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MIDWEEK
ijl)t Ixpma
EDITION
Volume  1
Nouth Vancouver, ll.C., March 29, 1010
Number 1
NOTICE OF COURT OF
REVISION
NOTICE is hereby -liven that
on Monday, the 18th Day ol
April, 1910, at 2 o'clock p.m.
within the City Hall, North
\ ancouver, B.C., thc Assessment Koll ot the Cily ol North
Vamouver lor the year 1910
will be revised by members ol
lhe Council sitting as a Court
of Revision.
Notice ol all complaints
against the Assessment, as
:.iade by the Assessor, must be
niven in Wilting to the suiiscrib-
ai lea-st ten days before the
date of thc sitting of the court,
and such notice must stale the
.round ol complaint.
Given under my hand this
1 |th dav of March, lyio.
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
City Clerk.
Following is an ilcinl/.ed
statement ol the receipts and
disbursements for the North
Vancouver City Ferries Ltd. for
the month ol January, lyio :
RECEIPTS
Cash fares    5   12.50
Ticket sales, passeti.    3534-50
Vehicle       527.50
Freight .receipts         153-35
Mail subsidy         46.25
-Foil-
fresh
Groceries
-CALL AT-
HICKMAN'S
IT IK QUALITY STORE
ll.iia   mi, Linked  up nur
I-'iimi \l>al  ih |Miliu, nl, tor
|ii.li:\ and juice  we  einnot
lie beaten.
Why go  down the hill
when ne 1 .in supply
all vour wauls
C. R. HICKMAN
(h ik ci irs and Mints
l'lione  40
111 Lonsdale Avenue
DR. II. B. HOWELL
OPTICIAN
Oi kii■«:—Hurriirtl SanHlariiini, 1010
(le r*;iR«l . Ymiiiiil.tar.
|mn I'hiimk iniiiilwr 111 Nurlh
Vmirouvir
II. C. HRIGER
Exptrt on Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork.
All Work Guaranteed.
I nrn.r Fill-fiitli SI. ind Mihnn Ave
Dressmaking
Mcsdames Haigh and Castle
Diessmalung Parlors 4 6th Sl. E
Alterni.m ind .•leniiimlrfiuM
1 apcriilt--.
II.
M.mil.ilnrci ul
all lomla nl Mlaali.it .let Atilt'iur  Fiiiuiliir.*
sti.r,  (Hln,, ll.nl .ii<l H.r Kiiiana.    11. |,.ai
nil 111 all II. Iii.ndi*.
I'iiliirc Kruiuliitf.      Furniture StnniRP.
173 THIRD STREET, W.
MAIL OKIiEKH flTrn |,ronun mention
Monthly Ferry Report Shipping
Good Friday
Total 427-1.10
DISBURSEMENTS
S. S. St. George, repairs, etc I  21. v>
Fuel account     600.00
Iv R. supplies     25.7,1
Deck supplies       y>S
S. S. North Vancouver, repairs, etc iivi|
Repairs to hull   11 ,*| 1
lv R. supplies     1 ).■ ;
Fuel account po.n 1
Deck supplies      *,.OQ
Rent payments   81.0 1
Advertising expenses hi..5
Interest ac  is.no
Oil, waste and siinds. 69.1*4
Printing and stationery     186-74
Light ae  ,15.411
Telephone ae  l.*l.(«
General expense     .15.00
Auditors' lei-     .to.00
Fire alarm system ... 10.75
Repairs Vauc'r wharl S.oo
Repairs N. V. wharl 33-38
Equipment     1.35
Proportion   ol   insurance     169-05
Proportion of taxes 27.1111
Salaries and wages 1280.10
Thu large freighter S. S. BUa
docked at Capt. Catea' wliarl
Monday morning and stalled to
load the cargo ol plant eiplip-
ineiit consigned to the Northern
Unlit, Heat and Power Coinpanv of Coal Creek, near Daw-
sou Citv, which was unloaded
here last Iall liy the S. S. I.ousdale and left in storage lor llic
winter and until navigation
opened in the north. The Captain expects to have the CUYO
aboard and bc in readiness for
■ailing in about twenty days on
the northers trip.
Ferry Off For Repairs
IU SIN I.SS   LOCALS
Jack Loutet and N. Lonsdale
Good Friday was a bumper The    launch    Kngli-.li    Ba)                   	
day lor North Vancouver.   For _mm _^_ __y „„„„ ■ *•■,,. l0. |flder .\|Urray l_o. lire insurance
M   early   111    the   season    the ,iav m pl.lie t,[ tbe S. S, Ninth	
CTOWdl which visited this char- Vamouver   which   was   l.u.l up \\ ANTKD-Sevoiid hand piano
min| resort passed all cxpeita- (__ _ )(W  ln]ls ,,,, ,„.,,„;*•    0) „,„„!   *„*u   ,„,   eUy   UTius-re-
111)11-, ud in lad, so Iar as the having a couple ol thc bkdea sponsible person,   Apply .M. b.,
B. C. Klectric Ky. Co. was eon- ,)niU,u ,,„ lm. |)r<),)t.u.,r .,*, ,, re- Express.                               4-5
turned  it  was  the largest dav .,,u ,,| , u„Uuct with .1 lig or	
lor ihein in the way Oi passeii- s()lm.
ger trallic since July 1st, l-imi.
The crowds started coming *o\ci
exceptionally early in Utt mom
lfll   ami eonliuiied coming   till
well up to uoou.   To a larga 111
tent these   travellers were   pit
nickers, niountaiii clitttberi and
lisheriiieii   who  did   not    pass
lhat   11.ilm.
CANADA'S MINERAL
OUTPUT
For the year just paased dn
ula's   luiiu i.il   production   is
niiieh ol their   linn- in the dtj  -sllmu'   '" '' l^'1"","''n    **U
proper,   but   passed   on to   the lm'm 1SM'"1 b)  "■ Department
several pleasure resorts at Cap
llano, Lynn and Seymour river,
lhe weather was t-xcelleiil during the whole ol the dav and ill
lhe "evening when the visitors
surleil making lor the lerry
lower Lonsdale avenue and the
ierry wharl was a moving mass
ol pedestrians and rigs Ironi
about 4 o'clock to quite late al
ul  Alines lu hale lieen Vi,\|is,
71.1, ui which >s5,i*s\<s/   was
1
tOi SALS Agreement ol
Sale uii I.uiu \ alley acreage,
daiul Feb, in, tyio. Value,
ia, ij and 18 months at 7
per uill. A< B< W ajjliorilt*,
Norlh Vancouvor.
