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NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY. APRIL 23. 1909.
NUMBER 9
iiCITY COUNCIL!
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Mayor May was in the  chair triangular place required,    Tin
and Aldermen MrR.u-, McNeish, original oiler of the  tin
provide transportation facilities
adequate to the requirements ol
manufactories and industries on
the northern shore ol the Iulet.
Council adjourned to meet on
Tuesday evening.
Tin- adjourned meeting ol the |
city council on Tuesdav evening
Mould prefer I halt-hourly   service, with   tWO   news  ol  men,
ntnl iilnnil llinl the matter   be
referred   to   the   ferry   management wiih that recommendation
I The motion carried.
'   Accounts as lollows were  or-
lu- dared paid: Board oi works, lo>
___ oue eai   improvement,  J,*i7,s;  wages — -j _m_mmm————______
_~ '     " .,      ....     year ago was Soon.    Expropri- iccount,   $170.No;    waterworks was attended by Aldermen Dick,
Schulto, \oung, Dick and Hraim -&tion  1)rom,|ln,,s  ware ordered cottialttee,   1747.45!     tm   and Young, SchulU, McNeish,   and
were present at the regular ses- (,0 )K. taken. lighl committee, ||6|; [citv ,11- McRae.     Mayor May occupied
sion of the city council, Monday    From J, II   Seiiklet, agreeing counts (ur half month, S151H.K7. the chair,
evening. |tO acce|)t  the city solicilorship !   The   proposition to put on a     The liylaw to repeal the Nurlli
A communication was read upon terms ofiered, with the!scow and tug to carrv Inighl Vnncouver C.as, Light, Heat and
from1 Mesdames C. I. Hall and modification thai lonsullalion until the return of the St. Power Company liylaw was read
N. C. McBain, asking that the be always liy delegalion from George Uo the rn, was carefully a last time and finally passed,
council co-operate in the May Uie council, preferalily liy the considered and a resolution was as was also the bylaw granting
Day celebration, now being ar- mayor; accepted. 'adopted, endorsing the action of a franchise to the North Van-
ranged;   that the afternoon   oil   From  City   Engineei  Hanes, the ierry management   in  eon-couver  Light,   Heat  and  Gas
Saturday, May 1st, be proclaim- recommending as lollows,for the laddering it impracticable to put Power Company.
ed a public holiday, and   that'regulation of ferry traffic: That such an arrangement into effect. |   The report of the city auditor
permission bc given to place ad-'no loads of more than two ions A second motion was passed, to was submitted and read.     Thc
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!LOCAL NEWS!
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no loads ol more Uian two ions a second inuiiuu wa*. |ja.->.w.,
be allowed on the (erry boats 1 tin-effect that the time for keep- report   is a voluminous   docu-
at any time; that no loads   ini ing --he *">t* George on the ways ment, containing balance sheet,
, 'excess of one ton be allowed  on be   extended    until    Thursday etc., for thc year 1908, and also
several requests  of  the  letter, the bridges at low title;     that'night, if the necessary work re- an accurate statement in detail
Mrs. Hall expressed lhe tltanksino loads in excess of one   and j quires it. I of the delects of the present civ-
vertisements on the ferry boats
lor the event. On motion council decided to comply  with  the
of the ladies lor the action   of
council.
Sir Wilfred Laurier, through
his private secretary, acknowledged receipt of resolution of
council with reference to imperial defence.
A letter from C. A. Fraser,
with reference to road improvements on ,sth street, to his property in D.L. 2"},, was relerred
to the board ol works.
From F. Farrow, askiiif that
the temporary waterpipe leading to his residence, a distance
ol IJD feet, be replaced by a
suitable main; referred lo the
water committee.
From B< Anson, re the control
of the speed of automobiles; bv-
law now in process lor lhc purpose.
From secretary ol Conservative club, Vancouver, submitting draft resolution re iiupri.il
defence! resolution already passed and lorwarded.
From Elder Murray Compan
one-half tons be allowed oa lit
bridges at hall tide; thai BO
wagons be allowed on the bridges at low tide williout an equip-
ment of brakes, logging chains,
etc.; that the manager be given
full power to enforce regulations. Council was ol opinion
that restriction of trallic was
not   advisable   and   that   boat
Alderman Schult/, referred to it svstem of bookkeeping, the
1,11 necessity of taking earlv condition of the several ac-
actinti for tin purpose of niak- counts, etc., and with valuable
ing adequate provision for con-recommendations for improv-
veying the heavy crowds that ing the system and securing
will come over mi Mav 24th, to,accuracy ol accounts. The lathe league baseball game. This port was tabled lor luture con-
occasion wollld be looked upon sideration. Meantime a copy
as .1 test of the ability  oi  the will be forwarded each ineinlier
ferrv to handle luree crowds ol.ol the council.
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ot   advisable   anil   tlial   lioalslicny 10 uwh uu|< uvwua «.,— —.- 	
nd bridges must he made mi- six thousand or more, and itpotti   The peddler's bvlaw was tak
..r .1, a>n im fnr further consideration
llicicntlv strong to sustatin any
load that would Ik- brought
over. Matter tabled for reference to board of directors when
formed
From the same, recommending
that an arc lighl Ih- placed   at
the outer end of Lonsdale ave
wharf; (ire and 'ight committee
lo act.
From the same, recommending
that a streei sprinkler be included in estimates for ,1 road
making plant, sprinkler estimated to cost S*;oo.
A plan of subdivision ol a por
tion ol D.L. 616 was submitti
the perfection of arrangements ,cn tip for further consideration,
would depend future .ution as and referred to a committee for
to holding such sports here   in, recommendations
.the future. Manager Heard es-
|lliuiated that bv putting on another boat, lotto people could bc
handled expeditiously between
1 is and ;i o'clock p.m. The
matter was relerred to the (erry
committee,
The finance committee recommended lli.lt the oiler of A. St
HENRY EVES & CO.
t-roiti r.iner .11111 mi viiiii|iah. ,       -   - — --
that thev are prepared to write *™ ,l"' n..ii-.i|»pr..v.il oi the en
employers'  liability  insurance; l«eer attached, because no lane
rl j   • 1 were shown.    Referred  to utt
liled. ,. .      .       1 .
From    Mr.   Chapman,    Im-al |w»hcit»r for advice as to --01111-
nianager  bank of B.N.A., ask- «jje power to refuse plans   for
ine council to pass a resolution, ■*» Weeon.
empowering him to instruct a-   .The committee ippointed   at
gencies at London and   other tie laat ratepayers meeting, to
lilies to pay  interest  coupon
resolution passed accordingly
From Campbell k Stewart, to
the effect that the wagon trail
to their property, lot J, block
I J, D.L. 1S11S, is impassable for
heafT loads, and Ihey wish to
get the machinery in for their
new laundry; they also wish a
sidewalk; instructions given to
board ol works to act.
From F. H. Cudney, requesting that the sidewalk on 12th
slreet, he extended to his rusi-
dence, at the corner ol St. Andrew's ave.
Alderman Schult/ brought up
the matter of the loan ol (too,-
000, which wa.s placed over a
year ago, Ior certain work on
designated streets. An itemized statement of expenditure of
the loa:. ordered   laid  on
the table at 11ca'   meeting   ol
council.
A letter Irom the N V HoM
lurnishcrs, relative to Ireighl
lacilitics during the idleness ol
the steamer St. George, was
tabled.
From T. V. Thoinasson, city
auditor, to the effect that he
would set up the books lor the
new lerry company and audit
the books from time lo time fur
J20 per month,   to  date   Irom
March  1st; relerred to the linance committee
The genuine North Vancouver
specialists. We are the exclusive
selling agents (or some ol the
choicest   lots   in     Quccnstmry
heights;    price*, and  terms on
u.,^,.,^.^^^^^^^^^^^^ application        Here  are   some
G. Ilamiiierslei. to sell a street good buys:    Third street,double
allowance (or the continuation corner, lots 12 and I}, block M,
of :nd Itreet for ftooo, be not DL. 27.1., $1500*     g cash, bal-
t-ntertaincd.       Alderman   Dick ance in (S, 12 and 18 months.
was of the opinion thai the oiler |   Fourth street, on cariine, lots
should Im' accepted,provided Mr. 5 and b, block 22, D.L. 27,-*,, $1,-
gineer attached, bet,ms.* in, bm.s,H,until. 1 slev   would   agree   to 600.    Sixth street, lot \, block
grant lime allowances through 12, D.L. 27,1, close to school
his property throughout the site, S7S0. Lonsdale ave., lot
lownsit,.* It was moved that's ol 2 and ), block 6, D.L. 54s.
tin- ritoiiiiiitinlalion of the I'm-cleared and graded, S800. Ches-
ance committee Ik- adopted, andtcrfield ave., lot 6 ol I, block 7,
moved 111 amendment that the D.L. 548, cleared and graded,
ilerk In- instructed to find out tine high lot, $450. Western ave.
In whal alleys Mr Ilainmerslcv lot n, block 215A, D.L. 545,
is entitled m the townsite j quarter acre, cleared and graded
Council divided as lollows: For $800. Keith road, lot b, block
the .inieii'liiieiit. Aldermen Dick,[71, D.L. 271, Sl.VS<>; 51000 cash,
SJiiili/ ted Braitt; against,{balance in six months. Except
Aldermen McRae, MiNci-.li ami j where otherwise staled, the
Young. The mayor gave his terms on thc above arc one-third
vote against the amendment and cash, balance ill six and twelve
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J, Joliannson La erecting a re-
sidence on 1K1I1 street welt
John   MaiAlec   lias   recently
completed a residence on    1 |lli
street east.
Thc new residence ol JJ lie-
Aleece, on lKtli street west,will
soon be ready lor occupancy.
Good progress is being made
on the handsome new nsiilciui
of Dr. Thomas Verner, on Upper
Keith road.
Wanted.—A reliable girl about,
16 years old, to help look after
two children. Apply at "The
Lounge," Tea Rooms.
The loundations arc well under way for the eight new hints
es to be erected on 19th street
east, by Campbell & Miller.
The two new houses being
erected by Architect Alexander
Law, on Jth street west, .in
getting well along toward completion.
Sutherland Reid has purchased a high class residential site
on bth street casl, opposite Victoria park, and will erect thereon two line residences, with a
southerly view.
Charles Bennett, ol Vancouver
has purchased the line new residence recently completed bv
Sutherland Reid, on blh slreel
east, and will occupy the same
with his family.
Landscape gardening.—Napoleon St. Pierre, designer and
builder of lawns, gardens, ntl ,
late (rom parliament grounds,
Ottawa. Open Ior engagciiictils
Apply at Kxpress oflice.
Wanted.—To buy, nice milage
or  bungalow,  about   s  rooms
eflwt the incorporation of a ferry company, etc., reported per
Win. Morden, with reference to
the improvement ol the l.rr
schedule, recommending as lollows: That a half hourly service
be maintained throughout tin
noon hours without interruption
and thai the steamer st George
Ih- run on a three ipinrtcrs ol ,111
hour schedule (min eight to
twelve o'clock each evening A
protracted and al limes warm
discussion ensued on this report,
during whit It Mavor Ma\ n
viewed his administration. He
had reduced the fare lo live nuts
straight, or six tickets fur iy:.,
la-cause he considered ih.it public opinion lavored it The n
Mill was that travel had .tl-
readv   pra.in.illv  doubled   and
WOUld prob.iblv be trebled belore
long. Vel his authority tm take
this step had been questioned.
Lasl week he had been Waited
upon bv a lolniillltee Irulll   tin
For Sale. — Complete equip
ment for bachelor'a quarters,111
eluding cooking utensils, furniture, eii. Apply .a Bxprete ollice.
All lacrosse  plants in North
Vancouver are requeeUri to
communicate with A. Pkton-
W.iilnw, with .I nut to loaning a lacrosse club here.
The lasl number nl the 11. C.
Oaaette contains iiotki ol application upon Uie pari of .1. 11.
Selkirk, to purchase a large
tract of land on Upper Arrow-
lake, West Kootenay.
Lost. — On \\dim-.day night,
April 11, at Horticultural ball,
or on Lonsdale avenue, a gold
chain bracelet. Finder please
leave at Express ollice, and renin live ilollais reward.
Err.J.Baa.ton will officiate .tt
,1 special senne to be held in
the Baptist church, Fourth St.,
(aat,  Sunday    evening.       Mrs.
Banton, whose powa in gospel
HOg is so well known, will assist.
James Cupel.nnl,pioprietor of
the swing bridge at the Capilano canyon,  recently returned
from     1     sojourn    "1    several
in.tilths in Toronto and vicinity
I .Mr Copelatul anticip.iics a very
busy season in Capilano.
Capilano Aire,ige. — C. E.
Lawson, real estate specialist,
has some J acre blocks, near
the new hotel, at the scmnd
canyon, at $'.00 per acre. Easy
turms. This is cheap. Buv
now belore thev are all gone.
J. A. Stoney has rented .1 ti-
sidence on Bewick ave., owned
board of trade, urging that th
lull hourly service be carried oil
continuously al noon, ami loi
an additional hour in the evening. He had Interviewed the
men on the boats, who li.nl
agreed to work at iioon lm .1
limited time, but had declined
to work an additional hour at
night, (or the reason thai Ihey
.« vuu.ua...w, iwa  alrc.ulv   workiiij;   thirteen
From the same, to Die -cITictjhours ■ d-iv     "' m°*U "^U"
lhat thc audit for 1908 is now |rather tihan ask anv man tO bfr
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ come a slave ill his service.    It
anv increase were made in   the
completed, and that it had 01
eupied .11 days.    Because of ex
Ira work necessitated' l.v ll.e in-''"ning    e«he**;   two   CRWs
in lavor ol the original motion.
The Hioard of works reported,
recommending    that    general
forms oi speiiiiiatioiis la- printed as per lhc request of the engineer.
