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Num ber 1'
LARGE DRYDOCK, SHIPYARDS
AND CAR BUILDING PLANT
TO BE INSTALLED IN NEAR
FUTURE ON NORTH SHORE
The announcement is made
Ihal arrangement! which were
known loi some weeki past to
he pending have now I een completed bj the Imperial Car,
Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co,
l..r the comtruction ol a it)
ilmk ,nnl shipbuilding t>1..nt on
their property .it Roche Point,
The dink ami lhe \ anls w ill he
built b} Swan .mil 1 limnr ol
Newcastle, who arc niuler
.i.ii uncut to begin construi lion
within a stated period. The
ihnk w ill he a sn und 11 iss dock
wiih enough to accommodate
the dreadnought clan and i nilt
so that it i.m he lengthened
ihould it be necessary at anj
Inline time. Mr Niiol Thompson, who has been in Ottawa
loi "ine liiiie negotiating arith
the government lor an increai
cl subsidv in lieu oi lhe construction ol this larger dock
than thai whiih was original!}
contemplated has at length -m,
inihil, the i.il'inet having for-
mallv  authorized the increased
sllhsiih    at   a    session    lnhl    ill
Tuesday. It is now uiured
thai Kmlie Point will shortly
in ihe scans iii greal activity
anil that ii will ultimately be
ilu* mine ol ,i very large In
iliisin employing hundreds ol
men A model of the sli-il i.u
which will be manuiacturd by
The Imperial Car, Shipbuilding
and Dr\ Dock Company is Bow
lum:   hiiilt   at   the   Irondale
Works m Seattle where il has
i ic.iiul .uiisiih i.ilile stir imong
railway men.
The  allllolltlu Illctlt   ol  the sm
■il completion ol the*   m
gotiationi constitutes, perhaps,
tin-   most   Important develop
imnl arhkh has taken place mi
iln- North Shore to date ami is
,ui i .iim si 1,1 ih,- iuiliisiri.il im
p,'ii.mn which is destined to
ail,uh to the watcrlroni Irom
1-irst Narrows to North Ann
.nul perhaps beyond both
points
lur oi. friends weie invited ami
a view   taken nl lhe in.iiiy COfcl
ly .uul beautiful presents, ink
ens ol iln- popularity ol tlii-
higli esteem in which thej art
lnhl in the community. Shortly
aller noon Mr. and  Wis.   HutS
pluns Kit lor Victoria where
thev will spend a daj. On .he
lollowing daj   thej will  Ic, ie
lol   Seattle where a stay   ..I    ,,
lew dai s w ill he made ami' ai-
terwards they Intend concluding their honeymoon nip by
Spending a lew daVS at Sliiw-
nigan bake when thev will return to North Vancouver where
their future reiidence will he.
Mr. Humphreys, who is city
treasurer (or the litv ol North
Vancouver, has just completed
a handsome bungalow on King
slreel    west.      The grounds ;.d-
j.inin have heen arranged lor a
tennis court and he and hi-
hride's introduction inti married life will he tinder the iin.si
Favorable aud charming "l nr
clllllsl.lines
I, AC ROSSI'] MATCH
Mount Pleasant  [O-North Vancouver 3
Notwithstanding    the    fact
that the team was weakened in ihr absence ol several
ol the stalwarts, the Sorth
Vancouver team put up mie ol
the lust  exhibitions of the   na
tion.il game that thej have
vet  produced when   the}  met
the Ml Pleasant team in 'in
scheduled    match    of llic   city
league Wednesday evening   lhc
match was played on lhe   Ml
Pleasant   grounds.    Tin-   lirst
quarter was again fatal t., the
local team as thev allowed iheii opponents lo talh six
of their tea goals in that period. The three goals scored hy
the   local   team   were   all   well
earned .unl constitute the largest tally yet attained hv them
iu the regular league matches
The next scheduled match will
he plaved on the local athletic
grounds between North Vancouver and the Beaver club on Wed-
nesda\   evening,   July htli,   tllc
game to commence at 6.45.
SECOND NARROWS BRIDGE
BYLAW TO BE INTRODUCED
Tin adjourned meeting of the
cil\ council was held in thinly hall Tuesday evening* Ihe
Mayor presided and all lhe al-
diTiiiin vrere present,
A communication was receiv*
led fnuu Reeve McNaught in relerence in the Second Narrows
bridge project.   The Reeve said
he hoped the iitv colild vote a
libem] amount lor a subscription in tin* shares of the Hurrard Inlet, Tunnel and Bridge
Co.
Aid. Sihult/, moved, seconded
hv Aid. Irwin, that the Reeve
he invited to meet the council
,ii ;.*," on Monday evening for
the purpose ol going into the
matter lully.
The advisability of proceeding with lhe preparation of the
two Inlaws for the purpose oi
purchasing shares iu the Coinpanv and borrowing the uecea
ttt) amount was discussed and
on motion of Aid. Irwin and
McNeish the city solicitor was
inatructed to prepare   the   two
h\ laws *i- heretofore mentioned
the amount to in- left blank,
Bylaw No. 107 to enable tin
cit} to hollow lln sum ol |ji,
1:0 for ihe purpose ol acquiring
lands in 1). I,. 547 and :;t, approximately 39 acres, i,,r park
and other purpose!, was passed two readings an.l relerred to
ihe solicitor,
Bylai NU ms enabling the
citj to borrow fi6,oon lor  the
purpose ill 11 mst llii I lilt; a street
drain on Lonsdale Ave, from
18th slreet south to the waterfront to carry oii  the surface
and   oilier   water   was   passed
'two readings.
The recommendations irom
the hoard of school trustees lor
the purchase ol block :i7, I). I..
$46, 4.44 acres, at S-\7,s" pat
acre, block   11, 550, 3*1M •' tn
It S(,i'"o ,111 .uii, and block
ioo, I).I.. 550, for 126,600, were
discussed   and   it   was reaolvcd
ia, adopt  the recommendations
1	
(Continued on page 7 1
DOMINION my..
It   has   luen   arranged   at   a
meeting   ol lhe committees   to
hold the aquatic sports on both
l-'inl.iv aiid Saturday. It was
lust arranged lo hold them oil
Fridav, but alter lhe dei ision
to make the celebration ,1 two
dais'  eVC>t   sotiii   ..I   lhe  sports
wen- divided up between   ths
two davs and among these was
ilu aquatic sports.
I'lKHWOKKS
SOCIAL
The   ladies   of lhe Methodist
iliniih an* having an in- cream
sinial in the ihuiili on July
■Ull al eight o'eloik.
CITV HAND
North  Vancouver city   band
has secured the engagement lol
play at the grand Porater'i re
union   to Ih' held on   Larson's 1
gibunda in  July,   The   local
hand will lead lite procession
through the streets of Vancouver. Mr. C. W. Morrison was
iln iimi agent in sscuring the
appointment lor the local or-
tfi oii/. ition.
th    Von Graveniu, ol   tlu-
brokerage hnu ol Ward.  Bar
lllel-.tcr   and   Vol 1,1.1' ellll/    of
Vancoaver, has moved into lus
new  house on  |th street west.
lit Ml'HRKYS-CAMKRON
Um  oi   tin   most  interesting
eVentl Ol   tile season   took  plan*
this morning in St. John'l
ihuiili when iln- marriage was
solemnized between two oi
North  Vancouver's most   pop
tilar yottO|  people,   Ml    Sviltle-
Humphrei s, second wot ol Hi
and    Mrs    |)    Humphreys,   ol
Mvndd     Anil, m     I,l.itilili.iti;cl
Cruchorne}        .\licrg.i\,i\ciim
d-w Imi;' , .md I'li/ahetll .1 ,
second daughter ol Mr. and
Uis   ll    C,inula.n ol  this   llt\
.md  formerly   ..i  Rater,   Eni
The uiiiii..in. whuh took
plan a I II o , loik, was JM-f
I..lined    h\     the    Kll        .1.      II
Hooper,  ricai  "i st    John's
church,   in   ihi   presence   ol     i
i.ii;*. iiiiii,bit aai i,lativM and
friends,   Including  tin    Mayor
and   111-.    Mav       Hi     lohn Al,
\atid, i   presided   *ii   the
and  played  ih.   bridal  march
llolli      I. .In iei HI     as  the  blld,*
I    i.mn up tlu chancel steps ud
ih,   -.itnu,  wiii,ii  was hilly
choral,  opened  wnh tin* hymn
"Lead   us,   ile,imnl\   Father,
lead     Us."      Sl.Hin l's   live [old
Arncn lollowing the bleaain |
Barnbj 'a inn anthem "0 l'u
In ! I.oii■" was Ming al thi ...'i
. lm ion ol lhe service,   followed
In Mendelssohn's "Wedding
M i . v as ib,* bridal party left
ib, church,
Tin*  bride,   wb,,  w.k given
iwa)     hv   her   t.libit,     lo,,l,,,l
. ii.iiinni:* in a *.ii- travelling
costume, She wore a large
hai trimmed with dark chiflnn
"i'i caught up wnh a rants   I
pink, and i allied a shoWeT boll
i|in i ol while loses, sweet pens
atul whiti   i.iltl.ill..lis     She was
. in, tided  In   hu   sistei.   lisllli,
win. was attired ia a sun .1
hltle sir-;.- and i.ill led a boll
'l'i' I   "I   pink   latnalions    anil
roses The bridegroom wai
supported in Mr P N. Bayllis.l
Tin ihurrb was bcaiitifullv
decorated with dowers arrang-
nl with exipiisii, i.iste After
iln * i n tnonv a lm pljotl was'
held at the home ol the bride's
pin nl-. al  whnb a Lire,,- nun.
BASEBALL
Fourth     street   "blamed     lllc
short end of ihe score in their
game oi baseball with Third
itreet on Tuesda- evening at
Recreation park, lt was a livt
innings gome and ihe first innings   was a  land slide   lot'   lllc
Third street aggregation, they
having literally batted the
Fourth sinct pitcher out ol the
boi and toward llie iluse ol tllc
inning tin* latterii i were chan
ged   willl   good   elicit  as .t11 it
w.ii.ls demonstrated This inning gave Third strut seven
runs    Tlu balance oi the gome
was kcclllv coiih lul ind the
le,lillle ,,| the Lillet p.illl'.ll
was tin- clever Work ..I the new
Fourth stmt pililur who held
his oppotii nts down to two runs
lm three innings. Third sue. I
w i l.l taa bal [(MU times and al
though thev were entitled li
atiotht r   inning,   tin    smre was
smh ihat they did iiiii require
lhe runs    The final   score   was
*i in  |    Tin  batteries mn
Third strut, Recluby and H..x
ler. Fourth -.nui, Grail ami
Hamilton and Rllengaou iiul
Anderson A game will be
played this evenin between th.
h'. ,il Batata nun *ind lhe First
slreel    Wasps The gome     Is
i.illed for Mo
SCHOOL CHILDREN'S
ELOCUTION CONTEST
l.atsaan's pavilion whs thronged last evening by school children, parents and Irnnds to
witness the renting COmpetl
Hull whiih took the pl.i" "I
the usual midsummer entertainment held on the oua i"ii
of school closing for the summer holidays,
The hall was crowded t" the
doors and standing room was
next to being al a premium
The principal event »f the
evening was Ihe school girls' rl
oi ution lompi tition for which
Prof.   Macnaghten was offering
A FEW LOCAL CELEBRITIES
;      oj     n'
Tin above skctilus wen caught on the «*ing bv Mr. J P
Gilbert, cartoonist for the Westerner Magazine ol Seattle,
who, together with Mr  M   B.Gilbert ol tin- same periodical,
WOS III  the iit\   last   week.   The   Weslitllel   Is prepain*
iial edition dealing wnh Vancouver and adjacent tin,i iry, in
whuh North Valium'.' wii; U represented
The portraits will 'u readil} recognized as ilm,, ,.t Uniil
U II Hay, Mi 1) G link. Mr Alexander Philip. Clerk ol
the Distriii council, and Mi Thus Shepherd, a.I. rk lo the cil;
council,
The fireworks exhibition on
July isl and jud will open each
night with an .nt i.l salute and
ascent ol large fire balloon
bearing aerial set piece followed by Illuminations, bouqueta
of twelve piiimd rockets and
floating   water    fireworks   as
shown b\ Hilt Urns, at the
Alaska-Vukoti expositiaiii The
set pieies lor the lirst night's
display will include unong "'''
ers the Canadian Bog, Alladin
tea and tree, the screen ol
pi,ills, and timber screen, inw
electrii icreefl as shown at the
AVIV lair, North Shore Limited  No.   i  engine and loaches,
covering over 1,000 ■quart feet,
I the  Nyanzu   Pells  and   C. 1
Night sigh. The Second Night
special designs will be balloons,
Illumination   water   fireworha.
36-inch aerial shells, compound
electrii wheel, Indian Palmetto,
ilu trie screen hooligans, see
saw and light on the water !>c-
1 '.u en two battleships, another
of the A V P.  i.lll   pieies,   etc.
a Jj prize in I ...'ks Tin re were
hve girls entered ami as remarked by ihe examiner he did
imt think lie Ind ever uu 1 is
man} good read.rs In ..in class
as those five girls wh" took
pan in tin* comix 1 ili«>ti.
