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VOLUME IV.
NORTH VANCOUVER, li. ('., FRIDAY, JUNE 7. 11)07.
NUMBER Hi
AldermanicCampaign
Mass Meeting Last Night in the City Hall lo Hear the Candidates a Most Enthusiastic and Harmonious Gathering.
The cit) ball wns filled to the
doors last night to hear the candidates (or nidi I'liiiinic honors who
are seeking election al tlie polls
tomorrow, The proceedings were
most harmonious, the only conflict
nl opinion being that expressed In
Candidate Percy Webster when
he took exception to tho suggeltion
of His Worship that the three ex-
councillors seeking election as
aldermen be returned, nnd asked
why uot make him (ilu- mayor) the
autocrat "I Norlh Vancouver.
These tillerancea were met by
hisses Irom Ibe audieni e.
His Worship Mayor Kealy presided, nnd seated with liim on tin
platform wns Reeve May.
The nui) or in opening thanked
the electors in n lew well chosen
remarks lor his election. His hnd
been ;i unique expi rience ihis year
lirst he w.is returned ns reeve
lor the whole district, then the day
alter this place was gn etti d i	
incorporated city, he u.is present
id with ii child (applause),
and consequently he bei amu tlie
lirst I.iilu r ol ihe first boy born in
the new , ity, and now he wa • tin
lirst lathui ol the m w city (Applause.) I In lew.iiu great future
I., lore us, and ii greal develop
incut work In I"' di'in \\ bib
this was iln foth vein "I lhe birth
ol the Dominion ol Canada we
oul] wished ii v,;... the ., ill , loi
then wi might have n population
ni ioo,ouo people, (Applause,)
lie cl'isi ,1 his remarks bj request
ing the return ol the three remaining llll inlui's  of  lhe  old  council.
In, Btise im the first lew months
Ihere would be a lol ol hard work
to be done.   Ni w by-laws must be
. n.n lul. lor the city hud   none   to
iiiinui'nee willi.   (Applause),
A. li. ("rich y wns well reel md, and suid that al lhe request
ol a nnmlici ol rati payers ho hnd
come out as a candidate lor alder-
manic honors. As one ol the
oldest residents on ihis Bide ol the
inlet lie bad always taken the
keenest interest in affairs pertaining to the welfare of tin- place.
When thirteen years ago he
u. ndcl his way up among blm k
Stumps In I'lllieiith street   willl  a
I. w other Bcttlers, und built small
ks,   tin \'   hid   no   Idi .1   thai
Nrnth Vancouver could, in |i
than 30 ye.irs oi iiinie. support a
mayoi .md aldermen, liul here
il , wen with t mayoi alrcadj
elected and a good one loo.
(Applau ' ' I Im City ol Nortli
Won ii ii, i w.e. tn be (ongrnlulati .1
on having n man al its head thai
li a. had years ol i xperienci ai
councillor nnd reevi . haa shown
hi. abilit) in ofli e, and has given
up time iiiiiI monej in sssisling i"
bring the city up to what ii is.
(Applause) •• As lo the policy ol
the incoming council, this lies yel
to be shaped.' snid lhe Speaker,
"and I shnll be only loo glad l"
support any measures that load
am ine progri ss und cxten ion
ol ' 'terprisi i within our ii '
There w, re ten mi n nominated,
six ol whom arc lo bo i liosi n as
till  luture ul l( nm n. und il he wus
givi ii iln honoi i" bo elei ted a
one "I tin   iix, hi  promised  to
Work   ll i   Iln   new   nly.    nu!   I"
lurther its int. rests with all tin
means iu hia power.   (Ap|
\V,  l':a I,  agn i I  with   M i oi
Kealy Ihal llu i ii (in       i
ol tin- old council should I" cleel
ed for business reasons Ap
plaun i   Wen In . in", electi al In
would do his best in forward the
best inti rests ol North Vancouver.
(Applause),
Ex-councillor Emery snid ihal
six months ago he stood in the
same place asking tbe citizens lo
elect him us councillor, nnd HOW
lu- was asking them to elect bini
as alderman, "There is no
issue," he snid, "and yet ihere
wns u great issue belore us, nnd
that wns to innlce North Vancouver go ahead." (Applause)
Therefore the responsibilities were
very great,   (Applause |,
Ex ' Oimcillor Irwin nlso received an enthusiastic reception,
(im ol the objects "I the mi eting,
more lhan anything else, he
thought, perhaps, was to become
acquaint) .1 with the ten candidates
now in the field. North Vancouver came into lhe city ari na ol
Canada under verj favorable conditions, ninl her citizens mist
build im the future, uud build
well willi the foundations for a
great i ommcrcial ciiv. " We
hnve great ambitions, nnd our
interests are mutual with those of
Vnncouvcr," said the speaker
amidst applause, When we look
backward on the progress made ns
well as forward to our unlimited
prospects, we must leel proud to
live here. We must not rest on
our liiurels, (or we have just commenced ".i work, The inu
council musl enact a new set ol
bj laws, lie wns devoted to the
work ol building up the city, and
what wns needed most in this
wnii, were broad-minded men ol
executive ability. Also he lull.veal in patronizing home industry : and il ihis principle were not
carried out ii would be impossible
to build up tin- place. (Ap*
pi iiisc) When new arrivals came
in our midst, welcome them nml
lend them n helping hand ns neighbors. Man) u young ciiy had
been retardi d in its progrc loi
tin wanl "I ii lew broad minded
nun ol energy. II. congratulated
tin i it) on having as iis first
mayor so able u man, who is competent to represent it anywlu re—
iv. ii nl \ ii toria nr Ottawa, (Applause) iim ol the lirst a -.j. ndi-
tup b "'i in"'"1". b) the new i oimi il
would be to plai ■ in ire hydrants
.(ml. ,i. nd ih'" tt.iiei system. He
hopi al in "' iill moro roads built
loi in nml si tilers, iiiii in ' nhancc
tin i.ilu. nl vacant property,
(Applau ii i
s. A, McDowi II spoke at some
eiii;ih In mi esthetic strain n-
[arding the splendid landscapi
environment ol North Vam ouvei
lb" -aid iii,it he did not call it tho
Ambitious • ity, because In did
not place any limits on its |
' litii . Win n ho was asked to
allow his name to l» plai i I in
nomination ihere was a dearth ol
candidates, but the trouble iei med
to be now lhat jtliere wi re too
many, He had resided here lor a
good man) years, and wns in lavor
ol 11 onomy, but at the same lime
he believed in progress nnd
i iha n in v "I II nice. " II wi gel
' a i -ni'iit high and iln rato
1. ii |'i n|,li mil imi i nun" here,"
be snid. lie finished .i very neat
ipi.. ii ].■. laying ol Norlh Van*
■ lhe priib id
tin i'.n Edcnol the West.
