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VOLUME 9
NORTH   VANCOUVKR,  B.C.,  FRIDAY, .JANUARY 14. 1910.
NUMBER IS
City Council Meeting
The linal mating of the city
council of 1400. was held Monday evening. There were present Aldermen McRue, McNeish,
aSchulla,Young, Dick and Hraim
Mayor W. H. May presided.
Communications as follows
were Deferred lo the city engineer Ior the consideration of the
new council: A petition that
the city rapair the portion of
the pipe line road lying within
the city limits; from W. Hall,
asking that the street be put in
shape in front of his new store,
corner of nth and St. George's^
from Alex. Philip, C.M.C, to
the eflect that district engineer
had been instructed to report
as to allowing the use of a portion of a street for a caretaker's
cottage at the Lynn Creek intake; from the Colonial Engineering Co., Ltd., with a proposition to instal a lighting and
pumping station for the city.
A plan of subdivision of lot 4,
block 8, D. L. 616 was referred
to the city engineer, as was a
plan of subdivision of block 6o,
0. L. 549-
Accounts as follows were ordered paid: Finance committee
>J92.43i lire and light commit/*
lee l43.7°i police $55.50; waterworks committee (69.73; *9*m
uf works 5m*i.S.
Owing to another appoint-
nunt, Mayor May retired from
the cluir with a few courteous
words of parting, and Aid. McRae was appointed chairman.
The lire .nul light committee
recommended that an arc light
l>c placed al the corner of 17ill
and Mahon avenue, adopted.
Il was moved by Aid. Schult/.
and seconded by Aid. Young,
that thc council questions thu
propriety of the action ol the
boanl ol trade in recommending the publication ol an article
condemning the record of this
vear's council. The motion
carried, Aid. Dick and Hraim
dissenting.
The amendment to the engineer's appointment by-law
w.is read a last time and finally passed.
Council adjourned sine die.
Winnipeg Exposition
The proposed Canadian International Exposition and Selkirk
Centennial, at Winnipeg, the
date, lor which lias beta Imally
set (or tite year 1413, brings under review the record ol similar
expositions which have bucli
held. The exposition era may
be said to have begun with the
great industrial and arts exhibition arranged by His Koyal
Highness l'rince Albert,and held
in the Crvstal Palace, London,
in 1851. ' At this oxhibitiou
there were 13,437 exhibitors,
over six million admissions recorded and after all obligations
Won pawl, there remained a pro-
lit ol three quarters ol a million
dollars in the treasury.
This was followed In 1 gri.it
exposition in I'aris, called the
Exposition I'niverselle, where
there were 23,83c- exhibits, with
a total ol admissions of alioul
five millions.
ln 1862 London held a second
great international exhibition,
at which the attendance reached 6,211,103, notwithstanding
the fact that the American civil
war was raging at the time.
In 1807 Paris repeated the
Exhibition Universelle, in the
famous egg-shaped building erected on the Champs de Mars,
for that purpose, at which tiie
attendance climbed to nearly
seven millions.
In 1873, Vienna broke Into the
game holding a world's lair in
Ule Wcltausstelling, which was
attended by approximnltaly seven millions.
The lirst eflort made by America In tlie exposition line was
the great ieiiluini.il exhibition
.it Philadelphia in 187b. Notwithstanding the general lin.ui
cial depression which prevailed
at the time, a new record was
made as lo attendance, the total reaching almost ten millions
I.O.O.F. Installation
Civic Election Results *"**??
I-!. L. Biss  274
North Vancouver lodge No.
55,1.0.0.1"'. enjoyed a visil from
Grand Master Uro. Wallace I.atv
and Uro. Archie Russell, D.D.O,
M., at the regular meeting on
Thursday evening. The business ol the evening was the installation ol ollicers lor the ensuing term, the grand master
tiaking charge of the ceremonies
assisted In the districi deputy
G.M. and also P.O. liros. A. C.
Barclay, F. B. Croslon, A. L.
Clements, F. Farrow, .1 nines
Stewart and A. Laidlaw. The
Bewly installed ollicers were as
follows: Bro. J. G. Kelly, N.G.
Bro. Ira Peers, V.G.; Bro. A.
Kennedy, Ree. Sec; Bro..I.Pilling, P.G., Fin. Sec; Bro. C.H.
Nye, Treas.; Bro. F. Gladwin,
Warden; Bro. A. L. Clements,P.
G., Con.; Bro. F. Farrow, P.G.
R.S.N.G.; Bro. J. Brown, I.S.
N.G.; Bro. Dr. Dyer, R.S.V.G.;
Bro. E. Groleau.L.S.V.G.; Bro.
|C Stonehouse, O.G., Bro. R.
limes, I.G.; Bro. E. D. Lyons,
R.S.S.; Bro. A. Anderson, L.S.
S.; Bro. J. R. J. Murray, Chap.
! Following the installation the
grand master and the district
deputy grand master favored
the lodge with sliort speeches,
complimenting the local lodge
upon the healthy growth and
the linancial prosperity which
marked its position and likewise
giving some very encouraging
information with respect to the
steailv advancement being made
by the order throughout tiie
province. Light relrcshmcnls
were served alter the close ul
the lodge session.
Correspondence
Editor Express:
Sir,—1 should like lo t.ill lhe
atteatioa .mil sympathy ol the
public ol Nortli Vancouver to a
very deserving cise winch lor
lhe past nine weeks has bsH
treated at the hospital.
The young man was working
un the iiXteiislotl ol the B. C.
ISL Rv. to Lynn Vallev and had
only a lew hours al the work
when he was struck down by
some blasting operations, in-
llicting serious injuries. However, he has improved beyond
expectations, and though not
able to work (or some months,
is leaving the institution shortly. The company for whii h In
worked made compensation,.unl
a benefit dance is to lie given mi
January Mth in lhe Horticultural hall, when I hope the public will come lo the troul.
J. HUGH HOOPER
St. John's Rectory,
————————————
A large turnover 111 local n.il
estate is reported this wi*ek,
whereby about 150 aires ol land
west ol the Capillio, changed
hands lor f 130,000 or f8oo |kt
acre. The property is m altered
throughout I). 1,. IQOU .nul 1s
SStected acreage. The purchasers were Messrs. .I. B. .Mathers,
president ol Dominion Trust
Co.,Ltd., and Geo. Hay ol V.in-
couver. The deal was tugotial-
ed by Thacker i'i Thornton, ol
Vancouver and North Vaniouver. The price is believed to
establish a new record for Capilano acreage outside ol waU-r-
Iront property.
The civic elections held ycslcr-
day for niavor,   aldermen    anil
nominees ior the board of lerrj
directors, malted in the polling
of a record vote in the city's
history. Tht total number ol'
ballots deposited was ;Si, a
number 145 in execs* ol the
vote polled last year, w hen the
I   W. Fowler  291
W. J. Irwin 456
William Knowles ... 147
Donald MacLsanan   190
William McNeish  |66
Geo, W. McRae  I99
A. W. Sargent   181
8. I). SchulU 324
Alexander Smith .... 325
Isaac Walden  201
H. W. Young   2S7
total poll was 588. The in- Messrs. McNeish, Irwin, Schult/.
crease was doubtless due in part Smith, McRae and Fowln, electa the exceptionally large mini- ted.
ber of ratepayers who came over,    For Nominees for Ferry Dircc-
froin Vancouver to register their torate:
v°tc!»- A. J. Henderson .... 348
At the same time the large in-        T. Kickham  '.  |o6
crease  in  the residential   vote        p. Larson   )j;
w.is particularly noticeable, and      J. A. McNair 143
it is the opinion ol those who
are in excellent position to
judge, that the local vote   has
Road Machinery By-law:
For the by-law   bio
Against the bylaw     84
Spoiled ballots     34
Majority for  161
M.iin Sewer By-law:
For the by-law   6bb
Against the bylaw     51
Spoiled ballots    40
Majority lor 211
ITEMS
it is a aoteabte (act that not
one ballot was spoiled in the
voting for mayor, aldermen or
ferrv directors.
W. D. Reeve  253
Jesse Williams 411
Messrs. McNair, Larson, Wil-
at last  reached  those  propor- limns and Kickham olected.
To Aid. William McNeish, the
chairman of the board of works
in last year's council, belongs
the honor of heading the poll in
the alderinanic race, wilh ex-al-
derinaii W. J. Irwin a close second.
Local and Personal
Jack Loutet and N. Lonsdale
Next in order the exhibition
at Paris in 1878 registered more
than sixteen million admissions
Glasgow entered the held .Mil
held two exhibitions in il JSt
siiceessioii, one in 188K and the
other in 1841. The first exhibition had a total ol 5,748,374 ad"
missions in lbi days, and showed a prolit of $265,000. The
second exhibition reached eleven
and one-hall million admissions
and made a prolit ol $152,855.
Paris again entered the arena
in 1400 and manifested the lacl
that exposition methods had
been mimed to I science in
that city, by operating upon I
campaign of ticket selling upon
.1 pi,111 which resulted ill an attendance nearly twice as large
as  the  largest   ever    attained
William II M.iv, who w.is 11
(iteil vistinl.it lm his sii mnl
term as maun ol lln ult "I
Norlli  V.iiiHiiiur, h.is lui 11 lm
J>I.lt 111.lilt    .1   Ipl.irll!    ol    .1   lllll
nrt a props! it a,w mr 011 lln
north shore, having made Ul
lirsl invest iiunl lure in the yeai
iss;, :t u.ns ,ie,o. Hi has had
,1 long .nnl liniiiii,1I1I1  i.ui 11 11:
|>lllilll   Slllltr   111   till   l.lp.HlU   nl
distriii councillor aad rscve,aad
<>i 1 in nidi nu.in .unl mayoi
He w.is elected to tin- ilisimi
loiinul I.it the first time in the
u.ii 1893, ,unl s.il loiilinnousK
as .1 councillor until the u .11
1907, with iln 1 Mipiion ul iln
ti .11 i',o, In i'ii'7 he w.is iln
ted reres 01 the distrii t, iti la
lOOfl lli lal lhe 1I11.1I ollni  i.l luu
Ol   till'   lIlSllll I    .lllal   .ll'lillll.lll    lol
the dty, Iii January 1404, he
was elected to the position ol
111.nm ol the city, and the ilu
lols .ig.illl expressed thill mil
liileine 111 him by rc-clulilig lum
u-.iml,iv to the mayoralty lur
tin u.ii I'llo. It is sale to mt)
1 Ii.ii Havoc Mai '1 moid in two-
1111ip.1l honors is one that mn
nm In duplicated in British Columbia.
Wanted. Woman lor lion 1
work, mornings, at once. Appli
Suite 7, Keilh block.
The Salvation Army has rent
ed the hall over the B. C. Meat
Market lor barracks purposes
Modern six room flats, in the
Skelhorne block, to rent irom
MS to $18 per month. Irwin I
Billings Co. Ltd.
Wanted. A building lot oll
llie Lynn Valley io.nl. Close to
store. Send best lenns to W.,
this oflice.
Wanted—By a young othec
man, room and board with a
private family. Apply P. 0.
box 100.
Continued on Page Ten.
,ui\ when i Isi in the world. The
tioiis in whnh it prepoiiiln.it
the outside vote. The l.ul thai
a certain number of aldirinanii
ballots found their way into
the boxes (or the various by
laws, necessitated a tl muni oi
the nlileriii.inii ballots this
morning, with the result thai
the personnel ol the abb 1 maim
board was chaagsd somewhat
Irom whal Bppaafad to be   tin
result upon the lirst count. -M'l
McRae iiioud up to a position
among the loitiinnie six, while
Messrs I-'. I. l'uwlii ainl l-.i.n
Walden tied for lhe sixth se.il
Riiliirning Olhiti Tims Ship
lii.nl giving his casting vote in
lavor ol Mr   Fowler.
The official report ol the connt
,is 1 (vised and linally issued b\
the returning officer was ns lol
lows:
For Mayor:
William ll. Ma; I  '
William J, link is'.
Majority lor May ... ho
The voting on the mom \ bj
laws n suited in the r.itiln .illon
ol all the lis laws In overwhelming majorities,as lollows
Parks Improvement By-law
For the bv-law S7-'
Against the bv-law    128
Spoiled ballots    33
Majoritj for lbs by-law, a-
Ixive three-lilt lis' .1:3
sdiooi sm By-law:
Fm iln Iit I.m
Against ilu- by-law    99
spi.ileil ballots si
M.i].nilt  lm i^o
u.i iii works Improvement bj
law:
I'or lln In law I,)!
Ag.unsi iln by laa
spoiled ballots 30
Majority lor ,...,.,..,  141
fm Equipment B\ laa
F..r the bl l.iw 634
'insl tin* b\ law       75
Spoiled balloti |j
Majority lor  181
The work ol l.n ing the slit]
on tlio Lvmi Vallev tram extension has begun and has reached
the turn on to the pipe lim road
loading is completed to llos
kins road. The deep cut bsyoad
lloskins road is about completed and clearing operations an
111 prm ess lor the remainder of
the line.
J M Pollard, manager of   the
Colonisation Co., with offices la
the Winch block, Vain niiui ,,uul
lamil] will make then home in
this city, having secured a rsaj
(leine on Mb stiei'l, 11. .11  to Sl
s .iviniic.
Mipilililelidelit   Wilsnli  a,I    i|„
I I' R.   tcltgiaplis  was  in  tOWS
-1 sii nl,iv  looking bu aii office
ihii im telegraph!) purpoi
is.    It is understood that Mtil
factory arraagamsati sn
made,   .md   that .1 trlegraphii
II al mn will bn op, in,I .is soon
as the ollice can lie prepared.
The many Iriends oi Malcolm
McMillan arc delighted to see
hmi around again alter his promoted illness.
Elder Murray Co. lire insurance
Mr. A. Cluckcr oi MtHwauku
is the guest oi Mr. and Mrs. .1
J. Woods at their home, on St
Patrkh'a avenue..
The Si. Andrew's and Cale*
iloiiian Society have established
permanent quarters oa Lonsdale
ave. in the Thompson block.
The rock crusher is now in
permanent position at lhe I.vi.n
Vallev quarry. The bins are
completed and the grade is in
itiiiliiitss lor laying lhe track.
Contracting. — For all kind.,
of teaming and team work, land
clcariug, etc. D. L. Mclnloini-
ney at 132 1st street cast, or
P.O. box 84.
Buiii. In this city on Thurs-
d.it, .1.11111.11 \ 1 uli, to Mr. and
Mrs. W. II.' i-osier, Lonsdale
avenue alld .'3rd street, twin
sons.
Fm  Sale    Big doubli  coi 1111.
Mth .md Sutherland ave. Moo,
Spin i.ish, balance 111 6, 12 aud
18 months. No lommission.
Apply P. 0. box 471, Vancouvei
Join dimming's suit club.
Mrs. W. J. Irwin will receive
011 Wednesday, January 141I1,
from three to six p.m., and
thereafter every third Wednesday ol thc month.
