannnc. mail,* (oexl.
K \i i' 1  OTMSN1      IOIHC1
inH Ml.    W-aatt ,»f Lata,avt .lar
I'   (I.   II,.    II
A. J.
HOOD
li.l*   Aar
na    I.a,,',.,
KXI'M.I  WATCHMAUU
JMiH 1 EK,  BTC.
u«'.> li' ■   1: 1  '     ki Clewned   ami
li"|«ir,"l at moderate prist .-
All «i>rk |u.r.Dtiv<l
I iwi li
D.C, KJOTT, |-r.*|,ri-t„r
.1 lull a,a,^ ,.,,,,,,l,tr >tn I .
I        '■      f   e.,1... float 'imt tied,
1 11 -, iipi „i, imi,,/.
ra mi l» La .11 ;.
(ur. k' 1I1 R'nnl mid luiiiii lirinif
/'  -.    1,     \.,.'. Vaartmt
delegates, 1 alternates, Stcvis-
•illernate; ward 4, 4 delegates, 1
blast Burnaby 4 JekfatKS, i alternate; West Bumaliy ,\ dele-
gates, 1 alternate; IlasVngs
Townsite 4 delegates, I alginate; 1). I,. 301, 4 delegates, 1
alternate; Point Guy .; delegates, 1 alternate.
8. All nominations (or elelo-
gates shall be made belore any
ballot or vote is laken, and the
allernales shall also be elected
from said nominees, unless there
should not be sufficient nominations.
y. The rcquisiU- number of
nominees   receiving   the highest
number ol votes shall be declared elected as delegate, provitloel
that on the lirst ballot no 110111-
'inee shall be elected as delegate
who has not also a majority of
the total vote cast, ami provided that on the second ballot only a sullicient number of nominees shall be voted for to complete the said list of delegates.
10. I'nless the primary shall
bv majority vote by show ol
hands determine to have anolli
The material lm the gates a- er ballot to select the alternates
cron the C. P. K. tracks has the necessary number ol persons
been shipped, according to in- receiving, on the last ballot for
lormation given Uavor .May byjdelafatea the highest number of
General Superintendent Busteed votes below the numbers rece-iv-
.nul tOOt) effort is being made ,.(1 by the elected delegates, shall
to git it on the ground,  when be declared the* alternates,   and
ilu gates will be installed with shall ba given certificate! mark-
the least possible delay.       The ed lirsl, .second, third, and so oil
tost oi iln gates in place will alternate ta accordance with the
In lutiuiii thru ami lour   hun- number  ol  voles they  have received respectively.
11. In the ease oi I tie   for
candidate al the ensuing election!
shall be made before any vote |
on the names of said candidates
is taken.
1 17. No nomination of any
candidate shall be received unless accompanied by ■ pledge in
writing from the candidate U>
the lollowing ellect:
"1 hereby declare my allegiance to and pledge my support   to   the    Conservative |
party,      and     furthermore
pledge myself to support the
nominee ol this convention
in every lawful way."
i,S.   All voting for candid,tics
as nominee   of  the  convention
shall be by ballot, antl the name
lirsl receiving lhe highest number ol votes and tlie majority of
the tie-legates present, shall   be-
declared the candidate nominated by the convention.
ii). The convention and prim
,11 us shall each be called lo order promptly at the time and
placi advertised in the Press.
20. The convention may a-
ineiid, repeal, or add to the .1
bove rules lor its guidance.
It, Any delegate to the 1011-
veiitioti whose name shall be
nominated as a candidate shall
retire front the convention before the ballots are cast and an
alternate shall take his place.
22. No speeches from nominees shall be heard in the convention prior to voting and all
speeches from movers and seconders of any nomination shall
be as short as practicable.
the election for delegate or al
FOI  PRIMARIES AND CON- ternatt'* u,y »»—MJ -kctaion
VENTION   ADOPTED   \T   s netweea the names who have
II
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tm -t n tiffin Banl .ui Bei Hi
•em.   IUpaMa| >i, iii 11.  •
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MAN. ORDUUglsM pi ainpt attention
lor Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Cuatom Work   .   .   .
I* to TH08  0  MIIUS
PUis-ar Boot Maker
Loesd*l# Ave , opp   City Hall
BB»l«*ll^'BJUlU,iOTni'BBISll/8«
jfor Good Photos
na
Carbutt
'■ la,laaaa, 1. 11 Not 4 H.«,l*><*
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Prices rt-ason«h|-<
anuria quarsnleed |
■amiariiwwfniiafawiiww
UEETINU ni THE  EXECUTIVE HELD ON  Tin-;  und
OCTOBER, iyoy.
i.    The President or ta lus
abecBCS the Vicc-1'residcUl of the
local ilub shall call each Prim-
K)  in order, ud saul presi'
dini, viu-|iiisi(i,nt .md secretary shall ,1,1 as a iiimiiutlee
Oil the e-lialiliialiuiis ol anv person desiring to attend, take
part, or vole at the Primary ol
,u h district.
