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VOLUME 8
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, MAY 21. 190!).
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Mayor May presided and all
the aldermen were present at
the special meeting ol thii dtj
council on Monday evening.
Letters as lollows were received: From Davis, Marshall
4 McNeill, advising council ol
an appeal in the case ol the
Motor Transportation company,
relerred to the eity solicitor.
From Colin C. Campbell, iniel
ol provincial police, with reter-
.inie to the mates on the lerry
steamers, being appointed special constables; clerk to reply-
that this has always been customary. From .1. l.outct, requesting a roadway on 18th
street, east ol St. George's ave;
board of works. From Martin
& Smith, Ior Mrs. Currie, to
same ellect on Wullishon avenue
from 15th to 16lh streets; boarii
ot works. From Campbell &
SUewart, rei|Uesting road .11111
water service to tlieir new
steam laundry on lot 3, block
12, D. L. 6ih; waterworks committee. From B< Vickcry, cor.
18th street and St. Andrew's,
asking lor roadway; board ol
works to act. From A. Uowie,
Ior himsell and others Ior roadway and waterservite to tin- re*
subdivision of lols .1 and 4,
block 17, D. I*. 549; ward 01
works. From John McI.chii lor
opening up ol Ulli street to lol
17, block iy, board of winks.
From Manager Perry 01 tne H.
C. El. Ry. to., ad'ising lh.11 1.
any addition;! wins were in l.i
si rung on polos, as requcs'. ■ 1 ii>
ll.e inmull, cross aims will l>.
necessary from 1st to i**,th
strstts, and also suggest 111/ thai
insulated wire be sul-stitual lot
the iron wire, at present in use
lor lirealarm service; water committee.
W. II. Hraim wrote, requesting that lie bc allowed lo Use
the end of the lerry float lot
passengers who might wish in
visit the warships lor a loll ol
live cents per passenger; permission granted.
1. Walden wrote, teiiik-ruig hi.*
resignation ol the position ol
waterworks superintendent, .tnd
ofiering lo continue as superintendent ol plumbing and OSS/til
tanks lot a Ice of one dollar lm
each inspection and lor each pci-
mil, anil tailing this, resigning
likewise the latter post; resignation Ol lirsl |H)Sltll)ll  11,1s ,u-
eepted. The latter proposition
was relerred to the -l-oarM nl
health.
The tax levy bylaw lor iln
current year was read ilnn
limes as lollows: Sinking Hinds
and interest for loans, six mills;
ferry pureha.se bylaw, Uiitc nnd
lour-lilths mills; general expi 11-
ditures, twelve mills; schuuls,
two nulls. The indemnity bylaw
for iii.iyni .nnl aldermen was
given three readings. It provides ,lor Jiooo lor the mayor anil
lor J2511 Inr n.n li nl iln ah.i*'
men, (or the year.
Aid. Schult/. mortal lhat llu
lily sollcllor will have the act:
daS nl assnilatln-i Inr ihe lliw
terry company, together imiii
the bylaw to authority the
transferring nf the ferry to tin
nnnpany, ready Inr the council
Thursday evening.
Alderman Voung informed llu
council that the joint advertising committee will hold a big
regatta on the Inlet during Hie
summer, and that it is the intention to make this an a11uu.1l
affair.
A plan ol subdivision ol lot ;,
block u, D. L. iSl6, vas approv-
ed.
Accounts as lollows were ordered paid:      Finance geiier.il,
5.vs.i'\ polks, J.MH...7; water-
works, f5.s2.78; board ol works,
Ji 19.28; lerry pay roll, 5905.25,
Wallace shipyards, (or repairs
to St. George, J5500.
Aid. Dick .suggested the advisability ol having an electric call
bell installed in each cabin on
the lerry boats,  in order that
the mate might be readily call-
id, in case ni need.
Aid. Schult/. relerred tu Un*
dangerous and obnoxious pr.te-
tice in which some men indulge
of expectiorating nn the floors ol
the ferry boats. The clerk to
write thc provincial henltli department, for warning sards.
Council adjourned until Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
BOARD OF TRADE
The advisability of opening
again the question oi change 01
name for the city of North V ancouvcr, and the question ol establishing a Canadian military
and naval force, lor purposes ui
defence ui the empire, and a 11-
port from President D.G.liick,
on his recent trip north, wen
the most important items upon
the agenda at the regular lncci-
ing ol the board ol trade, Tuesday evening.
The loriner matter was inlio-
duced by a letter from J. I.
llalmain, to President D. G.
Dick. Thc discussion showed
that a difference ol opinion en
isted as lo the advisability ol
any change of name, and practical unanimity that the present
is not an opportune time lor
agitating the matter. The qucs*
Hon was tabled lor the tune.
The second item was piesciit*
ed to the board 111 the lorm 01
a resolution, the text oi v.huh
was published 111 The Kxpress i.l
last week. The resolution w.i**
moved by Alex. Philip and seconded by Wa J. Irwin. Alter
able speeches by Messrs. Philip,
Irwin, Kealy and Jackson, llu
rcsolutinn was referred back lui
amendment.
By special resulutiuii, President I). G. Dick, was icqucslcd
to give the board an account ol
his trip north, on the excursion
per the Princess Charlotte. In
responding, Mr. Dick lirst expressed .ipprcciatiuii ul the arrangements made lor the excursion and tin- service proMiliil
and proceeding, staled that Ikeda Hay was reached alioul 11
a.m. on Sunday, time lieing
given for inspecting the lki-d.i
mines, about one utile distant
Leaving Ikixl,i, uur next purl ul
iall was .letlw.iv which is only
,1 lew units ilislanl, anil whin
prospecting .mil luiir-bciing seem
in be the principal industries, on
lliis island are located the
Swede group ol mines atul also
Tasso Harbor mines AI lit
leaving Jedwai our next call
was ai Qtma Charlotte my, In*
1,ilcd oil Grah.1111 Hand,on this
island iluii is sonic good level
land, although somewhat hard
to clear ol HiiiIht; at Queen
Charlotte city there is in opi 1,1
tion a l.nge saw llllll, there
are also seiei.il slotis and ,1
very (all looking hulel Ktmn
lhe 1 Ill/ens ui tills plan in n
leiud .1 very heailv wcliuinc
A*: milt twenty Indians mil llu
boat, wiin were well equipped
with a beautiful set ul brass
instruments, ilicinsthes Mati)
il.ul in gorgeous colored uniforms and thev played many
well chosen miisiial sclcilions in
,1 way that would pul MM p.il.
faces to sli.iliie Tlu iniiiiul
prospects ol this part ol the
county are exieedtngh gOOd,M
penally in 10.1l ami iop|n-r
Our next call was ,,i Prince
Rupert,whose harbor looks un
line, and if the anihnt.igi is as
good as il is sale Irom prevail
mg winds, then it is Cl iiniiK .1
s.iii shipping port, lltiiiigh there
are climatic conditions which
seem to be virv linlili against
llie place, but lhe i.iMul observer as he turns his eves Irom the
[barbO! In the shore on win, h
thc luture city is In be buill, in'i uu lively asks himsell, "Why
spoil such a beautiful name with
such a repulsive looking town
site? We cannot understand
why that spot was chosen  lor
the tarmintll of a transcontinental railroad. If those who
chose it were anxious to secure
the ugliest and liiinlest alld
most expensive plaee to build a
ity, any place between the .|9th
parallel and southeastern Alaska, then we can only say, tliey
have succeeded beyond any
chance nl question.
Our next call was at Swatison
Hay, where a large saw mill is
in operation, and where there is
under construction a pulp mill
ol very large dimensions, we got
back to Vancouver on Thursday
the IJth, and although glad to
get home again, will be pleased
to lake another such trip at
lirst opportunity.
I went north on this excursion
ior the purpose of being able to
advise any of our clients as to
the best property available
when the lots were put on the
market, but have come home
determined not to sell, nor be in
any way responsible lor any
purchases that may be made,unless llu- person purchasing, lirst
makes a trip to Prince Rupert,
and sees conditions for himself.
My opinion is that Prince Rupert will never come into serious competition with Vancouver as a residence city, and to
a very limited extent as a commercial centre.
Gentlemen ol the board ol
trade, I offer these few statements of my impressions in the
mildest lorm possible; they do
not more than begin to express
lhe time conditions ol that northern terminus; I have handled
real estate lor 40 years, covering many p.irls oi the l"nited
Stales and Canada, but 1 am
Ireii to .iilniil il is the most repulsive townsite, and the must
exianslve lo hew llllo lurill tor
a city, thai I have ever seen
A hearty vute ol thanks was
accorded the president Inr his
interesting and instructive address.
Under the report ol the Tourist .nul Settlers luinmittec, A.
B. Kealy made a strung plea
for the inauguration ol an en
ergetti policy, lit keeping the
public well informed as to the
natural advantages and the progressive development ami opening up of the district. He referred to Capilano road, Eagle
battel road, Deep Cove road,
I.ynn Valley road, to the new
I,vnn creek bridge and the new
Seymour creek bridge, to the
new hotels being established for
the convenience nf tourists, to
lhe automobile It age line, nnu
operating regularly from the
cud ol the Keilh road tramline
to llu.- head ol Capilano valley,
and thought that these developments, together with our unmatched sci-nii attractions,
should In kept prominently and
|iersistctitlv   boon   Ule   public.
Tin- board haartUj wear ted in
ihese views.
CIVIC   ADVI-KTIS1NG
Dr. I. S Roue, manager ul
llu Vancouver luurist aiid -u'-ir-
m.iiiiiii Imu.ni, whu is di itt- '
the ,ul-11 (Mug t.nnpaign I lhe
un 1,1 \,nn..uver iliiting the A
\ 1' 1 vpiisilinii, was 111 atlnul
allit, In spit i.il request, at a
meeting ul the Ji.lttt iiiii adu-r*
Using uiliilinllee, held Wednes-
d.ii timing, anil g.ivc ilu n.in
iiiiilu .1 un helpful dnertp-
tion nl the i.it 1..us advertising
expedients whnh are being ad-
nplf.l 111 COB Met kn with llii
V.iniiiuvir advertising campaign
in Seattle.
A ground flour office has lnt-n
rtttcd, in „ prominent Intatum
on the lnghii.iv to the exposition grounds An elliiitiii stall
will In pi,in.I llu tent fur the
illsUibutiiiti .,i literature atul
llu getu-r,il ilissemiti.itinii nf itt-
lortnatioti aad extension nl
ti.iiricsies lo inquirers. Pre-
x nu i.il Itttt.iliirt atul muiiiiip.il
liiit.iiiin In.111 .ill p.trls of the
province, mil iai* iccepted .nul
distributed Tin utv ,,| Seatili
hns given ptlliiissliili lor the et
ci tm11 nl a V.iiiioiivct ,ireh on
Iheir streets, and Dr. Row,
compamed by an architect, will
go down to Seattle Thursday
evening, to choose the site and
to prepare the design. A pamphlet, descriptive ol Vancouver
and vicinity, is now iu the press
and will be Ireely distributed
Irom the oflice. 'Uie merchants
ot Vancouver have bought a lull
page in the Post Intelligence 1,
a panel in the centre ol which
will be devoted lo write-ups ol
Vancuuver. Twenty pages have
been bought in Hie. Western
Hotel Guide, a bound volume ol
300 pages, lor the purpose ol a
permanent write-up ol Vancouver, lor wide distribution.
Twenty thousand ol the pamphlet issued by the exposition,
and entitled "The Exposition
That Will Be Ready," were
printed as a special edition, containing a full page description
of Vancouver, and these have
been circulated in large quantities through the railways and
other transportation companies
in the east and in hngljiul
Several senes ol moving pictures, illustrative of Vancouver
and B. C, have been procured,
and will be exhibited ou the
grounds. Dr. Rowe gave the
committee many valuable suggestions aud magnanimously assured them of his willingness to
render every possible service to
North Vancouver.
Alderman SchulU and Councillor Westover were appointed
a committee respectively request
the city council and the district
council, to communicate with
the provincial government and
request that, 111 view of the
large amount of provincial and
municipal literature, as well as
general information with reference to B. C, which will be dis-
eminated, the provincial govcrn-
metil deal liberally with the
movement in thc matter ol li-
iiaiicial aiid other uid. The secretary was requested to communicate with the several lower
mainland municipalities, requesting them to lorward similar resoluUolis to the provincial
government.
Dr. Rowc was accorded a
hearty vote ol thanks and was
invited to 'become the guest 01
the 1 oiiiiniUie on a'trip through
the district, on snme convenieiu
day next week. The invitatinti
was accepted, and Cuuiutlloi
Westover and Messrs. Alexandei
Philip and A. G. Perry,wen- appelated a committee to enter
tain Dr. Rowe, on the occasion
of his visit.
The  matter  ol  procuring   .1
series of large photos Inr Irani
ing and placing in hulel often
in Vancouver, was moved ..long
one stage lurther.
Thc committee on a m,mm
carnival submitted a detailed report, outlining the progtainuu
and the general plan. The
sthenic will require* a guarantee
fund of about $10011. The re*
|Kirl was received alld lhe niae
ter laid over, awaiting a lurtliet
report from the canvassing coin
mittee.
It Was decided lo run a hall
page advertisement lit The I.i
press, Inr .1 pet iod ol Unci-
months.
I uliiinitlcc .nljiilirncd to llieel
on   Thursday,   May   271I1,   .it
eight p.m.
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TO ADVERTI8ER8
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|nililii-«ii,,ii r...n,,flv nn vnrin*
ti >n l-.-lla ll.l.   rill,* Hit In* 11 u.l,
The directors nl lhe N V
Horticultural soinii gin in
■ 1,. tli.it unless ;'i, keys rctnot
ed frnin tin cepboard ioiks .11
*iiiul,iv the i-ili Mai. .i'i It
turned lo Mr Sidtu-v T; lei .it
once, steps will i.e taken l.n
1 over same, as parties ,ir,
known.
LOCAL JNEWS j
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For sale.—A secondhand took
illg range, 111 gnml tolulllla.n
Apply    mornings,    Hope,    1st
streei east.
.
Barry Bans had ■ fa* iaWl
ed guests on .Moiul.ii, on the 01-
casioti ol the third .tiinlviTs.iii
ol his wedding.
W. J. Irwin wenl up to SqUI
misll on Wednesday, 111 connection with a la.tnl proposiliuii
lor the It win Hillings Co., I.lu.
He will riUiiii Saturday.
Dr. McAlpine ol Vaiuouui is
engaged upon picliminai'i preparations, Willi a view lu Hitting au up-to-date satiilaiitmi mi
Ills property 111 D. L,. Sby, l.uns
dale north, The eleialton ol
the property is 500 leet.
Our local oarsman J. Y .1.
Brown, holder ol llu ih.itupion-
ship medal lor 1). C, baa inui
od lor the single sitill evcat, on
May 24th, and while nol 111 lhe
besl ol lorm, ihruugh lacS Bl
practice, is ueverlheless hopclul
oi success,
Rev. B. Hedley Haliliistuti re
turned lo the eiiv 08 Wadaa
day, atler attending the ill nil 11
oi the annual cuulereiiee ul the
Methudist church 111 B.C. An
Balderstuu has •been returned as
pastor ol lhe local chuiih i.»
thc ensuing year.
The road gang of the prn\in-
cial guvernmeni is slc.niily ,11
work on the roads now lieing
construe ted ill Capilano districi.
The entire distance under construction is approximatelv eight
miles. One MCtioa runs limn
dislriel lot "bj, in a wesieili
direction lo district lot ,s,m„iiui
the* iccoml section n.i,* limit a
poinl on the Keilh mail, 111,0
the foot of little iiimini,nn, n.i
a distance of lour blocks, in a
northerly direction.