The chairman ol the finance
committee, with power to consult .mv member of the council,
was appointed a committee to
lm ate ,1 inhabit quarry lor city
purposes
Aide!man  lltailn  reported Iln
recommendation oi the lire and
light committee,  that two   extinguishers be bought   for    the
department, to cost $i,s inch
Adopted.
li w.is reaolved lo ii-qnest tin
sihool Imard lo plate extinguishers in the school building
Mili-tinaii Schult/ moved  tin
lollowing resolution, with refer
tine to the bridging ol Scmnd
Narrows bv the V   W, & V   Rv
"This council   bung  ol   ilu-
opinion    thai   tin   immediate
htlildiag of a railwai bridge  ,n
ross the Scmnd Narrows,would
render lhe north shore of Billiard Inlet available for import
ant Industrial and commercial
opi i.ilions, reeolvee that a committee be sent  to the V. W   I
months. Choice acreage for
subdivision. Note the address:
f>7 and 6q Lonsdale ave., North
Vancouver.    Phone 6.
l»,      1 nine,in ' >* ,     «,iv,a,a     -,     . a,,,..,.,, i •■-—» —
good lot; North Vancouver neat , by P. A. Allen, and will remove
ferry. Small pnymenl .aslt. his lamily Irom New '..i.in.ins-
balance as rent. Address, hu , ter in a short tune. He I* «
Pender street east, Vancouver,     brother of f. II. Stoney, "• W.
Mrs. Edwv A. Mordcn will be H. Siotiey I Co., With whom
at home at' her residence 24S he has accepted 1 position
Jth street east, on Tuesday at- <; ~ «■'"'" 1K W"? fo^
ternoon, April 17, Alter U1..1 Uetaae to proniecl loi rod and
date Mrs. Mordcn will receive iH-trol.-uni In Capilano district.
on the second Thursday in each The application! cover 2560
month attes in all.    .Mr  Barret! h.is 11
A. Hope, ol the lirm of Pi-ane colletumi ol samples UhaU Hum
k Hope, architects, Vancouver, the propert*, whnl. gm- everj
has rented the house owned by indication oi lavoraMe results.
r. A. Allen, on Isl street, east Mr. an.l Mrs tha.l.s Uee o\
of St. Andrew's avenm*. nml Mooilvwlle, have in sympathy
with bit family will shortly <>i a wide circle of in. 11.Is. U
lake possession.' the bereave,ncnl win, 1, tlic*. su*-
Tcnders wanted.-Tci.dcrs for tained in ll.e death ol .Inu
new Catholic church (or North fourth son, Charley, on1 »ednea-
Vancouver. Piaa and specific ty, •'"" ■ l""'r-'""' «
lions can be seen al MO Second ol some wicks lhe Intural
street west.    Tenders to Ik- in wu beld Friday alternoon
SUCCESSFUL MISSION
Rein McNaughl and District
Clerk Alexander Philip retutnnl
Thursday morning Irom Victoria!, whence Ihey had gone to consult the government on district
municipal matters, Their mission met with gratifying sin-
icss. Assuraines were given
lhat Premier McBride, Chief
Commissioner ol Lands ami
Works Tailor, and perhaps other membere nl the government
will attend the formal opening
ol the new steel bridge across
SeymOV creek, the last o( nexl
wii-k. During his visil, the
thief commissioner will gn car
Inlli into she matter of the ion*
stun linn ol mads throughout
the district with the coinnil
not later than April yt.     Low
est or any tender nol neeessaiilv
accepted.
Mr. Smiih, who has rutin It
removed from Winnipeg to ilus
city, has purchased two line n
Mental lots on nth streei seal
The regular wttUt liieeling of
lhe C. B, Soilcli v..is Iniil 011
M0iul.1v evening last, with Mr.
Hutchison in tin than. On account of the recent accident to
Rev Mr Gillam, Mr. Knowles
the presiil.nl,  look  the    topic
of Lonsdale avenue, and will at|"?» '•"r,,'s 1,av'"'" J1 strn<1'
once proceed with the erectioa I The topfc tor neat Monday even-
complete state of the citv bookslwnul(t l,f ""fW '""  Cl
he requested an extra grant   of «* would Ik  about Woo   per
J,oo;     referred   to   the   finance 'month.     This would I.e Seeded
committee More the summer Is over   nnd
From the iitv solicitors, wil- « thiri1 boutWonH "kwlse U
son, Scnklcr t\ Bloomfield, t„ required to handle he poo,,,
the elicit that arbitration pro- More than WJO people travelled
caedfep Ior the expropriation of by the Britannia OB Sunday.
the lot on 17th streei, owned l.v Aldeemel Duk etc tin fm
F. Cruminer, would cost about I'"" • tl,r«l"'ln-irU" h""', sr.r
U», and enclosing a letter vice would tint BOnnecl .»nh in
Iron. Mr. Crummer's solicitors, I"'sent cat serviie,   and  WOUli
the ext 1.11V   Co . enquiring whether   this
|ioinp,in\ has .mv definite Inten
'linn nl intiimenciiig, at an cail\
wav bridge acroea the Second
Narrows, and a lim ol raUwaj
tlong the ""ii'* shore oi Bur
ran! Inlet, m order that, hailing
a    definite   atinnlltn-.mini   upon
the maun i'v lhe V W, I V
railway, th. citji ol Korth Van
couver may tahe inch step* ••
LYNN CREEK NOTES
The new Ivill of Hie Church ol
Kngland was formally opened
on Sunday last, Ven. Archdea-
mn Pcntreath olluiating The
1 itgest gathering vet held In the
valley congregated for the ser-
^^^^^^^^ .. .vice, which was greatly enjoyed
the construction oi a rail* IA  special  offering  was  t.ikm
whiih intonated to 5ii
it^m^^tTS, «?WaSril^t^sasrai^ t„i^.t»«.
Messrs.Baglow t\ Thorpe line,
disposed ol their photograph!.
studio to Mr Corbelt, who, (or
■onu* ti 111**. has been in ihnrue
"f Thompson's studio, Vain on
The new owner takes pos*
of a baideome resident i* lor personal occupation.
The ptol ltn lal    road    Itira-ni.iti
arrived in town earlj this week,
accompanied by s gang oi workmen, and proceeded .it nnu to
locate a camp oe Keith  road
Capilano, lot tin purpose ol
construiiing the roads promised
hy the government .it tin last
sale of provincial lands ll is
likewise possible that additional
work will be undertaken hrtori
the gang takes its di p.n unt-
from the district
The Burrard Power CompUR'
is experiencing some difficulty in
securing possession of the record
of 25,0011 baches "i wati 1 out "t
Lillooet lakes and Lillooet rim
for which il applied some tinn
ago .liistiti* tassels held 1 onu
iii Ottawa mi Tueeday, April 11
In lhe case ol the King is   pin
tard Power Company, In w-hn 1
the dominion government seeks
to annul tin- application Ior
water rceordaOD the ground thai,
it materially interferes with tin
rights o| the dominion in the
lands and waters oi the railwai
licit,   granted to the   dominion
by the provincial government
The coinpanv   claims   thai    tli
iug, "On The Trail
Tin Scientific American ol
April 17th, jusi to li,unl, inii-
t,mis an excellent writeup oi
lhc Alaska-Viik'in Pacilil  I
siiimi al Beattie The ittttt-
prcss is mpiiittsii Illustrated
with high class photograveures
ni Hn buildings and grounds,
two oi whnli app 1: hi "iit-
stdi tiun' i"ii 1 pag
C, W. Traugi r, ol (ilenwood,
Minnesota; C. S Ui Lanry, tn
Sheldon, Iowa; and Harry
Thompeon, ol Balaam Lake,
Wisconsin, rompriai .1 pal t]   -i
eastern visitors win. hat. ft n
boUng >M-r the local -aita.ilnm
(or the past tell ila as, \iith ,1
in a   tO iniesiiii, nt       Tint   ale
slopping at tin* Palace, Un ir
local .i);enis bring m *sts,
Thackei a Thornton,
One nt the bunk houses al the
Diplock-Wright s.m null caught
hit- on Tiiisd.it week,
shortly afto the lunch hour. A
. large lorci ol mi n waa speedily
al work to lighl tin names, but
the building was burned to lhe
ground, Forlunateh the wind
waa blowing Irom thi west, nr
otherwise the mill propel mi^ltt
li.ne been endangered,   A   new
.ill    vv,.,,[', a,, ,      a,,,,,,,-      , — - - ,*
water privileges were not itnlttd   bunk house is imu being   erect
ed in the grant to Un dominion |cd on an .nljat(tit site. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
lli
Iiu u McNaught presided and
Councillors Gordon, Westover,
Robson and Davison were pre
sent at tlu session ol the dis
trtii council nn l'lnlat evening
last.
Thomas Taylor, minister ol
publii works, wroti to iln ef*
ii,i iii,it instructions rti con-
stuni roads inCapilano district
had been issued to iln road su-
ntindeiii 1 that he would
*    Un council a
bout the last ol tins month, tn
uiiiiir with reference to   roads
generally.    To be acknowledged
and IiiiiI.
A letter from A. G, Peru lo
ial luanagei B, C. El. k\ Ca, .
acknowledging receipt ol letter
ol April nh re right ol waj to
Lynn iruk. was received and
ninl.
I'.. Anson wrote, asking lhat
restrictions U placed upon the
speed ni automobiles throughout
tin- district, as he ii running a
tally-ho to Capilano, and serious results might resitli Irom
overspeiding; laid over Id await
bylaw, iimi in preparation
Mrs Sugden «*rote, directing
attention ol council to the an-
s.iii condition ol thi bridgi on
tin l'ipiline road, near 11..skins
road, and intimating that council would be held responsible lor
.mi accidents; engineer lo act,
A Obaffkrom wrote, requesting .i wagon road to lots i* and
)-. north one hall oi block   16,
D.I.   (Sol and 6o7; relerred to the
ol « orks,
John Mai Lean wroti. requesting a wagoa road to lot tK,
link 11. D.L. noi and 607, reierred ." board ol works
.1. II. Robert requested a
wagon road to I) I. *<$; referred to board ol Forks
I S, Nye wrote, requesting
thai tirtain improvements be
11 .eli under .1 local improvement
ia\law tn Lonsdale avenm. as
iai .1- iln north side ot 17th
siti a: tui! be prepared
S Ginuburgi r wroti .is n -
nting one  thousand  acres
ol Ca| llano property, protesting
ag.ua-1 th borrowing ol a large
sum ol money on the general
11 niii a.i the diatrict, for thc
purpose ol constructing roads.
Tin- writer favored paving Jo
per cent out oi general revenue,
atul levying the rem,under mi
propert) abutting on any roads
thai wile built; filed (or relerence.
Plans iii subdivision as fol-
lows were submitted; West one
half oi DI. mi-, approved; I).
1. Hot, recommended as amended: west portion of D.L. sr-,. approved .1- amended; block m,
I) I, jaiss "Kingston Heights"
approved; a sketch ol subdivision "i lota 17, Is and t/9, D.L.
2087 was approved, as was alao
,1 sketch ol lots m, 11 and I],
D.L. 783.
Tenders as follows were received for the construction oi
Essex road, Irom Lonsdale to
Chesterfield, u. feet wide, a distance nl 750 lut A. Rhodes,
Si*."; E Groleau, J300, Referred back to the board oi
works inr further consideration.
Tin- laa,,11,1 ni works recommended U lollows: Thai the
work on Hull street be done by
contract, and that the lowest
tender, that oi Campbell & Mil-
hr. be accepted; tut a wharf
at a total estimated cost of
i.i built .a HoUybnrn, Capilano
>I2ihi,anil that the work be done
at nnu- by day labor. Report
adopted.
Board ol works accounts, totalling 11033.94, wen* ordered
jiaid.
The health committee reputed that they had inspected the
North Vancouver general hospital; that they had found the institution in a good and sanitary
condition: the om patient was
doing well, and that they were
unable to discover anv traces ol
partiality upon lhe part oi the
management.   Report adopted.
The matter ol borrowing mm
or two hundred thousand dollars iiii tin general credit ol the
diatrict, inr mad building purposes, was then broughl under
consideration.  Run McNaught
made -a ilear Statement ol Ills
position,stating thai there were
three considerations that should
be very   carefully   weighed   in
contemplating such a departure,
namely: The desirability of con
serving, as much as possible,the
credit that the district at present enjoys, in view ol lhe pos
stbilitv of heavy demands in the
not distant future in connection
with railway or other dcvelop-
munts; the quection as to whether the present is lhe most opportune time to plan- a large
loan on the money market; the
necessity of slating explicitly
just what roads and in what localities arc to be constructed,
il such aii amount ol money
were to be borrowed lor the
purpose.
In addition to the councillors
lhe lollowing gentlemen partici-
pated in tlu- discussion, .Missis
I.idillc, Clark and Pa ton, representing the Capilano Land Improvement Association, Itom
whom the proposition nude;
consideration emanated; .Tohn
M. Duval, J. C, Keilh and .las
A. McNair. The two lasl named speakers strongly objected .to
the floating of sue li ,) loan on
the general credit of the district. Mr. Keith stated explicitly that so lar as he was concerned, he would bc willing at
all times to assist any proposition to make roads under the
local improvement plan.
The temporary loan bylaw.tn
borrow from the bank ior current expenses, was linalh pass
id and council adjourned
Vancouver, P. S Thomas having opened an attractive and
fully stocked drugstore in the
Morden block, corner ol Mh aad
Lonsdale. The store will be
known as the Lonsdale Pharmacy, and will carry a full stock
01 drugs, medicines and sundries
Mr. Thomas comes here with
splendid tt commendations, I ning
a graduate of Toronto universal .unl the Ontario college ol
pharmacy, as well as being lully licensed in B.C. Customers
at thc Lonsdale will liml the
prices as low, if not lower,than
those prevailing in Vancouver,
A. FARRO B. BLAND
Geiierfcti   Contractor Home Block        Lonsdale Ave.
Laud Ciwafine, Slam; ami Beet 	
inn-nun. Kitra nam nuiir lu-Un*f,
All ilnn i.- - maiai   .a.i 11 large cans tomatoes   25c
K M 1- I. I    V M ■ M  I       AliK.NCV        .    r ,    . r
irt) fine butter  J 1.00
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The Lonsdale
Fresh Tomatnes.Cueum'
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HOSPITAL
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PHONE  09
Hdnkin & Harding
MU Paimers
Paoerrancers
MM s Mn
Sorth Vancouver,   -   B.C.
I'.u-I Store    206   ln.ad.l**   lap
llnpo.ll. st. .»•* O'Oi.r. Mor.
