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VOLUME 8
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, APRIL HO. 1909.
NUMBER 10
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The aldernieii were all present <il Coquitlam lake, where until
at the adjourned meeting ol the is stored Inr lhe geiieralioii   nl
citv council on Wednesday even- power, and the present plan   is
ing.   Mavor Mav  presided. to raise the dam, with the n-
Bylaw No, 6f, to raise f 10,000 suit that many thousand horse*
lor ierry purposes, was read s power will be obtaiaable.   Th
last time and linallv passed. P-*"! Was bitterly opposed liv
The streets regulations bvlaw some nl lhe Cuquitlam people.
was likewise given ils find wllu bared that tk WaW
reading, passed and, with its'might go oul, a catastrophe
passing, came into efleci. which would probably he inllovv-
Tlin- peddlers hvlavv. wlinli ;eil by loss of lile. The New
had develnped several ininur di- Westminster people also oppos*
fliculties, was satisladnrilv ad- ed the application on the ground
justed, read lhe last time" and ; lha<- lll<* ferity oi llieir watei
linallv passnd, therehv hccomingi suppl)'.   whkh  ls  drawn   Irom
law. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The committee, appointed bj
the ratepayers ineeling to complete the incorporation of a ferry company, reported progress.
Th** articles ol .issoii.ilion were
coinplete and were submitted to
the council  lor consideration.
The  committee   recommended.
that, in purchasing shares in the
company, tlu* city put the ferry
in al actual coot, plus such   a-
mounts as may have lieen spent
in repairs, and thai the shares
he taken   al   par   value.     With
icspect   to   llie   wharves,    tlu
committee    recommended    lllal
the city place these in Qret-claai
shape and llien   lease   tin in   It
thc Ierry cumpaiiy,  instead   nl
selling them.     There were two
reasons  given   Ior   this recoiu
mendation, lirst, because l.oiis
dale avenue wharf is situated on
a street end, and legal dilhciil*
ties   Would   prnhahlv   arise   tt
deeding a slreet end to a coinpanv; and second, should invasion arise to trial with the C.
P.R., or tin  hoard ni railwai
commissioners relative   in   llu
Vancouver  landing,   the   representations   ol   the   cilv   WOBld
havt- greater weight than thosi
ol a company.    With respect lo
the appointment of the   bonrd
of directors, the committee re
tomtliended lhat the council select a  number  of  ratepayers
suitahle for the position,   and
submit their names to the pen-
pie, with tlm- understanding iltai
those receiving the highest num
lier ol  votes will  he appointed
at   the   shareholders'   liieeiing
The   report   nf   the   Committer
was received.
Alderman Scliullz and K   M,i
hun wire appointed a committee
to Interview the cm sotidtoi.
and  lo  have  lum   prepare   au
agreement   tn   aminipaliv     the
articles oi naaodatioa,
The armies and memorandum
ol ussmiation, as sulillllttcd bj
the coiiiinillu', were caltftlll)
lonsidered hy lhc coinuil ami
approved. The capital slink is
IISo,m«1, divided llilu 150,000
shares ol om* dollar each. The
number ul directors is lo be
three, alld at tlu ilose ol the
term, il so requested, all shales
held by individuals are  tu  be
ollered  the cnmp.ui), lur 11  pel
iod of thirty days al p.n
A flat rale ol JJ tents lelmrii
lor a wagon load hauled In two
horses, was adopted hv ,ln
louncil fur the lerrv
Sunday baseball games taint
up for distussiun, bul im action
was taken.
lhe same lake, might be contaminated by the hooding ol a
larger area ul land.
Several sittings were held hi
the council, at which a pent
deal ul expert and ulher evidence was given, the net result
ol which appeared to be thai
both lhe results leartil mighl In
avoided by proper mctnou-i ol
construction and precautions.
The order in council will sped I \
what steps must lie taken 111 01
der to render the work perfectly
innocuous to all concerned.
OPPOSED TO SUNDAV BALL
made a shipment of JO.OOO feet
tn New South Wales, getting
the material nul and acruss the
Inlet iipun short notice, about
eighteen huurs. A shipment uf
60,noo leet was likewise made
tu New Zealnnd, The total
output lot the month ol   April
will exceed sou,'ioo feet, and it
would   have   been   mil*. 11   Luge)
had imt the removal ol ilu- ierry steamer Sl. George, interfered with shipping arrangements
Kl.NSHAW DEFEATED
Rodney Renshaw, ol Sortl
Vancouver, the well known
wrestler, who recently entered
the prolessioiial ranks in order
to meet Yirgil Yenable, of Seattle, met with a disastrous defeat last night in the latter city
The announcement thai it is
proponed tu hold professional
league baseball match, on tllc
local athletic grounds ou Sun
day next, has aruuscd uppusi-
tion upon the part of a .section
of the citizens, and such steps
as are possible, al the short
notice given, are being taken tu
stop the game, il possible. .1
deputation ui citizens waited
upon F, K. Clour, assistant
manager ol the 11. C. Kleciru
Railway Company, la Vancou
ver, this morning. They submitted tu him the undesirable
natures ul the pruject and, a-
Itlullgst nther poiBtS,  lolltctlilei
Uiai such a performance is pro
hibited by the terms ol tin
lease uf tiie grounds from tht
Athletic Association lo the lessee. The tlaust in the lease li
which reference is made reads
as follows; "The second parte
shall nut sutler ur penult am
unlawful trade, uccitpaliuii m
performance, in in engaged   n.
"l In* i.irmd mi within the s.ili
athletic grounds • • • • uti ,1
breath nf this condition shall.
ipso laclu involve Inrleirure t,
iln* cumpaiiy, of the second par
ty's interests under this lease.'
Mr Glover expressed ltimsii
as appreciating the position 01
the dcput.ilioii .iini pn iliil sect lo
communicate with tin* pru   •,-
cis Ol   lie bal' galilv, alonj  lhe
,11 *. 1. fleeted    In addili in it.
il.)   . ort, a 1   i'i',-.i  worded
u hgralii has bet- mii I lu the
illirut-1 general  ai.irising Iiiii-.
■   ii,- movement, am! rci-m-ii*
.ng It-.111 him the 1 . 1: it ,111
ti'urit tn enable i,. pubic to
. IV Ull   tilt  game
BA8EBAU FOR N. Y.
Yenable won the match in two
straight falls, the lirst in 20.
minutes and is seconds, the sec-
uid (all in 13 minutes.     Bad
I.ili was won Imm a bar and
head ili.inti.lv hold There was
only a small crowd presenl at
the match, arhkh was very lasl,
Yellalile    being    lhe    agglcssoi
throughout,
REAL KSTATK ACTIVITY
VICTORY for B, C, B, I,
Altur a prolonged scssinii thc
provindnl executive council has
decided iu grant tin- application
ul the Yancouver Power Cum
pany, a subsidiary concent nl
the B. C. Klectric Railway lu.,
(or leave to raise its dam at
Coi-uitlatli lake, subject, however, to restrntions tvoA conditions   which   will   t ph uh
safeguard the inleiest.s ol those
who appeared in opposition   to
the plan.     The order ill inlllit ll
which embodies these conditions
is a lung one and will   not   Ih*
made public until it has tin it
I'd tin  signature "1 the lieutenant governor.
The Vancouver  Power  Company already has a large  dam
Professional baseball is to be
played ia North Vancouwr,lhe
lirsl game uf the seasuii to lie
played on Sunday afternoon
next The competing learns
will be Vane on vei and Aberdeen
of the tegular Northwestern
League The gallic will laju
place ul the Reircation grounds
.it J In, ,1 band cuiuerl bung
held lirst starting at 1 p.m. A
l.iige 1 towd   is   expeited    uver
boa Vancouver, .md special ar
ratigcliniits have been made to
h,indie the crowds, In traliit.iis,
■illtos, and tall) hns.     It Is Stat
ed the regular Bunda) games ol
tin luaigue from tin* vancoaver
end will be pulled oil in North
Vancouver throughout tin sea
son.
The leading lealure nf the real
estate market lm smile days
past, both luii .md m Vancou
ver, has been the plu tlolucli.il
demand   lur   Capilano   acreage
The investing pnhlk .ippi.it t"
have awakened al last,   lo   tin
unexcelled opportunity ollered
(or investment In (Ins superb
dislrni I liaise agents who are
fortunate enough to have a list
ol these properties ale doing .1
rushing business      Whth  in.inv
owners are willing tu sell at
least a portion nf their holding'
at present  prfci S, ihere Is never-
tlnliss beginning to develop .*
st nh ning oi terms, with ,1 1
Bounced tipw.iid lendiacj as to
prices.
The children are greatly enthus
ud over the prospect and have
sutceeded in imparting a
deal ol iheir anticipations
the minds of their parents
Others ol mature years, so that
a large attendance ol old and
young is assured. The advance
sale ol tickets was so large Uiai
tlie original supply became exhausted and a second issue h.iu
10 Ik- tanda.   tan anaagauianu
ior Uie programme arc nuvv
complete'! 111 all respects,    and
ilu cihciciit committee in charge
has given very carelul allcnuon
to uciail, so lhat every item
will appear in its place and llie
enure proceedings will move
without a hitch. Mayor May
will preside al the luuclion in
the Horticultural hall at 3 and
at 7.30 p.m.
S1DKWALK   QUESTIOH
Kdilor Kxpress'
Sir,—ll is a question whether
Nurth Yancouver has a board ol
aldermen looking after the interests oi the residtiiils, or
catering tu the non-residents ul
North Vancouver, and incidentally encouraging a proposilion
oi the almighty dollar" llie
cause for tills letter is so glar-
I ing, that the ratepayers' association should immediately gel
together and let their voices be
heartl on the subject, ul whethei
residents can have a reasonably
sound sidewalk lo their residences in exchange lor their taxes,or whether the council .should
spend money on accommodating
other people, non-residents ol
our shore, lo play on thc one
day out ol seven, whereas the
residents who travel every dav,
catinui gel a sidewalk because
ul the cry, "no money.'1 \t,
on 22nd street there is a 12 lyoi
sidewalk lieing laid, when inert
is nnl a single residence, while
un Lonsdale ave., a trunk road,
they permit a miserable de-lapidated stretch ol rotten wood to
Ik- used by thousands in the
course ol the seven days. Yours
truly,
THOS. S   NY1-.
LYNN CRKKK NOTES
In last week's report oi the
vestry meeting of Sl. Clement's
church, the name of II. Worth
should have appeared as clu ted
one ol the churchwardens Tlus
name should appear instead ol
that ol John M  Duval.
A jolly pari) was enjoyed at
the home ol Mr. and Mrs. R.
Maginnis on Tuesday evening,
in honor of the birthday anniversary ol their (laughter,Clara.
A large party of young folk was
present and a thoruughly enjoyable time was had.
An incipient blaze started in
the rool ol the Institute hall
during the practice held on Monday evening, lor the concert un
Thursday next. Fortunalelv it
was discovered early and plenty
ad help wa.s at hand, so that 11
was quickly extinguished
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=1!LOCAL NEWS!
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William Woods is erecting  .1     Petitions are being preeented
small house uti |th strict 1,1st. lo COUUCi] lor tetiieiil walks   111
Gqo. Phillips, jr., is builtiiiig this dty.
a new house on lylh street east. Mt.   and   Mrs.   W.   II.   II.ills
Passenger rates between   Sl have taken up their rcsidcinc 111
attic- ami Victoria have been cul sunt -i, Keith block.
to 25 cent*. Dr. A. I.out, who promised to
Monday morning, John Jones open dental  parlors  hen-,   has
a D. k D., was lined (lu   and quit lhe vily, having traces ol
costs in the local polite totitli. his btiel sojourn here.
The   sternwheel   steam   boat Norm.111 .tl.ul.e.ui ia about lo
Strathcona was on the ways at begin building operations on a
Dhe Wallace shipyards this week, new residence, ai the lorncr ul
The lasl dance ol tlie seas,,11
by the Merry Widow dn wn,
bc held tonight, in the haglcs
hall.
The Scots of lhc- cilv lujd an
enjoyable and successlul daim*
in the Kaglcs' hall, lasl Monday
night.
The painters have been litis)
with the Russell hulise, nn 1st
street east, cllctllllg a decldeil
lmpiuviliielll.
For Sale. — Complete equipment lor bachelor's quarters,including cooking utensils, liinii-
ture, etc. Apply at Kxpress nlliee.
See ad. un another page .lusi
a lew inure clcuric Irons hit.
act quick if yuu waul one Call
at B.C. Kl. Co. office, Lonsil.iie
avenue.
For the lalest inform.uion,
with relerence in ictrv mailers,
read the report ul the adjourn-
ed council meeting, 111 aiioiliet
column.
A new tiaim.ii was brought
over Irom Yantnuiet usterdav
ior the loenl street hi svslein
There an- eight c.trs 111 suviu
here now.
R. K Muiiaighicii purposes
visiting Prince Ruin-rt un Mav
8th,    tu   llls|Hcl    tile    lovviislli,
preparatory lor the big sale mi
May 25th.
Malcolm McMillan unit up lu
Harrison   Hot   Springs, Thtits
day, lor a week's sojourn,   loi
pleasure, and for  the bantuv*
ment oi his health.
The local St. Andrew's |
Caledonian Society will attend
divine service on Sund,iv morning, May 2nd, at St Andrew's
Presbyterian church.
Mh slreel aiid Alalmn ave.
The last issue id the li. C.
Gazelle contains the olhcial no-
lice ol lhe appointment ol W.
Uvvcii as chiel constable ul .vlim
district.
Dr. Morrison has opened a
dental parlor 111 the Keith block
IK 1 onus lure highly recommended ami is considered a hrst
1 lass dent isl.
W. Scab, who haa recently arrived with Ins lamil) itoin the
lulled Slates, has rented a
house on lllll street east, Hear
Sl. Andrew's avenue.
A iiiiiiicHius contingent of lo-
ial Oddli Hows wenl to Yancouver on Sunday,   to  attend   the
a1111u.il  ainm 11  parade of  lhe
brethren in that city.
