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VOLUME 6.
NOKTIl VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, AUGUST I, 1908.
NUMBER tt
CITY COUNCIL
Aldermen May, Irwin, Crickmay, Wheeler, Smith and Braim
were in attendance at the city
council on Monday evening. Until the arrival ol Mayor Kealy, the
chair was occupied by Aid. Irwin.
A letter from Alexander & Towns-
ley, with reference to the defacing
of a concrete block display adjoining tlieir office, was laid over
lor future reference. RL Docherty wrote with reference to the
proposition made by the council,
that the society utilize a portion ol
Alexandra Gardens for growing
nursery stock for the public park.*,
statin); that the society had appointed a committee to cooler
with the council in the matter; letter to be acknowledged. From
A. Philip, C M. C, to the effect
the distiict council is taking steps
to secure the establishment of a
land registry office in the city, and
asking ro operation in forwarding
detitiou. Aldermen May and
Wheeler moved that Aldermen
Smith, Braim and Crickmay be a
iiiiinnitlee Ior the purpoie—carried. Ciiy Tieasurer Woods wrote
calling ail' noon to the fact that
the furnace at the city hall should
be put in satisfactory condition;
tab-lad for one week. An account
from 11. Anson, (or JI5, was relerred 10 tin water committee.
Reporisol committees were read
recommending pavment of ac*
counts as follows: Finance committee, f.biri.65; police I337.30;
school trustees, 5x355; board ol
works, $1554.31; tire and light,
J. 1 no,. 3ij;« ati 1 works,*.* 13.37; hoard
ol health, tn). These amounts
were ordered paid.
Aid. Irwin called attention to
Iba lact that certain numbers have
been affixed tn the stores in the
Horm Muck, which conflict with
the niiii ial numbering system of
the citv. Clerk 10 reipiest owner
to have nuniliers rectihed.
Aid Siniili directed the attention
ol the council to the very heavy
traffic al present conducted on the
pipe line roail near the intake; also
to the lact that in clearing the
boulevard on Queensbury avenue,
the contractors are dumping rock
on the pipe line. Chief of Police
and Foreman Peck to interview
the contractor.
Applications weie read as follows lor the position ol caretaker
at the intake: W. K. Lyon, Felix
Khm, John McAfee, J. If. Drown,
Wm. Oermyn, I. Kirkland, J. G.
Dwyer, Wm. Wright, F. Wright.
Having ascertained whom amongst
these applicants were property
holden, the council proceeded to
ballot, as the result of which J.
Kirkland was declared appointed
to the position.
Applications lor the position of
caretaker of the city hall were read
as follows: Ed. C. Perry, 16 j par
month; Henry Worth, $60; D. H.
Whitlow, tm. Mrs. Brimacombe,
fm, W. Grahame, fi*. D. A.
Kendall, fyo Upon ballot being
taken, Mrs. Brimacombe wai declared appointed.
Applications for the position of
plumbing inspector were then called lor. It wai asi eilanieil, however, that then wai no means ol
knowing bow many ol these applicant! had or had not plumbers'
certificates and the balloting was
therefore laid over lor one week,
when this information will be required in each caie.
The mayor relerred to the recent regrettable fire at Fernie and
suggested that the council make a
grant of $500 toward the rebel
Iniul Aid. May, as chairman ol
the finince committee, icquiesced
in the Miyor'i recommendation
and the grant wai accordingl;
made by the unanimous vote nl the
council. It was further decided
that a subscription lilt be opened
at the city hall and that the Mayor
will forward all amounts received.
The citizem are to be aiked to
meet on Thursday afternoon at
4 o'clock lo discuss further itepi,
and the ladies are to be requested
to arrange to canvas the city (or
clothing, etc., which may be forwarded to the city hall and will be
deposited in the former lire hall in
preparation forshipmcntlo Fernie.
Alderman Crickmay gave notice
ol motion re 1 by-law imposing restrictions in the matter ol the keep
ing ol cows within the city limits.
Alderman Irwin called attention
to the dangerous practice followed
by bicyclists of riding down Lonsdale avenue on Ihe sidewalk. A
motion was passed prohibiting
bicycle riding on the sidewalks
throughout the city, and the chief
of police was instructed to have
notices of warning to that effect
posted throughout the city.
Council proceeded with the read-
in;; of the scavenging by-law.
arrange, if possible, for an enter
laiiiiiieiii to be given in aid of the
fund. House to house canvassers
will be sent throughout the city
and will receive either money or
clothing. The depot for supplies
will be the city hall, whither all
donations are to be sent. It was
suggested that thc churches of the
city might take up special collections on Sunday next for the fund
Rev. J.D. Gillam was appointed a
committee to approach the respective pastors in this regard.
The Mayor was empowered to for
ward a telegram to Mayor T'uttle,
of Fernie, expressive of sympathy
and of the arrangements ior practical aid now progressing.
Principles of Selection
To thi EnnoR or Thk Expreis;
Sir,—The appointment of an
apprentice to the city engineer has
awakened speculation as to how
and on what hues such appoint
ments ate made. In England,
generally speaking, the heads ol
the engineering, electrical, and
law departments regard these appointments as a perquisite of their
office. This method has been
strongly criticized as barring out
from these positions intelligent
youths, who may he possessing
superior qualifications, because
their parents are unable to pay the
five hundred or thousand dollars
demanded as premium.
It is contended that such appointments should be in the hands
of the council, that they ihould be
the reward ol the diligent in the
schools of the district, thereby
emulating the amliitious and al-
lording an incentive to the acquirement of learning.
The council here have such appointment! in their hands, but
whether the results are better is
certainly an open question, ll
such appointments were made alter
examination of the educational fit-
Del* and intellectual capacity of
the Candidates, there would then
be no opening for suggestions that
such appointments are made not
on merit, but on what may bc humorously termed "The principle ol
natural affection." Youri, etc.,
Wn 1 um Knowi.ki
North Vancouver, Aug. 3.
Horticultural Association
Police Commissioners
The hoard of police commission
ers held their regular quarterly
meeting last evening. The report
of Chici of Police Davies shewed
45 complaints attended to, 53 constables' reports, three fires attended, 14 cases in the police court before his worship Mayor Kealy, 9
ol which were drunks. The report recommended the early enactment of the street regulations
and of the transient traders' bylaw. A letter was read (rom the
city council requesting the police
department to lake over the enforcement nl the pound bylaw.
Chief Davies could not see how
this could be done with the force
al present it his disposal. A motion was finally pined to the el
In 1 that the request of the council
In acceded to and that the chief tie
empowered to retain Geo. Prime
ai special constable, goaler, etc.,
at a L*alaiy of fOo per month. A
night fire alarm, similar to that in
the houses ol the numbers ol the
lire brigades, is lo be placed in the
police station. Thc order prohibiting the riding of bicycles on the
lidewilks of thc city ii to be rigidly enforced. The ule of cigarettes
j to minors is to be Hopped forth-
I with, and if there is no provincial
or federal statute to apply, 1 spec*
I ial byi iw will be pushed through
by the council.
Fernie Relief
The citizens' meeting, held yes*
terdav afternoon, to discuss measures for assisting the relief wotk
for the sufferer! Irom the fire at
Fernie, decided to proceed with a
systematic canvas ol thc city, for
money and clothing to bc forward
ed to the stricken city* A committee of control was appointed to
carry Ihe plan inlo eflect. The
committee ii composed ol the following: Aid Irwin, Councillor
Nye, J. J. Woods, Mrs. Phillippo,
Mn. Adams, (Lynn Creek); Mrs.
Fowler, and Mn. Gillam. The
committee  wai alio  requested to
The directors of the Horticultural Association have convened a
general meeting of the members
lor Tuesday evening next, at the
exhibition building. It is of great
importance that there be a large
attendance, as the directors have
several important propositions to
submit. The official notice asks
for lhe appniir ineni of an auxiliary
exhibition committee. If this is
necessary to assure a successful
exhibition on September 5th, by
all nie.ns let such a committee be
appointed. The prize list is out
anil ready lor distribution.
Some members of the board
think that they should have the
co-operation ol those who could
Iiest organize a series of musical
and dramatic entertainments for
the winter months, and they will
urge the appointment of .1.1 auxiliary committee for such work.
The hoard has lieen able to arrange with Miss Paulina Johnston,
the able Indian lady entertainer,
to give one ol her mirth provoking
lestivals in the hall on Tuesday,
the 25th inst. She will appear in
Indian cost..me.
(erection and will be put in place
by the workmen of the B.C. Electric Railway Co., through the
kindness of W. B. Bunbury, local
manager.
