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Noiith Vancouver, ll.C, June 17, 1910
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RATEPAYERS' MEETING
Committee of Six Appointed
The open-air ratepayers'
meeting held on the grounds iu
front of the Hotel North Van
couver last evening was a practical demonstration of the intense interest thai i.s being
taken in the street grade problem in this citv. The meeting
was called (or the purpose if
appointing six delegates to confer with the citv council relative to arriving at sonic solution of the dillicultics. The
business of the uieeting was dispatched with haste and with
very little discussion, Messes.
A. J. Henderson, C, F. .l:u':-
son, W. J. Dick, Jas. Hay, W,
L. Boult and A. W, Sargent
Wist chosen to represent thc
ratepayers in a conference yvitii
the city council which will be
held in the citv hall next Wednesday at 8 o'clock p.m.
His Worship the .Mavor opened the meeting and stated that
il was called on Invitation from
the ratepayers and was, the're-
fore, a ratepayers' meeting. It
was then for the meeting to
appoint their chairman. He
Imped that this would be the
last public assembly on the
grade <|tie.slion and that it
•could be the means of removing the stigma from North
Vancouver's name so that the
delayed improvements in the
citv might be proceeded with
yviihoiit further delay.
Two nominations were made
(or chairman, Mr. C, t, Jackson  and Mr. 0, H. Morden.
On the vote Mr. Jackson received so votes and Mr. Morden it.
Mr Jackson, on taking the
platform, said the .subject had
heen thoroughly enough dis-
iiissed. The appointment of
six ratepayers was a step in the
right direction and he suggested that nominations he taken
at once and that afterwards an
opportunity would he given*
each ol the committee appoint
ed to address the meeting briefly. At this stage Mr. A. K,
Crickmay moved the following
motion: "Mr. Chairman and
(ienllemen, this meeting having been called by the citv
council for the purpose of electing six representative citi/etis
tel confer with the council to
trv to amicably help settle the
grade question, 1 beg to move
that we at once proceed to elect this committee without lurther discussion and include in
mv resolution that we appoint three gentlemen repre
setting bench grades and three
representing straight grades  '
Um Morden in seconding the
motion said that it was generally realized that the question
should be settled al once and
for all lime. He considered
(air plav could he best   served
by    appointing   three    bench
grade advocates and three
straight grade ones, lie contended that the delay in civic
improvements was a disgrace
to the citv.
Mr. A. W. Sargent declared that in Canada and else
where the majority ruled and
"they will rule here tonight, '
he exclaimed "I say stand
by the wishes o( the majority
of the people."
J. t, o. C. Wood concurred
with Mr Sargent's statements
He considered il was a conspiracy to choose three to each
side.
Mr. King also agreed with
Mr. Sargent and Mr. Wood. He
then moved lhat the resolution
be laid on the table for live
Mars
Mr Walden did not under
stand how the dead lock would
be removed by electing three to
each side
George Hartley moved that
nominations be proceeded with,
Mr. Brown suggested that
i,ich of the nominees make .1
brief   statement    ol   his   Stand
on the question,
The amendment to lav the
reaolution on the table for (ive
years was voted upon lirst and
the Mte stood i.'i lor and   K a-
gainst.   The chairman then de
.l*iiid tioinin.ittons iii ordei
and the following were nominated :  A. 0, Henderson,  Geo,
McBain, A. I*;. Crickmay, W.
J. Dick, Jas. Hav, W. L.
Boult, A. W. Sargent, William
Morden, Jesse Williams, C. F.
Jackson and lv. Mahon.
Mr. C. II. Morden moved
that the six men receiving the
highest number of voles at first
count he elected and the seventh be ready to stand in case
any withdrawing. Mr. A.
B. Kealv seconded the motion
and it passed unanimously. Mr.
W. L. Boult and A. B. Stevenson were appointed scrutineers,
City Clerk Shepherd assisting.
After the ballots were counted
the poll stood :
Henderson 107,
C. A. McBain, 30.
A. Iv Crickmay, 26.
W. J. Dick, 94-
Jas. Hav, 42.
W. L. Boult, 87.
A. W. Sargent, 8,1.
Wm. Mordcn, 37.
Jesse Williams, j8,
C, J. Jackson, 109.
B. Mahon, 43.
The chairman then declared
the six highest, Messrs. C. F.
Jackson, A. J, Henderson, W.
J. Dick, Jas. Hay, W. L. Boult
and A. W. Sargent elected a
committee to confer wilh thc
city council looking to a settlement of the grades.
The members of the committee were then called to the platform and asked to express their
views on the subject at   issue
Mr. Henderson said in the
lirst place he desired to thank
the ratepayers lor the trust
tbey had placed in him. In te-
(erence to his opinion on the
wxed question of grades he
said in the lirst place he yvottld
set aside his personal opinions
and look at the matter 'rom a
broad and business-like land-
point. He commented tint the
citv council had failed in aa endeavor in respect to hxing the
grades ol the city and had culled in professional genlleiiieii of
high standing in who presumably thev had confidence. ThcM
gentlemen, after considering the
matter, had turned in a report
for which the citv had pud 11-
lioul tttoo, "I look upon ihat
re|Mirt as lhe best information
that the city council could pur-
chase for utility in lhe city and
I hold that that report shoti'd
he accepted,'' asserted .Mr
Henderson. Continuing, the
speaker alliruied that in every
civilized community il was lhe
recognised  principle  that   the
will of the people should rule
and he ventured to say that :i
would he a dangerous precedent
to sel in anv city to allow a
small  majority to go opp. sit'1
to the expressed wishes   of the
I electorate who placed theni
there. Speaking personally Mr.
Henderson said he was Strong*
lv opposed to the streets of   (he
city being marred and disfigured bv Intersections ueing .limited and depressed just lo (orill a
straight grade (or anv   spinal
streei   To  attempt   to  bring
a    level     plane     lo    filctsec
wilh   an S   per cent,   grade   he
thought   would he very  dangerous to both motive as well   as
vehicular traffii
W J. Dick stated that he had
taken a great deal of inlci'cs!
in the grade cpiestion and he
continued to do so. He believed that the matter should be
settled iu a manner so th it 1
could   not he  changed by   each
sun ending council by accepting
the report of the engineers. Tne
city would then have sonic'hn,:
lo rely on and the council yvould have something ol n
permanent character to work
under. "I am verv much in
favor of upholding lhe ingln
Sets' grade as given in North
Vancouver," concluded Mt
Dick
Mr. J Hav s.iid he had nevei taken anv p., rt ic in.r, p.. it i|i
the matter, hut il UwM wis any
way to help remove ihe langli
he would be most phased to do
so.
Mr W. I, Moult did not pre
tend ti* know nt) much   about
glades       Ile thought   lll.it      lln
advice of those who did know
ihould bi* taken. He Inquired
the reason win it was that I'.n
ginecr Clements' advice was so
valued in two; and was thought
so little of now. Also he wanted to know what the B. C.
Klectric Ky. had to do with lix-
ing the grades of lllis city.
Mr. Sargent statetl that   his
idea  was to do what he could j
to straighten out this  cpiestion
of grades.    He contended  thn
a citv whose people wele united could accomplish very much
more than a cily whose people
were continually pulling apart
We have heard a report liom a
distinguished   board   of   engin
eers and I am satisfied with th
percentage of grade therein contained,   yyas the .speaker's    remarks.    Ile   believed   thai   the
recommendations contained in
the reports were in keeping
with the needs of lhe future of
this city and he heartily concurred in adhering to that report.
Mr. C. F. Jackson remarked
that while he was not an engineer hc, nevertheless, understood most of thc principles
which underlv the present grade
question relative lo the importance ol east and wist
streets as compared with the
north and south ones. He .1 er
red that he wa.s Convinced tliat
the cast and west streets yyotild
be the main thoroughfares on
which heavy trallic yvould follow and he strongly belie'ed
that nothing should he duUC to
sacrifice ihese east and west
arteries.
Speaking of the Immediate
subject in hand he said that die
ratepayers had come together
to settle lhe grade i|Uestiott and
be hoped that there would Innn personal feelings shown and
that (or his part he intended tc
try and settle the matter a-
loiig these lines. He coinpar
the present situation to lhc
House ol Commons, the committee representing the ratepayers, going to look into tin
difficulties in the House iif
■ I   tl.e purpose of ascei
Distnct Council      CITV WAOUbuciosse   jmproved Tejephone
The North Vancouver lacrosse
club   played   its initial   league
match on   Wednesday evening
when thev   met the (.randvicw
all Uie   councillors u,all, jn \hv lilv u.aj;lu,   Sl.rk.s
at Bullalo Park. Sixteen of  the
playing   members  of the   team
Thc  regular meeting   of  the
district  council  was held  last
evening with the reeve   in   the
chair   and
present.
Mr. John  Mclnnes interview
ed tlu* council as lo getting an ! were in attendance, so that
extension of the Seymour road!Manager Kittson was able t..
wharf, The difficulty of this put one of his strongest team
was pointed out that the wharf in the held. The game was
yvas uoyy on private property, (ast and very closely contest
Mi. Mclnnes suggested that the ed throilglioui and ended in a
Vancouver   city    council    was ' score of nine goals to three   in
willing to make arrangements favor of Orandview, The score.
(or the public having the use of how ever, is not an accurate in-
t and he asked that the coun-'ilex of the relative merits of thc
il confer wilh the city coun-' teams. Certain members of
.il in this regard. The Keeve the (.ratidvicw team appeared
and Coun. Bridgman were de- to confuse rough-house method)
legated to wait upon the com-[arith good lacrosse and inllie ted
.il in connection with the mat- j severe punishment upon the
ter. j members of the local team,  the
Mr. A. ('.. l'erry was again Over lenient tactics of the ref
heard a.s to u grant for thei*" encouraging rather than
Dominion Day celebration com- impending their style of play
mittet and it was resolved that j The friends of the local team
a grant of J125 be allowed. | are highly elated at the show
Messrs. Lewis D'Orr and Co. i ing made and consider that the
asked to have the lanes closed i prospects of North Vancouver
in block S, D.L. I099 and 1100 leading the league at the clos
in respect that the whole block
was to be occupied as a  largi
I Continued   on page in)
S. S. ST. GEORGE Tt) LAV
OFF
The S. S. St George will
not he on tin* run on Thursday
and Friday, June .'tnl and .'|ili
and the management begs to
notify the local merchants <>i
this Lui so that the handling
of freight will be avoided as
much as possible.
CASKET FACToh".
Preparations are fast being
completed (or North i'ancon-
ver's lirsl casket (act,.a wlinli
will he established on the Es
planade about opposite lo the
North Vancouver l.iimbci C i'i
mill.
Mr. Cunningham who formerly successfully managed tin
largest supply houses of New
York and Chicago, has been ap
pointed lo undent,ike the man
agclllclll and control of the new
concern. This gent lein.in cull
ed at the Express olhce this
week and volunteered the in
formation that he had alieady
secured the lot and thai ,lear
ing operations have been commenced, The constructn,n nl
the building will be tushul ta
Completion immediately and In
expressed the desire to h.iye ill,
plant in operation within three
WOStJ
Special machinery whieh ll
required for this business has
been ordered in the easl and
will arrive in the ionise ol .1
few  'lays.
Ii is estimated that the mill
will employ   steadily   about    1
or 18 tin, many .,1 whom will
be   thoroughly   practical    nidi
from California
The raw material siuli 1
lumber, eli will be putih.isi**!
on the local market during lln
early period of ihe plant's "!>
eration ,ind until smh turn* 1
they provide lor their own nn'
for which negotiations •"' -•"'!
1" be now   111 progress
teams play on the local athletic grounds.
DOMINION DAV FERRV
SERVICE
of tllc season verv bright. The
next match to he played hv
summer resort. It was rcsol- 'the locals i.s on June 15th when
veil to authorise the cancella-1 North Vancouver and Fairvieyy
tion of the plan of the whole 0
the block.
Thc Attorney-General wrote
agreeing lo take up the matter
of authorizing the preparation
" the voters' lists (or licensing
businesses wilh the municipal
committee at the next session
of the House,
I'. King wrote asking for thc
removal of dangerous trees and
for other work adjoining his
property on l'eter street. It
was resolved lo have the
slumps removed at once and to
instruct the engineer to report
on the other requests.
Messrs. Summerlield and Mc
Thc delegation appointed by
the North Vancouver Bonrd ol
Trade comprising the Preaidvav
W. J. Irwin, Mr. A. I'hilip and
J. R, J. Murray, wailed   upon
the management oi tin- b.  c.
Telephone Co. Wednesday morning relative to the large number  ol complaints  that   hnve
been made about the local M.-1-
vicc. The delegates were kindly received by Mr. liaise*, ihe
manager, who freely went into
a full discussion on the ciilliciil-
ties   ellect iiig    the   service    ill
North Vancouver, He inlor. ;-
ed the delegates ili.it in , company wa.s immediately going to
creel a brick block on S'.h
street for their central olbce,
and would instal therein a
modern switch board and other
appliances for the handling oi
the service in the best manner
possible. Mr. liaise lurillcr
explained lhat they were also
endeavoring to arrange for |
Inrge submarine cable across
lhe Inlet, but had luel with
some difficulty in satisfying the
department of marine and lisherics owing to the objection
that it might in some wav interfere with lhe anchorage of
ships.   This difficulty, however,
his company was doing their
best 10 overcome.
The apprehensions in regard
lo an adec|itate ferry service on
lhe 1st of July are now set at
rest by the announcement by
the management that they
have engaged the S. S. Buram-
ba and the S. S. Sechell to
supplement the fleet on that
date and that it is proposed to
run a twelve minute service
throughout the day. A twelve
minute schedule with four
Kinnoii asked to have Chester steamers plying to and fro will
held Av,    chared so that they   undoubtedly add greatly to th*
SUCCESSFUL FISHING
PARTY
could have access to their pro
party and Nve street. The engineer was instructed to have
the yvork done.
The Lvnn Valley Lumber Co
asked to have Center road  and
Mill street sufficiently denied
lo allow- thelll lo get the pole
line in to their mill. It was referred to the hoard of works
yvith poyver to act.
Dr. J. ('.. Davidson wiote
asking a contribution of S;.-,
from the district towards the
reception of the university
commission    It was referred tc
number o( visitors to the Norih
Shore on Dominion Day as lot
merlv many were hindered from
coining to North Vancouver on
account o( the possibilities ol
a crush which has always been
the case when only two ferries
were running.
Mr  A   N   Oillen, the pupttUl
B.C B.R.   inoloriiian,   is receiv
ing the congratulations  ol  his
friends on ac count of the arrival of a  ybnng   visitor   at    'iis
li.nm', corner of jth streei   and
„ St.  David's  slreet,   on  Thii.s-
the local   Joint Civic Cotnini'.    day, June 1 isth     Mother    and
lee lo adjust the whole mailer,   son are reported to be progres.
Attention was called to the
alleged pollution of the upper
part of Hastings creek and this
nnl   other   matters were refer-
iid lm luveutigutfan.
The engineer reported regard
ing the non-completion of Bttp
11 and Carter's contract for
compressor plant II was resoled to wire that lirm Dial il
tin* machinery was not finished
I.-*  Monday noon that it   would
ing [avorably,
AWARDED  CONTRACT
McDoitgal - Jenkins Engineers
have received the contract Ironi
the North Vancouver Ferries
for four large pontoons. These
are ill addition to the six . "in
pl.eted. They have also tee civ
ed the contract from lhe   Wal
Luc shipyards for the construi
J»« >'Wu"] *> *• council ■» ,„,„ oi On five pontoons which
Wtt*_mM , ,    was awarded  them by   the com
let.    plans    we„    snblllll.'d ,„ „„.,,„„.,„„, ,ls   lhl.
"-j1" "I »>'"''««.<■ I ti   rhe   v.miouye,   Engineering    Works
received their contra,1 for  the
"tlur tour pontoons required bj
The reeve reported result  0
the meeting in Victoria regard
ing "Idyls  Uy Id"   subdivision
lie said thai the government on
his   suggestion   had   instiin i'
.111   independent   surveyor,   Hi
J, F Garden, to examine tin
property and upon   to thnn
failure giving tin i 1  deitsion.
it was resolved that the  in
the Ferrv Company.
The    Engineering   Works    in
this city   now employ ji   men
and the huge force* is erorklni
full   liliie        Besides   the lerrj
wmk a   number of boilers   .11.
in course of construction   lor
lOCUl brills.
As  stated   by Mr. UcOoUgal
niial lax sale be held on Tins    ,',*. outlook for a busy  summer
dav. Sept   6th, at  I o'clock         is 1 \. t ptiolialh  good,
The Ilny eii out t ,,nd Frederick  —	
1 ".ul local improvement bylaws
yyere Introduced and pass,,I h
tin* council,
The Board of Works Imam ial
reports   and wage   bills    were
pissed and payment authorised
FERRY NOTICE
\ lalac alarm turned in'"
the lire station yesterday l< mi
tin corner of Jones and 151b
street gave the brigadi 1  run
Smoke Iron •!  hush  llll W.is llii
cause ol the alarm
The (erry stramer St. George
will be laid off (or annual inspection
on Thursday and Itiday, June thr
23rd and 24th, I'l 10.
