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Volume lu
NniiTii Vanchuvkk, B.C., Mav 20, 1010
Number 11
Programme of the Civic
Memorial Service
The followin| program Ims
been imaged loi Friday, May
Jolh, undei the aitspiees of the
city and dislriet, all the nligi
mis denomination! md the fraternal   organization!    In   tbe
citv.
Joint    Civit    Memorial    Sei
vice iii Iiiinui ol om late beloved Sovereign King Edward
Vll., in tin* Horticultural Hall,
Lonsdale Ave., on Fiiilai,  Kith
Ma), t'lio, at 3 o'clock p.m.
The parade ul the children
and Friendly Soiielles will assemble at the CU) Hall ill 2
o'clock p.m.   and   form   up   as
(ollows :
Indian Hand
Indian Chiels and braves
Baden Powell Stunts
Children from Indian Sihool
Hois Ironi Chesterlield School
Children Irom l'llblic Schools
in City and District
City Hand
City and Dislriel Councils
Citv ami District Clergymen
Other Civic Bodies
Independent  Order  of Oddfellows
Knights ol l'vthias
Sons of England
i.ui al Orange Lodge
Friendly Order ol Eagles
St. Andrew's and Caledonian
Society
General l'llblic
It is earnestly desired that
our liti/ens take this opportunity ol showing respect lor our
I.ili- Kin-;.
A car will be- available at Illicit) Hall for youngt-i  children
Tin- memberi ol all the choirs
in the City and District are re-
ipiesled to meet at the Exhibition Hall on Thursday eu ning
at I o'clock to prepare in lorm
a jofnt choir for the Mt-i.ion.il
Serviie.
tt   II. MAV,
.ii.n i'i
.ISO. V. McNAUGHT
Keeve.
GOD SAVE TIIK KING
L
acrosse
Match
The lirst publii appearand ol
the Nortli vanconver lat itn tt
team will le ntmlc Saturda]
afternoon at the athletic
gronnda, when they i'ill  meet
the team ol the Sipiatind.    In
dt.ms,   tin* champion   Indian
le.i I    the    prm ill. ' Tile
North   Vancouver line up  * Mi
he as lollows :
dual   J. Campbell
l'nini    Tis.ui
Cover Poinl  Thomaa
ist Defence  D, Campl 11
md Defence  Dint
Jltl   Dl lellil       Va'l .ils
Centre   Munii.i,
ud Home- -Bullied
:ml llunie -Doyle
isl llunie   Martin nn
Outiide Home  McMillan
Inside Home—Page
Reserve   Hamilton and Hull
The ball will It l.ued oil at
3.30 O'clock and it is hoped
Uhal this Initial ellort 1 f the
local team will he large!) pat-
ronhted In ihe public, for the
encouragement of the national
game at .North Vancouver.
I-Ol-.T
LAUREATE'S   TRIBUTE
George V, King of Great Britain.   Born Juao 3rd 18ii5
Ascendod the Throne May, 1910.
Hill.DIM',    PROGRESS
The Inn,ding pel mits lor Jo
lepleseiilatlic ulies [fl die Dominion ol Canada lot lhe
iiionth (il M.iiiii this \eai show
an advance ol over $3,812,260.
These retains militate lhat tile
count r\ in general is in a swirl
ol increasing .utilities ami thai
operation! in all mi low arc
being carried "ii on a itupen-
dons stale, lioth in poinl of investment and ill lhe volume ( '
inula undertaken,
A NEW G. N. R  PERRY
Edward VII, King of Great Britain, 1S01-1P10.  Bmn N (-Timber !tli. ?41;
Died May 6th, 1910.
PICNIC
NO CHANGE IN STAMPS
The   post    ollue   dcpnttlllill'
will   make   no  change   in    tli
stamps   in lonseipienn-   ot    tin-
King's death lot six months or
so i el The supply oil haiiil .it
presenl is sullineiit lo last till
neat the elld ol lhe tear ami
Ule.inn lule a um design will be
prepared willl the head of King
George on the slump  instead ol
King Edward,
SALMON INDUS!RV
That the salmon industry in
Hritish Columbia is growing to
one ol vast proportion is evident irom tlu* preparation that
are being made in every lishing dislritl ol ihe pr niim lot
the season's catch. Fifty six
s.illinili tanneries will be operated on the Hritish Colombia
mast lliis season and the packers have made preparations for
a Catch ol between 500,onu and
600,000 cases ol lish.     Of   the
pi.mis iii  loiiiiiiissioii   nearly
"lie hall will be on the   Fraser
1 nu-, arraagementi now  heing
made lot the running nf no less
than twenty Iwn tannines on
that stream Of the remaining
tanneries Worked the mtjofit)
will he on the Skeena nvel at
Rivers lnhl and the Naas, with
a scattering few at outlying
point!. Canneri expect nuw
curtailment in the catch of fish
on the Skein.i owing to the lim-
Itation .ai lulling 1 oati in the
provincial government The
boat rating is not expected to
greatl) aflei 1 thi 1 itch at othei
points.
The Great Northern Rv. Co.
is preparing to handle lhe increased business between New
Westminster and Vancouver Island. At present the coinpanv
has one ferrv, the Sidney, which
eatries six or eight cars. The
new (erry which will bc added
to this service will he consider-
.ihlv larger and will carry from
nine to twelve cars. The in
creased sen ice is necessitated
by the growth in business Iietween New Westminster all 1
the island, the lumber ship
nieiits from Vancouver iiland
to llu* prairie provinces ha ing
increased largely ol late. The
G.N R. ferrv slip at New Westminster is being improved in ot
der that the new service may
be accommodated without
nailing for the tide.
PRACTICE HATCH
The Voung People1! Society
nl Si. Andrew's church .md
their Iriends are arr„nging (or
a picnic to be lit hi on the :4th
i.l Mav al the home nl Councillor I,aw sou, Wesi Capilano.
The picniekits will 1 aie 1 n iln
ttisl   Vancouver   (citv which
leaves lhe lira w ll.l tt al lhe
Vancouver side of the lnhl at
io o'clock on Tin- dav morning
and will be landed al Holly-
barn wharl al out It o'eloik.
lli.     "rounds     and    leiritori
in the vicinity ol Cona,  Law
sun s place pise'it an uhal hi
cation for a day's mil ng and
partii ul irly so ior 1 church pi. -
nic, t's a ' r at d al 11 the land
is tie ire I a- d will allord an ex*
eellen' opportunity lor games
nl aiil kin's.  Everybody is w l-
coine to attend
DELEGATE   RFTI'RNS
W. Cumming*, one of  North
The practice game nl lacrone
nhn h Kline nil last evening between    lln*   Nm lh    Vancouver     ^	
11-.1 in and tin* Sipiainish Indian Vancouver's  di legate!   to    th
team, reunited in a liitnri lor j Methodist   convention  al   Nil
the latter in a icore of 5 10 3. wn, returned lust evtning,   ll
Tin   ; aim* was  last  and clone!' expressed his delight at  till- en
contested throughout,  The  .
cal  boyi  showed  greatly  im
prmeil   lium   ami Here al   nm
joyal le trip    ivi. it. II    Raj
deratone,  tt lm has been trans
jferred io anothir circuit 11 ibi
FIRI-; NORTII LONSDALE
Mr. G. K. Hrown, assistant
engineer in the District ol
foKh    lam "in er    alld    Koad
foreman Hell were the timely
preservers r[ the house of Chas.
Musso 1, Nnilli I,( nsdule Ave.
oil   Wedllisdav about  11    a in..
when the tool "f the bonne
caught lire inppoaed tn he from
a Iluii}; einl'ir The Ilaims
and smoke were noticed hmi
in the nick ol lime lor had tlm
got but a liw minutes more
slart nothing could hav. .nnl
the building fiom almost total
destruction When the MBOke
was hist noticed il was mm
ing out iiuiiii*. h the shingbs
l.adda is wele  prm tired alld  the
two iiieii icminblrd np and inin the ;ittit   Already a pile of
old ilnlhes and other odds and
ends wen* beginning tn be ignited and the timely scattering
f these was probably thi
means nl saving a conflagra
lion.
Correspondence
THF   INDIAN   RESKRl
QUESTION
time   in   lhe lead   In   lln.*    to itutioniug 11 nitlcc, , 11 *..,.
"'le* led  bail  "ll  Sl Ild  \.
The Dead King
l.oNDON, May 18.—Kipling   has in  ihis tnorning'i
Slandard a poem entitled "The Dead King," the argu
ment ol whieh is rammed up in the line "Oi r Km-; asks
nothing ol any man ttton than  nur  King hitiisell  has
iliuie."
We accepted his toil as our right, none iparcd, n ne in
cllsed him
When he uns lowed by his burden his rest was nfused
Imu
We troubled his age with onr weakneii, the blackei cur
shame,
When In- heard  that hii people   had  need  ol  him,
str.iiKlilw.il he (i	
To  us.     As  he  I'teiinl    o  he  gave  nothing   ;iul
nl, naught iiiiiiiiig,
Nnt even to the lust gaip oi his death when he slum*
for ui, Aylng.
For our sakes without qutatioa   he* put from   him a'l
thai he cherished.
Simply as anv other si riant he served and he p-ris' nl
All thnl Kings' covet wn his, and he Hung ll aside foi
us.
Simply us am thai died in his serviie, be died lor us
The poet in an envoi bids him I
"Wlm in the realm today has   iln   choice   oj   an   easy
mad or hard to tread
And wonld sell his soul to remain in the sun to depart
nor look on our dead .'"
The Bongheen Keaervi ttOm
tion is interesting ihe dUaoH
"I the Capital in no small de
glee The mllti'Miim ill smi,,*
miles is lhat   11   is Inside   tin
qucatioa   in   think   ..1   otating
lln   Indians  Without   leniiinna
11 "II  ajlcl   lllal,    ,,, u.,,,s    n|,1
llirhed    piisstssioli     ll   ts   ila)
ci thai 11111 tears ago ih,* i„
duns were Hilling to sell ,il|i
then possessions lor Miki,i«...
Now it turns mil thai tli. \ will
gel f.500,000 in ihe proem "i
lubdlvidlng, auctioning iln- h.is
•ind paying them the proceed*,
The proposed plan ol utile
mint is as lollowi That llic
whole "I lhe reserve aboil 'in
.tires in all he subdivided into
loti and snld provision being
made lor ail necessarv stieels-
ll current market prices ; fifty
per tint   of   the   proeeeds tn he
handed mer forthwith in ihe
memberi ni th,. Songhan mi"
■md hill   per cent  In It- held Iti
imsi by the Dominion govern
Uienl  Inr lh,   hens and sim.ss
on ni the mi,,.,   it js Ktimai
cl lhat the amount whnh
WOUld be leall/.ed (mill Sllill
s.ile Would be at leasl JjOO.OOO,
figuring that the 90 acres would
-nbdivide int., 540 lots, and al
lowing forty lois i.,r the arm
which   would   be loiKumed   in
laying nut tin* Herniary itreeti
and lanes.
( North Vancouver,
May 17th, 1910
Editor Express :
Dear Sir,—I notice in mm
issue of ihis dale thai Miss
Heard has, unfortunately, been
obliged lo resign the position
In whiih she Was elected as a
result of the recent May Queen
Contest.
This will, presumable m-ussi
tale a new election and 1 tfuture to suggest that this 1 mult should he left eUllleli lo the
children  themselves to chooae
their (Jinen.
II ballot l-oxes could In- placed ill each room of even school
in North Valiiouver utty atul
diatrict 1 and e.uh pupil allowed olle vote, we should .nllii
ii sa.nn thing minii nearer Untrue choice of those interested
lhan is possilde except by llic
unrest accident, under lhe sis
tiin  of plural voting and  pur-
ihaslllg   ballot   lollpolls,   which
prevailed  in the   Express  cun
test.
Tins is peculiar!)  ami am
pliatuallt a ilnldrt-n's ulcbr.i
tion and mighl study he kept
free from tiie bast I,nil I ol
loiiiiiituialisiii.
1 ain imi aiguiiig th.it Miss
Heard ami lhe ulli. 1 1 undulates
uere uot (oireilly pi,ned as
leg.lids their U-Sapeillii pop!
l.n it v, |H*thaps ihn nue, bul
«e have no means nl kumi in^
it  and   1 eit,only   11 taimott be
l.n I thai (Very  .lllld Il.i    .1
equal voice in the unit In, as
should lie the case.
I haie no interest jn the mul
ler, beyond a feeling which I hi
lieie is shared by ven 111.m
in North Vancouver, that th.
one * * li I*iation and  everything
nnu ud with it ought  to  be
Whal  ilarkiiiss deep .is wintry
gloom
O'cishadous joyoui Spi ing ;
In   vain   the   vernal    orchards
bloom,
Y.illllv  the Wi ndlands sing.
Round Rnval shroud,
A mournful crowd,
Is all now lelt nl one
Hut lesterdav a King
Thrones have there heen of baleful fame
Reared upmi wanton war,
Ile we have lnsi siill linked his
name
With peine at hnliu, afar.
Fm ponce he nought, Ins constant thought
Being how to shield his realm
Againsl strife's haleitil slar.
I So let M now all seek to rent
From lateflll feuds release,
And,  mindful  ol  lus  wise   be-
i|llest,
Frmu faction ilauiors tease.
Treading Ihe path he trod,
The sai red truth nf God ;
The path that pmnts and leads
To patrintii peace.
