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NOKTIl   VANCOUVER,  ii. C, KKIDAV,  .MARCH 25, 1910.
NUMBER 3
Gas Question Again Before Council!   By-UwsjWl      SpecialMeeiing   I  St.John^Church
Tl.,*   eh-elors   elt-arlv   ilelitoll-     i„    f ...,r,..;,, ,„*,,.     Tlic services oil  East or   Sun-
His Worsh p the Mayor and wai aiai
all of the Aldermen were prep the lerry
eat at the regular meeting oi as lubmitted
the City Couucil hil.d   Monday     The   city   engineer
evening.
The session was a long one
and there were several import
ant features dealt with, including quite a long list oi plans
and the oiler lor the extension extent
ol 2nd street through the Hain-
mersley property.
Mr. K. Walkcm, representing
the Vancouver legal lirm of
Burns and Walkem, was present
on behall of their clients, the
recent purchasers. He stated
that  when    the   iransler   was
^^^^^^^^^^^   The   electors   clearly   dciiioii-
jstralcd   their  d«sire  at yestcr-
instnieiiil   to iK.tiiv ;day's  election   for   street    iin-
directori "I ihis i.ut provements  and  streei eitin-
jy Mr. Ker. sions.
^^     repmtnl Theru  were   only  eighty-five
that in the blowing oi a stump votes in all polled, and with Um
on   the   Lvnn   Vallev   lim    tin* exception ol   one in lhe   streets
contractors of the 6, C, Blec- clearing  and  lidewalka' inlaw
trie Rv. Co. had done   damage .and   two   in   the Rhooll extra
to the cltv's nater main lo lhe ordinate   expeiisis'    Inlaw    tin
.{' I35.05.   IK- rceom- ballot waa unanimous la lavoi
mended thnt thi account be lor-
waidcd   to   tin-   B.  C.   Elcitin
Co. ior payment.
A local Improvement petition
for tlie widening and griding ol
Lonsdale Avenue between tllc
south side of I.Uh slreet alld
the   north   side of i.stli   street,
made from Mr. Haiiiincrslcy the ihe macadamizing of tin-sired
new owners were compelled   to ,,uil iln* laving oi a h-H. cement
Bay $4,000 for the street allow- sidewalk OB either side ol   lhe
ance  (2nd  street) through   the street for the improved portion
centre ol the property, and  it ~U received and reierred to the
was the intention of his people clerk.
ol both.
Bylaw 99 wa.s to borrow >:o,-
000 and I5,  lor lhe purpose
01 street clearing  alld  sidewalk
construction   respectively   and
Bv law 100 was to borrow
200 (or the. extra-or.
school   expenses  ior  the
Following are the ligures :
Clearing and Sidewalks' Bv law
In loiise.pieiiee, oi certain pro*
posali made by Mr. W. Thomas ui the N, V. Light, Ileal and
Gas Companj at las1 Monday
evening 1 meeting ol the City
Council regardiag granting  h.s
CoUlpBBy   a J5 )ears'  exclusive
gai franchise  in .his city  Ior
whnh ,111 outline oi the terms
WIS set i.iilh 111 the form of a
communication, the council at
iiiiii ipeclal meeting held Wed-
The services on Easter
day are as (ollows :
Holy Communion at s a.m.
Local News Items
Merry Widow Dance,
.molding Ui schedule,
take   place   tomorrow
The
which,
 ^^^^^^    WOUld       jaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.
Matins and Holv Communion evening, has been BOBtpOBed to
at 11 a.m. the next regular night.
Evening (choral) at 730 p.m ; 	
The    music    will    comprise    The Pythian Castle  hall to.
Smart's Te Detail; the  proper is aiming at lieing in ii.ui.11 .s.
psalms lor the say to settings Ul lay thc corner stoiie ol dkd
by Humphreys, Cooke and kun- new building during Uie session
I'.uill,   Benediilus   by Barnby ,
Steanc's Magnilicat   and   Dun
minis and  the anthem "Aa It
of the grand lodge at  \ ancouver, the second week in Kt)
Mr.
One iSo-ft.   lot,   Noi th   I.mi
dale,  J350-W5 cash, b, 12, 1*
fcnd 24 months.   Apply to Jack
  Loutet,   IIJ   Lous-dale   Avenue,
George   Hulton, aged JJ between   2nd   and  3rd   streets,
OLD TIMER DEAD
years and a resident ol   North phones A, and I7,
Vancouver lor the past 30 or 40 l 	
died at his resiucucc on |   Mr.   Baliour    Ker,
who   has
to oiler it to the erty ior the
same price as they paid lor it.
The Council was BBanimoui
in declining to consider the proposition as a matter ol precedent and principle.
In tilie lirst instance tlie property had lieen left en block to
please   Mr.   Haiiitnerslcv    who
evidenced   a  desire  of   making uul sn*onded
1-'. i'tnk ior J, Babcock wrote
asking permission to construct
a   sepln    I,ink  under the   Mile-
walk 111 Ironl oi a block which
is being erected on 2nd  street,
just lost ot tin Palace Hotel.
Alderman Fowler moved That
It  lie- leUrn-d  tO the cHgltliJr In
report   on.    The   motion    was
North Vancouver his future domicile. Some lew vears ago he
left the cily and instead oi allowing the city the privilege
(the same as is given 111 all
other subdivisions 1 to extend
its streets through in in '.innn
ity to   olher   city street!  in
wanted to sell the portion of
the propertv lor $1,000. Tl|c
council oi last year, to whieh
the Si,ono ofler was made, refused it on the same grounds
Since then some lots have been
sold on the portion lying  aa-
Ivveen 1st and 2nd streets and
the council considered It was
a matter (or these lol owneri
01 the new puirh.iMi- tn
dedicate the width nt 11..
street to the city Ior ihe reason lhat the utv had in. mini.
diate need of lllis portioa ol
:nd slreet and 1! at a lata dai.
Alderman Irwin then moved,
.seconded  bv   Aldclinall McNeish,
That the request be granted.
i he motion passed wiih Alderman Suulh and Schult! dissenting, giving  as tIn 1 r h.i.oIk
that piesiiit conditions in regard  in  septic   tank  disposal
was bail enough, bin I.. gtw
|K*rilllssloll 111 the DftSCnt ill-
si.line to allow ilu diluent to
be carried ol in tin city'l street
drain when the necessity  (at 1
mWhi   at nine was so apparent,
would   m.ike   matteri   mack
worse.
Alderman Irwin explained
Ihal his notion « IS y sl l"i ..
temporal') purpose and to n
li. ve the demands that the .as.
called lor to carry out then
conalruction.
The    lollowing    till.lels   Well.
it was lound advisable to open opened loi the dealing ol Hay*
it up expropriation proceedings wood Park : Robt. Nelson, >;,-
conld Ik- tillered upon.
A lew matters ol correapoad-
ence were read as follows :
Walter Hays & Co., represent
ing John I
submitting   	
garding   ilu<  disposal  ol gar!
age    This lirm  was lhe iiiaini
lacuiri-rs ol a motor up wagon
made 011 puipnsi Ini ihe   hand!
100; D. McLennan, f 1,740, and
1-. 11. Dav, M,.'oo. f, B. Da\ s
luidil  wa.s aneplcd.
Two application! were in lot
Thormrolt,  wrote the position ..i caretaker ol the
,1   proposition   t.   Grand   Boulevard and lha citj
parks. A Grain , sr. stated
that he had had .-" years' ex-
periencc ia ilns kind oi   mnl.
lie d id   nol  stale  anv   italan
Referred to
ing ol garbege    II was relerred Simpson ami Wight   ollered   to
to the health Committal do the Icipiircd work lor M
Will.    Meljueell,   uiv   ehrk   ol -amies lo In llolli April to Oe-
Vancotiver, lorwardid a iisoln lu'K'' '" nn (ear
tion passed  hv the  Vamoiivn the committee ol the wh.,
city council   drawing attention W. Rogers,
to  the misleading   miTliodi
use bv uriain agents in llic
For   	
Against   	
Majority over three-fifths
Schools   extra-ordiiiarv
penses :
For   -	
Against 	
Majority over three-filths Jl
HYMENAL
ncsda*  evening decided lo pro  _ _       ....«•.
ceed  with  th. gas  proi.osit.on Began to Dawn. -Hollms
ami in plan it m the open mar
k.t lor competition to the bidder offering the beal terms. Air.
•K'- Thomas,    who     was    present,
B'ary spoke 111 brief in support of Bil
year application stating ihat the 25 j
v ears' exclusive lranchi.se clause- )'earsi       -_^_________________________-
wai the vital point to Ins Co..,- ^ ^planade Wednesday alter- hM applying lo the cit) cm..-
pany.    Thev   were   willing    to ■*» J* ? H"?ri,« S"" ^.? t\* *J?V**_V      ELa
have the council substitute BB- W-*^? _* ? s\Vm_ntt. Esplanade    has   plans   already
olher  phrase  m   Us  stead,   so Nfl a ■■*■ ol T**} P^1' U'ade 0Ut fo[ th,C J™ 0,,B
long   as  their  invested  capital So Iar as is known the late Mr. three-storey brick block   on his
would be protected until   U.ev;Hutton dldL not havc *nV ri'la" l*0-*^' _*!_*. °' _* pu'1
had established thcmsclvis. T1W  tl011S   lD   lhlS   ^ 0f «*f   Pf0" «»'« block    J* t!ruUlld    U00'
Council were almost unanimous,™**-   Hc »« intimately   ac- will be occupied as stoics   aud
.11 supporting tins phase oi tl.e lu«,nt«d   with Mr. Charleston, the two lloors above as   OIM*
Mr   Thomas was ex- ■ ** Customs ollice, Vancou- and rooms.
that the council take ver.' _ wWch . department    hc I 	
Hiat
al
I
J3
fix-
S3
j
quel tion,
ceedingl)
some delinite action in the mat- >**  Mr. Charleston were uso-1   Miss Mary Lain, ol thiaciQ
ur relative to submitting It toff1".'__ *»mU tt Io"8 I^""1   ^as ft" m^ " •lU1ind   t0
th. people at once Mr- Charleston, upon being ap- 9St duties at the eitv hall   01
prised ol Mr. Huttou's death,
peo| u at once.
Alihriniti    Irwin and Schultz
late   as   the   resuit   ol   a fall
GILBERT-FINDLAY. The
rile ol holy inalniiioiiv wai Ctr
lebrated on Sundav evening last
between Belijaliiin I'.illx-rt, as
sistant    diver    al    the    Wallaic
Shipyarda,  and  Marv 11. I'ind-
lav, until  reeciitlv   with  the  N.
V. Ferries Limited,  The  cere-
nioiiv    wa.s   perioniied  by  Rev.
Dr. l*i .is. 1 oi Vaacouver,   The
happy   couple    will    reside    in
this city.
came over   Wednesdav   evening which    dislocated     lur    knee,
were  accordingly   appointed   a     d took ch , u-(. (um.r;i sluliined    whil.   ,n(,JK^    ln
speilal uiiilllllttee to draw tip a i „. ,    *     tl
RECENT SALES
earth   in the   Vancouvei
spe
drall ayieeineut
points ol whnh to be lhat the
I iiiiiiiii shall the right lo pu'r-
iliase alltr IJ years and then
1 verv s wars tlnriattir at an
arbitrated price, that in the
event ol thc Company desirua
al anv tune lo sell the eity
shall havi the Insl right ol pur-
chaae, that the Coinpanv securing  lile llaliehlse put up a pr.
IlllllllUll     i'liiii
"r TIarrangements.      The    remains
the   essential _^ rjj   ^ Vancouver   the
same evening by Messrs. Ilar-
ron Bros., undertakers oi this
city, and will, in all probability
bc interred iu Mountain View
cemetery.
At tbe time of his death   llu
deceased owned several real  es*  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
tate properties in this citv   in- parents at Port Moodv
eluding iwo houses ai the cor-|ner indisposition.
ner  oi St.  Andrew's Ave. and
a practice game ol basket ball about a week ago.
This w as not the lirsl lime iti.ct
she has had trouble ol .he same
kind with her knee, bul the recent dislocation appeared u>
carry with it more serious consequences lhan her lornnr mishaps She was staving with her
lui iug-
A      ^^^^^^^^^
I,and    Reglstrv   olhce   all i lusi s' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the i.illiiwiiig North Vancouvei ddU' llk'1"' llut lhe.k**1 "' K^
rcgisiralions lor the week
mg Uarch nd, tha bat aame
111 each llistame being  the    veil
,    ua.     a/.     ...      .a,,,,,. *i
....   ,hf .     *?< ,"l«00,1 the  Esplanade,   and  a cottage
I,nlli, Unit 111 lhc ease ol six re- ~ ' ■
.shieiils 111  am  given  bloek   ap-
pr. mg ior gas   the   compaai
hall ii' compelled to accommo*
ih,
dm   ami  the second name
purchaser :
Km A. Campbell, C. F. Campbell, lols 11 and 12—29—464,
I400.
Hav wood, l.oiisdak, et al,
David Gi ani, lots ih and 17- ;
-    .1    a.   >8,000.
.los. B. Seallloli, .1. II. Seal -.
lols  Jl   and  32-115-271, >|.
be regulated 011 a sliding scale
ol rales and any dilieri-nces
arising to be submitted to ar-
l.iu.ui.ui, tiiat lt shall bu optional wlullnr gas U supplied
at .1 li.it 1.1 1 Ior all purposes
or vv lul In 1 .1 rate be lixed lor
lighting .mu another rate ior
luel   and   power, that the tunc
nnai lhe corner of nth street
and Ridgcway Ave.
i Mr. P. Allan ol this cilv wV
a partcular iriend oi the Lata
gentleman and remeinlais hmi
when he was stevedoring al the
Moodyville saw mills, over
years ago. Shortly belore his
death Mr. Hulton had just illumed irom a tour of the sou
theru Slates.
iiiuiiiiiiiiiil.i
I.', ilu* board
pass
ami
\__m
posal nl realty m outside maai
iip.iluies.    The wriur   advised
that the (Ilv siillilliil had l.ccll
instructed lo make elii|iniiis Bl
llli latld legist! v nllnc with .1
view lo regulating tins prai
lice ami that the couiuils in tin
outside dlstrnts should i.ili
fully romidt-r all plans belon
passing t heiul
On motion ol Alderman liwm
the letter was tiled.