Chiel of Police Daueis enjoyed
a    Visit    tlllS    llltk     lllllll     lllS    lala,
ther Fred Danes, IK, whniii
he had not seen lor nineteen
years. Mr. Davies has Uui lm
some yens in ihaige nl un
Cornwall iali.il, but has i,lin
quished that post in onfaf Ul
lake charge ol tin nvcnincal
survey in the Peace nver iiuint-
ry, and is now on his w.iv tn
assume his ifew duties.   He unit
over to Victoria, Tkataaay, lo
conler with the chid minim*
sinner of lands and winks. ,ui I
upon his reiuiti will proceed at
once lo lvilinmili.il .nnl tlmi.,
direct to the held of Ills l.it.uts
W.   C.   Morrison,   whn.   1.. 1
snme llliilltlls pas|t h,,s Iai.
siiiiatul wltll  the  Imu    ai   ,\  II
Stonci   I   Co.,   has   I.muiii   .1
lieriiiani'iit coaPaction wiih ihat
I ir 111, having jiiiith.isi.l   1  p.nt
nership iiiilu  business An
M.ltllSl.ll   IS  .III   I \p, I I   ila    or.11..I
ainl  sigtiw tiler,  In nig   .,  gi
• ili    Itnin   tilt    I'lll    ul    I,aa|
(Kng 1  technical  achoola,  aad
rilsil,   I'.I   solllt    llllll    .III   lllslllli t
ot in 1I1..S1 Institutions     Hnth
Missis    St..IUI   I   In ,   ,lllal    ill,
clly aii tn bi congratulated a 1
haling  su nml .111  .111 ist.   whn
1. a,ip.ihie nl producing thi high
est , loss n| IK.lkltl.ltlslilp 1;: Ills
line.
The new slu I tt lis .111 turn
installed in tin iiti linkup, .md
III III use Illlel Dalles Is well
phased Willi tht still, tl;!. I aim
is pattitiilarli 1 ul hiisiasti, 111
Ills praise nl the Int king ili viei
Willi   Wllllll   llli    1,11**   an    lilted
The ilnnrs lm k ailimiiatii alii
llpull being t I'.stil, In   liiialiN   nl
a sliding bar, whnh slips min
lulll   1l.1-.ps,   tipmi   whiih  a   illp
1.ills, seiurih fastening tin dooi
The entire linking ipparataa li
incased OO Um inside, sn thai 11
is impnssibli ii.i ilu occapaol
ol the nil to tamper with ll
The   doom   .ni   unlocked    l.i
means ol a small i.ilu k. 1. m
itsell 1 sinking * ih.
ttlltllii tsome iltilisil usual' pro
1 nled   in   sinh   cam llinl
Dalits iiitisidels the dillit    llu
Iiest wliiili has COCK «itlun his
'•bscivdUun.
\\.mini An old man to look
alter garden. Apply \\ .Bailey,
mr. Keith .nul I. heslerlield, ur
5|u Gtainville street.
Colin t, Jackson made   the
suggest tun, at the lasl llleellllg
ol  llu* l.n,ltd ol Hade, lllal    the
appearance ol Loaadali avenue
iv..uld in- greatly improve*!,  ii
a number ol shade tuts nire
planted,particularly on lhe I.over portion ul It. The lirsl impression ol visitors would ilicu
be much belter than tteee rc-
ici'iii Imm the present, bate aspect ul the street.
Mis 11. 1,. Mi I'llll sol), la, Illlel li Hin D* C. Dean-Till ol ims
iiii, who haa baea spending the
pasl Ulu weeks al Agassi/, intends returning during the
lulllse ol lile llcxl IWu or I In filial s, when sin and her husl.alid
Will   take   Up   llllll"   rc.slllcllii     nil
- 201I1 itreet, kaviag rested the
bouse formerly occupied ii_\ Ur,
ami Mrs. C. K. Hickman.    -Mr.
AKl'lnrsuii has accepted I poet-
nun with a mm ui civil engineei.s in Vancouver.
The minister ol the inlei tm*,it
Ottawa eai jusi had iaaaed  i
very ain.u uu* p.i 1111 hlet, iUs-
itiptive o| "British l.uliiiiii.1,1;
Us lal tns, lutesls, lisllel'les   and
iruit growing J' The brochure
is au attractive pnductioa  oi
lllllti IWO pages Willi all llluill-
(111.iied luvn .miipiismg 1 typical B. C. l.aiulst.ipt view I in-
subject nialter is excellently
clu.se 11   and  arranged,   and   the
lettarpreaa is [ml]   illustrated
by means nl pillules and maps
The old dam on llii*»1C,ipil.iiiii
iiiiisiituiis at-, unpayable  ear*
mi lui lish ciuliuioiing ti. ,.s
ccfld llie stream. The lish til
tn  b.ip the   Obstacle   and    fall
iipun the iiaiiitiiurk, repeating
tin- operatioa until the) an killed. It Is suggested lllal a sal-
llluli   laihlil    innhl   la-   put    in,
whiih uimlil provide the lah
Willi I satlsl.n lull means ul
suniininning the ..list,ule, and
wiUild tll.ilile thitll In retell tile
lit.111 waters ul the stream.
Si inal changes ate abovl te
bi   ill.nh   auiuiig  the tenants   ul
the Borne btock. B, Bkad baa
removed his grocery simk  to
tlu I'.splalla.h . litAt the Msplall
ade call, A .1. Hoodiwill **
cllpi    tlu    stole   III   the   Ilorne
block tints vacated, and ilu-
Nm tli Vancouver lioiueiuinish-
tis mil occap) iimt pcctioo nl
their stun luruieih occupied bv
Mi Hood, tugetlur wilh Iiiiii,11 portion ui ihe stole lite
whiih tin Latter is moving,   it
Is alsu , IpCCtcd that lhe llullll-
etn llutliuli ul iht   liim k, at pn
sent vacant, a ill bi occupied b}
I Insl . lass tuiisutial estalillsh-
lllellt.
I     B    Footer,  assistant  gtli, 1
al pe wcogei igi m iui ih, I' P
k   at Vancouver, ami   v,   ll
Ki.l.i I'suii,      assistant     g,n,i.,l
In igln agcal arrived nt ilu city
III    I a.llllH l|a,||    Uilh     l,l|s||ll
llll   tulllpalll        l'ltp.ll.ltlnlls .III
.ilre.idi biing in.nh tu bandit
•tin    iliiineiisi    passetigei   Irallu
whiih is tip,tit,I .luting the
siiiinint in*m 1 h-. and 11 is slat
til th.ii all i*.uini records ol
in..m menu lu Briliah Columbia
Irom ilu eaal will bc broken
The  I   V k'    islllnates  thai   illlt
lag ilu monthi ol Juae,  Jul},
Au^ii-.i and Nptciiiint. iipwat.is
i-i   loo,  passengers   will    Ik-
h.iiiiiiiii coming through tn the
coasl Three tr,1i1s1u11t1ne11t.il
Hams will In run, ami tin l.irg-
'iimiint iif rolling st..tk
available will be empl rysd Two
ihroogfa ti.iins iinm Uoatreal
ti  \ ni.nun 1 iiiii arrive dally,
while a third to lu kiiuwn as llu
Twin City Rxpreaa, wilt   raa
Ifh Irmn Si   Pul In Se.i
tli All ilm. Mams will commence    rillilillii'    uli    a    il. hlllli
schedule mrlj in Jvaa In
ia, handle the people "ll   tlmi
Way   l" llli   A    I T    . yjxi-.ltl, 11
.ule. THfc EXPRfcSS, NOtlTfi VANCOUVER, B. C.
•THE-
Fossil Oil
CAPITAL   $1,500,000
DIVIDED  IN   1,500,000  SHARES  PAR   VALUE  $1.00   PER  SHARE
LIMITED
Lands in Proved Fields in Wyoming, U. 5. 4.
Share* Tor Sale 10 cent*, Fulli) Paid Lb and
Non-Assessable by
W. J. DICK,    Real Estate Broker
Lonsdale Avenue,
North Vancouver
HEAD OFFICE—A. E. KEALY,
216 Crown Building
615 Pender Street
Vancouver, B.C.
Tin- widespread latere*! arhlcli
is l,*it in ilu* matter oi proles
st'iii.tl U.tstli.ill games mi tin
Lord's Da). ii evideaeed ia .1
raieral ».i\ bj lhe lad tli.it .1
lam proportion ol ilu newapa
pen throughout ihr proviso
li.i\t made aome editors! reference to tin' baaeball situ,ition in
ilns tin. ,nul also in .1 nioii*
ipecifu in,iiinti l*\ iln Hundred*
oi verbal expressions ol appreci
ation, "i letters, .nnl rr^ain
linns, iiliiili M.i\<it M.iy h.is
1,1-in receiving Irom -ill p.irts ol
the |iriaviiiu .imi 1,1 iniul.    Tin-
.1   st.ilrs   lh,it    mil    111.ill
bringi bin .1 large) or mallei
llllllllatl    ol   lUch   tOllllllllllil.lllOlls
As latupli■ ol tin general inn,
in append Iwo tlm Btueata,which
tin in,not considers [airly   n-
ntativi -.I iln wlmli ntini
Imr
Till   I0II0H me.   It Hi I     il.i*.    1,
unnl ,1 iiii il.ns ago Irotn Ai
den, Manitoba
Hi  May,
klavoi
'li Vam ouvi 1   li 1
>li   lli.it  Sir,    l'i unit  tin    111
tin* n.iim nl ilu I. rd    ll*n Al
ll.llltc.     I"    a V J > 1 a SpprCI l.lllull
ni min action in tlu in,itin ol
Sundaj hall gaim • *s reported
in tin preaa Tin ... 1 u iion ri
quired couragi. promptness .mil
1 nergctit ai tion It would in-
.1 great iniafortum-, il iuch prai
ii" is inI, attilupted, '•hoiihl
gala  .1  loothold     I ilnccrclt
lli ink \ou lor Iln prompt .nnl
decisive ineasun 11 taken. I mr-
"l -.iii president at Vancouvei
Saturday, thai whilst 1 did imt
wish to cancel nn present appointments, n't 1 uoiilil huhl
invsili in ii.nlm, io respond
io .iin 1 .ill iln M. * asion might
I noticed in iln pn-*•*, ih.it ,1
consent Ibj uin, Irom iln at-
loitu 1 gent
1 iul '.niii. nut Tin* 1 whal
|.i' '.iii- in iln \ tiki.n Tin nun
mu -.I in 1 *. is tin nl tome)
lateral fm th.it ttrritor)     \il
jllS loiis.jits an   givcg   li   um
Trusting ilu- lama mny lie (a*
vocable to Um pttacrvation ol
our real  day,  utv   riacenly
1 ours,
\\. M, KOUll.STi-.k
West  Su   1,.1).A.
Tin- lollowing resolution was
received hy Un mayor iln*. weak
iri)iu Vancouver:
To His \\ tn ship Tin- Mayor,
North V.iiiioiiu-r.
Sir,—At Un- regular meeting
oi Imperial l.,O.L. No. 1813 mi
Maj 1 iih, 1909, ,1 committee
11,1s, hi tin.iiiiiiioiis resolution,
appointed to convey to vour
Worship .111 expression ol tin* ,111-
lniii.ilion oi \uiir action, in
resisting tin introduction lato
inin uiunicipalit) oi Sunday
sports, iihiih must in tlnir nature, uini to iln demoraliiatioa
oi tin community, in.suits t*etag
.111 insult to iln* tlmi ill om lon-
lalhers, who were commanded
io "remember the Sabbath da)
to. Veep 11 holt
Tin religioaa .nnl patriotk in-
sttiiit , ninth in hunilili iiiui suit, stands liiinlv ami has
always itood loi siim Sabbath
.iiisiii.iim Ii is therefore, a
gn .ii ..iiisi.n 1 ia an to ilu officers
.nnl nn tuber* oi Impel lal lodgi,
that your v\ 01 sliij. has, against
Kt-rollg o|,|iosUitin, iiunii nsisl-
11I ,111 attempt to viowti the
.hi. 1 iti oi iin Kohl's Ii.n , .unl
ilm-. inflict on tin uiunicipalit),
ninth mn 11 nnliili govern, a
dishonor ami stigma that would
■niiii Mtiousli injur*, thi' luiiiii ni North Vancouvei
(in Inh.ill oi tin* lodgt, in beg
iaa iiiiilu unt our sincere Hunks
.mil   also  tii  txpltss    llu    hope
thai inui' Worship may long-be
spared to direct tin all,nrs ol
iln municipality, in have  Uia
liniinr to in-, sn. youi obedient
*i n.IlltS,
TIKIS. Ll NMM.ll.i
.1. W wthti-;i.k\
Committee
Mayor Ma) italei that these
la II. 1'*    Ull     llli|lll Mill      aa,III,llll
assiiraiins iinin nun oi Influence
that lm,nn lal .ml itolihl l.i It'll*
l\  lotlhioiiiing ,is migfal  In    tf
'iiunii, i" i.an on .mi action
which In might Institute, to finality,
A SHORT MEETING
* Tin- matting ol ratepayer! called liy tin- city council to consider tin- i-.-iptilii'iicy ol inking a
referendum vote, to ascertain
whether a majority of the ralu-
paycrs is in favor of or against,
the playing of .professional baseball in North Vancouver, on the
Lord's Day, was held as advertised in Larson's pavilion,    ofl
Monday evening.
Some dilliiulty was iixpcriciic-
i-il in securing a chairman, Qeo.
II. Morden, of The Kxpress, ultimately taking the post
A. J. Picton-Warlow wanted
lo know whither the meeting
had been sullieieiilly advertised,
Thos. Shepherd, city clerk, gafl
the iiilormation thai an adver-
liseiiient had lieen inserted iu
each ol the three Vancoiiver
daily papers, aiid in the North
1 Vancouver Kxpress A molioii
11.1s tarried to proceed with lhc
business of tlie meeting.
Percy W1 lister then moved lhe
lollowing    resolution    mtoiiiIiiI
j In   I).  \\.  Reeve     "That    this
meeting adjoin n, without   dis-
iiissing ilu question ol taking
U plclilstllc, as to the plai mg ol
ii.istliall mi Sunday, the subject
I now liiing befon tin courts, discission ill the matter, pro or
con, by the ratepayers, would
he detrimental to the enforcement ol law and order in nur
midst."      The  resolution    pre-
1 ailed by an overwhelming vote
and the nn eting accordingly adjourned.
IS
I
llfr
Full rtn^e of Sutton'*
Famous brrds
Rolled Od t .s
Tloar
I1di| and feed
Ciivi-rlnll I Bailey I'lakcs the
latest braakiast food. Try a
package! 15c	
ill   ORDERS
DELIVERED
ihtBrackmao-Ker
billing Co.
limited.
Lonsdsle Aveaue,
al   1-Yn-   I.aniline.
Ham   Malt hell, lm ai uuiins' I.
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MAY & BURNS
REAL ESTATE AND
FINANCIAL AGENTS
Doable corner 2nd and Chesterfield avenue; price
#3000 cash
Lots 1,2 and li, block 29, D.L. 278; price $2500
(.ash $1400 and terms
To rent 2 houses; 2 rooms each; 2nd street west; |6
061 month each
0^^^^d^d^^^^/^^^/^^^^^^^^^^^^^tdt/t$
WEST HALF 787
This is liv far and uwav the best buv mi the market at present 100x182 fi-i't.nt |tt6,   TKHMS—Cash
125; balance, |25 i|iiurterly, ail percent interest.
For I view these lots can't lie bent. Why 33 font lots
nre tailing llODglida at .-nine price. Not |6 minutes
from Lonsilalenve car. Over 10tl per cent profit here.
Duly afi-iv lots left.
