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VOLUME 6.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. IMS.
NUMBER tt
CITY COUNCIL
Aldermen May,lrxxin. Smith and
Braim were in attendance at the
regular session of the hoard ol aldermen, on Monday evening.
Mayor Kealy prtBBldl '1
Kobert L. Docherty,secretary of
the N.V, Horticultural society, forwarded an official invitation to the
mayor and aldermen to lie presenl
al the annual exhibition of the society, OD the jth last Keceivcd
with thanks and accepted.
S. D. Green Armytage wishes
council to repair Twenty-second
str-et, from Lonsdale to Western
avenues, past his new iisulence,
and also to lay a two plank walk
on the s'reet. board of works to
let.
Tenders lor llu- installation of a
new coal furnace in the citv hill
were read,as lollows : from Fraser
and McNah, offering to instal a
"New Idea1' Gurney furnace corn-
la,, ie, witli guarantee, lor 1*145.
From Pales and McMillan, offer-
ine 10 put 111 a MeClerjf "Sunshine" furnace for J175 and tlie-oM
furnace, or a William Muck furnace, for J140 and the old furnace.
Keferrnl 10 di'' special committee
previously appointed, to act.
A plaii of subdivision of block
74, D L 541J tns submitted and
approved.
A plan uf subdivision ol lot 3,
block il, D L. 5ty was submitted
Council considered it unfortunate
that this plan blocked the extension ul Sixteenth Meet It was
considered advisable fiom the
standpoint ol the city, and desirable Irom thc standpoint ol the
owners ol the properly involved,
that provision be made to extend
Sixteenth street tin.nigh the pro
perty. The engineer wis instructed to prepare a plan showing Ihis
street running throogli.aBd to inbuilt lhe same to council.
Clly CJsrt Shepherd read tin-
minutes ol a meeting of the water
works committee. The committee
had candidly considered the proposed alterations to lhe pressure re
ducing system at Nineteenth St.,
and recommended lhe modification
of the plans submitted by the city
engineer, hy the co,.stroction ol a
11 nn nt cistern, JoxioxK leel, and
the elimination of the by pais relerred to therein. City F.ngineer
Loutet submitted a letter explaining in detail the advantages ol his
plan. The by pass would provide
a very desirable alternative route
in case ol emergency. The dotflffl
recommended by the committee is
small,holding only 7500 gallons ol
water, which would be sufficient to
supply the city lor domestic pur
po.»es lor only one balf-an-liour, or
in cise of a fire, lor about ten minutes. Alderman Smith, as chairman ol the waterworks committee,
slated that the chiel objection to
the by pass, lay in the fact, that
its construction was sm h, lhat it
would necessitate tlie employment
ol a man to remain there constant
ly in attendance. The matter was
laid over lor one weefc.
On account ol Monday next lie
inn Labor Hay, the mayor was
authorized to sign checks for wages
up to September ist.
The city clerk wn instructed to
write the city solicitors requesting
in early communication with fl I
erence to the proposed expropriation proceedings ol a lol at the
corner ol First st and St. David's
avenue.
Thc board ol worki was instructed to have any neceisiry repairs
or alterations made to the drainage
system, at the Chesterfield avenue
school.
City Treasurer J. J. Woodi asked permission lo accept laxes on
block jo as acreage, from Mr. F
C. Roux, at the sime assessment
valuation as adjoining property,
namely $1700. Thii block hid
been subdivided into lots, but the
plan had not heenWaistOWd,hoB0fl
the necessity lor this permisiion.
Authority was given on motion.
Alderman Irwin reported that no
lurther progress had bssfl made in
ferry negotiations, owing to the
(act that the citv solu 11■ ■ r had not
as yet replied to the request ol the
council to revise the pioposed a*
greement. Thc city r'eik to write
the city solicitor to reply as soon
as possible.
The Streeti Regulations by-law
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was passed through its third reading.
Council adjourned lor two weeks
as Monday next is a holiday. Committee meetings will stand adjourned until one week from Thursday
next.
North Vancouver Defeated
An interesting football match,
North Vancouver vs. Shamrocks,
was played last Saturday alternoon
at Recreation park, 21st st. There
was a good tussle (ot supremacy
at the start, the Norvans playing
with great dash, gradually driving
their opponents back on their own
line. Numerous shots were sent
in from all quarters, which caused
the visitors' custodian no little
anxiety in disposing ol. The pressure was relieved, and a spell ol
midfield play lollotved, some very
interesting and clever (ootbail being witnessed by the handful of
spectators present. The home
Nets' outside right (J. Loutet) getting possession, carried the ball to
within easy shooting distance oi
the visilors'goal and drove Ihe ball,
in. The Shamrocks' custodian
only partially cleared, and F. Tarn]
the home centre lorward, who was|
lying in wait, did the needful In
tipping the ball into the net. This
early reverse brought from the
visitors their actual worth,and they
resumed play with a great dash,
and the leather was very soon
hoveling within the dreaded precincts ol Tarn and company. Several well placed shots by the individual members of the visitors'
lorward line almost lound the mark,
K. lam In mg granted an opportunity to display his goalltecping
capabilities H, was equal to the
occasion am! Iiroughl off some u
nuikahle saves. The Inevitable
g ial resulted, however, aud the
learns drew level.
Fast and interesting lootball
followed,each goal being visited in
quick succession, thc Shamrocks
having, if anything, the best ol the
exchanges. Just before half time
ihe visitors snatched another goal
and took the had. Hall time result, North Vancouver 1, Shamrocks 2.
kight away Irom lhe restart the
Shamrocks showed their trm lorm.
The local lads were down and out,
and for the better part ol thc second hall, their goal had to stand a
perfect bombardment,during which
time the visitors added tno more
goals. Try as they could thr Norvans could not circumvent thc vigorous attack of their opp mints
On play the Shamrocks were decidedly the better leant and deserv
ed to win. The game resulted,
North Vancouver 1 goal, Shamrocks 4 goals.
The local lads' defeat can lie ac
counted lor in the (acl that the
new men on trial did nol display
the lootball expected ol them, and
to thr selfish play indulged in by
one or two ol thc lorward *juni-
tette. Individual play seldom
merits success in these days of
high standard football.
opiuent, but were the old Lillooet
trail opened ti,), a much larger
Inn ol men would he employed.
The compauy want to spend much
money on the group, but they are
prevented,Irom doing so hy lack of
a proper trail.
In the vicinity of the Bank of
Vancouver group, between there
and Ihe liritauma on Howe Sound,
is one ol the most promising mineral belts in the province, yet it is
held back because of lack of trails
and roads.
The development of that mineral belt, means the establishment
of at least one smelter, and much
prosperity to North Vancouver. It
is a matter that should be looked
into.and every possible effort made
to influence the government to
open up the Lillooet trail up Seymour creek.
Sons of England
On Tuesday evening the Sons of
Lngland Henefit Society organized
a new lod;*e in North Vancouver,
under Ihe name ol Western Rose,
No. 296. The ins.itution took place
in the Eagle's Hal1,on Esplanade,
belore a large assemblage of visiting brethren Irom the Vancouver
lodges.
Twenty-seven members were obligated out of the first signers for
the charter, leaving lully as many
more to be initiated at the nexl
meeting. The institution pro-
ceedings were under the direct
iliarj,e nl district deputy A. Horton
assisted by the executive officers
and members of Western Jubilee
lodge ol Vancouver.
Following the initiation, came
the institution ceremony, and then
the election and installation ol
officers.as follows : Past president,
J Smith ; president, Percy King ;
vice-piesident, K. II. Tarn : ilup
lain, 11 Bland; secretary, L. J.
Sales ; treasurer, C. R. Hickman ;
first committeeman, F. Tarn ; second, C. Baker ; third, Bro. Sheldon ; fourth,Bro.Lawrence, fifth,
II. T. Evans ; sixth, T. I'm me .
inside guard, G. Prime ; outside
guard,T.Charlesworth ; physician.
I>r Vi mer; auditors, Bros. Walms-
lev, May and Plowman ; trustees,
Bros. Gnbble, Smitheriiigale and
Sheldon.
At the conclusion ol th. installation,several congratulatoii ipsa
in Bete given. The new lodge
starts off with the assuiance uf a
luge nienili r hip and bright pros
pects It will meet on la* r»M
and third Tueidays in the F.aglc
hall, which has been leased lor
two vears.
District Tax Sale
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Seymour Creek Mining
B. A Welbon, manager of the
company that is developing the
Bank ol Vancouver group of mineral claims,at lhe head of Seymour
creek, was in the city on Monday.
He stated that the assessment work
(or the year had been completed
on the claims, wilh gratifying results.
The ehginccr of the company
had just inspected the property,
and in the course ol his prospecting had made a valuable discovery.
