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VOLUME 9
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1909.
NUMBER 5
TOWN  PLANNING
Important
improvements
ANNOUNCEMENT
PAST    PRESENT     AMD
IY H, IM''" 1KI-.UN
POSSIBLE
Before eonsideriug the "combination city" it may be nieii-
tiiuieil that un the continent ul
Europe much lime and ability
have been spent on aeadeinit el-
forts tu Iind a geometric substitute   for,   but   iree   oi   the
ial lines, the latter being useu
in uiuderatiun, and it is saul
that had this plan been adhered
lu London tvuiild have beili superb among the World's cities.
The   Frenchman   L' Euri.i''.*;
plan made in 1791 lur uiu city
delects of   the existing systems ul Washington, was mi o..giuu
3 town planning.    Triangular, scheme   combining   radial   ...ul
JS and Upmal   systems rectangular ieatuies   tthuh    as
have been elaborated,   but   the been generally dis.cguriliil, ami
I   We wish to announce that after October ist, we will occupy
- Rooms Nos. 324 and 325 in the
Cates Is mak-i Winch building, corner Hastings
progress   with and Howe   streets,   Vancouver,
looking  to  the   en- JB. C., where we will maintain a
special Nortli Vancuuver department under the direct supcrvi-
siuii ul une of our lirm.       We
make this  move,  not  through
lack ol faith in Nortli Vancou-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ver, but that we may place our-
pruviding   lur   a   mucli   larger | stives in cluser comuiunicatiuii
Captain C. II
'ing satisfactory
his plans,    ^^^^^^^^^^
largtmsnt and the Improvement
uf his pier.    An agreement  has
been reached, fur a lung lease uti
the waterfront lot immediately
east  ol  that  upon  which  his
warehouse   now   stands,   ikus
frontage to the pier than would
ullu-rwise   have   been   possible
vuluine under notice linally pru-
uountes against all as failing to
satisfy public needs.
ln the "cuinbination city," i.
e., the city combining bolii rectangular and radial principles,
the rationale oi radial streets is
embodied, according to Mr.
Triggs, one of the grandest architectural and landscape conceptions ever achieved, mid happily it is now- being partially returned to.
1   Dalny,  the terminal  city  ol
favorably with the B. C. El.Ry. _, .---■-.
Co. for railway facilities. 1 apt. sell North Vancouver property,
Cates intends widening the pier, we would be pleased to have you
and having a railway tuck run-1
wilh our local and loreign dien
tage; thus enabling us to better
UUltaaaaaaa.      ...» . -        _        —    , ,„6_,    »„_„   »„____6   _   „   _	
Negotiations are also proceeding serve you to our mutual advaut*
age.    When wishing to buy   or
somewhat as follows:    As seen the Trans-Siberian railway,   is
before, while yet a city or town a combination town, divided in-
includw but a small area, there lu fuur quarters, ollicial,   com-
is a tendency to establish radial mercial, residential and Chinese
routes ol approach  to  such  a each  quarter   having  its  local
city along the easiest lines   ui V—tat Will radial develupmenl.
travel irom all parts oi the sur- j   While Mr. Triggs wuuld seem
rounding country, and these ra- at  times  to  have  a lingering
dial thoroughlares are left open fondness Ior radial development,
as the city extends  outwards, he closes the secund chapter  ui
Analagously, when the city has his work by summarily  reject-
become large, there arc within I ing any one geometric pattern
it centres ol activity  towards and any one system, purely no-
which there is constant   travel I tangular or radial, by reason of
from all part* oi the surround-'defective  provision  lur  trallic.
ing city, and Iruui which centres Tic cites Stubbcn, seemingly   ■
to  every  surrounding   quarter |German authority, as tu the iu-
thcre is an equal return trallic. cessity  ol  studying  the  topo-
With pupulatiun's growth the graphical cunditions, levels.elc,
tendency   is  that   business   bc- j and being governed by tliem 1111-
comes massed in these city cen- j less antagonistic to the rcquiiv-
tres  and  trallic  becomes  con-1 ments of trallic, of town exten-
gested in their immediate neigh-,sion, of economy, or unless  at
borhood.    To relieve this  con-!variance with esthetic principles
gestion more thoroughlares arc |   "The closer a town plan   ad-
necessary than are supplied   by.hcres to natural conditions   the
two   ordinary    streets   whicir more original and attractive it
cross each nther, whence the un-jwill be."     Yet there is decided
deniable convenience of souu-ex- preference  that  the  main   uti-
tra streets radiating from   .iny|work be rectangular with diag-
suth business locus,    lu London MM) conveniences when dcmaiid-
for instance,   trallic   is  highly «1 by tiuihc.    At important fo>
congqsted and oiten blocked  onjeal points, such as railway sta-
some  ol  the  eleven   thorough- ]lions,   bridges, etc., radial   ar-
larcs connecting with the quail- jraugcincnt has adv,ullages, ami
rangle occupied hv the Bank  ol .it is judiciously  observed   that
Kngland and   Royal   Exchange, .curved streets generally adapt
and were the number   ol   these j themselves   belter   to   all hilly
thoroughfares   reduced   to   the iground than straight ones,while
numlier  allowed   by   a  purely for wide vistas, distant pcrspei-
rectaiigular system, the amount |tives,   and   grand   liioiiuiuental
of business done at  this local ellects the straight line asserts
point   in   the   British   capital itself."
could not be transacted, nor Mr. Triggs lays stress on a
could the present aggregate oi city's having its dillt-rentiated
transit take place. Besides nu- life and activity in distinct
merous lesser contrcs ol press- quarter^. There should be, lor
ure, London has two other main instance, an ollicial section with
local points connected with ra- its public buildings, then the
dial thoroughfares, notwithstan- business and residential quarters
ding which, as also continual manufacturing and other set-
enlargement ol existing streets tions, each having its own re-
and formation ol new thorough- quireinents and characteristics,
fares, the accidental injuries 111 should express each its own in-
thc English capital now exceed dividuality.. And linallv, tlui
17,000 per annum, about two German authority is emphatic
per cent being fatal. that "the day has gone by   lur
Sir Christopher Wren's plan unqualified employment ul dcli-
for the robuilding ol London al- nitc systems, and that heiict-
tar the fire ol 1M16 was a cum- furth they sliould not plav ,, nil-
binatiun ol rectangular and rad- ing bul a subsidiary role."
ning down its centre and up
Rogers avenue, to connect with
the tramline on 1st street east.
It is likewise his intention to tit
the pier with an apron such as
will permit luaded lreignt c;»rs
to be run on and ull ul .ailwiv
transler barges at his pier. Tlu;
warehouse accommodalioii will
likewise be increased.
call or write.    Yours truly,
THACKER & THORNTON
324 and 325  Winch Building,
Hastings   and   Howe   streets,
Vancouver, B. C.   Phone
FINE PEACHES
SPECIAL  TRIP
The splendid sample ol homegrown  peaches,  exhibited   this
week, in his store window,   by
A. R. Steacey, is ocular prool
___ ol the horticultural advantages
. . ,       ,   ,     .. 'afforded by our   "sunny   south-
A special launch lur the cun- ^ ^      f,    T,       ~sss~-a-
temence uf those  whu wish  tu      £ J£ Crawiurd'variety.per
ms-H'c    Stanley   Heigh s,   w   1 «
leave Billingsgate wharl,   \ an* I. .       ... . '   .       6—     '
Social and Personal Items
Tf S. Nye leaves on the 16th
inst., on an extended holiday in
England.
Lost. — On Sunday alternuun
last. A black Spanish lace scarl
Reward at this oflice.
Lost.—A small bruuch, in ur
near post oflice, Sept. It, .Miss
Holliewood, 141I1 slreel, west.
E. J. Bylield and family have
removed to this city alld are residing at 519 Chesterlield ave.
Jas. Tarte and iamily are new,
arrivals in the city having taken a house on 2nd street, near
Mahon avenue.
Wanted—A girl, three or more
afternoons a week, to take care
oi three children. Mrs. A. E.
Crickmay, 15th street.
The executive committee ol
the board ol trade met Tuesdat
•   ■    • 1        r
T. L. Dixon is building a
house on "th street, lot u, block
8, D. L. 273.
A meeting uf the executive nl
the ratepayers' assm iation, has
lieen called for Momlav evening
next, at eight o'clock.
D. Morden, ol Chilliwack, wi *
in the uiv ilns week visiting his
brolher, William Munlcu, nutiii
Lonsdale avenue and 3rd street.
General  Manager R.  II. Spi;
ling uf the B. C. El. Ry. Co.,
left this week on 1 visit to Bag
land, accompanied by .Mrs.Spi 1
ling.
Work un the new hutist* being
erected fur A. J. Henderson, ai
the curner uf 4th street and St.
Patrick's avenue, is making excellent progress.
Miss S   M. Clapp, formerly a
—    -       .    .,   l^ 1 teacher at llu- Capilano school,
j evening, to arrange details  lor __m   —.,,- . ,^.w1/x,, ■„ „„, „i
 e 1 as*
the annual meeting, ou Tuesdat
next.
Wood &. Son, proprietors ol
Everybody's shoe store, are advertising a very attractive  spe-
ern slope."    These peaches arc jcial sale.     See tlieir advt.
this issue and save money.
couver.on Saturday (tomorrow) lm______________^S_W
allernoon, at 1.30 o'clock. Ample accommodation will be provided for all who wish to see
the  property,   which  has   been
ol beautilul color.
grown in Mr. Steacey's garden,
corner Lonsdale avenue and 6th
street.      Mr. Steacey   likewise
_______————_————___. has   on   exhibition   something
the  property,   which  has   been    . __ ]_ _____ .   k
,v , ;, 1   ,          1 phenomenal in the shape  of   a
rendered accessible by llieaus ol f* „ ,• L
., t ,,        ...     bit; sunflower,   which   measures
the opening up ol three streets.     6     " *   ,   ' .    ,. -   __
■i-i,. 1 .    .?. Znimm ,.„;,n,. ,„a ,°ver '" inches 111 diameter,   the
lhe lots are selling rapiuli and        ,.   , , . ,.,,       ' .
.1.       . l.     „-„i ,.: ,, <l ..i^.. result ol his own skill as a hor-
those who cannot visit Stanley!.:   ..    • .
Heights, may obtain descriptive '   cuuunst*
circulars, etc., at the ollice. The
address has been changed and is
now.44",1, Pendur streei, Vancouver,
Mrs. W. C. Snow and Mrs. B,
Davy,   lioth   ol   Portland,   are
1
VICTORIA
The contract for the construction ol the last section of the
Alberni railway, will probably
be let in the near future. Tenders have been received by the
C.P.R., and are under consideration. A contract has been let
Ior clearing about luoo acres ol
land al the junction oi the  Al-
CIV1C ADVERTISING
A meeting ol the joint civic
advertising committee was held
Wednesday evening. Treasurer
W. J. Irwin submitted a report
showing total collections to
date of $1525, and a balance in
the treasury ol $23. Alexander
Philip reported that the ferrv
directors had voted a grant of
$200 to the funds of the commit-
tee.
I   It was culiipiltitl   that   about
S500, in additiun to present j-
lierni branch, with the mainline vailable funds, would Ih- requir-
ol the E. & N. railway. The ed to carry to completion the
lols will be put on the market plans at present in operation or
as soon as the work is coinplet- in contemplation, and arranged. Hunts were made to endeavor lo
Consequent upon the installa- procure this amount (rom yiur:-
tion ol a salt water syntJRd oi es from which no contributions
lire lighting, a reduction ol 1' have as yet been received
per cent in insurance rales has i Considerable discussion took
already been madt. The saving Iplaei with reference to methods
is equal to about 1)5,000 per ,111- of  establishing   thc  couiniittee
*-    L—»- |an(J   jts   worl(   on   a   lwsjs   ,,[   p, r-
HARVEST FESTIVAL   LYNN VALLEY NOTES
The harvest  festival  will  be
celebrated on Sunday next at
both morning and evening ner- 'ter
vices.    Special  music  will  be I
rendered by thc choir, and sermons will lie preached  by  the
Ven. Archdeacon Pentreath and
the Rev. Havelock Beacham.rcc-
tor ol Holy Trinity church,Fair
view.   It is hoped that a special
eflort will be made to augment
the amount necessary lo cover
the sum required lor the general lund.
Born.-At   Lynn   Vallu,   m
Friday, Baptambw 24th, to I
II. aiid Mrs. Davison, a daugh
Peter Wesloter and lamily,returned 1111 Saturday last Irom
an extended visit to their former home in Ontario.
num, to merchants.
The citv council has received a
latter ol inquiry, with naOSCl to
a suitable niaiiufatturing site
from the Irondafe Steel Company ol Washington.
The Tungsten electric lamps
are proving very popular. Demonstrator Grant of the B. C.
l-'.ltitnt was in town this week
and as 1 result ol his visil,these
powerful lamps will be installed
in several stores. Thev give a
much better light than the old
stile lot less tost. The lot.11
oliite expects a lull supply to
hand in a few- days.
manency, but no definite action
Was taken.
»**a*fc*t*av%*>*a>*>*>*%»***t-*^avaa>aa>^v«>
TO ADVERTISERS
Changes of advertise-
tueiits must lie in the
hands of the printers
not later lhan Wednes-
dajf ol each week to ensure publication. Posi-
titelt im t.iii.iiioii Irom
llus rule will be made.
has accepted a poslllon iu one ol
the schools ol l.cthbridge, All a,
Iur the aulumii term.
It is reported   that   salisl.ia |
ory financial arrangements hate
been lltaile lor the mlllplctloll nt
the golf links near llollvburn,
Capilano, and lhat the work is
lo lie pushed to completion.
'—/1 — —.   -   I   T. H. Kingslev   expects   1..
Halting Aid. and Mrs. Braim at leaVe ()U _. i.;„lpro, „, ami,,,
their home on 3rd street east. on Uk. hlh ,,rox^ lor 0wu ,,.
They are sisters of Aid. Urai-.n    u,smm. y, l[uUv> „,,,, Ul>. |nlu
Mr. Benedict irom New Uruns- «j l*nKll!>l1 -***** wilh whom
Wicb, was in town a lew days ■ l,as •*"■ ^nnecltil lur niai-.t
ago, visiting his old time Irieud )'c»rs-
Jesse Williams. I   i,v,,.itcd.-(.c,-ilc,...,.. to Sn
The materials lot  the   lank 'room wiih another young gcui-
bargc which is to Ih- built al the leinail      Afpl]   evenings,   Mrs
Wallace shipyards,  is now on Fillu-r, isl slreet west,
hand, aud construction work is I ,    ,    ,
to be begun at an earlv date.      L ' »   ' ' ;;' ■ sl1"'"1  ,l110"
mO^M has engiigeil Miss Lawrence   lo
Boy Wanted.—The Express ol- lake charge  ol   the   new   lorm
fers an exceptional opportunity about to In  establish^ at  tin
for a bright boy, with a  good I lustiiluM .,1,11111 school,
education, who wishes to learn I
the printing trade. Liberal The annual genual uncling of
wages will be paid to the right the board of trade will lie hi Id
boy, who is willing to learn and in the city hall, Tuesdat cvtu-
who will stay with a good job.   ing next at eight o'tlmk.   Il is
The members ol Norlh Vancouver lodge, No. 55, 1.0.O.K.,
purpose holding an assembly in
the   Horticultural   hall   in   Uu
near luture.    The arrangements   	
are in the hands  ul  a  strong ralion o( volerS| ,m l||t. |1I(yu||
committee, whose aim will   lie tlal voters- ilsts  lu.vsrs   -v   j
to make this event one ol  real Irwi„ aml A s ltlnings are no.
enjoyment to all who may par- tari„ publiC| al)(| Wl)1 u, pil><ls
tk^i* td to   ull   out   the   application
Another indication ol the ad-lWan> lor.ttn>' duIy qualtiud vut-
vaiieeiiii tit now going on in
North Vancouver, is found in
the lad tliat Wm. Cumiiiing I a>
been compelled, because ol tIngrowth ol his business, lo lease
the other hall ol '.iic binliling
occupied by him, in order lo
make room tor Increased -,to* k
and business.     This  .-.ill
hoped thai llll'le will be a ^ctul-
al rally oi llu- iiit-mlieis, in order lhat a good start mat hi
made lor lhe approaching term.
In connection with the agist
er, free ol charge.
The recent sale ol the property
of A. E. Bcashy to T. 11 Kings-
ley, is one ol llu- nuM notable
transfers ul nsuliiue properly
lhat has qnn ntOfdtd lor suine
time. The Irwin .S Billings Co,
Ltd.. acted lor both vendor and
l,l'I   ,    ,ia   ,..
*1U' purchaser.
MCI    '
PULPIT EXCHANGE
Rev. J. D. Gillam was an outgoing passenger this week bound
for Prince Rupert, where he will
Presbyterian church, fnr lhe en
take charge ol thc pulpit of the
suing six weeks. During his
absence, the pulpit of St. Andrew's Prcshvterian church will
be occupied hv Rev A McLean,
ol Westminster hall.
The opening oi the Institute
hall will be celebrated this (Friday) evening by t debate npon
the question "Should 1 spatial
tax be imposed upon bachelors"
The allirinative will be argued
by A. Biicklev, MA. and .1. M.
