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VOLUME 8
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, JULY 16. 1909.
NUMBER >l
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(THE I.O.O.F.i
P.O. Bro. A. M. Russell, D.D.
.'. M. paid an oflicial visit to
lor-th Vancoaver lodge, No. 55,
I.O.O.F., on Thursday, the
15th inst., for tlu- purpose ol installing tin- olhccrs lor tin- ensuing term. He wa.s accompanied by the lollowing brethren
who assisted in the installation
ceremony: P.O. Bros. W. A
Johnston, Grand Treas. R. E
Thompson, Geo. Middli-miss, J.
McPherson and J. R. Ritchie,
N.G. of Vancouver lodge No. H.
North Vancouver lodge is ofli-
cered as lollows for the ensuing
terra;
P.G.—A. L. Clements
N.G.-Ed. Peers
V.G.-J. G. Kellcy
R.S.-Thos. S. Nve
F.S.-J. H. Pilling
Treas.—F. Farrow
Warden-A. T. Kennedy-
Can.—Robt. Innes
Chap— F. B. Cummer
R.S.S.-D. Lyons
L.S.S.-Win. Mitchell
RS.N.G.-W. J. Irwin
L.S.N.G.-J. B. Brown
R.S.V.G.-Ira Peers
L.S.V.G.—E. Groleau
I.G.—Richard Brerton
O.G.—Norman Kennedy.
ln response to a hearty and
unanimous vote of thanks, the
D.D.G.M. made some well chosen remarks, congratulating the
ollicers and members of the
lodge, not only upon the attendance which greeted him, but also upon the fact ol every olliccr,
both elective and appointed,presenting himsell lor installation.
The introduction ol Bro. Johnston, grand treasurer, was met
with hearty applause on the
part ol those present. The remarks oflcred by lum were of u
congratulatory character, and
Ix-spcaking for the lodge, under
ils present ollicers, a continuation of the prosperity which has
marked its path since the date
of institution. Other visiting
brethren being called u|hjii,spoke
encouragingly, making special
mention of the steady imrcasi'
in membership since the institution ol the lodge a little less
than a year since. Bro. Joseph
Ogle, a veteran Odd Fellow ol
50 years standing, in response to
the hearty reception which attended the announcement of his
name, entertained the brethren
with sonic observations which
were of a reminiscent and highly interesting character.
ROAD MAKING MACHINERY
The district road roller, having in tow the rock crusher,went
up Lonsdale avenue, bound lor
the quarry at Lynn Valley, on
Thursday afternoon. Some dif-
liculty Waii experienced in making the turn at (Queensbury ave.
A great deal ol speculation is
indulged in with relerence to the
practicability oi running these
heavy pieces of machinery over
the plank road to Lynn Vallcv
The underpinning of all the
bridge work has been sullicicnt-
ly strengthened for that purpose
but it was impossible lo
strengthen the roadway, and
what wilh inequalities 111 the
ground and weak spots iu the
stringers, etc., the experiment
is likely to play havoc with the
roadway. The crusher will Inset in operation at the quarry,
and the lirst piece ol roadwa\ to
receive attention will be Centre
road Jroui the Pipeline road to
the quarry, in order to give a
ready access to the source ol
supplies.
ington, tby whom it will be purchased at the close of lhe exposition, and set up in connection
with the University, Ior use in
the study of gas and its problems. An eflort is being made
to induce the dominion government to sel apart a portion ol
thc grant ol 515000 made-for establishing a gas experimental
station, toward demonstrating
the value of the new method invented by Mr. Thomas.
PRESBYTERIAN SOCIAL
Thc ice cream social aud handkerchief sale held in St. Andrew's Presbyterian church on
Tuesday evening, proved a most
delightful and successlul event.
Thc attendance was large and
the respective booths were freely patronized. The chair was
occupied by Rev. J. D. Gillam,
and the lollowing programme
was rendered: Organ solo, A.
Reilly; duett, Mrs. Fraser and
Miss Johnson; solo, Mr. McDonald; solo, Mrs. Simpson; recitation, Miss Minnie Hall; duet,
Messrs.   Hutdicson;   solo,   Mr.
Fanner; recitation, Mrs. Hall.
Thc financial results were satisfactory.
HON. DR. PUGSLEY'S VISIT
Mayor May and Aid. McNeish
from the city council; Reeve McNaught and Councillor Gordon,
from the district council; President I). G. Dick and Alexander
Philip Irom the board of trade,
were appointed a delegation by
the general committee, to meet
Hon. Wm. Pugsley, Immediately
upon his arrival in Vancouver,
and to arrange the date of his
visit to Nortli Vancouver. The
details of the reception were also left in their hands and will
be linallv arranged after consultation with the minister of public works.
WELCOME RESIDENT
Norinaii MacLean, recently of
Winnipeg, is building two residences on 6th street west, one
of which will be occupied by
himsell, and the other by lus
parents. Mr. MacLean was one
of the foremost curlers in the
prairie capital, having acted as
skip in all thc great boaepkls
of late years and having twice
succeeded in winning the grand
challenge   trophy,   the  coveted
prize for which teams journey
from Scotland, Irom the United
States and elsewhere, to have a
try.
1I0LLYBURN WHARF
Construction work 011 the new
whail at Ilollyburn has been
proceeding steadily. Cribbing
has Imu sunk and raiseil to Unrequired height for llooring, lor
about three-quarters ol the
length of the wharf. The outermost crib is now about ready lo
be sunk and when this is built
up tu the proper height, the
completion of thc wliarl will be
a matter ol a very short time.
The satire work will prob.iliK
be completed within two weeks.
SONG  SERVICE
A song service will bc rendered
at the Baptist church on Sunday evening. Among ihe selections given will be a solo by
Mrs. 1. M. Force ol Vancouver,
entitled "The Heavenly Song,"
by Hamilton Gray. Mrs. Banton and Cyphrian Stanovsky
will sing Tennyson's "Crossing
the Bar, and the choir will render Excell's l.i*,iiiiiiiii selection.
"His love can never Fail." Mr.
Bantun will deliver the sermon.
Thev are the kalsoininers.
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IMPRIMIS  GAS   PRODUCER
Walter Thomas, inventor o
the Imprimis gas producer Ior
lhe installation of which a loca
franchise has been granted, has
had a toinplcte plant installed
at tine A.-Y.-P, exposition where
it may bc seen in opeialion. Tin-
plant was installed at the ins
tance ol the University ol Wash-
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MAP ILLUSTRATING Till-; PROPOSED ROUTE OF Till-; YANCOUVER I NORTHERN RAILWAY, AND WHERE IT IS REPORTED THAT ENGINEERS ARE IN TIIK
FIELD SEARCHING FOR A FEASIBLE PASS INTO THE SQUAMISH VALLEY-
IT ALSO SHOWS TBE SEYMOUR CREEK, WHERE GOLD HAS BEEN DISCOVERED.
\ LOCAL MWrS
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Crawley 1 Reid.
>75 secures a 50 loot lot in tin
Nye subdivision.
Malcolm and Mrs. McMillan
returned today from tlnir bridal tour,
W. J. Allan of Victoria, was
a caller at this ollice on Thursday ol ihis week.
.lack Loutet has been appointed sole agent lor the Nye subdivision at North Lonsdale.
Thc district road roller Int-a
arrived and Lonsdale Norlh is
lo bc macadamized this suiumei
Raspberries, black, white ami
red currants lor sale. Apply:
A.E.Crickmay, 15th street east.
Mrs. A. .1. MacKay and Mis.
Wylie ol Vancouver, have gone
into camp loi lhe summer at
Capilano.
r. Chance, .is a BMeabsc oi
llarpur's orchestra, goes down
lo \ icloria today, to nil an engagement at government house,
lor Lieutenant Governor Duus-
rauir.
Roy   C.   Redding,   loi    SOW
years in the employ ol Mi I.i 1
nan, ItcFcelty & Co.,  Vancouver, has accepted the poslllon 1
head clerk with Paine At Alt .no
lan ol ilus city.
Magistrate Kealy imposed .1
line ol live dollars and costs upon John Farrel, ou Tuesday, loi
being drunk and disorderly, Mr
Parrel paid the shot and departed Ior Prince Rupert.
Charged with supplying li.|ti..i
to Indians, John Hughes appeared bclou- Magistrate Kealy,
Tuesday morning, and was limit
.ijoo alld costs, 01 ,11 default,
si'iiUiia'd to six months hard
labor.
Also the papcrhangcrs.
J. A. and Mrs. MiC.illuiu, ol
Beatrice, Nebraska, auoinpani-
cd by then son, A. R. McCal-
lum, are visiting Airs. McCal-
lum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Ogle, and her sislt-r, Mrs. Clements, mth street east.
They are tlic painters.
The Canada year liook l..i
l-yott is to hand limn the King's
printer at Ottawa. The book
contains the usual exhaust im
iiiiormatiou with relerence lo
the dominion, arranged in convenient lorm. Several additions have bun made,"whull increase the value ot the publication.
A garden parly will bl |ivaa
by the Ladies' Aid Soiittv ol
the Melhodtst ihurili, 011 the
tuning oi Thursday, July Had,
at the rcsldeiitc ol A B, and
Mrs. Cleiuelils, corner ol 10th
.niii    Knlgvvav An   extellellt
programme is being prepared,
and ice cream, etc. will be on
sale.
Sunday alternoon, I, S. II
I nm, a prominent barrister 0
Rossland, visited Nortli Valium
ver. He is one of llu leading
grand lodge olhciis 1,1 tin
Knights ol Pythias, and under
till- gill.l.ill. t ol 11 E Reid. ol
the local lodge, was taken up to
view the wonders antl grandeur
ol the I .ipil.'ti...
The local teleplioiu sin in ,,t
tlic present tune toinprisis 1 f)
pinnies. The average daily tails
number approximately 1000  An
additional Inn is aoa befog nm
lo Vancouver, and 1 h< i.il.l. 1..1
Lonsdale arrived this week In,111
England. The table will run
(rolll the Esplanade tn 1st 11
street, about -,000 (eel, and will
lolitain 100 pairs ol wires.
The Inst meeting ol the board
ol ilirtit.iis 1.1 North Y.ituouvcr
City Ferries, Lid., was held al
lhe ofliccs o| tin* tomp.uiv. Mon
.|.i\ afternoon W.m.i W, II.
May was appointed chairman;
lesse Williams, cue presi.I. lit
11. E. Kemp, set ni.iry -treasurer; and T. M. IL.inl. BHUUfel
T. W. Thomasson was appointed auditor The board .idjourned to Met on Friday.
Don'l you know C, & R..'
The   water   system is giving
great sallslactloii 111 the North
Lonsdale dislriel.
W. D. and   Mis    Madden,   of
li.iuson City, sptut Taaadaj m
this city, with Iruinls
The cariine is lihel) to be extended to St. .1.lines slreel,
through the Nye sulnli\isi*,ii.
The regular meeting ol the
district council will be held this
evening 111 the municipal hall.
J. A. McMillan wenl down lo
Seattle today lo enjoy a holiday
ol a week in visiting the exposition.
North Lonsdale is rapidly
coming into lavor as a residential settion. Pticee are remarkably low.
James Skidding and lamily
have removed from Vancouver
to this city and are residing on
■Mil street cast.
Uaiiutl. — By   steady   young
man, board .nni room arith private family. Address 114N .sel-
son streei, Vamouver.
W. G. Hansen, assay ci loi iln
Tvee-Swaviie mining ompany,
With Mis Hansen, lias rented
suite six 111 the Keith block.
Work on tin repairs lo lhc
Coquillalll  has  ken  proceeding
stt.ulilv ai Wallace shipyards,
and is now tearing completion.
Dr. and Mrs. Dyer relumed
lata lasl wcclt Irom llieir honeymoon trip and an now residing
111 then suite in Un Keith block.
\\.uilcd.-CI11I1I1 m's dressmaking. Plain sewing Layettes
liaiidniad- Apply Mi- Appleby, lllll Street, North Vancouver.
The Norih VaaCQOVel mountaineering 1 Inl, will take a lump
to .sivni.iui canyon and the
head waters ol Seymour creek,
oil Sunday.
\\. Rogers t.s impiovtiig steadily li.nii lhe gun wound 111 his
loot, received aboui two wnk,
ago, alld will l,e able lo resume
lus duties 111 a shoil tunc.
For Sale.-One i.mlrait 111 tin
l'atiiic Loan Society ol Yancouver. Has run almost three
years. Uill sell at io per cenl
tlial Wfl Apply ai Express
ollice.
The iitw usiiUuic ol T. Hutchison on Keith load wist, lacing Victoria path is jusi sbott
completed. Mr. Hutchison expects to move in uH-out August
1st.
Work 011 llit HcOoogall road,
through D. L. 202a is proceeding
rapidly, and the road to tin iitw
quarry oh the mum oi Centre
and Dtiiipsey loads will likewise
soon lie completed.
1'. IV Allan ol Rule, Isle oi
Wight, who leitiitlv it.nliul
V,um,imi on a irip, was 111.
gue.sl ol Reeve MiN.niglii, Tuts
da), liv wli,nu lu was shown
round tin .uv and district.
Mi    and   Mi-    Haldwin   have
recently joined the colon) al
campers on tin tvaterlroat, an.l
.11. Located at Lonsdah garden*.
Mrs. H.iial wm arrived u> the cit]
irom Bootlaad a lea days ago
The lirst unl.loin I ..it ..I inn
ilialldlsc   to   Ik   lilollgltt   direit
Iroiu the cast to North Valium
vii, is just  luiiig opened  an.l
pi,1.1.1  III ltOch  liv   Messrs,l'.lllla
I Mi Millan. This is i.iininiiiil
.il'lc itiltlplisc and disttvis si 1
cess.
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moils
have   secured
lhe
sole
rights
or Forty
Mill
llllk
Vu*
kon, on (lilin.in
s   pi
i.lll
ll.t't
able cofferdam and have located
a model in d,n K.n creek, by
me,ms oi which the construction
and  operation ol the d   can
be made clear to tll who mav
be interested.
Tin- iomi'i.iiii is "Vail in lorm
presenting a pointed an h lo thi
force oi the current,   when  in
place ..inl is in.i'h' "I sheet steel
Tll.'   lllll   A/i 'I 'lalll   is  .'| al'V    I |
leet inside, tnd is composed ol
two domes, an outer and an In
ner, the space intwei 11 being lilted with earth oi gravel    h rom
tin bottom ol the walls  spadi
shaped   slides   nm   downwards
and these are forced well .lown
into the creek bed bj means ol
rods running to the lop ol  thi
walls, their purpose Is ing to as
sist in making the daw watei
tight,   Once the dam is in placi
in the creek, the water is empli
ed therefrom bj an adaptation
ni the ordinary ciphon si si, --•
I pipe being run down - i
(rom tin dam to a point on t
level with iln bed ol the .ini*
within th. dam    Winn tn :
the seepage into the dam is dis
pose.I   ..I   l.l   .ll^'lllj;   .1   Well   hub
and adjusting the ciphon bv
means ol an ingenious devici
provided lor the purpose, so
ih.it  it  operates continuously
The spate oi river bed laid ball
by llu- dam is joo squari leel
giving loom for si\ or cighi
men
Connected uuh the dam is a
turbine, loi the opt ration "I an
endless chain ol buckeU, l.v
means oi which the sand is
hoisted oat oi tin* dam ami
damped into sluici host s, placed
upon stows moored to the sides
oi the d.un. This mil.me is an
extreme!) simple device and
nu) be described as ■ horizontal waterwheel It consists ol a
cylinder nude ol sheet iteel and
open at both ends. Prom thi
centre oi the cylinder t numbei
oi lunges ol sheet steel radiati
lo the tittuiiiletetiii .m.l run
through the i vliii.l, i   unin  end
to end ill a  spiral ...lll'si        Till
cylinder  operates   horizontally
"ii .i central sh,,it on ,, Iratn'i
vv..ik ttUcbed i" two floats,oni
on either thh oi the cylindei
Tin whole apparatus is m
at a point in tin stream when
the current is snflicicntl) rapid
ami tin Boats in regulated  tn
ih.it tin cylindei i.i thoul  om
hall  tnbmerged     Th.   currenl
running  through  the  cylindei
aad   along  tlu   ipiral   flangi
tatists tin cvlindel to turn,thus
generating tin powei     a cylin
der measuring 12 hv  lour leel
will  --cnii.it.   15  bom   powei
wlnn placed in ., current   runn
ill}; at   the rate ,,[ four miles pel
hour.
