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'' 1910
Volume in
NoilTH  VANCOUVER,  B.C.,  FlIIDAY, OOTOBU 21,  l'JIO
Number 83
Board of Trade Discuss Plans
of Action for Ensuing Terhi
PRESIDENT'S INAUGURAL ADDRESS
The Bnl ragulai mn imu uadar lha
ninii elected aiilmi- waa bald Tun-
day >*i*niiiL' mill I'n-iil'iii Philip in
the chair aad a good turnout nf mam-
ban p'r-iin.
Th** queation "f providing nn ai
rn..11 wai broughl ap la iln* iiacutive
meting,
I li** I'n*.nl.'iii - ,i..I il.iu he had ra-
'■ii'il   an iiiiiinaiiiin   Iron  lhe   dty
■"II.    ,|     -l,*|l   Ma.     [hai     llll'l     lljll    Unl   i ,„ „
m   pim ill pniaii*  landa  lot   lha
l""l nml raggeeting thai lha Ham
• iii..ii l'.>\.• 111111.111 ihould Is* approa li
a*il regarding providing a rite an wns
llulla' ill  a,th,*|*  p|,|**,.*.,
On notion ih.* Ballet wai* nJened
'"   i'i"   im *n .* committee   :,■   deal
wilh.
Mi   Philip rep « **.l Ihal it had been
*  led that lha I "r.l ihould  hold
a   pmin. luii"  , il   iii   ill.    Il.iili* ill
i nu hall un Nm. '.Mii. Home leading
I.,mii'.* ■ .1 i,i li nl ran ally become a
ia* i*l al ni \..nh Vancouver ami ii
hi-   ih,*   daeire   lo have   thai p." iod
nui in ih' program.    Hi
ili.. Nortk Vmi.,.mai .in bead   aad
tin*    North   Vaaraavn   Kali    VOkt
ia■ .ii iiunl.I lal,,* pai I nl-n, Ii wae
 li. .1   I.,  i am   ih-*   inggeetiiin  inl..
I In' I'li'-iiiiiit reported thai iln* eia
■ niii'' had apt I Ma   I ia* *
II i  int tli.* , ii-iiu L. year,
lhc "uinniiiiiv. lormed  -a, far    hit,.
ii un..I   i. lollowi     I a ri-la'   Iniui
■hail man.    I      I'.
Real}-, II. H. l,-,,*i,*    ,11,1 I. .1. ,lu,k
I'aalali     llnpi,,i,.,,i, an       \.   .1.   ||* lll,*l
-am, chairman,  I. M, Ka,, ie, p, \i nd,
Mi    r I'aan   tad i     I     I Hl-"ll
I'tilili*ui    r..mniii i,    i.   Q, r an,
a llll   llll III,     I'      T.     S.I'-l'Ull,    ,1.   .1,   W ...   -1
..III  tt.   I    I
I ,n an a  I   i   -- il*l"in.  a li .it -ta tn,
l    '*    I'.iil. G,  S.   >heph,.|i|  ami    ,\.
I! -     •
i uaiBMia .mil I'i'l" in.  t. tl. Hi a
i.n . Imu innn, W. ,1   limn, .1   II  I ia
ami  I..   H.    l'i* i ,*,
Toariata'  mnl Saailau-'   v 8,   l'*.,l
din iiinn.   \.  I, I n. Lnm. .1. ll.
IIuiialal nn.   I ,   I .   I.aw-nii   ami    I.    \.
M* Mlllall.
Il< -'I'llllll llllll llll'l laiillllll'lll la. II.
M.al.l,  II       ,  11.1 11 HI ,||,       .1.      H,       .1.      M   ,|,   |J
anal  P.  H.,,,1.
I * ■ ' Ition I S Nia * laairm ill,
W. I.. I'.nllll. I Slllllll. .1. ll. II". , *!
-aall    nl|l|    I   nm       |llll|L.||l.*l|l.
I * *    li iiniii ii  uf  than  * <>!*''
wan app" ated al n fanm m •
11*. lollowing tn.'iiil.'i- ii,I,* prop .
nl    nllii   a.   i|i|a*a| ;    II.   tt.   lia. U-,      J,
Loutet.  i, inn'", i.  Wmi   *
M. ll, Martlaaoa, jr.
Hi" I'lv-uLni ih.n it- i.l hi- in lagur
,1 addreaa, which wa- received    with
,ppl . :*i,il iiii illiiinill-ll i.p
"II    IllaalliUI   aaf    Mil,   Illlitl   llll.l   M.l.    Ml
111.'
willingly  tin-  iiiii'ii-i-  aif nur yottaf
community,
Wn havi. reached thai --tM^ri.- in  tin-
lii-iaiiv ul uui runininnily ihni n.n
-ii'l> wa* tain' is uf ilu* ninn.>t Import'
uii'i-, nml a faU' >l,p might mcun a
wrioua I"***-. Kiery cltiaaa, yai nnil
.*ii*ii   ratepayer is watahing latently
aia'iy niiaiiiiii'iit  in llic promotion   nt
railway  roaununlcatioa  mul bridging
iln'  8 ml Narrowi,    Knowing as I
■ In   iilmusl   i'li*i*y  sla'p   llial   Iiii.-     In an
taken towaida tlmt iiul. you mil nui
mjaaadantand mi' whu I -ay il.ai
iln- wh,il,* community is under a debt
a'l Cliililii.l.' nf  llic l.-irgcsl  ki tl. 1 In  th,.
-i\ c'''iil'*iii''n wliu incorporated Laka
lliiiniiil lnla*: Tunnel ami bridge Com-
palp, mul in pant ta iiim* tu jtaeva Mi*
Naught, win. has bm chiel pilm of
that movamenta Tin* itreugth uf that
iimi,'imnt Ims baaa ihe patriotism
nml public .-pint uf tin's,* nn*ii, om*
ami all.   ll   i-  luii- thai   Ihey will nil
laall'llt Iiiiiiiii illlll through llll' ill'TCIS
a'.l lalim uf Ihi'ir piupai n a* *, mull
uf   lha:   tiiuii'liii'lit,   Illlt   sn   nl-n    will
111,1111 i.tlui- property owaan,  and  i-
llii'i" ai mail iii North Viiiiiiiuvcf mean
spiriiasl enough to grudge them   thai
ln'lll-lil,
Tha- I'ain-iiniiniliun ol thnt inunnii'ni
will pm an i'ini na aain Iruularity ami
vitaliae all ih.' resouroM uf our Nmtl.
Bhora.  tt" bava ooaH na know mdi
lllillL'   nf   lha'   laliia*   ,,f   ll,,*-,.   |,.-niii,...
uiai i,i fiom inn, in iiiii,* revelation.
coma lu ii- thai lead ns in think ihnt
Wa'    kltaall    Very    llllia*   lliinili    lili'lll.     llll.
Iliurli is a "i i.ui,, ihnt ih,* pi,i.|h'.t of
iha* opaUlag ..f i.niinii  ..iiiiiiiiiniiuliain
' i'.inin; mi lolaraal la ua tlmi i-
lai ni'Inn*.', inn, ni tint willi iiii
**p. ii ag uf ill.' bridge anil railway will
"'mi'   il paoing  of  lhe  Thompson  ■a'""" be mmi*
Floating Dock ami tha Imnrial Car,
Shjbbuuding ami Dry Doct hailnn
nn.l ilu*-.* gigantic aadartaiUagi will
nni rame miu tha aaat .'ml alone, nui
Will llll'll* llllll,*||. , |„. ,,,„|m,,(| 1(, il,,,
•Wl   anal.     Mai   Hi*  lint   al*.,,   confidently
hopi thai ihe plaiis long ago prapand
fur a -pl'iiili.l n"ii  -mi  null ||  Moody.
villa will than lh* gh Imi t,,. Bun
li    ihn   '"iu-i*   winilil   In*   uiv    mu, h
niaarc     tn     l||,*     purp.ase     ,,„    tll,*   purl    uf
ami good niighbor, Mi   Hendry, than
ill"   111111-a      aaf    , app, >s| | i,,||    |,,.   |s      luklll.:
i" uur iiiuiiMp.il bridga ami railway
sahi'iiic.
