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VOLUME 9
NOKTIl   VANCOUVKII,   ll.C,  FRIDAY,  NOVEMBiB tt- 19011.
NUMBER 18
CITY COUNCIL
The aldt-ruu-n were all present
anil Mayor May presided at the
session of the city council, Monday evening.
Communications were read iis
lollows: From F. Khm, rc-
questing permission to cut cordwood on 21st street between
Lonsdale ave. and Mahon ave.;
permission granted.
On motion of Aid. Dick si motion was passed giving general
permission lo thc public to cut
cordwood on any unopened
streets regularly deeded to the
city.
From B. Gladwin, requesting
that thc service pipes leading to
his house Irom the loth street
main, be lowered below the frost
line; waterworks committee to
act.
Petition Irom H. Proutt, et al
requesling a sidewalk along the
sout-h side of 4th street, from
Lonsdale ave. to Chesterfield
ave.; referred to board of works
From A. J. Joliannson, requesting that the sidewalk on
4th street east, bc continued to
St. George's avenue; relerred to
board of works.
From sucretary of the board
ol trade, asking if council has
any knowledge of foreshore
rights having la-en granted a-
long lhe I.onsdalc estate, and
suggesting a joint coiiimilUc lo
supervise lllc matter. On motion ol Aid. Schult/., lhc mayor
.ippointed Aid. McKae, Schult/*
and Young a committee, in this
regard.
A petition Irom Kd. Stedman
et al, asking that loth street In-
extended through D. L, 616,from
Sutherland avenue to lhe cilv
boundary, as several property
owners wish to build in that section; clerk to procure assurances
as lo nature ol building operations.
From K. C. MacDonald,Indian
agent, requesting that permission be given the Squamish Indians to remove the body of an
Indian woman, recently buried,
to the reserve at Squamish; permission granted.
Plans were submitted and approved ol a subdivision ot lols
3 and 4, and lots 6 and 7 of D.
L. 616.
On recommendation of board
of works the mayor was authorised to sign a cheque for wages
for J156.60.
On recommendation of the fire
and light committee, an arc
light will Ik installed temporarily at the comer of 15th slreet
and Jones avenue.
On recommendation of tin-
waterworks committie, a permanent foreman will be appointed at a salary ol $75 per month
Aid. Schult/. broughl up the
mailer of the procuring ol a
street through the Indian reserve, and as lhe mayor had reported lhat lhe Indians were
w ailing Ior the council to advise
them as to what street llie conn
cil wished In have opened up, he
Continued on Page Four
liui.ns and ntnl trees
Kvery one appreciates the
beauty of flowering bulbs in thu
fall and winter, but so many
fail to prepare for the future in
time. It is very easy to have
the house lull of bloom throilglioui the dull .season. Particular
attention is drawn to this 111 liter in the advertising ol M. .1
Henry, which vou will notice in
this paper. The Baiter ol fiuit
trees also claims their aU-ution
Those who purpose planting
should remember tli.it this nursery is located right in Hritish
Columbia, lhat the uilt'iri i«
conducted with reference lo H.C.
conditions, and that 11 ;i* 11: illy
the stock must be well adapted
to those conditions which pie-
vail itt your nnhard. ! iirihu
information will gladlv in- fn-
nished bv M, .1. Hi-nrv, .mi
Westminster Koad, Vancouver.
FIRK WARDENS' BERVICES
C. W. Gladwin  of  this cilv,
chief lire warden lor   the  coast
district,returned this week from
a trip of inspection throughout
the northern portion ol the
coast, as far as Porl Simpson.
The trip consumed three weeks,
and covered 800 miles, during
which Mr. Gladwin visited all
the mills and the Inlets along
the coast, and completed arrangements for the thorough organization of his important department, on a basis of eviii
greater efficiency than that attaining such conspicuously successful results last vear.
The value ol the work done by
thc fire wardens in thc matter
of protecting the destruction of
valuable timber wealth by lire,
may be gathered from the report
made by Chief Fire Warden
Gladwin, with respect to the
work done last season.
Thc report reads as follows:
"The success attending the efforts of the provincial government to prevent destruction of
the valuable timber resources ol
the province by lire has greatlv
increased during the past two
years. The appointment of ,t
large number ol additional firewardens and the method of subsidizing the employees of the
lumber anil logging companies
at work in the woods to assist
in this work has resulted in the
material reduction of lhe loss hv
fire.
Thc past season, despite the
fait that it has been an extremely dry one, has, when compared
with thc losses in former vears,
been eminently satisfactory..
This is largely due to the system ol issuing permits to those
engaged in land clearing, whkh
must tie taken out before a fire
may be employed for this purpose.
The regulation was enforced
through an amendment to the
Hush Fire Act at thc last sis
sion of the provincial legislature
All the lire wardens report
litis to have a very beneficial effect on clear-.ng generally, the
wardens being able to readily
tell where burning is to bo expected and thus keep a closer
watch.
The figures for the coast districts summuri/.e as (ollows:
Number ol lires for season 20:
Causes-unknown 57; settlers 411;
ampers  38;     locomotives  ,ih;
donkey engines 11; lightning 10.
Informations laid 21; convictions 11; dismissed 8; withdrawn 2; lines 57(H).
Timber destroyed estimated at
eight million feet.
Over 70,1x10 acres of timber
land burned, and }000 acres of
slashings and agricultural laml
which has been logged.
Number of permits granted
2,300.
Number ol men employed 111 ]
fighting lire 376.
Wages paid to men lighting
lire S.3,711.
The following is an extract
from the report of the chief fire
warden:
"The total number of permits
issued was sixteen hundred, antl
I may say in only two cases did
vour wardens have to look after
lires that had not been started
under permits, and the holders
ot these were promptly dealt
with, ln several instances pet-
mits were refused where the lire
would have endangered timber i
limits in close vicinity.
I think that the above results I
show that the judgment  of the1
fire wardens proved good in the
granting and withholding as it'.
seemed fit.
In my opininn with the great
ELECTION RESULTS
The results tii llu- pulling yes-t   Government—
lerdiii  (or the provincial legis- Allin—Young, Dr. II   B,
lature were smh as muiii   mil Cariboo—Calhihaii Dr,
have been anticipated In   ont ... .„.*rafr'r-J")'    -   ,
'        ,  Unlhwack—Cawley, S. A.
the mosl ardent ntpporteri ol Comox_Malls()lli £
the government, Cranbrook-Cavan, T.
The pronouncement in favor ol Cowichan—llaywanl, W. II.
the McPridc   ailiiiiiiisli.ilion   is Columbia-Parsolis, II. G.
certainly aremarhabU om*, ami jMta-Machcnuc, F J
,",, , 1, Dewdney—Manson W. J.
is probably unprecedented, all ^...^j^,, w p,
things considered, in llu annals i',,*,,mv,„„|'. j.uksuii, ,1. R.
of the respective province! oi lhe Grand Forks—Miller, Iv
dominion,    The government n- Islands-McPhillips, A. lv
tains  every   seat  lhat   it   pre- Kaiiiloops-Shaw, .1. P.
,        * ,      , .     , ,* * Kailo—Mackay, N, F.
v.ously carried, and in a,Id.l.tii, ^m   \\ right Harrv
nCOVen seven   seats   llolli    the Okanagan-Kllisoti, P.
liberals, including ihai   of   lhe Revelstoke—Taylor, T.
leader ami  the most sialwarl Riihmond-Carter-Cotton, F.I,
number! ol lhe opposition.  The Rossland-Hraden, W. R.
"solid live" iu Vancouver,   and Skccna-Manson, W.
the "solid (our" in Vii toria re- Saaniili -I-bcrts, I). M.
main intact lor the government. Siniilkiiuiecn-Sharlord, L. W.
The premier heads the  poll    in Slocan-llunter, W.
Victoria  and  wins by a large Vancouver— Dowser, W. .1.
majority in Yale. MacGowan, A* 11   P.
The   victory  lur   Hon, F. 1„ I MiCuir,*. Dr.
Carter-Cotton in Richmond rid- lisd.ill. t. 1-..
iug, i.s decisive, llu majority bc- Watson, II. II.
ing iu the neighborhood ol 250. Victoril  Behnien, II. t
Al the  diction  in   1407,    Mr. Daui, Fred
Caller-Cotton's majority   over McBridc, R.
Mr. Weart  was  14.    At that Thompson, H. B.
time North Vancouver voted a Weatmlniter—GlUori, 1
tie (or ilic candidate!, whtfeai Ifale—McBride, R.
.1. II.
Local and Personal Items
t.
fair—schofield
Liberals—
All-crni   HnKslir, II. C.
l'\i|iiiin.ilt   .'.inline, J,
l.illiiiiei   K.iglesoti, M.
Socialists—
Natiiiiiiio-Hawthornthwaite, .1.
Newcastle-Williams, Parker
in this instance Mr, Carter-Cot
tun leads his opponent Mr. Farris by 7h, North Valiiouver giving 22~ iur the government can
iliilali and I,villi V.illti  l6,whilc
(he uppu-.itlull sl,mil,nd   In,tin
polls [6] and ,S at lluse respect
ive points.
The new house ol \2 meiiibirs
will consist oi ,16 straight   ami     The  litmus  mill  respect  lo
om independent coaaervativi    local option an n wt ver]
three liberals allil luu smi. ill it!  Iragmclitan,   but   they   appear
The personnel ol the house is lu point lu a favorable verdict
as follows: Irom the peuple
The electric power will be ull
on Sunday Irom 7 to n a.m.
W .mini      I,ul   lluse  tu  lialii
Ironl, Moodyville diatrict, must
In cheap. Give particulars to
Hox 17, Nurlli Vancouur.
K   II. Sperling, general manager ol lhe B. C, Kl. ly, Co.,
accompanied by Mrs. Sperling,
recently lell England uii llu 1,
turn trip lo Vaniouver.
Contracting. — For all kinds
ol teaming and team work, land
clearing, etc. D. I,. MiTnloiiii-
ney at 132 1st street east, or
P.O. box 84.
The new sleam wagon lor the
district council is now in Vancouver, and i.s expected to come
over ill readiness lor operation,
in a (ew days.
A mips ol B. C. BL Ry. Co.
engineers is running a preliminary line up lhe west side of the
Capilano canyon.    The titan
proli.iliilities are nut aiuiuunced.
Miss Curie's stun, millinery
and fancy goods, 215 I.onsdalc
avenue, will be up,-1 mill lu
o'clock Saturday evenings, ami
until y o'clock other evenings,
until further notice.
Wauled.—A girl lo assist with
housework. Apply Mrs. W. J.
lrwiu, Lonsdale and 51I1 slreet.
11. C. V. Hall has purchased
the new residenci imlillv completed by Law & Knuuies on
5U1 slreel west, and with lus
lamily, has lakui ap his residence therein.
.1 allies Murray, si., has iu
loursc of construction a iicwaresident e on his property on 2nd
slreel, east ol St.AudiiW s .im
The house is intended lor personal occupancy,
. The saw mill ni.uliiiien, mi
Seymour 1 reek, owned l.\ Uie
city ol Vancouver, has been sold
ll was conveyed to the wharf at
Second Narrows by Messrs. Anson & Creamer ol this city.
Mrs. \\. ,1. Irwin and children
relumed home on Tticsd.iv,liom
la most enjoyable visit ol three
inoiiihs 111 l.os Angeles, Cal.
Jack I.ouict ainl N. Lonidale
Suiukei and entertainment ai
Kagles'  hall, Wednesday,  Dei,   I
Mr, and Mrs. Porter have ic-
tiillled lu their hullle ill lhe U 1
lor the winter.
lv l-reiiiian is building a re: 1-
ililiie un Sl. Gouge's ave., hr
tween ,Sth and llth streets.
Wanted. Private board and
room for three nun, not loo lar
from ferry.    Apply this ulluv
HON. F. L. CARTER-COTTON*
IMPROVING PLANT
position lo liiutlufaiture all
kinds oi finishing lumber, ele,
The Seymour Lumber Cu has iln nutl of facilities for which
amount of clearing in operation in hand extensive Improvement! hai long been greatly lelt. The
this season, without the penult to their buildings and plant, A new burner whiih has recent.)
svslein the loss would have been new boarding house is in COW 1 bul Completed, is giving eve t)
impossible. As only holders of ul erection, coniiiting "I .1 ipi MtUiaction, uml is disposing ill
property can obtain a permit to cious dining room lu which will  Un* sawdust and reluse material
be joined a light ami tuinmodi    in an elleitive manner     The dc
mis ilorinitoii im employee!, A maml lor shingles la particular!]
new   transfer lur expediting the busk at  presi nl,  ainl the coin-
sorting ol iiiiniiii, whiih will in pain  li prepared tu pnrchan
 , run a disi am e ul lm leel li being  bulls limn .uiv wliu may have
111 1,illed.    I'l.in*, are .iiunii 1 nir   ihem to olhr.