Wanted.—From owners onh,
a lot on ist strut, lorth Mde,
lirst block Irom Lonsdale. (Juote
lowest price and best terms. Advertiser genuine buyer, Add
Express Olbce.
lhe first di.iw ol I iii..i;,,„^ .
suit ilub took plan* in his sio,,
011 I111.1I.11, 1 tilling, ami Unlink- |His(,ii was hi,,I p; Al
kiir.oii. This entitles him to
receive a Sv suit ol clothes lor
|2.00
A lamily ol smii Ph mouth
Rusk ihicks, aatchsd la Decent-
ber arc busiiv engaged scratching (or a living at the resnl, 11,,
ol Miss C. lloniiwood, of i.pli
Itreet, Our sunnv south, m
'■l"l» makes even th, lulls tlm.k
that December is May
Capt C. II. Cates and famil-
returned to ths dtj List week,
alter   ■    sopmrn     „l     st I
moiiilis at  Savotus, in  ihe in
iniul    Thev .di thoroughly en
joysd tin 11   lioliii.n   ,,ii,i   an
llllllll bilielili.l plnsia.illt iion,
ihe ihange and the rost.
Ml 1-. I. Battej viaited iln*
dt) loi thc lirsl time ,,„  J lin 1 -
'l.n aad w.is -o i.ui,!,ii,h   jln.
1   With what he • aw that
In promptly rented 1 housi
th* "1 "i -nl sir,,! ,,,„! st.
Patrick1! avenue, and will
''"'lui tfitt Ins family ,t
once. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Opening Services
The opening services in eon*
liectimi with tin new Methodist
church, comer St. George uid
fith street, were held on Sunday
morning, afternoon and evening,
The dedicatory lervice was held
in the morning under the guid-
.•nue iii Rev, Ebenezer Robson,
D.I). The sermon .it the morning and at the evening service
was preached by Rev, \\. J,
Sipprell, B.A., I'.I)., principal
of Columbian College, New
Westminster. Thc morniug
theiiit u.is "Christ in the Treas
un " .mil constituted a muster
llll pics tO I1HII nl (uiu   nl ill.II
-a 1> I  .nnl nl  hii.iiiu.il iiii Ull,  a
mid tlnir in,mt  activities   ainl
um st im ms, tu invest a portion
■ii Kast .a their energies .nnl ol
their tnooej in building up the
manhood ol tin ii limes, as will
as in ihe promotion ol commercial an'i "'im  projects.    Tlu'
evening theiue ttas "The Church
nf Christ, lln .Message ami Iln
Mission."  in eloquent language
■ad i-i sK.11 and forceful terms
Hi. Sipprell unfolded  iln* virions |ili,is<--s ul In.s subject   in  a
manner whnh elicited   eipres
lions ol approval imm his near
ers and carried conviction   to
their minds,   The lugs congregations tnre intensely Interested throughout both discourse!,
and tun imt slow to appreciate
tilt  lait llial ihev Were enjoying
tin- privilege ol listening tu one
ol the foremost pulpit ipcaki
of th*e wesl
Tin afternoon mi tin was well
ittended and thoroughly en|aat
^      Ra»,  E.  tl. Stapkford,
B.A., pastor ol Cairvka Meth
odist church,  Vancouver, delivered a seriiion ol ., helpful   de*
votiim.il characla marked l.\ a
depth oi earaestness and rinceri
ty that stirred the emotions of
his hearers.
The spatiuiis auditorium
the church, with its
■i|'l"nntmeiit.s, called forth unl
pective provincial premiers,with appointed govcrnineiit agent,
a view to the early adoption of etc., at Kamloops; Ed. Fisher
the scheme, by the educational is appointed mininj,' recorder for
departments, clearly Bets forth Kamloops; P, A. Goepclof Nel-
the purpose and lhe conditions son is appointed inspector of
of the trust and disposes of the machinery; Thos. Loith of Van-
mistaken position that it con- couver is appointed an itispec-
templatea a system of compalr tor of schools; John H. McMul-
lory military training through- Un hj appointed government a-
uiit the .schools ol the dominion -rat at Prince Kupert.
Tin purpose nl the trust Is two- New companies are incorpor-
lulil, lirst to improve the physi- ated as follows: British Col-
cul aud the intellectual i.ipabili- umbia & Saskatchewan Invesl-
ties oi ilie children and to in- ment Co., Ltd., capital $250,-
niliate habits ol alertness, or- 000; Uimhy Saw Mill Co.,1,1(1.,
iiiiluicss ami prompt obedience, capital list*100! Kernaahaa Lum-
and second to foster s spirit of bet Co., Ltd,, capital £25,0001
patriotism, by giving all boys Fraser Kiver lirick & Tile Co.,
an opportunity ol acquiring .1
l.iu acquaintance with military
drill ami rifle shooting, With
regard to the latter, n is stipulated onl) that iln- tiliiiaii'iiial
departments shall encourage it,
having the decision optional on ial  5
ilu* pari ol the parents
The specific conditions attached to the trust liv l.ord .strath
ion,1 are as follows;
i a a Physical training to form
an integral part of Ule aunicu-
I11111 in everv sihool, or public
educational establishment main*
tained mainly out of public
lunils, at whuh a teacher holding a certificate other than that
oi the lowest glade is liiiplo-cd
in   a, certificate of ability to cubic le,et per
Instruct in physical training lo Campbell river;
capital S.S0!00'1; Tbe North Vancouver Masonic Tenip.i' Association, capital $35,000; Hale
Bros, tl Kennedy, Ltd., capital
130,000; Nanaimo Herring Canning 0 Packing Co , Ltd., capi-
$50,000; Queen Charlotte
Whaling Co.,Ltd., capital $275,-
0110, lv \V. MacLean, Ltd., capital $100,000.
Extra-provincial   companies
an- licensed as follows; Silver-
ton Mines, Ltd., ol Londou,England, capital £20.000; Western
Canada Trust Ltd., of London,
England, capitfc) £200,000.
Applications for water records
are ga/.etted as follows:    J, 11.
Latrcttiouillc ol Kamloops,   20
second  out   of
Vancouver Pow-
Good
News
lorn, part ol everv teacher's M> er Co., Ltd., 1000 cubic feet per
tilnate, other than those oi the second out of Statloo lake,
lowest   g'ade,   granted   In   1 hi  (Chehalis lake) also 5000 cubic
Education   Department oi the net per second out of the same
*** Province, stream;  Douglas   Lake   Cattlo
ci The Education Degart* Co., Ltd., 25 cubic feet per see-
to undertake lo encourage the ond out of Tok Kos Special
formation oi cadet corps, in- lake, 2y cubic feet per second
1 linliiig the practice of rillt-out ol Pikes Creek, 14 cubic feet
shooting under suitahle eondi- per second out of Pall Creek, 7
tioiis b\ the older boys, in all cubic feet per second out of
educational establishments un- Quilchena creek, seven cubic feet
der its control. per  second  out  of  Fish   Laky
uli     The system ol   physical creek,  15 cubic feet per secirnd
training ll) hi that in lorce  in out ol Chapperon creek.
the elementary public schools in |   (1, Martin, W. Shannon   and
1 Greal  Britain  (arhkh uSI been ,T. I). Mathers ol Vancouver ap
i' recently revised In *Am   of the ply to form a company lo con-
lahsi developments in Sweden, itxuct a line of railway from the
warn^expressions oLcommenda- SwiUerland   and   other   coun- head  of Klu.Ue  Inlet  to tha
• "" l;l,r,u,","1' WH °"'s"1- tries,) willi smh modifications mouth of Khutxe river.
wa a credit alike to tha denom- ,\Kt,m u _t [__ amditioi.s       	
'":,""" ;l,"11u' -• «?ty. o, ,,„v Province may show to	
"". ,l"1"1' "-"""ng. as  ih,* ,,, u,c,ssarv. CONGRATULATIONS
social entertainment on Moaday    (e)    The  Kdiua..0.1 Depart- 	
« uriiiiil, was mark- 11H.nl lo uadertake  to  require, The Express extends congrat-
■" -""1 withm   a  epeciOed  period,   all ulatioiis  to  Keeve  .1.   V.   Mc-
the teachers who are already*in po- Naught upon attaining the Af
""ngraiii ssession ol its certificates oilier tinction of unanimous enclonaV
\ " evi n-e inm Idi mil
BUYING THAT   PIANO,
Contracting (>r several hundred
l'i 'iim-,$375.00 to J4511 1111 nudis  J
at n Inn cm li. in Manufacturers'
Wholesale l'ikes, enahli 1 ns in
ship in
CANLOAD LOTS
.md In iln* "na-iv hamate sya'
inn," laving in us nisny dollnrs
in freights iloae, ttt art- now
telling
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M.i
Shoes
I.mln
(Tnliiii-ii s
NKXT TO RURNS' MEAT MAKKKT
5-75   taofl   I300  1315
a>  Insl* * .a |l   I   1111 .Mill
When you deal wilh us ton gel tin
H'St lll.ll    1 III    I. Via. I |1   |'| l\n i   on-
► KN in \\ 1 mi i\ ( imu. backial
l    |S rtiSI   I'K.ll UIAI   IXI'r KHNCI
ami .in ibunilsnce nl capital, tan
give.
Montelius Piano House, I
I I'll II H.i.ll.q. Hnd H,|,
1 nm iiiit i-r,       •        •        B.t
Kl
ed by tii
success wIiiili characterised
Sundav imel 1 i!t;s.   i
niisisled ,,f vlnui spinhis,   11,. t))<il) llu,sc 0[ t|H |„West grade,  turn liv the   electorate   of    the
ir-.pir.se,    tim,  im.sual   selec- tl,   (|,ui-fv   themselves   to   in- district of North Vancouver, as
""' '""' I'dlottid by light   n- sltm. _ physical training (sul.- tignififd in his retuni l.v accla-
n.Miiiinis  ,,i„|  tt,,s conducted k,i ,„ the'exemption   ol   such maiion to the reeveship for 1910
under the auspices ol the l.aihis UecheTS  as  ale  plnsicallv    nil-'	
.tnl society, ,, , ■ 1	
,, .{ able to tpialilv, nt aie nearly at ■
H. Mat extended Uu nd ..1 their term of service)'■	
1   uiiigii- N ,|u.  ,„ cviry school   there
shall   In   al   least   one   teacher
capable ol Imparting the necessarv Instruction,
ilie Militia department agrees
tn provide (adlitiea lot teachers
2 Splendid Buys
'.* mn* wnii house in I) 1..  787 f"r J6110.00.
Iai] -' cures tins.
n"a li. x 132 fl. in Mln
linundit,   Willi   ll
inaiih -11.a,.- n| Burrard In et
st 1 1 ir llus.
k iii.   I).L  7S7,  lighl 1111 ilic ciiy
11  ' 1   11 'tn 111 nlini;  view on  ihe
Only |ii50 dnwn  to
ALEXANDER SHI IK  & CO.
nmi
I.'UimIhIc
k—Office '-'I
Avci in
House
nenr
liTIV
I'n Mux 30
congratulations to
gallon upon  t|„. Ihu^Ih,,,!    ,
|ii>ri|io,t „f th,* completion   01
nea building Irom a  uvu
ih
standpoint,    Rev. a. m  Saa
11   -     IU)., pastor oi C«
,    ..      ■ " v"|- in proviae t.iciiuiis mr leacnti:
■■ enures \auioiiver. ,„„i ,h, ,„     llif   namdves in physi
h«nu«, o, tl,,- Vaacouver d.s- cd UainlnK and also in mUitan
ul
K,
and
\ lew
w ish-
sihonl  sii-
1 hm ill, , \.
goodwill ol
de nination     m.
l  a,II
irongesi
lt(. \
■ loral i'n,i
inu, together  with   kev
Millikm ni Vealtry church,
■i. I', ih its of Hoaataia
church, conveyed the good
ts li iii, Methodist church
*«•■ •' l»* Cillam pastor of
UH Sl. Andrew's I'reshtterian
ll"1"1'- iWa -IU, ami ||] (•„„
•\. Hcfiaia, Snmi.u
I'll mii ndciil of t|u't
pressiii the cordii
ilu   ■•
C   His.s. siiiciart  01 ih,   I..,
"ptii'ii    l.tagu,.   expreaatd
MS   app,,, latum    ,,,    ,|„
__** i"'" hyall ih, thu,ilns,,,
'•'"  ' l rampaiga, logethci
ulh ln ■ ii ■•' 1  that   Ihe
ft)   "I 'h*   chimhei
lltlllnl    0II1    ,,i    ;,,      ;
laCt«     Ha     li„
lIUIMIIIIIll    lol    lh,
"on nl tin  1 Hi/, 11.|i;„      K,v
11 Haidiisi.iii read „ i, ,,. I;il,n
K*v.   .!     Hagt   II,,,,p, 1,   .\| ,\
ft\  iln ,Inn, 1, ,,, s,,   ici|ln
Un   Evangelist,  thii   ity,  tt.
gretting bli Inability lo lie pi>|
miu .um roaming cordial goid
arishca upon behall oi biiiim-ll
and ins congregation,
Tin musical program was ,,..
lollows Selection, Pariah (iln
Singers -tolo, Mr-.. Prasei  solo,
Miss Uesi-11. duet, Miss,-. Vi.nd
and Carman solo, Mr   Ailliara
Hicks, solo. Mri  UcAleeci   at
lection,  Pariah   Glee   Sis
Kverv item on the program was
exi 1 Uiniii   rendered,  aad  was
thoroughly enjoyed.
The audience adjourned lo thi
■1 ' 111M '"" a, oa ihi lower
floor whin iiuiiic light refresh
meats won served by the ladies.
The spi 1 ial contributions during ilu* several opi mug meetings
amounted   lo   somewhat   nmre'
1 hall fifajo.
ary
drill, io supply arms and equipment and to pav iln specified
grants to the teachers.
II. C GAZETTE
Thiit\-light appointees arc
added to the provim ial list ol
commissioners tor taking afida-
\iis umltr lhc iliitmns act, .11
lite, inrrcnt issue oj tin Gail Itt
ilniicii Sluing oi Prince Rupert
is appointed a coroner lor Brit
iih Columbia; Jas, Bushfield,
iiiii'.n  Charmau  ami  Hiram
\\ Iward  ol   Nallailim  in  ap
pointed lence vieirers lor Nana!
nm disi mt, I-.   I   I   l'i,iise I-
District of North
Vancouver
To the Electon
of Ward Two:
In response to thc request
ol a large number ol influential
electors of Ward Two, that I
allow my name to be placed
in nomination for election as
Councillor, loi the year 1910,
I tan this opportunity of announcing that I have decided
lo accede to their request and
to respcctlully solicit your vote
and influence in my behalf.
Yours respectfully,
PETER WESTOVER
PwKfc
Sometimes saves the timepiece
if there is anything wrong with your
clock or watch. Bring it to us at
once. Our expert will make it
right again il it can be done by
human skill.
All Jewellery carefully
repaired.
GRASSlE&Co.
118 Cambie .Street
North Vancouver Woodyard
Wc supply ■*
raqoirad, $2.
attendi'il to.