A new fein had been discovered
and traced lor Jooo (eel in lenglh,
and lully 1000 leet m d. pth down
the slope of lhe mountain The
vein is between 30 and 40 ('■• I 111
width, ind is made up ol lltsn 1
granitc.carrying 1 high percenllge
in copper. Assiyi made have
shown (rom 35 lo 311 pi r nnt
copper, an average o( It] 50 in
gold, and one ounce in silver.
The  company  ha- 1 \,
great difficulty in taking in supplns
lo the property,   men having l-een
employed to dn the packing.   It 11
their  intention to continue devel-
The sale of property for arrears
lam, held by the District 011
Tuesday lasl, drew a full house,
and ' In il'*'l at times some lively
bidding upon the part ol thos* 1
sirous ol venturing their money for
a cheap buv, on the probablhti ol
the delinquent (ailing torodssfl
the propi rtv within ilu* statutory
time limit. Alexander Philip,
CMC , made a very efficient auctioneer, and Meaeaded ia ncoring
very satisfactory prices as biddia|
goes upon such occasions. A- llu
result ol lhe silr, ihe District
treasury is mm bsd to tin' amount
o| Ij.iiiii. The list ol propi iiii fl
sold, and llie Inner ol rai li. is as
lollows:
H. F. Fulton, with whom wei
associated the following officers 1 f
the Grand Lodge 1 Wallace Law.
D.G.M.f E. L. Webber, G.W.j
Thomas Kmbleton, P.G.M.,acting
G.S.; Archie Laidlaw, P.G.M.,
acting Grand Marshall ; Al. \
Cleland, PG.M., Inner Guard:
and W. Johnson, P.G.M., Oottl
Guard. The following officers of
the local lodge were appointed anil
duly installed : A. L. Clements,
H.G., l'dwin Peers, V.G., II. M
Hums, KS., F. Farrow, TlSSI
F. Cummer, P.G., K. Innis, Conductor, J. G. Kelley, Chaplain, C.
Nye, R.S.N.G., R. Fraser. LS.
AG., R. Brereton, Inside Guard,
J H. Pilling, R.S.V.G. The Installation was participated in by
about fifty visiting lirethren Irom
Vancouver, and about fifteen new
members were initiated. Light
refreahflMBta were served during
the evening. The regular meeting
ol the lodge will be held every
Thursday, in the Knights of Pythias Hall, Lonsdale avenue.
Lynn Valley Notes
William Germyn is building a
cottage on Mr. Underwood's property, on pipe line road.
Councillor W. H. Davidson is
making good progress with the
erection of his residence, on
Frotnme road.
Joseph Kirkland has removed
from the city and has taken up his
residence at the waterivorksintake,
entering upon his new duties as
caretaker, on Tuesday last.
John M. Duval went to Vancouver on Saturday last, with the i.i
tention of entering the hospital, in
order to get rid of the effects ol
the bad sprain which he sustained
in his right leg some time ago.
The Veterans' Association of
Lynn valley will hold a church
parade to the Lynn valley hall, on
Sunday next, at 3 o'clock. A nuin-
11 r i.f visitors are expected from
the city. There will be music appropriate to the occasion. Mr.
Haywood will preside at the organ.
\>liln sses will be deliver, il by
Revs. Davis and Balderston.
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Monday will be a gala day in
North Vancouver for football en
thusiasts. I he management of
the local team have made arrangements (or holding a tournament
for the valuable trophy, presented
lor competition last year by the
Hon P. Catter-Cotton. All the
teams in the senior league have
intimated their intention lo tak%
part in the tournament, thus Baser
ing great success The competition will be pulled oll under cup tie
principles, the games being of 30
minutes duration, 15 minutes each
way.
I he preliminaries will be played
nil in the morning, and tin si mi
final and final in the afternoon,
commencing at 1 o'clock prompt.
It is hoped that lovers ol tliegame
in this city will till lhe large aid
a itiiinodious grandstand at thr
grotlBtW, on iist street, on that
day. Three or four hours of lootball of a very high stamlanl. ll
giiarantiul
For New Catholic Church
New I O O. F. Lodge
North Vain oiiver Lodge number
ss, I 0 0 I' . was duly instituted
under most auspicious conditions,
on Friday evening last The instilling officer wn Grind Master,
Notwithstanding the lact that
the weather was far from ideal lor
the purpose, the lawn social held
at the residence ol Mrs Phillipo,
on Wednesday, in aid of the building fund for a new church for the
local Roman Catholic congrega
tion was largely attended. The
visitors comprised many well
known citizens of Vancouver, as
well as residents from the city.
Oncol the most enjoyable I'atiuis
'if (In occasion was tin* lish pond,
which proved wry attractive to
both young and old. The Iimi (mn
was in eveiy way a gratifying success and 1 satisfactory amount was
realised for the purpose in hand.
Mis Phillipo desires to 1 oorsy In r
thanks 10 the ladies who so ably
assisted her in iln* arrangements
and who iolilribille.1 to IDI
sum, as well as to the publii  *
mils  patronage Blade lh* I I
tl riaiiiment   such  a   pn :. UBl 1 'I
lacceai
Christie John, in Indian, was
fined I50 on Tuesday, for drunken*
neu.
Born. -At the North Vancouver
mspital, 011 the 3rd inst., the wife
of |ohn White, 4th street, of a son.
The   adjourned  tax sale ol the
district will be held at the munii 1
pal olliie next  1 uesday alternoon.
Several Indians from the mission
were fined ill the local police court
this week, for being drunk and
disorderly.
Fresh picked plums lor preserving, eating and cooking apples,
may lie had direct from the grower
C. E. Kkknk, 15th street east.
Misse, May and Libel Marshall,
ol New Westminster, were 111 tl e
city for a short time this week, tin*
guests of Mrs. Geo. 11. Morden.
Poa Sai.K.-Onc set Kncyclo-
psedil Britannica, 30 volumes,
manila binding, in excellent condition. No reasonable offer re
fused.   Apply at this office.
Owners ol orchards arc complaining bitterly of the thieving
and destruction of certain young
men and boys. The culprits ar.
known and prosecution will follow.
A Porto Rican, named Joe lij
rando.appeared 111 the police court
Tuesday, charged with supplying
liquor to Indians. The charge was
proven and be was fined $50 and
costs.
W. II Maltinson moved over
Irom Vancouver on Wednesd.iv.
taking up his residence in tht
Thompson block. Mr. Mattinson
has entered the employ ol the Diplock-Wright Lumber Company.
On Saturday, the sailing club
held tlieir ninth contest lor the
season, four boats competing, tht
Cuttysark, Minnie, Fan Tan and
Napanec. The Cuttysark won In
a margin of six seconds in a light
breeze.
A government sale of lands will
be held in O'Brien's hall. Vancou*
1ST,   on   the 29th   insl .  IfesHS
Rankin and Ford being the auctioneers. Tin list includes several ban i*U ol land west of the Cap
ilano riser
J. J. McAleecc purposes opening
his stole in the Keith block, on or
about Tuesday next. He will carry
a full line of dngOOdl and gi nls'
furnishings. His opening announcement will be lound on the
back 1
A. S. BflMMBee and Rod. ften-
sliaw returni d Ofl Wednesday Irom
ihtiBliag expedition upSeymoui
creek, on the east range, opposite
the Vancouver waterworks reservoir. Tin■> brought back a black
liear ol moderate size.
I. I' HbbUm "I the staff of
Smith. Davidson * Wright, Van
soever, has tskes up Ins residence
ui lbs ii' w ' ottsfs n 1' nily built
lor bun on Sixteenth sip . 1,1 1 1 Ol
Lonsdale avenue, by the Diploik
Wright Lumber Company.
The work ol clearing the line
for tin* water main for the Lum
1 reek wafer district was begun ihll
Ml I*."ii (lie Lous.I.ii. || . tion I In
work will bs p> il.nun d In day la*
|...i.   iin<|. 1   tin  -ni'i nis.nn *d tin
distrii 1 sofiasi 1. Donald! UMree
The east abutment of tin Iniind
Stioni of IDS m w Seymour 11" k
budge lias ii'il Ii.ii.lined properly,
and it is tin- intention to n plan
it. In doing so the 1 v avail*.ns
will be made deeper. 111 order lo
ri ndi r the foundations yet more
secure.
Mr. Spocks, representing the
Dominion l'i|>< Company, ol Kl tt
\\. stniinstit,   was  in  the city on
Wi'din s.lai,   111  consultation with
District BngiDe«i 1 loosld Cameron
with lefsri an to the laying ol tin
pipe for the Lynn valley water
district.
Tin* adjourned general muling
ol the Cons'ivatiu* kSOOt ifltlOfl
«i!l be held in the Eagle's hall.