2.   Ann the priman is call-
d tu older and ane  dispute   is
settled as to the qualification ol
.my peraoaa deainag to attend,
iln primer) shall each elect ita
.tii 111.tn ami lecietan
J.     KO parSOU CU take part
"i mie in the primary unless
Hell person is a bun.i IhU* resitl-
nt in Lhe disiiiit in eehuh stub (Richmond Central Consorvative
piiin.itv Hinting is held. Association,  shall  be ex-olbcio
\. Those who have signed ihi 'a delegate to the convention and
lollowtaj declaration shall be (shall mil the convention to or-
cniitli'il in lake part m  eote la   der and shall appoint a COtnm.lt"
.ihiiii,iu shall be mi i,ilbil iii I tee oi three on credentials of ()••
niilii ol thi ii certificates.
am "i iln* primaries:
"I Iiiiilu declare nn allegi-
aaci   li> and  pledge 111)    *u|>
port  lo  ihi   Conservative
part)     l am n dai) qnaH--
ii"l vot« ol ilu* Richmond
Electoral District.ud reside
in 	
thus received U equal number
of votes may be given by show
of hands, decision ol chairman,
or by ballot, as may be decided
by a standing vote.
12. All tie-legates and alternates shall receive written credential! bv chairman and secretary
ol the various primaries, and no
one shall be admitted to said
convention without said credentials.
13. Both delegates and alternates shall be entitled to attend
the convention, but the alternates shall remain separate and
apart Irom the delegates and
shall not take part in the proceedings unless called upon to
take tllc place ol an absent tle-
lugale, when he shall have tbe
lull powers of a delegate.   Said
14. The   President   ol   the
hgalts and alternates.
15. The delegates with approved credentials shall elect
iln- iliairinaii of the convention
and determine uy matter left
undetermined by the committal
on credentials and anv other necessary business.
16. All   nominations  for   a
COAL
NEW WELLINGTON C0.1l
dirnft (rum the mine.
Place tout ordiara now ami
iwura your ainter'i nipple.
Larja shipim'tila "ill arnvf
in a lew 'lue*. I'riiT. ri||lil
Urgf -iippl, nf WOOD
ahiaia on hand    ....
P.   LARSON
Hotel North Vancouver
Telephone No. 2.
For Fall Planting
Hulln Iron- tin- lient BefSSMB and
Japan pSMfl
BSBM Rromi fruit ami iirn.iim'iilal
irw., grown on up-land «-iil evillnuit irrigation, in lhe mily part ,,l th,* An ,-n-
can continent ti"t infi-alnl ivtili the sun
Joie ae-ale.
Garden, IWdsSjd Hnai-rSi-edi,—ti>«t-
eel ptnrk   from   the lii-.t peMfl in tin-
world.
Win- Kenring ami Galea.
Spray I'ump., Ferlilizem, He* Sup-
plii-K, Cut Flowirn, Spraying Mate-null,
etc.
While Labor only.
Ni* 15" page Catalogue free.
M  I. HENRY
Onsaha*nei and SwUmum-a,
:10lfl We.tminiiler Read, VsMMNf ll.C
Ilram-li N'iir«i-rv:   Smiili VsseOBfse
3rd street, cur  Lonsdale ive
BLACKS.MITIIING
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK
( AKR1AGE WORK
KTC, ETC
Tool SrurprninK ■ specialty
An Exceptional Offer
One mn on Lonadtla AvantM for $1,500.    1800oath, balance fS6.00 par month.
Four years in which to pay for l;his.   You can make 100 per cent per annum.
iiniip
l'Li l/msdsli Avo.
lirRtirh
Oenw Qmh Bt,
•JACK LOUTET
REAL ESTATE
OSlI Phone 4
liritnrli
s7
When this mark is on
the outside of a paint-
can, be sure that what's
inside is the paint it
will pay you best to put
inside or outside of any
building. It's yout
warranty of real paint value—because it means
paint permanence.   Trust it~you're surely safe.
IN TINS mill nvt TO GALLON
Made lo 40 ahadri (or every paint nve
by Imperial Varuivh & Color Co.. Toronto
6*
North Vancouver Hardware
Company
•LOCAL  A.OKNTJ
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SHAW'S
PIONEER DRY GOODS,
Gent' Furnishing and Fancy
Store.  Lor. 2nd & Lonsdale
KHTAIII.IKII-'.D l,i„n
We are offering thc followiag ,it coal price:
Silk shirt eeaists worth Is "iir priu- $2.ejei
A isplt'liilid line til hulii-s' nnilerweai. all wnnl   and
lli'e'e-e- lilli'il       1-3 oil
I'laiiiie'lle-tte- Mtirth u'.e'. Ior   Toe
Flaniie'lleiti' wnrth [fc Inr   Itjjc
Klaiiiii'llette- worth IOC fnr   15c
\\ia|i|)iletli' Irnin Ine- tn ise' |>e-r yard
Onr new  itock ol je-we-lery has arrived and is apeB
lor iiispe-etion.   Cheap,
Combs, (aniv eollars, handki-rehiils   and   belts   in
mat variety aad at prices thai will cottpart
lavorabh wiih Vaacoavei
DRKSSMAKINC. DK THR I'M RMISES.