A girl for general pleted im tin Immedlati at*        	
Applv  mornings,  tion of a dry kiln   The kiln will     Ur   lllair  and  Iamily   from
set fires Ior clearing purpose!,
they find that they are reqXMl
sible, and tluy govern themselves accordingly."
Wanted -
housework
Mrs. H. M, Ellis, Keith Rout  have a capadtj ul to no hit, Vancouver, have  removed   to
Ottawa gardens. j and will plate the company iu Lynn Valley.
Angelc
Th.   Kiu iiiiii Order ol Ivighs
• Hi  holding a sliiuker and clitit-
laiiiiiuiii 111 their hall on Wed
Made] e\ining nexl.    Tliey arc
ntwayi royal intirtalain, ami
the public is sure ol a good
Uille. 	
R. .1. Smythe, yardinastu at
the CJ.R, yarde at Ncls.ui,ami
whu is away un   Icaw   of  ab-
nttce, has uiuiiil lus lamily to
llus city ami is residing 011 jrd
itreet imt,   Sum- coming ben
Ui Siiiuhe has invested 111 ex-
icllcnl ilose 111 properly.
The boring machinery, whnh
has imu operating un tin west
side ui iiii Capilano hs some
months past, has Uui removed
and sel up .1 sli,ut disi,uiu WMt
ui the termini! 1.1 the Keith
uiml tramline, whut btuing up
erations are nuw proceeding.
Illlpruvciiietlls'tu the Capil.itiu
bridge ale nuw su tar louiplctcd
that the bridge is again in gen
eral use Twu refill an \ii
to be it filched under the bridgi
tu strengthen the cord al i.uli
side Tills will lie aiuiliipllslieil
as soon as lhe mi ess,ir\' part-
are lo hand.
The North Vaiuuuver dpi rath
Assm iation has arranged to put
i.n 'Tin Ki nni s uf a Bachelor"
in tin Horticultural balLThun-
tla\, December 16th,   Tlu nun
patt] will loiisisl ul llnrn mein-
btts, wlm will laa auiited bv
Miss ('.t.icc H.isiings, \iulinisii.
Miss Vukii-- Dauiist 11*,,. and
Mr. Foster, magician.
Bon.—ln Lynn Valley, Tuesday, NovemlK'r it,, to Mr. and
Mrs. lv Waghorne, a d.iugliici
II. W. Qongh Ims muiii a residence, No. 52,1 Chesltriield an
and is now domiciled therein.
Inuill to let luruislied or 1111-
iiiinished, terms moderate, Bar-
Land, 2nd street, opposite Palace hotel.
Capilano propert] miners will
hold  a meeting   iu   Molson s
Hank LmUdiag, Vaniouver, Moa-
day evening next.
Good tune all ihe way itt tn,
Eaglea' unoher ami entertain.
ment, on Wedllesdai 11,11111,
Everybody come.
Siu ut iin boxing exhibition,
ior ihaiiipionslup oi Korth Van
uni-ei, al Kagles' slliokei, Wednesday evening next.
R. lv C. Hooper and fainiK,
have taken up their rcsidi-im m
the house on   Ottawa   gardens,
uutil recently  iMtipieil l,\    \i,
Steade.
Lively program ,11 ihe Kagles'
hall un Wediiisdai evuiiug. AH
welcome.
Messrs. MiMaslei and Travel
lm, employed ut the Capilano
intake, seutred lour deer last
Wednesday, in the unim-ilui,
Vidnity ol the intake. The
heavy iall ol snow in Uie nioun-
lainis, is ivnltiiily timing the
deer down.
PLANS A1TROYKD
Ferry Manager T. M. Heard
is iu receipt oi advioi boa the
ollice ol Lloyds 111 London, to
the ellc-U that the plalls ol construi Hon ot the prupusiil   it,w
lerrj boat an highlj sutisi.ui
ory. The boat wlll probably Degraded too A.
BOCKS?
The Nortli Vancouver hockey
iiam vindicated tlnir right to
Ik* ilassetl Willi lhe itrv Insl
that the mast ilubs 1 all plottinc
when ilny uilind the   lists   a
gainst iln \ ancouver team, at
Brochton Point, mi Saturda)
last.   The loial team plaj d   1
last ainl suintilii game, .ni'i
held iln m uh iu mu ,,]1 np to
hall lliiit       Ai  ihis polBt    the
Vancouvei playeri introduced
lactica ui thr roughett character
miu iln miiiesi (in, u( Unit
playeri approached lv, .1. H
Cardinal! Iran behind ami de
liberate!)   gavi  hun   an  ogl)
slash Willi his stuk, indicting a
1 III tu llie Imlie ull Mi. l.irdui-
all's ilghl aim abuie the el-
buw 1, and sivcring an artery.
Mr, Cardinal] will in* incapi
111 .ile(1 (or'souie weeks.        Mt.
Russiii ui tin* Korth Vancouvi 1
li am Hu lia ,1 ,t stroke Oll Ills
ankle, breaking the bone, and
In will be unable tu get aliutil
lul MM weeks Ailer these
two nun nu, I,.t\ed lo relir,.
iln Vancouver playeri str 1
ed in adding iwn ^uals   to   tin
su in, the 1 uiais baing three to
mie al lhe end ol the game.
The local team has protest 1 ,|
tin  match,   and   hai   retpieslcd
ihai ih. pi,nu who struck Mi
Cardinal) lie diiqualifiad tur ilu
remainder ol the season. THR EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, IL C.
CHARLEY'S  MAT
Charley'i Amu h.is come and
gone, luu lm ibit uill '*ing in
remembered b) j oung and old,
ami lhe eilioes ul the uuliliiu n.
she created will 11 main lo form
a pleaiant topic ol conversation
around man) .1 lin-iidi lor nan)
nighti lo uiiiie.
The IIurtiiiiliur.il hall prewn
led a 11 iltl sum ul muiii on
W1 thii sii,ti ami Thursday ol laat
Week,     I Jul ti' a lliuusand   resi
thins ui iln cit) gathered to
laugh "nul lean ran down Iheii
checks ,11 this reuiarkabl) clevei
farcical corned) *
A debt ui gratitude is owing
in Uu   uu mlu is ui  ihe  local
ili.1111.11 u uxiet).    Smh entei
lainmenta help to enliven  and
make bright ilu winter evening!
while iilliruig a whulesuiiii   and
i'ini,ii\    Innocent    lorm    01
amusement.
I inl .•iikuiii 1 Babel l\, to ob-
ligi his two college iluiius, is
prevailed upon to play the pal 1
01 llosliss, wlllill Is isseli'lal lu
lile love making .-..liunis ol JaCI
l .*,  U)  and   l halics   W velum),
ilu\ In ing diiappoinled at Um
nnu arrival  ol  Charley'i  teal
au'lt.     The situ.ti mils that   th
velop are vaitl) amuaing,   Su
l-taii, is Uicsiui, the lather ol
.liiik and a Mr Stephen Spetti-
gm, Oxlord solicitor!,   arrive
upon lhe sulle, allil llie bin nil
lies lulliul  the  lule making   ol
these gentlemen with the sup
poaed rich   Aunt   irom   Brazil,
[when the nuts come Iran).
Tin- real .nun arriving upon
lhe sii iu  allu  all, leads lu the
iliMuiiiiiitue ui tin three college
iluiuis, but matteri are ulu-
in.itch explained, to tin disgust
ol Mr. Stephen Speltigue,  aid
the gem ial men uiniii ui the
others.
Suiiili Humphrey! Lord Feu
court Bah rl) 1 dul tno 1 ui the
haul work .nul proved liinueli a
iuliltill.it>   "I   Ver)    COUMill    il'li
ability.   He loohed Uu- uli'. lad)
to the letter, .md created in mi*
nnnse amount ol real laughtei
A. I'.  Kiel)   Sir Prancii Chee
nei j played a uli a quiet uiu
|ius',ile,  whuh,   while proving   .1
conirasi lu tin mole pompous
Speltigue, created a must favorable impri -Mun  .md  distinct!;.
lell tlic desire lu see lum 111
suuie llesh lule.     A    B, StCVCU
sun   1 Mi    Stepoi n   .-sp, uigi.i
pi.md in lus usual clever man*
Mr.       Th,   two  1 hums,   ,l,uk
ChaVjtte] and Charlea Whycoine,
I llall)   Mil'liiTsun and  1\  Dlp-
loch) cannot ue si ob n ol too
highly. Tlui wurkid togethei
like *i in.nluiii, throwing spun
and intelligenct into their ten-
pectin p.uis. Truly a mart
piece ui acting. Ur. Pratt ia
Un small bm important part ol
llrass, I,   gaVI   a   i|i'li t   UU'.   ur.
iii,,'iu college icout.    Dm tin
production was lhe lour ladles,
Mrs. A. I-i. Kealy, Miss l.i.nl
Will,   Miss    l am, inn    ami    Ml s
Stark, lu ilum beings ,1 un
bug,  shan  ul ih,  siiiuss ol tlu
um i i .\ai ting earned) ihat am
aii ills 1 nuill ass.il .     Gull lied III
perfect laite, ihey juitified,each
and all. ill, , uiilidem 1 i,pus,i|
III them bv tile iiilllllllllii  ul llu
sm nu, ami pimui that than
au 111 Nuiili Vancouver, some
latins ol 1111 small histnonii a-
lulity.
Tin  sn mn   ami ilm.il dl
lions,    bi    Mi.   Adam "ii   and
llllpsull   a\l    Wllllt      lis
petllii K . 'la si l\a  a spei lal wind
ol piaist.     Tin   'hi"     ' ttingi
diitingniahed   bj   perieel
laili   nul 1 ontribdted u i \ con
idl : abl) In 'he *Ui 11. 1 ol llie
pitiiarm.mu      The s,ni,u  luu 1
be in.iiuli   congratulated   on
what  bas Del II 1 ollslderi (I oil all
l'i'    .     till      ll*  |t      ill,Ull,lilt      pllli,I
III.iiiit  sei 11 mi this side   ul    lbi
lull I. and Mi sti venaoa h u
undoubtedly made good his pto
•u a a 111. ■ I   .till    pTOdUl Hull   III
I'i iiii 1 s masterpiece am il tl*
vu lllll \ ul \ aliuiiliil l"l llu
p.cl mx years.
The publii will look lorward
with iln liveliest Intcrni to thi
produ     1 1,1 "David Gurrick "
mourn ul by A   E, i'i al)
in ,1 uw will ihostii remarlu
W. Tuuiityne   and   Q   II   li
havi lormed thi Lonidale
Brokeragt I o , and haw *
II hed 'inn office In thi Weatern
•ration building, Beer the
lerrj whari,
BANK OF HAMILTON
Tlio Opening and Maintaining of a
Sn v ir.jis Bank Account is a duty (hat
everyone owes, bolh to themHelvea
and to those dependent on them.
Your Savings Account Solicited.
II.   I,   PAYNTKR, Agent
XOUTH VANCnrVKR, B, C.
if You want to Sell Your Real Estate
Advertise it in The Express
Save your Piano by having
an Expert do your Tuning
T. BRADLEY-TAYLOR
260  Second   St.,  Weat
Work liiinranteeil,     Drop I postal anil
I'll call.
N. V. Transfer 6
Livery Co. *«■]
Phone 97       Night Calls 106
Cartage, Removal*.
Parcel Delivery,
.   -  STORAGE  -
All M.il add: *-red to Box 157
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CIGARti AND TOBACCOS
STATIONERY, MAGAZINES
OFFICE SUPPLIES, ETC.
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X Fred. Bosquet,   Pro|>. \
Near Ferrv Landing
J    111 l/uistlale Ave ..cm _*,,
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WEDDING
RINGS
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is The Last Chance
t to Purchase Lots on
Burrard at the
Old Prices
On December I st we have decided
• ■ to advance prices in this well-known
subdivision. A few more of the large
::  lots left close to the wharf.
At $150
T T
•;  One-fourth, cash, balance 6, 12 and   '■'
18 months.
REMEMBER
THE BRIDGE WILL BE BUILT
Aie lioucl • ior, but cot '.iy women, yet i it. hir sex ne often
comulted about the purchase,
or tluy shouki 'if. Wedding
rings cannot lie too good in
quality thaj art- not everyday
ptlll hases. Wl havi them in
heavy solid gold, |aai ataad
to last a long lilt-time. In
othei styles of rings we --asity
take the lead in variet;, quality and low prices. Huy your
jewelry h * ind '-n-j will get
the best value lor -iur .noney.
GRASSIE&CO.
3tt CssiVe Btreet
Underwear
'I'lie told nights put ua in mind ol heavy Undarwtar, Shirts,
Sweatem, Knit Wool Vests and everything necessary for winter
near.   They lira all kepi here in great variety for men and hoys.
