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\ olume 10
North Vahoouveh, B.C, Juiv |S. 1910
Number ltf
An Immense Industry For The North Shore
ALL DETAILS ARRANGED FOR
DRY DOCK AND SHIPYARDS
AT ROCHE POINT LARGE
IRON AND STEEL WORKS TO
BE INSTALLED - GREAT INDUSTRIAL CENTRE ASSURED
Ur, il A. Barrett, manager
<>( ilie Imperial Car Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Corporation,
aiiordc.l a representative ol lhe
Kxpress   an   interview    a    lew
d.ivs ago, iii the coins, oi
which the manager stated in di
reel ami businesslike terms
what has at present been ac
imnplishcd and whal is in the
ioiir.se ol accomplishment Lv
his coinpanv. The plain fails
wiihoui anv embellishment, arc
all xiiat is needed to enable
run discriminating reader to
clear.) discern thai there lies
in lore the North Shore waterfront a luture thai will Iar
outstrip anything lhat has thus
lar been attained on or adjacent
to Hm rani inlet. The establishment "| an iudiistii oi a
magnitude inch as that upmi
whiih the Imperial Car,  Ship
building and Drv Dock Cmpm
ation is now operating, will
lav the foundations nl lutun in
.liisinal greatness for tin
North Shore littoral upon .1
wale whose developuunl pre
■ uns possibilities ni lhe most
prodigious character, When t In
whole plan ol tins distinctive!)
western compani is dulv considered, it vvill Ic sun tu in
volu the building Up nl ,1 vast
industrial concern whiih has
1'ia.li,ihii in. equal u| on lhe Pi
uin coasl     Tin results  whiih
have all..iiii   untiled  Imlil    lhe
energetii    operations   ol    the
Olllpalll     all.      .111    l.lllla  S|     |)|     llllll
.il.iliti to carrv the whole vast
silicmc io Sinnssiul consutuina
lion,
Beginning with the organias
11,>n .a the company Manager
Barrett traced the progress ol
the compan) 'a allairs throui h
ils initial stages until the fa
u.ialilc uiie oi ihe ratepayers
aal the district oi North Van
louver conferred upon tlu com
panv ihe distriit guarantee on
bonds  to the amount ol fioo,
IHNI.
The Imperial Car, Shipbaild
Ing and Drv Dock Corporation
1 hen opened negotiations with
iln- Vancouver Drv Dock Cun
panv vvaidi resulted in the first
named company purchasing ont
righl all lllc assels ol the Iai
ler. The Ynncoiiicr Div Dick
Company was al ihal lime in
possession of a siihsnlv from
the Dominion government
guaranteeing lhc interest on
bonds for the construction ul >
drv dock oi comparatively
small dimensions on Burrard
Illlel. This Mlbsidy lie.aim
tlic propertv ..( ihe Imperial
Car, Shipbuilding and Dry Dm k
Corporation. The Vancouvei
Div    Dock   Coinpanv   had   like*
uis,   secured  1  site   on   ilu-
south shore ill tllc Illlel, which
appi,ned tO be the onlv avail
abll site, Iiiit which was lotal
ly Inadequate for the, purpoae
inasmuch as ii had 1 water-
frontage ol only 65 leal and .1
lotal   area  Larch   sullicient    to
accommodate the drv dock,
leaving abtolutely no room Ior
shipyards and other adjunct!
whiih nfe necessarv to the clli
cietil operation of a drv dock.
In this respect the Imperial
Car, Shipbuilding and Dl v
Doik Corporation came to the
rescue by providing 1 spacious
site with an ideal location for
wmks of the largest type, together with a beautilul town
site comprised by 600 acres in
all, with two miles of choice
water frontage on deep waler.
Under these improved condi
timis a new application was
made to the Dominion government ini tin- construi tion aai ,1
much 1 larger drv dock for which
a corresponding.) increased
siihsidi   was requested,    Con
currently, the Imperial Car,
Shipbuilding and Drv Dock Cor
poration  made  aii   agreement
with   Messrs.  Hlilltick & Co. of
Kngland,   .1   strong   financial
concern,  for the floating ol ■
siil.sidi.il v compan) in Rngland
to   provide the necessarv    funds
for the conatruction ol lhe At)
dock.
Thc subsidy whiih the Dominion government had alreadj
granted to lhe Vancouver Drv
Dock Coinpanv was in the form
of interest al a certain rate pei
uiu upmi 1 stated amount in
bonds ami Inasmuch as the nea
application followed the same
line, ii waa evident that the
Coinpanv must actually build
the doik iu order lo render the
subsidy available. Mr. Hull, ck,
nl Bullock \ Co., and Niiol
Thompson, the originato! a |
the   Vancouver Drv Dock Co.,
spi nl  several weeks in   Otlavv.
carrying on negotiations   with
the government lor   this   in-
1 leased   slllisidv,   with   the   re
suit thai thu succeeded in iai
isfving the government  of  the
abilit)   "i   the    Imperial   Car,
Shipbuilding    and   Drv    Di ck
Corporation   to fulfil  all    the
conditions    Stipulated    Lv   thl
government   and   lhc subsidy
was linallv  Voted b)  the cabin
ct and the agreement signed be
tween the government and the
coinpanv    on    Tuesday,    .linn
,-sih
Tin-   agreement   calls Ior   a
drv dock ol the scioiul   class o|
sufficient  width  to  accommodate vessels ol iln- dreadnaught
1 lass   and   constructed   with   .1
view t,, its being lengthened al
anv iinie when required,
No time has lieen lost in gat-
ting the project actually nnd. 1
wav.    Thc contract  for   the
construction ol the steel frame
lm    the   Boating   dock has    al
read) been lei to the prominent
lirm of Swan h Hunter oi New
castle, who are also large
shareholders in the local com
camp. This steel frame work
will Le Luilt in England and
broughl "tit in sciliotis. Work
upon this pail of llu- dock has
already begun and the sum of
110,000 has been deposited by
tin-   Imperial   Car, Shipbuild
ing .nnl Du Doik Corporation
as a guarantee,
To actually  conjunct   this
doik and gel it in plaie vv ill ic
quire approximate!) eighteen
months,    Meantime   there is
llllllll to Le dollc al tin site ol
ill.   dock in getting    ready   for
the Installation, such as cleat
Ing, 1 \.,iv,iiui;', dredging, eli
This part ol the work vvill   go
lul 11 ,.1.1 as  1 apidl)   as    possil le
when the preliminary wort ■
completed by the engineern. Tht
contrail with Swan 1 Hunter
calls for tin- commencement ol
this wmk within ninet) davs
alter the signing ..f the agrie
incut between Uw government
an.l iln- compani, bul it is ea
pected that work will 1011,1m 11.
cd at an earlici date than that
called lor Lv tin- contract, In
point of 1,nt engineers are even
nuw al woik running lines, eti
preparatory to staking out the
ezait position oi the div dock
Immediately this position has
been fixed plans ol th. excava
lions,   wharves,   etc.,   will   Le
prepared, this will I >■ followed
iuilllcdl.it.lv liv calll lol lelt
dels and   the  piolllpl   collilll. tic
ment oi actual conatruction
The    compani     has    aire.uiv
called im innil is [or clearing
1 ." acres ol land on the site.
Speaking wnh reierenci to
lhe car works, Manager Barrett
declared thai tins was 1 propo
sitioii oi verv large proportioi 1
inasmuch as the Company in
tiiulid thai the cars should In
manufactured  Irom  raw   iron.
due; oul ol the mountains ol
Hritish Columbia, This, ol
course, Implied the erection ol
mc reduction works, ■ plant
lor electrii smelting, furnaces,
la.undiv and a largi and up-lo
d lie iron .Hid steel Woiks.  I mil
. ..iin-. containing valuable de
posits   of   the   metal   have   ,.|
read) been secured by the com
pany,
The principal activit) ul thi
company in this branch ol iheii
business would be the man
1 Continued oa page J)
COUNCIL AND COM Mill EE FAIL
TO AGREE ON GRADE QUESTION- ENGINEER CAMERON'S
REPORT.
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mies,
BIRDSEYt  VIEW  OF  THE  NORTH  SHORE,  FEATURING  ROSSLYN  /ND  SHOWING  THE  APPROXIMATE  IOCATION   OF   THE   DKYDOCK
AND SHIPYARDS
Second Narrows Bridge By-Laws Election in District Set For Sat., July 23rd
MONEY AND AGREEMENT BY-LAWS PASSED THREE READINGS
A definite move has Lain
null, bj the distriii council in
regard to thc construction "I
ilu- Second Narrow * bi idge and
al last evening's meeting "l
that council lhe clerk reported
lhat *i petition sufficientl) sign
cd  had  been presented  asking
the council  to submit  a    Lv law
for the purpose of borrowing
j35o,i  to purchase shares   in
the Burrard Inlet Tunnel and
Bridge Company, The bylaw
lm- ihis amount was submitted
and passed three reading!   and
the dale ,.| clc lion w.is gel  lol
Saturday, dulv ijrd, The lull
council was presenl and thc
reeve, who is one of the promoters oi iiii compani, vacal
ed the   chair   while tin*,   nut
tei   was   up,   and   Conn, Allan
was appointed ihairiiian. The
l.vlavv, which is to authorize
lln council to LolTow llu*
$250,1 , also provides   (of lllc
Si |,i |a. being raised annaall) to
meet lhc Intereal and sinking
innil. Including ilu- load hereb)
authorised  tin debt
>a| llll'        lllllllll l|>,ll|l\       Will      Ll
* 193,000. The last revised as*
sisslllcllt  roll shows the assess
ment to be $5,243,646,
The  agreement   between   lhe
Council and the Cmilpalli lol
the purchase In   the loiiiiu    in
I    shares in the IL I. T. N
IL Co. al >)"" each was e.ivcii
three readings, The agreement
whiih the reeve said had been
sain 11.iiiiii I t lhc coinpanv pro
vided loi woik being started nn
the bridge within ten months ol
the assent being given t.> ihe
bylaw   Lv    the Lieliliiiattl -t'.ov
ernor-in-Couacil and im tin
completion of : miles .,1 rail
load before the lapse <. 1 3 years
alti 1 sm li consent is received,
This agreement was passed
ilnn- readings and will be v*.i-.I
oil al tin same luili a. lite
iiioiii v liv law . The iceve t, ok
occasion lo s.n win 1 tin ie,Ua
wa-. being introduced "that 1 1
bridge building is the kev 11 1 1
to tlic whole development m ilu
North Shore."
.lohn   (',,   Parmer  was   ap
pointed  returning   oflicer   iul
lh. polling plans will |,c L.r.ii
Valid     institute   lull,  ;ciii   al
iiic distriii Lound.in at North
1,*.11 .'Lal. .md at the .ipjiio.H I*
1.. llolliLiiin wharl   1 in
u.is .ippointed to ,111 .is ,1 11,111
mittee ol one to ,,ct »-ith Ua)
or Ua) i"i tin* purpoae ol call
inj; ,1 public meeting il the)
thought advisable.
Angus Cameron, disliiel ea
gineer, I   v. Cam,ron and  0.
.1.  Brown, assist,in, ,ii,n, 1
h.11ul.1l iu then 1. -i. nations l<
take iiici 1 in om* .v,ek. I'l,. i.
situation ol   the   ,,,'lu   \i,,:, ,u-
cepted   to  take  ui*' 1 .at a net
and the two lormer »,i ••.
led  to  take elicit   at   lhe uul i I
tin month or before ii aie po
sition COUld he Illlui 'ill"! t la." 1
dale The i Ink „ a, in**." I*, tui
laa  1 ill   lot  applict'     IK*   I'.I   ill
gineer and asaiaUm   engineer
to Li  in Lv   lii.v   'i A. ,  i',uili
als ami sal,111 reqoin 1 t" I.
utated
Mr, James Uurray, former!)
proprietor oi  the Murrav   Tea
Win. Aiott is propositi); erect
ill';   ,1    St.000    lesidctne  oil    liu
rooms, on the Esplanade, lelt propertv ou 13th slreel between
todav for Calgan [01 an ivteii Lonsdale and Chesterfield Ave
.lul holiday, mies.
.ACR08SK    MATCH
l'ONI-.li
.,*- 1
SvIIIMU. THI SI l-.L.S
A. Hftt/./cse has started lhe
un lion ol a small hmi-e on
ihih street between Bewick and
Dclliruik  Avenue.
BOYS WANTED
Wc arc in need ol two !>* j - to
distribute- The ExpKU, Tuesdays
and Fridays. Wc pav -und wages
and want faithful WoA. Apply in
person.
AUCTION SALK Saturda)
next *it j p.tu* ni An- residence
o( A, IL Stevenson Pppet
Keith road, east ol I,mud.'.
Avenue, Full household Ior
sale. McCuaig, auctioneer.     iS
S    UcHugfa   has about   coin
pi inl  the   construi tion  ol  s
small house on   lath strut  li
tween   Uahon and   Chesterlield
Avenues,
.1. Deei smi Las arrangements
under waj lor the erection ol a
line   two slon-v   house   ofl his
propertv ou Mh street Iietween
Sl George'i and Sl An
drew s Avenues,
The I.m 11 social whiih was I*
have been held at the home nl
ti A UiHain ,il .111 i.ui-* del
has In tii postponed mi a.
count oi the absenci "l Mi Ma
I',.nn and Iamily and will taki
place about .'uh 20th wlnn Mi
Mi Lain returns.
(Ill   .Hi.,unt  nl  the   tail    thai
everal members ..1 thi
team were delayed in tin 1   ai
rival  011  Ucdiusdav   cuillli    ll*.
lacrosse match between the
\a,iih Vancouvei team and tin
Beaver Athietii Cluh team was
imi   played bul was 1...-tponcd
ian mn* vv.-.k Th. local team
might have claimed the match
l.v default, Lut with ihe spirit
of true sportsmen tin 1  rli 1 idrd
thev   would prefer to will it    ll
has lilin deiiitcl in abolish lhe
entrance fee lo the matches In
future and to take up a ml!"
lion mi the grounds li u hop
ul that this will result in ■'
I :'*i'i\ increased altendan.
Tin   report   ol the  Indl
pn.uh* in mn 1
bavi     staled    lli.il       \     '
wa-   awarded   ilu   hin.
for his lloat mi lhat occdSI D
At a meetini ol Un* 11...,1,1
Sihool • Trustees held   Tn.
. veiling, tin  plans ami sp,.ilii,i
Hulls  for   the   new   ichool hllild
III;; oil Upper  LoUsdaic wu,   lm
all)   .nh.pled and the Wl ii '   '
was iiistrin tnl in 1,ill lor nn
dels i,,i the conatruction of the
nm      Mr    Svkes, janitor   of
'In   initial   SCBOol,   applied    I"!
.md was granted six uontha1
I,,ue ..I absence in order   that
he ma)   visil  liu  th, 1  ,1, gng.
l.i tt I who is ill      The si.i, lm
was  iiislrii. lul   lo  ,.,||   fo|    ap
plications Ior ihe tetnporar) o.
.llpull. 1   ol  the position,       Thi
-it.11 i"ii o| ihe lariiaii   in
*iu i"i   position   oil   the
uv    'ill was laid our un
1 rida)  111 oi*i,r t,,
the presence  "f Principal Ben
Tin   in.iiti r aa|    ,1  si In,,,1
llUlldillg  to Le elected  ..II    llll ik
n   I,    ,o whi.li is about
acquired will also be con
uli iid l-'iidav evening
The i iu council and rcpresen
lative* a,i the ratepayers failed
io reach a settlement ai theit
adjourned uieeting held in the
uiv liall Uidiiesilav evening
and the compromise ol ,*, |er
pu lent   grade at mtu ectiona
on Lonsdale Ave. was lost oil a
| lo | vote Lv   tin  council.
Mavor Mav was in the eh.air
and ihere were present Aid. McNeish, Irwin, Low lu, MiRae,
SchultZ   and    Smith,   .ill.I    Mes
srs. C t Jackaon, das, Hai,
A W Sargent, W, L. Boult, W.
J, Dick and A. L Henderson.
Mr Donald Cameron CK, was
presenl as also was Rngineer
Hanes
In Introducing the subject of
iln evening His Worship said
thai he hoped that the coun. il
would Ic aa one in arriving at
.i conclusion and that ii would
decisive as to leave
in. shadow ol doubt in the
minds ol the citizen* thai  Um
council  wa , ll villi;  to do   then
.luu iii ihat regard,
Ur Cameron was then call rl
ui to address the meeting. His
it we       follows :
liu Worship the  Mayor   and
.Llllliel's o|   lhc ('.lades Colli
iiuiiii. North Vancouver i
(ieutleuien,   In    response   to
u iii invitation conveyed in the
..Ilv  Clerk's letlci  ,,l lhe   Iind
■ah, to confer with yon in  Um
ai oi strict grades, I a*
*epted it. conditional!) on my
being   supplied   with data   and
iln- ih uiiiiuits bearing  on Um
subject
The uu engineer on Um
uli   supplied me wnh
la)   I he ioo; reporl
i"   Tlm. mio   reports
copy affidavit "I 0, 9
Sea I lie.
l'ioiih   giving permanent
i.i'L of IL C. RIectrii Railway
11.11 k dated 1'ia.S |oi Lonsdale
Avenue.
idi  Tracing   ol   profile   "I
I.ousdale     Ave     Willi   proposed
bench grading, dated iy;.