"    Vppl   IU '
|ni        lid lhat In- bad
been a i    lenl   hi n   I
■ cars,   and   ha I   wati In 'I llu
growth, di vi lopincnt, and tin i on
centration of the municipality
He assured the citizens that if
elected he would do what he could
lor the best interests ol the city,
He also promised that ho would at
all linn s give- n careful and im-
partial consideration to whal wns
laid belore liim ns a chosen representative of the people, nnd on
ilini promise he stood ns a candidate iis alderman,   (Applause),
Alex, Sniilh got a splendid reception, and said that it wns not
an honor ol his own seeking that
he appeared before them ns a
candidate for the position of alderman, Hut guaranteed that il
da cted he would give his best attention to tlie work ol lhc council.
(Applause).
Percy Webster differed with
Mayor Kealy in using bis oflicial
position in supporting tlie candidature of the retiring councillors
ns aldermen lor tho ciiy. II
they are elected, " why not elect
him the autocrat ol North Vancouver ?" he said amidst cries of
"no, no" and hisses. The
speaker then went on to say that
the city should set aside blocks
ol land for public buildings and
open spaces Ior parks. In Ins
contentions he ably contrasted tlie
the cramped condition ol Vancouver with North Vancouver. The
city council would hav power to
pass 180 new by-laws as well as
licensing by-laws, and he was
willing to give up his time to Ibis
work. The council should also
plan its public work, such as the
building ol roads, sewerage, etc. ;
and when once this work was
started not to be making new
plans and tinkering with it. II.
also l» inv. d iii ;i io-miniite lerry
service.   (Applause)
Frank Wheeler gol a good n
ception,   He said that he wanted
to show till in that he wns in the
race us an aldermanic candidate
with a free band.   There was lots
ol hard work to be done, and lie
was prepared to do his share.
" If you think my ability will
stand for it, and lhat my past
character will stand the strain ol
nn election contest, why elect me,"
he said amidst applause, lie
in.nle nn canvass,
Ex c mncillor Dr. Jordan said
that the remarks ol the previous
spi akors regarding what had been
done and what musl be done drov
things home, lie took exception
to the refi rence to Mayor Kealy
made by Mr. Webster. When he
11 ii,' nn v as olecli al as councillor
he sionil on the fence. And when
he wnii into the council he wns
agn ' abl) surprised at the broad-
mindedness and the impartial wa)
uf Rei ve Iv .dy in settling muni*
i ipal aiiaiii i, I'ln docloi sai 1 In
always belii ved in the position
seeking the mnn.   " Wo have a
;■. I townsite, and musl have .a
good i 'Uini il to help make it a
, i'"nt city," he said, " anil it was
lip tn llll    (nil I .  In BCll a I    till"    I"   'I
', - n, ri gnrdlcss ol petty things.a s
ma mi,, is oiihe first ciiy i ouni il
li the bridgi ai ro i the Sei 'an 1
nan v, i is to be built," he i m
tinned, "a live council was
ms di ,|. and you musl have a live
council il you arc to have a livi
town nnd get industries, Why
Bhould not North Vancouver havi
cotton and woolen mills, lor slu
wns near to Australia ? The
(ili/eiis made no mistake in honor-
in;; Mr. Kealv by eii i ting him the
lirst Mayor ol Nan th Vancouver,
Vou i iiii mv, ise ii uml sny iimt the
city Ims been equally honored
(Applau
his election, lie had promised
Mr, Iv nly that be would run as
alderman, but his old supporters
willed ii otherwise. During the
fourteen years he had been in
office In: could say thai lio had not
done so many wrongs, l-Ic said
that the electors had done tlieir
duty in electing Mr, Kealy as
Mayor, and hoped also that thev
would return the remaining
members ol the old innn.;!
" Vou areleaving tin old bomi
sli ad that produced you, ns it
were," said the old war horse,
" bui in so doing don'l forget that
tlieir old homestead cau produce
more cities, lor we have lhc
opportunity as well as unbounded
resources." (Applause).