The alterations to the school
building are making excellent progress and will be completed in ample time for  thc autumn sessions.
Horticultural Concert
Fernie Relief Plans
The rebel couiniittee have arranged (or a dance to be held on
Tuesday evening next and for a
grand entertainment on Thursday
evening. Both (unctions will be
held 111 the horticultural hall. Tin
price of admission for the danct
will be one dollar for a gentleman,
or gentleman and lady, each additional lady fifty cents. The programme for the entertainment is
now in course of preparation ami
promises to he one of exceptiona
merit. Tickets for both fixtures
will be on sale at the following
places: City hall, McDowell's
drug store, J. A. St M. McMillan's,
A. R. Steacey's, Tenipleman &
Hickman's, and Bruce St Dodds.
I'he citizens are expected to turn
out en masse and fill the horti ill*
dual hall in token ol their practical sympathy for their fellow citizens, who have been overwhelmed
hy one ol the greatest disasters in
the history ol British Columbia.
The Capilano Tram Line
The District Council held 1
special meeting on Wednesday at
which a conference was held with
Messrs. T. W Glover, acting gen
eral manager, and W.B. Bunbury,
local manager of the B.C. Electric
Co. An agreement was reached
whereby the extension of the tram
line Iii the second canyon, I'apil*
ino, is assured hy next spring.
The extension ol the yueenslmrt
avenue line along the Lynn ( i* k
road was also discussed and is
practically assured in the not dis
tanlluture.
A survey party will be put in
the field next week to run prelim
inary lines to Capilano.
The council voted the sum of
,».'o.i toward the rebel fund for the
sufferers Irom the fire at Fernie.
School Board Meeting
The school hoard, at a special
meeting this week.*made the lol
Inning appointments: Miss Laird,
a recent arrival Irom Prince Edward Island, to be teacher of thc
fifth division of the Qiaaterfii Id
ave school; Misi Nora Philip,
daughter ol Alexander Philip, to
be teacher ol Moodyville school
Misi Philip holds an academic certificate and has just completed a
year at the normal school.
The flag pole is now reidy for
The concert held under the ans
pices of the Horticultural Society,
Tuesday evening, was but slimly
attended, while several of the performers failed to put in an appearance. Alexander Smith acted as
i li* 11111,111 and under his guidance
the following programme was rendered: Piano solo, Miss Stevens;
recitation, Miss Mitchell; song,
Miss Cameron; violin selection,
Miss Taylor, accompanied by Miss
Stevens; dialogue, "Sir Peter and
Lady Teezel," Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson; song, P. Stevens; comedy sketch, Mr. Butler and company; song, C. E. Sniitheringale;
National Anthem, A number of
encores were called for, testifying
the appreciation ol the audience.
An impromptu dance terminated
the pioceeilings.
Sl'SI'KNslU*.   Bklln.K
Near which the new tram line
will run.
Hotel in Lynn Valley
To THE ElUIOK OK Tilt EXPI'ESS:
Sir,—Lynn valley has always
heen known as a place where parents could send their children for a
day's outing, knowing lhat there
was nothing to harm or demoralize. Now, we understand, that
application is, or will bc, made for
a hotel, 'villi liquor in connection.
Wc trust that the good sense ol
the residents In the valley will oppose any such license, and ihow
the applicant that we wish to keep
l.ynn valley clear of saloons, (or
110 matter how so-called decent
they may be imagined, they lead
down.    Yours truly.
A. McNair
August 6.
Gazette Announcements
In the last issue ol the B. C.
Gazette, Thomas Alexander Martin is appointed a commissioner (or
taking affidavits under the provincial elections Id.
Donald Cameron,engineer,gives
notice ol application to purchase
(140 acres ol laml at the mouth of
Cape Ball river, on Graham island
|ack Loutet, real estate agent,
gives notice of application to purchase 3J0 acres cf land, situated
about two miles nortli of thc forks
on Oeanda river, Graham island.
Wm. Loutet, engineer, gives
notice of application to purchase
4H0 acres ol land on Ueanda river,
Graham island.
Treed by a Be*r
Ol late bean have frequently
In ni seen in Lynn Valley and ad
jacent woods. While generally
quick enough to get out ol a man's
way, there always is the exception.
Last Saturday evening the honk
keeper of the Lynn Valley Lumber Co. was uii't by a she l>. .11
with two cubs, which forced him
In rlniili a tlee ami remain in that
nm "inlnital'li position till daylight, when Mrs. Bruin departed
Everybody in the valley now endeavors to get home before dark.
LOCAL NEWS
The school trustees are asking
tenders for a supply of wood.
There are at present three patients in the North Vancouver hospital.
Lord PalaMMh and party went
up to Capilano last week and were
guests at Hotel Capilano during
their stay.
Advertisers must positively have
tlieir copy for changes in to this
office by Wednesday afternoon of
each week.
Positively no communication
will be inserted in this paper, unless over the signature of the writer thereof.
John Fay, formerly of Kansas
City and later of Vancouver, has
taken charge of the barter shop at
the Palace Hotel.
Mrs. W. C. Gribble is prepared
to do all kinds of plain sewing and
mending at her residence, 6th S*.,
between Lonsdale and Chesterfield
STRAYED—Englishsettet dog.
White body, marked ears and one
eye: collar with piece of rope attached. Return to the fire hall.
Reward.
F'raser Keith, representing the
Concrete Engineering St Construction Co., Vancouver, wis here this
week, making arrangements lor
future business.
Chief Joe Capilano was taken to
St. Paul's hospital, Vancouver,
yesterday, suffering from a hroki 11
leg, caused by being thrown and
kicked by his horse.
A apecial collection in aid of the
suld rers in the fire at Fernie was
taken in the Methodist church on
Sunday evening last, and the proceeds have gone forward.
Secretary A. P. May, of the
North Vancouver Brewing Co., is
calling for tenders for clearing the
site for the brewery on Mac Kay
Crece. See ad. in another column.
M. B. Martinson, sr., has rented
one of Capt. l'ybus' cottages, on
First street east, in preparation for
thc arrival of his family from tin
Okanagan, who are expected tomorrow.
Sir C. II and Lady Tupper, registered at Hotel Capilano last week
intending to remain a day or so,
but are sn delighted with the surroundings that they are remaining
for a more attended holiday.
A party of ten American capital
ists went up to the Capilano hotel
on Tuesday. They own extensive
timber limits on this side of Burrard Inlet and are inspecting with
a view to constructing a logging
railroad.
At St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church on Sunday, a special baptismal service will bc held in connection with the morning service
Special collections will he taken at
both services in aid ol the rebel
bind lor Fernie.
Reeve W.ll. May was lhe original purchaser from the crown of
the Capilano acreage reientlj
bought by I'. Larson auhe second
canyon. lt is said to alioul iln
choicest location along the canton
lor a tourist hotel and summer resort.
The Hastings shingle null, this
week siari, il their lamp at Rice
Lake wilh a lull stall of men It
was thought that there was a sufficient supply ol bolts for the season, bul the demand is brisk and
renewed activity ol the camps il
imperative.
The annual tin 1 ting of the North
Vancouver Football Club was held
Tuesday evening, when organiza
tion lor the season waa perb 1 led
A. II. Scriven was elected president, Walter Owen vice, T. Slu p-
hcrd secretary. Jack Loutet trea
surer, ami 11   Mi I'herson captain.
Local members ol the I.O.O.F.
are much encouraged because ol
the prtfrotl being made towird
forming ,1 lodgl in this ciiy. A
meeting was In l.l last evening, at
wlm h sulislaiili.il advances w,i,
made, and t'.en it even piie.pci 1
ol the inanimation oi a strong
lodge.
The executive committee of the
board of trade held a meeting on
Tuesday evening. The establishment of a land registry, office in the
city was discussed and J. G. Dick,
HR. Heffell and J. R.J. Murray
were appointed a committee to cooperate with committees of the
city and the district councils in the
matter.
A general meeting of members
of the young people's tennis court
will be held on the court, 6th
street, next Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock. Business, election ol office bearers. Some fast and interesting games were played on the
court during the past week, and
numerous matches will be played
next week.
R. Mattinson, one of the employees of Iha Wright-Diplock
mill, met with a bad accident on
Monday. By some means his foot
caught in the belt of the little
planer and was wrapped round the
pulley, breaking both bones. He
was conveyed to the North Vancouver hospital and is making good
progress toward recovery.