J. Baliour Kei wioi. .is 1
member oi a special lomiinttci
to acl with City Clerk Shepherd
in relerence lo commiinieating
with ihe Minister oi Railways
regarding llu giade of lhe V W,
iSt fa Rv along the want limn
Mr. Ker advised Uul the tftlii
in question had Uen lixed by
the Railwav Commission in
dune, 140s, and was now on
lile in the Vamouur Land K(g
istrv ollniv The unter ol the
gradu as registered was Irom ;
It. is indies to 7 il. rn Inches
above average high watei mark
Mr. Ker cntisidcud lllal thii
*a.s sullnnnt for tin council
and wollld enable liuin to d.^
teriuille the peilnallelil gradi
oil the Esplanade whnh he
would be glad to tc.nu 111 um
nection with blie Htctlot ol hi^
propoied block.
On moii'ni ol Alderman Irwin
the Cleik was instructul to]
search th«  land regiitrv offici  itreet, tfeenci to Dell k Ave
md find out all available data	
with r.f.nnce to grades       11*        (Continued   on page )J
000.
Robt
lots    15
t/jp.
M V.
lill, lol
U. s.
ir.ng,    Utt]   inin.
and   It>>—118 ■ a?4, 12,
The lirm ol Campbell & Eveii-
__________——————_. ,i,on represents   one ol the   latt
,,1 commencing aud complctiuj* jpju-tnerships established bv i.'.ll
the (oiisllintloli ol plant k'lelt 1^^.,, local ma ,of (k_\m,, „
blank in the proposed ili ait a- Norlh Vancouver n-altv. Unr*
gi,,■mem and tliat an i.idciu- phy cj^p^u was *„- iU,ci
...tv claim be incorporated in ,populttrly t^.,, „ om. ol lhc
HP*"""**. condiutors on the local stall m
A plan oi part m D. I*. 616 the B.C.E.Ry. Company.    His
1. count partner,   Oscar  Evenson,   had
Uu
via.   referred bach   oa
BUSINESS  LOCALS
Elder Murray Co. lire insurance
For Sale.—Two Snaps.—aa
lots close to Boulevard on isith
and 20th streets. One titmurec.
cash, balance at leu doilai! a
month on each lot. bight room
house on loth street, all aiolein
line thousand cash, balance to
arrange. Box 127 North Vancouver, ti.
Wanted.—A second-hand folding baby buggy, in good order.
Full particulars to \\. this ollice
Lgnd Co., F. Wl Mir- "' l'-1  stints not lieing -In
15—101-530
McDowell,
 ■resident on ird
street, Mais present aiid inquired
wh. 11 the COnnd] was go.lig    lo
i.iki   sunn   action  relative to
improving ihe disgraceful ilatt
a.l tin sipin Links along ulial
thoroughlare. li was referred
to iiii iii.iiiii committee ai
ileim,ui smith,  the chairman,
Stated l ll .tl the olllv lellledv
w .1 ihe llislallalluli nl si mi
,1^1   III the 1 Itv.
llli     lollowing
Uolls   Well    lliadi
ni works committee
I'll  bv   llll   . .llllllll
Thai iiii complaint oi t   A
Linden) ro uiuh oa i ,ih Atooi
had beal  li lm (Iliil
Thai tin application lot Ule
upi ning ii)) oi .-nth slr.it to
lot 1, btoca 1, lie acceeded to.
Thai petition ni Hi.'s. Mills
ami otheri i..r iln continuation
nl   I .Mil strict West  tO Mb streei
receive attention.
lhat tin- Board ol w.'iks be
empowered to dealw ith tin ap
ilnation ol .1 Durssi-n re Improvement ni .1 portion oi Mh
street.
That ilu* Hoard of Works lie
iiiipnw.i. .1 in deal a Ith thi ip
the application of the improve
ment m i |th street from  Lob .
dale   Avilllie   to   St.   George's
Avenue.
t h.it    llu     folloWfaj   lulililiii
uv   lai itreeti   be rough pad-
.a| U.lliaill        ,\Vl tO       1-orl.lS
Ave     np   l'"l Iks   Ave.   to   bill
G. Laugis,  C. C
4 and 5-105-550,
Voung,
J1,411..
AlcAl ilnn,
>77V
^^^^^^^     Jos   I'ln:
lip, lols 1 and 2—-103—550, Si,
166.
11
H	
T. B. Anderson, A
lot »4-13—a73, >7v.
V.  E.  Thnkle, C.  Rnssall, I..I
I-l   Ml   .S.S", >I,030,
II.   I,am..nl,   A    Bl. C. Wi.k
CHS,    lol    i\      S>      J30,    »S"
.1. KeiUi, L. HcCoart, lot ,
9- 1.lb, jiaSoo.
K   Rogers. 0. A
.11. II
k.lul^^^
s Uunro
llu-t
I.     I |''s,   M,800.
0, A. Kendall, A
II I..  I|h5, 15,500.
I'. 11. Uayhcw, Henrj
in.in, loi ll, DL. §35i y
D a. Draiao, l-.. s. Uoi
it il  1) Li 1 i-'t, 1*1,913.
i-; r. Ciiiiiaiiu ,1 ,,1. \. Lai
son, lots 13 lo 16—17- .'"|. h,
MO.
t.   C. Holt, W, I.. 1
lots 1 to   14, alld lots 1  lu 1
Ui—blh, $5,010.
  created lor himself a large cir-
bo    conioini    wiih    existing ek 0f friends and acquainuancis
streets.    Plaa  oi  lot i-i.t-  as clerk at Hotel North   Van-
w.is passed. couver. The lact that each
Aliluriiian Suulh moved That partner is so well known local-
tin Condi taki ilu- Initiative lv and that each is so fully m-
slips 111 lln uiiisiiintioii of lal- formed as lo local conditions,
ii.i sivuis uuilei Imal improvi has enabled the lirm to step at
mini mi iln i.spi.ni.id*, inst, once into a valuable connection
Second ami 1 hitd struct,. Tin and to command a patronage
iiniUaiii carried and iln i igiinn which gives every promise ol
m.is nisiiiiiiid taipnp.it plans assuming, large proportions
and icpiil at au earlv dite The olhcis of the lull! are loll was i.solv..I le. proceed calcd at the loot ol Lonsdale
with iln appointment <.l aciti Ave. iu thc attractive building
soliiiioi at onu, Ins t in. to built by A. D. Nye Ior his |ki-
Ih devoted entire!) to llus soual occupation, and which
an, s Im.iiii.ss w.is purchased irom him by the
 __^ new firm.
i'aiiuiiship or a; j ii.uin.iiia
as commercial iii.iii.ir.r w auuu
.._. young, thorouguiy okt/ttt
■wad man,good oigaaiaiig a
bilily , very euorgciic , .no.cu
man. Could invest .*.,,-,.•>' .u
sound couceiu, puncipais on...
In conlidence. Address K.. ji.,
Express olhce. 2-.
FOR  SALE-4 bilver bpan-
gled Hamburg l'ulleis, ^1 la;-
ing , also   cockrel.   AppK
Chesterlield Ave.
M-.W   SI llDUISK N
.Ur.   Harry  Fogg,  the   mil 1
prising contractor ol tins city
was driving  around iln*   lUeel
..nu day this week dispLr il
very line pri/c team ol   1
dr,nts which lie purchaw
Cefltl) .     The horses ate I •
nigh  attractive md  Hr, 1
was   the  leupielil   ol   a  BUUlhcl
ol   choiie   eoliiplltnelits.       Th
horses were shown not lol
.il  ili.  Brandon horse slmw and
Immediately afterwards shipped
west,   when Upon their   arrival
lule Mi. Fogg waa lortunati
ra Bring them
^^^^^h]   Mr.    Edg.u ii pa
Close „, Utv   lots sl  I. s lhan _______    tlhc . _*_*•!    Cl.r.i.,,.1.,
rices    should.,pi*     London   England, a paper wtth
itroflgl)   to local invisnrs. An 'l  l'lrc«la"on   ol   three   million
*   consisting  ol  75   large l"*"'s f_ »rt'k-™» «™f
lols, untrallv  located, 11-.   tO _  "'J    <*Press ofher this w,«k.
car   line and waterlronl    with ,Mr   <'»bornc has been   touring
some  01   the   .tree*.    .iri,,,iv ^nda m the capacity of  sp,
opened, is boh being ofl rsd by\_fj "______[ ,0,r llu t""
Irwin and Billings C. Ltd ,'f f" »e"loP»,B,t ^'Pf'"'""
Prices range inun m.-h -wards of ^e Chronicle, which has «
with t.ims.v.eii.linn ,ver ,s :'t? "^t _to provide laclllt.es
N'i ,11  bv Iota ill)   I.
IllOlltllS.^^^^^^^^^^^^
•  .in  selling for from $1.	
uh Prices will In
I'lv.iiuul about April 15H
Maps  .m.l   pai miliars i.:av   1.«
li.nl mi application.
Ill   Bennett, proprietor ol tin
Kaiuhi   Kiisinn.  is making  I
Dumber ol ilteratloai to the in
terior   ol Ins store in | repari
tion lor ih.  summer trade.
. ——
One sn n lot  North I
lor St.s<>- S135 caah,  ft  ai
wlinreby Canadian firms hav
ing niiahle investment pTOOO
sit ions   to   submit   muv   n.nli
Knglish investors wl tl   pn
pared to c.iinsidiar the same In
tin hands of a paBtf ol the
loiiiiiinndiiig inlliunce enjove.l
l.v the Chronicle, the seheim
prcsiuts nn-al possibilities 01
usefulness. Mr. Osborne is ,.
peraoaal Iriend  ol Mr   J.   W
LOST—in hm in 1.1. *..,, _m..
or 011 car at tutty Otto* iuuu
a Turipiois Maine hiooch wun
oblong blue stom aad 1 ecks
1'lea.si  have al tills oll.ee.
I'ini- )oiing bull k.pl at the
Lynn \ alley dairy mar hotel.
Lynn Valley, North \ancouiei.
All kindi ol Furniture uid
Household Goods bought l.j
Fred E. White, 1091 ..laavii 1,
Phone 5574. 3-4
EGGS FOR SAI.I'. ^Thorou-
ghbred) Ilartul lock, .xi 101
setting , Indian Runner IMcka,
J1.25 per doi. A. shcrwoou,
cor. Kith and Malum
WANTED—To rent, a 1110dt.1i
6 or 8 room houso, centrally lo
1 atiil    M., Express.
DISTRICT OF
NORTH   VANCOl VKR
Jack Loutet and N. LOT dali montlu by J. Louiet
TENDERS are invited l.n th.
vv an L.  ol  blasting   slumps  .ilmi^
north sul.   ..I I.vnn  Vallcv  K
irom iit-.  limit to end ol   new
Car line    Speiiluatiniis .an l>
Donaldson of the local firm  of j had at Muniiipal Hall    iindus
to be in hy 'ltic.vlav, th,
inst., at 7 ia o'lloik p 11,. Lowest   teii'lel    not    inc.  lalil
cepted.
1       ai.t.x rnii.ir. c.M.c.
Alexander Smith tk Co.
Mr. P. T.  Fraser has   moved
into his new honsc at '.In   on
4ncr oi 4th and St. George s. THE EXPRESS. XORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
This is a Splendid Offer
Corner on Keith Road
1001 Kill in w i • ith.   $1200 will handle this proposition.
\\ i have i largo list ol other City Property
r. McMillan & co.
Rc.il Estate and Insurance Brokers
54 Lonsdale- Ave Phone 19/
BOAT1NI. in TI.OOK
hum   niial   i,iii   bi  learned
tin* prospeiis wiii hi vei bi
er lm lioaling and boal   build
Ing  ih*ni the)   Appear .it   tin
presi nt  innn*' nt  in this eitv
.V numboi "I iu w launch ure
under construction. Several
dingys both in the racing and
pleasun ilass, and nuuieroui
other small craft ol u kind that
i.is during ine
■ a tins year,
summer niouilis
G.T.P. BRANCH LINKS
\ most interesting annotmct*-
iiunl was received Irom Ottawa
OH llu i;th ol ilns month and
whnli has special significance to
Korth Vancouver along witih
olher elm ted diitrkta. The reporl is thai the Grand Trunk
ii.iiisiniiii.s the clear expanseol Pacilii is hastening, to aa large
vi.im which borders tlu iit} a degree aapoiaible, thopaaaagi
on the souih into .. scenii and ol thei] Branch Ltnea Hill
wideapread playground, are ofl through the Senate, It is ,m-
the waj lo completion nounccd that the branch  lines
Alreadv the Sorth Vancouver afiected  are those  in  the west
Yacht Cluh has  Laken the ini- and that iheii comtruction will
iial movi ir ilu* season   work be pushed ahead this rammer.
and an exteiisivi .hat     Tin* report   laken from   lha
promises    - excel all   previous Senati proceeding mi iln above-
deiniiiisii.iiiiiiis  is beinji   map   mentioned dati reads
ped out wiih a • irony
ollicers behind tin move-men I to
bring   al "iit   us ul imate  sm
ceu.   Nestling deep down in the
heart! ol the moat eiithnaiaitii
is the timid vet Hour; hing ho] ■■
th.ii  the Norih Vaneoiivel
on will rustle in tin
ovi i   ,i   . tl inhr lol' llie
"Tlm Grand Trunk Pacilii
Branch I.uns Hill passed aecond
reading toda) ra the Senate
K.ulwav Committee, alter Second Vni-l'iisiileiit   Vainwright
.liniiiiiiiiiii  llial   work  would  he
pushed on .ill branch lines  this
breezes summer,   being  approximate!}
All vail-   I. I'm miles HI  the west.''
der nip iln-*
in;;  will iiul
v..ii    Iheir iruit-    In this connection it mighl V
he iu vain H  i i   si.iinl thai the branch line el
t.mi condition • now undi i
Inward    lllllillnrlil    ar.   lotlslllll-
,iiiii, [or these are destined lo
culminate in a deti rntined an l
j..nn .iiiimi which will nirelj
imd ilnn level in the desired
direction.
Under construi lion in iln
boal building eatablislinienti ol
ihe iin, i vilusiv, ui ihe largii
kinds  outiide  ol   the  pleasure!
(lass,  .it   tin   present  lllln
a*."lim* launch loi I,
.1. UohiIs. Tin boal will be
e.iiiinui .nnl propelled bj u *->
h.p. Gardner engine which la
now on us wav iinin Kngland.
I', ,\|i Millan is alio won lo
join tin local regatta with a
fine *.'- lool gasoline lawich,
w huh   wlll be III tnl   Up in   lhe
moat up i" 'i ii- *i >li* ii vuli
la. cabined over all and propelled In .ni K h.p   Atlas engine.