Proceedings then terminated.
City of North Vancouver
Electors are warned that tliey must
not give more than ono vote to any
one candidate. Each elector can nive
one vote each to six of the candidates'
The Celebration
'1 here was a good attendance ol
members attheCitizi ns' Dominion
Day Celebration committee meet
ing on Wednesday night, His
Worship Mayor Kealy pre id I,
and Secretary McDowell was also"
iu his place.
The proceedings were mosl enthusiastic and harmonious, 01
course the i lib t matter discussed
was thai ol raising the finances.
I In ' ommittee will acl at once,
and il is to be hoped they will
nn el willl liberal responses.
The decoration committi o n ■
pmted very satisfactory progress
in their work.
The sports committee reported
ihat the grounds ol the athletic
club would be in fine shape b)
Dominion dny, and nlso thai a
grand stand would be put up,
The printing committee n porl d
that their work was right down to
dale, nnd that posters would hi
shipped to outside points this
wei k,
During the discussion which ensued on the rep irl ol the transportation committi e, it wns estimated
llinl there won! 1 be about 2o,ooo
p "pii: attend the. a h bration.
The meeting llien adjourned,
/anii',: ami Uenikmen :
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I   ngnei ssary aucli poll will ho opened
Saturday, June 8tli. 1907
IN MUNICIPAL HALL
NORTH VANCOUVER
i kepi a,|.."n i.rtuei'11 tin- hours
o 'i lo    i 111 and ; o'clock p, m,
The i|'i      alloi    for Mayor "I tho
Cil       ll    Ural election slinll Iw his
Ic Urltlsh subject oi tliu lull
ol I ('cul ■ i■ . and having
1 :     months   next
■ bis nomlnntl	
■ n ulstcri I owner in Ilm
"'  Olil '■ "I real j.r..]i<*rtv
■iin liiri ity, ni tlm assessed
valuo on Iliu  lusl   rovl "I   Municipal
l- ■■ sn ■. • I,'..11 of llio district, nr nil
tin- las' reused Mm irlpnl AssoMmenl
Roll lor Scl I purposesqI I'islrict Lot
273, ol live hundred dollars, or
more, over and nliovo uny registered
charge ond being otherwise duly quail"
ii' 'l ni ai voter.
The qualification! Ior Alderman of tbo
ciiy nt tho lirsl olcction shnll Im Ids
beluga iniil.' llritisli suhjecl ol llio lull
ngo of twenl.v*ono years and having been
iaar ill'" thn '■ mi.iul ii."si preceding
llio 'I.ii ol lii- nomination, nud Is thon,
tho rcitistered owner in tho Land Hogis-
Ir; 01 i iul r.'id property Bltuatcd within tin" City, ol the assessed value on the
■I Municipal Aisesimenl Roll
.'I lhe district, or on tlio Inst revised
Municipal Asscssnienl lloll lor Bchool
il I1 iai l.,,t No. 27S, ol two
hundred and llfty dollars, or moro, "\cr
und ul'ia nny ri giitorcd cbargo and be-
, nit uthcriviso duly qualified ai a rotor,
Io thc Electors of the City of:   In everj  Municipal School   District
Ini*v i'a i i ii hi in ■ .i houioholdor hi the
North Vancouver. 'J '"'">':i llrili"1' *"''"
t.tldi I "I'a'l ln.ill.ltl.lt :
At tbo i. [ii
ratepayers i havo i l< il to <
n eandlilato for Iln  no.-.ltlon     villi rmi i
llu- i ily.    ', .
your -ii|.|' irl
iln- honorable position,  i. - ■     III
progressive n-
•iai" reganl lor economy an I ell
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V,,iiritiai'aliiiii lorvanl,
A u i
Norlh Vu un a, n.i . i  Iih, 1007.
■ mil ngooI21 yean and other-
ui o qualified in vi.i.' at on election oi
i ru I.. . in Biich School district
Iglbla to lio olected as a Bchool
Truitco in bucIi Municipal district.
(own uii.1,1 mv linn-i. nl Nnrth Van-
■-'nl day nl May. 1U07.
\lK\".   I'llll II',
Returning Officer,
To the Electors of the City of
North Vancouver.
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At Ilm reipicsl nl si rural rnlcpayers
It gives mu ■ ire lo come lie-
fore iho. ■ llio City a an Alder-
Ihis oppnrti       ■ .    ■       :
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Iur seven j ire, I con*
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honorable pokitiuii.   I have nl nil limes
kepi in el li ail'    '
fairs "i iia" plm.
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North Vancouver, ll.l.', J      i, IIWI
City of North Vancouver   (To the Electors ol the City of
'/'., the lileclo i ni llu Cite of Sorlli j
I'ltncoiirrr.-
I havo lieen re pii -n.i  hy n  Iaar..',
number nl rnlcnii ■ rs  lu  ullnw   my
in 'aa ■ le I"1 put in fur ii" niii.ia, ii-
i iillicilli i". nl llu mini- el" li" a   '"'
iia." ('in- "1 North Vancouver
Doing ,i rusidc-ul nl leu ai ars' sl
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l'i Id ,11 NOTICK I* HEREBY
. ii ia. thu Elector! "I the
Diatrli t a.i North Vancouver thai I i*
qiiiro iln* nrcsonco ol the -aid clortonat
llio Municipal I lull, in llio City ol
Norlh Vi.