Frommc, and the negative bv
Rev. II. II. Gillies and ,1. M
Duvul. ('.nines, etc., will In
provided. This hull will be opal
everv evening throughout the
season beginning with this entertainment.
Upon his return (ruin Ontario
this week, P, Westovn  wal .»
computed bv his mother, Hn
.1. Weslovi-r and bv his men,
Miss II lltissev, In ith of Orillia,
who will remain on an extended
visit.
N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1909-1910
pupils
Mr. Cumming a large Hour..,__.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
and a store with  an  ixcellml!   At a vesiry meeting held   at
double front, consisting ol iwo St. John's ihuiili hall on Tu, -
large show windows and centre day evening, the lullottitig gui
entrance. jllciiicn were elected mini's and
tu. v.*.-—. i. .« o....i...«.    'people's chunhwatditis   mn t
llu• hxpress is so consistent a "  ; , , ,'     ,
"l-ooster"ol  Norlh  Vancouver 'V'V '!' ,;'r'','    " ltCUd
and its residents, that the verv -l    lc '***•*«« ^"[\\
maihnien  ap,*ears to have   bi %**" -"*** ««'« A-
come imbued with the habit.  A *-rlcUU*y-
ii.onolinc flu8 t00,k a »,an1,,   in    Tuesday night, ,. iw„t,.,i k»
the game last week, with I he ri- UIldtrtook   to  CfOM tin* lm.   m
thc 11. C. Bl  Rv. in limit ol aa
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(Ktobt-r 5—Concert.
October 7-Coiicerl.
Oetobtf 12—Dance*
iKiniiei ii Dam.
November 5—Dance,
Mr. John Alexander's
Miss Lena Duthie
Sons of Scotland
Horticultural Societt
L.O.I. No. iH|".
Novfinber-Ch.irlev's Aunt.    N. V. Dr.iiii.uu Ckh-
Deuiulaii  1   Daiiii      Iloriiiulturiil Sotielv.
.l.inuarv i:'-Annual Muting Horticultural Sotiely.
I'.tert T111.sd.1v Irmn Oiloln-r 12 tO Manli 1".    fcsjl
ol Stollainl DaMiag Class.
Dales ol Let lures will be published as .irr.ingelllents
are made*
Pot terms and eagafcBMlt "I hall, applv to
ft. TVLCtt, ftccret«rt|,
or to W. L. KLENE, FreJident, 15th St., 'phone 2)
suit that the name ol II C
Wright became closely assm 1,it
id with lhat ol General Wollle,
in the memorable event that
transpired on the plains of Abraham, some few years ago Mr
Wright modestly denies the snlt
unpen lum ttt He had not the
pleasure ol the personal aiquain-
tam ol the illustrious general,
neither did he partiiIputc In the
cast bound tar just bapnd the
pilt.lt    llnil   ' ll    W,|S   Sltlllk   bv
the lendet, u|mn whith it fell,
having Mist, lined two br.ikiti
legs. The annual was quiililt
despatthed bt CoodflCtor Uili*.
and Motiirm.ili Bird, who tn 1,
thc foriiin.iti prmliters nf tlu
prize.
1 	
prm ceding*, baton the walls ol The first evening I'll Siotttvli
Quebec. He is however, active- dames, under lhe aMpkM "1 llu
lv identified with one ol North St. Andrew's aiul Calsdodaa
Vancouver's leading industries. Society, will Ih- held 011 M'tid.it
being one nl the bKOfpofttofl October 4th, at s 11 ■ ibarp
ol tlic Seymour Luiuln-r Com- The Horiitiiltnt.il hall has Wen
pany, Limited, and also scire- engaged by the so,utt lot .-.it
tary n( tin 1 ompany, a comitur- Tuesdav evening at s p m dur
u.ll i*nlei|irisc quite as lonsplnt-  ingthewntu  months      Mem-
"■—- a     - .....       I	
ous Ior success in its spline ,,s
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^btts m.iv iiitti.iliiu Irii mis Tin
was the little British army, in ladies will lie admitted lm but
Its somewhat itMMMM negnti- a charge -will be made lor getiili
ations with General Montcalm,  men. THE  EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
FIRST ANNUAL PUPILS' RECITAL
Tha* following is the programme to be rendered by tbt pupils of Mr.
John Alexander at the first snuusl recital to be bald ia tha Horticultural Hall, on the evening ol .'uesday, Oi tobet 5th,
Part   I
 (.1' Persist] Man I „+...   Konlskiil
iln Wall/ 111 D tl.it Chopin
MISS EDNA II.WW MISS LILY McNAIR
I'lANOFORIf   Dut'l
Son The Daily Question     Mtytr-Htltta*
MRS, CHOYCE
l'i tx 11 ox 11 Solo Mssurkl ds Concert Peffmil
Miss KATHLEBN ROSS
Quarti iif.  1' *ui " crj'i nt hone]      Vail
I UK PARISH GLIB SINGERS
Sais Tin mi. v. Adam
MISS MABEL G1BBINGS
l'i tsuiii 1,11 Sow ,Prnhlingsraiuchen (Ruatli of Spring) Siadiag
MISS ERM1NIE VERNER
. Rattktl
S'as \ngui Miadonald 	
Miss MARY LA1NG
l'u sm ok ik Solo  5th Noetnrne  Ltjtatk
MISS EDNA HAY
Qi;arihif.   YeCsttt Seymour Smith
THE PARISH GLEE SINGERS
PRESENTATION OT CERTIFICATES.
Part II
I'lAS'ainiki i   SoLd      M,ti< 1.1   I.ocnhorn
GEORGE ov HAKiil.H BREAN
SoNO
... .Goodbyt Tosti
MRS I HOYCB
l'us rif Solo., ., Awakeaing ol tbe birds   Stmttt
MISS LILY MtNAIR
Miu tin
rlTTI ll'*l.    tt --"li talcs	
THE PARISH GLEE SINGERS
I'un sti Solo Dtnst dei feet  Rtiutrtt
PRANK ANDERS
Soni Absent 	
MISS MABEL G1BBINGS
. Met, iilf
PlANOIORTI   |)a 11 lb nit  VIII Humes    Gcriitilil
MISSERM1N1E VERNER d MR ALEXANDER
PuxorosTt Solo Coronation March KraJ
GEORGE BREAN
Vocal Dull 0, thtt we two wen Maying   Qttmit
MISS MARY LAINGA MR ALEXANDER
l'ltxni 'in Solo Blumenlied  tmtts
HAIt'iH.I) BREAN
LOCAL NKWS ITEMS
Wanted—girl or woman for
housework. Apply Mrs. S. D.
Schu'tS, comer Lonsdale Avenue
and Nineteenth street.
A* J. PictonWatlow and family
look tlu-ir departure* on Wednesday evening lur Prince Kupert,
where they will reside.
Mr. W. P, I'eacey.was stricken
last week with a severe attack 0
appendicitis, from which he ban
been a sufferer lor ten yean past
The operation, which his condi
tion necessitated, proved a seven
tax upon his vitality, but he rsl
lied splendidly and is now pro
gressing very favorably.
The bos social and dance belt
in the Eagles' hall Thursday even
ing by the Sons ol Kngland, prov
ed a popular and successful enter
tainiiie-nt. The hall was well rilled
with patrons, including an auto*
mobile party Irom Capilano and
another Irom Linn Valley. Ovei
forty boxes were offered by Ihe auctioneer, the total proceeds Irom
which amounted to $70. Tin
dance was thoroughly enjoyed
by all participants.
CHURCH SERVIC1CS
Methodist church, corner 4th
aud 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 st 7.30 p.m. I'astor
Rev. B. H. Balderston, B.A.
Lynn Valley Institute Hall;—
Services every Sunday morn
ing al n, and evening at 7 p.m.
St. John the Evangelist, 7th
and 13th streets;—
Holy communion 8 a.m.
morning prayer 11 a.m.; even
ing prayer 7 p. in. On the
lirst Sunday 111 the month there
will be a second celebration ol
the holy communion at 11 a.111
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
Services at St. Clement's hall
Lynn Valley: Morning prayer
II a.m.; evening prayer 7 p.m
Priest-in-charge; Rev. H. H
Gillies.
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SHOES
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SHOES
SHOES
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FOUR OPPORTUNITY
OIR FIRST STOCK TAKING SALE
You will save time and ferry charges and get
better satisfaction by leaving your dollars in exchange for shoes during this sale at
EVERYBODY'S SHOE STOKE,  139 LONSDALE AVE.
Wood £• Son
will Hart their first sale on MONDAY, OCT. 4th*
Please note thi, is a genuine sale of all their regular
goods only no bogus stock bought for it. Our
stock is too large and we must reduce it. Your
dollars are what we want—to get them we will
give more than their value.
SALE  PRICE  POR  CASH  ONLY
Wc are Practical Shoe Repairers
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 a l + t+O-t^tr+O+t+o**!.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church, 6th street:—
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school i.30 p.m.
'rayer 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
Transfer
I. AIUMN
Prt-t-rlttw
Cartage, Removals,
Parcel Delivery,
Storage
ON       IU1-SIIN4HI.K       IKIItll
OFUCl:   LONSDILE «. HEIR IUR.
Telephone 70. Night Calls 13
NORIH    .    a    a
VANCOUVER
Phone 126     Store 111 1st atreet west
DAIRY
New Clothing
For Eail
Has Just Arrived
Buy early while "there is a
large range to choose from.
Every suit is a bargain
CUMMINGS
Gent's Clothing, Furnishings, Men's,   Ladies', and
Children's Hoots and Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MHAT MARKET
Niglit delivery ol -In) - Milk kik) ir-tun;
innlity guu-iMitftMl New Uld Kjgtum IihikI;
aid) clu'lec Abbutufiinl 1 h'Hiucrjr Miller. ninl
Iei- I'reum
PL uiie Iif'        I.f aw ni'ler*. it "nre,
WM. PHILIP Prop.
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Und Clearing, Slump anil Rock
Wafting. Extra care nuar houiei.
All alining,., mail,, good.
EMPLOYMENT     AlllNCV
• nd Ml.    ,Vml ..I LoaiBdaaU
F. O   Box 11
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Board of
Trade meets the third Tueiday
ol each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meeti the firit
Tuesday of each month. D. G.
Dick, President; .1. R. .1. Murray, Secretary.
W.   11.  UTIINIY
W, ft  MoaMlluS
Sole agenta lor Muri-wn. thi- Inui
material fnr walla and t'eiling"
Plionr- RflO
W. H. STONEY ® CO.
Bigni of every deeoription
Wall papers, Paintt, Oils, Varnishes. Ac
House Painting  (Hasing, Paper Hanging, Kaleonining
Decorating, etc.
WEDDING
RINGS
Phone 37
Artistic Designs Sound Workmanship
Moderate Prices
LAW & KNOWLES
P.O. Box 26
AaBCHITBCTfl  AM)   Bl HUMERI
We Can Design and We Can Build
Art bought for, Imt "ot by women, lit the fair sex an- often
consulted about the puichase,
nr th*)' should lit*. Wadding
rings cannot lie too good in
quality—thoy nre not everyday
puri liases. We have them ia
heavy solid -{old, guaranteed
to last I |M( liletitne. In
other styles of rings we easily
take llu* laid in varietv, quality and low prices. Huy \ mir
jewelry hen- and you will get
llu- lust value for ynur timm \.
GRASSIE & CO.
318 Cambie Street
Canyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
THE FINEST TOURIST RESORT ON THE
B C. COAST
AUTOMOBILE STAGE meets emycaral end ol Keith
Koad Line, Nurlh Vancouver.
Kales t2 50 per day and upwards.
1'. LARSON,
Proprietor.
I- CANCELLOR,
Manager
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jj NORTH  VANCOUVER  -SUBDIVISION
Wt linn- liail lilnreil oll our hatnls fnr quick mile this bluck "I -"»*>-f.jt.t luls, Kill'-
][    ill iHi.ni i.f l.li.cks'.'K, ft, N ami ill, Histriet Lot 198,
' > Thi- is uu exceptiniinl oppoftoaltj I" REAP I.AIKiK HKTt'ltNS Irmn n filial]
11   iniMtmi-nt lur the following rotiOBi:
jj It is Close to the Inlet at the Mouth o( Seymour Creek
It Adjoins   the   Progo ed Second  Narrows Bridge,
Ami will only be a few minut'--' ride fruin lhe Centre of Vancouver City
li   Then* arc 171 Int. ill the hlock nml ahuiit Inilfnt them hnve already heen sold.
The   --HeM   are   low
iiiv-ii i tta
$250
Corners
$300
East Terms
Oncl-iflh, ('null,
balance, I qnirterty
luivlllellls.
Martinson & Co.
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Hal Estate iiiiii I iii in niii c Agents
NORTH VANCOUVER, R.O. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
These are llu- numbers that
latitk inn In a  loo piece china
dinner set.
13994 172:1 ,swi77 hiiiq IvJihii
si.!!* (9413  5H271S  siS247 iSr>72.^
II   mu   hate  nut  draws   nne
yet, ymi certainly will sunn.
Hath month Irom 1 lit* duplicates
ol the cnupniis plated in the
s,nks ol Koyal Standard l-'lnur
leaving our mills, we draw ten
numbers. When you secure one
ol these, you are entitled to 11
dinner set (lee nl charge. You
probably know many ol the winners. Watch lliis paper each
month for your turn.
Royal Standard Klmir is the
Insl and purest flour on tlu.-
market in Western Canada today* lt is a superior flour—not
merely dillcrmt, but superior.
Manufactured bv
nilllliill u 'jiiiiiu
VANCOt'VKU B. 1.
-* J. W. BALMAIN
IMI      KMllNKRH
 i I vnri,t,,r nnil Arehitrrt
■'Mill   VAM'lirVKR
"Apple Day," Octobuf tt, will
.see lhe Washington apple in all
its glory, Visitors to tin- ex-
posilliin will know thai il is apple day even before the car-loads
nl apples aie distributed,   du
everv avenue  and   walk  ol   the
grounds, tn say nothing ni the
uildings, will !>e 'leiiii'.i'ul uuh
the luscious Iruit.
ex,is ilav   ill  (Iiiiilu I   '.  will
see broncho boating inhibitions
and tattle branding trtunv in
the sladiiiin. ln lhe parade lhe
I.niie Star people plan a historical pageant, while al ni-'lr. [he
Kail nl the Alalllo,"   11,11    be
picturesquely reproduc.il in  tie
si,iiiinui,   snowing   t"e   lea 1 fm
light and lasl slam! ni "ie lillle
hand nl Tex.ins.
The democratic st itt cmiuuit-
tee is planning a rons'ng ct'lc-
braiinn in honor nl Williotn fen-
nings Bryan, whn is to Sat the
guest of the exposition, October
12th.
The American Institute ol
Mining Engineers has its il.it at
the exposition, October t' lhc
•,n technical
ecluii'.;, while
the evening will be given np In
sight-seeing over the grounds.
day will he spent
discussion .uu
NKI.SON
! >r Hoot dud Shoe Repairing
anil Custom NVork   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. Mil,I.S
Pioneer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Ball
.-I.' omphell Hope, CA,, Col,
All  IIITEt'T
Iai Street,  /'. "f SI. Andrews
\orth Vancouver
The two moat eventful occur-
rentes ol the week in mining circles' are, lirsl the announcement
tilinl the Silver King mine will
resume shipnienis on October 1,
alld second is the striking ol a
four loot lead nil lile [nurlh level ol the Nugget mint', Sheep
creek.
Government Agent H. Wright,
this week heard the application
ol lhe tilv ol Trail lor a water
record mi Cambridge creek, for
citv purposes. Tin- application
was opposed by the Violin Power Cninpanv. Decision was given iii lavor of Trail.
The sixth annual meeting ol
lhe Canadian Mining Institute,
was held lllis week, ll was attended by R. W, Bmtk, nl Ottawa, director ol ilu* geol gi' ■'
survey ol Canada, and bv Wm.
Fleet Robertson, provincial min- jwas 2119,444
0V1,K LKNIKNT BY-LA*
Tin- Incident recorded in last
week's issue, ill ninth a   prollil-
neiii 1 in/in ni Nm ih Vancouver
was attacked by .1 vicious dog,
brings td light the fact that ihe
city pound bylaw, is nut so
Stringent in Its provisions In
COVer SUch eases as 11 might be,
in order to adequately tare lot
the salety  ol citizens,      The
bylaw provides lhat in ease   ul
complaint .ig.unst a dug because
nl ns iiiiiiii}, upon notification
by lhe pound keeper, the owner
shall have lhe option "I dcslrny-
ing lhe animal ni keeping il in
dose confinement under chain,
and 111 1,ise nl a suiilld COlll-
plallll before either ol these   is
done, the authorities may impound lhe dug Inl |S hours, and
unless lhe litis ale paid and tin
,innn,il removed by the owner,
ami eiiliei' destroyed or chained
uii within ihat iinie, ihe authorities mat dcsliiit lhe animal.
In lhe light nl \esleiday's occurrence, ilus provision appears
altogether too cumbersome, too
round-about lor public salety,
The police might consistentl] be
git en peremptory powers in smh
cases,   such    as    ttnlllil   ensure
prompt .uui decisive action lor
ihe protection nl citixeaa,
CANADIAN CROPS
The Census and Statistical
Monthly, Issued by the department ni agriculture al Ottawa,
in the September mustier, just
tn hand, gives lhc following statistics relative in the crops this
uar, throughout the dominion
For the whole of Canada, the
estimates nf production baaed nn
the reports nl a large stall nl
correspondents,  show  lor   tail
wheal a yield nf lh,700,1  bushels, and lor spring wheal 151,-
686,000 bushels, being 2^.22 and
21,39 bushels per at re respectively, Tlic total yield is [68,386,-
ooo bushels, or 11.73 bushels per
acn as against 124,690,000 llms-
hels at lhc same dale lasl year.