ALEXANDER SMITH, Real Estate Agent
Telephone 34 Pi O. Box 50
ATE NTS
Wt tnlldt Iht businea* of Manufacturers.,
Fnjritieeraandotheri whn rraliri* tlie nOvi-wMI-
ily of h*Wn| (Mr Patftt bw,ntu Iranaacled
iv KtptrU, RtUvbjMV Mvkt f nt, t 'mr-?-
modtfttfc Onrbvntor'i Advltrrtrnt ii|<iti'rr.
"■at. Marlon A Marlnn, H*ft\., New York l.ile
v.l*- Mrmtrnl'tBd WashlMrinv  Ut  i  too
MARTINSON ft CO.
Hmlrling
Contract 1 irw
Plann    nnd    S|«.f.iflr»tinn«    Prrj.arrH
Whmi lliinkinKiaf ImililinK let  tll |iv)
nn p.titnilia.
HORNE BLOCK,    LOIIDiLI  AVE
Or P 0 S*> 11, l".m '•»*...■
Capilano River
Boundi our Quarter Acres on the south and the  Keith Road on tlie north.
$150 Is the |)ricr and two gears to |>ay for one
Upper Lonsdale
Hm-block east, I >oiiI•!•• Corner,  182x1*32
$900
Jack  Loutet
213 Loaadad Avenue, (bctWtsa 2ml ami 3rd Streets),
Telephone A8g.
J THE EXPRESS, NOfcTH VANCOUVER, ft. C.
OPENING OF NEW CANYON VIEW HOTEL
The board ol license coininis-
sioners lor the tlistrict, together
with a small party, were the
guests of P. Larson on Saturday last, for the purpose of Inspecting Canyon View hotel,
which has just been completed
and is now in readiness for
guests. The entire party com-
prir*d the following: Reeve J.
Y. McNaught, Councillor Davison, and J. Cooper Keith and
A. B. Diplock, license commissioners; Mayor W. H. May,
Councillor Rdbson, Dist. Clerk
Alexander Philip, Dist. Engineer
Donald Cameron, A. R. Kealv,
A. B. Chapman, Geo. H. Mordcn, W. H. Tearce and Col.Bar-
wiss.
The party left the municipal
hall at two o'clock, and after
an enjoyable run over an excellent road, arrived at Canyon
View in twenty-six minutes,
Later, a run was taken up to
ihe dam. The latter portioirol
the road, while somewhat out
of repair in places, is on the
whole, in excellent condition
nnd quite suitable for automobile traffic.
Canyon View hotel occupies
an ideal situation for a tourist
room, which Inr si/.e and .general appointments will compare
favorably with that ol any dining room in the best mountain
hotels ol the province. Immediately in the rear of the dining
room is the kitchen, fitted with
a large Gurney range and with
every convenience of a modern
culinary department.
On the south of the reception room are two rooms,the
nlliee at the front and a sitting
room at the rear, while beyond
the ollice is tlie bar. The lirst
and second flats contain thirty
guest chambers, together with
a ladies' parlor and three suites,
all outside rooms, and they arc-
fully and tastefully furnished.
Tlie building is heated by a
large hut air furnace and each
room is litted with a register.
The water supply is obtained
Irom the city water mains and
is pumped into tanks upon the
roof, giving hot and cold water
throughout the house. The
lighting at present is done by
means of powerful gasoline-
lamps which give a soft and
brilliant light. Later, with
the coming ol the tramway, electric  light  will  be  installed.
resort. The building faces the I Liberal accommodation for
west snd overlooks the big can-! stabling and garage purpose, is
von ol the Capilano, the waters!now being erected.    Mr. Larson
if which can be reached hv a
somewhat steep, but eastlv
travelled road in a few minutes
[Upon the north, the situation
Jomiiiands a glorious view,right
flip the Capilano valley, snatches
lof the river coming within the
Vine of vision from time to time
has secured as manager of the
establishment,   Fred   CatK'iMor,
who until recently,wa.s manager
of thc Montreal hotel at iunll,
Mr. Cancellor is au experienced
caterer and being ably assisted
by Mrs. Cancellor, guests have
every assurance that the atten-
A SPLENDID
INVESTMENT
MOO cash will secure ten lots (including double
corner) situated in choice sub-division. Worth
$200 each.  Buy this bunch and sell them singly.
VOl'   WILL   DOUBLE   YOUR MONEY.
Price |1,0G0, Terms i, cash, balance ti it 12 months
INKSTER & WARD,
I'hutl.'   H
'.'t'i U*t)adall Avrnuf
Nmi it \ ■wiruliv*>r
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Wanted
A i up| ominity to tender on any building you may be contemplating erecting.      IT WILL PAY YOU.
CAMPBELL fr MILLER
205 Lonsdale Ave. .North Vancouver
'.'.'".I"1-, -H*1.
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—rrfMmt" tj0iMm*a^Smmita^l
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lahile the ever ascending peaks
1 il the heavily timbered inount-
liin range, culminate in the
Isnow crowned aud Iar (anted
Jncaks commonly known as "The
ILions." On the eastward side,
the eye looks upward
■ towering summits ol
Imountain and Grouse mountain,
Iwhosc base, in either case is
[within a very short walk from
I the hotel. The cabin ol the
(mountaineering dub is in plain
[view, perched high upon a jutting ledge ol Grouse mountain,
and climbers whn are tlioruugh-
lly acquainted wilh the vicinity
[state that the lintel is situated
[in the very besl location In
[serve as a starting puint Ior
Imountain cliinlbing expeditions.
|A well defined trail runs from
lan adjacent point to the top ol
[(.rouse mountain, an elev.itinn
Jul 3300 leet. A considerable por-
Ition of the property is cleared
liml graded lor present iituls,
[and it is intended to extern!
[these operations to tin- cutting
[down ol second growth anil underbrush so as to render an ex-
Ite-nsive area available lo guests
[ninl also lo allord an unob-
[stntcted view ol the delightful
[surroundings, which tin slltu-
|tioa enjoys.
Mayor May is the owner nl
[forty-one acres iiumedi.ttely adjoining the hotel site, and it
[was Irom this property that Mr.
[May. procured tin- n-e old yield
lol over one thousand dollars per
litre in strawl-erries a few years
The house itsell is rectangular
jj lorm, with an "L" at the
liorthern end, protruding at the
Tear ol the building. It is two
(ind one-half storeys in height,
eith dormer windows on the
lop Hat. A very broad vcran-
Ulah skirts the building on the
kVcst aiid north, which on the
lirst flat becomes 11 splendid bal-
Jony for promenade purposes,
[rom which a magnificent view-
Is obtained. Entering the building the guest finds himsell in -a
lpacious reception room, round
|lu- walls uf which runs a high
i.iinscotting and one corner ol
Khich is occupied by a fireplace
If capacious proportions, built
[ut of native granite from the
liver bed. On the north of the
1'ceptiuu room is the dining
tion and service given, will be
sin mil to none that is accorded
by anv tourist hotel, 011 the I'.i-
Icitie dope. Mr.Cancellor st.i'.is,
I that in many respects the scen-
;ery ol the vicinity, reminds him
1 ol the famous resort from which
to   the ),e hails.
Having inspected tlie premises
throughout, the licence commissioners expressed their opinion
that the hotel and equipment,
more than fulfilled all lhe requirements ol the regulations
provided, and declared that they
were greatly pleased that we
have in our midst a cili/.eii su
enterprising and eiieigelic, ,1tnl
who has such implicit confidence
in the future oi Nnrth V.ininii
ver, as to erect such a handsome and cninniniliuiis hotel lor
tourist travel, and that tiny
had no doubt thai the scrim-
rendered, woultl Inllil the expi. -
lations ol the most (astidiuiis
visitors to lhc Capilano.
The giiestts then sal down n a
sumptuous repast, which fully
convinced the partakers ol the
lact, thai Mr. and Mrs. Cancellor are au (ail, iu all those nutters which pertain to catering
to the needs of the inner man,to
the satisfaction of the most exalting epicure. The tOOJt lisi,
under the efficient dn 11 lion ol
Keeve MiNaughl, toiuprisid
"Our Host," "Our King and
Umpire," Canada and the Federal and Provincial Government," "Cilv and District of
Nortli Vancoaver," "The Industries ol North Vancouver,"
"The Pioneer Keeves of the
District," "The Pioneer Mayor
ol thc City," "The Present District Officials," "The Ladies."
Suitable replies were made in
each case by those whose names
were coupled witli the respective toasts, lt developed during the proceedings that the 'l.n
was the anniversary ol tlie birlh
of "Mute Host" Larson, and
Councillor Robson remarked in
this connection tliat il was very
unusual to find a eiti/eti of ninety-one ye.ns of age, with sufficient energy to undertake a project such as was lieing inaugur-
atK-d on this accasion, alleging
that Mr. Larson himself was responsible for this estimate A
his age.
Thc party arrived in the city
on the return al about 7.jo p.m.
3rd itreet, cor Lonidale ave
BLACKSMITHING
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
ETC., ETC.
fool Sharpening a specialty
Water Motor for Sale
Offers are wanted for a
powerful Water Motor and a
certain amount of piping.
Same may be inspected at
the office of—
THE EXPRESS
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J. W. BALMAIN
CIVIL    KNUINRKH
ijinnitiii- Survi'ii.r iiii.I .Iri'hitwt
NORTH   VAM'Ol'VKR.
NORTH VANCOUVER
M«l«, tit ClwtM E. lulin. MU.
Hoard of Trade
North Vancouver Board of
Trade meets the third Tuesday
of each month, at R o'clock p.
m., in the board room, City-
Hall. Executive meets the firit
Tuesdav of each month. D. G.
Dick, President ; J R. J, Murray, Secretary.
v      Roar Jen md dty bojri re-
T ,*, n,.||  im moderate ini-limve
Y IMM. Thn lehiKil will ri>-op-io
I on Monday, Jin.  llth,  1909.
X A home K-hola-nhip wili bt of-
i ttrai at Kilter lor rompetitinn
•> bv bnirdert.
■a4-,:"M"M"lMM"K,*;"X">'>*X"!"!**>.>
N.V. fish Market
"Jml
SEI I ING EGGS FOR SAEE
Tl„ira.iik-lilir,*il Wliil,* Wyiniila.Iti';
kll uiiamiitrt'il j tl |i--r "I'llnila" '
111 iy)!' .ll°o Bnii'iliiiK Helm.
The   Model   Poultry   Yards Cor L°nsrf»1<' Ave. k Rth street
All kimliiof Freih Fish delirerod did*
Smoked Ki-li a .pv-i-ialty.
Poultry, Kinr* mil WgetaMea.
Our aim, in to plpuc our cuilomera a*
to irooila and prieei.
W, C   l-.H.NMAN, PROP.
Illli & .lame. Ave.,  N. Vani-oiiver
Phone 84
63
URGE
LOTS
Cloac la,    '.'hm- liiitiutt-s Irom
tin- cariine.
Price |335 up*
.iiiiilriiry. llrfiirliiml k fu.
.'"I I.iiIimI.iIi- Ave.
STONEY fr Co
I'A INTERS
DECORATORS
SKIN WRITERS
Wallpapers,    Paints,    Varniihci,
etc., etc., etc.
117 Looadale Avnuie
Bruce ft
Dodds
groceries
boots /\nd shoes
geNts' fOrN'sHiNcs
Sim k  111111   mil  assorted
ill ipriD| Inn--*.
lilliil-lllSS RUfflMg
P01 Choice  Family Trade.
Vaiin trade sulii iiid.
Follow the kiddies on Saturday, to Horticultural gardens
Follow our advice everv dav
and gn to the Wist Knd Store
for groceries.
In both cases vou gel full val
ue for vniir monev.
T. HUTCHISON
r. Ki-illianil l.'lih St. Phiuiel.2
llll
Lonsdlh' Aieinir ami Kth St.
Phone 41.
Builders ood
Contractor*
I' MRS0N is   prepiin.l to
supply
I imr, Brick,
Sand, Ciun nt
Ainl ill kinds nf lliiililnif;
Matt-rial iiu|Uiiiititii-g to mil
ami ut reaaouahle prioai
—APPLY—
H0TBL SORTH VANCOUVER
TELKPHiiNK Nu. J,
A Superior
Flour
Hang it above thc telephone. Tall it to the cook. Explain it to the grocer. Keep it loiist.intly 111 mind-KOVAI,
STANDARD riOUl IS A Sl'l'KRIOR I-T.OUR-a flour ol UB
failing quality, an unvarying lloltr, every sack is good, a Imsiness builder for the man who sells it, a comfort to every person in the home.    Vour grocer sells il.
Kvery Month ue give .may ten beautiful loo. piece dinner
sets. A coupon is 111 everv ,|t)tli sink of flour. Duplicate coupons are kept in tins office, and ten are drawn each month The
winning numbers are published in this space Gather the coupons, you may be winner.
VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,     B.C.
Mill miiiUMi HIIIII 1IHK TIW.K  IMD
STK. ST. GEORGE
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VANt'Ol'VFR NO.  VAMCOUVII
STK.  NORTH  VANCOUVKR
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THIN TIME TABI.K SItR.IFOT Tll CHANC.K WITHOUT NOTRE
■I^M*M^»M^^.^V.*-,**Li**-^MVVVyL^>W^M*-^VVVVMMMMMt
Reduce Your Hardware Bills
Deal huy Mindly. Km- Ma ind nn willing In un ynti
iiinney on your Imr.Win* it:. tn v.nir idvintiiri* to allow 11. In
dn nn. \\i .ir,. in .1 |va,.itiain in .,*ll you lhe raent liirilwin-
■up|ilim nf en ry <lf mt]].| i.n, ,ti tin* **»..l pririx .in.l no inltter
ninl y.aiir ri.<|iiiri.tiienhi ire.
We II Do It " *v°"" '''*vf i** ""iv" a"1 "•
l\,. rnin|«'i,. .11,1,**i.(i,IU 111 thi-npon mirket wilh tin liigf-fit
liitrilttiri- niiinrii-111 llrni.l, ('nhiiulii«. Weneeure nrdem
tint nthi-ra llinl tniuli ttmjt Bt-iAiin- wr huy direit Irmn
tin- niinulirtiiriTi 111 imny rmei; we buy judiriouily ill of
lh, Iliu,*, ui- pay ,'n.li fnr nur g.*,.!., ind nur ei|Kuneii ire low,
Put our rhiiiii. I., tin-1,*.|. n,*'ll iRt,. vnn nnil,*.
nm mmm uuwiu onrin, Ltd.
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The Boston Dentists, Ltd.,
DKNTISTS'  BPECIALTIB8
4. R. BAKER, D.D.S.
Fur   Higli   CImhh
Do ntnl   Work-**
407 Hasting! Street Weet, Vancouver
Hours q a 111   tn I p.m. Phoae M2t)
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Aotm Eieoulor. Truitee, Liguitiator  Reoeiveri end Amgnee
Court Bond, lieued
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THE EXPRESS
Norih Y \n 01 u.l;. li   C.
sMIIIIKKIMiaI.k i MOBDEN
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Six iiiuntlis   ■ ■ -        .HI
Thru* montln    •       • M
riiiied Bute* .unl for«lgn,|l NperyMi
MiVKKlIsiNi.  RATES
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Kiaiiim. Now M II  I.m il. Ni:'i- Col-
MM- In'rm- |'i*riin,*,i*iirli in-, rii.aii.