Another simple device lor hai
nessing tin stream is shown.loi
tin purpose ..I lilting out ..1 the
dam  .mv  huge boulders arith
which the operators may comi
IB    'a.lit,lit TlltS   ,l,||S|stS   sun
I'll ..I ,, box, built "ti 1 frame*
work between two floats Tin
box is tut,,1 uui, j,,,|,s ni e«ch
etui, ami wlnn tin devici is imt
in use. tin si gates an opened
allowing tin watei tu flow righl
through    ft hen it is dexireii t.*
ll'.lst     ,t     laOlllallt        thi      la.pl      rilllll
ing liom tin devici t** th*
is attached to the bouldei   thi
gates in iln boi in then closed
thus ofiering resistance to   thi
current, and the  tag   ol   tlu
nn hoists th. bouldei >.ni ,,1
the dam    The largest hot
thai art ordinarily nn 1 with in
placei mining   ran read I*
handled In tins simple uiai
This device is ..K.■   , . |
nn,ins ol .ui tncboi and 1 pullei
loi   moving the coflerdam  up-
■ iii when desired
ll ia undersi I thai Un pro
tnoten ol  Ihi  Seymoui
syndicate, now beiiig lormed loi
placei iiiinin-; havi been loves!
■gating  th bl   plant   „ni
there is 1 possibility ,,1 one hi
ing mst.iii.ai ihould the grounds
develop lavorabl).
DAIRY
NOKIII    .    a    a
VANCOUVER
Phone 126      Store 111 1st street east
WM. PHILIP, Prop.
As sai,an as iln* snow was sufficiently gone to make the claims
accessible ilus spring, 1 gang of
nun was senl up and has been
const,mill employed since that
time. At Un present time 1
tunnel is being driven in on the
ledge, The tunnel is now in a
distance ol sun leet and the
show ing is lully np to expei te
lions, lt is proposed to drive
ilns tunnel an additional one
hundred leet, and at the tame
uuh to run a sm.ml tunnel, at
point aboui 150 lact lowei
down the mountain, to the ore
mill, ami then 10 pnl la I raise
and stupe ihe on "in by means
( tin lower tunnel,
A   dist,Uiu   of   ab"llt   IOO   leel
WOUld  have  to  be driven  belore
he low« tunnel would tap the'Jan    -Poultry show
edge, and when tins is accom     •;)<*t<- o[ lectures will be pub
phsheil the right ol lhe proper   Hshed    as    arrangements    art
ins i" class as mines will  be made.
established beyond .ill question.    For terms and engagement 0
Mining men ol long experience, Hall, apply  to  W. I.. Keene
who have been upon the ground, 15th street, or phone 23.
imi hesitate to express  tin- =
opinion that the district at the
head oi Seymour creek is destined io develop some exceedingly valuable mines, and it is
declared that within live vears
North Vancouver will have    in
this district one ol the largest
and wealthiest mining sections
in the province,
JU5Q«TS
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(Jiiarantml Brut Quality Supplieo      [ „   f* »Wf ™* bua ;icm of Manufacturer*,
., I, r j ;..i„ J..11L Hiifi'ii'* Tn»nii olhcm wlm naUre the mlviHlul-
BveDlBgdtliven of day * milk        I f^f htrfog their HtMt burin*!?tnnacted
Cri'iim, butter, Wld IM OfHm IttppllM | hyl.ip-r.w.   ii..mln..ryqdviceiree.   I'liargr*
I nmletfl'e, Ourlnvpntor'i Advl«rr-<'ntHponr.'-
(jnriL HarionttUiitm, Kcg'd., N-w York l,ife
j Tl'*" Montreal'UtaWuhlfifftno  UC.U-AJ.
ARRANGK.MKNTvS  FOR   1909
Sept. 11   Exhibitioa,promeoade
concert in evwiing.
Sept. 13   Exhibition,   dance   in
evening.
Oct. 13—Dance
Dec. 1—Dance
1910
(or Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Hoot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hall
Tin* assessment rate lor Victoria lor lhe veal  Is j6', mills.
J. W. BALMAIN
a llll.   i:\iiinkku
I'limitiiv 'urn V'i- und ArehitMt
SORTH vtNini'VKK.
I OK Ml t
Mam or in.iiiiiii.   My Smith African
ii'iiT.111 bounty ..i.'i I'lTtitiiMii., Issued
liy llu- I'li'iiriiii'in a.a  tl,.. li,i,ri..r, m
i..11:1.1; 1 InrSaj tcfstol any DoffllB-
lull I.nnI open I a . otrv in lltarta, S.in-
Uii-lii tan, or Mauiloba,  Any penes
* igi * 1 1* v, ."•   M.111 U vva.iumi
-    nnl wilh Ilil. ei-rlili-
l'i.*   i,,ll" -Hi.', fsi.l.     U rile
.    Tl I.."lil'. 131   SI.liter
'       III, II   .trial
Board <>f Trade
Xorlh   Vancouver   Hoard   ol
Trade meets the third Tuesday
ol each tnoath, al I o'clock p.
111., in the board room, City-
Hall. Kxei ut tie meets the first
Tuesday of emh month. D. G.
Dick, 1'rcsident ; J, R J, Murrav, Secretary.
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
, mi * ran m
THE MlSSkS DAiVSOS
C.rinia uini ** ttl iiiiiI
M.ilernilv Niir»n«
Hums Slut Out on Application
I   *.    '..Ill-    lOpP     a't    III,'   II .ai.lt»l
*tr,*,l A H   Alelreit'. A»».
PHONE  69
Pioneer
Bakery
S. H. Walker,  -   Proprietor
1. (). (). F.
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
jj, meets every Thursday evening, corner Lonsdale avenue and
First street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting'brethren cordially invited to
attend. A. L. Clements, N.G.;
Thos. S. Nye, Rec.-sec; .1. H.
Pilling, Fiu.-sec.
60   YEARS-
EXPERIENCE
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EVERYBODY KNOWS HONEY IS SWEET
But everybody has not yet realized how different the house
would look by spending a little money on some of the WALL
PAPER or PAINT sold by STONEY & CO.
If in doubt, our expert advice on decoration or color is at
your service.
We tlo everything in the dtcoratin-; line, and we do it tight
kjtOIl©.y   (Qa   CO.,     117   Loasdtle  Avenue
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Aoti •• Exaoulor, Truitot, Liquidator  Rsoolvtrt and Anion..
Court Bonds l«cu<d
40
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INTEREST
Paid   on   dsfSSks,   riiiii|'.'Uiiiliil
bar litni-i. yearlt.
Po»» BooKt laauad
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lluN   l-'.H'ARTKK-rOTTiiN.CIiairiiiiiii uf Ki'-iiitiv-i-
K. J. P. GIBSON, Manaiter 1.0  * AINWHIIIIIT, M-.-r-.tary
tiraiiville- Iliil..innn  Hliirk, i-nriier  Knliwin anil (»ranville
P. 0. BosM PhaseM
Safety Deposit Boxes to kent. Safety Deposit Hoxes to Rent
Freeh bread daily delivered
io all parts of the city.
if) loaves lor ti
4 for lj cents.
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
iiioi
PAST
GRADECAKE
KV. KIT.
Thadi MAiwe
DfSIONS
COPVRIOHTS 4C.
AnroM i»n itln| a ikatrla. and dnerlptlr*!*, aar
qul,-klr ucsrtiln our opinion fr.e wli.ibw ao
ln..ntlon taproiablf i..t*nl.Ma. Caanimunloav
Han. Uriel If-nnn-iaiiilal. HANDBOOK on eu.nu
wit frea. Olai-.t M.iu r for .ncurinfpaiaa*a.
I'.t.iitl tUen tliruu.-h kui.u A Co. n
k, lolaotltr, without liUnu, lutlia
Scientific American.
A hantlBOraelT llluatrttml wwkly. Lnrui<st dr-
•ulaiion uf any •cltnilfli' }.<unmL Terma for
. ana-la. %-W 9 J99I, ffofnts pIV|«M. Hold t>|
ail Dewadfftlera.
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PIONEER BAKERY
mom 8        71 Lonsdale Ave
IE
Land Notice
New Westminstei Land D>-
trict. District oi two Wcsi-
minster.
Take notice that B. A. Has
well of Vancouver, 11. C, ocx-
pation broker, intends to app;,
for permission to purchase Hit
following described lands;—Second Gordon Pasha Lake. C0111-
ii^iicing at a post planted ^1
the south west corner ol limlrer
license 14768, thenee north 40
chaina, thence west Ho thains,
thaact south 80 chains more or
less to shore of lake, thence a-
long shore of lake to point of
commencement.
ELLIOT A. IIASWI'l.L
May 12th, 1909.
Call
and we will explain how lo
tool iiti ironing days.
Then   there   are  tti't.iin
leaUlles about our
ood
s;til street, cor  Lonsdale ave
#
•hlacksmitiiing
HORSES
STEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
ETC , F.Tf
HOT
POINT
ELECTRIC
IRON
we would like lo lell mil .ibolll
HRITISH COLUMBIA  KI.I'X-
tllC RAILWAV CO. LTD.
ATTENTION
Builders & Contractors
.iiiniii-r wil
• r
llllll ill
groceries
provisions
boots and shoes
geNts1 fOrNisH"Ncs
Tool Sharpening ,1 »prt#lti
WEDDING
RINGS
Dm
aim  i> to give  IStisfsi ti"ii
10 om i ttstomers.
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COURSK OP CONSTRUCTION
Wc can  handle as many more.     If you are thinking of  budding
set us and talk the matter over
CAMPBELL ii* MILLER
2i.*> Lonidale Ave. North Yancouver
'(iVVa/VW'^VVVWWW^*^1^***-*-**-**-**-**************
Cates' Wharf
Gel in
itonr.
M il I
never ba oheap*
mi the ground
now
Out ib bvi iv lie s tO all parti 111
tlir , uv. It vou have no lelt-
phom I'-.iv. v.ini inline and
mn .I. liven will tall
iiilll
r      ,vi     I
|l|  mnl   hniali
D0DD5 ie.
TY50N
norm voncouver ornce. 59 ions oifi: wxme i6
Mil     I vim  I'ra.l   Hi
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I eh plioin
Hlh Sl   .in.l
4'
1.011*1*1
Are boiiiiht for, but not by women, yet the fair m-x .ire often
consulted about tin- purchase,
or they should be. Wadding
liafl laiinut be lo.. KOod in
quality -they an nol everyday
pura bases Wc ban- them in
heavy solid fold, niMianteed
to last a load bl.'liim*. In
other styles ol rin^s we easily
take the lead is satiety, quality ami low prices, Bny your
|ewelry here and you will [et
tin- Lest value for v money,
GRASSIE & CO.
318 Cambie Street
ROOT OF ROGERS AVK
NOKTIl VANCOIIVER
Dockage for Steanien
Warehouse Accommodation for all pui poses
J>A\D, LIME, BRICK,  CEMtNF, ORAVIL
COAL and LUMBER
Goods delivered il desired. I'rompl service
APPLI IT OFFICE N UW
Or al Rooms 11 and  13,   Flack  Hlock,   Vancouver
PHONE 3099
MINING ON SEYMOVl
Tin H (' Ami ni..11 Mining \
lit velop111.11' Syndlcati si
ting in ihapi loi . xtin ive opei
ationb upon thi   Hank "I Van
r-itli.: lim*,
,,1 the Bead ol   iei moui creek
r
North Lonsdale
llir pri llie ■ pari
11
Nni tb
WstSI   and
Si r.
Bltctrii   1    III
Cai Bstension Promin d
Sulc   Aiient
50x13j feet KutH
$300
H75 cash, balance b,   11,   ll
ami 14 months.
I have one double corner lell,
Iti lag soiiiii, W50.
Aii lots arc iisy to clear.
Si hool to be built
KinK Street.
at once on
S* li el one now.      Then' IN
yi vet 10 pick from.
JACK LOUTET.
frr   the   Nye   Addition
21J L.tisdale Ave,      Telephone L
J
NORIH VANCOUVER fCRRI TIME TABLE
BTBAMBR BT. OBOROB
STK. NOKTIl VANCOl'VbR
Leave Van.      Leave N. Van.
Leave N. Van.      Leave Van.
•is.20 a.m.       "6.45 »ra-
•6.20 a.m.       '6.45 a.m.
!     7-30   "            7-5°   "
•7.20   "           #8.oo   "
|     I.30   "            8.50   "
8.20   "            8.50   "
9-15   "            945   '
9*30                945   '
10.15   "           io.45   '
10.15   "           10.45   "
11.15   "           "'45   "
1115   "           H-45   "
12.15 p.m.       12.45 P '"
12.15 pm.       12.45 p.m
1.15   "           1*45  "
1.15   "            '45   '
2.15   "            2-45   '
MS     "                       2-45     "
J.IJ   "            .V45   '
.VI5   "            345   '
4*IS   "             4*45   '
4*t5   "            4 45   '
l.tS   "            5-45
5*>5                5 45   '
L   a.       II
li.i 5   "             b.45
6*15   "            6.45   "
!     7.25   "           7-45  "
7.25   "            7-45   "
I.13   "           H.45  "
8.15   "            8.45   "
415   "           9*45   '
915   "            '145   '
10.15   "           i<).45   '
n.15   "           10.45   '
1 »ilis   "         *n-45   "
11.15   "          l20°
* Not on Sunday.
|      Tiun- Table subject to charge without notice. THE  EXPRESS, NOltTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
ORDINARY paints very soon discolor and fade. ML Pure
Paints withstand sun and weather
and stajr bright, because ML Pure
Paints, besides pure lead, pure zinc
and pure oil, contain a special
ingredient that makes them last
about twice as long... and better
protect any surface they cover,
indoors or out. Other makers
haven't found out yet just how to
use that ingredient in the right
quantity and the right way. If you
buy paint for real service... real
economy... real money's worth
then buy
ML
Pure Paints
THE KIND IT PAYS TO USE
made ar
The  Imperial  Varnish 6 Color Co.,
Limited, of Toronto
to, tSTABLISURD St YLAKS AGO
WT   Pure
MA-* paints
Made in ewrj desirable
color and for every ua
paint can serve, are (ut*
anlred to cover as well and
satisfy as wholly as any
paint sold in Ihe world. The
reliable store named here
sells these paints in any
standard quaitily, and will
readily inform yon upon any
painting question. See them
before yua bay much or little
paint for any parpoet.
NORTH VANCOUVER
HARDWARE CO., LTD
fr
Lumbermen from all parts ,.i
the United States, represent lnj;
interesls that control the entire
timber wealth of the country,
will coafNfatc at llie A.-Y.-P,
exposition from Holiday, .'uly
It) to Wednesday, duly JI.