CHIEF MATHIAS TO SPEAK
Chief Mathias nf the   Hritish
Columbia Indians will speak al
the memorial  service lo  His
l,,iti   Majestl   tn he held  ill  the
llnrtiiultur.il llall tomorrow
aflerilnoii. The Chief will have
tt ith him tin members of the
Squamiaa tribe "f Indians and
thev will be accompanied hi
the   Si|ii.imisli   Miwion  Hand
The Chiel will speak alter his
nther two chiefs.
BUSINESS LOCALS
.luck Loutet and N. Lou.sdiilc-
kepi i'ini and free from the all
pervading loiiniicn lalism m th.
piesiut day and the nearer wi
1 an 1 nine lo maintaining 11 e
"hi fashioned childiahacM ol tin*
"Children's Day" the belter
Therefore, without in am
ua implying the motives
iihtaii prompted the incept I m
"i 'li* latl contest and witbuitl
[|instmning the absolui lan
iuss ..I the award, I bag 1" te
peal   im  Miggeslion   thai   ilu*
a lei Hnll    "I   Ihe    (Mu i-l)    ill    lhe
Children should he h,h hv 19
children and that ...er - child
should have  one voir and  one
only. Yours tnilv,
W. L HOl'LT.
I'ildei Murray Co. lue liisuiaute
FLORISTS Simpson and
Wight, thc local lluiists, have
opened a Mower siuie in Al
hiiisnu and Jones parlor*,
Lonsdale Ave., while ewy-
ihnig in the cat lluwa Ult,
plants, seeds, tli., t.,n be
had. _
FOR SALE-Large Cherry
Wood lolding bed, large Mir-
,11st S;.s, will sell lor S.'.s. Appli Air. Humphreys, tor. Chesterlield and null streets. 11
Tin  assignee ol the   Van
Electric Company is calling for
tenden  lor  the stoik,   plain,
eli., ol the business a.s a going
a,un nn at a rate on the dollar. The Imsiness olieis an cx-
1. Hmi opportunity (or a pt.u
inal man and is uill worth lhe
alellll ilivestigjll.n nl all clec-
1 in latl who wishes to eslahlish
himself in business 11
ICK KOI SALK  The  North
Vancouvei   Hsh  Market,    1- it st
st  Wesi is prepared to deliver
iie iii any quantity. 11 THE EXPRESS, NORTII VANCOUVER, B. C
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DIAMONDS
As an investment, diamonds are a sine profit
i ,11 iiei.
Inside the lasl   leu  iciis diallimid  i.ilues have
doubled, There is never nny fluctuation In thc
market, but an advance is alwayi certain.
Since June ol last vear, when values rose five
per unt . THERE HAS BEEN No ADVANCE IN
PRICES. It is, however, probable thai another
rise will take place illis summer.
There arrived In our stoic this mck THE LARGEST SHIPMENT OF DIAMONDS THAT HAS
VET ENTERED THE PROVINCE OF HRITISH
coi.l MB1A, IND Wl- CAN SAY, WITHOUT
KEAH oi- DENIAL, WE HAVE THF LARGEST
STOCK 01* POSITIVELY MRST Ol'ALITV D1A
MONDS IN i \N.\DA WEST OF TORONTO.
Whi CANNOT BE OUTCLASSED OR I'NDI-'.R
SOLD \nd we HAVE IN OCR EMPLOY THE
BEST DESIGNERS OF JEWELRY AND Till-:
MOST EXPERT DIAMOND SETTERS IN THK
PROVINCE
Satisfaction guaranteed,
| HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD.
j Diamond Merchants
_\ ' '•"'•l;- JJwej • Cor. Hastings & Granville
_a MiMuing Director
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PLAIN FACTS
FOB THE
HOUSEHOLDER
Nam is tin* time to think ol fixing up
an. ol youri. WECAN HELP
VOU Will! SUGGESTIONS, We
in pi.I* in il Furnitui i ind Carpet
Men, ind know how ■ home should
|. imnied. JUST RECEIVED A
Biq Shipment ol Irnn and Brass Bedstead*., Children's tots, etc. Hen in
a lew pini ■-
Full Slaed Imu BedltMdl,
f:-. *-.. >. f I -J*'., *.S mi. »-r. *■.'".
nml apt* no.oo
W'-'ini Wire s|.rui|;   ti •'■"
  (-'A *'xi
  ts UO
' illemvltlMI
Boil "R-HtUiw-j" '.l.iitri*-- IIIM
i:.*-nn*.r.*' Mittrem  t I.M
A eery comfortable MitttM,
unpond nf hair mnl tell $IA,UQ
|3aVI
.■aiiiiiai.-.-al nf hair am
t'..lt..n Top Miitir.'*.-
I'ullaiii la,|. iii*I Botl Mill-
Meat, irl Tick
H i i
128 Lonsdale 4ve.
ALEXANDER SM\ i H 6- CO.
NORTH   VANCOIVIR
LONSDALE AVENUE ESPLANADE
FIRST STREEI BOULEVARD
ANH D. L   163
Wi* have exclusiir ule ol the beat propertiet m the
ahove.    Call and ini|iiire.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
II  Lonsdale Avenue
Phonea—Officii*      House 22      P.O. Boi 60
LYNN VALLEY
On Ml] 14th the CARS WILL BE RUNNING om
mir inu suiidivision, which ii located in tin hearl ul
1.inn Valli 1.
Intending investors interested in Lynn Ville) propertj
■hould iccept the ibovi innouncemenl as .1 tip thai
pricei will tiki in upward movement 11 won as tin
;l|l' 1    IS t'llll' al a'11
Wi   hive .ilsn a  i' mirkiUe line  mbdivii
l\Msn-IHIRI)SII»lll, !■    1 lOUth,   11 iiii exteniioa "t
tin Grand Boulevard, which wi in oflet      ion 11
reaionibli pi
CAMPBELL & EVENSON
9 Lonsdale Avenue
Phone 155.
Fresh and
Salt Fish
P. BURNS & CO. has installed a Fish
department, seperate from their (Meal department, and are prepared to fill all orders
for Fresh and Salt hsh promptly.
Phone 11
LONSDALE AVE. near FIRST ST.
CANADA'S  STOCK  OF Cl-'.R-
I.AI.S AND CATTLE
The census and sl alist.it s
monthly give lhe lollowing tig
ures :
At the end "i March the qaan
litv ol wheal 111 tunnel's' hantls
in the niinii' ol Canada ivas a
houi hS.js per nut* ol the crop
ol last vear.   This is 30,484,0011
oul   of 166,744,1x10 luishels,   as
compared with  20.23 per cm
"i .'-\717i""° bmheli out ol thi
harvest   oi   H-M.M,"""   bttlhels
,„ |,„.s    Ol ".its there ivas |0,
„; pel  mn or  141,409,000 ont
ol   15^,466,000   bushels,   as    a
i-aiml   1 a'-' per cent, or 109,*
jjj,nno out nl :.sii,.i77,"(i" "ush
tK last year, Oi barley there
11 as -''I Kl per cent or lt),.sl7i"1111
OUt ill .-..so'!*,'""1 I.uslu-ls, as .1
gainil (3 56 per cenl or 15,(93,-
Don nut nl (6,762,000 bushels
last year, Dl buckwheat then
it,is 1,835,000 out ol 7,806,000
husluls, being 13.50 per wm, ai
againil 29.03 per cent or :,ojK,-
,„,i, luishels out ol 7,l,s,l,(«»l
hushell lust vear. 01 corn,
which was nearly all produced
in Ontario, there m.is on (arms
al the end ol March 3,604,000
hushels out oi ■ total crop  ol
19,258,000 bushels.   01 po'aloes
(here ttas |.l,.'Su,"i'n mil "I 99.
087,200   bushels   01 (3.68   pel
cent, as againit 14.10 per cent
or 32,543,000 bushels out ol a
Crop ol 73,790,000 bushels lasl
uar 01 tut nips and olhi-r
runts there was 15.93 per «nt,
being 17,166,000 out of 107,734.*
600 bushels, as againit w.ts
per cent or 39,671,000 bushels
out iif 101,348,000 bushels lasl
yeai ot hav ami clover there
tias 23.51 per cent, being 2,793,-
000 mil i.l 11,877,100   Ions,   ns
againit 34.51 per nnt or 3,953,
noo tons out of 11,450,000 tons
01 the crop of [908,
II is estimated that 95.87 pel
cent ol the wheat crop ol the
Dominion in 1909, equivalent to
lj-9,868,000 bushels, was ol mil
ciiaiitable quality ; of oats tjo.-
86 per cent, bong 331,190,000
buaheli; ol barley 93.87 per
cent, being 51,149,ooo bushels;
ol rye B9.98 per cent, being i,*
543,000  bushels; oi buckwheat
,; i- per cent, bring 6,825, 1
bushels ; ol corn 81.04 per cent,
being 15,606,000 bushels ; ol po
laloes 79.86 per cent, bring 79,
1 |o,(Hio bushels j of turnips 86
17    per   cillt,    being   a2,a\\,i"'a
bushels oi ilu total yield, Three
ol the 1 t"ps were over 90 nt
cent  in   quality,  lour ranged
(rolll 80 l.i "", alld "Illv "in "as
iiiiiler Bo per cent,
III the provinces "I Manitoba,
Sask,iiih.w.m   and Alberta lllc
quantity ol wheat on lartus al
Uarch )i wai 1 s**-- > per nnt,
bring 26,682, ' husluls out  nl
a   total  product   ol   I |;,|S
bushels,  as  againit 17,391,000
or 18.93 l"1' u'iit out oi 'i'
000 bushels last  teal.     01 "aits
there was 15.11 per cent, being
84,354,000   out   of  185,439
bushels, as against ||,|.'v""
or 15.93 per celll out ol i»f>,7 IH, -
i.i" bushels last leal. Ol haiTcv
there lias 37.68 per cent, I ill;
|O,8l8,OO0 illlt of 31,J58,ooo t.us-
slnls as againit   7,723,(  or
u 68 per cent ont ol 23,938,i   11
liiishels last year,
The report ol the dcpal tliu In
iii Trade and Commerce ihowi
that there had been ilispecti.l .it
Winnipeg and points mst loi
tin- seven inontlu ending Manh
ii,  69,511  can or 71,031,410
bushels nl wheal, [3,154 mis of
23,093,600 bushels of oats, anil
-,||8   Can 111   ;.7 |l,l>oo bushels
oi ballet. Ai ilu satin date
lasi year the Bgurea wen- 61,09!
can "i 64,153,900 buaheli ol
wheat, 9,153 can or 16,473,600
bushels ol oais, .md 1,576 can
or 1,"'ll,.'"o biishils ol ballet.
01  iin* total production   ol
wheal ill the Ni.ilhiiest provinces last year 96 |S per cent
11 as merchantable, oi oats 95.11
per cent, alld of ballev Us. 11 per
cettl.  Manitoba shims thi   hiejl
isi  percentage of merchantable
11he.it, 11,its aftd barlei, Inin-;
■ i.s St lor wheat, 97.59 l"f ".its
,,nd 98.13 for barley. In Ontario there was at the end ol
March     Ja.017,000    bushels    of
wheat as againit 1,350,000 bushels last year, of oats \","t*>
a.im as against 44,715,000 bushels, of barley 1,930,000 as a-
gainit 7,144,000 bushels, nl po-
tatoei 13,324,000 us againit
|o,o26,0O0 bushels, ol linnips
alld   other   roots  I 1,658,    as
againit 33,757,000 buiheli in
1909,    In (Jui-l-ci at iln   same
al.ile ihere was (,n hand "I "ils
11 677,000 as againit 11,	
bushels in ni"1), "I potatoei 11,«
671,000   as   against   7,1
bushels,  ol  turnips and  other
roots,   2,161,000 as ngainsl *.,-
673,000 bushels last  yeai In
tin   Maritime provinces  then
/ We have a good list in 265.   A House and Lot on
17th for $2000.    Good Buys in 273 and 274.
A Good Lot on 4th Street for $3100.
BI55ELL, BROWN & SNYDER
64 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
MAIN  Oil Itt:—264 Hastings St. t,,  near Impress  theatre
ivas on hand ol oats 5,7X8,000
as agaiUt 6,089,000 bushels lasl
yeai, of potatoes 10,970,000 a,
againat   12,488.000 buaheli,  oil
1111 nips and olher loots 2,»37,  '
000 as againit 3,673,000 bushels
in lyot).
The Bgnrei lor 1909 are [01
the beginning ol March, win,1
ihose lor this uar are loi tin
end of the same month.
The percentage of the prod
mis of the 1,11111 in 1910 wh ch
was ol merchantable quality
tanks high lor all the crops 111
nil the provinces, the onlv e\
npiiiin being potatoes in tlu
Maritime provinces, where cor-
respondents report heavy losses
to this crop through rotting,
The condition ol live stm a, iu
tin- Dominion at lhe end oi
March was unilonuly high i"t
all classes ol farm animal 1, 11
ni}; 93.98 lor horses, 9]. |j   [ol
linlili mils, S.. \„ I ih, 1  1 ,1
lie,   9I.43   lor sheep and 92.77
lor swi-iie. In mmi the couth
iion ol horses was 81.40, oi
aiilth cows 7S.70, of other 1 al
lie 73.79, ol sheep 78.33 and "I
swine 71.34.   The high si..ml
aid condition ol llic stoik is ,,l
irihnicd bv correspondent! t"
the mildness ol lhe tiinlcr nnd
In   lhe  verv genet al abiniilaiic,
01 coarse grah)l and roots. Tin
standard    (or    a    health]!   .ind
thrifty  condition "i Inrui  am
mala is too.