Um tha railway will I.. th,. very life
ami   -liviiL-Ti  ,,(   lh.'   imp,,nam   i,„|u-
tnaa nmi  eatahliahad lur,*. <iur  aim*
null- ntnl -u-h ami al,,,,r fa* loi it's
will haii' i. inli tccMi t,, the nm ih*
in-i   iiiaiki.|.   ami  „in    ihipbuildina
I "I- n wurks anil a.ller indit-iii,*-
will  ba un  mi aipiality  with  tin,.,* ,,,i
lllC   Suiith   slla.l".
ih.' II. •'. E. Railway Company  hv
ih.n   a'\t,ii-iuti-  ,„  lvnn  \ alley      ami
Capilano in -ha,winL. appreciatioa ol
proepactiva devalopment. Tin,', 'h'ii
■OHMM ■ hau* Ib*, ii -l,,u,*i than nana,.nimbly ,*\|K*,t,il, ami w,. ilu ihink
ihel mi' unduly ili-I'iy itiL' lurwanl
movoMBta in mi,,*i diiactioei. Hut
ii.* ii*.u'iI In. ,1* if indeed if wa ilid nm
heal ami knuw tlmt lhc una.ninn.' ol
i.iilun   . ..tiniiiiin, .1-1,111-. mil bring in
llucii.es iiim will rampal    inimiiai
Iriaadi to gel Inn, or ntn tin* In-.
uf mn* h ..f ih.* ground the; ban gain
T    I i" luin.' our ninny lui.'li   s,  an
mil lm.. in,mi braugai   ttt}
ii'in   fa.r lli.au-amis  ,,f  visitor-   1.a   I a. ll
iinin 1*1 imiii,n communication nml
already   ll is ma  eeenl ilm' partial
nre vicing iiiiii eail, nth,*, tu |h. th,*
li'-i    lo   lav   lh.*   mils   in   th,.   t,,|,
a>f    I,11,11-"     Ma,   .
Hill I" a,a|l|" mall,* i |||lll,*, 11 | *, I all I
lin.*lli      In     ill.'     w,,ik     lllliall     lllll-l     I*
nail.* upnn nur Board during ilu- yeai
I  lull lll.-ii'|..||  -..in., uf  lh.* mall, i    ii.
hue i ii-uii'i iiinli'i* tin* haadlnni ..I
tin* ilili.'ii'in  ...iniiiitti.-  nh,,  I   think
mighl take thai*.c nl ihaa if mu  .,,
■graa,
I.   THI',    riiMMIITIT'   IIN    i nil
KEBCB wn WWJ8TB1 Va aai
i.'ii gratalul taa Mt  Sanaa lm nda
ill"   * h llllll.,11-lllp   uf   llu-     l,.11
important raauaittae, lln- coaimitiei
will  anmarily coaarida am    mattei
lha-   lawk  tu  hilial.'i  ,,ui   local   in.In'i lading am h queatioai *i
' i'*'l n ""i.ili   In   Mi. tt allaii*, ami ii,.
will aapaet ihem i,, |,** u il|   kaoa
llalW    we   .1)11     pminuta.    the    Sl|a,i.-s   ni
"i""i.i" "ii ihe Nuiih Bhora, tt,*
h"l»* Ihn will al.aa kasp a watchful
eye mi iha pocaibilltim ,,( barihw di
velnpni. in, llial H| Innn «e nun Inn.
al'i'V atul whan,- ,,f n„ m,,„n ,,r*
'hi  .ai  ihe Nnrlh  Siiiii...
-'     HH     iiiMMII II I    (IN   I 11 INS
POM ITION  nala  aadu Mi,   \*,*
'h uiiiiaii-hip uill. | ||„|», „) ,,„,,. ial,,*
llaalll   a.f   th,.   qoaatfoi   "f   lhe  slllllllll   llll
del llii'  lailwai   in tin* Vmi. ouver fir
ri   wharf,    nm *" "p..* ii  ii. iin-
i.iaiiti'i i- ili'-ira*il. ai,*i i",   , i. tdy re*
puii-i* in* mai ,|,, mu, |   *,, bring n
il. TIIK I'l BLIC IMPROVEMENTS
COMMITTEE limler the leailership uf
Mr. A. .1. Ileiiileisun shuiul Ih* able In
bring maul ialiialih' magaetioBi lie-
fuii' the Board lm' ooaiSarattaB.    A
young eity lua'aled as a,iirs is ims neeil
lm  iiiiiiii  iiiipruiemenis.     Our   limited
IVsuurns     li'liala'l*     ll     allsujllla'lv   UeiCS-
sury ihni ihaa.-e improvement! |« cur*
ria-al our gradually mul ia na oaidarul
llieir illipnilallae anil value. I fivl
"ilnn thut our nvii* oouadll will
heartily  welcoam the diacuaahNl ha om
Bond   al   lhe  ipieslluli  ni  aalllerof  pre*
oedantu uf theaa Imptovemanli mul anv
"ther kimlnil  topica,
I hi'ii' i- uii" pulilii- inipi'oieini'nt mt
would nil like very much lu sec I Ihink
and ihul is a public I,'Icphnne service.
I do uul wish lo run down uur ule-
phaiiii* iiinipany in any way.   I hey are
oal in inaki* money aad taa pcoriaioa
iln-y iniiki' fm the publii' sa'i'ina-must
alwii- Ih' dominated by ihe naaillim
"ttill it  pay?''  The aorthwaat    pro-
i iiia*i*s Iihvi. set us n splenlitl i-\ iinpl,*.
An- wi' i;aiina; in follnw it '! Tlia- a om,
mittii> minhl innsiiler lhe ipusiinn anil
ili aw up a ie-ululi,,n [ur ilisa ussi an by
llu*  11,,,'U.l.
I.   llll'.  PUBLICITY COMMITTEE
iiinl.'i Mr. I'l'in's Venial mul ublti
guiding will nni Ih> idle, Imi ih„yv,ill
'Ci*iainly have In appeal lu y iu lur
imnl- to "ani  un llieir good unrk.
•. ill It RECEPTION COMMI" I I'.I',
l*"l In Mr. II. II, Muidaii will |„.
P" i.'d thia year lo n.i tbe pan uf a
Canadian (Tub in our city. If >broagi
• heir instruin. inalin ».* can have thl
phsisiire mid hoaet iif enliitiiinin*.'
-"tti"  ni'ialili* gUntl durini;  llic   venr
llie   "omillill    will   aln   us   ,<\a.lle||l .,;
I  would MgfMl  lhat a   ninalest
111   thi.   a IlllinUlll-a'      In
weight. Alio let mc Ugl '.hat th..
I1IH..I- of the li'easuiy l»' nul lorgottan
anal Ihul ynu give n hearty inviiiitiun
lu all intamtad in nur wurk iai i,am,*
nnd join uur Ilnunl.
