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VOLUME 9
NOKTH VANCOUVER, B. C., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1909.
NUMBER
North Vancouver
Horticultural Fair
'order lo accomplish thc most MEN'S  .SOCIAL  CLUB   FOR
The sixth annual cxhilbition of anything very lar wrong
the North Vancouver Horticul- the  man  or  the   woman
tural  Association  &  Farmers' takes pleasure in flowers."
Institute, which was held on the particularly commende'
with
who
He
the de-
Ratifying results thai were at-
Itained financially.
The children's tporti were supervised by A, 11. Scriven. The
ililiits w ti c iiiiiiiii tills and   the
'several events were closely contested.
The display of trophies was
exceptionally large and attractive, comprising cups by Irwin
& Billings, Lid., G. J. Cornidi,
C. F. Jackson, W. L. Keene, the
medals
and the
ciety.
it Messrs. ltirks & Sons
kov.il Horticultural So-
grounds ol the organization.cor. eision of the board of directors *.•  ■_ ],;■_ k}   Co., .m_ ft, p;x.
Lonsdale avenue and 21st slreet that in future special prizes aie pw|I) M,\ t_t Horticultural so
on Friday and  Saturday   last, to be offered for exhibits by lhe -j^. alui ais0 |,rolla. am- Mivci
was a most    pronounced   and children.     Reference was   tiun
gratifying  success.     The fruit made to the peculiar appropn-
exhibits were perhaps not so ex- ateness oi horticultural pursuits
tensive as might be desired, but for those who had passed  that
they were nevertheless ol an ex- time of life when the more stren-
cellent  order,   considering   the uous pleasures appealed to tlieiu
fact that the Iruit crop this year The speaker concluded  his  ad-
is very short.    The exhibits of dress by Complimenting the so-
vegetablcs, cut flowers, potted ciety on the improvements   to
plants, ladies' fancy work, can- the building, and then formally
ned fruits, etc., were of a highly declared thc exhibition opened,
creditable   order,   and   the ar-    The manner in which tht ex*
rangement of the individual ex- hibition moved from start to
LYNN VALLEY
A well attended meeting was
la-Id at St. Clement's hall, .m
Wednesday evening, for the pur-
poat of considering the advisability of forming ■ nun's social
ilub. The Rev. II. II. Gillies,
H.A., occupied the chair and explained that the object of the
proposed titib was to furnish
amusement and recreation during the coming winter months
for those in the valley, and that
it was to be an unsectariaii organization. After some discussion, J. Neat moved that a club
be  lormed,   to  be  called   "The
Local and Personal
C. E. Lawson is enjoying Ins
holiday m Europe. IM lasl
heard Irom, lie was in 1 ans,
France.
Typewriting. — Miss E. Sinclair, public stenographer, at
Thacker & Thornton's, i.|| .'ml
street east.
C. W, Knight and lamily, ol
Yaiiu.uvcr, have laken up Iheir
residence on Keith road, near
Jones avenue.
Billy Lasdci Will meet M..lino
ol Seattle, in a sparring match
The detailed list of prize -tin- 'Lynn Valley Men's Social Club" at Larson's pavilion, this (Fri-
nei's will be lound on page four.
PRESENTATION
This was seconded by Mr. Bullock and carried. A constitution and bylaws were passed and
ollicers elected as follows: President, Rev. H. H. Gillies; vice
At a recent meeting of the la- president, J. Barker; hon. set.,
dies' aid society ol Sl. Andrew's II. Worth;  treasurer,   J. Neat;
Presbyterian church, Mrs. G. A. directors, A. Buckley, B.A.,   J.
McBain was preeented with  an Bullock,   J. Down.     The club
day) evening.
11. \\. Robinson and Iamily,
Irom Vancouver, have moved into a residence on 2nd slreet near
St. David's avenue.
Reeve McNaught returned on
Wednesday Innn | trip ol a lew
days to Seattle, where  he  had
hibits as well as the general lay- finish reflects great credit upon illuminated   testimonial,   upon meets every Wednesday night at been visi
ing out ol the entire collection, President  W. L. Keene,  Secre- her retirement from llie ollice ol 7.30 p.m., in St. Clement's hall.
was such as to make a delight- tary Tyler and the board of di- president.    Kta. Jas. Hay wis A committee was appointed  to
ful show. rectors.    The judges had   tlieir elected president ol lhe society, procure games, magazines, etc.,
J.  R.  J. Murrav is ■fleeted
to return this et tiling from   a
In the fruit section was notic- WOrk practically completed by
ed a sample of ripe peaches from the time the formal opening
the garden of Alex. Philip, and took place, so that all was in
another Irom that of S. D. readiness for the reception of
Schultz. A sample of second the public.
crop strawberries from the gar- An 0___x ladies' auxiliary
den ol Mrs. Holdsworth was of had t)ren orgunizc-cl and each 4
which   came   under und it is hoped to form a mas- invited to associate himsell with
tlieir control was in cl
case 'by  an  etlicient
large size and excellent flavor, parllm.nt
as Uie editorial  experience  at- lnejr control was in charge of a i|ue.r.idc   trades  pnxeaaion,   re-
tests.      The   bouquet   of  wild case  -,y  au  emcit„t  curps   0j piusciiling the local trades  an.l
flowers gathered  and  arranged superintendent assisted in  each industries.    Fuller details will
by    Colin    Crickmay    receiv- *adieSi   ft, Nfmt*-HBt depart- he provided later.     •
ed special commendation   from menl was superintended bv .Mrs.        	
the judges.   The display of ros- w  L. Keene| ti-e Candy depart-
es and of sweet peas by Messrs. ment by Mrs  Kadermacher (the
Simpson Ik Wight  called  forth enlire si(K_ wjti, boxcS| etc., in
much favorable comment. thjs boot), was made and donat-
The success of the show   was ed by Mrs. Raderniacher),   the
very greatly enhanced   by   the tickets and baby show by Mrs.
many improvements to the hall, Colin F. Jackson, and the   ice
which have just been completed, cream by  Mrs.  Archilbald and
The stage has been lengthened, the Misses Archibald.   The pro-
thc inside walls have been ceiled ceeds from each of these somas
the basement lias been enclosed, together   with    the   children's
and 1 furnace of large capacity sporls, greatly augmented those
A "Hallow e'en" entertainment
will be held, in the lorm of a
poster show, 111 connection with
which .ui interacting program \o
being prepared, a "Hallow e'en ' ditiolial ones have signified their
booth will be provided, presi I,,I intention of joining. Every
over by thc conventional witch, man in the valley is cordially
Which will be on hand  lor  the llia'u monll>s' sojourn
m xt meeting.   The club started lauJ aU(i Scotland,
with an enthusiast ic and inlltien*
ti.il membership, and m.inv ad
ball
in   Eng-
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The   local   Orange   lodge   is
making preparations Ior a grand
011 the evening ol Friday,
November 5th nuxt,
Mrs. Vaudin and family lute
returned from Bonui island and
are residing at the corner ol
14th and Bewick avenue.
A fine; fish
	
A beautiful specimen of r,in-
bow troui m.is ceptutt 1 .r. Si.
,ond canyon, Capilano, this \iuk
The lish tt.is perfect in slain*
and color .nnl weighed fourteen
pounds, p. Larson Intends hating the skin slulled. ti ,h m
general are limit* pi■ 11 Inl in
Capilano at present, than hr
installed, and the outside of the from the gale and the entries, in dnaiiv years past,
building has been improved by
painting. Altogether the hall
provides a thoroughly satisfactory place for public gatherings
of all sorts.
The exhibition was formally
opened at noon on Friday.
President W. L. Kecnc briefly
introduced Hon. F. L. Carter-
Cotton, who, in the absence of
Hon. R. G. Tatlow, delivered
the opening address. The speaker in his opening remarks confessed that he was not greatly
versed in matters pertaining to
horticulture, but nevertheless he
took great interest in such exhibitions as the present, and had
learned much from them. He
accorded the North Vancouver
show 1 prominent place in the
ranks ol similar exhibitions all
through Uie province, and considered that the exhibits were
proof positive of lhe fact that
Nortli Vancouver has opportunities and capabilities as to garden and orchard, equal to those
of anv other portion of the province' In addition to this, the
district enjoyed one very great
advantage, in that a market,
which will never 'be overstocked,
lies right at hand.
In 1891 the total orchard area
of the province was 6,51x1 acres.
In ten years to 19°' tt only increased 1,000 acres, but from
1901 to 1905 it jumped to 29,000
and 20,000 acres wore added in
1906, and it is estimated that at
the close of 1908 there were 100,-
000 acres planted in fruit. Ten
years ago British Columbia did
not produce enough fruit to supply her own population. In 1902
1,049 tons were shipped out Iby
freight and 487 by express. In
1908, 6,496 tons were shipped
out, an increase of 4,.540 tons in
five years. Yet, in spite of this
1,000 tons of apples were imported last year, so that it is evident there is still a large margin belore th.' local market can
lie overtaken ami products from
other countries driven nut.
The speaker then brought out
skilfully tin- Military moral influence exerted by horticultural
pursuits upon those who followed them.    "There cannot  be
Simpson & Wight,  the  local
su-
boul-
evard ior the N.V. Land & Improvement Co.
the club and become one of
members.
The contract has been let for
1 the slashing of four acres of
land between the Ross road and
'the pipeline road, adjoining the __f____ haIu',l'lkl'" ft '
j property of Mr. Fromme on the I^rmtcndcnce oi the grand boi
east. This will give a better
appearance to the valley as a
whole, as this is probaWv the, Mr. and Mis. John Plowman
thickest bush in the immediate relumed this m-ck from Sn ,11
district at present. M \yAy< and will shortly build
.. a modern residence on their pro-
It is repotted that Capt. A perty, the S. E. one-quarter ol
A I.indgreu of the S.S. l.ons- D. L. 617. They were actum*
dale, now at dies' pier, has pauicd hy Mr. and Mrs. Maim,
resigned his position as master who have taken up quarters 111
of the ship. j Lonsdale gardens.
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While many ocean going craft
were docked on the North Shore
of Burrard Iulet, during the
palmy days oi the Moodyville
sawmill business, it remained
for the steamship Lonsdale, ol
Ilic Canadian Mexican Pat iln
line, A, A. Lindgren, master, to
capture the distinction of being
the first ocean going steamship
to berth on the waterfront of
the city of Nortli Vancouver.
The Lonsdale is an iron ship,
)40 feet in length, 41.5 leet in
breadth, and 2.6.4*1 (eel in depth
Her registered tonnage is §170
and her deepest draught 21 In!
2% inches.
Al Salina Cm*, Mexico, the
southern terminus of tin- line,
she loaded a cargo comprising .1
complete electrical power plant
of large capacity and ul the
most modem type, consigned to
thc Northern Light & Power
Co., Dawson City, and desi imd
to be erected .it Coal cteek,aeai
Dawson, for the generation ..l
electricity for distribution in
the Klo'ndyke,  for light   and
powet purposes.   The machinery
is oi English maiaiacture, and
ttas shipped irom Liverpool vii
tin- Harrison line to the port ol
Mexito, nh.ii.c it trussed Old
UaxiC-9 "\ llu Tchalitilcpn National railway, ,1 diet awn ol 1 \fi
miles, to Sauna Cm/., when It
Wal taken in charge bj  iln  I I
n.idi.in Mexican Pacific Um and
brought north, The season is
now so lar advanced thai it li
thought  ImprobaUi  that  thi
Yukon river will remain opH 1
siilbtimt length i.l linn to permit the conveying of thc machinery to its deatination  tins
season, hence it was thought td
visabl.   In sei lire suitable storage, where it might be placed
until iin- opening oi navigation
ill the north, in the ipting     ll
was at ilns jutiatiiii Ihal CiiH
i ,1,   picked up ihe 1..niicition
and negotiated mccewiulli   loi
the iterate ol thc plain •■> hi*
•un. || tei loot oi logeTI .nc
! *, Lonsdale accordingj; berth
ed at Cates' pier on Saturday
night last.
l'l,„l,. I.a I all.llll   Nmtti V.a
The iii.iihiniry  not  onlv   p| jiiiwsiiiitiits in Nortli VaUCOtVel
.iipns pi,1.in.ili\ all tin [ftighl .ullage Hails.     The "UoOOSnUS
1.1p.1t 11 \ ..I th. hold 01 th. M. Batata" compriaed whal is now
sel,  but  the attire de. k Ik •>,. l.s lhe   telllral   portion   ol    North
Her draught a-* she tame I I hi 1 Yaliiouter   illy   alld   cxlindi.l
berth was tin utt-..li.  Int.   but lar into the distrii t 011 bolh the
ll  Was found that ,il di.nl   loll i.isl  alld West       Lonsdale ate ,
tide, the pui alloidcil litt leel ol runs dim th   through the land
water la the dial beneath  tin* odginalh owned i.\ Col  Un*
keel nl lile ship. dale The   owner   ol   llll     plo
The cost ill the III...in 1 ai    !■* f****  dliil 111 the cult  Hindus,
--•ported .ii aboil ;i-'   0 aad •■"'i ,Im **mU- «-,s wd h) Ins
the  llllll   paid  to   lhe  I,oii.ball BHHtfl  -lll'l   has  slllu*   passed
cuatonu wai la tin  nelghhoi l*to auiy hawia although Urgi
iKiod ol I50.000, being the lalg-iacreage tfaeti Kill remain   La
,st  .luu  charge* on 1 single certain Laatascci     Botes   lhe
shipment ever collected al the "ttonMd Iteea »i things" again
port ol Vancouver sumtes in ilu coiacwenfi   bi
It isaliappv.oin.id,,,., 1 thai J* * """'  "' _,  ^' '""'
" , ol llu  esl.it.   on   WhOM   w.itir
*•   lllM    ""'",    """"^'"l'    '" trOOl  she la.tiled.
berth,t North Vancoaver, ta    .,**,, ailliil unl(Ullil    {)l tlll.
named  tin   Lonadak, ai thai ,      , ,   , . ,   ,
nam,   has been .h.sel!   lil..U:|,a| Lol.sdal,, I, g,n  at   OIK-   o clock
with Uu Norih sin.ii Irom the oa rucaday, thi j..ri,l*..t.l. pa,,
early   dais     Colottel   l"A  l.l tioil ol Uu- plant  U-ing stored
wai o„, ,,i ti„ original Engli-d. '■' "" 1^1* l****"  ''"'' Jf
haiehoidus ,11 the \i lyville ''"i"'  tad mota iM'-'is-the
sawmill compaa]    Witheacep wg»« weiihiag eighteen I
tioaal sagacity,'he madi large Iwag pla»-cd on the pier.
Miss Curie will hold ln-r
millinery opening on Saturday,
September (8th, to which she
invites lhe ladies of North Vancouver.
Wanted,—A sales lady ai ance
Must have some experiince. A
Nortli Vancouver resident preferred. Apply to J. J, McAlteti)
dry goods store.
The Bank of UNA, ,,nd tho
Bank of Hamilton, have decided
to discontinue opening for business on Saturday evenings, after
Saturday October 2nd.
On account of a small atten 1-
ancc at the meeting of the ferry
directois, on Thursday, the
opening of the tenders (or the
concrete piers, was laid over for
full board.
C. E. Dickerinan, foreman at
the Diplock-Wright sawmill, has
rented a house on St. George's
avenue, between 12th and llth
streets, and thc family is now
residing therein.
Nortli Vancouver lodge No. 55
I.O.O.F., contemplate holding a
social function in the near future, and will endeavor to make
it one of the leading events ol
the season.
Steamships Progressive, Etta
White and Surprise were all on
the Wallace ways at one time
this week. Steamships Belcar-
ra and Tartar were also haultd
out lor general repairs.
(forth V.iiitoiivei Transfer 4
Livfty Company, have bought
the plant aiid business oi the
North Vancouver Traiisier Co ,
from Colin F. Jackson The
business will bc contiiiu.il in the
old stand, by the new owners.
Plums for preserving and jam.
Apples and pears in bulk, direct
from the tree. C. E. Keene,
15th street, North Vancouver.
Front iK-droom to rent, wiih
lire place.    Apply at this ollice.
W. E. Ward, ol the C.P.R.aiid
family have removed Irom Vancouver, and arc now residing on
2nd street east, but will in the
near luture erect a residence on
King street east.
The trustee board of the Meth-
dist church have uuaiiimousK
decided Oftm ,1 plan lor tlieir
new church building, and will
lay the whole niatier ',-clore the
congregation at a congregational Meting tfl bl held next Wednesday evening at I o'clock.
The lu.iket pi a, li.e s. Iifdulcd
to taku plan- tomorrow afternoon, has again to be post poll, d
owing lo tin i.n t thai ao ith ks
.ii. til ta, bl '''.lain d,    A until-
ber ..I memberi nh" own sticks
will, however, be on the gnanda
•tub the iiuissai! IttU, iu older
lo put 111 .1 lillle preiiriinaiy
turning.
A F lleasli t has sold Ins re-
suleliti to T. II. Klligsley. Kr,
Kingsley   has   tticiitli   annul
mth liis lamily Erom Haycrolt,
Mcoph.im, Kent, BHf1e"i IM
intends leaving his igmilv in residence in ihis city, for educa-
sioii.il advantages, while he himsell proceeds to China, to assume Ins duties as a member of
the customs stall.