Principal Iteim, n  was m   \\,K
chair in the plici of Chairman
A.   K    Steaci   ol   tin   school
board whose genial uiUlitili,nin
has heretofore i-i .1 number ol
yeai > .1 di rued th. .hau al theie
annual functions, Principal
Bennett I llul tin poaition la *>
moat  capable manner and   in
..pit,        tbi   I .1   that lhe cl.il
i*r p.ii' *.i iiios, present  were
boVI    .nnl   gills,   p. lie, 1    onler
prevailed throughout
The program opened wnh in
address     bj    the     chairman
who      made     a     lew      [ntTO
dnclon   remarks     ThU   was
loll..weal  Iii   Instrumental   l>
Ciaai ',    .md    Harold    Breea
whose   1 li in inanipiiLitiiaii
iln   pi.ui.. demonstrated  theii
,ll>lIi 1 \   III  the all
The   competition was   nest
announced and thus, wh,.
part   wen*  in order ol proceed-
ure, Aliie Wilson, Dorothy   \n
dels,   Maittic     Mnssoii,    N.I1'
Harlow and  Vera Campbell
The pieces whiih the}  li.nl '
recite wm*   Tennyson s "Lady
Clare" and Wordswotth s   ode.
"Intimation of Immortality
The pieces were vast]- illllet
etlt, the lirsl being of the sim
plest and the second aim* aai tli.
most difficult in languoj 1
"Ladv Clare" was lirsl   ic ii
ed   when   an intermission    was
given during whnh Miss Doro
tin Lie, sang "Pairiea I.ulh'
b' with 1 ,uii -I' iiinn accom
panisi a recitation bj Annii
Reid, song hy iln- id I  chii
drill   and   a   flog   soli;.   In   tin
liom    Mns    UcAdam's
room whnh was encored and n
spoiidul to , 1.m linlul tin   pro
cram for tin int. rmisslou   The
contestanti  again took   tlnn
turns   on    the    platlotm
Wordsworth's (Mi was recited
This  concluded, 1 mpire   Mi
wick   oi   ih.    Vane
lllell  school   was (tiled    t"   ll 1
plai lorm lo render his deciaiol
In a mul- worded addn
Impressed upon the childr.
tluessili       |or      ib .1111.   •      ol
speech, distinct deliven .md
thoughtful expression    lli
there  was  nothing   i.
than     I   reading,   It   w.r
one ilnn   merely to be al
pronounce the worda, but  the
Mai    pan   m.is  * , '• •
111      0|S1     ,,|     lb,-    .lUlho, I,    ,11
.ml make pu.pi, undi   land
It through expression III lead
III}; Mi Sub'Wnk said tint
lour oui .,( th, lue nirls had
mastered   ibis in a pn n.iUnced
manna .md In totalling np his
points In- lound then oral ven
little    dilleretiu    in   II)       lb
however, .considered tb.u *ii ■
Dorothy Anders had aimed ti"
priie oi prol Maaaghten with
Miss Mamie Mnssoii m nd nml
she will receive the •lll'l'!*
metitarv pri/e of f | * n by
the sihool board Ml DOTO
ihv Anders was Ilnn called to
the front and amid al OVItion
received  lhi   handsonu wl    ol
I ks 11..111  the hands ,,|  l'rtn
lipal  llellllett.    The seiolld pn/e
will be awarded  latit
III     lb.well,   om* o|  tin   nils
was called upon lo  hand
..III   lile    rolls   "I ll  I   [oT    the
■1 ill,  w hull wi li   ptolnl. II
ikrit} and condeel
lhe    names    ,,|    th,    l,,||,,w
npils win ,ailed ..nt and
..1,1, m imu i..u,i io the Ironl
ind   leu Uld   tile   toklll   o|     ills
nn. in .ii Itoin th>  li... 1. 1    Rth
■ I    Rnssell,   Kendall   Howell,
llu In.ui       Parks,        ■!
Whiteworth,     John     Barlow,
Barlow,     1'
\\   Cati     l-ii.i Siniib, Donald
ti   sim Ids. Rthel M
Ruth Sn mis. I'.'Kic D.n, '
Han -ii    Norms   slu. Id    Fr.
malt Thom.1     111 1  M    li. !
leanii    M
Kiliot    '      1   Siroli h   Mn
II. w, 1   and  l-'.lleilt I'illn t
lll.lllks   w
,,|   '     Mi    Sedgwick   ami    i..
|||a:     a V-b*.     lOtlllllllllld la, llll
pi       on      The   singing  of   lln
il   \11the1n .onilnd.il tin
•ms
Iliu   ol   the  main  balin,
nin   wa   tin* ilae
A, -    Mi Adam's    pupils
.ure fourteen lit 11.
ill  and eai h wm.   ,, sash
ol red, white ud blue an.l COf
Mul .1  Itlloli   Ink      Thev   tii.it
, Iiul llnlll  the  real  of the   h.ill
kc<pm.' linn- «ilii thl piano in
two lines ami sang the Hug
souc; and at the satin turn
Weil thmagh their ti ik   iliill in
|M |[u t   older
AQUATIC SPOKTS
Owfa^   to   the  change in ar-
rangament lot 1 two dayi' ce*
b Illation the following ai|Uatic
sports program was m,l iniTiid
ed in the official pTogTaffl :
KKIDAV
1     Speed boal race aopeni is
miles,  |o.)0 a.m.
Sailing race i Irwin ft Hit
lings' Cup) 7 miles, i.jo p.m.
I s.iihn^  ran-, dinghya,   ;
miles,   I  |, (i.lll
|,   ( Iiii riggers    'iiiLit's   dotib-
llille.    2  p.III.
(|.    Rowing     linen's    doubles,
lad} nu 1 '. mile, 1 is p.m.
Rowing   I shipbuilders)   1
mile, .' ... p m
7   Canoe    race    lady    and
■■cut *    mile, .' is p.m.
Fl   Second heat outriggers
p.m
a   Singles  (led}    and gent 1
•   Is   |1 III
III.     Calloe   1,1,1     men -*    llnlll -
hs) ■ ... p.in.
It.   ltiternatioii.il   | *.ii race,
• 15 p 111.
II,    1-lllal      men's       doubles,
(lad} uixi i p m
ii   .'.«. yards  unit's swim
ming, pis p in
' 1   Green pole, 1 to p m
IS    Duck Iiunl, J p 111
lh.    Spadi  alld bog  1.1..
p  111
17   Decorated  boata, |,i$ p
m
II Local  motor  boats    hall
diiap ; nub 1. i' la, p.in,
SVI't NDA\
p tn
1    Dingh}   -ailing race,
Dinghy rowing rocs   boys
undi 1 |. m
i   Dinghy roaring 1
uiniii pm
I   Sw miming, n.i yds (boys
nmhi 1,    I.45 p in
I .an ..ai   iub ta.e  (boys
llllilel   I,     |p in
I'     Ladles'   dill; ba     I.m.   I I -V
p III
7     Pall      dill. Ill     tau     1 hovs
undei p m
X       ('.teas-      Pol,        b,a\S      llllllll
p III
Duck Iiiiiii fbovs und* ■
iiiieii,ilium 111 and siiaw
Urn social givei b} tin \\ A
..I si 1..hit's church Tuesda}
1 iinin^ was ,, marked succ.ss.
 tint  01  tin   iredit
M who i.miril.
lliul I, 'In Items on lhe pro
li.1111 It was tin original in
tuition to hold the soii.il on
tin  sp.i, |o||s p,.tltnls of the i..
ton on mh street, but an 11
count  "i th. liii ss ol   iiii
Hi 111' .1111.1   MTV     Ull
mmfortabh out 1 .b.ors and ol
a tons,,|in in, it w .1. In hi in the
hall adjacent to tin  church,
Th, 1 ■   ,..i   realized  bv the
I.idn k amounted lo I TWO
Till-.   rAl'kli-Sb.  MJKl'll   VA.NCUUVhK.   li*   C
THE CURRY CO.
DRY GOODS and GENTS FURNISHINGS
Corner Second and lonsdale. Phone 53
SALE SPECIAL
\\ e have secured a line of mens' black cashmere socks, guaranteed all wool.   Sale |mu - - - 25l-
Ladies' White Shirt Waists all sizes, values to $1.31).    Sale
■    -    -     $1.00
llu
What Railways Will
This Year
Includes    VboUt 1500    Miles
Contracts   l<el and Engage
ments   Entered    Into   Cover
-,000   'allies.
m 141111111111111111 hi 111 n 1 h ii<h ii 1 milium
III Mill lllll'
TIIK   BR] DGE
is DOMING SURE   ROW IH Till: TIMK TO BUY BEFORE
PRICEI ADV \\i 1   IG U.S.
NORTH   LONSDALE
1- ..him; tu in*: ONE rn nit-: i-i\i:-r RBilDENTUI
SECTIONS 111  S'ORTH I'ANCOL'VKR.
0a* lot on Rjre Wtatt, 100x131 bei  hr I'M. il warn  -1 hm
iiiiMiei•   u,. have ti... ai.lj..iiiin.' loi li.-ie.l ui HOO,
Om lm ..11 E**i sm*. 1. IDOalS Iwt, al       tint)
We bare iu bei tra Keith road, lull 1 Mock Irom ear, be |UO0
"11 f.-ei ..n Tiiirii'i'iui. -liii-t. i*l.'air.-.l, I,I..It fn.in ear, at ..  .   |73ll
11 yue limit am ..j ii„. ;,i„n*,* mt qnickljr,
A V. Markle
G. W. VANCE & CO.
(or. Mr. A Ions-Idle   Phone 17(i        Brunch OIHcc-ivnn \nlley
Canyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
Extensive Groundl. High-elm lervice it moderate rates.
Ptrailj Roomi en suite with ip. ciil ratei,    HouieGreitl'y Enlarged.
Ell)   11.nl   lu  siiininit  ol    (irons.*  Mountain,     altitude  3000  feel.
Scenic Delights      Fishing      Hunting     Mountain Climbing
Unequalled for Holiday, Long or Short
F. CANCELLOR,
Manager,
SEASON 1910
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\
Bressey
Peers & Boult
RIAL ESI VIE
I    IMII.1,1       •
toUtf Publii
Phone
IS1*
A cau nil consideration oi
e 1 ni11.1.11 li 1 ami engagements
entered mi" with llic Dominion
and provincial governments,
shows lli.il lhe various Canadian railwai companies expet t to
complete and bring Into opera
tion about ; ,ooo miles oi   new
lilies w 11 lii 11 the next live Veals,
savs iln Railwai and Marine
\\,,<Id Thii estimate is made *•
mi the basil ol contrails al-
readi entered into and construction work Immediately in light
and docs not include various
projects which may reach the
.u live construction itage within that time, neither does it include the mileage of vard an
terminal lines and the second track work in progreil or
contemplated by the C.P.R.
Prom the contracts already
in hand it WOUld appear that
ir.uk will be laid this year on
not less than 1500 miles, about
the   same    as    last   vear,   and
from the engagement! entered
into with the diilcrcnl govern
incuts,   it   appears   that   there
will be very little diminution <-{
that   rate of railwav building
for the next three or (our
\cars.
Hritish Columbia Will I.cad
Hritish Columbia will prol a-
hl\   show   the heaviest    imu i-e
in mileage during the next lew
yeara,   for  it   has  contracted|**»IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIII
wilh   lhc   Can,idi,in     Norllurti 1' ~S~0~~
railwav to build hoo miles, and! as    (lu.    q     f.   branch Linen
wnh the Kettle Vallej railwav „„„-„„, ,us jllsl pi,la,i, n the
to hmld ijo miles bv the M«l°» Britiah market an issue ol
n.14.    The C.P.E. has either _,.„-„„ „,   ,  pt,,. Cl,nt   -,„,„,,
undei   contract   on Vancouver „„,n,„1Uv(| |1V ,h, province, Ior
Island   or  in  contemplation a- Uic instruction ol branch lines
about   MO miles of line,  the (
T.I'.   railwav   has   under
P. LARSON,
Proi
i**i"l"l"r
Lot adjoining Boulevard on 12th St. for $875, cash
$300.   A Long Way Below Value.   :    :   :   :
Martinson & Co.
62 LONSDALE
SORTH VANCOD
Phoat tr,-.
AVENUE
VER. lit'.
r.o. H,...
in Saskatchewan as follows;
Regina to thc international
I boundary line near Portal, 15,1
miles ; llolli Ucgi 1,1 lo Moose
Jaw 110 miles ; from Biggei in
a soiillieaslerlv dilution, 50
miles ; from Prince Albert I lo
miles;   Cut   Knife branch  50
miles. These lilies ale to be
built in addition to others pre-
\ioiislv   arranged,  upon whuh
miles ol  track  was laid   ill
CONTRACTORS
\s
i'io.).   Contracts have
for an extension ol to
the   Melville-Voikloti
miles on the   Uelvilli
been let
milea on
line ; bo
Belcarres
NORTH VINCOtVtR TERR) INI l\__\
STKAMER ST  CEOKGli
STK. NORTH VANCOUYuH
Leave Van,
Leave N. Van.
I.can* N,   \ all.
Leave Van.
Vju a III
'b.45 a.m.
*6.2o a.m.
•b.45 ■'"»•
7.30    "
7*5"   "
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B.30   "
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9.1J    "
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10.15    "
10 15   "
l".l5    "
10.45   "
11.15    "
11.43   "
ll.lj    "
n.45   "
12.15 p.Ill
12.43 I1"1-
12 13 p.m.
13.43 P-»>-
LIS    "
1.43   "
115   '
1.45   "
!  "
1.43  "
I   "
2.45   "
>IS    "
**45   "
•   Is     "
3.43   "
1 13   "
4.45   "
1-15   "
4*45   "
13   "
3-43 "
s.i 5
5-15   "
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13  "
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643   "
7.25 "
7*45   "
13   "
; -is "
s IJ    "
1.43   "
* 13   "
Ms "
9.15 "
9.43   '
9.15   "
'145   '
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I0.I3   "
10.45   "
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11.00
12  l.i    "
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Sntnla
Time
Table   sublet   to
change without
Ilotlie.
