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VOLUMES
NORTH VANCOUVKR, B. C, FRIDAY, MAY 28. HM.
NUMBER ll
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A special meeting ol the dtj
council was held Saturday cum
ing, to consider the articles ol
incorporation for the new lerrv
company. The ratepayers lerry couiniittee met in conjunction with, the council. City Solicitor Senkler was also present
The articles of association,  tlujeniire inconvenience rci.ui'.'c ;i
memorandum ol association,the disposal ol sewage ..n. be over.
agreeittcnt between the new coin- j conic.
pany and the council, and   tlie
bylaw Ior the electors were all
considered,   clause   liy   clause
Several amendments were tn.idc
in thc articles  of  association,
and the several documents were
adopted,
The committee recommended
that automobiles be carried mi
tiie ferry at a return rate ol
twenty-live cents ami that local
residents owning automobiles be
granted a monthly rale ot two
dollars.
Council adjourned lo meel on
Tuesday evening, when these
matters will be linallv dealt
with.
nia ny hundreds ol people were
called upon In sustain their disappointment as best they could.
.Manager Heard of the ferry,
and Manager Perry of the B, C.
Ivl. Kv. Co. affirm that  their
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Uvea ewe made nappy during i
li ttas decided ihal fortnight- very itrenuoui day, because the
ly reports sli ill be requested crowds welt unusually good na*
ironl the nii'ii. i' l,,\iii;i ollice] tared, patient and appreciative,
during llie .-aiiir.n■■; .mi thai everv situation and enjoying
the plumbing -nyi' ."• It m-1cheerfully making the best ol
Itructed to call at iiii houses
thronghout the city and personal!)   explain   ill',   un KpellSlVe
means i>_v which   radically tn •
withal ,i happy day.
METHODIST CHURCH
At the adjourned meting "I
the city council, held Uonda)
evening, Mayor Mav presided
and Aldermen McRae, McNeish,
Schult/, \'iiung, Dick ami Brain
were presenl.
Campbell tt Miller errote, asking that Sl. George's ave. from
I9tll streei south to the lane be
cleared ol brush as a precaution
against fire; referred to board
of works.
Alderman McNeish, as chairman of the board of works, ev
plained that there   is   a   largi
Banker oi application ior rood
work on lile, and tlui they will
be .ittended lo as tapidlv as
possible, 111 order ol rcicpnnn.
C. M. Kittson errata, with re
sped to a sidewalk on i',th
streei, from St. Andrews to
Ridgwav, lor which application
was BMC eight months ago.1111
der the local Improvement by
law. Clerk lo reply that the
lliallur of the Ironlage work is
now receiving lhe allctittoii ol
the council.
Mayor May explained that Hi
work under the local Improve
iiii*iit Inlaw was being delayed,
lm ause of an uncellaintv win
had aiiseli with respeel (hereto
The city solicitor is ol opinion
that il the city's portion ul
such work is lo cOBatitfltC a
charge upon the general credit
ol the city, llien it will be BOCei
tot] tii submit ,1 brUa* to ta
ratepayers in e.uh inslaiiu-, bill
il the city's portion is lo con
slitute a charge miK agataat
thc properly urectly benefited,
ill-en no such bylaw is necessarv
The mayor relerred lo ihe t\
treine difficulty ol raising
liionev under the latter arrange
tm nt.
District Clerk Alex. Philip
wrote, in rc-ply to the Idler ol
the city council with relet uiu
to exchange ol water KTVici
Clerk to write district council,
enclosing copy ol letter, ami la
aak if the earns is the letter thi  marred im   many,   bevaUM
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district  council  wished   io
forwarded to tin cit) council.
The city revenue bylaw lm
1909 was read a last lime and
linallv passed. The in,uui .nnl
aldermen's indemnity liv law lm
1409 was likewise linallv adopt
EMPIRE DA\
Tin* repoi is oi the Iran poi...
lion companies go to iho* mat
Monde) was, in sunn respects,
a record breaking da) locall)
The icriy transported 1 total ol
approximately 1 |,ooo people, a
record wincli is excelled oal) b)
lllal ol Jul)    ist,   190/,   wm 11
the Incorporation ol the nea
uiv was celebrated, Lhc management is deserving ol special
credit tor the excellent anu expeditious  111.lllllll   III   Willi II    till
immense crowds were bandied,
The 1). C. Electric Inns carried a loial in toiimi numbers ol
7000 people, vvliii.li is  1500 ui
.uiv,nice ol lhc innnlai i t.i. nt,l
on tin occasion relerred to  a
bOVC,     On bulb lhe I,vnn vallcv
aiiil ihe Capilano Inns tne u.iv
el was iln In.tv nst mt   record,
Manager I'eirv   Instituted,  lot
the  Insl   lillle,  a  lilteili  lilltllilc
service oa the Keith road line.
The arrangement worked perfectly, great!)  lacililaling   mc
handling ol lhc huge CTOWOl,
and calling Imlh in.iir, lavo)
able comments irmn the travi a
ling public Man igi r In 1 v
hopes t" be able 10*1 llecl
sulci.tide improvement in Uu
lolling stock a 1 present in um.
The returns from ihe tramway, go to show that both tin
east  ami  lhe  west  ends ol    tin
diitrict weie target) palroni; 1 *.
b) punk partita, mountain
climbers and  pleasure seeaers.
The stage Inns 110,11  tin   Kv 11 ll
road iinin up tlic Capilano,wei<
Working  at   linn   iiiii  t.i, .ni. ,
throughout iln day, but   wcw
un.ibll in handle .ill tin business
thai    offered,   although    tae)
proved m the  greatest   ■*
ance ud were greatly sppruiat
ed bv ilu- public.   P. Larson it
porta a vttv large patronage at
tin Caayon \ iei hotel, .nnl  it
is already i learly demon it
1 lllal tin- house lills a long lilt
vv.iut and will In nl tn, j/ii.tltst
convenience to hosts ol visitors
Norlh    \ ainmivii     res!
celebrated the day Ia a vai
oi ways,   Several pienh pailie*
vmii  scattered throughout .in
Itlint   palls ol the diatrict,   llll
piiiin 01 iln si Andrea's tad
1.1I1 il<in 1.111 sm mv .ii Brighton
Hi.uh was well patronised .una
was greatly enjoyed 1 hi
n.il cunts ni \ aacoUVl i ami
ilu great lacrosse match al
Nea    ttcslmnislir   wm    i
patronised Irom thi - idi ol un
Illlel.
The   dav    w.r.   niilm nni,itelv
..I
events   win.ii
Tin* annual meetings of  the
several organizations of the
Methodist church have all been
lii'lil, and lhe several societies
arc now in good order for the
ensiling ecclesiastical year. The
follow mg are the appointees to
lhc different boards: Stewards,
Messrs. Cummer, Sugden, Ogle,
dimming, Thompson, (senior)
Cinitt'loii and Sykes;  recording
slew.ilil, .1. Ogle; envelope sleW-
ard, Willi,nn Cumming; traatei
board, M. B, Martinson, W. 11.
Parkin, ,1. Device, A. W. Sullivan, 1-. B, Cummer, 1). Cante-
lon, and .1. Ogle. Sabbath
sihool officers, superintendent,
U. li. Martinsoa, Sr,, secrets
T. Martinson; treasurer 1-'. lt.
Cummer,   Society class lead) I.
.1. Device,     Ladies' aid society,
president, Mrs. S. A. Clement;
vice president, Mrs. G, 11. Morden; sniil.it v, .Mrs. Fred Tuck;
treasurer, Mis. tt. II. Braim,
Tin llii.iilitlv olliiinl bn,nd of
iln- church, when fully coestitut-
by the  further election   ai
seven   society   representatives,
will number twenty-three la all.
Dining the past year, llie Sabbath school has prat tn,illv
doubled in attendance, and the
membership ol the church shows
I mt im nasi* ol iwciilv-llirce.
The tlnniIt sito, building alld
furnishings mst {3700,0! which
JI850 h.is been paid.
Rev. 11. llcdlcv Haltli'lslou
h.is Imu iitnnnil in charge ol
tin dmn Ii Ini lhe ensuing year,
ilu- record oi which will doubtless show in.irked advancement
along all lines.
completed and that on Bssei
street east is well under wav.
Work is progressing rapidly on
opening Centre road through D,
L. his, eaat to lot 17, e distance
of 900 feet Operations will In
begun next week on opening the
Kobson road and blanches in
D. h. 7"4* The water will likewise ibe laid in this vicinity,
from the Capilano pipeline, tiie
city of Vancouver having granted the necessarv permission.
Engineei Cameron has under
consideration the Improving ol
trunk roads throughout lhe dis
trict, for automobile trallic,and
is strongly ol opinion thai an
eflort should be made, to make
the roads Inviting to this class
ol travel. The road niakiti;
plant will arrive in the near
future, when Mr. Cameron wu
recommend that these roads be
aaarsdemlied and put in lirst
class shape.
HARMOR COMMISSIONERS
LOCAL -NEWS
v v
:
lilt 1    The  w.itel'  w.is  luili.      oil   Iln
1 a mv s,im.c Thursday, to per-
Hm n   On the 13th insl
wile ill E, II. Ilridgeiii.iii.
daughter. mil * isar) alteral ions  to
For sale-A secondhand cook ll'*' l'U,ls*
ing range, 111 good condition ti, I. Boull lia: purchased the
Applv mornings, Hope, ist residence ol Mr, Ling, on 15th
street east. street west, and will live there-
It is stated that ihe sawmill - ***** toon
east ol the Wallace shipyards, A Chinesi restaurant will be
has been sold ami vvill resume opened short.) at nj Lonsdale
active operations. avenue,   ui lei              prietor-
Wanted—An old uian to   took »h»P "' ':""K
after garden.    Applv W.Bailey,
I.nst. \1.11 ia in. wire bailed fox Ii 1 * ■ i"'1 laa
head,    Return to E, P, Pollok,
cor. Keith and Cheslei -field,   a 1
540 Granville street.
The New Westminster lacrosst  17th Itreet east; reward
leant still holds the Minto cup,|   An- vmi a tea crank:
ll     Villi
ta iviiii-.tii
latli-il lii ivintii.itt II.,
it Kiipu 1 lIty was announce)
10 i.ill al t .itt *. wharl un hi 1
w.iv up Howe Hound, v ipinni
l. .ili s h.iving gt iiiiiiii i|) .111,1111
ed lhe ow in IH un   I'l it'll) .'■   w llli
ea.   lt provides [„r a s,,l,iiv im ""  -**haifc, lml   Mich  1   Largi
the mayor o( Snmo ,nid lor cub *■""•■   boarded   tbi   vessel    at
.il'hiiii.in oi (130, Vancouver tlmt tin local   call
The bvlaw to million/,    ih, w-ls abundoacd wilhoul soiece,
tratisler of lhe lerrv to tin  n,w \tUtA I" -h' chagrie
joint  slink iiimpaiiv    was    H people who Were Waiting 0tt tht
considered and linallv adopti 1 wharf,    Thi Ihi eliall 111.1t.h .nl
Aid. Young 1,illni  .'n* Mit,n
lion o| lhe toinicil '.o 1:,,    md
of some action with reiercttci lo
the lanes lliroiighoiii tai   t'tv,
and  advocating  ih.it    negnliii
turns  be  inaugurated    i,,    haw
llii-nt all thrown opt:
vt 1 Usui  lm   tin   ilh im.tiii.     .ii
Rll ll,lllllll   p.ii k     Ilk, wi .1    1..lllll
io materialise,   Tin reason
1i1l.nl  is  that   Iiii   111.111.i;:-1    <>|
tin* T,in.in.1 team bul nol b.en
dulv iia>tiii.il iiiii In   learn
to pi,iv   two in,iltln s thai   dav
The liliatne iiiiniti'lii*.  was ,1,     I  h'   KftUod  I"  pul   In*  llien
slriltlt-il   tO  go  over   lhe  1 tli-. Ill   lhe   Held        II.I'l   ll"   III.ilili
lerv  plat   aiiil  draw   i:p ,•   mm Imll    pi.ivl.    Hm
list   for  plots,   on  a   liniilelat'   plosp'tl "l.i li'iiniii" Iwd
basis. ami    undi 1   iln      *   lllll
I
LOCAL PYTHIAN NOTP'.S
Ai the meeting on Mav 15, no
ess lhan im applications  lor
membership were received.
\  large  contingent  ol  tbe
members will go tO Seattle,   to
taki pert In the big Pythian di
inoiisiraiioii   there  during  the
Wit k  .'I   .llilv   ),
Tomorrow 1 vtiinig a temple
of the Dram.die Ortlci of the
Knights ol  Klioiassan will   In
Instituted In Vnncouver, Kent
oi the Pythians from hen will
join as charter members.
following are the newly elect
ul officers ni ihe local Pythian
lodgi for the ensuing term:—
l.  C      A    lv   Kealv
\ t      I   R   Hadgir
I'll I       II     lllll.lllsoll
M tt     I   La  Kennedy
\l t    A   N   ('.ill. 11
U K     A    Davies
K R S    II   !■:   K. i.l
M A     A   W In clcr
I.O,     \   l..iw
0.0   a lee
Hi \l.l-.i-.U-;   WATSON
.1    .1    MtAleeie, ol this   illv.
ami   Miss   l-'loliim    Kliubeth
tt.ilsi.li dallglltct ol .1. I-. ami
Alls. Watson, "I Y.itnoiivii.vvtti
iiiiiiiii in the bonds ol holy nial-
ininiiiv, al   l"7  ud .iv inin. Ni w
ttisttiiin* 1,1. win ie tin bride's
parents an temporarfl) tisni
Ing, on Uonda). Mav 14,   Rev
A. !•;   II, tin tingimi, of Cnliiiii
bl.ill collrgl . |'i ll.iiiilul the uli
iiniin Tin groom was stippml
ed bv Noiinati Mnllelle. SM iln
l.i nh lv Mis*. Cttssv I snick*
both .*l Vani "livi 1       The liappi
uple have takm 111> thai
iln,1   111   lb.     tosv     Hew    home.
im nil) creeled "tt 111I1 itreet
DISTRICT ROADS
Road making in Uu- different
put   .,1 ib.  district, is being
pushed as last  as available llien
ami means will permit 1 '■ ■
work        1      ■ strict wesl    1-,
President I). G. Dick, ol the
North Vancouver 1-oard of trade
is iu reception, from the department of marine and lisherics, oi
a uipy of the bill, constituting
a board of harbor commission-
era for the port of Montreal,antl
is also instructed that the government will be pleased to li.iv.
North Vaacoavei submit a draft
measure, ior the guidance of Uh
department In accordance with
these developments, a general
meeting ol the board of trade I
being called, for Tuesdav cvet
ing next, iu the city hall.
Meantime the Montreal act
will bc considered by members
ol the executive, in order that
definite information on the more
Important phases oi the matter
in.iv  be available.
Those who have given the
question careful consideration,
ire of the opinion that the two
most important considerations
from the standpoint ol North
Vancouver, firat, the securing oi
1 tlatise governing the coneUtn
tion ol the boat.I. stith that an
impartial  tribunal  will  be   st
cured, thus ensuring, as lar   a
possible due consideration   ai.
lair treatment to the interests
ol the North Shore, in wltatevei
plan   of   harlior    development
may be linallv adopted; ami set
olid tile possible llisel'lloll   of   a
11.disc reciting the peculiar ad
vantages ollered by the llolli
shore with ,, proviso alt.uiml
stipulating thai a staled itiini-
Uire ol the Imard for perinamiil
mum proportion of the expendi
improvements shall be applied
In the Hot tll shole The matter is om- oi paramount import
aim  and should ensure the pre-
■.imi' of a very large number ol
Influential property holders ami
other citl/clis at lhc board ill
trade session, on Tuesday evening.
having defeated tin Reglna Al;
Stars iu two straight games,
Contrary t > npetuti 11,then
was no le-iu.ie baseball [Wire mi
Monday, '.ac raconu *.c uu ie
iusing to play witli*ml oli'i i.il
authority.
