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North Vancouver, B.C., ArursT 23, 1U10
Number 22
BUTCHERS' BARBECUE
The aii'iilal Inilahers' hurhripi*. wil1
'"' hM '" Nnilli Vunrou-er il aln*
iisiial location iii, ih,, grounds ini,**aiil
"f   ill''   hotel   North   \llllei,liter   11,111 ,1
row iltomoon,    This untul imlobrn
lion is gtOmdly Hie ilieclillte fail .,
vert   large  iniiiiher oi  usiiors    ,,,  Hi,
North   Shore,   principal!)   lhi  merit
"'T'*r- ainl llieir limili«, Tin* liar
1 nin;   of   ih,*  |„,.f   und  million is i,|-
itiiys an attraction ,,( much in mmi
nol only In those uin, i,,,,. ,,.,-a
ti'ilnesM"!   lln*  mnl   Is'fauc   lui: to Oil
ers ii li,this Hi,, ium luclrutlon yeai
after tear. Tl,,, scene r. a. lie- | climax houeier wlnn lhe bulcbm take
the meal from oil iln* pii nnd Nrvt
il   oui   on   sliaes  of  bmd,      Tlie    ien
Igimhl lours   ul   lliis    linn*   am
enough I., (|vi ihe nn wl fastidious a
craving  np|**iit,*.
POSTAL COLLECTION BOXES
CITY TAX  SAI I',
Hie disposal   of   Hi,* lialance of   lhe
l"lt  nl   lln   'i',t   lav   nh    k   placi'
in llic 'ilv hull lasl I'ridny, The
prim as a wlt'ile uere fur below normal* Tin* i- mil. however, i Jub *■'-
ant criterion a- then* is little doubt
llial llic |ir..|.*rlies will lie rr*la*cin*>*l
More lln* lime limit, .un* n-nr, .'\
piles.  The location ,,f Hi,. majority oi
lhe html thus oiler,*,! ul auction In
amer delinquent hives was in |l. I .
m ailnl -Til while lhe lllllllll,,' Wits
sa.illereil Ihrtiughotil the ilittcrci'
parti of the cily.   The niglMet   prfee
tllllailleil    for     al   siin;||.    |,,|    „„,   sivi
ntnl the principal p*u*akaa*n wire
realty wm.
IIII H:   Ma Wl (ill I    II WIS   I'HR
PRINCE ttt i'liii
the   r.s'te   i-   ml-.illg   l-   all   lhe    ill
f< .1 mm n.i,  iimi   mu  l«' t'i,. itiol ul   lhe
all-Ill. I    Uilliin ipail   otliie.     H,.   |,f|    «ill.
l'i. liner l.nurier'- part) (,,i Victoril
In-t    Wrdiicsiliiy   will, ihe munition ol
inking part in ilu* rmptlon at   Uw
cnpiliil,   autl   Ihere   is   n,, doubt   but
lliul    lie   was  a   promiiieitl  figure   in
that   I'veitl.    He  led    no   wnnl when
■taring when  he would  return iu wh
iini   lie would m company  llu* pn m ■
on the inp I., i'mi,,* Report, iiiii.,,n'i
In*  na-   urgisl   lo ,1,,  so  in  -om.*     i
eles.        It     sisoil-     appalelil,  llnlei.'i   ,
that    In*   hai-     el    lu.   fa,v   |,i   ||i..   muiii
I lien  lie  will   iit   iiiiiI  tain   lln*   I'	
ier's ear or  thai   of  Mllesl.r Graham
in relation la tnapteting Burrard   In
lei and lhe -tie of tin* Sa*..,,nl Narrow- luidge ami in,,-i probable i.i .ill
extend all invitation to tisjt the
Norlh Shore when lite part]   li turn .
NI IW BUSINESS I'Ml ini li
Mi. C 11. Hickman ho. taken i pm
ner in  his  g n   tnisoi i.   I.ous
tblle Ave, Mr. Vi. II. Hond, i recent
unit nl frotn  Hun,las',  S, olhuul        Mr.
Iiunii, while being new m tin* "111111
is. novortholiaa, an "hi gfoorr, Ihimiil'
Imm ...nne. ted in Hint line "I tnisine-
foi a liilmttei of \ear- in lite iilil
bind. He hn- taken a -uli.titnlial in
laie-l in Ihe C, It. Hi, kmaii k Co,
a oini'in and a- n iv-ult some brail* li
illg   oul    is   eolltemplalled A-   It   tlial
ler ol Inal Ml. tli< knian lia- l.sn
bulking lm a suitable man lo take an
interest  in  ttie business ami  lii,'      "■■
ol ihe reaponeiblllty Irom Ins   .hi.nl
alel-   ii Ill   l-l.'lll ll-    lln*   lill-ili'*.-
Iins l*ii,wii I,, sin Ii an e\l, ul llutl il
l- quit! burili'lisouie fot "Ite man In
a.leipuilely h,,,k llflel the diffelcllt
III.un lie- III Ml'llilng like nil ellieielll
MMI  •      \li"l In'i   ili*|i'iilille  fnun    lln*
regiihn grocer) bu-ine-s, bul -iill  li
Hie lui"! supply  Inn*  is * onicuiplnted,
bill   Iltl.I Igclllfllt-   haite  mil   s,. fal  , ..In
plotel  ilicin-elve- a- I" In* linlili* Iv am
lloilttetsl.
HhTSII ITItr,
A «mnT brush lire on iln  -nutli dd*
of  Keith   Ri'it'l  between  Cheeterllild
and Maliain li.'., eMM Ml! '.tecinrng
a iiinlhigrnlioii ol no iii"iin piMpol
lion on Friday when llu* llinie- lie
gnu lo spread bei'iiul iin notritlcd
UN ntnl coinnii iinsl hiking lip 'lm
thy  grits-  uml   hot   Im-hc   in   'I''   'I'
ri" inm   of   lhc   large   I *e    m n*  I    h*
lhe   Norlh   Vnl lier   land   a  '1     I'll
prmrnient Alaoojatlon ao Ottawa fl i
ha, lln* liuieli annul ol me of
lhe olliael- of lhe lnw till" had I".:*
ll.ililied   ill   lie*   ilalllfl    Inl   1"   lh     I 1"
)mi   machinery  being  pui   in notion
anil .hotIly nfletwinds soma    ol     lhe
llicllllicl .   ,,f    lhe    local    lire   al.Jilll I ITI, III
irrlved m Hn* mmm ami    pmveated
any lurtlier  -pn aiding.
lln  Sept.  Isl  Norlh  Vainoiiter   will
!"*    ea|lli|a|aeil      ttiili     |"     li, |      ,„„•,
collection lltivcs which \m|| I,,, so hi
aaled ilnnllghi,ill lhe clly as I,, In*
Mail*     aiae-ililia mnl  an  accom tin
iimi to cteit motion,
lite   lir-l    lll-lallnielll    airiilr.l   hi    |hi-
Ity la* torday in charge of I',,slums
ler McMillan. He in nun gate ihem
"t'i I.. Mr. 0, M. Sugden of l.ynn
\ alley,    who    ha-   l»*cn   uw aided      lhe
contra, i fur the daily collection. 'I'liiii ill In* 'him' iii ihe meantime wiih a
lioise nml rig although it was iiilim
aled   ill   Inl   liy   Mr.   Sueila n   I hail   an
iiiiiii mighl bc Incorporated into the
sert nc.
The Ume nre iif lh,* lale-t i\p,* an.
aiilleetion  will  be lllllll.*   |wi,e  a  .lav ai
!l a,ill.  and  A  p.m.
A    sllll post    ollice   will   lie   e-lall'll   llnl
al llie corner ol si], slreel ami I.tins
dale Ave. iiiiiI  lln* loeuiioii of ihe   l'J
inivcs   will   be   as   lollows ;   Cuner    ,if
Isi sir,s't uml Si. andrew'i \\.*.; *kr,
I-l -Heel .•nul Sl. Hand's Ate. ; mr.
Sl. lint id's Ave and K.i t ti Road ;
.or. Keith Hond ami I'm ellslilliy Ave.,
'ill*. IJlleellsliliri Ate. ninl Kill -llnl,
.oilier of I,III -Irivl ami Si. And
aln-w's Ave.; corner '.'ilnl riMOt and
l.oii-dalc Ate. ; tor. 1.1th street anil
l.onsiliile Ate.: junction 'if Hlih slreel
Keith roinl nnd Malum Ave. ; ,*,,snei
of Keith riiittl anil Hew i.k \t.
alll slnsd  uml l.nli-'lail.    Ite.
"LAYING THE FOUNDATION WELL/
LABOEST sllll' hn fAYS
The   lllllkelltilie   llcil'gilia   whi* ll     hal-
his'ti lying in Ihl -Irrain "If Norih
Vanoouver lor 'he paal week avail, lilted   onto   ill'*   Willed   waits   Sallli
din evening i" andirgo lepahri  an I
in   ,a*,,.|haulili^.     I ha*   le -el,   which    i*
the largc-i   ever taken on Hu*   lml
11,11     ,     |.a,ahs     a     lUa'll-n  I      III     a  . ,lll| '  HIS**
In lhe smaller nail her* I,,dale it' colli
mmliilisl at the Mill.,,, hipynrils
and lhe till in i-l- iculum: fn ninn,
lhe  adjacent   buildings  appear  lo   be
llllllll   ill   .'tn'--   of   llieir   actual   height
MII l\l    BVI MM.
A  moal delightful lime wa- s|.'iil nt
lhe   home   of   Mi          II     M. ■ .i.n.
'.■ml  sirii'l.   laal   riemtn.*  In   lln   niein
bm   of    th, nil   ale|a ,I llllelll    of     Ihe
r.pw'oith    I ca; f  iln*  Norih  Van
 tei    Mclholli-l   i liur. h.       Ihete  wei
.itlclldnnic   and   tl telling
was  thoroughly eiijme'l by  all    pit's
•*nl.
iiiNi,in LUI i
I lie  regular  weekly   dm.In   i e.   un
• lei   Ihe  anipioM iif  ihf  II*  C,   Dinghy
Racing Assn.iminn wn- held over lhe
Norlh Vaneouver lotir-e la-l Snlur
dat   iifternooii and re-ii|i*il  in anotli. i
»in   du  Mr.   Brewer1! boal ihe   tt
I »,,.     fniiselcinhlr lime clap ,1     I .*
Hi    ihe  linish of  lhi' boat!  and lie
»lliiin .lent It oilt-inleal all li.l "in
;,,lll,il. b] a wide llial.Ill It' I 11"
lini-ll *'l   s   millllle-   aln* el  * if   I tbt I    II '
Jf) ni.tii  nlii-iiil of the third   boat,
llllllll.
Ml >l    NUT  SITI.   IN llll I II
PHI IT
"I   wi-ll   In   L'ite   dl*| noli"'     10    ll"'
Iruil grow ( Uilli* ('obiniliia llitt
mh* I..I bom grown fini 1  will mil   lm
pmarittad to bi -"I'l tin- yenr.     Tta
regulations  gOVimlng   tin   -aim*  willl.'
stii tly an/oread."
This is ihe ,li, iiiiii ill Mi.    I
Cunningham,   provincial Inapartoi   nl
(mn ■„ t-    h ua* Llien ii hi thai
the information man  Is*   prmd among
lum iiuwar. in nil pari   ■ I iln- pn
i in*'
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO
PARENTS
N.iinis ami atltliess, s ,,l
all slinliiils ili'sirmi'- "I nn-
rnliiieiii in NorthVini a iei i
II ::li St Imnl tor 'iisimg
term. ihould l» * omtniini'
l In Mr. ,\ R Sti li '*
Clia;rinan t.f II ill I rl I m
|, as,   |e ION ill      13th   "isl.
TENNIS TOURNAMENT
City Council Holds Short Session
Aid. Schultz in His Customary Seat
Tllc     11,.,'k     lipnil     ill,'     (oHli'1 1' aal     ill
ilu* c, r. R. holel ui Balfour \t to hi
..niiii'ii*,'l Immediately,
OBIT, 1 WARD 'Hii'-
■I am,,I    I11-I      Sundav
aiellillg    llft'i '"'   '*      »      ''
ptald   p ni"i'i"   "I    I te "A 1
„L„*,|    ll'l    aal     I  cl II     I  lltllgl ! '"       "
malm itme letwived - * lhi indirtii
ing piirhus of Llenie ,V   'Imp "H  fl"ln
where    lhe   IUM. tl   'il-'     1*1' '
under ilm Indttpmdml "> lei    '  IM
i.ii,*,*.      H 1 "a- 1 brother   "f
Ira,  I'aiikni    a,(   Jnd   >i"*i  ol   ihl
a,     ,i"i      1  brother  Irom
'lieiilcn, arrived rt lerdaj i"
lhe funeral.
The batUn of  la-t   eieiiing's   .ollll.il
meting was thl loot that Ihere were
only two slum miles in placa ol the
Usually  long list   of correspiuiilellcc.
Tin* 1.* ippaarance ,,f Aid. Schulli in
liis    ,  llSlonilllt     -Cil     *  I*  .Ileal    -a,0MI     Ijtt.C
-iitpn-c aiii"iu-l   ili  wlm hntl   not
been apprised of his decision tu abide
by lhc ni-h of his [illon    nlilrrnieii to
retain his seat until t! ml   nl   tta
term.
Ill- Wor-hip pie.uleal and all lhc
aid,'lllll'll llele pli'-ellt a'\, a|,| MIL.* Altl.
Maliue.
Mr. I'oretnnti, who is a oiistru, ting a
block  ou   Isi   siiirt,   .asked   what   si,.|a
wen* being 'nkcii in tagaid t" luttm<
iiig the  ridtwraOn ami adjueting   'in
drain-  on  llial   sins',!   to .,,ni..rill Willi
Ihe   new    guide.      Ile   llluhisl I   lha,
lhe   pies,*nl    -nl,walk   wa-   !l   fis'l     loo
high.
Aid.    Mi Nei.h    though!      it    wii-  1,, 1
practicable i" Iowm ihe -i.lewalk until   lhe siias*!   ua-  |„*i mail, lillt'  liv.'il.
Tin*   etigiini'l   -and   I ia-nl-*i,sl    it
leai-aeialile to  lower  the -nl.u.alk uloll*.'
Ml.   t Ill in'-  IuuI'Ihil'      I h'   -i*h will
ihel,*      tills    allOllt     1 \    f,s*t      tltlt*       th,
road,  li mi- ii'fciici ta, ii,, *
Aid.   I'owlrr  a-kisl   what   *
■ Taring on Hie piop,,-e,| bathing beach
■  insl,
Mai  ih Nei.h mid nothing he i  Un
loin* 1,11   mvouiit   of   so   nne h   noil
mssleil elsclt Iiele.
Mil.   lowlel   -ai'l   lh 11
inL'   the  wnler  al   ihis  |Hiinl   at*al    ,  .1
nl.'iiiu: thai tin* mweragi  ii**" *
hi   elllpltillg    lllln    llie    Illlel    tie    11..<   o(
ih,* opinion thai  the conn il   ihonld
li -etc!    the   .elii|'linn   ol   llli-     I" ■
Iiiiii.
Alil.   Irwin  ua- of  tin*  -nine npiliell*.
I  In      I   t.  1  ia.ll        lllaa'laltl     Va   , I * * ' U l I i " .*
leteil.
llll   llu*    la    <liil> lill I. .11   iif   tie
,tod th,* following ap|»'ii,t ii- win
made  lor lii* men   ' I'l.e the  painl
I,.|   o ;na. I     M   lloiie I,   Alal
Tanner, .1   I    fpaiha, Hat at I;,■,,
.1. linrnlh*. H   I   I
I he   Ml'"'     I   I"'   I' i'    l"''|s I     I'
I,,   piditi, h   I'lnu-e 7 "f
a     ■     .   f      IMM     I
lie   righl    o(   lhe   , lit      I.a
In al'          I   I.       lln       I     la
\ allei   cenl  nlu* Ii  fan   * i   up  ill the
Icourt, ihi* weak.    II,* thought   that
*  '!"* * 1 in e ii    M * i
Hj   Is   -cell   how   plain   llic  , ill
icii'nm na*.   lb* believed thai
ol    llie   di-lri* I    eoillnillots ia,**.
11   *   ..   uv I-   "f tii.
,ii.I   ii id ml   llml   lhe *,
ua,  ..oil.hug   lhe  inoiein* in      ni
i *m   ll    I        'inleil   11   WlWn lhe  teh-l'l	
ali-pule was  lieing argUfd,      lli    vJ( '
i.ii ii'l   ' .'   hiiii    an\
uniil  i oii-elil   lo   ttie  i a  .    -inn*.
I    |0dgl    iltl I    I* alalia,*.*    'I* ,*
motion   'I'-*   i Iium    in qui
i to the repot ten,  li n *"l     ll
lieiue uia'l* i lood   thai  lhi
|aaal   lli.al.      In,!       ul     Itllt      tll
iiieiniiei ..I ih,* ita*, npm "i
llial    i *  aa.       I    la,     lhe   |i||i.     i   *
iii |» i  in  rep *  ra
|U|H*      line      "I       to      1 iddltlOl  III   I'd"'
l!|el. Ill,      |,l, * lllhd     (ill     lla.'H     Ihl
on    lhe   -aial   load   i     lml   Intel
williimi    ll iii'inl    "f    tl"' dlltrii '
i  md iiii ihai' 'he ninl i    "
*.*! iii a. nod condition
wa*   I.'i    all   ll \|H'Use   ol'   lllc   nil'
"i|'-i|alioll  ami   In  lllc snlishu lion of
lln*  ala-lrial   DOtincil."
■ I.  I'.   I ell   nriilr  a-king  it tiii.it
t"  '  to -a,nm ngreemi'iii relative
lo lhe park in lhe west end. I.aid
■ ner (,u  fin I tier , unaidcrutioii.
The following tinnncinl acoUtl TOI
!*i •■ i ("i payment : Kinani,*, R41JB
lloard „( Works, SHtii.sii. I',,Ine s-J.,.".
.'HI, Wuler I'nmmittee gJII.IM, Kin* an*
Lighl SHWelT, anil  Health c'.-ll.T.*,
The   clerk   reported  the   publiealio
• >f    four     hx.il     impiaiicnii tit     tVOfhl
whi'It     hmi     mil     been     petitioned
ngainsl.
It wis reeolvod In call lar  landii
to  bf   ill   two   Weeks   heiue   (nl    tlio    of
these In* .a iini'ioteineiil w* rks. |.on.
dale Ate. from IM -Iree! lo lhe a ilt
Innn- mul ilnl s'ris't from Sl. II i*
inl-  io lhe 'ity  limit..
In llie fiitlne! a .l.c il 11 ,- les,l|le I
** il** tin* ca-l -ide nf lhe tnet llllll lie a.aotnpli-li.d after a on-ulliiiL
willl the II. I . I'h*. Ill, lit. lo who.
