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North Vancouvkk, ll.C, Aritn. 16, 11)10
Number 6
Children's   May   Day   Celebration
A STRONG COMPANY
The program lot the May-
Day festivities i.s now rounding
into definite form and promises
to be one of very exceptional
merit. As at present suggested it includes tableaux, ihoiiis
es, cutlass drill, Maypole daiiu ,
Hoy Scouts, masquerade,   etc.
The Committee wish to explain Ihal ihey will be pleased
lo have any girl in tlie city
over live years ol age assist in
the program* A meeting will
be held this alternoon in the
second auditorium ol the Methodist church.
The committee wish further
to intimate that any ladies
having artificial Bowers or other articles thai would be useful
for decorative purposes and
who is willing to loan the same
for the occasion, will greath
assist by communicating with
Mrs   C.  —tt  llall,  corner 8th
slreel and Sl. George's Ave,
or with any member of lhc
committee.
It is also desired to provide
tea for the children who participate in the festivities at the
Horticultural Hall on Mav Day
and for this purpose they will
Ih- pleased to receive contributions ill the way of cake, seniles
etc,
The May Day celebration
should appeal lo p.mills ainl
friends of children, not only because it aflords the children a
most delightful day but likewise bei ause the particular purpose toward which the proceeds
of this occasion will be devoted is especially worthy ol sympathy ami support, namely the
establishing of a cot in North
Vancouver Hospital, to lie
known as "Quel Victoria
Cot."
LAYMEN'S MISSIONARY
BANQUET
The session ol St     Andrew's
ihuiili,  ailing  in  conjunction
willi the Presbyterian Laymen's Committee, have arranged for a banquet to be held ill
the exhibition hall here on Wid-
ticsda-,   lhe  27th   insl,   al  7.30
p.m. Tlic following speakers
and others will be picsciit to
take part in tin discussion of
the different matters thai will
tonie   before    the    assemblage
Prol Pnlgttiii, D.D., "i West
minster Hall,  Captain  J.  .'
Log.ui, Dr .1 tf, Macintosh,
Aid MiKcilinic. Ml) The aim
will be lo look at the Interests
ami work ol lhe church and its
mission agencies (rom the lay-l
men s point of view. The ex-;
liibition hall has Ihcii second
lhat all mav come.
WATCH FOR Till- TAG
STEAMER LEFT
After being tied up at lhe
Cates wharl for nearly a
month the S. S Klsa weighed
anchor last evening about 11
O'clock and crossed the stream
to the Vancouver side of the
Inlet where she will complete
loading her cargo which is
scattered between the Hcallev
Ave Union Steamship Coinpanv and the Evans, Coleman
and Kvans wharf. The cargo
is consigned to the Northern
Light. Heal and Power Com-
p.int near Dawson Alxwt I,6oo!
Ions of the plant and equipment
w.is takiii on this side of the
Inlet during the past 20 days
and the balance which has ln-eli
lelt lvmg on the Cates wharl,
will be seowed over to lie loaded at the south side ol thc harbor.
Oue ol Uie most encouraging
signs of the substantial progress ol North Vancouver is
found iu the growing inclination upon the part ol strong
and successful linancial institutions to secure a loot hold ou
the North Shore. The latest ol
such institutions to establish a
local ollice is Canadian Financiers Limited. The annual rein, rl ol this company, of whiih
Mr. Patrick Donnelly is president ami Mr. R. L. Thompson
is local manager, was submitted recently and shows a net
prohl for the year of $58,788.81
and this amount together with
net premiums (rom sale of
shares gave the handsome surplus lor the year of f70,831.76.
Aller making provision for bonus io employees, dividends,
bonus to shareholders etc., the
sum of 130,600 was added to
the reserve, still leaving J6,-
,71.50 to bc carried forward to
prolit and loss account. The
company employs a resident
agent in Great Britain who devotes his whole lime to the interests of thc company. The
local office is at No. 14, Lonsdale Ave.
Lacrosse Meeting
A meeting of all those ilitti-
csted 111 this popular game will
he held in the muniiipal hall
on Monday evening at 8 o'clock. From a very small canvas taken recently in this behalf it was found thai the Ain-
bilious City contained quite a
number of the stick artists who
.in only waiting the eleilin
touch to spring into action
Among those who have already
evidenced a desire to enter the
game in this city arc a number
of lirst-ilass players who have
figured prominently in senior
leagues in the east and elsewhere. A cordial invitation is
extended to any wishing to associate themselves with a local
league.
Local and Personal News Items
NKW CHURCH SITE
WATCH FOR THE TAG
Tin Hoard of Managers oi St.
Andrew's Presbyterian church
has concluded to establish a
second congregation in the city
and [or that purpose a suitable
site has been procured at the
corner of 24th street and Chesterlield Ave. Thc new church
will be organised for the present aa a mission station and it] dies basket ball team. Among
is hoped to begin holding scr-i those present were : Wiss Mm
vices about Mav ist, negotia- Mian Mary Laing, Miss Muriel
tions being at present proceed-it, Sullivan, Miss Vera Scale,
ing to procure a temporary use] Fuller, Miss Kdna Hay, Miss
of llu- Horticultural Hall. 1-annv Seale, Mr. Keeler,   Mr.
Hem-   Woods  and   Mr   tf,   .1.
WHIST PARTY
A very pliaiini progressive
whist party wul given by Mr.
and Mrs. Gwei at their usi
dence 011 Keith load 1 uesday
evening in honor ol Miss Vera
Scale, who leaves for the casl
in a short Ume. Five games
were played in sll and the count
showed th' wiuncrs lo be : Ladies, first, litis Vera Scale ;
gentlemen, first, Mr. Henry
Woods, and consolation prises
went to Miss EJna Hay and
Mr Keeler. A dainty repast
was served intermingled with a
number of songs by Miss Mary
O'Sullivan of Vancouver. After the customary exchange of
pleasantries following supper
the gathering dispersed with
UlUy well wishes lor the suc-
ess ol the Norlh Vancouver la-
WATCH FOR THE TAG
Butler.
Mi ,1. tf, llayw'orih has re
moved lo hth from 14U1 slreet
east.
Mr. David Evans ol Vancouver has rented a house on llth
streei near Ridgeway.
Mr. C. A Moore ol Wee luu 11,
Sask., lias recently pun based a
house on 5th slreel Ileal
Cjucclisbury Ave.
Mi. C. li. Melville and lamily liave moved inlo their new
residence on Third slreel 11e.11
St. Andrew's Ave.
Mr. C. A. Lindsay and l.m.
ih have removed to I2lll street
mar St. Andrew's Ave.
Mr. Tl.os Lenigan is electing
a house on n.3 properly ou the
Keith road near Jones Ave
Mi. and Mrs. B. Gilbert,
whose marriage was taiwi'trH
just   recently,    have  taken    a
suite iu thc .lunction block.
Mr. and Mrs. Porter of Scc-|
ond street left on Thursday lor
a summer vacation at their
summer home al Otter, It. C.
Mrs. Walter Owen and lamily
arrived in thc city yestcidav
irom Atlin and will be ibi
guests of Mr. and Mrs. I). G.
Dick of First slreet lor an extended visit.
Capt, Otto Huchhal/, late ol
Valiiouver, has renlcd a house
on St. George's Ave. near |ll
street and will move in shorllv
Mr .id Mis A. I MarMc,
recent arrivals irom the North
wesl, have lcaseu a Dal in the
block All) Lonsdale Ave ,uid
have moved in.
Mr. .lames Miller ol Moodyville was one oi the few eacdeee
lul nimrods wnh ihe hook and
line lasl week end, wluii he kill*
ceeded in pulling out no le I
than iluriy-live line dciiians 01
the waler iroiu a small etfcaui
not lar irom the city. Mr. Mil*
ler could no doubt, have a
greal many friunds dicing the
lulling season il he desiied it.
WATCH FOR THE TAG
BUSINESS  LOCALS
WATCH FOR THE TAG !
Jack Loutet and N. Lonsdale
Elder Murray Co. lire insurance
FOR SALE-Agreement ol
Sale on Lynn Valley acreage,
dated Feb. 10, iijio. Value,
J;jo, 6, 12 and 18 months at 7
per cent. A. E. Waghorne,
North Vancouver.
Dressmaking—166 2nd Wesl.
Mrs. P. Kiser.
I ANTED - An     experienced
general servant.     Good wage-,
will be paid.   Apply Mrs. A. F*
Kealy, St. Andrew's Ave., ne.,
Filteenth Street.
WANTED-Ckainberinaid
Palace Hotel.
WANTKD-Girl    lor   general
liousewotk    Apph  lo Mis    W
II. Parkins, Snond St  east   ,,1
St. Andrew's
LOST-A    (ox   ternei    dog,
marked   Wack a-)d whit',    Htd
answering    to   thc    name    ol
"Sport".   Reward on return lo
IP   Larson,   Hotel North  Vancouver.
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THE EXPRESS
MAY QUEEN COMPETITION
Tlu lollowing aie the nominations (nr May Oueen (or  if-10-iyii in  order
whuh thev were received sl tins ollice:—
MARTHA JOHANSON
YVONNE STEVENSON
GERTIE COBURN
IN ORDER TO GIVE OPPORTUNITY      TO      OTHERS
WHO HAVE BEEN CONSIDERING THE  HATTER,  FIR
THER      NOMINATIONS    WILL   HE   RECEIVED   IP  Ti)
UONIIAV  EVENING NEXT
Conditions of Balloting
I. Beginning with the present edition a series of three billots will be published 111 each issue of the Kxpress up to jnd including Tuesday. May 3rd.
BALLOT NUMBER ONE is good for OM vote, and may bc cut out and
deposited by anybody, with name of the candidates for whom the vote is
intended, written in the blank space, reserved for the purpose.
BALLOT NUMBER TWO counts (or thirty (30) votes and is given with
each paid new subscription to the Express for one year, ln order to be valid,
this ballot must be signed bv the Editor of the Express after which it may be
Tilled in in favor of the chosen candidate by the owner and deposited.
BALLOT NUMBER THREE, counts for ten (io) votes and is given with
m, li renewal subscription to the Kxpress for one year. This ballot likewise
must br signed by thc editor 111 order to be valid.
THE
POLL
IS
NOW
OPEN
Ballot boxes will be placed ai the lollowing places throughout the
city:       Jt.   V
THE LEONARD .1. SALE CO , Stationery.
MISS B. CURLE, Millinery.
N. V. PIANO COMPANY
P. S. THOMAS, Druggist     f *'f lf-t'311      .
W. and C. I. HALL, Oncers
D. C. SCOTT, Grocer. » i f ft)
Ballots will lie collected each Tuesdav and Fridav inoiniiig, placed in
sealed envelopes and conveyed lo the otitic ol the EXPRESS wlnn
they will  be loiinled bv the lollowing tommittcc
MAYOR tf  H   MAY
A.   R.   STEACY,   Ch.1it1n.111 Sihool Board.
C. G. HEAVEN,  Manager Bank of Hamilton
The progress of the ballot will be duly announced in each issue o( Ihe
Express
4. The ballot boxes will be finally close it six o'clock p ni on Wednesday,
Msy 4th and the final result will be announced in the Express on Friday,
May 6th
PRIZES
In order ol precedence according In the number of votes polled bv each, the
successful candidates will bc allowed lo select mv om of lhe (obowing prizes
1 An order on Miss B. Curie's Millinery Kvtablnhment (or a hat, personally
selected and specially madt lor the winner
2. An order on the Norlli Vancouver Piano Company lor a full sued violin,
good quality and tone, with bow and case compleii
3. An order on Thc Leonard J Sale Company (or a number 2 Bull's Kve
Film Kodak. 3':x3j4 inches.
4. An order on the firm ol J. J. McAleece (or goods to the amounl of $750 to
be selected by the winner.
The above are all valuable prizes, the aggregate worth of which is approximately forty dollars and arc in themselves well worth the effort that may be
required to win them.
THE EXPRESS
May Queen Competition, 1910
BALLOT No. 1.   One Vote
Deposited it favor nf
Miu
THE EXPRESS
May Queen Competition, 1910
BALLOT No 2.   Thirty Votes
Deposittd its ftiwi ty
Miu —	
Endorttd  ■	
Editiir
THE EXPRESS
May Queen Competition, 1910
BALLOT No 3   Ten Volts
DtfOlitti in I'mor vf
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;_!-j-;-H**!--l-+!-l-HH-i**!-i-K--i**W»HH^ KWeTI  on thi Hsplanade,   ist,
+ 2nd and 3rd streete, uuder  lo-
.  . -       rs* rv /> 1      i! cal improvement on the couu-
:: Shaw s Pioneer Dry boods :; iai^ **-
Gent's Furnishing and Fancy Store.
.m.l l,a>i,.*l.,:* Atf. !i-tiil,li-ri.*,l IB06 TelciilinueM
1 lur ipi' iall loi this tn ek are as follow
Whits Flsnm letts 1 1, 1 j;. , 15 an 1 jocti \* 1 yd.
• Bi lutilul lim - "
Brown Boyi' Suits.
.unl ninii drill	
lima   Sadoi
ill    II,III     llllll ' 'la  la
   fa. so t<
1  Butter
$3
' Ami -|     a     :    > noted it uul 1 ouiplel Iini "I
I.. a*     11,1.1.. I ■ a *  and  lulauti It..    .
imi at pi       ll lerati
•  Prinli and Duck ip cwlb
tu quailu. and di n9n, pi 1 "I
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DRESSMAKING  n the Pren.i*cs
Martinson & Co.
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seal tin- meters l*mn used in the
Both reports were ed
Forbes Ave. 10 cast oi St. An-
+ drew's, total cost ^10,900,
!/city's proportion 800 ieet, Ji,-
•• 585, liuiitiu-; property 4,000ieet
II >9t3ISi cusl lHl' luul' ^2 i i''r-sl
• ■ street, Forbes to St, Patrick's
;; Ave., tuiai cost $18,635, city's
.. share i.ibo leet, ii,r)2D, troiit-
" ing property 1 V"1 led, (i6k-
.. 305, cosl per lool, >J ; Second
" street, irom Forhee to 300 feet
.. cist ui St. Andrew's Ave, loir lal cusl (14,815, city's shale
II 980 icct, >i,Win, fronting pn,
j[ pclty 7,810 icct, $lj,155i cost
!! per loul , 1.70 , Third street,
11 iiuiii l''uilns and lo cist ol Sl.
!!  Andrews,   lotal   tost   (31,875,
• • city's wen 930 leet, $4,555,
II Ironting propert) 7,630 bet, district
•• (17,310, cost per loot (a, Tin opted.
II lUe oi tlm work w.is figured oal . The nre end nghl report, re
•• .ui a j. 1 ye.a basis. Thc report commending e street light near
il «ss held ior relerence. St. .lolui's >Iiunii m.is l.ii.l ova
+    T. C. Holt wrote stutinn iimt  tor ,1 week to alio-- tin location
^HtHWIIIIIIIHIHI IIH^HHHH-H'H^H'H 1 Bomber ol reeideata ea  jth heiag decided npon.
 — —   slreel had made an Ulisuciesslul      A resolution of sympathy w.is
.    . .       ._.    - . ' trial 10 get ihe requisite num   passed unanimoual
Council in Regular Weekly Session l;;:,;!,^^
jth streei lying between  Mahon province.
Tin   regulal   Monday evening ."err)   and  Ut,  ('.. 11.   Uurden and (Juec-nsbury   Aveinus,   had On    motion
meeting of the Citj Council wai had been delegated to inUrvic* bow asked the council tu pm- Schult/  and McNeish tne Ma
as usual well attended bt .1 lull the cm council in this connec* need on their initiative. Alder- yor   was requested  to «ul  .1
in,nst ,.1 apectatora.   Bu Wor- tion.  Air. Pert) and Ur. Mor- man  Fowler  considered   that public meeting  tor   rhursday,
ship Uayoi  Ua)   was ia  the dcu, who were present,  stated Keith   road   ought   to receive Maj 13th, to consider plans Ior
diair .unl .di ths aldermen wen lhat good work bad  been ac- first aitc-ntion being as it wu, the Dominion Dm celebration
presuu.                                compMed 1.1st  u.u  by  ilus a   main  artel]   through   the Another resolution was pass-
A lar**! amount ol com-ipon* mode ol Bdvertisuuj and now dty.     The  matter  vaa laid ed iaatwetiajr the eity defk to
dence,   ik  tailing  ol .. public lhat the M)   was altering  on over. invite Hon. Mr. Bowser to ilus
meeting iui iln purpura  ul  ,u- an era ui prosperit-  u   should    A naasbac ul petuions asked city in connection with ihe c*
ranging plane lur Dominion Oaj nol to allowed to drop,           tor the   improvement   ol   5th tablisuiaeul  "i » Land Regia*
.iMi.i-.iaii,   v.    ,;.   da]     SoTUl     ll   wai i.\plaini.a| that   while street llolli yueensbury Avt   to  Iry olhce here.
Vancouvei has appropnati I loi good work was done laat year, Hendry Ave.  The petition nil     The council
us celebration,   ends length)  We  experience  gamed   thereb)  ed ior ihe opening ol the street, committee ol
Our 50ft. Lots
In D.L 2603 ire cheaper than Lynn Valley Acreage.   Onlv
$130 each
I'usli $2"land sio monthly
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C.
Plume /;.;. P.O. Hin 71
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V.. I'.. Tatlow,
a|  lm.nice   of   the
of    Aldermen
Special Offer*
Double corner Lots 13.uul 14, block 14. I' I. 175,
Price 1350a   Caih Si 500,   Balsnce6snd timootiii,
Single corner Lol 13. block 12, U. L 273.
$15011.   Cssh $800,   Balsnce 6 sod 12 months
Single cornel Lot 13, block -*s. \> L. 173.
si*i ,11   Caah 1700.   Balsnce6and 12 months.
Lot on Btptaaede, Lol 56, block 166, l> L. 274
Jtiooo.    ': CSsll.    Balance b, 12 and ll months.
I ol 13. block 31J, D. L. 54H.
