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EDITION
Volume 1
Noimi Vancouver, B.C., Ai-mil 19, 1910
Number (
Council and Citizens Discuss Street Grades JHL StCOND NARKOWS  BRIDGE       Floating Dock        Miss Heard  Leads
The full council  with Mayor
Hay   presiding was present   at
last  evening'i meeting ol  the
e 11)   COUncil  besides  |    ilowdid
looiii oi  spectators and rati
payers  who  attended  lor  Uu
lllusl pall lo he,if the discussion and lake part iu I he1 pro
test \s Hull waned general
among the latter relative io
grades,
A h\\ matters ot correspond
iiik weie dealt sith when ike
Mayor announced thai ke would
dispense uuh the regular ord
oi business In order to tske up
iiu* question ol grades in which
11 halt he knew lhe majnnte ol
ihoSC presetll  Were interested.
i he grade question to which
sliell a protest  wa.s levelled lasl
evening wu in connection with geaciea,
sion  any  chstlge  in ihe estali
hsiiid grades ol lhe cit)   in
, u«   ol   the expel l  ade ue   lol-
uierly obtained on the poiat,
He wishes lo bc* understood
ihai ilu- Association was it.,m
committal In their resolution,
Inn   ll    was   lather  the sllddcll-
ucss oi iiu* e lunge that   thi *
.lioiiglll   sliould   lie  Weil   e olislel
, ini before taking sny ai lion
IK suggested that lurtkei
opinions ni obtained i ruin u
personal standpoint be thought
ihai perhaps some uiiiipioiinse
between the tWO cxlieim
w,illlel  meet   the   difficulty,     lie
referred   to  hall benching   thi
itreeti  by essment  and  thus
n i,un   llieir useniliiess aud   al
lhe same time meet all iniiiin
the coilliill s action I week ago
iu passing a resolution to
change the grades ol all nortk
and souih sl reels in lhe cit)
i i e iiii bench grades to straight
grades, tin incentive foi ihis
movement being sn application
iui a permanent grade on Ike
i -pi.made when council consul
deled    thai    lunching   l.ull.il.ii.
Ave. in particular would kc i
great hardship on traffic going  ^,,t,i ln
ui' and down lhat slieel. grade.
Maiden, speaking is a trus
ue ol ilu- Pythian Leslie Hall,
said   lt   was   the   wish   ol   ih,
company lo havi th cornel
sioiie laying oi then proposed
hail take piace during iln general assembly in Vsncouvei
some lime iii .May, hm while
see-saw iug was going oil in thl
matter oi gradei u pui ilnm In
,i .aiv peculiar position in ri
ibtaining a permanent
The communications i Bi cling
thin matter wi ce in si read iasi
i Ventng   and  were   as   lollows :
.voi ih \ ancouvei Pytkian i as
ll. llall I d., asking wlnn lh. \
conld be supplied wiih a pei*
niaiiciii grade at the cornel ol
,ih slieel aliil I'lu-sl el held ale*.,
win te line iiiiiiiii io end thi n
n.ni ; I-.. Hue h.iii. iiianagi < ol
ihe  Hank oi Hamilton,   wkich
pioposis io i ieet and has pi.i.i.
made out lot, a large block a'.
the coiner ol 1-irst sired 11. |
Lonsdale Ave., itaimg thai In
■ ,ii disappointed at thc i >o
posed  change  ol   grades as it
WOUld  lines.ll,ile a  lui tin I   tie
la;  an iln ci>ustiiutinii ui -i;ili
block     Alcssts.  i It .lie > mill   and
t mils representing lhe interests nt J. C. Keith advising
ihai   a permanent grade   ws
given im the Ktiih bloek in
i■ ii7 .md was confirmed in June
i.,'i\ ami ii ,i ckange in the
grades was made that the block
w .mid have! o be lowered at iln
.11 .  s expense  lei still   lhe    lie w
grade , and Irom twent) hsi
dents nu jrd itrcel in lhc lorm
oi a petition stating thai ilu u
slreel had been unproved oll lln
lunch   grade   s\ siim   and   am
deviation  Irom  tkli   principu
Would  be Opposed  b)   lllllll
The  Uayoi   Iherenpon  asked
n an) ol the ratipayei * would
like lo speak lo lhe question
I- \ Aldi i man    I'.i.iiiii   elated
ihal   he   had   earried   lln     "id
siieei petition sround lm sig
natures and during the wkon
caavaa did Hot nml wIth a sm
gh objection against signing
the petition.
Jesse Williams said ikat  iu
some si11 ions In had belli lold
lhat North VattCOUVel would
lie Ul   be  all) llllll);  lllole  ill.ill   I
residential cil), (a tkat ease he
would agree with the  ilraight
-I.ides,    bill    lie   iiii land    lli.il
this eii) would be business  as
Well as le id, ull.il ainl in COS
sequence ol that In- was in   l.i
uu oi luili h grades, lm tint
"you need only lo look at othei
e Hies when* bench grades ale
i ■i.iblislied and wh\ should en
uol hau the '.11111, why should
we s|Miid hundreds ol dollars
tor expert advice and nol ad
opi    it    when   given   il   would
seem ihat you gentlemen knew
mole about it than the ciigin
eels,"   quoted   the   spc.ikn    in
spirited language,   He continu
eel statin-; that he Would like
lo know il ihere was nol some
wa) in whuh this mattii could
i" iithd definitely so tkat Iki
next incoming council could um
bangs ii at will. lie considered that its importance was .ul
i.i ii iii to allow the people hai
ing  a say  ill  the uiai in
tt . 1).  keel es spoke Ullolli* ial
I) nil behalf ol the N \ Rati
payers' Association and rcinr
aiid a resolution passed   at
V. VV. & Y. Will Make Definite Announcement in June.
Negotiationi are now undei j tkl lust count ol ballots in
wa) uhidi il consummated a- the Kxpress Aiay yuccn compe-
long   lhe  lines   at pieselit   sel!UUull   v-as made   llus 11101 mug
ilu engineer slated in aiiswi
10 a question tkat ihould
si aighi gradei ba adopted thai
a would necessitate ihe Ion*i
ill); ol lhe B. l-'* Electric Hack
on 1'irsl near lhe coi iur ol
i lie slu lulil some .| 01 5 feel. I,
was also   stated    lli.il   lhe  pii
sent    grade   in   lluni    stiu,
w iiillil lie fill c U.l. lie said llll
ill. 1   lllal  ll  w .is nevei   Ins    111
lenliou to lully bench lhe north
attd lOUtk streets, bill lo islab
i,sn them on a basis oi .■ p.
.int. at the intersection! wi..
Ji.  ..isl and west streets.
Alderman irwm easel ird iha,
ilnre was now a registi red
graile en Lonsdale  Ave   Iroi
ihe: P.splan.iili lo lhe* south sine
ol    I'llsl    slleet    and  llnlll    ill.
in.i ih sub* oi Kirst itreet to vth
itreet, in iln i. i ..-. i
that any bylaws unci passed
would be oi no ellect.
I kc engineer volunto red thi
iniorin,iimii ihai the grade to
which .iiileiman Irwin had  re
le tillsi- li.nl In Ul rep .iiul alln
thai   lb   le p* .(I   In laV   was ,,i ,
in un registry oince,
,i. Baliour Ker stand thai in
Ins opittlOB it was vei v ilupori
am   thai  whatever was   dont
n.>w    should   be   made   \e llll     a
new   to meeting the needs  oi
llli* cit)   in the  llllllll      lie    em
phasized the Iai t lhat souii da)
.\oi ih \ ancouvei would Is em.
..I iin leading sea ports in llu
Dominion and it was, iiiiii ini,
Hlghl) niipollalll Ihal llu
. n\  i grades in relation to lln
iihuh use amount ol traffii thai
s I necessarily  have  to u
..lllldl      oil     llolli     llu     llnil,*
id bi made ■   easy as pot
slide.   .S|icakiug of the lv-p
ade ill   pal lieiilat    lie  laid Ihal
ii w.is 11 ieii above tbe li w i
ol llu old nli.nl, and it thai
slieel   was   In lie In ■ I   ll     WOUld
pi nil.llll)    bl     Id   III I | a ill I lllll
tng lie slatnl thai iu   hail lain n
occasion to look up iln rail
way grade and lound thai lln
k 11iw .i\   Commission nnd  es
i.ibiishid ,i gride aboui
ago which had loi Its level
point   in at   to iln High  w aii,
mark  .m.l  . itending nm   In i
north.   Ur. Kei ilnn drew   at
11 111 -oil    to    llll     lael     lll.lt   ll    al
railwa)  company came m ana
took   this grade and ihe Ic'.ni
wa)  Commission held to its
former decision, the- bal,nne ol
the distance beiwcelt thl BOI Na
side ol the railway grade aiiil
the south side ol the l-.splali.ul'
ii j'loxiinately loo would bavi
lo i all)   the whole  |6 pel  Cl nl
use aiid this he asserted a a
prokibitive   to   traffic,     He,
lh. iilole, ciiipli.ilie.nl\ pri*--*
upon  the COUnd]  the l.n I    that
"Aii. Hendry is now in hug
land where he will liieel All.
tiays, president of lhe 11. I, I
Railway compauy. In will
., i i.i n io \ ancouver eai I) in
June, when lhe V. tt. a \.
Kailway will make a dcinim
announcement wnh respect to
the construction oi the bridge."
Such was iln* Interesting intoi
marion Imparted to a represen
lative eit tlu- LDxpresa by Mr. A.
1-,. Woods, menagmg director
ol the V. tt. & _, Ky. Co. in an
interview granted hy hun a lew
days smce.
.ill.   Uuods   couvelsed   nee,
with lisped to the outcome  o
iiii   recent  requests ior  legislation ai Ottawa upon tin pari
oi his company on eite one llano
and Ule delegation Icpicsilln.*,,
Ule    Din lui il   unci   lllllllll    am.
uridgc company on the  oilui.
ile   expressed   liuusell as   IIUI)
s.nisiuii   with  what hau   been
(nmuini by ilu- V, u . t\ i   a -
c o.    Uny  had preserved    ill
aii.iiua     .ii i ail,   dec land    .in.
 i.is,   .in.i   had secured a ;i\.
years extension wilhoui anj
amendments    or    resinciions
w n.ileul.     1 Ills w.is   ail    lliul
uii) hail really been ..ces.i.g
nny bad naked iui certam  .i
l.iiluliliillls     lu     lllell   ell.ii 1.1,
imt oii  the principle that   * *
asking ior mure lhan the) ., hi
iy wanted, the) would —   uu
mole likely iu secure wnat  was
nan)   a... in i.u.     .-,   specim
clause ni nine eli.oui impow
ermg  uu   i .i\. I V.  By,  io
nuiiu   a   combination bridge,
eias inu required in ordei to en
auie Unin io construit   such i
structure,     the)   airead) po
.e.sui sufficient powers    undei
al    al     lli.il III      III   I'll. IM'
ihiiih a combination bridge,  u
ii,ni already been done b) oihei
railway companies nndi i nmil
,n ii.usiuoii.s and ike V.W at .
representatives   vers    assured
cll.il llley tuu could do Ilu saint
under their charier,
lie considered thai a mistakt
li.ul been made when llii one i
oi lhe \ .w . e\* \ . It) i 11,i.p.1.1,
io agree io expend 9230,000 on
actual  construction   wiiiuii   a
s,.llul peflod llald lllll belli ems
ell   WlUl.
Ills company   recognised   tin
iaci iliai a combination bridgi
was required    across   Second
A aaii.ws   in   order   lo   pi min
iln* necessary lacilities lol   i hi
|)iiiili.   and  ihi)  wen  pupa.. ,
lorih will place Noiih \ aiicou
ver in a very cxailcd position
ni ihe shipping and iwusuta.
wuiid. lhe laige iiu.u.m ...
to ee uu ll .iuiui!,.au .ni.iUl ic.
aiiiul eu al lasl cvcliilig s meet
illg  ol   Uic  ill)   coUUcil   Will    lie
Hfitheirplans"aii-jJJ^»cvdiuiou^o |lf^
ihe irallic leatures io the railway budge.   11 llus were  doltt.
however    ihe    traffii     bi'idgi
WOllld    Ueeessalll)     be     a   ii-
in idgi and ins companj   wouiu
llieielore expect llial luii.uial
.1   a   ,inu-   would   be lui lbi om
mg irom the municipalities  to
be benefitted and tram ilu pn
vuiciai government.    He   »vaJ
loiuiiiiiu that lhe i a al
grant ul >2oo,ooo wuuld it ins
u-rially uiereased il a eu III :n i
lion bridge were tu be billll.
ine V. w . cV* V. K). Company
was wniiug io inui nno .ni ,e
greemeni whereby the winm
nudge would be built and controlled by a luusiiuiiioit eoii.
pail) in winch an ihose contrili
Ucllig  lo  llie cosl ol  Ule luiiiii
wouiu in stockholders, eaeii re
ceiving shares In lhe construction compan) pro rata in  ...
eoiil.iiiee   w llll   lhe .iliuiim.    in
money invested.
uu   lepreeeniatives   oi   in.
iom,i.ui) nan assured ihs due
gauon at Ottawa llial una
nne plepalcd to plucccil IiJm.u
... .nm iiuiii stiieiiiiciit;
mutually   expressed at an   iu
lUllllal  eolllelellcc* llelU just   lie
ion me representatives and Lhi
aeiegaiei nuaiiy departed irom
.ai. capital ia* ana ms assoaai
es   hail lull)    .m.i. i, ,i . *a     ilia,
aegouauoaa tu iliac and womu
Ue    Iisuiucel    Mli.li   an    pa. eies
.1,1.1    . e .lv lla.ll     I allieullicl,    tin.    ,.,
co Uie    pi est in   ume Utal    ban
, .ii* iioiluug molt- culiMiii.iar
ilie mallei.    LUcler lllc- cliiliiu
,     It)      COlllal        I, II,
uu Othei Uian pioceecl ill tlie
....mini thai would besl pro
let l Ule il  own llltelests aim Ule
president oi Un V. W. (t ¥. a
company   had    proceeded
ni a commercial way, aim
.u.iiiiig   to Alderman   .Smiths
slueclliclll I Ile 11 l.s iltl) le.lsoli
lu believe lliul lhe mallei' is
well iu hand SOW ami a dcliiuli
announcement mat ihese largi
wurks will be suoii under w.i.