I),ils with an average yield ol
38.13 bushels per acre gives an
aggregate oi 334i9l9,ooo bushels
and ballet   tt Uh all average    nl
30.53 bushels givt.s an aggregate
nl 56,975,000 bushels.     At the
Same date last vear the estimate
nmi bushels fnr n.ils
WATCH FOR THE CAR TO
North Lonsdale
Tha best buw in tlii* diitricl an- fur iala by
JACK LOUTET
Telephone L89
213 Lonsdale Ave
Nl'.W WKST.UINM....
I'clcpllnllc tnlll|i.lilt
I  lien   COPpCI   11 He
The B. C
is sl ringing
Unin ilus city I" Blaine
Thill sday, October 13, Will Inllie dale nl the Sinlllsh games
at iln- provincial exhibition.
At a recent meeting ol the
I.nwer Mainland Milk Assotiation in this cilv, an advaiiic nl
'.. cents per gallon, on the price
,ai milk, and H cents per gallon
nu lhe price ol cream, was made
for the winter months.
The government dredge, King
halliard, will be idle lor several
weeks, the crew being plated in
quarantine on account oi one ol
their number having contracted
diphtheria.
li.ilogist.
The I'.lll'cka   Plainer Cnllip.Uiy
ol Woodstock, Ontario, will probably establish a breach business in Kamloops.
D. 0, WOn, I'ropri-tur
.1 full nnd i-oiii;,'*!/- KM nf Hi ntrill,
A'rin'l., Ihirij I'niiliieli, Ftmtr nml I'rttl,
Viijrlnlilrr, lite., isstsfl '"'"''•
I'.ll la I*,   lla.ill* 111 .11 jM,rlM>ltlli   "itt
IV. Ii'-ili Ruiiil ami Mii'imi Ii-um1
ftattll        .Xorlh Vituoir.ei
Good
News
Preserving fruit*
PBACHE8      PLUMS,
CRABAPPLES,   BTC,
Fnr   s.ile   bt   iln-   rase.
B.si   Fruits  .u   Lowest   Prices.
Abo   lull   stock   nf   fresh
GROCERIES snd
DAIRY  PRODUCE
llll Hi I ('UNI PARLOR
J.   I>il I «l IL   I'l "|).
li, 1.mis,bile At elllle
I. O.O. K.
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
5,1., meets every Thursdny evening, corner Lonsdale avenue nnd
First street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting .brethren cordially invited to
attend. Edwin Peers, N. 0.;
Thos. S. Nye, Kec.-sec; J. H.
Pilling, Fin.-«ec.
fpraaE/ai&aBiHsra^MaiHaaBisfaii?
IFor Good Photos
Car butt
a nee
I
3
il
I
g iKirtHr 10 I llllll > Ronlim
J Conurl   o»ll>l,- « latplaliodr
SPiicea rcitsoiifible
Results   1,11,11 illltl-l'll H
laafi^ivMBIBIBraiHBrais^^
Na, 1 scuse iin-i lor not
BUYING THAT   PIANO
Contracting In several hundnd
pianos, |}75a 00 to {430.00 grades
Sl ,1 lm; ent (min M.inulai Hulls'
Wholesale Prices, enabh ■ us to
ship in
CARLOAD LOTS
nud bv tin- "new harness sys
telii," laving In us many dollars
iii freights slonc, we an- now
selling
PopuI.tr   Dependable   Pianos
$-75   s.'iii   Ijoo  I333
|6,oo [0 -in oa pa 1 month
When ton deal withui tin get lie
Iiest llul I ni Lai 01 it Pi inoCoh
a ISM IN Wl -11 *S CtN IDA, b.ii kl d
by )8 rsAM i-ku iicai i ipi Mt.* 1
and an sbundsoce ol 1 spital, 1 a
live
Montelius Piano House, lid
111-411 Hatllnq* Strr-t 0*0
Vsncouver,      •      •       B.C.
alld 49,488,000 bushels fnr bailey,   (nhn crops compared with
last tear show 8,184,000 bushels
peas against 7,667,00b, beans 1,-
311,000 against 1,282,000, buckwheat 7,794,000 against 7,727,-
000, mixed grains 19,524,000 a-
gainst 19,380,000, rye 1,708,00a
against t,711,000 bushels, and
hav and cloVCT  10,246,300   tons
■gainst 11,128,000 tuns. All
held crops except hat aiiil clover
show higher averages per acre
than at the s,uiit' dale lasl tear.
Comparing the cereal imps ol
wheat, oats and baric) it uh 1
timates made for the same date
1 ISt tear, the tnlals nl wheat ill
ilu* Maritime provinces an ).-
300,000 against 1,179,000 bushels
nl oais  17,328,000 against |6,-
268,000   Inishels   allil   nl   ballet
4c/h,nun against 1117,' bushels
in Quebec the estimates for the
wheat crop are 1,648,000 against
[1,583,000 bushels,  Inr nals 44,-
390,000 against 37,'i-n, 1»"< bns
hels iiiiii Inr ballet 2,86o,000  .1-
jr.iinst 1,301,000 bushels, la Ontario, where fall wheat is chiefly
grown the total estimate is, lbi
wheat   16,153,000 against   17,
374,000 bushels lasl War at llli
same dale*   lol   ".lis   105,389,	
sgainst 108,796,000 bushels, and
lm- barley 19,726, igainal M
711, im-dii Is.   On account ol
summer droath in thc ceatral
p.uis nl tin province oats and
la,illit   ban   ineli shnll 111 sltatt
ilu year, bat ihe heads havi
rUled well,
Manitoba, Saskatchewan  sad
Alberta, slum as compared with
the same lillle lasl year,    I |i
285,000 bushels wheal  against
104,05 |,000, (87,802,000 bushels
nals agaittSt  tO7,86o,0O0 alld .11-
893,000 bushels barley against
15,951,000, The Iiiii winds ol
August reduced the estimate ol
wheal In 1,628,000 bushels in
Manitoba and bv 6,375,1)00 bush
els iu Saskatchewan Irom the
estimates at the end ol Julj -font
tin* earlier ripening iii iiii grain
in Allien.! gave an lucres*
7.' i.miii bushels,
Tlu  lowest quotations k'vi"
iy com ipoftdentS hate Iiiiii l.i
ken iii computing the pro lui 1
I crops and .ill highei quota
linns have lueii iIimaided whi 11
a range ni bight*] and lower
yields has been reported.
Pulthere In  the
111.1 k . ■ r \    In und
there   In   the   service
Ihese  M.l. Pure Points
alone can diva.
Il is no h irl thing to
make a paint that
in the cm
i,r louodi go afl II)
the adt'ei'ii■:• g snd
YOU couldn't tei the
did rente befon hand,
Hut il is nnt K easy to
put togethi r the pun st
material- in the must
expert sray and then
tn add "in* apecial
i ingredient greatly
ten tbe paint's Iin
—and that's what you
get when you buy
HJNH
A SNAP
■'OUR ACRES CLOSE TO L0N8DALK AV
This will niukr .1 good subdivision.
Prices ami ti nus rifjlit.
ALEXANDER Mini £. CO.
Lonsdale Avenue, nc.tr Ferry
riioni's—Oflice 24 I louse 22
NOKIII VANCOUVER
e.in|.ii.ll ,1 fii.ii.ri
l'ii'|.rn-liira
STEAM
LAUNDRY
♦
Everything neu   snd up to-date.     All clasaes of  laundry
work lor lintels, houses, individuals, etc.
Piftt-claN viork  liy  latest and  best  methods.     City  and
district delivery,     Moderate charges.
Have your Launbry Wind doiie locally,
III 111 llllll I   -AH WORKS:
' I Ilh Slreet, last
DOWN IOWN 011 It I
V lonsdsle Ave
Fnrtv
PAINT
ton,  ttH  every
PBlnl 1 1 purp ' .' nl.elcliy
Imperial Varalth ,\ Colot
Co., Limited, uf Toronto.
Always in full stuck at
NORTH VANCOUVER
HARDWARE CO.
L0c.1l Agents
All new houses should be pi|i-
ed lm gas in nrdel to save the
heavy expenditure for this con
tetiii-nce at a later date.
N. V. UOBT, IIKAT*
POVBI CO , UMIT8D,
I.nnsdali- Ave
HERE
Niw enterprise on  Lonsdale Avenue,  No.  443
Batwrin Ilia an.l 'ill, streets.
The North Vancouver Piano Co. &
SCHOOL 01 MUSIC
Will Mil jriin any jiiitriimeiil OOSOot atul Isash toujhowtri play
lln'iii    L..«i'c ymir piano (iiiiiii^ StdOT It this plset,
Call and tta ut    Kaiy lerni. antmi'lfl to 1..11.
Ai.l. 800DI ANH Wn|:Ki(,r.lklNTEEI»
Hmi WtttailiUr Laml Hixlrirl
Distrui ni Nm Westminster
TAKE NOTICE that William
Robert Stanle]. ol Vancouver,
occupation, rancher, intends to
applj fnr permission lo purchase
iln- following described  lands
I.'n aa lis 11).. T t  nl  less, minim 11
cing at .1 post planted aboui 1 \
ll,illls   SOUth   nl   lhe   snlllli
iil'llel' n| lot   |2J9,  Iiiiilu    .'mill
■"a 1 hains. thence east in chains,
thence north Bo chains,  thence
tte-,1   |'i chains ninii   nl   li ss   In
the point nl commencement
WAI. ROBT STANLEY
perWM DALZIEL DUKE
Agent
Dated August 34, I90),     413
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
Wi ' ui  handle as many more.     If you are tlimkiiiK of building
se* us and talk the matter over
CAMPBELL iis MILLER
2'i'i Lonsdale Ave.
Nurtli Vancouver
Home  Made
BREAD
Cakrj, Paltry, Conleeliuury
Hem Material!
HnMiinirs ami h\\\
iH Lonsdale Avenne
COAL
NEW wi 1 MNOTOlt (.mi
ilir,,i iroiu Ilm nutiM.
Pl.ee tonr a.rilaT* now anil
•wurf tanir ristaw'l -ii|,|,li
iiiiauienl" mil arriva
in a le* al a*.. Priesl n.-lit.
Urn* sepplj of Win HI
< "II a.niil
P.   LARSON
II* ti I North A'ancouver
Telephone No 2.
all Mnda *■ Mi-i'ii snd tnl qtn I una-
lun, Sta.ra. 11 le*. Hank  ami liar I'm*
tUpallifaf In all il. Iiran '..
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MAIL iJKl)ER8|i«»n pr-mi-itattantion
ATE1NTS
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THE EXPRESS
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liuillth.
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-lllelmiu-etliicunirael KlveriiacDKlitl
len i I ■       Inter bj
It win sai I. ar.' ;*nli|icilliii|.
in l! I     ■ ll
NiiKIII   \ IM i'I M
*  .   i,
A C A SAD l.\N NAVY
li n is poaaible lor .i popula
nmi ui upwards ol iia millions
ui pcopli i" Lie iinanimotu upon
.lilt    OOe   a|llesllia|l,    ll    lll.lt    lllllll
ili-niK be am rted that tin Ci
n.iili.iii citizenship is ,i rait. in
i.na,i ni ilu* dominion discharg
in-; lui lull sli.u, ui tin obliga-
tiuii devolving iipun ih,* outlying portions ol tin Itiitish Km
pin, ili.it each sh.ill contribute
its (aii quota lo defend ilu in*
tlTtsls    ul    lilt     illlplli     .illd     lu
in.nut.iin its integril) iu tin
i.m ui 11,it aggressol.
The working out ol Un di laili
mil devolve upon tin represent
ativa "i ilu peuph ,a Ottawa,
,illd till.litter pi.ill   lll.it    llllllll
.itt 1 > be adopted, then is no
duiiiii th,u it mil receive ilu
loyal adherent!   ul ihe citizen
ship. It ,ippi,ils tu I,,* pt.uli-
t.llll    ,is llle.l    .it    prist IU,    tll.lt
Canada  uill proceed  i.. build
ami   t"  equip   dependent
min ui im Hun, ilu* intention
Inin); iu expend eleven million
dull.lis, I,,i llus purpOM 111 Iim
It,lis.       Hull   ,ltl   llu  illllltlllllis
connected a uh tins portion ol
llu   si In ine.     11   mil   U   ttit
supposed, however, tint England t.itt ,illuiv her naval reserves   tu   lie   ill,111 11   Upon   tu   ,ill\
large extent ur ,is a permanent
order ol afiairi, tor manning colonial navies.
It ttuiiliI appear in I.e aii  inevitable feature ul any attempt
lu lillilil up a Canadian navy,
lhat llial nal)  musl be manned
h\ Canadian seamen. The adoption ui sllt.ll ixpcdliiils as the
I,aim.ill,,n ul Natal UtstlH  l.i.i
gun ai Important centra, is a
mini); outcome ui ihe unit iltish
ui enthusiasm that uuiks in.
movement, but whether ihe nc-
ussan   penuanenc)   ol  supply
nl   llli   propel   lli.iUll.tl   tall    lie
uia,iiunl through smh iiii'.uis,i.s
iu sa) the leant, extremely problematical,    lhe int thud ul ftt-
lliaiuni ami sallslaUult sulu-
Uuli ul lilt piuliliill, lUUsl In
liasui  iipun   liiiuialiiilll.il   itillili-
tiona, Commander Crawlord,
in command ol His liajeat*, s
luitts un tins mast has given all
expert opinion as iu ilus feature
.il Uu problem, lhat Is ul a valuable nature,
Commando Crawlord stated
nh a i what w.is needed  iu  this
luiiniit   ttas iu iltttlup |   sea-
laring  population,     .Nu navj
ullld In* lllllll Up ul lallillllliliils
Seamen wen required io ull lhe
pusiiiuns.   A iiiii ur race accus
luined  lu  the sea,  it llll a lule
iui ilu sia, inu having i knowledge ul the sea uas a Ueti'ssiti
ll a nai) «as lu ainuunl to ant
thing,
Tlie Bngliah,French .unl Dutch
hate proved llitmstUts lile besl
s.uluis in the itullil. l'iaili ul
these luiuilries has a latgc SOO-
Imalil,   and  a  laige  pall  ul    UM
t.ist llial,. I la, , \peinl Ul.it .llll
Mini ul iiiulli i  ami I,i gtl  t.ililt*
iur ii, iii iiu- sh.ii*, ui modern
ships ul tt.ii       Hi,  latest ,kin
Dunn ui iluii l. r Brodeur,
that it is hoped iu be able to
i.uild ihusi ships i,_t Canadian
Workmanship, out ol Cana liun
material ami on C.iu.i<li.tu toil,
lllll UHit llllll lilllltl.sal ippro
v.,1.
Is ii iiui i i.ui, however, Unt
la  lllll   lilld   lllal   Iln    Hai
dun,uliits hate ui iu i,i faced,
•illil    lii'l    ships   alt    liiull   ,,mi
equipped, lm  iln ,-iusiia.n tvill
Iluii I*'     II..« all llus, ibipi u,
in manned      In ordei t-.
ilu aholi problem, Ur. Brodem
. end  lu Ills slali
innil tin phrase,    .mil manned
ill.nil ill  siaiui ii s,uii |v
* *.*   * irn I ih iii ui
a
•li.it In has enumerated,
T" tion is - When  ,,i,
. obtained     Ihii
ugni/il b] piaiiuai uuh
1 'I     .ili.l li.n.il Hull. ,, . tli,  maj*
ui problem (ran iiu licwpoint
ui iiu iiniisii possessions. In
reply lo Uu qoeotioa addn
iu iiiiii, uini, in uu nn ol
im,   Has Australia Uu u
Ulan a 111 lajoi   Ci-n lal
'•I Olgl    I ;i lull  iiul,iliil   ' Nu,   1
think nut ttaps fm Huik ui
other kitei an tu-,, iii.;ii I,,
tempt ii*in ui tin ngiu il.,
till  .UMpl.iliu     U   llu   small   p.,t
allowed in iln navy.  Ihi
iinin uiu mil piui,.iMt In lound
population   maka   ita   living
Hum  lishilig ur ill  the  nn Ran
uh- uiai iiif. in Canada thing*
an   iliiiiiiut.      The acceasiblc
..aiil is sill,ill alld lllal  pall
imt  highly  developed   at  any
i.ite a,n tins mast.   Capt.Cra*
nggisis thai im develop
mint ui fisheries ul iln province
will iii a lorward step in this
matte) ol providing man inr the
llatl. The   lishiTii..   an    nn
doubted))  nth, and it Inn devel
upul,   a   large   niimlifl   nl   llllll
mil In imployed nhn mil be
hardy nisfsnrs
Anothei tvaj ui developing the
luu lut tlu si., is tu develop ths
luiiniit adjoining iln sia. The
development ol u would  mean
minii in ilu right direction
laiiililiiig ill i,iiln.its. Uu ilc.ir-
lag ,,i tin laml, Un opening ol
lhe lliun s, the gi in lal silllillg
ul   llll  si.ilm.Hal    all  Itullhl  Mnl
iu iU\tl,ip a ian ui people with
a luii iui ami sympathy witli
llli  st.i, alld ttuulii bl ulli  ul tilt
Movements iii tin direction
ui providing nun hu iln navj
Tin suggestion made l'i i "in
iiiaiulit i i.niiutil, mill reference
tu the 11111111111111111  ui  lilt
ns ui British Columbia, I
pui.illv api. in this connection.
lh,   possibilities ut ilu-. dun
Hull   mat   Ih   gUagcd   ll'illt    tin-
iiniii.iimn ul l-ui I'.altt.mi Mui
iis.  p ttiniii    i,I   Ni it i< .iiii.11. iini,
tthu  I- qUOtad as hating dn lal
id in London that tlnn   wonld
.liiliuiltf in obtaining tn
iiiuii<.«.   itms  im   .I,  batik
ships,  num  among  Uh   Nm-
luiindlatiil hsll, mu li Tin pus
aibilitn i ui iiii lish,ins IndUst
tt ui ilus provinci in.iv reasonably   1"   Inld iu in  equal   to
ilm . ui Nmiuiimllaiid, l.ut UH*
futtllli.ilelt   tint   hat.   Imll    al
lowed iii l.ill almost i uiu Ivelv
intu the h, ind ui ,i I it ii p'uplis
and foreign races, whom sub*
ai, .in i. I,, i xploil oui iislutn S
b,i   iIn ir  p. i • .n.il  aggrandU
Ad Acre Lot on 19th Street
For $375
and also
A. SOft. Lot od 19tb Street
For $630
Are offered by
ELDER MURRAY CO.