N'i-:\v business iiorsi-
A new business house has just
been added to the list of those
catering to the public of North
Pioneer Bakery |
S. H. Walker,   -   Proprietor
Fresh Btesd diilj air' rei   I
10 ,i|i parts nf tin-1 in
to Indies for t'
5c. per l"af
HIGH GRADE CAKE
PASTRY, BTC
PIONEER BAKERY
8        71 l.nntdale Ave
COAL
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TRANSFER OF LICENSE
North Vancoaver HFNHVy
Transfer
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Pr«>ricl*r
Cartage. Removals,
Parcel Delivery,
Storage
on     mifasiri*    TiRim
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Telephone 70.        Night Calls 13
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del., Lai* 1. or Cinacrva*
tiry.   Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
1.nm 11 in ll nly panol
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after date, 1 Intend I" apph to
F. S. Hussev, Supcrintt-ndiiit ol
Provincial Police, lot .1 transfer
of thc license of th. Moodyville
Hotel, held bv tne. lo Tom
Booth ol North Vani ouver, in
the Province of British Columbia. The .Moodvville lintel is
situated al Moodyville, on lot
No. 2'1. grout) one, New  {feet-
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Thc GENUINE North Vancoaver Specialists
Wc bave tbe Absolute Exclusive Sale of some of the choicest|>ro|)ertijin NorthVancouver
Queensbury Heights
We are the ABSOLUTE EXCLUSIVE selling agents for a number
of tbe choicest lots in this District.
BEWARE OF MISLEADING ADVERTISEMENTS
Third Street    Elne Choice Lots   Eating Inlet
Lots 16 to 20 inclusive. Block 22, D.L. 273
Price $750 each.   Terms, one-third cash, balance 6 and 12 months
NOTE THE ADDRESS-67 and 69 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver, Phone 6, P.O. Box 43   |j
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Plans have jusi been made
public by the Washington domain of the Knights of Pythias
to bring to Seattle this summer
the famous lola Knight rank
team of Dayton, Ohio, with its
spectacular tableaux, special
drills and musical features, and
secret work ol the order. The
team will give three perlorman-
ces in the new armoury here, on
July b and 7, and one on July
8 fur Pythians only. Pythias
week at the A.-Y.-P. exposition
is July ,S to 1 J, and the loml reception committee expects :s,-
000 members of the lodge as
visitors during that period.
The cost ol 'bringing the lola
team, with ils carloads ol scenery and electrical electa, to the
coast will be Si 5,0*1*0, which the
Knights ol Pythias will raise
hv the sale ol tickets to their
own members throughout the
west. Braid Chancellor Otlo
A. Case, ol Washington, has already received orders amounting
to $K,om, and states that there
will be no trouble in raising the
entire sum. There will also be
Sl.ooo in cash prizes for a competitive flrill of rniform rank
companies, from all parls ol the
west, which will be held on tin-
exposition grounds.
Excursions by special trains
will run to Seattle (rom many
parte ol the west during Pythian
week at the (air. One from
Montana, Another Irom California, and a third from the Yaki-
nu valley have already been arranged. Others will come Irom
Spokane, Portland, Beilinghani
and other large cities in the
northwest. The Wenatchee val-
lev will probablv send an excursion also.
Supreme Chancellor llenrv P.
Brown, of Cleburne, Texas, will
atuend the gathering of Pythians in Seattle, and has promised to make the Independence
Day address at the exposition
grounds, Mr. Brown is an orator of national reputation, and
will deliver his famous address
entitled "The American Flag "
The supreme chancellor and
other high officials ol the order
will be taken on several trips
around the Puget Sound country
at the close of the ceremonies
here, and the gathering, while
largely western, will take on a
national importance. No special event during the whole
period of the A.-Y.-P. exposition will lie more attractive
than the performances of the
lola ternii, and thc new arumrv
seating 3000 people, will properly accommodate the attraction. The exposition officials
and the Pythian committee are
working hand in hand, for the
big gathering of lodgemen will
help the lair, and the exposition
will be a big attraction (or thc
Pvthians.
The
state
department     at
Washington has advised the directors of the A.-Y.-P. exposition, that "foreign troops" will
be permitted to cross the bordor
line and invade the exposition
grounds upon whichever date
Canada may set for the invasion.
This means thai a greal big
feature is to be added to the
Dominion day celebration on
Julv 1st, which is also Dominion dav at the exposition, ior
the plan is to bring lhe Duke ol
Connauglit's Killes to Scaltlu,
and give Washington its first
view of British troops upon its
own territory.
Canadians resident in Beattie
are planning to make Dominion
day the second biggest dav of
the exposition. ihey admit
that Seattle day, June 12, will
he the "verv biggest," but they
promise to give even that eveiil
a race for the honors.
Under the rules of lhc stale
depart in ent, it will be necessary
for the visiting giiveriiineiit to
ask permission (or Us troops to
go upon United States soil, but
Ambassador James Bryce has
been advised of this formality,
and it is understood he will
make thc necessarv representations.
A. .1. HOOD
«♦> l.miN   nu* Ave.
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North Vancouver Lodge, Xo.
\S. meets every Thursday evening, corner Lonsdale avenue and
First street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting "brethren cordially invited to
attend. A. L. Clements, N.G.;
Thos. S. Nye, Rec.-sec.; J. II.
Pilling, Fin.-sec.
! SHAW'S
PIONEER DRY GOODS,
Gent' Furnishing and Fancy
Stor,-.  ( or. 2nd& Lonsdale
Ol'R
j Spring Mock!
is 111111 complete, and* we lieg to call vour attention
lo the following special lines:
Special Selected Prints lot per yard, worth 15c
Sheeting    25c to 50c per yard
Pillow Cotton      25c per yard
Madras Curtain Muslin   2oc to 40c per yard
Straw Hats     'Irom 20c up
Boys' grey Canvas Hats  50c
We might call attention to a (ew suit lengths
we have lelt from the bankrupt stock we acquin<l
some time ago, which can be had at an unusual re-
ilitttion.
DRESSMAKINGON the premises •
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$2.00   )'• r    anil    up
Sp t i.il rstts to I  ai
Ih - ami   lo  regnlar
.* tarders	
nest kdoi G men on coos
REDA &, ANDriU6o
PROPRIETORS
Sl.lONtl  SlKIF.l,
•NUKTH  VANCOUVEI, B. C.
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Boot Maker
ATENTS
Wt solicit the buk.nree of Menu fad nrrrt,
Knirinaf r« and others who rei life thc idneaVil-
||y 1 f having their 1'atnt l<u-.ti-« tririMcted
by I;*f*rU.   Prr.iroinarjr idn;e frre.  Charjjea
•        mo     ___.           r;*      11   11 I tnodenle. Ourlmmtor'i Advlwrtenlnpoo re-
Lonsdale   Ave.,   Opp.   LltV    lull   q,:<jt M*rion&Mir1*n, KejU.^wYorkUe
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VANCOUVER Business and Professional Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
BUSINECS COLLEGES
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED	
  ACCOUNTANTS
Cit) Auditors
North Vancouvei
516 Bender street
KENDALL,  SEWELL 4 CO.
Chartered Accountants and
Auditors
Vancouver, B. C.
Victoria, B. C.
Seattle, Wash.
Phone 1923       P.O. Drawer 765
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. W.
Ctn-xn't Gt-a-.-t.it Wttttrn School
R. J. Sprott, BA, - - Manager
HAT WORKS
REAL ESTATE
HARDMAN HAT WORKS
• PRACTICAL HATTERS -
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Board ot
Trade meets the third Tucsd.i\
of each month, at 8 o'clmk p
m., in the board room, Cin
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday of each month. D. G.
Dick, President ; J. R. J. Mur-
rav, Secretary.
AH   HiTliCTa
E.STANLEY MITTON.M.I.C.A
ARCHITECT
—,   ■**..»*-.   ■■»■     -   i.iii>
i'io IL'siiugs Street West,
VANCOUVEI, B. C.
Sew llif Highest Md Pmitims
Pitman's Business College,
°3- 634 636 Seymour Street,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
CHIROPODIST
»u:UO'-. ERS
A. U. nEATTIE
F. G0RL1CH, (Graduate)
CHIROPODIST. Corns.bunions,
•tore feet, etc.   cured.       Many
vears practice in London, Eng.
Room 54 Davis Chambers
615 Hastings Street West
Hours; 9 to 12 a.m., 1 to 6 p.m.
DENTISTS
ATTENTION
Builders & Conractors
L imhff will never lip cheaper,   fiet in on thn urnuml
lloor.   Build now
Sp ■*. inlti-Our o»n Kiln-
dri -I Fi'-nrini ind Finuli
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Mid —l.ynn iwi. B.C.
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High Class
Dentistry
1 have opened a modern, up-to-date Dental
OHice, in the Palace Hotel, in this city, where
will be found all the latest appliances nn 1 d -
vices for carrying on a High Class Dental Practice. All work done in this olbce is covered by
a Protective Guarantee, giving the people of this
city an opportunity of having their work done at
home, and also at Vancouver prices.
Note the Prices
Full set of teeth   S.S up
Gold Crowns    Ss "P
Bridgcwork       I
• Gold Fillings      $2 up
Alloy Fillings     Si up
Extracting (painless)      50c
Consultation      Free
Examination      Free
DR.  A.  M.   LOWE
GRADUATE PHILADELPHIA DENTAL COLLEGE
Hours 9 a.m. to b p.m
- AITlIiiNEER -
lij Cordova street went
is llie onlv auctioneer -who will
pa\ spot eaat before the sale ia
Kinducted
BARRlSTEf-S
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McCROSSAN S. HARPER
BARRISTERS,  SOLICITOR*,
NOTARIES, EK.
' 12-34 Imperial Block
Cor. Pender and Seymour Sts!
P.O. Drawer 1111S     Phone 2444
F. C. SAUNDERS - - r - - -
Barrister, Soli.itor, Notary
Public. Member ol the bars
of British Columbia and (Quebec. Room 9 Empire Building. 603 Hastings st. wesl
Vancouver, B.C.    Phone 4166
SCHULTZ k ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms K14-105 Crown Building
615 Pender Street
Phone iMb
IS. D. Schult-        C  S. Arnold
bAlHS
Kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sts.
,   The only up-to-date and reli-
1 able bath house in Hritish Co-
luniliia-
We   ture   where   others   (ail.
Satisfaction   guaranteed or no
! pay. Plain baths, electric baths,
slimier baths, massage for bo-
jdy, scalp and face; electro ther-
a|>eutic halhs a specialty.
HIS   KAI.I.ETIIE. PROP.,
I   Graduate of Berlin, Germany
DR. W. F. WRIGHT
DENTIST
Successor to Dr. Dalby
D13 HASTINGS ST. WEST,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Phone 978
DRUGGISTS
Keep your eye on
EAST   VANCOUVER
^^^^^^^^^^^^^      HEIGHTS	
Hals   cleaned   and   blocked at 	
the sign ol the Hat For particulars apply lo
420 ABBOT STREET MORDEN ,V THORNTON
VANCOUVEI, B. C j phone 815     440 Homer btreet
LADIES' HAIRDRESSING
lorksiiire duarautee k
440 Seymour Slreet
MADAM HUMPHREYS
S^tr^tSairkln^^curiiiM Urpuratiuu Ltd.
disease. Children's hair cutlin};.
Facial Massage.      Manicuring.
Ha.rdress.ng 25-50                      REAL ESTATE
Shampooing 50.        Phone 1000 	
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
MAPS ANO BLUE PRINTS
VANCOUVER MAP k BLUE
PRINT" CO., LIMITED. .".'...\     ■STATES MANAGED
Electric blue-printing, drafting,
tracing, city maps.
Crowe k Wilson Chambers, 441
Seymour street Phone 1060
FIRE INSURANCE
1R. Kerr Houlgate Manager
MUMC
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancuuver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Hall, Cor.
Robson and  Granville  Streets.
htblAURANIS
ALLEN'S RESTAURANT
All Instruments.      Phone 2530]
I
RED CROSS
DRUG STORE
A.l GORDON, MD.
it Cordova Street,
__        VANCOUVER, B.C.
Prescription Specialiat
Phone 1053
t
DYEING AND 'LEANING
The only place in B. C. where
work is done entirely to customer's satisfaction.
PERTH STEAM DYEING &
CLEANING WORKS. A. Inglis
Proprietor. Phone 756. Club
ratea a specialty. 562 Seymour.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
THE LABOR EXCHANGE
] Water St. Phone 3059
HELP OF ALL KINDS
Furnished to employers free   ol
charge.      Phone or write rush
orders at our expense.
PROF. GEO. COWAN, Expert
teacher ol Violin, Mandolin,
Banjo, Auioharp, Zither, will
give twenty private lessons
lor }". Further information*
at Cowan's up-to-date Music
Store, 608 Westminster ave.
Lum.li or Dinner 25c.
Short orders at all hours
57 Hastings btreet West,
VANCUUVER, B. C.
All North Vancouver people
eat at
LEONARD'S
Either Fleck Block or Hastings streei, opposite the new
Post Dun... Leonard sells hia
tea by Uie pound.
Phone 463
M. W. WA1TT k CO., LTD.
558 Granville Street
Pianos — Talking Machines -
Music Goods
The oldest music house in B. C.
JLOiIlK  Mm ..Ml II Lb
OPTICIANS
f. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Opiui.in
All work guaranteed
Consultation Iree
49 Hastings street west
Opp. Cilucrapllollc '.lit'.itlt
OMItt Mffftff MKI
Loggers, Railroad Men, nnd
Tradesmen furnished iree to
Employers.
14 Powell street. Cor.Carrall
Phone 2566
FENCING
WIRE FENCING
Farm   and   Ornamental   Gates
Garden Arches, Flower Stands
B.C. ANCHOR FENCE Co.Ltd
74J Pender Street,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
PHOTOGRAPHERS
VANCOUVER SE\U.\G
MACHINE li.tUlA.sGE
791 Granville St.
Wholesale and retail dealers   in
dewing Alauluucs and Supplies.
Machines renied by the week or
mouiti. Phoue 1487
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CAMER.U'HONE   THEATRE
Muiuiikdl    Upcra,    \ aUUcVllle
and Drama
Program 1 hanged evciy Monday
i      Ally .seal 111 lhe house IOC.
38 Hastings BtMt West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
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t-VAIOMMAKI-HS
MARTELS  STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHERS) -
122 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, I. C.