[ecling this place, itarta Irmn
Ten- .in,nn laihc, lo Clearwater, thence to Bonaparte river.
thence lo Si ton .md Anderson
lakes, thence lo Lillooet river,
and through Pemberton  Vnlli;
in ihe Squamish nver and so
down   lo  VallCollVor  alld  ileus
s.nilv passing through Norih
Vancoaver.
CENTRAL  B.  C.  ': MACT-
ING ATTENTION
Apparently the latest edvaaea
in ihe w.n oi graspiug cfflu*
iiniiiv .iiuiiii in iln .apio de-
velopment ol the interior oi H.
C., and mi the G I i'a l« the
exploitation ol the townaite oi
Birmingham. That there will
be eities ol Importance on the
new    tialls-e-oilliliiii'ial   Una     is
undoubted-, dust where the luture dties will be is what is
puzzling the publii at  present,
hut    It  e .in   li.inllv   lie   doubted
that where tlu G.T.P. branch*
laa ,,miieil wilh the (itv ol Vancouver will be "in- (d iln moat
PO. Box 155 important, and as Birmingham
is the Bearcat point ou the main
—■■—■—■ line io Vancouver irom where it
Is possible lo sei lire a iilsl-class
grade, it is held to be almoat
certain thai thii is the future
junctional point aad also  the
divisional point, when the G.
T.P.   shops   will   lie   situated j
lllis combined with the   lact
that the townsite is situate   ul
the confluence oi the- two great*
est riven in H. C, thus havin.
,u i ess to at least 1,000 miles ol
waterway whieh passes through
some ol ihe (meat tiiiiU-r areas
in the province, givee this dilute city everv advantage to
become one of the premier mill
and limber dties ol Canada. As
a railway cater already tha H.
C, Central has accepted terminal iacilities at Birmingham and
it is the natural converging
point ol all the projected rait
w.ivs which are rapidly making
preparation!   ior conitruction,
and as a timber alld agricultural centre its importance tan only be ganged by the wonderful
wealth ol the coiuitrv stirrounA-
ing it.
This low-nsitc will almost undoubtedly command the eaniost
consideration of all investors oi
moderate means, as it is claimed that a small iiivcstincut at
the present time in the proposition uo doubt will, in the coarae
ul a verv  lew  veals, swell lo the
proportion! ol a small fortune.
HUNAWAY.
IMPORTANT REALTY
DliAl.S
Two realty deals aggregating
approximately $60,000 arc reported to have beiii tranaacted
laat week in lhe business sei tion
I'l lhc cilv.   The vendor in both
caaea  was   Mr   W. E. Thompson, who has for a considerable
period held  a number ol proper
lies in the city both in the busi
iuss   and   residential section."*
The   two   properties  that    are
Our 50ft. Lots
In D.L. 1003 are cheaper than Lynn Valley Acreage.    Only
$130 each
Cash lUtend $10 monthly
Martinson & Co.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
SORTH VANCOUVER, H.C.
I'/i,nie m, P. O. Box -2
NOW
Is the time  to ipriy  vour
fruit tn es,    Wi* recommend
mid   will    suppl.    vou   with
LIME
MJLPttlR
SOLUTION
Whll li sliould be put on before tin- trees commence to
bud.
ALL K'NDS OF
fertilizer*
for Lawn and card N
HUN l'i'.. Ltd.
Lonsdale Avenue.
at  l'erry  Landing
\\. \\. lillinoiii   iln* local boat
builder!   havi   a _ i h i   ol
ple.lsllli   i Mil     (.ill  Ulldi I'    wav
aiid wiih iiiiii    i.ili ..I iiiiii.. .1
iiiiii expect  to turn the 1 is
mu   in .iniil during  tha
	
Thev havi 11 i niiiipliia a
(o h.p st, .mi I.iiiihIi lui Mi. 1'.
Kealy ol \ n ouv« Tliia
launch will Ik> entirely cabin il
iu and rigged Up w nh .ill Utotl
ein conveniiuns
Tin v    had   nuw   in  llii   -to. ks
.III     .IIIXlll.llV      V.lVll       III       Win
Brcezi, In aatirei ol thi Vancouvei V,nhl Club, alio  in "i'l*;
on   h.nnl   [or
I.minii I'll  Ui   i ottinghain  <>i
\ ,iin hum i I In    Iimi   have    *i
numb i '", ..I in i orden oa hand
lur i.m "nn li din
ind rowing boal    priucip
allv  iiii  ih.  local patrons
., '      .    ■     .     pn aiii.is   nn* uiml i.iptiiri-d.
Ill SlallS   lllis   III W    II i ark   IS     I 111      ' '
overhauling ol all thi craft thai
have  been la  storagi   loi   tin ,1. Simpaon is conatnttin| a
viintii   month      ib* *    wiib twn'i.iiav iisuliiii. at the cop
the ni w addition! to the local ner ol nth street and Ridgewaj
boating   lorh     will   In   lln   nu    A vi.    It is understood that   luili us ini iii.ii.'.   iicccsslul regil-'will occupy ii hituaell,
Tbe uiv's lately purcnawI
work team took a keen 'bar.
lor soiiu more excrcisa lasa
Mondav morning and made a
ImiIi leaving drivel Tanner i
crumpled heap hi the street and
reducing   lha wagon to a state s.ml to have changed hands are
na the repair shop. the Thompson block located be
Although   .Ur.    Tanner    was tween First street and the  Ls
quite b.ullv  bruined np ins in- pi.made with i i:-loot (rootage
juries were nol  ul  ,i  very sir;-  on   I.ousdale   Avenue, and   the
mis native.   He was taken to Mock at the nurthwot  corner
the lire   hall mi  |th itreet   and  <d  I.ousdale   Ave,  aiid  :nd Sl
Ins  vv.,mills attended lo.     ihe with   a    so-looi   Irontagc   on
lun,   uas  hitched   to a   lieavj   Lonsdale    Ave.     The  price   ill
vv.iiiiii and atari tl Irom   lOltU    eaeh  instance,  as reported, was
while   .ill   Third   street . to do  .t.to,(Kio.
lllii IoKH  Up      the)   lirst  boiled —
around <>n Lonidale Ave. ami
mn amuck with tin poinl shop
al   ll mi   a,i   Third where
lhe lidi ul the 1'inlilinc. was
pierced bv the tongUC and a DOT*
nun 01 that .ii t is li broken  oil.
The   lliilses   got    llie    liom   llie
wagon then and bolted itraight
.n loss   llu* street   alld  i .lllll-    ill
contact  wnii   tin   Large  plate
Miinlivv in A  K  Steacy'i
*    illd di liiiillslini   ll   bisldes
iiuli; bb n.it through
tin* occupant! oi iln   lam   Tin
In,is, -lun i,ill inlo the HeXl
v.n .ml lot and --ol langh d up
in    : a.,in   lui Ins  .ili   will     held
I   ll.i.ly
Announcement
The North Vancouver
Coal & Supply Company
beg to inform the public that
ihey have established an office
and dcpol al lhc foot of Lonsdale Ave., casl of the lerry
wharf, and will Im- prepared
within a lew days, lo supply
coal, wood and builders' supplies in any quantity al
moderate prices.
They respectfully solicit an
opportunity to quote prices
before purchases are made
elsewhere. >i
GO TO
II8 111
Office Phone 149
I-OK
Signs
House Painting
Paper Hanging
Glazing
Wallpaper
and Paints
Of all kinds
Picture Framing
FOR QUICK SALE  List Your Property With Us
Wc are husllii- ml can sell it lor you il the price is right.      Through our main office we
have a large i nnii'-i tion in Vamoiivn and elsewhere.
DOUBLE CORNER, Overlooking Inlet, D.L.  273
Bleak  12,    Lois 14 aid  15,    $3500,    $1250 Cash.    6, 12 and 18 months
J. II. BUSKINS
Cor. 3rd St. & Lonsdale
Siicci'*,-'!- in \V. A. liilnKin
HORSESHOEING and
General Blacksmithing
S|n*i'iiil attention |iveri to larnn
and interfering horw. Also car-
rinfi'* vi (irk and «t.»l »lmri>i'iiiiig.
All work  gmirant I.     Prompt
attention.   Give Ine a trial.
BISSELL, BROWN & SNYDER
64 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
VHIN  0IIICL.-2'34 llaistintjs St.  L, near  Impress  Iheatre
E. PALMER
MOM AND BRICK
CONTRACTOR
fust-class Ki.mu.N-.its
Phone 170 P.O. Box 166
fc DOWIE
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDKR
Plana, Specifications, Estimates
Ip, 0. Box 27, North Vancouver
TEABOhY'S
RAILROAD
KING
OVERALLS
We urp mie agent, here t_nt
The only nniiiiiiai'liirer
that plHi-cs ii ranti plTUtaM
il llll'l iln llul meet ei-iee-
•attorn.
Try il |mir
Ami lu- eoiivinceii
1'. iil.mlv's   llailriainl   KinK
nt
PEABODYS*
UNION M
MADE £
* \
k
For Sala Ur
CUMMINGS
tient's Clothing, I-'uinUiini;-., M< "'--.   Ladies', and
Children's Hoots mid Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
I
FAIRVIEW ESQUMALT GREENHOUSES
I'll*.iai -I
CIT FLOWERS
in lamn at lowest fshm,     thin u* a trial lor
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
607 Hastings M., W. Vancouver, B.C
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
We can handle as many more.     II you ire thinking of building
set us ind talk the matter over
CAMPBELL £* MILLER
205 Lonidale Ave. North Vaneoaver
COME
md see ui at
THE NEW STORE
Just above the City Hall
EXTRA SPECIAL
Cash Bargains
IHIS MOMII
Carpet Squares
Everything Reduced
[ hh
54  »n-l   V-   Lonadtl*  A**. THE EXPRESS, NUKTH VANCOUVtK, 0. U
"YOl" Small Investors
We hart jiiit whit yen hire beea lookinK (or
S UBD1IS10N right on CAR LINE
Acrou the road from Lynn Valley Store
laveit »ow toil double yoar money when cur lUrts running.
Inside Loti $300 to $375     Double Corners $650 to $800
Campbell 6 Even-son
Real Estate Brokers,     No. 9 Lonidale Ave.     Phone 155
N.V.A.A.
The regular meeting ot the
North Vancouver Athletic Association   was   held   in    their
MOMENTOUS MOVE IN
WATERFRONT  PROPERTY.
GAS QUESTION AGAIN
BEFORE COUNCIL
(Continued irom page ij
and tiun  lo  a junction with
Keith Road.
Ihal Crescent, streei, just tost
ol Lonsdale Gardens, be opened up aud unproved to a junction wilh a line ol Sl. David s
street and also a short portion
ol the latter street north to
t-irst street, connecting with
the Government road througn
Moodyville and thai the lcucc
on the west side ol the nioiun
Mission ba adjusted where it encroached ou Forbes Ave., between Third slreel and the
waterfront. The latter matter
was relerred to the board ol
works to engage a provincial
surveyor to determine the ior-
rectj line ol this portion ol Forbes Ave. The reporl was adopted in ils entirety.
ihe linance committee recom-
iiiciiiliil lhe desirability ol reconsidering the prices set on
iamily plots ia the cemetery.
ihe report was adopted.
Aid. SchulU reported his in
lerview with the U. C. blcitric
Ky. Co. ile slated thai assur-
aiii'c had Inin given that adequate laeililies would be provided this summer lor the
handling ol the travel which
came through ihis place.
The lollowing plans were
passed; Lot 2-135*271, lots 1
aud ii, block b, U.L. bib, conditionally, block bl, U.L. .ii'l.
lot 1*135-271, aad part oi U.L.
bib. those reierred back and
laid over were : lols 12 lo 13,
block bi, U.L. 550; portion ol
U.L. 545 i P»ri of U.l.. 5.14, lot
9-j-blb and lots 1 and 2-3-549-
J he question ol the May Dav
celebration was broughl up Oj
the Mayor who asked whal 11
was the intention ol lhe council to do regarding carrying it
on this year. The council wen
ot the opinion Ihal they were
doing suiiiciently well by handling the isl ol July celebration
and pi eic 1 iod that the May Uay
ceremonies be conducted under
the same auspices as they were
lasl year, namely the Ladies
Aid Society. They expressed a
desi 1 e lo aid in any iu.iuihi
possible.
The Hoard oi Works reported
that il would cosl > 1,000 lo reconstruct the bridge on Larson
Road, ll was laid over lor a
week.
Alderman Smith, chairman ol
the Health Committee, reported
brtetly on the septic tanks in
the nly. liis report depreciated the jirisinl system.
Applications ior the position
ol ciiy seavauger wire called lor
to be iu by this meeting, bul
apparently no one caicd lor the
work, as there were no application-, to hand.
A resolution ol condolence
was passed lo Chief Malhias
and ibe bereaved relatives oi
the late Chief Joe Capilano,
duel ol the British Columbia
Indians.
On motion oi Alderuien
SchulU and Fowler, il was resolved lo draw the attention of
the dislriel council lo seciion
249 oi the Municipal Clauses
Act regarding lhe two councils
acting jointly in the matter ol
providing for roads and streets
in new subdivisions bordering
on the limits oi either municipality wilh existing thoroughfares.
The question oi appointing a
city solicitor or of stcuriug tbe
services of a solicitor as a retainer was brought up and reierred to the committee oi the
whole,
The Council then udjonmed
lo Wednesday evening.
Miss Lillian McNair was the
preltv hostess at a most movable music ale given al the
home of her parents, Mb street,
last Friday evening. Just a
lew of Miss McNair'a most in-11'.
lunate friends were present.
JONES vs. NORTH VANCOUVER LAND COMPANY
Messrs. Davis, Marshall und
McNeill of Vancouver received
notice last week by cable despatch that the l'rivy Council
had dismissed the appeal of
Jones vs. North Vancouver
Land Company.
The history ol Iho case i.s that
nine years ago thc Coinpanv
cancelled the shares held by the
plaint ill for non-payment of
dues. Ha brought suit to set
aside the cancellation on the
grounds tliat the Company had
not taken thc proper steps. The
action was dismissed by Mr.
Justice Clement and his decision was upheld by thc full
court, thc Chiel Justice dissenting.
Thc decision of thc l'rivy
Council now upholds the Hritish Columbia courts.
Mr. Joseph Martin, K.C., appeared for the plaiutifl Wore
the Privy Council and Mr. E.
J. Davis, K.C., represented the
delendants.
The Express is informed irom
  most authentic sources thatde-
rooius Thursday evening with a finite undertakings were entered
good attendance oi members.    P« during *• P*fl w«k J001"
t_ ,, .   ing to the transfer of   large
The monthly accounts as W^O^     of      North     Van-
niitted were passed and   garni- coum wg,t«frontage exteudiug
.shies from thc creditors of A. ....
