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NoWH Vancouver, B.O., May 31, 1010
Number IU
School Board Meeting Commission of  Engineers Declare  in Favor I Pemberton Meadows
of Bench Grades
Messrs.   ,f. C. Williams   and
W. C.  Green  of  this  eity  re-
•     J"  »«' Council will Deal With Report in Special Session Thursday Evening Uumd, }■* J**l __£_* lrm\
il liiisniess was r- „ n        ■   -, \- •*>.. ■ weeks  trip through by trail
The   regular  uieeting   of   the
eity mIuioI hoard was held Friday evening last
important item oi business was      "      '"' ""7-\VZ '~*~" ZI",T"" _      -,__      ""•' """ 'la week's  trip through by
the consideration „[ tin- n,iii|ie- -+■ KePort ln ' he "P'"8 on r"*9 to   Pemberton Meadows.     Ex-
tilive plans for the new Khun I   cellent wt-allier was enjoyed cx-
liuililing mi upper Lmisdalc Ave.     The report nf the cnfeuissioii unsafe."   Continuing, he states u'In   (l,r   llu' lilsl   day   Ot   the
Tlitre uere ihree plans siilmiil-juf engineers eoiiipnsed nf K. H.  that  "Afteriarefulciilisiiler.il ,r'»l   when   the   wet   bushes a-
tt-d, lhe details ol each of which | Thompson   of   Seattle,   tt .   A   the grade of your streets,   ll huig lhc narrow trail had more
Clemml   ol   Vaniouver  alld ('.. undoubted    future  development _° ll" with marring that .lay's
S. Hanes nf North   Vancouver ol vour city aiiil the  probable
The Second Narrows
Bridge
Inasmuch as it appears   that
Yacht Club Race for
Cates' Cup
The   following   etiiries   li.-.u-
some  ratepayers are in   doubt I lieen received bv the Norih Van-
as to the- position of the gentle-.couver Yacht Club (or the nm
were very carefully cutisidiiid,
.ilic! which the Hoard adjourned to meet again Mnlldai even
illg.
The trustees Were till present
,il the idjourned uieeting last
evening and the plan of a building submitted bv Messrs. Hope
and Parker was accepted, Tbe
plan shows a central building ol
eight rooms with lull si/.i-il
basement.    The Inundations arc
nl concrete and the walls an- ol
brick and roughcast. The arrangement   ol   the    apartments
throughout the building (ollows
the latest and most approved
designs of the school buililijigs
now being erected in the large
cilies. The healing, lighting,
ventilation, means oi egre.-s,
etc., have all been n.osl t.ue
fully considered and elllhnilv
the latest work in sihool n n-
struction to date. The plan
showed likewise I complete dl
iign oi this building enlarged lo
one of sixteen looms by tin
erection of wings at each end
containing lour rooms each,
making a structure Ittficienii
large (or all future needs Ull
embodying ever) modern re*
uniremenl ol scnnol conitruc
lion.
Trashes Stcaix. McDowell
, and Horden were appointed ■
committee lo coaler with the
nu council with reference to
the proposition made by thc
owner* ol adjoining property ba
lhe nm tli   to open up a    slreel
through the block irom tana
dale lo Chcslcrlield.
The      resignation    oi     Mr,
Crowder   as assistant  ttas   n
reived and on motion, aecepteJ,
The t|iiestion of ncceaaan
changea in and addition! to if."
stall in viiw ol ihe incre sel
number oi teacfaera required ne
taiise "I the opening of two wm
schools, one at Vpp.r Lonsdale
and nni- in the easti-in lection
of the tit\ was disiussid ll
length and steps were   '.akin 10
provide lor the same
The secrelarv was instruct d
to arrange a conference between
tin- Hoard  and  the   architect
whose plans wt re accepted lor
the Upper I.ousdale lilli/ri-■*..
A letter Irom A. .1. lltmln
rendering in account .n.i iuu'-
ing to S;:o [or real ol ichool at
Moodvville was received and
laid   over   pending   further   in
formation,
relative to the fixing of per-1trend of travel to tin* tasl and
inaiieiil grades on all norlh and west streets as soon as the Sec-
soiilh streets Ironi the water tond Narrows Bridge has bi-t-n
front    to Rightb   aiul all   east creeled,   1   am of the    opinion
TO PRESERVE Till-: for-
ests
An   important   ste|i    toward
preaerving the forests of the
northwest Irom damaging lires
has been lakell In llie slate lile
w,minis ol Washington in ordering all locomotives to use
practical  spark  arresters.   Kail
mads failing  io comply wiih
ihis order will sic llieir engines
■topped    (rom    operating   In
slate    official!.     A   great   pel
cenl.ige rl lol'est lires ale slart
ed   bv   locomotive   sparks,   or
sparks   lruin   logging   engines.
The Iraliscotilinelilal lines have
generally shown a willingness
to lake proper prcialltiolis, but
even the big loads have been 0)
caaiolial ollenders and smaller
lines, Including many logging
roads, have never paid any attention to iln- law requiring
spark arresters. The W.is'ung
ton Kin- Association, organized
In timber onners to protect
the (uresis, brought the matter lo the allttltioll ol lhe slate
olhcen, ami the law will be
slrittl\ enforced. Other northwestern States will be asked to
coopetale   in   this plan in   lhe
uul wesl streets from Forbes
to St. David's in llus citv was
submitted to the city council at
llieir regular sitting last evening in the nature of individual
iepulis, iThe lull reports will
be published on Friday next).
They Were ill all agreed that
benching the north and south
streets at the intersections ol
the easl and west streets was
in the best interests of the citv,
commercially and otherwise
and lor all time. Engineer
Thompson's report went inlo
lhe subject exhaustively and
contained math valuable civic
information such as cottld unit
be obtained from the mature
knowledge of so experienced an
engineer,     lie advised benching
on a percentage not to exite
: per cent., while Engineer Clc
ment! advised that the svslein
which he was adopting in Van
11mur was on the basis ol T
per cent. Engineer llalles ton
curred explicitly with Engineer
Thompson's ieioitiiiiend.itions
Engineer Thompson says in
lhe opening paragraph of his
report thai "Inasmuch as I
have accepted an appointment
ou lllis commission with tbe
understanding that I gin* you
mv best judgment on the mat
it-is submitted In vniir honor
able body, I beg lo submit herewith, etc"
A lengthy list ol reaaonn are
enumerated and he states "For
these reasons I it*."limitnd thai
all streets be graded with
benched ililersetlions. II Norih
Vancouver  should  remain  for
all lillle to come merely  a sub
urban   village ol small  poplll.t
lion, dependent onlv upon len
cotniuunii.itioiisw   ith   Vancouver,   and ambition   to   possess
nothing better than good,    of
tlinaiy  country  roads, then   '
would   make   but   little   dillt-r
ciice how vour streets are gr.nl
id ; bul il nni hate faith in lhc
luture development nf vour dtj
faith  that il will  become  imi
only   ,in   attractive   residential
illsliitt, but a bllsi  hive nl   in-
diistii  ami all integral pari   nl
ihe great commercial nwtrop*
nlis n( the norlhwist, tlmi you
will lay I'lll vour east and west
thoroagfatarea with the best
possible gradient! and iln moat
idvaatageoua cron sections tn
accommodate the traffic which
will iiicittabli llnw aluilg Ihein.
that adopting the beaching sv
lent would be in lhe best interests oi vmir city."
The whnle matter was referred, practically withntit intn-
iiieiil, lo a special meeting
whkh will be held on Thursda v evening when the grade
ipieslinii will be definitely settled, in the meantime lha
clerk was instructed to have
struck ol) several copies of each
report for tin- convenience "I
iiic aldermen ; a'ao that a mil
topi be senl tn ilu B. C. Klectric Railway with the in-
liniatii.il that the Coinpanv
will   Ik-   given   a hearing   next
Tliiirsti.i, evening if Ihey desire
to submit   inv statements.
Tin- clerk u t - also directed
tn communicate with Mr. Reid
requesting aim i , gather all inform.itio.i and data possible it*
lative to regiitered gradea   or
other   inal Ins n lative   to   the
ileasure than did the rain
The trip into the Meadows
was madt' in twn davs from thl
[Unbar tamp of the Squamish
Lumber Company situated on
the trail near the St|iiamish
wagon road and -,i miles from
Pemberton. Along the route,
which was exceedingly rough in
places, the most beautilul
mountain scenery could be seen
including Si nicy Creek, where
the trail crosses a waste of nothing bin stones fnr nearly a
mile, the v hole area being al
least two miles in length. This
cruplinii is said to he caused
by llie bio king up of the intake of Stoney Creek far up in
the mountain! where it runs
nut nf a luge lake. The moiin-
l.iin is niiip" il ol loose nicks
antl these graduallv (all down
blocking the nutlet until tllc
Weight of water behind lone*
an nutlet and then is carried
bebile lhe rushing waters i
Mountain nl stones
Several pit tliiesi|iic lakes lit
passed along the trail including
Starvation   lake,   Daisv    lake,
subject in hand i'a****** Alta, Alder lake, Somiiii'l
Tiie lull   council WU   pre ent],'i,kt' '""1 V'U{" lakl'    The lai-
with Mamr Mav presiding.       |tl'r   ls   especially   scenic   on   a
Coiiiiiiuniiatiaaiis ittre read ll (Ual' llav «**■ lhl' surrounding
[ollowi : mountain! with their fringes of
A. Philip, C.M.C , wrote ad- sm,w  ia" 'll decerned   clearly
vising that'through'the Reeve's I l"irr"r,',1 '" ,,u *•» lakl' **!>
.ibseii.e ii wolild be impassible l'rs-   The grandeut sight   along
i.i iiiiiii the joint meeting be* « «tire route wu Green river
tween lln  two councils relative Itllllv     ~m  lhe   river plunges
to waterworhi matters.     He "vtT Uvo ,lroPs 7° al1(i '"' (,Tl
stated, however, lhat all ilietls
.nul conveyance! m tins connec*
tmn wen- living prepared I v
their solicitor .iliil wonld lit
luriieil our io lln* citv at tin
earliest  possible lllollit-nt.
The Norlh Vancouver Land
Co. wrote nllering the city J5
tires nf linsiil divided 1 anil in
I) I,. s|7 .uul :;i at tin- rate ul
vs..i an acre lt was agreed
thai the i num il met nil the
ground in a body next Uctlins
dav morning al B.30 o'doch.
i'ln in.nm read a cummuBt
cation innn a Casket Compaaj
which proposes opening a iac-
lorv on Hurrard Inlet lor the
manufacture ol caskets from 11.
I liinbei and lliev wished the
matter given as nuuli publicity
as possible
Tin-   lollowing   plan    wete
passed llbnk :), 1). I,. s|l and
Sis, and lols ), •*,, h, and 7, Ilk.
.'"«, l>* I,* MS.
The following financial reports   Were   read   and   passed
Finance, .'ui, ichool, Sbf-x.is;
police, 1347.5a ; board ol works,
|S ;   waterworks,   {330 ;   lire
Voll can arrange thcsi- grad- aid light, I35, l-xpenses of en-
i. nts [oltiiualelv at this tillk- gineeTa' coiniiiissioll 011 grades,
without but slight expense and K H, Thoiiipsiiii, Su'vl.S, and
thus fix forever a permanent' l.ngiiiei-r Clements ol Vantoii
basis Inr the (levi-lnpini-nt nl ver, htfi.
innr cilv. II vmi bx these Thc Imame miiiiiiillcc nimu
gtadiciils and t ross setlioiis   111 iiielidtd lint BOWM le given th
respectively. The action nl tll-.-
Water for thousands iif vears
has worn nut IWO spectacular
basins in the ban! granite and
into these lhe waler boils ami
[minis ill a seething mass, the
sprav reaching up a distance a
no bet,
A short distaiite of the liist
pari ol the joiirniv was laken
aboard the mirk train of the
Howe Sound and Northern railway which has almost completed lis seven miles of lugging
railroad up iln- Bqoaadah Vallev nearly to a junction   with
men who have been Incorporated as The Hurrard Tunnel and
Bridge Coinpanv in relerence to
the future uf tllc Cninpanv it
may be well to explain that
tha« gentlemen have all signed
a declaration that thei hold
llu- charter in trust fur the public interest and the provincial
giant is given mi the condition
that this is so. The different
municipalities who take shares
in that Coinpanv will tlu so in
the public interest and each
municipality will have one representative on the Hoard of Di
rectors. The Second Narrows
Bridge is to he fret- for trallic
and pedestrians, but railway
companies using it will all have
tu pa] tullages. If the incorporator! continue tu hold stuck
in   the  company   it   will be tn
provide enough capital for tha
wurk and insure its completion.
They have expressed their wil-
ingness to withdraw and allow
the municipalities lo hold the
whole stock.
We are glad to learn that all
the petitions issued bv the district for loans are being freely
signed and that the bylaws will
sunn be submitted to the rate-
pavers as a whole Inr tlieir
vutes The total auituint prn-
pnst-d mav seem large but each
part has its own purpose tn
serve and the resulting bent-tit
should be verv much larger.
tor boat race (or the Capt,
Cates' Cup which will be held
un Durrani Inlet un Sat11nl.it,
.lune 4th, Thev are : JJ-ftont
yacht "Limit" owned bv A \\
la Page ; sn-fuot yacht "lvlola '
owned by K. It. Deane ; 40 foot
vachl "Vsitlro" owned by W.
S. Hiiltar ; (o-foot yacht
"Vina1' untied bv P. Anderson ; ...N-foot "Bachelor" owned
by F. D. lluustun ; ih-funl
"Eleanor" owned by J, .1.