TOVK WOOD in any length
r*"i per load. Orders promptly
Hive us a trial.
OH ICE AND YARD:
Cor. Second St. & St. Patrick's Ave.
P. 0. Box 136
Till', BTIATHCONA  TRV91
\    miliar lett«   i..'inland Iorwarded i" thi
Furniture
TO sn 1 nil'. WANTS UP
EVERYBODY
I iiMSJBl
CARPE1   SQIARFS
50MB CHOK I. IAITKI Ns
III   It, '!.  I IK (  II     lllal   I'rftll
shades
I
' |0 .V 1 5*511
SO l B
PRCTCY
All new houses should he piped lor gas in oidcr to save the
heavy expenditure lor this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HKAT &
POWKR CO., I.lMri'Kl),
Lonsdale Ave.
Cars, leave Lonsdale Avenue,
Keith Road, and Uueentbury
Avenue Terminals as lollows
•6,oj a.m.
•6.30   "
•7.00   "
•735   "
S.05   "
8-35  "
9.00  •'
9»5 "
943 "
10.J3  "
10.33  "
Alter which cars leave si'fva
minutes to the hour aad Iwen-
Ity-five minutes alter 11.« hour
until midnight.
For Grouse Mountain take the Lonsdale  Avenue car.     For
Lynn Valley take the (Jucenshury Avenue car.     For Capilano
take the Keith Road car.
Cars leave  lerry  landing lor
all points  as (ollows:
•1S.15 a.m.
•6-45   "
•7.*-   "
7-50   "
8.ao  "
850  "
9.20  "
9-45  "
Altel which cars leave at len
minutes past the hour and twenty minutes  to  the  hour  until
midnight.
• Not on Sunday.
♦♦♦•>•>«♦♦♦♦♦«•>«
II
NEW IH'.SIGNS IN
PARLOR   PIECES
M arris Chairs
Prom J'j.oo to J18.00
Sll If OR YOUR fROCKIRY WANTS
i.l
14    nnd   id    Lnnida-ala-    A a a..
BARGAINS
An acre, near Lonsdale Ave, on a good road, uA I,
Hlock li, Districi Lot 2026. Por 1 loti dayi only
Choice Lot on 5th Street.
I a,i !i, Hlock 20, I>. L2tl
While it liiftH
$600 cash
$750
$2IOiM) citsli, balance eight quarterly jiayini'iit
Martinson & Co.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
MiRTH VANCOUVER, n.c.
Piii'ic /-,■ 1' o Bis fl
fa****** THE EXPRESS, NORTH YANCOUVER, B. C.
MINERALS OF CANADA
A descriptive sketch oi the
geology and economic minerals
of Canada, by G. A. Voung, is
one of the latest publications by
the department ol mines.
The book is copiously illustrated by means ot photographic views and is accompanied by
maps specially designed to elucidate the text, ihe descriptive matter consists of an exhaustive discussion of the conditions obtaining in the various
geological provinces into which
the dominion is naturally divided, covering the entire area Irom
Ungava on the east to Vancou.
ver Island on the wesl,and Irom
Hudson's Bay and Uie Yukon
on the north to the 441I1 paral-
l.'l on lhe south. The geological sruvey ol Canada, under Sli
Wm. Logan, which coiinned its
operations lo tha soullielii pjr-
tlons of Ontario and 'Jueliee, ls
staled to have comiiieiii:*.-.! in
1843. Since that time • he a ork
has gradually widem-1 until nt
present it embraces the entire
northern hall of thc lunlineni
ol America. Much oi the work
has as yet been ol an exploratory character so thai a larg-
part ol Canada may siill be
said to be practically unexplored. Nevertheless, sufficient ba::
been done to make kiuwii its
chief geological leatures; also Ul
roughly indicate the mineral
bearing territories; to pres.'ge
the nature of the mineral resources of each, and to demonstrate that Canada is destined
to become one ol the great mining countries ol the world. The
amount oi mineral bearing ler-
ritory still awaiting the prospector in Canada, is the greatest that now remains anywhere
on the globe.
The total production ol minerals in Canada lor the past   23
years amounts 10 ^^26,516.579.
i'he  production   lor   the    year
lyuN was over JiK;,000,000.
Notwithstanding the lact that
the mining industries ol Canada
have only just begun, the dominion   already   ranks   well   a-
nioiig  the  miners!  producing
countries of the world.
According to statistics of the
world's production for 1407,
Canada ranked lirst i-n Asbestos
and Nickel, third in chroniite,
fourth in silver, seventh in copper, eighth in gold, and tenth
in coal.
Wurk liuirintonl.    Urop a postal ami
I'll call.
lull
lllll   R. HARDMAN
3 Ktini Block
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hall
$24,426,500, as against JJ.VV
277 in 1908.
The aggregate of Hritish Columbia mineral'pialiictioti for
thc past 11 years is sluwi. to
be $350,000,000, made tip as
follows: Gold 5126,317,000, silver 113,398,000; copper ,"-55,242,-
000; other metals $99! 000; coke
and coal 51112,782,01 o, building
materials $9,"93iO ■".
B.C. MINERAL PRODUCTION
In an excellent special number ol thirty-two pages describing the resources oi the Kooteii-
ays, the Nelson daily News
gives the following statistics
with reference to thc lni.icral
production of the pciv-ncc lor
1904. The statistics art. compiled by Mr. M. Jacobs ol Victoria who is well ijuilii'ed to
write with authority upon tho
subject, and a(e as iollows:
Placer gold 30,00,) lit,, v-.'.ue
J*kh),(joo; lode gold 230,("'" ttt.,
value $5,167,500. Tot.,1 value
$5,767,500. Silver 3,(hhi..)i)o ut..
value >1,470,000. Lead 41.,inXy
000 lb, value $i,7iS,i,iKi. Copper 41,000,000 II., value jj its'),-
000. Zinc 270,000 At, v.due
$500,000. Total incUiii output $14,774.51*1' ^oal 1,91",-
000 tons, value $6,79(1,(100. Coke
277,000 tons, value $1,662,000.
Building ...aterials, etc., $1,200-
000.    Total value ol production
GOVERNMENT   MAIL
Some idea of the volume of
business done daily through the
mails at the provincial government builflings in Victoria,may
be gathered from the lollowing
information, given by the Victoria Times:
In the basement ol the provincial parliament buildings ,1 very
complete little post ollice has
been titled up ior the belter
handling of the mail that is intended for the buildings. That
there is a ncccssiiv for it is
shown by the lact that in one
day of last week 1,900 letters
were received and dispatched at
the buildings, and 400 pounds b)
parcel post, in the pasl 11 pan
of the room occupied by the
bureau ol information has bun
used, but the work has been tlil-
licult to carry out there. The
new room specially set apart m
the basement will be of the
greatest convciiiciiie. Then are
all the facilities for sorting llie
mail with a large number of
drawers so that letters may W
obtained by tlic holders ol these
drawers out ol regular hours.
GROCERIES
PROVISIONS
BOOTS AND SHOES
CENTS' fUrNisHiNos
Our aim is to give satisfaction
to our customers.
Our delivery goes to all parts of
the city. If you have no telephone leave your name and
our delivery will call.
DODDS £>
TYSON
Ti !• ph ine 41
Cor. 8th St. and Lonsdale
Save your Pi.ir.o by having
an Expert  do your Tuning
T. BBADLLYTAYLOR
260   Second   St.,  West
II MII K,N I OK I ll,in Sll AMI K
TENDERS are invited by tht
North Vancouver City leniis
Ltd., for the construction of n
double end steel ferry s,-Miner,
165 feet in length, with 29 foot
beam.
For further particulars apply-
to the subscriber, tvitli whom
tenders must be lodged belore
12 o'clock noon ol the Mth day
of January, 1910. The lowest
or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
All envelopes shall bc addressed to the secretary ol the company and marked, "Tender for
Ferry Steamir."
H. E. KEMP,
Secretary-
Vancouver, B. C, Dec. 15, 1909
J. Ili-tly
VI
PHOSE R90
Great Sale
of
Wallpaper
Prices cut in half
to make room for
new stock.
Come  Early   and
get lirst choice.
Iimi*-'   l'ainline,      <■ ssinf,
Pap 1 Hinging, KiUoniining
I ia 1 orating, 111
Have Ion Seen Tli,...?
II not, you really oii|(lit
The ;'G;; Brand
Grained Clogs
Tliii'k Kelt-Lined, Warm, Co-jr
anil Dry.     Men'i or Women's
The ;'G" Brand Clogs in
known in almost every hamlet
ol tlie Old Country.
Thousands of Testimonials.
Farmer., Renchere, Fruitgruweri,
MolormeD, Driven, Ferrymen, Hull*
'In.. Hiililit-ra. Lumbermen end tll
mil.nl. worker, .ing llieir prat.ee.
Thl. n whal w..|i-t dell;: "Re.
reived clof. i*l,-ly. They ere eery
w.rm .ud ciimlorleble, Shouliln I
like to be without them in winter
Have worn them now (or two -re.re"
Yunr.,   M. A. WALL
(Store, supplied Id doico pair lutl)
AUKN'T
W. J. B\RIR\H
WWflth At*., Wen,
VancouTer
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIPBUILDERS,
ENGINEERS &
Boilermakers.    .   .
Marine   ami   Stalionaiy   Ell-
gine and Boiler Work promptly executed.
Telephone 103
North Vancouver
Wood for Sale
Also   (ii'in rail   i'ii tl
K\< ,ii,iim*.', Gmlli
r r, hav,
'nosed 14th l
Limited
Laje dipLocK-WriHct
I!. lilt (MM 111 I
ft!f i unit
MriimlrtiTiirt-r of
•UklmlK ol KtMtafl nnd  Antlqu-*  Furumitv,
Store, Office, Hank mul iur Future*.   Ki'i'iir
1 iik In "II iti branehei.
Picture Framing      Furniture Storage.
173 THIRD STREET, W.
MAIL oitliKRs (Wen prompt mention
Builders and
Contractors
P. LARSON is   prepared to
supply
Lime, Brick,
Sand, Cement
And all kinds of Building
Material in quantities to suit
and at reasonable priCCI
 API'I.Y—
hotel north vancouverI
TEI.EI'IIONK Ne. 2.
Wi.-!'. to inform their cos
tonHTs thai tin j in ' '■ ■
a dry-kiln and will be in 1
position tn itipplj
Kiln Dried
Lumber
of all kinds within two weeks
SEYMOIR LIMBER
CO., LTD.
Pt>«-eM
17th Street, Norlh \iincou-rr
PIONEER BAKERY
WALKER A  MMM, Proprietors
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
Try our XXX Brown Bread. Daily delivery to ill parts of citv
Phone 8 and 54
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & 8th St.
Nl.tt  \\ ESTMINSTER   LAND
DISTRICT
District nl New Westminster
TAKK NOTICE thai l,An|ni Alex-
mulir Crnvi.tiiii. ,,f Vaiiiaaiiivi r B, 0 ,m-
1 cii|iaitii>ii, lirokrr.   Inl,*n,|. to *n*■'
|»Tiniimi'iii tonucblM lln- I'iii"" un; ale
scribed luml :—
j   t'niiinieiii'iii'i it n |*ii.-! |ilniiti"!
mn' nml iiih-IihII imi* ■ m-t ill  Porpol***
i Bat, lli.-iiri' >MI l-.rtvi-lmin-.    1
l-'llllll  UlClll'   I'llllil*-.    III. HU    a ,!-!     la.rlf
rliHin.. tliciirp nnrlh twenty nbsfofl In
|ii'int    nl   I'l'iniin iiiviin nt,   nniimiiiiii:
lik-lily urn. mon ur li-M.
\Ni.l * .11.1 \ \\I>KK CBOWtTOl
Tttflilli \..t,mlirr, Ml l'>--5
TO THE ELECTORS OF WARD I
District of North Vancouver:
Being a Candidate lor Representative lor Ward
I. on the District Council, I would respectfully solicit your vote and influence.
I would favor a vigorous policy in regard
to the Second Narrows Bridge, road building, tram
extensions, attraction of tourists and scttKrs, mul
would lavor the encouragement of any sound schema
for thc commercial or olher development ol the District ol North Vancouver.
Yours respectfully,
JACK LOUTET,
Polling takes place on Saturday, the I jth
inst , between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., at
Thc   I.ynn   Valley   Institute   Hsll,   mv   office,
corner of I.onsdale and Queen street and at Hollyburn, West Capilano.
COAL
NKW WEU4N0T0H 1
iliriTt (rum Iht' niine..
I'lme 1 uur onlrr. mite ni<!
..run* 1.mr -rioter's inpply
Large shipments tvill nrrin
in it (ft- il.iii..   I'm* 1
Latt*   .iii.|iii* ui   Wuuii
almi. 011 Iiiiiii!    ....
P.    LARSON
Hotel North Vancouver
Telephone  Nn. _\
M. E. kid (jl M
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork.
All Work Guarante.-l.
Ooraw I iiif.'iiili St, ind Mtlia.n A»o.
New Meat Market
EIGHTH  STREET  AND  LONSDALE AVENUE
NORTH  VANCOUVER
C. R. HICKMAN begs to announce that he has opened a meat market in connection with his Grocery
business at Lonsdale Ave. and 8th St., and is prepared to supply all lines of meats carried by
first-class meat shops, at inside prices Prompt Delivery
Phone   40
C.  R.  HICKMAN
llll   Lonsdale THR EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
Noun Vt\, owes, H C
H.lTk" .IK SnwHIITIOS I
I'll).- vear fl.00
six monthi  •       •       •      M
li I'lari*.   11*11,lh-     - - .23
inii'il siniia- uml l*.arii^ii,fl.Ml|ii'ryi-»r
pointecs ol the district. These
assets are composed in part of
600 acres of North Vancouver
property, lying between the
mouth of Lynn creek and Deep
Cove, having a waterlrontage ol
Sooolect and valued al >3bo,ooo.
The company likewise asks
thai thirty acres ol Us laud be
exempt  from   taxaiion  lor  a
AliVKKTISIN'i.   BATES
Thansikst   Hi-.ri.At   iovtlTnilUWTI—
.VIrenin par inch i-aiali iii-i*rliiiii.
Lodob Notiors, Etc.-I1.UUperinc-li per!n^iod of teu years.
uiiiiiiil. !r ..
I ami--„ 1, H.N.n-.iis 80 day.,«     st lunher consideration
iiti il.u i, I7.HJ
lor
the graatiag ol its requests, the
LsouADTMTniHo-Finl i,i-.*rii„n, in ;.ullipau.. un,, l0 ca*a build-
ci-nlii pa-r Una , eueli >iili-i*i|iia*n| iimer* '     •      D
tion, Se. par line ingl and   lo   nislal  plaul,    to
Rk.m.im. Nmi.ks in i.m 11. Kiwi Cot. u);>, al itast. the sum ol M00.000
DNIII— llll'l-lltH pi'rlill.'.eill'll illHerlillll. ,      , .