T. M. HEARD,
Manager
LACROSSE
Final arrangements hay,
been completed for a lacr.ssc
mate It on the isl of Jury in
North Vancouver al the tutci
11011 grottuda. It will be North
Vancouver vs. New Westmin
st« I intermediates .unl tin
game yyill be held about   three
o'clock in the afternoon, North
Vancouver  boys have made   .hi
1 y, 1 III iit showing in their    n
ilil  BiatChea and expect  by ilil
■ ni practice tO tn.ik, a strong
bid for first honors oa Doiinn
i'.n D.iy. although the visiting
11.1 tn liaain Westmlnsti 1 are re
..I   to la-   exceptional!}
Well  np III  the game .md    si	
sktllul sink handling is looked
lor Irotn loth sides.
The happy lishing part', composed ol Messrs. C. S. Voung,
Dr, J. C. Morrison, C. Thornton, C. Pierce, T. Prime and iV.
Braim returned on WcdiiesJ.*;'
after having spent n very «a-
Joyable   and   successful   lishing
expedition up Powell rivr.
They brought home with thou
over loo speckled I.e.i'il: s md
lliis, in addition to the number
they ate while in camp, brought
the lotal calch up lo ubout
300. Transportation ci.es afforded both coming and j.oing
in Mr. Brum s launch and to
the launch ride the members of
the party attribute a large a-
mount of the pleasure uf their
outing.
On arrival at the Powell liver those ol the parly who bad
been there belore were struck
with the vast amount ot improvements which had heen accomplished since their lasl visit. The Powell Kiver Taper
Mills Company have established an enormous plant at the
mouth uf Powell river and is
at present employing at least
500 nieli. The Company is proposing to erect a dam at the
mouth of the river near their
establishment for the purpose
of increasing the already enormous wai, 1 powei which is 11-
vailablc and tills proposed dam
is s.ud will be the means of
raising lhe wants of Powell
lake about 10 feet.
At the southern end oi the
lake the lisherineii Were met by
U guide   who   willl  his   launch
transported the whole outfit np
to   the   mouth   ..i Goaf   1 r •.
which empties Into Powell Lnhe
about hall way  up.      Cl".-e   lo
tin*  ihon   was  located   the
guide's   camp   where    excellent
accommodations nreri provuWl
during tin* whole lime lhat was
spent un the lake.   Pishing waa
done partly ,,i th, in,11! 01 l'ow •
ell lake and up Coat riy..' and
in Coat lake nul in all thice!
yy.iius exceptional luck was
had Numerous deei Hi]
were seen,  but   blllill  was   mil-
spictious by his absence, On ilm
way back some roUgh    ,c. itlier
was encountered and ih.* launch
'was forced to seek shelter in a
COTe "li Texada lslili I. 01 hi I -
wise tm mishaps wire met w Ith,
'The party were absent In in the
city just six days.
SUNDAY OPEN AIR SERVICE
Mi   Kaitie, a si iub nt ol Westminster Hall,  will  .'llii,*!.    ,.t
the services to be held In Lons-
dale ('.aniens on Sunday after-
noon, weather p. rmittini ,  nn*
dei tin auapii 1   '•( thc C, E ol
Si     An.lie«      church     Ri».
Day is   ..I   l.y nu  \ alley   u   I   lo
have ipoken  last Sund 1    hot
..ii account ..I iln ci.t   late  of
the grass the st l\ lit   " as p .st-
poned, TWO
THK EXPRESS, NORTII VANCOUVER, B. C.
LADIr SWASH
si ns
Ladies' Linen Suit*, in oreiini nnd natural, latest cut
in .-etui - litt^ng I'oais. pleated skin,
s|irri:tl price .. 	
Lad it's .•Mrij.i- pints, -iinilar iii above itvle,
in I lue and white, anil brown and white
'iiliauiin Blue Suit, well
I.a ltl'8   I'latll I n|
in., le, price
0.75
8.50
7.95
iADIES' WHITE LINEN SKIRTS IN
DES1UNS-ALL PRICES,
ALL
.). .). McALEECE
KEITH BLOCK    LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
a _s__—\f—__K_ymi^n-f.i:. ant
I.VNN    VALLEY    CONCERT whose name did not appear on
the program, ftn a piano solo
st. Clement's hall, Lynn Vai  which  received much applause,
lev,  was  crowded beyond   lhe and   which -ave evidence   that
doors Wednesday eveninK at the;ahe   was   an   .mist   ol   more
guud concert given undei   the lhan ordinary standing.    Ur,
auspices ul the Knglish church, Sydney Humphrey gave a coupling before the chairman, Rev. le ol humorous stunts lor which
H. H. Gillies, took his place on I be w.is accorded hearty and
the platli'iin standing room prolonged applause and a inu
in the hall was nol lo be had large bunch oi (ems al thecon
and spectators acre hanging on elusion,     The    Parish     Glee
song, "A Soldier's Song," llr.
Percy    Ward ;    piano     solo,
"Overture   to   Zampa,"    Mr.
I Ward ; duet, "Snowdrop,"  Mr.
and Mrs. C. l'\ .lackson ; song,
Miss    Laing;   songs,   selected,
Mr. Sydney Humphreys ; piano
Iduet, Miss Gladys Kirkland and
IMr.   .lohn   Alexander;   song,
Miss   Neat;    song,   selected,
iMr. Ailaltlsoii, I!. C'S. lavorite
coon singer; glee "Ye Catte,"
Pariah Glee Singers; song,
"Cuine into the Garden, Maud"
Mr. t. Underwood and son;
"My Ain holla," Mr. Percy
Ward. Mis. Douglas was accompanist,
The piano used was the properly ol llu* Ninth Vaneouver
Music Store which was kindly
loaned to the church lor ihe
entertainment,
The proceeds oi the concert
were in aid ol tin' church lands
and this was added lo materially by Mis. Adams who turned oyer the entire receipts ol
the ilay Iroin her tea gardens
to swell the amount, Mrs. Adams also kindly provided Un
Chinese lanterns (or the oca
sion and the only disagreeable
feature of the affair was that
some young persons who should
have had more respect foi
themselves carried oil some ol
the lanterns.
to tin* window ledges and cran
ing iinir neck Irom every poin
"I y Ullage to get a look in.
Along tin route liom the car
to     the*    llall    Was     lined      bv
Chinese lanterns which pioym
id light as well as decoration.
Tin program, » hich was pr.*
vided principally bv N • ■ 1111
Vnncouver .md Lynn Vallei
tab tu. was one i,i iln lusi ever
■mn iu iln \ allej .nul is like
h ta, remain s,, f,,r some lime
It w.is also length) .md heiori
tin large audit im Irom North
Vancouver   found   their
home it    was   will on  to
night.
Singers, Mr ami Wis. C 1''
.lackson, Miss Gladys Kirkland
,nul Messrs, .1. Alexander and
Pen y    Ward wele also pailiiii
Lule good    Miss Hetty Cameron   antl   Miss   Laing   of North
Vancouver gave a very credit
,ibh   rendering of their respec
lice  numbers,    During the   in
lermissioU between tin* hlsl llllll
second part ol the program
lea, ice cream and refreshments
win served bj the ladies of lln
ibiiiib
The program w.is as (ollows
way   Song,   Mrs   Campbell ;    pinni
iiii'l   sol". "Lyric Suite," Mr. Wal
son;;.   "Asleep in  the   Deep.
spunil mention  can   hardly Mr.  Varnes;  glee "Donn   N ■
be ni,uh ot am particular Item tn   Ma Honey,"  Pariah Glei
as all   were particularly  well singers;   son-,   "Carianima
rendered   and   enthusiastically Hiss Cameron; sketch, Mr. Il
received       Mis      Burmeistei McPherson   ami  ]•'    Diplock;
PLEASED   WITH NOKTIl
VANCOUVER
Mr.   and   Mrs.    Clement    B.
Robertson  ol Cincinatti, Ohip,
alt* spending a week the gllests
oi llieir brolher at the Hotel
Vancouver. Mr. C. Robertson
has been appointed agent lot
the Cleat West Life Assurance Co. for the interior ol
Hritish Columbia with head
quarters at Kamloops. Speak
ing oi North Vancouver, Mi
Robertson   was   highly   elated
over the present prospects of
lhe city and lhe marked advaU
cement that has been made m
the lasl two or three years.
NKW WESTMINSTER
1;n uu all present appearances
lhe salmon run this vear will
be small. Practically tm lish are
ill the river at present and the
(ew lisheriiieii who have been
..nt are lacing "fi till the pros
peels look a little brighter,
HOARD OF TRADE
. + .«. + .a>. a>.+ .+ .a>.a>.-fa«. + . + .+ . + .*..+ . + • + >+ . + «->>+ *")* • ♦ • ♦ « ♦
♦
SATURDAY
and
MONDAY
18th snd 20th
GRAND
OPENING
4
SATURDAY
♦
and
♦
MONDAY
4
18th and 20th
e
;
or
Carpet Department
and Parlor Furniture
UP  STAIRS
W< have pM fee rived some
y.iy pn-tty pallor (urnilttre
and ra*v chain.    Pried  u<
■•XCrnllllglv    low.    -    -    -    -
COUCHES
AND DAVENPORTS
PARLOR TABLES
LIBRARY TABLKS. Etc.
ROCKERS
We extend to the public ol
North Vancouver an invitation to see our New Department. ^ Come and SEE
whether you want to buy or
not as wc have a fine line ol
CARPET SQUARES
CURTAINS
AND DRAPERIES
MATTING, RUGS AND
MATS.
A special meeting of the executive of the Hoard of Trade
wa.s held in the citv hall Tuesday   afternoon   for the purpose
of receiving the report oi the
delegation   which   Interviewed
Mr. I). D. Mann lasl week   attd
to formulate an Invitation to
Mr. Mann to visil North Vancouver on his return to the
coasl.
President W. .'. Irwin was in
the chair.
Mr, I'hilip reported for the
delegation which wa.s composed
of lhe president, Mr. A. Philip
and Mr. 0. H. Horden.
Mr. Mann was met in the hotel Vancouver and courteously
granted   an   Interview.     Mr,
I'hilip said that Mr, Man was
greatly     surprised     that    the
bridge scheme was so far
ahead and was rather inclined
to think that the bridge v.nul.!
inn be [orthcoming as soon as
lilt   North Shore people "\pcel-
ed ii. Mr. Mann evidenced a
Hieat deal of interest in ti',*.*
project and what the delegates
liatl to sav and yyheit told that
tin* finances (or the construction
of lhe Second Narrows bridge
yvit'e at) assured (act he yyas   i
greeablv pleased,
Vsked bv the delegates if he
yyoiild accept an invitation I"
visil North Vancouver he said
lint he WOUld he back to tin
coast in about a month anil on
his return would be delighted
to accept,
Tin* report yens received yyith
s.i*it|iii.uu .ipi'.lX .1" |>JV"i[ .u|l
ci| llo|| M'js'ni's |o p'.ip |B3jl e
pit sent and the following
letter-gram yyas moved by Mi
I'hili]) iii be despatched at once
io Ah. Mann in the easl : "The
Board of Trade of North   Van
couver heartily invitee vou on
your   return   to   this   coast to
visit Norih Vancouver and at
npl    hospitality at  ils   hands
Kindly   let   us ktioyv when   yon
are likeh  to be here."
Mr, ('.. II Morden considered
thai there yyas great possibili
lies in cultivating au acquaint
anceship yyith men of the
Stamp ol Mr Mann | li" has
shoyvn more than kiiulL Into
est   iii Nortli  Vancouver's  tt
(ans, and he heartily concurred
in the proposition.
Mr. Philip saul lhat tin* tlis
trict council yycl'e m SCCOfd
yyith lhc suggestion aiul yyoiild
undertake to furnish vehh lea lo
take the distinguish! I gUeBI all
over the distri.i.
Relative to telephone in,liters
Mi Partner reported that lu-
had interviewed the local management who had inl,.iincil him
lhat the head of the olhce in
Vancouver was desirous id
meeting with a committee in
regard to N V telephone mat
ters.   Mr, Parmer said that in
yyas   Informed thai  pin.ile   ,ii
rangementa    were now  tradei
way iu connection yyith the lo
cal service* yyhieh when c "tuple 1
ed would greatly facilitate the
presenl sere ice
A committee was accordingly appointed composed of the
president,   A. I'hilip and .1. R
.1. Murrav.
The    intervieyy    was to   taki
place the following morning,
ST.
ANDREW'S AND CAIH
DONIAM SOCIETY
inr store that save* yoei money
THE N. V. HOME FURNISHERS
128 Lonsdale Avenue
This society had their regular
monthly meeting on Tuesda}
evening, and after business yy.is
finished a soda] prog nun wu
entered un, There was a large
gathering ol ladies and gentle
men In his opening address
the president, Mr. I'hilip, called
alletiliaati   I,,   ihe   fail   that   I
luge propoi tion oi those prea
fin were len coaere from the
home land who had arrived
some time last I'tiday, some on
Monday and a number that
morninc, and he c\tended a
very hearty welcome- to them.
The object, In* said, of that) M
ciety was to make the new
land as homelike as possible,
and to establish a bond nf union miuitic fcllovy countrymen
here.     An .it curly  part on the
program Mr. George Shepherd
read  an excellent ami thought
fill essav on the days and   exploits of  Sir  William Wall,,,,
ami in appreciation ..I it at its
close   the   audience    rose    and
satin "•''' gfenl ""*' Scotland's
National Anthem "Suits Whs
Hai "
Daring the evening smt^s were
rendered by Mr* Gallagher ami
Miss Simpson and Miss Gra
ham, Baillie, B.tblyy in. Mc lv ill.
ami a short ilatii'e program lol
lowed     Altogethi i a most m
,(,i,(,(,t.(,lil,|ii,|.|.|'l'l'|ii|,t,(,|.|iH'l'l'''*'*'t't'i't'»i   jovablc evening was spent   and
Pioneer Dry Goods
GENT'S FURNISHING STORE,
Corner Second and Lonsdale.     Phone 53
=SPEC1AL=
ANNOUNCEMENT
To demonstrate to the shoppers o( N. V. and district that we
can supply dry goods and gents' furnishings at prices as low
as Vancouver, we are having an Introductory Sale to commence Saturday, June 18th, reductions regardless of cost.
THE CURRY CO.
THK  BRIDGE
is DOMING si'liK   Now is TIIK TIMK, To BUV UFORI
MUCKS AI'VIMI*. AOAM,
NORTII   LONSDALE
IS iail\i; Tl) UK ONI OK TIIK KIN'KST ItK.slIIKNTlAl,
SECTIONS OK NOUTII VANCOUVKR,
Out) lol on Nye street, MOstS! leet, lor HM;  tlie miner nui.l Iihvk
niont-v.   yVc Inne tlie adjoining l"t Iinteil nl fftOII.
om- let un Ksm-x turn, HAsIB fast, al f-ioo
We have .in (ii'l nn Keith road, half a blink (nun ear, Inr  (MOO
.'II leel "li Tliirtt'enll'ulreel, elenre.l, oiie hi..ik Ironi ear, »t ..  .    $780
II yen ceaict any ..I lhe Shots ml 'iiinily.
t, ey. v.ii,,*
AV. Markle
G. W. VANCE & CO.
tor   Mh ,S Lonsdale   Phone 176       Brunch OfHce-lynn Valley
Bressey
Peers & Boult
REM. ESIAIE
lilsiuiiinr
Notary Public
Phone
11
NORTH VANCOUVER TERRY TIMETABLE
STBAMBI BT GHORGB
STR. NORTH VANCOUVER
Leave Van.      Leave N. Van.    Leave N. Van.      Leave Van.
'6.Jo a.m.
7-3«  "
8.30 "
9.15 "
10.15 "
11.15 "
12.15 P"1
1.15 "
2.15 "
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Time
•6.45 a.m.
7-5»   "
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9-45   "
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Table subject
*6.2o a.m.
•720 "
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on Sunday.
to change without
.tn.
•6-45
•8.00 "
•8.50 "
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12.45 P-m
1-45 "
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12.00
1.00
notice.
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
Launch "Wist Vancouycr," Captain Findlay
Licensed lor 35 passengers
TIM ICT A HLI'.	
la-am V«nr-iei»«r
Hiillaimrn Wliarl (:1"  f"'if''  Wll,rl
(very Daq In-1 (it Sunday    -
7,30 a.m. 8.00 a.m.
9,00 a.m. 10.00 a.m.
11.00 a.m. n.oo a.m.
13.00 p.m. 14.00 p.m.
15.00 pm. 1 fi. 00 pin.
17.00 p.m. 1H.00p.n1.
te-.oop.ni aalurdiva Only  ait.oo p.IB,
y.30 a.m  Sunday tv-h-dtile 14-00 p.m.
17.00 pm  "  12.00 pin.
Single Tare 15c.       Two Tickets 26c.