Wl have n i-nininuiiily iia'll wuiih
Working Inr whether ynu think nf thi'
lll-'li aliil wnlllt'll whu hav.' Itlaili' I lien
llnlll"- here nr  aaf  lhe  llll'lll'lll   l.'-utlia'.'s
and attraction of nur Worth Shane,
and if we ull wilh nne a.vnrd pul our
shniihlers In thc whi-el we aan realize
uur hjghaal e\|K'atn(inns.
In raw biding lhe reinaiks, permit
nn* In suggest thai at tills llli-cting we
iippiuni   n   small   ...iiiuiit:.*.*   tai opn
(Continued un pagi I)
Preiident'i Addreai
MilllU'l-  a.f  lha    Bond nf Tiada*:
li i- mi   privilege noa   lo  a lab*
inu a- I'lv-ulitit uf ihe Board, and I
,1a,   *,,   Ulul"!    a   il",p   -a I* f   lh"     le
,inlin   luii have   laid   "pun me.
I uiai again lhank yoa fm yuai    I
,  I, ,i   ,*     in,|    fu|     |||"    ll**llnl    .Ullf.ll.lt   nil
III,*.        |    il-k    ia-     HUH    kinal    I III I 111 1_ .11. a-
I.*        |       .li**'   -hull   nl   mm    Imp*
fui i..'ii  li-'.uii   pnaiion   iu any
 llll-al
Though uui Board ol Tradi is  unt
a,   ,n ,*ip,,ia'..l  liudv,  nur i.   il
i  mth executive poena la pub
lia iiliiui , i: i   a body thai i
ni/eil  all  thiiiiiLTi ('nnu,la  a-  llu* '■■'-'
ini'dium tu wat*h aaver unal al- ., ,.p th"
a a allllll.'l a li|l     lllta'"*-!*,    llf    H    I, tminU II111 .
ami iii "i otarata with th.' rivii * oui
ll-   in   all   ihal   lllaka-   fnl   lh.   public
Though ih" Board is • initable mi
ilniin fm a (aii minded auul Undi) a rl
nf   thoM   wlm   an*   *n   ..'liiini mi
a*, ii   i iiiiiii ils,   ,1   i-   tu,'   thl   pla.e
ur the mediae, to f.. tei 'in' dvi * on
I  " .ap,lal|*,||   mth    tll"   "Ilia*   a'lllin
nls   would   become   impowdMe  ware
'I iiiiniin
hv wmihl   .ii|l,*i
In uu  a  i.. i,   the |n  I,,   *   Hni nf aan
Board would hi tanag boal tin-' ear} much m-aaia**! a*
a'      I    Ilil     a |   |,   ||     nf      ||||.     lllelll. TllOUgll      W .•    Itlll-t      llll
pi'    paCtl   nf   aa.||    ,itl    anal   all-ltl'l   and    lllll    ill"   li'll    tart}    boal    I-   tm'    'I*     "I
11."   than in'i Is* i'i*"    I*   i" In   re
1,1"  fm    *    I"  hii"   il i    ai mii   inke   OOgnim ihal   lh" al, l.n   ,1,,,.- *,,,:  bm
.1     -lip' I'll"    'Ila lllll. I       irt    aaf     III     llll'    bUlldl'l-    allll     lllll       III*    illlillnf
I"* I     Ulll Wlll'la* I     ifl        tll       "I.iall III      ||,.l
l|'|ll"l       llf    "\|    I.||       I'"     -Hit     lllllllll     llpull     lllllll.     W"      lllll-l
mii,   and   ,11 aougratulati th.. larry dlnctonoc
d"    lllllki'    III        Illlt    ..f    Iiii.I    i-.a    ai,      ill'    I II.II** llll    aall',.a|n"    [|*u|n    ll	
"   ll uilliullltl* '■ lllll     lh*    -aall's    bll-illa-.    llllll    a*.    lha*    -ll'p     llll'l
iniui  wlii, baMOVI  iiii'l  i'l   n-  if   their   hai" laken  in lown    thl lam and lu
whole intee •   wan bound ip with the baprovi   ihe acooauaodatloa   un  the
ommunlty am I in !"■ ■ el bo                 nmltl a will nc
iiillui                                              a a    nj,  I*, ti,,. medium n. watch dil<
lurther   ii-                  a'l  iimi   iln* L-a-mli fn opponunltlm lo further thi
-ii.iin.-a-i Incentive! In U* patriot, ..l bridgi   in.l railwaj  undmiaaing,   mnl
the put.-i typi   Mm ua* hau*  niani »c will ai.   Ii.hl' have diflorenl   mil
ttt u   'a'  promotl   uii-'llihlv    ami   iiai  ,ta*.ipn.     I.,    uiii.|.*i.
liable than  laa iiury nul  llien   wnrk
ii. Till:   LEGISLATION  COMMIT-
I'LL    I.     pr,-lal,s|   an .1     III    Caauneillor
BridgBMB tu w ha am we must nil ex-
lend « eat} beam} aalaaM as a member of mu UONtive. Tin- imnmittee
nun nut al present have so niueh work
iniliiiiinir legislation n» in   wnlrhing it
■mai keetifaa tta Baaed alviaad iwio
ilanner-   nluud.     ffe   hnve ,Ana   up-
|aa*ill*'l   |0   tlM   linlaintllellt   fur   II   IPVU-
Ml      aaf    UUI     III 11II11 ip|| |    |„W,    |>IJ |     i,|l|||n
II will Ih* nf inier,*.t to notiiT what
■nil I.* lln. result in thi. ...nm. luan nl
lhe L't-ll' l il ii'Vlsion ol lhc Stntulc
Law uf th.* pruvin.c now being mnde.
Hue ihing I wuuld like 10 tn nml
hai is bettn fueiliticti fnr a in iininil
and laii-niia-- training in uur public
•choola, It is positively lameninhlr
lhe ab-,,lute unlitncmi nf many nf nur
gag people after ihey laava ichool
bar ii lui-iii*..- "in.ri. It I,,,, prnictl
lhe ruin and iindung nf ninnv a line
young   man   mid  cnu«isl  the Iom   of
la-t -Ulll. uf lll.ani.y. I) j, jo^ (0
llal.' a,Iir lill-tn.-ss a,,llei;es. but whi
hull'   WC   not   got   Ml, h   aolaVucs   lllialei
llu- enntrnl of our school boards. Germain c-iics iiii, whole world a grenl
liinl in ramet aif technical nnd bu-i
ii.-- aiiiiaminn nnd her example .houhl
In. followed.