Thc directors of the North
Vantoutti Horticultural Society 4 Fanners' Institute are deserting ol thr toiigratiilations
and highest praise from the iiti-
/t ns for the success attending
llieir ellorts 111 tonneitioii with
this teat's exhibition, and further Irom lhe (act that .ill bills
have been paid and a substantial la.ilaii.i remains in the treasury.
The to,,l boring operations
which have been proceeding in
CapUaao lor some months past,
are now doit 11 to ,1 depth ol jHo
1.. 1 Tin mi, shuns date and
sandstone, with an occasional
narrow suain of coal, but thus
lal nothing approaching 1 Nan
sutluientlv large lor mining pur-
pa .ses li.i. Iiiiii 11111 The indications arc considered favorable
however, and operations arc
continuing. THE  EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Mill
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publllhi al in I'm. IAnn—■
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mer ilgnatnre nl ii rili i
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|(if tin* npililn .- a i , ..ir. -i. mii ni-, mnl
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LYNN VAI.I.HN   WKK'I'IM.
r.iliiui' Kxpress
Sir. In i.ading in last week ■*
inuc II Worth's letter, ithith
purported ta* be ■ report  ol  a
mini mg uiu. h ttas held in Linn
Valley to take measures to po
tun tlu opening oi ■ barroom
in tin t,illtt, I regretted very
muiii that the writer h.i.l not
been presenl at the meeting.
The report contains thin' misstatements .mil is misleading
ihruugh..ui. The leading public will n..i be surprised ai this
when lint remember that the
writer ol the reporl lues under
tin* rool "i tin* bull.ling lui
whii h continued and strenuous
efforts .hi being made to obtain
a barroom license, Still less
will ilni I., surprised at a garbled report "( tin meeting re
liquor license iur Lynn Valley
hotel, ninn they recall tin* [act
that tlu -..um reporter appeared
having liquor snld in the valley,
tn shall withdraw uur opposition ami ,illntv him to have his
license,
Il is unit lair however, to Dr.
Pidgeon, in referring to his ad-
dress, perhaps as good as ever
uas heard on this suit* ol the
Inlei, in sat, that, hating referred to the reform movements
ui llu t'nited Stales, aiid having showed that as a result,Canada had been made ,i dumping
ground tor a certain class ni
American citizen smh as followed the raci track gambling business, ih, Di made ,. strung case
[oi tlu need ol amendmenaj to
tin* criminal code ol I,in,uia,and
appealed lo his audience, not as
citizens ol Lynn Valley. bnt .is
tan,nh.ni*.. to dn their pari to
uphold iimi maintain the highest
si,imi,ii.ls ini our country.
Tin sunn.I puint in Dr, l'id-
ginn's address \t.i-. this; The
multiplication ol placet where
liquor is sold increases the amount oi liquor drunk, By lact
ainl argument the speaker established his cast i.tvntnl contradiction, alld then made a hue
application ol the reverie ul his
statement to Lum Valley, —J
"The absence ol a saloon from
am community, nr even Irom j
a block, greatly lessens the am-
oiint nl drunkenness."
Wt  shall   be   pleased   tn   read
any thing larther that om friend j
m i.inn Valley can set lorth di
a    a    a    a
DAIRY
NORIH
VANCOUVER
\fkmi 126     Store llllststreet west
I   Ktfhl 'IHIwry of rt#y'l Milk mnl Cream;
■I ii.  t .; i ■ mii i *i    Ho i Laid Rfii mi Iminl;
ttKrhulM AM)i-i>l"nl < rvnmtTV  ('.titter; nnd
i U-. Cream.
Rhone LM     Unw ordan At atom,
WM PHILIP, Prop.
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Pioneer
A. FARRO
General  Contractor
l.iui.l l'l.*..rin.;, Slump .in.l 11 n k
blasting. Rxtra .nn* near lionart,
All dama**"** nm.li' iahkI.
K M IM. <'Y \l K N T      AORNCY
lata ttl.. '.VfMa.l  . .,,1-a.Ui*
l'i.   II,,x I,
S. H. Walker,  ■   Proprietor
N.V. Fish Market-
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A   kinds nl I'nsli I'hIi .I, livri'.l .laily
fmiikwl .'ii-l... lUdflaltJ
phnltr*-, i.-n. ninl \va> I'.l.l..-
ilur aim If to pi. || r ciifl'iiiii r. n.
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Cor. Lonsdale Ave. & Rth street
Phone 84
Fresh Bmd daily delivered
to .ill parti of the citv.
if. loaves for (1
4 [111 Ij rents.
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
HIGH GRADE CAKE
PASTRY, ETC,
PIONEER BAKERY
i-nnsi s      71 Lonedali Ave
W. H. STONKT
w. c. K0IHMI
J. «*aDY
Soli- ust'iila d.r Muriwo, the best
material fnr mills and coiling.;
Plinne RflO
W. H. STONEY <& CO.
Signs of every ilcsi-ription
Wallpapen, Paints, Uils, Varniibaa, Ao,
Ht»use  1'ainting   QUaing,  Paper Hinging,  Kalsomining
Daoorating, etc.
jrd slreet, cor. Lonsdale ave
J. \Y. BALMAIN
CIVIL    i:\lllNKKK
111,11 ti . M.ri.'yi.i an.I A trill leel
MH,ill   VANCOUVKR,
BLACKSMITHING
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
ETC., ETC.
I oul Sharpening a sp.*. ...Ity
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Safety Deposit Boxes to Kent. Salety Deposit Roxe-s to Rent
Aot.aa Ex.culor, Tru.t.., Liquidator R.Mlv.ra and Aaal|na.
Court Bond.
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INTEREST
Md   un   ilo|'n.il»,  i'iiiii|.iiiiii,lt.l
lf.ur limn. y**arlv.
Paaa Book, laaurd
CO!
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r.8 BAKNARD, Cliiiirman
HON  K.'l'ARTKR-l-O'lTn.*., Chairman ..I  Enx-ulift
r. J. V. UiBSOS, M-a.v... I. G  il A1N .VHIGIII', SwinjUrv
(iraiirilh- Mai.aiuui  tllnek, crin-r  Knlwni an.l Granville
P.O. HniDtH PhaaeM
Safely Depotit lloxes to Rent. Salety Deposit Boies lo Kent.
01  SORTH VAM OU   EH I ROM Till  INI 11
,ih,.iit .1 real igo In an article
npriMiiiiiii; himiell .1-* aa occa.
M,aii.ii riaitoi to tin i.ilht, and
advocating tin graatiag oi aa
hotel lieen* to .1 certain applicant, ..11 tin ground that he, the
writer, .uid otha \ hdtori to the
vallej needed thi accouunodi
nmi uliuh .hi hotel would .iiim i
I.-nn Vallej people coaated
Mr. Worth .. reaideot .it Um
nine that hii Iiim lettei u.is
written, and wine ..1 tluin are
wiikul enough, aoa. lo iaainn*
il.lt 111 ll.is ,, pu lllll.lit lll-
ti list in obtaining .1 licenac Iw
Lum Willi', In.til
S.i i.l nm ling, ilnn. .is iln po
Ilm 1.mis would s,\, u.is reported lot political putp
Wi do not consider ih..i thc
Lum Valid application tor lia-
uoi liceniw is yet quite dead,
In n.i tin nud 1.1 iln   meeting
l.isl   tieik        lh   linnd   tin    ti
porta ni lhat meeting will recall -in old provirb, 'aa ..nine
ni pr> vention is worth ,1 pound
1.1 .in.      II. in.,! bi intiiisi..1
in learning 1l1.it .1 common
Mn.ilk 111,1.Ii  Iit liis 1.1|..tt iili-
usn ...ti..nun'; liis ii thr runs
,|Im.U1     .IS    la.llntts II,
that during thi   last  loai  aad
all nils th, ti li,,.,, ta.iti in
Lum   Willi!   a,nh   ttt
quiring   magisterial   Invi
11.an  w, w.itu tu kup it   thai
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N..U. 11 thi  ■• nt. 1 11 ill   -.'in
that during th< ni\t   r
ilu insi ol keeping l.iii .iiul 01
ibr and the number ol 1 rimin
al ..In litis mil ni,| hi  m,i, ,*i,l
..in 1.1 proportion to the ini ri nm
Ion aa tin   mult  ol
rn ih or Indirectly to advocati
tin* graatiag ol .1 barroom li-
ulist in Lvnn Wilhy.
B ll  BALDERSTON
WELL SATISFIED
II. II Cobora, ..1 llnl.,. s D
ttill. ll.is llllll ,1 jrllest in this
ill!   I'.I   ,1   Im   weeks  past,   dt-
parted on Tueedai, [or his home
uti u.i California, Ur. Co-
burn 1.line West tO Usll llli Si-
.ittIt   1 xpoaition   and   taking a
suit tii|. ii|. to Vancouver, uas
sn attracted by Nnrth /ancouver, that he made this ul\ his
In. nli|ii, irli is, and tarried av av
mill lnni 1 .substantial iiineiiib-
i.iiui* in the Innn ..I duds tO
mum choice realty oa the Nnrth
Shore. Ur. Coburn pat the hall
in..ik ol cnlighteaed citiieaih p
Up. 11   ills   lilt isl nuill*.   Lt    sub-
■cribiag lot The Bxpreta,
I. o. o. F\
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
55, meets every Thursday evening, corner Lonsdale avenue and
First street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting -brethren cordially invited to
attend. Edwin Peers, N. G.;
Thos. S. Nye, Rec.-sec; J. H.
Pilling, Fin.-sec.
ATTENTION
111
Builders & Contractors
Lumber will never lie cheaper.   Get in on the ground
Hour.   Muild now
Si..-i-ialtv-Oof  ..»n  Kiln-
binl Fl.».rinu and  Kiniah
SAI) DEATH
.1. G  Breaaey has the ilncen
lympathy ni 1 large circle   ol
munis ..ml acquaiataacei, la the
reavemeat ivhich has be*
1.iiiiii hun m tin di'eaat oi his
mi. Luu U, Hr.ssei, win.h an
.-in..1 ai tin lamily reiidence
.an Viilorii park eaat, oa Bun-
.ir. 1.1 ii \its Brewi uas ilu
daiightei nl ih< Iati Waltei
a.i Vancouver, whon is
misi occurred ,1 lea weiks ago,
Mn ii,is ill for ..nh ,1 biiel per-
md, and ims in the iith yeai
ai lm igi Tin fun. t.i! ii.is
held   Hum   C111I11    .1-   Ilailtlia's
chapel ..n  Tuesday  aftcraooa,
Rei   l  II  Wilsun, Mt. Plnaant
officiating.
GFJOCERIES
PROVlSICfJS
boots and shoes
qeNts' f-JrNibH-Ngs
Uur 11111   is to Kive ssl*l,ii tion
IO "Ut cuitomi rs.
rn s ro all parts il
       li lam have no te .
pn*      i>* ii,   a iiiii ii,une an I
I.lll     a'   I I    »  all   Call.
DODDd t-
TYSON
Teh phone 41
Ini   8th St. .ind  Lous Ul,
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A Difficult  Proposition
I (To be done on an ordinary City Map)
'. I'ln ma point of a oompaia at the fool nf Lonidala tvaotw and, with a i
I ra«liuiof9! inch*   dewrilie nn in outting D.L 698 at about tha middle of our   [
t  ..nli Acn block—thai ia, al Block 28—-and having iti pointa terminating al the   j
onl
Ii i- required to find within this radiui a ball acre Muck with toil) Manic
JI rarroundingi and vii w equal lo ihoai in D.L, 698, for |326aach, |
Invoatura are realising it cannol bi dona and art purchaaing than on vary
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Martinson & Co.
Kenl   Batate  ani
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[nnurance Hmlu-rs
norin Vancouver omce. 59 Lons.Qie: prwne 56
Mhl -l,i nn t"rp-.k, B.C.
WEDDING
RINGS
An- bought lor, but not by wo-
nirii, \i l the lair m-x are often
iniisiilt.-d -bout the piirclme,
nr ihey slinuhl be. Wedding
nuts lannnt be too good in
quality—-they arc not everyday
pui a him, We hive them in
heavy solid nold, guaranteed
tu last i long lifetime. ln
other st-. Irs uf rings we rasily
take the lead in variety, quality and low prices. Buy your
jewelry litre and you will gil
the best value fnr your money.
GRASSIE&CO.
318 C»mWe Street
Cars  leave  lerrv   landing lor
all points, as lollows:
*6.15 a.m.
'6*45   "
•7.20  "
7*50 "
8.20 "
B.30   "
9.20   "
9*45   "
A ft ci iihuh can li-a\e ,ii , t n
minuii *. p.i-t llu Imu  ., *   1
.....    **    L*   Iti III    Ul
niidiiighl.
Cars leave Lonsdale Avenue,
Keilh Road, and Queensbury
Avenue Terminals as follows:
•6.05 a.m.
•6.30   "
•7.00   "
•7*35   "
8.05   "
8.35   "
y.iKi   •'
9.25 "
9*45 "
10.25   "
'"•55   "
Altt-i which ears i>,*\-« ,.< ....
ininuii'.s lo tin- 'i.nir ,. ., in, n-
tv-bvf linnuiis ai-ti   ".,  hour
until midnight.
I'm GnWH KoWtahl lake the Lonsdale   Avenue  car.      For
Lvnn Valley lake the tjueensbury Avenue ear.     For Capilano
take the Keith Koad car.
Nut un Sun.i.n
SEVJ-NTKEN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
We can handle as many more.    If you aie thinking of building
stc us and talk the mattei -ver
CAMPBELL ir* MILLER
205 Lonidale Ave.
North Vancouver
/vwvv^>yvvvwvw^-^■^^lM--^-^»^»%^M-M-^»%-^-^-%»^^-^^
Cates' Wharf
FOOT OF ROGERS AVE.
NORTH VANCOUVER
Dockage for Steamers
Warehouse Accommodation for all purposes
.SAND,  I IMI,  BRICK,  Cl MINI, GRAVEL
COAL and LUMBER
(modi delivered il ibsired. Prompt service
tin) IT OFFICK IN WHARF
Or al R001111 II and  Ij,  Flack  Hlock,   Vancouver
PHONE 136
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ATEINTS
We lanllril 111* bu.inrM ol Mnn.n.clHrf ta,
Tffll?;na-«-rs aanri nl hrra. t/tto rrnlir-* Hit* ..Ivlwl'tl
, y * I h.iving lli'ir I'.I'll   I*"*    " a H.rMflH
hy   .Tp*rt*,  rirlin.in.ij.i1vi r I'-.  Chifffl
i* .,   .alt. Oarlnn-fil»r'.A1vla '• * "•'' '" '
.    .1. M.iiimaN.rt-ti, K n'*1.1 *" v .'. J-'''
a,.'-. M-«i.-«l- "t** • -'"• l"2--H*—
NORIH VANCOUVER EERRY TIME TABLE
STKAMKR ST
0B0108
STR. NORTH VANCOUVER
Leave Van.     L
eave N. Van.
Leave N. Van
Leave Van.
•h.20 a.m.
•6.45 a.m.
"h in a.m.
•6.45 a.m.
7*30   "
7.50   "
'7.20   "
•8.00   "
I     8.30  "
MJ "
Ma "
'8.20    "
•8.50   "
945 "
9.20
9*45   "
10.15 "
10.45 "
10.15 "
10.45   "
11.15 "
n.45 "
11.15 "
n.45   "
12.15 P-m-
12.45 p.m.
12.15 P'm-
n.45 P*«-
...5   "
1 45   "
t.15 •
1*45   "
a.15   "
J-45   "
2.15 "
345   "
315   "
3*45   "
3*>5   "
3-45   "
4.15   "
4 45   "
415   "
445   "
515   "
5 45   "
5>5
5-45   "
6.15   "
fi-45   "
6.15   "
6.45   "
7-J5  "
745   "
725   "
745   "
8.15   "
8.45   "
815   "
8.45   "
9-15   "
945   '
9.15   "
9-45   '
10.15   "
io.45   "
10.15   "
10.45   "
•ll.lj   "
•11.45   "
II.II   "
12.00
' Not 0
n Sunday.
Time Table
subject to ch
inge without
notice. THE EXPRESS, NOETH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Councillors Davison and Allan
were present at the session oi
the district council, last evening
Reeve McNaught presided,
A letter ' . s read Irom Mrs.
J. C. Wood.ow, acknowledging
the token ol sympathy, forwarded by the council, at the funeral
of her late husband, John C.
Woodrow.
Reeve McNaught introduced a
resolution of condolence with
the widow and the bereaved
family, which was adopted, as
follows: Resolved that this
council hereby expresses its sincere sorrow at hearing of the
death of John C. Woodrow, ol
Vancouver, who took such a
prominent and valuable part, in
the early work of this municipality, having served the district as a councillor for the
years 1893 to 1896 inclusive,and
as Reeve for the years 1897 to
1900 inclusive. He had to share
with his colleagues, the years
that had much to discourage
and embarrass the councils, but
his confidence in the future oi
the district, and his earnest efforts to promote its best interests, helped much to tide over
the time of difficulty, and to
pave the way for a brighter future. Though the demands ol
his private business led him lo
abandon his work at the council
board, he continued to take a
deep and thoughtful interest in
the affairs of the district, and
his voice as a ratepayer was
ever raised for that which made
for progress. The council desires to tender to Mrs. Wood-
row and the other members of
the bereaved family, an expression of their deep sympaih
with them in tlieir bereavement
and requests the clerk to communicate to Mrs. Woodrow a
• copy of this resolution.