Woods; u-fo.it 'Kathleen N"
owned by J, B, llnllar, and 25-
foot "Gadabout" owned bv ,1.
B. Paine.
UNIVERSITY    COMMISSION'
ATTEND HEARING IN VICTORIA
Reeve McNaught and Engineer Cameron led yentarday alternoon fur Victoria where they
will attend the hearing uf the
appeal nf the pruprietnrs of
"Idle Wild" subdivision a-
gainst the council of the district of North Vancouver in
BOI passing llieir plans.      The
cue comei up today before the
executive council. The council's
position in the matter is alleged tn be that they prefer not to
take anv responsibility in lllc
passing ol these plans Tin-
plans lirst came to the attention ol the district council eai-
lv in February ol ilus year and
again    about    a   month   later
The loiiiinissioti appointed by
the provincial   government tn
select a site lur the provincial
university will visit
Victoria, May  to, to.io am ;
Nanaimo, May }).
Vancouver, June :, i, ), and
5, ,i p.m.
North Vancouver, .lune \, 11
a.m. ; New Westminster, lune
6 and 7. 3 p.m. ; Chilliwack,
June tu, 10.30 a.m.; Vernon,
June II, ] p.m. ; Nelsnn, June
lh, IO.30 a 111. ; Fernie, June
IS ; kevelstoke, June 10,
PRESENTATION
the Cheakaiiuis river.   The  stir- W|R.„   .|K.V   Wl.re  referred hack
vi\s ol this railroad have   been ,,„ iccount uf grades.     A   few
tarried right intu the Lillooet,
where lliev will muni-it with
ilinse of lhe B. C. Central. Tlu*
II S and \ Rv. Cn's suriev
ed line lulh-ws the west side of
the Chi-akauius in the summit
"f lhe mountain, an altitude Ol
I083 feel and Irnin then- it um
tunits on the west side ol the
summit lakes and down lhe
west side of Green River into Pembertoa lleadowa, tha
maximum grade of the whole
distance being less than two
per cent.
Pemberton Meadows is a ile
light lul level valley King pret
ty much easl and west, and i
.1 ionsci|ticnic cnjois the full
rays   d   lhe   sun   through   the
ant    other   wav   lhe lime   will lreaMir.-r\ "Hue ... employ   ..ip'1-^.   - *iv gluwh .s abnormal
come   whea yon will   change aniatant ... order to get the •i"'"'»'^ '■« " "ll1 «'•«■ "",1'1
them  al  great  expense.      It    is  tU BotiW OUI  bt   lull   ,J   Tin   ".Uic   *»P««d   l>"<-'>'">   «
easilv possible, at slight   ex- limitation fm leb.ncs was fined "u"'' vegeuoiea.
peine, in ilu* re-ndjuittnent   ol oa Bent, loth     The report w.is I   llu- toil is 1 vulcanic ash and vv t,.n 1 ea routi to their itablei
buildings,  in change  tandak paaaed i" futireh free from grit.
Ave   to conform to thii iya-   The hoard of worhi commit     rhe Lillooet river flowi down
tem,  and   llus should be   done ice  recommended   that   a lidc
few  weeks ago the coUUi.l  re
teivttl nolice that an ap,'e.il
ivollhl be made to ,li.- executive
council to have ih.- plans pass
wl and it is to uphold the dis
trie! s case that thc reeve and
engineer will attend the hear
ing. The engineer spent I-'ridai
and Saturday taking levels and
altitudes over llie propertv and
these (acts will In- submitted in
support of the district's contention.
RUNAWAY
The team attach.d lo lllc RO-
nn wagoa of f. Filion oi vaa
intivir, put up 1 slow exhibition
oi ,1 runaway yeateraay forenoon Thtt started soim-whcti
■ a. Fint street east of St
George'i Ave. and prm 1 filed "ti
,111 ttt)  lopi dotill lo the fern
A   surprise was tendered   the
retiring pastor, Rev. B. II. Bal
delst'iite n[ tin* Nnrlh Vallum
ver Melhudist church last
Thursday evening at the re-
si. leiiie oi Mr. Wm, Hraim, ird
street, when a number ol Iriends
met to wish him God spied as
he leaves (or his new held of la-
bur this week Alter a short
sneial time being spent Mastei
Otto Criiniiner presented Mr
Halilerstniie with an address
and a purse well lilled wi*1-
gnhl. The recipient was c
pletelv taken bv surprise but replied in a sincere manner,
thanking his friends fnr their
geiii-rnus gift. Refreshments
were served and shortly afterwards the assemblage dispersed. During his three years'
pastorate in ihis city Rev. Mi
Haldirsloiie lias made inanv
friends and his work in connection with the church has been
most cumiiu-ndable.
0. T. P. DEAI,
before   anv   more   permanent walk be comtructed mi  lowei
buildings an* erecled." Keith   and Mil street   cast   ol
Engineer     llalles    of     N'ollh l.-'lisdale   Ave.   if there was BO
Vaniouver  said : "1 am ol   the local   Improvement   work   doM
opinion thai the report, as pre- 08 l.nllsdale Ave   llus   season ;
pared bv   R   II   Thuinpst.n,   il'allO that lonsidcralioii be gin 11      PortlOU  "I   the   Valley    Ut
correct in everv detail, aad I to the application ol Memrn '  covered with a hanvy growth ol
siron.'iv    recommend A  McNair and .Tu Hay fori cotton    wood  with  an under
illsll
,1 Ila
thriiiigh   the valley and
lutes an irrigation dittfa
1 inal trcation.
The    .Meadows   are   about   -,"
miles in length by about  I1.
: miles in width
wood
lopted !„ sidewalk OB 6th street put brush of low hardai ind scat-
tlu- ...innil and stii.th adlnri.l their resident,s and that tht 'i' tcred throughout in BU)
to Then Nnrlh Vancnuver will ipiest nf .1. Wvlie (or the 10B placa are mnny patches ol Ue
forever have grades whkh will tinuatimi i.l loth strict be n cedar, The rest of the land is
be 1 credit to the til\  and   in (erred   to   Ihe   board o(   Works meadows covered with .1 scrub
conformity with iln-best tngin  with power to .nt   The report by growth ,.( hardai.
was a,Iniitiil
It has been reported by a re
preeeutativt of a arell   known
Vancouver legal hnu who alleg
es that he has been assured pos-
ilivclv bv .me of the parties
financially interested in the
Lonsdale estate that the propertv known as I). I,, ititi and
which has been repnrietl reptal-
edlv to have been purthased by
the Grand Trunk l'acilic for terminal \ards 111 Nm lh Vancouver, has been sold to Mr C M
Hays, president of the ('.. T. P.
in London about two weeks
ago The information is l.uk
mg a defiaitc aiinounu-iiient but
should this be the case the opinion is ventured ihat the denl
was a COenpany deal rather
than .1 private transaction nn
the part of Mr. Hays liiinse'.i,
for   the reason lhat 1).  L   2W1
a inuiil.it  ol amusing attempt! __]_  ,., ,„.,. Uu. ,m,v (w„   *,as
to   stnp the   hurses were made  ib,(.   |„lilUl,ns   „„    „,,     Sl,nh
but   were iinavai.liK until   "    Sh<.1.- lor railwav terminals
gale leading to the lerrv wharl;
Barred   further   progress awl       correspondence
they were brought to a   stand 	
still none the worse lor their is- j,;,),,,,,- p;xpress :
capade. -, _      .,,
1 Sir,   Allow
me   to  niggeit
^^~~~*a——*—*——^^~*amm   (|1|(   f  ,n.]nii,m.,^   ^,,1^,   l'alllal.l
large   holdings in the Meadows memorial be erected at the end
tt In.ii   indicates tlieir intent inn "I the new ferrv wharf designed
ecring practice
hope of saving many thouaand    Engineer    Clements     said i    The fire and lig
it
oi   lapping this valuable terri |'"' »   similar plan   to   lhat   ol
t,,r\ at snme future dale I Vancouver's    arch   at    Sealll.
\ t.tillable asset of lhe Rail   <l"rinK l,u' 'air*   The city   and
tt.,-   Coinpanv   is the   Green dtiMM could provide the moa
Lake    mines   situated   on   tin-'l> Yours tmh.
arc about  twenty-five senilis summit ol the  mountaia  just1 GEORGE hakti.iy
(nniiiitiic in the vallej at preaent, man? eul of Grua Lake.  The latest [forth Vancouver,
.1 whom  hue  been  ratrideati aiwa) from ihe ...ins is S.p> of|   Ha) n. 1910,
copper   to lhe ton.   It is   said
dollars   worth   ,■(   timber  eaeh I "Since the report "( the   Com-  recommended the pimliasi ol *. n
vear. ! mission of which 1 was .i iiii-in   combination     lire    hose     .md ihere Inr a nun.ber of veins.
           ,!„.,-   •„ jqo-l   advan.fluent   has 'chemical wagon al >:, |'o limn     Like   inanv other choi.i-   Kl
Th,* recenUy completed store beea made in itnet railway ea  aa Ontario lirm     The report tiou oi the province progreii lhe body oi nre availabk will recrivi again until the   bnt
and apartment   il.,t  on  First gineering, and it is too pond   wu iccMtad. U retarded oa accovnt rrfalach rivi   he fan,..,...Granby mhea, Friday ,,. September,
street,asl  of Sl   GcOTge'l   We    lile    bv    ll.e    use    ol    improved ,    Hil.iwNo    „,,, providi,!"   b ■ "I   |«l opal   . ..illsportatlon   I.., ill Pa- I-    rains nf horses are   COB   |
-J lies, principally railwav   con Iinually going and coming from    t.   Paterion hu itirted
that   Irnin   p-- senl   iiidit.itinns     Mrs   A. I,   Clement! will nol
the
_nd owned by W. F. Fowler, Ibrakei (magnetic traction, et, ' the changing and renaming
Will   be   OCCUDied  as a  gloterv   to   opeMte   electric   cars   wi'l'ithe streets in the citj   tO bun    MCMOM
store,   and the   Mock is   being  ,o„,p.,rative   safe.v   „n   grade*.      The   Howe   Sound   and   (for-'while development  work
pined mi the shelves todav.      iwhith were formerly considcrul1      .Continued i.n page I.)      .thern   Ry   Co. have ptttthued pemng.
the   iiiines   taking   in   supplies tuition ..| ,, house on h,*  latl
lv acquired propertv on i — 1 "
street  east  ol I III, ensblirv Am THE EXPRESS, NORTII VANCOUVER, B. C.
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JUNE THE MONTH
OF BRIDES
It ia here on,- more, the fragrant month ol
]unc tin* month ol roses, the month ul hridei,
The demind lor wedding preienti mid bridal
jeweller) will lie iiniiinilly bean tins month, but,
hiving mide ample preparation to nur: tin heavy
demind we ire satisfied Ihal none will lie diiap
pointed in not finding every and any desire in the
lim ol hridil gilts in .mr lirg - »nd itipi ri n itoi k.
Por suitable gifti. loi bride-nniidi, we suggest
tin lollowing Bracelets in Roman and rose gold,
Li i |i in it'1 Chains in cable, rope and plsin designs;
I', .ul ,ii..I I urquoisi   11  Pendants and Bn li hei
(i'-in-si i Na i kill el, I.m i>' ts, Bit Tins, Waist Sl 's*
and \* i k Chlini*
\ai bettei viltn * i .in he lound in Aim rici; bo
I" It.'i n i vie* i' ndi red,
HENRY BIRKS 6c SONS, LTD.
(i.i! and Silversmiths,
Cor. Hastings & Granville
  )■'■■ Trorey,
Mansions Ilireelnr
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itraar
PLAIN FACTS
FOR THE
HOUSEHOLDER
Now is (he time to thiol, ol I xing up
that borne of) mra, WE CAN HELP
IfOU WITH Sl",l..- I IONS. W,
arc practii al (-'limit in- and Cupel
.Men, and know bow a home ihould
be irringed. JUST RECEIVED A
Biq Shipment ol Iron an.l Brass Red-
sle-ids, Children's (nts, etc. Here ire
a It w prices!
Kn 11 Si/.-il lr.ui l'..*.l-:..i.|-, ll.-i "Reunion    alatlrrM IU.4H
18.60,M.J-.,a)*.0l),|560, ''ll.-liii'iri'" \l»'ir. --           t l.'.'i
iiii'l ii|i tii     1'iH'Kl k veryi,i.iiit.irialile.Msiir>.«i»,
VVain'ii Win* s|arnu;     ,. Ij.ail rotai .1 o( hair and (alt I
              -: vi I'.'ti'.n'r.'i' Mittm*          , S'A.tai
  ts ini      Cotton Toi I llotlmn Mnl-
 ,11,miu M-M "■'—■ A" Tick         .... thJOl
II
IS
(211 P.onsdale U..
ALEXANDER SMITH 6 CO.
NORTH   VANCOIYLR
LONSDALE AVENUE ESPLANADE
FIRS! STREET        BOULEVARD
AND D  L 265
Wi bave excluiive ule .1 the belt propertiei in the
ibove.   Call .md inquin *
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
11  Lonsdale Avenue
Phonea—Office 24      Houae 23      P.O. Box 50
LYNN VALLEY
Tin- curs are now running \ni<\ our new mb-di\ ieiun,
located aorou tlie itreel fruin tlm I,vnn Valley rtora,
A few lut- -'ill telling al tba original price.