II. .1. 'limine, oi Vancouver,
has leliiovul wilh his lamily
Irnin Yaiicuuicr, and is residing
on loth Street east, 111 the house
lurmerlv occupied by 11. R Hellell.
The lit iv 1 oik 1 rushing aiid
road making plaiil (or the district Was shipped ull April ,UU,
[hi tin Hluc- Funnel liner Anu-
olot hits, and is due to arrive
shortly.
Under tin  acn   avian   just
passed by the luuiicil, no upen-
lllg can  be made ull the streets
im ,,ii\ porpoee without a permit being lirsl obtained Irom
tin .ny engineer.
\ A l .uiipiitil, ui Campbell
a1* Altllii, lugetliei wilh his
lamily, will uccupy une oi the
in vv 11.Iiii lives Iciclllly completed l>v the lirm, al the ccir-
1111 "l lath street and Ridgway
a VeDUe.
W. A. Dewey has pcthassd im miv saint regulatioasby-
the eight roomed Imust ol Mrs |,w  r-rovides tlmt  .1 imi   shall
Gilbertson, ou 4tli strut   near 1., mug Iron the hrehalte at 9
Mahon ave.    The purchaser Ims o'clock at nighl, aim wliivh uo
l.i MBF.R SHIPMENTS
Tin' Diplock-Wright  Saw mill
Cnlllpaliv haVt   linvt   nmi   lulu
omployed in hauling lumber, at
thc rate of over twentv  badl
per day.     Tht lirm recc-ntl-
I'ROORAMMK   ink   U0RT1
iri.Ti RAL ASSOCIATION
Tin* Horticultural Aanuclntkat
ims in.nh mn tin lollowing programme ol entertainment   fur
1909-10,  the events lu Ih-   held
in the sot iei v \ pavilion:—
Mav it; Dance
Mav   .'|    Publii  dance
Sept  17- Exhibition, promenade tutu eft  in i veiling
s, pi  is  Exhibition, dance in
evening
dai   n  Dance
lia    1   Dance
i.m   1,; a   Poultry shllW
Oiln 1 fixtures will be announced frnin time to time.
MAY  DAY
' TO ADVERTIBEEB
lliv atti'iitiuii ul nlviTtitrr. ii
Cllltal to « .Uliallllg  ll'itl'f «l the
IimiI ol tlm i-lnnrul columni ul
The El|»*M, Hut   chinKM 11/ .I'l*
& ti-rliia-niiiiiU mint In- io tin* hands
5 nl llie printer not liter lhan WM* f
■    * ■ 1.    ol . ■* 1    aa**, .  to •mure f
i publu«ti"ii    Piiiiluily no tint
t nmi Imm tlm rule will bt mtde,
BPfeectfff-B*paftPfatanffi*-**a*>iM
bought    the    hniise    lor    Htltal
purposes.
Miss Mint.iv. whose home is 1
at Sooke, Yainntivn Island.and
who has been visiting at llu
residence nl Mr. and Mis   Ah\
munii*. uii.it 1 lourtcen yeare ot
age sii.ill he allowed   upon    I tic
streets, anlaee accompanied  oe
auiliuii/ttl bv  paiuils ur guardians.
Iln   board d  works   held   a
Philip, returned to her home oa'protracted eenrfoa on Ifcaraday
Thursday. I evening, wreaUing ertth tai pn*
The I.nnsdale .ivi    vvh.itl    li.ts I '.ilclii ol tht  pcUlKMU oll llli   lor
been repaired ami strengthened improvements anrtst tin   loenl
by the city.    An ait light In. improvement hil.iw      Iiu siv-
also been placed .it  tin  i 1 eral projectn wUl be ennted out
landing, flirting a decided im  in  rotation,  m  un   ordet la
prnvelllettt wlinli Uny wele leviivitl
Keilh mail,  wesl of the Cap       Tin  Contract lot the miislruc-
ilann, has in. 11 receiving  some tion .*i tin  provincial  goum
attcnltnn ul I., 11. with .1  vieu   meal   wii.iti  nl   I'ini"   huptit,
of    ellliiin.iting    snlne     nl     (bl    Was ,,w aided )t sit id.1)    t"    1:11
trouhlesniiu lulls that abound Wealholme   l.umiHt  Company,
along lis western extrnnitv Limited, "■ V nini 1,1      It is 1 tn*
J, Coopm Ki ith  a,1 Y.nnoii  s.nin imu tlmt has tin contract
er, reielillv purtlms.d tin *A-i*M,lur giaumg   .nnl   planking   tin
A .lap, 11.lined R   Kadiohora
•*. lio has some six  Japs 111  his
tiitploy, and who relused 10 pay
1 11 government revenue tax,was
summoned to appear belore I he
reeve,   bul   as   Mr.   Madiokora
was rmdy to pay when he ar-
rived  111  response to tlu   sum
moils,  proceedings were slaved
and the laxes plus costs tn da It
bund their way Into thn pro
vindal coffers.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^       Mr. Bowden and lamily   "ill
The Mav Dsi  telelnation ta. 'move to town shurtly and will
morrow gives every pnxnisi ol j reside on mth street. Beat Kulg*
proving a conspicuous  iucctss. < way avenue.
hall ol lot y/ta, group 1 Port
Mnoilv, at .1 hgun whith would
indicate that ptites 111 tlmt Inisv
town .it' not lisseiiing So
savs the  Ni vv   tt 1 stniinsti 1   l',.|
iiinbian.
The ll C, I-: R  Co   are sa
tending ilu-ir linen lo 11.1 ting
townsite.     A new   Inn- is also
lo   Im-   built    out    Wistiiitiistti
road Irom nth avt mn    Vaacot
lii       The 'llll  .nt lltu   Is     'I    *
to be extended  tO Pert   Drive
making I new  belt 11 in
North Vancouvei lound .1 pro
lllinellt plan  III lhe |Ut-i   list ol
thc   recent   Vancouvei   horn
sIlOW .     I„|ail       Cl.lllll,      UW IH   I
John Lawson, Capilano, having
soured sn nnd pn/r in Int ilass
l.adv   Cl.nrl   ;s a   st .itiil.iin
mare, ri'cenilv Imported It Mi
Lawson Irnin Ontario,! hen s|n
captured thirtv lust  pri'is   in
five inunties adjacent to Toroe
to.
sti.1 Is ill ihe not lium town
Th, C P R   In I'l .ui import.mt
sab* oi real 1 stati le \ aaconvsi
on \\ttltiisti.i), l.ting prop.; ,
I) illg siiillh nl '/111 ave. alld Wtst
aai Uranvilh 1 he nsult*.
i.n a \.a, ded expectations, t v, 1 v
• I. al  In mg sold       'lhe lolal values amounted to Si;;,'"«i
Kegtstr.it Shepherd will hold
., court "i revision Honda]. en
tin- Ritliiiimid vnln's list.
At   the  preliminary    hearing
under the Information   against
Dl. I liolll.r \ tim 1 hi Id 111
Valiiouver, on i'hiirsd.iv, only
tin   i \ lilclli»   lot   lilt   proseiutlol)
w.is rabmitted, tin defence resitting thill i.l'hilit lot the
Inglm court Counsel lor lhe
Iclence elicited  tin   tdmission
Irmn tin  wttmss im  th,   prom
.'i!i"ti thai el  had been
I     Illnlll'V     ftiilll
lit Vernei cion Living tin- In*
lornuliun. tm EXPRESS, NoftTti VANCOUVER, B. C.
irltem .il sewerage, and Hie   provision oi two sets of drains  in
ever} Inmso.''
1 ant, etc.,
.1. W. BALMAIN, C.K,
North Vancouver, April 24.
Kditur Express
Sn.   1 have read  «hat   Ur
Henderson h.is to s,n   relativt
mil,,, (acts given by ine in mj A7rCa^pbeU Ho^
lettei "i ---sih March.    I wish In*
In last week's   issue   of   The
Express,  it  was asserted  that
who   has
rented   a   hniisc   on   ist   street
1!.",',.T"u.„'J'l,l,"',''," »*. *M« -mh*,if Uu'fi™
1 Pearce & Hope  architects.
B. HLAND
Horue Block        Lonsdale Ave.
: large cans tomatoes   25c
jlh fine butter ...'. Ji.on
Tin Kxpress is Informed  that
Missis Pearce h Hope have not
been      associated    ill    business
since last .June,    The partnership, which existed then, for a
period ni six  mouths,  has been
dissolved.
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Land ClMTisf,   -lump ami Roek
lim-lini*. In r.i rare near home*.
All immune, mai'i*  K'-od'
K M I-l." Y M K S 1       AOBNCY
anri At.. \Va-4at nt I  ■"'•■I *la*
1*11.  Una 11
[I
Transfer ■»££*
lus ou 11 experience in "the ue
sign ami execution oi main
dr.un.age work "i great luagni*
uuh " Beyond Ins ban- stall
ment, wc have nothing to go b)
Tlu following Irnin tin iiiih
report ul tin British conim.*-
sion. I'l.'S, "appointed to in*
a'tim- .unl ii port "ii methods ol
treating and disposal    oi   sen
age," and "presented to both
houses oi parliament by command oi Ihs Majesty" sufficient!) dispoKl ol his assumptions.
Sepal.ilt and C*uillillletl System ol Sewers, .'ol. In recent
a 1 .ii *. llu i'i   bas I't'tli .1  ttililclKV
in i.iva.r ilu adoption "I xpai
ale si wiis to Cany what is 1,il-
led sm late water, ami some lo-
tal authorities have obt,iitted In
means   ul   local   .ms.   special      j,^   Alfxamicr &  T()W11S.
powers enabling them   to   call . ^ |UWM Uml  Mr
npon    frontagers   In    private T;,wnsk,v*, inu.rcsl in thl. firm
sutt.s to lav down two sewers h>(S b(,l,n .)lir,lws,(, ,,v Mr. Rus.
111 *'lu' 0| ',",u  ,    , ,   ,.„       sell  1-:  liacnnghten, and that
1,1 ""  Publu heaUJl   '"'   '"tlie Bra will in future do busi-
\**\ ■"■""J  (, ■   ,'.'  vl'l,,M   ness under the style ol Alexan-
dealing with this subject, was ^ & M,K     ,„,„, wll0 wlll av
originally included   bm it was Mnm, ~\ ri.s,,„nSil,iliiics of the
omitted during  tin   passage   "'| ,,„, |irI11 [rom Mav lst, l4„4.
ilu- lull through parliament,      	
In aim  opinion   lhe   cases   'u I
which th> provision ol .1 sepat-\ Vj.rtr.fk VAn<<nriu<ir
ate system can proper!) beJMt   ^OTTII VaiN OUVCr
llnd alt  rare, and it appeals lo
us iimt tin- relative ments  ol'
the  sepaiate alld i nlllblllcd  sv s
tiiiis liavi imt alwavs been su-
ih.n-iiilv considered
It   is obvious lhat   tin   piiavi
stun ui two svsteins oi sewers!
and   two   si Is   nl   lnill.se drains I
vtottid .tiv l.ogilv increase thei
initial    .niii,iv    011   drainage
works, thi t\.n 1 amount ol ie ]
.ti.isi  depending oa local   ur-j
i lllllst,itlus.
It    sums   gtiltiallv    In   havi
1) advocates "i
ilu separati system that the
liquid brought down b) sm fact ■
wati 1 sittiis is sufficiently pun
to mnl tu. purification, and lurther, lhat bj excluding this
water irom lhc ordinar) sewers
a Hills li smaller aria ol land 01
liltets, as iln  .ast  may be. will
.iiiilu loi iln purification nl tin
ivvag,.
Niiiini .ai these assumption*
is allog) lim  instilled.
ini As regards tlu t.ises in
whii li iln adoption ol ■ separati lysleni i"t mrfaci watei
ma) be allowed ere mat rdet
io tin- evidence ol lit fowler,
th tt'atson ni'i Ut. Uilkiiison
ilu .1 gentlemen have had considerable expi lli me and tjn v i \
'd thi '■ iiw iimt  in  largi
towns ihe sepat.iti  system   is
lhat   m   iitl'.ni
ii ts a combined system is
i'   suintatv   and   ii "li
"inn.il grounds, atul that onlv
in   ii iiiiii v   dislrn ts.
and suburban arias where there
is hub ttalln and vvliett the
-ml.m w.ilit will ind In vuv
inui, in.i\ the separate system
somi lopted with id
t.iltl age.
With these vnvvs we generally
COnCUr,   atl'l   Vie   lllillk   it   Vt "lllal
In- llliwis,   l.i iniilii  oll all local
authorities pout i '" 'ill"''
I ."ii "i iln    eparati    sis
Hankin & Harding
decorators  painters
PAPErHaNcers
GR/\iriERS* MIARBLER6
North Vancouver,   -   B.C.
P.l.t Sun  UW Ioa..ai.iF c.
Op»«.llr SI. *,,'. Oi.ir,, Vl.,.
Cnrtnye, Ueniovals,
Parcel Delivery,
Storage
ON        I'l    V-     \-l'l   K        IIIRVIB
Telephone
MM Mf. NEAR WHARF
M|ht Calls 13.
COAL
COAL
NEW WELLINGTON OnI
lirrii frnin iln* niinei.
I'lnr,. tinir urili-r. now (lid
*.,*, tin* t ■ anr mntfr'l aiiiiplv
I nrfii ihipmra'a uill »rritf
in n I.'* Jut". Hru-f. rifht.
Ure-* inijply ol WOOD
■ilwav. on htnd    ....
P.  LARSON
llotfi Noi tli Vancouver
1   Telephone No. 2.
TKANS1-KK OF LICENSE
Take notice that thirty days
alter date, I intend to apply to
F. S Hussti, Superintendent nl
liovincial Police, lor a transfer
nl the license ol the Moodyville
Iiniii, held by me, to Tom
ll*mill ul Norlh Vancouver, in
ilie Province ol British Columbia. The Moodvville Hotel is
situated at Moodyville, on lot
\o .';;. group one, Ne* Westminstei distrnt.