Hon. Thomas Taylor, minister ol puflilic works, wrote to
the ellect that the government
is not prepared at present, to
coustruct a road through D. L.
763 as requested. Reeve McNaught reported that he had
had an interview with the minister, in which he had partly consented to reconsider his decision
Engineer will forward a draft
plan.
G. A. Barrett interviewed the
council re Roslyn road, from
Keith road to North Arm. Mr.
Barrett had built a road 88
chains long and 22 feet wide,
costing 526 per chain, and also
a wharf at a cost of over 11000.
He requested that council pav
one half the cost of thc road*
Payment to lie made, it work
proves satisfactory to the engineer.
Plans were received as iollaws
West % ol blocks 1, 2, J, D. L.
f)2,s, approved conditional^: i
I,, itt, Burrard City, approved;
N part of D. I.. 600, approved;
D. L 861, approved conditionally; lot 5, block I, D. L. $53, approved; N W portion of D, I,.
554, approved; D. L. 763, approved; parts of D. L. boi and
(V17, approved conditionally; N
I I 0) D. L. 1104, approved;
S % of D. La 1102, approved-
block 22, D. I,. 2022, approved;
block 55, D. L. 2087, approved
conditionally; rc-sulbdivision of
portion of D. L. 865, approved
conditionally.
Accounts as follows were ordered paid: Finance committee
$397.80; waterworks committee
J1522.08.
District Clerk Philip reported
that the owners of D. I,. 599
were unanimously in favor of a
road lieing built on the local improvement plan.
On motion it wa.s resolved to
ask lor tenders for the construction of Taylor raad.
A bylaw to regulate the Lynn
Valley water system was read a
third time and finally passed.
District Clerk Philip submitted a draft form of petition lor
local improvement work, which
had been examined by thc solicitor.   The form was adopted.
The reeve and the clerk were
authorized to sign the petition
for thc $30,000 loan, on behalf
of lhc district, and also ior the
Centre road improvements.
Reeve McNaught reported having interviewed the manager ol
the Tvci- Copper Rylidiiate with
reference to the payment ol the
road tax and also as to a road
to the property. The matter
had been arranged satisfactorily
COMPLIMENTARY BANQUET AND BALL
The following is a copy of the toasl list and menu of the complimentary banquet to the offniis of tha Looadale and Capt. Cates by
the citizens of North Vancouver at the Hotel North Vancouver, tomorrow evening, September 181I1.
WATER NOTICE
®naat £iat
"The King"
PrniHwed by lliat-liairmau, His W'nrahip Mayor May
"Our Oueits"
l'n.poied hv U.l. W. ,1. Kirk
l'eapondeil tu l.y t'upl. U'.irinnp, Capt. A. UadpM  unl
l'ii|i| Q, Outs
"Port of North Vancouver"
ttO/aatt l>y Heeve McNiuight.
Kei|Kin.le.l tn by lien. II. Cowan, M.l'., .1. 0, Ki-ilh, B*)<
"Industrial North Vancouver"
Proponed by I'rtfident 1). Ij. DM (Hmir.l nl Trade)
U.-epniiili-.l lo liy II. Oa Wri-jlit, W. J  lruin
'Trade, Commerce and Transportation"
Proponed hy Alex. I'hilip, K«|,
Responded t.. by A. R. Steai-y, .1. li J, Murray (Secretary Boanl of Iriul.-i, A. U Perry
''Ood Save the King"
fRruu
Soup
Fish
Mock Ttirth*
Capilano Rainlmw Trout, Imllandaii sauce
Entree
Sweetbread Pale, An pelit poii
Roasts
l.nin ,a( Beef »ith li'Tferudish.        Young Turkey and
driwing, i-raulx-rry lauee.
Vegetables
Steamed and maulied potatoe..        Cauliflower, cream
Haute.      Ireiifh (lean.
Salads
Dessert
Lobiter.
I
Kugliuli plum pmldui!!, la..ral brandy aaili'.-.     Aimrted
cakei. Am.* irl.*,l I'mil*.    Nut. an.l lUisin.
Tea. Cffi-e.
Ume Beer               Cigars.
H..I-I NVrtli Tut-WII When* H.li.|ticl will I. Hil'l
The matter ol financial assistance to the lerrv and other important items, was laid over lor
a lull council meeting.
OPKRATIC SOCIKTY
As announced iu last week's
issue ol The Kxpress, a iiicclmg
was held, in the parlors ol the
Nortli Vancouver Piano Co.,and
School oi Music, on Thuisdai
evening,when there was organia-
ed the North Vancouver Operatic society, with the tallowing
couiniittee of management; A
K. Kealy, president; K. C. Stevenson, stage manager; Miss
Kennedy, secretary and A. 1-.
Reillv, musical director. There
is no charge lor membership
Applicants can apply to any
member ol the committee. The
socielv have decided to present
thc opera H.M.S. Pinalon-, and
a meeting for practice will flu-
held every Tuesdav evening, at
8 o'clock at lhe school of liuisit
443 Lonsdale avenue.
Miss Kubv D.iiisuii. ..I Mount
Vernon, Wash., who was visiting Miss Muriel Fugler, relumed to her home on Monday.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Mis. U. .1. Inun is visiting
lllctids lu Lus ABf Iff, Calilurn-
i.i, .unl mil probably be iwa)
for a few months.
Several members ol Barrard
lodgt No. jo, A.F. & A..U,paid
a fraU-rnal visil to lodge Southern Cross No. 44, Vancouver, on
Wednesday evening lasl.
Chiel Dalies has been ciijuling
a visil lliis week Irnin his bro*-
Ulier .1. IJ. C. Davies, C.E., ol
Cornwall. Out., who has been in
charge oi a govern unin survey
party in lhe 1'caic nur toiiulii
Mr. Davits has been grunted a
iOTo monthi' luilough, and is mi
his are) east, via Sail 1-rallilsin
The North Vancouver School
ol Musu now enrolls U pupils,
and niiv names an bung _,.!.!. .1
steadily. Kxlclisivc allctallullS
will be made in the interior ol
lhe stiuliu and 11i1.t1sn.il ttill Ire
111,i.ii* lor churns work, by con-
strutting I ilass inoin ia|uhl*
ol seating lorty people. Tin
lUCCCBI nl tin* st hool shovis th.it
lt ls Idling a lelt need ia the
community! m
NOTICE is hereby given that
an application will be made undei Part V. ol tlie "Watei Act,
1909," to obtain a license in the
New Westminster Division oi
New Westminster district.
(a) The name,address and occupation of the applicant. Caulleild's Water Works Company
Limited.
(li lor rniniug purposes) Fret-
Miner's Cellllltale No	
(bj The name of the lake
stream or source (it unnamed,
lhe description is.. Cypress
creek in Lol 886 Group Oue.
(cj Thc point ol diversion.
Aboui 100 leel above lhe llign
Falls on Cypress creek 111 Lol
88b Group Une.
(dj The quantity ol watei
applied ior (in cubic leet per second). One-quarter ol one cubic
loot per second.
(e) The character of the
poind works. Intake at point
ol diversiou and pipe Uiie about
Jooo leet Irom poinl ol diversion
to connect with existing water
system.
(i) The premises on which
the water is to be used (describe
same) District Lots 1240 and
811, Group I, New Westminster
district.
{g) The purposes lor which
the water is to be used. Municipal purposes.
(h) 11 lor irrigation describe
the land intended lo be irrigated, giving acreage 	
(i) 11 llie water is to be use.
ior power or mining purposes,
describe lhe place where the waler is lo be returned to some
natural channel, aud the ditler-
eucc in altitude between point
ol diversion and point ol return.
*-.*—*vi*—.—i
(j) Area of crown land intended bo be occupied by ihe
proposed works.    None.
(k) This notice was ousted
ou lhe Ijth day ol August, 1909
aud application will be made to
lhe commissioner on the :oih
day ol September, 1909.
(1) Give the names and addresses ol any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose
lands are likely to be ellccicd
by lhc proposed works, cillier
above or below the outlet:
Harry li. Howell, lolo Georgia street, Vancouver; Maurice
GuiUburger.lool Georgia street
Vancouver ;Wlu. Bailey.Uicstcr-
lield avenue, North Vancouver;
Oscar 13. Allen, 44" Granville
slreel, Vancouver; William C.
Stearuian, 2500 1st avenue west
Vancouver; F. W. Gaulleild,\ ancouver club, Vancouver, 13. C.
1,111) lhe name ol lhe Company 111 lull. Caulleild's Waler
Works CompaUiy, Limited.
(ii) The head ollice. Rooms
80-87 Da\i» Chambers, (115 lias-
tings street wesl, Valiiouver, 11.
C.
(0) The capital-how divided
— showing amount paid up.
Twcnly-livi- thousand dollars
(125,000) divided into twenty -
hve thousand ,JJ-BOO) shares oi
One dollar (Si) each, of whnh
S5.00 has beea paid up.
(p) Copy ol such parts ol
the Memorandum oi Assoiiation
as authorue the proposed application and works:
"The objects lor which the
company is established are:
(1) To supply the tuiiiisiie
of Caiillcild.s, being part ol District Lois 811 ami 1340  North
Valiiouver lllllllkl|).lllly,*ind nt
neighborhood tlicicuf, «•*■' *J
tar, and to carry on the business ol a water works company
in all ils brain-Jus.
(2) To upply ior, stake, nnd
lo sell and dupM oil water.
(3) To make, build, construct, lay donn *nd maintain
reservoirs, water wurks, dams,
listeins, culverts, fitter be«,
mainland other pipes ttf ■•PI'1'"
aims and to execute and dn all
Other works and thing* "*■*
sary or convenient lor obtaining
storing, selling, delivering and
measuring Water ur otherwise
lor the purpose ol the compan)
(4) To acquire water moral
or lict mis mid tcservoirs, water works, mam and other pipes
and other works already Blade
or constructed with lhe object
ol supplying the .suid aeighbof-
hood with water.
(Signature)
CAVLFEILD'S    W'ATl-.K
WORKS CO , LTD.
Por Francis W. Ca WW
Managing director.
(P. 0. Address)
Vancouver, B. C.       •,
T
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N, V, Horticultural Fair Prize List
VEUKTABI.ES:
I.au* cabbage—
i*.t   T s. Nn
md  W, s Hugo
Tomatoes
ist—II. L. Radermacher
jud—S, 1). SchulU
Potatoes * heai li
ist   Willi.iiii Morden
md—U. A. l.i nh
Potatoes, best "'IK.tion
tat—T. S. Nu
2nd   U, A, I.'t-iih
Potatoes * .nn \.ii a I
i-*i   i'.  A. l.tiili
\. gi uble utarroa
lit I*. Holdsworth
.-nil   B, J, Cornish
V'egi
isi   I-'.. Holdsworth
S.ltnt   CUbl-Uffl   -
1st    Sistei   Hal*)  Ann
md   B, i. Cornish
Beets
isi   Willi,iiii .lluni.u
md  T. S, \t.
Ivuli cabbugi
ist   T. S. Nye
I.aU  ...I'l..*.
1st    T. S. Nm
md   'dis. c lv Kn in
Carrots  ont hall long
IM-T. S   Nu
md—.Mrs. (.. lv Kuiit
Celery-
tit   T  S. Nm
ad—lira. C  B Kn in
White tmn
1st—Mrs. C. lv Ku in
ad-T. S, Nu
Let Ilia—
Ira, C, lv. Kn in
Md—T. S. Nu
Parsnip
isi   Hi*. C, E. Kuiii
md  T. S, Nye
Potatoes  besl mil..Hon
ist-T. S, Nye
Rhnbarb
IM-T. S. Nm
Bed pn khug cabbage—
isi   Sitter Al.ui Ann
Melon (citron)—
md   Si>ur Man Ann
a
Squaah—
isi   Sitter .Mary Ann
Bound Hi.is
Isi    Willi,iiii Al,iiiiiii
Klillli.tt l>   six slalksi—
.hm   Willi,nn Morden
I'l.lS-
ist   lv Wakefield
2nd  Willi,.in Mordcn
):. ■ ...iintiun
lit     dl       1'.    t.l.ill.lllll
Ulllnlis
H   i i orniih
2nd  S, 1). Silnili/
Outdoor cucumber—
1st   S. I). Silnili/
md   lv Wakefield
Red tomatoes
ist—II. L. Radermacher
2nd   S. 1). Sihtiltz
Pickling lulliatoes—
ist—s. 1). Schulti
2iid—II. 1, Radermacher
Dwarf beam—
isi   Mrs, C. lv Keene
2nd-Mn, 1). \\. Elder
ist—B. J, Cornish
2nd—A. lv Crickmay
Beit collection ol collections
ist   Mn. C, lv Keene
2nd—B, .1. Cninisli
White Limits—
ist   A. lv Kealy
Vegetable marrow (green)—
isi   a. Sherwood
Dahlias—
ist   W . .1. Irwin
2nd  H. J. Cornish
Sugar lui'ts
A, K. 1'faly
1-T-M'lT:
Bottled Iruita -
isl    Mrs. C, lv K11iu-
2nd   Mrs. i'.. w. Sugdea
Plums
isl-Airs. (',. W. Sugden
.'u.l   B, J, Cornish
l'l'lllll'S
1st    Airs. C, lv Kit.It'
2nd—Mrs. G, W. Sugdea
l'tars-
ist— Mrs. ('.. W. Sugdea
Apples—
1st—Mrs. G. W. Sugden
2iid-*A. E. Kealy
Datiisuii plums—
ist—A. F. Beasley
l'tars ifall)-
lst—I). J. Cornish
2nd—A. F. Beasley
Applt'S I yellow)—   ■
ist-W. II. Davison
Collection Iruit,vegetablei ami
ib.W. I
isi   Airs. C, 1-1. Keene
md  A. lv Crickmaj
White turn—
isi   Airs. C, lv Kn in
md   T S. Nu*
Long mangold—
rt   Wis c. I-i. Keene
2nd   A   E, Kealy
Pumpkin-
iil.  Alls. C, lv K.iin
White turnips—
isi   Airs C, lv Keene
Swede turnipa—
ist   Alls. C. lv Keene
2nd- A. Sherwood
Beat collection runts—
1st—Mrs. C, lv Keene
Beat collection regetables(dii-
nuiii—
ist   Alls. C   Iv Kttin
2nd—B. .1  Corniah
Runner beani
III       J       1     W nulls
md  A  E Ki.ih
llrussill sprouts—
ist   ii ,i Cornish
S.itn- cabbage—
2nd  ii  i. Corniah
Collection hubs—
isi   it .1 Corniah
St..t.h kale
i*.i   B J  Corniah
gi al onion
Apples (Canada)—
isl—Sistt-r Maty Amy
l'tars i Duchess)—
lit—Sistt-r Mary Amy
Italian prunes—
lit—Sitter Mary Amy
md—B. J. Cornish
Beat box apples—
tat—8. I). Schult/.
Applet i Alexander)*—
Ist-S. I). SchulU
isti-S. I). Sthiill/,
Applet (Jonathan)—
2111I-S. 1). Bchalti
Crabapplet
ist-S. 1). Stluilw
Plums i Lombard)—
2IH1-S   1). Silitllt/.
I'i.ii lies—
ist-S. I). Sthultz.