Onickest route Irom North Vancouvi 1 to tlu* dlstricl beyond
Capilano Rivet I..nuuli "West Vancouvei" makes connections, without fail, with the lerrv stc<.nicrs from North Vancouver, as per above schedule,
„ put- broke ap ftofUj sl
1 midnight,
the  I
Mrs    1'iinlley  .ind lut dattgh
els.   Misses   A   tad M     hind
he, ol Dundee, SmtLiiiil, nr-
rlved in the uty this week di
ted Iii'iii the did Sod .nul .in
,11 present  staying yyith  (In.
SiltipsOtl "II  I'lth street. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THREE
^MiiViVWi^wy^wyw«v»ii^w»»i«Wii^
JET JEWELLERY
still attracts the attention of fashion, and this sen
son will be much in evidence as an adornment
among young and old.
Our stock of this jewellery which has won such
universal favor, consists o( a well clusen assortmint
of the best "WHITBY " which we are placing on
the market at most reasonable prices*
ITALIAN  CAMEOS
The genius of art which once made Italy famous throughout the world, still lingers in the cameos which are imported yearly from that sunny
clime.
Many masterpieces o( this work may be seen
in our new stock of brooches and rings, in sliell,
coral and corneleaii.
Upon these the artist lus employed infinite care,
every line and feature being shown as clearly as
though it had been moulded by the hand of nature.
We have a large stock of these cameos in as-
Sorted sizes unset, which we can mount in any design uf setting on short notice. They make most
handsome birthday gibs for mothers, sisters, wives
ur sweethearts.
HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
USD, K. Trorey,
Miiiiiiiiini: Hireetnr
,iWmmmmmiWm
Vancouver, B. C.
ALEXANDER SMITH in CO.
NORTH   VANCOUVIR
LONSDALE AVENUE ESPLANADE
FIRST STREET        BOULEVIRD
ANI) 1). L 265
We have exclusive sale of the best properties in the
above.    Call and inquire.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
11  Lonsdale Avenue
PhoBW-OfllM 24       Housi' 22       P.O. Box 60
Fresh and
Salt Fish
P. BURNS & CO. has installed a Fish
department, seperate from their Meat department, and are prepared to fill all orders
for Fresh and Salt Fish promptly.
Phone 11
LONSDALE AVE. near FIRST ST.
JUST OPENED
CLAVERIE  &   ARCAND have just opened on First
Slreet, Easl, an up-to-date
GROCERY STORE
where the public will be sure to find a good and (resh assortment of Groceries and Provisions, Fruits and Vegetables in
season, <J Mr. Arcand was with F. Filion of Vancouver
for the last eight years.
CLAVERIE & AKCAND
SPECIAL
Modern six roomed house in city, one-half block (rom Lonsdale Ave. Deliglitlul location, lot 40x150. Price $2200.
Terms JH75 cash, balance as rent.
Rest Buy in the Vicinity.
LINDSAY   6  CREELtUN
Real Estate, Inuirancr and Loans
ISO SECOND STREET
ST. AGNES CIU'KCII OI'KN-
[NG
The new Anglican church (Sl.
Affiles) on 12th slreel near the
Boulevard will be opened Ior
service at II a.m. and 1 p.m.
The plans lor the 1-iiililine-
were drawn bv Mr. Uevbtirn
Jtmeson, architect, under
whose supervision the building
has been erected. The contract
was awarded soon after Master
to Mi* Win. IfcNie, who has
carried on the work most satis-
factorilv and it will be completed during the present week.
The opening services will be
as follows :
BUNDAY, JUNH Nihil.00 11.111. - Formal npcnini;
service bv Yen. Archdeacon
I'm Ilea I l'i.
,Voo p.m.- Bvniu prayer
ami sermon bv Rev. C. C.
(heen,     rector     of    Christ
church, Vancouver,
MONDAV, JUNK 211th-
7.,lo p.m.-Laymen's Mission-
arc Haui|iict ; addresses h\
leading business nun of
Vancouver dty, as follows:
Mr. .1. Dodds, ol the Hank
of UNA. will speak on St,
AfM parish, ils present
and In 111 re.
Mr. T. W. Clark of Christ
Church speak- "li the I.nv-
men's Missionary Movement.
Mr. T. I,. r*ake of Sl.
.lames' chin eh speaks on
"The World Outlook," and
"Individual Respoiisibil
itv."
Mr. A. McC. Creery, treasurer ol the diocese, speaks
on the work of our own ili
ocese.
IDVI.K WYI.I)
The adjourned heal in*; of the
"Idvle Wyld" ease cuine up before the executive committee in
Victoria on Tuesday On beittj;
Informed that no agreement
had been reached between the
proprietors of the subdivision
and the distiict council the
committee resolved to refer ihe
matter to J. F. Garden, C.B.
(or adjustment. Mr. Garden
will take a survev of the property and report his decision to
the executive committee. Reeve
UcNaUght, who represented the
districi, returned yesterday.
We have a good list in 265.   A House and Lot on
17th for $2000.    Good Buys in 273 and 274.
A Good Lot on 4th Street for $3100.
BISSELL, BROWN & SNYDER
64 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
MAIN   OFFICE :-264 Hastings St.  E.,  near  Empress   Iheatre
pywiNc^
NKW FI.KKY
The new ferrv steamer now
under construction ,it ihe Wal
[lace shipyards, is showing excellent progress in the steel
hull work which is btiag handled   by   the   HcOottgal]  lenkins
engineers,    The last framt is
now in plan- and the sliell
[plate was eoinineiucd vester-
Iday. There are about }j men
workini,' mi the job .nul the
|work is carried on under lln
siipeiinleiidaiiee ol Mr. McDoii-
|U, Viewed from a point
of  vaatagt the skeleton   frame
of steel ribs, keel, etc , presents
a niosi stable structure and
riVM promise that the Ferrv
Company's new boat will be a
credit to lhe service both in appearance and stability.
Double Corner 4th and St. George
Price $7,500.   Terms: l-.'l cash, bal. fi nnd 12 month*.
Third  Street
Lot 0, Block 137, D.L 274.   I'riee $210(1.    Terms:
1-3 cash, balance fi and 12 months.
These firiccs are far below Ihe market and only for it very iherl Iimt.
ELDER MURRAY CO.
I'll,Hit* :;; Saaill, Vnnnnio-r I'll**,,, IM V«„a,„n,r
Ollue llouri. iih.ih. lufcln |i.in.    Op#n Rrsnln**! bjr sppolotusnl
Aller nlliee bourn, phone LIU
Parisian Sage
Cures Dandruff
If it Don't The I.ousdale Pharmacy Will Give Vou Your
Money Hack.
Ves, Parisian Sa^e, the most
Invigorating h.iir restorer, cures
dandriill and crows hair. Tin
women ol Canada, who have
luxuriant hair, know it does,
and that is why thousands n
attractive women throughout
the land are regularly using It,
For years this almost marvel
Ions grower of lustrous and
beautiful hair was confined to
the elite of Kurope and New
Fork City, but about two ye.us
ago it was given to a select list
ol druggists, and todav ian be
obtained in any citv or ton ll
America where sm iei v women
of refinement dwell.
Parisian Sage i.s lhe ntosl .1.
lightfiil hair tonie iti the ceil.!
Il makes the hair suit   lustrous
ami luxuriant m a Un .1 >\ • li
is perfumed most il.iimih .unl
is not stiikv or grease It stops
falling hair, itires dandrufi un.l
Itching scalp in two weeks or
iiioinc  hack
The Lonsdale Phannacv sells
it for go cents a large Bottle,
and guarantees it, or direct, ill
charged prepaid, by Catiaili.m
makers, Ciroux Mfg. Co., Foil
Brie, Ont.
r
North
Vancoaver
Residents
PUBLIC NOTICE
On applicalion to R. V. Winch
& Co. Limited, Land Department,
Winch Building, the first person
offering a deposit can secure one
o( two delightful 6 room cottages
situate on on thc North-West corner of Bewick and 14th Avenue.
These houses are particularly well
finished, modern in every respect,
and to lhe man seeking a home on
the easy payment plan will do well
to call at once and explain to us
what terms will suit.
No reasonable offer will be refused.
Yours faithfully,
R. V. WINCH & CO.,
I IMI 111) |
Successors to
ROBERT WARD & CO., LTD.
THE GEM THEATRE
first street West
TIIK riNKST nr MOVING l'KTI'i::S
Entire Change of Programme Moiidav, Wi>diu"»day
and Friday
Wc cater to ladies and children, anil assure uui pstRUU
that nothing offensive or objectionsble will Im ihown.
Performances at 7.30 and 8.45 p.m.
Saturday    Matinee   at    2.30   p.m.
Admission 10c
Children 3c
PALACE
HOTEL
Ratfs :
Iti.oo per and up.
Special rales to families and to regular
boarders	
REDA 4. ANLRUSS
PROPRIETORS
SlCOND StRF.HT,
NOUTII   VANCOUVER. B.
1
A Modern Range at a Modest Piicc )
Ti     "CHANCELLOR"
It is madt on tin mosi
date plans with ipi i isl les-
tm.  points, 01. oi wl
DIVIDED   KLUE  SIKH'
win, li uiaki I liaikmi; a n al
pleasure
I Ins future pn c, nts the
possibility ol Ibe bsi k ol
ihe oven being botti i
than  starti  tbt  .1
eelni h   is   tin*  1 IH   ccitli
not) rtngM
Lt! us iboi cun tins ii'.tle
wrinkle. It don't cost yuu
any   BOH   in   cash,   but   is
ccurtii iniiih in result'
J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
Phone 58.
133 Lonsdale Avenue
North Vancoaver
Woodqard
We supply SIOVtWOOD any
lenglh required,
16 inch length, $2.75. per load
Cordwood, $4.50 per cord
Prompt DeJivi rv
l'hont 190 1', or
Double Corner, l.'itli ainl llendrv Avenue Bite
LOOi 117 feet. Priee$1300. Terme$400ceeh,
btlinee $300 in Augutii ii ind 12 monthi.
Lot 26-14*3033, Une corner. Price $376. Termi
$50 cash, balance at $10 per month.
Kirst Btreet, lol 4-W7-274.    Prise >• 0.   $8000
cash, balance 8, 12 ami IS monthi
MAY 6 BURNS
Real l:stali anal Financial Agent!
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Capilano Gardens
i
NORTH VANCOUVER
SUBDIVISION OF PORTION OF DISTRICT LOTS j:
601  AND 607=
THE WEST END OF NORTH VANCOUVER
MOST DESIRABLE RESIDENTIAL SITES i :
B.C. ELECTRIC CAKI.INE IN COUR8I OF CONSTRUI II11N TO THE PROPERTY   i
For Plans, Price Lists and Particulars, apply
jj Mahon, McFarland & Procter, Ltd.,    Bonthrone, Laniard & Co- jj
. Cor. Pender tnd Seymour 8U,   Phone 6S86     im Winch Bldg,      Phone 888 '.',
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THE EXPRESS. NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE KXPRESS
Nokiii Y c\. ui yik. 11  C
11.00
ll ui ■< or -i aaraiprioN
One ci*:,r
six montha   -
Three* month.    -       • *'.'a"i
United stale- and Korelgn,)l.SOperyesr
IDVI RT181NU  BATES
TllCN-HM      I1' *!'*  la      All! l'IUIM*:-|l*.\l's —
.VI centi |ia*r null each luwrtiun.
Loses Kotii i -, i "    *i 00 per Inch per
moiilli.
I.CM, AMI Till:* aa  Kcltll II     U 'I:IV*. (■''',
Ii'l   hlV, t,..,11.
smoothly and expeditiously  lo
.1 satisfactory conclusion,
PUBLIC HEALTH AS A \.\-
TVKAI. ASSET
The fundamental importance
ui ihe subject ol public health
i" uiu- natural civilization and
iiuliistn.il  elliciency   yy.is   con
cisclv   expressed   hy   the   chair
uian nl tin commission ol dm
Lsuai. Aiivi iii'MSi.  11r-t laasrtl 10 servation In his inaugural  ad-
',,„-,*,ri„  .*.i,i'Miii,'i'lenii.i-r. d       before the First  Annual
tH'ii, M. pel line.
i;:>l"s. Nones- n Locu Sawa Cm Meeting ol the Commission.   In
i" ■■■''- perlluci  a.i, unrtioa iiUs connection Mi   Silton
OoSTSACI   A*      ITOSassTl    Italtl   *ir-
ran.* i| .a*    * linn n> -|aaa*a* taken,
.MI'Ii.cii..*'-iii ilrael nelvertlaeuicnti
nm.t I.. i  Iiiimliul in.* prluaer hy
M'sdn-ndaj cvfiiingloeiiinre |iublh«llon
ill tlie Bell l-lle
-
sail
in part : "The physical strength
.a|    the people   is  the     1'csoiirec
bidding farewell to Uw* W, C.
Schlichter and wife, who left
this week for Noi ih Vancouver.
A program consisting ol music
and speeches occupied the larg.
cr portion oi the evening, after
which the ladies of the church
served light refreshments. Mr.
and Mrs. Schlicter have heen
residents ol this city (or the
past few veins and during their
stay here have made many
friends who are sorry to see
litem leave the citv.
NELSON
a \
lyio
SOLVING THE GRADES
PROBLEM
There are sicjts that a n ai
tiun has set in as against lhe
unfortunate , ntroversial --pn
it yyhieh has characterised the
progress "I tin discussion ol the
question oi grades on citj
streets and that the process ol
recrimination and reprisal
which has developed is to give
place lo .i spirit of eoiieil.ili.
At a well attended meeting
del   ill   the   Hoard   of    Trade
rooms recently  the cpiestion   of
establishing a   local   nursery
yyas   discussed and   the following resolution yy.is passed :
unscrupu-l   "That in the opinion of this
lives and meeting s  local  nursery   gob
ihould be organised and
that this meeting lie adjourned
until Tuesday, June 7, mm, a
which time the organisation ol
ie pro-
CHILLIWACK
all
y,ilm    Extreme am
inns regard for the
health of the population may be P*"?
laken  us the I est criterion  oi
the  degree ol real civilisation
and refinement to which a coun-1 such a company sha
try hu attained.   It cannot be ceeded with.'
s.ml   thai  tl  has   received   too	
imnh   attention,   though   thc
provinces,  the Dominion,  and
tin* municipalities have health pnsent   prospects    Indicate
administrations all doing eflec-|-j,a* ,|u,rc wjh i)c , heavy crop
live .nul useful work. There are, ,,[ _\ kisitl^; of field produce and
however, many branchea ol the fruita In the Chilliwack Valley
sullied, general in their charac- -j,js vt.ar    'nu. [r„ji cr0p [t n.
ler yyhieh   liieril  attention. The  pected   to he   the   heaviest one
Dominion spends hundreds oi ii,,u the growers ol the Vallev
tli.iis.iiuK ni dollars in eradic have have heen cnlled to handle
ating the diseases ol animals, yet, and preparations arc being
and the work, it is pleasing to-mwU ,,v ll"' ia,im'n °*erator
know, is being done with  thor-
This a.i itsell  is a notabli step  oughness
and the dlflerent tramporta
lion companies to handle tin
crop  that  is  promised.    Twc
llnl no similar    ef-
toward an amicable solution ol  fort is madi lo meet the rav-1 things have helped towarda the
this   vexatious   problem   and  .ires of diseases aiming human promise of the h.-avv crop, one
rives around for the hope lhat  being, smli, t g., as lubwcnlo-
ratepayers (or the purpose* a.t
purchasing property and Constructing a new citv hall with
a lockup in connection.
is the   Increasingly large acreage annually coming Into hear
the communit) will ahortl) Is  sts, ^ lim, tie other ia the  Im
delivered from a condition ol That there ia a great work to proved methoda the besl grow*
all,uis in ever) ymy regrettable he clone in cheeking the inroads ers are adopting in the handling
.nul .1,iiim,ni.il to the  welfan   ol tuberculosis is evidenced   hv  "1 their orchards
,, ,  i ,      ,  ,a ,*       r   ,i,        lhe  Uiilliwack   council    will
,,| in* cilv. the mortality  st.ilisties ol   the
, shortly sttlimit a bylaw   to the
liy ,i unanimous vote the* city   last census,   In the census yeai
council mi Monday evening   in- there were   1,700 deaths Irom
-.iiinicl  tin  mayor to call  a the   disease in Canada,   Or, in
publh   meeting "i 'he ratepn) othei words, twelve deaths out
cis [or 'in express purpose  "i "i every hundred in ihat   year
appointing .1 ratepayers'   com were due to tubercttlaaia.   And
mittee tn conler wiih the   cil) yet   tuberculosis  is classed   b)
council with a vien to arriving modern medical science   as .1
at a practicable basis "i s,uU* preventahh   di c ise.    Thc   re
nu tu "I lhe dispute yyith filet stilts   w lu. li havi   .icefued from
elice  to  ■.tint ;',l'.iclcs    This   ,1, iscielltiln   treat Imllt   of this (lis
tion Involves a cm important ease, in privati .nul philanthro
eoiiussioii npon tin pari aai .,11 pii    institutions  have  proven
parties  \\ 111.11 in tin   ordinary sinecssiul  tn .1 marked  degree
1..nts, ,,i events should exert  a particularly in the earlier sts
most   s.ilut.irv   Influence   upon ^es ol the disease.   The elicits
the situ,in..11      Having   lieen "i     tlic    local    government
called *iiiihnin,uivilv bj unan through the public health  de
iin,,us vote ol the city council partment lo combat  the   ad-
tins meeting ol the ratepayers vance ol this malady are ol  a
will  iiccess.iiiK   be recognised moal  commendable nature and
by the aldermen as representing •>  similar departure npon  the
the entire hody of electors, and pan  ot lhe Dominion govern
mat  ,m   particular section ol ment ta a broader Geld would
ih.in is wonld probaM) he thi he in the interests ol human
case were the meeting called by I ^   ■""l   nUjfoui   govern-
the mayor In respoane to the ment,
number cd indivi-
Nelson Manf'g Co.
