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 \ uilliin- HI
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9 tO ., ., ____     „es     ,, .,  i
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Victor^
Ndkth Vani'iiiivkk, B.C., FRIDAY. Septbmbm 0, IM'
Number 27
Council Recommends Purchase
of Mr. Hammersley's Interest
in Lanes Property for $15.
EXTENSION OF LONSDALE CAR LINE SUGGESTED
Hi- Wui-liip the Mayor mul nil   the tint  iiuiilil enable theni In I.ui il
n ilei-iiien   wen   pn - ni   nt   Tue-ilny Mr. Bridgman, necntary ol tin*   K,
'i,.nin*.,'.  meating  nf  ll"-  'it!   council, V,    I,uml  ntnl    Imp.    In,,  wiiiit,(I     in
Tin*  liii-iiii*--  tif  the  avnlng   wai know   pirtloulari   uf   th*   -ithwuL
iiiiiiiii*. -a*hi*nie,
liepri-iiiinines   It'tni  lhi*  Ksplnnuil, Tin- UlgaMN itltcd thnl he .li.l not
nue promt in rtgard to ilu* pama- han ■ dcdnlti plnn worfad nut,    All
lent   grading uf  lhat itrnt Imt   iln- In- raggaitid, bowavn, an ilu-uiml
tnutti'l*    mis   laid   mn   tnr   ii    repnrt log   ul   the   itint   nnil   lhe   rntepay. is
The   lllllttel- nl  e\ lelulini;   the   I .nnsiliile 1 ll.'Ill-ell V.   inlllll  lletler   tie, ule  i n    thi*
An*,   a.'lr   Illlt*   ilat-   ills*,   ilitl*mlllt*etl. Iiutilli*  nf  -iilewulks   lhe!   le.plilell.
I'ini..-pniiil.nn* n.i- nnil us folloWl! Oii motion iif Ahl.  liuin it vn. ri*
I'min   th.* Mi-..-   Dawaon, propria! lerred tu tin* Bond ol Worki un.l En-
■nan "I iln- Korth Vancouvor hoapl ginnr in bring m ■ raport,
il making appli ation lor ■   itrnt ttam the Vammvet Hubber  Com-
i.'ht item   their mil   liuspilnl   1111  l-th puny,   rilling    llml    ihey   uttileisl tod
lltt'ii   enst,  u   s|«..i,*tl   unlet*   inli*    nnl tin*    *iti     ua-  (Ifintagiplltlllg   pun-has
j vniptinn   Irom   taxation   us   theirs Ing lite ban.   A prici nf $l.in   per
tn-   a   hi'-piiatl.   Tin-    init',*'i-   uere Iimt  fm  -Jj  imli hnse ii ns quotad*
ifi'inil tn the Iiie ntnl light, the wu* Ahl.   Irnin  sniil   tintt   the   lire   —mi
et    n it'   the    taint niniitlie   re required    I .liml   feet    nilillt,until    hnse.
|p.*< lively Referred tu the lire nntl liijlit eumniit
ttom Miss  II..ma!, proprUtrm  "f tee mih poan lo nt,
lhe Si. Oaorgi'i ha'-piinl. aahiag  fnr The .in mgianr gan ai hi-  natal
|i  -iniihtr doMtiol  n-  iiu-  ijien    tin* inn  thnl   tin*  iinin   ma,,iiiii   sent    lu
..   V.   hn.piln'.     Referred   tn the Iin- the dislriel   fur nliout  S-jlll.fll shouhl
me .- iiniiiiiv. in.i attend |100,
I'lntn   .1.   II.   I'm Itui.   t'.I.C.i   inl!i- ll   van-   referrnl   lu   llu    ,*,i',l    inlllll! thnt   liuin. Allnn uml Bridgman mlttw,
ul  Usui iipp.aiitieil I .pc.ini en   mil .1. ii.  I'minei.  I'.M.l'..  un-   pn ent
*,*   i iifer uilli   lhe e Iv  iiiuniil in uml  sniil  lie had   received  the nniiutil
■s|n„*i   in nn niljiistnieiil  nf  the I.inn uml It  m.iilil In* pin.i.l Inf..re ih.* .1-
*l
ulley  pipi line.
Mr.   Knimei   nn-  pit'iiai    uul   nskitl
r tin eiiily  nppiiiiittnelit.
t    n.i-  i,-,,li.*,l   tu  meet    nl    Ahl.
nth', ttllite nl  t'allll We.liiesilny even
THE SECOND NARROWS BRIDGE
tui  * iiiina il  ut  iiii curly ilnte.
Ahlf Smith ipii'atiniiril tin* right   «f
1 Ila- .'liLMIleer  l.l  interfere   ill   lhe  llllll let
Alil. Smith i|iia-iiatmtl the righl nf
lhe ennintsu lu interfere in the mutter nf billitiL' the raua.
V,   It,  Wi-luit   iiunlnl   In  know    il
tint>■ -Au- northing in lie don nn IVi
right,      lleferreil la.   ,„,, * „( |,ln. imr Ind -treei  I.i n per     _mi*t will  prmel,*  the  tnii-i..   Bill imiiltg'l  ivnterlnillmellt   -I nllhl.  then*
itiunent grada,  li haul baa pi..in-i'i   t,„,.f ,„,„,, ,„„. ,,( ,i„ ,,„,., popnln nm. mm- ,.f tha maoa wbteh h.is jus
poot.
A     KoltciUir    ll.*i.|   in   ..uini.. tiun
tll    sum,,    t un     detaill   le    the
al'    I .lh,'     11  tta
eiiajnuvr.
[ -'111111   Messrs.   Hull!,  aitul   Wtalk, ill (1*1 attlrlltinll   ailinlll   11   week  nun  hilt    It el
fa-g     llllll     the!    lllllllll   prepnlt*     the sin,*,,   Us 11   -t.lel 1 .11 k,sl   ull   A   llilllsV , V
raaaaant     nf    .nle   ,,f    '.'nil    itreet .use.   The prenent ..lute uf nlliirs wn-
nuuli the lui.   ll imin.u.L*! ptepm holding   up  InQdiag  ncaratinta,   In*
non   in poneiiaon ol Mi.   Hum-, mid.
'eiTnl   In   Mil.    Mi Ni-i-li   in .inlet       Ahl,  M'Aeish s,ti,| tlmi it  hi   th,.
th   Mi-.   Hamuli* i.1* 1   ie   ilgaing Inlntion al Ihal tinai to promd with
u\*   Iter  equity, the    Hulk   lint   the   grade   .null ..!.*!-'
■'min Imu. Waghon aad aTwjran, had   latarvmd uml   wath hmi   hm
■III.   Inr   Mr.    A.    Bt,   'if"rite    lllllll ,lclal,sl.     Ile.iiles   this   un.   the    pm
,-i,*i oilntag i" -ill i" ihe .ii> ti tiun „f panhaah-g aad at-t-Mtag M T'"' fmmAe nf ii.e nh anan*adti
,,,!.. 1   ul   |,r.,|.'ilt,*s   111   the  .ity    tv -lr,..|    ifamjh    the  lule    Hiimincr.lei    mathlng    "ie,    IMB8.       llnly   nn.
piu'iertl    mill    iu   thi-   ,1,1,11,., t inn     the    Pi''..'  nl ii.ti..*!*;,.  „n   the   \.till,     \ 111, ,,f
,li-tril,iiti f  a,,si  uver  the    uhnh-   "> '   •* lam win hehl mer 1,. the
lln\. I*'. I,. ('AII'll'.lt-l'OTTIlN, M.IU\
iih.t mil fuituiilly opn  iln* Notth VanoMVW   11. .11 i. ull niii    l'.\ltil iiit.it   ill
the II*.ill. .lllllllll hull  lh.    ll'iul.ti 1 ,*!* uilli     ll   lighl   ii'ahi'k.    The  evhiliils
will nil he in plan nl  no-an luilny wlen     th,*   elhibltlon    -uill    lie   thrown
opn   In  the public  lllll   llf lei llnllll  visil,,rs  vvill   llml   the  -hn*   ill  full   -ilillj.
The fu iiiiiii naaaing proroadingi, hnvevn will lakl plant' this matag iod
will hi fiillnwttl In 11 grand praaMaadi 0 rl an whnh ■ lir-t rii -   tn
DISTRICT TAX SALE
The eiitiri* list  uf ui.t IH10   p
nf    Iniul   wis    e-s(ii||i   tli-pn.etl    n'
l'.i      *l.     li.     Kill 1,     I    M.l    ,       |l      thl*    all
lli. I   tn     tl,*  hold  Ui  the  tnllliitiptl u|
ll'l*   "It    llif   aiflft tt    nf    Ttl.'Slli!   list
ind fat lune, fur Wm ni  a Wl
-'     Uptillll.        I  III'     I! lia all*     »   IS       Vltlu.vl
|K,700,
ihl.  Irwin gan ii- hi* "pin nn thit
1 num ll -laa.lllal .'l.ivpi the nlf.'l
,),s 1 |n the rnlllullllntiull ll,,m 'lie
lu*.   iiilt*ir-l,*,|      ll    Wus   11   iple'tiun
auhing the bnl nf it aaa, nai'al
-11.,1 ihroagh ti„* Bantaanbgi pn*
partj 'iiuhl ha aantaaWtad ihis pm
nml   [.unit : nl   the   gi nl*    ghrn
|IiI,,i1lTiuiiI   the   -tteel.
Ud, Ma Kahh mid hi ihl aol -tnt.*
tletinitely Iiiii  it sen-, hi- .le-ui* tu pm
tTtsI    ll-    tpil.kll     |1    | ii'l"'.
Mi   M.Keu-ie, whn U huililinif   four
In.ii-t*-   mi   Unl   streei   itcnr   Sl.   Du*
mi's   tnittle   :l   |s'ls.iiiiii   nppllriltiiitl  lur
np-mtiag  lhi pndnn Inl  Iti t waur mmctioa n tW hoom.
Iim«ltin,->s  plti.etl  li.f.l.* lh.*      'in i i|,|     |,,u„   .,,1,1   ;,   „„,   __   „,,inj,,n
nvimiatl lum it  im-  the U-l   -h.in-   lh,lt „a,.h _9m ^nM hnu, , Wl|„v
U* ilnn,..   "It wn. .hnwn," nii-ai-iv-   ,.„,, ,,,„,„,, ,„,„
Ml   Ma\,*i-ii, "thut Mt. Banna     rjn mnti.nt Alt). Irwin', nggariioa
,*   llllll   hllll   ttlfels   nf   itlltl.tHlllfurll ,,|(.(,|   „!„,„
fartka."  II.* knaaW Uttlram'i     n„. ,|,,,k ,,.,,,,,,,.,1 ,|tnt ,1,,.,*,.  »n.
»• i"ii. oal)  "lie ti'tulet  in lm  the In, nl    im
M.l   innn -iiit.tl iimt he  iiii.f!!-.!  prantwU ..f M ihnt,
,a       \|| llallllllla   I   -l.'l       ll'   llll      III      11      It'll
.ii,vi 'am aan lata conridmtlog •■'■i""""-'l -uh- aUah will he bald n
uml  iispliltsl iitlenliiili. ll"' -;""" I'1"'"  ""l  ,l"   *:""" hntirni.
.,      „ .1.1 1    ,1       lue-alail   nit,   Sepl.   Kith,    lilia n    nlli
Mr. Vaaton aantad m knnw if  tha
iinpiniemeiit ill tlmt portion  cd  fad
oilier    impartial    nnt    lllken   t.p  fiaaii.
bul   Tiiwihii'-  -uh*   will   I'■   tiu..i 11 1 111
up nt nitflinn.   The luml-  -nhl    mu
pl,i''ti, ulli   nil  tUlUliviil, il   intu  Inl-.
I*-   ln*,!i',|   thut   the   uller   U'    1    * 1 :
llllll       thill     lU ■    l's       I"
nl   doling   the   Ittnitnii   I i'i
tnd.
III. Ma Vi-h 11,1- nl tll* -nine ilpin*
,. He .tiled thnl ptviiuu. tii the
ifetellie  he  Wuuld   lml   lune iiunii lit
RATEPAYER'S COMMIHEE
INSPEQ
llepri'-i'iilnliias [ruin  tl„*  r,it,'pni* 1
aialllllllttll*     |ltllt|||a|,*||     ,lll|      la,     tile    tl'fst
a-l ix portion nf the tity y.sler.lny tll
t.tti.mil nml ItllfrtH tlu* sulitliviiiun
uf *l. I'. Fell, I).I.. .Wi, »h,r,. it 1. un
a|a*l-l I    llll'l,*    I-    ."llll*   lli'll' llll)*    ill «'l
taining the ipproral nf the citj n
'li'pnitnieiil.
Th,'  wnnl.  nf  nne uf  ill,   tm inU'l -    at
lhe pnrty nte thit  it  wiiuhl le imtir*
nu;   I   gIMl   1.-pa,n iiili'i    fur    the
On mniiun „f   MT.  Smith  the time   """"  "'"' '
1,1,,  -p,ni,',| mam m gMag  th'-  on ntaatbd In ..ne ank. '' '* ";,il1 lh"  I'" Aw'""'  ''' '
,   the  U'1,,1',1   ,,(  -nnte  tU^H, lie  fnitli,*,   ,,, ,,|   ll,a„   there   wn-    '*   •  Ml   «*Wl  I     -">''  i  iU
lli. Wur.inp ragnttad thai lhi dtg   mt} ..ne ,.*„,,„ ,„ |.„ il„. local  im   *'"""   *"""   "' '"■'   * ''  ,1"'  " '
,,!!,,,,   ,|„*   |.,„, .   hill     nflel , pi,.!.*lll.*lll   nl   l.mi.ilule   Ale.     U.|>ie,„    I" "I   ""'I   'lu'   "I'l '''   '"''     '' '   ''"
lillh nml  IM  »lrcet«.                              v*'1 1>"lnu    '
ll    an    ...i.-i.le,,*,l    thul   the     Itest ■ 1* i-nn.leint.ailtl ll.aL'  mth, -lute
Willi*      pin', i- nil     i-
.. the ,,ti   Ituuiiilnty wiiulil be l.y,Iny    '" "<•'    '"   ■-""     ■'    !l"' 'l'""     "     ■
l,,l„„ thonght thai ih'i   in  mo 1 paculiar
lln in.ilint,  ul  Ahl    Mlllth   il   W„. te     b   -i"'"'"1  ' "    "       y-  ""    " ""l!
sitliisl   l.t   tin    Ihe   lml   impiuiemenl    ■*•   I"'   »*•"   * ' "'n
i.f limdili Ave. itnm iMh  -tne!... »'1, " I    '"' *•'   '" •"""'
the. in 1, i.lu.i b} ,l,u Uhor, '""   '"'" ""■ """>
Ing  lhe -irii't   iiiiii
111 oidtfa loi practl ail a .*
Alil.
<|    lu    pill
"e   .nlilelvll. .*   II   wu-   -hnwn   thul   lhe
1   11111-1   piinhii-e  nr  lureier  fnrago
Ititn Ihem,   Ile -UI11I  iil-n   thait it   phm in whiih lu do this wmk nii'l mi   ""'",*  l-',,"l  "
,atiii*t|  lh,  -pint   *.l  .mile  inilivitlilail-
11,   .ni,-.-   Mi    Bmmrdaj*   aitlnd
a.l   ullensl   lum   »:lll.l:l"l  Inl   llli«    |tl"
It!      nppalli'llll.!    LT   lile   pnl|
P thlllltf   lhi*  > callliir  <il>   up.
Mil.   Smith   iliil nnl  think il an
nh 11 j tuns uffrr, lm- if llie tnxes
I Vie niinii' up H  imiilil   mn.tint lo   a
111 idi a iltl, mm,     •
It    wus   n-rivail   111   ni.i.pt llie    nllel
.ilil.--1  lo n  iiititi.iiliini In ih.*   mt'
In hm    lm    "In h  mil    I"'
11I11111I tnl.
Kiaain tha North \iiiiiiniiii I uul k
iupii.il in, ,it in. agnate] lo rounrll'i
nli'iilimi    lu  I'l" ,s*t|   uilli    llu*    I* * il
tnpi ui enii nl   nl   tin   l'-|'l il.i'le.      I ll y
.1  ain.l  i.tiilit-  1 hIIhI f,,t    1'
.1.  A. M'MilInn, nitnllii 1  ,,1111,1 niiii
iippmiiine »liih* thi- wmk  I *
nil In n.k Inl the I'Mi'tl-iull ill the
. nt line in tin* nli Uiumhii!. It WU
tin    Dll]    lln   I"   lhe   ' it!    llllll lliil   lliil
tvn.h the ili.lri.l.
Ahl.   Inin un,'I   mill   M'l    M*
Hue   nml   tiiiiiiuhi   ii  ihonld wl id
■OIM 'li-lniiie intu  'la'   'li tti* I,
llll      llltltinll      ,,f      Mai       Mallll.
S.llilll/  il   nn-   11-nliril   In  annfer with
the   II.   I'     I la tli    l(!     '
III*, llutl
1 h. ngiam njpnrtal ii> lollowi nn
-fag  nn   lhe   -liis.t,   | aiml    nu    -in.ii     uiiiiiiil    Hwa     IU"
aiiil  he Tui  iiui   think  thnl   it  wuiihl
a   th* I I   nil! ,
Mi   .1, B, in   1 lied thai tin M   \
1    ,v  1   1 0, luel iboal -'Hi hat   m
oath   i.l.* ind ibool -'',| h 1 m  ti»'
Sorth -i'ir nml hun . II M lis 1 mi ii,
north -iih-.   He uou hi hk, lo
. it,   ill    lllllll/  pul   111   f    ill     mi..
limit., mirk (.. U* -lirte.1 M Ihl
I i.n.ihile \t, liuin IM -Ii'i' I" 'I"
.111 limit-, wnii in In- -tiilis! ""
the  .in',   iniiiiliii*   unihi   local    im-
pm , lotal ... 1 II0-M0, ro«l 1 1
ail!    |70O,     in.t     In    tl.illt*lL'e   |U"|»i
ll'ulllillUisI  nil   pulte   "'I
It  wns fmthaT tiflirmcl  ihnt  n   .-Ul
hn*. Usui maul** appKiai hing  lie* bridgi
uul lhan tl *
tn,n- lm', hm iln..un rn,
,,( ii.. rn nl whan tl,.
1,1   1,111111,   ihem.
iniui pointi aan notad which  * K
lie imnrpninteil mi*    ,   i.*i nrt    to   li
'"'   -iilnnili.'il   I"   ii. i|   11 \i
M"l..l.l!,   al   Ip* III   111" III'      * I    I	
lal    '■■     (aa,     ||ll-    |'UlpU-,
ii 1111 mi* *i
ll allia!     ,|     thli     |h,    mllllll    II    I
U.   urged   na.1   tn   dgi lhi pi HI   a,I
ihnujli   ilu   ,i*_*,
llul   1111  1 m ll r. If  iif  ll umil.
Mt    K.litiii |i
••III    "f     I"      III    ill,     Ml *a
■r ol Iii    i.*i   ai"i Bt   lit
!l,
POLICE COMMISSIONERS
111 iinin-asl itiels   i.ith   Mil
i.u- Mn pn ding 11 tl 1 "ninn liom
• In, k-"ii    nml    M,*\ei-h    pr,-,in.    nu
111     ill,    a  [ty       hllll     llli-    ttlaalll   ,1     . I   ll  '
I! i • I.-     !\ al-   ill   III l,lai!,*in, 1 .
Tnn-tlllile H.ll, lllln hn 'll'll do
iiiL' t. inpiutiiy iluii iii the ntitlyin
dbtricta, im- put ..11 parmanaotljr,
I'uii-iulil, .lai.k-.,n reported thai V,
)..   K.s'lie    nf   I Tl ll    -II.Tt     lilt-    ll in
Iiunl,leal   with   having   h's   fruit   ui
. lllllll   III.*,I.IL.I   liilli,    la*  uf   tie ini,
bring   -luleli   ami   <iilin 1 1 •■    il    11   !*  I
lii, 111 niiei  an lahand t" th** pt ■
li,*e   10   111!,-II.
The polii, 1,*p,,tt i. r lulv mul Ai,
goal uu. sailtnuitt'.l u- full,,,-ntil nl
upled ;   l.airatti!    I J,   urti.l, n   loll   II
llltiale-    fonOd     IS,     -UlVt     llllht        ll|aa
,11 ii'ii bandog 19, Ira atimitd   ■
hv polin IS, plai'e- "f hu .*
opn  nfter   hoan   H.   bqairin   l»
tni-.iii^ panon I" aad -uniniui- -.ii
ell  %.
Thirty iiie ms,s wm ttit'ii it tv
panoaal cowl daring tl"' two ■ mth
'llie   I llll    keep*!'   I**|l* ,1 le, |    .tlip   If,'I
itlL'   1    linr-e.    I    Ml    ,,ll'l   I   dflgl   1 I  .'ll'l
utiil I a uu- mul A 9tp in attgtlat,
llll I ■ 1111NI    M\\\i,lll   REHIOKI
Mr. I., ll. Dodgo, fat mn yenr.
pn-t iinngn ..f tin- lot T i*i ia h n
the It. ('. Talaphooa C pany'i ini..
thht . in. Ims nt Igaad U   i *
-lli **   I.ike   .IF'* '    **li    the   lll-t  III Hi
mllei   Mi    ll .1.*.* i u- in i . triad 'I
finitelt   .ui hi- liitute i
hn« bart  ' guring lor saam,* iim, ,,,,
ni'ii*    uf   hi-   nnu.
STEPS TAKEN TO SETTLE
WATER DIFFICULTY
ll    I   pouibilitj    thnl   n   iiiii
lit!    * "I* nnnl   will   I.e   nniieil    ,1   I.
iii  iiiiii tli.nia i i,.un. il   Ii
■•tilt  lha vtat'T ilispute,  in
* lll.lll g    lh'*     l.t llll    N.lll. 1     llllllll llll'l     'la.