As a plelimillarv I should
like to make a lew iciuaiks mi
the general engineering aspect
aai iln* queition.
In what has already ir .tispiu
ed vmi have had before voll two
methods ol streei grading
straight    and  bench    grading,
There  is still another method,
which, howcvi i, would i,
quired to have been applied it
an i.uini stage ol this iit) s
alitor)
tin level ground no difficulty
is nut wiih iii designing streeta
intersecting   at   right  angles,
'nil  on uiv   steep ground,  willl
aim* r I ascending and the othei al right angles skirting the
laipi, iln difficulty can onh bc
a, overcome by bench  grading,
lh I ween the level and steep cx-
n.in.s th.ie is a range ol <lc-
, liviiies, where in the judgment
oi tlu engineer or impelled Lv
a.ilu i conditions cither straight
or imiih grading ma) ly si
opted,
Then an no haul and laat
rules, unl.ss enforced Lv a hy-
luw, llor Heed  it   I.e I allnl canal
■ a Latl engineering practict   to
Use either sv stclll
On.* oi the ,iiu,i, tivi I,atures
i taa iiiii grading is that build
Ings on Loth sides of struts
in brought in ilu lame tw
nearly the same level. Hm nn
leas this imiii of grading is rig-
oroualy carried out, ihis ft a
lure al Intellections no longer
...nnis. if the grade al the n
iu * * iinns is cun i per ci nl
ilu regnlar appearance ol bench
lost and if it is made
l per 11 lit. unless on verv  will.
slreets.   the object  or   effect
namely  that   of keeping build
inos ofl each side ai the
level   is entirely missed.
From the pnint of view ol an
iii-ineu    uli*,*.,    onl)   .'Licit    is
lo obtain *i general ti i lood  ol
- Continued on page io) TWO
THE EXPRESS, NORTH  VANCOUVER, B. C.
SUMMER KNIT VESTS AT
MODERATE PRICES.
A i- plete showing ill these ^iiriticiils in n
wide range uf sty les suitable for present time
wearing, Heal t|Ualitv veitl front the leml-
ing makers, perfectly made, ihaped and fin-
i-li.il. Tin- I" si valins tlmt you will liml
anv a here,   Sole n few itvlei
\i I, I'm. KiLliid Cotton Vesti in Low Neck,
No Sleeve or Short Sleevi Styles finished with tape.
At 151 I in L1 ..in*1.1iv. styles in fine ribbed cotton
1* *-i inula with nnu v tu pl.uu yokes, in long 01 short
*.; , i,   ui,*.
Al  ;-<   (] Lu   si am)     Liii,    nl.Led   COtton   01   Lisle
ilm*..*I vests in about ten different styles, Low Neck,
No Sleeve, Short Sleeve snd Long Sleeves, tome
wnh fan. v i rn. li. ii *l yokes, others trimmed wilh Iai i
niSTiNOnSllKD VISIT01   brokerage   Co.,   Briliaht Land
DIhIIM" Co.,    Canadian    Door   Hangel
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
375 Granville Street.
Phone 3541
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LSTl.MKKS
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lOURTKOVS
IVIL1TY
ONQUKRS
0NTRAR1NKSS
For   onion   and |xitato  setts  also  flower   seeds   ol
best quality.
HALL'S GROCERY
Cor. St. George's & 8th Street
N. VANCOUVER
R. Covill oi Australia, champion swimmer nl lhe world and
his trainer were spectator! at
the aquatic sports mi .lulv ist
in North Vam ouver.
Mr. Covill, who has held the
worlds championship lor everv
distance from ioo yardi lo i
mile for n number ol years wss
desirous ol Riving an exhibition
of his povv.r in Noi th VnllcoU
ver last Satunlav, lml il was
ioiiiul i inpossililc lo oiler the
necessan inducements to the
champion
HIS 11 LINK
Th, brigade h,ul a hurry call
to   ,i Lush lire   mi ]]nd    street
between Jones and Uahon Ave
lines .an   Mondav   ol lliis   week
The ine originated through
sonic land clearing operations
and oii account "i lhe extreme
dryness ol lhe brush soon
made rapid headwaj alter
spreading beyond the confines ol
tin clearing area, The boys
wuc helpless lor some time to
get the reel to lhat out ol tin
way spot  till    all express    ri^
was brought Into commission
na aid in carrying lhe lu.se and
reel There were tu. houses in
the vicinity ol the fire and alter considerable difficulty thev
succeeded in getting control ol
the Barnes and further spread
ing stopped,
til L.STION ui- LOYAI.'lV
THONE ls9
i im
Cheapest Home Buy in the City M
lal
Six i..nin Modem House on 3rd Street West,
Price 13,650: third cash, balance 6 ind IS.
THIRD STREET EA8T-80ft. lot,$22UU, Ninth, (5-12\'_jM*l """'K, ■'"  _* '""'
chant ships in ilu- harbor wen
The "Kxpress" is in reccipi
oi a communication front n
subscriber who signed himsell
.is "Patriot" noting thc i*. ■
ihat the government patm!
boat "Kestrel" did not tli ip* j
.mv decorations on Domintou
Dav. The wrili-r imiiiii. nte 1
oil the lact  thai   evei I Loilv   WHS
endeavoring lo slioa then pat
Holism and enthusiasm [ot out
.iolial holnlav Lut llial 'he
'minimi cruiser Kestrel h inn
al the Wallace Shipyards
Norlli Vaniouver, did Hot '.i"vv
anv colors except the bin en
si^ii whiih is ilovvn every  di.v.
Manufacturing Co,, Canadian
Lang Stove Co., Could* Ltd.,|
Cranbrook Sash and Door Co.,
Dominion Motor Company,
Greal Weat Ughl Co., Invest
nrs Guarantee Corp , Kalcu Is
land Club, Keystone Mining
Co., King (toward llines,
Kraus   Reynolds   Co,  Moose
.law Klectric Railwav Co., New
Port Timber Co , Nicola Valley
Investment and Laud Com
panv, Portland Canal Lumber
Co., Prince Rupert Mining As
soeiiiiimi, Prince Kupert Whole
sale Liquor and Suppli Company, Pyramid .Vsphalt and Oil
."inp.inv ol ll C , (.hum Klec
in Suppl) I" . Royal Lilian
i ial Corporation,  Sheep   Creek
Summit Gold Mines, Silver
lion Mines, Stewart Trust Co,
fulauicen Power Co , Vancou
,-ei   Coaling Oil Svn , Vancou
.u  Mulvvav  llll C , and   Wesl
in Conalruction Co,
The Vancouvei Powei Co, an
uaking applications in connection  with  hydraulic undertak
nij;s iu the railwav   Lilt  ol    It
al   .loins   and   Chilliwack
lakes.     Notice   is   givefl     that
latold Ketivvoithv. J, A    Tup
per and M. t, Shook have beea
ippointed lo .ut as dyking
"linnissioiieis for ific Dewduci
Dvking Distrii I and Wm M.
Bride oi Klgin, B, C. B, B
Suiith .nul S 11 Shannon ol
CloVcfd.ile, IL C , have Lull ap
pointed   dyking commissioners
for the Bicomekl Drainage and
Dvking distriit
Notice is given thai .1 meet
Ing of the members ol lhe Van
.mivci  Group Mining Co,  will
l.c held iii Nelson, B, C   mi An
olis!    dill     lm    tllc purpose     III
hearing i report ol iln win.Ini;;
up proceedings ..i lhe compani
Missis Taj lor and Hat vei ol
Vancouver arc making applicalion ta. construit Inns ol rail
n.n iioin Nanaimo to Welling
tmi and Ladv smith
ARC YOU GOING TO BUILD ?
Coma to ns fnr tin' money tum wpty it
to suit vniirself
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WB HAVE k LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOIS FOR SALE
JOHN  ALEXANDER & CO.
RFAL  ESTATE   BROKERS
i_m Lonsdale Avenue
ELDER MURRAY CO.
I'l        Sa* *    Vmi, ,,, I'l  a.*.; Villi iiiiii t
ntii.v HounUt.ni. in *'..3n p.m.   H|h.h Eveningi bj :i|'i«.iiiiii..-nt
vn. rniiir.* Iioon, phoM Lllal
A.LBXANDEH l\ K HILLY
Teacher ol
Artistic Pianoforte Playing
North Vancouver,   Saturdays
Studio Address, 939 Davtc St. Phone R.5732
Buy at the
Welcome
Parlor
And Save Money
Wi   positively tuarastea all
mn grocarita to m tin- higkeat
in .-nality and lowest in prici.
I or Grot erics, Dairy Prodiit <\
Vegetables nml Iruit.
Highland*  Potatoi ■  v  oo  pel
mu I
KcH  l'ol a Iocs, IS 11.'- ,
Hest .1. & M. Colki'.lush roasted and ground, ,i IL J I.oo,
also a grade al 1)C.
Indian and Lev Ion Tea, ill. fl.
also all si,in.l,ml g) ■ '
Untili Iioin .'s. lo  |"c pat IL.
Fancy Apples:
Wine Saps |l ,    pi i Imx.
Oranges  all  sizes Irom Ke. up
to 50c. per do/m, gnaraa
11'id not   toiuhial   Lv  Irost,
and svvciT antl juu ).
Laige assort in. nt ol Knj-liah
Candies Imported and do
nir st ic Iront 15c, np to v*i.
Also  Fancy  Choiolntrs   up  to
J1.on per Hi
New laid Eggs dailv, j do/.n
[Ol  Jt.tO.
Also Soft Drinks, all Havms.
Lf Crram, the vrry best.
All kinds ol tuvv Iruit dailv
Telephone \ti     ttw Deliver)
J. H. BUSKINS
Cor. 3rd St. & Lonsdale
Suit, u-nr lu W    1.1,ih*"11
HORSESHOEING and
General Blacksniithing
C| il  .111.-tit 1,all  UIU'II  1., Lun,*
>ii,l ini, .1,tihh I.".*.•-   Klao .«!•
riiga in.rk ,iii.I .t,*i.| ilurpenlng.
All wurk   K.nriiili-iil.     Prompt
4i|i.|iti..ii.   tin., in.. 11 (rial.
111  (iill ilr.ss nu the 011..M..11
The   writer lurther comment*
that pi'ihaps il was dUC lo tin
.tact that lhe ere* coniiid-.-n.-d
ihal the) wi-ri' alnadv over
worked and could nol find lime
to celebrate in common with
m, I other iin/. us m perhapa iln-v
did not consider Korth Vancou
ttt ol suHiiiini importance toi
,1 government ship lo ihon lui
colon in aaaiating to celebrali
lln- dav 111 all honor,
IL C. GAZETTE
The current laaue ui tin- Bril
ish Columbia Gazette containa
the lollowing appointmenti
Alexander MiLi-an, ol the
Citv ol Valiiouver, to be Fourth
Assistant at tin* provincial industrial sihool.
Alex,indii    MiCuish ol     ILas
iini  to Le a provincial   con
■table.
Chas, K. F* Hencage  "I   lhc
Cilv ol   Vu tm 1,1 tu lu a   1 lul*.
11 tin* tieasiiiv department
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
a   'M'l ,'IRIi HV
THE HIsses DAWSON
Orlitii'iilfil siirnirail. Ifotletl Uti
MniiTiiitv Harm
Nmili Sent Out on application
Inr  term,  appli   *.l   Ila* II•■ piiail
t'..r. Utll Str.*,.| k m. In I1.11'- Aii'
PHONE   OQ
Modi-Hi iiirthods ..I uiiisiiuciiou combining
Artistic dicorutive features with low cost
Result ill homelike eo/y residences
Thai make the standard of quality
In the houses that wc build.
Nothing is omitted.   Our plans
Chow everything niceaaary lor the completion
Ql thr store, tesidiiiie, it. , thai we build.
None ol the objectionable extras, and
THE
people lor whom we have built 111 North Vancouver show tlnir appreciation Lv advising the intending home
BUILDER
to conn  and sie us.   Don'l anept the statement ol
another that thev uin );ive vou the same lesiilts, if
vou want the best consult
MATT. B. MARTINSON
CONTRACIOU
Home Block, Lon-fUlo Ave.       Phon« 173      P. 0. Box 72
PIONEER BAKERY
•I'lhIK ,\  III MIK. Proprietor*.
Board of Trade
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
fry our XXX Brown Bn id   Daih delivery to all pari* ol utv
I'h..in* H and 51
Stores l 71 Lonsdale W. Cor. Lonsdale & Ath St.
North Vancouver Board ol
Trade meets the tintd Tuesday
ol each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m.,  in the  board  room,  City.        ________  	
Hall.  Executive meets the first <..>.x..:..,,a>.:..>.x.<a.:.a:..:..:..:..:..:..:..>.>.>a:aa:..:..:..>.:..w->,>*>*X"W',X":**:**:*':*
Tuesday of eaeh mouth. W. .1. A
li win, president; .1. tt. Farmer,' *
secretary.
A. FARRO
General Contractor
l.mi.l Cli-Hrinn, Stamp unit Hork
Blaming. Kxtra earn mar hootM*.
Ml ilainnpr. nuuli. |Mlai
K M PI. II V M K NT      AI1KNCV
mil HI.. Weaal nl baTMMHUlM
p o Warn „
Ronald Hewat, of Princeton
lo in- mining recorder lor tin-
llsovoos   miniii(!  division  and
ili-piltv  assessm  .mil iidlei tor o|
revenue tax lm ihe Kettle Ki
Vef  Assessment    distriit   ill    the
plaie   ol    .'alius    R,   RfOWU    id
LnirvicW.
Richard Polli ol  lhi mv   ..I
Vancouver lo In 1 lisht n  over.
seer lor the 11.im 1   River   di-
triil
To In-   Notaries  I'ublii   I',.'.-
ward   Alexaiulel    l.llias   ol   tlu
citv ol Vancouver, barriiti r ai
All new houses should be pilled lm |ai ui mder to save the jj^ all(| Xhos, UcNeish ol SI
heavy expenditure for this con* | can
vcnietKe at a later date
N. V LIGHT. HEAT &
P0WR1 CO . MMITBD,
Notices rcdelininj* lhe llerint
Hav, Okanagan Landin;. ,,nl
Va'ldez iichool distrii 1 ire Riven, Valdei school dii irict hai
been reduced Irom .1 n *ul..ii'
organUed hcIkmi] district la
-.. _ ^ Ithat ..l .ni assi-,i,.| *,l I
Pianos aOrqans ^ Ad2*'•rJT u S
0 making application [m  1 watei
Tuned and Repaired *^VSlPn.VS ,„.,.,„
(hai;:' 1 Modfrate,
Salislai lion I initanti 11
WILLIAM LINT
ment of Hugh UcDonnld   loba
,10 and lotifeiiimiin un n In 111
ul Kaalo, B, C,
Certificates  ol   incorporation
^^^^^^^^^^^^^H line been issued  lo  lln   |,,|lovv-
PRACTICAL TUNER ft REPAIRER »   ,„111|Mim.s    British C.,„.,.l,
<*PegweH"i4th»t., a Forbeaave, an'Trust and Savings Co., Brit-
P ('.. mil i..ml piiuupi ait. n   ish Columbia Caakel d ,11 C
imu Farm   Lands  Co . H   1       t<og
HI
IIIIIII
IIIE     LONSDALE     I'll A KM ACS
si Iis DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   TRICES ....
!     TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   IS  .1   TRIAL   ON   VOIR
NEXT ORDER. THOSE ig
I /'   \   THOMAS. Thn,  H
I DRUGGIST    t
•^•^*^•^*^'^•^•^a^a;aa;a,*..'.."..*•.'..*..;.^*..'..*..x..^.^*'•*^a^•^*^•^•x••^•x•*^""••x•'^•^•l■*^
ah kuui-
Lumber
Mouldings
-Sash and
Doors, Etc.
Ven 1 le ap
SEE US FOR
SASH      DOORS     MOULDINGS      BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS.      ETC, ETC.
BUKRAKD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, loot of St. George
We ."ll, 11 ;. trail l.i.l "ii n.iir Onler. munii nr luriie
I
LDABES CO.
MILL    WL   Dllli I
1      ail*   Bml
I'h.nn* Hj    Sorlli V 11 * 1
LYNN VALLEY
I,,,,,,,, ,,,.,'iiss tin-*lmt from thl l,vnn \ alley sion-,
\ few lots still wiling il Hi" original price.