The lerrv people registered a
total exceeding 14,000 lares on
Monday,  ami lliis huge   I rowd
was handled irpeditioiusl) ami
Without mishap.
The Infant nn ol Kenneth ami
Mrs. Graham died mi Tuesdav
ol this week, alter a brief illness.      The  (uncial  look    plait
are, u, Braid's Hist, in -bulk,
ami be satisfied, T. Hutchison,
West End stoic.   Phont
The funeral took ; i * Thurs-
daj i" Korth \ !l'- ouvo ci me-
itiv, iii the infant daughtei   of
Ml.    .lllal     Ills,    llllll.aal,.    a,|    I,Will
Vallcv.
U. It   Martii
moved his real i i   to
lilt    'loll    II   \l   alunl   tu   I,is   lor-
tner    premises,   in   the   Home
block.
N. S. LePagi   oi  \
has puitli ised tin n* w hou
centi) I'inli bv T. Ilm.ins,,n.mt
Thursday, in Nortli Yancouver   sth street, wesl ol Chesterfield
cemetery.
The basket picnic ol the Bt,
Andrew's Society lo Hn^lnmi
Beach, Monday, wu a distinct
success, I laige pari) jmillie'.
illg hilher in launches A ,it i
pleasant time was spent
Mrs. C. lv Lawson and In*
lillle daughter Di rolhv, will
leave  oll   Sallll*!',,   JuBc   -lb,
Ior Glasgow,  Scotland, mi   a
visit to Mrs. Lawson'-i ; irenl *
Mrs. I.awson will be al l.oiiic mi
tt'eiimsiiav afternoon, June .nd
avilille.
Uu ihe .-|th, th.'ll C. ..I. Ry.
CO.    ...llllllll    la''.   ,    l.l*
I..,,,l  ii.iinlii'.c   system,  whiih
lllllslllllllll      ..       Il.aalal      fot      till
company.
Mis \\   t   "> I has i.i
In      ilia .'..' iftel .'..l.li
iii.mills' i. nli im in \'.iih'rn- ti
ami iv again residing oa ist
street -
Roil Renshaw.
hr. wai    B .'ii
gil Venable, nl Seattle,  Honda)
C
Mr
WII.I, INYKST HERE
I   Anhibiihl   MaiKni/n
the lirm of A. MacKenzie \
Calgary, accompanied
Springer, ni Calgary,  .ind  M-
Neale, ol Omaha, Ncluaska.v.as
a visitor iu the utv  ihis .iftn
iiuiiii.     Hr.MaiKeli/li  taini  uill
w Ith a view to purchasing SOttM
Prince Rnpni  realty   lor his
lirm and ior cUeBte, bin iound
Ins ardor loiisidcr.iblv dampen
iii from a nearif examin.iiioii,
ami from the high prices pn
vailing.      He  was  lin.sl   faVOI
ablv tmpreeeed arith Korth Van
t'liiver's ti,ilui.il ailvantagi s and
her luture proepects, and
through his advuc considerable
"iitsitle capital will probabl) bi
invested in this iilv
A meeting ..I the North Van    nighl
uiiivei    Athliln    club   will    be | vti, bv  .- Iall'. In 0,
held iii the inch.ill, mi Tuesday, Quite a aumbei
.lime ist. at 8.30 pin., io ...ii tin- local  lodge.  Sons "i Eng-
sider the rules of the club,   to [land, went  t" Vancouver,   mi
arrange for the formation of  a Sunday, to  attend   i'n   annual
baseball tlui., ami to ,,nisi.In church parade of thai I
the resignation ol ih,* president, |,,„.,„|    Ul  p
Iietween tm ami ilmn ib.nis i,,.,,,! ifaaped pendant ■ 1 lady'i
and pnopk attended tbe lacrossi chain.   Ownerma) lecnn
match at   New   tteslllllllster   on at    Ull   ■ proving
Monday, childree were aduiiit, I property and defraying 1 \|»nscs
iree.      The le.eipls (or  the  tvv,        ,.,„   j,,,,,      ;. ,.„.
games ol lhc se.les, all,.  .:.! .1    „,s|ll(|  ,,„|r ,,„„„  i„[[i... _.!„„,,
pellses   were   paid,   w,i. , „     1|ml|   ^g,.
01 this each team received hall   tnblen, flowers,  chickens.    >!>•
Lost   Mav .-iih, a piitst.,,,n  , month.    I'.l'hi  Hurra;
taining a sum oi money and a Phone (7,
number ol cheques mi Mi Nan's    _ ,,
.      * ,     ' 1 111,1 IK i.m \ Grand   il
logging railwav, wesl lapilaim,   „      ,       .   ,.'
1.111. J      c    Stark, aai  Vaucouvi
lR-tWeell     bllltk*       I'.I.'',      la.Sl ,    laaS ■
„ 1   ,    ,      , *     ,   , visited the local lodge
and    140 .     A  itwa .1   ul   |.\. ,       ,     , ,,
1 a, .      j, 1 , , , ast 1-inlav  nighl.    lb  v...
loll,irs will l.i   paid  nn   ti linn ..      ,
1      , ., '       ,      --   ,, imiipained  b)   Worshlpltil
ol  same   to   Alt \.iiiiii 1   ,-V   Ma, '
„   ,,,, ,    .     ,,   ,. tn   Anderson    .iio\  mlid lliem*
llaglltell,  N. ii tll \ alltoiivi I , ,  ,,      ,,
, 1  Mt    Iiiiii  lodge,
he Kxpress presents,, crowd
id app.a.al.te tills w,ek. ITM to       ''    Uvl"   """'' '   b"
the   instil. n  advert!
liii-ni relative 1.. the bylaw   foi ' '"'l
ih. nea tor company,  whn * into partnership
is 1,, I,,* submitted t,, ih, ,i,,i Smith.  >. *,
..I n  lune ta,    N.\t weel ■""'     Ul   "''"
n is hoped 10 hav,  ill,    papei ronslilerabb  rap
beiiei    balaii.til wiih  reading Ul- h,s l•',ll,l »VIBI
in.inn ' in that   l.n   loi
I. (',. Robinson, lhc ncwl) ap
pointed essistanl superintendent     \ nea 1
oi the li C   I'.I  Ry. Co., wm I     |n lhe
in iln cit) mi tt.ain, »dav, mak Kl« irii l*
I >}»J4090ll>999«»a HQ3»iJi
TO ADVERT I-
nig his lit -si tmii iii in .piilimi.
in ntdur to gi 1 a..-ii,milt a) wim
the lOCal stall  I thi   lm il svs
tea,    Mt   Robinson, until  n
uiitlv, was aaaistan!   engineei
with the Sum.is I),vila.piiiiin
Compan)
J   Maitv  Iriends  mil   i,.i 1 .inl.ni
■ es g.itin ted al the trades' hell
"ii Sundav   alien    Last,    to
m.iiiilisi then sympalh     with
1*1,   ll    poWa I'   I
ih. punt,
pan) in |" '11
hting
It .. inti tided 1
1 two   in. 1. '
will grt..ilv nn 1
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Tin
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r-aftiMSMiiti ntnl I- In lbs has*li
nl lh" |iriiii,r ia..I In" ' 0
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'c-eecoceccococceec-aOaKC
the bereaved family an I u \n\ regatta, hei
.1 I.i.i tribute lo ih. ii** • ia  did nol 111 *
the laie Raymond r.  \v -ikrr, N J. Brov
1 blest   son  oi  (',   *. wai the "■' t to cntei
Walk.1  v ha *  leath al llu • n thi li ti
lv   ue oi  hiiuii  v. bich Mi   !'■'
chronicled In lasl  weel      Vs h.is been ;
The si rvlces « inters,
ducted   bv   Rn    11   I!    I'aildn witliai
itOB,   and   the   It I B
place at North V 1.1 •■ • itN worl
ttry. intest. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
BY-LAW  No.  70
, / .,* toauthorizt tin City
tiurtlt I iimai'ii r
*.,' iiiiii nnsi  trantiji r, lo u
| I    llty,     (A,     Ii,
1 "Illlt ll I. llli
ii,, propi rty ttttii tuit It be-
(unijiiiy to nf used in com-
/. rry - i -
ii...
\\ licit.i, *,n i In I wi inn Hi day
ol March last pasi the Lit) ol
N'orih Vancouvei acquired, h)
purchase, (rom lhc North \ an-
couver Kerr) \ Power Coinpanv
I,milled I the whuk l-'ei tv Assels belonging lo lhe said Company,
And will Itas llu   l-i I IV  *s,l v ice
is at presenl being managed,
operated, and maintained ny the
Citv wiii.si liabilit) is. tu muni , unlimited,
And whereas n is inli-ndetl lo
incorporate a Compan) under
tin- British Columbia Couipah-
ns Act, t" be called tin "North
Vancouver Litv Ferries Limit-
t .1, having nn one oi iis principal objects tin acquisition ol
iln whole properly and assets
I., longing i" .nnl used in connection with lhe Fern Sen-ice
in.w owned and opi rated by the
City.
Allal    W lllll,IS   III.     I., 111 IS    I'.ll
cut ami B) laws "I the Coinpanv shall In in lhe form and
contain the provisioos ia the
Articles  oi   Association   and
Memorandum ol Association appended to ilns By-law,
And    whereas     the     Capital
Stock ui thi' Company is lo bc
Two Hundred and fifty Thousand ($250,000) Dollars divided
into Two Iiiiiiiii nl ami Fifty
(Thousand Shares ol One (fl)
Dollar each,
Ami whereat the City Is to receive in consideration ol the
said property and assets hereby
sold, or oilniwi*t transferred,
Bight) seven Thousand Seven
Hun.bul and I'm t) (87,7 (o) hilly  paid  up .nnl  nonassessable
shales III  the Capital Slock   ol
lhc Compan) al iheir par v.ilm.
Aiiil  whereas it  is intended
lhat the Cilv shall at all times
ahold a majority ol shares In the
Capital St,iik oi lhe Company
Be it therefore enacted by thn
Mayor and Aldermen "f tlu
City "i North Vancouver In
Council Assembled 1 with ihe us-
sent ol the Klectors duly obtained) as lollows, mill) The Corporation oi tin
Cilv oi North Vancouver shall
sell to a Limited Company to
be known liy the name of "Tin
North Vancouver City  Perries
Limited" the whole propertv
and   assels   belonging   to   aliil
used 111 connection with the Perry Service noa ..wind and oper
aied by the said City ol Norih
Vancouver at and for the prici
and upon tin  terms and muiii-
lions set out in the Memorandum ol Agreement attached to
and forming part of  this Hy-
law.
(2)    Authority is hereby giv
en lo the Mayor oi the City and
the Cilv Clerk, 111 lhe name and
on behalf ol the Corporation ol
the City oi North Vancouver,to
sign .ind seal with the Corporate Seal oi the Cilv a true copy
ol the Memorandum of Agreement between tbe City of the
One Part and the North Vancouver City Ferries Limited ol
tin Other Part, appended lo this
Hy-law, for the sale or transfei
of all the property and assets
belonging to or used in connci-
limi with lhe Perry Service now
owned, operated and maintained
by the City.
(3) Authority is further here
by given the said Mayor and
City Clerk to tlo all slich Deeds
and things as may be necessarv
lor effectually vesting the said
property and assets in the Company, when incorporated, but
not until then.
This By-law may be cited for
all purposes as "The North
Vancouver City Ferries Limited
By-law lyoy."
Passed by lhe Council on tlic
Twenty-fifth day of May, A. 1).
1909.
Received the assent of lhe El*
Hints of the City of North
Valiiouver ai aii Election held
lor the purpose 011 the
day of Jtme, A. T): looo.
Reconsidered and linallv adopted by the Council, signed by
the Mayor and Citv Clerk ,'inl
Sealed wilh lhe Corporate Sial
on the d.iv "I .lum
A. 1), 1909,
Names
Atldresses
Descriptions of
Subscribers
XORTH
VANCOUVER  CITY   PARRIES  LIMITED
COMPANIES ACT Wl AND AMENDING ACTS
ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION
- UF
NORIH VANCOUVER CIIY FERRIES LIMITED
L'itEUUINAin
1.    'I lie regulations contained
in Tabh "A" "i ihe first
Siliiiltih' 10 "Tin Companies
Aii,  1897" iiiiiiiii,ilui   called
Table "A" 1 -llall applv   to this
Company except so lar as the
same an* uiodihed, 1 miiuiiii, added i", or ,iimi.I bv these Ar-
I lilts.
lu  tin   construction   ol
iln-.t   Articles words d ling
tin singiilai number shall intitule mc plural number also,
.nnl words denoting persons
shall tm linlc corporations
3. The business ol the Coinpanv ni.av ia commenced as
soon niter its incorporation as
tin directors hall think lit and
notwithstanding thnl pan milv
oi the sh.in * a,1 ih, t.ompany
may have been subscribed (or
alld allialul.
I'ROCKliDIXUS AT
i.l.M'.RAI. MEETINGS
4, Su II'.II    (J   ol   said   'I .ilib
' A"   is   hereby    uiodihed   by
■.inking mil iln word ia an
the .sixth Inn ol said Su 1:• ,,1
.md substituting   thcrefui   llu
WOrd   "tlllaa
5.    Section \i ol said Table
.\     1    hereby   modified   i>v
.■.inking mil  iln  word 'Ar *
Iln   lil   1   lim     lielu'l  and    sllb-
stituting ilniiim ilu word
"two."
1      Section (3 ol Mid Table
"A"   ii   hereby   modified   l.v
.sinking "lit iln vi.anl "fivi" in
llii    Ill's)   line   tin Iini   ami     sill,
tin;;    liu'i fi it    Iln     vi*.;.I
"two
7.      Set lion   |<i ol   Haiti   I 111)1,
"A" i'. hercbj modified bv
11 iking "in tin 1.don at iln ' ml
then"i m'l adding thereto iln
following ivord ivi thai a
corporation bung a member "i
tin compauy   may   appoint   us
iis proxy iln Mayoi 01 .mv Al
iinin,ui   ni   suih   Corporation
whether .1 member oi Uu Company or nut."