Hank- liutei-e tin- portion oa ale
1.1.el
I tie etigin<s*r -ant lie Wolllll llot III i
to   proliiis,'   that   tin*   -Heel   aa imhl   le
in a ten pamihle eondltinn al tlm ■
A   -uninni   I,-nlelil   wa-  | lit    -nni
laled   thai    lln li*   Hi la*   IJ   families   n
qulrilg watei    -ii   their   holne-   Inail   III,
M hull**  li'Wii-Hc ami  I lira'   ...me   .1
ll  families were going  I..    p *
llilllel    ill    'In It    | |a] -elil    .piatlel- II,
letiewed    the    pletioll-    an lion    of        tl
aaiioiaii requiring campin lo pa]   Int
** nine, ling      |'lp<'>    Insiile-    lhe    Mil, I
I
Alll.   lllllll     aiid    lh it    lhi-   pUI   .1   di'
latent light en tta matter,
lln in,,lion ,,( Ud, MNei-h end li
win  it   WM   I"f. I ml   to   'he  w iiei   '".I
mini.' wiih power I,, a* I.
a'. - from the Iliuli  l'i
a in,*-,    weie     p Ill   -ob' ilu.,
.ad edition il."
*. out,    I bag wi   : f in*1
'«      lh.      .lllllll       I    I'   I' \ a I V a-l   *l     I*
.1    I,,    llialal      a,IU,'   ,,'     I'a
I, Iilil       nil   * II*      III     ila,
l,UI,lcn-    I"!     'he    plitllege    *l
/I'll,   in   lha    ' I" i n   pot li 'li   of      thr
■ilv.
thl, Kowler ,isk,s| whal WH '1*
n,\l   mote  ill  regniil   I
1 illation.
Ihe   elli'ineei    tcpli. d    thnl    ll..      In
i.a  »as iii iiii   hands ,,f iln* . in      I
iior who was preparing a In I iv   (en
I.      '  'll'-     | II,     KIII.I.HI I  '
-laleil, would hate I,,
I   tole   of   the   |»eople.
The i,nne il   then  wenl   ml Unit
he   whnle.
\   -|..iial meting it ill !«' h'l'l   ""
■ ''OIL'    f"l     the    pUrpO
a.l   ii        I,,,|  ..
prominent imong wU li ire 'In* mat
tan win* h are propomd In I"
helore lhe llllllll it .nut, 1.lia.II III 'I"
I     B '     M      Whi    ll    111,.*!-    II,  -I     a
The lemiis loin'lament which was
held   on   the   man   nf   K\ Aliliiniaii
Crickmay on Saturday last wan   a
lllusl ,'movable and sin eessftil ntfnir.
The participant! were local citizens
anil in every evclil llie sets were
kismli    a oiite.-tetl    nml   ihere    was   lu,
laeh '    niere-i throughout.
I hi  ra*.ults were II  follow. ;
II.  Hoods nnd  Sintkins  beat  W.    I.
llll in   ami   Slo.klll.lll  J  -els   to   love
li.   II.    Wlllll    llllll    lh    \\.     HrelC    li-l   laa
It.  Mtitlhcws aiiil .1. I lil. -J .el. i,,
lot,*.
I'. N. liayliss and II. M, I'herson
I'.ii Iii I'., liayliss uml It. Maaniightri
jr., 2 seti to love.
'i.   Irinitage aiiil  Hughes lo-l   ti,  I.
T. Pollock und s. Humphrey! '.' teta
i,a tare,
P. Wnnl nntl K. Adnnison IhuiI Haw
kills  and ('.   Hooley  'J  sel.   I,,  hoe.
.1. Wyljc  llonald.oii  ami  K.  Ihploak
beal C, Beavon and bv. Booper  9
sets to  I.
It.    M.l'I hew-   llllll   .1.    I a.Iltil    lost    lo
P.   N.   Ilntliss   and   II.   MilTier-ma   I
-ets  to   |.
P. Maul ami I'l. Admit.on bml H
W Is anil Simkins -J s, is  to hue.
lllll.THTT.TI RAI.  KNIIIHITIIlN
PRIZK LIST
The prim lisi for ihe annual eibih-
ilion of lhe Norlh Vminiincr lla.iti
cultural Society iiiiiI Knrmeis' In-ii*
lule, which lakes pbue iu lln* Horn
ulliiral Hnll, corner ol 21.1 ■trml
and   Lonsdale   Ave,   on   lhe  Ulh and
H'lli ol    Sept,'inlier. hi ■  I ■ ■   lal I
11  rompiiscs  rut  uilmii it'ilc nntl varied
lint  of classes for whi'h  is aith'iisl   a
nunilicr  of  hand n*  nips  ned    largi
moiieyisl   pii/e.. Set etui   new     fen
lute.,   a   deparlure   from   lhe  ptetioiis
■dent.,   itt!l  Ive  inttoilmisl   lhi.   vear
PLEASANT i:\KNINi,
A    ten    plea-lllll   evelllll_,    Mas    .|lfUl
il lhe home ol Mr. ami Mm. ('. A.
Mis', Isl stris't, lasl evening, when lhe
'"■usion marked the return "( Mi. W,
K. Ilurtieti. u s|iecial Iriend ol lhe
lamil) wh,, has he,.,, nbsrn! in the
.■ist for about a tear. Thc evening
was taken up witli music and gmtnt,
' a.   |>.|.nlaa   dngknj   of   Mi-s   Mary  U'
Sullivan "f Vaaaoavm lieing ilm  (,*,i
' ne   of   ihe   former.     After   re(n-h
 nls   wen*   pailaken   ol   the  friends
hs|irrs(sl   ail   a late hour.        Among
'host' |il,■.cut were Mi-s Mart Usui
nan.    Mr.    and    Mrs.    Smith.   Mi--
rlmith, Mi-- I   Badth, Mr. H. K. Ilm
i"U  ami  * lllusl  M,s*.
n nun: uwi-
\   lelt    .pile!     w.sldili*.'   was   -olelllll
,'l  llu-  iiiiirning aii   lhe  Pie-byleriaii
iinin-e botonm Mr. Arthur ruin,  a
melnls*! a,f th,* ,|n |00ali lum "i I iu
" Comp nn o| thi. , ,ty, nnd Mi-a II.
Mat Have, late of llorhillg, Mine,,
I'nglaml.     ltev. tlilhim  *a|leiai.d  mnl
.nlv      the     illlitl* diute   lliellils     ill     111,*
■ ami e ling    panics  tn i.   po
mn     lh lemiiny.     The    bride,
who l"ok<sl lieeoming in a mil iia
telling  iln--.,   Mas   attended   ht     Mr-
I le* M,    llalll   .       ntld      lhe     I**
itisl  bv   Ml.   It.   I       Mill**, of
llie     hlppl     ,,,l||l|e      lell
* la      ,(tel     ill,*    hlOl     Wa        t I.il
on a Irip i" 1 It '"im ii"tn whi ra Ita)
allll    I     lhe    Soaind   ,|ln*-.    llll     Itafa
aelnin   lhe,   will   reside  on  M    -U'el
JAMH IBI \nii Mil
'.'I.   i,I f    the   - hoi
I   of   lhe   limed   I,ulf   I.land    gioup.
of   hi    a   -\lnll
ail,*  ol   tweitlt   prominent   \ i I■ .ri an .
ind    without    ant   iititow ml   tlrlay  a
.tart   will  M mail,.  IomiiiiI-  im[*i.-*■<-
nieiils  w In, h.  wiih  ils  minit    natural
.will  make  it  one of    th*
•   populai
I       "I ih.* I'a die   nun'
I*1"    la.li*   | *    ai   I.   lllll.lim.
MUM I I'.SS STATION ('Misi H
lean,    who   ha-   h
I   all,..       I ,,i"      .
Nl loi    i .*.i a, tie    i*
"ne "f  i hollda) left th.* i *
wnk (or -'i iti,.,,,, |    th ,
Wlll   Ink.    . I, n*.**,.   ,,(   ih,    pari h   Ihel
 !"'  nip 'i-l   lie  will  Is
i itixi Oraadln.
Tlw I nit-.1  M" n  in   VU
Un i".
,.|       It    is    Illlt    kllOWII   eteli    liy    lh,       .;.
,' ai   uteri   it   will   In*  opmag    again
I  in  tin* meantime  I. ttgaged in
'.* ihlppilg end in Vain out. i. II.
opinio! is ventured In.weaei ihal lh,*
period will not l»* tat}  Imgtl I
i.tem ha- ban workb
Notth   Vuneoiiier  ihal    its
, ,| mil shaaiiK bring al out i a i,
*    .*'   ai|'.iati..|i
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
I'he block paving for the new  bin
dock has arrived and work banton-
isl in full swing by ('oiilriu lor Cotton.
Mi- Edith llraydon of l'i. ton, tint.,
was in ihe 'ily on Initlay last the
guesl   of   Mrs.   K.  A.   Morden,  Six 1 li
sllls't.
Miss Mary l.ang relumed lo duty nt
her   post   in   ilu*  eity   hull    yesterday
l ii.'  aiflei  IBJoying a  pleasalll  two
wts'ks'  tmulion.
Mi.. .1. R. "roll ami Mini, Hnth
Prodi   of   Sculllr  are   lhe  quests  for  ft
fell     d,l\.    aaf     Ml.     alld     M|s.     .1.     A.     Ml'*
Milimi i.f I "nli .ih,).
Mr- B, Pollok, tif 1 Tl ll slreet wan
llu- winner of thl leoond fri/e for
aim,a leu r  piirlrait  painting  in  all   at
ih,* Vaacouver wkMthn,
Mrs. T. Ilitialiison returned on Sun-
'lay   frotn  a  pleasalll   Imlnlny  s|s*nt at
I'nll    Mellon.     Mr.    Illllallisol]    Meill    lip
011 Saliiralay and relumed with his
(nmili.
Capt. Pal'lie the chief navigation
evaiuiner for the provtnoi wan   in the
in tcierilay in connection with the
iiiljiisimcul of llie eonipiiss of lhe
Tartar.
Mr. I. I*'. II. I . Wood, lhe Iwal
.Inieinaii. returned lhe latter part ol
Insl w,s'k from Bomb] I.laml when*
he spent  ai pica-.nil wek and a half's
holiday.
A \,*,\ pretly dame ttas given by-
Mrs. (Capt.) Archibald at her rharm*
ing home on l.ottstbile Av, In.l Kn
day evening. The gue-t list iinludisl
a numlver ol Ynneonvrr friends.
(Ill     account     (if    olher   llllaingeltlents
the regiibir city btuiil inneeit will not
In* held uniil Thtirsdiiv evening thin
mck. The band i. Nflged lor lhe alternoon on Wednesday at the butchers'   l,;l|l„*  lie
Chief Davis ha. reieiti'd instruction.
fnim It. It. I Ills, publii* aduiitii-lra
i.e. io .,11 lit,* eli.sis of the late Uar
ry liordnn on the premises ju.t
-■nst ..f l.onsibile liatden., on Satur*
aim   nlicrtiotin.
Mr. Alex. Philip ami member, at hi.
family, who hnve been -pending a (en-
day holiday at Sooke. II. ('., returned last evening much refreshed a. a P--
.ult of tlie outing. Mr. Philip wa. on
hilt   early  this morning  at  hii   new
tfliee  neVl   lhe   l*'\pir«.  ollue.
The many friends of Mr. Malcolm
will be pleased to tec hi. moiling rutin
abroad again after hii long
-lege of illness which ronlined Inm lo
In- i.... in lor several w.rk. pail. He
in now rapidly convalescing.
Mi. Iho Hh.i*|ei, ihr C. P. K. nf-enl
at Norih lleml ami a former Norlh
Viunotner boy, s|»*m ihe week-end in
lhe city the gue.l of hi. parent! and
rclntivc*. Ho look the opportunity
t" renew many nnpiiiiiilnnies of lormer days while Inic.
11 i. nnnouinetl thnt Mr. Thos.
Clark, one ol Norlh Vancouver', for
mer popular young men, and now a
CPU. oporatau ai Rank IVnd, il to
Is*   ill u 11.-.I   **n   W'edi.cs.l ,y   ,,l llus w,s*k
..nni.'  I ult   of lh,* lalter   (own.
oul* retood  ihat a pertm  of
Iheii    honetinoon will   lie   s|.*nt    in
Niuih   Vain outer atari  Mi.    'Turk's
.  Mt.  and Mi..   In.   Clark   nf
Ilh .treei, rwide.
a* 'a 'I    I'l     hi'*     "11
lilt.
IIISINI-ss  | U\N<A( HON
Mi    I   S    II t   -a,hi out hi* in-
ii     I..    I a,I dale   rlinrmary    al
il ii.-i   ol   I on-'lah*   Vteiiue    ami
sih   iU a*,   to   Mr.    A.   ,1.
M,     l\-.iii   ink,*,   ihmge   ta>
aim   nml  will    "iiimie ihe l.u-inei. a
miliar   up 1.. date   tines   a.   hen*
lofore adopled  In   Ir,   I htuna..
Tlie Loaadali Ptanmcg wn. mnted
i "m  its  infatni   to  ih*   pn-eiit    well
labliitad '"iniTti thmagh Mr. Tho
individual effiilT*. and his gen
ml populutiit IBoag In- fellow, and
natrOaW, lb* will aoi reiire Irnin i< •
lite   business for a     bort    time   anil
' *    *       tie
Th.* new proprietor, \t,    I,.,
all   nnl  fai'iiahlv klumn  a-  I    l"i
".. man a,l lhi. cily,  having lieen   a
pari iter  wilh   Mr.  llml,is  in  tie     gn,
*,v   bu-iiie-      "I   Mth   ami   Iv.i.n
I   ,•   Inm block
•in*       Mi      I*       'a    I-    ai   dl I.
 '       ll'
lie    I,   ,1,1    that   lln nl     I*'
I    clli* irulll     handled      In
him       H mil known in   In*
I*    thia   * 111.
'mon   Inn Oh , •* .i ba. made
ii   Initial apptai * ight page
paper TWO
THE EXPRESS, NORTH  VANCOUVER, B. C.
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OUR SILVER STANDS THE
TEST OF TIME!
Thii il in ige of ideas, an agi; ol new thingi,
but the people nl the period, though alwavs looking for tin* new, cannot turn from that whuh lias
already won its way into popularity and proved iti
worth,
llirks' sterling silver is one ol the latter, its tlis-
tmi tive leiturei ind durability being t, cognised by
all wlm know ami appreciate true worth, In tliis
line we ire ibovi the throng nl minuficturen tliat
a itci tn iln- buyen oi the world.
(Inr silver is turned out by crnfttuen who aie
muten of their proleiiion, men who bivi grown
up with the art. An art? Y.-, beClttU the silver
produced bj the lunoui "llirks" factory is a true
wmk ol art.
See OurdilpllJ ol thii excellent ware, ami also
remember tbnl • links'" iHvei is aold direct frnin
thi hu tint, giving you the benefit of the laige profit nl the middle mm,
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CAREER OF THE NEW VICEROY
BIB   CHARI.KS   HARDING!   TOO
IMI.I. (,I IHK INDIA TIIKOlllll
CRITICAL I'KKIOD IS NOTABLE
MAN
: HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD.
Z Diimond Mirchintiind |ewelleri
■ m '"'"* K. irurev, ..     , —
'ja Managing Ihreetiir Hastings & Granville Sts.
We Are Prepared to Consider the
Purchasing of Agreements of Sale.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
11   l.nnstlitli' Avonue
M-onw-Offloe '-'l      Houso 22       l'.O. Box 50
JUST OPENED
CLAVERIE  fr   ARCAND have just opened on First
Street, East, an up-to-date
GROCERY STORE
where the public will be sure to find a good and fresh assortment ol Groceries and Provisions, Fruits and Vegetables in
season. t_ Mr. An and was wilh F. Filion ol Vancouver
lor the last eight years.
CLAVERIE cV ARCAND
LOOK AT THIS
Hall  hlock   (rom
Lonsdale Avcinu .
*'! Lot6, Block 18, liistriet Lot 541J.   These lots
ate 33x14*-!,, It. tn ,1 lain- aiiil arc lieinn snhl as follow*. :
Facing on 17th Street   ■   •   •   $850.00
Facing on 18th Strtet   ■   •   ■   $800.00
nh, hnhinti  (,.  ij, is ami 24 months
LINDSAY & CREELtUN
Rt || I Male ami  lt1-.11r.11111 BfOltl is.
120 Vti.ntl Street I .isl.
SALE Greatest Furniture Sale
Ever   Pul   on   in   North   Vancouver
CASH You Want The Furniture        CASH
COUNTS      We    Want   The   Money       PRICES
Bargains!     Bargains!     Bargains!
COME IN AND SEE
llnr .re « lew nf ihr CASH PRICES
R01 tl Oak Dii   iii, Ium llnl pin                    . $9.50
. -. Pi mum DiRiitii         14x14   . $7.85
Rovil Oak Sim i.mu'ii lu'v. glm  $14.50
Iiok 1 $2.95
■ $4.50
E«TIW»» Tai $7.75  $8.75   $10.50 tad Mf
SPKCI \l.  :.a li               , \i   Bi 1 - BtMTi ii ii $19.75
THE N. V. HOME FURNISHERS
128   Lonidale  Avenue
sir riinrlc- Harding*, thi new vice
my nf India, ii ilm ■atprenu type ol
an  iiri-alnrrury  llial  lia-  utlnpti-il    it
Sl'lf      t(|      tht   alllllllli.lllS   llf    lhc       llcltla,
illlcy. lln 1','l'i'c-cni-i a licivililaiy nil
ill|T   class,   -,*lV-   ilia*   \ctt*   York     Posi,
whloh lia*. heat, 11 ils sivtinls iiu,a
plowiharo*, and whit h, having alum
doud'il * * laim i" role In* right, oon
iiiiiii*. 1 le in   In-ii* virtue ul   ii*
a;i|i,*ii m (or government,
The itri-i" 1 tl nl inrlmlruinu ami .ai
popular imagine!  is  haughty,  ar
1 "l: mn    anil    11, .in i.iii-.     Like    i'„.
r.aallllaaafl    ,     In*    I,   a        la* l,ll,*<l     tlutlliuL   Mid
f,.1 lj. 11i.n nothing, Iiiit ilie arUio
leracy   whii-h   rantrivm  t" let lln    ll"
iliiiniiiaint |i,a*iii,,ii under the lotn
.,f .la ma,a tatty,  bee both learn,d a *
fut-jaUlcll    Ul.tllt     lIlillL'S,      ll    Ids    ;,a!  ||
eii  Itaell   to  11    environment    In
Iiuiul, mi ul; ih,* weipotu uf i'ln I*
**" ia nm unit li'ii-lini; In lhat nil'llli
Mill    and      ll     laelulelliy    lo     Ulli
llll*   lllll*-   aai   lllell   11 ill   allll ails   do ilnn
ige,
Sir Chartea Harding* is lha imi*
diplomatllt   His peraon it , Intra, ul
Itica t|tialify him in am i-.ieplitiii.il l'i
I'lrrei' l"i'   cnuiia ietlng  ai  policy iii   -11 ll
I    nat    a*   In   lailuai*    in   *t   min.unn
the  poaalbl a Ion iaar oppanilinii
anal  [ri. li.ui.    Ile  I-  u  man  vin.i.- 1
tut','  and   rel'uicniiiil   iml'icss  , veiviuu*
uli,,    * a,me-    nil nl r l   ,t i'ii   Ii'in.