Dated   al   M Ivvtlle, B. C,
this loth lay ol March, A.I)..
i'i
Signed, ANNIE M. MSB
JOB PRINTING
Ii' vmi irt liiiH-i-il of any Lndpp
Stationery, rocli as By-Laws,
Lettei Heada, KnvelopM, etc., or
ii v.iii ri-i|iiire Rillhendi, State-
I'rogrtEDtnea, Invitations,
\\ * :iiii- I'liliincts, 1'amphlets,
Rookleta, ReoeipU, Posters,
Dodgen Monns. or anything in
tin- printing lui", si-nd your order
in In llu- otlici-. Thl work will
In. tir-t-i-ia-s and tin- (iricos will
right.
IIII EXPRESS
PROCLAMATION
His Worship Mayor May has
been pleased to recommend that
the afternoon ol Saturday, May
first, be observed as a public
holiday, in order that an oppor-
tunitv may he given all citizens
to participate in the Mav dav
celebration. Hv command,
THOMAS SHEI'HEKI).
Citv Clerk.
Mm to Contractors
TF.N'nKKS WANTED
SEU.ED TEN nKRR marked "Tend-
ft-Thifd    Strrt'l   Mai-i'lamiiing   anil
si.li'avilk.," will tie received by the on* I
dersigned up tn 8 o'rlock p m. nn Mon*
iff trie 3nl dny nf May, lWiH, lor |tradiii([ I
draining, hniilfvaritingaii'l raai-adami**
mg Third Siren from Malum Avi-nu** to'
It, Darid'! Avenue,  and (or laying to
grade a mlemilk nn the mirth aide, .ml
'iin-triiitinga 8-(t.aidewalknnIhamuih |
-iiii- ol etitl portion of raid atr-wt, 4.1W0
leet nr llierebv.
Pratt ing., Speeiflration-, Form, nl
Tender and General  Conditiona ol Con*
trart  may be obtained ai the ■ i!.., nf
the I ity Engineer.
Each Bona Ml Tender ini'.t lie ar* |
inpanied hv a marked cheque payable
to the ''ity Treasurer Inr ft per rent, of
the amount of the lender, mnl the .ur*
wU tenderer will he required In pro*
ide approved -.i-rnriti,*. to iXecUle I
'■ond (or the (aithlul ('"inplelion ul the
•nnlrarl.    Cheqneani uuniii'e.pful nn*
lerera will l*» returned  tu theni after
lie foiitmi-t   and hnnd   have   been el*
tented.
The lowest nr any  lender nnt   invee*
unit »,, i-pinl.
THOMAS SIIEIMIEHI),
Citv CWrt
('ilv nt North Vaaruiiver. Hi'.,
' 1Mb April, I'ii"
In the Circle of
your Acquaintances
thprp may bp many ranged
and marripd people, It 1- a
hundred to on? tln-ir engflgc-
nient, or wedding, rinp was
bought litre, bpcausp hpre is
where the greatost varip-v of
High dais Jewellery is
shown, and when- one can
always rply upon getting
good value for your money.
Wt have a fine line
of gold and silver
watches, brooches,
chaini, etc.. and precious stones
GRASSIE & CO.
318 Cambie Street
r
u&S
VANCOUVER
VS.
ABERDEEN
Sunday, Nay 2nd
3.30 |).m.
<**gyww»i IIBIHllll IBWim-wu
RECREATION   PARK
NORTH
VANCOUVER
The  Terminal City Band will give a Concert on the grounds
commencing at I p m.
Come Early and Avoid the Crush
General Admission 25c.     Grand Stand 25c.
1 [IKS ll li
frill rant^e of Sutton's
Famous Seeds
Rolled Oats
Flour
Haij and Teed
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MAY t& BURNS
Cove-hill's Barley Flakes- the
latest breakfast loml. Try a
packa^i":   15c	
Al I  ORDERS
DELIVERED
iheBrackmao-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdale  Avi'niir.
at Frrry  LandinK
Ham  Milcbi'll, local niariHt-.-r
REAL  ESTATE AHD
FISANCIAL AGENTS
Lot? 14, lo and 16, Block 23. I> L 273
Price. *3(K)0-1 cash; bal. 6 A 12 mos.
This is the best corner in D.L. 273
•l*'l*^.*^l-»^M*'>^^M*^M*M*>A»MM»^*>A»%^^*^a^l-"^*^^
WEST HALF 787
Thli il bj far ,itnl away Uip ln-st Imv on the nmr-
ki-t it preient 100x133 tot,!! 1326. TERMS—Cufa
>.'■'■; biiiDoe,|35 qairterly, iii  ptr omI iotemt,
tot I vii-w iIiim' lul-ciin'l lip boat Why 33 foot lots
ire telling alongside it nmi prioe. Not 16 minutes
from Loiisdiili' ive car. Over RXi |icr cent profit here.
Only afi-w lots left.
ALEXANDER SMITH, Real Estate Agent
'phone 24
P, 0, Hox 50
4  GOOD BUYS 4
QVABTKS ACK1-: in uiliiv.i-
tinit, too yardi from l/itudalc
i.n      1750, lvisv linns.
DOnil.l-; C0SNKU, 1 block
irom Loudalc, lacing mth.
IjOO, Cash |W0 Ibilanii' in
6, 13 and )X iiioiitlis.
I, ACKl-'.S ursl nl Cainlann
at faffl,
oits.
2 ACRES on l.'iusil.ih* ,iti*iitn*
liall blink Irnin rar Uriiiiitns
5*|iii>ii. Caslt flooo, HalaitiT
in b, 12 and IN montlis.
Jack Lodtbt
V
;tl I.nnsdali* Avrniir, (bctWten Ifld and jrd Slrifts)
Tclepbone A8t). THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C
IE till
At the adjourned meeting of
thc eity council, held Monday
evening, there were present
Mayor May, presiding; and Aldermen McRae, McNeish, P'ck
and Schult?..
A letter Irom the hoard of
trade, enclosing a resolution
with regard to council granting
a street end or other suitable
site lor the location of a wharf
and slip for the transportation
of freight cars across the Inlet,
was received and it was resolved to request the couiniittee to
meet the council on Monday
evening next.
A letter (rom F. Cummer, re
blasting of stumps near his
property, was referred to the
board of works.
Letters from Sir Wilfred Laurier, Hon. Win. Teiiipleinan.and
R. L. Borden, acknowledging
receipt ol resolutions, were filed.
A letter (rom Robert Ward,
Limited, declining to agree to
the building of a road along the
east bank ol MacKay creek, on
the local improvement plan,was
filed.
City Engineer Hanes submitted a report upon Lonsdale ave.
wharl, to the eflect that, in
making the recent repairs, it
had been ascertained that the
teredos had destroyed the floats
beneath the present landing
stage. The wharf should be extended an additional eighteen
leet; a new float should be constructed at once; the landing of
the lerry steamer St. George
should lie placed in line with the
centre line of the wharf; the life
ol the new float woultl l>e four
or five years, before which time,
requirements as to a permanent
wharf will be clearly defined;
suitable waiting rooms should
be constructed on the wharl; the
tost would lie as lollows: Cost
of new float, fMw cost ol the
waiting rooms, S2500. The report was laid over lor lurther
consideration.
Two plans of subdivision, (or
parts ol D.L. Mf>, were relerred
to the city solicitor.
A bylaw, authorizing the raising ol a temporary loan of 5n>,-
000 on the ferry.was given three
readings.
. A stiili-iiient of account, totalling S-Sdo.hs, from the Diplock-Wright Sawmill Co., lor
logs lor thc lerry wharf, was
ordered paid. ,
Thc board of works reported
upon the advisability of securing anchors, to hold the wings
01 the Ierry slip in place. Two
anchors were in sight, one
weighing looolb and the other
9Mb, which could Ik- bougiu
lor fe.5 and 552 respectively, '.c-
lerred to a committee, coiiipr..,-
ing the assistant manager, the
captains ol the ferry steamers,
and Aid. McNeish.
It was resolved that council
meet again Wednesday evening,
and thai the committee ,ip
pointed by the ratepayers to incorporate a joint stock company
and to prepare a bylaw to authorize lhc changing of the ferry to a limited liability company, be requested to report as
to the progress made.
The waterworks lommiltee
wu empowered to act in the
matter of a telephone for the
caretaker of th,* si stein,
The city clerk was authorised
lo purchase certain law books,
to colt 1411
The board of works was instructed to repair Keith road
within the city limits. The
district council will bi- requested to place thc cemetery road
in good repair.
The streets regulations bylaw
was given three readings.
Mayor and council were invited hy the district council to ,n
company the partv which would
proceed with Premier Mcllride
and his colleagues, to the opining ol Seymour creek bridge,on
Monday next. Accepted with
thanks.
FKBKY MATTERS
Editor Express:—
Sir,—I havi- been lollowing
very closely thc procedure In regard to the formation of a joint
stock company, to take over
the assets of the ferry service,
and while the principle is com*
Uiendable, there exists a grave
doubt in the minds ol many
electors as to the desirability of
certain of the details,
There have been five men
chosen by a public meeting to
undertake the direction ol this
company, but it is open to
serious question whither this
method represents the true-
opinion of the large body ol
electors generally. One of these
men—who was connected with
the old ferry company—has objected to every proposed improvement in the service. This
gentleman kicked at the reduction in the fares, antl, I understand, now objects to the duplicating ol crews on the steamer
North Vancouver, in order to
provide a half hourly service
throughout the day. The qualification of certain ol the other
gentlemen on this committee is
also open to question.
The question that the citizens
have to lace is this, viz:—Did
the electors vote for the Ierry
bylaw because they liked municipal ownership, or was it to
secure a better Ierry service?
For myself, it was for the better ferry service, and if wc are
going to place reactionaries on
the directorate, how much better oil we we.' I submit, sir,
that the proper course for the
council to adopt is to call lor
nominations, and to elect this
committee by ballot of the electors, which is the only means
of obtaining a true expression
of opinion.
Failing this, I have every
reason to believe that the ferrv
bylaw will be defeated when it
is submitted to thc people.
Yours faithfully,
" PERCY KING
April 18, 1909.
Late Saturday night the Capilano car went off the track, at
the corner of Lonsdale and 1st
street. It took some labor to
get it back again where it belonged.
•'^'^•^--^.^'^'^--^'^^l-V'^V.***-*^'*-'^.^-*-***'^'^!-**-'***--*
The Lonsdale
Fresh Toiiiiil'ien.Cni'iim'
hers, Riiiliilics, Hluilmrh
Banana, (rom IV per down
). aooiH
M l.,,n.di|,.   l.
iFNRYS
Heeds for the Fann.Gar
dcu, Lawn or Conservatory.   Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
I        lirniaii 111 tlii'-Mili |nri ,,l
till*   A ill. r I'lll   Ctliillllfllt
.        not lufi.1,,1 .* illi llie Niii
'        .1 ul,*    Our tree. An
\       not Inc. In bt lilinii-a-iil
Vmi,1 i,.i,*,,|ii, nllt iIhiiiii-:*
i'il   1 a"»71 ;<i;a• a n I;, la -ill.-1 r. t-
^ M. 1. KEKItV, Ve-iccini*. I.C. ■
NURSf.l«ES
$5 a Month for
30x163 ft. Lot
-»t>lendid View
-Well ftituated
—Close In
In lail good in eviry ua\
These lots, which are absolutely the iluapcsl and besl
ever put on lhe market, an
in thc west end ol North
Vancouver ,1111! nn ,1 gentle
southerly slope overlooking
the Inlet and Stanley park.
Wc don'l want you to hoy
on our word alone, let us
take you to see them, anil
you will then lully appreciate the bargain we are tillering. }J, blocks Irom proposed cariine. 525 down
and J15 every three months.
Price J150 each. Several
blocks already sold and will
lie   built  on   this  summer.
Inkster £• Ward
Phni.» 44
III lonidale tn     Norlh Vancouver
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No dealer can sell th is electric flat iron at 54.50 and
make a profit—nor can we. We arc determined, however, to quickly dispose of the limited number in stock.
You will not be able to buy an electric iron AT THIS
LOW PRICE after these few are disposed of. 52 cash
and the balance on your electric light bill will secure
one.
Apph to branch store, Granville Mansions, or to
show room, 41s Carrall street, Vancouver.
ll.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY LIMITED
.f**^>V*-%^.^a^i-*^^*>MA.**S*>*V-V^*^'^M-^'^.^i»V»
Told to Get Out
Wort- vou cvt-i ? Thin you know whal it ini-ans
in livi- in a rented limine. UV have a large ninii-
ber of flioii-i- building lots for sal**, on which we
will biiilil nni style of house, bungalow or cottage
you wish. All Vl ask is |200to flbO down and
|15 to $20 per month.
CAMPBELL iis MILLER
20") I.iinsdiile Ave.
North Vancouver
j. w. balmain iWatcrMotor for Sale
CIVIL     IM.IMI    II
IJiiiinlitv Siirtftir iiiiiI Arrliilcal
NOKTIl   VANCOIVKK.
.SETTING ILLS TOR SALE
l'lii,r,iiic'lilir,-,l White Wyandotte;
all Biiar-Hili-t-.l; (2 p.-r MtUaful
llli'l'.'.. Al." BriMHlinn IlehA.
The   Model   Poultry  Yards
w. c eisknman, prop.
Our  11:1a* Jime-a Av--., N. Vancouver
Offero are wanted for a
powerful Water Motor and a
certain amount of piping.
Same may be inspected at
the office of—
THE EXPRESS
FOR SALE
Pure White Wuinilntteii (mm Hr.l
|irim* lairali,. Kgn« lur hatching ti m
iwr aeliing Cliii-lti-n-a. I'iiIIi-i. ami
l nekert-1. Mt -i.il-. Matt my pen ol
lirtTiIrr*..
Silver S|,*,ii|*l,'H Hamburg! f200 p«r
aetting.