ESPLANADE,   Kant 01
.V V.l.i'Minai  Co.'l IVI n.i.
AWNINGS
TENTS
SAILS
N. NELSON. Proprietor
thk mmm
i; ■
Lonsdale
al l'erry
alFa,      llll
Avenue,
Lending
ill''
ALL  KINDS
FEED   AT
LOWEST I'ii
ol
c
We ai».i iiainaiii* ih.* toUo-risi In
POULTRY SUPPLIE8:
M K. thi. k K I.
M K. Chicken t'lli'l'.
Sn ill.' Heel S, r;i|a-
Myer'n Poultry Bpiea
LaaS1 hire Killer,
Wheat in twoftsdea,
S 'M ill alio "llillllitil'l.
THY SWIFTS' A Us
NATE OK LEAD
The Real Summer Hpraj
mi ihe market,
ALL KiNds of
Fertilizer*
FOR UWNaNd garden
Provincial   News
Nl'LSON
reipiest
duals,     'llu  status oi this 10111
mittee   in   approaching    the
hoard nl  aldermen hy invite
tion and *is tin  oiiui,il ni'i'
Mitativei "I tin yyll.de hod) ,\ llloviineiit is on foot ill the
o( ratepayers must "1 necessity 'kelson district lending incccrd
he stieh  that   lln   .ilihriilitl   will   the   estalilishllictil    ol   a     Iniil
urcori th. mosl  nursery.   Public meetings haw
, , ,.        been held ami the scheme seems
n* 11    co is uh ia *,,        , , ,,,
feasible .md   appears probable
lion i"  whatever  propositions ,,, ,„, ,„ls|l(,| ,,, „ smu.ssi„i js
mny In submitted by lhat coin   s,n*    ,\i present 75 per cent
in pn p.ni d t
cordial   and
iiiiitn in tin course "I iiiiiiiii
stions, yy lule am lhe other hand
tin committee will bi prepand
in i.i..ive yyith open mind  .my
information  yy hi' h hs   nol   as
yet    luili    siiliinilliil  ill    yyliiih
has ii"i i" 1 ived due ronaider-t
tion.
Ilv   1111 .ills ol   ihls   ' ype.l.i '.il
ibe whole question yytll be    I
IllOVed       llllll,       till       III,it     aa|       a       I'
trovers] and yyill be dealt yyttii
in ,1 1.ilm and di liberate in.ninn yytih iln "It purpose "I
finding  some common ground
upon yy In, h all p.n 1 ns can rn, t
and upon whii h 1 an he based .1
. 01
the frull trees si t out are said
to be imported, lhe nurseries ol
Hritish Columbia being quite
unable lo meet lhe demand,
Pierce &
Hall
Snceeason to
THACKER a TlliiliNTON CO.
2); acres in Lynn Valley,
on Center Uoad, near cariine.
Special for short time $3000;
small payment,  easy lermv
Level and partly cleared.
Third Street Kast, sec.ami
hlock Irom Lonsdale, lot
50 x un | only $15110 cash re-
quired.   I'riee* $4,100, long
terms.
i. o. o v.
North Vancouver Lodge, No
55, meets every Thut sday evening, corner Lonsdale avenue nnd
First street, at « o'clock Visiting brethren cordially invited to
attend. .). Kelly, N C. ; A. I.
Kennedy, Kec. ear.; J. Ei, lulling. Kin.-sec.
Iho
K
ANDIE
ITSHEN
"IT'S THE
PLACE"
K. Ili'iini'i,     b J lonsdale
I inui*ie Corner 15th and
Mahon Ave.. $3000, 'a cash
balance six and twelve mos.,
close to car, ideal lioniesiti*
Snap on Keith Koad, near
Boulevnrd, cleared Price
$1300.
I'lliiM  110
III 2nd M.
Rj
MmiillarUiicri.f
ill kind* ni Mi'Mi'ti mill MUqM innnt.ir.
Uattf, (Iinir Hank nli>l Un' Kivmr**    ll. |*ir
ing in nil ll* I" I '
PietON l-'ntinihK.      Kurnitiirr v:
173 THIRD STREET, W.
MAIL  IIRPIKS  .Hall    lal.'llll*'
THE NORTH VANCOUVER
SCHOOL 01 MUSIC
Pianoforte
Organ
Violin
Singing
Violin Cello
Comet
Klute
Mrs. W. S. Btirniesler A.K.A.M
Mr. T. W. Ward
Mr. L. Davies, L.V.B.M,
Mr. l'aul Edmonds
Mrs. Grace Harding l'ratt
Mr. L. Davies, L.V.B.M.
Mr. L. Davies, L.V.B.M.
We are here to establish ,l lirst class School of Music
and have, regardless ot expense, obtained the service ol
musicians who have the highest diplomas for teaching 011
the Padfis Const.
Call at our establishment at 143 Lousdale Ave., Interview our teachers and judge (or yourself.
TKRMS MODKRATK
North Vancouver Piano Co.
l'lione ill. IIS l.niisihili' Avenue,
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
Nurtli Vancouver nml Vancouver
rity ica.i siiiiiirii.in Properly,
Arrets*, SnL-liivsia o-
EstatN niiiiinijeil, Kentj collected
Bnilaw OhaMM
Ann.in..nlli  ol ShIi'b  ilimoiinti-il
Foot ol Lonsdale Ave., Nortii Vancouver, B. C.
TELEPHONE tk) V. O. HON 114
NORTH LONSDALE
A (,ood jo IT LOTCLOSB TO NEW BOULEVARD
EXTENSION.    I'un Ijoo, ,'; cash, balance in 6 and
11 montha   I lus is .1 map
CLOSE TO WATERFRONT um SECOND NARROWS
I W.i guud lots ^;s . .11 h, 5 iim 1 .i-.li .m.l tlu halance in t'
and 11 months.     Ihese are Ut Win*, market value.
QUBENSBI R\ HEIGHTS, ctoai lo car Una, a food triple
"mi'i 1(0x147 feet cleared and graded    M330, Jiooo
cash, bal 1011 6, 13 and 18 montha
Cha.s. E. Lawson t» Co.
,, v -iiu'iiilin 1   1  1 y«-,i\
isi-.ii Katate Specialists     ij Lonsdale Ava        l'lione 70
Hot Points
For the Man
LJ. n 'l .1 1 ll.l 11 a <*  to  ph .isi   the-
yy.l.
Order  al -ar ,1   loan " HOT
I'OINT"
Ti 11 days trial, In I lor asking.
□ h .isiui ,111,1 1 imilort on ironing day.
Only iron on market guaranteed lor two years.
|aVWl now. it   will please  lui.
(Meat*   tint  and   ' coiioniical.
I ry one now and In 1 om uh ed
B. C. Electric Railway Company, Ltd.
50 Lonsdale Avenue.
IIIIIIHIIII
+
IIIIIM»H»»HHHHH»HHH»»
-U-LIJJJ-t.
Phone    198
"THE CANADIAN FINANCIERS, LTD.
* ■
SHEEP CRKBK
A deal Ims inst luen concluded in the Sheep Creek Gold
Mining Camp which furnishes
fresh iyniinii iimt this section
ol the province is he*;*inning to
uttr.Ht Un* attention of largo
operators. The deal which has
just recently transpired places
Kobt II Leach, managing dl
i.a iaar ol Hn Britannia Mines
and tin I rott n smelter at tin
coast and hi'* associates in tin
two latter concerns into pons*
permanent adjustment rf out-1 eerion ol the Clyde-Bell group
, „ 11,    1  the vendors m lhc case  being
si.lll'llll:'   .lilli rellies. , „      „     ,,,,,, ,     ,      ..
,   ,  , .     Dr. \\   II   Will.on mid   .1.   (.
Devlin,   Thc price paid is said
lhe CO
li 1 appoint) d l>y the rati ps 11
meeting  1   ■ 1*0 loi  yyliiih   yyill
I    I*.     ■ I Tl *    I Malll,   ilu*   11.
habilitii ■ "l 'Hi" ** hm bi  the
c\. 1.im   ..I diie discretion with
• ii" tins iiim, ilu re Iocs
not   appeal   anj   reason   whj
to be approximately Jtoo,	
(•NAM) PORKS
A largi crowd, composed of
memberi oi the Methodist
church and ilnn liunds, as-
seinliled ul  tlu  . Iniiih oil Tiles-
North V ancouver ::
■ ■
Coal and Supply Co. :j
Dealers in Coal, Brick,
Sand,   Gravel,   Lime,
Cement   and   General
Builders' Supplie**.
All   Orders   1'nunptly
hilled and SstislsCtiOI.
Guaranted.   Prices on
Application,
Office: Lonsdale, near City Wharf
Warehouse:       Forman's W
liar1
E. PALMER
SI0NI ANI) lliliik
CONIRACTOR
Ml   I 1 I Ass itruttti re
matters    should   not    mov« day evening loi lhi purpose ni I Phone 170
PO Box IU
First Slieel lols in lust hlmk laat nl I
dah*.   \n sscelleai InvaaBneot
$()()()0 each,    (looil terms.
Fourth Street, neat Mahon :.v>lt h'i. own*
ailMini- la   s,*|l.
jintKI.        I ,aa,|||    |, fHIS,
Sixth Street in Llo. kc 70, D. L. J71 soil  lol
line location, e, I vu w ol Iinir nd Iall I
$1300,    Terms.
Third Sii" 1
$()}()().    Good tl iin*
Lun-,Id-, tust blk.
Fourth Street. Llcick 13. !>  L. 273
JIHIM),   ReawaaUa Terms.
Third Sire, t, 1,|,„ k ll, D, L. 273.
$l(X)fl.     ' 1 cash, I,Diane 1 d il months
What is ilu   us,* ,,( paymi; rent     Huy » lot
in our in yy labdivisiM in l.y 1111 ValWjr, jusi
1 lew ininiiles liom the car.   (iood soil, line
yu iv.    Large lots, sirs s?M.S" h'11     l'i
prices range Iroiii ,<jso to 1)00    Ti rnis as
hue .is 5;s down aad Ito pn month    liny
will not last long ai thane prices
:: 14 LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 215
Head Oilice 632 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C
-W4-W4-H4-H-M-I4 t-H-H I-H-l-H-H-H-M-H-l THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
These Lingerie Dresses Will Meet
Your Idea of Becoming Style.
Refreshingly cool and attractive, exclusive
in design and decidedly moderate in price.
With ample assortments we arc prepared
to attend to your every need in summer
dresses tor Women, Misses and I'hildren.
The models we show may be relied upon
as authoritive,
IN DRESSES FOR WOMEN
Wl-  shtM  numerous stylus  in Mills,  Lawns and
Mtiflioi in white anil ilainty siiiimirr shades.
Some special values at H7.50, $8.50 and* 11.50 Sti li.
IN DRESSES FOR MISSES
Tlie sliowinn is very replete with many new side
garments in Lawns. Muslins and dainty Mills for
ages 8 to 18 years. The larger sizes are also suitahle
(or small women. I'riees rSS|S Irom l.t.75 to $1(1.50
according to style and age.
Childreiis' clu MM for ages 6 mouths to 8 years at
75 cents lo $7.75 each.
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
575 Granville Street. Phone 3541
MERCHANTS' FLOAT
Representatives    frnin    the
merchants and liuiuilfni'Hirers
of litis city B»t in the store ol
Wm nl 81 Soli lust Tuesday relative   tn   making   arrangements
lur ■ combined merchaati and
manufacturer's Hunt to he I
part of the Industrial parade on
the ist nf .Inly. A great deal
ol interest was manifested and
il was found that over tort*
of this class of Imsiness concerns in the city were willing
to take an active part in the
scheme, After fully discussing
the pros and cons of the proposition it was decided to appoint a committee to go into
'he matter as to cost and the
formation ol the lloat. The
Committee appointed Wete as
follows: J, t. (I C, Wood,
chairman, Messrs. Crook, ,1. B,
I'aine, A. K. Stcacv, 0, Carpenter, .1. Mmris and 11 W,
Fuller, secretary. This Committee will report hack lo .1
general   meeting to lie held   ill
Mr.  Wood's  store  mi    Pride]
evening at s o'clock.
NofrrH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
10NDUCTKI) H
THE hisses DAWSON
Orli:,a*,u„,| Suruii'iil, Medical mid
Maternity Nnrwii
Nurses Sent Out on Application
I'or termi apply at the Hospital
Cor. llth Street A St. Andrew's Ave
PHONE  69
c
1ONTENTKD
USTOMl'RS
ARRY
ONVICT10N
OURTEOUS
IVILITY
ONQUER.S
ONTRARINESS
For  onion   and potato setts also flower   seeds  ol
best quality.
HALL'S GROCERY
PHONE 189
Cor. St. George's & 8th Street
N. VANOOUVER
N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1910
JULY
ist—Flower, Fruit gnd Vegetable Show.   Flannel Dance at night.
Prices lor rent ol Hall :   Dances, Sio; concerts
and socials, ft:.'
II SNOW, Secretary.
NKW WESTM1NSTEB
The citv council of New Westminster recently decided to e-
reel a new grand stand at
yueett's l'ark hv issuing dehen-
tures for St0,000 to cover the
initial cost and taking IJ per
cent, of all receipts (mm the
grand stand and hh.icliers tin-
til the cost is paid for.
The old 1,nlli Island hridge is
reported to he in a dangerous
Condition and the fear is niter
l,lined that at the next high
water it mav give wa\ and not
only seriously damage the vva-
lii pipes leading oil to lhe ls*
land, lml in.ic sweep down and
Impair the new structure
Hoard of Trade
North Vancouver Board ol
Trade meets the third Tuesday
of each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in the hoard room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday ol each month. W. .1.
Irwin, president; J, G. Fanner,
secretary.
ARE YOL GOING TO BUILD ?
Come to us for tbe money and repay it
to suit VOtll'St'lf
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOTS FOR SAI.K
JOHN  ALEXANDER & CO.
REAL  ESTATE   BROKERS
tai Lonsdale Avenue
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Uini GIssringi lump «ml Uncle
Illa-ling. Kxtra net iifivr liuii-ii*-.
All 'l.una*..,*. iiiH.it- good.
KMPI, OYMKNT     AC1KNCY
•n.i hc otaat et 1 .*.,-.i«i<-
I- o 11.*\ 11
Pianos& Organs
Tuned and Repaired
Charges Moderate.
Salisln. Inui Iniaii.iiitii d
WILLIAM LINT
PRACTICAL TUNEIt & REPAIRER
"PsfWeir 14th st , «   l'uiln■ ,ur.
P. C. will receiv,* prompt ,itti 11
tlnn.
SEVEN YEARS AS PREMIES
Or to C T. JACKSON,  Mth Street
15th Street
150x167 feet on 15th Street, corner on lane,
one block east of Boulevard, subdivided into 5
lots, two cleared. $2350. $800 cash.
Balance very easy.
Also many good buys in the Business Section
r. McMillan &, co.
Real Kstate, Marine   lire and Liis Insurance
54 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 197 P 0. Box 155
ALKXANDEK F. RHILLY
Teacher ol
Artistic Pianoforte Playing
North Vancouver,   Saturdays
Studio Address, 939 Davie St. Phone R.6732.
2   Large   _)
stores L
439- 441 HASTINGS ST
VANCOUVER    ,„._
1104 GOVERNMENT ST.
VICTORIA
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIP BUILDER,
ENGINEERS &
Boilermakers.
Marine    iind Stationary  Kii
l*incaiul llml.*r Work prompt'
lv e\i*i uli il.