I'n,, Woo   CsshJ130,   Bslance6snd 11 months
reporl on sewcragi Irom tin
dty engineei acre among iln
principle nous ol businet
Willi.
I iit taiifcspuinuiiit it.nl and
dealt with was ss loUows
Lettei irum Mrs. U   V Pea
,t\   ixp" .".ng   hei thunki it,1
council ■ snip,illlt   in inr latt
sad bereavement,
II. S, 1 lyley, "itiait pro
icm ot the mainland uuiversii-
commiltce, .1 '.visetl that .1 juiui
UliellUg ol the lepresilllallMs
liom dill lhe m.iUilaJi'l Uiunici-
padillc-. lnleiivsUd woubl U held
;n Vancouver un Apr. 12nd an .
•h.ii 11 -us tknrous ol having
the Ma\,ir preaatta   His W«
ship  delcgalcd   Aim nn.in    Mi
k'.u m his stead aad appointed
Aidiiniaii  SchulU >>> u; 1
■ lie cuuucil.
The Nui ili Vaacoavei   \ acbt
l lllll    WTaalt       a.sklllg      tll.ll        till
itreet end bi cleared i"  allow
l lu Ui lu Start building thin
proposed l.uiding.  Helen*
Huold ul Wulli.
Indian Ageetl McDonald Iw
llllllll     a       VUp)      Ul     .1     l<S,dlll|la|l
ed l<\  .1 uiajuiity  ol   tlic
llialc lllcliibeis ul lhc   Npiainl-li
uiIh-. Soith \dncuuwt minion
w 111:1 i.y they agreed lu allow
tm .ity 10 extend I Imd street
through thin u nu* on lln
conditio! that ihe cit) gi\i
theni im water 111 ui,.., laps
.mi in perpetmt)
aud -  w, li
IJ signaliin • I** :hc ii lulloii
and Mr. McDonald advised thai
the original had beea leeward
ul to Uttav. a lur ..:
non.
u.iii.iu  Shipyerd   1 ou
adviM-d   'h.,t   iluii   insurance
coapaa) wi l i pceii 1 lhat Um
citj   1*1,1.1   .1  hydrant ,'■
I [ar,mis- . .,. .1 11,t oi
I lottctioii.   It v.— reii 1-
1 in-     walerworl nitiei
tt uh powei 11 act.
A.   I'hilip.   C.U.I
1   ih.    ,*,ini   mlc   .id-n<
"iiiiliutlit-     .idvis-d     Ike)      «
i.i-eting  sad tten htld last Sat
urdsy aid lhat in ordtr ti
1 a,d wnh tlm w-nrk ilus ' . ,1
w.is   neicssaiy   to know     hue
iiiuih   would   be   forthcoming
itaiin public Institutions m  thi
utv.   id lUtad that Hi   \ 11
ih.-n   wenl into
the whole lo toll-
would   add   greaUj   lo   t&lcc-natructioa'oianumber ol cul- «Aet 1 bylaw establishing   .1
a.u *. racceee. wrta, u trussing over the gull- permanent grade on Ik Kaplan.
Ua motion oi Aldermen l.w-.ik aml ' lwo 1'la"k M,U',lk  ■* '""i ' "'"",H'r "' "l'"'r'"'"'
and    McKae,    aii    immediate iefcrred   l0  1!oartl ul   **- r** 	
graat ui >2ou was authorized wU* l,uW(:r l0 act-
and anothei ol fcoo a liltU lat-    A luCld ""provement peUUon
r. McMillan & co.
Real Estate and Insurance B okers
4 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 197 PO B.* 15
ti on.   L.ul years ci\ie   duiia-
Uon w.j. (50a
Another lettei Irom Ur. I'hil
ip advistd that relative lu ni
tain   itsoluiiuii   oi  ihe   tiit
vuiilicll passed ic.iiilly  tlial his
council   wen   witling to hav«
conveyances asked iw executed
iinir solitiioi   had
p.issed oil lliem ; alsu lllal   the
ct w,,s willing iu co .a) a
.iu iii the mallei ui providing
iur connecting loads between
iln cit) end district m eny iuw
plans oi subdivision which wen
lubmitted, ilui the district was
to instal .1 nuiiiln-r oi ot
nr meters   as reqneated   aad
it,r the clearing and grading ol
ud slreet and the Living "f 1
it-loot sidewalk 00 both sides
ol the street lioiii St. David's
and to lhc cily liniils was tcu-
1.0.0 p.
Norih Vancouvrr Lodge, No.
55, meeti every Tnurada) tuning, corner Lonsdale aunuc and
Ur ol signatures *vcre allachi I,
Coum ill< 11 Bridgman «.is pre
st-ni  on behall  "l  the   Konli
\'ancou\er  Land and Improvi
ment in connection with making
.1 jug at llie corner oi lhe   boa
levant   and   :ist   sired   wht i'
the   stn-tls iiow intersect al   .1
rock   bluli.      Mr.    ltndgiuuii.-,
proposals were accepted.
Mr.  A. G. l'urry drew ,i;t. 11
tion to sonic latrgc stubs  ihat
that the damage iota  tu  Ik wi.rc sUUih|    ilt)sl. U)  , ,,„,
dale aid ii-.ii, 1 rth street sorth
aiid iiiilaiigeiing  bulb lile   and
property.   The mamr was  referral i" ihe boaird oi work *
lhe  Nurlh   Vancouvei   Land I
unl Improvement Luinpanx ai
ned ami relerred io the city Ip__\ itreet, at t o'clock. Virib>
lerk io m 11 ibe mpieita num- h| ,)lctlllt,n (or(|jaiiv i„v„C(i l0
attend. .1. Kelly, N.I'..; A. T.
Kennedy, Rec.-sec.; J. IL I'il-
lia-r, Fin.-scc.
Garden, Field
and Flower
StEDS
New crop now srriving Irom out irowen in
England, France, ILilUnil, Csesds and tns United
St.iiev     All   leated is  le  eitslily   and  purity  nn
arrual     The lest  \t good   en,,null 1,1  oil  i"~lii!iii*ls.
Calslo|(iie Iro
BuiintH will In continued al oui old utand until M.n \ii,i ihat 1*1 11 u location, whiih will b<-
announced Liter.
Addrest:
M.J.HENRY,
3010 Westminster Road
\ ancouver, B.C.
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ported lo iln propi 1 anthorilii
iin whuh a,.,-ui wai iiiii;,
to tin comimllc- ol the whole.
with power to ael.
A pros^etivc buildci on 'A,si
knowledged city's williugi.es*. to \m Au.  liudc a a,iu,s,   ,;,al j;;
agree tu pay the company .1
l:.a lali ■ I flOO per atlt 1**1
a'l'tUlllg    Slltll.s   ill    I).    La  .Sll*
lhe   COinpaa)    advised    ihal
lhe)   wuulu   accept city   ililnii-
i'cr cent.
I luel  Prime .uked toiin-
ttisurn Ave l-c extended Irom
i.^rd to .'jth streets to al
low him lo gel in building material. Keierreii to tin Board
ol Work-, wltll power to all
lur tenders lor the works.
Thc  following   plans    were
passed    lols I all,I I, 1).  L.  l.\a,
dl lu provide the brigade   willi j), _. i-j,, lots i .uid 32, lot o,
antra equipment  ai ea earij ;d. l(. bin, and block 140 1). L.
<lali so that llu  i"i"  would 1„
plop ily     outfitted    sliniil'i   .111
outbreak ui tuc occur,
Aldt 1 man ioul. 1   stated llial
llll     lllMIKeM   Will oh
..  landing ia thi a t
iiniii'di.ite   at Hon   in  llu      .
g.itd.   L waa laid i-\i 1
\       , .Hn ia ,11   paaaed    at    a
iiunl   nm nng  oi  the  V   V
Ratepayer!     taeocialioe    was
la,ial   .,11,1    Wai   HI   ' Ut't    iii.ii      III
;iu   opinion  "i  tin
n wni advisable in appoint   .1
,,,n   to nil Hi,  ,*'!,.,   a,t  13th    tr.ci  I, opened up    ..ml
•■■r    ud   that    'lm   ,1,-il   ,'- -'"hruson's request   lor
WOUld    reii.niin.lial      Aldeim.ui  U"    «P*j"l   "P   ">   Kldgw.it
Sthnhi lor the posriioa. ll wai Avt- u> ills l'r"b"^ reeeiii at
iinin . io ti,, .. inmlttei ul Hi.  tejition.
Aldi-nnaii     Sihult/.   lepo'i'i
ihai the toiiimiii" composed oi
I    .   .   ■ a .
lolll'lts     oil    lilt
llie draii almost reedy lot  the
main features oi the g.i
545-
K. Nelson's hiulti ni Woo i"r
lhe the charing, grubbing and
gtadiug* oi i.stii street, .'| leal
\i|,In ftom Sutherland to Kulus
Ave. was accepted.
The Hoard ..t Works' financial
stat.iiunl ol ^587.13 and the
waterworks statement ,.1 >:.,s-
i.i wcr. H-ad .unl paaaed,
The lollowing wen in unintended by iln board oi work.,
coiuuiiii..     That commnnka
lioiis with St Agnes church on
whole.
The* cit)   '-iiglli'ir  i. |'"lled  ai.
instruction   oi Alderm.ui lrwm .md himsali bad
DISIRABLE  PROPERTIES
REASONABLY     PRICI
S.I ■     ■ • M43.75,
' ll and ji n.nntli..
N. aj    1 bl.- ('..mrr lith lad *'.   Imll   ■ I'n.,*
UM I- in*,iill,•
i   ■    ii rarMh,,iii S'ltii.r inil -I--lllsUi   1
••.t'ti. balai ad 11
1 ■■■• ■   * 1 Mn
1 . i.o.-
New location. We-l ol the Pnko M
Thacker, Thornton Co,
Telephone  110.
ii.ui
chisc and ih.it il would be «b
mittcd io council nt an i-arl)
date.
On inoiioii ol AlderiiiHi la,tiler and St huh/., it was resolved to adopt Aldeilii.ui 1- win's
suggestion to cle.u- tlu bottle1
vard on all streets running ■ .ist
ami west for a distance ol two
blocks on both sii lis ol i ina
dale Ave. and also in ironi ol
piopcity already improved.
The    waterwa.i iltefl
ncoliillieuil.-d that 1' 1' Il.i.
be rendered wnh al accouui lot
M ;s for tost of repair .>t ,,.image done b\ "ti, .al I,is , * III
thc ciiy l w.it.r pi|n. ih„i a
temporary connection U i,
to Y. B. Dav Inr dofike] engine
pnrpoaii •in'1 laal tbi * i
Mlontro*se
Terrace
The Cream of D.L. 553, North Vancouver
There an- nol very many ol ihem, but you still have a chance
to -secure one of these ideal homesites
50
40 to 20-foot Lane with
$150 Gsh
Balance spread ovn IH months and the total price is $525.
Tlu sc lols, slashed and burned, and requiring hardly any clearing, are situated on an open
Met They command a beautilul and uninterrupted view of the harbor and the south
cily and are only three blocks east of the Grand Boulevard and tramline.
The Price and Terms are exceptionally  low and easy
THE BRITISH AMERICAN
TRUST CO., Ltd.
Williamson ft   Turner,   Managers,   Real  Estate  Depattment
431 Seymour Street Phone 720
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haleij'-* Comet
And the N. V. CITY BAND
Will be at Ihe
Kandie Kitshen
Saturday Night
At 8 o'clock
YOU'D BETTER BE THERE!
ST.   ANDREW S   AND CALEDONIAN SOCIETY
The regular monthi} Besting
of thc Sl. Alldrcwi's and Cale
(Ionian Society was held last
Tuesday evening in the Eagles'
hall and assumed a scmi-publii
lorm with the presence ol the
lady Iriends of the society. The
president, .Mr. A. Philip, presided and there was a large attendance ol members present.
A report was received of the
success ol the Oddity dance held
m the lioriiciiliural hall recent-
i, and au expression ol satisfaction was voiced by the members in that behalf.
The organi/jation papers ol
the Caledonian Hall Coinpam,
Ltd., were submitted and adopted and authority was giVcO
lo hale the incorporation coli-
i ludcd as earlv as possihh
Arrangemmits wire made for
a meet Illg   ed the ladies   to   be
hold in the club rooms lor the
purpose of organi/iiig a ladies
auxiliary societi. Aller the
iiading of a paper by Yiu-l'rr-
sideiii Murray on Scottish char
acteristics, an exetIhni program of songs and recitations
was provided by a number of
the ladies and gentlemen present among whom were tlie following : Mrs. Campbell, Mr.
and Mrs. Baldwin, Mrs. Simpson, Mr. K el las alld a recitation by A. 13. Stevenson. Mrs
Philip favored .the assembly
with a number of selections on
the piano. Tho balance ol the*
evening was then given over to
a merry hop which was enjoyed
by all present until midnight.
HOUSEHOLD HINTS
Current Bun—This i.s a
Sa.otch recipe lor currant bun :
Two pounds currants, two lbs.
raisins, one-fourth pound al
inc/nds, one-fourth pound candied or.inge peel, one ounce ginger, one ounce cinnamon, one
"lime all-spice, four cups Hour,
one teaspoon baking powder
Stone raisins and mix wilh currants. Halve almonds and slice
orange peel Silt Hour and
spices, jilix all together with
sweet milk into a still mix lun.
BUILDING    CONSTRUCTION
Pursuant with a resolution
passed at a recent meeting of
the city council issuing instruction to City Ck-rk Shepherd to
compile certain data and statics relative to the value of
building construction completed
and in a seini-conipleted stall-
since thc lirst of the present
year to be furnished to the Contracting Record for the express
purpose of publishing along
with building statistics from
other leading cities of the Dominion to be spread broadcast
throughout lhe Empire, the following excellent showing, bicsc-ii
upon an estimate as nearly as
possible to correct calculation,
was the result obtained by the
city's enterprising clerk. Ks-
tiniatc for thc mouths of .1 miliary, February and March, S48,-
750 as compared witlh an estimate for the same period in
i-Joy of Jy.ooo. Mr. Shepherd
estimated that the value of
building constructed and started during last month was al-oiit
>:,s,"oo and lor the same month
last year practically nil.
These ligures need no explanation and to the most pessimistic they show that the city is
growing at an exceedingly rapid rate with apparently 110 cessation  on   the  horizon  of :he
eity prospective prosperity
llr shepherd was also asked to
make a statement on the future |
outlook of the city in a general
way and this he did in a manner and along the lines that
luusi he apparent to every resident and visitor that lours the
Nluiii Shore. To put his staU-
meiils in a nut shell they v en- :
Nonh Vancouver today alfords
the brightest prospects in almost every line of activity of
an) city in the golden west considering age and size iu which
connection nature has dealt lavishly with her gifts of beauty and industrial advantages.
ACCIDENT
An employee of the HcDoUft'
gall-.lenkins Engineers Ltd.
sustained a nasty cut under his
right eye on Wednesday through
the !l\ing of some inisslc in the
shops. After his wound was
dressed he was able to resume
his duties at the works.
The annual meeting of the tf. ,
C.T.U. will be held on Wednes-1
day, 20th inst., at the honie ol'
Mrs. Stoney, 6th st. west, at 3
p.m. All members are earnest- ]
ly requested to be present and
any ladies interested in the I
work are very cordially invited.
PKABODY's
RAILROAD
KING
H'tj are Mie «jontii hen*
Tin- unly iniiniilaeliirn-
tliat plieeiaea.li -{iiaraiitir
if thev ,|,,  not  in,.,*!  expt-r-
Try ai pair
Ami U- ciiiYiiiei'il
IVal.,,,lv'.   Riiilr,)ii,l   King
at
PEABODYS'
UNION M
MADE ,%, >
OVERALLS
F«r s.i- Sr
CUMMINCS
Gent's Clothing,        Furnishings, Men's,   Ladies', and
Children's Boots mid Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
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[O.K. BAKERY!
♦ And CONFECTIONERY ♦
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X Fred. Bosquet,   Pro|>. {
T   13 Looedale Ave        P.O. Box 11      Phone IJ   f
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BREAD, CAKE*, PASTRY, BTC
FRUIT, CANDIE8,
CIGAR8 AND T0BACC08
STATIONERY, MAGAZINES
OFFICE SUPPLIES, ETC.
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
Launch "Wesl Vancouver." Captain Findlay
Licensed lor 35 passengers
TIME TABLE
UtVM
H*.lit l.i,rn Wli.rl
7.30 a.m.
9.00 a.m.
11.00 a.m.
13.00 p.m.
15.00 p.m.
17.00 p.m.
19.00 p.m.
Lt'atte. V.nrou.fr
^^^M Clly hn*S Wrttil
Iver) Sai- lu-tbi Sund*)
S.oo a.m.
10.00 a.m.
la.oo a.m.
14.00 p.m.
16.00 p.m.
1N.00 p.m
 Saturday e-ily  2200 p.m.
9 30a.n1 Sunda) Schedule   .. ..14.00 p.m.
17.00 p.m         ••  22.00p.m.
Single Tare 15c.       Two Tickets 25c.
(Quickest route,Ironi Norlli Vancouver to the district beyond
Capilano River. Launch "West Vancouver" makes connections, without fail, with the ferry steamers from North Van
couver, as per above schedule
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Manitoba Real Estate Co.
2339 Westminster Avenue
V
ancouver
Front St., Lol II, D. L. 469, size 150x150 fee-.,
Price, J1750—«ash ',., bal. ft and 12.
Lots 13, 14 and 15, block 31, D. L. 469, ', acres,
facing  Keith   Road.   Price,   f 1,500—cash '.*,
balance easy.
19th Street and St. QeoigS Street, 41 h lot fiom tfco
Ave., D. L. 549, size 44x1511 leet, price <:»■■
all cash.
Lots g to le im ludcd, all cleared and ht--h, jotl ;
feet, price 5975   tash J450, bal. b and 11 MM
13th and Henry Ave., lots 1 and 2, block J, I). I.
553, sire 100x147 tnt, price each J1651*- cash
{650, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.
Lot Jo, block 17, D. L. 553, si/.e 50x1:0, price I57S1
cash J300, bal., 6, 12 and IS months
Lot 27, block 553, si/e 33x120, from USfi, iash 1-3,
bal., easy, 10 lots.