2nd—Alex. I'hilip
Ill.uklilllllS   linllution) —
Ist—J. J, Wnnils
2nd—S  D. SchulU
Straw berritts—
lst-\V. Ilnldsunrth
Sugar pruiii*.
ist   A. lv Kealy
2nd—Sister Mary Aniv
l'ears I it nun
ist—Mis. c. w. Bagdaa
Din lnss apple-
iit    Alls. C, lv Kulie
2nd—B   i Combat
Baldwin apple—
1st—B, J, Cornish
2nd—Mrs. C. lv Keene
Ben I),nis apples—
Ist-B. J. Cornish
2nd—Mrs. C. B. Keeliu
Blelilieiin apples—
1st—Mrs. C. lv Keelle
2nd—B. J, Corniah
Wolf river apples—
Isl-Mrs. C.  lv Keelle
Ci.ibapples lllvslnpl—
isl   Airs  C, Iv Ku'lie
2iul-I)r. Howell
Pond itedliag plums—
ist- It   ,1   Cmnisli
2nd—Mrs. C, lv Keene
Velio* egg plums—
isi    Ahs. C. lv Keene
2nd  A. lv Kealy
Prunes—
IB)    Airs. C. lv Keene
Sinned fruit—
isl—Mrs. C. lv Kit ue
Beat collection litiits—
ist-Mrs. C   lv K.iiii
2nd—B. .1. Cnrnish
Wealthy apples—
ist—A. Iv Kealy
2nd—B. .1. Cornish
Russetl apples—
ist—B. J, Cornish
Sweet Peas—
1st—C. F. Jackson
2nd—Mrs. M. D. Sthultz
Verbenas—
Ist-W. J. Irwin
LIVE STOCK:
Avrshire heifer—
1st   1), C.linen.n
li.si single driving team-
lit     Inhll Laivsnii
2nd—John Lawaoa
General parpoai horse—
2nd- .luhn 1,.ni sail
Best team 1.uiKiel's—
1st—John I..nt sun
.111 S|*\    t.llf—
ist—F. J, Cornish
Hull—
ist—Lvnn Vallev dairy
MISCELLANEOUS:
Bread-
ist-S  B, Green
.■nd  Mis i;.ii.i.i
Embroidery (oa limn
Ist—Sister Mary Amy
Faint pin iiishion—
isl   Sister Mary Ann
Knil ted socks—
1st—Sister Mart Ami-
_ 1
f ■
,f. \XX__T
■
M^y^^\m\^^
Crabapples |Siberian)—
lstf-B. J. Cornish
Winter pears—
ist—B. J. Cornish
Br.nlshaiv plums—
2111I—B .1. Cnrnish
('.raiiihitii plums—
isi   B. .1   Cninish
Plllllls  I Ih sl  tnlliitlnlll—
isi-B .1. Cornish
Apples i summer)—
i-.i  A l\ Kealy
l*tints nmu H, J.  llenn
in.
isi   A   lv Ciiikiii.it
Painting—
ist-Sister Mary Amy
Cnuhit work—
Ist-Sister Mary Amy
Dnilit-s—
1st—Sister Marv Ami
linlili- made si ones—
Isl-Mrs. C. I. Hall
2nd Mrs. l-'. Grahami
Socks (hand knitted)—
ist—Mrs. C. E. Keene
2nd—.Mrs. Wakefield
Table centre—
isl—lv S. Sherwood
2nd—A. H. Brean
Besl six buns—
isl—Mrs. Garcia
md—Mn. c. Hiss
Hum stitching—
isl-Mrs  II, 1). Bchalti
2nd—Mrs. V. Simpson
Pillow sham—
2nd   Ahs  V. Simpson
Sel toilet mats—
2nd—Mrs  V. Simpson   •
l'nint lace—
Ist—Miss M. Laing
2iid—Mrs. V. Simpson
Linen embroidery—
1st—Sistir Marv Amy
2nd—Mrs. V. Simpson
Sofa pillow—
ist-Mrs. A. S. Billings
2iid-Mrs. II. W. Smith
guilt—
ist—Mrs. J, Farmer
2nd-.Mrs. H. W. Smith
Snla pillow—
ist-Mrs. A. S. Billin-js
2iid-Mr.s. H. Wl Smith
Crochet—
isl-Mrs. A. H. Brean
Drawn work—
1st—Sistt-r Marv Amy
11,inlander work—
ist—Sister Mary Amy
Bread, Kntal Slatidard Flour
ist-A. lv Crickmay
2nd-A. T. Pollock
I Iniue made rug-
is!—Colin Crickmay
Wool slippers—
ist-Mrs. M. D. SchulU
Shadow embroidery—
Isl-Mrs. M. D. SchulU
l'vriii-rapliv—
isl-Mrs. B. T. Pollock
Hand inade baskets—
ist-A. Paul
Baby cap—
ist—Mrs. Styles
Brown eggs—
2iid-S. B. Green
White eggt—
2tj»l-Mrs. C. I. Hall
The entertainment lealiires of
ilu- i-xhibiii ui imu largely pat-
i'.iii/iil and UuHOBgUy iinjovcd
The inimil on Friday evening
.iii.iiijM.I .mil   siipirinliiided   by
FLliWI-.li'S
Koliagi  ind iimi.img plants
1st   lb,iilis Killer
Cat Bowen
ist   His   W    I   lutin
2nd   All \    Philip
Ash I
isi    I  .1  Woods
211(1    W    .1    lllllll
I'.lllsli s
Isl      I    .1    W niiils
Table I...inpi. I
Isl      I    .1    Wnn.ls
211.1    A    Clllllss
Slllllll HI lis
isi   ihs C  I  Ball
211.1  Ai.   ii w  Rider
ROOM (bra! ...II1.11..111'
isl    S   I)   Sihull/
2ud-B. Koberti
Silk embroider]
isl   Airs  A   S  Billings
11*1      Ills    I     I     Nl'tMl.llll'l
I-in lun.I Drawing—
ist-W   l-ldcr
2nd   Sadie Lakin
r,a .i six bri.id reliant   Airs  I-   W.,I. lii Id
2ud-Mrs. Fleming
Airs Kniluisseii. provided a
lengthy and most excellent
program, and drew a large
crowd, while the daiite on Sal-
iinlav evening was a select and
delightlul snii.il dilution.
Tin lin.iiiii.i1 returns «il| shuw
a good round balance in the
ireasur) oi the society. THE EXPRESS, NOHTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
that the matter was now before
J thc court.     The question  was
ultimately allowed to drop.
The special meeting of the city
council held on Monday evening
was attended by Aldermen Dick,
McRae, McNeish, Schultz and
Young. Mayor May occupied
the chair.
The tflayor read a report of
thc result oi thc conference be-
Uween the city council and thc
representatives of the B. C. Kl.
Ry. Co. relative to proposed improvements to thc local system.
The report read as follows:
Following are the terms of a
verbal agreement arrived at between the city council and the
representatives of the B. C. El.
Ry. Co., at the conference held
last Thursday night in re improvements on the local tramway service.
That to restore public confidence in the matter of the safe
conveyance of passengers on the
local tramway cars the council
asked the B. C. El. Ry. Co. to
instal additional brakes on all
thc cars used in connection with
tlieir service in North Vancouver, and while the company did
not consider additional braking
gear necessary, they at once acceded to the wishes of thc council and are meantime arranging
to place a duplicate set of brakes on the Lonsdale avunue cars,
and an additional chain and rod
back to thc brake beam on the
cars running east and west.
At the conference held with
thc representatives of the company on Thursday of last week,
the council wa.s assured that toy
February of next year the company would have double truck
cars, similar to those in operation in Vancouver, placed on all
the North Vancouver lines.
At thc conlerence thc lollowing facts were also made clear,
that the cars at present have
three brakes, consisting of an
ordinary brake, an emergency
brake, and an electric brake,—a
duplication oi thc brakes as ar-
i ...igt ,1 would maLc the braking
power on the cars four times as
strong.       ,
A letter was read from T. M.
Heard, manager of North Van
couver City Ferries Ltd., requesting the council to give the
company a permanent glade at
the loot of Lonsdale avenue, in
order that the plans ior the proposed new wharf might be prepared accordingly. After considerable discussion as to the
difficulties in the way of declaring an established grade at this
point, the matter was relerred
to the city engineer to consult
Vancouver engineers and report.
Capt). C. H. Cates interviewed
the council with relerence to a
banquet to the officers of the
steamship Lonsdale, iking the
first ocean going vessel to berth
at a wharf at North Vancouver.
It was resolved that a banquet
be tendered the officers at seven
o'clock on Tuesday evening, and
that thc banquet be followed by
a dance later in the evening.
Mayor May and Aldermen McNeish and Schultz weru appointed a committee, to act with
President D.G.Dick, and Messrs.
Irwin, Philip, Perry and Anders
of thc board of trade, to complete arrangements.
Thc matter of the approaching
convention of the union ol B. C.
Municipalities, to bc held in this
citly early in November,was llien
taken up. Alexander Philip, C.
M.C. was requested to sit wilh
the council, as representing the
district council. Mayor May
and Aid. McNeish were appointed delegates to tlic convention,
from the council.
On motion it was resolved
that an entertainment and program committee be constituted
oi the committee of the win .It
of the city and thc district councils.
The question of thc enforcement of thc Sunday closing a-
liiciidinent to the licensing bylaw was raised and Alderman
Dick moved, seconded by Alderman McNeish, that the city solicitor be instructed to withdraw
thc information against the local hotels now before the polkc
court, upon the hotel proprietors giving assurance that they
will dose their barrooms in future, in accordance with the by
law. A lengthy and at times
heated debate, ensued upon this
motion. Mayor May dn lined
to put the motion,on the ground
MARINE IRON WORKS
CHURCH SERVICES
MiDougall, Jenkins, Engineers
Limited, arc making steady progress with the work of establishing their works on their
leasehold in black 171. The
clearing is completed ami lhe excavating Ior the main building
will be proceeded with at race,
when the construction of tlic
building will iitimedialcly follow. The machine and boiler
shop, which will be llu- lirsl to
be erected, will measure 300 liv
80 fec-t, leaving a clear span of
60 feet. The survey for tlu:
wharf is king made this neck
The plans call for a depth nl 30
feet of water at low tide, and it
lias not yet been determined just
how far out the structure will
have to run, in order to secure
this depth. The wharf will terminate in a "T" which will
be from 80 to loo feet in length.
Construction will begin as soon
as the surveyors' report is received. As soon as the wharf
is in readiness, the machinery
will be assembled on the site.
The machinery will consist of
the entire plant which has beat
in use by McDougall & Jenkins,
at Victoria, together with Jio,-
iiiin worth of new lniuliinerv.re-
reccntly order from Scully, of
Chicago. It is expected " that
the works will be in operation
in three months, and several orders have already been booked,
upon which the plant will first
ibe engaged.
FIRST B.V.S. IN B. C.
J. B. Gibson, B.V.S., son ol
Alex. Gibson, of this citv, has
recently received from Toronto
his graduation diploma, entitling upon him thc degree ol bachelor of veterinary science. This
is a new degree, recently created
by thc college and is the first to
Ik- held by a citizen oi British
Columbia. Dr. Gi'bson was the
recipient ol letters of congratulation from Premier Whitnev ol
Ontario, and from Hon. Rutherford, minister of agriculture. He
has rcii'iitlv accepted an important post at a large salarv, with
M. J. Heancy of thc White Pass
& Yukon railwav company, and
is now resident in the north.
The ladies' aid soiictv of the
Methodist church are preparing
an entertainment to lie given on
Friday, November 5th next.
Methodist church, corner 4th
and St. George's avenue:—
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Sunday school at Moodyville at
11 a.m. I'rayer meeting Wed-
aesday at 7.30 p.m. I'astor:
Rev. 13. H. llaltleiston, B.A.
Lynn Valley Institute Hall:—
Services every Sunday morning at ll, and evening at 7 p.m.
St. John thc Evangelist, 7th
and 13th sirects:—
Holy communion 8 a.m.;
morning prayer 11 a.m.; evening player 7 p. 111. On thiol sl Sunday 111 llie luolilh there
will be a second celebration ol
the holy communion at 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
Services at St. Clement's hall
Lynn Valley: Morning prayer
Kil a.m.; evening prayer 7 p.m.
l'riest-in-charge: Rev. H. H.
Gillies.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church, blh street.—
Services at ll a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday,
at 8 o'clock. Pastor: Rev. J.
D. Gillam, M.A.
North Vancouver Catholic Indian Mission:—
Sunday Services—Mass at 9
a.m. Sunday school at 2.30 p.m.
Benediction at 3 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. E. Peytavin, O.M.I.V.G.
Baptist Church, cor. 5th and
St. George:—
Sabbath school at 2 p.m. Services at 3 p.m. and at 7.30 p.m.
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
rosumai) at
THE MISSES DAW SOS
Certiliialed nailhal. Medical and
Malcrnity NurtaJt
Nuill Sillt Out on ajpHc-.ion
For  termi apply  at  tin Hoipiul
(\,r. lilli MreM ,<* Sl. Andrew'i Art.
PHONE  69
ID
Hair Cut 15c
Share lOe.
R. MILLER,
1'r.ip
iH Lonsdale Ave.
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU GREENHOUSES
1.1,,,Ita*.I
clmilMt
CUT FLOWERS
in town at loweit prion.     (lite na a trial (ur
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
607 Ma*tiii(|s M., H.        Vancouver, B.C.
Phone 37
Artistic Dtnifns Sound Workmanship
Moderate Prices
LAWcV KNOWLKK
P.O. Box 26
Am iim-.rrs  and  BuiLDIBI
Wt Cu Df-ign and We Can Build
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Board of
Trade meeti the third Tueiday
oi each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in thc board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday of each month. D. G.
Dick, President; J. R. J. Murray, Secretary.
Good
News
No excuse now for not
BUYING THAT   PIANO
Contracting for several hundred
picnos.t375.oo to $450.00 grades
at a big cut from Manufacturers'
Wholesale Prices, enables us to
ship in
CARLOAD LOTS
and by the "new harness system," saving to us many dollars
in freights alone, we are now
selling
Popular   Dependable   Pianos
$275   I290   $300 $325
}6.oo to {10.00 per month
W hen you deal withus you get the
best that The LuRoesT PianoCon-
cirn in Western Canaha, backed
by 38 YEARS   PRACTICAL EXI'ERIENCI
and an abundance of capital, can
give.
Montelius Piano House, Ltd
43*441 -|-.li»«. StfMt ». .1
Vcacoavei,      •       •       B.C.
Diplock-Wright
Lumber Co.
DIMENSION LUMBER
SHIPLAI'
RUSTIC
SHINGLES
LATH
FINISHING LUMBER
ETC., ETC.
Our prices are right.
LET iS GIVE YOU A
FIGURE ON YOUR
LUMRER RILL
I7th Street. Nortk Vancouver
Canyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
THE FINEST TOURIST RESORT ON THE
B. C. COAST
AUTOMOBILE STAGE meets every car at  end of Keith
Koad Line, Nortli Vancouver.
Rales $2.50 per day and upwards.
P. LARSON,
Proprietor.
1   CANCELLOR,
Manager
A SNAP
FOUR ACRES CLOSE TO LONSDALE AVE.
This will make a good subdivision.
Prices and tirnis right.
ALEXANDER SMITH ir* CO.
Lonsdale Avenue, near Kerry
Phones—Office 24 House 22
i»   NORTH  VANCOUVER
Cairapba.il ,1. Siemri
Pro|,rl,.-»>n
STEAM
LAUNDRY
Everything new and  up-to-date.     All classes of   laundry
work (or hotels, houses, individuals, etc.
First-class work by latest and best  methods.     City  and
district delivery.     Moderate charges.
Have your Launbry Word done locally,
HUD (IIIIII AND WORKS:
14th Street, Enst
down town orrict
57 lonsdale Ave
TWO GOOD BUYS
TOE   SALE -Ch-ared   Int   n,i   T.-nlh,
|7nil.   Twn year'-, term.
FOE SALE Kin« Inl nn Villi, tlrral.
(In... lo Lofladalt, I.'lrtil. ||iKlra>li,
balanrr ..aar.
JACK LOUTET
V
213 Lonsdale Ave
Telephone L69
HERE
New enterprise on  Lonsdale Avenue,  No.  443
llatwi-en 4th and Ml Streeti.
The North Vancouver Piano Co. &
SCHOOL or MUSIC
Will Mil 71111 any imtrununt wautad and teach fM Ihow U. play
Ihein.   Lean jrour piam. tuning ordt-ri at thii place.
Call and Me ui.   Kaiy term* extended to ynu.
AI.L liOODS ASH WOltK QU-UUITBD
A. J.   HOOD
6a   L'.ntvlnl*   Av*.
EXPERT WATCHMAKER
JEWELLER,  ETC.
Watchei  and  Clocki Cleaned   and
Repaired at iiinderate mm
All "nrl nn.r.tiU-.t.        	
For Fall Planting
Rullie Irom tha heat European nnd
Japan groweri.
Home grown Iruit and M*MBlMUl
tree., grown on tip-laml anil uitlimit ir*
riiatinn, in the nnl? pari nl the Ami-n*
rnn c.ntincnt nnt infeeted with thr* Sun
i jt.Rfl mto.
Garden, Field and FlowerSt-ede-lcM*
.,1 Murk Irom tlio Ix-'l grower* in the
world.
Wlm Fencing and Oaten.
Spray Pump", Fertiliicr., Reo Sup*
pii..., Cut Flower-, Spraying Material*,
etc.
Whit** Ulinrnnly.
New 167 pagi- Catalogue free.
M. I. HENRY
Grecnlion.r. ami Sei-dlmim-a
MO We-tniiniler Rmt'l, Vim "iivtir.R.C
Branch Nurwry I  Souih Vancouver
All new houses should be piped lor gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure for thii convenience at 11 later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
POWER CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
North Vancouver
Transfer
rei int. aMCiae*-
rrtt-rta'ar
Cartage, Removals,
Parcel Delivery,
Storage
ON       UB.twiNAIII   *      T1HUI
OfllCl:  URDU! Mil. IIH Nil
Ttlephone 70.        Night Calls ij. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
Noam Vancou-*k, B   C.
I. Ml.* all  M lia, l,||-||H\ .
Oatjtat |1.00
Sis monthi   * - •        .511
'1'lir.v nnu,lh.     • • .'.'.'.
Dolled Stall.- and I uri*ii:ii,*L'iii|>i.ryi.|ir     ,|lljs|1 ,s
A I'VKK riSlN* i  RATES Vancouver to rank as an ocean
Tim-iiu  Dun.*!  Ai.vHm'i.KMKvrs— 'port.     PreviotU to her arrival
W"«U|»rmeh««l rtlon.        ^ p,,^,,,,,,,,, u,  lhc w<lU,r.
L IINIK N..TIl-K>,  Kit'. —fl.lHI |ll*r llll'll I..T. ... ,
muntli. I>"111  in  llus regard   were   well
I.am. uu In SoTiCM   10 'l.n* >'<. known, a&d U unassailable case
l,U aliil .. I7.AU, ,       I    , 1       , .1
had been made Irom a thcoreli
l.n.u .ini'.nii.ita,   i irai ui-.tlorn, in
t-.-iii- ;..r ,i ,,.;. luhacqin-ul m*.r- i.il pomt ul view, bul the single
littoral aflordi miles of lonhore
al anv point along which, equally salisl.utoil results could   bt
obtained.
