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VOLUME V.
NOKTIl VANCOUVER, B. C„ FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 11107.
NUMBER
I)
Tho executive ol the hoard of
trade met on Tuesday night, Vice-
President Phillippo presiding,
Secretary Irwin was also in his
place. Messrs. II. C. Wright, Dr.
Jordan, M. S. McDowell, D, G.
Dick, II. K. Hellell and George
Hartley were also present.
The matter ol having an agency
ol the Dominion Express Company located in this city was gone
into. On motion the hoard recommended the name ol Thos, A.
Martin, agent North Vancouver
Ferry and Power Company, to act
in the capacity ol representative of
that company here.
The question ol bridge was also
discussed at some length, and referred again to the committee.
The matter of a car barge to
give Norlh Vancouver railway connection with the C. P, R, was
brought up by George Hartley. It
was decided to refer this matter to
the commerce and industries committee.
Votes ol thanks were tendered
Mr. John Alexander and the entertainment committee (or their services in connection with the recent
board ol trade concert,
Applications for membership
were received Irom Messrs. John
Loulet, C. IC; A. IC. Andrews,
James Fieldhouse and A. li,
Gardiner, which were accepted,
Messrs. Irwin, Dick and Jordan
were appointed a hall committee,
It is ihe intention, il possible, to
build a hall 40x60 feet, with a
verandah,
Votes ol thanks were passed to
the tourist and settlers committee
and lhe Vancouver tourist association Ior their services in connection with tin- building of the
Grouse Mountain trail.
The animal meeting of tin- hoard
ol trade will he held on October
8th.
Adjourned.
Moving Pictures at Larson's
Pavilion
Commencing Monday, September 33rd, North Vancouver is to
have a moving picture show one
night every week during the long
winter months. The management
assures us that the entertainment
is to he up to date in every detail,
with a complete change ol programme every Monday night,
The entertainment will consist of
the latest moving pictures, illustrated Bongs ami magnificent chro
malic panoramic views,  and the
1 management has been fortunate
in securing the services of Mr.
Leo Gibson, the eminent baritone,
, to sing the illustrated songs.
Therefore keep your date open
lor the evening ol the 23rd, and
you are assured ol an entertainment lhat will satisfy the  most
I critical.
A Catholic Sermon
Wc are pleased to read, in thc
{journal Zoophity, an eloquent ser-
, mon preached by the Kcv. Father
1 James L, Hayes at Dallas, Texas,
on the text, "The righteous man
takes care of his beast, hut thc
I heart ol thc godless man is cruel."
(Proverbs xii, 10). Various texts
l ure quoted of Christ's love for
I animals. Quotations are given from
St. Francis at Assiis audl'ope Pius
' V ;  also Irom Cardinals Manning
and Zigliara. The Rev. Father
j quotes al the end ol his sermon;
"tic prayoth best who lovoth beet
All thing*! lmth great and small,
l-'or llie good l.uril who lnveth III,
llu iniulc and lovcth all, "
Conservative Meeting
The adjourned meeting of the
newly formed Conservative Club
was held Wednesday evening,
there being a good attendance,
In the absence of the president,
Dr. A. McKay Jordan, vice-presi
dent, took the chair. After explaining the nature of the meeting,
the lion. Carter-Cotton was called
upon and made a few remarks.
President Woodworth, ol the Vancouver Conservative Association,
also gave a few helpful pointers in
organization, Messrs. Bryce, Duval, Kealy and others were called
upon, and by their words of enthusiasm did much to make the
meeting a success. The membership roll was laid on the table, and
was signed by many ol those present. The following comprise the
executive committee, including the
president and vice- president:
Messrs. J. Duval, J. Copeland,
R. Bryce and S. I). Scliullz. Application will be make to lhe government to have these men made
commissioners lor taking affidavits,
Much olher matters relative to the
future welfare of the club was discussed, alter which the meeting
adjourned.
Church Notice
ST. ANDREW'S I'RESBVTERIAN CHURCU
SIXTH STREET.
Services will be conducted as
usual on Sunday by llie pastor.
Sunday school, 2:30 p. 111.
Service at Moodyville school at
7:30 p. 111.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
H o'clock.
All are welcome.
Pastor: Rev. J. D. Gillam, M.A.
METHODIST CHURCH,   ORANOE HALL
Class meeting 10 a. 111.
S un.lay school and  bible  class,
11 a. 111.
Evening service at 7:30 p. in.
Rev. P. II. Balderston, B. A.,
pastor.
ST JOHN S THE EVANGELIST, SF.VK.NTTI
ANIi THIRTEENTH STREEtS.
Holy Communion, H a. m.
Morning prayer, 11 a. 111.
Evening prayer, 7.30 p. in
On the grst Sunday in the month
there will be a second celebration
of the Holy Communion at n a.m.
Rector : Rev.  Hugh Hooper.
IIAPTIST CHURCH, ORANOE HALL,
Services conducted by the Rev.
David Long. Sunday school at 2
p. 111., preaching ssivice at 3 p. m.
All are welcome.
Dates of Fall Fairs
A list ol the lairs to lie held this
lull in llritisli Columbia has been
compiled in the ollice of the deputy
minister of agriculture. In many
cases the dates have not been
definitely settled. The lairs will
be held at the lollowing places on
llie dates mentioned 1
Armstrong .. September 24 and 25
Salmon Arm..Sept. 30 and Oct. 1
Kaslo September 24 and 25
Surrey September 24
Victoria September 24 to 2K
Langley September 25
Maple Ridge September 26
Coquitlam September 26
New Westminster..October 1 to 5
Richmond October S and g
Saanich October 18 and Ig
What has become ol the old*
fashioned man whose breath smelt
ol garlic ?
It is surprising that a mean
woman and a very good woman
can belong to the same sex.
The local dog license is now
due. Persons owning dogs are requested to pay the half yearly fee.
The annual fee is: Dogs, $2 ;
hitches, S3.
Mr. Jas. Elder, Fourth street, is
confined to the house with a slight
attack ol pleurisy.
Clias. Mee, of Moodyville, has
returned from Norfolk, Va.. where
he attended the big convention ol
the Fraternal Order of Fagles.
He was honored there with a
position on lhe credential committee. There were 1,587 duly cre-
dentialed delegates, besides some
thousands of visitors. The parade
was one of the largest ever held in
the United States. Thc weather
was sweltering. There were twelve
delegates from Canada. The convention meets next year at Seattle.
Mr. Mee said he was glad to get
home, that after all there is no
place like British Columbia.
When a man makes a serious
mistake it weakens his nerve and
lessens his confidence in himself.
Go to an old-fashioned person
for comfort and you will learn that
you are seeing your best days.
A very distinguished party from
Calgary spent a few pleasant hours
in the Ambitious City on Tuesday,'
and stopped at Hotel North Vancouver, Following were those
registered: Hon. Jas. Smart, 21b
pounds, good health; II. E. Gillis,
t.So pounds, good health; G. II.
Mitchell, 180 pounds, lull weight;
S. IC. English, 302 pounds, baseball lan; A. Creighton, the man
with the iron jaw; Alex. McTavish,
the chief sampler; W. li. llanviss,
ol Nova Creine, and Roland Harrison.
Mr. and Mrs. Coleninn and
daughter, Toronto, were guests
of Mrs. Winters, Lonsdale avenue,
on Wednesday. Mr. Coleman has
not been in liriiish Columbia for
nineteen years, and naturally was
agreeably surprised at the growth
ol the place.
Avon Raton, London, Eng., who
is on a trip around the world, was
a visitor in North Vancouver on
Wednesday.
Mr. J. J. Miller and family, who
have heen on an extended trip In
Eastern Canada and United States,
arrived back to Nortli Vancouver
Sunday evening. They had a
most enjoyable trip, notwithstnnd*
the fact thai Mrs. Miller suffered
considerably from pneumonia and
neuralgia. North Vancouver, Mr.
Miller says, is good enough lor
lum.
It seems perfectly natural Im
some people to abuse a newspaper.
Best dairy batter al McMillan's,
25 cents a pound.
Mr. John M. MacLeod, jr., wile
and child, Chicago, are guests ol
His Worship Mayor and Mrs.
Kealy, Mr, MacLeod is an
old Vancouver hoy and lhe
son ol Rev, J. M. MacLeod, the pioneer clergyman.
He is now chief clerk of the mileage of the Western Passenger Association.
Several new residences are in
the course of erection in Lynn
Valley, snd settlers are arriving
daily.
Owing to the recent heavy rains
a large number ol bolts lying in
Rice lake, over 6,000 cords, are
now finding their way to the inlet
through the flume at the rate ol
over 200 cords per day, under the
capable loremanship ol Mr. Davidson.