Rut time 9m imi permit mc lo en-
l«gl aan  th,*  mailer,  thnt mun  como
baton lha membaWaddp coaaiHai (d
whiah Mr. Wnnds is ihnirmanl or lha'
l'"ini-t- .iii.l Sattlers' Commilt..' .Ir
neted by Mr. Hillings, bui ihere nra*
iwa, tnaation whkh I h,,p,* ihe Agrl
'ii'iin. ami Munii*.. r.immiii",* il,*,| |»
Mr. Iliiiu*.| will t„ke up. Tun., ami
tcuti appeal kn Iwn made t.i lhc
govarnmeni laa ai|ien up ronds lo fiva*
in thc mines oa lha Linn nud
Nainia.iir ar,.,k., hill MthiOg has vet
mt ih.n-. Thi. ihould ngnin U*
I'1 '•    Thi. ,*nmmitt.c mighl    nlso
Ink"   up   lha*   apia.-lluti   nf   wnler   COMer
i ii" i whnh i- | eery In,* a,In,., t an I
..ill- fur naaideratlM ol e\|.*rts. N,,
lli.l'ldl-ln   ha.  ,\pii*.-,.d  hi-   will,n*:ni'--
i" ii i ihi- rommlttea un ihni   .ub*
1,1   '!"'  P'i-1   'hi' illlll f  lhe  lliiatu,
■ a.llllllill,,. |1;,i,. |,sii nllly Ma.Mlltlltl. bill
"I'll    la,'ll    a* Ml    I   wwdd   like ihnt
■ ■ .iiiiiiiir... inmi.*, gaid nL. ,,f Mr, Bad
I'liiii   I.,  lak"  up   several  impnrtiiui
III ill. a
I. lh- pmiimiiiaii g| tl„. muv-menl
'"r u ' "'i'l' nn "( Field Knginecr. in
Worth Vancoaver and irrangiag fm
.rn anaon ud al~.. the fortheraa I
tin* Hm Sa .nil- movement. Both in,
ttian-iii.nis  ,,f gnat laa. al   , alll,,  and   II
I        aal     ill.'    UlfnUst     llllj,. ,| | „|„ ,,    ,|,.,,     ,|,|,
r***iiai laka* oogaiaan f them.
-'    Uur city  nml diitricl   me   lieint;
"llll       pi-jlllli.asl
Adjourned Meeting
of the City Council
llnlll,-dai I'lenillL'- inea'ling of lhc
ril}     ailUllill    da*v,'|u|Hsl    itito   11   aliscils
sion uu thc in tiun  tu lie Itikeii relutive
laa   ill"   ful lh",llllllll,'   sllll    bliallL'ht       I'l
Messrs. Lell and Lon-dala' iu auinicitinn
with I). I,. Bt, and acnielll i-. .lay
sewer pi|ae.
Lallals   were   read  from :
Liaalii II. I'...-., -e.aviary nf lhc I n-
inll uf It. C, llllllli-ipillllies i—plesliili;
thnl lhe iitv send n full ri.pre-enlu
lion In lh- miiiual miH'tiiii; nf 1I1-...11
vi'iiliuii tu I.' Ih'IiI al Saliunn Aim mi
lliui-alai, Nnv, llltlt. The Mnynr nml
Aid.   Ma Kan*   wi'iv   appialniial   11--    tlu*
city's  llt'll-gllles.
A   hllCi'll    -iL-Ha'd   |N'liti"ll   WIls   ta*,,*il
■il from proporty owaan nn Uiih
-tiis'i between Chnlerlaid nml Mnhmi
Ala*, tai hnve that sis'tiou cleiirisl uini
griidisl ami a BakkWalh  iuiisIiucIihI un
a'illla-1* -lal.. ||lsi) II -ll.l'l light nil ilia'
aalll-l    aaf    Uilh   llll.l   I llaslerlielil   lu'lnre
lhe .-..III rninv wa*aihi*i  ,.a*i- in.
Aid. MeNeish lh,nlihl lhat -mm* nf
the aigniilurcs  wa*ia* owners mi  Mahi.n
Ala*,   llli.n    ll.uk   hail  Usui   ilulie.    The
slreet  at  pie-etit wns only in lhc na
Hire of ai  wngon  Haul    It wa-  tin
nsl  Iai the llunrd uf Worki lo re|Kir
on.
ln  roiiti"* luan   wlih  whut s'aiul (he
aaallU'll    -llnuLI     lak"    in    -'I |'|'a'I 1 I IlL'     'll'
engineer in the neliun bruught by .1.
P. Pell aliil II. II. Mcyvood, I nn.
'bile, i.apniiiii.' lhe cnginoT lu shuw
i-a a, - hy lh- |ilnn of I). L. «hou|,l
nol  pass.
Aid. Irwin moved ihul llie Mninr
mid Aid. M. Nau.li uml Smith bc a
'ommittw. tn take up with -ity -nli,,'
ir aiul Inke -u.h na tiun n- they .a*
lil.
Mr.  I'.  K.  .Ina-ksain, representing lhc
aili/an-'      a aalllnilttli ,    slllll    1 hey      W   le
tat} mivinus In see thai the |.isili,.n
lhc Mnynr ainl wiirinci should u"'. hi
pnfadkad   by    nny   lack   of  iup|Kirl
fl'iln   tl II   sullailnr        'lh,.   a|,pT,*i
ul of a suli'ln i-iuii plnn, amitaaag i<
lhc Muiiiaipnl (Tiiu-c. lit, Uid en
iirely with lhe Mnynr nnd engineer
ami -•> lung ns ihnic twn were m-ni
Iver. nf lhe a .ulna i| tha*y shnuhl be .up
ported by lhe iin suliiitm. The
'lammillre did not wi>h ihnt lhe en-
fin.st -Imnl.I fee! thnt hc wni bcvinc
lhe liuidin aif withholding hi. sig
nalure.
Aid. Smith |uainlcil mil the facti of
lha< plana- a- fnllnws : He snld that
wh-n lhi- preliminnry plum were pul
Inline lhe "nllii. il Ihey were unanl
ninusly passcL Thai ttm hIhiiiI 'wo
year, ago, (If laic tlu-y annic up n
gain in n-gulnr form nnd were   ngnin
Ull,llliuiuu-ll    aaa*,*pl,a|,
II- MBted In knain Jial pa.-iiinn he
Wallllll Is' ill if ha' -Ila.llial lllll'll Up ill"
.IH.'lll«-.-l
Mr.   .link- mil   thei.*  hn.l   Us u   i
mi-nppirheii.imi  all  through.   II*
l*i,iuit. ami .inning uf the plnn. lm.I
mih llu* Mninr nnd engineer nml   hail
uilh (he 'iiuna'd.
Ihl. Munii - iiii ihat when th.
hininari    plan-  were  •ubmin.-l      nil
'I |'l"i's|   -I ly   hail   „   nialur    niaal
. ll-llla.T,
Mi,   \.   I.  ILndei-oii .„ii| that   the
aaaiiiuil   ..il.i not  Ih. nparalad from
I nuiii'vi.     ttluii  ih,* ,*iv*ui,s*r   nn
-iiansl ihe  .iimini.ii- lM. wn.  lh. ia*  i.
ity engineer, but ihey were imt inin-
|»Th'd    taa.        Ila*    -aid    111'   woill I    ll-f, I   I
Mr. Bean if ra'apiii'-'l.
Aid. Irwin -aid lhc snliattur had BO
kn..iui until ihal in.lining tlmt a pr.*-
\ i.ui- plan nf II. I.. SH had li—u ta
ci-i I.
Hi. did  lml   think   the cnumil   wen
,'\|H'i leal    tn   luu k    Up   tile   .'lll'lll'.T     ill
uliali'ial*   -latiil   In*   might   lake,        'l 111'
.'niin.il had approved nf lh,. plana no
far n-   they  rnuhl.
"i'ln*     Maim     a-ki'd     tlint    a    r. su
liiiiuii Is' paaaed authorfadag ihe citj
-aa||, ilnl*    tu    ink"    till*    llliltli*!*    ill    Illlild
uul ili'fauul tin* anglnaaf.
Aid.  Irwin  eoatandad  ihnt  in   mm
in- fm  I aialiiiniili*- in Is. fuim.'il lh t)
wen givea lull powee tram Ike wm il.