The best equipped studio on the
coaat. Phone 3228
English practical watchmaker;
L.tablishcd 1889
PICTURE FRAMING
Specialty,   repaning
WOODROOFE,
312 Carrall Street
WINDOW SHADES
Nnrth Vancouver Estimates
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest stock   ol Bad delivery Iree	
mouldings in B.C.to select from F. W. BOWES k CO.,
so when you want (raining don. Manufacturers of window shades
cheap and well get eur pti 750 Robson st.
BAILEY BROS CO* LID, Phone843 ^^^H
540 Granville and 138 Cocdovi
CROCERS
READY MADE HOUSES
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
(Inncrics and Provisions
\\ In. li sale and Retail
nh Hastinc1-* St   (downstairsl
I Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
JOI PRINTING '    TRY EXPRESS Oi-FK | '
HOOK WORK '    TNY KXPRESS OFFICE !
COLOR PRINTING »   TRY EXPRESS OFFU I.
THE STANDARD BOUSE
BUILDING & CONTRACTING
COMPANY LIMITED
(M Carrall Stn.-i
The B, C. Mills
Timber and Trading Co.'s
Patented Sectional Buildings. THE feXMtfeSS, NoM VANCOUVER, fi. C.
THE EXPRESS
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aVatlnetdat. \a uingaoenaiilti publication
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N'iikiii Vamcouvir, April 2\. ujutj
CITV UATI'.lv SYSTEM
A proposition "l exceptional
value to tin* iity wee lubmitted
to iln- board ol aldermen, by
lut Engineer II.mes nt tin ks-
lion iniil Tueadaj. April i uh,
ns ii gives everj promise ol
s.iliin-; iln* difficult problem ol
supplying tin- water to tlmt
portion iii iln iitt lying north
oi .'.'ml itreet,
From tin* intake, the erater
in.nn runs ,iluii); tin* Lvnn vallej pipe Inn road to Sutherland
.im nm-: ilmtii Snt In il.unl avenue
to luili itreet; nnl along toth
street lo Lonsdale avenue; tlnn
lloun to ih.* Esplanade   Ai iln*
corner   "i   M Iv avenue nml
uilh itreet, one block erest ol
Sutherland avenue, there is ,i
pressure reducing valve, which
h.is Imu installed in order lo
relieve thc pipes farther mi of
nii'lm pressure Belore iln- 11
ini oi ilns '.ilu* is exerted,
iini. is ., present oa tin main
■ nt\ pounds. Inn tin* valve
reduces this pressure to nothing
so thai iln turner ol Lonsdale
ave. .nnl luili sir.-.t tlu- «.it. i
pressure   is simply iln* weigh!
of   tile    Until     which    lills    lile
in,iin itotii iln* pressure reducing valve to Lonidale avenue
This preasun 's sn slight tlui,
■it j:iii1 su,. i ih, water will
inst tm kit Irom n standpipe,
.imi cannol i« convi yed Into the
houses ,it .ill
I'" ' *'l!    a    a,|    |||, M    . I ,||. 111 |'l ill S ,   1|
has hitherto always been mn
iindiil tlmt   tin   water system
"iniil not provide u.iii i   above
-'.'ii'l    H"l    .md  tins h.is been
iiii to I"   i mu s. 1 inns defect
Tin prevailing opinion h.is huh
i no inin thai   in unlit to mi|i.
plj iimt portion "i the nn h
ing ii"Hli -a • i"l ir.i I with
wati i   ii would lu necessan t"
' Hln I   I'll',   tt iM   liuin   tin   .li
iii. i iyi Mia a,i  I,, , itcnd   Hn
' ii i main li  tin pn * nl In
taki .i mile oi tnor. highi t up
I.Mm creek Thr. I.uin altel
native ua.iiM prove ,m exceed
ingly t'.stli undertaking, In
volving iln ii placing ol iln* en
nn in*nu iintn tin iii u Intake
to  iln   i lit    .is  the .nlilnl  |,|*,*s-
111'     WOUld    I'l     Inn   n\, ,ll    Inl    ihl
pn    '111    III.Mil   In  l.ltt', (III   llll*
oilnr hand in he dipendenl upon iln  purchase m wati t  Irom
un .'Ini    '* *iiin,   im   usniints
within ilu  'in. would prow
mst!. and would mn innil   ,i
l» nn,un in .unl st rinii- iliint in
um.
Engineer   Hanes   ha     madi
il computations, .unl is ol
opinion  thai the system, ns it
si.itnls .,! preient, is quite capable ni giving
■tin iai iin* iinttliiin lim-
i iln uii.    His pro]o i
imu i- thai tin iri*snii redui
ni); i.iln    *il    iln    . "l in ■       *t'
Moody avenue anil lyth street.
be removed to Lonsdile avenue,
jUll ntith ol mill street. This
will allow the illll pressure oi
iln- water to exert itself at
Lonsdale .md 14th, immediately
increasing   the   head   .it   this
poinl tn ',00 leet nnd the pres-
siiu iii 1 in pounds, The result
will lie thai the following pres-
siuis will in- obtained: On Lonsdale avenue norih; corner line
slreel, tin pounds; corner   j inl
street, 95 pounds; cornel   14th
street, ;,-, pounds, ,illil .it    lhe
iit\ limits, one hall block farther niiiih. si> pounds, As 75
pounds constitutes lire pressure,
and the citj   limits em! on the
lane, oil it Ilk h 110 houses will be
1
iiiuli, 11 becomes evident,   tli.it
sniiiiiini  pressure will be pro-
Milnl nn adequate service   ior
any houses buiii on .'4th street
or within the city limits.
Tin only expense entailed in
eflecting this highly valuable
mipii'teitielit, ill addition to the
moving ul the pressure reducing
Valve, will be lhe possible replying ol lhe present mam
unin m.Andrew's ave. to Lonsdale, by 1400 leet ol tell null
iiunii |iipe .mil I400 leet in' six
imll Mood pipe.    There is even
probability, however, that   nu-
present pipe lllll pi live e(|U.tl lo
iln* added pnieiiri, ami that
even this expense will lie iiniii-
cessarj. The main at the loot
ol Lonsdale, is declared to have
sustained the pressure ol a goo
loot head ,,i tunes, and is regu-
l.uli wilhslaiitlinj; ,1 ill loot
head with 140 pounds prcssm.,
Which  is  lar   III  excess    ul    its
guarantee, and .is ihe mam on
luili sin-it is guaranteed to sue-
lain ,1 pressure ol ,1 .'.so loot
lie,nl, .nnl under the new condj-
iimis ihe pressure will not ex-
in-il ,i   ia,,i I,,,it head, Ihere    ls
gnml reason tu believe unit it
will prove equal tn the situation      Tin dty engineer, did
not ilrilii it wise, howevel. to
try lhe experiment on his   own
responsibility,    snd    therefore
111,nil   Ills npnll  to the lollllill,
in order lhat lhe work might be
e.irri.d out under their iiisitiu-
lions, li was decided that the
alterations be made and Unit a
test be made ol lhe present pipe
.is soon .is ,1 sufficient supply oi
new pipe ..in be pl.i.K.   oil   the
ground, to ettsuri prompt   re-
p.uis sliould the pipe sliuw   any
signs ul overstrain.
The i.i-ui.iiiic comments el
lhe mayor   and    ililerineii   will
doubtless be strongly seconded
by the ratepayers, if 1,1s appeals
altogether probable) by this tn-
Sing ixp.nse, ihe uiy watei
'. i' 111 .an be dunged Iron .1
diieitiii tu ,1 thoroughly efficient system
J ELDER   MURRAY   CO.?
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• I'soni ,17, SnRTR Vancm'tir l'li"iii* 3481, Vancoi-vir •
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• Double Corner
In the Circle of
your Acquaintances
4th and St   Andrews.
Improved,
Cnh Ji.soo,  balnice to arranc.
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Price $4,000     •
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'fLRNITLRf SPECIALS?
Princess Dressers
and
Chiffoniers
Mailings
at
20c and 25c a yd*
W iutloii'
Hlitnh
A ipecial shipment hnaght
way l)d a iw III.'
market prtoa.
In   nne   I'nlor
onlv.
nt Ke i afh
Iron Bedsteads   Jr
from $4 00 up
MM HUN
Linoleums
at
50c 60c sq. yard
2*^ Many Handsome
Dinner Sets Given
Away!
Did You Get Your*?
VaAArV^r^VVVVVV
Kvery user ol Royal Standard Flour receives a roupon in
cnth lolb sack which entitles the holder to a chance to win a
lieiuitilul china dinner set. Ten are given away each month to
the users o( this famous breed lour. Duplicates of the coupons
placed in thr flour sacks are pined in a sealed receptaeli, and
ten are drawn each month,
The winning numbers will le announced in this spate Compare your coupons.seek month with tin- lucky numbers as~an-
tnitinccd, and il yuu find you huld une uf the duplicates, send il
tu ns, and we will nt uiht forward you a beautiful I09 piece
china dinner sel Iree uf all charges.
I tiik wi 111 uvoiiii: wm m\m& I
p 54   and   56   Lon*d«le>   Avenue. ■*-*,
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VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO., Ltd.
VANCOUVER.     B.C.
viKTii nsmw.% mil mi nm im
SI K* ST. GEORlili
STK.  NOKTIl  VANCOrVER
Ladies'
there mav be many engaged
und married people. It u i
hundred lo one their Mtflgt*
ment, ur wedding, ring tn
bought here, beetuee ben ie
where t.hp great™*! variety ol
High (Mae? Jewellery ii
shown, ninl where om can
alwayi nly upon fitting
good value fur your money,
We have a fine line
o( gold and silver
watches, brooches,
chains, etc.. and precious stones
GRASSIE & CO.
.        Jil Iambic Street
• aH*e
inery
IHE U1ESI PATTERNS
stilish creations by skilled
milliner!, from New York and
Parisian models.
The Newest Shapes trimmed
t,i iovt Iv effects and at prices
thnt place then within the reach
of the moderate purse.
Ready-to-wear
Goods
Blouses, Hosiery, etc , sti .
is large vsriety; the latest mode-
and al light prices.
NORTH VANCOUVEB BUYERS
should examine our offerinis*
Moore's
149 Hastings St., £.
II.
intra i Dun
V(li.   inellt.lr
nf
nil kinds ol M1..1011 mil A nt h|Uh Kiirnl-
iiin*. Man , liilii-f. Hank tut] liar Fu*
tun-.    I!.'|.*iiriii|[ In nil it. hrSSfhSS
IH Thlnl Sl. IV , ll»i I*>||||||||< mat I...mil.I,
0|ii,„,lt, .-.iniil
MAII.liKliKn.--|iivfii |iriiin|ii attt'iiiinn
Heinz's Sweet
Mixed Pickles
 inbulK	
'I hr hurst made.   Splrn.ln
ippet iters,
35c. per
Quart
All lines of high-grade lamily
groceries al right prices.
C.R.MCKMAN
.uniidsle Ave niiri Rth «t
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THIS TIME TABU IURJECT To THANGF. WITHOUT NOTICE
Special Snaps
l.ol 011 lulh street, close to Victoria l'urk, cleared
.ind graded, facjnj- Inlet.       I'riee JlS.su.
Hall cash.    Halance in six and twelve months
7 per eeii 1.
I.ot on mth slreet, first block east nl Lonsdale.
Price J.VMi. Hall cash. Balance in six and
twelve months.    7 per cent.    Partlv cleared.
Still a few lots lelt on Qiieensbnrv Heights at J400
each. Get one l-elore they are all gone. Plans
and full particulars from
C. E. LAWSON
RKAI. KSTATK SPECIALIST
IJ I.'insdnlr Avenue Plume 711
Be*
Nil ran^e. 0/ Sutton'* j
I rtiiiiiiis Suits
Rolled Oat»
Hocir
Haij and Feed
Covrrhill'a Harlev Flakes Ihe
latest breaklast loud. Iry »
package    t.sc	
411  ORDERS
DELIVERED
me Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Liin-idali-  Avenue,
at Ferry  l.andinn
Harry Mitchell, loral manager
Diplock Wright
Lumber Co.
17th Slreel, Sniih Vamouver
Dimension I.umlu-r
Bhiplap
Ku^iic
Bbinglei
I.nih
Kiniehing Laabw
etc , Ite,
Our price.- arc riirltt.   I,"t us
■rive ymi a figure 00 your
I'tiinlier Bill
Saletv Deposit Huxes lo Rent   .Saletv Deposit Hoars to Rent
Aot. .. ti.culor Tru.t.., LlquK.tor  R.e.lv.ra ant A..lgn.t.
Court B.ndi l.au.d
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INTEREST
I'ai'l   un   ilrp<,i>it».   i-nni|Miiin.|avr|
fmir lime, yearlr.
P.M Book.  l.au.S
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F D  HAKNARI). Chairman
HON   I--CAKThKCOrT'iVCIiairiiisn ol  Kiecutiv.
r.J. P. UIBSOK. Mana-wr 1.0. rt AINU RIGHT, Sei-nlsrv
liranvilli' Man.ions lllm-k, MSBSC  IsSMS IS I Granville
f 11  !!,,» '.fl Phone MB
lelt  Depnsit limes tn Rent   Safetv Deposit Boxes tu Rant.
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Opening Announcement
1
NOKIII VANCOUVER
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The ninler.igni'il heits tn snnoiinre In the i-iliaens o(
Ni.rtli  Vmii-oiivi-r nntl  ininity that he- has opened a
nn.li'rii ami lip*tii-ilali'  hnut Stun*  lhe rorner ol
Kiehl Street ami Vmmtttt ktOOOS, In lm known SI
THK LONSDALE PHARMACY.
A lull ami iinnplHti- .lock ol Drun.. l'ali'iit "tleiliiine..
-1. ,i i». i irtit'li'tainl Hriif Sumlrii" uill he ki'i't -pecial
AiU'iiiiain paid tii the nilinir "I pliyiiriaiii-' pu-a-riptionii.
V»ii OSS priti*. or lower will prevail.
J   P.S.THOMAS, rir.M.B.
••m*->*>*>'X',k*'>^*>^<"M*-x*':i':"WK">'!"X**:**:-:-k-<k*,.-*>«x,'x-* THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, K. C.
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IMPORTANT  NOTICE  TO OWNERS  AND  INTENDING  PURCHASER* OF [!!
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NorthVancouver Properties
"HARBOR VIEW TRACT"
III l ilv
Vl lake lllis occasion lo lliank our many patrons ami thints
for the greet sacceee attending our sale ol the Harbor   View
Tract. We have now sold JJ lots and havi- vel to oiler about
the same mimlii-r al tlu* prices and terms as ipmled iu mtr lirsl
price list, vi/.: From tlji BACH ANI) DP, on terms ul oat-
fourth cash, Ii.i1.iiki- tu b, I] and 18 months.
