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VOLUME IV.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C., FRIDAY, JULY 26.1907.
NUMBER 23
A special meeting ol tlie city
council was held last Monday
night. There were present His
Worship Mayor Kealy, and Aldermen Crickmay, Smith,. Irwin,
Emery, Dick and Jordan.
There is a great amount of
business at present in hand, and
the council for some time will of
necessity haye to hold several
special meetings in order to catch
up with,the work.
A letter was, read from F. M.
Walsh, requesting permission to
run an amusement stand at the
foot of Chesterfield avenue Wednesday, the day of the butchers'
picnic.   The letter was filed.
Kilroy & Morgan wrote quoting
prices on policemen's raincoats.
Letter filed for reference.
J. C. Williams wrote asking for
a sidewalk on Keith road, between
Chesterfield and Mahon avenues,
and also drew,attention to the
need ol some street lamps being
placed in that locality. Referred
to the board ol works and lighting
committee to report on at the next
meetfcg,
W..E. Thompson wrote asking
to be made aware of the street
grade in front of his new block, on
Lonsdale avenue, between   First
and Second streets.   This brought
up the question of a permanent
grade being established on Lons;
dale avenue, and in consequence
the  engineer   was   requested   to
i make plans for a permanent grade,
I from the waterfront to t|ie north
\ side of Eighth street.
The question of terrace grading
\ Lonsdale avenue was discussed at
j some length. Alderman pick cqn*
landed lhat it was niost necessary,
I'hat the percentage ol drop from
jthe north to the south side ol a
Ihundred-loot cross street was
[some eight or nine feet, and this
I'.viu a great hardship ou heavy
lloads turning oil a cross itrcet on
■Lonsdale,, or pulling up Lonsdale,
Without having an opportunity of
(resting.
The other aldermen seemed in
favor of a straight grade in conformity wilh the lines ol. (he. B. C.
slectric Railway Company,   and,
alter a discussion wherein other
kit its were referred to as being
Similarly situated witli their streets
as North Vancouver, the matter
Ivas laid over till the engineer's
olans were .completed., ,
| The letter from the municipal
roiincil regarding the rate at which
|hc  city  offered  to  supply  Ihe
[Municipality with water was filed.
■riii- letter stated that they were
forming a water district and were
|it present unable to   make  any
lielinitc  arrangements   with   the
[•ily,
The Nortli Vancouver Land St
improvement Company's agreement to di natc to the city a park
lite and boulevard on cither side
If Cjueensbury avenue was gone
,1 to. The proposition provides
(nnt the park site of eight acres
i'ill bo north of Fifteenth street.
Illio two rowa ol t-io-foot lots,
Itclusive of the park site, on each
'ide of the avenue, north of the
Keith road to Nintcenth street,
'his will make a total width of
friveway of 346 feet. The land
riven for the boulevard amounts
L> 3} acres, and. far the park a
faction over eight, making a total
If over 41 '..crcs given by the
loin pany.
For this property thc city is only
'equired to keep the grounds in
1 pair and pay one-quarter ol the
f1 nt ol clewing, which will.amount
in the neighborhood of }8,000,
payable in fifty years at a nominal
rate, of interest. The offer was
conceded by the members of the
council to be a very liberal one, as
the present value ol the eight acres
alone for park purposes was far in
excess of what the whole will cost
the city without considering that
there is filly years in which to pay
the eight thousand dollars, the,
one-quarter ol the cost ol clearing.
Alderman Jordan gave notice of
motion to bring in a by-law at the
next regular meeting of the council
for the purpose of covering this
agreement and regulating the payment thereon,
Constable Brimacombe's duties
as fire warden were defined.
In cases where temporary street
grades are asked for by intending
builders, the engineer will prepare
two maps or plans, each of which
will be signed by the parties concerned.
'J The engineer was ins|rqcted, to
prapare a profile of the permanent
grade on Lonsdale avenut.  ,
Regarding the destruction of
Larson road bridge by fire, the
board of works was instructed to
report on the approximate coat of
repairing same.
Adjourned llll Thursday evening.
The city council held a ipecial
meeting last night in the city hall.
A iull council was present.
In opening his worship stated
that it was very essential to have
a ratepayers' meeting regarding
the proposed bridge across the
Second narrows. The larger the
deputation sent lo Victoria the
better it would be. , The Vancouver Board of Trade had been asked
to join the deputation, as had also
the conservative association. Mr.
Macpherson, M. P. P., had been
asked to arrange with the liberal
association to do likewise, also our
own board of trade. A meeting
should be called for—say next
Tuesday, to find out how our
people feel in the matter.
Alderman Emery- -I. think t|iat
the district municipality, should
join.in the.movement.
The mayor—We have no right.
But we could invite them to join
in with us to call the meeting.
Alderman Smith-*And, all interested in the building, oj the proposed bridgt*.
Alderman Jordan thought that
the. meeting should . bc held in
Larsou's.hall.
Alderman Irwin suggested that
the call , of the public • meeting
issued jointly by the city; district
and local board of trade.
It was resolved to hold the meeting on Tuesday evening.
City Solicitor Taylor wrote that
in view of the, special provisions
inserted in the act of 1906, there is
no difficulty for the city to aid in
the construction ol roads or trails
outside the city limits, thus cm-
powering the council to build Ihe
Grouse Mountain trail.
Alderman Dick asked if a motion
had not been passed granting an
appropriation (or this **vork ?
The mayor said no.
Alderman Irwin through! that
the city could send a few men up
to do this work,,
Alderman Jordan said the funds
were rather low.
Alderman Emery said the people
of Lynn Valley were building a
road to the canyon with private
subscriptions.
Alderman Irwin—But the subscriptions were given by outsiders.
Only about $100 were needed for
the Grouse .Mountain trail—say
the city paid hall, and private subscriptions be raised for thc remainder^ .    .
Alderman Dick said it  would
take a month's time for a man to
jdo the work.
On motion of Alderman Irwin
and Emery a grant of £*>5 was
made.
The mayor stated that as it had
been suggested that a petition
should be drawn up to be circulated regarding the building of the
proposed bridge across the Second
narrows, he had requested City
Solicitor Taylor to draw up the
document.
Alderman Dick thought that it
would cost something to circulate
it.
Alderman Smith said it would
be better to let it go rather than
have a small one.
Alderman Dick—It would cost
Ijoo to circulate it thoroughly. It
would cost (75 to circulate it in
Nprth Vancouver alone, ,
Alderman Jordan said that every,
one should be prepared to give up
a little time to the work.
Alderman Irwin—Has the Vancouver Board of Trade endorsed
the bridge,proposition ?
The mayor—Yes,
The mayor suggested that the
questional the ferry service should
be discussed in committee of the
whole.
Agreed to..
The mayor—What about the
permanent grades on Lonsdale
avenue ?