School Inspector Stewart visited
Lynn Valley Tuesday on official
business, where he looked over the
sight of the proposed new school
house. As regards the sight, and
also the attendance he was ninth
impressed. Accompanied hy Councillor McNaught he visited the
Capilano district, where application had heen made for a new school
Owing to there not being the requisite number of white children
the government could not erect a
school building, hut a proposition
was made to lhe government
through the inspector by the school
trustees, whereby it is proposed
that Iha municipality erect a school
building according to government
plans, the lalter to refund the cost
of the building when thc required
number of scholars are on the
school roll. But in any event the
inspector will recommend the
usual grant being given for a Capilano school.
Most people will make any sacrifice to gratify their fool streak.
It ha-- been suggested that a
local mutual improvement and de-
hating club be formed. This is
the proper time to arrange the
same. All the young men should
take a deep interest in the proposition.
BORN—On Sunday, to Mr. and
Mrs. P. Linham, a son,
Dr, MeLeod, of Spokane, and
Mr. J. MeLeod, ol Chicago, are
visiting at the residence ol their
sister, Mrs. A. E, Kealy.
We are pleased to announce the
formation of the new firm ol Shaw
& Cummins,  real estate brokers.
The Vancouver office is at 31'.
Richards, near Cordova St., and
the local headquarters is at corner
of Second st. arid Lonsdale ave.
II. A. Shaw, ol this city, is well
known hereabouts to need any introduction to the people ol North
Vancouver, C. J. Cummins, is a
Vancouverite ot several years
standing, having lieen in the painting and paper hanging business at
the Terminal City. The EXPRESS
wishes the new venture every success.
L0S1 -Thursday evening, be-
tw.'iii Mahon avenue and Larson's
pavilion. First street, a diamond
pin, Finder will please rclum to
this office.
It is unfortunate when a busy
man has a loafer for a friend.
Subscribe (or Tui'. EXPRESS.
F. 11. Day, Lyndon, Wn., was
registered at lloiel North Vancouvei this Week,
Mrs. W. N. O'Ncil, guest at
Hotel North Vancouver, is con-
valescing alter her recent  illness.
II you nally wanl people to dislike your enemy, praise him. It
ii pitiful but true that people do
not like a person who is praised.
Il.iriiie — lias   Hugh   a   good
1 iory 1    George II.-- I  should
think In has. lie always remembers when he lends you his had
p 1.
Boost our business In.use-.
Mi. Harris, lately ol Manitoba,
has erected a dwelling in D. L.
2022, a short distance from thc
skid road from Moodyville,
Jas. Mclnlyre, while engaged in
releasing holts in the Rice Lake
Hume, near the post office in Lynn
Valley, over a deep ravine, slipped
on the narrow plank and lell a distance ol fifteen leet and received a
had shaking up, falling in such a
had place he was fortunate in
escaping ssrious Injury,
D, G. Dick is remodelling his
real estate office, on Lonsdale
avenue.
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One ol the most successful at-
homes held here lor some time
was that given last evening by the
North Vancouver Boating Club.
Larson's pavilion was prettily fes
tooned with bunting and Hags and
the colors ol the club, while at
each end ol the hall were the
emblems of victory and defeat
the oarn.
At 8:30 the dreamy music hurst
forth in waltz time, when the
merry-makers began the evening's
enjoyment, one that is not soon to
be forgotten by those in attendance. The well selected program ol waltzes, two-steps, three
steps, three-steps, lancers, etc.,
was forgotten at midnight, when
the announcement was made that
refreshment time had arrived.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Larson excelled
themselves in the bounteous spread
which they had prepared, and the
boating club is to be congratulated
on tlieir choice of host and hostess. Hall past one saw the close,
when late cars conveyed the North
Vancouverites to their homes, and
the lerry boat took away the large
number of visitors from ahord.
Among those present were the
following: Mayor and Mrs Kealy.
Mr. and Mrs. J. MeLeod, Chicago, Dr. and Mrs. MeLeod, ol
Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hillings, Mr. an I Mrs. Bunbury, Mr.
and Mrs. Hickman, Mr. and Nrs
Tytler, Mr. and Mrs. Diplock, Mr.
and Mrs. Kvans, Mr.aml Mrs.J. J.
Woods, Mr. and Mrs. W. Green,
Mr. and Mrs. Larson, Mr. and
Mrs. Stevenson, Mrs. W. Dick,
Mrs. C. Grosse, Mrs. II. C. Wrighl,
Mrs. Fugler, Mrs. Chance, Mrs.
Parrotl, Mrs. Dougall, Mrs. Gil-
lord, Miss. Pilon, Miss. Davis,
Miss. Russell, Miss, Fugler, Miss.
Olga, Larson, Miss. Hewed, Miss.
Smith, Miss Anderson, Mr. W.J.
Butler, Mr. G. Williams, Mr. Shaw,
Mr. W. D. Duke, Mr II. Larson,
Mr. R. Wheeler, Mr. Burnett, Mr.
Mr. J.B. Williams, Mr. M. S. McDowell, Mr. C. 0. Jiilien, Vancouver, Mr.'II. Woods, Dr. Camp-
hill, Mi. K. II liryce, Mr. W.
Mee, Mr. Martin, Mr. A. A.
Crickmay, Mr. W. Loutet,
Ambition Lodge No. 73.
The meeting nl lhe Good
Templars was well attended on
Monday night.   In spite ol the
rain a lan;.' 1 m.v.l 1 ,n ivci from
Won ouver.
An open meeting will be held
on Monday next at S p. 111 A
good programmcis being irran |i I
by Vancouvei Lodgi N 1 in.
All ar. cordially invited   to at
tend,   The lollowing programme
Im the 11. -t iwo months has In en
prepared :
Sa |)t,    I'l      Opl'll   III' .ling.
Oct. 7 C. T. Responsible.
()i t. 11 l..i li- . nail-driving
contest.
hi .'i Basket locial,
Oi 1. j8 Elci tinn "I ..fin ms.
Nm 4 Reports and installs
lion.
Nov. 11 - P. C. T. supplies programme.
Oct, is   Hearl social.
(Id. 23   Sunset Lodge  No.  69
10 provide.
Motto: "Onward ami Upward."
A wrestling match lor the 155
pound championship of II. C. is
being arranged between Rod Renshaw, the present holder of the
belt, of North Vancouver, and Bob
Rowley, ol the National Sports
Club, Vancouver. The match will
probably he held some time next
month,
The Horicultural Exhibition
To the Editor ol Tue Exprisi.
Sir,—An explanation is due to
the citizens regarding abandonment i.f the exhibition lor this
year. It was deemed indispensihle
to had' a permanent building lor
the exhibition, and to provide this
it was necessary to raise a loan.
The institute as constituted had
no borrowing powers, hence it had
to be reincorporated as a Horti-
ultttral Association. The steps
necessary to carry this out took
some time, and a serious delay
arose al Victoria, hence it was
only last month that action was
possible. A loan ol fa,000 has
heen arranged and plans ol a
pavilion are now being adjusted,
but thc building itself cannot possibly be erected for some time.
When it is completed there will be
some suitable exhibition or other
demonstration, and everything will
he in the best form for an early
exhibition next year. We shall be
glad to have the enrollment as
members of many of our new
citizens to give strength to the
association.
1 am, yours truly,
Alexander Smith,
President,
North Vancouver, Sebl   j. 1007
Horses Have Humor
Horses may have no souls but
they have humor, which lor the
practical purposes ol the world is
sometimes quite good, and let no
one doubt they enjoy it. Some
time ago a fire horse that had been
sold to a second hand furniture
man was coming down thc street
with a load when the signal gong
rang in the engine house it just
happened to pass. The old horse
had been going at the pace of a
nag that works by the day. But
there was a change.
The driver picked himself up to
sec his steed disappearing around
the corner al breakneck speed,
with bureau drawers and chairs
Hying out behind and littering the
street. Away it went, like a
meteor, ahead ol the lire brigade
to the lite, picked out a hydrant
and hacked what was hit ol the
wagon up against it. Only then did
il slop, lint il any doubter could
have seen the grin on that horse's
lace as it eyed its driver who cama
panting up to claim it, he would
have doubted no longer.
\ j-.limn iii ih.- i;.|.i.,ii.ii|.-, Innnodl-
ilelj >■. 1 ..I l-onndnle avenue, 1- being
..in.ii*.1 from .1 plank in a graded
a -a., * There 1- unit.' .1 dspnolon i'i
Un' -'...1 .it tin* -|Bii .....I tii,. contour
>.t tin' n n.i necouitatfa- quite a fill
in, nhi'li 1  being mi.I. mill I'.iiih '..I.