Esplanade, Beal I'm alav evening
Bssides |sni ral busiflesi thi pn-
nsrii   '.'.iii I"- bi Id tor thi 1
*| |.      dl     I Iti - I" all' I).I tin   ( "II
s. rial:','  1 * 'I' ution at VsOCOUVSt
: dai
OThi last -si. 1 die B.C. Gazette aBetaiai noiiii "I tin assignment ol W. H. Kingsford Smith
A. M. Pound of Vancouver is the
assignee and Cecil Killam is solicitor for the creditors. The liabilities of tlie estate will total about
$7000, and the assets in the neighbourhood of $3000.
A big scowload ol coal hai been
i" 1 in il bv P. Larson and is being
distributed to purchasers throughout the city. Now is the time for
those in need of fuel to lay in
their supplies ler the winter and
avoid inconvenience during the
busy months. Mr. Larson sells
both wocd and coal.
The families ol J. W. Fugler
and Walter Owen had a verv un*
pleasant experience on Fridiy
night last. They had been dining
together and had partaken of some
canned corn, which in some way
had become unwholesome, causing
them a very uncomfortable night's
sickness, although fortunately they
all escaped serious consequences.
J. D. Fraser, of the firm of Fraser & McNah, met with a painful
accident on Friday last. While
attending to Ihe plumbing ol the
new house of Robert Tarn,on 16th
street, he inadvertently stepped on
the end of a loose board, which
allowed him to Iall forcibly against
the floor joist, breaking three ribi
in the right side. Mr. Fraser is
able to be about again, and il progressing rapidly toward recovery.
P. Larson has made his public
appearance in an entirely new role,
as the sole owner of Ihe very latest townsite to make its appearance on the map of British Columbia. This townsite is situated in
Capilano valley and comptisei 15
ops ol the property tecently purchased by him for the purpose o(
establishing a summer hni-1 and
tourist resort. The name chosen
is Canyon View townsite. The
lots are of liberal dimensions and
will be placed on the market in
due course.
John D. Mather, ol Vancouver,
md Miss Beatrice Campion,daughter ol W. Campion, of Ollowiy St
Campion, bankers, Winnipeg.were
married in the litter city on Thurs-
lay. Mr. Mather is accountant
and secretary of the Dominion
Trust Co., ltd., Vancouver, with
which company the business manager of this paper wai also connected for two and one-half years
as manager of the stocks department and mercantile exchange.
Iiu BsMBBf extends congratulations and wishes Mt and Mrs. Mather every happiness and prosperity in life.
Exhibition Notes
The arrangements are now completed, for what promises to be s
most attractive snd snccesslul exhibition, in the Horticultural hall,
tomorrow. Entries hsve come in
.' IJ Ir. ,lv, so that lhe floor space
will In taxed to its utmost lor ac-
< ommodation.
Tba Vancouver Milling Co.,
Iliaikman-Ker Milling Co., and
Victoria Cross Tea Co.,are arranging lor an extensive joint exhibit.
|sBMS Simpson, florist of Victoris,
and Brown Bros , lloristi ol Van*
. .uu r, are arranging complimentary   displays  ol flowers, plants,
* ti .   which are exported lo reflect
* radii upon their respective cities.
James Rougier, furrier ol Vancou*
i< 1.will put in a striking exhibit ol
high class native furs as well ss
sliilfid animals, etc. 32 bottles oi
fruit are being exhibited by the
\: in nltoral department, Victoria.
I In inui'ial display will comprise
ti'pn sentative samples Irom Lvnn
1 nek, the Britannia mines, ind
nib' r localities, and in addition,
Mr   Bryant, assayer,  Vancouver,
j will send   over  his excellent pri*
ollection.
Mn Mason ,\ Risch Piano Co.
sill have a fine display of musics!
instruments, 11 will also other
linns The committee in chirge
-I ilu ladies' work have met with
splendid success, and thn department mil be a conspicuous feature.
I In uillections ol fruit,vegetables,
Sti will be fine, and thr display
ol Ine stock thr best ever. A liberal patronage hy the citizens snd
iia- fair will be 1 success. The express, north Vancouver, b. C,
THE EXPRESS
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SalirilKlllMaM I,
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I.. II. ItoBDBB,
I'.u-iniss Ugr.
The Exprsn is delivsrsd in North
Vancouver within a radius of 12
blocks of  the  ollice.    All outside
tins distrii t is placed iii the post
slice,
K iii 1 iif Subscription i
(111!      la    .11 - f  I. HO
Six 1 ithi .50
Iliu I iiaainlhs *        - .25
United Stall I md Foreign, ft.50
per year,
Ail subscriptions must be paid in
advance.
Anv prison not receiving this
paper regularly will please notify
1 Si 1. No paper stopped un
less notified 1 ithei by letter or card
tion of the inspector, but was dismiss. .1 mi iiii ground thst the new
location was onl*  1 li w  blocks
from the present offii 8.
The present Scheme runs along
practically the same Inns and if
supported by a largely signed public petition,  should result in some
provision for the iccommodation
ot the huge portion of the population whosa convenience would
be served. 1 hs chiel obstacle to
ths lUCCesaoi the movement will
probably bl found in the fact that
in order to lie effective, three collections of mail daily will be required. Whether the postal rev-
■nuc of the city al present is snfli-
:ient to induce the department to
assume the additional expense involved, is probably ths point upon
iihich the late ol the plan will
lum.
THE TALI. I AIR
Nor 1 it Vim ouvi k. Si 11. 4, 190N
POSTAL FACILITIES.
SHOES   SHOES   SHOES
SCHOOL OPENING
We III vmi III si ur stink.   Thi los priei' and
a|iiiilily will nrprlSS and  iliiiM* vim.
Give North Vancouver a elianee Snd -ave iu.nii*\ und
tiini'.    We are print ieal .liiii'iiaaii ain.l nu'ddle uilli
no other Iriuli-
Kiery  ktsd "f uliue in stm'k fur Men, Women uml
Cliilalra'ii.     Iili'i'iils mi  Ihe dollar llSI tlian uny
inlverlis'"'!  priie..
Agents   lot    Leckie   Boots,    Minister,
Myles,   The Williams' Shoe Co .    McCready, Old Counlry and The K Hoots.
WOOD 6 SON
in.
Billable "inn store
NOTE
' *   ______________________
At it door InStritrrii a lirtreri Store
Repairing    Best of leather and workmanship.    IOR. Lonsdale .V 2nd
:an to foster and encourage the for Boot and Shoe Repairing
1 I 1  /*.._» Uf-.l.
"They All Trade At nome''
n
Although peopleOOme down the hill
it don'l lay they go to Vanoouver to
buv Groceries.    Thev  Never  Pui
McMillans
mining and lumbering industn "rand Custom Work
the district.    One of the chief   t-
dibits at the fair tomorrow will be
I collection of minerals from ninei 1
being developed in this locality
jo to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Resident Hoot Mali. 1
Lonsdale Av , sboVS .'nd Street
at lhe A. M. Robs Shoe Store.
Tin   proposed petition lor improved postalanaagenM nts. which
made its first public appearance at
thu si ssnin nf ths District Council
held but 1 vi nmi;, is S movement
along right lines, and if tarried
through, may reasonably bc expected to result in additional provisions for the convenience ol tin*
pul'lic.
lt 1- petitioned that a sub-post
office be established on the hill,
and that two postal boxes bc located in that section of the city,
one at the corner of Lonsdale ami
Ith,Slid OM at tlie corner of Lons-
dal« and 1 jlh.
lt is 'iiiiti 1 vident that the residents in tl:. northern section of
the tit) al*  ii i'id at considerable
disadvantage with reference to
their mail, undi t present arrangements, and tin accomplishment ol
tin* above improvement! would accord them the needed facilities in
this regard. There is room for
doubt, however, as to the practicability ol the scln me to secure a
second ollite foi thi delivery of
mail in the cit} ,it tin* present
time. In point ol but llii- entire
matter was taken up b) the local
post oflice ollicials with the di part-
BBBl some luii sgo, lt was
thought at that time that practically the si in in* * ntlini al ibovi
might bt pul inti'. u cution. The
whole propositi! , . u entered into very carefully with the Inipei -
tor. IK- was ol opinion thai 1
second orlke fur tin* deliver] ul
mail was not required,(ot ths rea>
son that prattu,n.i ,i'n thi households ol the city bavi . * reptn
sentatives who bavi occasion to
utilise the ferry with sufficient Ire-
ijii'in y tu 1 liable ll.'-m to procure
tin ir mail n gulsrl . nul that it
was more convi nil i.i lot that ■ n -
idents to gi t tht il n lil ll lbs pii -
sent office, because tin greatei
portioa of them use the sti. 11 can
going up tin I 11, .'■ I ,1 1! * \ wish
to go right lliri.a* ia. it would not
bc convenient |..i thei   to  top ll
I lll'llll'IV  1 !';* ■   hi| laa 1    ,;, (he lllll
Th. lns|>a 1 toi   thi :■ lor . did aol
11 in lorward tbe
reipiist 1.1 a di liver) 0S11 io thai
locality,
lt was then tho .  t that po lal
boxes might be pin < 1 in ti.
lion  ol the city, and that an offil I
lor  the  sale ol Itsmpl might also
be   provided.      This   plan would
have enabled  reaideoti  ti       I
tlnir outgoing mail at a convenient
point. It was part ol the plan
that  thc  mail in tin- boxi s should
be collected by the mail carrii r
Irom Lynn Cri 1 k. OB tba way in,
Once per 'l,r I In-, plan was n-
COfnissd .1 ■ 1* ing in pi tfi et, inasmuch as thc colli 1 lum would not
Le frequent enough to connect with
all outgoing mails. A person
\vis11111 _: iu' sti 1a il' outgoing Lng
lish mail, I'.i illustration, would
not be 1 thii  plan
{Nevertheless   it   Wl
iho best that could be dons,   This
ichaflM sm lorwei li d to tbs di
pariment with   lhc lecommst la*
Thi Bxnutaa haa been requested
at this juncture, to reprint a
I short article written lor this journal by Mr. Wickenden, in 1906:-
of the benefits conferred on districts by the holding ol Fall Fairs
by the various agricultural associations, and of the wisdom ol tbe
OVi lament in encouraging and
issisimg them, then* is,we believe,
no doubt.