Wa bave alao a remarkable Ana --iib-
diviiion, lieing on tha extension ol tin*
GRAND BOULEVARD
which we are offering now al reaaon*
aiil.' prices.
CAMPBELL & EVENSON
') Lon-tlale Aveaue, Phoae 155.
Fresh and
S.ill fish
^iil
P. BURNS & CO. has installed a Fish
department, seperate from their Meat department, and are prepared to fill all orders
for Fresh and Salt Fish promptly.
Phone I I
LONSDALE AVE. near FIRST ST.
A MODEL SCHOOLHOUSE
As Indicating the attention
which is being .niven to sehool-
hoiise construction and the
thought given to the health
and comfort "I the pupils, it is
interesting to i'"'1*' ll'e movement at present under way to
erect in lh. iit} ol Chicago a
school house which will he a
ni. .del iii its way, The features
,,i ilu- sell""1 "ill be a bathroom, kitchen, dining room,
ventilated cloak rooms, manual
training benchei In everv class
room and emergency esits (or
all rooms The "typical elm
room," ,is it is tailed, will be
"\ -j ii ni size, and will have
st,,ts [or i" pupils. Bach child
will have in additional si|iiaii
loot ol apace and io cable ieet
oi air more than is now avail
able  I",   tin   child  ol  the  aver
age classroom now conitrttcted
The seals it ill be in live Ions
of eight each, and iwo sides ol
the    room    will have    manual
training benchea with accommodation lor JO pupils al one
Uini*    The idea is lo have   one
clan ..I pupils reciting, wkil*
another ol M pupils is working
at tin- manual training benchea,
The cloak room will extend i
Imi-- the entire length of an
other side ..( the room, with
sufficient vertically lUdi&tj
doors thereto, so that all tlu-
pupils may get in the ilo.ik
room in lists. The blackboard
ol eaeh room will be of slate
and ni one piece,
The until.uin;; apparatus
will in- so conitrncted thai ihe
nir will be (oiietl Into the room
near thc ceiling and (..reed o-.u
ne.u llie door, passing thr iU-;h
llie ll laps "I lhe pupils, so thai
the] rendu i thorough airitv
Kvery room will have enter
gencj exits, wiih autonialii
locks, opening into the fire is
tape, or onto the ground, a.-
et inline to the location oi Ike
room.
We have a good list in 265.   A House and Lot on
17th for $2000.    Good Buys in 273 and 274.
A Good Lot on 4th Street for $3100.
BISSELL, BROWN & SNYDER
64 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
MAI\   OFFICE:—264  Hastings St.  t.,   near  Impress   Iheatre
THE GEM THEATRE
first street West
TIIK FINEST OF MOVING PICTURIS
Intire Chanqe of Programme Monday, Wednesday
and Friday
\\ e i .ni i tai 1.1,Ins md children, ind mure oui pitrooi
th it nothing offeniivi ot objectiooible will be shown.
Performance! at 7.30 ind B.43 p.m.
Saturday   Hatinet' .it   2.30  p.m.
DROWN INC.   IN   BQt'AMlSB
KIVKR
The iti w.ili rs oi lhe Sipl.i
ttiish river claimed another vic-
tini last Thuraday afternoon al
1.30 o'eloik. Mr. Amlv Grant,
a native ..( lYterl.oro, Ont.ri*
ami ouh recently employed as
a   In.. 1111 man by the Sipiannsh
Timber Co., uas ihe anbrtnfl
ate man
The detaili oi the sa.l iei 1
ileni  as told hv the foreman
who saw ilu all.iir, were as tol-
lmis; Grant ami three kllou
workmen a-cre ia 1 boat moving around al ihe trn mh ol the
river attending lo Ike duliea
connected with booming the
loga arhkh come doara arith the
.iiinni [rom miles above wbin
the litnlit 1 nun put tliein into
the river,    ln KMttC liialillir lhe
boat ii.ni.iiniii" the four men
t.mn in 10111.111 with 1  mag,
ami with the lorn- ol lhe last
moving   waters   it  was   inline
ili.u.ii   overturned   ind    Ike
four oiiiipaiiis were thrown inlo ihe river, ton of Qrant'i
companion! tlnn-; to tin- partly
sul,nuimiiI 'aoat while tin iiunl
caught tin- mag .mil heU oa ta
it, I.ui tin unfortunate man he-
itiK a good swimmer evident I
tkoUgkt he conld swim to   lln
boon ami itrack out. lit  had
gOM I.lll  a  l,w   taiils when   he
called   ..in     I  tan'l   make   it
C.001I llu*   Boyi," .nnl sank Ih
low  the iiinikt  surf.ue
Tin Inn man ind Coot .*! lh*
camp iiniiieili.iiih prottiiiil a
1 in... and after ilraoat mpremt
eiioits siinieiiui m naening tin
OtbeT thru- wlm wete all hit
e\h.iiisi,i| uini, lata m
The camp spi nt ihe I. st oi
the day and Pridaj trj lag l<
local! ('.inn s hnd) lun up to
lata Friday aft- moon an n   aa
11" '    sllll
Tin- provincial p..Ine wn. lm
Illlui    It    lln    tallies!    p-miihll
moment and lhi 1 ast is bod hi
Ihtll   li.ill.K
Din ,isii|  Has ..nil   in  lhe 1 III
ploy ol the 1 ompany (or ib i-l
a week preuoiis to iu*. death
I*r<.in whai  intie Informatioa
olitainahle   it   uas   laceruiued
thai    he   was  11'■ 11*.   Tiiirlioro,
om .ni",  .nul li.nl .1 brother in
Swiltwaler.    Man      Hi  aai   I
middle aged man ind rather
heavily built.
PUBLIC
NOTICE
Car Line
Developments
North
Vancouver    palace
  HOTEL
li.i ii-
TAKE NOTICE that a laige -_,„„   ,„,   „„,   u,,   I '.. ]   ■     >^'^ ^
i  ii .1 , i    i Specie] ratal to lam- |[       -__a^' ' T^jjf'*~
majoiity ol all that land situate in .£ ^,   ,,, ^^
District Lot 552, bounded by bo«d«i   ■   •   ■   ■
l
Bewick, lwenty-setond Avenues and South lo Kobson
Koad
Admission 10c
Children 5c
^.   ^99&tj£j_%±
Will Be Offered
For Sale Very
Shortly
lor further information apply to
REDA&ANLRUSS
PROPRIETORS
StcoNO SmtT.   -   ■   ■   •   NOKIII  VANCOUVER, B, C
Real Estate Drpaitmeni,
1
Succe«oia to
WRRDS Rl 110.
WINCH BUILDING.
l-'.I.KO
| att IW'lks  ale   hi
constnu I mii il Klk.., \\ •/   ||u.
svsteiil  will  he ill operation.   \t\
| few  tnOBtkl,
Mis    n     M. I.ennui   "I    ;m
street  hit   last  Satlll'l.t   i**i llie
III     I'Sp'.ll.l      la,      |     ||  ||..|   ,,,,
to   the    illeit     llial   l'i-  la
was icriouily ill
E. PALMER
Mi \l  AND IIH 11 k
CONTRACTOR
IIK-l   I   l»Sa   kill*'
Phone 170 PO Box 166
A Modern Range at a  Modest Price
THE "CHANCELLOR'
,*.-
It is iii.iile Ofl the most iip-to
a! it. plioi with spenal lea-
lun point*., one ol which is
DIVIDED   I*III*: STRIP
nhn h Biaki s li.ikmj;   I  real
pi. asiire.
Tins I, .iture preVI nts the
pouibility ol the bach ol
the oven betn| holier
than nearer the door,
which  is  the case with
most rang! t,
Let  ns ihon   ion  this  lillle
wrinkle,   It don'l ccm von
ant more in cash. Imt is
■until iiim h in reiuU*
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
Phone 58. 133 Lonsdale Avenue
North Vancoaver
Woodugrd
VI r supply SI OVI WOOD ,„,y
lenglh rei|uurd $2.73. per load-
Prompt drliM-ii
Phone 190 P.O. Box 136
LYNN     VALEY
l.nt ll, I'.lntk 2. li  I.   MM, I'ii"' 5175; lernis J75 cash,
balaace 1*15 quarterlj
Itlork 14. I'  I.   Wiy I'un* tifS- <50cash, balance
J10 per innnth.
Lots s ,|,„| .,. Hiiuk II, D.L .'04*    I'riee $700; terms $375
• uh, Isilaiii' 6 aad ll months
CITY
Lot 4, Him k 1I.7,  D.L  .'74      Price 1.5,000;   ti.ouiA iash.
Inland* b, 11 antl ll month-
~MAY 6 BURNS
Ileal Bltltl and Financial Anenis
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iHHtHHHMHM
NORTII VANCOUVER
Chesterfield Avenue
Fronting on Manon Avenue
"The Boulevard Extension" Jones Avenue and
  Adjacent otreets  ::
Subdivision of Blocks 203A, 213, 2I3A, 204,204A, 226A J
240 and 241, in District Lots 544 and 545
For Plan*. Price Lists and Particulars, apply
MAHON, McFARLAND b PROCTER, LTD.
;   Insurance Money to Loan   "
J f4+taHHHHttHtHH*H4+HHtHHtlHH*tH*HHf^4+HHH44HW4f Only four Days to Get
High class Clothing
for Less Than Wholesale Prices
The above is a strong statement, but truths are stubborn facts.   Had we only been permitted to have to price labels in each
suit we could prove to you beyond a doubt that every suit was priced for more than double the Closing Out Sale Price.
H^    FOR FOUR DAYS MORE AND FOUR   DAYS ONLY!!!
This astonishing opportunity is yours, so we have got to be up and doing.   Business is real business in earnest
here for the next 4 days, in fact we have got to tear things up by the roots and make a genuine clearance
SATURDAY, JUNE 4th
We give all fair warning to get their share of the spoil. READ A SAMPLE OF PRICE CUTS-
Men's Fine Imported Tweed Suits, hand tailored,   A Q K       Men's Very Stylish New Models, in single or double-breasted
reg. $22.50 and $25.00; Last closing out price   ^«^J Imported Tweed Suits.    Regular $30.00 <£ I K
Last Closing Out Price   W ■ ^
MEN'S OVERCOATS in all styles, Regular $25.00 and $30.00, Last Closing Out Price $12.50
The above is only a sample of the price cuts; also hundreds of other Suits and Overcoats, on sale, not mentioned in this ad.
Mrs. Foster's Closing Out Sale
333 Na,sfin^s Street W.
333 Hastings .Street W.
REALIZING WHAT'S  WHAT
Clll'KCH SERVICES
The I'niletl Slates is wakil*j Methodist thatch,  cuimr 6th
up tn lhe l.ul thai Canada   is .street and St. George'i avenue:
hilly uiinpeieiii tn .unserve lu- Services at 11 a.m. ami JJO
natural   resources   lor the   u-.c p.m.    Sunday School ami bible
other  own  people. Time   tt a, class 2.30 p.m.    Class meeting
when  popular  opinion  in    i-.e •„ _j__ Sundav.    I'rayer mcei-
rnited_ States tended to regard ine « p.m. Wednesday.' IfOflM!)
villi- Sunday school 11 a.m.
.1 aa.k Catuiik as a lieiu-r ol
iiood aiiil a drawer of water (or
I'm.li- Sam Hut uitain expressions o( opinion ol a contrary   soil   thai an   now cm
Usually croppiag up ia iln- Am*
ertcnn press shuii  llial  llus al
titude towards Canada is   la.t
l'aitor, Rev. H. H. Halderston
B.A.
Lynn Valley Institute IIa.ll:—
Services every Sunday morning at 11, and evening at 7 p.m.
Sl. John the Kvangclist, 8th
p.m. Sunday school 3.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday,
at 8 o'clock. I'astor: Rev. J.
D. Gillam, MA.
North Lonsdale Presbyterian
Church—Services in Exhibition
Hall every Sabbath, forenoon
at 11 o'clock, evening at ~ \u
o'cloch, Sahliath School ami
Bible Class, ifti-rioon at I.30
o'clock. Rtv. J. W. Mills, mis
sionary.
Furnished House
Wanted
giving way Here is l sample'1""1 -it" streets:-
from the editorial columns "i Holy comiuunioii, 8 a.m.;
the American Forestry .lour- morning prayer u a.m.; even-
nal : <ng prayer, 7.30 p.m.   Un the
"Canada   is   measuring    Im lirst Sunday in the mouth there
timber  resounes and pri-pann; will be a second celebration  ol
to proiet t them hv progressive the holy communion at 11 a.m.
and   drastic   measures   against' Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper,
exploitation   for the benefit   nil   Service! at St. Clement's hall j
n.isiiliil   fi,tiie.ii louniries,   .n- 1 ynn Valley:    Morning prayer!
eluding her next doOt neighbor |,, g m .    evenl„g praytr 7 ,,',„.
Wt taiitioi look to tht north (or Pnest-in-charge:    Rev.   H.   II.
mir   salvation     We must   hus^Qm^
band    all   our   remaining   re- 	
soun.-s   and plant trees   iiiui      Nonh VaDlouvcr Calho|it ln.,
ever   ihev ttt In- grown   Hon ^ u ■„■„„._
profitHble lhan other crops,   1.11   Sund      Servlces_MiiM at  y
order that .,.,. ,,-in future mai ^        hoQ, __
the   ,,nlv!Be«i,dicl.onat3p..n.    Pastor:
To buy 01 sell property in
North Vam oilier see 1'ierte I
llall. 12
A client ol ours wilhai to rent
a furnish'-.1 bouse of 6 or 7
rooms in Nmili Yaiiiniiu r,
ui.t ol l.illisil.tli* Av, nue.