For Sale. Iwo Snaps.—Six
lols close lo Boulevard on Wth
and Joih streets. One hundred
Caih, balance al len dollars a
in,uuh 011 each lol.  Eight room
metallic, J30.587.591 non metal   *om<* ,ulh *^Vf aokia
lie, and  the balance structural
One thouaattd cash, balance   to
nl (l.n  producta,      ""■P"    1!""'27-North  Van-
In   .1 uiinpaiisoii    nl   iigur.s touvl:r-  ^
with lormer yeara .is Iai   back ~~" " ,
as 1886 the table gives lh. value    UlUlu'1', A w^t_i__i  _t
,,1 production in [886 as  >io, ^1b*b> baWi "« K°"d ***■
221,2;,; in 1896, 10 years later, Hul l""^""*-l" *• ** <>"'«
...ght.    a   number ol   North »»?.474,?56i  - W
WiiKotiveritcs spent the dav ,11
Alniorti park where the air-ship
demonstrations «\-re lieing hclu.
ms, and.,, 1908, - l'.l-t.S  TOR  SAL1-, Uhoroti-
The     preliminary >"1""1'   *ttlti   Rock,   >i   101
sluiws  a slight (leir.as,   in   the "lU"« ■   1"'lla" k"""i;r Uucks'
value of the gold production in >' -'S  P« dot   A. bherwoott,
cor.  iMh and .Malum
REV. JAS. UlUTTv 1). 1).
Total 4LM.il
Plus estimated monthly   depreciation   41ft.511
Total 1570.66
Monthly loss over op-
crating expenses     <iJ7»>.^,S
PROVINCIAL UNIVERSITY
COMMISSION
Hon. Dr. Voung, Minister ol
Education, has addressed invitations to live ol the loreniosl
educationalists ol Canada, who,
H is hoped, will accept appointment as the commission ,m-
lhori/.ed by statute lo select On-
site of the British Columbia university. As soon as acceptances arc received die personnel ol
the commission will be. given to
the public.
Rev.  J. II. Write, D.I).,   Sii
perintelldelil ol Methodist Missions in Ba C, will giu' an illustrated lecture in the atetho-
dist chURh on Tuesday evening,
March 19th, at I o'clock. Subject : "Dawson Cit) to Victoria." The principal pan ol tin
photographs thai will Ik- shown
nave been t.ikiii by Dr. Whiti
himsell. A short program ol
good iinisK will precede tbc lecture.   An oliiTing will lie taken.
MAY  DAY
Preparations   are   under   w,i\
loi   the lyio May Day celeln.i
lum and arc in chargo ol lira.
C.  Ine/.  llall,  whose  efficient
management last year brought
about the   unsurpassed   success lloll jn ,|,, \„i„n _ , „„, ,,u.,
ol   that   initial    undertaking.  |()I|S| llu,  „art.asi. being   ,,,„ml
Mis.  Hall will be assisted by a  ftoOOOO.
sluing working eommiUM oi   Thn taportl ol irilvci in 1909,
"* lor the whole iii Canada, aa n
Depart
,  ounces,
Hall  wlll   be  pleased   lo  hear ^^   „  f      \   	
rom any children who wish  lo
1 i.a 1 .is compared wiih nr n. In
I909   the   gold   produiliiiii w.is      „.,..„,,.„   „ .
99,790, , and.1. [908 , UAN "'""
105, to which the \ ukon contributed    13,600,000;    British
Columbia, f3,939,88o , Nni.1
Scotia, V||.7'*'i* A slight increase  is  shown in lln  pi mini
"-_—• ,.,,,, ,   lor the whole ol l ali.ul.i
Hta Edna Hay hu consented      u,(| ,,y llu, Cuitou,s
fefftAarBSSST*fcM. «" s",u*iw
puiticipalc in  the  proceedings
The total production ol   cop
b or S room houso, centrally located.   If., Kxpless.
During the lasi twelve yean
the British treasury has receiv-
ilo   less lhan   £111,041,690iter-
ling from death duties, thai is
the tax   on estates passing   bv
inheritance.
At the Hotel:
[.0.0 Fi
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
55, meets every Thursday evening, corner Lonsdale avenue and
Fust street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to
attend. .1. Kelly, N.G.; A. T.
Kcnnedv, Rcc.-scc; J. II. Pilling, Fin.-sec.
Hotel Nortli Vaiicouver-
W. O'Brien, Seattte.
C. H. Simpson, Vancouver
J. T. Monteith,
F. Boss
Dr. and Mra, Bayfield"
E. Lawrance
J. Toner "
II. C. Ilavman
W. Maine"
II. R. Westenhiiliiie "
Mr. and Mrs. lv Rolieits
A. li. Baker
II. J. I'erriu "
C. 0. Patterson       "
T. Tucker
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Carl
Mr. and Mrs. S. (',. Carnhain
Palace Hotel—
M. K. T. Schralle, Ml. Lehman.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Campbell,
Ladysmith.
A. Mathner, San Fratnisro
J. A. Kdwanls, Bdmoutot
Theodore Watts, Vamouver
I). Druinmond
T. A. Lcroux
D. May
W. S. Rwsh
Hotel Capilano—
Mrs. Judge Creveling, ol St.
Louis.
Miss B. Sheplii-ril, Vamouver
Mrs. Shepherd
Mr. and Mrs. R. M CoUTI
London, Ivngland.
Reginald Cameron Grain.
I Vancouver.
Mr. Monson "
'   Mr. and Mrs. Gillesgun
Mr. Thos. Shepherd. North
.Vancouver,
SOCIETY
A verv 1 harming house part)
ami daace was given by   Mr.
ami Mrs. A. lv Real-, at iheii
nsideiHi mi St. Andrew's Ave.
last Monday evening. The guest
ol honor ol the eveaiag was
Mrs. J. Md.cod oi Spokane,
Wash , whose visit to this dty
aa the gueat of Mr. and Mrs.
Kc.ii'   was in ih, nature ol a
return   iall    to     Mrs.    keali,
whose   return Irom   Spokane,
where she spelit a lew months'
v.n alum wilh her brother and
Mrs. MeLeod time, has been
Holed reulitlv.
Dam nig   was  the  prevailing
aiiniseiinnl ol iln cutting s entertainment and lo the sweet
strains of the pianola, performed on wilh an artist s taste by
Master Bruce Kealv, w.ls 1u.hi
ily enjoyed by all present The
serving ol relreslniii/nts concluded lhe ivililligs lestivitles.