Osamci  Ai'tii,. nm   Ratal tr- -o"1 "»* Mxl> P« «"■ «  lllu
runueil ii.,'i.nliii|i i.ii.p:ii*ii laden. cost ol  lllis shall  he paid   out
Alii'liaii.a.aine.Miinieni.lo.n.s,*,,,,.,,!. ul  ll,c >*■»■«« raised llolli   till*
mini  In* in ilie ImmI.nl 1 In-primer In   ^t   ul    Ule   dehillluies,    upull
SVe.ln, .alan et, iilliL'liii'll-lir.  pillilli'.llli II
ill III,* U«lI   *--iu
tt.11 i.inls lssuetl by the district;
lo giant the reeve ol Uio district a place oil lllc board ol directors ol the company   iiuruij;
"            ~~~~~ the icrm ol the district's raar-
Nor 1 h Vancouvss    ts   u,   mio ,      , 1    ,
 '        *     y     an tee aiid lo deed lo llio dislriel
a strip ol  land   too led  wide,
Speciasfor   THS WEEK
Homesites Inside City Limits
Kaiy termi, frnni 12.111    Theie are 60-foot lot! and can be had on imal! cash
payment and $26 quarterly pajrmnti.
West Capilano
a4-acre  Lot  on  Keilh  Road,  facing hay   Price only ffiSO.
ELDER MURRAY CO.
I'limit- 37 Sorlli VMinunrr
Plinii. 3(9*1 Vnu'imver
lllln-e Houn ll a.m. to 5.30 p.m.    Opt-n KvniiiiR- bv appoiutnieut
titer iillli'ii linlirr. phone 1,11'.'
IlISTRICT-COMi'ANY
AGREEMENT
The proposed .igreeiiunt between the district maakipality
and   the   Imperial   Car,   Ship-
Millinery & Eancy Goods-January Sale
Hut-, toaslsl. |M0, fl BO, 11.71, H 50
.La- and -lllc Kihboni, the per yard.
Ue ami -Wc VeUiass, -''r't' per raid
7(0 and ai.OU Hatpin, (or 50c, Ne, 10c
Haliy BonneU, Special, the and 50c
Special Cushion Topi, 25c, .15c and SOo
* " "      Cords, 85c, 75c
tt fall Ml ,in.*i. «|l*l.*li:i.*.*»     Afflv .1 -Inn*
Miss  CURLE,  215 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver.
Sherwin-Wil/iamt    Paintt    Ceter   thl    Earth
■>**"*~*a.Ma.M***a*a,*N"aaX~X~>-M^
THE LOSSDALE PII ARM AC)
SELLS DRUGS AXD MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   PRICES ....
TRADE AT HOME
through lhc enure length ol lis
lands, near Uie shore line, lor
railway aud trallic purposes.
As a business proposition,anyone who reads tlu- agre-cincim
'(to be lound elsewhere in   this
building  ,\  Dry Dock Corpora- issue] carelully, cannol bul con-
tion, upon which the ratipayers elude  that  in  loriuulaiing   lis
will be willed upon to vote to- terms, the interests oi the dis-
liioiToii,   marks an exceedingly _\g\ fan been well cared  lor,
important juncture in  the de- and that if the municipality ui
velopnieiit and the progress   ol lends lo grant any concessions
the nortk shore,     lhe  manner lo industries, lor the purposed
in   whkh   iuportaat   industries inducing them   lo   locate   upon
are turning their atteatioa   to the north shore, here is a  pro-
ihe norlli shore and are either position thai should nieot  with
alu,ui\    locating   here   or   are their lavorable consideration.
taking   actifS  slips  to  ensure:   _ addition lo thc lact   thai
thcm.sci-cs  suitable sites, with (fa, ,*.nus 0f _,„ agreement aru
a view lo locating heie, imuiedi- ol au advauiageous nature Irom
.itch upon the providing ol rail- ._ busllU;!iS p0,ul 0J vlcW)   u ls =====
way facilities, not only  estab- likewise known that thc person- Vancouver one ot the largest in- \,_,  TilOMAS
lishes   Iny,-ml  controversy   the L* o)■ lhe compaii) includes scv- dustrial institutions on the I'a-' CARPENTER
lact lhat all that has been said1 (,rai   0j   tile   largtsl   proptrti  cilic coast- KSTIMATKmJIVKN
so lrequeiiily wiih itkreme   to 0VViierb in  thc  district    whose    There are those who object to ,   KK.'AIKS 1-R0M1TLY ATTEvnKD
names are ol themselves as-air- the  principal ol municipal   aid 11' 0. Boi Itj K,-i. 151 ind-i.K
anco of  thc mosl satisfactory to industrial corporations, and,=
nature, lo the ellect   that   the to such, the terms of the agree
enlirc transaction is bona tide,   ment,    however   advantageous
  , thev might be, would not   ap
Tho knelits  to  accrue  from      J ™*        ' . '
,,. , ,       .   , peal.    But to those who believe
the establishing ol an industry r *,*.•*.
b . , that thc principle in itself is ,i
ol such   proportions  upon   the ... ,•   .;
,    , rood one, when its application
nortli shore, arc so apparent to "
GIVE
NEXT
US A   TRIAL
ORDER.
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P.
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There's a lot of tools nnd other articles made to SELL—and that's all!
There are Tools and other things
made to sell and give satisfaction by
their wearing qualities, and that is
the only kind we care to handle. If
you buy your hardware here you can
have full confidence in its durability,
and upon it alwnys giving yuu satisfactory service.
Paine  ® McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
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Sheratn-Williamt   Paintt   Cottr   thi    Earth
thc great value ol ihe watcrlroni on the north shore ot burrard inlet, lor commercial and
uuiusir.al purposes, is sound m
Ulcon, but also, all-ant shows
these, statements in pioccss oi
Uaiisioiillation Irom iheoiy to
actuality.
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council with
approaching   the   dlstricl U  lhal k would be altogether
'  a Vlew lu ***** supcrlluous to attempt any enu-
is properlv safeguarded (and
the mass of the ratepayers will
doubtless be found in this cate-
into an ..gicmcnt to tlu.r in,- i<m of ltal,     It is ^
tuai  advantage,   the   imperial h ._ nole lk fact that k'»ry), the proposition will com-
v-ar,   hhipbuiliniii; \ Urv Dock   ■ i     r lui 'm,lul ,tsc"   as   onc  concerning
the scale of operations which is wUd> ^ )ina, condusloni (rolll
contemplated by the  company, carc(ui consideration ol all   its
represents a plan, which when phases, must be decidedly favor-
s-orporalioii, is u.e pioneer as
ior nu- district, maiKiiig the ln-
BeDUoa ol a movament ot vast
possum mes as to industrial development and as to ihe creation oi a greal wealth producing centre, whose extensive and
varied lactones and plants, as
well a.s wharves, will hue the
inu.i littoral Irom Deep Love
to 1-irsi .Narrows and pioOubly
lie) ond.
lhe basis upon which thc present company approaches the
district, is one it Inch will commend iiscll as sound and BCCUM
as lo Us liliancial aspcils. Uu
compaaj proposes lo carr) om
certain projects ior wincli purpose it dcsiics lo lloai debentures lor a spumed amount ami
it asks Uic dislriel io lend as-
sisiancc by guaranteeing tin in
teresl on ihese dibiuluies lot
certain coiisulorations aim upon
ccriailii seeunly.
The vital question lor lhc
ratepayers in this conncciion is,
"Ale these considciallons good
and is the security ample'
To bt spculic, the .minimi lor
whuh the debentures arc to be
floated is 1)00,000, the interest
upi/n which will be >10,000 ptl
anniiin. lhe term lor whuh
tlie dsbsfltares are to bl written
is 15 years. Tin (Icbc-utuies
thcmsihes are to bo guaranteed
ii\ a guarantee insurauce eom-
I'.ii'a'* aiid it should be clearly
noted lhat the district l.s asked
to guarantee only the interest,
namely }io,ooo por annum. As
security ior this amount the
.ompany agrees to deposit with
trustees, to be named by the
district,assels reasonably worth
mon,ooo, according to a valuation to be arrived   at   by   ap-
developed  will   give  to   North able.
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M MttC   I   Hulirr and V   tt   i MtfWl
I*- p.itiiin-tii. and ti-rmsasfollowa:
k i -.- ifcHt'i-n UM pn ...uiiih.
PftpaMtnn BJIpf mntnh
A'lv  iti-t-it, |B 00 t»i 910 tm |H-r  nli
For p.n<|»rtii*(tt<>., apply to PO. bnillA, or
■ i llie -. inui cor, U-Dstlaie  Avr. ami ITih 8t
SEE US FOR
SASH  DOORS  MOULDINGS  BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,  ETC, ETC.
IHIRKARD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
M ,' hMI ai Iruil I'iii mi ymir Order, mimll ur lirgf
iiura   Contractor
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DISTRICT OF  NORTH  VANCOUVER
Municipal Elections, Saturday, Jan. 15,1910.   Polling Houri: 9 am to 5 p.m.
THE LYNN VALLEY (WARD 2)
RATEPAYERS   ASSOCIATION
In thc intm-sls ol DKYKI.orMENT and I'ROC.RKSS, rumestsyour vote
as lollows:
FOR COUNCILLORS:
T. A. ALLAN and P. WESTOVER
SCHOOL TRUSTEES:
JOHN NEAT and HARRY THOMPSON
Everyone interested   should  vote.
f INU THE AREA
Of This Piece of Lnd
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And receive absol'ilely Free a piece of the same irea iniide the City limits.
Before starting to solve   lie above -.lml- the fallowing:
44 by 132 feet corner on Lonsdale, $500
100 x 132 feet comer on King, $800
JACK LOUTET
213 Lnnmlulo Ave, I'h-vi,. 47.
Brmi'li, I'ur.i r OuSHI mnl l."iii-ilale. T.'lf|'hiiiii' M?
North Vancouver fecials
QuHcns>inrt H.-iuht.-bit Nllltf. rlrtreil ami larinit Inlei. The lot
1. Iliuli mnl i-iuiiiiuiid- 111.il ■ f the rlne.t vnm in Nurth Vanoouver.
W0(l    One-quarter ea.ii, halanre A, 12 tnd 18.
Corner Lot, Clrw tu Uni-dale, WllttS, only |S&0.    $120ca»h, l*lam-e
6, 12 anil IN.
Filth Street, clone to Lonidale Avenue, good ISO-It. lot, 11060.    |A60
culi, balance fl anil 12.  Thii ii a money maker.
C. E. Lawson
Real Eatite Specialist        15 Lonsdale Ave.
Phone 70
N, V. Ilorticu tura Society
Engagements, season 1909-1910
Jan. 7th, 1910—Dance.    N. V. Fire Brigade
"   1 aih—Annual Meeting Horticultural Society
"   14th -Dance.    Mi-rry Widow flub
"   mt-Dance.   N. V. Dramatic Club
"   25th—Hum's Supper.   St Andrewj 4 Caledonian
Society
"   ahth-Dance.    Merry Widow Club
Feb. nth-Dance.   Merry Widow Club
"   25th—Dance.    Merry Widow Club
Mar. 1 uh—Dance.   Merry Widow Club
1    35th—Dance.    Merry Widow Club
Or lo C. F. JACKSON, 13th Street.
b. TYLER, ftecretftni,
FAIRVIEW ESQUMALr GREENHOUSES
a la*.I. I'.I
CIT FLOWERS
ii town at loweit pricei.     Give ui a trial (or
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
607 II.inII.iiis .St., W.
Vancouver, ll.C
- THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
DISTRICT RATEPAYER'S   | that he would favor any sound
  'schema lor the development   ol
The annual meeting oi the the district commercially or
ratepayers of the district of otherwise, irrespective ol the
North Vancouver was held iu particular section of the district
the Municipal hall. Esplanade, which might be immediately
on Tuesday evening. Reeve lie- ibeiielited. lie was in favor ol
Naught and Councillor Allan!making reasonable concessions
were the only members of tin. jto industrial concerns which
council of last year who were in i might desire to locate in the
attendance, Of the canuidatcs I district. Ile advocated the
for the ensuing year there were I building of a new municipal
present Messrs. E. H, Bridgiuau hall, ol suitable proportions in
J. Lawson, J. Loutet   and  P,
Westovjer.
Reeve McNaught was appointed to the chair, ln printed
lorm the annual linancial .epji'l
was submitted to the meeting,
a desirable location, Ile would
stand lor the building ol roads
throughout the district, not) lor
exploiting .schemes ol subdivision, but lor thc beiielit ot bona
fide settlers,    lie lavored a viji
attached lo which was a report'orous policy with regard to in
descriptive ol the progress that Second Narrows bnugc, tram
had been made in municipil extensions and providing alirac
matiters during the year. Reeve tious lor tourists and settlers,
McNaught enlarged upon the as well as in all matters ol a
salient natures ol the report as general character pertaining to
submitted and passed on to the the progress of the district,
by-law which is now before the j Mr t, \\,slov,ri candidate
ratepayers to sanction the a- for councillor ior Ward 11,
greement with the Imperial Cur create(1 somc exeittmeiit bv cn-
-shipbuilding & Dry Dock Cor- ,tcn upon au adversc criucisni
poration. He emphasized thc of J, doings of last year>s
great importance of securing councll in cerUill maUl;rs. He
the establishment of industry had beeu „ member ol the coun-
within the bounds of the -lis- cil for ._ purtl0„ 0f that term,
trict. Referring to bridge and but had _m compelled to re-
railway construction, lie declur- \_L_ becauso of extended absence
ed that he expected io see this in the easl Ur_ \vcstover ad-
problem solved during the com- |vanced lhe following queries:
mg summer. The proposed ;why had Ull, Kreda-K.k road lo-
tuunel would be a matter lor !cal improvement petition not
later consideration, but would \bfX_ conipiicd with.-1 Why had
doubtless become an accom-1 Lynn Vancy traii not been
plished fact in the course of *widcned b expropriation or
time, when North Vancouver otherwise? Why had Hollyburn
would be as closely linked with ]xaxl tosl nt;arly *f50oo1instea-i
Vancouver physically as are the U jI200 as estimated? He ex-
outlying sections ot that city jpresscd thl. opinion that too
themselves. He painted IL^ s(K,m.y aUached to the
glowing picture ol the luture proceedings of the council, and
progress  ol  North   Vancouver, in Iavor of the publication
venturing   to   prophesy     that I oJ [ullt;r rt.porls of comu.;i pro.
John Lawson re-
Mr.
llul-
i-cedings.   Mr.
within  lifteen years  the north
shore would have a population |5JJf^the aspersion's" oi  J
oi forty or fifty thousand,   llie f^oeei with reference to H
excellent climate which our
southern slope afiords, was next
dilated upon and waa declared
to be so desirable that if properly exploited, this leature
would render this section a rival ol California itself. The
reeve   then  proceeded   to  place
lvburn wharf, and a soimwh.it
warm argument was precipitated.
Keeve McNaught briellv relerred to the remarks ol Mr.
