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VOLUME V.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C., FRIDAY, AUGUST 30. 1907.
NUMBER 2
We like the game warden's persistency. Magistrate Alexander
should handle such cases as dynamiting fish, lie knows how to
soak (he Japs.   The limit.
Llruce St Dodds, thc grocers at
the corner ol Lonsdale and Eighth
have their telephone—No. 41.
The North Vancouver football
team played tht Vancouver Thistles
a hard and last game on Saturday
last at Athletic park and owing to a
shortage on the home team they did
not make as good a showing as tliey
otherwise would. The score stood
7 to J in lavor ol the visitors.
During the gale yesterday morning the rowing club boat house
broke away from its mooring! and
drilted onto the beach at Lonsdale gardens, The timely arrival
of willing hands saved the building and contents Irom being
brjkcn up by the surl.
Mr. Copeland, ol the wire sus-
with Ex-City Solicitor Hamersley,
and also wilh Hon. W. Bowser.
He leaves a widow, for whom
much sympathy is expressed. The
funeral look place yesterday afternoon from the family residence to
Christ church, It was strictly
privat and the obsequies were
conducted at the church and at the
graveside by the Uev. C. C. Owen.
Captain Patterson, ol Vancouver, one ol the oldest "oldtimers,"
paid The Express a visit this
week. About forty years ago he
loaded ships at Moodyville, and
states that at that time several
Cariboo miners were camped on
the ground opposite this oflice.
What has become ol the old-
fashioned man who could quote
(rom the bible better than his wile?
The North Coast, volume I,
number 1, has been received at
this ollice. I; is a six-page weekly
published at Simpson, B. C. P.
F. Godenraih St Co. are the publishers, and Edward D. Rowland
is the manager. The publication
is a very creditable one, containing
liberal amount ol advertising,
pension bridge, reports hiving^ Rowlaud is an old-time west-
seen a deer ascend from lhe
bed ol the creek close
bridge,  on the east side.    As the
every Iree is ladened with fruit,
apples, pears, plums, and even
peacnes. We would impress upon
every man the desirability, when
acquiring a home, to at once plant
fruit trees. Tliey so soon come to
maturity with small cost,
The locomotive ol the McNair
Timber Company jumped the track
on a curve west ol the Capilano on
Saturday, and lies on her side in
|he bush, about 800 feet from the
water, Io consequence 75 men
have been laid »H temporarily
awaiting repairs ol the engine.
John Macaulay, Toronto, was a
visitor to this city on Wednesday.
He intends to locate here in
January.
Adolph McMahon was at the
Palace Hotel ou Tuesday. He
has been on a tour around the
world, and his home is at Boston.
Boom the city and district.
I ern newspaper man, and what he
'"     '•'does not know about the business
bank on this side is too precipitous
for man, more interest is given this
fact. The deer broke through tlie
fence at theClill Houseand played
around  the  enclosure  sonic tim*.*
bslora making its visit.
Mi William Brandon, ol tlm
Echo Logging Company, captain
ol the Steamer Echo, while inward
hound, last Wednesday morning,
rau into a school ol whales, which
followed the lillle craft several
miles. The captain reports one
monster jumping clean out cl lhe
water and coming down with a
terrible crash.
Iu Noith Vancouver this appears
lo he a good Iimt season. Tlm apple, pear and plum trees are loaded
down with fruit in private grounds.
There are some lorty fruit (reel in
Lonsdale gardens which were
planted hy thc Indians thirty years
ago. Three magnificent cherrie
trees bore well this season. The
apple .and pear trees are laden
with fruit.
Thc local ship yards arc busy
At Wallace's they have a tug and
scow well under way. The yards
at Moodyville have quite a stall ol
men at work and plenty ol work
ahead.
The death occurred very sud:
denly in this city on Tuesday evening ol Mrs. Kathleen Helen Smith,
the beloved wile of Mr. H. V.
Smith, of the Western Corporation. The deceased was the eldest
daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. D,
Davie, 113a Robson street, Vancouver. The funeral look place
this morning (rom the family
residence, Eleventh street, to St.
John's church, where the services
were held. The body was interred
in Mountain View cemetery, Vancouver. Rev. Mr. Hooper conducted the obsequies at the church
and at the graveside. Much sympathy is expressed lor Mr. Smith
in his bcruavement as he has
three small children.
Mr. II. M. Ramsay was in North
Vancouver on business this week
and paid Tur. Exi'Kiss a call,
Thc average town is never aa
unsatisfactory as when providing
entertainment lor a loafer.
J Thc death occurred on Tuesday
at Vancouver ol J. J. Godfrey, a
prominent barrister and brother to
W. .Godfrey, manager of the Bank
of B. N. A. Thc deceased came
here in the early days and was for
a nuinb'-r of yeara in partnership
is not worth the knowing.    We
wisli ihe new venture success.
What has Income ol the old-
lasllioiied person who called a
wagon tilled with household goods
a "llittin' ?"
A. Kearns and family, ot Dun
dee, Scotland, have laken up
their residence in North Vancouver,
Thc waterpipes 011 Lonsdale
avenue, between First and Second
streets, are being lowered, and the
west side ol the street is consequently closed.
There was a (ull attendance at
the special meeting of the council
on Monday night. Constable Tarn
reported that the street lights were
out on thc ajrd and 35th inst.
They discussed thc by-laws in
committee*.
The huge stubb> on thc east
side ol Lonsdale avenue, between
Nineteunth and Twenty-first street,
are being removed by the city. ■
They were a source ol great
danger, especially .when the wind
was blowing.
At Monday night's meeting City
Clerk Shepherd was instructed to
write to the B. C. Electric Rai
way Company asking   lor larger
cars to be run.
Thc slumps opposite block no,
on Chesterfield avenue, near
Eighth street; are being removed
by the city.
A sidewalk is being put down on
the east side ol Lonsdale avenue,
between Thirteenth and Fourteenth slreet.
On Eleventh street, east ol
Lonsdale avenue, at the Flat Iron
block of Bruce & Dodds, a sidewalk is being put down.
Do you take The Exi'hkss?
The glorious rains providence
has cheered us with during the
past week has been ol incalculable
value to our city and the province
generally. Not only has it exterminated the fires detrimental to
timber and private property, but it
has assisted vegetation. North
Vancouver soil seems particularly
adapted ior fruit culture. Thc
small Iruit, which grows so easily
without apparent care, has been a
a luacrient crop. Even the wild
berries have given the native
gatherers a good return for their
trouble, and you can notice in any
garden, .which the owner has had
the forethought to plant Iruit trees,
Grown in North Vancouver
Messrs. Burrow Bros., of Lynn
Valley, brought into Thk Exprkss
office this week a vegetable marrow measuring 36 inches in length
and eight inches in diameter.
Some excellent samples of early
rose potatoes are on view in our
window ihis week from Lynn Valley, having been grown on the
ranch of Mr. Geo, Leith. Tliey
were planted on May 27th last on
new ground, and are quite prolific,
there being as many as 45 tubers
in some hills.
North Vancouver certainly has a
splendid location when it conies to
growing Iruit, especially apples.
Some samples that have been
shown lately are worth mentioning, and would lorm a worthy exhibit. Mr. John Lawson presented
this ollice with some lucious
Gravenslcina, which for flavor are
hard to beat.
CRICKET SMOKER AT
LARSON'S PAVILION
Under tlio auspices ol the Vancouver
Cricket club n smoker was given in I.ar-
loa'l linll on the 21st Inst, Tlir rcguln-
lii.ii simply ol cigars, iilpca ami tolincco
•avnn nt tlie disposal ol llioso present,
Mr. John Klliot netcl nn chairman nml
llu' priigrnin was most heartily enjoyed.
Aiiia.iik- liiiim* wlm I..ok 1111 active iwn In
Ilm program were: Mr. I,. II. .1. Mln-
cliiu, iiliuio fnlo; H. K. Kyle, comic
swig; f. ite C. Hoseason, comic recital;
representative Portland Ctlckel club,
speecli; A. lenklnaon, song; !■:. Hepburn,
snug iiiiiI chorus; Charles Nelson,
speech; representative Irom Victoria
Cricket club, speech; |1. Kllllck'a, comic
song; 0. Suno, recitation; A. K. Ci-iek-
mny, song; L). Doughty, song nml chnr-
us; representative Vernon Cricket club,
■patch.
8PECIAL MEETING
OF CITY COUNCIL
A epoclnl meeting ul ilu* city council
was belli in the ciiy lull ..11 Thursday
evening. Mayor Kealy presided mnl nil
the aldermen were piiggcnt,
A letter ivns read mul tiled from ll.