Let 8, block 8, D. L. 616, si/c 144x147 'eel, iash '.,
balancc to suit.
E. % ol lots 9, I", n and 12 irr N. ', ol 14, I). L
623, each 66x132 feet, fbyt the whole lot
Cash '.4, balancc easy.
19 acres, % of 86 in D. L* 861, price |toj per am,
cash 1-3, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.
Five 66 ft. lots.   Good lor one week only.
8-1-860 one acre.   Trice $350, cash, $150, balanc,
Jio per month.
Lillooet Road, secUon 58, D. L* 865, one acre,
$950, iash 1-3, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
26-1-865, '., acre, J.300 ; cash fioo, balancc >io per
month.
Ix>ts 7, I, 9 and in, hlock |3, D. L 2022, si/e ,u
i.-n hei, puce ffot , iash IjJO, balance, is, II
and 18 months.
I.vnn Vallev, lot 3, block 2, I). L. 208;, si/r uxiio,
price llio ; cash iyi, balance ,'25 quarterly.
Lynn Valley, lots 11 and 12, block 2, D. L. 2087,
si/e uxiio lact, price f47.S ; cash $125, balance
I51) quarterly.
Peter Koad, 6-44-2087, size 55x100 leet. partlv
cleared, price J400; cash %, balsnce 6 and 12
months.
\V. '.. nl 1: m I). I. 21*88, five acres, price $5,250,
cash $1,7-*, balance to arrange.
Lot 16-12-2088, ', acre, price J47*;; cash $i-* tO
$200, baldtKt J20 per month.
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Let Us Sell You Your Next
Silk Petticoat
In these new silk garments we show a very complete
range in a variety ol qtllKttei ,ind newest spring shades.
Plenty ol blacks ate also represented. Note the
lollowing styles:
.VI M.00 laiieta siik petticoats with 1 riach tucked
Bounce, with under*Hounce attached; thown in white,
cream, iky, pink, navy, golden brown, dark brown,
reseda, myrtle, taupe, iteel bicge, mauve, rose, plum
iilai  I,I.,I I,
AI $7,30 Fine quality tatletatilk pttiicoats cut to
lit snugly .it hips, have sixlccii-incli lloiuicf with
ruffli and iinderBounce attached, These come in all
ihadi i; alu wlm. aiul bin k.
\ I su vi Taflete ailk petticoate with thirtaen-inch
tucked flounce and underflouncc ami dust ■ utile- at-
tlched, shown m black, white and mam m w shades.
AI $11.50   Superior  talietta  silk petlkoati  wnh
corded circular ilounee, silk iindntlounce and dust
ruffle; ihownia blaik, white ami main wanted shad, s
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
575 Granville Street Phone 3541
BUILDER*
and CONTRACTOR*
Messrs. Jeftery Bros., 511
Dominion Trust Block and
135 Lonsdale Ave., North
Vancouver, an- prepared to
give prices (or any class of
building in any district. Good
and reliable work at a reasonable figure.
11
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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
MAIN  OFFICE:—264 Hastings St. I., near Empress Theatre
id with tin* tin and with the
hlock owiiei.s iu 398 and ew il
will then be neccaaat) to have
our nnil surveyed and aa eati
Will you kindl-   allow me lo __[# __^ „j lls l0sl      •■-|u,u
COMMUNICATIONS
Dear Mi   Editor
address ,i lew wonls lo 111)  Id
low-owners ol bloche in district lot 595 im out mutual
benefit and lot the good "' ,1''
dty and municipality oi North
Vancouver ?
'Ihere is but one diatrict lot
on the east between 59s •»"1 ,lu'
city and the iiiy hounds it upon thc south
At present iiiiii is iiii ruad b)
which wi cu reach out proper*
ty. A*bont one yeai ago I ap
pealed to tlie "thn ownera and
■eeared requeate lm the open
in-; oi iln road iii'iii man) own
ers. 1 m.is tlnn told b) the
clerk of the municipalit) thai
il the ownen would each gui
lh), leel llolli lhe Ironl 0! their
properly lor the purpoai "i widening the load as tiun laid out
on panel inun -- lo 66 leel art
muni tiun have the toad,    1
wrote UIV Icllow-ow litis ,,n,l .,
cured llu   toll.selll  .Hid -flits   ol
l.md Irom .1 suiiicieiii number
'lln* municipal council Ihea en-
pinpnaiid our lend and laid
out a mad a upon ,1 map in iht
ollice, and did nu llu hoiioi I0
call il the Dudley load
1 was ihni told tli..i 11   ana
UW late in llie Iall lo luiiiii llie
road, bat ll would receivi 1 t[\
attention "next spring."  edl,
next spring" is Inn and now
m  .in  lold that theie .ire   so
man) othei movement! preening that the way doei not icon
open lo dn earthing Un u al
pi 1 scut,    ltesldes, Wc ale   lold
tlui iln engineere have diacov
iiul that an r.upiissalili Mini
crosses llu l"Mti end ,.l vei
and lllal ll Is UOt prat in aide
to build din-ill) Inun suiiili lo
north through the cee n ol Ihi
dislriel lot.
It   is  now   proposed to
range with lhe city to   extend
■IMI   ,,i ■■imi   avenoi to Un
bordei ,,1    ,-■  0 that oui   road
may have au oiithl lioln Benl
block 19, Irom that point thi
rood will proceed north through
ill.      .,11    II »t     'III      kit
I am told ihat  negotiat.i n
are In progreaa lo arrange wilh
ihe un lot ih. opium.' ',1 *i
■treei  <.t   avenm   to   connect
uuh out 1 1, laiii with  Uuh
hope ol 1 irl) 'muss ,.s tin tin
has aln ad] niuleH.ikiii ,1 *. n IUh
work as il has ilium t to BhJ
lor.
I hav.   been told thai  alter
nngotiaUou hnve been couplet |brown.
the owners would be notified
and a petition lllal lhc road be
built upon the loial improvement plan In piesellled by lhc
,,uners. 11 a sufficient nuiiihei
petition ihe iu.itnt will ilnn be
submitted to the ratepayers I
iimlerstaiid lhat lhe 111uui1ip.il
it)   will pay only one filth  ol
llie COSt.
All this will lake much  tiun
ami   1 [ear that unless   We   do
something at least aaotlw yeai
will pass ttiili,mt anything hav
Ulg been tlullc and the spring ,,1
I'll I  will Imd us jusi -there Wt
now .ire.
I .uu anxioua io improve my
property and have il ready (or
ilie market when the lighl lime
and meantime to pui ii
in   shape    lo    produce   icw-nui
sufficient   to pn) interest    and
tnxee ll least.
1   assume   thai  most of   the
nth,i owneri leel as i do*   l,
therefore, h"|H thnt arc may get,
togcthel and make ■ united  11
ii.n   to Mt  the uInels iii  motion.
I pioposi  lo i'l. ml   the   in \i
meeting ..l the municipal coun
ll and hopi 1 may nieel a
;oodl)    nnmbei   ol the   uilier
aatlllllS   lillle.
Sincerely yours,
I,  EDWIN DUDLEY
I'H, lu.st   I (ill  Ale
Vancoaver, U. C.
Iaje dipLocK-WrioHt
W'isb. to Inform Iheir customers tlial tlivv aro erecting
I dry-kill) ami will bt in a
position to supply
Kiln Dried
Lumber
of ail kin-Is within two weeks
StYMOIR LIMBER
CO., LTD.
I'hnnr 30
17th Slreet, North Vancouver
NOTICE OK COl'KT OF
REVISION
EARLY
ROSE
POTATOES
AT A SNAP
Order at once, as supply
is limited. Price while they
last
$1.2 5 per Sack
CR. HICKMAN
Grocer and Butcher
Phone 40
111 I.ousdale Avenue
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THE LONSDALE PII ARM AC)
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   PRICES ....
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE US A TRIAL ON YOUR
NEXT ORDER. PHONE 2q
P. S. THOMAS, Phm. B     j [
X DRUGGIST     • ■
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Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
REAL KSTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
Norlh Vancouver «ntl Vaniouver
City antl Sulrarban Property.
Acreage. Sub-Diviaiuni.
Katatel managed, Ronta colleetetl
ItiiMi,,*.*.  CliHiii't-a
Agreementa of Salea tliatfinil, tl
Foot of Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver, B. C.
TELEPHONE Hy. I'. O. DUX 141
PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT
Richmond Electoral District
NOTICK is hereby I'lveii that TAKE NOTICK THAT I  have received objections 111 writing to the retention ol the tol-
on Monday, tho 18th Day ol \\tnfag nnmee oa the Register ol Votata far tta Rtehmoad Iflntaral   District on the grounds
HOUSEHOLD  HINTS
Rolled    Com    Heel- T.ike    .1
Bank piece of turn heel, make .1
drenini ais lor turkey. Spread
thickly over the heel ; roll
ti^liiU .md tie. hold iu .1 ilnn
cloth Hoil iiiulli Inke ny,
drain, pren undei .1 w. i-ht .oul
llal      ,   a,M A    ll.mk    [III, I      ,     111     In
rolled oul tnd and boiled lea
.l.i vtniioiit dr.Ming Pteaa .nui
•din mid   Qnniah erith curled
.md litile picklea
a   a   a   a
tonal Hn l Toajrni   1 .mk mm
Ir.sh   In.l   toti-jin  in s.ill   «.i
1,1 1 ,„,k it until tkoronghlv
done, skin 11 1.1 nul en pep
pcrcorae, clover and allspice in
this loll  ilnn,  till  allies III    la.I
mn. Lard the tongue with Um
1 .nun .md ronal li wiih. .1 um
inn- made ol lemon peel rat fiw
cracker crnmbe and battel
Roast   until   thi  bacoB    turns
\pril, 1910, at 2 o'clock p.m
within the City llall, Nortli
Vancouvei, B.C., the Assessment Roll ol the Cily ol North
Vancouver lor the yiar lulo
will bc revised by members ol
lhe Council silting as a Court
ol Revision.
Notice ol ull loinplainls
against the Assessment, as
made by the Assessor, must be
given in writing to the subsi nb-
ti ,u least ten days before the
date ol the silting ol the court,
and such BOtlce must state tlit-
ground of complaint.
Given   under   my  hand    this
i.|th day ol March, 19m.
THOMAS SHEl'HF.RD,
City Clerk.
let opposite each 11.11111
AND TAKE NOTICE that at a Court of Revision lo bc hold on the 2nd day ol May,
min, at the Ciiy Hull, Notth Vancouver, B. C, nt tai o'clock in the forenoon, 1 shall hear
and determine the mid objection and unless the persons objected lo, or some other prove-..-
iial voter or voters on then behalf satisfy me that thc said objections art not well lounded,
1 shall stTike thc names oil the said Registir.
Dated this 71I1 dav ol Aptil, 1910.
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
Registr,ir oi Voters lor Richmond Elcitoral District.
1  «. , , .
Reg. No,
N ami-
Address aud Occupation
Ground oi Objection
nmi
LYNN   VALLEY
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NORTH   LON8DALK
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G. W. VANCE k CO.
Cor. M I lonsdale   Phone 17h       Hranctl MtC04)*M Valley
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fore the treei  in hi i   to
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ALL KiNds of
fertilizer*
FOR LAWN AND GARDEN
THF HMMMEI
OH Lid.
3  Abenroiuliic, l'dwood  Lulu Island l-'arin Laborer  Absent Irom District.
ii   Adam, Milircd    IU|ee Rd., l'oiut Grey, Laborer Absent  Irom District.
iy   Adams, William    Terra Nova, Farmer   Abseut  Irom Disum.
31   Allison, James  Dinsniorc Island, Iisbcruian   Absent  irom Disinct.
Oj  Arnup, John   Sea Island, harm Laborer  Absent  Ironi Disum
lbK   Deer, James    hieviston, Customs Uliicer     Diad.
374   Burrell, Henry    ,Sea Island, llndjje Can-laker Absent Irom Disihcl.
Jgo   ilurtou,  William   htcvistoti, Minister  Absent  Irom Disinci.
436   Cartwright, Geo. Albert..III. Jl, bub. 151 and 153, Gr. 1
Carpenter    Absent  Ironi Distrnt
515   Cold, Kli Ganfge   Sea Island, liburne, h.iriiier  Absent irom District.
j 3|b  Cooney, Jamus  hea Island, liburin, farmer    Absent  Irolll Distnci.
boy   Dal/.iel, Andrew  i.uiii Island, l-'ariiu-r Absent from Distiui
\ b?J   Diebel, Albeit William ..Steveston,    linker    .Vbscul   Irom District.
i 673   Dinu, William  liburne,   l-'islierinaii    Absent  from District.
t.;i   Dingwall, Robert M Sea Island, 1'anncr  Absent  from District
;iy   Dlillamel, Charles    Iiiuho, South Vainouiu,
1-ishi-iuian  Absent
75b   hllmtl, R. lvinesl    liiitral Park, Laborer   Absent
8lo   h'ebies, Charles  Steveston,   .Unchain  Absent
i)2o   Garvin, Samuel     Sea Island, Farmer
1012   Gray, John .Moore  Huwui Islaud, hu-juicer
Irom Disliiti
Irom Distriii.
Irom Districi.
Absent from Distriit.
Absent  Irom Distrui.
Looedali
Hi     I'lll
Avenue
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1041   Grirgs, l'onsi Trueinau  Kburne,   Storekeeper   Absent from District.
115b   lley ..nidi, Oscar Fraugc.i
Ilcwich    Jiid Ave. islcvesloii, Harbor    Dead.
1185  Hogg, George Riddle llowen Island,  tottttt Absent Irom Distnci.
u:.'   Home, Thomas Vincent   Itihsou's Landing, Loggur    Abseut irom District.
1379  Keeling, Thomas John . Anvil Island, Farmer  Absent Irom Dislriel.
1425  King, George  Uowcu Island, Ho., Laborer    Absent Irom   Distiic'..
I4b2   Lamg, Thomas  Lot 12,  11.  5,   N.R. 7, \\.   S.
Vancouver, Farmer Absent irom District.
1479   LaUajville, Dolphis   Lulu Island, Farmer  ^.Absent from Distiict.
1518  Leonard, Geoigc   Steveston,  Shoemaker   Absent (rom Dislnu.
1623   Mailhewsou, Peter  Eburne, Lulu Island, Fisliiinian , Absent Irntn District.
1707   Milne, Robcit 11 Tyson Rd., Hilkrest, lvugi.ieer., Absent ironi Distiiu
1732   Moon,  William   .lohn ...Howcn Island, Miner Absent from Disliici.
174b  Moirison, Alexander   Steveston, Contractor Absent Itobi Distiict.
1941   McKay, Godlrey    Steveston, Farmer    Absent from Diatrict
1989   Mcl.cod, Roderuk Sea Island, Farm Laborer    Absent Irom Distiiu
2003   McMyn, John Sea Island, Farmer ..Absent Irom Distriii.
2064   Norris, Eric Gunn    Sea Island, liburne, Grover Absent irom District.
210b  Turk, William Julius McMillan's Ranch, Farmer  ...Absent irom Distr.i'.
2153   l'en.-wn, William S Sea Islaud, Farmer Absent Irom Districi
2285   Reynolds, Nonnan A.   ...Lulu Island, Laborer  _ Absent Irom Distriit.
2364   Rowan, Duncan Terra Nova, Canneryman Absent Irom Distriii.
2453   Shaw, Ambrose MaGcc Rd., l'oint Grey, Winder. Absent from Distnci.
251S3   Smithson, Herbert   Steveston, Engineer -.Absent from   Distriii.
2759  Tonipsett, Edwin Waller l'oint Grey, South   Vancouver,
Laborer   Absent Irom Distnci.
1933   Will, William Acme Isld., Fisherman    ._ Absent irom Distriit.
2977   Wil.'on, Edward Dinsmore Isld., Fishermun Absent Irom MatricI
3003  Withey, Peter Lulu Island, Farmer f .Absent from District this fcAfKcsa, inukih vancouvkk, a. u
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Buy Now
D.L 274
$2500   Cash :   25   feet   on   thc Esplanade   in   Block   167. Price
55,500.   (B9)
I ll 0/   cash: so kcl on 8lh St Block io?_ rrke ^^ (B,o)
•4)0JT   CaSn !      50 feet 011 Sth Av. in Block 108. Price $2,500. (B22)
^7^00   rack •   -5 fttl °" lsl Avt> •Mt of Lonsdale, Block 167, price
3334   Cash:   wta-Wfut ntm d 3rd St. and St. David.  5m,-
000.  (B74)
1850 cash
"KQ34   rack*      I'Ots 17 and 18 in Bk.30   on    16th    street.       Price
q>7Jt  casn.    |,i900 (Bj)
Aft 2    r_± .       Two 50 ft. lots 011 16th St. Iietween Chesterfield and
VVJ    CdMl.       M,inon    [,ria. |, yy) fol. ,)0th (B9M
50 leet 011 2nd St. inBk. 154.   Price $4,000. (B79)
D.L. 548
$750 cash
D.L. 545
hhxtbj', (set, 22nd Street,     cleared.      Price  $1,500.
(B30)
$475   cash:   30 foot lot ia Ik. 7.   PrieeBjo. 1.B70)
D.L. 273
OjU   Cash :      Three go It. lots in Bk. 5. Price $1,350 eaih.
1 1 AA    „acL .   Four to It* lots in Bk. 17.   Double corner  neat   ear
I IVV    WUi   |lm,    Price. S:,iiiii each (B51)
530 cash:    so II-lot in Bk- -1- "lh Sl-1>rice *''2J° (B6S)
500 cash:    s°fl lot m 1,k-■*<,n Mh st- rn» iifim (B8o)
I AAA L     5" rt, cleared lol on   4H1  sl.   cariine  laciug    south
IUUU cash: price $2,500 (I91) 11,.«..*>. .1
D.L 271
$3800  cash' ■SOXUo ft'tanm "f Ist Sl- iUld clu'sUrlil*ti Clcar"
^ '   ed   Price $10,500.