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
"W ■ '■ \ in rar,' Captain I indliy
Li.. nn I t.>r t*, pin engeri.
TIME TABLE
l,.«\,« Vain,..an,'I
II  * I  III     I.TII,-'    Wll.il
Ivi-ll  l).,i| I a.a |il  Siml.ia
s Oll ,1  III.
0 .1111.
ii.no a.m.
1 1 no p.m.
, p in 16 00 p.m.
'   P   111 a   ||,||1
p.m atlurdct Onli 19   "  p.m.
Sunda* **i-h( dull* . I I     ' |>-in.
17 oo p in           "  22.00 p.m.
Single Pure lie.       Two Tickets 2.V.
11 Irani North Vancouver to tbe diitrict beyond
in Rivei     I..nm, b "\V. si Vancouver" makei .-ntinec-
liooi, without leil, witli the len Irom North Van-
1 nun r, 11 chi dnl.
Advertise in the "Express"
eon-
tract 2oo miles, and will place
under contract tin- remaining
500 miles ol its svslein within
1 year, and the Great Northern
railwav, through ils subsidiary
company, the Victoria, Vancouvei' \- Kustern railwav has
a considerable mileage under
contract and nirvev,
In Alberta and Saskatchewan
In Alberta and Saskatchewan
the Canadian Northern Railwa *
and the G T.P, railwa) an nn
der agreement with the D* .111111   ,.
ion and provincial governments *__ ■*, J1 ls 'M-U'd >h,l(
to build over i,vxi miles oi ","rk w«l be gone ..n aritk on
main and branch linea, and ol the projection of ihia line ion
these s„me ..,. miles have bee,, therly from Regina to the In
placed under contract. In Ihea. ««uUional boundary thii year,
provinces the next tea vean tor the grading ol about hit
will se* ,, large mileage'con «_• uf B,«ar <" 1UlK;
structed of the Alberta At Great ford. Under an agreement with
ftaterwava railwav, on which *• A1,H"'II Bovernment, the
work is'at present temporarily ;«'™P"1,IJ    lu^   sinAstiakn   to
suspended;  thl   line to  Hudson Wld •''""" '"   !:"'- "> [>__*
Ihn.  lor  whnh the  Dominion ,,,',t  i"""vimv ■""' w'\s *»_-
nment haa granted i 1..-.1 =<»»tructionion one line,   via.,
instruction vote and the Hud- from Toplield to Calgary, npon
son l',n a Pacifi. railwav, tor •«•* track was laid to Cam-
which s'urvevs are at present in bt°n, 26 miles, in 1909 .A eon-
progress   in  vie* ol,   as   the   w   lusl,;,n,!'' ""' ' K', ■
managing director aava, a sUrt etuio" of the lit* into Calgai
this   sim.imr.    Next    to    these lM» u'',r-
provinces Ontario will show the C. N. H. in tint,uio
largest increase in mileage  for    Th*  Canadian Northern 0*
the next ten years, principally ,,,,-j,,  railwav  has  under con
in connection with thc Cumuli ^miction loo miles Ironi Toron
an  Northern Ontario   railway *.„ ,,, Trenton, aa ine Ural sei
.md  the National Tranacontin tion of ita line to Ottawa,    it
niial railwa) is expected that contract! will
G.T.P. in the Eaat be placed during the yeai   lot
The  National  T.'.:„si,„,t,.,..t„    H',  balameol ll.e line and also
al railwai when completed will ^r the grading of the Une irom
extend Iran Moncton  N.B,   to   , m" "' ""•l1"' ^tg  the
I'rinee Rupert, B C, >,.<«> ','" "' ll"' lowjlo-Ntamw j
,,,.1,-s Tli, lirsi portion of this IW company, lhe exiens,,,..
line, which , being conatructed _[ the line Iran north ol Sub
hi the Domini,,,, government l""vl'1' ' n Anl,T,ls T'
ihrough .. commission extendi s~ni <™l it U not ikdy that
Irom Mom.on to Winnipeg* _V "tenaive wort will be
Cantraeta have been let for the done thli year,
grading, eti   ol the whole db ( N K on the Prairie
tance, is"i mllei and upon thii    In 1 recent  interview Preai-
mileage there are 742 miles of dent Uackenzie slated that lhe
grading and nHj milea ol track C.N'.K. expected to add suine
laying to be completed within boo milei to its lines on lhe
ilu next two or three vears. In western prairies this year,
tins part ol the line is situated There weie about joo miles of
the Quebec bridge, tor which grading done in 1909, upon
the government is preparing to which track was not laid,  and
Tenderi will be received bj the undersigned ap till 10:00
a.in. Wediiesdav. July (.tl., 1910 (or clearing part of D.I.
272, North Vancouver, containing about 36 urea, more m
h ss
The low,st ,>r am tend. 1 aol m-ieiuril* 111 epted,
I-'ull p.utii ul.us .m.l specification! to be obtained from
K. V. WINCH & CO., LIMITED
WINCH IllllOING VANCOIVER, B. C.
rELEPHONES—279-ato
LYNN VALLEY
The cin aw now running |>um mir n.-w rab-diriaion,
located loroai the atreet from thi Lynn \ullcy store.
A few loti -iill wiling ut tin- original prior.
Wi have u'sii 1 nmarkabli line sub-
diviaion, Fioing on thi exteniion of Um
GRAND BOULEVARD
which wi ure offering now at nmqb-
iililc |irif.'s.
CAMPBELL & EVENSON
9 Lonsdale Avenue. Phone 135.
Illlllllllllllll
-I-!-'-'-'. .1
-*;-*r*.*-r*i
receive tenders
C, Tl'. in the West.
The western division ol the
line whiih is being constructed
by the O.T.P. compan'. extendi
[ruin Winnipeg to Prince Rupert
1746 miles. Of this mileagi
traik has In rn laid ..11 -Jinnies from Winiiip. :• i" Wolf
Creek, west oi Rdiimnton and I
tram service is lieinj;     |i,rated
at Bdmoatoo    A contract has
hceti let for ovei * milea iif
tlic line eaaterli ti m i'rinee
Kupert, iiiui traik is being laid
on ilu- Inst joo mill lituated
almost entirely in Hi it ish Columbia
Branch Lint *
A siibsidiarv compai J known
I CONFECTIONERY AND
1 ICE CREAM PARLORS
FRUIT, CAND1W, ICE CREAM
nM/LINK OF BUlfMEB DRINKS
CI0AR8 AND TOBACCOS
STATIONERY, MAGAZINES
OFFICE siM'l'LIK.s, ETC,
Fred. Bosquet,   Pro|>.
contracts have been let for 2.V
tuiles o| new work m Manitoba
Saskatchewan and Alberta,
other contract! will be let  in
the near future
C.N'.K in B, C.
It is, however, in Hritish Columbia that the C, N. R. will,
through the C N Paclfil railwav, hc most active during the
nexl lew vears. The tolllpaliv
has  undertaken   to build
miles hv 1411 of which 50 miles 1 hides in addition lo the laying
arc   to he const™,led on    theof Irack hiiiI thc completion ol
mainland and to miles on Van- lines graded in 1909, the build
couver island during the GUT* lag ol a seiotul track between
rent vear. So lar as other Winnipeg and PoCU|l ll I'fii-
Mackenzie    I    Mann   lines are rie, aitdllie i oustt in lion of   |s'i
concerned the ouh one upon utiles on six different lines In
winch construction will be gone Manitoba, Bnikatchenmn,   Al-
i:: l.iins.lnli' Ave        P.O. Box 111       Phone 13
on with this year is the Portland Canal Short Line from
Stewart along the vallcv of
Hear river, B. C, for I] miles
C. P, K. Program
The C.P.R. construction  pro-
1,00 gram   for the current vear   in-
but,1 ami Hritish Colninnia, for
which contracts have been let
(or completion this season. \'he
extension of other lines has
been decided upon, but it is uncertain what further contrail',
will be let this season.
The   Kettle   Valley    railwai
which   has a small mileage   in
Ci mail. 1, eai 1 mi nd Into h i
gleemelit with the Hritish Columbia government to huihl 23"
miles of line of which 15 milts
(Continued <m page j) I'liii  I-.\I'K1'.SS,  NURTH  VANCUUVER,  B. C
THREE
SUMMER KNIT VESTS AT
MODERATE PRICES.
A complete allowing of
wiili- range of itylei iui table for preient tiros
WMring, Best quality vein From tin lead*
in;; makers, perfiotly made, iliaped and fin-
ishcil. Tlie liesi vnhii's thai you will find
anywhere,   Note ■ few styles;
At 15c—Kim- Ribbed Cotton Vests in Low Neck,
No Sleeve in Short Sleeve Styles finished  wilh t.ipe.
At ije—Twelie attractive itylei in line ribb. d 1 oiion
vest mide with fancy or p'ain voles, in long or short
ilteve st,i.s.
At 35c (j l.n fl.uo)—Fine ribbed cottuii or Lisle
tbreaal vests in about till different Itylei, Low Neck,
No Sleeve.   Short  Sleeve and  Long  Sleeves,  some
with fancv crocln leal yokel, others trimmed with lace.
Gordon Drvsdale, Limited
a/ '
575 Granville Street. Phone 3541
>KRY OF LIFE OF
UlKSIAL CUSTER
c
ONTENTED
I'STOMK.KS
AKKY
ONVICTION
c
OURTEOUS
IVILITY
ONO.UERS
ONTRARINESS
For   onion   and potato  setts  also  flower   seeds   of
best quality.
HALL'S GROCERY
PHONE 189
Cor. St. George's & 8th Street
N. VANCOUVER
N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1910
JULY
1st—Flower, Fruit end Vegetable Show,
nil Dance at night.
I'".an-
Pricci for rent of Hall
and !ocials, J12.
Cr lo I     1'   | \CKSON,   i.|th Mreet
Dailies, 511>; concerts
M. f>NOW, JSecretdrt|.
ALEXANDER V. RBILLY
Teacher ol
Artistic Pianoforte Playing
North Vancouver,   S.iturdays
Studio Address, 939 Davie St. Phone R.5732.
Buy at the
Welcome
Parlor
And Save Money
We positively guarantee all
our groceries to tie thc highest
in quality and lowest in price.
For Groceries, Dairy Produce,
Vegetables and Iruil.
Highlands Potatoes Si.oo per
sack.
New Potatoes, 6 Ihs., 25c.
Best J. & M. Co(Iee,lresh roasted and ground, 3 lh $1.00,
also a grade at 25c.
Indian and Ceylon Tea, 3II) $1,
also all standard grades.
Battel Ironi 25c to 40c per lh.
Fancy Apples:
Wine Saps J2.75 per box.
Oranges all sizes from 20c. up
to 50c. per dozen, guaranteed not touched by frost,
and sweet and juicy.
Large assortment of Kngliih
Candies imported and domestic Irom 15c. up to 50c.
Also Fancy Chocolates up to
M.on per lb.
New laid Eggi daily, 3 do/en
for Si. 10.
Also Soft Drinks, all llavora.
Ice Cream, the very belt.
All kinds nl new fruit daily.
Intended lor Missionary   Work
His Record iit the Civil War
Dashing Cavalry Lender.
Though he was horn in Ohio
and perished away out on the
little Big Horn, it is in Michigan that the iiioliunielit to
Custer has lately been dedll at
ed. Michigan's interest in the
brilliant soldier is due to the
fact that the first brigade oj
cavalry raised in that slate tor
service   in   lhe   civil   war   was
commanded   by Um   "golden*
haired   boy general."  He wu
one of the most skilful ol the
many line generals developed in
the Jong struggle between north
and south, and was casilv the
most picti!rcsi|iie. In dress he
was a veritable dandy. He wore
his yellow hair long, and thus
set the fashion for lesser Indian
lighters like Buffalo Bill. Even
the Indi.iiis who linallv shot
him down considered his striking appearance as denoting ar
almost superhuman antagonist.
Designed fir Missionarv Work
I'nlike Grant and other generals whose genius or aptitude
for military command was never suspected until tlic emerge!:
Cy of sudden rispoitsil ilitv re
vcalcd il, Custer was a soldier
almost from the cradle, His father belonged to the Ohio militia, and us' d to drill once I
tnonth. Frequently he would
take his little -on, George
Armstrong, with him, as the
youngster teemed to delight in
the exercises. When he was four
\ears old the proud [atheT had
a  little uniform made (or   the
luture general, and aimed wit'
a wooden IWOTd he used to tod
die along beside the bearded
militia men. This was not the
lust training for the missionary
which both pan nls fondly hoped he would become, His very
name bespoke his destinv, as he
was called aflcr Armstrong, a
noted colporteur and missionary.
His War Record
As he grew up he showed such
a decided benl toward a ttiili-
larv career that he v.,is sent lo
Wesl l'oint. He lirsl s i\v set-
vice as a second lieutenant at
Hull Run. He was quickl)
marked om (or advancement,
and rapidly he justified thi confidence placid in him by his su
piriors. All 11 achti of tin s r-
vice were alike to Cu-t.r. Hi
lirsl exploit was as ,iit oflici r ' I
iai.mt:\ Then, with lhe .11 :.'\
of the Potomac he iiul 1 vuli nt
wmk as an engineer in effect-
ing fortifications, iu was promoted lo captain end I ectUM
one of Gen. McUcllan's aiihs.
Themebnlli hc was ,1
leader, and there was none
more daring clad in either blue
or grey, At Gettysburg he
iwo horses shot under him
N >stH   VaN^oUVei^
HOSPITAL
OuNDDCTHJ It
TIIE \llssi-,s l).WVSi)\
ClTllaaiji  ,| Slirtfic'li, Mi-ilici-l llll'l
Maiii-niitv Hnnd
Nurses Gent Oat on Application
K»r termi apply
C"r. I'.lli Nnrt,,-.