VOTES OF MEMBERS
,s. Every Member shall in,-«
mn* and onlv mie vote loi each
sh,nt Iniil l.y such Member .um
Section n ol said Tabh "A . *
imi by modified accordingly,
TRANSFER 01 SHARES
y.    The Directors may refuse
Ito register any  transfei   ol   a
I share:—
1   (a)    when iln Company has
a Inn oil tllc shalis
■by    tt Inn tin- Transferor  is
null liled "i    in   ,mv    way
obligated t" tin Company,
1,1;    l mil iln Transferor has
lirst 1 iiti till such shale   lo
tin Members through  ihe
Sun i.n v 01 iiii t ompany
lor thirty days .it i'.n
DISQUALIFICATION
ni- DIRECTORS
i" Sn inm 57 oi said Tabh
A is hereby modified bv
sinking out the colon alln iln
Uii nng oi iln Compan; , ..in 11
iiii 1 ml "1 iin lust disqualification .unl adding thereto tin l"l
low mg words "iln 1 ib.ui that
ni Managing Directoi,"
DIRECTORS
11. Sei lions }8, vi and 1 ol
snid Tabh A ' an In 1 > 1 ■ - a \
tlmlcil ami tin following nb
stituted ilnn lui; "Tin Dirt *1
ors appointed ai iln Pii -1 fii n
, lal   Mm llllg  .1II1 I   llii   regil Ila
iiiiii "1 the Company. --li.il:  un
less Ill'll tiun "I "Ilm I. ..ih. 1
wise terminated, hold oflice un*
DATKI) Uie
nine hundred and nine.
day of
Witness to the above Signatures
A.D. One Thousasd
ul the lust Annual General
Hind "company" appearing .it
thev shall retire irnin office and
when their successors shall be
appointed, and thereafter all thc
Directors shall relire annual!)
unless llieir   term   of  ollice   is
s er terminated, Retiring Dt-
rectors shall be eligible lor ic
election."
1:. Notwithstanding any vacancy in the board ol Dire* lm
lhe Continuing Directors UUI
act, until the election ol a new
Director to lill tllc vai amy
the next ensuing meeting ol the
Company.
13. The Director! shall appoint Officere oi the Coinpanv.
which may consist of a I'res.-
ileiu, Vice-l'resideiii, Managing
Director, Manager, Suii'l-v,
Treastiiuf, and olher I'ucss. 1
employees, .md the inui ims
may appoint  such Officers  .*:i
suih terms and rciiuiii.-r.ilioii
ami with sin li  powers as   thev
in.i\ deem expedient end from
lime to lime determine, and any
iwo offieee may be he'd by one
person,
PROCEEDINGS 01
DIRECTORS
1 p The Directors may meet
together lor the dispat.ii o:
business, adjourn ,i"i' othcrwisi
regulate their meetings nml pi"
leedings as thev Inav ll.inlt lil
and may deter,nine llu quorum
iiiHcssaiy for lhe truncal Um' "I
business.
NOTICES
15.    The accidental uuiisMfii
In give any notice to .uiv Meln
i.ii oi the Company shall not
invalidate am resolution wheth-:
11  '.pn lal 01  "iln 1 u ise,   passed
ai any meeting ol ihe Company,
Memorandum of Association
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Company;limited by jhar.es
The Name ol the Company is the "Norlh Vancouver City Ferries, Limited."
The objects [or whiih lhc Cumpaiiy is to be established are:—
To adopt ami carry into eflect, wiih or without modification, an agreement
which has already been prepared, ami expressed to be made between ihe City
of North Vancouver ol the One Part, and lhe Company ol the Oilier Part,
copies whereof have, ior purposes oi Identification, been respectively indorsed wilh the signature oi John Harold Seiikler, a Solicitor ol ihe Supreme
Court of Hritish Columbia:
To ptiicha.se, lease, obtain  by   tender or competition or otherwise acquire,
franchises, charters, ami licenses io operate, ply, and manage ferries or anv
share or interest 111 such Iranchises, charters, ami licenses:
To acquire by purchase, lease, exchange, or otherwise either wholly or in pan,
iorcsliore rights, concessions ami privilege*, terminals, doiks, wharves, pian,
landings, slips, warehouses, ami any interest inerein, ami generally every*
thing necessary tor the handling, loading, unloading, ami eqaipmcnt m passengers, and freight ferries, steamers, steam-tugs, launches, Boats,  sums,
barges, ships, boats and vessels ol all kinds, latlway trains, cars and vehicles and conveyances ol all kinds:
To acquire by purchase, lease, exchange, or hue, or otherwise acquire, cilhci
wholly or in pan any interest or share m, passenger ami freight terries,
steamers, steam tugs, launches, boats, scows, barges, lighters, ships ami
vessels ol all kinds, and all capiipnniiil, gear ami plant used 111 t mined ion
with such passenger alld liclglil lerncs, steamers, sliain tugs, lauiiiiies,
boats, scows, barges, ships and vessels ol all kinds:
To buy, sell, charter, hire, build, repair,   equip,   own,   improve,   maintain,
manage, operate, ami navigate passenger ami ireighl terries, sic,nuns, steam
tugs, launches, boats, siows, bargee, lighters, ships ami vessels ol all kinds,
railways and tiainvvavs operated bj anv kind ol motive power, m anv 111
iciest or share therein, requisite im the purposes oi Hits Company's operations, and to lcl out to hue or cliarlcr the satin•:
To carry, handle, and accommodate passengers, His Majesty's mails,   live
stock, vehicles, goods, merchandise, Height,,nui traffic ol any and all k-m's,
111 any ul lhe said Ici'lius, steamers, steam lugs, lallinhcs, boats, scows,
barges, lighten, ships and vessels, railways and tramways, between such
places as lhe Company may  from  time to  iinie determine;  ami  lo collect
money ior fares and ireighl, .unl lor so carrying, handling ami accommodating passengers, malls, li\c stock, vehicles, goods, iiuriliandisc, freight .unl
trallic ol any and every kind, and the doing ol all otiicr things which may
be conductive lo theahtaiaimsiH ol thc objects oi the Company:
To cany on all ot any ol ihe businesses ol ship owners, Stevedores, ferrymen,
forwarding nnd express sgents, shipping agents, warehousemen, wharfingers,
lightermen, barge owners, and such other'iiiisiiitsscs as may be deemed necessary or expedient for the purposes of the Company:
To engage ill, establish, and i.uii mi the business ol ll .nli 1 .s and sloicknp-
ers and buyers and hellers, both wholesale and retail nl goods, wares, lilel-
ihaiulise, coiiiiiiodillcs, ami articles of all kinds.
To sell, purchase, lease, hire, Ict, construct, manufacture, employ  01   use
wharves, machinery, engines, boilers, plant, tools, Implements, mcihaiilial
apparatus, and appli.iiius.and all stub utlm ivoiks.ionvcniinics.ailiilis ami
eilci i.s, as may be necessary Ior, ol applicable lo any business or operation
oi the Company, or wluch may seem, directly or indirectly, calculated to
render profitable any oi the Company's property and rights lor the lime
being;
To generate, accumulate, distribute, and supply steam, electricity ud gas
lor Ileal, lighl and power, 111 connection with the Company's   works   aliil
operational
To insure with any other Company ot person, ngainsl losses, damagcSarisLs,
and liabilities ol all kinds which may elicit ihis Company:
Totally mi any other business which may seem to this Company capable "I
being conveniently carried 011 ill connection wilh any ol the above m calculated directly or indirectly, to render profitable or to enhance the value oi
this Company's properly or rights:
To acquire ami udertuke the whole or uty part oi the business, property,
and liability ol any person, piirsmis, or Coinpanv, carrying on any business
which Ibis Company is authorised lo lariy mi, m possessed ol property suitable for lhe purposes ol this Company:
To ecquirc by purchase or otherwise,  any  patents,  patent  righis,  llienses,
secret proccaaee, propertiee or businesses, in anv way connected with   the
objects ol lhe Company, ami to apply for alld obtain tights cither in lhe
Dominion of Canada, Province oi Hritish Columbia, or elsewhere, ami Ul
sell or granl licenses 111 respect ol any stub patents, patent lights, and sunt
pi01 esses, and lo tn,mill n lute ami sell, or otherwise dispose ol, anv  ol   the
articles that can he mamtfactared under any ol the patents, patent  rights,
llienses, and sunt pioicsscs, whiih may irom lime ta' lime belong   lo   tlic
Company;
To enter inlo any arrangements lor sharing profits, union ol interests, cooperation, joint adventures, reciprocal concessions or otherwise which any
person or company tarrying on m engaged in, or about lo carry on or engage in, any business or transaction which tins Com] j la authorised  to
taiiv mi ot engage in, aai am  business nr tiattsatiimi capable ol being ton
dueled sii as to directly or indirectly benefit this Coinpanv; aiiil to guarantee
the Bonda or contracts 01 otherwiie assist any ench persons or company,
ami to lake or otherwise acquire shares ami securities "i nny msh Company,
and lo sell, Iiiiiii, or otherwise deal with the same:
T" sell, or dispose oi lhc undertakings, lands, property, estate, chattcli and
elicits ol this Compauy, or anv part thereof, tor such consideration as this
Coinpanv mat think in,.md iu particular lot shares, debentures, or secnrl
ties of any otltci Lomjiauy having objects together or in pari liutilai In those
nl ibis Company 1
To promote any othei company or companies for ihe purpose ol acquiring all
or anv oi tin* property or liabilities "I this Company, 01 loi am other put''
pose which may sun; directly or Indirectly calculated lo benefit ihis Coinpanv:
Generally to purchase tn*in exchange or otherwise acquire nal ami pereonal
property ol evetv kind and nature, and anv tights and privileges whnh lhc
Company mav think necessarv or convenient for the purpose ol its business,
and 111 p,niinii,it anv land, buildings, casements, privileges, machinery,plant,
and stock-in-trade. THE EXPRESS, NOit'fH VANCOUVER, li. C.
and   issue   promissory
debenturee,  and  other
(s) To construct, maintain, and alter any buildings, or works necessary or convenient for the purposes ol this Company:
(t) To Invest and deal with the moneys of the Company not immediately required upon such security and in snch manner as may irom time to lime bc determined:
(u) To borrow or raise m secure payment of money In such manner and form -as
this Company may think lit, 'and in particular by the issue ol bonds, debentures or debenture stock charged upon any or all of the Company's properly,
present or luture, or both, including uncalled capital;
(y) To draw, make, accept, indorse, discount, execute-
notes, bills of exchange, bills ol lading, warrants,
negotiable or Iraiislerable instruments:
(w) To cuter into anv agreement or agreements with the Province of British
Columbia, or the Dominion oi Canada, or any Municipality therein, or any
authority local or otherwise, that may .seem conducive lo the Company's objects, or any of them, and to obtain Irom any such Governments or authority, anv rigiils, privileges, and concessions which the Company may think
desirable to obtain, ami to carry out, exercise mul comply with, or, il
deemed advisable, dispose ol any such agreements, rights, privileges, and
concessions:
(x) To lake all iien?*arv steps to obtain Ails ol Parliament or legislation with
the Province ol Hritish Columbia, and lhe Dominion ol Canada, or any other
Governments, or with any authority, local, municipal, m otherwise, of any
place in which lhc Company may have interests enabling them to give ellect
lo these presents, or lo carry any ol the Company's object! into ellect, or for
any other purpose which may seem calculated, directly or indirectly, lo benefit Un- Company, and to oppose any Act, Hill, or Provisional Order, or
proceeding, which may seem directly or Indirectly opposed to the Company's
interests; or to acquire, procure or obtain any powers, privileges, rights or
concessions for the Company, or for any other Company, association or person, which shall be considered likely, either directly or indirectly, to further
the interests ol the Coinpanv in any way:
(v) To obtain anv Provincial Order or Act of Parliament, or any other authority for enabling the Company to carry any ol its objects into eflect,   or   in
meeting any modification of ila- Company's constitution:
(/.)   To do all such things as the Company may consider incidental or conducive
tii lhe attainment of the above objects, or any ol them, and lo exercise generally all such powers as may, (nun time to tune, be conferred ou this Company,-by federal, provincial, or municipal authority, whether executive  or
legislative:
lal) To do all or any ol the above things in any part of lhe world as principals,
agents, contractors, or otherwise, and bv or through trustee*, agents, or
otherwise:
la:I   The Liability oi the Coinpanv is limited:
[o_)   The Capital of the Company is Two Hundred ami Kilty Thouaand ($150,000)
Dollars divided inlo Two linndred and Fifty  Thousand (2)0,000) Shares ol
One ($1) Dollar each.
\\ l'i the several persons whose n.lines ami addresses ate .subscribed, arc desirous ol
Iwing lormed Into a Coinpanv, in pursuance oi ilus MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIA
TION, and We respectively agree lo take lhe number of shares, ill the capital of the Company, set opposite our respeitive names.
Name
Addresses, and Descriptions
of Subscribers.
Number of Shares laken
'by each Subscriber
DATBD this
Nine Hundred and Nine.
Witness in the .iIhivi- signatures
dav of
A.l). Om Thousand
Memorandum of Agreement
MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT made this
dav
in the year of our Lord Om* Thousand nine hundred and nnu, BETWEEN
the Corporation ol the Cilv nl North Vancouver, a bodv lorporale, who ami whose assigns ate hereinafter included in the word "Cilv" and are hereinafter called the City ol
the Om Part AND the North Vancouver Cilv Ferries Limited, who ami whose assigns
.ue hereinafter included m tin word "Coinpanv" ami are hereinafter called the Coinpanv of the Olher Part WITNESSETH as follows:-
1. The Citv berth? agrees l.i sell, assign, transit! ami set over unto the Coinpanv. and lhe Coinpanv hereby agrees to piuih.isc ol and from lhe City, the property,
g Is ami chattels set forth la ihe hirst Schedule hereto, ami the Cm hereby agrees to
lease to the Coinpanv. and the Coinpanv hereby agret.s lo lease of antl Irom the Citv,
the lands and premises sel lorlh in lhe Second Schedule hereto
2. Tin- consideration lo be paid by ihe Company to ibe Citv lot tin said property
shall be Kighlv-scvcn Thousand sivcti hundred and forty (87,740) shales, fully paid up
and nonassessable, in llu capital sloik ol lhc Coinpanv at lhe par value ol One iSl)
Dollar  per share.
,\.    Tin purchase shall be completed mi lhe tlay ol
nexl, when lhe Company shall deliver lo iln Cilv lhe shares mentioned 111 patagiaph
Two i.m lunnl. 111 retail (Af whnh the CitJ  Will assign, liaiiskr and sel over unto tin
Company the property, goods, chattels ami eOocte set forth in ihe First Schedule hereto
and a good anil sulhtlelit Indenture ol Lease ol live I,amis and Premises sel bulb in llit
said Second Schedule hereto at sm It rental and upon stub terms and conditions as shall
hereafter be agreed upon between the parlies hereto.
I rpoti lhe completion of llu said purchase and upon delivery of lhe saiil shares
by lhe Company to the City and the execution and delivery of all netessarv doctlineuts
of transfer of the said plupettv. lhc Coinpanv shall have possession ol the said proper
lv   and shall therealter Operate ami tariv on the l-'errv Serviie heretofore operated and
carried on bv ihe City
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have hereunto canned their cor] ill
seals tii be hereto affixed, UH day and veil Qril above written.
The Corporate Seal ol   the  Citv   ol
Nortli Vancouvei was hereto animal
in the presence ol :—
The Corporate Seal ol ilu  North
Vancouver Ferries Limited was hereto affined in the preeence id :—
■    Till*; first SCHEDULE ABOVE REFERRED TO
I, All the right title ninl in tei 1 sl ol the Citv ol, m and to a 1.1 .11 1 Indenture of
Lease dated the Tliiiin h t',,* ,,i Manh, Om* Thousand Nine Hundred und Eight, and
in.nh- between the Canadian Pacifii Railway Company ol tin Fust pari .'.NDtln Mirth
Vancouvei Perry I Pour* Coinpanv i,united ol the Second Part, ol ihi landi and pre
mises therein mentiaued and which leas, was by aulgniiient bearing dan the twentieth
Day ol .Uarch, One Thmi*,in I Nine lluni'.ed ami  Nine assigned  bv   tin   uid  Tile  Kurtll
Vancouvcr Ferry & Power Company   limited to lhe City; ab" all th   gi -. ehatte'i
and personal piop.-'iy oi lhe said Lily   situate mi  lhe premises nitniimu 1  111  llie said
Lease.