The logging i laiflni, which
will be held in Seattle at that
time, is one of the greatest an
nual industrial congresses now
held ill tilt- lulled Slates. Hitherto these sessions have been
held in the cast. The iveslern
lumbermen consider this as the
most important event ami
known to Uie lumbering inter-1
ests of the Pacific coasl.
The meetings will be held in
the Hoo Hoo building which |
was built on the exposition |
grounds especially lor tills congn ■■ s. The structure waa put
up by a number of Seattle liuii-
iH-rtiiin at the cost of Jio,ooo.
Thc amount spent for entertainment, it is estimated, will bring
lhe cost to over S:,s,ooo.
The Hoo Hon building it sell
lus been designed as an exhibit
ol what the west call do in lumber All of the finishings are
ol the liiiest lumber whiih could
be pitked up oil lhe toast.    One
I'ooiii is tarnished in redwood
from Humboldt county in California, Another room is in
sprine ami the remainder ul the
building is in pitked Douglas In
The purpose of the lumbermen
of the state is to lainiliari/f Iln
usiiors with western timber. Il
is expected that it will do more
to advertise this great resource
ol tile nest  in-r the investors
ol the east than am other eiettt
Portland dav on Tui'sdav,.luli
10, will Ok- well attended. Tin
Portland commercial club at-
toinpaiued bv the Oregon jotirn
al carriers' band ol U piecta
will come in a body. There arc
already at the exposition a large
number ol Portland people, and
this crowd will join with lhc official delegation in making the
day a notable one.
Hlltte and Anaioiida will be
the centre of attrailinti on
T!,iirsilai, July 22. A special
train of eight sleepers, two
diners, an observation eat and
I baggage tar, will leave Untie
on the :.'th bearing a large delegation Irom Montana.
Thnrsdav will be Rcdincu's
d,iv. The parade will form at
the siidiu") in tlic morning
This dai lollowi the adjourn
adjo'irtunellt of the greal ii.iin
til at Tacoma.
A series ol aquatic  contests
will be held on, I,ake Union, between the (Jumault Indians under iheir graat thief Taholah
and thc King OcOfgl men Irom
V.un ouver Island. Indians [row
Oregon to Alaska are gathering
lor the great event. Pruhablv
the most txtlling lealure ol lite
entire pellonnaiiti- will be the
eight paddle whale rate in oii.iii
going canoes lully equipped
with whaling apparatus. lm
the purpose oi illustrating the
use oi the equipment a monstei
mechanical whale will be used,
lneasiuing .),*, leel in length. Tht
whale is equipped with a powai
boat engine aiid as soon as harpooned will lash the waters will
Us tail, spout waler like a gei
ser aiid stall oll at a in lillle
ilip, with the boat in tow. The
Indians will have their own vil-
ages oll the grounds, which alt
expected lo constitute au attraction worth seeing.
Wafer Notice
Esq.
The Corporation ol the Dis
tint ol Korth Vancoaver,
ALKX. PHILIP, C.M.C.
Waler Notice
NOTICK is hclcby given thai i
an Appliialioii will bc made uu
.1.1 Part V. ol "lhc Uaiti Act,
1909," lo oblain a litni.se in iln
Vaiicouvcr Division ol Nm
Westminster District.
The applitatil is lhe Corpora
lion ol the District ol North
Vaucouici
The name of the stream is
"The Sister Creek."
The point ol diiersioii is ii
D. I,. 1071.
The qu,iiniii ui water applied
lor is one cubic lool per second,
The thai at lit ol the proj
works is a Dam,  Intake   .nal
Waterworks system.
Tile Water is lo lie Used Willi
in the Disum oi North Vancou-
ver.
The water is to be   used   loi
domestic ami municipal purpos-
cs, subject lo existing ictonls.
Tito bound,11 Us ami ana u,
the Dislriel ol North Vautotivti
are set lorth ill lhc Idlers pat
t*nt ol Incorporation dated mu,
August, 1891, and published 1
the B. L. Gazelle, bul cxicplinc,
the area oi lhe Ciiy ol North
Vancouver .speiilicd in Schedule
11 of the North Vancouver Cit)
Incorporation Act Amendment
1907.
The approximate number ol
inhabitants of the   Disimt   al
praeeat la 2000.
This notice was posted oa Um
2nd day ol duly,   |.|"i,   and ap
plication will  be made  to   lh
Commissioner on the ud da) ...
August, 1909, al 11 o'll... ka in
The up,ni.ui proprietors 01
licensees who 01 whosi landi
arc likely lo be affected bj   thi
proposed woiks either above   Ol
below the outlet is W. J, hum,
NOTICE is hereby given thai
an Application will be made under Part V. ol "The Water Vl,
1409," to oblain a license in the
Vancoaver Division ol nea
Westminster Diatrict
The applicant is the Corpora
lion ol the District of MOtth
Vancouver.
The name ol the .stream is
"Thc Seymour River."
The poinl ol diversion is nc.u
lhc South boundary of D. I.. 82b
The quantity ol water applied
lor is six huiiiiieii and lilly culm
led per second.
Tbc character ot iha proposed
works  is  a Dam,   Intake   a'.u
ttalelworks system,
The water is to be used With-
ui the District oi .\orili \ a ic 1*
ver.
The 11.iter is to lie used lul
domestic and municipal purposes, subject lo existing rccortis.
llie boundaries   anil   alia   ol
ilic Diatrict ol North \ aacouvei
are set lorlh ill the lelleis pal
clli ol liitoipoiaiioii ila inl loll,
August,  I89I, alld publlsnt,.   ■
ilic li. t. Ga/.eiie, imt excepting
llie ana ol the Clly   ol   Norm
i ancouvei specihed iu tkhedalt
1, ol Un* Noi ill  \ allculiiii  Cil)
1 uui,pai,.ii,,11 .ui Amciiuiiiciii
1907.
ilie approximate number 01
iim,iiaiiauis oi im Diatrict at
present is 1 ..
ilus liotitc was poslul 011 lh,
J91I1.1.1) oi .inui, 1,.'!, ami ap
pill,iiinn will be made to un
Lommiaaioaer on the 3rd da) 01
August, 1909, at 11 o clotk,.i.m.
Tlic up.oi.oi proprietors 01
licensees who or whoai lands
are likely to tn afiected in   iii,
piopa.se.I woiks either above 01
below the outlet an Thu be}
lliour Iliall,.11  Kcscivc.
The Corporation oi iln Dis
trict ol North 1 aiuoiiw 1
AU'.A. PHILIP, 1...II.C
Water Notice
N'oTK h !.. in iiiit given 1 ba 1
an Applicatioa will be made un
iler Pari v. 01 ''Tin Watei hi I,
1909," to oblain a license in tin
\,ui. olivet    Division    ol     Nea
Westminstei District.
The applicant is the Corpora
tion ol iln* District   of   Jtortli
Vancouver.
Tin   11,ill,e   oi   the   stit .1111    is
'llie M.itkni   (.ink "
The point oi diversion  is  in
Lot 14, Block 11, D. li 1
The quantity of walei applied
for is two cubic feel per second,
The character ol the proposed
works is a Dam, Intake aud
Waterworks system.
The water is to be used iviih-
in the District of North Vancouver.
Thc water is to be used kr
domestic and municipal purposes, subject to existing records.
The boundaries and ana ol
the District ol Norlh Vancouvei
are sel forth in the letters patent oi Incorporation dated loth
August, lfiyi, and published in
lhe 1!. C. Giuc-Ue, bul excepting
tllc aiea ol the City ol Norlli
Vamouver specified iu Schedule
11 ol ihe Norih Vancouver Citj
Incorporation Aci Amendment
1907.
The approximate number yi
inhabitants ol the Dislriel al
presenl is 2000.
This uolice was posted on the
28th day ol June, 1909, aud application will be made to the
Commissioner on the 3rd day ol
Augusl, 1909, at II o'clock,a".m.
The riparian proprietors or
licensees who or whose lands
are likely to be allected by tin
proposed works are The estate
of the late Dr. Carroll, The
North Vancouver Brewery Company and Messrs. Lonsdale and
fell.
The Corporation of the Districi oi North Vancouver.
ALEX. PHILIP, C.M.C.
Water Notice
NOTICE is hereby given that
au Application will be made under Part V. oi "The Water A.l.
1909," to obtain a license in the
Vancouver Division of New
Westminster District.
The applicant is ihe Corpma
tion oi the District ol Norlh
Vancouver.
The name ol the stream is
"The Capilaiio kiver."
The point ol diversion Is the
old Capilano Dam in D. L. &7J.
Thc quantity oi water applied
for is sixty-eight cubic ieel per
second.
The character of the proposed
works is a Dam, Intake ,,n<!
Waterworks systein.
The water is to be used with
iu the District ol Norlh . aiuuu-
ver.
The water is to lie used ior
domestic and municipal purpos
es, subject to existing records.
The boundaries and area oi
lhe District of North \ aiuouvcr
are sel forth tu the letters patent ol [aculpotation dated Iota
August, 1891, alld published i:
lhe B. C. Qaaette, bul excepting
the area ol the City oi Nortli
Valiiouver s|>cillicd  ill Schedule
11 oi the North Vancouver City
Incorporation Act Amendment
1907.
The approximate number oi
liili.ibilaiits oi tllc Dislrnt at
present is 2000.
This notice was posied ,,n the
30th day of June, 1901., and ap-
plltatiun will bc made to the
Commissioner on the ud dav ol
August, 1909, at 11 o'clock,a.111.
The riparian proprietor! M
licensees who or whose lands
are likely to lie alletted by  tin-
proposed Hulks ate  ill.   I ill   i.l
Vancouver, The 11. C Licit 11.
Company and the Capilano Park
Company.
The Corporation ol the Dis
Iiiit ol North Valiiouver.
AI.KX. Pllli.II', CMC
Canyon View Hotel
CAIMI.A.NO
THE FINEST TOURIST RESORT ON THE
B C. COAST
AUTOMOBILE STAGE meets everj ...1 sl .nd of Keith
Road I.im, North Vsni ouvi 1
Kills t' 50 pit ,I,IV  ,111,1 lipi',,11-Is.
P. LARSON,
I'ioim. i.n
CANCELLOR
1
Uutgti
WANTED
Furnished and Unfurnished I Imi-. - (0 Brat in
Nurlh Vanoouver. Wa have, rented tl.e lut on
our list iind have Farther application!,
Send particulars ut onoa to
ALEXANDER SMITH ir CO.
Loti.-iliilc Avenue
Phonea—Office 2-1 Houae 22
(d) Tin- ipi.niiiiy oi watei
applied lor is .pi tuliit lui pi i
second.
l_e)   The character ol Um pro
posed works ls a .llllllltlp.il IV.,
lerworks supply.
(1) Thc pitiuists nu iv hit I,
the waler is lo be Usui is all
Ihal area included vvillun    tin
.Uuuicip.il limits oi un uty ...
North Vancouver, comprising
District Lots 544, 545, -,,•     ,,
54», 54y, 55", 55;, "a. -•;■'. -n.
273, und bib.
(g) The purposes lot wiittli
the water is to ba used ah do
Uicslic aud liiunnipal pui poses.
(h)   The houmi.it ifs aim area
ol lhe Municipality   ol  the tll)
oi Norih Vaacoavei is all thai
area set lorlh 111 Schedule 'It
ol the "Norlh Vancouver   litv
Incorporation  Act   Atinudniciii
Act 1-907."
(l) The appioMiiiaie number oi Inhabitants iu the Cit)
ol North Valiiouver is JaJOO.
(j) This uolice was posteii
on the 1 Jth day ol June, 1909,
attul appiliatl'.ll lllll be llia.l.   lo
the Commissioner   on   the   .>m
.1.11     aal    AllgllSl,     lyO-J.
(V.)    Thc names atul addresses
ol any ripariaa Proprietors  ..1
Licensees who ot ivlio.se lands
are likely lo be alletted   l.v iln
proposed iv.uks culm shove 01
I., low   llie (llll lei   Is     ill,   I..I
poratlon ol the Cit) >•! t encot]
in and the Corporation oi tin
District ol Nm Hi V.un..111.1
City oi N..11I1 Vaacoavei
THOMAS Mil llll Kl
City Clerk.
P.O. Address   Nm ib \ sncouvci
WATtR M'llCt
NOTICE is heiebi giun lli.il
an application will be made
under Part V. ol the "Watei
Act 1909" to obtain a hun . m
the Vancouver District ol Nm
Wesl minster, to tnke, diveil
convey and use water .111 Iln
City of North Vanioiivei
(a)     The name, addliss   am
occupation of the  applicant   Is
Tli" Corporation ol the I itv 1
North Vancouver."
(\>)    The name ol the strcun
Iron which the water is propo
ed to be delivered is the "Sei
moat River."
(c)    The point ol diversion is
about one-hall   mile   above   tin
in'.ikt ni the 1 uv oi Vaacoavei
and the elevation above Burr.ir.l
Inlet is 510 leet.
H til U SOIKI
NOTICE is herein givm ihi'
an applicatioa  mil  hi audi
timid Pail V oi iln "Watei
Ait 1909" lo oblain a license in
tin Valiiiiliul lllslll.t ol Nm
Wislltilllstel, lo i.iki, illv.lt
tottvey and use w.iln in il"
Uti a,1 North Vatnoiiiti
(a) The n.un., addtess   ami
..uiipatioti oi the applicant   1
The Corporation ul the Cm ol
North Vaiitoiiier."
(b) Thc 11,um ol 1:
from Whlih the iv.ili t 1. |aiup.is
ed to !><■ delivered is "Lyaa
Creek.''
(c) Thc point ol di
"alioul oue and one ipi.uiit nub *
above the Intake ol the City ol
North Vaacoaver. iiie elevation above Hurrard Inlet is 820
leet.
(d) lhe iptalitlty ol water
applied lol is 1; tllble leel )kt
second.
ve; The thai at lei ul lhc pro-
poseil works l.s a Municipal Watei Hoiks supply.
(Ij llit pteiiiiscs on which
llie wait 1 l.s lo lie Used ls all
llial alia llitludcd within the
.lluniilpal limits ol  tllc llty ol
.Notili   Vancoaver,   ^uprising
Kt LoU 544, 545, 540, 54,,
54*i VU, S9>i 53*i ibb, HJ', 274,
lli, and bib.
tgj lhc purposes lor which
the watt 1 ii lo be Used are do-
niestli ami 111u11ltlp.il purposes.
(h) I he boundaries alld area
ol lllc Municipality ul llie uiy
oi Norih Vaacoavei is all that
aita sel lorlh IU Schedule ' I.
oi ihe "North Vancouver  Clly
liiioipoiatii.n  Aa  Amendment
Act 1907."
(i) Un apptoxiinaic number ol Inhabitants in tlic   Uly
oi Nui th Vancoaver is ,1,500.
(j) This Nollie was posied
on lhe 15U1 day ol .lum, 1909,
ami applicatioa will be made to
the loiiiliilssioner oil the 3rd
dav ol August, 1909.
(k)     lhe 11.nnis and addresses
oi any up.,11.in proprietors or
licensees wlm, tu arhoot hunls
an likely in be elected by ihe
proposed a/orha either above or
I-. I' w Un- Ou'.-aI, ts lhe Cot-
p.'iaiioii 1.1 tin I ny ol North
v.uiiouiti ami th.* Proprietor!
111 and   ol   Diatrict   Lots   lolti,
.ml l.lt.J.
1 iti oi North \an,..in.1
THOMAS Slll-.l'lll'.b.)