2100    Cash :  Two lots in Bk. 158 on 2nd St. Price $4,600 (B72)
D.L 55o
$867 Cash: 50 ft. lot cleared, graded and lacing south ou i:th
St., highest part noar Park and Boulovard. Price,
$1,400. ....
We have a number of exceptional good buys near the Second Narrows.    In view of probable developments there in the near
future, these are gilt-edge investments.
WHAT'S DOING IN NORTH VANCOUVER?    There will bejsomething doing before long!     The wary
purchaser should  "take time by the forelock" and buy now.
Mun&on & Calboun
417 Hastings Street, W. Opp. C. P. R. Telegraph Office
♦•♦#♦•♦•♦•♦1
II. C. mil lil li
Eip.rl on Fireplaces and all
classes cf Brickwork.
All Work Guaranteed.
l'.,rn,r Kilts ml,  -i. and AUIii.ii  An-
bave your Piano by h.iving
an Expert  cio your  Tuning
f, BRADLEY TAYLOR
260  Second   St., West
IV,,rk fii-a-ran'it-il.     |lr.,p - |.,,|n! an.l
l-iletl*
All new huuses should be piped lor gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure for this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
POWKK CO., UNITED,
Lonsdale K*%
E. PALMER
SIONI AND BRICK
CONIRACIOR
IIRsl 1 I III SSI ItUSCKI
Phone 170 P.O. Box 166
llistric. of Will Vaiirouver
The DiMriil Cumuli desires
lenders lm i.im in^ mil the lul
liiwinn wot*
I. Cle.inn-; ,iiid grading Fri-
deriek Rood Iran Centre Rood
to Procaine Koad, .ilxmt I,,loo
lui, Aud
I, Clearing and (fading bull
.hi .nu sdiolniag Lynn v«lk)
School, And
j    Gearing   ind   grading
.iboul    i"   i hains   nf   road   in
West Capilano.
Particulars mid speiilieations
i.ui be had at the District Municipal niiiii when Ktled Tea-
don willl depiislts must be
lodged before f.00 p.111. oll
Thiirsd.iv, the :isl insl.
ALKX   PHILIP, C.M.C
SI-MI STEEL
E. DOWIE
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDS!
Plans, Specifications, Estimates
P. O. Box .',, North Vancouver
(J. II. Linton, Ch. lv Seattle,
Wash, in  tin- ll. C, BaiMing
News. I
The naiiie seiui-steel has conic
lo be used by the trade to signify any metal melted in iiu*
cupola which contains ,ui ad-
lliixture of steel, in faet sonic
people make so-called semi-steel
by melting some small steel
puiuhings of turnings in a ladle
by tsppug hol grey iron on top
of il and stirrinc, up the mixture with an iron rod, but this
material is not worthy of the
name, as il has but very lew
(polities superior to grey east
iron    II may Ih- a littk closer
pained   and   henee   s   little
Stronger with a steadily applied
loud, but that is all.
The characteristics d   true
semi-steel are : Strength, al
the saun- time preserving solt-
ness so that il can lie easily
in.iiliinetl ; elasliutv, liy virtue ol whieh n resumes its original form after receiving ilu
shock, in pl,ue ol breaking In
this respect it is supcrioi to
grey iron, whieh will break
wilh a slunk whuh is less than
the maximum load it would
stand if uniformly applied.
Toughness, which makes il out-
Weai the ordinary grey iron,
makes u i nod material lor
cylinders and all eastings to
withstand wear bv friction
The phvslial ihar.n leristics
are well represented by the lol
lowing specilieations whnh tan
readily be met by this metal
a i.\2x:,vinili lest bar under
transverse stress should have a
shrinkage, as east, ol from one
hundred and forty thousandths
inch to one hundred and sixty
live thousandths inch per loot
chill—when last against iliil
pieces al the ends oi Irmn one
eighth to three quarters oi ea
inch, aceording to the per cenl.
ol steel alld the iheuiieal composition ol the inelal ; it
should stand a Imehiug lood ol
from thne thousand to lorty-
iwo hundred pounds when broken with a load applied ill the
centre on the Iwo null side ,tnd
supported on a span ol Iwelily-
four Inchsl ; the bar should
shim a delict tioB "I li'MU thirty-live hundredths to hit\ five
hundredths of an inch from its
original horizontal position be
fore breaking. As good metal
ean he made in semi-steel with
the proper selection ol stock as
is made by thc air luniaec method of melting gun iron.
Semi-steel is used exclusively
in all eastings and fittings in
the manufacture of refrigerating iiiaehiiiery as it is the only
metal aside Irom sled llial will
withstand the pressure ol the
liquified ammonia gas used in
the ice making or cold storage
process. It is also used in wort
that requires a chilled surface
as it gives a good wearing
chill. In fact throughout the
cast il is speulied in all work
requiring extra strength, elasticity and toughness, and coin-
tnaiids from sixty to one hundred per cent, higher price than
ordinary grey iron.
Scmi-stcel has its peculiarities and needs to be understood
to be handled with the best sm-
eess and in lllis respect at in
many others, a little knowledge
is a dangerous thing, as has
been demonstrated by the experience ol those who have tried
mixing then irons without regard to the iheuiieal composition When properly handled
there is no metal easier to control and llinl gives as universal --.ii lsl.u l ion, regardless nf
the verdict lo the contrary ol
those ignorant ol ils good properties, as semi-steel.
Iu the machine shop the metal cuts tough, but not hard.
That is, the machine will have
lo bc run at a little lower speed
than il probably would on gre\
iron, but tlic tool will nol dull
any sooner The finished lasting will take a fine polish,   be
ing very closely grained, as the
graphitic carl-on is broken up
into very small flakes.
Scmi-stcel has a characteristic dark velvety fracture, whether it contains tea or sixiv pet
cent, steel, providing the elii'iu-
ical composition is.correct
Finally, on account of its superior strength, parts of nia.-
chiucs can bc made lighter and
have thc same strength, or il
the original design is prelerrcd,
greater strength can be insured.
Mr. J, Smith .end family   of
Seattle, Wash., have moved  lo
this eity and are occupying a
collage at the corner of 5th
street and Chesterlield.
G. C. Walker
& Co.
Tel. 123. 10NSDA1E AVI.
Cleared   lot   on   13th  St.
close lo Doulevard
Price $550
Terms good.
66 ft. on Lonsdale, cleared,
near 34th St.
Price $2500
One lol on 4th St., cat line
Price $2000
Terms good.
.Suggestions for
Spring Housecleaning
A new Linoleum-Oilcloth (or Dining-
room, Kitchen, etc. A nice choice of
patterns.'
Linoleums 45, 50, 60 and 75 rents sq. yd.
Oilcloths 30 and 35 cents sq. yd.
A new Dresser, Bedstead and Mattress
for the Bedroom
Somi beauties just received.    Dressers:
For fi) 50 worth Jn.oo For $15.00 worth 11 S.oo
•'tit-2)0   "    (14.00 and up to H40.00
A large shipment of rattan chairs, rockers and bab> buggies
lust received    BUY AT THE PEOPLES' STORE*
in
is
126 lonsdale Ave.
ALEXANDER SHIM £» CO.
NOR III   VANCOUVER
LONSDALB AVENUE ESPLANADE
P1RST STREET UOl'LliV\RI>
AND D   L. 365
Ws have exclusive sale of the best properties in the
sbovi    Call mnl inquire.
ALEXANDER SMITH  & CO.
II  l.niisilali- Avenue
Phones—Offlee 2*1      Mouse 22       P.O. Box 50
Do Not Send Your Money Out of
The Province.
It is needed right here.   You csn do this il you pstronizc
home industry.
ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR
is made in British Columbia.    Insist on having it the nexl
time you order.    Every Sack Guaranteed.
Vancouver Milling & Garin Co. Ltd.
Vminiuver.    B.C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE  KXIM
North Vani.hi ur
Ha*ii or sm., Kiriiiav
One year 11.00
Six innntlia   ■ • •        .50
Three month*     • ■ .-.'al
United States nn-1 Kunign,tl,Nper]rW
|.]^       .iinountcd     tii   >i,-4.uy.oo,ooo,
](  ( while in 1908 they had  reached
a total of $2,916,000,000, or an
increase of ivor fifty per   cent.
in eight years.
The chiel item in the list of
imports were horses, cattle,
lowl, lish, hides, wool, lur,
eggs, butter, lard, wheat, rye,
maize, oats, barley, linseed,
bran, soil wood, topper, lime,
toal oil, machines, etc. From
this category lt wlll be seen
that German requirements are
ol suih a nature, that Cuiada is
peculiarly fitted io supply them
l,,i  which reason, under udvali-
Al-VKKThSINl.   1. ATMs
fausussT Dikpi.av   tovstraaasiTa*—
50 i-fiits per Inch aaeh Insertion.
l.onua Notioss, Etc.—|1.00 psr Ifloh ihi
RlOlltll.
Lane uin Times Noi u u  aa dayi t,,
80 ilny., IT*Ua
LeaaL AovasTuim—First iBWrtioa, m
eenn pel lias. aaeh lubsaquunl :i,-.*r-
tion, he. |ter lim-
HlAIHSli   Nalll,.****.   IV    I.UI Al    Nk«"   ("I.
Htss—10.''''ii* I'.riii,,* *•*,, 1 ,-rtlon
Cos-nun  Ai.vi■iiiiaiMi.vr.- Kill,-   ,1   I'igeotis      conditions      Canada
rainf.i a* aa.i imu to a,*,,,, taken, *, 11 c .iilil  ..miui.tnd a very   large
,,, ,  proportion   ol    this     uumeujo
Alli'lianiii-aiii r, nli.ia I Ailu riiaeiii.-iil.  '     '
mum be in the hsmla nl the printer hi  trade.   Unfortunately, Uow evei,
">l'1"'-1 .•eiiii'K'o-ntM.iM.bllsetfna _. ,xact hj,uuh bnn„ lo i,**|U
n tin- aui Item **6 6
thu  uuwelcoiiicl.ai   ihal   lair
.ula  has   beon seeuriug only     a
hale 11,1. nnu oi this patronage,
.Hid   tkat   evin   thai    portion
5- "J10 which   kll   to our lot has been
on   the   decrease,    lu   1S97   to
WITH ibyb Germany imported   Irom
1 .iii.ui.i goods to the amount ol
  >-',-09,557 —d m l*'e )cuX l10b
The mutual restrictions which ^ lyoy> feiWMM. ^m I*
have hitherto b-cu imposed by Ur su"» •»•* about oue twi-u-
Germany ami Canada 111 the lU;lh oi "* V« 6t»t. ol the lo-
lorm  ol  excessive  lanli   ratee liU   ""P01^  ul  sjnnmy   ior
Lonsdale Avenue
Thi   Sherwin-Williams   Paintt   Ceter
Earth
two four-room *u modern honiei un don
improved. Price only $420(1. Term?
roa"
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NnkMI \ IM OUVI It. Apin I
CANADIAN    TRADE
GERMANY
le lot; fenced and
tn suit.    This is
y a genuine bargain.
Close in Property
on Lonsdale, Esplanade, First, Second and Third Streets.
We ipecialiie in close in property and if vou wish to
buy or sell this class of property, it will pay you to call,
write or phone to us,
ELDER MURRAY CO.
I'lia-lir '.: Norll. V.I..-..IIVIT
1'hiiia   mtt Vnn,*,,liver
(Hiiro II,,not li LIS. to ft.30 p.m.    <>|.i>ii Kveiiiiiim bjr SppolnttBSnl
Alter oSm hour., plion* Llll
upon interchaage d irtds i>c-
twnii the two counirtes havi
liiilitaliil illiilivih .ijj.uiisl lllc
development ol Couuuezcial possibilities, whiih, properly los-
iiml and encouraged, should
lune assumed imposing propor,*
tions. The receni mutual re
mowd oi i hose excessive  ratal
that year. A poorer showing
ta,ultl not well be imdj-Wid, ill
'the iave ol ihe uceftioaal advantages which Canada's resources allord hu, in relation
to the uosi important itcu.s iu
the list ol those products, whuh
l.i-rniali) lequucs.
The  trade oi  the   two coun-
and the subsiituiiou ol a mod-, tries should bc  complementary
erale tariii will, without doubt,
11suit  in greal  licliclils   lo   Ila
trade of both countries.
A    pallllplll,  I     JUSI    ll.    ll.Ili'I    ll'flll
the one to the other .cud the removal oi those undue rusliici-
tii.ns whkh have constituted
sudi  elk-dual barrius  io  pro*
Un pm oi .1. A. 11. Muiiu   „i ,Kr^ "' lr^ laUtieenjhipe kn
.some ycais pat- will,   williout
doubt, give an impetus to coiii-
iilauvu to ihe tradi* tpeetioa Metdal iateechaaaga ol eeenmod
Montreal   lutnislits   in systetu*
■tk  lorm a mass ol statistics
between Canada aud l.uiuau.   |IlR's between the two countins
lhc  lacts  adduced pio\.   tm 'ttllul1  wl" l"uVl' ui *real    '"''
ilusivtly that Canada produce.*. \*mtl§t and probt to both pai
ihe gonds that Cirmany   mosi tiea.
lie-ids    The giealiM  uureasi- in     Although Brillsfi Columbia is
i.timan imports    timing   the the farthest removed of the pro
p.ist decade has been in prod- vinces ol CaUadu from thispio
mis and ii.aiiulaciuiis nl whnh spectivu cusionni ihere is BO
•to arc liiiliaisingl) gi.,il pro- reason why oui lesuurces iu
duccrs, such as wheal, barley, I mineral, unilm md nsh should
Ited, linseed, cattle, ugriuiltiii uot become an appreciable iai*
,il imphincuts, etc. ln the na tor in the supply il the dc-
tural order oi events iiciinant 'mauds of the Ganiau ni.trl-.et
fiords, thirdoro, a most ad- while there is liitiwi.se the prob-
t.uiUgvous opportuuiiy loi it- ability lhat lhe Hiitish Coluiu-
tiusive iliujopiiiiiu oi Un. ml 'bia ports may become the
ume oi Canadian exports ilnn- point* ol shipment ior large
to, quantities    d    prairie    wheat
In ilus coiuiciiiuu the ,^ {oouud £or Gelman ports, Uiu.s
inaiK.il.lv uxpausi.ui whuh i„i enabling ilus province to paru-
many has been undergoing dm- ciP»tc indirectly as well in tilling these lala y.ais becomes a benehts which this new *v**nuc
matter of gieat interest. Per 0l lradl: bM to olla-
haps the mosl striking tcatuu
ol lhe giowth ol the nallun is
lound in the lapid uicrcasc d
population, which is procicdliig (
ai tlie rate ol one milliou each :
yuar. In ji-yti lhc popul.itiou
•ai S3J&OQQ and iu tout It
had iacteeaed to 63,017,000, 01
.111 addiiion oi M pel icnl. in
twelve years.
un the olher band iln
iiiltutoi p. 1 ssilull 1 us ol Gii-
ui.ui) ore limned while ibe in*
'lustrial classes loUslltuli .ill
iiiiusiitiily large and steadily in
iiiasiug piopoillou ot lln |'*|
illation. louscquiuily Gc-r
many Imds hersell lompclled lo
import irom olher u>unuiis
1.1st nuantiMns ol lood pii'ducts
i,,r ihe support oi her teeming
indust/i.il millions >uih I
situation le a.l :.| 1.1.1I iatp ill'*
I .iii.i'ia ina-inuch as it oft is .1
most desirable markut lor our
ttlit.il, Iiih cattle, Iruil .illd
kindled producls. ll is lui llnr
, • wliiit ihat Germany's 1141111.
iiu-nis in this regard en rapidly glowing, .Hid that her lII)-
I n * 11,11 it .luii.ise iiioriiioiis-
1\, lo keep pace wilh the tt.i
enlarged demands ot her tapnl
ly   n population      \
glaao   at comparative st.in
tne serves to fonefully Mnphe
\)tt   this   feature of the situ.i
tion.   In loot German Ifl ,
Captain   Tatlow   wti.i   ehair-
tnan of the Vancouver Parke
Hoard for night years lie was
elected to the provincial legislature iu 1 yuu and again in 1903,
In the latter year he was ap
pointed Minister oi Agriculture
and Finance, which position hu
occupied until his voluntary retirement iu 141N. That the
complete metamorphosis of thc
financial position oi the province from the utmost stringency to gratiiving aflluence
which took place during those
years, was to a vury great extent due to the admirable qualities and commanding ability
which R. G. Tatlow brought to
that department d the government, will be readily admitted
from all quarters.
One ol thc lirst uti/cns ol
British Columbia has passed
away and while flags fly at
half-mast in token of public
sorrow, thc most sincere sympathy will be felt in an especial
manner for the bereaved wife
and family so suddenly deprived ol husband and father.
Call
anil see our
list ol
City Property
and
Acreage
J. W. BALMAIN
CIVIL   KNOINKBH
guanine Surii-y..r-ml aicbtteel
NORTH  VAICOOVKB.
Double Comer on the
Boulevard, $3000
One-third cash,   bal. arranged
D.L. 265,2 lots,
$1200 each,
Easy terms.
Lonsdale
Brokerage Co.
W. Tromaync
18 Lonsdale Ave
Pine 186
North Vancouver,     B.C.
OW!!
TIME to Paint.
Make your buildings bright and clean
this Spring. We have
the best and most economical paint for you
to use.
SHEHWIt-WlLUm
. PUNT, PREPtKD,
the paint that
spreads farthest,
wears longest,
looks best. Made
of purest materials.
A record of forty
'»-•■ years of good paint
making behind it.