II. Sperling, general malinger nf in.
II. (.'. Eleclrlc Cu., iu which ho stated
hln regret for the trouble mi nue or i.e..
occasion" ol hm. iu , tectlon with the
ear uud lighting synleni iu North V1111-
I'ouvcr. He attrlblljad llu. euljlil) In the
fires around Hustings mid nenr the sei-
ond narrows, Baying that the compan*
hiul experienced aovere loss iu llml
lucidity, nnd Ihnt ns the company were
lhe greater losers ii wns eupcelally to
tlieir inli-resl in k«*t.i> ilu> system In good
working order, which lie iis-uircl would
lie iiinn. ns fnr its it wns pomdblt,
\V. J. Irwin, secretory uf the luiiiril
ot trade, wrote enclosing 11 rcsololimi
passed hy tho Imnrd of (fade ill iheii
Insl executive meeting,
Another letter wns rend frnin the
hoard ol trade acknowledging with
tliunks llie city's npproprintlou of f.'n 1.
he used in connection with ihe repairing of (liaaiise mountain trail.
Mm. Stewart (note making applicu-
tioa for n sidewalk on Tw.cutloih street
before the wet season began, tye ujso
drew the council s uUeminu lu some
standing timber Ui the neighborhood ol
her property which ivns dangerous 011
account nf its inhumed slnle uf decay,
lt was referieil to the bonrd of works
mill .llie engineer,
A iielitinu wns presented from llu
merchants mnl others of tin* clly, urglni
upon the council the Imperial f opeu*
ing up St. David's rond nl leant from
l-'irsl street 1.. Keilh rmld, uud iciu.iv-
iug snme uf lhe obstacles lliul ill pie.-ell
iniiile this rond very difficult of aires*
with Ihelr delivery wngalM, lteferred I.
the board nf wnrks.
A letter of ml via- mul lllfomillllnl
was received, uud filed, from Taylor
1'. 1 n.i I mi 11 & limes, relative to tlu- division nl differeiil properties between tin
city nnd district.
The frontage tux by-Jaw iv.is receive,
buck Irom Taylor, tlrnilbum .V: Innea
who revised it niter ils sccuiiil rcadiug
A number of rtiunges were mnde mel
these were discussed nt lenglh liy lhe
council mnl afterwards referred lu llir
ti'inrd nf works.
The fiie coiilnittteo wns Instructed to
nrrnnge fnr 11 ICptlC tnuk nnd lighting "f
the new file hull.
8UC0E8SPUI.  DAXCI5.
The iliinee given l.y Henry Lnisuii
und Cnnjlil Hi-wit last evening iu I.111-
son's puvillotli was 11 siir.csu mnl thoroughly enjoyed by Hn.se ntleudlng, liar-
Iiui-'h llirce-piece nirliestra sii|i|ilie.l the
I1..-1 ui" music iiiid the pleasant nud sat-
billed look nu Ibe fiiecs uf the dancers
was ample Indication uf the pleasure
they  felt.    The ulteniluljce  WIU lint  so
large  us expected,  but   ii   was   just
about lhe right ii'.'' top cujnyiueul
fresluneiiU were served ut a late
ami i> lute limit was iu attendant'!
Ite
limn
Ni;\v nou,si::<.
BOARD dl'' TRAMS CONCERT
'I'he ,|a|e of the Hoard of Trade run-
ceil has been definitely sellh-,1 upon
mul ((ill be liebl nn Friday evening.
August liutli in Larson's Pavilion.
The entertainment   cpuunlltce,   wiih
Mr.   II.   ('.   Wrighl   in- cbnirinnn. me
elaborating to a great extent mi Ihe
lines  usually   followed    mul  (villi the
Orpheus   Mule   Vol Imir   niuler llie
baton of Mr. John Alexander, th.- talenl
is  assured  lo  lie the best   obtainable,
Tbe program outlined will consist nf
glees nnd pari smik's In be sung by Mr.
Alexander's Orphean mnle vnlci* clu.ir.
Selection* bv n male nnnrteltc mul
aim
Very little labor no snme nf the priti-
clpte streets In X..rih Vancouver would
natal much lu die appearance uf the city
In strangers looking around. A number
of streets have been elenred to their
tlinlls Imt have since been allowed I"
grow up (villi small bushes and ferns,
where the employment 0 fon« mnn at Intervals, Ilnn.ml. Ibe summer months
would keep Ibe boulevards In a very respectable a -..million.
A large gang ol men are now al work
building ronrrete piers lor the new
l,ynh ereek bridge, nnd every effort is
being mnde to havo them completed lie-
lore the wel season sets in.
The board ol trade concert is held 'n
I**,r*wn pavilion on the Nth ol August
Instead of the Jfltb.
Miss F.mmn Thompson, nf PeardoD"
(•Ills, 11. ('., is In the city .and l< Ihe guest
of Mrs. C, Lindsay. Miss Thompsnn Intends spending n week with her friends
here,
NorthVancouver Rowing Club
The next and final regatta this
season will take place on Seplem
ber 14th. The cup presented by
the Hon. F. Carter-Cotton will be
competed for at this regatta
Further details of this will appear
next issue.
Church Notice
ST, ANIIKKW'S I'KKSIIVTKKIAN UIUKCH
SIXTH STRKKT.
Services will be conducted as
usual on Sunday by the pastor.
Sunday school, 2:30 p. 111.
Service at Moodyville school al
7:30 p. m.
I'rayer meeting on Thursday at
8 o'clock.
All are welcome.
Pastor: Rev. J. I). Gillam, M.A.
METHODIST CHURCH,   (HUNCH IIAll.
Class meeting 10 a. m.
S 11 inlay school and bible  class,
11 a. in.
ICvening service at 7:30 p. 111.
Rev, It. II. Balderston, H. A.,
pastor.
SI'  JOHN S I UK KVANOII.ISI, SI.VKNiM
ANII   IIMkiKK.ITII SI'KKKla.
Holy Communion, H a. 111.
Morning prayer, 11 a, m.
livening prayer, 7.30 p. 111.
On the grst Sunday in the month
there will be a second celebration
of the Holy Communion at 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
IIAfTIST CHURCH, ORANOF. HAI.)..
Services conducted by lhc Rev.
David Long. Sunday school at 1
p. m., preaching sstvicc at 3 p. m.
All arc welcome.
\V. .Ni. 1j.iIk.iii-I.nili-} Ims j.ist Id the
...in 1 ai.ts fur Iw.. buildings, One a
residence fur Mrs. .\l. ,1. K0III1, wh.. is
building mi t-lili rn 1 ...I. i.fiwecu Million
nml .lulies nvennes.   The In.use is to be
seven rooms and filled up wiih modern
ciiuveiiicnces.
Mrs. I'.illis entiles from New West-
luinster, and she has, alter living in
Wesiiniiisler and looking "v,,r Yfliieniiver
nmi North Vancouver, decided lu favor
of North Vancoiiver, where she intends
becoming tl fixed resident.
The i.lher contract iif Mr. Lniley's is
nn mlaliliaaii |„ ilie hniisc nf \V. II. At-
kinsnii of Keith rond west. The new
purl is m consist of 11 Inrge living ian.ui
on the ground floor nml Iwo bedrooms
above.
These will mid iwn mme erecli.ms I.,
the large number that are now in cm-,
iu lids clly, nud slllt tite shortage ul
houses here .lues tint seem In be mil
less.
New houses are i'1'.ippiiig up dail.i
over ihe ciiy, and tlie Inrge number nn\i
niuler construction me being rushed 1.
completion belore ibe wei weather sell
in.
'I'he new [ire hall 011 l-'oiulh slreei
will sunn In- ready fur ..iviipatinn.
Mr. M'N'iiir's fine residence mi Slxt!
street Is Inking a more finished Ion'
every day and lhe Inside finishings tt"
be started nl shortly.
A  SOCIAL  EVENT,
A most pleasant lime wai iipeiil ni il"
home uf Mayor Kealy on l-'rlilay even
Ing, when Mr. un.l Mr-. Kenly Imd 1
number uf Irleudi jntn Ihem In ihe celebration uf Mrs. Kealy's birthday, Tli
guests were furnished wiih varied lorma
..( uiuiisenieiiis, dancing, however, being
tlie prevailing feature 4 ihe evening.
Curd,games were enjoyed l.y those win
did imt care I., daiu-e ami Mr. Wrlght'l
song was received Willi ureal Applause,
The house was tastefully decorated Willi
paiper ornaments nml on the vereudnh
ami through (he garden, Chlneao tan-
terns illiiudtiale.l |he place In n very pic-
turesque way. Luncheon uu.l ConM
were served, nml toaati followed liy several present, among whom were some
i.f lhe ciiy fnlliers.