In districts which are purely
agricultural, the Fall Fair is the
event of the season, the meeting
place ol town and country, of the
old nsidsnter and ol tbe stranger
that is within the gates.
By the judicious employment ol
independent and expert jodgei
Irom oilier centres, having no pre*
indues, supustitions nor axes that
had become blunt, the awar.ls given became naturally the stamp
ol excellence—the hallmark ol
success, encouraging that friendly
rivalry and competition so neces-
isry to progress  Tlnn too, tba
Fall Fairs became a more direct
ind effective means of advertise-
'mul, and of communication with
the great outside public than even
the public press,and thev provided
opportunity lor the interchange ol
opinion and information uot otherwise to be obtained.
But, just as it would seem unwise say, in some district of Manitoba, to oiler large premium! for
exhibits of lumber and minerals,
win ie iiiiin are produced,so in our
judgment, it is a wasting of opportunity in North Vancouver to omit
to recognize the lumber and minerals of that vicinity, and the various arts, trades and mysteries that
glow out of them, snd w Iiii hm
the future, may not impossibly be
among lhe chief feeders of tlic
future city.
lt Would sielll to US, Although
the Fall Fair is held under ihl
auspices ol the Agricultural A sa,
iation, that it is intended lor the
(1 in ial public good, and while it
is fat fruin our wish, to sei in to
sm 1 r at those staple products, the
crazy quilt and the giant tquaab,
vi t  we  lai.not  at lhe inonienl re-
ui .in*, iaataai 1 ol tin* lonndstioa
and pi.i"|. ss ,.( ,1 modi rn se.,|i,i||
lOWn, upon tin Im*' "| mi, Ii pro-
1I111. lum ami 111.111 al.ia lm
\m,iT\Tio\Fouii|ioR imw: Chesterfield School
IBks ii"liei' llial at the next ineelui:
nf the board ol Hrsnii noiiiinlaBl**Bsn for
ihe 1 ily a.l North VBBBOflVM I iuteti'l I"
111:1k.' sppllestloo tiir 11 liaillle lii'i'ii.e lor
llie Mile uf a<|iirituiius.ftiriiii'iittil nr i.l In r
liipinrs, lur the premises -uinite.l <>i.    i
23, iilnek iiu-i, D.L. 171 snd 174, laacou*
ver liistriet.
JOHN sKNWiX
iiatiiltiiis nth,lav iii ugnst, nni-
Dr. A. McKay Jordan
EYE SPECIALIST
Con be consulted about Eye
Troubles at the old stand
.134 H.itlnBa Si.      V»neo*»v-*r
I'nrner binwlaleAve.nud Ulli tta
NORTH <'AHOOUVKB
liimi'iliiii: ami Hn\ Ichtd fur hji
Will lie "1'ilieil Sept. "lh*
1'KIMII'U s
A. 11. SCRIVEN, B.A.
K. II. BATES, B A
9 to (S inch tops
MENS
SHOOTING
BOOTS
ProsJwdorV Surveyor*
and I oqouV Boots
All the Besl ('ana.ban Makes
PRICES
$4.00 to $9.00
PYKE'S SHOE  STORE
North laiiriiiiviT lliiriliiiiri'
fi
MARTINSON* CO
Building
Contractor*
Plus' ami   Bpsetteatloni   Prspsml.
i\'hen tliiuliinn nf bnUdlBg let II. |fvl
1111 a-ijnuite.
(iitnltil   Tools
Lliun Mown
Eh fi ri cul Fixtures
Flu mbi it ij
Paints uml Oils
Builders' Hwrdwurt
"ilfi Haitingi Btreet
ilnKNK BLOCK
Or I' IL   Haa,  7.
i.onshai.i: AVI .
Na.llll  V.1.1..1IVII.
SEYMOUR DAIRY
~~~~—~m~_/ \_MStmt*
SEYMOIR CREEK.
f'rnll Mills ilcliliTrd Iiiiiii ll)
iill imris iif tliH'il)
fool 01 lonsdcie Ml
LIST 101 M
PROPERTY
with is i'ok
LfiniiuriOTiiiin
liuniair HinSBHS, I'mp.
lull uluek uf l-'ri'fli ami t'lireil Meals
ui*l I1-I1 kepi. Alsu liuirv I'rinlut'ls
,ni'i I ■" r 1 * -11 VemUbUs,
ORDER! DELIVERED to all parts
a'itlie valley.
.|. \V. BALMAIN
Civil.   KMilNKKK
1 iii.iiiiuii Surii'Vaar iiiiii Architect
I'ni 11111 Stukit, OoBBBfl I.uvsii.ii.k Ava
NORTH   YANl'uI'VKIt.
fli
nui' 111:11,111 Nnim
PROPOSED LOCAL IMPROVEMENT
As il antu ipatmg tin iilea out
luieil in Mr. Wu ki mien's sitii Is,
Till lixi'Ki ss is pleased to note
that the ilm 1 tors of thc llortictil
lural Societv,   are cluing all  lln*.
[I HII II
Leave Orders at Express Office.
Pioneer Bakery
I'llvve. 11 Hsplanaile .\: 1'it-t St.
S. H. Walker,  •   Proprietor
Fi'isli llri'iiil daily, 16
luiivi's fur |1; -I fm- 25oi
dike, Pastry, etc.
Daily Delivery to All  I'.nK uf City
niaaM s      71 Loaedili Kit
eWESTllMRMIlllhTlliT
IHBTRICT ul NoltTII VaNHiIVKH
~l_% naii.e iimt hsarli Wllllsa
1    CsflltsHd,    nl    Vane.aiu.r.   111',
iniitli'iiiiiu, Inlaadl in ippi) (of stf>
ini.-i..ii I.. Iiu-i* Un follnslni .li■*. nl..|
l.ul
(' men* III.' all a |>"-t li liml. -I  H Ihl
S.nitli   l.a-litlv Cornel "I  I'l-lrnl I'.I
II I,  i.r..ii|.  I,   N.*«   i\'-l Iiti r  In-
In. I, thenee mnitli lloH| llu-, ..-I Lam-
lain ,i( I a.i HI, OfOBP I, Ss» U, -Iiiiiii-
-l.l   Ill-till I.  I Ti »1 Ila a -• I '.',* .'llll ,11- . ill.-lll'l'
wi'.t :iii'."i iiuiiii-, iiii 'in e sortn :uiilc*J
■NM,  SSSl IT.:".' iiiiiiiii lie.re i.r lem lui
llu* niirtlii'iiHlerly SMBSf nl |ii«lriel \tA
117.1lii-iiri* S'.iitli.-iint.-rly. <n«tirlv anil!
northssstsrlv aionn Ihs nortbtrlr riws
<>( lltirranl Inlet lo IBS plaee nl l.iiii*
ninn, contslnlni isiaer". more nr less,
FRANCW WILLIAM CAULFEILD
DslsdMtfa Augmt, Uils
MSI
QUICK SALE
A. SMITH & CO.
JUNCTION   BLOCK
NORIH UMOIUR.
A CARD
Tn tlic Citiieni of
North Vinooaver
nni
1,.^
II   I
llllllll' NOTICE i- heri'hy niven that
' in iiii'iiriliiiiii* null lhe prnvi.iiuiH nf
the I'lihlh' ll.nltli llvUw, nf the Cilv
"i Nnrlh Vani'iiiiver, the Muniii[ial
('•niinii Imu* contacted «iili ths Meoi-
alll  lllllllll lUlliiTliallllellil  ill llie   (ill
Hull, North \niiia u\i*r, ,'ii the I'ir-l
Miuiilay nl eueli ni'.lilli, al  the lu.ur ,d
II o'clock in the lonocna, hrtbssar-
iii, * inalilin  ill   the StflSSM nl
the eily, ah |nH,r |m*SB8S;Snd all oilier,
si their "iin DipsBBS.