City Engineer Loutet said, that
there was no fixed grade so far as
the city were conctrned. That
Mr, Balmain had prep ared a pro
file of the grade whicn had been
accepted by the council. There
was really no authorized plan.
The Mayor—Then we are all in
the dark. Let's get all the information as soon as possible.
There will nothing be done on
Lonsdale avenue until this grade
question is settled.
The Engineer—No work.
The Mayor—Nothing.
Aid. Smith—What about moving the sidewalk on Lonsdale avenue, between First and Second
streets.
The Engineer—It would cost
about £30, exclusive of lowering
the water main.
The Mayor—Not one cent will
be spent until the permanent grade
is settled.
And the matter was dropped.
The engineer was asked to prepare a plan for the proposed waterworks reservoir.
Aid. Crickmay thought that in
making the grade on Lonsdale
avenue water mains and sewerage
should be considered.
The Mayor said that the sewer*
age should be in the alleys.
A long discussion llien followed
on the question of building sewers,
but nothing definite arrived al.
The local improvement by-law
was taken up and further discussed
at length. 1
MASS MEETING
To Discuss the Proposed
Second Narrows Bridge
to be held in
Larson's Pavilion
on
TUESDAY NIGNT, 8 P. M.
VANCOIVER CIIY COUNCIL HAS
BEEN INVITED
ALL WELCOME
Alex. Pringle and "Bob"
O'Connor, of the C. P. R. mail
service, spent a few happy, hours
al the picnic on Wednesday.
David Esson, the pioneer
lumberman of the Coast, took in
the butchers' picnic on Wednesday.
Capt, John McCarthy, ol Vancouver, an old-timer, spent tha
afternoon at the picnic on Wednesday. The captain prtdicts
great things for the Ambitious
City.
Complaints have been made
about lhe wagon which has been
left standing on Second street for
the past week. The owner should
see to it that it is removed so as
not to be in a dangerous place for
vehicular traffic.
At the recent examination for
entrance to the high school, Miss
Ruby Lill, a pupil ol thc North
Vancouver public school, was
successful, obtaining the very
creditable total ol 676 marks.
Mr.i, I.ill lias the hniiui of being
the first young lady Irom the city,
or from North Vancouver school,
to enter a high school.
Among the many real estate
transactions put through this week
in North Vancouver was the purchase ol three acres in Lot 593, at
the big canyon, by Dr. E. If. Drier,
of Vancouver, from Reeve W. II.
May. This is one of the moat
beautilul spots on Ihis side ol the
inlet, and went for a nice round
sum, Mr. May has held this section (or some years, and alio has
reserved a considerable portion ol
it to himself. It ia the intention
ol the doctor to establish a sanitarium and hotel there in the near
future.
Ninth slreet has been graded between St. Andrew's and Ridgcway
avenues.
A sidewalk has been put down
on Fifth street, betweeu St. Andrew's and St. David's avenuas.
" Pat" Conway, formerly mana
ger of the Hotel North Vancouver,
but now ol the Leland hotel,
Kamloops, was a visitor here
yesterday. He says that the Inland. Capital is in a flourishing
condition, and looks good to liim.
Of course "Pat" was always
optimistic,
The district council met Friday
night in the municipal office,
Reeve May presided, and the
councillors were all present. The
minutes of two former meetings
were adopted. Robert Gibson
wrote consenting to the widening
of Lonsdale avenue north, and
making application for a water
service. The letter was laid over
(or consideration.
Carl Narr asked to have a road
opened to give access to his place
in Lynn Valley. The board of
works were instructed to make
inquiries and report.
1 S. A, McDonald and thirty-six
others wrote asking to have a road
opened up on the south boundary
of 799; also to have Lonsdale
avenue extended to lot 880. Referred to the board of works to report on.
John Taylor wrote tendering
mOney due on blocks 17 to 22, in
dietrict lot 580. The reeve explained at length the circumstances in this case, and It was
resolved that the clerk be
authorized to accept the money
tendered,
Thos. Wi Magne was heard Regarding the late council's action in
expropriating eight acres of his
land for road purposes, where no
road was required. Referred lo
the board of works to report on.
A number of plans were considered and disposed of.
Regarding the widening of Lonsdale avenue through district lot
2026, the clerk was directed to
endeavor to arrange with Mr.
Green lor the purchase of the
necessary area of land from his
lots to enable this important improvement to be put through.
The wages bills were passed and
payment authorized.
Engineer Cameron reported regarding the work that was being
done, and also at some length regarding the works required on the
bridges crossing Capilano and
Lynn creeks. Referred to board
of works to have thc works so
recommended carried to completion.
Road Tax Collector Lailey's report of taxes collected was received and authority given to pay
his commission.
Resolved to call lor applications
lor the position ol road lax collector, to be in by the next regular
meeting ol the council.
There-venue by-law, 1907, fixing
the rate (or lhe year at fifteen
mills on the dollar ol land values
was finally passed.
It was resolved to instruct Mr.
Brownley, D. L. S., to prepare
plans and descriptions to enable
the council to make application to
the federtl government for the
street and frontages ol district lots
204, 193, i-i 1 and 1 , i
The road (oreiuan submitted a
list of tools required, and authority
was given to purchase them.
Correspondence with thc North
Vancouver city council regarding
lhe water supply for residents ol
Lynn Valley was considered. The
city council offered to supply the
district council with water in a
wholesale manner at ten cents per
cubic fool, according to meter
measurements. Thc council, however, find that tliey have no power
to enter into any such agreement,
ut offered to act as agents for the
ciiy council, who have ample
power given them by their incorporation act.
This suggestion was accepted.
Alter consideration the council resolved to take action to lorm water
districts where a supply is urgently
required to enable the necessities
of the people to bc met with.
Mr. Larson was heard as to
opening out the Keith road as far
as Eagle Harbor, at least sufficiently to allow pack horses to travel to
that point. Referred to board of
works with power to act, and it
was resolved that as many ai
possible of the council go over the
road on Friday next to inspect and
report on its condition and improvements needed.
The council then adjourned.
Boxing and Wrestling
On August 7, at Rrcreation
grounds here, under the auspices
of the North Vancouver Athletic
association, Aif. Lewis, ol the
North Vancouver Athletic Aisocia
tion will meet J. Ledwell, of Van.
couver Athletic club, in a four-
round bout. A wrestling match
for tha amateur championship of
British Columbia will be held also,
between R. Renshaw, of the North
Vancouver Athletic association,
and E. Baker, ol Greenwood.
Both men have started training.
Mr. Baker came to town two
weeks ago to start active work,
and Renshaw is also under Ihe
care of an instructor, This
promises to be an interesting
feature of the performance, it be-
ing for a championship and con-
tailed by a local man. J. Stewart
\vi)l referee the match. Preliminaries to these principal events
have been arranged.