111  li I.  IV,   lli'iiH''*   <v .nullum nt
11 mi   ..I   i"ii-.i.iii' avenue  nad
    ll.l     ■ I.. a''.
Ill'     III   I    a I    l||,     lllll,       1    |,       la, IU,, 11
iln* wharf iiiiiI  Becontl  street  which
li'll'    I    in   COM '   "I   OrCCtl li.   hai
1... 11 1... 11 finished, ami   li  now   flOa
. spied   This iton Is tl di to tl..'
nnrlh 111 ih.' Thompson luck st (he
owner ..I Lonsdale un.l Second, an.l
llu I. unit il II \ Shaiv. nhn hns re*
'mily nrcupicd il.. .nth lull i.f the
block together with \ I: Stacy,
era., 1, ni tin north wesl corner ot the
 tr*.'In.
"Assistant to an inventor! Oh
how delightful!" the young man
cried.
"Salary a hundred a month.
Hours 10 lo 4. Is it a go?" in-
quired the other.
"Well, rather'" said thc young
man. "And what,1' he added
lightly, "will my duties he ? "
"The simplest," was (he answsr.
"1 am an inventor ol aeroplanes,
and you will merely have to go up
in my various new machines," THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
North Vancouver, B. C.
A Weekly  Newspaper.  Published by
Tm: Exi'erss Printing Company
Subscription, atl.00
United States and Foreign, |1.50
Strictly 1" Advance
THE IMPROVEMENT BYLAW,
l in city couw il ''I Nortli Van
couver has passed a by law pro
viding hu local improvements on
streets anal special assessments,
winch ilie ratepayers undoubtedly
will approve, li provides that
the ict oi ordinarj improvements
shall be charged igainst the front-
, .* pi |' rty in the block oi bloi I.
improved, then by chargeable on
both sides ol the street, and in
proportion to tlie lineal leet front-
i ,;, Spi cial improvements '-hall
be paid one-fourth out ol the gen
eral fund and threi lourths by tin
fronting property so improved on
both sides ol the street. Extraordinary improvenu nts musl hi
paid out »l llie general lun.Is,
and the reinaindt t i'l the cost will
becharged lo the district benefitted
ami against the respective properties therein in proportion te the
benefit so derived.
In ordinary improvements on
streets ovei io lei t wide the proportion ol the cost ovi i the excess
over the Bo feet shall be paid out
ol the general hind, but not to exceed one hall, including the inti i
sections, On street inti rsei lions
the cost ol all improvements shall
be paid out oi the gem ral lurid,
Frontage properly exempt Irom
taxation shall be paid out ol tin
general Intnl. Fronting propi rtj
unfit lor building purposes, the
value ol which would nol be en
1. u ed by the improvements, also
shall be paid out ol the gi n iral
fund.
Foreshore improvements, such
as continuation ot treetends, etc..
shall bu paid out ol the general
fund. Clause iu provides lhat in
the case ol ordinary ot spei ial im
provements or sidewalks in
in which fronting property lays
tlankwi',.' (the longest side "I lots
ftonlingj on the sir' 11 being im-
1 in lhe exti • I one-1 all
In such blocks tin prop
erty not laying flankwi e s; il be
assessed lor ils full share,
Improvements or
Iront of triangular I aj i I Or
ners shall be as il thi an .( ... ri a
squaie, and Ihe n mail li i shall he
charged against th. [routing prop
erty lur a depth ol hall ,i block
ired Irom thc ■ orner ol said
intersection, All ordinary repairs
in I maintenance ol improvi d
ti dl I ■ pa. !
out 11 tin general fund.
I runk roads may hci
propori     i
;    a ij   propi ii.   within   a
i' I...I, and
the ren iind< r inu t uxcei d
On-  :      ■ . :   ih.   |*en-
eral luud,
In Hi' '.       on trail
il '   in ii. ii,il
':      '
1        I
I- I ,    till   .      I     '  I
I
.
On on I      \       e si-eel,
li
proper I
i de.   When ll
is built oii I
ol the i'isi shall bi   I      ed to tin
fi roperty ainl a
-
A p. i    a       ii i |jj dn owners
ol ovei ■ ol ii.' total lineal
leel in tin I a i a i, hem fitted
and a '    - proportion
is required belon t ■ b w ilk will
bu built, and tin t ity en neci
must reporl ' i th lay,
amongst olher ihi lei
• nd cost ol th.  work,
recommendation "I lhe hoard 11
works or  the  boat.I  ol  health,
works  i gry lor sanits
drainage purposes, and approved
by a two thirds vote ol the coun*
i il, shall be brought belore the
court ol revision and the property
assessed accordingly, Before
awarding any contract, however,
which shall be given by the city
clerk, and il within ten days no
objection is made by tbc owners,
ih,. proposed contract shall he
awarded.
Every by lav passed by the ciiy
council respecting the yearly rates
hall name a rate distim I liom all
ailhi'i' rale,  tn In   known as the
■ sum In. il rati   .'   ami shall ili-
lude the itcmi ol lhe estimates for
In v. .ii   i   finall) adopted by the
ily  iniiiii il   providing   foi   the
several improvements, works and'
lewei       which   mav be provided
for by spei ial a- sessment,
The [rontage owm rs may, by
petition, reipiest permission lo
make street in provi ments or lay
ildewalks by private contract at
the expense ol the petitioners, accompanied by a guarantee satis-
[actory tu ill ■ count li ihat th.- proposed work "I' improvements
should hr prili'innil 111 accordance'
with the gradi i to be given by the
. ity engineer, and plans and
ipecilications must 1" approved
hj ihe aid engim ei and thc council.
In all there are 55 clauses in the
by-law, carefully drafted, which |
will shortly be printed Ior the
benefit oi the ratepayers who
should read them.
Much credit is due Aid. Irwin
and committee lor the framing of
tin- same.
Remember^
TIIE BIG
Moving
Picture
SHOW
ON
MONDAY NIGHT
LIST YOUR
PROPERTY
AT
LarsonS Pavilion
with rs fob
QUICK SAI t
A. SMITH & CO.
JUNCIION   BLOCK
NORIH VANCOUVER.
Doors open at 7:30.
Entertainment at 8:15,
JAS. GRAHAME & CO.
Fain ii us and Paperhancers
Mi rai. Decorators
Grainers   Glaziers   Signs
LONSDALE   AVENUE,
On', 13111 Street.
NOTICE.
,11
GRADING SCII'OOL SITE
LYNN VALLEY
The . xecutive oi the board ol
trade at its Si ssion the otllt 1 1 Vi 11
iiu; moved lo pi.nut.' two importanl publii utilities, namely,
(1) A branch ol lhe Dominion Ex
press sei vice and (2) a telegraph
office, The business men and
others of the 1 ity have been greatly
ippcd lor these convencies,
telegraph messages must cither
be a .iini'al ai ross to Vancouvei on
the lerry or telephoned, and, as a
rule, the telephone cannot he relied on, ami it takes too much time
1. get to the telegraph office As
hu the express office it has been
suggested lhat it be established at
the wharf,    It is to be  hoped that
the board will be successful in its
endeavors.
rpEXDEKS AKE INVITED FOR THE
1 Clearing, Grubbing and Grading an
acre ol land in l.ynn Valley h.r school
silo, conform to specification, copies "f
which may he had at tho DlBtrlcl Municipal "Hie, Esplanade, where sealed
ten.Icrs tniiHl Im lodged before S oVIuc'k
p, 111., "II llu- -lllll IllBt.
ALEX, PHILIP,
('. Ml'.
VTOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN'THAT
■^    within thirty 'lays ii lhe party ur
parties holding nn agree nl of sale
,,f the oast hull ..I lot 0 uml the
west half ol lul ll, block 73, Bub-divlsion
,"iis, Nnrth Vancouver, ilm-s not comply
with the provisions thereol contained
therein, lhat tho said agreement will be
a'liiii.'lli'.l iiii hocomo null and void.
W. A. G1USON.
Nurlh Vancouver, August 111), 11107.
SHAW'S
PIONIIR   mn
GOODS S10111
Will inovo to larger and
more convenient premises,
mi ur uli..ut tho
THIRD WEEK IN AUGUST
with a new imd specially
SL'l.'.'t.il stock, which uill
leave nobody an excuse lor
crossing the Inlet. Strictly
city prices.
Cor. 2nd and
Lonsdila Avi.*   -    N.VANCOUVER
Public Notice.
VTOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN llinl
*■' an application will he madu by the
undersigned before the nexl regular
sitting of ilie Hoard ol Licensing Commissioners oi the Uitv ni Nnrlh Vancouver lor a bottle license niuler
section 175, of tho "Municipal Clauses
Ad " and  "A nding Acts," Iur thu
premises sitnal 1 bonsdnlo avenue,
,m l.ul l'i, block I'.i'.. District l.nt 271,
in the snid CitJ' u( Nurlli Vuncuuver.
Hated Ihis Ulli day uf August, IIM".
,MHIN r.KNSiiN.
H\bb M. A. IMWNER
Experienced ic teacher, graduate ol
Ciiisi-rviilnrv nf Ma-.. Purls, I rami'.
»ill givo lessons every Saturday titter
iiiiuii nl Nurth Vancouver. Studio, Mrs.
Imlerson's, Thirteenth Btreet, corner
Cbeslerlli'ld avenue, n.'xt to Church 0!
England.  I'or particulars apply
MISS M*A. bOHNER,
Vanoouver, II. C.
Ooneral IHillvery.
SMOKE  .      —ta.
TERMINUS CIGAR
CLEAR HAVANA FILLED
f. W. TEMPLER &> CO.
GROCERS
PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT
THF STORE OF QUALITY
Cornet   fttb  bt  and   Lonsdale  Ave.
riiLEPHONE r
A RARE CHANCE
1 I.i. ■ you been to 0111 Big llotiselurnishin(j Sab yel'
li nut, you hoiild ii-ii I lav.   This 1   positively thc
September
Furniture Sale
,"., 1 I,, |d in tin 1 ii     Wi must considerably reduce
om enormous stoi k ol  I loitsclurni ihings to make
iinuii Im in v. " I      Ihi* is your opportunity ot
make a big saving nnd gi t better goods for less
money than ordinarily.   Wc hope you will cull on us
;m,l lot us have ilu   pleasure ol showing you the
'      reductions in everything throilglioui lhc
■t'lir
IIIE HOIJSLFIUMSHERS
1). A. SMITH, Lid.
ini'Mi' QBANVILU *s» DUNsMtlD Millll<»
VANCOUVER,  B.  C.
Drink
Thorpe's
Drinks
A. A. CROWSTON
GENERAL  BROKER.
• NoNOTARV PUBLIC
|NSOR«NCt:   In all Itt Brancher*.
Mining:   PUctir nnd Hydraulic.
Timber:   Hardwood. Codar and Fir.
Manager ran ths Commercial
Protective agency.
Office 1 First St., E.of Lonidala Ave.
Mabcllc Williscroft
PIANO TEAOHEB
Special iitti'iiiiun given to lingering
lllll I..Ill'  I'luillll'lillll.
--in,In,-  Second cottage, Sgulli Set*-
enli'.'iilli. I.'.n-l.il.. I .. 1
li 111 tl
Auctioneer.)
Accountants,   Auditors   General
Commission Brokers
IN .al   I Sialic   .".l|f lllS
TW.RI'IIONB II '.'IC'.'
II you are qoinq to lllll I)
or do tiny M II Itt I IONS
 ill us nnd in- «ill
Biiveyou .MONEY.
Plans, iu..  prepared lor nny
style houso, Estlmotos lurnished
iiiiBniiiii
BUILDERS     0th St., West
ELDER,  MURRAY
CO.
1 aim ninn  lililii's-1
1     436 Uii linnis St.
Thorn- 3121
WEEKLY LIST
North Vnricooverl
Junction lll.uk
'Phone 37
Week 1 niliiiii Sepl.SSIIla
Mil'III > (Mill III.'
Price
Colli
ftoscrlptlon
B7S0
1800
2100
1160
1	
1100
'•'10
178
1000
1    12000
683
1,100
1            ItiHI
IHO
in
Largo Five-ruinii houso, iniialiTii, nil nolladalQ avenilQ, 200
k-ol friiitii|,'ij.   l'li|.|i|n;sl linii-i' Imv in llie city.
Two-room CotTngo ..n oo tn.it lot, mi Tnlrteonlli street, o me
till s.lnle IIVOIIUO,   All l.l. all ilia'.
I'ir-I slmel, lim Muck oul nl LoMllalo incline,
liii-lnea'. Lotion Klntitrool,
Corner uere block on Bovoutoonl' itroot,  ileal bnrgalu,
l'lein,'.| 'inaulcr iicreim Cllflllorflolll avclin,'.
till).Imu Inl oloao to l.aili-iliilu iivenne
N.aii in'iiimie 1 Niiirmva brldgo.   Ku-v lorilll,
;., iiiti. tllocki, l.ynn Viilli'i niii'l. Tuoioaro selling liml
LON&DALI   ISIIlt
WIS IIAVIS THIS ll
SST SELECTION OK RE-HALES
IN THIS BLOCK
LOTS KliUNI   SS«S| CASH, II60
mmwi fkhry k power co., ltd,
Summer Time Table, 19.17
LEAVING VANCOUVER
env:
STEAMER
ST. OEOROE.
•0.00 A. M.
*ii.|.ri "
8,00 "
8.-I0 "
11.30   "
10.15 "
11.15 "
12.16 I'. M.
LIB  "
2.15 "
8.16 "
4.15 "
6.16 "
(1,16  "
8.15 "
11.16 "
10.16 "
•11.30 "
STEAMER
N,  VANCOUVER.
9.46 A.M.
10.40 "
11.45 "
12.45 P.M.
1.45 "
2.45 "
3.46 "
4.45 "
,ri.4,r. "
(1.45 "
LEAVING  NORTH VANCOU-
VER CITV:
STEAMER
ST. OEOROE,
•0.20A. M,
•7.20 "
8.20 "
9,00 "
9.45 "
10.45 "
11.In   "
12.45 P.M.
1.45 "
2.46 "
3.45 "
4.46 "
5.46 "
0.45 "
'Ab "
8.45 "
9.46 "
10.46 "
•11.45 "
STEAMER
N. VANCOUVER,
1(1.15 A.M.
11,16   "
12,16 P.M.
1.16   "
2,16   "
3.15 "
4.16 "
6,16 '
0.16 "
7.15   "
• Nui nn Sunday,
LOTS
70 \ 210
$300
Close to saw mill and plank road;
ton minutes from car; only $100.
Also a lew i i acres lor $200;
terms, to , down, tto per month,
House to let, (i rooms, all con-
vi nienccs; splendid view, Also
one lor sale; $500 cash and $io
per month.
I»» perfectly ilcni'il lots on liinsdale -ivcnue
$900 each
WESTERN  CORPORATION,  LTD.
Capilano Hotel
CAPILANO   DAM
Everything new and modern, affording all the
luxuries ol a metropolitan hostlery. Elevation 500
leet above sea level. Ideally situated lor people
wishing an exhiliarating climate, beautiful mountain
scenery and climbing, and Rood fishing and shooting.
A lew hours Iron) the summit ol Mount Crown und
the Lions.
Tally Im meets car connecting with <j: 15 Ierry,
at Bowicke avenue, returning between 0 and 7 p.m.,
calling at iln two canyons and tho suspension bridge,
allowing time lor inspection,
RATES 1   Sn.?," to gg-oo l'cr Day
BPKCIAL,   RATE'S  TO  1'AMH.il*:**. ANIi   liuui'l-AH
BOARUKRal
DICKSON We KELLS, Prop,
TKI.KI'I IONIC  104J,   NORTH   VANOH'VKH.
UARGK
Residence Lots
CLEARKD AM' ON IIICII GROUND, IN
NEIGHBORHEOD OP
THE GRAND BOULEVARD
AT MOO AND $000 EACH,
OIK HI I UK BARGAIN IS Mill ON
J. A. M'MILLAN, GROCER THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
NORTH   VANCOUVER
LOT 273
STILL  THE   BEST   BUY
We have some lots left In this Original
Subdivision,  Call and see us, and
buy before they are all gone.
The Electric Tram runs
right through this property
It is bound to  he  an   important  addition
in the near future
Easi) Term*
DR. TELFORD BUYS
RANCH ON NORTH SHORE
BULBS
I nun France, Holland oral Jolinn.
Mir l rices
and Maps, apply
[■III
toll
■1
ill
440   S E YMOUR   S T R B E T
11. kicuu HOULQATtt, MANAOBR
$4 MEN'S $4 SHOES   $4
We claim to carry the best
ol this popular priced Shoe in
the city.
Box Calf Lined. Double
Sole, Goodyear Welted
A RAINY DAY BOOT
Vevur Call, Gun Metal Call, or
Fine Dongola, single or double
slip soles. All Goodyear Welts
Neat Dressy Boots.