* ■  nhn,
" *■ I  HJ     111   * lllitt in      I *
brid   ii   M'l.   -tnitlr. nlli IAmI*
botwm   i, pi,
frum  lh, .iti   a mn, ,1  nmi  t,lllM     \\
"<<itt ih,  diitricl
in Informal ,1 s-i,,n   t,,,i
i.'i   'li : i load that   lhi
II    "f lha .liiini i,„- «,.|*, ,|n
1     .ui"   niainn r a I    Will ll
tgf "-I    ui,,i, m ihii
;|.     lllll    ll.        .I,Italia,.1     I,,    the     ll.a'l
I"      '' "il       I,    |.,    *r |     |. | ■
■      lllll'll   ll   I
* h "I'    "'    ■ I"i  in   win i
Itn thrown bat k to
IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS UNDER WAY
I he ilireetnts ol  llllir.inl   lnht    I nn
uti ami Bridgi Company an evi'leni
li Inving nn atari iinlrieil i" liitther
mil!"! with te_'aiil tii the * iiinnieii*,'
iiniii    nf    aituul  .atllstriii lia.n   uu   the
bridga it Hacoad San*!!!- ai ih.
ouiiesi pa,-siiii,, iini,*.    Bavaral mm
Ingl ol the .lirealnts hun' heell hehl
tli line, lit lvlli.lt inatleis uf ioipurt
unt" hnve lieen iniisiilei, il.      It 1s   un
daratood upon noaUaBI mthoritj th il
tii.   Board   lama   lha   et"* t i
a bridge uf the letnl-high level i!|"
ih.* Hum* uf «liiali wonld bi Bltj-Rva
lis'i uliiiie hit.li waler mark. li is
thoughl   thnl    nliile   nm  kintl  11  ii
.ll all     pan   WOuld   I'*'  ii"*e*s;ill   ill sm*'*
ti bridge, n*i lhe batan 11 In   wl i* h
Iti     it,..*   littatltl   he  fispliifil   it" ihl    I "
vary lew. Iniatnii h us narlj all   the
i' Ir* ll iiuiilil hnve una-., n to
puss lh * lil nlje WOnld 11 ilVe In p -
llllilfl*   ll   lit!'.-live  Mt.    Tha*  a \ .   *
nl iiniii   -put   In lie niltipti"!  ll
ntnl r   . *u   di iiii'ii      I In- ''■'■ * '"I   t"
ihe waterfront n lha K< rth S ore,
fi• .in u bright n' lifty li,e leet ironl 1
•ml   he   in .any   mi!    I   .lill'.nil     | i"l'
em. It is reported th it Mr. fardell
who  danlgned  ind lupnrintended   lh
..it nn. n.ui ..f tl..* I ram iha   br 'I "
nul whu lias at te I  in the same .*i| a
in*   with raped i*. bridgei   in   i'n
ill*   nl    \ nllntll!* I    I U-    ll.ell   •*. Il-llll.il
mth   neper!  tu   the typi   ..f brhlge,
a*l, *.,     1,111     llll'l     ll     ,1*  l'.i   II     llili     1  lllllllll j
ba pnetpoaad unt I lhi mini muni
■ ipnlilie-   raharribilag  lo  lha coat   0
lhe  liliilL'e  h»Ve  appnilll.il   ll.er  i"|'i"
..■ninii!,*. mi the Board,    Whal   tla
plans nr, miiipl.tiH ii will 1>'
 •e--al'        lu      (urn alil       ihein      In
tittawu     f,,r     the     approval     o!
the tli'patrtmenl   nfler  "hi h   il   is    the
Intention   in lorward  eophi lo Rag
nul uml nlli,i pi a* s iii uliler lli.-ll
th, hiriri-t ai'l U*-i '"ini'aiiiit. mui
lime   opportunity   tn   -ulimil   tetuler.
"i-  lh it-mi  Inm  "f  ll.e  bridgi
lhe Companj l,t   inwiadad in aah>
ng am agnatnanl mih the provineial
'uiernnient    whialt   anann   In     them
mn ol gnvernmnt Iniuls at tha
location nf th,. bridge br aaproachn,
■ I,, line mil, I,.i the tuilwny Irum
h, indga ,n-i aiml u-i ha- alnad)
ba n   pi.pal.sl  mul  il   is   pruliailiV  lhat
a'tei l.ut lie    rtiuti-    will   U'    stirie\"il,
all running along or neu tin*  watat
front,
, ll is leal ii.'il fnun a mn-l Ifllul le
-  " llial   Munii  T'nyhir of \ nn i u
ver lllll  1 tllllli'lltl  In the llllllll..' a ..111
mittie nf hi- .■nun. il thnt n l.yT.n' b
silllinilteil In the rntepavets |u s.,1.
-.nlu. tun hundred thoinaml dolll
in niii nf lhe bridge ami thnt lit,
[ mntn-r ba aiiiialuilel nnl,mt (mil,,
ilelny.
Application will !»■ ■ d   at tha wl
*      "f      IIM      Il"lll|l*l"ll      |  lilli III I'lll
fnr n siil.-iily nf i in as.- hundred   'la i
mai   dollan in aid nf ih" ami.iin,*
tion ..f the bridgi ind ihe diii
hni, ,1,11   *a,utiili nea*  tlial   they   will
li, altl,  tii pr nt  a ens* hand u i
bona i'uii* multi alt,miy nmapli h
etl, loohiog tu iiinni tl il, liil*hlllli; op
, iila.li-   whit h   lllll   I i" un*   fnim   the
government il Ottawa, cordial   son
plimi , with il.* ir petition.
i  Thi litiin.-iul   i|».ii iif the  bridgi
problem is lharefon . f ■ n*tton Ihal
|   ,1     il 11,   \ I IU** ill,*     a  ,1   l-lllla   ti     II        ,l'
lln*    bridgi   ai-     II   its   the   tl,   ■
detail,    le'i'lltsl    In   llllll, e   ,11,1   le     Uf
rungml,     The   nuni.ipnliii.'s  nn     tin
■*aai|li   Slant,   au I   lie   provim i 'I    It'll
I *■*'   * *  *l .1 I I
I il   ol  M',iH),*i,t I    i   in   llu- U> aaltl
etl 00,000 (rum lie .ity iif Wit.uii
!  r   umi  .<:ih,i»ii  Inun  the  lliunin nn
'.'aaiallllllellt.       tilt'      tlltjll       ill       - i Lt 111      il
niitlllll-   lit  Sl.lnn.llll  wilh   ill,*  Mllaiill
ihl'   111 lun ipnliln-   nil   the suulh      hai"
nl   lhe   Inlet   vet   10   11 ar   (ma.       At*
' ilm  lotal nisi  nf  tin* striii'lur.*
limited   at KjmflM, it i-  arUnt
ihnt    ihere   i.   eiel!   r*n-nn   lo    eon-
u,|e   llml   pm. ti* alii   the   entire  GOOl
..I the bridga iiill I ti"'I wiih-
nut   mi!   Ill* i-e  uhntei.r  nf   th, lint ■
I rOWlOg  pnllel-  ill  the  Iniiipniiy, whi.li
rn* tUtflSt,   II, ii,...  nut  ..till   i     th*
liun'i im.' nl the bridgi tei I t" a
Iin,in*nil  probim nf the nin-t  element
111    I'halltli let,   lllll   II   splcllllill     rC-CIVe
ii, a! ulii, h will go a wry lonL-
v.,! mii ani lh.* -ii*. .--ful iiinni.ing nf
ihe e,**s| ,,( mill! iv aiiii-ltitetion on
Uuh  -ith- ..f  the  Inlet     Tile Jltn-[«*it-
jfnr Ihe -lenlv nml e\|.slilinu« work-
lag  nut   uf   the  elttn,   -'llittle of llliilte
'nml  rniliiaiy  euii.truitmii  are   ol   lhc
brighb
TO OPEN BRANCH STORES RECORD TAX COLLECTION
lh,   Leonard Ball ' "*. •'■ J. M..M t ity Tnaaara   Banphnqn mnde  n
      uel   M.-  i.    I l.t, l,.r  ami    Kullei record   a,,|l„|i,,tl   uf   llu-   vein's   tu\.
'line   lea-,,1   aplartel-   III   the   tun    new nil   Tiles.lal    iili.ti   iiiiiiiii;   the   day   nu
It'l..',-  non  Uin*; ere'ifl  ul   lhe   m lm  lliun  Wi.uiii un*   tnken  in      lhe
ni   ,,(  l.'lh  -ireet  ami l.misilule  Ave. stnIT lur  lhe past few  iini-  Ims  Ii.n
III.I    uill   opn   Up   Itrallall   slnl.-   tlnl, lll-luil    I"    kiep    pll.e    llllh    lite    anil*
iiinn     the   buildingi   nte   tnniplcled. tion minim; in ovei   tin   ...imtei, lio*
llu* l.funaiil Bala Co, hns lerandthi ridaa thus, ,01111111: m liy ninii.   Ihey
lorth wni oorm WOW iad J,   I.M, aipnt   even   « urenter erowding   le
\l,     ihe   si uilh We-l    *nini*l.      Me* tw,s*n  11, ,w   nnil   the   llllh,   the  ilnte  M
re,  I'h iih,i   iiiiii Kullei, il it   umler whieh the rebate eliiwu.
1 1, will it|»*ii up iii.ii   lirniu-h i;io 	
,11     III   the    stole    nevt    to   Mr.    Me-
Alnoa.   ilu- gaanl aoinnillinn
In pruiiiiite liusiness ..ti tIf hill anil
will lie 11 gIMl a'.'nnini'.'lnti.in to the
up hill re-i'leiit-.
TO 0BOAMZE A KO11THAI I. i'llll
CONSTRUCT BY DAY LABOR
Mi. II I.. >liuip. -. r, tniy ttf the
S.VJkJl, is the mm iiu; s|,iru in the
lurmnlinit nf n fnntbnll eltih in this
'eity. He thinki North Vnneouvcr enn
ptinluie nm piniii-ii.*.' nmterial nl
thi- time nml  will      nu   pi 1* tic* can
inu nut 11 winning imn mat m a
Hi*,  f.rry  iliie. Ims  at   tli.u   NglUl    | ,,| ,,r|Jaiii/
Mating   lnhl >.-iii'iii   uliaiiiniin   iii   inj; ntnl |iti.in.ttiiiL' iiit.iest in the 11.'
th tipam's a,Hi.,*  in   \,an. inner il.     ,,„ |   „,|| fa  hehl ..11   Ihui-tlay evetiiiiL'
.uini in lavn ul ttoiag the mmfag ,n -fa hull nm Ifa ffdnm Mon
uf    the    lip|.u   A.A   uf   Ifa   B,   S,     M     „„   lun.ilnle   Ale.    tu   win. ll   llll   (nut
In   .la!    Illllur    ili-teml    nf    In    |,nl|,*,.    , r.linlU     llllitnl      IO    fa
A   w,s*k   alL'n   tun   letltlel-    llele   11','i
u.l for lhi- worh lium inal lirm.,
bnl ithei were thought loo liiuh and
.* a eummittie was np
IHiintisI lo Lnvealigatl the IndbOit)
of doing il  In  ilny Inlmi   uml re|otl
a * '   ih.   en, in.. 1
1111!   being  in   the  Iiiiiii  settlement    ..(
Contractor Cotton'i loooaM 1 1
 la
Hi- ttm 1 a* M iv.ir Mav wn. in  th,
, h ni uml .'I th. dlreeton were pm
I h. 1.  . ling  wn-  eveptionnlK
abort  nml ' "cepl  fnr ifa nlmie nml n
linn        in tllels   nf   •inrespnntlcil,,
,,tliei   li'i.in.-a  wn.  Inken  up.
pie   <■111.
TO SEHLE CIH'S WATER
ACCOUNT
Hi"       'll   111* I       "".III. ll      helil    ;i    .hurt
npn -'--i'.ii mi WikIh. silly imtfagal
ulii* Ii ii mi- ii'-ti|ie,l na ,|, ,pt Clark
I ut met '■  liaure. uf llJfi.  ih liml
HH    alu,   the  ,*|H    (01    11 ller I'lp
plied ihroagh ihe Intiei's mam..   Ai
'he la-t It'inlnr tuei'lioi; ol the ili-
t't I     ..in II   1  iuiiiiiiii'.i* Tien  wai re
rum   S.   Hniiiphie
■nnt    naming  nn  ammint    liy    uhi'h
*UI|lt     aa,lllll     fa    ,'illlll-teT
Mi    I .iini 1   went  lm, k  finm   'he   I e
iluii*   nn-   Imt   n   f.w
'  th,   pni. nt    tim,
when  th"    "t.i ■■ linns  i  .nil*, t   10
thing aai.i ISO ind Igand ihe arrear.
Ulll      nil    the    I,:,   I 'liilultte'l    I I        Ma
llumphiei- nnl ihe nmniint   *l   a
,   inmielv   itl.ni   wa-   arrived  ll      IU
I   'I"   ""I ' i  "t 'Inl   ,     .    ' , ,	
,,      ,.    , h I nl  will  lie •aiiliinittatl
■■■■■■. i.     i   raanctad ....
* 1 , ' .in.  eltelision   a,f   the   H.
I I II
Mi   \   tun*, dry it" "i
a Innd "i'l ii nutl
-I.   Illlitl'-   Ale.
 .( football mil   be
a,  ,, ition   pink     ■
'  ■ tl    ail   'hi'*,*  ,,'i'lu.k
rii..   uii.l nil panon
■   iiin'ii'ii
i in allend.
in  ih,  .in   ei.umil  at   an  early ilnte
Wfal     I"     ai'llll-lllienl     Ol
meiiilnti.aiis   nn*    likeli    I.,   fa    forth
".mini:.
K. *i. i ,,,iii"iti a.i Van     ■ i  i*
li'iilisl u  hun-,* *ui iiih      i* * I'WO
THE KXPRESS, NORTII VANCOUVKR, B. C.
The North
Vancouver
Lumber
Company
Have now l good
sluck of
BUILDING LUMBEB
FLOORING
SIDING
CEILING (V Joint)
STUDDING
JOISTS
MOULDING
FINISHING LUMBER
UEDAR DOORS
AND WINDOWS
nt Bottom I'riccs.
I'rompt Delivery,
Esplanade, East
HK.VR SHOOTING SEASON
lilli, ll
The    -evei
"hlef       I.ami
through tin
shnulin*.' Iteur
the
trail
I   elilivuluin
Vt unl..n     hiitt
piaa! lllal'    UL'llitl-l     |H'I'-UI
iit nf maon hta eau
THE LIONS
Succesaful Anent by North Vancouver Party on Labor Day.
Bargii
ns in
Furniture
l|
raniteware
and Stoves
ockery
G
• •  t Al  • • •
Turner
)
ml nn awahanlng unuin^ the lollon r-
nf ihe nnil n il llu Mt lieen na-li'-i
ally hllamii llml ihere uns ;i e|u-i*,l
-eil-uti    In.in    ilie   niiiltlle    uf  .lull     laa
September,    lhe .l.-iruliiliiv ul main
taining   ihi- -1 1  maon   innuall*
uill, it i. eipei tad, iiiiii* baton iln*
provimlal axaentiva ut nn aarlj  mat
illl,'. The -uini* -lule i.f lllfalil- lines
nnl e\i-t nliln* III illl putt- ai the
plnlillav liulleler, its in unit hi I'll ll.C.
it is ileelmvil tlmt the Iiniii' is the set
tiers'  emum   .uul   i-   the  i lii.f  ile-lini
ei   nf ihe young ornhardi mul   othei:
i.'i'etiilih- nn.l fnlil- lie-uli- mum: iln
llleHlit* itoeh, Thfl rilllehels there an*
aald  tu  Until   refil-e   lu une  I,unit nil!
quarter uml ihe (travailing rondUionn
lieiie.i it ..in that -iiiiiilpi.ini uill
probably tatty 10m wilyhl whan Ug
islut illll   is  enileteil.
Weak Kidneys Make
Weak Bodies
KIUM.V   DISEASE CAUSES HALF
TIIK. COMMON U'HKS ,\\n 11X8
oK \. VANCOl VK.R I'K.oi'i I
As nne tieuk link ueukeiis n   eliuin,
-it    nth    killneys   weaken    lhe    nil..I"
ini.li   nml haiten   the Iiunl  branklng
thin ll.
tiii'iiinik. itraini, a,ihls   nml   other
■ HUM   injure   the   kiiitieys,    uml    u|u*ii
their  activity is   leaaanad the   uhnle
linilv   sitllers  frnin   tl MM  uf   mi,*
puisitn .in ulnt,ul  in  the Iilnnil.
Vhes    niial   paiin-   auul    lugMT    llll'l
niinnry   ills   a a,me, 'nnd   there   i.   tin
eiel llll milllg teliileii'V tuivurtl- lli
alleles nutl Int al llliuht's ih-en-e.
There  is  un   teal   help  fnr  the  siilierer
aVaept    ki.Iliey   help.
Booth'i   Kidney   Kill-   act   directly
till the kiillleys nutl aille .Veil ki.lnei
,11      llulllellll   elites   nre   the   ptllnl,
Krnnk Sniiiler-nti. ,,f llniilenu. Susk.,
Uyi : "I hmi ann-iiler,'il,le Iiuiilil.*
with n very Inine lin.k f.u -nine iinie.
Afier itoopilg uf lilting iitiylliitn* th.
In., nine   very   -evere.   On
palm
^^^^^^^^^^^^ limn
lag nf II,„,th's Ki.Iney Kill- through
nn auIleitis,ntent, I prneiiri-il n hot,
lad nfler ll -lliul Ireulllletll ihese
paint iliil the hitneliess have lell tne
an.I ml lin.k hah I.'tier lliul lilileh
itrongnr. I um phmd tn ta*. nm n.-ml
Booth'i Kidney Kill" if • v.*n   I'm.*
i.|lla*,|l.      I'm    -ale   ill   North   \ an*,ui
'er  al   Th.   I i,ii-,Inle  I'halinii, y.
s
70 Lonsdale Avenue
and 900 Granville St.
Vancouver.
liu
anil
anlltpiel
ties, It
llielnliei
uml a |
"Shniiks" inure would
tl marly thru i r , inun
<|H'iiking ibout  th
II ii'ltaiu-   nf   this   fair ,*ity
haiiiuf  Hn*  Mona—ware  again
.ml a,ii I ailt.ti- Uny by three purlin, iitini Vancouver, Including
■r- uf the Mountaineering Club,
rty "f young men frnin Ninth
Vutifiiiiia'i.      I he  l.iller uus eiiinpuseil
ai    \|,      I        I  .    llaahlsiVl.ltll.    I I.    a,u|    U.
Baxter, V. Sione, K. Knowlia mnl tt.
I        I,la*,*II
Thei It'ii Sorth Vaiia-niuer nn th,.
.a.la par am Friday evening uml wan
mi'i in in aiiiiiiiiiuliile ut the Capilano  tftininii-  uhhli  whirled   tlnm  in-
pi.ll> ii. il..* I apilano hntei with only
■ -hmi itop .it the Canyon \ nu ho
ii-l.   Arriving   an  iln* lotmur place ai
lllllll sis ii'elnek the l'llst thing lie
i-ulllpli-heil      -l|..'i'.-l'llll!      uu-    tn   purl
uilh   a   i.u   plunk-   ill   lieu  uf   lhe  lift
up lhe ('apilano mini uhiih if muler
laken     uuh
hale    00 Upli
hum'- i Kpeahing about  II ver
tilttl    llllll.'I It",till   Sltllle   88   alllts    ,af ftuit
ami the ,ilh'i a* aes-urii*- tun iilniiti
i nn . Iiiiiiiii'- lill iif lure. Ul i ilis
iliiltaikinj frnin lhe allin fan,* in'te
in I   in   the  direction   o]   the   inttilai- ■ fi,,*,,, „
.•unl [rom tlnn* iln* party journeyed up
-ireaiu,  fruin  boulder  tn boulder   for
;HI    ha,ill*    lt.*ful»*    li    slrilitlil i|*ill.*
pln.e pnaanted ItaaU, The "lilly"
uu- Meaning in tin lima nn.l willing
huml-  unpaakiil  ami  lhe evening  lili'lll
Ua-    snull    llliala'l     1!     I . As    th,-       illllif
inun'-  , ran in.*   lie* nn**   niuie   app   a id
,111    aa. a ;|-i,,ll,l]     [olU    U   |-    |l||l*ii lU   '   I  UU
til  the  good  ah.a*!   bacam  ginaral
uhi. h lightened aiml pa I auni    lite
litnell    h I   uniil   .-liter   IH   llll'll ell' ll
In I..uk hiin-i'lf lui.l liis I' ml,
.1-   -prellil  ...It   ull   lhe  -..ft   -ule  i.f   the
large pebble, which "m lie 'li "."I
along the ,,,in-.* ,,f .In* Capilano ,'n-
Ji niiii ih.* naked .*i". Hardlt hmi
the iiim gray dawa appeared ..v. r ihe
lull ilmk sentinel- n.innn: n'mve
whan the "ItilK" uns again bub'ling,
BeMI   lien*   llu*   -laple   au li, le   ,,l   fan*
Iiiit   iiii-  uu- ni!  mil replaced   by
fruits, meats iiui being in nunh Invor
.is th,* iienther mn anything bul roid
excepl   nt nighl uhen   the Irj
er-    Mated    peralatanl    in    Hn li": I top
illluiul- through lhe heat! *.i.**, s, Al
li .'i.lll. pa. k- il.uv  lllln :    Ufl "a* la  I I* 'I
p.i-t the deadened .inlii- uf the * unp
Iin* ,*ii routi f.u th.* Saddle arhii h wn.
8gurad   mi reaching  an  i n.      The
uian   travel up the .Irenm and
lebration nf the
II   nun.   Ilea lur,
holy oommunlon  nt
Rev,   Hugh   llamper.
Vmlng   -I'll' i-   .nlihl   lie   -eell   the   ilnrk
outiii f Crown mountain  uml here
untl  there a  Imikrii  liil   ul  the silvery
Capilano,
The following morning (Sunday) one
nf the grandee! sit-ins Imaginable pre
-"tili'tl   il-ell.   ll   mi-   lhe  sen  til   foi;
covering iln* aarth in une level itntoh
ns   fur   us   the  eve   eulllll   leueli. It
mighl liana* bean thu ,,r 1000 f,*,*t I..*
Inu*  tin* -put  when  the unti hers wore
■landing un.l could only lu* noa-pind
in i turmoil ii,' waten nathlng below,
ihe buoyant** Irom uhiih would oaiai
ilm uiiiie   -prai   appearance,     IW
uhnle ua- in ihe nature uf inlli-is.
Here   ull'l   there   the   hlghlal   )H'aks   nl
il,,. lurrounding ranges plan* through
iln- mantle, This uas particularly
novel in the S'orth hu -nm.* uf the
peal,   not It-cable wen GarabahUe, the
llliine   T h,     the   Snw   Teeth nml
White mountain, Mt. linker sottld alao
l«. -.vn plalnl] Tliusi' in the party
uhn hn.l  camerai ikwg quidtl)   gol
I li. in Into n.linn uml  the r.sult    wns
tnnke.l   f.u'i iul   lit   llitll   illlefesl.
Tha eaatern paah uis aacetuhd In the
III    lllln   hale   lleVef    hull
II iiu-i*   I.ink   at   the-e   maniltluths    tun
mu comprehend   their   magniludi  or
the .lilli. llllie- ami ilailit'el- altt' titling
1 li.*i r  a-olil.    The  0,'i-lt'in   peak i- Very
llllla.ll    llie   -|iii| |   ;|    lliillll'le   llllll   tl
llulll   as   mn, li   slant   (iiiiii   lhe llino    In
iln* top which is mighty Uttli when
viewed over tl rlgl frnm the tup.   li
is  maile oa-ier  in , liinli  than the net*
em, howivar, b} i K-rubbj gron ih nf
juak pines mill vine innpl". The lirst
pari   i'l  tin' 'liml' ll "ler  11 stum I'liltk
uii  tn  u  ledgi   iilii'li
enough lur a panon lo
an.l    keep    llien    I'tllame
Nnrlh Vancouver Catholio Indlai
Mi-siun Sundaj Servicee I Muss nl 8
mm., Sunday echool aii 3.80 p.m* ;
benediction   ut   *'l  pin*   I'm' "■   ttt,
E,   l'e> lilvill,  (I.Ml.l.li.