At the Hotel Capilano
Mrs. Lewie West, New York City
Miss E. S. Rhodes, Philadelphia
Miss C. Comstock, South Orange
Master F. Comstock "
A. D. Morrell, San Francisco
Elizabeth Baker, "
D. S. Henderson, "
H. D. Bradley, Brandford, Pi.
A. Edwin Kenidge, Kobe, Japan
R. Phi.lipi Newport, Mon.
W. J. Young, " "
J. G. Kelly, Bute,      "
J. T. Devecei, Buffalo, N, Y.
Oma Walden, London, Ont.
R. C, Wheeler, "      "
Muriel Fugler, Japan
D. II. McMillan, Vermillie), Alia.
Mrs. Robl, Hockley,    Edmonton
Miss Clara Lauder, "
Mies LazeJle Blaybiry,       "
Mabel W.Dance, St. Thomas, Ont.
E. Treves and wile, Columbus, 0.
F. W, Bowes, Vancouver
II. M. Burwell,
Geo. Simson, junior, "
Geo. Simson, "
Rita Higgs, "
Miss D. Ii Harvey
Miss Hazel Kyle,
Mrs, John Kyle, "
Mr, and Mrs. I-'.B. Froit,     "
W, L. Crtigton, "
G. T. S. Mellie,
C. R. McLaughlin, wife and son,
Vancouver.
Maggie Philips, North Vancouver
Ruby Lill,
Real estate has advanced during
the week, particularly in Ihe west,
ern section of the city.
W, Moberley, D C.'s western
surveyor, paid tha city a viiit
yesterday. North Vancouver has
the greatest future of any coming
place in this proyince, he says,
because Burrard inlet is the but
port on the Pacific. Mr. Moberley
surveyed the C. 1'. R. line through
the mountaini lo the Coasl, and
what he does not know about good
•ownsite locations ll not worth
knowing, THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
Nortli Vancouver, B. C,
A Weekly  Newspaper,   Published hj
Tub Express Printing Company
BubBcripllun, f 1.00
United States nml roiolgn, f 1.60
Strictly In Advance
lodges complaint against these
alien offenders thc sooner will j
these depredations be stopped,
A Floating Mansion
list wm
MASS MEETING.
lt is t" I"- hoped th ii thero will
i . irgi turn oul ol .ill those in
terested in the pn [iosi i Inidj e
i • il- : 11 iid narrow! n
I icsd iy night, It is needli s lo
■" lhat upon the construe lion ol
ilns work depends the absolute
progress and i'i" i" ritj ol this
city. Transportation is tha' great
question ol lhe hour, and when ii
is taken inl i consideration that
the only ingress and gres ivi
h ive nt pn sent to Sorth Vain i u-
ver is by lerry, no one will gainsay that it is the bounded duly ol
every wi II wi ihci in lhe up ;
ing nl ihe i ily and distrii i ou tlu
u irth si le ol the inlet to attend
the mass meeting, Let there be a
grand rally and strong n lolutions
passi d ia' strengthen the ban li ol
the civia- deputation who will nu et
the government on Thursday,
The r. solutii i as | ed by the
city council last nielli is as follows :
•■ A publii meeting will I"' held
under lhe auspices ol lhe city and
ilisirn.t councils and the board "I
tradi 'ii North Vani ouver, to discuss in.itt. 11 pertaining to lhe joint
traffic lata: ' ri tin Si
narrows. I'he meeting will he
h 'lal prior in delegates going to
Victoria, an 1 als i loi the purpose
ol securing the p i ition (.1
citizens who may also propose
sending di legates then lo. The
nieetine, will 1" held at s o'clock,
Tuesday evening. All an n
quested to attend "
Tin; north shore ol the inlet
'■ms io In iiiii most attrai live
a amping resort this season, The
I ii.'," i rowd ol a am pi rs bus In on
in reased i onsidi i iblj Ihis year,
available space being almost
taken up willl the t'-nts.
I In new lodge ol Good Temp-
Ins, recently organizcil in this
city, is named " Ambitious Lodge,
No. 73," afler the Ambitions City.
Miss Smith, who lias been guest
ol In r cousin, Mis. \Y. |. Irwin,
I it lasl Saturday h- the Princess
\ ii toria (or her home al Los
\", a les, Cil.
|. G, Steai v, a recent arrival
from Crystal, Main., and who is
lie ' na -I ol his brother, A. R,
Steacy, ol this i ily. reports that
i' arly two thousand persons in
the neighborhood ol Crystal ami
along the Deloraine brain h are
preparing to conn West. Win n
Mi. Steacj came out he was one
nl two carloads ol others from the
lown ol Crystal, This looks as il
lhe Northwest would soon be
drained, but Mr, Steacy says that
there is such au influx from the
ild a mmm that foi every person
going out ol Manitoba two come
in. When asked as to his intentions of locating in North Vancouver, he said, " No, 1 have a
family ol young boys who wanl
situations, and the present conditions ol tin' lerry service here
settle my mind on that poinit."
Vancouver World.
The hay crop in the Squamish
Valley lliis season is reported to
be perlei t. The yield will average
I'ini tmis to the acre.
In the ran" for supremacy in
ships ami ship-building, Great
Britain is seldom anywhere but in
Ironl, and her reputation will uol
siiiler through the creation ol lhc
l.usii.mia: lhe great new Cunar-
iler, lo which lhe finishing tow hi -;
are now being put on the Clydi.
and whii h ii is hoped I" Iw c
read) lor sen by tho end ol tin
month.
S 'iii'" idea ol the huge dime i
sion. and perfei i appointmi nl ■ ol
this llu,iiur; town may be galhi nal
(rom the lollowing : Length, 7S5
livi ; gross tonnage, 3.1,5"";
■ pci al. 25 kuols; slate rooms, ti 11
and n half feet high ; 5,00 elei trie
lamps: 1,200 windows; windows
Ilka those nl a house; brass bed-
sleads; beds warmed by elec
uii ity ; ttirkish, vapor and medicated baths ; lilts, gynasilllll anal
nursery ; telephone in every 1 .al 11.
To make everything as little lilo
ihip and as much like a mansion
an gn at hotel has been the aim "I
the di ligni rs, .unl in lliis lh' \
have been wonderfully successful.
No uii'" would imagine as lh<\
wander from one state room t'i
another, or repose in lhe secluse
ol their private apartments lhat
they were on board ship.
Even the fires will In in ipi 11
grates, excepl in bad weather" the
windows will be shaped and cm
taineil as in a house on land, and
ihere are settees under the windows
that will inevitably recall to man;
ELDER,  MURRAY CO.
Vancouver (ddrns*,:
lid Richarda si.
Thom- 117.
villi Is for
QUICK SALE
A. SMITH & CO.
UNCI ION   BLOCK
NOHlil VANCOUVER.
Al.i. KINDS
WEEKLY LIST
Week Ending July l9Mi.