\\'i. liavr also a ninarkul'lt'  line l«b*
divinlon.fieingonthewtinilonol the
GRAND BOULEVARD
wliifli we »r<' offirini no* at reuoo-
ible prieen.
CAMPBELL & EVENSON
. .    . I'hone 155.
9 Lonsdale Avi nur. THE EXPRESS, NORTII VANCOUVER, B. C.
THREE
COUNCIL AND COMMITTEE   Iietween benches,
KAIL TO AGREE ON GRADE    The bench grading shown  on ,, m1, percent, rje, pounda, ant
SETTLEMENT. the   190J  profile,  would  make
—— 'Lonsdale steeper than lt is   a;
(Continued Irom page 11      preaent by  ij per cent. ,i>   :\n-
lower end and  17,7 per cent, in
this would become 2j6 lbs., on|great  to the north aa to thi
casl   aiiil  west.
,,n aii u''. per cent, grade  -'*,,
pounds, lllld so 1111 lill the   load
would become stronger than the
spurt ol a team.
From   these  figures vou   mav
lorm   an   idea   ol   the   ere,iter
tractive power l'ei|llired to out
sc
roadmaking easy ol application the upper parts
io all caaea, bench grading has    tik, proposal oi lhe 1910 re
every  attraction, requiring  as por(,] v\_ which the eity engin
u does,  no particular skill In ,,.,■ agrees, il tot a 1 per cent
ns application ;  |,„t one  ad .,,,,1,. ,„, principal Intersections l""u'  Uw1eBfBt "' ;'"   "tan
opted as the roadmaking policy I and a per cent, in secondarv     ln""  K'''"lr "' P"*'   .(,n ""
departure irom it appears to In     tfakinjj    therefore   ,he   L's- I,r"l",S1,11 "teepeat part it is an
impoaalble,   whatever protests pfenade crossing  and thai ",,   increase-..f one .,11,111,1 or    13
arc    subsequently     raised,     or |(tt     ,„,, ;ll„|  U(1 slr,,,s ,     H,r per cent, on the present   slee|>-
uhatever the cost mav lie. ,,,„   ,,„,1 ,|„ ,*,.s| 1 ,„*, .,,„   «-.. ~\ gradient,     Uuv  will    also
lln    the
other hand, straight have Irom ilu* wharl to
'.splan
■..lade of   1 i.t percent,  nearly commercial   parts,    this    wi
17 per cent. drive   lhe  residential   part    to
Taking    the     tractive    force the norlh.    As bright and pas-
required to keep 1 load ol 1,000 soger   traffic   are now more
pounds moving on 1 good level than hitherto kept separate, the
toad as 1,7  pounds, reipi'remetils   of the   passenger
(tn a grade ol B.j per cent serviie  will probably   bc   as
give vim an idea ol the greater
.1   modified   straight  grading ttde K.6 per cent.                  '  braking  power required Lv lhe
greatlj increases the engineer's Ksplanadc  lo isi su.,1,  tt_n Incmue ol gtada Ul daactnding,
work ami requires skill to pro p(*i cent.                                  Por learns to Le aide ai all
perlv   develop 01 warp th.-  in i-nsi   slreel lo Second street ," nacead on au 11,3  per uin
lersecting road surfaces,  even M ( .„.,. u,..|                          gradei vvith anything ol a load,
case requiring  separate  neat Second street to Third street,'wonld require a special  paving
iiunl  according to iis parlies M ,| ,>,*• l(.ni                         and a tramway,
'"' conditions. 'flu,,I tittti -,, KoUTth slreel,     In all   this 1 am considering
I'i'.iii     the    aesthetic     view in 'j*, pel unt.                              Lonsdah* Ave. as il is at   pre-
poitti, wlnn the work is proper fourth streei to Lilth streei sent the most Important  ihor
lv done, ihere seems nothing to 10.3 per cent                           uughlare in the iitv,  and as
choose,   except   ihat   straight Lilth street to Sixth  street, traversing the north ami south
grading is lice Irom th.- serte 10,47 P" a"'*                        directions ..I the citv will prob-
"i abrupt humps ol the henchi 1 The greatest increase in grade ably alwavs Le so,   Anv change
Noi      only      the    conforms is   between   Lirst   and   Second therefore, that vvill allu 1 trans
tion given to a  loa.l.vav,   bui siteei where the increased sleep- portation mt it requires  moat
ilu- paving  material employed in-ss   would   Le   u.   per   unt. careful consideration.   We have
.nnl the manner in win. a it   is greater than it is al preaent.     instances how cities develop  or
laid havt a great eilcc , nol al The decrease thai would have tend to iiii so, in particular iii
together on its appe.irar.ee, Lm to Le made in a load in passing rectiona,  mostly Influenced  by
ou its usefulness ami s,ii,-i. ondjlroui an s.7 per cent, ton m.s atmospheric conditions, Should
in this connection in the sevel per cent, grade would beat the the   east and west lower   parts
ill reports submitted lo vmi •;. rate of 10.7 per cent, and to a of North Vancouver become the
reporters are  agreed ihat   the
grading problem only lieeoiiies
pressing  when  the slleels lilt' 1
e, llll;1  come t" Le paved.  M 'th
I a a.ids giving  lhe foothold    0:    '
macadam road surface, no difli
mln arises This argument
would presuppose the selection
ol a paving material which is
..r is likclv to become slippery
Such a pavement would, Iroin
iis very nature Le unsuitable
lm llu- general run ol a north
and   south     street,    Would     Le
equally    suitable loi the inter
seitiotls
in  liioie particularly  dealing
willl lllc subject, I propose io
lake Lonsdale Avenue as being
a 1 \ pie.11 north and south
street .md   the  one which   has
practically    raised     the     whaale
question,
Al present Lonsdale has three
gradients between the whari
and the south side ol Victoria
Talk
Prom end of ear line lo solllll
side of Bsplanade 6.5 pei cent.
From ihal point I" thc north
stile ol  First slleet ~ S pel unt
And Inun there to Victoria
l'ark ft ISH pel   lent.
These are the grade* ol lhe
1,11 Inn
Ai hirst stint ihe grade on
ihe crossing iar line is -,.21 pet
cent.
Forming ihis length ol tin
avenue   Lv   straight    gradin
would lliil much alter these
gradients, except al inlei sec
lions, while ear lines mav be
expel ted to cross Lonsdale and
where, for the width ol the 1,11
tracks   il     would   be    sllghtl)
11.» 11. uel ot benched,
Should the cast and west tr.illn 1 oim* to a iar centre on
Lonsdale, as at present, 1 ren
this benching would not be ie*
quired,
The scheme Ior lormlng tlie
Avcinie shown on the 1907 profile, provides for a grade "1
; .in per cent. Irom wh.ni to
souih side of Eaplanade, ol • :
per cent, ut intersection, of K 03
pn unl. I.. south side of First
street, of 5.21 pcf cent. .0 toss
Lirst street, and Irom lh.l1
poinl to tin* south side ol Vii
1, .11.1 Park .' 94 P* ntsx, al i«
nisi*, tioiis, mnl 10.23 per  u'llt
North Vancouver Bargain*
It is expressed throughout the
reports on ihis queetlon  Uu.i
the east and weat streets should ONE ACRE in Upper Lonsdale, $20C0  oash $(150 bul-
not be sacrificed to thoae going       anoa 4,8,12, lo monthi	
north and south.     I am   i|tiile
unable to find any valid reason 800 FEET mi Chesterfield Ave, close in, $5300. ca«h
loi -sacrificing cither or why the |2300, balance 8, 12, 18 I ithi	
one should have the preference,
and ii mai L, taken as au ax 50 KEET mi ldth Street, near Lonsdale, $8G0: $2fi0 cash,
iom lhat whatever is done lhat
mav harm 0114' Parl "' the itiv
will surely harmfully reach on
the other parts.
Tin firat streei car line cross
es   Lousdale Avenue now  oil   a
j.2 per cent  grade and there is
11" liason whv oll Third street
"I    011    Fourth    slreel   or    mi
Sixth street similar or better
conditions could nol be riven.
Should,     however,     Lonsdale
1 olil mile    to   lie   the   Iramwav
centre ol the utv such a provi
sion for a illlut  east  and wesl
ha
ance li ntnl 12 tut Hit lis
r. McMillan & co.
Ileal Batata, Marine  Firs and Lil.  Insurance
54 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 197 PO. Btt 155
(Continued on page 7
E. DOWIE
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
l'lans, Specilicftttons, Estimates
P. 0. Box 27, North Vancouver
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU GKEfMIOliSES
I.lo,llr,I
chotcMl
CIT FLOWERS
ill U.ii 11 ill lowest |,n,*,*..       (iiie 11- 11 I11.1l I".
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
607 ll<i.slini|.s Mai W.        Vancouver, B.C
MID-SUMMER
CLEARING SPECIALS
All through this month we will clear
out odd lines of summer goods at greatly
reduced prices.
Onlv l few Imlii":
-nils left, to cli'iir
25 per cent. off.
2oc Cotton Hose, tan or blacl
pairs for
50c.
I lirla' Wash llrcssei
25 tier cent off.
'.i.'n-  Civniii I'ini;.'!'!'Silk,  sjiirinl [u'l'vil.
\'iili'iu'i'iiint's l.ni'rs, piT iln/i'ii yils,   •
Extra Values in nil lint's of White-wear iod Hlouses.
75c
30c.
J* J. McAleece
PHONIC 93
LONSDALE AVENUE NORTH VANCOUVER
Cbea|)
Lumber
mn ami Inn 1111 li ell lib
$11.00 |>er
1000 ft.
in our yard.
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
GROCERS
W. T. STEIN aS, CO,
CHARTERED 	
 ACCOUNTANTS
UU  l'eiuler street,   Vaneouver
.illd
Nortli Vaniouver
CHEAPSIOE GROCERY
GEO. » AGG
C.roieiies ,iud Provisions
Wholesale and Kclail
nr. Hustings St. 1 downstairs)
Deliverv   Tuesdays and Fridays
ARCHITECTS
SEYMOIR LIMBER
CO., LTD.
rt™,. in
17th Mifi-i. Nurlli i.iniiiie.ei
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIP BUILDER,
ENGINEERS &
Hoilermaker*.    .    .
Marine and Stationary Ba*
ind 1 i.ui. 1 Wmk prompt*
li 1 a. a ni. .1
I . I' pill ill.     |OJ
North Vancouver
MUSIC
l'ml
.   .IDS. K. NTKNHKRl'.KK
0WMWWMJAA Musual Director
ARCHITECT Vaneouver Opera House
I Rooms 3 and a Klks' Hall, Cor
Robson   and Granville Streets.
I it Granville Street
VANCOLV KK. IL C,
BARRISTERS
SCHULTZa ARNOLD
II,misters, Soliiilors, . ti.
Roomi 104-105 Crown Btiildine,,
his render Street
l'lione 40,1*)
S. I)  S.liull/.       C. S. Arnold
BAIHb
Kallethe's Bath
Crnei Hornet and Peader Sts
The olllv   up-to-date  .in.l  lell
alilc bath house in Hritish Co-
luiiil.ia.
We mie   where   others    I.til
Satislaiiia.n giaraatead  or wa
pav   I'l,nn Laths, declric Lath-
shower Lalhs,  uiassaee for bo-
dv, sialp and Lue ; elictto titer
apctllie Laths a speeiallv.
JOS. KALLKTHK, PROP.,
Graduate ol Herlin, German;
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPR0TT-SIWW
Business Institute
Uis Hastings Sl   I
C«n«(l»'i Gr.it.il Wa>l'ti-n School
K    I   Sproll, II A ,     Manager
PITMAN'S
RiisiiuNS ("nlli m
I'll  Sevlllolll   s(  ,   \ .in, ..liv. I
l),iv   sihool   open   all    lhe    ve.H
round,   Night Khool comment
es September Bth.
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
All instruments.      l'lione 25.V
PICTURE FRAMING
PICTURE FRAMING
We   have   the  largest  stock   ol
mouldings in B. C. to select
Iroin so when vou want Iram-
iiiK   iioin1   duty   and   will ^et
our prices.
BAILEY BROS. CO. LTD.
sl" Granvillt and  UK Cordova
RUBBER STAMPS
Till1  GEO. II   HEWITT CO.
\l,mul.11 Hints
mum una nun
Sign and I'riee Markers
10 Fairfield Hid.      Fone —$tji
REAL ESTATE
Keeli vottr eve on
LAST   VANCOUVKR
HEIGHTS	
For particulars applv to
HORDEN I THORNTON
l'lione 8lJ     140 Hotiter Street
Yorkshire (iuaranteo A
Si'i'iirilics Corporation l-ld
||o Stviiiour Street
MORRISON'S
S I (J X
WORKS
Keith Block     Ist Street W.
Canadian Detective Hnn.iii :—
Olhees ei en where
V. 11.*r Me*       -li  l.n.nn,   l;  " 1*
HO) II.1-I11.p -l. unit. I'li,,i 11
w w WELSH
General Svperinti nd. nl
II. f. KRtGtR
C__.., _■ I    ,_J   ,|| liiiii.e« liri-Hl |iri.v.*iiliilln   nf coldl
txpert on Fireplaces and all      ,.„,   „,jr,,r,„Hil,K , „,:,h].
classes of Brickwork
All Work Ctiariinte-I * \DAMK HUMPHREYS
ivrnrr Kiii,,.|,ii, si. mi.i MahM kn T*i I'^dcr Street
LADIES' HAIRURESSINO
K,,r .iiitt-lie., |,iiff«.i*li- .thebenl nnil-
*.».*-i nrlee, all ..11 UAll IME
IIIVH'lllll.YS.     riierelntl Rill   filial It
Iuki'"luck ill Imir iiikmI. i,( etatj At--
*ri|atiaa||    |ll    «|.'|.|*|     |"***H, TOUp*M    fnr
U. iitleinin lln* I.'.t HI "id linesl ti..rl.-
iiiaiii^lilii. iint,l>* liv nn I'ljai-ri. Innil,-
ini'ii wlm hate l'.-t lli,-ir h.iir mil lin.l ai
111
UK mi.I  maun, aula 1' i'tr. nl
REAL B8TATE
LAND ANI) IIORTGAGB
INVESTMENTS
BSTATE8   MANAGED
firl; INSURANCE
k  Ken Hoolfatt - - - Mtttgn
RESTAURANTS
Ail  Norlh   lain ouver   people
.it al
LEONARDO
Either   FLuk Hlock or Hasi-
illj's street, opposite the new
I'osl (Hln e I.eonald sells his
tea Lv   llie DOUttd,
WATCHMAKERS
English practical watchmaker;
Kstaldished iRKq
(Specialty, rapairiaf
WniiDRoiiFI-,
113 ( ,11 nil Sti eel Fill
HH.; EXPRESS, NORTll VANCOUVER, B, C.
and    railwav-.,    will  produce- and was considerably damaged,
prompt   returns   ol   enormoua The limits from where the coin*
magnitude in lln wai ol whan- panv secun        supply oi logs
.-,, warehouses, lactones, large are located f.n back '""'  UP '"
local  payrolls,  increased   pop- the mountain md the large en*
illation, growini mercantile and gine  is used as a  means   ol
kindred enterprises, etc,      By transportation (or hauling  the
subscribing   lor   one   hundred logs down  lln middle  id   the
thousand  dollars  ol   simk  to track to tlu waler where  thev
Ltiild   the  bridge, lhi veT)   ul   are placed in I ms and ship*
i .i-.*. ■ .1  i'i-ra u   inu un.i mi \i—   must that ii i.m cost lhe rate ped  lo  Vancouver   and   else
payers ol lhe cit) in laa rates when      Tin Kraser-McNaii   is
would be one mill on the dol- one nl lhi largest industries on
lar.    li is a conservative eati* ihe Norlh Shore.
in,iu*  to stall   lhat   lhc con
struction  ol lhe bridgi   would _         .
add  irom i.it-. i" one hundred NolxKlY Spared
pel   cent,   to ilu v.ilm   oi   ihi'
ratepayers'  propcrh   inten
so that the net gain will be ea Kidnet  ["roubles .Yttack  North
iiunii largi \ aneouvii   Hen and  Women,
Th.   providing   ol   » [und » lM m\ y„u„|
:11..imtin.  lo ilnn hundred and
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North \ ts 11 r, 1)  C
I. a* a - a.i -i km larrms :
i ' ft.on
Sll I   lUtlll    ■ • • .i'1
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I'uii...  -I..I. - am" I .,ri.ii:ii,ll..'i.i|'.Ty.'iir
il'.l KIISlSi.   i:\ll *
■   a,. |i, an I, lunertli.il
I  Sum I-. I-1.    11.00 pet Iuch |" r
I ana l\" I l'*l'i la \*>l li I-    SO 'I.uv I'.;
Iall.I    a        <       (I
I ...i int. rtiuni III
, vm*. | „ *l* UU*     * ,|, I, iiiIm, i|iu.|il   * •■ i
linn. .**  ).. r Ilm .