Among thosep maul were Mr.
Among those preaeal were Mi.
Mrs l-.valis, Dr. aad Uis. Dyer,
Mi. and Mrs t'.riin, Wis .1
Mrl.eod (Spokane 1, Miss Seal,
Miss Labag,  Miss  Uiiriii..    Di
Campbell  Mr.  R.  P.  Cotniah
and Mi. Calvert.
ol the dav.   Thc proceeds „l the •'"•   -",,.mu-.l   ...   l.l.sU.    and
ccJchral.0.1 will be in aid ol tlu "wlk' ^^_> l'"",M' ***"
Norll.VancouvcrIIospil.il. "is .,m,„. w . u,.i„ ,
■ iiiu.iied   a>   recoverable   irmn *
VISITING L-iDlT'OR
Buy at the
Welcome
Parlor
And Save Money
\~oi Groceries,
Daiiy Produce,
Vegetables and
Fruit
ores exported  ia   1909, al   ap
proximately Mi""1,1"'1 pounds
  In is"|S the copper production,
Noted 111 the guest  llsl ol one 'M11...H. ■! H  ..  like i'*.sls,    v..,*
ol   the   local hotels which   ap- i-.'.-'X^"     «•'   »l   production   Highlands Potatoes Jl.25.
1-ears in this issue is ih.   11.1111. - 'W, ,,ll,-,niJ iacrcdited with  ,t,sl j, & M. c,,llee,lresh roast-
ol Mr. R. M. Court oi London, '5.746,699. •" WUah   Colum-       ai *llui pp^ __ }li00
Bag,     Mr. Court is  the  lin.in- '"-'i   I7.3l4i-W*     «•    ''"'■'*-'   Indian and Cevlou Tea, 3tb Jl.
cial editor ol the Loudon limes Nttt   ^"rk l,nu' "' skstsoeyw  Alberta Butter, best creamery,
and is touring Canada 111 coin- «W" ll"  llu Un'r V"   wu       Jl'» Jl.oo
pan) with Mrs. Court on a V» '-"'v "■*■ l30"1"1' AIm. Butler at 25c. and 3oc.per
cation irip and incidentally   to    The total  production w pound.
pick up sundry iiilormatioii re- "1  pig  lead  and   BMBBlactttted  Fancy Apples:
gaiiling this country's poaitioi, Lad and lead contained in beat       Wine Saps J2.75 per box.
111   the   liuaucial   world.     Mr bullion exported waa  ,,.-, King Apples $2.50
Thos. Shepherd,   cily   clerk   ol pounds,   valued   al   ,m ,-iyi, |>*\        t.olden Pippins ^2.25
the  city ol   Nortli   Vancouver, The lead prodiulion 111 l9otfWU Hr.iiigis   all   si/es Irom 2oc. up
conversed considerably wilh the (0,891,44* pounds or nearly  J, to JCC  per ilo/.en,  guaran-
visiting   editor,   and   the ques- 000,000   pounds   leaa   lhan    in        iced not  touched  by  Irost,
tions of the wesl and lhc   pro- iyoy*    laa production In   both        and sweet and juicy.
niising   devcloplllent ol   British years was all Lioiii l.niisli Col    I..nge    assortment   ol   English
(.olumbia   in   particular  were umbia. Candies   imported and do-
■nbjecta  whn.li Mr. Court  was    The total production ol mat-1      mtstic from 15c. up to 50c.
(.specially   anxious   lo    become te, coiilaluilig eoppa  and m. i>
conversant   with.    Mr.   Coun d in iyoy was 15,643 tons ral-
w.is iu no manner rctnieiil   111 ucd  at lhc  lurn.ues
his jiraise ol   Norlh Valium-u 012.      The    BMtallii    cootents
(rom a residential and indusin weie copper,  13,74b,!
al standpoint as well as Iroiia ,1 mckel, :i>,.->.',v/i  pounds     11"
-pnulative  point   oi view  ami price ol refined nickel w.i   .pi..,
ihe impressions wlmh he   will «1 in New Y.nk Decembel quo
lake back to thc old land with talioiis   al  llolli .Jo to J    .
nn will In highly latktactory per pound.
Also  Fancy  Chocolates  up
J1.50 per lb.
to
il this ut\ and ilistnu.
.•(USD
Ml     I    Paine   is the leciplil..
oi man coagratolalloM on tin
part ol himsell and his Iriends
through the lortunate recover)
of   his   lost     gasoline     l.iinuli
winch he lound at Caalfield's
Landing last Friday  morning,
after searching the harbor in
\aiii loi ilic stolen article loi 1
whole week. A week ago last
Friday     morning   Mr.    Paine
discovered that his riciit   pin
ih.r.i   ill  llll   lotill  ol  ,1   In   •
Sl,ooo  launch   had   Inui   taken
Irom its moorings seal   Lai
son's   slip.    Practically   every
day ol last week w.is sp.nt in
searching tin* harbor, tin s.itne
dismal ii.iill .ipp.ueiii niii
each  trip.      Alter   making    a
number of ii unless erraada, an
sun liii'   .idvertlselin llts ill.
one,  however,  Iran the  pilot
house al Calilli'ld's BtOVed the
maxim ol tenacity of puiposi.
IMPORTANT DliAI.
The total shipments "I 11011
ore Imm unin , 111 1.01.ill.1 111
lyoy were 161,043 s'"'" l""''
valued at ^639,120, as compared arith 138,081 tons ealnad at
The sale ls   reported, on   it 1)68,189 It iyo8.
(client authorily, of lhe north Tin   total   pi mlu. lum oi   p4|
east corner ol Lonsdale Avenue n,,n lor (909 was 757,161 short
and   Se.ond   Street,   consisting tons   valued   al   I           I |,   M
ol   three  KVioOt lots, the   pm- compared with 630,835 lulls v.ii-
ihasc price lieing f3J,000. ued at S*S,1II,iy| 111 1908.