Owners call on, or address
tuili particolan
Alvov.Alvensleben.Ltd.
4  Lonsdale Avenue,
CAPT.G. ANM'.RSON, Manager
PIONEER BAKERY
VUIMK & III MIK, Proprietors
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
Try our XXX Brown Bread. Daily delivery to all parts of city
Phone S and 54
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & fllh St.
be   assured      Ilns is
way      Canada   lias not  the   it
sources (or Inr own needs and
mirs tOO, and she is stifliuiiith
wide awake ,,nd intelligent lo
guard her own. The onlv w,n
that our timber resources und
Canada's can lie made inexhaustible is bv the applitatioti
ol the highest scientific knowledge and the broadest common
sense."
Rev. E. Peytavin, O.M.I.V.G.
Baptist Church, cor. stli and
St. George:—
Sabbath ichool at 2 p.m. Service! it 3 p.m. and it 7.30 p.m.
St.   Andrew'i    Presbyterian
church, 6th street-
Services it 11 a.m. ind 7.30
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THE LONSDALE I'l/ARMAC)
SELLS DRUGS AND ME Did NFS
A T   VANCOUVER   TRICES    . . .
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE t'S .1 TRIAL ON VOIR
(TEXT ORDER. PHONE to
P S.
IIIOMAS, I'hm. fi
DRUGGIST
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Exercise Care in the Selection of a Bank
for the Safeguarding of Your Savings
When you realize lhat over
Thirty five Milium Dollars ire
entrusted to the But of Hamilton, you will reco|*iii/>" itt position
in thc public eOlfidwCa.
When you ham that ibis vast
•em his been gradually gathered
from a small begumi'iK, over thirty
vein  iro, you   will   understand
lhat, back of tins steady progress,
there must hi MVad management.
By modern yet conservative,
methods, tin U»nk nl Hamilton
has proven itsell a worthy custodian of thr people's saving
Interest-at highest current rate
—credited half-ycarh. Ofl deposits
of $1.00 and upwards
mm
1   'i2-\^
WH ii*
mm
C. G. Heaven, Agent
North Vancouver
Head Office, HAMILTON
%9/9m\ttm9m • 11.500 000
9mtneatVaA94tettnnt    ■    t.»oo,ooo
Tol.l A.m.      •      -      -       of" 11,000.000
■  •» -aa   ■»■»■* THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER. B. C.
THE   EXPRESS
Nokiii   Vasi Ol III I
H. C.
Published Tui idayi nnd Fridays hj
Nokiii ShoII   Pllli,  LlUITIU
um or m u-i ini'TinN
One year, |l.lHl 111 months, Ul, Three months, Ik
Unit.-.i St.it* - antl Foreign, 11.8(1 per yw
Advertising RttM will in- quoted on applicatioa.
Thi Express is dei ot«*d to thf Intertula ol Hit north Shore ol Burrard Inlei
exclusively, it constitutes an advertising medium ol exceptlnnal mini lot
retching lu a thorough and effactlvt mannir the population ol North VlMonvei
('uv mnl Diitrict,   Every effort is made to glvs aavirtlurs the motl tatillactor}
service.
Allt-iiiiii-ii-. n ntraiai advert sementi should be lu theprinlan' haiuli not
later than IUh.iii   Monday and S p.m. Wi*dn**adai to enaure Ineertlon lathe
iiillnti in*.-1«.ie*.
N. ikiii Vancouvii,   B. C,
PENDING    DEVELOPMKNTt
ON Till'. NORTH SHORE
It is .in opinion commonly at
cepted   In   all   who have I een
connected  by either experienci
or observation uilh iln- tuunda*
tion  and  the  development   oi
new   towni,    lhat    ipaamodi
growth   is   lia.t   hv am    mean
the mosi desirable procedure in
such movements.    The coavk
tion is always [reel} expressed
and  given  genera] concurrence
lhat, il al all |iossilile, a
steady, Uniform adv.uin ment
should   be   made,   and   lli.it   I
gradual   appreciation  in    real
eslale   values   slwillil  In     i.mi
tained. Iii actual experience
however, the attaituoeai ol
this commendable method has
proven extremely oilii.uli, . r
plainly, impracticable. What
ever the reaaosa ili.u may In
advanced to explain tbe situ.,
tinn, it is l faet that, in lhi
earlier itagei at any rate ol lilt
drouth o( ■ new dty, development proceed! by i succession
of rapid movements,  separated
by longer or ihorter periods ol
abatement, ia a word, the pro
tess   is spasmodic.   One   ol    lilt
reasons which may be advanced
for the prevalence ol this method is the lacl that public confidence is not a stable quality,
hut ii i.s intermittent, it waxes
antl wanes in response to local
conditions. The merits of any
given city may be thoroughly
genuine and at all times absolutely reliable, and could pul.li.
opinion become well grounded
in that conviction, so that il
would be consistentlv adhered
to under all circumstances, then
the ideal ol steady growth ul
uniform appreciation oi values
would he attainable, but unfortunately, public confidence is a
variable quantity, for while at
times it runs strong at other
limes, despite all eflort! to the
contrary, it will recede and will
remain qnieacent until some
new development provides Unnecessary stimulant n. n-auak-
en that loiilidcnic and to M I up
another active movement in favor of tin- community concern
ed.
it cannot  rnaaoaaUy bc en*
pc'tc.l    that   the    cxpcricllic    ol
North Vaniouver mil ililter ap
preciably in this regard Irom
that of othet cities. There an
it is true, lho.se who heialisi
of long and i lose •.link ol tlit
situation are com lined that
there is no city on thl Pacific
coast or elsewhere for which a
splendid future is more- fullv
assured lhan it is for North
Vancouver. The COnfideBCl ul
those who are thus persuadid is
unwavering and is maaifeatad
in the fact that, to the utmost
limit of their resouru-s, they
are ever nu leasing their linancial investments in the city and
district Outside the circle in
which this confidence obtains,
the same condition! exist lu.w
ever, that apply lo eiery other
city similarly situated.
The lending oi I delegation to
Ottawa in February last and
the    COBMqUCat     developments
wiih reference to Second War-
rows   bridge, cattacd I   greatly
iiunased    interest    in    North
M tt 31,   oiio
Vancouvei    invcatmeati   upon
the pail  "I  lhe public at  large,
nluiii alter running iti courie
for .1 ie« monthi, gradual!)
subsided* A few weeki sitiu*
the unconfirmed report that tin
Grand Trunk Padfii Railway
Company had bought 1  local
sllb-divisloli i.illscd considerable
activity in property in ihat vi-
tiniti, bm the movement in tin*
latter initance did not .main
the proportion! readied by  the
(oriner.
Ii is interesting, therefore, lo
note ihat eventi appear at
presenl to be shaping ton.ird a
convergence of important de
velopmeiiis which promise to
give to North Vain a an ci in
treatment! an activity hitherto
unprecedented and to place
than iiiioii ,1 basis of permanent
nu-ut and enduring public favoi
such as \till satisfy the nmsl
ardent Iriends of lhe Norlh
Shore.
Tin reported pnrchaae bj lh
r.r.md Trunk Padfii Railwaj ol
ti. I,. 266 has nulled so lll.tio
unofficial   confirmation!   irom
souncs ol the most unassailahh
reliability that it has been accepted .is i.ui by the in\e.mi
public,   li is   now commonly
held that the branch line t.i the
Grand Trunk l'acilic from l-'or.
George to Burrard Inlet will
lust reach the waters ol qui
harbor on the North Shore and
ihat iln* terminal! of that line
will he lotatetl at North Van
turner eii her to the easl Of lln
west of the city, according 1
the railway may follow tin
Howe Sound or the Beymoui
river roiile lo lhe Inlet.
The preparation! now pro
greuing taa provide fundi when
by active operation! may be an-
dertaken upon the comtruction
of Second Narrow! bridge   give
gratifying promise of luccem
The Inlaw tu taise iwo hundred and fifty thousand ilollar.-
for this purpoae will doabtleai
be    submitted     lo the   distil. I
property owneri within 1 Era
weeki and us ratification   1.
pi.ia 1 it .illv as II. eai.     This   will
undoubtedly In followed almost
immediately  by 1  similar by
law   to empower  lhe city  t..
contribute bin   thouaand dol
bus toward  iln   mum object,
the ratification a.i whiih is nu
seriously questioned   ani« hen
The attitude ul lhe municipal!
ties oil the south -thon   illllllll
iiig Vancouver) toward the pro
ject gives gratifying assinauu
thai Inlaws   nil] be submitted
therein    for    satisfactory   a*
mount! t.an,ii.i 1 ■ 1 i.i i* ci'iistrtii
lion.   The 11 uiai investment ol
Double Corner 4th and St. George
Price |7,oOD,  Terms: i-:> cash, bal, 8 and 12 monthi,
Third  Street
l,,,! 9, Block 187, D.L '274.   I'riee$210U.   Terma:
1-:'. cash, balance li and 12 months.
These frit i' ',ic I'H' I'di'ii' ilie niii'kel and only for a very thirl lime.
ELDER MURRAY CO.
I* iodi n Norih vtto.-ni.-r        _ i'i,,,,,,. hm Vinooawi
(lllln* Ihiiirs ll it.in. In .1.311 p.m.    Open BTMllfji liv appointment
After i.tiii-eiiaaiirit, piimif Llu
these municipal fundi will eon
slitllte   all   iApfession of   JOOll
faith smh .is ll  mav bc antici
paled    tin    provincial   govern
iiunl will he   plcaiscd to   assist
in rendering available the sub
suit already voted toward  this
l,n,l*i     Tins(* sums, together
wiih the borrowing power vesi
ed in Burrard Inlet Tunnel and
Bridgi  Company will bc quite)
sufficient    to     complete    the
bridge.
Publicity is given to s..me ei
tent tii the progress being made
bi    the   Imperial Car and   Dn
link Company, through the Kt
ter read to ihe district mum ll
at  their last nation,  to the ellect that Ur. Nichol Th paun
is now in Ottawa negotiating
with the government (or an ea
larged subsidv for ihis torn
pain. Tin* unavoidable conclusion Irom ihis [act is that a de
finite agreement has been entered Into between Mr. Thompson
ami this company for the con
itruction of the dry dock on
the propel ty ol the bitter ,:t m
mar Roche Point.
The l.ul lhat the president oi
the   V.   W. &   Y.   railway   hai
been in London (or some weeks
past, added to the fact that    it .
ivas  announced  by the iii.in.-_-
mg director oi that company
ihal thc president wiild be   iv.
conference with the preiident ol
the Grand Trunk Pacific  giit^
belief   which   exists    in   main
quarten that negotiationi are
proceeding utiafactorily for the
consilium,ition of an agreement
between ihese two companies
whereby thc (.rand Trunk Pad
in will reach Hurrard Inlet ovi i
lhe right a,[way of the V tt |
Y. Railway, and that it Second
Narrowi bridge is not built pr*
vioualy in tin- EHrrard Inlet
Tunnel and llridge Company, ii
will be toiistruitcd In the na
tioiial transtontineiit.il as otic
of the main lonneiliti-; links
..I their great railwav si stem.
In the late of loiisidiratioiis
siuIt as these, it is nol at all
exaggerating the dgnificano oi
thingi to conclude that lorcei
of iniiiietise poteatiality in
working quietly bet eBectnallj
ttliith, tiln-n their eflorti an
coin ludcd, will place North
\'ainouver in the ven forefront
.at the great industrial and ship
pinj centrm "1 ilu* province
THE mCEIMR
mm ni ini.
Lonsibil.  Avenue,
at lo in  Landing
TO Mill MS
ALL KINDS OK
PEED AT THE
LOWEST PRICES
We it'-.. Iiiimlli. lhe  Iiiiiiiii in.' Ill
POULTRY BUPPUE8:
H. .1   k.l'hiak  f I.
I'., t    K. Clli,ll'll   Clia.|a.
sttiit.' li.fi tfcrepi.
M**tr'l I'l'iillrv S|iiee.
bei-.' I.iee Killer.
Wheal in taogndn.
Bold in unt ,|ii,iniiiii'i<
TRY SWIFTS- AKS-
NATi-: OE i.i:.\n
Tht ttt *-iiiiiiiii*r S|ir,n
nil lhe liiiirlo't
ALL KiNds of
Fertilizer*
FOR LaWN AND GARDEN
Tha   Sherwin-Williams    Paintt    Cotir   thl    Earth
OW!!
JIME to Paint.
Make your buildings bright and clean
this Spring. We have
the best and most economical paint for you
to use.
Shirwim Williams
paiht, prepared,
the paint that
spreads farthest,
wears longest,
looks best. Made
of purest materials.
A record of forty
years of good paint
making behind it.
np: SHERIrVIN-WlLLIAMS
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HtHE   THE LARGEST SALE OF
ilt PAINTS IH  THE WORLD
Sole Agents for
North Vancouver
Paine  <& McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
Thi   Sherwm-W illiams   Paintt   Cotir   ihi    Earth
I. (). ()   F,
North Vancouvei Lodge,  Ko,
55, meets every Thursday ii.n
inj;, corner Lonsdale avenue and
First street, at I o'Joik. Visit-
Ing brethren cordiallv invited lo |
attend. .1. Kelly, N G ; A. T.
Kennedy, Kec-sec. J, II. Pilling, Fin.-sec.
This Week's Specials
l.cln ip lots [King south on j.)tb Street." PriCa*%fayOO eueli.