. i. un*, . N.iri      i^ I**** 'I   Ni i - '
• iui- ".I' li rtlon
\ -i iknth     RslM  air*
' * ipsci laken,
',    ma-iu ililllriCl :ia|i'*rli-,*li,,'Hl-
..* n, th, I,.uiai- ul ll..* |.rin.i*r In
al,*a|||.-*l.ll I'll ■llll.L'1"' -«l-lir.- |.H I al ]a .llll  |.
I a III" ill XI   I--M.'.
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Nelson Manf g Co.
B8PLAHADE,   im oi
N. V.l.l'inil i;   CO 'l Mil I
AWNINGS
TENTS
SAILS
N. NELSON. Proprietor
Kill    V
ign
TIIK UT\   AM)   llll-;
hi-; lDi'.i'
There is even n nson io anti
iipale   thai    tin    ai lion   "I tlu
.uv council in deciding to suL
mil .i Inlaw lo -In ratepayers
io siiLsiniii [ii] "in hundred
thousand dollars in shares tor
the const nil tta,n .1 Si rond Nar
rows bridge, vuli meet wiih
In.uti ipproval from <ur iiti
/in-,    tin i na v h.unl then is *i
m-iim   ,,l  n In I  ,ilti\ "t   | raliln.i
lion laei.iii*., a,i ihi i.ui th it
tin long drawn out pn luiiin.u
i.s ill one sort and anothei
wilh whnh iln Second Narrows
in ul "i |ii..|ei t has L. i ii beset
are nnu drawing lo it dose and
'Iial  the tune has al   last   .'in
i.,l w lun di Unite *n ii'.n  is lo
In laken in raising mon. \   In
a. inal construi lion np< ration
\a,w   ihal this most import
ant juu.tm. in bridj i  mattei
hav Luu reached ilni. is a gin
eral consensus ••! ..pinion   ihal
.mv iluii;*   iu  tin* lorm  id hall
wav   nuusiilis   vi,alld   Le   most
unloitiinat. ami such is eel lain
lv   not  ihaiailellstii   ul  the pro
p.asal ol ihe disiiiit io contrib
iiii two hun.In.I and hltv thoU
sand dollars, m ol the iitv lo
...niiiLui. nm hundred iln.ii
-and dollars Thia project
means even thing to Loth i it \
ui'l distrii i and it is in hai
iii'.ni wnh ihe disposition oi
■nitt. 1 prevailing among the pro
pill V     ..Will is   lll.lt    till      111 llll I
he  laken  hold ..|  111  ils  presi nl
iges  in  *. m,nnu i thai   wil
. on vm,,   the   publii   at
ih.it   the  sister  municipalities
..it llii   North Shol*i   .ii,   deeplv
III   i.Ulli sl   u,nu mill;     lllis m.it
tll.     lllal     llllV      Will    Lla.a.k   tll,   ill
iiial  .md  iia. mn Iii i vexatious
del,iv..    ainl    lllllllll   lli,it    lli, ■
ate prepared  lii assume   ani
reason,iLh iiii.iii, i.il obligations
iip..u *i hln ral l.ims in ..nli r
Inal ilun long deferred hopes
wnh hiuiiii, io iiu constnn
lion ..i Second Narrows bridge
mat I., crystallized into the
.'. in let.   abutments   and   the
steel linn, work nl lhe stun
1111.   Itsell
Tin   determination   ol   Ihon
interested in llu .In. lopti *
the Norlh Shun  l- in in.   s,u,.
diminished,   neither   is   ihcii
ardoi ni .mv . n>, ,i.uii|i. ii, |
from the i...i ihal ih. piojeiI
is a large .an li is uilh real
iscd lhat not onl) nuts' thc
bridgi in Luili .it .in ,ippio\i,n
ll'   COSl   "I   "II.    .illd   "tl.   UUai let
million   dollai     hut   inui
I    111.llll     lliiil   .    "I    , a.Ilia.
lallvv.iv    inu-.i   iik.vvi i   Ih     , "ll
l«] "II Laatll      Sldl'S ,||       |!   ,
Iiiiii     Tin   wholi   prop
u.iisiitii'i *  .,   largi ordi i
till   pi lhe  illv   .illii  In
dislriel   **i   North  vancouvei
has  been
iinu.mu  durin
veals, tin  building •■; tin :
is   so   uLsi.lni, |i    ,..,iii;,,|    i,,
iiitiln i progn-s   and   In
tits I,, act tu, [rom bi id i     m
.inn lion
that lhi iiih iinuili "i ih)
al.i   lal .   tlnn
lulls  I,,  Uu   lol   ul ih,  Sorth
in is vv.l| within iln
Liliin •  "i lhe |... *.i ihiiih
lii   and ii i   worth'  tin h pn
inportuiiii ami iln   .in i
|.||SI      "I      ill,   ll      a   |l|.|  ||
Consider, d on its nn rils, 'in
itained at Otis
an   iib .il   in   and
proinl nto    n
|l|a,spl  fOU!       Ial|    .'
sll.ll    as    will   lillilil     Iiii     |,i   „
, hase nl   sh.ii. ■    ,i    vi i v    p
lllll III' .    I IUI III 'all.lie
i. iii nn.ii important than   iyu
.i   i   ilu-  i.ui   thai
- ..nd immediate indii
.1  vvhi.li m.iv
lift) thousand dollars b) the
cit) and lhe districi ol Norih
\ ancouver will constitute a ba
sis, working from which lhc
problem oi financing lhe bridgi
will prove caay. It is under
stood that the  provincial ; o\
i lium 111   hns uilisi lliul    I"     the
removal ol the several provisions which appeared lo obstruct iln wav in securing the
siilisulv "i two hundred and id
iv thousand dollars voted last
session and that lhe conleui
plated action upon thi pan ol
Ki'lmv  ills sewe voung and
old.
Come quickly and with lilth
warning.
Children sutler in their   earlv
veals
Can'l  control llie kidnci   si
i returns
Ciils are languid, nervous
*ii ,; pain
Women worn, can'l do daih
work
Hen have lame and aching
backs
The cure [or man, woman  oi
the municipalities will render I child is lo cure the cause lh
thai lurther sim. available, | ^idnevH. Booth's Kidney Pill
making  sis  hundred  thousand
Hollars, There is salislat lor)
reason lo believe lhat lhe Dominion government vv ill liken iije
assist the project to lhe extent
ol another two hundred and
Bit) thouaand dollars, whiih,
together with say, Iwo hundred
llioiisiiiiil dollars liuin  the cil)
and tin districts .at lhe  south
shol,    1)1     the     Inlet,   swills    till
grand total to one million and
illle  slik  kiillli v s
Lure all lot'iiis "I ki.luev sill
[ering Moose .laa testimony
proves ii
\llS N ll I,     ''I     'I,    St.ld*I
cona sinii. Moose Jaw, Sis',
s.ivs "I am pleased I" sl illni the Leitiiit "i am persoi
sullering with a weak and pain
ml hack that they will run''
Booth's Kiiltiev l'ills a nia.si i\
ulleiii reined) 1 had suflcrei
[rn   months with a ven   we.'
nlli     thousand dollars.     Whi
ih, -."11111 ihore quota ianol as ]iM^ in,| MAm. ]Mms ,,,,,1,,,
1,1  ,.  certainty,  uis evident •„ ,|1(, ^,1,,,*^, and lelt   wn
that even should a portion   or ,uuci, depressed    Thn, was al
,)   swelling   under m)  evi
ev.n all "i it nnl, lhe siiiiess "i
ih. undertaking   does  not   de
petl.l     lll. 1 a.>ti.    [oi    the   lias an
ilui tin compan) has borrow
ing powers io the extent "i sn
ui hundred and Bit) thousand
dullars, which will enable it lo
n.idilv maki | *""1 *.nv defacicti
.v as wiih.'iu doubt the bonds
of tin compan) would meet
with   a read)   Bale al a   go d
pllu
Tin iu i and district councils
are endv&vi-rinj o lo arran; i
matters ibai thi hylaa in each
muniilpaliiv will be siiliiintt.'l
in th, ratepayers on lhc sanu
dan Ina Mini, h as lhe prop, r
lv "Wiiers  m the .Uv   and   in.
tie umwm
mm it. uii.
Lonsdah   A. i nui.
at I', ii    I inding
fi:f,ii Minimis
ALL KINDS cl'
l-'KKI) \T THE
LOWKtfl  I'RIOES
VV"    Ill-"     |n-Hl||t!    Haa*      laalla*.
POULTRY sil'I'I.IKS;
It. .v K.Chirk F I,
11.1 k i Ilk-ken Chop.
Kit iltl'    li"l'l    Sa  l.l|'-.
Mu'i - p, iilirj >i*i*'''
Lee.' l.i.-e killer.
Wlieul In In., 'jr.i.l.s.
Bul.l IN   II,'*  ,|ll.lllllli,'H.
TRY .-WIN'S' \K-
NA'IK OK LKAII
Tin1 Best siiniiiii'i
"ii iln1 miirkei.
ALL KiNds of
■fertilizer*
FOrLaWN aNdgard:*N
THE NORTII VANtOUVtR
SCHOOL 01 MUSIC
Pianoforte
Organ    ...
Violin
Singing
Violin Cello
Cornet   ...
I'lillc
i\hs. W. S. Hurmeslef A.N.A.M
Mr. T. W. Waul
Mr, L. Davies, L.V.ILM.
Mi. l'aul Edmonds
Mis. Grace Harding Pratt
Mr. I,. Davies, L.V.ILM.
Mi. I,. Davies, L.V.H.M.
We are here lo establish a lust .lass Sihool ol Music
and have, regardless ol expense, obtained the serviie ol
musicians who have the highest diplomas [or leaching on
the l'.iiilii Coast.
Call al om isialdishiiiint al hi Lonsdale Ave., Intel
view oui teuiheis and Judge Lu yourself,
TKKMS MODERATE
Norlh Vancouver Piano Co.
l'lione III. 113 lams.Inle Avenue.
9_^_t_mmi__—tnmnntmtnm4mmm9m0mnm9mmn
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
Ll \i   ESTATE, l OANS, INSURANCE.
Vrlli  \ ,n ..in* r mil V.iiiai'in. t
I'ill   .11 .1  sa,Iini,.,|| Pri,|*,ll, .
V i i      -Innl.
I >l.iti I ii..in.if..I, It. nl. i'iiHi". I."i
I'.ii-iiiis-   CIlMMM
V.'" . iu nl.  "I   Met  .li-.iiiiiili.l
I ....I ..I I...a .I.ile Ave., Noiili Vancouver, R ('.
I H.i\l' L   11   BOX  114
I. O. O    I'.
Wlnn I learned ol Booth's Unl
n, v Pills, 1 piaaiiu.,1 *i bos ami
have lound them the besl rem
edv    I  hav,   iul  Usui, as   the;
were ven ,|iiiik in giving me 1. 	
li.l     Tin pains havi lelt   m
hack and it has  strengthened     North Vancouve   Lodge,  No
Thc) |iave also helped l.. build 55. maaU everj  I
lip HIV    health
Pol sale in North Vancouvei
,it the laonsdule Phamiaci
ing, comet lonsdale avenue and
Lust street, at 8 o'clock, Visit
ing brethren cotdialli invited m
attend Ira K I'eers N.G.,;
A   K   Donaldson, Rei  set  ; J
II   rilliti", VC . Kin sM
D. L. 204
\\ I*. hav.   somi   Sp< 11.1 Lavs here
lo WATERFRONT, pn
ItKIUGE snd Kill WAY.   *
BLOCK i:.  I ii" lots in tins Llo, k   ■ ,i h. i-i i ,.sh,
L.iiau.. 6 and i- month*
UL01 kn   j lols, includi ■:■ DOUBLE CORNER, priea
6 nul u months,
|.|.i. i,    .    |Wn loti in lhi* block, lacing ptoposed CAR
LINE,     ■ ..:,.!-,,.. h, bal mo 6 and ia mo's.
l.lin K \i I '""*• in ,ll|s block Innn -
Ml li.
Chas. C. Lawson 6 Co.
i
a.   -   -III rm
la i'S
.       I      I   Ills.,S
Phot
PHP MiKO-Ht)
CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,
lhi'
The I...lisdali  Thai in in
district   an   l" *i   large   eiUr.l     _~_R,^ Goiir, Coughs ind Coli, rr
Identical, lliis will obviate  lhi    monty b«k. Sold and guir.int--d by
iiuissiti    ,i   ..uv    ratepaut ■
making two uips t,. tin   |Hills
.unl should result in Uie polli '-.
Ill   ,1    Veil    Hal    '     U.ll I'liCIl    I'
ll"  ii,mill   iimt   the larger the
i a.i, the ii ion pronounced  v. ul
be  ilu-  vi nli,: ui lav l tin
l.vl.ivvs.   i i is highly imp
thai    lln    li .nil   in   lllis  "i -|'*'l
should li.   made as emphatii as
possible   i n order   1I1.it oulsidi
. Ililes,   un ne  ol   less   ,ali NStl A
iii ihe hridlgc projei I mat ilear-
lv undent and ihal the propel
tv owners  ol tin North  Slmn
111 .1   ilv    ,|S   posslld.    .1   Il'.l*
in i.iv.ii .. I tin* immediate ...n
strintn.ii . ,i ih. bridge
KANMI
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RAIL WAY ACCIDENT
Offers you llie beal
iLuiliiv   nnd  price
on ill
FBUIT9 fOR
PRESERVING
aiul fi'i'.iniiiu ml the
ECONOMY JAM
io give •" -I mitisfuo-
lion.
Hive u- a trial.
C R. HICKMAN
GrtCH <inil Hul< hor
Phone pi
111   La
M.sit I'L .'
lilsli   Av mn
USUI N
"IT'S THE
PLACE"
l.h. Konnot,     dIInnsildlo
11
Vt.lt'lla' III" I i.|
|.   ..I 'Ml..!■*I,   t> '*'    I
lln *  *.* Sinl in   Sir I
mu in i
Picture Krtiiiing.     PnrnilMr. si
thi pn mi., nl tht   I   ik];     ||,i   i, ,
\ reporl   is i-urrcnl [mm west
I   i|.llall"       lo    lhe   elleit     lha<
"Dudh v ii,, large logging eii-
glvi .a • hi I '■' 'i U< Nail Co.,
loggers, wli" operate a large
imp and railroad wesl
"i lhi ', apilano ran awaj on
Honda- and iH noa u rpendicu
l.t11 v i imbedded in tin Bai i
-li-'ii .'.ivtati.i* "ir from lhc U t
IllinUS . I lh, ll.nk ll is said
lllal      the  ,iu nh 111   VI.is due     I"
ilu Ii ries ..ii nhiih thi largi 1"
como r,i. up. rali becaml slack
and •: i, iron horse began li
nuiv c  in .1  down bill direction
l..vv   -.,,,]   ij,,     |',,,v        Prom    the
pot na   win■    n   started ■  laa
north  "i   ihe
I        a   road  ilia ii   i ■  quite   •
■   in iln iv,a.i   and  i ,    .
iii    s,,.. in Norln Vancouvor •
I lllilllllin     lo     .III     ., . |   e a        /.
until ii pitin   loal and supply co.
i-,l lleadloll;   inti aatlTOVil , ,
I    ,,,     ||„    ,,„|    ill Drains in I oal. Link,
! uilli    "I  the   una Sand,    Gravel.     I .ine,
who Ii ivi relumed io lhc * Cenenl   and   I .,1
""l1  bas  been |y(|,,; S||l(
meantime,   li
*   *  ,:    ihal   the
v. ..I | iu- i ngin vv ill
It    is     11"I
ii , vi. nt ..I
ih.  d whether il has
p I.a   I, Ild
.1   ii   iim |, irthel    n ■'■
"!!;1" 'V';'1 Officei Loiwdali *l,,nl t
to   U ..hi   ihal   lelt '
173 THIRD STREk'l'. W.
vi ui. iirim i.
Hot Points
For the Man
LJ, i, '| ,i i h,un i* to pii ,i *   tin
Wile
Ql*|. i   ,it  00. ■   ..   I ll"  'lll'l
P01N1
t, n l.i . tn ii. n. i i.i aaking
pi,.isii|a and comfort on iroti-
iog di v
/yd, iron on marki t guana-
|a I .11. |   lUO VI || .
Inu s| now. it   will pleasi   In I
M,,,t, ,|,.in ind economical
Tn on. now .in.l I"  i "i
B. C. Electric Railway Company, Ltd.
Ill  I ."iwlale   Avenue.