Men's Heavy Union Underwear lor     50c.
Men's Heavy Wool Fleece Lined,  best quality     75c
Men's Extra Heavy Wool Ribbed Underwear     1.00
Men's Blue Tip I'tnman's Unshrinkable Uiulerweir...    |,Jj
Othll lines ol Verv Fine Wool, Unshrinkable, for 1.25 to 1.50
Boys' Underwear
In Fleece Lined, sizes jo to 33     35c. up
In Heavy Wool,       "       "         30c. up
In Very Fine Wool, sizes 22 to 32     50c. up
Fancy Vests, Over Coats, Men's Suits
In the very latest styles.
CUMMINGS
Gent's Clothing, Furnishings, Men's,   Ladies', and
Children's Boots and Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
W.   H.  STONIV
w. e. MoaitiniN
I.  lilUV
Snle |H8tl' >r Mureacn, Ihe beat
111ateri.1l lor walla and ceilings
Phone R!0
W. H. STONEY Q CO.
Signs of every description
Wlllpsperi, 1'iiintis, Oils, Varnishes, &v.
House  I'aiiiting, tila/.ing, Paper Hangi ig,  Kalsomining
Deiorating, i-tc.
Ki-H
E. W. McLEAN
Pender and Richards
Look for thl .'-ov-e trade mark,
the sign nf quility, on your
cereal loods.
We m-it, icture the best
Rolled Oats
on Ihl narks! today.
Leave yotu orders with us lor
HAY, '"-RAIN
AND   CHOP
Troni t Delivery
Satisfaction Guaranteed
iheBrockman-Ker
Milling Co.
'.ImlVil.
l.i .* ule   Avenue,
at ten* I anuisg
Jas. Chapiii,       local minager
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!    NORTH VANCOUVER
I'.lall l«i: *l -I. U.ll
Pr„|,ti.t..i.
STEAM
LAUNDRY
Everything new ind up-to-date.     All classes ol   laundry  < >
work foi hotels, houses, individuals, etc.
Pint-dan work  My  litest and  best methods.     City  ind
ilistnct delivery.    Moderate charges.
Have your Launbry Word done locally,
III III (Illlt I  AND HOOKS:
14th Streit, (ait
Dims iown ornci
37 lonsdale Avi
Cars  leave I.iry  landing lor
all points, as lollows:
•6.15 a.m.
*6.45   "
•7.20   "
7-50   "
8.20   "
R.So   "
020   "
9-45   "
Alter wni h r* rs leave at ten
minutes pnst tie hour and twenty minutes  to  the hour  until
midnight.
Can leave Lonsdale Avenue,
Keith Road, and yueenabury
Avenue Terminals as lollowi:
•6.05 a.m.
•6.30  "
•7.00 "
•7-35  "
8.05  "
8-35  "
9.00  "
9.25  "
9-45  "
10.3;   "
10-35  "
After which 'irs leave it live
minutes to the hour aid men*
ty-five miruies alter iW kovr
until uiulnu l.i
For Grouse Mountain tike the Lonsdale Avenue car. For
i,vn 1 Valley tnke the Queensbury Avenue car. For Capilaao
tike the Keith Road car.
Not on Sunday.
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in
Om   'utrter lore lilock, on Centtl Uoad, close to itore and car line.
|276. $7.r) cash, the balance in 6, 12 and IH monthi.
Ani'tlur map in  Lynn Viilh-y—I acres in D.I.. 2169, fl07ft.   $fi7n
(Mth, the balance in Hand 12 11 onths.      For a ihorl linn- only.
THESE ARE THE TWO 'JEST PUYS IN LVNN VALUf
Martinson & Co.
Heal Estate anu  Insurance Agenlt
NORTH VANCOUV EH. B.C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, R. C.
2500 Per Cent. Profit
Is made on every barrel of oil produced in the great California petroleum fields.     Oil sells for 50c. per barrel at the
well, it costs 2c. to produce it.     Figure out the profit for yourself.     How would you like to own stock in a company .
operating in a field where millionaires are made while you wait?
What $100
Made in
California
Oil Stocks
fioo invested in New York Oil
company has since had a value
of $3900.
fuio invested in Hanford company is now worth $4000.
Unin invested in Peerless Oil
company   now has   a value ol
(too invested in San Joaquin
has since gone up to $5700.
{100 invested in Kern River
company now has a value of
$0500
Jum invested in Central Oil
company represents a value ol
115,000.
Jum invested in Alcalde Oil
company made $30,000.
1100 invested in Home Oil
company has since been valued
at 140,000.
It is just 1 matter ol time before we should be in this roll of
honor.
What
California Oil
Is Doing
For Others
California'Oil is making mil
lions for others annually.
Oil has produced the biggest
combination of wealth in the
last half century ever known tu
man.
One man alone is richer than
many kingdoms.
Oil has built railroads, dreadnoughts, steamship lines, electric plants and controls empires.
Oil is the poor man's gold
mine—liquid gold they call it at
the well.
Oil has made it possible for
one man to give away $115,000,-
000.
Rlaek .how. Coalinga hoMinx* ul llu- Canadian Pacific Oil Co., ol Briti.h Columbia. Limited. Pre those little fly snack. ? That's what tln-v louk like, don't
Iiu-i I Each little .lot represent) a prodiiiiii-i oil well. Perhaps u hundred wells hav,- come in since this survey was made. There ii no telling theaiai-t valued
the properties here shown, but a conservative eatinuiti' places the lijurs al 1,1,(11)0,000,000.
$19,000,000
in dividends paid by the California oil companies listed  on   the exchange out ol  1 total of
59 coinpaniel 1
JjjjgStupendous, iin't it ?   But true nevertheless.
,*_ California Oil il certainly the thing.
Over 3500 locomotives on the Pacific coast burn 15,000,000 barrels of fuel oil annual!).
The railroads of the coast are estimated to have saved |6o,ooo,ooo during tht- past five
years by burning oil instead of coil
Over 3000 vessels, plying from California ports, use oil as fuel, and burn several million
barrelsjannually*
Oil is superseding coal almost entirely throughout the Pacific coast states.
Nearly 1000 milei ol pipe lines have been constructed in California for transporting oil.
Contracts for foreign delivery held by California oil producers aggregate 70,000,000 barrels.
Over 30 refineries, with in aggregate capacity ol over 20,000,000 barrels annually, ar, in
operation in California.
About 50 tank ships, with 1 totil carrying capacity ol 3,500,000 gallons, ar.* engaged in
transporting oil.
California oil companies hive been wonderfully successlul. The stock advances are phenomenal; many stock! telling from ten to fifty times the original price, while tin dividends arc
unrivalled.
We are offering to popular subscription 350,000 shares at 25c each in a company that is
destined to pay dividends just as big, if not larger, than any companies heretofore mentioned.
In Coalinga alone the 40 acres which this company owns outright will net the corporation
$500,000 per annum when drilled up.
We also have 60 acres in the great Midway, Cal., district, with a 2700 barrel well right at us.
Then, 640 acres, due northwest of Coalinga 20 miles, i.s last but not least, a part of our
holdings. This property was drilled on ten years ago by Charles L. Fair, the noted California
millionaire.
A tragedy alone prevented this Irom becoming, possibly, the greatest oil-field in California.
When we prove this 640 acres oil land, you will hear them all say: "Yes, I always thought
there was oil there."   lt will be too late then to buy this stock.
Now, for a5 cents per share, you can buy thii stock, par value f 1.00.
There is only a limited amount lor silc it this figure.
li will be listed on the Stock Exchange later
If, in a few weeks, you are not satisfied, unload your stock it an enhanced value.
Instructions Irom lhe directorate are to offer the first stock block, 250,000 shares stock in
thc Canadian Pacific Oil Company ol British Columbia, Limited, at 25c.
This price won't be quoted long.
Terms   Hill cash, remainder thirty and sixty days.
MAKE YOURSELF A CHRISTMAS  PRESENT
Canadian Pacific Oil Co. of B.C.
LIMITED
413 Hastings Street        FRANK TUHTEN, President Royal Loan & Trust Co. Ltd., Managing Director THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
NdlTH Vancoutir. B   C.
Ratih or Sraacmmox:
Une Tear 11.1X1
Sii monthi   •        •        ■       .W
Three tiionllii    •        • .25
United *<**-«• ami r'orfign,fl.oOper.rt**ir
AliVKRTISl.Nl,   KATKS
Tkiii.iisT UtAPLiT AnvurriiiaaNT*—
.111 MM per iiii-Ii each insertion.
l.onui Norioia, Ktc.—I1.IX) pur inch per
month.
Lin i*n> Ti*ib«k S *nm    Iii ila,ri, f,S;
eu in - (7..so.
l.anti. AuviiTiaisu—Firat ni'irtinii, |n
i-aiiU por line, each auba<aa]iiniit liner*
lion, 6c. per Una.
KaVavoiHi* Kenan m Leeu n«wi Cau
cam— lUi'i-iil. I'l'rliiii-.riiil insertion.
Contbait AnvaRTiaamNTa—Ratea ar-
llllged IMOttUai tn »|»c» talmn,
AII chanucii in eonl rartadvi-rtiii'iia,' |
mull he in tin, Intnil* of the primer bj
IVedneailay evenitiijto enmrti publirallon
il till' unit  IMUta*
Norih VaNCOUVia, Nov. 26, iyoy
CIVIC   EDUCATIONAL  PRO-
BLl-liM
The trend of circumstances is
rapidly bringing the ratepayeri
oi ihe iitv lace to Ian arith a
seiiinis problem, with reaped to
sihool accommodation, Tin
Steady aad rapid increase- ol
population aithia Uu city limits, is scarcely rcall/.cd b\ lliusi
who are not lor some reason,
induced In make a study of the
situation iu llus regard,    It is
catimatad that the anmba oi
.iilillUun.il   usiileiits   who   have
coma to ihis dtj sttto last
sluing  ipproachaa   cloaelj   io
one ihtitisaiid. ll is a fad easily aiithi'iiUi.ilcd, lhat pi a*, ik ally even available resiiltiue in
the city, is now ouupied, llul
inn hntists au ordinarily rented
belore lilt) ale u-lllplcU'd, allll
lhat thurc is a steady demand
for houses, Iai  111 i.Utss   ol llli
prospective supply.
The elk'i t ol ihls Uilllix ol
population   upon   the   sitllallili
irom an educational point ol
um, i.s readily discernible. Un
Monday lasl, loi llhistralloll
len new pupils appeared at Ches-
lerlltld avenue school, and ihis
is a lair index lo lhe late ol 111-
utasc. A Ini months |go ■ \*
tensive altiralions were made
to the sihool building and two
new lot uis have been added, bill
al lhc preient tint these .lie
full, aliil Uie school i.s becoming
oviIiloivlied,  while lhc llkrca.se
in school population continues
iu unabated vigor.
The position in whii.li lhe
Khool trustee! Iind themselves
al&OUnla vu-11 nigh lo a dllellllllu
Either tot—a enlargements
iiiiisi in  made to Cheaterfield
.iiiiiiir sihool, or a policy ol expansion must be adopted, having in view the esiablisiiinini ol
olliil sillools III illllelfllt billions oi tlic uiy.     lhan i.m
 ll]    In    any   illilelillu      nl
opinion as to whuh is tin more
liisllaiili ujlllsc to pilisile. The
liirlhei cnlargcffleat ol the present sihool would give only
iciiipoi.ui ninl, ami ultimately the olher course would haw
lo be adopted. llie ill) COVCTI
a glial deal ol territory and it
is Inconvenient ior many pupils
lo come lo the centre lor sihool
i.iiihiies. Every month ihat is
allowed to pass by, complicate!
ihe situation, as to procuring
well   located   ichool sites   of
siiitablt aie,i, in llu siici.il sei-
tioiis of the city. I'm is arc
luaniieiting an upward tendency
•Hid delay  111 ihls matter Hivnlv-
i*. greatl) increased ontla) upon
ilu* pan oi the rstspayan.
The 11vu problem ol educational labilities is one thai pie
scuts the maximum of certain-
in and lhe liniiiiiiiiiii ol niiur-
i anil us.      The rati pa\ ers   will
i.a 'I,iding on sure ground  all
the w,i\, in adopting an energetic and progressive  policy   in
this matter, and will be laying
sure foundation! [or the future
attractiveneii ol thc city as a
place oi reiidence for families
ll is leal md that the board ol
sihool truitSM have- had this
matter under advisement for
some lilin- pasl, and llial ihey
au preparing a plan oi procedure ior tha consideration ol the
ratepayer!, It is to be hoped
that this plan will bc laid on a
siale  llial  will  plow*  .idei'iiate
io uu piospniiH requirements,
and that llu- ratepayers will receive u in a broad spirit ol liberality, that will not stumble
mn matteri ol detail, provided
the ulient points of thc scheme
aie approved.