CusTiiA, i   Ai'i a mUHfXTI-. Rale*,  ar*
raiim*'! teeordtni tu ipat-i taken,
Allchangattln contricl idvertlHnieati
■Ul in' in ih.. hindi uf iln- print*! I"
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HARBOR COMMISSIONERS
An  important  stage,  in  the
progress ol the niovunelit lot
the-   appointment   ul   a   li.uUii
trusi ior Barrard Inlet ami ad-
Jdeellt Waters, ls lnalked by lhe
nrnrtloa oi a ronimaatfftln"i
by Ala^oi  Douglas ol V'aacou-
Ml, Irulll tile lederul goveiti-
melll,   leijllvstlllg   lllal a  drall
measure be prepared, embodying
Uie   "powers, authority, juns-
duiliill, lights, illltle.s allil liabilities'   ol suih a eoinmissioii,
ui accordance tvitli tin coacco
sus ol opiniou locally.
ibis aelloll, ttjioii  Ule p-jlt  <l
the government, utaniicata what
is wm...in iintiiit, a itacere de-
sire to become lull) inlormeO as
lu tile nleas antl wishes ul the
i.iiisiitiiiiK} must nearly concerned iu tins important   ma)
let, and also an eudelil  mien
tiun lu accord tho* msins
ever) possible coanideratioa, all
aal U Jlta.il Is iKsel I Illg Ol UllipU.lll
III al   a    .lllllllll.I.lllOU.
Al Hie s.iim llllll, llolli ll.e
i Hall point ol llie eollslllUeliiy tin
the Notlh Sliule ol the lnlil,
ilnn is 1'iiuUl lul doUlil as to
w lul Hi 1   this latest  slip . .ill  be
iiiiiMiiiinl latulaclory. BecaUM
a siluilai toiuiutlliliaUoii li"iu
Ule  |OV( llllllilll,   has  Hot     i*iin
received bj tbi   repreecnutivet
ul tliu .\.illii Mi.ill , llli i.ollilll-
1..I1 Wollld llnl M)  all)  llli,ill    in
ju.iuml, thai iiu government
igoiiiii, .a ignored, the
lateral * *,i \,,itii \ancouvcr,
Uu conception ai Uu Htualloa
whiih prcvaili al Ottawa,   is,
t\|i|lllll),     lllal      the     llll I lioils
wittiii ma) in- adopted b) Uayoi
UuUgl.is,  111  plipalllig  Ule HI.ill
I,.iawn| will accord ainpU op-
I*>.ituiiii) ini itpreuioB pin
lalll    llpHll     III!     p.ll l     a,j    ,\lt\     jl'll
i.oii iii ii,. .*.ii,iiiuiiii) involi
id,  lag. llnj   with adupU.ili    rt
pn i ntalioa, lu t Baan Uh pro
'.   ll I  th.   i:.
Ml< ll   (ml I lull.
Nevertbeli i ■ uuil| 'in ■
I*, ii, iiii i.i-a, .unl granting
tli.ii North Vancouvei will   bt
nt.iliuli   Ufl
ii'iiiiniitti   whiih  in*i\   in   mn
• t it nt. i, ia. iiiaw np 'lu drall
bill    lliitlel sUill all alt.illgilliiiil
\.m.'aim i      would    ,idiiiiiii di
ilnllilti.ile  llu*   -iluatloll,  and    ll
ii is conceded by Korth Vancou
\!i, imu b) implication,   iJiat
\   at.- lllllll    IS    I"   ll.lll    llll      n'i]
trolling vuiii- in tin draaring up
ol  the  bill  appoiStiag a ''"i.ii'l
iii h.itiiot cotiunluioneri, then
in all probability n-.iiu \ aa
couvd will Iiiiii ii iiiii narj   i"
• niiletil liersell wilh a like -.iln
.iiinn, relative to Uu peraoaaiI
oi that board when appoialcd,
The iiiinsi' panned bj  the
\ ,in.unin   wing ol iiii   dclcgH
Hmi   to  Ottawa,   fl.ilm     to     i
burbot board tor Barrard Islet,
Is yet  In .h   ni   ilu   minds  ol
those who took an interest   itt
i hose proceeding!. Prior to
tin* departure ot the combined
delegation, it was clearly understood that the government was
to be reqtieited to appoint a
bi ii Imr board, for all the waters
loinptisi'd in the port ol Vau-
COUVer,    Upon wailing upon the
government tin- Vancouver contingent, without anv previous
notice ol their intention,  and
williout deigning lo ascribe any
reasom iui iheii action, lorsook
ihe policy agreed upon ami pressed im a board lur l-'alse creek
unl). Once having been made
the luiiiii ul heroic methods
.mil as this, North Vancouver
is probably able to lorm a lair-
l\   at. in.iit.  estimate as to tin
sun ui treatment thai mould be
meted out to her intirtatl on
an) central coamittei ur board,
iim control oi winch is in the
bauds ui representatives Irom
the Sulllli Short ul tlic Illlel.
Uuh all due cuiisidcration lor
tlic advaulagcs ollered by Vancuuver, a remain! a lact, t...
the North Shore will lend itseli
mueli mole' readily than ilu
souih ihore lo the working oui
ol stub plans as may be lorinu-
lated by a board ol harbor Com-
ltussioiieis. Vaacouver, oi
course, possesses a gnat preponderance ol population she
likewise already ls Ule eoltvcrg-
mg ieiilte ol several Uauscullll-
iietil.il railways, as well as llie
iiunii .a many luge ami growing loiumercial, uianulacltuilig
and shipping lliduslries. 'lln-ae,
Uuwevcr, are but relative condition*..      GiveB  llausvulillllcll-
i.ii railway coaoactioM, No. in
Vancouver, with lur aaescclled
natut.il advantages, will very
soon mine into puksesslun ul the
utliei items, aud all energetic
boanl ul eulllllllsslotlc'ls would
imt bud il a dillicull maiur, lu
seiuii i in .se coanectioai ior ibe
Nui ill bbore.
Oii lhc oilier band, the luie-
shuii ul Hun aid   lnlel   on   the
Vaacoavei side in practicall) all
in tlu- bands ol great u.inspol*
Iation luiupauies aiid wealthy
liiaiiulaeluring lliduslries, whose
iatereata mum uui be purchased
excepl iur labuluus sums, while
ihe (oreahon oi the north ihon
which is uol in any sense OM
whit   iimii»i   to   tlui   ol   tbe
south ihore lot tnanuJacteriflf,
shipping, or oilier industries, is
sllll in lhe hands ol iiiilivuiu.il
"Wiius, alld could  be jilllt li.iseu
ai a comparative!) low price.
Any sibeiue ul harbor iui-
provement, in order to ba eqaiv-
.,Inn iu tin luture raquiremoil!
I  the port,  should  be uillipre-
huisiM' aiiii should provide lei
iin   development ui Un  Mitire
lliiil,    Imlil   llul tb   ami   south
, as a whole.
In   Mew    Ol   Ulcsi    lulisldeia
Hull'., and 111 older lllal llli  lul
in,iliuli i,I a Ii.ii Imi   bu.iid in.n
ti and be illiiled upon .in
.l.b   lust-..   North  Vl linull
u t ihould iii accorded the prii
l  -ul.nutting a ill.ill lull,
■ ii'luit  ol tbi  south slii'I i.
oi otln rwi.se should In accorded    a . | ll.l 1     llpll'.sellt.ltlun    Willi
Vancouver,  oi   any committee
niinii undi Hakes to It.une a
bill,  which  is designed  to   glii
c-iprtaiioa   i"   the   idi.is  .mil
wishes ul tin   whole luiislilllrti-
.i, whose intinsts are Involved
III  llll   Ill'll i'llll lit.
An old Henley suilln, milim-
i.i by watching J. N. J, Browa
in a pi .uin' pin "ii Tin sd,i\
evening, requi ited .oul w.i- good
natureuj granted ihe use n ilu
ih.iitipion's shell, (ol .i lii.il
spin. When about .'-, v.mis nil
u's slip, the -a nllti ami
tbe shell pallid minpalii inl
liolwitllslalidllig the tail llial
numerous boat! and lailtiilies
iii*n* i|tiukh ii iln *pol, the
iiiilorliin.ili i it inn spi ni about
nn iiiinnii-* in On watu 'it-forr
bliag lesiucd.
t ELDER   MLRBAY   CO.?
t
Pnoil 'li7, North ViXOOtiVBK
• Double Corner
4th ami St. Audi  ws.
Improved,
Cash )li,500, balance to irran|e,
I'liiiiu- MM, VANeoivmi •
Price $4,000     •
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THE LONSDALE PHARMACY
BRING YOl'R  PRESCRIPTIONS 11K11K
Good Drugs,
Careful l'n-]iaration
Low Prioei
TIIE   LONSDALE   PHARMACY   :
Comer Lonsdale Avenue and Sth Street. .
l'lione J9. *
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Ladies'
inery
IHE I 'IIM PATTERNS
Stilish creations bv skilled
tnillini-rs Irom New York and
l'urisun models.
The Newest Shapes trimmed
to lovely effects and at prices
that place them within the reach
ol the moderate purse.
Ready-to-wear
Goods
blouses,   Hosiery, etc..  etc.,
in lartfe variety; the lad st drs
and at right prices.
NORTH VANCOUVER BUYER8
ihould examine onr offerings.
Moore's
■
149 Hastings St.. E.
11. I
Mnntifiittii ,
iill kiliil- nl Mi..i,in ami A lit iapi.- I nrni-
liiri., Slaare, iilll.t', Hunk mnl  bur  Kix-
inr,**-.   BepeMng in all it. branch**,
l7,1Tlilrilm.H . Ii.*l i'l„*.l,..li.*lil«ii.| I...H-.1.I,
ll|a|....ll|.  MHMl
MAtLOBDIHR|i"*M pronpl aiii-iiiiiin
Heinz's Sweet
Mixed Pickles
 inbulK	
The finest made.  Splendid
appetisers.
35c. per
Quart
All lines nl bigb-fradl family
(•rnceries at right pri'
C.R.I1ICKMAN
Lonadaile Ave aud 8th si
tAtttm>nMnnnmm>iiHi>Mmtt
Keep Cool
Bi| Buylnq
I KiLII   M H»1I R UNDERWEAR     *v
We Have II
Ralbrlggaa, nt) imr .sm aack la 1 ven ligbi
lutui.il W't.l al  5l..Sii
HJtIHER MIIS
Willi lhe appro.nh nf Kt) imi will sttteh In lluni,
injj of your sun,nur suit. Ue e.utv I line ui
t'lolhitif; that i.mnot be tqaaled loi sivle of l.i Inu
and neatness of bt, licsides bliag limn M pel n-nl
In \n |)i-r cent iheaper lhan nihil ilothnij; nl llie
satin- qualitv
llovs'  Still',  5\.no tip
Men's suits      Irntit Sin lo |u,5a
Wi  lake greal pleaMllc in ihowiag JTOB tblDUgb
whether you buy or not
CUMMINGS
(1, uis (liiiliini!.       I'tirnislnnns,       ilm*.  Ladlee*, ead
(llllilll-irs liniils .Hid Mints,
Nl-.XT III BUKK81 MKAT MAkKKT
BUILDERS
HARDWARE
We have just received our entire season's supply direct from t
the ni.iiiufai tiirets  and we eni.li.ilu   intritl   m'U to look it O
*     over.     We III ia a position to supply you with anything J
4     in this line Irntn the very cheapest to the most expensive t
m     and our customers can easily choose what best suits their
J     requirements.
WE OFFER YOU OIR FIFTEEN Yl-'.AKS KXI'KKII.XCK
AND QUOTE vor Tin-: LOW- |
l-:sT CONSISTENT PRICES,   I
Paine  0, McMillan     %
The   Pioneer   Haidware
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PHONE 11
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|   JU5T ARRIVED   |
^ A CONSIGNMENT OF *
Oo-CarliS, Babi|-Buggie»,
Reed Chairs
PRICES RIGHT
ASK TO SEE OUR
All Felt Mattress
Ciin|n i V Cot» and Mdlln .vv.s
if! \IIRIII VINNfB MU frLKMSIIKRS
54   and   56   Lon»d»lr   Avintlt. .
EXTRA
Special
I pniiiiir Oanen tkm t<■ eatirtNat, tisii, '4 taih, hikaei«, is
llll'l   || 111, < 111 ll -a Hi  | |aiT ,-,'llt.
Ali-ini fen■ In-i.l.. Ilia t.MOeai'li,  '4 i--.li, Imluiire i., I.'and IS
nn. inli- at i, |,,*r i'inl.
Tin. |irii|n'rlv mil i|.iiililf in iiiliiv ii ii fell int'iitlii*
ONE-HALF ACRE BLOCKS
Near to New Lynn Valley Car Line
$250 each, $50 down and $25 every]3 months.
C. E. LAWSON
Keal l-.suti- Spi-i i.ibst      15 l.i-nsd.il, Aie       l'lione 70
I SHAW'S
PIONEER DRY GOODS,
Gent' Furnishing and Fancy
Store.  Cor. 2nd & Lonsdale
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I For Empire Day I
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STRAW HATS,    EUBB0N8,     LACKS,
EMBROIDERIES, DRY GOODS,
PRINTS,    GINGHAMS,    ZEPHYRS,
nr. ETC.,   GENTS' FURNISHINGS
All nt prioee ii- low and in sunn- bum
lower then Vanoouref,
Wc in olotiog out our Jewelery Deptrdnwt at T
liajiiiv* ilui riiiiiini in- ipproaobad * THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
II
M. F. Hlaikwell is building   .1
reiidence oa bth street east.
James Wilson is building a
lesidcncc on mill street eaat,
Wth.ragc will shortly open .1
barber shop al bA, Lonsdale ave.
Arthur and Airs* Warrington
have taken sunt- tight, in llie
Kealh block.
William \\ilsmi is building a
rcsidciuc inr personal occupa-
tlou on mil Street cast.
W.  Walsnli   lay lot   and   wile
have taken up tfai u reaidenw on
isi  itreet,  aeai   Bt,  (jcorgi
avenue.
A. J. l'u 1.11 il is calling lm
lenders lm the eietUoti 01 .ua
imposing residenci on tin* grand
boulevard,
A league baseball game will
be played here mi Monday, tin
prolession,il it*,um, ni Vancouvei
and Tacoma meeting,
C. L. Hcuiici, oi iln- local
stall ol lhe 11. C. l-.l. Ity. Lo.,
has purchased a new house jus*.
completed on bth street eaat,
John and .ins. Shields   havt
removed lo Ilns clly lioin   lid
lllollloll .UUI lUVe llllllll .1 III' 11 sa
Oil .Jill stlccl,Ileal  l,"llsil,ilc BVS,
Janus Cooper Keiiii is engaged   upon   preliminary    prepare
lions lor n.n iug liiiih ., .....
modern residence on the grand
boulevard.
Mayor May* anil Alls. .11,11 ii
celled, and hale accepted, au ili-
viiaUou irom Admiral ijicia u,
visit uu Japanese waratupa, in
the hai'001.
The combined celebration oi
lhe schools ol llie illsiritl.wlilth
is iliadveiieinly aniiouiitcd else-
wliule lor .UotiUay, is being iiiid
today [Friday).
Oii Aloud,iy eveaiag, the l lui -
llctlltlll.il   siulety   will    hold    a
lionuet dame 111 the horticultural paullou.     A good milii'.sti.i
has been ncured.
.Mrs. Vaaghan Rhys is making
preparations to haw  eTCCtsd   I
llloderii eight loomed resldtiiie
oil iUh streei east, nvel looking
the boulevard park.
A continuous half hourly ferry service, from six o'clock a.
111., to twelve o'clock midnight
daily, will be inaugurated Saturday evening,and will be maintained permanently.
The contract Ior the erection
ol the new Catholic church at
llu tm ner ol dth street and Mahon aveaUC, has been awarded
to John McKwen, who has begun operations on the structure.
No nine h.is been lost in the
starting oi the work ol cliariag
the right ol way lor lhe tramline extension through I,inn valley, slashing anil lues being   in
mil suing mi Thursday oi thu
weak.
At the Baptist church on 5tii
sti tei next Sunday' evening, the
evangelist, Rev. 11. Roper will
1 Iiu 1 the service,   A rousing
time is expected. Airs. Uanloii
With smile ladles lrolll \ amount will assist 111 the singing.