J.   Pictou-Warlow   were   received.
A communication was received Irom Rev. Goro Kaburagi,
relative to co-operating with
the Japanese Gardens Company
in making thai portion of ihe
city as attractive as possible,
lt was the unanimous desire ol
thc meeting that these arrangements should bc carried out.
Financial reports were received and considered and a geneiai
review ol the financial posuioia
ol thc Association taken. lt
was lound that a little over
one hundred dollars was needed
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Hoard oi
Trade meeta the third Tuesday
of each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the firit
Tuesday of each month. W. J.
Irwin, president; J. G. Farmer,
secretary.
«iUi intervals, from Moodyviilc
on the east to the Indian reserve on the west. It is understood that all undertakings to
purchase emanate from a common source, but further particulars are withheld.
UIIILTL   I   Wl
llmlled
REALTY DEAL
The property known locally
as the "Hammeriley property"
lying immediately west oi Sl.
Patrick's avenue and between
First and Third streets, consisting of sixteen lots and the closed section ol Second street Irom
St. Patrick's avenue westward
for half a block, was purchased
last week by a Vaacouver syu-
to complete the purchase ol
lease ol the recreation grouiu _    _
from Mr. Warlow. No dillicul- dicate represented by the lirm
ty in this connection is anttci- l0i Burns and Walkem. The
pated as the collections so lar .price was approximately $40,-
have been coming in very satis- jooo. It is understood that the
iactorily. sum of $4,000 was paid as con-
Sports were discussed inform- j sideration for the street allowance. The properly was
bought by tbe purchasers altogether as an investment as they
had been wishing for some lime
to secure some holdings al
North Vancouver and considered this a desirable opportunity.
ally,  but nothing of a deiinile
nature was decided upon.
The sports committee reported that base ball was now being practised on the perk
grounds Saturday alternoon,
and it was expected that negotiations would be entered upon
very soou ior the organizing oi
a lacrosse team, as there aro a t_ L.terbean is erecting a
number of old stick experts tu ^ h()Use ^ {h_ corw o(
the city at present who are au-    ,       „ ,. . ,   .,
xious to get in the game again. |Chesterlield Ave. and Stb street
The building ol a gymnasium which will be occupied imtnedia
was laid over till next fall.      itely on its completion.
CHURCH SERVICES
i  Methodist church, comer 6th
street and St. George's avenue;
j  Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m.   Sunday School and bible.
class 2.30 p.m!    Class meeting
10 a.m. Sunday. Prayer meeting 8 p.m. Wednesday. Moodyville Sunday school 11 a.m.
Pastor, Rev. B. H. Baldcrston
B.A.
1 Lynn Valley Institute Hall:-
1 Servicei every Sunday morning at u, and evening al 7 p.m.
.   Sl. John the Evangelist, 8th
and 13th streets:—
I   Holy   communion,   8   a.m.;
morning prayer 11 a.m*,   evin-
mg prayer, 7.30 p.m. On the
! lirsl Sunday in the month there
, will be a second celebration  ol
lhe holy communion at 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
Servicei at Sl. Clement's hall
Lynn Valley:    Morning prayer
11 a.m., evening prayer 7 p.m.
Prieit-in-charge: Rev. H. H.
GiUiw.
St.   Andrew'i    Presbyterian
church, bth street:—
Servicei at 11 a.m. and 7.30'
p.m.    Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday,
it 8 o'clock.    Pastor:  Rev. J.
D. Gillam, M.A.
North Vancouver Catholic In
dian Miuion:—
Sunday Services—Mass at 9 -—
a.m. Sunday Khool at 2.30 p.m.
Benediction at 3 p.m. Pastor:
RevEPeytavu^OMIVG       SEYMOUR   LIMBER
Baptiit Church, cor. 5th and CO.,  LTD.
St. George:—
Sabbath Khool at 2 p.m. Ser- "•"" *
vices at 3 p.m. ud at 7.30 p.m. 17th Street, North Vancouver
L/\te DipLocK-WRioHT
Wish to inform tlieir customers that they an- erecting
n dry-kiln and will he in a
position to supply
Kiln Dried
Lumber
of a 1 kinds within two weeks
,*,.-■,* H"l"H"l"l'IH-W'l"M I'd'Ml 1111 I'M I 9*A Ml lllll M-H M'l-l IHNI ■•.■H-:
___________ ________ __t   1   t ___________
•III I IIP   trtrVtri "l a I *"™l"l
Special Sale
EASTER SUITS
Manufacturers' Realization Co.
120 Fine Suits in English Worsteds, Colors Grey and Fawn
Smart and Dressy. Sold usually in Vancouver Stores for $18
SALE PRICE!
Thursday
And
Saturday
SI0.75
tmnmwmm-—'
Manufacturers'  Realization Co.,
"The Home of Quality"
Corner Hastings and Abbott Streets
4-H 1-1 1 l'l"l-H"l I I'l 11II11111 111 1111111 IW .•■■.•.. I !< I H 11 |iH,W4Wl 1 l"H-H-l 111111 N 1111111111111111111 M'l I THE EXPRESS, N'ORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE  EXPRESS
speculation, and to establish
thai realt} upon an unaasail-
able baaie ol Manual investment.
Tin- several Items which comprise the total stated above are
ollowB.    New   lerrj   boal
i   ,
dm  '.*.ir 11.00
.50
Tlal.-l- In. • Aii'      ——————^^^^^^^^^^^
Uultnisi i* <    : *...r ftimri and accessories, $150,000;
~ -     a , ig( lyitelll, w.iti'.vM't'ks ex-
mmn 1 (ii.-       tenvionS) ,Mrks lU    ,,,u,uK
'™j "»- s.iniiioiMl Ik   thi  ratepayera,
.sn cenl ■ a           * i. miertliin.                                                 '   ■
I*, * i...   11.00 per inch par $'39-'  bylawa lor streeta aad
"""'"|* *..Iioiils ii.>w belore lhe elector
Lain am* I 1 ■■■                       1, It;         ■                       ,  ,
1111,1 a ate, M2, »j   cstiiii.iU'il expen*
Lim ' Flni Iniertlon, 10 dilutes Irom general revenue oa
;;;;;;' ' "u wunu"T- streeta,  araUrworki, etc.,   for
Haiinvu Nuticm 11 Low   laws Coi —4 currenl   year, $30,000; eati*
**** " 1 mated expenditures mi  streets
' I'*'1''     KC' I I I I II
rilllt, 1 ,;,.,„        .ml ro.nls under the nea   local
improvement    general    bylaw,
Allelill'i: 'Mil I'lllltl I. I   1 UiTII-e 1,.'III.   ., .... , ..    ,,'.,,*
...fthi 1 ,it iai »5°.«».   'I"' above items-nc
1  .1 lotal "i Sol 1 .nno, thus pmviil-
11 ii , ,
ing .1 »ule margin (or accural \
uIn 11  iiii    actual expenditures
.im placed .it $ayx>,ooo,
...i*-*- ■
, When   it   is  lonsiiliieil  thai
N*• 1K ; 11 \ ia, M ai   ;, ; ,,   -gig  these e*.pellililui'is   .He  lint    1111-
 (liit.ikiii because ol .mv inflated
ideas uilli lisped to tin* future,
Imi aa *i reatiA ol tin deliberate
jUdgttteBt   ol   llie  vvliole  ilul'ii
ate, with reaped lo the  ai tnal
prcsunt requirements ol the sit-
111-; SPIRIT OK ENTERPRISE
DISTRICT COUNCIL
Communitiei as well as indi-
v pin,ils, differ widel} in the
re,iiiiiii ss with which the} ii
eogaizi iheir opportunities and
tin com ige u nh which the} as-
mnn linancial obligations In
a.siss themselvea oi
tin* utmost lieiiiiiis which those
opportunitiea allord. The en*
terprise maaiiested b} cit} "i
hv district uiunicipalitiei in
iuch matters, ina\ be aci
pressing the average ipir
it oi enterprise represented l.v
tin* entire citizenship   Inasmuch
us I in   law oi ,iv 11 .ic.es is lolil-
uioiiiv accepted as an abaolu
s.iie .imi siiuiuiii basis Ior Iin- (Special Seaaion]
ancial operationi    as ivi titan v,„,IK1ii„rs ajlaa,  Bridgman
the vast i.i, and life iniuraace and Lawson were preient at the
institutions   which   an    built adjourned   uieeting d tha  Dis
upon the compntal i ol their fid    Council,   held   Jlonda)
,.  ,*,     ,i   ,  ii       i ,,  i eveninit,   Kiwi McNaught  pri*
.uiu,ilns, u„   lulu *,  mlu oi,,i as ... *
, sided.
i„i capital expenditures bj vou CommuakaUooa were reciriv.
oi the entire bod} ol ratepayera ,.,\ u follows;
iniist In accepted, for commer- From Hums and ft'alkem, so
cial  purpoaei  .is perhape   the licitors, advising that the Bur*
:   availabli   medium,   loi ''",J  lnKl   '{mvM\ ,an'1   Bl
,                           ,     . Lollllianv   Hill  had   Imll  I'epult
tin guidance oi individual   op- ,  ,     ,,     ,,          ,   ,,,, ...
*                                  ' nl  ov   ilu   House  at  Ottawa
-rations   1 nder normal  i li- without amendment,
iioiis civil action, based  upon From thc utv ilerk of  Van
tin- direc! vote ol the ratepay* couver enclosinp  cop} ol i ri
.is, n n ,ii ,n .ill. will iiiv.ui solution adopled hv  that coun
afal) hi upon ih, aid. „i  can- cil   "llh Usl"a to l"islta,lm
tion    in exceediagl}   rare  in
itancei   examples mat be  ad- Frita CUai Mathiaa Joa Ca|f
iiuiul    in    whuh   iiiiiiiii ip.ililus il.mo    lonvevlli.c     tll.Ulks      lor
have overstepped tin hounda ol symaath} extended on the death
prudence arith regard to smh "' ills l-"lu'- u,;i"  Uk ^'l"1'
IUI           It   -.luse llist.illi ,.           ,.     ,.      ..  ,
lT.ini   Capt.   L.   II.    Cates,
t* "'   " **) inlreqneBl   ihat agreeing  lu thi   laying ..i  the
tite)    i-rvi   as   thi    exception watirpipi    hrough lot 79B, D,
vvluiia ;:...s tlu ruli. 1.. JI69,  provided  a itaodpipe
, ii,,          a wni   nl.imi mi ..ali lot.    .U-
It is  i notabli  i,ni that ilu* ,   ■               ,,
a > till] 11 li ill .ill \ .
ma* ''""    ' swat) loi  (aiiiii, Vtm Ge0  ,,  Dgvil) askl,v
la    eel           able invesunent paymcnl io date lor work done
naturalli gravitates toward the oa Centre road contract und re-
conununitv, who* administra •••" ","1 nm *J«-anee ol al-
.. „  ,   ,                         , leged oo mii'ii.ii in tin* work,
llOU        |S     |,,.||kla|      |a.       ,|       ,,11||         ,,| H
Neiiiinl in the inginei t
"""l"'■' ""' '" !""*-:"" "'"'^ A. G. Perry,  local iMUipr,
iln   ha.          , ited    Hn    *a p. (   i*   _y, Co., Iojormed I hi
sou ini ilns is not iniiiili in the council thai "" account ol  'i*
nun   *' ..I lacl thai ii **i propriaiiona   betag   exhauattd,
being  expeaded m.l*   in h,s ^""1"'"'  v',s "'" "' l"'M,
Hon    In   pav    p.ill    nl   COat     "I
nicip-altty, imt _,uXini (tump| iliiU,, ,|„ IjVllll
um -ii. .ns iv   or uiiii.ii v.illev cal luu. prior to string
sciolist}   upon   tin- common!} ing the trollej wire,   Keeve to
Bcipk oi the law oi uncut! w v. ..inp.niv again.
i ,„ , nu,Jp*| d"1! *,lh ,,s'"'
l..ws    Him 1, in, D.L. ii.ss, ap-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ planed    lolidiliollallv .     lol
opini i ii.. intu. citizenship ],\,„t, ,, _ |, ,,;, approved ; N,
lew   linn    lml   ol   llie  inllil***. Ill,,    inoil alld   VL.   ,   1)1,
i.piui.ii niiln .iiiin iiii/iiislup I'" relerred  back lot data   ra
wiih iiin.li.. io ih, nn, wnii, IFtAn,
,         ,    , A liinlir vv as opened lol Cil *il
"I    Ull H    "W 11    U Is   .lllll    IhU      aala ll.   ...              II     II
1 uic  tin   Muniiipal  llall site   al
»»"" lortliied l.v thei] l,Nllll   v,,ll,*v.   l.ul   u   it   was
muniv iiii   ilu iiiiiiiii   Irregular,   thi   engineer
th ..I ih,ii ,,i,i',: lions ;n waa inatructed to proceed tvitli
GILT EDGE
Business Property
Esplanade adjoining boat office building. Lol 19, Block
165, D.L. -"li with tea room, restaurant, -r) roomi -""I
attic.
Price only $15,000
Xermi:—One-Quarter cub, balance 6, 12 and 18 monthi
D.L. W)i—We hue thi best and oheioMt bujri in tliin liiini wctloai
I'rices from triKI ap.
ELDER MURRAY CO.
Tht    Sherwin-Williams    Paintt    Cotir    ihl    Earth
Pimm HI Snrlli V.nri'liv-t
I'll.all,     al".'   V'HIIH.IKIT
Office 11,'urs 'i i.m. to 5*80 p.m.   Op»n BtmIui by ippolal nl
titer ollice limirs, phone Llll
4.+at.^4M><^+<^«^^X">'.~>**H'':**w**>i><,<,,>>*,>,>,a":":":":":,,!'t
THE LONSDAIE PHARMAC)
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   PRICES    ...
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE US A TRIAL ON YOUR
NEXT ORDER. PHONE ig
T. S.  THOMAS, Tim,. E
DRUGGIST
nation, ever}' intelligent investor will recognize that propertv
values at North Vancouver are
siilist.iiiti.il   ami that iliev   an I  ♦-^•■■^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^♦•H"^
baaed upon a solid foundation '
oi lioiicsi fact and real  worth.
As sliell,   North  Valiiouvei    in-
vistiiiciits musl appeal t"  ail
('iiiscrv'.ilivc and pidicious investors, as eminent!) worth)
their      active     participation
therein.
lus  wiih reaped to prohibited
hours in hotels in the diitrict,
The constable was inatructed to
report  with  reference  to  the
natter and the clerk was 'instructed to cdl the attention oi
hotel keepers lo the allielid-
iilcnts to thn act in order lhat
they may be observed.