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Artistic Di'sicii** Sound Workmanship
Modswtc Prices
LAW -A KNOWLKS
P.O. Box :
AlN IN.T.1TS   AMI    Hni.l'KUS
We Cun Dosipi nnd We C«n Build
A
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SN4PS
50 feot Lot on  Fifth Street
Clnw In l.i.n.il«ir An-nue. |HWl, one-
llnr.l ,*...li, Imltnre I mnl I'.'.
50-foot Lot Close to Lonsdale
Nearly tlettreil, f'.'.Vl.   »'*» omIi, Imline-e
llll per iiHUlli. im inti-ri-.t
Special Snap—Close to
Waterfront
1 1--.it. I lml clime to |ar.,|ii.«,*,l  hrnliie.
IM,   >1»H Mb, Imlinre it, 1:' mnl IH.
C. E. LAWSON
Ketl Estate Specialist 15 Lonsdsle Ave
Phone 70
PA LAP E
HOTEL
Kaiis :
tl.oo pri snd up.
Special rales lo lam
iltt -. and   to  regular
Ml.Ills .       .
REDA&ANDRUSS
SscoNn Stsfi.1,
NORTH   VANCOUVER, B. C.
MAY & BURNS
Real hitate and Financial Agents
Lot 16, Block 2a. I). I,. jy,v   Price J800.   5425 cash
llalniici- in h and 12 inoiiths
Lot  7,  Hlock H, I).  I,.   }-\, with   ,wn  liiiilii  linlisi-.
Price- Sli'iiu.    Iliill msh. ballilliT lo 2n inolllhs
in KM 111 I'.ipll, iim. Cl isl siili      Priu- $ 175".    Ont
third 1 ash, ImI.iiiu  i ami 2 years.
tlH aiKS - B.H  '1 I) I.  I046    Prur I3000     One-
third cash, balance ft, 12 and iS months '.'
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
The ollicial ligures show that
3i74(li55i persons passfcd the exposition gates during its 138
days. The gross income to date
amounts to $1,519,438. t4,whicli
will read a million and a hall
when all collections have been
made. Admission netted fl,-
096,475, the remainder coming
Irom concessions, revenues and
other rentals. After all debts
have been paid, at least a hundred (thousand dollars will be
lelt to apportion among the original stockholders, ln reviewing the success o( the exposition
the Post Intelligencer says: "As
a simple matter ol justice, it
ought to be said that the newspapers ol the state have helpud
lo make it a success; indeed, no
other single influence lias contributed more to the success  ol
BY-LAW
QQ ment to be executed by the May- repayable in forty years and the
OC* or and City Clerk, and the Cor- 'interest thereon at the rate   oi
porale Seal ol the City to be at- 'live per cent per annum.
teched thereto. U)    The Company shall pro-
(3) Authority is hereby vide annually the sum ol One
granted the Council of the said I Thousand Three Hundred and
City to assess and levy from 'Forty-Seven (.Jr.347) Dollars lor
time to time upon lhe whole ] the purpose of lorining a sink-
rateable properlv ol the muni- ing lund lor the payment uf the
cipality a sum sullicient to dis- 'said debentures and the sum oi
the debt or engagement
A BY-LAW to enable the Corporation of the City of Norlli
Vancouver   to  guarantee   tin-
payment of, ami the interest
on, debentures lo be issued by
the  Nortli   Vancouver   City
Ferries, Limited, to lhe e-xieiil
ol One Hundred ami 'liu-tily-
Eight   Thousand    (J»i28,oe*"_
llul bus and 111 ler est thereon.
WHEREAS the North Vancouver   City    Ferries   Limited
have represented to the Municipal Council ol the City ol North
Vancouver that the  said  Company propose to erect a permanent wharf,   lloat,   bridge   ned
... .. buildings al the southerly   end
the exposition thau the influence    , ,     b, ,    .    .,    ■    ._   ....
1 .,       . „■     .       , of Lonsdale Avenue 111 the City
of the intelligent   and  progrcs-    , ..   ,,   ,, *. r
■ , r   .,    ol North Vancouver, and biiiul-
sive newspaper  makers   of   the ■ ,,,    r ,,. '    ,    ,„,,   .