'lhe ball given by lhe Uorll-
iiilltital society 011 Wednesday,
was thoroughly enjoyed by the
huge number present, yuile a
number Iron the oilier side ol
the Iulet were over, an^ even
New Westminster was represented.      •
The Norih Vancouver Horticultural society have received
Irmn the provincial government
,1 small supply ol Monarch turnip and Golden Tankard seed,
both ol which have been fui'insh-
etl by the Garlon Pedigree Seed
Co., and ale supposed to have
special merit. The soetetv will
distribute these seeds as lar as
they will go lo members, 011 llie
understanding thai those who
receive the seed will keep a record as to dale ot seeding,
kind ot soil, and yield. Applications tor same can be made to
W. C. Keene, 15th streei.
Kmpirc Day iclcbr,ition, in
connection with Chesterfield ave
public school, is being held this
,ilii union, in Larson's pavilion.
The lollowing is the programme
lor the occasion: Chairman's
address; school song, "The Maple l.c.it Forever"; Umpire Dav
mii, written and recited bv W.
Elder; dialogue, "The Song ol
tin* Cities, aiiil Bngiand'i  Re
plj," compiled   Irmn   Kipling's
"Seven Cities"; song, "llrit-
ain's Heroes," by the school,
"God Save the King." Short
speeches by local speakers, interspersed through the abo\t
items, complete iiie programme
A movement is on lool among
local business men, to secure an
amendment to the present tram
schedule, which it is considered
will prove an accommodation
to both the public and the mer-
chauts. Al present, lhe cars
leave the lerry lauding lmincii
ately upon thc arrival ot the
lerry boat, giving no tune loi
passengers to transact business,
unless by waiting over one car.
lt is thought that il lhe tai 1
leave the lauding, say, live 111111
utes alter the arrival ot the lerry, it will allord opportunity
for those who wish, lo gel Uieii
mail, or to attend to any small
matter ot shopping and at the
same tune, get the lirst car to
their destination. A committee from tho business men, will
probably interview Alaii.ign
Pany, in the matter.
THE RIGHT MOVE
The following resolution, with
relerence to the relationship ol
North Vancouver to lhe proposed tlralt measure, to constitute
la board of harbor commission
'ers lor Hurrard Inlet, was unau-
jimously atlopted al a special
meeting ol the executive ol the
I board of trade, held on Thurs-
|day evening:
Whureas 11 is reported tkrough
the public press thul the ntaym
of Vancouver has received a
communication from the dominion government, asking hun
to have draited a bill creating
a board ol harbor commission
ers for the port ol Vancouver:
And whereas, it is considered
imperative tliat the right   ol
North Vancouver to participate
upon a basis of equality with
the city of Vancouver, with respect to all matters pertaining
to the creation of the said harbor trust be conceded, seeing
that, ibv far tlm largest and besl
available harbor frontage for
new works is on the north slnuc
Alld whereas, lhe present sit
uation calls for prompt action
in the premises:
There-lore, be it resolved, that
the president of lliis board ol
trade be Instructed to telegraph
the dominion government,  re-
queiting that  North Vancouver
be consulted, .is ,1 first party,
lie-Ion- any definite action is
taken.
In accordance with the above
resolution, President D. G Dick
has forwarded the lollowing lei*
(gran to tin- deputy minister erf
marine and lisherics: "Ninth
Vancouver board of trade res-
pet tlillly requests that North
Vancouver be consulted, as a
hrst party. In adopting proposed harbor commission lull lor
Hurrard Inlet. Letter and resolutions lollowing."
general, hence the absurdity ol
proposing a plebiscite as to Us
enforcement m uon-eaforcementa
We all hope that Aid. SchulU
will liercaitcr follow Jeremiah's
advice, as quoted hi  himself.   I
am, etc.,
AI.KX    I'IIII.II'
May 20th, I909,
ADJOURNED COUNCIL
Sl NDAV OHSKRVANCK
Editor Express.
Sir,—1 am glad that Alderman Schult/. admits that lie has
sworn to uphold our law. 1 lail
to see any grounds for stating
that the Lord's Day obaarvaace
,nl is a'discrettonary Statute,"
It, is a statute as much the law
of the land as is the criminal
code, and every breach ol it
may be punished. The limitation of action he refers lo,   is
only a limitation oi criminal
enforcement, and I very wise
mie in many respects, lie may
not lie aware that in sonic
countries private criminal prosecutions ol any kind are not
allowed.    The gnnil name ol lhe
subject is not to be lightly dragged into a criminal court, .unl
as a saleguard the crown must
prosecute in every case. That
principle is applied in this act,
aad lhe reason is obvious. The
.nl is not intended to lead to intolerance or persecution, or to
petty prosecution in any shape
or (uini, but to allord legal protection from just such raids aa
wc have been subjected to, and
Irmn the incoming ol bflneuca
that would demoralise a community. Hut the ,ut is ill tone
and the man who has anv discretion in tin- matter — pro-
set ution is not the citi/.eli, or
the alderman, but the altornev
The aldermen were all at their
desks and .Mayor Mat presided,
ai the adjourned meeting ol the
city council, held on 'lliiitsd.n
evening.
The board oJ trade submitted
a tnpy of the resolution .idopted by the executive ol the boanl
with relereiiti lo lhe proposed
harbor commission bill, requesting the co-operation ol the
council in the matter. The resolution was endorsed, and the
council will Immediately lorma*
late  and   lorward a resolution
along similar lines.
The ferry committal appoint.
ed by the ratepayers' assm iation, to carry out the formation
of a joint stuck tmiipativ.oii the
ferry assets and business, te-
ported, and the matter was laid
over until Saturday evening it
seven o'clock, when another conference will be held.
In accordance with the advice
of the city solicitor,  the clerk
will   advise   the   Alotor     Boat
Transpurtaliun Company,   that
the city council abandons   anv
claim il may have lot damages
obtained by the North Vancmi-
|vcr Ferry & Power Co, ngainsl
j tht* motor  boat  company   and
1 assigned to the city.
Ilwirwiil of Liquor liniisc
I ih1  NOTICE ilui 11.in. l.i ■- itier
date, 1 Inwud lu su-i y t   f. S. ll
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llul, 1 ,- -1 ui a 1 lilin mi lm
iniiiili r li ■ ■ 1 **i  un   I.a  H ■ -in.i..-
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f.iiit'ua. iif Liquor imu
TtKl   UOTI) I*nam 1  Mi ilajri allur
tti 1 Inn nu i*. ippi  1   1  * nu - 1.
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Mn   -nllif hci 'al au  Mu-iljr.
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al*. ,*   Mat. I D    IW,
sun.. I    ll M  Bl '.111
60   YEARS'
CXPERiF.NCF
Iti'ic Masks
DOHM
Cop- u hts le.
At*Tnnfl«i*n-1n|.*.tl.*' ';."'! , .■tptl,*■»lllla•■■
qt•l<:.l•-"J.>>rt.iiii fir * ;,l ,* * cwht*lli.r an
lu.eiilii*,. , pr»>i»«' '- : ii'.ilila.. l'..miniiial<-v
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Pald.K   „.:>! 1 :■.. 11 .» ij. rnolt-t
•a-rla-1-...t. r. r.lrttn
Scientfic .rrieait,
A hM-laumi'iir Uluatrat .. ivotfety.  Vrnattir-
imltiion uf any ■cleni ic |
CaMd.-Ola.7S • ya*r,p.. <mvpi; .. _   ,-M far
fflfo™* New York
Braii< 1 Offlce. 9% F ft. V .. uin*too. D 0.
24th m Excursion
SS. Kupert Citv, leaving Johnson's wharf at 10
a in lor Howe Sound aiid Si|ii,unish, returning 5,JO
p.m. A delightful daylight sail llarptir's .a,Intra on hoard. Linull served Fare Sl. Children
between j alld 12 years, 50 cents.
The Kupert City will leave Cataa' wharf, Nmlh
Vancouver, at 10.i] ,1.111, mi Mav .'41I1, loi II iw
Sound and 'lie Seuiamisli, returning at V.lo pn.
lan lor adults Si; children 501.
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CLEAR ATMOSPHERE
NUMEROUS PARK8
GRAND BOULEVARD
UOOD SCHOOLS
LEADING CHURCHES
LEADING SOCIETIES
l'i 1 MILES WATERFRONT
Horticulture and
Agriculture
Some Advantages
Enjoyed by
Residents of
HELPFUL CLIMATE
SOUTHERN BXP08URE
8UN8HINE AND SCENERY
MOUNTAIN CLIMBING
canyons AND WATERFALLS
BEST ENVIRONMENT
INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES
M8IDIirn.iL ADVANTAGES
Lumbering and
Mining
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ITHLISHED BY AUTHORITY OK THK   CIVIC C0MMI1 IKK"
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llnl
IB
llr,  Bryan Willi
warden is lavorabh
impressed   with   .>   suggestion
which h.is rn-eii inadi * tliat *i
herd ol I red titer be Imported an; lilierated at tlu head
,,i  *, .     Vancouvei
M, Ula! Willi    n '"<      --lla
ll    Wiib.nn-     i
v ipiij   mi
Vani ■ '   ,s ""
:*   LCtlVI     Tllelt
rriton  whlcl
:   ml  ,1,1*1
: o    aiilli'
,   .. ., trophy
lhe    11. .iiii    "I
mn ,r. .i loud supply, i*- oi  ni
l \.ilm     Filtj y< ii
I deei ni Nt w
md  and today il is world
numbers na
tourists; it is one "i the imm:
it V issets     Their n
dut have attained a si/e ainm
.ni     Vlule ih.
tt.i| iti ;* biggi i  iini .i ven ni
blc animal deei is gwi
tlged to he lh
most symmetrical ol the do i
n i- ars ii. 'W imu
m iin hi id-* "i llii se dici hi Si it
Zealand, tht 1 irgest ol «
originated [rom aboui seven
deei. two --t.i::*. aiid Iiu hinds.
Thej were liberated in lS*o and
in i lituated lo mini*
l.ei   io,ihki animal -     Conisiilei
ing the i inn.ite ,md loud supply
tin re  is ttil l   It isoll   to  i
that tin i du i would do equal
ly well in this i
Tin'i   are  many   magni
h>ids oi .lium,ils in the English
and tlu Hcotih parks, and
i * ii*. doubt but that they would
thrivi and ini reasi very rapidly
in R   i     adding   rei   anothei
very rlei il ible li itun to the al
tractions  which   iln--  province
■ Is thi game hunt* t
In the importation ol birds,
Dr. Tod I ol \ ii toria h.is lieen
carrying on successlul opera
iimi* in tin importation ol
Iluii: Iridges.       Last
-,i.n .i toi il ul i'*; birds were
imported and turned ont, and
this msi .i largii consignment
numbering 277 buds has been
it hi" rty making .1 grand total ol in
Last u.ir the birds, mth ilu
1 (ception ul Iwenty thai art n
put on snliu \ Island, were turn*
nl    -11    \ in,,,ut,,!    Island.
This tear, howevi 1, more ol the
small islands haw be n lavored
ll.. detail ol ilns yeai'1 work
is as follows Charles street, *i
birds; James Island. •;-, Sidney
Island, ij; Smith I'.n.In
Salt Si'iinj: j 1, Colwood ;
S""k' lakt   1'    ih.se have ill
I'l ' II    pill    llllWII    laa   'MM  II      I,UUI.Itt
.in.l   Uarch   .''ih oi  iln
year, hut ll 1   Mi   Todd's "pin
hat in.on "i iln in m;
*   1 iil\       IK   thinks
lilt      righl      HUH       'a|     U.ll foi llll
porting  iiii   partridg
tween Uarch 1 * and April
111 wiili r inti real an  lh   .1
! i'i" ia.ilh by the do
minion gm < rnim-nl to build up
.1 large hi rd ol : thus
tO  pi llllll.ll
Irom . ui'h ii..
tht   Winnipeg
Trihui
lollowing ml
Tl.p.al      I
Hal  111 '    all.I    illtO   tll
11 park .it w'uinwrighl,
.ml   portion  <>l   iln
lo ll. pi   pu
th.  dominion g in 1
*
Li   Howard  Douglas, inmiiiis
*. inion pai I *     tli
Dou lill   hall   sliolll-
Monl a a isi ting thi ni a
imi .,- wainwright,    Thi
ii.n 1 v uii -in dominion con rn
ninn . .,    ,..,  ii,, dclivci.
iln 1 btidnlo   which
coinprisi  il md shipment,
■it tht park in  Way    and   Ur,
n  to ilolllit
but that tht shipmcnl   mil  be
m.id' Tin buflalo will
into  tin   p.nt   via
w'ainwrlghl. thi
i'.. T. r   lim  into K'alnwrlght
coming within hall a uuh ol tht
Mia
who iilt carried
the di the Gl
ni thi •  1 j * .i'l   .ii   iln
I..ilil": ill al *" sn;
tend .I'm   .md will
li xii.111 con
! I :■ ilu will la
p ped in a train ol -
lv   constructed   with   -separate
stalls [01 ' ai, and «ith
trap doors in the rool ti
tale iin i" ling ol 1 hi animals,
The  many   1
which ua 11'*   i"
Irom thi   ■
game,   1*   *
statements 111,ule by lb Wilfrid
Cunit 11. C Alt... iln noted mis*
sionai 1 doi toi am 1 p lhe lish
fiimii 01 \i tt 1* 111 dlani
lal,I,hn S|n
nnl   othei   eastern   * ."*     I .si
spring   D    I ' thai
anu   yeai
reindei 1 had 1 lo 1
1.1 <li>t .mil 1'   ed iu
I.imi   Liml
w ho had  * li Al
tit.nt it,11      It
since    iln il lliis
hud had I
to -jo head      li no
I nil;'*
time tin it  will prol
,nnl  within    nolher   ,s
months the aiiim 1 th
satin     rati    ol lion,
double  their   111 They
mighl soon li.ita
in the counti 1. lb t»n nh 11
and .1 very reiuuneri I
try might ' • 1 tablished il jmli-
1 lmislt  fostered by the Ci 1
ah department
Tin* count ry i
for 1 in-.
able to get thill own Ilv ltlj;
both mnl.; 111 r
Thirty deei
ably upon one squ
tlnii   .ih
available  foi   iln
I'he  ,inun,il
or draught pui;
nn iluii linhs, ,md for daii
There are 1   jyi
st.l^s    III    ,|    Ilt III al       IS
unit under considi 1 the
distribution ol "i!" rs. In Siberia ii'iiiiltti stags may hi
purchased al
t l lit S  Call li     v hi
1.idoi .1 g 1 u*.nh
ii.a.iii S» ninials   an
llll,llll.ll.l. 1)1   I lllihll,
nnl loi li * i    Tint
.Hi    ilso , \,, ii* ;
111.iU,   the  ni'ii itch
nu*   liom    any nabli
taste; it is 1 ii li in * ■* mi and
m.ikis excellent buttel and
t lii 1 st Tin '* are now milking
i,*. animals daily     Di   Gi
llllliks that .1 1 1 ■
iinin in tin Labi * iry in
l lllla.ll Willi
Wheal, p. is, turnips and
toes hai.  i«. n grot ■, in
patches.     A lev Kipi
Ini,   .nnl   there,   and   lil
gra *■■ is grown ■ (lent.