IMMIGRATION INTKLASlNG
The Immigration to Canada
shows a decided iiu re.is* dating
the lasl vear and in couinari.iii
With February ol torn), an in-
(I case ol III per cent. The total entering Canada in l'Ybiu-
II v, 1410, was 10,161, and in
February, 1909, was 1,791. Tin'
total    iiiinui;!.ition   lor   eleven
monthi ol the fiscal vear   was
175,979 aa igainat no,-144 fori
11 monthi "i 1.1st iisial vear or
U increase ol u per cent.
The total   immigration from .
the  United  States for the    11
months was Sh,4KS as conip.u
ol with 1(0,650, an increase   of ,
71 per cent.
MORRISON'S
S I (J N
W O g K S
Keith Block     1st Street W.
rc^  ,
_Mnde in Cintda    ^^^^^^^^^^
Stands Extremes of Heat and Cold
fcUBEROID is used on houses and barns at points
i,or«5 miles nnrth of Kdtnotiton, Alberta—and the
extreme cold has no effect on it.
aUTBEROID li aaed on buildingi in the West Indies,
Smith America and the Orient,—where the thermometer registers from 90 to 100 degrees for months
—and the extreme heat has no effect on it.
Could you ask for a nix* satisfactory roofing for vow-
house and barn f
Z-,
Sole Agents for
North Vancouver
Paine  <& McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
TAi    Sherwin-Williatnt   Paintt    Cater   thi    Earth
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
CliMTCTi.Ji  HV
THE .1//»•/'*> DAWi   -
('.■r;il|a'aii.*.l >|....„.;,,   -,|,
llalarnll* S
Kjrsei Snt Out on Application
For  tfriu.  »|i|ili   at   Ihl ll..-|ailal
Cur. lath Strr.-i ,-< si. .\n*lra*»'- A,c
I-1IOM-    60
This Week's Specials
D.L. 273
l.a.l I, lll.iik 14.    I'ri."  ll.'U'll.   iini-lliir.le«li,ilmnl 1:'.
LottltlSd I'ri**.*tll7"i.'inli      C.ialillT'i .'.ii'li.
First Street
I'm-I.ii in Mock IU    I'rio |.1W0.   13300
in - .1  .It   l.'a*i«l 1 ll.
( ' -\ OS I'i'u   M'aaiVi:
Chas. E. Lawson •£» Co.
0. S. SHEPHEKD C. E. LAWSON
Real Emti Specialiii        15 Lonidali Ave.        l'lioiu ;o
methods
tiling.
il real 1 si ate   edvor-
.,v,i.i-;i-s    ^^^^^^^^^^
lo   .isall  lilliiscil   ol    tin
ihis n .
It 1 .   Ill lllll .llllllll
llie   VVOl'k    .it    Ollie   lav    da)     I.ll'OI
.md   iii  keep  .ni  accurate ac-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^        (uiml oi ilu. mst, [or iln*   ptir-
tntit   <'■■' mnercial |HI.„ „| checking luture tcndei
procedun   thai     ortb Vancou     Thi   linance committee   iub*
,a,uld rank ai .1 strong l.i- "i"1"1 iccounl ■ totalling ssji.
v.,in,   *.   , bn oi' ih.   "■ »'hkh "'"' ""l'"'1 Mi-
Ilu iiihKt oi  lli   Turnei  to
il   *ii  In    present   tune   ,      ,,
laV     llll     Vl,|tci|l||lC    |0|     llll      I   ,l|a
1111    '■   ' tl"' lll«' at) ..: ,!,„„, ftei1 „,„,.,     Ull| ,, _,,l;
Vancouvei   will   »|-eiid centa pel   lined loot, w.is   M-
this (i.n, upon .1 !i.i->m.iU  as cepted.
ninii,               than im   .um     I'he Clerk laid 1 n thi   Mde a
dn., ollai . 11, "l1,l',   ' ''    ''''      '" "'
.    iti 1 iimi!
  !l|lln|s.      '| l|i     i'. *,-, , , ,.,     ■
lullicienl   10  givi  mi  intr ttsii ,, ;.n, publidn ■.. Jw
v.ilu. to ; -niii     Somi
nal-  '* itlari i
Model n iiicthods ol loiistfiictioii combining
Artistic decorative features with low  msl
Deault in homelike coi)  residducs
Jhal make the stand,ird of ipialilv
111 the houses that ve I1111I1I.
Wolhiii'.' is omitted    Our plans
Jihiiw everything necessarv lor the completion
Al tin store, 1 esidiiiu*, cic, thai we build.
Mime ol the objectionable extras, and
THE
people im whom tn have bnili ia Xoiiii Vancouver show iluir appreciation by adviaing the intatW
111^' home
BUILDER
lo conn and su ns    Don't aCCCpl llie .laluniiit ol
another that they can give von the saint resulta, tl
you want lhe lust loiisiilt
M4TT. B. MARTINSON
CONTRACTOR
Home Block, Lonadale Ave.      Phone 173      P, 0. Box 72
SEE US FOR
SASH      DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC.
ni'KRARD SASH & DOOR FACIORY,  foot of St. Oorge
tVumlicil ;i trial bid on jronr Onbm •mall "r lirft,
PIONEER BAK5 RY
Utllvli: K  IIIM IK, l'r.i|irielurs
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
11 v a, ai \\\ i* i' very to all parte of city
nd 54
Stores: 71 lonsdnle Ave. Cor. Ltmsdiilc & filh St.
North Vancouver Woodyard
Corner Sei on I and St. Patrii k'l
wa up, iv  ^tove Wood
niiv   l'i   th required
$2.75 per load
*' dl '**'' Phoai   P.O. Bon 116
Advertisements ii The Express
Bring Results
N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1910
Mnn li  ,'slh    Met rv  Widow.' t'lnli DaBO
April isi   St. Andrew'i Cluh Dance,
April J—   Horticultural Soclety'i Daace.
April sili    \l'!tv Widow's Chili I),in,i
April 22nd   Ucrn Widow's Club Daace.
dulv i-i   Flower Show
ior renl "i Hall *   Dancca, Jio; concerta
and soli,ds, fu,
tl. SNOW, Secreicrq.
Or to C. P.JACKSON, 13th Street, THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Garden, Field
and Flower
SEEDS
New crop now arriving from our growers m
Kngland, France, Holland, Canada and the lnii.il
States. All tested as lo vitality and purity on
arrival, The best is good, enough Ior our customers
Catalogue Iree.
Business will lie continued at our old stand until May. Alter tliat in new location, whieh will In-
announced later.
Address:
M. J. HENRY,  3010 w«*»R«d
J Vancouver, B. L.
UU.,
Cars  leave  ferry   landing Inr
all points, as (ollows:
•6.15 a.m.
•6-45  "
•7.20  "
7-50  "
8.20  "
8.50  "
9.20  "
9-45  "
After which cats leave at ten
minutea past the hour and twenty minutes to the hour  until
midnight.
Cars leave Lonsdale Avenue,
Keith Road, and o-.u-cnsliury
Avenue Tei initials as lollows:
Funeral Procession of the Late Chief Joe Capilano
The above cut pictures the luneral procession dating llie ibscquies ol the late Chief Jon Capilano, in readiness to leave
the house of lhc deceased en route lo the cemetery.
The three pall bearers standing on the side ol tho casket inward the house and reading from led to right are.: Chid
Kdward, of Saanich ; Charlev .Musqiiiain and Jack Musi'tii.m . The three bowers in the 111111* i-diatc foreground reading from
k-fl to right wc : Joe Peter, 1 uliv Creek ; Chid Billy Vaj; Km, Nanaimo ; Jack V slick, Chilliwack. Immediately lollowing the bier arc Chief Andrew, Sqiianusli Kiver, anil Chid Billy, Si-u.uiiisli River. The three ligures at the extreme right are
Sriuaiiiisli Indians. Chief Edward ol Saanich and Chief Vag lein ol Nanaimo accompanied Chiel Joe Capilano on his historic trip to Ottawa.
Chief Mathias Joe Capilano, son and .successor of Chiel Joe Capilano, as chief ol not only the local tribe, but of all the
tribes of British Columbia, a position attained for tin lust time in the history ol llu- B. C. tribes by his lather, has decided to have erected a mausoleum over his lather's pate. The mausoleum will be built ol sUine and mwble and the plans
arc now in course ol preparation bv a Vancouver architect, ll is intended lo receiv*; contributions towwd defraying the lost
of tlie monument from individual uiciiil-irs ol ,dl the tribes throughout Uu- province and these subsiriptions will probably be
supplemented by gifts from white sympathisers with the inovtueiit as well.
Chief Mathias Joe Capilano declares that it is his intention to administer his high office in accordance with the ideals and
purposes so long advocated by his father. While Chid Joe Capilano is sleeping his long last sleep, the new Chief wishes his
•-eople to bc continually inspired with tlie lact that tlieir illustrious chieftain still lives, thathis influence is still present with
thnn, and that his aims and aspirations we personilied 111 his sou and successor.
* Not on Sunday
For Grouse Mountain ta';
•6.05 a.m.
•6.30  "
•7.00  "
*7-35   "
8.05  "
8.35 "
9.00 •'
9.25   "
9-45   "
10.25   "
io.55   "
j   After which can leave
minutes to the hour a;.
Ity-five minutes'after U
I until midnight,
the Lonsdale Avenue  car.
al li\e
1 iweu-
t hour
For
Lynn Valley take the Queensbury Avenue car.     For Capilano
take the Keith Road car.
WANTED
North  Vancouver Property   everywhere   and   anywlnii-
We have the buyers ud the cisli.  make your own pi i( 11
and terms, ind hand into or phone.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
liOnsdale Avenue, near Ferrv
Phones-Office 24      House 22       P'.O. Box 60
1   Wireless Telegraph
Mr. W. B. Southwick, general
manager of the lulled Uuduss
Company which has its head
station ,in the province in North
Vancouver, was i-n the city yesterday on a trip ol inspection.
Mr. Southwick uiloniied the local manager, Mr. W. McUcgi-
ghan, that he had just consum-
ated arrangements lor llie
equipping ol eighl more boats
in Vancouver with the United
Wireless systim, and that lie
was negotiating lor the equipping of 63 more boats in Australia, which he expected lo
have completed within a lew-
days. Thc manager gave Mr.
McCleneghan notice thai it was
the intention of his company to
establish a head olhce in Vancouver for the wholo oi the
Canadian Pacific coast and that
he, as the senior employee.
would lie placed in ehwge ol the
coast business and havo supervision of all boats coming within his jurisdiction. Mr. McCleneghan has been in the service ol the company lor over
lour years and the next employ--
ee in seniority has been connected with tho company only
a matter ol a little, ovor a ye.irl
Congratulations wc, thtrelore,
due to the local representative.
DOMINION ESTIMATES
Thc lollowing British Columbia itoins appew in lhe Domin
ion Gove-rnraent's supplenien
twy estimates for the war end
iug Mwch 31st, 1910 :
Further amounts for peniteu-
tiwies in the province, $20,000;
public works for iuiproviiiient
to Victoria harbor, $36,000;
improvements and repairs to
buildings and fittings, furniture,
etc., at Williams Head Quarantine Station, f 2,000 ; improve-
ments to Skeena river, $762.J8;
further amount needed for improvements, renewals and repairs and establishment of local exchanges on lelt-plionc line*
$4,000 ; land line ol telegraph
from Prince Rupert to St.
George, thence to Port Simpson, $3,5001 at Victoria on
Cape Beale telegraph line for
tha purpose of making good
damages done to loot  bridges,
eU., by heavy loads, >l,,S"n ; 111
connection with the B. C. Indians, to provide for expenditures attending small-pox epidemics and to provide lurtlier relief, $M,.t's7 i to provide a lurther ainoiiiil lor lied and implements, .M,ui>o and to pioviiii
assistance lo the Port Sunpwi
hospital, $1,807.
Provided also in tin supplementary estimates ls an item
ol $25,000 for hu ther amounts
required (or protection 0I limber in Manitoba, Baikatchewan
and the N. W. 'f., and the railway belt in British Columbia ;
tree culture in Manitoba, Sask
atclii'wan and Allierla, and inspection and management of
iorest reserves.
LOCAL NEWS  ITEMS
Mrs. KuiiUr ol Chesti-riiiM
Ave. returned last Monday from
a short trip to Seattle.
Mrs. W. P. Peacey lell this
week for Victoria where she intends spending a few weeks Ior
her health.
tt. I',. Fowler of First street
is erecting I nsiiliiiu* mi his
propertv, situated lot 25, block
54, I)* L- 274.
Janus Mam.11 is having constructed a icsulciKc lor personal occupation on his property
on iNth street wesl, lot 20-21-
547-
■'
When this mark is on
the outside of a paint-
can, be sure that what's
inside is the paint it
will pay you best to put
inside or outside of any
building. It's yout
warranty of real paint value—because it means
paint permanence.   Trust it—you're surely safe.
IN     TINS     riOW     PINT     TO    GALLON "*"
Mmia   ll   40  a—Sat   tat   every  M-»' <>*•
ky l.»f»rlal Varnl.h 9 Color Co.. Tororto
6*
North Vancouver Hardware Co.
Local Agents
16
lonsdile
Bressey
Peers & Boult
REAL LSTAfE
IdMiianir
Notary Public
Phont
m
Montrose
Terrace
The Cream of D.L. 553, North Vancouver
Th< re are not very many ol them, but you Mill have a chance
to irrure one ol these ideal homesites
50 x 140 to 20-foot Lane with
$150 Cash
Bala' ce ipreid over 18 months and the total pnee is $525.
These lots, slashed and burned, ind requiring hardly any cleanng, are situated on an DM
street. They command a beautiful and uninterrupted view of thc harbor and the south
city and are only three blocks east o| the Grand Boulevard and tramline.
The Price and Terms are exceptionally  low and easy
THE BRITISH AMERICAN
TRIST CO., Ltd.
Williamson At   Turner,   Managers,   Real Estate Department
431 Seymour Street Phone 720
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^♦♦♦♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^ THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Call and see our list of
City Property
and
Acreage
Double Corner on the
Boulevard, $3000
One-thin am,  bsL stringed
D.L. 263,2 lots,
$1200 each,
1 an ii mu,
School Trustees
the
WiS
Lonsdale
Brokerage to.
W. rtimajM
13 ! otudalc Ave
Phone 186
North Vnncouver,    B.C.