Mrs. Kealy received mnny congratulation! iiiiiI some beautiful lokena ot esteem in lu.ii.ir of the event. Among
those present ware: Mr. ami Mrs, Irwin,  Mr. iiiiiI   Mrs.   Hillings,   Mr.  and
Mrs. .lucks   Mr.  slid  Mr<.  Wright,
Mr. nnd Mr-. Wllllaml, Mr. and Mrs.
DJplpck, Mr. and Mis. I'liillip*. Mr. ami
Mrs. Hunlniry, Mr. mid Mc. Dick, Mr.
and Mrs. JVoods, Miss Smith, Miss
Iteleluiian. Ur. Jojdan, Ur. Campbell,
Mr. linger-, Mr. Loutet,
lt.'i" ami Mrs ,1. D, (llll clchrntcd
(lie se.nnd minher-nry nf Iheii wedding
hist evening. A number nf friend- were
present conatallng ptinclpsllj "f the
members uf Si. Andrew') church choir.
Tin- evening was pleasantly speal wiih
music nml singing. Hefreshiueuis were
served nml many kind wi-h.-* extended
tn Mr. nud Mis. (lillnin f,.r llieir fiilure
happiness.
Tin- district counotl met in the Muni*
ci|iiil liall lu-t evening, lteevc Ma.i pro-
Mil.sl nml uli lhe councillors were presenl.
The minutes of lust mealing were
adopted.
A letter from tlie city council regarding water services in tlie district, stating that tl>,\. will only deal with the
municipal council, and nut with residents of the district direct. Alderman
Kmery was present and made an appeal 1.1 the ci.iineil lo gel a water sup*
ply for Mr. J. Nichols. II was ex*
blataed lo the alderman that the council hud 110 legal authority t" lac inter*
out-ide the city Isiuuduries.
toiincil, who bad full |Hiwer to supply
could best have been served by the city
jucdinriea in Ilm mailer and this object
After some discussion and in view of
lhe dts'ision of tlie city council, it was
resolved to meet Mr. Nicole1 urgent need
by making nn application tu the city in
lhe terms desired, and lhe clerk ym in-
st meted accordingly.
J. ('. Keitii was present and submitted
plan of S. 1). of parts uf distrii I lull
IUL', 013, Ull and i.:'li and gave explanations regarding theni. Resolved Hint the
eiiliineei" meet Mr. Ii.ii. .11, and go over
lhe plan in detail wilh him and thnt
siibfe t tn adjustment ns to minor de-
lulls Ihe |iliiu wa- generally approved of.
limit Johnson was present as requested and gave assurance that lie and Iwo
n.tliei- liislusl lo Inllbl house** in 1). L,
■Mir. as aoon as a road was ois-nisl up
tu give ac.e-s to their lots,
Tbe engineer gaie u reisirt regarding
a road wuntist and rivounucmltsl extension uf Center read from   Seventeenth
strcej  lllal tit  thlullgh gllL'll In give OICWS
lu llie-e parties, and also to Mr. Iles-aett
and Mr. Adams, who ure -ettlers in that
luenlily. !i.-soiled, Ihal the engineer
prepaic specifications for the road, witli
a view to calling lol tenders and Hint
it Is- bud belore tlic neat meeting of the
...lllll'll.
c. K. II..pe wa- heard us in straight*
cuing oi Keith i...nl ..ut   to  OapUaao
load. IteMjIiisl. lhat the survey be inin-
pleled and thnl the clerk prepare n bylaw to appropriate the necessary lands
ami that specifications Is. piepan-d lor
tlie carrying out et the work,
Mr. I). P. Hiililii-a.ii snbniiiii-d plan
of pruisisisl subdivision of tdisks lis lo
III in I). L, IM fur approval,   He agnisl
pirn loj i-'i:1'- a*uaw*lUa**tta *tte*ja** "i
sn- approved of.
School "pen un Monday, The new
nib Iiti. .11 in ll.e Snrlli Vniiiiiuver wlusil
is furl hearing pletloo,  The emtrne*
lurs are hilmriiig very strctniuusly to
have everything iu leadineas by that
dale. Principal lli-nn.-ii has ln-roiue a
permanent residem In the city aud is
erecting n house In Ihe weal end. The
(inures mul feqdpmanti ul (be school,
aye ex-jagied from l|ie east in time for
Installation si lhe completion ..I the
building.
Tlie sale uf Ibe Thompson ldo'-k, re-
purled Intely, hns been rescinded. Ths
deal was nearly ih.-isl by Mr. Thiunp-
-uii lo Mr. Harvey lladib.n lor (he emu
llf   S |a    a.-a     |,„|   nWJ,,,,   |„  M,|||f   11,1 -111111 ^ T-
slaniling the deal was declared off.
Reeve May and parly witli a -iirveynr
drove up ihe Capilano   this   morning.
Their mix-inn bllng ...nliiTle.l will, the
uiv.-y ..f a certain Intel nf lane in thnt
pari of the dislriel, Hist  Mr. Mny Is
Interested In.
LARGE,
Residence Lots
CLEARED ANC ON HIGH OKOUND, IN
NKKIIIIJOKIIMOD OP
THE GRAND BOULEVARD
AT $600 AND $600 EACH,
PALACE HOTEL
KIM  I IIRNIMIID IIOMI   ON   llll   t'ltM
a.   a   >
AN UP-TO-DATE
Tnt'ltlST RESORT
ItsTas: |l.BO l'ER
hay un OT
Special Rates tn lamilies and Regular Boarder*
Halt-hour lurry ennnn'tion to and Irom Vancouver,  lint and cold
water iu every room.   Iletiirn call bolls in overy room.
REDA&ANDRUSS
Sicuxn Stkkf.t,
PnOPRIITOM
•   -   NORTH  VANCOUVER, D. C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
North Vancouver, B, C,
A Weekly  Newspaper.   Publlshod  by
Ths Express Printim Company
Subscription, 11.00
United States and t'oielgn, $1,60
Strictly in Advance
Next?
"Is that the biggest pntnti.es
you can get to put in your
window ?"
"Well, the) are the biggest
we've got in the. window,"
" Humph ! 1 can fetch you
down a 'late: that'll beat thu whole
of them all holler. 1 ken show
you one that did me and my
family lor two meals, and we like
spuds, too."
" Have you any lelt like that
one ?"
"Why, yes, the garden's full of
them."
[Ed. Note—This garden is on
the southwest corner of Lonsdale
avenue and Third street.]
Dates of Fall Fairs
A list ol the lairs to be held this
(all in llritisli Columbia has been
compiled in the office of the deputy
minister ol agriculture, In many
cases the dales have not been
definitely settled. The (airs will
be held at the following places on
lhe dates mentioned :
Nelson September 18 and 19
Kelowna September 13 and 24
Kamloops September 19,20,21
Armstrong,. September 24 and 25
Vernon September lO, 17, 18
Salmon Arm..Sept. 30 and Oct. 1
Kaslo September 24 and 25
Agassi/. September 2
Matsqui September^
Mission  September 17
Chilliwack,. .September 18 and 19
Delta September 20 and 21
Surrey September 24
Victoria September 24 to 58
Langley September 25
Maple Ridge September 20
Coquitlam  September 26
New Westminster..October i to 5
Richmond October S and 9
Comox September 18 and 19
Alberni September 20
Saanich October 18 and 19
Islands September 21
Cowichan..,.Septemberaoand 21
The dales at Salmon Arm,
Mats'pii, Mission, Chilliwack, Surrey, Richmond and Cowichan arc
liable to change il necessity arises.
Football
Dr, Joiden bas a display in the
windows ol bis optical parlors al
Vancouver of strawberries picked
in bis garden nt bis residence on
Second street. The Iruit is a rare
specimen and speaks volumes for
what can be grown in the city nnd
district.
The wife and family of Mr, Turner, ol Moodyville, arrived today
trom Edmonton, They will make
their home on this side of the inlet.
On Thursdny evening at tlie
Hotel North Vancouver, the
guests, along with many friends,
nave a birthday party to Messrs.
Leo Wilkie and 1\ J Coutts,
well-known Vancouveritcs. Mr. j
Kobt. Hryce acted as sponscr nnd
made thc presentation. Mr. Wilke
was given a very handsome opal
and diamond pin, and Mr. Coutts
was the recipient 0! a sapphire and
diamond pin ol a very unique
design. Alter the presentation
speecha, songs and refreshments
were the order of the evening. A
vory enjoyable evening was spent
by those present. The following
were among those present;
Messrs Bryce, Duke, Fyfe, Wilke,
Larson, Urobeck, Shaw, Mitchell,
Koutley, Coutts, baker, Mr, and
Mrs. Bissett, Miss bissett, Mrs.
Larson, Miss Larson, Mrs. Peterson, Mr. and Mn. Stephens.