Correspondents report an c.ii-
It opening of sprin-; in all pai is
ol Canada, and ill U.iuitohn,
Saskatchewan .md Alberta as
tu II as iii ilu* counties *,i Ontario along l.akc Erie and Lake
unt,nio about one lull ol tin
<ccding was linishcd at the end
ni March. A verv favorable a<
count ol the condition ol   (all
wheat  is given f"'  Ontario   at
the snme period, but in Alberta
he ilops sllllered  to suine   IX
'mt Itoiti drouth at tin* needing
a,isi ni   and   later from   winti
exposure.
North Vancouver Piano Co.
and School of Music
l'lione 11.1
4.1 j Lonidale Avi nn
ItSSONS l.IMN ON IHL 101 LOWING INSIHl MINIS:
PIANOFORTE   Teachui, Mrs. Burmnter, A li A. M  and
Mis. W,  Waul
SINGING—Teicher, Mr. P. l-.dninnds.
VIOLIN, VIOLINCELLO, CORNET, l-'l'LTK, II AN DO-
1.IN, ETC.   Teacher, Mr. L Divio, L V. B. M.
Terms
Pianoforte: Elementary, 12 lessons I6.00; Advanced, n*oo
Violin,etc: Elementary, 11 hmoni I6.00; Advanced, fy.oo
Singing, 1 lesson $2.50
PALACE
HOTEL
KaIIs :
Si.im |iT and up.
Special 1 an • 10 families and lo regular
hoarders	
REDA&ANLRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Sn nst" Stiict,
NORTH   VANCOUVER, H. C.
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Board ol
Trade meets the third Tuesday
ol each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday of each month. W. J.
Irwin, president; .1. tt. Farmer,
secretary.
E. PALMER
SIONI ANU BRICK
CONTRACTOR
1 ian i uu Ki.tikiv is
Phone 170
P.O Box 166
North Vancoaver
Woodgard
W, supply ST0VEW00D any
length required $2.75. per load.
Prompt delivery.
Phono 190 P.O. Box 136
A Modern Range at a Modest Price
THE "CHANCELLOR"
It IS 111,1.1' 1111 llie must ll|l-to-
al.it.' plans iiiiii special lea-
Inn   paiiils. one ol iiiui li  is
DIVIDED  ii.n-: STRIP
which until, s bahiag 1 teal
pi. ume
This feature pri v. nts tin
pn-Mlulm nl the Pack of
lhe    nun    I" UIU    llotlel
thnn in .iu-i  iln-  door,
llllllll   Is   lln   case   llitll
mosi ranges.
I.. I  ns slum   ton  tins  lillle
wrinklr.    ll  don't  cost  -.mi
.1111   iiinie   in   cash,  hut   is
noitli mnili in re-nils.
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
Phone 58.
133 Lonsdale Avenue.
I ANN    VA1.LKY
Lot 5, Hlock 54, D. I., aoa*, So (eel on cariine, ('I icre)
I'riee $i.on, $300 cash, halancc one year.
Luis n and .15, Hlock 14, D.L, nty Price $300 each, $50
cash each, and $10 per month.
CITY
Lm 4, Block I*';. I'L -'74    rue $5,000. MiOaa cmhi
balance 6, 11 .uid is moiiilis.
MAY &BLRN5~
Rial hst.it. .md linim ial Agents
NORTII VANCOUVER
Fronting on    ■
i    "The Boulevard Extension'
Chesterfield Avenue
Mahon Avenue
J^nes Avenue and
Adjacent Streets
| Subdivision of Blocks 203A, 213, 213A, 204, 204A, 226A J
240 and 241, in District Lots 544 and 545
For Plans, Price Luls and Particulars, apply
MAHON, McFARLAND £» PROCTER, LTD.
t   Insurance Money to Loan THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
North Vancouver Yacht Club's First Annual
Distance Motor Boat Race
Long
Tin* North Vancouver Vachl
Club's lirsl annual loti}; distance nioior boat ran- lor the
Catea' Cup will be held on Saturday, June 4th, This raci
is lot a handsome silver cup
presented In Capt. C. 11. Cates
of North Vancouver, for annual
competition, According to
llu- deed ol gift this trophy is
niven to promote the designing
and building ol ivlioli (it:i'a*
types ol motor cruising boats
and lor the developing ol wit-
abli Canadian representatives
lor the International long distance lace. The race will stall
from oil the club'i boal  houie
■ ll I" a.m. and the course uill
he up lhe North Ann lo Cok-
IT Island, around lhc Island,
returning to North Vancouvei
thenee returning up ihe N'orih
Ann ami rounding Racoon   Is
Measurementi will he made
by the K.V.V.C Ollicial Measurer, who will issue a certificate
ol  measurement.   No unrated
boat uill be allowed   to   start,
and ample lime must be allow
ed for such measurement which
will require to In- made in itil,
water ami also under power.
Aleasurettielils   of lhe Ollicial
Measurer ol the P.I.PJ.A, will
be accepted ii accompanied with
,i properly attested declaration, thai no alteration  have
been carried out thai would in
any way change such measuic
inciii.
Boat! must report for liual
inspection before ii p.m. on daj
previous to slart.
All entries will be subject  tii
acceptance by ihe Committee,
and must be accompanied hy a
Ice ol Sin which will cover
LICENSE commission
MEETING
•:i,s
ol   License Com
at    iheir     special
Tuesday afternoon
ior lhe  purpose
lhi
Iniul,  oll Deep Cove ami return mst ol measurement.
io North Vancouver. All marks Boati belonging to number*
t" staibiialil. o!  the N.V.V.C.  will he *i'!i"ll
The 1011011111);  lilies will   j;iii ted lice,
iin  tll.■ i.m- and must be   ton, The   loliilitiUee   reserves    ill,
ph..
willi
north VANCOUVER
VACIIfl'   CLUB-LONG   Dis
TANCE RACE
ENTRY   Race to be open to
motor cruiiing yachti ol  nol
less than IJ It. our all, and bc
longing to members o| anv   li
cognized Canadian Yacht Club.
RESTRICTIONS -A   cruiiing
i.uin shall be a \,i<In conforming to lhe definition "I the I'a
cine Internationa] Power  Boal
Assoii,itlnii, wilh llic exception
thai    boals   ol less than   Is    It
will not be required to hau in
eii an iiii,liinilatlolis lor Iiimi
I llall  two persons.
RATING    All   boats   shall     be
measured according to the rulea
ol llu said I' I. I1. It. Assi'U.i
lion, .MI'I lan will be i iilldlli I
ed ill  all  lespeits ill aiiuldali. e
wilh these rules.
righl to reject any ciurv,  ami
lo return entry (ee (or sunn-
TIME  AI.I.OWAN'Cl-:  will  be
allowed according to ilu- si tic
adopted by lhe l'acilic I I'll A
and awards will be made in ac-
i ordanci with same.
TROPHY   Yacht trinning i.m
will lu* awarded Capt.  t,   11
tales' Cup to hold for one vim
iii accordance wiih deed ol gilt
The Cup will become the ibao
lule    propertv ol   anv    owner
winning it three times.
Bitty lormi may be had irom
lhe sti itl.ii \ ol tllc North Van
COUVer   V.uht   Club ; iron,   the
secretary oi tin* Royal Vancou
ur Yaiht Club or from the pi.
lidenl of the Pacific Interna
tii.n.,I Power Ho.it Assiiiiaiioii
All    cutties   must   be    i'il    the
haii,Is  ol   ,i.   B. Paine,   li--ti
secret,ill  nl the N    V    V. C. llo',
lain iii.hi noon mi Saturday,
jHih May.
.
The Boan
miaiioneri
incclin; lnl'1
iu lhe city h
oi investigating a case of excessive drinking by a man named Atkimon, width case was recommended by the police com
miisioneri to he worthy of ta*
veitigition,   lound   thai    "in
view of the evidence before   the
commission thul Mr. 1'. Larson
be exonerated from all blame."
The case j-rcw oul ol a report
lubmitted by Chief Davies that
Atkinson was in a very bad
state owing lo excessive drinking ami li.,il I" be liinoied In
the hospital where lim attendants had In be ill tolistallt
watch over the sick man.
Mr, l.aiisaiii explained that tht
malt was a habitual boanlii
and also occupied the "back
room'' in question, where he
was taken ill, for a considerable period, mi iii'; in his inability   lo   nil any   sleep   on   lhe
Caies wharl where he was employed as watchman during
lhe time lhat lhe plant   oi tin
Northern Ught, Heat and Power Co. was in itoragc there.
11 was further explained thai
,\lr. Atkinson was in a bad tut-
vous stale owillj; lo habitual
drinking for many years past
and his breakdown at lliis lime
was due to thai. Mr. Larson
conld not see how he could hau
acted otherwin than to notif]
the authorities when he became
aw are of lhe man's serious con
ditioii.
The Chief of Police on the
olher hand did not consider it a
Cue (or lhe police dep.irliiu-at
and ll allied to klloW i( lhe po
lice Here sii|i|iuscil lo care lot
every case o( sickness of a similar nature reported in lhe city,
There uas uo teatiinoay Mb
milled and in view of this the
commissioners considered lhat
from evidence at hand that no
Irregularity had bun made   on
i. l..iis,iii's part. Air I.at
sou claimed he had done his
very lust lor the man iu the
presenl instance and ever since
lie arrived in the cilv, hence
the foregoing resolution which
brought  lhe enquiry   to a close.
Aid. Scluill/ moved in con-
neciioii with reports of habitual drunkards in the iit\  being
Hot unit a lillisaiite lo the pub
lit, bill besides neglecting Iheir
families where thli had mi
"thai   lhe hulel keepers be   re-
quested -not to supply any habitual, confirmed   or notorious
di uuk.ud with uhiskv and lurtlier that the hotel keepers In*
requested to inform uie I hie!
ol Police ol anv smh eases so
that llieir natives might 11
brought betore lhe uiliilinssi.il:
ers." His Worship the Mayor
presided and all  the cotnmis
sinners Were present.
DANGEROUS   PRACTICES
Some teli dangerou   prat
ticca an- being carried on bj
some persons in tin* cily, apparently   the  work ol boyi  "t
possible the aits ol "Town Up.
I.ast Mondav evening MotuT*
man Kenshaw on lhe l.oiisil.il.
Ave. run, ran on lo an obatnh
lion in the shape of some largi
stones  and   planking lying   on
the tiack Hen the loi.iti ol
lllll slice! and again rn iwo
or three plans la-twerl! tlilt
and Kith itltK It Ik-i.inn
known that this same thing
had occurred befon and th.it no
trace whatever ol the perptirn
Ims i,,u|,I  be  lound      lhe   sei
oinl occurrence in mch .,
tematii   ind   persistent   man
mr      led     the    ollicials      to
think      unite      seriously       o'
the   i.is.    and   the   ctrclllllsl ,nl
ics were communicated t"
police nh" nnilli*,ll,illll   held all
Investigation   without   reuuli
so lar The (ait that Hi a
lu,it i aiul numerous obstru.
linns were placed on the ir.uk
between trips would seem thai
ihere was a premeditated atul
determined object III lllllll lhi  a.
lions and possiblv concocted b)
older   heads   than al  ln-l   I a
thought ol   Tin danger ol smh
a sthenic and cspcu.ilh oil
I.ousdale Ave. where the ll.illi
is hen list and the gradl I teep
est naturally puts a serious sid,
I,i lhe queition and soinelhin
lhat    will   beat   minute   illiesll
gation in the public lateral
King Edward VII.    The meet
Ing   lasted   less than live miu
utis during which time  Alder-
main Schultz spoke a lew words
in tt .peel of his late Majesli in
moving tin- motion to adjourn,
T. S, Nu* seconded. OWUW to
the meeting in the city hail ol
the lili/elis, religiOUl delitillliu-
.lions and Uie fraternal organ
i/aUniis (or lhe purpose of ar-
raiiuinjr for a joint memorial
■seriite to be held in lhe Horticultural Hall on Friday afternoon, May 2oth, lhe members
ol tin- Hoard of Trade heUI their
meeting in the ollice of May &
Burns, President Irwin occupied
lhe chair.
All. A. .1. Tyson, a member
oi the late lirm of Dodds and
Tyson, ■■tours, who uniil recently ouupied the l'Tat Iron
blink al the junction ol Nth
slreel and Lonsdale, and lamily left lodav lor Calgary where
thev will be domiciled lor the
present. Air. Tyson, during his
comparatively; short reiidence
in this city became well and favorably known bolh in business
and social circles. Al lllc pu-
■ent time tin- grenteat loss will
be lelt in the North Vancouver
lacrosse ilub in which he WU a
verv active member ulli! a
strong player on the team.
A All'SlCAL FESTIVAL
Hy desire of the Joint Civic
Coinmittn a public mating ot
cili-ciis of the City and Dislriel
will be held in the eity hall   on
Wedneaday, ihe 15th mat., at >s
o'clock p.m. to consider a proposal lo hold a musical festival
iu lhc utv in August nexl. l'i: 11
funiculars will lie put before
ihe nieiiili-; and it is most desirable that all who are inlc,
esied iu furthering the [atemti
ol lhe cilv be presenl.
A. C.   PBRRY, Chairman
11 ALEX.  PHILIP, lion.-sec.
Cbea|>
Lumber
one and two inch culls
$».00 |>er
1000 ft.
in our yard.
SEYMOIR LIMBER
CO., LTD.