G. McMillan, one of the new
proprietors of the Pioneer hardware store here, was tendered a
pleasant surprise on Friday even-
ing by the employee! ol hii old
firm, McLennan * McFeely. Ha
was presented with a gold locket,
diamond set, and suitably inscribed, thc presentation baing a token
ol respect and appreciation.
The Wallace Shipyards Co. are
building a pile driver on the local
yards lor the C.P.R. The Shipyards Co. are proceeding with
improvements to their local plant,
from time to time, and will continue this policy in Ihe future,
having dehnitely decided upon the
construction ol marine ways, on
their valuable waterfront property
in this city.
Guests at the Hotel Capilano,
W. A. Mi Iv 0 . Vancouver; Min
MtRae, Toronto; CF. Oke, MP.,
and wife, Morden, Man.; T. N.
Smith and wife, W. Risk Burr,
Miss M. Johnstone, Mill A. MeLeod, New Westmin!ter; Mn, T.
J Roberts, Mrs. DA. Aubin, Vincouver; A. M. C. Saunders, England; Hon. C. H. and Lidy Tupper, Master Victor Tupper, Vancouver.
The position of affairs relative
to an arrangement between the
ferry company on the one hand
and the city and district councili
on the other, remain! practically
where it waa when negotiation!
started. Severil schemes hive
heen proposed ind discussed, but
they bave all failed to survive.
The project hi! not yet been abandoned and it ii still hoped thit
some tangible result may  accrue.
Messrs. Faulkner and Paterson,
ol Vancouver, representing the
British Canadian Wood Pulp and
Paper Co., weieinconlerencewith
the city council last evening, relative to the propoied gat (rinchite.
Certiin preliminaries were dupos-
ed of and the compiny will tend
over • surveyor to run the linei
and to estimate the number ol
milei ol pipe (hit will be required
to be laid, together with (he coil.
II G. (.'nni, for two yean manager of the ierry company, haa resigned hii poiition. Before levering hit connection, tht compiny
presented him with 1 testimonill
as lo his pan service. Thomas
Heard, who hai been chiel engineer lor the compiny. is now nun
ager, ind under hit able control
the ierry alfiiri have lieen system-
atized, and the finishing touchei
plai 1 'I upon tha varioui improvements at cither landing.
Misi Alice M. Philip, who recently returned to this city ind is
slopping with her parents, Alexin-
drr and Mn. Philip, 2nd itreet,
wis the recipient of a very complimentary address prior to leaving
Port Ellington, where she hid
been in charge ol the school for
three fOUS I In addresi wai ic-
compinird by 1 gold watch, a cul
(lm vase, and a purse ol gold,the
whole constituting a very high testimonial tn the universal esteem in
wlm h she was held. Misi Philip
"t intend to return north,bnt
will probably take a school netrar
home. the tmsM, mm umwn,». c.
THK EXPRESS
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Vancouver within a radius of u
blocks ol iln' "Hn''* AH outiide
tins diitrii i ii placed in the post
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[he rei ni Iran ill 1 ol ile entin
nmi. sis .it (In* \. \V. .>*: V. Ki. at
Vancouvi 1 an 1 at Ne« Weitmin
Her, i" the 11 N R., < oupled with
th, ,n tion ' I 11 Dominion Gov-
ciiima m in granting lubaidiei loi
tin bridg' 11 th' Second Nan v.
and lur llu* 11 0 miles ul railwaj
i an.nd Fort George, hai1 n iti ■! .1
well defim *11 i.m Inaion in thi pub-
lie nun.', thai ■■■ * .in- mi iii' eve ul
developmi nts as
to rail "ii li*'   Nmili
ihore ol Burrard lul't.
An intervil « kindlj accordi d iln
Bxpri 1 Mi A. E. Woodi, um
ol thi In ton ul tin- Y. VV, A Y
Rj , nab!   ground tn
conclude that tin liiiim lions which
tin* pai!.in .11 im lined to draw,
an* iy,     Whatever re
thi \. \Y. \ if, Ry, may
sustain with any other traii-cun-
tineni i       i"i-iti\'*!\ ,1-
■erted  ii* ti       G. N, R, h.i*- no
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rights .ai ! V.W. & \ on tin
north lidi I Bun ' 1 Tin
lubaidiei hat in 1* d n movi d .1
bar to progn   1 although tin \ wi re
nni w   ■ "I bi en in tii 1p.1t
■ il, .is :t had 1"   :i   hopi '1 that iln
bridge iub   I 150,000
ami the railwaj   gi 11 1 would  11
tend up to 5un mid       11
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probability indui rnnient
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that tin* V.W. •** *i   ■
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tin* e\i. ption' 1 '•
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have 'VI II 1(1
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making uf a greal manufacturing,
inaliisin.il ami commercial centre
and ocean port heme the desirability that representative bodies be
fully above tha situation anil alert
to make the most oi every opportunity that olli is.
Irrigation Convention.
An event uf considerable moment to tha agricultural districts
aal tin province will transpire at
Vi inun nexl week, when lhe annual convention ol the Western
Canada Irrigation Ann will be
lull I he i onvention begin on
.md endi Saturday next.
1:, pi . *i.uiiiiie eompriiei 1 ark 1
ul paperi and diicuiiiom on mat-
'* 1 * |n rtaining to irrigation and
loraat preiervition, aad ^will
loubtlen ia suit in saiiui important n tolutioni, Si ia ml nips of
impi • inui [01 the di legatti have
In ■:: irranged, whi n thi) will ba
■ni n in opportunitj to obttrft
the 1 ii'U* nl irrigation in the
Spillumcheen, Okanagan and
Siiiiiik.inieen valhi*-. lhe con
vention often attractive induce
menis iu those eligible as delegate!
bub Ior business anil pleasure.
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LIFE AND HKI INSURANCE
NOTARY PUBLIC
REAL ESFAIE.
Dominion Subsidy
Proposed North Vanoouver
rerminui uf Qrand Trunk
Pacific,
Gallon ns nr write lm lull particular!,
\ii|U'I*: ll li.Tiliv niven. thnt || the
ii.-ii meeting ol Iha ward ni Mmm
r.iiiiiin-a.iiaii.Ts for tha IHatilel Mnnii-i-
rnlili ..I N.irlli Vaiieiiuier. I .hall up*
ll lml.'I license fnr tile nil. ..I
piritlliiim, li-riiii-til.il "r iillier li.pior.,
lur an holel ritnatadou Witrlet Lot M,
(troup 1 Va ier I'l-tri' 1. within Um
1 |.*nn-ii.   lni..\in in the Can*
n n \ ai-ii l',,iiniaite.
P. I.ARHON.
,iniv.:i, im
TO CONTRACTORS
11:M11 ItH nr.* imit.il until  Annual
inili. IMC lor tba dialing ol the-in-ni
ih,* Sorth Vancouver BrawinfCo I nl.
iilueli 1--iimiiisl i'ini lift Norlli d tha
■'.niiiern Boundary d Dtetrtd 1
11 North V.uiiiitiver. lit'.. .11 Sblui
1 t. .1.
-•.u.l nn* run. Ir.ini three |. ial. planted
11 the 1 u.l .1*1,* uf llir premise. In the
met added MacKaj Creek die eaal aad
I evi .
All miiiii,| linilii'r i. In lie innierti-'l
lulu curd wood,
The leant 01 any tender will unl ne*
ci-niirilr be leeeptad.
I 01 lull partii nl a ra. apply ...
\iiTiirn r. may.
-1*. rrt.iiv Sorth Vaiii-iiiiier Br. wing
1 ..   lil   RooiatI Iiaviirhnmlier.,
VIM'iil 'VKII, II.C.
shoes   -SHOES   SH0ES
Qat them from the Practical Blioemen who meddle with
no other trades.
Price* are Lower than Vancouver
and we stock ihoes lor every kind of weir, an inspection will prove it
All our goods are by makers who stand by them.     Agents for
Leckie Hoots,   McCready,    Minister, Myles,   The Williams,   The
Heresford,   Old Country   and  Tbc K Hoots.
JgJ, WOOD 6 SON   »»»%.•»,
.Yinl il nr tofitcacni'i Ur, rer\i Stun
Repairing    Hist of leather and workmanship.    COR. Lonsdale Se anil
lil U.l I.IU
it.niKKT KaMmna, i'r"p.
Full slm'k u( Fresh nntl Cured Mimta
uml Ki.h kejil. Aim Hairy I'rmhn'ia
ami Iri-h Vlgatlblal,
0RD8M DELIVERED to all purta
o( the villey.
G. E. JORGENSEN-
lull   iMIMa-f   Hat   II.  t.  llll   *MI(.f,o,
■|'ii"Sl 2*2*
K.llw.y., Brlilji*., Waltr P.iwer., Kallin.'.-.