Nnrlh Vanttuvtr:
lain linn llUck
'Phone 37
DoBcrlfillOQ
I.nr^,' lirm-", pntiri'h new, ii'iir, wlinrl.
II.,ii.a' nil Kt'tlli rnnil, luclllu HOUllil en-ay liTlns.
j,oi ,111 i'11-t Hlroot, i'nsi oi Mninaii avoauo,
I'lll iii"llnwill)nri|,"' lilill'k
A very ilii'iii'ncroMiii-k In ilia* l.vnn Valloy Owner k Iiiii
KiiiI,
1,'iHi |ai>r 11H111II1  fur .Mllmil  lots.  Tli.'-e will  111-k,'  |ml
tlmilnriy good Banlont, Uio anil Ih'Ihk I",m  only
lim loll,
Id-.SIiW!    IS1AII
I Ilia LAST 1)1 Till; I lloST I'lllll'liKTY AT I'lllST PRICKS
PRICK  OP   LOTS,   $3'.'5|   CASH,  $1111
THR8K  PRICKS WONT last l.osu
Wines, Spirits, Beer
end
Temperance Drinks
Popular L'rices
J. P. rUKNER
LIQUOR MERCIIAN1 PHONE 392
1)70 Grnnvillo Street
NOTICE
1.PPI.ICATIO.N l-'OH l.i.iiiiilNii
llli.lll MU  WAV
Vnni'K is IIE11KIH UIVES I'UII*
■■'   SUAN1   to  Section   20,   ol  the
^_^_^_^_^_— • ."lan.l   let   A ml lit   Act,   IIKI7,
,   ,'oyager the window   seals   in by the undersiKiieil, wl.Mi ■»••»'»'**
' B ,,i 11 Special  I malar Ucensfy tliat He
" al,'ar old lioine " un.l, r-'''ii"l ini'"i i'l*. thirty ilnva'niter
01 course there are lifts, but un |sorvi...nu.lllrfl,,til.i.:nH<.n«,ftl.fBHOtico
li ss, lhe    passengei   particularly
NORTH UUJMfft HHT ft POWER 00., LTD.
Summer Time Table, u),)j
DYNAMITING FISH.
From time to time ri porl ■ n a" h
this office ol Japanese loggers on
thc Capilano using dynamite in
the creek to enable them lo pro
cure li-h. especially trout We
have, on several 011 isions, drawn
the attention ol the authorities to
the fact that these evil habit! arc
being resi rb 1 lo, and al 1111
fishing by some Indian . llu ugh
these columns, but there seems
to be an indillercm •■ on the part ol
the authorities to lake lhc m ttti 1
in hand.
This week mon  lyimniil
n 1  rl I, and 1 tent  with
mere  pie tin    editot
calleil upon li 1   pi game
ward.-n ami laid the I.a 1   before
him   layii a" I the (ai 1 that
fishing in lli   populai  tn am will
S'jou bc 1 th      "I thi   past,   To
0"U   I  ■       " ' ,', ■  I.       Ill
foriiif'! ii at iln n an,' \ mien
a   l    III    iln
in iiti tl     provincial
■ •      .
Mr, V ;
llu
I,ia:  wi ic pi iei I, si       .1 ad
to take th 11
leps I    to]     .' 'n prai ticca, 1   1
explained tandi      in llu
.' |C      !'. !   .11
"
It will no doubt, be 1 urprising
1 porl "1 lo know that then is
l'i." tii .aai". ni pi ib ' in oi nllordcd I
trout) thro igh a I tingling ol
statui' , hetwi n the iwo govi rn
im nls.   The   pi a      overn*
un nt, in ordei lo li ivi these
anomaliei adjust. I. will bi re*
quired to maki a h sl 1 1 through
proiei nt mn, wlm h wil ■ - iitab
an appi al lo the npi e 1 ourl
but whii h the 1     ml lo
Salmon is reported to be
running good in Howe sound this
week.
Walter Bell, the popular C, 1'.
K. conductor, Revelstoke, spent a
lew happy hours with Iriends at the
butchers' picnic and barbecue on
Wi Inesday. He was delighted to
he iu the Ambitious City on such
.111 auspicious occassion.
Tm I-. Exi'RF.ss has received sunn
Iini samples ol the English bottle
gooseberry, some red and others
linen, from J. M. Duval, ol l.ynn
Valley. They were grown lliis
year from plains he imported Irom
vonthire last year.
wants exercise he can get all h
wants i" r the telephone, which is
installed in every cabin. I le c 111
hr switched on to the purser or the
barber, the wine merchant or .the
newspaper shop. In the event ol
a robbery in his cabin, or in the
card room, he can even call up the
chief ol police, and having at
tended the court held by tin cnpi
tain, can se." the ofli nd( 1 committed lo lhc cells.
In the Lusitania there arc no
(ewer than 1,200 windows, while
5,i)oo electric lights will lighl her
rooms and corridors, Her population will number 3,150, ol whom
800 will comprise the crew. She
will have accommodation for 550
first-class pass, ngers, 510 second-
class, and 1,300 third-class.
•i      ; !
I hat something sliould be doiu,
• ■ l lone immediately, 1 • the witli
ol all true sportsmen, as well as
the community at  large,   and  lie"
,   ■ 1   inin    •■: ■ 1,'. in    ■ itizen
Now that we are a real live city,
why not have the streets wan.red
daily, and get a lew up-to-date
calls.
I h  pioneer C. P. K. conductor,
'■ Dan " Sinn ti, came ovei li iia
the Terminal City and attended I
the butchers' annual p 1 nit and
barbei ..- on Wednesday,
Showing tin growth ol 011 1 ity
■ '    a 1111 11 haul who  was
Iin ng al lei tl
Iti lip,      I' ' ognizi .1     two
a wlm    la rl     ! ' ■ 11     loillll 1
■ 1  i.i tin 11 firm in il 1  N
W     I      Lei    them    1 'lie,    we
 ■ them,
1. Reda, .I the I'alai II ; I,
■ a li fm \ ii toria 1". yestcrda i
boat, Mr. Reda lost several build-
an- 1 by I-' ','lay's In.', bul tin 1
'. ia ■■ '"il insured,
Mr. Will.H-, a viia ran bl the'
South African i ampaign, has de-
ninl 10 build on his acreage
;■ . near tbc I'iist 1 anyon,
on lhc Capilano, Also Kev, Mi
(iii'T will Im ate there, providing
,1 ia 1 1 ■  .ap, ued up,
Mi I. il Ii ,. I'i Ci ■ ti il I'ill,,
wa,. ■ iln ' ii. (a lords
Mi. and Mrs. A, Carsi alien, ol
Seatth wenl up lo lhe Capilano
lam ,'esti relay morning, I hey
will spend a lew days hero belore
returning lo the Queen City.
R, P, Pettipiece anal Family, ol
Vancouver, with his mother, Mrs.