Teh phone 103
North Vancouver
ADVLRIISI. IN IHt CXPKLSS
On .1 unt* 1, tiun, Premier Mc
Hride \v.is the recipient of
warm congratulations on the
seventh anniversary nf lus ibll
and progressive ministry. In
the seven vears cil liis picinur
ship he has farotgkt liriiish
Colombia to the forefront of
the provinces o| confederation
and there is in view |OM vears
1,(11 seliiliiess in his province in
lhe lirsl puliticil position
which lie has .ilii.idc lnhl \")i'i
11  than am  ul his pi M, lessors
(in Jnae 1, 1903, Hon   Rich
.ml    Ui Pride   u.is   tailed   Upon
bj the i.ieiitiiiant Governor ol
liriiish Columbia, Su Bnt)
l'.. .Inly de l.olhmicii, to form
,1 government .md his inst nun
isttc w.is then n.innil arith
himsell as I'lnniii  as hallows
Hon A lv Md'hillips, attorney general; Hon K c,. Tat
low, minister d sfrlcaltnre and
finance ; Hon, Charles Wilson,
president nl the uiiiiiiil ll"ii
Kolit T ('.uin, minister ol
mines; Hon A S. Ooodeve,
proviiiii.il secretarj
During the J8 \c.11s Hritish
I'olniiiliia has formed part ol
confederation vith other pro*
cinics 01 t,in.uia.  hlteett   prelii-
iers have directed administrs
live .iitivities Ihese are i;lv-
cli as [ollows
lion. J, V. HcCreifkt, Prelum and Aliorinv t'.iiut.il
from Dccctnlxr iS;t, io Decata
Imt, Iwjt,
lion.   Anior De Cosmos, Pn
inlei ami President ol the Condi Irom December, 1871, to Feb-
til.irv.   |S;|
Hon   Q   A   W.iIImiii, Pn iiiui
and    Attorney General    Iran
February.   1*71,   to   film 17.
iM
j I. hi   A  C  Bliot,   Premie)
and Attone] Central Ironi
l.uiu.ir.. IBM, tO .lime, [878
lloll 0 A Wilkiin, Prelum
and Attorney Cei11r.il Irmn
JON,  187*, I" .lime,  1KH2
Hon    Kol-ert Heaven,   Pretn-
11*1    and    Chiel   Coiiiiiussi..im
from   lime,   iSKj, t(1   laniiarc
I88J
Hon    William Smvthe,   P *
inier   and   Chief Commiasioni 1
(rom January, ikhj, tn March,
1HX7.
Hon A V. I Davie. Piun
iir and Attorney Ceiietal   IrOB
April, 1887, io August, 1889
Hon .lohn K'llison, Premie)
and ProMini.il Scci.t.in Ir.atn
Att|;iisi, tSSa,, 1,,  lm,,, 1 s<-.'
lion Thiodoii D,icn. Pre 111
iei and Attorney C1ii1r.1l Irmn
lune, 189a, I.. \l,it,h, is.i
Hon. .1 ll Turner. Pi. tin"
ami Pinnace Minister Irom
Uarch, 1895, to August, iM
Hon  Charles A   Seinlm. I'n
inn t   and    Chnl    t hiuiiii .'I* ii''
Iron August, iv.s, in Februan
i'ii.1
I All new houses should be pip-
Icd lor gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure for this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &.
I'OWKR CO., I.1MITF.1),
Modem methods ol loiistniction combining
Artistic decorative features with low cost
Pesult in homelike co/.y residences
*
That make the standard of quality
|n the houses that wc build.
Nothing is omitted.   Our plans
§how everything necessary lor thc completion
Qf the store, residence, etc., that we build.
^one of the objectionable extras, and
TIIE
people for whom we have built in North Vancouver show their appreciation bv advising the intend
ing home
BUILDER
to come and see us. Don't accept the statement ol
another that tluy can give vou the same results, if
you want the best consult
MATT. B. MARTINSON
CONTRACTOR
Home Block, Lon-dale Ave.       Phone 173      P. 0. Box 72
All km,l- ol
Lumber
Mouldings
Sash and
Doors, Etc.
\ i'h  1 ll, sp
SOU I VAMOIVKR
1.1 TO. «i.
MILL AND ol'iu 1
Esplanade, Hast
phone i<5   Norili NancontM
PIONEER BAKERY
WAIKIR & III' IIK. Proprietors
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
Try our XXX Brow 1 Brand   Dail\ delivery to all parts of citv
Pin in* s .md 54
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & Ath St.
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HIE    LONSDALE    I'll A RM.lt)
SELLS DRUGS AND ItEDIC/NES
AT   VANCOUVER   TRICES    . . .
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US  .1   TRIAL   0.\   VOIR
NEXT ORDER. 1'IIOXE 20
T  S.  THOMAS. Htm, II
DXUGG/S1
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J. II. BUSKINS
Cor. 3rd St. & Lonsdale
Sucn-Mcir In \\   \.i.iU.*ii
HORSESHOEING and
General Blackstnithing
Bpeeisl miciiiimi iiici'ii H laae
•ml inl,rlirinn horSSS, \l«i mr-
rime vcnrl, nml .|,tI stulIWIlflU
All wurk  fStjaakSld,     l'raaiii|it
•li.'iiti..ii    Iin,* mr a trixl.
"JUDGE TOR YOt'HVIll   '
\ Comparison
45 minutes Iron Centre "I Va« nnvi r, pi
uf lots in   Sooth   V,im mm r  ainl  in Ninth
I  udali no' fives l" la.ee
33 ft. at North l.ousilal,  Jjso.    South Vancouver t 700
511 It. al North I.cinsdili  J450.    South Vancouver J1000
I c-mi. n.-ll :i3 leet „n Lssjlsti hi MM.   OS Wi**.iiniii-I,*r II ml ..1	
it,.111 V-m-..m. r una! „ln*r |.*m*Ii.|iim.*iiI. havt* cc-l tnka 11
plsss, (aria-t- i. tllW.
laaiianler th.',iU,vr .-111.1.11 DOI FOR VlHIRSKI.F.
JACK LOUTET
213 LON8DAI.E AVI...  TRI.. 17
CUR   NYI*..  IK I.   17
Iimi Joseph Martin, Premlei
•lll'l Att'lllllV C.llllt.ll lllallt
li I'iii.it\.   I900.  In   llltie,   tm...
lion James Dunmoir, Prem-
i't  .md PiiMilenl o| lln  CoU
'tl Iroin June, IfOO, to  Nnvnii-
lll I la
Hon   c    I',   Prior,   Premlei md Minister nl Mines Irom
V'.ci ml,, 1    |goj   |,,   lm,,
Hon    Knhard McBride,
lune 1, 1903
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC. ETC
HURRAR.) S\SH & DOM lACIOM, loot ol St. George
We -"imi .1 ii .1 Md .ui cur i'i.i.*i- -'".'ii ■' SIX
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C
GRADKS
An Kngim 11 's Talk
Sli,ike tin dust li'oin iill their
I ts.
Si,iiiii,il    follows,     times    get
worse, ainl
Ves, lm iln hc.i.I ..I my   pro- Taxes reach lhe lop degree
fesaion, Men who climb lhe grades will
Ami ,i spei i.ilisi "ii grades , curse and
And me life's .1 long pr-DCtssic.tl Wish tin* lull yy.is in the sea.
111 miiiiii Ipal ' rusades ;
Hut us outcome oi my   utrug Tlnn you'vi   gol thciti  in   the
gles gravy.
Why.   I'm    like a    bloouiitti; And you'll wash the  hilltops
pope, down,
Ami mi ii'iii.i is one thai   jug Or    yon   lake  your   solemn
nlcs davy
All along the western slopi Tlmt   you'll   Batten out   the
I'm a mnn yy ith one idea, town
That yy ill either cure or kill ;
It's entitled "Panacea Finally un maxim's beast)
l'"i a , iiy on .1 hill." Dawns upon the diplomat,
Rill von swear lo keep ll jiri Thai the engineer's prime duty
y ne Is tii make his city flat
Well,  extend   your  ear  ilns 	
yy ,iy,
sir. the scheme, .is I contrive il AT THK HOTELS
Is to wash lhe hill away
  Palace Hotel
Oh, ilny 11 drivel about beaut)
\111I u"ii"iiiy  and lhat ;
Hm the engineer's i liii 1 duty
Is to make thai nn.unt,iin Ii.n
\. t, .in engineer's lirsl duty
Is to make his 1 in  ll.it.
Think I'm batti   Th it's .1 pm
As your licim has lhe bats,
I have  i li.i 11 * il,   sir, Imll   this
eily
And its citizens to ilnis.
Why. oi   course   they wouldn't
statu! it,
li they  s.iyy  the gallic ull inch.
Iiiii lhe yy*iy   I've .ihy.iys plan
ned ii,
Rives .1 most unholy cinch.
Altitil   you,   hold yourself logi
ihn.
For ii once they   sunt   the
sll,lie,
Though it yy oii't be lar and lea
tin 1
You'll require a change "i air
Wlnn   ,1    modern    mountain
iweepi 1
Flattens oul .1 hill and near
IL   proceeds   to   make   them
sleeper
Than thei naturally are.
Hiiich   yy ilii   scarce I slope   or
bevel
Streets    thai    parallel   the
shore,
Till throughout they's  almos
level,
Like ,111 ordinary floor,
This makes gradients aggravated
On the streets that climb th
■lope ;
Ind iln 1 ml desiderated
Shows up in lhe teleacopi
While the advocates ol li vi Is
Sell, and seek foi irther hills,
And   llie   IL llty   Ce* 1        II. c, I
liy, 1 iln assessun nl 1 ills
First,  tin* grades
troubles,
w   II.ms, Vancouvei
,1   lv Kirkil.ile
Ur and Mrs. .1. Johnaon
Ur, uml Airs   (',. S. Ilcliiuu'e
A. R, Dickenson
,!.  II. Smith
I. I'arker
K, B, Smith
K Termilligen
T. Tumegan
V. A. AlcOnide
.1. Jones
Geo, \\. Brown
]■' .lager, Spokane
II  Dalzeil, Victoria
II   II   Langis, French Creek
Air. and Airs. J. B.   Watson
Calgarj
Ur, F, Satlll, New  Weslinins
ter
Air. ,1    Ahll n,   New West-
minstei
North Vancouver
h'. II   Faulkner, Vancouver
\\ S  Ross,
.1. Kighv,
II. Ilahliolt
Air  a,i(l  Mrs, .1. S   Rogers
.1. W. Vam h.111
w   I! Parker
c. Slu,nl
w   ll. Brown
T. S. Keith
Air. and   Alls.   I. (I.  Patter
S"l|.
W    Stuart
11  R, Frangke, Portland
A   Ferguson, Seattle
R, (iliinn. Montreal
Air and  Ahs. V. !•'.. Robert
son, Cincinatti, Ohio
Albert lleimer, Sweden
Geo. A  Gillies, AI011tre.1l
APPLICATIONS
Buy at the
Welcome
Parlor
And Save Money
We positively guarantee ull
our groceries to be the highest
in quality and lowest in price.
lor Grot erics, Dairy Produce,
Vegetables and Fruit.
Highlands Potatom Si.00 pit
S,uk
Nice Potatoes, i' Ihs., :5c.
Beat .1. & .u. CoSee,lresh roast
ed and ground, 3 lh fj.cxi
also a grade al :5c.
Indian and Ceylon Tea, Jib $1.
also all Standard grades.
Battel  l'"lii -'.ie  to   |oc jiei' lh
Fancy Apples:
Wine Sups ^'.75 per box,
Oranges  all   sizes (10111 2oc. up
to 511c.  per dozen, gii.11,11
teed not   touched   hv   Irosi,
and IWaet and juicy.
Large   assortment ol English
Candies imported and ih -
mestic from 15c. up lo 50c.
Also Fancy Chocolates up lo
>i.oo per lh.
New laid  Eggs  daily, ,1 dozer
laif    S'l.lll.
Also Soft Drinks, all flavors,
Ice Cream, the very best.
All kinds ol new (mil daih
Telephone Uh       Free Delivery
t. DOWIE
CONTRACTOR ANDBUILDBl
Plans, Specifications, Bstlmatm
P. 0. Box 27, North Vancouver
MORRISON'S
S I (i N.
W () R K S
Keith Block      Isl Sheet W.
Cbea|)
Lumber
one .nul hvo inch culls
$ft.00 |>er
1000 ft.
in our yard.
LYNN VALLEY
Tin- cars urn now running past* our nuw sub-division,
located sorou the atreet irom llio Lvnn Vallev store.
A few lots siill selling at the original price.
Wc have also a remarkable Ine subdivision, facing on the extension of the
GRAND BOULEVARD
whieh we are offering now at reasonable prioei,
CAMPBELL & EVENSON
9 Lonsdale Avenue. Phone 155.
SEYMOIR LIMBER
CO., LTD.
Ik,,.*- Dl
17th Streei. Norlh Vancouver
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU GREENHOUSES
Limited
r|ii.i,v.|
CUT FLOWERS
in innn ni battel feme,     Slrsssttritltor
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
607 H.iNliiui*, St., W. Vancouver, B.C
Vancoaver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
.it.) Paula street, Vancouver
and
Nortli Vancouver
ARCHITECTS
{.STANLEY MITTCN Id l.C.A
ARCHITECT
GROCERS
CHEAI'SIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays snd Fridays
MUSIC
41,1 (itanvirlc street
VANCOUVEI. U. C.
Applications  will lie received
it   ilic undersigned lor the ;0
ia it   .1-- sin..11 .,1 secrvtarj ..I tlie N. V,
School Board, to be in imt lat
Tlnn ascents become .1 i.'i'.    er tli.in Monday, June loth.
Tiun tiie |nrs|iif.ni 11 laii'aiiie-.. \| £ McDowell,
And the place begins lo boil                   Secretary pro tem,
reams whose i|iiiv rinn lend-iu  '	
I,ill; llisll, ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~m
Props behind  tlie cuts .md u    .    un\ tit it
Drivers lashing helpless Ufaish Expert on Fireplaces and all
V" >»' ""1^^^ ni- c|asSes of Brickwork
IliiMin ss lend'- tii other cetttre ■
Tr iliu looks foi easier routes All Work Guaranteed.
Disappointed rcsidenters Coram mmm st. an.l Mai,,,., Ace Tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
BARRiSURS
II11111II It 11111II111IIlllllI III Itll MIIIIIM
CONFECTIONERY AND
ICE CREAM PARLORS iiLSa*ga*
FRUIT, CAXD1E8, ICE CREAM
rri.L LINK OF SUMMER DRINK8
t'HiAKs AND T0BACC08
STATIONERY, MAGAZ1NE8
OFFICE BUPl'MEft. ETC.
Fred* Bouquet,   Pro)).
.0. Boi IS      Nionn 19
Rooms 104-105 Crown lluilding,
615 Tender Street
Thone 996
S. 1). SchulU        C. S. Arnold
BAIMb
Kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sts.
MMV nNHMIWI ■>■ .'    ana^m * •    m  — , _ ,, ■ , a ■■_ _   m __r ^__,^^___	
_\_m w mm
rn
Ik
The osly up-to-date and reli-
+ able bath house in British Co-
$ lumbia-
Ws  cure   where  others   fail
Satisfaction   guaranteed or no
HUM W' rl"n 1,ath'' cltclrlc balh,i
shower baths, massage for bo-
——   dy, scalp and lace; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin, Germssy
PICTURE FRAMING
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest stock of
mouldings in ll.C.to select from
so when you want framing done
cheap and well get our prices.
BAILEY BROS. CO. LTD
540 Granville snd 138 Cordova
RUBBER STAMPS
TIIK OKU. II.  HEWITT  CO
MaiiiiUcliirert
UffUH iiiiiiiii; MINI'S
Sign and Price Markers
iio l'ciKiii.i.ii Bloc.   PomRttri
1
Do You Realize What a Savings
Account May Mean fo You?
A valuable iim! for wen
OflC ll 11 S»vitip Account
Pui Hunk, in which daposita
bave l n entered frequently,
;iii<1 withdrawals seldom.
Nnt onlv lines the ability
tn tave indicate "character
—wbioh tho bnainaai world
ni to-dav demindi—Imt   it
Mtablilbai "an anchor to
windward" againit temporary adveraity,
Wliv not commence to-dav
to build your anal 1
One I lullar will start an
account in the Bank of
II IMILToV, and interest will
be credited everv si \ montha.
C. G. Heaven, Agent
North Vancouver
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t   two i
y.«
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-StUW
Business Institute
33° Hastisgs St. W.
Canada • Gr.,t.«t w.it.rn School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - - Uanagrr
PITMAN'S
Ktisim %<■ College
REAL ESTATE
Keep your eye os
EAST  VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particulars apply to
UORDEN 9 THORNTON
Phons 815     440 Homer Street
lorkshire (iuarautee &
Securities Corporation Lid
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
t
Herd Office, HAMILTON
C.p.l.l P»i...„P . . . $1,500 000
■•Mm 11id DsH-rsM Froflli - 2,900,000
Tolil Audi      .      .      .       om 91,000.000
632 Seymour st., Vancouver   UND AND MORTGAGE
Day school open all the year I INVESTMENTS
round.    Night school commenc- 	
es September 8th. ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgste Manager
CHIROPRACTIC
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
Canadian Detective Bureau:—
Offices everywhere
Viini'iiuciT OH'iir       H  Kni|iiri.  lll.-e'L
ini:ii|.i.tiML.-.i. test,        Phoaem
W. W. WELSH
RESTAURANTS
All North Vancouver   people
eat at
LEONARD'S
General Superintendent     Either F,,ck B,Mk or H« _
ings street, opposite the new
Post Oflice. Leonard sells his
tea by the pound.