Iluptist    ihilreh,   OOf.    ''111    nml    SI,
rieorge: Sabbath ichool ut i p. m.
Sen iees nl II p.iii. aiiil nl 7.lln p.m.
St. Amlreu'- I'li-I't lelinn ahuifll.
(ilh  street :   Serviees  nt   II   n.ni.    nntl
7.IIH p.m.    Sunday  ichool  UO p.m.
I'riiyer mMtfaag nn  Wellnesilni   al   BO
orach,  Paator, Uiv. J. D. Oillam, IU,
Nofth   Kultstlnle   I'resliylerinll   allllivll
*.niii'i   37th  street   ami  l.uiisilnle Ave.
Sim leaa i'ii'iv Sabbath, loronoon il
II   o'clock,   evinlng  nt 7,80 o'clook,
Sabbath ichool jnul Bibb Cltm,   nf
lerniiiiii   iit  J.llll n'ehiik.
Sl.   Ami,-   I Inu .li.  Nurth   Vnn ua
let, l Ji li -iteei innr Boulevard, Biv.
II. II. Qilliaa, vicar, Sunday sen eell   .tin., mumine;  prnyer and UTI IJ
7,iln pan. evening prnyer uml eermon
J.ltd p.m. Sunday School; Hol)  ram
llllltliiin,    l-t    mill   llul   Slltnlals   ilt    II
11.111.
n. E. KRLGER
Expert on Fireplaces and all]
classes of Brickwork.
All  Wurk tliiuiunteiil
C niii'i'  Kid nh St.  antl Million Ave
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIP BUILDER,
ENGINEERS &
Boilermakers.
Mirine  nml Stationary Kn-
nine ntnl Boiler Work pri>ni|>t-
l\ executed,
Telephone ioj
North Vancouver
ui-t   aide
nnil   along
^^^^^^^       A   slight
Innil ami It iinllhl lie nver lite tslje
atul Into eternity. \ * utilei a uus tuk
en  along nn   the   lilp  ami   -eierul good
pn I     -e untl       M-.t   the   mum-    nl
the    ptll I!    ll,'ie   allivetl   In   ll   -lip    ul
paper aiml placed In tha bottle ulna aa
a nnl,iiii-   lhe   t ante-   ,*f   thu-,* ii hn ll it"
hernial  ncnled iln* peak, Oi all tin
I... I        I, ilea I      ne   in.i nlu ll   nl     ulhei-
nIiii  have    ii  e.,1,-,1 iii reaching   the
\t pointa going up or ,l,,i\ii tin-
JUST OPENED
CLAVERIE fr  ARCAND have just opened on inst
Street, East, an up-to-date
GROCERY STORE
where the public will be sine to find a good and fresh assortment of Groceries and Provisions, |- ruits and Vegetables in
season. C| Mr. Arcand was with F. Filion of Vancouver
foi the last eight years.
CLAVERIE (V ARCAND
|.*uk th.* i ill.*! * an l sn ..iei tine'
herd   aaine  l..'i«i hei  brion   nul   lhe
i    all! thing Imi   in-pli ti. I ' lh*
initial,   \i 12.30 ih,* return trip   wt
.mute lee.l       \    -hull    il a!     fi ulll     lha'
la f    lhe    lla'.letll    |H*llk    11    ,h'**l     *.'   I
imp '   ind        *iple ,,f i!,»„l*hu.l.s
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCf
Trut.c Marki
Diaiom
^^^^^^       Coivbiomti 4c.
Amen* .Mldlng a pketeb ml '*.rr.t>tnn m.i
qiu.llf Mforl.ln cm i.|*.nl*.n fri#» wliitti.r u
iiia.i.tl'.o l.pr.ahnialrt»ae-tiubla*i Ciimiiitnilcav
ll.„.nttlollfr.iitl,l,.iil(,L HINONM'.nl'UWU
mil lien, ol'1-.t aatfter f,ar .aamiuar l«i..tfc
|.»l,*i*t» llien  tlir'.l.ali   Mui ll a tu. IK.Iri
imtiui n.itue, a It liuul ttt.iitia, tu the
Scientific Htnericana
AhwlrAimiBir Uluntrntivl wvi-kly.  Ui     ■ -
ctil»tn>n nf iiiy in«iii,:io "
*t -t: ■ I   ' . « Tin, |
il) nflwi*<lrftli-ra. -^^^^^^^^^h
MUNN ft Co »"8«-—' New York
prtt.<*b OOo*. to V HU WubHtftua. ft G.
  dr*
Ja.tirt.il.   Itfim fur
till. »'  l'f> ,-u 1.      .-M   bf
E. PALMER
SIUM   HMI IIMI h
CONTRACTOR
hr* r*cui
Phone 170
i i**i -.* t
P.O. Box 166
MU K 1. in C0NT8ACT0B8
llnlll    Mil N|]  M lllllll
M'.MI'll    Tl Alll'ltS.    sii|H.,s,,,l„.,|
"T lm    f..r    Hum.    Siniinl    School
Building," uill I.* waived hy thi Bob*
,.11 llllll..    the     Minister   nf    I'llllll.   Waal
up in nml including Monday, thoDOth
iluv   nf   S.pletnlii'r,   IHIII,   fnr the  en*.
linn   Ulul      a utllph'tiiill     nf   n    tliu ntailil
Khool building ut Rowi >numi, (lib
-,,n'- Landing, in thn Ridunond Kiev
innil Diatrict,
PbOa,    -|.'a ilia alnan-,   .i.lilr.ul.    ami
I',,rm- ,,1 Tender may be em oa uml
altar tin* Ttt day .,! Btptaah*r, IWO,
ul  th,' ooVm "f .Ins.  I''lia|ehi.|,   I—|.
liibeon'i I ..'iiiiiiiii!, i huh ..I lhi Sel I
Hoard j the Provincial '1'iinln-i  Inapar*
lur,   \ aii.uiner |   anil   lhe   Ik-pal lln, tit
nf  Public  Wurks.   Vielurin.
l.n.h prupusal must I*. acoompanliil
In   aii   a**epl,'i!   hank   ,li,*,pi,>  ui   <i*rli
Urate nf ilepnsit on a rkarUnd baah
uf Panada, made payabh to the Ilnn
 able ih.. Miniate! nf PublicWorhi,
fm tl I HBO, which -hall  hi
(.lllell,*.|    |f    lhe   p.lllV    tell.I.I III.    th' llll.
I.i inl .1   ii.lu ...Illla. I   « lun , niii'l up
till     lU    ,1*1    -,,,    I,,'    if    III'    fllll     I**    aUlllpll'l'*
th,* ilmk aniittiti tnl lut.  The * '...pn
..I    .1*1 llll, ate.   nf   ilepu.lt   uf   llll-ll-.*.--
fill   l,.||lh.|e|.   will   lie   lelunieil   lu   tll	
upull   ll M'eilllnll  ul  the  eulltrnel.
Tl'tlih't-   uill   lint   I.,   .oil--1.1.1 a".I lllll.---
tlltuh.   uul   nn   llll'   Iiiiiii-    .llpplleil. tlgn
iii In iln* actual ilgnatui nfth'H'n
ih'ti'i, nml   ancloaid in ilm twralopn
fiirni.hnl,
Thl-   lune   t    nl    lltll     lelillet     la.  '    I a "
-ill ill     aiaieplill.
t, c. iiAMni.i:.
I'uiili.- Wurk. fttfhmr.
I'ulih     forln   Hepnltmi'llt,
Victoria, li. P., M iepm9et, III*,
ii.ml mi another eMMl «lii'*li
iittt ih, i,.a,i ,,f ihe ii,'-ten, |. nl ii ,     ,.,.„   .,.,ll„|.,,i„l,   ihruugh   the   n-k*..
iininli.trsliiiL' nn.l n mt- uill   tn.all  ,_,, „,.,,.  l( ,„ ,„,, fi,K ;,, |ll||n
dagi-M ,,f ,ieii,..|,i thai the large ...k ,,.,      p , ,,„, |lLllv , 1I11|H,, „„
'      ""      *•     l:""'r       *i*   ■"" lh*     I   Ipli     Mlla.lai,     M   hi    llllh*     * il *
tlltll* al*.   the   iiiiiiiii.*   nl!    mini ,„!„.,   ,„,,  ,„,„   righl   ,1 (h  ami ui
(mill    llhele     lh,*    111! f    lie*       ll'' a,,* nv,,,|    t,. ..,,.-    abOUl     7    u'a.a.ak.
fu||aa«e,|    In    | ||e    l|la«     lll,|a|l    |e*l|.      I.p p 	
tta
llhul
THO?  S NYE
FERRIS & NYE
S-t.ciuliat. in North LoniH.lp Pr, ppr'ii.
Phon. 229 P.O. Boi 174
lonidale Ave., cir. Queen St.,  North Vancouver
WI-, Inm' l,,|. (ur mir in tin. ipleuill
liu,.inns iiiiiI iin i*.*..r,*ii|nt iiim,a
iu li,'ap|,r,,iai,,i.   Large loti.HO
Int- (,,r mir iii lhi. »|ileii.li.i r.-nI,ulul diatrict, i>mhraei**g
-plnr...   Tli'i-i- » nlihl I nn
■ nppn i'lll,*,l.    I.itrui* loll, Mix 1.12, nth Inn*  Wni, r liiitl nn.
1 Mhooi Innl.Iiuit is iin.lir mn   IhIiuuii  Muli..ii un.l l'lii*Hlerli.*l.l
itii'iiiii'i* mnl Nn'mnl Kiui: >tri',*ts.
t'utii|i;ir,.,l (lib otherrabdirl lOM prirr. IN mwnMbh nml ull h*U
inn In* ,li.|ivrn ,1    T. tin. i-n-i.
Kii-bi«ivi' mih-ni the liir.'i-i boldingi in tl.e dhtrlct,   Tm. roodrra
ami stilislaiiiliiillv I,utit la..n"i*s (aar mie.
Miiiiil.i luriT ef
nil .ltt*l- **l   iti.aiuii .ti.l  AntlQM   I'liuiilurt
-I..I ■    "Ituf   ll.tlk  "lul   Unl  I'llltlli-      Kt*|'»H
niH In ml u- bn
Picture Pruning.     Furnltun Hlorige,
173 THIRD STREHT, W.
HAIL 'iiii.I I;- |lnn |.rom| i »
nil   lhe   SthI.1I. .        \l    llli-    lillle    1.     Illg
Il.el   one up and tnnde Ihl   iia.-..iiui!
-ailllelilill    -li-lUlU    lllllll   il    Iinllhl   .  I ll- I
in .• Inn* been, u*i in -pit. ,,f
laiinhuuk being obliterate*!   frotn ihe
light,   lhe   Iliu   Ini k   -lilli*.   Villi* la
ii    Vulh   1, uiier    ill   the  iiiiii,
Inn,     i,   einlilint!    I    hu*.*''  L'lilt iei      f*
I«.-.-ta    nml    ■lightly   l.hall     ihe    nn.
|..,ik-    il.i-    . r .1   aiiil    tin*  .iiii.I...'
|>l i   .     iall    lhe    -tuhlle    taken    pn- ,      I "It
uf  in   11.48,   Thi-  i-  imt   iin II  a
 I lllll,' lllll  11- lllll" ll 1,-1
i a ..llll-l :l I   ainl   laeaili    |
Utboogh thi- iim*.-pi*.i.   uu   it.iiii
enough nml the . amp we lm i ulli
-lia.l.iii,*,l In a big m ten, |H*ill,, m I
II   -it'll     nr   ulltlllie    eu'lhl   I.*   dpi *  IC I
iill long ufii'i iiiinui' hmi Imen lini.h
ad uhen th,* f,*L* , hand  ud ■   alt
iitifuhh'il il-.lf, iihi.li  tii the milium
' a.  hn.l  ....It     I. fun*
barn fi "in .if.n aati  l.i h inli. I.- • ii
* nlllpa --I..I   ll)    lhe   llll IginatioO, I'U
NO   leel    lie*   nil.lill    He   lell,   |«*nk  la.lv
en*.I   Jnil,  .I..... i parpendlmlai "iilt
, it  .-fulige uf i*t,,i*th  in n>li.*!**
th,*  pa}     I i  ink-    lhe   northern
lm I lhi- |..iik  i- -,..l  in Ir  1,000
Il.'i   U*l,,«    ll,.*   -aihlh' ill   tin    I,illel  I.'
ll    llllll    M a .lllll    lllllll-iviek,        Mat
rn   I im. -"tm'   I.*'*1"1
Ili'I    Iron    ll!-"*   In   slltlllllil
.mlil
hap
Ull lull Bl l:\lt I H
Methodiat   . I h, corner Oth itraat
nml Si. (laorge'i tvenua;   Rerviceaal
I I   aan.  auul ".IH1 p in.    Sillulai!   -eii..nl
ami  lltltl,   l|,      _' Mi p in.    I l.n- t i
mil- In a.ui. Suiuhii.   I'mi,i  meeting
*   p III.   We,In*   aln.       M Ill ilie     Sllll*
'lit      lll'lll  II  11.III.
I lllll   Villi,!    Ill  Iilllle   llall    Seilie,
eiel!     Suiiil.al     liiaiil||l|e      ,|     ||    ,,'a|,„k.
uml evening al 7.30 ,,'•!,,. k.
8l,    laalin  ih,    I i,iin..,*li-t, --tit   mul
llllh -ins.I   :  ll,.li a,,tui inn, 6   i in.
lllitniiiii..  prniei.   II   a.in, , ,\, lliiit' pi i
ver, T.ii't p.in. iin th,* iu-i Sunday In
lhe  niuiilh   llien*  mil  Ih* n  -io,ml  a,<
ARE YOL GOING TO BUILD ?
Coma to us fur ihe money .nm re| ij it
tO Itlil   VOUI'M'lf
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
Wl- ll.WK A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOTS POR SAI.K
JOHN  ALEXANDER & CO.
"real estate brokers
i2i Lonsdale Avenue
I. o. o K.
N'.l I !        \ a i       I  mlL** .      Nu       .*,.*,,
tut.'   a*.!   I li'u-'lan evenli ■:.  i
I  I lh    \tettlle   alel    I'll   t      Heel,    at
*     *.'■  lu*  k,       \  I    llillL*      Ll.   ihla  I ll  lilt
III      I   .    |',,|    ,    \.
i; . ll  l\  Donald on, m   •  . J, II
I'Uling, P.'"., lm. ".
A. FARRO
General Contractor
I .ml Hearing,  Stump mnl Korh
Blutlng. Kxtra rum MH Ikiiiw*"-
All ilatnngr. matic uriod.
I   \1 I-t. ii V M It N T      AUKNCY
.,,,1 st , \V«mt .,1 LonaKlnl*
i-11 Boa ii
E. DOWIE
:ontr actor ani) mn i.ui': i!
l'lnns. Spt. iln tin.ms, l.stiiiiati's
IV 0. Uox .7, Nm lit Vancouver
tor Pl.na, Phi.
I.lata A t' *,t.. .A.,.
Apply To
prnni  ih*
,, (e»-  „ all.n.i   l uk   |.im-p.*ek
lh.    -tile   uf   th'
elevation mau lo !«■ nnrlj ittalfhl
np.   In -pit.* nl lhi*  tl   i- -ni'i  '''"I  •
illllllHi lU   ll*    a|.|.ul.*ntll      imp'.-
-||,|„ |a ' .a-.,I. 11 Illlitl -il!.!' "'■ '
Hi,ll,U,   *,i a,nli,..ken   iiim ii.n- n'lll.'-l
a«a in*!,.., I.,   n  1*1111 hugfiog   I"
|».i*|k.ii.Ii. uiai   ti (   tin*  i'llll.        tm
Nfidat mm.* tn iif lop i-. hmom,
Imm ih,* ..mer -i,|,* up il himney, n
nin It run- up lor pet     ^^m^^^tl
Up ,i 100 if i  igainal thi -uh* i iht
|H.„k.       N'llllll*  a a    'In        "" -H-H-H-W'
mil, bul  ll i- * itremel;    I '   "
tin* Inexperienced lot * lip ol lhi la
■nr aai loe wonld ma n > 'Imp **' '■'
|i,«  I Ind ''••' uuh nothing *"'"r
In nlit'hl mt ll'iu llllilaitl- nl I'"'-
iihiah Inrin lh.* Ii.i. i.ii ih.* -uitih -i'h'
ami u 'In.l' ■ rth    i'l'' "I   """
tiling   ulel    a    1,    fr. I ,
The pinti  -an..•■•!..1 iii *..eltint' I'm I
mn   up inn   ih. lilting log  tui'i.i"!
them   tha -    Might    "I1
nml forced ia a boon ptw* i j,
ell  nil   lie   ■ IH       It   illl* 'In''1
uh.'tl     I i '     *     * * mt   ll     *'   '       ' Ont I'l'l'"'
nntl th. .It I.' • nul In m* Wl"'
the -i 'In* hn! . Iif ai I I"   I
.■il and 'i     lighl   "f North
Vaimiaiiifi     nil    '.  hi    hi
tm '"   ■, i'l    i'  ti" '"'"
FOR SALEAcre B,ocks in D-
1       WJLlb ^r^mmmAMam-      ^    ^     ^      ^    ^
Waterfront Lots, Block 171, D. L. 274
Lot 17, Block 157, District Lot 271
Lots Fronting on thc "BOULEVARD EXTENSION", CHESTERFIELD AVE.,
MAHON AVENUE AND INTERSECTING STREETS==
SiiluliviMiiii nl Ulna In 203 "A", 204, 204 "A", 21 j, 226 "A", 240 mil 241 in District Lots
544 and 545, City ol Notth Vancouver
MAHON, McFARLAND & PROCTER, LTD.
Phone 6286 Cor. Pender & Seymour Sts., Vancouver
-.-•hH-H-H-l-H-H-M
<4-HHtH»H*HH»fM"H4»MI
CAPILANO CAR LINE
Beautiful Homtsite, five minutes walk from car line, 75 x 290 feet    Grand
View of the Inlet ar,d Gulf*   Only $650, cash $250.   Come with us and
see this Property.
Martinson & Co.
cj LONSDALE  AVESUE
SORTH VANCOUVER, ll.C,
I'ii.:,,,-1?;. /' 0 Bm 7j
T
I
fH4HH4<IIIIIIIIIH4»HHlHIIIIHIIMIIl
111111III HtWHW THE EXPRESS, NORTII VANCOUVER, B. C.
UlKt',1',
SUBDIVISION IN LYNN VALLEY.    Situate on
tram line, batwean lieneral Store and Hotel,
Sii|t'\v;ilk and lint' water service on itreet; close
to Church,8ohool,Hall, Butoher Sliop and Mill.
Some lots oleared ready to build on,   We firmly
believe with tlie construction of the Second
Narrows Hridge tliis property should double
ill value ill one vear.
MAY ^BURNS
Real Batata ami Fiuancial Agents
Bressey
Peers & Boult
REM. ESrUE
liisur inn.
Notary Public
ST. GEORGE'S HOSPITAL
liKDICAL, si'lHili'Al.AMi MATERNITY 0ASS8
PRIVATI ROOMS.    TERMS; $16.00
MASSAGE A SPECIALTY NURSES Sli NT OUT
Hospital Ticketa for a .If $15 per ye*r, tV is includrs
hoipital. medicine I nd medical advice.
Apply  6th  Streei  West  (Behind Catholic Church)
Miss HORNBY, Bon.
ii'  r,iiiiniia;li.iiii General Hoipital, England.
I'llal.l     I.    J I 4
The Gurney-Oxfor 1 Steel Top Range
iiir.-ins a mark d laving in
In.l and lain, i baking results,
llit" CHANCELLOR "not
imli doei its work BETTER
Imt AT LESS COST than
■'!'. t RangCV
Wi' i ,in iU nionstraU- to you
t. * niii,, Superior Chan*
11 lur principal of aoooomy
,1  111   i lilt l   III V  III   ll tl   lllillalta S.
|| il ii"I worth that mm li
nl yOUl tint-.' rt(;ht now ?
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
Phone 53. 133 Lonsdale Avenue
ERINDALE ___$
Loti is iod 6o tl ni'ii-. way clearing,   Guaranteed
|twd Mil, li vi I ami It,■■■ Itftn nu k uml |t|lliei
All _______ Cleared and Graded
Prices $300 to $500 each
Tarn   ooo-lMth caih, balance ottr two ysnri.    Come with
us ami mi- -ih.il liny am like
D. MacLURG
ti.. LENDER ST, W.
PHONE tiqi
f
ANNOUNCEMENT
A Literary Column
Somewhat About Hooks
and Writers
Mtiii'iiti' Ims iln hislnry, iimi Iik,, ,*|1
..iliu*    lii-lniii's    Ims   |t|   light!   uml
i-lituliitis,   imt   il   anything   of   H
lllllll.   vitllt'lll   lllllllll**!    illlitl   lltlllTH   llf-
lord, Knox nml CJiiccit Mtii-y linull)
lllllkc siuli ll rembl'liniltesipic ,1'iitat ns
Bal aiitittiilti lhi' timiik nl Florence, ntnl
l.ini'ii/ti  tin'  Mugnilicvnt.   The vultipt
Hulls     lull'I'll/ll    llltllftllllc;    tll    liis    llllllll.
iiiiiI slnlf uliki', liinitiiiliri'iil |iutii|i nnil
tangnifioanl   slimni*, sustnint'il   therein
In   liis iinisti.iv nl llii' |ii..i|tli'nl l'lni
t'litf.     Wl  sty  liim  till   liis  (li'tlllt    lieil
landing fair tin* L'lim Savonarola u-
pactanl "f mi unpli paMporl nut  ol
this lifi*, 1,1 ivhich mnntcrfiil expclnn-
dj In* wns diaappointid, and the un*
miiii'il |ini|ilii't ns Minliivclli inuring!)
anil- Savonarola pm riling tin- Mai
naats of liln'ttv tin- ioag of ili'liit'i*
HM whereby l-'lolen.c, iii'i i|lt ing uhlili
lit* liuin* lil.'ssi'il iiiiiI ileliyinc; sluiil lit'
iiccurseil wilh Wit, [limine nnd spoliation, mul nt the Insl his swnn Mag
uniil the llnmcs on the piont   square
ill   I'lnrt'licc.
Ol llmile the iliemncr, bniiished from
his beloved I'liueiuc, .i.a*. ptinif in bitterness of other's charity, inditing his
poem of  Ken md nnd  Punishment.
"Thou shall  have proof how savotir-
i'IIi of snlt"
"The brend nf others ntnl how hard n
rond"
"The   L'tiitiL'   up .-mai   dimii   another's
»tnirs."