Weslovur, insofar as they might
relied upon his administration,
saying that the fact that the
to  re-
stress upon the necessity of add-     -ft
mg to tihe natural beauties  ol        1 g£        acclamation,
,the district by artilicial  means
to make theni more readily accessible and even yet more   at
tractive.
ll   even    ill   aiav/av     a-ai ,
In this connection he clW made'
tliuir reeve for a second  term,
was a sullicient   reply   to   tho
outlined the route ol the marine
drive Irom White Clill City on
tl.e west to Deep Cove on the
east,   preparations   lor   which
By invitation ol the chairman
John M. Duval addressed the
meeting. He criticised in some
respects thc record of lasl year's
an- now actively in hand,   and k«WMfl and dealt more parlicu-
further referred to the possibili- Jlarly with the need of the coun
■ to
ol constructing a scenic J"l taking Uie necessary steps
driveway iu Uic northern por-; provide a rural telephone a*
Hon of the district along the
foothills. The two systems
when connected, would constitute a circular driveway, unexcelled lor grandeur on the
continent, lt was only with
great eflort that the reeve was
vice. The impossibility ol arriving at a basis ol agreement
with the B. C. Telephone Cum*
p.uiv in this regard, was discussed and the opinion prevail-
t*j that it would bc necessan
that independent action bc tak-
ablc to speak, as his throat was
in bad shape Irom a severe cold,
but he was listened to with
close attention and with appreciation.
Councillor I. A. Allan was
thc next speaker. He directed
the attention ol the audience to
thc large amount of work that
bad been done during lhc past
few years throughout the district, declaring amid appl.ui.-c
that there are now 79 miles ol
road in all il thc district. Ile
briefly ouUincd hia ideas on the
important issues before the electorate, with special rciereiici
to the Second Narrows bml-i
which, in his opinion, ihe next
councii ought to vigoroitslv p, o-
secute.
Mr. E. B. Bridgman, (andi-
date lor councillor for Ward 11,
in a businesslike manner presi n-
tod his platform to the ratepayers, lie particularly einphasi/.-
ed the desirability ol doing
everything   possible
en lo provide a service.
ITEMS
Among the items ol inlurina-
tion appearing in the descriptive circular attached to the
linancial report oi the district
council for the year are the following:
Ward I, assessment lor the
year,  $1,293,10";   expenditures,
W9-*Mf«
Ward II, assessment lot the
year   J1.b31.315;    expenditures
J>53,442-5°*
lt is expeclcd that the ilullllll-
iou government will make a liberal grant toward Hull-bum
wharl.
Twelve units ol new mads
were built during the year, nine
of which were built by llit district and three by the government.
The government has pt unused
to sccuru >su,uiiu toward the marine drive
the location ol industries in the. from Uie city to While Clill City
district, and strongly iavorwi J A suitable' site for a munici-
the ratification of thc agree- ipal hall has been purchased in
ment with the Imperial Car, !1). L. 20:5, corner oi Lynn Vai-
Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Cor- jky road and Fromim iu.nl.and
poratiou. Tins was the lirst |thc erciction ol munmp.il offices
great industry to approach the'and a public hall is recommended.
Last year there were MSO
names on the voters' list ul the
district and this year there arc
4074.
The salislailory condition of
the credit oi the district la evi
district and the first one was
the most difficult to secure.
Once the first industry was established, others would follow
rapidly.
Mr. John Lawson  ol Holly-
bum,  candidate  lor  councillor
lor Vard I, complimented the Idetieed by the steady nnpiou*
reeve upon liis untiring eQort!** jiiicnt. in lhe prue procured lur
in the interests ol the district, j debentures during the yeur, as
and particularlv with   relerence lollows: 1
to tbc construction of thc mar- j   "ijo.ot-u general loun  ruuli/ed
ine   driveway.     11   elected   he ■$28,250.
woultl endeavor to devote   tho    Sivk-o water loan by-law re-
sainc earnest attention   to  thc ! aii zed J141U0.
allairs  of  the  district   as   he ljio.22o.8o Lonsdale Avenue ln.ui
would to his personal allairs.
Mr. J. Loutet, candidate  for
councillor imt Ward I, declared
realized |lo,400.
$7253.60 Centre Road loan realized 17380,
CASH ACCOUNT
ol the
Corporation of the District of North Vancouver for Year to
December 31st, 1909
RECEIPTS
Real Estate Account    J   3758 6R
Debentures for Lynn Valley Water Loan 15000 00
Accrued interest on ditto  369 86
Assessments for 1909     3663082
Assessments for 1908     6349 43
Assessments for 1907 and prior  1989 08
Road Tax Revenue     734 00
Hotel Licenses     250 00
Interest Account     552 68
Sinking Fund     494 00
Lynn Valley Water System Revenue .... 324 21
Tax Sale 1909.   Balance  3445 34
Sundry Receipts     13 43
City of North Vancouver.    Halancc .... 234" 4'
Bank of British North America  6487 28
Bank of B. N. A. (Lynn Water account) 3028 87
Government Grants for Schools  981 66
Cash due Treasurer  6 25
J103827 02
PAYMENTS
Ollue liirnisliings     175 '5
Interest Coupon, General Loan   2250 00
Sinking Fund, General Loan   297 00
Interest Lynn Valley Water Loan  150° 00
Sinking Fund, Lynn Valley Water Loan 197 °°
Paid Bills payable    ,.  12000 00
Road Tax Commissions     146 80
Elections Account      242 70
Office Rent, Light and Telephone  543 18
Clerk's Salary      1500 00
Office Assistants      1228 50
Auditors' Fees     90 00
Law- Account     223 no
Indemnities        IOJ0 mi
General Expenses      74° 74
School Account      3080 b]
Special Grants and Expenses (Schedule 1) 1511 fa
Health Account      557 90
Insurances        51 5°
Board of Works Plant  9986 95
Survey Account     233 75
Rent on Water Records  95 00
Constables and Police Court   145 95
Engineers' Salaries      2907 00
Road Foremen's Salaries      2600 00
Roads and Bridges Construction (Schedule 2)  42708 37
Lynn Valley Water Works Construction
(Schedule 3)      12187 48
Advertising and Stationery      1389 30
Delegations Expenses to Ottawa  and
Victoria        480 00
Assessment Commissioners     loo 00
(Juarry Account, Price of Lots  900 00
Tax Sale Account 1905  119 55
Tax Sale Account 1908  1493 91
Bank of B. N. A. (Lynn Valley Savings
Account)       600 00
Bank ol B.N.A. (Savings Bank, Sinking
F'und)    494 00
1103827 02
North Vancouver, B.C, IOth January, 1910.
Certified Correct, BUTTAR fit CHEINE, Auditors.
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT
DEBITS
Lvnn Vallev Water Loan Rate to Water
Account          I   1557 5o
Interest Coupons, Ginaal Loan  2250 00
Sinking Fund, General Loan  297 00
Road Tax Commissions     146 80
Election Account     242 70
Oflice Rent, Light and Phone  543 '8
Clerk's Salary      150000
Office Assistants     1228 50
Auditors' Fees     90 00
Law Account     223 00
Indemnities       1050 00
General Expenses      740 74
School Account, Cm rent Expenses  1980 67
Special Grants and Expenses  1511 62
Health Account      557 90
Insurances         5' 5°
Survev Account      233 75
Rents on Water Records     3S6 50
Advertising and Stationery  1389 3°
Constables and Polite Court Expenses . 145 95
Engineers' Salaries     2907 00
Road Foremen's Salaries   2600 00
Delegation Expenses     480 °°
Assessment Commis doners      too 00
City ol North Vamouver, deducted on
adjustment        132K 7"
Ru.uls and Bridges Construction  4'7°8 37
Balance to Balance Sheet  40232 71
Iio6453 39
ASSETS
Office Furniture      523 54
Real Batata (including Park Lands) .... 63545 34
Arrears of Taxes 1907 and prior  1612 25
Arrears of Taxes it) >8  2587 24
Arrears o| Taxes ic, 19  9290 78
School Sites and Ii iprovements   \ttyo ss
Board of Works Plunt      10R16 44
Savings Bank (Sinling Fund)  ; ,\ M
Lvnn Vallev Waterworks account 1 Schedule 4)     25M9 61
Cmarry Property      900 uo
Ji19680 57
CREDITS
Total Tax Levy for 1909    i 44364 10
Lynn Valley Water Loan Rate  1557 50
Road Tax Revenue  734 00
Hotel Licenses      250 00
Interest Account     552 68
Sundry Receipts     13 45
Government School Grants      981 66
Increased value of Real Estate  58000 00
$106453 39
LIABILITIES
Debentures, Statutory Loan     J 45000 00
Debentures, Lynn Valley Loan   30000 00
Tax Sale, Surplus 1905  (M tf)
Tax Sale, Surplus 1908  486 09
Tax Sale 1909      3445 34
Bank of B.N.A. (General Account)   14397 69
Sinking Fund  791 00
Balance Due, Lynn Vallcv Waterworks 592 12
Hunk ul IIX.A. (Special Accounts)   471 65
Balanic due Treasurer      6 25
Municipal Account:
Credit Balance from Profit and Loss
Account          40:32 71
Uss Debtor Balance at 31st
Dec., 1908          ]62o8 95
24023 76
JI 19680 57
North Vancouver B.C., January 10th. 1910.
Certified Correct
BUTTAR & CHEINE. Auditors THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
E. DOWIE
CONTRACTOR AND BOTLDE1
Plans, Specificstlons, Bstinistei
HAA1111 >WH-»4HHHsX
P. O. Boa -7. North Vancouver
To Electors of Ward 1
DISTRICT OF
NOKTIl VANCOUVEI
Vour vote sad influence  ure
kindly requested fur
W. A. THOMPSON
Residence Block 2,
Distriit l.ol B15.
Candidate tor Councilman for
Ward 1.
.1 f, II it,nl i-i.i.iyl.lr  .In-'* nl   llrnrrrir1
I'ntilt.   Vmrij 1'iiiiliielt, Flmir and Fred
WfHehlti, /'.i* . ('i-)ii m hand.
ln'liiiTy in.ii,* i.i.ll jj.ru i'lth. city
lur, ki-ili ll'iinl ami Million tunnc
Phime Sl,      Xcrtii Viin.ciuver
\\. J. BALMAIN
OIVIl.   ENC-.INKKR
1'iiiiniiiv Surveyor an.l Arrhilect
NORTH   VANl'IIUVKR.
Buy at the
\t"t\ Imliimtrr ami NAN
,   District ol New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that Elliot
A llaswcll, of Vamouver, occupation broker, intends to ap-
Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods ii
Gent's Furnishing; and Fancy Store. ;;
I Cor. 2nd and l.on-dali- Ave.'        Establi-hed 190ft Telephone SS    ..
And Save Money
Telff'li'iue I2'i
from |1.1
'2'
Apple-, pur boi
Highland   I'ota mi
Kutii-r. ik r lli
Beat Cream' r Bailer, iu ..
Cupi'Ci'il Iraiuli* rr*eii, '2)),..
Qiinkprii.il-, :' IttcklfM	
i.Iil. or Com Starch   I "
ii .i.i..Im|iii.. i iiua.
s1111 i•.*11 nr Rmal Boap, ■* ht i
Ret lh a*a|i,.l iini in- i.i Cumuli
  i parkag*
Braid'. Mm-cn and Java nr NahoL
Ciiffei-,  1 iiaaninl       3Sr
Rraid'. Kli-nd I* li.tn ind Ceylon
Teas, prr ll,
Wi* .i'il  Rl..,*  i.i*.:*.,„.  Linton,
Nabob ami Tatley'a T**m, '...Mi
Pleat) nf Kn'-li lli*a*nil».
Kreeh Ginger ina**a   : I*
i ii nty nf Inr.il an,a Imported Irath
imiile eandlif
a post planted on the northeast
corner ol Lot 1239, thence south
80 chains, thence east 40 chaius,
thence north 80 chains more or
less to shore of Horseshoe lake,
thence 40 chains more or leas in
1 a westerly direction along shore
ofS.OO oi lake to point ol commence-
'" ment.
Annual Stockta%
SALE
] [ Wc are reducing a Rreit many lines from
0 to 20 per cent. off.
I Notably DKliSS GOODS, suitable lor school wear, all wool,
',', to make room (or our Spring Stock which will be larger and
''  battel leltcttd than we have had before
V/^r^tn^^^^^^^ DRESSMAKING on the premises.
-J tltUlJX    About 320 acres, commencing at  * , M „ „ ,, ,, tm, ,„,.,,„,.,, w„,, ^ ,,„, , ,,„,„.„,„, ,M,H
Parlor
•H-H-H'H H-H'l M'l 1 1-1-H-W-l-l-W-H-l-M-H ■!■ H'I H*4
1.10
nml MM
lh        ELLIOT A. HASWELL
WM. DALZIEL DUKE,
A. l timpbill Hope, Ci., Cal
ARCHITECT
hi Street, E. nf St. Andrews
Sorth Vancouver
Offlic336 Hasttn£l St.     Vancouver
DISTRICT OF
NORTH VANCOUVER
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l.v'October 2, 1909
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PUBLIC   NOTICE  is  hereby
given to   the   Electors  of   the
Municipality of North Vancou-
=' ver, that 1 u-quire the presence
'ol thc said Blsetotl at Mr. Lou-
lOcNEW
WESTMINSTER  LAND
DISTRICT
\gent DISTRICT OF NORTH  VAN-jtct's ollice, comer ol Lonsdale
9-iq COUVER avi-nuc and yuccn street, North
Vancouver, in the said Munici-
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REVISION
:;,,-     District ol New Wesl minster
Monday, loth January, 1910
at 12 o'clock noon
for the purpose of electing per-
NOTICE is hereby _vnt mat
TAKE   NOTICE that Ernnst the  Court  ol Revision  oi   the suns to represent theni   in   the
Crocklord, of Vaniouver, occu- District Assessment Uol!    will Muna1p.1l t_ouncil as Reeve and
'•'■'"' pation cruiser, iutends to appiv meet in the  District  Municipal Councillors, and  electing   three
lor permission to purchase  the Ollice,   North   Vancouvit,    en persons to  represent  lliem   on
All kln-h of Nm- ud Table RaMni following described land: About Monday, the 7th day oi l-.bru- the Hoard of School Trustees.
ud Ftp at L".'iiil*. tiaimvii |irii*i-       400 acres.    Coinmeneing   at  a ary, 1910, tt three 0duck p.m., |   The Candidates shall hi 110111-
r'l^i,'."1!*'* ■!ai,i-'Vil,7"nr:"''""1''!'":   '-^ Post planted 20 chains east   oi when   all  complaints   a.nl   ,ip- inatcd 111  writing,  the  writing
CnaibHiMieJ''iiiil*-'T!n;]'              Ite the southeast corner ol Lot 568 peals against  assessments   wil! shall he miIimiiIuiI by two vot-
W*esell sll llano) Ireih imerrlea 11 thence west  bu  chains,  thence be considered.                              ers of the Aliinicipality as l'ro-
ri'.lii,'i-.l 1.H1".    Y .or i,„„,i*t lurk if nortli 40 chains, thence west 20 Notice of complaints a'-..!   ap- fom Mi Seconder,   and  shah
Sti^-lrn,'..'; block, i,r*„„i.,t,„! and cha'ns. **sttBt ^ulh 8o  chains- Pcals Ulust  be  8m'n  J*  s,.li- be tlcliverc.l   to  thc   Returning
\,di,a«                                        thence  east  80  chains,   thence scriber as Assessor at least, ten OAesf at any time between the
Meat! and : tl, »n I d and in ran.     north 40 chains more or less to days before the said Jatc,   am! date ol this notice and two 0-
rjIu-'i'V'i'' 'n',''!",''"" ''V \-      P°int o( commencement. such notice must set lorth  tin
^.lil":', ,|K*',I.         "          ""        ERNEST CROCKFORD ground of complaint.