Tlie (mlu r, iiuilliiT. nr permm having
the care, nnrtoie, or csstadv ol svsrjl
child horn in iin* I ilv,  shall, ..ninn
three i ithi *in.* las Urlh tk sash
child, take or cuss in U* taken, ths
child, to the Meilii'iil Practitioner, in at*
lenilancent thesbovs sppsiatsd l*l*i"*
hr die porpoee ol beta| rsmhislsrl; on-
lt'«« Um clill.l lllis Well |.revinll.lv vneii*
n.ileil In ■*•• niii- li'iinlly iptaliliwl Prsctl-
tinner, iiimI tin* vaiiiiiiilinii iluly
eertllieil,
TlliiMAS SIIKI'llKHIi,
City I'lerk.
Nnrlh Vaiii'i'iiier, ll.l'.,
llth .Inly, lims. L'l-tl
T.-IKK NOTICK thai tlieCniinrilof the
' Corpnratipnol the Citynl North Vmi-
eniiver Intenda to oonstrnct tin* Loral
liniinneiuent Ml mil in llie B lieiluleii|i-
IM'iiriii,! Iielim, mul iiileii*!- I.. ,i--.*.s ilull mil cost,or I |.nrtin*i thereof, iii.in the
real |i"n|iortv l«'nerlli'(l lliereliv Ininlinii
OTahiitiiii!! Ilierenn iiiiiI helil liable for
aniinKiiicnl therefor.
A -lal.iiii'iil ihovis(Dm IiiiiiIi* lialile
ainl proposed to be ipeehdly aVtssssid for
iln* -aiil IlliprOTemSSt ami tlie niinii*. uf
ll ninr- lliireof, N Iai as llie name
can I.' a-i'Tliiineil (riuii ths lust rt'vincil
US aSOMSl rnll  anil  ollieriiiHe, is now
lileil ui  ll llii I   llie   A-ne-mnu'iit
Cninniissii'.ieriiuil is ii|k*ii (..r iiiB|ii*i-lion
illirinn nlliee Imurs.
The selieiliile Im'Ii.iv slinws tin* enti-
inateil ensl nf lhe Ifl-prSVSBMBl ami the
|'rn|«irtinii In Ih' |imiiili*il out o( (lie
general (iiniln of (lie eitv.
A i* uin n( nvis nn «il| he helil in t|*„
Cin llall. North Vuiiiouier, li.C.,i'ii
Ihs llth iiiy "l S'l'tenihiT, UKM, at Hie
llnlimf   H   ,'cluck pill., Inr   llll* |Hir|»iV*
iif lieariii)! niiv i'niii|ilninl.-ii|!iiin-l (lie
proiHweil BflflSBBSSBlai ur the aceiiriicy
n( IBS IllllllSSI ineiisiireiii.-iils, or any
other r..m|.l.nuts «Iiiiii the |n'rni>iiii in-
l.resli'il .1. -ire tn MBS ami which la hy
law citnizil.le I u* Hie Inurt.
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
aflBMBMBt CoiiiiiiisMaiii'T.
North Vinii'iiuver, H.C.i
'.Mill Aiiivimt, 1IHW
si 'IIKIIl'1.1 KI^KKKKUTO:
Prninmetl Kstinuiteil    C-iiin.il.*
Iiii|iroveiueiil total co*t citytopay
Qesrlsfl ami (trmliiin uf
Ki^'lilh    Slreel,    Ik-
(MSB  Loumlali' Avenue ami  Mtli Streei,
llllll llllllll,' of t'i-fl siile
walk on north aiilcof
.(reel Na*. (ter ft.
IroiiUne    Effl
2T-41
Pllo.il
Al'M.
Noan v.iMai m:
Vim an rvaa
Llf E ANO f IKI INSURANCE
NOIARY PUBLIC
REAL ESTATE.
Dominion Subsidy
Propoied North V*nootiver
Tenninui ol Urwid Trunk
Paoiflo.
Call on U or write (,,r full |.irliciiliri.
When you Intend building
ooniult
\\'i pstroniss jrooi msso
papers tvith il i hope thai
-roe sill patronise u  l'i l
nni iinhss ii, ui: |iveyon
nul ml] I'll-l < lass I'lann
yualily. HI' 1
I'll, es       Ail  v.e ,1   I,  a,|  ,.     :
.rial ilns ii [oi "hi mutual interesti   is tint jfOfl
iall   ami   se,    nur
PIANOS AND ORGANS
get our prices ami I..IB)
Terms. Ri 0 ntK STS puh-
hslnil a list i*l * in* I m
pi/en ul yunr Moil I'm
ininent  ami   Well Knnvvn
Citiaeoi who have houfbt
ill  lis
"NEW ART"
BELL PIANOS
which is ani] mi  ol the
16 different makes we
carry in stm k.
JI isi IS WIHIIMI WHIIHIK KM
Rl I III WII
ftlMH UIM
.VI 1.1 > N -1 > XI. I   Avi
/,*„.,■, im.,. / a dab i" '''*  ■"'"""'
.V-a.    N    '
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^^       l.l Ml IIU       ^^
139441 Uaating Street
Diplock Wright
Lumber Co.
I7th Slreel, Norlh Vancouver
Dimension LsnbM
Hllstif
Bhinglei
I,Ull
i'inisliinj; Lumber
•te., ite.
Our pi in s are ri^ht.    Let us give
you a figure on your
I.iiinlii r bill,
B*k
Rolled OaU
Flour
Hai) and Feed
Seed*
ALL ORDERS
DELIVERED
Fine, healthy Tomato and
Cauliflower Plants, grown from
Sutton's Seeds, always on hand
NOKTIl VANCOUVER
The Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdale  Avenue,
at  l'Yrry  Landing
11.ii iv Mitchell, local manager.
Job Printing at The Express ft
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C,
CORRESPONDENCE
Slinrt, nimleriilelv uiuileil  letter! nil
tonlesol nosesl public Intarsst will in*
puhliulii'il in Tula EXHUM,
No I'liiiiniiiiiii'ati'in piililisheil except
over nignature n( writer.
Tm Baiaass i» la so way rsspoudbli
fur the ii|iinioiisiil eorrsaMndsntSa anil
reserves the rtfUl tu terniiiiiite a discus-
sion at any lime.
Tuberculosis of the Lungs
To Tin: KiUToR ot Tun Exrm.ss:
Sir, —Having noticed several letters in the press lately 1111 the aliove
subject, 1 have been struck hy the
difsreat theories promulgated. In
a* letter by Mr. Crickmay he puts
practically all the danger on the
cows. This, I see, is ably contradicted by Mr. Cameron; but Mr.
Crickmay, in his letter, makes a
veiy important statement, viz.,
that he believes principally in prevention. Ibis is good sound sense
and while, of course, sanatoria are
at present most essential, I think
if the public were educate,I to the
danger ol expectoration, sanatoria
would cease to be a necessity.
Most cities have, 1 believe, a bylaw prohibiting spitting in public
places, yet a tew weeks ago 1 noticed two policemen talking at the
corner ol Carrall ami Water streets
and one of them expectorated on
the sidewalk. How can this white
plague be stamped oul ivhen the
principal fnrni of configiun (1 have
no doubt ignorantly) is indulged
in by one ol those who sliould si i
that the city In-laws are carried
out? Has any conviction ever been
obtained in Vancouver fur break
ing the by-liw prohibiting spitting
in publii places? | think not yet.
Dr. John A. HeHron, Syracuse,
N. Y., states in an article, the lol
lowing: "II we can relv upon Unreports ol thos- who examine ini-
niilely lhe Ihv'iis of the ileail in
thc various centres ol popalatiofl
ol the wni Id, we are lorced to be
Inu tii.it i) i pel cent.oreven more,
ol those who die from all causes
have evidences in their bodies ol
Iia vmi; bad at some time a focus of
infection tuun tuberculosis. Fur-
tlit inline, the examination tll the
dust nl public buildings and public couw tallies lias leionleil the
lact that the ipsctfc genu which
causes the disease is always lound
therein."      These iwn statements,
that nearly averj dm who es i ie
veals a (uberiu'nias lesion.ami that
tin* spei ihe bacillus is nnivsrssll]
distributed, an* ol enormous importance. I hey must be repeated
until they attract lhe attention of
every one, and until allnfeviii
class and of all employments units
in s crusade against a condition
conceded to be reinediabli.
And a New York board ol health
circular states: "Consumption is
a disease ol the lungs, wlm his
taken from others, and is not simply caused by colds, ilthougli a
coll may make it easier to lake
the disease. lt is caused by very
minute germs, which usually enter
the body with the air breathed.