.11     tin.    Iba
1. Andrew')
>|ilUI
An*
PHONE  00
Board of Trade
North Vaneouver Board oi
Trade meets the third Tuesday
of each month, at 8 o'clock p.
111., in the board room, City
Hall. Kxeculive meets the first
Tuesday of each month. W. J,
Irwin, president; J. G. Farmer,
secretary.
ARE YOL GOING TO BUILD ?
Come to us for tlie tnotu-v nntl repay it
to suit yourself
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOTS FOR SALE
JOHN  ALEXANDER & CO.
REAL  ESTATE   BROKERS
121 Lonsdale Avenue
A. FARRO
General Contractor
I.iiikI Cli'airinu,   Stump nml Itiiak
Bluting, Kxlru cure nenr luiuse..
All   atUllgeal    lllalalt*   tfOOll.
1: M 1-I. 11 Y M K N T     AUKNCY
Jin I St.   Weaat „t l.«>iiB4.a.laa
I- ( > II.,x o
All kinds nf
Lumber
Mouldings
5ash and
Doors, Etc.
Ven  1 b. ip
MM I
uimb a
MILL   VXD OFFH I
K»|.ben Ic, 1*1-.—t
'Innn- it    Naiiib Nmu uuv. 1
^oderti methods of construction combining
Artistic decorative features with low cost
Result in homelike cozy residences
That make the standard of quality
In the houses that we build.
Nothing is omitted.   Our plans
§liow everything necessary for the completion
Qf the store, residence, etc., that we build.
None of the objectionable extras, and
TilE
people for whom we have built in North Vancouver show their appreciation by advising the intending home
BUILDER
to come and see us. Don't accept the statement of
another that they can give you the same results, if
vou want the best consult
MATT. ft. MARTINSON
CONTRACTOR
Home Block, Lonidale Ave.      Phone 173      P. 0. Box 72
and   ,1 ii.nsidir.iblc  nunilcr   ..I
acouti aad unattached   Indian
lighten, paaaed up the K si u
river 10 miles, struck aa  ndiau
*ul 11.111 .md 1..lh.wni it up to the
At I.inlc   lii"   Han, win,1    hi
PIONEER BAKERY
MUM 4 III Mill. Proprietor!
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
\.\\ Hi,,n'i lln    'I * * .' 10 ill I'ill-* ..I 1 m
Phi 1
Stores: 711 DMdele Ave. Cor. I oiimI-iIc & Ath St.
App..in.iti'\ he leal the advance
of run. Slurid,in's column, and
was iii command nf a diviiion
when I,..c mmadered.
A Hem iii the Confederate!
Whii the sii'ithcrmrs thought
J. H. BUSKINS
Cor. 3rd St. & Lonsdale
SlllTe.*.i,r In 11     I. l.ll.M.ll
HORSESHOEING and
General Biacksmithing
Rprcial .111.'iiiion mvi'ii 1,1 Imm
mi'i n,t. rfa-ting horn*.  Aha mr.
rim.',' vvi.rk uml .liid Itairptollf.
All mirk   untried'cd.     I'r,uii|,t
Ktli-iiliii.i.   Give men trial.
Imiiul ■ large settlement of Indians,  lie divided his command
and at the head oj bvi compan
ies attempted to lord lha nni
al a puint three miles   lurther
down.   The Siutix nine   battle,
of Custer is shown bv their re-j Custer and his immediate 1  111
bual .ni at teail a ne    ccaaion mand artn lurrovnded, and col
to shoot him allien he had   in- a  man  d ihem Maped alive.
cautioiislv    placid   hiimcll    at Onlv  Imm lhe Indians them 11
their    lnercv.      One dav lie ap- ves Il.i*. .uiv report of thai   l.i-1
peared     tltli xpc'ci'l'    WOII   I battle    been    obtained.       Il   I*.
compan) ol Coalederatea   pre- knows ihat Cuter wai abonl
paring to chargi    He rude ra- the last man to iall, sinking ,n
pidlv befon ihe lines   coolly lait, clutching Ma eupt) nvol
icrutinizing them  lust.mth. lu- ver 00 the dead piled high a
was   covered bl   a hundred   ri- bout him, Tints petishid one I 1
lies,  but  blfon a shot uiiihl be  the j'leatesl   heroes o| the Civil
Brad, the in  1,in along   the war, a brilliant officerarko wai
ranks, "Don't ihool hini, nun. made a brigadier ci mul al lh.
It's   Iti.iei    He's too brave   a  ageol :i, paying lhe piit.iiti ,1
man io kill " Tin  Confederate! holding   too cheap Um   not*!
used   lo   -'.iv that   he rode well CTgftl  ti.itn 1 11 ValTion   in   lhi
(enough for a southerner.   His world
appearance helped ont the iliu-	
Ision,  lor he was,  us has   I ecu
said, a veritable daiidv, taking
1 tllc  greatest Hire   of   his    nil
hat, his red silk necktie, i.i'il
|his ornamental  llann.-l   shir..
His particularity was all the
 e remarkable, (or until I;.
•:•♦•:••
I
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///.' LOUSDALE I'll. 1 HM.lt)
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
mi   VANCOUVER   TRICES   ...
TRADE AT HOME
1
i
GIVE
us
.1   '/RIAL
ON  ion.
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ORDER
PHONE Hi
■
T.
S   THOMAS,
/•//«/. a   ;
DR lift, 1ST     "
All new houses should he piped for gas in order to save thc became a major-general he Wed
\IOTOK I.AI'NCII IACB
What might have been a ve v
interesting race between Hr, \
Wall.m's  motor yacht Chan
mie iind Mr. .1   .1. Woods' Kb
anor, was pulled oil on Batar
day alternoon.   The ran st.iit
ed Irom Larson's   wharl al     1
o'clock, the Chtiinmie with Ul
Vallate at the throttle aad   1
B   I'aine al  the wheel took tin
bad and   lotitiuued lo nun is
the had until Roche point wai
reached,   when Kngitic.'i   Hem
Woodl ol  the   Kleanor had Hon
hie with the engines so   that In
From iSfSh to lS;n he remain- was   unable    to Complete    the
Iiirwwl -inH Ronairoii11''!,,n'he western Irniiiiir, slup-.race    The course was to  havi
lunea ana itepairea ,urHnK (lu. tnmltnt .„,.„,%,,„ ,r(1111 ,.iry,I1.s wlu„ ,
SEE US FOR
SASH      DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
ERANDAH POSTS,      ETC., ETC.
Ill RRARU SASH & HOOK I M I0M.  foot of St. Goorqe
Wi«*b,11., trial i.il ..11 row Mm •mall at law
heavy expenditure for this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
POWER CO., LIMITED,
Pianos& Organsj
to looh like a tramp,   I'he   rm-
son (or ihe change was explained by Custer lo a friend when
he said lhat he wiiii'mI Ul in.ike
himself so conspicuous libit In
the heat of a battle everv otic
of his ineli would nu.;'.../,' him,
Custer's Last BtaUll
Chirgei Moderate*
Satisfactnni (iimrantecd
WILLIAM LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER 4 REPAIRER
Telephone 126
"Pegwell" 14th st., w, Forbes ave.
P. C. will receive prompt atten-
Knx- Delivery I tion.
and adding to his reputation in round Joy Island and bink lm
inanv a clash with the Imsiihs. the Chiimmic Imished it   alow
Gradually   the unreal   ui the winning the side bets amotni
Sioux   incrciised,   and i.uh   i'i ing l<> SiS"
iH;(S it became  necenary   11   To hot) or not to bm   .1 M 1
plan  a  campaign  agaiaal  Sit   engine, possibly an Alias, thai
ting   Hull.     On  .1 UIU*  22,   la]h.  ll the i|Uestion,  with the 0WI
Custer, willi his whole regiment of the Eleanor -Com
North
Lonsdale
North
Lonsdale
inn feci mi Nve Btroet, iu tir-t lilnt'k. only
$1,100.  Quarter wih, 6, IS tnd 18 monthi.
JUDOI FOB V0UR9ELF.
JACK LOUTET
.'ll l.i'NsHAI.K AVE., TEI.. 17
tHR. NYK, TK!.. R7 FOUK
THE  EXPKliSS, NORTH  VANCOUVER,  b. C
THE KXPRKKS
North Vani oi vii, 11  C
ll
ft.mi
On* yeai
111   llaaal.lla-      ■ • • it
tlir** ii,..mii-    •
llinieil Mail.- .in.l I-i in-i.-i       ."|..*roi.r  ,„.,„„, ,,(isj,jlin ,,f tlu. ||rsl    m
peior oi a umnd German  pen
he drew these northern German that marks the anniver»aty of
si,n,*s togetlici .md Brat In the conaununation of this plan,
1867   and   ai;,.1111   iu larger    de- is   worth'    lhe  heartiest    ai„l
gree In 1s/1* welded them Into must universal commemotatloti
,1 solidarity, elevating his liege throughout lhe Dominion hy all
lord, the Cleat Wilhelm to the claaaei ol citiwna,
AUVKRTI8INU   lull*
Tins.1, rt   bun n   lm iiniMMi sis—
.'ill ,,ul- |a. I   llll'll .-ai.ll lll-.TI I. all.
I  \ a,., n, Et.    li'ii pet Inch per
III'Mltla.
I.AS,a   IM>  ll'laaa ia Sill la a -    30 'llll-, |tj
a. * a ij   •;..,!..
I.H.ll. Aiiii laliMs,*    hr-l   ii.-. ii ll
Centi I"-' '""'     ''■" I' -a'l.-"|'l''lll   ali'.T-
I , le. I'.r line.
.. i. ** I,  Kiwi Cut
I   .1 .* .     * i   -    *   ril  a • *   u*ll Hia Tl	
 liall l.ll-l >ll  .1- -   lUlt'la    ur-
mi'iiriliial In -en.*.* liken.
pie. The contrail between   the
proweil    ol these states   under
confederation and theit humiliation in llun disunited sl.ili.
laiusiitiiies one of the moil an
intituling    transformation!   ul
history,   for   i(   was   this same
people,    nh,, iu  iinir united
strength mel  ni'i in I series ol
brilliant  and unbroken vii tori
Ulel * * ,.,,*,*,,ii-,* .*'- f mUlK wnquiahed the   na
musl   ik* in in.* ia.in,l.ul ii,.  |,im,,r I,\ , li,,n    bv    '\lloiii    tbe\   had    pre
Tin* penplt iiavi'
l'*iiii.l it out nt
last.
\\, In.*-.11) .■\i*niin:ii..*ii-iir.* |.iii*iii*iiiii.i
III till I"''! IMU*,
.     , a.'.*, ,
viousli bein humiliated and at
tttallv dictated llieir own terms
of peace in the prniid capital ol
,  the   niigliiv   S'apoleon    Itself
Na.Kiu \ .ki-oi uk. ji ii i. 1910 Thia   German    confederation
 ———• tanks today as the leading   e\
CONFEDERATION ponent if militarism among the
•: ition*,   is  producing   in her
HELLO!!
Nil  N.V. I ISH MARKI I
Under Sen MmigMBint.
Tin- 1 he.ii" -1 .nul I.i'kI plllf in In""
Ini ill ki.iili "I ii.'sli mnl Minikisl Dili,
po.lltri . ,**;l'-. 11 r*.'liililis iiiiiI Iruit.
wi. SELL ICE.
JOHN   HcLEAN
111 FIRST STBBET, WESI
Nelson Manf'g Co.
ESPLANADE,   i*>   di
N. V.l.i'Miu 1;   Co.'l Mm
AWNINGS
TENTS
SAILS
N. NELSON. Proprietor
Of all lhc many (acton whu a
liaie played their part in
bringing Canada to the notable
stage of development which she
has   alt,illied,  lhe   mill  whiih
is commemorated   by  the ob-
magnificent educational insti.
humus mam of the leading
scholars ami thinkers oi the
w uid . is evolving a type oi
, ui/eii wlm tcknowledgei no sm
perior anywhere and stands in
even   reapei I among the lore*
suvaiiie    aai    Dominion     Day m,,sl 0) \]_t regnant nations  oi
must be placed in the loremoat tiu. world    Had German   con-
rank federation nol  become an   «
Broadli speaking, the princl* compliihed i,m,  the beat   a1
phs which arc embodied in the
confederation idea have proven
themselves,     ill   inanv    liolahh*
Inatancei, among the moat po
tent i..rus lor national area!
in the wli-.le field oi political
econom] The Iramen of the
conatitutioa of the rnited Stuns showed themaelvee far-seeing statesmen when tlu\ \ubl
ed their thirteen original slates intu a confederation and oth
erwise laid lhe found,ittolts   ..1
the  political  development
lainment   Of    these    individual
states could not have presented
any  appreciable  ■embUnve  - »t.
the greatness whiih the   nation
ianl.iv enjoya.
There is ample evidence   ihal
these   same   undi riving   priuci-l
pies   are   readily    ,'1 ipl.il.ii-   to
Canada    and   that  ihei' hwitli
cent influence is at work in hei!
behall, in just  as real   i    -''
as and in no less ibgru th.in :u
these   other   ills!..li.es.   l'owbiil I
that  influence manifesti itself
line
if   the
Offen vmi thn ln'st
Quality and price
on all
FRUITS  FOR
PRES ERVINO
and recommend the
ECONOMY KUh
tii give beal latiafac-
lion.
Give us a trial.