CITV   LANES
The aetioii laken by llu- clly
Council al lliis week's Session,
with reipect to the opening ol
all closed lanes, details ol which
may be read in lllc report ol lhc
proceedings oi the council, in
another column, is one which is
greatly io thc internets ot ihe
city, lor many reasons, and it
is lo bc hoped thai in lllis instance, lhe result will be dilicl-
cui Irom ihal which attended
previous eilorts in ihis direction
and that suiecss will be attained.
ior tllc inloriuaiioii ol those
citixesi who arc not conversant
wilh tlic lacts, il may bc well
to stale that D. L. 274 comprised the- original towiisile ol
Norlli Vancouver, and that iu
plaiting the properly, a lane allow aim* was shown running
through each block, but in practically each instance, thc plans
showed these allowances as lot
A, and a line drawn continuously across each end of each block
showed the several lols A closed. The result ls lhat all these
allowances yet remain 111 the
possession ol the lirst owner,
exeepliug in cases where lllal
portion ol theni abutting on any
lot, has been spec ilu.illy conveyed to the purchaser oi that
lot. Hence in most bloiks the
lane allowances arc not available lor public purposes al all,
and 111 other instanecs ill whuh
they are in use, they ure private
lanes, the city in either case being excluded liom any proprietary rights therein, The- desirability ol remedying these un-
satislactory condition:,, by sc-
curing   centred   ol   all   these
lanes lor lhc city, will be readily reiogni/.ed.
lt is a recognised lact, in larger and older  cities,   thai   much
inconvenience might havi been
avoided, and main vexatious
problems might have been evaded or solved, had iliu lui use
uill ill,ult ol lhe lanes, ill lllc
ally stages ol the ally's development, and therefore, with propi 1 management, It is evident
thai North Vancoaver will bc
in position tn profit b) the mistakes ol other ellies, 111 this 11-
gard.
lhc 1 mining ol gas 111,1111s, cl-
11 uu   light   wins,    telephone
wins, and sewerage laterals
through thc lanes instead ol a-
lotig lhe streets ol the city, is
quits as satisfactory, so lar as
thlM uiu utilities are- concerned. Un the other hand, the yp-
pearattCI ol the streets is greatly improved by lhe removal oi
unsightly polus and llu- network
Oi  wiles,   while    lhe    perpetual
icaiing up ol streets, even permanent pavement lor extension
and repairs, i.s entirety obviated. In the more advanced stages ol the city's developmeut,the
luying ol suitable paVefflCttt 08
tin lanes makes ol them convenient avi nuts lor carrying much
ol the vehicular trallic, thus diverting 11 liom lhe muni llior-
NOTICE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Sonic folks intended to insure their house and property.
Meantime the lire came and liurnt them out    Do it NOW
l'lione our agents ELDER MURRAY CO., and thev will
attend to thii for you
ROYAL INSURANCE  CO.
Thl    Sherwin-Williamt    Paintt    Clflf    thi    Earth
NRE INSURANCE-ELDER MURRAY CO.
MILLINERY
DPICIAL RIDI ( HON! ON ALL
IBM-its mis
See our
HAM ami *f 12.1*0 Ii.n-  lor $7.75
$ 8.00  "    $ 7.60    "   "   ffi.00
$ D.50   "    I 5.00    "    "   $3.50
FANCY GOODS
AM MIDIIM'IKk
II BM LtAIIItR, (IC.
Eyelet Centre*, Wallacliian,
I'ill Work, Tinted Cusloon Topi
mi'i Centre Pieces ami material
lor working.
Also I'.* 11,k. with instructions.
BAHY BONNETS at !*, price      I	
MISS CURLE    "i Ltnsdalt Ave.   North Vancnuver
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THE    LONSDALE    I'J/AA'MAC) 11
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES '■
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AT   VANCOUVER   PRICES
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US A   TRIAL   ON   YOUR
NEXT ORDER. PHONE 20
P. S. THOMAS, 1'hm. B.
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oughfarcs, obviating tho vexatious impediments to trallii
that arise (rom the use of thc
thoroughlares lor loading and
unloading, whuh is characteristic ol the primitive urdt-r ui all
citiits, and also relieving lo .1
very appreciable extent, the congestion ol trallic that is prone
lo develop, in the bitsiiieiss uv
tions oi the city.
The formative period oi the
cily's growth, is the proper
time lor dealing with this and
kindred problems, inasliiuih as,
by the use ol foresight, arrangements can be made with a minimum ol trouble and expense,
whuh at a later date would lo
a large extent be impossible, ur
in other rcspints would involve
serious lomplicalioiis and great-
expense.
Pioneer
Bakery _^
S. H Walker,  •   Proprietor
Fresh Bread daily delivered
lo all parts ol the city.
16 loavei for $1
4 for 25 cents.
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
HIGH GRADE CAKE
PASTRY, ETC.
PIONEER BAKERY
phone 8       71 Lonsdale Ave
Preserving fruits
IN SEASON
Full stock of Fresh Groceries
and Dairy Produce.
Alberta llovernnnnt (reanury  Mutter
Dili linrk for $1.00.
Sr»  1,111.1  I Ca.'- Ha per ili 7f 11.
int HI I COW PARLOR
J. Dlerssen, Prop.
65 Lonsdale Avenue.
Diplock-Wright
Lumber Co.
DIMENSION LUMBER
SHIPLAP
RUSTIC
SHINGLES
LATH
FINISHING LUMBER
ETC., ETC.
Our jirices arc right.
LET US HIVE VOU A
FIGURE ON VOCE
LUM HER HILL.
HUB ill Ii VI
PltM M
17th Street, Norlh Yanceuver
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU GREENHOUSES
I     U.lll.al
choicest
CUT FL0WRES
in town at loweit price*.     (jive 11. a trial lor
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING .BOUQUETS
60? Hailing* St., W.        Vancouver, B.C
The   Sherain-W illiamt    Paintt   Ceter   thl    Earth
2 Splendid Buys
s/i !cre with house in D.L.  787 lor $600.00.
$125 secures thii
100 (t. x 133 ft. in Hlock id, D.L. 7H7, right on the city
boundry, with the most commanding view oa the
north shore of Hurrard Inlet. Only fijo down to
secure this.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
Lonsdale Avenue, near Ferrv
Phones—Office 24      House 22       P.O. Box 50
N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1909-1910
livery Tuesday—Class.    St. Andrew's Society.
Nov. li  Daace,    Merry Widow Club.
Nov. ]Q  Bnt*    St. Andrew's Society.
Dei.   9—Hall.    N. V. Horticultural Society.
Dec. 17—Dance.    Merry Widow Club.
Dec. 30—Mrs. (ireen-Arinytage.
Dec. ,m—Dance.    Merry Widow Club.
.lan.   7—Dunce.    N. V. Fire Brigade.
.lan. t2—Annual Meeting.    Horticultural Society.
Jan. 14—Dance.    Merry Widow Club.
.Ian. M  Daace,    Merry Widow Club.
Kib. 11—Dance.    Merry Widow Clnb.
». TYLER, fecretini,
Or to C. F.JACKSON, ijth Street.
mma—tmmmmmmm
West Vancouver Moter Launch Service
Launch "West Vancouver," Captain Black
Licensed lor 35 passengers
TIME TABLE
!,«.«» W,'it V.lutiliv.r
Hollyburn Whirl
Lmw-i Vanroutar
i'or Kvrrlt.' Wharl
:7'35»»i-
• 9.00 a.m.
11.00 a.m.
13.00 p.m.
15.00 p.m.
17.00 p.m.
1 ij. 00 p.m.,
i). 30 a. m.
17.00 p.m.,
(very Otif CuceM Suttity
8.00 a.m.
10.00 a.m.
i].00 a.m.
if 00 p.m.
16.00 p.m.
18.00 p.m.
 -aaturd.ai Oaly  23.00 p.m.
 »u-,d*y ftchcdule 14.00 p.m.
  "  32.00p.m.
Quickest route from Nortli Vancouver to the district beyond
Capilano River. Launch "West Vanconver"',makes connections, without fail, with the ferry tteamers from North Vancouver, as per above schedule. TIIK EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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M'lii'.faclurer
of
all kinds ol Miseion aad Antique Kurui-
tura, Htort, Office, Bank and Bar Fix-
turn,   Rapairtnf in all Its branches.
rURNITURE STORAQB
171 Third II. It., Itt. OhtiUrtdd —t Lon.'l.le
Opvaxiu lehool
MAIL ORDBRBiivui prompt attention
A grand fancy dress calico
ball will lit- held under the auspices ol the N. v. Horticultural
society, on Thursday, Dt-cemher
9th, at 8.30 p.m., in the Horticultural hall. Harpar'i orchestra. Late cars and lerry. Gentlemen Ji, ladies 50c.
Ill
ETHEL R. HARDMAN
3 Kkith Block
NOKTH MM, VKII GIRL'S SIHOOL
AND PREPARATORY
Miuei ('. II. Butler ind V. G. Cud well
DeptrtmenliikDii lermi ta followi:
Klndflrgtrten, 14 wi per month
Preptmlory. ^Vimper month,
A'lvani-1 |> uo to flO.Oil per month.
For pro«pt'CtUP,eir , apply toV.O. boi lift, or
It th<   .'im   |  . nr. I.nilvla,.-    Ave. Uli.l 17tb Ht.
MI8S
Kimrt-mc
\LICE .1/. SWEDE
nl TKAt'UKK  Of   MUSIC
(Vriilir Hi- Iiinn 1.1'ii.iiirt'oiiin'rvatoriiuii
Tuiii'iu in BngUtb, .-'reiii'ii ami tiiTiiiun
1'tipiU |in-|iari-.l lor tern-lien' and University Hx.iililnalinnl.
I,r.i"n- given at pupil's refi.li-noe.
Terms Moderate-
Aililroi-s:—Cap.lano,  Nortli Vancouver.
Local
Volunteer
ompany
c
A Word to the Wise
It Sufficient
Buy your Groceries
at the Store of Quality
Tbi* Week
fRt&ll PRUNES
!! pound bo- II.2J
Northern &|>y A[t\t\ts
l»er Bo. $2.00
C. R. Hickman
Tha Quality Store
llll Uot—ki too
Phone 40
Wl
A meeting of all who are
lling to promote the organization of a Local Volunteer
Corps of Field Engineers will
be held in the CITY HALL
on
FRIDAY, Dec. 3
It is earnestly to be desired
that all our stalwart young
men take an interest in this
movement which should appeal to men in the District as
well as the City.
Continued liom Pag! One
General Contractor
Cl.KARIHi;, ilRAMNU,   KXl'AVAT-
ING, Etc.
am mw ■ hh
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Land Olaarini, Slump and Rock
Blasting. Kxtra car* n*ar hooiM.
All damagM made food.
■ M FLO V M BNT     itllHST
•nal Bt, Wm* mt I ..na»i»i.
f 11 .Haa!  n
LYNN VALLEY
5 ROOM HOUSE.      CORNER LOT 56 x 114 FEET.
PRICE I500, CASH $aoo.   Terms Jio per month.
Pine lots 41 x 125 leet each, 2 blocks from centre ol Boulevird, price tiS° each, $100 cash, balance $10 per month.
MAY & BURNS
Real Estate and Financiil Agents
REDA 6\ ANDRUSS
PROPrVITORS
Sicond SmiT
NORTH   VANCOUVER,
moved, seconded liv Aid. Me-
Ni'ish, that the Indians be advised that lhe council is in lavor
ol the extension ol 3rd street.
After a lengthy discussion,
Aid. Dick moved seconded by
Aid. Viiim;;, llit* matter be relerred back 10 the committal <<i>-
puintcd in ihe matter, with the
underitanding ihat ilm commit-
tee is to aegotiatc Dot wily Iw
the extension ul .1 street toil,ml lhe west, but also lor llie
n IdeniHf ol Forbes avenue to 6b
Ieet, and also (or the wide-nine
j ol bth street toward lhe west to
(ili leel;  the .UUelltllllellt prcvail-
jed.
; Altl. Young brought up the
matter of the opening of all
Lines in 1). I,. 274, and suggested that the city solicitor lie instructed lu secure the services ol
a si'liiiliii 111 London lor the
purpose ul approaching Mr.
Il.iiuiucrslcv, with a view to securing Irom him a quit claim
deed in lavor of the eity, to all
1,itus still remaining in his possession. It was ultimately de-
cidud that the city clerk have
quit claim deeds prepared and
forwarded to Mr. Ilaiiimersley,
wilh the request that he execuic
the same and informing him ihe
matter is one ol immediate importance to the city, as the new
ga.s company, and the telephone
company are both desirous oi
running llieir lines along ihe
lams, and also that the city
may require thc same in council urn with the sewage svslein,
iiboiu to bc installed.