W. HOLDSWORTH
Oaf  luii -*i  ami Kilvmlirniaby Ki-ill)
R„iiiCur, .\,*n   t'tmmm
I
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I
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NORTH VANCOUVER
Mail*, Rat. Ch-rtti E. Ia«e*. MA
A Modern House
SIX  ROOMS
PULL SIZED LOT
FOURTH 51     I LOSE IN
Pl.iv- UNLY»2iO0
EASY    IKKMS
Haanr Iit. and tlay bojra re*
tthtti on inmli-rale inclusive
tfrim. Thr N'linnl «ill rr-opfn
X    N Monday, .l.n   llth,  I9HU.
,|. A holm* wholanliip will lwo|.
1'Tf.l al Earner Inr eompetition
bv boanlfr..
Many Handsome
Dinner Sets Given
Away!
Did You Get Yours?
Kverv user of Royal St,unl.ird Flour receives n coupon in
emit 4olb sack which entitle! the holder to a chance to win a
beautilul china dinner set. Ten arc given away each month to
the users ol this famous bread Boor,   Duplicate! of the couponi
plated in the Hour sacks are pi.iced in a sealed receptacle,   and
ten are dr.mn each month.
The winning numbers will be announced iu this space. Coin-
pare your coupons each month with thc lucky numbers as announced, aud il you Imd you hold one of the duplicates, send il
to us, and we will at otue lorward you a beautilul 109 piece
china dinner set free of all charges.
VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,    I.e.
mi; 111 uiroiiui num tiw: tanj m
STK. ST. GEORGE
STR   NORTH VANCOUVER
I.RAVI S
vancoi run
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THIS T1MK T.tBI.K SI'IUK T  Tn CRiHOI WITHOUT M1TI1K
N.V. I ish Market
III Gill
3rd strict, cair  l.onSiUlt- ave
BI.ACKSUITHING
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
Kit , BTC
Tool Sharpenini! a **|n cialty
All kiml.nl Krr.h Ki.la .ii-livrn-ililailv
Smnki'il r'nh a tmtsttt.
I'.'iiltrv. t'.tf ami Ii-veUbl«a
Our iim i. to plea*- our i-nmiimeni an
m "-nmla ami prirfi.
Cor. Lonsdale Ave. & Rth street
Phone 84
STONIY6CO
I'AINIKHS
DKORATOBfl
SIO.N WUTBU
Wallpapers,    Faints,    Varniihea,
etc . etc., etc.
117 Lonarialc Avonur
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Wc Will Not Allow Ourselves
To Be I ndi i.m 1 Id
That's DH'i'il Iiuiiii to r.iiafini*, r »l,.*n  ymi are buying anv-
liiing in llanlviair,* a,r lliii|,l,*r- *hr*l*ltf1     W.'il .ii«t.iy. nn-a-1
ihepriOM   a,l   ,|ll\    * **lll|** IIIIU   r.illlTII    111,1   lllllll*   lllllJ"ri|V   (*|
taaea mil gin* ymi a better batpla than tmi 1 an get elm-where
it..n'IIonlygiM.i- oliha UgbaHl -i.mlank ..I 'iualii,    t\,*
gnaranln' evert tli mi; Ihal ;•«- **iil a.f mir |>lnci-.    We will aavp
ymi nimiei am y.iir |mr, linia-*a.
>|inti lo-
till
Famoul
Monj-ch
lanp
Put Our Claim* to the Test
We'll Siilisjti You That We
Mi .111 What We hay
mn vavoivkk wmw\u wirm, ul
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GROCERIES
BCOJS AND SHOES
GENTS' fUhNi&H'Ncs
Sunk nnti   ttell  asviirt- .1   111
all spring 1 1
iwmiw mum
For Choice   Family  Trade.
Vour OhiIc solicited.
1
Follow llu kiddies on S.ittir*
d.iv, to Iloitutiltitr.il gardens
lollott oui .iiKlte even 1l.1t
•Hid go to tile Wist l'*nH Stole
lol groceries
In both MM vou get lull value lor your BOM)
T. HUTCHISON
Col  Keith an.I I In, M
i'i„,i,i- k:
I.niisilale Avnine and nib Sl
l'liaiue 41.
Builder,* and
Contractor*
P LARSON il   pri-pari"! to
supply
Ume, Brick,
Sand, Cement
And all  kinds of Building
Material ioqtuotitici lo suit
iini at ri-:i*"iiiiilili- pr I
—AH'I.Y—
HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVEI
nuraofi No. t.
Having Your Teeth Fixed
was, at one lime, a ier\ painlul o|*er.ition.       With some
it is still painlul       Not   o, however, al the Hoston   Dint
Iati,      Vl haw -all llii  latest   ei|tiipmitit   known   to   the
modem dentist.      It is nmre like
\ Pleasure to bave lour Iteth TUed
by our dentists lut .him tiny are all eaperienced men. Wc
make no charge lor examining your teeth and would lie
pleased to look iht-m over at any tune.
HAS OUI PRICES,    THKV NI-Vl-.K CHANGK
Full set  ol  teeth  J8.00
Rridge work, per tooth   500
Gold crowns       5.00
Gold lillings           1.00 up
I'latuia Idlings      1.00
I-.xtii-uling        50
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.,
Dr. 4. R. Baktr, Conviltinq DentUt
PI BaaUagi Bt faawtwi
Hunts •> a 111   to b p 111 Phone 2279 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
THE EXPRESS
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BRING tl I  rt MORDEN
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Sua rH Van u * i k, April jo, lyut.
A NOTABLE VISIT
'llii approaching viait ol Pre
inui   ta, r.i hit.  Chiel  Couiuiia-
sionei ol Lands and Works I'a)
lor, and possibl)   other  uiein*
l,,i- ol ;iit   provincial  govern
mini, «liiili is mi loi aionda)
next, Wa) jrd, under the an*
pin*, .a in, diatrict council, is
an event which on the one hand
mil .iiiuiil the higheit gratih
cation i" tin ratepayer! and re*
siiuin** *ai both .uv .iini district
, illll   l\ llllll   nil   till     utile)     b.um
mil ii..nl.tb ss accomplish all
that i- needed to plan nu i .i
un louiniunii) mi tin north
snore in its nyliuul plan, in
perspective ul tin govern
num.
llu* lol in.il Opening ol llit in ni.
steel   initial   acroai   Seyuioui
atxk will  c ol iln Icalurcs
,i in, occasion, ainl wkile lii^u
n mii resting tai all mio attend,
n it;;: duubllesa [Wove p.itinu*
iai it gratilyug to ibe pieniiii.
ii is uiiiiiist i. ii.is long
irong idvocali oi nu
iiuUdiug "i steel stuiittiia
niiiiiiii|Mitiii.s, nut un opening
ni be)iieiiii tink bridge will la
uu mst lunction fi uie kind
uliui, li, has attended, whicli
mil enable Imu lo su in.
thu.ms in tins regard carneu
tu completion, ibis is ilu* cum
ea iln reason that North \ at
muiii dislriel is ilu Ural in iin
piotiiiu tii build bridges "i ihis
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unt   council,   tii.iim    lu   null    mailers,    concerning
nhn ii negotiation ■ liavi all
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A li m.j iinin ilu thnl minims*
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lisirict in tin r.i.,i nitiiii.
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uilli ti it ii nu   to tin   toi
iimi ui roads     Nut tb \ aacou
ul    i '    l.itul ll'll      l,isi
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Il.i .   pn I :
pointed   out   that   iln   <li 'ii> i
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lhat iiii •  i Is havi   ul
-.ii means "t .miss lo gov>
i iiniii rn.il I.oi.I - l\ ing   i.i wnnl
lUll It     IIU   plaal llll l.li    llllllll \
. * j*. ndi 'l  on  ilu -■!   roads,
Ugh   tln\   .ill   loads a,|  lh.it
all.II.It III      It llllll       ,111
usuall    hi ivil)   subsidized   bj
.. :al      Willi,   , \pi Iiill
idirabh amount
ban  bun iii.idi ul Iati  ni   'In
a i i,\ ihe government  and
nnt', noi
utilized  It li nevei Ihelcsi
:■      at   lh.lt   tin
* ,     mplt)
..I  11 authorized t" tlati    lo
i hi .iiii'iiiti! thai piu-
portioH "I the rost of roads
i built by the district, which, nude] ordinary conditions, ihould
have been provided by tin- government This fact, together
wiih tin in.my natural advantages enjoyed by Uu district for
residential purposes, ensuring
steady inllttx oi population upon
the construction ol Komi roads,
sliould prove sufficient to favorably dispose the government to-
•i.nii liberal treatment ol  the
diitrict  la tins repaid
It would appear probable that
advantage will be taken ol the
uppui mini) in dismiss upon the
ground, the purchuc of the lo-
t.,l Indian reaenrei, Eaevc He-
Naught intimated upon Ins return liaain Ottawa that be had
taken up ilns matter with the
dominion government, and had
secured iheir acquiescence la i
stluim, whereto] i certaia portion oi the purchase price would
lav paid the Indians in cash, the
lands lo bc sold lo the public
in auction and the remainder,
above the percentage relerred to,
to bc mu'sit'd ior the benefit ol
the Indian*,, so long as there
remained any claimants on the
same. Should the last claimant at U]  Unit disappear,   the
ownership of the luml tu be decided by adjudication ai between tin- dominion aim tin-
provincial government, .mst
tvli.it tin* attitude oi tin- provincial government is toward
tins solution, has imi been publicly declared, bat It is reasonable to suppose that Un mailer
will not be lost sight of, at the
approai king conference.
A must enjoyable termination
ior tlu day'i proceeding! would
result, il ihe proposition which
lias been made, to hold a ptllilii
lunction in the lorm oi aa  in-
loiuial banquet in the evening,
Can be carried into effect. Nol
only would such I liuiilloil   be
valuable from s social point ol
Mew, bill, by being brought into tii ise relationships under suili
condition! with i large body ol
Uu intelligent electorate ol
North Vancouver, the memotri
ul the government might have
suitably impressed upon theni
iln [act, ib.a the local constituency, as al present constituted
is most iins.iiisi.Himi,.md that
tin Nnitii Shore of Barrard In-
let has now attained that position which renders it in the inti rests oi good government thai
she he made a separate , imstil-
in iu t. with the privilege ol i
member tO represent lur interests in thc house.
TENDERS are invited up to
6 p in  mi Monday, Mav   i ith,
hu   installing  hot   ,nr  healing
apparatus (Tilden, Gurney  or
Mill.in pun rred) la hall.
I'.ittitiii.iis as to requirements
mav in obtained [rou Mi   I
I.   Kiiin ,  i.slh street.
The lowest or ali\   tender not
nice Hariri accepted.
SYDNEY TYLER, Sn.
ARRANGEMENTS  FOR   1404
Maj 19  Dance
Mai .'i  Publii dame
July i  PL-owe) show
Si pt 17   Exhibition, promenade
1 oiiti tl in 1 tilling.
Sept   18  Exhibition, dance in
1 \1i11ng
(itt   13  Damn
llu     I     Dalit 1
nnil
.tan      Poultry show
I).iii ul lecture! will be published   as   arrangements   ire
tu nl'
Pioneer
Bakery __
S. H. Walker,  •   Proprietor
H I daily delivered
to ||| pill   "I ibr citv.
a tn Ih ,<l
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TRY OUR MILK BREAD
lib,ll GRADECAKI
PASTRY, li'
PIONEER BAKERY
iiiosi s        71 Lonsdsle A\e
SILDEii   rURBAY   CO. I ] ,
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4th and M   A inti  Wl
Improve I.
C.ish |j. son, bil nn • i" 11
Price $4,000     •    «
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I   THE   LONSDAH.   PHARMACY    j     ]    R,,k< . Shovels, Hon, SP dei, Forks, Spatiine
X   CORNER LONSDALE AVfcNL'E AND 8ih STREET    ,K
i     Forks, Wheelbarrows, and  everything  ihit  is
I OPEN FOR  BUSINESS j   j
made lor use in the garden
Prioei as Low 11 Vancouver citv prion
(iivii n*t a triul du your
rn-xt l»iiu: order,
Wi- oan Sa\i  Vmi Money,
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¥ Cornel Lons la ■   \ *   *   and Sth Strei t •:•      \
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1.1. ik (in! ttt ii j
ilmilwi"*:;  :
ill kinal- ol \l>*i 'ii iiii'l Intiqae I urni-
iiiri-. -ta.r.., mii,*,*. Hunk ind lo-  I Is-
mn-.   i;"|u'i n| in in! ii. branch-*!
nt Tsini n. v., m ' ia.*. ■'. a.i 1, ii-i.ii*
l)|.|..,.'|      -all..,.,
\l ill nlll'l'ii- ,-:*.■■!. i"..i, 1*' all
What about 1 new Garden Hum- '.'
We bave just whal yi u are looking for. Outf own ipeoial brand
to siiiiiii th,. hi*nv\ water iireiiura
we havt- here. We guarantee
every fool ul it. Ll y m ure loo
buiy i" gel down ton n oall us up
mi  ihr phone uml we will send
\ mi any irtii It dn approval,
• di*
Ladies'
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THI UTISI PMUKSS
Stvlish creatitms bl   skill'
milliner*; Irnin  Ni-vv Yo>k  an.!
Parisian models.
The Newest Shipes trimmed
tn Invelv  i-fli'i is  mnl  .it   prii ei
that place tin-Hi within the reach
of thc nuid'Tiiti* purse.
Ready-to-wear
Goods
Blouses, Honary, eti
in lirge eirietyi the 1st) -1 n   li -
and at right prices.
NORTH VANCOUVKR BUYERS
should examine our ofcrings.
Moore's
1MB llll SI
149 Hastings St., t.
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Paine   ®, McMillan
Tht   Pioneer   Har*_w.ir.
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Heinz's Sweet
Mixed Pickles
 in bulk	
'I he tin- *-i ni.iale. Sp
ippetistra
35c. per
Quart
All lines ol high-grsdi limil*
grocerii - ,it right prii *
C.R.I1ICKMAN
Lomdald Ave and Bth -1
LOOK AT THIS *
66 hj  11: leet Double corner, close to city limits
Good iii.nl don lo this property,    Mrs
CAPILANO ACREAGE: N-.n nm botd, .it
second canyun, tn 5 acre blocks .it Sion per icre.
\'.f-\ inin*..