Tht    Shtrwin-Williamt   Paintt    Cover   iht    Earth
HEATERS
MILLINERY
ARE Ynr IS SEARCH Of A HAT!
sit/li, durability, und u c ist thai agrees with your
pocket ure three ttstntials to bt considered tan-
,1,11,1.
In my runt/i of huts uou urr sure to find these
three.  CALL AND BE CONVINCED.
MISS OURLE
itt l.iiiis.fiile Avenue        Xorth  Vancoiiver
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suns DRUGS AND MEDICINES
A T   VANCOUVER   PR ICES    ...
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US  A   TRIAL   ON   YOCR
NEXT ORDER. ITIOXli to
r. s. tho.n.is. /'hm. n
Our laiKe assortment ul Heating Stoves has just ir-
rived (rom the factory, We have everything from thc
cheapest air tight to to the most expensive hot blast.
Our prices art* right and the stoves are the very best
made.
♦••♦••
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Paine  ®, McMillan   T
The Pioneer Hardware L^j
iiiiiiiiiiii
Sherwin-ttHlliamt   Paintt   Ceter   iht    Etrtt
lliuse whu are not, and never
uill be, Canadian, and fur inducing mir own people and inch
others as uill become naturalized uii/itis, to develop ihis mag
iiitiieiit    source   ol   national
■leallh.
iii undertaking to build iv.u-
slups, Canada is nuking ■ r.uli-
i.il ilepariure, she is venturing
iipun a miiim iHuus problem and
it is imperative that the greatest foresight be exercised, in
order ih.it every phase ol the
undertaking be given due con-
subi.iiinn,  and ihat  adequate
provision  be   made,   as   lal    as
possible, Inr every contingency
th.it in.iv arise.
For Office Stationery try
Norih Vancouver
The Express
r
Transfer «■
r.   Ill KMIS
Pra,*iri- Inr
i in 1 all.uia, and -uu ttill   lllllll  and    lllllllialell    Ul   CSTTJ
hale to bllllg yOUl lllal
ilus   ami   all   Imm   tin    nihil
themselves .ami iheii mom j nut
,i tb, lutinut     Hmi Ii crying
This iiilitii.iini Lun   ued iui ihe bringing in nl mn
nn nt   ui legislation as mil   ri cm    onl
problem,    ll is not to   In   uaberici irom the |*os-,issiuii  ul
Cartage( Kemovnls,
Parcel Delivery,
Btorage
US      UKABUNAIII.lt    TKIItlH
■M    WIIHHH. IHS WHARF
I Hephnne ; - Night Calls IJ
DON'T
FORGET
11 a   .lU.ita M17J  !" Ot* I-
SWIFT'S PREMIUM
HAMS and BACON
also
PREMIUM COOKED
HAMS
■ III   tl*    I    '.UT   1  II II "I   la,'
b-a-lt" II.
C.R.MCKMAN
GROCER
|,')ii«Hiili- Ave mul Nl, st
Stanley
Heights
THE Bt Al IIV SPOT Of NORTH VANCOUVER
situated on tlie Beautiful Sunny Southern Slopei overlooking Hurrard Inlet,
and our fair city.
LARGE VIEW LOTS $100
CORNERS
$120
TERMS   $5.00 Cash |  $5.00 per month or $125 per week*
NO INTEREST NO TAXES
JONES & FRANKLIN
and S. F. MUNS0N
PHONL 070
OPI N EVENINGS
441 PENDER ST.
N.R,   In cum of tin- iliiilli nj tin pweAawr, hi.--or htr loirs ahull receive a char
lilh luiiiii tot, t'-illtniit fiirtlnr inttjiiii ul Iiunii nnnli. 6
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Ill
A special session ol ihe district council was held Tuesd.iy
evening last. There were present Councillors Robson, Davison and Allan. Reeve McNaught
presided.
F. W. Caulfeild interviewed
the council with reference to
having the waterworks system
at Caulleilds, municipalized.
This system has cost $10,000 to
date and carries with .1 water
records on Cypress creek, lhc
reeve explained that no action
had as yet been taken in the lot-
mation oi water dislricts in the
west end of the district,hut that
when such was done, Mr. Caul-
fcild's interests would be (ten
every consideration.
Mr. Caulfeild submitted a plan
ol subdivision of the eastern
portion of D. L. 811, which was
approved.
A. G. l'erry, local manager ol
the B. C. El. Ry. Co., submitted a plan of the extension of Ibe
lines ol the company ilivough
Lynn Valley. The plan wus
approved subject to the understanding thai the track would
be laid seven lee'- butt Uie centre ol the pipe line road,
Mr. l'erry lurther stale I ihat
the matter of the extension oi
the tramline at Lonsdale north,
from the present terminus to
James street, was receiving the
attention of the company's engineer, and the extension would
probably bc authorized in the
near future.
Reeve McNaught and Councillor Robson were appointed representatives at the approaching convention ol the union u.
ti. C. municipalities.
The   reeve  and   the   dismct
tin k, were appointed 1 D> mii.il
tee tio prepare a list of suggested topics for consideration   by
the convention.
J. Loutet wrote, directin- lhe
sttention of the council to the
advisability of securing several
suitable sites for bridges across
the Capilano. Clerk to reply
that council will keep the matter in view.
RequestB (or roads were received from A. Russell, H. .1.
Watson and W. Evans, and the
engineer was instructed to prepare specilications in each case,
and to call for tenders.
Hans of subdivision were submitted as follows: Several
blocks in D. L. 2023, referred
back for amendment; lots 4, ,s,
12, 13, 19 and 23, D. L. 555, ap-
proved; block 55, D. L. 600, approved.
District Engineer Cameron reported that he had inspected the
roads that had been built at
Rosyln and that they were of
good workmanship witli lhc exception that several culverts
would need to be installed. He
recommended that the sum ol
I750 be paid on the council's
porlion of the cost, the remainder to he paid when the culvcris
are properly installed. Recommendation adopted.
Engineer Cameron made >.i\ interim report wilh reference to
repairs to Capilano bridge, .mil
council issued instruction.*, trill
relerence thereto.
Engineer   Cummin   reported
that  Hollyburn  wharl is now
aboui completed.
District Clerk I'hilip siilniiitt-
**d a proposal It'iiu S. M. Rtvdt*
baker to lhe cfii-cl thai if lie
weir given an exclusive passcn*
ger license lol nexl season, Irolll
the street tar terminus to Capilano, he would pul on a large
tally-ho automobile and several
additional touring cars and prepare in every way to handle a
large trallic. Ik would also
reduce the fares and otherwise
cater to increased travel. Clerk
to reply that council will take
the matter into consideration.
A petition duly signed by
owners representing over one-
half ol the property values in
the district, was presented in
favor of the J ,1,0,000 loan bylaw
and thc bylaw was read and
finally passed. A resolution
was passed that the bylaw be
submitted to the ratepayers on
October 12th, and thai a polling
booth be established at Lonsdale
north and at the Institute hull,
Lynn Valley. Alexander Philip
was appointed returning oflicer.
A petition for local improvement work on Centre road was
submitted.      The  bylaw   was
read and linally passed. Resolved that this bylaw be submitted to the electorate at the
same time and place as the loan
bylaw.
A petition for Improvements,
under the local improvement
clause, for Hoskins road, tins
read and a bylaw was introduced. Resolved that the bylaw be
laid over for the present, for
amendment, and that il be included with a series of later bylaws.
It was resolved that Capilano
valley waler district be formed
embracing all that territory lying west of the Lynn Valley
water district, and the city of
North Vancouver, east of Capilano river and south ol D. L.
593, and tliat a petition be circulated for signatures, to procure a loan lor the purpose.
With reference to the proposal
that the district give financial
assistance to the ferry company
it was resolved that if the board
of directors would submit, before the end of the year, a statement of accounts for six months
showing a financial loss, the
council would submit a bylaw
at the general election to authorize a contribution equal to
one half the said loss, the total
sum thus contributed not to
exceed $2,000.
The clerk was instructed to
call for tenders for clearing the
school site at Lonsdale north.
Council adjourned at 11.40 to
meet again Thursday evening.
District of Sorth Vancouvor
A HY-LAW
To enable the Corporation of
lhe District of North Vancouver to raise by way of loan
tlie sum of $30,000 for the
purpose of augmenting the
General Revenue ol the District.
His Honor, Judge Wm. Ward
Spinks, of Kamloops, has retired from the. bench owing *'o failing health. Judge Spinks had
served continuously for twenty
years as coimtv court judge,having been appointed thereto in
1889.
groceries
Pr:Visio,*s
boots AND SHOES
oeNts' fU^NisHiNg
Our
aim is to -.jive satisfaction
m onr custom rs.
Our delivery goes to all pans nl
llie l lit.      ll tllll ll.lte llll tei.*
phons leave  lour MBS ami
our delit'eiv iiill call.
DODDS ts
TYSON
Col
I :  I*   |i|lilll'
8th St. and
•I1
l.OIISll.lli
Piii'liiiioml HrHoRii District
NOTICE is hereby giun ihat
I shall, on Monday, the 1st il.it
of November, I'lu'i, al the hour
ol in o'clock in the forenoon, at
lhe Cit] Hall, Nortli Vancouver, II. C, hold a Court ol Ri-
visioii, lor the purpose ol lu-ar-
ing and ilettiliiiliing anv ami all
objections to the retention ol
inv name or names on Uie Register ol Voters for the Riihinoml
Electoral District.
Dated   at   Nortli   Vaniouver,
this 22nd day of Si-pliinbir,i9oo.
THOMAS SHEPHERD
Registrar of Voters for the
Richmond Electoral District.
ii
3rd slreet, cur  Lonsdale avi
BLACKSMITHING
HORSESHOEING
ITEEL woKK
CARRIAGE WORK
ETC, KTC.
Tool Sliarpenin-j a specialty
WHEREAS a petition tUted
as to each signature and signed
by Uie owners ol more than one-
hall in value ol the Real Property ill the Dislriel ol North
Vancouver, as shewn by the lasl
revised Assessment Roll, has
been presented to lhe Council ol
the said District requesting them
to introduce and pass a %-laW
to authorize them lo borrow
the sum of $30,000 for the purpose ol augmenting the General
Revenue ot llie Corporation;
\ND WHEREAS it will be
necessary to raise annually by
special rale the sum ol $1,885
lor the term of thirty years for
the repayment of the said Loan
and for interest thereon at the
rate ol four and one-half per
cent, as hereinafter provided;
AND WHEREAS the value of
the whole rateable property in
the said District according to
the last revised Assessment Roll
amounts to $3,054,829;
AND WHEREAS the aggregate of the Debenture Debt of
the Municipality (except for
works of local improvement) including the Loan hereby authorized amounts to $75,000;
THEREFORE the Reeve and
Council of the Corporation ol
the District of North Vancouver
in Council assembled (wilh the
assent of the Electors of the
District duly obtained) do hereby enact as follows, viz.;
1. It sha,l be lawful for the
Council for the purpose aforesaid to borrow or raise iby way
of loan from any person or persons, body or bodies corporate,
who may be willing to advance
the same upon lhe credit of tin-
Debentures hereinafter provided
for of this Corporation a sum or
sums of money not exceeding in
the whole the sum of $30,000,
and to cause the same to be
placed in the Bank of British
North America in North Vancouver, to the credit of the. Corporation for the purpose of augmenting the General Fund of
the Corporation.
2. Debenture Bonds of the
Corporation to the amount ol
$30,000 in thc whole may be
issuul by the Reeve alld Clerk of
the Corporation in terms of the
Municipal Clauses Act in sums
as 111,1V lie desired, but not ex-
tttiling $iii(iii each. Bach of said
Debenture Bunds shall be sigii'il
by the said Reeve and Clerk and
shall be sealed with lhe seal of
the Corporation.
3. The said Debenture Bonds
shall bear interest at a rate not
exceeding four and one-hall per
cent per annum, payable li.ill-
yearly on the 1st day of Mav
and on the Ist day of November
in each and every year during
the currency of said Debentures
or any of liuin. There shall In*
attached to thl Debenture Bonds
Coupons lined by the Reeve
onlv for ladi and en it p.ivmi-iit
ol interest that shall become
due, and such signatures mat
be either writtin nr stamped.
4. The said Debenture Bonds
as to piimip.il and interest shall
In* pat,ible at lhe District Mum
cipal Office, Ninth Y.iiiioiivei
B. C, alld llif said principal
sum shall be made pat.ilile bt
the Corporation al a date not
later than JO years from the isl
day ol November, 1909,
5. There shall be raised and
levied aiiniiallv In a spei ial rale
on all tin- rateable land or real
property in the District the Mini
of $5.3.5 for the purpose of forming a Sinking Fund lor tin* p,n
ment ol said Debentures when
Ihey become due, and the sum
of $1350 for the payment of the 1
interest at the rate aforesaid tu
Kn mile due on such debentures
during the curacy thereol, and
that in addition to all othei
rates to be levied and collect til
ill the said District during the
whole currency ol the said Debentures or any of theni.
6. The Council of the Corpor-,
ation for the time being mat at
any time pvrchaM the whole or
an\ nl the Debentures to be Iv
sued under this By-law pmtided
they give to lhc holder or holders thereof at least six months
notice of their intention to purchase the same, and pay in addition to the par value thereol
and the accrued interest thereon
to the date ol purchase, a premium or bonus ol one year's interest on such par value or such
less sum as may be agreed up.u
with the holder or holders thereof, aud all such Debentures so
purchased shall be forthwith
cancelled and destroyed aud no
re-issue of Debeniures shall lake
place or be made iu consequent e
ol such repurchase and tin- said
Debentures shall ionium ou
their lace a provision authorizing re-purchase as herein provided for.
7. This By-law may be cited
for all purposes as "lhe Norih
Vancouver Districi Loaii By-law
•you."
8. This By-law shall come
into ellect ou the 1st day ol November, 1909.
Passed by the Council on the
2Sth day ol September, 1909.
Received the assent of the Electors at an Election hsld ou
the day of
■Mi
Reconsidered and finally adopted by lhe Council and signed by
the Reeve and Clerk and sealed
with the Corporate sea, on tlm
day of 1909.
Elector!) til tlie Dislriel of .Will
Uiiioiiur
TAKE NOTICE that the
above is a true copy ol the proposed By-law upon which the
vote of the Municipality 11 ill bu
taken within the polling places
al lhe Lynn Valley Institute
Hall and the Dwelling House,
comer ol Lonsdale avenue and
IJueeii Street, both in thc District of North Vancouver, on
Tuesday, the 12th day of October, 1909, between the hours oi
9 o'clock a.m.and 7 o'clock p.m.
ALEX. PHILIP
C.M.C. and Returning Olhcer.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby
given that the vote ol the Electors ol the District of North
Vancouver will bc taken ou
"The North Vancouver District Loan By-law, 1909,"
on Tuesday, the I2lh day of
October, 1909, between thc hours
ol 9 o'clock a.m. and 7 o'clock
p.m., within the following polling places, viz.. The Lynn Valley Institute llall and lhe Dwelling House,mi tier Lonsdale ave.
and yueeii Street, in the District
ol North Vancouver, and that
Alexander Philip has been appointed Returning Oflicer, to
take thc vote of such Electors
uuh thc usual powers in that
behalf.
By order of thc Council,
JNO. Y. McNAUGHT,Reeve
ALEX. PHILIP, C.M.C.
Diplock-Wright
Lumber Co.
DIMENSION LUMBU
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RUSTIC
SHINULES
LATH
HNlSillNiJ U MKKK
trc no,
Our prices ure riijht.
LET is (,717-; Yt,U A
FIGURE ON YOUR
LUM HER HILL.