The llaplisl congrcgntlon bus nnr-
ehnseil through Irwin and Hillings n site
(ur Ihelr church ou the eniithen.-t comer
nf I'inh avenue nnd St. George. The
Methodists purchased a building slie n
short time in*.*, Just one block smith
ul the liiipiisis' property, on the north-
wesl  ner ol 'fourth street atul Bt,
(leorge,
The Cnplulno canyon and dam ni.-
HinU unue popular every day ill (he
uny of attraction! lor Imirisls and n
leasiue ri-soi'i tor picnic pnrlles. The
Cnpllnno tally-ho is doing a strenuous
,.1-iiii'ss 11.uv.'iini: pnrlles up to tho
lilucca ..( attraction, lt plys between
the ferry and llie hotel nt the dam. It
wus estimated that over one thonsnnd
persona went up the Capllaao rond last
Sunday either walking nr l.y some means
..r conveyance.
There are over fifty houses iu
course ot erection within the city
limits, nnd still the demand is
growing.
Every young man in love with a
pretty and incapable girl under
estimates the time it will take to
learn how to cook.
Alilciiiuiii Miner)' nnilclpnU's nuttlm-
up  11  very line dwelling ..11  Eleventh
sn t between St, Andrews and llldgo-
wuy avenues, and next to Principal Ben*
net's residence,
A number nf dwellings are sunn to be
erected ..11 Thirteenth street between St.
(lenrge ami Si. Andrews siieeis.
.\li Ii 11 Mnrkle of Toronto is iii
the iiiy nud is tho guesl of .1. C. William*. Keith 11.11.1. Mr Mnrkle Is
greatly pleased wlih North Vancouver,
nml in nil probability will be n pros*
pectlve buyer In real estate,
A lainily uf callipers trim havo been
tenting nt the bench for some lime, arc
iu iiiif'.itiiiiutc circumstances. They ar-
rlve.i from Manitoba recently, nnd pur-
."liase.1 a bit un which the husband built
a Mllllll Iniiise. What little money ho
hnd was spent mi the lot uml building
innterinl. He hns lieen Inken sick nnd
the wife is iu straightened circumstances,
while tiie husband has been removed to
the hospital. Charltnbly disposed nelgh-
hora nre nsslsitnn the distressed family.
NOTICE.
KfOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
-1-' within thirty dava ifilio party or
parties holding au agreement ol »nlo
ol the east bull of lot 6 nnd tliu
west bull ol lot (i, block 73, subdivision
048, North Vancouver, does not comply
witli tlio provisions thereof contained
therein, tlmt tliu said agrooment will be
cancelled nil become null and void.
W, A.GIBSON,
Nortli Vancouver, August 23,11107.
THE
Frleuds ol John Gibson, son of Ales.
Mr. (libs.iii, sr., received n letter en-
closlng n rli*i|ilii| from nil cistern pnper
with an account of n rncc and lhe cre.lil
given to Jack fur superior horsemanship
in «innm-- the victory over n fasler
hone. Mr. Gibson Is a thnruiuh horseman ami his knowledge will go fnr in
aiding him nt Ibe veterinary college,
where lie is taking a course in veterinary
science.
It!
(I
LABOR DAY
MEETING
Saturday, August 31
Monday, Sept. 2
Public Notice.
MtlTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
*■■' un application will be made by the
undersigned before tlio unit regular
siuiiin uf Uie liuiml of Licensing Com-
iiiissioncrs of tbo City of Nortli Vancouver for a bottle license under
Bculion 175, of tlm "Municipal Clauses
Act" nnd "Amending Acts," Ior tho
promised situate on Lonsdale avenue,
on I,ot 12. block 160, District Lot 27*1,
in tbo said City ol North Vancouver.
Dated tills 9th day of August, llll)7.
JOHN BENSON.
mbb M. A. DOrtNER
Experienced n uslc teacher, graduate ol
Oonacrciory nl Mns.c, Pans, Franco,
will give lulsuinj every Saturday alter
noon ut North Vancouver.  Studio, Mrs.
Anderson's, Thirteenth Btreet, corner
Chesterfield avenue, next to Oburch of
England.   For particulars npplv
MISS M A. DOHNER,
Vancouver, B. C.
General Delivery
TWO DAYS
TWO DAYS
PURSE OF $2,500.
SPECIAL C.   P.   R,  TRAINS
Owing lu il foilunnlii absence .af
... vcr.il ul ■■ Biihir players, llie
\ortb \      niver I    luili.
..:i Sntil I
of Vii The gnme  una  nlnycd
it tlu in N .rlli Vancou-
■ ition  a i. afloat
is In ,,| i   ihl hue the
ii a..   found llml
\        iverltes 1 en
iloln Ihr I.-.ill ivns n
lllslnll
ti ill ippolnl the
mdei    ivere
, llml   Willi
layer, Ihlls  c«*
■
I'he 'I i sl game nnd
-   aa     Villi
i|i,| ivell ;„ ||i.hl Ihem
e will in nil
ll lhe till
.       "
	
i,i. is no n   ■
N rib    n    iver, Mr  I ng,   tb-   Inte
prupi.   ■   having tnhi n ii stnldi n i
pnrliirc for lhc snuth.    lli    :
I...ii ..|..'ii iill summer bill aa Ihi sen.
SOU   fair   11 a ,111.   |S   nVM,   inillllTIIU llll
elsewhere nffcrod more promising re*
turns for In  hind "I business,
llu citj "i Vnncnuvi i ii nl evi rnl
ilrnylomls nl si..I Inictnrnl wnrl; tn
North Vnncnuvi i yi lenlay Tins is tn
bc iisi.i m ih." cnnslrur.iinn nl n bridge
.1, p .. Si an,nu i ink in connection
with the new waier works system
ichi'li is hulls' Installed nn thnt river,
Thi litiintion "I thc bridge will bo
ab .in iv.aa mill a above Beott's ranch.
Mr. Phillip'l letter "re close
season" lor hotels has been
crowded out.
SATURDAY'S SPECIALS
Tetley's 50-Cent Ten for 40c.
"      tO-Cent "    "  35c.
P. W. TEMPLER 6 CO.
GROCERY
Corner  fitb  b\.  and   Lonsdale  Ave.
TELEPHONE 40
A RARE CHANCE
lLive you been to our Uii; Housefurnishing Side, yet?
II not, yon Bhould nol delay   This is positively the
largest
August
Eurniture Sale
bvoi held in ilm ciiy. VV.- must considerably reduce
our enormous stock ol Houiofiirnishingi 10 make
room for new goods. Tliis is your opportunity ot
make a big saving nnd get better goods lor less
money than ordinarily. Wc hope you will call on us
nnd let us have the pleasure ol showing you tbe
astonishing reductions in everything throughout the
store.
THE H01SEFIJRN.SI.ERS
D. A. SMITH, Ltd.
CORNtR ORANVIILI AND IWNMII IK MRU IS
VANCOUVER, B. C.
A. A. CROWSTON
Gli .EaaU  QROKER.
«Ho Nornnv PUBLIC
iNsunsNcc:  In ell Its Branches.
Mining: • Plaosr and Hydraulic.
TiMtrn:   Hardwood. Cedar and Fir.
MANAOta ron thc Commchcisi
PlortCTivt  44ENCY.
Off, ia.:  First St.. E. of Lonsdale Ave.
CUAU/'C   WONtER   DRY
OllA W O goods stoie
Will move to larger nnd
more runrcninut [.remises,
on or about tbe
THIRD WEEK IN AUGUST
with » new and specially
selected idock, which will
leave nobody an excuse lor
crossing the'Inlet. Strictly
city iiricee.
Cor. 2nd end
Lon-naloAvc.   -    N.VANCOUVER
SMOKE *-*•*-£*-.
TERMINUS CIGAR
CLEAR HAVANA FILLED
Al.i, KINDS.
Wines, Spirits, Beer
r-ond—
Temperance Drinks
Popular I'riccs
J. P. TURNER
ilQUOR MERCHANT        PHONE 392
1)70 (irnnvillc Street
LIST YOUR
PROPERTY
WITH US FOR
QUICK SALE
A. SMITH & CO.
JUNCTION   BLOCK
NORTH VANCOUVER.
iMK3M,JK^9ttMI.EM7^AUAAl«AaBBllMflrJ"A IBMlBMMl.^—^—
I      ELDER, MURRAY CO.      j
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*X™mi'           WEEKLY LIST             J-netton Block      g
ntenani                                                                     'Phone 3r
Week 1 nilliui hrpl. Jin.
NORIH VA
Price
("Ml
116..
130(1
Wl
(Ml
300
ITS
8000
UM
Ndll III!
CubIi                                  n-scrliitloii                                  ['.
(1600          nuslncis l.nt In I'irslllliick un First mmot. .'