17th Strict, North Vancouver
SEE US FOR
Good
Buys
in all
Parts
of City
D. L 265, 273. 274
and   Norlh Lonsdale.
BOARD Of TRADE
Tin* Board ol Trade coJwened
in regul ai M-ssinii 1,1st evening
,imi immediati l\ ifterwardi .nl
join in (I to the in vt  nm lm
the  i\i 1 nllii   oil   .1 fltn   "ill    out
ol  respeil to Ills laic   Alal'
Lonsdale
Brokerage Co.
W. Tretnayne
I ft Lonsdale Ave
IW IH6
N v'Ji V-ina-ouvcr,     B..
ARE VOL GOING TO BUILD ?
Come to us fur the money ami repay il
to suit viiiii'si-lf
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOTS I'OR SALE
JOHN  ALEXANDER &. CO.
REAL  ESTATE   BROKERS
Lonsdale Avenue
1 ji
^-jodern methods of construction combining
j^rtistic decorative features with low cost
Result in homelike cozy residences
Jhat make the standard of quality
|n the houses that we build.
^othing is omitted.   Our plans
§how everything necessary for the completion
Ql the store, residence, etc., thai we build.
^jone of the objectionable extras, and
THE
people lor whom we have built in Xorth Vancouver show their appreciation by advising the intending home
BUILDER
to come and see us. Don't accept thc statement ol
another that they can give vou the same results, if
you want the best consult
MATT. B. MARTINSON
CONTRACTOR
Home Block, Lon»dale Ave.      Phone 173
P. 0. Box 72
THE GEM THEATRE
FIRST STREET .West
THE FINE8T OF MOVING PICTURES
Entire Change of Programme Monday, Wednesday
and Friday
Wc cater to ladies nd 1 liildirn, .ind assure our palions
that milium; oil' usiv. m objectHUbk will I"   shown.'
Ferforin.ini (s at 7.30 and B.4J p. in.
Saturday    Matinee   at    2.30   p.m
Admission 10c
Children Sc
THE   BRIDGE ii
i> ooMura rum row i< thk ran to nrt won
PUCKA ADVANCE ai,.iin.
NORTH   LONSDALE
II '.iilMI TH UK ONE (ll- THE KISKST l.h>IHKNTI.\l.
SKflliiNs oi- NORTH VANCOl Vl.i;.
On« lot oil Nye ulti-el, lOtalU Nil. (nr (Mj   tin- "-nur uiu.l haw-
Iii'iii--'.   We have tin- aiij'.inin*.' Inl Hiatal ail |M0
OM lot nn  Kmex  -tra-.-t,   WttlM lift, at                    . . 1*1(10
Wc Inn.* *xi lii-i mi Keilh ruad, hall a Mori. Imm car, lur     .... Il.iiii)
.'ill lis*t mi Tliirlra'iilli .tn-el, 1 Iv.iri'l, inn-lil'.k lium car, at ..  . .|T30
II Vnn nan! MJ   'I Hn- iilinvr x t |i:irkly.
«  Van,.
A 1   Markle
G. W. VANCE & CO.
tor. Mh i I <m-..l<iU-   Phone 17b        Branch Ofl.ie-lynn Valley
\irrn 1
KOTICK is btreb* given inal
llntti d.iis -illii ilu inst puh
licalion oi 1 Iim notice, I Intend
io appl) io iln- Snperintcnden
ol rioMllil.il I'ollie lot ,1 le
■liew.il ol the Hotel liietise lol
lli. HikkK villi* Hotel situ,ili I
al     Uiiiidwille.   B,   C ,   oil    l.ol
;;i, group i, Ken WuUninstei
disin.t, lor lhe term ol si\
monthi 1 "Iiiiihihmj; July  ist,
Bfd .    TOM HH()TII
Dated .11 Nortk VaMonw.
,l.,\ i:th, 1910. 14
North Vancouver
HOSPITAL
CONDlC-rill BT
THE MISSES DAW SOS
I'-mAt-aied Siiri*li'i(l, Medical ainl
Malermtv Nur.au
Nmili Sail Out on Application
Ka.r  i.rmi  apply  nt   tlm lln.pital
Cur 16th Mrvct I M. AnilrfwV Ave
PHONE   69
I
REWARD
\ reward ol 5s will he  paid
tu tin pi isuii iieliMiuij; tii own
.1   1  tl so  I'.  S.  |iend,illl    gold
,,m  villlih  minet   hrsl    11*
Iinin   u .itih   ih.iiti on iiim nm*.'
li nisi    Kinder pica
u.iie with BaprMi.      11
MORRISON'S
SIGN
WORKS
k, nli HI,'i k     IstSir.-etW. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
TIIK EXPRESS
NOITH   V IN'I HI UK.   li     C
lUrm nt M'hsi Hii'iiuN:
Oniyiai H-OO
Six tiii.nllis   . • •        .inl
I'l.ra-.- monthi    -        - .'21,
United BtltM mnl I or*-i|n,ll.80pM year
AllVKIUTSlV.   Kill -
TKANiiie-ar  Dnrui   iWWTHIMIITI—
.'at) cents per null eanli .BaWtlon.
Luuua Nuricis, I'lie—$1.00 per inch per
month.
lain anii TitiHui Niiiuks -Ml ihiis, t'i;
IvUilay., |7,10.
I..Mil.   AllllllllNIM,        I     1     I        ll-a   III.Ill,    ID
ai-iii" per nn.*, ench lubeequenl nit-cr-
linii.iii*. pal line.
I'li-nl-i i  Nni. M  is   I...CII.  NlWI I l»l
ens. -iii eauia i"*r lina,»acli iuwrlluD
CuSlUKl     Alill.llll-l.lll.Mia-   Kill'-    aU
r,u..a *i aeconlini lo ipuca lakeu,
All i bangeain euntrw i idrerUMHiiruli
lllllal   l.i' III  lli>* Ii.lll'l" "I tin* I'llll ' I 1*1
Vt'-.lin'-Ja-.■i'*iiiiiHl"'*ii«iiri*pnl.lh aii' I
a tba next Imu*,
.
,ia,kiii \ is. OUVIR,  M
lyio
sklf liHi.r roi riii-: ftKSi
llic     building   "I llli   Wesl    is
one ot ilic great uiovetuenli w
world progress loda) * '1 be pm
jl-lt   IS   SO   ['I,IlllnlllllS   l ll.l t    ll    ,ll
lords snipe lol' lhe clii'iloylililli
a.l   lil.illllold   loltns   ill    ellu-;.
■■allll llll    Ha,111    Sllllllis      '-I .llll I
ed   I.ii   ,illd  mile.      .-*."    nlli     Is
more  forcibly   impressed   Willi
tile I,nl   lhat  tl  lhc west    wm
hn t,i develop itaelf, ilu   pro
CCM would lie llo|ulcssl\ retard
cl ill.ill is lhe iill/in ol UK
insl   who  is intelligent.)    mi
lorllled as lo Uu I cm .uiu-. tliu
lhe possllillllles ol the v..isl in
.11.u\ designated hy ihal i.m.
1.1,(1    lellil.      Ill    lac 1   lhe    lll"li
ciiiliiiM.i-.tii .iihl l'.y .il Uic West
clli ull/iii in.i}   In   In iin    I.unl
oi Ins adoption, lhe more deep
ll nnisiiiiiis will lie ic oi ill*
immense assist.um wlinli hai
lieen aiul wlinli mi will In- al
im .Ud bj lhe casl and It] lh.
oldcl poltlolls ol lhe Wi.l id in
lilllldlllj- lllc wesl. Al lhe '.mu
lime mil i.l lli.il same illllnisi
asm and loyally will arise a
deep   conviction  ilm'  'he   wi ■•!
ihould huiband all bei own  ti
s.iiitus and ihould iisciM all
lu i encrgici n.i lhi purpowi ol
s, li help iu ordei Ihal lo Un
last piissilde degree westetn en
lerprue, wisietu energy, wesi
era thought and idaala ihali
sh,i|'i ilu polk) "' n/eatetn d,
.il,,Iiiinui, shall liuild wisiiiu
institution* and develop uui
iiiantiiiiicui reaonrcw.    In Uns
sells.*  the  Ila,(Mill   "Tllc   Wisl   l.al
iiii Wesi" ts noi Uie ilogan oi
Barron  eelTiahiieis,  il  conveys
tin unlliciiilly selilliiiciit l..\i.iii
ihose iiia.iiiiiiin lule- oi help
lullless whnh  are flowing  we-1
vard ii"iu .ill qu.mu . oi Un
globe, 'mi it \oius Un loiiui
lion ni  tin- men ol tin   wesi,
lllell   id  stlollc,  sell 1 * 114*n i       'i
siudn independence, ol nlerl
iiictitaliu and oi eBergeli,    en-
lilptlse  lh.it    llow SIH Ml   l Mill
sin and valuable Un aaai I inci
afforded Iii'iii "Uui smirus ui.ii
In     nt   mu  I"*.I  inui'*.is   u*
qlllll     tlldl    MiMclll    hi,,111    ,lllll
l.tnuti shall lonsliliite Uie hail
up.in  Uu   In llll  alld  shall at   all
nines be iii control ul Un
mm in Un unking m Un a-i i
Am attempt liom .in\   souih
in minimize thow charufleri*
lus whnh dilti len':.ile llu* in* n
nl iln* west Irom iha.se iceui
tniiiid io Un* condiiioni and thc
spirit nl tin i ast i.m remit on
lv in discmniitiiii Tin spun
nl lln* wi st "ll.e il possesses Un
man winks a gradual I'Ut imi
change m lus temperament
whi.li makei lum radicall]  du
ll n ni liom what he was pn
vioUl lo Ills aim ,il ill the Wi *,l
Tile loins which inal,!' lol lln
"nc.li nu/.iiinn" nl lln* unliii
dual ale ,it once COgeUI and
.ill.lllc.     The   priiuss   lllal     l.i
Impni'i'tiMi inn ii, tin   sul
ji-it   iimi v. II,    lml  Un     resiills
when ,inaiiii|i|is|i,d an pronounced    Tin* men who have recog
in/id Un* change,   who have
n I'lnl   Uli lllielvi     '"   '■'      I""
selves to its requirement! and
iiiiii  bave  aci'ordingl)   become
lll.ilOI|n|lll llll I'lll (I      Willi        tll'*
spirit ol tin* west, these ought
Iii In* aiiil u ill Iv iln- nal Iiiui I-
its ot the greul western empire
now in i om si* ni construction,
Methodi in vogue iu other por
nuns ill tin* globe maj In- mil
aide in lliniM Iii Ule needs nl
Un*   wesl,  lml  in practice ihey
must he in,i'lc in adapt theiu-
selies tii western conditions.
Institution* whiih have proven
ul lhe highest value elsew hei.
Illill   '.unrest   line!   ol opera'ion
nluiii would In- ol advantage to
the west, hut in Un ii pi ai in.I-
applicalion   the)   musl   be ail
justed   i"  iniiiiiiin io  western
Un,ii.jlu    and  ideals       Tin     U
ahiu .idim.lie im the Importa
Hull  llU.n l    ol    these     llliUl'iil-
aml uisiiiiiiiiiiis to whiih In
u ,i a, a ualoiued "ai home ' li
himsell i misiii as loi lhe west
and will remain so until neb
lime as his ulcus have liecouit
L-haracteriied by that flexibilitv
thai will enable him to appri
in ml iiic diitinctive conditions
niinii olil.iiu in the wesi all.I
tn accept the conclnnion thai
mn method or inititutiou,
borrowed in any sense Irom an)
nther portion ol the globe, must
prove   siiiiuiiiiili    pliable   lo
shape    Itsell     to  llll- lllolllll     ol
western thought and condition i,
Tin linancial side ol ihis
problem presents i tori i iul i-x
ample oi the desirabilit) *'i
crvaling distinctivel) western
institutions. The Imj-orUiu
inau which outside capital has
hitherto uccupied and is dentin
ed io occupy In lhc luture in
the .level.qui,cut oi Un- weal Imt
series to cllipllnsl/i   the dl      *'
laiin oi keeping lhc largest
[lossilde proportion oi western
apital at home loi the iurthei
oue u| our own interests, i li
dilliiiiliics whuh, in Miii'i
,, um attendant upon in
lereiting distant capital in
western mterpriiei hau lup-
pih disapp .ind and large sums
ot ni.iim an iiow available loi
investment pnrpoies, The  lime
lias,   iu  lln   not  distant    pa-si,
wlnn ihe wesi occupied the jxi
siiiaiu "i ,i   tppliant iii Bk mo
iu\ iiiiiii s a,i Uie world* I "H
dii nnis in this reapect lum i t
dicall) ili'i' "1 and capilal lo
dm tlnns westward in accord
line with lhi ciiuuiiercial law
it  gravitatei iu ihis direction
because luii arc lound lhe ln-si
ii,ul.iiih opportunities loi pio
htalde and sale HIM stlllclll.   Ull
Uu othei hand, however, *i
greal deal oi western money
lindi its  way   inlo   eantwai i
iimi me, ihalilii'ls which   lollld '■ c
used  in Inner   advantage  i
home  and  by means ol   whi' li
,ui appreciable impetus   might
In-   given   wistein   enterprises.