On  motion  of  Aid. Schult/.,
sei untied by Aid. Dick, it   was
iisnlved thai all private latu-s
1 throughout thn city, he taxed.
Aid.  Young reverted to   the
{mailer of telephone tolls lo lhe
dty ol Vancoaver, vith whieh
the council dealt some  months
! ago, and Hgfutad that a new
ICOmnittM be appointed lo treat
with the company in this regard
1 On motion ol Altl Diek seconded
In Aid. Hi aim, Aid. Young was
re  tppoiiiUtl to   seek   Irom   tllc
company a reduction   ol   lolls,
and an addition in the number
ol circuits available from this
city.
On motion of Aid. McNeish it
was resolved to call a publii
meeting oi the ratep.iu-rs on
Tuesday evening nexl, ior the
purpose of considering llu sa a
tragi silienic as submitted by
City Engineer Hanes.
Kngitiuer Hanes laid mi lhe
table complete plans and profit'
es of a sewerage system lor the
nunc iiii, loiuprising .1 Sturm
sewn, laterals running east and
mst into one outlet. A high
level sewer for all above Keith
road, and a low level RWd lur
all below Keith road. One
main 111111k suier to run along
Forbes avenue to 23rd street.nul
main trunk sewer to run alung
I,uiisdale avenue to 17th slreet.
The route ol the sewerage system is utilliiieil as iolluws along
Forbes ave. Irom the Inlet. tO
bth street, alung tf— street to
.•'iitbcs an , alO*g Forbes 000,
lu 1 s I li slreel. alullg Isth street
I tO t'luslel lu-lil ave., alung tins
turlield ave. to iwtli street, I
utlg Mill slteet tO Lull-dale
:,tu . and along l.iiii-d.ili .iiiiii   land street.      The estimated
coal is 148,935, oi whiih hoik)
Inl   at   sl   J0  pel    Iimt     Mill      llC
chargeable to troatagt tax. this
ainoimlitig lo Sll>,.>'«'. 'ind 1' M
ing 132,433 l" 1h' ntheiWiM inu
vulul lur Tin- not ul llu slmiu
sewer is estimated at 930,000,
The report was laid on tht Utile
lor future 1 unsidi ration, and
lotincil (idjourned.
DISTRICT LOT 1039
39 blocks sold, vt block- lelt on Tuesday the 13rd. Still plenty to choose Irom but selling list.   Ten North Vancouver investors among the buyers.
REMEMBER—This is the nearest West Capilano land to the propoiad Railway yards,
nearest to the new steel bridge over the river. It lies between tin- Keith Road and Martin-
Driveway.    The tramliue will run through it.    Trails are open on the roads.    No Ravine**
PRICE $200 FOR A FULL QUARTER-ACRE
$20 cash, $aa.jo quarterly or $7.50 monthly.   NO INI BREST.
JACK LOUTET
213 I/onadale Ave., I'hone \" llramli, li-rncr ijum-ii ami I.'uiwIh!''    Tin |>li"iie'.
NortH VaNooUVer
HOSPITAL
comductid ar
TIIE MISSES DAWSON
CarliflcaUd Surgical, Madieal snd
Malar nit y Nursas
Sweat Slat Out n Applcstlta
For  mm  apply at  tha Hoipilal
Cor. li.l li Slre.t dl St. Amir.. •» Ave
PHONE  69
—
D. C. SCOTT, Proprietor
A full nud complete Hock oj tlrureriei
Vruiu, Dairy I'rtiducti, Fluur and Veal,
VtgeMti, Ele., kepi tm hand.
Deliicr) nnil. lo ill p.rli ol tl,. cit;
i'iii Keith Ruad and Mahon Avrnae
Phone hi,     North Vancouver
lor Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work  .   .   .
jo to THOS. 0. MILLS
I'loueasr Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hall
leaders for Debenture Issue
TENDERS are invited by the
Nortli Vancouver City Kerries,
Limited, lor $128,000.00, 40 year
5 per cent. Debentures of lllc
Company, guaranteed by the
Corporation of the City of
Nortli Vancouver. For lurthor
particulars apply to i»C subscriber, with whom tenders
must Iw lodged In-fore 1 i o'clock
nOoti ol the 22nd day ol December, 1909.
The highest or any tender not
iieussarily accepted.
All envelopes to' Ik- addressed
to the Secretary of the Company, alld marked, "Tender (or
Debentures."
H. E. KEMP,
Secretary-
Vancouver, B. C.
November 18, 1909.
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NUGGET
JEWELLERY
Your tkt distant (rii-nils will keenly appreciate lliri-tiniii
■jilt* uf aagflt-"n*a**UlUd •juld jewellery.
Ilrtmi-lii'i, Waliii Chains, Cuff Links, Tie I'ini, Searf I'm-,
Har I'inti, t-U'., are incliialeil in llus 1111 i.-11.- Iini1. .--.iiueiiir*- "i
Canii'la, nt llritisli Cnliiinliia ami ul Vancouver likewise make
very ilesirable Kilts. They convey lu frieiuls an iiiipies-1,111 **(
this, your adopted home.
Our stocks in these lines have lieen MMttbM with cure and
tusle.   They offer unequalled op|iortiinity fur eliuiee.
Your selection should he made now, thai your fjWt may
raach their destination bolore Christmas.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Gold and Silversmiths
Hen. K. Trorey,
Managing Director
All cars stop at Btrk's
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NORTH VANCOlVtR f CRRY I Mt TABtt
STEAMER ST. GEORGE
Leave Van.      Leave N. Van.
"6.20 a.m.
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Time Table subject to chan ge without
STR.NURTH
Leave N. Van.
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Leave Van.
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notice.
Lynn Valley
The Garden Spot of North Vancouver.
An Ideal Place for a Home
An AI Investment lor Small Capital.
Quarter-acre Blocks only 7 minutes walk from the new
cariine.
PRICE:
Inside Blocks,    $200
Corner Blocks,   $250
Cash only $25.00; balance $10.00 a month.
Since Saturday, at 9 a.m., we have sold 65 ol these  blocks.
YOURS IS HERE
GET IT QUICK
We have se'veral clients (or North Vancouver acreage.    It will pay owners to list their
property with us.
Kirkland £ Gillespie
Office Open 9 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m.
Telephone 3216 737 Pender Street, West THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
North
Vancouver
IS   ACKNOWLEDGED   TO   BE   THE
Choicest Residential Locality
ADJACENT TO BlIRRARD INLET
Scores of houses are now building. Families are sleadih- streaming io.
RAPID  GROWTH   SEEN   EVERYWHERE
The many advantages that North Vancouver offers
cannot be duplicated
Reside at North Vancauver and be content THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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(or profitable Investment
Safety •■ Income •• Profit
North Vancouver
CALL AND SEE OUR
Large and exclusive list
Correspondence Solicited
•I
Choice City Lots-Cleared
CHESTERFIELD AVENUE between Keith Road and 8th itreet,
a few 50 loot lots. Price $1200 each, termi one-lourth cash,
balance in 6, tl and iH months.
9TH aud RIDGEWAY. Double comer. Price $1500. Terms one-
fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months,
14TH STREET, in Block 53. Two lots each sire 50 x 156 ft. Price
J515 each.   Terms one-third cash, balance in b and ll months
1 jth STREET. Two lots in block 52, each size 50 x 156 It. Price
I500 each.   Terms one-third caih, balance in 6 and II monthi
4TH and SUTHERLAND. Corner. Price $1000. Terms one-
fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
3»d and SUTHERLAND. Double corner. Finest view in the
City. Price $2500. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12
and 18 months.
I3TK STREET, in Block 83. Lots size 50 x 157 feet. Price |6oo
each.   Terms, one-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months.
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, lull sized lot only J1500, all cash
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, corner. Price J2000. Terms,
one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
OTTAWA GARDENS.   A (ew choice lots at first coat.
GRAND BOULEVARD. Choice of all the unsold lots at firit
prices.   Select neighborhood.   Building restrictions,
BEAUTIFUL HARBOR VIEW TRACT. A lew lull sized lots
yet obtainable (at firit coit.) Prices from f 175 to J250 each.
Termi, one-fourth caih, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
LONSDALE AVENUE. A few remaining lots at first cojt. Prices
from (475 to $500 each. Terms, one-third cash, balance in 6
and 12 monthi.
KEITH KOAD. Corner in block 5. Price $715, Termi one-fifth
caih, balance in eight quarterly payments.
Semi-Business Property
KEITH ROAD AND JONES AVENUE. Corner size 60 x 140 ft.
Price J2000. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and iH
months.
LONSDALE AVENUE in heart of the City. Site for business
block.   Size 100 ft. x 130 ft.   Price only fgooo.
West Capilano
A few choice acreage tracts at prices that insure a handsome profit.
Lynn  Valley
Acreage tracts and blocks at less than one-half the prices per acre of
adjoining lands that are subdivided and being sold in lots.
Efttatea
As we are Sole Agents lor the sale ol propertiet and a large number
of Estatm in the City and Diitrict intending purchasers get
the benefit ol first prices as well as the largest list of North
Vancouver propertiet to choose from.
We have alio a good list of property Ironting on waterfront, ist, 2nd
and 3rd streeti.   A few snaps at less than prevailing prices.
FIRE INSURANCE in reliable companiei.
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.D. 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, wilh chief place of buiineis in North Vancouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C., Telephone 15
COSTLY Ril
The most serious lire that
Nortli Vancouver has experienced lor many months, occurred
Sunday night, when lhe Iioum*
on 13th street east, owned by
R. E. Macnaghten and occupied
by T. A. Martin and family,
was consumed. Mr. Martin had
been in attendance at church service, and upon reluming, lighted a lire in ,t lu open fireplace in
the dining room. Aboui 10.15
o'clock he detected a roaring at
the back ol the fireplace, but lor
a time supposed lhat the chimney was burning out. Later,
however, he detected a crackling sound and staried to investigate. It was discovered lhat
one ol the rooms upstairs was
full of smoke. Mr. Martin
broke through the wall with an
axe and discovered thai the pai-
tition was all ablaze inside. He
instantly rang up lhe lire department and then turned on
the garden hose, in the hope oi
extinguishing lhe Uames. The
lire had loo much headway .however, and it soon became evident
ih.it it was beyond control.
Many neighbors and friends
had gathered by this lime and
every eflort was made lo save
as much ol lhc household ellects
as possible. Mosl oi the ellects
on thc ground lloor were conveyed to safety with thc exception ol the contents of thc drawing room, a great portion of
which were lost. Thc entire
contents ol the upper storey
were a prey to tlie dailies. Thc
house was a new one recently
completed by Mr, Macnaghten,
specially for Mr. Martin's occupancy, and examination goes to
show that defective conitriutimi
was the cause of the conflagration. There was no insurance
on either house or furniture.
Mr. Martin's insurance had
just expired, and he was deferring ins renewal until the lamilv
were fully settled in thrir new
domicile. Mr. Martin is residing temporarily on 21st street.
IMPORTANT TRANSF1-.K
A syndicate COBipond "I local
buyers, this week purchased a
tract consisting of 2] acres   in
'D. L. 616. The privitnis owner
was Jas. C Keith. The property lies between 171I1 and 21st
streets and between William and
Rulus avenues. The deal wns
negotiated by Marlin & Smith,
and lhe properly will immediately be subdivided and placid
on the market. 17th, 18th, 19th
and 20th streets will bc cleared
through thc property. Thc lots
will be ol large size, namely 50
by 147 feet each, with a lane
through each block, making in
all 140 lols. Tho property will
be known as "Boulevard Addition."
Card oi Thanks
Editor Express:
Sir,—Through the medium ol
your columns I wish lo express
the sincere thanks ol my wile,
daughter and self, to thc many
who were so brave and encrj-ei
ic in saving our ellects from thc
disastrous lire on Sunday night
last. To our many kind IruntU
(iheir name is li-gum) who have
come forward to our hei]) siihi,
we can only oiler our gratitude
and assurantis ni Imw inmh w,
feel llu-ir ails ,il kindness .unl
sympathy.    Faithfully youri,
THOMAS A. MAKTIN
Thc N. V. Fish Market, l'.
Coma, proprietor, has been removed (rom 8lh street, to 1.1
street west, in the store formerly occupied by P. Branca.
For Fall Planting
llulll. (rum  thi  tieit  Kuropein tail
J.t|.«ti Kronen.
liuin,- grown Iruit and nrnami-nttl
trreti, grown od up-land mil without irrigation, in the onl; part ol the American continent not infested with the San
J nea icale.
Garden. Field and Klovn-r Seed.—teat-
*l .lock Irom the belt grower, in the
world.
Win- Fencing ind Gate*.
Spray I'nmpi, Fertiliiem, Pee Supplies, Out Flowen, Spraying Material!,
etc.