The alliolttil ol t. .ili.iil',..!.
need  during 1909 area
ions,  imported ore,
tons; mill iiiiilui, . Ic, 15,508
lolls.   Tlu  alipunit  ni coki
TIIK LA/U-ST MAN
The la/iest man is on .1 wesl
cm    paper.    He   spells   photograph "4tograph      There have
beea only tarea worse than lu
One lived in Kansas ami dated
his letters ' I iworth," .nnl BB
uilier spelled Tennessee     [0a(
.md the other wrote Wyandotte
"\t\."
liming    the   \1.11    w.is   019,
A KRMORABLE DAT
A special uieeting ol tll
trial  (oiin.il will u bcld  ihii
evening  and the regulai u
iug a week iinin Thuri
inn     loinprising   |i2,oi;   ions
innil Canadian .oal and  *.",
tuns   Imported   cok.  01    cote
made Irom imp,>i li I 1 oal.   Tin
uiiisuinptioii   ol  charcoal
1,78 ,138   inishcN.    Umeatone
llux was used  to llu   I Mint    A
,i'     lolls.      In   colli
K      witli  btaat  hrnuo   upei
there  wm   mployed 1, (86 men
,    1 aad   i-a-i,.]it,    were   paid   la
ih,.- aragea.    The  total dailj 1
* Itj nl  id  completed nini.ui.
op n  was, according 1
The iiiiiiiI
Hay  15,  iyio, shoulii
memorable date,  lor oa
daj   tin- lirst permanent
tenger air-ship line will be
ed in Germany, tin- rout,, lyinn ved, 1,733 tons
'"'"on   StarnlKrg   ind Oberi   luraafill  in  Mist mi Di
Telcpla
Kn-e lieliverjr
builders and
Contractor*
P, LABS0N 1 ■   prcpareil to
■apply
I imr, Brick,
Sand, Cement
Ami nil kinds of Building
.Material in i-nantilii-a to suit
nml ni rauonabla prices.
—unt—
HOTEL Nokiii VANCOUVEI
11 1.1,1-liuM, Re. '-'.
Wood for Sale
Um  lli a   r,;   Coitnctlnf,   *'l.-»ring
allllk*,   l.r.l.llll*.-,   I'll   .
P 11 uw,
Ph*.in* Ul llll. ,V Ki,lK«iit,
5ave your Piano by having
an Exptrt  do your Tuning
T BRADLEY TAYLOR
2«0  8erond   St., Weit
U.ark l.iiairm.l, i.l.      hra.|. n i«»liil llll'l
I'll call.
mnn igan.
* 19, was ll.
\\ . J.  BALMAIN
a IV II     I  M.ISKKM
*   -nn. iaar uml Ari'liilfft
NORTH  VANCoi'VKR. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
LUII
i nnil.*,i
ra
4NDIE
irSHEN
Late dipLocK-WrigHt
A UVKGI  M IT'LYOF
FRESH FRUIT
ANU KANUIE
Al \\ AYS i'N HAND
I. K. Bennet,     6J Lonsdale
Pianos &0rgans
Wiih to inform their ctw* |
tniiui's lhat iln y iii'c erecting
i dry-kiln aud will be in niT       ,      « .,   ~ .    _,
position to supply luned and Kepaired
Chsrgi iModi rate,
Satisiai tion Guaranteed
THE   EXPRESS
North VahCOUHM
11. C.
Published Tuesdays and Fridays by
North Shore Press, Limited
One yeir, 11.00
RiTEl OE Ml AIM KII'TlaiS
Six month-, 50c. Three monthi
United Statea and Foreign, tl.50 per yeir
Advertising Rates will be quoted on application.
Kiln Dried
Lumber
of ii I Itindi wit lit 11 two a a ai-
SEYMOIR LIMBLR
CO., LFD.
Hi... * in
I7th Slreet, North V.uh inner
WILLIAM LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER & REPAIRER
"Pegwell" i |ih it., w l-'orbcs ave.
P l'.. will ia i eivi prompt atteatioa.
OUE SKMI-WKKKl.Y PAPEB
All new houses .should lie piped lor gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure (or this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIOHT, HEAT &
POWEI CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave,
Tin Eipresn ii devoted to thf interest-, ol the norlh Shore of Burrard Inlet
1'M'lmively It i-oiiHtitutM »n adverti-ii.K medium "I exceptional rali.e nir
reaching in a tliornugh and effeetive manner the ,K,|.,.latii,n ol Sorth *»"™£"
City and Dlltriet   Kvery effort n made tngiva ailvcrtiscr- the mull latislaiiuri
"Allohananlacolltwel adverti»niicnt» -Imuld U- in the priiitcri' haadl not
atcr than III a.ni* Monday and 5 p.m. Wednesday le cn-iire laaHtka in the
luili,«mn u.ii*'
■>•♦•♦»♦■»♦•♦ tm*9t9t%H9t9tHHtiH9*mm9*
NOTICE!
Our business is now- practically on a cash basis. This diablos us to give our customers the
same high class goods we have always handled
at very tnuch bettler prices than can be obtained
liom stores doing a credit trade.
Try un order and compare quality and price.
j. a. & m. McMillan
4949*94*49*r*!i®**'49494 49♦•♦■ai«»»H»f W♦>»
Nor in Va-NcouviR
Mill H   31)111,   1910
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♦ 0. K. BAKERY *
And CONFECTIONERY
BREAD, CAKES, PA8TRY, ETC.
FRUIT, CANDIES,
CIGARS AND TOBACC08
STATIONERY, MAGAZINES
OFFICE SUPPLIES, ETC.
Volume one, number otic, ol
the mid-week edition ol the Kxpress is herewith launched upon
its public career, ll has aisled lor some months past iu the
thought ol the management ol
North Shore l'i ess Limited, to
whom lhc accomplishment ol
the purpose, unavoidably deterred lor a time, allords a  [Teat
deal ol gratification.
Thc  publication  ol   a   semi- ^	
weekly newspaper al North Hint is everlastingly
Vancouver is undertaken in lhc (nnd tearing lo pieces is ol
conviction llial its value lo llu
nlire community will be recog-
nued by the cilm-ns ul both the
city and lhe district. The relationship ol any local newspaper
to the constituency which it
serves is necessarily ol the most
intimate character.    The   local
-m I newspaper is invariably the vc-
A hick-  lor the conveying   ol  the
^ th. me hi ol the
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noting   the   interests   ol   both
merchant  aad  coaaatuer,   its
editorial columns will discuss
in a (air and unbiased 111.inner,
CUReat issues of local importance with a view to stiuiuliitiu-.
thought upon the part ol tlu
ratepayers and residents and t>
sucuring the lullest and most intelligent consideration of all
municipal or other projects,
strictly upwi llieir merits, lhe
entire conduct of and the whole
tenor ol the slieel will be uniformly constructive. A aheel
attacking
extremely doubtful utility. A
single column of mailer w hieh
helps to build, arhkh makes ,,
the addition of something, is
worth more than many issues
containing carping criticism ul
men and things.