His   manners   uie  <jraiii»u-   ulul  ilium
fad.  He Ims in- rough  ten, a *
peritiea, His temper and ms (\\ re
rim are llwayi thoroughly inula ten
tr,,I.   He  never  I -  In-   i,*iii|H'r,    h
nevr raises lii- voire, ami In- nen'i
ili-'lailns.   Tli,*re i-  iilmiil   liis niaiiiici
liuvvevcr,      siuuellilll.'      Ihal        lUggl    '
aaihn ami leenniiialiil itrugth, "n,
l.i'ls that than is an Iron hand   b
11,','tlll   llic   telvet   cl.aVe,     \,,|   llll   ll Ilia'
moat, even when lie .Mai-   ta, other*,
,I,H-   In-   cite   un   iln|u,--iull   nl   afl J
ue--.   Ilici,* i- about linn nothing  ol
llial -It. insiiinuliiiL". inn unin- min
n.i whkh i- fniiiili.ii among prolewd
diplomat!*!*,
IOS1   III IN  I IHI'l I'M \TI*-T
llul  Sir ( lml,-   II irdinge i- mti'li
in  lltan a ili|i|,,lilali-l    lhe MMI I
h-lieil in-itnm. iit  fat lli,  ,\|*i,
,*l     |la,||,V      »v 111- li   lia-   Ihvu     ll.Illlel    I"
uthers. I tu.in ,,i In- male haowtedgt
.unl   npari  auul aai' -u, li nauaual
alitlitv   uml   ilulii-lrv.  .uniil  Itanllv   .a
v.inl having • potent inftuanw  upon
llli, |n,li* v   iii   lime Willi  vi Inui'   '
broughl   inl itaet, md '-;"*' dlj
ii|iuu the minlften nl rtate, who ■• ea
ami BO will.
mini.    Mm  »iimilL' hi. -I'm- i" dip
Imnnv.    lac   wu-   quidd)    will, ,li. iwn
(i,a,u th. a -ah "( ln'iiit; ■ iii. re raouth
plaej  I.,  thai  ol hiftaf  '"   hn	
ii„* (aa,,iL*u polie] el tin Briliah Bm
pile, mnl ihuiili! ilu- hi-' '""r reere,
in  which In- ha- aeted tu patMinenl
Ullllcr     -ii retain    Dl   -tail'*    ""      '
.    his    lllllllrti c   Ii.i     li.   MM    *"
|ia,wel(lll     ll-     tn    l.in-e    Hit,   labU
inanv Liberal*, wlm dread ■ di tatoi
-hi|,. 'lhe etlilnr nf lhe Nut nn. win
lia-   l.-ll   "ue    ul   lite    inu-l     III
.,(   lhe foreign   polk)   "I hi- umi
party,  luu  wilthM t   "N •••   ne
ipic.liuu   -ir I I,nh     II ii'Iiiil'c'- ahil
uv. lu- nan! esmtbare, both le  la*
iad in ilipiiim u v, un.l the Wh
een whkh hi hn inafntod m Ih* lor
rigl nlli,,*, where III- ;|.-.„ i ll I, Ul Willi
|,aa|„V     |lU<    lM-.ll    ll .llllll     I*   -      |-,i»l-|-flll
aad 'h'" i tii.it. il* ai ..I   •
ol -tnle."
It  li,*.|u.nili   1.1|'V* ii-   ilm'   i1
puwer-   beUad   lhi ihroae   in   mi
kn,ani,   tu ih.   in *'      t  ■* "* irt   hj
Ml  I hull,*    DUh) lipOB  lhe I	
puvielflll    lllell    ill    ll"'    Ullll-ll      I'llll'l"
w;,- ,,-.. ntlv quoted by a Irt I i
i.iu.iih.iiilc thing ni.uui ench ul  lhi •
men   ii ■■"'    I  "" '
iii   the linlili    ev.   Sir I lull'
II irdinge   wu- un,*,   ami  l»"    uili.t
v    ,,|     I milrilnuv
*,u,l  i  ii   ' rnlag  a/ham
lla.     K •   I   It ai'le ■
rlippanl remark iu the latam* lapan
II 1**1   l.iiei    wliih   I. L'lii   altu'ii
iIt.,   realgnati ,1   lh*   M inph.   «l
I vi,i*.li| .il..     I • '■       |."Hil    •
llli- stlirV l'i ll lit* lll'lll la III fulfill
I, II    tll,'    11 llll,     ut    ill''   f lh    I I    |l"«
I'tfiil pereonality in the I1, ltl»h   I ■
|ailc.     It    vv,, lid   ho   :ill   in
al* i  |   tu   fill   I'l   ill'*   III II I
RAPID KM   IN  l'i'«l I!
-ii    I'liul.     II a* * r   ha.
|»i*||   une   ,.f   Iai li  Vllil
In     It in ■ ■     unl  I   un1
I,mi  he |  led il il"* ii I*
llf    llt'l'lllv   laa* ||  |a|e     ll-
iiiilu ha   ui   ih* et 11 realm
ua i .i*i*i    i .1 through
, iho ami' i  *. ii * hington,
HoAa, ll'i' li    ■       I ii,   and
Sl.    I'elcl-lilli    ,  || afaaajfj   j„
,upull
Ulna*.    Ulliil    III    I-'1-    * ,p|
! lirvt .oi i.' ii I
I'd,*' bur*    M
purlin ' ,r ea.t
in the Bal ,,  uml i
III ll'l I*.Ill'll
I'l ■ 'li* i-i  I'd -CHI
and  llu   i It w*     Ihi-
a\ jlllt >
wilh whi* h he inaiilc hlmiell in i-ler u'
t'V'eiviliini! lliul I'l'i'laineil lo Ihe pol
icy iu iiu-i* aaiiiairies, thai i[aV6 hilll
hin    (ippiirtuniii.       For    in inj   vears
pasl tlie ivniiv ol gravltj an world
policy has been moving rantward,
Britain has vaal intaraata nl "take In
Alia and bt the Ewtarr MediterraB
enii. lireut eventi wen. brewing In
Macedonia, in Pi rule, In India, an.l In
China, anal then was need "I l man
ai ilm li.diti in ile* foreign nfllot who
knew the oasicrn queation iii iill Ita
pliasi's. In 1903 Sir i hn la- Hardiaga
wiih rpt'iillt'd frnin St. Peternburg to
lie iissislanl miliar sci'icimi for fnr*
i*i*.*ii  nll'air- al   home,
I'I'.I.SliVt liRATA   \l  COI ll'l'
n  ha wa- willed ui l.iuiilnn, Sll
Chart** Hardlnge'   pei on al   iii- toon
made hia i pei ana gi ita al  rourt,
The inct which had made Wm   o   a
a'i's-fiil u diplomati i »ai   tqu -Hi  •'
vicealile    Iii    Inm   al   COUrt,       Ahina-I
iiniiiedialely altel  hi- recall   I"'   I i
■_;i\.ti ihe rank nl minuter plenlpoten
linrv   lo nil. nd   King   I *hi 1"!   in  Iii
live weak*'   lour  ol 11 boa,   Kaple*,
Rom* and Pari . In tehlrh the found*
i * ol ilm entente* with Portugal,
Italy anil franc* tin,* laid.   I h* I.iii
lormed th* higheal opinion ol hii lacl
auul   i liaru* let*,  and   planed   Ilic
i*l reliaiiae upon lii- htdgmal
\ part) "f ll. T, I', -nivcvnr- are at
lire-cut -urveviiic :, liu,* down thecal-!
-iiic nf Hani-mi halve frum lhe hdl
,„„.|   iiv,*,    anal   the   t'cllll'i'l'lnll-    wUch
vvill iii all probabllitj l«* ■ brat* l> Iin*
ilaalll    full    I,* Org*    I"    \  'III' UUV*   I,
Tea, her : "Uhal i- a |i*i-"ii railed
liliu   -leal-  '"
\al    ,'IIISWCI'.
I,*I*lier: 'Ami, Tommy, luppoa   I
ivcle  lu  put   mv   hand   iu   vuill*   p.,. hel
nrl lake mn  n penny, what   would
you  call  mc '"
luinniv ifullv nui-. i,,u- uf a -* "
iiiy oi iniul : "l'l.'i-e. ir. vuii vv..lll,l
lie a eoiijurcr."
Ni-w Wi stniinsti r I..m! Ul
ttict, ilistrict nf Nt\v Wi-stiiiiii
ilu. Take imi ivi- lli.it Tlioina-
Tod I.t'itli ul Vancouver, 1! C.
,a,cii|i.tiiuii, i.iiitlitT', iiiu-nil-- It
11ij.lv lur |uriiiissiaaii to j'tir*
ili.isi- iln- loUowins iltMT'ii'i'd
l.uitls: Aliniii m icrtg fm
tiifiiciii-; al I pott idaiiU'tl mi
tin- iiiirtlicist innnr nl Int .',
fjjo, ilii-iiti- suiiili Bo di.iins.
thence   eul   6i ;;  chalai to
sllnl't'    nf     BOTM   Slim-     I.nkr.
thence along ihore ol lake in i
northwestern direction to poinl
n(  iiilIllllllUcllH'llt
THOMAS TOI) I.KITII,
Pet William l'.il/itl I'likf,
Aj-ent.
Iiuif ::ntl, iiim.
a CUB?RY CO.
Dry Cod*  »md
CorniT Lonsdale nnd Second.
Phone 255
TWO NEW ARFUVALS FOR FALL
A full range of EnglUli Hannelette, very  1 n\
Inaw,:!'_'iiii'lics, nil olioici' patterns      I I iC
A iplendld lelection ol heavy Shining I'lun-   | C
iit'lt'ttt', neat patterm, full 36 inchei wide    ■ *<C
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
Lunch "West Vincouver," Captain Fintllij
I a. used tut' J5 pmengen
TIME TABLE
I i*avi, I. nu a 1 Hii.-miv,*,
Itnllyliurn Wharl tut   hru,.   I karri
I VCI'V     D.'l      I      a      |'l     •'IIUlluV
7.30 a.m. B.00 .1.111.
ij.on a.m. i" 00 .1 in.
11.00 a.m. 1.' 00 a.m.
13.00 p.m. 1 1 in p in
15.00 p.m. iii ian p.m
17.uu p in. iS.uii ji in
19*00 p.m Sfiluntoi-, (I, lv     J j. tm p.m.
0,-30 a.m  Sunil.n Vlmlule M*"" p.m.
17.00 p.111  ■•  11,00 p.m.
SinKle Fare l.r>r.       Twu Tickets 25c.
11 in ki -1 routi liom North \ int onvei to the diitrit 1 beyond
Cipilino River, Launch "Weat Vani inver' ioik-*i couutc*
turns, without fail, with tin l'u. it .nmi- Irom North Vmi
couver, 11 psi ibove m ti***iule.
ttt
Api'in \ti(i\ nu; iiijion
I.1HNM
Sotka li li.icl'v   uiv,11 llnl   at  the
ii.-M ritting ol th* board ol I leenaini
('uinnii--ia,ni*i. loi   ile 1 in  nl Nmili
t   ,l|   **a|V,*|.    I    II,la Iial    1,1   -*l|lll|l    lul    I   I'*
till     I...I lie   lell e    I*at      tlie     | T.-tll i~.*l«.
on lot ■-•.'. block   IM, ll.   I*
974, un i-i   '"*• • eaat, tteai It. Ha
r|d I     \vclUla*
isii.'i„'li PHA8   I   Mi 1
llatiil ui North \ in   ut* 1.
{at. '.'iit. i"i"
Cm 01 MMM II \ Willi \ I It
I |i.|ii|; I li I Rg|   M'l'l.n \IIHN
1 \ki   sn in 1   thai il ilie -ant
,,( iln* board "I 1
uu   1 1- aa| the 1 itv   '*! Vuill Van
.  I  uii.iiil I., npi'ly (,,r a -lm|'
il       b0ttll      l<
ailing li'i'i"! "mler Uu iimvlaioai  ol
uli -,*. Imu :l, ol w*, liun  li'i a.f tin  V'i
U|, jpal   I   III >    V I    Ul     I   I    *   kill I'l   Ia<
I   ,„a   |0l   1,   Iiimi,    UW,      a,'  ,■
a, 1 kit JTI, itt the  I" "I North
iver, uiai- li -nl I '        *-aiai..l
,,,,  tl aiil, -i.le nl ttt -Uu-i, went
Bl    \| al.aili     tlel,Ul'.
Iltl lll'llll k   I MIN
|i*. I   11.     'uh  ,lav   ,,(   \    let,   U)
I	
NORM VANCODVtl rttll lliiil: UtiLt
STEAMER sr  QEORGE       STR. NORTH VAKCOl'VuR
l.t.ivf Vail.
*6.2o .1.111.
7*3"   "
8.30 "
9.15 "
III. 15 "
11.15 "
li-15 p•'»
1.15 "
2.15 "
3-'5 "
4-15 "
5'5 "
h.15 "
7-J5 "
S15 "
',15 »
10.15   "
•1115   "
Time
I.tavu N. Van. I.c.tvi' N. Van l.tau* Van.
"(1.4s a in "6.20 a.m. '0.45 a.m.
7.50   " *7.2ti    " 'Stai "
S.50   " *8.2o   " 'S.jo "
9-45   " y-20 9-45 "
10.45   " 10.15   " i" 45 "
11.45   " "'5   " 1145 "
12.45 pm 12.15 p.m. 12.45 p.m.
1-45  " '-'5   ' 1 45 "
2-i.S  " 2.15   " j.45 "
3-45  " 3-15   " 3-45 "
4-45  " 4-15   " 4-45 "
5-15   " 5-15 5-45 "
«»-45   " 6.I3   " 6.45 "
7 45   " :-\i   " J 45 "
8.45 " 8.15 " Ms "
94S  ' 9.15  " -145 '
i".45 " 10.15 " w is "
'H.45   " 11.15   " HM
12-45   " 'oo
* N"t "ii Slinil.iv.
Tiil'lt- sultii'it io th.in pu without untiii-
Mnn 1 in oornucrou
■#•'
NORTH Ifl Mi I0I00L
8ealrd I'enilt 1 .    ip»r« ril at 'I eiel''
lhe   Nntlll   tttai    -I I   Hultdilga"   »lll
Im*     I Ived     liv      the     ||u|l"iirill'le     lh''
nl I'u'iaii   Vurkt,  up i" ""''
iiuliiiliiii;   I lay.   tit*"  Suih   Aa   "I
*.   I'.'lii,   lm   ih,<   ,t,*.ii.,n   nii'l
 pletion   0)   a   large   IwulutMaeri
-a h,,a,i liuil'lifi.* in ih,, niial Mualoipal
lii-iii* 1  ,,f   North  la,, uuv,t,   Itiili
uu,ml   I ll   '1,1   Ha tl
I'l ,11-, S|.** ih ation*, 1 nulla, I, MM
Knrni. ul Tendei raa* i» -*,*n ea Ha
,,(1,, ihe Mh tlm nl tuguat, IWO, »i
ll Hi I   \.  II a I uu, I -.,., I'luVlll
rial   Tiinlnr    Impel tor,    VltMNVM .
Mr.. B, -I. I ami'l" t" lh''
North Htai Bt h ol It., ird, \.,nh Vaa
a 1,uvei , aad ti.* D ol Tub
Hi Worn, \euui 1.
Karli |iru|«i.al nm-i l»' UXOtapenM
li)- an aoapted bank *li,*|ii. ur i-rrtifi
calr nl ile|Mi.tl ol i h 't.inl hank nl
Cana'ta, iiiinh i lyahkl lo ilu lluiiuiir
able llu- Xini-iei ..I Publii Wurk. Inr
a mim Hllvaleal Ul I" gtV a ll ■•'
the nmi'iini "I ihe lender, which .hall
l«*     lullritcl     II     III''     |.lll'
,1, ||n*  iu  enii*,  Inl
a,Ill'll    'll'i'll    !■'    'I     '   I     ll    hr   I a||    la,
nmplet* ih" wort I *   'lhe
'        * It    III
uniurtantul   lendei.   mil l*e rrltirneil
PALACE
HOTEL
lv 111 -*:
II2.00 per ami up.
Npi i i.il inlrs tt) fain-
iln •> ami to tt [Oil]
boirden    .   .   .   .
lU   *— J__*r''Z
Gffill
.iI.k!
REDA & ANDRUSS
Sn "\n Sikh i.
PflOPRitTOHS
Nt'KI II    \ \N( HI \ I.K.  I',   (
IM
l;!'l,'.v
liV'ju   Ou
llnr whu v.ivi s grin lv i- nut t nii-
■ i'1'ii ii i iiii-i i.
Rltht t i- In |ivi ii i ii tlit ler
ninth uiniii ieme ami |odkioui
Ion thought,
11' Itiuks alu .ul anal HM| per-
haps si* Km . , an ul, | i, m m\ tun*
ol iln* multitude ul tliitiK- wlm li
m.iv i im ■' *i.a ii   mil -ii.nai upon
his rist'iiii is.
I lit. Ilullar will simt an act unlit
Willi llu   I'il I'll ul  ll.iitiilltni.
C. G. HEAVEN, Agent,
Kofili Vincouver,
Hii ilig
II
''•* ■
aSffli
Head Office:
HAMILTON
lu   Ihrm  llpun   lhe  I'l'i'itinn
Ttndet   «'II not b nidi red unl»««
'Ml'lr    , ,1|t    ll,,    ill,     '    I   l ",  i*'       I
cl with il"
nf    lhe       Tlie Inweat   nr  miv   lonilet   u   '
•arilv ni.i pt*d
I'. I'. lit.MI'I I'.
Public Wl
nl   milt   I III"   liei.ii.i      i.  I,   1 I       aa.     I       I,
■  'I.,   i   l'i- ,"1,1"' *"rk" DepartaVjeal,
\i'ltiiia, ll. ('., ."uli Au. ii I, 1110, THE KXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER
TllklCIC
SUBDIVISION IN LYNN VALLEY. Situate on
tram line, between Oeneral Store nnd Hotel,
Sidewalk end One water serviee on itreet; olose
io Cliuroh. School, Hall, Butoher Shop and Mill.
Some lots cleared ready to build on. We (Irmly
believe with the eonitruction of the Second
Narrows Bridge this property should double
in value in one venr.