Terms one-quartet caih, and balance over two yens These
command a iplendid poiition ind are dose to present Lonsdale Avenue uu Lim
D.L, 27\ 1 it, 50 toot lots. 1 Ins.*to Queembury Car Line
.11 l| joo 111 b.      termi One third cash, balance 6, 12 and tl
nioiulis.   Then .in I150 eich under priaaal value.
Double Corner don t" Boulevird, all cleared.   A snap at
fltJO, It rills fl'Sii 1 .ish, balance ti.   12 and  IS months.
Chas. E. Lawson 6 Co.
i.   I -IIM'II'.KI.
Real Bitate Special iiti
C. I UWWI
1J l.uiisilale Ave. l'lione 70
lhe
I'l.,.
198
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
Dealers in Coal, Brick,
Sand, Gravel. Lime,
Cement   ,iikI   General
Huillll'!*'   Sll|>pll!'<.
All  ih I* 1    Prompt 1
Filled .1 nl Satiiln lion
Guiranted,    Pri© ■ 01
Appbi ition
Office: Lonsdale, near City Wharl
Waiehouse:       human's Wharf
KANDIE
ITSHEN
"ITS THE
PLACE"
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11.
MImIoi hi.I Aint'iuf Futnltnn
1 Hank an.l Hnr Kutun* It. i ..it
tug 111 nil it* 1-rain In-*
I'ii inn-1 rtalng.     NreHan ftonfi,
173 THIRD STREET, W.
MAH "lal'MI- ilm |*ii.iii|*l nii'iiii..!.
Some Seasonable Suggestions
The growing popularity ol our 1910 Hot l'oint
l-'.lectric Iron has been ditiioiislialetl ilnrinj; the
past itetk, our largi stoik bring sold out entirely.
Another large shipment arrived today and we are
prepared to lill all orders in rotation, Remember
hi dais' free trial.   Yours for llhing.
Those Klctliii Toasters ne spoke about last
week seem to appeal U) the break!,isl table epicure
in no uncertain amy, as on sales ol that bandy
little article testily.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
50 Lonsdale Avenue.
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THE  BRIDGE
is COMING -MM.   NOW is TIIK TIMK TO BUY  BKFORg
PRICM ADVANCE 40A1H,
NORTH   LONSDALE
WOOING I" 1,1 .iM*; 01 TIIK FIStWT RIWIDENrm.
SKi riOSS OF SOBTH VANCOUVKII.
nil,. I I ..11 \  .-*.. I, lOOlIB lei'l, Inr gWl   the OWmt in
money,   l\. h **•■ the mljiiiniiii* lol li'te.l ll WOO,
uin* lol '.11 1 -•... -ir.i't, niteinbet it           turn
We hut.   a a ,|( r,M,\i |,a|( n |,liM-k Innn .nr, i..r »i um
Mint cm T   1       itreet, (tand, one Week from car, it
If   V.a'l KM -   ,*,      ,j   ||„, „|,„v *| ,|llil'ltlv.
II   tt    t.i,
G. W. VANCE & CO.
Cor. 8lh 1 Imisihile   Phone 17b        Bramh Oll.i.e-I»nn Lillei
r>/. AAA    16 ft. lot oil   1st  St   I'.
vpOUUU   near LoDattde,   Thii ii
tlm last  Iiii iii tlie liloek iit 18000,
l'H*t otic |g with n (h'|Kisit gatl it.
_   Third rush, tinlancc 6 and 12 monthi,
" <t 1 ^nnn ^ feel ,,n Lonsdale,
:; vpl J\J\J\J i„.tw,.,.n 2nd and $rd
;;   Btrtata.  | aaab; 8, IS and 18 montha,
I! s±\ f\lC. :!•'» ft. lot on UpperI*ona-
*- -piUZaJ dai*. H](,ck 288, D. I,
64*5. A bargain al $1026, fiTo oaah,
2   liiiliincc 6 and 14 montha.
•4)/ WU ing opened tha full width,
II A food invMtmenl il |700 aaeh,
][   Third oaah, balance 11 nml \'i montha.
$1800
60 it. lot on ith Street,
11. L. 878.   This is the
c teapeal lo] on the eariine, $800oaah,
balance 6 add 12 montha,
<t> Q / AA Ihmlile corner on Bouh-
■PJOUU vard ami 10th Street.
Worth|4000. $1260oaah,bal.arrange,
dOAAA Double lane corner on
•PJUUU the Boulevard and 9th.
This is a map at $3000. Half cash,
balance 6 and 12 months.
5 acres
2.40
West Capilano. $600 per   ••
acre; good terms.
Lvnn Vgllev — will
aCreS cut into 28 lota and   -
s.-ll iit from $101) u*>.    Price $-1200.
ii THE CANADIAN FINANCIERS, LTD. ji
14 Lonsdale Avenue. R. L Thompson, Local Manager   :;
Head Office 632 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C
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Safety       Income       Prolit
Call and see our Large and Exclusive List
Correspondence Solicited
North Vancouver
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SPECIAL
Recently subdivided and placed on the market for the first time—Cleared Lots, size 50 x 140 feet each, in the easterly
portion of Block 61, District Lot 549, situated between Lonsdale Avenue and St. George's Avenue, fronting on
13th and 14th Streets.
Lots fronting on 13th Street, $1,000 each      Lots fronting on 14th Street, $900 each
Lot 54 x 140 feet, corner 13th Street and St. George's Avenue    -    -   Price $1,600
Lot 54 x 140 feet, corner 14th Street and St. George's Avenue    -    -   Price $ 1,500
Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
PLEASE NOTE the central situation of the above lots, close proximity to center of population, walking distance
of ferry landing, one-half block from principal cariine of the city.   Electric light, telephones, and city water available.
Compare these prices with the higher prices of property which is much less favorably located,
and you can only arrive at one conclusion.      Make Yoar Selection Without Delay.
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IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD
i Incorporated A.D. lyoh, uniler the Companies' Ait  189} and Amending Acts, with chief place of business in North Vancouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C., Telephont 15
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lt. C, GAZETTE
The current issue nf llu- It. C.
Ci/ctlc  mnl,tins llu- following
notion i
Appointment!
I-'r.iiuis B, Groavenor oi Rio*
ontli-1, in In- I .lustiti- "I ilu
lV.tt .*
T.i lie Niit.uics l'nlilit Geo,
Wilsmi, ol N.i.is Valhi ; Ariliui
Neville Smith, ol Vancouver,
barrisit-i .11 law ; Percy Kinc.
nl Nnrth Vancoaver; Arthur
Sf.iiii.in Hatfield, ol Kaledaa .
ami  Frederick  1!  Ackers,   oi
Chase.
George 1-'. Sulkt-r, ol Wilmcr,
In In- clerk nl tin pi.in .mil 1 nlli it m- nl revenue tax in the
pi.ut* nl Karlc Jetmingi Beovil
O, 1-'. Stalker, ol Wilmcr, i'lie .1 stipendiary iii.i|»islr.Ui- ("I
ilu- iniiiitv nf fCootaaa*]
Jnlin   lluni an Camera aad
.lallles   Kv.itls,   justices   iif   tll"
peace lot the municipality oi
Salninii Ann.
Allien l-'.dii.trd li.iildmk, l"
In  scirctarv n( the department
nl agrknltnre.
K. C, I'akeislu, nl Vanc'ii
ver, tn In- a CU-rk in the   Su
pieiiie i.iiirt regiatry al Um citj
nl Vancoaver,
Samuel Nnrlh, n( Vantiiuvei,
In   Ile   a    lisluli   ..Ulster .Hid ,t
provincial cotutable,
Hani N.isli RogCTl and Wil
liain Joseph BonrndgC, both ul
11,1/ilinti, in be provincial con-
slalilis
Neil McDonald, ol Baaiftoa,
ti'iist,tlilt.  in I.e a depute  nun
lag recorder Inr the skeena ii
ver mining diviiion, aritk nh
recording "dice al Port Raaiag
tnti, in the plate n| T. t'.. Winn
Jamaa K.  Hmwn. al  rail
vnn, -jiiverninelil IgMt, t" tt
acting deputy UMMOI and ml
Uctor (nr the Kettle Kiu-r As
sessluellt   diitrict,   alld ininille.
recorder (nr the Oaoyooi mla
Ing   dii ismn,   in   the place   ol
Howard A. Turner, reatnad
Tlimiias Jamicaoa, ol Fort
St. .luhn, in in- governmenl
agent,  a collectoi   aadci    tha
"Kinmu* Ail," and I colli I toi
under the "Revenue Tux Ait,
i'ini," at Port St. .lulin, in tin
plan ..I Frederick Colter Camp
hell, iron tin- 15th day ol Juan,
pun
Teaden an being called lor
strei fitting! lor llir vaults   in
tin- parliament buildingi «t
Victoria, to b« in by nth June
I   Certilicates nf  incorporation
have been granted to iln  Pi
citii Province I'.mt-i Company
B. C. Atkins a Co. hav lum
regUtered as aa ntn pun in
rial compaaj
The following water aotici
an- recorded    ins  HcGI 1sh.n1,
loi a record oa Big Bu l alu
ami r,min Province Poem I
ifnr record oa Camphell river.
Tin- Suiiili Kelowna Land Co.
piiital  nl  certain proDoaed   ir-
pini.il nl certain propoied  n
rigalioa water a
Notice is given lo the credil
nrs iif ilu- liu Giovanni Po*,
[nf   Uichd,   I'-   C,   tl.lltlls
registered aritk Eckstein \ Ui
Tagi art ol Fernie, B. C.
Notice is lllO Minn In tl.d
it.,1- ,,|   J   \\. Wt! -in
nl 1 ui Vancouver, It 1.
The formation is recorded al
Tin* Okanagan Valli) Cream t)
l.ul. at Anmitrong, it. C.
I.VNN VALLEY
The nut l.t 1111 \ allej ...i lim
continue! i" !« .1 -oa u "( i<-
traction i" lha ataaj 1..nrists
and  usilnts   iiim 1 "I,.e In    llie
tilt       Tilt   lllle   is   ll"V    tnllapl't
nl   I  '  a   point   "II  lhe  pipe    lilli
11 nil    Ileal   lln   llll.t U"li  'I      h.
Imiu    i".id     lii'lill;:    In     Km
The trip nilisllllltts ,1 delight*
llll Dai Utile allil .1 *li ll III ll*.
nl  lhe passengers like  lhe trip
"in uul ii.uk without   leaving
in-; the can
'lTie jroaag peoph ol the citj
all-  looking  l"iitanl  mill  pica
sure   In  the   pri'Spnt  "1   good
■hating nn km- Laka ilns aria
ter and 111 tniiiietin 11 with thii
llie    l,ii lllllis "I   ttallsp"llall"li
nmi   afforded in   tha mi   Um
Whkh Will make lhe Irip   there
and   hack   less   aidinms    lhan
heretofore.
COPPEI   CITY
A ni« hotel mil be conitrui
led at Copper tin oa the Ski
en«.     Work   will   commeaci
Sl II III
PRINCE KU'I-'.RT
It is  reported  thai 1   Pulp
I'aalt,  I       CO,   I       1  1 |HJ .,     .mi/, l|
uilli   Sv«'."<i" tap I il,  iii up) 1
an in Prlnci Hup. 11
STEWAE1
Tin   Standard   Cotutru- Li 'ii
CO,   "I   V.. lit "II- it    is   , le. 'ilia   a
neu bank at Slew.ill, B, C:
The Sief,iri Water, Power *'v
Ught Co. will commence roa
itructioa ol 1 '.* rgc well rener-
t.aii verj sm,n This, il is
deemed, will aappl] the aeedi ■ 1
iln i"iin .ii preient, but late
..11 rater a-UI 11 nbl lined [rou
lln- .Martin.t 1 in 1
A new wharl will be eonatrn
ted at Stewart i>\ U< Keniie *'*
Mann ilnv rear   The 1 nti
work   will   Ik-  commenced  at
once,    >
Catarrh Cured
Ni
Cure,  Nn  Pay,  is 1 Hoal
General oilir
Tn gel .in .mi isi pin   itrong
enough to kill t.itarrh germi
and   imi desll'iv lhe tillUel   "I
the membrane al lhi mom li.ne
lias lut II a  probkm  tt lllill    v a
111 it 1   -...lud until llu- dis.nnu
nf Hyomel (pronounced lli I
■ I nni
Mm.nui is prepared bom n
1 alt pins,  lln   nnisi  pmii Uul ti 1
healing      antiaeptic     known
Breathe ll through the  ial
..tu tin Inflamed aad gent
dm   membrane   Imir   nr   five
tllni . a d it ,  and III a  lew
the jelllis mil disapp,
Tin   iiiii.lined condition  "i'l
ia....    and    lhe    snn'lii .
hairkiag mid oflmdve breath,
and    lln    ilfilial;'!    nl    t;.'
and   trusts  in tin   now    will
1 teat
Tlnn wlii should am catarrh
sllfleltr hesitate  tt lien  llit   I
dale I'liarm.iii  has sin h Iai''   ll
Hyomel thai it "Hers to return
vniir lll'.llei   ll  alter a  (air mil
Ih'.lliei dues BOl  tllle i.it '111'
A complete Hyomel outfit in
tludiii'; tin inhalei   coat    I
and extra l.nllles.  if alteTWirdl
lllllll ll,     t'lSt     Illlt      Ifl    , , ,11    . lit
..im I  alsu nut's asthma. , P'lip.
sun  throat, ' 1 ugha, coidi or
MIONA
Cures Dyspepsia.