ALL AT $4.00
NOTICE
01'
AN'UCATION Hill 1*0001X0
RIGHT-OF-WAY
PYKE'S SHOE STORE
516 HASTINGS STREET W.
J.F.TAYLOR,   A. Q. McCANDLES.   S. G. SPENCE,
President. Vice-1'res. Sec.-Treas.
SB1
mm
lSJ*,*»a-.J<**4J4,
raws
When
Furnish-
ing
one always likes selecting
Irom vast stocks, Irom a store
that has a reputation lor Rood
Furniture and Fair I'riccs.   Wo
have ami we try to live up to it.
No matter whether you require an odd piece or the Furniture and Carpets lor your entire home, we can serve you
and save you money. Our entire bnilding, with its lour
great Moors, is crowded to over-flowing with all that is new
est and best in Furniture and Carpets.
Vou arc as welcome to look as to buy. Prop iu the next
time you are over,
Standard Furniture Co., Ltd.
307 to 513 Hastings St. w„ Vancouver, it. (.
'Phone 31)0.
B
MOTIOE is HEREBY GIVEN ITU*
^ (WANT to Section 20, nl the
"Land Act Amendment Act, 1907,"
hy tin* underlined, which i.111 holder
01a Special limber License, tlmt tlie
undersigned Intends, thirty days alter
nrvioeand tint publication olthtinotice
tu apply tu dn* Olilol Oommlsslouer of
Landi and Works for authority tu con*
struct chutes, flumes, mails or other
works for use iu netting out timber Irom
tin* limits covered by a license held by
tbe applicant, across and upon the fof*
lowing lands, namely:
All uml singular that certain parcel
or tract ol Iiunl nml premises, situate,
lying and being in the Province ol
British Columbia, ln tlie District ol New
Westminster, being competed "i nor*
lions nf  District Lnls  1063 unl   10H,
iimt which tuny i.i* inure particularly
known nml described us follows, that
la to aay: Beginning at tin-point uf Intersection ol the center line ol llii' Mc*
Salr-Fraser l.umberCompany Llmlted'a
proposed logging right uf wny uml tin'
westerly boundary uf ilm Soiitlienil
Quarter ol UiitrlctLot 10M, said point
being north distant 5 18 chaini Irom lhe
loutlierly boundary ol ilm lalddlitrlcl
lot, Ihonce iu n N Ifldeg ."..'> mln, K
direction, s.:n ehalni mure or less lo
tlm point ut Intersection uf tin* snial
center line with the norlli Iwundaryol
llie south nosl quarter ol District l*ol
lu'.:;, snid |...inl being distant I.OOclinins
from tlm westerly boundary ul tin- uid
lot, nml liming 11 uniform  ni'llb  mi
either ii.ii- ..I tbe said center lii 1 !U
loot, and containing N um acres, bc llu
-nine mure ..I less.
tinted at V.iMi'iniver, II, ('. llii* '.'nil.
.Ini nl August, A. II, IIKI7.
MiNmii Iniimi l.rminu Co., l.n.
itv its Nollclion,
Miirliu, ('rnig .v Bourne.
Tlie regular 1 iini! uf tin' city conn-
ell ivns lii'lil in llio City 'Hull Insl Monday evening, llio mayor mnl aldermen
Irwin, Dmery, Dick, Tonliin, Crlckinny
nml Sniiili .ven' present.
A, I*', Beasley wrote requesting Iho
npeuliig iqi of un outlet m tlie strcnni
ivliieh crosses I4ih slreet between Ions-
ilnle mnl I> 1111 Im 1 ii avenues belore wel
Weather sel- ill.  ns  llie -iltlli* nverl'InWs'
Ills IiiiiiI.   11 ivns referred lo llio board
ul works.
W. .1. Ilnllor, secretary el tlio Sorlli
Vancouver Hunting club wrote, asking
tbo council's permission  lo move lite
luml iiiiii in il n-i side 11I il.e lerry
wlinrl nt iln- lool ..f Lonsilnlo nveiine,
1'ei'lllis-inll wns urn tiled.
A. li. Dlnluck wrote ndrlslni Hie
council iimt in-, ns eiii'iiiiei', funuil tlmt
ilm lliinliin Uujn 111, (vie. iviim recently
killed liy 11 lilnst, .uini' in In- death liy
concussion,   filed.
Mr. Diplock nls.i wrote staling some
suggestions in connection (villi iln- work
ol blasting,
11. Bourdon senl in n request tu have
tlic street in 11..ni nl Ills property In
li. 1„ :!7I cleared, ns lie nnllclpnteil
building ni nn early dnte.
Owners ol property mi Second streei
|.eiiii..iie.l in Iiiirc iiiiii street clenrod
nml grndod to lull width from l.onsilole
nveiiiie I.. Follies iiveiuie nnd to open
nn alloy Iiiilu Second streei to third
street west nt Lousilnle. These two
c.itiiiuiiiiii-miiiiis were donll wlllt liy the
clerk helng Instructed to forwnrd to
(li.'iii ilu- clrcnlnr letter in reference
to the frontage Iniprovemonl bylaw.
Mnl  .Mel'mlniid .-; Malum wrote in
connection with Ike nnllnlslicil Anderson
eiillll.'lal.   lul'   Ilm   nllCI'lllg   ut   llie   side
null, un Lonsdale nveiine in tlu* nortli
.d I'llgklli street.     Mr. Anders lid
not appear to he in n position tu complete hi- contract,
Mr, I'. I.m  mie ui Mr, Anderson's  bondsmen,  ivns  presenl  mid  as-
slll'ci! tlie council 1li.lt   it  il  lien   iliil'	
loenl   (('OS   dial 1111   up   lie   Wlllllll   Miller-
Inke il mplellon ul ilm work,     Mi.
I.:ii'-nn's niter wn- ncceptoil,
I'In 11 nl subdivision <•( lots ■".. li mul
, l,laa,'l, su. in |i. |„ :,|s and MO, ivns
iilniilllcil nml iieii -|i ii -il.    Oilier pinna
wore laid over,
Iteports nl illlferenl ronunllloes were
renil nml ndnpteil,
Under tin' Imuil or Inquiries, Alderman I'tiel.tiiiiy wauled In know II tlic
side wn Ik mi Highlit slreet l.et» Chen-
tei-iiel.l ninl Mnlu.ti willed wns Inken iq
[or oily work mul never replaced, sliould
imi lie relnld, Tbe rond Inreinnn wai
accordingly Inslrucleil in relay Ike .mil,
Aid. Crlckinny nlso drew ntlciillnu to
snme culverts llinl  wele lleeileil on Ct'l'
iniii sections, Tlio engineer ivns pre
senl mnl asked to look Into these mnl
lers.   Aid, Irwin spoke iu refer e li
ai recent polltlon tor n side wn Ik 01
Keilh ."..I between Clicaterflclil mnl
Million. He slnle.t thnl there wns 0
menus ot ncccss (0 nny property be-
meet, th,.-.' streets iinni li'otirllt north-
inirds to Tblrlccntli uml thm llioro were
i.'-i.lei - Iii thnl illslrlcl thnt (really
n lei iiiemis uf   ingress nmi egress
ntlier lliun Ihrougll ll ml ninl wuler
Hint now oiisted,    Ho also spol f the
upplnpriuli.ili   fail'   Keith   I".i'l   llllll   lliul
never I a used on tlie -1 1,   lli- re*
'tu.'1 n.i- however ilcfonlod by tin
mayor's cnslhig vole,   ul.'.   contended
iimt Ike p'-iiti - -1 lil adhere 1
ii... new local linprovciiienl liylaw,
A kl. Irwin gnvo notice ..r Introducing
.1 blasting and In■• bylaw, Aid, Smith
,1 license bylaw, Aid, Crickmny street
.ml sidewalk regulnllolis liylaw, Aid
Irwin streei regulnllolis bylaw,
'I'll mil ll  nelil int Illlnillee
Dr. Telford of tho Burrard Sanitarium, Vancouver, is completing the up*
lu-iliili'iiess uf his sanitarium hy adding
iu tho institution n fruit und vegetnblo
garden which will bo n material ml-
vautngo to tbo patients whereby n
diiily supply of fresh vegetables and
fruit will In- supplied them.
Di Telford only recently purchnscil
twenty ncrea enst of tho Capilano
creek nml adjoining Navvy Jack's ranch
.ui iho west side. Tin' property lies to
ilm u.'sl uf llie Keith road, It hns a
wnler frontage of 281) feet uml commands uu oxcellclil viow nf English
Bny uml lhe gulf,
The tloctor will iii nil probability
imika ii u summer homo uml will probably iini 11 liiiml-uiiie dwelling next
spring.
SEEDS,
TREES,
PLANTS
FOR FALL PLANTING
reliable varieties nt reasonable prices.
fertilizers, Boa Bupnllei, Spray rumps.