HAY * BURNS
Krai Estate and Financial Agents
Bressey
Peers & Boult
KEU ESIATE
Insurance
Notary Public
Phone
m
ST. GEORGE'S HOSPITAL
NOW OPEN
MEDICAL, SURGICAL aud MATERNITY casks
PRIVATE ROOMS.   TKKMs- ttmu |15p«b U'kki,
Nuts. ■ sml iiiit Ir nn S15 p, 1 ui, L
MASSAGE A SPECIALTY INSPECTION INVITED
Apply  6th  Street  Weit  (Behind Catholic Church)
Miss HORNBY, Sura.
Graduate Birmingham General Hoipitil, Englind.
Pmoni I. 214
The Gurney-Oxford Steel Top Range
meioi a m.n Lul laving ia
fuel ind liettei Inking reaiilla,
'lln--ill \\ Bl I OR" aot
oal* doei iti wmk BETTER
lml AT l.l ^ COST than
.iliin RingM.,
\\. 1 .in detnonttrite i" 1 on
the whole Superioi Cbaa-
irllnr prist ipal  nf economy
.uul , lln mny in tin minutes.
ll il tot worlh that much
of -our lune tight now ?
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
I'hone 58.
133 Lonsdale Avenue
B. C. GAZETTE
mm  COMPANIES LICENSED
Thi* i*iiiT,'iit OaHttt contain* aotfaa
ilnn iln* Vutoouvit Iall criminal tu
■In* will l»* bald oa October 10, Dat**
,,f .uIu-i* aMbw ,iiiui- in ih,, province
IN n< lollowi :
Town nf Clinton, Iih October, 1910,
civil nnd i'1'iiiiiiiiil.
i'ii) of Victoria, liii October, 1010,
criminal.
<'i 1 >   ..f  vaaaoavtr, Mih   October,
Ii'l".    < lilllilllll.
rii.\   ,,f  Kamloop*,   iiiii  October,
UIO, a*i\ il and criminal,
ciiy of Kanaimo, llth OctoBer, 1919,
aiiil     lll'l    .lilllilllll.
ciiy ,,(   Rcvaktob,   tStk  October,
1910,   aiiil    ,111,1   a lilllilllll.
i'iii ,,f N'«l*on, l-ili iiaioi,,*i*.  1910
a nil 1 iiiii criminal,
ciiv .af Ven  llth OelobaW,  1910,
'illl   llllll   a lilllilllll,
I'il)    nf   \,«    \Vi*-llllill-l,*r,   -J."., ll     (I.
lobar, l'1!!', ,'ivil mul *iiiiiiniil.
iiiy of tViiii,., KKh Oaioliir,   1910,
<ivil   llllll   a lilllilllll.
city of Qreanwood,  --"tli  Oetobar,
1910,  livil   llllll   a lilllilllll.
AiiiI iimt notice be [ivta lhat  lit
ting* nl  iln' luprem in  lor ili■
Iriid (if ,*i\ il eaiMa, i--in-*-. ainl   Hint
ll'l**   onl) ,   uill   In*   |||.|i|   in   ill,,   null 1
I1011-1'  ut   II   o'eloik  in   lln-  for,*ii,101.
.'ll     ill,*    plfXM      lll'l     "II     lb*    lIlll.N      folia'lli IILr.   iimni'l)- :
Cily of KiKvlmiil, Iltl* Oiiiilnr.
ciiy of Cranbrook, i-,ili OetobtK,
The reelgiiatioB ol John S. Clnlaai
.'llii'f   .ll'll.   nf   llll'   lllllll   |,'L.'i"all)     lliiil"',
\i*«    W.'-tlllill-ti'l.   I*   ,1,,,'plwl.
TMidin ure bnvitad for n tatty Utt
ih,* sL,*,*ii. river ,*ii KttMlae.
Barnard ami  llolirrlsoii of \i nu *i.
U'ivi'   llolin*   of   II   ,*i|a|a||a aill.,1]     i,,l     ,1
charter lor ■ railwa] f""" Porl Hl*n*i
-aali    |,i    |||,*    ,*;l-|,*|*||    | „ ill |,ll ;| I )     , if    Hfil
i-h Columbia,  Tb* route Mloaed   .1
loag  thi'  noiili  hunk  of  tlir    St.-..ii
uml llulll,') -(.'in- 1,1 bi parallel  lo
I hall   i.f   ill,*   Q,    I.   I'.,   Imt   lll'l,'iwulii
II aln 1.1.*- mnl laiki*. 11 iiioiv mat! 11*
dtrarti  lolag through lha i'i'a'* 111
hi pan mnl in way ol lb* Peaw n-
\,*i lo ili.* aJbarta boundary,
There     III,'     IHI     lev.      lllllll      tuelll)
-i\  application* lor Houm l.y   n
Hal |l,ai\ III. llll      rompilllir-    >IIII'lllLT       lb*
\\,a*k.
Rail   Kniiiiiia.'  c,,m|imi\, lll'llll  "ll"'**
nait, om.. ,:,|,iui. tmjm
I ailed Editor* I.imii,il. luml .iliin'.
T i", capital, mi"""1"
I'    I'    Dalle)   C,,ni|imiy of  llumiltoli.
I i.'i. *,iim,I. 999,000,
Hon,l,*i r'nrniliiir Maaulacturinf
I'ompaa*. head ofce, Berlin, om .
capital, s* H t.i mmi.
.llllll,*-   I   alll-lil.a*    mill   I   .*|l||'lll) .    In* nl
*'i, 1, m**i a,i. capital, tunjm.
.V|tl<l< I -oil- I lllllll'*!, Ill* lal aatliii*. la*
la,111.a.    l,*l|.Il.li,    X.MI.INHI.
Ilnil-on'-   liny   KniuiiiL' Compaay,
lnii.l „!!,,,•.  Ma.ntreiil. *a,|i 1 il. .Vi.""'
lm  k   Sniiter   l-'iiiniiun-   Con*
lulll*,.   Ii,*,l*l   nlli*,*.   H.llllllt'il.   I'll*   ,   .   .
im ii. in.ooo,
I.illl.'-    Ull' ll.III.ill   k    C*a..   Il.'.'l'l   "''*"*.
la.ii'lon. 1 taj. capital tl, ■'*"■
II .1  Hliiila, iiiiiI compaay, haad "(
'a .*,   Itineil*,*.*.   . :,|Ul.il.   1800
ITailille-   l.ltlllt.-l.   Il*'llil   *'lli'e.     llll'l
■ay, inn., .ii'iial. 1190,000,
Kiport 1,1,1111 c,,ni|,,iin. la. ,,i
Bl   llaala.ll.    ,    ||.||,l,    fit*!.	
KK II RED BLOOD
Tin*  (Tiitrli'i   I'.iuavll   Kuuf 1* unin.*
Company, head office, Sacki ill., vr,.
capital, 11100,000.
Ilia*   Cirliarlli    Silk   Co.,    Ii,*;,i|     pffi*   ,
St, .lolm's, ijuelier, capital, |13S,000,
ICinli'll dleene,   lilnilell,   lia'iiil    alii,*,*,
1 nm, capital, 1100,000,
I. M. I*'*,in,■!-, limited, head oflai,
Mom real, capital, 1180,000.
Bailey, Dixon ,v Ca., head oBet,
11 it- 1, capital, 990,000.
StaUntOni,    l.illlileil,    lll'llll    ailli.a*.      |,i
ilium, capital, 9990,090,
' in uliain Ubaatoi Companj. haad
aatii.v. Maiiiiivni, capital, 930,000,
li. Soon k Son, limited, eapltal,
NO,  lieml office, Tomato,
II. Ililiner I'lirniiiire Company, lieml
office, llerlin. (Int., capital, 9900,0110,
lhe Toronto silver PUte compaaj *
capital, 1100,000,
Warwick Brother* 9 Ratter, head pi
ii'*e, i'lironio, capital, tmjM,
Shurlj, Dietrich nnd compaaj. Imi
office,  Cult, iini.,   eapltal, 9990,1100
Hall nnl    \aile    \l a,liilf,n I ill in*.     Com
paay,   head   office,   Bt,    ' atharini -,
Onl ,  .ii'ilnl. MB0, * i
11 ill„*i    I'.iil     k   Slur.'   Filial*   Con,
paay, head office, Berlin, Ont., capital,
940,000,
lh,* I ,*iil\-ninii 11.'iiernl hospital ii
incorporated   nader   provincial    ita
till,*-'.
lu   Dominion order* in mum il -:.l.-
ol Imnl  linii*  I..'ti  uiniii*  lo the C,   l\
U.ll. fur siiiiion nml other porpoee*
in iln* Ynlio Vnllev iit Wapta, litter*
tall, l.eiiiniioil mnl Porcupine Creek,
1 la nl, ■ lle-el, lumber coatrai 1 1. nl
Itviui, It. Oa, Ini- Mabatd.
Bargain on Fifth St.
In D. I.. 274, block 117, a 8ni high dry lol -South
front For a few days onlv at $1550. Ca^fa §600
balance, 3,6 and 12 monthi.	
r. McMillan &, co.
54 Lonsdale Ave Phone 197 PO. Box 155
r
-me
THE NORTH VANCOUVER
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Pianoforte      ... .
.   Airs. \X. S. MiiniicsU-r A.K.A M
Organ        	
.   iir. T. W. Ward
Violin        	
.   Mr. I,. Davies, L.V.B.M,
Singing    	
•   Mr. Paul Kdmutiils
Violin Cello    ...   .
*   Mrs. Grace Harding Pratt
Cornet       	
•   Mr. l„ Davies, I.V.H.M.
Flute         	
.   Mr. I„ Davies, L.V.B.M.
TERMS MODERATE
North Vancouver Piano Co. w Bwi**
PIERCE & HALL
Real Estate
p. 0. BOX 51
.oans
Insurance
phone 110
lloiil'l,  (niini, 1 lose in Houlevaril, on nlliSlnil     I.li.il
reaidcatial mi.   ua * 1)6 lc   I'm-e hjoo, I innl cash.
Balance to imago,
Clii*.i|i.st im on Filth sn.ii, being lul-. 1. D.L J74.  lijoo
cash. ballBM 3, (', anil 12 months.    Di-iiu must sell un-
liirili.ili *lv.
Am 111 optionally n'mil lol iluse to Lowdalo,   Plot iltvatioa
[nn I J425 00 on v<-ry easy It tins.
urn
THE GEM THEATRE
FIR--T STREET WEST
TIIK KINK'STo.'' MOVING tMCTUAUg
lntirt> (li.iii(|i- of l'i im|i iiiiiiiii' Monil.iv. Wedntsday
ond ltitl.it
We i nler In ladies mnl 1 llildm. anil -i-siin* OUI DltrOOl
llnl nothingofllOlivi ibjectionahle will In1 slii.wn
l'i rfominou .11 7.30 ind I.4] p in.
Salniilay    Malinee    al    9.|0    |'.m
\(lmis>ion 10c
Cfiildrrn 5c
You Will Never Hnve It ni Long ••
You Have Dyipepii*.
,Iusl as lnlij; as \11i1 havi ilys-
|u*|isi,i \,,iu  food «ill ll"t   ]■'■
fitly tugoat, ami the nutrition!
eliliitlils in the linift vvill lml In-
1 Ati.ii I, il ..I .ihs.ninii, .mil i'.i
|iu\eiislii*il .11 water) blood mil
follow,
This rondition mav ii"t le
appanal al Brat, i>m ii  «ill
lllllll'     |lls|    .IS     Sllll*   .1*.    t l.i.      sllll
will riai again
Alll   stmiiaili ail,in nl,  111, lu<l
inj; all  forma ol  Iniigi
i.m in promptl] innil bj Usui;:
111  11 U.l       t,lllll IS,       ,1       Sill lllllll
111.lllllllll    lll|S||||l,|  .'.,,'
ll slifs Iiinn alalia,a, l.ehll-
in;; ul ^as, aiul ;.(>i ■ ,,1 sum
luml aliiinsl al min
Tin- ini^htv poWl 1 il ill * i-l;
in Invigorate ,iini restore ilic
simii.uh in perfect condition la
known everywhen,
HI " na    inns    hv    build UK
[up hv   banlahlng   the   1
I'or thin people ii is ,1 great
llesll   lilliltler,  lui ause  il  i.illsts
tin  itomach to gitra more and
l'i"* 1 niiiiiiioii in the il I   U
1 uns   si,, anil iar sii km •    ami
vomiting ul pregnane)  almost
immediately.     The    Lonadalc
Pharmacy sell*, ||j .* u  [01 Jo
mils a Urge li<>\, ani   naraa
lees il   In un,   ,,i   mom \   I'.n k
»*M***^'li£i4i
-tr:
— ±'
CLEARED LOTS
50 Feet Wide
in Blocks Adjoining
Grand
Boulevard
Dislriel Lol 550
CHOICEST-
1 RESIDENTIAL SITES
nu 1,iiisn kiii ir   in
KORTH  VAM'ot-li;
I III IIII I
For Prices and Particulars, Apply to
0
l.m. l.n.
MAHON, McFAR-LAND & PROCTER, LTD.
Corner Pender and Set   nur Streets Official Agents
Canyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
Bxteoiim Gi aadi. Higb-ciaM aoreiao it modamtt rataa.
Ptmil] 1 lb "nli'i'" i.il rains,   HeuaaGreatlyBatargsd
1 a    trail 1     iminii "I   Gron* Mountain,   iltimdi 30011 faet
Scenic Delights     Fishing      Hunting    Mountain Climbing   '■'•
Unequalled for Holiday, Long or Short
_ mt%mm%9mm-*sMl  -
CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,
Bra-chill*, Croup, Cougfu ind Coldi, or
BiotMy back.   Sold and purtntui by
The Lmisilale I'liainuui
I'. CANCELLOR,
Manii'j' 1
SEASON 1910
P, LARSON,
rop,
'♦♦HtHHI 111111111111 It IIII frHtHtH-H+H-HH+H lllllllll FOUR
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE   EXPRESS
Nokiii Vani:ouvkk
B. C,
Publilhed Tuesdays and Fridays by
Nokiii ShOII Pllli, Limitid
Hun vear, tl.lKl
iivtki nr 8i'ii»ciiliTio-i
Sis montlis, 50c. Three monthi, Ik,
United SUM and Koreign, $1.60 per year
Advertlalng Kates will bi qnotad on ippHoatlon.
Theabprmli divoted i" Uie latamti nl tlie north simrc of Bumrd Inlet
e\a liiaively.     It eonilltUtM an ndvcrli-ii.g nu-tliiiin oi UMptlonil ralue lur
machine iii a thorough and iBectlvi manner the population of Nortli Vancouver
Cilv and Diitrict,   I vert effort in niinlf I" iiive mlviTtisers the moat natinlai'torv
lerviee,
All cliange* In contract idvertiiarnanti nhnnld lm in thiprlnten' haadi nui
later than lo a.m.  Monday ami I p.m, Wcilucwla- In fiiiturt' iiiHcrlioii in tin
lollowing iunc
mu  inuniiturtiiiii'.  ■ tablUhmenti  or
nnu,- uvvneil iii i anadi in Ull whieh
„rr uui-iile nl  the enuiM
triil.
llnl-'n    lli.
Netv We-llltin-lcr cinched llie UlgH
championship on Saturday hy deloat-
lag Vanconver s goali to I. I'lie
pm waa played in S« WntailnitM
beloN an ixtaptlonallj largi orowA
N 'Rill VaNCOUVII,    If. C.
Autit-ST J3, 1910
im  \ wun vi-:it I'xiiiiiiiiiiN
hn* pronounced iuco*u which has
m irked th* Best annual lixunv ol lhi
I     uini   Exhibition A-si 11 iaiinii t's-
laiiili-lle-   II|iiiii   al   lit 111   It 'UlitlaitioU    Zlll-
,,i|ier eet} ilc-irablc ui-liinliun vviiuli
ha- a,Hue lu -lut. Whit li vvill mill lli'W
features allil il.tclu'i mlu laTgH I'ln*
I*,ni,111- frum year to tear gad vvhttso
annual recurrence will couatitut* one
uf ihe notable calendar event! in  the
life uf ilu* _!.* ii taatropolii apoa both
-uli*- uf Burrard Inlet,
While n|uiiiun- mav  -li'V.-t* as to the
particular Ilm along whit h aa nUb-
iiinn iii Vancouvtr can be develcfad
with the beat   peuapecli  nl   ttmem
there * nun.*t he any ih--eiit from the
unieral propoaltion thai -uh an in
--1 it uli. 111     wisely     ind    MM**gitically
Minigad nin In1 u'lii'lcl l" a pusiliuii
of iiii|inrliiii.e which will  make il   a
potaat fit'tur in promoting tlie geaa
ul vu'lfare uf lhe cilv. I It,* cnniliiaiiiil
inn pn-iliull IKilipitl] [iv* Vaiicuiiver 11-
tllC    ftltllll'   'Ulllllletvi.il   lnetr,l|Hilis      nf
lhe   Canailiaii  vve-t    auul   lhc gnat**!
taaport oa lhi I'm Uk ea 1-1 makes ul
that cily n iti'i-i cv.clletii lieltl fur the
budding   up   "I an   evliiliiiitin   on   a
latt'e -aale ui a varied aad mn.t at
tractive character, ami whoei npata
tiun 11- an annual fivlun* will extelul
iifatr.
The iniiiiiiL'eiiieiii   i- tn It DgralU-
li'aal un llic rcmark.ilile pNgNM
maile during lhc iiiiii|iataiiv,*ly   shuii
period covered by thtdr optwatim In
the  thlle  ul   the   lir-l   . \liibiti..n.      The
ground*, receotly   redntwd fmnt fnr
e-l    urowtli   are   lieauliful   fof   -itua
linn, ol ample area fur itnma'iliile I*
i|ilirt-mellls   ami   . iinveiiienllv    located
Imm    lhe    itaadpofati   of   lhe     I'ul'li'
The   baikhngl are a -laniliiii; eoiapli
■ment to ihe ability uf the Manage
nielli,   Matlg   nf   cumni'iiliiiit- propor-
li.ms, nl arll-li.   ile-iutl ami   eviilcllllv
sa, |alu*,*a| U|l..|| ill,- fl, all laa Is B- I'l Ml
mitUtC a |iultiiill nf ai aalnl'lellcllsive
•iluti lm in'aire addition! In Iheir
iiiinilicr.
The Kciici.il ihariialii ,,l ihis iniiial
efforl    relle. t-   irir.it  uiilit   upun   the
Baaed. The varion nhiblti vine nf
a must uin 1 iiv.- mul gratifying rtat
a* iei fnr a beginning, tin* attrat tiun
Fnim tluy lu i| iv   wc I u v.aianl  n.