I'll.          llumni'ss Lots on Flret iitrcel.
'i.'ati        Twu-ruuiiiii* iiu io on Thirteen li mreet, ulu-ati lo Loaidalo
aveeuo, Kii-iiuiiioi.                                            I*
3oi)        Olearert quarter acre on Oheiterflald ivoneo, a bargain,      i
ID         I'ur 70 lum cltiinil lul oii Twiutleih it,, adjacent lo cur lino
100           Kill).lout lol clout- to Lomulult. avenue
(f.         Near iimim-wii Narrow I'ritlRil.  Kmy terms.
401)0          nw aortl iii (Im Ijnn Valley, (iuuil nnicli Unit.
67.',      |    l ,iiiiiaaa ii K...aii Iti.n.l.   H11U111-0 iivit llitcc y. an.
iiiNKBiii rsiAir
12 THE BEST SELECTION OF RE-SALES IN THIS BLOCK
LOTS HIOM  $3'!9; HASH, Site                                   j
WE HAV
NORTH VANCOUVER FERRY & POWER CO,, LTD,
Summer Time Table, 19.17
LEAVING VANCOUVER
LEAVING  NOKTIl VANCOU
CITV
VER CITY:
KTKAMKR
STKAMKIt
STEAMER
STEAMER
ST. OEOROE
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VANCOUVER.
ST. OEOROE,
N.  VANCOUVER.
•6.00 A. M
•6.20 A. M.
•li.45   "
•7.20   "
8,00   "
820   "
8.40   "
H.00    "
1I.H0   "
0.45
A.M.
9.45   "
10.15 A.M.
10.15   "
10.46
M
10.45   "
11.15   "
11.15   "
11.46
11
11.45   "
12.16 P. M.
12.15 P, M.
12.16
'.M.
12.46 P, M.
1.16   "
1.15   "
1.46
"
1.45   "
2.15   "
11,18   "
2.46
"
2.45   "
3.15   "
3.15   "
3.45
"
3.45   "
4.16   "
4.16   "
4.15
"
4.45   "
6.15   '
5.15   "
6.15
"
5.45   "
(1.15   "
11.16   "
6.46
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0.45   "
7.15   "
7.-I5   "
7.46   "
8.16  "
8.45   "
H.15   "
11.45   "
10.16   "
10.45   "
•11.S0   "
•11.45   "
* Not un
Sunday.
LADJES-SHOES BARGA|N$
 to be sold at	
WHOLESALE PRICES
f API    U/ftl FF    THOMPSON BLOCK,
L/\I\L   TTULrL,  LONSDALE AVENUE.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
LOTS
70 x 240
$300
Close to saw mill and plank road ;
ten minutes from car; only $300.
Also a lew [-4 acres lor $200;
terms, 10'^ down, $10 per month.
House to let, 6 rooms, all conveniences ; splendid view. Also
one lor sate; $500 cash and (20
per month.
Two perfectly cleared lots on Lonsdale Avenue
$900 each
WESTERN  CORPORATION,  LTD.
Capilano Hotel
CAPILANO   DAM
Everything new anil modern, affording all the
luxuries ol a metropolitan Itostleiy, Elevation 500
leel above sea level. Ideally situated lor people
wishing an exhiliarating climate, beautilul mountain
scenery ami c.liiiiliing, and good fishing and shooting.
A lew hours from the summit ol Mount Crown and
the Lions.
Tally-ho meets car connecting with 9:15 Ierry,
at liewicke avenue, reluming between 6 and 7 p.m.,
calling at the two canyons and the suspension bridge,
allowing time Ior inspection.
R ATEB :   $a.$o to $3.00 Per Day
HI-IU11AI.   HATHB  TO   CAM I MICH   AN1J    HKUUUK
BOAI1DSK8
DICKSON W. KELLS, Prop.
TKLttl'HONK 104a,  NORTH   VANCOUVER.
_—_z
\
THE EXPRESS, $1 PER YEAR THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
NOSITS1   VANCOUVER
■M MHMnMB ~'-~)
_.
s
We have some lots left In this Original
Subdivision.   Call and see us, and
buy before tbey are all gone.
The Electric Tram runs
right through this property
It is bound to   be  an  important  addition
in the near future
Easij Term*
For I'riccs nnd Maps, apply
H1IIS 111 (lllll 111
440   SEYMOUR    STREET
R, KISIilt I'lOUUIATB, MANA111CK
$4 MEN'S $4 SHOES   $4
%~-
We claim to carry thu hnst
ol this popular priced Shoe in
the city.
Bpx Call 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 limits.
ALL AT $4.00
PYKC'S SHOE STOKE
516 HASTINGS STREET W.
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J.F.TAYLOR,   A. G. McCANDLES.   S, G, SPENCE,
President. Vicc-Pres. Scc.-Treas,
1—
Furnishing
;
1
i
one always likes selecting
lioni vast stocks, Irom a store
that has a reputation fur good
Furniture and Fair Prices. We
have anil we try to live up to it.
No matter whether you require an odd piece or the Furniture nnd Carpets (or your entire home, we can serve yuu
and save you money. Our entire building, with ils lour
great Hoars, is crowded to overflowing with all thai is newest and best in Furniture and Carpets.
You are us welcome lo look as to buy. Drop in lhe next
time you are over.
Standard Furniture Co., Ltd.
1307 lo 513 Hustings St, W„ Vancouver, I). C,
'Phono 100.
_tpm—_>an -1 ~_——__—_ ■■_&—'%——&—vera
School Reopens.
Bchool opened Inst Monday with a lull
equipment nf tonohoni. Tlio grantor por*
li..n of tho at;.v n.i- -[..ni iii olaMlfytim
tli.. .l.ii-i'- which is nmi.. difficult ilii-
ii'iin owing 1.1 Hi,, fml nl i> great in-
1 ii-ii-.' ui pupils 11. children hnvo como
in In.an iln. Halted Hiatal ami eailarn
provinces in Canada, a-horo llie grading
i. -a.ini'iiliiii different to Hi., llritisli Columbian roquiromenta.
Tin- attendance nf puplla won cjcbp*
li..iinll.v largo nml will lax llu- icliool
wnii it- aiMiil nrw addition, Thi- In
aiiiplo satisfaction ol tin- prosperil] and
growth of Iln* .it)- in tlm liml few
mouths ami Ilm Influx i- even Incoming
greater.
Mi. A. llinlilry opened tin- Lynn
Valli'i nlio.il yeatonlay, Tin- mnl fm
,1 larger building »,.*• amply demon-
-liad'il. Si. largo wa- Hi,, attondanco ol
pu|.il- that Hi.- trniteoi (Ind it noco-
«arj t.. ..1.1,iin in..ir oommedloai accem
modatloni in ilm very near future.
Tl"1   11, 'lllllll.!    I,,I'   lltVOlllllg    Ila.'I   '        ila
rii-a-is dully in iphe ol ii,.' number ul
lum-..- ilnn niv i ii*... nml in unlicl-
■ i.'.'ii..,.. A grent majority >.l
ilm huusei being Imlil now nr.' bj owe
om ..f il.." property who Intend 1 eiipj
lla.'lll llu'lll-H'lvi's.    An In.Lll'lll i- lloll'it
dI   11    a.a ill  I iiiiko    '.11 T«."!ii •  '
-irci 1 wlilcli wim \:ia,ii.ai nnd tlio com-
i" Iwclllng «a-   ■
lli   ml 1  in. 11 «.re. nl
llgl'll    |ll    lllllll    llll'    |.|H   I'"' lil-'    I*'lllllll-    III
III   I,
Subscribe lor I'm  Uxpri ss.
Saturday's Regatta.
A scries iif nquntle events were sue-
cossfnllj- li.'l.l ai Xortli Vnncouvor Snl-
in-ila.v iil'ii'iii.ii.ii by tlic Nortli Vam.nicer
[towing i'inli. Tlic c.minimis nn tbe
wntcr were somewhat unfavorable on
ni'i". 1 ..( the liluli wind but otberwlno
11 good iil'ti'iiiniin's n'ioi'1 (("iii- kail.
T'lierc wiih somo uiliuiiuloi'gtniidlng In
eniiucetliiii witli tin- 1n.1ihV11ti1.il of llie
members  s  were Informed thai the
races would he postponed, ns the ivnter
..ai- tluuiglil In hi' lun all,,|ipy. nml Ihls
emtsoil tin' ntlenilniicc la he nmoller
ihiiii ivns niitieipnteil.
The roniltH wore:
.luiiiiii' DiiubleH—•Two l...iiis eiilered,
Cllon .Mi'Milhui nml N. 11. Stafford,
ngnlnsl It. Smith mul M. W. Woods.
Tin1 hitler ivnn.