CR. HICKMAN
Grocer and Butcher
l'lione 40     Meat l'lione 225
111 Lonsdale Avenue
ditions which an pedum     1 1
the growth and the dl It lop
innn 01 ..in 1)..minion. Tii eon-
itruction nl tranacontini-ntu'
and   nans I'acilk highways   ol
that  glial i..Ulltr\  so that the along   tin
growth and development 11 tin
iasi lerritor*, within her boun
dams    u.aild    lesiill     ill     the
building ol   .i greal commonwealth   .oiiiprisiiig component
parts, e.uh oi whuh would en transportation and ijitems of
|..\ its ..uii .tin..n.ami, while communicaii n, rendering leai
tl the same lime all those ible the populating ol tin-
pans weie uelii. ' into .1 bom vast  areAs ul  lhe middle and
leous whole, lor the protec extreme west together with lhe
lion and the p mtionofcoiu developineni   ol   thc  boundless
mon interests    The revolution wheat fields   >l  lhe .prairie pn
an   war showed lhe world Uu vinces and lh. fabulous resour
Inesiii lu.    thai     ihi ees ol  British Colmnbia,   lhe
1.ad.is ol Ion   "   li buildin    nl    n*ii   centrn   ol
• erviiu population and lhe equip]
id ihis national unity, The modern shipping porta npon thi
ition w. I'aiilu coasl. -inli as would 111
inch -In.l il,   1 ui.iala  to lake her right
11  ivioUti, und ml place in relation lo the im
It wi ti ah- that is. even non,
wlm  bravi lot developing with lhe rations  ol
SUl'h  a  ..illsi,   «,i,   a,In.i'i I Ul   ihl   l.il   easl ;  ill.   llullh al IHI ol
a   pi                 ul the i-.'ti-.ii an   udeqttati conception  of the
il               ci isis  ilu 'i ii inhi ii in north ol oui national
which tin  loiuiiionwi leritagi   ind   ol  oui   rightful
il  upon lo pass    ii plan* among iiii natioi 1      lhe
biiial   or   divided,        I abiliti lo ri a and to w.lvi slu
piuenl   ol   1 li. pendous prohl. 111 - of Iai reach
iiiiliii 11,, and ..I vital  im
ii larded, bul lhe nali n porl   in even   portii n  ol   our
■till-   would  have  lm 11  II    111,1; Illlui III domain     llli   I'.lllld
,;ii.|. 111 ■ and buildin tutioni
lu  th.    confederation nl   lhi ol .1 iruli national character on
t,, in,au   Stales,   1   1 a scale worth) onr position and
• •in    num Ind   an   'i.n   iu '. 1 uiu ilesimi , ihe evolution ul a
,.;*   1 vaa.ph   nf thl III lipiial     I  ill.nil.ill     lili/ellship,
ml iransfnrmation   thai   ' 1     I anadian in thou In. Canadian
principles in capabl. ol  work   In   aapiration     Canadian   In —~———
in 'In l.t-1 ■■ Ideals  and   in   wording   creed, Nnrth   V «1 fl t 0II VCf
Ti lor lo tb* iluii  ol nn to Iind   *., 'a   p.n  [or  iis
, .am, *], ration l        id ilistin. liv. tics in the
with Internal and    the
[ the   na
. n  .1  comparati' elj   * aay prev li m  1 mea 1
I In thai inighl   Is
they wen el thi principli •
■ iim    ■■!•■'■■ 1,1, ,1, rot imi
*   1 da  and
whnh ,1   uh .'i
li ia.*    The
1   iiii'li ration ul lhi Rhim   Doiiriniui iadu   li  laid
*   di bl
I» hcvaol Office: Lonidale, ne,  (     Wharl
1 "'' Warehoute.'      Fon       Wharl
and tu 11  ^_m_^m_m_m_mmm_mm_____,
■■I   liiiltn |- euobl
t .an,    in
' Sorth
ll' ul iasfii
h   dai
SPECIAL
Ibuilil,' Comer on >t
Andrew* aii'l Fifteenth
Street, i-lo-i* tn cariine,
coinmunding a iiiaguifl-
eeiii view, nnd lituati d
in tlir hearl ut ilie reai-
dentul portion uf North
Vancouver, This is un
i<|i al location fora home,
Price |S(XKi; cash $11	
I ui I a nee 15,12 months.
Pierce &
Hall
PIMM  llll
III 2nd St.
lioiie
\%
Till   inui'
I BfcMIME!
MMM I'd.. Mil.
Lonidlle Avenue,
al   Fl in   I..Hiding
Hill hiiiii
ALL KINDS OF
FEED AT THL
LOWEST PRICES
We nls,, bandit Hn- following in
POULTRY SUT1.ILS:
ll. a K. Chick t I,
li. ,v K.i'liii'ken Chop.
Swift*' teal Script.
Mver'n 1'i.nllry Spice.
bei*.' I.n-a' Killer.
Wheat in two ptiae.
Sold in any nuainlitU'i..
TRY SWIFTS' ARSENATE OF LEAD
The Iti'iit SiiiimuT Sprav
mi ibe Market.
ALL K<Nds of
fertilizer*
foiUaWN aNd garden
1. (). O   F.
Xorth Vaniouver Lodfa, No.
55, meets every Thursday even-
in-;, corner Lonsdale avenue and
Firat street, at 8 o'clock, Visiting brethren eordialK invited to
attend, J. Kelly, N.G.; A. T.
Kennedy, Kic.-su.; J, II. rilling, Fin.-sec.
lhi
K
ANDIE
IT.ShEN
I "ITS THE
. PLACE"
F. h. Kennel,     l> 11 onsddle
1.1.1
'!    ■     i'    ■ i*     tl
"iii..' Hunk and i-
nut in ti .
Picture 1 raminir.     Furnltuf* Si
173 THIRD STREET. W*
■ i "i:i'l;|[- given |>ruin]l :i  ■
THE NORTH VANCOUVER
SCHOOL 01 MUSIC
Pianoforte      Mrs. W. 8. liurttiester A.K.A.M.
Organ       Mr. T. W. Ward
Violin       Mr. I. Davies, L.V.B.M.
Sinning   Mr. l'aul Kdiuonds
Violin Cello     Mrs. Grace Harding Pratt
Cornet      Mr. L. Davies, L.V.H.M.
Flute          Mr. L* Davies, I,.V.1UI.
We are here to establish a hist ilass Sihool of Music
and have, regardless ol expense, obtained the senile ol
itiusieiatis wlio have the highest diplomas [or teaching on
the P.n ilu Coast.
Call at our establishment at   ))'-. I.ousdale Am., nitei
view our te.iihers and judge lui  \mirself.
TMKMS MODERATE
North Vancouver Piano Co.
i'inli
113 Longdate Avenue.
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
REAL ESTATE. LOANS. INSURANCE
,\..nli Viiiii-.,iiu*r mnl VaMaWlM K»ini.« maai|ld. Ri'iii. .".lv. ii.l
fin iiia.l Siiliiirliiin Pni|KTIy. IharllMI Cliani'i'.
Ai-mi-lf, Slll.-|lil>l..|i*. Kptt III.   "I   Sule^   iliw'.illhli'.l
Foot of Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver, B. C.
TELEPHONE Bo, P. 0. DUX iij
t\    1       9A/I   ^'' 'l,u'   """"'  Speeial  Inns her<
os,. i„ WATERFRONT, proposed
RIDGE ind RAILWAY.   ,   *   *
BLOCK t:. T>w> lots ia this block ll J475 00 each, 1-3cash,
balanee u an.l 12 months.
BLOCK ij.  j lots, including DOUBLE CORNER, priee
Itiu.oo, i*i caih, li.il.oi.e ii ind 11 nontha.
BLOCK It),   Itt" hit-  111 this blink,   Unin;  proposed CAR
LINE, it tt,"■ ■'" ''"''• ' J caah, balanee 6 and iim'a
BLOCK JJ    Sai, 1,1. |j I  lots in  this  blink Ironi $4:5.00
iKCll.  ii'llllS 1 U]
Chas. E. Lawson £» Co.
,,  - Ml I'lll III' '   I   1 '"-"s
Real Eitati Specialiiti      15 Looadale Afn.        Phone 70
Hot Points
For the: Man
LJi l's I 1 li.inie  to  pi. I ■   lii.
U lie
Quit 1   at 0111.   ,1   iin.  " HOI
POINT"
T 11 days trial, In
Ol, ,isiii. aad eaiiialiitt on iron
In*
Ouh   iron on  lunik. 1
I,, ,1 lot I'M' \' .iiinn st imu. it wdi pleaie hi 1
^—  N'.it. ile.m and economical.
f n mi. now .md be . savin, ed
B. C. Electric Railway Company, Ltd.
")0 Lonsdale Avenue.
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I   liClVt:  1UU     sion in Lynn Valley      •   ::
Coal and Supply Co.
Dealers m Coal, [kick,
Sand,   Gravel,   1 nne,
Cement   and   General
Builden' Suppliet,
All    < It ll :
.ni,' Sati
i'ii' .1 l'i
Applii .ii
SITUATED right at th* Car Terminua.  Thia lathe graatMl op>
I' irtunity (or inveitmenl ever offered on thii aide ol tlic Inlet,
Aln;    . lou purohaaed ofui tail week have been aold al i profit
ni >;'*a* pi; lot, and the original purchaier wld too aoon al that
Tin ■. 1 mi nt necegiity be a buay buiinew centre in Lvnn Valley
and ni necessity it will be located at thia point, You know whal
tlmi trill mean. Ul ui shuw yau over the property before they
are nl    m    ['HONE 215 for appointment. Office on the grounds,
E. PALMER ij  THE   CANADIAN   FINANCIERS,   LTU. J
inM AND nick ;; II LonMlrtk Av-rime |
CON1RACIOR ::    HEAD OFFICE 032 Granville St. R. J». THOMPSON, Local Manager,   J
phono 17(| ,, ■MlinMMlllllMIMlllllllUHMUlllMIMIMIMIMllllMMIllMIMi THE EXPRESS, NORTH \ ANCOUVER. B. C
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VALUE IN SILVER PLATE
Never, line* the irt ol silver plating wai inst
introduced has a higher grade of uoods been placed
un the market, in any country, than that which is
produced in mir Montreal lictoriei.
The weiring qualities of silver plate dependi
iil'oii iln weigh! of the plating and the quality ol
the bas. Hiatal, it is in these particular poiati
ih.it oui platewaia excelli thai ol the ben Apiarii ■ i
niakeis. Dm plating is ol the luailest and the
baM metall used are the liiiest white Britannia
Metal ind hard ringing nickel silver.
W'e mike only one tjuility of this wire, which
is the belt, It has the finest lines and ri< h ippear-
ami* of iterling tilver, while it potweuei ■ duribil-
iu which will reiiil the wear of ige*,
HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD.
Silveramithi, lew. lh rs,
i.ea,. )■'.. Trnri'i,
ALEXANDER WITH £. CO.
NORM   VANCOUVER
LONSDALE AVENUE ESPLANADE
FIRST STREET        BOULEVIRD
AND I). L. 265
We have exclusive sale of the besl properties in the
above.   Call and inquire.
ALEXANDER -SMITH & CO.
11  Lonsdale Avenue
Phone*—Office 24       House 22        P.O. Box 60
JUST OPENED
CLAVERIE  c<   ARCAND have just opened on First
Streei, East, an up-to-date
GROCERY STORE
where the public will be sure to find a good and Iresh assortment of Groceries and Provisions, Fruits and Vegetables in
season, 4] Mr. rcand was wilh F. Filion of Vancouver
lor the last eight years.
(i.AVKRIE A AKCANI)
Look Here!
Wi  have   111 -l  rei, ned  a  lar^e
and t HOICE SELECTION ol
Carpet
Squares
in WILTONS. BRUSSELS
■md TAPESTRIES,
I In   pm M are IX. 1 '  '      I" low.
Lace Curtains
in Swiss ,111,1 Nottingham, from
75c to Jib.on pei pair
PORTIERES  AND  COUCH
lOVI-h'S    l-'.xi. Ilent Values.
SEE OUR
DRESSERS
AND BRASS
BEDSTEADS
RA'ITAN and
SEA GRASS
CHAIRS.
Ell
1  1
12A I onsdale Ave.
An Ice Cream Social
Will lie helil in the
Methodist Church, .lnli| 5th.
-   -   At » O'clock   -   -
Under the auipioei of the Ladies' Aid,
IS
WHAT   RAILWAYS WII.I,
III ll.l) THIS YEAR
(Continued Innn page J)
m Maeajdan aWnem Hastings & Granville Sts.     „
is to he completed this vear, JO
miles iii I'll 1 <tnd the remaining mileage by the end oi 1914.
ContrtCtl have heen let lor JO
miles upull whieh wurk has heen
started.
The Alberta ft Greal  Water*
wavs railwav let a contract lor
the lirst lection ol its .5511 mile
line [rom Edmonton to hurt
McMurray,    but    conatrvction
has heen suspended lur the pie-
sent. The Dominion government has provided funds [or
making 1 start un the hoo mile
line Irum l'as Mission to Hud
son Hav, and the Iludsi.n Ba*
,V   P, 11 iln    prulllises a   start nil
its projected line between Prince
Allien and Port Churchill  this
vear.