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M *» .a* \r__m socn otir new Scibdivi   *) ::
I   I Id Vt:   1 OU      sion in I ynn Valley      •   :
ii i •
•ho
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Ail   Ordi; •   I*
I' I,H   1    a.nl
I ,  ,al 0,1    I        I  '
Appli
SITUATED right il thi- Ck Terrainua,   Thia lathe frtaUal op«
portunity lor investnwnl ever offered un tins aide of the Inlei,
\h. uiv. lot's nurehaned ol iu laal week have been told il I prolll
ol >j'*'i iier lot, and il rigin.il purahaanr wld too -non al tliat.
There must ol nm -*iiy be I buiy buaineai oentre in Lynn Valley
iim! ot iiii'.'ssiiy it will lie lot'iuxl nt thli point,   Vmi know thai
tlmt will an.   l,.i u- ihow you over the property belore they
are all g(,ne, PHONE 21fi for appointmenl Offloeontbn poundi
\  THE   CAN4DUN   MNANCICBft,   LTD. :
It lonsdale Avenuf
ll*;\|nii* | h i .,„■• ii, iiivilleSt I! S.THOMl'iJON, l^cal Manager,
., previous  il
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LAXADA
TBMPKBANC8 ALT
The recent amendment nl tlic
Canada Temperance Aet uml.
Ing ii applicable to the province ol Hritish Columbia, has
inaugurated i new condition "I
allairs in thc prugreea ol tew
peraiiai* legislation in thia province, This move upon the
part "i the I.oeal Option loms
h.is  i.illeil    lorth    eollsiilei.il.L
discussion ol the situation in
ihe sim,ii circles Interested.
Kioin present Indications there
is ,i probability thai iln- Imperial Ait in.iv loiiltise the is
sm lai dragging into it lonatd
erattoiis ol a political nature
Iroin   whiih   it  will Le   ileal Iv
recognised Lv everv one favor
aLle to   ,uhaiiietl   legislation
with   leleretne   lo the   lliell'itl
traffic in alcoholic liquors ihat
it is above all things desirable
that the temperance movemcn1
should he kept disliiullv Ml
rale. In connection iiiiii ihis
phase of the stlhjeel a special
representative o[ ihe .'ilonlital
Star semis io that Independent
antl inlluetitial journal an ar-
tiele whiilt deals with phases
ol the subject whieh are mm
paratively new anil one I I
whieh is lhe matter relerred lo
aliove.
"The Loial option League,"
says   the   corrcapondencs    in
neation "now  that the Canada
Temperance   (Scott) Avi   has
quit-llv heen so amended at Ottawa Lv a clarifying ol the
Hritish Columbia 'countiea' definition as to make il pos--il.li
lm .mii liquor extremists to in
vtike it in this I'm ilie province,
has recent!) Inaugurated a earn
paign in aired antagonism tithe adopted liquor tr.illn pad
itv ol the IfcBnde government,
ami with smh special energy as
li.i siiei;est to main an .mil
Cotiservalive partu.in itispitu
Hon bach ,,i this Scott Ail
movement.
it will be recalled that Ind
dental to tin- last provincial
general   sloctioia  a  plebiacite
was taken It. test  the (ecline; ol
Hritish Columbia as a whole as
to the expediency ol ilu- mg-
gestioa "I adoption in and  for
this province ul the Loial Op-
' oii plan The I.oeal Optioti-
isls now sav llial thi\ desired
no siuli plebiacite, bui rather
desired tin- government to ad
opt the local option prineiph
without relerence to tin* sovet
dgn people,  and  that  thev held
as distinctly unlaii tin   pkbis
iiie condition whiih was thai
more than lift) per nnt ol tin
recorded poll lot parliamentary
inuilhers should ulso lie i.ist (or
l.oenl Option to jusiilv iln i to
ernineiii in abandonment nl iln
principle underlying ilu- present
si ilea
He this as it mav, the Lm al
Option league vvorknl slrenit
ouslv (or a victor] in ami
through ilu- plebiacite in  quea
l it ill. pressed must, inllv ami
kit 111\ lor evei v possihle .nl
Vantage   in    the   etallllt   .nul   le
counl .md tlnn admitted in
iheir own puMiahnd statements
a defeat Lv something hetwei n
hve hundred and six hundred
voits, with not unusual recriminations and illnP-cs oi linl.ill
ness in the rules under whnh
tiun lialile had Let li l*.u hi
ami lost.
The    growth     ol    (UohiLitioii
sentiment throughout the conn
try,  as  Indicated   in  ihe son-
slallllal iloselless o[ lhe pltlns
till-    Vote   w.is   voluill'.llllv      .ti
. i pled  Lv   the govel nment   as
jtisiilu,ilioii loi the i-natllii'tn
ol iiniih nioit  rigorous  law ..ml
regulations concerning   tin- li
qUof   ii.iliu,    ami as a   conse
■ |nt tn t-, ami after ven  i nrnpn
lu-nsive sttitlv Lv the   Atttornr)
General (Ron, w, .1  lh ia *
ihe   contraatcd    liqtso<r  traffii
laws ami  systems  throughout
passed    last    session   tahiill   Is
the civilised world, all   a.l    was
perhaps the most priu Heal, and
certain!) the  most disatfa   on
•mv statute Look iii tl-i Britiah
Ktiipire     This  will I tni   i
law ol liriiish Columbia .nul
strict!) enforced fronii the isi
nl Angus! inxi     its. nveeping
provisions were teuiv ed with a
ni.i/e and loiislernatioti In th'
'I'i'h, wilh comtpotidittj    jubi
iation and approbation Lv pmi
ileal  and temperatei rcformct
Rveu Rev,   Dr.  Bpencer,  lhc
leader .,i tha la-e.il Optionists,
felt tonstraiiictl to wiin i" Al
tornej General  Bo wan ci
tulatfng him upon hi'- mee
It, therefore, has ban ■ | -
ami aliuost  complete iuit"*1
'"  hnd  th,,! ||„. , ,,,|,1,iiii   pro
hibitloniati  in  it -mh Colum
hit have   n,,|,  ||     ,i  bad
i m mm
To realise lha importance ol Iru*
mu is io icquin  the habit ol
■ iv ing     snd ol di positing youi
•avingi in a Bank
You iii ed iiiit leel i mberraismi nl
iu depositing ,is small i sum n- ont
dollar in tin* Bank  i Hamilton.
Sliell ,i step  uiai   ill, SO   Lu   VOU
the commeoceuu nl ol ■ nt a ers
a : a ..se iiiiiI ( mutant
C. G. HEAVEN, Agent,
Norih Vancouver.
Head Office:
HAMILTON
We Sell Anything, Everywhere,
BY AUCTION; also
REAL ESTATE.
Life, Fire and Accident Insurance.
Howard & Matbehon
16 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 220
expected the) would, been content in common fairness t" ^iu
the drastic new aet a working
trial,     liiil    lliev    have     Moved
meanwhile without  the hnoa
ledge oi the provincial authori
ties or o( the vast majority ol
Hritish Columbiana, to  invoke
the ninth talked id Scotl Acl,
concerning the practicabilitj as
well as the principle and tin ia
pedumv o| whiih there certain
Iv exist grave dillerences ol o>
pinion  even   among   the  moat
sincere aiul active ol Canadian
temperance workers.
At present ilu- Indications its
lhat action vvill soon Le laken
toward  [nrcing a  vote lol    and
against the Scott Aet in suih
localities as in the plebiscite
vm,' displayed strong [nclina*
lion prohibition-ward,
To those wh
HELLO!!
Tin- |.i..|.|e liaivi'
(iiuiul il mil at
last.
IIII  N.V. I ISH MAKKII
Under Na « \|;in;ii;,*iiii*iil.
II,,* ,'lieii|.i-I nml bast I'ltiee in limn
iur all kimta id InaL and laokad lab,
|.a,niiri. !■_-, tagrtabtte nml Iruit.
Wl SELL ICE.
JOHN  Mil I \\
i u IIKSI STREET, WEST.
To those who eail allil iln    re [ ^fmi__tr\ _
gard the matter dispassionate 'xtA_*    fllANnflOV
lv and i.m lv this is particular J V     a/     [^-n
lv to he regretted, primarily be I    limitcd   r
^lllJ^rV-l
 ^^^^_______^^^^^
cause the principle oi lair plav
nugget is that the new provincial act should Le tivili an hon
isi ui,ii aiiil secondarily be
cause in thus lorciag a campaign against a distinct and
well considered leaturc ol gov
etniiielll.il polky, the local   op
tionists sink the humanitarian
and benevolent chararterialics
of ilnn propaganda Lv making
tin*   temperance movement   s
distiiu th partisan issue in pro
initial politns, Im,in whieh it
has heretofore been kepi desir-
aldv  separate alld distiiu I
There ate other sound reasons
loi general regret lhat the lo
ial optionistS have heell si) ill-
advised to adopt their present
laiiiise, one being that lhe very
inst suggestion of success
whiih lliev ill.iv secure in tin
Hew    poliiv   thev   havt   seen    111
io adopt, vi ill nu.iii deatrui lion
aal    iiniloruiilv     ami   solid.nhv
and   therefore   Im    effective
iuss lm   good)   in provincial
control oi ilu liquor traffii  An
oilier is that  should lln    S
2
Large
stores
ousc
2
459-441 HASTINGS ST
VANCOUVER
1104 GOVERNMENT ST.
VICTORIA
Catarrh Must Go
And  ILivvkiiij;, Spitting, Sinill-
les Must Co Too.
Ilvoiini (pronounced llteh-o
me) will give the sillitTi I Iioin
t.il.illll iaavlul reliel ill live Iiiiiiiii.:,
li is smh a remarkable cure,
.llul    si,   positive    III  lis   ai t li ill,
I that  The   Lonsdale  Pharmac)
ti i coes ,o i.m .is lo guarantee
Ail    Le   .inin hen    adopted     ill
this pi,.uini. the i itremel) ..n
lagonistii tnurse ol iis advoca
lea, aa in II a*, iis contradiction
ot iln adopted liquor polh\ id
the government, will certainl)
dinv n the polite puwel ol the
province in its enforcement.
Wlm ihen woultl enforce it '
The Dominion government will
hesitate (or long ere il assumes
ilu   it spotisiLilitv   ami mst   ol
duplii sting the police machin-
aii a.i am province lot thc ex
ind peculiar purpose ol
enforcing extremist prohibiton
legislation, in special ani
ism to the liquor traffii   laws
,oul   ii   illation--   of that     pro
iiiiii. supported Lv an unqui i
in .ii, iiih* and  recent i ipression
lilidi in i    Lv  lln   ilittotata
in ihal province's government   out stomach dosing
While  the observations made
in tin article are onlj aa a
in, ision   of the person,il   opin
ia,n "i  the correspondent, the
ll   in It I tilt less ,lll..rds [ood
[in reflection as lo wh, tlui ihis
' move will ultimately   re
.nil    in  the   Iiuiiii lam,   ,,(   the
op. rests of i. mptranee  in  thc
| provinci
M
na ime catarrh or mottei bach
A complete outfit, whuh mn
sisis oi a haul rubber pocket
inhaler,   s  bottle ol Hyomei,
and a tirii.pl.  dropper Ior Iiiiiii;:
the Inhaler, onlv i..sis one dollar, ami n an extra bottle is
afterwards needed the price   is
Only JO eellls.
iivoinei is a healing, aiil. ep
in lialsam, taken from tile
mighty eucalyptus  trees in the
In .illll giving forests ol  Atf.-.rn-
li.i, where diseases oi the rcapi-
rator)  trad an- unknown.
All the sufferer has to do la
to inhale the anlisepti air ol
Ilv.nut 1 over the llltLltlM d p "ts
uiu it* iln* germs are en It inched,
three or four times a da)
Il   ,lllt     COUghs,   told       .1  tl
ma.   hav   leva  and vr.aiiii w Ul
'Mil     -1 t limit 11   mi • *un^; .
HYOME
I I ifmWOHIIehO-Mt) I
CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,
Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Cold,, or
monry luck.   Snld and guarant-ed by
The Lonsdale Pharmacy SIX
THK EXPRESS, NORTII  /ANCOUVKK. B. C
THE CURRY CO.
Corner Second and lonsd-ile.
Phone 53
Dry  Goods  and
Gents Furnishings
tW IAL purehaae ol Men's Jap Urepe shirts,
Inin.-i|-i|iiwn collar, in stri|u*s nml fancy pat-
leni- .         ?5c
Z I'i'iv* onlv Circular Pi I low Cotton, value 25e   20c
THE  BRIDGE
|s  UOMIXG   "I RK   MOW   Is  TIIK  TIMK  To  BUY   BEKOKE
PRICKS AIIVANCK AdAIN.
NORTH   LONSDALE
Is XO Tn BK OKK OK I'lIK KIN'K.sT RB8IDKNTIAL
SECTIONS or SOUTH VANCOUVKR,
Ilm lol .,ll Sl.1 .treei,  100X133  leel,  for t'.'M.   llll- miller  Inn***!   Ii;ue
 v.    We have the a.lj.iiniii; hit Iinteil It I'i-iHi
One lol an   RtMi street,  IlKlxl:;; ieet, al  two
IV.- Imi,' .ui (eel .ui Keith road, liall • blooh from i-sr, for  f 1300
■ an hvt .111 Thirli.eiiti  -tr.vl, rle.ir. I, niie Iihiek Irian ear, al  .,   .    ITiln
II nn. mini inn ..i the above net quickly,
'■   «   l,i„, A  V. Vt.ikli*
G. W. VANCE & CO.
l.n. Sth ,\ lonsdale    Phone 176        Hran.h (III,,,* I win Valle*
\
Bressey
Peers & Boult
HEtl ESIAII
IIIMil IIU*1
Notary Public
Phone
ISI
Mitt III VANCOUVER ICRR1 TIMETABLE
STKAMKR ST
OKORGL.
STR. NORTH VANCOOVtiH
Leave Vail.        1
eave N. Van.
Leave N. Van.
Leave Van.
*6.2o a.m.
•b.45 a .ui.
•6.20 a.m.
•6.45 a.m.
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12.15 pm.
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■    Not   Oil
SiiiiiLiv .
Time T
1M1    subject   to
chaaga aritlunl
notice.
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
1.01111 li ' \\ ■   I \ .in. ,11., 1 1."   Captain Lindlai
I It'll Idl   I, jl I.., tiff I I.
TIME TAHLE
I   "i* I,, a,,.*. VHii-ttinrr
ii..ii,i..,rn .1 ■ ■   i,,,„.  wharl
I vera lltit| I vei |il Smiilai
7* 30 .,  ||,
ill" 'I.II III. (Ml Hill.
I '   00 J   In I J, , IJ
11< in 11 on p.m.
1 J.00 p.m 16.00 |i iu.
00  p   IU IS   OO   |,   HI
lg.00 p 111 "l-liirilma, Onl, p. in
. 1" a in simii.li Vhuliilr        ,14.00 p.lll.
00  p.m .... .  .  .'.'   laa,   |,   |H
Single Faro Me,       Two Tickets 25c.
',111. ki 1 i'ini' Iioin Surih Vancouver to tin dislriel beyond
1 *i| ma. River. Launch "Woat Vanconvei nukci connections, without fail, with lha lerry iteamei   Irom North Van-
1 OUVI i, a*, pel alion sclu iluh*.
Advertise in the "Express"
\;\.'M\<\ BKCKIPT8
A riMuni of lhe receipti oi
the North Vancouver ferries Ior
the month ol lane Ironi 1901 to
min inclusive is interesting and
the figures .is hereinunder
shown are iimnl gratifying to
the ratepayer in ihis citv and
espeiiallv s" lo ihose who have
pioneered through the early
ilavs when lhe city and distriii
combined an the diatrict strove
against   adverse conditions  to
shade the small &Ufg wheu lui
,1 ik i.il     conditions     vvele    sl.uk
enough    lo   cities  oi    reput
.ill standing    North Vancou
ver   was   linn   practically    nu
known  outside  ol   Vaacoavei
and tin   lerrv   service   was     llic
solu.. .a iiiiiili complaint  [rom
the residents who were ..11 a Hi
cessiiv   wlioiiv dependent  upon
iis operation  Ior  comniunicn
lion to tin* outside world, Hoa
ever,  natural advantages, 'uuh
residential and Industrial, won
mil in lhe lone, inn atul the  i.
organization   "I   the (erry   service with the consequent reduc
lion   o|   tares  soon WToVghl   a
wonderful change and now   lhe
citv is not onlv standing on its
own merits, Inn demanding m
tenlioll   lhe   wide world    over
Following is tin statement i
.lune.  nmi    (631,20,
.lune, 190a- } 1,350,(0,
.lillle,    VfUy   >l.l">) a)J
June, ni" 1 (2,481.60,
.lune, lajoJS (2,780.00,
June, 1906 Ss,,si>i.is.
lune, nm;- (5,007 on,
.lune, 1908 (5,243.3.1.
,luite, lyun (5,203,50,
.lune, 1 uio (7,586.00
sympathetic basis il ho| 1 ■ *"
so develop the spiril ol coin
radeship between each so that
the time will soon arrivt when
iln poorest in.in and worn in u
long with the richest will have
the opportunity ol partaking ol
the besl the education il "a.ihl
can oiler.