Senior Knur Onrcil Rutlcr. Killer, B.
Woods mid tvemnn   won   from   Kov,
.Mni*-il  K. Illplnek, .1. ,1. W I- nnd
II. McColl,
Beulor Seulln—-Ilonry WmiiU won
frnin W. .1. Itnil..i' by nlmul n uunrtor of
,1 loiigtb,
tl i. Knee—Lady   and   genlloinnn,
iv,,n hv UeuVy W11...I- mid Miss Mc-
hnuglilln ngolnm K. Dlploek nml partner
ami W. J. Hiitler ami pnrtuer.
The ureasy polo event ivns hy far the
must amusing nml ivns won hy Mervnii
Woods, who suecocded in cnpturlng ihe
Ilnn four times in tuiccessinn ligalmit
once l.y nny nf his competitors wbn were
W. .). Butler, II. Stafford, Pred lll(i-
lock, T.aiii Diplock mnl Henry W Is.
I'lie junior four oared race was won
hy (lli'li McMillan, ('Iiunl llniihiiry. T.
Diplock nml B, Diplock,
,\ uicctlng uf thi' executive ..f Iho
i'inh will he held ihis week t.. decide
ii|ini> ihe dnto i.f Ilm nexl regalia,
I
The Concert.
The Invitations nnd program* nr.' .nu
for lhe I'.iiir.l of Trade concert liy die
Oipheus Male Voice Cliolr, to he glvan
in Larson's Pnrlllou nu ll venlug of
lhe 20th,
Tlic concert, as Htnted iu n previous
issue, will li.i lirst .hiss in every particular, The eh..ir consist* i.f twelve
first lem.rs, clghl sccnud tcnom, seven
firsl'liass, leu see..ml ha-s, nml lhe cun-
.lml..r, ".ir, .lolin Alexander. The program is iiiinle ii|i of duets, nail snugs,
sunns, i|ii.'irlelli's ami choruses nml in—
eludes in nil fifteen selections wltll an
latervnl tietween pnrl nne ami port iwn.
The nilmiwdnn is free and the Invitations
lire lien.'inI.  IllVltIng a-  they  .1..  evelv-
bnily. ami everyone is requested (" nl-
lend uml shniv ihelr Interest in Hu-1 i-
nieivinl enterprises ..( tl'1' rity.
The Board nf Trade illnennllnued iis
regular uiectlngs (hiring ihe minimcr
iimnlhs, lml  will iliorlly begin hi lh'
regular way.   The  wl Hint will be
given In-lay nighl l« the beginning ..f
a series Ihal will In- eullillieled ill Idler-
vals iiudcr ihe aus|iiees ..f (hi- nrganlsn-
llllll.
A Hurry Call*
Tln**pnliro liad a call Wednesday even-
lag about T o'clock. Mrs. 0. A. Liml*
iay, propriotor al n small fruit stand mi
Lonsdale, wns lhe minplnlnant nml Ills
Itorj n.i- la. ll feel Ihnt ll ('hinilllliin
iir..,'.- up iu front "f hin stun- nud after
alighting, got Into complications wiih n
sm.ill hoy who was standing Ihere. The
L'hlnsniaii wns forcing matten somea
ivhnl   (villi   Ilm  hny ami  Mr.   Lindsay
nm t  I Interfered, whereui  »-
Mr. I.inil-ay Infor I the police, eftei
11 hurry run down sireel ihnt tl..- China*
niiii hnd pulled a gun, With llie aid of
. . ,..,,.:.,t.ia* ihe Chinaman wai located
mi ilu* wharf, where he hud driven, nud
Ihere taken "fl his rite nud irrenled nud
-.onrclied. Nol ilniling nnythlng ..( I
ilnngcrous uatnrc nu Lis iierson, iln-
Clilnnman il"-ii eaplnlnul ihal (he weep-
nil ihal hud niaile sliell au etleel nn Ml"
|, al-iy  ConslslCll  nf II  -nuill  Ui.le  I k
vvrn|i|u'd Inin n small piper pad lie
wns llien allowed to go.
a a> I
I .v., noticeable feature* are   lo  be
. n rn ilm eomot ..f Thlrlccnlh sirert
nnd l,..iis.lnle avenue.    Tins., un- Ihe
la.   '.     -ll'll    nl     I'.     W.    T. Ill|'l. I      I     III'"
..Lunik which tb."  council   ire
niacins to il.'" north   nl   Bruec    I
|i.«l.l's sloro  where the facilities  fa.i
a,am nicatinn ivith ntlicr ilrci I   an
ii condition
 -~*-«—-—-
.).,-. llnnii, Mm.i.i   Andrews, John
wliiiim-, tin.'.' Child-tans, .a p I*
i    il. Worship   Magistral*!   Kealj
m ..I... I... nun.-   ii i rnaige "I being
ilriink ami dlsorderlj on H la) altar-
a.    \.. n-.sl plendnl guilt) and   (he
.■a a, , i ,, in,,. ... i.i, dollar* .mil Mel*
.i      .. .■...; aai Imposed li   hl<
a   '  .' ■       The   till.*-   vv.'le
i nd .ml ll        a   I    "..I aeronllngly.
HHUCE' DODDS
GENERAL MERCHANTS
Flat Iron Block, Cor. ft tli and I on.Mlale \v».
The lollowing (|uotations on mir Tins will be found Interesting
to consumers ol that beverage,   We sre ofli tin";
Five pounds ol Assam Pekoe Tea, fi.
Three pounds Ceylon Pekoe lia, '/'> icnis.
Tlin.-c pounds Pride ol Assam, ,<i.
Three pounds Choice Ceylon Oringe Pekoo (veiy line) f 1.25.
These Teas were specially imported,   We ol course Imvc other
lines, such  as Upton's,  Tclley' , Blue Ribbon, Snl.ida and Gold*
worth.
Wi are in receipt ol anothei large consignment ol choice
ALBERTA DAIRY BUTTER
Wliieb we sell at *5 cents per pmiiul, well worth Jo cents per pound
ln general groceries WE I.MAI*, ns our prices will show.   The
consumer is invited to oil anil git nur quotations,
ii 11 is in oca Aim n's mi    'hions 41,
His Worship Mayor Kealy presided
at u s|ii'i'iul meeting of the ciiy council
Imlil Insl evening in tbe city ball.
The Dominion Publishing company
nf Vancouver, publishers nf 11 magazine
entitled "Where Tn (in," wrote stating
lhe objects nf llieir iniigiiine iu advertising Ibe const and asked tlmt the
ciiy nive thorn 11 grunt of nliniil $40,00
per week uml the company in forward
11 supply iif ilu'si papers weekly
throughout tlm country at tlic city's
direction, This wns referred In the
finance committee,
l.clliT  from   the  district  < licit  in
reference t.. tlm supplying water to 1 ra
Nienlla was read. This letter 111 suh-
ftanco nskc.l the ciiy council to put iu
lhe wiitcr connections to Mr. Nicnll's
place and lhe district  would Inke Ilm
responsibility of collecting if neccaanry.
ItefciTcil to the water committee to
have nn agreement drawn up between
lhc tvvn councils and In he submitted
to the couucll lot approval,
Alex. Philip, (.'. H, (■., ivrnle forwarding resolution adnpted by the din*
Irict council ill reference tn settling
several disputed matters between tho
city uml the municipal council by er-
hit nil inn and naked lhat some nne bc
appointed by Iho city with n view to
adjusting Ihe nccessaty minutes of reference.    Lnid over to neat meeting,
llnnoyiuai! nml Curtis, in compliance
with the council's request for 1111 estimate for 1111 nalilitii.il i.f 11 Imlil room il)
the flew fire hall, wrote giving figures
Ihey Imd obtained from contractors.
They also mnde some suggestions for
ilm council's nbservanco. The fire
committee, wns authorised in acl in
ibis matter,
Letter f.iriu North Vancouver Fcrrj
& Power company re letter received In
lll'lll frail 11 lhe dislriel council ill reference to the payment of tho Ferrj
Co.'b rent in the city, Resolved tn
write Perry Co. referring Ihcni In the
statutes of 1900-7 ivhich deals wilh
these iiinllcrs.
Letter fr    I).   Bourdon,   8etmnd
slreet, asking lo have Ilm slreet opened
up iu front of his properly as be intended building; also applied fnr water
connections. Referred to boonl ol
works ami wntcr committee.
Recommendation nf the board ol
works In hnve ii ivagi.ii tract opened
up in Mrs. Kate Bykca' properly nn
Uilh slreet wns adopted,
The septic lank bylaw revised, came
up for iis iiunl reading which it passed
nfler some alterations being mane, A
question arose ns to a rlinrge being
made for inspection ami plans.