Califurniat .ii. 1.1 !-ti-eOrange..                \\m DAI Z1EL DUKE Given  under  mv  hand    thi
Plenty ..:   li-vra*bnndi  .,1 Cigan,                                          I.     . v,th day of December, 1909.
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Delivery 10 nm part of ( itv.             October 4, 1909.                   9-19 ALEX. PHILIP, C.lUA
See us for
Choice Buys
IN
Ca|)ilano, Lynn Vallei), and
ler Lonsdale Acreage, also
Business, Semi-business or
Residential Property close in.
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THACKER THORNTON CO.
2nd Street near Palace Hotel
GEO. R. PIERCE, Mgr.
clock p.m., on the day of thu
nomination. And 111 the event
ol a poll being necessary, muIi
foil will be opened on
Saturday, 15th January, 1910
between the hours of Nine o'clock a.m., and Five o'clock p.
m., of the said day, at Mr.
Loutet's ollice, corner ol (Jueeti
street and Lonsdale avenue, and
at Lynn Valley Institute Hall,
and at Hollyburn, Wesl Capilano, in said Municipality, of
which every person is required
to lake notice and govern himsell accordingly.
"The quahlicahons (or Reeve
arc his being a male British
subject, and having been for the
three months next preccwlmg
ul it day of his nomination the
ngisicrcd owner in the Land
Registry Olbce of land or real
property, situate within tho
Municipality of the assessed
value on the last Municipal Assessment Roll of live hundred
dollars or more over and above
any registered judgment or
charge, and lieing otherwise
duly qualified as a voter."
The qualifications lor Councillor are his being a mala llritisli subject, and having been for
the three months next prccced-
ing the day of his nomination,
thc registered owner m the Land
Registry Oflice of land or real
property, situate within the
Municipality, ol the assessed
value on the last Municipal Assessment Roll of two hundred
and bfty dollars or more over
and above any registered judgment or charge, or being a
homesteader, lessee from the
Crown or pre-emptor who has
resided within the Municipality
for the space of one year or
more immediately prececding
the nomination, and who is assessed for five hundred dollars
or more on the last Municipal
Assessment Roll, over and
above any registered judgment
or charge, and being otherwise
qualified as a voter."
"In every Municipal Sihool
District any person being a
householder in the School District and boing a Hritish subject
of thc full age of twenty-one
years, and otherwise, quuliiu-il
to vole at an Election of School
Trustees in their District, shall
bo eligible to be elected as a
School Trustee in the Municipal
School District."
('riven under my hand, at
North Vancouver, this 28th day
ol December, 1909.
ALEX, ramp,
Returning Officer
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LAST CHANCE to purchase—at first cosf-The
remaining unsold lots in the following estates:
LOTS IN BLOCK 2:8, DISTRICT LOT 545.
bounded by Lonsdale Avenue, 23rd street,
24th street, and Chesterfield Avenue. Convenient to cariine. Prices J250 and up per
lot—easy terms.
LOTS IN D. L. 273. 6th street, 7th street and
Keith road. Convenient to cariine. Prices
J650 per lot and np—easy terms.
LOTS IN D. L. 544. "Harbor View" Tract.
(City) Prices J175 per lot and up—easy
terms.
Large list ol best buys in City and District to
choose from—some of the properties at LAST
YEAR'S PRICES.
WANTED FROM OWNERS.
Owners desiring to sell any or all of their Nortli
Vancouver properties can get qnick results by
listing exclusively with ns—if prices are right
Onr record as to reliability, accuracy, and
prompt attention to the interests of our
clients has never beea excelled and seldom
equalled.
WEST  VANCOUVER.
Acreage west of Capilano commands ready
sale at good prices, and owners can sell for
cash by listing with ns.
INTENDING PURCHASERS
can have the benefit of onr large and exclusive
list of best properties in city and district.
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Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C., Telephone 15
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BURGLARY
The city received a visit from
members of a very undesirable
section of society on Friday
nijrht last, whin theives broke
into thc premises oi the Nortli
Vancouver Hardware Company,
on the Esplanade. Access was
•rained by means ol prying the
front doors open with a jimmy.
It would appoar that the burglars committed the deed for thc
specific purpose of equipping an
arsenal on their own account,
for they passed by mnch more
valuable goods of smaller bulk,
and made straight ior the gun
rack, where they helped themselves to four shot guns and
three rilles, the largest and the
best in the stock. They then
patronized thc amunition boxes
and appropriated thc entire
stock corresponding to the 8m-
arms, alter which they took
their departure, leaving thc remaining stock, otherwise undisturbed. From thc store they
proceeded lo P. Larson's boat
house, which tliey broke into,
and stole a row boat, by means
of which they effected their getaway. The police have not yet
succeeded 111 making any arrests
although they have satisfied
themselves that the deed was
perpetrated by two members ol
the band that has been operating at Hastings. On the night
previous to the robbery, these
two men were seen by two, parties, engaged in close consultation under the trees at the eastern end of Larson's grounds and
from, photographs in possession
of the police, they have been recognized as members of this
gang, for whom the police havo
been seeking. The value oi thc
booty in this instance was upwards of $200.
POULTRY SHOW
That North Vancouver Sfaia
has more than held her own in
thc raising ol thoroughbred exhibition poultry has been demonstrated this past week, at
the Vancouver Poultry Show,
held in the city market hall.
Mr. M. B. Martinson sent over
some good bull Orpingtons, .aid
in spite of great competition
from Victoria breeders, was lor-
tunate enough to secure a prize
on pullets. Mrs. R. Archibald
also entered a nice  display   of
Indian Runner ducks, lu white
Wyandottes, Mrs. H. L. Radermacher had more than her usual
share of success, winning easily
over the blue ribbon birds from
the A.-Y.-P. exhibition, and
being highly complimented on
the preparation of her birds for
exhibition. Following are the
prizes obtained: 2nd Cock; 1st,
3rd ami 4th hen; ist, 2nd and
4th cockerel; 1st, 2nd' and 3rd
pullet); 1st and 3rd breeding pen
Specials: Silver cup for the lo
highest scoring birds in the American class. Silver cup for
largest display of Wyandottes
scoring 90 points and over, and
specials for the following: For
highest scoring pen of Wyandottes; for highest scoring pen
in American class; for highest
scoring Wyandotte cockerel; for
largest number of prizes won by
a lady. Canadian white Wyandotte ribbon for best hen, the
same for best cockerel and also
for best pullet.
DISTRICT NOMINATIONS
The nominations ior the ollicial positions for the district of
North Vancouver, held on Monday, resulted as follows:
For reeve, John Young McNaught, elected by acclamation
For councillors, Ward 1: Wm.
A. Thompson, John Lawson, J.
Loutet; Ward II: Thos. A. Allan
Edward H. Kridginan and Peter
Westover. Two to be elected in
each ward.
For school trustees: J. Neat,
Mrs. Ethel J. Campbell, Henry
Thompson, John Lawson, and
Wm. C. Thompson. Three to
be elected.
The regular meeting of the W.
C. T. U. will be held on Tuesday, the 18th inst., at the hemic
of Mrs. Stoney, 6th street west,
at 3 p.m. All members please
attend, and all ladies interested
cordially welcome.
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KANOIC
ITSHEN
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
FRESH FRUIT
AND KANDIE
ALWAYS ON HAND
F. K. (Jennet,     6J Lonsdale
I. (). O  F.
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
55, meeti every Thursday evening, corner Lonidale avenue and
First street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting -brethren cordially invited to
attend. Edwin Peers, N. G.;
Thoa. S. Nye, Rec.-sec.; J. H.
Pilling, Fis.-wc.
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Board el
Trade meets the third Tuesday
of each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in the bosrd room, City
Hsll. Executive meets the firit
Tuesday of each month. W. J.
Irwin, presi lent; J. G. Farmer,
secretary.
HE LOI!
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(iiuiul  It out it
lut.
IHE N. V. FISH MAKhl I
Under New Management
The cheapi-jt ami bent place in tnwn
nr iill kiiiil. "I lri"-li and imnki'tl It'll,
fnultri. ttftK-, vt-K-'talili". ami Iruit.
ft. FLOYD,
131 First Street, West
ALEXANDER P. REILLY
Oroaniat and Chdrmaittr uf Sl. Amlrrtt'i Chtrch
Teacher of Piano,   Vocal and Theory
Stmlins.
It iie*ired Pupil, prepare*! Inr the
Toronto i:iin*i-r.ilv Humiliation.
DS'.i /liiri- Sttttt. Phone A'.'.W.'i.  1'uriniuirr
US Ltmidali Atinvt, Yhont Sorth fOOHOm
forth Vancouver, Tuwdajl 4 FriJ«jr-i.   Relerence: Rev.Mr, Oillan
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GRAND BOULEVARD
NORTH VANCOUVER
The Broadest City Avenue  in  America
This Boulevard ii all cleared snd grided, ind its 34 garden divisions have been planted with
trees ind shrubs.
CHARED BOLLfV4BD LOTS
Inside Lots, 51 x 140 feet or 150 feet, eich Iiooo
Double Corners, (1 lots together), 104x140 feet or 150 feet $1500
Cleared Lots In Block* Adjoining Boulevard, size 50x137
Inside Lots, iceording to position (700 lo J800
Double Cornen $1650 to Ji750
Terms: -'5 cash, tf in 9 monthi, tf in 18 months.    Intereit on deferred instilments 6 per cent.
The position of this property makes it ONE OF THE BESI RESIDENTIAL SUCTIONS IN THE
WORLD. With its southern aspect, open space, elevation, magnificent view, and ill modern
convenience! (electric railway cirs running (he whole length ol the Boulevird, 60 yardi from
residence line, water and electric light).
Purchisers sre not obliged to build, but ill lots Ironting on the Boulevard are sold on
condition that for 30 yean nothing but residencei, eich of minimum cost ot I4000 can be built
thereon.   Thus the properly is legally protected agiinst depreciition.
Compare the above prices with those of other property.
North Vancouver real estate today offers unrivalled opportunities
to investors.
The City Ferry Co., will shortly build a new modern ferry boat
and make improvements in the landings.
The Second Narrows Bridge seems now to be assured.
Mapi, price lilt ind printed information is to the City ol   North Vancouver   will be
supplied on application to
ns
LIV
North Vancouver Land & Improvement Co.,
Mahon, Hchirland 6 Procter, Ltd., Official Agents
CORNER PENDER AND SEYMOUR STREETS, VANCOUVER, B.C THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Women's and Children's Ribbed
Cashmere Hose half price, Saturday
Reg. 35c values 17 1 -2c pair
"   25c   "   12 1-2c "
Two very important week end hosiery offerings—
desirable kinds al exceptionally modc-iate, prio s.
splendid opportunity to supply your present and future
needs.   Note the lines.
Women's and Boys' asaOrtod Rio Cashmere Hjse with
seamless and spliced feet, dou'u I .i.ne, tics and heel, last
color, in sizes 8 1-2 to 10.   Rogi.av 35c . uw 2 pairs for 35c.
Children's assorted Rib Cas.im-.ve Hose, seamless feet
and ipUctd toes and heels. Sh'iwn in sizes C to 81-2. Regular 25c values now 2 pairs for 25c.
Attend the January While Sale
Every economi ally inclined wtnian should not fail to
rilit tui store during tho special sales of Womon's and
Children's fine Mus.in Undorgmininta. Worsted Domestics,
Embroideries, Waists, and nr.murous other lines. This
month we offer special inducenunts in every department.
When you cross the Inlet visit Drysdales.
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
575 Granville Street Phone 3541
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LYNN VALLEY
Rest buv lor subdivision on the market. 22 acres,
fronting on 1'ipr Line road. 1320 foot frontage on Lynn
Creek. Contract let for street cars to property. Price
I400 per acre.    Terms J 2000 cash,   balance 1, 2 and 3
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Two lots, 1' 1-3 blocks from boulevard, only S250
each. 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months. This is a
line buy. 	
MAY* BURNS
Real Kst^ti and Fmaneia  Agents
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COUISE OF CONSTRUCTION
Wi can handle as many more.     II you are thinking ol building
set us imi talk the nutter ovtr
CAMPBELL £> MILLER
205 Lonsdale Ave.
Nortli Vancouver
Royal Standard
Flour
The Flour with the " Money
Relunded Guarantee."
Order ROYAL STANDARD.
Tnke no ehinoM,
Here is our Guarantee
Light, White, Sweet, Wholesome
Bread or Momey Refunded
Oui PliMCootlll till interest you.   Auk your
ill'.'lltT.
Vancouver Millinq & Grain Co. Ltd.
Coasting Accident
Walter C. Green, local representative oi ihi' World of Vancouver, was the victim oi a
si um what serious accident cm
Mondiy. On lus way down
town 111 the morning, in connection with his duties, he good
naturedly took a place on a pair
of bob-sleighs on which some
boys were coasting down the
sidewalk on Chesterfield avenue.
Alter the sleighs passed 2nd
street they struck some sort oi
obstruction which caused tawn
suddenly to careen and to mn
oil the sidewalk. The boy who
was steering the sleighs was
hurled some distance but escaped injury, as did the other members of the party, vyth the exception of Mr. Green, who was
unloriunatc enough to receive a
duep cut in one ol his limbs, a-
bove the knee, as well as a severe shaking up. He was quickly carried to the ollice ol Ur.
Campbell, where he arrived very-
weak because ol the copious
llow of blood. The wound was
carefully dressed and he waa
conveyed to his home, where the
work of recovery is steadily progressing, although he will be incapacitated for about two
weeks.
NORTH VAN. IN THE VAN.
Hy defeating the Garrison
team of Victoria on Boulevard
park, Saturday alternoon last,
the North Vancouver Hockey
team captured lirst place in the
race for the Colonel l'rior Hockey trophy. The garrison team
were much heavier than the locals and their attack was impetuous, but the superior combination play of the home team
was not lo be dimied, and the
result was lour goals to one 111
lavor of North \ ancouver. The
last goal was scored by the local team within live minutes ol
the close of thc match and S as
of a spectacular order. It was
secured as the result ol a piii.il
ty bully, in which two players
alone are allowed to participate
E. S. liayliss giving an nhibi
tion ol superior play and land
ing the ball in the net after a
sliort struggle. The present
ol a goodly crowd ol spectators
who "boosted" freely, greatly
encouraged the local leaiii.whuli
was composed as lollows: E. J.