While   the above observations
arc intended to be ol a general
character, they   nevertheless denote  the  principles which   the
NEW   EASTER  NECKWEAR
All the latest creations in Ladies' .New Banter Neckwear in Lace and Chillun Collars and .'abbots, eiiilirm-
ilcicl Collars and Wash Ik-Its, Dutch Collars, etc.
Kmbroidered and Lace Jabbols,     2oc to 75c
Chiffon ami Lace Cnlllars    15c
Dutch Collars, embroidered and lace trim.   13c to ll
All colors and sides ol the new Cord Frilling.
All tourist Prilling, all colors, per box toe and u]
MEN'S SHIRTS
An immense range ol  Men's New Spring Shuts 111 all
designs ranging from  65c to Si.;,s
Men's Black   Tan and   l''ancv I.isU- Hose at all prices.
J. J. SicALEECE
KKITII BLOCK    LONSDALE AVKNUE
PHONE 93
taaaaCsaMBma
Fred. Bosquet,   Pro|).
13 Looadale Ave        P.O. Boi 13      I'll mo 13
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HOTEL
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Jj.OO   per   md   up
Special rati ■ ta lam
iln-s aad  i"
boardet-
seiilincl dis.sciiiii.aling lufom*
'lion anil stimulating coiisidcra-
[tf ?*nv- o-
n
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Second Simi
NOKIII   VANCOUVKR, li. C.
u..va.6aa.    a, itl/CHSlli p    11UOH        ^^^^^^^^^^^^
.ill matters ol pjiblic import. It present nialiageiiiuit oi the Kx
is the chronicler ol public events 'press have been steadih elide.i
so that its liles become the vol- Wring to incorporate in the
iiiiu-s iii which arc written the. general policy ol the paper
progressive history ol tlic com- and in the building ol each edi-
tnuiiitv. lt is the consistent 'ticni, as u is prepared lor thu
optimist,    gathering    material .public.   That the result ol these
▼ and making   the  most ol the efforts has not al all linns pro-
▼ 'same for llic lurtiherancc oi pub- ven   satisfactory   lo   ourselves
▼'lie and private interests ami en- 'and to our readers is so patent
tcrprises.    lt   is   the   Watchful as to render the admission   superfluous, but inasmuch as "He
„„„  ... who  aims   at  a  slai   shoots
lion ami discussion with respect higher than he who anus at a
to all matters touching the tree" we arc- persuaded thai the
icoplc's interests. "The pen ol'standard attained has 1-ci-ti
lhe miter, tits brain ol thc 'considerably in advance ol whal
thinker, tho pencil ol the upon it would have Ihcii had those
er, the thought of the corres- actuating principles beea laid
pimdent, the project ol the man- upon a lower pjanc.
agar, the vigilance of the edl-l The management ol the Ka-
tor," the .irt and skill ol the press gratefully acknowlcdgi
printer, tlm time and eiu-ig. Ith*.- valuable assistance whuh
'ol the entire Stall arc constant-'lias been received not in I lee
ly engaged in Tilling up the niea-'but in innumerable instances
sure of tlic inllueiice and the usir'and in many way Irom tin
fulness of the newspaper. While [,jciids and patrons ol the p,i-
Ievery paper must ol necessity be per. The semi-weekly edition is
produced in tllic guise of a pri- 'undertaken in the hope lhat h.iv-
vatie or scinri-priviilc business j-.j, ouAt the iniilweek editioH
enterpriai
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ENEF1TTED
UYEBS
•RING
I'SINKSS
HALL'S GROCERY
PHONE 189
Cor. St. Oeorgea & 8th Street
N. VANCOUVER
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RAILROAD
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PEABODYS'
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Tin*   "lily    in iiaii.ii lur.T
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Childn n i Boots ind SI
NKXT TOHl'RNS' Ml'.AT MAKKKT
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 t y_ at the. same time | fact, its value will appeal in
wh.il'its ofic*aad huctloaaaie a* ■ naaaw to all Mterarii
it is lead-'ing clli/dis and woll wishers nl
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properly mule-stood
Ily semi that a paper .owlm ted 'North ValiiotiMT dtj and
ab.i.g vrogrchsivc lines lien.i.us trict that the new utituie
a valuable public asset. In lad. .Be rtCOgalaed as ol red vallu to
la ,,11 growing and enterprising :the community and thu ll Will
eoimmniitics a newspaper is re-'receive a like liberal -i.tronig.
logni-cd as m Lnibspens-ilde •* to that which has Ikc. extend
jt.net to success, even to the ex* led to the week-end edition
tent ol bonnsing al times <>r
otherwise providing special inducements, lo proc*ro thr «*-
lablisllliient ol a pafMT 01——t
lhe bounds of the coiiainunily.
Once established tlui local (taper    stands   closely     iilenliiic-il
witih   the   iid-yaitceniciil   ui   i's
cdiuslituency.   The poili.y ol the
paper,   il   properly   conducted,
vvill rullcct lln- spirit oi   enter-
prise which actuates the eiti/en-
ship j   the  uevws  columm-   will
make the most of every item of
public, interest or moment,   always  wilh  a   view to  "boost
ing"   the community  whii
the   jauuie time  usiTiul irlonna-
tiflfli,     somewhat     fafcyoad    the
merely   parochial,   will receive
dm-    attention;    iis    niyii-
tising     ciilinnns      will     pur-
tray-       the     cn.liTprisc       and
the sucor-ss of the mercantile in
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ol lhe management ol the Kxpress is to produce a paper
which, with regard to both its
geiiural character and ils enterprising policy, i.m be Rimed
to by tllc cili/.eiis ol Ninth Vancouver With the consciousness
thai they have lutein a credit-
abb panel which docs justice
to the constituency which it
has tlu- honor to repreeeat,
Every ancMNgttieat toward
this end which is extended Irmn
anv source, will lie highly up-
,,, predated and even elinrt will
lie made to keep the paper lully
abreast    nl   the dcu-liipliicUl    nl
the community,   in  earnest
which disposition upon the (i.irt
of the management the prodni
diction of i scitii-wccklv edition
Office Phone 149
FOK
Signs
House Painting
Paper Hanging
Glazing
Wallpaper
and Paints
Ol all kinds
Picture Framing
E. PALMER
MOM  AM) HHKh
CONTRACTOR
I IK-.T ( I AS- I I l I HI     a I
Phone 170 P.O. Box 166
NOW
Is tbe time to spray your
liml Iteea      We recommend
and  will   supply   you   with
UME
SULPHUR
SOLUTION
Which should be put aa belore lhe trees commence lo
bud
ML K'Nds of
Fertilizer*
PorLaWNaNooardeN
TIIK RMU1H1I
MUM. CO., Ltd.