The council was divided in lim mnl*
in. However, il was decided not lu
11 inL.* nny charge, the vole standing
Aid, Smith. I'.nicry nnd Crickiiiuy for,
.an.I Aid. Dicks iiiiiI Irwin against.
All. .Inr.lan did not vole.
The bylaw will enine up next Tuesday Inr ils final reading.
The [rentage tax bylaw comes up
again on Tuesday also,
New Block
Tim block to 1.11 erected liy J. ('
Keith ai llii corner nf l-'irst strtil nml
Lmisdiile avenue, will he .1 iplendld addition 10 Oll business quiiilcr of line
city, Mr. Keiil, anticipate! Iba msi 1..
I... in the neighborhood ol fiB.OOO nml il
Will he four slnries ill height wilh "tom
.rn ihe ureal floor ami lulm "f r ai ou
Ihi other three.   Bach ol ths tine, up
per flours  will  Contain light -mites ul
rooms nml each suite conilsllng ol thi
usual number ol bounkttplni 1	
.1. A, McMillan, grocer, will be .me of
ll.e siure I.'ii'inl- and iu nil probability
ll.e p..si offlce, now located In hli peanut 'i  cincr nt I dale nml the
Bsplannde, will l«. contained lu 1 MP"
iiniii- building from hh nia place.
The IKpims Printing Co,, being nn*
other tenant In Ihe building on iim Ba-
l.lannde. will in nil likelihood ra Into
■. f Mi. Keith's .,flic*.
North Vancouver Loan By-law,
1907," for $24,000, Read a first
time.
Adjourned till Thursday evening at 8:30 o'clock.
JAS. GRAHAME & CO.
The   wuler   lUpplj    na*   CUl   "It   W
al.a.ut f..iir hours jmlirdsj f..r lempof
nv repairs,
a. I'..... 1. has laken over il" fruit
stand at ihi t ' bonnlale avenue, re-
,'Mlllv   a,VV I  ll)   J.   A     KnllM.
.1. .1. W 1- .imi -I  C  Williams left
trljr ihi- Ini in Mr WmnU' launch
fnr n il.ree ii.,>-' cruise up ll»we Round
ami adj.i.inl poind.
I .I- ,v  Hn!.-. I.....I builders, shipped
„, .v ga "I ng  v-.-ter.l..y f'T
Ini mnn 01 11 hull H  i'1'""1 "'
it,.-.! f.nia.iv 111 North v aver.
M,   iMhh WilUamann   who   was
laken In lis general hu pilal, Vanenu>
nr. aleaiil  11  wek ni.'.. n- " (■ oil  .•!
,i,,,   ,1.,,in,    instainal it"1" falling
,n Wnllau • whsrl Is Improving nn
.nly.
ii„, y.      \ 1 Rowing • inb's
1....11 house brohi Irom Hi ai 1 -■ In
ve-tenlnv'.  cnle nml   WM driven  U| '
lhc i„.,,ii. „:,,i, 11 mi l,.nieei"l ap I"
 stent,   N i-.ii.i damage wai
iloiif in nny i.i Ihi is.at". bewevar,
\ huih ine fcrota 1 Mar lhe corner
..f   Kleieulll   slid   St.   Ai..liew«  SIKWll
,  ii w 11 stitH-il b) ""in." workmen Hearing I-'-. who 1 Is n Bri lo
hum rnhblsh, when Ihe high wind eami
up ami laiiseii ii I*. spread   The we*
111,'H   I '-l.ll.V      ll"1 S'".l  III
Twn swlllers Ol |n«s WIN lOUUd I'V
in Indian In Kerlh Vas rir, who is
new wnltlna   lot   mini. I....IV   t"   ' laiini
Ihein.       Chill   n(     I'nll.e    Havl.a,     nt
North Vnn.niiv.-r. yeslsi.luv lilephonid
lo 11. lot ii provim lat 1-.. 11 (ft. - r- ■
K-irilliiK (tie logs, sml Ihl miners will
In. I,, pul forward tln-lr elslm
throuah him.
Painters and Pa-'erhancess
Murai. Decorators
GRAINERS      Gl.A21ERS      Sicns
LONSDALE   AVENUE,
Oi'p. 13TH Stuket,
Rolled Oats
flour
Hay and feed
Seed*
All  ORDERS
DELIVERED
ii. Brackman Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Marry Mitchell, local manager,
Lonsdale Avenue.
Fine, healthy Tomato and
Cauliflower Plants, grown Irom
Sutton's Seeds, always on hand.
C. E. JORGf iVSI N
U.ll  llfls-m   mi  1. C. lisi   la.l.e,ur
■raoas wis
Hal.:.... Krl.ltiei, Wtler Ponera, Kallisslsi,
saaj- a .na a ...a, .,, , ,,(  , ,.,,.|t,,i U,,M. M . ,.., ToWD*
•Ilea, Mllllui Clslma, Sub-Ulrllloni.slc.
•II Billion SI* W.,  •  •   VANCOUVER, ll  0,
PATRONIZE
the
BOARD OF TRADE
BARBER SHOP
Imsdalc Avenue,
near corner of First street
BATHS
CIGARS and TOBACCOS
BIRT CAMPBELL
Prop.
B IJ L B S
Irom Irince, Holland ind Japan.
SEEDS,
TREES,
PLANTS
FOR I il I PLANTING
reliable rarlellai it rcisonnbio prloaa,
PUtillsers, it.-.. Buppllea, Bpray Pumps,
Rprailni Material, Out Flnwars, etc.
1..'.".  i" i..1!...!..-I   nursery  on tho
inniiiiHiei ol r.riti.ii Columbia,
I   .'■>. ■: ;>' ll '"'•
M.J. HENRY'S
NIRSIRIIS AND Sll lllllll SIS.
VASCOUVEU.n.C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C.
BLOCK 33
DIST.  LOT   550349
Lots in this Block will shortly
be put on the Market. For
Price List and Terms, apply lo
S.GINTZBURGER
-LIMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
101 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
THE BANK OF      1907
Re-Temperance Question.
To tlm Ktfitor nl The ExpUKSSI
Dear Sir,--In reading your two
articles in last issue, one bearing
upon the idea of an liolel with
license, near our lerry landing ami
ou principal street, 1 wus  pleased
with your article, and think thut
you arc lo he commended on your
stand.    Thnt   ns citizens,  witli
families, compelled to puss that
point so frequently, we do not wanl
uu hotel ut that prominent point.
Upon your other article 1 think
you have used lhe common sense
that, ns a fair-minded citizen, you
shiiiihl have used.    We must not
biggoted   men who have invested  largely   in   property  and
buildings,   disbursing   a   lot   ol
money monthly must he considered
also their interests,    Look at it as
we may, the hotel men certainly
have heen the largest investors ol
private capital iu our city.
A Private Citizen.
EVES & LAWSON
OF THE
NORTH   VANCOUVER
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
\
Have a number ol enquiries lot (lose in Business Lots,
especially on the Esplanade, lirsl and Second Streets|
more especially west ol Lonsdule Avenue.
N. li. —To Owners i It would he greatly to your advantage
to list with us exclusively any property you muy wish to
dispose ol in the above described location at once.
EVES & LAWSON
IIII'II'MI".   III IKK
LONSDAH    V \ I N I ll,
Srlvapm ls|.l.m.«l.> und flril SI.
LEARN TO SHOOT
Sport for young and old.
New lilies; latest electric
targets
Filer's Gallery,
Foot of
Lomdnlo  Avtnus
PHONE 6
P.O.BOX 13
Mabelle Wllliscroft
PIANO TEACHER
Special attention given  to  lingering
uud tone production.
Stiulio".   Second cottAgO, Bglltll Sev-
enteenth, Lonsdale East,
I
UU.
Auctioneers
Accountants,    Auditors    General
Commission  Hrokers
aViol  TSUIC   .-'•Illlt fa
,1
0
ESTABLISHED   1836
Nli ol the oldest hanks doing business in
this country.
.'iii Itrandioi! in Canada mnl tlif lnilfil States,
A general banking business transacted.
MOIICJ' OrilcrS Issued  payable   anywhere   in
Can.uia, United Stale; ur Great Britain.
Drafts bought and sold.
I'lonipt attention given to collections.
Savings Hank Di pnrlmciif.—Deposits of * i. oo
an.l  upwards  received,    Interest  paid  every
three months.
Ollice, Cor. Lonsdale Ave. and Esplanade, North Vancouver, B, t.
II   Iv. liiiim.. Manager.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
n.'.nr  tn   li.i.i ■■ ill il.   lorry time schedule lollowing will
I tain
I'n  i■ SrniT.T
I.a nm   iin. • u-l.mv Avenue at 5130 a   in., (1:30 a. in.,  7:55
ami live minnti ■ I 1 ilu  liom until 10:55 p. m,
I.i av in."   Keith   Kii.nl  an.l   .'"orbes Avvnuc  at 6:00 a.  111.,
a   ,,,   id ,   8 25,   and   .'.j  minutes  past  thc   hour
until 11.25 p, in.