Your money luck ll Hti-nl.   I
mrdi I* fflicl Irom hrjrlburn.
-tli.'l'i     k —Wm mi .'•'< '
JO cents 1 li-*;* boi al
• Till    I.'illsilale   I'll.ill*
Grand
ollcvarD
ii'irtna 'tmst——
Cleared Lot*
50 foot in width and over
This is exceptionally fine residen-
lal property, as all lots have a
beautiful view of the harbor and
English bay, and are in the
blocks adjoining the Queensbury
avenue cariine.
Fa Prices and Particulars, Apply lo
Mahon,  McFarland & Procter
Corner l'i mln ind S-ymour Streets
()lln nl Aj-cnls THE EXPRF.SS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Lawn Mdisiv LadieV and
Children's Sunshade*
I. uin*.' and t hildren'i white liwn  wii»i * neitlj
ellll'l"!*!* la ai       IJ5C
..eli, i1 pi,ii.a tailored --lint » lists, a.l size     fi.fj
.adies' lawn waists, • inbroi len-1  MJ
.adies' livi 11 » iisiii ■■" -   md einhru ilc-n         1*50
*tt;i waists, emliroiileri nml laa*.* iriniuied * *.
-       ,.  >l   ■"!,  s.       ,.  s '  IJ, }2 JO .'Ii'l lip I"    . ■ * ■     ll JO
1 junshadi ■*. p.uii rm ainl m il c-jIui -* 1 111'      -ijc
1. li* n'i tunih nl* 1, i*1.nn ind Iri ed     1*", joe, ('.ii, Nsc
. .li*»' white Pi r*il'  lunih nl. -. Irilleil        It.Jo
.adies' sill, minshatles, green, hrown, card  navy,
*   l*       ..... I '
..i'ln 1' pong< ■ -ill- -111-I11 hi    ....   i.oj
,,i.|i. ~' v, *  :.    mbi ud' n*.l sinisi: ,1*     - * (O, 1 7J
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.1. .1. MCALEECE
KEITH BLOCK    LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE m.i
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i CONFECTIONERY AND
i ICE CREAM PARLORS
FRUIT, ' .\M*M>   It K 1'KKA.M
PULL LINK OF Sl'MMKil DRINKS
i'ii. \K- \NM TOBACCOS
STATIONERY, MAGAZINES
OFFICE SUPPLIES, Kit'*
Fred. Bosquet,   Pro|).
I.'I l.niisilali- Avi
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USTOMERS
AKRV
ONVICTION
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OVRTKOl'S
IV1UTY
ONQUBKS
O.N'TRARINHSS
For  onion   and potato  setts  also  flower   seeds   of
best quality.
HALL'S GROCERY
PHONE 189
Cor. St. Oeorje s tt 8th Street
N. VANCOUVER
15th Street
150x167 feet on 15th Street, corner on lane,
one block east of Boulevard, subdivided into 5
lots, two cleared. $2350. $800 cash.
Balance very easy.
Also many good buys in the Business Section
r. McMillan &, co.
Real l.*iin*. Mirir.i   Pin Md Life  Ininnnci
54 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 197 PO Box 155
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| Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods {
Gent's Furnishing and Fancy Store.
•}•    C"r. _'i, I   I I .ii-lit;* Am*. E.tabli.lii'l lim*'. .     ..-,*,   ..
This is to give notice that tlv above
establishment has been disposed of
to Mr. Arthur Curry, a thoroughly
up-to-date dry goods man, in whose
hands the business Mrs. Shaw and I
have built up can be safely left |0
continued   success and   extension.
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WESTERN CANADA'S
CHEAT I'ROGRESB
St..iy iii Pi-jures 'Told li\ Do
minion limuieraUoB Cmii-
iiiissioiiti Walker of Winnipeg-
Thf lollowing nrtiele lruin .1
Hunt- Walker, l-miiiiiiuii iniini
gration   ti.iiiinissuinc-r,  Wiani
nq*, is riven prominence in the
London, Kng,, Financial News
lo rivi .hi idea nl tlu- pro
grew ninth western Canada is
making, 1 propoie to tell mi
story in ligurei lilhouttu ol
M.ilislits lii tin past unit
yean i-'.V'ii settlers have
,..nn- in Canada Iroin ilu- United St.ili*-. iilllle 504,050 ll.ivi-
llillll*   lltllll   llif   lllllisll   Isles   ill
the s.iiiu period, In lhc p.ist
un M.ns 370,519 Kttlcri linn-
.iiuiul  in   tin   province!   ol
Manitoba, Albert! ami Sask.il
sh.w.in, Su iti tent, oi whom
mu* lioin tin- United Si.iits.
I*,,1 th,* calendar yeai i-iuli-il De-
eeinbei 3-i 'Wi 9°,ooo 11111111
grants bave arrived i-n Canada
11..in ihe United Stales.
Ollicial Qgiuei ihow that io,-
ikiii hiiliusltailels [rotU '-he I -ll
llnl Slates took up lioliiesltMils
ami pii i-iiipti'il daring 1909.
These 10,0011 boineiteaderi each
taking up a bomeitead .mil .1
hah ihai number ol pre empti
"IN   ^IllS    _\ |..aa,aa,a,.   j^tS      l.lkfll
up In Aliierti.ilis, The i.,i,i.t*
sti ail l.iii ctini|nls lllc tulllia-
Uoii ol i" .nu s each teal oil
homesteads   .nnl pre-cmplioai
1 n.lt I llus cl.uise, lliiit lote,
BCZt    le.il    these   |0,OHo   ilulilc
iteaden would hau* |So,wii
acta uuilei iiiilu. a it in la*
Mining    the}    clillnale     a lie,.1
■nd ih.it ilu* acreage gtvai ila
same average in 1910 a.-* it gave
111 1909, lhe.se-boiiHsltaiii is Mill
'ii\l  \i.ii  B. in,.,hmi luishels oi wheat additional '■  ;' 1
itestelll  \ield.    Tile   ilnliii-sle,,,!
regalationi givi nut m.1,1  oi
soiiinl innni, iif ig yean i.l age
Ita aires, tin- coliilr.ioli. being
I'.iMiitni til *>io tntit i.e. rw
rience six inonilis 111 ta.'i -.t,it
inr three yean, bringing 30 .1-
iics tuiiltt cultivation each eear
.in.l al   lhe iini pi  llirn    int..
having ,t dwelling .a .it least
S.iiio value, Wuhin certaii
,111,1s lln ihm hoiiiesteailcr can
l>re-cliipl lhi 1 aues .11 >3 -•*,-
.nu, p,t\.ilili- "i| per a.re .1' il'i
c-ud ol tliiet yean ami lhi >nl-
.mu in i,\. tiars al ■} p'-r nni
l-llleli-st,   the   lOllilltlolls     being
that In- must either nridi   oa
his lioiiiesttatl or on his pri-cin-
piioii nexl io 11 .six monthi t-i
each uar lur a lurther urin of
three yean ior ilu original
huiiiesti.iii, nuking it yean in
all, anil he must bnlg ,s" .nits
mult 1  tiillu.iiioii the stioinl    t
yean.
Tin* whole population ol Manitoba   111   I87I  lias 15,288,   To-
da] ii is tsiiin.iitil .ii  joo,	
A million acre! oi good laml in
tin* provinci  • ■ 1  liaaitobi an
shll opefl lo holllesle.iilt is   (In
li  ]o iK-r cent ol tlic uilui.ii
.ii'le 1.imi in Manitoba is under
cultivation.     As  a matin   ot
l.iit  Manitoba'! percentagi ol
grass   laml   lo .tr.ililc   luml   is
10.30 per cenl. Manitoba s da
in product lm ilus \..ti .1
mount! io our 12,000,000,   In
|89]     .lllll      l>'(^    Jl,, la H,,0, HI        was
spi ni 011 11111 1.uin building! in
the province, The total value
oi all trnps produced ia Mam
lolia 111 io,*., amounted lo f; 1,-
. t igaiut |6i,6oo,ooo tin-
I.II Inline.
The province "i Albert! had
.1 |'"|'iil,itii'it oi 10,000 in 1 *>71
it has ., population oi 185,000
iioit     11   is iloiihle  Ule  si/t    *l
Great Britain, larger thai Gar-
ina-lit   ami    miti    .is    lal
I-1 a in* Alberta ptodaced laat
teai 111 wheat and coarse grain,
$20,741,000,   as 1 om pared with
vi 1,|Ss.oiKi the jui'vious year.
The po|)lllatlon oi Saskatthe-
11,111 111 n)"i' ttas |6o,000, ll is
nearly 350,000 now In 1898 the
area under cultivation Ma 27-v
>53 acres. Ten \iars later il
11,1s 4,000,000 .ure.s.    In    1K98
Saikatchawaa  prodacad 1,700,-
II" bushels of wheat,   while  in
in- prodtacad 14,100,000 i»u-
ihell, with only 5 per unt. ol
hn actual wheat area u-mlcr
1 ul'nation for any kind of
CWp The total field m.ps ol
S.iskatiheWan for l'i'" an valued by thc govcrnimni • .iliin-
'"'    'll •^j,d"",'tia).     The three
province! ol Manitoba, Saikat-
tin wan and Alberta produced in
rnnnd retires this year 120,-
000,000 bushels ol thc lineal
wheat M'hit li w.ts snld .it an ,1-
verag* el *Ji per bushel.
The 1 nited States Kttlen
who havt tome to Carinda 'luring the intendar Aear 1909 1111111-
lair. rouglilv spatgkinp 90,000*-
[lerhaps a little over thai      In
money, iu iuipk-iaeui.,, in Sloch
and in IhhiscIiiiIiI elicits ill ol
which are admitted tree ol '-uly
ihey bring in all average ol >l,"
000 per head. These 90,01 ki persons al >l,oiHi per head iililij; in
Ialtogether ^90,000,000, Add the
^90,000,000 brought in'i- thl
country in ihis way to the fiJf
000,000 leali/.eil li oui tills yM's
wheat crop alone- and you 'i.i'.c
J.J10,1 io,i,i 1110 j    in   .nhl  ■ In* >'-|t,',-
.111 added value in om- yeai ol
000,000 litoiighi 111 Iroin ibe Un-
lited Slates to the total Ikld
Icrop value ol tin- three pronu-
Icaa, vi/.., Manitoba, .s, 1,•!-'",-
500; Saikatchewan, ^li,'",",
500, Alberta, ►JO|74o,oou and
toil    have a total ul >."■>.',a\vy,-
uoo added to tin wealth ol Iheee
I'l.niiites tu one calendar year.
Thirly-ltve   u.us   ,i^> Winui
peg was a lliiilsoii's Baj trad-
mg post ; today il ranks Iminli
in Canada'1 Lnduitrial centres.
Its population tlnn was j 1,-1. Ita
population inii.tN is csiiin.iieil
ai 150,00". li has 500 milei ol
graded streets, joo miles of semis, 250 miles ol watei mains,
lt has ti parks with aii;are.i ol
llS aires. ll has 110 ihurih
building!, 35 sibouls, ami il has
i|o policemen. Il has the lai^
est railway yard in the world
controlled by a single corporation--lln Canadian Pacific. Win
hipeg has tha grealesl grain
market   in the   Hritish   empii
and ihe inicst gram ntchtfge.
I suppose 1 loiild go on on
lllis line ad inliuiiuui ; bin .shall
content   myieli   by   stopping
unit, in the sincere hope thai 1
have been able to gWU •'•"1"1
slight conception ol the progress that is taking plate m th<
Canadian west.
n. E. KRIGER
Expert on Fireplaces and al
classes ol Brickwork.
All Work Guaranteed.
1 ..rn.r Kill..-ntti st.; tad MahM Av
north vaNcouveh
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DAMMING   THIv   ST,   LAWRENCE
SUMMRRLAND
A liuii cannery will he erect-
id   at   Suiiniieriand   tins summer	
NOTICE Tt) CREDITORS
In the eslale ol William Palmer Peacey, deceased, notice is
hereby given that all persons
having claims agaiaal taa iati
tl. P. Peacey who died lhe ulh
day of March, lyio, at the City
ul North Vancouver, 11, C, are
retpiired to send by post prepaid or lo deliver to Mrs. E.
A. Petcey, administratrix ol
the estate of the said deceased,
their names, addresses and full
particulars of the amount ol
their claims and the nature of
the security, if any, held liv
them.
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lune IJth, lyio, the administratrix will proceed to distrih-
ute the assets of the deceased
anionc the persons entitled
thereto, having regard only to
the claims of which the said
administratrix shall tiun had
had notice.
• Dated   at  North  Vancouver,
ihis mill day of May, 1910.
E. A. PEACEY,
14 Administratrix.
WIRELESS ESTABLISHED
ASSESSOR   WANTED
Application will he received
hv   the  undei signed  up till   11
ii'ehnk 11 1 nil S Und n, dune
nth, lid", (or the poeition 01
Assessm nt the City "I Korth
Vancouver inr tin- yiar ten 1.
Tin- linn- within which thc
Assessni shall begin to make
and ai arhkh hc -hall complete
lhe Assessment Roll in aimrtl
ance with the statules shall lie
that  period between ad July,
mm, and luili Niiiiml cr. 191a
Sal.in "ih u-l $500
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
11 Citv Clerk
Wireless iniiimimiialioii is
BOW estahlished between northern and siuithern Hritish Columbia through the completion
nl lhe wireless station at Prince-
Rupert,
Previously the telegraph service has heen verv Intermittent
and the new serviie wil, be a
great satisfailion to the general publii'.