It is proliahle that alter tin si- have lieen disposed nl liln*
prices will he advatned on the ri-iiiainder ul the property. Vc
represent the owner as suit- agents with written instructions lu
sell and we can deliver any ul lhe unsold hits at ,i tnniiietil's
notice.
Agents who have a demand for (•nod close-in Korth Vancon-
ver city Iota will please take ii i lice*
Maps, price lists, and lunlur particulars will lie forwarded
on application.
Intending purchasers who cannot conveniently iall during
office hours will please l lephoiie us lor an appointment any
evening.
FOR  SALE
Intending purchasers of choice acreage west ol ibe Capili io
or in any other part id the L'lsirict will profit greatly b» iiui-
sulting our large and tx'liudvi list belore negotllting In purchase elsewhere.
This liuing the foiiita \ear ol our establishment in boslnuas
iii North Vancouver we are iiimoughly posted as tu iln- various
properties that mav he offered Inr sale and their values.
We are the sales agents Inr a number uf estates in Nurth
Vancouver cilv and dislriil and have a very good list uf properties lor sale nl prices which were prevailing in 1407 and |uu,S
during the |H-riod of financial d< prcssion. aad as wt aie not ap-
|)arentlv on the eve ul a ptriod of great prnspcritv we consider
the present time verv uppuiliitic for inveslnrs to make a scln-
tion of Norti) Vaiuuuver prupei tv belore llie greater period nf
activity sets ill.
Capilano Acreage and City Lots Wanted
Well situated city lots, blocks and acreage, aad mil .11 n.i 1
ttl close in acreage in the district, partitiilarh arts! a,| tin- Cap
ilano, and within one mile ol iln* ivattrliunt     Vt bavi .1 large
list of clients, and special facilities lut  StgOtiatisg sales w lu 1 •
the prices ate right.     We advertise ynlir properly  nullum cost
to you if you give ss ihe sole agency   im a reasonable  period
of time.     Ottr past rcmiils demonstrate OUT slliccsslul intihuils
la negotiating sales, and we propose  greatl)   extended  open
lions and a laige expenditure along strict 1 \ modern lines uf advertising.
We have representatives in several niliuiilagcuiis parts in
Canada, (Jilted Stales and Cleat Britain.
It will pay you to lisi wilh us lor quick sale it yoa have anv
property to oiler.
ESTATES  MANAGED
Non-resident owners ol property iu Nurlh Vancouver whu
are unable to give personal supervision to tin- maiia-jeiiunt nl
their estates are requested to correspond wilh us, being the oldest duly incorporated Company wilh its headquarters in North
Vancouver, and being financially responsible in every respect,
we can give the ibesl assurances possible ihal business will In*
comforted along lines as atcuratelv and sttrelv as any banking
establishment throughout the country.
FOR RENT
We have a good list ol cottages and huiises lm rent in choice
localities in Ihe city ol Norlli Vancouver, and shall be pleased
to show- any ol them to intending sel tiers.
Builders of houses in Nurth Vancouver will du mil tn look
nver our list of choice lots and blocks suitable lur building purposes.
♦ ♦
IRWIN <&, BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.D. 190b, tinder the Companies' Act tS'j7 and Amending Acts, with chief place of busiuess in North Vancouver, B.C
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Telephone 15
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The graml boulevard, Nnrlh
Vancouver, is lhe broadest citv
boulevard in the Ainriuas. The
boulevard has .') garden all-i-
sions, ol which iK arc .already
planted with shrubs. The remaining six divisions await
plants now. expected daily. Hall
the lots fronting on the grand
boulevard are now ollcn-d lor
sale. Inside lots are placed at
Jlooo each; double corners at
51500 together. The terms are:
One-third cash, one-third In g
months, and one-third In is
months, with interest on deferred instalments at (S per cent.
Half the lots are reserved, because it is bebeeed higher prices
will be got (or them.
Lots fronting on the grand
lii'iili-.ml have outstanding
merits. 1st merit Whereas
the be/at residence localities
change- III must lilies, the grand
boulevard is certain to imilium
the best residentc avenue nf
North Vancouver, ist rrasmi
Su lar as is knnwn, it Is the
onlv residential avenue in liriiish Columbia adequately pro-
teited hv building coacitioni
(Buyers are not obliged to build
but nn building under $4000 value can Im- erected (routing on the
boulevard during the next Jo
years.) :nd reason The boulevard, with its adjoining park,
has all the qualities nl a first-
rate residential position—elevation, view, air—with more M
space and gardened ground than
any other park in North Vati-
inliver. A Vaiuuuver parallel
is in lots fronting on Stanhv
park; a London parallel is in
lots fronting on Hyde park
2nd merit. The intrinsic value of these lots is such that
thev arc pmbably the ehea|*esl
lots in the whule district ol
Burrard Inlet today To give
the boulevard a good impetus,
thev are put on the market at
fjOQ |H-r lot less than smaller
lots fronting nn "Ottawa Gardens" nre selling nt. Further,
ns certainly as North Vancouver becomes a city oi import
ant e, sn slirelv will these hits
go lo ten limes their present
Market  value       This view   will
probably he accepted when it is
imisideri'd  thai  iwinit   rears
agn  the best  resldeltte lnls    ill
Vancouver wete purchasable at
$500 each and al present mst
Slo.ooo.     This is a lair   state
1111-111 ol (in advance in vahc ol
Vatituuiei property,
In ]XK,S (about IB veals ,t\-n
the assessed valuation ul Van
cutiver eit\ was under 5l.*t"n.-
OOo! Now, ur Ml just :■■ uars
later, il is nver 173,300,000, ur
M limes as much. The average
yearly nut ease lur |o vears all
over the city was thus more
than Iim pet tent mi tlu isss
valuation. In other words, the
I WW value was doubled nn lhe
average everv vear fur M yean
'This means that |lO,000 put in
jVancouver 20 years ago umild
Ih-    Worth   S2un, nun   liuw,     less
laxcis paid in interim Tin
larger Vaiuuuver gTOWS, the
larger Nnrlh Y.uiiuiivcr will
grmi. Then- tan In- im doubt
that in the (uliire Nurlh V,m
uuivrr will beinllle as large as
Valium',!- is now, and ninn
Vatinutvei has lhe proportions
of Liverpool, North Vancouver
will iin* larger thai  Vaacoovtr
is at present.
A word to the wise Tu bin
in North Vancouver imw is. In
all hum.in probability, parallel
to btiving in Vaiiiuuvu .'" vears
a>;n I'nr further particulars,
applv tn Malum.  Mt Karl,nul \
M.iliuii. Vancoaver.
MAV DAY U-I.I-.IIKATKIN
dia Mi N,nt; and alsu the reinlei
ing nl Runt's taut.ua, "The
Coming ol lhe Flowers,'' in
which spring will be represented
In Miss I,i//ie .lohannson. At
ihe evening entertainment   the
t.nit.it. 1  will .ijr.iin  be rendered,
aud the procession and tableau
in  the UllSIIISSg   ol the   queen
will   Ik   repealed. Afteniuuii
tea, cream, etc., will be procurable on lhe grounds.
.,—J.»"».".»J«.Ja.".»*..*.a*.»*».*..'aaJ.»*.a*»»Ja*"».*»a".**M*a
A Modern House
SIX   KUIIMS
FULL SIZED LOT
I <H KIM ST.    CLOSE IN
ntlihU.NLVfr.MQai
HASV    ll-.KMS
.(I
18 Ci., M [lie lie
We Keep hammering
NOBTH .VANCOUVER
MMtv, Sti. Ch-rfci I lut*. Ml,
J Bowler, and iiiy lioyj re*
f reived un mnalenle inrluiive
1 ti-rtni. Thn ichonl will re-open
X nn Mnu.l--   Jan. llth, IIXHI.
X A lioiiNM*hnliirilu|i will beol*
{ (ered at K».ii*r lur iimir-etitinn
* bv bnanlfm.
.X.a>rXHj-X*'X~C»>->':**W~Ma<a-:aaM.
WEST HALF 787
This is bv far ami awuv tlio besl buy on tlu* market at prevent 100x188 (eet.ai |225. TERMS—Caih
I?:'.".: balance,$26 quarterly, eix per out interest
For a view theee lots ean'l be beat.   Why S3 feot *"ts
arc selling alongside at ume prioe. Not IS minutes
from 1,'iiiMlaliavi'i-iir. Uvi-r lim percent prulit lure.
Only a few lots left.
ALEXANDER SMITH, Real Estate Agent
I'. 0. liux 50
11 ia phone 24
^^rMr^,.«^.«^.^^.^l.^^..^^^-WWVVVVVy^r^•.^l^^^r^r%r^^^^^>^»^r^^r^rV^
The i|lleen ul Iln Mav will lie
Unwind with all due lurinalilv .
Inr the first time, in North Van
inliviT, nn Nalllplav nexl. Hv
resnltiliutl ul tlu till miituil.
SaUirdav afternoon vvill Ik- pro
11.iiuied a pttblil holiday The
inavnr will preside nvel tin |ina
ceedings     Then vvill be two m
iitt.iiiiiiunis dariai ilu daj Is
the Horticultural hall. Mil *''
1 n'i link and mu- al 7.In a Jink
p.m. The pimrsslnti will form
at the citv  lull al   I o'clock p
tn , and will prm et-il tn tin hall
lur llu- afieriiumi inti lUiliimenl
which will comprise the croan
ing ol the May queen, KiM Ly-
tin latt Into lhe ptlblk llllll.]
thai in have the must extensive
and at the same time must imu
(dele stuck nl high grade Hard*
vv.in in invvn which we arr ul
bring   at   prices   llial    should
compel tlnir quick sale.  Every
kind uf liml  nul iiiipleiiutil vmi
want, willi all kinds   ol   house-
hardware and utensils inr kitchen and st ulli rv.     All are j-u.ii
ainleed as lo iliii.iblc ipialitv
Paine &  McMillan
I ho PioneiT Hardware
InioM  12 IST& LOaiDAll
3rd street, cor Lonsdale ave
BLACKSMITHINT,
HORSESHOEING
STFEI. WOW
CAKKIAGE WORK
I1C, ETC.
Tool Sliarpi-uinR a specinltv
MAY&BURNS
REAL ESTATE AND
IIS I.Vi I AL   AH IMS
Lots 11, 15and 18, Block 23, DLJ78
I'riee. |8000—*) «"i-li: bal. ti 12 DM
This is the best corner in D.L. 273
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CAPILANO
Over Two Acres on the Kiver and  Koad.
nesr the School
$1,200
There is big money in Cipilano this summer.    It is moving
UPPER LONSDALE
I am efisring big Lots oae bl* k irum I
dale at 1175. Cash $50; balance '1, 1
and 24 months
Ten were sold this wi-ck.     (let your puk
of the balance.
1/1 Ull"     CTDTTT      ^e Norlh-East  Totnrr   nf M    0)  iTg)   ami   Kmi;.
lilnlU   <3 I liLL I ""(16x132, for 1I500.   Cash f300, bslisce 6, it sad il months,
V.
.lACK   LODTRT
213 Lonsdale Avein-, (between tad tad jrd Strsi
ru  \-1 tttfc teXPftEss, NORTH Vancouver, b. ci.
I.O.O.F. ANNIVERSARY
In addi
"'usl;T  of  tlu|McKav
nth  Vancouver
The Attendance ui Oddlellowi
at the Presbyterian church, un
Sunday   afternoon   last,   was
large .unl imposing
Hull   In   a    lull
members  ol   Nurth   Vancouver!,,      ••        „_ „.    ,,
,   ,     .* ,, ,       Vancouver,    Rev. Mr. Hurgess
Inline No    >S,  there was a  I,line . Z ,   i       .1
, ul Nova Scotia, led in the open-
li-lilesetil,iiiiiii   Iiiiiii   lie  several   • 11 * 1   u  ,-
„ 11      ihl' pravcr.     1'nncip.il Mckav
bnhres 111  \aiiuitivit,   unhiding        ,   ,  • ,* .    , ,. .
*   - ■       -* .       ., took for his test, I l'eter, 5, 7,
delivering a strong and scholarly Benson, The singing of the
quartette, comprising Messrs.
Boulton   1 leader),   I),   lltttchin-
onni.a.ulcr.    The occasion was|   A. J. U Robertson, the loca
iverstiry of the 1.0. marine architect, has an exhaus-
The services were held ut tive technical article on   "The
hurch ut * p.m. Resistance and Speed ol Motor
ol the pastor, Boats," in the current issue  of
Kev    I   I)   Gillam, the sermon  Marine Life, Vancouver and Vic-
was preached by Rev* Principal toria.     The article is aceomp-
o[   Westminster   hall,
the until aim
O.K.     ^^
St. Andrew's c
In   thf  absence
the several
jes in Vancouver, including
Columbia Encampment, and
Canton Vancouver So, i, Patriarchs! Militant The local lodge
marshalled bv \\ ,i Ira in.
i .niinii ,u ii il .is .in es, mt
iln- parade,   tin   whole
anied by a full page chart and
an excellent photogravure of the
author.
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PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT
RICHMOND   ELECTORAL   DISTRICT
TAKI*; NOTICE that I havi received objections in writing to the lollowing list of names
being retained on the List uf Voters lor the Richmond Electoral District, on the grounds set op-
positi each name.
AND TAKE NOTICE that tt the Court of Revision to he held on thc 3rd day ol May, 1909
al tin City Hall. North Vancoaver, B.C., at ten o'clock in the forenoon I shall hear and deter-
1 lit- said objecUoas and unless the persons objected to or some other Provincial voters
■a^aT^^^^^H ____^^^^^^^^^^
Gibson, John B  Lonsdale ave., N. Vancouver ... Blacksmith
Gilbert, William     NorthVancouver      Woodsman
Goodhand, Robert      Lynn Valley      Teamster     C
Gordon, Robert Gunn   North Vancouver      Gentleman      C
Gosden, Thomas      Lyun Valley,   North Vancouver Logger    C
Grafton, Thomas     North Vancouver      Farmer
Grant, Allan      Rice Lake Camp, Lynn Valley . Woodsman
Grant, John       4th street, North Vancouver .... Miner   ....