Will nul cuine as a great   sm
prise, ihe concern tu winch
Alderman bmith slluded repri
siiiis Irom a minion and a nan
to a million and ilnn epi.n iei.
in ic ady capital raised in I'.lig
land lor the express pin pose o,
iiiinn,ug a lloalllig doik ui Wu
uaxbor which will be capable i.
naUdling all) Vessel .tiuiae.
Messrs. Alexander Mnilli Uu
company .ue acting loi Uu
.aiii.ii.iiij    and have oceii eliici
niiiiiiig a mem her ol that largi
concern, seni uui lo look ovei
ilie silualloli, lor lhe pasl lew
days, llus gentleman nines
Uie city council in camera lo
night relative lo ascertaining
un.il concessions the city wn.
be willing lu make lo scum sia
iaigc a piojecl lol the Alubi
Hulls Cily.
band Loncert
lllc   .NulIII   taUeullicI   ,li>
Bald  made a  must   clUdllabk
..iiuiillig   ill   lllell  iiinial piiiiiu
al|'(llalaalllci     111   11 UU I    Ul    UlC    IS .1' I
uie. ia,isili 11 iasi MtttlUa) 'UH
.ii6. ilic iici.iUllsiiaiioli i.a..
Witnessed I.) a iei) laige clow I
Ul Spec ia lols Wliuse luUu up-
piause niiiinl iu sliuw ill a clc
ildcet luanilil Ulal lakoaC .llio
came    to    siuli   inn,ninn    tu
piaise.   Mayoc Majwupres
cue aud in ins ollicial capacity
as the representative ui ike nu
io  ollered a sliort address    ijtio.e
by .Uayui tt. ll. .Wa), .ut. Ji.
1'. Steacy and ttt. tt, v.. llia-
iiii.     ilie ii am .iunis JhM   at
l.l; ian tle.gillll.llj; li.... ui.i.
uiaeic ana i'. uui..<... iiiii iei. ..
iaij;c luce .u> ibe cainpa.6U j..u-
ie.il... »ile pum.c llale .i,.,.l.
i) nut yet awakened tu then
privileges inasmuch as one
uiuiisa-aid    single   vole   bailois
Wele nisUlliUieel 111 lile    IVApiess
oil 1-iiday lasl and uuly ii ul
these were luund in Ibe bailen
boxes this morning. Alihuu^u
ilns jnaj be due tu the lael that
ualiuls are being preserved lo
be deposited later in lhe campaign, lu a cull.pelll.aali ul tins
n.iiuie a great deal ul /.esi is
added 11 lUe subsciibei s in gcu-
11 .n lake au tu teres t in the pio-
ceedmgs and make use ul the
ballot. Kcuieinber llial aiiy-
uiie who secures a copy ol tne
r.xpiesi may use the sinlii
voce ballot which appeals in
eaill iu])) ul Ue papei, wriling
Ui.i.aii. llie name ul the eandl-
dale lut whom he or she desires io cole, <wd depusiliiig tii.
Mine Ul one ol thc banul boxes, lhe respective cumpellluis
a,i\e scarcely gol tu woik ui
earnest as yet,  but doubtless
will) this issue ol Lhe Uxpics.. a
um  impetus will  Ik* given   ilie
campaign,   ihe (eaturc oi tins
ill sl . innil Is lhe lael ihal al-
tliougli starling al a distinct
disadvantage UuougU baVili^
eiiteitd the compcllliou one b.
i.m, uiss Aniiie Heard his set
a guud example oi Wkai
personal woik can accompiiit
> iiuug lhe lead, ilie i.m
is just ne gun and every cun.,,
titor  has  an  excciicin oppui-
elillli)     lu    slion     Wllac   ca.ll..,,
ciiurt upon Ue pail ol bei sen
aiul bei 11 lends aud suppunci-.
CM du. lhe lilsl lepuit ul Uiv
pull is as lollows :
.tunic ilcaud      IU
ilaiuia JuhiUlsou       ,* *
i tuuue bleveusou          j
Ucriie t-olbourne       ,.
ivngiantl lm ike purpose ol per*
lining   iiiianu.il   aiiaiigiiiiiins
ia.i mnitrucung uu iiiia.gi
.in.  Wuuds iiiiii made die positive siaieiucut recorded anon
a.)   Ult   (licet   Ibai   a (lclill.ee   .in
iiniiiieeiiieUl    as iu actual   '"li
aiiu.ion ul a bridge ny ilu    t .
u . eV   \ . Ky. Co. will be   li.ade
earl) in June.
UAVI-,  VOU   vui'l-.i)  VIM    i/iiui'i.i'.iif'.k r. u. ii()\l-,s
AtUDI-.M
Au chiployea ul ike   North
i .ni*ninii transfer t... named
Joknson bad his band iug
t iii-ha il on .-s.iIiiki.i) li) ,c uigi
pun  ol  iioiiei  plat.
pllllllllg llllll b) llie eel isl nni la
In    w.is   lile,i nl      Ills injiiiii
were nni oi .. ..ninn. n,imu
and .nni iln wound was dress
ni .md a kail <i.n * n.n laken
Ile was able lo lesllllie dm
lollowing morning,
UAVI-.    Mil     VOTED    Mm
pn..iihni   wilh   a   new    lo   .ul
ihi position oi ilu* rail
u ,ie   gradl   alld  llii   iiie   , mu
iiiiiii■• iii ilns regard ; -Ji) thai
'  •    "ll    lllllll   SllltS   Ol      l,0|ls
dak   ve.   on Um Baplanads sn i
approaching tin wharl bt a
" a   io lesson ilu- grade, liom
ih.* wharl to the Bsplanadi an
baving     the    appearance    ol
iln* letter "\ " and at, tkat tin
inaini in taken up with  both
the Railway  Commission  and
i the property owner relativi lo
making Iht centre ol Uh  rail
wn) gridi   ** leet mi both  idi
nt the high watei mark  I
.1. A. Alc.Uillau, lhe local
postmaster, Is in receipt oi a
communication Irom tbc i- it,
department  tei Um ibect   thai
ill.)    ale dcSiroUl ul  lieilig    ni-
loiined as lo Un   prOSpKU   oi
aan.i.iiiiig   mail     coo.ciois     ill
uns   ciiy   lor duty in   MUM*
j   :* all Willi Uic  emit i I loll ul     ua
mails   imm   thc pluposcd ttlO|
la.IMS   llllllldCil   lut  dilni
.. na, .mulls iu the cit). bOBM
.me ago about I.J bu it
"iiglu uvei to llus side Ol Un
.im I, bill lol MUM n a. oil wen
.ukcu away again. r.lim * -
nave been pul loi lb tlltuugli Ui.
*n miice ul laic lu haw un
nixes   nisi.iileil   abd   llolli    lIn
, urpoi t   oi   Un   department i
in  il would seeiii in.a
Ig was going to be done    in
.lus regard.
peakcis who joiiinl iu the disk-lore grades in the city  were|cuw,loB« *««  ■   B  Macnagkt
.-si.ililisli.it the basi,, being th.  l"-   Ml     l;'"'*    Ex-Alderman
railwa)   grade on  thi   watei  ,w,,lll^■,    "    I     ftright,   tim
^^^^^^^^^^^^   front, ihould be tint ascertain   Morden, t.   A. McBain, 0! 11
recent   Uieeting  ol'llle  Assnei.i    ed,  Iiiiii  lhe othei  glad.s COUld   -U"1 ,U" ' l''i   Uayoi  .did Al
lion which through some dels) be figured out to m, intelligent dermen.    The discussion   was
was mn Iorwarded lo lhi cilj iiiainiei    Ui   Kei wlered thni   "'
clerk Uu   Iasi tunings   iiieei suggestions b) wa) ol ovei
mg.   Tlu resolution wi   in el mg the difficult) at the »
leei   that 'in Ratepayer!   Aa front, namel)    (aj lhat   lhi
so'i.illon  new  wnh apprehes Railwa)  Lommiuiou   bi   ap
osed with tin- resolution lhat
ili*   council lake the main i un
der careful consideration.
i-uiiiuiucd in r-'rida)
l.tKAl.  NEWS  in
bWilt   Vut    \IH1-.1)   \
Mm. kauislurth ol 3rd sin it
wishes   io  annouuee   that
will Hot intu,* nni 1, lii,  n
' '''lay 111 ilay.
'he op* itog   erviccs  ol  Uu
**m congreg
"II lllis cay will |„ ..,.. ,.,
"UltUlal Hall din.ii,
:"*"ll    ami  1 e.ii.i,.      .
day, May ist.
Hn, t.eo     Aiaikb    aim
rived 111 lhe die  lh,
*      pending  lhe seem a
"'   Will  In   un   gin   1
Is 'bn    aiid inullni,
•"id    Ti...   A.   ilaikle, ol
street.
uie progiauu »as commenced,
lie ci.iiiiiie inu ii llie bo)s uu   It,
progress tbal ihey had made la
die   ia-l   lOUl   UluUlils  side,   lllc
uaiid wa.s bisl oiganucu aiin
n.i. .11. ....„ Uiai cue iiiajuaity
ol Ibe ii.clllbels wele snull)
amalcaiS it Had a most coin
iiicUdatiie bearing on the emu is
pui innn by uic young knM
aud 111 particular was a soiiiec
ul ...ni i.n mm to Ibe icadc:,
.Ul. R. lllaUlce, Whose glia.I..ail
man baud had wruuglil lbi
JU'eseUl stale ul pluliiuli _. OUI
ol pl.ie lieail) lile law maiclial
iu su shut I a lune. lhe m..\-
e>r uu ijciiail ol the cllucns wd-
cuiiicel iiic now band ana ucua. -
eii 11 was auotbei maased au-
e aim 11.1 ill ill Ule aliua.. ul UK
clc). lie euUciUUcd Willi a
ncaiiy Wish lul Ibe Miinu in
ebc Uew  uigaui/.atluu.    Uis   n
marki canned an uiatiuu Irom
nn ny slanders.
lhe ploglam CUIISlSn i ul sl\
lam . .uin i.u li ttas un
wilh a Uolliial.ic lh ilice ul
discord or liisitalit) ou llic
pan ui amy one uu-mbal. l.jn.
i iiig w ,1. i.iinii; ,i|ipiauded
.llnl .,1 lilt iiillilllsloU ., nun.In 1
ol 11 i.jiii 1 wi it  given Hie  man
Igl Ml'   II   as ,1 III.II le III  e .lll'lll  lu
■id iii. boys mt tin 1 in iin good
work.
lhe band consisted ul .'4   iu
sllUlin ins   DM  Ji   Hal   base, )
,   j ballluuis,   ( ail.
loiin is, 3 clarinets, j pncoios,
| diiiiiis aiid 2 tenuis,     I,cadi I
Kiibi. ihauce Waied lln  wand
Linhicti. MJUtllAU
A incciing ol tue i.idc.ai ....
..eieiduull win Ue iie.d iU .u...
nan u.ci tile ll. C. Meat Aaui-
kcI uu iliday cvuiaiig eue iatOl
Ulst.,    ai cl^ut    o ciuck,     wbed
UUSlUlSS      Ul     gical     i.l.poi taall   i
wiil be uuder cuusidcialiou.
HI blMStm.   I.Ul-Al.h
VOI    mm i.ii  \i-;i
l.Alalli.N Js IIA.NyUliX
A   bancpicl   will bc given uu
dei ibe auspices oi iiic frank)
aiiaui i.ayuicu s committee a.
oi.   .luuiew s  cbuicii    m   uie
noi dcUieUiai bail uu die cicU
nig  ui   ncuuisuaj,  .ijui, .,.,.,
ac   , .jU    o eiuvk.    Jl  suuu I —
£iaiU   1|   lKllim   ailallifceu.
.■.ii...    li,.lll.lC    rtceci ...a.
Allan   l.uigli,   cue  lucai    base
nan  ITUSt,    wllu bas  imu  n;
.Ug  uul    Wiib   lUe ttsaVeil   ila.
ei^jjaUcUd) made guud onu a	
a ui) lew Uiuie )c«us auu.u ..
ms age Will iu ail piuoau...
culiic uui as a siai iu uUc ui uie
uagucs and puasiuiy mill un
nea.ers. akianagel mown i*
statid lu bale   lieeU ipnu pie a ■
ed  Willi   lhc   lUJIIilel    111   Wll.eU  la<
a oninn led biinscll witli tin
glove bebiud the ba., and in
* *i . ipicilec decided iu seciin
lum ior auoiher „at>ua. .Uui
aeecpuug liim he laiiind bun
uut iu one ol lhe stale leagues
in Washington in the luwu ui
ii.i_* ...uud, and alici ibis season Will lie given a piace uU >He
Beavers,   .m.  l.oigu is a biu
ibd ui hn. H, v. juucd ui
l.uUsdaie.
li.b. oi   , .   i,,,l
, piano, hell make,
liso gets,   t^    i, ,
.    0. Hox u,,  Nortk
ur.
i     \\ allied  b\   lh,     .   hi
I
district ton    i-m
 'I'ply   to il...
i.m  An
'     IfOl     Mlll-,1)    \ 1, l
UCKUbtsE
lilt   lllieUllg   ol   the   local    l,i
crosse ntknnnnta wkkk  wi
held last cielliug w a .   idjuuiliiu
to Wedncsda)   evenm| wken n
will be held in the uiug sion
ol 1'. b. I Iini.ni. ai UM COI III I
ol  Sill  sine I   .illll  Uiaidall All
Ail   la.au-.se   playcis   Sttd
Others ,.i,*;* * * il  in  the    Iiniii
..   united Hi In
pii si ul    aiul    lulp    ilu      game
along. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
lh.-
KAiNIMf
ITSHtN
P-.'TTS THE
PLACE"
K. Ili'iiimi,     (iliu stldle
11.