■*aa loot lot mi ud street. Ck>* to caiiiac Pine
view,   J750    1 : t.i sh, li.il.iiui* ii .md i) mm tha,
C. E. LAWSON
Kl-'.AI. BSTATE SPECIALIST
!,onsdile Avenm Phone 7"
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Iron Bedsteads   *
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* Princess Dressers
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Chifionkn       \ .,..*,*,ni ship-   SSCOJCJIIOfl fCii
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Ma tings C"::J: Linoleums
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White Oxford
SHOES
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M NY I*AN' like 1    mm n■ ■
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NEW CLOTHES
Espt-eiilly wln*n .1 celebration
A MU wit llwavi looks -.iiiiiiI    "-''i" np
A new pair ol p.mls    S';  up.
A new pair iii -iiaiis   li ti|)
or possilih a nut i-uli ul stockings    Joe, np,
N'nu will ttntl sll ihi il       ill   I ' 1 ii        l   arietj snd in all
aim     Vou ith, ill .1 1 1  11 a a • I' re*
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CUMMINGS
Gmt1! Clothing,       1'nrniibinpi       Men'i,   Undies', ind
Hunt-,mal Shoes.
NI-'.XT TO Ri'KNS' HEAT UASKBT
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A* 20c and 25c a yd 50:*6Pc sq. yard 5;
I TNG Niinii u\«h\ik mi mmm
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Store.   Lor. 2nd& L-nsdale  •
iMay Day Bulletin?
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;\,,l, I      fit 1.nn  mil lim nl tin lollowing It \ .111
couver prices, and in some cues cheaper,
l.,,,li,..' Went .md Drj Goodi:
• Noti spui.ilK mu Kiiuonus .11 I2.90
1              Selected pnttera punt** it 10c, value 15c.
0 llliss j; ll all WOOl  l"l  .V'i
1 Str.111  li.it-* Ii"in 151
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• Hints' Kumishings, ivirything .1 IhiIIoiii pricei;
1 Su mir suuituei underweni .11 $1 per suit
• Shuts f 11 un  sm
q      .1,lulliti'   1'oiin .iii'l inspnt .iitiihs.   Practically
.il intu nun priii'.
? DRESSMAKING ON THE PREMISES 0 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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IMPORT ANI   NOIICL TO OWNERS  AND INTENDING  PURCHASER* OE
Nor ^Vancouver Properties
"HARBOR VIEW TRACT" in City
Wi r,iki- i.lis iiuasimi to thank mil main patrons ami clients
im iln* peal success Attending our sale ol Uu  Harbor   lim
Trail.    Wi' Ii.im* DO* aold -.: lots ami havi* ut  in ulier ibout
tin* sailii- nilliiln-r al the prices ami terms as quoted in mtr lirst
priu- list, vi/: From m;s BACH AND 1 P, on terati ol  oaa-
lotirlll i.isl), hai,nm   in i>.  I.' ami  |8 liiulilhs.
Ilisproli.ililftli.il .tliii llii si- havi*   been   ditpOMd   ol   lilic
])rii't-s will be idvanced on the remainder ol tin- property,    Wi
ripiisi'iii tin* owner as soli* sgenti with written initrnctioni to
sill ami mi i'ini ihliur am ul ihi- unsold   luts   at a liniment's
notice.
Agents who ii.ivc a demand lot good cloie-in North Vancouver city lots will pleaie lak ■ ii ■ lico.
Map*., price lists, .unl nuilur particulars will In* forwarded
on application,
Intending purchaser! who cannot conveniently call during
ollice hours will pleane ' lepliotu us for an appointment my
evening.
FOR  SALE
Intending purchasers o( choice icreagc west oi ihe Capila-io
or in uy othei pan i.i the District will profil greatly by ion
suiting mn large .md ix-iiisiw list before ncgotuting i a   pur-
iliasi elsewhere.
This baling tin .omi;i year ol our ntabliihinent in business
in North Vancouver we are lahoroughlj posted alto tin- various
properties that mav be ollered lot s.ik- and their values.
We are the sah-* agents loi i auinbet ol estate! la North
Vancouver dty ind diitrict and havi ■ eery good list oi pro
pertiea foi sah- at pricei which wain prevailing ia mo; ami 1908
during the period oi financial .la [Mimfiin, aad as ve ue now ap
parently on the eve ol ■ period <•( gwat prosperity we roaaider
tin present time ven ( (or investors to iii.iki- a si-hi-
iinii a,i North Vi tun n-.ui property belore the greater period of
activity sets in.
Capilano Acreage and City Lots Wanted
Well situaU-d city lots, liloiks ami acreage, and will siiiiat
nl dose in acreage iu tin- district, particularly wait ol the Cap
ilano, and within one mile ol llu- watei fronl. Wl haw a large
list of clients, and special facilities lot negotiating sales where
the prices arc right. Wl advertise \uur property without COll
to you if you give us the sole agency for a reasonable pi nml
of time. Our past records demonstrate our successful im thuds
in negotiating sales, and we propose greatly extended operations and a large expenditure along strictly modern lines of advertising.
We have representatives in several advantageous part! m
Canada, United Slates and Great Britain.
It will pay you to list with us lor quick sale il ymi liau ,m\
property to ofler.
ESTATES  MANAGED
Non-resident owners of property in Norlh Yam ouver who
are unahle to give personal supervision to the management ol
their estates arc requested lo correspond with us, being the oldest duly incorporated Coinpanv with its headquarters 111 Ninth
Vancouver, and being financially responsible in every respect,
wc can give the .best as-uranies possible thai business will be
conducted along lines as accuralelv and surely as anv banking
establishment throughout the country.
FOR RENT
Wc have a good list of lottages and houses lm rent in choice
localities in the city of North Vancouver, and shall be pleased
to show any ol them to intending settlers.
Builders of houses in North Vancouver will do well to fool
over our list ol choice lots and blocks suitable (or building purposes.
IRWIN &, BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(IiienipiMia,1 \ 1'  1906, under ihi 1 ompanie
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street
Act iisiji .md Amending Acts, with chief place of business 111 North Vancouver, ll.C
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Telephone 15
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ilher   side
One 01 tin- revelations ol thi
past month in the development
ol the Alaaka-Tttkon-racltlc 1 \
liiisitioii at Seattle, has been llu-
sudden appearance of two buildings, mie ol them among Ule
largest on lhe grounds, mar the
music pavilion, on lhe lelt lidi
ol Rainier vista, at the loot ol
' the ciiiiri nl Iiiinui. The ti\a*
structures Netted lo arise as 11
by magic, and a lew dayi allc*
they were lirsl obacrved, llie eii
tire frame-work was in plan.
and scores ol workmen wen
buy with exterior aiiii Interioi
blushing. The workers on th,
exposition grounds, who had
supposed  that  all  OJ  the largi
buildings wen- already con
structiil, hastened to Inquire
about the new .buildings, and
learned that they are ihe Caiia
diali government building, and
tilie Grand Trunk railway building.
Ciii.ida has erected on lhe A
V    P,    grounds  1   handsome
building lhat   mil   contain    as
large aa exhibit as suiue uf the
main exhibit palacea, ami there
lias aire,id\  arriied l.n  the dis
pla\, a shipment ul several eai
loads, containing the exhibit ul
Canada   at   the   l-tallco-lfritisli
exhibition at London last sum
titer. This .shipment will lorm
the nucleus of the Canadian
display, bin the Canadian com-
missiotn-r has gathered Irom
throughout the dominion, and
especially [rom British Columbia, a complete exhibit oi the
agricultural, mineral, timber,
and fisheries rusouncs of the
country.
Canada will make a strong
feature of the facilities ul her
lands for dairying purposes,am'.
will be a strung contender in
the live stink show, which will
be held at the expusitiuii in September, and will be tin- largest
live stuck exhlbitiuli ever gathered in the west. Canadian
breeders ol high grade Stock
have alieadi made numerous
entries Ior this event, and will
lhe entriis lium thiol the line.
The Canadian building mil Incompleted in a da) 01 so, leai
mg a mil month tor thc instal-    h,
welcomed, There has been but
slight interest in llu pasl paid
tu aquatic spurts, and il is hop
ed tii rekindle enthusiasm therc-
l.t111 ni ul exhibits.     The build
mg occupies une ui tin* choiceit
sites  1111   tile   lair   giuiuials,    i*
peii.iliy in regard tb the view
n commands,    From the bal
Ariiesun, one of the employees of Wallace shipyards,
uas the victim of an accident
oa Thursday, when by km
means ,1 heavy timber (ell from garden  diviafooi,   plaining
The Grand Boulevard
lhe Broadest City Boulevard in the Americas
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North
Vancouver
♦
uinv  ol  th!  buildiBg,   a   sileep-  \£   W" ** - *" ^"'-^ i «'hlch lo be couipleled this Week
ingvkl ol ill,  ivpusiiiun,,,.,,   SUathcona,  al  present on   the
U.ll s
ie obtained, while lake Mash
lllglun   lies   at    tile   lout    ul   a
slope to the eastward, aad thi
l asiades luiiiii up beU'lld. Ml.
Maimer is Mini tu the sunlit
east,   and   lake    I lilun    to   iln
suuih west, with a distant
glimpse ol the Olympic! bi
Seattle's lulls. 1 In- formal gai
dens, a feature ol the landscapi
work on the exposition grounos,
lie at ilu- inui ui iln- Cucadi
inun, ami extend past tin Can
.nli,in building.     .Varli\  is llu
musk pavilion, when* tin inns,
bands ill America will plav during the summer.
The Grand Trunk building,
next the Canadian si nut ure, is
a smaller   allall,   but   verv   at*
tr.nine in deiiga, ind mil exploit tin- wonderful region which
tin*, railroad ia opauag ia Ihi
dominion.
The North Vancouvei boal
ing club piupusi holding 1 pub
lie meeting al l,.usun's hotel,
on Honda]. tta} ud, ai eight
O'clock,   with  a   view   lu  re-or*
ganiring the club.    Anyone in
terested in rowing, sailing,  ur
The timber struck hin
milt lull force icroai ilu* instep
causing painlul bruises, but lor-
tillialelv BOI breaking allV bones
lie will In   around again in   a
lew   1I.1VS.
The  water  pipes un  the   uist
side ui Queenabury aveaat will
lie in place bv  lhe end of this
week, .md it is also hoped thai
pipes on I.olisdale avenue nurlh
will be laid   within   the    s,iliu
period,
The Grand Boulevard has   ',  tenements and  business stum-  del   V- {00,000.      KoW, or H]
,,t   tires.     This latittut   take   pl.ue  just   JO years later,   it   is mer
with the boulevard.   Nothing 171,500,000, or   10   times  as
but   residemes   ul   S| 111111-  much.    The average yearly   in-
BOl'LKVAKI)   LOTS,    ALL mum value can limit tin houll    eraatt for JO vears all uver lhc
CLEARED, now ready lor sale.
Double corners 12 lots) together
SljQOj inside lots, e.uh |lOOO.
Terms' i-,*\ cash, i-l 4 months,
l-J id months; interest on deferred instalments 6 per cent.
To ensure public interest in
Ilns greal avenue, half the lots
fronting on it are ollered at the
above prices; the remainder is
reserved lor advanced rates
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.nun n nf »ny ik-m-iti'« J-mtraV   'ittrma for
'1 tt /tw-p-'ngu invix.  .   h>.id by
aU now .li nifrt.
MUNN & Co.»«»8"—^New York
Dm rr. (Iffloa*, ~ r UL. W.Jilwiin, D 0.
petus thev are put on llu  m.u
ket at S.yio per   lol   less   than
smaller lots lroiumg on    Ottl
wa Gardens" are selling il
MICKITS;    1  These lots front     Further, aa lerlainK tt North
un the liltest residential avenue  \ ainuuvir   beionies   I   uli   ol
111 Canada.    2  The boulevard, import.mu. so sural) will then
with its adjoining park, has a  luts go tu ten times ilnn  pi,
southern   exposure,   clevatiuu, sent mat kit laltu.     mis mw
|Via*, air, with more open ipatt[wil] probably be accepted when
and gardened ground lhan an\
olher pleasatici in Norlh Vancouver. A Vaiuuuver parallel
- lots Irutiitng on Staaky pari
A I.ondun parallel -luts Irotil-
ing on Hyde park 3 The hotil-
i\ird will remain permanently
I thf best   residential   avenue   in
1 North Vancouver Fashionable
residence streets ihange in uthet
uties by encroaihiiienl of small
vard during the next k yeara. dty was doubled on the average
No other resideike   annul    111 eMrv vear (ur M years.      litis
British Columbia iieqUall) pro- means lhat flO.OOO put in Van-
tected by building conditions eoavar M yuan ago would be
I   Intrinsic iinestmuit vain worth $100,000 sow, baa taxai
These are prubabli  llu cheapest Paid   in   interim.      The  larger
luts uii Hurrard Inlei t,i.l.i\  To vancottvet   growi   the   largat
give the '.milliard a good   lm N'">|1   Valiiouver   will
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i      REAL ESTATE BROKERS      I
t t
I  Agents lor
a, B, C, l'lini iiunl  I. 1 and Savings Cu.
► riiuenix l;iti Insurance Co., oi l/mdon, Eng,
v Liiei'puul ,\- London iV Olobe luaurance Co.
I The Sun Lile Assurance Co ol Canada
J Our Mr, Hicmghten will visil Prince Ruptrl am May Ith,
t, ' ind undertake comminioni it the suction wit in Van*
fe ,ouvei un M.u
t>Ji\sy»Mt*JttjMsy*t^^^
grow.
There iati be llu ibnibt lhat in
the future Nol ill Vancouver will
bei.nne as largi as Vancotiiet is
now, and when Wnimum has
iln   proportion!   ol   Liverpool,
Korth \ incouvaf mil ha larger
than Vaacoavei is al present.