Paradise Canto XVII.
iif Vi.'iiiln Mtithiavi.iii, the adamant
ibjacl suppliant for (aVOaWB, at the
hnnd ol th..-e ulm hid  tin* best,mnl.
Ill'   Iial   lll'lll l, II,*,|   US   lliiil   llll   ||i- a llllll
mn aiml -i boning he i ti siill with
ili-iippnintnieiit and in nfler times
i.iip- a nin-t iitniiioiis und sinister If
| ail t it t i< ,11 |a the write** of Ic Prim ipie;
u lutein   lie   mil,,, ntcs.   liy   (air   nieiills
ir foul, ihe pipping ill his principal
ity by the Pllllic. Militlcl. the hrciik
UlL' "( -tilflllli nulls. aVc.ilt'iou llllll tip*
pic--ii.n,   all   lune   lli.il-   -cicral |ilai-i's
(lliinili:   his   precept..
lli iiiiiihuc nnil Olotto, thi' piiinlcis,
piilrinnlis ,,f th,. Italian s,luml. Of
iln* , ..tniti,.i. ial L-rcattics- ,,f l*'l..n'ii*c
thnWgh whiih ll.me.1 tin* -Ileum of
iiu-i*   fnim and tn the orient,      lit"!
tl'iuillli di   l.aip,,  pulcil  il-   -llis'ls with
-Intlc  in-tcad nl brick, nf its  III* liil**
tuinl   nil,IV,-.    All   nf   these   conspire tn
Illlike  lhe  -Inn   i.f   I'l,,tell, e  next   ill ill
t.lc-t   to  lhat   of   Home.
Will. HONEYCOMB
CRKOSOTK 8HINGLK STAIN       il nulataju* nl houn paint  baton
  aitliliiu* ii,,* thlnnm refimd to,  If in
A i I padi of sltiiu;'.'  -min  i i,„ „,„| |01 dipping, I gallon a.f paint
niade Li thinning thi tdl earn taquit ,„ - g>J*-otu ,,, ,.„, $___, „.fmn\ ,„
ed In nn,* al,,* coliar te the   itlin with
**i niivtuit* ,ai | gaUoni "I raw Unwed
oil, '2 galloni oi ereiitaittc iiii and   I
gallon  liquid dryer,  snys  n  re.cut   il
si f the Pannier's lagerine.     The
lolin* slinulil be pcrniaiienl  nnd   non-
lading,    llll'l    il    is   lll'sl    IO    IlI'M'    il      "i    pi. id
Powall liver, B, C, i- to be   tl„*
I f   a   hogl   paiper   mill  plant
which is to cost B.000,000 and whom..
annual pay roll is tf nm i""i IW1 ■
nnu.
is   siilliai,*iii.     for bruihlng, 9  gal
lalll-  ni  pajnl   -lltilllll   be  usc.l.
A  new  nniral school is lo bo erect*
The briek building lor th wli uti   .**l  il   Sunuurland.    Tlic peorincUl
iim  ua,ik- ,,[ the  Pciiiic I'iiit Biw-li government li iipplying MaMO ol Hm
Brewing Company is practically nam- naoaaur*   htndi and thi launiapalitji
aJ-J.IKItl.
T .    REAL ESTATE   M
Timber      __--__, .■___ Mines
Money to Lend on Mortgages
Agre.n^nts of Sale Purchased
STOCKS GRAIN COTTON
Direct wire quotation* from New York Stuck Exchange and
Chioagu liiiani nt' Trada,    All orders promptly executed,
ALVO von ALVENSLEBEN, LIMITED
PIAIKTON AS IHVMllWI
PlllYl
I'eiiiictnii  elctiuutc  ha-  almo-t  nn
;lllilll.all-.lx     p;l--cil   n   by lllll      irrilllm
m/m I" ihe Keltic \ alley   rtiilway j
I'ln- ineu-iii,* na- paaaed ,,n 11 utulei
•landing with Pi.-idem Wmtcu  ihal
the  town  would lac  a divi-ional  |"'inl
lliil     eMell-lie      lllld-      (Uld    tilt    -llups
would   bl  e'Ul-llila tetl   theie.   The   Mil
ii.ii   liu-  DM  L'ivelt  the righl   lo run
Insi  r'"1"1 -nii'l   I"  the  iiillcrlr.tlil
ilui,*  lhe deput   and   wharl    will    b*
I. I.
Hi.*  Hank  ..I  \iili.niivci   has Imuuhl
,1   -ite   In   \l* Inllll   (lllll   Will I'llllll   ll"'"'
ill  llu* Mac lutuie.
\    ft|lMI,|H»0   mill    i»    lO   IM   'I" I"1     ''
lhe  Niipolc.ui  nun.'  111  the Orient  di-
it i   uud 110.000,080 woiih  k'old mn)
itp|tei l.'uritiL' ore is In I* aiini.rii.l
ii un. n.v I.u   the bcnelil   ol   lie'
-l.takli.tlileis  ,,(  the   llritisli  I'oliimbiii
CoppM Co.
MRS. ANDERSON ::
iki.i.s inm   \fit:u i.imm; ip
hopi', >iii   tkt 11 in ii  oi'
UWIIIil IP
Branch Office: 4 Lonsdale
CAPT C. ANDERSON. M.n.i.r
tit
-H-H-M-M-a-H*^^
b-*'le&j!-_^i-d&
• ■ .
A[wlm__ \
k)'lm    fcii
TIIK i.ltiNIi mnl IV  1:1.
KORTB VANi'OUVIlll
This property has been subdivided into acreage blocks,
with street allowance taken
off, and is now ready for
sale. For prices and particulars apply to
The North Vancouver Land & Improvement Co.
i.m. i.n.
MAHON, McFARLAND & PROCTER, LTD.
Corner Pender and Seymour Streets
Official Agents
-H4«^I-W-H-l*^hH-H-i-H^:-!-S-H-i**H-H-i-I-
•I-H-I-H-H-H-+-HH-I-H-
Let us have your listings ol  North Vancouver  Real
Iislate.   We handle Had Instate, Insurance, clc.
NOTE THE ADDRESS:-
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC.      18 LONSDALE AVENUE
St ILK IGEN I    i aaiiHai, t, i.ii Union Amirim •
('*'   .    I.lll   .    I .IMI' I*. I .     \'-l*IS   ><||,'|"'
Aller   lendiiii;   ihis   -ir.,ijhi|,tiii,*iiil
I  , 1,111..,, t      'ai      lit,       BabsMh      Kl    A
ihi  ,.t   Is h. mu -tlnn tr.   Ph.. i;ii i"
ii„* i,.,..,i,i.. pi,,.,,,,,,!, pt ,, larp|4iiM||||NMIIIIIIMIIIIMIIIIIIIlllllllllll»HHHfHlHH»*HHH4
buttle nf  I'liiisinn   S.iu«.  Int*  only   H
nul il il ilnn'l il.i Lu  a."I "la I
it .lul lm  Mr.. Anilci-on, SI sfllgivi
in ii  null* niiinci   buck.   *lu-t  i.H'l ila ■
ien,*i, u's warm yam while:
"I  IiiiiI liiven up  h..|H. ,,l .ver I., i
.tmd ..( uSiihIiuII, iiinn I pm.i.
bnl lie   III   Pnrisiiin    SllL'e.     ll    la
Miicly  remnveil  the   iliiiiibulT.  uml )•
* tl I'll   11   fl. .ulll   ,,f   hen    llllll .   .llul   . II
ihi« nlier baring iii'ii ttniibl.tl l'u l'i
I  i b.-i ifnllv   i,*. ••niiuiii I  I'm
*lalll   Sliye."
Piiri-inii   Bap   .iir'-    iliiuibiill,   bl
it   pta  right  ih.»ii  iiiiii ii..
 i    "f  Ihe hun   mul  hill, llie   ih.* i
siuiil- iai   |„ , ii |ou ,   ilntuliulT  g, t'
HM    the    iihhmIii, li.m   nl   I'iiii-i ait
Blfl inin ( itiimln.   it  hu- btSI b th
lllllllll   by   llliill-tili.lu   nl   uptntll*
.ietv unniett. Pmi.iiin Snire will mm
linr.li, lu.terle... ill l4Mklla| hnu m
i"   luittht.   biMiiiititt    Imir  in  ti   hi
.in     It i. n thiigfcttul ntnl "
iiiniL'   dntsbig,  (Mttalni no djn   m
h.n lllllll   illlflitllellt.   llll'l    '
II, all     Hllll     llaa      AullUm
I' HI    i.ll   elciv    pna U9S,
Canyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
l   (emive Gi     di. Higl
Fimj|. 1; 1 ■.. iih ipi' i.il Mi. -    ili.u . 1,1, ii!* Enlarged
l''.as\   trail  I"
■   ai   Groan Mountain,   iltitudi   |ooa lett,
Scenic Delights     I ishing      Hunting     Mountain Climbing
Unequalled for Holiday, Long or Short
r. cancelijor,
Mai
SEASON 1910
p. LARHON,
rup
lllll III II llllll III I IH I "HT'""T 1 ■■■■inin FOUR
THK EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
Nokiii Van. nuVlR, 1)   C
I; UK" aal' -I IIMIllfTION:
tlncic.il 11.00
Six iiuiiitIih   ■ ■ •        .50
Three monthi    •        - Jt
IJ'iiieal siuic- ii'iai Korilgn.tt.tOpii yam
AUVKKTlSINi.   HA II S
Taiiiint Dtiruv AoTatwaaiiwii
BOcittU pel ineli c.icli iii.scriiiaii.
LuDoit Konoaa, Ire.—11.00 per Inch per
month.
Lin mb i'liini k SuTicaa—M Atyr, tb,
Wdijfi, 17.60,
LatuiaAnvairiiiiu -Firit inneriioii, io
t'ciit. per line . aaeh .ubipipient iii-tr-
tion, 6c. per line,
Reioiae Monoai u laoeu lawi I'm
ims—lucsnti p'rlinc.eii.li iii.eitiiiii
ComucT Ai.vruiisitiiic.vrii— Kale. ar-
ranged according to ipaai tikin,
Alli'liiuilti'iiiiH'tntriicUtlvertileiiieiiti
iini.t he in il,e l.iitiili, .ai the printer bj
Ue,|||e«,l;|| C 1 e|l 111 >.'111 I'll " UTC pit hlil'.ll il .|1
in the II. Vt   ISsllC.
Noam Vancouver, Sirr, y, 1910
will 11. I'isili.iiMiA FOB B, r.
\ll     millnllluelllclll     llll-     lleell     tllllale
during the jm-.t i.*n dayi whiih i-
likelj  tn ban  an Important beating
upull     the    saillltim,     nf    (1   problem    n[
eet} greal lignifii inn to this pn
vims, namely, thut Sir (i.i tree
Doughty  nf   liiiin-in.   Eagland,  for
iii.tti     lean-    tepre-eiitutive    iii     tbe
Britiih Ilnn t i I'liiiiuins fr.atn that
ii-iieiui.il'- a.iii-iiia.. ■ i,  lm-  irrlved
ill     the   pin! ine     lol    llie   purpose     iif
making  i  thi i.l  investigation   ol
our li-licric- .nul a.i condition! per
taining thareto.   It  ti reported   that
he   is   ai   -Haiti,     a.i*...    lie   nf   lhe   ,u|o|l-
ti.,11     llf     -llall     1111,1-   It*-     US     lliil       la*-lllt
ill placing the li-h.ri.s of the I i ll'll
.III   P.la ilia    illll-l   in   the   hlllllls   Ot Whiti
Ill'll.
It is not nc,,*--ni   tii ini.k   bank.
llill.l-   lllll.IIL'll   I   period   nf   lell*   lllllll!
lean- tn arrive it tin tttw else  ihe
.*- ,,f ihi- province—to ihe  tv-
io   lilli* h   the!    Wl te   then  i|.!.'|i.|l
e.l    ucle    npctutcil     aillllll-t     i*V,*lll-i! ell
b) white li-lieimen anirtsl by the Indian population t.n.I agahsi the pun
eipation ol lha latter, none ten
thoughl *.i urging tin niii.**tion. It
ol vary gretl tm
*.*,!!,*■ n, ... ihon uli*. i* It reel
,sl ilietii-ciic. in thi- problem d ska
ietili/e.1 !*, .mn,. mtent, il u | r it.*.
the greal   Importance  oi   pt,
lhi-    illalII~11>     In   lhe   Iilllle   tncll,     tn
watch the , IT.-, i Atereon, nt th iniluv
nf   Inrgl   IIIIIIiIh-I--   nf   (lliclltails. I he
■lup ui,*-,* and ilu- ' hit  ittit'
lime  tli-envelisl   ill   nlil*   li-liclie-   mil.
eiipiti.iii ii, vvl,i. I, thev Hike uilli nvi*
.liu .iul ihe inevitabh -wait haa W>
lowed, nnnielv the white men wenior
.-I * . unib tn lhi- iitifaiii- inm*
petition and were latpi'lli driven oul
,,f ili, ii ,,* < tipntlan until nt ihe pm
ent time it i- litii'iii ab1! line aa Blr
ii . '.,**   a   . ported lo  lui!*
.alt * it.,I   ■'Veil..11     Iall....       .Till-    llkcll
tii .|.*iui. ite   I
I hi- i*  i -efficiently -.-timis  itate "1
ge nl develop
lllal,'      III       VV 111* |l     Mil
* 1*1***1   ,•   ih,* piv-eiii  lime, bul
ll     l»    '*!!.* Well     llifll      iptllUl)
lhe pn-il.ihiic-  nf  tlio-e i  I el
tnd   Ihe   cone pond
tremendou    proportion,   uin.I.   tl.
mi-f..ttiiti.   nay   awum*1 are n
>p.*,ikiiiL- Irum lhe Ituight "f ■   ■ ll
etiiiiieii'li  lilted   to     ■* ■    ii it-
.lU.     .*!    .* .1     ll   l.e.l
-ii i,, *., ii,, ight; «..'. ' Hnu h
Column
ii><*>i   -*. n . *,! ai. ,lth,    Ml I
li-h  , ilm uml  in  her  I ill I  .  b .'   I    Mt
Int'i-i   il.-..*
I'inh   m-glix led."    I It lm ni  uti
/Cil       I* lllll.'llll        tali'l        il        i      alitll, llll
mallei lo ..i ■ Ivi *tt i verj l.i■_-11 ,* li
tu ii,* ,,( ti„ lulu.* ,,( ii... lo I wealth
leplc-elilcil    by    tin*   li-ll    111   • ■. J t    t*
pint
-uie eitenl in
'llljl*   i
llilh     POmp .'* lll'l     I"
Imik   ai|. n  a* nip*1*1
When    ih*   , ..( nut
*     C. ,       It!
*
ii i thai ii. ■*
a|    gpon      I      a***       *f    tin*     vera'
■HI      llul      llf
iinini
ll    ''iiu 11' I"'
a| iha i* il vv"ih **i     *  '
I'* .  I* i pn
uhiali iia, indued-) lm   grown li
*
■ I lllll^'    in    ■
Canada on ilu* Atlantic uml the Pad
etl tne likewin very in-tniclive in litis
regard,   To  quoti il vmi H| in
lhe lotal vnluc uf lh.* vii'lil of lish   in
ilie Dominion fan ihe venr 1008 v.
198,481,088, nf which Nova Baottaeon
triluiteil the large.! imount, name.}
tS,00f>,8S8 and Britiih Columbia tbi
see.uiil largtal namely, 18,488,088. The
total number ..i boali wnployad in lhi
iiulii-iiv ihroughoul ilu* Dominion lot
thut ven* uu- 59,868, ,,f whieh British
Columbia provided 6,018, stun'lum
fourth in the lisi. The total number
,,f iiieii employed ia lhi Canadian lish
eric*   ihnt    ien    un-   ttJUt,    ulul   nf
ihese 11,788 He"' I'lUph'Vell m thl-
I'li.v III. ••.     When    lite   iiiltlptllalll!'*   IU-I!
iii I the bullish!  iii Britiih Colum
bin   uml   the   verv  (light     attention
wdi. li Ims ben given ilm* I ii i" lu
development i- "oniidond ai romper
isl uilh the time mul mttf} wbl li
bai  btsa thvoted to dmilar  develop
tnetiis in the nltlcr pim Lnoee, lie pro
mitient plu.e tthi'ii'lv titiaiineil by .hi-
pt-nvince   uilh teepeet   t»  thi-   -anti"
nf iiutiiiiiiil wealth t- ntsaittabh  I
nhaiiy ilcnot,- the fact thnt lliiti-h
Columbia is the owner "f nn naaot in
tin* lood wcultli aaf la.i* waten tlmt
when nilispiiitcly developed, will tar
outstrip   tlmt  nf anv   other   prnviine
in Caaada in this nspeet,
l'lnm    tllt'-e   cntl-l.lelMtl'ill-,    the      iltl*
portion nf weeing thii industry frotn
th. hainls nf ulieti- .mil nf preseiviti.'
it fnr thnse nf uur nun  nice ulul ll,.. I
liln will Ik'.-iiiiic Canadian citizens be
aaiini's nppiirciit iu the most fn celul
nitiiinci*.   In  this re-|K', t  the words ol
Sir Oaorge Doughty ippiai  in  -.'ive
■tlong li"|s*  llml   llie i s-ury utith*
niity is behind him ud thnt tin* ile
tcinijiiiition upon the pari nf that an
thority is to iiccompli-h thi- cvticnia
ly important pntpoea,  lb* i- reported
i-   thl III Illg  "I'he  li-licry  i|ili».li' n    i
"ii.* whi.fa the lagblauue ol the peo
rims shnuiii turn its attention to
Colonist nf white Hebntea sbnuhl i»*
c-lllblisheil    nil   tile  must   who    -lioulal
not   ntili    curry on the industry    but
obtain *ontrol uf ii.    liuin  meh •
**il|l   e   al-   llie- Innies,   It   tiavnl    lc
-clve f.u*  lh.*  new  lit *lllilllitll   lllll v  • .. 111> I
lie    a te.lleil.      It     is     lllll     CHS!      ll!
li-h i lisheiy iiulii-ttv, but il ct n lie
aiaii.inpli-heil,  mul  I  ,nn    Mettle   you
thai iiii -...nc mil I.* left iiiit iliin il iii
bring .ib.iu' thi- md.  Hart* will b,
1,11*1,*   li,   -ealllc   I.I'.s   iif   lisheriiieii   li'*
iii British Columbia who will woik
f,*i ih,* advanlagi ..I Canada along lbi
Iin.- iif material weahb mid  naliooal
 nin."
i ii. .* an.   . Imi Ing wnnls  ii|kiii  a
inui or  ..f vital Laportanoa in  Brll
i-h I nluinlii.i uml il is io In. hoped
thnl    lhe    entire    pr, L.rnni    will     be
a L'hl   mil   1"   *    linish,   with  tl"
greateal possible eipeditioo.
thi latter plai
has miai l '•'' !"""llily a mote
lati.fn. ia.a*, condition nl ullaiis will
ilniilulc i. ili I""1' lot ihe Com
pai li ivdling public,
11,,. i,,n * in idge mar I nlon Bay, on
the   S'lnaimo i omol  road,   hns   been
llt-Haa*,,,!     | la Hl*W,
I DITORIAI. i nMMiM
The  lale-i   ilcpailure   upnn   lhe   | III
nl the Board of Dtaeetoa nf the l'.i
ii Company in oMng ihe pabllc •
neW   -dies  nf   tiaket-   in   bniiks   nf "hilly
il  0111   ,1**11.11,  is une llutl   -I.,.ll'll .iilil
aa|     lilel.lllll     1,1    ||lc   | „ ,| llll al I i I !     , a|   'Ill-
all,   „|V     cV.ellelll     -Cil I.e. ) lie     .'f'.lt
■    win* h   Ims  Is, ii  nnti* cable    ill
the ami.ul.I   ol   ta alia*   I. iiiiiiiii    bi    the
fell!     fnl       nine    IICUilll.    pll-l,    11-    ill'll
iii ll.e i,i..mi,|.   raporti   uni N
red  regulirl)  in th.    I v
pi.   ,   bat   • ta il.i..I   tl„   .liie.*.,*i    in
make   iiii-   f.ulher   i,-lu. lion  I nlu. n
mv dangs nt Inquiring il"* pt wn
It!    la!    ' ll,   pallUl   ..f   lui.
th,. probabilit)  I- that  tin- mil il tit
■ ih",  f.u  travelling uill .all 'nrih   a
n |a..if*  Upon    he pnl   nf  the : 'ibbi*
tii at     le* ,* ip    the
a ompanj   li   thi  matter   nf I.e use,
Tlie    lite, tOI *    ue  . * I 1* ll'l*    pin   s  ling
llpa.ti    the   -..ill..I  prill, iple   tha' In'' vol*
un I 't ifU   aiiie.i i   ih.*.hici item
1* tan* it   In   l c  porl i'i"
burins    it**! lh ti bj  .*n lag ile' pnl*-
ll*    a", i ndll i in* la'    tO   tlUV.'l,       lie
:      *.   lllal    ll.'
II pim ti tilly  <(re
Inr   then, .lie.   The   I* pie   nf    Op-
lull I rmi ■) with ilia
il land *... n * f t. a iupayen wUt
the    It tv i-    pm* I
*   eu*.*     nf     ill"
I,illiiil  "I lie* pub
ll       Hi       '*.    I.      lie    In    I     ..ili-illellltmil
iii tin  operation nl    *  but IneM,   ru
•*■
.ni     ||   ,   ptnl.ablc ih ii
will    I"   a
III    llUUltlll!
fl  iiii: HOTELS
Palaae   II
Matlaitni*  I     Dcnette,  Vnkohaina
Mi*, anal ip-  v Smith, Port KeUi
.inhn Hamiltm . SpokiM
llciuv   Febwirk,   \;n-si/
\\    i,     tnd   I      \    I'a'lli-.   Mnlltrcal
Ir,    aad   Hi ,   «',   p,.   Destine,
Plana,*
Ml       ,..,|   ||       II     P,ltla|*i,n,    -eiltl*
Mi-    I■'.  II.   lb.ves ami JUU, \iin.'l
Cbae, I. Pamle
|      Mall,..
| Hall-aal.
i;   ii   tbbotl
II.    Tlaaal|,e
*i. Ration
P.    I,.    Cllllie Vi.  III, 1  a
.1. Sinip-nn
Ml-      lal.llll
I.. Iliil- Vaneon m
.1. Smiili
Mi*, and Mi-* 8, Allni.ui "
I!   I   Wt*
\1.    Villllle
w.i;. foodruH
Mr.  atul  Mr-.  W,  9,   llai-
\,    lllel'lll'
Vi. Miiiitut
John ll.*a,'la
II. V. Quick
Mi-- S'*uii
lintel North Vancouver*-
Mr.   ud   In,  l"1"**   l.tvl,,!. \ ut*
a allll'l
A. A. Crowiton Vaneonvw
I     \. Pcithlen
.Inlm  It. lins'lilicltl
llllfll     laaUlll
Vl.    II.    Wll-nll
T.   Sinip-a.ti
T.  Hunter
.1    M
Ir, ud In  r  I
I . f, It \lli-t.r Vi.i,it in
Mi     *i*i*l    Mi      II.    I,  Toots,    I'*1'
bridgi
llenn.','  Il'lial'l.   Stialli.ntlll
In   Pnln   I Donald, trnprior, Onl
Vi    P.  Wltit.'.   Arnptim. Hm.