I...s-1. vi 1  Avenui
Cars will run evi r\ lo minutes,
'J^-I    All boat! in 1 by lhc cars.
Motel North Vancouver.
Ottawa Gardens
Ottawa gardens, tlio most picturesque
npot in North Vancouver, is again evidencing its attractions lor llioso wlm
appreciate a line building Kile nml surroundings,   Attention Ims been nlrcad)'
'lrawn to Uie Hue large dwelling liouse
lieiug erected ou llie north si.lc of tlie
Hardens by tlie N, V. Lund aad Improvement Co.,    uud now    conies Hie
statement from Mr. J. ('. Kcitti that
nt nn early date lie lutends commencing
operations mi two fine rcHldcaces, mn1
rueiiii; ihe uiirilens in ilie northwest corner uml tlie ..(tier nt (lie southeast.  Mr.
Keith came over to the ciiy v.-ottt'trtlti*
In Inok nver the situation,   He Ims jn-i
returned  from 11 trip up the Nkccnu.
Shortly belore departing l"i" tlie norlli
took options nn lliese twa. 1 aia-.-a--. ol
i.|i|.||y, nml the fi-rcgiilliii is the ile-
■imi he arrived ft Immediately upon
I....liim* ibe properties ..ver ymttenln*
lie says In' well pnl ii|i iwn Ihuikoh Ihnt
will he in accord with llie beauty "I
Mm gardens,   There ure iniiny who ih
imi rcengulic Ihnt in lhe Ottnwn garden.
Xortli Vancouver siirpasseH Vniiemiver
This iinik is mosl heaulirnlly sltiinleil,
witli it gentle slnpo 1-1 Ihe sniith nml
u.-i. tlms affording the lines! view in
all llie city.   A well graded road de*
I'iu.vs the limits mi either -i-le     Tlie
aiiuplc 11cc.1n1111n.l11ti.111 nf vrottghl  imi.
and wooden shelters, -eai- 111 regular
Intervals around tin- sides and ilm many
.liifeiviit       <-. of shrubs and llowert
tlmi decorate Iho viiolo fn f Iho gardens, iinik* ibis purl nf Ilia clly innul
attractive tn tlioso who wish a fine In-
cull,ui for 11 home,
FAIRBANKS MORSE
GASOLINE MARINE ENGINES
TUMI-BOM 11'-'161!
W. NICHOLSON LAILLY
AM llllll I
Temporary Offl>so—F. Cudney'a
PaintShop, Ksplanade.
North Vancouver, 11. C.
hurWcrgeiml Jiiium Vales
cMiMMiE mill 111'i       oiNiam  SMITH
Horse sHoeiNo 4 specialty
URUENT i'.isks APPLY
••ixtli Street I'ender Street
Nnrth Vancouver      Vancouver, II. C.
R, ll. Tarn, Mgr,
Sixth Streei, NORTH  VANCOUVER
THE   SOCIAL
I l| I' I 01 'I I N 1   01 I ICC
TlliiNK'.'SU
I'nllei'tlnn*. Iln N lll'lllllltr, ele.
All Klll.l-nl Help Sll|.|li..l nil Sla,all N.. 11, i-
II. W II 11 WS
unices 'in Powell St.
VANCOUVER, 11. ('.
v -i ■ * *j
Mn..    * •
MOTEJ-i      P.LARSON,
NORTH VANCOUVER' ft-awir.*-*^
tirand
Tourist
Kesort
Up-to-date
Kates:
J3.00 per
Day
and up
Special
Kates lor
Families
and
Regular
Hoarders
I errs Service Every Half Hour to and from Ihis Hotel
to Vancouver. P. Larson, Prop.
Rainier Beer^
I-   . ■    t|iUMicliing ami
'  fying.   Ki'iiifinlit'i' Ilium's 110 othor
"jusi in 1-1 mi getting Rainier,
PACIFIC  BOTTLING  WORKS
Vancouver, B. C.
Hn.' 1   ■''-'. • Ceylon Tea, a 50c por pound Tea, fi.oo.
Pain  I  llli 1. < linn • . ."j louts per pound.
Red Salmon, hall pound tins, 5 cuts per can.
Mai. .11.un. 61 . ■ nis per box.
i heoi ■. two pounds lor 35 cuts.
Corn Starch, three pounds lor 25 cents.
Pofll and Heal   . Iai  1    izc, two cans (or 55 cents.
Chicken, two pound 1 ana, 35 cents.
J. Xa McMILUN, Grocer
mi   ESPLANADE AND LONSDALE AVB
WANTED—A lady to represent
one ol the oldest houses in the
United States and Canada. Call
at room 2, Thompson block, Lonsdale avenue.
Found—Two hunting dogs on
Sunday, Owner can have same
liy paying expense ol advertising.
Call at this office.
Lost—A gold charm in the shape
ol a Maltese cross, with three
links engraved on one side. Finder
will please leave at this ollice.
Found—A tame magpie, Owner
can have same by applying to W.
L. Keene, Fifteenth street.
For Sale—Breeding pen Koach
Island, cockerel and ten liens,
one yeai old. Apply 2334 Westminster avenue, Vancouver, B. C.
Pasture For horses and cattle
at Seymour Creek, lenced and
plenty ol In-sh water. Apply to
Chid Jim Harry, Seymour Creek.
Found, - Championship medal.
Apply to T. McDonough,  First
street.
As an evidence ol patriotism to
your city and district and in vindication ol your prosperity soli
scribe lor THE Bxi'KKSS, North
Vancover's Newspaper,
Even the man who paid lor the
parlor lurniliire isn't to be trusted
alone with it and a jack-knife, and
nothing to do.
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE, OR
CALL AT OUR WAREHOUSE AND SEE ENGINES
THE CANADIAN FAIRBANKS CO.
 LTD	
MONTIIKA.L TORONTO WINXll'Kii
VANCOUVER.   101   WATBH  BTREET
FOR BEAUTIFUL,.
Residence Lots
FRONTING ON
"OTTAWA GARDENS"
APPLY TO-
ll you are going to Rill D
do any M ill. Al IONS
cnn-mll III iimt we Will
nitve vuu MOMiV.
Plans, lie.,   prepared   (or  nny
style liouse.  Estimates furnished
BUILDERS     6th St., West
A. H. MACPHERSON
CONTRACTOR ANI> BUILDER
NOKTIl  VANCOUVER, ■ • • li. 0,
Office iiuiiii"  nnd stair Iniildiug a
specialty1
Offloe—Corner Lonsdale nml water*
[runt.   Tel. 8.
I
543 Pender Street, Vancouver, B. C.
J. W. BALMAIN
CIVII,   UNO INHICI*!
AND AHCHITICCT
Plana, Quantltloa, Level!
(Superintendence ol Construction
Fourth Strut, Coaxaa Loaanau Avk.
NORTH VANCOUVER,
We Do
Job
Printing)
1. 1
PROGRAM
nvestments in Real Estate to lie ]>rolitalile
should include- sonic of North Vancouver's
Iiest lots and acreage.
2. A Nortli Vancouver lirm for Norlli Vancouver investors.
ii. Buy at headquarters of the oldest incorporated
Real Estate Co. with chief place of
business in North Vancouver.
When you want
a job of Painting
or Paper Hanging
or Kalsomining
done.   See
Hardy & Stoney
Sixth Stkket
NOKTIl   VANCOUVEH.
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO. Ltd.
Corner Lonsdale Ave. mul Fifth St.
TEL, IB
NORTH VANCOUVER
Trade Marks
Designs
.... Copyrights Ac.
A dr..ihi •.•inlhifl n nk-Mrtl mnl il.'«rrlfHl"i| tn»T
'iol---.iv itimlAln nur tiiiltiimi frt« *hi>tti«r in
iiiTfnii'iit i«i*r'>iiniilr pnii-hinh1«. r<imminilch>
ii.",.-'M*-,iTi"iiiiii<.iiUiii. HANDBOOK onI'tianu
iftiitlfrn. (i|i1p« ncfiirr for »ffiiTinit patent*.
I'ntfiii* titken tlimutrti Mmm A to. recelva
n-f.-i.ii n-'iii', wli hmit chflnte, In ths
Scientific American
■nrlr tll-nrtrattas-i ».«»lr. jarful elr*
( nn.-.rl.ntlfl- l.mmil.   1'amt.Ua
& co.3B,Bf"*"1'- New Ypnt
Ilr.nrr,
Thf. ExrRF.ss, Ji a year.

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