I7th Street. Sorts Vaiicssvw
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It tilt K-hodl.gur, Ui,*t»Ii Ai • .oil iWa St
HERE'S REST
Direct From the East a Large
Shipment oi Iron Bedsteads
Ti. .min. the word bed iiuiiii*-unit upline to*li-e[i tnd ra St.
Hm uilli llie idi-itl liiiii"e»tifi' it counts for a grent deal SM
BssUst lor deep tlic bed unml help tn make llie raaein link
pli'imiint mnl Httrm-litel)' furuinhed.
Next of inip'irlant'e Ia 11 itor* wlii-ra ■atixfaction chii lie found.
Having au ultra Urga sliipnmnt of hedajuil Irmn the fiietury,
whieh include, any »ui* nr dsstfl desin .1 nu time iholld In* l"'l
in mining lu in.pei'l lliem. A lietler eliuice eiiuni.t he had anywhere, nor lower pricei.
$4.00 TO $30.00
iiiiiii; flrmshiks
34 and 36 Lonidetl*
SEE OUR PERSONALLY SELECTED
Cushion Covers 40c to 60c
Our stock of Flannelleltes is now complete anil we are offer-
same at ioc to aoc per yard -exceptional values.
COME IN AND INSPECT OUR LINE OT
HEATHER13LOOM SKIRTS tip & $300
LADIES HOSE, Cotton from 15c
Lama Cashmere, cxta fine quality .. ..50c
DRESSMAKING ON THE PREMISES.
SHAW'S
PIONEER DRY GOODS.
Gent' Furnishing and Fancy
Store.  Cor. 2nd& Lonsdale
I-'".   I   AMI   llalll    l,   I*,**.
Cars leave Lonsdale Avenue,
Keith Road, aud (Jueensbury
Avenue Terminals as follows:
•6.05 a.m.
•6.30  "
•7.00  "
•735   "
8.05   "
8-35 "
9.00 ''
9.25   "
9-45   "
10.23   "
10-55   "
After which cars leave nl U\t
, ___ __ ___ _ minutes to the liour jsii Urea-
Not on Sunday. L^ mim„ ^_ Uf ^
'until midnight.
For Grouse Mountain take the Lonsdale  Avenue car.     For
Lynn Valley take the Queensbury Avenue car.     For Capilano
take the Keith Road car.
Cars leave ferry  landing for
all points, as follows:
•6.15 a.m.
•6.45   "
•7.20   "
7-50  "
8.J0  "       ^
8.50  "
9.20  "
9-45   "
Alter which cars leave at ten
minutes past the hour and twenty minutes  to  the  hour  until
midnight.
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Cates* Wharf
FOOT OF ROGERS AVE.   NORIH VANCOCVEK
Dockage for Steamsra
Warehouse Accommodation for sll purports
MND, I Mr, BRICK, CEHtNT, «RAVEl
COAL and LUMBER
(1001I1 delivered ii denred. I'luiupt service
APPLI AT OFHH Ofl Nilll!l
Oral Kuomt u ami  13,  Haiti  him k.   Vaacoavei
PHONE 136
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norih vwcoiyir rrRRY iMr ukii
ISTEAMEK
ST. GEORGE
IT*. NORTH YANCom.K
Leave Van.
Leave N. Van.
Leave N. Van
Leave Van.
*6.20 .1 III
•6.45 a.m.
*b.2o a.m.
•b.45 a.m.
1     7-30  "
7.50   "
•7.20   "
•8.00   "
;   830 "
8.50   "
•8.20   "
•8.50   "
915 "
9-45  "
9.20
y 45 "
10.15 "
10.45   "
10.15   "
10.45 "
11.15 "
H.45  "
11.15   "
n-45   "
12.15 P«n
12.45 P-«n-
12.15 P-ia-
is.45 P-m.
1.15  "
1-45   "
1.15   "
1-45   "
2.15  "
2-45   "
2.15   "
245   "
3-45   "
3-15  "
3-45   "
3-15   "
4-15   "
4-45   "
4-15   "
4-45   "
5-45   "
MS "
5-45   "
5-15
6.15 "
6-45   "
615   "
6.45   "
7-»5  ''
745   "
7 35   "
745   "
8.15   "
8-45   "
8.15   "
8.45   "
915   "
945   '
9-15   "
MS '
10.15  "
10.45   "
10.15   "
10-45   "
•11.15   "
•11.45   "
11.15   "
n.iKi
•Not 1
in Sunday.
nutlie                    1
1      Time T
able subject to ch
in ge without
"*•! 1 THE  EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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Vancouver Piano Co. fr
SCHOOL or MUSIC
Wants Young Ladies and Gentlemen to take Music Lessons
lhc .School of Music has inaugurated some very fine classes in kindergarten work
The School extends a welcome to pupils and gives you easy terms.
TEACHES YOl HOW TO PLAY PIANO, ORGAN, VIOLIN, MANDOLIN, CORNET, ETC.
WILL SELL YOl ANY INSTRUMENT DESIRED, GIVING YOl EASY TERMS OF PAYMENT.
FROM   OCTOBER 1st TO OCT. I Oth SPECIAL RATE GIVEN TO PUPILS
Free Lesson* Given With Every Piano Sold.
Now is the time to call on us
North Vancouver Piano Co. & School of Music
No. 443 Lonsdale Avenue
Pbone 114
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*H*-M**-H-H+H~M
n.n ui Al.it presided .unl Al
iKiiuiii lli Iv'.h . McNeiih, Dick,
Stluili/ \mine; ,,inl Braim weie
l'i. - ni ,,i iln regulal session ol
lilt*  tlU   lailUli ll,   .liullll.lt    i
A pt inn .ii n,,in propert) i «n-
ll . lut ,i slilttt.ilk nil  II.lil   .ll*. I
lust, in Ironl ui luis ji lo
block (ll U  i.   (48, wai relerred tfad£ *_•***, '",,:
i„ui, board of works. sh"u1,  '" *■*■;
niutiil ,i reviliitiuii ,is lollows:
Ihal lhe h^lii recentl) removed
innn ilu* cornel oi i.uh street
,lllll   M.illull   ,11 elllle,   lie   Hiuiiii
back again; reporl adopted.
Aid. Silnili/. introduced the
in,iiier ui ilu- Inconvenience .nul
dangd "i the large number ul
pi.ipli crowing ihe C.P.E.tracha
going iu ,imi lium iln lerrj
Liiiim-; ,it Vancouver, Alder-
lii,in Stliult/ computed thai .ii
leant looo people crimed  then
Sllllll*     .11 111 111
llf   llllll lull'
I J. M. l-roiiiiiu- will iiiiiM a ■ It is learned Irmn ,i well in-
liunse iiii mth street, lur rental UtnaisA nsuco tlmt the C.N.K.,
ami ilie G.T.P.R, will begin eon-
'   i    " struction work down the Korth
! The postal shuw announced by Ttompioi. within the not lew
i ,   .!■ , ... , '   months.
the ladies aid society ol st.An-
drew's Preabytarian church, (or I  joo Preach Canadians are now
(Ki,,lur Mih, will in* lit-lil at ■ oii their way went, to lake ihe
Litter ,',,,ti ,unl ,i II.illon e'tn plans of the Chinese employees
social be given on the date nam- ol the Praner kiver Mills, ai
ed. Hillside,
ili. .i.i.minii, on the banquet   ",    ";' ««»»"»» " "'"""-'
tothi olhcersoiS S  l,,,is,l.,l,   "'''l 'll' dty nolkttor   be   ».-
strut lul lu lake   all   necessary
ami Capl tilt au ■-, reported
proceeds trott sale ol mints
J166  iiul Imi.iim  tu i.i imi   '.it
till' ill .   ..I   > eS.Vi.
A plan ui subdivision ol bl t
block \2, li I.  -, i,'was reicrn i
10 s.ilile a  lain
A plan ui subdivision ol lot
proceedings to secure the proper
consideration ol tins matter by
the board ol railway cominis-
■ionen al tin ll approaching sessions in Vancouver, The mo
tion carried,
liaVOf  Mav  st.iti il    lhat    this
An Evening in Scotland and Inland
U. lv M.unaphiin is meting
a haliilsiiine rcsidi-tiie un Sl.
OeoTge'l SVC., near 14th street.
The lirst hall given by tin- St.
Andrew's and Calidunian Sni-ie-!
iv, uill lit- held on  tlu- second \
Tuesdav in October, lath mst ,
at tht- Horticultural hall.    Tn
keis may in- obtained rron C.E,
Lattsuii, Duilils .'ir Tyson,  M.u-
tin & Smith, ami Cnmmings.
1, block -. 1) 1. fib, tt,,   iiiaiiH had been lhe subjocl   0
negotiations between lhe l rd
ui din, ims ui the ii nt and the
I    1' R   I    t li.. I     tin     lalltt.it
compan)  mm  has iiu  matter
, plan showing iht 1,11111 undei consideration     The t' P
\orl|, k   had notified iiu Ierry  com.
approved
A plan ul luls I  I,, J, ',l,nk .
li I.  ^js was approvi
lie     li     I        L.l      II '
llllll
Vail
trcct 1 l"ln '" lbi eflect Ihal ilm   in
to Sutherland avenm ll1"1  '"  iantall gates  al   tins
A petition iui * l""1"  •'' lbi expcnai ..1 Ihi let
.ninn ui Keith 1.Mil and n compnnj
red to    Aid   Sihuli/  introduced   thc
' and lighl in.iu,1 1,1 acquiring  additional
nn in   1 an 11 . iiui Liml na school sites within the
oumil titt   lli moved as lollows: Thai
than,mi ;., liiini v., !, ;uii;. .an ila,  wcretar] ol the school hoard
Loup he written in with lhe reqursl
An. *i *;.'   as iollu     *   **   a;   ihal lhe sel 1  board  indicate
den-d paid     Finanu miumi lee to tin   council  what   propert)
s,s 1 should lie secured lor school pur-
board .-I  t.uiks, puses,  iu  order  that s bylaw
( al,  >.i"i;   laical  nu,: n   authorising the purchase of such
innn. * iii.ttutk, 1*imi- mat he Introduced at the
tuiiuniiiii   - snd lighl '.iiin-t ".innil.in  date    The
u'liiiniitii s,tu, board ul health  motion did nol recelvi ,1 second
11 as the council uas ul opinion
On  motion,  tenders Mill  be Ihnt the Initiative in smh mat*
t.illni im. iui ,1 suppl) ol wood l«   should come Irom tin hoard
ni 'in municipal liuililings  lor ol ichool trustees
''" 9-ia, i   The litl.m to repeal thi bvlau
On motion iln mayoi was an 1 laldishing .1 general grad'i loi
taoriwd to sign cheques loi Lonsdale ave., was read a last
sidewalk materials loi an am time and linally passed, an was
unin lor which bills may be est also the cemeter) regulations
tiiml b) ilu citj engineei laa      The latter bylaw
Tin  fin  and light committee tablishes  the  following
recommended as iollon      That lor cemetery plots    One grave,
tin streei allowanci sl lh coi   m, two graves, If, om quarter
m; of 2nd   Ireel 1 irh   plot,  -n,.  on, ball  plol
at,nm* 1,1 cleared; thai  sn an  threi Quarters plot, I64; wholi
lliiit In placed ,it tin 1..imr ol plot, lioo,
""'  'I'1 I it 1      1.„mull then adjourned.
e.
'llus
District of Norlh Vancouver
TKMHUS »r,* iniii,*,l i.>r i-lt-arii- mul
'        L'I.nii'l.-    II   H'a.lal  i||   I.Mill   V|.H**\.   Ill
DUtrtei letSW, 1'lnn hi.iI »|xriiii-.iiiom
111 iy ' I -een ul lhe hi.lru'l Muiila i|«l
nlliie nml luriiii. nl leinl.r. u'llii ne.l
len, ).-r- mil lii* rueiteil SS l<>1 \>. in.
n , Tin,r-.au Mi (I, IsbsT, WHO.
.u.Kx. riiii.ir,
3'iiiiM*| tarn, HO r.«.*.
District ol North Vancouwr
Tenders are intiied  by   tin
I'uiiin u lui clearing ami grading
SCbOol slle, nest llall ul lil", k .'.
ul 1) I.. ;S|. about : scren, S|k-
ilu.ili'ilis iu.it Iii li.i.I al 'In
lllllllll Ipal iillite. Ksplatiadf,
win re lenders musl In lodged
imt Lata! than ; lu p in , uli lhe
;th inst.
AI.KX. HIII.I1'
CMC.
B*K
l.uuk for lhe shove trademark,
Iln- lip ^)l ipulity. on your
cereal foods.
\\i- naaufai hm the host
Rolled Oats
on the marki t todav.
I ' see jour oidrrs wilh us d r
HAY, GRAIN
AND   CHOP
Prompt Delivery
Satiliai lum (iimiantped
ike Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
I uiisiIhIc Avrnue,
ai Perry l.andiriK
Jss, Chapman,   local manner, j
LENA m'l HIE, ol Aberdeen, Scotland, the ( elebrsi
Soprano Scotland's grestest exDonent ol Polk-Lore sm
Songs,    HORTICULTURAL HALL, Thnnday, Oct
p.m.   Tickets 50 and 75c, to bc had al Sale & lirewitt'i.
I   I.
Nal
7ih,
IIM
Ut It
NOTICE.
rpilK Rank ol H*
N  A   nml  llip
flank "I Hamilton
announce tlmt tluy
linvi' decided, mm.
ni''iiaiinj- fiturdiy,
0 I'.ln 1 "Jinl.Iii close
llieir North Vancou*
vi'i- liriinclii's for nil
btllintM, uu SiHur-
ilay nighU. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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A FEW SNAPS
for profiabl   Invesmen
Safety •• Income ■■ Profit
NorthVancouver
CALL AND SEE OUR
Large and exclusive li*
Correspondence Solicited
Choice City Lots-Cleared
CHESTERFIELD AVENUE between Keith Koad and 8th itreet,
a fe.w 50 foot lots. Price $1200 each, terms one-fourth cash,
balance in 6, ll and iS months.
9TH anu R1DGEWAY. Double comer. Price $1500. Terms one-
fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months,
14111 STREET, in Block 52. Two lots each size 50 x 156 ft. Price
$525 eai h     Terms one-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months
15TH STREET. Two lots in block 52, each si/.e 50 x 156 ft. Price
$500 each.    Terms oiie-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 monthi
ajm win SUTHERLAND. Corner. Price $1000. Terms one-
fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
3rd and SUTHERLAND. Double corner. Finest view in the
City. Price (2500. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12
and 18 months.
13th STREET, in Block 83. Lots size 50 x 157 feet. Price |6oo
each.   Terms, one-third cash, balance in 0 and 12 months.
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, full sized lot only J1500, all csih
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, corner. Price $2000. Terms,
one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 mouths.
OTTAWA GARDENS.   A few choice lots at first cost.
GRAND BOULEVARD. Choice of all the unsold loti at first
prices.    Select neighborhood.    Building restrictions.
BEAUTIFUL HARBOR VIEW TRACT. A few full sized loti
yet obtainable (at first cost.) Prices from $175 to $250 each.
Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
LONSDALE AVENUE. A few remaining lots at first cost. Prices
(rom 1(475 to $500 each. Terms, one-thud cash, balance in 6
and 12 months.
KEITH ROAD. Corner in block 5. Price II713, Terms one-fifth
cash, balance in eight ipiaiterly payments.
Semi-Business Property
KEITH ROAD AND JONES AVENUE. Corner siza6ox 140 ft.
Price $aooo. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18
monthi.
LONSDALE AVENUE in heart of the City. Site for business
block.   Size 100 ft. x 130 ft.    Price only Jijooo.
West Capilano
A few choice acreage tracts st prices thst insure a handsome profit.
Lynn  Valley
Acreage tracts snd blocks st less thsn one-half the prices per scrs of
sdjoining lands that are subdivided and being sold in lots.
Estates
As we sre Sole Agents for the sale of properties snd s large number
ol Estates in the City and Diitrict intending purchasers get
the benefit of first prices ss well si the largest lilt of North
Vancouver propertiei to choose from.
We have alio s good list ol property fronting on waterfront, ist, 2nd
and 3rd streeti.   A few inapi st less than prevailing prices.
FIRE INSURANCE in reliable companies.
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.l). 190b, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acti, wilh chief place of buiineis in North Vsncouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street
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North Vancouver, B.C.,
Telephone 15
11. C. GAZKTTK
Thc  following  appointments
appear in lhe -uncut issue ol
the Gazette: To be commissi! :i
ers under the elections act, John
Hammond, \\. lv Ottawa)'," \\.
C. VatiMiinster and Charles b.
Baxter, ol Victoria; Robert C.
Dickson, of Nelson; John Horner, Robert H. Grcgor and Chas.
Miller, of Vamouver; Geo. G.
Jewell, Richard Avery, 0,uatue
A. Modigh, and Archibald Leilh
jr., ol Jatlray, Fernie district;
Frederick W. A. Bayneis, Hales
II. Ross, Waldo K. Hirtz and A.
Hat-ley, ol Elko, Fernie district;
Geo. F. Giles, Shawnigaii lake;
Eaquiinalt districi. To be notaries public, Frank Dodson,Vancouver; Lacon H. Allin of Park-
villi-, V. I.; Kdward.Kby, ol
Kitsum Keluin, Atlin; and H.A.