City Clerk.
r 0 Aaiiiiess North \ .iiiioiivit
Land Notice
New    Westminster   I..md  Disum.  Disum ol N.w Westminster,
'lake BOtke that  \N 111 l.i III D.ll-
/.lel Duke ol  North  Vancouver,
occupation broker,intends to apply  lm  pit mission lo purchase
lhe  loll..win-; dcsitlbed  lands
Sii'ai   Lake (West  sliore).
Commencing at a post plant,.I
due west ol a  barren   link   70
-.ilil** "lit  in lhe iloiseslioe lake
>n a hitle ba] on tin west shore
ol  same   lake,   thence  west  40
ih.ims, thence s-.mh k.. chaiaa,
thence east 40 chaiaa more or
I.S.        la Ila,], *    I        1      kl*.        thl'tlaf
nm th aloaf shore oi lake   to
point ot ia.111111. iia fluent
WILLIAM DALZIJ.L D1KI
May 15th, 1909. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THK EXPRESS
Noktii VaMI or', n;. H   ( ■
Hats.
One yenr
Six IliaalllliS
Tliri-i* roontl
t'liiteil Stiiles
Ol MUM llll'll"* 1
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ADVERTISING  I; Mi .>
TllAV'«lKM     I'l-I'l 11      ll'll lill-l Ml M-
.'mi'i in- per im h each insertion,
Loans Nonas, Kn. |1,00 per inch pei
month.
Late am. Tnnai ii SoTII: -   M *l... -. ('•:
liii,I.ii., 17.60,
I.H.tl  An li;n>ls..    hr-l   MIMTtion    I1
ri'iiia pel Iin.   * *.* a* "ube**qu**l * ni.-r-
ti.aii, a.*   per line
IU.V|.|\ '   Ni" ' *   IS    I '" 11    NSWI   I    '.
earn- 10 emu iwrllin-est-h n*-,*ri  n,
i ijmui ■  a.*     rut atixi-i.  Iini,*-   i*
r»ii*i,*a| ai* cording to ipso, taken.
Allchsngetln i-utiirul sdrertiMmei ti
Dni.t bi mi lh. Iisadi ..I ih.. pricier
Wi*.lii*-.|.u tveningtoeniiirepiibliestioi
in lh. nest .-.ii,*.
('.*-*,
a si
Nuklll  \ A*
lt n 16,    a   i
PROGRESS nl BRIDGE
The uneasiness that t»'»s beginning i" manifest it tell in the
minds "i ratepayers and property owners, becalm ol seeming Inaction l.y represenlativi
bodies relative lo lollowing up
tin assurances, given bj Pn
unit AK Undi, .a tin opening ..i
Styiiioiti bridge, .is to lhc readiness ..i 'In government lo
consider an} leasibli proposition nn ilie i.uiv construction
o> Second S'arrows bridgi. lias
been allayed, lo a verj large
t mi iit. lav iiii.ins ol tin inform
ation ninth was iiii in.l as .i
result .,i ih, discussion ol tlu
in,uui .it tin meeting oi the
board "i trade last wni.
As llit   I'liiiilil   was tin   guest
ol tilt illstllit iiitlliill iipnn that
occasion, so that it was i.. that
i.o.lv tli,it thus, assurances were
pniii.i!.,   given, it w .. general
|\      l..l|Sl.l.'"l      thai      ll      Wa.Ulll     ia,
wisdom ] i.i ilu pari ol ..ti..i
pui.hi bodies lo refrain fr< u
anv definite action until thi
listriti council had been given
ample opportunity lo set oe
iimi ,, in..v.iiunl ti. bring ihi
(-Bastion lo miai .unl successful
issltt.        The   lapse   ..I   several
wuks having broughl no aa*
noun, inn nt "i .mv suih action
ilu growing uneasiness lound
i ipn -**i"ii in llu resolution ol
tin tttv council, asking tilt
hoard oi tradi to tab action,
.ind, in iln discussion oi the
question which snhnequentlj de
v.J..ptd ai .i in..ling oi tin I,it
.a,.|v called loi the parpi
Itv   tailing  lolth tin   anu..nil..
Iiunl win, li w.i** in.idi tip..n that
avion   bv    Rum    McNallght
ihrongk Uavor Uaj  ..nil l.v A
Philip t \l C   this move pro
in aiiti.i assistance i" thi
pui.li.
Iu choosing t.. f..innil.ni .in.l
in inaugural) tlnn policj ' in
camera," tin district council
have |.*ll..wii| ., method Hot
Iiiiiii it** adopti .1 i tho*
i.. .ins which lit-. from lim< i"
nun had occasion to tl. *i| mii
ilus importanl projwi bui ilnn
m.iv I,, reason*! wh; this w.i*.
tin wi'.i a,,ni , in •!.: instance
At anj i.ii.   il is grattlj-ing i"
know  that g I  tis,   li.,
in.id. ol tin* time .md that matters an proceeding lalistactori
lv    .iiul    ,,s   i,ip|.||v    ,,s   iiiinui
st,outs vuli permit it is understood tli.it iln districi i"iin
cil is in communication   with
tliosi i itv .nul rural niniiiiip.il
itns whose interest* would   h
..ii.itnl i.\ tin building ..i S"
ond   N. 111. i \\     '.i.i;..     with    ,,
vmi   1.1 in.hn in;- tlnui  t.   give
definite .issnr.iiia t as  to   wh.it
SOm "I ni'.iii v  Ihev  will i n.i.,iv
.*i '**   ei nrt hv  vol. a*l Mi. ii ii
splint ratepayer] toward tin*
mst .,i building iln
i..im. il i
i,ition wi'li |«i
I I       Villo   .III     11
view to securing like assurances
nl personal subscriptions,
it is generally agreed ih.it tin*
.iitii.ii oI the council is laid ,i-
long right lines* Negotiations
with relerence to the bridge
bavi now reached the stage
ninn   "money   talks."       Tin*
skiltlllsllllig  has  been  done,  llie
preliminaries have been disposed oi,and the way now In.-, open
io u,e heart oi tne problem,
iv..cii it i. tic.uly shown llial
Un nuts* itj ini/.cy can in
raised and bow a i.m ..c ra.sed,
Ui :. .i'i paiucs wiii in* lace to
lace Willi ll' one great alllicul-
' ,i iiiiii i problem presents,
.un, 'un, once suiniouni'.ii,
i\ni iui.in me construction ui
.in iiitlgc only ,t in.liter ol sin
uticiit nine lo actually ilo the
work.
li appears verj probable -
practically certain—mat belon
long .. Ueiegation win wend its
lu \ Kttiiia .uui wilt pre*
sua to uic government a usi o-
coninouuBg iininitipaiiui*'  ano
u.'liviiliials,     which,     Willi    Um
,:.■minion grant to the v. w * tv
i. kj. uia, wni provide   lhc
an.lit y nt. ts:.,iiy to build Ult
structure wtut un exception oi
.,    li  .s.li,ilie     tiilllllhUlloll     l.y
ii pri.vuiii.ii government. The
,. mon wu i itn bt as loilows.
ia i. ut, say, nn contributors
tsing liiiiiiitip.iiiues, companies i.iiiivniii.iis and uie gov-
iinn..in, wlm propose to put up
i,   .11   w Iiiiii  lo  build  Uic
ainlge.      lllc i-llisll   ,i is,  "Who
i.s lo own i'ii-  bridge: by
wii.ii means and uu wim basis
is Uils bridge '     be CO nn*llnl
i Inn  llitst ii.nsllniis   ile solveu,
'in   uini..    problem   rcaolves
..  li   ii. .    it   uperaiions oi
iligliiiu ,    allil   '.juililcls,      alia
Uiu    ttars    llolli    II..*    il.iv    oil
ni,i h ,i satislaclorj ,djustmcat
,i   .jutsiioiis  is reached,
. su tin bridge completed
iiu   i a. illit ultj has i. ng
a.n.i l  .tsuii bj  ihose who nave
been tii'-ti   lollowing ilu   pro-
,,i titlil^ illative    to    llu
VA
m  m   >••.•*•.•.•••••••»»•.••••••••••§••*•**'* \Tht
• ••••• ••»»»»» 11
! A Lot on 14th St. 1
Shtrwin-Williamt   Paintt   Cottr   tht   Etrlh
\fKA\r\
(CLOSE TO LONSDALE)
FACING SOUTH
With 2 Room House, $620
$500 Cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
ELDER   MURRAY   CO.
I'm.in .17, (ssea tumorso
riimif NM, VANmrvn
VV*'''!,','*,**,"?VvtT',-7tTs*VTT*l,T VVVtVVTTT VVTV*rvvv'»,V*aMa*'a'
THE LONSDALE PHARMACY
STI.IS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   TRICES    ...
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US A   TRIM-
NEXT ORDER.
ON   YOUR
PHONE 29
P. S. THOMAS, Phm. B.
DJttlGGISI
loA.»AA9094**+>yyy<*>*^
owigi, .imi tis magnitude is lul-
Ij i...li ed, bcveral allcrna-
uu pioposilions have been
. ,i*. joint board, .
. ■ .ii.i . commissioners, or a
•■ ;., *■ trualct * ind It may
In ihat iln provincial govern-
I
uu . -.'ii; i*. lound pi i md to
in.,it* ,,ii appropriation oat  oi
the , mi     -.nls nn  assisting
he building d Um bridgi  upon
oi,   siun basis, but hitherto
thi probability  in  tins direc-
u ,n nan  in.l lncii considered
hopeful,     However,   lhc
. s  iein.iiLs al Seymour
in Ige, appeared lo give ground
i    COW lltsloll   that   "lite  ill
ite .shape, lhc pr." a would
not be allowed to fail ncithci
nrould .any lengthened del i he
all .v ed to intervene, bat
some - ilutitm would be loumi
reasonable ume*
* thi tii.ii.itUi oi Secoad
Narrows bridgi li reiognised aa
,,i   undertaking ol  paramount
name in tlu- |iuiiiu later-
lM,l . i pnUfa will, in tin
ll a al roadeal scan il lhc
■, . all difficulties will be
i ji,.I to diaappear, and .hen
. J] i„ given  ui  another  de-
•i.tiiain ol tin ecetiracj nl
.  .1    time    li mored   nmxin
:,* Lheri s ,i will, there's „
IVi v . 	
I* ,|| HNS VS. LAWYERS
Tlu   .. I.line -cll.il'ilslv ol  the
lepi... nt "la.iis oi lawyers aad
ol newspapers, has been the iub-
jett ..I a lively ult ol late,  in
il Washington   in the
iie Stluvili laveetige
tion aiia.i,   ii,,*  Washington legislature, Attonej Geoeral Bell
indulged in a captious comment
a ipapei reliability, by re-
tnarking to thi attorney l< i tie
■ i    When i"» are "id"*
you will learn not to place much III  V
depeadencc on newspapers." The
Seattle    Post-Intelligencer    entered the lists to ch.iuipion tht
newspapers and hands out editorially, tins somewhat trenchant rejoinder.    "It is not said
Koldingly,  but   newspapers,  as
a rule, are nmre reliable   than
lawyers, certainly more so than
Israel or Hell.    Thev make fewer mistakes than lawyers. They
will coma aeam getting   Un
(acts in a given case,  and   in
gathering and present nig   ihose
facts; having an unbiased publii
bn' c'ienl, thev will pav a nicer
respett to sound  moral  principles than the lamer who starts
out to prove or disprove a thing
The constant edort in reputable
newspaper establishments  _\  to
guard  against  error  and to a-
void practicing deception in any
form,intentional or unintentional, upon the reading public. The
onscientious   newspaper    unit
gois through  life  harassed   by
the (ear of errors, and the possibility oi practicing Innocently
some hurtful deception upon the
public.     And too olten his   reward is public ingratitude .unl
the kind  of sneering,  senseless
criticism voiced by Mr. Hell
Maniifticttiitr
^^^^1      of
... kin*!* ol Misaioti tint Atitiqiie iurni-
tare, Store, (Mas, Bank sad Bet Fix-
tales.   i:.*i*K.r;iiK in all it. Iir.nrh.i.
lit Third Sl.W., But. Chnlt-rll-lil ind U.n.d.1-
Opp,.l|-f .vl]
M ill.liRtiKKSgiv.il |innii|itntfiitiiaii
Preserving
Fruits
Of all kinds are now being received.
Buy early to ensure a supply.
Bael makes of
PRESERVING
SEALERS
Tht    Shtrwin-W illiams   Paintt    Cottr   ths    Earth
and   accessories
stock.
always   in
All lun-s of groceries lor the
In st family trade at  righl
pun***.
C.R.HICKtUN
Lonsdale Ave imu! DO* st
BEDTIME
-SI I 01 H
WINDOW
Brass Bedstead;
tattlM juRt rvft'ivi'il iliritt from Imlnry in lb*' »Rfl
tlninliep rit prion tliut t'Mii't U* bent
Iron Bedsteads
Tliev tr.
Ask d.r our
All Cotton lelt  M.illn-ss
We nrt- Ag.-iit. I'ir tli. Kuniini.
Restmore Mattress
Wt- else hees»numix-r nl
Seagrass and Rattan Chairs
SiuUlil. d.r Ver.n.l. or LMa| U'»>m
CASH 08 I RUM I
CASH OR CRI 1X1
rm: iiimn Muiii imm: HiiiiMiiiis tyaw
New Arrival*
IN -
SLITS
MONEY MARER5
so root LOT
all cleared and dose to Loaadak cariine,    liyi
S75 t.isli     H.il,nice Sio per motilli.    No inte.rest.
DOUBLE CORNER CLOSE TO BOULEVARD
all cleared,   iou by 117.   fljoo,   i-.t t.ish   llal-
,unc b, )2 ,unl iH lniititlis.
CAPILANO ACREAGE
hi acres near ac« hotel.    Ign pel .ure.    i-i
Caah, balance 6 .md i: months,
. THIS IS A SNAP	
•XI
\, INDIIW
si-:!-; |
They are navy blue nnd black
serge, (.uiu worsted .unl tweed,
Some ol iinin have iln- tnl) on
sleeve, long lapel, varsit) trousers, in lact, .i strittlv np-to .liii
slllt   that   iv,is bought  to sell ,it
Sis .unl Mi), going lor
$9.25
vvliilt' tlui List, nnd llinl won't
C. E. LAWSON
Keai list.ttr Specialist
I s l.ini-*iUle Ave.
Phone 7"
1 SHAW'S
a
0
CUMMINGS
i,. nts Clothing. Furnishings, Men's,   Ladies, anal
Children's Hnols and Sli'.rs.
NEXT TO BURNS1 HEAT MARKET
PIONEER DRY GOODS, _
Gei.l' Furnishing and Fancy •
Store.  Cor. 2nd & Lonsdale   »
You Cannot Do Better j
in Vancouver
si, s.ivc time nnd money by hupectlng out stink, per
sull.illv si-lftt.d liv Mrs. Sh.iw. We Ii.n I rediiie.l
in,,nv lines I" mst price, in Older to in,ike KOtB lm
,,ui  Iall stotk, and in lonseipii'iitf ol the laic summer.
Give ns n call.