Sii|a,*niilrii*li lii-i* ul I'nn.lriH-tloli. M.p.. T,.ii 11
111-, MniniK i'I.inu, Siib-l 11 vlatun*,etc.
.11 H.-lillK. SI. «.,   ■  •   VANCOUVU, B. I'
Dr. A. McKay Jordan
EYE  SPECIALIST
4. A. CROWSTON
BROKER
anii ROTARY PUBLIC
Is-.l'lt.Melt:   In .11 ll. I.rini'lii...
Mimm.      I'l.r.'l .11.1  lllll. llll. .
nana: Bari-MOat, *,--) t .na Fir.
Manager (ur the t'liniini'ri'iill
I'riileilive Sueielv.
Office:—Kl rut St., K. or hnnanm.
Com be consulted about Eye
Troubles at the old stand
034   Ila..I,na.   VI VancOUTar
PIOXIXK DRY- WHUKS STOKE
Cor. -inl and l.i'ii.ilale.
Evtrthing of tlie Rent and
Cheapest for Ladies and
Gentlemen.
See 11. Iielnre K.,11111 tn Yaneniiver Ui liny
wlmt i-an lie had in Nnrth Yanrniiver.
The Seymour Hotel
Pioneer Bakery
between Ksplanade & First St.
S. H. Walker,  •   Proprietor
Fresh Brend daily, 10
loaves for if 1; 4 for 25c.
Cuke, I'astry, etc.
Daily Delivery to All Parts ol City
I'iioni 8        71 Lonsdale Ave
forth Vancouvor Hardware
l'om|iaii). Ltd.
Garden Took
Ltiini Montn
Electrical Eixturts
I'l it 1 nb in ij
Paints and Oils
Rudders' Hurdunci
JOHN M.1NN1S, Prop.
located on Vi*mour Pipe  llnr.
quarter-mile from wharf.
This is a first class hotel,
and is now open to the
general public. Good
111.'nmunhnHui and
service guaranteed
Koad ronmctioiis Irom North
Vancouver lor Vehicles.
Bargains
In Pianos
This
Month
Wi kii niii tlui* ilatf
la  III
U8KD PIANOS AT ABO! T
HALF VALUES.
Sunn ,111 practically as good as
I ik'ii  in exchange for the
li' M Autonoiaa.
EASY TERMS
As wi   1 ml   to dear our lloots.
Di
When jrOO intend building
consult
fooi 01 Lonsaaie mi!.       Teieprvone u
LIST YOUR
PROPERTY
WIT'I IS KOK
QUICK SAl.t
A. SMITH & CO.
UNCI ION   BLOCK
NORTH VANCOIMR.
j. 1. mm\. m\m
Vi l.nNMlAI.K Avi
Itrnnrh Hfirr, l,„,iid«le Aie..t',iti. Pktmt
Ut, sn
llrii.l iifnr nnd Mill, /.vnll CM, «. ''.
COAL
COAL
New Wellington
nBur HfiiiiH mnai o*i &-* fm... t»..- _\\m
Place yiur nrdir- HOW iod
secure your winter's sit[i|>lv
Ltrgi ahipntatg will ar-
rive in a few days.
PUCKS HIGIIT
Ltffl itu|)]ily of Wood always mi hud.
MISSES'
SCHOOL SHOES      t__
I'or 11 thoroughly |Otxl, nliiilile neliool shoe
fe** glril ..in1 mi-nn an nre carrying a full line
Cttgoud ""liil  leather kIiih'n in hox call and
ilnni:**!* wlih common mum ton ami baali.
all aizta
From 8 to 10 $1.15
"   11 to   2  2.25
"    2 to   6  a.M
They Will Please You in Style and
Satisfy You in Wear.
PYKE'S SHOE MORE
516 Kutingi Struct
KMSFORD SMITH & CO.
AUCTIONEERS
FURNITURE
ACCOUNTANTS AUDITORS
GENERAL COMMISSION BROKERS
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
163 167 CORDOVA STREET, VANCOUVER and
Esplanade,  North Vancouver
July Bargains *
Until the enii ol July tie will lell nur stock nl
At a liin reilni'liiiii in |irii'e. Ainu (or all Btt~t
la.in,'iiii: we will alios n *|»iiial ilim-iinnl n( 1(1 |ier
rent, mi praimjit |i«'nieiil nn I'linipleliiin nl mark.
READY-MIXED PAINTS AI $1.25 1*1 K GALLON
Qoad Paint aad fleod Calm,   Owna early aad
get the Ik*->1 |iii'k, We llutimiil Work Only.
STONEY ^ CO.
Paint*™   tnd   Decorators
"They All Trade At Home"
n
Altliough paoplioome down the kill
it don't cay tliey go to Vancouver to
huv (iroccries.     Thev   Never   PlM
McMillans
J. w. BALMAIN
CIVIL   KNIilNKKK
Unantiliy Surveyor and Arehiti-ct
1'ninTii STarirr,''iiksik l.ns-inAU* Ava
SOKTH  VANOOl'VKK.
Diplock Wright
Lumber Co.
I7th Street, North Vancouver
Mm.. 30
I IMI II D
III   BaitiDf Str.*. t
• < / aranl Warn Venn
III HI li M'TICK ia licrvliy niven that
' in mii'i'lanumill the |.r..uai.nn ,,(
Ihr I'iii.In* Henltli llvUn, i.lll,* Iiu
al Naarlli V«iii..uver, the Mnnieipal
l I'linril have i-niilraitril with tlie Meili*
ml lle«lth IMIIivr to attend at I In* Cilv
llall, North Vaneimver, un llu* Kir.t
MiikIiii nl laeh imnilh, at the hnur nl
|j n'rliK'k Ul HM liirennnn, (nr lhe |inr-
|m»i'iil vari'inatilig at the iiihiiw ii(
Iln* rity,all |«»ir |»'r*in..an<l all otlirrr
,ii their uwii ei|H*iii».
The latlnr, mother, nr eenoa harini
Un* rare, niirliirp, or eii.li.li ,,l evrrjr
iliihl nn in On' i'ity, ahall, within
I lira-.* ii,,,iiiii. alter the hirth nl .mil
ihihl, take nr eaiiM* tn betake*, the
i liihl, In thr Madteal I'rai tilinner, in at*
leii'lanci' al lhe al.ivi' *|.|m.inia* I nlaie
|.*r llu* ~t~m "I l.iiiK vm rumli'l j nn-
leaa the ■ 1,1 lal haa I. en |irei imi.lv vai*i I-
i ii.l In ...ine leiially i|iialilii*il I'rarli*
Iminr. lad Iha vairinatioii ilnlv
M-rllHi-il
THUNA8 IHBPHBHD,
C'llllrrk.
North Veneoatrer, II.C,
Wh July, IWN. 31-tl
P.  LARSON
llnlrl North Vanronvrr
Telephone No 2.
Dimaniion Lumlier
Bliipbp
Wii.stii'.
SlilllglcH
lllttll
finishing LumbiT
et<-., etc.
Our prices are ri|*ht.    Let us give
you a fiRiirc on your
I.uniher hill.
W. NICHOLSONLAILEY
ARCHIIECT
I lilin--New  IhiiiiiiiKiin Bha-k,
I.i,n-,l.ile avenue.
laaUattHal work a a|ieoialty.
P.O. BoaM
North Vancouver, II. C.
Rolled Oats
Floor
Hai) and Teed
Seeds
ALL ORDERS
DELIVERED
NORTH VANCi.il VLK
Fine, healthy Tomato and
Cauliflower Plants, grown Irom
Siittnn'i Seeds, always on hand
the Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
Limited.
Lonsdale  Avenim,
at Ferry  Landing
Harry Mitchell, local manager. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Free School Books
The undertaking ol the provincial government to supply text
books free to pupils at the public
schools, entails a very large
amount of work and the creation
of a considerable amount of machinery. At the present time, the
corridors and passages under the
south block of the parliament
buildings are packed with boxes,
which contain forty-five tons of
books, and a small army of men
are hard at work sorting and ar
ranging these in pteparation (or
shipment throughout the province.
As a beginning, the government
intends to supply readers, arithmetics, copybooks and scribblers.
The trustees and teachers ol the
respective schools must ptepare a
riipiisitiun, showing the number ol
eaih kimlol hooks requiied. These
requisitions must be forwarded at
the beginning of lhe ter in and only
one requisition per term is allowed.