Spraying Material, t'nt Flowers, stc.
Oldest established nursery 011 tho
mainland ul British Columbia,
Catalogue free.
M.J. HENRY'S
Nl IIM Kll S AMI StlllllOlSlS.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
SHIPPING LUMBER AND
SHINCLES TO ENCLAND
Nurlh Vancouver will make Imr first
shipment oi lumber to the old country
mi s dny, the mii, iilien Hm Western Corporation uill ship lim.miii feet I,*,
llu* lllue Funnel liner now in port,
On tlm llilli lliis firm will make another shipment of 100,000 shingles also
to England.
This is ]iiu*t decidedly u boon for lhc
ambitious city and conclusions inn easily lie drawn ol what the future hns in
store for the young clly with it- nlnind
ance of waterfront nnd Hie rapid strldei
f development mnde thus lar. Tin
electric street rnflu-ay, telephone, splen
Inl water system, first-class lomist re
-mt*, mnl hotel ncromnnxhitions ere sig
nificent signs of prosperity,
When you want
a job o( Painting
or Paper Hanging
or Kalsomining
done.   See
THE AMBITIOUS CITY
IS CROWINC RAPIDLY
N,aitii Vancouver has now n papain-
lion rniiging   iu   ilm   nelgbbnrli I nt
iw.'.u.vlive linndred, wilh n cnmpleto
mnl iip-ln-il;ile sheet ear system, electric lighting, a splendid wnterwnrks
system, 11 telephone exchange, two phut..
galleries,  four express mnl dray com-
putties, two piiini shops, two   s.l I-,
 ullage, three restaurants, live parks
un.l pi.i>-iii,,un.is luiir grocery stm
mm i'liii  -.imi*. Him  Iiuliuii   sin
three C'hiuiw hiiuulrlcs, Ihrec Iruil
-ininls, two lilnsksinllli shops, two lit
lintels,        till.'.'     halls,     utie     pip. Uilli
manufacturer, two sawmills, one shipyard, one 1 1 store, city hull nnd district hall. in., shoemakers, one gent's
furutsbbig ami -hoe store, Iwo lirchnlls,
..im newspnpor ami Job priming coni-
pnny, two liveries, one hnrhcr >li"P. one
bakery, one drug store,   iwo   butcher
simp-,  mm dry  g Is store,  ton    real
estate nlllccH, t«.. cliurches and Iwo
others in contemplation, one bardwaro
-1  one bowling alloy, one bank, otic
lumber nml builders' material ollice, 85
mi' lamps ainl nhout 13 hydrants,
Rolled Oats
Elour
Hai) and Eeed
Seeds
ALL ORDERS
DELIVERED
mc Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Harry Mitchell, local manager,
Lonsdah- Avenue.
Hardy & Stoney
Six 111 Siki.i 1
NOKTIl   VANCOUVER,
I.i 1  Wis k  ue  im ie pier ed  la ■•
Ull   lleclni  Mt I ,i\,l    the   villa;'.
'i    ms vi ilinil hi   hn Iln 1   Mi   Ni il
Mi Tallinn, nnd  hi    twu    tun a       iln
Ml     ■   ■       Ma I  ,11.1a p.       ,||a       Mil.. 1 ilil
. .1 " iiip.iiiii.l hj In. dniighli 1, Mrs
N rgns.ui.    Mt.   Mi Ini.l.n    pent   llu
inti 1   11 uli  Mi     I' ii'u nn .11   Vnn
ivi 1 nml   1 ni"i. 'I   tie   pi.. ■    .' rj
111111*1)    Hill     il.        Ill ,l|a|a.    il.ll.. . I
l.laaal   Willi   III      ll. .lllll        Ml      Ml I .Ii'l. II
v. .     SI In.    Illllllflll   U.ll  aid.  I   III
. 11       Hi  1   '.in  "I .1 I 11; lived family,     'III, le   ill,    -IS   ul    llll III     llll   liVillfl,
la.'    ll"IO    7'J    I" '..   II       lllll.
r,araging   HU   _' 1   yoni      I1"   i   •'
tondi 'iul  i.i. I" ms'   '.tm   i.f   lhc
lilt  •  I..1111I1.     in    tin.    part    <.|    llu
.nmu    1 mil within ilm pn 1 ycni
'la,   I I.lll, l.llullv   «. le llu   nidi .1     evi 11
.1 iinin un ing from JO In ill) yean
iverngt   I   I 8-7 yean, hut
Ulllllll   UlO   (.all   lUa. i.|   llleln,   iiauii. ll.
\ii   I.,Iiii Clark "f  iln   village,  end
Mi    Ma l noil, nl Uui..' Ip. p.i .1
, ■ n       ■   ti a\.    Ue   Is ItaVC   lie    I.iinill
,     ...hull   Mi     llcclor     M.T.ll.lili     In-
I   I"   ile  . II. 1   Mr. MiTiinliii
1   '    I,, i.iiiiii  I,,  Vnncnuvi 1  in   1
'   ill..lllll-      We  Uill  I"    1
Li. ll   lu r.'  tuMUl   li' (I     um
1 a a rtim Watchman,
CITY PLANER WENT
OVER EMBANKMENT
Tin  .ii,  ..1  Viinii.iivei  cnnie nearly
hnvhig n cosilj  i.i.'in 1.i-t iM'i'l, when
Hi" largo plain i'. ivhich ua- being truck-
nl ..ui I., iln' cnuqi un Heymoiir creek,
.lillnpeil over tlie l.,ml., going down the
sleep grade, near 1.. Scull's ranch, nml
u.lle.l intu the rnvlno below, Mr. He...
Km the driver, uu- slightly hurt nnd
uim i,| his homes i:..i n verj un 1) 1 il
mi tii.. tiip, which will |alll it 'HU "I '..lllllll'    i'il    I'H'    '.'111.'    a|||l-
The nCcilll'lll   Ill' "I  ail   I    I'll' 1	
in Hm r I   Ti.e load I nue 1 in-
a., ail''  an,I I: an  i a.i , iti er I" .lia.'
dii'ei tl, over tin' l.aiiil, ... 11. .111.1 nnil,.
1!.,. nun. which resulted in lhc toni I.in.'
li am,.' 11 - tin.1 ■ ami iduiiglug 'I..."1
11 nun'   I In wo vei  11   >a 1 lined
a .a 1
G. E. JORGENSEN
(i.ii Inginf-T ind II. I. (snd Surveyor
'rimsK 2828
Railways, Bridge*, Watai Powers, Butmitsi,
Hll|ierilltcliili'lus ..I Ciii-it riH-llon, Mn|ia, Town*
lies, Mining I'lnliii-.Snlj liiriiium.itc.
Ill Hastings st. w.i • • ViHCOUVBB, B, 0,
J. W. BALMAIN
C1VII.    l-.M.IM''.!' II
ANIi ARCHITECT
Plans, Quantities, Levels
Superintendence ol Construction
ronira SrticKi, Cobnbb LoMDAM Ave.
NORTH  VANCOUVER.
Tut  I'.xi'Ki**, (1 a year.
Tlm large trail ul linihei   land 	
I .   I       Ua"        a a.     |||C     ■" ., |, | |., ||l,
Im in.  Mi ''.l.n ul tlm lie-l i|iiiilili
Will, ll    t! la    ila* lil'-l   llliee    \... I -   BgQ
».  »..ul. 130,000, hi- lieen -a.l.l   n
.rn  Rverctl ijndliato 1,1   1128,000 rash,
\   ' I'll •'   la a     11  '   I nle   OVel   tills
Iniul, Um reporl being that liters are
from 100,000,000 La 110,000,000 feel ol Hu
lie-t  Inula.'    ,111  llu 1 I
t|   v   Mi 1: tin   1  .  1 ,i dwelling mi
1. I     I' '!•'    .1       I"  II   '    'III'  I''!.''I   .Hi.I
Im I.    Mi.  (l.ll.iiii I it.   darted   llie
ere, ti.all    i,|    lili'itln'l    e.|ll,llll     llllllil-iilne
-liii'lui" llll Ilatolj smith "I  llio finished ono,   These iw .hlouccs will
ndd .'i.'iiii in llu reiIdoullal porl 1
I."ie.tale avenue,
c I', H 11, I'a.i   wni ut II ■' 1 ll) I'ri-
Mi  I'u'i   nt "ii" lime wns purser
n|  ilie  Norlli  Vancouvei  ferry   boat
Blnce leaving il inploy ..1 the ferry
company ho has lived in different parti
of llio counlry.
Fine, healthy Tomato and
Cauliflower Plants, grown from
Sutton's Seeds, always on hand.