Ilui tin breeding nl lh
is iln* industi) pro
mist
THK   GRAND   BOVLKVAKD
Ivliloi l
su,   S'oti
litter in la
llll    la* allll t Hi
to    llli     "I    '■'
getting
Inllil*'.
iln* pul
lt        s,   ,      , '||,
publii   in
Wim* 1
not it il;.* it iiv
lh< t   halt    in
1.ml.  when   tot
ii,si .nd I
worth -
la"nhi.ud   tthl.1
|. I I    ll Iall  .   .lllll    tl III H
■
.llu mi**,  al  li .1 *i   1 iln*
1 . u*miii i« 11 ing built in
ilns in.iiiinni.   widi thon
nli'iii*. bui I mu 1 1
.iiuiiii. 1 um 1 vii ;
lea vi \ iini.iii. 1 und
iiln-.i point "i iiiui thirty minutes. Hum
this   compan   with   Fail
Will ll   |U ill-!   .all    ..I   I*   *   l
ill,   Imiilt t.iid   lols'       I   1
in tin    World
'allll   I
posing l" 1 misli 11
boulevard,    I en
1 mg vim Ii I hope nm w ill in
* rl with ilu- li tter.   II ll
1
Mllil     I'.'itli 1.,id*
Nurlh Vain on-
■ hotlt il  Iinin   'In   hou 1    tops
•liii  \i'
'lhanking vmi in anticipation
nn Inserting this letter, yours
miK
A. B, DIPLOCK
15th street, Nortli Vancouver
Uay  i'liii, iiimi.
Tlu  1 lipping to which refer*
I nu  is made in llu* letter ol A.
11. Diplock, appearing in   this
issue, is as lollows:
Paris, Mav 17.—Parisians are
laced witli the proapect  ol a
ii- i.il upheaval ol the streets
■ mii   worse   than   tJ1.1t   Irmn
ullli ll   the t Itj   is null   just    lean'.' ring after tha construction
"I Iln  principal "lube" lines
U, Dausset, who has been cn-
II listed witli the drawing up o(|
iln , 1111111, il report oi ilu- Paris I
municipal budget, suggests that
the city shall be practically!
1 ran stormed within the next live
tears .ii a mst ol {300,000,000,
H.  ll.uisset supports M. Bmi-
vard, the chiel city engineer and
-inuini', wlm proposes to con-
Mlitl   lue  wide  streets leading
aliiciilv to the central markets.
The programme of new street
construction   alone   would ab-,
SOI I,   SS",iiiiii,ono,
Al lloiii,ud also proposes to
encircle Paris, oa space now oc*
iipied b\ lhe city walls, with a
nst circular belt oi garden or
park land twenty-two miles in
circumference and 150 vards
wide,
HUR H SERVICES
■'it is..1 1 IST, -ivi sm1
INU  IHIKIH \ III   rs I Kl h IS.
Holy 1 "ininiinitin. 8 a. in.
Uorning prsyar, 11
Evening pi.ita 1.
tn-i Sniiil.it in the month
a ia «nl 1. ,1 s< 1 mnl 1 elebration
ll *it Communion at 11 am
It, 1 im     K) 1    lliic,h  I loop. 1
I 1 I -1 IT II KUS CHUM II
-i\ 111 mm.
Services will 1»   conducted as
on Sundaj  bj  tht pastor.
S       0 -1 luml. 2:\t p  in.
Si-rvici  it Mood* villi 11 hool at
i».
1 mi • ling on \\ ednesda*
k
•   ,*, a ii nun*.
pssion Rev, | lv Gillam, MA.
I * 111 n 11.   s.   11. 1 misi k
1 -1 t\nsi. oaoaot'i
IIIMI.
M01 rvice, 11 a. n i Sai
p no . avaaiai
p.m.
 111 ling mi Wednesday
|o n'i lock
Pn .11 hing in Lynn  valley on
1 li rn iti Siiiilu' .itii-runons.
Sundsj si hool sl MoodyviUs at
Kn   II   II   Hald.rston, B. A.
1 vam iuvaa 1 innn ii
i\iiii\ uiisioa.
r| n   Servii' *      M.iss   m i,
Sunday m hool .u 2.1,0 p.m.,
11 ij ni sl 3 p ni.
1     |<i ,    I'.   I'lvtavin, ll
I   \   G.
II Sl II. 1 OKSIK 111 III  ISIa
IT. '.liil,").
Slllnl.it  st Innil jit   i 01 lm k I' in
.. •    .ll     I   aa   ,   I,,,   |,   p.lll.
-.      Ri    David Lang
a . h mil
WEDDING HELLS
ic. 1 .1 li Gillam officiated at
1 nn pretty wedding  at   the
lollle  nl   Mis    I..   0.   Knss,    1st
1   ninn inr daughter nml
u   A. MiClcneghafl w.n united
in in.1111.ige     The bride wa ,   l-
*     il*     S   ,'eels |1  , ll-
a    tt.is ■.llpp'il'teil In   ,    " ,11
Itoss, l.iulhii ol ihe bride,    file
happy loiiph ati nmi making 1
1..ill   "I  lhe Sound eilles,     ,ltu
ninth   Ihn   will   spend   a   lev
journey ing in Northern
Hritish Columbia
Rod Relish,mc is now in enn-
• 1111 a an ior his in,iieh with Vic-
toi Wimble ol Seattle, oa Monday evening, lm the lightweight
ll.illlpii'llslllp     ul     the     I'.n ill.
Tin  km] mistier  COB
nl.is himsell in iiituh better
Itiofl   lli.ui   when   he    mel
ah   111 Seallli.  ,Old Is len
hopeful oi carrying nil the hott-
..I.. He Is now down to weight
namely 115 pounds ringside and
in excellent shape. The match
will be catch-as catch-can style,
polio gazette rules, best two
111 iimt- bills. Willi rt largi
*i "i local enthusiast! and
in,mis in encourage hint, Ren
.li.nte    will    doubtless    plve    ,1
111 mini "I Iiiiii-*! Il,.i!id has
■ m elli nl, piospn ts ol taking his
ent into camp.
ARDINARY paints very soon dis-
" color and fade. ML Pure
Patois withstand sun and weather
and slay bright, because ML Pure
Paints, besides pure lead, pure zinc
and pure oil, contain a special
ingredient that makes them last
about twice as long... and better
protect any surface they cover,
indoors or out. Other makers
haven't found out yet just how to
use that ingredient in the right
quantity and tbe right way. If you
buy paint for real service... real
economy... real money's worth
then buy
ML
Pure Paints
THE KIND IT PAYS TO USE
made ar
Ths  Imperial VtrnUh  0 Color Co.,
Limited, of Toronto
m r.STABLISHED II YLAR8 AGO
*-*: Tiw7>
WT   Pure
M*-* Paints
Midi in r*fry 4 eii rattle
color and lor every use
paint cin serve, ire iaar*
inleed lo cover as well ind
satisfy u wholly 11 aay
piinl sold in Ihe world. The
reliable atore named here
sells ihese paints in any
stiodard qualit), and will
readily inlorn yon apon any
painting qiestion. See them
before yot but math or lillle
paint for any purpoie.
Chas. H. Durand
le'anctuver Manager
jjoIIEATTYSI.
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CANYON VIEW HOTEL
CAPILANO
Grand Opening
May 24th, 1909
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Tin- Finest Tourist EUaOll nn the ll.C Coast.
Automobile stage Una meataertry ear From end of Keith
Riiiul tramline North Vanoouver,
Hotel Rata |2.60 |n-r day anil upvardi
special rates tor permanent gueati
I   p
.'.
LARSON,
P. CHANCELLOR,
Manager
■■M       Proprietor
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|a,„„is s a. in.,  11:15 a. m., 5:15  <J
WALL PAPER
lm I.vnn iriek, 11:15 a. m. VX
irMI'RESCOon your rooms ai supplied and put on by
Stoney & Co., would make home brifhter, liealthicr and
nippier Also a coat of paint Da out.ulr ,1 house makes
it worth more in the market.
M,iiK irriri \aiicouvcr and all
;,,ints. t):ioa. m., 11:45 ni., 5:45
|,  in Iron) Lynn rn-ek 1 p*   ni.
iiulKoitiK mails lor Lynn 1 n-i-k
11:15 «   '" ^e' m^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_o_
livered at thc wicket. [MMMItt-tWM♦♦♦ < M--^»>»':"X":*»-;-*'>'>«K''X-<"K-4>»»i«
N.B.—We are specialists in Si|?n Work
StOllCy   ®»   CO.,    "7  Loaidall  Avenue THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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IMPORTANT  NOTICE  TO OWNER*  AND  INTENDING  PURCHASER* OF
NorthVancouver Properties
ii
J:
Cleared City Lot*
For ba\t at First Cost
The lew renin in nig lols in block 5:, D. !<. Sjo, ua i|lh, 151I1
street anil Ridgway avenue, hci ng one hlock west of (Jui-eiislmry
park.
Insiile lots $300 lo J523 each,    Coiners Jhm each.
Size of insiile lots 50 by 156 leet each. Corners bo by 15b
feet each.
These lots are particulai 1\ well .situated, 13U1 .street lieing
already cleared and graded lo its full width, and lols of similar si/.e ii) that vicinily now selling lor $700 lo $Soo e,uh.
The lots above mentioned are genuine snaps.
for Sale
Intending purchaser* ill choice acreage «est 01 the Capils 10
or in any other part '.1 the iJisirict will prolit gieally bt lon-
sulting our large ann tx-iiisivt list before negoii ning for purchase elsewhere.
This buing the .oiirta year of our estahlishineiit 111 imsiness
in North Vancouver ive au Umioughly posted as lo the various
properties that may be ollered lor sale and their values.
We are the sales agents lor a number ol estates in North
Vancouver city and district and have a very good list of pro
perties for sale at prii is which were prevaihug in 14117 and icjoK
during the period of tin.iuci.il dtpression, and as we are now apparently on the eve ol a period of great prosperity we consider
the present time very opportune for investors to make a selet-
tion of North Vancouver property before the greater period ol
activity sets in.
Capilano Acreage and City Eots Waned
Well situated citv lots, blocks alld acreage, and well silu.it-
wl close in acreage in the district, particularly wesl of the Cap
ilano, and within one mile of the waterfront. Wc have a large
list of clients, and special facilities for negotiating sales when
the prices are right. We advertise your propertv without cost
to you if you give us the sole agency for a reasonable period
of time. Our past records demonstrate our successful methods
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 parts in
Canada, United States and Great Britain.
It will pay you to list with us ior quick sale il you hav, ,m-
property to offer.
ESTATES MANAGED _
Non-resident owners ol property in North Vancouvei who
are unable to give personal supervision to the management of
their estates are requested to correspond with us, being the oldest duly incorporated Company with its headquarters in North
Vancouver, and being financially responsible in every rcspcti,
we can give the ibest assurances possible that business will be
conducted along liues as accurately and surely as any banking
establishment throughout thc country.
FOR RENT
We have a good list of cottages and houses lor rent in choice
localities in the city ol North Vancouver, and shall be pleased
to show any of them to intending settlers.
Builders of houses in North Vancouver will do well to look
over our list of choice lots and blocks suitable for building purposes.
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IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
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ncorporaie.l A.D. tooh, undei the I (unpanies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chief place ol business in North Vancouver, B.C.)
:
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Telephone 15
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BASEBALL
NORTH VANCOUVER
Vancouver
\b
Tacoma
Recreation Park,
North Vancouver
Although Hut,un and San
I'l.nnisto ploughed lhe Tat ilu,
never, till Vancouver and Seattle ran their merchant Heels lo
ie Orient, was the dormant littoral ol Asia roused lo coliiiner-
lal and political activity. Canada's wa.s lhe uiiiiluslvc effort.
Now to Canada is thc guerdon, j
The reaction, il unequal, ls op-1
posltc, and the fruits ol Pacific
trallic accrue to our coast. The
day ol enlargement has dawned
mt l'uget Sound antl Hurrard
Inlet, and the harbors expand.
While yet young, Vancouver and
Seattle have both given birth lo
tilies, and side by side with the
parent  city,   North   Vancouver
has moved abreast llit line nl
'.nil,nne lo do a till's part and
I stay to the lililsh in iln- llle-
i work ol Canada.
1 Hitherto only a EracUos ol
uur great harbor has ken Utilized,bul GREATER HI'KKAKH
I INLEI IS on Till-. BVB 01
IRAPID ADVANCE.
WHY? Barrard inlet's laad
highway acrooi ihe umiiticiii is
through a mild Irost MM,*lilth
leaves transport uninterrupted,
and ils route lo the Orient is
short. Alive lo these adi.ullages and determined in develop
Canada's greal western h.illmi
lo the full, the ilniiiiuiun gov
eminent lias voted 1)00,000   to
bridge Ike Inlet.
I As ihe Grand Trunk Parilk
uill nui kt  a .sctotld Canada, the
: bridging ol Hurrard Inlei will
in.ilu  .1 second Valiiointi
a Over twenty miles ol possible
■tli.illagc lllle Will thus be made
.imssiblc to the railroad   s\s
'inns ol the continent. Hut nol
only has North Vancouver the
uiakjlie, nl a gte.it pOft, but she
has OUTSTANDING RESIDENTIAL AMKNITlliS, south-
.iii ispoaars, nagaifimt thor-
oUglil.tns and public grounds.
Ol tin twelve greal sites nt
Hun.ml Inlet, Vancouver has
lis unrivalled Stanley l'ark,
Nm lli Vancouver Clly has
TNE THIRD BOULEVARD
OF THE WORLD
MONDAY, MAY 24
while within seven miles nl It,
in tlic Disinii Municipality arc
elghl canyons and the suiiiliiiis
ol Crown and C.iniise iiiniiiit.iins
The Grand Boulevard is plant
ed, is being supplied with water,
and the board nl works has rt
iniiimcnded cement sidewalks,
which are therefore likely Ui be
laid shortly. Btectrfc cars mn-
llect th*- boulevard with all (ernes. The position and gnat
plnpnttions of the liotlltlailil
make il one of the besl residential situations of llie world, and
It  is legally   protected   againsl
ileptnl.ltliill   lol    tWttlll     vi.its
I,nts ironting mi the botlll vard
mst mit-lfiitli nl lols IU nr Stan
lev park, and a small fraction
ol similar Kitsilano Iota, V.ni-
iniivct propert] (good reaidino
hits  intituledi   fetches   tweat)
tunes as llllllll now as it did
about twenty years ago, .uul
where a residenci avenue is protected against depreti.ilinti il
gOtl lull .nivalin iu value. These
lots we lielicve are certain to go
to high value*, Ui kllnll nl no
pmpeity with ei|ttal i.ihit nt
pn .cut prices.
In.xidt lots, 5Jlt   In   i (nil   ni
I s'.l t  , i.ii ll > I mm.     Double ml
nils, i two lotsi l,i|ll. by l.|nll
m iv'li. together .V.ii-n. Terms.
iiiii thin) t i li, ball IM nine and
eighteen  III' Ml ills.      Interest    nil
deterred installments t> per tent
In   investment   as   in   othn
lliatl.ts  the  ttnlld's  wisdom    is
tniiiliii.siil.iii a lew words OppOl
muiic   is fleeting,   kaaitatiou
loses, the title that lead*, la, l,,i
tutu  llllisl  be taken .it tlic lloml
Occaaioa nnisi be uki-u by Unhand.
-5.50 |). m.
PUla, price lists aiiil other information can be had limn the
North Vancouver Land i* Improvement Co'. Ltd. Lty.
Mahon- Mcf arland fr Mahon, Ltd., Official \<t\rnls
CORNER PENDER ANU SEYMOUR STREETS, VANCOUVER, R. C. TW: EXMUJSS, NORTH VANCOtTBR, R. C.
CITY OF NORTH VANCOUVER. B. C.