These n (positions are to call ,oi
only such ipi .unities as may reasonably he expected to be sulhi I-
ent lor the pupils lor the term for
which they ate intended, lt is es
11 mn ted that one exercise book and
two scribblers sliould, on the
average, be suhicienl lur each pupil of the junior grade. The trustees musl sign kii agreement to
provide suitable accommodation
for the books, and also um'e t ike
that the teachers will see thul the
books aie kept in proper condition. A report iiii the condition
of the bi'oks is to be Milunilted
once a war. l'mvision is nia-.lt-
(or the distinction ol unsanitary
books, foi which purpose medical
officers will call at the schools Irom
lime to lime and examine the
books. With each lirst requisition
the department sends along a large
Union J iik. Ibis is a splendid
flag, measuring lour aud one-half
leet by nine, eminently suited to
fly over the institutions iu which
the vuiill ul the pmvince is being
educated.
One hundred and fifty requisitions have already been received
by the education department. The
Nurlh Vancouver requisition was
forwarded some time ago.
Henry C. Wright, Diplock-Wright
sawmills.
The Palace Hotel
W I). Bunbury, Supt. I3.C*E* Ky.
Wm J. Irwin, member city council
|. J. Woods, city treasurer
Horticultural  Society and   Farmers' Institute
L. Redi
George Philips
John H. Selkirk
j. Lawson
Wm. J. Butler
Mrs  Mary Stoner
Percy King
Leon Nairn
Stanley Tyler, (Lachner,   a Bell
product).
Mrs. Margaret Simpson, (Lachner
a B dl product) music teacher.
Alex. Hill,  (Lachner,  I Bell pro
duct).
I). P. Henry,   (Rachner,   a Bell
product).
The above have purchased either
the Bell Pianos or Bell Autonolas,
the best plaver piano in the world.
We rider to theni. They will tell
you about our dealings, our methods, inu representations.
Buy a Bell, if vou can afford it.
Bell pianos will cost you a little
more money than some other
makes, hut it is because they cost
more lo make. They are worth
dollar we ask. We now have
some big bargains in some used
Bell Pianos, recently taken in exchange (or Autonolas. They can
can he bought (or H8.00 to $10.00
a month. Just as welcome whether
you buy or not.
MONTELIUS PIANO HOUSE,
439~44' Hastings Street.        Ltd.
The A. M. ROSS CO.
NORTH VANCOUVER'S FINEST BOOT
AND SHOE STORE, MEN'S FURNISHINGS, Etc,
Builders and
Two Important Questions
Are lhc Bell Pianos popular in
Norlh Vancouver?
Are you  willing   to   ask  your
Iriends, your neighbors,  your fellow cilizi ns, who know ?
His Wuisliip.   Ma or A. E. Kealv
A. B.  Diplock,  Diplock --Wright
sawmills
Contractors
PiBLir mum \m\m\
mm
TIIK PUBLIC AKK HKKKltY NOTI*
I KIKP that all i-tuea of inlectioua,
i-iinl«i!iiiiis or i'|iiileniii' ili**ea«e, i>( »
character ilangeroua in nulilic health,
in n.i lie reported In the Mmlical Health
Officer.
THOMAS BHIPHKBD,
l ilv Ilerk.
City Hall, Nnrth Vancouver, II.il.
July »th, WOK. 21*11
For Diarrhoea,
Dysentery,
Cholera Infantum
Etc., use
Raymond
Diarrhoea
Mixture
Thli remedy ia 10I1I under the
lollnwlni poiitive guarantee:
••Take half a bottle and if nol
found satisfactory, return the
balance to us and net your
money back."
IS THIS KAIR'
PRICE
25c per bottle
I
"The Ohliijinii Druntjists"
Cor. Cordova amiCaniliio HU.
Vancouver,   B. Ca
P. LARSON is  preVared to
supply
UME,
BRICK,
SAND,
CEMENT
And nil kinds of Building
Material ini|ii!tntitii'sto suit
and at reasonable prices.
—AITI.Y
nn
TKf.KI'IIONK No. 2,
PROPOStD LOCAL IMPROVEMENT
fAKK NoTICK that the I'oiineil nllhi
' Corporation nf the Cilyof Nnrth Van*
■ami inlemla to eonatruit the Local
Innirovement .el mil iu Ihe ttehisliile it[>•
(tearing below ami inlemla tn n-.-.**.** the
final coat, or n porliou thereol, uimn lhe
reiil pni'H'rtv lient'lititl iherehy mating
or •Iiiiiiiii*' llicniiii ami helil liiihle (ur
aaaeaauii'iit therelnr.
A .iiiteiin'iit "le.ii 1 ni: the lamia liable
anil |.r..|«*,*,| to Ih* .penally aaaeaaeil (or
the .nnl ini|irnieuieiit ami thr mime" nl
the nn mr* thereof, mi (ar aa the .tune'
can la> naeertaini-al Innn Hie Inal reviled
iiaaea.nu'iil roll ami otheruiae, ia now
Med ill lhe ntliee nf lhe Aaaeaament
('.iminiaaiiiiirraml 1* n|-eu (nr Inapcctinn
•luring "llu*'* hoiira.
The H'htihllc Mow aliowa the elti-
inateil '""I nl the improvement ami the
proportion to la' pmi 11I1-1I out nf the
general liinila ol the citv.
A Court ol Keviaion will la* held 011
the I'll, ilav of AiiKuil.lHUK,at the linnr
ol K p.m., at Ihe i'ity hall, North Van-
...nver. II.C*, for the pnr|aiae ol hearing
eiiiiiplainls againat the propoaecl aaaeaa-
meiita nr the accuracy ol frontage
ineiiaiireineiila or nny other i'ulii].l«liil
which the |M'raona intereateil ileaire to
make and »Inrh ia cognizable hy the
eourt.
THOMAS SHKlMIKUli,
A-aeaameiit Coininist loner.
Norlli Vanii'iner, II.C,
2llth July, na
ncilint'ii Hi:rKHK«iiTii:
I'miaiaeil Katitnatisl   KaliniaU'
Improvement total coat eitytopil)'
Clearing anil lirailing
dlh Street, bctneen
l-miailale Ave., ami
I Hid atreet; and laving of <■ ft aiilewnlk
nn north aide ol laid (Wc. per ft.
itreet frontage    1273
M
Some prii'ei that will aurely ennvince yon lhat our prices uro right.
10 dozen  Men's and Boys' 25c
and 35c Ties on sale while the
 ^^I^Ka.
25 pairs  Men's $5.00 Shoes, a
splendid all-leather shoe, Good
Year welt t 3-75
25 pairs Men's Heavy Working
Boots,   Blucher cut,    sold  all
over at Hi. 50, Rom price $'.90
3(1 pairs Ladies'  fine  1J2.50OX
fords t 1.60
8 dozen Men's fi.25 and $1.50
Shirts, while the lot lasts   75c.
You must call and see our
stock to appreciate it.
We are Up-to-date.   All Bright, New Goods at prices we
Defy Competition to Equal,
Saturday, Monday & Tuesday :,:,'.'„':, Bargain Days:"'
THE A. M. ROSS CO.,
•2O0   LONSDALE AVE.
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work  .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Resident Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., above 2nd Street
at the A. M. Ross Shoe Store.
:■
SEYMOUR CREEK.
Fresh Milk drliwird Dailv lo
all parts nf llie City
Leave Orders at Express Office.
N.V. FISI1 Co.
Cor. Lonsdale and 8th St.
(VANS * TYIH, fro^a.
All kinds of Fresh Fish delivered daily. Smoked Fish a specialty.
Also Butter, Eggs, and Vegetables.
Our aim ii to pleaie our cuatoniera aa
to goodi and prices, bet un have your
orders.
n.v. mri co.,
PHONE 84.
IIII
I
Notice of Tax Sale
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of the Municipal Clauses
Act and Acts amending the same, and by authority ol the Council ol
the District of North Vancouver, on Tuesday, the ut day of September, 1908, at 2 o'clock, p.m., within the District Municipal Office,
Esplanade, North Vancouver, I will sell by Public Auction, thc lands
hereinaftei described to recover the taxes delinquent in respect thereol,
and interest and costs, all as set forth opposite the description of said
lands respectively, if the amo int of such taxes, interest and costs is
not sooner paid, viz:
UK* RirTHIN OF
PROPKBTY
D.L. I Mo-la I VO
I
J	
part 15 acres
part 4 acres
part 12 acres
12 West half
2a
20
22
«s! 	