Ratepayers' Assn.
harbor
md!
lite
.11 la<
H
1    M  --.li.tt   sill)    Uill.,tic    I
•   lt-.uk mi'i Km PtkliitTs
nu hi nil it» '""in lien
iiiiiun
III   I'HII-
I'n i ■'!■■ I rm i      Cu mi I storage,
173 THIRD STREET, W.
'I III  "111 (- ia*v n | |*l ill.
Bill Dill*
iiii(l CJNflHCIORS
Mean j'lt") Bins., il I
Dominion 11 usl Block and
115 Li'ibclalc Ave., North
\ am iim i, an- prepared to
gnr piicei (nr any class ol
building in anv district, Good
.unl ii-l.alile iinik at a tcason-
alilc figure.
NOW
i* in. imu
iniii it
rlllil    e.
' I
••I I ll    I lllll
ti i minuend
\  n   inin
I IMI
MJLPI1UR
SOIMiON
Which
[on ii •
I'inl
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lll-fS    I "lllllll llll
ALL KiNds of
fertilizer*
FORLaw/NM-DCARD H
TIIK KKEIIMEI
1.1.1 IH i■-.. I.lil.
I Ollsd.l
\
I
The   Norih \ .iikouver   kale-1
pavers' Assmi.ition met in thei —
city liall lasl   evening and   was]
Well   attended  liv  the members ]=
who evidenced greal enlhuiituin
in the-   ilillelenl  subjects which
i.nne up nn discussion.
The   initial   Imsiness    nl   the
evening was the appointment ol
a treasurer, Alter several lu-
tile at tempts, caused In  the in
abilil) ol the several nominees
iu inui the time necessan lot
this office, Ur. G. C. Walket
ims iinaniiiiuii lv appointed
Several  notices   ol   motion
given ai last meeting were read
In the president and were dealt
eeilli  ill  ordei   ,is follow s
Motion li\ w   1)   Reeves snd
K   I)   Kochussen  that ii was
advisable   to delete the   clause
ni tin* constitution prohibiting
the Mayor and Ai.l rmen Inun
lieing eligible lur membership ol
lhc association ami supplement
n wnh one iQording lhat pri
vilege lo lhc civic repreecnta
lives.
\li A 1-', I tie km,i\ and nth
eis voiced iheir opinions in sup
port nl lln- resolution   and   the
argument  against was led bj
,\li l.. C. Walker who considered matters should stand as the)
vote,
An amendment was moved bj
A   1'..  Mailtagllloll, seconded b)
\\, Knowles thai iln- Hayor
and eivie officials be eligible lot
membership^ bnt not as members ol the executive.
lhe amendment was carried
with   an    almost   unanimous
VOlll
Motion number two iiiniid h)
tt.  Knowles   and seconded   liy
ll Hutchison, that iln- association recommend to lhe city
council iin advisability ol eni
ting a building Inlaw (or lire
protection and the general benefits thai  wuuld accrue to    the
(in in ilns connection with a
pn.pi i supervision of the buildings (reeled was passeel utialll-
niiiiish  williout discussion*
Untiiiti number three was the
ipiestinii iii the meatin| and a
general    discussion   in    which
Ileal li i un olle present look
part, w.is indulged in. Among
iln speakers in invar of the n-
si.iiiiiiiii   was the   mover snd
see iilldll,    Mr.   R.   I).   Koclltlssoll
anil Mr 1) i'i. Dick respectively, \\ in puce, tt. Knowles
aiid againsl a change,   and  In
enjoying   similar
commercial advantagei as
Terminal City.
\|r.   a    I     l riikiuay   spoke
(Continued  o« page
■ District if Xorlh Vancouvrr
The  Disliiel    Council    desires
tenders lor carrying out the lol
lowing work ;
i. Clearing and grading Vrc-
ileriek Koad Innn Centre Roatl
to I'Tiiinlue Koad, nlmut i,v*n
leel,  Alld
:. Clearing and grading lu:
.ni acre adjoining Lynn Valid
Sihool, And
j, Clearing aiid grading
alioul I'i chains ol road iii
West Capilano.
I'.n I nul.ns aliil speeilicatinlls
can be had at the District Mu
nu ipal nlliee where sealed Ten
dels   willi   deposits   must   be
lodged    before   *.oo p.m.   on
Thursday, the .'ist inst.
ai,i<:.\. l'Mi.ir, c.M.c
We have a House and Lot on 17th Street.   A Good Buy.
We have a cleared Lot on 4th Street for $3100, Good Terms.
We have some good buys in 273.
We have Lots in all parts of the City.
BISSELL, BROWN & SNYDER
64 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
011 ICE:—2b I Hastings St. L, near tmpress  Iheatre
M*\l\
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• v *••••'*••••*•*• •***••••*•.>"»••**••• •*•*!•
All kindi ol
Lumber
Mouldings
Sash and
Doors, Etc.
Verj i In sp
mi itinera
it.
EARLY
ROSE
POTATOES
AT A SNAP
Order nt once, as supply
is limited. Price while they
last
$1.2 5 per Sack
C. R. HICKMAN
droi it and Butcher
l'lione 40
111 1.uas,Uli   Avenue
fill' LONSDALE PII.1PUAC)
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
41   VANCOUVER   PRICES   . . .
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE
NEX1
VS A   TRIAL
ORDER,
ON   YOUR
PHONE Hi
l\ s.
THOMAS. Thin, li
DRUGGIST
Gmpbell Realty & Investment Co.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS. INSURANCE
mill Vmii-i.tiver an<l VettMNM
t'ily mnl Siil'iirl'iin Pm|ii-rlv.
AifMaff ■"iit'-l'i-ii-i"'"-
bantu niaiiiiRi.l, Kintu eulleetld
llii.iiii.|i« I'limiri'i
Agn-t-mnatj nl Sul,.. .|i.r..iinii*.|
loot ol Lonsdale Ave, Notlh Vancouvei, B. C.
rELEFHONB B9. P. 0. UOX 141
MILL
E
Phone h
AND
planide
,   Nortli
nil II
1-...-I
N.i in >i
I. (). ()    P
support ul    ilu-   pn-M-iu   11 .mu
Nuiih \'.iiiniiivi-r being ni.iin-!—~
i-il   inn- K.i.h   Walden,   A    lv I
Crickmay, llr. ivlloik,   A    B.
Httcllaghton,   T. 0, Mills .unl
i,,,,[   Catci '   Nuiih Vancouver Lodge,   No
Argmncni In favor oi 1 Ki ,mi'ls tnty Thnrndaj even-
change m.is in eflect ; Under n inj;, corner Lonsdale avenue ami
isiin-  conditions  North   Van  KiiMt Itreet, at I o'clock, Visit-
"l,u" l,,K 'h-'1 I      -tit \„rinf |)U.,|n,n ,„r.iiallv Invited lo
PROVINCIAL ELECTION ACT
Richmond Electoial District
TAKE NOTICK THAT 1 ha\c received objections In writing lo the tetention ol tin iui
l.iwnij; nanus on lhe Register ol Voters lol the Kicliimiliil Klcilor.il   District  on   the ground-.
sii opposite each naim .
ANI) TAKE NOTICE thai at a Court ol Revision lu In- held on llie .'ml dn) ol Ma),
I'liu, al llu- City llall, Noilh Vancouver, li. C, at Un o'clock in Uie loreiiooii, 1 shall hear
ami determine ilu mid objections, nnd unless ihe persons objected io, or some other pravtn*
ci.U voter or voters on linn behall s.illsl) 1111  lhat tlie   sai'l  objections aie mil well luiiude-i,
1 shall strike the names oil the saiil Register.
Dated tins 7U1 day oi April, iyio.
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
Kcgisir.ii nl Voters ior Richmond l-.lnii.ial District.
	
J. H. BUSKINS
Cor. Jrd Sl. A I <msil.il,1
....1... i\  \ 1,1....11
HORSF.SMOEING ind
General B!.icksiiiiiliinu
* *   .i" 11 1
•iiih 1. ■*. .11 *•    ■•••    tlm nr*
•la alia, llllll'.
mi «..ii leeiaaltnl     l*r..n.|.t
ill. 11I1..11    Iiiii- lm- a Uiai.
establish  ,1 degree ol Independence nl lis ii-\n allil seek lu get
ii'iin umler the slimline ui Van
couver.      Also   the   difficulties
and lllioliieliielices lll.il arise
111    lhe   111,liter ul    the    mails
iiliiili according to  minimum
1,ises   iiiiii,    letters ami   mail
mallei wen continually being
delayed in iranamiaaiaa as 1 n*
suli oi tin* Ideatit) oi Vancou
HI.     West     V.llllollVel,     Solltll
Vancouvei and Vanconver,
w.ish , .unl according t" Mi
links cersioti nl tin 1,iiui,
North Vancouvei «as mon to
have railwa) connections and il
«1111I1I 1.1 a i.n tm ut greal tai
i**i.1. tion to advertim ilu- 1 il ]
mi'li 1 some ilistttii live name Ul
tin    1 miniih ■ ot  tin* uolhl   as
attend.    J. Kelly,
Kenneth,   kec.-sec.
ling, Fin.-sec.
N.O.; A. T.
.1. II. l'il-
Reg.  Nu.
N aliie
Address ami Occupation
r.iound oi (ibji>imu
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
la.M.llTKII  nv
TIIK .illsst.s MWHOS
(Yrl,l'|.- *■■•—■ *il'.'l* i*.  Mfilil-nl nnl
\|   I   a  MM \|ir»' *■
Niirii* Sent Out on »pplic»t,oii
l.iu..
Ulli •
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■iall.ll
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I'HONF. no
North Vancouver
Woodward
\\, -uppli SI0MW00I) am
length required S2.75. |-rr load.
I'i"inpt 'IiIimiv.
10 I'.U. Box
TENDERS
i'h
nin
ii.
lioiini oi' Trade
Nuiih Vincouver Hoard ol
Trade meeti the third Tur.«dai
-I each month, at 8 o'clock p.
in , in Ihr board room, Citj
llall.   Executive menu thr Rm
1  IU      a:    1 fl!    fl     ll     'H'llltll \\ I
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Tenders will be received by the
undersigned up io 12 o'clock noon
on Wednesday, the 20th inst., for
the slashing and burning of 23
acres oi land in the city of North
Vancouver. Full particulars upon
application. Lowest or any tender
not necessarily accepted.
mn mi
Abercroinbie, KUouil  l.ulu Island I-ariii l.aboui   Absent   iiom liislnel
Adam, Wilfred    Mugix- Kd., l'oint t'.iei, I,abuiu Vbseut  liom insiiict
Adams, William    Terra Nova, I'arnier   V-jsint   Irom liisttni
Allison, .lames  Dnislnore Island, l-ishciinaii    Absent   Irom Inslint
Amp, -lolin    Sea Island, laiin l.aboiei   Absent   Irom Inslriet.
Heer, .lames    SleMslou, Customs (Illicit      Dead.
llurrell, Helllj    S»ea lsluud, bridge Careiukcr Abseut liom  Dintrkt,
Burton,  William   Steveston, Minister  Absent  Irom District.
Aib  Carliiriglu, Ceo. Allien .111. ,i.\ bub. 151 and 153, Or. 1
Carpenter    Absent  Irom Diatrict
Cold, lvli Georgi   Sea Island, Kburne, I- .n in. 1  Absent ft uill lJlslliil.
Coone), .Iannis  Sea Island, l-.btiiiie, laiinii    Absent   Irom Dislriel.
Dal/ici, AniliiM  l.uiu Island, Farmei  Absent liom   Diatrict.
DieUI, Albeit William    MiM.sloii,    Haku     Absent   Irom liistnci
Dirar, William  Uburnc,   l-islieimaii    Absent  Irom Ilistnct.
i*,l   Dingwall, KuUit  M.       Sea Island, l-'iamei  Absent  Irom Iiimi ut
/i'l   Diillamel, Chaihs       uildio, bouill Voucoiiiu,
I'lslieiiuaii  Abseni liom District.
Elliott, K. Emnt        ...Cettral Park, Labour   Absent  liom District.
l'ebres, Charles . Sleuslou,   Merchant  Absent   liom Districi.
C.airun, Samuel      . b«n Island, Farmer Absent liom   Districi.
C.ia), .lohn IfooN Hov\ni Island, l-.n-;iiiiii       Absent  Irom District.
Urines, l-onsi Trntman Eburne, Stomlawnai  Absent irom Distnci.
lleylalldl, Oscar tWm_i I
Hewich    ind Ave. islevmtou, llaibur    Dead.
Ilu-;-;, George Kuldle       Itovien Island,  l-atiiici  Absent Irom Di.liici.
Home, Thomas Vincent   Gibson's Landing, Loggi-i    Absent Irom Districi.