LADIES' HAIRDRESSING
Knr iwltehaS, |niff-, eto , tlie bent .|IirI-
Ity snd l,.ic.-.t |,riii'. eiill on MADAME
III MI'IIIIKYK. Tlicrecini ccill fin.l 11
liirnc itork nf Imir Kundu ti ecerc* l_a
crlptios to .fleet MB.     HnipSSI for
l*atlenta; the l«'i"t M snd liiiect srorl*
imm-liili; nilile by in expiTl. luiiiii*-
men eclin Imu* Iimt tlieir Imir uill liml 11
'"Hi"* a Rr.'iil previ'iiliitlve i.f SOMsiS
lln- luml.    Ilnirilri.-iniiig anil innni' ur*
INL*. ell*. Rt
M.AD.tMK IIUMrilKKYS
723 IViidfr Slroet
WATCHMAKERS
English  practical watchmaker;
Established 1889
Specialty,   repairing
WOODROOFK,
312 Carrall Street
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Ila  , Cor.
Robson and Granville Streets.
All Instruments.       Phone 2530        jl THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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To close up an estate we have been appointed Sole Agents to sell
Ten Modern Close In
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houses
at such prices and terms that will make quick sales.
(_ If you are in the market to buy a home, or to make an investment
in a good income property, it will be to your interest to get full
particulars and make an inspection as soon as possible.
IRWIN &  BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD
(Incorporated A.D. 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chiel place of business in North Vancouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonidale Avenue and 5th Street. North Vancouver, B.C. P. O. Box 42. Telephone 15
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Communications
ORAM'S
Kdilor Express :
Sir,—At last we li.ive arrived. While nther cities ha\e
bljea considering fur s(. long
what would Ik' the best i-ii'm ol
civic government, our (,.iir insurgent aldermen have snl-cd
the sitiialiuii. While others
have been lalkilif lliev li i\c
■Ctod and with the e.niiagc ol
gladiators have osbti the reins
of government, and have declared ilii'insi'lves a dictatorship
committee, a la Illode dc Solllll
American Kepiiblic, with llie
most noble HN ui aristocracy
a.s special press agent. No binder du the peuple rule, their rule
is In pav taxes and keep c|lliet.
I have a suggest ion tu 111. ike
to the Dominion Day celclira-
tion comiiiillct', viz., lhat they
iiiilnediati'lv prepare to have a
civic lloat depicting the situation. In the forefront of the
float Aid. Irwin might stand
with his hand un his heart, and
the nther raised high to heaven, exclaiming "Tn arms, lu
Arms, ve brave. Tn victory ur
the grave. Aid. Schult/.
might be depicted as endeavor
ing tu demonstrate to his brethren jelly lish, that it is impossible nut tn wriggle. Aid
Kowler wuuld be giving an il-
Itislratinn nf how to set up
type uti a straight grade, while
Aid. Smith would demonstrate
how to stop a horse without
shouting "Wo." I am sure
this would lie a great drawing
card if properly advertised
Over the top of the float the
banner should wave "We stoop
tn conqwr."
In order to get the matter
Slttlsd if possible, 1 have u
suggestion tn make as fullnws,
that the peuple allow the council to put in straight grades nn
nne ennditiun, vi/.., that the
council iiiutiedialelc. proceed tn
'•reed ,1 new strain oi Imrses
with legs lunger un one side
than the other, so that at in
tersections they would nnt slip
because .,f the is per cent, grade
In nnu liisimi the -treat e*iiar-
tctte, because nl iheii ainbigu
itv nl language remind me nl
the wag wiin once published ill
•1   I'.ipei   thai a lert.iin magis
trate had given a 111,111 uiu
inuiith's hard labur fur keeping
a SOW. Immediately there was
.1 storm, and letters ul indignation pmired intu the press cclim
un inquiry it was learned thai
the cow  the in.in was keeping
belonged to someone else Let
the council say what lhc\ 11,1,111
ilt no uncertain language, because a.s Barntllil said, no one
can fool all the peuple all of
the time. Yours ven truly,
PBECT KING.
TO  IMTOKT  Mll.CII  GOATS
Kdiior Express 1
\\ ill vuli be good enough tu
allnw the fnllnwillg tu appeal
in your paper 1
li    the   person  who took    tile
js pounds of red and 2 tins ol
white paint from lite new Imuse
being built lur Mr. K, McMil
lau un ISth street un Wcclllcs
day evening wuuld be brave
eimugli In call when the painters are on the job any olher
colour he would like tu complete his job will lie given ti
him and oblige, Yours trtilx.
0, w. HAKDING,
NOSSI.AM)
The party nf KcOill students
wlm have been visiting Knss
and recently in connection
with acquiring knowledge 111
pursuit nf their studies in mining, have been royally entertained by the citizens ul Knss
land. Alter the social functions were past and a pleasure
tour taken of the surrounding
points of interest they broke
up and were distributed ainuiig
the various mines ot tlir dis
trict where thev will remain at
wurk until Sept. ist when thev
will return to the univcrsin ti
finish tlieir studies in prcpar
atiM fur agrailiialioti next
spring
The Rossland rrugtessive As
sm ial inn aie in receipt uf a letter frum the department .1 Ac
riciilture   in reply tn tlnn   ic
epicst (nr the establishment   nl
a    detiiniistratiuii   orchard    in
Rnssland      Tin* letter intuiut
ed that  Mr   Middle!..11 mi ll
C'.l.llih       llll|llisse,|     with      th,
'listtiil ami with lis suit.iinli'
in regard tu Emit growing,
While    nut    nuiih   h.is    been
heard   lateh    nf   the suggested
Importation ol pnrebrcd mikh
gnats    Irulll    Kllglalul,    cliecllCe
wurk has been going nil behind
the s, 1 lies, and the fUgl ll.is at
ast bit ti ii.n lied wlure the ante is rec|iiired. Henry llnicks
the well known How sir rancher
is in Nclsi.n now preparing titulars   t" In   sent   tu all    those
Interested m tin projiet   It is
understood (rum representation
that   has Ihtii   made    tu    Mr.
Iliniks that  at   bast   -.u or   4"
if these pedigreed ^nats will be
ilaecil mi B. C. (anus
w
omen s
w
ocs
Xorth   Vancouver   Wntnen   Are
Finding Relief at Last.
It dues seem that women
have nmre than a (air share
nf the aches and pains that afflict     humanity ;    they    must
keep up," must attend  In du
ins in spite ol constantly aching backs, i,r headaches,   dt//y
spells,   bearing   down  pains;
thev must lt00p uver when tu
stuup nn*.nts ti.ilnte. Thc\
must walk .mil Iniul and   work
with racking pnln .mel minj
,11 lus Irutn kidno ills. Kiilni \s
i.iiise mule sullering than U
nther OrgU nl the body. Keep
the killings veil and health U
easih iii.Piitaine ' Head nl ,1
nnu ile i.'i kidi'tv only that
helps atul cures the  kidnevs ami
is adorned in pi -pte In Kooni
.law-
Mrs. C. W   Ilainiiiill, nf   n«.
Manitoba Street,  Moose   .law,
Sask .   sacs      "\\e   are    .en
much     pleased    In    re   ollllllctl'l
Booth's Kulnev Tills (ur wh.u
thev have ih.iie (',r Us I had
siillereil lot muiitlis with litv
bad ll was sn l.itiir allil
that at timet 1 cniild Kartell
stand up. Mv Inisl.anil li
been (.ii.illv tmiibled in the
same w,l\ lie alsu iniil|d,liu
id ul a IfOt) wiak st'ainaili .11 '1
fell all tun clown.   On li arum
of 11.mill's Kldliev   Tills ce,   f
, Uti.I    .1    SUpplj     .Hid    alter      I
short treatment  with this invel
inin   we li.i\ 1   l.aimd 11,urr nil* I
than mi   dnl 111 .un   ..tliu   rem
i'K    Ue .rn* 1,1,iii [rellng   t*-1
ter in 111.1 ti\   cca\.
I'ai sab in \   Vs neon vei l.c
Till' l.nllsclale l'll.iritl.*- \
Cleared Lots
50 Feet Wide
in Blocks Adjoining
Grand
Boulevard
District Lot 550
CHOICEST RESIDENTIAL SITES
For Prices and Particulars. Apply to
Lit'.   I.TV.
MAHON, McFARLAND & PROCTER, LTD.
< MM Prndrr and Srynv-ur Streets OtTuul AgrnU Kll.HT
THE EXPRESS, XORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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Manufacturer's Realization Co#
Quality is the true test of cheapness. Because an article is a low price it does not follow that it is worth its money. This
firm makes quality its password, and ever)' one of the five thousand fine suits for men is up to the standard. But when you can get
quality combined with a low price, that's the time to buy. There are no better goods made than the Style-Craft suits we are now
selling at the price of ordinary shop made clothing.
This Sale of Style Craft Suits Continues All Week
$18 Fancy
Worsted Suits
for
$10.75
Our Best Suits
at
'J***.* of tlii'in lift Wc havi sold IuukI-
ri'l--iiu-i1 Friday, when wc lirst advertised
tin in. Tliey hm' iiuiiii' frum in ill wool
worsted cloth, imported from Britain, nro
Fast in color; made in good stylec of two
ind Hirer liiiitnii sucks, with the long roll-
"W ing lapel ; in colors ol blue, brown, fawn,
m green ami grey. They ire worth avary
penny ol $18,    BalePrioa    ...   $10.75
arc real marvel- in Value. Ptopta wlm
know ire buying litem and buying tham
freely. That ill coma lemi llniihed and
arc liui-licil to your own measure by our
own expert tailore. Buy thaaa initt;
you cannot equal tham anywhere at the
price. New ooloringl, new patterns.
new stilts. Worth J2."> to J3.V Sale
Price   '  $20 ami SIA.
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$20 and $18 Fancy Worsted Suits for $12.50
We say these are regular $18 and $20 suits, but if you look in the window of some of the Vancouver
Stores you will find some of the exact patterns marked $25. These are all Style-Craft make, are second
to none in the Dominion for cut, style, make and finish. They will retain their shape to the last. The
cloth is imported and will retain its color; and for a good suit at a moderate price it cannot be beaten.
Sale Pnce ....... $ 12.50
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THE HOME OF QUALITY
The Manufacturers' Realization Co.
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VANCOUVER SPRINGS
Indian River Park
 —THE SIMMER RESORT CLASSIC——
_ At the head of the North Arm where
Indian River empties into the Inlet, nineteen miles from Vancouver, lies Vancouver Springs, Indian River Park, destined
to become one of the famous summer resorts of the North American Continent.
1_ The Vancouver Springs Hotel Syndicate have under construction at the present time a very modern and complete
hotel, The Wigwam Inn, which will afford transient visitors every comfort and
down-to-date convenience, Steam Heat,
Hot and Cold Water, Electric Light,
Private Baths, elegantly furnished rooms,
a magnificent Dining Room and Culinary
Department that would be a credit to a
leading hotel in a metropolitan city. The
Wigwam Inn is nearing completion and
will be under the direction of one of the
best Hotel men on the Pacific Coast.
^ The Indian River Park Company,
under the efficient and energetic direction
of B. F. Dickens, Manager, are Parking
and Boulevarding the property and ar-
rangments are now being made for a fast
boat service daily—
fl We want you to see this property.
We want you to realize its potential
possibilities as a Summer Home, as a delightful place for your Weeks End, as
an investment that will return to you dividends three fold in a short time.
Call on or Address
ALVO v  ALVENSLEBEN, LTD. INDIAN RIVER PARK COMPANY
405 Hastings St. West 8. F. Dickens, Manager
3" IHLV MARRIOTT la PELLOWS   __?'-.
6I9 Trounce Avenue Selling Agent* Sales Dept., 70I8
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Grand Boulevard
Lot adjoining Boulevard on 12th Sl. (or $873, cash
$300.   A Long Way Below Value.   :   :   :   :
Martinson & Co.
I FIRST JULY CELEBRATION
62 LONSDALE  AVENUE
MiRTH VANCOUVER, B.C.
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Canyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
Kxlcnsive Grounds.                  High 11,!-*-. - ivm* ,il niodrud   i
Family Room en mile with special rales.    Housed really Enlarged
Kasy trail  to summit ol   Oram   Mountain,    all liule 3 1 I" 1
Scenic Delights     Fishing      Hunting    Mountain Climbing
Unequalled for Holiday, Long or Short
t. CANCELLOR,
Manager.
SEASON 1910
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WELCOME TO NKW PASTOl
The congregation ol Um Hi
thiulist church extended 11 verv
hcartv welcome to their new
pastor and his wife, Rev W m
and Mrs. Schlicter, on Tuesdav
evening The prm ceilings were
held in the church, corner iSth
streei and St. George's Ave
The chair was occupied liv Mr
\l B, Martinson, sr , who, in ,1
■-lii'll speeth, extended a 11,11111
Welcome lo lln* p.isim .iixl hi'
wile   on    behall  ,,|    the    nllii I.il
boards, ihe members   ol   tin
church   and   (he   loiigrcg.ilion
Mr.   Schlicter   made an appropriate    replv,    expressing    his
hope of a helpllil and SUCCSanfal
pastorale.     Spie. Ins mie then
made In Kev   R   New lull   Powell,  presidetil  uf lhe  1!.  C   CoH
Icrellcc,  Kev. .1.  Hugh BoopM
nila.l ol St. .lohn's, Kev. .1. I).
Gillam,    pasloi    ol   Sl      Ami
rew's,   Kev.    A.   If,   Sanford,
cliairmaii   Vancouver    ilistricl,
Kev   W.  Fakclcv  of I.vnn   V.il
lev    and    (.'iipil'Hi".   ('•I'"      II
Morden and Win   TownaU)   Ki*
freslniients mii   provided   i'\
the Ladles' Aid in the .mill
1..mini ol iln* 1 Imii li Ki v. and
Mrs   Schliiter will reside .il llu
anriiii   ol  St,   Andrew's
and Eighth slreel.
Ai.
Mr Thomas Ilulihisnii ol
Keith Koad let tit tied the lirsl
ol the week fi'.iu ,1 shaaii trip
up lhc I'pper Si|ii.iiiiish His
tup w.is in i.aimeilion wilh .111
inspection nl certain portion
of (he I'ppel \'.iliu lor .igrnul
lure lands Mr Ilnlihison w.is
in hi'* delighted wnli the trip
Iroin   ,01 epii 111. oi s   poinl   "I
l II VV   .lll'l  till'.' I l|  I la t\    hi HI     "I
lln Hilling whithii in lln .nil"
plllsint    nl   his  ilui 1. v , 1    lllllll
tfiVi Ilui;: i" and Iro.
Everything is rounding inlo
excellent (min lor a iiiajcsin
celebration mi the North Shore
un Dominion Day.
Naturally the exlenl of tllc
celebration hinges mi ilu- (und.s
available anil lhe mark set this
rati was |},O0O. I.a.st evening
al  the regular meeting   ol   the
celebration committee a sum-
ni.tiv ill the collections was
in.nh* and lhe lacl was rcvcilci
lllal    to   date Sl,**,;**,   had been
gathered in and with over two
weeks to work there is little
ilniilit that lhe 15,000 vill lie
n.n lml      Reports    Iroiii     the
\.ni"iis committed were mt-
Mil    A   feature   l,,r   the    lire-
wnrks ilisplav was suggested l>v
the    ihairiiiaii    ol   that    nun
mittee, Mr. Jones,   li was tn
Illuminate  the   inst   train  in
North    Vaniouver,   an    engine
ami three i"aches, Irmn a sow
anchored in front of the  Hotel
North V.un ouver     The piece
wuuld  cost about Hn   and    i
was   thought that such an    id
dilii n   lo lhc fireworks displa\
wuuld in- a  insi ilass attrac
I ll'll
Mr. Walter, chairman <>i tin
industrial    parade    imnnntt' 1
s.ml it was proponed lo dividi
lhe pri/es lor (he lloais mi'
local fxliil.it s and ontfidi
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Dr Glboou, chairman "i ihi
sp.,its     committee    reported
tliat ihe program of ivinis ami
alinns!    le.oK    lm   llie    plinli".
also tli.i 1   he had  had  all  llltil
irien  with lln* representative of
the H C A A , who advised that
he foresaw no difficult} in  ob
laming   the association'! sa*
li"ti t" lhe ineel in Nmlh V.in
■DUVel    ind   lurther that   Koine
'.I   the   iraik members    Would
prohabl)  compete in the local
"li that dav
\   ItlggestioU   as lo   suiiiili;'
ilie   Missn.n hand lm ihe   da)
iv,is in,nh* .md n w.,s ratal*.-'
1"   tin   ihaiinian of tlie   HUM'
committee to conaidar,
Mr. IVrrv, the chairman, in
ilu absence ol Mayoi Hay, said
iimt tin idi.1 "i ,1 iw,, lays' 11
libration seemed i" meet  with
'l    approval     unl    hi
hi iln   sports events .unl
""ii'l In mi\ will .iir.m
|ed i" meet this purpi.si.    Hi*
matter   was   lelt   in    abeyance
however,
A  ciilllliillllicatiiill was ncciv
ed   Ironi lhe loial manager   ol
.'lu- Daily Province offering t"
publish a photograph of i lu
chairman ol lhe various com
mittees Iree of charge as an ,ul
Mi'tiscmeiii inr the celebration.