I2'7
13.75acres
237
554
35*
559
582
579
597
•99
5lM
599
764
772, part
773
7»5!     '
7*5
785|
8871 part
"39|
i*M»i
i»53
mill
lOib
622
61J
lawnD owsKR
iTaxea toi
1*1.1 Dae     fuiU
not and
inierr.1
0,50 pari
871 part
881 part
881 part
954
'35-
1404
1524
2003'
2003
2003
2003
2022
2022
2022
2022
2022
2022
2087
2087
2088
12
IJ
16
H acres
partis" acres
n.'p.|3
n. p* 4
3
38 acres
40 actes
10 acres
|y acres
n. p
W}4
;L. C. York
Henry Copeland
Wi 'iiidfrry
[Northern Canning Co.
Northern Canning Co.
John MeLeod
Estate ol Mrs. Eldon
Fred. McAlpine
J. Walker* W. Goodbraid
H. F. Maskill
|J. A. Harper Wallace
National Packing Co.
ij. J. Mnlhall
Mrs. Matilda Low
Mr*.  Miitilda Low
Mr.-t. Matilda Low
Dr. Sidney Herbert
D. L. Gow
Estate of J   Kooney
JD. S. Walbridge
Ida Maschisc
Talii Nome
[Batataol T, 11 Condcll
Mercantile Dav, Co.
David (Viok
William Muiito
A. McEvoy •
Dr. Sidney Herbert
Edward '(ink
Albert Sinclair
Henry I'n in li
Mercantile Di v. Co.
John Armstrong
K. Takehara
Mrs. Mary Curry
Mrs, Mary Curry
Mrs. Jessie A  Keith
Norman Burrows
Margaret Sonnrville
IB, Jam* Eh hinks
M. Carruthers
Braai M. Snow
Y. Kogo
Miss Annie Kulierts
Mrs. M. Hicks
|Wm. and Sam  Moyes
UsMt
87.70:
19.10
12.50
6.25
1.60
9.46
7.80
7.80
7.80
a 95
11.80
40.95
1.60
1.60
1.60
8.85
30.80'
5o.oo!
11.60
1.60
1.60
6.50
214.80
119.15
3.08
3-77
7 95
6.70
29.76J
3'7»|
31J5;
3.62
2.70;
2.72
2.72
2.72
285
2.85
2.85
1.42
2.85
2.85!
1.90
1.90
78.5
2.60
6.40
3.00
•••55
2.27
2.10
2.50
2.40
2.40
2.40
2.15
2.60
4*05
2.10
2.10
2.10
a 45
355
3.50
2.60
2.10
135
12.75
7-95
2.15
2.10
2.4O
'•35
3 50
2.20
3.60
2.20
2.15
2.15
2.15
2.15
2.15
HI
2.151
2.10
2.I5J
2.15
2.10
2 10
2. |"
TOTAL
t 18.40
94.10
22.10
"5°5
8.52
3-70
11.96
10.20
10.20
10.20
5'°
14.40
45.00
3.70
3.70
3.70
11.30
34 35
5350
14.20
if
3.70
8.85
'37*55
127.10
5 '3
5 97
11135
9.05
33.26
5.90
34*85
5.82
4«5
4.87
4*87
4*87
5.00
5.00
5.00
35'
5.00
5.00
4.00
4 00
10 25
Given under my hand at North Vancouver the ist day ol August,
VD   90K ALEX.   PHILIP.
Collector.
^.iiHiiiiiiif.............. mmmm.
I NOTICE
AII We take ilns opportunity ol advising the resi-
^JMents ol  North  Vancouver that  wi* have ac-
Jji|uired tha hardware butineaao! Mr. I. Walden
and purpose carrying on tin- sann* iu all its
branches, including Shell and Heavy Hardware,
Builders' Hardware, Houae Furoiihingi, Tmsniith-
ing, Plumbing, Routing, Etc We have retained
the services ol Mr. Walih 11 I old employees, who will
be glad tu wait iipnn you as usual. We are adding
several thousand dollars tu tin* value of the stock and
will he in .1 position to supply von with any article
listnl in tin* hardware trade. Our prices will be as
low as the luwrst, in VaiHiiiivci m ils. uin re. ipiality
considered.      Wr   would ask  that the business  and
iiiendly relatione batmen you aad Mr. Walden, be
extended to ourselves, and ive can assuie you that we
arc here to tn .11 1 ii i\"in' fairly and to solicit business on that Inisis only. Any orders nittiistid with
us will be promptly attended to.       :       -       :       :
OL'K MOTTO:   QUICK  DELIVERY,
I Paine&McMillan
;»        Corner Lonsdale Ave. and lirst St. Phone 12
2 ■
%wmmmm mmmm mmmmmm
Having Your Teeth Fixed
Ai "na* time 11.1.» uti painful operate.   By mint
it in .till painful. Not hi at tlie H0.I011 IVntiaia. We
have all the latent <-.) 111 (,ni>* 111- kiwvaii lo the moilern
dentllta, It 1-in.an* Ilk.'11 (ili'inuri'tn hmi' ur di
vnur teeth, became our ilenlista are all ei|ierirnrrd
nnil Wl make un churiti' fur I'laniiiiint your teeth,
ami woiilil Ih* plen-i-il 1*1 l....k them over at any time.
pi m» 01 b I'Bifts      .nt. simb tinset
I ull M.i|   I i*.-l h          I5.O0
Bridge work, (ii 1   1001h         S.oo
told Crown*          S.oo
(llllll I illiims   1.00 11 (>
PUIina lilllnus  I.00
I ill ai lioaj  So
ALL   WORK  GUARANTEED  WITH  A  PROTECTIVE
GUARANTEE  FOR TIN YEARS
The Boston Dentists, Ltd
DR. A. R. Hthl It, Consulting Oentiat
407 Hastings J»t., H., Vancouver
HOURS  9 a.m. to 6 p m.
PHONE KM
ATENTS
North Vancouver
ROMPTl-YSECUREDi Transfer ™_»**-*
I lh, h,,. n,u        II r.H,„->ra ala^^H ft aflelar
...licit Ihr l,u* ii... ,.t HiBuladunn
1' ii'l Ollin. a.',.. irilin- llir a,lrlaahi|.
ny ,*l li.mug lliru a 1 ii.tinarlH
l,y ItilwrU. Pl'litrinnrva^vi*-■ I.,- raai-i^
nmdrr.lt. Our Immtw'l Aat»l--r-'iil m-'ii i, •
il'ii-lt M.rii'iiUMaul 11. Vi■•'.! ,K-wVorklJIt
I'.I*'- M*»i.-.l   «„.l *aa.l.lia.*i*.n lie IIU
North VdiKouvcr Hospital
Ial\|*l I   II ll    1:1
THK MISSES  DAWSOM
TKliMs-|i;..'*n 1.. r.ii parvaat
Wai'l |,aii.'iii> |l |»t .Inv
C.rii.T I *lli alr.*.*l .n>i IV„lff-.itiii I* u
Cartage, Kenitivala,
I'{treei Delivery,
Btorafi
IN       III* ASiiNAMI   K      TUMI
A. PARRO
Qeneral Contractor
1.1111,1 ria*;iriii-    -lniii|i ami Balk
Pluliai i-.xirii ear ar 1
All ilanin|**'» mail,' 111..I.
ic Mi'M'i \i 1   si     A a ■HOU
<n,i hi . \\ tai ..1 i.**,.-.i>i.
cu ii**. 11
QBORQB  c.   NYK
PHOTOGRAPHER
Portraitiiri'. lil in- 1'iints,  CotiyinR
and Enlaniini;, l;iin',hiiii: lur
Ainatciir'*. I'Ji
Studio: ind St.. W. ol lonsdale *\>e.
For FiirnJIiinv
at l<ea*-nn.i! .'   Plicae,  Ro to
Ihe North Vaiuouver
Home liiiinslicrs
lliaKM. 111.'" K
i.'iviaiiAt.r. avr.
OFFICl:—LOHSML MINI.. llinURI.
Tilrphone 70.        Night l alls ij.
J. A. S. NICH0U8
Stitnufailiner  uf  Minimi  nn.l    liili,,n«
liiniiliiu Slnre, Hfnt n-.l llu- f'utarti
II. IMiruiK in All Itramhw
I'l Thlnl 11. W   tat. rh«li*r*n.l an I l**nM.I.
Ill*|*.-«llr Ha hi.il
Mail iirili*ri|*ii.*ii i*i..in|.| attention
SEED&,
TRtt^
PLANTS
For the Farm, Garden, Lawn
or Conservatory
Reliabli unrlui. al raamaUl |irir«-a.