Saturday, June h
ihi. -Muir IM, l!)0r
AT u in LOCK NOON
ono ft -son -a.
i !"■ ui the Municipal Coun-
llecve, ni'i I"" pcrioni (mm each
- i|i ii :..i l.y tho North Vancou*
rl'ity lii" r|'ir.ii."li Act Auii'ii'liu.'iit
Act, WO! aa: llll ia. n| Council'
nl inr iho pur| I electing lour
"   "        lium in tin.  Muni-
cipiil Hoard nl Sa i i Trmlocs, in place
. I ivi ii lulled,
■ .uiiliai.it.- shall i»" inii.iii'il in
■: llie writing -I..ill bo subscribed
by Iwo rob n ol tbo Municipality ai
■ iindi i. .unl shall h" de*
Id • .i ilng Officer, al
.ia tin .;..!,•..i tliii notice
and 2o'clock p. m. i    Iho   i.i.  "i
 ill  ll tllCOVI "a'   '"I   il   poll
I |a.!i iiiii I poned
"ii
Saturday, Juno Mii. \%
.' Hall, iii Ila' dn "i
■ md "ill i" kept open
ii* "I
II iTIofli i I mnl; o'Clwli I'. JI.
To thc Electors of the City of
North Vancouver
hidiei und '.'■ a.
Having been i
■' .1 iii Iir i."inn. ted ils i i' Inl
tlderiniiiii i  a
upporl In'   I   ■■ i I       II de' my
li  i ;■> advance lhe Inl i
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Nnrth Vancouver, II. li,,
To the Electors of thc City of
North V.uic over.
/ idi,   nn.I lleitllenit iv.
Iii comnllnnin with ll
number of Irlcnd uuid i
uii!. presonl mvsell
tli" pnsitl I Alderuuiii nl ll    '
North Vaneouvrr.    i
reobanil
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THE EXPRESS,
N.aiih Vancouver, 11. C,
A Weekly Nevvspapii    Published b;
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ii.uii.u-. -ii." ua- iiii "ill. "in avail
.ililc   li nne i.ninn".   u"i ii
chance- ivi re -(t   usidc ful a |,iii|j
lime, ii ii"i Iniever,    I bet luial in
depend "ii iln- ini'   -'niai- uini
but it tvnulil he belter [ur uii ■
able in   walk ur   ride mer.    I be
l; : a ai develdpiiienl appl
ibe nortli iiiiaiii   ihai ii ivciiM Ik
disastrous In have   i\<
equally disastruus to have iln
controlled by mn railwat mil).
Reeve llyrne i!■ ■]•■ ■ I    \ ancnuvi r
IVOlllll n-e  'I- III -I  a :, |i    ,   a .  In „■
cine ii bridge upcll l" all.
(Lil W.i.   Walker, ni   Smith
Vaiicmivi i. ih' ugbl ihni th." '
could In ii .nia' a pa in   i," |iii-itmii
i i.iiii. lliul" |ii|"d,-iii u|      nh \ .in
couver,  .n.i linn it iin
Uill"    ll"l     . lliiil    ll    M     a,|,111
ti.illii" bridj;-' ■      In
a L.v.  level Li;      . h li-vi
ll|";al^a      Ctllll   I
and a I
nieiiui i i'   in
ci- "ill;' i child
bordei
I ■
l|aa\' .,        "      '
.""
'I'll 'I        '
t'Vl'll  till
|.a II   ."Ilia |l  ..   I (.if i
Md. llinl   'Inl   ii"i think llml
there was in
-aid ihai n iln re was to h
111'   WOlllll    [ll"|a     ' ..||„|
lliiil dul iia'l pinviili i ■ icbiciilal
and ia".; pns.sci  ci iiiiiiii".
\l(la     I l'.l|'       ' I \|l|,     Ml-
Spaddell seconded llml llu I
councils "i \ ivei and   ,'urib
Vancouver, iiii'l ill. a nmi, ipal , .oiii-
cil- "i   N'oith \ aiicuuvi i.
Vaiieoiiver and   lliirnah .   ba  •-,
l|Ul  -!■.!     1"        la. ...
' , ' ii|i"ii ilu    proviin i,al '.
meni     ll    n   iciio   ■ .
■ Hurrard Inli i. llu Ma; m ui
\'am .,[ tlif
,
Adjoin
An nil.iiiii.il in." Inn; nl the
rni.il i iiinn il was held in llt-eve
May's niiii e en Wednesday night,
when II was arranged thai tin- lll'sl
nn a ling aa| tin' i iiiiii il will |>e Iniil
in the l.inu   \.ilb \   SI Iiniii   li'iiin,
am  Monday evi ning next, al
clock       I In"   hilim    lu. .itiiin    III
tlie luiiiin ipal hull mid "Una - will
he ilisi iisseil ami action taken
thereon.   Considerabh    difliculty
ll'iSI ail ' "'Hi' ' liiitl U lib llu-.
HI,llli  I   "II   ila I lalllll    aal     t||,-       , ,l|,  ||\
vl iaiil,ib,c blisiiu*! |an uiiMs lu-ie
I here '..• ie  pn si n:  Keeve  May,
and Cinincilbirs Nye, Knbson,
I i.i\ isnn .niii Mi Naught.