It was resolved lo meet   at  the
local   photographers    in   the
Junction block over the Hank
of UNA. mi   S,iiuiil.i\   niter-
ii'.nii at tWO o'lloik.
Another reaolution was piss
ed requesting the newspaper- '."
publish an appeal to the bual
citizens (or funds tn aid 111
meeting the demands nf Sorth
Vancouver's (expected  to   be
largest  celebration.
An appropriation "f I500 waa
granted tn lln liinvoiks calii-
liiltlei   and  fan to lhe aipnlK
spurts committee
Sm ; City nf Nnrth Vancouver,
I400 ; Thacker I Thornton, S:-,;
V. W. I V Kv. Co.. S50; Fraser Hardware Co., S5 ; H. C
Electric Ky. Co , I50 ; Thompson Stationery, fio; C. Iv
Law son,  S-1" ;  N.  V. Cartage
Co., Sm ; lltcsscv, Peels and
Boult, Ss; Pierce Thomas, $5 ;
A Philip, Sm ; .1. Loutet,
Keda and Andruss, |iq ; II W
Fuller, S.s ; Ten11111.il Citv Cigar Co., Si , Kurti \ Ci., St";
Pit her .St I.use], la;; A. II.
Wallbridge, N. C Keg Sio;
.lohn Alexander Ik Co., >=,;
Wallace Shipyards, |2j; .1. .1.
Woods, Sm ; N. V. I,.md I Imp.
taa   < 1. K-; Thorpe ft Co., Sis;
.1. C. Keilh, Vs . *l Killilall.
Ij : l'.irs.uis .uul KeMiiilils. Si";
W. Glenn, Si"; A Smith & Co ,
Sm : Win Ciiiiiinings, I] ; As
kiw 1 Kennedy, >.'" 1 C. s.
Dent, Ss; J, P. Fell, ftp : W.
Treiiiam, Si" j The Leonard
Sale  Co .  sl"   alld  llcllIV  BVM
I Co , cup, S50.
CKI.KBRATION   KINDS
Following is a detailed li-t '•!
II those who have sub. • i' i .1
> the 1910 Dominion Div it
br,it i'.n fund and their nspu-
tin amounts
Tin   ,1 bin.limn  this ii.n   is
billowing    somcwhal   la rader
lilies  tMn  heretiifulc  ,nnl |,. ,',,
ihis   .uhlili,,mil  funds  .ne   ii
pniiil     While exceptional sm
CaM has Iiiiii  nut   wilh  s..    I.i:
the committee in duns are m
ilu   opinion   that   unless  each
.nnl mu iili/ui mi 'in* North
Shore joins in with liis 01 hu
little miti, be ll ever s 1 III ill,
the standard set up at iln beginning will not be re,uhul snd
the loss will be lo the city a- .1
Whole  nnl all arc .111 k■  mu 11 sl
id   in  the pi'iud deportment
whn Ii 11 lines ami S ill slinv. I 1
lhe tli.aiis.ind "I visitors (rOttl
ill    .mi    the   pr..viiiu    on   tlie
1'iisi      An sanest appeal  is,
therefore,  made  fur Individual
isaiis among  the citizens of
North Vancouver,    The dona
th.ns yesterday morning  wen
is lollows    N. V, Citv Ferries,
l'i.ilu  Hnttling  Works
Hudson 11,n Co,, I
ia.im Robertson I Bons, *
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Yorkshire
(ill.11.mice Co.,  S.', .  J)     Sinllh
I Co ,  llo ;  B, C. Distillery,
It C DINGHY ASSOCIATION
A meeting ol the H C Rating Dinghy Association was
held   in Col lore Marsh,ill's
"line in Vancouver un Wedaai
da) ai wlm li .1 program lm tin
M.11 w.is drawn up
All races sailed np i" data
Iiim bull delated mil ..wing
I" lhe tail   lhat ll" hu.it  ll.nl all
"Hn ial certificate (ruin the
im r um     Certificates "I 11101-
siiliineiit will be issmd inline
di.itch and lhe Inst raie will
take pi.ue at j.43 tomorrow
Saturday,
Onl) members ol the Ass
tion or "f affiliated ilubs will
be allowed to sail lh' boats in
future, The racing pi.....ram
drawn up is a long "in.  1,1ml
ing throughout lln sia "ii mil
tiniioiisK until the 23rd o( Sep
tiinbci s.a tlmt intending bnild*
ns have Mi a good "pp..iiiiii
It]   "I  ; ' I Hn:'   111  .iiul bat I:
i.ilih    ill,nice   "[   sei 111 111
some "i tin* mi/is
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I'ln   I'*   1    Klectrii Co   *n.
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It's Quality That Counts
THE f IVE THOUSAND FINE SUITS
NOW ON SALE ARE QUALITY SUITS
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Quality is the true test of cheapness. Because an article is a low price it does not follow that it is worth its money. This
firm makes quality its password, and every one of the five thousand fine suits for men is up to the standard. But when you can get
quality combined with a low price, that's the time to buy. There are no better goods made than the Style-Craft suits we are now
selling at the price of ordinary shop made clothing.
This Sale of Style-Craft Suits Continues All Week
^jf      $18 Fancy
Worsted Suits
for
$10.75
•.'."in nf them I'ii ne havi aold huml-
ri-ils since Friday, when we Brsl advertised
ihem. They are made fruin in nil wool
worsted cloth, imported from Britain, are
fast in color; made in good stylei nf two
ami tlirue button nclu, with the long rolling Lapel: in color* ol blue, brown, fawn,
green ami grey, Thev are worth every
iiuiiiyufslS.    Sale Price $10.75
Our Best Suits
at
are real inarwls iu value.    People wlm
know ire buying ihem and buying them
freely. Thev all come eemi-flniihed and
are liui-lu'il to your own measure by our
own expert tailora.   Buy theeeiuiti;
yen cannot equal them anywhere at the
price. New ooloringa, new patterna,
new itylei Worth $tf to .*;».r>. Bala
Trice   ' $80 ami SIA.
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$20 and $18 Fancy Worsted Suits for $12.50
We say these are regular $18 and $20 suits, but if you look in the window of some of the Vancouver
Stores you will find some of the exact patterns mined $25. These are all Style-Craft make, are second
to none in the Dominion for cut, style, make and finish. They will retain their shape to the last. The
cloth is imported and will retain its color; and for a good suit at a moderate price it cannot be beaten.
Sale Price ....... $ 12.50
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The Manufacturers' Realization Co.
CORNER   HASTINGS   AND   ABBOTT   STREETS,   VANCOUVER
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VANCOUVER SPRING
Indian River Park
 THE SIMMER RESORT CLASSIC	
_ At the head of the North Arm where
Indian River empties into the Inlet, nineteen miles from Vancouver, lies Vancouver Springs, Indian River Park, destined
to become one of the famous summer resorts of the North American Continent.
_ The Vancouver Springs Hotel Syndicate have under construction at the present time a very modern and complete
hotel, The Wigwam Inn, which will afford transient visitors every comfort and
down-to-date convenience, Steam Heat,
Hot and Cold Water, Electric Light,
Private Baths, elegantly furnished rooms,
a magnificent Dining Room and Culinary
Department that would be a credit to a
leading hotel in a metropolitan city. The
Wigwam Inn is nearing completion and
will be under the direction of one of the
best Hotel men on the Pacific Coast.
_ The Indian River Park Company,
under the efficient and energetic direction
of B. F. Dickens, Manager, are Parking
and Boulevarding the property and ar-
rangments are now being made for a fast
boat service daily—
fi We want you to see this property.
We want you to realize its potential
possibilities as a Summer Home, as a delightful place for your Weeks End, as
an investment that will return to you dividends three fold in a short time.
Call on or Address
ALVO v ALVENSLEBEN, LTD. INDIAN RIVER PARK COMPANY
405 Hastings St. West B. F. Dickens, Manager
"■ST!" HARRIOTT * PCLLOWS   __?'m
619 Trounce Avenue Selling Agent* Sales Dept, 7018
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Grand Boulevard
Lot adjoining Boulevard on 12th St. for $875, cash
$300.   A Long Way Below Value.   :   :   :   :
U        mt Or* M LONSDALE  AVENUE
Martinson & to. !_^™m?__i
| FIRST JULY CELEBRATION
Canyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
Kxtt-nsivc (.rounds. Hiuh-tUs*, -nun   al ninilruti  rata *-
Family ROOM en suite willi special rates.    Ilousedreatly BnlUf ,1
Easy trail to sum mit of   {irouse Mountain,    all tu.lt- |000 bet
Scenic Delights      Fishing      Hunting     Mountain Climbing
Unequalled for Holiday, Long or Short
I   f, CANCILLOR,
Manager.
SEASON 1910
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WELCOME TO NSW PA8T01
The COOgrtgatioa of the Methodist dutch extended n vuv
heart v welcome lo their new
pastor .uul his wile, Kev. Win.
nnd Mrs Schlicter- "ii Tuesdav
evening. The proceeding) wile
held in llie church, iinner hlh
slreel and Sl. QoMft'l Ave.
Tin ih.nr was uimpicd liv Ml
If, 11 Martinson, sr., wlm, m a
short spiTih, extended a wai in
welcome to Um pasim and   his
wife mi liehall nf lhe official
boards, the iiii'inliers nl tin
tlnir*.h   and   (he   uiii-;iey,at|iiii
Mr. Schlkter made an appropriate reply, expressing his
hope oi a helpful aiid siiiecsslul
|iaslorate Spieilns Ml then
made liv Kev K Ncwluti I'ow-
ell, president ol the 11. C Con
lereiue, Kev. .1 llulll Il""|» I
ni iur of St. John's. Kiv  J, I).
Gillam,  paator of Bt,   And
rew's,   Kev     A    M    S.inlord,
chairman  Vancoaver   diatrict,
Kev   tt   hakiliA of I.vnn   Vai
le\     and    Capli.iti".   Deo      11
Hordes aad Wm Towaale)  Ke
liisinni'iits win* provided   b)
the Ladies' Aid ill the nidi
tiitilllli ul llli iliimli |aV, alld
Mrs. Si llll. Iir will reside al lhe
miner   "I   Sl     Andrew's
and Kighth si reel.
Av.
Mr Thmnas llnii hisuii nl
Keith Koad returned the lirsi
of lln week (loin a short irip
»p  lln   t'pper  Si|llainish       Ills
trip was in connection with aa
inspeilimi   ul  cattail   portion*
"l iln rppei \'aiii\ i.n agricul
inn lands Mr llnlihisnn wa*.
highly delighted with the trip
lium an epicurean1! point ol
new ami enjoyed i n r\ boni  ol
the OUting win lln i  iii tin  BCtiVl
pursuit ill Ins iiiiii, s , I wlllli
ll.im llllll* In and Ii,a
Everything is roundine; intu
excellent  lorm (or a majeatk
celebration on lhe North Short
nn Dominion l).i\
Natiiiallv lhe extent of llie
eeleliratinii hinges on llie iunds
a\.iil.ilde and lhe mark set this
■ear was fVOOO, I,ast evening
at  tin  regular meetini;   of   the
celebration committal a sum-
inaiv ul the  collectioaa   was
made and lhe I.u I was revealed
||   thai     to   date ll,57J   had I'eell
gatherad in and with uver two
weeks tu wurk there is little
doiiht tll.il the Sl,""" will lie
lea. Iiul Rcpotta Irom lllc
\ ai lulls ininiiiitlees Were recti
Mil     A   feature   fa .r   lhe     lile
worlu diaplay was anggctted by
lhe    iliaiilnall    nf   tliat     emu
mittee, Mr Jttea,   li was to
111 n in in .i 11 the insi train in
N i .rth    Vaiiiiiiivit,   all    UgiM
and three rnarhaa, (rom a kow
anchored in (runt ol tha lintel
N<iilli Vaiimiivcr. The pun
tt i.nld eost alioul $8o and I
was thought thai sUili an ad
ilitiuii   lu lln  hn wnrks displav
»a,uiii in* a insi ilass attrai
timi.
Mr. Walker, chairman ol thi
industrial parade ei'lunnll"
s.ud ii was propoard lo dividi
the prizes  for  ihe  lli.ats  ini"
local exhibits and outside
exhibits
Dr t'.ilisiin, chairmaa "I ihe
spa,lis        COmttittai      reported
inal ihe program ol eventi wm
.ilinust  read)  loi the prints",
als., that   he had  had  an  Intel
Man  wilh the representative of
the H C A A , win, advised that
he [oreaaw no difficult] In o1>-
taining  the aaeociation'i tan
tmli to the llleel  ill North Van
couver and fun in r that lomi
"1 the iraik iiieinlieis would
probablj compete in thc local
.vents on thai day,
\ inggcatioa as to si.min
the Missmn hand lor the dav
was made   and it was   nfii'ifl
i" iln chairman ol the mad'
committal to ctmakkr.
Mr.   l'crrx, lhe  .haiiuiali,   in
lln ahsenie of Mavor Mav, sai.1
llml  tlie idi.i "| ., tWO daxs' a i
IfbratloB seemed  to ninl    willi
'I     approval    aad    he
lliuilClit   lln    aportl eveiils and
iiiusli  niiild hi verv  well airall
" l net  this purpuse.    Tin
matter was lelt in abeyance
however.
A culiuniuiicatinll was received frum the local manager ol
'he Dailv Province offering to
publish   a   photograph    ul   the
chairman oi the various com-
lllittees llic uf charge as all ad
Milisetiieiil lur the celebration.
It  was resolved tu meel   at thc
local    photographer!    in   the
.lumiinn block  over the   Hank
nl UNA. un   Saturdav    alter-
nnnii at two o'eloik.
Atiullur resullltluii was   piss
ed requeating the aewapapera lu
pulilish an appeal to the Imal
eiii/ctis for funds to aid in
n.n ling lhe demands nf North
Vancouver') (expected to bei
largeal celebraUon,
An appropriation ol J500 was
granted to the Breworka committee and S.V'u to the aquatic
spurts committee,
CELEBRATION  FINDS
following is a detailed Iiul '•'
all   lllnse   wlm have sub,* I tiled
i" ilu ini" Dominion l) 1    ,1
leliiatiuii lund and their 1. spic-
tiM  .inn>llllts
The celebration this r, u  is
a.lkiH iug    Mtnewhat   lu >adet
nits than heretofore alld 10 do
illis   additional  Iunds an   n
quired     While exceptional sia
ll*SS    ll.lS    llllll     Hill     Willi     Sa,       |,|;
ilu* committee in charge an ..1
the opinion lh.it utiles, i.nli
,md i vi iv nti/en on the North
Shore joint ill wilh liis "i hn
little mile, lie il ever s 1 mill,
the standard sel up a! tl:.    1„
ginning will imt iH' reached and
'ic lnss will lie In the citv  a- ,1
wholt md all arc alike intereal
in  the  pmud  deportment
whiih il dues and will shuv. 1 .
llic   thaaiisainl   ul   visiturs from
all over tin* province mi the
irst.     An i*inii.,i appeal   is
therefore,   made   fur individual
effort* among  the citiaa
N'i .rth Vamouver.     The   dona
n.air   m .iiiilav morning  wei,
I   fa,||.aVV,        N,    V      CilV    I', 111,'
I'.n ilic   Bottling   Uml
I  ;   llildsiitl   Hav  Cu., S.'s'
lohn R'lbertaoa I Suns, |
v .lies.       S.'u :       HcllWcll
Pearl  1  Co ,  S.m .  Vorkahin
Cll.il.illlee Co.,   S.'S ;   D.    Slllllll
,v C, Ito;  B. C, Disiillcrv.
Slu ; Citv of Nortli Vancouver,
J400 ; Thaekci ft Thornton, I15;
V. tt ,* V Ky. Cu, S511; Fraser Hardware Co., $5 ; U. C.
Electric Ky. Co , ftp ■ Tlininp-
suii  Stationary,  Si";  C.   K.
I.aw sun, S-1" ; N V. Cartage
Co.,   Si" ;   Hiesscv,   l'ecis   and
Boult, S.i; Plena Thatmaa, $5;
A   l'hili|i, Sm ; .1. I.uiilcl, Ss ;
Reda .nul Andrnss, Uo ; II   tt
Fuller, Ss;  Terminal  Citv Ci-
gat Co., Ss ; KUlty ft Ci, , Slu;
l'llhcr ,V l.nser, >Js ; A. II.
Wallhridgc,  N,   C.  Reg. Sm;
.lohn   Alexander   iV   Co.,    Ss ,
Wallace Bhipyarda, fas I ■'• •'•
Woods, Sl" ; N V I. nul ft Imp.
I*, . Sum ; Thorpi ft Co , |M ;
.1. C, Keith, fli : I Kind.ill,
s, ;   l'arsutis and  KeMI'dds, Sl";
U   Glenn, Sm, A   Smith ,S, Cu ,
Sm ; Hm Camminga, I].  A
kiw   ft  Kennedy, |m i  C.  s.