The   presence of the Lonsdale
on the waterfront, likewise es-
the   right   of   North
link uhuh was required lo   reduce  these  theories to actual
Na.kiii \ ts. ouvi k. Sn'i. i;
tion, 6<\ par line
Ri:ini\a, N**i,a..- II  I tt n   Nm- Coi>
i ,i\-—|ii a*.* ii. |,i*rliiit*,..a.*li in.,ninn.
OoMTaUCI   Ann iaii-.:iii:M>— Rut.-a' ur* lact,  lias abselll, until tllc lllo-
raardaeeorilin! to ipace laaea,       meat when the hawa« ol  the
\llel,ain..a*.ii ir. ai inli.riis. a.,,* i- l.oiisilale tide made last lo the
?."",' ' """"■ l,'u'"rl,v pier,     ll is true that deep sea
lli*,ln -*! ij Dtt-iiiiigli.tiiii.iir. , *i .11.      i   ' *
lntlit-iH.il i.-ii.. icssels had in lnuny   nislaiices
berthed ai Moodyville, but  ia
the ti.uisc ol the litigation thai
look place sonic months ago, u.
connection with Kiry mature,
the court made il clear,that llus
laci could uot be accepted as ct-
idence, lhat .North Vancouver
uas a porta -Now, however,
ihis vexatious technicality is
overcome, the "port ol North
\ ancouver' has lilailV her debul
allil has Come tO stay lo the elltl
oi lile performance.
Another icatuie oi ihis important event, is that to which rc-
ference uas made  by  Capuii
Calts   in   addressing   lhc   tilt
council, Monday eveaiag, n.inu-
Which vessels lr.nii all p.U'ls   ul 'iv.'ollc llilng Kails tu another.'
tllc u.ill.l 1...1.I and unload thcli'j*111' •••-*   that   a deep   sea shiji
has berthed at North Vancouver
POitT OF SOUTH I'.i.vuii nt
The past week has witaeeaed
the occurrence ol yet another]
"lirst tiling ' in the history oi
thc development ol North Van-
coma as a great industrial and
shipping centre, At wme in
iurc dale, iilieii the magnificent
Waterfront un the north   shore
oi Barrard Inlet is lined   with
large allll  busy   llldilsUlis,    alld
with    extensive    wharvea,   at
ELDER MURRAY  CO.
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t.iigocs, sonic enterprising writer uill hate uttasloll lu lell the
story ui the development ol that
luagniiittiiit stretch ui foreshore,
ami, dealing llllll lhe beginning
oi ibings, one oi liis paragraphs
Will read suliictihal as lullows;
'the lll'sl uteali going ship,    to
aiiu.ilh berth at a wharl in the
tin oi North Vancoaver, wai
the steamship Uoaadale, \i~n
tons, ui ihe Canadian Mexican
Pacific lint, captaia A. A. Und-
grcii, tt huh berthed at Cates'
pier at the luui oi Rogera' ave.
mi Saturday, September 1 nli,
iyoy, ior the purpose ol unloading, loi storage, a cargo ol el-
ttuiial machinery, billed iu
Dawaoa city, but delayed in
iiaiisii, oii account oi thi near*
lnss ol lllc end ol the season ul
navigation in the nurth."
Meantime, the present significance ui ilns incident is bj nu
means lust upuii ihusc who are
alive to the intereata oi North
\ ancouver, and who paj luilici-
tnt attention io then leeming-
K usual occurreacea, io lorm
•a any rate, aa approximate appreciation oi their importance,
iin* pretence ..1 thc  Lonidale
at l. ales' Jiltl  diipusel ...llii  and
loi all, ui all question as lo the
facilities allorded bj lhc north
shuii littoral, loi the sale arriv.
al and departure oi deep wa vet-
Stls ol all i iai.sis. lile illlnell-
sioiis ol ilu l.**n dali ,.n suth
ihai lm  preaeucc allordi posi
UV! assllJallti*  lllal    Ileal Ij    all
is ai preeent Irequenting
Barrard Inlet, wonld bad .-milium depth oi water .it thi pod
lion li'att occupied b) iln vessel,
to iiiai.li iinin to berth at lhat
location  uilh saltl),  so lal    as
depth oi water is concerned, al
all Mages ol Uie tide,       Willi I
Cargo  lllal  caused   tilt   l.'.ll-il.ik
to dl'aii  tWCat) oln  let I ol natal  .aim  tO hu  berth at loll
tide, and diacovered that then*
ttiic lite ck.tr iul oi water beneath her k.el. Captain Cites
assuis that in lengthening ins
pic! alaotl! lill) lu 1. •! depth ol
llllll six fathomi tan be obtain
ed,  and  ,is  lhe deepest  (fraught
vessels whnh call at thi port ol
V,iiu oincr at the present date,
do not draw over five lathoms,
lhc- (act become! evident that
ihe ii,iiur.il wharfage ladlitiei
ol ihe North Shore are aaaur-
pawed am Burrard inlet, and lhe
more a bei an n between First
Nations and North  Arm,   lhc
has beea duly noted in ahippui-,
circles, not only locally, but i.n
beyond, and il is reasonable to
suppose that shipping companies and ship masters, will git,
this mailer due consideration.
Nun llial lhc most dilbcull
point has beea paaaed, in that
the Ice has been broken, this beginning may be expected lo lead
tu iatemtiag developmcata,
Cm.un ii is, that ni the uti-
inaiiiaii oi ship owneri and oi
tin* inventing public, North Van
couvei waterfront possesses attraction! and t.lieis eii unities
ii hith were lacking previous to
the occurrence ol this ausjiicious
event.
Any discussion ol tills subject
tiuuld be decidedly incomplete
which did not pay a well deserved tribute to tbe citixen, whose
energy and esterpriac placed
North Vancouver in a position
to avail hcneli of this opportunity, The action ul Captain
t. 11. Caies in construe ling his
pier was said to be premature,
and by man! uas considered a
duubtiul iaveatmeat, but aabae-
quent development! have amply
justified   the  soundness  ..1   his
judgment,   and   his   exceptional
foresight in this matter. The
lhanka ..i the dtj arc due Capt.
C.iUs ior the beiieliii.il reaulti
which hate accrued te thc inure
loiinminiL! from Ins buaiaeea
sagacity, and Tin* Expreai   is
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TERMS—]i cash, balance 6, II and 18 months.
We can strongly recommend this as a good and sale
investment
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SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   PRICES    . ..
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   IS  A   TRIAL
MM  ORDER.
ON   VOIR
I'HONE 2i)
Wc carry in it..i*k a lull line ol Rifles, Gum ami Ammunition at
the I-aw..1 market prit-ea.
Coma in ami ioo thr new Canadian Ron Rifle.
P. S   THOMAS, Phm. fi.
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COguitioa of this lact he is to bl
one ol the Rliests ol the cit!, at
the banquet to In- given on S.it
unlay evening,l0 comtmemorate
the arrival in port ol the lirst
ocean going vessel.
Notice to Contractors
TENDERS
TKNiiKltsar,. int*ii.*.l brekarlag aad
iradlni LM M*-, lil.«-k IS. I' I- Mt
N B, '«. S|,.*.ili.*aii.iiiii'itii Iw l.a.l lr.mi
Mr. Philip,C M I'*. Di-tri.i Municipal
mii.-... willl wli.ini leinli-ri" nin-t be
iiHlge.l ..ii ..rliefure the illii iimt. II
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SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK
tint i. farlnrir
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all kin I. .il Mi-.i.n ami lul que I uml*
lur.*, si,,re, Ulflie. Hank an.l liar Ufa
lures.   Kj>pairin| iu all ila liranfhei.
171 TblraS II W. Sti. l'I.Ml.r".lil •».! lx.n-.1alt
Oppotlt. tchoul
MAIL nHI'KKS git.-n |,r<iin|<tatlenli.i|i
DON'T
FORGET
We altatl * ,irrv iia si-.i'k
SWIFT'S PREMIUM
HAMS and BACON
also
PREMIUM COOKED
HAMS
mi I thai "iir |.ri.*.'* i innol bt
beaten.
C.R.MCKMAN
GROCER
Lonsilale Ave md nth st
■I. Cttiiiphtii Hope, u.A . i'iii.
ARCHITECT
;.■*■/ Street, E. of St. inoVtwi
.\orllt Yniit'oiiri r
home Made
BREAD
Cak.«, Paatry, Oifeflinnery
Beit Materiali
Hill filing iind Main
i8 Loiivlale Avenue
Cushion tops in s*H-cially selected designs, ... 40c to 60c
W .t--.li silks for working  5c skein
Handsome frills for same
Caahoon hose lor ladies in Llama and other lines from
joc to soe,
Sit onr line of hcatlu-r bloom skirts in black, navy and
•brown    Jj.so'to $3
New ClothinQ
Tor Tall
lias Ju»t Arrived
Buy early while there is a
large range to choose from.
Every suit is a bargain
CUMMINGS
Genfi Clothing,       Furni<diin-;»,        Itea'l,   Lidiea'. wd
Childm'l Booti nnd Sboea.
NEXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
DRESSMAKING 'AY THE PREMISES.
Cil i 11/9C PIONEER DRY GOODS,
.^11 \ VV ^ (J€Ilt' Furnishing; and Fancv
V-FIiriTT    KJ   Store.  Cor. 2nd & Lonsdale
I  •• I AHI  IMIII   I, layag
HERE'S REST
Direct From the East a Large
Shipment of Iron Bedsteads
T.i mime llu* word bed means only a place tn »le,p ind reta.
llul with the ideal li..iiK.*«i(e it is.unl. fur a (real d.-al more
BmMh lur .Itep ll.e h...| inn.l li.*l|. tn make lhe r.H.in look
|.|,*:i.ant and attracliveljr lurnii-li.*,!
Nell ol laportMM il a itore ali.re iati.(action can be lound.
Ilavbiiiau i-iira Irire .lii|.menl ..I l»-d> j tint Irmn ihr ttSOttf,
tt hi.li iniliidi*. 111; Om nr d.-'iBii .l.*.ir.* I no time thnuld be Inal
in minim-1.. in«|-orl llu 111 A beiM ilmir.. mnnol lie had any_
where, nnr lower pricei.
$4 00 TO $30.00
TIIK \llll 1II UV nl Uli llllll\, HKMMIKHS
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50-foot  Lot  on   Fifth Street
Cloae t/i 1....... I.il.- Avi'nn*. tlMl, one*
third i.iah, halance H uml 12.
50-foot Lot Close to Lonsd.ile
Nearly cttmd, l-'*VI.   f'H i'aah, halanre
fin par muatli, nn inter.-at.
Special Snap—Close to
Waterfront
("leared aii'l. I'.«.- lo propnaivil  l.rid|re
|'.'.'ki    lint) caah, hiilanei- 6, 12 and 18.
C. E. LAWSON
Krai Kitale Spe. mint 15 Lonsdab- Al
Phone 70 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER. B. C.
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Cleared City Lots
For Sale at First Cost
The lew remaining loti in block 5a, D. L. 550, on 14th, 15th
itreet and Ridgway avenue, being one block west of Oueonsbury
park.
Inside lots $500 to $525 each.    Corners $600 each.
Size ol inside lots 50 by 156 feet each. Corners f/o by 156
fttt each.
These lots are particularly well situated, 15th street being
already cleared and graded to its lull width, and lots ot similar du in that vicinity now selling ior $700 to }8oo each.
Thi loti abovt mentioned are genuine maps.
For Sale
Intending purcnasers of choice acreage west of the Capilaio
or in any other part vi lhe District will profit gieatly by consulting our large and ix-iusivc list before negotiating Ior purchase elsewhere.
This being the ioiiith Mir of our establishment in business
in North Vancouver we are thoroughly posted as to the various
properties that may be offered lor sale and their values.
We are the sales agents for a number of estates in North
Vancouver city aid district and have a very good list of properties for sale at prices which were prevailing in 1907 and 1908
during thi period of tinancial depression, and as we are now ip-
parently on the eve of a period of great prosperity wc consider
the present time very opportune for investors to make a selection of North Vancouver property before the greater period of
activity sets in.
Capilano Acreage and City Lands Wanted
Will situated city loti, blocks and acreage, and well situated clou in acreage ia thi diitrict, particularly west ol the Capilano, and within one mile oi the waterfront. We have a large
lilt oi clients, and special facilities ior negotiating sales where
tin prices are right. We advertise your property without cost
to you ii yoa give us the sole agency ior a reasonable period
oi time. Our past records demonstrate onr successlul methods
in negotiating salei, and we propose greatly extended operations and a largi expenditure along strictly modern lines oi advertising.
Wc have representatives in several advantageous parts ia
Canada, United States and Great Britain.
It will pay you to list with us ior quick sale ii you have any
property to oiler.
ESTATES MANAGED
Non-resident owners of property in North Vancouver who
art unable to give personal supervision to the management of
their estates are requested to correspond with us, being the oldest duly incorporated Company with its headquarters in North
Vancouver, and being financially responsible in every respect,
we can give the .best assurances possible that business will be
conducted along lines ac accurately and surely as any banking
establishment throughout thc country.
FOR RENT
Wc have a good list oi cottages and houses ior rent in choice
localities in the city of North Vancouver, and shall be pleased
to show any oi them to intending settlers.
Builders of houses in North Vancouver will do well to look
over our list oi choice lots and blocks suitable ior building purposes.
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.D. 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chief place of business in North Vancouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Telephone 15
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B. C. GAZETTE
In the last issue of the 11. C.
Gazette A. J. Buckham, of Golden, Lionel 11. Cole, ol Rossland
Geo. II. Parker and Jackson
Hogg ol Vancouver and F. N.
Turner, of Kerrisdalc, are appointed commissioners for taking affidavits under the elections
act.
Edward Gillam, of Victoria,
master mariner, is appointed
justice of thc peace.
Jas. Brooks and II. J. Bethel
ol Vancouver, arc appointed notaries public.
A. J. Gordon, of Skidcgate, is
appointed deputy mining recorder ior (Jueen Charlotte mining
division.
Evelyn M. Sandilands, ol Jedway, is appointed gold commissioner for Queen Charlotte mining division.
A. D. Lewis is to be a com itt
guard in the provincial gaol at
Victoria.
Announcement is made that
examinations under the coal
mining regulations acl will In-
held at Nanaimo, Fertiic, Cumberland and Merritt, on October
12, 13, and 14.
The time for receiving tenders
for a new highway lloor system
lor thc Fraser river bridge, is
extended to Saturday, September 18th.
Certificates oi incorporation
have been issued as follows: Hurrard Grain Co., Ltd., capital
$50,000; Vancouver Building A
Investment Co., capital $5<*o,ooo
Canada-India Supply St Trust
Co., Ltd., capital $50,000; Inland Timber Co., Ltd., capital
$150,000; Kaleden Supply Co.,
Ltd., capital $50,000; The Pioneer Club, Ltd., capital $10,000;
Kamloops Fruitland Irrigation
& Power Co., Ltd., capital $250-
000; North Thompson Electric
Power Co., Ltd., capital $25,-
000; The Locaters Ltd., capital
$25,000; North Coast Timber
Co., Ltd., capital $600,000; Wilson Creek Timber Co., Ltd., capital $2yi,ono; North Shore
Press Ltd., capital $50,00*1; People's Trust Co., Ltd., capital
$500,000; The Vancouver Kennel
Club, Ltd., capital $10,000;
Western Canada Oil Prospecting
Co., Ltd., capital $375,oo°*
The following licenses are issued to extra-provincial companies: British Columbia Fruit
Land Co., Ltd., ol Alberta, capital $100,000; West Canadian
Deep Leads Ltd., head office,
London, England, capital £150,-
000.
Bella Coola Development Co.,
Ltd., makes application for a
water record of 1100 cubic feet
of water per second, out of Link
river, Bowing into Cousins Inlet.
I General sittings of the exchequer court will be held at Vancouver on Thursday, October
2lst next.
LECTURE ON ROADMAKING
Major JaJ. Shepherd, ol Mat-
Donald collide, Montreal, gave
a very instructive lecture on
road making, in thc city hall,
Tuesday evening. In opening,
lit* lirully skettlicil llu- liisl.iii
ol ilm good roads mou-incnt in
ilu province oi Ontario.oi which
lie was one ol tin pioneer promoters, and outlined llie inesti-
Uiable benehts wlinli had accrued from lhc moviiiiiiii due ol
thc results of this good ru.uls
movement Ii.nl rticcll that lli.u.i-
il.iiu m.is nut now considered as
permanent road making, and another was that municipalities
had been induu-d to build their
roads by scientific methods.
As among the obstacles wlinli
presented themselves in his experience, to the building ol good
mads, uere llie la*.t lli.it iliioin-
pt-ti-nt critics made mailers unpleasant lor those in iluriM ui
the work, and incompetency upon the part of road makers produced unsatisfactory results,the
result being, that coiiiiiiiucc-*
and councils became discouraged
Among the attribute*. whnh
were necessary to a good load
m.ikir, Mr. Shepherd ctninicr.it-
c.l, 1 kn..11 ledge ol machinery in
order to choose the best grader,
crusher or roller for local conditions; a kiiinilc(l|!i' ol malerials
as there is wide divcrsiit in the
quality of rock and of road material, and in addition to these,
ability to handle men, in order
to get tht best as cheap as pos
sible. Failing the availability
of the right man to take charge
of the work, municipalities can
lm greatly assisted by taking advantage ol one another's experience.