11. Cardmall, C. Mappin, G.
Green-Ainntage, E. S. Bayliss,
R. Dixon, S. Humphreys, 11. L.
.Macl'herson, C. Fit/herbert, R.
G. Ward, H. Swayne, P. N.
liayliss, captain.
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT
The meeting of ratepayers of
the city, held on Tuesday evening by the arrangement ol \V.
;J. Irwin, ior the discussion oi
the local improvement problem,
proved of a very helpful nature
to the large assembly ol rale-
payers. The candidates lor
mayor, aldermen and lerry commissioners were all sealed on
the platlorm in imposing array.
The time was allotted eipiilably
among the eighteen or iwnity
speakers, and every aspirant
was given a cordial and attentive hearing. Geo. H. Morden
was appointed to the chair.
The subject was opened by W.
J, Irwin in an address which
thoroughly sustained his reputation as a close student ol the
local improvement problem, alter which the respective candidates for municipal honors wen-
heard in short addresses on local improvement and allied
matters.
MACHINERY IN PLACE
Thc large building for MiDougall - Jenkins Engineers Lid.,
is now practically completed,
land considerable machinery is
jalmady installed. Thr COM*
pressor, crane, hydraulic jack,
and punch are now 111 plan ind
I the additional parts ol the plant
[are steadily coming to hainl,
The contract for t.he cons'Miction  of   the   wharl,   has   been
awarded to Evans, Coleman &
Evans, and  constrnction  work
■will be started by the 15th inst.
j Tlie wharf will carry more dstft
space 111.1 a any wharf yet 1 milt
jdn the north shore and will be
almost as large as some ol the
main wharves on the south   ule
of the Inlet.     It will nn.i ure
'126 feot in length   and  50   irt
in width.    There will be       nt
jof water in the dear al tin »-nd
ol thc wharf.
A GOOD MOVE
The Nortli Vancouver Home
Furnishers are moving into
more commodious quarters,having secured a lease on the building just north oi the city hall,
on Lonsdale avenue, iornu.rK
occupied by the Nortli Vancouver club. The lease covers thc
entire building, although only
the ground lloor will be used lor
store purposes at present. The
premises are well adapted (or a
lurniture store and will permit
of the proper display of the increased stock that it is intended by the firm to carry,
READING CONTEST
Thc public school reading contest inaugurated by ProttSSOt
R. E. Macnaghten, will be held
this evening in Larson's pavilion, instead of the Horticultural hall as previously announced.
CHURCH SERV1C1-S
Methodist church, corner 6th
street and St. George's avenue:
Services at 11 a.n. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday School and bible
class 2.30 p nil    Class meeting
10 a.m. Sunday. I'rayer meeting 8 p.m. Wednesday. Moodyville Sunday school 11 a.m.
Pastor, Rev. B. H. Balderston
B.A.
Lynn Valley Institute Hall;-
Scrvices every Sunday morning at 11, and evening at 7 p.m.
St. John the Evangelist, 8lh
and 13th streets:—
Holy communion, 8 am.;
morning prayer 11 a.m.; evening prayer, 7.30 p.m. On the
lirsl Sunday in the mouth there
will be a second celebration ol
the holy communion al 11 a.m.
Rector: Kev. Hugh Hooper.
Services at St. Clement's hall
Lynn Valley:     Morning prayei
11 a.m.; evening prayer 7 p.m.
1'riest-in-charge: Kev. 11. H.
Gillies.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church, 6th street:—
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday,
at 8 o'clock. Pastor: Rev. J.
D. Gillam, M.A.
North Vancouver Catholic Indian Mission:—
Sunday Services—Mass at y
a.m. Sunday school at 2.30 p.m.
Benediction at 3 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. E. Peytavin, O.M.I.V.G.
Baptist Church, cor. 5th and
St. George:—
Sabbath school at 2 p.m. Services at 3 p.m. and at 7.30 p.m.
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WHEN YOU BUY
BUY WISELY
Always remember that the place where you
cm get tin* highest class values is Irom lirms like
ours, which, buy extensively and manufacture
large quantities of the goods they sell.
When you buy from us you buy from a firm
of stwling repute and the greatest in Canada.
We would draw vour attention to our sterling
silver, which comes to vou direct from our factories and i.s unsurpassed in dosign and workmanship.
Ve welcome visitors.
I Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
^ Manufacturing Gold and Silversmiths
2 (;„,. K. Trnri'v, Cot. Hastings & Granville
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General Contractor
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on thc market todav.
Leave vour orderi with ui for
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AND   CHOP
Prompt Delivery
Satiilactiun Guaranteed
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Milling Co.
Lonsdale  Avonue,
at Fi ny Landing
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PILE DRIVING
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163 Hastings Street, W    Telephone 8099
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13.00 p.m.
14.00 p.m.
15.00 p.m.
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17.00 p.m.
18.00 p.m
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Quickest route Irom North Vancouver to tlie district beyond
Capilano River. Launch "West Vancouver" makes connections, without fail, with the ferry steamers from Norlh Vancouver, as per above schedule.
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PROPRIETORS
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13 Lonedali ktt
P.O. Box 13       Phone 13 THE EXPRESS, NORTH \ ANCOUVER, B. C.
CITY NOMINATIONS
The record of nom.nations for
the various city official positions for 19 io, held on Monday,
is as lollows:
For Mayor: W. H. May, and
W. J. Dick.
For Aldermen: Wrm. McNeish,
Geo. W. McRae, S. D. SchulU,
W. H. Voung, W. J. Irwin, A.
Smith, R. C. Biss, F. W. Fowler, W. Knowles, A. W. Sargent
Isaac Walden and Donald Mac-
Lennan.    Six to be elected.
For Ferry Directors: Jas. A.
McNair, Jesse Williams, P.
Larson, D. W. Reeve, A. J.
Henderson and Capt. T. Kickham.    Four to be elected.
For School Trustees: A. R.
Steacey, Dr. Howell, M. S. McDowell and Geo. H. Morden.
Elected by acclamation.
DRESSMAKING
The ladies of thc city will be
interested to note the fact as
advertised elsewhere, the Mes-
dames Haigh & Castle, of Manchester, England, and more recently of Rcgina, have opened
up-to-date dressmaking parlors
at their residence, at 141, 6th
street east. Mesdames Haigh
k Castle bring with them high
credentials as high class artistes
having included in the patrons
many of thc first families in the
prairie capital. The latest
fashions and the most recent
creations in the line ol ladies'
garments may always lie procured from their establishment.
electors at an election held  on
the day of January,
1910.
Reconsidered and finally adopted on the day of January, 1910.
Di strict of Xorth Vancouver
A   BY-LAW   to   authorise   the
Corporation of the District
of North Vancouver to enter
into and execute  an  agreement with The Imperial Car
Shipbuilding  and Dry Dock
Corporation.
Be it enacted  by  the  Reeve
and Council of the Corporation
of the District of North Vancouver, in council assembled,  with
the assent of the electors of the
District duly had aud obtained,
as lollows, vu.:
1. Authority is hereby given
to the Reeve and Clerk of the
Corporation to sign on behalf
of the Corporation, and to seal
with the corporate seal an indenture ol agreement between
the Corporation, of the first
part, and the Imperial Car,
Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Corporation, ol the second part, in
the terms of the schedule appended to this by-law, and authority is given to the Corporation to enler into and agree to
all the provisions of said agrie-
ment.
2. In the event of the said
company complying with the
provisions of said agreement as
regards thc issue of debenture
bonds to the amount not exceeding J.200,000, the Reeve of
this Corporation is hereby authorized to sign an endorsement on the back of the coupons issued with said debenture
bonds, guaranteeing interest
thereon at the rate of five per
cent.per annum far fifteen years
in the following terms, viz.:
"Payment of this coupon is
guaranteed by the Corporation
of the District of North Vancouver," and such signature
may be either written or stamped.
3. In the event of the Corporation being called upon to
pay and making payment of
any of said guaranteed interest
coupons, and failing to recover
payment thereof from the said
company or their representatives, such payment may be
made from the general revenue
of the Corporation, or it maybe thc subject for a special tax
on the Municipality, to bo levied in the Annual Revenue Bylaw.
4. An area of land occupied
by the said company or adjoining to the works of the said
company to an extent not exceeding thirty acres, is hereby
declared to be exempt from the
annual levy of the ordinarv
land tax for the period of ten
years from the date of the execution of the said agreement, in
accordance with the terms of
the said agreement.
5. This by-law may be cited
for all purposes as "The Imperial Car, Shipbuilding and Dry
Dock Corporation Guarantee
By-law, 1910."
6. This by-law shall take effect after the first day of February, 1910.
Passed by the Council an the
3rd day of January, 1910.
Received   the   assent   ol   the
ELECTORS   OF   THE
DISTRICT OF NORTH
VANCOUVER
Take notice that the above is
a true copy of thc proposed bylaw upon which the vote of the
Municipality will be taken within the polling places at the
Lynn Valley Institute Hall; Mr.
Jack Loutet's office, corner uf
Queen street and Lonsdale ave.,
and Hollyburn, West Capilano,
all in the District of North Vancouver, on Saturday, the 15th
day of January, 19111, between
the hours of 9 o'clock a.m. and
7 o'clock p.m.
ALEX. PHILIP
C.M.C. and Returning Officer.
Public notice is hereby given
that the vote of the electors of
thc District of North Vancouver will be taken om "The Imperial Car, Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Corporation Guarantee By-law, 1910," on Saturday
the 15th day of January, 1910,
between the hours of 9 o'clock
a.m. and 7 o'clock p.m., within
the following polling places,viz..
The Lynn Valley Institute hall,
.Mr. Jack Loutet's office, corner
of Queen street and Lonsdale
avenue, and at Hollyburn, West
Capilano, all in the District of
North Vancouver, and that Al-
e.xmdcr Philip has beea .1 .-pom-
ted Returning Oflicer to take
the votes of sttch electors, with
the usual powers in that behalf.
By order of the Council.
JNO. Y. McNAUGHT,
Reovc.
ALEX. PHILIP, C.M.C.
SCHEDULE  REFERRED   TO
This indenture, dated the 3rd
day of January, in the year of
our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and ten, between the
Corporation of the District of
North Vancouver (hereinafter
referred to as "the Corporation," of the first part) and The
Imperial Car, Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Corporation (hereinafter referred to as "the company," ol the second pari) wit-
nesseth:
Whereas, the company has acquired and is about lo acquire
dillercnt areas or blocks ol land
in thc District of North Vancouver comprising about six handled (6011) acres, with a IroBtagS
on Burrard Inlet of about eight
thousand (8,000) feet and ol a
total value of not less than
thiet hundred and sixu '.l-uiis-
and dollars (S36o,ouu); and
Whereas thc company proposes to occupy a part of said lands
with a business of constructors
of safety steel railway sleeping
cars, the building and repairing
of ships of all kinds, and other
kindred undertakings, and for
the purposes of said business
proposes to erect buildings and
to equip the said premises with
machinery and working plant,
the total cost of which buildings and plant being not less
than three hundred thousand
dollars ($300,000), and the company is now the owner of a
number of valuable patent-
rights relative to the business it
is to carry on; and
Whereas, the Company has a-
grced to transfer and convey to
the Corporation a strip of land
through the said lands belonging to, or to belong to the company, (or railway and traffic
purposes; and
Whereas, the Company has
a..!.cd the Corporation tu |lts
sundry concessions to facilitate
the establishment of the said
business within the bounds d
the Municipality, and thc Coun
til of the Corporation are of
opinion that these concessions
and considerations are reasonable and that the establishment
of the said business will be of
great benefit to the whole district; and
Whereas thc Company pro-
poses to borrow money, not exceeding two hundred thousand
dollars ($200,000) for the purposes of the company, by means
of debentures secured by the assets of the company;
Therefore, in consideration of
tlic premises and of the mutual
covenants and agreements lu-lc-
in contained, it is a^letd between the parties h*r.o si lollows:
1. In the event uf the company producing to tlm council
of the Corporation Iree and un
encumbered titles to an area of
about six hundred (600) acres
of land or more within the Municipality, having about eight
thousand feet (8000ft.) or more
of frontage on Burrard Inlet,
situated between the mo-ith* of
Lynn Creek and Deep Cove
and of the value in the
opinion ol three iiulcpc-nilciii
valuators to be mutually a
greed upon, ol not less
than three hundred and sixty
thousand dollars ($,a,ho,ooo)and
in the event of the company
transferring by deed ol trust to
a trustee or trustees designatod
by the Corporation and the
Company an amount and quantity of securities located in the
Municipality ol Norlh Vancouver reasonably worth (our hundred thousand dollars (S400,-
000), such value to be arrived
at by valuators appointed by
the Corporation and the Company, said deed to be held by
the said trustee or trustees subject to the conditions set forth
in paragraph 2 hereof, to- secure
to the holders ol the said deben
tures payment of the principal
and interest of thc said debentures, then thc Corporation will
guarantee that the interest due
on the said debentures for a period of fifteen years at the rate
of live (5) per cent, per annum
will bc duly and regularly paid.
2. The said deed of trust
shall be in the form uf 1 debenture mortgage, which form shall
first bc approved of by the Corporation, and shall secure the
payment of the principal sum
ol tWO hundred thousand dollars (1300,000) together with
interest at five (5) per cent, per
annum, which sum shall bc repayable at or before the expir-
.iiimi of lifteen years from the
dale of lhc said deetl of trusl,
and the said deed of trust shall
contain provisions satisfactory
to thc Corporation as to the
principal moneys ol lhc debentures issued under the said deed
ol trust becoming due, and the
collection thereof, and as to enforcing the security constituted
by the said deed of trust, and
for the registration ot the same
and generally, the Corporation
shall be entitled to insert such
provisions as it may deem nc-
ceasary whether embodied in
this .igreement or not, lor the
protection and salety in c\ti\
rispitt of the debenture holders
and the trustee. The companv
shall pay all expenses ol thc
Corporation and ol the trustee
incurred in thc preparation, execution and registration oi the
said deed of trust.
3. Thc said guarantee shall
be effected'by an endorsement
printed on the back of each interest coupon, as follows, namely: "Paymunt ol this coupon
is guaranteed by the Corporation of the District of North
Vanconver," and lhe said endorsement shall be signed either
in writing or by a stamp of the
Reeve of the Corporation.
4. Thc company agrees, alter
two (2) years, to provide annually thc sum ol lotirtccm thousand dollars ($14,000) to constitute a sinking fund for the pay
ment of the saul dclH-niurt-s.and
thc company undertakes and ,1
gri'ts to have the payment ol
the principal and the providing
ol the said sum of fourteen thousand dollars (Si.1,0001 per annum lor the said period ol fifteen (15) years guaranteed by a
guarantee insurance company
acceptable to and approved oi
In the Council ol the Corporation, the said guarantee to In
made in lavor of the trustee or
trustees before the said deben
tuns are lsstiod, and the s,ml
sinking lund shall la- paid annually to thc trustee or trustees
whu shall hold, Invest and accumulate the same until thexc
is sullicient moneys* to pay ofl
lln said debentures as and when
they become due, and the said
deed ul trust shall contain pro-
visiuns to tht- above ellect sat
islactory to the Corporation.