Gray, Thomas      Eburne      Labourer
Gregory, James      Sea Island     Carpenter
Huasanen, William      No. 4 road, block 10, lot 4, Lu
lu Island   Fisherman     C
Hall, John Fowler  Columbia hotel, N. Vancouver. Logger ■•*****■
Hallidny, David       North Vancouver    	
Hamilton, Thomas B  Gull of Georgia Cannery
Hansel, John Masich   Moodyville     	
Harrison, Joseph Fred  Eburne    	
iluyden, John Edward   North Vancouver
Labourer     c
Foreman       D
Logger    C
Schoolmaster      C
Clerk     C
|       I I ,M tun,    u ('mi    i,n ti 11 1 1 1      •——— —     <
7   Ilealy, Geo. Stringer   Lynn Valley,  North Vancouver Woodsman     C
07 Henderson, Ernest      Lots lb, 17, block 85, D.L. 541). Accountant    C
08 Henderson, John Wm  Nortli Vancouver      Porter     C
'   ■' •  ir..n„„  C
iiiiiie   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
llieir behall, satislies me that said objections or any one
strike tin nanus iiii the said Register,
of them are not well lounded, I
on
shall
l).tied tins Seventh diy ol April, 1909
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
Registrar of Voters lor Richmond Electoral District
LISI  OF NAMbS OBJEC1ED TU
1100
1109
1131
1141
1150
1153
1170
1212
Lynn Farmer     C
a.C
Cashier       C
Accountant       C
a.'V
NAME
Kidideuiv
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1 rede ur
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tiiuiinii
ul
Ull'l-lllu.
i.|lh street, North Vancouver ... Labourer
-I
IS
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14
50
u
5»
7"
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1*3
1 ,*i
13?
141
153
157
158
.,,
2bl
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l.li
111
,JJ
13*1
335
,.s
339
-ll
3t>9
17o
177
(81
40J
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|19
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l»3
1-7
111
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19,
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01
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'II
557
573
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vi**.
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687
l,SS
761
776
778
789
803
Holland, Harry      Lvnn Valley
Hoskins, Joseph      Pre-emption    L* 1,   707
Valley     	
Hunt, Edward Stanlev ... Steveston      Musician
Hurley, Gilbert Thomas.. Lvnn Valley      Woodsman
Iverson, Wm. James   ist street, North Vancouver       "^
Jackson, Robert      Moodyville      	
Jeflerson, Robert     Lyun Valley,  North Vancouver Lumberman      C
Jcfirey, John      Burrard Inlet Cannery     Fisherman      ... C
Jones, Alexander      Steveston      Farmer     C
Kelly, William      2nd street, North Vancouver ... Logger    C
1226   Kent, Oliver Arthur  loth street, North Vancouver ... Gentleman      C
125b   Kirkbridgc, John Ed  2nd street, North Vancouver ... Porter     C
1258   Kirkncss, John      Lvnn Valley      Labourer     C
1270   Kolosoll, Alex. John   Eburne, Lan Island  Farmer     D
1280   Lamb, John      Palace Hotel, North Vancouver Teamster      C
1287   Lander, Eli     Burnaby     Farmer
1294   Langstall, John James ...  10th street, North Vancouver
1303   Lazcnby, Fred Arthur  3rd street, North Vancouver
1309   LcBlanc, Joseph Arthur . North Vancouver
1318   Lee, Henry
1342   Livingstone,
well
Lusk, Anhd
Ailiisuii, Dubsull 	
Aiues, l-.rsuii   i-.imrue      Farmer
Anderson, John   Richmond      Farmer
Anderson .luhn      Lulu Island, Steveston   Farmer
Andrew, Thomas      .North Vancouver      Gentleman      v.
Anson, Ueit      Durham ave., North Vancouver Expressman     C
Archibald, Robinson      Lynn Valley  ii oodsiiiau c
Armstrong, John      lhe Dam, .North Vancouver  Caretaker      v.
Arthur, John Geo  Lynn Valley,  North Vancouver Farmer     v.
Atkinson, William      3rd street, .North \ ancouvei ... Teamster     c
Banks, hliphalei      Fruitier s Lamp, M. Vancouver. Contractor     v.
Barnes, New inn      ist street, Norm Vancouver .... Jamtor    C
Batchelor, Robert Alex.       |th Street, North Vancouver .... Master Manner     C
llavis, Walter 1-.  Sea Island   School Teacher     C
Beagrie, lieorgc   Hotel, Ninth Vancouver   Labourer
Beattie, Hells     L>nn Wiley,   Norlh Vancouver
luii, Edmund    Ith street, Morta Vancouver ....
Belyea, Erneet 11. s  Loesdels ave., N, Vancouver ...
ileivia, llaiilord S. A    121I1 street, North Vancouver ...
Duvuicss, Thomas       13th street, North Vancouver ...
Brobech, l-.ru Reinhold ,.., Nurlh Vancouver      Civil Engineer     .U
Hiniisiiii, George      Nurtli Vancouver      Rancher     C
Buckley, Peter      Steveston      Miner    v.
Logger    C
Architect     C
Teamster      v.
Contractor     v.
Carpenter     v.
Caretaker     C
Bank Clerk    C
Farmer     C
Carpenter     C
Labourer     C
Store-keeper    C
Farmer     C
Miner    t
Fisherman      *.
Logger    C
Axeman      C
Hunt, Richard Edward  Greed Northern Cannery 	
Burnett), Mm. Ken. HcK... 2nd street, North Vancouver ...
Burrows, .lames      North Arm Koad, N. Vancouver
Burton, John Joshua  nd street, North Vancouver ...
lltiss, George      Lulu Island    	
ltust.iiuaiiie, .lose      2nd street, Nortli Vancouver ...
Illinium, Harold       Sea Island    	
Campbell,  William Htniv    ist street, North Vancouver ....
Canheld, James      ist street, North Vancouver ....
Carruthers, Matthew      15th street, North Vancouver ...
Cassels, Geo, Murdoch   ist street, North Vancouver ....
Uiishulin, Alex. Lvnn Valiey      Woodsman     ,L|
Chilly, Arthur Fred  Sea Island     Labourer     C
Christian, Vai. J. R  North Vancouver      Reg. Clerk     C
1.1.nke, Andrew R- D    |lh street, Nurth Vancouver ....  Dcspatcher    I
Clarke, Jas |lh slreet, North Vancouver .... Customs Officer      C
I i.nke, .lames Ausiin  Terra Nova      Farmer     C
Clarke, Thoa, Robert    Ith street, Norlh Vatieuuver .... Tel. Operator   „ C
lml.nuln, Benjamin      2nd street, North Vancouver ... Fisherman      C
Collier, Charm     North Vaacoavei     Carpenter    C
Collier, Sydney Linn Valley,  Nurth Vancuuver Woodsman    C
Connon, wn, Gordon .        rraael River Cannery      Engineer     C
Coutts, Fred J. 1       2nd streei, Nnrlh Vamouver ... Bank Clerk     C
Crabb, Robert Samuel .    . CapiUao mail,North Vancutivet Mill Owner       C
II im, i gi iiniii       , Lonsdale a vs., N. Vancouver     Builder    C
Crawiord, Ezckiel vi ilh 1      13th street, North Vancouver.., Miner    t
1st street, Nurlh Vaileutiver ....  Broker      C
Sec, 24, n. jN R.MV. Sea Island Farmer    C
 ^^^^   English Bay, Soath Vancouver, Gentleman     C
Davidson, Alex. I  Nurth Vancouver      Compositor      C
Hi-.ni un, Jas  Gregory      ist slreel, Nurth Vancuuver .... Contractor     C
Deans Samuel       Lynn Valley,   North Vancuuver Woodsman     C
Deeming, James      Eburne      Butcher    C
ii..1 nil.ui, Michael     North Vancouver     Farmer    .' C
Dick, David Henry      Lonsdale ave., N. Vancnuver ..   Constable    C
Dill, Jas. Peers    Kliitrne, Sea Island   Postmaster       C
Dixon, Joseph          Lulu Island      Farmer     D
Dixon, Wm. Archibald  Lyaa Valley, Nurth Veacouver Logger    C
Dowden, Hm. Horace.,,,    13th street, North Vancouver ... Carpenter     C
Dowding, Isaac       Steveston      Section Boss C.P.R C
Diiliv, ,',,triik       Hastings Camp, Hustings   Whitesmith       C
Elliott, Albert Thmu,is ... North Vancouver     Photographer      C
Elliott, Frederick II  Nnrth Vancouver      Shipwright     C
Ells, Hallttt Daniel    Esplanade, North Vancouver ... Blacksmith       C
I'.iiinv, Wm. l-'nwiii   Frominer's Camp, Lynn Valley. Farmer     C
Errington,  luhn Thomas . Sea Island     Farmer     C
Evans, Harold Thomas ...  ist street, North Vancouver .... Civil Engineer     C
Evans, Roland Henry  Lonsdale nve., N. Veacouvei .   Baker    C
Fortune, James \<  Lulu Island      Canneryman     C
FoJ   Adam Wellington . „   let street, North Vancouver .... Quarryman       C
Fraser, Ruses! Lloyd   NorthVancouver      Lumberman      C
Fraser, Thomas Chile       3rd street, North Vancouver      Lumber Merchant    C
Frvtnin. I'niirad II NorthVancouver    „    „ Farmer     C
Gardener, Albert Victor ... North Vaacoavei     Clerk    C
1370
1389
1450
14.17
1460
■4<>5
1466
1471
1478
i486
1487
I Soo
1528
1531
1532
IJ6J
1596
1613
1626
1653
166b
1671
1698
1724
1725
1729
1741
iltA
1767
1787
1791
17W
1832
183s
1866
1885
1H99
1922
"937
1944
1949
1971
"177
198(1
2002
20,38
2039
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Printer     C
Labourer     C
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Carpenter     C
 B  Steveston      Hotel-keeper      D
John  Hort-
   19th street, Norlh Vancouver ... Barrister     C
Bclsev   Lynn Valley,  North Vancouver Edgermau      C
1 -
C
c
- m——   c
Clerk in Holy Orders     C
Boatbuildcr      C
Teamster      C
Boatbuilder      C
Shoemaker      C
labourer     C
..C
C
_______   **c
Rancher      C
Mac-Donald, Roderick    ... Eburne      Gardener
Manuel, Elihu     Eburne, Lulu Island     Clergyman
Marriott, William R  15th street, North Vancouver ... Agent
Marsden, Richard S  St.John's schpol, Lynn Valley.
Martin, Donald Smith .... 3'd street, North Vancouver ....
Martin, Herbert Allan .... Lvnn Valley    	
Martin, Malcolm   3^ street, North Vancouver ....
Mathers, Joseph       1st and Lonsdale, N. Vancuuver
Matson, Wm. John   Lot 28, block  5N  Range  7,W
Sea Island	
Matson, Wm. John   Sea Island     Fanner    ...
Mav, Hugh      Palace Hotel   Book-keeper
Mill. Harry Leighton   Moodyville      Logger
Millard, John      Lots 4 and 5, .Section 26, block    '
5N Eburne 	
Miller, Alexander      Rice Lake Camp, Lynn Valley.. Lumberman       C
Mitchell, Fred White   5--h street, North Vancouver .... Logger     t-
Moshcr, Hy. Philip  North Vancouver      Carpenter     m ^
Murphv, John Smith   Lulu Island, Eburne   Farmer •*. V.
Myers' George George       Lynn Valley,   North Vancouver Woodsman     - ^;
McConnell.Joseph Andrew Lot 28, B. 5N.R. J~, Sea Island Farm Labourer    t
McDonald, Duncan       Lonsdale ave, N. Vancouver ... Woodsman     .1 >■-
McDonald, James      Eburne    	
McGee, Hugh      McGee road, South Vancouver      __
McKenzie, Hugh     Ben Island     Miner - C
McKenzie, Hugh      Section 318, .Sea Island   Teamster     -....-. ft *••
McKcrn, William  Fromme's Camp, Lynn Talk)     Logger    ., C
McLaren, Fred II ,.., Lvnn Valley      Lumberman    .„ -  £
McMillan, John      Moodyville      Teacher
Foreman     _ C
Farmer _ D
McPherson, Alex. Joseph   North Vancouver Hotel	
Nelson, Jas  Lulu Island, Eburne 	
Newlands, William Potter Bee Island   	
Nichol, Walter Laullaw „ 12th street, North Vancouver
O'Donnell, Hugh B  Sea Island   	
Oliver, George      Eburne    	
Paton, Thomas     Sea Island    	
Perkett, Edward 0  Lot 401, Howe Sound	
Pcttlev, Frank Frederick. N'orth Vancouver    	
Poohe, Alexander     Lulu Island    	
Pratt, George      Lynn Valley,  North Vancouver
Price,'Arthur Alfred   Fire Hall, North Vancouver  Engineer
Prior, Arthur James   North Vancouver      Labourer V
Rainev, Edwin      North Arm, Burrard Inlet   Horse Trainer      v.
Rankin', Daniel    ".'„".'.".... Lot 319, Group 1, Eburne  Fisherman      C
Redmond, James     Moodyville      Carpenter      c
John           17th street, North Vancouver ... Farmer     s.
North Vancouver      Gardener     _ C
Hotel Manager     „....C
Farmer     „..C
Farmer     „ C
Missionary    .» C
Canneryman     C
Farmer C
Farmer     „ C
Contractor     C
Traveller    „ C
Farmer     „ C
Labourer     m C
 C
1. rowston, Angus Ah s.
1 ummings, Hiram A. .
Dalgleish, John Uoody
Renshaw,      	
Robinson, James    	
Robinson,  James Braven
der       	
jn.js   Robinson, William    	
lOJI   Rugers, John A	
2050   Root, Ernest    	
M74   Routlev, Frank W	
212u   Scatterlv, Alex	
2122   Scherl, Amos    	
2171   Sluels, William      Lynn Valley,
2182  Biotas, John      L)'nn Vallcy
North Vancouver      Farmer     - C
Lvnn Valley      Millman     - C
Eburne  „  Sawyer     — C
Eburne      Fireman C
North Vancouver      Boutibuildcr     -  C
2nd street, North Vancouver ... Bank Clerk     C
Moodyville      Carpenter     —	
North Vancouver Mill-hand     » C
Logger
2227   Smith,'John Richard     Richmond Cannerv, Eburne Labourer      ^
22tt   Smith, Robert     Hotel North Vancouver   Fireman     t.