Lonsdale Avenue,
at Ferry Landing
rt. DOWIE
CONTRACTOR AJfDBUILDW
Plane, Specifications, Kstiinatcs
P. 0. Bm 27, North Vancouver
taretti *A tto cc|tt«Mltj   V* h n"w mi,k'lUUn'
Gen«ral Contractor
Cl i tRIRO, BIAMM.  BM' u
IMI, thS
■ MMM * BIMB
J. II. BUSKINS
Cor. 3rd St. & Lonsdale
Siicceniwir In VV. A. (iitnaun
HORSESHOEING and
General Blackstnithing;
B| lal nili'iitl'iii iiln'ii In lamii
ami iiitirli-rlnu twrtM    h\OS ear-
rinni* irnrl, nml Meal .lniri»*iilii|(.
All work  iniaraiiti-i-il.     I'rnni|it
jiii'nli'aii    (im* ine a trial. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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A Few Snaps for Profitable Investment
Safety       Income       Profit
Call and see our Large and Exclusive List
Correspondence Solicited
North Vancouver
Close-in City Lots at Less Than Acreage Prices
An estate consisting of 73 Lols
Centrally located in the City of North Vancouver.   Some of the streets are already opened.
Close to electric car line and waterfront.
PRICE,  $400 PER LOT AND UP
Terms:  One-Fourth Cash,   Balance 6,   12 and  18 months.       Prices will be advanced on oi before April   I5tli  nexl.
Nearby lots in   DISTRICT LOT 265   now saleable at $1000 to $2500 eac
Maps and particulars on application
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD
(Incorporated A.D. iuod, under thc Companies' Act 1X47 and Amending Acts, with chief place ol business in North Vaniouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C.. Telephone 15
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I Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods j
Gent's Furnishing and Fancy Store.
\l   Cor. 2nd r.n,l Unid-de Ave. E.talili.li,*,! I'M, Tc!.|.l„'i,( iH    *
Come and see mirstnek of Beautiful
Sew Spring Goods. Onr Lun,.
Einhrniikrirf mul Hitching* tier
choice antl very rlienji. Pmtgoods
in all ranges frnin ttc per goal.
Seleeted I'rinln 10f. nml l.'ic Shirt-
it'ttitfs from 75c. up. AUjint-clasi
value ....
DRESSMAKING on the Prtmises
!• 4«t«U«l»!«!-!-!-!-I-'-!»!«!^!-' -!-!-;-'_'
PIONEER BAKERY
WWKIR A HI MIR. Proprietor-i
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
Try our XXX Brown Bread. Daily delivery in all parts sli it*
Phone 8 and 54
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & filh St.
North Vancouver Woodyard
Comer Sei ond and St. l'alrick's
We „.ppiv  5tove Wood
•ny length required
$2.75 per load
Prompt delivery I'hom tgo P.O  Bo* 156
A  UlMPAKISON
Cona try
13
n
111
In  nm   ill  ihe exchaug* 1  lo
li.iitd   .1   ((iiii|i.irisiiii   ia    Ik-iiij;
in,ule ,,i iiii   comparative nt-
eeea oi coaatry aad dtj boya ia
r-eachiag hi|h positions in lile.
The protagoniai lot the ft-un-
llv hoy \2.t\c the following   ,'**■
lires seiuied by llllll III the lulled St .lies :
Claaa oi .Men    Citj
Presidents          2
Governors        4
Ci linnet Oficera   15
It would appear UgUj   -..ill
I,nioi'i to tlie count rj bo) 11
iliiM' rallies proved corteel aad
wde loiiinU'd on ataUatica ;^.i
tkered as to the Relative nuni-
liei nl iiih.iliit,intis nl titles and
rural districts.
It   is .1 well known l.ul, how
ever,    that    the   loimtri     rtoy
from ap la atari] toot] 1 asc m
the   Iiu    and  stalwart   iiiainnt
befittiaa   Ins   oat-si dooi  lit.
while the nli bo) has not these
collVclilillus oi  Baton lO  sllill
gthen both Ins mind aad bod)
and llllllll In iiilislderid t,, l„
,it   .1 ills,nli,iilt.ip   in this   wai
although ilu arguweata la la
mu oi the latter coald poaeibh
lie pul 111 .in e,|ilall- i,,III iltl III-;
III,lllln I   111  .illntliil   diltctioa,
It is nu, reatiag to read  the
opiaioBl   "I   si-vel.il    ptiiiiini* .
men erho have spoken oi Um
1 .nunia iiuirotniieiii u being
more favorable,   one railwaj
|iiistili-at   s.us "I,ile 011   the
I,iim   is  pie-eniniiiith   ill    m\
judgment aa expericaec which
devt lops ladcpeadeace aad
nli.m,1, .nul, tlieielore, I think,
the spirit ol .iihicvciiiciit nioie
lhan ,in\ olliet I know of." Another railwaj prwhlcat rr
marks "1 believe ili.u latin
Iih   lajn   a  |Ood   and    hi".id
tooadatlon (or healthy, tifait-
ous manhood in both initial tad
hody."
I'nsi<Unt   .1.   .1, Hill   ,,|   th,
On .a Northern Railwaj aayi
"Mi |iti*s(tit home is on ,1 I.nm
■md m\ pniui| il re.isa.n lor
making my home there, rathe)
than at ."ine ol ilu* l.ik,s or in
the uti, is thai I haW three
bojn ol un own, I .un nun,* io
|iVI    .1    I.lll I.lll     ill     llll I       lal
lleve ihere is no did ol .il 'U
lllcllls thai living oil the Iall .
■"ives   the   lust   ih.in,,     .'
growing boy.    While mj .u.,'..-
ttg lhe farm mv honn ■>;,.*
tiincs works an inconvenieiiee t>
llie, 1 realize lhat the lielielil oi
my children are well worth tlu
iiiionu-nii-iiie lo un of getting
iu .md out betweea mv olioc
and the (arm."