White Labor only.
New 167 page Catalogue Ire*.
M. I. HENRY
Greenliout** and SeedhouM-a,
3010 Weatntinat-'r Koad, Vancouw B.C
Branch Nun-err I  South Vancouver
Builders and
Contractors
P. LARSON ii prepand to
supply
Lime, Brick,
Sand, Cement
And all kinds nf Huililing
Material in quantities to suit
ami at ruiuonublt; price!.
—APPLY—
HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER
TKI.El'HONE Ko. 1.
LijnD Valley Lumber Co.
Are prepared to deliver at shortest notice
;   ,    :    :    :   all kinds of    :    :   :   :   ,
Rough  and   I)re»»etl
LUMBER
Clli| Office, 39 Lonidale Ave.   Phom *M>
P.O. ADDREft&i       LYNN CREEK, ft.C.
Tbe
GRAND BOULEVARD
NORTH VANCOUVER
The Broadest  City  Avenue  in  America
This Boulevard is all cleared and graded, and its 24 garden division! have been planted with
trees and shrubs.
CLEARED BOULEVARD LOIS
Inside Lots, 55 x 140 leet or 150 feet, each J1000
Double Corners, (2 lots together), 104X140 faet or 150 feet $2500
Cleared Lots in Block* Adjoining Roolcvard, size 50x13?
Inside Lots, according to position $700 to JHoo
Double Cornen J1650 to J1750
Terms:—J-j caih, # in 9 months, yi in 18 months.    Interest on deferred instalments 6 per cent.
The position of this property makes it ONE OF IHI BEST RESIDENTIAL Silt UIONS IN INE
WORLD. With its southern aspect, open space, elevation, magnificent view, and all modern
conveniences (electric railway can running the whole length ol the Boulevard, 60 yards from
residence lines, water and electric light).
Purchasers are not obliged to build, but all lots fronting on tha Boulevard are sold on
condition that for 20 years nothing but residences, each of minimum coil of (4000 can be built
thereon.   Thus the property is legally prottctad against depreciation.
Compare the above prices with those of otherjproperty.
North Vancouver real estate today offers unrivalled opportunities
to investors.
The City Ferry Co., will shortly build a new modern ferry boat
andjmake improvements in the landings.
The Second Narrows Bridge seems now to be assured.
Maps and printed information as to the City of North   Vancouver will be supplied on
application to
lit
•a,     H>
North Vancouver Land £> Improvement Co
►Uhon, McEarland & Procter, Ltd., Official Agents
COBS Ell PENDER AND BEYMOVR STREETS, VANCOIVER, B.C TIIE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
1. (). O. K.
North Vancouver Lodge, No
VS, meets everv Thursday mil
ing, comer Lonsdale iveniu .n.i
First strict, at B o'clock, VilH-
ingabit-tlntn cordially invited to
attend. Edwin Petri, N. 6.;
Thos. S. Nye, Rei.-sec; .1. II.
Pilling, Fil.-MC.
i — ■
Board ol' Trade
Norlh Vancouver Hoard ol
Trade meet! the third Tuesday
nf enii month, at >s o'clock p.
in., in tin- board room, City
Hall. Execntiri meets the lirst
Tuesday of lack month. D. G.
link, rtisiilcnt ; .1. R. .1. Murray, Secretary.
LAIN Ull   STOLEN
To purchaae a gaaolinc launch
at d cost approximating fioo,
ami a few hour.-, later to dis-
COVer that the launch has disappeared, was the somewhat slanting experience ol i. B. Paine, a
lev dayi ago, Mr. Paitti became tlu poaaeuor ol lhe launch
'Gad-About' on Saturda] uveu*
mj;, ami on Sunday evening ilu
lio.it wa**, not in   lit   found   at
her tnooringi,   'lhe local police
wele   llotllieil   .llul   alter a (llli-
Bill Rl
jrd itreet, cor Lonsdale ,tve
BLACKSMITHING
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
ETC, EK
Ti>iii Sharpening a ipi i ialtj
rgToMPivir secuseo
.ui thr butintM ot Manntactun r*
f- ■ *,-.-      it   wn
itv ■ f having Ih-ir Plti it I
il    ,
nod mt* pwlRVMNriAMsrrKntui
<       . Marin*: At Mari n, H ,'*■!.,.    ■ fc'orkl«ii<
I "•  M,,.t.mt   -unl WMhlVrlM  D.r   |; *_
COAL
HEW wh MNOTON Deal
dtrtact imm the nilum.
Place \nnr urilt-r- nuw nntl
aetata ronrwinter'iauppljr,
i trie iblpmnlj will arrive
in a Im iiiit'.. Prion rtphl.
I.»rg» iit|,|)ly a,f WOOD
al vt .iv. uti itati-i    ....
P.    LARSON
Hold North Vancouver
Telephone .No 2.
i
GROCERIES
PROVISIONS
BOOTS AND SHOES
GENTS' fUrNisHiNgs
Our lim  is to gjvi sattst.irlion
io out, Ltitomen,
U ir irli,, r. |ot tO all pails ol
the eity. II yuu hlVI no tele
phone Inti vour name antl
our di Iwery uill i all
DODDS 6
TYSON
1 e; 1' pliiii,.   11
1    i   Ith St. ami Lonsdali
60  YEARaf
EXPERIENCE
i»ni Mame
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Cowchti Ac.
* nra-n. .mi'tni b .kntrh .r,^ rfwnrtpllnii «m
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InMnllna urn*.I Ir I ..,M»bl«, C.iuiiiiiiilflt
I"«t«-,t« Ukoti tiin-uiili Jtuiati \ (..,. reo-J J.
Scientific Mricait
A liwla. iii.if Uln.lr.t-v.a,, air   r  *.*,..*,,,
jaliuul •j-ibj ..ii*,,. ii.* j „.-,„..
_iti, •i.*s«r«4r,i.„i«u.,r,|,. ,   .,,,,,
m 'id* "|i-ni**n, *
MUNN S Co »•"•'»—•r. New York
tmi Mudr*,, WattSSa. if c
jfent sealili, the) slKucle'l 111
locating   lhe  boat  al  llie  Ilea.
ley A\eiiiie whari, Vancouver,
it was learned that two men
i al tying Miles Were seen lu In ing
tile   bfliat   lo   the   wllall   aliout
■even o'clock Sunday evening1,
jump ashore and Inui) away.
lilts were not in possession ul
the launch lur mure than abuul
one hour, as she was seen at lui
mooring! at six o'clock. Thc
seaiih lor the perpetrators ol
lllc deed is bciny diligently prosecuted.
UBITUAKY
Thc luucral of the laic B, U,
tone ul this city, was held oil
Monday afternoon, and was m
charge ol the lueal order ol the
Knighta oi Pythiai, Iheie a-ai
*i largi attendance ol iia- members ol the Uidcr, a uumber, ol
jn nale elli/.elis being likewise
iu the cortege, .Mr. loik- was
but ii years of age. He had
been in business in this eily lur
only a lew months, having established the North Vancouver
Schoul ol Uuk. During his
short residence here, his personal Militia had made lur linn
many (riesdi, while his eatar-
prilUlg anil energetic business
inclllods had resulted ill lhe es
labliihing ol a busmess whuh
gave every piollllsi ol COMpil
uou.-, iiirrm Kev. J. U. Gillam officiated ai the nrvut-4,
.nnl in addition ihe luipruiivi
serviee ul the ICttigfet! ul I'y.lu-
II was held at the interillelll.
lhc pall beaten weie AUsm.v
Uuicion, Prime, Booth, Tinker,
lleiisoii aiul tt'. n. .-ti-iii).
WORTHINESS MONEY
lhe jiassing ul l>. S. Coaiedvr*
ale money has nut yet been dis-
i ai dul as a method oi operating
b) thu.se whu sellellic lu swindle
lllc public. Several ol lliese
worthless notes were palmed uli
ou Vancouver merchant! reccnt.
I), and uu   .Uunday,   evident!)
ila- tame operator paid a visit
tu llu* slure ol .Mrs. Hogg, I'.s
planadc wesl, aud alter making
certain parckaaaa, hauded Mrs.
tlogg a tell dollar bill. I pM
being informed that she had not
sullicient change, he generously
made additional pinilia-.es, until, by dull 91 making IM ol
I'i aau ally all thc small mohe)
in tht till, the dung! WU made
and the uiuoii-,eiuUablc lliicl de-
parted. Later Mn. Hogg*
tuipicioni became aroused, ami
she i.irilull) examined the bill
and luund that H was eUilelltly
two un doll,ii biii.s paatad to-
gether. ll consists ul two dif-
lerent huts, each bearing the
name ol tin* Merchant! I l'lain-
ns Hank ol the |UU 01 Georgia
OM (act bearing  llij tl.i'V   In'j ,
and the other, .Iiuu, i860
In hei dilemma, Mrs. llugg call
ed in 11   \. Bakar, -.ink al th*
Hotel    North    Vain "tiler,    wlm
happen 1 'I to pass 1 lu itoit, * ho
-nlilllllieil  the not,   tO  llll   bOh
■md eaubliahad tin lacl thai ll
wa.s w uithless.     Mi. Bake) MB-
1 'imis'iy iccured con 1 ibut' n*,
110111 ilu gmsls o| lli.nl Korth
\ aiiiuimi,    and    made   the    a
mount good to Airs. Hogg* A
mil deacriptios oi Uu otterei ol
lhe wollllless UlolltV is In pus
■'.Mon 01 1 h, point ul both
1 ll Its, and il he is i.ipliiiitl   the
public will in* gratified to heal
llial lhe heaviest penally lias
Inin imposed.
CONCUR!
The irtiatii . liiinni in Korth
iVancouver  lion Id be well repre-
vntul nl 1 hi ,,,!,,,n to be gi'tn
in tin Horticultural hall on Uw
evening  ol   Deti'lllbel    ist    undi-r
the direction oJ Madam Roaiai
liiuke T'.n pcogram hai bnt
i.ii.iulh .i.n.01 ged Hm ol the
mosl ,iiii,i.,tn i- feature! Will be
ilu preient Ing d lew iceMi lu
uistuiiic, one Irom ilu- "School
for Scandal," and the other
from "Richard," bv lhe well
known and capable artists, \Ii
and Mrs. Allan 11. Stevenson.
The musical portion ul tin pro
gram will bc uf a most enjoi
able character.
FINE SPECIMEN
J, MiNary had the good for-
nine to capture .1 ipli aold sin -■
men ol the blink and white owl,
on the boulevard,   near   nth
street 011 Monday, The   onl
was a beautiful bird and   was
sold to Vaintuivei  parlies.
liriiish Columbia Electric
lUilwit) Co., Ltd.
TENDERS will be received by
the undersigned lor the supplying oi 1)0 cedar poles 45 leel
long, to inch tops. To be delivered aliing the route of the
Lynn Valley extension.      All
poles must pass the   inspection
ul our loreman,   Loweit or any
tender mil iieccssarliv accepted,
W. II. 11AZI.1TT,
1'urchasing A,'jut
11. C, Bl. Ry, Co. Olhce, Cal iall
Strut, Vancouver.
November 14, 1909,
The Finest Double Corner
in,corner 5th street and St. Andrew's,   100x14c
Price $3,000.   One-third cash, balance 6 and 12.
One Acre on Plank Road
Close to Boulevard.    Price (1,050.    One-quarter cash,
balance 6, 12 and 18.
Lot on 3tb St.
Close in, $900.    One-third cash, balance 6 and 12.
C.E. LAWSON
Heal Estate Specialist 15 Lonsdale Ave. I'hone 70
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Chas. H. Cates
PILE DRIVING
AND
Genera Contracting
uri.Y AT
HEAD OFFICI--Roomi 12 ami 18,  I'lai-k Bloek
lli.'l Hastings Street. W     Telephone SOW
Or (Wl Wharf,   North Vancouver,     l'lione 186
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e •
; Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods ■
1
Gent's Furnishing and Fancy Store.
Cm.'.'ml .111,1 l.iiniadal, *\ * Eatabliihi-d IMI Ti-leplionc 51
• Wa have just received a choice selection ot
BLOUSES *
IN SILK. LACE and DOTTED NET !
Prices (rom $3.00 !
0   Sec our Table Centre- and Cushion Covers in endless variety  1
J Irom 35c. ?
• In our Hosier)- Department we call attention to the lollowing  •
}' special:-Extra Strong, All-Wool Boy's English-made        .
, Hose, 35c to 50c. ?