M, Pctlipiece, ol Revelstoke,
spent this afternoon picnicking on
this side of the inlet. Mrs. Petti-
pii > -." enior, is charmed with the
place.
1" apply I" III."  ( llirf  llnl I-i..11.T ul
.un.l- iiiiiI IViirk* Im ' ill nrlty lo con*
Inui rliiili'-, lliun,-. and ri'ii'l- ..r nlln-r
i-nrlis Inr Ri'tliim "ill liiiil»*l 1 r..n 1 lhc
liniilHcnVcri'il In 11 licence held l.y tliu
applicant, across and ujion the.lollrj^ing
!.inal-, imnii'lj ■
All and aiiiKulaf, ihal certain parcel
or tract ol laud and premiaes, -ilnnto,
lying anil heiiiK In ll-e I'rovinee ul
llritisli Columbia, in tbo District "i Sea
Westminster, licini! composed of 11 pur*
llllll aai   l.a.l '.'il", llllli  lllii.li  llllll   III'  r.'
iiarticiilarly known nud deHirlbcd ua'l
tollmen, il.nl It to any: Heglruiilig at ;i
I'uiiil .111 ih", n.arlli houudiiry ul lllock
sis III] iii snld l,"i ISI", aald point lio*
iii|* distant li.50 chiiiim (rom the north*
neat corner of -ai'l black c. llienco south
!'.' min. ui leu. ivosl 11I011R thu centre line
if the proposed l.'.a.-nini; llnilivnv Right*
nf-waj H.-'O chains! llu nco Boiitti 17 tH~,
am min. ivesl nlong ila.' -ai'l .■. litre lino
;; 26 chains; thencn south 211 dog, uu
min. west aiong tho -ni'i centre lino '.'•
a8S cliiiins; thence south IB deg, 49 min.
ivosl along thc sniil centre line it.:'.,*i
chains; thence south 18 deg ;lil min.
weal along iln- said •■.■ntr.- line i.iKi
chains t" Iho beginning ..I a curve;
thenco on a I0*dcgreo curve u. llio right
along tho said centre line 1.51 chains,
more or less, to llio northerly shore ol
Burrard Inlet, having a uniform width
of 30 links on each lidu '.( sni.l contro
Iin.-, excepting tlioso parts Included
within tlio boundaries..(tha Keith ruad
and the registered road lying along the
suiiili boundary el sai.! block 0,
Dated lids nh day ol Jtifv, A, I>.,
1007,
Mi X.iui-I'i: 1-1:11 l.c-iiuai Co,, I,in.
By Iti Solicitors,
Martin, Craig A Bourne,
THE NEWLY-ERECTED STORE
Al the "V" Corner, Eighth and Eleventh Streets,
I onsdale Avenue,
Open on July 29th
WITHOUT L'AIF.
FOR VISIIORS AND PAI RONS
Groceries, Gents' Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Hardware.
GOOD GOODS Al RIGH1 PRICES,
BRUCE & D0DDS
LE'AVINI
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LA^L- BARGAINS
to lie sold at
WHOLESALE PRICES
•rim   u/ail'l     THOMPSON BLOCK,
LAKL   WULl L,   LONSDALE AVENIE.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
LOTS
70 \ 2 tO
$300
Closo to saw mill anil plank road;
ten ihinutca Irom car; only $300.
Also a lew I 4 acres lor $200 i
terms, i" , down, Jio per month.
1 louse to let, 6 rooms, all conveniences : splendid view. Also
one tor sale; $500 cash and iio
per month.
Two perfectly cleared lots on lonsdale Avenue
$900 each
WESTERN  CORPORATION,  LTD.
Capilano Eotel
CAPJ I-A NO   DAM
I .'crything in-w nml modern, allonlini; all the
hixiiries il ,1 metropolitan boitlery. Bleyition 500
leel above lea level. Ideally lituated Ior people
wislmii; nn cxhiliaraling climate, beautiful mountain
scenery and climbing, and good Ashing and shooting.
A lew hours Irom lite summit ol Mount Crown and
the Lions.
Tally-ho meets car connecting wilh 9:15 ferry,
al Hewicke avenue, returning between (1 and 7 p.m.,
calling nt the two canyons and the suspension bridge,
allowing time lor inspection.
KATES:   $2.s,u tn Syoo Per Day
KAMII.IKH   ANII    llltlll'I.AII
WI'KCIAI.   HATICH   TO
llllAHIlKIIH
DICKSON W. KELLS, Prop,
-I-i-I.KI-IIDNK  i"|J.  NORTH   VANCOUVICK.
THE EXPRESS, $1 PER YEAR THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
NORTH   VANCOUVER
LOT 373
STILL  THE   BEST   BUY
We have some lots left Ui this Original
Subdivision.   Call and see us, and
buy before they are all gone.
The Electric Tram runs
right through this property
It is bound to  be  an  important addition
in the near future
Easij Terms
For Prices and Maps, apply
I
I
44U-SEYMOUH   STREET
R. It HUH HOULOATB. MANAGER
hoys, ist, li, Thompson ; 2nd, W.
Drever.   Sack race, I St, W. Payne;
2nd, A. Woodruff,   Meat cutters,
ist, P.  Birch;   2nd,  R.   Bells.
Married ladies, isl, Mrs. Monro ;
The butchers'filth annual picnic I and, Mrs. Ferrieu. l-'ai men, ist,
d barbecue, held at the Larson R, Hells; ind, C. McKenzie,
rdens here, came to. a prosperous j Slaughter men, ist, S. Johnson;
rminatiotl with Wednesday.
The butchers are to he congratll-
. on the success ol the affair,
torn early morning till late at
Ight the (erry boats were crowded,
1 it was late in the evening
lien the tired but happy picnic-
trs wended their way home.
■Every butcher in Vancouver was
lore, along with mother, wile,
liter, sweetheart or family, and
1 grounds and pavilion presented
gay sight, thronged with happy
hrry-makers. The Mount Pleai-
It Military band furnished the
usic, and rendered all the latest
l.isii il airs.
I All the events had first and
cond prizes, for butchers only.
JTIic races stalled at 11 o'clock,
I the barbecue was served,  al
Inch thousands got their lill.
[The dance started in the alter*
(ion, and the pavilion was packed
the doors till alter midnight.
htnkhVs orchestra supplied the
hisic to the satisfaction ol all
lesent.
[The executive committee who so
|ly arranged affairs were :
Harry Craig, president ; Angus
laliam, treasurer; Percy Wat*
Jn, secretary. Fred Wright,
Irhecue manager. Judges—II.
|aig, C. McKenzie, F. M. Dills,
larters—J. Garner. P. Watson,
[Richie.