Ahl.  Sahuli/  -aid  iliai ih-  mayor
and  Aid.   MeNeieh  had  made   "-nam
tv.iiiiiini'iululioiis  io  lhe council  in re
paal   to lha  plan mid ilu*  eoancU
(Coatinaad mi page %]
BRIDGE AND RAILWAY PUNS
lilina- fmm Ottawa Indicate ih il
lh- V. «. k V. Hallway Co, ha- bit
tariy oppoaad ilu- It. I. Tunnel   and
Bridgi   I  aalllpaln    ill   -Iall    11,11    |   I'll*
In iha-nt. The Miiu-l-r iif llailiiai-.
Imu* i'i, -u-lailiisl ihe Bridge Co'l,
l,„ aliuti plalls, but lha- luiiiii* u.a- n>
ien,sl Is-fure lha- railway a ianiuii--luti
ers and llu* ban than ha- nnl i-t
Is.'ii iinnuiiii'isl. Nu dniih i ,, ..
lailnsl hut Ihal lha- piilili* iiiI-ii* l
will   preiail   in   II   ililllest   aaf   this     till
tnre.  tttan HcWaughl is ictlve   .ind
Iia* ha- main ii-.niaii* a*- in "ii-uiiia*.*,*
hun. A- -aaa.ii as th,* rnilwn ■ - - it a
mis-iuiiers niii' nam  'he malta'r   of
llli*   bridgi   plllll-   Will    lli'V    hl'.a*   Ua   Is*
taken up in lhe publii- w..*k- ,,n<l the
marina' and li-ha*ii.- ilepaitntaui in
, aln iiiii ihaur tcapiir.uirntl a. lo details Isf.aie tha* linal plans Ml Is-pre
p inl Hits, hnwei-r. will m,t tak-
loag and we mav  |a„,k, f,,rivanl    with
L'alaaal   li*.|s*   t,,   hallllg   Clill
lean work.
greauy   pruaoMad   in   ihe   politl d
hi by the .tnre „( ,,ur provincial 'Venal ihe my,  ll.. wn. Rotated
"''"     ll-N*     1   hma*   tievr ngatdad W   I""  imsilim,   n-iniding  t,,i'.
Ihii M a parly ,p„.s,in„    I,  i, i„,||„ ,„., „, (|„,i(U j( „
I'll'll     llil-r-s-   III   even*   .ense    a.f „,,                   ',     "", "*"   "
word ihni every ,p„*i,r„.,| ,1,,*,,,   ,„ " |,r I'1""-    " tu wiihlmhl   inu,
I ill *a*d mi 1 h.--.- h.ts.   Hi* .lium  *, la,i, II""1   '"'in    him   vmi   withhold   n
*l    paapillailll'l,    a.f    „ 1,0„,    r,.(«m     ,,.,      'Ii. H**lll    I he    "Iti,"      ||,,     ,,,„.,„,,.,|       ,    ||
Nmlh  Mime   bul   if w,  b„,„  n,„     p., N||    j-(|g|
"'"   "ii the N'orih Rhore rotei    li-
i-t
"'II   With   lhc   re,pi|.«|    lln
uini     ui  ..iliu-   think Hi  lis'       Wa' '"-',"*r ■*!« not be |.l..**.l   a
Imi-  inin.b,*.l-  of m.n .lulv  qualiled '''vantage whaa tha,
ih" provincial hfiilatnn ma I   I II i     c   ''","'   "fialan
inim-diala.il   „fi,.|   || ,, i  I,     |'„,-|, repb,s| thnt n  ,,,
neat year,   May  wi „„. „.i ,,,,   | imanata  nl  the Um     Then *
 wnHtai '" beep  ■" ■>  i*„ _aH u . ,t .'  J
""    '»'"""'    fa   lhat    '"um-tiain   »„.l ll"" '  » " ^ •»"' " -li""!'! »"'
1     ihl)   bring in n itcolution lo   h- l""  ""'m "" " c|,5'*
I l»   'h- Boagd KU,   Irwin naked  ,1  ih,
■   I'" '""-I- ePPoriun  ...  p..- ,„..,„■,., had „.,. dfaad .1,   *'
loi  n |"..i  „lli... imiiiiin*.! mul   battel ,,„,.„ __  ,
naiUadUtta     \i„ri, ,h and othai '    '  7r"1	
line-   mir   Board   und   Iti    aiu-'aa             ",1V"'    mi.wri.,1   tlmi  h
' !"      ibel ,1,iiiii   .in , iiini-l  il„.  |i|„n.   ,1,,.      „|   |
''""' "■       ''"""I mr again In   i-k |,„..„| by hv |„h
lhe hem,.    ..,..|»i,iti,,ii,   nol  ."ilv nf
 miniiicmeii, bm a.f ever   aa i
il,.
iid   ihal lh
Iiei    lha'    nur   wmk
may
hau full ld*»l 'I'"1 iW. an,„„ii   taad
DISTRICT COUNCIL
Th- regular nusling uf lhe lli-lri'i
Council wa- bald lasl eicning. Coun*
a'illui Bridgman was in lhe chair in
lit.' al.-,'in- ul lhe i,*i*ii*.
All   tic "aiiiiiillurs  Ware pre, ul.
11- f.illuwing cuircspuiul-noe was
feud :
I'Vuin Um, 'liiiii-i ii-ktin; lur n mt*
L'uii road In hi- propert] al lhe corner ..I (tyaaa itnat tad Kahoa  Ave.
I|.'f.*'l-a| in ill, |'„1.ml ,lf Waalks ll, C
pull.
Prom A.  II.  Ni,   -tating lhat tiuth*
in- lm- ban 'Inn. In regard toakar.
in- nir lh- blii-h aan lli,, -id,*- nf lha
■tml ami blowing slump- mi M.lli'aa
'ca*'- lie. iu ll. I . KU, and replacing
th.*  laat   -takes  mi   iln'  property   liln'.
It wa- reaolvad to  .ul a mpy  of
llu* lei ler In llu* S-yiiiu I, I nulls*!* (',,,
wlm an ih,. "utitru, i.-i* I. lilding the
ruad.
l'i.un I'hilip iN Cmnaiiaii, offering tl
ii thouaand fur .all the merahantabla
limls'i* ,,n 111 a-res in II. |„ s-| tjr
i iin.i.ut was pnaanl mel -tai-.l thai
then ii.* ,* between 11,'hkI and 1,11)0
hat,
* "..nn.   Mian  Is'liei-d  ihal   In   ,li--
lll't   WOnM   Is'  BM  aal   *<IUII  iih.:i*l by
retainiag it.  li tne laid ovet fur fur-
Ili. r ...ii-iilaTalinn.
IT.uu   .Inhn   Plan   making applies
lia.II    |0|     IBO    fll't     llf     |Jf,Hi:     | a ,,|,1       |,,
hi-  pi..|siiy  in  block HI,  ll.  I..   ln.T'1
tla*.| I *i|ii|iinu. II -nial ||,. was pie
pond laa tlllil"! ,,11 the Wnrk llI111-s.-lf.
BaqUMl Wa- al.,, Uadl fur the relilln
.f M'l .l,.|a,|.i,,.,| u|, tl,,. Philip ruad
""".I* I   whnh   ih.'l   dul   m.l   .It'll    up.
"n  muli I   wa-   i. ..Ii.sl   llml  lhe
 u.ll ...uld llnl -as* il- Will laa relilln  lhe  lllull.l.