Sherwin-Williams
Paints
HUE   THE LIRGEST 5HLE OF
m  PIIHTH  III  THE WORLD
Sole Agents for „
North Vancouver
Paine  <& McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
Shirwin-Williami   Paintt
mmm
Coter   thi   Earth
THL. LATE k. (.,. iATl.Ott
lhr,»uj;hout the inure pro-
unce oi ltrilish Columbia I
deep sense oi loss will l» Ul
because nl lhe death "i <■ apt.nn
k. G. T.itlow, whuh occuirid
nt Victuii.i Muii'l.n nie-iit, lol
lowing .in uccidin' while driving in whuh he was ihliiiui out
•of the buggy lo ihe pavement.
lhe old lund has given ejcil
numbers ol Jnr sons to the Hiii
i.h posscssnons kvoiid the seas
who have conferred Material
benefits upon th* land ol their
adoption, 'bm in lew ol them
has it been givm to attain to a
positi"n ..i liilluencr and usefulness in i, ->luni.il -pinre tench -is
ih.ii ttlnclk uas liild bj K. ('•
Tatlow. During his resideme
ol upwards d lereal ..us ll
Britiih I olui.iiliia, l iptaia Tatlow had become a well known
Iiiiii ln.iji al iln iaaa.t and in
iln inteiior. Batcrpri ing .md
public --inriiid to IS .xieption-
al degree, he bx.unt idenlilied
•ith suliie oi ihe most extim*
interests in dilurent sections ol Um |*r.-ui.ir ui genial personality ..ml unwavering
^nunty he reudih attained
"■'I i "jmil.it 1- .*•■ --ni- .ral
public con Ud. i »i c
unireo   \      "
fliANofjov/SB'
2   Large   _)
 stores L
459- 44I HASTINGS ST
VANCOUVER
II04 GOVERNMENT ST.
VICTORIA
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIPBUILDERS.
ENGINEERS ft
Boilermakers.    .    .
Marine  nnd Stationary Ba*
gine nnd Boiler Work prompt-
It- exeriilcd.
I. li phoae 103
North Vancouver
IDEAL HOMESITES FOR
THE HOMEMAKER
BRIGHTON HEIGHTS.       NORTH LONSDALE
Thii property lure, nn \jHtU9 ..ninn whit I. i. I* iik ni-rnrd In
ita lllll witltli ami l'*mlfv»r,l.*J. Every lot li.*; well uiai haa •
nmgnifiii'nl view. Slrei-ts art) .i|h-iii-iI ill rnun.l llit- properly mul
il.an iiit'lv no rinin.-
I'ri,*,**, r.uiii,. fr..111 I27.VOO In fl.VI.IKI |»rl,.l. Ti-rin«, nne quartfr
Caeh, an,l lh,- luiiiii.-.-11, l'J antl IK niuntlit.
There art- onl. Ia". loti in llii. .mill «nlwliii«i..n 11 ymi ire t
luit.T .<-.- il. MOt.n is Ihey won't ll.l Innjiai the pri,*,-.
Chas. E. Lawson t Co.
f.. * niareio
Real Ksiate Specialists
r i. la « sox
15 Laoaedale Ave.        Phoai
Pianos & Organs
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC
BRACKETS
ETC.
HURRARD SASH & DOOR TACIOKV, foot of St. George
We -..llt'il ii trill hid on your Onler. .null or lirje
.1 II.r.l)
We have just received * lar<*e assortment ul small Hock and have
Tuned and Repaired ni^^&uiowwM
CELLOS DISC RECORDS
CORNKIs ACCORDIONS
FLUTES MOUTH ORGANS
STRINGS MUSIC STANDS
BOWS MUSIC CASES
ETC. ETC.
\T PUCn WHICH CANNOT BE IIATII
North Vancouver Piano Co. & School of Music
\ililrcss--443 Lonsdale Avenue Phone 114
Cow gee Moderate
Sale taction ini.ti.tnt,. d
WILLIAM LINT
PEACTICA'. TUNER & REPAIRER
'<Pef*»eir r 41 li ».t.. w Forbes ive,
P, C  "ill leceiu* prunipt all- n
liml.
mmmmrmtnr.^emam^mt^mmwmemimmmmmr
JrM^rrA-'. -H-W-H-!"1"1"I"I"H-'I4-1 +++++++++++ I-l-I-l-I-l-l-111 ■!■■! +++ IH-Hl I-l-l 1-i-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-l
YOUR SPRING
DECORATING
mil hat. to la -:..rt..l pretty
mmm iimt. Win ni,i cone and
m |a.i inui mil paper in
a |..|Mir. Iv nianinr' And
early ehooeing neeui in ira ce
igain I d wppoinlmi nl,
THE NEW WALL HAI
are especially iliraciivi md
ariisiic in d»igii md coloi . (•
[eetii ami you should * i lliem
all beesre ilerkling. S i i me
beretodee iod look th bi en r.
Stoney ®. Co.!
n;
I'ln
First Street
T   ilt-tion I-l si., in Hrm l,lo«-k .i-i at bate.
.lil.*. itnOeeeli, |M0eeeli,balu**«(,lti aba
(Polio ,'il
Second Street
T1 -.-I* Lit. ,,n lad st .(i.'inii .miiii, in-.'inl Meek,
■tta •■! Lenndah   POOD neb; ', eeeb. kdea i
It atul i- iMHithi     11 ihn M *
I.**I   nn      *'   ,
HBUO.aih, i.iln"
Third Street
il, date n. I^'IimIhIi
." ■■ H   |]  ll,"       I
Fourth Street
nw   li.  l/,n.,|iilc  At.*     MHl
. 1'.''imiitli..   (Miu IWI.
K    ll.lt     |,,l      a,
*i;un   tfiun 'i'ii
Klall.lHU,.
un h,, nur llnlmn teenan.
Ii.il.in,.* ii, IS m.l Is wmli-a.
Sixth Street
Sl.,n>-ir MteOlf    I
It mnnllii     Folio41).
Seventh Street
let ea tab >., -war Eldgeeiy, iiiuu.  ',1-aah,    ,i
hileaee 1.1:', )* mnnil.i    Folio41).
I...I, .nr. "tll SI. mil Mm.lv   All.    fll.HI.   Will
I'llll, I*iiIiii.-p li. )'i nmnlli.   i l'..li
Eighth Street
Fin*  |..| jn-i   „li  Ilniilrtinl,    a,- n| mi.iIIi, ,.      j,
'*.     '     I,*„       ti.'t. .       ||4|H.       Hli   t'lfll.      BlllUt'   I.
I.-, i- ii ih-. iKiiiuiimi.
Fifteenth Street
41 Imt l„l mi |Hh, ni-ir ft-wli-li Atr.    |»75.
fl'll .U.ll.   llllll,,*,' I, || | UM.,      ll'"lin   l'i"   .
See our list of good buy s
The Canadian Financiers, Limited,
14 lonsdale Ave.
Head Oificr, 632 Granville St.,
Phone 113
Phone 5900   ■
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North Vancouver
Close-in City Lots at Less Than Acreage Prices
An estate consisting of 73 Lots
Centrally located in the City of North Vancouver.   Some of the streets are already opened.
Close to electric car line and waterfront.
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 viable at $1000 to $2500 each
Maps and particulars on application
IRWIN &. BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD
(Incorporated A.D. 190b, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chiel place ol business in North Vancouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C., Telephone 15
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LACROSSE
The  Ba  C. Lacrosse Assoc iation   has decided   upon .1 cnm-
promisory    schedule    lur    this
year's series of games. The  dc
ei.-aion    was   arrived   at   at    a
meeting   ol the   representatives
ol thc Vancouver and Westminster clubs held 111 the latter eity
recently.   As per the agreement
and  schedule  outlined  a(  litis
meeting thu lacrosse season will
open on .May 14th with an exhibition   game   at    Yancoiicii
and the lirsl league game   will
In held ill New Westminster uli
May :4th.    The 11111c   intervening between   'nue |tll and J«lj
isl has been lelt open so lar as
lhc provincial sei>*. ;s concern
e<l lo , nal,U the Salmon    IUI*
lus  to  pjay   lhe   Minto   Cup
games wiih Monti eai on    JtUM
iHth  and   :5th.   Following    ll
the schedule as arranged
May 14—Westnun. at V.uie'r.
May 24— Vanc'r. at Mesiiiiin
May ib— Wc-stiuni. at Vanc'r.
June 4-Vanc'r. at \Wsliniii
July 1—Westnun. at '.anc'r
July w-Westinin   at Vanc'r
July 30— Vanc'r. al Westiuin
Acq*, b— Westnun. al Valici.
Aug. n—Vanc'r. at Weal.
Aug. 2i—Vanc'r. at Wemiuin.
Sept 5—West, at Vanc'r.
Sept 10—Vanc'r. al  Acslni'ii
Sept. 17—Weat. al Vanc'r.
Sept. 24 -Vanc'i. at west
TO LIMIT Till-; ltOATS
Tin canners ol Hntilh Columbia have been -notified by Provincial Fisheries Commissionc
Hahcock that until they conn-
to some agreement aiming
themselves lelative to the number of teats to bc operated no
provincial licenses will be issued.
The declaration is made b)
MM nl tin canuers tliat thev
"ill operate under llieir Doin-
lull llu use-., but a great main
<>f thelll, icili/e that that would
liable themselves to a legal tangle and 1-csideN involve a suspension ol their fishing operations.
According to a decision of llic
privy council in regard to Mil
cm   lisherics   the   prowine   has
power io   impose   liu uses    for
revenue only, bnt not authoi ll
to otherwiie restrict the lishing
UNCONQUliRKD
However    skilled   and   strong
art thou, my (oc,
However  lurcc- is Uiy relentless hate,
Though  lirm   thy   hand,   ami
strong thy aim and straight
Thy   poisoned arrow leaves the
bended bow,
To   pierce   the   target   ol   my
heart, ah ! know
1 am the master yet ul my own
fate,
Thou canst nut rob me of   my
lust estate,
Though    iorliiiic,   lame    and
friends, yea love, shall go.
Not to the dust shall Uiy liiuc
self be hurled ;
Nor shall  I  meet thy worst
assaults dismayed.
Win 11 all things in the balance
are well weighed,
There is but ouo gre*it danger in
thc world—
Thou  canst  not force my soul
to wish thee ill
That is the onlv evil thai can
kill.
-lilla Wheeler Wilcox.
ORDI-.R RK IMMIGRATION
\n onler in council has been
passed at Ottawa providing
thai aiic immigrant, male or
female, c-nioring Canada, including also persons coming
from across lhe border Iietween
March 1 aud October, to, must
have in his or her possession at
the lime of their arrival at
hast >.\s in iash 111 addition to
their ticket, or such a sum of
money as will purchase transportation lo the immigrant's
destination in Canada. It is
also provided that if immigrants are heads of Innilies and
are ace ompanied by Mich niein-
lx-rs of the family he or she
must have a lurther sum oi
money equivalent to $25 lor
each mcinlxT ol lhe latinly between the ages ol live and tii-
teeii years in addition lo tick'
cts or a sum of money equivalent tu transportation lo thu
place of llieir destination 111
Canada.
IMMIGRATION
F'rom reports received from
the Immigration dipar*i.*'.it .11
Ottawa indications are lhat
there will lie an immigration tu
Canada this year of about 300,-
ouo, made up principally ol
150,1x10 Americans aud approximately 1 ixj,ooo from the liriiish Isles. This shows an increase of about ju per cent, over
last year. Statistics shuw
thai each immigrant had |8oo
in cash or .settlers' ellects. This
means fur the year lhat about
1123,000,000 will Ix- receivud
Irom this source alunc.
FLOWER  CVLTl'RK
Al uno lime it was a popular
idea, eveu among llurists, that
each variety ul plant required
its own special variety of soil.
Now we kuow that this is all a
mistake*. Ninety-nine out ul
every hundred plants will do
well 111 a suil compused ui good
garden loom, well ruttod stable
111 aim 1 e and sand. Some ilu.
ists advise a sprinkling ol bone
meal, which can be added lo advantage, but it is not absolutely necessary. Alter soil, next
in importance comes drainage.
Kvery pot more than three
inches across ought to have
something 111 the way ol drainage -belore Idling 11 with soil
through which the surplus water can tun away. See thai tin
hole 111 tbe bottom of the pol
is kepi open. The minute it
becomes clogged, just that soon
the soil becomes sour and sour
soil means delicate plants.
On, inch of 'lr.iina.ge is sulliuenl lor a live-inch pot ; for a
ten-inch pot, three are not tuo
much. Old llower pots may be
broken up and used fur drainage! purposes also pieces ul
broken china and bus of clui-
coal. Almost anything will answer that will not decay under
the soil.
There is no sel rule lor wanting Uiat applies to all plants
The best one can say is in I
general way. When the surface
ol the soil looks dry, then VI
U-r and do it thoroughly, and
then wait alld watch, and when
once more the soil is dry re|x-ai
the watering.
Some amateurs make the mistake ol too Irequently replanting their plant!. It is bellir
to feed the plants with proper
fertilizers through the KM Oiau
allowing the plants lo feed on
the soil.
In such a case thc plants tttt
little ihanging.    Voung plants.
however, do need frequent shift-
rag to pots oi larger size as
their tiny roots develop. Not
to re-pot such a plant would
mean to check its growth at a
time when the development of a
vigorous root system is a mal-
ter of great importance!
In re-potting any plant, large
or small, disturb the roots as
little as possible. Slip it out
of its old pot, put it into its
ne*- pot to settle the soil you
have added.
MORRISON'S
s. l____
WORKS
Keith Block     Isl Slreel W.
0. K. Woodyard
Con ITth St. asd Moody Ay«
Sc-lll ttowund una   li-lla-tll.
iii-uiii.- i'*»i (iiiii c.r.i iim
dflivaTeil     Aw taorrti cm-
Metll*f,   Ci.-H'lli,',   ,*X'*aH alill.',
grail im, Me,
F. B.  DAY
Pholif 91.
Double Comer
View and Md
JI, 32-211-544
ioo ft x 145 ft
$945 J-I7.S cash
I on*.dele
Double Corner
Bowser & Hope Rd.
22, 23-10-704
66x122 ft.
Jl.ooo—1500 cash.
Bressey
Peers & Boult
REAL ESTATE
laHurence
*iolaty Public
Double Comer
Moody and 8th
11 2-104-550
100x140
53,.VSf>—J1.15" cash
Double Corner
17th and Stephen
1, 2-10-615
140x157 ft.
>'|675—>i,50 cash
Bel monthly
NORTH   VANCOUVER
(_ 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
LTD.
Cor. Seymour and Pender Streets
Telephone 6286. Vancouver, B. C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
TENDERS
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned up to 12 o'clock noon
on Wednesday, the 20th inst., for
the slashing and burning of 23
acres of land in the city of North
Vancouver. Full particulars upon
application. Lowest or any tender
not necessarily accepted.
iiiiiii
4-SI Seymour Street
POLICE coi RT
Three drunks appeared in tlic
police court the lirsl part ol I he
week .md pleaded guilty of tbe
charge, ttt) each tttio lhc usual contribution lo lhc city
treasury. A young man named
Stewart, a travclliT Irom a-
eross tht Inlet, (ailed to -/ive
the magistrate a proper e.\plai'-
atiuu ol where he obtained the
liquor which rendered him in ,i
state ol intoxication last Sunday. He was therefore lined
>m .md costs (or his Inst ol-
feiice. On Wednesday a uml'.
-tuned Noling presumable iioin
the south side ot the lnlcl
pleaded guilty lo a charge ol
being drunk and was fined J>s
and costs or ton dais.
it  i.s expected  that work  will
be pushed towards the election
ol a building (or worship, binds
nearly   Covering    the    required
amount  being already in hand
Sambo—"Whal names have
miu guv to theni kittens .'"
Cully—"Taft -uul Rousivclt."
Sambo-"Whv not Cook and
I I'eary ?"
Cullv—"Dem ain't no Pole-
cats."
On SuiKlav morning lasl in
the Institute Hall, I.vnn V.ille-
communion wa.s celebrated
when over twenty COUMUUni-
CUts were present. Rev. .1. I)
Gillam ut Norlh Vancouver ol-
liciatM. Aller ihe service llio
names were taken of those desirous of joining the l'resl,-.-
tcriaii church. Nine persons
gave their names and these were
Accepted by lhe session on nm
tion ol Mr. G A. McHain. Nuw
that there is a recognised I'res-
bytcriaii church iu I,vnn Vallev
Nelson
Manufacturing Co.
ESPLANADE,   Eait nr
N. V. I.mum Ct 'l Miu
AWNINGS
TCNTS
SAILS
N. NELSON, Proprietor
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Linn" draring. *tump iupI Rock
Blmtiiifj. Kxiri car. n»»r hoiuM.
All <lim»([Pf maAa tnml
KMFLOYMENT     AC1RNCY
.mel Rt.   \V«-a1 nf LnrtaMliI-.
P<1 Box li
Cup Donated to Yacht Club by Capt. Cates
The tccowpenying c ut is ■ design ul thc handsome challenge
cup to be donated to Utt North Vancouver Vachl Club by
Capt. I'll,is. I'.lies ol this dtj The cup will be tt inches in
height and will hi oiie-icil in perpetuity b\ the local Vachl
Club tor whatever class of races lln, Club n.a\ decide upon, llic
stipulation being that ii must at all linns lu* competed for
under the colon ol ilu local club ud at .1 regatta held in
\a, 1 ili Vancouver.
»„„„„„<„„„,„„„,„.„„»„»„,r.
Watches
When confronted with the necessity ol buying a
watch, remember
Ours is the Greatest Watch
House in Canada
IJ Every grade, every make, every siie manufactured,
you will find in our stock, and all at most reasonable
prices.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
JEWELERS
Geo. E. Trorey, Cor. Hastings & Granville
Managing Director e
niwwMwmmtwm
Nt V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1910
April ist-Sl. Andrew's Club Dance.
April 5th—Lecture: Oro. Heatlicrbell on l-'iuit
Pruning ; Miss Hossie Livingston, M 'Women's
Institute Work."
April ;th -Horticultural Society's Dance.
April Hth -Merry Widow 's Club Dance
April iiBal Merry widow's Club Dance.
.Tuly 1st—Flower Show.
Prices for rent of Hall     Dances, Jin ; concerts
and socials, Jill  SNOW, fSrcrc Ui i|.
Or lo C. F. JACKSON, 13th Street.
CHANl'.K OF N.W11-.