A VOU Tll TIIK WlSb;   In
all Imin.m probability to baj in
it   is'cntisiilered   lhat' Ju i,,,ts   Nl,Ml1 VaiHuitut  tiuw is paral
ago lhe best tesnlellu lut*. in
Vancouver wete putihasalih ,,i
|)M 1 .nil and al  pCWttt    mst
Slu,uoo.      This )s a  lair   state
itieiit uf the average advance m
value ol Vaacoavei propert)
PtOOf 111     |8M      abutll       .'a a
Mars ago 1 the assessed vallta*
tion ol Vamuuver iin was uti
hi to laiiing 111 Vancouver an
Mats ago, Kleitru ear runs
wliule length ul bmileiaid, and
wall 1  is iiuw  being inslallid
Alsu  IM luts III dOH pluMin
III     tu    llllllll \ ,n,l    .,t    S71.1    lu
>s nh inr instills, accordiag
to pnsitinn, doable eocMn fl,-
'.-" to $1,750.
Plans, priu- lists and nther Informatio
n tin In  had liuin the
Mahon, McFarland & Mahon
OFFICIAL AC'
Corner Seymour & Pender Streets
Vancouver,      -       .       B. C.
♦+*l****X">*l***fr4i4++'K'*-M'**l-^ .].|*n THE EXPItfcSS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. t
DRAMATIC CLUB DANCB
The N'orih Vincouver dramatic lociety scored i pronounced
success, in their supper and
dance, held in the Horticultural
hall, mi Tuesday evening, The
attendance "as excellent, com-
prising fifty couple, The music
wm lurnished by Ur. Drainie,
and wai the subject oi much
favorable comment, Tin* nip-
per iv.is delightful and was arranged with exquisite taite.
Tin* stage curtain was lowered
during thc in si portion of'thi
al.iiut programme, .uid at tin
,oiufusion ni tin dance preceding tin supper, the lighti In thi
!,„i\ a,i th,. lull win' eating-
tm-nt is promised for May 6th,
to he held in .St. Clement's
hall, l.ynn creek. The programme is nude up of over 24
different items, consisting nl
tahlnaux, dialogues, charades,
shadow pictures, songs and recitations.    The proceeds arc to
uishtd as the curtain rose, dis-
playing the tables, laden with
dainties, decorated w-ith ferns
and llowifs   and   presenting   a
most  enticing picture to the
eyes oi the dancers, thoroughly
ready (or ■ rest and for refreshment. The refreshments were
provided by th< ladies and   the go into the building fund.
arrangement! wen- superintend*          . ...
■•d bv Mrs. Colin F. Jackson.
The proceedingi wen- brought to
I close at : o'clock .1.111. Thc
financial proceeds will leave a
balance on the right side when
all expenses an paid
Reg.
Xo.
NAME
Reiidence
Profession
trade or
calling
Ground
ol
1 Injection
MARTINSON* CO
Building
Contractors
LYNN CREEK NOTES
A particularly fine entertain*
Plam    and   Sprrifia-mi,ni«   Prepared
Whan thinking tt liiiildii | let 11. (irr
• 11 eptirnat"
noun flock,  uwumi ave
Orf.O. Bm Tt.  * •rth t'amonT.i.
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PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT
RICHMOND   ELECTORAL  DISTRICT
TAKI-'. NOTICE that I havi reu-ived objections in writing to the following list of names
bring retained oa the List of Voters for the Richmond Electoral District, on the grounds set op
posit) eai h name.
AM) TAKIv NOTICK that at the Court of Revision to be held on the 3rd day of May, 1909
il iln- City Hall, North Vancouver, ll.C, at ten o'clock in the forenoon I shall hear and deter-
11,im ilu* said objection! and unless tin peraoaa objected to or some other Provincial voters on
iluii behalf, Mtiafiei me that said objection or any one of them are not well founded, I shall
itrikl  tht- names nil the said Register.
this Seventh dav
Dated
April, 1909.
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
Registrar of Voters for Richmond Electoral District
US1 Uh' NAIteS UBJfcClED TU
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Acheson, Dobeon   14th atreet, North Vancouver
Ann**, l-.rstui   l-.liuruc    	
Anderson, John   Richmond    .'.	
Anderson John      l.ulu Island, Steveston 	
Andrew, T/homai      Nnrth Vamouver    	
Attsoii, Herl       Durham ave
Archibald,  Robinson       l.ynn Valley
Labourer
Farmer
Farmer    .
Farmer   .*
Gentleman
Ninth Vancouver Expressman     C
  uoodsman „..X
Armstrong, John Tlie Dam, .North Vancouver  Caretaker      C
Arthur, John Geo  Lynn \ alley,  North Vancouver Farmer     C
Atkimon, William      3rd slreel, North Vancouver ... Teamster      C
Banks, l-.liphalil       Froincr s Camp, N. Vancouver. Contractor     C
ii.uiiis, Newton      ist sui*i*i, North Vancouver .... Janitor    C
1 .'a   Hat,lulin, RoU-ri Alex        |lh street, North Vancouver .... Master Manner     C
i*. Wallet B, Sea Island   School Teacher     C
1*;   Beagrie, George  Hotel, North Vancouver   Labourer     C
Beattie, Hills     Lynn Valley,  North Vancouver Logger    C
Bell, l-.iimiind     |th slreel, North Vancouver .... Architect      C
I'.inist 11. & Lonsdale ave., N. Vancouver ... Teamster     V.
Belyea, llaiiiord S. A. ...   llth street, North Vancouver ... Contractor     C
Bownen, Ihonui        13th street, North Vancouver... Carpenter     V.
lit.Ink, l-.ru Riinhuld       North Vancouver      Civil Engineer     C
Bronson, George      Nortri Vancouver      Rancher     C
Buckley, I'liii       Steveston      Miner    V
lluni, kuli.iiil Bdward   Great Northern Cannery   Caretaker     C
Burnett, am, Ken. McK... 2nd street, North Vancouver ... Bank Clerk    C
Hmioiis, Jaiiu-s      Norih Arm Road, N. Vancouver Farmer     C
Barton, John Joahaa   2nd street, North Vancouver ,., Carpenter     C
Bnaa, George      Lulu Island      Labourer     I
Baitamante, Jos*-      md street, North Vancouver ... Store-keeper    C
Illinium, Harold     Sea Island     Farmer     C
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Campbell, William Henry. 1st streei, North Vancouver
limn id, .lames      1st itreet, N'orih Vancouver
Carruilnrs, Matthew istli Itreet, Norlh Vancouver
Caaseli, too   Murdoch   ist street, North Vancouver
1 In iiolin, Ali.x. Lvnn Valley    	
Chilly, Arthur Fred
.iii, Nal. J. R. ... Ninth Vaiuuuver
Clarke, Andrea R. I)  4th street, North Vancouver .
Clarke, Jaa     |lh streei, North Vancouver .
Clarke, JameaAaatia  Terra Nova    	
Clarke, Thoi   Rol-ert 1 th itreet, North Vancouver .
io, Benjamin    .. -'iul stint, N'orih Vancouver
. Ui,ulis      Norlh Vancouver     •„
Collier, Sulm-v Lwin Valley,   North Vancouver Woodsman     C
it.iiunii, Um Gordon rraan Run Cannery     Engineer     C
l "iitt*., I-red .1   W .'iul street, North Vancouver . . Hank Clerk     C
Robed S.itiiuil . lapilatio mad,North Vaniouvi-r Mill Owner      C
Crane, Georgi Hear] Lonsdale aai, N* Vancouver.   Builder     C
Miner    v
Fisherman      «.
Logger    C
Axeman      C
Woodsman    C
Sen Island     Labourer     C
Reg. Clerk      C
Dispatcher    C
Customs Officer      C
Farmer    C
Tel. Operator   „ C
Fisherman      C
Carpenter    C
i rawiord, l.-.kicl Killer
Crowiton, Angus Alex. .
I attuning!, Il11.nn A
l).i)^lii*-lt, .lolin M li
I)at idson, Ah x   I,
Davidson, '.is  Gregor)
uih street, North Vaniouver ,.,
isl siiii-t, North V.intoiiver .
Sn   ."), II. sN R.MY Bei Island
Engliak Hav   South Vancoaver,
Miner        I
Broker      C
Fanner     C
Gentleman      C
North Vancouver      Compositor            C
ist street, North Vancouver „    Contractor     C
Di .ms S. num I Lynn Valley,   North Vancouver Woodsman     C
Deeming, James Kluirm-         Butcher    C
I)'"iii'iii, Mull,it-l Noi th Vam ouver      Farmer             C
Ditla, David llenn Lonsdale ave., N   Vancouver      Constable    C
Dill, Jai   Peeri        Eluirnc, Sea Island   Postmaster       C
Dixon, Joieph Lulii Island      Farmer    D
Dixon, Win  Archibald Lynn Valley,  North Vancouver Logger           C
lia. tul, 11, Wm   Horace,       IJth street, North Vancouver... Carpenter     C
Dowdiag, Isaac      Steveston      Section Boss C.P.R C
Dully, Patrick      Haitian Camp, Hastings ,       Whitesmith      C
Elliott, Albert Thomas ,., North Vancouver      Photographer      C
Elliott, Frederick II    North Vancouver      Shipwright     C
1        II.illitl Daniel Iv.pl.itiailc, Norlh Vancouver ,., Blacksmith       C
Wm   Kri-win Krniiiiiier's Camp, l.inn Vallu   Firmer     C
Erringlon, .lolin Thomas    Bm Island     Farmer            C
Evans, Harold Tbomai     ial street, North Vaacoavei      civil Engineer     C
Evans, Roland Ueary     Lonsdale ave ,   N,  Vancouvei        Bakrr     C
Fortune, Jattei V      ,., Lulu Island      Canneryman     C
too, Ad.nn Wellington . 1st strret, North Vancouver „., Quarryman       C
Riissi-I Lloui Norlh Vatuoitvrr           Lumberman    .  C
, Thomas Clyde 3rd street, North Vamouver       Lumber Merchant C
l-'rviiiit)-, Conrad II North Vamouver      Firmer             C
Gardener. Albert *7ictoi Not th Vancouver     Clerk    C
822   Gibson, John B    Lonsdale ave., N. Vancouver ... Blacksmith       C
826   Gilbert, William      North Vancouver      Woodsman     C
830  Goodhand, Robert      Lynn Valley      Teamster     C
857   Gordon, Robert Gunn   North Vancouver      Gentleman      C
860   Gosden, Thomas      Lynn Valley,  North Vancouver Logger    C
862   Gralton, Thomas     North Vancouver      Fanner     C
869   Grant, Allan      Rice Lake Camp, Lynn Valley . Woodsman     C
873   Grant, John       4th street, Nortli Vancouver .... Miner    C
884   Gray, Thomas      Eburne      Labourer     C
902   Gregory, James      Sea Island     Carpenter     C
924   Haasaiien, William      No. 4 road, block 10, lot 4, Lu
•   lu Island   Fisherman      C
932   Hall, John Fowler 'Columbia hotel, N. Vancouver. Logger    C
937   Halliday, David       North Vancouver      Labourer     C
946   Hamilton, Thomas B  Gulf of Georgia Cannery   Foreman       D
950   Hansel, John Masich   Moodyville       Logger    C
9(19   Harrison, Joseph Fred  Eburne      Schoolmaster      C
994   Haydcn, John Edward   North Vancouver      Clerk     C
997   Healy, Geo. Stringer   Lynn Valley,   Norlh Vancouver Woodsman     C
1007 Henderson, Ernest       Lots 16, 17, block 85, D.L* 549. Accountant     C
1008 Henderson, Jolin Win  North Vancouver      Porter     C
1049   Holland, Harry      Lynn Valley     C
1071   Hoskins, Joseph      Pre-emption    L*  1,    707   Lynn Farmer     C
Valley     	
1 loo   Hunt, Edward Stanley   „ Steveston      Musician      C
1109   Hurley, Gilbert Thomas.. L\nn Valley     ,  Woodsman     C
1131   Iverson, Win. James   1st street, Norlh Vancouver ....  Cashier       C
1141   Jackson, Robert      Moodyville       Accountant       C
1150   Jeflerson, Robert      Lynn Valley,  North Vancouver Lumberman      C
1153   Jeflrey, John      Burrard Inlet Cannery     Fisherman L
1170   Jones, Alexander      Steveston      Farmer     .". C
1212   Kelly, William      2nd street, North Vancouver ... Logger    C
1226   Kent, Oliver Arthur  loth street, Norlh Vancouver ... Gentleman      ,.M C
1256   Kirkbridge, John Ed  2nd street, North Vancouver ... Porter     ,  C
1258   Kirkness, John      Lvnn Valley      Labourer     C
1270  Kolosofl, Alex. John   Eburne, Lulu Island  Farmer     D
1280   Lamb, John      Palace Hotel, North Vancouver Teamster      C
1387   Lander, Eli     Burnaby     Farmer     C
1294   Langslall, John James ... loth street, North Vancouver ... Printer      C
1305   Lau-nhy, Fred Arthur  3rd street, North Vancouver .... Labourer     C
1309  LcBlanc, Joseph Arthur . North Vancouver      Carpenter     C
1318   Lee, Henry      Steveston      Hotel-keeper     D
1343   Livingstone,  John  Hort-
well         19th street, North Vancouver      Barrister     C
1370  Lusk, Archd. Belsey   Lynn Valley,  North Vancouver Edgerman     C
1389   MacDonald, Roderick    ... Eburne      Gardener     C
14.1,0  Manuel, Elihu      Eburne, Lulu Island     Clergyman    C
14.S7   Marriott, William R   15th street, North Vancouver ... Agent       C
14(10  Marsden, Richard S  St.John's school, Lynn Valley. Clerk in Holy Orders      C
14&S   Marlin, Donald Smith .... 3rd street, North Vancouver ,.., Boatbuilder      C
i4oh   Martin, Herbert Allan .... Lynn Valley      Teamster     C
1471   Martin, Malcolm   3rd street, Norlh Vancouver .... Boatbuilder      C
147H   Mathers, Joseph       1st and Lonsdale, N. Vancouver Shoemaker      C
i486   Matson, Wm. John   Lot 28, block  5N  Range  7,W.