2. All the goods, chattels aud tileits oi ihe City (but exclusive ol the wharl ..nl
buildings) situate ou tin. premises sei lorih in the Second Schedule hereto at lhe City
of North Vancouvei' in the Provi,,, m British Columbia,
3. The Ferry Steamier "St. George" wilh all her boals, plant, machinery, paraphernalia ami equipment,
4. The Ferry Steamer "North Vancouver" with all her boals, plant, machinery,
paraphernalia and equipment.
5. The Steamer "Surrey'1 with all her boals, plant, machinery, paraphernalia
and equipment.
6. All that license, tight, power, aiid privilege, io operate a ierry service granted
by His .Majesty King Edward til iu the right ol the Province ol British Columbia i"
the City lor tiie period ol iiiieeii ;i,si years noui ihe date ni the said Grant subject to
all the terms anil tonditions 1.1 me said Grant Contained,
7. All tlic right, title and Interest of the Ciiy oi, in ami to a certain Agreement
dated the First Day ol July, One Thousand Nine Hundred ami Might, and made between
the Canadian l'acilic Railway Coinpanv of the One Part and the North Vancouver Ferry & Power Company Limited ol tin-Other Pari, granting permission to Uu said North
Vancouver Ferry ii Power Company Limited to lay a certain wain pipe on ilu property ol the railway Company utuier tneir road bed Irom Alexander Mini in ihe premises
leased by lhc Canadian l'acilic Railwav Company to lhe said .Nortli Vancouver I'ciiv I
Power Company Limited, which Agreement was ny Assignment bearing dati tin iwuui
clli day ol March, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Nine, assigned 10 tin City together
with all beneliis thereunder but subject to all the terms ami conditions therein contained
8. All the right, title and interest of the Citv ol, in ami to a certain Agreement
dated the Fourteenth day ol January, Oue Thousand Nine Hundred .mu Nnu, mane Between tjlie North Vancouver Ferry ci Power Company Limited ol tin 1-iist Part BM ihe
Imperial Oil Company Limited oi the Second Part loi un purchase ol tenant arums
described iu the said Agreement lor lhe period ihurein mentioned and whiili Agreement
was by Assignment dated the Iweittieth Day ol March, Om Thouaand Nine Hundred ami
Nine, assigned to the Clly logeinc-r with ah benefits llieieunder bul subject to all the
terms and conditiions therein contained.
y. All the right, title ano interest ol the Ciiy oi, m ami 1,, a certain Indenture
dated the Twenty-first day of October, One Tl.ousanii Nine Hundred .mu ttighl, made be-
tween the North Vancouver Ferry & Power Company  Limited ol ilu Om Part and 11.
V. Smith and Thomas A. Martin oi the Other Part giving Uu right lo Un said smith
k Martin to advertise 011 the,Steamer "St. George' and the Ste.umi "North Valium
ver" together with all beiielits Ihcri-under but SUOJeCt to all the terms and condltioni
therein contained, which Agreement became assigned to lhc Clly by Assignment in.unig
date the Twentieth day ol March, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Nnu
in. All the right, title and interest of the Citv ol, in and to a certain Agteeiiiint
made between iln- Hritish Columbia Distriit Telephone tt Delivery Company m the One
Part anil the North Vancouver Ferry & Power Company Limited ol uie Other Part,
dated the Second day of .tunc, One liiousand Nine Hundred .nul Eight, being an Agree
liic-nt in connection with lhc installation ol a Nighl Watchman's telegraph signal ami
fire alarm boxes at tlie loot oi Columbia Avenue, Valiiouver, whnh Agreement was by
Assignnieni dated the Twentieth day ol March, One Thousand Nine Hundred ami Nine
assigned to the City together wilh all lhc benefit! tliiieuniler but subject lo lite term*
aud condition! therein contained.
11. All olher the goods, chattels, choses in action ami property "i the Ciiy iii
connection with the said Ferry Service together wilh llu. book debts ol llu Citv 111 um
neclion willl the said Ferrv Service and ciidiiins ol lhc same.
TIIK Sl-iCOND SCHEDULE ABOVE REFERRED To
ALL AND SINGULAR that certain lot or panel ol laml. and laml covered bv
water, being imnposcd ol a portion of Hurrard Inlet adjoining and 111 limit ol parts "I
Lols 271 and :;i in ihe District ol New Westminster, in tlm Province ol liriiish Columbia, which may be more particularly described as lollows thai is io sav
Commencing al a pmnl in the Easterly limit of Lonsdale Avium .1 distuu, ol Two Hundred and Sen nty-live , :;si leet measured  southerly   along  said  easterly   limit  of    said
avenue from ihe southerly limit ol thc Ksplan.uli, thence mnth ti degrees .'i    untunes
west, magnetic, along sanl easterly boundary of Lonsdale Avuim   produced,  Five 11 till -
drill anil Sixty-live (565) feet, ilieiiu* at right angles thereto, north Ho degrees **' minutea went, magnetic, One Hundred 11001 leet to the westerly boundarj ol Lonsdale Avenue produced, ihenee nortiiiilv along said westcllv I10lltl1l.1tV ol Lonsdale Avenue pto
faced, Five Hundred and Sl\li-hvi   (565) leel,  thellic cnslulv   at   righl   angli-* lo said
wiasicrly boundary oi Lonsdale Avenue prodmeil, Om- Hundred ii""i lui 10 the plete
ol la-ginning, TOGETHER with lhc wharl and buildings erected thcuon
NOTICE TO THi; ELECTORS
TAKE NOTICE thai lhe above  is a  true COO]   01  lhe  Proposed  Ilv-Law.   upon
which the vote of the Electors ol the Municipality "i the City ol North Vancouvei will
be laken within the Citv Hall, North Vancouver, B   C, "ti Saturday, tin  Twelfth D.iv
iif .tune, A. I). 1909, between the hours ol Ninl o'clock s.m, .uui Nviu o'clock pin.
THOMAS SHEPHERD
Citv CUrk and Returning OHieel
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.it tin vole "i the Electors .■! tin Citj
oi Nmtli Vancouvei will be taken "ii Saturday the Twelfth Dav ol June, A D  1909, bt-
tweell the hours ol Nine "'ilmk a in    and Seven o'clock p.in., oil tin   "North VanCOUVel
Citv Perries Limited Hv Law, 1909"and thai arithia the Cm Hall, North Vancouver,
n. C.; and thai Thomas Shepherd has been appointed Returning Office) i" tahi tin vnn
ol stub l-'.lcitois with lhe USUal povvtis in that behall
Mv Order oi the Council,
WM    II     HAY,   Mav,11
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NYE STREET AND ST. GEORGE'S AV.
DoafaitCorner, ijisija, I990.   Beeytenua
Keith Road Car Eine
dm    Block   nway        (Juarler  Actis   lor  J325.00  ind   lor
CAPIEANO See
V.
.Jack Loutet
11 j Leaadele Aveane, (betweea lad sad 3rd Streets), T< lephont kl, THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
TIM. EXPRESS
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BMITH1 RINti tl I  ** HORHEN
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One year •        H-M
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lion,
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taken,
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II,il-I    in*  111 tl
\\***lii.-*l ii eveningtoeliiaurepilbliciltioi
iii the in >i Ittna.
Now H vam
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PI BLK HEALTH
Tin- record oi public health in
N'orih Vancouver, up lo Uu
present, has been such as tu
maki strongly iu inr lavoi. as
compared with uiher cities, I In
. ii natural advantages oUci
til by   lhc   tovvnslle,   llolli     tin
staiiii]i"iiu oi saint.iiimi. have
doubtless constituted a most
important factor in Uus us
imt. marked immunity
iioin disease, either epidemic ui
tllila   . * || as lllllll m 1 IOUS
tonus oi illness, wiu.li has own
enjoyed    by    residents  ol   iln
llaaltll    Sll,ill     .lllll       il' .11     Utilities,
Is,    ul    llstll,    at!     lllcslllllablc
... and likiwi.n constitutes
perhaps tin most valuable ire-
ihnii.il thai i.m be produced in
I.imi   "I   Sorth  \ all,".,' i. ,:i"ii
a residential point ol new.
Ullle-ll'    ,,    illsselllllllt      '.
n will in agreed lhat  it  is a
1..111.U  -I  paramount  import
.mn  thai tins record  in   pn
nerved, and lhat the citizens vi*
w uh each olher in putting lol lb
'I aud 1 (erasing every
■ nii.ii i" iiioini iin* publii In.inn against every possiblt
contingi ncy,
At tin |.n si nt juncture, it is
will thai tin dangers allendani
upon im upproac! ol Uw hot
season iniiiili 1.1 ..munii con-
red, in iis relation lo mis
1.1.inn n.i discussion nhich
i""k i'i.nt .11 un uiv council
iim ting, 1 uesday 1 Venus;, upon
uus niataa conclusively
thai iln *n* -1. ,,n alive  to
lm   iii|ii,ininiils ,,:   the  slllln-
ui'i ilui everything   thai
i.m   in   'imu   througb  oiiitiai
channel   ivill bt 0 oiaki
thi    approaching    iiuiinid    ■
lirougboui    tin
mv.        ll I**,llii       111
intinl, however, by tin individu-
in-* hearty
Iai    llll
accompli .inui 1 im, Ltcai   n
in um, regard       A  mt
a' Hn Ill ,.,,|,
eholilei   aiil   aaittn   provi
mon ' nitiivi i,i.in un , \|„.,
illis   1 iv    llii    ,:lv    at
thrOUgh      llll       'aal,
Scrupulous cleanliness  ibould
**i aboui cviit pn nn**
vicinity.    Ihi prai
ol throwing niiise on
Ul   "II   va, , ,,|      iiuilal
.ninl.    ami
ild I" burn
■ buiiiii.  riu ovcrllou from
hits,  which,  in   nun
'   '   ' ■    Vll
tl      |H|I       la,     lii.        .(j,,   I      a!      Ii'l
a.l
1       , a*   t  "i iln   problt 111 can
uh
■HI   1 llu     Bpti UK  lol
hi niii
bm illtng ll    ' 'it
wnii 1 nng
with earth. By thii simple
means the overflow Iron* the
milks empties into this small
cesspool, percolate! through thc
ground, and every element of ol-
leiisivciiess or oi danger ii ii-
i,ainch removed. A lew hours
labor, m a lew iliill,ns of expense, upon ihe part oi the individual w ill Unis dispose ol the
whole difficulty.
the lettei ova the signature
ni lit. J, A. Ewart Campbell,
medical health officer, which appears in .in.■ • ini column, siiouiii
in ian fully read and obeerved,
The problem ol public health is
ullc nl llllllll,il  itlli 1 est   and     oi
tin highest importance io all
residents, and 1 united ciiort
shiiiil.1 be lorthcoming, each as
will iliiniti.it* all inetiacing conditions and .is iar as poesible,
ensure a continuation oi those
gratifying results which have
hitherto so fortunately obtained
North Vancouver Mails
I ELDER   miki'Xi   CO. \
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Phone 117, Nobth Vasoh ivi in
• Double Corner
Mails close tot despatch as lol*
lows; F.*r V jiicui.vcr and all
points 8 a. ni., 1 uij a. in., 5:15
p. tu.; lui l.v nn 1 ni k, 11 15 a. in.
Mails strive I \ SUCOUVU and all
poiuU, 9:10 a. 111., 1^:45 111., 3145
p. in. Iiu,11 Ly 11 t-iai-iK 2 p,   in.
Outgoing mails lor Lyun eras!
alter 11:15 S. 111. should be de
liven -I .u ii" vn, kit.
Land Notice
Ntw Westminster Land District. Dislriel ui ..ew \tist-
ininslcr.
Take notice  thai   E.   A.   lias-
well ol  Willi "liver,   11.  C.,  o.  It-
palion broker, intends lo apply
ior permission to purchase un
lollowing described landa:—Second Gorton Pasha Lake. Coin-
iiieiiting at a post planted at
iln siiiuli mst corner oi timber
license 1 irt'*-, thence north 40
chains, thenci wist Bo chains,
iheiiie siiiiih Ko chaina more or
less to .shore ul lake, tlnine a*
long  shole ol  lake  lo  point   ol
commencement,
ELLIOT A. HASWELL
Mav   |]th,  *
Land Notice
Niw    Westminster   Land  Diatrict.  District ol New Westminster.
Take notice lhat Willi.un Dal-
/ul Duke oi North Vancouver,
occupation broker,intenda i" ap-
ply tor permission in purchuai
tin following described lands
Horse Shoe bake 1 weat shore).
Commencing at 1 post planted
ilm wesl "i ,, barren  roch 7"
Curds mil III the Horseshoe lake
111,1 Iiiiii bay "ii iln wcsi shore
ill   same   lake,   tlleliie   Wesl    |o
chains, thence south go chaina,
thence cast   |o chaina more 01
li -s   lo   shore   ol    lake,    tlictlu
north almig ihore "i lake   to
poinl "i commi ncement,
WILLIAM DALZIEL DUKE
May isih, 1909.
Bruce £»
Dodd*
groceries
boots and shoes
cents' f-JrNisH'Ngs
sn.a 1, 11.a« well issorted in
sii ■•print: lines
iimi im fliKmn
l  i 1 1  , .   Fsmily   I rede,
Va.iii tt.nl,  snbt it, a|
..il. Avenm nmi silt Sl
l'lione 41.
.|th ami Sl  Andrews,
Illllllll.I al
Cash $1,51)11, balanre to arrange.
Phons iini-, Vamiuvkii 9
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Price $4,000     •
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I THE LONSDALE PHARMACY
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BRING YOUR  PRESCRIPTIONS HERE
Good Drills,
Careful Preparation
Low Prices
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,t, Corner Lonsdsla Avenue snd 8th Street. aja
i Phone at). V
Ladies'
mery
IHf UHSI PAIHRNS
Stvlisli erections hy skilln!
milliners Irom New York ami
Parisian models.
The Newest Shapi 1 trimmed
to lovely elfects ami at  prices
that place then eritbin ths rem
ol the niiiiler.ilt  purse.
Ready-to-wear
Goods
Hloiises. Ilnsirtl. 1 It . * li .
in large- varietv, tin latest unities
anil at right pi
NORTH VANCOUVER RUYER8
should examine our otferuit,"..
Moore's
Iii Illffl sn
149 Hastings St., £.
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l/a|,a*.fa,,*/,,   , |>
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iill kinds ol Minion nml Antique I'uriii*
tors, stun*, mine. Bsnk sod Bar Fixtures     LtspSU-ini 111 aiil ll* I.rani, lie-
17STIili.lSi VV ,11,1, a li,.,i,.,ii,;a| «n,l bin-.l.l,.
II|.|*.*M1, m hi.,,1
M A11.»»!: I >I1KS i;i va*n pronipl stUnttos
C  R. HICKMAN
Grow
Potatoes
Genuine Ashcroft Potstoei sl
a sn ap Inne
Fresh Cream
Everv  S,nm I iy *n |oi .1 |nri|
All lines ol irocerics lot the
beel f.niiilv trade at   ric,ht
prices.
C.R.MICKMAM
l.nli-ilnli* Ave illni Htll
SUMMER
GOODS
FOR
SUMMER
WEATHER
A I ill is* irtini-m "I .ill   kin 1- ail minim 1 ippsrel in
gnsi vsristy 1* t*i     iinin l n* I**      Tin* imt days
makei 111 thro* *,   „„, bssvy wintnt clotbsi I
1I011 -.ii'll   lm |g AAA'   lllil 1 -l il.