For illustration, ii is estimated
thai  imi   less than eleven  mil
Iii'ii dollars per annum is sin
Irom   the  linith wisietn sla.e,-.
and Britiih i olumbia  to   the
inasuiKs ..i insuranci compan
us having Uu ii headquai li ri in
Sm \ ork and Uns is bnt one
ol the many avenues b) me,in -
ni whiih tin . ast because ol ita
uiu, wealth) .unl thoroughl) oi
ganiied linancial Institutions, b
cm iug heavy tribute upon thi
mat "There is non Ion
lathering,"  wyi i conieui|*oi*
an , "111 lhe Weit, a lelldcli )
toward ilu centi .ili/atioii ol our
nun capital In oui own comp.
nies, tin accumulation and in
iisiimiu iii lurplui at lioiiu-.'
There   is   certain.)     in,   icism
win westi in enterpriie ihouid
not • ii ai' uesieni tinanc al Institution*..    Tilde ale Itialiy   in-
siaines which might be cited In
whnh this has Inn accomplish
ed wnh conspicuoui success.
in i.u i im ti in linancial luMi-
tutioni becaUM ol the enviable
opportunities lor increment .7-
nii iinuls Inverted, Iar in cj 1
oi the comparativi ly l,,w late
nluiii was available 10 eastern
corapaniei at thi ir orgatiiaition
.iiul i"i many yean thercalter
An Acre on Lonsdale Avenue
for $1,100. This property Iiei well to tbi
south ond weit, ami will ntake 1 lovely
hotiii-iu' im- inyotM wiihlng 1 large pieoe
of  ground  and the imenltiei therewith.
D. L. 205-A 60-foot lol for $1100 cash.
D. L. .273 -Lot on car lino (4th Btreet) br $1,600
ELDER MURRAY CO.
I'liaaina H lorlh Vuicoawi hum** HR Vance*-*1**
(Uli,.. Houn u nan. to 6.80 p.m.   Opm Rvaolnii be ippolntment
Aller nlliee li'.lirH, pllnlif. Llll
inlo the mii forefront and havi
in man) instance! set ,, ;i,ia,
which has greatly diieomni ted
i.istein competitors. The buiii;
Ing   "l "in own linancial   c All
panics iuih as Iniut.nue com
panics, 1..inks, mist companies,
lu.Ul uiin|i.lilies, lillilditl}; soiie
lies, etc., should mean   njcnlci
advantages ior those who pat
laaiu/e those institutions and
«ill Inevitably have the ellect
a.i keeping 1 very large p* r cent-
age ni our capital al home Ui
bc re-invested where it wil
prove ol lhe greatest senile in
promoting western interests.
rui'U.l.MlNAUV  ESTIMATES
Al  a  special   imcli-lln  ol    llu
CitJ  Council held lasl week the
lollowing    preliminary   eitini
ales wete prepared :
Finance (general)      $161690
(loan) 13,53.1
(police)    1,856
(Sl'llliols)       ...        I   ,, a'l'
Hoard ol Woiks       *,!,"""
Waterworhi       "0""
hue and lijjlll      7,.|o"
Public health        1,000
The consideration oi these es
liinaies was deferred to ,1 latet
meeting, As before noted it is
probable thai the rale will not
exceed Jo mills net.
Price List ot
Vegetable and
Bedding Plants
VEGETABLE PLANTS
Cabbage, Ib bun ol -i        Si
I,VNN VAI.l.KY NOTES
The \\ omens' Aid ol Bt. Clc
unin s church are making |"i
j'.nations lo hold llieir animal
sale oi work on Thurada}, Maj
26th, lioth afternoon and even
mn in the evening 1 Iree con
ceil will In- provided. Thosv
who have seen lhe work sa\
that
thing
on sale, Imt that nuuli In,uui
iul lain 1 needlework will he ollered at pui is away belon   the
real 111,11 kit  values
IVIiTV
I'lllllillnin T"
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FLOWER  IT.ANTS
Asters, Sli.i-k-a, linlilen l'a-ullit-r
Lobelia, Marigold, IJ In imx, Hc
PmmIm, a nt mnn Hiiwn,  in
lilimin, li laifl rm.Is in luu, Ho
I'aiHii'i,   Aiitiiniu   sni.il,   iii
I'lni'in, 1, liu'L-u runts in Un, -'ii'
Assnrleil   riuiita, Iii uriler, in
bundlM at suine rate pt-r dim.
ALL K'Nds of
fertilizer*
FOrLaWN AND0^RDEN
TIIK MIMES
iliMH  '
Lonidlle
al   Pi uv
Avenue,
Landing
I. O. O   K.
Ninth Vancouver Lodge, Ko
,s,s., meeti every Thunda) enn
ing, corner I.ousdale aveuttc and
Kirst streei, at H o'clock. Visit-
lint oiiK many useful ling brethren cordially invited to
ior eMiy dav use will be|attend, J. Kelly, N ('■ A. T
Kennedy, Ret. hc.; J. II. l'il-
llng, Kin.-sec.
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For Singer and \\ heel t and
Wilson Sewing Maehimi and
auissotie*., iall at our office,
The .1. ,1 Mi.M'.eee Dry Goodi
Stoic, 95 I.ousdale Aie Ala
1 lum s sold for cash or oil 1 nsy
pallium svsteiu. The Singer
Sewine Machine Co.
Nelson Manf g Co.
KSri.ANAUK,   Kan H
N. V. l.i iiniii ('".'. Mill.
AWNINGS
TENTS
SAILS
N. NELSON. Proprietor
K
ANDIE
ITSHEN
Rl II III UN
and CONTR4CI0RS
Messrs. Jcllr-ry Bros., 511
Dominion 1 rust Block and
133 Lonsdale Ave., Norlh
Vancouver, arc prepared to
give puces (or any class of
building in any district. Good
and reliable work al a reasonable figure.
"IT'S THE
PLACE"
F. K. Rennet,     61 Lonsdale
11. IP
Mmiinfrti-iiin r mi
lllktndi uf MivMnii mill Antii-iH'  I inuture
Mon   M, MhiiIc hii<I llnr Mitttnw   I
ini; in nil III lirnmhi".
PtcUn iTiiniiiiia/.      Knriiitiiiv Ptuftga.
173 THIRD STREET, W.
IIAII, OltllKlts Kiva-11 1*11.11.1.1 nn. nli.in
The    Sherwin-Williams   Paintt    Cover
Earth
own
JIME to Paint.
Make your buildings bright and clean
''is Spring. We have
.ne best and most economical paint for you
to use.
Shirwih-Wiluiihis
phiht, prepared,
'the paint that
spreads  farthest,
wears longest,
, looks best.   Made
_ (of purest materials.
(5  A record of forty
■>..,■• yMrs 0{ good paint
making behind it.
3Zj_-«.
Sherwin-Williams
Paints
HitE   THE LARGEST SALE OF
At* PAIHTH IH THE W0RL0
Sole Agents for
North Vancouver
Paine  ®, McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
Earth
This Week's Specials
i' 1 In ,ip luts l.iciii", smiili  ni j-lli Street.     I'lie  $41111 '.11 li
Termi one-quartet caah, indbalmce ovai two vein, lluse
1 iinini.iiiil .1 -.|ilriiilul poaitioo iiiiiI .in 1 lo-i iii preient Lor.s-
il.ile Av. nur Cat Line,
D.L I7J    I'm 5" tool Iod, . lin-ilo 1'iiei nslmri I'.ir Line
at iiaooeich.    TermioM third caah, balance6, 11 ind 18
inontlis.   Tin-1 .in- |tjn each nml. 1 prneenl value.
Doable Cornel cloeeto Boulevard, ill cleared.   iVmpal
$Ji5o, tdius Hi.so c.isli, I1.1l.uuc n.  ll ainl iS nioiillis.
Chas. E. Lawson t> Co.
., - -1111-111 nn ' ' 1 non
lieul Eitatl S|»'i ialists      15 Lonsdale Ave. l'lione 70
Some Seasonable Suggestions
Tin- growing popnlarit) ol on 1910 Hoi Poinl
l'.lcittii imu haa lieen ilciiiiiiisir.iiul during ilu-
p.isi week, i.ui Inrge simk being solil ont tntirely.
Aiioilut large diiptnenl arrived loda] tti we .m-
prepared to nil all orden In rotation, Remember
to dayi' free 11 i.il   \ onn Im aaking,
Thoie l-'.leiiiii Toaiten wt tfoikt about Inal
week Mini in ippenl io Um brenkfnst table epicure
iu no uncertain \\,iv, ,is our mka oi th.it handy
little article testify.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
50 Lonsdale Avenue.
Mono
198
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:: The Finest   Double Corner on the Grand ;;
RniilpvarH   Overlookiog tbt Inltl tor mitM, hai 100 leet Irontage on
UUUIcVdlU   the Boulevard liy 157on lOthStmt.   Mu-i benoldatonei
Price today $3600.   $1250 cash, bal. 6 and 12.
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
Dealers in Coal, Brick,
Sand,   Gravel,   I .ime,
Cement   and   General
Builders' Supplies.
All Ordin Promptly
Pilled ind Sitiil u tion
Guiraoti I,   Prici   on
Applil,ition
I st Street
(rein, who havi adapted Ihein  have been ,i!,y •*, leap
ll   I'll  i
Oflice: Lonsdale, neu City Wharf
Warehouse       Fomun'i Wharf
Wc lun i ilir. i* lots in tlic first block cast
of Kirst Strei 1 lur Jhooo eacli. One-third
cish .unl tin balance in 6 and 12 months.
2nd Street
Three loti in thi lust bloik west on 2nd
Street lor J30M UCh,    (iood terms.
Upper Lonsdale
One 35 loot lot on upper Loaidak lot
51250. Tliis is a good inviiatniciii, *•■ loti
all   round' thii  vicinity   arc   sellini:   lor
Mliuii lip.
Sei   ai I"   N'11   Inuilevard Properly,
LynnVilley, Capilano, D.L i6j ind lots
in any portion of  the down-town diltrii 1
The Canadian Financiers, Limited,
R. L. Thompson, Local Manager.
■HI MM
Head Office 632 Granville Street
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Vancouver, B.C. THE EXPRESS, NORTII VANCOUVER, B. C.
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Safety       Income       Profit
Call and see our Large and Exclusive|List
Correspondence Solicited
North Vancouver
SPECIAL
Recently subdivided and placed on the market for the first time—Cleared Lots, size 50 x 140 feet each, in the easterly
portion of Block 61, District Lot 549, situated between Lonsdale Avenue and St. George's Avenue, fronting|on
13th and Mth Streets.
Lots fronting on 13th Street, $1,000 each      Lots fronting on 14th Street, $900 each
Lot 54 x 140 feet, corner 13th Street and St. George's Avenue    -    -   Price $1,600
Lot 54 x 140 feet, corner 14th Street and St. George's Avenue    -    -   Price [ $ 1,500
Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
PLEASE NOTE the central situation of the above lots, close proximity to center of population, walking distance
of ferry landing, one-half block from principal cariine of the city.   Electric light, telephones, and city water available.
Compare these prices with the higher prices of property which is much less favorably located,
and you can only arrive at one conclusion.     Make Your Selection Without Delay.
IRWIN <&, BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD
(Incorporated A.D. iyo6, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chid pliuc ol Vjsinrss in North Vancouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C., Telephone 15
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Mr. R-. T.i 1 n ,imi Iriend  «, e
the  heroes ol .1 rnnawaj   icei
dent  ,it  tllc Id minus ol  the '   ,
pilaiio   car   line   Suiul.i,  nlli 1
 n i\ hii li resulted with  wry
slijjhl injuries lo lhe occupants
ol the bu-fjf) bul considerable
damage both in horse and rig
Mr. fan «..*- driving .1 rather
spirited .1nim.1l down tlu -teep
hill leading doiii the Capilano
rond to the Keilh road.    When
m.iih ,il the luiltolil .111 I'll.1
(.due np alld the horse sliirinl
lo slum his dislike (or his Ben
rival, The coliseipuuies were
that he made a mad rush down
lhe remainder of the slope end
failed to make a good lurn al
the bottom .nnl llie rig was up
sel ami Mr. Tarn .nnl liis Iriend
submerged in ihe abundance ol
loose s.iinl which lies lo a considerable depth oll the load .ll
that point. The animal charg
cil into lhe liushes ,il tin* sialc nl
the road and got so tangled up
that his capture w.is eaaily affected, Beyond a Revert shak
'inj; up  ihe two individuala   in
lhe bUggy  were  nolle  the worse,
lor iheir adventure.
served there in ,u most t a .1 ■.
ainl refined manner. To ilu
man) attractions ami novelties
.iii(.nly iu existence in the gardens is to lie added a siill mole
popular piece of architecture
ami an oddity in Western Cm
aila.      Al outiii one ol  lllc larg
est trees in the ground is lo he
erected a winding stairway up
.1  distance ol about  100 feci.
There a house ohservalorv ms
iii lut will In- hiiilt capable ol
accommodating 30 people. The
all,iir will lie unique iu these
pails and will lie a most iutei
esting attraction, Work on ihis
was commenced vesterday,
ness Imt only in a private >,ipa-
a. 11\  aiul mi his uini hook.
KNGINKKRS To Kl.l'nKT
TKA GARDENS
Unite a number ol visil ■ ■
look iii the Japanese Tea Gai
dens lasl Sundaj and enjovi 1
the refreshing coolness of iln
shady nooks lo be (nun.I
through ilu- I'.uk ami grounds.
The tea house w as lhe objective
point    Inr   main   ot lhe Callers
and refreshments and tea wc.
PRESENTATION
On the occasion oi his resignation as secretary of lllc Si-y
iiioiir Lumber Co., recently Mr.