-line;   unlet*   whnh    lllhilil.il   lh'
. nivalis   ncllllllii    |.|eai-illl*   while   the  ile
iiils were arranged and carried   um
with a smnulhnes- mnl pic i-imt win. h
niiilal  n,,i   h.* araBed bv inhibition
eviileiil wnh rett'ieiicii tn Nnrlh Vancouver. The total umniiiil by which
lhe city tiea-ury was ■■nil. lusi vva-
.11 r 11 > 1 •■ fur lhe payineiit ul all arrears
uf ia\e-, bin the evireme reticence
iiianilesti'il   upon   the pari   uf btiyer-
i.iiiairii UdrBng nah IgarM ai would
ia,*.,*--itali* the inve-tuii-nl nf ally coll*
siilenihle    sums   ol    munev.    -huwetl
dearly thai while they wen willing
lu lakt' a long chance if il  hi   In*
obtained by naturtig a nail  sum,
ihey, iievcithi'le-s, a ,,n-iilcie,l llial the
probabililies ul (he set, rut paMtdl be
ing rt'tli-cmetl amotiiileil tn a practical
a-ertainly anil lhat any ummiiits paid
(ur purchases woultl tillimalely prove
to be limply loan* advanced to delinquent Ui payed at tight par cent
Eighty parcels in all were sold, the
total proi-ceds Irum whi,h were approximately W.-MHI, ut* an average of
ilu.iil Jill par lut. I'he hiL'he-l pii"'
bid in any instance via- KIWI, while
the highest iiHsewxHl value ot any lul
aillereil wa.s gl,.r>IKI. This disparity 0'
lailm- shnvvs clearly thai the unct'i*
lainly   of   msuiring   title   hehl   priae-
ahiwn iii practically the sum requited
na im.a   ih.* aluinis -niniiist  thc   pin-
party.      Many piiivi-h hate already
Ihs'it rt-tlcemeil during lhe few ilny-
that have elapsed since lhc sale, clear
y iniliaiitilii; lhe prnlutbllilies with
relcri'inc m the eighty pieivi. OtDOaeA
nl.
I.O.O F.
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
55, meets every Thursday evening, corner Lonidale avenue ami
First street, nt B o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to
attend, lia B. ttm, N.G.,;
U.K. Donaldson, Kec.-Sec. ; J.
II. PUllni,, P.O., Fin.-sec.
John Swanson
Stone Foundations
iANDs
Chimney Building
SPECIALTY-NEAT WORK
Addren :
Hotel North Vancouver
North Vancoaver
Woodward
We supply S10VLW00D an;
length required.
16 inch length, $2.75. per load
Cordwood, $4.50 per cord
Prompt Delivery
Phone 190 I'. 0  Uox 13b
I'.MMI'.KATKlN 01 CERSU8
VAI.l lis
The Iiinn ami urban value* ul the
ccn-iis ,i( lllll will Ih* ctiumerttted under llie date "I I-l ■lune. They will
ii« luili- the real estate aiul live sluck
lailm- ,,( each enumeration liistriet nt
llml tlate, ol the live -luck and nur
cu   -t.uk   -a,li|   111   I'.Hil,  uf  lhe il.uii
prodaeta ocaeuaMd nt home, Mat i"
llio liii'liirics nr snhl, nntl nl tlie am
inals -liiiiviliioii'il un the I.u 111 in   llu
nne   y.uir.   lOgetaM   wilh   vnlues nf
ilicr |iruiliii Is ul the farm.
laml mul liiiildiiiirs nml farm implr
minis und niaihiiiery mmi by every
tun in the etiiiineraliiin dislriel will
n.nialcil   sepiirnlelv   lur   values    111
I'.HI, nml  lln* rent nf luml  nntl bttihl
illlTS  will   idsn In'   recur'leil   il   len-eil   II
llial year. Vnlues will Is' Inkeii lm
nliaiil fruit-, -mall Iruils nntl Ngg1
nihil- -c|iiir,*ilelv fur l'.iln ; lull \ ilm
ul horses, milch town, other liurnc.1
tie, sh,*c|i, -win.*, poultry
ami hives ul In.', will lie laken »,|'a
ralelv  lur   lull,  nt   lhe 'late   ul   lhe
■ctisils.
Hi,* vulii,*   nl Ine -liiik aliil iinr-eiv
'ink   -I'M   ill    I'.'lll   VVlH    HI' I'l'lr I	
linlili ui««, other hurnisl or Mat eat
whiali Un* i.vu in oparatinalot Maaj  ,,„   1,,..,.  nn_l v„i,\u> ,„„| hiv f
I..-.,   uini   nl   niir-ery   -lu,*k,    which
ll   is   llllilel-lilnll   (lull   ill,    |a|'a,,n   ,     Waj llllll      Ulul     nltlalMlelllall       I	
 Id the ivlubii,,,,, by ih,* iiuliln   •"'«" l"r init-l'lan.tiii: ,1. luu'l
,,,.,,, 1 gaethai and parte.
VI   1-    aif    ,l|a ll    11    IiIh'IuI Iial   I   t' I       llll'l
,    .                       ,                                      ll.uiv    iiriiilinl-    anniiiiteil   un lhe
l'i,* int.u.-t -rea'e.l ailU'.iie l'i.. p, 1 11* *                                        , ,.
fiiini, nntl sent   in laetorM or nolo,
•rtiWlOM   an.l   "iimn   ...'    atitaanvc  ^     |(|  ,„-,„,,„.,,   „,   ,|„, Veur mill.
Thev     im lll'l"
feature-  uf  varum-  klndi   .it'
emountgiag  protniM lot lha  luture,
thai    llu*    ihrcilui.   ult. , l\   Inn,*    in
nnml e\i,*ti-ite development! in pie
purntiun f,,r the exhibition "f next
yt'iir.
Proa all quart*!*- then "aim- luu
tllying 1  ic  'li 1'  lh   \ ai wi
exhibition li di ci'a"l lo   fa an*  li
inarke'l degrM   llu*   growth   anil    lhe
proeperlty "■'   I        bat* n riatii   ol
I'.iinli  i'nluminal'-  young iiiiiI  luat)
lhe   values     ol     milk
ileum,   luiiiii* made   builer   and lioini'-
Uianl,    a lice-,'.
Animal- sliiui;lui'r,il uu the l.trni
1910 will be icnrtleil Inr lhe vnlues ol
honed or neat cattle, sheep, iwine
ami poultry.   Horae* nre not intltitlc'l
in th   value*,   11.  in   oar mutiny
llieir nuai- .ire not usisl lor (oo'l-
The value* nf ulher proihnls ol llu
Innn Include tho** pi egga. hamf ttt
miv  f.u   I'lln. ami wi.i.l.  maple MftM
nnti  inapla     vrup  lor   ll'll.
The enumeration td hired lal"" ""
FOR SALE
ALL KINDS OF
FURNITURE
CHEAP
New Williams Sewing Machine,
in good condition, lor  -   $8.00
Beds complete (rom $5.00 up
New Matting -   -   10c a yard
All-Feathers Pillows $1.50 a pair
TURNER'S
Furniture and
Crockery Store
70 Lonsdale Ave.
Nelson Manf'g Co.
KSl'LANADK,   Ban or
N. V.l.fMllr.K   Co 'l Mm
AWNINGS
TENTS
SAILS
N. NELSON. Prourietor
THU BR.UXIMER
HUN CO., Lid.
Lonsdale Avenue,
at Firry Landing
FBI Minims
ALL KINDS OF
FEED AT TIIK
LOWEST l'i!K'KS
We ninn Inutile' llie (ullnii'iii)t in
POULTRY 8UPPUE8:
11 tl K. Chirk Pood.
It. I K. Chicken Chop.
Bwlttl1 Ila'cl S, raps.
Mver's 1'aaiillry Spice
Lees' Life Killer.
win'at in tvafntta
Sulil iii anv iiuaiilitit-s.
TKY SWIFTS  AKS-
NATE Of LEAD
Tlie 1',,-sl siiinnier Spray
un tin- market.
ALL KiNds OF
fertilizer*
for laws and garden
Recreation Grounds '*'        •'
IM Street, Nnrth Vineounr,
Itlt-al Grniintls Inr Sumlay   Behool
Plcllirs, l.aaili:,* l'lcnli -, anil all kiliil.
ol Alliletic KventH.    llrainl Slaml
Bfiilinn ciipacitv lur IIIKKl.
For MtfaaMMOll ami rales, nnil .penal
nlM on lerrv ami curs, M
II. K SllAKI'K, Sec, Nurlh Vanr,utter
The |H'n|'ll' ll«V,»
loniitl il mil   at
last.
InatltUtiOBI    in     all    il. pairtnienls ol   ,)„. |nm   l(,   ||„,   y,.,„. |||g,     ||   -a'ill
while   n    mui   fin tli" total Mtobet "l weeks ■ l»-
rn- ttill wish (of il
llial   pii.piie-i    lol    il    a   aailiel
rptiooal
I I RIA1   ' ' i M MI SI
I In  n   uli     nf   'lu    \al   sul,-  ul  rilv
propert] haU li ' wa k wt] )»■ lakea
ladi ni"ii ..I ihe general „.  _ ttiem, ■ qawlloi li aaked I"1
I  a,ui,.I, n ,. vtlieh i  ,**.i.vii.,n i|M,  %., i n«. ,,[ ;,n   isndi iiiiiI buildingi
1 nipluveil whiah mean- the lUinit**""
for all men tvhn ita.ik for hire "ii the
(uini uml lhe total amount P'li'l '"r
hire.  Including  allowaaea for Imitrtl.
The puvment shoulil bl reknltetl fnr
the lllll time ol nciiic, ami slmnM in
.■luii.- ilu* vaihie nl liiiiuil.   The iit'iniiV
relating la tanlnaji loi doantl
l-kei|   fnr   ill   Si tl, (llllo   Nn.    I.
lu addition to tha loregolng Inqut
Phone    198
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
Dealers in Coal, Brick,
Sand,   Gravel,   Lime,
Cement   and   General
Buildeis' Supplies.
All Orden   Promptly
Filled ami Satillai turn
Guarantt A     Pricei nn
Application*
Office: Lonsdale, near City Wharf
Warehouse:      Foiman's Wharl
IHE N.V. IIMI \l\Kkll
Umler New Minaieomit.
The fheiipt'sl ami Ih'.i place in luttn
fur all kiml. n( Irch ami Itooked lish.
|miiltry, i'lll**, viiEi-Ulile. ami fruit.
Wl- SELL ICE
Cheap full size 50-ft. lots
in the city facing south for
$400.00     Easy terms.
ELDER MURRAY CO.
float in Nunii Taawuiii ttmt Ml vaaeoav*i
llllice llnitrs 11 a.m. In IJO p.m.    OpM BvwlMI hy aiiptiintint'iit
After nlliee luuirs, plume LUI
LYNN VALLEY
The ours hit now running past nur new sub-division.
located loroti lhe itreel from tliu Lynn Valley store,
A few lots still telling nt the original price.
We bave aiea a remarkable line subdivision, facing on tbe extemion ol the
GRAND BOULEVARD
which we ure offering now al feteon*
able prices.
CAMPBELL & EVENSON
9 Lonsdale Avenue. Phone 155.
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS. INSURANCE
A SNAP-Three Lots on 5th Street, half block
from car line. Price $3900; $1750 cash,
balance 6 and 12 months.
Foot of Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver, B. C.
TELEPHONE Sa,. P. O. UOX 114
NORTH VANCOUVER
00 J 6a '"""' unfit
una 01. ,.r|l(*i,i. ige
Western Ave.
i .th 1 int tm und Str* 1 and Chi it-
Hal.   ' .    Cllh,    t>:il*lll. a   li .lllll  )2 tlltllllllS.
Clou i" Boulevird, md lew jrirdi Iron
Loaidile r,u terminal.   Lol 55x154 bei
Price only S600, '. caih, bal. 6-n 18 noi   A Good Hometuta.
• J    1       A 35 It. till lllis |lll>lllrss tlluliill^llUlt, --lori's
Lonsdale Ave. i,niu, i,mi, c\otl \,y. *155-j. % nn, bai-
anci; in 6, 12 ami is moatfal
CHAS. E. LAWSON & CO.
.,   -  -IIKI'lll.Uh '    1   I v«l*"N
itt, Spocialiiti       1 j Loetdak Avi Phone 70
JOHN  Mil I VS
131 1-1KST STREET, WEST,
Hot Points
For the Man
Ui it's a t haute to pleiM the
Will'.
Q1.I11  .ti tun ■ .1 1 -j10 " HOT
POINT"
Ti 11 dljfl trial, hm ior asking.
Ol, iiMin nml comlort on iron-
ini; il.ty.
(T\iilv  iron tin  nurkt t unaraii-
itttl lur two v-ars.
iiv.st now, it will plca-c her.
Ntat,  clean and  econonlicil.
*|"u nm new .mil lit' iiitl\,iliced.
B. C. Electric Railway Company, Ltd.
50 Lonsdale Avenue.
KH4H»HH»HHH»HfHHHHf44H»HHHHHHHH'HHHHHH4t>
60 YEARS'
EXPERIENCB
Tn*o[ Mmm
DdlSaNI
CofYRIOHTI *c
Anfor..«l1ln| ialrfli in' rtrarrlptlan -mil
qulrlll Mrw'nlii ian iiial-n ft-11-.liMla.r avn
lnT.tl'l"H liPI'itia' 11 * l.l'inhlfi,   'iiinmutiltal,
ii*™..1 riotlifine.il-1' ,i. mmm iin r.i.mi
notli^. OMn.t»." i'l f* f* uri,iiii*t.ttU.
P.lmitJ tUtitl tl.i.aa.la Mu I * I „. IK.I**
^cMlnotki, *IH" alll lal, .-f ,11111,*
Scientific American
a b*Di1..itliel| tlliialrnt,.! .,. hl-r   t.,.,L'.*.t ntr.
nlitlnn iat.ni Kimn , ;   ,
luinlh. ts-. . |»M, f..tm,. tan a : 1.   -, ij 1,1
M^%io \rkit *ecn m,r n,'SN Subdivi-
IIClVc   1UU     sion in Lynn Valley
SITUATED right at the Ou Ttrmlutu. This is the greatest op-
portanity tei Inwetmtnl e?et offered on this side of the Inlet,
Already, luts purehued of us last week Imve been suld at a prolll
tit |860 per lot. and tin' original purchaser sold too somi at that.
There must oi neeeesity be i boay bueineei ci*ntn* in Lynn Valley
and nf necessity it will be located nt this point   You know what
thai will ini'.in.   Let us show ymi oter the property before they
are all gone. PHONE 216 br appointment Ofloeontbegroanda,
li  THE   CANADIAN   FINANCIERS,   LTD. jj
14 IohmI.'I.' Avrnue
HEAD OKHCE 682 Granville 8t R.8 THOMPSON, Loeal Manager,   -
t*H-HM4*H4H H44H4-HHI4I4III H-I-HH 1111 H III IM 11 Ml 111IH-M 1111 H THE EXPRESS, NORTII VANCOUVER, B. C.
FIVE
Buy at the
WELCOME PARLOR
And Save Money
We positively guarantee all our groceries to be the highest
in quality and lowest in price.
BREAD
You may do well elsewhere but you will do better by buying
a larger loaf of better bread (rom us.
Also by buying
RICHMOND DAIRY ICE CREAM
at our parlor
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY PRESERVING FRUITS.   We
carry a large supply of all kinds at the lowest prices.
Best J. & M. Coffee, fresh roasted and ground, 3 lbs. $1.00
also a grade at 25 cents.
Indian and Ceylon Tea, 3 lbs. $1.00, also all standard grades.
Best Creamery Butter, 3 lbs. $1.00, also cheaper grade.
Fancy Apples.
Oranges all sizes from 20c. up to 50c. per doz„ guaranteed
not touched by frost, and sweet and juicy.
Large assortment of English Candies imported and domestic
from 15c. up to 50c.
New Laid Eggs daily, 40c. per dozen.
Fresh Biscuits, large assortment, 10c. to 25c. per pound.
65 LONSDALE AVENUE
Phone 126 Fm Delivery
-*%%»*»^% »•**»%% %%%%*%«.%«».%%«.«* •%«%%«**. «.%%<«*<«>%«%
HARDWARE
-   CROCKERY
THE L. H. WILLIAMS
CASH GROCERY
FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY
BREAD,  PIES,  CAKES  AND  COOKIES
ICE CREAM AND COOL DRINKS
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
All Kinds of fresh Vegetables
and Fruits in Season.
LONSDALE AVENUE, Near 23rd Street.
North Vancouver
Tclephon
233
Our entire stock of practically new furnishings marked at prices that are finding ready
purchasers. If you want furniture or carpets now, or a month from now you should
utilize this opportunity. When you can save
considerable amounts on household necessities then you are economizing indeed.
That is without impairing the quality of
your purchases and in this case quality is
our stock in trade.
Watch Our Windows
They always have something that you
would like and the price is plainly shown.
D. A. Smith, Ltd.
Cor. Granville & Dummuir St. Vancouver
MUat I'oinmi.iii bta binfcatjial     ton} ibta   ws\   i in <;  T. t.
"i> i.|.i..,*!,!,.,I .*,i ii„* i„ , i ,„ii„,.i t„„i ,,| is,,,,,, it,,,,,,, .,„. waa   wm
 '  —twmt, i" )•,■ ii.i.i   in i,„  .,,*.■  | /,.„
■aattaal in ih, mi burnt lata? brklg * Mag "a
It. C, I'l.ol.lSTS ASSOCIATION
Tin* ll. ('. I'l,,rata Auoolttloc tui
jaMaiaiuy in iiu> mala lull ai iin- m
bibitlon  ground*, 7anooiv*r,      Thi
tttandu  wai  fniily  r»pr***»ntativ*
tad ,i nu ml i.-r "f Importanl nattara
wi'i'i* brought up inong other* being
iln, (|iit'.*.iii)ji of having bttUr taoUltlN
provided nt tin- inhibition {rouodilor
iho Dora! ,*xliiliiis ii ii wet pointi'ii
out llml the ii|i|n*i* itoty ol llii' imtiii
huililillt;  vvus   too   will III   fi.r   lln*   lluu
m,     Piwldaat    Milli-r aad Unoton
Ma*S|,,-|,lal,'ll   llllll   Kllaiwll.,11   Wtn   ulllall
iii iiiiiI ilu' iniiiii'i' |il»ai'il baion thrill,
anil thi'v* piotakad ii iiparati build
lag lm- ilmi |.iii|iiiH' in* ni'vt jraar,
A r-nrldon of ih.' priaa li-ai wns  .li*
gUHd nml Inki'n up wilh llii* uthlb
ition loiiimittee.
Thn ll. ('.  Ti'lrplioiii* li.,  Ims   roni-
llla'liaa',1    |||,     i ||-I ,*l I III t il, ||   aaf   |1    tl*ll*p|lOlll*
1} -I.'in  iii   tin*   AgMail  \ allh'J',
Di'lt'rlivi's Imve boen engaged liy llio
iniiniiipiilily of I'i'ii I ia lain to nppri-
hcii'l lad ,'oiivi.t  Iruil  thh'Vi'8.