DRESSMAKING OV THE PREMIUM. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
CYCLORAMA Or BEAUTY
ol iill tin- element! whiih go
to control tin- allocation ol population, in B »e* lounliv, tin*
foremost place must in- accord
ed to transport,iiimi. The agricultural valley which enjoys
fairly good facilities lm reach
lag thf market, is populated
and cultivated much earlier than
the valley remote Irom those
facilities, notwithstanding the
fact tlmt tin- latter ma) offer
larger area and richer sou. This
is even nmre forcibly tine   willi
reference to the founding ol a
commercial or a reaidentill cen
trc ol population,    In the days
when both the north and lhe
south shores oi Hurrard Inlet
were covered with "forest primeval," had tlu- relative liurits ol
the two locations been larclulh
investigated by a competent and
impartial tribunal, the min In
sion would bale been found unavoidable, thai tin- north shore
constituted in itsell and In its
environs, a better lownsitc than
the souUi shore. Transportation
facilities, however, came to lllc
south shore alld turned tin* si.iK
decisively in its lavor, with the
relutive results which are ap-
.parent today.
The superlative need ul  the
north shore at the presenl lime,
is transportation lacilitiee.
Tr.iiisconiiiient.il lacilitiee, to
call into activity all the incomputable possibilities ol ber unequalled waterfront on tin
greatest harbor on the Pacific
coast, .md t" make ber .1 great
commercial, manufacturing and
shipping centre.
Transport,amn    l.uilitiis "I
the best, to bring her in closer
NORTH VANCOUVER MOUNTAINS
ance to the rapid incoming ol
population,
.Mmli has already lieen accomplished in this direction. An enterprising puliii upon lhe part
1,1 the muiiicipalily Irom ,111
tarty date ol its exisleiue   has
resulted in the construction of
many miles of trunk mads, Intersecting the dislriel in all its
111,iin divisions, and likewise in
,1 l.uge mileage in branch roads,
which will doubtless mark the
future policy ol the municipality. The provincial government
has lately manifested u gratifying readiness to expend a
reasonable proportion of public
moneys within the district, scleral miles ol trunk road having
been built ili'the eastern portion
and some eight miles now bung
in course of construction in Capilano district. Satisfactory assurances have been received that
extensive operations in road
building may be anticipated in
the future, fruin llie same sourie
North Vancouver has lieen fa-
vured far beyond that which is
usual in cities of like si/e and
age, in the (acl that from a verv
early period, the convenience
and advantages ol an electric
tram system were accorded lur
This sv.stein under the enterprising policy ol the B, C. I-.Tcittii
Railway Co., Ltil., already
reaches the iitv boundaries from
the waterfront in three din-i-
tions, nurth, east and wesl The
line is now lieing extended sonic
luu aiid iine-hall miles in an
easterly direction through Linn
valley, and lurtlier extensions in
a northerly direction and also in
a westerly direction through
Capilano are pending.
The better opening up ol this
latter district is particularly desirable,  became of Iti atti.n
lions for tourist traffic and In -
cause of its value as a pleasure
resort Ior the many thousands
who are already at hand, and
whose numbers are increasing
by leaps and Iwunds, who delight in a sujourii oi a lew hours
ui  a lew davs in the midst   ol
mountain grandeur, as a relief
Irom the conventionalities ol
city life or the cales ul business.
For scenic grandeur the Capilano valley with its awe inspiring
canyons, its turbulent mountain
stream aiid its mmm.Hiding
mountain heights surpasses anv
similar resort on llu- Pacific
coast, Irom .Mexico to Alaska
Fresh evidence ol this tail was
adduced within the pasl two
weeks and Imm a sulirce ul exceptional authority The field
manager of one of the leading
advertising agencies mi the
coasl, a concern that lor the
pasl lifteen nal-* has dcvoU'd
lis energies lu exploiting the
advantages and attractions ol
from a tourist standpoint, conducting excursions, directing
tourists and tourist parlies,pre-
paring and circulating pamphlets, and disseminating inform^
tion throughout the travelling
world—the man who lor many
fears ha-- been the field tnfiaager
of this cotnern, wa-* in.bind In
a timely suggestion, to s|H-lnl a
week end   at   Capilano,   instead
ui ,u another polnl where hv
had Intended going,   The result
was a complete revelatiali   and
asiuiiislimi-nt lu one wlm
thought himsell thoroughly familiar with every sunn feature
ol the l'acilic slope, al all
Worthy of note, lie found himsell al a loss lur words in which
to express his ailmiratiun ul llu-
l.e.uitv uf Capilano lanvuiis.aiid
waxed elilbusiastii over the undeveloped possibilities ul tne
valley and its emlusing mount-
liioiintain stream. On ibe other
hand, within practically the
same radius, the mountain
climber may iind himself at thc
base in the mighty mountains,
among whose accessible elevations mav be mentioned Grouse
mountain 4-.S" heti Mount
Crown $200 leel. The Liuns h-,00
leel anil Go,it IliullUtaill 4J00
leet. The iiilurama which extends itself In-fore the visi.m
from Crown mountain is said to
npiesimt a radius toward the
west ui approximately 150 miles
comprising Hurrard Inlet, the
cities ul North Vancouver and
Yancouver, Fraser river, Gulf of
Gocigia, Yancouver Island and
tbe boundless expanse of the
great Pacific.
Not alone from its unmatched scenic leatures, but likewise
lor its residential advantages,
Capilano possesses qualities
which must place it in the lore-
most rank . Already its areas
of acreuge are giving place to
subdivisions upon a reduced
scale, and lots ure commanding
prices that represent larg-e values, giving fair indication oi thc
steady upward tendency in this
particular, ol the superb residential locations with which the
district abounds. Waterfront
property is conspicuous for its
attractions to the investor, and
notwithstanding the eight miles
of foreshore ivhiih the dlstricl
boasts from Kagle harbor on
the west, to the First Narrows
on the east, llu- probabilities
are lhat the day is not lar distant when the entire frontage
will be in the hands of owners
who wish to retain the property
 r	
MOI'NTAIN CLIMBING    GRO'JSE ANI) ClUiWN.
contact with those communities
whiih are adjacent to her borders. As ii residential cilv North
Vancouver has been seriousl* n
tarded and thousands ol residents whu um* tavorably im
pressed with this city are HOW
residing in the suburban sections
across the Inlet, simply because
thc facilities for travelling to
and (ro were considered unsatis-
factoli    a state of allairs whiih
fortunately no longer exists, so
far as the iitv is concerned.
The opening up oi ways ol
ready access lu all parts ol tin-
district within Itsell is likewise
a matter ol paramount Import
giving settlers an ess lo their
property for building purposes,
Nmi Ibat the dislrnl is in pus-
scssiun ul I modern road 111,1k
ing iilaiit of large capacity. il
mav In expelled Unit the roads
throughout   the   dislriit     will
rapidly be Improved and extended, i" the great benefit  ol  tha
property owners and residents.
An outstanding feature of these
mads is seen   in   the  excellent
steel   bridges  wlinli   have   been
built over the Lynn and the
Seymour by the district, a new
departure in muniiipal road
building, in which N..11I1 Yan-
Couver has taken the lead   and
SECOND CANYON". CAI'ILANO
CAI'ILANO CAN \ ON-SHOWING FLUME
ains as att atlt.ii I loll lor tourists
in poinl 01 but. Korth Van
couver has within a radius of
seven miles ol the lerrv landing,
no lewer.than eight canyons,
i.n.h showing marked individuality, .unl displaying beautiea
all its own, as the Iron ning
ihasm of the Cypress, the milder sunlit fastnesses oi the Lvnn
and the Seytnotti. and ths iw
inspiring heights ol tin Capilano,   whuse   lowering   I lllis   rise
liom :.... to Joo bei above tin
hurrying walus ol this tjpical
I..i ).. f.unal ...iiipaiiiA Capilano dlstricl, however, abounds
in ihoni location! (or home
building, ,m\ OW ol which 10111-
mands an iinobstriuinl view,
and delightful siirruundings.and
with the establishment ul rapid
transportation facilities - the
importance ul whnh has already
In-en noted—b\ means ul tralll-
litn to Nurth Yancouver, or dire. 1 communication b\ meant ul
a second lerry, with Yancouver
is destined to become one ol the
lainsi residential sectiotl tributary lo Burrard Inlet. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Aldermen McRae, McNeish,
Voting, Dich ,md Braim arm
present, and Mayor Ma} presided, at iln- tin council meeting,
Monday evening.
A letter iv,i*. read liom the
chiel commissioner oi lauds and
works, at Victoria, and Irom
the department ol marine .unl
lishcries ,ii Ottawa,to ilif ellect
that the request ol the count tl
i.'i ,i grant lor a bin level ruad-
w,iv in lionl ol lhe Indian restive, had beea rcterrcd to the
propel authority,
k. w. Hodgson, live stock
toiiiiiii-asioiiti, wrote to the el
iiti that tin department   has
secured lhe serines al Major
Junes   Shepherd, an eminent
authority on roail tanking, lor
a series ol lectures in tht' pro-
iinee during the auluiini, aad
asking il loiiuul wished to secure a date. Clerk lo write
and lix dale lor a lecture.
lhe Kinploycrs' Liability Co.
wrote, in repiy with respect to
injuries sustained by Airs. Anderson oii the Ierry, to Uw ettect
that they h,ul been eadeavorug
to adjusl the damages uilh .in
Anderson, but had not been stit-
tessllll. They were quite pre-
pared lo take the mailer Dp
with .Mr. Anderson's solicitor;*,
and advised council lo notilv
the solicitors thai the nuUir
will receive attention. Thf
clerk was so instructed.
A. I'i. Anders, acting secretary
ol the board ol trade, forward-
ed (our ciiiiiiiiinitations. The
lirst, with reference to the placing of seats along Lonsdale sve.
was tabled; the second, request-
mg information ns to what had
been dune wilh reference lo arrangements ior freighting cars
,nloss the Inlet; lhe third, i.i.g-
fCSting thai   all   public   bodies
work in conjunction m tin- matter oi ,, reception to Hon w tn,
1'ugslt'i; and the lourth, enclosing topi ol resolution passed
with rclcriiiu to co-operation
in bridge matters, was received
and liled in turn
Thomas A Martin wrote,coin-
pUiaiag   ol  a  nillsalitc   tre,lied
by stagnant ditch arata at the
toner ot i|th street and St.
George'i ave. .Mr. Martia and
K   I-i. Uacaaghtea spoke upon
the matter,and the (flgineei u.is
instructed 1.. I,ike whatever ,n-
llon he mighl lillil m-tissarv
Sl Andrew s choir wrote, in
npl,illation ni tin* |,H,,tmn ol
their tooth al Victoria park on
Dominion Dai, thai thev
tli.ittjjlit   thei    inn*   on lhe ,ni-
joining lot, ami regretting that
tlui had inadvertent!} trespassed upon the street; bled and
ilu mailer dropped,
.lohn (.'hinrs wnte, amhing
.ippliiation [or sppoiatmeal as
caretatkei ..i cH) parks, should
--mii an ..ilu, in* created; liled
lor nn time
Hra W Hogg wrote, protesting against the llljustlte ,,! al-
lowing outside parties lo I,...it,
a relri'shiiienl Maad within
nw fotl ..I Int pfoce ol Imsiness
"" 'uiv isi l,,r th, mall linns,  In  ,.| in,  dullars. bled
''"■i'n Brothers wrote, with relerence to blacksmith's work;
rngiueei to ad
A    Nil   wrote, iillirin-;  ,i  site
i .oi. • suitable lot ,i rei
"..■it in connection with tin
'I'l    W,,l,IVV,,|ks   SV Sll III,   |,,|    th,
um *,i v...... ,ii(-in,ii to report
A petition was pieseiiitd liom
rtamnta oa Mh street, between
Malum ,,i|a|  l.mes ■venae*-, |,,, ,,
idiw.,|k on the   nurth   snli    ol
iln mm.i   i,lured to In I   ,.|
works.
I hud strut ratepayers wrote,
reqaeatiag some aaavaaa thai
impro\-emeati ua that street
""uid I., i.iken in hand ini..i,
•'Uininn Mills sit in. t,, i„. ,,,„.
lidered biter.
I in department ..i marim and
iislnriis forwarded •> plan, m
. iiiiitiion with an spplicalioa
'"I    «.llll    lol    ptlV||ij;is       I,,,|i|i
' I' 11 Drosi ,m,| .iskin-; council i.. ...bis! the department it
the granting rd the application
in in aai wai interfere with
navigation; or n coandl had ani
' Hon whatever to advaaci
agaiaal   the  panting   ol   iln
.lllll . Clert    I*,   |,|,]V     lll.lt      llll
objection,   pro-
1 tin applicani is thi
east of St. George's avenue,
The Kickinan Cement Co.Lid.
wrote, asking for an opportunity to submit ligures lor providing cement mains for proposed
sewage siskin. Reierred to
waterworhi committee, Mr,
Kickman lo be consulted al the
proper time.
Alex. I'hilip wrote ill reply
staling that the district council
will duly execute conveyance ol
Steamer .North Vancouver to the
city, in accordance with the an
ol incorporation,wlnn document
has been approved by their solicitor; city solicitor to act,
Aid. MiNusli vigorously protested agaiaal tin delay experienced uuh relerence to getting
Un- local improvement question
in shape to enable the work lo
go ahead. Some illctiivc steps
should be taken al unit', lo gel
the matter out ol the unsails-
l.ii lot v posiuon iu ivhich il
now stands. Aid. Voting considered lhat the onlv course to
pursue was to follow the advice
given by the city solicitor,whicii
as he understood it, wollld lliem
thai ull petition! under the- local Improvement bylaw be returned to ihe petitioners, and
that the work already uadertak-
n be completed, Aid. Dick
was in favor ol going ahead
with all petition in hand,under
ilu- local improvement in law,or
else seeking other legal advice
as to the soundness ol the bv-
law. Aid. .MiKai' agreed wilh
the position oi Aid. .McNeish,
and added thai too much legal
advice was not desirable. 1 he
council sliould use tlnir own
judgment to a considerable cx-
iini, assume some responsibility, and act according to thai
convictions. Aid. Hraim called
attention to thi.' (act that a verv
awkward situation would develop il council   proceeded   with
work under the local improvement Inlaw, ud it ultimately
transpired lhat iiioniv toithl not
be lion owed thereunder. A motion linallv prevailed,  that the
local   Improvement   inlaw   be
■admitted    to    Messrs.    Davis,
Marshall .V  Mi N't ill,   for   their
■dvkc as to lis soundness
The  following   .iti■ .mils    were
ordered paid: finance commit-
tee, general, I35.H0; schools,$45
polici. S*S,  board ol  wurks,   local improvement, (19.50; genersl, .s.'Si  |.v waterworks.j.S'.s .'is
The t lit k  lead a report   id   a
meeting ol the finance committee, recommending a Bomber ol
details ,,s advised in the interim
n-porl ol tin uti auditor;   also
that the conveyance ol the grand
boulevard to the cit) be completed, debitittiiis Lamed lor the
amount authorised, and an ex-
pression oi appreciation forwai
dad the donors.     Adopted.
Aid McNeish referred to the
nee.I ol at lion a.s lo lhe park
alias throughout the till. lie
cited   the   greal    iuconvtuntHe
which was met with on July 1,
In,mst ol the a'bsiiiii- ol a suit-
abb nmi st for footraces, eti.
He thought that Victoria park
should be improved and thai a
level touise should be laid oul
Hid .seeded for stlill purposes,
and    tJi.il     likewise    lhe    other
parki should receive dm attca
tmil      lit  moved that tlif clcik
la nisiriitted io prepare a  bv
aw authorising an expendilun
ol (5000 lor pan purposes, -,.11,;
iv law   1,1  be submitted along
,1 preparation    Carried
Mamr Mav advised council ol
tin  delegation  which  had ap
pi .in.I with re.s|Hil  l.. iht  Sun
da) cloaing ..1 bar rooms 11
was decided to l.n tin mattei
oui until tin lull ii.iiiiiil was
plesent.