Keeling, Thomas John   .Anvil Island, l*.nnui              Absent iroiii DiMricl.
King, George  Howcii Island, llu , Laborer    Absent liuin   Distiic'.
Laing, Thomas  Lot II,  D.  5,    N.K. ;, N,   s.
\ ancouver, Fanner  Absent Irom Distnci.
Laiieville, Dulplus      Lulu Island, Farmer   Absent Irom Diet!Hi,
Leonard, George    Sleveston,   Shoemaker    Absent liom Distnci.
MaUhewaon, l'eter ..     Bborm, tulu Islsnd, Fisherman Absent irom District.
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Robert II Tyson Rd., llillcicsl, l-.ngi.ieer Absent  from Duiiiu.
from DiaUici.
Irom Dislin 1
Irom Distm 1
lium Disti iei
ironi Dillrkl,
liom District
■Ml Seymour Mm f
Miln
Moore,   William   John ...Uowen Island, Aliner   Absent
Morrison, AJunndst  Stivestou, Contractor    Absent
McKay, Godlrey    Steveston, Farmer    \l>smt
MeLeod, Roderick Sea Islam!, laiin Laluuer   Absiiit
McMyn, John  Sea Island, Farmer Absent
Norris, Kric Onu   .Sea Island, Kburne, Gioicr Absent
2106  l'ark, William Janics McMillans Ranch, Farmer  Absent  Irom District
2153   Pciison, William S    Sea Island, Farmer  Absent  from District
JJ83   Re)nolds, Norman A.      Lulu Island, Laborer  Absent  Iroiu District
1364   Rowan, Duncan  Terra Nova, Caniierymuii  Absent  ircm Districi.
I433   Shaw, Ambrose*      il.il'..e- Kd., l'oint Gre), Winder Absent  irom Districi,
>3t*3   Smithson, llerlurt  Su-vestuii, I'iiigineer Absent Irom  Distriit.
175'i   Toinpseti, Bdwin Waliei Point Grey, Soiitli   Vancouvei,   .
Laborer' Absent  irom Distri. 1
,.,   Will, William  Atme Isld., Fisherman        Abseni  from Diatrict,
,      Wilson, Edward Dinsmore Isld., Fisherman  Absent  from District
,aiaa,   Withe), l'eter          l.ulu ULuid, latum     Absent   li  Districi THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
—N t*tffttittiitttttnt>i<»»«»netneti*nn»n»>«t«»»tinn
?
1910 Styles
Spring and Summer
Clothing
Mammoth Stock Being Sacrificed Our Store Must be Cleared Inside of 30 Days
You have an advantage in visiting our store during the early days of this great
clearing out sale, since it is then that you may yet expect to have before you a wider
range of bargains and a greater variety to choose from.
There was a great rush on Saturday, however, our extra staff of experienced
salesmen were able to attend to every person with the greatest degree of expediency.
Bear in mind that our stock consists only of new spring and fall 1910 styles
and that every garment in our store is being sold out at less than cost price.
It will pay you to buy your fall suits now and put them away, since you will
not be asked more than half of the regular price during the sale.
We
Guarantee
A Fit
OUR SYSTEM OF PITTING AND UP-TO-DATE ANI) THOROUGHLY COMPETENT TAILORING DEPARTMENT ENABLES IS TO ABSOLUTELY KIT STOUT ANI) SLIM, TALL AND
SIIOKT riGURES, STOOPED ANI) DROOPING SHOULDERS, OR ANV COMBINATION THEREOF, JUST AS WELL AS COULD A CUSTOM TAILOR.
ALL CHANGES ANI) ALTERATIONS WILL BK EFFECTED SPEEDILY. WHEN YOl OR-
UI'.R A SUIT IN THE MORNING YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN THAT YOU WILL RE
CEIVB    IT   THE SAME     EVENING.     NO   CHARGE WILL BE MADE FOR ALTERATIONS
POSITIVELY NO GOODS EXCHANGED.
EVERY SALE MUST BE FOR CASH
MEN'S NAVY BLUE Sl ITS
Our extensile stock ol  n|io mens' and youths'
suits, single and double breasted, navv blue, serge
ami wonted, from cloth made in Bant of England
mills ; guaranteed lasl color : lined throughout
uilli lini-st Fanner's satin; three buttons; medium length lapels ; one of the naltiest alld neatest
suits mt the market It is ,i line tlmt sells regttl-
.irh ,a all up-to-date clothing houses at Sn per
suit.   Our Clearing Out Sale price, per suit I14.7J
TWEED sill's
Single anil Double Hre.isleil Tiveeil Suits .Metis'
.mil \oiitlis' ; lighl greys, browns, green and dark
mixture*; ihe cloth in every suit Imported direct
limn nulls iu England, The workmanship is superior, slvle Up-to-date. A line which sells regn
tarty .11 Ml.OO   Our Clearing Out Sale I'riee f 13.33
First Duality Tweed Suits-In cloths direct
Iiinn English mills; fines! of trimmings ; single
ami doubl-.-   breasted :   light  .uul dark   mixtures ;
men's .nnl youths',  Selling regularly ut J31.50, To
be cleared out at    .*--*75
WATERPROOF CLOTHING
Our extensive slink of imported fawn twill,
single ntnl doiible-lireasted waterproofs to be sacrificed This is truly a superior line ; exceptionally
light weights; ventilated under llu- anus. A roal
thai loti 1,111 Wear nt all seasons No olle call ,il
lord to be without ft waterproof whell ue are selling out our entire stock ,ii practically the cost ol
llu* material at lhe mill Ue are selling llu* regular lis line (or     fK.75
CRAVENBTTE8
Priestley's Famous Patent—None W-ttcr. In
grey and faun, light and heavy weights, .single and
double breasted, skeleton lined. Regular selling
price S25.   Our clearing out sale price  $17,jo
MEN'S AND YOUTHS' OVERCOATS
Our entire stock of Imported 1910 Spring   and
Fall Overcoats— Extra long overcoats,   iu grey and
black vicuna ; silk   lined throughout ; silk lapels
mil   skirt ;   single   breasted ;   Ily front.     Regular
S|o.oo overcoats, to be cleared oil at  JJ3.75
line mid Hlack Vicuna Overcoats—Serge lined,
ui\ serviceable article, silk laced, fly iront, (uli
skirl, all sizes. Regular selling price S30. Our
sale price       >iy.;$
TOPPER COATS
III Browt, Black and Grey—Box cloth ami beaver cloth ; very best twill linings. Something that
will wear well. Fill range of sizes. Sells icgulai-
ly at J25.   Our sale price $15.25
ODD PANTS (Youths and Men)
In Blue and Hlack Worsteds and Cheviots-
Light and medium weights ; superior quality malt-rial ; finest workmanship ; absolutely guaranteed
lo lil any fig n 11
Regular Sio.ui line (or     Ij Jf,
Regul.ir fS.OO lim   lor    .     *
Reglll.ll   Sh.oo line for  I4.75
Regular < 1 iki line lor S: ;.s
KNICKKR BOCK ERS
In Nortk ol England Tweeds and llomespuns-
Y.iiiclv ol shades and patterns lo choose Irom.
Absolutely n stock, ol tin* latest styles. Kvery
pair guaranteed lo fit. Regular price ib. Selling
during our big clearing oul sale for  fj.73
RIDING BREECHES
Bedford Cords, Whip Cords, Ducks and Khaki-
All shades and weights ; buckskin straps ; lace and
button knees Regular |I] lo S18 line, selling out
at  19-75
CHESTER FIELDS
In Black and Grey Vicuna—Fly Iront. Well
Iriiuiiied, very serviceable Regular selling price
5 s.S-   Our sale price  $22.50
STORE TO RENT
We will In  pleased lo icicivc applications   loi
lllc renting ol litis store,  l.l.S Hastings   strut west,
which will In vacant in thirty davs from   lod.n
For full partii 11 lars and rental, apply on prumses
Men'** Attire
for
Morse Show
If you are going t.i ihe Horse Show this week
and you reipiire a new frock coal and vest or a pair
ol worsted trousers, mil will find that if yon take
the time to inspect mir extensive stock, we can sup
ply von at once, ,ii pines hitherto unheard ol in
Vancouver.
The correct attire lm lln- afternoon is a frock
coat We have on sale a very wide range ol Irock
COatS and vests; also all-wool worsted trousers,
I'lln pattens j a line iinci|*ualled on the const. We
absolnielv guarantee ,1 fit for tall or stout iigiitis
Frock Coats and Vests—Vicuna and Llama
eloth ; New York style ; the verv best ol trim
tilings throilglioui , superior workmanship Regular
price S|.s.   Our selling nut, price    $2.s.
All-wool Worsted Trouseis To woot with Irock
1 oal and vest , petlut lit guaranteed Regular Jr>
line, for      $47S
Regular Ji'jno line (or    J6.50
Dnss Suits* In vicuna .ind Llama doth ; lor
evening wear al lhe llorsi Show or olher (uncOiii*.
silk lined; silk faced. Regular Sis suit on
sale at  H4.90
Regular f4J suit on sale at  .\12*5"
Tuxedos, in Three Pines or Jacket Onlv—In
this line we have OM of the mn-t extensive and ex-
ilnsive stocks evei Imported Into lhe western coiin-
irv    All si/es, 111 l.l.itna .loth and vii una. Regular
ttt luu- lor .. ...  $24."5
Regular St" line for   ...$29.75
Jackets onlv   i^^^^H io
sou
The Thomas Foster Clothinti Sale
335 NAMING*  STRICT WEST
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i THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
IH1C   EXPRESS
Nokiii   \ i\i oi VI i
B. C
'ublitlu 'I I uesdsyi snd Fridays by
North ShoM I'm ss, Limuku
kaii:- ue si iiscmiTiiis
Une year, fl.Qu Sliinonthi M Ihnt months, ths,
1'niiaai ittm iiiiii Foreign, II.N per yur
AiImtImiii;  Knli'is «ill  bt qUottd nn ii|>pliritinn.
Llll Gxpnai il devutud In llie InlnTHtl "I thr nurtli BhiiN ol Hiirniril Inlei
ixi'liisiM'lv. Il collititUIN hii ii'lv'Tlii-ii.*- iiii'iliiini a.f IXCeptioDll llllll' fnr
riMililn*.' iii a ll l||ll .nnl ilf.i Iim* IlllllUtr tllc-  |.i|*lllllll"ll ul Nurlli  VaiiCullvi-r
t'nv nml lllatriel,   Kverjr ilWlii Bitdt logl**l livi nisiii tin- went Mtlalsolorj
i r\ lot.
All .'lum*;.**. 111 tract ii'lu-rii.i iin'iilH llioukl In* iii Uia printers' liamli imt
liter tlnn Inn in   M lo  nml *i |>.ii.
Iiillnll Ulf la*.III'.
Wnllli-.1,1- Iii I'liMin*  illMatjOtl  ill tin*
Ni ik i h \ i\aai!\ia.   tJ i
INDIAN RESERVES
riha.i upon mIioiii urigiuall)
devolved the locating ol lhe \a
nous tracts oi land si i aside as
Indian reserves in British d,.
tiiubiu doubtless exercised 'hnr
Ust  judgment with respect lo
llie matin   ami theli  is n a :■.,,
sun lo believe iiiui any iiiou-
Jildlclons selecllyUs coliici liaic
beeu in,uii at lllal lime Ul >uia
ul   lllc  ai lll.il cullclltl"li. \a.ikli
then existed. Al the same lime
ll musl be udmil li'il lli.il sii j
sci-UclU deVelupluilils 111 lile
glow III ol lllc pluuiiie have
rendered tliusc locuuous \c i_\
uni'ij luuale iu m.ui} .n.t.iiKi.,
ami n is reasonable lo si
uiai as development proceeds a
like st.iii oi allairs aui Is nulled uuh respect tu
main ollui similar Hails ul
laUid. ii is scarcely ne*
uss.ni       iu      enter     upon
.Uiy iliuiuclalluli ul the i.as^u.,
lllll    llic   i'lc scllcc   ul   all   Ill'll.ill
iisuii in tlu midst ul oi iwn
Contiguous lu .1 large centre ul
ninii population is luiil io be
uiiiicsi!.iiui iiiiiii Un* standpoint
ui lan and order, commercial
and  industrial  interests, uioi
.iiiii, saUiitatiuu, pnblli ll. a.l.l,
iu      1 lusi   ii asulis ale  su p.,.
pabli    llial   llu    last    i noi..i..
siliciideiit    that   ll   is   iiitn
liu inal lu Ule In st  niliii   is   ol
llie   iilllle   pupil, ai loll an
Indians   alike   tlial  smli cuUill
iimis ihould be alluiud   to ub
tain.