II. C, Wright was presi'tiled
with a handsome Morris chair
as a token of lllc high i-slcctu
in u hiih he wa.s held by the employee! ol ihe mill. Ur. Wright
has been identified as one ol tin
lirm of the Seymour Lumber
Co., formerly known as lhe Dip
b«k Wright mill for a considerable period having been olle ol
tin principal factors in eight
eering it through its early financial strain till now il repre
seuls one, it not the largest ainl
soundest concerns in tin- citj
While Mr. Wright has retired
Iinin   the managing  board
nil retains his interests in thc
company which will be carried
on in the usual way by Air
Diplock, one of the prim ipal
owners. Mr. Wright is siill connected with the lumbering bud
Pierce & llall
Successors to MM Kl K. MORMON CO.
SPECIALS       "~
Quarter ion lots on Gordon rood, elooi to Keith
rood nml Hollyburn duck. I'riee |4O0, quarter cub,
liiiliiiic.' 8,6, 12, 18 ami -Jl monthi. Thou iw the
chetpHt luts in tliir-; district.
First itreet, near Lonsdale; twoeboiee lots, price
$7,800, caih $2,800, balance 8, 12 and 18 monthi.
Phono 110.
144 Second Street East.
The report ol the 10l111n1ssi1.11
ol engineers on grades iu 1 In-
city  will  lie submitted to   tlie
council next Mondaj evening
Kngineer Thompson ol Seattle .md Bagineer Claonnta ol
Vancouver, who along wiih Kngineer Hanes ol ihis dty, were
members of the couunivdon
left on Saturday aftef having
laken a summary ol the sanation and obtained profile! ol all
the grades within the district
designated. The report will
he compiled during  ilu   neck
and next Monday evening lhc
ollicial document will be pi.mil
belore the Aldermen (or I lui 1
consideration. Il i.s under
slood that lhe decision ol llic
commission will be linal us
e.uh ol tin* aldermen have In
timated their willingness lo *
bide by the engineers' report,
notici-;
NOTIClv is hereby given that
I inlend io apply to lhe Board
ol   License   Comin.ssiolii rs   lol
ihe Municipality ol North \ n
couver  at  the  next itatulon
nm 1 inj; ol the saul I'.oaid
held ill .lillle, iyi.ii, lor a lici'U*
lo sill liquor by retail oil iha
certain premisea in tin- Hum 1-
pality of North VaKonvvl *n i
knoun and described as l.o'...
One (l) and Two (2) in Hlock
numbered FUt-y-Ou (51J insub-
iliusioii ol Distria Lol numbered Two Thousand ami i-.i h
tj Seven (2087) Group one I),
New Westininster District,
commonly known a.s the Lynn
Vak-y Hotel.
Dated this 4II1 thj "I     *   -h
1910.
WALTER Gilll.S
14 Applicant.
TO ARCHITECTS
The Hoard (,l Trust, is for
North Vancouver School lbs
trict im ite architects lo send
in competitive plans br I
sihool on Lonsdale Ave. PleM
lo be in hands ,,[ NCT1 laiy nol
later   than   Mav  .'"lh    Furthel
particulars to be h.ikl Iron ||l(
Sei tetary.
12        ALEXANDER LAW,
P.O Boa 17I, North Wnncouwr
NOTICI-; TO CRKDITOKS
Iu lhe estate of William Palmer Peace] deceeated, notice is
hereb] riven that all persona
laving 11 ;nms against the late
\\. P, Peace* who Uti the 1 uh
day "I Malta, lyio, al lln iii\
of NoTth \ .llUiiinel,  It. C ,  ale
required to send bj p. .si pre
paid or   to dclivei  lo   Mrs. lv
l'i acey, tdministratrix  oi  the
est.ill      ol    lhe    said    ileuaseil,
tlu-ir names, addresses and lull
parlieulgrs ol lhi amount ol
ilnn claims and iln* nature "i
tin* security, if any, held b]
tlicin.
And   lake   notice   that    iftel
.lime   i.sth,   i'ini, the adminia
1.iim uill proceed   to distrib
uh    lhe  assets of  the  (Incased
imong the persons natitled
iliiiiio, having regard 0*1] I"
the claims of which the saul nd
ministraltiv shall linn Iiim
had notice.
Dated at North   Vaieonvei
ihis mih day ol May, 141".
K. A. PEACEY.
1: Administratrix
.1 Iflira! 1011 for I ,ii|iior Lire list1
Notice is hernbj given thai at
lhe nexl silling ol tin board "I
Licensing   Commission'
lh. utv ol Norlli Valiiiiin* ;, i
inlend lo apply lor a retail bottle license lol the piriin I It
uatc on lot 22, block 152, I) L
274, on 1st streei east, in .11 Sl
David's Avenue.
(Signed) CHAS. A. MEE
Dated at North Vancouvi
April 16th, 1910.      1, 5 lOjM
n. C. kRlGER
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork.
All Work Guaranteed.
(''.riifr  Kiltrcnlli St.  mi*l  MjIkiO Ave
0. K. Woodyard
('■rn 17tii St. IIS Ho«B*l   tVO.
Sell, utova-wixi'l miy length.
Doable i.mi (lull eerd   «■'■
'Ii'Iimt'*'!.    Alwi Retiel
meting, iii-iiriiiK, nMsntlni,
urmbiik-, eli*.
F. B.  DAY
Hum.   'I.
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
REAL BSTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
N..rtli Vatiroiiur mnl Yiiiiroiiu-r BsUISI MBSftda Kcnti rolleeted
I'ity sad Siilnirliiiii tlttfOttf. Binum-im QhfMM
A1 nip Sul.-livi Agm-un*nt» of  Sales  discounted
Foot of Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver, B. C.
rELBPHONI Ig. P. O. BOX 114
36
lonsdale
Bressey
Peers & Boult
REAL ESTATE
Insurant.
Notary Public
Phone
aSS
NORfn VANCOUVER 11 RRV I IHI I ABU
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notice. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
Daint\ Summer Dresses
Pretty frocks ol lint-lawns mulls and muslins smart
linens, MON ind union lalnics in white and dainty
summer ihadet, I lie display is unusually n-plele with
Mich slvle" .is fashion favois most (or summer w<n ■
Prices range from $3.00 and upwards; some especially -.(.od hues ,,i $7.50, $12.50, $15.00, $18.00,
New Summer Millinery
We m now showing many lutght new designs in
hat-- lm iln mm weather monthi   light and airy
models lhat leature lhe newer style tendencies. The
diipllj I- .is authentic as il is comprehensive. It is by
I.u the best aggregation ol summer millinery lhat wc
have ever shown. Call to-day lo inspect the new-
models.
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
575 Gram ilie Street.
Phone 3541
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BREAD, CAKB8, I'A.-TRV, ETC.
FRUIT, CANDIES,
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
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STATIONERY, MAGAZINES
X
OFFICE SUPPLIES, ETC.
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THE LONSDALE PHARMACl
sll is DRUGS AM> ItEDICIXES
AT  VANCOUVER   PRICES   . ..
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE VS .1 TRIM. ON YOUR
NEXT ORDER. PHONE if
P
THOMAS, 1'lim. B
DRUGGIST
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N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1910
JUM
isi   Flower, Fruit gnd Vegetable Show    Flan
ml Daace .it night
I'riccs lor rant of Hall
atul fxicials, $12.
Dances, Si" ; concirta
Oi i" <   |   JACKSON, miIi Streei
tl. SNOW, ftecretart|.
A.LBXANDER V. R BILLY
1 eachrr ol
Artistic Pianoforte Playing
North Vancouver,   Saturdays
Malil Address, Mil Davie St. Phono R 5732.
15th Street
I 50x167 feet on 1 5th Street, corner on lane,
one block oast of Boulevard, subdivided into 5
lots, two cleared. $2350. $800 cash.
Balance very easy.
Also many good buys in the Business Section
r. McMillan & co.
Ka i  i  i iti   M trim   I ire snd Liii  I
54 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 197 PO. Box 155
11. C, GAZKTTE
The Hritish 1 uluiiiliis Gratis
for the last issue was heavily
bordered in black out of reapect
to His l,aie Majesty.
Noted in iln mnouncemeois
is a schedule ol lees established
and payable under the provisions nl Un Wati r Ait 1404. l-'or
each cubii   loaai  the load lee   is
fixed at Sm, la'r each additional liml  lip to V CttbU leet Slu ;
lor each additional loot up tu
a total ol 150 culm icct and lor
each additional cubic loot fi
Au annual lee oi Sl is charge
able in each case, There will be
im annual In loi waler used lot
domestic purposes a/hen tin
quantity laken is less than on,
.|ii,ii ler 01 ,1 cubic lool per se.
..nd. The inoiil Ice shall In*
pav aide In lule lln* is,ik* ol a h-
iclise.
The   following  appointments
have inin ui.nli .
To lie Jusi ices ol llu* Peace
lm the province ol Hritish Cot
iiinliia George Arthur Graham
ol Colllaplis ; 1.con,ml t.arnell
Tolsoii, ol Salt Sprint; Island.
To be Notaries Public ; .lohn
Wvlie Donaldson and Geo. Jek-
\ll I'hillippo, both ol North
Vancouver.
Ncvill ,\. l). Armstrong, ni
Shawnigan Lake, to be a deputy game warden.
Abraham Jagoe lo be a pro
vincial constable at Savona,
1 Knt\ Lovekin Edmonds ol
New Westminster, to be police
magistrate lor the Citj oi New
Westminster in the place ol
('.unl.ui p;. Corbould, resigned,
The killing or taking ol elk
or wapiti lias been prohibited
011 Vancouver Island south ol a
line commencing .it the mouth
ol lhe Little (Jualicuiii river,
iiunii* following the stream
westerly to its junction with
llu* Alltcrni road, thence following the Alberni road lo Alberni canal for three years until the lusi oi September, wn
Applications are being  invii
id  lur a ch,illel   lor a  lein    lo
pl\   between   Kelowna   ami   a
poinl   mi   ihe opposite side  ol
Okatiaj-aii   I.ake known as   Mi
1,enn.ill's Landing, a distance ol
)'t miles.
Tenders are being called im
the erection ol a lockup and
i.iiul  house al  I,\t11 ill ; lor llic
construction ol a transmission
line ior llu- purpose nl limn li
ing elci 11 la iii lur tin* hospital
im ilu* ms,im* ai Coquitlaui .
lur the erection ami completion
ui a briil*, Inuisc lor engineer,
ami pump station ; .md lor tin
eii limn ot a one-roomed school
housi at Brechin, B, C,
A nev, sihuul distriit is lieing
created  in  lower  Nicola and   a
re-defining is inin-; made ol lhi
Uerritt sihool district.
The Imperial Power Compam
ale making application lui a
water record on the lollowin-;
waters, namely . Spumiiu
click, Boulder click, Salmon river. Skii//\ 1 reek, Vale creek,
Texas creek, Anderson hmi,
Kinory creek, Siwash neck l'u
< pi i 11.tiii river, Silver creek,
Clearwater river, Harrier creek,
liall river and Mad river.
Application is also uade   bj
Colin  Murray   for a record  mi
China  creek, by tin- Kul  Clin
Mining Co. for a record on L)
ddeti    1 reek,     b\     Andrew     I.
Smith  lur  a  rei onl on  Black
canyon and by tt. I-'. Smith lor
,1 record mi Antler creek.
The following i sirs provincial
■ "iiip.uiies have been registered
A.    C,     l-'rnst      _    l'u ,    Claud
Trunk Pacific Land l'u*, .md ilu
Semi-Ready Co.
Certificates ol incorporation
have Ihcii granted to tile lol
logiug , Kelowna Tennis Club,
Nelson linn Works, and the
Prince Rupert Steam Laundi
Cu.
A Dominion order in-coum il
has been passed providing thai
110 more than one permit shall
In issued tu au applicant to remove sand, stone and gravel
wn bin the railway bell m Hritish Columbia.
Notices tu the 1 reditors ol the
following persons and companies arc given : II. I). Chantrell
ul Vancouver, B, I'.. and \l.u
Iin, Whiteside i\- l'u., Valium
ver.
Notice is given ol the dissolution ol partnership ol Hoggarth
ami    Rollins,   hotelkeepern    ul
Cranbrook, II. C, .md the \\,i
ter Supply Company ul   1 ran
brook, H. C.
Notice is given of the closing
iif the  books  ol  lhe   New   Dolll
iiiii in Copper Co.  lor tin*   pur
pose ol the annual meeting  ol
(he shareholders.
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WANTED in Nm Ui \.,iua,n
ver, si wing b\ the dav. Address
I'.. 1). li., Kxpress Olliu li
J. W. BALMAIN
CIVIL     Hi.IM.HI
QlUMtlly Siirvt'yur nnd Architect
NOKTIl VANCOUVER.
Save your Piano by having
an Expert  do your Tuning
T. BRADLEY-TAYLOR
260  Second   St,, Went
Work Qaanntsad.   Droe ■postsl isd
I'll call.
Pianos& Organs
Tuned nnd Repaired
Charges Moderate,
Satisfaction Ciusranti 1 d
WILLIAM LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER & REPAIRER
"Pegwell" 14th st., n Forbes ive.
1'. C. will receivi prompt stten
tion.
,HH~!-l-l-l-W-l-H~l-l-Kl-l-l-l-HW»l-
< II'M IIIUI
Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods ii
Gent's Furnishing and Fancv Store.