Ilesi,irs ihr i,*iit*, Furnishing I- pari n  u vs hevs Whits
mil Brown
Canvas Shoes $i-nand$i.3o
Los ur luirli in 1 r^.-..-»!«      4t L. .,„....
ivViuie      I emus oboes
Children's Bsrefoot Si   nia  751 1
Children's, Misses'   snd   Ladies' White Canvas   Oxfords
lloys' Hrown  Canvas  1 Mnnls  snd  everything  essential to
lac-epmc, 1 tui]
COMI   ANI) SEE US
CUMMINGS
11   t * 1 lothiag,       1    nishia Men's.  Ladii i', ami
Cllildn    s limits ami Shot s.
NEXT TO Bl KNS' AliiA'l MARKET
BUILDERS
HARDWARE
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We have just rei 1 iv >l ami entire u ison'i supply diret t Iron
the liiaiuil.i'tun is  .mil we  COrdislI)   invil'   vi'ii  tn Inui, it
imr.    We am ni a position 10 supply you with anything
111 tins line (rom the very cheapest to the must expensive
and our customers can easily choose what best suits their
requirements.
WE OFI'I.K VOr OUI 1-11--
ANI) QUOTE YOC THE LOW-
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EST CONSISTENT PRICES.
Paine   Q McMillan
The   Pioneer   Hardware
PHONE 12 FIRS1 .\ LONSUAI
I   JUST ARRIVED   I
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JJ A  CONSIGNMENT Of
I
(io-CarU,  Mmj Buggies,
Reed Chair*
PRICES RIGHT
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Iw Mm \m\w\ iiom: .mNifiis:
54   »nd   56   Lonidftl*    Avenue,                                  ^
SPECIAL SNAPS
1' nl ,' 1 ,,in,i tins, in |i 'iiletatil,  an cleared, s,/.,   100x147
1 ovi ly building site srith splendid vn-w ol Inlet.    Prii 1
J its".  Qnsrtei < ish. bslsni 16, 11 iod 18 sl ; p. 1 rem
(ith 8treet, Close to Lonsdale
This lot is 50x140, fronting on 6th  itieel  snd  Victoria
Park so both ends csn be UM'd for building on,    i,   *,l
buildings sll sronnd.    The ownei must hat, noniv so
1 • bsi m idi price right, ,<i 100 msb.
11)1 ll  St ivl-t
• 1 '1 I'l 'i •> onl .1 hall sasl ol  1. inidali,     1. it ffxuo,
ssiily cltarad,   .<4;5.   faejeash, balance to arrange
C. £. LAWSON
Rl *'    1*1 It)   Spi a , ,   sl            i,|     ns l.ih*   \ve.             l'lioii,   ;.i
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^fl/lyy   ^   Gent'Furnishing; and Fancy
Store.  Cor. 2nd & L<nsdale
SPECIALS
ThlS WEEK
I..lilies' snd (Inl.in i'l Goll J'" Inti  / jc li
S mt Waists, I" 'bar   --jc
Si Ii' ts I Prints  10c
Dn is Goods, All Wool  501  srortfa 75c
(all sad ii nt RIBBONS LAI i:s.
1 \ii',kiili'l-.liV.     PAN! V   GOODS   ANH
Nl iTIONS    ll    \'.1111 ' '.' ' 1    pi il 1 s.
DRESSMAKING OV THE PN EMISES
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t THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, 1). C.
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FOR PUBLIC HEALTH
Editor Express:
Sir,—Owing to the absence ol
any sewage system in this citv,
uml tn the Impossibility ol cob-
structing a wholly adequate one
in ihe Immediate luture,] would
like tn call Lite attention nl all
residents, whose premises  arc
supplied wilh septic  tanks,   to
the desirability ni preventing
thein irnin becoming ,i nuisance
in tin- general public,
A number ni tanks sre allowed to th,iin directly mt tn the
street through .1 vitrified pipe,
or a wooden imx drain, which
allows ilu- jr.ists generated in
the tank to escape [reely,  This
stale ill all.ills is tltiilotllitcilK  ,i
nuisance, snd may lie easily .i-
voitleil,   il  ,i   illicit   Oiled   willl
stones .nnl the whole covered Ia
with earth, t.ikts lhc place nl
the pipe, so that the effluent t.m
percolate through the soil, when
most of the noxious vapors will
be absorbed.
Attempting   to   disinfect   ,i
tank with lye, chloride nl Iinie,
or in (act any chemical, is ,il>-
stll'tl, as the object "f .1 scpltt
tank is In provide a lii.xiin.iiit
growth ni microbes, which will
act on lhc ciuilf sewagl .mil hi)
niiv il.   ConsequentK whal the
addition  nl chemicals  accomplishes  is  li)  reduce,   pnssilil\ ,
ihe growth ni micro-organisms,
and impair the efficiency nl the
tank, Snap suds In an) great
quantity ad ia ,i similar man
ner.
The septic tanks in Use in this
city are really cesspits, as i< Is
not poaeible in can*} ,,iu ihe
treatment nl sewage, \ lz., iln
second  process in the bacterial
expiistllt   tn tile air nil spill.ill-
constructed beds. Therefore, it
t*. expedient in (real than .is
cesspits, .nnl tin- less iln- effluent is sttii tin- better, Unfortunately, it is nnt always pus
sibh- in dispose iii it entirely,
on account nl the top soil i" ing
relatively shallow ami resting
on a very impervious stratum
nl hard pan. Much mav be
tlotle,  Imwi'Vi'l,  lie   ,i   s\ sit tii   ol
underground drains,and l would
call ihe attention ol proapei live
builders in this matter, as promiscuous odota dn liiil add to
the charms ol the city. Tmlv
yours,
.1. A. EWART CAMPBELL,
MHO.
May 27, 1909.
CIVIC AJ)VEIT18ING
The joint civic advertising
committee held a meeting mi
Ihursda) evening, A letter
was read Irom Premier McBride
ami  (nun   Hmi. t, I,. Carter-
Col nm, with reference i" assist
Special mention was made ol
the valuable services rendered
111 ilns connection hv Alexander
I'hilip and Dim,iltl Cameron.
The mailer of the distribution
of the folders was referred to
ihe [older committee. The couiniittee will meet on Wednesday
.nni' im advertising at Uh- A.- evening next ami fortnightly
Jf.-P., under the management of jtheresuter, on the second ami
Dr. Rowe. Aldermen McRae'fourth Tuesdays of each month.
referred to ilu- lact that the do
minion educational association
convene In Victoris In July,
and the members will be entertained for ,1 lew days liv the local association in Vancouver.
\hl. McRae pointed out the advantages ni having as man) .is
possible ol the visitors make 1
trip to ihis side "i the Inlet,
and he was appointed .1 cbmmit-
tee in arrange details. The
subcommittee on advertising
was authorized to sunn .1 boi
der design, tor use In connection with advertising, Dun.ihl
Cameron was added to this
committee, A fote ol thanks
was tendered the subcommittee
nn the (older, completed copies
nl which were laid on the table.
Be certain you get
your money's worth
-you will if you buy
CHURCH SERVICES
M  JOHNS nn n 1H0BUST, MVivin
AX 11 I ill kit'.Mil  ,V| k 1 I is.
Holy Communion, s a. m.
Morning prayer, 11
Evening prayi r, 7.30
On the inst Siniiln- in the month
there will bs 1 s, 1,111,1 11*1, bration
ol tin- H"l\ Cniiitininioii ill 11 .i 111
Kcitor : Re*)   Hugh Hoop-1.
IT. IMDSSWl niSSl rSSUM 1 in ii 11
IIXTB ITSS1 1
Services will be conducted rs
iisii.iI  nn  SundS)   I'l   llif p.istnr.
Sunda) n hool, 1 i" p m
Si un 1 .11 Maiiiii- rille si luml ,n
Vi" p i"
Prayi 1 meeting on Wi dnesdaj
* ni lail k
All an  twit ■	
Pastor: Rei  1 D Oillsm, M v
Ml I III ll.l-*. I    1 I ,    t     «.   ' "kM I
mmm IT, .MOST. OSOBi i -
IIIMI .
Honing * rvii e, 11 a. a ■ Sun
iIm si li'iul, 1:30 p. in ; evening
sen 111, 7 J" p ill.
Prayat meeting en Wedm ids]
in ning at / tn " 1 lm k
Preaching in Lvnn   eslll)  oe
alternate Sunday afternoons.
Sunday school at Mooilwilh   al
11 a. m.
Rev,   K.  II.   HhIiI. ist..!!.  I).   A.
pastor.
Nam III    t \M    il  M k   I   lllllll It
isi'ii',   MISSION,
SuniUi   S.frit * nl g
a. in., Sunday 11 hool al 2 \o p m .
l',i null' t   it  t p   in
I'aist.u:   Rei   I-.  Peytaviu, 0.
M. l.V Q,
HAI'IM 1 III ki II. t OKM I   I II Ilt   |S|,
..Ik..I
Slltld.H  st Imlil at   .' n'i In. k p 111
S. III. •   .ll   I "I I'll k  p  III.
Pastor :    Kev. I Iai nl I
All arc welcome.
I
PURE
PAINT
Worth any mini's paint
money, became n-.adr of
purr ntrttrri.-l* 10 tho'
nughty iicrl th.it every
drop dues wla<t p.nnt
must do to he go. '1 paint
PR'-TCCT «ncl LAST.
It I,, 'i  17 yrari to Iind
11.-l I.** to o.e one in-
jirnllt i.l ||,. , ul, tr to Ml.
Painll.' that *,'<•,, ' lengthen, thf lite of lhc paint
But it **a. ajaotih the timet
- became it make, thii
paint well worth it*   me
Mati. bv Imp., i.l Vaaniah aaal
Color Cu.,Lamil, l.ol loronto
t.OlllH VANCOUVLK HMO-
wAKt CO.. 110.
LUL.L  -tlilll.o
Dl-'.UHV SWEEPSTAKE
I'h. following ire the numberi
oi Ibe tickets drawn at tbe Derln
wi a p takes nt Hotel North Vancouver, i uesdsy evening:
Alia I  pit,    1 I J.I
r.,n..i.l , jn
III,H k See, 1 ifi
blsnkh 1, 4 ja *.**.
I liim I Stud, J964
Electric lioi. 3104
Fill tin Vent, 4^50
Pop, 4241
(i.llllls. 4110(1
Golden Plight, 43
(iriiiniiil, 4^.14
I li iw it k, 4 j- i|
l.lillllrrs,   1,22a
M n n the Wint, 47
\l mini,  )1*>0
Prince Pippen, 2H56
St, Victrix, 7809
Si. Bold, 3116
Sn Martin, 4836
Strickland, 2872
l in* Storey, 1255
\ aliens, 21(52
Whirlpool, 1159
Willi 1111, IV. 4217
I lie I'nhl, 1103.
v. r. s. c. B.
The weekly meeting of the V.
P, S. C, B., was held Monday
evening, .it the residence iif Mrs
McBain, Miss H,n occupied
j the chair. The topic, "llirds
and Flowers" received at tin
hands ol Miss Marshall careful
study, showing ho* sweet " 'tis
to Innk through nature up to
nature's God." Next week U.
Hutchison  dials  with   "III  tlu
Camp,"   the subject lor   tlu
Ievening, and W. Philip will act
I.is than man.
I
Water Motoi for Sale
Offers irt mated for a
powerful Water Motor ami n
i-iiiinn   niiiniiiit   nf  |ii|iinp.
mny in- inspeotsd nt
IMIIII
tin- iitlicr
,f.
THRKXPH"B
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I Cates' Wharf
FOOT OF ROGERS AVE.
NOKIII VANCOUVER
Dockagi loi Steamers
Wan n.'ii-* I itnm (nr nil purposes
t  M\!>,  LMC,  Bkitk,   (MUM, ORAVCL
COAI  and LUMBER
1, ; desired Prompt M-rvice
Ami it iwa ii nun
Or nt  RootN  12  iimi   13,   Flick   Hlock,   Vancouver
PH INE 3009
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SUIITH   VANCOI'VKK.
Pioneer
Bakery^
S. H. Walker,  ■   Proprietor
Freeh Bread daily delivered
to all parts o( the citv.
t6 loaves for 11
4 lor 25 cents.
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
HIGH GRADE CAKI
PASTRY, ETC.
PIONEER BAKERY
phons 8        71 Lonsdale Ave
I. (). (). F.
Renew, nl' Liquor Lifeose
North Vnncouver I.nduc,   No.     .,. ,,,. .    ,.,  ,,,.,.. ,
h TAKE NOTH V. tl
JS, int-ets every Thursday even- dn--, 1 int. nil to ipj
lar, corner Umsdale svenue and "si**'"-*'-* '
*" | I'.'iii.mil   nl   ilia* .,.]  or
First slreel, at 8 o'clock.   Visit- \l,,„,lvviil.   lion    :    ■ I
ingO)rcthrcucnr,l,i,l.v,nv,te,.l..^;::::J::;i::;;^:r:,
attend.    A. I,. Clements, \'.C,.;  ll'e.tmhiaterdiitrict,
Tl, C     V U 1     11   '     I'llta-llll   MMinlvvillf, II   C,
Thos. S.  Nve,  Rcc.-sec;  .1.  II. L,„ n, „     A ,,; m,
Pilling, I'in.-sec. [HlgMd  TOM SOOTH
WEDDING
RINGS
SEVKNTEEN  HOMES IN COURSE OP CONSTRUI riOH
We cm  handle as main   tinic.     II vmi iri thinking nf  building
see ns imi t.alk the iiiaitn 1 . Vt 1
CAMPBELL £> MILLER
206 Lonsdsle Ave.
North Vsni'ouvM
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Are bought for, but not by women, yet the fair sex are oftCB
consulted alioul the purchase,
nr they should lie. Wedding
rings cannot he too good in
quality—Ihey are not everyday
purchases. We have theni in
heavy solid gold, guaranteed
to Isst a long lifetime. ln
other stvles of rings M easily
take the lead in variety, quality and low prices. Huy your
jewelry here and you will get
the hest value lor your money.
GRASSJE&CO.
318 Cambie Street
Cars wilt meet sll bosu si pel  [err-  »th« lule,
li sviug outside poind 15 iiiiii..ti s 11, lore srrivsl
ni inui-
WATCH HEX! WEEK'S  ISSUE FOR*
REVISED l U.I-. I Al. 1
n.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY UM1
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Saletv Depiistt Hnxes in Rent   Saletv Deposit Hum* in Keni.
11 in iiiiiiiii'   li
Acta aa Exaculor, Trust-19, Liqui Hlor  Ractivsrt and A.signaa
Court boi d< Ixutd
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INTEREST
Pai 11   mi   1! v '* '*■  pow| iiiU'lfl
fnur um. 1 m ;iriv
PaM  BooHt Itiued
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HOB  K'C.UlTKll-I'dlT.ivlliiiiriia.iii **l  It*
I J P. GIBSON, Hani-irer I G  « tIN'WRIGHI
iiranriil" Man. 1.m*. Bluet*,-- raw Rob* 'a sad Gtaavlll*
T. II. llaiX M 1
M
S.i let y Dipnsil Hnxes to kenl.  Salct ' Deposit Poxc     u K.nl
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CANYON VIEW HOTEL
CAPILANO
NOW OPEN
Tin' Finest Tourist Resort mi Un B.C, Cossl
Automobile SUie Une meetseTtfy mr from endol Ki itli
I   Rnml trninliiii' North Vsnoouver.