19th street, North Vancouver ... Labourer      C
Btiadi Walter   .'......'...!.. Richmond Cannery    _  Engineer     ~ C
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2286
2292
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2390
2394
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2.S4I
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Snarr, Matthew Henri-      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
  ,,., Richmond Cannery    m ^^^
Sleeves, Rose A  Lot 25, block 5N Range 4N Farmer
Stones, Wm. Jr  Soath Vancouver      Steward C.P.R.
Thomas, William      North Vancouver      Carpenter     t
Thompson, Robert Joseph Moodvville      Miner    .- t.
Tucker, John Traffics  Mahon Ave., North Vancouver.. Contractor     t.
Twccde, Prescott Herbert  North Vancouver      Teamster      C
Vanderstinc, Spurgeon       Lvnn Vallcv, North Vancouver. Teamster      C
Walker, Dan  Lulu Island      Farmer     C
Wall, Walter     NorthVancouver      Clergyman    £
Walsmi, Thos.     , 2nd itreet, North Vancouver .... Painter      C
Wells, James      Eburne
Weetia, Axel Solomon
Whittakcr, Benjamin    ...
Williams, Gresham Win
Woodburn, Alfred Janus
Farmer     C
North Vancouver      Porter      C
Eburne     ,* • Farmer     - C
Esplanade, North Vancouver ... Banker    ^
North Vancouver      Tolcgraph Manager C
I)
Ahreviatiuiis.     Grounds ol objection.
denotes that pcismi objected to has ceased, for a period of six months   next   before
holding of the Court ol Revision, to reside in Richmond Electoral tt*rict.
denotes lhat person objected tu is dead. I        1   a.        t-
the THE EXPRESS, NOlTtt VANCOUVER, B. C.
firl :^HmtutwtmUttuuuuttwtttt»miv
great
Bal-
Edltor Express:
Sir,—I have read with
Interest the tatter ol Mr
main, on the above subject,
which appeared in the issue ol
your paper ot the 2nd inst. Mr.
Haliiiain,iti advocating the combined system, qaotee his experience dating back I hall century
ago. 1 would ask Mr. Balmain
whether anv ol those publii
spirited business nun ud citizens, who composed the corpm-
attuiis he alludes lo, would  tu-
dny adopt e combined system ui
drainage, unless land uilh the
proposition that a combined
system already exists, and lur
economic reasons thev could nut
reverse what  llieir predecessors Wiy perceptible
had committed ilu-m to  when predate the extent
DON'T f OKOET
When wonting
FIRNIIIRE, CARPEFS
LINOLEUMS, ETC.
Tlmt we run fill yrair wants.
THIS WEEK
Iron Bedsteads from $4,00 up
Bed Springs,
Carpet Squares
Ux9, $11.60,
Matiresses
te T.'i.xl), $7.
9x12, $18.80
ill.
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The Grand Boulevard
 and Vicinity	
NORTH   VANCOUVER,   B.  C.
lli:u«s
nd   56   aLonsdfcl*   Avmu*.
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the balieltil   ellects   ol insaiiita
Hun were mil appreciated?
It passes niv  comprehension
that there sin mid be any room
lul dilleieliee ul tipiliiuli as ll>
the merits ul the separate system uver combined drainage in
modern sanitation,     for the
past twenty-five years I have
been responsible lur the design
and exeeiitliiti ut inain drainage
wurks ul [rent magnitude, but
I caniiul recall one single instance in the many officinl  In
iptiries and discussions ul which
I have been present, or taken
part,where il was disputed that
the separate si stem was un-
dutlbtedlv  lhe must  eculiolitnal
ami perfect,  provided   always
that an uld and extensive combined svslein did nol exist.
Ill    paragraph    nine,    ul   Mr
BakneJn's tetter, he qnotae the
application    of    commotisense
principles. 1 would ask all whu
are interested in this litipurtanl
i|iiesiiun, is it cuiiiiniinsense tu
pullllte the pellucid waters til
this be.iiiliful harbtir with the
sewage lilth ol two rapidly
[Towing lilies, and lurther in-
iicast   that   volume ul pollution
bv contaminating the   rarfaa
di.un.ige and ground waler arising lium siuli a r,mil.ill as wt
experience in this location?
Assuming   that   it   is  possible
alld   permissible   lo   have    lhe
point ui discharge ul ihe seven
well ullt in the Inlet lu i.ilih
the rip ul the ebb tide, and, as
lit       11,lllll,llll     pills    It,     -'111-1111,
swallowed    up    and    dimppenl
nine and lur ever," is it nut
possible- thai Mon lhe sewage
■jets clear ul the llal-* below the
Mission,  thnt u tnight  follow
lhe numerous eddies, and llual
around lhe lureshure, like the
I,nuill.ir llolsam jetsam thai appears ami renppeen hu days' I
vould quote itislances wlmt
bathing at popul.n si.iside resorts in the Did Country is un
possible at tunes, bv le.iMHi u!
the inward drill ul the SSWagS
within a lew yards ul the beailt,
Idllowing iipun a dischnrp Iron
lhe tidal uttllall.      The peiltiili
ial discharge nl the appointed
nine iii combined systems ol
drainage m tidal eraters, arorks
lieaiitilullv in theory, but iu actual pr.iiliu- it is I,ii liuin s.itis-
factory,
With    releleliee    In    Ml      Hal-
iil.illi 's allusion   tu   New    Wesl
minster ami tin- ttoost nver, i
woultl  iiiii,iik that tin sewage
Irmn Midi titles as l.ulltli'li and
Glasgow, in limes gone bv, was
utterly litslgniticaftl tn ilu vol
imu nl the Thames aiiil Civile.
S.ilniiin was so plenllllll 111
ihnse tuns lllal tl was stipulated iii the Indentures ul ihe
,itv apprentices thai tin dietetic
use nl the lish was tu be limited.    I.'ink ai the rendition
ihu wains aiiil lilislliires nl
thnse rivels lml,iv       What   has
become ol the wmon?     Ven
1 inti-resied iii the salmon c.in-
ning   industry.   I   should,   not*
withstanding "the Blight] vul
lime nl the glial 1'i.isei. and
the liusutn nl lhe still giiatu
gull ul QoeCgin." .ind lhe iiiilu
bltable lutie nl Mr, Halm,nil's
opiniOM, nut take anv diimits,
but nppuse wilh all the "pull"
.it nn tuiiiiiiaiid, tin* discharge
cl crude sewage intu that river
and lhe walers adjacent tin i, ta,
V.iiu um er is ,u presenl onlv
on the threshold ul its enner,
and   Kofth   Vancouver  is  in  its
ini.im \. imi already ihe Ion*
shore nl V,inuuiicr is sn pollat-
ed that at tunes whin mie   ap-
piu.uins tin lerry ilmk mi tin*
south side ul the Inlet, the exhalation*, (turn the sewagi    i ■ ■ n
laminated (on-shore is nppres-1 North Vanm-aver and the cost
To Ittllv ap- °' constructing intercepting
ut this imi- sewers ul the requisite capaci-
lution, 1 would suggest ihat Mr, ty vhm' (1" »f- Balmain's
Balmain pay a visit to Cedar common sense principles come ia
Cove and  stir   up   the   inudilv with a proposition of this char-
low ^^^^^^H   ^^B
Ilv adopting the separate svs-j "'f continued pollution of the
tell) the si/.e ul the sewers can WeteTS "' -''-' Wet by two pop-
be restricted to the volume   oil-™* c't'«-'-s <■ itainlv will not be
sewage they have tu convey, by
excluding from the sewers rain,
ground and other uticontaiiiinat-
ed water. The sewage is uni-
luriti in ils How and composition, ami its purification—ii ne-
ccssalv-lcss difficult and eustl
or   if   discharged   in   its   crude
slate into the ocean the outfall
sewers need be ul ulilv moderate
capacity, and moreovtr,ths (an-
eral svslein tan be designed utt
accurate and workable ilala.
Another verv important feature
in the application ol the separate svslein lu ihese cities, is
llial lhe surface drains can be
Constructed tn discharge at an
convenient poinl on the foreshore,
III dealing with the problem
uf main drainage uf raptdlv
glowing cities, it often happens
that the work ol estimating
their present needs is not so di-
llicult as anticipating future en
leiisimis and requirements, sn
il is very Important a ha I the
initial work should be ckpabk
of easy niodilicilioii and extension, especial care and .itleii
linn being directed tu lein
iiitarv and ultimate point uf
lisdiarge.
It can reasonable be taken fur
granted lhat in lhe near future
the puil will have an atitliuri
vested with plenary powers lu
absolutelv prohibit the discharge ol anv crude sewage or
liquid lilth into the Inlet,   and
will cause freqiieni analysis tu
lie in.tile ul sewage ellltieiil that
mav u- permitted tn discharge
therein, ur mav insist that all
out falls lor sewage ur SSWape
elUllent be carried lu suitable
points outside the Narrows.
Sliould   these   verv   probable
eontingenciee    arise,   the  twu
uties will either have tu mil
sewage purification works,   ur
lutistrtnt miles nf Intercepting
sewers, and having regard In the
dead level of the ground ahull-  block instead
ing on the Waterfront, mav have
tn resort tii intermediate pomp
ing, notwithstanding ihe fifteen
permitted i„ the future, and the
two very important questions,
v«., purification and ultimate
point of discharge, likewise the
j,prubable powers of the future
port authority, are matters
which demand and will nn doubt
receive verv serious considera-
tiutt.
Trusting I have not written
anv "arrant nmts'.nse" I am,
Sir, votirs fa'i 'ullv,
A. .1     IKNDKRSON
Assoc. Mem. Inst. C.E., moo.
Nortli Vancouver
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The gardening of the entire area of the lluule-
vard is now completed. The planting of thc 24
spacious blocks is practically finished.
N.V. Fish Market
All kimlHiif Fresh Fl»h tlfliveri,i ilailv
Sninli.-tl Hah »«|i'Tialtv.
1','iillrv, Km.  iini vtf*tahlM
Our uini i-1" |,l       "iir i,.a'< 11 M a-
i" 1',,,aai- an ai priess,
Cor. Lonsdale Ave. & Nth street
Phone 8.1
Complete maps and plans with price lists will
be ready in about two weeks.
Meantime Lots are being sold and those desiring
lo secure a selection Irom the full property,   may
','        obtain information uow.
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Mahon, McFarland & Mahon
Corner Seymour & Pender Streets
Vancouver,      -   '   ■       B. C.
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Water Motor for Sale
Offers are wanted for s
powerful Water Motor snd s
certain amount of piping.
Same may be inspected at
the office of—
THE EXPRESS
UMBRELLAS REPAIRED
8aw« (llnl, etc.   Key Siting
Opp. raise* Hotel    •   Kajcond iln-H K
—J.   W.   TAYLOR	
J. W. BALMAIN
CIVIL   1 S'.ini.i 11
-Juanllt) surveyor and ArehilKt
NtlllTH  VANCOUVKR.
KEITH   ROAD,   BLOCK   105,
D.   ,. Sffi
50ft by I,UH bits,   to  lie delivered CI.KAKl-'I) ANH GRADED.     A bbh kin.pt divides the
H \n siley.   Each
1 lot extends Irom street to street
Prices:
I Nos. 1 and 2 t igethei  $i(*oo
leel dmp nl the tide Iu either
a,isi uh.it vv niii'l be the position
,,l the lun lilies with a eniiibin-
ed system nf dr.illlagt nil their
hands' Consider lm 0p| lun* I
lliellt   the  etltillllnir*  i-\pilise    nl j
purifying ami possibly pumping
the    surface    drainage   mixedI
wilh lhe sew.igi     Imm tin ate,is
nl    titles    like    Va6cilUVel    alld!
4 to II each      (17s
12 and 13 ogethal ... Ijjo
14 and IJ li'f-ethcr ... 185a
16 to :| 1,1th    riot,
Terms: S200 crsi per lot.
Balance % yea A, ior \ vears
at 7 per cent.
Alexander  fr  Townftleij
LONSDALE AVE.
STONEYfrCo
PAINTERS
DECORATORS
SIGN WRITERS
Wallpapers,   Paints,    Varnishes,
etc., etc., etc.
117 Loncinln Avenue
British Columbia Electric Railway Co, Ltd
Cars leave the Ferry Landioi; lm yn" Dsbun Ateuue, 1 vvrnty-hrsi
street and Lonsdale, Winch sunt anal Knth Road SS billow*. I 015
a.m., 6:45 a. BS., 7:13 a. in., 7:45 a. ni., s.15 a. ni , g a. m 9:40 a. in ,
10:10 a.m., Alter 10:^5 a. ni., cars will leave Ijueensbury svenue,
Twenty-first and Lonsdale avenue, and Winch atreet and Keith Koad
tt five minutes to the hour sad tWMty live minutes past the hour.
Csrs leave Nineteenth stieet and (.iiterusbiiry avenue, Twenlv first
street and Lonsdale avenue, Winch street and Keith Koad as lollowa :
ba. ni., 6:55 a. m., 720 a in., ttOS a. 111., 8:45 a.m.,930 a.m.
Alter 9:30 a. in. cars leave the Feny Landing al ten iniuules past the
hour and twenty minutes to the hour.
*t_T"   All boats ate inet bv the cm.
Cars will connect with the late boats on Saturday
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Hi Will Not Allow Ourvlvf,*
In B«  I mii rMild
Tliiil'saiiiiiiil llilnittn rinieiiiUr vtln-n t"ii ,n • buying «ny-
iblBSJ 111 llairalnuri* air lliiil,lar- Supplfas, W* ' 1 itltniy* im-et
ila, i** "- "I nny OsapMbfl i-'.iie.-rii nnl in "* innj'rilv nl
rsSSi mil nit,- t"ii a 1',-tli-r SSfpiS limn t"" ' ID ."' i'V«liere.
We .i'il "iilt g..«l. nl tin* laik'lie«t .tmi.Ur'l. 'I "in ily. Via
1,'iiiiriiiitii' ■ f rtIlini|i tin,I iimn nnt nl mir pl.iii-.    11 will saw
\,all   l|l"l|,'l   I'll  t'alir plirtllalaa ".