ASSETS
Cash in hand
Cash in bank
At reals ol Taxes, 11)04
An i.n * "I T.ims, [905
Atu.us nl T.i.xes, 190b
Arrears ol Taxes, 1907
Arrears ul Taxes, I90H
An 1.us ol Water Kates
l.ess paid in advance
Sundry Debtor*, U per schedule No. 8
Insurance unearned       	
Advancei agalnit Debcaturee tu be sold
Local improvements in process   	
Sinking Kund, General   	
Sinking l-'und, Local Improveineiit
Waterworks Trust Account    	
REAL ESTATE
City Hall and Lots      10000 00
Additions in 1908       134 *■"
l-uriiitiiie and Fixings       1224 98
Additions in 1908       146 35
Public  I'arks       	
Street Bade	
Streets and Koads 125601 67
Additions in 1908     _  3524 41
Fourth Street Fireball      1000 00
Additions in 1908    5582 75
Thirtc-euUi Street Fireball       12no 00
Additions in 1911K   .„      io 90
Fire Itrigaile Ki|Uipment       2316 26
Additions in 1908    400 85
Cemetery Kcserve       1580 00
Cost ,,1 tlearing. in 190H     450 00
Sihool Property, Buildings and Land I5368 77
Addilious in |i)t*)8     6439 75
Sihool Equipment            750 on
Addition in 1908    393 00
Uituiiorks Construction Account
Addiiion in 1408     „.„»,
S.S. North Vancouver    	
Depreciation to IJucemlx-r 31st, 1908
Vharvee mid Slips     ,
Board of Work* Plant  *.*
BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1908
6582 75
1210 90
21808 52
1143 00
73 "9
18860 85
18933 94
4 18
21 17
227 09
1785 81
9297 03
11335 38
974 05
I 80
97-3 25
1637 30
79 00
19645 23
12984 <J5
65587 95
1712 15
1639 bo
23643 71
10134 17
1371 33     11505 50
8000 00
20000 00
129126 08
2717 'I      '°5I° 76
2030 00
70283 43
8464 76
78748 19
10000 00
1000 00
9000 00
2809 18
346 65
$387611 29
LIABILITIES
Coupon duu and unpaid 	
Blasting Deposit         1	
Government Taxes, 1007, held for refund 	
Sundry Creditors as per Schedule No. 8 	
Due to thn- District ol North Vancouver:—
Current Account       	
Balance of Street Ends Loan    	
Local Improvement Bonds    	
Advances against sales ol Debentures (or Local Improvement         _.
Sinking Fund, Local Improvement Account	
Waterworks Trust Account   	
Debentures, General      	
Capital Surplus Account    	
Balance, at the credit of the General Fund 	
62 50
50 00
27 65
3080 7b
23174 74
40a) no
2000 00  29174 74
12984 95
1639 60
23643 71
70663 41
376200 00
13589 53
27157 85
$387611 29
NOMINAL PINE IMPOSED
Magistrate Kealy held   court
Tuesday morning, lur the   adjourned hearing ui llie lillorilla-
tiun against A. .1. Pu.tun--A.ir-
low in lhe matter   ul   plawng
baseball   Int    gall)   OB Suml.iv
The prusecutii.ii  -vas represented by J. II. Bcaikr, aim the de-
leiidalil by  11. A. 1'.. Kubeit-ou.
Uld, une  lu the ellei'l  that   Ml
There    wele    two    iiilurillallolis
Uarlovv  had been in .iiltnn.nni
at  such   a  gallic,   alld   thiol in I
lo Ibe  ellecl   lhat In li.nl   ton
ducted suili a game.    ilr.Selik-
ler stalid lh.it 111   Walluvi was
ptip,ile.i   In   |*,. .id  guilll    In  tilt
lirst charge, and recommended
lu the mlllt lli.it a liiillitll.il lllll
In   lliipusul,   lllasmuih   a.    lllis
w.is iin in .1 t.ise aedei iiii do*
minion Luid > U.ii *ut lhe
court impoeed i dm "i Bw 'i"l-
l.irs and ilists. .Mi Senklcl
lllell stall d that tin si | mid
ili.iige Bad bull vvitlidl.ivui .iini
iln niurt .iiiordingly adjourned
C, E SOCIETY
The liyul.it muting ul the C
K socinv ul the Si Andrew'..
I'fesli} tn i.in ilitllili, was hell
mi Ttiisil,,'. t \, Blag, ii ith Master KuIhm Ni I-mi in Uh i h.iit
Mr. Kltuwb s in Ills usuillv t-lli-
iniil in,min t dean wnh the
topic, "At the Cross." The
nexl nn i ting   mil   l.i   In id   mt
Tuesd.iv evening, at iln-   teal'
iinin  nl  Mis   MiH.iin. .it S o'-
tJock,      The  tuple   "Birds    .nui
Plotters," will be giieii bj   Mi
Marshall,  the   i* n i,n\       Miss
l.'hi.i Ii.n will uuupv   In iball
SCHOOL TRliAT
The sib-."I board ol the dis
trict lias arranged an attractive-
outing lor the sihool children oi
Un district, their parents and
u lends, un .Monday, May 24th.
Capilano school will lie the
.suite ol tbe celebration. The
J street cars will convey lhe Lyun
Valley attendants Irom tbe end
oi the (Juiiti.-.bui v avenue line
to the end ul the Keith road
Inn, the remainder ul the dis
I,nn 1 being covered on toot. The
children will be conwyed  tree
ot charge. Ou the Capilano
sehoul grounds, a basket picnic will be held. A good programme will lie provided, comprising   games, i.ucs, speeches,
iu    A jolly tunc is anticipated
DISTRICT SCHOOL   HOARD
The ilistrui sii I board  bas
ibilsed   wh.il  should  prove   till -ilive   means   of   pruiuring   a
suitable Bam lor the new sihool
diatficl    tu   be   established   ut
Lonsdale avenue north        Two
ft—00 will be ollered, a first uf
three dollars and a second   of
two dollars, lor the best  names
lltUggeeted by any school buy nr
1 girl 111 the district.   Only Ivona
iub    iiunii ilnldren in the district being .illnwid to compete,
I     Mr. C. K. Iliikm.iu is taking
'up his residence   ill   the   apart-
limits on the lirsl   lloor   .ibaiie
Ins grocery stun . Lonsdale nnd
' 8th street.
; Tender* Wanted
To Clear   lad   GtedC   Lot ti.
Block ih7, D I. 174. Thf lowest
or any tender not necessarily accepted
C. G. PORSBIRG,
3m Carrall St.,
J_\ Vincouver, B.C.
Pioneer
Bakery _
S. H. Walker,  -   Proprietor
Frcih Bread daily delivered
to all parti ol the citv.
16 loavei for f 1
4 for 15 cents.
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
HIGH GRADE CAKE
PASTRY, ETC.
PIONEER BAKERY
IMM S       71 Lonidale Ave
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS 0. MILLS
Pioaeer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hall
HortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
COIDI'fTID IT
THE MISSES I)AWS0\
OrliHealet, tar-peal, Mulicil and
Maternity Niirm
Kwim twi Out Hi kitttaVta
Fnr   'a-rm-   applr   it  Ilia Hoipiul
Cor. 1Mb Street ■* **i Antlrew'i Avi.
PMONa a*
In the Circle of
your Acquaintances
I. O. O. K.
Nortb Vancouver Lodge, No
VS, meet* every Thursday -ven
rag, corner Loan-dale avenue and
Firet street, at A o'clock Visiting Hrretbren cordially invited to
attad. A. L- Ctaient*. M Q ,
Tboe. 9. Nye, Rec.-eec.; J H.
Pllliag, rin-eee.
ALEXANDER & MACNAGHTEN
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Agents lor
B. C. Permanent Loan and Saiinq*. Co.
I'hoeni*. lire Iniuram « Ca., o( tendon, I nq.
Liverpool A london 4 Globe Insurance Co.
Ike Sun Lile Assurance Co., ol Canadn,
fl
then- may be many engaged
antl married people,   It is a
luinilrcd tn oni1 tlieir angtgt*
mont, or aredding, ring wti
bought In'i*-. becauee here is
where the greatest variety nf
High <"Ihss Jewellery is
shown, nnil wlu-re DM can
always rely upon gettipg
goon1 value fur your nioiiey.
Wt have a fine line
nt gold and silver
watches, b'ooches,
chains, etc.. and precious stones
GRASSIE & CO.
jrS Cambie Street
Phone 37
Artistic Deilgni Sound Workmanablp
Moderatt Prlcsa
LAW <k KNOWLES
P.O. Box
Architects a.nd Builders
Wa Cm Dealgn and Wt Can Build
9++*+*+/*+*+**++**^
I
Nn dealer can sell thia electric (1st iron nt tt-'n and
make a profit-nor can we. We are determined, however, to quickly dispose ol the limited number in stock
Vou will not be aMl to bay an electric iron AT THIS
LOW PRICE after these lew are disposed ol. $2 caah
_4 the balsnee on your electric light bill will secure
nne.
Applv 10 branch store, Granville Mansions,   or   to
..how room, i\, Csrrall itreet, Vancouver.
BC   ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY LIMITED
tyiAlVVi/i/iAi^^ THE EXPRESS. NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Ill
SUNDAY OBSERVANCE
Editor Express:
Sir,—Sumitiarizing Alex, l'liil-
ip's statement, lie asserts that
my attitude on Sunday observance has been a disappointment
and that I have usetl my position as an alderman to si.iti
that the laws and principles of
our country were wrong .mil
"should not be heeded. I
plead guilty to the charge o!
thinking that the laws ami principles ol our country in the mutter ol Sunday observance arc
wrong, but 1 do most strenuously protest against any allegation that I liave at any time
counselled or advocated that
"tlm- laws of our country should
not be heeded." Those who
know me must smile at, whilst
they pity the aberrations of one
who could make such an imputation.
During the first stages of the
controversy 1 expressed my
views on the question whether
the first or the seventh day of
the week was the Sabbath of the
Scriptures, at the same time
freely conceding that Christianity could adopt any day as its
Sabbath, even though such Sabbath might be without divine
or scriptural authority. When
there was a ri'i|itcst for a plebiscite, I slated that 1 would neither move nor second a resolution lor a plebiscite, but that I
would support such a resolution
A resolution to hold a public
meeting to consider tllc matter
of a plebiscite has been adopted
by the North Vancouver cilv
council by a vote of five to one.
A motion fixing the time and
place ol such meeting was carried unanimously. With a law
ol the peculiar nature ol the
Lord's Day act, the operation of
which is dependent on tilie will
ol the alluriiev general, anil
therefore in a state of suspension until the will of the attpr-
lu-y general shall have been expressed, tin- question ol a plebiscite on the advisability oil
tin enforcement or noti-enlorce-
ineiit of a discretionarv statute
Is a inuller of diversitv ol opinion, upon which anv cili/en call
take his stand without having
his motives impugned, his desire lo "promote the beet interests of the communit v " questioned, or running a risk of lieing prosecuted (or lese majeste.
I have never counselled, nor will
ever counsel consciously the
breaking of the law which 1
Ii.ne sworn to uphold. It is
possible that Mr. I'hilip may
uilisider it a redeeming grace
whnh will wipe out all my iniquity, it I say that in letter
and in spirit I subscribe to .Jeremiah's command: "Seek the
welfare ol the city whither I
have banished you alld pray in
its la-hall unto tiie Lord, lor iu
its welfare shall ye fare well."
My name was lirsl placer! in
lioliiiiiatioii lit a ratepayers'
meeting which I did not attend
and without my consent. My
resignation is at any time at
the disposal ol tlu* r.itc*).>ycrs'
association upon iheir request.
My record ol work in the city
council may not be agreeable to
Mr. Philip's cherished ri-Hra,bat
1 will commend to Mr. l'hilip's
tiilisiiltiatioii lhe Chinese proverb, that one should think of
his own laults the lirst part ol
tin nighl, whin In* l.s ,iMake„iliil
ol Ila l.uills ol others, the Int-
ler part ul llu- night, when lie
is aski'p,
s. d. scun/r/
DISTRICT C0TOC1L
The adjourned meeting ol the
tlistricl council was held Monday evening, Reeve McNiiuglil
presiding; there were present
Councillors Westover anil Davison.
Tenders ranging from 5650 to
Jj.1711 were received lor dealing
the pipeline road lor the tramline extension. The tender of
Messrs Thompson & Stewart
lor JlSyi was aiccplcil.
A petition from Percy King
.nnl olher owners in DL. 2nHK
was received asking that Ilus*
kins mail be graded for Its full
width, under the local improvement bylaw. The clerk to pre-
I'.itt a drall bylaw lor consideration Friday evening.
Several applications for water
services in D. L. "04, were received. Councillor Robson and
the clerk Were appointed a committee to meet the waterworks
couiniittee of Vancouver council
with respect lo procuring warn
from the city main, in Capilano,
Archibald Williams, of Vancouver, was present anil asked
the council for a road to D. L.
]by, as he intends (rib-dividing
the same, and erecting a resilience for personal occupancy,
upon a portion ol it.    Engineer
in report.
.1. R. ,1. Murray, secret,iry ol
lie board ol trade wroto,    n-
piesting the co-operation ol thc
.ouncil in the project of building a wharf suitable for car ferry and other purposes. Tin
reeve lo meet the joint commit*
Dec ami report.
■ t	
ARRANGEMENTS  FOR   1909
May 24—Public dance
July 3—Flower show-
Sept 17—Exhibition, promenade
concert in evening.
Sept. 18—Exhibition, dance   in
evening.
Oct. 13—Dance
Dec. 1—Dance
1910
Jan    —Poultry show-
Date of lectures will be published    as    arrangements    are
made.
For terms and engagement of
Hall, apply lu W. I.. Keene,
115th streei, or phone :vt.
The Lonsdale
ICE CREAM PARLOR
( mil.' ttu 11 n.  Iruil,   Iiiinui t> ani t iuais
hailtmUij Special
I Kl Sll STRAWBERRIES
ROBINSON'S
i.:i I -.l,.la* Ave
HENRYS
'Garden Tools
Spraying Material
Bee Supplies
Fruit and Ornamental
Trees
1 ■'■' I'«k* dialogue Free
JH. J. HENRY, Vincouver, B.C*
NURSERIES
COAL
COAL
NEW WELLINGTON Cosl
itirei-l frnm tlif niiiiM.
Plm-i- your onli-rii now ami
"i-cnri- your ninter'iftiipplv.
Ijirgi1 «lii|ini-ni. will nrrivi"
in » fi'H ilm-. PlioN riii-lit.
Lur*-*.   mpph  „f   WOOD
ftlHAl. Oll llllllll       ....
A. J, HOOD
..ft I.,,nntl file Aw.
KXPKKT WATCHMAKER,
JEWELLER,   BTC
Weton-a uml riiii-kn Cleaned md
Repair**-] at mudemts prices.
Ml ».,ik flMtun*!,
General Contractors
Estimati-i* tiun for riinlriirt  iii.rknf
II a|l**.,*ri|'ll*all-
('■•llnm ,ir ilrainn exi-uvali-il.
Lead eleaied.
(irininilu l,n,l nnt for lawn nr iiarilen
CONTRACT OK
DAY WOKK
EAS1MAN & CASSIDY
P.O. NllKTII VASCIII vim
l|i|iliriilinii fur liquor liMM
P.  LARSON
I luii'l North Vam nm rr
Telephone  No. 2.
NOTII'E in hereby lliien that .111 alai-K
alter  ilat,'. I   pnrpii-i*   uo(lrin| In tin-
j M.iur 11.( l.ii'i.||.inn fomuUooefl Inr a
ri'taii liquor liii-iiM* '.r tin* premieM
lt||U!-.|l     a.a  ill,*  I'llll!*,!,    \   l,*ll    lllltl'l,     .1111'
alvtl ..11 1 uli 1 and t, Hi'ik'.'. in -nl'
.liu.i I i'ijiTi-a ill   District  Lut .MM,
in,aii|i mn*,  1 an ur In-ariel.
PETE I.AR-ON.