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Ilnti'l Bates |2.60 p$r dny ninl apwtrdi
>|ici-iiil rains inr |.i-riii»iii-iil gui
LARSON,
I'miirii'tor
I   I ANCKLLOR,
M usRer
AA.yyyy."yy.~y.-eyyy."y.,<yyy,-te»yyw THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
SLUING 1GGS IOR SAL!
Thoroughbi-sd White IVysndottt:
all uii.tnini.'i*.!. |.' fat -i*ttin|(ol
l.i |gp Al*ai Brooding Ili-nii.
The   Model   Poultry   Yards
IV, i   EH IAM.W PROP,
Or   ] || Via*.,   V Viini*iain,*r
YEARS'
'.,tNce
Tnacc Musks
Dcsigns
Co-'vaiiaHTs ie.
AnTntliaiaianaM'ia R altf-Hi .1*1       . riptl.an Bl.T
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Scientific ;«ricat»,
>, ilily.   I
i  . ler iiii for
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Kith™****New York
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PUBLIC NOTICK is HERE-
l!V lilVKN i" thi Klectors ol
ihr   tliitin tp.illlv   "I   llie Cit}   nl
North Vamouver, that, In uliej
.inn  in ,, Kt m'Iiiu I tin   Mn
nui|'.i 1  CouiH-il  passed  on  llu
2<>tll 'l.i'- "I  Hal a   ll' i|inii
iln pri ' in' "i i'n naid Klectors
,,t ih, ( iu 11*ill* North Van
inuvai   p, v    ..ii Wednesday,the
aV      |)|       llllll  ,      l'|lll|,     .It      IJ    ll'll,Ilk  i n  Inr the purpose   o|
nominating i ui persons lo acl
.is iliu. 1*1 iif h Company i to
in h, u.iitti incorporated * to he
known i. thi 'North Vancouvei
I-.!" * Limited," wlinh
will havi mi "in ni its principal
on, manage
llnlll   .ill,I  ...mini   ul   lhe   wlinli
property and assets hclbngiug
i" ,nnl used in connection with
tin Kern   St iv nt   non   owned
.nnl a | iln Cilj.
.>  i.i nomination   "i
l.itulnl.ins shall 1*1 .is lollows:
Tin ill hi ii"iu
in.iini in iv riling;    the vvi iling
sh.ill :   t'i  l.v   Uro v.il
i iln Uunicipalit}  .is Pro-
pus,r .nt,I SiI'linlti. and sh.ill lu
delivered lo llu  Returning 01-
Imi ii ai.. nun between llie
il.ii. ul iin** S'olice .nnl .' p.m.
,ii tin da} "i iln Nomination,
,nnl in 1.1,1 ,i 1'nll is demanded
and allowed, such Poll vvill  In*
*l   mi   S.iiunl,iv,   iln    l.'th
ll.IV   "I    llllll .   |t|"'l,   ,,i   tin     ("it \
Hall, N,.rih Vancouver, B, C ,
Ki iwi ii tin hours "i Nun o'clock in tin Forenoon and Si vm
o'clock in tin Alternoon, "i
win,!. ■ .an ii heii bj re
quired to lake notici and govern
Bfl) .
Tl.i     l'i ;    ill .   i| ;.,ii:.. |    '*,   l„
nominated loi Directors as
aion .ail * '•. ill I., such persons
is ari ■; h su* ijei is ol
mil  sgi   ui   Twent) om vears,
•|'l.illlinl    llllilet
la*  .nnl win. li.i \.   |« , n lm
. mth   in \i  prm-ding
nomination ilu Reg-
Land Reg
real pro
aa      ,,       1.-S8-
luniiipal
'    ili Hundred        * I'*   11 I      I.  *a||
.mv  registered
.imi   'ilui
iul iiii d .is lluni-
i ipal \ ill
ili> 'i   receiv
ing ' a ■ r ol viiH-.s
sit.ill therein Ik recottuuendeo
in tin sh.iiiholtli: ul ilu Com-
p.niv   i"i   Klei I .    ■ -i .
and in thi  i iheii   ip-
p..mini, in .   afore-
Idi is .,1 the
Company, iln v    hall i ach   and
.ill    "I     ihl 111    ll '|lllll      I'l       Ilia'  a  I illf
i"i iim sli.ni and ii" ■,.*.n in
ilu i apitnl Stock 'ai ii.a pro
ported I oliipuii* al pat v.,In..
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North Vancouver, tht Tn
\       H '      a
Tilo.*:.,s SHEPHERD
iUUtuuig Ulliur THE EXPRESS, NOHTH VANCOUVEll, B. C.
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IMPORTANT  NOTICE TO OWNERS  AND  INTENDING  PLJRCIUSERS  OF
r
NorthVancouver Properties
Cleared City Lots
lor dale at I iis\ Cost
The few rewialning lots in block 52, D. L. &jo,l,n 'l1'1. V^t
street und Kidgwnv avenue, being une block west ul Cjuecnilniry
park.
Inside lots |j00 In 5525 ench.    Corners Jhim each.
Size ol inside lots 50 hy 1511 leet each. Corners 6n by 15b
leet each.
These lots are particularly well situated, 151I1 street being
already cleaied ,ni.l graded to its lull width, and lots ol similar size in that vicinity now selling for fyoo to $Soo each.
The lots above mentioned arc genuine snaps.
For Sale
Intending pntthasers nf choice acreage west oi -.he Cap.'tio
or in any other part id lhe >/is' rid will prolit gieally In. 10,1-
sulting nur large and ix'itisiv. list before negoiiuing for purchase elsewhere.
This being lhe .ninia \c.tr nl our establishment in bSSillUK
in North Vancouver we are i.ltnioughly posted as to the various
properties that may be offered loi sale and their values.
Wc are the sales agents ior a number of estates in North
Vancouver city and district ar ' have a very good list ol pro
perties for sale at prices v hich were prevailing in 1907 and iuo8
during the period of financial ti iression, and as we are now apparently ou the eve nl a period of great prosperity wc consider
thc present time verj opportune Ior investors to make a selection of North Vancouver property belore the greater period ni
activity sets in.
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a a 4 during the period of linaitctl di tiession, and as we are now ap- localities in the citv ol North Vancouver,  and  sli.ill be pleased » a
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Capilano Acreage and City Lots Wanted
Well situated city lots, Ma ks .mil acreage, ami mil sit 11.tied close in acreage in lhe district, particularly west nl the Capilano, and within nne mile of the watcrlront. We haw ,1 l.ii,-'
list of clients, and special l.nililics for negotiating tales where
the prices are right. We Advertise your properly wiilinin Cosl
to you if you give us lhe sole agency for ,1 reasonable period
of time. Our past records demonstrate mir successlul methods
in negotiating sales, and we propose greatly extended opete
tions and a large expenditure along strictly modern lines ol ad
vertising.
We have representatives in several advantageous pails 111
Canada, United States and Great Britain.
It will pay you to list with us lor quick sale if you have SB]
property to offer.
ESTATES  MANAGED
Non-resident owners ol property in North Vancouver who
are unable to give personal supervision to the management of
their estates are requested lo correspond with us, being tin- oldest duly incorporated Company with ils headquarters 111 Norlh
Vancouver, and being financially responsible in every respect,
we can give the ibest assurances possible that business will lie
conducted along lines as accurately and surely as .my banking
establishment throughout the country.
FOR RENT
We have a good list ol cottages and houses lor rent in choice
localities in the city of North Vancouver, and shall be pleased
to show any of them to intending settlers,
Builders of houses in North Vancouver will do well lo look
over our list ol choice lots and blocks suitable for building purposes.
IRWIN &, BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.D. 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chief place of business 111 North Vancouver, H.C.j
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Telephone 15
Keeve McNaught presided  and
Councillors  Westover,   Robson
and Davisiiti wire presenl at the
regular meeting ni the district
council, Friday evening last
Letters as [ollows were read:
Acknowledgements Iron assist
ani minister nf marine and fish-
erica, Ralph SiniUt, Ml', ami
Richard Mi Hinlcpti.\ iiunl premier; liled.
From Premier McBride, regretting the necessity ol postponing the dale nl his being DW
sent st the opening ol the Sej
liinur creek bridge, and stating
thftt he Wnllld advise the council
later as In a cnttveinelil    date
Clerk to reply thnt sny dau
suitable to the premier will be
acceptable to the council.
From K. Gold, to the (fleet
thst he cannot consent to tlu
cutting oil ol a portion of   tin
N. W. part nl 1). I,. H)4i.
I-i nm William Alsnp, asking
fnr a mad in lhe S. W, ', w
I) I,. l"|if, reierred to bnard .'I
wnrks.
Fran I'' C Wads, agreeing to
give e road straw tin- enst end
nl 1057, under certain condition*
tiled.'
Fran -'. M* l-rnmiite, et sl,
residents nn Centre road, asking
that the road frnin the l'ipeliin
road li) Dcltipsey slreet be cleared and graded 'its lllll width,
atullaid willi gravel Of crushed
rock; work In be diille under In
cal Improvement     Clerk  to
prepare! bylaw fnr the purpose,
From .1. V. Orahan, et al, re
sideiits nn King street, rupiesl
ing that  the slreel  be madi
twenty leet wide, and that a
tWO   plank   sidewalk    be    laid
thereon; engineei to report,
Fran Margarci Ileitis lav, objecting In the diverting nf the
watercourse ever her property,
the east '., nl Int 1, I). I.. 2028.
From the city clerk, re .idjir.'
meill nl matter nl exchange ill
water  supple,   ln'iattse  nf  lllllll
ber nl nu ties required; the citv
tn be requested lo enny out tw
Ulstiag agreement.
From Thomas  Crawley,   re
questing the opening ont ol Cat-
In road, Irotn Duval tn Tlinmas
streei, i distance ol too leet,
Front Campbell ."v Miller, asking that a ruadwav  be opened
up tu lots 17 and n^, block  2,
I). I,. 7(14, I distance oi 4311 leet.
Board ol works lo act.
Plans as fnlluws were su-ainit-
ted.   Of 1). I,. B54, approved ai
amended; ul 1). I,. 855, approved
as amended; ol  130 and 1493,
"While Clill Cilv," approved;
of the wtsi '.. nl I). I., iqjU, approved; nl the northers portion
ol 1). I,. 2044, approved,
Accounts as [olloWS were   01
ihretl paid.      Boald   nl   works,
total I692.89; waterworks committee, total 12050,35.
Councillor Robson reported
ihat the waterworks committee
nl Vsncouver cit) council had
consented to snppl) water Irom
iheir mains to residents In Capilano, npon certain conditions,
ol which they wniihl advice iln
council later.   Report adopted,
The mailer ol a mad through
D. 1(, "by, tii sul inns 95 allil 96,
was laid over Inr luture consideration,
The   linlili isbitl   iiiii Had    mi
Coleman   itreet   end   Church
street was considered, the engineer reporting thai bs considered
the work vet uncompleted, Contractor   OroleaU    was    present
aiiil presented his aspei t ol the
natter to the council, Council
agreed t" go oal Ratnrda]
morning snd Inspect the work,
The local improvement Inlaw
for Lonsdale avenue ninth   Wal
given its third reading,  and a
similar bylaw (nr llnsklns road
was passed through llitcc stage*
North Vancouver
HOSPITAL
COKMCTIll BV
WE MISSES DAWSOh
Certltcstsd tomb*!, Msdleal tad
Maternity Kotm
NwMt Suit Out on ApplcitlOfi
Inr  la.rm. h|.:*     »t  il... Iluipital
Cur. IMIi Mtriiet A. St. Antlri'tr'. Ave.
PHONE  69
NORTH VANCOUVER
m'Oon.rrJ—mM
gjueot
LGTS
Clnse in.    Three minutes   frnin
the cariine.
I'riee S22.S up.
in. Wnrlanil k Co.
2<n Lonsdale Ave.
Choicest Cut
FLOWERS
ill   Inal ll  .It   IlilU .1   |iril'l'*
liivi' n> a trial (..r
FUNERAL DESIGNS or
V.EDDIN1 BOUQUETS
•Of ISfiftllni.* M., Wt»1
Many cititeni visited lhe J, i
anise Warships i 1 lh.' I' nl'i'i
last week. S mlldav lighl tin
tWO Vessels  w tie  brilliant It   il
luniaated, They si,tied loi
Japan ivnim  morning,
MARTINSON s\ CO.
Building
Contractors
Plana    nml    S|*ivilii-aii.in«    Prrpand,
Wl Illinium nf l.iiililitnt bt  n- live
:ili e-llla  Hi*
HOKN K 111.'UK,    LORIDALI AVK
Or P.O. Boa Tt. Norlh Vtatntiftt,
IT. JOHN'S  CHURCH WILD
Thi  Y**ii.|i  Unniaii'a Aimiliiry  will
lu.l.l a
GUESSING
COMPETITION
at tbs li'itni- "1 Mr«. ('"Iin t, Jaik.t.n,
l.itli Strict, on
MONDAY, MAY Iht
li.'t'iniiinif al 7.15 p.m.
Thf |iulilif will hf a.lniittfd at thf
followin|ehsr|**i:—AdsltslDi ,eblldrw
hull |,rii*i*
l.fiii.aiih,OsIn and IssOresa *iil
bf n-rvfil at nitidi-rsts pricei.
Although Britain and San
Francisco ploughed the Pacific,
never, till Vancnuver and Seattle ran their merchant bets to
.he Orient, was the dormant littoral ol Asia roused to cummer
cial and political activity. Canada's was thc conclusive eflort.
Now to Canada is the giierilon.
The reaction, il unequal, is Op-
pnsite, and the fruits ul I'aiiin
traflic accrue tu our luast. The
day ol enlargement has dawned
over Puget Sound and Hin 1 at I
Inlet, and thc harbors expand.
While yet young, Vancouver and
Seattle have both given hirih to
cities, and side by side wilh the
parent  city,  North   Valium.n
has  moved  abreast  thc  line   nl
advance to do a Ity'e pan nnd
slay to the luiish 111 lhc   liil
work ot Can,ul.i
Hitherto  only  a  It ail inn   ol
our greal harlinl has butt lll'l
lied.lmt GREATE1 Hi'RkAKl
INLET IS ON THK BVH 0*
K A I'll) ADVANCE.
WHY?    Barrard lulu's land
liighwa, aiiuss tin uiiilniiiil is
through a mild imsl ione,whicfa
haws   liatispnil   uiiintetiupleii,
aiid Its route to the Orient is
short.   Alive lu ihese .id\ aiit.ig
is aiid determined to develop
Canada's neat nestera batboi
to tin- lull, the dominion px\
el'lllllenl  has Voted >-'"",000   I"
■SSIIS— S'    ITT
bridge tin Inlc l.
As the Grand Ttvmk Pacific
Will make a sculid I. .ill.nl I, IM
bridging oi Barrard lab i   .n..
make a second ValKullvC
Ovei iwc'itt) links ul p ifMbll
wliallagc line Will llllls be ii.*ide
inlc 10 the railroM •
tens ui the continent. Bui . ■*•.
only haa North \ sncoavei   i c
making nl ■ glial port, b ■
has    OUTSTANDING    U     ■
lil-.N'ITAl. A.\ll'.M'ill'> s. in:..
t in iApiisurc, magnificent .In r-
i.iighl.iits and pul.lv gmu   '!
ui the twelve great h s ol
Bnrrard Inlet, Vaacoavei   has
Us    unrivalled    Slanle)
North Vaacoavei Cit] l...