Frank Mellon Dead
Aboui ..i'.'n Saiiii'd.'i) morning
'Ir.  Sieve    Spence    when passing
da .11";  ScCOtlll  -Ilia I.   \"llll   \ illll'aall
ire, I" "...iiu i hcsliTlichl and Lons-
. I." ivi lines, iaiiiinl l-'i'iink Mellon
il; ing mi ilm -nl. mill, li ua- evi-
Iiiii ih.ii li. hinl nipped uml fallen
a* iba i, ...i- j nasi) gash in his
'. ia la; ngainsl ibe walk.
I I:    '   a     'ia. il   v ||s    aiiiiii,..nul,  bul
In .'I unl nn nothing inr ibe unfortunate man. i nroiicr Diplock lul.I
iu in.|ti. i und a veidicl ni accidental itt'iilh ua- r.iiuti..1. \lr. Mellon sonieiinii - worked iu logging
a'iaiup-. a- well a- ilu Western t or*
rati ui lb li.'ul resided In Xuiih
\ anciiiivi-i" iihi'iil lun vein's, and
peeled In all who knew hilll.
MooJyville All Blacks
Organized
' in M ml ■ lasl ilm ''I".i'i;\ille
n.n. inn    lurilL-d  iiiii  cil
c al     '■ ii' ral ineeling a,i iln
IliiM-lmll   [•Inh.   I'resident i     h
..". upii al ib. cbiiii   nml iha- ibu i
Iran :u i. .1 ua- lhc organ
llli;     aal     l||a'        ||  .,!,.     |"|      |||,'     .,.|-,,||
I I.,  ib'  playi I- :
■ I   '.. i ampbcll.
i --i lium   i ainphell   and
I... Um
I n-i I.., .a   John McDonald,
>cc,i|id i..,-,    Joe \iiilrcu-.
>11.*it -top   Wm. I'arker,
Ibiril bi-a   I,,,.. I'arker.
I   ■ 'III'     ll' l'i        I'llll'   Slllilll.
I . ii I'n id   Miiii-.ii Naher
Kighi iicl'l   Nap. I'arker,
I'm Im- -John     I'arker,   in""
I'arker.
II lives   II. Naher,   V White
haul.
'      ■ iliivs   i na.. W .ilK* r. I;. I
I'liii t'liinplii-ll.
:i.a l.  "i' i. iiini.il-. ' \\
Ii'l    llll  I V.l|'.'ll aa||     I',*!!'!   ,  I.
Death ol Mr. Lowery
Mrs Wm I ,ov ,i",, mollier "I
ihe well-known humorist, !-• T.
Lowery, now n resilient ol Van-
couver, died a lev, iiiii-. ngo in
I'eliaile.i. I liil. 'Ibe ileieasi il ludy
was bm u in Ireland So years ago,
nnd ui- noted Im her love nl
humor. |>i» tn mnl romance.
These i|iialiti('S she largely nn
|i:ni. .1 io In'i sou. Colonel K I
I. ... ■ mi- widely known in
the West.
Speakins ol Mrs, Lower)'s
death, ibe I', to.b .in /, ■.. has iin
billiii.iii"
■• li In.s |i<, ii mu Ireipii'iil ilnn
nl hilt* t" ililniiii < lhe ib alb "I
main old i ili/ens, nnd ibis week
vve have ;iii.illli i In .nld In lii.
nillllbi i Ilnn b im  in   i il Inun ibe
activities ill ihi-. lile in it, rnal rest
and happiness Mis. Willi,nn
Low. ie. I lentil in i tired mi I bin-,
Jay, the ijtb instant, ai ller late
residence mi Chestnut street.
I lei In uilh  Iiiui been  [ailing (or
some i ■ past, and as slu- bad
lived ih>" albiii'l lime nl man,
de,nli was unl an iiiit xpected
vi-iini by ber family. Her Insl
day ■ were iiinde happy by tbc
ministration! and presence nl In r
bedside n| all her family but om
smi l\ I. Lowell, ol lb ('.
Dei • i it'll was a  devoted   and   lib
long member nl the Episcopal
ihiiii'b.
- Alter services al bouse, inter
ment look place at Hillsdale
cemetery on Saturday afternoon,
wiib Canon W. Craig, pastor ol
Christ church, Petrolea, offii iating,
The lloral tributes Irom her old
lli, ll.l •  Wl I.    IIUIIII 1'1'i-
•• I In pall li'iii. i- v., i Messrs,
Hugh Simpson, A.   Mcljuien, (j.
S.    I'itkill,     L.     W'nlle.    (,en.    (',
M in ii and Chas.  ligan.   Her
husband pre-dei eased her fifteen
years,   ller lamil)   an   William
M , John A.. Siiniii. I M   Pi
trolea, and Ruin. T., ol H.C., and
Mi .■■- Ii'.i, In I M. and lillllilalinr
M '
l|i In d.l*/
lourlst
Hr-crl
Palace Hotel
lies! I mulshed Hol el on the least
II* I IS:
1,80 tier Dflij
.„(! l'|i
Special Rotes io Families nnd Regular llnnrders
Half-hour lorry coniK-ction to and fruin
\':iiiciiii\,i"i", llnl mul filial wilt it in every
room,   lli'lnrii  call   bells   in   every  room,
KI l)A & ANDRUSS, Proprietors
Skconh Sim i i. NORTH   VANCOUVER, IJ, C
WANTED TO
PURCHASE
itSSt\ AAA    Worth of North Vancouver
-fJUfUUU    Property lor Clients.    ,    .