Woods, of Prince Kupert. Walter K. Dewdnty, to be acting
government agent,etc., at Grand
Forks.
.Monday October 25U1 is proclaimed thanksgiving day.
The lollowing companies are
incorporated: llabine Bonanza
Milling & Mining Co., Ltd., i.ip-
ital $500,000; General securities
Co., Ltd., capital $300,000; Dominion Lumber & Timber Co.,
Ltd., capital $100,01x1; Fort
George Townsite Co., Ltd., capital $10,000; Delta Farmers'
Game Protection Association,
Ltd., capital $10,000; Eburne
Trading Co., Ltd., capital $15,-
000; Canadian Pacific Porters'
Club Ltd., capital $10,000;
Grey's creek, Lumber Co., Ltd.,
capital $10,000; Clayburn Co.,
Ltd., capital $400,000; Vancouver Suburban Investment Co.,
Ltd., capital $10,000.
The following licenses have
been issued to extra-provincial
companies: Bell Furniture Co.,
Ltd., ol Southampton, Ontario,
capital $15,000; Royal Crown
Soaps, of Winnipeg, Man., capital $2,000,0110; Fireman's Fund
Insurance Co., of San FtaSdaco
capital $1,500,000; G. F. & J,
Gait, Ltd., oi Calgary, capital
$100,000. F. deC Davies makes
application for a coal prospering license lor distriii 12 miles
S. W. of Hudson's Hope, Peace
river.
Applications    ior    foreshore
rights are mnde as lollows: I).
Galbraith, of Squamish, forty
aires ill Inl 486, New Westminster district; llliss lt. Smith,   of
Prince Rupert, .p  lineal leet
at the head ol Cloyah bay, B.C.
Leslie B. Voung, ol Prince Rupert, 2000 lineal feet on Utilise
arm.
Harry A. Burns, of Vernon,
jeweller, and Mc.Iannett & Hall
of Kclowna, merchants, have assigned for the lienciil of their
creditors.
Notice ol private hills is given
as follows: to incorporate the
Western Fire Insurance (.'ompany; to incorporate ,1 telephone
company to operate north ol the
51st parallel; to incorporate a
company to operate a line of
railway from Lillooet to Fort
George.
Water records are applied (or
as Inllows: City ol Cranbrook,
15 cubic leet out ol Gold creek,
Kootenay river; .1. Gon/.ales, 311
cubic lui per second, out ol an
unnamed lake, implying into
S.iklliaw lake, Netv \U\slmiiislcr
district.
Auction sale ol government
lols in lhe Ion 11 ol Lillooet will
be licld on Oitolier 20th at 10
a.m., at lhe court house, Lillooet.
The   Royal   Uaiik   ol   Canada
has purchased permanent quarters ill Nelsuii, at the corner ol
Baker and Sl,inlet  slrects.
The board oi railway coiiiinis-
sionels will be rcqucsti-d to sll
ill lhe ciiy ol Kainluups, during
llieir visil (0 the province at
the end ul this month.
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU GREENHOUSES
eli'iii'e.t
CUT FLOWERS
In town »i lowtit prices.     Uiie in t trial lur
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
807 Mosliiuj* St., W. Vancouver, B.C
Li|ni> Valley Lumber Co.
Arc prepared to deliver at shortest notice
;   ,    :    :   :   sll kinds of   :        :   :   ,
Rough  nnd   Drt'HHecl
LUMBER
Citij Office, 59 Lonsdale Ave.  Phone 56
P.O. ADDREMs       LYNN CREEK, B.C.
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY
The quarter ol Burrard Inlet which was developed by thc Canadian Pacific Railway, with
result ol large Customs revenue to Canada, no longer satisfies the requirements of the Dominion.
Thc time has come when the interests ol the Province and Dominion alike demand the de-
velopment ol Greater Burrard Inlet, of which North Vancouver City ii the centre and locus.
North Vancouver has to miles of waterfror.tage available lor industries, shipping and railway bases.
The Canadian Government hai voted f 200,000, also 16,400 per mile for bridging the Inlet
and connecting Norlh Vancouver by rail with Vsncouver.
The Dominion Minister ol Public Works staled this summer on the Coast that if necessary
he would favor additionsl Government sisistance lo complete this bridge, snd the expecting of
this connecting link, available by all railroads, now engages North Vsncouver City and the
neighboring municipalities with the approval of the Provincial Government.
Thc Ferry System at preient connecting with Vancouver ii under control ol North Vancouver City, and extra boat and whar(aK<- are now being arranged for.
The Canadian Mesicin Pacific Steamship Company, having selected and used North Vancouver as lhe objective point for their magnificent liner " Lonidale," Norlh Vancouver's official
bin ai s port Ins begun. As fai as human judgment can see Norlh Vancouver'a progress 11
inevitably certain. Thoie in the country bill sble to judge have expressed anticipation that
the will be to Vancouver what Birkenheid is to Liverpool, and mav eventually do a shipping
buiineis hrger than that done on the Vancouver side.
North Vancouver's population and building are incessantly incrssiing. ller Grand
Boulevard is the largest on the American continent, and her real estate offers opportunist to
inveiton which cannot be bettered, snd sre possibly unequalled on the Pscific Coast.
Msps snd printed information as to the City of North Vancouver will bs supplied on
application to
lit.
ITV.
North Vancouver Land £• Improvement Co.,
Mahon, Mcf arland £• Mahon, Ltd., llu,., Official Areola
CORNER PENDER AND SEYMOUR STREETS, VANCOUVER, R. C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
D, inpsit Rood, including the ex- under ilns By-law accordiag to pertiee oi the Corporation; and
propri ition ol that part oi Cen- the laat revised Assessment Roll ,, certified copy ol the saul Pett-
ire Road ihctween  Ross  Road 'is Ji7.353i tloa aad of thla By-law may be
md Lvnn Valley Road, and toi AM) WHEREAS the debt reglatered ia the Land Reglitry
provide tor the proportion of'hereby created is created on Office la the City of Vancouver
owners ol smh land and thelthe security pf the special as a charge against aald reepec-
proportion of frontage to be re- ratee settled aad levied by iive lands for the .rates above
presented by such owners ueces- tins By-law and guaranteed by specified, subject to the coadl-
s ut lo petition for carrying out the credit of the whole niimiu- turns and provisions in the next
such work as a local   improve- palityi succeeding section  of  this   By-
iuenl and that the mst  ol  the    THEREFORE BE IT EN'AC- law.
Mini in.it be assess,,1 ,uul levied TED bv the Reeve and Council !    7.    Ill the event of the owners
In  , special ran upon ihe lands ol the Corporation ol the Dis-[ol ilu- said properties or either
slosl "'"""•*'""" iK-nelittedtherehv according to a trict   "I   North   Vancoiiver in 0l them subdividing any ol Uw
the  exposiil   hi,■       ,^1 ||,,„|,^,, Vate, Council aasembled, (with the a  properties hereiribHori- desenb-
VXl) WHEREAS in terms oi sent  "I  the  Blecton ol aald led aad charged with aaid Centre
s,'„l |*- i,«   il.   Don,iM Cam  District) aefollows, vie.: Road Frontage Rale, the  laid
,.,,,„  muniiipal engineer of the    i.    Authoritj is hereby given Rate shall alao be proportional
Distriti   prepared a plan,   pro- the Council   to  carrj   ont   the ily subdivided and settled accord-
HI,    ,„,,;„ .,,„,„  ,,,,,1  estimati worh of clearing, grading, hau  ing to the froatege of each part
„l ,i„ ,,,,i „| thi s.ml local im   levarding    aad    macadamizing or lot abutting oa saul  Centre
,..,,,i,,.„„, „,„!,; I that part ol Centn Road belore Ro.nl and the eubdivision ol thc
VXD WHEREAS the total oo- described and to expropriate the land shall be so nude thai  ao
ed cost ol said local   im   necessarj land to continue Cea   part  or lol  io abutting will
,,,1,11,1,. tta.rli «.,s Simla';       trc   Road   Irom   Lynn Valley .have a leee depth than one hun*
Road to Ross Road all ae e 1" .lml and twenty feet back Irom
cal improvement under aad  b\ such frontage, and on smh suhr
hiihs ,,i said .a.-.i mav be raised virtue ol the said Cnure Road division being so made and ap-
i,i  bcu-iiiun   Bonds issued on l<ocal Improvement By-law, 19091proved bv the Council  lor the
,„,,,, ,,| ,.v,iU\ frontage    -'*    It shall be lawful lor thc registration ol the map or plan
, levied on said bene- Council to raise bj way oi loan thereol, then the said Frontage
littcd lands and thai the Coun   irom any person or persons.bodi Rale shall be e charge onl)  oa
eii ma* assess 1 lew upon the or bodice corporate upon Deben   smh parte or lots abntting on
frontage lands Irontage rates or lures to he issued as hereaftei  sail street having s depth back-
taxes determined as therein pro- provided a sum ol  money  not wards ol not less than one hun-
-.nii'l.  which frontage rates in exceeding in the whole the nun dred and tarentj leet as afore-
iinisi be sullic.ent to provide of $7,253.60 and to cause  the |eaid, and the remainder of Ae
1 am UTIES auiim;
SAILORS
In passing lo and Iro on the
um .unl witnessing the largi
number ol vessels coming and
going along \ ancouvi 1 watei
lioiii. thi ie are probabh verj
ii u 11 iidi in- ni Nm ih Vancouver, Km li.it 1 givi 11 more 01 less
consideration to lhe though!
that there musl lie ,1 nn largi
iiiuiiiii 1 aii lives lo -1 iiinoiiu im 11
itlm   inlliiii     ^	
Irmn   the  standpoint   "i peril
thai iill-- i" tin lol oi ihi
III Till lllll    * *!.
compiled .in<l 1 |. iiii.1
nieiii.ii 1 11 Imi paper will
|la||      la,      |)|     |n I*       ' 'I   'll
glu >. llu  lUllllbi 1 ol llti - li
iiir.k. drowtiii 1 an 1
dent in llritisli sea
ih,mi   shi 'imi   in   ihi
I'nitcd K"
imi is.,, ,,, 1 ,,,s M,:
,1   sllllll.il Ig    till
period isoi lo 1*17 « is 1ir.11
l.iii il. llu lii'iiii * were used to
shim 1I1,1 iln di 1 pi 1 load
iimi li.i 11 - hi| im liofli '1 I t
the load lim 1 ;■ ■■■'■ il ion 1 ol ■
was n.'l iln il.mi'i 1 ii *
some quarters hi Id lo 'i ' hi
iiett statistics an   |ti 1       con
llllslli   nil tile   [mint,   .ll'l
laiat '* *     ,  ]       , |,
llli Ills ial  llli   lli:
cannol  I     gn in !     ilJ
Iius nl ni, i, 1. and .tii inn   11
t.llllll .*   .   *    Unl 'a   ,   ',   ,'|
ing, in niii, 1 thai   lie ninii''" 1 *
lives Insl III.iv ' * I -llll'
\
FEW
SNAPS
50-foot   lot  on  Fifth Street
ClalS,.   |,a    Ulinlsll    alveilll,',    |9U0,   I.lll*.
third Ottsh, ImlBiiee li iiiiiI 12.
50-foot Lot Close to Lonsdale
Neurit' I'leair il, $260,   tuftem-h, luiiiinee
fin pa r moslli, im Interest,
Special Snap—Close to
Waterfront
rienri',1 snd doss in propoautl bridge*
IIM,   llUOcMh, Imlaiii*. ii, IS ninl is.
C. E. LAWSON
K'-al Kstwie Specialist        i.s Lonsdsle Ave
Phone jo
wn tt'HEREAS liy said Bj
law  it is provided   that   Ioni
an Annual Fund lor payment ol same to be paid into the Bank
iln* interest on the said Deben- "I British North America to the
lure Bonds and lor forming a credit ol the said Corporation
ng l-iiini io repa) the prin- for the purpose above recited,
cipal ui  tin  said debt  ia  »o    *     Debenture Bonds oi the
years Corporation  to  be  designated
. ,      -, . I    AM)   WHEREAS   loiit'lillhs  "The   Centre   Koad   Local   Im
1 " '';'"' '!ni,"1'"' ' ' i""''!'    "■ 01 the said total mst ol Sn.11..; proiemcnt Debenture Bonda" to
I'1":"1    Ul,"1 ' •;|''"V'"""!' .iinoimis ,„>;.'si I.-,,„.l ,1  ,s .rn .ii.ioum   nm   exceeding  th
m—r—s—s—S^S^I^^^^^^ma—^^^^^^^m
^^^^^^^^^^^     inn huh
the in w  load lines
live   tin- litis!
the Inin si ,innn,il lolal   111   ilu-
iul bt iln 11 nun  nl
though tl
ployed h.is in,!
J47 in |S '   '
The nniiil.i 1 oi na 11 I'liiplovi'd
111  sailing   ship    I
Irom  11,375 111 IH9I in 'i 17H in
III! llli  llllll 1  li,nnl. tt lllle
necessan   to raise  hy  nay ol
frontage tax tne sum of ft
io proiuh .oi .ninn,il (ninl  tor
p.iiiinui ni interest al thi rati
oi im pei 11 in  pn  annum on
the said sum   ill   {7,253,60   and
.111 annual pay ment towards ilu*
Sinking 1-iinil to repa) the said
prim ipal sum in 211 vears;
AM)   WHEREAS   ilu   said
sllln ill Sinn, |(l has been assessed
M^_^_^9_^_t_—_1_l- nn
llu-num 11 1 ni|i]iiiiii,, 11 ^^^^^^^^—~~^^^
tilt-   lllllllll I   III   11.Ml   I'lll I Ml ■*. a a I   >a I ,
, .1 *   hi 11 lll.i 1111   spei 1 led   alld   ell
1 - has increased Irom 154 , '
n iKmi ia, .-,., -n -ii , , ■   " '' ■
the number nl Uvea lost lias -le       A   '      "
:ki-. \s ii
_______________!    ,.,       lhe  l'i illlltll   wale
S|h to ttqj^^__^_————————fmmmmmmmmmmmm
Ink nl
_t
_^_m_^_m_^_m_^_^_^m Iterms to
I.llli I   iMllllp  ..I   I''•tiles  sums      ,
,, oii ims ol I,iiiil oi real propert-
indicate  111 tl is no I ,  ..... .,      .   \ J  .
 I    llll      'In lul     ll
(21 that ihi < const iiu
llieiiD7^^^B)7^^^^^^^^B^^^^^^^^^|^^^^^H
^a^_m_^_^_^_m .iliiilllii-* oll said pall ol Iilllle
I alll'el     111     III'    'llf|HI     I line;     ,,       ,     *     , , '      ,       1      ,
naJmrn K'..a.l as shewn In the last   re*. . „..„..,
^^^■^^^^^■^^^^1        used   Assessment    Roll   ol    llu   lo   lhe   Deluiitiin*    Bonds    Ci
tlnll llll     llimli Ml ,,      , .1. iSl^Sl^Hal^.l^.^.^H>H
Distiut   oi   .11   the   proposed
said sum id {7,353.60 111 nil
111,11 DC issued by the Reeve and
Clerk ol the Corporation in
terma oi the Municipal Clausi
Aa .md oi ihis By-law in sums
as 111.11 in- required, but not lor
more lhan $1,000 each, Each
.I llu* said Debentures shall  be
sijjlleil  lit   the    said    keele   ,111*1
Clerk ami sealed with the seal
i iln* Corporation,
I The said Debenture Bonds
shall bear Interest ai a rate not
a weeding live per cent per en*
num payable half-yearly on the
lllsl    daj    aai    .\|,,1    ,lllll     Ihf     lil'sl
da) oi November in cub and
even year during the currenci
ol tlu- said Debentures or utiv ol
ihein.    There shall be attached
work "i local improvement, (a!
thl  i   uiu,iiul cosl ol said milk,
- ,„ .innn.il frontage rate lo
:a. ia vied ..a iln owners' lot or
lois oi Und and real propertj
li v. .I .iiul di tiiiiiiiied iiii aii equal
(ronlaigu liasis.and on the Bonds
to in issued being [oi a period
improved ainl i< that steamships .ii, nmt ad.its handled
mth -il ..n.i iiion
Tin  improvement Hint all
partii din to larger vessels,
Uh.it* -11  iln  i,ms, s in,,
Ir.itiii:   the   improvement   ia
gratifying, hecaUM the true sig-
llie    llllllll lh.,t ,_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.,, i ill   .'a. u.i!s .ind lie.irilli" interest
llii dalli - arm** .ih dun * ,
,i    iti  i.ei mil pu annum, and
inislni in tin- ip i.i, , i        ,
,* ,i,l     hat   llu    I'l,in,   pro i c    alld
peii'lid labli iil.'i in l.'.ili sail . i     .      ,
, ,        Sim iiii.itii.n .on   i-s im.iii    pil
ing .m and iv1*,., ,,
, paled lit'  llli   illl'llleil    and    the
'■'       atsl.        '..„*, *" ,.