The matter which consumptives
cough or spit up contains these
germs in greal numbers,frequently
millions are dischaiged in a single
day. This matter spit upon the
floor, wall or elsewhere, dries, and
ii ipt to become powdered and
float in the air as dust. The dust
contains the germs, md thus they
enter the body with the air breathed. This dust is especially likely
to bc dingerous within doors. The
breath of a consumptive does not
contain the gernii, and will not
produce the disease. A well per*
•on catches the disease from a consumptive onlv by in some way
taking the matter coughed up by
the consumptive."
Again, Dr. Ilegg, of Denver,
Colorado, pithily Hales, in an ar
tide on the Prevention ol Tuber
miosis "No sputum, no tab N I
Ions, therefore destroy the sputum
ind you prevent the spread of the
disease." Dr. Girdiner, in his
book, "The Care ol the Consumptive" stales that from fifty to sixtv
per cenl. of civilised people probably ire tubercular, or hive been
at some time in their lives,although
not diicovered to be io.
Now, Mr. Editor, I am alraid
this letter is getting long,but,when
you consider the lollowing lads,
which were stated in a circular
issued bv the General Federation
of Women's Clubs, I trust you will
not only find room for it, hut gel
the press to educate the public on
the prevention ol tuberculosis.
I Kvery third or fourth person
dies ol tuberculosis.  (Iliibeip r-
l The greater proportion nl
deaths occur between thc iges of
18 ind 45.
1 Most ol the victims are wage
earners.
4 More persons die ol this disease every year than (rom all other
infectious diseases combined.
5 The death roll of all the wars
of the nineteenth century il about
t4,ooo,ooo,aiul that from consuuip
tion in the same time ami countries about 30,000,000.
Thanking you for the Ipli r,
A. B. DIPLOCK
North Vancouver, Aug. ijlli, fjoti
Capilano Golf Club.
It seems as if, at last, a successful schema for providing a goll
course has been lound. Three
years ago the C.P.R. showed their
willingness to take the burden on
themselves of purchasing land at
Kburnc for a course, being fully
alive to the revenue which they
would receive from the transportation of several hundred members
there and back, hut obstinacy on
the part ol some of the landowners
to come to reasonable terms pre-
vi nlc'l the consummation ol the
si In me. The land for the Capilano course has been leased from
John Lawson for 99 years, at a
fixed annual rental, and is situated
in D.L. 775. The area to be laid
out will In* about 50 acres, and
ihere is every likelihood that some
nl Ihe adjacent property will be
taken in before long.
The course follows the eastern
boundary of D.L 775 to tne northern line, and will ultimately take
in blocks 1056 and part ol 1055,
thence westwaids about 4511 yards,
crossing a stream midway, which
loan ibiough the whole course in
a southerly dip ction. The southern bniinilaiy tin lis along the Keilh
road lor about 200 yards, then
through Mr Lawson's pastors
land due south to the shore.
The land is admirably adapted
lor a golf course, as the grade is
little over one per cent., and is
pleasantly undulating. The average hole will be over 340 yards,
and some good hazards will be encountered, notably the stream,
wlm h will lu* a trap to catch a duffed approach shot,and the McNair
logging railway, which has to be
negotiated   before   reaching   the
llunie girt II
The site (or the club house is an
ideal one, close to thc beach, and
a small two roomed building, with
the recessary locker accommodation, will be built to begin with.
The construction of a landing pier
is already under way, and by the
time the course is in playing order
a regulai bfit seivice will In* 11111
ning tn Knglish bay. This arrangement will enable Vancouvi 1
business men, leaving at 4 p.m.,
to get over to the golf course pier
in half an hour, and alter playing
1 round, to return in time ior din
ner in the evening. Il is expected
that the B. C. L. Ky. Co. will run
tlnir line westwards along the
Keith road, to thc great convenience ol North Vancouver members.
The extraordinary fascination
which goll has (or all suits and
conditions of men (and women) is
well known, and its rapid spread
in lhe United States, where thousands of dollars have been spent in
laying out courses, is a matter ol
recent history* The Scotch national game has claimed devotees
Irom ail nations and all classes,
Irom the peer to the peasant.
111 this connection one recalls
the well known anecdote ol thc
Edinburgh university professor, s
high authority and deeply learned
man in classical lore. The protestor was at St. Andrew's, and had
a caddie who was watching with
rising indignation his attempt lo
drive Irom the lee. At last his
feelings got the bitter of him, and
he addressed his employer thus,
"Ve may be a graund professor in
tlie university, but it taks a In nl
Iai play gowl."
lhe names of the committee
who are carrying out the arrangements lor the golf club are as follows : W. K. Burnett, Gresham
Williams. KII10I A. A. Haswell,
Dr.Campbell and John Alexander,
the last named ol whom is acting
is honorary secretary, and all lurther information ind application
forms for membership can be obtained from him.
■pi'iiHI mirth nf new |OOtll
open
The Store thai saves ymi money
I up (his week ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The A. M. ROSS Co.
This
Our
week  we have
a istomers will
opened up a lot ol NEW FALL GOODS,
more (ban plessed with the values wi are
offering in all lines of Boots and Shoes, Shirts, Underwear, Socks,
Ties, Gloves, etc.
§
'HOO I'AlItS men's ([ood tweeil Pauls in all |isM nml iliff' rent
patterns, the Rnss price |2 00, |.(.(X' anil 11 50 a pair. '! MSN
il Men's l)nii|*iila lml Shoes, siilil everywhere at |4.50 a pair,
the BoM prii'i' 1*1.50 a pair. 50 pairs boys' heavy schniil DOOll
soliii extension leather lolea, on sale |1.75 a pair. llliln/eu
men's fine 11.51) ilress Shirts, all new patterns iu all size- |l .uu
H doom men's heavy working Shirts He, Melt, 25 iloien Me, Ties
while the hit lasts lis-, each. 50c. seamless, fine all wool Cashmere
•Sox, :t pairs (or 11.00 25 dozen men's wool Socki, heavy weight 20c.
I pair or (i pair (nr f 1.00.
IfBN,   for up-to-date goods, and where quality is the first consid
eratiou, at price we defy competition to equal.       Come direct to
THE A. M. ROSS Co., 209 Lonsdale Ave.
If you wanl satis factory ItpMlHog done brim\your shoes to us.
North Vancouver Hospital
CONDl'tTBIl BY
THE   MISSES  DAWSON
TKKMS-»17.50to|20pi'rive.'k
City paiienls |l per ilny
RsrssesBBt out on application.
Corni'r l.ath Mr,,'! .nil >v,.l*|.iilin
W. NICH0LS0NLAILEY
ARCMIIECT
Ollice—New Thompson Block,
I.'.ii*.laile avenue.
Kesi.lenii.il work a specialty.
P. 0. Box 33
North Vancouver, B. 0.
Stoney & Co.
Painters ana
Pa perhn liters
117 Lonidale Av. Phone BBS
For Fiirnifiirp,
Houso Furnishing and
Crotkon
at Reasonable Prices,  go to
The North Vancouver
Home Furnishers
II 'KNK BLOCK l.uSSIul.K A'K.
&4ca/ ■—& t/fe^ &*J(t, &L
(Ml l.iq«w ami ft. C. land Sanayof
'fHOXI 2828
Railway*, Rrl.tfi'i, W'tii-r rowers, KiHmatrn,
8u|'iTinti'mlt'niiM.f OinMriictlun, Maps Town-
rittt, Mining Claims. f)ub-t)lvltioDa,eic.
814 llastlnii St. W.,   ■  ■   VANCOUVER, Bs ft
11
^.mniiiuii ■iiHiniiim rfimilVimi
IJ
I NOW is the
Proper Time
To liave \our  Furnace Fixed Up or a new one installed.    Don't leave it until the last minute hut see
us al nine.    We are sole agents in North Vancouver
Ior
McClary's Famous Stoves
Ranges and Furnaces
McClary's is a sufficient guarantee of
The name
their quality.
Wi OuartntM All our Work and
will Iind lhat our priors are just a
better Uian you can get elsewhere.
CALL OB RING 12
you
ittle
Paine&McMillan
Corner lonsdule Ave. and lirst St.
mmmmm mmm mm.
Phone 12
G. E. JORGtNSEN        |MT|, mmm m] >. nm (0   m)( m jm m
II OI-.li  VASCOt'Vtl
•8.00 A.M.
•ll.-IB   "
11 niaii' in:i
THK PU
HID
UBI.IU AUK HKItKllV MITI-
that all eases nf infectious.
i'initiii;ii.u- ..r i'|iiileniii' dlsSSSS, nf a
character tUsfMSSI t" public health.
must he reported to llie Medical Health
Officer.
THOMAS SIIKI'HKKH.
lily Clerk.