Ill   lliuii   insl.iiuis   Imu 11el,
III nlllill   sulllc    salli    aud clici
UVl    iilllcd)    lias   bcili   souglu
lul Un li.iiiiuul Mlu.uii'ii i na
ed by Uns ueana, u has proven
liupovil'li tu allin al .my .-.o-
lulioli   ul   Uic   dllliiuity      llu
uiy  oi  Victoria- iui nliistta-
1100,  lias been pUMslitin)    ui
in aim mg lui upwards ol iwen
i) yann iu piocuu rclid ironi
Uie deluiiic-uul cuudllioii
istuig because ol the prcacnu Oi
a lalgi ludidli lesilie located    iu    ..in    ul    tin
pullloll:.       ol       lllc       ill)
aii.i, ian uiiul- Miilimit avail
aim    lUllilillulls   ixlsl    III
ollui .uns .id Vancuuver and »bich ban actual) Irannpiriu
North Vawonvei     Is is guilt   with rvspncl iu Un alienation
niibut tlniiioii, Uiai iimi   i   ..I Indian lands, ll la eatrriui-ii
glial in eel lul  lhc lliaugui.uioii   ililbuilt lol the au i age liilii<l I"
,al alllL        |UyK        tlcXlllll I lOllll III      ,lll)        '  • ' 111   111S1 011 Olllll
arith  uspui io tbi alienaiiou ib,ui —at Ijkcn is no real duii
ol   Indian lescrves,   ulnii  such   cull)  iu the wav, but lllal Un ,
is   diliiandicl   b)   I lMlliiMaUccs   uld   UUXUII   ls lule ot pcellll.U
Aran nun, uini
mg lo do, so iar as our present
purpose is concerned    There is
olle s,lllllll  lm t \l llic ll lias l.ei
,\ .I'linitied in that controversy
upon all siib s, alld tliat l.ul is
ipute sufficient  for esl.iblislung
tin position laken above, No
one iliouglu oi denying lhat bt.
Peter's   rescue   bad   actttall)
been  alienated,  lur tin- simple
reason tliat it was a plain lacl.
lln  ipusUoIl which presses   li
sell bullie upuU the llllllll ul lllc
aui.igc citizen nliu is conversant Willi lhe cuiidlllulis relerred  lo wiib respect iu inditcu
reserve* in and abuul ellies ls
llus, ll It is lound su CU) tu
alienate   Indian   rcscives   Hum
Un government ami lium ibe
uiilluiis in la\ui ul puvale luin-
I'.iiiies, uli) iu tlie name ol   .111
ihat is reasonable is it unpos-
sllile lu alleuale these reserves
•then such aillun is pusiu-, li
ileiiiaiiclcil in Uu- iH'llarc ul lhc
ludiann themselves and ul laige
,. Hires ol population through
UUI    lllc   HullllUluU .'     Ill lll.ltlli
UtatlCS  we  wile   lailglil   lu    ac-
upi  il as aMuinalic  Uiat "the
wiioie is greater tluu its pari,
in.i it appears ibai uuder cun
siiiiuiuii.il government nre must
reverse this unassailable m.i |
iinin.niial lact .md believe that
a uw Individuals .uc greaiei
lhan Uu- people as such, iui ibi
reason lhat in Uns matter ends
can be accomplished ia the Inte
rests   ul all  lliliiulissilll.il   p.u.
Lonsdale Avenue
two four-roomed modem honsea on double loi; fenecd uud
improved. I'riee only |4200. Terms to mil. Thii is
really a genuine bargwn,
Close in Property
on Lonsdale, Esplanade, Kirst, Second and Third Streets.
We specialise in close in property and il vmi wish to
buy ursi'll this clans oi properly, il will pay you to call,
writf ur phone to ns,
ELDER MURRAY CO.
Thi   Sherwin-Williams   Paintt   Ceter  the    Earth
__(!■ *
' Sortl
tlllira
Hours » a.m. to MO |un.   Optn Etrulsfi hy S|
Alter nttii-e hour*, nhonc Llll
piinti.* anj v.iuiumr
uilm.*nl
crystallizing into statutory
innn that whkh bas already
been performed in fuel. The conditions upon which cilv or districi municipalities could possess themselves ol Indian lauds
within or contiguous to their
borders, together with the method iif procedure in stub cases,
should be clearly defined. The
Indian population should bt
adequately protected irom tt)
injustice and if the Indians have
added any value lo the lands
while in tlieir possessiuii, tlieir
rights therein should be lully
protected, Tite ambiguities
and Inconsistencies with which
this problem is at present beset
should be promptly   removed
ami the opportunity and privilege which has ali'eadc Ik-c-u
extended to small sections  ol
the people, should be made
available lo the people as a
whole upon | basis eiptltable
and (air lu all.
Builder* and
Contractor*
P. LARSON is  prepared to
supply
I inu, Brick,
N.iii.i, Cement
And all kui'l* ni' Building
Mau-rial in i|iiantitles to suit
ami at rensoiiulile prices.
—AITI.Y—
Call and see oui list ol
City Property
and
Acreage
Double Corner on the
Boulevard, $3000
One-third  rash,   bal. arranged
D.L. 265,2 lots,
$1200 each,
Easy terms.
Lonsdale
Brokerage Co.
W. Trcnwjne
16 Lonsdale Ave
Phone 186
North Vancouver,     B.G
OWI!
TIME to Paint.
Make your buildings bright ind clean
this Spring. We have
the best and most economical painl for you
to use.
SHEItWIIht/lllLLim
PHIHT, PRtPARED,
' the paint that
spreads farthest,
wears longest,
i looks best.  Made
: of purest materials.
A record oi forty
years of good paint
making Dehhd it.
I Sherwin-Williams
X        P a i si r o   ww m L/>RGEST Sit£ 0F
fA I It T 0     M-   PtIHTS IH  THE W1RL0
Sole Agents for
North Vancouver
Paine  <& McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
11 i 11tttttttt
Tht    Sheratn-W illiamt   Paints    Cetir   thi    Earth
ol lllc people which lie ale low   ,,om. SOrTH VANCOUVER
laliliul In- accomplished tosilic
the loliilliull Mill.uc ul lllc I'ill'
TBI.SI'HONK No. "..
In  ,il laU^e.
Willi respect iu Hnii-di Col-
uu,iila, ul course tllc i-Ucslli'il ol
ni.tMutiaii Mollis lo the lalul
win li l Ui ^   ci IM lu In  used   .in
inui.ui reserves, which is claim
i-il li\ llie proViBCI enters lllln
lln   i|iliiallijll,  lull lelelcUce   llii-.
uiuy iu be made to lhe ulieiu
nmi ui llic Indian lands ,u
I'liiiu kuiiiit, tu unin in es
lalilisli tlic lad thai SpOO OCCS
uoa, the pruiiucwl (ovcmmiDi
can Imd a tea)   tu Mane il.iili.   ■
iu ilus regard, in ordei lka< —t  „ „ ., ,
-lUrpoW     may    bs    siiuissliiili
iiill   llllllll.lied.
Ill uui ul all lln  ">i H" -
Nelson
Manufacturing Co.
K8PI AN IDK, Ki.i  -1
\,    I        l.l   Mill  II    I   al   '|   M | 1.1
AWNINGS
TENTS
SAILS
N. NELSON. Proprietjr
nluiii miild nui In foreseen  al
till     tllllc     al   llllllll    I Ilia'i       li
N-rves inn lucali-d, Lut which,
in\uthehs*. iiiiilii unbearable
tin ihought ihat ' linling  ioa
.liii..ii. musl u |.ii|iiiii..iul iu i\,,i*tii  Vancouvei ihould  havel
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIPBUILDERS,
ENGINEERS &
Boilermakers. ,
Mirine  end SutioDuy En*
line and Boih rWorkprasapt*
IV   I'M l lltlll.
felephoni  mj
North Vancouver
Sixteenth Street
Detain I-1 ekJS,D.L M;ill
rl'trnl.    I'rii-i* I7UU.    Ti-rni.,
HM ttmOi, lml. I., !>, nml II*
tiiniitli--
Seventeenth
Street
lldu in Hock», I- i  Ki
.ill rkarsd. Prkt IW. Ti-rm.
fitmi i-.i-li. lml   ii, l'J lii'l II
lllllllll'-.
One Lot on Keith
Road Car Line
thtttt,   tttWttttttmmO,tm\.
'.un.l l'i im nlli..
50x157 feet.
Cl.-ari-.!  mul |ir».li*il   l..t mi
ll,.illi*nir.l.  lut a in alalia.inly
,i |SM |M ash, bil. I nml
17 in.uilli. »i I |»*r i'inl.
Chas. Ee Lawson t Co.
i, I -in.iii-i.Kii '  i- i i« "N
Real Estate Specialists     15 Lonsdale Ave PtmaeTo
Pianos& Organs
Tuned and Ropaired
Chsrgtt Moderate
Salitlsction Guaianttid
WILLIAM LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER * REPAIRER
"Pegwell   1 (ili -1 . w Foi
I' t   m iii  11 |.ii'ii*|'i tilt n
linn
SEE US FOR
SASH  DOORS  MOULDINGS  BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS.  ETC, ETC
BURRARD SASH & DOOR lACfOKV loot of St. George
».* ..Ii.il ai trnil lml 1111 innr tirili-r..iiialmr Imtii-
Wi luii- Insl ii"seed a Isrpsssofleiswl ol snail stock sad lnvc-
J  ll'llipll ll- M Ii'l Ill'll III
VIOLINS GRAMOPHONES
CELLOS DIM  RECORDS
CORNETS ACCORDIONS
ll ins MOUTH ORGANS
STRINGS MUSIC STANDS
BOWS MI'Mt  1 VSES
in ll<
AT PKIUKM WHICH c.WMii l.K III ITW
North Vancouver Piano Co. & School of Music
.\ildiev--441 Lonidale Avenur Plume 114
lorce .md iiiui    where there's
,1 will tint 1 's .1 araj "
lu tin   ui.   i.i tk [acts ad- VOUR SPRING
,lii,,,i 11 appeal   litth iborl ol DBCORATIMG
lldliiiluils    lli.it     tin    itl\     "I
tn
••iHrt'.l  inliy
ilciiiniili in tin-** regard
A ..iii.ii   "i    iln
in.Hunt 1,1  iiliiili tins  matter
milks mil  ;n dllluilii  in I nn' -
a     inking   ,iimiii.ih  iu
ihe   practical phase ol tin- ifMitr-
Hull     Hns .allele bee bill
i 1,\   111,111  iiicurielii. I   I'M
the Iiiiiii   ill  the  Houm  '.I    mn
.ii Ottawa, where a Ihei
Mun has Ineli in   pi
relative to the alii-nati"ii nl bt
Petei s Indian leeervi al   bal
Kii.. Manitubii      Uuh lhi .11
■ inu-     ulna ii    pro' oked
ih.it ..   in  li.i\i  .mil,
lllll   IMV
sii.ri nine       Win imt i nui and
■ i*|i it    in.i     wall
lUllllll.ll      UIU .111      I'       a.|1| l Hit
prolonged   aiul  vexatious llego-,
tiattiiis iiii the imi|"i-,'■ nl 0I1-
lainui^ eieli su 11111.11 as tlie ne-
ic-ssaiv land to alloU ol ths
projciliuii nl uii' ul llu dt)
slreeis through lb lm al Indian
us, I.. Surcli il is tune tliat I
steps in 11 lakin to rescue ilns
important issm Irom its prea
c-nl    .iiiuliialiiir,      tall    and    1"
plan   li    ul".II a   li.i as ol   miu ,
ninii i-quiij im .ii. parties,
1   s -Stoney ®. Co.
A liisuriK msnnerl And
early chooiiu| sieans inmrinos
h-jjih-i ditappointinenl.
I ui* NEW WALL PAPERS
,in* i -|" i i.iiU itt recti vi ^nd
iriiktic in d< -I.:" snd i olor el-
I i is. a.ill vmi il Id ii' lium
all lielnii- deciding, So i oiae
I ,*ii* lodi) .unl lo ill iln in over
at iln  pi'  ' lit  pi iia i iiii is   th.ii
i a introduced j    117 Liwadali
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WE   SELL   FIIE   E4RTI1
i). l. gap
$1450
i»i
:  $ 950
950
4000
1260
3000
Um- cirm-r mi l*Slli «l    Kir-i lol
..it it.iiil,*eiir.l.    NN4N oaah) Ul I
ud ISniaiiuli.    (PellOSB.)
1.1 ... 12th ''i. betaess Mdenrsji
mi'i M'»U    H.-..I*-' ia-l.. hai ".in.l
r.'lll.llllll.       i.<in> I" I
ii.iiiiiin mam »» "nh m. ui
llirulrvtnl    |iii.Vi,-.|i.l->l.>'.«i'l II
lllillllll..    iFiili" IM '
lam u**» Int niiiiililiftiii-.il Mil:.
»n» inal \|....lv    f.Vli niiii; Inl. I,
l.'inonll *     (ioHnitt.)
I..in., inner nn 'uli, iu-t t i«i tt
ll.ul.-v.ir I     I.,i. || 11  hU. k IM   ',.
nlS mul It iii"iii li-.     l-'"li»
m.)
450
700
875
1900
I |.,i. .,,1 in, batmen KhI^-iiv
•ml Heedll J).,Wi-mli.l.il.i. nml I]
nia.iitl,.    iFolliillI.l
'2 1**1. nu QBSaMSsn III ifl'i*-. I'
I.. Ml; mn' l"t.. IDOdVaW, 'j i'inh ;
Iml'.vi-r IM nmiillip.   Then* in 1160
Ih,|..«  ilm iii«)ki*t >n*l Hill not ll.l
lon|    (Fnim IM i
; Anf. Int. nn ritli M, nur LoaMsle
ivi'., helng inwlli. WiO taalt, Inl. li
in,! I] tnniilli..   lliilin M
I.ui iiii iruil tool uiiI'lfi/ini in* in
■IM I" him-    All 'li-nn-l Mjn .ml.
iiii. imii'i i'j ni.atiiii.    folio iM i
l,..t LaWoekM, l>.I..?7.i,lulngmi    ',',
let*) ma.li. Inl. h  anil l'J     ,,
Ani  Kt
in..ii'Ii.
Mini llll Int.   iFollol*
[llilioalions jininl tO iiii iiclivi' noVl in I.vnn Vullt-v in llu- nenr Ititure.
Listings iii tins vicinity ire nf the verv beet   * "nil nml Ulh with iih.
Our    !!