No Bonn,   Roleali   Nn Knniiitaiinn
lo.i.nu.iiM' -imk. N" riadf mms to
aiiimy ymi. Iliiv ihri'rt ami net Treei
anil **.*i*,l» tlmt ur*'»
IVrlilirvr., H<*(* Sii|i|ilii*«, Spray I'limpa,
.-|araiMii*i Material, Cut Klnweri, tie.
nlili.t i'.lal>li.lii<l nuri-ery on thi
maiiilaml n( llriti.h Columbia.
l'«taln|iie (roi*,
M. J HENRY'S
SI HSIRilS AND SIIIIHIH SIS.
MM  Wmthis»ti«  limn.
VANCOUVER, B. C. THE feXfttlSS, NOkTtt VANCOUVER, ft.1
New Advertisements
I1 i -•'.. hall
i  . ii ■    I  strict council
Notice   I'aine *- Hi
Dentiatrj   Ronton Dentllta
p.,       .a .,*r   ii     Glbbard
Ucilu.*e*l prlcuc   IV. Murpliv
H    I * anli *l   School Iruiteei
I    , m i.i. ia.; -    Wiliiir I'. May
Bargain*   M nli lm- Piano Houie
l lie-lrlli**:*l a-, liool-  K. II. S'Tivell
Building ei iilraii'li.i*    Miuliii-i'ii & ('.*
Dominion   lllaldj    I Id ir Murray Co,
"LOCALS
i in i      ■ 11..ii
11     ia    i* ii ,   i origer  tin-
|0 nil i    ol 'mil    lulls im
Uriel '       n thii lidi 11
thi Inla t thii week,
Phi I '■   iiatii   s ■* !■ i   in   pn
paring an I       k( li h whii h
iln*! mil pn tent .it thi i oncerl on
I Inns I i*.    *   * iiiii ; 111 \1    ill lid Ol
1   ■ I lllllll.
Mr* r Lirion returned I
o   I .     i    '.**   ,i  horl   vi■•'t in
Si itin     Mn. Li *    in
pan i il hi   Mi. mil Mi.  \ ,iii Nm
n a   and family ol Si itlle who ire
viiiting nt the Jtotel  North  \ ,m-
couver,
\\'i\ mi' \ ti ie In i lur Capilano pnblii sa ii,...!, North \ ■
vi i iii mii ipalitj Application!,
with teitimoniali, will be rei eived
hi the mi n i uv up i" the i ilh
imt | V. Mi Nau .iai. 111
North vani ouvi i I1 (I,
'1 In ,i I inuil nn eting
nl th    North \ .in. ouvi i   Aiiil. tii
lie  held iii  Lar.
km s pavilion on I bunda* ew a
iug next .ii 8 im lock wh Iiii en
will In  i lei ti -I .md hi ni ral buai-
lli S- la A lllll .111' al*
is itqui
J. M Mi! the Gi it Wee!
tO    iln      H'.lsl.   llli
Chesterfield School
l '    *     llll'l   lllll  S|.
\ *i ui VI l:
Um-'lnn mil hn vl'iiiI fm linis
ii, ' rib.
A II SCRIVEN.&A.
li ll  BATES, r* \
WANTED
,'l NDERS l"i; WOOD
I Ii III' a a,ns;
iicouver
in ni1
Tip.1.1-   i I i lay,
Mil    . ii, in
: !  \i EV,
All Summer Good* to Clear At Cost 1
Rather than curry any ol nur glimmer itooils over until next year,
we have deciileil to sell the balance at cost
Ml S> UNDERWEAR
Shirts anil Drawen, regular $1.00 per garment,
to clear at (15c. Regular 75c for 50c,
regular 5m' for 35c.
LINEN IUTS
Regular  75c and S5C to e'ear at  50c.
BOOTS AND &L10E&
Men's White Canvas Oxfords, reg. I12.50 for 1.75
Men's Tan Shoes, regular f5.oofor $3.50.
" "       regular (3.50 for J2.50.
Misses'and Children's Oxlords,  regular JI1.75,
for $1.15; regular $1 50 for lit.00; regular
M.J5 for 90c.
Gat   Our   Prlcaa   Batfora)   Buying   Turnlahinga   or  .Vhoaaa
Cor. EipltlM.de ninl Lonsdale Ave.
North *ftMOBVW
t W. T. Murphy,
t BOY'..  SHOES   AND   MKN.V  FURNISHINGS
♦ ♦ ♦ »♦!♦»♦!# ♦•l>l****t*+^^*»*«>4*»v*i♦♦♦♦♦^♦^♦♦♦♦♦^♦ ■ Oi0l>M>M*ti<M»l*tlt
14111 l nl his latin r. Ki j. Mi Mc*
Leod \ incouver. Mi Mad.. ,1
is 1 lirnllier of Mn (Mayor)
Kealy, nnil will be ■ y. lell at their
lionie fm ,1 |iiiitiiui nl lui stay.
A si uu luml nl 1 n.il Inun the new
Wellington minei is 1 xpatfad at
11 1 .ulv dale liy P, Larioo, This
. u.il is fm ule in coniumera and
Mi. I.,iisun mi'mis keeptai ,i
plentiful supply for all local di -
mauds. Ha is also |m pared to
supply the wants ul bull lers in the
line ul building material!
The Ladies ol the local lodge ol
Maii.ilices are justly pleated nt the
sm 11 ss which attended their sale
ik In Id 111 tin Eaglet' hall on
We.lin s.lai.     I he alien.lance 1I111
ing the afternoon was steady ui-
though not large, while ihe bo*
-an ial in iln 1 ratting die 1 a I,ill
house .iini the programme was
thoroughly enjoyad, Al I 1 ".1
elusion nf the social a dari ■ I is
lu 1 I. The (iruceeds will am 1 im
to aluuit ^35.
Mails close for despatch as foi
lows: I'jr Vancouver and all
points I a. ni., 11:15 *•*• m., 5:45
p. 111 ; for Lynn creek, 11:15 a. "■•
Mails arrive : Vancouver anil all
points, 9:10 a.m., 12:45 111., 5:45
p 111.: from Lynn creek 2 p. in.
Outgoing mails for Lynn creek
after 11:15 a. ;n. should be delivered at the witket.
MiHH M i„. Oibbard
EXPERIENCED
DRESSMAKER
fi.75 per day.
P.O. Hox 75,     North Vancouver.
MARTINSONftCO.
Building
Contractorn
I'liin.   and   Kpteilcatioai   Prepared,
uiii'ii thiakiogol balldlai let u ■!**•
llll ' -lllllllll!.
iim;\i  BLOCK,     l.nNMHi '' AVK.
ur ru n.n :.•  Hank i.m■■■ 11
WE HOLD THE SOLE AGENCY
and instructions to sell
Cleared Lots, 60x116, in Block fi'2, on Fourteenth
and Fifteenth Streets, at $500 and $525 each: corners, $600 each.   EASYTERM8.
Two cleared loN, 50x157 each, south front on
Ninth street, at $650 each.   Easy terms.
Also a few choice lots on victoria l'ark West.
Lonsdale Ave. lot, !>"tween 2nd and .5rd streets,
only $3200.   Terms.
Sixth street lots in Block 117, |660 each.   Terms.
A 100(1 list of Lots in all parts of the ('ity, at
prices from $200 each and up,
Wanted fr'.'.'i Owners Iinin oljfooil ilime-in I.<iIn ami Acri'ii|*e.   We iif**<>tiite utter
ilthe prleee are rfgtt.
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO., Limited
Cor. lonsilnle Avenue and lifth St., North   ancouver, B.C.
nutraon is
British-Canadian Wood Pulp &
Paper Company, Limited
thrnen ol the Townsite of Tort Mellon, Howe Sound, 26 miles front Vancouver.
881   CORDOVA  BTRBBT,  VANCOUVER,   B.C.
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I'HOI'IISIIIKK vl  IMCKIIMMIM
T\M   NtlTII 1 !..lili.*
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WE NOW OFFER FOR  SUBSCRIPTION
Subject to Ah ai* ,*hcl iers' Preference up to and including
AUGUST  8.
Tlir  I!' iiiaimlir of lli    CAti Hhi.ihiO Issue of   Preferred Stock of this Corporation.
I In ittx k 1-. nlli red ii hlorK.1 0! 100 siiares, at par value j| Jli.oo per share.    No bonus stock.