LAIGE KKAI.TY DUAL
	
Ah. PeKJ Ward, ,,1 ill. \ iii-
loiiver Kcaltv lirm ol Ua.,',
Itiuniestir   I   miu   Iliac mil/,
1.ilied al the Bipnei ofiee in,s
uuk and reported thai his Una
had   puiihased   a llXtt f iXVt
id 1). l. 544, lyiitfl
.loins Am*, anil I.alsoii's Koad
OB lhe easl, and West alld J .id
and -'.'ml sli nls mi llu* t.oiih
and   south.    Mr.  Ward reports
ihat lu, peraoaallj, has .us|„ 1
nl   ol nearly hall of tin
lots   and   antuiii.U,s .111   I iri)
disposal ol lhe clllllc blocit.
K1NAWAY
A      llalll.llk.lllll (Sl.||M liom
piriualiciil   ilijlili   w,
oil   l-rnlai   last  win 11 llu   Inn <
,,i tin   Seunoiir l)air\   berouu
frightened   and   Maaaagrabh
throogh    lhc   bicakinc,   ol    lhe
harness and ran away  scvcrcl
injariaa  the driver, Mr   Bill
alioul the head, though BOt '
seriously.
Mr. Hill was on Ins   regulal
laiilllils   dtllMllll-;   milk   lo   his
itisioiiieis winn oa gettiaj
Ins lil at lhe lorner ol Thud
sunt lu in some manner flight
cited the Hiatal Wltll llii lisiiii
tliat It bolted down -llul with
tlu driver hanging on. H( waa
aide to guide it into Del
ond street lml had not CBOUlb
lontrol to st(er it deal oi 'in
telephone |„,le at the loltni
"huh the Wagga slunk, -in.isii-
iBg   it   lollMal, 1,ihii,    .111,1    .
lag  Hi   Hill had agaiaal ihi
P'de.    Mediial  nuj w ,1.    lKrtl  ■
hand   and   lhe/ iii|inn s dn
The   patient     w,, , s,,a,i,
feeliaa aaakj bal
■how  ,, bo|| j,,,,,,
Arthur   Dtvi
North V.-uiconvei polio J
'mm, is prip.ittii;' to iiuaM  into lus mv
l,u  dom. I,, ti„. north
present abode.
COME
and fee us at
THE NEW STORE
Just above the City Hall
EX IRA SPECIAL
Cash Bargains
IHIS MOMII
Mitlti
1
Carpet Squares
Everything Reduced
54   *nd   it,   Lonidal*  Av«.
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SELLS DRUGS A\l> III D It'IMS
AT  VANCOUVER   PRICES   . * *
TRADE AT HOME
G/I'f IS I IRI.II. OS YOl i
MM oil l'i nioxr. ig
T  S   THOMAS, I'hm. B
DRUGGIST
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SEE US FOR        j
SASH  DOORS  MOULDINGS  BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,  ETC, ETC.
IUKKAKI) BASH I HOOK 1411010, loot of .St. George
U,* . 1   ,, iroai orl.r- Hull ..r lime. THE EXP
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
MORRISON'S
S I G N
WORKS
Keith Block    lit Street W,
Social and Personal News Items
FALSE ADVERTISING
The demand loi houses ln tie.'
iu is daily becoming mora'
pressing,
I),,   Ci,,,.*       iord oi \'.m
*   Ur, ilio.s.
i ,,i  ,,      island,  spent
w tterdaj in        >1U i~sXt ol
,\U. .,n,l Ai;      l   '    Uilh,uns ol
Lonsdale Avi
Mrs. J, C, Morrison, 150 jrd
street,  will not  receive  again
111, ^^a^a^a^a^a^a^a^a^.^.^__
^^^^^^^^^^        On a,,,,11111 *., llie l'.astcr lloll
j k ,1 ■JurrayandhiabridcdaysandGco.il Cowaa'i a,I
have i.ikin up Iheii rwddenccin,dress in Vancouver on fuesdav
their new bouse, \lb Mil itreet.
NoFiT H VaNooUVer
HOSPITAL
,,a\|*l ,   ,
thi: MSSl > DAWSUS
I'lTtlli,*:,!,* : -an.l' tl,  Mcdlctl llllll
M.ii.Tiniv Niir-,*-
Nmses Sent Oat on Application
lul     lellil-     .l|,|,ll     .,1     l.aa*    ||(M|liUl
Gar, 1.MI1 Btr-wl ,v St. Undrew'. An
PHONF.   f,0
Ur,  11*   I.*   McPherson   has
moved into Ins lately coiuplel   week,
ol  bungalow on St, Andrew
between 15th and 16th sue, 1
evening, the regular meeting 01
ih, citj i-otini il was poatpoued
until \\,,i;i, **i.i\ evening oi this
Alt .1. T. Device is busih pn
paring Ior the summ« ti ade ,11
his ue 1H .un parlors and Iruil
store ,u the terminus ol thi
Capilano cal Inn. and haa tali
en up his residence there.
Iloard <»r Trade
North Vaniouver Hoard ol
Trade meets the thud Toeadaj
ol each month, at X o'clock p,
m., in the hoard room, Cilv
Hall. Executive meets lhe lirsi
Tm .il.i- oi each month. W. J
Irwin, piesident; .1. 0. l'arnici,
Military.
UT,   Km   Whcclcl,  l.ile ol   .V;
.issu.   ami   now  stationed   al
North Bend as C.P.R, agent
a ,is ni the city ycati rday uiak
ing a few ealls on iin mis  and
relativee,
J. T. Device, proprietor of tin
Rustic    Kcltcshuielll    looms    at
ihe terminus ol the Keith road
Irani lino, Capilano, has started serving lunches and lighl ,1
ii,slim,nis, aad his well known
reputation assures the publii a a
prompt   and  salislaclor;,    mrr
VICC.
Announcement
IV North Viintouver
Coal & Snpplv Compiiuv
beg to Hon the plllilic thai
tluy have ("■lahli-hril an ollice
and depot al the lent ol Lonsdale Ave., easl ol the ferry
wharl, and will be pupated
within a few days, to supply
coal, wood and builders' supplies in anv quantity at
moderate prices.