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIPBUILDERS,
A   special   meeting   oi
Board oi School Trustees
llllll   TllCSll.l'    a vetting.
renders were opened ior the
rents! oi tht receailj acquired
K.tileuiuclici place .md ihat oi
luhn ilchwan al J355 pal annum, being tlie highest, wa accepted, A resolution was passed  .ulvisiiij,; lllc city COtt-f.it   ol
the adion ol ihe Board, te»
questing thai tlnir anion bt
endorsed snd that the Hoard he
authorised to devote tlic proceeds to school purposes, not
covi red bj the estiinates,
ilu* lollowiag resolution was
adopted relative to the death of
Trustee ft', 1', I'l-acey : "That
this  Board desire to place os
iiinni I lieu dcc]i sense ol loss
111 llic removal by death, u
Tmstcc Wa 1'. I'cacei, and
to .nld their testimony to Uu '
siiiiin;; qualitiei and the gtMiu-
iiic worth ol the character  ol
the   deceased.    In   the removal
oi All. Pescey ihe entire communit) mourns the loss ol an
upright and enterprising citizen,
the local interests oi edocaUou,
the loss oi ,111 enthusiastic and
laithlul servitor and this Hoard
the loss ol a most highly ia-
jteemed iriend aud comrade. The
Board further desires to express
the deep sympathy ol its members with Uic wile and lamil)
ol their departed confrere and
to convey to them iheir hope
lor the divmc support in their
sad Lyercavc.11ic.ut."
On motion A. K. Steacy was
appointed returning ollicer to
i.ili ior nominations to fill the
vacancy caused bj tha death of
Mr. Peacey.
K. ol P. SOCIAL.
A very pleasant tiun.- w;is
spent at the social given under
the auspices oi the local lodge
ol K, I"s. in tlieir hall last
evening. The aflair was strictly informal md there was a
large attendance ol the members and their iriends. Cards
and dancing constituted the
evening's entertainment which
was brought to a very ame-
aide climax In the serving of a
most sumptuous repast. Alter
supper the piano was set in
motion and the younger members of the gathering enjoyed a
marry hop until a late hour.
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Mrs. Pescey desires to thank
most sincerely, all, those who
by means ol floral tributes or
otherwise gave such coliilorlii,;;
expressions ol llieir svinpu 1-y.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I„ Keene,
who have been absent on
,1 vacation in Kngland for the
nasi lew months, sailed from
Liverpool last Saturday en
route for home
COAL
NEW WKI.1.1NGT0N Coil
direct (rom the imbm.
Plnco your •rder. now >i I
••cure your winter'nupply.
I .mi!-* ihipmenta will arrive
in > lew (lay-. Prim ri|*lit.
Urge supply of WOOD
alwaye on hnnd    ....
Are You Aiming
for the Goal
of Success
ENGINEERS &
Mftnn Iters,   .   .
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Njrth Vancouver
The many Iriend:, ol Mr. G.
A. HcBaia «ill be sorry to hear
"I his UlnssS which followul a
slight operation PU the nose
lasl week. Jlloo.l poisoning sel
in and serious lean were unlet*
lamed should the poisoning
spread. The lasl tcport received, however, was very satiaiac-
t"i\ .nnl it is believed that not
tin patient is out of danger.
IK was t.ikeu to the Burrsrd
sanitarium this week.
P.  LARSON
Hotel Nortli Vancouver
Telephone  No. a.
Do you want to make
money ?
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,
Are you open for an investment offering immediate returns?
t " " " " * n 111111111111 iii n 111 n I ■ 1 m 1 n
New
Boulevard
::   Lnder instructions from the owners we are placing on sale at
very re' aonable prices and good terms a subdivision of
54 LOTS
On the New Boulevard
BETWEEN
CHESTERFIELD AND iMAHON AVENUES
in a i (iiumaiirlir.n (xisition.
This is, without doubt, one of the finest residential subdivisions
on the market, combining a magnificent view with close proximity '0 tlic present Lonsdale Avenue Car Line.
Lob are 50 I 11 an ihe Boulevard and liavi lln added advantage ol an eighty foot street on
tlic WOfl vie.   Lots are guaranteed cleared liv lhc vendor and street- opened up.
For maps and price list apply to
Campbell & Evensoo
Birmingham
situate on the G. T. P. Railway, equidistant
from the cities of Prince Rupert, Edmonton and
Vancouver, at the junction of the Fraser and Ne-
chacco Rivers, offers you a great opportunity to
increase your worldly wealth. Lots are now
selling at $50—$25 cash. On Monday, 28th
March, prices will positively be increased to
$70. On Monday, May 16, these lots will be
selling at from $150 to $500.
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Phone 6393
9 Lonsdale Ave.
Phone 155
Maps, plans and full particulars at
The Birmingham Townsite  ?
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LIQUOR   ACT. Kim.
The Express h.is requested by
the district eiuincil, at tin- aii-
jiiliniul session Tuesday evening
lo (five publicity to the amended clause ol the Liquor Act, in
respeel lo prohibited hours ami
io Intimate lhat the attention
ol tin- council has Ik-cii call-il to
irregulariiies in connection wilh
licensed   boUKS,   111   tile  in.itlei'
of prohibited hours and  lurtlier
that the BoWd nl  License Cnlll-
iiiissioneis will probably be uh
ed   tO   lake  Cogiii/alii(<   nl   llie
natter.
Clause 74 ol the Act with re-
li'iiiue to Sunday dosing and
prohibited limns, is as foUows
"In all |ilaccs where UqUOT
is or mav be sold liv whole-
Sale or retail within the limit! ol the Province ol Hritish
Columbia, no sale or otlni
disposal of liquor shall taki
place therein or on the pi ..in
ises thereol or mil of, or from
the same to anv pt-rsoii or
persons whomsoever, and DO
person and no licensee holding
anv license lor tile sale ol li-
ipini shall sell, barter or give
,iai\ liquor Irom or alter the
hours  ol   eleven   ol the elm k
on Saturday nicht until Bn
ol llie 1 link on Monday inorn-
Ing,  thereafter,   nor   during
miv lurther tune on the said
lava, nor during anv hours ot
oiliei dayi during which any
statute ill force ill this Pro-
Vises, or liv anv by-la* in
lorce iii the munii ip.ilm
wherein such place or   places
limy lie situate, llie same or
the -vati'loiisc or tin* barroom or tin- store-room thereat! arc lo In- kepi closed, DOT
shall anv liquor, whether told
or not, in* permitted to bs
drunk  in   a-ny  ol such plans
during the time prohibited I
llus Act or by anv ot In r Act
ol the Legislature of the Pro
since ol Hritish Columbia, oc
In aii\ tiiiiliicipalih lor tli.'
sale ol lhe same, except liv
llu mi up,ml or -nine nieiii-
Ihi nl his fainilv."
r Elite Realty Co.
2348 Westminster Ave. Vancouver
List with as (or pionipl |-crsona! attention  with  speedy
results.
Specialists in
North Vancouver, Fairview and
Mount Pleasant Properly
A ven pleasant minion took
place this week upon lhe arrival irmn Toronto of Mr,  ind
Airs. Craiue, who come wesl mi
,1 holiday trip and to spend  .1
lew   weeks with their daugliu I .
Mrs,  Arthur Parkins of Lonsdale Gardens.
19th St. and St. George's
Fourth lot Irmn aveliuii,    44 by
150 feet.     I650 all i ash.
Chesterfield  Avenue
■,11 in 1 jo feet.   One .11 re f) to,
'. cash.   Easj terma.
Lynn Valiey
5 acres.   I). I.. J088,   (tcai I si
Sl nm pel acre.    Terms.
Capilano West
Sn tfifSS.      ij Uiile   liom   liilel.
fojg an acre.
West of Lonsdale
jo-i-'Ss,   Si 11111.   '.. cash. Easy
balance.
S.W. Corner D.L. 1105
Mi aires at   >-""   Ml   aile   net.
Terms.
Buy at the |Save your Piano by having
an Expert do your Tuning
Welcome
Parlor
And Save Money
For Groceries,
Dairy Produce,
Vegetables and
Fruit
T. BRADLEY-TAYLOR
260  Second   St., West
Work liiunnUf-d.     Drop a |nwUI nml
I'll iill.
General Contractor
CI.KAKING, GaUDUTO,   KXrWAT
im;, thf.
ifHf'imnsreeiiBi. - norm Vancouver
Highlands Potatoes J 1.25.
Hist J. & M. Codec,Irish roast
ed and ground, }H> Si.oo       Addresa-443 Lonsdale Avenue
Indian and Ceylon Tea, ,ill> Sl.
Alberta Batter, best creamery,
3lb J1.00
Also Butter at 25c. and 30c.per
pound.
Fancy Apples:
Wine Saps J27.S per bo.\.
King Apples J2.50
Golden Pippins $2.2,s
Oranges   all   sizes from lot. up
to 50c. per tl07.cn,  gur-ran-
tenl not  touched  by  f ost,
and sweet and jum.
Large    assortment   of   l-'.li; ltsli
Candies   imported   and   domestic from  ise. up to 501.
Also  Fancv  Chocolates  un  to
f1.50 per lb.
MUSIC HATH CHARMS
We have competent teachcri for the lollowing instruments:
PIANOFORTE,   OKGAN.   VIOLIN.
VIOLIN! KI.LU.   CORNET,   MANDOLIN.
Term of twelve le»»on», $6.00
North Vancouver Piano Co. & School of Music
Phone 114
List with uk.
Sor our List
The Elite Realty Co
2348 Westminster Road      Between 7th fc 8th Aves.
Vancouver
Telephone I'H)
tt*l l>» ivry
Builders and
Contractor*
P, LARSON is   prepare.! to
supply
Lime, Brick-
Sand, Cement
Ami all  kinds of  I'inl tug
Material in qtu.nt.tieito rait
am! nt rensonalile jiricei"
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HOTEL NORTH YANCOIP l-.K
TKI.KrilONK Nu  2.
Royal Standard Flour
The  Flour with the  absolute guarantee
Miniif-iiluriil li;
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co. Ltd.
Viiii'iinviT,    B.( .
I'ln- molt exacting and particular In ad  Inkers are our
best customers.
Onler ROYAL STANDARD  bniM up British ("lum
Ihh's indnitrii
Evi rv III k cull '■ l' ' 'I
Wood for Sale
M.u Geaml  Ooatrtctlif,  ci. -irinj
Kieimlof, llriulind, ite.
F. II. HAY,
I'l.- im* 81 Hi ,,l K"i ,«•',
A.LBXANDBR If. RBILLY
Teacher ol
Artistic Pianoforte Playing
North Vancouver,   Saturdays THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Hiatherbloom  Petticoat*
BEST  FOR  srRING  WEAR
In these very desirable garments we ibtW a great
range ol styles l>oih bpliin and handiome embroiaer.
ed I'ltri It.
1 Iciiihcrliloiiin Petticoats arc worn by faihionabu
women tbe wmld ovei ihey ue ilu seme d style,
hi and durability,
Note these tun popular piked In"
l!i ithi rbloom l'i itii oils, in pavy, brown
i md hln k, made   with  dei p  i orded
flounce ind duit ruffli, exi i Hi ul value, .11
Sl.il each
lle.ltlielMl'lllll      I'l   Itil ai'l    ,    Midi     Willi   ill  '  p
i in uiai iiiiiiiii i .uul dm) i n'i'-. ihown in bl ick,
ii.iw, green ind brown: alioittnctivicom*
lun,iiimi i iiim-: prii a it,50 i .11 li
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
jT. (-r-mvillo Street
I'iii me 3541
North Lonsdale
I,..I   lOUxlH I'.r KM-     *\''i'"*t  I'lriiri'il     Very BUJ  l'*nn-
i ine n( tin- liiu-i l(K*atnaii,- lor I I m Sortb Vaoeouvor, IflOsSM,
ilr.,r. *. Igmkxl,ipleiulld * ** .i    I'raai'll'juo.   ', Ollh, I .v II
LYNN VALLEV
Cl.aii'i   I.**! on  I.vnn  V.ilL".   .-.it  line,  $710.
I1IIKI) STRI I'.I
Tin. on lint- iiiiM.n :lnl Mini lur $:1l00i-ai,li.   '„ caih. 0 i^ 11
i,   H   Vnn.'. *. V. M.iU,.
G. W. VANCE & CO.
(in. Mh \ l.iiisiliili-    Phone 176 lli.mili (III,,,  hun Snllei
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I Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods
Gent's Furnishing and Fancy Store.
][    I'a.r.Jiial .in.l Lmivlali A\.i, K-liilili«lnal I'ki'i Ti-leplnun-•V'l    ',',
Uuh,i inii/-ii owtlotkof Beunliful
Vi    Sitting Goods     Out Lout,
Uml,ninii rit.i   an,I   RvchiwjS    till
,'liuii't tlmi 1'i'fij fluiiji. Dfnsgoods
ni  nil mutt frmn l'u'. /'rr iind.
Selected Prink We. and I5e, Shirtwaists from "'»('. up. All iir."t-ii'is.<
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DRESSMAKING on the Premises
Jill II llll III lllllllll 1111 HH¥¥Ht¥¥¥HHH*
■ i    Hall i-i'"k n'i" Lonsdsle   I650
One-third Cssh Balaocs 6, ta sad iSmontlu
|Oj  li 1 t a 11   Ki llli   Iin el   C .iilin*- >S"'»>
third 1        Qsli  6.11 ami is monthi
a (lli Street, Inst In- k Itoii-  l.i.11.
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JACK LOUTET
2H  Lonsdsle Ave. Cor.  Queen  and  Loi   I.ili-,
l.l. 47 I.-I.H7
21 Exclu ii"- Budding, Vancouver, Ll 6330
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CAS l'KA\'CIHSF(
Gas Is aoiim 10 Uic fore in
North Vancouver. A lew weeks
ago there wart no less than lour
companies making application
for a franchise to operate in
this city following which tiln-n-
was a temporary lull, but last
evening in committee of tlic
whole the city council wa.s approached with a definite proposition from the North Vancouver Light, Heat and Gas Company for a franchise in lieu ol
which thev would agree to complete the erection ol a gas plant
in the city within 11 months
from the passing ol the hvlau.
The proposals as submitted iu
letiler Iui 111 were as follows : "I
herewith respectfully make application lor a Iranchisc lo supply gas to the city ol North
Vancouver."