Sea Island  Labourer     C
1487   Matson, Wm. John   Sea Island     Farmer     C
1300   May, Hugh      Palace Hotel   Book-keeper      C
1528   Mill. Harry Leighton   Moodyville      Logger    C
1331 Millard, John      Lots 4 and 5, .Section 2b, block Rancher      C
5N Eburne 	
1332 Miller, Alexander       Rice Lake Camp, Lynn Vallcv    Lumberman      C
15(12   Mitchell, Fred While     .    3th street, North Vancouver ....  Logger    C
159(1   Mosher, Hy. Philip  North Vancouver      Carpenter     : I
ihl.N   Murphy, John Smith   Lulu Island, Eburne   Farmer     C
Ib2b   Myers, George George . „ Lynn Valley,  North Vancouver Woodsman     C
ids;   McConnell,Joseph Andrew Lol 28, B. 5N.R. 7W. Sea Island Farm Labourer    C
ibbb   McDonald, Duncan       Lonsdale ave., N. Vancouver ... Woodsman    C
1671   McDonald, James      Eburne      Foreman      • C
1698   McGee, Hugh      McGee road, South Vancouver . Farmer     D
1724 McKenzie, Hugh   . Sea Island     Miner   ,«, C
1725 McKenzie, Hugh      Section 318, Sea Island  Teamster    „..._...—_ C
1729   McKern, William      Fromme's Camp, Lynn Valhi     Logger    C
1741   McLaren, Fred II      Lvnn Valley      Lumberman      C
1756   McMillan, John      Moodyville      Teacher   ...» C
1767   McPherson, Alex. Joseph. North Vancouver Hotel  Hotel Manager    C
1787   Nelson, Jas      Lulu Island, Eburne   Farmer      C
1791   Newlands, William Potter Sea Island     Farmer     _ C
1799   Nichol, Walter Uidlaw      12th street, North Vancouver ... Missionary     C
1832 O'Donnell, Hugh B  Sea Island     Canneryman C
1833 Oliver, George      Eburne     Farmer     _ C
i86<S   Paton, Thomas     Sea Island      Farmer _ C
1885   Perkett, Edward 0  Lot 401, Howe Sound  Contractor C
1899   Pettley, Frank Frederick. N'orih Vatnouver      Traveller _ C
1922   Poohc, Alexander     Lulu Island      Farmer _ C
1937   Pratt, George      Lynn Valley,  North Vancouver Labourer C
1914   Price, Arthur Alfred   Fire Hall, North Vancouver   Engineer C
I949   Prior, Arthur James .      North Vancouver      Labourer C
1971   Kainey, Edwin      North Arm, Burrard Inlet   Horse Trainer C
1977   Rankin, Daniel      Lot 319, Group I, Eburne  Fisherman      C
198(1   Redmond, James      Moodyville      Carpenter     C
2002   Reiishau, lolin      17th street, North Vancouver ... Farmer    , C
2038 Robinson, James     North Vancouver      Gardener     _ C
2039 Robinson,  .lames Dravcn-
der           North Vancouvrr      Farmer     „ C
2045   Robinson, William      Lvnn Valley      Millman     C
2031   Rogers, John A  Eburne      _  .Sawyer     C
2059   Root, Ernest     Eburne      Fireman      C
2074   Routlev, Frank W  Hottl Vamouver      BoaUbuildrr       C
2120  Scatterly, Alex  2nd street, North Vancouver ... Bank Clerk     C
2122  Sihirl, Amns     Moodvville      Carpenter    ......_ 	
2173   Shiels, William       Lynn Valhi,   North Vamouver Mill-hand     C
2182   Siiniii*..   lulin Lvnn Valley      Logger C
2227   Smith, John Richard Richmond C.inncri, Eburne Labourer      C
22U   Smiili. Robert Hotel North Vancouver   Fireman     C
22s;   Snarr, Matthew Hi mv      19th street, North Vancouver . . Labourer C
22Hh  Stead, Walter Richmond Cannery    _  Engineer     „ C
22-12   Sleeves, Ruse A  Lot 25, block 5N Range ■)."*. Farmer     , C
Slones, Wm. Jr South Vnncouver        Steward C.P.R D
2323
2390
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2 I V'
2442
North Vancouver      Carpenter     » C
Moodvville      Miner C
Mahon Ave., Nurth Vancouver.. Contractor     * C
North Vancouver      Teamster C
I,inn Vallu. North Vancouver Teamster      ,.„ C
Lulu Island      Farmer    , ' C
Wall, Waller      Nurlh Vancouver      Clergyman     .' C
Watson, Tims  2nd stm-t, North Vancouvrr .... Painter      _ C
Wells, James           Klminc      Farmer     ...C
Thomas, William     	
Thompson, Robert Jonepb
Tucker,  luhn Tralllts
Twrede, Prescott lletl.tit
241S"   Vandct-*tinc, Spurpeon .
248(1   Walker, Dan	
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2.S«5
2(1 IS
Westtn. Axel Solomon
Whitlaker, Benjamin
Williams, Grrsham Win
Woodliiirn, Alfred Jainei
North Vancouver      Porter C
Klmrnc      Farmer     .......C
Esplanade, Norlh Vancouver ,., Banker  C
N "ith Vancouver      Telegraph Manager  C
Ahrcvinlions.     Grounds ol objection.
"C" denotes thai person objected to has ceased, lor a period ol six months  nexl  belore   the
holding nf the Court ol Revision, to reside in Richmond Electoral District.
"D" denotes llial person objected lo is dead. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
A recent number of (las World
a technical paper, published in
London, Kng., has a detailed
article on the new gas process
invented by Walter Thomas, ol
Vancouver. This is thc process
which is to lie installed in
North Vancouver, by the North
Vancouver Gas, Heat, Light k
Power Company, the franchise
Ior which was adopted in its
Imal lorm at the meeting of tin-
city council, held Tuesday evening ol last week. As the description is of a more minute
and technical character than
any which has yet appeared locally, it will doubtless prove of
interest. Thc article reads as
lollows:
Particulars have reached us
ol a new gas generator, invented by an Knglish trained gas
engineer who has lieen long resident at Vancouver, B. C, as
manager to the Vancouver Gas
Company, and now associated
with the Northern Gas and
Power Company, Limited, oi
Vancouver, who are exploiting
the invention. Wc refer to
W'alter Thomas, who received
his training at Romford and St.
Albans, and who has brothers
managers at Lymington and
Wellington, respectively. In designing the new generator, Mr.
Thomas was apparently guided
at first by a desire to (ind a profitable outlet for the mountains
ol sawdust around the lumber
mills ol Vancouver, lor which
no better use had been found
than to commit them to the
Haines; and so successful had In-
been in this direction that there-
is now running in Vancouver a
model power and lighting plant
driven by a 7 horse power Cros-
sley gas engine, supplied with
gas made from sawdust.
The Thomas generator is,however, equally serviceable lor the
manufacture of carburetted water gas, using coke as fuel, or in
lhe manufacture of producer gas
from bituminous coal. Some
details of thc new generator
will, then-lore, Ik- acceptable to
readers of thc Gas World,as the
plant seems as applicable to
Knglish gas works conditions as
to the lumber districts of Canada. It may lie slated that tin-
Thomas plant has been patented in this country.
The plant consists of three
shells connected near the upper
end, with the necessary blowers,
connections and valves.
Assuming that it is desired to
make carburetted water gas, all
the three chambers are tilled
with fuel and raised to incandescence in the usual wa\,
by blowing air in at thc bottom
ol all three vessels. The resulting gas escapes through a stack
valve on lhe middle chamber.
The air blast is now shut oil,
and steam admitted to the middle vessel only, and oil spraveu
in at the lop "of this vessel. The
mixed water gas and oil gas
formed in the middle vessel pass
right and left to the side vessels
and down through the incandescent luel in these to a takc-oll
pipe leading to a holder.
It will be seen that the gas is
"fixed" in incandescent luel,antl
not in hot checker hrickwork,as
is the usual practice. It (ollows that the producer gas from
the blasl is not re-quired Ior the
heating up of thc plant. When,
therefore, the three vessels have
been once heated up, the stack
valve on the middle vessel is
closed, and the producer gas
Irom subsequent blasts is conducted into a holder.
This producer gas can be used
as it is, or it can Ik- brought
hack to the generating vessels,
where it is carburetted and
passed on to the enriched gas
holder. If blue water gas is the
product desired, all three vessels
are steamed, and the resulting
water gas is passed to the holder on the right hand side.
The valve operating levers art-
all brought together at one convenient point, and they may be
interlocked, to ensure a proper
sequence ol operations.
FIKK AT CAPILANO
•lohii Hart, who resides at
lhe waterlront at Navvy Jack's
place,Capilano district, 4', miles
Irom this city, lost his residence
and practically all its contents
by fire, Friday evening. The
fire broke out about b o'clock,
and was first noticed in the upper story of the house and close
to the chimney. Mr. and .Mrs.
Hart, with the assistance ol
neighbors, attempted to check
thc flames by water thrown
from buckets, but were unsuccessful, and the house was destroyed in a few minutes, together with most ol the furniture
and clothes ol the occupants.
Thc loss was about |looo,with
no insurance. Mr. Hart is a
brother-in-law ol J. Lawson,one
of the prominent men of the
Capilano district.
A.J. HOOD
50 LiiiiH, nli- A vai.
EXPfcKT WATCHMAKER,
JKHEU.fcll,  E1U
Watches and  L'lovk-t  Cleaned  and
Repaired at moderate pricea.
All mull K*l.l»..l>''**i
1. O. O. F.
North Vsncouver Lodge, No.
55, meets every Thursday evening, corner Lonsdale avenue and
Firit street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting (brethren cordially invited to
attend. A. L. Clements, N.G.;
Thos. S. Nye, Rec.-sec; J. H.
Pilling, Fin.-sec.
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Board ol
Trade meets the third Tuesday
of each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday of each month. D. G.
Dick, President; J. R. J. Murray, Secretary.
HofitH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
CBSDI-PTIII at
THE MISSES DAWSOS
Crrtifirmi"-! Snritii-ii'i, Miiliral ami
Maternili  Rami
Sum Suit Out en Application
Kur
lerin.  applv   at
the
II
-pital
Cor
fith Street ,t St Andrew'
■ Ave.
PHONE
69
OLD TIMKR RETURNED
Dr. 11. Dyer, of Vancouver,
was in the city on Wednesd.iv,
and completed .irrnngeiiii'nls for
opening an ollice here. Dr.Dyer
is well and favorably known to
the old time residents ol this
side of the Inlet, having been
a few years ago,
iind having ocutpied the posi-
health   ollicer.
located here
IV
tion of medical
Dr. Dyer removed from North
Vancouver about two and one-
half years ago, going first to
the Okaiiagan and later to Kngland, where he spent nine
months with prominent practitioners and in the hospitals.
His decision to resume practici
here is another sign oi llie
growing prominence of North
Vancouver in public opinion,all
ol which are particularly pleasing to north shore residents.
Saletv Deposit Boxes to Rent.
Safety Deposit Boxes to Rent
-     -   ~    ' CA
I
i
Aoteae Executor, Trustee, Liquidator Racalvara and Aaal|naaa
Court Bonda  laau.d
4°
■  0
INTEREST
Paid  on  deposits,  comix-iiniM
lour time« yearly.
Paaa Booka laauad
50
10
fat  RARNARD, Chairman
HON. K.CARTER-COITON, Chairman ol Kierutiva
. J. P. tilBsilN, Mananer I. G. ■« AIN WEIGHT, Secretary
tiranrilli' Manainim Block, corner Robmni and Granville
. (). BolM Phone.ISO
-I' T    j
Safety Deposit Boxes to Rent. Safety Deposit Boxes to Rtnt
PALACE
HOTEL
Rath :
I : M    i'a 1    .unl    up,
Sp 11 il rati s ta, 1 iniil
a *    ...   .
rooi Gjrden on cub
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
SlCOHO Strut,
M Hill I   VANCOUVER, B. C.
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0   MILLS
Pioieer Boot Maker
Lonsdile Ave., opp. City Hall
asrsmfK
JMEIiDlaEEnBi]
1 (lie btiMiifw of MHtiufacturtri,
Hu via-rM ami other* wlm rraliir the ndviuli-il-
; y 11 lining their hiicst bulimi Iranurted
byKxperta,  Prtll.*tMtjMTK*l
mn-1-rate. Our Imcntor'i A<J*l*r •*■■■■■ ■
It Vu!n;i&MurlmlKt'K'i|.lN-wVorLl,ile
|tli*f Mtmtrral'tod Unahinutoa DC   LU
VANCOUVER Business and Professional Directory
ACCOUNTANTS*
W. T. STEW 4 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
City Auditors
North Vancouvei
5lh l't-nder street
KENDALL,  SEWELL k  CO.
Chartered Accountants and
Auditors
Vancouver, B. C.
Victoria, B. C.
Seattle, Wash
Phone 1923       P.O. Drawer 765
ATTENTION
Bui'd rs & Conractors
Luml i-r will never be cheaper. <iet in mi llu- -.'round
tlnor.    Hnild iimv
Sianialiv—llnr  own Kiln—
d-iwl Flooring mid Finiali
HI Mi Ml IM to I
Mil -l.ynn Owl., B.C.
Diplock Wright
Lumber Co.
I7ih Street, Sorth Vancouver
KwaaM
liimt-nsioi) I,uml>pr
Shiplap
Rustic
Shingles
Lath
Kinishing Lumber
etc , etc.
Our prices an- right.   Lnt M
im- yon 11 Agurt on your
Lumber Bill
ARCHITECTS
E.STANLEY M1TT0N.M.1.C.A
ARCHITECT
htq I Listings Street Wesl,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AUCTIONEERS
A  M  BRATT1H
- AUCTIONEER -
163 Cordova street west
is the onlv auctioneer who will
pay spot cash before the sale is
conducted
BARRISTERS
McCROSSAN tt HARPER
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS
NOTARIES, Bit.
32-34 Imperial Block
Cor. Pender and Seymour Sts.
P.O. Drawer 1 nh     Phone 2444
BUSINESS COLUGtS
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. W.