I he    nsple-t     fur    II ,  laaaial     a
l-'i'd lu il aginn to npurl a*.
t-rnin (has. Iiouhl appli mg (a.r   r-
uii|M.|i-e f,,r clearing th- l.,.ul.*v,*ual in
fl"lll aaf III- |' 1 <a|s,■ I l\ III III,* weal )
"I   laal    I.   blaaak   li.   |l.    I       .'ll'a'.l.        |l,.fer-
red tai iha. an-iiiisi iii 1,-jH.rt on.
1 i "tu  V.. .1.  II. I 'ai •litinl 1  rispi,-linL'
pm i lm boabvatdiaaag la hlook '23
II. L. B63, lh,, aeoount wa- lor trjn.
U.la'ii.sl to the enginaur t,, re|s.rt.
tltm I iiit.tatmrvei italfag tint ha
wa<   making   inquiries   rcganling   the
la.ti'l raquiml lor a mud to llu mc
tery in D. L. H'i.  Kilcl.
I a iu .1. Mua.re .Inling thai he
had   ni id.*   ui fOtin   at   to lhc p. i .
naiad fo, a -tup .,( land ,„ boat ol
lha* ., hu.al m Nmth Lain-alnle, bhs-k
2, II. I., M. lining Vei l-t long nnd
Tl f-a I ll, depth. lhe pli*e a.kisl wa"
BM9   It  m  laid mrr.
Imin Hin Pugaley, Mim-terof Pub-
In lla.ik.. Ottawa, -laiing ihnt he
I llml a •imt .laiin deed would
Is* -ulin nnt (an th. II .Ly I, irn wharf,
lull he wmihl i.fer t i,, In. depart-
unin  Isfui.. taking uny n-'mn.       lie
u-kas! (ur pla I  ih- wharf.       11,*,
I in loroaid tha
pinna  in (Ittiiwn.
From   I. McCarthy, making applit a
Ilnn faai  300 f.s'l  of na.idway 00 How-
ia. bil property, hat 21, blank
l».    II.    I       rial      II,.   ,,tl-r-il   to   do     'lie
w.uk himself a. fullnwi I :'l f,,,,t
'nnl IN, md a 111 foot Mad Ud. Ii
■aa- ia*fa*ii.sl to the riicin's-r lai teporr.
I'"in '■)■ ' llu .11, Bl - I .ml
Harriagtoa   mldag  In  pninnui  ,4
I 1 a     . * , ,,|t  ,i
Will,     ll    w ,. lefrl-1,.1 taa   lhe   -l.l • itOC.
I i  ■   H    I' I  .   II.  C,  H.
ai-kini; ihai lha di -l'i I nd ia*pre»n
lativci tai tbe annual as,mention at
Salm..ii    Uni m.   Rpe,   Huh. I In*
I aiisaai,    aa,*re      ap
|H,i|i'as|   the   'll.lll'I',   llck-g
limn i a'l i i.iL -luphaiai  adeWn
Ihal   .il'la*.*   una.
Ill    lha*   all-111. ■    «aa   Is Illg    nlloWe.1    tu
lla,W      ihaWll     aan     lha* III
lha  ag thai    »•
■ a"" i- ttmtay thi. ituul.i.
I'■■   ... in., i  .lain) tha'  :hc inalles
bad i—n aiiemli-d to.
aailag In
an    additional   ti   grant    pcovidhtg
Iimt n iironk' lighl in li.anl "I
Ult  ll
* Ick   wn>   balm led   lo rrfil)-
thai ll was a,at ,af tl,,* louin ,|-„ jj__\
li • mi.
I rom  .1.   I
'"•ud   ('■'     i   rood   f..i   Mr   fj. Telferv
I'      I    .1    |l ne;,   mi    I .
• "ii"n af affai" nl a ro«d
""I     I   I ' na    I illii        It   ia ,.   allei"
' *ns'«s|   In  ihr  .ilv  water
• ■■ik   bal  ll I by
wh,
al.ala.l   II    1.1,   ||   plilala     Isallldlll*.   pi  |   ,
I      I I a. II.   all   M'alk.'*
ng fui   pirliiulur-  In run
v  Miihci. h. »,a|, ih« n|| i,.,
i '   -ire. i  eail  nl   ll _________„_________
RATEPAYERS'   I \l I I in I   WII I
OOHSIDKa < IMIN I sim li
PIPE
I   nn.lini.'  hn"  lien  a ailed  fur    ihi-
eicning ul the e\-autile of Ihe   North
\ alla-nllla I    Hal-p a*a \      *, mtiaau  nn
rei|Ucsl nl thus.' mien*-i"l in ,,*in,*n'
sewer pi|.' Inr ullli/alinn in the n'y'
-ewaiai;,'   -i-ta*m.     Al la.l   Miinday'-
mcling aaf  ih uii'il  a d.
favnr nl lay pipe wa. arrived al. Mr.
'    \    M Nair,  representing the    com
puny  apiake in lhe inlere.I. aaf      II t.!.
pi|S' Ile iai also a rntcpayei in Nnrth
Vatiaouver and for Ihii Inl U-r reniuti
hc i. .triingly aaf the opinion Ihnt the
• in will he reverting back lo the
■ lark, age by adopting clay pi|«' I I iy
pijic wa. itrnngly rcommended by thi-
engineer and mani of ihe aldermen
thaiught lhat they were itarling out
on a .af- haii. by al" luring in fanm
of clay.
ONLY THREE LEFT
Tlnn. only remain- of all lhc local
|.'iitia,ua in the distri. t of V.ith Van
..nn,, lor hs-al impiiiietni'llt work
thr.s laa be -ii-ncd wilh th. la ,111 it
number of owneri' .Ignatnre. lhi
arc lhc Lynn Valley road, lh. llul
ley raaad and Keilh ron'l hU I
a-iac-ealink'ly iin|sirtafi( thai i>
signed  up  al   a,n  earlv  date  ...   'hat
.-all-   (as.I]  y    ul    |l„
 in ll   aaala  I.'.   In  a  la'l.-' 'I'
"■sl iii'n ,ff... I.   Taking  IBIO
ation  that  the ,i,unil  i«  offering   In
I'll    I,,|lf   aaf    ill.     *.*   |    nf   |l.e   |a.    ,1    alia
'    ..lit    nf   the   L'a|>'l'll    fnml-   |l
ihoiichi    lo hi an  np|H.il'iniii     i1* il
•li.*  I md   mi",   ab'illmg    mi    "a •■
■ | I In I*'  impnii.sl mil
It* I-       I | un.        llllf
lilll    I.'   -a.n-llhl.sl   wil   l|    ll.e
Isnelil- I"   'he pr,,|« i'i  in Inn ile'ia
"( ar- Igand aaui.     In   lh*
1 ue tii pay all  lh.
*epl    tlie    inlcrwslinn  .
' ige<
PROPOSED PRESENTATION
ag   in    aiiu'her   column   i-
, I
BM  Ol   III        'l    pa.ap,
laiiilnii pul.I    .iil-eeiipimn f .
in I. pn .1 1 to Hwie Mc
-  li.'l of  hi    -.iv n *..n
■iiih    'he    -* ,.nl    Narrow
pmjnt.       lb,,     -ul*.   *i|al|,,n     a-
i"l'inl.|IV      anal    ||.a     loltMliBg
la       la,      '
II.
nun! nn Page fl.) TWO
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
v>^ueS«(r.'r^iV^W^Wi^WyWiW^l^M>
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Values in Silver Plate
V iai si ii r, the ait uf ail ver plating was  lust in>
trod need haa a higher grade ol koihIs been placed
on the market in any country Uian that which is
prnilu ■ ,1 in uui Moutreal lactones.