II a bylaw is passed In "Unpeople giviug ihe North Van
couver I.ight, Hunt and Gas
Company, Ltd., a twenty-five
\e:iis' exclusive franchise with
a lifteen years' optional citv
purchase clause by arbitration,
Uie Company will on the start
give g.is at |l.6j per 1,000 cu-
lue leet, with a discount oi
cents per 1,000 cubic feet for
prompt payment, making gas
J«i.,S() per 1,000 cubic bet net,
.uul will put up bond approved
by the council of £5,000, same
to expire when building contract is carried out. We will
commence operations in (ki days
complete a gas works in eleven
months irom tliu date oi passage ol the bylaw adequate to
supply a city ol 10,ono people
1,and, ol couiso laid out with a
view to add to and enlarge
same).
The Company asks for a definite reply to this proposition
by 110011 Thursday, March 24th,
1910. (Signed) W. Thomas Ior
the N. V. Light, Heat and Gai
Company.
Thc matter was referred lo a
spei ial council uieeting lo lie
hold ou Wednesday eveniug ol
this week.
LOST LAUNCH
Mr. J. Paine, ol the firm pi
Paine and McMillan, is again
mourning the loss of lus recently purchased gasoline launch,
which was stolen from its moorings on the waterfront in Ironl
ol thc Hotel North Vancouver
some time last Friday nighl
The Inlet irom First to Second Narrows has been thoroughly searched but to no eflect.,
and it is thought thai tvho evei
has taken it has it in hiding in
some secret place until n can be
slipped away. Mr. Paine oni
purchased the boal last Ml mi
paid about $1,000 lor it. Short*
I) .ilier ho brought it over ti
tins side ol the inlii some pai
tu-s appropriated il lo gel ova
tu Vancouver in.   it wss lound
,1 day 01 tWO alletw.U'ils tied
up to one ol lllc slips on llic
Vancouvei side and was appar-
uiiUy the work ol di links or irresponsible persons. Mr. Paine
coiiscipuiitlv lccls very much
chagrined over the last steal
Irom the lact that he took s
lesson Iroiii the former trouble
and last Friday was the first
time that ha had nol Wt Us
boat in such a condition thai
il would lie impossible lor anv
persons to gel avv.iv with it
other than by towing,
CRIMINAL CODE
A bill is uow belore the House
of Commons, Canada, which
coutains several amendment.,
to the Criminal Code. Among
other things it provides that
any persons fouud guilty ol recording anv bets or wagers un
any municipal campaign, liui.se
race or any contest of trial of
skill 01 endurance 61 man or
beast or engages in pool selling, book-making or pWTJiaslM
jor selling any information intended lo assist book-iuak'tig,
;pool-selling, or sells or ollci "lor
jsale any advertising matter in
this connection, is liable to one
year's imprisonment and 1 line
not exceeding oue thousand dollars.
Thc word "gaining house ' i.s
substituted with the word
"gaming place" which is 111-
Uiiidcil lo cover the gaming in
stocks or merchandise on mar
gin.
The word "gaming house" is
also amended in the same manner in another section to cover
playing any game ol chance,
which is not alike favorable to
.Iall players including amongst
the players the banket 01 person by whom the game is managed or against whom the game
is managed, or against whom
the players stake, pU] M l»l
and including lookers on.
NOTICI- OF   RKTTKKMKNT
Mussis. Dodds alld Tyson lug
to advise the public that the}
have disposed of the entire
stock-in-trade of the business
formerly conducted by tin in and
have retired from the business.
They desire to convii to their
former customers then sincere
thanks for the liberal patronage extended to thnn.
Messrs. Dodds and Tyson will
be found at their lormel place
ol business, Flat Iron Hlock,
corner Eighth and Tenth streets
until the end ol March, where
all outstanding accounts
against thc lirm will bt paid
and payments upon all accounts
due the lirm will be received,
Mr. W. Higginbottoiu ol Ashcroft was in the city lasl tvesh
spending a few hours with his
old friend, J. N. J. Hrown. Mr.
Higginbottoiu has been down
on the coast for the past nine
weeks and his trip to North
Vancouver was a fitting iltunix
to a -very pleasant holiday.
A&BOB DAV
The observance ol A iln at Da}
last .Saturdav was not attended
wiih the usual tree planting and
decorating operations customary on that dav. Committees
Irom the cilv council and ntliei
public bodies had ln-cii appointed to carry out an extensive
program ol works with nature,
but the weather man Intervened
aiid the day was too disagreeable lor any of the contemplated Improvements to be carried
into eflect.
A. PAKRO
General Contractor
Land Oann|, Slump ami Roek
RlMlin|. Katra cara near hmitai.
All   .aa ..**■► made |ood
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VANCOUVER
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VICTORIA
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Tj Wa are showing as Ivne a line of gold and gem
j!       set levvcllerv as has ever been placed before thc
^5        public view in anv citv in anv laud.
The designs are the product ol the many
European and American lashion centres, and reflects the best eilorts   ot the   most  (anions   lie
signers,
m Everything mw and strict.) np to prevailing
at      i.islnoiis.
COSTUMKS MATCHKD
: Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
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.» Diamond Merchants and Jewellers,
_ ("I K ir rn, Cor. t lasting* & Granville
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PILE DRIVING
AND
General Contracting
AITI.Y AT
HEAD OFFICE—Roomi 12 and IS,   FUflk Block
L83 Hastings Btwert. W    Telephone 8099
Or CiAh' Wharf, North Vancouver.    Phone 136
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West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
Launch "Weit Vancouver," Captain Findlay
I ia. used lor 35 passengers
TIME TABLE
1. vie,
ll.il!> I.UMI Wllltl
I a.m.
.i.aiii a.m.
11.00 am.
13.00 p.m.
15.00 p.m.
17.00 p.m.
la, I >   l»ni|  I >i 1 |ll   Su mill I
I.a al. - \ .,11 ,'UT.r
City rmlt.' Whtit
S.oo a. 111.
10.00 a.m.
12.00 a.m.
1 • im p.m.
16.00 p.m.
18.00 p.m.
iy.00 pan »nturil«i» Only  »*oo p.m.
11.30 a.m "Hindu) Schedule   —1400 p.m.
17.00 p.in         "  jj.00 p.m.
Single Fare 15c.       Two Ticket! 25c.
Quickest route.Irom North Vancouver to thc district beyond
Cspilano River. Launch "West Vancouver" makes connections, without lad, with the (erry steamers (rom Nortli Vancouver, as per aboi 1 si In dills.
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All kind-ol
Lumber
Mouldings
Sash and
Doors, Etc
Yl I a    a Ila ,,p
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LIB CO.
MILL   AND  0FFII I
Biplsnads, Kast
Phons Bj   Korth Nam' ouvet
PALACE
HOTEL
Kins:
t2.00  pi r   .nnl   lip.
Special latis I" bus
ibn ind to regnlsi
bosrden	
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5ioo,ooo,    in
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The current issue ol the Bnt-' 1,Qrt N Waterworks Cornish Columbia Gazette contains l'f >'• capital Jio.ouo, in shares
the following appointments and °' » lhe <*Jf» ol the com-
announceincnts, also the list ol P<wy _• lo *_#! the town of
dental surgeons in the province l'°rt Haue>' _snwtttt
lor the year 191J	
Appointments.
Harry Smith, of Stewart, to
hc a Justice ol the Peace.
John Conway, of Prince Rupert, to Ik- District, Rc-gistrur ol
the Supreme Court, and Registrar ol tho County Court at
Prince Rupert ; Deputy Mining
Rucorder lor the Skeena kiver
Mining Division, in placa 01
Herbert Young, resigned.
Charles R. Hamilton, K.C.,
Ollicial Administrator tor the
Rossland City Electoral District, lo be Ollicial Administrator lor and within the Citv ol
Trail.
Hemphill Brothers Limited,
capital, $2,=i,ooo. in shares of
$100. The linn will carry on a
general contracting business in
the City of Vancouver.
South Vallcv Power & Irrigation, Company, capital,
$10,000, in shares ol $1.
West End Liquor Company,
capital, 520,000, in shares ol >i.
The object ol tllc company is
tO take over the liquor license
ol Frank Powell iu Vancouver.
The Rossland Market, Limited, capital, 15,000, in shares oi
$100.
The Hose & Hrooks Company,
capital,  Si5o,ooo, in shares  ol |
Jl.   Their   object   is   to    lake
.Notice is given that   sanitary IOVcr the business of 1-'. lv Hum
regulations for   towns in iinor- _ Co., Vancouver,
gaiii/cd   districts   are lo apply I   The   Strathspey   Land   & Into the town of Stewart,   Port-, vestment    ICoinpany,    capilal,
land Canal. 1550,000, in sharus of |i.
Certilicates of incorporation j The Kinsclla Adjustable Trol-
havi-been granted as follows ;    :i-.y-.lead    (St    Wheel   Coinpanv,
Great West Realty & Invest- capilal, $10,000, in 200 shares
incut Company,   capilal, $100,-10[ 550 each.
000 in shares of Sloo. j    The St.  Andrew's Society ol
The High River Wheat & Cal-1 Prince  Rupert  has  been iticor-
tle Company, capital $200,000, Ipofated   under   the   Hcnevolenl
in shares ol $100.   The purpose!Societies Act.
of   the  company   is to acquire j   The following have assigned :
land in Alberta and British Col-1 Joseph Meistc-r,  tobacco   nui -
umliia lor (arming purposes.      , chant,   Water  street,   Vancou-
(Juancc    Lumber    Company, I ver ; The People's Grocery and I
capital,  $30,000,  in  shares   of, Bakery Coinpanv, Vancouver.
Jloo. I   The Municipality ol   Malsqiii
Union    Tninsfer  &   Storage is  applying   for a reduction of
Company,   capital,  550,000,   in iis limits,
shares of fl. DENTAL SURGEONS
Gillicspies Limited, capital, I List ol members of the Col-
5,So,ooo, iu shares ol $100. legs ol Dental Surgeons ol Brit-
The West Coast Power Coin- ish Columbia who have had Is-
pany, capital, |lo,000, in shares sued to theni certilicates for
of $100. lyio.
Vancouver Gardens of the W. II IV Anderson, A. R.
Gulf, Limited. Capital, 5,V,- Baker, R. C. Dainlord, Vancoii-
000, 111 shares ol $100.
The     Wcbster-IIanna     Com-	
panv, capital, $75,01*1, iu shares Bessie    Brighouse,   Vancouver
01 S50. Tint object of lhc com- Geo. 11. Hrown, Nanaimo ; \Y
pany is to carry on the business B. Clayton, Prince Rupert : U
ol manufacturing type-writing J, Curry, Vancouver; W. V
machines or equipment in this Davios, Chilliwack ; W. Iv Em
province. mon*.,  Vancoiiver j  W.  F.  Fra-1
British Columbia Bond & scr, Victoria ; W. M. Gallighei',
Realty Corporation, capital, C. II. Gatewiiod, Vancoaver;
5,so,ooo, in shares of 5io each.     ,1. B. Gerry, Kamloops ; W, J.
Island River Coal Coinpanv, Hacking, New Westminster ; II.
capital, (150,000, in shares   oi lv    Hall,   Cranbrook ;    Lewis
couver ; F. E, Morrison, Nelson ; J1 C. Morrison, North
Vancouver ; K. C. McDonald,
Vernon ; J. E. McGregor, Nanaimo , G. A. McGuirc, CM.
McNaughton, Vancouver, P.
I). McSwecn, New Westminster ;
Richard Nath, Victoria; T. M.
Nicholson, Vancouver ; F. W.
Proctor, Victoria ; W, J, Ouiu-
lan, Prince Rupert ; W. Richardson, W, J. Rutherford, Vancouver ; J. W. N. Shepherd,
Kclowna ; E. P. Smith, New
Westminster; E. G. Smyth,
Nelson ; W. R. Spencer, Vancouver ; W. B. Steed, Nelson ;
A. H. Tanner, Rossland ; Geo.
Tellord, Vancouver ; A. J.
Thomas, Victoria ; II. E.
Thomas, P. C. Thomas, Vancouver ;, R, Ford Verrinder, Victoria, and W. J. Woiigleworth,
Fertile,  B. C.
Amongst a long list of applicants to pun base land in the
Skeena River district the following Vancouver names appear ; Waller Ellis, A. K.
Evans, M. Evans, J, 15. and J,
A. Fk-tt, A. B., B. C, F. II.,
II. M., and L. Hepburn, C. F.
Jackson (North Vancouvi 11,
A. D, Taylor, and M. W. aiid
A. J. Kappcllc.
DR. H. B. HOWELL
opi in an
(hkick:—Burrard   Sanitarium,  1010
G'-riMait., Vancouver.
RlOBSRCnPnOSS number 144 Norlli
\.iiii*iiiiv*r
II. E. KRUGCR
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork
All Work Guaranteed.
I'lariicr Kilie.-iith St. and Mahon Ave
W.J. BALMAIN
CIVIL   ENOINBBR
(.Juan-icy Surveyor and Architect
NORTH  VANCOUVER.
II.
Muiiuliii'liirrr of
■11 kinds ui Miv-jrii mid AiiMiiue  Fiiriiituir
Mop- OfftM Hnnk ninl Hir fixtures    Kf pairing in nil iln briorhei.
Picturt- faming.      Furniture Storage.
173 THIRD STREET, W.
MAIL llll UK Id- ijlT.iii |iro 1111*1 •iii-uinin
ver ; John Harher, Fernie ;   lv
W.   Bridgman,   A.  Brigfcoase,
Sl.ooo.      ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Trout    Lake   Lumber    Cninpanv,    capital,   5100,000,     il
•nans ol >l each.
The     Hcattic-Murphy     Colli-
Hall, Victoria ; Win. S. llall,
R. S Hanii.i, Vancouver ; John
Harper, S. M. Ilartinaii, Victoria ; H. A. Harvey, Kamloops ; Thorin-jlon Heard, Rev-
pany, capital, $50,000, 111 shares clstokc ; II   J. Henderson, Vii
ol ft,   Tin- object ol the   com- toria;    A.   J.   Holmes,    New
panv  i.s to  take over the busi- Westminster;     K.   Oa   Howie,
MBS of Beattie tk Atchison,   ol Vancouver ;    A.    A.   Ilumlxr,
Cranbrook. Victoria ; F   R. Hiiinlier,   Van
Fort   Osotgl   Supply   Com- couver;   T.   11.   Jones,   T.   J,
pain, .apital, 1)0,000, in shares Jones,   D.   B.   Kerr, Victoria;
of $100. W.   J. l.ca,   Vancouvei ;   I'lio.-..