Whilst paying attention lo
lhe harriers hiiulei iu,u .1 Hill use
ol avail.iLle resources, it Is
working to create .1 Bniveraal
desire among workpeople lor
knowledge and culture To givi
iinin a taste nl lhe joys ol lit
cr,Utile ami art.
The scheme nationally and
locally has been a great .success L'.aih lium i.ili li.e* r<
sponded well, So large has
lieen the ileinainl on Matti lu iter
that no Further applicatinns
can be entertained at pre»nt
Indeed, tin- leaching stall is
quite inadequate '
Whal   lhe elicit   a,I  au e\j.ci:
ment .a lliis nature will be it i
difficult rn foresee,   Thousands
..I nun and women all over the
counlrv   ale organized   in these
classes   lol    steailv    ami  terio'lS
simlv     Well in,iv we be optimistic as lo the outlook, H1.111.1
and character alone count, Vm
Workers' Educational Association believes with Thomas Carl
vie  thai   "Human   intellect,    If
considered well, is the exact
summary ol human worth."
A hard and Uphill road has
nt to Le traversed, National
progress awaits an educated
democracy. A democracy which
has    had   a   loi'cl.istc   oi    the
abundant life awaiting it   One
glimpse "I thai and theie is
awakened a lone which will
earn humanity to the highest
pinnacles   ol   human poasibil
ities.
lllllllll I HUH III Ml 11II llllllillllllllll MM I IIHUH I llllllllll.l
Canyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
I   tonsiv.  '.i'.u   1 lli^h 1 l.iss si nin .it inodersti rates
Lainilv lv nuns 111 suite iiiiii s|i. 1 isl rati s,    House Greatlj Bnlsrgi d,
I.,im  n,iii t,, iiitnmil ol   liiinis.   Mountain,    altitude 3000 leet
Scenic Delights      Fishing      Hunting     Mountain Climbing
Unequalled for Holiday, Long or Short
•f   V. CAKCELUIR.
Miinngpi
SEASON 1910
V. I.AKMiN,
■mi..      ••
fll'l 11 III IIIIIM111111111 I'l II111III I'l 11IIIII11IIII11111IIIII11111111
CORRPXTION
•H**I--l*+^H-!-H*^^
Granei Boulevard
In ihe  Dominion  Dav I'.n.oh ',',
iii litis citv C. R    Hickman's ■•
grocery rig was laden wiih Vii ][
toria (.'loss Tea instead ol  Rid i\-
'ii'\\.t\   teas,  as noted ill the    a
port of the parade,   Samples o| ],
the  Victoria  Cross  tea   wen •■
distributed through ihe crowd ',',
Lot adjoining Boulevard on 12th St. for $875, cash
$300.   A Long Way Below Value.   :   :   :   :
LOOLITLAM HOARD 01'
TRADI1'.
Tin    residents   i,i   CoquitlaUl
have   made   tin    initial    move *K"*I"
looking io the [urination  ol  a
Hoard .a Trade.   At a  meeting ~~
held receiitlv  whiih was largely   m_m
,il tended    a    large   tlllliiLel'    el
those present si-^nilieil their v.il
lingness na become ineinbii--   I
the proposed organization    i'.u
niiii ill1; was addressed Lv    Mr
C,    II     S     Wade  of   N.W   Wesl
minster who lully explained
ihe objects ol a board ol tradi
and its In in Ills I,, the columns
Uv al large, With the loin,a
tion oi a board ol trade at Co
quitlain there will extend
through   iim   iiiiiniii|ialitv    in
ihe Fraser vallej a chain ol
organisations thai ian improvi
and look alter llu interests .nul
in ll.ire o[ the districts ill win,1,:
thev   ,n,   situated
Martinson & Co.
.;_'  LONSDALE   AVKM'E
SORTH VANCOUVER, Ite.
•-,-. /' .'  A* . ,".'
w.H.-.*.;.--;-X.;-X-.-:^
i__f....    m.r/..rn-'i_!-n'
;,-
a
THK    VORKKRS'    KDt'CA
TIONAi. 'ASSOCIATION
What  ll  IS .t»t\ Whal   il  DOL.S
The Workers' Kdiiintintinl .\s
s,,iiation is a federation ol sih
nlars     and    workpeople,    and
working ilass .md idm.iinai il
organizations    it has comi in
to being :
i.n   To    arouse   intereal   a
nnai;'  vi..i km    penph   hi highet
ediii,nnui  .ni.i 1.. ,in,,i alien
lion lo exi nui;: lacilities
in To i v|ii, ... in local ai
ihorities, ih, Hoard nl L.iu
ration and lo universities, the
needs and aishes ol lhe workers
iu regard lo education
v i Hv ai ranging ilm li oi la
milium tion uuh oiln i organ
i/e.l Lollies mentioned above,
ia, iiii les [or Kindles ol Intereal
to tlie workers
nli   Bj publishing or arrang *
lag  t" have published such   prt-
pers, Looks ami pamphlets a*
it unn deem necessarv
The   individual members  and
initiated  organizations  belong
to illl shades ol politii al "|'in
imt, Lal.or, So, ialisl   i .ii*.. na
live,  Liberal and to .ill sei Is.
Ii unites  scholars Hntl   wort
people  io iluii mutual advan
lage,     Tin range oi ns   nul
look  is Iroin the uorkshup  to
ihe university
There   are   lacilities   I'M    .ul
tnre  alii.olv   available   whichI
ale   not     llllll     Usui III     snlni
caaea   lmauai   th ilitns
are nol widely known, in ..th
ers because the ...st is i,m nh
th.    range   nl   ih,    worker's
parse.    It   vvill dun t    ilii ution
Iii those la.lllll. ,| I,* iiiiii
_m iiim,illon wnh  | ,[„, i  ,,n   ,i
CLEARED LOTS
50 Feet Wide
in Blocks Adjoining
Grand
Boulevard
Disiiui lui 550
-CHOICEST-
RESIDENTIAL SITES
l'ol  I'rires  ,,,i,l  |',,iti, iil.ii.,  Apply lo
iiii i.msn ma 111   ii*
-. i  . ia v 11;
I.m. Ln
MAHON, McFARLAND & PROCTER, LTD.
Cora* Pad ! Seyaoa Sm* ofilclal **-*
I    .   v.."    .J-    *' THE EXPRESS, NORTII VANCOUVER, B. C.
SEVEN
^millllllll.i..l(...llilIllllllllllllllllll
Attractive Gold Jewellery
Never during the lile of the firm in Vancouver,
have we- offered to the public such s magnificent
•election of gold ind jem set jewellery si we ire
ihowing tins lesson
From England, France, Germsny,  Italy and
the iiie s ui tbe Hague, hsi i ■ ihis enormous
a..llcei il i,i,lu,mi ami value, vilu, h blended wilh
the  llunie  product  and lh.it ol the  United St,lies
iii.ikis una*, i ih,* iniesi displays in the world
i )ur sh,ni*mi; ni iiioni iu s. Bracelets, Necklets,
linn t'oll,us ami Pendants, wl with pesrls, sine
thyits, turquoii peridots, lo islines, topas, gn
nets iiiiiI every senn precious Monti known to the
woild, am ill iii tin* latest design nnd finest work
inui .In ] *, ul,, I. our diamond settings sre unexcelled
HI ilia   Hull,I.
COUNCII*  AND COMMUTE
FAIL T() AGREE ON GRADK
SETTLEMENT
(Continued from page .1)
1
1
t iiii iiiiii h.is ,iiu,ii s |„ * ii iai gil e the publii till'
Lesi quality in .ill Iini i ol goodi sa wi ll .is the id
vantage ol moderate prices, while we gnsrsntee
satisfaction in everv case,
I HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD. |
■0_* Diamond Merchanti JJ
vas ,, mt
rSa* '""■ s.Trurev, .a „ ,-.       n   c 3*
_ Minimum: IHiwtoi Hastings N Liranville Ss, ■£
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
NORH1   VANCOIVLR
LONSDALE AVENUE ESPLANADE
FIRST STREET BOULEV-tRD
AND D. I
We have exclusive wleol Ihe besl properties in tba
ibovi.   Call .imi inquire.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
1 I   I, ili-il:ili' Avt'lHli'
Pbonea—Office 2-1      Home 22       P.O. Boi BO
JUST OPENED
U.AVLRIF.   \   AKC'AND have just opened on First
Street, Last, an up-to-date
GROCERY STORE
ivlirrr- ihr public will bc sure to find a good and fresh .issurl-
ment of Groceries and Provisions, fruits and Vegetables in
season. 4J Mr. rcaid vv.s wiib I. Filion of Vaniouver
(or the last eight yeats.
CLAVERIE A  ARCAND
Look Here!
\\. h.ive insi in em d ,i large
.unit HOICK SELECTION ol
Carpet
vSquares
in WILTONS, BRUSSELS
.md rAPESTKlES.
I in pn, es ere excw dingl) low.
Lace  Curtains
in sm.- ami Nottingham, Inun
' p, i pah
Luiiiii KES   IND ("lill
mil KS   I set llenl Values
SEE OUR
DRESSERS
AND BRASS
BEDSTEADS
RATTAN and
SEA GRASS
CHAIRS.
iiiiiiniii
IM I oiisflnlr Vvi-.
g PI CUl IOR \ UW l)A>S Al I III SI I K.I HIS
Lot j. Blk, '.;, D.L   148, 60 a 140 leel, fijooj f joo cash,
I'. 12 ami is •noiillis	
Lot id, Hik. 101, Ll ish,'' snd
Lot s* Lil-  117, M I.. J74, fi ■ 1 ib, bal io 11
Lol 14, Hlk 49, hi iih, im x 140 lui
A     LOI    a IU    Nllll'tl  .   I.lll    St.,    I WO   LlOl   |,S    lllllll    till      I   all    I III'
' I lh, I'.ii.iiii. iiionihii	
LINDSAY & CRltimS
Un tOont Mrrel, *orlb*>«i**o<ivrr
LOANS M OOTIATED      Call on us foi lull Pari
serviee would he even unnecessary,
There are some purls ol tit*
city where ol necessity bench
grading will have to be ndopled
iiiid I understand that between
the Esplanade and Lirst   street
iniiih grading was formally ad
opted   Lv   the  council ; at   any
rate   the   level   ol   the    Keith
block is set lor smh a grade,
This new grade is shown nt s.f>
per cent., being the same as the
presenl ruling gradient ol linear line. Such being lhe case
,md as ,1 grade level has beea
given and built to, there is tm
great reaaoa whv, lot this
length ol Lonsdale, tin- Intention ol I908 should not Le 1,11
ried oul.   Lot  the same reason,
the Esplanade and down to the
wharl wight be similar.} grad
eii ill view  ol the new  iar land
inn "■> the new vvh.n 1
To   bench   grade   Lonsdale
north ol Lirsl street, with a J
pn cent, grade at Intersection*
and at the same time maintain
lite present gradient ol the ear
line would necessitate a jo-ioot
un at Sixth streei. Ai Third
street it would Le 8 leel t, inches.
Such a cut as lliis [night he
lollsideled as injlll ioiislv ailed*
in;; the east and west slreets,
acting on the principle aire,uli
mentioned, this method ol grad
in-; is ""i recommended, although inanv a heavier int has
Lien in,uh  lor poorer results
As smh ,i proposal, that is io
cut (or bench grading, may not
in- entertained,  the alternative
is to Iind out the least iilt
lhat vvill give the presenl car
line   grade   and   al   tht    same
time enable facilities to be ^iv
ii-ii the car lines to iross   I,ous
dale on nni   iwo i,| tin east and
wesl   slreils, and also to   help
I straight grading the Ave irom
hirst  street  to Eighth street.
A  illl   ol   less  lhan   J  leet    al
Sixth siieet will enable this lo
be done and siill keep to tin ea
i.ihlishcd grade of ihe car line
II the work oi developing or
warping   the Interactions   ol
lhe   east    ,ind   Wesl    slreets   is
proper]} Hone, from an acaths
lii  or anv  point ol view,   ymi
will have ,is e, I, if not a bet
tei.   piece   of   work   lhan   .mi
lorm of bench grading could
give.    At   this   point it should
in noted that a modified beach
grade, depending on the rati -1
grade, is aho a modified
straight a.r.nla
I have roaghl} laid down in
pi..hie   the   inaniiii    in    whiih
smh a grading mav be carried
out winie show mn beach
grading on the Esplanade   nul
Lust street this is done for thins staled
Theie art difficulties in beach
rading Loth the Kspluli.ule and
Firal sttni owing to tin |og m
i.nh
l'..i   iiii   ana  Included   Ih
I wet ll  Eighth street  and uatel
ti.>nt   and Forlies ami St    Da
viils,    lhe   steep street    teagtlu
■ a avenuca beam Find stint
i.m in de,ili with l.v benching,
Imt  al moal other inters, i ttotis
iiu ii is not iniiih to Le gaiaad
Lv making ths h'ttr corners oi
lh. sulivv.ilk al lhe same level
at    illlel set I nnis     Kvciv inlet
si.tn.ii should lu graded m
mrding >•• tin particulai coadl
lions iluii riisting
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
OFFICE:—264 Hastings .St.  L,  near  Impress   Ihtolre
MAIN
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Llty  Kit horizontal, 01  about
the   ilillerellie in    level   ol   ,.lie
inch iii the width ol a wagon or
strei l car,    Anv thin-; over tins
grade being considered dangerous to horses
in making this itatement  it
must have slipped Mr. Thom
soli's nieliiol y   ill,it  the catllliel,
or rounding ol ninny important
paved roadwa) ■ ranged irom \':
per unt. to even lo per edit a
long such slopes horses travel
ill all weathers, and that in
in.mv i.ises, on the most slippery ol all pavementa, asphalt.
Anyone ol va,u can test for
yourselves the credibility of
this statement.
The danger mi straight or on
modified bench grate, apprehended, appears lo lie to
teams crossiti1* Lonsdale Ave,
(or it is utile those going right
across thai would Le alin inl.
while the public in the ..treei
iars on the stccpclicd grade al
to lie lell (o the lender Hire ul
the B. C, Kh'ilric K\   Co.
In    making    lhe    street    so
steep between  the benchea he
proposes      that     lhe     lieltches
should Le used as resting plates
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Lun hair dresser should
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vou it  will do.
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to the scalp. There is not .1
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PROPRIETORS
Si- osn STSttT.
NORTH   VANCOUVRR, B. C.
Review ..1 tbt Several  Reports
I should like now  shoitlv    to
. \.inline tin reports thai li..\.
hern submitted n- v..u
Tin   first    li lllllt   < >illllll.ill    I"
till    tl poll''   is   tll.it    llolli    ..I    llll
engineiis eppeel In ba .1 'i^nl
l>.mli hi.nhi     Tin second, and
Ihls applies to tin   i*n*   i,p, -i
is that thi engineers are rntl •
lv    olil   ol   0lllll,   Hot   a,llll    ill.11
..mini;'    1 In It   instill, tlolis    |«l
making ll qvdti claal thai ihty
.ii. so doiag and patting lhi
mo; report   entlrelt    on   s*
snlt Whatever l.nilis 111 iv I.
lound in that repoi1, || || -|U|ti
io gathei tin intention ol
tin reporters
	
tit   Thompson's pip..ii
in  Hns report a com pari
is di.mn between lh« location
"i Seattle aad Norih Vancou
vn     Prnhablj   mosi  ,,i
know Seattle and n, i ' kii""
thai    while   lhe   sit I mav
SaillUVvll.lt     sjlllll.ll     |h       ,a,|i   a
son ends thin ud |)m i"ti'
begins
Tin maximum | redi at Inti 1
rctions that .  ild I
idopting iln- it p..!'   1
bl p.i   ..III     .all,    loot   lisi     it
cure daiulrull. stop [tiling hail
and SCalp It'll ill two weeks ot
liionev Lack      lt is p.n tu ul,nit
in demand Lv women ol refine
ineiii. wlm desire soft, hurari
allt hall, that tolilpels atllllira
Iioll I'ini- so 1 tills a larjte
bottli   hv    tin    l.otisd.ili    1 Mi.it
in.1. v .,1 direct, .ill charges pn
paid, iioin iin Canadian tank
its tin- r.iioiiv Illg Co . 1**1
Lin II nl
A Modern Range at a Modest Price
THE "CHANCELLOR"
li is made on the mosi up-to
■ Iin  plans mth spe, ml |ea<
lure points, om   ol uliuh  is
DIVIDED   1 I I'L*  STRIP
whuh iniiki-. baking » nnl
pl, .1  111 >•
This I* iiui   pri u nls the
possibility ..1 the bai k of
the   oven   Lein-;   hotter
than  tuns th.   door,
whkh   is   the tase   with
most ranut s
l.t t   us   .In.iv   ton  this  Llth
wrinkle.    It  don I   I nst  j*oa
am   inure   in   caah,   Lul   is
ninth much in result*
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
Phone 58. 133 Lonsdale Avenue
E. PALMER
MOM Mi HKtlk
COMTfcUCIOR
IIKSl   a.ll.