Tlf wi ui:*.: i'lil'i''. ul lilver-plate dependi
ti|iaiii tin weight "I lhe plating, anil the quality ol
lln- liaae metal, li il in thoie particular points
i'n it mi plate ware i xceji thai o| the best American
in .I, i nm plating i-. oi tin heavieit and the bne
'il'ij; ilils hard nickel-silver.
Wi in ike "nli one quality ol this ware, which is
lh*  laa si.    |l has the liiia-lines anil rich appearance
tlui. while u possesses a durability
v,ill reiiat the weai ol agei
HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD.
I lia nl M- ia hauls and |ewellera
  I. I
|i,.,t,.r Hastings & Granville Sts.     J-
Adjourned Meeting
of the City Council
(Continued from papi 11
*_    Wlnn yu'.i deal at the Lonsdale Pharmacy you
gc\ exactly whit you ask (or at the right price.
"j|    S[K-cial attention paid to prescriptions and family
rrcijws.	
Tll    Wt- caiav | complete linr o( Stationery and Drug
Sundries.	
Telephone L 29      A j TYson. p,.».       Cor. Lonsdale & 8th
NOKTH LONSDALE
One acre close to City Boundary.
Price $1100. Terms $575 cash
Bal. $75 every 3 mos. at 6 per ct.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
11  Lonsdale Avenue
Phone*—Office 24      How 22      P.O. Boi 60
Free Piano Lessons
For Six Months
given to EVERY PURCHASER ol a piano during the
month ol November hv the
Warburnitz Piano House, Limited
AND SCHOOL OF MUSIC
4-B 1 .onsdale Ave.
JUST OPENED
(LAVKR1K  fr   ARCAND have just opened on Firit
Street, East, an up-lo-date
GROCERY STORE
wlntr lie |,iil,lu will In MR I" find a good and Iresh assort-
mmt ol Grooml ud ProtwioM, I'ruils and Vegetables in
season,   f Mr Arc and was wilh F, Filion of Vancouver
foi the last eielil \
CLAVERIE d ARCAND
Gem  Theatre
lli'^l SI   WI-.M
\-'IM II VANCOUVER
Thii Powerful Program for Friday and Saturday
t..nia-laal .nd tlir tun.
Mrplnala, «nd ttia  M.kI
l.ul   I litl.lioa,
I ia.ul,Ira of  .11  Am.lflir Dvl«Cli*«
Srhaa.il l„i Lov* M.k.ra
\S'iiHIMINT   ill
AEROPLANES
llll  -1 KA I! li soM.     Fra.m Ya,iiM)i>.r Hi.rl lo Min.
One llaatn  mil On  (In,nl'i r.ntrrlainment
IA   (* < lamm-niiri 7 III Shmp 1 A   P
lU-DC ,.„„„ Mmmm IU-jC
MATINEE SATURDAY  2:30  P.M.  SHARP
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FOR SALE
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NORTH  VANCOUVER  MUNICIPALITY
Subdivision of Block 27, D.L. 599.   Large lots on high ground, two blocks from Capilano cariine
Extension.   Prices $450 and $500.   Easy terms.
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY
13  Roomed Modern House
8 Roomed Modem House   -
$8000.00  j One block west ol Grand Boulevard,
$7000.00   I Term-   • cash, bal. 6 and 12 months.
MAHON, McFARLAND & PROCTER, LTD.
Phone 6286 Cor. Pender & Seymour Sts., Vancouver
For Plane. Price
Liiti & P«rticukri
Apply To
fetfU
PORT
THE CONTRACT lias been awarded for thc construction of a wharf
1000 feet long at the upper or Eastern end of the Townsite.    This
would indicate that the East End of the Townsite will be developed first.
We are selling full 5 acre blocks in Section 13, Block 5 Norlh, Range 1
West of the Coast Mtridan. These have good view, are practically level
and very light clearing. Price $550. Per acre $900, cash and the balance in 9, 18 and 27 nonths. These will show a handsome profit before
Spring.
Fl r furlhor particulars call on or address
ALV0 v ALVENSLEBEN, LIMITED
4 Lonsdale
CAaFT. C ANIH" "N v
DICK'S
FIRST COMPLETE SHOWING OF
NEW FALL SUITS
for GOOD DRESSERS
100 Navy Blue and Black Clay Worsted Suits,
Guaranteed Fast Colors.   Special Price   -    -
$15
200 West of England Worsted  Suits in all   (J»<1A
the Latest Styles and Colors.    Special Price   yL V
Our Motto is:
"High Class but not High Price"
WM. DICK, Jr.
"The Clothing Man"
33 HASTINGS ST.
WATCH FOR THE
BIG ELECTRIC SIGN
Phone 219
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 *l   lH'*ll I"   I' ,ll'*|'l"   I. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THREE
AN UNUSUALLY COMPLETE
SHOWING OF FALL COATS FOR
CHILDREN AND MISSES
JTJ AN assemblage of these garments here that
_\ will interest every mother who seeks a new coat
of any desirable kind. The offering embraces models
in both the long and reefer styles in all the most popular cloths and shodings.     ::::::::
Dainty little cream coats in Caslinlnr. SoTfl, Coat-
Silk, Hear Cloth, Corduroy Valval ami Broadclothi
arc shown in a (real raoga of pretty styles for ages i
to 4 yeara.
Smart Reefers in Navy, Kid, Black and White
Shepherd Check ami tan in attractive coating mat'
in,ils In re in a grunt variety for all ages from l to 16
yeara
(llnl.Inns' ami Misses' long coats in Cheviots, Sai
tea, Twills, Conltroy Velvets, Caracal, Flannels,
Blanket Clothes ami Broadclothi are offered in nnm-
I'luiis .,l\|, s .mil colon fnr all ages
11,i ii. I si nne novelty coati lor imall children are shown
in line quallity -ilk anil cashmere in cream ami other
paatel slimlt s.
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
575 Granville Street. Phone 3541
ALEXANDER P. RKILLY
Teacher of
Artistic Pianoforte Playing
Norlh Vancouver,   Saturdays
Studio Address, 939 Davie St. Phone R.5732.
Vancoaver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. t. STI'IN | CO.
CHAMEIBD 	
 ACCOUNTANTS
jiy I'eitdi-r street, Vancuuver
and
Norlli Vancuuver
ARCHITECTS
E STANLEY MITTON M.I.C.A
ARCHITECT
413 Granville Street
VANCOUVER, B. C
aaiHb
Kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and lYmlir Sts
The only up-to-date and reliable bath house in British Columbia.
Wi cure where others fail
Satisfaction guaranteed ur in
I'.iv Plain baths, electric bath
shower baths, massage fur bo
ilv, Klip and faie ; eliciro liter
.ipeiitk' baths .1 sin 1 i.illy.
JOS. KAIXETHB, PROP.,
C.r.itluate of Ilerlin, Curinam
BUSINESS COLLI-GES
SPROTT-SIWW
Business Institute
}\k Hastings Sl   W
Canada'a Griatial Waturn School
R. J, Sprott, H.A., - -Manager
PITMAN'S
Business College
h,U Seymour st,, Vaiuuuver
Day siliuul u|ieii all   the   year
mumi.   Night sclmol loinnieiii
is SepU-inbii  Sth.