Cor.tad snd Lonsdale Ave.       KitaUiiaed iint.r>       TsUpbontl ii
Mourning for His
Late Majesty
King Edward VII
Black Goods
Violet Gixids
2 yards lor 25c
2 vards (or 15c
All new houses should be pip-1
ed lor gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure lor this con
venience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, 11 HAT &
POWKR CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
E. DOWIE
rONTRACTOB AND lil'lLDKR
Plant, Speciiiintioiis, Bttlmatct
I'. 0. Box 27, Noith Vancouver
A. FAKRO
General Contractor
luml I'li'.arniir. Sunup mil Knck
lUsnting. Kxlrai cure mir house-.
All ilanmgs. mule B'liiil.
IMSLOTMSNT     AUKNCY
anil Kt., Otatl "f Lonsdale
I- oil..*. 11
All kinds ol
Lumber
Mouldings
5ash and
Doors, Etc.
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Lawn Waists, Ladies' and
Children's Sunshades
Ladies1  and   Children's   white   lam   waists,  neatly
1 nibiiinl. ml   (J.sc
Ladies' plain tailored shirt waists, ,,11 listi  ll.l]
I idies' lawn waists. . iiililoiilered  1.35
Ladies' lawn waists, Isce .onl i inhrnidcry  1.50
Ladns' lawn waists, iniluiudery and l.n e liiinnied ...
Si J$,tl ^s. s.'on, 1,2.25, ti-io anal ap to     <>• 50
Children's sunshades, patterns ami s,.|i colon,, a, h..   ijc
Children's sunshades, plain and frilled .. 40c, 50c 05c f^c
Ladies' whit,  l'i nal. sunshades, It die,I Ji 50
Ladies' silk sunshades, green, blown, i.ii.bnal. 11.1H.
etc $1.50
Ladies1 pongee silk lunihadt 1    i.6j
Ladles' white 1 nibiiiiil. li d lUOshsdl s. tl.15, i.50. 2.75
anil   3-5°
.1. .1. MCALEECE
KKITH BLOCK    I.ONSIULK AVI-NUE
PHONE 9}
Ven 1 In *ii
LUIBH CO.
Ml
AND OFFICE
Esplanade, Easl
Phone s5    Ninth Nam inner
PIONEER BAKERY
W4.IMR *\  HI Ml H. Proprietors
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
Try our XXX Hrown Brand. Daily delivery Mall parts ol city
l'hont- S and 54
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & Ath St.
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIP BUILDER,
ENGINEERS (\
Wa
akers.
Marine ami Stationary Bn*
|ine snd Boiler Word promptly executed,
Telephone ioj
North Vancouver
C
ONTENTED
USTOMl-.'KS
AKRY
ONVICT10N
c
OUKTKOUS
1VILITY
ONQUERS
ONTRARINLSS
For onion   and potato setts also flower   seeds  ol
best quality.
HALLS GROCERY
PHONE 189
Cor. St. George's & 8th Street
N. VANCOUVER
J. H. BUSKINS
Cor. 3rd St. & lonsdale
BuocwMf'" w   \. Gtbnn
HORSESHOEING and
General Blacksniithing
S|"'i*ial sttention liven la Issm
ami i nt. r fit inu bortei, Atso a*nr-
riaL',' «iTk -ni'i -I' ll 1.1mr|»«■ 11i11if.
All »a,rk i-u.iint ia*.*i     Prompt
■itlelili.'li.   line tiif u irial.
n nt.r  ron voi'n\fi.s ■■
North Lonsdale
I*- tin- iiot residential property in
Nortii Vnncouvor
Three Qood  Buy*
3001188, Corner ra Ny.- 12100
1 1-5 ni'rcs iii-iir Lonsdale      1800
66x169 on Bt.GtorgM    M3
JACK LOUTET
III I.ONSli.M.K AVI.,  TEI.. 47 COR. NY, . TM.. -7
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC.
ItlKKVKII SASH & IMIOH IK Kim.  foot of St. brorgc
Wi. .aah ii ai trial bM oe foot Ordari mniill er Isrss THK EXPRESS, XORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
LYNN   YALLKY  ATTRACTIONS
Lynn Vallev was the objective point ol a ureal number ol
visitors last Sundav. The new
Lvnn Valley extension ol lhe B.
C, Klcclric Railway, opened to
iln* public on the Saturday previous, was Uie attraction .md
main people took Uic ride out
and hack without jetting out ol
ihe cars just lo experience tbc
pleasure   o[  the lony ride   and
enjoy   the scoter)    along   the
route. The line alter leaving
lhc old terminus al lhe coiner
ol 19th street and (Jiuensluiry
Avenue hfst   traverses   a slant
piece ol thickly wooded terri
ior\, delightful io the eye in
iis  primeval beauty, lhe  line
then lollows the Lvnn Valley
pipe line load to the terminus
located at a point I3oo [eel
iiaiith oi the junction ol tlu*
lloskins road. This portion is
mainly   through the cultivated
ami opened parls ol the district
wiih iln* picturesque Lynn creek
and 1,nil on to lhe east and the
Ion-; range ol snow capped
mountains piercing ilu- horizon
to the lloilll alld wesl. Milch
prosperity and advancement is
being looked lorward lo in the
Valley as a result ol ihese adequate transportation lacilities
afforded by a company whiih
has never shown any inclination lo be,behind the limes and
in entering into any   diatrict
wilh their lines where there was
a possibility ior growth and development.
The   contract  for the supply
Ing   of  17,000   feet   ol ife-inch
wood main lor the Lynn Valley
mam whiih was .iw.ilihd lo lhe
Canadian Wood ripe Co. ol
Vancouver at lionday evening's
meeting ol the citj council will
be    delivered    thfOUgh    Messrs
Paine \ McMillan, local agents,
Th, consignment will occupy 17
cars and w ill be supplied Jo llie
iiu in lots according to their
needs,
Mrs. R. Adams has established tea gardens on tlic new Lvnn
Valley tramline, in a suitable
1,nation near thc Lynn Valley
hold,    where    travellers   may
procure light refreshments.
THE  way   M-L   Paints  are
madc, thc factory-tests they
get, and thc materials that
make them, gives you must fnr
your money in a can labelled
Mn*li> In 40 alimli-.,
fa,r rii'iy ti.i- |i.int
1*1111 a. ll.' ii.l.a.ra Of
tiill. C'a.vn 11- nnirli
uiil   lit   l.l'N'.I.U
t t.UII    I'lllIT     1'illlll
A.ak y.uir ,l..lr
—mij r,*!**l Un.
mill* in hi., .tote
M-L
Pure
•r Paints
Never sold in bulk -always in tins.
Kadi by [Biatrial Varnish nnd
Color Co., Limited, of Tororto.
Sold locally by
North  Vancouver
^     Hardware to.     Q,
CHURCH 8BRVICBS
Methodist church, corner Mb
.street nnd St. George's avenue:
Services at 11 a.m. and ].\t>
p.m. Sundav Sihool and bible
class 2.,\n p.m. Class meeting
110 a.m. Sunday. I'rayer meeting aS ii.m. Wednesday. Moody
\ ilie Sundav school 11 a.m.
<   Paator, Rev. 11.11. Balderston
H.A.
Lyun Valley Institute Hall: -
Services every  Sunday  morning at 11, and evening at 7 p.m.
St. John the KvaiigdiM,   Sih
and 1 Uli streets:—
Holy communion, ts a.m.;
morning piayer 11 u.m.; evening prayer, 7.30 p.m. On the
'lirst Sunday in the month there-
will be a second celebration of
lhe holy- uiiiiiiiunion at 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper
I Serviics at Si. Clement's hall
Lynn Valley: Morning prayer
11 a.m.;    evening prayer 7 p.m.
The process is simple, Three
hundred and sixty-four days a
year the average Frenchman
lor won.am "puis aside" soiik-
thing ; ami that something is
coined gold.
Tlu-ir industries not employ
! iug   iheir  i;obl   savings,   they
loan ihem 10 neighboring  got
i-rumciits   on    one   condition,
'■ lhat    tllc   Interests be paid     ill
I gold.     From   this   source thev
I draw,   each   Jl8o,010,1100   limn*
gold.
WEALTH 01-' Till-: 1-RKNCH
The gold slock ol lhe Impti'i
al li.ink oi Germany is ! j." ,
nnu,nno. Thai 1.1 ilu Hank of
Kngland is 1180,000,000, Hut
ilu gold Simk oi iln* Bank oi
France is |7oo,ooo,ooo, and at
one moment last Mar it touched ssoi 1,1-00,0011. take the humble I'dks oi France.   Out of a
total ol    pi,ooo,ooo illll,ibil,nils
16,win,  Frenchmen 1 ami women 1 haw government savings
bank accounts aggregating >i,-
000,000,000.     As   no   account
mav  exceed  JjOO  and  the  .nil
age   is less than J100, Mill   ]tcr-
iiiie these .in pan oi ilu* savings ol the poor.
It is a world-phenomenon
of the hour.
I-i.mu- has become the  bin I
nl Capital, tbe land ol gold.
Automatic processes are making her ihe world's banker 01
the 11',1 kii 1,11110,0011 Irani ** o!
coined gold in existence, 1- ance
,ilie,nh  has six ol thelll.
For Singer antl Wheeler and
Wilson Sewing .Machines and
accessories, call nt our olhce,
The .1. .1. McAleece Dry Goods
Store, 95 Lonsdale Ave. Machines sold for cash or on easy
payment system. The Singer
Sewing Machine Co.
2   Large   _i
STORES 4.
459-441 HASTINGS ST
VANCOUVER
1104 GOVERNMENT :.T.
VICTORIA
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l'riesl-in-eliatgc:
Gillies.
Rev.   II    II
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sundav school 2..I0 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday,
at S o'clock.     I'astor:   Rev. j.
D. Gillam, M.A.
North Vancouver Catholic Indian Mission:*—
Sunday Services—Mass at v-
a.m. Sunday school at 2.Jo p.m.
Benediction at 3 p.m. I'astor:
Rev. E. l'eytavin, O.M.I.V G.
Baptist Church, cor. 5th and
St. Oforgc*—
Sabbath school at : p.m. Set-
ei'es it -, |> ni   .iiul ai 7 yo p.m
St.   Andrew's    Presbyterian
* liur. li. Mb sin-el:—
North I...iK(lulc Presbyterian
Buy at the
Welcome
Parlor
And Save Money
Wi positively guarantee all
our groceries to be lhe highest
in quality and lowest in price
For Groceries, Dairy Produce,
Vegetables and Iruit.
Ashcroft l'utatocs $1.75 per
sack.
Highlands  Potatoes   J1.50  to
JI.5-J per sack.
Besl .1. & AL Collcc,fresh roasted and ground, 3 Ib Jii.co,
also a grade at .25c.
Indian and Ceylon Tea, 3II1 >i.
also all slandard grade..
Chilliwack Butter, 40c.
Also Butter at 30c.
Fanty Biscuits of all kinds.
Fancy Apples:
Wine Saps 52.75 per box.
King Apples $2.00
Oranges all sues from 2oc. up
to 50c. per dozen, guaranteed not touched by frost,
and sweet and juicy.
Large assortment ol English
Candies imported and domestic from 15c. up to 50c.
Also Fancy Chocolates up to
$1.00 per lb.
New laid Eggs daily, 3 doan
ior fl.
Also Soft Drinks, all llavors.
Ice Cream, the very best.
Telephone I2h        Free Delivery
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU GREENHOUSES
Lhnlttd
clioit'est
CIT FLOWERS
in town at loweit prices.     Give ui a trial fur
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING .BOUQUETS
607 Hastings !>!., W. Yancouver, B.C
Chin ih -Services in Exhibition
Hall etiry Sabbath, fortnoon
at 11 o'clock, evi ning at 7.30
o'clock. Sabbaih School and
Bible Class, afternoon at 2.30
o'clock. Ri-v. J. W. Mills, mis
sioiiary.
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
Launch "West Vancouver," Captain Findlay
Licensed lor 35 passengers
TIMETABLE
lr«vf>
llalhlaiiu IVIi.rl
I. .1 -'a Van.*...Iter
I 111   Krrli-a-   Win,I
I very Utlf I u 1 |it Stindai
7.30 a.m. S.oo a.in.
9.00 a.m. 10.00 a. 111.
11.no a.m. 12.00 a.m.
13.00 p.m. 14.00 p.m.
15.00 p.m. 16.00 p.m.
17.00 p 111 18.00 p.m.
19.00 p.m "-elurd--** Onl)   *'-'"» p.m.
J. JO am Sunday febed-ile 14.00 p.m.
17.00 p.m	
Single Fare 15c.
 22.00 p.m.
Two Tickets 25e.
11 in levt route Irom Nortii Vancouver lo the district beyond
Capilano River. Launch "West Vancouver" makes connections, without (ail, with lhe ferry steamers from North Vsn-
1 ia iui, as per above scln dnl.
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Chas. H. Cates
PILE DRIVING
AND
General Contracting
APPLI AT
HEAD OFFICE—Rooms 12 and l.'l,   Flack Block
103 Hastings Street, VV.    Telephone 3089
Or Cates' Wharf,   Nortli Vancouver.     l'lione 130
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Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
GROCERS
W. T. STEIN 9 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
319 Tender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
ARCHITECTS
.STANLEY 111TT0N M.l.C.A
ARCHITECT
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries snd Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. -downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
MUSIC
413 Granville street.
VANCOUVER, 15. C.
BARRISTERS
SCHULTZ 9 ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Street
Phons 996
S. 0. SchulU C. S. Arnold
b.lHo
.Start a Savings Account Now
No' matter when, or.'for what
purpose, you may neetl money,
you will have it at hand—if you
have regularly saved.