A. P. Vt iterbui     VI torii
John Swanson
Stone Foundations
Chimney Building
SPECIALTY-NEAT WORK
Addreu t
Hotel North Vancouver
Special  on   Lonsdale  Avenue
Car Line
For a few days only, Quarter Acre Lot,
between 22nd and 23rd Street, $2200.
$800 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
LINDSAY & CRCELtUN
Kual Batata and Inauraoce Broken,
120 Second Street Cast.
Nelson Manf'g Co.
ISI'I.ANAl'i:,   Iill   a.t
,n. V,Lenin Co.'i Mui*
AWNINGS
TENTS
SAILS
N. NELSON. Proprietor
THE QUALITY
STORE
Oilers the best in all kids
of FRESH FRUIT for preserving as we purchase dinct
from the growers. See us
belore placing your ordtrs
elsewhere. Note these prit es
which are consistent w.th
quality.
Prunes, 90c per crate
Cooking Apples, $1.30
per 40-lb. box
Pears, Peaches, ele, at
lowest possible price.
Hickman & Hood
Phonn:
Ma  ,ll   Dtpt,   llf     I'l'l"  '
Cor. lonidale tip. | Sth St.
thu iimmm
lUIN CD., Ltd.
Loaidlla  Avenue,
at Ferry l«andim
m ittfim
ALL KINDS OF
PEED A'l' THE
LOWEST PRIOE8
tit ult." bandit iln* (,'Hatiiiiiu in
POULTRY SUPPLIES:
1.4 K.t'lii kF I.
II. I K.l'liii-kcii l'li,i|.
Herllte' Beel Herape.
\licr'. I'.iiiltry B| ll I
I ■ • -' 11..   Killer.
iviiciii in tun pwtm
Bold in inr anantlttee.
TRY SWIFTS' ARS-
NATL OP LEAD
The Ileal Nm in, r tptty
..tt lli.. in irkel.
ALL <iNds OF
Fertilizer*
FOUL-AWN ANdgardlN
Cheap full size 50-ft. lots
in the city facing south for
$400.00     Easy terms.
ELDER MURRAY CO.
I'l...nt* :t7 Nnrth V.tionvr I'liiinc MM V.ncincr
HlllCC   llcllrt- | 11.111.  In H.jn  la  111.        H|aa*U   K VI' 11 i 1'L'S I'V  H ) '| ** li II t llll'll I
Alter a   llit,    ItaalirS. plm||(' Lll^
SOMETHING GOOD26 ■£££*6
A beautilul tub 'It^isitm ol Loti with tvaterlroul to
SEYMOUR CREEK
and close to St'coiul Narrows Bridge ami Railway, 'I'lie Vancouver Wateiwiiiks u li.nl ui Burrard Inlet ii only ■ lew minutea walk from tb* property, The loti nn the back lac* lha
PIPE LINE ROAD io than ii no troubli getting there by bml
or mail.   The land ia level, toil good, ind eai) to clear    Th*
first tune nllcreil for sale.    I'tnes (rom J373 each.    Teims:   i;
cub. I'atl.ti-.ii over 17 tuonlln,   See or phone
CHAS. E. LAWSON & CO.
Na.rtli Ymicimvcr Rill Eetati Spi * ll iti
Financial and Inieranw l!r..k*r- It Lonnlale ATe.*"Photie 70
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
REAL r.SI All . I OANS, INSURANl I .
FOR SALE
First Class Modern BUNGALOW
1-2 Acre Lot all Cleared.   Close to Cariine.
A SNAP.   .*   js   .*   *   EASY TERMS.
TELEPHONE h P. O. BOX 114
HELLO!!
The 1 |.ie tun
:  nml   it   tint   ail
,-t
IHI   nj. V. IISH MVKkll
Undei Bee ttwmm at.
Tile cli5il|'e-t  llll.l  bell  |*'.l'c il!  Iiiiiii
f»ir all Undi "I fn-.lt and imofced tab,
ponltrjr, egp, eegetablei mil fruit.
WE SELL K 1
North Vancouver
JOHN  Hill vs
FIRST STREET, WEST,
Hot Points
For the Man
LJ 11 '| 1 1 banc* lo please the
wile,
Qi.lt 1   ;tl 111111   .1   njin " HO'l
POINT"
Ti 11 'lays trial, Ire* lor inking,
pleasure ami comfort on ironing ilay*
Qnly iron on market guaran-
1. ml lor two vi ars.
|nvest now, il  vtill please her.
N'.ii. clean ami economical.
"]"ryone now ami bt loiiMticetl.
B. C. Electric Railway Company, Ltd.
50 Lonsdale Avenue.
Wooduard
WesiiH'lv SION I WOOD any
length reqtina
16 inch li!i.:ili, $2.75. |hT load
Cordwood, $4.50 pa cord
pt 11' lm ry
Phont i'i" P. 11  Uox 136
%
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
Dealers in CotJ, Brick,
Sand,   Giaiil,    Liim-,
Cement  iod  Gen ral
Builders' Suppfitl.
All   Ordei       a u,(>iiy
I ,   •  :
III
K-H»HHtHHHtHHHHHH»HHeHr4>HH»H*H44*HHHH4tHH»H|
j Cleared City Lots for $700 j
We have just received instructions to offer for sale
a new sub-division consisting of 15 cleared and partly
cleared lots at prices below market. These lots are
situated on Chesterfield avenue on both 18th and
19th Sts. and include two triple corners. Some of
these lots are within half a block of Lonsdale Ave.
Prices from $500 to $700
Terms one quarter cash, 6,  12 and  18 months
Office: Lonsdale,
Warehouse:
THE   CANADIAN    FINANCIERS,    LTD.
14 LtMtMf Avenue J P CRAWFORD, Local Manage!  J
icai Cilj Whail " • +
orman'i Wharf ♦MlllliMHMIIMIIMIHMIMM-H< MHIH THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
FIVE
1
1
September  Days Bring
September Weddings
Sepli'tnbi'i* ilnys an. drawing near, bringing with thom llio
joys nt Septoiiibi*i ueiltliiigs. Willi the cniiiing ol those events
will lie mnny ili'tnnnils fnr suitable wodtling proseiits, ,1, niatids
wo nro propnrctl  to moot, as iliiring the summer thoro have
lit'iii Mating Iron* all nanufaetnring oantrei of Bnropi, and
f11nn iill tin* produoan ..f Aimrloa, tli" eatj finest ol nil lines
of which our irntli* ,(insi-is.
Tho past 1ms provon our ability and our power to please,
nnd lliis de-ire Ims sent onr buyers to foreign mnrkcls, where
the line-t workmanship nntl art are employed in tlio proiluc-
lit'ii aaf nil manner oi goods. From our stock of these foreign
wnres  uini   be eluiseii  scores  nf  pretty,  useful  mul   pleasing
wedding gifts, worthy ol a plan la nay home, worthy ..f tin*
appreciation of nny bride.
(iur simk of Canadian and American goods also abounds
iu siiitnble gift-, lien* Wl mav make s|tei inl ntontion ol our
aiqtdalta CUT GLASS, which Ims no superior, mnl from which
the gili hunter nay nol tun nway diiplemd. 'Ihon our Sil-
leninri', "P.lliKS" own manufacture, nllors | »i,lo range of
bounty nn,I usefulness; here quality and di'sign cannot be im-
pianeil upon. It is the success nf the ,,innr!. Uuv vour wedding gifts at "KIRKS "
HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD.
Diamond Metchantiind lawellen
QeOa I   Trorey,
Managing Hired,,r
Hastings & Granville Sts.
ItimirWrWrWmmAmrwmrWtm
Gem Theatre
THE HOME OF MOTION PICTURES.
Thii Theatre will be CLOSED from Tueiday
next, Sept. 6th, until the following Friday, Sept.
9th (int lusi ve , to allow for extemive alteration!
and general improvementi.   Watch for GRAND
Re-opening Programme Saturday, Sept. 10
Starts 7.30 p.m. sharp. Admission 10c and 5c
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
A complete showing of Trimmed and Ready-to-wear
Hats will be ready (or your inspection on
Friday and Saturday, September 9th and 10th
"A Cordial Invitation."
MISS CURLE
215 Lonsdale Avenue
North Vancouver
We Are Prepared to Consider the
Purchasing of Agreements of Sale.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
II L.)ii-.tlalt' Avenue
lMi.iii.-s—Offioc U     Ili.usc 22     P.O.Boi80
Singer Pianos
Sold only by the
Warburnitz Piano House, Ltd.
$300.00
ON    EASY   PAYMENTS
10 years guarantee given with each instrument
443 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 114
NORTH   VANCOUVER
COUNCIL RECOMMENDS PURCHASE OF MR. HAMMKllSI.KV's
INTEREST IN LANES l'Kill'.'.KTY
I'OR 116,000,
(Continued frum page 1)
ly Uil.WKl, private frontage II.WHi feet,
i-triH't   intersections  lliil  feet.
'I'lie report wus accepted us present*
ei,
Alil. Irwin repoiied tin llie sitting
(if the representatives uf tin* nintui-
and reeves in Viineottver recently relative to the preservation ol the timber limits on the witter sheds "I lhe
CapilatW, l.ynn and Seymour (ni'ks.
A suggestion whiih had met wilh gen*
i'inl favor he said was tlie ,*\* liange of
the timber limits lor others ti pui
value bjf the government. A commit*
laa f"i this piirp.isi' hmi been lormed.
The mayor snid it  liiitl ban ile* ideal
l.l   ll-e   the   vilritiol   sew.'l*   pipe   ill   the
.ity anil lie had been infortned that
only the seeutid class material wa**
available hen*. lie suggested bringing some out Itotti the old country on
u blue funnel liner.
Aid. Sinilh was ot Ihe opinion that
the best material was shipped.
Hvlaw No. I'il establishing a general grade on Ilh street between Lonsdale Av.,. and Chesterfield Ave. and
B*"-Law No. 12(i establishing a general
grade oil I.oi,*.,lal,■ Ave. Ilctiicell I |e
pit Keith roud aiid 13th street were
read antl linally adopted.
The loeal improvement general bylaw wan brought but on account ot
ils importance and the engineer's dil-
feien I ..pinion to thai sel forth by
the soliritor it was laid over for a
s|ie.inl meeting to be arranged with
the city solicitor.
The clerk read an opinion In.in Ba
le itor Reid to the ellect that the by-
latw in iwpecl to restricting prizelight
lag as iit peeem constituted  noul.l
not , ovei* the desired intent ol the
.onu. il.
Aid. Schult/ thought the soliritor
-li,,nhl lie requested to prepare a bylaw- to govern amateur boxing.
Aid. Kowlei* thought the CA.A.l.
regulations ought to govern in Nortli
Vancouver's pan,
The mayor saitl he had a i-oiiplc of
npplia ation- for profc--ioiril  l„,uts   a
hurt while   ago   but  that lie had re
(used.
Aid. Kowler and Irwin thought lliul
the statutes governed piofe--inn .1 am
te is and thai lhe mutter was icdli
pretty  well  covered   here.
Aid.     Sihult/     aoll-ideled      it      uus
a mailer lor the |toli.*e Io deal with.
II.. .|iieslioii was. would thi' follBcil
-houlil'T tlu- r.-|...!l-il'lliti of liaealsi.ic
tl \liihitinns.
The clerk said the solicitor *as of
ill,* ,.pinion llint a h, .law ".uld Ua
pu--cil prohibiting hosing e\luhi'iot I
Aid. M* Vi-h «:i< n,.t in favor of
entirely shutting out chii iiiotis of a
limited  nature.
Aid. Sahult/ NffHtad that no ex-
lilllltiaitis of anv nature lie held with*
out a -|s**iil li'inse Wing obtained
from the mayor.
>:siking ul the Iwo applications
whiih he had had his Worship snid
llml bolh were strictly proiissi.i.i ,1
■ uie from across, thtt line and the olh
fr in Vancouver. He said he Md
i-k.sl tl,,* applicants why they did not
hold their exhibitions in Valine.>ea
and was told that they 1'ould not
Well, he answered, "wo are m
L'0,,,1 a. Van,.ut!et* and I wil! not (in
v,,ii [mailailllB here.'' ll was *-.*i>* i >i
I., ilu* . ity clerk.
\l,l.  Kowler r. |K,rttsl  thai  the   only
pile  to  gel   the harness  was in  lhe
The  fire committee a a-    I*
thort/iil to order the harnrna.
I lae   a illlimilllS.   Wits    also   -J-ell      IKP
mission to investigate the shipment of
lhe lire apparatus which hud Ih*ii
orderwl month' ago liom Wood-lock,
Om . and -itiar hail ii"l  lavn h-ard of.
Ull SE ARE Ai.l. IIA III.A INS AMI
WE HAVE MORI'.
$1,01111 Caah—BahM tt favorable
terms for well situated new live
MOB liaiu-c, near (Iranil 11..ule!ani
and Keith Road.
Wim on easy terms for lot lij It .\ IN
feet near Larson Road.
11,800 on easy terms for double corner on Larson Road.
|W each, ea-y terms, for SO ft. lots
in ('in nenr l.onsilale Avenue,
ilip, Cameron & Co.
Broken, nm Btnti r..*i
■%*.*»%■%♦%%■%'%%♦*'%*
->»■%%.%•»*.*%»%**►%****-»*»**%*
GUY G.
HEATHER
Tuvitlerniist
and Fur
Dresser
2125 Haitingi
Street Kail.
Phone Mm
Rirds, animals and deer heads Mounted
Buy at the
WELCOME PARLOR
And Save Money
Wi
e positr.
r;uaiantee all our groceries to be the highest
in quality and lowest in price.
BREAD
You may do w < 11 elsewhere but you will do better by buying
a larger loal ol beller bread from us.
Also by buying
RICHMOND DAIRY ICE CREAM
i at our parlor
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY PRESERVING FRUITS,
carry a large supply ol all kinds at the lowest prices.
We
NEW YORK CAFE; I
ESPLANADE WEST
LOW SEA, Proprietor
First-class Meals 25c.
Commutation Tickets, 21 meals
*4'75
Rooms for Rent at moderate raU-t-
Horticultural Exhibition
SEPTEMBER 9th and 10th, 1910
Open Each Day al 12 O'clock Noon.       =
CHILDREN'S SPORTS-Afternoon Saturday, Sept. 10th.
Piiie Lilli, Etc, miy be had Imm the Director!
H. SNOW,
Sec'y Treuurar
w.
... KEENE,
Preiident
Vi    I „, ,*|, S,ott,    tlir   nl known
metallurgist,    lia- ilisao'oied unmis
I likeable 11 in,■> of nullum in Ilitler
a ic*k orrta*.
I If, 11.tie   'l,'lel"|.milU   llie     |Ui.Ill
i.nl at   the  II.II11 mine,  in  tho   hearl
ol   th|   I-Illll'l      Vt. ilk    lllll    alia,..    lie   re
Unmed almost  immo-lintelv ..n  tin* Ilm
Illlel 101
I    1   n.n   I n.i inn  mission  -.ill Is I
..I il *•' I iil-< ne itnnii'iliiitely. I'lnn-
lor the building have Wn ar.-epla.l In
lln* In.ani, anil the site was pui
lecelltll.
The tu It   ic- twin   ol Vernon. II. 1' .
ia  Heating "*mplcii.,n.    Acorn-ding   I"
■■.-infer,   water  is   king  in   Ver
non,   the   .ity   having   in ils   wil l"in
1.1..iiiiiii amply supply (or all  'imr lo
11»* Apokaaa I Iwafcaf el I atnai •
laal.   |al||    |ls„|f   on   tronl   11-   lltlU"
...i|.*iiite in every possible iiiiywiitf
liriiish Columbia's nitthorilies in M
.iiiiil-  iln* "iK-tiini**  up ol the I iil'.t'
lllal    mil
Tlie icinljii-tnient  ill  the Ureal   BOI
ihei ii   ilm, uL.|,  tin* Ire-tun  'li-tii i
*    i iniiiili!  much  indignation on   lm
|. I Inm  f.inner., whose orchard*
.in Wing ruthlessly cut up. In iw"
in inn, tl,,* -uri cm,i hair I"' I
•linen  ..IT l.v    ,*nl, i     om'il wiih ii
Best J. & M. Coffee, (resh roasted and ground, 3 lbs. $1.00
also a grade at 25 cents.
Indian and Ceylon Tea, 3 lbs. $1.00, also all standard grades.
Best Creamery Butter, 3 lbs. $1.00, also cheaper grade.
Fancy Apples.
Oranges all sizes (rom 20c. up to 50c. per doz., guaranteed
not touched by frost, and sweet and juicy.
Large assortment of English Candies imported and domestic
(rom 15c. up to 50c.
New Laid Eggs daily, 40c and 50c per dozen.
Fresh Biscuits, large assortment, 10c. to 25c. per pound.
65 LONSDALE AVENUE
Phone 126 Fkki. Dii ivi ky
wnmannnm^wnmmanmannmmamammmmammmwnnnmwmatannnm
TI'.Mir.HS WANTin
UULB tknih-'.ks will ka mmwt
by the utulei-i^'ii. al up to t ,.'. lo. k .ui
the afternoon of Monilay,  Sept.  ISth,
I'.Hll,     fa.l    L'lll.llliL'   lOIHliUltini;     wooil
walks anil curb on llnl sin.'t from Si
David's Vic. to th,* city limits •'
conlinn to s|H', iHcntions anil form ..
tender lo be obtained Irom th. r
mmjUtet. Work to be commenced im
mediately.
A cheque (or 5 per cent, of the a
mount of the tauider must in compan;*
each antl every tender.
The loive-t or any tender n*at tie.*,.
sarilv accepted.
Omul S. NAM-.
City Knuinoer.
North Vati'-ouver,
Sept,   »tli,   llllll.
TAKI' NOTICK thai the Coui, ,1 .*:
tha roi|mrution of the City "f North
Van.,,uver  intciul-a  t,, ,onstru,t  as a,
work ol local improvement a common
eeWat m  Lawdak Avenue from   23r,l
Ireet north to City limits und.-r sub
«.'. ti.m  lii)  seition 25(i ol the Muni
ipal Clauses Act and intends to   as'
.--   the   lillul   aii-l   thereol   upon     lh.
i.ni   popaiy   frontitii.' or   abutting
iheteon, uud to Is. iH-nclitteil thereby.
am.I    lllall     ll    -talleniclll    ihoVbtf      ill
launl- IiiiiI,* I,, pay thi" said a.s**..
ment uml the names of the mitm
tl,. a. ail, -a, far M , an lie u-eit i n.*.
fi.-m the lasl revinl Asussmenl *•
i. now ou Ule in 11., ollic,. ol llf
la-ik ..( the Muni, ipality and is opd
foi  in-|... tmn during i.fli.■■ h..ur-
The e-latu .'..I ...-I ill the ttork I
*|o,M"! ol which 1700 h t„ he pr,,vul
ed out ,,f the painl lund" of th
Municipality.
IIIIIMA--  .MIII'III'.HI),
Cily Clerk.
Nonh  Van ouver,  11.  C,
-.ptember Nth,  lllln. I
NITURE
SALE
W
, must leave  llir-s<-  pKIDiaM by Si-pUinlitr 15.    To clear
out the majority  of our stock  before that date is our
gnat entleavor.    II you  want  furnishings of any tlescription
ui -.ave much money by purchasing now.
Iron Beds
All sizes—very low prices
Rocking chairs, oak,
with arms, from—
Hi, nan, uitii bwtl
plain niirror, (rom .
Si It hoards
(rom 	
2.25
9.25
14.75
Kxlnision tables
from	
7.75
Dining chairs
It'.tii	
1.75
A big range of baby carriages and folding go-carts
at pt.* IWI   1 h llil|  and   II
a jn* ni tatiifat inm "ith your pun baaa.
Everything in the store reduced
D. A. Smith, Ltd.
Cor. Granville & Dunsmuir St.
Van.
couver
ISSOI.l'TION    01   I'.U.T.NTKMIII'
Notiie is hereby gji"**-*i that the pari
nci-liip hitherto ntfttag liituc'ii
.lames Hialiiime and T. B, Nve, donn;
liii-inc-.  undei   the nnmc and  ityl   ol
liiiihume and Nvi, Idi- luen .li    .li.l
lil pantic- iiuiini: 'Iinin. agala
-iei   lirm   are rei|ii,.-t,sl   to iciilci    a
itatMMttai   th. ie,,f   t,,  T,   s.   Nir,    IV
lllaaatll    till*    -llllll*    Will    l.<    lll|)l|-!.*
all   parti.-   111.1.■! 11 •-aI   |,, the  -ai'
■ fa.*-t.*d  to  mnke -.ot 1 l.n I
the MM wilh  the -md I.  S,  N
whom  receipts   lor  the "iitne will    >"
L'iven.
1 ims.,-. mn,
I'"   ' 1"   ol Veinnn mil   ntcad   il
11*   lighl  svstem al   11 10-1   ol 11,1k
" I ll'*     ll)    I   111 la*I
p..*.   wen*   p.l-sell  u  slllill   til
D1880LI IH'N   nr iau 1 m ii.-inr
sinii 1 is mm onrn that
th pailnunhip   heretolora subn-t
    WAI UK   IUI! GIL*
Mul I,   lllnMAS llllilli:i, and lhe un
a  lllll IWI    I AMIS   CIIIIK.
,- goat  Hialeri, under the firm nam,*
„f     W    ff,    (ill.MOl I   i   10."   at
S'orth Vmnmwi m lbs Pwrba of
„,'',, *. •     1* 11 iln. dag
,,..  niiitiiiil got en',   lie- .an
*il  WII.I.IAM  JAM ■  1 H'l 11
, Iliad  fiom  llu*  I     .    which
will hereafter be carti.'l oa by the said
rtUIIU WOBI 1,11.Mill It and
rflOMAS llllilii:i, by whoin all ilabti
aJd linn will I* P»i'l. mt '"
uh'iiu all out.tanding ncoutals due
D*d  fn 111 ale  lo Is- paiil.
W. J, Kim I
\ 01 ...net, ll. C,
1.1th, 1910.
mw ntsTinsTn unn du
I   I,H    I .     Ml-lll* I     aaf     Ne»     W |. t nil 11- t •*!