Great Northern
The ('.real Northern railwav, through varioui sithsidi-
ary companies, has a large program in Canada, Inn ihe only
puint at whiih active conitruc-
tiun is going mi is t-etwetn Ab-
hiits'.inl aiiil Hope, B, C, pending deeisiun upon tunnelling
lhe   Hope   iiiulintains   or    e.'ti-
itrncting a round alu ait   line
uver   thelll.      The pruhahllilies
of conatruction mi iln- C.reat
Northern lines is alwavs an unknown quantity and it is itn-
poaaible to conjecture what  is
likely   t"  he dulle
Dominion Government
Of the lines outside the above
the Dominion government  has
under  construction   a  lu    mile
branch ul the Prince Edward
Island railwav ; a diversion oil
11 miles al Sydney Alines, M.S.,
and a lu mile cut ull al Chatham, X. B, ; the Dominion At-
lantic railway has in contemplation the conatruction "i a
JJ mile branch from Centreville
of whieh 10 miles will, it is
said, he placed under contract
at an earlv dale.   Construction
is being proceeded with on the
Ila Ila Bay railwav, Irmn St.
Alphonse, (lm-, about :| milea,
the Central Ontario railway is
building a   tell   11,lie   extension
northerly from Uaynooth, and
tin* Algoma Central and Hudson Ba} railwav will connect
up its .Miehipieoiiu In.iiiiii with
tin* C, l'. K and complete its
main lines, these two scttimis
representing about lJo milea ol
work, while the M.uiitoiilin &
North Shore railway has a   i:
mile extension under coatrai t
Newfoundland
In   Newfoundland    the   Kci.l
Newfoundland compani has  .1
greed wiih the government   i"
conitruct  18a miles oi  branch
lines ol which at least JO miles
have to he completed annually.
Por   the   purposes   ul lotislruc
tiun rails and [atteningl are tu
he admitted free, as also will lie
the material neussarv   [or   ihe
conatruction mi the island
The immense amount ol tail
wav conatruction whieh is lie
ini; iimi,' iii   Canada in propor
tion to its population will he
more tally realised hv pointing
mu that in 1909, according  tu
1 aiiu ial returns made by tin
lairiuiis sti,1111 railway compani
es iu tin* Railway .md Marin.
World, [$8,847 miles oi new line
were laid Will: tr.uh. 111 tllc
same period ;." |8 miles ul iu w
traik were laid in the wliule .1
the United Males. Sei olid
tnch is not  in, linleil ill   . illni
country.
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   treet for $3100.
-— — * - -
BISSELL, BROWN & SNYDER
64 Lonsdale Avenue, North    ancouver
MAIN   OFFICE:-264 Hastings St.  L,  near Impress  theatre
presenl si,,-.,* ,,| (flairs as they
exist in the iitv in relation 10
the settlement oi grades, sewerage installation and general
improvements it is thought
thai when these obstacles whieh
are imw menacing building cub-
■traction are removed and pub
In   all.ills otue more inlllse  lllc
channel  ol  contentment,   thai
the number ui buildings   that
will  then   sprinjj up especial!
business blocks will be rarprin-
in;;  and  lead   the  residents     to
once mure recognisi in North
Vancouver,  her heritage m the
appellation, the AmhiliuUs Cil
I
COMMUNICATION
Kditor Kxpress
Dear  Sir,—Will  vuli lie -.'nod
enough   to allow  nn* through
tin  columns ol your valuable
paper to correct an error in the
prize lisi ol the Vancouvei Bi
hibition Aaaodation, At page
jo, under "Breeding Classes'' n
reads "Horses Competing in the
breeding i lasses cannot compete in the Harness i lasses."
this should read "Horses   com
peting in the Braiding Classes
CAN  compete   in   the   Harness
Classes."
Thanking vmi, I remain.
JAMBS Km.
Uatiajjer and Scirctatv
THE GEM THEATRE
first street West
THK F1NMOF MoVl.M. PlCTURIj
I .iliu- Change ol I'roqranime Monda>, Wednt-sday-
and hiiliii
We cater to ladies .i.ui i Inl,hen, ind nntun oui palroni
that nolhinn oil. asiv. or o|i|eiiiuii,i. I,   will in   shown
1'* il.11:11.1:1. • - .11  7. jo .unl   s ^j p.m.
Sai 11d.1v   Matinee   il   -■* i i   p.m
Admission  10c Children 3c
w.
omens
Wi
PALACE
HOTEL
Ratsi
Jj.iiii per and up.
Special rates lo lain-
dies and   to   u gUUU
boarden	
REDA&ANDRUSS
oes
Sli a.Mi  SlRIM.
PROPRIETORS
•   -   NOKTH   VANCOUVER. B. C.
North   Vaniouver  Women  Are
Finding Relief a*. Last.
MEETING OFF
1 in hoped im- joim matting
ol the . Ilv  .uiinul and the   re
pn 1 ntatives oi the ratep
with Donald Cameron, C. lv.
looking  tO the earlv  settlelllellt
ni iin  grade controversy can
not   he  held this  week as   Mi
Cameron Intimated i" ihe Ba
vur vesterdav that it wuuld In
impossible lur him to go int.
the matter and suhmit a report
hefnre next   Week.    At Aloud.n
evening's council meeting it was
the general wish t luv< tie
aaaimiiiiiee meeting held bei n
the holidays in an nideavm   '
li.i'e  ihe grade matter Snail)
disposed ul Imi  \h   C.inula _'
tion naturally disposal ol
am anticipation in that "
tion.
It does stein that women
have more than a fair shall
ol the aehes and pains thai  af-
ilia hnmanhj; thev rnnat
"keep up," must attend to duties in spite of constantly .uh
lug hacks, or headaches.   di//y
spells,   bearing   down   pains;
tliey inllst stoop ,.ver when to
stuup means torture. Thev
must walk and lund and work
with   racking   pains and   inanv
.iilns irmn kidney ills. Bidneya
,.iiisi more Watering than anv
other organ oi the bodj *   Keep
the kidneys well and health   is
easil* maintained,   Read m   i
niiiiilv  ior kidneys oaly thai
helps and ,lllis lhe kldllevs and
is endorsed hv people in MOOM
law
\lis C \\ Hamniill, of too
Manitoba street. Booai 'aw.
Sask , savs "We are very
niinii     phased    to   riuitimend
Booth's Sidney Pills lor what
they   have d'alle  fur Us     I    had
raftered fnr months with my
hack. It was sn lame and sore
that at times I cntild scarcelv
stand   up.     My   husband   ha.l
been greatly troubled in  the
same wav.   He also complail-
ul ul a vtiv wi ak stmn.uh and
nil all run down    (In hamine
ot Booth's Kidney Pills ne pi'
cured a supply and after I
slmit treatment with tins null
nine we have immd mon relief
ih.ni we did in anv ntlur r.in
uiv. Wl are both fn-linf tn I
ler in inanv wavs
For sale in N. VatCOW *
I he I.ousdale I'liarinacv.
A Modern Range at a  Modest Price
THE "CHANCELLOR"
It is Bade on the most up-lo
dale plans with special lea-
tun   points, one of wlm h is
DIVIDED FLUE STRIP
whuh makes baking a real
pi, .isiire.
This latum pn ». "is tin
ihihtv ol the back of
the   m. 11   I*, mi;   bolter
1 B. arer tin door,
which   iv   (In*  1 as,   with
must ranges.
I., t iis show you this little
wrinkle. It don't '"st you
anv more in iash, but is
worth muli in rtsulti
Th.
J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
I li Lonsdale Avenue
Im W
Double Corner, 18th ind Hendry Atomm.   Sim
1""\ 147 feet*   rn.vsluiHi.   Termi |400 caih,
luilniii'i |300 in \uLTu-t. 8 ninl 12 montha.
Double Corner Otli and St. George Avenue   Bite
100x1 I" leel-     I'liee |4760,  'Term- I ea-li. I'tll-
iiiu'.' ', iii An'.' 1 lien 6 1. Tins i- a 'j I bay.
First Street, lm  I H'T -'71      I'n.v s.MHMi.    $2<KHi
0Mb, bnltnce 8, IS .uul 18 n6nthi
MAY ^ BURNS
Rot] I mii ,n I I' main ial Agenti
•H-*l-*M-*HH-.-H-l--HH^^
Lots fronting on the "Boulevard Extension"
Chesterfield Avenue, Mahon Avenue
and Intersecting Streets.
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION   ••
Subdivision of Blocks 203"A". 204. 204"A". 213. 213  A". 22* "A"
240 and 211. In Dtstrfct Lots 544 and 545. City ol North Vancouver.
Pi ■ I Md unl Parted     ippi) lo
Mahon. Mif arland 6 Proctor, Ltd.
Tin* valin* * i buildii
ui led iii North Vancouver   foi
the month ol Juni ju I
has been nearh  -:
includi .   buildin
been contrai ti d
and whiah *iie nuw ii
li irn1 • ii
tt hile these   fi| u
mlllllii lid.ild. li      '     •:-:-!-!-!-:-;.;..:-;.;.;.;.;.;.,-;-:-,. H4aH44fHM4H>H4+HHH444Hl   -i-H-M-l-H-H-
Pliom I. il
CE Mum '.   ro LOAN SIX
Ilh.   I U'kliSS.   \ 11K 111   i A.\CUL'\liK.   II.  C
their    visit   to   North Vaneouver.
Medical Health Olhcer I)r.
Campbell submitted a report
with reference to a piggery
which has been I icated on Has
tinos creek and recommending
that the pigs be removed as Ear
Irum the creek ai the property
will allow ,iiiii the Intervening
ground cultivated to protect
thi creek. Owner to be requir
ed tu remove lhe pigs as recom
mended,
V. II. Gallagher wrote itat
ing in positive termi his posi
tion relative to taxes on 1) I.
, a. Tin [inani e committee to
i mler with Ur Gall tgher wilh
relerence to the matter.
Mr    Turner,   contractor [or
Iai ing  water  pipe in Capilano
ureal,   applied   loi   final   pai
ment under the coatrai I     tt .1
m  committee to impect   the
wmk and ti  act,
The board ul worki was em
powered to act in the buildin;;
a 1511 [eel "i lu.iilwaiv iu the
propertv 11 Mr Gravei on Ross
Road,
\   granl ol .V**,   was 11,ade [or
the purchaae ol 1 troph) [or
the   North   Vancouver   horse
show.   -o   be allocated    hv   tile
trustee..
The following plans were  ap
proved : the N, tt \ ol l).l,.
1 to,, hits i, m and 1 in blank s
and hu a in blmk 7, all in D.
I.   Wit,, lot h. block 607,
The Dovercourt and Frederick
Road   local   Improvement by-
iws were finally adopted.
li   was   11 solved   to call   for
lenders im- carrying out   ine
•cork  on Hup Cove  Road and
Iso on the road west   o| 1). I..
>.-.   ini  whiih a grant ol $1
su" had been made bv the *ov-
eminent.
Arrangements wete completed
whereby Coun   Lawson and the
leel    should   go   over    the
l.li,p..sed  location of the  Keilh
Road   lllllllediatelv   west  oi  lllc
Capilano
\h I'niill.iv, a recent arrival
has rented a house on mill
sin,! i.ist ol St, George's
Av,   tnd w ill move 111 shortlv.
KPWORTH LEAGUE CONCERT
Parisian Sage
Cures Dandruff
li it Don't The I.on.sdale l'h.n
niacv Will   Give Vou   Your
Money Back,
DISTRICT COI NCIL
A spe, ial meeting "( the distill 1 council was held Mondav evening at whiih .ill the
1 a uuk ilh ais were present with
tin reeve presiding.
Letters were lead .unl dispos
ed ol .is lollows
hn.in A. G. Perry, local manager 01 ihe B. C   El. Ry. Co.,
dire.imi'  the attention  "i   ihe
ioun.il   10   the   i.u i   th.it    .ui
electrical impectiou hi law   111
ihe diitrict is urgently needed
tin  motion  of  Coun   Brid;
uian   aiul   Lawson,   'he  a i, ■ k
was   instiili led    laa    have .1   l*v
law prepari d ..11 luitanli ! i'i 1
Kr.mi tt   .1   Irwin,  pre iub at
Ol   'li,     I',,..Mil   ..I   Trade,   iiul as
HI;        .1       llllll       Ila.Ill       till*    B      C
Telephone Co   with reipect   m
their eiiui'is io pi... ure perm »
lion    ll"lll    tin    depal till. Ill    1 1
marine and lisherics to 1 • ■ 1
acros '.lu Ii.n I ui
nn motion oi Coin; r
inui and Lawson, ,1" .hik
was Instructed to a rite the department reaucsting thai .. de
iisii.n  be  given  in 1 he nia Iter
as s.".11 as pnssi' 1*   and al    lllc
same  time  to advise  ilic department    thai    11    is expet 1
ed that Second Narrowi 11 * l 1
will   In   available ai an  eirl
date   for  lhe  carrving  ol an
overhead uli'.   whiih would obviate .ill il.m.i 1   thereto    innn
ships, anchors, ,u
From Hon, Win. Pujjslej with
reipect to Hollyburn tvharl ad
vising that he had understood
thai tin'whan was to l e deeded to ih. government upon
completion Clerk to repl)
to tin iiiui thai luaamuch as
the wharl itands «.n govern
imnl land im formal convey
anu w ill bc necesaarj.
Prom 'amis P, Pell with
phut ol subdivision ol block IS,
I) I. fiuj and requesting that
tin-   council   recommend    1 lu
board ol   ichool  tlllstcs 1
a iaa.1,1 allowance "I 1- feet in
oidii   I.,  providi   .1   "'   i""t
r...nl   between   the two | *
ties     tin motion ol Coun. Allan and Thumps..n  iln matter
was   relerred   to   th.   school    _   m,,sl   ^..vable   concert
board wu given   ta   the  Methodist
Prom  tt    1    Hurray, eecre church last Monday evenutg un-
i.uv   .a   the  iti'Vitsitv    Sit*  der the auspices of the Epworth
commission con\*eying lhe League of thai cliur-.li. The Inst!charged prepaid, by Canadian
thanks ol the commission lor portion ol th, evening was'makers, Giroux Mfg. Co., Fort
iln  i.iiiiie-v   extended   durin   occupied  with  an  address  bv Erie, Ont,
the president, and lhc Rev. Sch-
1 Held, pasl. 1 nl lhc .hlircll a.avc
1 verv interesting talk on the
work of ihe league and its potentialities This was follow
ed bv the singing ol .1 hymn af
ler whiih lhe following Wo-
grani was rendered * Duct, Mis-
s,*s M,ulh recitation, Miss
Minnie Hall ; cornet solo, Mr.