■Following arc the prize winners 1
■Girls under eight, ist, Ray In-
Lilian, second Ruby Marshall;
tysunder 8, ist, S. Goldberg,
id, \V. Ward, Girls under 12,
|i,  Hetty  Gougales;   2nd   B,
pvis. dirls under |6, ist, Miss
illy; and, Miss Thompson.
byi under 12, ist, T. Woodrull;
id, J. Davis. Boys under 16,
R, Ravy; A, Banhow.   Cart
2nd, R. Parker, lioss butchers,
ist, R, Hells; 2nd, C. McKenzie.
Open butchers, ist, R. l'aterson ;
2nd, P. Birch. Single ladies, ist,
Miss Glassford ; 2nd, Miss Simpson. Three-legged race, ist, P.
Birch; 2nd, F, Wright. Running
high jump, ist, C. McKenzie ;
and, R. Patterson. Pole vault,
1st, C. McKenzie; 2nd, |T.
Wright. Running broad jump,
ist, 1). Woods; 2nd, C. McKenzie. Standing broad jump,
ist, Scavie ; 2nd, P. llircll.
Football Club
A meeting was held in the
North Vancouver Athletic Club
room on July 14th, lor the purpose
ol electing ollicers to substantiate
the association lootball club,
which was organized B week ago.
The following gentlemen were
elected lo carry oul the duties ol
lhe club :
lion, president—His Worslrip
Mayor Kealy. Hon. vire-prcsi*
dents—Alderman Smith, Alderman
Irwin, A. B. Diplock, Esq.; Alder
man Dick, P.'Larson, Bat). ; J. J.
Woods, Esq, ; L, Reda, lisq. ;
Dr. Campbell, Eiq, ; Alderman
Jordan. President, W. B. Bunbury ; vice-president, W. Owen;
secretary-treasurer, F. Tarn ; captain, R. II Tarn ; vice-captain, ].
Drown.
Executive committee—W. Loutet, J. Threshie, W. Welsh, A.
Smith (junior), J. A. McBadger,
R. II. Tarn, F, Tarn. 1      «,
The club are negotiating lor a
gam.' with the Celtics, ol Vancouver, to bc played on the athletic
grounds on arbor day.
As we go to press it is reported
thai a Jap has been arrested (or
dynamiting lish in the Capilano.
The management ol the Palace
hotel have decided to build an
annex to the already line hostelry.
The ground has been cleared,
thus showing the evidence ol the
prosperity ol this hotel's growing
trade.
A. Abercromhie, ol Lillooet, a
pioneer butcher ol Vancouver, was
among the picnickers here on
Wednesday.
Thc peaches grown by Mrs.
Kickham will compare with any in
II. C. Nortli Vancouver, with ils
sunny slopes, must bc a good
locality lor Ihis magnificent fruit.
Miss Jennie Lnrrullicrs, Seattle,
is visiting Miss Manson and
Iriends, who arc camping wesl ol
the Capilano.
The appointment ol W. J.
Bowser, M. P. P. lor Vancouver,
to thc chiel commissioners hip,
gives the best of satisfaction to
both parlies. Mr, Bowser has
fought his way rtep by step, and
has well earned the honorable
position.
An editor is not nccetssrily a
ghoul because he unearths news
items that would ollu-rwisc hsvc
gone to the bone-yard ol obscurity.
1 The bush fires which have been
threatening »'.ic Lynn Valley Lum
lu-r Company's shingle mill, Rice
Lake, fof the past week, was got
under control last night. About
fifty men worked all day lik>
trojani, and accomplished their
purpose. Fortunately there Wil
no wind to contend against.
Trails arc bring opened lip to
the Lynn creek canyon. This is
one ol the most hcauiilul scenic
spots In the district. When the
work is completed tourists and
others will he enabled to make the
climb.
If the big lumber companies
would engage, say three or four
men to act as fire wardens, they
could be sworn in as constables by
the districts of Burnaby and North
and South Vancouver. Until the
time arrives when these districts
are cleared there will always be
bush fires in lhe summer,
M. J. Henry, the pioneer nursery
man, was a picnicker here on
Wednesday. He has just returned
from the interior, and states everything looks bright (or a good fruit
crop this year. He also adds that
he has already booked several
large orders for trees. People
after experiencing with imported
trees come to the conclusion that
the stock grown in this province
is climatized, and therefore thrive
and bear better fruit. This also
applies to small fruit.
Volume 1, number I, of the
Telegram, of Mannville, Alberta,
has reached this office. It is a
four-page, six-column paper, well
filled with the news ol Mannville
and surrounding country, It
says that "all topics of public
interest relating to the public good
ol the Dominion ol Canada in
general, and ol this province in
particular, will be set out and discussed in our columns." The
paper speaks volumes for the
town of Mannville, and if the
merchants and other advertisers
do not give lhe new venture a
liberal patronage they will be doing their own locality an injustice.
We wish the promoters of. the
paper every success in their no
small undertaking,
Thecontractors have commenced
wiring the telephone line to the
waterworks intake at Lynn creek.
A sidewalk has been laid on St.
Andrew's avenue, between Lonsdale avenue and Fourth street.
I). Maclennan has almost completed his contract ol grading
Sixth street, between Chcsteifield
and St. Andrew's avenues. It is a
thoroughly creditable job. -
The beautiful monument at
Brockton Point, Stanley Park
erected to the victims ol the wreck
ol the steamer Chehalis, which occurred a year ago, was richly
and tastefully Decorated with
flowers last Saturday by Mr. R. H
Bryce and party.
Bruce ix Dodds, tbe new grocery
firm, which has been expecting to
open business since July is,t but
through no fault ol theirs, will
open on Monday. These enter
prising gentlemen have been held
back through lack ol material and
other matters. They arc, however, now ready (or business and
carry a fine stock.
What might have been a most
.li .1 11.ms  lire  lor  the Western
Corporation occurred on Tuesday
when it started  in the  bush just
cast  ol   lhe  mill.     All   the   mill
hands turned out and su. led
in extinguishing the flames, It
may he added thai the mills are
well provided with apparatus for
putting out fires. There was no
damage done excepting in the
lorest.
m
rpilK COUNCIL INVITES APPLIOA-
1 TONS lor the position ol Road
Tax Collector, Applicants to state commission iliifired. Application!! to he in
before- the 2nd of August next.
Alex. Puii.ii',
C. M. C.
SEEDS,
TREES,
PLANTS
No Beodlesa Plums, No Pitless Apples
No Col>l-t« Corn—Just old reliable varieties ut reasonable prices. Fertilisers,
lieo .Supplies, Spray Pumps, Spraying
Material. Cut Flowers, etc. Oldest es-
tablisbi'il nursery on the mainland ol
British Columbia.   Catalogue Iree.
M.J.HENRY'S
NURSERIES AND SEEDHOUSES.
VANCOUVEI!, B. C.
P. S.—If your local merchants do not
handle my seeds, send direct. We prepay lifiy packed), assorted varieties el
garden Beeds in five cent papers (tested
stock) to your nearest postollice for $1 ;
twenty packets for 50 cents. Trial collection.