.   ,,    r r ings ou   the  Company s  whan
a   ' premises in the Ciiy of Vancou
;ver, and to expend ou the said
With the dosing of the A.-V.- wharl, lloat, bridge and build-
P. exposition, Washington stale ings approximately the sum of
university, on whose campus Uie Thirty-Five Thousand (fjJtOtaij
lair was held, becomes a large Dollars, and also to build a ." w
beneficiary. The board ol ie- and modern Ferry Steamer with
gents inherit property valued at a steel hull and to expend ap-
>i,658,o88. 01 this amount, proximately Ninety-Three Thou-
J6oo,ooo represents permanent sand (JjAOtw) Dollars in so do-
buildings erected by the state ing, and have entered into an
and loaned to the fair; $1207,935 agreement with the City ol
is represented by semi-perm.-n- North Vancouver providing in-
ent buildings put up bv the Iter alia for the construction of
state now available Ior the uni-'such wharl, float, bridge, build*
versity and thc balance consists'ings and modern Ferry Stcam-
ol improvements to the ..ampiis er.
and structures put up by other |   AND WHEREAS il .s expwU-
charge _,^^^^^^^^^
hereby contracted or any part
or parts thereof.
(4) This By-law shall come
into ellect on the day
of November A. D. 1909.
This By-law may be cited for
all purposes as "The Ferry Improvements Aid By-law, 1909."
Passed by the Council on lite
Twentieth day of October, A, D.
1909.
Received   the   assent   of   the
Electors of the City  of   Norlh
Vancouver at an auction held
j lor the purpose on the
day ol November A. D. 1909.
Reconsidered 1 adopted and
linally passed by the Council,
signed by the Mayor and City
Clerk, and sealed with the Corporate Seal on the
day of November A. D. 1909.
SCHEDULE
Vancoaver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN t\ CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
interests which have been he-
queathed to thc university, lliis
makes the Seattle institution
one ol the best equipped iu ti.e
whole country.
Sui'liiilniiil i'Ji'i-loral District
NOTICE is hereby given  that
shall, on Monday", the 1st dav
ol November, 1909, at the hour
ol 10 o'clock in the lorenoon, at
the Citv Hall, North Vancouver, B. C, hold a Court ol Revision, Ior the purpose ol healing and determining any and all
objections to the retention of —-—^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
anv name or names on tlie Reg- |bentures to be issued by lie saul
ist'er ol Voters for the Richmond Company for an amount not ex-
Electoral District. jceeding One Hundred and ': -.-■■-
Dated   at   North   Vancouver, (ty-Kight   Thousand   ($128,000)
a-a-ll-—   .„   1..,,!,„ nl,    allrr     ilia:.
ent to grant aid   .0   l'u   said
company as requested;
THEREFORE lhe Mayor ..il.i
Aldermen of the Cil> of North
Vancouver in Coun ii assimbbd
(with the assent ol the electors
ol lhe said City duly ootaincd,
enact as lollows:
(I) It shall be lan Iul ior lb.-
Council ol the City oi North
Vancouver to enter into au
agreement with the N'o.'Ui Van
couver City Ferries Limited lithe terms of the Schedule annexed to and lorming pail 01
this By-law, by which ibe said
Company agree in consideration
of the City guarantee-leg payment of and the interesi on de
this 22nd day of September, 1909
THOMAS SHEPHERD
Registrar of Voters for the
Richmond Electoral District.
Imv Westminster Land Diiirid
District ol New Westminster
TAKE NOTICE that William   ... ^^^^^^^^^^
Robert  Stanley, of Vancouver, pany and giving a direct MM
Dollars to forthwith afu-r disposal of such debentures by uu-
Company, erect a permanent
wharl, lloat, bridge and buildings at the southerly end of
Lonsdale Avenue in the City ol
North Vancouver, and buildings
on the Company's wharl premises in the City ol Vancouver,
also build a new and modern
(erry steamer to Ik- used in connection with the lerry service
now being operated by the Coin
———————mm^m——————mm^m—i————————-
occupution, rancher, intends  to'of communication between   th
apply for permission to purchase City ol North  Vancouver   and
the  following   described   lands: the City ol Vancouver and other
320 acres more or less, commen-'secijons, and to expend an am-
cing at a post planted about 13 0unt of One Hundred and Tweti-
chains south of the south-east jty-Eight   Thousand   (J128.000)
corner of lot 1239, thence south'Dollars in so doing.
80 chains, thence east 40 chains, j   (j)   u ,shttll be lawful for the
thence norih 80 chains,  thence!Mayor of the Citv and the Citv
west 40 chains more or less to Clerk on the execution  of  the
the point of commencement.      'sttid   agreement   by   the   saul
WM  ROBT STANLEY     ! North Vancouver City  Ferries
per WM.DAI.Z1EI DUKE I'im|Ul! to Pg_-m ll,c pa>
A-r-nt sjtsthi of and the
Agent
Dated August 24, 1909,     4 >3
Boy Wanted
To learn tbo printing trade.