Haiti ; recitation, Mrs. Markle ;
mandolin solo, Mr, White so
lu, Mrs. McAleece; recitation,
Alice Wilson ; solo, Dr. Mur
riaon, A sumptuous spread ol
refreshments, which were fur
nisheil bv the ladies were he,i,'*
ilv ciijuvi'il ii the concluaion ol
the entertainment
™°!!,n,,,,, North Vancouver Bargains
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Plans, Specifications, Estimates
P. 0. Box 27, North Vancouver
Yea, Parisian Sage, the must
invigorating hair restorer, cures
dandruff and grows hair. The
women nf Canada, who have
luxuriant hair, know it docs,
and that is why thousands of
attractive women throughout
the land are regularly naug it.
For veal's this almost marvel
lmis grower of lustrous and
beautilul hair was confined to
the elite "l Europe and New
York City, bin about two years
ago it was given tO a select list
of druggists, and today can be
obtained in any cilv or town in
America where society women
of refinement dwell.
Parisian Sage is lhe most delightful hair tonic iu the world,
ll makes the hair soft, lustrous
and luxuriant In .1 lea davs. it
is periuilled timst daintily and
is not slickv or greasy, It slops
tailing hair, cures dandruff and
Itching si alp in two weeks or
iiiaiinv  back.
The Lonsdale Pharmacy sells
it (or jo cents a large bottle,
and guarantees il, or direct, I
Cbea|>
Lumber
one nml two inch 1 nil*
$ft.00 |>er
1000 ft.
ONE ACRE in Upper Lonidale,$2000; cash for.i*, bal-
unci' •!, 8,12, ii; months	
300 FEET on Chesterfield Ave., close in, $5300; cash
$2:100, balanoe 6,12, is months	
•r)0 FEKT mi nitii Street, near Lonsdale, $800; |2S0 cash,
halance li ami 12 months	
r. McMillan & co.
Real Kstnte, Marine   hire and Life Insurance
54 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 197 P0. Box 155
in onr yard.
SEYMOIR LIMBER
CO., LTD.
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU GREENHOUSES
1 ,,,,,i, ,1
lllllill'Sl
CUT FLOWERS
in limn al I..U.SI |,ri<*.»,      (iin* 11. u Irial lur
hUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
(Ml? r:..*tinq* M., W. Vancouver, B.C
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANT:-
GROCERS
W, T STEIN a CO CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
CHARTERED  GEO. \\.\U,
  ACCOUNTANTS 	
i'ii..... in
I7th Street, Nurth \ancouver
  Orm em***, and Provisions
114 Peader street, Vaocoav*        ,,    . n_mi_ sM Retail
a|ul Ho Haitingi St. idownsiaitsi
Norih Vaacouver
Delivery Tuesdays and Pridavi
ARCHITECTS
MUSIC
KSTAN..KVM.rrONM...C.A1,r"(  •,^K1^.KN,,Kk(;KK
Musiiiil Dim tor
ARCHITECT Vancouver Opera House
Uooiiis J and 1 Klks' Hall, Cor.
Rolisoii   and Granville Streets.
lit Granville street
VANCOUVER, B. C
k*taP'u jjjgny lifla..
1.1    III
it tl uv
>;>'-_§ Si   *\
*.TC;6J
J a 'a'
-:fb tW_.
CLEARED L0T8
50 Feet Wide
in Blocks Adjoining
Grand
Boulevard
I RESIDENTIAL SITES
District Lot 550
-CH01CEST=
For Prices and Particulars, Apply to
llll    '.I'.lM'   II
KOITH li
im   l.n
MAHON, McFARLAND & PROCTER, LTD.
Urncr Prndrr an.l Seymour Streets Official Agents
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIP BUILDER.
ENGINEERS fr
Boilermakers,    .   .
Marine ind Statiomry En-
nine and Boiler Work prompt*
Iv esscnted,
I. lephone 103
North Vancouver
bARRlSTtrlS
SCIU'I.T/ ,\ ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
All inslinuieiits        l'lione IJJ
picture framing
Kooius 101-105 Crown BniMiag,     PICTURE FRAMING
6ijPender Street \\e have tke largest stock ol
Phone n'i'- I liHiiililin^s in 11. C.  to sslaci
S   I). Selmlt/       C. S   Arnold ir,,m M  -__» Ul„ VVi,„t |ralll-
! 1 in;;  il"iu' cheap and  will **et
b«ihj "ur l»teee.
BAILEY BROS. CO. LTD.
>|o Granville and us Cordova
MORRISON'S
SIGN
WORKS
Keith Block     Ist Street W.
Kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sts
RUBBER S.TAMPS
,    ,.  THE GEO. II.  HEWITT CO,
The ouh  up-to-date alld rcll- \|.„-uUliir.-is       '
mm iimi mvi
Sign and I'riee .Markers
rn Fairfield Hid.     Pons RAJ7J
Itiinliia.
Satiafaction   guaranteed   or 110
pay. Plain liaths, electric lmtlis.
REAL ESTATE
shower haths, maaaage ler body, scalp and lace ; cltilro tlm
apenth hatha a specialty, Keep yow eye oa
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,       EAST VANCOUVEI
Gtaduale ol Hi-rlin, Gcrmani HEIGHTS	
BUSINESS COLLEGES
For particulars applv to
HORDEN .Na- THORNTON
Phone sis    440 Homer Street
J. W. BALMAIN
C.V.I.   KNI.lNKHH
I'liiinlilv Siirveynr 1 nrt Architect
NORTH VANdii'VKH.
II. E. KRIGER
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork.
All Work Guaranteed.
Ciinifr Kiflieiith St.  nml Muhoii Ave
LIMITED
2   Large   _)
stores L
459-441 HASTINGS ST
VANCOUVER
1104 GOVERNMENTS!
VICTORIA
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute    Yorkshire (iuaraii.it k
Srriiniirs Corporation lid
||o Sevinoiir Street
Uh Ilastin-is St. W.
Cinnni G-a-a-tatt Wtiltrn School
R. J, Spr.ill, 11.A., - -Mana^ei
PITMAN'S
Business College
63I SeMiioiir St.,  Vaiuouv.-r
Dav sihool open all   the   vear
round.   Night sihool couiiiieiu
es Septeiiilier Mh.
REAL B8TATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
B8TATE8 MANAGED
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
Canadian Detective Hitreau :—
oiims svsfywhsce
Viini'.iiiii'r Ollii'c.     :"i  lan|,iri' I'. 1 >m-k
H03 liiiMiiiin'-t. west.        n*aaiaW
f, W, tSLSH
General Superintendent
KIKE IN8URANCE
K   Kerr Iloul-;ate - - - Manager
RESTAURANTS
LADIES' HAIRDRESSING
All  North  Vaneouver   people
eat al
LEONARD'S
Either Mack Block or llasi-
illjis   street,   opposite the   new
Post Ollue.    Leonard sells   his
WATCHMAKERS
For-v.it<-l,e*,,.i.fTMMc.tl.,.h,.Kt.|i,i.l-  ,"1  fl   nt tJWOt
itv and lowwl priro. cull mi M IIU Ml*
HUMPHREY!   There ymi uill liml H
liirnc Itoeh nf Imir tiocrh nl everv di.-
crlptlna tn painl Irmn*   ToapaM lut
K,.|,tl,.nie,i; the l»-.t "ft uml liiii-KMierlc \,]K\\sh praitiial   ivatihinak,. ■
man»hip: n.aileliv an hx|»ti.   dciillii- "     ..'     ,,. .   ,                      '
men who haw iJ tlu-ir Imir uill (l.ol n l'.stalillshed  lR8g
I'.iii,i*i. ii (jrent prcvelitiitlvi' »l eiilil« in
ihe li.ai.l Hidrilri'.-iiiK an.l iiiiiiii.iir'
inu, Me, ut
KADAME HCMI'lIREVS
733 Pender Street
Bpacialty, repairini
W00DR00FE,
,112 Carrall Street TIIK  EXPRESS.  NORTH  VANCOUVER,  li.  C,
SEVEN
i»>-»e»e>e»e.few»wsimewe>ewene
1867
1910
DOMINION DAY
CELEBRATION
NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C.
Friday & Saturday, July 1st & 2nd
The Biggest Celebration in the
History of  North Vancouver
»»»»»»».»»»»»»»»«•.»»»»•»»»»»%%»»•»%■»»%««»•%»«•»•*•■»•»•»•»
Two Days of Solid Pleasure.   Monster Programme
Under the auspices of the B.C. Amateur Athletic Union
Athletic and
Aquatic Sports
Industrial Parade
Horse Racing
Children's Sports
i
$3000 in Prices    Good Music    Two Bands
LACROSSE MATCHES:
Friday:—North Vancouver vs. New Westminster Intermediates
Saturday:—North Vancouver vs. A City League Team
Both Matches on Athletic Grounds at 3.30 p.m.
FIRST GRAND PARADE  OF THE
B. C. BADEN-POWELL BOY SCOUTS
600 Boys with Two Bands in line. Grand Annual Challenge
Cup for most efficient and best drilled patrol of eight boys
%%%«.^ «%.%%.%.%•■
%%-»^%*-%%^^%*%^%**»»^^»%^%%%%%%%'»»%
Grand Fireworks Display Each
Evening.    Celebrate With Us
MAYOR W. H. MAY, Chairman
A. G. PERRY, Treas.      W. C. GREEN, Sec.
M»e>»>e»»>»»e»e>»»»»s»»>s«»>e»»>e>e»e«e>»»s>»s»»e>»>e»e«e»»»»
SECOND NARROWS nRIlK'.l'.
BYLAW TO BE INTRODUCED
(Continued from pane l)
ol   tie  trustees in this iuntie,
Uou      The three bylaws   wer
accordingly   read by tlu- clerk.
It was slated that  these   were
the onl) blocka now intact aad
nvailal le In the city,
Bylaw [09 to enable the cona*
cil t.. borrow the sunt oi 'ib,-
isa" [or the purpusc uf acquiring
a   v ha a,I   sju* know II as   block
loo, l) I,. 550, was gives two
readings,
Bylaa   No, 110, for the  pm
poic ol purchaaing Uw property
know ti aa block 11, D, I.   r-s".
(or 110,620, (or Khool purposes
was given two readings   and
passed.
» Bylaw No. in for the purpose ol purcbaaing school pro-
pert)   deacribed iis block   -17.
I).   I.    546,  lot 111,110,  was gil
eii two readingi and 1 aaaed,
Bylaa No,   113 for the  pur*
poae ol empowering the city toi
diapoae oi the ichool 1 utds now
located in I). I,. :;*,, known as
loti 9,  IO,   II,   ll,   IS,   I I,   I.S,   I"
in block 11 was read twice and
paaaed,
The question ol acquiring additional municipal properties
for corporation purposes, waa
nggeated and the mayor was
of the opinion that the present
site would goon become too valuable for the city hall and "ther public buildingi, Victoria
l'ark east wai mentioned .ml
the clerk intimated that he understood Irmn .ui ollicial of the
N.    V,  Land Co.,   thc   donors,
that the Company might con-
siller the idea
On motion of Aid. U< tu and
Kowler, a couiniittee composed
of Aid. Smith, IfcRaa and
Schult/. was appointed to co**
fi-r wilh the Land Co. in   this
regard.
The Mayor stated that the
manager of the Hank of Hamilton had been pressing him lur
the registration uf the grade at
the corner ol Kirst street and
l.uiisilale   Ave.  lu eiialdc them
to proceed with the construction of the hank building,
Answering a number ..( enquiries the eUgiWCf staled thai
the   grade   he   had   given   the
Bank "i llamiltun provided lor
a .1 per cent, bench on tin Hs
plan.ulc and }'. per cent, al thc
intersection of Kirst street atul
I.ousdale Ave, on the benched
principle, lhe per cent, ol gradi
between Ksplanadc and First
slreet would be about o.fi per
cent. It was bow 77 per a.»lit.
and the uld grade > itabliahed
when the Keith block was er-
ei ted Wtt t 7  pel   ictlt.
Aid. Silnili/ wanted lu know
if <j.h was nol prohibitive to
traffic. The engineer thought ii
was not,
Aid. Schult/. wanted to know
then if there was nut sun.e w,i\
of reducing the grade.
Bagineer: "I can stale positively lhat ihere is no \\a\ on
ihis side lull excepl there was
,a 40-foot cut made at   Eighth
street."
Thc engineer stated thnt when
an intersection had mure than
,1   three    per cent,     transverse
grade it could not be travelled
iipun practically. The tUncM-
siuii (ur a lime reverted on to
the grade qUCltlol in whiih lhe
engineer took a prominent part
The   Mavur    NggSStsd   that
"thev   return   l"  the   Hank  of
Hamilton grade, and Aid, tot
lei   moved  tliat  a  Inlaw   be |H,
paired (ur the grade as already
given be reconaidered with th.
Keith block and registered, The
motion was nut  sciuiidci]
Aid Schult/, considered that
a gmil of ii.h was UM gTIBt
on this portion ol the street
and Aid Irwin was of lhe "
pinion that it would be an unwise step (or the iitv to   lake
to register the grade and allow
the cily lo be held liable before
the whole grade question nrai
settled.