W. NICHOLSONLAILEY
ARCHITECT
Temporary Ollice  !•'. Cudney'a
Paint Shop, Rsplnnade,
NuRiii Vancouver, 15, C.
PATRONIZE
the.
BOARD 1 )F TRADE
BAR HER SHOP
Imsdali Avenue,
mar fnr iter uf Firxl tlteet
BA THS
CIGARS nnd TOBACCOS
BIHT
CAMPBELL
Prop. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, R. C.
BLOCK 33
DIST.   LOT   550549
Lots in this Block will shortly
bc put on thc Market. For
Price List .md Terms, apply to
S.GINTZBURGER
-LIMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
Mil Cordova Streei- Vancouver, B. C.
1836       THE BANK OF       1907
0
ESTABLISHED   1836
NE of the oldest banks doing business in
this country.
.'iii Branches in Cimadii nml Iln1 United Stales.
A general banking business transacted,
IllOliej' (Inters Issilcil payable anywhere   in
Camilla, 'United States or Great Britain.
Drafts bought and sold.
Prempt attention given lo collections.
Sayings Hunk Department— Depositsot$i.oo
and  upwards  received,   Interest  paid  every
three months.
Office, tor. Lonsdale Ave nml Esplanade, North Vancouver, 11. C,
II. li. lliiiiii. Manager.   .
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
( .11 li ive tin Ferry Landing loi Qiieenshur) Avenue, Twenty first
Btreet and Loi laic, Winch street uud Keith Koad as follows: 6:15
a.m.. 6:45 a. 111., 7 15 a. 111., 7:45 a, 111.. N:i5 a, 111.. .) a. in. 9:40 a, in.,
10:10a. in, Altci 10:25a. in., cars will leave Queensbury avenue,
rwenty first nud LonBdale avenue, und Winch street and Keith Koad
at live minutes t>i llie hour ainl twenty five minutes past the hour.
Cm, leave Nineteenth street and Queensbury avenue, Twenty first
street an 1 Lonsdale ivenu ■, \\ ini I. street and Keith Koad as follows:
1.1 m., 6:30 a. in., 7 a m., 7:3 a. in., 8 a. 111., 8:45 a. in., 9:15 a. ra.
9:55 a. in . i" 25 a, m. Aftei 9 |o a. 111 cars leave the Ferry Landint
at ten minutes past the tl   In I twenty minutes to the hour,
[jpg     All boats ii    nn 1 b;   llie cars.
Hotel North Vancouver,
tWM^mm
I- *1 ■
*-,.
-~t
.    '•"\}:.L'
• NORTH VANCtiUVER.Pr^™r'
iilnnil
Tourist
Resort
Up to date
Rates
S.'.uii per
Day
ami up
Special
Kates fm
Families
and
Regular
Boardei,
Ferry Service I very IKill Hour to .mil from Ihis Hold
to Vancouver. I'. I.irson, Prop.
Rainier Beer^
Js :t glorious lifvurt ■ .■   i|uencliing nnil
Biitisfying,   I!' im ml..]' ilii'i'cV i tlicr
"jusi as j I     insisl on gelling Itiiinier.
PACIFIC  BOTTLING  WORKS
Vancouver, I-5. C,
I [111 IIH
Three potin I   Ceylon Tea, a r,'" pi r pound Tea, Si.00,
Dairy Butti r, Choii ■.  15 1 ents per pound,
Red Salmon, hall po mil tins, 5 cent - per 1 an,
Maccaroni, 60 ci nt   pi t box,
Cheese, two pound   lot 35 cents.
Corn Stan li, three pounds (or 25 11 nts,
I'mk and Beans, large  izi, two 1 ans loi 25 11 nts.
Chicken, two pound 1 ans, 35 ci nts.
J. X. McMILUN, Grocer
COR, ESPLANADE AND LONSDALE AVE
rnlll|ii.lilll-   llltl'l'   lli'l'll     ll'rl'ill'll   I	
Ilaalllii'lli [mints Ktlllilifl llllll I'll.'*, liaVO
lieen   -lli|ilii'il   Iii   I'up'l   Siillllil   iiiiiI   an-
thin  1- tilrlctlj  iigaitisl  llu* luorlncliil
lain-   it   IVIIH    lll'ailli'll     llllll     I'l i>\ ilia .il
Timber hupr-i'lor   Murruj   Bhould   hu
iiuiiii uml mijiiii'i' Inlo tliu iiiulli'r. Mr
Miiiiii.v returned l.i-l Kniuluv lium nn
in-|..'t I1..11 ut Un' i.iiiiii- uml isMicil si-v-
i'i.iI tm.niuu- I" Hi" luinhor 11 In ilm
iiiulli uml Btntm llml I'li'iy ihi'i.hiIi'.ii
Will   III. l-M'l. it-ill   tll -l..|l  llli-   illoglll   llllll
uii'**, uml -liuiilil mil purlii'H ho round
ill  till)   "uv   illl'l'lllKillg  till'  lull-  lilu-ra ,|
lion*, mil 11 iiiui.'k l.il.i' iiliur.
Ki.l.rii Itrjcc Im- hroimlil lih run*
iliu-* gelding,   "Siiiial-iiitii'." in   Nurlli
Vlllia'iillli'f   llllll    is   lal'l'|lill''    lliiil    ill    l.lll-
scu'd stnbles.
.1. 0, Ki'.'-siiy. ni tin' logging llrm -.I
llr.'--ny .ic Qiihin, Im- [iiircliiiMcil 11 inu'
new iluiilu'.v engine for lii- i'.i»|..i"
uml uill sluiilly siiiil ii|i i'a.ii-1 (villi it
lui' iiuiui-iliiili. use in llu* cilinn,
Alili'iiiiiin Ales. Suiilli's new ceincnl
hlnck house on 5th street ia hcginiiiii-i
lo Inko proportions ami shows up lu
Rrcul nilvantagc. When fiiii.slu'.l il will
lie ilu Bccunil n[ ils l.ni'l in Nurtli
Vnnciiiiver mul 11 Inn tuhlilioii In tin
number nf (jowl ilwellinfiH thnt nre
iiuw erected ami iu course of erection
lui,'.
tV. .1. I Im tu- Im- completed arrange*
Illl'tllS   fill'   ll I'l'l'li.ill  III  II   IlllU'li   III   Ilia'
corner ol S u.l uml i,uii.*tiliilc. Tlio cx-
.i.-i dimension.-] tiro mil given nm. Inn
is   ntiiliT-t 1   UlO lllllllllllg   Will   llll VU   n
froliliigo of l«..|iiy-si\ I'i'i'i 1111 I...11-
al.ili' nvoiiiio., Tin. ivork ul exciivalhw a
progressing ftivuriilil}-, iniilor iln- super-
vision nt t'liiilructor Mcl.01111011,
T'lu* .l.'iitli nccnrrcil ..11 W'l'.lu.'-.l.ii tt
illllllloril]  Cannery,    Sli,i'lnl    river,  ' '
Taal.i Sllllllllllllltl'll, ll"' Wife "I   al  illl|l:ll
iw,. eiliplii.1 f Ha.' dinner-.'.     The te
niiiiiis of tim deceased Imly, wlm ivns :..'
yours of n-e wore lirmiglil dii.vn 	
dlj ..ti llu- I'rim.'Ss May. ivlilclt inii'i
Itere Insl nighl, nutl tin' liiii.'i'.il ia-
,I.m,   ni  :; ,,','liai'l, tl.i- nfler u Iruin
||„.   ,l|||,;|lll's'i'    Mellllllllsl    lllis'i.all.   ciiriici
I'owell Btreet ami Jackson nvi'lille, lli'v.
Iln,, , mii 'iiuiiii:.
The Kniuhts a,i I'ythlns meet In*
ninlii in ilu' Orange hull, This will 1"
tl,, in 1 rcfitiltir nirotiiifi nf ilu- tu«
l.„l .. (,,,,., mnl 11 largo eimilltni'iil ul
members is expected. Quite a niunhcr
Imvt  nlready undergone llie   rciitiired
nia ,||a all     I'M lioll     llll'l       Will       I-'"
|,1...       a    till'    illiliuliOII      IVI' III ' lu
night,
tit f iln'   llnirkiiiiin-Ker   Milling
ra,ui|.aiiiy'- li'.i-.- Iniiki' I""*.' 'u ll"'
slnlilos TIiuimIiij niglil '""1 broke
lliriillgli ihe lliioring uf lh" -talil" un.l
i.'ll tt distance ni iili'iiil tni'h" feci t"
Iho ground ll '. willuiiii "("ti gelling a
■a |.,|. I,.        Till'    -llllll"    i-    I.Uill     UVCr    ll'''
lietiell, ju-l "ilsl a,I' lli" l.'tly landing
 I is ...in.' in.'h  liflecil I*"I ul'..l.-
llii. In'iii'li, wlioie tlir miiiiml ivns I "I
-.lauding ian t'tiiliiy iiiiiriihu,'.