•   Applv at
THIS OfWOK
_ fclc-rcst on the
debentures to Ir- issued bv the
said Company Ior an amount
not exeeiding One Hundred and
|Tweiitv-Eigltt Thousand (S128,-
000) Dollars, snid guarantee iu
I bc given hy way ol a separate
bond or guarantee or by endorsement on the debentures su
to be issued by the said Company, the said nond or endorse-
HERE
New enterprise on  Lonsdale  Avenue,
B*tw*ien 4th ind .Hh Street..
No.   443
The North Vancouver Piano Co. &
school or MUSIC
Will nil you hot Jinitriinienl wanted and teach JOS Imw lo play
tlitim.   Ltjii'a jour piano tuning orderi at iln. flaw
Cal* and mc ui.   Raay term* t-xttnnYil to you.
AU. (.onr* ANI) work OOaUUHBO
THIS AGREEMENT made in
duplicate the
day of in the
year of our Lord One Thousand
Nine Hundred and Nine.
BETWEEN
THE   NORTH   VANCOl'VER
CITY    FERRIES    LIMITED,
hereinaller   called   "The   Company" OF THE ONE PART:
AND
THE CITY OF NORTH VANCOUVER,    hercinalter    called
"The City" OF THE OTHER
l'ART:
WHEREAS the Company is
incorporated under the "Companies Acl 1897" Ior the purpose ol carrying on inter alia
the operation ol a Ierry service
giving direct means ol communication between the Ciiy ol
North Vancouver and the City
of Vancouver and other sections
AND WHEREAS the Company is desirous ol improving
the said Ierry service by creeling a permanent wharl, lloat,
bridge and buildings al the
southerly end ol Lonsdale Avenue in the City oi Nortli Vancouver, and buildings on thu
Company's whari premises in
the City ol Vancouver, also by
building a new and modern Ferry Steamer with a steel hull,
and Ior that purpose it is MM
sary Ior thu Company to borrow money;
AND WHEREAS lhe Company has requested lhe Council
of lhe City lo grant aid to the
satnl Company by guaranlceing
the payment oi and the interest
on debentures of tiie Compan*.
for au amount not exceeding
Oue Hundred and Twenty-Eight
Thousand (Ji28,000) Dollars lor
the purpose of enabling the
Company lo borrow the said
amount und construct the said
improvements, and the Council
ol the City have agreed lo submit a By-law to the Ratepayers
ol lhe City authorising the
[gratiting ol such aid lo the
I ompany by the Ciiy guaranteeing payment of and the interest
on the said debentures upon the
execution by the Company oi
the present Agreement
NOW THIS AGREE.MENT
WITNESSETH that in loitstd-
eralion ol the Cue guaranteeing payment ol and the interest
on the said debentures in manner hereinafter melitioiiid, tin
Company agree with the Cite 111
maimer   lollowing,   that   ii  to
say,
(I) The proceeds to lie realized by thc Company from I he-
sale ol thc said dchciitmcs shall
be used in lhe erection ol a permanent wharf, lloat, bridge and
buildings at the southerly end
of Lonsdale Avenue in thc Citv
of North Vancouver, and builii-
ings on thc Company's wharl
premises in thc City ol Vancouver, thc estimated cost ol the
same being approximately Thirty-Five Thousand ($3n,ooo| dollars, and in thc building nl a
new and modern Ferry steamer
with a steel hull to bit used in
connection with the Ierry service now being operated by the
Company between thc Cities ol
North Vaiiiuiiver and Vancouver, thc estimated cost whcreol
is approximately Ninety-Three
Thousand (S93.000) Dollars.
,2) The debentures to be issued by the Compiny are to.be
Six Thousand Four Hundred
($6,400) Dollars lor the payment ol the interest at the rate
aloresaid lo become due on such
debentures during the currency
thereol. The sinking lund shall
be placed lo a special account 111
a bank at North Vancouver, it
being understood however, thai
the siuking lund or auy part
thereol with the consent of the
City Council of North Vancou
ver may be invested in niari-
Igages or some other approved
of security.
(4) The Council ol the said
City shall in pursuance of the
powers vested in them by Statute guarantee the payment ol
and the interest ou debentures
of the Company to the extent
of Oue Hundred and Twentty-
Eight Thousand (f 128,000) Dollars and interest thereon and iu
the event of the revenues or pro-
tits irom the said ferry service
not being siitluient to provide in
any one year the above sums ol
J1347 and l>64oo, and the City is
required to provide such sums or
any part thereof, ihen thc Company will issue to the City lot
uid in respect of such sum or
sums as may bc provided by it
an equivalent amount of shares
in thc capital stock of the said
Company.
(5) The said debentures are
to be secured on all the property
and assets of the Company.
(b) Thc monies to be realized from lhe sale ol the said debentures shall be deposited to a
special account in a Bank al
North Vancouvei and shall be
used and applied only in and towards the erection of the said
permanent wharf, float, bridge
and buildings, and in the building of the said lerry steamer.