JAS. GRAHAME & CO.
Painters and Papirhanoers
Mural Decorators
Grainers    Glaziers    Signs
LONSDALE   AVENUE,
Opp. 13TH Street,
A. A. CROWSTON
GENERAL  BROKER,
.No NOTARY PUBLIC
Insurance:  In ill Its Broncho..
Mining    Placer ond Hydraulic
Timber:  Hardwood, Cedar and Fir.
Manager for the Commercial
Protective agency.
Office: Flrat St., E. of Lonedale Ave.
G. E. JORGENSEN
lllll  l„.|inrrr  and  B, ('. land  Sur.f.or
'I'llONE 28JH
Railway., Bridget, liVHer Poweri, Kitlnaiei'
Superlnleii.leiH'a ol (,'oinlrui'llou, Map, o*
Toirmllei, Plana ol Mining Claims, BlutptlQt
nl Silb.llvlaiolia.
sm Haitian St. w., • • VANCOUVER, 11. c.
LEARN TO SHOOT
Sport (or young and old.
New ritles; latest electric
targets
Fillicr's Gallery, Loni0:?i •;,.„„.
Rolled Oats
Flour
Hay and feed
Seeds
ALL ORDERS
DELIVERED
PA TRONIZE
the
BOARD OF TRADE
BARBER SHOP
Lonsdale Avenue,
near corner of First slreet
BA THS
CIGARS and TOBACCOS
BIRT
CAMPBELL
Prop.
TENDERS
TKMiKltl. 11 HI BUSHING I'OU*
j TION ..1 Dlllrlcl Lot (53, North
Vancouver, Bpaciflcitloni and particulars inrm It..1.1. Ward ■">■ Oo., limited,
nia iik'.-iii" i.i'iis.iiiii' eitate, corner of
llaatlnn and Homer -irt-<-n, Vanoouver, it. c.
Reo|)cned
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS
PATRONIZE
UNION
BARBER
G. it Hadley, Prop.
SHAW'S
PIOMER   DRV
GOODS STORE
Will nova tO larger and
inn.' .oiiu'iii.'iit pri'ini*.'",
on or about tlm
THIRD WEEK IN AUGUST
niiii n new and specially
■elected «i..ck, which «iil
leave nobody an excuao for
craning the Inlet. (Strictly
city price,
Cor. 2nd and
Lon.dalaAva,    -    N.VANCOUVER
SMOKE 11 n
TERMINUS CIGAR
CLEAR   HAVANA FILLED
ThoBrackman-Ker
Milling Co.
Limited.
Harry Mitchell, local manager,
Lonsdale Avenue.
Fine, healthy Tomato and
Cauliflower Planta, grown (rom
Sutton's Seeds, alwayi on hand.
In-
I  T. Morgan was a clerk in
Wall street banker's  flice, but he
inherited millions.
Job
Printing
We Do
Business Cards
Envelopes
Letterheads
Display Cards
Booklets
Statements
Billheads
Commercial Forms
Done
On Short Notice and
Satisfactorily THE EXPRESS, NORTH.VANCOUVER -• C.
I MAKE A SPECIATY OF
North Vancouver
HEAL ESTATE
I believe that Xorlh Vancouver has
tin immense future, and that there
. will bo more money made in land
hero than in anv other section in
British Columbia. 1 have LOTS
FOR SALE in all parts of the
Townsite, ii you liave LOTS TO
SELL, come to me, 1 will liml
you purchasers quickly.
S.G1NTZBURGER
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
161 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
Bank of British North America
0
ESTABLISHED   1036
NE ol the oldest banks doing business in
this country.
.11! Itriiiiclirs in Canada nml llie United Shies.
A general banking business transacted.
Money Orders Issued payable anywhere in
Canada, United States or Great Britain.
Drafts bought and sold,
Prompt attention given to collections.
Siiviims Hank Denartiueiit.-rDepositsoffr.oo
and   upwards  received,   Interest  paid  every
three months.
0ir.ee, Cor. Lonsdale Ave. and Esplanade, North Vancouver, B. C,
II. K. I Iu 1111, Manager.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Owing to change ol the lurry time schedule following will
obtain :
Fikst Street
Leaving Queensbury Avenue at 5:30 a.  111,, 6:30 a.  in.,  7:55
and nvc minutes to the hour until 10:55 p. m,
Leaving Keith Road and Forbes Avenue at 6;oo a. in.,
7:00, a. in., (1:25, and 55 minutes past thet hour
until 11.25 p. in.
I.iinsiiai.k Avi.mi
Cars will run every 20 minutes.
l__f'   All boats ar." met by the cars.
Hotel North Vancouver.
brand
Tourist
Resort
Up-to-date
Rates'.
S2.00 per
Day
and up
Special
Rates for
Families
and
Regular
Hoarders
terry Service I very Half Hour to und from This Hotel
to Vancouver. P. I arson, Prop.
Rainier Beer^>
[s 11 glorious buveragi—quenching and
satisfying. Remember there's no other
"jusi :i*i goocl'Vinsist on getting Rainier.
PACIFIC  BOTTLING  WORKS
Vancoiiver, B. C.
SUGAR
20 lbs for $1.00
Price -Mwayt Bight
J. Xa McMILLAN, Grocer
Subscribe lor The Express,
Tin; Express, by carrier, fli.oo
a year, in advance.
Found—A tame magpie. Owner
can have same by applying to W.
L, Krone, Fifteenth street.
PASTURE—For horses and catllc
at Seymour Creek, fenced and
plenty ol fresh water. Apply to
Chi."I Jim Harry, Seymour Creek.
For sale,—Two good driving
horses. Price, fun and H171).
Apply to IS. II. Balderston, care
ol J. Device, Second street W., or
to A. li. Balderston, 1589, Sixth
av.nue, Fairview
FoL'Nti.— Championship medal
Apply to T. McDonough, First
street.
Printers' ink is the road to lame
in business.   Try it.
City F.ngineer Loutet is at
present engaged on the work ol
getting out a new map ol the city
and district.
The veteran C. P. R- Engineer.
Sam Scott, took in Wednesday's
big barbecue and picnic.
The many friends.ol "Hob"
Urummond, the pioneer railway
njail clerk ol 13. C, were pleased
to see him at the butcher's picnic.
Mr. Drunimond had just left his
room after being there lot about
six weeks, as a result of the railway accident near Sumas a coupli
ol mon liis ago.
Miss Harvey, of Vancouver, is
now the envy of the Niimods a'
Capilano. On Wednesday she
captured a line specimen ol the
Rainbow trout, weighing ovor 15
pounds. The catch ivas made at
the dam. She saw the lish jump
out of the water on the apron of
the dam, and before it could get
into the stream again Miss Harvey
with great pluck landed her trout.
Mrs. J. A. McMillan has purchased three lots on Fifteenth
street, west of Lonsdale avenue, in
block 49. The sale was put
through by May & Burns, who also
sold one lot on the Keith road,
near Bewicke avenue, to Mr.