THE THIRD BOlLtVARD
OF THE WORLD
while wiihiu seven miles nl it, rlSpreeiation lol twentj years
iu tlu: District Municipality areiljita Ironting mi iln boulevard
ight canyons snd ths summits mst oni lenui ol lotsneni Bias
»1 Crown and C.rntise niuiini,mis'lo  park, and ■ small traction
The Grand Bonlevard is plant  tnnmilai Kn-,il luts.  Van
ed, is being supplied with water, dbnver propert) (gnml reiidence
and the hoard ol wnrks has re Inis included) letches twenty
commended cement sidewalks, I times as much now aa ll dul
which arc therefore likth tu be Sfcool twentj years ago, and
laid shortly, l'.lcttiit cars con where a residence avenm i pro
in-ct tlu- boulevard wilh all lei■• tit ted against depreciation il
rics. The position and greal jots tall advance in value. Thesi
proportions of ihe boulevard fits we believe an certain to go
make it one of the besl reslden-; to high v.ilu. Ue kimw nl tin
Hal situations nf the world, ami pmpert.v with cipial \alin ai
it is legally  protected   ugamst  present prices
hr ulr  Inl'I,  J  li    i' ni
iinii , each pioou,   Doub'  coi
atUll    bal |l.j|l.    '., ,   ,|l.
all.    tOg|  III.  I     *
(iiii third ia -h, i.-ii nm i.i
eighteen months,    tutcrt,
deli11ul iu-i.iiiiiiiii:. i* p.
In Investment   as   La   othei
mailers tin world's wis   Is
Icondensed,in ■ ten words i ;'p"i-
iiniit)   is Beetiag,   hi
loses, Hn mie tli.n kade   • tor-*
lum must be taken sl i*   I
Occasion must be i.ik.
hand.
I'latts, puce lists and other information tan be bad Iiiiiii ilu-
North Vancouver Land ii» Improvement Co. Ltd. Lty.
Hahon, McFarland in Mahon, ltd., «| | iri.il 441-111 *
CORNER PENDER AND SEYMOUR STREETS, VANQOl VER B 0 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
<»-**V>/**V>/VW*S-*W-¥*V*'VV'*^^
MAY & BUMS
REAL  ESTATE AND
FINAiVCIAL AOEXTS
Two Large Lots, 50x130 ft.
Next lot to Grand Boulevard
I'liaesi o e ii'li     lo caih, balance 6 and is
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I The Boston Dentists, Ltd.,
DENTISTS'   SPECIALTIES
A SPLENDID
INVESTMENT
*
|500 cub will sm-tire ten lots (including double
corner) lituated in ohoioe sub-diviiion, Worth
$200 each,  liny thii bunch and sell tlnin singly,
YOl'  WILL  DOUBLE   ViH'll MONEY.
Price Si,Odd, Terms J cash, balance 6(4 12 months   •
INKSTER & WARD,
pi,, .ii. 11
Jit l.*iia*l,,V A a.. ■ 1.1;, -
Korth t RDI-OUVtr
A. R. BAKER, D.D.S.
Fof   High   Class
Dental   Work ■*■*
i Hastings Street West, Vancouver
Hours 'i .1 ill, lo 8 p.m. Phone 2229
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ALEXANDER & MACNAGHTEN
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Agents for
B. C. Permanent loan and Savinqs In.
Phoenix fire Insurante Co., of london, [ng.
tiverpool & tondon & (ilobe Insurance To,
lhe Sun life Assursme Co., of Canada,
Superior
Flour
Han-* it above the telephone. Tell it to lhe cook. V.x-
plain it to the grocer, Keep it constantly in lititul-KOYAI,
STANDARD FLOUR IS A SITKRIOK FLOUR -,, Hotn of 1111-
liiilinj; quality, ,111 unvarying Hour, everv sack is good, .1 'itlsi-
ness builder tor lhe 111,111 whn sells it, a comfort to everv person in ihe home,   four grocer sells it.
Kvery month we give away ten lieiiiitiful 104 piece dinner
sels. A coupon is in every .'sMIi sack ol Hour. Duplicate coupons are kept in this nlliee, anil ten are ilrawn each mouth. The
winiiiiij; mothers are published in this space.   Gather the con-
pose, you may be winner.
VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,     B.C.
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STR. Sl   (iKORGE
STR. NORTH VANCOUVER
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Reduce Your Hardware Bills
lliin't liny liliiullv. Km, .an; nml nre williin; In MVt y.m
iii.iney mi yiiir hsrdwsit it 1* I" jroor idvantigo 10 silo* u I"
deSS, Wo ure inn posttinn tn s.'ll you tliolni.l lianlnari*
Mipplit-mif every description ail Iln* lmvi-1 pri,,— .nnl no inntter
wlut vniir rsqairsmsnts an .
Well    DO   If if v""'11 l ' ' l "ir'"'I''" with im
ttt sompsts snwesshilly In ihe o-*"m market with tliu Wa •■-
liHriUari" rmMSTfll in  Briti'li Cnlnmhia.     Ws w-Mire onteri
llml nllii-rn enn't tmnli.   U i.i"    Bsesuss ttt boy illrirl Irom
tin* maniilai-lurem in nssyelSSSj   in- Inn   ni.ln i..n«lv .ill nl
tin- thin.. «c pa; cash iM WII 1 odi, snd • *nr elf 11 Ml i,r,. lots
I'lll our elaini. t*. lli.* Isst, m'll "ave mil BOBSf,
•Nni os ataadai
rill- riMI um 1 IUWKCT Tn CHANGE WITHOUT R0T1CI
Phone 37
Artistic Designs
8ound Workmanship
Moderate Prices
LAW & KNOWLES
P.O. Box 26
Alt! IIITI-.I TS   AM)   BCILDBBI
We Can Design and We Can Build
w w w VV
mth mmm luuikm: mm. ua
1114 lisplanade        Neat to Post inui' Phone No M
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a'.
WALL PAPER
|i| or If URESCO on youi rooms as supplied nml put on h*
aja Siiiiiii it Co., wuiilil make liiiiiit* brighter, healthier and
happier    Also a foal nl paint on outside .1 house pishes
X it vvortli more in the 111,11 ki 1
1
N H.   We «rc spedslists is Sign Work
I Stoney ®. Co., 117 Lon»dai« .\ve,„ie
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Build Your Home With Ls!
ISJSJ
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Si BNIC BEAUTY
' LEAH  ATMOSPHERE
m Ml.lMi 3 PARKS
uh \M> boulevard
 |i s< lh H ll»s
LEADING 1 IH RCHES
LEADING SOCIETIES
2U MILES WATERFRONT
Ilm I it iiiiiii v and
Agriculture
Some Advantages
Enjoyed by
Residents of
HELPFUL CLIMATE
SOUTHERN EXPOSURE
SUN-SHINE AND SCENERY
MOUNTAIN CLIMBING
CANYONS AND WATERFALLS
BEST ENVIBONMENT
INDUOTRIAl FACIUTIKS
RESIDENTIAL ADVANTAGES
Lumbering and
Mining
i.l 1
NORTH VANCOUVER
11 111,isiiKl) I'N \i Tinili'in (if Till'', "CIVM COMM1TTKB
#VVW>^^y\*VVVVi*A^Vays*Aa^ vVVV>AlV^^V*,NVVVVVV^^^A« «/VV»i«*>W*/-**V*.W'ii*'/*W-yV^^ THE EXPRESS, NOUTII VANCOUVER, li. C.
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0  HILLS
Pioneer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave, opp. City Hall
Renewal of Liquor License
I'A K li LSIII llli llmt thirty (lay* liter
iluii*. I iiiitii.l l" :i|'l'ly I" l.S. liiiim'.).
Mi|..*riiin*ii'l'*iil "I rrnniii'ul Polios, 101
it ri-iu'iiui ,.l ll"' iii-i-n-iii i'liiii' Moody-
iiiii. llnirl, iii'l'l liy nm. I'ln- Miioilyvillt
||a.la .  |. Mlll.lll'il    all    M'lt ally .llll', llll    lol
mii  rJi.i, i;raaii|i ,Mif, Null   WssUBis-
Mt'lill-I'lit*
I ,i iii Moodyvlllt, ll.C, this 11*1
,1,1, a,i M,n. \  h., IWN,
|8igunl|   iNMI'i M  MI'I
board of  Trade
North Vamouver Board ol
Trade meets lhc third Tuesda}
nl seCS nintith, at IS o'clock p.
in., in the hoard room, City
llall. Executive meets lhe lirst
Tuesday of each month. 1). 0,
Dick, President ; J, R. J, Murray, Secretary.
UP I1
si
31
■   1   el  coi   Lonsdsle sve
I 1 AC KS MITI 11 Nli
HORSESHOEING
5TEEL WORK
(\K'nil w.l; WORK
LIC, ETC
ill i ;.• i-   * . 1 s|i* rialtv
N.V. fish Market
w
All kiii'l-nl Kr..*li I'l-lui. liv. ri'il.luili
I   ll   .'l-'a :l >|» 1 I.liil
l'.*llll-i . K  .J- llll'l  \ i".',.|:ll,l...
Uur uini 1.- 1 a i.li'iis   a.ur ratVnnil n .1
|ai fn 11- .ti .1 1 ri.*.-*..
Cor. Lonsdale Ave. I Sth street
Hume 84
Builder-* and
Contractor*
I' LAKSO.N '.*  prepsred K
supply
I imr, brick,
Sand, Crment
Ami all  kiinl* of  lluildinj;
Materiel in ijUMititiWtu mil
nml iit I'l-iisoiiiilili- prion.
—AI'II.Y	
HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER
mi-ii'ii'iNK No. -j
Lo .li (..a iii - ih 11 ■■■ ti 11 ■ 1  ik.
tlir -i;n  ni quality, ee   ]
t 1 11 ||  lui lis.
Ws Hi-Hi 11l.11 in"' lb* lust
Rolled Oats
on tin iiiarktt today.
I
I.. IM  SOW   nidi is  Kith  us fur I
HAY. GRAIN
AND   CHOP
Prompt Delivery
Sstislsction Guarantied
ih« Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdsle Km bu .
,11 i'. ir   1 indinj
I as Chapa in,   lm ail limn*..;' 1
RQMPTLY SECUREO,
We lolleil .'.!..' nu nni 0] Mintificturcri,
I'll,'  *a   *    *   *  aal lllilfUM ll,a l*f;,li,-|. l'u* nalvisal.il.
Itj . f h.ivin-** llla'lr l'i. It lit lll-.aa* 11 la iias.1,1,,1
lv lix|H*rts.  l'i, liiiiiii.uvniK     i*    1     11
i:io,li*raie. Our Inventor'i Advlurs ntupoa re*
aaii.it Maiinii&Maiii'ii, Re*?d., New York Life
''ia'- Hoalml •ud'v.-iiinirii-s oc mat
NOETH VANCOUVER
Matter, Rev. Chailc; E. Butler. M.-V,
I .llllll llll|«
Besrlen snd day boyi re-
('fivfil 1111 nudersu Incluelve
terms. 'I he echool «ill re-open
mi  M Uv.   .lain,   lllll,   ivmi.
A Ii.iiim- -rli«i'n'slii|i wil lii-iif-
bred sl Em Hi ■• lur i t-mpetitlnu
in busrden.
!i,i:liltlir!
ARRANGEMENTS  FOR   1909
May 24—Public dance
July 3—Flower show
Sept 17—Exhibition, promenade
concert in evening.
Sept. 18—Exhibition, dance   111
evening.
Oct. 13—Dance
Dec. 1—Dance
1910
Jan    —Poultry show
Date of lectures will be published as arrangements arc
made.
For terms sad engagement oi
Hall, apply  to  w. i„ Keene,
15th street, or plume 23.
1   I  I
COAL
NEW tVlil.MMii'ON Oeal
alint'i   (root   the   nines.
I'l.itv y.iir nnl r* nmi Ind
ittiiri. yunruIntcr'l >ii|.pl\.
Larue ililpmeflti uill irrln
iii .1 lan .In -. Prion rifhl
Lai'iti*   nipplj  nf   WOOD
all i.n- tin Imu,I     ....
P.  LARSON
Iluii 1 Nt'ttli Vsni ouvei
Telephone Xo. 2.
The Lonsdale
ICE CREAM PARLOR
1 -niti-i Mourn, Iruit, luhiiim md (iqsrt
Fresh Fruit in
season
ROBINSON'S
liil -Lonsdale  Ave
HENRYS
Garden Tools
Spraying Material
Bee Supplies  a
I mil und Ornamental
Trees
l'i7-page C*tiili>|Uc.KrtB«;
. M.;j. HENRY, vincouv*, B.C
NURSERIES
A. J. HOOD
50 l.otin   ule Ave,
KXl'M.T UATl'HMAKKR,
JEWELLER,  KIT.
K'slelHM  un.l   Clocks  Cleaned  and
Si ]a,nri,i 111 iii.,iia*rnif prises.
All   lit,it   nn«--i.,|.*.
General Contractors
K-tiiimti- gives fur i-iiiilrii't work ul
nil descriptions,
Cellars or drain ssssvateda
Liml cleared,
Uniuudl l.ii.i nut i.,r laws nr 1'iir.lfii
CONTBAI r oil
HAY IVOUK
LAS I MAN & CASSIDY
I'.O. Niiktii Viseoovss
Hankin & Harding
DECORATORS    PAINTEHS
PAPERHANGERS
CRAlNt'tS^ marbLers
Nnrlh Vancouver,   -   B.C.
P.I.I Sinn     IM,   I, r.l .!.*   |M
vlpptisltr M. 11'. jr.'.era Store
l|i|iliiiiliiiii fur liijiiur Lirense
NOTICE i- liert'l.y |ivee Unit illlilays
titer date, 1 perpoei sppirifli to tin
l'....ir I ,.( l,!r,n*iir: I'l'iiiiiii-.iniierH fnr a
nl.nl liquor lii'.'iisi- la.r llif |iri.ini»i.|t
known a- tin- -.'iiiinui Vie* Until, litu-
aiiil ,111 I nls 1 iiiiii :', Block :', in -llll
ill Virion ol IISCDM ail   IliMrirt   Lot .MM,
droop one, Vaaeoavei Hmtrirt.
PRI l-AR ON.
Dated it n..nli Vueoaver,
IU) Jib, MM.
Diplock Wright
Lumber io.
I7lh Slreel, Nsftt Vnr.iO'vi-r
rro.r jo
l|i|il.ralimi fur l.i'iiwr Liriisf
I HEREBY GIVEXOTIt'K tlmt il ia
nn ml. iitiim ti, ii|i|>li tO tbe IL.ai.l  ni
I   la*,   aii*])     '   aallllNlK-llalllT*.      f, >T  llll*      I'   -
iri.t Miiiiiripalitvil Nnrlh \ aiicnnv. r,
I riliih I'aahiiiii.iii, 111 ili.nr ni*S1 mm ar
Sleeting iller ilu* i*X|,iriiiii.ii nl lium
'In-Ir.111   tin. ilali   lu'iei.l, I ra Hotel
I.a' 11-. in i-tnm 1 prtMiilsrseri rtrd spoil
un.1 <.: 111.iih I am ilm inraer, aituali*
in  l.i nn   V .niii   in iln. mil!  Diitrict
* iiiin*. Mm Lm nn, 1 un iiint-k
liui-mia* (;,i , Mil,.iii -ia.I, 1,1 Diitrkt
l.nt  im, thnn-.mil   nnil   ojelity-Mves
(roopone [I), Sim Wi*»iuiin»ti*r
Dietrii 1
O.ili-il Ibll i'i|jh,h 'Iai nf May, llKlfl.