Good roads are a prime requisite oi any city. Strangers
lorm their lirst impressions of a
city, largely by the nature of
the street which they see. He
considered it wise that permanent pavement be laid at the
earliest possible date. At any
rate a curb should be put in and
tha street, iboulevarded. For
permanent pavement, brick is
mostly used in the east, but asphalt and asphalt blocks are
largely in vogue. Macadam in
the cast, costs about $1 per
vard, brick $2.40 per yard, asphalt blocks $2.50 per yard, ami
asphalt S2.50 to $3 per yard.
The speaker was not favorably
impressed by what he had seen
of block paving.
As for the financial side of Uu-
subject, Major Shepherd iavureil
the local improvement plan.
There is no more equitable 1110-
tlni.1, bul llie bylaw should ii-
tuiil extremes.
At the close ol the lecture I
heartv vote ol Hunks was accorded the speaker. Thursil.it
morning, Major Shepherd will
1.ike ,1 trip al-out the city and
district, attiiinp.iiiieil l.v Engineers Ciiiieri.n and Hants.
CARD OF THANKS
President W. I. Keene and the
I,...ml ol directors ol North V.m-
. 1 niter Horticultural Society St
Fanners' Institute, desire to
miivev tlu-ir sincere thanks to
iln.se ladies and gentlemen, who
so Uadly |ava their valuable assistance in carrying the sixth
.iiinu.il exhibition oi the society
tn su.h splendid success.
Postmaster .1. A. McMillan
iii|..inl ,1 visit on Tliursil.it.
Irmn his old time friend Port-
m.isier .lolin Weir, ol Charlottt-
t.mii. P.B I . whom he had not
sevn b.r eighteen yrars. Mr.
Weir is BOW visiting Victoria,
and intends seeing tne Seattle
fair.
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY
Facts are its Argument
A fourth of Burrard Inlet was
developed by the Canadian Pacific railway, with result oi large
customs revenue to Canada. Thc
national government now assists financially development ol
the remaining greater part of
the harbor.
The centre and nucleus ol
greater Burrard is North Vancouver City.
Twenty miles waterfront,ij;e
available ior industries, shipping and railroad bases.
Ferry system just bought up
by city to hasten efficient and
increased service.
Two railroads to Nortli Vancouver authorised by Canadian
parliament.
Canadian Parliament has voted $200,000, also $6,400 per niilu
ior bridging the Inlei and MOr
nccting Nortli Vancouver it ith
Vancouver.
Railroad's bridge plans are
approved by dominion   govcrn-
iiieiit, and both roads have permission to use same bridge.
Canadian l'acilic RailroaJ is
now negotiating with city L;
lerryage of its cars to Nortli
Vancouver, also lor shoreline
base for translcr of cars lo ll.e
tracks of existing electric ,'»il-
way.
The prospect is that Norih
Vancouver will escape the oue
railroad stage ot existence, aid
lliat early opening ol Us saolc-
linc railway will ensure rapid
.lew lupin, ul ol industries and
porl. Just as thc Grand Trunk
l'acilic railway means the doubling ol populated Canada, so
the bridging of Hujrard Inlet
means a second Vancouver on
lhc- norlh shore ot the harbor,
with repetition oi Vancouver's
history, perhaps more rapidly
than in the lirst instance, as the
province has now more popula-
lion for new cities to draw from
Tlic history of Vancouver's
real estate summarized in a
sentence is that the assessed val
ine oi the whole  city   is  now
ttt en iy tunes  what it  was  a-
'bout twenty years ago.     Vancouver's lirst-rate residence lots
now realize more than twenty
limes their price  twenty  years
[ago.     Considering that localities change, it is doubtlul whether any properly is more sure
ol full ratio  oi  increase   uian
lust-rale residence ground pro-
ivuled  thc locality is proim. 1
againsi depreciation.
j The grand boulevard oi North
a Vancouver is the third avenue oi
lhe world and the broadest oi
any city on this continent, lt
is dedicated lu residences aud is
protected for twenty years a-
gainst dcpreciative structures.
Even here where the plethora of
opportunities is the quandary of
iiittstors, the grand boulevard
is the very bull's eye oi invest-
'incut in Norlh Vancouver—thc
I mark at which lnvcsluicnt aims,
having certainty of quality and
seeming certainty ol large increase in value.
Plans, price lists and other information can be had from the
North Vancouver Land is* Improvement Co. Ltd. Lty.
Mahon, McFarland it Malum, Ltd., Official AO.entft
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Chapti i 11   Continued,
Cli.ii.i.in ol Ancient and Mediaeval Cities
The great i ties ol Egypt,
Babylonia, Assyria and Persia,
were walled enclosures, oiten ol
great area, within which an
armed ia.ru* surrounded the Imperial palace, and lo which at
times ni hostile invasion the
population ol the surrounding
country resorted lor ihelter.
Al,u,nil,it  in his * I,,i\ s nl Aii
inui Borne" brings realisti
before us what  would  h
itlun an tmin\ approached such
a city:
But by the yellow Tiber
w.is tumult ,uiai affright:
From  all  the spacious champaign
Tn Rome men took their Sight.
A mile around the city,
The throng stopped np the ways
A [earful sight it was to see
Through tu.. long nights and
days,
Por aged folks on crutches,
And wotw n great aith child,
And mothers sobbing over babes
That clung to them and smiled.
And sitk imu borne in litteri
ular tin plan had its supporters, and geometric principles
were itrongly advocated in preference to  "tin   laiiluiiiis ui.i/es
gradually formed by the lorce
ni time."
W lien Alexander lhe greal had
destroyed the world't commerce
with tin demolition ol Tyre, be
employed the hading architect
nl his ii.ii to detign i new commercial capital, with the result
thai Al. \..ii'in.is area equalled
.iimiit fifteen square miles,  and
Us   sll. l Is,   Millie   nl   It lll.ll   11 de
over one hundred leet wide, were
.it right aagla to each other,
dividing the citj into parallelogram!,
Bi in.an Cities:
Tin Roman camp mav be described aa an oblong parallelogram dn ided into iuur, probably itjii.il. sections by two streets
crossing each other at right mg-
Ks. This Air. Triggi mentions
is the nnidel nl all tlu newer
K..in,in lities. .\s showing how
great care wai taken by the Romans, both in locating and laying out their ritiet, Vltruviui is
cited, that healthy dtnatloa is
ni the firat importance, that if
,mini,ils inl .in the spnt be killed
and ihow bealthv liver, ii wuuld
population, the city walls would !
M l.peatedlv extended, until in I
course of time- one ring after another woultl be found within the
city boundariet, as instanced in
Paris, Antwerp, Vienna, Cob-
leati .md Cologne
u.l.     Of the   third  class   oi
mediaeval   towni,   vi/..,   thoie
built Inr Millie special purpose.
many were (minded on regular
plains, among whieh may lie in-
itanced the nftj towu built by
ilu* Englith in Aqnitaiac aad
(.uieiiue in the thirteenth eentu-
rv, in order to strengthen their
huhl iiii Preach territory; towns
uliuh attracted popalatioa   by
llli great spei lal privileges with
which they were endowed. At
the centre oi there towaa  was
lhe inaikil (dace,and the streets
twenty-four leet wide, were parallel with the sides ..[ the plate
Towni lituated on navigabli
nvers naturally expanded in -jj
iiiliniis parallel with the rivers.
u in the can ni London, aid as
later we Iind that New Ynrk aiid
Chicago li.ne done, When, however, a bridge nr bridges spanned | iitv river, radial streets,nr
thoroughfares radiating from
the bridge towardi diilerent
points ..I the dty, just as naturally i,inn* into existence. Still
further, as it was important
that the walls stirmunding the
dty uf mediaeval ages should
not have so main' gates as to
COBltitatl weakness, frnin each
of the few gates in the tity wall
B&K
I., ok (nr thl ibovc ir.i 1,'ni irk,
thi  ii|n  nf quality, oi  your
c. real lo,.(Is.
Wl ni.iiuil.H tnre lh.* best
Rolled Oats
nil llie market todav.
1....1.' youi oiden with us for
HAV, GRAIN
AND  CHOP
a*
I'n mpt Delivery
S.itisl.u tiun (iiiarant, i .1
ihe Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdsle  Avenue,
at  Ferry  Landing
|as. Chapman,   local manager.
ROYAL
STANDARD
fLOUR     |
We guarantee every sack!
nf Royal Standard   .-'l,iiir tn
In- the purest, iwevteat, moal
wholeaotne bread Hour on|
the marital in Britiah < '<>!-
nmbia to-day. Back nf tins
guarantee stands the mill
whieh has been producing
this flour fnr yours, nml in
proof of the exec] li'iinnf the
product am tin- leetimoniali
of thousands of tiaara,
lb sides, with every 4Mb
sack yn age) ■ eoapon which
entitles you to ■ cha>-.ce to
win a liamlsomi-china dinner
set
D. 0. BO iTT, Projrlrtor
.1 full iiiiii i*. nqilelt tlni-k (./ Grttreiier,
h'tuilii,  llinni I'rniliiclt, f'tnitr aid Fenl,
Y,n,t„IA,,,  l;lr , J*,*j,| „„ In,,,,;,
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Car, it III Rid mill llu lum IMU
Phone Si        , North Vancouver
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Builders and
Contractors
P, LAB80N li prapa'ml to
.-upplv
Limp, Brick,
Sand, Cement
And all kinds nf Building
Material in quantities tu suit
and at reasonable prices.
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HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER
TELEPHONE No. I.
CITY or
NORTH  VANCOUVER
AND VICINITY
BRITISH COLUMBIA
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n.EAKlNG, GEADIRO,   EXCAVATING, Etc.
2-ss F.unn streei wesi. • Honn wmoouver
Preserving Fruits
PBACHBS,  PLUMS,
CRABAPPLES, ETC.,
I'm   -*,ile    In   llu*   tase.
Ikst   Emus   at   Lou est    Prices.
Alio  full   stock  of  fresh
GROCERIES ami
DAIRY  PRODUCE,
THE WELCOME PARLOR
J. Dlrr iwi, Pro,-..
65 Lonsdale Avenue.
Hich nn tilt netk nf si,lies,
And troopi ol ron-burned bus*
l.,iiiilmgi
Wiih reaping booki aad states.
And drovi s ol mules and asses
I..i-l. 11 tvitli skins nf tt ine,
Aad . ndlesi flocks ni goati aad
sheep,
And . ii'll. ss h.rils ..I kini,
And ill'lless ir.iills of u.ipons
Tii.ii a reaked Ixpeath the weight
01 cornsacks ind ol  household
good
Choked ever) roaring gate,
Babylon  u.is  thirteen  miles
n   « .1I1 tuile .un! rectangu-
l.n streets  and Nineveh u.is -1
miles 111 circumference, but,  ai
till I. I* Ill'll ill .iillllllnll Iiiiilu 11 conditii ns so remoti in
,inn.|inii .nni onr own time, iu*
in.ii dismiss ihem with si.uie
nicisim m satisfaction that our
own I'.i is under less primitive
condition!,
Th. citii * "i Gn.... wi an
taal-i, givi evidence ol having
tne work oi lour distinct
Is, each having had its
characteristii Tin- first ninn
citii - were built ai placet ..1 n*
fugi againsl hostile .itt.uk. the
se,..ml tth. n developinenl ol
trade governed procedure, thi
third ulian artiitli conditions
exercised influence, thc fourth
being lhe period ol declim
While   tin*  market   plan   or
place ol publii meeting v.,
.inns .nul central, thi
the Greek cities wen * -.     n.K
narrow,  little more  than the
iiunii -ai preient da) lam
Canadian cities, bul even in lbi
luili tciitun B, C, tin rectang
[prove the water and 1 1 «.i ilu
spot wholesome, that the location sh.,nhl Ik .,11 high ground,
subject neither to log nr rain,
,nnl its expoiun smh u neither
tn leave it violentl) hot nor m-
.   mill       He .nlils tli.it the
tl sin mill he laid nut sn ,,s
I., break  tin   violence ..1   the
it in.Is, .unl iiii,ilh ih.it Important lilllhilllgs sh'.lll.I he sn pl.t.
tll   .is   Ul   I"    U'll   .lll'l   l,llnl,|l'K
nm 1,1 Tin squares or publii
plai a a,i th. Roman .m.* an n
generally the lorum, [01 public
nu it ings. and the market place,
un. 1 ia. mg surrounded by
uiii|ili. ..li.l other buildingi ol
public conaequenca,
.\|i ill.it \ .il 1'ltliv
Tin mediaeval cities ol Rurope
gnu i.it ilowly, followed to
pographiral   dispositions,   and
V.l 1.     a.l    llll     •
isi. '1 boat ni Roman origin,
in prime tnim ni ,1 parallelo
gram with principal street! car>
nnl through n in sir,nghi lm. 1,
alter which central arrangement
regularity ceased,
md.    Tims, in which settlement mul sn. 1 is tt.re grouped
around the castle or the monas-
ii n .nnl church, such surroundings being without regular plan
In this il.iss ni tht iiii important buildings weft central;    ia
innn ring ..I broader sir,, ■
doted  the in.ii kit  place,   and
m,iin    thoroughfares    radiated
iheiiti to the ui\ gates,     Tin
iiuiiii nl smli m,nn tliiir.iiiglii.il
is u.is   g.n.rail]   in.mt [oui
and si hi.,in thirtt 1..1      Altel
1   centuries'  Increaai   nl
11 tt,is I1.11111I tniittiiieiii t.. have
radial itmti    The gnat  pn-
t.iieiiu- nl radial streets In Ku-
ropean dtia may aot havi bm
illlt* In uiiigestinli ni tr.illn ,il
tin ill\ g.itis .mil liliilges. hut
ll lint,  lt   \\ iilllil  sielll    to   hue
beea dai to Um lacl that aa
gates .nul l.ii.lges wen moal im-
portaat objectivi poiata, there
tt,is iii*,|ii.*nt 11.iul ,nul Import-
.itit tr.illn ttliuli sniiglu ihe
shortest mutts to thelll.
TO ADVKRT18KKS
Ui.mges ni idvertise*
minis must I.e in tin
h.iii.is ..I tin printers
imt   latei   th.in Weilnis
il.lt   nl   .... ll   Itetk   In  tn
sm. publication,    Posi
Uvei) in. i.nun,in lium
tins rule mil be madi
80  YEARS'
EXPEIIENCR
-a ,1 I    n. 1
I'Klr.all tl
"Wln.th,
51 Tn..-i Massi
Dciic.it
CoPt SIGHTS ic.
Jrt-wT'r..*nm.f
.Mat   (   **
"IDBOOS , iil'a.rui,
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a*, u »to. rxoin
1.10 th*
Scientific Hiiiericat*.
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Lii|inir Lirinso )|i|ilirii(ion
'IMKK MlTU'E.llml3U.|«>»alt*T.liit..
1 I latMlat] t*. Ippi; I.a UM Huaril nl
I.iren-i- ('..iniul*.imi.*r. f* r llit Cilrol
.\..rll. VlBMITW. ttt a shop ur battli
.|*.ii-r,  iiii.|*t   tin*   pr.ti.n.iii   ol   the
■\liini,.||.»l ChUMM AM", IMS, f,.r Ihr
pannM ..1 .lluni llqaor taiat ihe pn.*
ti.ia.M. 1.1 s.iii-^.i ii.,,. :i 1.( >,.,*in.n ir.inl
«iii,| A.'l. ill a lm. H'*ry Uocfc, I" Id
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■ia.n nl |i..iri,*i l.ni :Ti in ilir em* erf
North Vmi,,,iit*,r. nln, I. Mi,I |.,t i» ilia*
»le.|,,ii!!ie N,,rlli   -i.l.*  i.l   Kir-I Itreet,
Kant.af Lrmaah Astaaa ■
liilwl tliii :lr>l .lm ..( Se|-ti-mlier,
A D., Mi
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ALEXANDER &
MACNAGHTEN
Real Estate Brokers, Financial and Insurance Agents
WC  HAVE
$50,000  TO  LEND
ON riRftl HORTCAGE
121 Lonsdale Ave.
SNAPS
7 lots iii Hlock 3.!. D.L. 204.     Price (1400, hsll cash, balance on the 25th ol August, 1 cj 10.
1 Lois, will suhiiivije into 15 lots which could be sold for
$100 each,    l'rict J600.    $100 cash.    Balance in two yean.
MAYA BURNS
I'.I itatl and Financial Agents
in North Vane >uv< r Ut t*\\ 'III
OUTLAW " >''inl In your namM
in-
Managcr "Outlaw"
Room 411. (rnivn Building
VANCOUVER,     •    •    B.C,
Issued every time The OtfSI
walks, usually altcmale Thursdaye
b\i lhe "Oullaw* PtiWishing 0).
Vancouver
Clean, Readable
Critical and
Entertaining
Tin im|>cr that
hit In-at#11 all
Vancou vtr rec-
onls in sales. THI EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
AN ADVENTUROUS OUTING
Alexander Smith, a respected
townsman ol North Vancouver,
has recently had personal experience of that slrangc "lure of
the wilds" which draws men to
penetrate into regions unknown
and to explore sections of country hitherto unknown.