Owners are requested to call at our ollice, or
mail a lisi with lull description and particulars
as io prices and terms,
We can guarantee sales il prices are right,
and we are given sole agency.
(live ibis ymir immediate attention if you
wish \oiir property transformed to cash.
PATHOSI'/.E
the
PlnSEER
BARBER SHOP
Lsnsduh Avenue,
utile corner of First street
11 ATI IS
rpiARS,nul TOBACCOS
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO. Ltd.
na. :••'
i—■--——-
Corner Lonsdale Ave. and fifth St.
SOUTH V.Wl'iH VI'.K
IURT CAMPBELL
Prop.
WE CAN
Mi. W. Nu holsnn I.nib y. archi
li ■ t, has removed  his  ollice  hmi
the \\ i stern ( nrporation lo tin
I'ioneei    I'ainl   Shop,    nn    thai
Esplanade.
NOTICE.
WoTll'K    IS    III-.III.IIY    lilVKN
L~   ilnn ibuiv .l.iv- niicr ilnli1  I   hi-1
lini'l tiiiippb I" iln- linn, Chiel t'oiii-
nil.—inn,-I' ol Until ainl Wert- Inr per-
iiilanlnu i 'i ,i Kpcciul license, tu cut ami
carry nwav limber Ir  lhe following
dcic'rlbed Innil-, nilunled in iln- ('nail
illltrlet:
Couiiucncingnl a post marlied ('. II.
C, i'ini,id HOebniiiR ui'si ul entrance In
T'nlai'iieArm.Ilienee80 cbniiis iinrlli,,i
tlicnce 801'hniui weal, thcnci' su rliaini
-a'lllll, lb.'Ill'i' illnll;'   blincb   In   |.aai|||   „|
I'oiniiieneenient, einitnliiing lllll acres,
in..ie ur I,--.
C. II. iHi-.   !
Sel Your Real Estate—Rent Your
House—Invest Your Money In
Mortgages at Good Interest.   ,  .
A BIG BARGAIN IN 273
NEAR THE WATER
WE ARE THE PEOPLE
To  See,  if  You  Wish   to Buy   in
North Vancouver	
EVES & LAWSON
liompson Mod;
1 'II. .N I    ll
.   NORTH VANCOUVER.
SEEDS,
TREES,
PLANTS
Sn SccdlesK Pliunii, Sn Pities* Apples
Sn Cohlen Corn—Jusi nld reliable varieties nt reasonable prices. Perlllinors,
IVi' Sn|i|iiii's, Spray I'limps, Spraying
Material, rut l-inner.-, etc, Oldest established nni—cry iiii ilm mainland "f
Uritlsh Cnlunihiu.  Cnlnloguu Iree.
M.J.HENRY'S
MUM IHIS AM) MinilOIISIS.
VASCOUVKH, II. 0.
P. S.—II your liuol rchantado nol
handle my seeds, send direct, We prepay llfty packets, nsBoried varletlea nl
jardcii seeds in live cent paper! (teitnl
stock) tu yunr nearest pnst-illlco for $1 i
twenty (ineketa Ior '>n cents, Trial col*
leel ion,
When you want
a job of Painting;
or Paper Hanging
or Kalsomining
done.   See
Hardy & .Stoney
Sixth Strf.i i
NORTH   VANCOUVER,
A SHOOTING   BOOT
I II Siniib. publii -.' hool ni
ipi' lor, nl Hamilton, • Inl . and
blc ilaughti i. Miss
i i ih,accou pan cd In Mi
Marki.. ol \ ana ouvi r, and Mi I
(' William!. ol ihii i ity, wi re
Tin li> - alb i    this
Mi  Smith, who has filh .1
for
"aa| , DU   || 10 Ml H
iii    nil be I Miss Smith
..   pi a , :,   , d   trip   In
mil  ilhel i ua t ' .In ■
dl        alii in  all   Ilil   11.1.   ,    I,.i
sei u no place v. n h am h bri li
pi   peel       ib.   Ambitious i'n-
nl   the   I'.n iln   Coast,     Y- st. i.hr.
wilh tin' i'ini". wi re I ii I elford,
Mi i in nni Mis- Peebles, ol
\ nni ouvi i. when ihey made lhc
Irip to ila' i iipilana Mr, Smith
li u li tin i I' i; , -ph ss today
foi tin" I ni Mis Siniib will
itop lu ri l.n nexl month.
A   ilu'" inui sidi "."..iiii  '"
laid, as su an ,i- ib. bimbei arrivi s,
on 1'iltli '-iiei't. Irom St. Andrew'!
10  St. David's   avenue.     Alsu "lie
will 1» laid mi St Anali' w a •.,.'
Innn b'irsi in I'oiirth sin -1 as
■ .ni" j   possible
IITV OP NORTH VAKCOIVEII
rpi.NI>l,H.<*    MM.    INVITKH    TOl
1   clear and urade Sl. Andrew'* II I
jr..in Keilh I luml i" Kii'i, luii b Streei.
-I»", ni.. iii.ii-i'.iii be liml ai Hi,. Mum.
a 111 it I Hull, ulnar.' milled tender* am.I do*
limit, niii-t In* Imlaed bv K u'clnck, nil
Wedneidny,.lime i.ii.. IHO",
Ai 11. I'ini ii-,
('. Mi
TO CONTRACTORS
rni-ISHKIIS l-'OII ADHI'I'ION'S Inllil.