^™ ..      s.ml  Hi law   mie at the Die-
;v'^ nut llunicipal Oflice lor inspec-
lion;
AMI  WHEREAS no appeals
'^;. tuit in.nh .igainst iiii number
■   a,| ,,ttin is ,,i  areas   ol   land   "I
Irontagrs oi   the   amount   ol
.lillll.il IroUtagl  asses,uu III lell
i . al"li *-.! 1<!   nil    said    lands,
and tin  said assei siuetits   were
mi d and the Im ol owners
ami areas ul land oi  frontages
alld  ll'ilHae,!   rati      I    IU idl   alld
pintidid i"i iiiiii innn the res-
\e.ll
Hell
Employed
Ifty
I . Id   llll-   link  alld  is  plot
1*. [ill   llu   .1
Hal modi in
IINlirl of .Vil'lll iillirninrr
\ HV-LAW
I.UI "I
liii n,,11,   i   l.i   il  Improvi
iiiiiii ni part "i Centn   Kn.o\
III    l.n
l.li        llllpl II   Hi ll    I"   tl     •
III. ho tO    pi"
ndi   ban tilths o| iln  co
* ing    at   'ie    aid ttoik
.»«i'i .md lm   tin*
*: Rati requil
ed to    pro*i-l.  i"i iln    pat
pei live list ed and em
brand iu iln   aid local Improi i
lllllll     Sl lllllll
Wli   WHEREAS ., Petition
has Iiiiii received b) ihi Couniil
,is in i.nh   ignatun   and
.     lal      llll      l|l.||ll||ll      III    lllllll
in i oi iiii ii gi ti h d  *ii*l .*
i .1 i,nin rs  holding  tiH'ti   lhan
tlnn hubs ni   ili.   frontal
ihi  -.aid land * in l.i  i„ a, [itted
bv ilu said local improvement,
asking that the ii"ik l><[ore re-
a llnl   be   lallli.d   ,,lll   as   ,,   local
improvement,   and   that   loui
Mth   ul ih t ilni..a i,e raised iii Debenture Boitds on the
'Hiin    "i such local improve
nn in i.lies in in |i t h d as here-
mln inn  *i i i"i lh;
AM) WHKRKAS the * unl
__f^r^r^r^rl.^r^r^r^r^(j^(j^^^^^.'J debt uliuh ihis IU        is in^^^
innn oi ihi interest and lo ac- tended loi -        I   an I
.niiiii'ai. a Sinking  Kund  lo thi saim   I   being  rreated   Ui
:i     'un        providi .. lund loi llu improvi
Hunt ol imiu \i I undei   lo
\\ III Rl 'iiiulli pirn
l,,„al liupi latt i'i".i    .wn  WHKRKAS  iln   total -'"■-*
ti,,.. p.i   nl In   lli* ' iiiniil io amount  t* ed annually J"3.t
providi loi In liml in spiital rati loi paying   ilu
jioiis signed In the Reeve for
eai li iiul et in payment oi inn-rest that in.iv become due and
such signature may bt either
u iitteii or stamped,
The said De be Ilt lire Tloiids
as to principal and lateral shall
be payable at lile District Muniiipal II.ill, North Vancouver,
It. C., and the said pnttiipal
sum shall In- made payable by
the Corporation at •> dati not
later than  twenty  years [rou
till    ISl   ll.l \    ail   Nnt, lllllll ,l|      I
is. Por ibe purpose ol lorm-
ing a Sinking Fund lor the pay-
iiiuit oi said Debentures al maturity and ini payment ol the
interest   ihereoa as It becomes
dUC theie is hereb} assessed alld
let led    olii alld above all other
rates aad  taxes -   the annual
sinus set  opposite the propi Hies
hereaftei described, to be kiM-in
as iln- "Centre k.'.ul Frontage
Rati" iihuh sinus shall Is
able out   "I  and   li*.|||  the   s.ild
properties respectively, eii
I'   a   *    I'.aiiily
ni      -^^^
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s,ud properties so subdivided (ii
am I shall lie Ireed and released
Irom Ule said Kate as a charge
or lien.
aS. The debt herein created is
created oa the security ol the
said Centre Koad Frontage Rate
settled and levied   as   lu-rt inlu*
fore provided and it is guaranteed   bv   ihe   Municipality   at
large
■j. This Hy-law shall come
into force on the ist da] ol No
lelllber,  1409.
10. This By-law ma] be cited ior all purposes as 'Tin* Centre Koad Local Improvement
I.o.ni By-law, 10,00."
Passed in the Council on lhe
28th"day "I September, 1909
Received the assent oi the Klectors at an Election held on
the dav   o|
I909.
Reconsidered and finally adopted and signed bi the Reeve and
Clelk and sealed with tile Cor-
porate Seal 00 the
dav ol 1909,
Elwlors or llu1 Hislrirl vf litt
laiinwirT
TAKI'    NOTICE   thai   th)
above is | true nipt ol lhe proposed  Hv-laiv  upon   iihuh  the
vute of the Municipality will i«
taken within the polling plans
at llie I,vnn Valley liistilnii
llall and the Dwelling House,
Corner ol  Lonsdale ,ivenue   and
Queen Street, both in the District oi North Vancoaver, oa
Tuesdav, tin   l.'tb dai  ol Octo
ber, 1909, between tlu lmitis 1.1
4 o'eloik a 111 and ; o'clock p in
ALEX, i'iiii.ii*
C.M.C. .md Keiuriiing Officer,
PUBLIC  NOTICE is aerehj
given llial  lllc vote ol the   Kl
11 tors ot the Diatrict ol N'orih
Vi im. iiiui  will  in-  taken on
"The   CeBtfa   Koad   l.oial   llllpl,.lenient  I.oall  111-law .
On  Tuesdav,    the    1Mb   dai    ol
Oitober.i'-o-!, between the hours
of 9 o'tlink a in and 7 o'clock
p in , within the following poll
iiig places, 11/ Tin I,uiu Vallu lllsliuili Hall and the Dttel
ling lloilse.iornel Lonsdale at,
alld Dunn Slleet, ill the Dlslnil
• ■I North Vancouver, and thai
Alex.Midi 1   Philip has   bun   ap
pointed   Returning  Officer,   lo
laki tile loll s ol smh I.let lols
Wltll lhe iisii.il poWefl   111   lh.it
behalf.
iu order oi 1 ii. Condi,
IN'I) V   \l, NAlCIIT Reevi
AI.I'.N   PHILIP, C M C
PALACE
Hor;a
E- - "*■*"■   ■   '—S '      ■**.-.
rJ^Ea
Jill :W
1 -,    
•ill* raarra;;
 M
i Sjoi g .rocn on»
REDA & ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Sl ' UNO  llllll,
\\\C(t_____i
ALEXANDER &
MACNAGHTEN
llpiil isMlt* Brokns, lintiniidl -mil Insmdncit Atjents
Mi  H4VI
$50,000  TO  LEND
ON FIRM l!0:J!'-Vil
121 lonsdiili   Am*.
SNAPS
7 lots 111 Uini k i\   I>. I.  J04      I'riee m ("a.  lull cash, hal-
aiin- mi the J.stli ol August, i'|io.
j Lut--.  will snbduul'   into it lot* wlinli nuill be sul,1 |,ir
gtOOeach.    Prio ?»n)0     5i»o?asli.     Bslanu- in iwoyesrs.
MAY&BURNS
K, 11 Estate and Financial Agents
For Fall Planting   Liquor IfeHt l|ipli<'ati<in
....,
The said Centre Road Front-
Ige   It.lU*  shall   lie  .illd   is   1,11,1,1
■ tied aiiil charged snnualli lor
muuuuuuuummmmmm^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m     '
,,,   |„    I ,11. Mia,I    ,11 I   ihl    propol      dll*I   .lll'l   IIHell    I   lllldil   lllis   111
lion "I    Ill  1                              la"                                             l"r .m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^
lauH    '   .. ihi                    '   slnhing lund and S.tiSa.W fee in the period of twenty yeara along
.iiii  iiii 1 with,   in   addition   to   and  U
m ,1. .mi/11 ■-                           \vl> WHEREAS thi   valui lormlng part of the Annual Real
in the District ol N'»rth Vmicoti   ol tlu whole land at improvi Estate Taxes payabli   lot   .md
thejmeatl 01 teal property rateable wt ol the said respective pro-
Pioneer
Bakery _^
I, H. Walker,  •   Proprietor
Freeh Hr- ml daily deliveri-d
In all parts o| llii: citv
its loaves ha Ji
*| till JS C*Mlt».
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
UK,ll GRADI < AKB
PASTRY, i.n
PIONEER BAKERY
pioal S       71 Lonidale Ave
Hull,, (rom   llie   bill   Kiir.>|«*iiii .mil
,l,i|,nii itrii-a-Ti
Iiiiilu. |-r.ivtii (mil  an,I  OCSaMatal
. imll nn ll|* Ullal Soil villiolll ar* *
riK*.i'i *ia. in iln It part a.l llie Ani. ri- j
lllllPIll   II"I  llllf.llll   ttllll   III,    s.ni
I    •     -' rtla>.
(In-ili-n. 11, Man,l M..iierS.sil-   i..i*
i'i-i.«k fiiain ihs bast givaen la Ihs
atnrld
U In 1 -I. ie.- ami Gale..
*.|ri.    I'niii|,.,  Kerlili«,r., Rss ttp,
I'll.-. I'm  Kl..»er., tl|,r»tiin; Maleruli,
St
lllal,* |..il»*r . uh
Neil  IM |HI*Ii*( alie.-KH,. Ir,e.
M  1. HfcNRY
■. r, nhOUM an.I Sr. .11
iiiiii iVe.iiiini.i.r Ki 11. V.H iwr,8.C
llrmnli NafSSTf    Smlli Vsi
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
msni rtan ar
I THE UI8SES DAW80S
Cerlili. 1I1-I -"iiriii.al. M.-.tnal Utt
Miilrnali  Nur-, a
Nwmi Saul Oat mi Uppllcatlni
I**'    le'ina   »,.|.ll    ,ll    llie   Hospital
I'or IMIi sirt.it.'. M   In-li.-w'i A»».
PHONE  04
TiKK NOTICE,thslKdaj-iaAie-lsts
'    I iiii.-ii.11„ uip't I" the lloanl cl
. 1',.nn,ait.i..ner. f..r iha l'u* ot
Nnrth t'aasoaist. kr a shsp or buttle
leaaas, uieler Ihn |,r,.viiiuii- ol Iha
"Munif(|isl('lsuiN*a l.i". iM, tor llu
pnri-oa.. nl Ba-lllnfl |i*|H"r umler th* |*r***
u.a.ai,. ..1 lab sseilos .'i o( assriia Inti
Mid lil. 111 .1 l»" ntnrjr lilix-k, I" lar
trwtad mi I/a Us Work 156, Siib-divl-
men nf |ii.tn,-i Ini Ra], in IheGttf "I
North  1 .Ila"'liter, « llli la MI'I lot I. UlU-
alt-il 011 the N.irlli -nli- nl  Kn.t itnrl,
I aal nl I,..ii»'lali" Itenue
I'.ii,•! Ihl-   irl aar ,,l   Sr|,iemliar,
A     Da,   I
WILLIAM J.TUIK
Builders and
Contractor*
P, I,AKSt»N l(   prepared to
aupplv
Limt, Brick,
Sand, Cement
Ami nil kitulx nf Itnildin-*
Mati-rifll in i|iimititH'i to suit
ami at rnssoiuilile pricea.
—APPLY—
HOTILNOR III VANCOUVKR
TELKI'IHiNK No. i.       ,
A. J .   HOOD
ft.    I.•,.,«,I .Ir    A\r
I.XI'l l.l  ".Ml 'IIM'KI I
Jill I'll I l:.   I ll
-   ami   ri.H'k.   I'liaiiaal   ainl
K. |.iir..| Sl i'    t* r>... j.ria.a
111 *eir\ ff'ia,.nta**(
General Contractor
ni ti.iM,. laini'lMi.  BtCAt 11
IKO, 11-
2-ss Faurmsmim. • MU TIIE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
District of North Vancouver
A BY-LAW
To authorize the carrying out ol
the work ol Local Improvement ol part of Lonsdale
Avenue, (North) and the raising by way ol Local Improvement Debentures the sum of
$10,220.80 to provide four-
liltlis of the cost of carrying
out tbe said worki and to assess and levy the frontage tax
or rate required to provide ior
the payment of the interest
and to accumulate a Sinking
Fund to pay oil the said Debentures.
WHEREAS the Lonsdale Avenue (North) Local Improvement By-,aw, 1909, was passed
by the Council to provide for
ascertaining the land to be benefitted and the proportion of
benefit received by such lands
from tllic- proposed clearing,grading, boulevarding and macadamizing of Lonsdale Ave. (North)
in the District of North Vancouver, from the South boundary
of District Lot U01 to the South
boundary of District i,oi 785,
and to provide for the proportion of owners ol such land and
the proportion af frontage to be
represented by such owners necessary to Petition for carrying
out such work as a Local Improvement, and that the cost of
the same may 'be assessed and
levied by a special rate upon
the lands benelitted thereby according to a special frontage
rate;
AND WHEREAS in terms oi
said By-law, Mr. Donald Cameron, municipal engineer of tin-
District, prepared a plan, pro-
lile, specification and estimate
ol the cost ol the said local Improvement work;
AND WHEREAS the total estimated cost of said Local Improvement work was $12,776;
AND WHEREAS by said Bylaw it is provided that four-
lilths of said cost may be raised
by Debenture Bonds issued 011
the security of special Ironl,ige
rates to In- levied on said benefitted lands and that the Council may assess and levy upon the
frontage lauds frontage rates or
taxes determined as therein provided, which frontage rates 111
all must be sullicietit to provide
an Annual fund for payment ol
the ink-rest on the said Debenture Bonds and for forming a
Binning Fund to repay the principal of the said debt in 10
years;
AND WHEREAS lour-blths
ol the said total cosl ol $12,776
amounts to $10,220.80 and it is
necessary to raise bv way ol
frontage tax the sum ol $H.S4*.|r>
to provide an  annual  fund   for
payment of interest at the rata
ol live per cent pa annum on
the said sum of $111,220,811 and
an annual payment towards tin-
Sinking Fund to repay the said
principal sum in 20 years;
ANI) WHEREAS the said
sum ol $854.46 has been assessed and levied on a frontage basn
is as hereinafter specilied and
enacted;
AND IWHEREAS the Clerk
of the Council gave due notice in
terms of the said By-law to all
owners ol land or real property
abutting on said part of Lonsdale Avenue (Norlh) as shciin
by the last revised Assessment
Roll of the Dislriel ol (I) llie
proposed work ol Local Improvement, (2) the estimated
cost ol said work, (j) the aiinu
al frontage rate lo lie levied on
the owners' lot or lots ol land
and real property lixt-d and determined on an equal Irouiage
basis and on the Bonds to be
issued being for a period ol 20
years and bearing interest al
ine per cent per annum, and 1 ()
that the plan, profile, specification and estimate prepared bv
the engineer and the said Bylaw were at the District Office
for inspection;
AND WHEREAS only two
ap|wals were made against the
number of owners or areas of
land or frontages or the amount
of annual fronta-*c assessment
levied as aforesaid on said lands
and llie said Assessments wen-
sustained and the list ol owners
and areas of land or frontages
and frontage rates as made and
provided lm now form the respective lists lo lie used and cm
braced in the said Local Improvement scheme;
AND WHEREAS a Petition
has been received by the Council dated as to each Signature
and signed Iby the majority in
number of the registered and assessed owners holding more than
three-fifths of the trontage ol
tliie said lands to be benefitted
by the Local Improvement, asking that the work before recked
ibe carried out as a Local Improvement and that iour-lilths
of lhe cost thereof be raised by
Debenture Bonds on the security
of such Local Improvement rates
to be levied as hereinbelore set
forth;
AND WHEREAS the amount
ol debt which Ihis By-law is intended to create is $10,220.80,
and the same ls being created to
provide a fund for the Improvement of Lonsdale Ave. (North)
under Local Improvement plan;
AND WHEREAS the total a-
mouut to be raised annually by
special rate lor paying lhe debt
and interest under this By-law
is $854.47, being $343*42 lor
Sinking Fund and $511.04 for interest;
AND WHEREAS the value ol
the whole land or improvements
or real property rateable under
uhis By-law according to the
last revised assessment roll is
$3»,5I9I
AND WHEREAS the debt is
created on the security of the
special rates settled and levied
by this By-law aud guaranteed
by the credit oi thc whole municipality;
THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by lhe Reeve and Council
ol the Corporation of the District of North Vancuuver, 111
Council assembled (uilli the assent ol the Electors ol said District) as follows, vii.:
1. Authority is hereby given
the Council to carry out iln
worki ol clearing, grading, boulevarding and macadamizing
that part of Lonsdale Avenue
(Nortli) brfore described all as
a I.in.il Improvement under and
by virtue of the said Lonsdale
Avenue (North) Local Improvement By-law, 1909.
2. Il shall be lawful for lhe
Council to raise by way ul loan
from anv person or persons,bod]
or bodies corporate, upon Debentures lo ba Issued as lureall-
er provided a sum ol money nol
exceeding in the wliule the sum
of $111,220.80 and to cause the
same to lie paid into the Bank
ol British North America to ilu
credit ol the said Corporation
for the purpose above recited.
3. Debenture Bonds ol the
Corporation to bc designated
"The Lonsdale Amine I,inal
Improvement Debenture Bonds''
to an amount not exceeding thc
said sum ul |lO,330.8o ill whole
may lie issut-d by the Reeve and
Clerk of the Corporation in
terms ol tin- Mtiniiipal Clauses
Ael and ol this By-law in stuns
as may be ret|iiired, but not
fur more than $1,000 each Bach
ol the said Debentures shall be
signed bv the saiil Reeve and
Clerk and sealed vuth the seal
ol the Corporation.