Tin is btdag foiinil iii (Iif plnri'i-
' Iiinn in Oiiiiiii'i ■ ns well n* those
ot the Momlik,'.
B, I'olson, n prm tirnl nevvspupiTiiinii
in nil senses of the term, hns pur*
ihnseil lhe Armstrong Ailvriii-er.
Kernie hns pnssed two liylnws, one
for lhe extension of its sewernce *-; s-
tem and the other to establish nu ef-
lii-ienl  lire iiliirm system.
The eolonizntion eom|mny thnt M
ii'iuly aa,piii,,l ili,, Cnrliii interests in
'iiiidioil ninl nilioininar propertiis lii
i*ompli*t,*i| surveys nnd will shortly
put the estate on snle.
It is Blnlcsl thnt the famous Douglas lake ninth  has been sold  to   ]'.
Item *v Oa for aatMitg less tm ll.-
.W.ihhi.
tenia is in hnve , new Y.M.C.A.
baildaOg and also a Cnrneirie lilniiry.
These matters have Ikimi under con-
-iilenition for some time and the
,nniiiiiti.is iu rliarge report favorably.
BtfWtl are )>>iii|r |„i,| out at I'oit
M.um, wharves are to („■ |ir,,vid,sl ntnl
I, i*'i> Um nllntled in lhe near future. Lots ill the lownsil,. vvill lie oil
the market   this autumn.
It is ntinoiniieil ihal the Brooks-
Deaaloi LaatWI Do, has abandoned
il. iniention of majtiag I  lalgl   mill
il   \l,*iiitt   to ,ul   ihe  log*  from   the
■ ompany's holding* nn the loldwnler
iiv.*r.
The lire at I'hoenix re.enily ditlroy-
■ A ..'v.i.il ,,( id,, nil's |hs| liuililin*.'"-
Iii  the  oralagntlf.   Ik* M.-tlimii-t
hunh wn. iinisiimeil,  id-"  lhe  l'i**-
I" i* 11 in   .liuivli,    the    I'.il,"'    liveiv.
mai th.* pidiiia  .ali.ioi buUdia**,   mi'i
-•■v nal pi iv,*,,,* re-ialtii'i's.     The tutnl
Iaai is ,-iimiiti'd at HM.IH.
F. O. FERRIS                                                             THOS. S. NYE
FERRIS & NYE
Sp«ci.]iat. in   Noilh  1 ,al,».l*il.   I',.'|a. alar,
Phon. 228                       P. 0. loi 174
Lonidale Ave., cor. Queen St., North Vancouver
\V/K Imve luts for sale in  this splendid
ivsiilental   district,   Mnbftoing   fine
views and invigorating itmoiphtrt,  Thus
should be siM-n to be appreciated   Urge
lots, 60 x 132, with lane.  Water laid on.
A school building is under way between
Mahon and Chesterlield avenues and .Ny
ami King streets.
Compared with other subdivisions prices
are reasonable anil all lots can he delivered
Terms easy.
Exclusive sale of the largest holdings in
the district. Two modem and substantially
built houses for sale.
Wheezer or Sneezer
Have Ynu Baud iif llyoimi fur
I.il.mil,   Asthma and   Hay
Fever
If mmi whtmi "i stive/I-, hawk
ur spit, sniillli' ur lilutv, Miim-
tliitij,' is the matter willi llu-
liuiiilmitir ol \ imt tOOffitotOt)
it.nl, .unl vmi mid Iluiinci.
Ami vn nml Ih.atmi btCMN
it will Hire von ol Uf) -atarrh-
■1 "i iiillaiiiiiiatnrv COttditloa
thai  exists.
It isn't a stoinai h im-diiim,
"r sprav, or doiu lie, lull I vi*n
pleasant, liialili-;, .mlisipli.
Ii.ils.iin, Imm Uiv lUi-alpilns
(orisls ol AnstiAlia V"ii
liri-atln- this liiilsiiuii ait
tliriittglt a small, haul inlilui
inhaler, ami il Ml In■ tnt)
nook,   ColMf   anil   invite    "l
iiu- iimiiliniw  .nnl   prompth
kills tin  , it.uiti i;ni
Tin- I."iisilali- l'lianna, v    will
■■0 \"it a compltti llvoimi
proooamd  iiii;ii o we) outfit
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plan
"I have Iktii a \i<liin of ifl-
t.iitli lor main iiiniitliv lln-
|laodl atoiiiiil my ejTM Iti
ii. . bd&l son- and swollen
Mv head fill .lull ami onlh
Tains in thc front ami bad Ii
m\ lie.i'l. also ai toss mv , vi
wat, fr-*(|iU'tit ami 1 liad inm
Ide in liii-alliinc egfidalljl ti
tight when Irvine;  to ict        I
ll.l'l    llaal torill     Illlt    £"t     11   *      *' 'I' I
until alter nsinj; H voinei    This
nlieved me m llir  lirst iiuniv
f"in hours .nnl in li ss ilt.ui IWO
•inks  I  Vtl prarti.alh    iiirrd
I lalillot  rivi too tnllili
l" Hvotnci "    Hn,   Marv Phil
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Ont.
Cures Dyspo psia.
Yoin mon«y tick II It 9m\ Clvn lm-
mrdul* niiri Irom liMrtW* . tout Horn-
ich,ilomi:h dulrrs* tnl tti I bttiiclit.
SO «-h 11-,'(t bot it
The I,onsd,ilr  ['lia,
Timber
STOCKS
REAL ESTATE
Money to Lend on Mortgages
Agre: ments of Sale PurchaaSed
GRAIN
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Beautiful Homesite, li\e minutes walk from car line, 75 x 290 led    Grand
View of the Inlet ard Gull   Only $650, caih $250.   Come with ut and
see this Property.
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Waterfront Lots, Block 171, D. L 274
Lot 17, Block 157, District Lot 271
Loti Fronting on the "BOULEVARD EXTENSION", CHESTERFIELD AVE.,
MAHON AVENUE AND INTERSECTING STREETS==
Sul'division olBlo.ks go) "A", 104, 104 "A", 113, aa6 "A", 14011111141 in Diitricl Lots
544 ind 54J, City of Nortii Vincouver.
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| General Contractor
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CONfRACIOR
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Phone 170 P.O. Box Ilk
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'Pardon at*." -*n*l lh* lad] "n i
a*arketing expedition, "bal in i'a. ,
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poatVi i'iaaiii|iiii,  •-1 in* i inner I pai
ali,*i-,*il ili l'i:- fi""' aoa'l   ;ill,,w
lii*. lu'ii- in lay ilii'i" aim nth i waj '
Chauvenet  continued  to regard  Mm
with fixed gaze.
"Miss Claiborne ls a wonderful iall-
w. The Atlantic Is a little tumultuous
It times In the spring, but sho reported |
tn the captain ever; day."
"Miss Clnlhorno Is nottilng lt not ex-
traorillnnry," reclarcd Mrs. Sanderson
With frank admiration.
"Thc word seems to have been coined for her," said Chauvenet, his while
teeth showing under his thin hlack
mustache.
"Antl sllll leaves the language distinguished chlclly for Its poverty,"
added Arinilngc, und the men bowed
to Shirley nii'l then to Mrs. Snmli'* "H
nnd again to each othor. It was li' I
a rehearsal of some (rille In n comedy.
"Hnu etenaiatr laughed Mrs. Sanderson. "Aiiil lllis lovely room Is Just
the plaee for It."
They were siill talking together as
t-'raim-l, Willi whom Armltnge had
spoken lii'low. cnlereil hiirrleilly. lis
held * crumpled nnle. whoso contents
It '*a**Mil liml shaken liim out ot hia
halalliukl melaiii'li'ily composure.
"Is Huron von Marhof In lhe roomF
he asked of Armit.igo, rumbling nervously nt his mourn lc
The Austrian aniliassador, with several ladles anil led liy Senator Sanderson, was approaching.
Tbo attache hurried lo Ills chief uud
ail'lrcsseil him In a low lone. The nm-
liassailin' sln|i|n'i|. grew very white
ami stared at the messenger fur a mo-
mi'iii in Iiinni, unbelief
The jaUt "ian now repeated In
Knglish, lu n tone lhat could lie heard
In all purls tt llic hushed room:
"Ills majesly the Kmperor Johtinn
Williclin ilic.1 siiililcnly tonight In Vienna," lie saiil ami gave his arm to his
chief.
It was a strange place for Ihedellv-
cry of such a ini-ssiinc, aal the strange-
in-ss tt II was im. n-iiieil to Shirley by
the curious glance Ihal passed Iietween
John Armilage Utt llSm ('liiiuvonct.
Slilrley remembered afterward that as
lhe attache's words rang out In 111*
room Anniiage started, clinched his
hands and caught his lireath In I manner very uncommon in men unless they
are greatly moved. The aniliassador
walked directly from thc room with
bowed head, and eery i*ie waited ln
silent sympathy until he bad gone.
Thc word passed swiftly through the
grent house, and through the open windows the servanis were heard crying
loudly for Huron von Maxliofs carriage lu the court below.
"The king ls dead. I.mig live tbe
king!" miinnured Shirley.
"1/Ong live the king!" repeated
Chauvenet and Mrs. Sanderson ln unison. And Ihen Armilage, as though
mastering a phrase (hey wefe teaching
hltn, rained his head and *aU„ with an
unction that aurprlsed them: "I/mg
live thc emperor and klngl God nave
Austria I"
llien he turned to Shirley' with •
•mile.
"It I* very pleasant to-ace'you oo
your own ground. I hnpo-your family
are well."
"Thank yon; yes. My father', and
mother nre here somewhere."
"And Captain Clnllioroo?"
"He's probably sitting up all night
to defend Kort Myer from the crafts
and assaults of the enemy. 1 hone yon
wlll conic to see us, Mr. Armltage."
"Thank you. You nre very klnd/'Jie
said gravely. "I shall certainly gfve
myself the pleasure very soou.
A* Shirley passed on with Chauvenet Mrs. Sanderson launched upon the
girl's praises, bnt she found him suddenly preoccupied.
"Thc girl has gono to yonr head.
Why didn't yon tell me you knew the
Claiborne*?"
"I don't 1-emcmherthat you gave m*
> chance, but I'll say now that I Intend
to know them liettcr."
She bade him take Inr to the drawing room. A* they went down through
the house they found thnt the announcement of lhe Emperor Johann
Wllhelm's death had eiist a pall upon
the company.  All Ihe members of the
clearly by Intention, and a slight smtM
played about Chauvenet'* lip* In liH
enjoyment of tbe situation. Armltng'
smiled up at him In amiable acknowledgment of his courtesy and roso.
"Yon aro very considerate, innnsleui.
I was Just at the moment rogrettlnil
our distinguished host's oversight la
providing cigars ulono.   Allow mel"'
lie bent forward, took the oulstretcl
ed open case Into his own hands, rt
moved a cigarette, snapped tlio cas*
shut and thrust It Into his trouser
poild'l   nil, as It scorned, nt a single
ili'iike,
"My dear sir," begnn Chnuvenet,
while wilh rage.
"My ilenr M. Clintivenet," snld Armltnge, sulking n match, "I am Indebted
|o you for returning n trinket that 1
value highly."
The llunie crept half the lenglh of
Iho slick whllo thoy regarded each
olher. Then Anniiage raised It to tlm
tip If Ids clgiiielle, lifted bis bend and
blew ii iiuiiii of smoke
"Are J "ii able lo prove your property,
Mr, Ainillngi'?" demanded Chiiuvi'iict
furiously.
"My dear sir, they have a saying In
Ihls country that possession Is nine
points of the law. You had It- now 1
havo It   wherefore It must be mine!"
Hi litrnnl to /Ind ChMMMl clow nt hi*
tide.
Chauvenet'* rigid figure tuddenly re
laicd, Ile lenned ngnlnst a chair with
a relnrn of his habllual nonchalant air
and waved his hnnd carelessly.
"Between gentlemen—»o imall a mat
ter!"
"To lie sure, the merest trifle," laugh
ed Armltage with entire good humor.
"And where a gentleman hns the
predatory habit* of a burglar and
hi'iiseliri'iiker"—
"Then lesser affair*, iuch a* picking
up trlnket*"*-
"Coine ualiirally; quite «o!" And
Chativenet twisted his musttuhe with
an air of Immense satisfaction
"I'ul the genial art of assassination
-there's a business that requires a
calculating baud, my dear M. Chan*
Tenet."
Chauvenet'* hand went again to hli
HP
"To be sure!"  ho ejaculated,  with
MM
"But «lonc-nlone one can do Utile
For larger operations one requires. I
ihould iny, courageous associates
Now, In my affairs, would you believe
me,   1   am  obliged   to   manage  qulie
alone"
"How melancholy!" exclaimed Chan
venet.
"ll Is, lulled, very sad!'' and Aruil
tagc sighed, lossed his cigarette lui a
•he smolderb g grate and bade Chanre
net a ceremonious good night.
"Ah   we shall   meel  again.   1  dnre
The Port of
Missing
Men
HV   UKKKIHTII NiniOI.SON
Alilli.ai  ,i[ "The IIiillsc "( ■•
Thoaaaad Caidlaa."
(Continued Irmn lust issuei
j, I Ilirill 11H1T111UTTT " 11 ■ 111111 ■ ■ ■ ■ T
Bhlrley and Chnuvenet left the ran
ernblc Justice, nnd Mrs. Sanderson Intercepted Ihem at once.
"To think of all these beautlfnl
thing* In our own AmericaI" exclaimed
Shirley.   "And you, Mr. Armltage"—
'Among the other curios, Miss Claiborne," laughed John, taking ber hand.
"Hut 1 haven't Inlrodii'isl you yet,"
begin Mrs. Sanderson, puzzled,
"No; the King l-Mwnrd did lhat Wl
crossed logelher. Oh, M. Chauvenet,
let me present Mr Ariultago." said
Shirley, seeing Ihnt the men had nnt
spoken
The situation nniuscd lnnliane, nnd
he untied ruber Bm broadly lhan
wns necessary In liprMMag his plena-
ure at meeting M Ch.iiiienei They
regarded eaeh oilier wii'i the swift In-
teulm**** of men who nt" Md to tho
ihnrp etet I"1' "I 'heir ."-es nnd when
.V-inli'i-e nirm-d liiwnrl Shirley and
Mr*   Saedci'so'i   ne   wn  aware  that
Tiu wwtmutmnm tx— vtttte.
diplomatic corps/had -withdrawn at
once as a mark -of rofioct and sympathy for llarnn -wn'Mafhof, and at midnight the ballroom laid all of the-com-
pany that remained. .Armltage hnd not
sought Shirley apiln.. lie found n room
Ihnt had lieen set npart for smokers,
throw himself Into a chair, lighted a
clgnr and stared at: a picture thnt had
no Interest for him tvhatever. He put
down his clgarnftara few wblffs, and
his hnnd went: tofthe- pockeVtn which
he hnd usually Jean-ted hhw cigarette
case.
"Ab, Mr. ArmUagB, mayX-ioSer yeo a
clgarettel"
He tumad tom-i-VCbatw'Sieti close at
his side, lie -had, not heiird the man
enter, tat CTmi-rt-enet had;been ln hi*
thoughts, nnd hoa utartcdf. sBghtly at
finding blm so, near. Q-BOi-flmet held
In his white gfonetl haialjaigold cigarette case, which Iw* opened I with a deliberate rare tha* ■atapl-o-ed' Ha erobc.-
llshed iddc. Th-HBHooth a***-3" rorface
gtoamed In Iho llltht, the. hetoet la
bine and the< wtrt»j falcon ttaida'd In
Analta-ny* eyee.    Ok I meetJuT, wn
lay!"
"The thought does credit to a gen
irons nature," responded Armltage in.!
psssod out Into the house.
Chapter k
"Tins is aotrica, nn, aiunTAci.'
I'ill Nil, planting green
and gold banner* on old
Virginia battlefields,
crossed the Potomac and
occupied Washington.
_ Shirley  Claiborne
called for her horse and rode forth to
greet the conqueror. Tho afternoon
wn keen ind sunny, and ihe hid turned Impatiently from a tea to which
•he wt* committed to leek tbe open
The call of tbe outdoor gods sang ln
ber blood. lutTodll* and croctue* lifted yellow flames and ruddy torches
from every dooryird. She hid pinned
a spray of arbutus to tbe lapel of ber
tan riding coat It spoke to ber of
tbe blue hurl-on* of the Virginia hill*
The young buds In the maples hovered
Ilk* a mist In the treetopi. Towering
ever nil, the Incomparable gray obelisk
climbed to tbe blue arch and brought
It nearer earth. Washington, the center of man's hope, la also tn spring the
capital of the land of heart's desire.
With n groom trailing after her, Shirley rode toward Rock creek-that rippling, murmuring, singing trifle of water lhat laughs day end night at the
margin of the lienutlful city, as though
politics and statesmanship were the
hngest Joke In the world. The flag on
thc Atistro-Hungnrlan embassy hung
at half mast and symbols ot mourning
•fluttered from tho entire front of tbo
bouse. Shirley lifted ber eyes gravely
a* *he passed. Her thoughts flew nt
once to thi scone at the house of the
Hcrotnry of state a week before, when
Baron von Marhof had learned of the
death of hi* sovereign, and by assocla
tion she thought, too, of Armltage and
Of hi* look and vole* i* he nld:
"Long live Ihe emperor and king!
bod save Austrlal"
Hmporori and ktngil Thoy wero as
Impossible today ai a anowstnmi The
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SEVEN
(treat WMUngtM functions, wetirlng
llieir deenriilliiiis, always struck her as
helng [iiirllculnrly illstliiitiilshcd. it
Just umi iK'eurreil In her Ihnt they
«ere nil Raked to lhc crown nnil scepter, hut she dlamlaaad the wbola matter and bowed io two ilnrk Indies ln n
Plfltlg vielurin with the iiulek little
"od nnd bright smile thnt wero tbo
snme for these tilled iiieinliers of tho
Spanish niiilmssiidoi-'s household ns for
the jrattag dangtltari of I western senator, who deinoonitlcnlly wnved their
bands to her frotn a doorstop.
Armltage enuie ngnln lo her mind.
He had called nt lhe Clnlborno house
twice since Ihe secrelury's ball, nnil she
bad been surprised to lliul how fully
she nceepted him ns nn Amerlcnn now
that he was on her own soil, lie derived, too, a certain slnhlllty from the
fact that the Sandersons knew hint;
he was1. Imleeil, nn entirely illlVerent
ftmt Hlnie Ihe Molilalia senalor del*
Inllely en eted him  witli an  .liner
lean landscape. She had kepi her own
counsel touching the MMM M the ilarla
deck of the King Kdwnnl, but II was
not a Ihlng llghlly lo be forgaittcu She
wns half angry with herself this mellow nflernooii lo Iind how persistently
Armltage came inlo her thoughts ami
how the knife thrust on lhe sleanier
deck kept recurring In her mind and
quickening her sympathy for a man
of whom she knew so Utile, utt she
touched her horse inipnllontly wilh lhc
crop and mie Into (he park al a gall
thnt rousitl the groom to attention.