A correspondent interested In
this (|llisllun willes as lollows:
"Tin Ambitious City" iii
i housing a name lm all time
ihould sthi 1 iln very Usi and
Kin^  Edward"   is  miggeslcd
lor  lhe lollowing  li.isoiis
First li i.s uncommon,
striking, distinctive, distinguished, siiupli
Stioiul.      Having     . ui.ui. 1
With   thl    I illll   nl   I uol^l.i,   Ollll II
Charlotte  ami   I'rinci   Ruperi
cnic    for neighbors,   vh)   nol
taki    'iiiasioll   I,)    tin    liili,:
aiid trump i'n Imperial outfit
Wltll    tilt*   UallH     Ol    (llll     l-.lll|a,|a*.
King !
N.   11.-Tin   C.P;R.   li.i-  no
thing bm ijnpiieses and  i'liii
cesses in  iis fleet,  displaying
judgmiin in its noiiiiin 1.iim.
Third. Tin Itoyal City had
its name j;i\in ii by iln Iati
1 nm 11 and Mis M,i|i 1 \ m.iv
\t*r\ aptl) 1» approached and
.,ski'1 in s,,nition ili- adoption
oi Ins own n.um snd title as
thai must fitting loi the Imperial Citj in , tnbryo
In the iiaini visil paid b)
nm i.ii, 1 lna 1 I.., Capilano and
lus grei ion reception, thi « 1
has now been paved and oui
coarse cleared lot acting Wi
ire no longer itrangers to His
Majesty.
Reference tn tin- Index List
ol place names) oi The Times
Centenary Atlas shows us bo
lewei ill,111 i'i Victorias, -j
iiiii-iiis, |u Princes, also .1 l ape
Kdward, Fori Edward Lake
Kdward and in Edward rivei
mi ,,1 , .i.h toi nne King Ed
ward,  the last .1 h,milei  .unl
palish in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, lhe name of ailclelll dale
110 iloiibl, but how conic by not
known to the present writer.
This being so the name  su-;-
gestcd may b( said lo be unique'
and   Iree irom in) liability   lo
confusion  wiih anj  other,   .1
mosl desirable object to atlai-n,
al the same lime an expression
ol the loyalty to the empire ol
ils ciii/ciis, their ambition and
aim to do nothing by halves,
bill llll tin bull's eye ever)
liiiie.
RUNAWAY
Dairymen  Hill, unfortunately irom a financial standpoint,
was the her" "I another run-
,iw,i\ accident which occurred
on Si George's Ave, and First
Sn di lasi Wednesday alternoon when his horse took [right
and i.m as ial as lhe corner ol
Lonsdale and First ave., where
sunn passcrsb) i aughl the ani-
mal This 11m, Ah Hill was
in,1 in tin rig .ni'i was saved
perhaps more serious results
than happened to him about
two links ago .11 'in corner of
ind sii.ci aiiil Lonsdale win*"
he w.i* thrown oui ol his wap-
011 against a nli phone pole.
Save im the uusi iting ol his
ians ol milk uud the scattering
ul llu* lluid along the street thi-
il, un,ige io propi rt; uas light.
YOL (id your money's worth when
you buy MI. Pure Paints because
they hitler protect the surface
Ihey cover, and they cover more surface to Ihe ij.illoii. They do protect
better, because tliey contain a special
ingredient that nearly doubles the life of
thesepaintsas compared with other kinds
Pure Paints
coVer better
Tliey rover mon- because they arr made
nf purr materials of besl quality, in thc
prnporlimis lan^ht by sevenli-en years
painl-makinij 'lir practical painter,; and
Ihey are ground rirjht and mi\r I per-
(nil* wilh iiie ritjht kind of oil
Forty colors for interior and exte ior
ttiork of every sort. Made by Imperial
Varnish 6 Color Co., Limited, Ton nto
m.
Recommended iind i'or Sale by
\ 'W-
CLOSING  OUT  PRICES
11 m i
Hiving liii'-nardof m? nnrvrv ground* lobt i-lvinrri up I'-   Mio,
1 »ra prepared in niter ep-i-lal price* on nil fi«h hiru.iin.
BstsaiM na-orum-tit nfOKNAMKNTAI. TREKS, mttwatd 19*0,
liaring l*-rn growing in nur ground* (nr ftSfl, Irom Ilk- up.
Oneo(lhc.lH-»l»eli-clion.of ROsKSin H. 'V. in ill the li-nling v.in-
ftn-i, initlbll fnr thi. wlion, in (rood 2-vi-ar blooming .in*., 2V. earl,
»'.'. I'a-r 100, $190 |»-r 1000; imiller om-l lillf price.
SO 000 KRt'lT TRKES in Uniting virictic-.    Let M pnn* vour li.l.
in,H00 SHADK IUR in ill ai-M uml SffsSS,
(irei-iihaati.ria full of plant, in ill »i/..*« uml pricei, from I" 00 p'-r 100
pet* up.
M. J. HENRY
Office and Packing Grounds
3010 Westminster Road      Vancouver
ujM
mn
.llr.    I, Wiililo]. iti  ol Lvnn
Valley, lun seemed he Bosition
oi night watchman in Spencer's
Ltd. ol Vaiicoinii
N O TI (J E
If you want to sell vour Property, fill in blank space and
Mail to
INKSTER 6k WARD
NORTH VANCOUVER
NAME  	
ADDRESS	
LOT. .... Bl OCK  "-1-
CAPILANO
The dantiest homesites on open roads
in the prettiest part of the first canyon.
Quarter-acre blocks from $275
One-fifth cash, balance over two years
And others between the Keith road and
the river from $350
One-third cash, balance in 6, 2 and 18 months
These speak for themselves and I shall br glad to show them
Jack Loutet
Phone 47 23 Lonsdale Avenue Phone 87
Vancouver Office: 2 Exchange Bldg. Phone 6330
I, THU   nArrccoo,   iNUivcn   \ A1NUJU vnrv,   o.   v..
S35.000
stock or
CLOTHING
TO BC SACMHCED REGARDLESS OE COST
BIGGEST  BARGAIN  SALE  EVER  HELD  HERE
The late Thomas Foster, who for many years conducted an extensive clothing business
at 333 Hastings Street, made it possible for thousands of British Columbians to wear up-
to-date, well-made clothing, embracing at the same time honest material and a perfect fit,
at the least possible cost. Now that the estate is to be closed out within 30 days from
this date, a stupendous sale, embracing legitimate bargains in Men's and Youths' High-
class Clothing, is to take place at 333 Hastings Street, commencing Saturday morning,
April 16th, at 8 o'clock.   Store will be open every evening until 10 o'clock.
EVERY SUIT IN THIS STORE MUST BE SOLD IN 30
DAYS
THAT MEANS BELOW COST PRICE
Wc have engaged an extra staff ol salesmen, who will be pleased to show you our Stock. We have increased our tailoring
department, so lhat we will be able to make all alterations the same day, without extra charge. You have the satisfaction of
knowing that if you buy clothing at this store you will receive the same treatment as meted out to you in lhe pasl—we guarantee a perfect fit.
We
u'.iaranlee
9 OT-a
A bit
OIK SYSTEM OF PITTING AND UP-TO-DATE AND THORlH'GHI.V COMPETENT TAILOR
ING DEPARTMENT ENABLES IS TO ABSOLUTELY   KIT  STOUT  ANI)  SLIM,  TALL  AND
SHORT FIGURES, STOOPED AM) DEOOPIKC SHOUlDERS, OK ANV COMBINATION THEREOF, JUST as \\i-;i.i, as eon.i) a custom TAILOR.
ALL CHANGES ANI) ALTERATIONS WILL   HI-: EFFECTED SPEEDILY.  WHEN YOU OR-
DI-'.K A SUIT IN THE MORNING VOU ARE ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN THAT Vol' WII.I, Kl-
CEIVE   IT  Till-; SAME    EVENING.     NO  CHARGE WILL BE MADE FOB ALTERATIONS
THE HOUSEHOLD WORD OF "FOSTEH   .1 PERFECT   FIT"-WII,I,   BE   A   HOUSEHOLD
word DURING  THIS GREAT CLEARING SALE.
Ml-NS NAVY BLUE SUITS
Ollf (MeliMie stock ol I<)1(> IIIcIIn' all,I vollths'
Mills,  silicic and doiilile breasted,  llall   lillle. serge
ami wonted, from cloth made in Eaat ol Kngland
mills j guaranteed hurt color; lined throughout
uuh iniisi Parmer's sal in ; three button*; uml
llllll length lapels ; one ,,( llie liatlic-sl all,I ucili .1
suits oll  lhe market.    Il  is a  line lll.it  sells reglll-
,it 1-  ai all up-to-date clothing houses at 531  per
suit    Our Clearing Out Sale price, per suit I14.75
TWEED sens
Single .nul Doable Breasted Tweed Smis Mens'
ami \ ouths' ; light greys, browns, green ami dark
mixtures; Hu- cloth in everj rail Imported direct
(rom mills in England. Tin workmanship is superior, stele up-to-date, A line which sells regu*
lath at I'll.on  Our Clearing Out Sale Price JlJ.JS
Firat ou.ilu- Tweed Suits in cloths direct
n,,iii English mills; *""sl °f trimmings; ringta
and doable li..i*-m<1 ; light ami dark mixtures;
nun's nd youths'.  Selling rcgnUrt) at I31.S0. To
he ihared out   al      Ml-75
WATERPROOF CLOTHING
Dm   extettive  simk   ol imported   lawn null,
single  alld  doiililc-lili-aslcil   wald proofs  to  In   sac-
rificed This is truly a superior lim ; exceptionally
light .veightx; ventilated uudci ilu- aims   A mai
that  von can wear at all seasons.    N,, ,,m  cm al-
ioid 10 in- williout ,1 waterproof wlnn wt are idling mil our eiilire slock at pm lu all] lhc cost ol
the male-rial al the mill, lit .nc selling tin- regn*
lar Sis line for     W ".-.
CRAVENETTES
Priestley's Famous Patent-—None better. In
grey and lawn, light ami hia-.- weights, single and
double breasted, skeleton lined. Regular selling
price >:,*■*,    Our clearing ollt sale price $17.50
MEN'S AND YOUTHS' OVKRCOATS
Our nunc slock ol Imported win Spring and
hull Overcoats  Bitra Ion-; overcoats, in giey and
hlack vicuna ; silk lined throughout ; silk lapels ,
lull skirt ; single- hri-asled ; Ily front Regular
I40.00 OVeltoatS, to Ik- cleared od at  f2J75
Grey snd Black Vicuna Overcoats—Serge lined,
ver\ serviceable article, silk faced, Ily (rout, full
slurt,   all  si/cs.    Regular selling price fy>.    Our
sale  price        >l"-73
TOPPBK COATS
In Bniwn, Hlack and Uny--Box clolh am: bes-
vei cloth ; very lust twill linings Something that
will wear well, l-'ull range of si/.es Sells icgiilal-
ly al J-J.S*   Our sale price  $15.25
ODD PANTS iVonths and Men)
lit Blue aud Black Worsteds and Cheviots—
Light ami medium weights; superior quality material ; lniist workmanship; absnluiclv guaranteed
lo hi am hglire.
Regulal  Sio.im lim  for S; ;*.
Regular >'.Vno llu,   lor 	
Regular f6,00 line Inr      	
Regul.ii S|i*o line I'll       $2.;.s
KNICKERBOCKERS
111  Norlh ol England Tweeds and   Homespuns
Varietv of    shaihs and patterns to choose   Irotn
Absolutely new stock, of lh,  latest sides      l'.ver\
pair guaranteed lo lil     Regular plice fi    Selling
during our big charing out sab loi fJ7J
RIDING BRKF.CIH-S
Bedford Cords, Whip Cords, Ducks and Khaki-
All shades anil weights ; buckskin straps ; lace and
button knees.   Regular ft] to ftl line, selling out
at  P9-7S
ClIKSTKRHiaUS
In Black aiid l.n-y Vienna H> Ironl Well
trimmed, Otty nrvieesbh Regular selling priu
5.-..S    Our sale priu-  ili-b0
Street Car Conductors, Firemen,
Sailors and all others who wear Blue
Serge Uniforms
We had all eXlcUsiic stock ot single alld double
hlcaslid serge  Mills, will made, InicK  llllishcd   till
br.uing material in deep indigo, last ty       l'er
sun, Sn hi %)i . jusi alHiui s" pii iiiii   Less ih.in
-.on would lie obliged I,, pa-   l Isewluri     Wr abso
lately guarantee
SUIT PAIR OF PANTS VEST
By way of advertising our sale, we will give away, absolutely free, on Saturday morning,
the 16th inst., to the first purchaser, one suit of clothes; to the second purchaser, one pair
of pants; and to the third purchaser, one fancy vest. Remember our store opens at eight
o'clock sharp, Saturday morning, first day of sale.
The Thomas Foster Clotbinti Sale
MS HASTINGS STREET WEST
f—ft——»•—<—*
»♦•♦•♦•♦••>•«••>•«•»•«•.>• •>•< THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
M-;\\  ia1 li ci I,atki.ns n\
C, FISHEklKS.
li. mission ol the minister ol ma*
nne and fisheries.
——— Indiana may at an) time with
The latest issue oi the Cau- id a thu psttust-ion ui the district
Otuette t" hand contains notice inspector oi fisheries, catch Hah
oi ilu-rescinding ol Ihi linker) lor the purpose ol providing
regulation! Iur British Colum ^^^   ^^^^
bia adopled on June \ ly H,
and the- SUbsUtUtioU '1 in.- lollowing iu part:
Export ni i-ish.
The export ol fresh clams ol
other shellfish, uthet lhan 03
iters, liom the province ul Brii
ish   Columbia   is   prohibited
provided they nu; bt shipped
to any   province ol the Douiin
lull ul caiiada.
Nu loekeye salmon shall Is
exported Irmn the Dominion ol
Canada, c.Ucpt ill .1 lio/cii, can
lied,    sailed,    smoked    ol    mini
condition.
Thc export oi fresh herring
irom ihe province ol British
Columbia is prohibited, ur ol
herrings that havi been preserved in sail loi .1 period ol  less
lood ior themselves and their
i.iiiiilies, bin lor iiu other purposes ; bui nu Indian shall
spear, trap ui pen lish uu their
spawning grounds, or in in)
place leased OT sel apart lor the
natural or artificial propagation   ul liah,   ur   in any  othi-r.
place otherwise specially reserved.
Nu salmon tanner) ur salmon curing establishment shall
be operated, except under license
iioiu ihe minister ol marine and
lisherics.
1 he lee uli a nalUMJU eaiiiici}
01 salmuu cm mg establishment
license .shall bt >ju.
Nu license bu a salmon CU
iic-ry or salmon uii'iug establishment shall he Issmil   UlllCM
CU   Ul   WII,   .'*.    a   ,....„■..   a,.      .vaa.     --'^ralll)     ^lulled    (rtl    U Ul    ill
lhan nine days, or ol herring ol wmitar) condition b) ilu inane kind intended [01 curing, spotter oi tahcria lor lhe din-
canning or otherwise preserv* trict, ur by some other officer
in,;, ur converting into guano, antkoriiad by ihe minister ol
lish fertiliser or ml outside* 01 murine and Oakeries tu make
beyond ihe boundaries ol Can- ihe uecebsary inspection. An an
ada, provided always that ■■■i.il inspection ol all salmon
n,sh herring, laken in gill-ntta canneries and curing establish
iu the waters ol British Colum -—tt shall be made by such in*
bia, may be exported 111 ,1 In sli, SpettM ul lishericcs or such au-
unaalted condition lot iuiuiedi- thodind olhcer, and his a-pori
*.lc consumption ; but the onus sll-J1   ■"  subuulted   lo the   de-
.. - -. I I,
ol pruol ihat such lish, so exported, well taken with glll-
uets, shall rest on the possessor
ur possessors ul such lish.
Fraser River Channel
partment ul marine and Hatter*
(S at lllc close ol iuch season
The reporl ol inspection shall
cover Ult tleaulniess, water
suppl), and uihur necessary conditions ol taeh Cannery ur curing establishment Such report shall be made on au ulli -
rial innpection lorm, siaimg ihe
iiKcssar) details as to the capacity, Mason's pack, number
ul  hands  employed, and   other
particulars.
such bay, cove, creek or Inlet,
shall remain open and unobstructed for the passage ul lish.
Nu .salmuu purse-seine shall
be used in any harbor, ur in an
area specified by the districi inspector ui lishel'ies.
Nu lishing boat shall cart) .1
greater length ol eel than thai
permitted b)  the license ul   the
owner ui operator IheteoC
The use ul nets lor the taking
of lish is ciiuicl) prohibited in
the Itesh w aler lakiis or 11011-
udal waters ol Hritish Columbia.
The use ol hare, unbelted
looks or grapnels (cross-line)
for the taking ol sturgeon is
prohibited.
Thc introduction ui non-andi
geuoiis or non-native hsh alivi
Into the waters ol British Colombia, except by special permission ol the minister ol marine and lisherics, is prohibited,
Prohibited Areas
Fishing by means ni nets ol
any kind or description is prohibited in the wains ul Victoria harbor, inside ul an niiagin
Nu net shall be ..isl ur allowed lo drill on lhc channel side,
iu ihe 1-raser river, within lou
yards ui the liue ul buoys bi
tw.cii ihe lighisiup at the Sand
heads and Slcuslou ; and in
all)   "lllll   pul Hull  ul   lllc ell.ill-
ucl .11 Iht river, an>  uel 111 lhe      Mating ul Boats aud Nels
waiei must bt hauled in   ■ alio*   pa.ssagc   lo a Steamer,   em      All   uets   and   ladling    boats
Ike steamer giving notici to the   ll-1" ■*•** numbufn correspond-
operator  ul  suck  uel b)   low   s\_   with ihose ul the   licenses
sharp whistles, ol thu iic'cessii-   —ntt which they are operated,
(Of mck net king hauled 111.   '    and   each   boat shall havt   lis
j number and the initials   ul   its
Herring oi Pilclmrd,        j,nUK.r ,,_m_\ M i„,-i, t^in d
lhc use ol  nets  oihei    ih.ni :u>«* 00*, 111 black, on _a  whit-
glll-Utts,    dull   UelS    ul    dl.ig-
seiiics, shall nol bu perwuici
glouud, llit ligures and   letters
lu be uul less ih.ui (1 inches in
SClllcS,  SUaUl UUI   UU punned*(  ,,,  a
nit capture m boring m  pii »■*«, ~'[ na net shall have
tUaxd. "s numka .md iha initials ol
A heiinig or pilchanl drill-net ,Us owna' KUlbl>' marked   on
W gill head shall not exceed   1 Un")» "• »«>d "r nxctai, paint
lalhuuis m length, .iii.i iln    n. nd   "hilc,   ami   lioatUf m tin
oi iln. mesh snail not In less WaUl studied m each end ui
man t'_ mclua exleusiun uieas \\*f **i •u)d,;,m,h llulllb"" •"}''
ure
initials shall he ptrmancuih
kept oil such boats alld nets
throughout iiii lishing season,
.uul shall be su placed as lo be
visible wilhuui laking up Ike
nets, .did all) bual or Uti used
withuiil such marks shall bt liable to seizure and confiscation.