1    N'nrtli  Va iver Sel I.   Mr. S,
Ijiiley, iiri'liil.'ct. Nurlh Va ncr. will
-la..ii  plan- ami K|icelllcnlloiii( lllld re*
ci'ive iiffen mi nr bejern lllsl Mav IWli,
IV.   P,   I'l.Allil,
Secretary Schoel llonnl.
TENDERS WANTED.
IPKNIIMIIS WANTKIi lull l:nl i.ll
1 liradiiiu pnrlinn nl llu I loin- Hnnd
.ai iln- llni*. near llieliii|iilaiin llnml
T len in I..- in mil liiii-Mliiin luii,. l.
I...iii'-I ur anv lender." ii"l in nrll)'
Hi I'epled,    I..( pnrlii'lllliri Uppll Ui
II.ai'l .  Lllll 111 , a (In,, I l|l.
ilifi! I' hie Sl., vniirtiiivcr
,...«..,.,-,.     A   find  A.'i'lit
\\ AN I ED-t0   reprcscMH
 A	
SURVEYOR'S
BOOT
PROSPECTOR'S
BOOT
AN   AI.LKQINI)  (iQOD   BOOT
BLACK ENGLISH GRAIN OR TAN  VISCOLIZED CALF
DOUBLE  SOLE,   EXTENSION   HEEL,  9 Y. W.   SAME
AS   HAND   SEWED
-$8.50"
Rolled Oal &
Hour
Haij and Feed
Seed*
\l I orders
DELIVERED
ibeBrackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Harry Mitchell, local manager,
Lonsdale Avenue.
PYKE'S   SHOE   STORE
5i(5 HASTINGS STREET \V.
PIOIER lllll GOODS STORE
li.r   nur   -i/.r   nr   hnve
uni' "I ibr lineal und benl
-ini'l,-. in llritisli Ciillllllbill,
U'e nre lnylii|i Ill nn  ex*
l.'ii-ive itriek nl
UP-IO-DATI UtCOBAIIONS
North \ aneuliver,   Tu » nuud nuill u
in.,-i  liberal iiiiitracl will  he itlven.
Apply   Huoili  -I.   H"'"i   Im I«'n.i  cor. 2nd and
Vai    Ull  i  II. I'a ' Lon.rlile Av»
(ur the ureal cell bratlnn un
I Inlmi Day.   tt'u open
tbcin up  imxl week.   All
(-..till* ninl liupci I-
.Mu-. II   A. .-ui"
N. VANCOUVER
If you are qoinq to BUILD
or do any ALTERATIONS
i'iiii-iiII ii- nml ive mil
save cnu Ml INKY,
Plans, I Ic,   prepared   fur  tiny
style house,  I sibilates lurnished
BUILDERS    6th St., West
b'ine, heal thy Tomato and
Cauliflower Plants, grown Irom
Sutton's Seeds, always,on hand.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
lUnTK't: IS IIKIIKIIY HIVKN THAT
^ I nhall apply to the li "Inu Hoard
Ll tin' District Municipality "I Nortli
Vancuiivcr ul ila nexl  meeting l"r a
I hotel license ler pri'inlies known ua l*ul
K, lu the Siib-dlvialuii "I but 871, Uroup
11, New IVestinlnitor Dlntrlet, reilstercd
in the banal HegiaUry OIDcq nl Ibr Ciiy
nl Vancouver,
A. M'liVOY,
I   Dated May nth. 1U0", Till.; EXPRESS, NOKTIl VANCOUVER, B.C.
couver
District Lot 265, in the City of North Vancouver, goes on the Market
in a few days.
300 50 foot LOTS
_m&a—mam—~—tk~—mummm—m—mm—a—mmmwmm
Vari|in<j from 132 to 164 feet in de|>th
This will be the Industrial and Business Section
of the City
Take tbe Car to liewicke Avenue and Choose your Lot
Robert Ward *«■ Co. Ltd.
Pbone 279
Corner Hastings and Homer Streets
J
:    The Newly-erected Store     |
\ Corner 6th and Lonsdale Ave. 3*
\Z "IU l>e Occupkil liv • .
1f.w.templer&cq|
With a Full Line of
Groceries, Etc.
0|>cn about June  IOIIi
:-.
% Your Patronage will be Appreciated *;
t\N
LOTS
70 v 240
$300
Close to snw mill and plank road ;
ten minutes Irmn car: only $100.
Also a few i | acres lot $2001
terms, io down, fto per month.
Mouse in lei. ii rooms, all conveniences; splendid view, Also
one for sab" j $500 cash and i;n
pci month,
Iwo perfectly cleared lots on Lonsdale Avenue
$900 each
WESTERN  CORPORATION,   LTD.
Electrical Storm,
Tuesday was verj warm and the
air humid, The electric shower
iu   the   afternoon   produced   a
I strange phenomenon here,   Al tin
i Palace a nucst was reclining in
one nf the big easy chairs, and
directly over his bead hung an
electric globe, when u sharp Hash
lii ii, and ut tlm same time rang
the call bill. Also at the resi
dence ol Councillor T. S.  Nye, n
| mile and a ball distant, at ibr
corner ol Lonsdale avenue and
Queen street, the electric wire wai
' struck, which put the system ol
his house lighting out ul use.   It
.may be also added lliiit while
Manager Bunbury, "I lhc li
C. Electric Railway Compan.f,
was at the wharf, al I
gardens, bis hat was knocked
ull. willi a lla-ib like all i .
plosion ol Iniisi" powder, in liis
It is als ported that .i ,'critabli
waterspout was Recn ncai llu
mouth ol lhc harbor, whii h i- sup
posi 'i i" have been llie b rinination
ol a huge  lightning   bolt,    llu
, click, similar to tin mi' In in I ,ii
the hotel, wii"- also heard 3011 h 11
awii'   Ir  the  h Ulse.    Mr,   Nc
all o i' - eivi d a slight shoi k. I In
distances bi tween those two points
is about one mile and a hall
Thunder is very unusual oil llu
Coast.