Put Our Cliiims to tl, le»t
We'll Silisji| rou II, •. Wc
Mean What We bay
mn mmm iiuwiu mm. u&
Nl 11 In l'"sl Uilli. I'ln.-e No. N
1 fi as ie
'•Ve are tryir.e tr male"
lius store a credit to '.he
WVtf End. Hulp us out
by [-Avuif] us a share of
your trade.
T. HUTCHISON
for K-ilh and Mth St. Phone M
r*W^VW^^^I*^r^r^r^t
Builders  nnd
Contractor*
P, LARSON is   prepared to
supph
Lime, Br'ck-
Sand, Cement
And all kindn of BaiUiBg
Mult-rial in<]unn*■ tii-stu suit,
ami at NMOMMi prices.
—APPl.v—
HOTEL NORTH \ANCOL*VEK.
nuPHOvi No* t
Having Your Teeth Fixed
was, at one time, a very painful operation.      With some
it is still painful      Not so, however, at the Boston  Dent
ists.     We have ill the latest   equipment   known   to   the
modern dentist.     Il is more like
A Pleasure to bave Your Teeth fixed
by our dent.'ts because they are all experienced men. We
make no charge Ior examining your teeth and would lie
pleased to look them over at any time.
READ OIR PRICKS.    THEY NEVLR CHANGE
Full set ol teeth  J8.00
Bridge work, per tooth   5.00
('•old crowns      500
Cold fillings        I.oo up
Platina fillings    	
Kxtraiting        „	
I.oo
.50
{The Boston Dentists, Ltd.,
Dr. A. R. Baker, Consulting DentUt
407 Hastings Stteet West, Vancimvci
limits 'i .1 in   tn I p tn Phone 3:19
1 THE EXPkfiSS, KORTH VANCOUVER fi. C.
\l'.\\ ADVERTISEMENT
Groci riei   \. li Bti ley
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:     City fieri.
i'.i ounyt
i uniinlngi
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*     \  Smith ,-; la,
.-  C H Hi' kman
•-. |lt     a.     .,     Il.allai-
church
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t| ,• l.i*,i.- Iliiin|*lir, y-
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a»   v v Hardavan
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Townsle*
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
J. ll liii'wn is building on
j|th stint east,
111 port   tills Weik Willi a CaTgO
oi iiulsttiiis im- tlic Brackman-
Ker Co.
Tonight tin iiie brigadi will
bold a v.iiutv entertainment in
Larson's pavilion.
Tin   Express  has  blossomed
mu  .is  an  tight  page  papa
llovv do V"ti like il.'
lenders   ate   being  called    l"l
the erection ol ■ ihw   Roman
ulii iluiiih in this iiiy.
The imu iii Alexander b
T'-w lisle* has dissolved, tin lal*
t, is interest being purchased bj
II  I-.  Macnaghten.
Saturday alU on, Mav   1st
h.is  been  proclaimed a public
tin mayor, in honor
,ai tin Ua) da) celebration.
Su Si (itot^i. alto ■ two
vtuss thorough overhauling ai
Wall.nt    shipyards,   will   In  OB
regulai urn run tomorrow
lilt  sti.ilu l.alg,   h'.il.igil   was
pulpit at St. Andrea ■
\in..ui church, "ii Sundav
will in occupied in tin morning
li  McLean and in  Um
evening bj Ur. Raynes, bou ol
Ui-i. '.,,'. \ anconvtr.
A largi shipment ot ready-to-
w i .ii clothing, in all sixes and
iln latest styles and patterns,
w.is received "ii Ihursda)
tim Cuiuuiing, who wiii l.i
displa) tin goods lo
all wlm will i,ill .iiei sn   till lli
Ut. I'ratl   "i iln- I'.spian.Hi'.
1,1,. 1 .llial    r,,|||,I
.       ' paratc two ligiu
aiiisii.iv evening
I    vilikh    llilliitnl    tin
nged t" Alt  l'i ait
hand was dressed by Di
\ 'tiler.
Lasl Saturda) aitemooa  the
ice "i the  lan
Harold Stephens, Un l.ul   who
u.is accident-all) shot bv a com-
panion   al   Seymour   canyon
I'ln- casket was carried  to Uh
it.mi Uu sunn hi school ' v
..ii .ii-.'.".
ii companying lit*
ntain Vice irem-
hli     iimi  vt.,.
II ll"ll! ol in lids
lIa.HU'    Will
Ig  .i.jUailll
ii lamil)    Tm heart
lilies ol  tll,   ,"1111111111
in ' dended t" Uu lamil) *
AS INTERESTING RELIC
)\ .rlllllgti.il  Stall   111
, urchased  iht
Irom 'In  S   S   Beaver,
which   has   ben   King on tin
si ai   Larson i wharl
ighteen months
di. r.iiiiitrope, ni Tacoma ws
Upl I
ing "i   tin
i  -fill  lot lis removal
lo Ihal clly.     li is the mtiii
ll I   Up 111   llll
,, pail, in Ironl "i liii I*""
.  a       itraounl  ii
uuh ,i   latui "i ino. w.isluiig*
i.   iii'ilii will Ln bricked
in null im.nh aiiil drinking loan
will bi ui.i'li "i -in   mi
Ihls 1:   : , iginal
in    Hi.ivu It   vt., .
dOWH
M.IS
III'
till
ilglltuli   ll."lllll*
ago In .Hi. 1'elkic, who oflercd
1 it to the park uiiiiinissioncrs ol
Vancouver, by whom it was declined, and who even went so
i.ir as tO refuse to allow' il to
be deposited on the foreshore of
C a ial harbor. Space was consequent!) rented on ilns side ol
the Illlel and the boiler has reposed here sunt) thai lime, It
is understood ihat the price
paid by the historical society
lor the nlli was >:ooii.
The boiler was loaded oil   the
siow bv McCain Broa., ol Vincouver, "i whom C. \\. McCain
has taken a strong interest    m
the   Beaver  lor a umber   ol
veals. Air. McCain has possession ol ,i large number ol parts
ol the gtiiuini original in.uhin-
erv as it came Irom England,
such as paddle shaft, walking
beams, brasses, broUXCS, bearings, valves, ttC., some ol which
lu* is presenting to the Washington stale historical society, and
some ol which will be placed un
exhibition at the A.-Y.-P. exposition, Onl "I these topper
parts Alr.AIiCain has had struck
■ large number oi medals, commemorative of the Heaver,which
have lieell patented alld copy-
righted. On the obverse side,
the medal beat's a it presentation
1 the Heaver, while round   the
periphery run the words "Wreck
ol Hudson's Hay Company's s.
S. Heaver." The reverse side
bears ihe lollowing inscription:
"This nipper was taken from
the wreck ol the Hudson's Hay
Company's S.S.Heaver, the lirsl
.steamer   on    the    Pacific;    also
crossed ilu Atlantic, 1835."
LVNN CREEK NOTES
The hrsi vestry meeting nl St.
Clement's church, Lynn valley,
was   held   this   week Mr.
Thompson and J. Al Duval
win- elected church wardens; J,
Neat and \\. Alagitinis, sidesmen; Air. Caliphroitas, representative tu synod, and \\. Downs.
secretary of the Sabbath school.
A committee irom lhe Lvnn
\.din ratepayers' association,
was in conference with the authorities of the B, C. Bl, Ry.
Co., "ii Friday alternoon, with
respect to ilu proposed extension nf tin  tramline to Lynn
a I ei k
SEI I ING LGGS FOR SALE
.■lal.r. .1 White Wvuniliittf .
sUf-UafSBMaM; t'i per wttuiir a.f
/kt.        Al-o Bri-oiiing Hena.
The   Model   Poultry  Yards
w. C UrtNMAK, PKuP.
I'-  ||.i, ft .Innn  Avf.,  R, V»ni*..iin-r
PROCLAMATION
His Worship Mayor Hat has
been pleaded to recommend thai
tin artcrnooa ol Baturda)  Al.u
first, be observed as a public
holidaj, in order that ,m opportunity mav in given all citixens
to participate in the Alav dav
celebration Hv command,
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
Cm Clerk
MADRAS CURTAIN MUSLINS
Min While Madras, fine quality, per yard  ;,sc
-(Sin White Madras, fine quality, per yard  JJC
4oin cream Madras, fine quality, per yard  Joe
loin cream .Madras, fine quality, per yard  KM
join colored Madras, line quality, per yard  4,sc
.Uin white frilled muslin, per yard  Mc
.'Kin white frilled muslin, per yard  [8c
join cream window scrim, per vard  lot
Ladles' wash slock collars, white and colored,
regular price 25c  15c
Hlack, white and colored veiling, all si/e dots ,..J0C
SEWING MACHINES
Head  quartet!   for  Singer   and   Wheeler .St Wilson
rent at Sl per week or S.i per month.
Sewing .Machines and Accessories.   Machines lor
J. .1. McALEECE
KF.ITH BLOCK
LONSDAI.K AVENUE
PHONE 4.1
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SEE    SASH        DOORS        MOULDINGS
(J S BRACKETS     CRESTINGS
PQP    STORE  AND  OFFKE FIXTURES
UlRRARD WOODWORKING FAlTO'iY, foot of St. George
Wa .illicit • trial I.il ,,, iniir I T'I.t-
Under Market Value
in D. L. 273
Lots 14 and 15, Block 8, Douhle Corner for flftoo
1-3 cash
Lots ic, and 20, Block to, Douhle Corner for S1450
1-3 cash.
Lots  :i   aud  22,  Block   12,   Fifth  Street,  $13,00
1-2 cash.
Lots 13 and 14, Block  13, Douhle Corner,   ftggo
1-3 cash.
Lots 19, 20, 21 and 22, Block II, Fifth Street S750
each, 1-3 cash.
Lots 20 and II, Hloc»  18, Fourth Street,   flJOO
1-3 cash.
These are way heluw market prices and will nol go
begging very long.
S. GINTZBURGER
l-'ITEC-
THK NOKTIl VANCOVVKR SPECIALIST
W\ Cordova Street. Vancouver, B. C.
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aja (omei l.i'iiiJalc Art emd Secttd Sticet
A I'bonn ,h  an.1 A6i
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.
KANi V AND STAPLE GKOCERIKS
Loral and Forei-*n Funis
Fresh ind Case Kkrs
Choic CuDiiierv Batter always on hand
Lamp Goods. Glm-vvare
Crocker) ware,  Brushes.   Brooms,  etc., ele
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Told to Get Out
Were you evei '.' Then you know what it means
to live 111 a rented liuttM. We hiW a 1 jiriie number of choice luiililiiij{ lots i'or sale mi which are
will (mild am style of house, bungalow or oottagi'
you wMi. All wc auk is $200 to |250down and
|lo to $20 per month.
CAMPBELL iis MILLER
The first sale of Prince Rupert lots will be held
at Vancouver, Hritish Columbia, May 25th to 29th,
V.W. Prince Kupert is the Western terminus of the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. The ssle will be held
in the interests of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
Company and the Government of British Columbia;
half of the lots offered being owned by each party.
From 2000 to 2400 lots will be offered. '
The sale will be held by auction and the terms of
payment will be one-quarter cash and the balance in one,
two and three years, with interest at six per cent. Agreements will be executed immediately on pavment of
the first instalment, and purchasers may enter into
possession at once.
Titles are absolutely indefeasible, which means
that the Government of British Columbia guarantees
all titles.
For maps and further particulars, write,
C. D. RAND,
Agent for Government and Railway
Vancouvor. B.C.
205 Lonsdale Ave
Sorth Vancouver
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No dealer ian sell th is electric flat iron ,tt S4.V1 .md
make h profit—BOT ran we. We are determined, however, to (|tiicklv dispose of the limited mnnlier in stink
Yon will not he aide to liny an cleitru iron AT THIS
I.OW PRICE afler these lew are disposed nl. fl cash
and the li.il.invt- on votir electric light lull will SCCttTI
1 ine.
Applv 10 breach store. Granville Mansions, or lo
•.how room, \\\ Carrall street, Vancouver
HI   ELECTRIC KA1I.WAY COMPANY MINTED.
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GROCERIES
BOOTS AND SHOES
GENTS' F-JrN*sH'Ngs
Slot k boi   ivrii issorted in
ml iprinf Imr*
1iN.11 niss fltimin
1 01   t iii, 1    lamily   Tr,"le.
Vniii trade Main it' d
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FOR SALE
Purr W'liilf WtinilnllM (ram Iir t
|iri*r hir-lii K|tk'« l"r Intii-h.a it I'J.hi
lift m*tHnK Ihii-kenii. I'ill,ell tlui
1 mkfri'U lor nnle. Alio inv inn nl
l.ri'i'liT.
Silnr IsaasW llavinliiirin SJ00 |«*r
' W. HOLDSWOR TH
i',ir, llth St. nml Ki-lt in drt't, lij Keitli
Rninl Tur.  Nirlli VtMoartr
MADAM HUMPHREYS
Scalp treatment, (.mal inaaaagC
iiianicunn*;, shatupooin^, etc.
ll.iirdressinp in latest ulylss hv
competent artist'.
Call and llispevt lhe NEW UNE
01 HAIk GOODS.
l'ufis, hraids and pompadours,
alsu the latest designs lli
coinlis and harretts.
Missrs. Alexander \ Towns-
lev bei t'1 .liinonnce that Mt
Townslev's interest in the firm
hits heel] pnr,h.ised liv Mr. Russell Iv Main.i-,'htili. ainl that
tlie firm will in future do Imsiness under the style ol Alesan-
der iSt Macnaghten, who will SS
sunn- all rispniisilnlilies o| the
late firm (rout Mav 1st. I9nq
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REM ESTATE AND
INSURVNCE   BROKERS
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Canada,
THK ALEXANDRA
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Cummingjs'
A nut assortment nl sllllimet vests have just
arrived. Thev are in the very latest cuts and snme
have flaps nil pnckels liki tlic strictly tip to -date
vests have.    The prices are Irmn ft.JO to |a.5a
A nice and lull assortment nl men's and linvs'
readv-tn-vve.ir ilothllli,' and odil |),mls is expcttcil tO
arrive anv dav, they having Hieil) nn the roatl slim-
April in!. Ymi will all save nioiuv l.v purchasing
al this store and liv waiting for nur limiting which
.is vmi see has lieen on the wav lor time weeks, and
|iiolialilv vvill he hen- ior Saturday's tradi
CUMMINGS
Gent s Clothint. l-'iirni-hilifis, Men's,   I.adiej'. md
Children's Hoots and Shoes.
Xl'AT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
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