I Incidents are certain to arise
from time to time, making demands that your regular income
cannol tin et.
The possibility of illness, or
temporary   loss  of   employment,
renders it necesiary to lay aside
all money not needed lor current
living expenses.
The safest, and most convenient
place to keep such sums, ss they
accumulate-, is in a chartered bank.
Start an account today—if only
with one Dollar—in the Bank or
Hamilton.
C. G. Heaven, Agent
North Vancouver
Heed Office. HAMILTON
Cipil.l PnH >.- |t JOO 000
lllrn. inal MMM Prolll. t.900,000
Tol.l A... -      - „,., SJ.OOO.OOO
KdlleLhe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sts.
The only up-to-date aad reliable bath house is British Columbia-
Wc cure where others fail
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plain baths, electric baths,
shower baths, massagt for body, scalp and face; electro therapeutic baths a specialty,
j JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin, Germany
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hsstisgs St. W.
Cinudi • Grtit.it Western School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., • • Meaafer
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Ha. , Cor.
Robson and  Granville  Streets.
All Instruments.      Phont 3530
PICTURE FRAMING
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest stock of
mouldings m B.C.lo select from
so when you want framing done
cheap and well get our prices.
BAILEY BKOS. CO. LTD
540 Granville and 138 Cordova
RUdULR STAMPS
THL  GliU. 11.   HEWITT  CO
Mauulacluicri
MMM lUNI MINI'S
bign aud Price Markers
iu l-AiKnii.it Dliji,.    Pom H.)iT2
REAL ESTATE
Keep your eys on
EAST   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For pailiculars apply to
MORDEN 9 THORNTON
Phont 815      440 Homer Strsat
PITMAN'S
busiiMvs College
63] Seymour st., Vancouver
Day school open all tbe year
round.    Night school commences September 8th.
CHIROPRACTIC
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
Securities Corporalitu Lli,
440 beymoui Strttt
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgatt - - • Manager
Canadian Detective Bureau:--
Offices everywhere
1 ■ a-r Olhce.     Ill Kiiii'ire lllt-ck
■i'.i IU.Iiiik. .1. weel. I'l..am- 'i'a:,
I   I   WELSH
General Superintendent
LAOICS'HAIRDRESSING
30 per cent. Discount
11    ill    lines   ol   I lair Goodi
ariBf om ureal removal  tale, in
|| 1  |0 le.lm 1 .hit hUgl     !"' S. bell o|    mil II' 0
■ Blast,  a> ill  .n.iil.il'b- space
* cured lur the   di
hipnieiils ol in W   fOOit
nn 1 n innti
mai'imk lUMrauYi
m U-anville Street
RESTAURANTS
All North Vancoaver people
eat at
LEONARD'S
Either Flack Block or Hastings strttt, opposite the ntw
Pott OSict. Leonard sails tin
tt* by the pound.
WATCHMAKERS
English practical watchmaker,
Established 1B89
Specialty,   itpriirinf
W00DR00FE,
311 Carrall Street THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
NOTICE!
Our business is now practically on t caah ba-
sis. Tins n.iblos us io give our customers the
same high i lass-foods we have ulwais handled
at ven much better prices than can be obtained
Ironi stoics doing a credit trade.
Try .in order nd compare quality and price,
j. a. & m. McMillan
fo-HH'H'HIIIIIIIIIII'l MINIMUM Mil MINI
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niii'i- FRESH
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AND  KRl'lTS
for tin- lml ici'iltlnT
A-ipntngiis, Lettuce,
l.lniiiiii'l). Sirntt bi-rrii s,
I- ,' ,   ele.
liim-i-ri |'t-|ii. I'linin- In
GIVi OUR iKi.SH MEA1
KPAtTMENI A CALL
Uf handle llie bwi only
nii'l lm- quality cannot
In- I'cali'ii.
\|i-:il   ! >.-|tl.   I'li.ttl-    '2 o
C. R. HII KMAN
Grocer and Hut (her
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Don't Do It Yourself
when Mm can send lot ine I I do
it lor vou In less tune .uul ivi*
Isinlj n- a more ex->**rl me net
th.iii in i Indl possillli e.in ii i il.
.eel al h kit i "-*( c.il-iileliiu | .Illlt
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Send for the Painter
11* -ms miu linn . iniiibl< and
ni" ' . 11 n'i ib -our »wn
p   i: ne.'.
Stoney <& Co.
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TAKI-: NOTICK ibai the
Count il oi the Corporation "i
the ITtv "i \orih Vancouver
intends i" construi i .is a work
of Local Improvement the grading (to pei in.mi ni grade) ol
Lonsdale Ave, Irolll the souih
line oi Thirteenth Street to the
North line ol l-',i;•liietinh streei
and io I'liistniii ,i in.uud.uu
i".iilw.i- with suitable curb,
.uul ,i i. tool com ii te suit-wall
"tl cull side o[ said avenue be
tween (In- points above men
llaaind ;  t niltl    sllb section I 22)
Stiiia'ii 2-,ii "i ilu* Municipal
Clauses Act and intends i" as
sess the lui.il insl thereol upon
tin- real piopeit-, fronting or
abutting thereon and to b.
benefitted Iherebj, and ihat a
■tateluenl showing the lund*
liable   t"   | .i\   the said as-ess
ment and the names ol the own
ers tin ic'il, sn iai as i an In* as-
leitaiiinl from ihi l.i i Revised
Aasesamenl koil is nuw on lib
111  the "Man   "I  llli   1 L rk  ill  tin*
Municipality and is o| en lm in
spei tiun during * Hice hours
The  estimated   est  ol   the
work is T'Mtit, Tour Thou and
Three Hundred and Ninety
* , ,*iaaj dolhiis, of which Ss,
'mM.:-, is i" he provided oul oi
the general lunds ol the Muni
lipuliu
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
City Clerk
North Vancouver, B, C.
Mai  isih, i  rn
There is sel loi lh in the lol
bm me |,„,i n,I,* iiu* names ol
the i iii mis or occupiers who
have noi signed tin- requisition
presented t" the Council calling
upon ihem to construct thc
work ol Local Improvement a-
bovi mentioned and upon
whom a notice similar to the
above advertised notice has
bun served bj mailing the
same bj prepaid registered
mail to the last known plan- ol
abode "I smh owners or onu
piers, with the estimated  cost
ol lhe Work and the proportion
lllerei'l  pi"ii"s d  tn 1 e assessed
againsl e.uh "l Mich owners or
occupiers   whose propertj   af-
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DOMINION DAY
The citizens' meeting called
[oi Iasi evening by thn Mayor
to consider arrangemeati lor
Ninth Vancouver's celebration
,„, the ist ol July was postponed to Thursda) evening, the
.-i.ili mst.  Owing lo the King's
death all festivities are held   in
abeyance till after the luneral.
MAV BLOCK
Messrs. 11win and Billings
ha\e plans completed for a two
store block to be erected on
their propert) at the southwest corner "i Lonsdale avenue
and istb slreet The new
structure is designed (or stores
or offices on the street lloor
and Hats above,
A   l'KOSl'KCTOk'S TRUST
N () T T C K
If vou want to sell your Property, fill in blink space and
Mail to
INKSTER 6k WARD
NORTH VANCOUVER
l.ol
BLOCK 	
 D.I	
ilum,in nature is an unknown
quantity in a [reai many case*
lml here iu the west cun a
liiini-- nveu whose early hisloii
ttas wild and WoolL, lor such
is Uu- reputation thai is claim,
ed (or tilt-in, thc belter part oi
human nature has not   ban
crowded into obscurity by the
rush ior ine almighty dollars
as the lollowing Story illustrates in connection wilh lhe
bonding oi the Klsic group ol
ilaims in the Bayonne district,
by Williain Alain i, ihe (anions
prospector and miner of Nelson and lhe Sheep Creek coun
In . Alioul two \cais ago I'.tl-
die Doolan, son of Lain Duo
la|i, one ol Un- ohl timers ol lllc
C.r.k., and daring Ins Ulelime
well known and respected in all
parts ol the Koolenais, was
oul lor a holiday with William
Mallet   aud his partner,   Angus
Curry. Along toward  August,
I908, they were away up in the
wide spaces ainollcjst llie lakes,
glacietl   and   peaks   above   the
Bayonne group.   Tin-    gioiunl
about   theni looked    promising
and aii examination proved fi
was lar belter than its appeal
ance,     A   group ol live  claims
was marfcea oh, the Klsic, Wil
sou, Teliuie, Ore Hill and   Hold
Nugget,   the   lust being slaked
in the name ol William Matter,
A Claim lor the Hoy
"This claim i.s lor you, Kd,"
said Mallei to young Doolan,
who was with lum. "Yon aie
too \oiing to gel a miner's ict
tificate, bm I'll keep tin- claim
(or yon." "I'll pay lor the re-
cording and have the work done
on il anyhow," replied Doolan
That  is lhe least I ought   lo
do."
"You'll do nothing oi lhc -oil.
bal," saiil Matter. "Didn't 1
tell you lhe claim was your,-.
lhat I was gmng it lo you ?"
Without a line ol writing,
there the matter stood, on lh'1
bare word of Win. Maker. But
he conies ol the stock ol Via
hers ol Tippc-rary, Ireland, who
arc renowned for pluck anu lo
yal to the dr.iih
The   whob  thing had almost
passed     (rom  young     Doiali s
mind when his attention was
most sharply ulld pleasantly rivalled lo it by thc receipt oi a
letter neatly irom Wm. Muhti
dated liom Vancouver on the
loth April ahd running as follows :
An Agreeable Letter
"Dear habile Kudosed pit use
iud bank cheque lor S225, being
:.s per cent paid on the price ol
the Klsic, the claim 1 staked
for you. 1 have bonded Uie
group. Hoping you are pttM
paring, Yours, William Mailer."
Which means lllal Win Mailer
as made young Doolan ihe has
barely turned his lHth year)
a present ol $4,500.
Dig Hearted 1'roispcctors
It makes one bei better lo
have tbe pleasure of recording
an act like this, whim Ironi
end to end ol lhe land men
sworn and pledged to do right
are doinjr wrong lor the dollar
that is in the selling of llieir
oajtlij and their honor. Thev
dread the public shame mora
than the secret guilt. lt gives
one an abiding faiUi in average
human nature to know there-
arc men of. the Mailer character
amongst ns. Wherever else one
may find them, thev certainl)
are to be found amongst lining hearted prospectors. Mors
luck to iheir picks. Hums was
gowd for a' that.''
right : "The rank is but tin-
guinea's Stamp, the nun's lllc
Those who know Doolan and
hear of the matter say 'Well
done for young Ed. lie is worthy of Mailer's friendship ; and
Maher mjust be a prime " Thai
is about the right ol it.
.H^^-H-H-M-H-H-l-W^^
Capilano Car Extension
:: Lots three minutes from this cariine, with good soil, drainage and   ::
;: scenic surroundings. Close in, with good road already to property.   j j
Inside   lotS,   $250;     Corners, $300.     Only $25 down and ftlO a month     |
Martinson & Co.
62 LOSS DALE   AVENUE
NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C.
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CONFLAGRATION
Tin- residence "i \h    Harry j
l'.i};e  on 111li  streei   west   ol
Jones Avenue was totally de-1
sltoved b\ lire last ci cuing a*
bout J o'clock. The lire is
supposed to have originated in
the too! mar lhe iliillllici ainl
it-lure lhe local brigade could
leach  lhe settle the llalnt".   hail
[pitted llu- building.
Through   the   assistance   ol
neighbors most ol the house tl-
(ects were removed, Including
lhe range which was taken
through a hole whiih was bink
eu in the side o( the house. The
loss is estimated lo be between
S500 and (Don, Il was imt u>\-
cred b\ insurance,
Advertise in the Express
If you wish to sell your real estate.
ASSKSSOK   WANTED
Applications will be received
b) lhe undersigned up till I]
o'clock noon on Saturday, June
nth, icjio, for lhe position ol
Assessor o{ the Cite "1 North
Vancouver for the year 1911.
The liiiie wii bin which the
Assessor shall begin to make
and al which he shall complete
ihe Assessment Roll in accord
ance with the slatuies -.hall be
thai period betwtea .'iul July,
■910, and loth November, 1910,
Salary ollered 5vi 1
THOMAS SHRPHKRO,
____ 1
I'KABOI'Y'S
KAil.l.OAD
KINli        I	
OVERALLS
We lire sele Ifi-nt' lie"' rly
PEABODYS'
UNION iA
MADE &
Tin- inlv ni.iiiulailiiia r
llml |'!"'v. 11 rll.li ;lllll, 1 In*
il they ili. net nntl  t-X|i'e.
I'Hlinll..
'Iry k imir
All,I I.' I***l \ a* a'.' I
AMERICAN '
HOODS
NAMirACTURFD
IY11I..I''• Ratlrasd  Kmn
.11
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$
Faar S.I. La
CUMMINGtS
Gent's Clothing,       Furnishings,       Men's,   Ladies', and
Children's Boob nml Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MKAT MAKKKT
Grand
BouuvarD
Cleared Lot*
50 foot in width and over
This is exceptionally fine residen-
tal property, as all lots have a
beautiful view of the harbor and
English bay, and are in the
blocks adjoining the Queensbury
avenue cariine.
For Prices and Particulars, Apply to
ill
I
Lin. Ln.
Mahon, McFarland & Procter
Corner eni'u and Seymour Streets Official Agents

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