I'll,.* notue licit Kolsul Duff Kin
r r a a .rial    of    \ an,, ,,i,\ or,    11.   ('.,   o* , up i
inui. broker, intend, to apply fm |h*i
* i, a ,, ih,, toUowiaf, ds
I ai.l        M„,iil   '.'-Jl  MM   * "in
.*   al   a   po-i   plunt,.I on    lln
 i   uf  lot IBS,
ue«i ,'17.71 chain*, to ,*.*i.-l bountlar- ol
I ,,* Hi ila.ii*. -ouili H ihaim lo
nonh betwbU] gl I"' H'cU, ihenc*
ea«t 11,71 chain- to west boundary of
I.a'   | Mil  ta.1t 'hain«,
thatM   11 '    I"   chain"   to norlhea«l
a oilier     "f     I Ol    MM,    llll'l..,'    II.UlI.eiT,
hort     f   I lol I * ■ ■     t a.
p..lilt  I.f I'.llllll. tl* I'llll III
Ki il'.l III  III II' KINMiiNU
■Inly iitd. 1910. M 1" SIX
THK EXPRESS, NOKTIl  /ANCOUVER, B, C
m CURRY COe
Dry Goods and
Gents furnishing
Corner Lonsdale and Second.
Phone 255
TWO NEW ARRIVALS FOR FALL
A full range of English Flannelette, wry  | ~\
heavy, 32 inchet, all ohoioe pattern! ...      ' ' 2***
A iplendid selection of heavy Shirting Flan-   1 C
oelette, neal patterns, full 30 inches wide    ' a9Q
The Port
of Missing
Men
HV  MEREDITH NICHOLSON
Author ul "The llttllse nl .1
Thouaand Candlaa."
(Continued [row lut Lame)
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
Launch '-West Vancouver," Captain Findlay
Licensed lor 35 passengers
TIME TABLE
I.a IIH
lliillvliitrll Wl.url
Lf.vra Vmii imver
Illy   t-.rn.*--   Wli.tl
"VOU  111:1!   I a |rf|
Itttlf   provided   li    mi   |i*i*,l,*,
Mffeaat  Thej   >■ 11 help amr
!  -a. iieiiie. Thai im '' hltn iiiM'sn'i
j   Hell  Iii uur mini'..-.!   put  ll  It
I  pocket mi'i mar It with inv i
utoiils, if.11  ih..-..  tan allocs 11
bad i'.u the I'lrglnti nnd. Dni
ban  l ia !■ ;;■ ,i campaign bai
em :i*-I ible   Ulw the aMeat i*
Ami there Is n riding eloak I lui
iMi.i',1 1 ever owned   I gate go
u in ii Madrid taller, Tht	
aljbti tn I'lta'i, nml the thing
■are 1 treH   iK.tir, how rm
iiown le Storm Bprlngar
"A foreeil ninn li, innl ymi are
In an hour ntnl it half, sir."
lun  ll.it   I \, i|,l  Sunda)
7.30 a.m.
i) un a.m.
11.00 a 11
13.011 p.m.
15.on p.111.
1 J.00 p. Ill,
ltj.00 p*m s.i■ niti.itx Ont,  32-00 P-m-
y. 30 a. lit J,uiiil<i\ Schedule .....I4.OO I'm
17.00 p.l',1  "  22.011 p.m
Single Fare 15c.       Two Tickets 25c.
8.00 a.m.
10.00 a.m.
12.00 a.m.
14.00 p.in
id cu p.m
|8.00 ji 111
Hi llie
e-sni
color
blend
allll
	
Ll.l
,   Till
. fur
Ihere
;ChapterM &
 > &,v
never remembered; but, odd!-' month,
iiie baron paused, ittutd ifttw inrt
tan for :i  "'-iii. than ihook Ul
lietd nnd walked on with Unit brows.
Aruiltago hid lifted his bat ind passed
mit. tapping liis leg with his crop,
lie walked toward thi printi boom
thit inv Mattered arei tha rallaj and
along iiu> gradual ilopt of Bit Mill u
though   cari'lcs-li   llttiiK  from  tl dice
imx Mini of iiif placei mn hind
ninii' Mtataa, with Impmlni boom set
miii'i iH'iiiitifni (intent, Halt 1 mile
from tho betel hi itopptd 1 pmtai
iiti-"''i to ait u In. owiieil 11 law houso
thai si.i.hi u,.ii baeh ttm ttt road.
The 111:111 inawered, Bi seemed ua
km in Impart further Itiforniiitluii.
nml Artnll:ii;i' ITltM lilmself ol tin-
opportunity,
'Mow nmi Is MM I'lnlbornc'i
pllCtr le nskitl.
I'lio tut pointed It was tho next
boon 011 tin- rlghthaad side, nnd Ar*
mltage tntled to himself anil strulli'il
.III
He looted down III i> mi'tni'iil upon
ti   pretty   i-slaile,   distinguished   hi    Its
formal tardea, bnt with ttt tetnd
KM of 11 pntiii.:il fiirm sir.-Lit
Ing far iiiit into the valley. Tho lawn
terrtcei wm --I's'ii, lirokon mil- hy
plota tif sprint; (lowers. The walks
were walV.I Iii bog 31 iiti privet. Thl
house, pt the pillared colonial tyiH',
eroWMd I series of lerraees.    A hum
pergola, with pUaH topped by nd
tuna,   curved   cnuliially   through   Iho
garden toward tin mintten  innltagi
fnllowoil tl side road nlons Ihe brid
partition wall and contemplated lite
Inner landscape. Tho sharp snap of a
gardener's shears far up tho slope was
Ihe only smnnl that reached him. It
wan a oliartnlni! place, and ho yielded
Quickest routi Irom Nortii Vancouver to the diitricl beyond
Capilano Rivei Launch "Wott Vanconver" makei connection!, without fail, with thi Imy iteanwra from North Van
couver, as per aliove sell. .In',*.
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Kills :
$5.00   p. r   anil   up
Special rales to fain*   I!'
ilies ami  10 regular
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REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
mi Siktn.   ....   MHil ll   \ INCOUVER,
SALE Greatest Furniture Sale
Ever   Put   on   in   North   Vancouver
CASH        You Want The Furniture        CASH
COUNTS      We   Want   The   Money       PRICES
Bargains!     Bargains!     Bargains!
COME IN AND SEE
Here nre « few „l lhe CASH PRICES
Rot tL Oak D      1   , bevt lied platt min n         - $9.50
Goldm Pim 11 hi 1   ■ 11         14x24   - $7.85
Royai (lit. Sun i;iiAi*it in \ glaaa    •         ... $14,50
ll '  Beuitiads, briia trimmingi. all $2.95  I
  $4.50   j
Bwiwkm   I                  ■   $7.75   $8.75   $10.50 md up
SPECIAL lor few dayi only, An Bkaii Buiitkaih $19.75
THE N. V. HOME FURNISHERS
128   Lonsdale   Avenue
THE  I.AIIV  Of  TIIE  PIROOI.A
l'i:\\ photographs of for
eli;n MtMl tacked nn tlio
walls; a Unman Mantel
I11111K »a a tapeslrj* ,,ver
llio mantel; a portiollo
and traveler's will Inn
material., distributed nl ,11 a table pie
duced for tho purpose, and adilli ,,.11-i
to tbe meager bookshelf — 1 line of
Baedekers, a poeket alias, a compre
henilvo American railway guide, sev
•ral volumes of German and Kn act
poetry-and (he plaee was not so bad.
Armltage slept for an hour after 1
simple luncheon had been prepare.' hv
Oicir, studied his litters and table
pirns-made, In fact, some notes m
regard to them and wrote rep'les
Then It 4 o'clock hi told Oscar tn 1 nil
tile the honei.
"It li spring, nnd ln April ■ man's
blood will not be quiet Ws shall go
lorth ind taitc tho nir."
lie had llmlled tho map of Latitat
tonnty with euro ind led the wny MM
If hli own preserve, by tbe rond 1 M
Which thoy hud entered ln lhe morn
tig. Oscar ntnl Ills homes were a
Mdlt to the training of tlie Anterl-nii
Irniy nnd would have passed Inspir-
lion inywltefti. Arttiltnge wnlehetl Ids
idjotint wilh approval. The nan
Hrved without (|tit«lltin. and, iptlilter
It Wit Hull of SIK-IH-h,   bil btlff 1::   ill-
leted hand went to bis hat brim when-
sver Armliane uddrmai-d blm.
They sought agalii Ihe ipot whenee
irmlligo hnd flrsi looked down tn.itt
llorm valley, and he opened his pea ket
m\i. ths better to eWrifj his ideas uf
9a rrgtoo.
"We shall go down Into the valley,
dear," be suld. and thereafter It wan
be that led.
They struck preseiilly luto an old
road that had lavn uu early hlghiiti
aerons the uiouiitulua. Above nml In-
low the forest Inin*,' glooiullj. and pass
lug clouds darkened the slopes and occasionally spilled rain. Aniiliai*o Alt*
ou his flunk, uml Oscar enveloped Mill
self lu a slit'ker as Ihey rode through
a sharp shower. At a lower leiel the)
entile into fulr Heather again und.
crossing a bridge, rode down lulu
Storm valley. 'I lie road at MM I HI
marks of tan, and Ihey passed I mini
tier of Imps Hint spoke unmlstiikubl;. "I
ellies ntnl riders whose moiinls knew
well Ihe bridle paths of Central park
The holel looiiieil massively Irlor,
Ihein ntnl beyond were handsel* I *
tltai mul ntnlilli.iiis mansions Ml
tered through Ibe ialley nnd on llie
lower sl,,|,,*s.
Aiiiiit'ta |,:iusial In a clump of Irees
uml dis inled.
'Vmi ii 1, slay lure until 1 come
hack Ami leiniinUr thai We dmi'l
knoiv nni Me, ami at onr time of life,
ii-a.ir, ..in* *hniiii bt wary of making
nei! MQatlntanei 1"
He losse.l  Ills t*l.ml,  uvrr  llie siltllli
un.l wniki'ii toward tba inu.  Tbi Ua
of Ibo plait ind the ureal iiiiiiiI.>r "I
people   Unim:   aalul    COmlDI   sttrpri-eil
blm. iiiii 111 thf ntunben n,* saw Mi
,,nn se.iirit!. ind in* walked boldl] ap
Hie Wap "f tbt main botel mUiim
lie stepped Ini" lhe long corridor of
lhe lllll, where many people lounged
nlsitit, nntl heard Willi keen siilbtfiellnn
nml relief tbe tiled of 11 telegraph In
-tliu 111,1 it thai serine.I nl inn a- 10 brim:
hllll Into einiiii.*t with tbi It "'il
world He Bled ins lelefrimi ind
null-ell tbe length ol tbe broad ball,
his riding crop niuler liis nrtn I In-
gay banter ami laughtei of I ip "'
young ineti mui *.*,..;., n |u 1 returned
frnin a ilrlie imu bil 1 I torn li Ol lu '.i'l
in ■he. i..r ihere wai u gjrl ■otnewtwre
In Hie vallei iili.ini laa* linal followed
aeross ll  th  a   pwpli uere
of ller 0WI1 n.lllil llnj llllalilllbtedl!
knew lier; veil lile*]* a! ,* , alne tlflell
10 lllis htlfl tll I   iillllL''e.l
uilh Ilii-l..
At tbt ''im- ■ be 1    * .1 Baron rtt
Mailinl.    Hie    Aii-irian   atul
itlio. In reason of thl dealt of his 1 ny
ail thief,  haul  toi * *;; 1   ■: *
Springs   I"  a*a, ■ ,     1     ii,.ii*nti,.ii
(tam  Hie lift ": lhe  t'l'l
ouMdor n.i* i ; howad to
Armltaft, 1 he b *<*l to ■ flwal
inaiij   |re«tt|  I en   ttrboM   a     *     :
lie UwyOti ,'itr lite uvUl nmi ilrollaid
ttu'ity
I" n li'iiaplullnn lo eiploro It. Ile dropped ovei the wall ntnl strolled uwny
lltrongli lhe garden, Iho smell of warm
nirlh. iimlst ttam tbt tluy "s light show
in*., and tbt faint i.l.ir nt gii'i'ii things
fl-OWlng,   Slieel   lu   Ills   nostrils.     Ils
walked ta thi bu end of tbi ptvfrii,
.a I dot n '"I n Wooden len. h iiiiiI gave
lllinself up lo let ule. lie Innl U'elt de*
toiiiii'iil as an lopental lie uus on
rillbomt soil, iiiid the slltiall'.n re
inlred Ihoogbt
11 w.i- while be nnis pendrnd his
lITalrs tint Shirley, walking over the
-oft lawn from a neli:hh'iiiu| eslile.
-imii, sn,!,lenh iiisin blm.
ller Head went up wiin Hlipnit nno
he n.i-sure with disdain She stopped nbrtiplly us lie Juui|.-tl lo Ins feet.
"1 tun eatighl In lliigiaule dele lo!
I can only plead guilty aud pru- fnr
men J."
-Iliei tnlil Ihey said you bad gone
In Me\h*u?" said Bhlrley guestion-
Ingly
• 'I'lngue lake the uewspuiHTs! llow
ilm,.   tbey   si)   misrepresent   uic!"   lie
laughed.
-\es; I read those newspaper articles
nllh a gnitd deal of Interest And my
bruthcr"
"Yei; your luolber-be Is the best
fellow lu the world!"
She mused, but a smile of real mirth
Kt played over ber face and lighted
ber eyes.
"Those are gencroui words, Mr. Ar
inli.u-e. My brother warned 1110 against
you In quite unequivocal language Ile
told ine about your inateblsn"-
"Uh, the cigarette case!" and ho held
It np    "It's really mine, and I'm g"lng
bltlrtcu WU nt'lili nlu upon Mm.
Jlo keep It.   It was vory damaging cvl*
tleiue   ll would argue strongly against
ni>> in any court of law."
'Yes; 1 believe that Is true." And
she looked ll thl trinket with frank
iltli'fest.
"But I particularly do not wish to
i.n,* to meet Hint clinrgo In nny court
of law, Miss clail.trtie."
She met his gaze very sleadlly, und
lier eyes were grave Then she asked
III 111111I1 Ibe same tone thai she WOllld
Imve used if Hi.'} had btH Ulf old
11,cutis and  he  bud lieued  himself
for nnl riding that tiny or for not going
upon a limit or to the theater;
"Why?"
"Becann I have n pledge to keep
and a work to do. nnd If I wero forced
to defend myself from the chnrge of
being the false Huron von Kissel everything WWlld be spoiled. Ynu see, un*
fortunately-most unfortunately-! nm
not quite wllhont respniisllilllties, nnd
I have come down Into the mountains,
Whari I hope not to lie shot and tossed
over a precipice until I have had time
to watch certain people and certain
events for a little while. I tried to
say ns much to Captain Clnlborne, but
I saw thnt my story did not Impress
lii in. Ami now I have said the same
thing to you"-
Hc waited, gravely watching her, hat
lu hand.
"Antl I have stood hero nntl llslemsl
to yon and done exactly what Captain
Claiborne would not wish me lo do under any circumstances," said Slilrley.
"You are Infinitely kind and gone*
ous"-
"No.   I do not wish you to think me
either of thoso thlngs-of course not!"
ller conclusion was abrupt and point
cd.
"Then"-
"T'lien 1 will tell yon-what I have
not told nny one else-that I know
very well Ihnt you nre nol the person
who nppenred nt liar Harbor throe
years ago and palmed himself off as
the ltaroit vnn Kissel."
"You know II yon are quite sure of
It?" he asked blankly.
"Certainly.    I  saw  thnt person-at
llnr llnrhor.   I hnd gone up from Newport for n week   1 was even nt n tea
where he was quite thc Hon, and  I
am sure you nre not the snme person."
Her direct manner of speech, her decisive tone, In which she placed the
matter of his Identity on a purely prac-
tlcnl  nnd  unsentimental  plane,  gave
him n new Impression of her character
"Bnl Cnptaln Clnlborne"-
Ile ceased suddenly nnd sho nnllcl-
anted the question nt which he had
faltered nnd nnswered, a little Icily;
"I do not consider It any of my business to meddle in your affairs with my
brother. lie undoubtedly believes ynu
ire the Impostor who palmed himself
off nt Bar Ilurbor as the Baron von
Kissel. Ho was told ao"-
"By M. Chnuvenet"
"Bo he said."
"And of course he Ii I capital witness. There Is no doubt of Cliauve-
oefa entire credibility," declared Armilage, n little nlrlly.
"I ihonld ny not," Mid Shlrlay un-
responslvely,   "1 nm quite is sure thit
ho wns not the filie baron ■■ 1 am
that you were not"
Armltage laughed.
"That li n HtUo pointed."
"It wai meant to be," uld Shirley
iteraly. "It U"-tbi weighed the Mrt
-"ridiculous thnt both of yon ihould
lie here."
"Thank you for my hilfl I didn't
.now ho wm hrrol Dnt 1 am uol
einctly hero—1 have I ranch infer
place." He swept the bluo hilled horl
am with hli hand. "M. Chnuvenet
und 1 will not shoot nt each olher In
tint hotel dining room, lint I am really
rellevnl Hint ho hai come. We havo
in Inlorealltig fashion of miming Inlo
?nrh nlber. lt would positively grieve
•in. lo be obliged lo wait long for lilin"
lie mulled and thrust bis hat muter
la. nr ,i The sun was dropping behind
Ibr lml I'c.tcrti liarrlniile. and 1 chill
I  ,.t ■ 1. ;.i -'nirply o*er the valley
llu -tuiicl lo walk Ix-sldc Iter as abi
turned away, but she paused abruptly
"Oh, thli won't do It all! I cuu't be
been wlih you. even In the shadow of
my own house. I must trouble you to
take the side gale," und.she Indicated
It lay a mnl of her bead.
"Not If I I.now myself! 1 am not a
fraudulent member of tbeiGertuiu no*
blllly-you hate lold me 10 yourself.
Ymir conscience ls clear, 1 assure you
mine Is equally so! And 1 am uot a
person. Miss Claiborne, toiueak out by
side gates, particularly when I came
mer the fence! Its a long way around
inv bow, und I hu\e a bone over there
saainev bore by the lun."
"My brother"-
"i« at Kott Myer, of course. At about
.nls hour they are having drew parade,
and he Is thoroughly occupied."
"Hut-there Is M. Chauvenet. He
ktW nnthlug to do imt amuse himoelf."
Tliey Imd reached the veraudi iteps,
and sho ran lo the top nud turned for
ai .:*.iiicnl to look ut blm. He still carried Ills lint und crop In one band and
hud tltttppeil the other luto tbe side
pocket of his coat He wai wholly nt
a*.-.*. uml the wind nulled Ills hair and
k'tne laiiaa n is.ylsh look thit Hhlrley
llki-d Hut sho hnd no wlih to be
I'oiind with him, and she Instantly nodded his dismissal and half turned away
in go Inlo lhe Imiise. when be detained
lur Inr a innlnelll.
"I 11111 iHTfeetlv willing to niton! M.
1 'huu-oiicl all Imaginable entertainment We nro bound to liave many
meetings I am afraid he reached this
charming valley before me; but, as a
rule, I prefer to lie a little ahead of
him. It's a whim, the rnereet whim,
I assure you."
lie laughed, thinking little of what
lie said. Imt delighting In the picture
sho mado, lhe tall pillars of the vcran-
iln (ratting her against the while wnll
Of thc house and the architrave high
above speaking, so lie thought, for thc
amplitude, thl breadth of her niture.
ller green cloth gown afforded tho
happiest possible contrast with thc
while background, and her hnt-for n
ga.wn, let us remember, miy express
the dressmaker, but a hat expresses
the woman who wonri It-ber hat, Armltnge was nwnre, was a trifle of
black velvet cnttght up at one Bide
nllh snowy plumes.
ller nnnoynnco nt finding herself
lingering lo listen to him was marked
in tin nltnost Imperceptible gathering
ol her I.rows II wns illl the matter of
ut Intent Ills licnrt bent fast In his
jo) ul the sight nf hor, and the tongue
Unit years of praclleo had skilled ln
(To be continued)
Looking Through
mn Hit ol painti you will bt im-
I ,11 ilie litany varietiei fur
■-|it l I.il Uses.
There Are Paints
For Every Purpose
Iron the un fnl watei paints for
ci 11,11 walla, barns, 1 lc, to lhc
lintsi ill virniihei ind poliahis
for the (iiiniluic oi piano* lill
us what win want to ilu ami
w* 11 sit|i|iK the paint product
With whnh tu ilu it.
W.H.STONEY & CO.
117  I.ntisilale
Phont 141J
MORRISON'S
S I (i N
W () R K S
K« iiii BUk    lit Street W,
-*■-   . \—W.- .   , ■   M
'imir
All iii-w h,.ii:.i.s .slntiilil Ik piped lm e.ts iii order lo MVt the
:n ii \ i ipendilure loi ilns con-
veitit'tue at ,1 ln,.-r dale.
N. V. I.H'.HT. Ill'AT I
POWKR CO , UMlTl'l).
Tuned and Repaired
i'ii it%t 1 Mn Vt.it**,
S,mst,1, iion in aiant. 1 'I
WILLIAM LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER IIBAISB
'TcL.l!eH" lllll -tleet We-l I'nlli-
\le. I', I', will receive |'lnin|t| ill
tellliitll,
HOSPITAL
1
l-n.M'l lllll lit
i THE Mlssl.s DAWHOS
Cert i Hci ted Knrgicil, Medical ntnl
Malertnlv Nurse*.
,'lutses Sent Out on Application
I'or   terms   Iffij   .tt   Hie llo-|iil«l
IM street r.aat.
PHONE   1.0
UTI ll A IION   I'llll  I.Hjllllt
i.ktasi:
Nolice  is  lieieliv  uiven  that   al   llie
ant -iniui; ..I the iiiinui nl Liooniina
l'<ilntnissi,iiu-i-  |of  tbe I'ilv ..f  Niut'i
\ ni 1,11101, I Intend to tippy lor « retail ll.itlle llaell-e lot* the jlll'tlli.OS,
llllll     lilt    'J'.',    blank      I.U,   n.     !,.
174, aan Ul sti*i*i*t Mai. nenr Sl. Us-
i id'. Avonue.
j    (Sinned) CHAS, A. Ml'.!'.,
Hilled iit  Ninth Yniiiniivi'r,
Ann*. Hth, Wilt.
CITV OF NORTII VANCOUVKR
IbMlii; lll'l NSK APPLICATION
TAKK   NlUK'l*:   that at the   nelt
siitine ill tin* board ol UoauingOotw-
minsioneis oi tlie I'ity nl North Van
loouver, I Intend to apply for a shop
■ at    buttle   liiftiso   lor tin* purpose ol
tailing liipmr under tlie prnvisioni   oi
ila a * inm ;i, ,,f wotion 175 of the Mu
nicipal Claum lol In ■ bttildlni to bi
. ie. led on lot ll, block IliO, siilidivisimi
ail ili-lrict lot -J7I, in llio city ol North
Vnni inner, which said lot is situated
on llio south side ol 2nd street, west
ol Million Avenue.
l'TII'llKKICK TARN.
Dated this 'Jth tiny of August, A.D.,
nmi.
Tin*   nei! ,11111 ni worki ai   Pi in 1
Inn    lllll.ll I I   s.'-all.ll'll,    will
l,a      llllll*     III SUppI)      ill'      Italia*      111'      llll
Nmi  Veer, THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
i p™"™—■
SEVEN
SUMMER KNIT VESTS AT
MODERATE PRICES.