Cilv llall, North Vancnuver, B.C.
July Kill, IH0S. 2MI
n.v. f isri Co.
Cor. Lonsdale and Hth St.
I WSS l. Ml IB, Pnipv
'i I.',  \.M
lil.l'i     "
11.41   "
11.41 I'.M
1.45   "
'.'.45    "
.U.-i   "
4.45   "
1,48  "
n.i:.  "
ihum siibiii vANceuvie
•0.20 A M.
•7.20 "
S.S) "
(1.00 "
*i |8 -
m i * "
1145 "
1141 P.M
1.45 "
2.45 "
.1.45 "
4.4,ri "
5.45 "
11.45 "
7.45 ''
8.45 "
0.45 "
10.45 "
•11.48 "
•Not Ofl Sunday
10.16 A.M.
11.18  "
l'J. i'.I'.M.
I 15   "
2.15 "
3.18 "
4.18   "
8.16 "
6.15 "
7.16 "
PALACE HOTEL
BIM 11 BMMtlli 1IOIII   BN THI CIAM
■t^a*B.SBaB^flBBHBflflBBB^MHBBaBflBaBBB)
an ni'-TO-i'ATi:
T0DKI8T liKsoKT
Katui: 11.50 I'KK
HAY AND UP
The Seymour Hotel
JOHN MclNNIS, Plop,
located on Sfiimoui  Pipi   lim,
quoi Irr mill from wharf.
This is a first-class hotel,
snd is now open to the
general puhlic. Good
accommodation and
service guaranteed
Read ooflasctioai frofli North
Vancouver lor Vehicles.
Subscribe (or Thf, llfUH
per year.
fi
U'Ml ITIOV FMll((l'0lLKIM
I IIKKI.HY HIVK NOTICK i.l my
iiiti'iiimii tii 'apply In (lie Hoard of l.i*
ssBautt OsaifluaBOMH hr lbs I iimt n. t
Municipality of North VSMOBvef at
tlieir next regular BtSStlBS alter lie* ix-
iiiratinii ol thirty illy* Irom the dad*
liereof (or a llMSS hi a Imti-I lo In*
l.niil iipmi land .iiuiiii* in Iln* l.i nn
Valley in Ihe mid Diilriel Mum, i|,nlilv
llellll! Int. one (I, allll ISO .') in Moil
lilli one i.M *, snh-diviiion of dimriet lot
l«o 111i.iihhml ami eiiility-wieli (MJ .
iiroiip one (I), New   We.liiiin.ler din-
1 Tl- t
Katiil Ihi- eighth day of tlfSSt, UK".
HARRY BOLLARD,
Witmiw:
8. LUCAS HUNT.
For Diarrhoea,
Dysentery,
Cholera Infantum
Etc., use
Raymond
Diarrhoea
Mixture
Thin remedy ii sold under tin*
('iiinnini! po.Kivi' cuuraiilee
"7i»*!'c half ii bottle and if not
found salisfai fort; return the
balance lo ut and gtt your
money back."
is THIS Mill
PRICE
25c per bottle
All kinds ol Fresh Fish delivered daily. Smoked Fish a specially.
Also Butter, F-g^s, and Vegetables
Our aim i- to please our sflltoiUS as
lo Hoods and prices, l/'t us hnve your
nniim.
N.V. flSH CO.,
IMIOXKsl.
■ 77,i Obliging Druggists"
C.i. I'aarala.m I ii>l Ca ii i hie Ml
Vancouver.   II. C<
COAL
COAL
New Wellington
('onl direct from tlic mines
Place your orders now and
secure your winter's supply.
Lar^" shipments wi"
rive in a few days.
V|«ii.i! Kali's In families ami linmlar itoardm
llal(-li,.iir (.rry iniineiliim t" and Irom Vinrouver.   Hot tnd cold
water in every room.   Keturn call Im'IIs in every  room.   Barber
.li'.|. ill i'..||llei'lii.ll.
REDA & ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
St.aM   iikhi.   • ■   NORTH  VANCOUVER, B. C.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Cars leave the Fitn Landing for yiicer.sbury Avenue, Twenty-first
street ami LoBsdale, Wim li slreet and Keith Road as lollows : 6:15
a.m., (1:45 a* m*. 7:15 »■ m-. 7:45 »■ '"■> H;l5» m-. 9 »• nt. 9:40 s. m.,
10:10 a. in., Alter 10:25 a. in., cars will leave Queensbury svenue,
Twenty-first and Loaadal* avenm, and Winch street and Keith Roid
at h\a■'minute-* tu tin booi .iri.l tm uly live ininutes pist the hour.
Cars leau Nineti.nth strut and (jiiecnsbury svenue, Twenty-first
streei ami LoBsdak BVBBBS, Wim h street and Keith Road as follows :
ba. 111., (1 55 I "I, ; -"' a in., t*:05 s. 111., f,:^ tt. m.,930 S. m.
After 9:30 s 111 ' ais lean ih. l'i ny Landing at ten nuniitei put the
hour ami tWSflt] uiinut'"> l» tlic hour.
nr
PRICES RIGHT
Airoo
sujiply of Wood
ways on hand.
!%
All boats at.   ni. I hi  the cirs.
ATENTS
ROMPTLY SECURED.
We i"1u- ( (hr 1.11- m -. -.I  M ■ urm,
Ktiv.n«'-"t«»mli'thris ehuml ra-lhe ■•liiMMI-
ity ol hiving tliHr l".i'nt I
byRlptftti   I'l' 'iittin.Tiy *r\  1     I
v  Miialf. Our Invwitrif'i Advtstr-   lit ni- 11 i* *
qurtt lUrw-n In Mutt m, RefM, N-wV-.ikl,i(t
Wl   M.-nl'i-sl   antl Wesliitiflon  \)i\  U -U
11
I
1/.111..M, in . r
all kind- ol Mi--i.ii and AntlqU I iiriu-
liire. si.r., ulli***. Bask and  liar Kis-
mr,*-   Rspatriiii in all n* InaalNa.
ITSTIilel!" W-i Hi'l. i:hi*it«(li*'l'l«l"l lxnnlaT.tr
0pMall4 Sa-hool
MAII.liKI'Klts* niven |.r.mi|.t alli'iitinn
North Vancouver
Transfer "ttJT-
P.  LARSON
Held Nurth Vaniiniver
Telephone No. -2.
Cartage. Removal«i
Parcel Delivery,
Btorafle
(IN      UlCAHiiV.VIII.K     TKHMM
OFflCt: - LONSOHl Hi MM
Telephone JO Nighl CalK 13
A. FAKKO
General Contractor
Unal ('lenring. stump ami Kock
llluling. Kitra eara* near huuiaw.
All ilaniaiien uimli' K...I
KHI'MirHlNT     AiiKNCY
• nil »l . \\ a-a.1 ,,l I .a,..I. I.
f (I II... II
SEEDS,
'     TREES,
PLANTS
For the Farm, Garden, Lawn
or Conservatory
lie lialile lani'tie. »t reawinabli* prleea.
SoBofSfl, No Scale. Nn Fumigation
laa IsflMgBItmk. No winily Ifenta to
mm.iy yon. Ituy ilirert ami get Tren
ani -111U that grow.
lerliliierii, Ifc-eSuppliwi.Spraj l'nmp«,
**|arninii Material, I ll nSltVS, etc.
olile.l sHsblllhsd nurwry on ths
nminlaiiii nl Rriti.h Colomhls.
Catalogue Iree.
M.J.HENRY'S
MHSIHils 4ND MII)H(MiSIS.
Mln WiaT-nKiTH R"«n.
VANt'ol'VKK, B.C. TIIK   I'A I'll KSS, NORTH VAM'OrVEK, B.C.
New Advertisements
Tenden wanted  J. N,
Anetl ■    R      i     Pord
l i office
...... ||    Roil     i
Aalj-alin.aal   \_     .lie-    I>i-lll* I
land notice   I-' W. I
Opening innouncem
■
!,■ iii ial in,  ting   I "i
oiali'.n
"ild
.1
I.   Mc*
■
I
I hi   I li itrii i   ' a im I   mi I
* idS)   I'M  a
ilu.    I ii* i   wi ii pri ii ni i
Ims Ma Naught, S\*. I
11st: lion.
Robert I   I'
tlla     ||aa|l,.   Ultliral       . a        !       *l,    |.a|
w ,ii,l, al in invitstion l"i llu
an.l  .