'|l„  i..iiuiiii for Mr, Meftnln's new
iv.siil.'ti. n l,..ii-.lail.' lu- heen lei  m
Wm Hull nf Hull .li.. I. Mr, Hull was
nl ,, tlir conlrneliir wh" Imill Mr. Mc-
llnin's a.Hn i l.n. .Iv.. Il.n.' in I Id lhe
mirth of th" pi' -inl niie,
'I'll,. I:, v I, IV nml Mr (lllllllll ale
-|i. ii.Iiii. n couple of wni, al llni'i'i-
.,,11 II.at Springs, Mr, (lilliitn has
I... hnrgc ni St. \iiilri v's ■ 1uii.1i
Plllpil     llllllll  '     III.'     I'll   l"l'       111'   I  l"a
The  lir-t  game a,I  ilia'   ..la.ii in the
M.iinluti.l   Li'iinim a--a.< i.it     lull    le
played mi Siiliiidn) nl Nurlli Viiluoil-
vi i  nl tin- Allilele ground .   Nml."Ulli
dlt'COl,      Tll"   I aalll.'ll.llll.'    I       .Hi'    \-iltll
fill ..' I III" Tin ll.-     'I'll,' I a—lilt
i    i|inli' .i ■ I'" ll] ifinlti ill     liter ni
la.I   Hi" |U"\ -  Iiii'iiilly    gullies    I'"-
'aa.. la tin ■' laa,a a !i|l, \a.i- VI I' llllll ll 'II
fllVlir .at   III" Tlialla'.,   hill   till'   un* iiiiii
la,      llll'       llllll,It',II,ill'      lllOlillgO Ll       llll'
North \ inu..uv.'i pln.vcrs, uin. I.a inin. ns reasons woro nnnhlc lo Inko part,
lioivovor, mi s.iiniii.n. II Hng Hi" rirel
nl tin' loaguo's guiiic . il... North Van*
 ia i ila'* uill m.il.i'   ti.'inn.'i- efforts to
in,iir n good showing uml mil endeavor
I.. hi\i' llieir l»"s| player* nn th.' lun!.
Tin' line-lip is: (liml. )'. HngloWj liaul,*.,
II.  Mi I'lursoii  I  It,  II. T'.mi:   lull
la.a. I,-.    \.   Slllilll,   IV.  lllll'll.   |j,   II II;
I......u.l.. I'. Turn, .1. Tiirnhiill, ,1. badger, ,1, Tl lam, tv, l.iuii.'l.
Till'. UNPOI'UUUiPUMP,
"Thai famous temperance reformer, the lain Francis Murphy,"
sai.l a Pittsburg man, had mnny
an mid adventure in ibe course ol
his very useful life,
" lie once told me of a case
where a drinking man, with a nest
joke, got for a moment the best ol
lum in an argument,
" The man was a club man, a
Imu vivant, famous for his wine
cellar, and Mr. Murphy road him a
strong lecture oii the drink evil.
"Hut the bon vivant only smiled,
shook his head and said:
••Well, Mr, Murphy, 1 have
seen many a pleasant party around
a table, but I have seen none
'round a pump."
A OREAT MISTAKE.
"In my country," said a Swedish
engineer,  "tbey make a  brown
i heese nl goat's  milk,    lt is a
delicious cheese, lml to a foreigner
iis aspect is imi inviting. It is
made in little bricks.
••lu Sweden last summer I sent
to some ol my llritisli Columbia
Iriends a few of these cheeses,
along with some Swedish punch
and other native delicacies.
"One letter of acknowledgement that 1 -,'ot said:
"Thanks, awfully, lor tbe punch
and salmon. The soap, ton, is
very nice, but we liml great difficulty iu making ii lather."
F, Cartier, Oakland, Cal., was
n lhe city on Tuesday,
'I NH IIVI.WV.
Al a apccinl meeting "f the city
council held tu lli" ciiy hall lu I evi n-
in... lli" pound Inlaw wns given ils
iiiiii i. iiii in", miai   i-   now   ill   I'.iitc.
livi i.'.iliin..' iii Iiii  doini -li" mil I line
i ih all ivilli in ih.' provisions of i li i-i
liylnw,   Th" lux mi tings is $-2,01) ami
hiti lu ■ $aun.   Th. .  m n | ,| ni
either will ..nly he required to pay the
proportion of llie las to the mul nf the
. ii lh. mayor nud all llu aldermen
wen present,
Wc Do
Job
Printing
EVES & LAWSON
01  IMF
NORTH    VANCOUVER
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
\
Have a number ol enquiries for close in Business Lots,
(specially on tbe Esplanade, first and Second St-ccts;
iiiuii- especially west of Lonsdale Avenue.
N. II. —To Owners i   It would be greatly to your ad\ tinge
to list with us exclusively any propoi >' you mny v sh to
dispose ol in the above described location at once.
I'MONI 6
P.O.BOX 13
EVES & LAWSON
I lll>i|I'MIN   111 ill h
HINMIUI   WINIH,
llt'tiu'cn I Miljiiiaiili' and lirsl SI.
NOR III VANCOUVER,   B.C.
PALACE HOTEL
HIM IIUMSIIIII lllllll   ON THI   tll\M
AN UP-TO-DATE
TOURIST lU'lSORT
Rates: (1.60 PER
DAY AND UP
HASTINGS
TRACK
RACES.
RWNING RACES
•TKST RACE AT 2:30 SHARP
Adiniv-tioii SO ft nls
REMEMBER THE BIG
"ire
, SEPT.». I!.
-1
LARSON'S PAVILION
Doors open at 7:30 p. m.   Entertainment at 8:15 |i. nr
Special Rates to Families and Regular Boarders
Half-hour lerry connection in and (ruin Vaucouvor.  Hot uml cold
water in every room.   Return call bolls in every room.
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Second Struct,   -   -       -   NORTH  VANCOUVER, B. C,
FOR BEAUTIFUL^
Residence Lots
FRONTING ON
"OTTAWA GARDENS"
APPLY TO-
543 Pender Street, V.incouver, B. C.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Mawis
Designs
Copyrights 4c.
Anvaiiinai-tiilliiK a al.i'i Hi nml rtwrrlpllnn tiiAT
quickly ...''..rtlllil ...ir.alaii  tri.c ,ala..|l...r nil
ilniiaMriciirrnnilaloiitfiil. HiWtll-IM "ia I'liaiU
Il'llt I IIIU.'-I ..I'l'iu ' I llllllll I'M''..la.
I'aili'liln lllll'll  II' 'li  M'l' n A ' ". I" I'lvr
Scicmirif American.
a hnnrtiomoif lllniifMwj wwMr. Mrw»l etr-
nilnllnii -.f i.Mvc.'i.'tinii.' I'.iiri'itl. Tonm.Wo
rnnri f»urnitmihi,$1 Bombyu nowidMlflri,
!HlUNN&Co.3G,,,r»id""NewY(ir(!
IlfMicli uilli c, O K Ht., V.'nutiliiMl'in, 1).<J.
PROGRAM
1. [livoBtmoiils in lleiil Estate to  lie  profitable
Bhould include some nf Norlh Vancouver's
lirst lots and acroage.
2. A Norlh Vancouver linn lor North Yniicou-
vi'f investors.
:!.   l'uv nl headquarters of lhe oldest incorporated
li'i'iil   EstatO   <'o.  wilh   chief   phiee   of
husiness in Nnrlh Vancouver.
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO. Ltd.
Cornor Lonsdale Ave. nml Fifth Sl.
TBI.. IB
MHM'li VANCOUVER
BRUCE *DODDS
GENERAL MERCHANTS
Flat Iron Block, Cor. Ath and Lonsdale Ave.
The lollowing quotationa on our Teas will lio found interesting
to consumers ol that beverage,   We are ottering
Five pounds ol Assam Pekoe Tea, Si.
Three pounds Ceylon l'ekoe Tea, ijo cents.
Three pounds l'ride ol Assam, ,<i.
Three pounds Choice Ceylon Orange Pekoe (very fine) Si.25,
Wi' uie in receipt of another largo consignment ol choice
ALBERTA DAIRY BUTTER
Which we sell at 25 cents per pound, well worth 30 cents per pound
In general groceries WH LEAD, as our prices will show.  The
consumer is invited to call and get our quotations,
II   li IS IN OUR ADO It's SO     'I'HONK 41,

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