(7) The Company agree lo
begin the work of erecting the
said permanent wharf, float,
bridge and buildings, and thc
building ol the said Ierry steamer forthwith after thc disposal
ol the said debentures.
(9) Thc Company agree to
pay all expenses legal and otherwise incurred by the City in
connection with this matter tn-
luding the submission of Unnecessary By-law to the ratepayers ol the City,
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the
parties hereto have hereunto set
their hands and seals thc day,
month and year first above
written.
319 Pender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
ARCHITECTS
E.STANLEY MITTON.M.l.C.A
ARCHITECT
619 Hutinfi Street Weit,
VANCOUVER, B.
MUSIC
Prof. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vincouver Opera House-
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Hall, Cor.
Robson and  Granville  Streets.
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
Phone 463
U. W. WA1TT & CO., LTD.
558 Granville Street
Piinoi — Talking Marhinei -
Music Goods
The oldest music house in B. C
AUCTIONEERS
A. M. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
66 Hastings slreel west
11 thi oily auctioneer who will
pay ipot cash before the iall 11
conducted
BARRISTERS
MR H. A..POWELL
is open M riTi'ilr pupils tor
instruction 00 tin Violin,
'Cello .and Contra Bass.
Very painstaking with child.
11 n.     Musii 1 ip'u il tnaili.
'I'lbiin llall,    Corner Hutin-
.mil Iiunii r Slu ' is
l'lione L4200.
LACIES' HAIRDR!    SINC.
F. C. SAUNDERS	
Barriitir, Solicitor, Notary
Public. Member of the bars
ol Britiih Columbia and (Juc-
bee. Room 9 Empire Building, 603 Hastings it. west.
Vincouver, B.C.    Phone 4166
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Bamiieri, Solicitor!, etc.
Roomi 104-105 Crown Building,
61$ Pender Street
Phoni 996
S. D. Sehalti        C. S. Arnold
MADAME  HUMl'IIKI'.Ys _a jum
rei'iiveil 11 larjiu .eln-tli'ii "( Muir Gi.nl-.
■•teiiciieii ol thi lien 'iniiiili ndloww
lirict-a. Cull mnl m.|>iri il yuu in in
need i'l one'. Too**""**, \\ i^s, Tran.-I'T-
matiiuiK inaile liy II ,*>.■■, rl on the
almrti'iit iiiiliae. Fur IM ami laili.l
imu nui ihni*; enn ixii I Mary T.liolil-
limit's Iinir rim*inl. ♦! 'K* |-er bulili*.
Ulh dying md bUJchlii**, IiHiIbmm*.
-ape,   nip   lr,*:illiii*lal   for    Lulus ami
,11*1.11. ini'ii      Sliani|M.nnu mul niiiiiiiiir*
ui):,   elt-etri'liMa   lor   llu* removal 1.1
iil'iirllu'in. hair ail
MADAME HUMPHREY!
6SM lirniivilli* Mr, el
BATH;
OPTICIANS
Kallethe's Bath
Coner Homir aad Pender Su.
The only up-to-date ud reliable hath kouM in Britiih Co-
lambia-
Wi cure when othen (ail.
Sitilfictioa guaranteed or ao
pay. Plain hatha, electric hatha,
shower baths, manage for body, Kalp aad (ace; electro therapeutic bathi 1 ipccialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Griduite of Berlin, Germaay
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Optician
All work guaranteed
Consultation free
49 Haitiagi itreet west
Opp. Cameraphone iheulic
r-HOTOGRAPHcRS
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The Corporate Seal
of the North Van-
euttvi-r City Ferriii
I.iiniteil, was hereunto allixed in the presence of:
The Corporate Seal
pj the City o( North
Vancouver was hereunto allixed in the
presence ol:
Take Notice
MARTEL'S  STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHERS -
121 Hailing! Slreet West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
The best equipped studio on lhe
coait. l'lione 322b
■ USINEIS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hasting! St. W.
■ ntadi • Gr.iL.i W-MUrn School
I
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIO
Family Group SpecialisU
Cabinet size, >3 per dozen
Cor. Carrall and Cordova sts.
A. SAVARD, Proprietor
PICTURE FRAMING
PICTURE FRAMING
We have lhe largest stock   ol
moulding! in B.C.lo select irom
J. Sprott, B.A., - - Manger go when you wanl framing done
____—————_——————.. -1 chiap and well get our prices.
BAILEY BR05* CO. LTD..
540 Granville and 138 Cordova
Ha
PITMAN'S
Businesft College
632 Seymour it., Vancouver
Day ichool open all the year
round.    Night Khool commences September 8th.
CHIROPRACTIC
REAL E1TATE
IAK1-; NOTICE that the a-
bove is a true copy ol the proposed By-law upon which the
vole ol thc Electors oi the Municipality ol the City of North
Vancouver will he laken on
Wednesday, the 3rd day ol November, 1909, at the City Hall,
Norlh Vancouver, H. C., between lhe hours ol nine o'cluck
a.m., and seven o'clock put.