A Inlaw, to raise In tvav ,.|
loall jl.n.i fo( lhe plllihasi aa|
ine extinguishing apparatus.was
gin It I lllti 11.tilings The sewn
lollsltili lloll    blTaw    lias   giteit
two readings,    Local Improvi
incut In law No. ;, re Mb itreet
was nad a third time and adopted     Local Improvement in-
law No. IS, re ud street wis
laid over
Aid link waa appointed .1
committee to coniull  iln citj
soliniors with relerence to the
a ilv s right! oil  Kne lake
The ili rk iv,is tnst fin ii'il in
11..nli the owner ol the lot adjoining Dr V truer 'l in w resi-
.liiue, to ban   the MttC t bared
ol brush, it.
A voti' ..I thanks it as passed
to A  0   I'l-rn and W   II   Part
WHITE (HIT
TIIE OIM OE HOWE SOUND
lered ..unit ..I tl. propert)   Th. nn   lor the donation ol tin tn-w
application coven lots 1 to 11.'flag pole at tha dty htkll,
Greater Vancouver's Ideal
Seaside Resort Has Been
Officially Opened   :   :   :
The artists' brush has failed to produce the scenic grandeur and wealth of color which greets the eye
of the visitor at Horseshoe bay and Fisherman's cove, the Iwo natural harbors tributary to White Cliff-
Vancouver's seaside summer resort.
On Saturday, July 3, Sir Charlei Hibbert Tupper, accompanied by a large party of prominent citizens
from Vancouver and North Vancouver, formally opened White Cliff.
The lots in this beaiiultil summer H'soti ate n«»w
ollered lo the public at exceptional!) bm piitia and
very t-asv terms, particulars concerning which .:'..'>
be had at my oflice.
1 believe in the lulure ol While Gill, suite iln
property is controlled by people who do things; men
ol standing, men oi firm determination.
The gigaiitit scheme embracing White Will po
lides (or such improvementi as to warraal Uu
itatcmeat- splendid homelihe comforta.    Iba bent
I,minus lor transportation by rail or water    will
surelv follow tin- carrying out ol the preliminar)
|.|,ms ior the development ol While tlill.
Ii la practically Impoadbb lor Uu pea to dee-
tribe the many beaat) spots presenl in White Clifl
property,     Nature has distributed with a Uriah
hand hills and d.-lls throaghNt llu  property,        A
aatural lake la the mmm ol White Clifl will famish an unlimited suppli ol purest water lor dollies
in par pone,
All ol the regular Humr Sound bonis will tall al
the wharves ol Kishi-liliHi 'l love U Horseshoe Hav
Aiiaiigiiiitnts are 10a being made whereby .1 ipeclal White Clifl I'oat will be placed in tolillllls.slon
hem ecu Vancoaver aid both landings at Fisherman's Cove and Horseshoe Hay.
The survey oi the V   W    I  V. railwa)  has been
completed past White tlui, ninth line paaan
through the centre ol tin- property, thus giving Um
ltsideitts ol While Clifl most excellent tlalispolia
tion Utilities In rail.
Mr. .lohn Hendry, president*ol the V W ■ V.,
is one oi iln- directors oi lhc compan) which control
While tllll. It goes Wlthoul savin-;, therefore, lhat
this beautilul siiiiiiini tisi.it mil 1.teivi spttial al-
lelllion and enCC-Bcnt .niolliiiiodalli.il ti<mi this railwav  line.
The priies todav  ale llu  opening pllics. Lots
will invii in an) cheaper,   li you act promptl) you
1.111 sunn .1 lot tu While Clifl within a lew leel ol
the water's elm'      The ollli  Intervening spate Ih-
iwccn 10111 iioiit door aiiil the watei would be tht
marine driveway and park along tin- Irom oi Hofae-
shoe Hai.
REUEMBE1, THI'; riMtl-S ASKhl) A EH EXCEPTIONALLY LOI AM) Till-'. ThkMS SU l-.AM
THAT YOU WILL MIT MISS TIIK SMALL AMOUNT (IK MONK\ NKtKSSAKV TO TAK1-, CAU
oi- Till'; PAYMENTS,
tBOOKLET   IS   1\   10rp.SK  01   I'KKI'AKATION   DISPUTING   THE   MANY 1th AI TV   SHOTS IN
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WHITE CUFF     AMI   EXPLAINING   IN   DKTAIL   TIIK   NATIKAL   ADVANTAGES   TRIIUTARY   TO
THEP10P81T\        SKNDIN   \Olk   NAUK  NOW   ION   A  COPY-THB    EDITION 18 LOOTED.
Call or write for fuller particulars.    I will be pleased to arrange
to take you to see White Cliff any day.
Albert Whyte
li lm|>i 1 i.il Block, Vancouver, B.C.
Pbooe 1VI0
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IMPORTANT  NOTICE TO OWNERS  AND INTENDING  PURCHASERS  OF
NorthVancouver Properties
Cleared City Lots
for Sale at firat Cosl
The lew remaining lots in block 52, D. L. 550, on 14th, 15th
street and Ridgway avenue, being one block west of Queensbury
park.
Inside lots fjoo to I525 each.    Corners Jboo each.
Slie ol inside lots 50 by 156 feet each. Corners 60 by 15b
fett each.
These lots are particularly well situated, 15th street being
already cleared and graded to its full width, and lots of similar slie in that vicinity now selling for J700 to >8oo each.
Tht lots above mentioned are genuine snaps.
For Sale
«*
Intending pur.iid'.i-is of choice acreage west of ihe Capila 10
or in any other part ut lhe District will prolit gteatly In ion-
sultisg our large and ix-liisiw list before negoltUin-* Iur purchase elsewhere.
This being the fourth year of our establishment in business
in Nortli Vancouver we are thoroughly posted as to the various
properties that may be ollered lor sale and their values.
We are the sales agents ior a number of estates in Norlh
Vancouver city and district aud have a very good list oi properties for sale at prices which were prevailing in 1907 and 1908
during the period oi financial depression, and as we are now apparently on the eve of a period of great prosperity we consider
the present time very opportune for investors to make a seln-
tion of Nortli Vancouver property before the greater period of
activity sets in.
Capilano Acreage and City Lands Wanted
Well situated city lots, blocks and acreage, aud well situated close in acreage in the district, particularly wesl ol the Capilano, and within one mile ol lhe waterfront. We have a large
list oi clients, and special facilities lor negotiating sales where
the prices are right. We advertise your property without cost
to you il you give us the sole agency for a reasonable period
ol time. Our past records demonstrate our successlul methods
in negotiating sales, and we propose greatly cxU-nded operations and a large expenditure aloug strictly modern lines ol ad-
vtrtiting.
We have representatives in several advantageous parts in
Canada, United States aud Great Britain.
It will pay you to list with us ior quick sale ii you have any
property to ofier,
ESTATES  MANAGED
Non-resident owners oi property ia North Vancouver who
are unable to give personal supervision to the management of
their estates are requested to correspond with us, being tbe oldest duly incorporated Company with its headquarters in .North
Vancouver, and being financially responsible in every respeel,
we can give the .best assurances possible lhat business will be
conducted along lines as accurately and surely as any banking
establishment throughout the country.
FOR RENT
Wt have a good list ol cottages and houses lor rent in choice
localities in the city of North Vancouver, and shall be pleased
to show any of them to intending settlers.
Builders of houses in North Vancouver will do well to look
over our list ol choice lots and blocks suitable Ior building purposes.
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.D. 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chief place of business 111 Nortli Vancouver, B.C.;
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C., Telephone 15
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Mr. Douglas has begw tlu-
erection ol a cottage 011 During
road.
J. Ma Froiiiine is aliout to
■SCt a cottage on Mill roatl,Ior
rental purposes.
Mr. Crawley, ol Crawley ■!»
Reid, inlends liuilding a ritsi-
deuce in the near luture at the
corner ol l'eler and Duval roads
Councillor Davison has had
the exterior ol his residence oil
li.muiii- road linished, and il
presents a very altraitiu' appearance,
Services at Sl.Clement's ball
are now held at 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. every Sundav. Kev. II.
11. liillies, priest-111-cliarge, olli-
ciatcs at each (service.
The ladies ol lhe l'rcslivlcriaii
church, are expelling a large
company .it their ice cream social on Wednesday evening. A
programme is being arranged.
Arrangements are being completed whereby it is expected
the l'resbytcrians and Methodists will hold joint set \ lies 111
tlu- Institute hall every Sundav
evening. Rev. Balderstuii uni-
ducts the service mxl Sundav
evening, at 7 o'clock. Rcv.IJavis
pleaches 111 the Institute next
Sunday afternoon, but il is hoped that .1 joint serviie uill also
be held Sunday mornings.
II lv Grant of Lvnn Valley,
sustained a severe ml OS the
lilt ,11111 and hand OS Wvdiicsdav
Mr. Grant was in the act ol Hitting down a clump ol bushes
with his pocket knile, wbiih w as
ol large sia- and had latently
been carefully sharpened. lie
grasped the bushes with llie lell
hand, and in cutting, the knife
slipped, cutting first a deep g.isii
in lhe iorearm, then ciitiriiig
the hand Iietween the thumb 1 d
lhe first linger, and finally sc> •
ering a small piece irom the
end of the thumb. The ivuunl
bled velv fri-rlv and Was specd-
ily bound up is tigh'.l*' as possible, while .lohn Ma-*eiims kindly hurried the wounded 111,111 lu
the train in his rig.      I pon be
ing examined by .1 surgeon il
was luiind that .111 artery ,.nil
twu Iilmiil vessels Were severed.
The wounds iurc '.kill-. In b.ui-l-
agid and Mr. Gnml will doubtless be sountl ugaiii in due-
course.
M-;W ST1.AM LAUNDRY
Messrs. Campbell .St Btcasrt
are pulling through the initial
run this week al llieir steam
laundry on 141I1 slreet. The
machinery is working satisfactory in every respect. Thev will
have a lull stall oi operatives
next week, and will be prepared
to attend tu all orders thai
oiler. The plant comprises ,1
double washer and a tingle
washer; an extractor for drying
sheets; a 75 inch mangle; a
starch cooker; ,1 Imsum irolier;
body ironi-r; collar anil band
ironer; a crimper and a 10ll.1t
sluper. The drying room for
shirts, collars and mils, is Oil-
very Litest invention in this line
It comprises ,1 riiuin seven In
nine leet, lined Irmn lloor lo
ceiling on tliree sides In steam
healing pipes and lilted with ,1
large (an in the ceiling. The
ilulbing is suspended un hangers
altachul   to   ,111   endless   chain
Tins ih.un is i.iused to travel
back and lorlh through the lining ruuin su that Ij minutes is
occupied by an article Irmn llie
lime it enters until ii emerges,
when it is thoroughly dried and
is removed from the hanger automatically and deposited Is .1
basket. There is alsu ,1 plain
drving room fur flat pieces. It
is sale to say lli.it I lut i-   is   llu
better equipped steals latmdri
in the province, and it will be
luiind to supply I long lelt want
in Nortli Vancouver.
A NKW CRIISF.R
On Wednesday evening at 5 Jo,
then* was launched Irmn W. W.
(•ilinoui's slip, 1 tutor l.u.ii
cruiser, lenglh U feet OVSI tll,
In,1111 J feet 4 ini lies, dr.ill I leet
I Millies. Hi'.l,illed willl .1  11  11
P. "Hall" gasoline engine The
cruiser is fittrd with right sleeping berths nnd is owned bv Dr.
W. R. Spencer, Barclay street,
Valiimiu-r, who has uol, as vel,
decided w I1.1t to call her. In
luliscquciuc,Utile was 1111 ihrist-
ening ceremony sad so champagne spilt, im- nhuii icssos .1
l.uly spectator was heard to
complain that it "wasn't half
a lauiuh" otherwise, the thing
was quite a success.
N. V. BRASS BAND
Editor Kxpnss
Sir,— Nu tl. .iiiit vmi are-
aware ui iln 1,ninn* ui tin meet-
ing held in the Pintail Kotday
last, for lhe purpusi* ul ..ig.uii/
illg 1 brass band lm North \ ,111-
iiilivcr.     The lew  w hu vv 1 re   at
the nesting decided to postpone
it fur une will. Hmild you
kindly make an clilli 111 \ 1,111
paper, expressing the desire that
any musician, or anybody It
Lvnn Valley or 111 at] part ol
the district, having an interest
in the above, is rated .11 ths
fireball test Hornby night .it I
o'clock,    Thanking vuli, etc.,
ROUT CHANCE
Norih Vancouver, July 15,
AN INI SVAL HAIL
Wednesday alternoon .11 about
lour o'clock, an old gentleman,
Itshllig at the miter end ul Pile
Larson's Boating stage, succeed
ed lit 1,Hiding .1 sk.ile thai measured in,uh 1 <.nr hei across, bj
six leet the Othei w,i\, lliilllillllg
the tail.     When "bsllheada
and iralis only I..rm the usual
reward   ul   the   patten!   aught
siuli ,1 haul .is Ihis in,iv  In  tun
sidered extraurdinarv.
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY
Facts are its Argument
HENRYS
liarilrii Tools
Sprang flatirial
Hit Supplies
Fruit ami Ornamintal
Tws
1.17.i»i„ n.uia-f ,i« tm;
_i I. KINK*  VKicoum. I.C
NURSERIES
A four lli ul Hun.ml Ink I was
developed by the Canadian l'.m-
lic railwa), with result ul lam
customs revenue tu Canada. The
li.ttimial government now assists imami.iiu development ol
the remaining grealei part ol
the harbor.
The centre and nucleus oi
peats! Hurrard is Nurth Vancouver Cilv.
Twenty miles watcrli milage
available fur liiilustri. s, shipping .md railroad basis
Ferry system just li.iiight up
by eity to hasten efficient and
nutiaseil senile.
Two railroads lu Korth Vaiiiuiiver authorised In Can.ul' .11
|i.iili.iliielit.
Canadian r.itliainclil has m.i
000, also JiS,4<m> per Ulilu
for bridging the Inlet and   	
necling North V.iiiu.iucr   with
Vaiiiuuver.
Railroad's   bridgi    plans    ,11
approved by dominion govern
ment, and both luads have pel -
lnissiun lu use same bridge.
Cm,nh,111 Tallin Railroad is
ton negotiating with illy I,..
ierryage ol Us mis to Nurth
Valiiuuvel', also lur shoreline
base lor ttallsler ul cars to ll.e
I tracks of existing tkcttii  • a-l
!way.
The prospeit is that North
Vaiuuuver will escape   the   iMH
Irailroad stage ol MHitrme, ..id
!that earlv opening ui its Mute-
hm railwa] will ensure rapid
development ol industries sad
port, Jual as the Grand Trunk
r.u ,in railwa) mesas ihe doubling ul populated Canada, so
lhe bridging ol Hiirr.ud Inlei
means a sei mid Vancouver  on
lhe    noilh    slime  ol   llll   ll.lll'lll ,
unit repetition >.i Vancouver's
history, psthaps mun  rapidly
than 111 the lust instance, as tin
provinci has ton mors population l.. 1 in w 1 ilus lo draw Irom
Thc  history  ul Vtncotvtr's
leal   estate    suilllliali/td    III    a
sentence is that tin assessed val
ue 1.1  llu  wliule   uly   is   uow
twenty times what it was a-
bunt twenty years ago. Vancouver's lirst-lale residence lots
now realize more than Hunt,
tunes tlnn price twenty years
ago. Considering that localities change, it is doubllul whether any property is mure sure
ol lull ratio ol increase Uian
first-rate residence grouiid provided tin* locality is protected
Sgaisst depreciation.