A complete ihowing of theso garracnti in a
wiilii range of itylei luitable for presenl ting
wearing, Hest quality vests limn tlie lentl-
' in;; makers, perfectly made, shaped am! finished. The lust values that VOU will find
anywhere,   Note a few styles;
At ijc bun' Kibbed Cotton Vests in Low Neck,
Nu Sin vr or Short Slti-vi- Snlt-s finished wilh tap*,
Ai 25c- Twi'lir attractive itylei in fit* ribbed cotton
vest nuuli* with [UIC]! nr plum tokos, in lung oi ifaotl
slseve stylos
At 35c (3 lor Ji.oo)—Finn ribbed  cotton or Lisle
thread veeti in about ten different itylea, Low Neck,
No Sleeve, Short Sleeve and Long Sloavea, some
wiili fancy crocheted yokes, others trimmed with lace.
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
575 Granville Street.
Phone 3541
TENNYSON'S COUNTRY
A TRAMP OVER THE LINCOLNSHIRE WOLDS-
"NASCITUR ET FIT "-By John C. Kirkwood.
(Written tor thr ExprMl)
f
KiT.'iitlv I foiiittl mysolf nt llornias-   "Thf   broad   vitllcy   ilimini'il
ih,
tl,*, in iiiiilT,ii.i-olnshiii\ im uni-iciit
torn ott thr borders ol Tennyson's
luml, ninl bul all mill's Irom Sum-
orsby, tlie port's birth|iliui'. I bhw in
this riniiiiistiiiirr thr |irotiiisr ol a tie- \
lilfhtful e.viiirsion nloot, nntl so the
nuM ilny 1 l.li llorni'ttstle nt three
o'.loik ill thr iiltrrnoon l.r my wulk
over thr Holds.
(loaning,
"Loag liehis 01 barney aad oi rjra,
Thnt dotal tha wold nnil niii'l  th.*
sky."
"A faint Une rhtga apoa tba right."
"In ttiiits ol paitatt, sunny mirm."
"To Ml nntl right
The .uikoo lnhl  his nnine to nil the
hills."
I    trnmpi'd    thr miles   ta, Sotnersby   "Kiiint  slutilows,  vapours lightly  mil-
with   rnger   steps,   my   gn/e   seeking   '''■,
Kiiinl    niiinniirs
i-ome."
Ihe
1   puss on   to   Miiblethoipr through
Loath,   where   Tennyson   wrnl   lor n
short yrnr to sihool.   Miih!rthor|>e la
onr ol llii.-i' l.ini-olitshire roust 1 nrl
ol   (nr Hunt; fnmr—the othrr  two nre
ALEXANDER p.
HEILLY
Teacher of
Artistic Pianoforte
Playing
North Vancouver,   Saturdays
Studio Address, 939 Davie St.
Phjno R.5732.
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEW & CO.
ClIAHTEkED	
  ACCOUNTANTS
314 l'ender street, Vancnuver
and
Nortii Vancouver
ARCHITECTS
E STANLEY M1TT0N M.I.C.A
ARCHITECT
4l.t Granville Stmt
VANCOl Vl-'.K, B. C
BATHS,
Kallethe's Bath
Comet limner and Pender SK
Tin- only uii-to-date nnd reliable hath houae in llritisli Co-
liiinlil.i,
Wi- iim- whut others fail
Satisfaction gturanu-ed or no
pay. Plain baths, electric bath-,
shower baths, massage for body, scalp and fan- ; electro therapeutic haths a Niii'ii.tliv.
JOS. KAI.I.ETHE. l'ROl'.,
Graduate of llerlin, Germain
LADIES' HAIRDRESSING
Kick I.o'miuv, ottre 111..I »iiiiple, the
Into!Ill kiml in riinailii; there into
lilac* like ii oui,ule 01 It.rliu. ; have
ariuri il llie sortires of nn eminent s|k*i*
ialim ii lm iitiilerslntnls 111 r 1 *uk111 y the
, imiisini: of tii,, .kin ;,,|,| Ironing oal ol
lln- wriiil,li.-,«lii|.|i is .lour uill. the aid
o( an rlei'irie ir..n nia.le Npoctall*/ fur
Ihls garpoaa  The work is verv sooihii.g
llll'l pli'lisint; in I'd i'l, « la tlf verv  Ik'iii-
Ih-ial. 1-Iiuiilil Ih>chiil lo itive (nrilirr
information to ln.lii". IntM-wUd if Kiev
will rail iit mi teflon, Itt I'rnilrr St'
MADAME HUMPHREYS
evil vu heir (or ihnt  whn li mighl hnvr
inspired or roloitrrd  ihr | t's verse,
bill it wus not until 1 iipproiuhed the
nrau   rtivirons   ol   Tennyson's    early
home  llml   I  Ik'-jiui  to (nl  the   s|N'll
of the Inliilsa u|s> iiiiii  ivooilliiml   whiih
provided imagery lor his poems.    The
nnrrmiine roud,  the high hedge banks   .,,
" _e BkagDMI uml Stilton on-Sea.
thr glades,  thr bounding lulls,   their 1
91m palmi wilh gmtag sheep,   nnd   TKNHSOVs   PASSION   ('OK   nu:
the iiliioluie  ptam hangitig all   were , si!A
itiipie-sing MB my dull spirit.
As I desaeiided 1 slow and winding, t*an summer it was laa aiislom 0:
road, amid "a mist ot green," it-year!'1* Ten.iysons 1" lake up their re*-i
eaughl the soil bubbling ol a brook. . shut in Mablethorpe, and there \oung
Instantly I was ihrilled. Was it Ten- : -Vlfi-.-.I band lo love lhe sea and thr
iiv-011's "llrook" ? I waves.   He was Ins, innl,sl by the tern*
I (..und thr rivulet whose lowly hid-j l"-l*   "' *■ Wort* Sra nnd by   the
den musie 1 had bi-en hearing, a little I glorious sunsets over the Hats,
thing leari-ely   Iwo leet  wide.   At the;    Mriblethurtle  has   a   natural  barrier
wayeM bridgi it  ta**njt*d Ml   meagre   aguinst  the invading sea in the "long.
•mler-* 1110  thou of n wider Btream    lo"   hm   "f   tin»",*ki*il dunes"-fiand
llete, it plrnsrs me to think, il the
birthpla.-e ol the brook whirh Tinny
son hns immortalised—llr brook that
(foes a-biekering down the valley.
With inaii! ,1 i-iirve my bnnks I (n-l,
Ily main a held and (allow,
And main  a (airy foreland *-.*t
With mil.iw weed and mallow.
GROCERS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
(■ii'it-riis and rrnvisinns
Wholesale and Kei.nl
nd Hastings St. 1 downstairs)
Deliver? Tuesdays and Fridays
RUBBE* STAMPS
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
3,t6 Hastings St. W.
Canada'! Griataat Waitirn  School
R. .1. Sprott, HA., - -Manager
PITMAN'S
Business College
632 Seymour St., Vancouver
Day sihool open all   thc   year
round.   Night school coiiitueiK-
es September 8th.
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
THE GEO. ll*  HEWITT CO,
Manufacturers
mpikiiik inn mn
Sign antl Price Markers
10 Fairfield Hid.      Fonc R3J72
REAL ESTATE
Yorkshire (iuaraulif &
Securities (toporatioii Ilil
Hn Seymour Street
IBAI ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENT:
ESTATES MANAGED
FIKE INSURANCE
K. Keir Houlgate - - - Manager
hills you and 1 |ierhnps woultl rail
thrm. Listen lo some Trnnysonian dc
■rriptioni ol lha iaa
"Low murmur of seething (nam
Like armies  whis|ieriiig where grrat
aflMn baa1
"As  the   errst  ol    some  slow-ai*. Ioiil*
wan,
Heard   in   dread    night   along   that
table shore,
llro|is Ilat. and  idler the great wa
trrs break
Whitening   for   ha'f   u  Iragtir,   and
thin thrmselvei
Far 01.1 -aim!-, inanlilid iiith nioiin
and iiinni
From less and less to nothing."
"Inlerminiilili* waves, rolling along in*
Irrmitiablr shore*, of snntl."
In latrr lilr the poel wrot.* : "Th
lineat sens I havr ever seen nre at Va
len.'ia. Mail,1,'iimi |s* and in Cora
wall," and again, "Sonn-how watei 1
the .lenient I love best o( all." H
He, lory. I ,amr ii|miii it suddenly, lor 'his love for wnler. whether slrean
I WU looking for a village. Then- is | or sea. Tennyson's son, in his ne -
no village, only   llins. duelling hou-,-   enj.ivnhlr    Wef^-fty    „f    hi-   falhe .
  a Iniinlile cottage,  aitolher   lhe ; says lhat  he "would go any di.tnn,
eomloitnlile looking.     s|iii,ioi.K,    wide    '" »«' ■> babbling brook."
Is there anything ulii.h breed! a
heater traiii|tiillity of a-|iiril lhan a
gently    runtiing,   babbling,    woodland
break I It baahhta Ua fret  of  life.
ll soothes the ehaled spirit. Il lulls
the MM. 11 maUt one loiitemplate
the en.lies.lies-  and   iny-lriv  of  e\i-t
 -e.   And  one    wishes  that  lor rvrr
and fm ever he might l»* as rnre.fiw,
a- devoid ,,| will, na the shallow, sott-
ly iniiininring brook, ever ai-eking   lo
loal   H-elf  III   llll  ellglllling  sra.
S0IKI8BT,   TKNSYSIIVS   IUUTII-
PLACI
A  half-mile farther on is  Sotneisliy
itratddag tetUey j tbi last a sint.-ii.
si|itare, bntthmenleil -tniaiun*, the
manor li'ni-e Iliu* hi'ls glad thai Ten
in-on did in.l   Iiie in  It. lml   in    the
lar Hon l'i' iui.-*| lu.'lling by    it*
sidr.
TENNYSON'S   IHIIT TO   LINCOLN
111     a       iill-lili'laitli,ll     of      lellil!-on
debt     t>,    I.linoIll-hoe    of     n'i   lhat      I
gave him of inspiration  nnd maletin
For a long time I i,*g,inled the mr |   -it  i- ol nun h inteie-l  to mile   ihn  |
 - ..Id ul.iie building in ill letting   .ifn-r h.* Irfi Soiiiei lo   to taki up   In   ,
nf .on* hiiiiging   MM  and  the "tgagl   i.-i.l.'ii*e in the ....itli of Fnglund   li
..| -ofte-t gtwii" U'liinil.   Here il uns I wiote tn I'.niilv SellwoiHl, hi. l»*tioih
that    Allrisl  Tennis,,n   linsl    until   he I isl,  "I   mil  not   so  able  as  in  tin   aa
was   tw.nt! eight.     Rm i*  wn*  lhat I days  to MMM with Nature,"   and
his   friend,    Arthur    llallam,    btMMJal like im|nirl   is a i.tnaik mnde   lo
I,, 11,aili,*.I   to Tennyson's ri*NVi    and   the poat'l inliinuli* Inetiil, Fit/g.ial.l
where   thai   friendship uu- ile!i*lo|.*d   "I   u-isl   to  «uv   thnl   Alfred    shotil I I
whieh has given U "In Memoriam."     never Imve lell old l.in.olii-luie. »h.*r
Iheie    were  lull   onlv    llleh    goml     old
H"'ll"lm-     ,l""     ' K'1'uunge     the   „,„, |1UI  n|,„ H,„.|,  |„„, hill  a.. I dai*
RESTAURANTS
Canadian Dctcclivc Bureau :—
Ollices everywhere
Viineoiiver Offlre: 'M Fmpire llha'k
M Hulling, it. ne.l. Phone ■."J-J.'i
w. w. \vi.;i,sn
(.ciicial Supcniitindciit!
Ml Norlli Van.ouier |ieople eat nt
LEONARDS'
Either   Flack Hlock or Hasi
ings   street,   opposite the  new
Host Ollue.    Leonard sells  his
tea by the pound.
lloor
01   this   lint   lawn with   dunk    anil
bright ;
And I In an with all ihv I.teaidth   ami
height
(If foliage, towering .yeamore ;
How ollen, hit hm wandering down,
Mi   Arthur found your shadow, fair.
And -hook to all the lil.'rnl U
The dust mid din and steam ,,f town '
and the wold-, whnh he was liroitgh
up in."
In thi nneelion lhe following ev
(met from a letter written hy Artlnii
llallam lo Fmily Tennison i- wonl.
while gii mg
"I eatlliot bul  think ihal il the nia'n
ol   Tennison   should  pins from   thu
little   region   thnt   blessed   little    te
gum
"Ho-omisl in a kindlier air
lliaitl   the  outer  realm  of  uire  ninl
dole,"
I lingw.-l I,., ii time iii the little
.hur.hyni'1 It 1001 lh.* toad Ironi tin*
le, ton nmid the llllll and ilil-ki
MM,    ttam   a"   ilimillil   i.inirlhe  soil
„„t f eieuiid,--the bleat  of a lamb    »l" V'"'V l'1"1'1* ""'l l»tt"» ■«   l"'1    '
Ihe ntm MMJI -if bird,, the oi.L,., *"""»■  "" " l"«"  "' ,,",il  "I'l  '
enll, the   Stmtat   hum   of a nolilary   '"''"■' l""1 ■»■ "'''  '""" 'l""'      V
IM  laiking   lis   toll   ol   .weel,   fnun    "'"''  "ll ll"" """" "I1"" *■
. 1,On.11  front   Ihe  dwellers  nl    Siiiii. 1
by."
All llu- 1-  -meli   of dri.|.*-l  11 *'■
In Ihr loiiiitlr.a host  who-.*  |.
1- ever  an  o|ieii  liook.
t     Can you   wonder   lhat  1 lound   nn
ewii iiinpimg llower The erowing
of a ink liom a distant Inrm and the
lowing of kine likewise told ol MM
ing night. And nb.uii nte wrie lli,
gran's   ol   ihose   who had fallen   011
wakeless   ,|eep.
iiawsi.vs conn Nit.N  w^n\____\ _ "ml."___ _?,
......... ^ Imd  illumining and deltghtliil '     KM
SEE US FOR
SASH      DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,      ETC, ETC
HI KK\M) SASH \ DOOR IACI0KY,  foot of Sl. Oorqe
(fa ,"li,it a Irial Ind on vour Order.,nuill or Isige
Thi   journey  10   Alford wa. altoge
ther delightful. The way i. ovei iln*
wolds Ihe highlands ol |,im olnshire.
ll i, nnl a Hal loitnlry hereabout-,
a, the eiliaiisltng hill, will aiirely lell
!o.| 1    f'llll'l     lllllll    loll    a a .i.lll    ,'. a
.ee.     Sprrnilitig  valleys  nnd    WO tU
hill-,   giei luowti   li.ld.   nnd     l'i-  -
Ineinlaiw I  eiiliatia,.   the  I i-1011   It
-ii'p.   And here,  mii   I     ,1.   that    il
you would enjoy your Tennison wilh
a   wholly   new    ilelighl   and   iip|>t'"ia
lion see with \ 1,111 own tgM lh I
ll!    wheie   he   lllell   all   hi-   intpi tl
nble irars, and des. liplion, ol whiih,
|s*lhap, to the eMenl ol onli a Mrf
line, found their win i.iio aliiinsl all
In    pom      Ibn* ao*  1  liall .lion   nr
0   Inn*  ,   .,.|e, led   .it   holdout   I,otlt   III
' -I I
NEW FALL
UNDERSKIRTS, WAISTS,
WRAPPERS, ETC.
Black, navy and brown Underskirts, in moreen, heatherbloom and satteen, $1.25 each and up.
Ladies Morning Waists, dark colors, in cashmerettr, wrap-
perette, etc., $1.25, $1.35, $1.45 and $1.50.
Ladies Warm Wrappers, stripes and dots, $1.25 and up.
J. J. McALEECE
PHONE 93
Keith Him k, Looadali Aw
Nortii Vancouvai
Modern methods ol cnustiiiclioii combining
Artistic decorative featurei with low cost
Desalt iii cozy home-like reiideocci
That make tliu itandird ol quality
In the bout tliul wo luiiM
tti olliiitj; is niiiitted.    Our pltUM
thow evtrything necaaaarj loi the completion
Af tin iiuri   n sial nu, 11  , that mi- louiil.
Mini'' ol il,,* objactionable extras, ami
lilE
pr .plo |..r ulniiii wi- blM luiill in Nollli VauontrtM
-ii.Hv tli.'ir nipm; t'.ititi In idviniug iln' intending homa
BLiLDFK
to conn* and st.-e ns. Don'l .tci'-pt tbe statement of another thai they etU give ynu the Haa results, il you
want tbe best consult
MATI. B. MARTINSON
C0NIIS4C10R
Home Block, L-nidale Ave.       Phone 173      P.O. Box72
1
PIONEER BAKERY
WAIKIR &  III MlK. Proprietors
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
Try onr XXX llmwn Hread.  H.nU delivery tn all parti of city
Phone Hand 54
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & Ath St.
c
ONTENTED
U8T0MEBS
AKKY
ONVICTION
c
orkTEous
1VIUTY
0NQUBE8
ONTRAHINESS
For  onion   and potato  srtta  also  flower   seedi   ol
best tjualily.
HALL'S GROCERY
PHONE 189
Cor. 8t Ooorge i ft 8th Street
N VANCOUVER
u you nomlrr  thnl   I   atTgl "'l"i   ''
IBM 'i-i-  thi-  -'If .inn,'  viiiv I
romrntinm\ to nr. compii i
l.ll THIS MM:
II.   II.   Kl'llirt,   a hl.-f   .'IlL'l'li, I    "I    •!"
Ino.l,    I',,   ill*,   a,llll   .1.   ». >H*-I
art, ol lhe raUvaj   * "I'-lrn tion Bra
>.l tatty, H,*l,h mid  Sim ni I,   II
in  Koti   i;,■<*,*.,,.   i niii   d"tn   rati
.llllll,.   I  1,1 111'.    hllll'IK   a .. ri 11 > 1 > * 1 a - -"
Imm i hi. aaattn aad td
or.   tin*  lm,.     Mr    St,-«iiii     *
Inin*. Hoitlil In. rinitioii; to lh    '
Irom  lhi* ,.,i-t   n  i,* n   1,, n*.
nn nnl. in,, ol tnp'nl COOi tin 'i'"    ' r
lag 'ni'ii* aad nbaM a
llll   It.   C,   I'-I'l.la'
EXTRA SPECIAL BUY
AT NORTH LONSDALE
CORNER. I37il3l OPEN ROAD, $850.
$375 cash, balance 6 and 12 monthi.
Owner must »ell at once.
JACK LOUTET
Tri. 87. Tel. 47. EIGHT
THE EXPRESS, NORTII VANCOUVER,
THE EXPRESS
CLASSIFIED AH. COLUMNS
focui the wiiit- and the offering!   oi
current loaail advertialng,
BATES
Single in-ill. uv per Um
Oh Week, 7'*  |ier lint pel Iniertlon
Obi M,,,ar 1 a. 5c pet li"1' per inaarUon
SHORT and SNAPPY
The iccr-at of th* guccot* of our
Want Ada ia that thoy are short
and gnnppy. People llko a plain
business story told In a fow words
snd If thiy want anything they
refer to tho pi tic o where they
wlll nnd it with the least trouble,
vlt., the Classified Want Ads. Is
your business represented there.
WANTED
^ oung   I inK   in-ii* -   poaltloa   ai
it p innni help, i !
00k.      A       I).,     I ,\|a.i*   -     IllliaV, Hi
IIIMI li Work for learn. Apply,
John Campbell, Mi' I -n** t, mm block
ureal ol I .m-lnl.* tl
WANTED      laa      lllll lliaaae.      llllllll
|N0    a.l-l* I'llltialll  ll-       I*  *!     t   *'1*H,       S.
I .   I v i...— I Mii,.-.
HELP WANTED
WWII Ii  toman lo waah lor tbrn
\|i|i|i.   Mr .    Harding,    I -
i',
FOR  SALE
FOB  SALE   i|.|.i. .  rhaap  \|
W. 1.. K.-.-H.-, fifteenth -in*, i.
lea,
li.
ROB SAI I   i ,,«  I pulh-ta,     11.
li,lino.I-.   a,,n„*i   Keith   Koad    aad
r,,aia,     Ivenue, IM
l-'nlt   HAI I    I'l""1    loi   prenrvlng,
l.v  11 i ii**.    In,
Stein  I'.il.    tree! eaat. tl
I n|; -Ml I i.lo roomed molten
horn* mi >,\111 n*. * .i I .*!* .1 tie,
Ipp.'t   I.U  H nut oi  phone
LOCAL ADS
Jack I.niilel nnd N. I,. iim! ila
Elder Murray Co. fire in-.iir.uiie
Vie a ill I'm or . \* hange loan
■ ild    I   for  "pui
. *i li,    Turner'a, To I tale \n nue,
I'linii,  184.    I'.n. Bu gil
EDUCATION
II    I * . M Donald, 1, ( th  I"
real t,-. rvatot) ot muai, i-  pn
i*o..I i.. n* ■ ■ .* |*n|iil- in pianoforte,
al'l'l'    l     I- r. ilnl St
\nlilll   \ \\. nl \li:   0B< HI S I K\
'•I Nppliatd   ("I    .Inn *
et..   I', II.  Bm  .'I    I'la tn   inm.     I!
I'lllllliT,    ! I'a a*|,*r
Mil U  I
Sill I'  I i,   lh it     Mi
I'.       I.a,11,I aa|_,       li, *,|,|      ,.*||      1,1
'! *
|.|.lllllll.       II.*-!       |M      ill'*     llllai*
lul III, *   '.'li'il   is    llol
*
:   I',   '■ ,aim* .
I   * *,,''
mw SKA
in ci ll Hi KS
li II' I,' I -    ,10'    lliiil, ,1   (ol     iln     I'
,,( n ta-i'li'ii',  I o-i   treat
Nl„a|| III
I'lin    o..|   p. ii   iiini     at   I**
all    tl,.    fffloN   ol    Ml.   n.   n,   ll.   It, I     I
al   ll,'       \l,'l,Ul',      1  .   ','.      .
.i.m. .onl .", |i iii.   n La n.I*
I     |0     N| I        W I'al   llllll
I.'ft   ''I'll,,'' *'' .   ll'll
lllal llllll |      P.M ''a.      Ull'
llllh i>
\. .1. Ill MU l;-n\,
lliliili' t,  N
III II sl II   in   \i   I
\ , i boat n-fitwd  I
ii dl ■' i   la ■• io "i ii"- s  *v* W
■ ■
i.a* ,* at "H*. i    ' " nil   ''"
I a... i    h ol i" ' iw   har|d}   "ii
i      *        Id a   ol i '"n "heh
uoilhl    ii *   "■ "I'1"1  Wm
■*, all. |    . IUM
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Toinorroiv   (Saturday)   is   ihe   In.i
'l'i!'   fill*    tll,.   lli-aallllll    OH    till*    ail!    tllX,'-,
T.    II.   I„ililn,*i    1, i    . "liilll..|li-.'ll    the
* I.** i ion  of ii   -in,ill   i ..iM...... oii   17th
-a'ei't Mat,
Mi-.   Iliirioik   Ims  itarled   the in*
iimi   ot n reaidence on   Mahon   An*.
i'riiii.|.ii li'.ih nml ITih itreet,
1 -innil home i- being limit In Mr.