THOMAS SHEl'HKKl)
City Clerk
1 liii,a|ar.,lir ta il,. onr ni.tbot ftblt \u 1«
a*»i#»,v! rtaioT. Hit rm*. „Ht.fiM. S»ni.
*f>* lu p*an ul i„.aM|, .. • lalraaLr.'lit llir
•til. ■ hlnapr-.- „r Ha v.,,rf,t,..r li Ofnrft
Laval, li.c. (ihit„r ul 1 bln-pm m I. ir.'lu.tr
I'.lm.larlitxil oil lilr„|*f.rll,*, I-.vt-nU"rl. I„w.
OBIc., Isatm In. I utlllni'uM taliM-1, HI* KnUoti
•ere-ii, l'l,.,i» I.-"** irur. 1 in 1 1 on.ulu
'.lun ai, I < .."aaiitllotl Ira*
Keep your eyi oa
EAST  VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particulari apply to
MORDEN & THORNTON
Phone 8ij     440 Homer Strut
DETECTIVf AGBNCII3 	
PUBLIC NOTICE is hrtcb-
given that the vote ol the Ehei-
ors ol the City ol North Vancouver will be taken on Wednesday, the 3rd day ol November,
le-iie}, between thc hours ol nine
o'clock a nt and seven o'clock
pin, on the "Ferry Improvements Aid By-law, lejoq" nnd
that within the City Hall.North
Vancouver, B. C, ind that
Thomas Shepherd has been appointed Returning Olhcer, to
take the vote ol such Kin tors.
with tiie usual powers in that
behall.
BY ORDER of the Council.
WM. H. MAY,
Miyor
THOMAS SHEPHERD
CltyCleA|
Canadian Detective Bureau:—
Officei everywhere
Vanroiw-r Offlrr       .11 Kmi'ire Bl'-rk
'HU llaalliiK. it nnt. Phnni- 2216
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
Yorkshire Guaraoko k
Securities lorbur.itioii lid
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSIKAM-E
R. Kerr Houlgite - - • Manager
UYIINO AND CLEANING
I'KKTH DYE WORKS
Anderson & Hilton, Proprietors
Dyeing, Cleaning, Pressing
Ladies' dressei, silks,   Ucei   1
specialty
SALE & BREWITT
Agents, Norlh Vancouver
OROCtRS
RESTAURANTS
All North Vancouver people
eat at
LEONARD'S
Either Flack Block or Hasting! itreet, opposite the nrw
Post Office. Leonard sella hii
tei by tbe pound.
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Grectrm aad Proviiioai
Wholesale and Retail
ll6 Haling! St 1 downturn
Dalivary Tiwdayi aad Fridayi
WATCMMAKEHS
English  practical  walcht-uakir;
Established 1889
Specialty,   repairing
WOODBOOFE,
31J Carrall Street ' I
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Concluded Irmn page one
ing to build new  wharl,  whal
wuuld   thee   do   with   the   St
George.' as the   wli,til   suitable
for a paddle iteamer would  be
too wide lot her.
The gentleman who is design
ing the plans ol the propose*!
lerry is i Ur, \\. Trint, who has
designed and superintended thc
construction oi steel, Iron, wood
and composite vessels lor man)
yean, both In tlu* old Connti •*
and m Muiitieal. Toronto, tjiu*
In*., .unl Owen Sound, somi m
the C, P* K lake sti, men be
tag liis design, li llr, I outel
is as will posted in reai estate
In uii,null ,\uulil !,.■ ,; lettable
man li* dial M ith
Ue* \eunilei what lu* in 'ins be
jjieiun fllU.ouu i,.i.,,ii(i'tio-i,ille
in a ten nun.'
The condition is to build
wharves .unl .1 ferry,  and  lhc
elte  has all auditor wl'.ose tiute
is to see thai the expenditures
aie* correct, No matter wheth*
11 ihe preient board oi dirctou
oi anothei mie ls appuuilii!, the
work ol construction .an be carried oil. lie smile eloes nol
think that the* directors eeill
have the money at their iuiiiie.li*
ale disposal,   ami   will   use   it
lor election purposes, I take* it
that, the present directon wen
elected became ihey had the
confidence oi the electon, and 1
submit lhat 11 is unfair to eaat
in)  aspersions on their ability
llow,  unless then is some   evidence to prove 11.
It scellls   that   he    does    not
question   their   Intentions,   he
might      have      be-ill      geliel oils
enough io Luve lelt it at tliat,
allil as lar as their experience! is
concernttd, his ow 11 letter does
not show that he has very moch
himsell.