The Canadian Financiers, Limited,
14 Lonsdale Ave., Near the ferry. Phone 213
R. L Thompson, Local Manager.
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Correspondence Solicited
North Vancouver
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Close-in City Lots at Less Than Acreage Prices
An estate consisting of 75  Lot*
Centrally located in the City of North Vancouver.   Some of the streets are already opened.
Close to electric car line and waterfront.
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PRICE,  $400 PER LOT AND UP
Terms:  One-Fourth Cash,   Balance 6,  12 and  18 months.       Prices will be advanced on or before April  15th next.
Nearby lots in   DISTRICT LOT 265  now  saleable at $1000 to $2500 each
Maps and particulars on application
* IRWIN &, BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD
(Incorporated A.D. 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chief place ol business in North Vancouver, B.C.)
X Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C., Telephone 15
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RATEPAYERS'   MEETING
(Continued liuin page .\
itronflj against a change nl
iiaiiit- being madt-.   Hi-  averred
that  it    ivuiilil Ii.ne a III,iiill,il
disadvantage, having a nee
name iu the financial markets
nl the world as at the present
iiim- Nortli Vaniouver enjoyed
,i certain amnuiit of .ulilitioii.il
iiii,iuu.il liabilit] as a cone
(|iiiiicc of its Milmrliial relation
to tin- older and larger eity in
the uniiieiliati' viunili.
Against the alleged inisi.u
il.ige nl mail ls.i.u tt allien cull-
liiuleil lhat lie had received ctilt-
suleralili' mail iu this dtj and
had never had any trouble iu
that way "Let's cull a spade
,i spade, stated the speaker in
discussing the relationships ol
the two ellies in question.
.Mr. Pollock considered that
all Hit- advertising whiih Nortk
Vaiiioiiur had gol would In-
lost and the campaign ol advci-
Using the city would have lo lust ,ii led a-fresh.
Mr  A. 1-.   Macnaughloii   mn
sideled   that   thr disadi,int,i;i
as a result ol the adoption oi
iiim    name would outweigh the
advantage ol smh a mon
Till to a vole the motion was
lost oil a li.tllot  ol  |J to 'I
K I). Koclni.sson moved lhat
in the opinion ol this association the beet form of iivii government i.s by a board of commission or control, that i.s, the
present council could slaliil as
,i lrgislative assembly and that
an administrative board, the
individuals ol which to Ik- pain
a .substantial salary, be ekcu
to administer the allairs of the
city on sound business lines .iiul
particularly Ih- the means of
adapting a contintnity of policy. The- motion was scolidil
by \\. 1). Kcevcs. A general
ilisiussion followed and was
cloned by the motion ol A. B<
Maiiiaiighloii and 1, Walden to
refer the matter to the cxiiu
live lo procure further data up
ou the subject.
In view ol the recent action
of the city council in regard to
changing the 1-elicli grade svs
iciiis ou nortli and south streets
throilglioui thee ity to straight
glades, the. lollowing resolution
was moved by \V. 1) Keevcs
and  iinutiililoiisli    asMlilcd  lo :
That this association vim
with appiehensloll the ptnposeil
change from bench grades to
straight grades in view ol iln
large niiinlH-r ol expert opin
lotts iu lavor ol bench grades."
0. K. Woodyard
('iik 17th St. -nn MMM If*
Sell. hIuvhu.hI miv length.
Ilaaiil'le Uml (lull MM) (5 UU
ili*lin*re,l Am |!i-ni'"»l eon-
trui'iin-i, i la-Hrsiip, exrivatinii,
lir.nl in.., etc.
F. B.  DAY
riimii in.
MORRISON'S
S [GN
W OJLKS
Keith Block     Isl Street W.
A. FAN NO
Genernl Contractor
Uml I'li'-rim, Stomp •ml Hock
RImHiiii. F.ilrn mrt nair Ihiu-hi.
All (Urni**'" Mil inoH.
■ M I'l.n V M KN T     AORNCV
... < 90, W»»l at Lax.aa1.-I.
I-11  IV.«   11
NORTH   VANCOUVER
li Choice residential property fronting on the
Grand Boulevard and in adjoining blocks. No
lots less than 50 feet frontage.    All cleared.
Business property and acreage.    For plans,
prices and particulars, apply to
MAHON, McFARLAND & PROCTER
UD.
Cor. Seymour and Pender Streets
Telephone 6286. Vancouver, B. C.
Montrose
Terrace
The Cream of D.L. 553, North Vancouver
There are nol very many ol ihem, but you still have a chance
to »ecure one ol these ideal homesites
50 x 140 to 20-foot Lane with
$150 Gash
i
Balance spread over 18 months and ihr lolal pnee is $525.
These lots, slashed and burned, and rrqumng hardly any clearing, arc situated on an open
street. They command a beautilul and uninterrupted view ol the harbor and the south
city and are only three blocks east ol the Grand Boulevard and tramline.
The Price and Terms are exceptionally  low and easy
THE BRITISH AMERICAN
TRUST CO., Ltd.
Williamson h   Turner,   Managers,   Real Estate  Department
431 Seymour Street
Phone 720 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
LYNN    VALLEY
|l)6   ll  I  I    "H   a  HI     II all     I la  HICil I A   a  a     -' l'lTIUS   '4
a i* li. bal,mu ti, 1 j mul i*1 month"
I"   .III,-;    I lea II.. In     llll    Slllnlll |,| in ;  will    till     ll   al    I Tl 'lit  of
Price»i      Iiiiiis 1   1.1,'*, btalame 6, 12 and ifl
llla'lllllS.
Lulu 7 and K, Hlock ti, D  L tin    Price $650.00,   Tains
* 1-I1, lml ma, |, 1.1 .md hi 111 mtlik,
MAY 6 BURNS
Real l',-l.ilr and l;ni,tiii ial A.:1 I I
MERRY WIDOW
The Merrv Widow Dancing
Club will hold their winding up
dance of thc season 00 Frnla
evening, April ::nd, instead ol
Monday evening, April 25th, ns
reported. Refreshment! uill li
served and tin eicnillg's program will be ul a special order
to mark the occasion of the sea-
sun's close
♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦
O.K. BAKERY
And CONFECTIONERY
IIRKAD, CAKES, PASTRY, ETC.
IIM IT. CANDIES,
CIGARS AND TOBAlIC08
BTATIONERY, MAUAJJINES
OFFICE SUPPLIES, ETC
f red. Bosquet,   Pro|).
1:; I.'iiimIuIp Ave        P.O, Hm 18      Phone 13
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DISTRICT CorNl'lI,
A special uieeting ill the district council will be held Wed-
insdav evening for the purpoae
of dealing with sundry matter!
ill    committee.      The    regular
terni-mouthly meeting will be
held on Thuraday evening at
the Usual hour.
JAPANB8E   TEA GARDEN
Sunday was Japaneee day at
the 1'iardens on net street and
the buildings and grounds were
crowded from early Until late
With the little dark men, White
people were not privileged to
enjoy the festivities except by
special invitation and llie few
lorttlllate ones who received
Ihis privilege were not a little
fascinated with the order of the
day's elilertaiiiiiient. Kclrcsli-
mi-ills were served Iree oil the
grounds and alt exhibition was
given of ancient riles and customs showing ihe different
character    of   dress,   ele.,   for
main   generation! pasi np to
the present day iiistoms.
Bargain*
Five lots 1112m, mar Railr11.nl avenue, including oil-- double
corner.   I1800 for the five,   f8oo caah, bilmce auy.
Five-roomed bouse on hall acre of ground, mar Lynn Val-
h v Car Line and store. Price for ipiick sale $ 1350; '.• cash;
balance 6, 11 and ih monthi
Double comet lacing Ottawa Gardens. Price J5000; ;j
caah; balance 6, taittd tN months.
CAMPBELL & EVENSON
9 Lonsdale Avenue.
Phone 155.
PEABODY'8
RAILROAD
KING
Ni' are -ole Igintl bttt
Till mily iniiiniliii'liiri'r
thnt pUmieiadi Kimmiiti-i'
if the- il" lliil meet l'X-H'C-
cation*.
Try 11 imi*
Ami I niiinvil
PEABODYS'
UNION
MADE M
OVERALLS
AMERICAN {
GOODS
MANUFACTURfO
\\\4
I'phIiiiiIj t  Rnilri'ii'l   Km-i
ill
(Al
For S.I. kr
CUMMINGS
Gent's Clothing,        Furnishings,        Men's,   Lidies', »nd
Children's Boots and Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MRAT MARKET
LYNN   VALLKY
Hm- .lira- .111 I 1'iitri, !;,.»*I nrair CM «illi L'"'i'l li"iii>i> and I'liii-ki-n
•in* lull iwi .ani  all tr ii .1 ii,r |iUUU,   lium caih, balance
| .1*
A  ii'iinl 1 K*«nl lull ti.'.ir ear (,,r iL'Mi ami |M)<    fill ,a»h,
a a* fill |,a>r lliMlltli.
NOKTH   LONSDALE
Wa nm a lei ItVllSh, hit*, in III.. ?s7«t lr,,inf:i.Vl tn Mill) i-aeli.
llnr,* i*.ar*iii,| Mug ii|'"IiihI innn I.vnn VJi.-i In lamwlale Ivrniie,
rljilll tl rooglt tl.it- |iri'i«*rti *
-    for lOtl 111*1 III'ir lln* lii'M   llnlll* V|r,|.    t'lnll «l|,| up,     *4
tath. la.ilain*,' I, It, lsaii'1 '.'I,
ll 1,111 imu. anv I.inn \.iiim |,i,,|„'N\ I*—. art)IN in a pn.ilinn
i" limi'l1'- it 11 «'• h iv,* a branch mii"' in uie Vullejr,
1.   It   Van** A  V   Mai).Ir*
G. W. VANCE & CO.
(or. >Sth & IihimI.iIi-   Phone 17b       Brnnth Olliie-lynn Valley
PALACE
HOTEL
{2.00 per and up.
Special rates to fain
dies and in regulal
boirden	
REDA& ANLRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Sbcono Sikf.fi,   ..   -   NOKTH   VANCOUVER, R. C.
Special Offer*
Pontile conn r Lots 13 and 14. block 14. P. L 273-
I'riee {3500.    Cash 1*1500    Halancc 6 and It months*
Single corner Lot 13. block w, D. L  273.
JI1500.   Cash Poo.   Balance 6 and ia months.
Single corner Lot 13, block 2S, 1). L. 273.
$1900.   Cislt {700,    llalann-(1 and 1: months
Lot on Esplanade, Lot 5b, block inn, D* L. 174
fnooo.    ': cash,    balance 6, 12 and la inonllis.
Lot I J, block 31), D. L. 548.
Price JSoo     Cish {250.    Balance b and tt months.
r. McMillan &, co.
Real Estate and Insurance Brokert
4 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 197 P 0. Box 15
.H-H-a-.-M-.-.-K-.^
Manitoba Real Estate Co.
2339 Westminster Avenue
V
ancouver
Kront St., Lot II, D. L. 469, si/.e 15*0x150 leet,
Price, > 17.so   cash ',, bal. b and 12.
Lots 1$, 11 and 15, block 31, D. I.. 469, \ acres,
lacin)*   Keith   Koad.   Price,   J 1,500—cash    ,
balance easy.
pith Street and Sl. Oeotp Slreel, |th lol from the
Avi., I). L. 54'i, si/c 441IJO bet, plice {'■«•",
all i.r I'
Lots  I to  lo tin Indiil, all ilrarcd alld Mgfc, ,v\i
bet, price 097]  '',sl1 Usth »*i. 6 and 12 1110..
1 .Uh and Iltnry Ave., lots 1 and 2, block 5, 1). I,
(5J, si/e ii.iM 17 lu-i, |uicc caih Jib.so* cash
><\V>, bal. b, It ,utd 18 months,
Lol 2o, block 17, D. L. 55J, si/e 50x1.0, pi in >,,
uish J'oo, bal., 6, 12 anil IN months.
Lot 27, block 553, si/c vi\i2ii, from Hso, cash 1 ),
bal., easy, 10 lots.
Lot 1, block B, 1). I, dn., litt 144X14; Iwi, cash '..
balancc lo suit.
lv ',. of lots 9, i", 11 and 12 in N. ). ol 11, D. I<
613, each ut\ 1 \i Int. $850 tlic whole lot
Cash if, balance uty,
19 acres, )4 ol 8b in 1). I, 86t, price >IOJ pel' tcrc,
cash 1-3, bal. b, 1   ud 18 montlis.
1-ive bl, fl. lots.   Good for one week onlv.
8-1-860 one acre.   Priic J.i.y, cash, J150, balance,
Jio per month.
Lillooet Koad, seition 58, I). L. 865, one acre,
R50, • ash 1-3, bal. b, 12 and ll months.
26-1-81-5, ', acre, J.300 ; iash ftOO, balance |M pei
month.
Lots 7, K, 'i and lo, block 32, I). L* 2022, si« }jl
1211 bet, ptice J;ihi ; eash J,i5o, balance, b, It
and ta months.
I.inn Vallei, lot 3, block 2, I). I„ 2087, si/e 33x1m,
price S210 ; cash tffl} halmce f 25 quarterly.
Lynn Valley, lots 11 and 12, block 2, D. L. 2087,
sue 3)1110 feel, price $475; cash f 125, balance
J50 quarterly.
Peter Koad, 6-44-2087, site 55x1011 leet, partly
cleared, price f41x1; cash ',„ balance b and 12
months.
W, ',, ol it in I). L* 2088, live acres, price 55,250,
cash 11,7)0, balancc lo arrange.
Lot 16*12-2088, % acre, price $475 ; cash J175 to
J200, balance > -o per month.