HAKIIV llliIJ.AND.
Win,...    I. Wnrlh.
A. FANUO
Qeneral Contractor
Luml ClfiiriiiK, **lnmp ami Iinik
lia-lmu. Kxtr.i *„r.* nonr Innim ..
All  ilallni)!' <   Iiunii- K1..I.
)•'. M I- I. 11 V M K NT      A 1 *. )■ NCV
jitl SI.   \Vcaat *.f liiiinl   le
I'll   11, ix 11
Dimension Luml   i
S||i|l|il|a
Rnstk
Sliinirlr.-
l.:illi
Kiniehiug litiiubsr
etc , StO,
Our prioi 1 Hrv righl    I.'i ue
give vu 11 figure on your
Lumber Hill
iH II1HH CUMPUr
NORTH VANCOUVER
North Vancoaver
Transfer ™.i*»-■
3 i*.„;a,„i„,
CartagCi Removals>
I 'arcel Delivery,
Storage
UN       Kl'AH   INVHI.K       IlillMH
KM   fwiif mim W
lephi
Nij^hl Colli (j.
ATTENTION
Builders & Con ractors
Luml er "ill 1 ever 11 uheep-
r.     (ii'l    III   nil    tin-    .'l'"i|lni
lloor.   Huilil now
H in   Our nwn Kiln-
ilrii.l  Kl'iairin** ainl  I lollll
lice, 591
Miil:-Lynii Creek, BC.
Home Mdde
BREAD
Cakes, Pantry, Confectionery
Bt-at Material.
Iiiit cliiiiiis antl hiiiii
18 Lonsdale Avenue
PALACE
HOTEL
Sj   UU      |a.  I       ,llnl      U|).
i  .   I.all
ill.  -    ,lllal      |a,
H .inl. rs	
IMI
REDA&ANDRUSS
PHOPfllETORS
Smumi Mnn,    -    ■
N'-l.l II   VANl UUVEk, li. C,
VANCOIVER BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN k CO.
CHAkTEkEU 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
City Auditors
North Vancouvei
ji6 Pender street
KENDALL, SEWELL & CO.
Charti-reil Accountants and
Auditors
Vancouver, B, C.
Victoria, B. C.
Seattle, Wash.
Phone 1923       P.O. Drawer 765
AHk.Mila.a-I j
GROCERS
MUsIC
CHBAPSIOE OKOCEKV
GEO. WAGG
Groceries anil Provisions
Wholesale ami Retail
116 Hastings St. (doWtttairs]
Delivery Tucstlays and l-inlays
OtNTISIS
DR. \\. 1-. WRIGHT
UhNTlST
Berceeeor to Dr. Dalb)
M3 HASTINGS ST. \\i„-,i,
VANCOUVEI, 11* k
Phone 97S
UHUCJGIST-,
E..STA.NLEY MITTON.M.l.C.A
ARCHITECT
6iy Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AUCTIONEERS
A. M. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
163 Cordova street west
is the only auctioneer who will
pa> spot cash belore the sale is
conducted
bANr-iblt,  j
McCROSSAN 4 HARPER
BARRISTERS, SOLlCllUK.i,
NOTARIES, ho-.
32-34 Imperial Block
Cor. Pender and Seymour SIS.
P.O. Drawer 1116     Phone 2444
.u RED CROSS
nilU        "K' G STORE
salJMm    A..I.GORDON,  M I)
H        53 Cordova Stm-i,
I   _    VANCOUVEI, B.C.
Prescription Specialist
Phone 1053
UTcINU mnU CL*-Al*l,i<aw
The only place in B.C. wliiii
work is done entirely to ins
tomer's satislaclion.
PERTH STEAM Dn.i.vl, .\
CLEA.VLNG WORKS. A. Inglis
Proprietor. Photic 7511. Ciun
rales a specially. 562 .-*n_\iiiniii.
a>*rwl«bnl  ACiblHa.)
Ptoi. JOS. lv. NUINBEIGEK
Uasical Director
Vsaeouvei Optra Uoaei
Rooms 3 end 4 I'.Ik.*, Hall, cor.
kobson atul Granville bticcts.
ah lastnncBts.     l'lione 2530
rkor. t.i-.o. cuiiA.s, tuptrt
U'dCllCl ol \ lollll, ^i.illtlUl*,
bdlljn, .unuli.tip, /.mn.1, will
gnc IWCBlj pinalc lessons
lor {-7. 1-urlltcl luioiin.uioli
at tOWSI'l Up-lo-ilaU IttUM
oluic, bub lUstinnislci a\c.
l'lione 4113
Ji. \\. UAlli \ CO., i.lll.
558 Granville bircct
Pianos — Talking Machines —
Music Oooiis
ihe oldest iiitisic inal.1 111 li. C.
i.a--..   --, a    - *  -
tveep ) our e) c ou
EAST   VA.NCOLVEK
lliaclllb	
ii'or pailKulais apply lo
AIORDEN is*   lllUK.\iUi\
fS0M*9lJ       440 lloilKl Mln I
I la 11 it 11   tHII,il|.lll,.ll    llltlt I
Loggers,    Kailioad    MtB,    aim
Iradesiuen  lurnisiieti   iuu   lo
Empluyers.
14 Powell street.      Cor.Carrall
Phone 25(56
F. C. SAUNDERS !    HAKIiSJiln HAT WORKS
Barrister,   Solicitor,   notaryI- ^JtACUCAl, HATlEIb -
Public. Member ol tne bars
oi British Columbia and yue-
bec. Room 9 Empire Building, 603 Hastings st. west.
Vancouver, B.C.    Phone 4166
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Street
Phone 996
S. D. Schultz        C. S. Arnold
Hals   rlsMtd   ami   blocked at
, UM *gn ol lhc Hat
42a AniiUi oiKEET
VJ-U-iuWVEI, li. c.
llllh.Mlill1 iiUill'iliiM-l- ll
MtmMM ii-ljiuliiiiuii LIU.
440 ac)llloUl  tiUcct
RivAL EblAlE
,L-nt_oi,.tj
BATHb
Kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer ami Pi-inler Sis.
The only up-to-date and reliable bath house in British Co-
lumbis-
We   cure   where   others   lell.'
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
psy. Plain baths, electric baths,
shower baths, massage Inr body, scalp anil lacr, tin trn therapeutic haths a specialty,
JOS. KALI.ETHI-, PROP.,
Graduste ol Berlin, Germany
.UAUA.U  HIAIPIIREVS
Scalp treatment, lacial massage
liidlllcuilllg, sliaillpoolllg, stc.
llanilrcssiiig 111 latest'sl) lis bj
coliipclcnl arlisls.
Call and inspect the NEW LINE
01- 11A1K. IjOODS.
Pulls,  iii,mis ami pOffiptdoBrs,
also    llie    laltsl    designs    ill
combs and btRSttS.
THE Al.l'.XAMlkA
5&9 Uruville Bt
Phone looo
LAND AND MORTGAGE
iN\toi..iiiNlS
ESTATES MANAGED
l'IRE 1NS1.KAM.i-.
R. Ken Houigalc - - - Manager
rtmU I Mon-al. 1 o
ALLi-.N S IESTAVIANI
l.iiiuii 01 Dinner 25c.
Short orders at all liours
07 Hastings btreet West,
VANCOUVER, B. -v.
.I'l i.lANn
All Noi lh Wucouur people
eat al
LEONARD'S
I'.illicl 1-l.n.k liioaK 01 llasl-
mgs Street, opposite Ule new
Post Ollice. Leonard sells his
tea b) the pound.     v
IntMlnta
u. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduale Optician
All work guaiaiitecd
Consultation Ires
49 Hastings Street wesl
Opp. Caliiciapllolie lln.ilie
i.iola/U„»PHtHj
LAMEkAl'ilONE   HU'.'
Mechanical    Upcla,    Wmloinc
alld Drama
Program changed iver) Jlomla)
All)  sell 111 Ule hiill.se loc.
3» ilasungs Street Wc-si,
VANCOUVEI, B. C.
BUSINESS COLLI GLS
VVAIOMDrlMll.tH'*.
SPROTT-SIUW
Business Institute
336 Hastings Sl   U
Cinada'l Gro.t.il VVeiKrn  'ichool
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - - iM.uiagct
MAITEVS  STID10
-- PHOTOGRAPHERS -
ISJ ll.islings Streei West,
VANCOUVER, 11. C.
The best equipped studio 00 the
toHst. Phone 3228
PICTURE FRAMING
English  practical  walclnnalcei;
l'.stabhshed 1889
Specialty,  repairing
Utiniikoiil-h,
312 Carrall Btreet
NTIiri ttlNlIB
Imr lhe Unl Taiil Pu>ilii.ns
Pitmas'l Business College,
(132 634 b),b BeymoV Street",
VANCOUVER, B. C.
PICTURE FRAMING
Wc have the laigesl slock rl
mouldings in B.C.tO stint li.nn
so when you want li.iiinng done
cheap and well get out  prices.
BAILEY BROS CO LTD.,
540 Granville and 13.S Cofdove
READY MADE MOUSES
THE STANDAKl) HOUSE
BUILDING i CONTRACTING
COMPANY i.lMlii'.l)
Cil tall Sll til
The II. C. Mills
1 .nnl Trading Co.'s
Patented Sectional Buildings.
_ THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
'.'I
II a,i Sale,   A double bedstead
1 heap.   Apph Express office,
i.   II    Brown   is   building
,i in w house mi : |tlt street.
vl is. \\. Owen .nul family will j
A. J. Hood,  i save lor Ai li i Jun< tt.
maker,  has  rei Arrangements are being push-
lore in thi Il'U iu block,     ni ahead inr a big celebration
un   iiii  lhe  1st  July
ia    ,   , ,    ,,1     1 .,;
• alS.
l\,l|llil   ill
W llll   i II I ight
"I    W.IV     I"
sion lo Lyi
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Ken
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u,ui in i
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it-ar (lueeii    ilv avi
.!. 11   Dii inj;
■li SI 111.ill
\ million dollars worth oi
Prince Ruptrt real estate, was
sold in Vancouver this week,
in'i" Koburaggi announces
ilm the Japanese tea gardens,
adjoining the Unit.iinin  park,
w ill  pened on Jul) ist, The
"pinni}', which should have taken plai' -"iiii nun' ago was dean account "i illness,
\\ M.I.Ai. I-; SHIPYAk.
Tin   1. . "hi '"I   I In   Week .it   llll
Wallace shipyards is as [olio*i
inr Stilitli   am   iln*  ways
for  general   overhauling;    tug
I    orl,   "in   "i    ihe    biggest
im   iln   haul  loilgi a,i ii*. Irt-quinting Burrard Inlei,
lows,    i       * un ihe w.ivs for general repairs;
.uu. iln  Hong Kong is receiving   a
,       .   Ihurough overhauling; the con-
ral i.' ii   Ins "tance is having installed a nee
,,i,,a,, a elljilln       I le    Stllllil',1111    IS    lii-lllji
i.itih   tin--     I iu.>inijiir.     *- , ;  •
a" '"'"r'ilh rehtlwii ■ ,irmsi;r
rsi ", iht   * "1! '   being construcled.which
is  expected   i"  develop   good
William   Hum needing qualities; e scow   re-
' '  •   mult completed will be launch-
:*  ""   'I" .,l ihis (Frida*   alternoon; op-
1 "eai K .r.iii.iiis will   l,i   started   next
tiatioiis   are   well    undcj w,,k on thi construction  ol  a
iy the same lirm Ior build-L„w,  whnh,   when  completed,
wo othei ia ;i liit  will In nm ..I iin largest on the
llit)', lulel.
BOYS' WASH SUITS
We have just reeeivnl a magnificent ran-re of Wash
Dresses and Huster Drown Suits al prices coining quite as
lo* as vmi could make them up and more prettily trimmed,
Boys' wash blouses, dark stripes, sailor collar, curd atul
braid trimming     R.sc
Boys' light and dark stripi wash suits, special  Si IJ
Boys' white drill Huster Brown suits, sailor collar, prettily
trimmed     fj.oo
Boys' blue and white Galatea wash suits,extra itrong,wlth
bell, special     13.30
H"vs' crash inun sailor suits, extra quality, all sizes „..fl |s
See Window
J. J. McALEECE
KEITH BLOCK LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
Under Market Value
in D. L. 273
Lots 14 and 15, Block 8, Double Corner lor J1600
1-3 cash
Lots 19 and jo, Block 10, Double Corner for $1450
1-3 cash.
Lots  21   and  22,  Block   11,   Fifth   Street,   Jl3of»
1-2 cash.
Lots 13 and 14, Block  13, Double Corner,   %\"ti
1-3 cash.
Lots iy, JO, 11 and J2, Block 11, Filth Street fyjO
each, 1-3 cash.
Lols  20 and  II,  Block   lX,  Fourth Street,   J1500
1 3 1 ash.
These are way belnw market prices and will not go
begging eery long.
S. GINTZBURGER
—— '■).'!      —
THR NORTH VANCOUVBH SPECIALIST
i'»t Cordova Strut, Vancouver, »■ &
l- 11  rii\ MM
SEE US FOR
SASH      DOORS      MOULDINGS      BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC.
BURRARD S SH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
Wa ."lint a trial bid   n mur Ofdm small nr IsiW
I  f
CALI   wn SEE THE NEW
&SSORTMEN l OF
WEST HALF 787
This i-i by far anil away llie besl buy on tbe mar-
kel .a |.i'-'iit 100x132 :.. i. at $225.   TKUMS—Cash
ia. Iiiin-i*. **-'." i-uurterly, six   per oenl interest,
I- "|- a view ' I u-l' Iiii* I'.ili I i". I Till      \\ liv iill finit lot-
are scllinjr alongsidi ul  same price    Not 1A minutei
-'ialr nve car,   ' Iver 10(1 percent profit here.
Onlv a few I"'.
AUUNDER SMITH, Redl Estdte Agent
r ii i
*a,*^*a**^W'W*a**w*.'*£*M'X£,w^^^ f
A. \l STEACY
Ci'inei Ii'iiid.1.    Itt tnd Scoid Street
/'lion a .-a-, ,,,,,/  if,.
I    :
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vSilverware
Given        \
Away j
AS PREMIUMS io CASH PURi HASERS AT |
MCMILLAN'S I
l-AM '\  AM) HAI'l.K ("iKOCKKII.S
,;.   Local .unl Foreign Fruits
Fresh snd Cast Eggs
(linn. Creamer) Butters'wsysonhsnd
Lamp Goods, Glassware
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Ihe GENUINE North Vancoaver Specialists
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LONSDALE AVENUE
Wa -i .Mi', Cleared aud Graded, Pri-tM 1760.00   $260 cash, balanoe in * "■ h 11 ■-1 12 months.
tlflti STREEI
l.i.i .ni Fifth Mn-i'i near IH, David's,   Price $700,   $300   stance in 6 and 12 months
KEITH   ROAD
;      ! ni ..; Keith Road, Cleared and Graded.   $1000,   $250 cash, balanoe 6, IS and 18 months.
THIRD   STREET
l-'ino Double Corner, 100x137. $1600   Quitter cash, balance ii, IS and 18 months,
The B. C. Electric
Railwai)
has definitely announced that tbe
Car Line will be extended through
Lynn Valley thi*
year
WE HAVI X GOOD LIST
IN I HIS LOCALITY
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