4. The said Dclictiture Bonds
shall bear interest at a rate imt
exceeding live |K-r cent per annum payable half yearly on the
lirst day ol May ami the lust
day of November in each and
every year during lhe tiuiiiui
ol the said Debentures or anv
ol lliem. There shall Ik- attached lo the Debenture Bonds Coupons signed In the Reeve lm
eaih and even pat limit ol in-
turest thai 111.11 beioiiic due ami
such  signature  may  be  either
written or etampafi.
5. The said Debenture Builds
as to principal and interest shall
lie payable at the Distiiit Mum
cipal Hall, North Vancouver,
B. C, and the said principal
sum shall be made payable bv
the Corporation at a date not
later than twenty years trott
the first day of November, 1904.
6. For lhc purpose ol forming 1 Sinking Fund for tin p,i\
llictlt ul said Debeliliiris at 111.1
turity and for payment nf tin-
interest thereon as it bei nines
due, there is hereby assessed and
[levied, over alld above all other
rates and taxes, the annual
'sums sel opposite the |'t"|>c!tlcs
hereaftei described, ti be known
'as the "Lonsdale Amine Front-
'nge Hate'' which sums shall bc
payable out of and Irom the
said properties respectively,vii.;
Dsseii
itinn nl 1'
rntii'rty
EE
mi..
Lot
Sub.
FrontaRi-1
Annual Uuh'
2026
N P
18
9
34-5 'aat
J 4.85
2026
N P
18
10
34-5
II
14.85
2026
N P
18
II
345
It
S4.85
2026
17
12
34-5
II
j 4.85
2026
'7,
13
34-5
II
j 4.85
2026
17
14
34-5
ll
14.85
2026
id
15
34-5
II
i 4.85
2026
16
16
34-5
II
$ 4.85 ■
2026
16
17
34 5
(1
> 485
2026
15
105
11
$1475
2026
'4
105
II
$14-75
2026
'3
105
II
$1475
2026
i'l
119
11
I16.70
2026
20
110.5
11
$15-51
2026
21
110.5
11
$15-51
2026
22
110.5
II
$15-51
2026
1
110.5
II
$1551
2026
110.5
II
$1551
2026
16
329-2
11
$46.19
2026
17
329-8
II
$46.27
2026
•5
329.6
II
$46.25
2026
18
I
42.8
II
$ 6.01
2026
18
2
44
11
$ 6.20
2026
18
3
44
II
$ 6.20
2026
18
4
44
"
$ 6.20
2026
18
5
44
11
$ 6.20
2026
18
6
44
II
$ 6.20
2026
14
329-9
11
$46.29
2026
19
329-8
II
$46.27
2026
4-1*
J
I
66
11
$926
2026
4-13
J
2
66
It
$9.26 .
2026
4-13
J
25
66
ll
$9-26
2026
4-13
J
26
66
II
$9-26
2026
20
264
II
$37-05
2026
4-13
G
I
66
II
$9-26
2026
4-13
G
2
66
11
$9-26
2026
4-13
G
25
655
11
$9.20
2026
4-13
G
26
65-5
II
$ 9-2o
2026
21
I
41.2
II
$5-78
2026
21
1
41.2
It
$5-78
2026
21
3
33-5
11
$ 4-70
2026
21
4
43-7
11
$6.13
2026
21
5
43-7
11
$6.13
2026
21
6
43-7
11
$6.13
2026
4-13
F
NX
132
11
$18.52
2026
4-13
F
BX
131-9
II
$18.51
2026
22
13
61.9
li
$8.70
M6
22
12
61.9
11
$8.70
:o:h .
.   22
11
61.9
II
$ 8.70
21126
22
10
61.9
II
$8.70
2026
4-13
C
1
65-9
II
$9-25
2026
4-13
c
2
65-9
II
$ 9-25
toot)
4-13
c
25
*>5-9
II
$9-25
2026
4-13
c
26
<>5-9
II
$9-25
2026
-»3
A
147-8
II
$20.74
2026
23
C
1318
ll
$18.50
2i Uh
4-13
B
1
49
11
$ 6.90
2026
4-13
B
2
66
II
$9-26
2o2b
4-13
B
21
65-9
11
$9-25
mi
•I-i 3
B
22
65-9
II
$9-25
2026
24
BWJ
148.25
II
iia.an
2026
24
NWJt
148.25
II
$20.80
801
2
I
60.7
It
$8.52
801
2
2
60.7
II
$8.52
801
3
18
6o.55
11
$8.50
801
3
17
60.55
II
$8.50
The said Lonsdale Avellllc
Frontage Rate shall bc and is
hereby levied and tbarged annually ior the period ol twenty-
years along with, in addition to
and as forming part of the annual real estate taxes payable
ior and oul ol tha said respective properties to the Corporation; and a certified copy of the
said Petition and of lllis By Iai
mav be registered in the Land
Registry Olhic in the City ol
Vancouver as a charge against
said respective lands lor the
I,lies above s|iciilicd, subject lo
the conditions and provisions in
the next succeeding sictioli ol
ihis lly-law.
7. In the event ol lhe owners
ol the said properties or either
ol them subdividing any ol the
properties hereinbelore described
and charged with said Lonsdale
Avenue Frontage Rale, the said
Rate shall also lie piopiittioii.il-
lt subdivided aiid settled according to lhe Iiunl.ige oi cath
part or lol abutting on said
Lonsdale Avellllc and the subdivision nl the land shall be su
made that no pail ur lot abutting, will have a less depth than
one hiuiiii id and Iwenty leet
bach liuin smli Iruiilage, and un
snt li suImIiiisioii being so made
and approved ol by certificate
authorized by the Council lor
the registration ol the map or
plan llmrcul, then the said frontage rate shall be ,1 charge ulily
on siith parts or lols aimlting
on said strict having a depth
bat kit -arils of not less than otic
hundred and twenty liet as
aforesaid and the remainder ol
the said properties so subdivided
lil any) shall be freed and released Irom the said rate as |
1 barge or lien.
8. The debt horcby created is
created on the security al Ibe
said Lonsdale Avenue Fronttige
Kate fettled and levied as lien-
ilibilore provided and it is guaranteed by the Municipality i.t
large.
9. This By-law may lie cited
lor all purposes as "the i.ons
dale Avenue (North) Local llll-
pi on unlit By-law, mul
Passed by the Council on  the
.loth day ol September, [909,
Received lhe assent of tbe Electors at an Election held on
the day ol
1909.
Reconsidered and linally adopted and signed by the Reeve and
Clerk and sealed with the Corporation sea' on the
day of 1909,
Elector* of Iht District of ilorth
iaiicoutfr
TAKK NOTICK that the
'above is a true copy ol thc pro-
Iposed By-law upon which tin
Ivote of the Municipality will be
j taken within the polling places
at thc Lynn Valley Institute
Hall and the Dwelling House,
corner of Lonsdale avenue and
!Queen Slreet, liotli in the District ol North Vancuuver, on
Tuesday, the 121I1 day of Oclo-
ber, 1909, Iietween thi- hours ol
19 o'clock a.m.and 7 o'clock p.m.
ALEX. PHILIP
C.M.C. and Reluming Ollun
1TBLIC NOTICK is hereby
given thai lhe vole <>l the Klectors ol the District of Nortli
Vamouver will be taken on
"The Lonsdale Ave.(North) Lo-
tal Improvement By-law, iyi-4"
011 Tuesday, the 12th day ol
Oi lolier, 1909, between the hours
ol 9 o'clock a.m. and 7 o'clock
p.m., within the following pulling places, vii.: The Lvnn Val-
l"i Institute ILill and the Dwelling Ilulise.iorner Lonsdale ave
and (jueen Street, in the Disin. 1
of Norlh Vancouver, and that
Alexander Philip has been aii-
pointcd Returning Officer, to
take the vote of suih KletLors
tilth iln- usual powere in that
behall.
Bv order of the Council,
.INO. Y. McNArC.HT.Rein
AI.KX. PHILIP, C M C
Tbe Nnrlh Vancouver Operatic
Society in nuking good progress.
Specisl prsctice Mondsy evening,
next. Any desirous of joining
kindly mske application then.
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
319 Pender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
ARCHITECTS
E.STANLEY MITTON.M.I.C.A
ARCHITECT
619 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AUCTIONEERS
A. M. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
66 Hastings street west
is ths oaly auctioneer who will
pay spot cash before ths sals is
conducted
BARHlSrtHS,
F. C. SAUNDERS	
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary
Public. Member ot the bars
of British Columbia and Quebec. Room 9 Empire Building, 603 Hastings st. wesl.
Vancouver, B.C.    Phons 416b
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Street
Phons 996
S. D. Schulti        C. S. Arnold
■5AIHS
kallethe's Bath
Corasr Homer snd Pender Sts.
The only up-to-date and reliable bath house in British Colum bia-
Ws cure where others fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plain baths, electric bstbs,
shower baths, massage for body, scalp aad face; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin, Germany
MUSIC
Prof. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
ilusical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Hall, Cor.
Robsou and Granville Streets.
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
Phone 463
M. W. WAITT & CO., LTD.
J58 Granville Street
Pianos — Talking Machines —
Music Goods
The oldest music house in B. C.
MH. U. A. POWELI
is open to ncem pupils for
instruction on the Violin,
'Cello and Contra Bass.
Very painstaking with children.     Music copied neatly.
O'Brien llall,     Corner Hastin-:-
anil Homer Streets.
Phone L43UO.
LADIES' HAIRDRESSINC.
MiHAMK IIUMI'UKKYS bai jut,*
rcceitcil a lurid- Kilt-ctiuii nl Hair lii.nl.-.
Switclwi uf llu- lied i|iialily an*! lum -1
prices. Call ainl laspsol ll imi are in
nnil nf one. Toupeeo, Wiya, J'rautilur-
iimliuiis iiniile by 1111 expert un iliu
■•lii.rl.1,1 iiuiiee. Fur pn ami filili-l
hair iikiiiiii*,' can excel Mary T.liulu-
■aa'i liair restorer, turn per kotUa.
Hair iiiiii*.' ami Ueaehlsf, laciiil 111,1--
-it|ie, M-iiip treatment lur l.i.n.- ami
gei.tla nieu. r>liaiii)Kj<iiii£ ami manicuring, elcclrolynti lur the removal uf
npiirlltimit hair at
.MAIMMl*. HU.MPHKKYS
681) liranville Str,, I
oprifiANS
f. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Optician
All work guaranteed
Consultation free
49 Hastings slreet west
Opp. Cameraphone theatre
PriUTOQHAHHtHS
MARTEL'S  STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHERS -
122 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
1'hi best equipped studio ou lile
coast. 1'UoIlc   -,22a
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hsstings St. W.
Canids'i Grsittst W.ii.rn School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., -- Manager
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIO
Family Group Specialists
Cabinet sue, $3 per dozen
Cor. Carrall and Cordova sts.
A. SAVARD, Proprietor
MulUilt  rMMi.lINu
VIL i'UKE FRAMING
We have the largest stock of
moulding* 111 B.C.to select Irom
so when you want naming done
cheap aud well get our prices.
bAiLhtf bKUO. CO. LIU,
540 'Granville aud 136 Cordova
PITMAN'S
Business College
632 Seymour st., Vancouver
Day school open all the year j _ M
round     Night school commenc-j g^T   VANC0UVM
es September 8th. HEIGHTS	
MtAL tolMl t_
CHIHOr'RACTIC
mwm rnwM"]
Cl pnoUell  tin-  Hinjr inelli.M ntile tn In
- ale ali«l   remove Iln-  MM ul ItMH    BOW
it tn Mia nf! iiis'i-t-f)- ft* ChltuMnOUc Hit-
'iilt 1 llltpni lor li, t/ftuQOVfM ia I'i iin if |i
KvftUl, IhKlW ulClnru|<r«i tn , grniluntt. I'nlii.v
t tool ul 1 blrvpm ni. Itari j.|".rt, d-wn uf
me,  NM   Iii, 1 i.miln'iiee Dmk, "li   K-i-bMin
■trwi,, I'ihiuc MV.*   Hour* I u> I    I lit*
nnu airi 1 taiimiaiiuii [rn.
For particular! apply to
l-MOltDliN & THOkMON
1 Phoue 815      440 Hoiutr StrMt
DETECTIVE AGENCIES   __
iV
St'i-uniii'iS iui'|iur.ui.)ii Lid,
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
.
Canadian Detective Bureau:—
Ollices everywhere
Viineoiiter Ollice       'M  Km*,ire  ll|,«.*li
'•"3 iia-niiif. nt. Kent.        ItenaM
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
DYIINQ AND CLIANINQ
PERTH DYE WORKS
Aniieisiin I Hilton, Propeietore
Dyeing, Cleaning, Pfenning
Ladies' dresses, silks,   laics   a
specialty
SAI.I' 4 HKI'WITT
Agents, Norlli Vancouver
OROCins
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO, WAGG
Groceries snd Provisions
Wholesale snd Betsil
lift Hastings St. (downstsirs)
Delivery Tnsadays aad Fridays
ESTATES MANAGED
HRE 1N.SIKAM.1-;
R, Heir Houigate - - - Manager
RESTAURANTS
All North Vancouver people
eat at
LEONARD'S
Either Flack Block or Hastings street, opposite the' nm
Post Olhce. Leonard sells his
tea by the pound,
WATCHMAKAtHS
English  practical  watchmaker;
Established 1H89
Specialty,  repairing
foooioorg,
312 Carrall Street THI KXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
On account oi the Inabilitj ol Al \l   fj^l» MiirLpt
the city ni Rossland tO lU lhe   ''•'•  ■  l>"   T,(l' l*Cl
mines within the citj limits, J.
A. McDonald, M.P.P, is m
ating with the provi'iual  rov
I'l'iinieiii im a largi i i'1 ini ia
the tint treasury, uuh good
prospeits ni success,
MISS ALICE ■/. HTEEDE.
I s|..*l;, ,., * .1   11   ll III U   "I     I 1   -U'
I , .'ili   iti ;*       I ■
I.  - ill) || \. -11 .il |'i| ii'l ra -' a
i* mi Moi.miis
\  ;r. -    i *|* lane   N rth Vsncmiwr
A likilidaol ttt— I-'ish dsllfefeddaily
Snmked Hsh a SMotaltr.
Poultry, Efgasnd Yiiii.Ua.ltii.
Our aim fa to ple«*« our cuitomeri aa
ea Dtwdi .inal [-mes.
Cor. Lonsdale Ave, A 8th street
Phone 84
NOTICE.
Corporation of the District of
Ni rth V.incouve-.
M'l NI'KRS are llll ll
1    (ratling r*.;ui- In HUtrii    I   1- * *.
Kl&SOd   I"l7   ''a   IHI'".
-Mi ll'll   \l'il.\.-,  nan   a.   -.11 ani
lor f Tele I. r obtained ai thi Ilitlricl
Municipal .alii'*.*. I .planade, Xorth \ .m-
i.'iinT uiu n*   liii'l r-  mil In*  riii'iti !
uiai.. 1th October, next.
Al.I.N. Pllli,II'.
4-'.'ini! c.M.c.
Trapi Marks
Dtsiaris
CoPiRioHTa 4c.
An.rinii.i-Tiillng a.l9ti-lian'i!«*0Tiptl.^nnity
gtilrklr ui-trlain nur i.:*ini..ii frtje whellitf atn
In?.,iiinn I. pr-ib.l lylmitviilitbla (-ummunln*.
ii..ii.Kiuoiiri 'iu.i.iaii,i.tlANOBOOKiiiii'«aiint
.ent fr. c. tlMt-ft .L'l.i'rr for .is-urm-i pM..u.
i-ni.-i.ii uit'D iliruuih Nui.ii 4 co.rtotlra
qn.-lail nolle', atit li.'iit ii.a.t a. in tha
Scientific jrlmericatu
A banileomulf Uiuhi raf nu weekly.   Larvwit dr-
Slain-d uf any illumine J"iirnaL   Tsrtna fur
n*.l.%,.|A7S»"»ar,iMr.'m(u in-staid,  bold by
all new Uo*! er».
WARMER  APPAREL
FOR THE BABIES
During the past week we have been receiving .shipments of babies' goods lor the iall and winter
seasons, including Hear Skin Coats, Corduroy
Coats, Silk, Wool, Cashmere and Rear Skin
Bonnets, White Wnnl Bona, etc. Below are a
few of the many special lines,
Hear skin coats fa.25 and f2.4<>
Bear skin coats   fa.95 and $3*-*5
Bear skin coats, best quality f3*5°
Best corduroy coats,braid trimming fj.95 and J435
Fancy cloth bonnets, all colors  6jC
Fancy velvet bonnets, all eolora **5C
While bear skin bonnets.braid trimmed 85c and $1.25
Silk and Cashmere embroidered bonnets, winter
weight, all designs 50c to |l.JJ
Baby's white wool boas   35<- and ,45c
Baby's large white honeycomb wraps at all prices
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
J. J. McALEECE
KEITH BLOCK LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
Cleared Lots
In Block 334, D.L. 330
These lots are all on gradedstreets. In fins neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Prices $600 to $700
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