Illinium ..I Saturday.    Aa
with thanks.      1 lie I' n
HI,  I*      With    U I' ll Ha '    1
privileges lor t i. *
i. in   i.' srrsnge.     I   A  Martin
Mill in a I.'Iln Ol |" tilii'li 10 I'* l"l
ward.'! iln  post offici In >p< * lor,
and   requesting  th.it th*  council
suthori '   ih'   nun i.ii signature to
l'i    SttSI In il.        The   |i* liliaaii ,,. !,
|l.|     ,1    *  III'    pOSt   "HU  '     Oil    ill'     I'lll   alia
I    al .a   |,    |.'|       ,||     t|
n* i  ul  Lonsdsli   an nn* snd *sth.
and inothi t ,a il rnerol I
dale ivi nm and i'liii.      Al  theie
proposi '1 improvi nienti an within
tin   iill   limits,  and llu ri lop   n.'l
within iln* jurisdiction il iln- dis
tin l   . .Him ll. no action Wl   lain (1
D. S. < i.iil* wroti dii' 'im   the .11
tenlnm   "(   llu*  euiiii. il t" 111    1  * .
thai in making impn
Wi itovei    i id,   .' rtain  plank.
whii li did
ai" - iin* hiih in front ni ;
misei had bi en n movi d, in I
■nni il in give thc in in* ■
att' nii'in.    A • the plank wi
I bj i'uii'- in
Bl ' 1' '1    With   ill'    I "Ulli ll.   II"
Wl   1 iki i:   \Y   S, Cn am. I 11 • jut *-
ti al iia.it \li (iowsn (".nl bi *
up l"i .a     ■'. i" el iur a diitanci
nl too :    :      lh "I II* i" i>mil. in
oral, r   ll..: .    I ,
in  inali n.ii  :* i
Peter Wesl    i I
tion   of  council   I * thi   l.n i thai
Minn*   iiia*:i(hs   igo ii was *
that :i pi ll      i uld   In* laid
v.i i  *,.. ..iln i  .     I hi
shou'd li' iiiiiii '..iilnnil delsj   I
gun i r   Cam. roi    i' p irt -I   that
ibo .i    i * :
;:;:!• .1.    I ri
I* nt   ,u   ill'   n. \i
Ke. ley  .nt. i. d  i it l*. till
eflect that In ii * iniu.i-
la|     la\*    till*   IIU' '
taiti11 v i ii' •
ami i
(or In- " lii I
siith -ti pi '
J.  L.n.
i a rtain   pan 11
nn tei and bounds,and •..
tli.it ii 	
cil to ai cept i ]'l.ni undi i
i "milium*.      A plan
I
ipprovi d    I
la a OIBI    *  II  1'    '   .
in tlu imounl
I . *  I:   il : *:  .' in n*l. *!
|. tyn a Bl
l Bl,      Nol
al   la* ,i   ■
Illtl'I.IUll   a||a
land *  ll ' i| (In*
Will   I    'll    '1       '
II -I1.* '      rl   [fl
Ihi  efleel i
tu   d' ,*
tui' -   I    :
provision I i -
mount   ,ei
Altai . ii '
nf iln  .  '
dl   pOlil    al        la'
mm di benl i
nil. 1 :*
the I'lslni I. Iln I  •
to take st, pi I
tile ci Ml 1 li ll
pin il with, '■'■ '
& A   *i..iv
unc
nt
(■
■wv-
I
el Wfl give
.J.   sJ.    MC
IvKITH  BUI   Id '
BBBMScasKv*   t::~~is~I i v.h tsmuo '
LE
U
1
s. ,ll li
V.I   ,l,|l'      lal        (III
'
isking hun l"
1      a
I ii.   pi I;:.
a*'l       I
lh a  I irmi ii.
i
sn. Mnn- truly,
North Vanci
ION
la'.!      ~—S       ~&l
icial
IUE§' AV, .   ^^^^^^
At thc O'Siri n Stall, Vancouver
i! Lands
pii.um
da) evening,
have I**' n
A
. nd rtainmenl   a II
I'lli-Sil *
Illlt     ill* lit      Mill
which
couvei
I.a
LANDS WIS
rtIC CAPILANO
I'A
LOTS
1X37,
. 1095, 1 HMI, 1098, IUA9
.. 11
in*:. 1]
Will
;   ll
ilil.               :. i l '21,
I'M. 11      1130, 1131, 1132, 1133
ll:;i. 113.5, U3i . 11 l'J
ll *. llll. III". 1146, III,. L14H
0
Miss M   Li < ilbl) ni
IM'ERII \
DRESSM \KEIl
l i
P.O Bon ;■',.
BLAND'S
i
FISI
UIDdEWAYS
TEA,
WITH TERCE
CADDY,
,i
__M l.iiiiil in i.uin Uliiml
FINE 111081 LOTS IN BLOCK 29
BETWEEN idlll AND 17TH SIS., MAHON AVE.
Terms, one-fourth cash; bsiince, 8, llasd is months
E
<
y
w
SEVENTEENTH    ST.
',
2
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>      3
4
I
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f
•    3
3    to,,*
8X29
SIXTEENTH   ST.
S
O
n
I
3
S. GINTZBURGER
-LIMITEO-
14»I Cordova Slreet, Vancouver, B. C.
i'.n. mix m.
Hotel North Vancouver.
:i.s w
i' r.
ion nth
l!llll»S.l!i'SrS.lTlli!il''.
SI»IP«iOS \SO KIOIII
Nnr-iri nn n uml   L
\* nh ■*
Oar li
ni'i ipi i.i*.
la*   .   foi   laaair   I.lll   I
AiivieK utTM iiiii..
I Wfl    a
!
'      lit.
IIUR .1  KORP,
1   e mbi imsm ihii
ti
I MALL,
AVENU1
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th.
A Sub-Postoflice
To 1 hi  Ki'ii'H di   I iii  l.\a 1 1
Sir,    ll :: 11
liv all i*   idi :i • in North \ I
ver that thii 1 itj
The ii'ijiiiin ■ il Ti
'In- |ii*ti'ict will l" ;
the Diitrict Mu
Oil   Tl|i-'l:lV.   Stll   Hi
ck i' in*
\i.i:.\ i'llll
The adjourned
General
Meeting
?IZE5
■.
'
I^^H^I hi'i
SOME ilAL  EXHIBITS
d 11
.ii
1 iai in iiu
a
n
1
presenl pi  id irrani*cnn.nls.   The   r c   . o.l
lite ni th, pn sa m ( I uesday* Sept. 8th, at B p 111.
thi
top ot ihi   la,:; Bin thecu      "" '"■
lii a , si il ind wcit. 1
■      ' tti a *   nil Iln*  (
Of letters.  I0b' ,,,     ,,;,    ,;,
ii,. outgoing ■ ...
1        1 ....      , "1 hi 1
I would  1 p  1
office   lie .   ' omi    l"1""     '•'
IVI nue, al
nth itri "t in*   lettei  1 irt; .11*   11
.; i, ai  thi Ki ith
Until d   I 1
■
'
a*   .*   *
Exhibition Opens at I o'clock p.m,
by R. G. Mdcpherson, M.P.P.
,\r ION, as CliiN
Rcfr. :' C"
iiiinui
Touriil
Rssorl
Up-to-date
Hates:
ta.oo per
Dav
ami up
Special
Kad s lm
Families
a nil
Regulst
Hiianlers
Feri> Service I very Half Hour to and Irom Ihis Hotel
toYatcottver. P. I arson, Prop.
By Urdu-0/ Executive
_mammiaA—*i m 1 flam-si*.*
P/vRTlC
*    *
The Lounge
Billiard and
Cigar iValoon
l.aallal.l1**   Ala* lll*|a.  fill*   llllll
11 . .ai tin imok-
nil
. in u*ii. 1 ar*
,   I'nr*
I'il ■ 1 u.-. 1 ■ * 11■ ■ 1, -.
1   1   11 hi r id it,
ilier'i, li
ll(S     Ull   I'.iraallllll,
0|l|   I   la   ||H|       Ul '*!    a  'a,mill,      \l 111 *.'
'*    : I ike.    B.C, No, I.  \h.rri-'
'  ntlei,   Imperial,   Sliiin-
...I* na'.l'-. I  ,, It,, Pedro,
Wvatnvvr, Sn.iiir*.i;ia-K...i, Watt-
sard II*. ke,
For  thoie who chew ws
I, I'.lm*|..l|-'ilell, Kin/'K
* - Saw, Climax, I'av
Tl, Cigarette Sraoksi can
1 [1 ie are
I lew :
Mela.* '     lot,    I'riii. n.
\i.i.1 I,  1   a,,!.rial.."*. Mogul, -'.He
Kxpreini,   inii'l  iink<*.   Ciptin,
'I    llll'l,    M'a.'lll.
indi.
1 im itock ol (1 [an is by
Iai   ih*   most  complete   in
•	
Why Not Buy Your
Smoking Requisites
,   North Vancou' er,
Builders and
Contractors
r. LARSON li pnptnd to
■apply
LIME,
BRICK,
SAND,
CEMENT
Ami ill kinds of Building
Material in quantities to suit
uml ni reaionablt prices.
—Al'IM.Y—
TELEPHONE No. 2,

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