• Our line ol Heavy Wool Sox is unequalled     -   -   -   35c. I
i — i
I   DRESSMAKING on the premises.  •
Furniture
TO BUIT rm-: WANTS 01
BVBRYIODY
14PIMK1
C4RPET   SQUARES
■mm®
14*1
SOITB CHOICE PATTERNS
In Krd. (iri-eu niial l-'awn
ihadai
Pan t *
Sii. SO.   t'l-i"-    at"   S"  I   f IJ   ffi ■
soMt; NEW DESIGNS IN
PRI 111   PARLOR   PII CIS
Morris Chairs
l-'nmi .<i|."n I" Jis "ii
Sll (IS I OH VOUR milium WANTS
34  end  56   I ,,,,.,i»la.   »v.
NORTH SHORE PRESS, LTD.
119 First Street, E.
Phone 80
The Express
$1.00 per year
Foreign  $1.50
Fine Printing;
CATALOQUM
BOOKLETS
FOLDERS
PAMPHLETS
STRINGERS
DODGERS
CIRCULARS
MAPS
LETTER HEADS
NOTE HEADS
BILL HEADS
STATEMENTS
ENVELOPES
FINE STATIONERY
SHIPPING TAGS
LODGE STATIONERY
ANNOUNCEMENTS
MILK TICKETS
BREAD TICKETS
CALLING CARDS
INVITATIONS
MEAL TICKETS
LAPELS
BILLS OF FARE
PROGRAMMES
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i
NORTH SHORE PRESS, LTD.
119 First Street, E
Phone 80
J THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Good
News
No excuse now (or not
BUYING THAT  PIANO
Contracting for several hundred
pianos,} 375.00 to (450.00 grades
at a big cut from Manufacturers'
Wholesale Prices, enables us to
ship in
CARLOAD LOTS
and by the "new harness system," saving 10 us many dollars
in freights alone, we are now
selling
Popular   Dependable   Pianos
1.275   ttqo   *3oo   J315
,|6 aa to (10.00 per month
When you deal with us you get the
best that Thk Largest Piano Con-
cikn in Wistirn Canada, backed
by 38 YEARS  PRACTICAL IXrlRIIMC!
tnd an abundance ol capital, can
give.
Montelius Piano House, Ltd
IN-HI Kuala* SUM! W..I
Vancouver,      •       •       B.C.
THE
DISCRIMINATING
COOK
appreciates lhe Hour that gives
her the Iiest opportunity for
showing lu-r skill — to have a
constantly perfect product in
baking or pastry work.
Royal Standard Klour is the
kind ol Hour that is giving satisfaction to the women ol British Columbia. The reason lus
in lis inherent goodness — the
Insl wheat, the best milling and
the most skillful blending combine to make this Hour a special
embodiment oi superior goodness.
You should use Royal Standard Klour lor its own sake.
There is another reas.m loo.
You are likely to drav- a coupon
from your s.nk whuh cn.it-cs
you to a loo piece —itt dinner
set. There have ln-cii many
winners — there will be maty
more.
VANCOUVER B. c.
NKW WESTMINSTER   LAND
DISTRICT
District ol New Wist minster
TAKE NOTICE that Ernest
Crockford, of Vancouver, occupation cruiser, intends to apply
for permission lo purchase thc
following described land: Aboui
400 acres. Commencing at a
post planted 20 chains east ol
the southeast corner of Lot 568
thence west bo chains, thence
north 40 chains, thence west 20
chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence
north 40 chains more or less to
point of commencement.
ERNEST CROCKKOKI)
WM. DALZIEL DUKK.
Agent
October 4, 1909. 9-19
B.  C.  GA/.KTTE
There are no appointments recorded ir. the cur-ii'l issue ol tha
govanuacnt organ.
There is the usual list ol applications to purchase or to
lease lands, and also Ior coal
prospecting licenses.
The following licenses arc issued to extra-provincial com*-
paiiies: The Canadian May-
Oatway Fin- Alarms, l.ul., oj
Winnipeg, capital >ion,titiii; Thi*
Wi'sii'in Hospital & Accident
Insurance Co., L.'d., of Edmonton, capital |lOO,OOOj William
Buck Stove Co., Ltd., of Brani-
ford, capital $150,000,
Certificates ol incorporation
have been issued as lollows:
Steamer Oscar, Ltd., capiul
JHooo; British Crown Gold antl
Copper Mining Co., Ltd., capital |l,OOO,0OO; Merchants Investment Co., Ltd,, capital $50,000;
Cowichan Lake Holel Co., Ltd.,
capital $50,000; .1. A. Dewar &
Co., Ltd., capital $250,000; Sc-
chelt Logging Co., Ltd., capital
l5,ooo; Steamer Forager, Ltd.,
capital S8000; Point Grey Laud
& Investment Co., Ltd., capital
$150,000; Beavers, Ltd., capita]
$25,000; Western Sales Co. Ltd.,
capital 115,000; Three B's Oil I
Coal Co., of Btitish Columbia,
Ltd., capital $1,000,000; Tatlay-
00 Lake Coppur Co., Ltd., capital $50,000.
Thos. S. Ellis - Nelson Island Granite ytiarries—and tlu-
Pioneer Poultry Ranch, Ltd., ol
Kamloops, have assigned lor the
benefit ol their creditors.
Gco.W.Doan, of Comox makca
application (or foreshore rights
for a distance of 700 feet at the
soutji east corner of lot 87; S.
H. Gibbs of Soiuenos, applies
for 3.45 chains of foreshore in
Chemaimis district.
Notice ol private bills is given
as follows: To incorporate a
company to construct a line ol
railwav Irom Lvtlon to the northern boundary of B. C; for the
extension of thu time lor beginning operations on the Graham
Island railway.
Charles T. Dunbar ul V.iiiinu-
vc-r makes application lor a li-
niisi* tu develop tlm upper (alls
01 the Maiiiquum river,   with u
record of 1200 cubic feel pn mi
ond.
Mike Kinru, of Nanaimo, a
native of Finland and a ii.tt-.u-
ali/cil British subject, gives 1,0-
tice that he intends lo drop lhe
name "Mike Kinru" antl 10 Ik-
known by the* name "Mike llen-
drickson."
CHURCH SERVICES
Methodisl church, coiner 4th
and St. George's avenue:—
Services at ll a.m. and 7.311
p.m. Sunday school 2.jo p.m.
Sunday school at Moodyville al
11 a.m. Prayer meeting Wed-
lesday »t 7.30 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. B. H. Balderston, B.A.
Lynn Valley Institute Hall:—
Services every Sunday morning at 11, and evening at 7 p.m.
St. John the Evangelist, 7th
and 13th streets:—
Holy communion 8 a.m.;
morning prayer 11 a.m.; even-
ng prayer 7 p. ui. On the
first Sunday in llu- month there
will be a second celebration oi
the holy communion al n a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
Services at St. Clement's hall
Lynn Valley: Morning prayer
II a.m.; evening prayei 7 p.m.
Priest-in-charge: Rev. H. H.
Gilliei.
St. Andrew'i Presbyterian
church, bth street:—
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesd.i),
at 8 o'clock. Pastor: Rev. J.
D. Gillam, M.A.
North Vancouver Catholic Indian Mission;—
Sunday Services—Mass at 9
a.m. Suaday school at 2.30 p.m.
Benediction at 3 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. E. Peytavin, O.M.l.V.G.
Baptist Church, cor. 5th and
St. George;-
Sabbatli school at 2 p.m. Service! at 3 p.m. and at 7.30 p.m.
A. t. THOMAS
CARPENTEE
KSTIMATI- 01VH
UKI-AIUs I'ROMI'TI.Y ATTKNHKI)
P.O. Bex Utt Kui, IM 2nd it., I
A. Campbell Hope, C.A., Cal.
ARC IH TECT
ht Steal, E. of St. Andrews
.\11rtlt Vancouver
Office jj6 Hasting Sl.     Vancouver
l.ciirwiil ol Liquor Liccuse
TAKE NOTICE tlmt thirty
days after date, I intend lo apply to F. S. Hussey, superintendent ol provincial police, Ior a
renewal ol the liquor license of
.the Moodyville holel, held by
me, lor lhe term ol six months
commencing January 1st, 1910.
Thc Moodyville hotel is situated
at Moodyville, on lot No. 273,
group one,New Westminster district.
Dated at Moodyville, B. C,
this 28U1 day ol October A. X).,
1909.
(Signed) TOM BOOTH
8-14
New Westminster Lund District
District ol New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that A. F.
Lloyd of Campbell Kiver, occupation lish warden, intends to apply
tor permission to purchase the lollowing described lands:—About
150 acres. Commencing at a post
planted on the north-west corner
ol lol yi,\ ihenee east 40 chains
more or less to shore ol lluisc-
Shoe Lake, thence iu a north and
southwesterly direction around
shore of Horseshoe and Nanton
Lakes lo point oi commencement.
ALGERNON P. LLOYD,
Oct. 4th, 1909
Liquor lim Apiilialioo
TAKE NOTICE that 30 days
after date, 1 intend to apply to
the board ol license commissioners lor the City of North Vancouver, for a shop or bottl; license, under the provisions of
the "Municipal Clauses A--t,''
1901s, for the purpose ol selling
liquor under the provi sioas ol
sub-section 3 of section 175 of
said act, in a two ,,tory block,
to be erected oil Lot 40, Block
155, Subdivision tl Disi net Lot
274, in the City ol North Vancouver, which said lot i.s situated on the North side of First
street, east of Lonsdale avenue.
Dated this 5th day of November, A. D., 1909.
10-14 WILLIAM J. TL'LK
Dew ttosiiiiiHsirr Laud llinlrirl
District ol New Westminster
TAKE NOTICE that William
Robert  Stanley, of Vancouver,
occupution, rancher, intends  to
apply (or permission to purchase
the  following  described   lands:
320 acres more or less, commencing at a post planted about 13
chains south of the south-east
corner of lot 1239, thence south
80 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence  north 80 chains,  thence
west 40 chains more or less to
the point of commencement.
WM. ROBT STANLEY
per WM. DALZIEL DUKE
Agent
Dated August 24, 1909.     4-13
APPLICATION FOR LIQU'Jtt
LICENSE
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE
that it is my intention lo apply to the board of liuiuing
commissioners Ior the liistriet
Municipality of North Vi'in ouver, British Columbia, at tlnir
next regular meeting alter the
expiration of thirty days hum
the date hereof, lor a Hotel License to certain pu-miscs situate
in Lynn Valley in the said District Municipality, being Lot
one (i), in Block lifty-one 151),
Sub-division of District Lot Iwd
thousand and eighty-seveu(2oS7'j
group one (1), New Westminster
District.
Dated this fifth day of November, 1909.
JOHN M. DUVAf,
11-15
\t\\ Westminster Und Hislrirl
District ol New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Elliot
A. Haswell, ol Vancouver, occupation broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
About 320 acres, commencing at
a post planted on the northeast
corner of Lot 1239, thence south
80 chains, thence east 40 chaius,
thence north 80 chains more or
less to shore ol Horseshoe lake,
thence 40 chains more or less in
a westerly direction along shore
of lake to point of commencement.
ELLIOT A. HASWELL
WM. DALZIEL DUKE,
•Vgent
October 2, 1909 9"'9
All new houses should be piped for gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure for this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
POWER CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
District of North Vancouver
[AST CAPIIANO WATER DISTRICT
NOTICE is hereby given that
it is the intention of the council
ol the District of Norlh Vancouver to apply to the Hon. the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council
after the lapse of thirty days
(rom the first publication ol this
Notice for a Certificate of Approval of the proposed Water
Woiks System to be constructed for East Capilano Water
Works District, which District
or Townsite is shewn on a map
thereof filed in the Land Registry Office, in the City of Vancouver, and numbered 2812.
ALEX. PHILIP,
C.M.C.
North Vancouver, 3rd November, 1909. 10-13
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
We can handle as many more.     II you are thinking of building
see us and talk the matter over
CAMPBELL »5> MILLER
205 Lonidile Ave.
North Vancoaver
HERE
New enterprise on  Lonsdale Avenue,  No.  443
Between Ith and -ith Hwh,
The North Vancouver Piano Co. &
SCHOOL or MUSIC
Will •ell you any initruraont wanttd and teach you how to play
them.   1,1-aa-n jrntir piano Miinii; ordera at thii place.
Call ami taa ui    Kaiv term" extended to jrou.
Ai.l. QOOM AM» WORK (il'ABANTKEIi
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN * CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
319 Pender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
architects
E.STANLEY MlTTON'.M.l.C.A
ARCHITECT
413 Granville street.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AUCTIONEERS
A. M. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
66 Hastings street west
is the only auctioneer who will
pay ipot cash before the iall is
conducted
BARRISTERS
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Bairisten, Solicitors, etc.
Roomi 104-105 Crown Building
615 Pender Street
Phone 996
S. D. SchulU        C. S. Arnold
BATHS
MUSIC
Prof. JOS. E. NURNllERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Hell, Cor.
Robson and  Granville  Streets.