At a bend of llie road Chauvenet nnd
Prnnzel, the ,'itlache, swung Into view.
MMM, and as they met t'huuveiiel
turned his horse and rode beside her.
"All, these American nlrs! This
spring! Is II mil good to he alive, Miss
Claiborne';"
"It ls all of thnt!" tbc replied. It
seemed lo her thnt Ihe day had not
needed Chauvenel's praise.
"I had hoped lo see you laler at the
IValllngford lea," he continued.
"No tea* for me on a day like this!
The thought of being Indoors Is tragic."
She wished lhat he would leave her,
for she had ridden out Into the spring
sunshine to be alone. lie somehow
did not ntSU lo advantage In his
riding coat-hls belongings were too
perfect She had really enjoyed his
talk wheu Ihey had met boa1 and there
abroad, bill she was In no mood for
hliu now, nud she wondered what he
had lost hy the transfer to America
Ile ran on airily In French, speaking
of the rush of great and small social
affairs that marked the cud at the sea
ton.
"Poor F'auncl Is Indeed trlsto. He
Is inking (hc death of Johaim Wilhelm
quite hard, llul hero In America (he
death of au emperor seems less lm
portaut. A king or a peasant, wti.it
doe* It matter'.-"
"Better ask the robin In yonder bud
ding chestnut tree, monsieur. This Is
uot on hour for hard questions!"
"Ah, you aro very cruel! Vou drive
me back to poor, melancholy Kraujiel
who Is Indeed a funeral In himself"
"Thnt Is very snd, monsieur," and
•be smiled nt him with mischief lu her
eyes. "My heart goes out to any one
who ls left to mourn—alone."
Ue gathered bl* rein* and drew up
bis horse, lifting bis hat with a perfect
gesture.
"There are ladder blows thnn losing
one'* sovereign, inndi'iuolsdle!" mnl he
shook Ids bared head mournfully and
rode back to (lud his friend.
Sho sought now her fnvorlie bridle
path*, and her heart wns light wilh
the sweetness and pence of the spring
a* the hen ril the rush and splash o!
the creek, snw thc Hash of wings nm!
felt the mystery of awakened life
throbbing about her. Tlie heart of a
girl ln spring Is Ihe home of iln-nn;-
nnd Shirley* heart overflowed willi
them uniil her pulse Ihrllled ninl Mtfl
In quickening (MM10,
The groom marveled nt the sudden
changes of gait, the gallops that Ml
abruptly to a walk with the allerna
tlous of iuihiiI In lhe girl's liearl. lhc
pauses that marl.eil n moment of mod
llntlon ns sho watcind *ome green
curving bank or a plunge of (he mad
Utile creek that sent a glory of spra)
whltely lulo lhe sunlight It grew laic,
and the shadows of waning iiflonmnn
crept through (he park. The crowd
had hurried home to oscn]>o thc chill of
the spring dusk, Intt she llngerd M
reluctant lo lenve, and presently lell
her horse with tin' groom that she
might walk alone Iwsldethc creek In a
place lhat was beautifully wild. About
quickly and clasped her riding crop
Mglilly Some one hnd paused at the
farllicr adga of the maple brake and
dlsinoiinli'il. as she had, for n more In*
tlinntc enjoyment of tha plnco. II was
John Anniiage, tapping his riding boot
Idly wilh his crop as hc leaned against
a tree nml viewed the miniature valley
Ile was n Illtle below her, so that
she saw him quite distinctly and
e.'iuglit a glimpse of his horse pawing,
wiili arched neck, in tha bridle path
behind him.' She had no wish to meet
him there and liu-neil to steal back to
her bOM when a movement In Ihe
inai'les bclai-.i caught her eye. She
paused, fascinated and iiliinniil by the
caution* stir of ihe undergrowth.
Tba air was p.'ifivtly quiet; (he dis
turbnnce was not caused by lhe wind
The Iellow fiat, Aran,.it, ulh r hllll.
"There an wtitw  Mow* ttm  lodng
Oftl'l «U*IXTCl0*a."
Ur lay a narrow atrip of young maples, and beyoud this the wide park
rond wound nt tbe foot of a steep
wooded cliff. The place was perfectly
quiet save for the splnsh.and babble of
the creek.
Several minutes pained. Once (be
board her groom jpeak to tbe hone*,
though she could not ace 1dm. but the
•'har f llie place held her. She railed
her en*, from the tiiiuMhig water before lier ami looked oft through tbo
iiui|i'c Iniigle    Then  slu, drew  back
Thc dark form rose anil poked for a
sprlti,).
Then thc head and shoulders of a man
were disclosed ns be crouched on
bunds nnd knees, watching Armltnge
His small head and big body as he
crept forward suggested to Shirley
sonic fantastic monster of legend, and
Inr heart beal f::st with terror as n
knife Hashed In bis hand. Ile moved
more rapidly toward the silent llgure
iiy the tree, and siill Shirley watched
wide cvi'il, her Hl-iiic tense nud (rem
lilin*.-. the hand that held lhc crop hall
raised In her lips, while llie dark form
ruse and poised for a spring.
Then she cried out, her voice ringing
clear and high across (he liltle vale
and sounding back from the clllt:
"Oh, oh!" Aud Armltage leaped for
ward and lurnod. Ills crop fell first
upon the raised
baud. I,n.'i ling
Ibe knife far In
to the trees.tlnn
upon the face
and shoulders ol
tin* Sen lan. I'.u*
fell ov turned
und lad through
Ihe maple tan
glclnnitagcall
cr him, and Shir
ley r.ln back lo
ward the bridge
I here she had
left lier groom
and met blm
halfway, hurry
Ing toward lier.
•What   ls   It
ml**?       I'ld    laa'
^^^^^^^calir
"No; It was nothing, Thomn»-noth
j lug at all," and sho mounted nnd lum
eii Inward home.
ller heart was still pounding with
| escllivneii'. and she walked her horse
lo gain composure. Twice, In clrcum
stances iim-t lllllllll.il and dlsqiilctiii.-
she had witnessed nn attack on .lohn
Armilage by un unknown enemy She
recalled now a certain pathos of his
ligmc as she first saw blm leaning
againsl the Iree watching lhe lur
Indent lillle slream, ami she was Im
patient lo (lml how her sympathy went
out lo him. II made no difference who
John Armilage was; his etieiny was •
coward, and lhe horror of such a menace to a man's life appalled her. She
passed n mounted policeman, who recognized her and raiseil his hand in
salute, but the Idea of re|wrtlng the
strange affair In the strip of woodland
occurred lo her only to he dismissed
She felt that here was an ugly bu-i
ncss that was not within the grasp of
n park patrolman, and, moreover, John
Armltage was entitled to pursue bis
own course lu matters Ihal touched
his llfo so closely. The thought of
him reassured her. Ho wn* no simple
lioy to suffer such attack* to pass un
chiilleiigeal, aiiil so, dismissing hltn, she
raised her head nnd saw him gallop
forth from n In path nnd rein his borae
beside her.
"Miss Chilliornel"
The suppressed feeling In his tone
made the moment fenae, nml she snw
that his lips trembled. It was a ilttm
Hon that must have Its quick relief, so
•he sold Instantly In * mockery of hi*
own tone:
"Mr. Anniiage!" She laugh."!. "1
nm almost caught In Ihe dark. The
blandishments of spring have licgillled
me."
lie liHiked nt her with n quick scrutiny It did not seem possible Ihnt this
could lie the girl win hid oaOad tO
him lu warning scarce live minutes ba-
fore, but be knew It had l«een *he.
lie would hnve known her voice anywhere In the world. They rode silent
beside the cn-ok, which was like a
laughing companion seeking to mock
them Inlo a cheerier mood. At nn
opening Ihroiigh the hills (hey saw the
Westiin horizon aitlow In tint*of lein-
 looping lata gold and purple    Saie
for the riot of the brook the world was
lit peal..- She met Ills ei es for all In-
ftnnt. ..ml their gravity and the firm
lines In which his lips were set showed
llinl the shock of hi* encounter bad nut
j' i pissed.
(To be continued'
■11111,1 IOR
YOURS! If."
NORTH LONSDALE
ALEXANDER F. REILLY
Teacher ol
Artistic Pianoforte Playing
North Vancouver,   Saturdays
Studio Address, 939 Davie St. Phone R.5732.
SUMMER KNIT VESTS AT
MODERATE PRICES.
A oom'j'lete showing ol tin te garmenti in a
wide 1'.'' "I- nf styles iui tn bin for pn-wml time
■/•filing. Beit quality vein From lhe lead-
in;: makers, perfectly nuuli', ilmptd and lin-
iahed. The lust value* thai you fill liml
anywhere,   Note a few atylna:
At 13c—Fiat Ribbed Cotton Veati ia Lo* Neck,
Nn Sleeve01 Short Sleeve Subs finithed with tape.
Ai ije—Twelve attractive itj lei in line ribbed toiion
veal inaile with fancy or plain Mike--, iii limn rr short
slseve styles.
At 35c (3 for tl.00)—Fine ribbed cotton or Lisle
thread vests ill about ten diderrnt st> Us, Low Neck,
No Sleeve, Short Sleev* mil Long Sleeve*, muiii-
with fancy crocheted poke*, oihen trimmed with lace,
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
575 Granville Street.
Phone 3541
ARE YOL GOING TO BUILD ?
Come to us for the money ana repay it
to suit votirself
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAV B A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOTS POR SALE
JOHN  ALEXANDER 4, CO.
REAL  ESTATE   BROKERS
iai Lonadnle Avenue
SEE US  FOR
SASH      DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,      ETC, ETC
BURRARD VMI \ DOOR FACTOKY, foot of St. George
We ...iiiit :i trial i.iii un your Ordanimell .ir large
^nsm__mm~s~~_im_
ISPECI
FREIGHT BATES Hlsri.lMINA
lln\
I nf. >i tint 1 Km .11l1111111.il tu   the   Uur
nnby Iiiinui nf Trnili* ni iheir   rreein
aweting iiniii- that ihr Qua! *^"r
than are (barging doable height rata*
between   Vancouver aad   Bvmafajr  in
 i'.n 1-1.n in tb.- rata* charged  In*
Iwaen    Vaacoavei   aad W*ata*k U
Tlie bright ratal in Ihe blue
alleged t" be a eatSt i»'i 100 potted*
uIhIi- 111 tin- fiiiiin-i the rat* ii iaid \_
l<       '>       ,-lltK.
II. ('. 1. \/l 1 11
\|i|i.illi!lil.*lit-     1,1    U>   I I,mini
lm  lahing affidavit* in lia* Inn,,ml ili<
lllal :  tt. Iiul,..  li.  0.   --iiiiiii. C, lliil
ii   9,  ■).   ProWa**-*,   ul   IMI
liinmlil Berg*    .umi p. .1. 11, ii* - ..I
S.mili    \ iim-miM'r,    iiiiiI   Tlm-.    li.i
I I   ."-a all I It   Mill.
1 in .iij. 11 iini-nt i.f r*iu 1111,.11 i-1 ill
lag for iiiulli- For tlu etet lion »>f 1
-* hool  baOcNag  al  Erld em, B,  ' .,
111*1    lll-llllllll,,   ll.   C.
T.'inli'i   in*,. Invited lor th n-tni*
tiun nf mi addition in tin*   lii*
mart I
S. 1,1 I,*  1   in ii.n.*   |*|*:, iinin fm I,
Ulltl I        I'*   I'aal       -,tl      IU *!*t.  lllll l|       I lll'l,
 iiiii:    HI'"   ill'*   V,l, all,,* |i    IIU I      \
i*a*h 'in.ii lor a watei  *
I.II (tl lllllll* l.l   II
M iiiiiii
\,alia l*   I-   g|V»n   111    11 III allll   llll'l Rob-
la  nl   intention   to
<!'|a||a lillaall     fnl'      ||||.     Ill   .'l|...l  I
Hull     aaf    .1     . l,||||i||lll       I ll-lll.' t       ll'l.I
ii|*.<iiiii* 1 lui* < f 1 11l111.nl frum   Port
SimpwHi  in  Hoberl)   lulu*.
II. C, Itniii-liiril mnl   1 . A.   Rain*
fa.nl  liani*  rwlgned  f 1 <>im   III.*  linn   .if
Itiin-f.Hil .-a in, carrying on b 1
1     a, laa.l.--.il.-   in,.1. hums    1111    Water
■treet, \ ancouver,
Hia'       Hllll       Ol        lll'llll     ll ll"'
hardware     '.n'1   111 *"■ III*
*l*a*l '.illla,      I, ill      a,|    .    I
■Up,
llll     I'M II |i     I \H(ll!\'ll(l\   I'll.
I hr ii|,|ili, ation "f ili'* I n iia   I   1   ■
1 illon ''". under the na • tt it-*  v
of   I'**1'1   ' II   l" 11 11   1         1 lal-'
*k Irli   powei  i'l mi   mi   lhi   hud
-In, irli,. in. 1  neai  "■ I "h
granted bj th* watei * n et   i»nei *t
a 1   ami   plan    "f   lhe  pi
ideal «iih 1 *i
[iiiii.t anil -.1 innil  iini   1 l.i -
It*   1.11'   li.  doubled will bi  I '*
1 1     1           a    |>"   ll'l'     Km   lot
(■ai  lh* * "i* al ration   '»   '''
II Valll..I      III     la'lll  ' il,
ttnlih. PROGRESSING   IT I'lllll
\ln,ul   -i\l\   !.11111-   nre   al   wnrli    at
I'inl   Mann   ,i|a|>,.-n.*   \.n   IV,-linn 1
1,1.  Bevvnd nd**eQBta*aeti  havi Iw 1
let anal ,ailn*i- mil be awarded m ll
1HII-1*   ,,f   tin     (,,*\t    fill    llll'l,-.
mii. I'm mm
Then I* every proepwl for the 1
!ahli-hmi*nl "I a nail fa. tun mi |.n
I-l.nnl within ihi' |ir-'«,*nt year, (i
11.    I.alillaii.   fiiiinrilv    nf    llaniiliii
nm.,  Imt   now   11   ii-ii|,'iii   ,,f  V
u*   '     ler, it behind the profa 1 u
i*. BOW  liiiikiln;  lln* 11 -ai\   1111 ali-i*
llirlil-    fnl     ll Illllli'll* • lili'lll    iif    1*1*11
-Illla   UOU     H'llk.
SPECIAL PRICES
ON = =
STAPLE DRY GOODS
72 inch Bleached Shceling   25c
20c. Pillow Cases, price 15c
Tea Towelling, special      10c
Heavy Unbleached Tabic Linen 35c
58 inch Bleached Table Unen     40c
$ 1.50 White Bed Spreads, large size     $ 1.25
20c Linen Holland, special    15c
HEAVY REDUCTIONS ON ALL LINES OF SUMMER GOODS.
J. J. McALEECE
PHONE 93
Ki nh Hlock, Lonsdale Ave.
Nortii Vancouver
HEW I HR nil! ttii;i:i.i>s
Capt. •'. J. Hannah al lha *.   -
Boaatoc lm- dlacovered whal  hi   ■■
a m*»  ami vain.ib!.. li. 1*1 lot
tin*   a •*   *.f   mi. I ai   ll '■ *
i.": I    i in.I when f**
II* improved th* Iret opportuail) f. i
a trial M'Tiiilv utile procml!'--*  It
ii,i I   pari    I  .li*    I'bilniy  ami    I*' *
iiiiiiiii,*-  the Idea "f n *iinun
win*h nid.  navigation,   a* n depot
IUI,'    fl.llll    OU    tlllll'    Ilia lll'all-    »lli   h    i
iinllhl imi ba overloohad.
11 I.IN
Th third gold hrit-h hea lhi I
* lium. mh- bnaghl m h) 11|
Mi'l.lllil.-I   l., a-lil |\ .       ||.   Mighl
-1"     I'llUllll-     ,'l     ,-,     .11     |a,,l||'l        ,,f
which i- ih,* i.-nii i,f in,, imu.
"f   llrll    I.lllll,al,    ,,,.,.
i" \ln\l   n\/1 LTOS
I"  iniiv •  nul   In  im.**
the '|in*.iiiin in Baaaltea B, '    it th
iiii'ini'iit.    Sm. !•  r
llllll    thia    lli.l ||„.,l     (OKI,    wa-    lliil      '
I"' "li  thi' main  lm,* ,,| tl,,* 0. T. I
ih.' '|ii.'.ti.in ,,i Boring 'la
poration hai lnvn pnrnmnunt   m   ll
iniinla   uf  ih,,   ,,,„,, ,„,,!,!,      \,
I'll'   la,   llu*   nn,. *.
' Battel nf fa. t i- i ii ing .In*
ti'tnii'ii. i   that iii  ih,* 1*1    ri   Una
ahtWI   *n.* mm,*  than   lliiil* DM   in'li
viduala,  htU ami . ..rt>..i iii'.ii'
beehteei i„ ffandtna   aoa   iad    lhi [
< ai  th.. popal I'l '   '
*.|   hid	
'"  ■       'lal     fall        ||„     |,,„      ..'
P     'i""i-    i|„    |'„„l|,*   \ die)    righl
■Oi   'it "f Haariton,
^..jMj..J^..)M;a.Jaa*aa"Mj.."..*..*a.*a.*..*..J..".aJaajM*..'..*..*aa*aa*aa*aa'.a*aa^.|..J..Ja.*^J..*a.Ja^^
THE    LONSDALE    I'll AH.if.u)
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   I'H HI'S    . ..
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US A   TRIAL
NEA 7 ORDER.
OH   YOVE
I'll'O.XE   ia
f. S. THOMAS, T/im li    t
DRUGGIST    ;;
.{*♦->•>•>■■••:">*"•■"*•;•*:••;••:'"':''*:•♦•:••:":•♦•? i-^-i-'y\"y.-''.''yf>f-<r^<--if4A'H-9-t'4r<-
c
ONTENTED
USTOMEES
ARKY
ONVICTION
c
OURTKOUS
1VILITY
ONgUKRS
ONTRARINKSb
For  onion   and [wtato sells also flower   seeds   ol
best quality.