Oilier lish
The annual let loi licenses
lor gill-mis or drilt-uels Jor
cadi mg hsh other than Ikons
named in ihese regulations shall
bt >l.oo.
Oysters.
Tin Itt ior .ai uystti   lishing
license iu permit ashing uu _i)
specified  natural  uysur   una,
j shall bt $2.30.
The Ite lol au oysler lisluug
licensi muring a urni ui years,
I shall bt >: ptr ..nuiiin iki aele
a overed b) such license, and llit
lict-ustt .liall bsh ui work 111 iu
laliuu alltiiiaU- purtiuns ui the
area specilied in his license, siuli
baking operations to lit undei
iho .fiiea.11011 oi the district 111
spectoT oi fisheries.
No unt shall lish lui or lake
,,esters during the lliullllls "I
ila , .lum, Jul) ami August in
each year.
l'rohiliiiions
ALEXANDER V.
RBILLY
Teacher ol
Artistic Pianoforte
Playing
North Vancouver,   Saturdays
Studio Address. W Davie St.
Phone R.5732.
,he-'ANDIE
IIM1tN
K
I. "ITS THE
PLACE"
f. k. Beimel,     bi lonsdale
Bargain*
Five lots in 204, near Railroad avenue, including one double
corner.    $1800 for the live.    $800 cash, balance easy.
Pive>fOQnicd house on half acre of ground, near Lynn Valley Car Line ind Iters. Price for cjuick sale $1350; J*, cash:
balance 6, 12 and 18 months
Double turner lacing Ottawa Gardens. Price J5000; J.J
cash; balance 6, 12 lad 18 months.
CAMPBELL & EVENSON
9 Lonsdale Avenue.
Phone   55.
11, iS
Continued on page 11)
Iht kt on a hen nig ol pll
chard dim nst 01 gill uel ll-
'i,ise shall bt *>2.jo.
A   IlilllUg    ol    pllcbalei  "i.i,;
.■cine shall uui exceed too lath-
ums 111 length, -and liu lucsh
"l shall bc 1-lUcll cMillsloii
meruit.
lhe let uU inning ill I'llciuiai
uiagscuit liecnst sUali bt ,s.v
iluiiug sli.cll uul bt hshcu lui
iMUi iht isl .Uarch lu iht joth
.1 I'iii IU each vent, bulb cia)s
inclusive, bul lUe clust season
11..I, culnlllillcc al .Ul cal lu 1
dalt by direction ol the disti hi
inspector ui Uskcrieu in an) lo-
calll) iu nhieii thai ollice 1 ma;
deride that siieh piohlbiiioii ;•
li'ttsSal)    IU   uliici    lu   protect
spawning herring.
Halibut shall uul be laken Ul
lishtd   lur Hum iht isl iu   lhe
,tlSl da)  ul .llaich ill cacli    1 *n
l-olb days llicllliiu.
wa.
Ia:.IS<s   ol    l.lce'll.scs
1'lslllllg  ttllll  lids ol   1*1,1,1  *l|
I'alalus and lhe taking ul   u)
uis, ilams, abadoiiis, crabs "i
"iha shell hsh is prohibited 11
eipluudel license irulll lhe  Al.i*
..lei   ol  Al .el lile   .ill*i  1* l*il> 11. v
No license shall lie grained   1..
.iny pti son, companj  or linn,
unless such pel soli l.s a British
iilijicl, resideui Ul lhe pun iik.
oi British Columbia, or to such
coin)'.iin or iirru, unless .u.h
person is a British Subject, 1,
suleni 111 ilu provinci a,1 (tn 1
ish Columbia, oi lo inch com
pan) or hrm, or is lieen "I  i"
do    husllli ss    111   I'.llllsh   I nluiii
hia.
Ipplicatiofl loi 1 ii.' iisi shall
hi    made   on   an oBlcial form.
.md 11 shall 'a* delivered to lis
a. 1 tisp<a iui oi Bakeries, l»
lots the iini ul sn) usket) ii
iense.
A1  ihe "I 'In  lisTnng sea- ^—^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^
tat,    uih person, eoinpaiii    OC  salmon j   but   no in usee   shall
lum,   shall make a true return I fish   under such license in   ,m\
ai tin total e.iiiii ol hsh iu iin  tinker) Inspeetor'i district other
district inspector ol Bskeriei oi  than thaii In wnich it was ia-
10 ihe nearest lishuy officer.       sued, until such li*  ;i e has ken
s'o gill-net ar drift-net licenw lotmnll) endorsed i   tbi Inspee-
I, ,11 be Iran lerabU excepl   b) ur ol Bskeriei for thi districti
pedal written permission ob No nets ol sn)      I  hall i»e
tained Irom th local inspectoi so need as to encli ■  uy ha\,
Series, and in 'he cSM   ol   '"'•   tntk "t Inlet I in   all
all olher li"-" 1   1 Vi 'I ' cases one ilind "f thi   mlili of
II
Mntl UI.T cl
1: k nd   mi  \||in|i>n mi.I .iiiii.-iH'  hiriilture
DtDlY, Wflw, MhiiI, "ti-l llnr Ki\inrt"«.   Rvptll
nm 111 nil its bran liMi
Piclora Kuiniiii''.     Kiiruiuiri' Hkingt.
173 THIRD STREET, W.
M \ll. Illd'l!:- *.',v,*i, I'luinl-l unci,lml,
All kinds „f
Lumber
Mouldings
Sash and
Doors, Etc.
\'cr\ ' In ip
UlltS CO.
MILL   AND   ill-l-H I
Biplsnsde, East
I'hniie at,    Nortli Naucniiver
J. H. BUSKINS
Cor. 3rd St. & Lonsdale
Since*,!.,,r in H    e. iiiln.i.11
HORSESHOEING and
General Blacksinithing
Special iiii'-iiiiini |ivta to lusi
.n.'l i .1  rii'lin.' Inn..**.    Aim rair-
11 *.*.  mrk || I -'* .1 llmrpriilni.
All  imrk   .iiair.ii.la*.,1       I'r ].l
a. 11 < -1,1. < -ii .   live iur 11 li-i.il.
North Vancoaver
Wooduard
Wc supply STOVlWOOl) any
lenglh rf(|uiicil $2.75. per load.
Prompl delivery.
Phone 190 P.O. Box lib
Board of Trade
North Vaacouver Board el
Trade meeti the third Tueiday
ol eich month, it 8 o'clock p.
tn., in the boird room, City
Hsll. Executive meeti the firit
Tuesday ol each month. W. .1.
Irwin, president; .1. 0. Farmer,
secretary.
dun
boat,
ironi
No salmon hill-uot ol
n> t sh.ill be cast I10111 a
nearer than too yards m
oi one already in the water.
No sunk salmon in is or diver
salmon nets shall he 11 Mil 111 sal-
inoii ncers, or in the estuaries
or approaches lo such rivers.
No  one    hall us.  "i   Opera*
nioie ih.in one net uiniii an) license.
No one other than iha licensee
shall use or ope rale ■ {ill net.
S,illuoll ^ill ml Ilia 1, .is   shall
he  caliel  ill  any  ol  lhe   waters
aai iin provinci  in   'inch mck
lnls are K-j;al  lor lhe lakillj; nl
PIONEER BAKERY
WAIKIR A ill SII K. Proprietor-.
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
Tr. mir N\\ Ih.mii bread   Daily dcliv, y bull pirti of cit*
PhaseH ind -1
Stores : 71 lonsd-tle Ave. Cor. Lo.isdale & ftlh St.
PALACE
HOTEL
Kens
Jj.aa.i pel alld up.
Speciil rates to families and  to refulsi
hoatders	
X- '.:**>   ,,.X
REDA&ANLRUSS
Sicond Strict,
PROPRIETORS
NOUTII   VANCOUVEI., U. C.
LYNN   VALLEY
H)»i leel on cariine, all cleared Price 51 .son. Terms '4
cash, halance'i, 11 and |8 months
lo acres, beautiful lor subdividinc, will sell at a piniu nl
Itjuoo. I'riee lio.ooo. Tunis ' a cash, balance 6, II and iS
inonllis
Lots 7 and 8, Hlock It, U. L. 104. I'riee S650.00. Terms
IjtJ cash, balance (. in and lb months.
MAY £.B11RN5
Keal l.stdii and Financial A^anli
NORTH VANCOUVER TERRY IIMI TABLE
STliAMKR ST. OBOROE        STR. NORTH VANCOUVlilt
Leave V
in.
Leave N. Vin
Leave N. Van
Leave
Van.
•b.20 a.m.
•b.45 «-m-
't, i„ a.m.
•b.45 »-m-
7-3°
7-50   "
•7.20   "
•8.00
8.30
8.50   "
*8.2o   "
•8.50
9-15
9-45   "
9.20
9-45
10.15
IMI  "
10.15   "
10.45
1115
11.45  "
11.15   "
11.45
12.15 P-m
12.45 p.m.
12.15 p.m.
12.45 P-m-
I.I|
■-45   "
l.I|   '
1-45
2.15
2.45   "
2.15  "
3-45
315
345   "
3-15  "
3 45
4-15
4-45   "
4-15   "
4-45
5-15
5*45   "
5-15
5-45
6.15
b*45   "
6.15   "
6.45
7*»5
7-45   "
725   "
i-45
8.15
8*45  "
8.15   "
••45
915
945   '
915   "
9-45
10.15
■0.45   "
10.15   "
10.45
"
•ll.lj
•11.45   "
•Not
1115   "
on Sunday.
12.00
Time
Table subject to
change without
notice.
Cars leave Lonsdale Avenue,
Keith Road, and yuiensbury
Avenue Terminals as follows:
•6.05 a.m.
•6.30   "
•7.00   "
*7-35   "
8.05   "
8-35  "
9.00  "
9.25 "
9-45 "
10.25  "
10-55  "
After which cars leave at Ine
minutes to the hour jn*i i-un-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^.ty-five minutes after tli hour
until midnight.
For Grouse Mountain lake the Lonsdale  Avenue  car.      For
I,vnn Vallcv takr thf Qnewi 'urv Avenue car.     For Capilann
lake thr Keith Road 1.11
Cars leavi lerrv landing lc*i
nil points* as lollowi:
•b.is a.m.
*MS  "
•7.20  "
7-5"   "
8.20   "
8.50   "
9.20   "
9-45   "
Aftet which can leaw st ten
minutes past lhe hour and lenity luinules lo the hour until
midnight.
• Not on Sundav.
Modern methods of construction combining
j^rtistic decorative features with low cost
Result in homelike co^y residences
Jhat make thc slandard ol quality
|n ihe houses that wc build.
Nothing is omitted    Our plans
Shoe >\ir\thing necessarv lor thc completion
Qf the store, nsidi-nie, etc., that we build,
k^one of the objectionable extras, and
THE
people for whnm we have built in Nnrth Vancouver show thrir appreciation bv advising the intending home
BUILDER
to come and see us. Don't accept the statement of
another lhat they can give vou thc same results, if
vou want the besl (onsult
MATT. ft. MARTINSON
CONTRACTOR
Home Block, Lon.dile Ave.      Phone 173      P. 0. Box Tl
Advertise in the Express
If you wish to sell your real estate.
/ THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
NEW  REGULATIONS ON  B,
C. FISHERIES.
Stcellicads.
( Continued from page lo)
try line drawn Irom Macauli.v
l'oint to Clover Point, and em
bracing all the waters ot the
harbor to Victoria Arm and including the iulet i
The waters ol Nanaimo harbor and Departure Hay, provided, however, that herring gill
nets may bc periuilled in tluv
waters [ provided also that in
the waters ol Departure Hay,
drag-seines may be used lor llic
purpose of catching herring ;
bul lishing operations with such
drag-seine.' shall Ik- restricted
to the hours bctwoeu J.J0 a.m.
and j p.m. and a weekly done
time Irolll ,S p.m. Sutuiday to
7.30 a.m. on the following
.Monday shall also be observed
Smelt and Sardine.
The use ol nets other than
lull-nets or drifi-uiits for llie
catching of simlls or sardines
i.s prohibited.
The fee for .1 smelt or lardiiic
drill-net or gill-uel license shall
bc J 1.00.
Saiinou.
The use of nets other than
drill-nets or gill-nets, drag'
seiiifs, [llirmneiiwe and trap-
nets, shall not bc periuilled iu
the capture ol salmon
A gill-not or drill iiu nr
taking salmon shall not exceed
150 latlioins in length and lhe
depth or vei 1 nal breadth theie-
iil shall not exceed 60 .moss its
l.ue    lhe   wolds "This    liu iim
shall  be  valid   between    Kev
ttcsliniuslc-r bridge and Mission bridge." Making under
this license shall not be conducted in any t.lliir portion ol
uiu- nver than thai specilied,
No one shall lake aockevt
salmon Ironi ilie ist October in
each .ear to the .loth JttUO following, both days inclusive, except iu that portion oi British
Columbia BOrtb ol the Jill parallel   of   north latitude,   when'
the ilose seusut! lor soikr.e
s.illllnll shall be from lhe 1st 01
October la each vear lo the
loth .lune following, both days
incentive, and dm ing smh close
nine 110 salmon gill-nils or
drift nits, having meshes "I It ss
than 7 inches extension iiie.i-.urt*
shall be used ; but no sallii".'
ims of any kind shall be nerd
111 thai portion ol tliu l-'rasii
riviir inside llu- outside edgea ol
the Saiidlicads, Irom l'oint
Gfty to the |9th parallel
iif north latitude, Irolll the 15th
Augusl to ihe 15th September,
in eack year, both davs Indn-
sive.
No one shall lake mho, dog
salmon or humpback salmon
(rom the 1 .StIt November in each
year, lo the Ist .1 miliary (ol
lowing, both days Includve,
Si/e limit No salmon under
three pounds in weight shall In'
taken  hy   me.i'iis  of nets,    and
taken shall be returned to the
water alive.
No one shall take steelheads
from thc 15th November 111 each
year to the 25th March following, both days iuclusivc, in the
non-tidal waters of Hritish Columbia, and in the tidal waters
thereol 110 one shall lake steel-
heads from the ist January to
the 15U1 March lollowing, both
days inclusive.
Sturgeon
The use of fishing implements
other than gill-nets or drill-nets
shall not be permitted in the
capture oi'sturgeon.
A sturgeon gill-net or drill-
net shall not bc less than 12 inches, extonsion measure.
Thc lee lor a sturgeon gill-
net or drilt-nd shall bc ll.jo.
Trout
No one shall lake Irolll ol
any kind Irom the 15th Noveiii-
1-t.r, 111 each year, to thc 25II1
March lollowing, both days inclusive, except in the waters ol
the i-nieiior portion of the province, east ol the K'olh 1111 ndi
an, where no one shall take
trout of any kind [10111 the 15th
November 111 each year lo the
30th day of April following,
both days inclusive.
No trout ol any kind under S
inches in lenglh shall be takes
from the waters of llritisli Columbia, and if taken shall be
Immediately returned to tlii-
watt-r alive and uninjured.
No trout under three pounds
ill weight shall be bought, sold
01 exposed for sale iu the province of Hritish Columbia, nor
shall any Irout be bought, sold
or exposed for sale during 1 Inclose season provided therefor.
Pinning for trout through the
ice is prohibited.
Tidal Houndaries
The tidal boundaries lor Ihe
purposes oi the .Fisheries Act in
the rivers specilied below shall
be defined .is follows 1
Fraser river—A line* coinciding with .Mission bridge.
Cowichan river A hue drawn
from Serpentine l'oint 10 Cow-
ichmi Head.
N'aus river—A line drawn a-
1 loss the river Inun Rocky
l'oint to a projecting point on
the  opposite   bank ol the   su.d
iriver, iniiilidiatilv  above lisi.
[en bay.
Rivers Inlet - -A line dr,.wii
limn the Devil's Slide Ki .1
point   on    the    opposite   slime
I marked   by   a  post   bearing   .1
white Hag placed there by authority of the district iislivr-
inspector during the lishing .-.i.i-
SOD.
I Skeena River- I'loin I line,
uiaiked by beacons, to bi* plated on cither sidti of the rivet by
the distiiu iaapactor jI tbkerie*
I at the beginningi ol e.ich Qahiug
iseasoii, drawn acron the Skeena river seven miles above one
drawn (rom the northwest poinl
of Rasplierry Inland, along .111
imaginary line in 1 nonhwir.i
I direction to a rocky point   on
thc northwest bank of the Skeena river, and from the said
northeast point of Raspberry
Island, along an imaginary line
in a south-east by east-iiall-east
direction, to a rocky pom' on
the southeast shore—so Ial iai.
the sockeye salmon fishery is
concerned; and from a line
drawn across tbe river from
Sand Island on the right bank
to Rocky Point ou the Icit, so
far as the spring salmon bsh-
ery is concerned.