That territory lying between
Seymour creek on lhc west and
North Arm on the east is about
three miles wide along the ihon
line ol Burrard Inlet, and widens toward the nortli to appn.x-
inialclv live mile.-.. For several
miles nortli irom Hurrard Inlet,
the entire country lias l.ecn surveyed, while beyond that, ilu*
survey has been confined lo, ior
the greater pari, territory com*
paralively close to cither Seymour creek or the shore of the
North Arm. The coueqemce
is, that the heart of this country is as yet, not only unsunned, but likewise practically unknown. Reports as to its nature are of the most fragmentary
and unsatisfactory character.
Mr. Smith will rank as thc
first of local explorers to penetrate to any distance into this
terra incoguita.
On labor day he departed from
his summer residence al Brighton beach, with his rille, and accompanied only by his dog, lor
what he intended sliould be a
short hunting trip, but on what
really turned out to be a twenty-live hours' trump, through a
wild country, which so lar as
has been ascertained has nut
hitherto been explored. Leaving
Brighton beach, he followed the
North Ann north, to what is
known as Foster creek, turning
up this creek he followed it in
a north westurly direction until
it turned and ran some dislame
due weil. On the way he passed two waterfalls. Beyond the
creek, he continued to follow tin-
canyon on up into the mountains, until he came lo a huge
rock slide. Up to this point,
the country had baae traveled
More, bul attracted by the possibilities ol the chase, and ul tin
nuw country beyond, Mr. Smith
clambered up the precipitous
sides ol the slide. When part
way up lhe slide, he noticed, a-
bout a quarter of a mile to the
south, what appeared to be a
crater in a mountain top. He
could see the rim ol the crater
on the side nearest hun and likewise that on the opposite -.ule
ol the depression, which was V
sha|K-d. At his distance and el-
i iation, it was impossible to accurately guage the liriiimfcr-
ence ol thc crater. Reaching
thc top ol the rock slide. In
found himsell in a precarious
situation, on a sharp n-m
back, descent In.in whnh appeared extremely dillicult.
Eventually, however, he sm-
cceded in working his way down
the opposite side, into a .hep
depression, whlth had apparent
ly been worn I y lhe whirlpool
action of the water during the
annual Ireshets. The vugeta-
tion at the bottom ol the depression gave ttiilnite ol hating
lieen deposited by w„ter swirling about in circular motion
From this point Mr Smith
began another upward climb
which eventually led lum to tin
top ol a precipitous mountain.
Iroin which his gaze w,(s mm m
the other side, by a rapid descent into a valley lying, he ,s
limalcs, thousands ol Ieet beneath .md covered with a niag
niliieiit growth ol finest tuiilxr.
From this point he turned in .1
southerly direction and missed
three creeks in close proxuiutt
to each other, passing mi his
course, through a small i.illu
overgrown with grass, where he
sighted a deer al whnh he tried
a shot. He camped lor the
night !-csidc some rapids <m the
hist creek which he met with,
and incidentally had a streiiu
ous fight, lor a tune, with ,i lit.
which he had lighted .md whnh
rati awav Irmn lum. well   nigh
setting tlic forest in a Wane.
j   At six o'clock  ihe lollowing
morning, lu- rammed his tramp,
this time heading in an caslcrli
direction and unllimatelv coming oul upon the sln.it* ..I the
North Arm, some distance below Brighton beach, ninth In
reached about ten o'clock.
Mr. Smith considers that jut
trip well repaid lhe sliiiniuiis
experiences lliroiigli ninth ll led
him, but on his next voyage "i
exploration, will lake along
some companion! and a suitable
et|iiipiuent lor smh an expedition.
Nl-;\\  FBRRY BOAT
Dl.illsliicll ale ik.w at work
llpull plans lm a licit tluuhlc end
ierry boal, lor .North Vancuuver Cilv Ferries Limited. 1 he-
plans shun a boat measuring
lbj leet 111 lenglh, 2a kit moulded beam and 45 leet uver lllc
guards, and 13 led depth ol
hold. Tllc entrance to lhe lemur deck shows a single large
apron.      The  entrance  to  lhc
house terminate! tt each end in
a caiiupy deck, protruding well
out over the landing deck, iu
provide shelter lur those who
wish to llc.|licut llial portion ul
lile boal. Along the centre ul
the lower deck run lhe apail-
ineiils ior the engine room,store
rooms, etc., while at each end
oi lliis a stall way leads down
1.1 tin* quarters ul the crew,
Next tin engine rouiiis mi each
side runs the driveway lur vehicles, and alung iln extreme miter eilgv ol the house- sittioli.ruiis
a roll ul seals, the lllll length ol
the house. These scats ale
reached along a broad aisle, separated Irom tin* driveway in a
partition about four leel ill
height.
Ihere an* tw.. sl.iirtt.it s, at
eath end ol tjie boat, leading In
the lirst deck.    This (Ink is eii-
tlaiscd ami ii fitted with a broad
telltral row of scats, llaiiked oil
each side by a row ol turn.tier
seals with Uoad aisles running
beiwccn.      Alung   tin*   entire
length ul the hi.use, uli catll sldt
run two row s ol window*, one
Ior the lower and one lor the
upper deck, titled with suitable
tppliancea ks ventilation, while
lhc lip|KT ilctk Is likewise titled
uuh a lull complement of small
ventilating tiiniluws, 111 addition
Tilt plans .ill ll..I til complete, but lllltll lilllshed. Wlll
shnn .1 handsome fiilt boat ,.l
the most inuiUiu lyp* ainl uu-
botliing lhe lalcst iu Uils tYM
..I inal uie arthiteclurc. The
taining tap.ulli will be abuul
675 passengers.
_^	
W, C< Stuiic intends leaving
this evening, for lhc Okanagan
valley, white he mil spend ilu
next three iiiunths on his ranch,
near Sumincrlaiul. lor the pui -
pose ol making uiipiutciiicnts.
The regular meeting ui the
I C TU. mil In- held   in   the
Methodist   1 lltllill   nil    Tilt vl,11.
the Jist inst., at 3 p.m. All
interested will kilnllt aotl tin
change ul da] nl meeting.
M 11 Martinsi.n mil preach
in the .Mttlmilisl iiiiiiiii mi Sunda  morning at 11 o'clock,   1 in
pastor Ret. 11 II Balih isl.n.
will tolldtltt sti tite in I.i nil
Valid 111 the inntiling, and ill
North Vaiitnuier in tin* ci clung
M18* Air iV 1/ sii 1 in
l,i-'i.....| Tl li III ',  "I    MI'-IC
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Kl it'i-ierini lii" 1-'
IT* per. . ■*   ,..»*|>»' ...'.nil.
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MILLINERY
Hits *"■■■•'•» rjrifn'i< ti crilitii invitation lo tin
inilii't of Sorth   Viuiooiivrr to attend ll"
MILUSERY tH'ESl.Mi OK SATURDAY,
Still   18th, >' '   II il full Hin of Ihi Inlifl AiinriC'iit
anil Canadian styles in fall hats vtilbt on iitftao,
it,  l.oni.l.tlt Aleak.- Soil     I   '    I     '
GREATER VANCOUVER NEEDS
iiite CLirr
it tin- i)|iiiiioii of Acting Mayor Prescott who was a member of the party which attended the formal
opeiing of White Cliff as a guest of Col. White. In his address Mr. Prescott said he "heartily congratulated the Company on the excellent idea upon which they were at work and expressed his appreciation of the opportunity of seeing for himself the lovely spot on which their choice had fallen, and
declared that he had always considered Horseshoe Bay the best spot for such a purpose on Howe
Sound ami was convinced of its success."
Nowhere elte in Howe Bound is there ■ location tor a summer home which has as many natural ad-
vniitagi 1 and tin- same beautiful scenery II you will find at White Cliff.
Tin-lots are 50 feet wide ; they face the Bay and command an uninterrupted view of the sound
an-l smut-capped mountains in the distance.   It ia an ideal view property-
The attractive features of the location, the natural beauty of the spot, the splendid supply of fresh
water from three ineuntain streams, the presence of deep salt water to the very ihore line, the fact
that the natural foreshore of Horseshoe Bay and Fisherman's Cove is reserved for public uie, the ex-
cell- nt fishing iu the immediate vicinity ; its convenience to Vancouver, from which it ii no further
removed than are the residences of the greater mass of business and profenional men in iuch citiei
U Ne *v V irk and Chicago from their places of business.
Bucta I r -nrt 11 White Cliff il demanded by existing conditions at preient, and we know of no
inure desirable location for the purpose than White Cliff.
In ordeV that you may fully appreciate the beauties of Howe sound it il mily neceiiary that you
vi.-it lhe property.
Ymi will tii.d White Cliff more beautiful than described.
II ymi are interested in l site for a summer home, before you decide on any particular location,
kl time to carefully investigate the many points of merit in White Clifl.
ti
I'all n> inv iilliri' and view the many photographs taken of the property.
The prices are low tb'' terms May,    If you forward your name and addreis at once I will be pleased
to furnish ynu with I OOpy ofthl beautiful book BOW on the presi of "Picturesque White Cliff"
WEST SHORE & NORTHERN LAND CO., LTD.
UBIRI WHYTE, General Agent
23 Imperial Hlock, Seymour street,   Vancouver, B.C.     Phone 3.130 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, ti. C.
LVNN VAL1.EV NOTES
•..lilt > i • Express:
proposed  works.      Intake  .mil
distributing pipes,
I   (ij    The pit mists   on   which
iln water is to be used (dcacribi
same)    Diitrict Lots 1240 and
Sir,-Nui   b«ing at the luccl   su, Group I, N« Westminster
ing un Tuesday, the 71I1 inst., diitrict,
held  ,ii  the  Initltute hall,   l    -gj     iiie purposes lor whnh
might   like Mr. Worth  inadyei   the water U to bt and.    Muni-
tenth misconstrue thi lads il I cipal purposes,
attempted aoy crilitiaui 01 tup     !ni    y i,,i irrigation dencribo
port ol iln same, but Ur, Worth the land intended io be inigai-
cannot expect us lo  lake  Imu ,.,| im-inr acreafl
seriouilj wlnn he bam ins ihi      |jj   n *j,e .,,tU., j| t0 \K used
un-ol public feeling or the needi [0I   p,,*,,,,, ,„ luming  purposes,
ni Lynn Vallej on ilu nuuiben dcsuii.. the place vhon ihe wa-
attending, u.r ;„ -,, iK* retuntod  to  some
li Mi. Worth inc.iiis that  bc  natural th.iniul, and the difler*
t.ilise onl]   -i' [nisuns, all told,  t-Utc in .illllllilc  hctliecn   point
wen in attendance, il w.is uu* of diversion aad point ol leiurn.
neceasar) to lorn .1 moral  re- 	
innn association, to be logical, j Area ol a own l.nnl 111-
lu* sin,uid smelt resign hii posi tended tu be occupied by the
tion u churchwarden, and with- propoied works, None.
draw .ill support (rom the (k) This aotko wu ,-ost-il
thurili lervices held in Sl Cli on lhe 17th da) oi August, 1409
iiiiiii s hall, ai I imagine thai and application will bi nuuh to
number is seldom reached there, the commissioner on tin -nn
.ill iniil Tin* services lii the daj oi September, woy.
Institute hall ihould nlso be a- ll) Give the Battel und ml-
bandoned ior Un* same reason. |dresses of anj riparian propriet-
Bat 1 nippose thai other real *n or licensees who or whose
dents ..I the vaUe* took his In- lands arc likely to bs elk-cie
ur .is 1 iini, aad '.is evideatlj it hy the propossd wotha, either
was intended, av an attempt at above ul ^clow llk' oul'1'1
larcasm at the expensi ol those 11-"J.V B- Howdl, lul° Gl'or-
not attending the meeting, [01 fM street, Vaacouvtr; .Maurice
11 miiiiiiiiiiiiies waited un 1 il a Ginttbuigei,intu Georgia street
long list ni police conrl easts Vancouver ;Wm, Baitar.Chaster-
had beea recorded against them ll1'1,1 avenue. North Vancouver,
luiiiii starting iuch preventa- t,M"ir ll A"1'"' **° (irullvllk'
tivc measures, it would be still »treel| Vancouver;  William C.
gnother tase ol  "locking  the Stearman, >3 st avenue west
stable door after the boni   is
stolen."
But wc whu kiiiiw Ur. Worth,
ami tin* position in holds in Ins
church, leel sine In cannot be ia
earnest in 0
cun the sin
ant 1 eioriu
Vancouver; F, \\. Caulfeikl, v ancouver dull, Vancoaver, B. C.
(in) The n.iiiic ui the Compan) in lull. Caulleild's Water
Works Company, Limited,
,   (111    The head ollice.    Rooms
iifiing opposition i" ,  „   ,.      ,*,     ,       t,   ,,
,11 _* „,., ,       1   80 87 Davii Chambers, m.s llas-
allesl ellull imt.iii s , „
ling- street wesl, Vancouver, B.
!c.
A   EARLE WAGHORNE    lol   Ihs capital-how divided
I.tun Willit. Sept, Ijth, ii.    — showing   amount   paid   up.
Twenty-five   thousand   dollars
* |,ooo) divided inlo twenty-
Th. Express is in receipt ol .1 &" thousand [13,000) shares oi
Kim ii"Ui ,1 subscribe signing One dollar im 1 each, of whnh
himsell I) C, relative to ,1 ho
tei licence     As all correspond
I5.00 has been paid ap,
,pi     Copj "I siuli parts   ol
iln Memorandum of AssociatioB
1 uis in this in,illt-r are wining
ovei 1i1.11 signatures, the same •'" anthorise  thi   proposed ap-
I, vll]l   plication aad works:
rule must applt lo a
st ni iiu publish the name is gn
en, the Unci »ill appeal ia due
course,
"The objects   lur   which   the
companj is established an
111   to siipplt   lhe  townsite
ui Caulfeild!, being part oi Dis-
 ■—— nui Lots Mi and i-'l"   North
m . sren klATI4*ff- Vancoaver municipality,and the
W A I EK IMU I ILL neighborhood thereof, arith waiter, and to carr] un the Imsi-
ness iii ,1 water works company
given that in •'" '*■ '"'"'^
1 ji    lo appl) lor, stake, and
In* m,ule un
NOTICE is hen
au application wil. .
dei Pari V  ol the "Waler Act, lo seU ^ dispone erf water.
a    to obtain a license in the (3)      "   ",,'lk,'•   ,l"1,,,'   "*
\att   Westminstei   Division  ol »»uct, Uj down andmaintain
N,w Westminster .lis,.,,,. reservoin, water works, dams,
cisterns,  culverts,   biter   beds,
1,1,    The lialile,address anil OC-
main and other pipes and appli*
l,,l,,,,,n""ll'" ""' ''I'l';1-'"   C'"''- ,,„ies anil to ej«CUtl and dO aU
mills  Water  Works Compan) uUuT w„,ks ,111(i u.mgs atcsa-
I'""1U''1' vu or convcaienl ior obtaining
li for mining purpoiei) Krei Coring, selling, delivering sai
miner's Certificate Mo  measuring water 01 otherwin
in The n.line ol ilu lake [01 the purpon ol tha company,
-tream or source  (il  unnamed,    (4)   To acquin water records
iln description  is)    I'nnamed 01  liceaces and reservoirs,  w.i-
creck running through District ter works, main and oilier pipes
Lot 1.Mo,  Croup 1, New Wort- ami other woiks alread] made
niinsiij- district, or constructed with the object
11,    Tin   point  oi  diversion, ol supplying the said neighbor-
The lioitllellt   Ullllil.ilt    ol    the hood Willi water.
east  hall ol said  District  Lot (Signatnn)
U|o.
• 1     Tin < 1 u.lium   oi   water
applied foi I ia cttbh fe< I pel n<
a ni      tooth oi one nihil  loot
pet sttoud.
11     Tin   character   oi   the
CAULFEILD'S   WATEI
WORKS CO., LTD,
Pur Francis W. Caallli
Managing dint tor.
0,  Addiess |
Vancouver, B. C,
JOB PRINTING
11 you on in need ol any Lodgt
1 Stationery, iuch 11 By-Laws
Letter Heads, Envtlopet, etc., or
if you require Billheads, Bute*
ments, Programmes, Invitationi,
Wedding Cabinets,  Pamphlets,
Booklets,    Receipts,     Posters,
Dodgers, Menus, or anything in
the printing line, send your order
in tu ihis ollice.    The work will
In- Brat-elan nml the criccs will
tie right.
TtlE EXPRESS
Map of the District of North Vancouver Showing Location of Points of Interest J
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
11111=
Chiel Fire Warden C. W. Glad-
lliere were three con-
Oin* person had a per-
Init did not watch over and
ep his lire from spreading. The
lire burned 20 cords ol shingle
holts and some  cordwood   and
endangered somi- houses.      The
wm, whom North Vancouver is ()lk.mk.r was ,ilK.(* jy, .,,„, cosls
l.least-d to luimher iiiuolig.st her Two otlu.rs st!l ou{ lir,s wiUl.
citi/.ens, has submitted the lol- oUt pcrlllits, went oil and left
lowing excellent report of the _m burning. One was lined
work done by lus department jU)() aml tosts a„d Ua* other
during August, to Hon. F. J. S2o() alul C0SlS| all of wlli,i, |,.l(|
Fulton, clncl coiiiuussioner of a graml _^ ;„ makjn>, oUu.rs
lands and works. Many citizens, more carefui 0[ u,,lr |,r,s.
have remarked the exceptional I Th|L, permits granted reached
Ircedniu nl tl.e atiiins|ihere from ^ „ tla. w,ath,r Was iaVor-
the heavy pall of smoke that in ahiU( ami pi.rsoIls mated per-
previous years has greiitly mar- mits  took  su,h  K00(1  ,ar,   ,,f
red the enjoyment of the sum-' lhcir (iu.s lhat ■ ,U(i 1K)l (llT111 lt
GOOD SHOOTING
mer season, and the reason
this immunity is 110 doubt,
trihutable in the main, to
(or
necessary to stop granting par-
al" mits.
l'le I The number of men employed
fact that bush lires have decreas- in lighting fire was 39, tlieir
ed about 75 per cent, this year, !Wages bl,ing $nq y, -ft, total
because ol the efficient system 'expenses lor the month, includ-
of patrol having squelched, in ing salaries, were fl,O0O.
their early stages, many fires j ln the mollth there
that otherwise would have as- line Adys< thm, (lark days
suincd largo proportions
The report reads as follows:
To the Hon. F. J. Fulton, chief
commissioner of lands, Victoria, B. C.
were 20
as" line days, three dark days and
(our wet days. The month on
the whole was cool, and a very
heavy rainfall came on the 251I1.