The grand boulevard ol North
Vaiuuuver is the thud an line ul
the wurld and Uie broad.-st ol
any uty on this luiilnuiil. li
is dedicated to resident is ami is
prolei led iur twenty years a-
g.utist   depreciative structures.
BVSS lule where tll-' plcllli'l.t ul
uppol lunlllts is lhe quail.I.'I) ul
investors, iln graml  boulevsrd
is lhe very bull's eve ol lrvcst-
inelU in North Vaiiioilic.— the
mark at wlinli LnVCStmsnt aims,
haling CSTtainty ol quality anil
sinning 1 ei 1.mily ol large in-
1 nasi- in value.
Plans, ptur lisis and other inlurmatiun csn lie had Irom the
North Vancouver Land & Improvement Co. Ltd. Lty.
Mahon, Mcfarland & Mahon, Ltd., Official Aqent*
CORNER MINDER AND SEYMOUR STREETS, VANCOUVER, li. 0. THE EXrUESS, NOKTIl VANCOUVER, B. C.
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The follow ing items an laken
Irmn llu* last issue ul the Iliu
lsh Columbia Oaxette: William
Allison, ui Hazellun, is appoint*
e.' assistant couimissioiii
i .„ls [oi Hazeltou land divi
■ion, ainl George J, ft'alkei   in
like   i.ipai 111    lol    1 .llli"".     allil
l-'oi i Georgi 'In isions.
Tin- lollowing  ari   appointed
commissioners 101 taking allulu
uis  iiiiilii   the  elections act
James Bait . i rani k;  John
Morgan, t n stun; Harry   liaii
field amI J.M.Shipley   i.i.mn.
John   Reincker,   r.uiinii,   I'lhi
Alba,, Frank Rusio and  uitonio
Lal. in*.  ** l.     i.ui.I. John Lluu
li.i iu, .luhs Eggert, Hugh Uol)
I1C.U1\,   W.   C     llaiii.iia,     R,     J,
Al,ii llll and Holmes 1'inco, all
iii Atlin; Charles li, Gilmore,
Frank I',. Little, C, T. Baker,
Edward Sands, .1 l-. Ureezi, t
Park ami tt II. Iliuli..in, all ul
Discovei 1, .1. ihl,nni. Telegraph
Creek; K J, Wallace, JieKw
I:.. k, N. S, Lougheed, Mission;
A.   AllilStlaalll,    K.    \      (, In*, h, ,|1M,
A. (i. Johnson, Angelo Sehully.
all  ol  l'lli.nil.x;   .1.   ,1.   Il.issitl,
Hartford Junction;   J, A, Hi
Master, Kholt; il. ti. Ludlow,
Din..1.., A. A. Pcubod-, James
Bowes, Kll..una, Ah 1 Sarson,
Okanagan Landing; G, 11
Okattagan Mission; I. 1). Cavin,
.1. A, Kennedy, Frank Dickinson
Andres McGowan, James Henderson, Arthur Shanklon, .'us.
Hall, all ..I Cranbrook; II. G.
\\ ilkinson, Grandv iew, \ ancouver; ti, I'.. II   Watson   Galena
I'a *    '   *     Day, Hall's 1 1
ing; lliiiij.iiiuii Un 1. Arrowhead;
Cli.uks Wells, kevelstoke,
Mildred Turth . ..i Victoria, Ls
appointed slenographel 'in ilu
oflice ..I ih. government agent
at Clinton; Frederick c 1 amp
bell is appointed assist,mi coin
mission.! ,,1 I,ui,is toi 1'i.u,
mi 1 land division; K A  Lewis,
J.P . II   Dallas llelliiikill, K C
..ml .1 tt Iiii I. lm, 01 Victoria
.ui appointed lu the Iward ol
directors ol Royal Jubilee bos
I*11.1I.
Tin* lull.,u iiig notaries publii
.iu gazetted: J. M, Laney, 1).
.\liii/i.'., Andrew George, t, 11.
Wright, Benj. Nafliinger, J. S.
Call and W, A, Rutherford, all
ul Vancouver; Al Mc Andrew, oi
Barkerville; 1-. G. Heal, jr., ol
Ai.l,innn, Bulkley Valley,
A, \\. Lee, ol Ashcroft, is ap
pointed acting government a-
gent, iu., lur Ashcroft distriit;
during the absence ul 11. P,
1 bristle, government agent .1.
R. Brown, oi Fain leu, govern
ninii agent, is appointed deputy
assessor lor keiih nver district
during the absence oi II. A, Turner, Frederick Mummery, oi
I rout Lalu, is , .pp.. inlei I at nng
munii}; im.1.In and acting sm,
recorde] loi Ainsworth mining
aln isiuii, in plan oi Jama t.
Murray. William Allismi, oi
Hazellun, lu be deputy registrar
..I voters loi Skeena electoral
district.
Regulations are gazetted by-
proclamation oi ilu lieutenant
govt in..1 lor the issuance oi licenses loi the sale ui poi
soils, 1.1 be used exclusively in
agriculture 01 boi ticulture, tinder section 3 ..1 the poisons set,
i'he regulations came into ellect July 2, 1909,
Hmi. Justice Irving, vacation
jmlgi, will sit at the law courts
Victoria on e.uh Wednesday ol
July.
Certificates  oi  incorporation
have been  issued  to  the follow
ing laiiip.mics: Chilliwack hospital; Dominion Warehouse &
1 artage Co., Ltd., Forty Mile
Collet Dam Alining Company,
Gilinan's patent 1 Limited; Na-
11,iiinn 1',11 king Co., Ltd.; N. 11.
Maysiuith & Co., Ltd.; Vancouvi 1 Woman's Musical Club, Ltd.
Tin applications ol the district inunii ipality uf Ninth
Vancouver loi w all t records on
Capilano and ..it Sevnioiir rivel
an duly advertised.
LYNN VAI.I.I'A  Mill'.S
li is cxpeiud to realize over
Sia, Mom ilu strawberry social
held 111 si   Clement's hall lut
Uilh.
Ulli*  ol   tile   logging  horses   I.i
lunging to hi..mine's null was
!..ullv   Lu Li il oil Sllllilav   lasl  by
one ol tin ..ilm horses while in
the sl,ibles.      A gash Was iiiaal,
oil the animal's ll.uik about one
foot long aiiil deep enough to
be serious, It took Mr, Promtne
and the stable man two hi'tiis
to wash and dress   lhe   wound.
The horse will oi necessity be
laid oil work for at hast two
111.mills.
A. FARRO
General Contractor
band Clearing, Stump and Ki.ck
bluting, Kxini care near houSSS.
All 1I11111.i,.' a. 11; aa! ■ good,
llll'l.liVMI'Ni'      AIKNCT
 I ^,,,1  SI.    VVaM.1 ,,f L<>f,ai<l.al«a
I'll    Haax   11
Forty-five members ol ihe do- ______________________
minion educational association, _
whiih has recently been sitting VVdlOl Molorfor Sal
ill  Victoria,  have    been   invited 	
bv the joint civic advertising
committee to visil North Van
ii.iiM'i as their guests. Tin j
will be given ,1 trip abuul llu
1 n\ ,unl distrii 1
Miss Slurries, oi Toronto, Ls
visiting in lhe city, lhe guest ol
Mrs C, li Hewett.al her home
-, '8 Lonsdale ave,
Offer* ni'i- (ranted for u
powerful Water Motor tnd a
certain tiiuuunl of pipiog
Same mav lie inspected nt
lhe offlce "I—
ALEXANDER &
MACNAGHTEN
Real f slate Brokers,
Financial and Insurance Agents
WC  HAVE
$50,000  TO  LEND
ON HK.M MORTGAGE
121 Lonsdale Ave.
THE EXPRES8
i:",\ll illil.l'i   IMI
mm mmm
HM, WARMINGTON, tor wms y.-.-n*
ri'-i<l.'iil in I'hii. an.l licriiianv*
tin opened a itudlo, 114 Upp.
Kciili Ruad, (or tin. teaching ol
Piano, nn.I the French uml uer*
mnn lsi**(uaga*B.
Builders and
Contractors
P. LARSON ii  prepired to
lupply
Lime, Brick,
Sand, Cement
And all kimls of Building
Material in quantities to mil
and ni reasonable prices,
—AI'I'I.Y	
HOTEL NOKIII VANCOUVER
TELEPHONE No I,
Choicest tut
FLOWERS
III   I'l" 11  .l!   I..IM-I   |*P.*l -
i.ui' ii- :i mail lur
FUNERAL IH'.SIGN8 or
WEDDING BOUQUETS
(i07 M.islincs St., Wcstj
Mini
Wood
FOR SALE
50c a
Load
Vou enn tnkt- ns largo a load
load n> v.ni like for
60 rents.
Send four own teams.
tVVVVti-V-/i-VW*V>AiVa**V*V*Wii-*,VSN'V^
A SNAP
1 Lots, 143x530 feet, will subdivide in 13 33-tootIots, will
Sill  111  ,<lllll I  III ll.
Price $700
Cash Jju... balance tJS every'tbree months until paid.
MAY&BURNS
REAL ESTATE AND
FINANCIAL AGENTS
iin,,,, ia
17th Slreel, North -mncouver
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Reduce Your Hardware Bills
Don't liny Win.Ilv. K hi1 .un mi'i nri> nillinir I" "nve you
11111111*1 OS yunr lnr.liuri' il 1.1,, y.iir idnatOtS In nil..* itt to
SO 00, IFstfStsS COSMOS I" ni'ii ymi llif lum liar.lwtr-'
«ii|.|.ii.*a nfevery doooriptin11 ail lli.' l'>*..st pruTi mnl nu moller
wlmt y.'.ir Ni, llwssai «r.-.
We'll Do 11       ■■' >"■■•' "[" '''-'""
Wt i'*,ni|...|.' mi.vi'.*.(nlli 111 iln* OSM tnnrki'l willi tli.' Maj'll
li.ii.limt,* i'ium-iTii** III llrili.li I'ihiinl,ia W,' -.'.-.in- ,,r,l.r.
that othftS unl luiiiii. Whi'.' H.'.-rtii-r in* I'iii .Iir. rl I...in
tlir iiiHiiiilai'liircru in niRtiy r.i.".; ».■ I.m ju.liri..ii.lv all ol
tl.. lime, aVf |i.iy rit.li lur ,.nr ("At, hii.I ..nr itpOBOM ."v low
Put uur ai.iini. tn tl.r KOI, m*'ll wive m.ii MOMH
. inniMMii,   mtM, llll.
Nrxl lo lVst Office I'll. 11. No SS
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9^^^^^^^
VANCOUVER
Build Your Home in
North Vancouver
I'NEXCELLED Al>\ ASTAGES AS A
RESIDENTIAL  CENTRE
CHOICE HOMESITES, 1 NOBSTRUCTBD VIE!
IIODERATE l-RK KS
WATERWORKS, ELECTRIC LIGHT, ELECTRIC
CARS
'I 1 \\i> iin r \ 11 * 1 v< 1 \ i- kiKNTS
I'l REST  WATER   DII-K< 1   h'ROXI   IHII STAIN
SPRINGS
,.\ U I, tl,   DRAINAGE
SEWAGE SYSTEM AHOI I TO UE INSTALLED
EXCELLENT   ROADS   AND  CONVENIENTLY
LOCATED HOTELS rHROUGHOUT THE DIS
TRICT
1 ((EXCELLED SOCIAL,  EDI CATIONAL,
RELIGIOI s \_V\i TAGES
1 Nl'iir \i i.KD SCENIC ATTRACTIONS OS
■JORTII  EAST OR WEST, ttl'l'll'N l-l-'.W MILES
One of North Vancouver's Streets
Invest Your Money in
North Vancouver
THE DELIGHT Ot TOURISTS
many IDEAL nooks ink PICNIC PARTIES
Half Hourly Ferry Service to and from Vancouver
ITHI.ISIIF.11 uv AUTHORITY Of THK "CIVIC COMMITTM "
^VVyVWVWWWy^V»iWV W****H*9VW*V*V******4 ****A M+++**+**4*V**V*t*V*V^'*V*^^ ^^^^^^^^^^■^-^^■^^^^^^■^^^^^ THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
The  announcement   Is made
that the Vancouver & Northern
Kailway Company has put an
engineering party in the liejil,
with definite instructions lo
search Ior a feasible pass from
the altitudes at the bead ol tin
Seymour creek down to Sipiaui-
ish valley. This is an exceedingly important departure (rom
lhe standpoint ul the nurlh
shure, and one whose results
will lie awaited with the keenest interest by local property
owners, lt has long lieen the
desire of railwav promoters to
discover a railway route iron;
Hurrard Inlet to -.be bead ol
Howe Sound, which would present engineering MVultii-.s ol a
more moderate cba'i-.clcr than
anv yet found. The net dime
ul lluwe Sound is, recogni.'.id as
ii feasible route, but llie i-Iii'ir.-
ecring difficulties arc o( such a
nature as tu render railwav n.n-
.structiou tremendously expensive, while, at tbe same time.
Iiie adjacent country is not ol a
nature thai could be expected
to develop local lral.ii- of uv
considerable proportions.
On the contrary, the building
o( a railway line Irom '''.irrcnl
Inlet, np Seymour creek l> th.
bead waters of the creek, is declared   lo  In-  a   project   ol  the
easiest kind from an engineering
point of view, while the grail
is slight Ior the entire distance
Moreover, a railway [ollowiig
this route would pass through a
section ol country eiioriiioialv
wealthy in agricultural, liml-cr
and mineral wealth, so (hat i
verv large and remunerative lu
ial trallic would develop • '. ;
certainty, all along the line.
Thc undesirable leature of th
situation lies in the lacl that,
when the line reaches the head
waters ol the Seymour, it is at
an altitude ol upwards ol Jon
leet above sea level, and at
practically that height abovi
the S(|iiaiuish vallcv. The (ur
ther continuation of lhe line is
absolutely contingent upon it
being able lo descend Irom this
elevation lo tllc vallcv bcluw.
To the presenl time all ellorts
to  find   a   luasildi-   route   have
proven unstiicessliil. The Judgment ol ihiise who are lavinen
ill relation to railway engineering, and who are more or less
f.i mi liar wilh the countn in
i|tiestion, diners widely with re*
spctt to the matter. By some
il is itOUtly asserted that there
is absolutely no way out of*the
counlry Ior a railway, excepl
by following along the mount
'ins for many miles in lhe direction of Lillooet river, which
would milail enormous expense,
wllllt* by others it is asserted
that they have traversed llii
country from the head ol Sev*
inour creek into the Sipiannsh
valley bv a route lhat prcsinl*
a very satisfactory grade (or
railwav purposes.
The outcome of the cxph.ra
lions ol the party ol engineers
about to enter the field tu de
cide this matter, is ol inestimable importance to the north
shore ol Hurrard Inlet Sunn
of the most superb timber limits riinaining—or (or that mat*
ler, ever found—in British Col
linibia are to be seen along the
Si|iiamisli and tributary rivers
The Sipiannsh valley is une ul
great beauty and of unsurpassed
possibilities Inun an agricultural point ol view. Moreover,
the discovery ol a puss Irom
Sevmour creek lu ,Si|Uaiiiisli
river would open lhe way Ior a
railway Irom the norlh shore ol
Hurrard Inlei via S(|Uaiinsh vallcv and I'cimbcrtun Mcaduws lu
'      i
Fort George, or some other
point on the Grand Trunk Pacific line.