Ilali-il nl Na.rlli \'.ii„*,nn,*r,
Mm .'ith, lllllll.
ilaiikin & Harding
DECORAJORS   PAlNTEHS
PAPERHaNGERS
GRA'NtrSS 4 MARBLER8
North Vancouver,   -   B.C.
r.al.l Store   206 Ititt.it.ilr  t.i
ilp*,a,s,i, Sl. 1,'. ftrocff* Slafe
l|i|il ml imi Inr l,i.|iinr l.ifense
l HEKI i'V (HVJ NOTICE 'inn U 1-
11,. ini,.|,iii.ii i"  ai|.|iu in rIn- llnanl  ol
Lin-limn,: 1 ..iiiiiii-.-ia.iii* 1,  (or tlie   Din-
iii.i Mniiii-i|.:i,:ii a 1 Ni nh Vaaeeeeer,
rili.li !'„ln 11. ail llnnr next repdilar
nn-»tl*l| .Uli*r il X|iinilinii "( lliirn
il.u- ir    tin* al.ik   In* iiif, fur 11 Hotel
I.i. I.-, t.i curtain pfenil-wsseselsd upon
um! nf niinii 1 nm ilie nuner, ailiiali*
in Lvnn Vu'ley ill the aaiil Dl.lrii'l
Municipality, being Lot "in' 111, in lllni'l
Illii-nn,' (*'il , Mil..liviM.,ii ul Pii-tri-M
l.,,| two llinii.nn.l ainl aialiiy-ni-ven
i'.iwJi. groapoM il, Sew WeHiniii.ler
iii-nii 1
Dii.il llii. eighth day ol May, IHtlfl.
IIAHUY HliLI.ANIi
ti iini.-  .1. Worth.
Diplock Wright
Lumber Co.
I7th Street, North Vancouver
Pkaw. In
Dintaaioti Latabar
1
BhipUp
KtiKtio
Shinglee
Luili
Kinishinp Lumber
etc , etc.
Our prices err right    Let ui
give you a figure nn your
Lumber Bill
A. FARRO
General Contractoi
i.ui,<I I'.itaring,   -lnni|i ami Rock
l.ln-iinir. Extra .an* near Iihiim-s.
.ill damage) mad* iri»«l.
K M I'l. 11 Y M KNT      AliKNCY
.in.l Wl     WaXat aaf I nn.d   I*
I'll   II,,« II
II!
NORTH VANCOUVEI
Norlh Vancoaver
Transfer ron;^rf**0"
Cartage( Remov \\ts\
I'n reel Delivery,
Storage
IIN       MKAW'NAHI.K     TRKMK
HUH;.    ISii III, H WHARF
Telephoae 70,       Ni^ht (.ills 13.
Cakes, Paairi, Conlei-tinnery
Ileal Material!
[liltfilings ami Main
iH Lonsdale Avenue
s^-TOMBsrs-ia
iiilHiss
PALACE
HOTEL
i.: on   per   and   up,
Special rates to lain-
ilu-s and to regular
ioarders	
REDA & ANDRUSS
Second Stibi i.
PROPRIETORS
•   -   NOKIII   VANCOUVER, H. C.
VANCOUVER BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN It CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
GROCERS
CHEAPS1DE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
City Auditors Wholesale and Retail
North Vancouvei  Hi Hastings St. (downstairs)
516 Peader street j Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
DENTISTS
KENDALL,  SEWELL 4 CO
Chartered Accountants tad
Auditors
Vancouver, B. C.
VlCt0na,Seattie, Wash. I6" HASTl-v       ST. WEST,
rhonciw       P.O. Drawer 765    , VANCOUVER, B. C.
1 Phone 978
I)R. tt. r. WRIGHT
DENTIST
Successor to Dr. Dslhv
ARCHITECTS
OftUOGISTS
E.STANLEY MITTON.II.I.C.A
ARCHITECT
(119 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AUCTIONEERS
A. il   BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
l6j Cordova street west
is the only auctioneer who will
pay spot cash before the sale is
conducted
BARRISTERS
RED CROSS
DRUG STORE
A .I.GORDON, UD.
53 Cordova Slreet,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Prescription Specialist
Phoae 1053
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DYEING AND CLEANING
The only place in B.C. where
work is done entirely to customer's satisfaction.
PERTH STEAM DYEING &
CLEANING WORKS. A. Inghs
Proprietor. Phone 756. Club
rates a specialty. 5(12 Seymour.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Muetc
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Hall, Cor.
Robson and  Granville Streets.
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
PROF. GEO. COWAN, Expert
teacher of Violin, Mandolin,
Banjo, Autoharp, Zither, will
give twenty private lessons
lor I7. Further information
al Cowan's up-to-date Music
Store, 60$ Westminster ave.
Phone 463
U. W. WA1TT & CO., LTD.
558 Granville Street
Pianos - Talking Machines —
Music Goods
The oldest music house in B. C.
REAL ESTATE
Keep your eye on
EAST  VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particulars apply to
MORDEN I THORNTON
Phoue 815      440 Homer Street
Yorkshire l-iiaraiitoc k
McCROSSAN & HARPER
BARRISTERS,  SOLICITOR.-,,
NOTARIES, BIX.
32-34 Imperial Block
Cor. Pender and Seymour Sts.
P.O. Drawer 1116     Phone 2444
imiul wntimUi Mtti Securities Corporation Ltd.
Loggers,   Railroad   Men,   and 440 Seymour Street
Tradesmen   lurnished   iree   to [	
Employers. RIiAI/ ESTATE
14 Powell street.      Cor.Carrall 	
Phone 2566 |UND AN*D MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
HAT *IJHK&
F. C. SAUNDERS | HARDMAN HAT WORKS
Barrister,   Solicitor,   Notary!- PRACTICAL HATTERS-
Public.     Member of the bars! 	
of British Columbia and Oue-! Hats   cleaned   and   blocked al! _____
bee.    Room 9 Empire Build- tl.e sign oi the Hat , R* Kerr Houlgate---Manager
420 ABBOT STREET
VANUICVER, B. C.
ing,   603   Hastings  st. west
Vancouver, B.C.    Phone 41 iS-h
LAUItS' HAinuRtdSlNCj
MADAM  HUMPHREYS
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, ett.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building, L   .   . ,
615 Pender Street -Scalp treatment, lacial massage
Phone 996 !   manicuring, shampooing, etc
S. D. Schultz
C. S. Arnold
BA1H5
Kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sts.
RESTAURANTS
ALLEN'S RESTAURANT
Lunch or Dinner 25c,
Short orders at all hours
57 Hastings Slreel West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
OPriCIANS
Tlic only up-to-date and reliable bath house in British Co-
lumbia-
W»  cure   where   others  fail-
Satisfaction   guaranteed or no I     u,   LAWRENCE SMITH
pay. Plain baths, electric baths,I Graduate Optician
shower baths, massage for bo-1 All work guatauteed
Hairdressing in latest styles by
competent artists.
Call and inspect the NEW LINE I   All North Vancouver   people
OF HAIR GOODS. eat at
Puds, braids and poinpadnui.-., . wi/-v*\*i 1 T>T\JC2
also the latest designs in \j l_V)l\ ArCD O
combs and barretts. V.itim Flack Block or Hast-
  ings streei, opposite   the   new
THE ALEXANDRA Post Office.      Leonard sells his
j»9 Granville St. tea by the pound.
Phone iikiii	
THEATRES
ATTEMION
Builders & Contractors
Lumber will never ba aheap-
i-r.   Oat in mi tlic ground
floor.   Huilil DOW
S|ii*i*iiiin--Uur   "im  K1I11-
il-ii.l Hoorlni mnl Inn.li
[I
M MMM IM ft Ml
Mill -l-riin Creok, B.C.
dv, scalp and lace; electro therapeutic haths a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduate ol Berlin, Germany
CAMERAPHONE   THEA'^E
I Mechanical   Opera,   Vaudeville
and Drama
Program changed every Monday
Consultation Iree      Any Seal in the house iik.
49 Hastings street west 58 Hastings Sli eel West,
Opp. Cameraphonc ilientre VANCOUVER, B. C.
BUSINE8S COtLIGES
PHOTOGRAPHERS
WATCHMAKERS
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. W.
Ct.n-.-li-. Gr..i..i WtsUrn Sehotl *OUl.
R. I. Sprott, B.A., - - Manager
MARTELS  STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHER.i
122 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
The best equipped studio on the  W00D100FE,
English   practical  watchmaker,
Established 1889
Specialty,   repairing
piTiAvs eumin
Rmn Ihf Hinhi'sl Taid MtieH
Pitman's Business College,
1S32 6H4 636 Seymour Street,
VANCOUVER, I, C
Phone 3228*
312 Cairall Street
'I-
PICTURE FRAMING
READY MAOE HOUSES
PICTURE FRAMING       the standard house
We have the largest stock   ol  BUILDING & CONTRACTING
mouldings in B.C.to select Iron. COMPANY LIMITED
so.when you want framing doai 688 Carrall Street
cheap and well get our prices   The B. C. Mills
BAILEY BROS   CO  LTD., Ihrt« and Trading Co.'s
5411 Granville aad 138 Cordova I HtMtioi Sectional Buildings. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
NEW Ali\ ERTISEMENTb
Cap Isi   i w   i Loutel
For I'n.p re Dai
Liquor . ■*'*-*•   l »n Booth
Mth M.i    M
Kiii.uit lal Sti
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II,at
Liquor it't'ii      * Hat
Can; m View Hon    ;   I irion
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LOCAL SEWS ITEMS
lus presumption in trying iiauei
ii nh i onitable Blake, whose
prowi ■ - in such pmergenclea  is
will known lm,illy, 'ilns makei
a  total  Ini   the week, thus tar,
iii six drunks, which is a record
in local poliii- uii lee,
Martinson >\; Co, are offering
im sali the southerly hall of
district lot 598, Tins property
has been subdivided Into luii
acre blocks, lt is within un
minutea walk ol the Keith road
cariine and h.is ,1 commanding
I tea ni ilu gull and Inlctjwhlle
the soil, drainage and icenic
conditions all combine to make
II mn ui the mosl deairable re-
lidenlial locations in Norih
Vancouver, This is 1 splendid
opportunity ini anyone to par-
1 base .1 homes! ti at .1 loa figure
and mi a ,im ui ms oi payment.
HO! I-D1-! HOWE SOUND
ll,,   waterworks   department „„ B    •„ D      U|V ,,   Mi..
gives nolle, thai lb. watei will Kil,/U. „,.,,„ n| v,ini,„,ver, will
i,i* u„,u tin11 in. mi uiamspro ,,;||   u   lAl ,,,.,,„„   ,„   ,,„W1.
laaiaii  o„  lutMi.ii. innn about SiimM   ,,„,   llu   s   Mmisll
seven o clock in th. morning un- sli ._„,„.,. ,-   ,,n cit„        ,,„,„
~ to* •"'", "' ",r llH' I"" loaves  Johnson's wharf,  Van-
P0* '" thanPnl "l,"1 " adJu»» couvei    .11   in ...1..., and Cites'
-i~* Pressu" v wharl North Vancouver, at io.-
1,   ( Urs. Walker   will
Ij a.in.    Returning, the  boat
Meals
TENDERS
Arc required for
have ilu sympathy ul the entin  u,n ,llllu. |u.ri. ,lt g *,,.
communit) in the --.nl bereavi   can foe had on board,
ment which thej sustained ear  	
ly this 1 l-'ii'lai 1 morning, in the|
death 01 their oldest son,   l;,,,
liioinl, at tin agt "i liiiim years
iinin Ti iilmiil level    'lhe limn
al will be liild ii"in iln E
hall, Hs|>l,in ult  west, on Sunday alternoon,
Complaints art bi ing made lo
the iluii that tin Indians Innn
the 11 sums are in the habil   1 G(will(l     dbOllt     16
stretching nets across ilu Capi- ,    _,
lam, and  thi   Seymour, .,1  .1 a.'lTS OF Idlld in DlS-
uiiiMilii.ilih   distance   up   lhe      . fr-i    ai       l.
siii.ii.is 1 practically empty   tHCt Lot 553,  North
ing the rivers oi salmon, so thai
they an worthless loi spoi la-
men.   Steps are being laken to
pill   a  stop In tin   plai iiu ,
Thin cases ul drunk and in
capable and one caw "1 drunk
and resisting an offici 1 a as th.
list which confronted Magis
irate Kealy. Thursday morning
The loiinti' were given thc usual
line and iln I*iiii r was mult lul
in twenty dollars and cosl
BOYS' WASH SUITS
Wi have just   received a magnificent   range  ol  Wash
Dresses and Httster Brown Suits at prices coming quite-   as
low as you could make them up and more prettily trimmed.
Hoys' wash blouses, dark stripes, sailor collar, eord and
braid trimming     8,sc
Boys' light and dark stripe wash suits, special  fl.lj
Bans' white drill Busier Brow 11 suits, sailor collar, prettilv
trimmed    I1.00
Hois' blue and white Galatea wash suits,extra strong,with
belt, special    S:.,to
Bins' uash linen sailor suits, extra quality, all sizes „..|],4)
See Window
J. J. MCALEECE
KEITH BLOCK I,()NSI)AI.K .WENT
PHONE 93
Under Market Value
in D. L. 273
Lots 14 and 15, Block 8, Double Corner for J1600
I-J cash
Lots 19 and 20, Block 10, Double Corner for $1450
1-3 cash.
Lola  21   and  32,  Block  12,   Fifth  Street,  J1300
1-} cash.
Lots 13 and 14, Block  [J, Double Corner,   J1500
1-3 cash
Lots 19, 20, 21 and 22, Block 11, Fifth Street I750
eaiTi, 1-3 uish.
Lots 20 and II, Block  ll, Fourth Street,   I1500
1 >3 1 ash.
These are way below market prices and will not go
beggiag very long.
S. GINTZBURGER
THE NORTH VANCOUVER .SPECIALIST
163 Cordovii Mud, Kim timer, ft. C.
I- 11. ituX M,
SEE US FOR
SASH      DOORS      MOULDINGS      BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FAUOKY, foot of St. George
W« laillcit > tri-,1 hid 1111 y. ur Urilen -mull Of lair*;,.
OG+®4^iW't)*-*<r>*WA-a *-**'* a'-t^4^4^)H<S)4^4^)4^>^i>4
CALL \NU SEE l UK NEW
ASSORTMENT OF
Vancouver.
lui particulars ,i|i*il\ lo:—
Robt.Ward&Co.
lieni't^
(or. Homer mi Hastings Slreel*
Silverware
Given
Away
SS PREMIUMS ro 1 tSH PUB HASEHS AT
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(inner lonsdale Arc and Second Stint
Phonex .'0  and Afii
FANCY AND STAPLE GROI B
Local and Foreign Fruits
Fresh and I'ase Kggs
Choice Creamery Butter llwsys on band
Lamp Goods, Glassware
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Crockeryware. Brushes.   Bruonis,  etc., ele   •'•
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Thc GENUINE North Vancouver S|)ccialists
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LONSDALE AVENUE
W1-1 -aal, 1 leered and Graded, Pritt $750.00'.  |t60eaah, balance in Hand 12 months.
flFIH STREET
Fine Loi 1111 Fifth Street near St. David's.   Price |700.  |W0, balaaoa in 8 and 18 monthi.
KEITH   ROAD
11 l,ut on Keith Road, Cleared and traded.   $1000,  $860ouh, balance ... 12 and IH monthi.
THIRD   STREET
Fine Double Corner, 100x137. $1600.  'iuarter cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 monthi.
The B.C. Electric
Railwai)
has definiteli) announced that tbe
Car Line will be extended through
Lynn Valley this
year
WE HAVE X GOOD LIST
IN THIS LOCALITY
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NOTE ADDRESS--67 and 69 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver,
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