All Iistrumcnts.      Phone 2530
Phoue 463
M. W. WAITT & CO., LTD.
558 Granville Street
Pianos — Talking Machines —
Music Goods
The oldest music house in I, I
MR II. A. POWELL
is open in tin na pupili im
in* It mlioii   on   iiu    \ mini,
'Cello   and    l.itm.i    1
V< ti painstaking with child*
ren.    Music copied aaaily,
O'liriin  llall,     Corner   llaslinns
and lloiiiu Mn 1 ll
Phone L4260.
LADIES' HAIROREfcSING
kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer aid Pender Sta.
The only up-to-date and reliable bath houae in Britiih Co-
lumbia-
We   cure   where   otheri   fail.
Gentlemen! Win luBei with
wilds in tin lu.nl Ihruugh b.iM
lnss, when you eai -.inin ,1
well lining Toapac ol excellent
vorkmananin .11 ,1 moderate
price?     Call and contnll oar
Tmipii ln.ikii 11 mu .in in im.l
ol one. A large idection ol
pulls, braids, tr.111sl111111.tinn,
iu . always 111 stuck Mi.nn
poataf, h.urdiissing, m.uiuu.*
mg, scalp treatments, facial
111.1ss.tgc, tic, at
.maI'a.mk iiniriii.i .-
• a--'*1 limtitill,' .-lr,*,l
OPTICIANS
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Upiuian
Satiifaetion   guaranteed or no All work guaranteed
pay. Plaia baths, electric bathi, | Consultation Iin.
shower baths, massage (or bo- 49 Hastings itreet west
dy, ecalp aid face; electro therapeutic bathi a ipecialtv.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin, Germaay
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. W.
Canala'i Carta!..! WaMtarn  School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - - Manger
Opp. Cameraphone ihealic
PHOTOGRAPH*. RS
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIU
Family Group Specialists
Cabinet sue, $3 per du/m
Cor. Carrall and Cordova sis.
A. SAVARD, Propiictui
PICTURE FRAMING
PITMAN'S
Bti.Miir.vs College
632 Seymour st., Vancouver
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest itock   oi
mouldings in ll.C.lo select irom
•o when you waul naming done
Day school open all the year chMp ud weU get our prlcei.
T&i,Smh0°l C°mmenC",BAlLEY BROS CO LTD.,
__ 540 Granville and 138 Cordova
CHIROPRACTIC
i"
REAL ESTATE
!—r Ki-ro
r|,ir„|ar«rllr |. tl IHT maMliol abb U, la,
cir .Ii'l  rn mi, tl
Ir, I" I'.lm ..fl tn».,«|.' .- Cliuiil'T.i llr   lh.
oul, ■ hl-upr»'.iir 11.  Va-Mourti  i>
Einp.. ll.l   ,(D0a*taW0l< liar,a*,,»rll,*|, fr.'lll.l.'
halma-M liuu, ul I'hll.iplavt'li., !'.>''A- tl, !"»•
om..., ri.iui m, UmritoM t.i.Mk. >u loam
nut MuaaMM ii*".i- 1 i" *■ Mawa
I'un .nil ..(.iiiiiiK*
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
Keep your eye ou
EAST   VANCOl mi
HEIGHTS	
For particular! apply lo
MORDEN k THORN'I UN
Phone 815     440 Homer Street
lurkshire Guarantee k
Canadian Detective Bureau:-   I$ftMlMS   1^1)1^1.00   Llll
Offices everywhere
Vancouver Office       IS)  Umpire
MHatf|apat.-Mt        tlawM
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
DYEINQ AND CLEANING
PERTH DYE WORKS
Anderson & Hilton, Proprietors
Dyeing, Cleaning, Pressing
Ladies' dresses, silks,   laces  a
specialty
SALE & HREWITT
Agents, North Vancouver
GROCERS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groeeriei and Proviiioai
Wholesale and Retail
iln Haitiagi St. (domitiiri)
Delivery Taendivs ind Fridavi
RUBBER STAMPS
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSIRAM.E
R. Kerr Houlgate - - - Manager
RESTAURANTS
All North Vancouver people
eat at
LEONARD'S
Either Fink Block or Halting! itreet, oppoiite the new
Poit Oflice. Leonard eelli lua
tea by the pound.
WATCHMAKERS
English practical  waMiinakir,
Establish! d 1
THK GEO. H.  HEWITT CO.
Maniilicttircra
Hrm nm nm
Sign and Price Marten      IWOODIOOFK.
oFuRiiri.1. UM"!.     FosaH39i7l .11 a Carrall Street
Speiult},    i',illiag THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
LOCAL NEWS
lhe
Alex. Law, who recently re
turned liom Gabriola Inland, m
lends proceeding at once with
the erection oi several new
houses iii desirable location! in
the city.
The inst shipment ol ralla lot
the 1,\nn Vallej extension, is
expected to arrive today, Tender! are being called lor, loi the
polea, and ilu engineers and the
contractor! went over the grade
this wetk io decide upon details
,is to the erection oi the pole!
.mil ovei head  work.      It  is the
intention to ruah thi wort to
completion.
K
ANDIE
ITSHEN
A LARGE Sl I'PLYOF
FRESH  FRUIT
AND KAN DIE
ALWAYS ON HAND
I. It. I!.-mu I,     bJ lonsdale
Public Meeting
The utv council announce! .1
public meeting In the iitv hall,
011 Tuesdav next, the .lulll but.,
al *S o'clock p.m.. at whiih   tin
board ol trade, ratepayer!'  1
Munition, and property owners
are invited io collier   with   the
board nl aldermen with reaped
to the method ol assessment lor
the proposed sevuiage svstem.
WM, II* MAY,
Mayoi
III
11
Pianos & Organs
Tuned and Repaired
Chargi s Ma..'.'rate.
Saiisiaiimii Guiranti 1 d
WILLIAM LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER & REPAIRER
"Pegwell ' 1 (tli It . ■  Forbes ave.
I'. (". will receive prompt itti n
DR. H. B. HOWELL
OPTICIAN
(Inn 1.     liiirmr.l    -.in.iliimiin.   lllln
I',,   rftl -I . Vam..mvrr.
BatiBtitnPawi auialMf in Kortb
Vani tuner
W. J. BALMAIN
9IVIL   KNC1INBICR
gttantitv Hiirvnror and Archil.-d
NORTH  VANCOUVER.
*KALKD I'l.M-Kl.s all! I" reerin
'    I,; lh" fl-crr-Ur* "I lhe Nurtli   V;ii
■ >!'.\.i   l'it\    lirrii-.,   I.til.,   imlil
n'i luck II, 1,11* toltUOOn *al OaWtDlb** I-l.
|:Ki-i. i* r lit iiirt.ifhitii! ol ill mnlvrials,
■ ai,a|,lia -. labor, I '*    1. *  --*iry t"
TOiiatriu 1  and <*ompl*ti a fWolorctd
I'llliTi t.. al. ak Hi II iiilierly  l-ll'l   nl
I.i.iimI...,  atlelllli* rill a.l   Nurlli Vaill'nll-
\.t. ii. c-eordince «i I. the pleaa, -\ •
li.'.lll'*!,-. ,1. , |T. |iair,*,l liv lieairt-i* S.
Il.i.:.-, •■n-iinvr (or tin* Nurtli Vannm-
a,*r till I'',', rn ■-. I.lil . llinl IU'll nil fill-
in il.i* -1 n|h Nf '1 niiii*.'.
Puraaaol lender, with ppacltteitioni,
condition*, umaiMil ami bond attach
ed mijr b*obtained bj know n mpon-
;itrtaeton .a ilai'Oilii'i'ni the In-
(tneer, whan iha plw, pretle, ami ai.--
Uatltd drawlnfi may bl IrMpwfc***!
Each Under mn*i bi leeoaipanied bj
.1 dnodi ni nihaOf a Mrtlted eheqae.
. to ilu- or'li-r ill iln- Si-rretsry nl
iln' Nnrth Vancouver City teniae, Ud .
ia.r tin-.11111 nl .', |»*r nnt   .,n  the value
..1 iii. locompaorini taadar. which aaid
.11111 i.i in y -uli I"- f..rf,'iti*il tn the
Nnriii Vancouver t iti tantae, Ud * li
, 1,ndi 11- .1,- -«-1.1.'lainl th,- tend-
■ *r,T thai) imi t" • ri I«r ml,, llie OOOtnct
ami   -ml vtiiKii iii.lilii'l liuin mi lit the
rv nl the company.
The puwwalul tenowaf will In- n-i-nir-
edtolnrniih a I.nnl nl ten theaaaad
dollara, proptrljr bmcuUnI, ami ta, In ip-
itrured "I In tlie North Viineniivtr I in
Kerrta-. Ltd., he the faithlnl fattStWf
anei- nf tin- work.
TheI'.iiiipiiny ri--.ru - the rifhl t" r,-
a a 1  ,||,V   ,.r .ill il-llJer.. "T    |i, ,1,', I pi IB]
leader.
Na, trader iiill I"' rc.iiicil after tin
tn |.,*,*i:i,,l.and .ill Uuian ael oa
tin* blanki iiirni-liiil, ,,r unt pcoferl*
lille.l nut. mil tN reject, I.
Kim la.",**, .hall M »i|,ln-.N'.| tn Iltl
-.■■retain nl the CoPI(*nj ami marki*.!
I. n*i. r-h.r l;,*liil'*ra.*ll' ra-le Dock"
1,I.ii;.,I -.'MM*-.II. I.S*.
laiiiim ,*r
ilih.e *,: I DfilMW
tor un
Sorth Vaui'i'iiurl'ili K.rriei, LM.,   i
November lilth, i'«" U-M
BOYV   CLOTHING
Hoys' Navy Cheviot Suits, sailor collar with
cream fancy vest, extra quality   S,v:,S
Hois' Navy All Wool Serge Huster .Suits   J4.95
Hoys' Hrown Tweed Huslers, braid trimming,
splendid value      (3,95
Hovs' Extra Heavy Navy Huster Suits $5.35
Boya1 Norfolk Suits, pej tweed   J3.33
Hovs' Norfolk Suits, brow 11 tweed   J4.50
MEN'S   PANTS
Men's Tweed Pants pet pair   $1.1-5
•Men's Tweed Hants pec pair   I3.J5
Men's Pine Stripe Hants pet pair $3,73
Men's Extra Heavy Tweed per pair   S.V.'.S
Mill's Hue Tweed Hants, verv durable $,1*7.1
Men's and Hovs' Underwear iii all gradea and
prices, Irom the cheapest up to the real line all wool
garmenta,
J.J. McALEECE
KEITH BLOCK
LONSDALE AVENl'K
PHONE 93
Cleared Lots
In Blck 33A, D.L. SSO
These lots are all on gradedstreeta. Ia tine neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Prices $600 to $700
USV TERMS
S. GINTZBURGER
• LIMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
163 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
r. o, hox m.
SEE US FOR
SASH      DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,      ETC., ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR ! VIADM. foot of St. George
Wt H.ilicit » trial hid oa vioir (irdni-s snull of lur*-,-.
ALEXANDER P. RBILLY
Of/Wat* nml Ilnn. itinilrr ut SI. Anilriw'r Churth
Teacher of Pstmo,  Vocul awl 'Thenry
If alca.irt',1 iuiails pn-p»n*d lor Ihe
Tornntai 1' 'YiTlity Kuniinationa
o,    ,*       HI Uniir Stret, I'ltmie ll MM,  IVi* «W*
■'"'""■"' U.l Un—alt Auf't. Htm Snrth I'nartnitr
Nnrth Vani-'iiiver. Tua.-al.ivs ,V i'rilaiv..   Hi-fen-nce: Iti-v.Mr. Hnlum'
«9¥Wl9W f »»»tl>iiiV»4»-t>t»«»l*H )%*%*%*%*%*
ARE YOL  GOING TO BUILD ?
Come to us for tlic money ami repay it
to suit yourself
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE H.W1-: A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOTS FOR SALI
JOHN  ALEXANDER & CO.
RIAL  ESTATE   BROKERS
ui Lonsdale Avenue
Xmas fruits
QUALITY  IS WHAT VOL BHOULD LOOK
FOB   IN  YOUl  l-KClTS FOR  CHRISTMAS
BAKING
Good l-'iuits will give yiuir cake that parallel
good .lavor autl when e«t will shuw thai yuu nsnl
tin beat.
We have the t;omls vmi nciil ami mir prices
j a. 6 m. McMillan
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Canyon View Addition
All Lots at $150 are sold
A few left at $ 17 5 each, $6 cash and $6 per month.   Act quickly, all will be sold in a few days
LYNN VALLEY
Fine Lots, 100 feet from car line, 50x141, $250 each;  $50 cash, $10 per month.
HtNRYEVES&CO.
67   and   69   LONSDALE  AVENUE
Sole Agents COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO., Assets exceeding $86,000,000
PHONE 6
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