HALL'S GROCERY
PHONE 189
Cor. Bt. Oeorgi'i A 8th Btreet
N. VANCOUVER RIGHT
THE EXPRESS, NURTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Tcu8?,mDXADPSS9 North Vancouver's Annual Exhibition
fiirn-   iln* « mi    .nnl  il Il'i'i'ings   "I
current local advertising,
RATES
Single Insi rl. Ilk per Una
iim. ll.e,, Tv per line per iniertlon
line Monti , '■*   [tat  'in * pel' in-ei'linti
,',,,'  WaNVK)
ll Willi   A
       H.I. Is,*,*
ii  glaze  green
i ith (tt, E.   Ui
V, Willi Reliable unman lor ear*
o( , hilihiii al.nli ilm ng iha* alternoon,
-ipply, Mi-. Spilleshui-y, sih  itreet,
H \\ | I'll     \    ,  a.   u.l* , Ml  al .'I
I, j,.ml  kin     « a * . I .-,,    \p
Ml-.     II       ll.     I   lli   .     llll*    llaalllil.ll.l,
\.iiiii Vai ii"* Sl
H i\ l I'll  lii-i   .In--   general    * i
mi. f.iniil.i ,.i il     Wag** t'Ati u
llli'lllli.    Kefer,',no-   leiplneil. Appl*
a J in u p.m., Mi-. Verner,   \ li
toria I'aiik. M
WANTED
HAM i:n  I,,  bm   .air, ,* tun-Hut-*
tppl]    K.   I..,   I'\pi*e--   Ulli,.'.
WANTED   l.auia    hens,   Apply,   Si
tieorge'l hospital,  Sixth llraal  iv,*-l.
I Iiiiiii neeille i\ in in wauls si'lliaj,
ineiiiliiiL' or * I irge ol rUldnn par!
day. Boi "ll". i tpre**, 'Hi
Vi WIM) I'..i ■ *, iiii. in in nnil ml,*,
LT'nnl linainl anil iiuiiii where there uiv
ao children or othei bn infer*, Stat*
i. nn-,   Boi .1. M., I   11,-** Offlce,
I have WM ouh toi  iv I  Ileal   I
i ile buy   in  Sorth   1        nver.   8tal*
a i i.-t location, price ,n,I deaprlption.
Mali,- A. I-:. tl„ Ivpi,..- mii,,*. Bt,
LOST
I.08T  Sainiiliiv evening betmaool
i  ■■ ni \.  \.  Bt*.nu  I   'iinin   mnl Iih
itreel on Lonsdale lv*,, a Bv* dollar
bill.   I'niiler pleii-e  nluiii   to  this of
li, .'.     Hew H.I. -Ut
FOR  SALE
i'ou sai i:  ippi,*,
Vi. I.. K..0I,*, I'ill'rnili
cheap  \|'|d  .
laal, ll.
Pull SALE ti i, -i.n*, ihe,.p
M'pK,   Si.    fi '*   l|...pnnl, Bfanh
itiaat »e-i.
I'nll    BALI    ' heap.    niMein     il a
Cornell    Imiiiinlow,    in i     cojBpfet**d,
|.|.l|.lnl      l*ai ution,        I'ii*.*,      13,8,111,
Tel Ills,     mui. I,    I'.uv   I,,    l.xpie.g   01
li.o. M
\-   the   Ulna    draWS   man    I"   lit*   all
iiiiiii exhibition ol taa Nortli \ ancoo
vm   Horticultural Society and  tern
ei .' Insi iinie which tulac. pln.e oil the
North Vancouver Exhibition   ground
mi Sepl. '.'tli nml  llllll, llie   iiil"ie*l   in
illis popular event imteaaaa,
Tl \ liil .it i.m ihi. year i- datig I
p. be ii iveonl breaker ind wiih ihi.
end in view* the committee liave it
ranged an eieeUanl prize list, the mer
it ,,f wlii. ti enn easily he appreciated
lroui  al  in-|n*. lion.
Tl vhiliiiiuii will open i" ihe pub-
lie ai 13 o'clock noon, 1*11 Rapt, '-'lli
nml lhe formal spaaing will bi in Utt
nature ol a promenade band  ooncerl
III th* elouille. nl s ,,-, |,„ I,, lln llii*
seeiind  ilnv    tha . Iiiiiii,*e-'   -polls   will
.* men*.*   iii the alternoon and   the
-how will conclude with i imi pah
lie   llllll*,*.
\- will I"- ten fiom lhe '-ui head
ing lliis ,-trliele tin   pri/,-   ne nol  all
pecuniary, bal many haad*o*M  tup*
uf worth will In* presented to the pr
lllllll, I* . spe* I  ll    .111. Illillll    iS       Call
lo I Ins- 2\i l.n lhe host colleetion •
applet f,,i which I pri** al s7..**ii
offered, ;il-" a colleetion "I plum
i pii e ,,i sin being offend loi tl
clan*. Similar excellent prizes aadct|
an* offered for prum . "ton* fun
boxes ni npple-, collection ol rarlo
inin ,  ii,.-i  <..ll.,inm nl India  di
liln I   f r * .111   ..III* i    Imll   .   ila   I     lll'l Is
e,* i ,..ll... iimi nf vegetable*, best co
let unn nf veeeiihle- distinct (roa oil
,*, inn, in* , lie i exhibit ol tolinge an
dowering plant*,
Special attention !■ called lo 11*
UW l.n which ai pii/e i- offered lor lh
beal kepi garden in the rity ol Norih
\ ancouver, no twtaldi help naplojui
and aba la da** 181, lh* largi
beat colla lion nl home Bad* bottle I
Iruit* and .i.nn* im which a silver l ll|
vhIuihI nl IK i   nli.nal.
The North Vancouver dtj band will
he iu attendance,
LOCAL ADS.
.lack I.nittet and N. I."iisd.ilc
Eldet Murray Cu. fire insiinme
We will buy ur ntkalft) your
Mined, ranges and household
■•oods lur s|iut iash. Turner's
n I.uiisd.ile Ave I'liutic i8|.
P. 0. Box 213.
DISSOLUTION   nl*'   PARTNERSHIP
\nliie     i-     li.leln      glv**     ihnt     lhe
pnrtiii'i-hip   Inlliern, slitting Ih.Iw.sii
lb nn    l.l.   In-   nml   I'a i. >   hitu.
II" ll    I    ' III      \t."'llt-,     11 ll"la-l    tlie     hllll
I   line   ,,f   ll**i,i<     I fl      ,V   I ,,..   lm.   t lal -
illeil
llll'     llllalei ||gnad     "ill     '"I.I   I   ■
i irry on  llu   b i in,* .  jn  ilu   prem! •
hiiherlo n*    i I,
Nnti,,   i-  fiiill.'*i   .!'• n  lh il   ilie nn
dereigaad will not  l»   respon*ihl* lor
i'i,    . v.  ntnl by
ll'l     I'.'.V       Kill*.'       111      a olille* t.Ill*
Willi     ilia Iial     llllll     nf      lll'l   l\       I   I,-     k
t   a,
in sin i  CIVM
ha-, i tan ■ llth, IWO.
DIS8011 riON   nl'   PARTN1 ItSllll'
mini i  i- in ui in <a\v.\ ihai
tl pai tnei hip   l*> ,* ■
lm bat-eaan mi 11 i; Mb.ill l,II,
Mm li. JAIE8 IIHUH 1 ind 11..- un
dmlftMd HII LIA! J AH I 9 lllllll,
a    leant   ll. il-1 s.  under  ile   i.*m mini**
"tt    tt      I,II Mill ll   |   ill."   nl
North  Vai 'I', in lh*  I'.*
r.i in ih Columbia, * ''*>
ill -aibeal  b)   Ill'll aa II	
ned   WII I MM    l\MI -  I IIH A
a*    *  lll'l      fllllll       'I   '        ll
Will   lii'i.  a'**      I **l *"i 111   ll
WALTER      «!', II I      III Mill I!     and
,i \mi - ifinin i. ie whon ill iM"
al   tin* old  Hun   will   In*  paid, 'nud    I"
wh..in nil outstanding iccounti dm
n, ii,,* * paid,
I  .i. I I HI I
North \ B, ''..
lufUd IMI
Ml.     II * ' .,*.*:      a       I,   -.
hoi   with  I'mi"' Rupart'i li I  lill
1 ' a       I,,     ||     11 I
ll,,,  ,i. Wiiiani i.'i.     "i    Ihal
'ill-      | lilt      is    Veil     pH'lili'      ■'!     ll"'!
iiti
Nl I  liUIIY ('(iMT.PA
I'he .'illlliiilln eln, 111 i- mil'le nf lln' f-
tabli-liinelit of another new dully, \<*
'.lillle,   llol i-l   anil  -mall fill it  bual
  iii llie eily.     The parti?* I.'liiml
the prnji" I nre Mi*s-rs. W. S. Viviaa
.unl II. Sunn. Tha forme* aai b**n In
tha eiiv bm a fen months lun lm- ail
i,*iul\ iiliinilieil himsell with m.iin
nn iv .iiunl -. iniaie e-|M- lully willi Si,
■ lohn's  . Inn  li.    lie hai-  ul-n  Ihh-ii a nn
nei ll.l     Willi     llll-   flllil    llll-llll-s      line,
having been employ**) by Mr.   tana
hi. fruit  um* h nn  loth -Ins'i.  \li.
II. Snow  hu- fm   -nine time ban "ian*
IL"'l     aif   Ml,     f,    K.      luik-i'll-    'I im
aiieli    ninl   i-   well   ami     liivni.dill
known, II,* li nl ** mcretary "f iln*
North Vnn*..umi  II*.iti,iiltiirnl   S,„i
.-lv.      The  new   pin In. is  hnve   in ipiil
ed luml it*un Mi. r. Larson on llth
itreet ami will open up foi bead***** ai
once. \ portion i.f tha grand* will
t.' glaaaad in lm- growing early torn
nin,'-, ele.. ami fnr liiiddinit-niit
plunt-. M,-.i- \ innn k Sn,,w will
aiinoiiiiii* then I'. O. Iln\ und tele
Illume inmilver Inter.
'     Sisler Teiv-ine. -i-lel   -upelii'l* nl Sl.
\i|,.u  line     -* hool     al    >•■' I" ll.   I1-   ' I.
wl,,, luu luen attending ihe Vancou
ver evhiliiieni in a a,i iion  wilh  lh*
Indian   ohildren'i   nhibil Irom
*l I     lal al    I".■ 1'"'
|ng   bei*   -lav   Iiele   -ll"   wal-   lile    gill   I
.if Si. I'mil'- ichool, Keith road,
QARDEN I'AKTV
A very pleasaiii tim* is eontemplat
ell  III   ll.illvbiiiii   ii.i    elouille   iiii. II lhe
l'i<--lc, i,*riuiis ,,i ihi .iiv iiill mingle
in niaiitliei* popular garden part) at
ilii- charming location, I'ouneillor
■ Inlin l.iiivsim wil' throw ii]'.*ii I'is
beautilul groundi fa"' lhe awommoda.
ii f  ihe guest    .ic! besides   will
provide every fn* llity I'm' a .m-eWul
ami •ajoyabta iinie* Iiiiiii- uill leave
ilie Waal Vancouver wharf in \ anu mi
ver near the Y \. Cit) Perriei 'I'l,
ait 7.3(1 uml pun iai,a, i*a being n nl"
•'**i ih.* return aai ihe | i niiere when
■he ,* art i- ,* u„!*i,!el.
AT Till    Hull I -
Xoiih Vancouver
I. rliiilill,*, Portland
P.  Illllhev,  Seal 11**
Mi.  ami Hr*, i;, W, Heagher,  Ban
I' ",    I'illifl'ltlill
I .   .1.    kiaUlUIII,   I il|aa     laaWU
Mi-s 0ille*pie, Vanoouver
II. Hilliurn
fl, E. Wllbui
laa. A, food
Mi . ttillus,
\.  f'oillitlL'
Mrs.   Ilemwiil lh
H. Sherl...*h
Ml-.    K,    Slille
Mr. nml Mr-.  II. Roger*
I'lllllae    ll.alel
Mi. iiiiiI Mrs, r. A. Black, TuwUl
Bay
Mi.  ami  Mr-.   II. 11.  lb lul.l,ui.  B«
Plan- Iseo
llieli  l'„n|e.   \-li* ro'T
II    a   Boyle
W. II. Boner, Everett, Waafc,
II. \\. Stuchej
i . il. I iiwl.v. Port Hood]
Mi.  and   Ira,  Maliiibiii.  New   tt.-l
I*'  Brown, Vaacoavii
W.   Mini in
' '        Hi	
\.  It.  tteb-ler
ll. W. dough
H,   \i,la,I,,1,1
BUILDER!
AND
UT'?
CONTRACTORS
jj_m\s*l~i--'*'v*n~mm.am—a'- -  -iwn-yn
WILL FIND IT TO
THEIR INTEREST to
Iniv tln-'i' 1 otils iind 1 lard-
warr here, writ-it- liiuh
11 ll a 111 y ttig n r siijirt'irn-,
hind  in  hand   willi   fair
|.|.'l-.	
Every Building Trade will find here every tool and implement required, and tlie pricei will lie lound eminently satisfactory.
We will appreciate a Irial order and you will appreciate
our goods.
paine & McMillan
The Pioneer I lardw.iiv
North Vancouver
I lie   lentil-     I..111 iiumelit    whi. ll      li e
pilllisl   nlf  -i,   -il -lully  nn   Milunlai
laat     lill     lile     enlilt     ill   I \-Ahleiln n*
Prirkmay win atraifid ibaoal in lu
entirety by  Mr. tt'. S. A'ivinn. al M
i      1 r i in   ml   Snow.      The    t ii
ment will lie iiiiilinil"d ni'Vl Siilurilin
uud llolli tlie -ilee-- L.-aillisl lust Sul
'nil'    it   is   ultOL'etlll'l   likely    thnl    lie
iiieiiibiiui' will l»' iiui'li larfar. The
|,i,,*,s,l- ut,* iitul'i-tooil in Ih* iii nu!
nl St. .luhn'. i Inin li boUdlag (uini.
Notice to Contractor!
MUI I IMI NDKRfl will In* n* *i "I
bl    llie   muli l-io I   lip   In I   p.m.    nil
I I, n   d u.   fcapt,   I-l,   I'.llll, (or 11n- ..III-
atiu. In.ii    nf   |   ,  ilnn    .ii lhe     il|t|.'l
le  k      '.f       lha      Iall'       ^t.ltlliel        "vt
'	
I'llUI    ,       !>• ill'    ll -     lllll    t'aallll    III allll
a        in  ■       i • ill    lh.     aath i    the
North Vim*.en*i rm  I'.* -,   I im
I'e.l,     \ ,111**11111*1.
\ i|,|io-ii tqual io tli, .milium ol ■">
p*l    ent. "i lh lal* I  I'ii'* by . fl -
•iii'ii cheque, mule payabta i" ll> ■
baa!.*   eomi'llllV     UUI-I    10 ' . >lll | IJlllX'     ell'll
lendei.
I .o,,..i tii nn* -ei .l.i iiiii i	
|K   ,l..|ite.l.
I. M. IHA III),
tt Muniiger.
Corporation of the Diitrict of
North Vancouver
si i OM)   *i' iiii\  S'ORTB   \Mi
HM I   hmi R I \|| \>lll\
Bi i!.*l   render* will In- r bed   hy
*       l|>    la*    Hl'lllll     ,1   II   ,   il      I
'* p iii   i*.i ilu* laying  "I
■ an.     fiulll     llie
lorth    I  lal''   ill   B,
I .   "-II    lo   Mo.,|iolo   I leek    ill   II.    I*.
III'.,  . .li lance .,i .'bm (eel or Ihere-
In.   In ncrordance with th* ipedlcl
l.l.aa       ',*   1»*      a*. ||    |||    ihi. Ill*
I    a
III'*   I..Ue   *    *.|      a'  -
a pled,
i"ll\ i; i OHOROVE,
lh  *n* i   I i*
Municipal Oili-e, ^"iili Vanoouver,
fecial
t^ts
ROYAL SUNUARD HOUR
$2.00 A SACK
As a Special OuYr ■
giving iw»y .1 - 11 int Imx ol
Wheat Pearls with MCh St) I
of llnur.
Hickman & Hood
Phont 1
Mi at l'ept Hj Groo 1 1
for. lonidale *»e. * Slh Sl.
Vv**«
lafao.',.-- J».li
rf? '
Several Coats
Of Paint
ol tin- Mdinary  kind  in
luller  lhan  "lie 01 livu ul OUI
sii|u nor limits.     I In ia - *
omv righl al the start.
Our Paints
Last Longer
nm. su tint's tcooomy it tbt
.ml ns •-,, ll    Tlu nexl painting
vmi iln, ai.  i* ii piintiind ■
your prudl K I
W. H. Stoney & Co.
117 Loudili       11
l»EAB0DY'8
RAILROAD
KING
11',' Ufa' sole l|*ntl here
PEABODYS'
UNION W
MADE I
jAcl
:^t5,
The  onlv    1    gnlacl      1    Af
that I'liiii S.I e.l-b •lull..I.I.e     I    \      *   i*.
,1 *    '•   ■■*,*
il tiny .1..  not  ni.et  i-i-i,    V^r^I--
entiolll.
I n   1 |*in-
All.l be I'mil iln I'd
Peabody'i Railroad  King
nl
GOODS
MA^UFACTUREO    *
IN-J (
Fur Suli. hj
CUMMING5
li.-i.t's Clothing,       Putniihingi,       SlnV   Ltdiw', ud
CIllKIlt n'i I'm  ts   111*1 Slim s.
NEXT TO BURNS' HBAT MARKKT
oft operate llie only pad-
tleil (lirillluie .Illd pine
ni ivmj; van in lhe cily. . .
N. V. Curtate Co.
7 I on-il.ili*   In
I'llllM • . Ill
NORTH   VANCOUVER
Horticultural Exhibition
SEPTEMBER 9th and 10th, 1910
■ QtjM l.uli Day at 12 O'clock N<«in.=
CHILDREN'S SPORTS   Afternoon Saturday, Sept 10th.
Priu Lilli. Kli , nwjr bf hid from thr Dirrdon
H. SNOW,
Sec'y Trraiurer
W. L KEENE,
l'i, a ,',-lit
■HHHf^HI 111111111111111 i 11 IfHtHHHHH
NOTICE!
Our Imsiness is now practically on n cash basis. This enables us to give our customers the
same high class (roods we have alwinS lmiiillul
at very much better prices than can be obtained
Iroin stores doing a credit trade.
Trv nn ortbr and compare quality ami price.
J. A. & n. McMillan
■ -tH-l-I"l-I"l-l-l"l-l-H~H~l~l~H-l-I->l~l-l-I-l"l-l-i-
•1-H-i-H-i
SLIGHTLY  USED
$600 HE1NTZMAN & CO. PIANO
IN PERFECT CONDITION
$375.00
North Vancouver Piano Co.
443 LONSDAH. AVE.
PHONE 114
NOTICE
II you want lo sell your Pi'o|>crly, fill in blank space and
Mail to
INKSTER & WARD
NORTII VANCOUVER
NAMK   	
ADDRESS    ,...	
LOI  BLOCK  D.I	

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