A motion to adjourn Ridden
l\ ilosed the debute and the
matter will now test m abC]P
.nice  until   after the  lunferetiie
with Engineer Caimroa and tin-
ratepavers   takes   plan
B.&LBias
i.a.^-m...M. ■■t~—'."t-j-txmsi
Corsets
He M constructed lhat ila y prevent
all braking; of bones, wliile their
fitting qualities and durability make
them a (avori'.e with all who know
tlum.   \\ e have a corr|)lete range
o( these goods on hand as well as
the celebrated D. i\ A. corset.
li A I. Corset* per pair $1.25
I: a- I Corsets per pair $1.73
11. A-1. Corsets per pnir $2.25
I!. A- [.Corsets - ■ -$2.95
B A I. Corset* buill fur
extra -tout peuple pi r
1 ..nr
S4.25
V
J. J. McAleece
PHONE 93
LONSDALE AVENUE NORTII VANCOUVEI
PEABODY'8
RAILROAD
KING
PEABODYS*
UNION m
MADE A
OVERALLS ".   \*     \
UV ire m\* nift'iita liert'        Jfu0        *_S_ti  \ _   __
r
Tl,.* ..nly   nianulat-liirer   /"flCl'L1 : ~Jt_ K!       ,   !   •
that |alH<.-.ii ca.h ^narmil.-e    ^
il they a|a. imt meet  expec-
eatinn..
Try 11 pair
tn.l 1.' rnnvinenl
IVaIhhIv'h  liailrnail   Kinn
al
AMERICAN ;•
GOODS   _
MANUFACTURED
3
For S.I. br
CUMMINGS
Gent's Clothing, Furnishings, Men's,   Ladies', and
Children's Boots and Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
Cheapest Home Buy in the City
Six room Modern Hoii*<' 011 ''.nl Street We-t
Trice $:i,C50; third cash, balance fi and 12.
THIRD BTRIKT EA8T-50 It lot, ttSOO, 1-3 cash, 6-11
ELDER MURRAY CO.
I'lKinr s' N.'i 1 h V.iii.i.ivtT l'iaa*ii,* Wt V.ncuuTer
1 Mine lloun I*i.m. tii"30 p.m.    Open Kinning. hv a|'|Miintiiii*nt
Alter ulli. I* hours, phone 1,11:'
The  Seymour  I.tiiulier  Company United have ,i gang ol
men at work on lhe lunstruc-
ti"u ul a road from tin.ir ms
mill, a distance oi three and  I
hull miles, lo Trvthall's  rati li
in  lhe  vieinitv  ul   which th-'v
will tap a trait ul blab
timber.    The logs will be COB
veved to the mill upull -j I
lv constricted tracks which art
now beta manufactured .it tht
mill* The road will he plan!
ed (or the entire diatanci
:PECIAL FOR A FEW DAYS AT THESE FIGURES
Lot 4, Blk. 63, D.L. 54H, 60 x 140 leet, $1300; Ijoo caih,
6, 12 and iN months	
Lot 16, Blk. 101, D.L. 550, J1200; 1*500 cash, 6 and IS mo's.
Lot 5, Blk. 117, D.L. 274, $1200; 1(750 cish, bal. to arrange.
Lot 24, Blk. 49, D.L. 54H, ft 200 cash, bo x 140 leet.
A Lot on Nineteenth St., two blocks Irum the car line. I4IJI
.\v> cash, balance monthly ,     *
LINDSAY & CREELHAN
ISO St, ami Vrcel, North >ancouvcr
LOANS NEGOTIATED      (nil on us lor lull Particulars,
will provide excellent travellinf
mr pedestrians,    wagons
toraobilea, etc,
Mr. B   I,.unbelt  |a eieiiiiig a.livard     Tlu house will contain
n.  residence Ml i:th street a-|stx   rooms  and  will have   all
bout mu bloik wesi ol tbebon-1modern conveniences EIGHT
Till-   1'XI'RESS. NORTH  VANCOUVER. U   C
THE BXPRES9
CLASSIFIED   W   COLUMNS
locui thi   want- ind  tin    Ki ings
ol current
UANTKACTl'RKRS'  AND   loccupi    tin   premises   biinsell
MERCHANTS' FLOAT      when ihei an completed,
bee:.
11.1
Sin.'*   I   •  ■
Om Wei,   ry
One Mum
■1
['reparations  have now
Icompleted   in  connectioa   villi \ / A \IfVM T\ /CD
lhe    Merchants   and   ManttUi    V AlNv^Vj U V L_[\
Hirers Final  which *•■'.! be   -me _ ._,,
ol ilu* lealuri ■ '*"* ■■' i*hlii an,,: L V H K ' ( )N
Parade on the morning .1 in L"'^1 LMllVVM
im ,ii ,luli in North Vancouver, With lew a set ptions e-*in
business linn in lhe city ha •
entered Into the scheme ,u.d
will In represented on thi.-.
combined float. Following m
the lirms which will participate
■M.|.|.H4'|-M"M'I"W,1 M'l 11 HI 111IIIII11111IIII1111111M111111111HIM11
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I
i-M-
AL'GL'SI
nh
to 20th, 191 (i T
ajj        K' »o* **.
1'4-
■     "
< the lirms which will partlcipat.
l^mtti    )           ' Ui   ,1uk   demonstration:   Wall
t&\ys?,'/•■'   y:  ] ace & Co., shipbuildera, McDou
m^i--** a! Jenkins      eiiirineers,     Se\
VANCOUVER
Britiih   Columbia
*>/l
'A FORTUNE IN IT
■ *. 11*1 " in jJ 'ii the
OMofpwpUwou
I
I
■ .
id scope will
locality every dq H Hie
$30,000    {
in Prizes and Premiums
FOUND
FOI ND i'n Lvnn Vallei
road near ihe hotel, a pair ol
gold brimmed spectacles. Own
er may l,\
ptess
.ul-'.
iiii ill" I.limber Co., 1 vnn Will, \
1,umbel Co . Ask, v. .nnl Ka 'i
in ah .   .1    McKv en.  Cl in, pln-1,  &
Miller, contractot *   \     11 1,
* , is drugs,
Shi i    Pri  *  Ltd   print
ing, u.iIkiT Press, printing, N,)
\   Harness Co , I,   Piatt, shoe)
n puii inj,   Chai ci ine and  \:> 1
alula K iii.lu* Kitshen,
,,*iii,, ii..ii- r\,   i    Plowman  &
i*ard, P  Lar-am, N,
V. llnel    C tpt   c it's,   whan
owner,   Hiss  Curie,   millinery,        Entries Close August 1st.
tt'ood .V  Son,  shoes,   A    K    Ste       Writ.- ll r prise lill .nil iiil'iirtniitii.ii
act gru eries, The Curry   Co., j   '"
iln   gi .nls    Fraser   Hardware
'      Stoni j & Co   p.linteis, 1'.
,-:a,        *-*.a r.i1. - Irom nil point.
..ii railway, md Inin
Kxhtliit- wni .i- fr»l((hl .hi eai.*
■dim line. «ill l* returned ir,*,*.
ni : unique ittrtctloni In
S|i,*,*,liiiL'  Event) auul   hiij sl.aaa,
ji  'Flgl ling thf I'laiii ta
I'.r I iiBitntingl' petition, tt ** **i
i i    • ■■    Trotting  am-;
P I tt  i-    ind   Hunt   Cluh
Burns, butcher, W,  Cummings,
-   furnishings,   The   Leon-
Co., itationi n, A   ,1
M Alwc,   dn   i Is.    N    V
"'u ' [M; House   Furnishings,   Fuller  &
'Teiilui, groceries, Campbell ,"v
.Us   ROY
\l;iii:i.,*r mil Secretary,
Vancouver Exhibition luioeiilion.
rUKNISHED ROOMS
Melville,  barber*.  Rrackman *\-
Ker. flour and Iced, N   V G al
. _        uul Supph Co., \\. C   ilorris
" «on, sign writer,  Paine & Mi
Mil l.i ii   hardware,   Latimer  &
AppIV,       '      aliil"        Uilli   US ,*,, ,, |
, hill..ll. hardware.
Furnished   Ra
.ill modern house, situated
i.il   lltle
bun   tnd  Sixtl
I aver. IM
     ,1   \   Fulton li.is itarted the
LOCAL ADS. lion "i a house on bth itreet
 between Si   George's and  Si.
Jack Loutet and N. Lonsdali  Si   Andrew's Avenues,    It   is
  the  intention nl iln owner   to
Elder Murrav Co, ire insurance _*........_<<<<___.,.__...._a_a.a.-_
This
is
Neu Westminster Land lbs
in, i listricl "i Nea Weatmin*
ster Take nut tu- ihat T
Tod l.eiih a Vancouver, B C .
occupation, i.nnlut intends to
permission to put
ihasi tlu- lollowin described
lands     Vbonl icres corn-
men .s-   planted    oil
tb. northeast corner ol lot .',-
1,2". thence lontb s" chains,
thence eaat Si " chaina to
sh .ii Horse  Sh..i    Lake,
th.n<. ai ie short ■•■ laki la ■
northwesti rn dktction to p> Inl
..i    turaencement
THOMAS TOD I.KITH,
i-■• William Dalriel Duke,
\
.hun* .'.'ni it,
Nm   Westminstei land  Dis
district ol Nea Weatmin
Take   notici   that    I'et.i
■ er, ii
(. occupation, shipping clerk
intends to apply lor p. .mission
to purchase lhi lollowing de
scribed 1 tads About
commencing it ■ posi pi inied
on th. sonthi i I onu r ..t lol
I.*.s  ii ence  wesl   ij 78 ,hains
t i   l ..und.it-    I lol   568,
tin ii. a h.uns to north
bonnd i    of l	
i,a ,1111
in   north
u 7" ch iini   lhi ni i
chains
lot ;i..-a.  iIi.nc. n .rihrrl-  .,1 *n
shnn    ol   I!  ' •    Shot bl
poinl   ' ncemeul
1*1.II K- WOOD SI.ATI-.K.
I'.- Willi I   D
lllll'
IM>| PAH UH
'lie
* How *.n '.
oi   lulv  v ill l.i    ii   i :
Commi ie ii
Third
Will     |< lllllll
'hell
till 111-
Wlli n
lip SI     P
i    and    tl .long
Thud   st-    I
Am      All tin* vehiclea
■.nn *
point not Iati i than lo o i loci
when tin■* will nnd   u
i. .r all ii;-   •    j...* r *;..   ind bl    in
readiness   to start   bj   i
o'clock     M \nso-t
and 1'    Booth mil bl the BUT-
',  Jl ■!*    '
Recreation Grounds No Put up Job
Us) - Vancouver
IiInI Ground, lm Sundiy School
I' * III, -   I. J(l   Pii * :* a, ,111.1 nil klllil-
til   *    i *.. a ••    iiraiiaal Stand
r JOOO
I ,',  .* : rates, ind upeeinl
r.i!**- *.*. i**rr. ind a ui| tee
II i . -ii \i:i-i   -*■    Sorth Vancouver
North Vancoaver
Woodi)ard
We sup|K SIOVtWOOD any
length rrt-uired.
Hi inch Icn-jth. $2.75. per load)
Cordwood. $ 1.50 per cord
I ■        D
l'lione 190 P. 0   I
ta, gel you to buy ., lot ol in*
t* rioi paints li it awe snd we
succeeded we could hsrdlj 11
pect i .'* 1 to
Sell You Paints
Again
So t" 1- tain ■*" 1  *
ami s ': respei t wi   ofiei none
but p.nnis uhose quality ii ol
lln  highl sl    They are reall) tin
eheapi si is mil as the b. st to
bny. l hi) laat lonier snd look
battel than twice tin* quai litj
ol iub rioi paints, Cona- snd
hnu 1 p iini talk.
Stoney (& Co.
117 I dil<
Phone 1 j*.
We operate the only padded furniture and piano
moving van in the city. . .
N. V. Cartage Co.
7 lonsdale u, .
I'MOM
NOTICE
I you want to-ell -out Property, fill 111 blank space and
Mail to
INKSTER & WARD
\t >RII I VANCOUVER
NAME
Bl OCK  D.L
■H**HiH,HH+tH**ft**,H4HW*W'HllH+H4Htt
NOTICE!
..
Chairman Wsldoa ud 1 haa
. Hoi     !   1     .,1    lln   'ni  ■
Site Coliiaii .si.ni  paid  a  '>  mnl
visit   to   North Vancouver   on
Satunlav   last   and uere taken
on a  short tup to I)   I
District Clerk MttttAB Philip
.luinvirifj thein
III..
Our I •  n ss is now practically on a cash l.i
rhi| enablos ns to (five our customers thr
Ufh class (jooda we have always handhil
J much better prices than can be obtained
(nun stores doing a credit trsde.
Trv an order and compare quality and price.
j. a. & m. McMillan
N MH Mil I l-H III 111111 Id I M 111 M-H I'M 111 H i
•*      a.
This is the
Kootenay Range
WHICH WE WILL GIVE AWAY
ABSOLUTELY FREE on July 1st
I
V
V.
1
1
Y
I
t
The range will be in action at the park
in (ront of Larson's Hotel on the afternoon of July Ist. We want all the
ladies of North Vancouver to come along
and test the superior cooking which is accomplished
on the Kootenay, and write their names and addresses on the tickets furnished. Drop the tickets
in a box and in the evening one ticket will be
drawn, and the lady whose name is on the ticket
gets the range absolutely FREE.
Paine & McMillan
The Hardware People
Phone 12.     First and Lonsdale
HnHHHnHnH"i"I"M~H*»l*»
J_f-I -'»! ml -.'-.'-I-

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