Ihey reepecthmy modi in
opportunity to qaote pricei
belore  purch,.(s   lie  mad,
i'1-eulii li
Aii   and -.: i, i   S  Brown "i
ilns  ,n>   umiiii,,I   the   I.ui,i
pari    ol "in   .1    Iim
months   holida)   trip  through
I*,.i*.iif.i I .iii.i.l.i and more pai
iiiui.iel\   iii Ontario,  when-  u
nuiiiliei   iii   iiiiii   relatives  an
living,     Ur,   and Ura,   Brown
have lllovixl  inlo llleil   111 «   COl
tuge al tin i i r oi St Gi orgi
avenue and loth
P, l.aisou, one ol North Van
loinii s  tin,-1   iliu i pi i Hi;;  | in
/, ns .unl proprietor oi lhe I ai
you View Hotel, haa ptitchaaid
in,, lim large automobiles, an
Oakland and an Old mol '1
both ol the latesl models which
w ill lie put oii tlu run between
the terminus ol the >- apilano
ear line and iits sininiii i hotel
at ihe Second i auyoii,   T he au
tllS    Wlll     lllla a| , ,||     for      till'
purpoae "1 conveying guests to
lus siiiiinni   i,soli al the can
loll.
A mi\ pie,is,mt ,1miii*i | ,n
u.is given al the Palaci llnl 1
last Thnrsdaj evening hj \h
i. \\. Donaldson as a mark ol
esteem to a number ol visiting
.aid conntrj friends. The din
int   was .il   a sot ial ,hai
-"-jo •«.       ami    was   strictly    informal,
to hu had the honor oi talking I Thoae present were Edward
prixei not only at all ol the re- Oaborne, ol the Osborne Peacock
nnt Vancouver dog shows, but Company, Advertising Agents
also tu Seattle and Victoria lol Uanchestcr and London,
llr. Cardinal]  and  Ur,  Field   Rutland;   Thos   i     R«lfim,
house also i.uu, oil wilh lusi own,i oi the Pull,in Rilbln-r
honors in the ilass in which|Works, Hyde, Eng.; Wm. Bro
their doge wen entered. Con die, representing thi Sii Uicli
sideling thi competition! thai ael Nairn Part Company, u
tin local doga um willi it is Kiiki.nth. Scotland, and I'm
thought to bo highly commend-1 Bros., juu manufacture! I
able ol ih, North Vancouver Dundee, Scotland, and \
kennels  that they came oil  so Smith, l>eo  Smith and  W   I
Green oi S'oi lh \ ancouvi r
Amongst the winners  at   the
i, cent \ am ouvei dog show a.,
Ah   C. l'. Jackaon and Mr, V
.1. II. Cardinal! and Mi   Field
house oi North Vancouver, i hi
loi'iiiei's   doga   appeal    as   lillle
iililion lml,!,is in a number ol
.In uii in classes. Hi Jackson's
reputation as an owner oi das
s\  doga is mole lhan local an '
the attention ol ihe provincial   government    has   been
brought bo the outrageous man-
in r in whieh outsiders are taking advantage   of the   realtj
move in this province to beguile
innocent Inventors through mie-
leading advertisements and ac
cordingly to the detriment oi
Britiih Columbia lands.
Premier McBride has announced that the government is taking all possible steps to tcrinin.
ate this epidemic oi spurious
advertising for which unscrupulous land audits ate lespoli-
sllile.
The governtueni claims lhat
it  has lieen a favorite tliek   o
l,unl companies on lhe othei
side ill the line ol late, to announce themselves as "Hritish
Columbia government lands
agencies," although they have
no uml, [-standing or connection
u uh the ;" ci nu,' in. Their mo
ilus operandi is lo lorm companies, procure a sullicient number oi powers ,,1 attorney, and
bj nu,uis ol these, act ing as
agents under the Lands Act, to
lake un considerable areas ol
slainlard CTOWU lands, place
ihein on the market and sell j
tlielii at high prices.
ill late weeks a number ol
warning advertisement! havi
been insetted in the American
pr,ss by the government oi tin
province, adviaing proapectivi
investors against ihese false re
presentations.
Another feature ol condemned
advertisements, it is claimed,
and ihis applies lo notices ap
peering   ia   British   Columbia
newspapers as Well, is the all
iioinueiuetil lhat in suih-aliil
such townsite hit hello itiihcard-
ol the government has reeerved
:-,  per  cent,   ol   the lands   loi i
parks    alld    pulilic    buildings.
This  is defended liv liliiij;   tin-
elalUK    111    the    Land    A(t      III
which a ,piaiur interest in all,
lowtisiies in the province is rt
served by the government, but
theft is no obligation that   lln*
laud thus held back be utiliAd
for parks or otherwiae
MUSIC HATH CHARMS
Wl have compett nt teachers for thc following instruments:
PIANOFORTE,   OKGAM.   VIOLIN,
V10LINCELL0,   CORNET,   MANDOLIN.
Term of twelve Iivmhin, $6.00
North Vancouver Piano Co. & School of Music
Address—143 Lonsdale Avenue Phone 114
Thi   Sherwiti-Williamt   Paints   Cotir   thi    Earth
^laV„„  ,
^^^^^^^^     ,M»de in Canada
Stands Extremes of Heat and Cold
RUHEROID is used on houses and barns at points
i.ooo miles north of Edmonton, Allicrta—and the
extrcn - cold has no effect ( n it.
RrflEKOII) is us-.-d on biiil*li-i'*siiithe Wect Indie**,
South America and the Orient,—where the thermometer registers from 90 to 100 degrees for months
—and the extreme beat has no ellect on it.
Could you ask for a rc-« M'isfartorv roofing for vour
house aud barn f
Sole Agents for
North Vancouver
Paine   ®, McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
We
T. F, Durrand oi Vancouver 1
has rented 1 house pa ind itieel !
east ol St. Patrick's
move in sluutli.
11   vi"ir*«    Sherttin-Williemi   Paintt    Coter   ihi    Earth
09**********000000***************************************************
*********************************************
New Boulevard Extension Lot*
Are Booming
71 Lots Already Sold
These lots are 50 x I 35 feet, silualecl } blocks WCSl oi Lonsdale Avenue, two blocks west of New High School, with glorious view
uf Inlet and Vancouver.    Look al the prices and terms, they cannot be equalled elsewhere
$350 to $425 each
Terms: Quarter cash; 6, 12, 18 and 24 months.     We have only a limited number, so buy at once.
We will clear these lots FREE OF U4ARGL for any person desirious of building
WARD, BURMESTER & VON GRAEVEMTZ
I    Phone 5522 Vancouver        Head Ollice 319 Pender St.
THOS. GARROW
Phone 202, 2nd St., Easl of Lonsdale Avenue
I       111U,„U , '    "*""	

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