Standard    Glass    Company, II.   I.evcv,   New   Westminster:
capilal,  hi,imhi,  in  shares   ol C. IV Mansell, Vancouver ; Win.
ftoo, 1 Mason, Naiiaimo ; R. Mathisoi.,
Finch,     Ilickey   & Compan-, 'Kclowna ;   F.  IV Miles,   Craft
capital,   MjiOOO,   in shares   ol brook ;  A.  Milloy, H. T. Miu-
5100
Sloe an
I.ak
a-   1.uiiiim
Coiu-
oguc, Vancouver ; F. li. HooAy,
Victoria ;  I.  G.  Moody,  Van-
[I
CLOSING  OUT  PRICES
i
vt
Barlaa(Hesmdol my same) pouis t" i»- tleoati is b" May,
1 am pri-pareil to offer 8|K-iial ftteat on all cni-li liai*|!iiiii.
Splemliil aswirttnent ol OUNAMENTAL THK.KS, acclimated itock,
havint In-i-ii linmiiid In our ground, fair yiar., from lOc. up.
ihn'uf iln- heat nelectiounof HUSKS in BC , in all tin- leadini vari-
i-lii'ii. miilalile fnr tliia lection, in Rood'.'-year liliHiinin«iiie», 26c each
|2H per lim, IIMI per 1000; smaller one* linlf price,
.W.talO KRU1T TUBtt in —OtoQttlHhm.     l-t-t ine price your lilt.
lii.OUO SHAPE TREES in all aiiea nnd pricei.
BfWhriSSM full of plant! in all lizci and pricei, from $.1,110 per 100
poll up.
M. J. HENRY
Office and Packing Grounds
3010 Westminster Road      Vancouver
LYNN
VALLEY
4.16 Acres with 604 feet (roniinu on street cariine.
lots 3. 4 and 9, Hlock B, 1). L. 2021.    Price $7,000.
1 enns S3,500 cash, balance li, Hand la months.
MAY &
BURNS
Real Estate an
1 Financial Agents
w mm
Many Notable Successful Men Owe
Their First .Start in Business To
a Small Savings Account
The habit of laying aside tl
gularly a small amount Irom
the weekly WSge, i.s one of the
mosl valuable habits a man or
woman can acquire.
The amount is not missed, the
sum rapidly increases, interest
accumulates steadily ; and soon
you have enough to start ,1
small business of your own.
The HANK of HAMILTON'
weknines and SBCOOrageS tlic
account of the. small depositor.
All formality has been dispensed with.
Inquire for the Manager at,
any OM of the Rank's hundred
branches. Beyond vour own
signature for future Identification when withdrawing moot).
routine is eliminated.
C. G. Heaven, Agent
North Vancouver
Heid Office, HAMILTON
Ctail.l Piid-up        -       ■ $1,300,000
Rturta nil Ua.tivi.lial Prolit. 1,900,000
Total Aiuli      •      •      -       evarSS.000,000
I.   O.   O     Fa
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
55, meeti every Thursday evening, corner Lonsdale avenue and
First itreet, at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to
attend. J. Kelly, N.G.; A. T.
Kennedy, Rec.-sec; J. H. Pilling, Fin.-sec.
Dressmaking
Mesdames Haigh and Qstle
Dressmaking Parlors    , 11 bt. E
AfleriUKiii am! i-vi-niii*.- dn mn
,i up. .  ,nlv .
NORTH VANCOUVER FERRY IIMI I ilil i
STEAMER ST. GEORGE      STR. NURTH
Leave Van.
*6.2o a.m.
7.30  "
8.30  "
9.15   "
10.15   "
11.15 "
12.15 P-m*
1.15 "
a.15 "
3*15 "
4-15 "
5-15 "
6.15 "
7-»5 "
8.15 "
9-15  "
10.15   "
•11.15   "
Leave N. Van. Leave N. Van.
•6.45 a m.
7.50 "
8.50 "
9-45 "
10.45 "
11.45 "
12.45 I"11*
1.45 "
3 45 "
3-45 "
4-45 "
5 45 "
M5 "
7-45 "
8*45 "
9-45 '
10.45 "
•11.45 "
Not on
*6.2o a.m.
•7.20  "
*8.2o  "
9.20
10.15   "
11.15   "
12.15 P-m-
1.15   "
2.15   "
HJ "
415 "
5-'5
6.15 "
7.25 "
8.15 "
9-15 "
10.15 "
11.15 "
Sunday.
VANCOU W-.R
Leave \ au.
•6.45 a.m.
*8.oo   "
•8.50   "
9-45 "
10.45 "
n-45 "
12.45 P-'»-
1-45   "
3-45   "
3-45   "
4 45   "
5-45   "
b-45   "
3-45   "
Ms "
■MJ  '
■0-45   "
12.00
Time Table subject to change without notice.
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN 9 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
319 Pender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
ARCHITECTS
S.STANLEY M1TT0X U.l.C.A
ARCHITECT
413 Granville street.
VANCOUVER, B. C
BARRISTERS
SCHULTZ 9 ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
613 Peader Street
Pkoai 996
I. D. Seaalts       C. 8. Araold
BATH*.
Kallethe's Bath
Coriir Hobw aad Piadir Sti.
Thi only np-to-datt aad rili-
abli beta kouii ia Britiih Co-
laMbia-
Wi cun when otheri fail.
Satiifictioa gaaraatecd or ao
pay. Plaia bathi, electric bathi,
ihowtr bathi, mauagi Ior body, sealp aad lice; electro ther
ipeutic hatha a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Gradaatc ol Berlin, Girmaay
■USINISS COLLIOtt
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Haitiifi St. W.
Cl»<>. ar.ate.l Waatana  S.ha.a
R. J. Bprott, B.A., • • Misifir
PITMAN'S
BuslneM College
632 Seymour it., Vancouvei
Diy ichool open all the year
round.    Night Khool commenc-
ei September 8th.
CHIROPRACTIC
DETICTIVE AGENCII8
Canadian Detective Bureau:—
Offices everywhere
Vincouver Office: ti Empire Block
803 Halting! it. welt. Phoua 22M
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
IAOIE8'HAIR0RE3SING
30 per cent Discount
Oil all lines ol Hair Goodi
during our ureal removal lile, in
order to reduce our lar|(e stock be
lore tilling poisession of our new
premise!, ai ill available space
will be required lor the display ol
the Urge shipments of niw goodi
now en route.
MAIiAMB HUMPHRF.Y8
W r.rani al.- Mr.-.-i
UROCERS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries ind Proviiiois
Wholesale and Retail
116 Haitingi St. (downilairi)
Delivery Tuesdayi and Friday!
MUSIC
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
lluiical Director
Vaacouver Open House
Roonu 3 aid 4 Elks' IU  , Cor.
Rohion aad   Granville  Street!.
All Imminent!.       Phone 2530
PICTURE FRAMING
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest stock oi
mouldings in B.C.lo select Irom
10 when you want training done
cheap sad well get our pricei.
BAILEY BROS. CO. LTD
540 Graaville aad 138 Cordora
RUBBEH STAMPS
THL GKO. II.  HEWITT  CO
Mainilai turcra
Ml'hlilim lilllliLll STAMPS
Sign and I'nce Markeri
10 PutntU) Hum.    Poms RJJ71
REAL ESTATE
Keep your eyi ob
EAST  VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particular! apply to
MORDEN 9 THORNTON
Phoai 815     440 Homer Strut
Yorkshire Guarantee k
Securities Corporation Ltl
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATi:
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgati - -    Msaaget
RESTAURANTS
All North Vaacoaver ptopli
eat at
LEONARD'S
Either Flack Block or Hastings strict, opponte the siw
Poit Office Leonard nlli his
tea by thi pouad.
WATCHMAKERS
Eagliih practical watchmaker;
Estsblished 1889
Speciahy,   repaiiing
WOODROOFE,
31) Carrall Street THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
NOTICE OF COURT OF
REVISION
NOTICE is hereby fiven that
mi Mondav, the iStli Da] "i
April, I'/i", .it J o'cluck p.m.
•■ninn the City Hall, North
Vancouver, B.C., the Assessment Roll ol the Citj oi Ninth
Vancouvei  ior  the  yeai  1910
will lie revised  liv   llielnli'ls   ol
ilu* Council sitting ss .1 I oun
ol Revision.
.Notice    0I   all    complaints
against   the   Assessment,   as
111,ule In   llli   Assessor,  inu*.I   In
given in writing to the lubscrib-
1 I ,il li ,ist tell d;l\s lielaaie the
dale ol lln Bitting ot tin mull,
.unl sn, li 11,Hue must slate   the
■.jiniinii ui complaint,
Given under my hand   ilns
1 |lh dav ol March,  [910.
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
City Clerk.
F 1;
Fresh
Groceries
CALL at
HICKMAN'S
llll. 1 if Al.ITY STORE
ll.ni   u.a. lm.kid  up our
I'n sh Mi .it di pertinent, lm
quilit) .m.l i'ii* 1 we cannol
In* Ki .in ii
Wh\ qo  down lhc hill
when wi , i;i supply
all youi wants
C.R. HICKMAN
Groceries and Meats
rile
111 l.unsiUlc Avenue
Rl-'.Al.H   DEALS
Two larne realt) deals are re- j
ported to havi been c* insinuated
this last  week  iv Inch  involved
approximately    $140,000    and;
j;ues 10 ihow ihe potentialities
of the North Shore reality values and the business that is being trans,11 inl 111 tlic course ol
,1 month in this ui).
The nisi ui the mo transfers
reported is thai oi the A. St.
George  Hammerslej    propert)
situated   lo the   norlli ol First
itreet .md occupying the entire
I,luck l)iii)i between l'irst   ami
Third streets, and st* Andrews
ami si. Patrick's Avenues, Tbe
purchaser! aa- s.ml to he ,1 syn
dn.id   ui   \ ancouvcr imu  .nnl
iln* price repoi ml is $40,000.  A
rumor has it that it is ths In
tiiuuuii ul ilic new owners   to
remodel ihe presenl larjri mi
dence, 'making  il  larger   ami
lm iiiiii; il into a large summer
and   lourisl   hold.     I he situ.i
lion is ulle ul lllc liliest 111   the
citv, aiid ihould these arrangements In- brought alioul it will
most certainly he an important
addition to the citj ■ attractions.
The other deal was pul
through by Messrs. J, J, Woods
ami Company ol ilns dty  ami
comprised JJ acres in block 575
situated just West ol Deep Cove.
This proposition is being handled by a syndicate who are reported to he local men, The
price paid i.s stated to be approximately $100,000,
NEW  EASTER  NECKWEAR
All tha latest creations in Ladies' New Easter Neckwear in I,.ne and Chillon Collars and Jabbota, embroil-
,1,1-ial 1*!1 : - and Wash Bells, Dutch Collars, etc.
Embroidered and l.acc J abbots,     20c to 75c
Chili,ni .nnl I.acc Colllars    »5«
Dutch (oil.ns, embroidered and lace trim.   25c to Si
All colors .md styles ol the new Cord Prilling,
All tourist Prilling-, all colors, per box 10c and n]
MEN'S SHIRTS
An immense rann of Men's New Spring Shu is in all
design* ranging liom   65c to *m*75
Van's 111.uk, Tan .nnl   Fane)   I.isle lluse ,it all prices.
J. J. McALEECE
KEITH HLOCK     l.llNSDAl.l-: AYKNI R
PH0N8 «
i- nam
Tender*
Wanted
For the partial clearing of 120 acres of land in
D.L. 237
For further particulars apply to
S. GINTZBURGER
-LIMITED-
THK NOKTH VANCOUVKR SPECIALIST
161 Cordova Street, Vancouver, b. C.
9,0, mix Md
■■■a 11 wai    m
lhe
K
ANDIE
IISHLN
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
IK EM I FRUIT
AND KANDIE
ALWAYS ON HAND
I. h. Kcnnrt,     bHonsdale
Walch This Space Each Week
ATTRACTIVE; _\_%
DVI'RTISINC. ffl4T
ssures mm
CT1V1TY W_W
ENEFITTED
UYERS
RING
USINESS
HALL'S GROCERY
PHONE 189
Cor. St, George's & 8th 8treet
N. VANCOUVER
ARE YOL GOING TO BUILD ?
Come io us fnr tlie monty IBd repay it
to suit yourself
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
U B RAVE A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOTS FOR SALE
JOHN  ALEXANDER & CO.
REAL  ESTATE  BROKERS
ui Lonttdalc Avenue
Pianos &Organs
Tuned rind Repaired
i    ii .  Moderate.
S ill   III  ll'MI   (ll.lllllUi ' a|
WILLI4M LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER & REPAIRER
t   ,    ■      l''lll|a.        IVI
I' C wil   n a 11\, |irmn|ii ill, n.
tion.
m
I in li
Pn
are requested to call mid li*i with its
FOB QUICK SALE
\\'i lein bu;' n ind il ihi- tei re i in    tel
llii --.ili quii
Lluqbes & Phillipo
I'lmn, 184.   P.O. Boi "I   1- ii*' Am.
<§<»•>•<•> <»■»»•«< itmt»tit> intnniiiti
NOTICE !
Our business is now practically on a cash basis This in.ililivs ns to gil.) mir eiistoim-rs tin-
same liij-li 1 lass goods we have always lia-mlltd
.il nty iiiiiiIi K'tU-r prim than ean lu- obtained
limn Mom doiu-; a credit tradi:.
Try .111 ui'lit .md compare quality nnd price.
J. A. iA H. McMiLLAN
.*..♦,..♦*♦♦.♦. nim> mtn-ixti mmnni
Miiiiniiniiniiiiiiiniiiiitiiii it ilium
•l-H-S ■•»• lltlllllllllllllllllllllli
NORTH VANCOUVER REALTY IS NOW THE
Best Bui) on the Market
Nothing can excel it.
We Offer the Following:
Lois 25
& 26, Blk.
273
9
1490
,  -2000 c*>h.
Balance
6 and 12 months.
Lots 21 & 22. Block 4
D.L. 265
II 300 each.  1600 ,.ili
btlaocc in I) and 12 months
LYNN VALLEY
Fine Lots
$200 each.
x2) i ,i*h, balance $10 per month
DONT FORGET YOUR INSURANCE
WE aim: SOLE AGENTV KOB
lhe Commercial Union Assurance Co., London, England
which Company has Assets of $88 850 000
Henry Eves ®. Co.
HENRI  i   i   BVES AND PERCY KIM,
PHONE 6
■4-HIIHHI l ! ! l+H H-fiH- -MM l-MI-M I I : , ; I ; .
67 <& 09 Lonsdale Avenue
■H-HH-II-IIHH-I I I i H44-H* ''' .4H-H-I-H-W-M4-H-H- l-H-l-
NORTH   VANCOUVER

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