These are possibilities whose
import to the north shore exceed all powers of computation,
and the discovery ol such a pass
would mark a development in
the local situation which for
real worth could not be surpass-
d.
I). G. and Mrs. Dick returned
Tuesdav, from a somewhat extended visit to Seattle and Portland. Mr. Dick speaks highlv
of thc A.-Y'.-P. exposition, and
was particularly pleased with
the Canadian exhibit, which he
declares is generally admitted
to be the best un the grounds in
its class.
A.J.   HOOD
t*    l.<maa.t,,la*    Avi,
KXPKRT WATCHMAKER
JEWELLER,  ETC.
Wan-lien  anil  Cloekl  Cleaned   and
Repaired at mmlerale pricel
All work x>i.r.t>te*.il.
Hankin & Harding
decorators painters
PAPErHaNcers
qraiNers 4 marbLers
North Vancouver,   -   B.C.
Ratal itayt  >M iM-afcte An
Dffxi.li. SUtiYt *.•*..,. Here
ROYAL
STANDARD
FLOUR  ^^
Royai stiindai'd Flour is preeminently a product ol ipialili
Vou may buy a cheaper Hour,
but Hour is the stall of lilt- and
the une pruduct which uui u.i.l
always—a brad which above all
Others should receive the uluiosl
care in its manufacture,      We
have made a hubby ul making
guud liuin, iis reputation   is
known llUPlghoul  Hritish Columbia.
There is and there can In llu
belter.
Then too, in each pill, sach is
placed a numbered niiipon, entitling you to a cbaiiri- to win
a hvaiililul hk| piece dinner sel
Ask M.hr grocer Iur Royal
Standard Fhuir.
Mannlailured by
MR. llll S H (L IU
VANCOUVKR
COAL
COAL
NEW WELLINGTON Coal
■Iir.*. i Imm th* mum
Plan* Ti.iir Maim now anil
iiecnre Mt wuu-r'i inpplv
I »*•;• .lm,iii.ni. will erri?*
In a la* .lm > Priraa right
Urge iiiim.Iv of WOOD
aim?, on lianrl    ,   ,   ,   .
P.   LARSON
Hold North \ ancouver
Telephone No. a.
All new houses should be piped for gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure for this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT k
POWER CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
North Vancouver
Transfer-^-1"
Cartage, Removals,
Parcel Delivery,
Storage
in     I'Kaim.sAin k     imikm
IIHCI:   IHI! H, It IIM.
Telephone 70.        Night Calls 13
Home Made
BREAD
Cukeu, Pantry, Confectionery
Beat Material-
ll.ilr.iii.iis and lain
18 Lonsdale Avenue
N.V. Fish Market
■^a
All kin.Ui.f Kraut) I'inli delivered daily
Smoked li.l. a .penalty.
Poultry, V.cfa ami \ egetahlea.
Our aim in to pleaae our cuitomera aa
to gooda and prirei.
Cor. Lonsdale Ave. k 8th street
Phone 84
PALACE
HOTEL
Rates
Jij.oo pir and up.
Special rates to (am*
idea and to regular
boarders	
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
StCSBO Stseet,   ....   NOKTIl   VANCOUVER, B. C,
VANCOUVER BUSINESS DIRECTORY
AOOOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN k CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
B^K
Look lor lhe above trademark,
thc sign u( quality, on your
cereal foodt.
We manufacture tht beat
Rolled Oats
on the market today.
Leave your order* with ua for
HAY, I.RAIN
AND  CHOP
Prompt Delivery
Satisfaction Guaranteed
ihe Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
Limited.
Lonsdale  Avenue,
at Ferry Landing
Jas. Chapman,   local manager.
City Aaditors
North Vaaeouvel
jid Ptadtr strait
KENDALL, SEWELL 9 CO.
Chartered Accouataats aad
Auditor*
GROCERS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Grocihes and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
DYEINQ ANO CLEANING
The oaly plai a in B. C. where
work is done entirely to customer's satisfaction.
PERTH STEAM DYEING &
   CLEANING WORKS. A. Inglis
PO Drawsr~765iPropri,tor-    PhoM 75**    Club
rates a specialty. 562 Seymour.
Vancouver, B. C.
Victoria, B. C.
Seattle, Wash
Phone 1913
ARCHITaCTB
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
E.STANLEY M1TT0N.M.I.C.A
ARCHITECT
619 Hastings Street Weat,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AUCTIONEERS
nuiii. mmmi h.m\
Loggers, Raiiroad Men, and
Trada-uuao furnished irae to
Employers.
14 Powell strtet. Cor.Carrall
Phoas 2)66
MUSIC
Prof. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
ilusieal Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Hal'., Cor.
Robson and  Granville Streets.
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
PROF. GEO. COWAN, Expert
teacher ol Violin, Mandolin,
Banjo, Autoharp, Zither, will
give twenty private lessons
for I;. Further information
at Cowan's up-to-date Music
Store, 608 Westminster ave.
M. W
A. M. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
66 Hastings street west
is the only auctioneer who will
pay spot cash before tht sal* is
conducted
F. C. SAUNDERS	
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary
Public. Member of the bars
of British Columbia aad Quebec Room 9 Empir* Building, 603 Hastings st. west.
Vancouver, B.C.    Phone 4166
SCHULTZ k ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, six.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
(15 Pender Strtet
Phont 996
S. D. Schulta        C. 8. Arnold
BATHS
Phone ,T7
Artistic Dtaifna Sound Workmanahip
Moderate Price*
LAW & KNOWLES
A.BCHITICTI  AM)   BtJILDMl
P.O. Boi M
Wa Can De-urn and We Can Build
hallethe's Bath
Corntr Homtr aad Pander Sts.
11 Two
FOR    SALE
1 acre block* in Lynn Valley $220 each.     Hall cash, bal-mre |M per nvmtli
Hlock 42, 1). li. 211*22 Hi f2i>0 below market viilu.-
Martinson & Co.
Kenl    Kwtnte   anil
Insurance Broktra
The only up-to-date aad tali
able hatk kout* in British Co
lumbia-
Wt curt when others lail
Satisfsctioa guaraatted or ao
pty. Plaia haths, electric baths,
shower baths, massage for body, scalp aad fact; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS  KALI.ETHE, PROP.,
Gradnatt of Berlin, Germany
LAOIIS' HAIRORE88ING
IIKNILK.UKN'S TOUPKJW ol .lie
flut-sl Mirkina*i.lii|i limy Ih* oliltintil al
Mmlanii* Humphrey », n.ini>' liy rriii'I.
..rim.. latsial line ..I |.ufl- anil
-mi. In'i. will Ih- un view tin. tttx-k, tall
aim in-,1111 Ala., tbe laieei di'siym 111
Uml. 1 ..mini, u.i:r Uruaiut-iiii and
liarn-iii-i*. if your hair le ladeil ami
turning (nn try Mary T. (iulilumn'i
Hair lli-eiortr, in lour .liflireiit eliailre.
I.ii; I'limi ll, .n.n Ka una lur pale |ieu|ile,
a in.ut natural Mmm', cau uol Ik .Ii*tnt*
tl. Hair I '.>. ...** aim Uleacliinf, liy . >
pSttS. I.i. ..I Ma-wi'ip', llairilrt-emng
liaiupiKiniK, .Mann mini* ami Klirlr.,lime lur Hit- remuval ul -lupiirlluunt* liair,
»ai 1 ► ami ii.ulei at ,
MAIUMfc IIUMPHKKYh
Ml liiauville .-ir.,1
Phone 463
WA1TT k CO., LTD.
558, Granville Street
Pianos - Talking Machines —
Music Goods
The oldest music house in B. C.
REAL ESTATE
Keep your eye on
EAST   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particulars apply to
MORDEN k THORNTON
Phont 815     440 Homer Street
I orWiire (iiianotw k
Securities Corporation Ltd,
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
OPTICIANS
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Optician
All work guaranteed
Consultation Iree
49 Hastings strtet west
Opp. Cameraphone theatre
PHOTOGRAPHERS
MARTEL'S  STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHERS* -
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgatt - - - Maaager
RESTAURANTS
All North Vancouver   peopl*
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122 Hastings Street West,
n , , van7nR'M:': LEONARD'S
Tl. best quipped -jjj-g    Kllber FUck Block or Hut-
 *     ] ings street, opposite   the   new
Post Office.     Leonard sella his
tea by the pound.
IMl'KHIAI,   PHOTO   STI 1)10'
BUSINESS COLLBGSS
SPROTT-SIUW
Business Institute
336 Hastiags St. W.
Can***'* IVeelcel Mr****** S*lit*l
R. J Sprott, HA, - - Maaagtr
11*0*t*00t*t*******t************4******14*****0***4*****************
Swore thr liihi-si Piid \miitm*
1j Pitman's Basiatat College,
641 trxn Mis Seymoar Street,
VANCOUVER, B. C
Family Group Specialists
Cabinet sue, J3 per dou-n
Cor. I .null and Cordova sts.
A. SAVARD, Proprietor
THEATRES
PICTURE FRAMING
PICTURE FRAMING
We bave the largest stock ol
mouldings in B.C.to select Irom
so when you want framing done
.heap and well get our prices.
BAILEY BROS CO* LTD,
540 Granville and 138 Cordova
READY MADE HOUSES
THE STANDARD HOUSE
BUILDING k CONTRACTING
COMPANY LIMITED
6M Carrall Street
The B. C. Mills
Timber tnd Trading Cn.'s
Pstrnted Sections! Buildings
CAMERAPHONE   THKAT"B
Mechanical   Opera,   Vuudevillt
and Drama
Program changed every Monday
Any seat in the house 10c.
50 Hastings Slreet West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
WATCHMAKAEH6
English practical watchmaker;
Established 18-S9
Specialty,   repaning
WO0DH00KE,
M2 Carrall Street
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
Cl in, uh. 111  Dituini   lUiii'.iu
(Uiuia rii-rvninn-
Vanr.HiM-r Oflic- :"' Umpire lllaik
MIX llaalinii. .1. weel. Plume 'ii:*
W   f  WI-.I.SH
i'.i in nl Siipi'iinti'ii'liiu THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
G. J, and Mrs. Phillippo and
daughter havi returned Irom a
few .l.n s' visit to the A.-Y.-P,
exposition at Seattle.
The regular meeting ol the w
C.T.I. will be held in the Meth
...list church, nexl  Wednesday,
at 3 o'clock in  iht  alternoon,
Uverj'bod) welcome,
Work is being pushed on construction "i the road from ll"l
;,< 'iini wharl to Keith road,and
ii n ill be in readiness bj the
nine the wharl is completed,
Tin greatest kj uipalh) is es
pressed ..n all bands locall) loi
iln* bereaved parents ol thi livi
young women whu mi t death b)
drowning iu iln Ink-l. al Aliu
\ lilt,   lia.ll    li,lllll I       "11      1 Ul Sll,ll
alternoon,
Till     l'i llll,Ills   aal    lills   ,ll\     .1
sisied iu ihe reception i" then
supreiui chancellor, 11 I'.Brown
oi Cleburne, Ti xas, .ii \ ancou
mi, on Saturda} ivening. Thn
also presented lum with a book
.'1      |ai|..tllS     Ol      |OCal      I  IIWS     .lllll     .1
couple ol souvenir s| ns lol In**
wile.
The garden pain, under iln
auspices oi ilu- K. C, congrcga
tion, wliiili was postponed iioiia
Saturda} last became ol null'
mint weather, was held at lhe
residenci ol Captain .m.l Mis.
Kickham, on Tuesda} alternoon
and tuning.     The attendant!
was    large    .m.l    tin     proceeds
l. ached N>s.
All bandsmen, or all wishing 1
io become bandsmen, should not
[orget io be at the Fireball next
Monday night at H o'clock.
The tiiv waterworhi workmen are now al work on the extension of lhe system down lhe
west side ol the grand -bonlevard
A similar main is also lo be run
down the east side ot lhe bottle
vard.
A most interesting address b}
litv. .1. 1). Gillam was the leading le.itiui ..I the meeting ol thc
si,iiei, iii Christian Endeavoi ..i
St. An.lien's church, Mon.l.i,
evening, Thi- occasion was consecration im.ini^a .md the pai
l"l' j;.i\c llii   VOUng people 111,Ull
excellent thoughts Irom the por-
tn,n a.i ih. gospel ..I St. .lohn
selected .is Ins theme, Next
Mo ml, i \ evening the subject   ol
discussion   will   be   taken   llolli
Pilgrim's Progress and is expected to arouse keen interest
(MKDtN PARTY
will be licld .11 l.v Mad,
.ttitti n and evening,nl
lhe hoiiie ol Alls. A. L,
tlellltilts.tOK.  loth .md
RIDGWAY, under the
auspices ol the Ladies
oi ihe Methodist church.
A good programme oi
total and instrumental
tiiiisit is being provided,
SAMPLE GOODS SALE
ALL WEEK 33 1-3 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
Men's Cashmere socks, plain and lancy colors, ranging Iron 25c to 751, less om- third.
Men's fancy leather belts, suitable lor the hot
weather, in grey, tan, brown and black, all
prices, less one third,
Ladies' sample collars, gloVM and belts, less
one third.
Ladies' sample hose, bl.uk and colored, in plain and
embroidered Lisle, open Lisle, plain and ribbed cashmere, embroidered Cashmere, etc., from
i.Sc to 75c, less 0111 third
Kememher wc arc ihe North Vancouver representatives oi the Singei sen ui-; mat lum- company
One good secondhand hand sewing machine in simk
in perfect order, pi ne Si"
.1. .1. McALEECE
KEITH BLOCK LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
Cleared  Lots
In Block 334, D.L. 330
These lots are all on gradedstreets. In fine neighborhood,
tlose to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Price* $600 to $700
EA&Y TIRH.S
S. GINTZBURGER
-UMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
163 Cordova Slprl, Vancouver, B. C
V, 0. BOX S8S.
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SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
W« mllei! a trill bid on four Ortltri imall or large.
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tt ark [of hotels houses, indr. iduals, ttC
l'irst class work  ny  lataat ani  beat  iiiithods.     City and
district delivery,    Moderate a hirget,
Have vour Liiinbii Word done locally,
KM OIHII 4ND WORKS:
llth Street, last
IIOWV I0HN OIIICl:
57 lonsdale Aie
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FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Loctl ind Foreign Fruitt
Ftesh and Caie Effi
Choice Ctaaintrjr Butter alwayt on hand
Lamp Goods, Glaaaware
Crockery ware, Bni-.hea,  Brootni,  etc., etc
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P1SCY KING
EIENRY EVES ii* CO.
Thc GENUINE North Vancouver Specialists
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Insurance is one of the most important departments of our business.
We can write up Insurance for
NRE,  UN, IH Air GLASS,   LIVE STOCK,  ETC.
FIRE INSURANCE IS AN l-.XTKI-.MKLY  IMPORTANT  MATTI-'.V       THE COST IS SIMM.!. THAT N<) ONE CAN  AFFORD To  RUM THI  KISK 0!  LOSINC. ALL IN A
NRE     u I-; stiAi.i. iu-. \ i-.k\ PLEA8K0 TO QUOTE YOU A RATE.
WE Kl'.l'KhSKNT Till';
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., of London, England
Wlm']. I.a- a < ipiUl uti Fire Fund totalling$40,000,000
■ IMI US A  POSTAL AMI I.Ill  OUI  RBPRB8BNTATIVE  (ALL  ON   YOl'.
HERE'S A SNAP
21-2 Acres
in Lynn Valley
$875 Cash.
Call and See Us
NOTE ADDRESS-67 and 69 Lonsdale Ave.,        North Vancouver,
Phone 6
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