Woodhouse.
It is reported that a sawmill will
shortly be established near Point
Atkinson.
Albert Wentworth, of Tacoma,
was at the Palace yesterday. He
returned to thc U. S. today.
William Tytler, Seattlo and J.
D. Band, Spokane, were guests at
the Palace Hotel this week.
Cms.—The city can havo its
charter amended so as to prevent
hotels Irom being located on Lonsdale svenue, from the wharf to
Third street.
II Burns, manager lor P.
Burns & Company lor British
Columbia, was a picnicker here at
Wednesday's celebration. He
was surprised at the progress the
Ambitious City has made in so
short a time. With their usual
foresight this well-known lirm
were one ol the first to establish a
business hero.
(i. II. Hadley, ol the Dominion
hotel barber shop, at Vancouver,
will Open in tho Palace hotel
barber shop on Sunday morning
next. He comes well recommended.
The foundation, which is one ol
solid cement and logs, lor the proposed Bourd. 111 hotel, at the mouth
of the Capilano, has been completed. The building will be
rushed to completion as early as
possible, and will contain 24
rooms.
The sale ol the "Vancouver
Belle," the popular cigar manufactured by Leo Wilkc, was large
at the butchers' picnic.
McRae's sawmill is being run
night and day at its full capacity.
To the Investing Public:
MESSRS.
EVES & LAWSON
PROPRIETORS OF THE ,
NORTH    VANCOIIVER
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
*
Beg to announce Unit thoy will bo ploasod to list uny property you
may have to 1lisp1.su ol In this promising city. It your prices nre
right, we can soon Iind you a buyer. We nlso have 11 Splendid LIST
ol lirst-eliiss close-In Boslnesa nml Residential properties, and
acreage nt the right price, besides some tine lots and acreage (or
ambitious people ol moderate means. See us about these. We
enn make money for you, no matter il it be a small or large
amount that you wish to Invest.
Yours respectfully,
EVES & LAWSON
RUl ISRII BROKERS
IMIOSI 6
IOVSDU I. AVENUE,
NORTH VANCOIIVER, B. C.
F. W. TEMPLER & CO.
 for—	
GOOD   GOODS
-at
RIGHT   PRICES
EREE DELIVERY OF GOODS
An
1(1   t.i   lljlL
lourhl
Resort
Palace Hotel
Best Furnished Hotel on the Coast
RATtSl
I.SO *>er Dai*
and I p
Special Rates to I amities and Regular Boarder*
Half-hour ferry connection to and from
Vancouver. Hot and cold water in every
room.   Return  call   bells  in  every  room.
REDA & ANDRUSS, Proprietors
StCONI)  StRF.KT,
NORTH  VANCOUVER, B. C.
PROGRAM
1. Investments in Real Estate to  be  profitable
should include some of North Vancouver's
best lots and acreage.
2. A North Vancouver firm for North Vancou
ver investors.
3. Buy at headquarters of tho oldest incorporated
Real  Estate  Co,  with  chief   place   of
business in North Vancouver.
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO. Ltd.
Corner Lonsdale Ave, and Fifth St.
TEL. 15 NOKTIl VANCOUVER
REAL BOYS WANT
MANNISH
SHOES
SAME KIND AS  DADDY'S
An.l wo take particular cart to linen the kind thut ploaase them of
TOM CU,!', CHOCOLATE K11 >, ItoX and VEI.Vot'K C.M.l", GUN
METAL CALF, an.l a good range nl TAX CANVASS SHOES lor
1I1.. hot weather
PYKC'S SHOE STORE
516 HASTINGS STBEET W.
The Express, $1 Year
NOTICE.
NOTICE    IS    HEREBY    (ilVEN
■**" that thirty (layn niter date I intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner ol Lands ind Wurks lor permission Inr a special license, to cut and
carry away timber Irom the following
described land), situated in the Coast
district:
Commenciiig nt a post marked 0. H,
('., planted HO chains west of mitraiim to
Tcakonc Arm, tlionco 80 chains north,,
thence 80 chains west, thence SO chains
south, thence aloni* bench to point ol
commencement, containing G10 acres,
more or iess.
C. 11. Catis.
Auctioneers
Accountants,    Auditors    General
Commission Brokers
Real [Mate Agcnlr.
Tf.i.ki'Hoxb 112162
W. NICHOLSONUILEY
ARCHI1ECT
Temporary Office—F. Cudney'i
I'uint Shop, Esplanade.
North Vancouver, B. C.
Farrier-Sergeant Jainw lutes
CA.4RIA.aE   aUlLDIR OEHERAL  SMITH
HORSE  SHOEINO   A  SPECIALTY
UKGHNT  CASES  APPLY
Sixth Street render Street
Nortli Vancouver       Vancouver, It. C.
R. H. Tarn, Mgr,
Sixth Street,  NOKTIl  VANCOUVER
THE   SOCIAL
citPLOvitcNT orncr
'RHONE Sttl
Collection., Ha.i.e Renting, ek.
All Klnalaaai Help Supplied uii Sliort Nolle*;
II. William
Offices 20 Powell St,
VANCOUVER, 1). 0.
If you are going to BUILD
or do any ALTERATIONS
consult us and we will
save ypu MONEY.
Plan*, Etc.,   prepared  (or any
style house. Estimates furnished
BUILDERS     6th St., West
A. H. MACPHERSON. .
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
NORTH  VANCOUVER, *  * *   B. C.
Office fitting and stair building a
specialty. .
Office—Cornor Lonsdale and waterfront.  Tel. 3.
J. W, BALMAIN
CIVIL   UNOIN1C1CH
AND ARCHITECT
Plans, Quantities, Levels
Superintendence ol Construction
Fourth Street, Corner Lonsdah Ati,
NORTH VANQOUV(ER.
When you want
a job of Painting
or Paper Hanging
or Kalsomlning
done.   See
Hardy & Stoney
Sixth Street
NORTH   VANCOUVER.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
______        C0PVRI8HT8 Ic."
a.i. ntaa Rending 1 ikeleh And dei-.-i-.tlon maj
ouicklT iice-uln onr oplnl.au fiat »,!i-iher ib
y'omrounlcft-
ooPilontt
rn.ini1.in ii probib!j pjUfl,
tloni nrletlj "'iiillilentl-l.^ HAI
icn( free. (fldeil lienor for lecurmrftittenla.
Pitentl laken throur/h Munn h Co. I
We-al *."!(<-', willuiiii ol-ftrj*., In the
a-wtol imIIm, wlllimit, ohirtf*, In (S«
Scientific America
A hindinmelr llltutrtled weeklr. Until elr.
enlllLtn nf inr lelintlfle lournil. Ternii, t.i i
[inr; Inor tnonll.1,IL 80I'brill newa'ciletr.
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