Over an inch of rain (ell, which
thoroughly soaked the ground.
Hut the  weather  since,   up   to
Sir,—I beg leave to submit the ,,
t 11 . ;>„  ... ..    t ... —   i„     this date, has been very fine and
lollowing  report of work  done  ,
by  your   fire  wardens  in   the
coast district for the month  of
August, 1904.    I am pleased to
The fires to date have decreased over 75 per cent, under last
yeara lires,which 1 think speaks
K- able to report that there have ',*.,,■, 1 .1
1... .;„... <;.... -1 .1.   lor itsell in favor of the permit
and  a   careful   patrol
there   is
per cent more clearing
going on, and also more lumber-
ing.
C. W. GLADWIN
Chief Fire Warden.
Vancouver, B.C., Sept. 1.
been no serious fires tiiis month
The wardens by a careful patrol *J* __ .
11   .   1* j .1.   r        *.* 1 considering also lhat
were able to find the fires,which 6
,, . ,   . ,„ over ioo per cent 1110
would have caused  heavy  loss,
in time to extinguish them without much cost or loss of timber
Some twenty thousand feet ol
poor limber was burned in district No. 2.
The   wardens   have   traveled         _
t,,\)a   miles   keeping   a   strict     The case ol the  city  against
w,itih on campers  and   parties the proprietors ol lhe local hot-
goiiig into the woods, and warn- els, for violation of the Incus
mg them against   leaving  lires ing Inlaw, came up belore Mag-
liiiriiing, with good   results,   as istrate Kealv, lor final   adjmli-
tht\  report that campers   have cation on Wcdncsdnv   morning.
lieen more carelul in selecting a A letter was read from soliiitnr
place to light fires lor cooking for the delendaiils, undertaking
purposes. that for the luture, lhe provi-
Thc number of fires was iH, ol sions of the bylaw wilh regard
which three were set by donkey to Sunday closing, would he ob-
engines, one bv lightning,   live served by his clients.    Thc city
by campers, five by causes  un- solicitor withdrew the informa-
known, and four from  clearing tion in view ol this letter, and
land.    Four informations were ithe case was dropped.
Walter Green was lortunate
enough to bag two large- bear
during   one   of   his   customary
week imi expedition!, last week,
He wounded the first bear, and
alter following him foi alioul
an hour, lucceeded in killing
him. He had jusi finished skinning thu victim, ivlien liuin lhc
Kcond walked nu the scene and
was expeditiously despatched,
with the first shot. At least
two additional bear vile secured mi the lulls daring kin week
end. Wild goat appear lo be
plentiful at present, sccer-il par-
tics having secured line spei 1-
liieiis.     One party of six   nim-
rnils brought In six goats. Fish
are likewise running very freely
in the local streams, and are being captured iu large i|iiaiitities.
SHOOTING ACCIDENT
1 While Tom Suiiniu-rville, son
of Capl. Suiumcrville, of this
city and a companion were examining a umber 2: rilk-, on
Saturday last, the gun was discharged, — although il was
thought that it was not loaded
—the ball entering Suiiimer-
ville's leg slightly be-low the
knee joint. It is thought thai
no permanent injury will result,
but that in due cours.- '-lie limb
will be ai sound as ever.
. .—
COLLEGE  DAY
Sundav will be "College dav"
at St. Andrew's rresbvterian
ihurih, the services having .special reference tn the interests nl
Wnsliiiinstcr Hall The pulpit
will be nccupied at the morning
service by Prof, l'idgeon, and at
the evening service bv Principal
MaiKav. The presence of fliesc
eminent pulpit speakers, ensures
very large congregations.
The local lodge nl the Kliighls
ol IMluas, will celebrate the
secniid anniversary of the institution of the lodge, on the evening oi Tuesday, October 5th, by
a smoker to be held in Larson's
pavilion.
Preserving
fruit
50 Case* Choice
ITALIAN PRUNES
Four basket! to the crate.   Fruit in Al condition
Price while they last
75c |>er crate
SEE OIR WINDOW DISPLAY
Order Early Phone L40 Prompt Delivery
C. R. HICKMAN
Grocer     Lonsdale Ave. and ftth St.
A. II. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
66 Hastings street west
is the only auctioneer who will
pay ipot cash before thi iall -
conducted
For Boot and Shoe Repairing PALACE
and Custom Work   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Boot Maker
HOTEL
Kaiis
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Holl||loo   ^   „„,   ,p
Specie] rit»i to fun-
dies and  in reculir
COAL
COAL
NEW WKI.I.iNGTONCoal
iliri'i-t lruin the niiiit-H.
PU|I your onlem now nml
..-.■um your winter'! supply.
Lairg.' nliiiiiiieiiK will arrive
111 ai (,'»■ dm*". Price. ri*-lit.
Larue supply of WOOD
always on hand    ....
P.    LARSON
Hotel North Vancouver
Telephone No. 2.
hoirden
find M M on M
REDA&ANDRUSS
Siconp Street,
PROPRIETORS
•   -   NOKTH   VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS,
M PER YEAR
VANCOUVER BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ACCOUNTANTS
QROCERS
MUSIC
W. T. STEIN A CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WACO
319 I'endi-r street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
architects
Grocenci and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tneidays and Fridays
DYtINQ AND LltANIi*itt
PERTH DYE WORKS
E STANLEY MITTON.M.I.C.A Altera | Hilton, Profffetotl
ARCHITECT ,  %*_ lK'um\ ?n___
Ladles   dresses,  silks,   laces   a
619 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
R001111 3 and 4 Elks' Ha!!, Cor.
Robson and  Granville  Streets.
All Instrument!.      Phone 3530
Phone 463
hi  W. WAITT & CO., LTD.
558 Granville Street
speuullv
SALE & BREWTTl
Agents, Norlh V.iiimutii
AUCTIONEERS
LAUieS' HAIHURESSINli
BARRISTERS
F. C. SAUNDERS	
Barhitir, Solicitor, Notary
Public. Member oi the biri
ol British Columbii ind Quebec. Room 9 Empiri Building, 603 Hasting! it. wut.
Vancouver, B.C.    Phone 4166
K.ir Tan, (-unburn, I; *ii„li vkm Bad
I ini|,li*.> u-i* liraiicf Ki.p»,i t'r,.»in. ll
I- nu,' -.h . |.,*r l,.*ltic, lull l. aturili Up
»,.|Klit luyulil, ami ll will altta-i kttt)
your skiu .iih.Ui autl clear.
Vour Hair may altta-a Ue kept look-
UH ita natural colur nt ila* un* ol Mart
I. Cioltloiau'i Hair MM, ll coim.*
in four dillerenl colon.
For llcliiun, Drj ;*calp, ami Kalliug
Hair un Ot, Irt-uville'i hinu-a Salt,-,
and It will relieve you alone*
bcalp irealiuiiils giieii lo laditi antl
gelllli'ln.Ml.
loupeea made ou tbe ■liorlwl i.
.-atiafactioii guaranteed ouall work.
Marcel wave by l-reutli arlnl    Facial
.Mawiage, Miain|-»iiiiK and Maunuring.
MADAMh IIUMl'HKKYU
loll tiranvilis Street
OPTICIANS
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Birriiteri, Solicitor!, iU.
Roomi 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Strut
Phone 096
8. D. Schulu        C. 8. Arnold
BA1HS
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Optician
All work guaranteed
Consultation Iree
49 Hutingi itreet wut
Opp. Cameraphone theatie
PHOTOGRAPHlR«
MAkTEL'S  STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHERS -
,       1 -,      1    111 Hwimgi Sueet Wut,
Kflll.pt llPS   Dath VANCOUVER   B. C.
IU1IICUIC 3    UOUI Tht M ^,V]3tA. audio on the
Corair Homer and Pendir Sti. U)tIl. Phone -)2ib
The only up-to-date ud reliable bath house in British Co-
lnmbia-
Wi cure where otheri (lil.
Satiiiaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plain bathi, electric bathi,
ihower hatha, massagi tor body, Kilp ud face; electro therapeutic haths a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Gradiate ol Berlin, Germaiy
BUSINESS COLLIGI*
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIO
Family Group Specialists
Cabinet site, ti per dozen
Cor. Carrall and Cordova its.
A. SAVARD, Proprietor
PICTURI FRAMING
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Halting! St. W.
Canada's Qrea'si* Wsetern Sahooi
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - - Maiager
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest stock ol
mouldings in B.C.to select Irom
to when you want framing done
cheap and well get our pneu.
BAILEY BROS CO LTD.,
340 Granville and 138 Cordova
PITMAN'S
Business) College
632 Seymour st., 7|MW*M
Day Khool "\"n iU ,Ih s''<]
round. Night stlnml MOMMM*
ts Scptilnlier bill.
A I'KRVSAL OF THE ADVT
C0LUMH8 WII.I, PAI BOTH
BH0PPE18 AND INTl'NDlNl'-
ADVERTISERS ADS ARK
NOT IN THE EXPRESS KJI
NOTHING.
CHIROPRACTIC
-dHMT]
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Mm mil <• niii'l,-]
Planus — Talking Machine! —
Music Goods
The oldest music house in I). C.
Mil. 11. A. POWELL
|..rin,*rlv ,.l 1...i.■ i■ -i,. I.i.*;l.iii*l, aiil
.,|».n In. Muni'' Miili.. in ll llri.n'. llall
II,•(;..*--ir,*, I ii Si-pii-mlier l.l. lie
will rineiti- |iii|.il- f.ir in.trurtiou ■ lhe
Violin, 'fell,, anal OOOtt] lias*.
|p« ml Ml tiiten In children. Hours
10 to I.
ll,* I, *.;.|> Un- l,i|.-lieia( relerence. Ir.ui
the belt immcal cirilciol Limlnii.
Anv inlnrniatinii n^ar<lin| lernn, etc.
may U ohlained at Ilia Arloua l'h„to
Slu.li.,. d llri.-n'e llall,,,r at MWdran-
villi- "lri• I.
REALMTATI
Keep your eye on
EAST  VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particular! apply to
MURDEN & THORNTON
Phoni bij     440 Homer Strut
iuitsliirc (iuuruolee k
ivriiita lorjiordiiou LU.
440 Seymour Strut
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgite • - - Muiger
•lltTAURANTI
All North Vancouver people
Mt it
LEONARD'S
l-.illur hlatk lllotk or Hastings rAieei, oppoiite the sew
Post Ollice. Leonard ulli hii
lea by the pound.
WATCHM AKAlMt.
DETECTIVE AGINCIIS
Canadian liitiiiv   llurcau:-
Oflices even 11 In ii
a,.r   (llli,. *'   1
a  ||   -1     »••!. I
I • wi-:i,sii
General Superintendent
English practical waiilnual.it;
Established 1H89
S|ieciilty,   repainm
WOODROOFE,
31) Carrall Strut
PUNTING
(,,'     BfiCM    H"in     'his
,,lh,, la, i*,ia nladni tmir
nub 1 ini printing
Slll.MtllH     im     V
,l|a|   j;, t    (III     ll'  tt       Ilt
the north shotc THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
CHORAL SOCIETY
Editor Express:
Sir.- As imi an aware there
is .ni attempt being made in ihis
city to organize .1 choral node
iv, nir tin coming wintei
wn, There ii lully sufficient
talent in Sorth Vancouvei to
support .in institution oi lliis
kind, and I have had experience
aai other placet, with smaller
populations, where .1 sin.,11 but
very efficient chorus a*ai U\a up
Uui it ..in ..nh bs 'Inin' hi .1
united efloi t on the pal I ol  .ill
tlli.se   Intel esteil   ill   lllllsh     .nnl
,,Mi tn take ,111 ,niiii part, ll
should I*, clearly recognized ih.it
this is nut in .nn sense a church
affair and anj attempt in lorm
such a societj ..ti th.it basis is
loredoomed in failure, siill, ,,t
the s,unt' lliiit*. tlnn is im ilniilit
that K'.'xl musi< has .i tendency
tn better influences and is
K ni ,i religious nature, and, iu
this .niiiieitii.il. l might   say
that   llie last  ii:*a'al  soiled     ui
which l u.is ,i member had a
bishop iur conductor,   Further,
,utin* members should heir in
mind th.it no offence is in in*
taken .it say criticisms whieh
the tniiahuiur mat make upmi
tlnir rendering ..( ihe muaii  as
that is his business, ii,iliuli b tu
point  out  mistakes .mil show
how they mav be corrected To |
think otherwiie shows very pool
judgment .md absolutely nc real I
1. at e u| music, hut only a desire
for personal display. It is to
he hoped that the North Vancouvei choral society will be a
sm.ess, as sikh .rn organisation
imi onh reflect! credit mi the
iitv as a  whole, hut is also   .1
source of great social ami intellectual pleasure to those supporting ii Thanking ymi for
iour spa.,  i"ins truly,
HENRY V. SMITH
N i >i i h Vancouver, Sept. i6th.
Tin local lodge oi the Knights
of Pythias, uill cekbrats   the
mi..nal anniversary oi tht- institution ui the lodge, mi iht I'vt-n-
ni); ni Tuesday, October Jth, by
a smoker tu he hehl in Larson's
pavilion.
SPECIAL PRICKS ON
NEW FALL GOODS
25c While Flannelette, extra heavy, per yard     aoc
.is inch s-i ipe Flannelettes, per • ard    10c
15 ,ni I 3(1 inch Stripe Flannelettes, per yard u#c
34-1111 li Mnpe Flannelette, heavy, per yard     15c
idi-While Cotton, per yard    7'^c
Circular Pillow Cotton, fine quality    joc
Hemstitched Pillow Cimi, per pair    50c
lie Frilled Curtsiu Uatlin, white, per yard nj^c
Unbleached Canton Flannel, per yard    10c
Emu Heft Bleached Csnton Flannel     15c
73c Lint n Tniki-.li Towels,  per pair     60c
60c Turkish Towels, par pair    50c
1 j. sach Turkish sad Honey Comb Towels, per pair..    35c
IJC In lOOneS, all colors, per yard, IJJJC
.-am* in iii*. ou yuar fall sesiug by gstting s ntwEMnftr Mai-lnne.
Unit f> im ca.limnl l.'l.im |>,.i month.   Marliine.-nlttm. 1.11 lian.l.
Cleared Lota
Id Block 334, D.L. S3*
These lots are all on gradeditreeta. In fine neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Prices $600 to $700
!. O. O. F.
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
J5, meets every Thursday evening, coiner Lonsdale avenue and
First street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to
attend, Edwin Peers, N. G.;
Thos. S. Nye. Rec.-sec.; J. H.
Pilling, Fin.-sec.
.J. J. McALEECE
KKITH BLOCK
LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
UM TERM
S. GINTZBURGER
LIMITID
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
103 Cordova Street, Vancouver, I. C.
r I). BOX SM.
NOTICE.
mHE Rank of B.
V A ami iln-
Bank nl Hamilton
am,a.une.' tliat tliey
ii.n-.. decidi -I, commencing Patttrday,
i ict.ili, r 2ml,tu closi
their North Vancouver branches for nl!
I mini --. -ii Satur-
'l.iv nights.
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
M * •flint i trial hi.l on r.iur Hr.l..r. muli or large.
ALEXANDER F. REILLY
tlrgaiial nutl Cliniimnilti of St. Aadrta'i t'hvrth
Tenchrr  of I'io no,   Vncal  and  Theory
II .Ir-i-wl Pin Uh preparrd lor the
Tornntn t'nlveriity Kmmimtloii*
a.   i.     M /»<i..- ttttO, 1'i'oir JtMN, Vmomm
OlltlllOS. iJf /„„,,)„,,   ■ „„„. in,,,,, fi„r,h fitneomrr
Nnrlh Vsnecuver, lu.nlatii I Fridays.   Rpferenet: Id v.Mr. fiillam
-it fit <§«»< umiianHintttitit f nmwi
»wH"!">w**>*>-hsh*'K-*>-h<**♦♦■»*;*-;'♦-;♦♦»*»♦ *****<**** I,
I A. \l STEACY
Comer l.oni.ia.c Are and Second Slreel
Phon'. tt and A6l
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES
..   Lncal ami Foreign Fruits
l:ia ih and Csse K-;g-
Clioice Creamer. Kutter always on liand
Lamp Oaoda, Glasswats
Crockervwsre, Hruslies,   Brooni!>,  etc., etc
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