5. I'pon the issue and sale ul
the said debiaiituies the I uinpain
agrees to deposit the proceed-,
tliiieul 111 the Hank ol British
North America in North Van-
1 uiivcr, to be held as a capital
Iiunl in lhe joint names of the
Corporation and the compain
to bc withdrawn only on tin
joint signal 111 rs of the Municipal Treasurer .mil the treasmu
ul llie company, upon wai rani
ni 11 n.iin,ite issued bv Don.ild
Cameron, loiisulling ciiginci 1 ol
lhe Corporation, 01 such oilier
ellgillcil ;is the ('num il ol the
Corporation may appoint
6. It is iitidcrslooi! and 11-
greed that the cost of erecting
the saul business buildings and
installing the said machinery
and plant shall be the sum ol
three linndred thousand dollars
|(>3oo,oc-a) at least, and shall be
I erected aud installed according
to plaih and specifications satis
factor) to the Corporation, and
that as the work progresses sixty (bo) per cent, of the value of
the wmi carried out shall be
paid out of the said capital
lund niinii said warranto or certificates, and twenty (ao) per
cent thereof shall be paid simultaneously by the company.
On ami alter the expiration ol
thirty-two (32) days Irom the
completion ol the said work the
Company shall pay the remaining twenty (20) per cent, of the
value ol the said work and shall
thereupon be entitled to receive
the balance of the said capital
liund deposited in the said bank
as aforesaid.
7. So long as the Corporation is responsible as guarantors lur any ol thc said interest
coupons the Reeve of the Corporation for the lime being
shall he ex-ollicio a director ol
the company, with all the powers and privileges pertaining to
that office.
8. It is provided and agreed
that for a period of ten (10)
years from the date of this
agreement the said company
shall be exempt and free from
the ordinary land tax levied by
the Corporation as regards an
area of thirty (30) acres occupied by or adjoining tlieir said
works, provided the coinpanv
has completed or is completing
its undertakings according to
the tenor of thi.. agreement.
9. The company agrees that
upon demand made by the corporation after the execution of
the conveyance to thc trustee or
trustees of the securities of the
company, as aforesaid, the company will convey to the Corporation a strip ol land for railway and trallic purposes one
hundred feet (loo) wide for
a distance of approximately
one and one-hall (1,',) miles
in length through the entire length ol thc said lands
of the company, located along a
leasible grade, for railway purposes, near thc shore lino ol
the, said property,and said strip
oi land shall be reserved and
exempted Irom the conveyance
lo the trustee or trustees above
mentioned.
lu. The 1.1 in 1'.1 n\ agrees to
pay the whole expenses of this
agreement alld of submitting a
by-law to the electors ol llu.
district lo receive tlieir assent
to the undertakings under tins
agreement.
II, This agreement is provisional as regards the corporation, on the assent of the said
(lectors being duly obtained .is
required by thc law.
ln witness whereof, the parties
lurch) have hereunto subscribed
ilioir names and allixed their
seals the day and vear first a-
hove written.
TIIE CORPORATION OF TIIE
DISTRICT OF NORTH VANCOUVER, by
(Seal) JNO. Y. McNAUGHT,
Reeve.
ALEX. PHILIP, C.M.C.
IMPERIAL CAR, SHIPIU1LD-
IN'G AND DRY DOCK CORPORATION, by
(Seal) JOHN ARTHUR,
President.
JOHN J. LOUGHRAN,
Secretary.
Signed, sealed and il. livered
111 the presence ol Geo. A. Fair,
C, A. Barrett, Frederick J.
I.eigh, John G, Farmer.
In addition to the agreement
executed this day by Imperial
l sr, Shipbuilding and Dry Dock
i ui poration with the Corporation ol the District of Nortli
Vancouver, and as part thereol,
Imperial Car, Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Corporation agrees,
at or belore the execution of the
deed of trust therein mentioned,
10 provide and submit plans,
drawings and specifications oi
Ita proposed works, with location, area and other data, including list of machinery needed
■it the oulsct, to the satisfaction of the Consulting Engineer
1 herein named, or such other
. oinpctcnl engineei    1.   may   b-
agreai upon.
Seattle, Wash.,  December JO,
1909.
IMPERIAL CAR, SHIPBUILDING AND DRY   DOCK   CORPORATION,
Seal)
By JOHN ARTHUR, ita Pn
'•ident, and
Hv   JOHN   J.   I.OIGHR.W
tta Secrttery.
DO IT NOW
Order your Office Stationery
for 1910
From The Express
Vancouver Busiiit .vs Directory
ACCOUr-nANla
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
GROCERS
319 Pender street, Vancouver
aud
Nortli Vancouver
ARCHITECTS
{.STANLEY MlTTGX.M.l.C.A
ARCHITECT
413 Granville street.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AUCTIONEERS
A. H. BEATTIE
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale aud Retuil
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
iviu.-k;
Prof. JOS. E. NVRNBERGEK
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Ha.., Cor.
Robsou and Granville Streets,
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
- AUCTIONEER -
66 Hastings street west
is the only auctioneer who will
pay spot cash belore the sale is
conducted
BARRISTERS
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Street
Phone 996
S. D. Schulti        C. S. Arnold
BMIHa
kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sts.
The only up-to-date and reliable bath house in British Co-
lumbia-
We cure where others fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plain baths, electric baths,
shower baths, massage lor body, scalp and face; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin, Germany
BUSINESS COUEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. W'.
Canada'! Griat.it Waatarn  School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - - Manager
Phone 4b\
M. W. WAITT 4 CO., LTD.
558 Granville Street
Pianos — Talking Machines —
Music Goods
The oldest music house in B. C.
PHOTOGRAPHtRS
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIO
Family Group Specialists
Cabinet sue, $3 per dozen
Cor. Carrall and Cordova sts.
A. SAVARD, Proprietor
HlolUn*. 1-MAlWlM.
PlUUKfc. bKAiViUNO
We have the largest tUMfc ul
mouldings in B.C.U select Hum
so wheu you waul naming Uuue
cheap aud well gel oui  paces.
BAlLt¥  bKUO* LU* LlO
540 Grauville aud 136 Cordova
nJjULit sIm-mHo"
ITIE   OhO.  H.   IlliAll 1   l~U
Auuulacluicia
MI'Lliini*   I.IHI.I.I1  M 1 SIN
>IKal   UIU!   1   HI-*-   MSTSSIS
HI 1' \ihll- I li  luM.        IllSL liyji
niAa. COlMl L
keep your eye on
EAtol   VA.NCUl'VEK
HE1GH1S	
PITMAN'S ''UI particular apply lo
Rna-inp.-..-. Inli. tll MORDEN  &  TllUK.MU.N
Business College
632 Seymour st., Vancouver J     w
Day school open all the year
round.    Night school commences September 8th.
CHIROPRACTIC
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440 Seymour Slieel
REAL ESTATE
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In |*iaa 1.* , li.i* 1
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Hull .Ii'l ■*».IIIIII.',■
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
Canadian Detective Bureau:—
Ollices everywhere
Vmii'iiiiu r  Ilili,,*:      J-.i  Kiii|.in*  llliiek
MHaitian it, m.i.        nmett
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
DYEING AND CLEANING
PERTH DYE WORKS
Aiiiitison & liilt.in, Proprietors
Dyeing, Cleaning, Piessing
Ladies' dresses, silks,   laces   a
specially
SAI.K & BREWTTT
Agents, North Van, mm 1
LAND AND MORTGAGE
UfVtfbl MENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSiRANcE
R. Kerr Houlgate - - - Manager
LADIES' HAIRDRESSING
RtSTAURAflTB
All North Vancouver   people
est at
LEONARD'S
Kithcr Flaik Block or Mast
ings streei, opposite lhe ac*
Post Olbce Leonard sells his
tea by the pound.
WATCnliiMKEHS
English  practical  watchmaker;
Established 1889
30 per cent. Discount
1 Hi   nil    lines   ol   Halt Goods
during oar Ileal remoral sale, ia
1I1 1 lo iiiliici 0111 lUfl -.lui h I"'
tin taking pocst ision ol mir ms
premises, us nil seailable ipsa
will In- ti quired loi the di»p
iln* large sliipini nt. ol in n :
DOS ' 11 route.
MADAMI UyJtPHRITI
W«tjrini ilia Street
Specialty,   repairing
WOODR'""
Ml Carrall Street
ii
ATENTS
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hia, Msat-tal i a— Wuhlnitoa. D.C. f - ' THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Winnipeg Exhibition
Continued Irmn Page Otic,
enormous total of 50,860,801
visitors passed through the
gates of the exposition.
Tin- Chicago world's fair, in
1893, secured a total attendance
of 17,539,521, aiiil the proceeds
ol the business done within the
famous While City were |lo,-
317,814.
The Pan American exposition
at llmi.ilo in 1901, marred bj
the. iiiiliiiielt ile.illi li\ the hand
ol an .issaissin, ol President \U
Kinl,\, and the St. Louis ex
position in 1904, each resulted
111  ,1  sllieesslul   issue,   iml-ulli
standing adverse conditions,
The Lewis ami Clark exposition at Portland in 1905, ami
the A. V, 1'. 1 (position .it  lie
attic last  \i,il  ale flesh iu   lhe
mind ol .ill residents ol the Pacific na.isi, ami ,ne remembered
because ol the conspicuous sue-
ress attained and ihe substantial benefits accruing
Ii is quite in order that Canada should now tn her hand at
Uie enterprise Irom which other
countries have so largel) bene,
fitted, Then 1- everj reason to
anticipate financial success. The.
example ol the other places in
which exposition have lieen
held will In serviceable in suggesting methods and weans and
with the returning tide of linancial prosperity throughout the
world, the attendance and the
resultant benefits should assume
imposing proportions, even in
comparison with the best that
has hitherto been accomplished,
Miss B. ARNOTT
will take .1 limited iiuinty-roi
pupils for violin. Will teach
pupils at their home.
For terms apply:
440 li.i .Hull MKiLI, VAMOUVLR
District of North
Vancouver
NortH \//\NloUVer
HOSPITAL
. * -i'l it-:h HV
THE HISSES DAWSON
i.Tiifieiiiiil Hurgical, Medical ud
Miili-rnili  KufM
Nursis Sint Out on Application
tat  termi.  Ippll   It   the ll.i»pn»l
Cur. i'uii Stmt ai Bt. A.ndm'1 kit
PHONE  69
KLECTORS OK WARD ll
Ai tin request oi .1 number
oi the electors ol  Wanl II,   I
have decided  to ollel' myself U
.1 candidate lor councillor  for
iln tear 1910.
Should \oii favor me with
your sulleranee, 1 will do .ill
within mv power to expedite
the building of Second Narrows
bridge, to further the location
ol industries on the north shore
of Hurrard Inlet, to secure suitable sites lor municipal buildings, and in general to promote
the interests of the ratepayers.
Being a resident of the district anil long associated with
the business interests thereof,
also having the necessary lime
at mv disposal to give proper
attention to the duties ol councillor, I respectfully solicit your
votes.
Yours faithfully,
B. II* BRIDGMAN
Big January Clearance Sale
Specials
We bavi .1 l.TRe assortment ol Ladies' Waists in fancy
iwn, Bnhroidered and lace trimmed. Also some of the highest grades in allow net uud silk embroidered waists. These
foods are nearly all traveller's samples secured at a large reduction, and .ire the very newest for the coming spring and
summer. These will be on sale while they last at 0nc-q11.11 ter
to one-third below regular prices, They range from 85c to
 |6.oo
Extra Underwear Value*
15C Ladies' vests, sale price   25c
pic Ladies' vests, pure white fleece      *^IK'
h.se Ladies' natural time vests   4SC
ise Children's vests, natural fleece   25c
Don'l lail lo visit this store often this month, and got a
stare ol the extra values th '  await you.
J. J. BiCALEECE
KEITH BLOCK    LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
Cleared  Lots
In Block 334, D.L. 330
These lots are all on gradedstreets. In fine neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Prices $600 to $700
EASY IIRMS
S. GINTZBURGER
• LIMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
163 Cordova street, Vcnrouver, B. C.
I'. O. HOX MV
um wn vhisu
Mrs-lames UN & CASH I
I ll Mh slleet east. North Vanoouver have opened Dressmaking
Parlors replete with everything
required for delivering dresses ol
the latest stj les and perfect fit,
and are prepared to receive
ladies' work. Best workman
ship, style ami  ut  guaranteed
Pianos &0rgans
Tuned and Repaired
ChargesModtrste,
Satisfsi tion Gusrsnteed
WILLI4M LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER & REPAIRER
"PegWell" 14th It., w  Forbes ave.
P, C S all n i'ln   prompt alien
1:1 oi
REAL ESTATE & INSIRANCE
Messrs HUGHES & PHILLIPPO
beg to announce to the public that they
have opened an office at
70 Home Blk., Lonsdale Ave.
The new firm solicits a portion of
your business.
ARE YOL GOING TO BUILD ?
Come to us for the money and repay it
to suit yourself
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOTS FOR SALE
JOHN  ALEXANDER & CO.
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
Ml Lonatlnle Avenue
*
A Good Many Parents in this City have said "Iwlab !»     IOCI| All iTadC fit hOHIC
I   hmi   had  the  opportunity  of learning the I'ianol ] >
when I was young' ro Ji i
Be Fair to Your Children
And u'ive them the chutiee voB yourself would have liked I
DR. H. B. HOWELL
OPTICIAN
III m I • Ftnrr ir*l   •\iiiiitiiiiiiin,   lull'
(ii nrfil It., \':Ul,*a*illi'r
iii -HUM 1. i'n**M Binabef 111 N'Tih
\ .111, omer
Tuition ul Pianoforte md Orgaa by competent
teachers at reasonable  chtrget,    Special  rates
for School Children.
North Vancouver Piano Co. & School of Music 5
Addrcjs--443 Lonsdale Avenue
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Alllnm-lli |it-o|ili* loiim ilow 11 llu- lull it ilon't
lay they go to Vancouver to buy Groceries.
Tlu-v never )iass
McMILLAN'iS
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Lynn Valley
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CANYON HEIGHTS
Uur wilil eat Mil-division a havt bw nAmittad in lytt Valky, but wc caa totAAtttly recommend these lots bjemti •
1. They are close to Car Line
2. Tbeij will have Water Connections
3. They do not stand on end.
Price $250   />'/
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$50
cash,   balance
in six quarterly
payments
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4.   We guarantee tbem level
3.   They command the finest view in tbe Valley
6.   The size of the lots is 50 x 140.73
Close to
school and
church
Will have
water, car service, electric
light, and telephones this
Spring
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I here are only 12 of these lots left
Sole Anciits—Commercial Union Assurance Co., I,til.      Assets
;-, 1 i-xiccd ^(8,850,000,
Henry Eves ®. Co.
PHONE 6 67 ®. 69 LONSDALE AVENUE
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