1
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•.^|.|.|.l,|.|.|-H-l-l"l"I-l-l-l-l-l-H-l-lI-l"H-H-l-l-H-l- THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Registration of North Vancouver Properties
A review of the registrations of North Vancouver properties from the Vancouver Land
(,'istry ollice discloses the following transfers Ior week Hiding  March 19th, 1910 :
Re-
Veiidor
Purchaser
Property
Price
Goon l.inj; Dang  G. Bayfield 	
W. 1-'. A. Hood  C. M. Kingsley
et al
,2i*9-2b5    S 1,000
.1 to 7i W to 14, M to
13A| 7 to 9, 11 to 12B,
1 to 15^, l to 9B, 1 to
9li, 1 to (if, all ol lot
2, Block 2, land 2-23 and
all block 24-547 1 255.00°
.3-1 to 3*7 D. L. 549    1.050
■.8-17*553          375
S, Pickens  D. G. Rodgers	
M, .1. Ban et al W, A. Wood 	
A   Anderson  W. Harris et al  1 and 2-73-548   4,65"
.1. .1. Woods  11. PaU-rson  24 and 25-44-204   boo
A. Harnett  C.   .Nelson    8-70-271     1.800
F. K. Granger  tt.   Clcland   3 aud 4*158-271     4,°-k>
I) Gelliiii S.   Hurley    9-52-55°     7?"
M. Burns  ,S. .Simons  11-101-550   i,"i'o
(.'. Manning  11. Browu  17 and 18 D-4 to 13-2026 b25
S.Nye  G.   G.   Arinitage  2D, 4 to 13-2026   (cm
Mcikljolm  G.   McSpaddeii 14-64-271-548      i,5',;l
lv  freeman  I. t, Drysdale  ...4-173-274   .'8,750
C. Keith I. D. Fraaeret ul b, 7-109-274   5.000
Birr  R. R. Short  13-2-25 to 29-2026   1,260
Joulurt  P. Hacynoie  1-1 to 14-6-616     16,000
B, Newcombe  f.   Laurcr    20-16-273      2,100
Haiyiioil  A. McLean   27-155-274 5,500
V. Land and Iinprov, Co.   M. Reid  19-112.-V-518     1,000
C. Trust Corporation tt. C. Brown  13-10-615   5°°
C. Trust Corporation  tt. C. Brown  3-14-7-616     800
R, Crawford  t, 0. Witilow  17-17-204       375
Scaler  A. Law  1 and 2-131-274     5.7°°
lv   Craine  Win. McNeish  39-1 lo 6-21-547*548   45°
S. Maskill  M. A Mills 8-7-553   7°°
C. McCreighl li.   Rickeii  34-21*2026   4oo
M. Strange  W. lv K. liuies  22 and 23-159-271   5,5°°
.nul L. Bristol  B. Ker block 48-273   1,45°
and L. Bristol 	
M. and ,1. C. Dake	
G, Rogers 	
Greenwood  1. R. Gosling 	
Kogeee F. Jeffrey 	
Kobnison  S. A. Moore 	
Smallwood  D. H. McColl 	
Mcl-'arlaiie  I. F. Carbult  18 and 19-2-273     -M"o
Meliiiies  11. Citodat  4-I-18-540   1,500
Ii* Guinel  H. Chodat 5*1-18-549   1,50°
A   tt. Taylor  Standard Trust & Imp Co 1 to 4-3B-6oo   ....„  3,500
Kiiiuga  Sir C. 11. Tupper  25, 20-15-265   2,230
C. Winlow  I, liwarl  1(5-9-273     I,loo
B* Hood  J, 0, Wilson  35*I54*274  -',5"°
■I   Murrav  E. W. Gilliat  19-165-274     io,!*.,
11. tt    liailci    I. and D. Harvey  „ 1,2 wb At   3-5-548     1,000
R. ttagltoin  C. llolt/.inan 3, 4, b, 7*ili ), D.L. 787 1,050
Clarke    li, M. Taylor  _ 2b, 27-b aiid 7-547,548 1,250
Iv Lawson  W. Manson  H 4 and 5-72-54*!*    —  1,100
S. Nye  D. aiid M, G. Simpson _ 19 B 4 to i.V202b   2,51*1
1   McDonald  T. C. Johnson  _ 7-138-271      1,400
1  McDonald  I, .1, Blom 8-138-271  _... 1,400
,1.
R.
,1.
11.
tt.
I.
G.
lv
.1.
G.
C.
T.
X.
N. .1. McDonald  I.
L. A   ttatson  Jl, Orplitis  „ 7*157*271    *,IO0
lv   Campbell    W. W. McFarland et tl - 9-124-271     i,4°"
tt. Iv Thompson  I,. Dickie 13, 14-165-274      30,000
N   V, Land & Imp. Co 11. .1. M.ielLtllic  ,. m-94-530     I|0ue
A. Coliiulioii et al  I. I.inkluter ,. 47-3  to 7-b57   and 31-21
...            D. L* 553    1,275
N   V   Land I Imp. Co Irwin and Billings 21,, 24-112A-548   2,000
H   \:   Boildard  M. G. McKay  , 7-1 2 and 3-7-549     6*5
A. .1. Alcilardie  \   li. Lee  13 and 14B 2026   1,330
I. V  I'.iltn.in et al  I. B. Niinino  24-1-204     200
li. P. Oilman et al 1. I). Black 25-1-204      21.1
A   I   Keith  V L. Allison 11 and 12-106-550   3,250
V.inc. Sub. Co. Ltd... R. Paul 1-4-860  225
Van   Sub. Co. Ltd. ._ It.  Kaskin  .._ 2-4-860    _   225
A   A   Cox  _ tt. I)..Hill  blk. 13-2022  2,500
I-   C. Wade' li. M. Gillart  2^155-274   5,000
I). Condell L. IL Dick  23-11*7-274   2,250
II. l-'rciucti  .'. 1. Geddes  ...,S ', 22-228-545   375
A. Baur  t.
Sherwood  F.
Shaw  D.
A.
T.
A.
Iv.
II.
.11-1273   1,45°
.15 and 17-117-274     2,45"
.7, 7, 4, 5 mid b-549   1,25°
•31 and 32*3311-55°   '.5°°
.17-15-273   I*»
,D. L. 922     8,000
.S.W ,'«D.L. 1094  1,95°
C. Trust Corp _	
A. MiNiiic el al ._	
C  Trust Corp T	
T.ilhaiu	
f   lll.ickwell  _	
I-   111,1. knell  -	
S   Bailing  _	
Al.nsollais   ,	
A.  Husband   _	
BreaunJ  -	
.1   LeRoiix tt
I.   Keid  , li
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tt
T.
G.
A
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c.
II  Tailor et al „ tt    Iluinphrei
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11
CHURCH SERVICES
Methodiit church, corner 6th
street and St. George'a avenue:
Servicei at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday School and bible-
class 2.30 p.m! Class meeting
m a.m. Sunday. Prayer meeting 8 p.m. Wednesday. Moody
ville Sunday school 11 a.m.
Pastor, Rev. B. H. Balderston
B.A.
Lynn Valley Institute Hall.
Services every Sunday morning at 11, and evening at 7 p.m.
St. John the Evangelist, 8th
and 13th streets:—
Holy communion, S a.m.;
morning prayer 11 a.m.; evening prayer, 7.30 p.m. Ou the
lirst Sunday in the month there
will be a second celebration oi
the holy communion at 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
Services at St. Clement's hall
Lynn Valley: Morning prayer
II a.m.; evening prayer 7 p.m.
Priesl-in-charge: Rev. II. H.
Gilliea.
St. Andrew'! Presbyterian
church, 6th street:—
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday,
at 8 o'clock. Pastor: Rev. J.
D. Gillam, M.A.
North Vancouver Catholic Indian Mission-
Sunday Services—Mass at 9
a.m. Sunday school at 2.30 p.m.
Benediction at 3 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. E. Peytavin, O.M.I.V.G.
Baptist Church, cor. jth and
St. George:—
Sabbath school at 2 p.m. Ser
vices at 3 p.m. and at 7.30 p.m
E. DOWIE
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDKR
Plana, Specifications, Estimates
P. 0. Box 27, North Vancouver
E. PALMER
SKIM IMI BRICK
CONTRACTOR
I IK".I l I.Ass KI.II.KI Si 11
Phont 170 P.O. Box 166
All new houses should be piped for gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure lor this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
POWKR CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave
A. .Manifold  _ 10A-1 to 10-215-545   75"
G. C. Walker  13-1:1-318     1,700
tt. MacKinrali  2 and 1-8-1,10     1,000
K. Sutton 23*6-bi7     loo
A. Bone  7-1V7K7     JOO
A. Kendall  - 1 and 2-5-K ', ', .uid 787 4'*1
Cragg 2- and 28-32-204   I.OJO
A   Oliver, , 13-138-271     1,55"
S. Voting 15*5*273    -  900
D. L. Miltoiuiiiev   20-153-214    „  1,(90
M. Henry  1 lo 6-30-3M   4,*»
C. Kickler                       ,4 N K  ', ol 84-5*-)     1,.'""
 3-105-550  ejo
Ihiikle I  C. Stewart 5-s*>-s,S"     900
II   Cardinall I. tt    McPhall 20 .nnl 21-1-553     I,ltj
tt.itson 31. lv Stevens 13 lo 15-9-5.53   W
n. E. KRUGER
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes oi Brickwork
All Work Guaranteed.
O.rnfr Kifti-t-ntli St. m4 Malum Aie
Save your Piano by having
an Expert do your Tuning;
T BBADLEY TAYLOR
260  Second   St., Weit
Drop«I*-'-!.'! ..n'i
Work liiiautnt'i-il.
I'll,
.11
A   Baiitr Irwin and Billings   11-7-273  1,100
A   Baur lruin and Billings   8, 9,  10,  12-273  '.i'l"
tt    l'airsoits  .II. R. McDonald 24-8-273  tffl
V   Page V Beers  , .'. N. ', lb-228-545  225
Dn,1 Singh ct al ...lv M. Kingsley 7-8-hih      _.... 1,300
K   B   Dcane It   DesBrisay  13, 1+9 W. % D-L 617 HO
C.   Nelson C.niadian I-'inanci rrs  1 to ih-55-2087  |,8o0
J. D. Bryant lv W. Green  .. M-toM  »»!
A. C. Henderson  Cunningham, S,in*dcrsoii ......    *'o 17271-545   1,-'""
I Alexander 1, G. Campbell  I«MJJ**74     J.300
.1. M   ILiiiiinerslcy G. Prime 30*166474     1,300
t, l.f .1. Harrington P   Blair et al  15, 16A 1 to Kj-J1.s-.VI5 <■?""
T   S   Holt F. W. Spencer el  al  South ', 35.228.545 JJO
t   IL  Wilson  W. G. McLean               .20-116-550   1,000
II D. G   Arinilage el ,tl           Ciiiiniiigh.iiii, Saiinli-rson            8,   u-22-553      '■<"•
I Loutet    F   tt   Spinier it al  Si, 33-21-2026     '«*
II. B  Suie/.er et al lruin ci Billings -7-288-515     1,1*00
1.  M  Al.iliolin 11. tt. l), Oillkn 20 to 23-^,7-28-517-5|S, 1,600
N   V   Land 1 Imp. Co W. .1. Thiikle 5-40-550     \S"
II 11  liepwood „ F. UcLeod S*IMS3   h""
II   II   11   I.ousdale et al  A. F   Bcnslev KVJ.|-5.SI     ■■""
*\   Woliiiison I   G. Sutherland  n-ti and I\', U1-2..22 225
G* M. Joy  _ ('.   M. Shaw       '.-s-271  I,S*
I.  Dickie Q  Taylor.. - 13,14*1^174  	
1*   K   G.illaglu-r t. T   I.   tt illimmsoli  II-I4I-274    |,7J0
I-  tt  Denny et al L.L Wehnter 18^1*330, 18-16-440-^0 1,77!
tt. S. Ratllliilll  , , f, I'niletUfood  ,           ,    .        ..   Block   |o-.v^8             .... J,000
C. Walker
& Co.
Tel. 123.
I0VMUII  AVI,
Cleared   lot   on   ijth  St
1 lose to liimli \aiA
Price $550
Terms good
66 It. on Lon*d»le, cleired,
near 24th Sl
Price $2500
On. lol on 4II1SI . 1 -«r Iiim
Price $2000
Tamil Rood
DESIRABLE  PROPERTIES
REASONABLY     PRICED
X. K. Douhle corner, liilh and JoiK-r*. I'riee INUM C»i-li III*:.:''.
balanri-ii, It, IIami -I iiuiiithn.
N. W. Double Cnrnfr 15tli and ttt, AiulreHB. Size l(K)xlM). I'riee
MilOII.OO.   lUTtoub,    llulanceli, L'aml 1* month*
S. E. Double Corimr nth un.l Sutlii-rlainl, ninell-JxUr. Priie-lliKHi. ',
a.i.ii, balance li anil 12.
Bouli'iard, l.nli li Ull T, Hlock 'M. I'* l„ ,V>0. Si/tf UXIxl'iT. Price
I-IK 1    '., caah ; .'I, li ami IJ iiiuntlm*
New location, West ol the Palace Hotel
Thacker, Thornton Co.
Telephone 110.
J. W. BALMAIN
CIVIL   KNl-INBBM
yiianlit»*urvffnr toil Archil" 1
SnRIH VANCOrVKH
Bressey
Peers & Boult
REAL ESTATE
Insurance
Notary Public
Phone
188
PIONEER BAKERY
WAIKIR & HI MIR, Proprietors
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
Try our XXX Hrown Hread   Daily delivery to ill parti ul city
Phone N and 54
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & Ath St.