The lerry compan] had oilers
from Iwo or more ilille-reiil
sources io design the ferry oil
the usual five pel   edit eollllills
sion basis, bui they decided ihat
as Mr. McNair and Mr. IK aid
had bieit sent to Imd out what
Was w,mini, it wa.s better lllal
line  should cinplo)   their   own
designer who conld incorporate
the ideas which Mr Me Nan and
Mr. Heard had been able lo ,u
qiiiie, thus they would get just
what was needed and do so at
m*i\  much  less expense   lo   the
ratepayen,
A. WALLACE '
ilu production that made
Nnith Vancouver lamona, Charlie's Aunt on Nov.  17 and 18.
The instruments lor tlu- North
Vancouver bran band arrived
usUiilav, and practices will
begin at once, There arc still
.1 uw subscriptions outstanding
winch the committal would be
grateful 10 receive at an early
date.
.lohn Frederick, the Infant son
ol Mr. and Mrs. .luhb, ol this
iit\ passed away on Saturday
last. The funeral was held
from Messrs. llarion's parlors,
in Vancoaver, Ki-v. A. II. Sovereign officiating.
Pioneer
Bakery^
S. H. Walker,  •   Proprietor
Fresh Bread dailv delivered
lo all pans ol the citv.
ib loaves for <i
4 for 25 cents.
TRY OUR MILK READ
UK.II GRADECAKB
PASTRY, ETC.
PIONEER BAKERY
PHONI 8        71 Lonsdale Ave
Dissolution of hirtDrrship
Messrs Alexander & Macnaghten beg to announce that owing
lo Mr. Uaamghtea'l having received an appointment at the
ltcGill University College of
B. C, the partnership now existing between them will be dissolved from and after November
1st, 1909.
NEW WINTER BLANKETS
Dont tail to see our wool and cotton blankets. This season we
tre in a position to offer the best velues on the Pacific coast having placed our order lor these goods with the manufacturer early
lasl spring when wool was at its lowest. We would draw your
special attention to our pure, tine, all wool blanket at £i per pound
Fine white wool blauketn, |>«r pair, f; * '
Mb white .mail Maui kali, per pair  4.-5
'■Hi while »anal blanked, per pair    5.00
"lb white wool blankets, per pair  li.lH)
71b pun- all wool, line large US, per pair,  7.00
Sib pure-all wnol, line large «i/.r, per fill  8 00
V, bite ami gn-y llannallctle lilmiUti, heavy weight, all prieel
Mtwdlsi i" eras
Two good dining extension tablet as good as new,   inn
used as displae counters loi   one vear, eeist Jlo each.   Sale-
price each      $5
J. J. McALEECE
Cleared  Lots
In Block 33A, D.L. 330
These lots sre sll oa graded streets.    Ia fiat neighborhood.
Close to park sad grand boulevard.     Water,  telephone,  rite
trie light.
Prices $600 to $700
UM   IfRH.S
KEITH BLOCK
LON.SDALK AVENUE
PHONE 93
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
Wu ■oliril a trial bid on your tinter, .mall or large
S. GINTZBURGER
•LIM1TED-
THE NORTH YANCOUVER SPECIALIST
103 Cordova MrerI, Vancouver, 5. C.
r. (). DOX SM.
ARC VOL GOING TO BUILD ?
Come to us for tho money and repay it
to suit yourself
BY MONTHY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVE \ LA RGB LIST OF CHOICE LOTS FOR SAI.K
ALEXANDER P. REILLY
OlfOtttO autl L'litniiiiaitei uf ft Auilrra'i Vhtrth
Teuelier  nf 1'iann,   Vneal  uml  Thenry
II dcirnl Punil. prrparrd for Ihi-
Tiara.tit** I'n'verntv F.ianiiiialiona
Si„ v.'.*,.- tu I""' ,s'"'- l'i'""' A'.'.w.f, Vtaemm
Alliums. 4(f i,„lf.„i, .-,„.,,,,. p),„,„ .V,,rfA I'aar.urrr
North Vanroneer, TuoiIuti i Frl.tsvo.   lMrri-nre: Rev.Mr. (Iillam
t^*f f >>M>l>f f lt>M»»»f »»f M»l»l»l«jl»»
ALEXANDER & MACNAGHTEN
RIAL  ESTATE   BROKERS
121 Lohftdale Avenue
(ALL AND SEK THE NEW
ASSORTMKNT OF
vSilverware
Given
Away
il    AS I'REMIUMSTO CASH PURCHASERS AT
McMillans
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WHO  CARRIES  YOUR  INSURANCE?
We are sole agents for
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd., of
London, England, whose assets exceed
$86,000,000
LYNN VALLEY
We hare some extra choice lots, 50x140.75,
within 100 yards of car line, with every
city facility.   Price $250 each.
$50 cash, balance $10 per month.
These are absolutely the best buys in this
charming valley.
HENRY   EVES <Q CO.
Tlir i M-niiini' North Vein timer Sptrialiill
67 IND 69 LONSDALE IVENUE. PHONE 6
North Vancouver.
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