Phone 170
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PO Box M
Double Corner, LStli and Hendry Avenue, Size
inn \ 117 ieet. I'm1.* |]300, Terma|400cub,
balance 1300 in August, 8 ind 12 montha,
N/.e
sh. bal-
Double Cornerfitb and •*■  George Avenue.
100x1 in leel.   Price$4750.   Termi\
miiiv I in An-: then 6 raoe. Tin- ii 1 good buy,
Ktr-i Mreei. lot   LILT-'-': I.     I'riee $6000,    |2000
euh, bilmce 6, 12 ind l* monthi
hay *iU»Na
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SUBDIVISION OF BLOCK 6, DL. 273
ii Lots fronting on the "Boulevard Extension" ii
Chesterfield Avenue, Mahon Avenue
and Intersecting Streets.
Subdivision of Blocks 203 "A", 204, 204 "A", 213, 213 "A", 226 "A"
240 and 241. in District Lots 544 and 545, City of North Vancouver.
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Mahon, McFarland 6 Procter, Ltd.
Ply,,,,,, I'orner Pender and Seymour Streets Vincoutnr, B. C.
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lor llu   le.inis      He ItlUSt  have
again forgotten llial on 1 Lim
street lhe inlet seetioll is the
List plaee oil which lliev would
be permitted to hall, One can
fancy wlnn n would bc like In
Hastings slieel, Vaniouver,
weie a team to rest at the lool
ol iioiuei aa, Richards Btrceta
l 1,ni innl nolliing in this report
more than ,i special plea toi till
e.isv general method lo be vol.
eii into the .itv Lv ,1 bylaw
th   LL um ni appears to h.iv,
lull   ulightlv    Llml   lhe  . .pill
laaii evpiiss, al ill  the  I'io; lepol I
referring principally lo Improv
eineiils tu cat equipment, all "I
whiih wen in operation at lhi
ilaie ill ihal reporl
III    llalles' Repoi I
tii    Hanes siiupl)   concur*
wnh ilu- mo; upon as regard*
Leinhinj;   al  points where   eai
lines intersect, possiblj to en
able 1,ns to cross north ami
souih siieets williout being in -
elinetl. He also expresses Iiii
opinion thai the proposed in
1 lease iiti the grade "I Lotisilale
Lv benching Irom K.j to m.s is
not oi material Importance,
baaing ilns opinion apparently
on  the evidence in support  "!
the Seattle   Kleitlii   Co's appli*
cation for permission lo oper
ate electrii cars on a 11 pel
1 ent. mde, Wnh regard i"
the opinion that the Increase 11
grade is nol ol Importance i'*
shtutltl Le noted lhat il mean -
an increase oi steepness ol   JJ
per eelit. Allil lo lhe evi,Iiiui-
given   at   the   Seat lie     itiipin\
ih.ii   it is  apparent!) expari.,
atul ill anv ease il WOllld liu
relieve ihis council in ill" even'
of an accident lollowing an in
1 rease oi grade.
The hulk ol lln* 11 poll is   ic
eiipieil  in traversing the i-bjw
lions ol ihe officials ol iln-  l*
C, Klectric Kv, Lo. agaiust lhi
increase ol grades,
I should judge that none til
ilu- engineers  reporting    liave
hail     siillii iini     t'speiiiiiii     in
sireet railwai engineering to
fully realize the eflect 11   llwii
proposal    To increase tin  .il
leailv    sleep   grade l»l  Lolistiale
is iii tio wav instil.i'l Lv lhe
faet that iu other ciliesstirpei
gradea art. ol Beceasili. vi..rk
nl over The nii.i' lbi 'ti
1 tease ill the trallie i.u 01 Iv
make worse tin* ulii.i.'v ci :i
siileraLle   difficulliea  in   slreet
iar operation oil l.ollsd.iie ivelv
eflort should Le directed lo Jim
inishing, rather than Increas
iii);, lite risk attendant in . P
crating on smh ,1 heaw grade
I am
Vour obedient servant,
DONALD CAMERON.
Mr.  Henderson said he
imt heard thai there would
a 11 per cent, grade
\h Cameron saiil he had lah
en his figures irom Bngineel
Thomspn's report ami Bngineci
Hanes had adopled that repoi l
li was explained   ihal    Mi
Hanes' nport given pievioits lo
the report  oi the commission
was about  a   I0.J gTtde,
Mr   Henderson could not set
that   an im line plane could   In
brought  in conformity with  .1
level plane ,il  ,ui inti nm Holt
Engineer  Hanes, ukine,   Ut
Cameron's ligures stated that
taking a |o fool roadwa) oii
iross streets coming inlo .in s
pet  unl   -41.1111   'ail  l.oiisil.ile ave
nue as a straight grade  then
\\ ulliil lie ,1 illll, n lite I'l 0 Iii I
ttut 11 the   1 tll lis      Allow ill-; l"r
,1 double mi line occupying Jo
leet ol level I pan ou n nlle o!
the it'oss slleet ll would li ivi
six   leel    ul   .1   grade in iwelilv
leet or three Lit in un feel on
each side ol lhe i.n line or  a
iioin jo per cent.
Mr. Cameron believed lhat he
iiillld     develop    lilt      e.isl    alld
mst streets Into ihe H pi 1 cent
grade on l/msdali Av, In ,1
practical in.unn 1
\h Jackson saul lhat tlu
committee had In aril 1 v|« 11 .nl-
v iiu BUd he ihoUglll it w.is ,1
waste ol time lo 'lisiii.ss lln in
timer's opinion, .ni'i il was
conclusions   thej   a'crc   attct
ALL Sihult/ read extracts
Irulll Sir.niton's Icxl Looks 10
show that lhi inaxiiiiiini gradi
for earth roads sin,11M |„ ,,   pcf
cent, and for gra'. I -     n.i in 1
enn      intersei Iimi      hum ;     I e
ill,lit    with    sepal.I ", 1
Ur.    Henderson    umsideri-d
lhat     there    weii ,',     nm
1 nurses to pursue, , nli ,   '„ i,, li
or tlish the inn 1 e       'i    ],■'. iu
affirmed that lln  luili
wa--  sgainal   gnml  i-ngiiu 1 iig
practise      lie said the 111 il   m-
tliorities said J pel  eeill    nench
was  ilu- Iiiiiii   while tccordin
to Engineer  Cameron's report
there would  Le .iu X pel   "m
■ Mile to cross at lhe interact
lion ol Lousdale Ave. and  lhi
easl    ami    west    streets     »«,
Henderson claimed that il l.on- ^ ^ ^
ALL   Irwin  asked  lhe aide
men il thev woiiid agree  lo
committee that Ihey could not
agree to greater than 3 per
cent,
Mi.   Cameron stated lhat   s
j per cent, bench 1 etweeu   ist
and    ind  slreet   would  ine.in    a
in 73 pei  nut. grade and a 3
per cent,   would   mean  a   I0.3J
sd,lie     Ave.     was    lull, lml
lUUilil   mean   all   aveia"i       lidi
ior to per cent. t»l the       <""
Irom the waterfront lo Itfghtii
itreet,
Aid  Irwin w,innil i" know ii
an  main  thoroughfares should
lie made as easv as possiUe and
especially so uii i.n hm■ in rs
-.ml to saleti .nnl speed IL
suggested llial 11 lhc council
md a 1 <iiniii 1 ti 1 ...uM not arrivi
grade  at mtcrsct
per cent.  Liivin.
east     .ind
ill's
1  pn cent,
lions  ami
blocks    ou
streets
Aid. Smith s.ml lu woiilil n.i
agree to a greater grade lhan
1 pu unt. oii Lonsdale   ivi
ALI    UcNeish s.ud  lhat   tin
Iiest     advise   he   hail   olllUlUll!
ii   anv    conclusion   that    the vvas [01 a 1 pn mn   grade mil
maiter Le siiLiiiitiul to .1 pleh  l" agreed lo lhat,
ISlill     Olil     plaapaasltloll    llCiUg   "V    '        A L I.     I'llWllt     S,l|ll     ill,it    III      l'* ., **
pared Lv tin ratepayers and the m favor ol .1  1 1 gradt   11   in
allin Lv the council
Mi. .Lnksnii .unl Ui lliili
ihoughl thai iln delay was
li,iiiiiiiii  ami anothei difficult
was thai  lite only  vi.n  ll could
lie slllilllilttd  would le lile mm
report or straight grades   .nul
to  siiLiuit   anothei alternativi
H-oUld split   the vote   Wltll this
ill  view   Mr.    Jackson said     he
would  hesitate lo agree  lo  a
plebiscite at tins uin,   IL* slat
,,1  ihai   he  believed  lhat   the
committee    would    agree    t"
Lllllll   Lonsdale Ave   up In   1 tli
slleet    allil    adopt    a     sii.u  In
-rade to Mh street
Aid 1  lwin watititl lo know ll
ilu* committee would accipt   ,1
hall bettch that vi is ,il ,,ul  | -
per  uiu   at   tin   Intersections
ut si 1 lion "ii i.n Lm
Aid    Sa .lllll / s.llal Ile ..a'.',.', m.l
make a concession ..1 t per 11 Bl
A discussion was cult red   In
io between the aldirun b as to
the atilhgiilv ol lln 111.,.u lol
.a iraiuways as lo gradt s  ALI
Slllllll/   ipli,led    llllll  .i> Sal ill*!
Ihal he would not allot* 1
greater grade th.ni v; p.i.  mi
Car  lines.     The    inspii to, s  ,01
ihoiiti lo 1 vpuss ,in opini in
1,1  tins nature on the  mat let
u BS     i V illll   1 I 11 It l/eil.
Ui   Jackson said he bad   111
Icrviewcd   Ui   Bowser, ilu-  in
-pn lor'S    selilaal     ,|S   lo   Ills    all
iii,.illv i.. 1 (press an opinion.
Mr How su liati aiiswi inl lhat
In hail 110 sii.h .uilh..1111 ami
would see he would   not   tlo it
ami : per cent, on tlu east an.
insi street  between tin LL iks again,
Mi   Jackaon   stated   l"t'   tin     The i-ueslion ol tin  H  l    l\
R. changing its gradea and the
responsibility whiih would rest
on the iiiy  il it look this ini
liatlve iu changing the grades
was brought up*
The iiii solicitor's letter was
read    lo    the   elleit    that     .un
streei vtoik thai Interfered with
the compan) 's track the onus ol
expense was with tile eity,   lull
il the change ol grade was pei
inallellt   the  IL  C,   L'.leitlii   wele
required to change ii at   iheir
own expense.
Mr, Henderson said  iimt   he
was alraid thai llieir ellolls
would have io in abandoned as
theit mandate was [or a i per
, 1 ni grade ami the council 'lul
m.i appeal willing i" agree to
that.
Aid, UcNeish moved that tin
naum il accept the suggestii n 1 1
the iiI'lisini,nm . oi tin* rate
p.11,is i,,i a compromise "i 3
pa 1 u ni  bench,
Aid Hi L'ae seconded the Uio
iiiiii uu ihe understanding iha
tin  loiiiiiiillei  was 111 lavor   01
ihe  min commission ol  ,u in
eels'   report    Willi  the slight al
illation 01 1 pi 1 uin   instead
III   2  pel   uill.
ALI Inun ihinii|".n wanled
I., know il lhe loiniiiitlei u.a*
opp,,setl to a plebiscite on thi
iwo piopositioiis as before men
lioned Mr. Jackson .uisvnrt.1
that ihe committee had not re
liiini am smh Instructions
(toin ihe ratepayers to thai . 1
int Thev were sent to arrive
at some compromise
The motion was ilnn put
.uul lost with AM Ul Neish and
Uik.li     foi     .uul    Aid      lllllll.
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correspondingly more valuable—they are advanced in price. For instance, a stock opening at
so cents is put up to 751, to Si, to $1.50, and so on as thc demand increases,
This is where we diller Inun olher corporationi that have made an appeal lor public support. Our stoek went on the market originally at jo CENTS per share ami although a hundred ami one reasons have advanced themselves for tailing il arbitrarily, the UH'ti iu the pilothouse of illis corporation, desiring in give everybody an honest administration oi afiaira havt
sluhhoi illv refused to raise the shares   until   suih time as   the company   brings   in a big well
, and is a revenue-producer rather than a liionev-consumer.
So, il ihese securities wete worth 50 CENTS per share lour  months  ago   when  the   mill
panv  lirsl began operations, what are. thev   worth today, after Lie sensational wells have heen
brought in all around us, anil   wc have two holes in the grottd   OlM over l,uoo feet, the other over I,hoo feet .'   The olher  wells ahollt lis got iheir oil al (rom   ],000   to   _Vioo Uel,   or
thereabouts.   Think this over !
Vmi see, drilling an oil well is no kid's play, Il lakes motiev lols ol it. Wells mst lium
f}0,000 in some tlislriits to as high as Si,,0,1,00 in others. Hut the eosl ol an oil well is like a
drop in the bucket lu-sidc lhe vast returns onu vou gel a good well. It is the Uliceituinli as
lo the volume of oil voli get once voiu well is down thai adds spice and /est to the enterprise
ami makes it so fascinating. No one in the proven California oil /one ever misses oil, if thev
havi ihe Iunds to gel down to it,   Ilui here's tin iiiii
Although illis compan) is awa) past the stage where success is uncertain ii still needs
ihe motiev   nothing begets the confidence (and ilu- discount 1 wth the oil well suppl)   people
and others in the licld as a lal Lank account, and It is never wise lo Le without it.    Wliile we
have all the uioiiev required for preaent needs, this compaay has so much proven land thai
must Le drilled in stipulated lime in order to hold its leases, that it is raisin-; Iunds Irom the
sale ol ils lieasurv stock lor lilts purpose. We repeat : this btoch is being sohl al a sacrifice,
Righl this minute it should be selling at fl.50 per share, inst ad of 50 centn, ihe price asked
Look  at   this  TOBtet ol  assets 1
Lour choke leases, all oi whiih an- in the heart of ihe proven oil /one.
Two ol tin  leases, fort) aires e.uh, ate in the I.i nu ills Stltisct-Mariiopu   district      One   Ol
these Lasts the Ladv ol Washington is in lln* oil Midi lotlav; one well is down over l,lSoU
leet, another down over 1,90a    This vvill hold |o wells when drilled.
The other lease   loltv  .litis m lhe Sunset Maiimpa district, (orinerlv the Lmiia Yisla   has
two wells read] to produce oU,
This propert) was in litigation when we acquired it* All thai lhe wells hue 1 .t-itii. is
cleaning ont.  We should be producing and marketing oil hen  within the next lea Geeks This
propetiv is held oii an iti, ven lease, out sixth lovultv, to he taken out in oil It will hold
|o wells drilled up.
Now comes eight) .uns in North Uidwa) ami eight] seres in ItcKittrkh.   This iho acres
in hold on a hast having twetitv vears' duration, wiin Lm 11 one-eighth royally, lo be uken
mil in oil.   This trad will hold So wells when drilled,
Ditl vou evei sn anything like this in vour lid- .' This simk should Ik- Si jo a sliait before
volt know it '
We are making a special offer to thc Little Fellow: Here it is: One hundred shares and upward, par value $1. at fifty cents per share. 25 per cent,
(one-quarterl cash, balance in thirty, sixty and ninety days. This, you see, gives ever/one a chance to g«t in at the beginning, controlling 100 shares in a big corporation presided over bv such men as John N. Redmond. His Worship Mayor L* D. Taylor of Vancouver, and Nelson G Foster, for the meagre outlay of twelve
dollars and a half ($12 50).
1 This is good onlv lulv ist and Md, and to out-of-town iiivesl/irs sending in subscriptions
with Liiti poet-marked imt later than .lulv j.  Regulal terma,ludJ caah ; remainder m, no ami
t)o davs
The l.atlv Washington is now down over 1,900 leet with 0M
well, l,6oo leel with another, and should soon ,0111c in big
wells.