D.nt, Ss ;   I    I'. Fell. Ss.. :   \\
Tretnaiii,   Si" :    Tin     I.cuiiaid
Sale Cu., Sin   and Ilelitv BVM
a.St Co., nip  V'
11   C   DIM'.IIV ASStlClA-
TKIN
A meet iny; ul the II   C   Ka,
inj; Dinghy   Aaaodation   was
held   in Commodore Marshall's
office in \,un..un 1 .ai Wiilius
dn] at whuh a program mr tin
veil  was ill.iwn up
All I .uis s.iil.d up I., dale
have In in de, I,uel nnl owing
In the (.nt thai nn (mat had au
"lln ial iiiiilu.ile (ruin th,
measurer Ccrtiluatcs ,| mm-
sun incut will In* issind innni-
di.itch and the Inst ran will
tale   placi   al    2. |S   lolllnliuw
Saturday,
Onl) memberi ut the Aaan li
imu nr n( affiliated clnbi  will
la, .ill,,wed lu sail ill' lmals ill
Inline The ravine, program
drawn up Is a long "in , st.uul
ill^'    llllaallj'll.lllt    |h,     Mm "11      ' "11
linuaaii* lv  until the JJTd "I Sep
tember su thai intending build
ais have  nl   a  (jood  "ppultun
■ : a inu   in .uul having a
nable chanca "f Hcnriag
aal    llll     Illl/CS.
M.W   UI'.STMINSTl'.K
H   1    Klectrii C"   .hi
. iiiiiii.' loi ■ nden lot ilu 11.*
1 nm  ..I   1  new paaaetiget  and
freight depot .it New Wwtmln
ster. TEN
THK KXPRESS. NORTH VANCOUVER. B. C
T1I1C BXFRES9        RATEPAYERS' MEETING
CLASSIFIED All   i OLUMNS
the wants 1 the i rfering
of curp ni '    *   idvi iii-iii*;.
KATi-
in,* per line.
(Continued from page 1)
iv,ll. Blanc)
Kin-lie liner
I  Week
line Month
|i.*r innc-riiiiii
Gradually drowing
Our "Wnnl Ad." columns are
•tea Illy growing at peoplt ap*
pr-K bio their valuo.
Tf' y halp on* ovar many o>
lite't di*ncultlM.
Havo you sot something you
do not ntod, or noud something
you have not got?
Oo you want to land, borrow,
buy or soil?
A Want Atf will do tha work.
wjm
HEL? m 'iiill
GUI. WANTED - Lighl
housework Irom i ii'l i; noun,
Apply, Mis Baunt in n.il ovi i
Piano shop, I. •*"- Uio. 15
WANTED Voung girl lo assist with vinei.*i li* use xc-.i'k.
Apply taa Mrs 1) A Suiith.
corner ist strwt nnd Mahon 1 u
WANi'i.D
WANTED   A 1 1, -ifc nm
boat,   twelve to   sixteen   leet
Appl) "D," Bxpress Oflice,   1 ll
WANTED
tour-room hi
ill:,,,
To rent, three or
us,. "I," Ex| ress
taining ihe exact facts ol the
trouble with a view to a settle
mem in ,1 modified manner so
as imt to work an injury mi *
either side, li .it the conference the representatives ol the
people come to the same frame
nl mind Mr, Jackson though!
ii waa the dutj ol the House
1.1 l.nrils in acquiesce in lavor
a.l ihe I,inner, lie assured in
conclusion, thai he would us>
his besl efforts In arrive at .1
i i.u iiul solution oi the proh
lelll.
The [ollowinp petition w.is
ilnn read and laid on thc labli
[or signature, aftir whuh tin
prm ceding* were brought to t
dost bi .1 lew remarks Irom
.lavor May.
PETITION
PETITION nl thc Klectors ol
iln Cin ul North Vancouver ti
the Hon, W, J, Bowser, Atti
General,   government   offices, Victoria, B, C,
WHEREAS .in acute divei
rim nl opinion exists in this
city between the lour Aldermen
who .11 presenl constitute .1
majority In the Cily Council
.unl iln electors, "ti lhe question ol Street Grades, and
WHEREAS    the    following
motion w.is carried by a  ma
jority  nf the said lour   Aldei
men .it   ameeting oi the   Citj
Council "it Mondav evi nm  laal
1     Moved by Aid. Schult? and
econded by  Alderman  Smith
•th.it   Inspector ol Tramways
\[, lv.ii* he requested lo cuine to
S'orth Vancouver lo inspect the
i.iiles .uul inharm iln   counci'
Outdoor Painting
n quires ■ chn* renl kind ol painl
than "i I* ' 1 work. So if vmi
want tn painl the pun h di toui h
up th. inside uooihcoik let 11s
knot and we will supply
I he Proper Paints
11 tin* right luushis, too,
ii you bi ' 'I sn]
Have You tried Our
BILK TEAS?
Wc* have ;i spei isl whii h «>•
know vim will sppn'isti*
BLACK CEYLON HA
per Ib. 30 cts.
ti ,e tins ,1 trial with youi
next oilier.
LOCALSIKAWBIKMIS
fiesh 1 verj dai m righl prii t
C. R. HICKMAN
Grocer and Butthor
Phone i"     Meal Phone lij
111 Lonsdsle Avenue
Hammocks
FULL STOCK
'IV'-i  **
ALL PRICES
*
Stoney ft Co. HELLO!!
117 Lun-.I.il..       Phone 1 |i
Tin' |ai*i*i*i.' nan
('.mi'i it .mi ;i>
.1-'
-'j*~-C~...'~-
Have yru a hammock (or that verandah of yours?—If not
you had belter sec our stock.
paine & McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware - North Vancouver
NOT IIE
Nolice   is   hereby niven lhat
.ill persons indebted to the es
IHI   \.V. HSH M\HKI I
UI..1.T Ni-cc Mmm*;.'""'i'l
I'ln* ,*lae;i|.i-i dual besl i'ln.'.- in li'ccn
nr all kiml. ,,( In.ii and snaked li-l*
cii.,1 percentage ol gradewonld tate of the lata w. P.  Peacey, l1"1"*""*■ "P"**1--A<"■"■
WANTED   Plain   sewing  by
llll*      a|.l\ Miss I.,1111a,HI, U\.
Room ii, I'.ilaci Hotel r-
town
POUND On Lynn Vallej
road near the hotel, .1 pait ol
gold brimmed spectacles, Own
er mav procun sami al Rs
puss oflice Irt paiing lor this
.lllvt. IJ
FOR SALE
FOB   SALE   Double corner,
15th .iik1  Mahon, 100x12a 1 el
0:  ja.v. ..ish, halance,   '
and   is  months,  Owner,   Box
I   I I. I   'a l
FURNISHED ROOMS
Furnished Rooms to Let  in
,ill in..drin houae, situated  on
cal Iini   Apph, corner huh i i
lum  .md Sixth street,   Sorth
over, ist
MISCELLANEOUS
" allowed," .nul wi„, t\\u\ ,,„ ,|,e thirteenth d.i\
WHEREAS M.iir petitioners oj  March, 1910, at thn dtj   ol
u,   desirous ol  being presenl North Vanconvnr, B. C., arc n
ihould the Inspect", accede   to 1|Uirnl   l(1   )lilv   ___  .„*.,,,„,.,
lhe before mentioned motiono  ,,„,,( by them respectively,   to
council lor the purpose ol Uu.  ,lluUrsi^iiad  oa  or  beiori
Wednesday, 'une isth, 1910,
Dated at  North   Vanconrei
ihis thirty first day "f   U
i'ii". B, A. PEACEY,
Administratrix
'Ji
wi'. SELL it 1
h, not Da
lllcSl STREET, WEST.
G i young imll loi   icrvii
1 *,nm Is, uh Road and Lillooel
strut   1.. v    T Cowan
LOCAL ADS.
1,11 k I...uti 1 and N. Lonsdale
I,I,In Miirrai '     iin in urame
to it   lol in  inst block   on
iiuiiii will he ili rind  cleared
llin   llllld ..ish.  '
iH   I \i K  I nl TBT, lelepl 0*
r. U
h.ni
lis 111    ll,
pari  .1  I)  I.     n 1.1 *
This Is    '" il mini  'uu'
Terms, $1 1 .ish. halance  in
1. 1 • .md id months Cloac  1
raded  part ol   l.oii
plank road    IACK LOI
1 BT   telephone |"
>il icing thy views ol your peti
ioners before the Inspi ctor
nuw vnrii PETITIONER!
l'RA\ lhat vmi will cause public ii'iinc* io be given to the 1
;,,ia,,s .ai the I iu of North
Vancouver intimating the daj
nul Iiniii iln Inspector will al
iciul .nnl cm \"litioners fur
ther humblj pray lhat thi 1
1,. i.ais maj have the privilege
,,1 being pn senl when the In
spector meets ihe City Council
in order ihal lhi views oi vour
petitioners and electors general-
h mai he pi red before the lu-
spectoi
His Worship tendered the
ratepayers presenl 1 heartj
voti "i thanks f"t' the appoint
111111I "i a committee lookin 1 '
tin settlement ol the
question. The mavor made
the st.itiiniir ili.u thare was
no one had the power to tstah
lish the grades in the cit} el
,,pi iln ,11 council, He Hi 1
itaain the Municipal Clauses Act
the sections bearing on tin
matter which went to ihoa
ih.n the council had the pow> 1
io regulate plans and materials
, t, for streets snd in an ithi 1
section thi i..ninii w.is vested
with iln* power io establish
gem Ml : radi ■• foi thc roads
and -ii'i's in iln municipality
i.', arding the Tramways In
-p,rlion \<t lhe mayor nsairi
nl thai iln ii w.is absolui' ly ii"
,li.in* 1 iu ih. 1 iiei 1 ol iln A '
, \npi thai 111 the Kailwuj ■
Ai 1 the word "tramwa i*s" uv
,iii'l,d and non 11 pons had  to
III     111.ule   tl     llll       Uti  HI'      1     1
ei.il in-.li .nl o| to the Col
Sla,11,1
ii, 1,1,.i**i,     in* w, 1 h
th.it ih, 011I1 channel
J. W. BALMAIN
sl VII     i:\l.l NKI'.K
','il.llila.i  Ml:*\.*\**r llllll   ll.llilllt
Noll 111  V Wl'dl vki;.
N 0 T I C E
If you wanl lo sell your Property, fill in hlank ipal e and
Mail to
INKSTER & WARD
NORTH VANCOUVER
SAMI
ADDRESS 	
l.DI    BLCH K
.IU.
PEABODY'S
KAII.IcOAl*
KING
tv,- .ir,* sols sgsnti hsee
lbs "nly   iiiiniiif.i'I'iit
that plats -.1 ,'.i-l  ..iiiiraiitie
il line .1..  nnt llic-i't  eX|H*e-
. .it Ions,
ini pair
A nl he ton vi need
PEABODYS*
UNION iA
MADE I
■A
OVERALLS
Vs
IVsln.lv'
RsUtcad  Kinu
.a
I .*, Sal* liv
CUMMINGS
Clothing,       Furnishings,       Men's,   Ladies', and
Children's I'oois and SI
NEXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
!l\ LAW KO
\
HV LAW to providi lm
■ hanging the nanus ol 00
tain -iiuis .md to establish snd naiin certain otha
streets In the Citj "f North
Vancouver,
WHEREAS all streets in the
I'tlc    ol  Sorth    \ .HI1..1ICH    ale
1 !. rn.l. ..ml Works aa numbered   consecutive!j   Irom
iln    Bsplanadi   to  tin    north
lh|   11   I;   hound,nc    ot  tin   uly, .illd that
NOT 11 K
II  •   Puller snd A  B, tk\
cher having purchased mc hall
mii 11 st     in   ili     I tilt   "f   H
I iilhi .\• 1 n announce
thai  hai ini   even d nil 1
lion  with  ihe firm,  all obli
lis will he III' I ' I" I Iiih, isi rs .nul .ill iii--ti» \ *. din iln
lirm paid io them,
MATT B   HARTIN80
\ Gathering ol the ( I.m
\   1 m I Is*
1'
il Mi
'I. Neish Keilh Rosd,      I
I   ■
nn I. in .. Pipe bsnd snd
in
whnh   ih,   grades  ol  ■     in la fm .'s *'|s< streei thej   nn
could possihij lie deall aiihbj spaced al ordinarj distances 1
ivernuieni aas in the vas p.m.   provision   having   boot
..I ,1 dangerous car or cat  !ir. made In 1H4.1 wlnn ihe plai ol
1,1111 Ila,laa)    |h,     j || s|„ ,  1 , ,|-   , . ,,| |, | Slllllli ViMon   < A    Ccll.ll     |Sl|a,W    till'
report lo thi Attornej lieu ml cin was settled on l"t s i"wn
who could taki it up before thi sin   extending   hack  t     that
Lieutenant I'.ovi rnoi in C u.l potal
wlnn   .iini
I'llls
wlnn onlj   ri-I .ni
* nld le s, nt om.
Wanted
AND WHERE AH it has since
heen proven thai Town lotg an
required luiih< r north than list
tint anal .is ,i ,upaeqUiim il
ii in,iii streets have I • omc M
cesaarj ud iti being provided
Ior in plans ol raceni snh dici
sioiis "I  propertj   :u that p..r
tion of ilu iitv north ol  'ist
stint
\ND WHEREAS n is now
deemed advisable to altel ihe
numbering id the streets north
„    ni im Sim i and i" a ■ .,iish
lenclcr-are mcai.al |,y tin- t itv ____ „,,,,„. certain nihil    trteta
(^niinii lm the Seasoni pan m Irom Uml poinl aorthi
)«**- ; '^AJ'ff'Sr^S
rtib. AM) ALDERMEN
,,t  N'oiih  Vancouver   in    pea
meeting aasembled
ii ivionii.iv,     ,    (.>,,,„ ,,„,i ,,d,
lug  oi iln   Bj law ih
lm, loimi known i
II.RI),      shall    In nail, t     11     :i WU   Ai
n-uiW
I  I a     III      |l|a|a_l, a
I before i
.'nil, |uin. next
THOMAS SHI
Willi tlie  iiiii Im
n Monday,
ni 13rd itml
I, Pma and aillc 1 lhe pass
ill-   a,1    this  Ily  I,.iw   the    slice!
■ie    known     as    :,Ucl
sited  shall Inli.illil  U*   knowl)
as 25th slu*, l
1. Frmu and after lhe pass
ill-  ol   (his   B]   I.aw   lhe    sited
heretofore known as :|ih strut
shall   Inli.illii    l,i     known    as
.•71I1 stmt
|. I'loiil and alhi '.In p IM
illj;   o| this lie I..iw   ihe    -.tiiei
hvretolon known as i-ib street
shall hereafter hi known   as
29th    sllllI
I lli ll    11   llllll.'.    1    l.ll.llsll
nl  11 iccccii iln* streets hereto
un as .'ist and .'.'ml
street   .1 stint 1,1, lut in width
t., I*.     Down as .'.'lid slln I
h.  Then   is   hereb]
lithed  I 11 Weill  the   streets hel'i
toloii  known as .'.*iul aiiil .-nl
iui 111 width
In In   kBOWn as  .'|tll slleet
-. Thn- is hereby establis'
ed between  the streets hi reto
lore  known ,is ijrd   and   .'ith
,,,1 in width
to Im known .is .'nth sit. 11
B, Then is ben bj entabliah
nl ImIwiiii the siriets Intel"
me known as .'|th and l)th
stints ,1 ireet cVi feel in width
to Ih' known ss iRth si
Tins iu Lan maj i>e cited (or
.ill purposes as the "Streei
Naming snd Rstabllshment Hj
l.aw.   1
Passed hy lhi i nuncil on th
■-th *U)  "1 Max.
Reconsidered  I"   tin i nuncil
and ftnallj  adopt.'I. si-ind   !
the Uayot .nnl 1 ■   I hii.. and
.1 .iii.I wiih iln 1 orporate banl
nil the Si\1h 'lac   id   'llln .   \ '.)
I'll"
(ggd.)   Wiii. II   WAV.
Mayoi
v.l     TIIOS   SIIKI'III Kll
fill Clark,
A true Copjf, c ililicd hy llic
THOMAS  SIIKI'III Kll
Citv L'lcrk.
Look Here!
Wi luce just ii" ivi d ■ larfa
indl HOICB SELECTION .-I
Carpet
vSquares
in WII TONS, BR! SSI LS
i \l ESTRII S
I In pm 1- sre exceedingly low
Lace Curtains
in Savin" 11 l Nottinghsi
■
liiKlll KES   ANP  COI I'll
i n\ EKS   Lm 1 Hem Values
SEE OUR
DRESSERS
AND BRASS
BEDSTEADS
RATTAN and
SEA GRASS
CHAIRS.
lillllllllllliS
I2A lonvlcil-' Ave.
^^^■^^l-HW-l-r-hH-l-HW-'I-W-hHH-l-WH^
NOTICE!
Our Imsiness is now prtftktily on a cash basis.   This enablos us to give our customers the
hi^lt class goods we have always handled
at very much liettcr juices than tan hc obtained
from slons doing a credit trade.
Ire an iii'hi .mil CMBpaN quality aad pun
J. A. & M. McMiLUN

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