-lolin I-'. Don ii,,i on In- property on
IWeatern Avenue, corner ol JUrdatnet
Mi. aad Bra, W. Bi-lir got ol   inl
i' .   Uta,, nr,* ill** i.oi,-l- ol  Ml. nnil
Mi-, .1. i , Williatni ol laaai.ilnl,. Ave.
Si.ler \|,||*\ ..( M. I'tul'l -i hooI,
llll- rill . I-a -|„ llillIlL' ai llol'l holith.l.
ill     \t'l\     W,-lll|ill-tr|',    till'    l'IIi -I      "I   ill'*
ilatera ol Si.  I.oni- college,
I      *l i  Clark of Iih itreel in
i.ii*' spending ih adntei in Vancou
ier tl>,. jeaal of her >l nighter, Bra,
B, r,,.ii<i of Hamilton,
I'onti'ni tor Rogen began operationa
llli-     ll,*,*k    II]".1.     llll'    . Oll-lllll liiall    of    i
1" i*in .1   -alii.ol   haan-i*   nt the  IOI*
■ i *.f Nn* itreel mnl Uahon  Ivenue,
Mi. *l. C, Willinm- a,nal Mi 11. Be
(iregor,   n   ri'**i*nt    tin linl   Iron   Cal
i" 1.*it Wrihi.-ila.i morning on a
amk'a dulling expedition up llie Sijtta
tnlah nml riienkniini- riven.
Mi*. Roj l\h,.,*|.i*, rerentl) ,af  Xorth
lleii'l,   lm-   lieiii   iinii-fi'ii*,*!   io    \ nn
 nr iii iln* doapatih.'i'- office,    lh'
i-.   making   In- home   al hi- father'a
plii!i' on  1-nal -tie. I   thi- i in.
Mr. II. I'., i a,n,|ili.ll, .,f Campball I
I ""   iriahaa ii made known   llml
ho    i-    in.l    the   l';ittl|.lii*ll    nli"    111-
harged in iln* imli * a rat-eat v Ln
* unn,** tion ii iih * a averting mono*  to
hi- nun   n-i*.
Non thnt th.. ain li ii.ll n- the
diatrict of Nonh Vancouver lm- di
dared their requeal lor tin* ..m.i -ion
of   lln*   I otl-llllle    Vl, .   * nt   lill.*    lln* i* i
i,*n   likelihood tlmt  unwilling   tin
iiih*  mil   iv-nlt.
M*     I       I.   M* Mill.ill.   I il.'ll   M.Mall.l.a
mai i . S. Voting Irli the Aral of ihe
aveak on board Hr. M* HUlan'a I om h
lhe  Winiiifi*,*,!,  (or  a  daw  hunt   up
I... *   Inlet mnl oil., i' game  ton aln
. ll   finite.      The)    e\|.*i I    to   lv*     nil I'l
,1.,nii   in,,  ii.*.*k-  and   their  In nl
i (parting    ,*i    -illi-laiioinl    L'i'l    "i
ii'lli-oli   on   lh.  i   o-lnili
\   meeting  of  the  tumuli* i
i ii'i. i, ,,( England maiding it   North
I.on-,Inl,*   iin-   hehl   In-l   evi'tiini;   ior
ill,'     |,llt|,,,-,*      aaf    * aan   |.Irl lllu     till*      | „ O
io, t ,,[ em ling   , * I h buHding   ioi
.* ol il aogregntlou  in   tlmt
Ml.     II, like    «n-    ll|.|i*.iniul
ii  nn.I ni'i,*, preliminarlea   had
been   thoroughly  ili-iii--.il the   aiaat
irned   for  one  waah t n
'. f T. S,
\n*.
In. ,i. *i   I inun.on lm- apaaad of
ll*e-    nt     ,'il     |,,||*I||.*     \\.tl.le.        111*.
I liaaiii,,ii ii  ,i _i nl,i or ,,( Edinburgh
■ a   oi.i   , - ii,* o| Lanark-
lio*, - * .,il.mil. Hi. Ihotn-on haa
lnhl n|i|,,,liiiiinnt- in Kdlnburgh Ko)
nl Iiiiiiiii oi. being n--i-iniit   10   ih.
 (   I'liilioloiii   nml   clinical
in.,ii' ine In ih,' uaiveralty. I'atil   n
rentl) Hi. Iiinni-..11 baa haw   1
lemlenl   of Iinii.|iiill.  Sanatorium  al
Kamlnopa,
Mi       I ha.       I Ink,    -on    ol    Mi.    lllll
Mi      -In-.   1 lml, ol   Ith striel,   and
bride  itoml.*.l   tl.r llnn.l boyi' A ia 1
"a   lh.*   I'niiln.n    011    Weill.•■ aim    , *.,.,,
1 ii,*.  iiiii i»* th,* gntaii of 1 apt,
M*    I', helor, iih -lovt.  I* 1   ■
M*   1 !,ak I,,, boat ' I'.U.
Notth    llmnl    lot       	
* m po 1, bul . ttpa 'mi: la bi
li maimed lo lhi 1 am rt 1 ol
a probable ihal tba* "ill take to
ih. 11  redden 1   1   Wlh 1
be I . a,  1     malt ii il
i/.a.
I l„*  yOUSg  -aa|, ..(   lleti.  11,'nl.  n.i .
K.H. 1 ag ai   Huody
iill,*,   tu* 1   miti   n   painful   a
■ a*..I Dr,Vet
ii.n putting ll .1    In* In k
ih,* little Wloa
I'Mi-li  ntnl 111
jumping inui!  ■ '■".   lo iinthw dip
|s<| and i.il   Hi. I. 011 *iu|bl mi   '
-ll  |l|<       pi(   •*       a,i       1 1 '!"'!"  lill*;       ll|
lilli. h   lot.    al   lei!   BMt)      .1 h. I In
little 1 Dough to .'inl'in
lhe    pit *   a mth
a,.11 th.* aid * I
I      ■ 11 ItlHITION
a mllilillU.  yO all*.' llll'll
Id   1  'Wink    '"'
Sin ** iln* *' oui
law   I ■    iln*
u.a i, *       *      ,0    i* labliahlog
II  ii mn
1     a
S,0      ta*
I   , I
1  nl* graph
il       a,111' ml
II        I,'
I a     ml
'. in l.i   full d l.iil
nl " *      la., I na in ill, II., I'ort
I,mil. tin . rn   Bi iiil'li ,   li lill.
IITEBATIOXS TO STB, 8T,
i;i OBOE
A   lubaerlber  .igiting  him-elf "Sa* 1
soil   Ti.ket    II..1.1.1"   11 rites  the   I'a-
press with ral ner 0. the plnn of I'"'
now i-nliin for tl ppar dtwh of   lh.-
ferry ■taatner St. Ileorga ai publlahtid
in ihis paMi on Tili'iiday laat, The
writer ronaiden ii obvloua llml   sui
RECEPTION   TU IIISHOP DE   PEN
1 int
\  1,.,,.|*n 11 ih,* Itighl   Raven nd
A.  M. ,le Pein-ier,  lln1 "■ in ly miint
einle.l   Biahop   a.f   I'..' .liai.vso   oi    Neu
Wesllnin-li'i*   i     10  I'r   H'l.'li'l'ed   ill   St,
Agnaa rhun It li ill "" ' ,|'1   l"rl nal
Otl    Waal*,,**.I,*,l,    Sl'pt.     Ull',    ft'"!!!    B    laa
In |, ,„, I,,  iha* iiii'inli.ii   ol Un' church,
Biahop de  I'eneier, untU hk  neant Iflciently  wide ,!.-, k gangwaj    ihould
.*li*i.*iii,.n ia, tin* Kpinopite, un*   the have 1,,., „  provided ■■" »aoh -i.k1   ol
rector ol St, rami'- rhuroh, Vtaeoa- the cibln, in onlat thai commitaioa-
ver, tiiiii'h aim 1 ,li doubled its mamber tion  (ore mnl all   mighl haw   I""'"
■nip  mai  a. mr'     during hi-  short   1,1,1 w|thoul making i iaar)   lo
1 v oi ..ili..*, -aa iimi now   ii   i-, paM   ihroagh   iln* a,iliin.    Under  iln*
uilh perhapa one ■ \*,*i'ii* n, the moat propoaed plaa In* ii • >r ■ >i>ini<*n   ihii
na ml  iliiioh  i" ii"- dm es,*.    The „|lrll  ,|„. !„,,,,   1, rniwd-d a *ni-h   la
n.n  Biahop i- a mnn of great   lone hound to on-ar in lb"* rornern, nt tl"'
of nbarartw and ol magnetic pwton bead of ,*n,h .tairway, ahantbi I""1
iliti  nml lha*   \" I *   n 'h'li'h ;n   lh' makei n   Inn Iin*.     ll,* ol 1 mi    ilm
I i«| aal  ihlngi .11 its In* ii,,, |,|,lM -h„n- , laoiMii  .trip abWi
inn* at,*ia*:*,|ai,i,m   ninii* hi- Iniplring MUl,hi i». n-,*,| but thai ihe waDi  ol
leaderahip,   Churi'limen in iln- in1!! par
i-h aii m   \ fortunate la bt
ill,; ulilo  llnl-  .nil!   I" Ii.'.ollle  |   1-..11
ill)     1  .j I ,11,',"I   mill   lln*   lii'tt    I'  -I o|i.
i.l 1 II 1: I ICHTIXO
ih..   ilnn ,imlil li. re I iboal   low
I  fo.in iln* i.iii  'ii'li aide, giving
an ;„|,|,',| conveniens ahlrh aoald
nii|i|i compenaale fm 'l"1 I"** "f oa
Inn .ni'ii Involved auul nl-o ia\ ing 1
rertgln amount of coat,
Bl       a \ I'.       haa,'!       llinl       ll        W
li,.,*!,.-   !,.*n*   n   il.i*    all   II   Who   '■   I   tl'** H"*   S*   S     lllll,111111,1   I-   illl   lln*   Wall
fi'in director, al their regulal weak    lace wayi andergoing a aariii td   n
ll      lillt    ill    lh'     f' "I     ailllil'    Ila     \ llll
roUVI I    !' -Ii'l'laa!     II   lh     1    li*'|'la -'      foi
better  lighting  i" Ii'i'    10 t1'- Van
,,,in,.i* approach i" 'In* (errj I nalniL.'
The all* jn*- adviaed ihnt wme
Sorth \nn,*"ii!,*r I „l'.-  h .1 I..'n -nh    ttneattUl
,*,  |a<d     IM     foill      I.II.       'I    "     'll      tbi ll   '    '
wli.i,. ii i -im ' lighted and tor
the general   protc ihnt   and   ronv-ad-
en,,.  „!   tin'   publii   lhe requeal   wn-
in.el.*.
Hi   Hiiiii  l.m-.ii ia leaving (orTo
luiiiii on the ISth ,.f tlo- month   i.
* il .*   ,i lin-ini*-. min-,• in the i'or nn
|in\\ llit\- RECEIVED
11 ni«l Hauler ( hance ii in tee i n ol
-elelnl  .Ion lllain    lot  *b\ ll   I  hi
Imli'  of  hia  band  .1   nea  to N waa
llliinh*-.   ihe   lii-l   un-   ll"'  I'l'iin    "i
lhe hnll  lent   (or  tti "i■   dai Cl  ItOl    Mi.
P, barton, a chaqua ;." 15 fr  Mr.
\. Ij. Steacy, and  ■ cheque lur .1 like
amount    froai   Hr.   I -   I     I1
Smnllei  in **   contribuliona   in   akl
,,f the I.ii*.* "!'■ !"'"■ ni*"'*  »'Ui'' "''I'
lhankfull)     iiul.    The   aalima
lllllll,    ill,'   llllllll    i      ■ Ii'l' ai.a.iin       In   aal.
inin will bt ...-il>    'i'.i  M.     i hm i* i
\ meeting ol nil lhaae mt, real .1 in
ho kt > ml' Is' lii'l'l ni th" I nin"' In,
i,'I ilu- evening m H o'clock, ivhen
iln* -I'li-on'- program uill be dtecueeed
ai- «i*ll ii. a.il..*i ,1 itaUa aaVting   the
a' laall.
lln*  inin*  lm*  rewiving landtri ior
lh..   roii-trn* lion    of    ii   -i.l.iinli.    aiii
I'hinl .treei Irom si. David -   k' a
■.. ll i litnii- lm- been  i*\t ml -I
until Thumb*)  next In  tbc cit) ■ »un
.il.
Ila*    \.il ill   1   ao , iniel*   , |t]    I mill Il.'i,I
Ihl n   I" ll   'I.OM'   of   lhe   -"li. *    * I. H I
na* .lan evening mnl while ii aai   not
I   1,11:111* ml   -ll* *,*--   il    Il.i-   olil* III    !
■ Injh <*ln-- nainiii-,     'I In- atlit ,1 o.,*'
ivi- up to the itandaid mnl "f -uii,-
e I,, make ihinga com'orlalde
ainiii.i-  II**    il*.- aaniunl ntl..*i   ,,n ;,,,, |.  i * ,,, .     11,...■ |*i , ■
tInn, .a ' lo purchaae lhaei    i.   ,, „:,   in nitendaaoa aadlurni I,
nt thoir own ,.\|m.i, ,*.  ...iiiiilon. thei   ,„| n,. I(l„.i,  |n arniptable ilyW,
Imu*  l»*,*n  doing  ni'jlit
in.
tiler   night
li .-\l  .Inllie nil  he h* l.l on Wi-,1
the luml ui- I,i-i organiwl, m ' „, ,|,, ,,1 net! «.*,*k nh.n it is Loped
ihll   ra.n    i   in nloi,lllle   time   lliil
he   provided,    The   attendance   laal
11..In,-aln    evening    n-ai    prim-ipall)
order to bring  '!"■ band■ to nn   elli
eiency tlmi  mil l"* ■ tradil  i"   tbt
.in.  Thoir in"kli Ininil
lim;   I \i.-
!'.*la *    ll
il)  in *  ..f iin.   Ei |
|.n - iho  linn   i    the      i"   giw
,i.eii- Imi
Isa'l.    lllll.ll   . 11' I • I ■ ■ ■ 1 *l"l    ll"I    1   li"'''lan     N,nlli   l'u IVeritei   I'll    imi    li-llol*-
leeiing k
oi in iln- iimi.  nptladi an ■ b
a,** I llml  i    lo       **■ I aid
,,„l [,,r il„  din. i bentfll ol Ibe • it)
,i larg * In  m I* rawardt J
tangible   et mai    ■ *i   ra oori * m al
gb*M i" lurther ellort.
.I..:.   lag    nii*n   oi   return lot   tbi
OUI 11 \|[i|                          in >ll f.i* required b)   th
■                             up runnbig aipw     Iheo* ii   ,|,iit,'
II MM    ll„* inn. nil of t It.* lii.*  Mi-    ,i  .i,„i ,,|  |ag| ,,t   il Ij hall   not
W.  I, II in nl Keilh nm.I. ihi   *i'i.    tiled   i.,. | mntly
look  I'll"*  fn.m   St,  iloha'a  .hm  h l.n*   an   I    i'inl* .    "■
Woiliie-ilio. nt I.SO p.m, to il..*  Van   roaming the clly,    I *i t  yrar'    aai
,.,liter   ..■in... * IL' .   I   "I.    llll"     "al-     li*-l    ol   f,i*.   Imm   'hllll.|H  III    talj     |" 11
n niititi* "f I ii.*l iiiii. came "in  lolhll , h., a.i     nni.,I ... quite ., lal
 nm     alung   uilh her hn-lniti'l   • .mil ihn , luel Intimated  ihai  tin* Imr
-hint   ulul.* ago   iiini  i.."k   up   ilnn venting would  t lv ,,,nnn* n...l thii
.  ,   oa   Sorth   1 nii.i.met.       Mr. i,*m   igAln.    I hm.i,,i.' ih.  i nie'y  in.
Hm  opened n|. .rn l'\|ni-- Ini-iii'- ||re inighl l»* ..( -"m.  ...ni..* i..  dog
,,..,,.   :in,l    |in-   ai   -Inn,I    neu    .In*    ,,miei-  jl  th.l   n* l   npon  ll'-  linn il  n
uh.of   Hi- mi,'- death waa verj nd   iim,*.
on   a ml   of   il     -nal.h nn,- I ai l ■
>,iiunl ii rn mini apparent^    v,,,_.   [I,,.  |,. i   ,,f  li.i.illh   llllil
mi   M I.ii  death had   oil* lid    ll
loll nml h-ti imt nalj tin* bi
a  .in.ill  .lnhl  lo  iii..'"ii  !■'■'   I"        "' '
I I I   Willi   Ill
ii. :>i»>iii n *
BAND in'-1 I IH
lh,   Vaiil. \ ,i i    Oi  Imn.l l'i"
a ,*|..l   ,   ipk *    'I  | in   il  ^' ' I
I'mi    I A | I   nm 1
if  nn i*   .ii" ' " *.'il*   Ih'
lightini t ..'       I''.        HI*!! 'I*lll'l
ll, I,*   ,||.|i|nl"l   M 'lm      '      .lm*'    "f
I'.airli'    ler I       *  •
in,- bank nl abil y id i ai
nam  l«* iha.ia.iinl.li  appm-l itid,
mm iim in   opkmng  \i nins-
II V I I   -
A cordial lavitaiioa n . itiade i  to
,1,'n iii.innii t" mil mit Millm, r\
,-.,*. tl.,n during ih I" * 'I Iioin' ,2 ol
nmi   lull   hllK
in 1***1. i In tl
num, a,.in    i I i    I mer lean    nnd
Earopaaa -1  I Ith tuny
modtda I	
I,, Inapa 1 tl all
!(■ -imnl.I I.,* ii.   amliil        I evi
woman nl	
* |uilv<  ami I- '
PRI -I '• l tiilt'
I h.    i" * *
liron-e  ni 'I  I  lo  " H 1  ill-.
ih.. Knrih  t   * I '.
tmn.al lln* -■ I I    i
la nm I"  end minntii n-
Imi    tlo      provi '    m    the
'I, III. a
I   IH     'a Il.'i        1' a           ,||,|
I tl.
D, llokj-itoitli of ihi*. i In, while il.,
*. baring »aA, Ul kit  ate
.lip nml .-nni. marly maring thelnre
iiti*;, i   ol lii- righl IiiiiiiI.    la ii * lithe lle-h nn- roBipbtal)  -li'"I "'  one
aide of iln* nimiilim,   lh. Vern.i dra.
at  i h.    *, 'innil  nml iiii |»'imiiiii'iil   in
nni   i     mln i|'ii"!
\IW   -1-IIM
*'• .i.i 11 tba lii-i "I u. lobn   o
l-    inula i   ' I    thnt   the   II.   !'.    idi'
phone  Cl      Will   lll-tnl    a   tin.i'   .■..'innn
-i-liin n    ill  |U In in, he. which   will
llllll'     till*    a l'i, a  1      aaf       hi        |      alllltlol     IfOlll
the     Ila- a-1   "lh  .     |n    \   lllaollier. ihe
-l.t,'111   lllll   Is*   iiiii   llllilii   tlllis*   llealll*.,
iilatit, aa,nun. n mi tad ii.iilii.
POISONED iim I
Mi     I*     I'.    U.l*   **i   I I'l.   -Il.el,   "inlin. lol*   of   lln-    . Ity   a     an   minute    of
St,   'a gc'a   hoapitnl .ugerlng   from
blood poleoning of oi f hii hat,
l.n-t eii'i'iiii; ii ni- fiared thai ua*
putatlon would be neceuary ii In
to .nve ih.* patlent'i Ige, bal ka ag
|H*nnsl io re-i .* i-i. i during tlu night,
\n   I'Miiniiinlioit   will   1"*   iini'li'   thi**
morning b) Dr, Varan whan the rv*
a, i condition ol lhe di-m * trill be
leu-ntd nnd iiln'ihei  it mil he Lees
* IVI  lhe  memliei.
\  -haail   lliiil,   ago   Mi    Ihn     n 'nn
, ,| |    Ughl . HI  "ii In    loot, mnl I .ine
a   inlm   ii   paid   "i!    Unl''   inl'tl
,,,„,     |o    JI \,     1,1*1 a!     the     IIU'llll 1*1   I C
roublewomt and iha tot   com
 I ia. darken,  M>* b» am alarm
1     *KJ      .-. in.-.l   Blcdlcal   mlliae     uilh
 ll     ill ll     LM    11   I      aaolele.l  lo I lie
bu innil al 	
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
■■■Wl ■Illllilli    || lllll
WILL FIND IT TO
THEIR INTEREST to
huy their 1 ools and Hardware here, whfie h'flh
i|ii;tlity tti-;it? su|>reme,
hand  in   hand   wiih  fait
pricei,	
Every Building Trade will find hen- every tool and implement required, and the prices will he found cininenlly sat.slaiiory.
We will appreciate a trial order and ynu will appreciate
our goods.
paine & McMillan
Ihe Pioneer Hardware
North Yancouver
. _,m_.a.__SAA—t'A—U—-S
PEABOhY'S
RAILROAD
KING
Ue nre -ole agMtl here
The   Hilly     Hamuli,n Inn I
thai |il iwai en-ii gn it i ii *■
il Illl-V dO   lllll   llll'lt   0\|„ i -
,'lltioll".
PEABODYS'
UNION M
Try a, ,„,ir GQ08S        O
Allll la„ roll! ilneil iiiuiiri-Tlitir-i 1*
Peabody'i  Railroad   King
tit
Fin* S.I. I,.
CUMMING5
tifnt'i Clotbing,       Furaithinn,       Uen't,  Ladiaa', and
Cbildreo'i Booti a id Shoea,
NEXT TO BURNS' MBAT MARKKT
■H4-H4444*fM4H*»M4*»HH<IMIIIIMIIIIM|
NOTICE!
Our bitsiin-ss is now practically on a cash basis This enables us to give our customers the
same hi|;h class goods we have always liiuiillid
at veiy much better prices than can be obtained
from stores doing a credit trade.
Tr\ an order and compare quality and price.
j. a. & h. McMillan
BEST BUY IN THE CITY
17th Street-Hall hlock off Lonsdale Ave.
lacing south, 66 x 148', (eet, price $1800,
I -4 cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and 24 months.
INKSTER & WARD
Rail Bltata, Loans, Insurance
219 Lonsdale Avenue       -.       North Vancouver
We operate thc only padded furniture and piano
moving van in lhe city. . .
He V. Cflrlatic Co.
7 I mr tl.ilt Ave,
PIIOM -        - IH

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