PAYMENTS   IO per cent, o-.i application, 15 per cent* in 30 days, balance in S months at the rale of
in p. 1 11 nl  |iei month
DIVIDENDS Thii -I"* ►. 1 etltiUed to a 1 annua! dividend of 7 per cent., commencing November 1,
, \ I nl nnliiiiitnl as to lml 11 ilvnlends. That ii alter 7 per ce' . has been paid upon thc Preferred
nnl Ciiiuiiiiin Mni liv Imlil 1 I I,.* trader Iii participate equally ihere is no question but that tin l'ie-
I' in I Mm k mm "ll' red wi ' m ,1 short linn will become the Higgeit Dividend raving Slocks in Canada.
(Iiiiiii: In lie fai t thai I in able to si 1 ure from 10,000 to 20,000 cubic feet ol gas from every cord o|
n siiiini v.,1 nl used in the iim.iiIji inn of kihhI pulp as a byproduct, with practically no expense, n*
hue tin |. lure, app'led fo' the '   'S I'l.-ii Imm* nf
:
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ll
tin* mi 1, *
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other *
111 ■ 1M \ -    III I'lll
1
1
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lin|*r"* ll
1    irlni
• li.
nut,  i.,*t-i*.*n ■ 1 '
.i*it
Ilns. valuabli lt.nn Ins.*. win 11 s,, 111..I  will Im long MU     ; ily to the Company, and will represent
a largi ilni'h ml. ini|e|Minlr,n ,.| ih.it made by tin  company in tl.e n a.iu(.,itiire ol paper.
PLAN   OF   THK  COMPANY
\\. pia,p,!si . reclill| a pulp null al North VaMMNM ior tin man ifacture nl nod  pulp, and transfer
in,id nal in Port Med .'. wh n   wr an* now eieeling our Ing mill, to be . nnu rtcl into paper, and
,, ihi |ai for illuminating 1 ntpoa r purpom     Wt itooktaM erecting pulp plants m other parts ol
1     . ,.|.i,i 1.1 siijipl   lh   niain null at l'ort Mcllo.,   with wood pulp, and distribute the gas lor (,i*n
ii lie  (iiinls whi ri 1:1   i'*''   , il|i is manula tired
PROOKB88 OF UUR WORK AT PORT MBLLON
< 1 ,1 mn men are now ■ iglgl I in conslruclion work at Port   Mellon, and it will  not be Ioiik  hefnre
ti i.ni.in nf tin 111.11 Iiiiii 11      I his nod-en plant is beini/ arran-jed so as to have a capacity ol over
nm tun. "i wiappinr paperp.i week,  and the additional units trill briiiK the weekly  rapacity up 10450
, , I tmppiog'      I his gntl miil. when Inlly con pi te,  will be one of the largest paper nulls
hi Cai
DirectorH
■ MIIHI     ri' 1 KM.R. Bnii'li 1 '"I' ■   '«ti'i-i r„tpr«ii„n
* II I: nil. 11-11 ll Maii.«,r 1IM..-1 II. •    aaiw
lil'll   .11 llll     I'ln l'r..|l'li*nl Tin* 11.      .1 -iii.il 1 ,1. I.t'l .
1 1, 1.   I'.|»r. V.i    1. Iiiui. T 11 li't'it   U.l   «a».,C.I., P.UI   't« com lij , Inraif t
**' 1 .nrmirrr
Ikll'K    lllinn*.    M.n.lliil   IHr.il"!   «    ..-milh^    n. Vll*.
■
t lalll   IHlli|*.llA 1,1     **-lli,|.a,|r Np.*l
" .     V '.i'l   ll '
NSIw I'llKH'-tov,  I'r'-I'l  I'.ii'ri'in  TiinU'r <„ ,  rial I'rra
Trimlii.i r... nl. r Cu . I'lin iaar i'i'.I.i i nvr l.nml^i i.., .ir
II U II IKITT. Wr.'fm M in-jrr ('..nli-flll Silk to 1'inoiiu.er.
I.C.* KTAXUtT, loriii.ilv iH'tinil M.ih.it W,*h u,n,liin Hftt
Mill., Lnaibw lMlan.1
ill'l   II   1  'HI.I.*i*a- J f . lni'rii*.n l.l'.i'l ■ "Ki'til. Kii
KI'STH K II   US'     ll.m-l.r .u* . V.tii r.r.Br
i.lilKi.f I  IA1K    iMta Htiliilnillillmi 0».. Vnni*...i»fi
1. Kril, V Knl.T" i.itiiifilT i|.*in*nl M«n«|.*r I'.i llir I'lLilSiHli Co.
A l.l • J W' liii ...II ol I * i'.T.n.|li .1 i'n. i-.iii-iiiir.r.
FINE HIOI1 LOTS IN BLOCK 29
BETWEEN 16TH ANI) 17TH STS., MAHON AVE.
Terms, iine-fnurth rush ; balance, A, 12 aad 18 months
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SEVENTEENTH    ST.
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SIXTEENTH   ST.
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S. GINTZBURGER
-UMITED-
161 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
p.o. mix m
Hotel North Vancouver.
■*_tmw*rw&
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HOTEL .                  p LARSON.
North\/ancouven* ^.^-.,
liUilil
Tourist
Resort
Up-to-date
Kates:
ti.00 per
Day
and up
Special
Kates for
Families
and
Regular
Boarders
Ferry Service tvery ildlf Hour to and from This Hotel
to Vancouver. P. Larson, Prop.
\0IITII Willi tl! MiRl iV niWGR CO.. ll'll,, TIIE TABLE. IMS
IHHSd  VANCOIVII
A.M. 	
•li.UI
•dlfi "
S.OO "
8.10 "
MO "
io.is "
II.IA "
I'.M'. I'M.
1.11 "
Ilk "
3.15 "
4.IA "
A.1A •'
111 «
7.15 "
8 15 "
».I5 "
10.15 "
•11..'10 "
'i ||  I
in. I..
II l'i
HM l'
1.15
'.'.■IA
3.45
4.45
5.45
«.4A
M.
II,
iiaiimi soaiii »*vroi>it
•ii.1l
•7.ai
8.20
».(X)
11.15
10.45
II 45
H I.'.
I.H
2 45
3.45
4.45
5.45
H.45
7.45
8.45
Ml
1045
•11.41
•Not on Sunday
A M.
I'.M.
I0.IAA.M.
11.15   "
12.15 r.M.
I.II «
MS "
3.IA "
4.IA '•
5.15 "
d.15 "
7.IA "
PALACE HOTEL
MM  I I KMMtID rlOIti   OS   llll   lOA.M
AN fl'-TtlHATK
TOl'KIST KK.SOKT
IUtm: |1.50 I'KK
HAY AND UP
S|n'fi;il lliiiiv lo Familirs ami lln'iilar Bojirdrrx
llalf-hniir ferry ennni-elinn tn and trnm Vanrottver.   Unl ami cold
water in every n.nn.   Kelurn call hells in every   room.   Rarbrr
-lll'l'    III    O'llUn llaall.
REDA&ANDRUSS
PNOPHIETONS
Ski um  JTUST,   ...   -   NORTH  VANCOUVER, B. C.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Cirs laatra tba Ptirj I.HmltiiK Ior (Jm 1 i.slmry Avenue, Twcnty-finl
street and Lonsdale, Wim h street and Keith Roid 11 follows : 6:1 j
i.m,, ('45 a. 111., 7 n ■! in , 7:45 1. m., H 15 a in., 9 1. ni. 9:40 1. ni.,
10:10 a 111 , Allei in 15 a. ni , cars will leave Queenihury avenue,
Twi nti Inst and l.ousilale avenue, and Winch street and Keith Koad
at live minutes to the hour and twenty five minutes past the hour.
Cars leave Nineteenth street and (Queensbury ivenue, Twenty-tint
strut and Lonsdah- avenue, Winch street and Keith Koad ai lollowi:
6a. m., 6:55 a. m., 7:20 a. in , Iwj a. ni., 8:45 a.m., 9:50 i.m.
Alter 9J() a. in. tars leave the Kerry Landing at ten minutei put the
hour and twenty minutes to thc hour.
HT
All boats are nn I bv the cars.
AddfMM All SuliHcriptions for Mock Direct to
British Columbia Trust Corporation
<<(/,• GRANVILLE md ROBSON STREETS, VANCOUVER, B.C.
Hot Air Heating
Boing favored willi 11 liberal |>iitrnnnge from our
citizens in tlie liDM tl cariicil, we hnve added to
our business liy Installing all the latest ati|iliancpn
for the placing of Kurnnees, Cornice Work, etc.
(irl our estimates hefnre doing your work.
We also cirry Builders' Hardware. Come and Ret our Pricei.
f raser ^ McNabb iaJfiftj|kn

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