Weekly Close Season
ihe weekly close time ior salmon fishing shall be from Friday midnight to Sunday al b
p.m., 111 all the waters oi British Columbia south oi the 5isl
parallel of north latitude ; bui
salmon traps located wesl 01
Gonzales l'oint, Vancouver Island, are excluded Irom this
close lime; provided that in
the years 1910, iyi 1, 1-jll, I
1914, et al., known aa "email j
run" or "oil" years, lliis weekly dose time shall bc six liom *
longer, vi/.., from Saturday at
J p.m. to Monday lollowing al
6 a.m. in lhat part ol the Fraser river between New Westiiuii
ster bridge and Mission bridge.
In the waters nortli ol the
51st parallel ol nortli latitude
the weekly close time lor salmon lishing shall bc Irom Saturday 6 a.m. to Sunday a.m.
The weekly close time for salmon traps located west ol (Ion
lalei l'oint, Vancouver Island,
shall lie from Friday at b p.m.
to Sunday following, at 6 a.m.
During the weekly close timc-s
above specified salmon lishing
with nets shall bc strictly pro
hibitcd.
Services at H a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Grayer meeting on Wednesday,
at 8 o'clock. Pastor; Rev. J.
D. Gillam, M.A.
North Vancouver Catholic Indian Alission.—
Sunday Services—Mass at 9
a.m. Sunday school at 2.30 p.m.
Benediction at 3 p.m. I'astor:
Rev. E. Peytavin, O.M.l.V.G.
Baptist Church, cor. 5th and
St. George:—
Sabbath school at 2 p.m. Services at 3 p.m. aud at 7-3° Pm'
Buy at the
Welcome
Parlor
And Save Money
For Groceries,
Dairy Produce,
Vegetables and
Fruit
CHURCH SERVICES
Methodist church,  coiner Mil
street and St. George's avenue:
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday School and bible
class :.3o p.m! Class meeting
to a.m. Sunday. I'rayer meeting b p.m. Wednesday. Moody
viile Sunday school 11 a.m.
Pastor, Rev. B. 11. Balderston
B.A.
Lynu Valley Institute Hall:—
Services every Sunday  morning tt tl, and eveaiag at 7 p.m.
Ashcroit I'otaloes Jj.50 per
sack.
Highlands   Potatoes  $1.25   to
$1.50 per sack.
Best J. & M. Collec,fresh roasted and ground, 3 lb Ji.no,
also a grade at 25c.
Indian and Ceylon Tea, 3II1 fl,
also all standard grades.
Alberta Butler, best creamerv,
Also Butter at 25c. and 30c.per
pound.
Fancy Apples:
Wine Saps $2.75 per box.
King Apples J2.00
Oranges all sues from 20c. up
to 50c. per do/.en, guaranteed not touched by Irost,
and sweet and juicy.
Large assortment ol Knglish
Candies imported and domestic from 15c, up to 50c.
Also Fancy Chocolates up to
$1.00 per lb.
New laid Eggs daih, ) do/.cn
for fl.
Telephone i.'b       Free Delivery
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU GREENHOUSES
Llmlltd
choicMl
CUT FLOWERS
in liittn al IntvMt prici'ia.      iiiii-11. a trial for
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
60? Nasliiiiis St., W. Vancouver, B.C
MiVW'^*^..^^^*^*^'^^**^*^^-^*^^*^
Chas. H. Cates
PILE DRIVING
AND
General Contracting
AITI.Y AT
HEAD OFFICE—Boomi 12 ami LS,   Hack Block
'   163 Haitingi Street, \V     Telephone .W99
Or Catea'Wharf,  NorthVancouver.    Phone IM
'.•^'^.^^.•^'^^'.^^.^.•^^'^^at.^l'^'^k^^^^l*^-'^
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTi
GROCERS
CHEAl'SIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
W. T. STEIN 4 CO.
CHARTERED 	
 ACCOUNTANTS ^^^^^^^^^^^
  I Groceries and Proviuoni
319 l'ender street, Vancouver Wholesale and Retail
and 116 Heatings St. (dowmtaira)
North Vaniouver ; Delivery Taesdayi and Fridays
ARCHITECTS
■I.
MUSIC
Si. John the Evangelist, 8th
and 13II1 streets:—
Holy communion, b a.m.;
morning prajei n a.m.; even-
lug prayer, 7.30 p.m. On llu
lirst Sunday in the mouth there
will be a second celebration ol
lhc holy communion al 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh lloo|>er.
Services at St. Clement's hall
Lynn Valley: Morning prayei
II a.m.; evening prayer 7 p.m.
l'riest-iu-charge: Kev. II. II
Gillies.
St.   Andrew's    Presbyterian
church, bth street:—
North Vancouver
HOSPIT L
OOJTDI 'Hi' ii
TIIK Missi'.s UAWSQS
I'.Tlih.-nlcl S.iryinil, Matlit-itl ami
M.itaTi.uv Nurw.
Niaftu Sent Out tn Application
For   la-rm.  ii|.|.lt   at   tl,* lloapital
l',ir. IMIi Mnet.t M. Antlrti*. Ate
PHONE  69
S.STANLEY MlTToN U1.C.A jprof. jqs. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
ARlHIThU Vancouver Opera Home
413 Granville street. j Rooma 3 aid 4 Elka' Ha-, Cor.
VANCOUVKR, B. C. Robeonand Granville Streeti.
All Iaitruments.      Phone 1)30
BARRISTERS
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Bairruteri, Solicitori, etc.
Rooait 104-10} Crown Building,
615 Peader Street
Phoae 996
S. D. SehulU        C. S. Arnold
PICTURE FRAMING
BAIHs
kallethe's Bath
Coraer Homer aad Peader Sta.
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largeit itock of
mouldings in B.C.to select Irom
ki when yoa want Iriming done
cheap and well get our pricei.
BAILEY BROS. CO. LTD
540 Granville aid 138 Cordova
RUBBER STAMPS
wmm
IWM
___.——i-i— -
It is Not Greater' Income That You
Need, So Much a* the Habit
of Saving
llow much of your Income
li.ive you left over, at the end
of the year I
Old age is approaching, lor .ill
ol us—are. you making provision
ior it ?
it is not dillicult to ,1111111111-
l.i 11 money, once you commence.
The best way to commence i'io open a Savings Account
Opai one today- at the Beal
aal lininih of llie Hank of Ham
ihon.
Intel est itedltcd-at highest
turrelit Catee—0> deposits of Sl
inui upwards.
C. G. Heaven, Agent
North Vancouver
The oily up-to-date aad reliable bath a-ouita _ Britiih Co-,
ltuabie-
We cart where olheri fail
Satiaiactioa guaraateed or ao
pay. Plata hatha, electric bathe,
ihower bathi, maeaage ior body, aealp ud lace; electro ther-
iptalic hatha a ipecialty.
JOS. KALLETHE. PROP.,
Gradaite of Unlit-, Germany
THE GEO. h. iiEwrrr co
M jiiiiUcluieie
MFEMOI lil BULK STAMPS
bi^n and Price Markers
in 1 uKiiti.D Bibs.   Poai R)>7^
BUVNEIS COLLEGES
REAL ESTATE
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Haitiigi St. W.
Canada a  Graat.it  Waalern   Sahool
E   J. Sprott, RA, - - Ifuiger
Keep your eye oa
EAST  VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particular! apply lo
HORDES 9 THORNTON
Phoae 81)     440 Homer Street
PITMAN'S
Busliifv% College
632 Seymour st., Vancouver
Day school open all  the year
round.    Night school commenc-
ei September 8th.
CHIROPRACTIC
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
Yorkshire (loarautee k
Securities Corporation lid
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgate - - - Manager
Canadian Detective Bureau:—
Offices everywhere j
Vnnr,,iiver Office      2» Km|.ire Block
M llaatiiiit- at. weal. Pliorn- 2236
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
Can.I Peid-ue        -        - $1,500,000
■ cit-rta aad MMM Prolit. J,900.000
Tolal Anal*      -      •      -       otai M.eoe.OOO
IADIIS- HAIRDRESSINt.
30 per cent Discount
(HI all lines of Hair Goodi
during our great removal lale. in
urder to reduce our large stock be
lure taking poisession ol our new
i i.iiaiscs, ai all available space-
will be required for the display of
the large shipments of new goods
now --ii route.
MADiXl III'MPHKKYH
MV i.iant...» Strict
MBTAURANTa	
All North Vaacoaeer people
eat at
LEONARD'S
Either Flack Block or Haitingi meet, oppoaiti the aiw
Poit Oflice. Leonard aal la kie
tea by the pound.
WATCHMAKIRB
Eagliah prictical witckaator;
Eitabliahed 1S89
Specialty,   rrpiiriag
W00DR00FE,
311 Carrall Street THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
11111111111 ii 11111 ifif fi 11 iiih 1111 n ii ii ii i
NOTICE !
Our buiinc-is is now practically on .1 caah bi
lie   This cnablee us to give our cuitoinen the
same high t lass goods we have alwayi handled
.it wn much l>ciU't' pi ices than can he obtained
ironi storci doing a credit trade.
Try .111 order and compare quality and pi ice.
,    J.\. &M.Nct1lLUN
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Local News Items
WATCH VOU THE TAG !
HAND PARADE
The band boys have lieen   do
mg over-Hint ihis week practicing   lm  tin it   public app.ar-
w   kogns is completing  ai   anu- on  Saturda) evening   al
rangetneata loi ih. erection ..1 a the Kaadie Kiuhen.   I'ndoulii-
r.sltlemi   loi   Ills personal OCCtl    n||\  ,1 large crowd ol expectant
patios on Keith ruad juit west ipectatou will be on hard to
,.i the Grand boulevard see the pioneers parade
Mi and .Mrs. J I MeAleete,
ulio have been occupying a
suite in the Keith block during
the winter months, hau united
back to their reiidence on 1 |th
street.
M.ssis 1 ampbell aad liillei
havi opened np 1 barbi 1   shop
al  ih. i"..1 oi  Lonidale  Ave .
Tlui bave only temporal")   lu
lines 111 su lal, lml hale ordi I
ed ihe permanent ones aad ea
pi, 1   to  instal  iinin in ..   i.tt
weeks.
Mr. J. A i .1I1I11, late ..1
\ ancouver, has n nted tin house
i.tunit occupied b) Mi   k   1
TllllllUills   oil   l'llsl   slltt t     Ileal
St, Andrew's .\y,.
lh, B S i'i inu Rupert,
nliith aai lutn tied up at tin
Wallace ship yards lor the pail
1.11 weeks undergoing the touch
ni ih. painter's I.rush, was'
completed  Thursda)   and   Idl
the yaiils iiiiilu  lut  own sleain
ilu ...mn elternooa
Missis    Dlikellsoll  alld  ScOlt,
proprietors ol the mw s.ivh and
dour factory on the Eiplanade,
have     Ittst     leutlth     IniUlled
t in 1 r electrical machiaer) aad
in .1 tew days will In able to
iiiai'.uiiu   tin- opening ol  ilu-ii
i.n unt  i.,i  Imsiness
COUBT OF REVISION
The inun ul revision of the
.issesstiunt roll ol this citv mii,
in held in lln* city liall at 2 p.
in. on Monday when objections
to lliis yeai s assessment   will
in heard anil dealt wiih.
Announcement
We have op,mil an ollice al
4 Lonsdale A v. nue lor lhe convenience oi nm North Vancouver clients.
We antiup.iit peat activity
in North Vancouver property
this sutnuiiT and are convinced
thai now is ihe time to buy before the use in values iaUs
plate. We have several piopel-
ties oll uiu list Which look attractive .il present prices mid
should yield a handsome profit
ill the near luture.
We are open lo receive lists
ol properly lor sale lruin owners mid same will receive our
besl attention. We have a
large clientele ainl il prices are
light tan ellect sales.
We also manage estates, collect rente and acl as linancial
ers generally, including the
handling ol limber meas ami
mines.
AI.VH von AI.YENSLEBEN,
LIMITED,
G. ANDERSON, Mgi
broken generally, Including the
North Vancouver.
VANCOUVEI    CREMATORY
According to the li C. Build*
iiig News Vancouvei may have
a ^50,000 crematory constructed at the .Mountain View cemetery, The construction will be
proceeded wnh under lhe super
> ision 01 iln Cremator] Solicit oi the state ..I Washington.
The report of Thursday even
ing s Ratepayers' Association
meeting was crowded ont ol
ihis edition, but w ill appear in
detail in Tuesday's issue. The
tew. principle subjects dealt
with were the ri-nmning ol the
city which resolution was lost
on u vote ol IS to 9. A rcso
Iation questioning the council's
.uiioii in changing bench grades
back to straight gradei on
north and south streets was
palled unanimously
WATCH I'OR THE '.'AG :
ARRIVED HOME
Mi and Mrs. T. C, Eves te-
111 Plied vestcrdat iinin a plcas-
,mi three months' trip through
lhe llllll-.ll Isle-*     Save lor lhe
lading health ol his father Mr.
Eves stated that their trip had
been obi  ol genuine enjoyment
imm st.nt ti) Imish.
WANTED - Good laundress
1*. taki w.i lun ;s home, l'lione
.-I.- ni addrea I' o Boa si,
North Van.a.in 1 r
WATCH l.*l< THE TAG
WATCH l-'OR THE TAG !
WHITE-KING
'Neath IB array iii pink i.ii
nations and a corresponding
and tastefully decorated loom
lhe solemn and beautiful rite ol
marriage was icdemnitcd between Mr. Geo. Everett While
aud Miss l-'rankie II. King,
both well mid popularly known
Vancouver young people. The
wedding took place in thc suiu
ol Mr. mid Mrs. J. L. Gallagher in the Keith block Thursda)
morning and was attended l.y j
only the immediate liit-nds ol
the contracting parties       Thei
bride, who was attired in a
handsome and tasty travelling
suit and carried a boquet oi
white carnations, was attended
by an intimate friend, Miss
Patterson who also carried a
boquet ol pink carnations. The
groom was supported by a
time tried companion, Mr. C.
Greer. Miss King, leaning OC
the arm of her uncle, Mr. J, L*
Gallagher, made her appearance in the temporary chapel
promptly al 10 o'clock and immediately Mr. llewell sounded
the beautilul notes of Meiidil-
sshon's wedding march. Alter
the ceremony was concluded
and the bridal party were ic-
tiring, Mr Bewell again sounded the air ol those impressive
notes.
While the registry was being
signed Mrs Hewcll sang sweetly "May Morning" and "Mm/
ol Argyll-."
The wedding breakfast whuh
WM served amidst a lloral display ol pink carnations
and' greens in the adjoining rooms, yvas a
happy event and the solcinniit'
nl the occasion was lorgotteii
for the time being and merry
jests of a cheerful nature were
indulged in.
After an interchange of greeting! the happy couple lell lor .1
two weeks' honeymoon trip to
the sunny southern climes and
on their return will take up
their residence iu Vancouver
Mr. and Mrs. White were the recipients of many beautiful and
useful presents, amongst which
was a cheque for a substantial
amount The groom's present
to the bride was a sunburst
with pearl and diamond sellings.
The best of good wishes were
extended to the liappv couple as
the leal  (aim  Skier   oi  the
while lialldkerthlel was seen oil
the out going buy
WATCH PO! THE TAG !
New Whitewear
An immense mine of lldln' niimlin undori-armenta haa just arrived
fr,,in thn inaiinfiictiintri in the city ol Quebec. You will find thei. exceptionally good vidua owing to the enormoua advance in eottom aince
wn pliu*.'.four orilers over nix months' ago.    See pricei aa under,
l.ailit'S1 l'lain CorBt-t coven,
good quality, each      20i*
Udif«' Corset Corem, um-
broidery triuimei, each. ..35c
Ladies' Corset Covers, finer
quality, each 46c
Ladies Corset Covers, very
line luce iriiiitned, each   70c
Ladies' While Underskirts,
dual frill, embroidered     11 "0
Ladies' White Undi-rKklrtH,
einliri.iil.-r.-il imd hi. e I rimmed,
1135, I'A IIU'') I'"'1    tttt
Missea' White Underskirts,
66c., 11.25 and |1.35
Ladies' Night llownj, am-
broidered, special ISc
Ladies' Night Gowns, $1 00,
$1.16, 11.36 and (1.40
Misses' and Childrens'
Gowns at a   prices.
Ladies' Mu.lln Oraners,
spei'liil price Sue. a. d        2V
Ladles' Mealbi I1r.1t ,*rs, laiv
nnd enil.i.ii'ltrv trimmed, 411.'.,
We.,Hit . Me., Wit- nn.l  II.S6
rhililren.' and Mi-n*.'
limit, r-, '.'lit- m-d "p
J. J. McAI
KEITH BLOCK    LONSDALE
PHONE 93
ARE YOL GOING TO BUILD ?
Come to us for the money ami repay it
to suit yourself
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOT S FOB SALE
JOHN  ALEXANDER & CO.
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
121 Lonadale Avenue
PARTNERSHIP
Opportunity lor a man
and wife with about $300
to take interest in establishment and profitable business in the city of North
Vancouver.   Apply al
1 vpri ss (ii 1 in
C
ONTENTED
USTOMERS
ARRY
ONVICTION
c
OURTEOUS
IVILITY
ONQUERS
ONTRARINESS
For  onion   and potato setts also Rower   seeds   of
best quality.
HALL'S GROCERY
PHONE 189
Cor. St. Oeorge'i & 8th Street
N. VANCOUVER
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NORTH VANCOUVER REALTY IS NOW THE
Best Buy on the Market
Nothing can excel it.
We Offer the Following:
Lots 25 & 26,
Blk. 9
273
>4500, $2000
:ash.
Balance 6 and 12
months.
Lots 21 & 22, Block 4
D.L. 265
inOOeieh. $600 cash
balance in 6 and 12 months
LYNN VALLEY
Fine Lots
$200 etch.
$25 cash, balance $10 per month
DONT FORGET YOUR INSURANCE
WK ARK S()],K AGENTS KOI!
Ihe Commercial Union Assurance Co., London, England
which Company has Assets of $88,850,000
Henry Eves ®. Co.
HKNRY T  C   l-VF.S AND PERCY KING
67 (El 09 Lonsdale Avenue
PHONE 6
441 HUM I I I IIIMI MM I I-l I III II II 1 I I -I -l -I-H 111 HM +++++H I H 1444 H4I--H-
NORTH   VANCOUVER
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