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U.STOMKRS
AKKY
ONVICTION
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OURTEOIS
IVILITY
ONQUERS
ONTRARINKSS
For  onion   and potato setts also flower   seeds   ol
best quality.
HALL'S GROCERY
PHONE 189
Cor. St. George * tt 8th Street
N VANCOUVEE
.Suggestions for
Spring Housecleaning
A new Linoleum-Oilcloth lor Dining-
room, Kitchen, etc. A nice choice ol
pattemi.
Linoleums (J, ft, 60 and 75 cents s'|  \ 1
Oilcloths 30 and 35 ci-nts sq. yd.
A new Dn-vsrr, Bedstrad and Hallrfss
for the Bedroom
sunn in autl. s iiim u-i. n'.i   Dteteetti
l-'oi try 511 nurlli f 11.00 Fur llCOO WOtttl Jivou
'   ||| 50   '■     11400 and up lo J40.<)'.
A lirije shipment ul rattan chairs, rockets and bab) bo||iet
Iati ii'iivfd    BUY AT Till-. PBOPLBS' STORE
II
lliiil
12ft Lonsdale Ave.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
SORIll   VANCOUVER
LONSDALH WI-.SUI- BSPLANADE
FIRST STREEI BOULEVARD
\M' I'   I
We hair ■ \. lusivc sale nl  thr lust piupcrties  in the
ibOVl      Cull and iiia|iiirr
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
11   I.hiimIhIi' Aii-iiii.-
I'hones-dtlii-r 21       llmiv- 2S       I'.O. Box 50 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
We are Producers
nml tlir brnehl a public derives through dealing illicitly wilh
the manufacture we "ller to the people ol Vancouver.
Ai silverware niiuuil.i. lui.r- we arc not excelled in the
world, lur quilit) aind luoftmenl ol design, while ou pricei in
the IniM'i .ih beyond the reach ol competition,
I a, thoie in se, iieli a.l \\ iililing Pretend, our luge itoct ol
Sterling ud Silverplate ofen an exteniive range oi choice.
Heniy Birks & Sons, Limited
Gold ami Silversmiths
Geo, _ 1 tuny, Mm. Un. I lasting* ind Granville
condoling with Earl Canning,
then Governor-General ol India, un the decease ul l,.ul\
Canning.
The volumes *"- pregnant
with intereit alio ding glimp-
se*, mio iln mini ..umbers in
Her Majesty'i lile, and we real
ise- sun,e« hai ul lhe dilliculues
aiid responsibilities ai well as
Un pleasures and privilege!
which hedge about a king, The
correspondence with ihcUueen'i
inula, Leopold, King ol the Belgians, is m particular ui a ven
enlivening type, peraoni and
events being dealt with in
charming frankness, A debt oi
gratitude is due lo His Majisi;
iiu King lor Uic privilege ilnis
exti tided in w ioiu lasiiion to
British eiti/uis and subjects,
■Will Honeycomb."
At ,i ie.i ui uieeting ol lbi
jita Andrea s and l aledonian
Society, Mi J, R. J Murray,
,111 cssa)ist, dealt with Senttish
characteristic! in a charm m.
,mil master.) manner, and Ins
eflort m.is nighl) appreciated
In   those present.
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Greatest Sna|) in North Vancouver
0   1     <£7   1 £fl       l'"ur lots on Filtcenth Street neat   p.A  d? 1    QCft     '•'■
Illy $ J, \J U   1 .amdsdale Ave., with 228 ft. frontage   VrfMll «J I , J J U    J;
* •
This   is   Over  $1200   Below  Value J
Martinson & Co.
A7 If ESTATE BROKERS
Miinil VANCOUVER, lit'.
■j i P.O, Bt* ,--■
WM 1'I'l'
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mpntfeKTMu
A Literary Column
-ilM. Wal.ii, .aalJai.   aialOaj Oa   .V.'lt-Ja'.i
Tin    original "Will    Hone)
miiila    u.is dcscrilM.il lij A,I.ii
siill    .is  loving   "In  slum     il| oil
occasion .ill the little learning
be has picked up, uhuh . | .
deacriplion  will  perhaps serve
to alh Mate cUllOSll)   .1*" l.i lhe
derivation oi ihe uon de plume,
"Tlu   h UcIS ol Ijlleiu   \ Lt"l
is i.S"/ ittbi," publisluai i \ an
ihdril) ui His Majcsl) lhc
King i ahii d b) Ai thin Chris*
tophii ii A., ami Viacount Ks
lur, G.C.V.O., KA H , had i
record  sale in us in si edition
,ll     li 11   dull,IIS,   .illll   III lllis    ul
tin   letten  occupied   consider
able space 111 the lii.ij-a/ltics lasl
\..a     An acme ior lowhinj
upull llnlll at this ilia,Iiunl alls
is Ili'lll  tile lui I  tll.ll  l.\   ill.  . II
iirprise  iii   modern publishing
lln   tin,i   Vidimus an   null    ill.
lainablc loi one dollni
Tin  pii I,ui  diacloses lhe lines
nil  llllllll lite letters hale    I I'ill
edited, naiiii I), "To bring out
the development ul lhi   Queen's
ih.n.i. ler and disposition,   aim
lu give typical instance! oi lu i
method! in dealing with point
.al and social mailers I in pro
dun, in lacl a book I.u British
citizen!   and Hritish    subjects,
lather thai] a Imok lol  sliHIilil ,
..I political history."
The period dealt with extends
Ila.l.i the lime ulliil llel \l.i|es
I) n iiiiii,la, iiiii ian ling upon a
yellow carpet spread out loi
that purpoie sad being ion.
lhat n i cried and uas naught)
1 iu le Suaaex would hear un
and punish uic lur which reason
1 alu a_\s si I e,lined tt hell 1 sau
lllln      1   had   a  great   hotfoi   ol
Bishops un account ol Iheii
\mj;s and aprons, but recollect
tins bring p.nnail) got "iei in
ihe case ul thc then Bishop oi Salisbury, Dr. Fish,
ei, l.i his kneeling down
and letting uie play with
Ins badge ol ChaBcetkn ol
tin Order oi ik- Garter." Tin
letters .lose with a touching
lettei Horn the tiiieeii in tlu
lindsi ui her own great sorrow,
Will Honeycomb will be glad
to     luiiu     Holes     and     ileus
chronicling literary activity in
North Vaiuuuver and hopes lo
have ihe aid ol literal) readers
oi the Express in the cdnduct
ui  tin column,   Niiies,  news,
etc., uiai  be addressed to him,
care oi tin i.ipn-ss.
Messrs Camphell and Uel
vilK- have opened a barbel shop
ai the loot ni Lonsdale Ave,
They report that business is ex
upturn.ilK good considering
thai ilui have just been open a
short time.
ACCIDENT AT Ni:\\ WHARF
I,ast   Friday n-i:'.! about   11
o'eloek a large icow ..'  gravel
PARINmSH.'P
(Ipportunity li r i tn n
and wife wilh aboui $300
to lake mii real in rstablish-
nii-ni and profitable bu
Mil m ih.- iitv ul North
Vancou-n.    Apply al
i\PRie*>s omcr
belonging lo Conirat toi > ot
imi aim intended loi iln ct nmu
work on the l.oiisil.iii Avenue
uh,ui iiiiiiiii iiniii along idi
oi tin liny wharl depositiug
tin contents on board tn evei
al Miliums ui watei * I hi scoa
laden with a lull load ol gravel
tnd up alongside ol lhe semi
constructed wharl earl) iu the
day ulliil the tide was tu lull.
Alter the tide went out llu
icon settled ou a large bouldei
> lushed   in   about    seven
Announcement
We  have  opened   all  ollue    at
|    l.aalla.alall    Al.illll'   llll    llll*   lllll
lenience ol oui  hoi ih \ ancou
vei ilic-uts.
Wi uiimipah great activit)
iu North Vancouvei propert)
ilus stimuli! and are con>meed
thai uou is iln lime in bu
i,,ia the rise in i/alui •* ial. •
place, We have seviral piopii
til * "II mn list uin, i,
vi at present pines and
ihould )ield _ handsome prolit
in iln* near luiuic
Wi .ne open to receive lists
ol property loi sale (rom own
us and saim will receive oui
best atteatioa We hau i
largi clientele and ti pun-- an
right can effect sales.
tta  also manual estates,   col
lui  rent! and a,i as linancial
brokers generally, includw
handling  ol timbei areas   and
mines.
AI.Ytl um Al.\ l.N'Sl.l BKN,
UM1TKD,
t'i. ANDERSON
Korth Vancouvei
planks,     Apparent!)    nothing startled In   i greet roar   and
could be done and when the tide lhe large scow was seen to real
rose again il was lowed mil h up and keel almost completeh
short distance and tied up  lo over,   The Iuss ol material and
ihe old  whari,    Shortlj aftei the damage to the scow is said
wards   the   bystanders    were to be approaching |l,ooo,
NOTICK
ll vmi w.uit to ml youi Property, lill in blank s|wce and
Mail to
INKSTER ex WARD
NORTH VANCOUVER
\ \MI.     	
ADDRESS   	
lui      HLOCK  I'.I	
■M-I'l Hill MIII Hl'l'l M11111111111111111111111
NtlTICO
(im laiisiiuss is »ou practically en i cash bi
sis This enables us to give mir customers th.
same high class gooda ere hau- always haa.11,.I
at iei\ much better pricei thai can bc obtained
lio::: stores doing a credit trade.
Try au ord i an.l compare ipialm ud price.
j. a. & m. McMillan
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TIIE EXPRESS
MAY QUEEN COMPETITION
llu lollowing an the nomination! [oi Mi.   (Jueen fur  1910-1911 in ordei
llllllll   ill.  \    Wl   rt    I' "   iVt  'I   dl   tills     ,|||,  ,
MARTHA JOHANSON
YVONNE STEVENSON
GERTIE COLBOURNE
ANNIE HEARD
Conditions of  Balloting
i
1   lii ginning with tin pn am. -ill be pub
tl I        i'l* |l   I ,|   III'   lll'llll:'     I   I**   Sa|,l*   ,    M|)      |l*l
HAI.I.ui M Mlil.K um   i( -. 1 |0 tc, andmij I* cul oul ind
deposited hi inybod)   with nai 1 the candiditui lor whom thi   eoti
Iod, writ! ithi blank   pice, reserved for thi purp
HAI.l.ul NUMBEK I Wu "iimi. lm thut, io) votes and is given with
eich piid new iiibtcription to the Espreu for on eai In ordei to be valid,
this billot mutt b tigned bt  ths Editor of thi   Expreu ifter which it mi) Is
fill, d in in Iai - ila* * hoien 1 indiditc bj thi oa * 1 ind di poiitt J
HAI.I.ul NUMBER THREE, count!foi I. il      roteiand ii given with
111 li * * npiinn to tin   Expi 'i     I In- ballot iik. aii *
musl I*. tinned In tha editor io ordei lob.   aiid.
HAVE
YOU
VOTED
YET
Ballot bone will be placed al the tallowing   pla.es   throughout   the
city:
Till-. LEONARD J   SAI.1-. CO., Stationery.
HISS B. CURLB, Millinery.
V V   IMAM) COMPANY,
r S. TIKimas, Druggist
tt   and C. 1. HALL, Grocers,
li C. SCOTT, i'.i.hu
Ballot! will In- collected each Tuesda)  and  Friday  morning, placed in
sealed niulopis   alld uitlliw.l  to lln   ollue    ol   the   EXPRESS where
lhe) trill i" counted by the following commiltei
UAY0R •   H  MA\
A,   R.  STEACY,   Chairman School Board.
'   1,  iik.w BN, w.iiia,*i 1 Bank ol Hamilton,
fin   pro 1 the ballot will be dul) innounced in each iisin .>! lha
I.spi'
I I'lll    lialllll llick P    HI    ""   W   alllisal.IV.
Ma)   |th and 1 to -I in tht   Kxpn ss on Friday,
Ma) 'ili
PRIZES
In order ol pn ndi cording lo thi nnmbei  if v-itei polled by each, tht
a  -lul iHiuli I r    mi   ■ .iil'iui*,1 lo s,|,*it,nn an. a,1 ii,,* following prisei
1. An onl.; "ii Ma-s it tun, 1 Milliner) bUtabliihnu-nt lor a bat, personall)
Hl.el*   lOI  III,   winner.
tn aider on llii Nortli Vancouver I'iano Company for a lull sited violin,
Kimd quality and I  willl I'"« and < un coniplet.
\n unlit   mi    llu    I "i.l I I   Sali  ( "iii|'.nn   I n ,1 innn!" 1    'Hulls l.i.
I dm Kodak, 1,1. \,'' in. i"
1   tn order on the firm ol |. J Mi Menu loi g li to tl tonnl ol I7.50 to
1 1 ia. lbi wi 11
The ibove are all valuablt prisei, tin aggragiti  wortbof which iupproii-
ni,a* U i.iiti dollars and are in ihemtclvea .nil worth tbt effort in.ii ma) I"'
1   i   i* -I 1.1 win ih. in
nil. EXPRESS
Vlay Queen Competition, 1910
BALLOT No. 1.
One Vote
!>'
/«   '■ ir ti)
Mini
Till.
May Queen (
EXPRESS
Competition,
1910
BALLOT N
2.   Thirty Votes
lh ll'Klltll   HI    '"' "       '
l/a
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THE EXPRES8
May Queen Competition, 1910
BALLOT No 3.
Ten Votes
Dcimilt- rn im'"' "i
Miu
I'.llili'C-iil    .
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