A Positive Cure
For Indigestion
11 vmi have indigestion, yoar
Innil lenneiils in tin- stiiinaih
and bowell, It doea mure ; it
deeavs, and the nutritiniis matter which shiiuld go to make
new lilnnd deiais with it, and
this leads 1" an iliipuverislleil
tniiiliiiiiii nl the lilnnd, in ner-
VnUstiess,    liiliiillsliess,  mtisllpa
tion, sitk headache, lad breath
whieh    disgusts   your    Iriends.
and other dimgreeable and un-
pleasanl conditions,
Ami all illis trouble is caaaed
In lhe Innil that ihiesll't digesl,
Kill lenneiils and nfumes luts
in the stomach.
Ami hrmentatioa is caused
In ilu* itomach not being
stmng enough and energetic
enough to thoroughly mix the
(inui wiih the digestive juicte.
MI 0 N A is responsible for
tens nf thousand! ol tiin-s. In
I.m. it is smh 1 p., sit it 1  cure
fnr indigestion .nnl all stomach
troubles thai ii is gaaraatsed
in ilu* Lonsdah Pharmacy to
can or niomv back. The price
"I a largi l">\ "1 Mi" na tab-
Mils is so centi, and they an
sure to promptly relieve the
worst case oi indigestion or
gastritis   Tri ihem
(nmsm him owl
CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,
Bfonchitu, Croup, Coughs »nd Coldi, or
money twek.   Sold toi fiar»nl«*l by
A group ol American capitalists are asking the Canadian
and the United States' governments for a very valuable privilege on the St. Lawrence river. They want the right to
generate approximately 1-00,000
h.p. of electric energy by
damming that river at the
Long Sault Rapids near Cornwall, lt is a somewhat dillicult matter to realize at once
just what that means; but
when we are told it woultl take
(Hetty nearly one half of ilu-
yearly output of all the coal
mines in Canada to produce the
same amount of 24-hour horsepower, it can readily be seen
how valuable such a privilege-
would be-to the capitalists at
least,    To   Eastern Ontario,
corporation control of that
enormous energy might not be
so advantageous, Large corporations with monopoly privileges have ever been noted (or
their stria adherence to the
law ol monopoly price, i.e. exacting as high a price as is
compatible with the greatest
possible prolit. With them tin-
interests of the consuming pun-
lie are but incidental to corporation profits.
But there are other more serious objections to the scheme.
These have been concisely set
forth hv the commission of
conservation in a report on the
project made last Kebniarv before the International Water
wavs Commission*--thl tribunal
that is to report upon the advisability ol the proposed dam.
The report of the commission
of conservation staled th.it
Canadian interests are given a
minimum consideration in the
compaay'i plana, of the total
propoied devdopmeat only a
small portioa 1 one-sixth)
would Ik- developed on the Canadian side of the river. The
Canadian inarkel, il stales,
cannot at present absorb its
half of the proposed development and, should power BC i-x-
pnrted to the United Slahs
the vested interests it would
create  there   would prevent its
mbaaaaeal a Ithdrawal to meet
the luture needs ol Canadian
indiisirv. Moreover, the coinpanv proposes a new th.inncl
(or navigation on the American
side ul tin river, the approach
to which would be beset with
dangeroaa tiimnts. Thus, i
permissiiin uere givM to build
the dam, nnt mily would it   be
exceedingly dillicult fm Canada
to proceed with ihe deepening
of the navigable ihaiinel of the
St. Lawrence, bat an all-Canadian mute Iroin Lake Superior to the ocean wuuld batons
a dream ol the past
IMPORTANCE   01   CLEAN
SEED GRAIN
lb
I un-.il.tli-
Bressey
Peers & Boult
REAL [SUIT
Insurant •
Notary Public
l'hont
88
■HaHHaHHHHH^HHHH*
"ITri   1  ITI  11
Canyon View
Hotel, Ca|>ilano
Season 1910
l-.\l. usit.   (irniind-. House (ireitly Enlarged.
Pimily Rooms en tuiti with ipedel tea 1
High 'lnss service al moderate rates.
Bai) trail In summit of Grouse Mountain, alt. 3000 It.
.sl ENII   I'M.Idll IS       PISHING      HUNTING
MniNi UM CLIMBING, in
Unequalled Iw Holiday, long cr short
K. PAXCELLOR,
Mai I
LARSON,
I'mp.
Canada, being a nation of
farmers, has to pay a very
large seed bill each year. Last
year  our  crops  called lor *.t.
000,000  bushels  n(   seed  grain —
wheat, oats and barley, and we
arc constantly increasing our
agritultural acreage. This being
so, the econotnv of sowing good
clean seed is at nine apparent
The advantages to be derived
from il are like the proceeds of
.1   sum  of mnin v  laid  out  al
loinpoiind Interest they anca
initiative    in   their   ellect    and
grow  in ever increasing   rati"
Some  vears  ago I uiinpetition
was  carried  on   in some    iv
places  in Canada   to see    just
what thc actual results ol using
clean pure seed would be. If en
reason from the results obtain
ed  from  it,  wc  find  that nur
grain   yield  last   year   would
Ii.n 1 been increased bv (40,000,*
000 bushels had than vigorous
.u-l been sowed on every acn
under cultivation.    Now,   IS '
000,000  bushels of grain  wtild
fill 1,500 miles of railway grain
i.irs       It    is    such   a    large
amount that it is hard for the
mind to comprehend, bat, al
anv rate, it goes to show thai
it wi mid pav our farmers to be
particular about the kind of
si 1 il thev sow.
HOLIDAY TOCR
Ml    P   l.alsi'ii and I,llllll'-  I'll
I Sundav afternoon ia their Oldi
jliiobile touring tar l"i .1 tup lo
Seattle where a short time will
be spun    Tin* return trip  will
I be made during the latter pert
ad the week,
Application Tor LiquorLiceuse
Notice is hereby given that at
the next sitting of the board of
Lice-using Commissioners lor
the city ol North Vancouver, I
intend to apply Ior a retail bottle license for the premises, sit
uate on lot 22, block 152, D.L,
274, on ist street east, near St.
David's Avenue.
(Signed) CHAS. A. MEE
Dated at North Vancouver,
April 26th, lyio.      i, 5 10-12
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given lhat
I inlend lo apply lo the Board
of License Commissioners for
the Municipality ol North Vancouver at the next statutory
inn ling ol the said Hoard to be
held in June, lyio, for a liunse
to sell liquor by retail on that
certain premises in the Municipality of North Vancouver and
known and described as Lots
One ti) and Two (2) in Bock
numbered Fifty-one (51) in subdivision of district lot number-
d Two Thousand and Eighty
Seven (2087) group one (I) New
Westminster District, conimon-
Iv known as Lynn Valley Hotel.
Dated this 4th day of March,
1910.
WALTER GIBBS,
II Applicant.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby givcu that
thirty days after ihe lirst pub
lication of this no'.Mc, i intend
to apply to the Baperiatcadmt
ol Provincial Police for a renewal of the Hotel Licence lor
the Moodyville Hotel, situated al Moodyville, B. C, on lot
-".<, group 1, New Westminster
District, (or the term of six
months commencing July ist,
1910.
(Sgd.)    TOM BOOTH,
Dated at North Vancouver,
May i.uh, 1910. 12
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tn
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TK i.mn ink Rei,
Tbc
Warburnitz
Piano
Made especially by ■ lending firm of piano makers
fur the North Vancouver l'ianu Company.
A first-class medium priced parlor piano, daaigsed
to tll (Im requirements of the musical public by I
carefullv specified combination of
TONE, ENDURANCE, QUALITY and ECONOMY
"The Warhurnit/. Speak- for Itself.''
North Vancouver Piano Co.
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11| Lonsdale Avi im>
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FOR SAI.K or tradt for leal
estate, piano, Pell make, to-t
J750. Apply 328 loth slu*-*-
, east. North Vancouver.
Dl 1    r> 12th St. and
ouble Lorner Lonsdale, iso
fe.t on Looadale, |16^XX); U8 cash,
balanci' 8,  LS ind \i months.
7 7   L    "ii Mth  St., cli-ared, close
J J it. to <t, (tone's, ir"*1- 1-3
cash, halancc 8, 12 and 18 months.
Dl l     r> 1Mb St. and
ouble Lorner & (.,-„.-.■•*.
cleared, $1,600; l--'l ca>li. balance 0,12
and ih months.
1 %1  ft °" '7l11 St" cl'",e '" St
I D ma  We Gorge's, cleared and fenced, jtf.OOO; 1-3 cash, bal. to arrange.
2
in Bk l, I) I,,786,North
acres   Lonsdale; 18100 Mah,
I   1  . in Block S3, D.L S78, facing
I lot M
ami l'J months
outh, $2,000;  $850 cash, 6
Lnls .'land I. Ilk B, D.L 800, slightly
over 1  acre each, $10-m each;   I-:,
cash. Imliinci- 8 and 18 iiionth-
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lliun mi . in  ,  unin was pass
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imis  lilled  in Up to d.ii
I lie motion passed.
Ud  h tt in   -''"' sin! that lhi
sen I*, s  nf a i 'insulting engin
: na   li"
prolilei lor sitt
in   ilu* iin ami  watei
i   i ,   in mint n.iitni
It   w is cniisidired  thai   th<
tt is n   I    ippol iiiin   10 de il
'a    tills   lli.il il i
I,inn Vallev, doae to car line|4HtHHHHHH44HH4H+444HHHHH44fH4HHHtHff
i  lots, "  I, K»3 ; J
"i"I"I 1 r
price, J.SJ5, cash 5375, h, n, iK
an(|   ...    Sun Realty Co.,   _2lf
l.a.llSll.lh     At
AGENT WANTED
THE EXPRESS
( LASSIF1EU AD.   I OU MNS-
i.a, u. tli        ti   md the <'! tin
a*; i urn nt mi .il .uin rtising,
Ii All *
'       * I!,     il a*   |*.  r
One Wei       .   ,*
nn.* Mont *
|...|   in alii..l
Respect ihii
Housekeeper
',.i-t,ili At.    IVi
lllll           Ulli.illlt
w.nils   position.
si. Vancouver to
POR SAI.I'
Single    H.ii.i
1). \\. Klder, i
A   ''."111 le   .alld   ..
•ppl
*a -rdSt  IV.   li
I). I. .-;;. lot I., block is,
price >*.!' . .a li, - .uul 12.
This is a  snap
1) 1, .-. i, lol ji, Block i,
price $1,250 , cash sv.. I and
12.
I). I,. .'ias, lot if*, 1 lock 5 ;
inin $I,S«kj ;   . ..i-l;, * .  ...  :
1). I. :;-., li is ,.-,,;
Hlock \ price $5,1x10 ; . cash,
", ii.
Sun Re.iln Co., .-.: I.ntisiial.
Avenue.
Tii raise mom j on *i■ :. 11   n
ol s.ih* s,, I'ierce .v Hall,      i:
l-'or Singer anil Wliiihi an
Uilsnn Sewing Machine! am
.im ssniies, call at cul' ollice,
The .1. J. MtAlecce Ury Goodi
Store, 9J Lonsdale Ave. Ila
thints sold fnr iash or t>n tasy
payment system. The Singer
Sewing Machine Co.
I,miu  Vallu   Acreage  Beau
nnil location on I)  I.. ?i( *
acres In in $700 i" S750.     Sn
in about this.
Sua Realt) Co , $2 Lonidale
Avi nm
CHIMIN VI, F00MIARD1
\i-:ss
Kxpi
\\, .in righth proud ol   lhi
in.i'ini..em    scenery    in   om
greal rui is and evin citizen
has the hearth sl wi rd ol wel
ninii* for .ill wlm come to viiil
these 111.11 nl. ol nature. Itui
iln* reports coming in ol lhi
recklessness "t some 11 our its
it,.is in uoing i" placis nt ex
11\uu- dangei are si..