Iu view  ol the Lut that lhe laiuoiis   l.akeview  al  1,16]   lul
came in (louring jo.oou barred per day. tlu- L'.ssex at 1,430 leel
Rowing big oil, the Johnson at about   1,600 feet,   tin   Pacifu
Wnlwav al  1,650 Icct Sowing ,s,m.i Laiiels.  La  Itlain  al about
Int.  lln   Pulton at  ahollt  i:,,   Int.    Bowilg    Um lo Jtti
LatiiL, ih, \,w Cental al i.Moieel  Sowing   •..«. barrels,  tin
tlllst,ilnn at I,.'i«i leet Howine, ;.«. li.ttitls, and 1,tints accord
ingly, wlinli ne within a radii's ,,| one-eighth ol a mile lo .1
mile and a lull Imm lln  L.ulv Waahington,    iniiih   apeculatinU
haa been going on as to just what date,  whal depth, nul ilu
.    1 - magnitude ul tin production om mil will come m
Inn it si hai bean so been that .1 gueaaing contest ha-- been
arranged   Tin- prises to be awarded an
0NB THOUSAND 8HAEB8 ¥RKH  to the peraon who , 1
leitli  j'llessts the iniliiL.i  .i|   lunch,    lhe    I.udi    Muslim*
will SOU  mi  Hit  dale ol  lis l.iilh '
0NK THOUSAND silums FRBE   to   th.   peraon gn
iit.msi iiu- correct dale ou which this well coma in
onl: THOUSAND SHA1BS KEBH   t"  the pernon    •* we
nearest tin* depth ol the m'l on tha totti "I its Inception
. To quality for thia 1 nte.-,t   II guess ern must bold out hundred
shares oi more ol Canadian Sunsel < ul Co . I.id.
JOHN N. REDMOND, rPresident Royal Loan & Trust Co, Ltd.), President.
L. D. TAYLOR. (Mayor of Vancouver). Vice-President.
NELSON G FOSTER, (President Royal Business Exchange) Secretary-Treasurer.
OFFICES OPEN TILL 10 O'CLOCK SATURDAY EVENING
CANADIAN SUNSET OIL COMPANY, LIMITED
i
Royal Loan & Trust Co.f Ltd., fiscal MOTS
X 319 Pender St.. Suite 103-104 P'not.e 68-S2 Vancouver B. C
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THE I'.Xl'RESS. NORTH  VANCOUVER, !'■■ (\
THE EXPRESS
(.',,iiiiiiii '1 Min page i
CLASSIFIED  AL    COL1 MN! AX   , a, ., |     imhsTRY
locus i                            "ing      FOK Tll ' 1' SHOKl
:
... ,s lure of ll letil  deeping tai
,i   model   "i   whiih   is   now   in
Slime la,-, rt,   H * per Illii'.
l){*y riiU|   course oi eoiislrtictii n nl beat
m , .        lie,   iiaa v  rk   having beta   in
i I..nul loi ubout MX months pasl
.ami lhe completed car  vvill   La
FOR SALE in   n,nlm,       [oi    inspection nt
■■  tin* approai hin    Vancouvei i <
KOK   S VI,K    ' heap,   Sinj le hibitiun  wlnn  ,i will I.
-   logi iber played toi lhi   irsl Ume,   i' i
with ■        -in' I car i inliodii * in its design   i '.>
plcli     I-*:    particulars  apply *., (,,u ,,i,  j---|,, ■*., ments on   Uu
Vail      cl     IM finest   sleeping cat   at   i
in ii ic .nnl K 11* i    patent   In\>
a    |*l..i llinl    'II    all     le.nllii"
ii ', i.1*.    Saturil *      -niiiiii *, [oi 11 a* protcilinn  ul
n, si   , ihe rest lew c the  , oinpati'   • rigl
\    ||    Stevenson     ' otialion ■   trc now in   pro
Keith   road,   east   ol l,on dali     ri ts mith some nl ihe l< idin
mn      i nil   houst-hi hi    i . ii.in-i..miniin.i!   i,nlw.ns   [i i
UK llaa||, ,| 1  '      *|| illllling        .Hill        1 llllllll*;',      iln si
  on ilnn lines
a  idea a.i il.
activities n| tin* Imperi
LOUND
-.IIU'   I
0     Ml KNGLAND
Welcome Parlor
ll.l MS   It'll
HANBURY EVANS & CO.,
BAKERY
|,a,*;ll .\.J.*lll-l.*r Itl.l.l.** '-I M1?'
ICE CREAM
KOI mi      a„.   ;     ,    Vallev   Sliipbuildtni! and Drydotk Coi
i .„.,,. ,,.,, hl . poration mai * n * [nun
UIU  d    ."'a, I,-.  (Iwn    !"    '"", ,!l'"
,\   prt-ctin    mi    at   Us    i'l,r ttloBS ,k ' ,11,,*»<K !>««
;a;,*ss   oil,,,*  by :   | ";   'n.mul ,. lui. Is  ,|   pul
nlvl , lor and obst rvation cars, com
 . posiie ,imi coal eai     I. I. a
or and st
POB RENT ,,,    | „ rjnci i, md i oil i
,,.,.,,      ,    ,   ,,  . makers,   steel shipbuilders  and
|IIK'    "■"l   DVub»  ,,l,ll,l'; repairers, Lias-, and iron lound
room    win,   boanl   at *     p, ,,        ,,,,. iut..l    steel     I
week,    Apph   Mrs   |*,„1   hai builders, et.
Liiitl, opposite Mission   seho 1. .,.,                     ,
..   * .     '      , lhe   eolllp.illi    L.i*    pm,n **,,
Keith  l\.,.iil. '
  '.,i   acres   ol   lownslte
two milis ol vv.ileili* n
FUBH18HED K00M3 I   Scymoni Indian   re
servi   eastward and nori I
Furnished   Rooms  lo Li",   in  to th,  lerminus ol Keith road
nil modern house, situated   i n  ,,n ihe North Arm     Thi
" rnei ' ucei b     .u has Lue i   lhi
nd  Sixth Btreel purpose    ol   buildii
ue of the greatest  in
centres on  or  aboui    R
Inlet     So sale i i I"'    will Im
in*nh until the industrial work:
Editoi  I
]llH,  ; I  should esteem   ll
t w ill kindly bring
ln i|ir nl ihose min. i
L.(| through the medium ol youi
|,,||„*|     | j,  il      ill    1! ,1 'lllll IS   iai  SOUS
ul  England   nt  invited to join B.cad & Cakes, etc. in anv quantity
IU   ,,   |„a  *     ll    tin   III,ni: iniell's'
church parade in Vancouvei on
SUlld   l\     11*    ■'■     'Ul)      lOUl,    I'H    'ala
all ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
,"1 f*P»li»   '" Retail or in bulk, also Pnilk & Cream
;„* u,.|ii    1 hanking you in an
Vnurs trul;.        Ili.Jil.i;;.;    I'.-i    i       i.oo   pel
Ki ill.ihl C.   1 ..iw 1* i:* -,it 1,
S, ll   Lia'.al
i wanied        ;.;
.      I,   \  amoiite.    Board '"  '"''''
„l   School  lm*iei-* invii,    lell    Imlian ,      ]
a ctloa   a,i  new '   ''
in \aaiih |,onsdah   i en   Uuitei I  ; i h  I lb It i
ai.i 1 works .nul luatin,;'    -a   i.   Kane) Apr
:  .ii   ihe  ..Hue  oi  lien |   n        up ia
• II   ■*'.ni.nv, .'ml direct ,i initi.1
Sorth \ ancouver, not Lit i    mil
■ n   \L*ml.iv,   the  iKtll   dav
,,|   J.llv,  ,,1    1  o'clock  p.Ill .    '"1      | ||
...I        ,aa,l      ..„.l,.,.,,l       I'Ti,lllll'I'        III ,
polled ' nu   n<
In in * '
The..
Winner
of the kOOIINAY   *
KANGI on July Ist WM
Mrs. C. Olson,
Mnnilvvilllt-  .  .
HELP WANTED
•     ■    la llll'l       i*  I
It s, hool
i'i,ills mul  spei lln .it it ills   in. V ^_^m^m^—^——m_—_^
itained   at secretary's  „f.| Also Lanev I hoeolaies u,. n
U.WILI)    Janitor Iteuipor are completed,
[oi Sorth Vancouvei pui* N*i   location  ol lh ■*
'i".'l    Applit-ati *iis ti |   kochi    I'oin
in   In   isih inst   addn-sstd   lu
I',,.,     1    ,■..;.!.,            ,,*...            [I (! sill      [()|        IL,        illll*., tli..!,*   ,,,|1
1!,,\ rs.                              i | strui lion                     '*. n   «
nth   .is  railwav
K'AKTKD   lli.uti  I ui    .'
Kxpress Ollici      Applv in the opei
mm, inj   w'niL
prts ■' .1 Lt [t
tt.Wi L.n   I*,un pickers    I ually consti
K   Keene,  15th street east. "';''                  ,n  forceful   in
  dication   *     lhe   phein
LOOAIi ADS. .'■   Uld .11
  I    s,|,
oe! N, Lonsdah lualiti  01 1
  ruction
Elder Murray Co. I'm insurants i    ll.irrett   is
, HI ill ihe ollue 01 Ho] 1
,\ Barker, architects, t-m   lias
lilies  sunt   wist,   Vancouvei
I
l'i   It'll l.  lllll. I       IIU |,  a
h iiii hi~ inuii 1 .ini lifted the,
in- on ,1 ,h.11 ninl Bank ul Can
.1.1.1  io  ih.   amount  ol   i pei mmm
. 1 nt, ol liis ofler in.ule mii
ecrelary,      Smh   chequ
w ill In   returned to the unsu
.1   tenderers   within   L-n|
.iiiei contracts  havi
signed or bond obtained,
The sm,, 'ii.l   lender
have   io   conform t"   Cl iim
11H  .a the   Municipal   Clause*
Vet.
The lowest  "i   *ain   n ml 1  1
nil'* accepted 1
■
lil    a|  ,'   l B|]
uou [ni |
LiloM    lil)
III   In 1 in 1 v
IF vmi an dunking of buying i R«|e we
would ask rou to come in and we will sim--,
vou ihe KOOTENAY and lei you ibout hi
mod points	
timi.il!'-.-Ml. i.il'JIAM''..'.
paine & McMillan
llie I'lolleu I I,mlu,ue
North YatKollvi'1
Everubod)
U.      i ally
Pretty Effects
l»EABODY'H
ll.UI KOAD
KIM.
f £24
PEABODYS
UNION W
MADE   -
OVERALLS
IVi .■' I- I"" fry
jALn
.la nn, I
,        '     .a  ..'.  I  |||
|| |l„ I   llll   lllal    ll.'-l    '        "
l.li  'all*-.
SITUa.I    .        'v.1.11
'.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i-oinp.iiiv ilale .nnl  i
I,.nh Bookkeep«i   Scotch  d<       tn in i-il        their abili
sllis    MIU, 111' all I'aHI      U.ll   *   '  \ ,    ,'1 * ill'!.
I ii in im      Appl)   i-i. ia, successful coil
Province Ollice, Fourth itreet      suiniii
Know*      .^^^^^^^^_
■     ll .11
:'
\' ' 1 '
, a'ou I    .'  I
nol the i.      i'i'"!
exhibit.
■..:   ■ rjiilo
■pit ini! ii ' "ine
Ibrri'jiii Wall P«pcra
See IMa   S|K*oinl
New   Westminstei   L.tmi   Di
trict, district ol \,w \\a -....it.   COl-XI II   VXD COMMITTKI'
,„.,„,,,,,, f_6mt_ kaii, ro u.Iv'l.l; on ueadk
Toil l.tith ol Vancouver, B. C ,     SEI I Ll- MI-.NT'
occupation, i,imliii  Intends to 	
appl)   lot  permission  to  pur-        ' nntimicd nop  :
the    loll". U	
About ...in   Kowler, SchulU and HI «•-»,/».<*.    o    Kl^ll
wencinj at a post planted  ou **.,,, PlCl Ct   tf*   I Bull
the  northeast corner ol lol   .      ih, Worship ihen dcclai
to     I. II   I
ind t i
iiiiiii, , b i.ii -1
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  j I ■ 1
r Sl   A
■
-' _'.',i i
in    il, 12
nntl L
Stoney (& Co.
i. i
An.l I.-.
if
k_m a
GOODS
HANUf.MTU!ir.i
IN -* h
Qtm
I*,,,* ml) *   l:,iili..i.i   Kinir
ni
•40**
Inr »,il- Iir
CUMMINGtS
t,i nt's Qolhiag,       Kurnishings,       Men's,   Ladies', and
( hililn ns Boots .uul Shot
NKXT TO RUINS' HBAT MAKKKT
Lluni.   i
niii  Bo chains,
llllllll ,.a ill,llllS       lU
sha.r,    ..i    II..i .   Shot
Recreation Grounds
•_'|si Sin. • X, ril
1*1 .il Ur. n - .... I
I1!,   l.i.   I,    I.'   'I     •     I
Stand
111 Ind Mrerl
'I  "|H-fl;|l
i
II   I . -II Villi
.nun,,   ihat thi i "i"   •'■»■'■' "•
_
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^.i,n|.i.il.li io iiii i..uniil. '^^B
ihenci -'I'ii    ihon ..i Like in a     ,\li    Imm  ihen moved,
nollliw,   lim  illleition  In |.  in     ,..|il.* ..m
"I comniciiceiiKnt ried  that *     ]       ...,,...,,, "^"""""""i"
THOMAS TOD LE1TII      in III I llll 1111 IMU  ,.
Pn Willi in li.il-iil Duke,
V ent ||
Mill' | 'I"        "
——— ,   .nnl  lo l.n   lh.it    Le-|    _
\i w   \\i I and   In u
i,„ ■ i N, vv Weatmin       ill    lli mh rsoii It V
Lice lhat   l'i
\\ | SI 'i*    ol \ am uver,  11 j
i
!, ia, appl) [ol ptTUiii n 11  imnl ti,'
I * a        | a   I 1  ,   i , • '  1   *
Vld   Km  • ■  veil the
.i.niiniiiiiii;   it a post  plan11 I         i      V
,,ii ili,  southeast  torni r ol lol li  a _i ade    foi      '
lhi n ■   via ce on i nh Si
I,,  , ,i '   boundary  ol lot   5^1 acconl 11         1    judj un nt,
ih,,„,  ...mii s,                north Tin             - 1     a.'ii'lctl  In
boundary   ol l                 enci .
* UH ,lllell.
il.m nl li 'i.e north                       ——**———,—*
.  chain ,  thei '■             "
lo northi n I
1 i.iL  .iion                  A<£s>aO?
sholl       aal       !'
point of cointtn I	
'i M.' _\ Udk y^faaaaaaaaal
I'.i
ent
lum        M        III
NOTICE!
■   now   |.|.i,'u.illv   on  .1 i'ah  ha
phi   L-niblM ns lo |lw '.ur hi
*,   |, 1 ,, s gooda we li.i'e always bandied
.,,, .* - * . lhan i.m In obtained
. ■     loing a cn-ilit trade.
ir* .,„ nt: - aad compan qualit) and price
j. \. & m. McMillan
♦ I II111111) 11111 IHIIIIIIIIIII1IIH
We o|ier,ite tin only pad-
tied furniture and piano
moving van in llie eity. . .
N. V. Carlagt Co.
•  I .i.imI.iI.   4Vta
I'llllM III
notici;
WATER NOTICE
NOTICE
I p--1* ui Property, Bin bid   pace aad
Mai t"
INKSTER & WARD
111 VANCOUVER
TKXIlKKH WiV T1-:i)
I   ll'      "ll!> I ' -lU'      ""
loi thi '■ "i I'hilip Avi    in  a||   * lliP cilt
• fr  I"
trict   council   until   Thursdnv . ,:.   i*, 11;,
lulv   1 llli
A. 1 AMKKON
111,11
1 ll n in  Tliiii'-tliiv. -lulv
Tin
N WII
1     |,()|
I) 1
• 1 'inI■>■! 1 \i- |ilniis ami 1 --
timali - are Invited by the
dlV • olllieil fill-luiiiii ita lllll
iii Victoril iiiui Urand H<»u!-•-
vartl 1 ark- lo be lodged witli
tlm undersigned by ■*> p. in.
on Monday, ,lnlv IItli
THOS. SHEPHERD
OUy Clork
North Vancouver
Woodyard
Wrsuppb SI()V|V\()OI) any
lenitlll rei|liui'l.
K, in.-h Klli. UT* |«Tl".'d
(•„,,Kvood,$4.W pen onl
*i Di liver)
VANCOUVER
EXHIBITION
AUGUST ISA to iOtli, 1910
VANCOUVER
British   Columbia
$30,000
in Prizes and Premiums
Phoai 190
P, t) Hon 1;»'
ill] Ion run - from ill [mint*
nn ruilmiys iiiel bnsti
I   ihlbitl     *  ''I   .1-  Ha  l||llt    '.ll    I'llll'
irlltri lilies sill I"' ri'lmiiial lm .
■ ia noil i.iii-in.- sttrn a
S i* i-dlnn Eventi and  l'"i! Uhot
a ilm- "Fighting thf 11 nni
1** mi* 11 Wood
r!a*,iai im; Cm I ' :i-' sml
; ml   Iiiiiii   ("inti
EntrioH Close August lli
IVrlli Inf |*tur IW sml iiifnriimliini
1 ll, ROY,
\I.iii.i_, 1 urol Bet 0*1.in ,
V. hit  Kxliiliilii.il   \    **a 1.	

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