.\or
•nuii' ii
in VANCOUVER FERAY &
Summer Time Table, iu.17
LEAVING VANCOUVEI!
CITY:
STEAM I II
ST. ill ■un.1.
"nam A.M.
a.   Ifi       "
s.no  "
S.IU "
11,110 "
10.18 "
11.18 "
12.1.1 P. M,
I 16 "
2.15 "
:: Id "
1.1(1 "
:,.b,i "
11.15 "
7 3ft "
8.15 "
11.15 "'
10.15    ■
ll.::n "
-II Ull.l:
■ .  1 is. 01 VI r.
IMS I.M.
Hi. 1.1 "
ll.i:. "
r.'.i:. P.M.
1.15 "
2.15 "
3.45 ""
1.46 "■
6.45 "
11.46 "
LEAVING  NORTH  VANCOU
VER CITY
II IMKR
SI,  ,.|..l"..l
•11.20 A, M
»7,20   "
- .11 ■■
	
11.46 "
10.45 "
11.45 "
12.45 P, M.
I 16 '"
2.4J "
3.45 "
1 15
6.46 "
H.45 "
7.46 '•
- 15 "
'.1 15 '"
10.45 "
•11.46  "
rtAMI K
-..   I IM OUVI K.
J. \V. BALMAIN
CIVIL   KM .INltKH
AMI   AUCIIllKC'r
Plana, Quantities, bnols
Superintendence ,,(Construction
I.a inu Miiiii.i. ''..iisiai I-ohmmm Ave.
NORTH  VANCOUVER.
10.16 I.M.
11.18    "
12.16 P.M.
1.18 "
2.18 "
3.15 "
1.15 "
6.15 •
5,18 "
7.15 "
G. E. JORGENSEN
(iiii Inqinor and  "   t. tint karat,or
III..'., .'*.'-
i:«iiii»i"..iui,lt,.a, wm,., Poweri, EltlnaUli
-ii|«'iuil..|i.|.'„i.   1.1   liiiiairiiri    M.i.a   „l
I"""'"'"-. I'l" I Mmini ("liilliia, llln,.|,rlnli
ol siila.lni.  '
-11 lluiinn si. w., • ■ VANCOUVER, u. c.
Sol "li Silli'lai
-rrxii"
JAS. GRAHAME & CO.
Painters and Paprriianri us
Murai. Decorators
Grainers    Glaziers    Skins
LONSDALE   AVENUE,
Opp. 13111 Street.
MEN'S
FURNISHINGS
li, J. Osborne, Edmonton, was
here   on   Monday.   He   reports
business brisk at his lown.
Subscribe lor The Express.
TAILORING  AND
BOOTS  AND  SHOES
Our new Mais are bore;
nur Spring Woollens are
bore. Our store and overv*
llilng therein is new, brigfil
ainl clicerlul, Our prices
aro right,
Patrionizc Home Industry
LWUL WOLF
Tiiomi'sun l'.i.".K, • l,ii\-|i\l,K Av 1:
A swell liiini 1 was held in Lai
son's pavilion on Wednesday, It
was given by Mr. Bissett in honoi
ol the Derby; the custom in the
old country being that altei i
Derby mo i one is held. Tin re
was a large nuinbi r pn si nt, ami
ihe music was furnished by thc
on li.'sira iiinn the Hot. I Astor,
while Mine Host r. Larson was
iii' 1 aterer,
Capilano Eotel
CAP I LA NO   KA .M
I ;>i i • dl   the
hi'.uii. ■. -I ,, 1.1. tmpulil      i.   lb '      I
leel abovi sea   I ri I    Idi all)   siluati d  lol
wishing an • hili u it in j i limati. ba autiful mo   I
■>iii   .1 1 Iiu 1 I 1 I sl
A I, w lea ;i. Irom ih' summit ol Mount Cro*    sn 1
iim Lion
Tally I." nu el   car 1 onnecling will   ■     (err;
at Hewii Kn avenue, rclun | bclwi     I   ind , p.m.,
calling at llu tv m inyona and the suspension l.
allowing lime loi inspei tion
RATES:  S_'*.s" to s-,.<"> Per Day
A. A. CROWSTON
GENERAL   BROKER.
Insuimncc    In all a,. Branch*!.
Minim.    Placar and Hydraulic
TiMB-n    Hardwood. Cedar and Fir.
M»-,»c.r.n rou TMr Commircuu
PdOTICTIVI   Ar.tNCH
Ollict*:  Flrit St., E. of I mi...'. A>a.
60   YEARS'
RIENCE
Tntot Mna-it
DctlQNI
CocyniOMTi te.
■          *.- v < ...lirnli r.,.1 •1«*.rrl|.|l,.*i mar
' , 1 11 lira *li.lli.r .n
1    ■  -   i   11 11..ii na
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