~anala'a Qrtataat Waatarn Schoal
R. J. Sprott, B.A.,--Manager
HAT WORKS
REAL ESTATE
HARDMAN HAT WORKS
- PRACTICAL HATTERS -
Hats   cleaned   and   lilocked
the sign oi thc Hat
420 ABBOT STREET
VANCOUVER, li.
a)
Keep your eye on
EAST   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
Lor particulars apply lo
MURDEN k THORNTON
Phone 615      440 Homer Slreel
ITI.11VS <M)W
sttm iln- Highest hid Piimuoiin
Pitman's Business College,
632 634 63b Seymour Street,
VANCOUVER, B.
DENTISTS
DR. W. F. WRIGHT
DENTIST
Successor to Dr. Dalby
h33 HASTINGS ST. WEST,
VANCOUVER, B. C
Phone 978
DflUQGISTS
RED CROSS
DRUG STORE
A.I.GORDON, MD.
53 Cordova Street,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Prescription Specialist
Phoit 1053
1
uYdNG ANOCLIANING
F. C. SAUNDERS	
Barrister, Solicitor, .Notary
Public. Member of thc bars
of British Columbia and Quebec. Room 9 Empire Building, 603 Hastings st. west.
Vincouver, B.C.    Phone 4166
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Street
Phone 991S
S. D. Schult;.        C. S. Arnold
i.iHb
kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sti.
Thc only up-to-date and reliable bath house in British Co-
lumbia-
Wt cure where others fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plain baths, electric baths,
shower baths, massage lor body, scalp and face; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS. KAl.LKTHli, PROP,
Graduate ol Berlin, Germany
GROCERS
NORTH VANCOUNLli
CHEAPSIDK GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
))b Hastings Sl (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays'
The only place in B.C. when
work is done entirely to customer's sitisliction.
PERTH STEAM DYEING k
CLEANING WORKS. A. lnglis
Proprietor. Phone 756. Club
rates a specialty. 562 Seymour.
LAultb' HaiSUHtiblMi
MADAM HUMPHREYS
Scalp treatment, lacial massage
manicuring, shampooing, eli.
Hairdressiug in latest styles by
competent artists.
Call and inspect llu NEW LINE
OF HAIR GOODS.
Pulls, braids aud pompadours,
also the latest designs ut
combs and barretts.
THE ALEXANDRA
589 Granville St.
Phone iooo
loitsliirc diaaraiilce k
tamtM loi'iioraUoii Lid.
440 Seymour Slreel
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
MAPS mi.u ui.ua. mull*-.
VANCOUVER MAP k BLUEPRINT CO, LIMITED	
Electric blue-pnuting, dratling,
tracing, city maps.
Crowe 4 Wilson Chambers, 441
Seymour street Phone lobo
MUSIC
Prof. JOS. E. NTJWBERGER
MuMiai Director
Vincouver Upet.i House
Rooms i aud 4 Elks' Hall, Cor.
Robson aid Granville  Streets.
All liitruments.      Phone 2530
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Ken Houlgate Manager
HtSIAUHAIMIS
ALLEN'S RESTAURANT
Linull ut Dinner 25c.
Shori ni.lei.*, at all hours
57 Haitingi Stmt Wot,
VANCOUVER, B.
All Norlh
eat at
Vancouver   people
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
J HE LABOR EXCHANGE
3 Water St. Phoie 3059
HELP OF ALL KINDS
Furiished to employers free   of
charge.      Phone or write rush
orders at our expense.
mlM, f,1ll'liiM,.YI \m\
Loggers, Railroad Men, and
Tradesmen furnished free to
Employers.
14 Powell street. Cor.Carrall
Phone 2566
FtNCING
WIRE FENCINc
Farm  and   Ornamental   Gitei
Garden Archet, Flower Stands
B.C. ANCHOR FENCE Co.Ltd
743 Pender Street,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
WHEN GETTING PRICES . .
FOR PRINTING PHONE No.
Hu NORTH  VANCOUVER  .  .
SPECIAL FACILITIES FOB
PAMPHLET, BOOK, OR ... .
FOLDER WORK .'	
OFFICE STATIONERY
AND COLOR PRINTING
A SPECIALTY   	
LEOAAKD'S
niiliii Flack Block or Hastings strict, opposite the new
Post Ollice. Leonard sells his
lea by the pound.
o-..i,.^ M-awHINc.9
\ AN CUl VER SEW1-.-.G
AlAchl.SE n.-cUlA.-aOE
791 Granville bl.
Wholesale and lel.Ul dealers
PROF. GEO. COWAN, Expert
teacher ol Violin, Mandolin,
Banjo, Auloharp, Zniu 1, nil
give twenty private lessons' -'.loli'Salc and lelali dealers in
lor I7. Further mioriiiaiiuii SaWM| MartllWI and Supplies.
at Cowan'i up-to-date MusicjMauiiucs lcnicd by the week or
Store, 608 Westminster ave.   ,mourn. Phoue 1487
Phone 463
W. WAITT & CO, LTD.
558 Graiville Slreet
I'imos - Talking Machines   -
Music Goods
The oldest music house in It  C.
OPTICIANS
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduale Optician
All work guaranteed
Consultation lm
49 Hastings street west
Opp. Cameraphoni
PHOTOGRAPHEHS
MARTEL'S  STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHERS -
122 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
The best equipped studio on the
coast. Phone 3228
picture framing
I  MLKI  ,li.o
CAaiERAi'HUNE   THEATRE
ilnluiilial    Upi Id,    Vaudeville
and Urania
Piogi'am changed every Monday
Any scat ui the house MM.
38 Hastings btreet West,
vANculVER, B. C.
ten, a, n 111-a Men a
English  practical watchmaker;
Established 1889
Specialty,   repaiimg
WOODBOOn,
312 Carrall Street
WINDOW SHADES
North Vancouver Estimates . .
and delivery Iree	
F. W. BOWES & CO,
Manufacturers ol window shades
750 Robson st.
Phone 843
PICTURE FRAMING
We hive the largest stock ot
mouldings in ll.C to select from
so when you want framing done
cheap atul well get our pines
BAILEY BROS CO LTDJftabor ud Trading Co.'i
540 Grmwllc and 138 Cordon * Paieuicd Scitional Buildings.
READY MADE HOUSES
llll-; STANDARD HOUSE
Bl II.DING .St CONTRACTING
COMPANY LIMITED
Can,ill Street
Thi B, C. Mills THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
NEW ADVERTISEMENT
Dentist—Dr. Morrison.
Bread—Pioneer Baker)
May Day-,1. .1. UcAleece
Baseball—Recreation park
May Da} Bulleiiii -Shaw's
l-'our Good Bins   J, l.iiultt.
J5 a month- Inkitei & Ward
Look ai tins  C, I'. Lawson
Real BiUtt   li   Eva h Co.
Do vuu nud- Paine \ Ucilil
lan.
wink  Oxford sinus - Cum-
iiting.
l-'olloii tin* Kiddiei   I Hutch
i sun.
open  lor   Business   Lonsdah
Pharmacy.
Tenders  N   V   Horticultural
Association.
1,1,unl Bonlevard   Mahon .Mt
l-'all.mil ,\ Mahon.
Real EsUiie Broken  Alexin
der \ Macnaghten.
Arrangemrnts loi i-yoy  N. \
lliirliiUUur.il Association.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
The Horticultural Aiaoctation
is calling ior tenden loi instal-
ling I heating   sisiciii   in   the
socicly'.s pavilion.
Stephen Spence met uuh a
slight .undent al the Wallau
shipyards ihls week, which lain
Iiiiii oil lor a lew days.
Thc high price ol wheal ami
llour has canied aa increase in
bread puns lure, iln rate being
lh loaies lor fl, or lout lor :.Si
Kapid headway is being in.nu
willl the   proposed   slculil Llllll
dry lure.   Part ol the machine
r\ has altiaiili  ,unveil.
A. B, Haiwell .md W l). Duki
hit Thtitsiiai morning, on i
lniniajtig expedition, to the norih
iiuv will return in about one
ui-rk.
Foreman Dull and his gang ol |i
ineli have lieen busy putting the
iinisliing   louche*,   on   tin*  approaches lo the  mii   Scymotu
i reek bridge.
Toliiuiion aiturnooli i.sa itvit   t
ball-holiday,  by order of the I
mayor, ia order that thc riti- i
/ens may participate in the May
I)a\ celebration.
Aid, Hraim is erecting I leiue
around liis extensive property,
on Victoril park east.
Gaatav Berrnaa is i recent arrival il Hotel North Vancouver, direct Irom Stockholm,
Sweden.
The new hotel now about
completed lor P. Larson, at
Canyon view, will in* opened on
S.utitd.n , May 13U1, A -.nolor
tar service will bc run from the
end ul the tramline  on   Keith
road tO the hotel.
Ticket! lor the grand derby
sweepstakes,    ol    llllllll   H.    \ .
Baker, the genial clerk al Hotel
North Vancouver, is secretary,
an*   stlling   veil    rapidly,    ami
ilu- tucceu "i the venture  is
inured, The drawing takes
place on Mav 23II1.
No definite itatcmeat has is
mi .imu* lo hand from I'reiniii
McBride as to hii ability to bi
present^ on Monday next, to
open the mii Seymour creel
bridge, tin iccount of ihis [act
the evciil will not bl held on
Monday, bat will transpire a
little later 111 the week.
111. planting of shrubs and
seeding along the Grand Boiile-
laid are practically completed,
Ud with the growth ol ugela*
iimi a decided improvement  is
to bl noted in the appearance of
thing!.   The boulevard will Ix.--
loine olle ol the slum places of
the north shore ol the Inlet.
Road Foreman Evi with his
gaag has jusi completed work
a ai the Capilano road, near the
hotel The load is now ill the
Insl o| condition and is the subject ui must lavtir.ibh- comment
1>\ ,iiiiii drivers and others.
I'm email Eva will nexl undertake lhe work ordered on Essex
slreet.
Tin Pythian caitle hall aaao*
t iai nm of this city is meeting
with gnat success with iheir
venture, sulluieiii shares having
niii disposal of to complete
Mvnient ol lnls. The assort,1-
.ion has two lols on the corner
if Chesterfield and |ih streets,
ind alreadi the property has
material!} advanced in value.
t is ilu intention to ask tcn-
lus this fall (or lhe creitiott of'
1 $15,000 building on the pro-a
>crtv.
SEE THE
MAY DAY CELEBRATION
in Horticultural Hal, Saturday
Afternoon and Evening.
Thi'trt'iit "I 11 lid lime
SATURDAY AND rOLLOWING WEEK
Mil bb Ml SI IS MM CIAI f>
Kine white dotted Swiss, special per yard      15c
Kine white coin dot, special pi.r vard      2oc
White liar muslin, apecial per yard    15c
Fine white bar muslin, special per yard      2oc
Extra line small dot Swiss, special per yard  25c
line Iiidia linen, special per vard     15c
I-iite India linen, spett.il per vard     20c
Extra wide Victoria  lawn, special      25c
All the higher gradei kepi in stock.
J.J. McALEECE
KEITH BLOCK
I.OXSDAI.E AVKXUE
PHONE '13
Under Market Value
in D. L. 273
Lot! 14 tad 15, Block 8, Double Corner for $1600
1-3 caah
Lots 19 and 20, Block 10, Double Corner for J1450
1-3 caah.
Lots 21  and  22,  Block   12,   Fifth  Street,  J1300
I-} cash.
Lota 13 and 14, Block 13, Douhle Corner,   Jljoo
1-3 cash.
Lots 19, 20, 21 and 22, Block 11, Fifth Street J750
each, 1-3 cash
Lots 20 and II, Block 18, Fourth Street,   J1500
1-3 cash.
These are way below market prices and will not go
begging very long.
SEE    SASH        DOORS        MOULDINGS
U S BRACKETS     CRES TINGS
POR    STORE   AND  OFFICE FIXTURES
HURRARD WOODWORKING FVCIOKY, foot of St. George
Wmnlirit » trial -idon row Order*
S. GINTZBURGER
■   i.i.iH LIMITED
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
163 Cordova Street. Vancouver, ft. C.
I' O. BOX 38fi.
CALL AND SEE THE NEW
ASSORTMENT OF
Silverware i
Given
Away
+.:..X.«***H*+*H».*vv*:~W II     AS PREMIUMS TO CASH PURCHASERS AT
A  I T
IA. R. STEACY
* Comer lonsdale Ave ond Second Slreel
Phones 2(1 on.t Abi
■ FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Local and Foreign Fruits
Fresh ind Cn.se Eggs
Choice Creamer,- Htilfr always on hand
L«mn Good**. Glassware
Crocken wai.-, Brushes, Brooms, etc., etc  2
t^«*»»'.»«*M*.>^««)»«*a>»'M*.»«)a>«*M^^
McMillans
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*^>*0)*(l2y*^<!)**<i^)*<a^a * .**-*. * .* • *•** .*:*.*.*.*
DR.  MORRISON
Dentist
Hour*
•t n in   tn 5 p.l
Keith HlocU,
North ViMOttW
.:.;
A   A W * T — -W—-- — --'-—--'m	
HENRY T. C   EVES
PERCY KING
•*\^***\**W**,***j>*^ a •*»
1
1
HENRY EVES fr CO.
Thc GENUINE North Vancoaver Specialists
LYNN VALLEY DISTRICT
EVERYONE 18 NOW TALKING ABOUT THIS DISTRICT,   THK 6TBONG PROBABILITY OF A TAR LINK IN THIS DIRECTION CAUSING
BAMI VERY KEEN BUYING.        btt lb fOR GOOD RIYS IN THIS LOCALITY
Fifth Street
Kor a few days only. Cboie*  Lot on Third
■itreet.
$625  CASH
Western
Capilano
Acreage in (his l>eautiful pari of the inuni-
cipility in idling fa.«l We have a pnr-
ticularly strong lilt.
Fourteenth St.
120 feet cleared and graded.      Term* to suit.
$1500
Wherever you want to buy, we have the best, Come and see us
NOTE ADDRESS-67 and 69 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver,   P.O. Box 43
Phone 6
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