nnd tu* in eai noi be surpi isi d at
ilu disastrous results, Civic
authorities   are   powerlesi  t<
ileal tt llll sm ll pi-rsnlis.    t'nfnt
iiiii.iieh    is   it    usually   Un
1.mnl tiillmt
ers ol tilts, dali del ll il dividual wlm -ulnr. 1 tlntik I 1111
jusiiiitd 11 characterizing thi
actions nl sin h leaden ai critn
inal I'li'lliaiidiiU'ss and ll e tais that the triiniu.il code does
not iit'iiii' ol tlia in being   pun
ished,    Cl 11.iinli   lln t   are llior*
.ilh re .]i insihle for the < >um
i|iittties . 1 their idiotii teik
lessness   ind  that fact  cannot
lie loo 1 li 11 li   stated to lllllll. I
am Vi'iirs truly
ALKX   PHILIP
A Literary Column
hai Aiiout BojIw & Wi I :-
NOTICE
Notici   is Initial given  lhat
R, .1, 11 nn Int is ii.. longer 1 on
tu 1 till uilh this compaaj   in
any capacity,
Till-: COMMKKCl VL TRUST
tk LOAN CO. LTD.,
in 705 Kobson Su en
NOTICE
A llli 1 I'.ll     ol  lln   Noi 'll I,nils*
dale    Rah pavers'   Association
will be helil on Wcdm-iday even
ing,    'illii   1st,  at  ,s o'clfxl
.l.nk 1.1.iiii 1 s -.'in*. corner ol
Nye -.nni .m'l I.'.mil.ih Vvi
Important man. is ailnum tin
disiiiit «ill I., di cussed and
all rati pat 11 In thi poi tion
"i tin- dist 1 n 1 h *rlil 1 ndeavni
to bc pi'-*'in i"
NOTIl R
\"l|, * I l.l  1*   lal      *.' 1 \ a  |1     l|l,ll
.ill pi i ions indi hied to thi   *
lan   nl  lln   Iati W .  P     I'l
who dud nn iln ihiiit irh il
..I   M.iiih. mio, at iln * '*
Nnrlh Vam ouvei, B. (     ire tt
quired   to   p.n   thi   .- -.j.■ nnl
owed lit them respectively,   ti
the  undersigned  on   nr  heiori
Wednesday, .• 1111.   i ih, tyio,
Dated  at   North    Vnnci
this   limit hist   ii.n   ..|    \|
mi". R. A   I'l- AC I- I
Ad:: ini  'Liim*
l.ACki)^
M
in
Tin   olhi ial  1 .       *     . ui ilule
toi    ' 111      •       ll     I llO   In i
\ .an*ouvi i   iii'l   New IVestinln
sti i"i    ivi n e   lollowi :
June  i   Vanc'r at Wi unin ti i
.lune n   Wa  ■ mii at V.iin'r
June   if)   Vanc'i   al Weatm'r
(Exhibition
\n tmin 'i i at \ *m* 'r
'   ii  r at West
Lei at Vam 'i
.   Wi stniinsti r at Vam i
Vanc'i  ii w' 'intr,
:   Vanc'r *.< Wistmin
.inh i
.lull -
An- '
An '
-, pi      Hi train at \ ■i"1 :
helil I *   V,nn'i  at '■■'
Omai K a\ i.m. in tlu R nl a.i i
Mil     lallK   Us,
"Think in ihis li.iiiiinl    ai
avail serai,
"W lluse  i|.*..m,us  are alter
nutt Ni In and Daj
"Hoe   Sultan   alter  Sultan
uuh l.i*. pomp
"Abode lus In.ui nr im. ..ii
mill   ll   *  U.ll ,"
and tlntil   one :na\  and still  i.i
txtiisnl from ,i. ci piiti;: Ins nan
a IU    1*   11 tt Ila lllll      lit piClllls   s
iiii futility i thought and ol
action i" alliiI the deatinii
min,min
This is an age »*hi n under ■
constitutional government mm
is apt in esteem lomcwhal
lightly iin Influence "i ih.
iln*.in m iinini ud wnihl pi,it
tiis, imt reii ni event! have .lis
. I" .al iln i.n t th,it iiui within the limits ol conititntiou*
■ tiiiiini    ilntt*   is   al.iin
dam  room lor the making m
in.iiiin:   a.i reputation! and  ...
Tin   III., hllias wlm hale I.lid
down iln n ii inptiralitiei daring
,ai .nn.i*i compicn n a >.
uiipli s ol a makei .md a mai
im ol  ii put itions and o|   ih,
\     ol      lillliialiit.illanisiu
lh   U.ii. itj the late Km ■    Kd
ttald   V II   ttas ..11  Ins atnssinli
lln   ltl)j., I   ,,1   , i.n.nl, lal'le    | i
lll.ill'.ll    as    to   what    plan      Ilt
should ull m ihi innai  ol  iln
ittiliiirlh a, ill mi \        The    linn
-*l   III*,   li I* II   Il.i • i    l.n II   a
vindication  nl  In    high  oflice,
and m it in 'ii' 'i ulit in merits
iln di un.i'...ii ..   Kdward  lb
■eanaiili On lln "ilm hand
l.t-ap. 11 II  ascended lhe throne
i| I'I nidi rs amid happ) lUgnr
ies, iiiiiii      po   i< n nl great
pull III i.l 111 '.      [ol   |1  a. a     ,i        lln
miti "i .a Kuropean bnfler
ilai and iim the wreck be
il.nl. "I l ■  amid the
■mii.iii. n *   *i  his   ni'iiiis, a
nti to let ni and n morae, the
whom   he ini^hi
ive hei iding  acnius
i   peaceful .ni   ni
hilll aiul  In**   a: i Ills , nl\ tin* le
i thi bodies and souls ol nan.
So nn ml Omar s ma ii shad
..iv show   It - j*a ratelj
,limn*.
about. :** I
i  ,  in.i*!'
*.*
I'lal d  111  .i i,    e  mil
die Is lhi
Round whii    ■ i   phantom
WILL HONEYCO
the sen 1*a a i local agenti in
\ rth \ nncoiiver and i
m the country Good "pen
if  real  eitate and  othei
alismeii in   tart with chanci
a*        ,|a|'    |*l    a  *   ,1 111 C .111    Ot       ,lll
llllSS H^
iHRAD OFFICE, THE CANA    \-
DIAN HOME IMVE8TMEN1
CO   LIMITED,
Robson Sire, t,
in Vancouver, 11 C
Capilano Car Extension
:: Lots three minutes from this cariine, with good soil, drainage and ::
Hie   can.nn a"   iiome invesl  ;•■ • I- /->| • .j I J    I        I    . . ••
,,„ company, Ltd., require j; scenic surroundings. Uose in, with good road already to property. ;;
hrough" jj Inside   lots,   $250;    Corners, $300.     Only $25 down and UIO a month I
Martinson & Co.
62 LONSDALE   AVESVE
SOUTH VANCOUVER,B.C,
I'iii.iic /,-,,-. P.O, En Tl
llllll HIIHIIIIMIIIIIIIIHHHHWIIII llllll 1111 HI H4HHH»H4H
SOTH R
N'otice  is hereby given  that
H   i   Hinchej is no longer au
I In aii/eil     to    sell     Investment
Home Producing coatracti or
to i i pi. vt in  iilis company in
.mt capaciti
CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT CO.  LTD.,
in 705 Robaon Strei I.
Vancouvei
NOTICE
inilii iu I.m rn, •, inu per
sun iu the CitJ "I Nnrth V m
couver who is ilu owner, po*
■eeeor nr harborer ol i dog oi
hitch, is required lo procure  ■
linllse,   the  In   [or  llllllll   is >->
t"i i dog, .nnl ^. lor i hitch
All persons an hereb}   aoti
imi   that   this   Inlaw    will   In
uiiiL   enfoi nl and am   vio
Iation ni said bylaw renderi thi
persi.n   violating   the same   li
able  t"  pen.iln   ni lion   and
. "sts
itt utd,i ni the Board oi I'n
lice Commission!is
ARTHUR DAVIES,
ti Chid "l l'olicc
Another $25.00 Sel ol Dishes
CIMN WO IRII.
I he 11 lutilnl si t ,at diihi i,
given Iree to tin- uw n "I
K*.tai Slindinl Floor, has
been wun   In   Mis.  Jnhn
I nun i. Cipilino.
Wi Li" inothi i set wiiting
fnr somehodi: It miy be you.
Hli    Kllltl   SIAMIAKI)
HOU III HI.
sSpecialthisucek
White  Pnlalnes,    i'.OO satk
C. R. HICKMAN
Grocer and Butcher
Phone 411
111 Lonidlle Avi nue
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
REAL i:sl a 11 . LOANS, INSURANt E,
Na art li V.iiii'nmir mnl Vinceuvel
lilt nml siiliiirlnm Pr.i],i-rly.
A' r,'ii|*i'. siili-lniMa ns.
btitei niiiiiiiKi-il, Kiiiit I'lilli'i'ii-il
llll'llll'..    Clllllll'ia
igreeaMBti ef Wei "Hmealid
loot ol Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver, B. C.
TELEPHONE -, P. 0. BOX 114
VV. II   .1,	
1 11,.,a.
Nelson Manf g Co.
i.si-i .'iNtiii;, I't.i   1
H. V. 1.1 III 11 1" '« Mn 1
AWNINGS
'    TENTS
SAILS
N. NELSON. Proprietor
Kl IMM KS
and CONIR\f-!0Kft
Matwn. Jiif'-iy lims., 511
Dominion 1 rust Block and
I 15 Lonsdale Ave., North
\ .unamr, ttft prepared to
give pnees (or any rl.i*- "I
liuilding in any di*li'itl. C j...ki
and reaable WOR at a reason-
alilr Inllie.
F-':"'V:-|
PAINT TO LAST
nnisi Ik- mixed according  to
ilu* ,itiiii.s|ilunt conditiona it
must unit Only an CXperi
eiind painter is aide to siiikt
tin* pist proportion! required
d.r '
OUTSIDE PAINTS,
Observe wme "I the homes
mu   pass   and see   the paint
peeling ofl, Tins should nol
in    li could imi happen with
onr paillls Ise mir tt-lel rated paints il inti wish ilu-
must   laiting iiittt.   it
lust   iii  the ili'I
Stoney ®, Co.
11; Lonsdile.     , Pbooe i.py
TAKI-; NOTICE that the
Council "i the Corporation ol
the City  "i North   Vancouver
intends in ii'iistnitt as a work
nt I.mai Improvement the grad
ing (to permanent  grade)   ol
I.misdale An.  (ruin  lhe   south
line ni Thirteenth Sunt to the
Nnrth line oi Eighteenth itreet
ami in conitruct a macadam
tiuilwai with mitabli iinli,
and a h-lnni concrete lidewalk
nn each siih nl said avenne be
tweell    tilt    pnlllls    ,llliive    lllell
tinned ; Under siili scititin (2:)
Set linn 256 ni ihe .Municipal
Clauses At t and inlitnls I" as
sess the linal mst  thei t*n(   upi ill
the real propert} Ironting 01
abutting thereon and to Ik*
benefitted thereby, and  that  1
statement slum ing the lauds
lialile in pat tin said assess
ir.i-iil and tin nanus ol the mill
ets thereol, Ml lar as 1 an In* as-
tt It,Hind ll*'in the last    Ki l 1 -.ed
Assissim-iii Koll is non "ii lil
iii the office "f the Clert of the
Wiiniiipnliti ami is o| en loi ill
ipection during office honri.
The   estimated   ensl   of    llic
il»n.*r.ar"..'.i,'i.*r'.      |,r"l"'r,v Affl
SlOM mi'i A'l'lr.'-*
\lr«. Cnmmh p,
III7I llurrliivStri'i,
VHMNVW
(lan. Tutl'ir,
.:n:i l':nnl,ii' sin-el.
Vtni'iiiiti-r.
Jll, I   K.il
.*,ir,'"i HalnlibargaW,
Vaiiiiiui'i-r.
P, .1.  I.iir.l.
care nf 1'nily I'mvini-i-,
tim 'llt'T
Mi— Minnie Lceiii
I'.M1' iii-iiriiin Str.i-I,
\'iii liter.
ll.l.
Sin
'is
*'.!"
Ml
Ml
■Ms
.'.I'l
m
Block
:i:
:in
erort is Twi utv l-'ntir Thousand
Three   Hundred   and    Ninet}
Sj |. inui dollan, n( whieh Ss,
"i>- 25 is to be provided ont ol
the general fundi ol tha Muni
lip.llllV.
I       Thomas SHEPHERD,
Cit}  clerk
North Vancouver, B, C.
\l,n   1 Sl ll,   14I0.
There  is set  fnl ill  ill   llie  Inl
lowing f'"'t nnu- the names nt
the owners nr occupjara who
have not signed the requisition
pn setiitd to ilu Council calling
upon 1 hem in conitruct tlu-
wurk nf Local Improvement i
Imu- mentioned and upon
w hmii a notice similar to the
above advertised notice has
beea served by mailing the
saint*    by    prepaid    registered
mail tn the last known plan- ol
allude nf smh owneri or occa
puis, wiih the estimated cost
nf the work and the proportion
iheieiii propoied to be assessed
.ig.iinsi each ol nch owneri or
occupieri whoet property affected is as undemotaa :
led INliiniiinl K.tiinali-il
FtODtlff       Tulal Animal
l.'t l'tay lln-til I'llinn-nt
B.         II           KM.n »1S.4H
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11
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m   5.1
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n
1.1
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1*1
1,11
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.-Kl
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504.00
504,00
KM .00
.vii.no
102,00
4:11 hi
|-.'0.llfl
110.00
ILM ihi
■Oi.'iO
■iiiiii
•J.'i.LII
H 211
23.10
II nu
21 .(HI
tl IHI
21.HI
I'KABODY'f
RAIIJIOAI)
Ivl NU I	
OVERALLS
11 .* . 1        ■    _■■ 1 1- li. r. s__m
Till      ■ a
ii.hi |,i....a..i-ii lamiiM
i| (lll'l- tlal    M"'    Ita*■! I    I'Spil*.
I'lll lllll".
Tl        I   1'*'"
PEABODTS'
UNION W
MADE b
Aiirnn te
fl  ..,.*-   ll,nl:
F„r S.I. hr
CUMMINGS
tn ui s 1 loihing,       I urnithiagt,        Mi u's,   Ladii 1. ind
1       en'i Booti lad Sha 1,
NKXT Tn I'l'KNS' MEAT MARKET
NOTICE
If you want to sell your Property, (ill in blank space and
Mail to
INKSTER & WARD
NORTH VANCOUVER
NAME  	
ADDRESS	
LOI HLOCK  D.L
HMII
mU ■>•! •• j« !♦• j*-» t»» j*» J»j4 MMlaaiM|tawtajMal
NOTICE!
Our hii.siiuss is now practically on a cash basis. This enablei us to jjivc our customers tin*
same high class j;oods we have always handled
at very much hetter prices than can be obtained
Irnin stores doing a credit trade.
Try an order and compare quality and price.
j. \, & M. McMillan
^^^-H^^^^-i»H*WHW*HW*^H*W^^-H-K-HW-H*W,+

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