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
Canadian Detectlvi Boreal :—
Officei t-virv where
Vaiii-iiiii.r llllia,*       -i'.i  I ni|*ii.'  llliK'lt
Hi iii'iniK"ni. waP.        tham Ml
W. W. WKI.SII
Cielieial Sii|ierilitellilciit
LADIES' HAIRORtSSING
PERMANENT IIAIU Win:
Kveey In.ii   la.iij;-to li.ue wavy Imir.
ll i< man  uilliin the ivarh ei   every*
■ nir.   I'm a-.a,,,,, years rut hair has been
penaaaaatl* aravad, bin tha praeaaait
llinl In UMI Vaa li>'i si'ieiv (,,r it
lii Ik* applied 1,1 hair on the head,
lint now s,*ien,*e haa disaaaivrt'd a tna--
t li.i.I  In   iiim I,  the  hall anil  lie  iiiiv.'il
lllllliallt   inllllV    to   hail   aal*   *.**,*|l|l.       Thl'
11.111*   iiill   aol   ivn-li   mil   aiul damp
araalhar i'ill mn aflacl it. iha* pew
• ■■ - laaiaa il"1 hafa tail aad aaw. li
tins ln'iinne lhe rafl ill Paris, I.on-
alaaii   iiiiiI   llll   Ilia*   Iul"    allies    ol    the
Matt,*-, Bpaalal i.ui- he eu niamih.
Any  iial..itiiiitii.il  rafardlng lhe work
lllll   Ila'  t'llldll    Hill'tl   la,   ally   inllll'*. llll* a
will  anil 01 write to
MMllMi:   III Ml'lllil'.VS,
T'Jll I'.iidii  Slreet.
GROCERS
CHEAFSIDE GROCERY
GEO, WACO
C.ii'ierics and l'ruvisiuns
Win ib sale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
RUBBtR STAMPS
THK   GEO. II.   HEWITT CO.
Manufacturers
mmi uimi mm
Sign and Trice Markers
iu Fairfield Hid.      Konc R3272
REAL ESTATE
lorkisliiro Guarantee &
MTiiriuVs Corporation lid
,||u Seymour Street
IIAL ESTATE
LAND ANI) MORTGAGE
INVESTMENT:
ESTATES   MANAGED
KIKE INSURANCE
R. Keir HotUfAtt - - - Manager
Board of Trade Discuss Plans
of Action for Ensuing Tern
(Continued from pace 11
RESTAURANTS
All Norlh Vniiiiiniir |ieople rat at
LEONARDS'
I'iii her Flack Hlock or Hastings street, oppusitc lln* new
Poll Office. Leonard sells his
tea by the pound.
SEE US FOR
SASH      DOORS      MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC.
BURRARI) SASH & DOOR IACI0KY, foot of St. George
Wt K'llil'll 11 trial l.ial aall yelir OflllTH .mull or IIIrv-a-
I'ommiiiiiiiiiioiis with ilie neighboring
Boardi oi Tradi «itli a ilea la a con-
(annua on topioa oi eonunoa intareat
siieli ii*. liiins|ioi'lntioii ratei nnd fa-
eilitlaa, public telephones, harbor Inter.
a'sts aiiil buraaui of Information, Suet
n .iiiifeienii' inn only raaull in banafil
tO   |illlllii*   illll'I'a'Sts.
W. A. Irwin thoUfbi llie time hnd
iioiv arrived when the government
ihould inlie sonic itepi toward provid'
illg 11 site for n post olliie. J|e movnl
"Thai   lhe event ive of tha  Itonrd   be
iiijiii'sii'il 10 draft nml lorward 1 pi
liliam   lo  the  I'lislinnster lli'iiiiiil    at
Ottawa mpiaatiag thai thi poatal de
11.-11 latent  take curly tin-nsnra's    io   aa1*
i|iiin* a siiiinlili* site f• >»■ a paeral poal
olliae  in   Nortli   Vnnroiiver  and    thai
aai|iii*s ol the petition l»' also lorward
i'l lo llie (ily and distriit oouncUl,
liis|N*iioi* Graanfiald ai Vancouver aad
lln- loial posiinasler."
Tin' nun ion ivas passed unanimously
llll'l   ll'fl'Uval   lo   lha'   ll||illl*i*   eaiinillillav
Iii lake up.
Mr. C. *l. -lacks.,11 considered thai
the ..niiniitc.* should deal wilh the
natter in a L'i'iieriil way lownrd im*
proving the present facilities.
The I'oiiimiiiiH' w,is ai*i*..ialiiia..|v em
powered to look Into tha wholi* mm
lei   tain  1  si'pariue motion.
Vine -President Smith intrnilinvil llii'
qnaatioe of whariaga, He had inade
-a.in,* Inquiries ol  waterfront   owneri
ri'ii'iillv ri'ijnrdinaT n nea wall ikog
lhe  wala'l'fliilll  H feet   lllll.      All     the
owni-is sai.nicd to think ii am a baa.
nidi- lUggaetioe, liis idea was la
Illlild the sen wall m ihal lhe owners
..iiii.I atillaa lha wharvee for practical-
ly nolhini; and the cily woi,;.| have n
wharf along llie enlire watnironl lo
llie insl nml west ol l.otisalal,, ,\v,*nii
whari fan   appraivimati'ly   I,.Mil hat,
\- \'innouvi*,* was so aoagaated at
lhe presenl lime he thoaght th,* inal
tei ,,.iil.j ha' laken np now. He ba
lia'Va'd that the filling in aoiild be ens
ily iin annplishi-d.
Mr. Hendi'iMin wanted lo know il
Ihe owners would Ih' uilliin: le n*liii
apii-li ihen* (ore-hole li^ht, Mr. Sniil li
1111- ita.l pr.'pnii'd lo make a ilcliniir
-tilliliieiit Imt tahoOghl lliev wollld bl
agreeable, Mr. Henderson thought
lh.- mat tai wa- 1 mosi important one
and the qurslion of muni.ipal wharfage was almost equal to municipal
terminal rnilwnys.   The Paimina Canal
1- toon io In* opanad aad m that eeem
Barrard lalal will miva an impetus
of paal  -iirnitia'ana-e.   Tha atiliaatloa
of the -l.i,s*t ends was for wharfage
pni|i...i'. ought lo bi' enri'fully aoit-ial
•'red iiniiii'dialely.
Mi Smith -ani thai tin* lloiiiinii.il
government    sei-med   to  recogni/a*    the
ni- lotaraal in the watufroai na at
ill-  pr nl   iinie   and   now   il   is    not
po--ilila.   to   oblnin   ,1   a row n   grant.
I'lli'V   give   out   only   la'il-*'-.
Coun. Ilriilgiuaii lii.nul that the
mitt,'i be relerred lo lhe public im*
pti'iaiiicnl ...iiiniitt.i' wilh |»iwa*r to
n<ld lo their number nnd ihal iliey
prepare a report al an early data.
The in..it,.11 wns Nconded by A. <1.
tatty anal  passed.
Tin* Pre-ialeiit said the reason why
the t'ouiiiils Wtm aim-idled by lhe
governmenl More graniing a righl to
lhe lore-haiie wn- in respa*a-t to an im
|s*aliiiieiil   to  Irnflic.
Mr. ('. .1. .laak-on, sinking lo lie*
.|ii.'-ii..ii, ihonghl nolhing slioiilil lie
al      la.   dis, ..iitiia... prilale clilatpi lc
iii wharf building, aa •natBally lha
... cnu liners would line up n.n t li in I
siaiilh, otlia*iwi-i' it weald l» I wasle
of space. He, however, «ir,,ngly fa
•Wad the cily owning MM whaii.'-
of ils own.
Conn.  Iliidgylan lia'lieia'il llial    some
action -iionid I.* inka'ii relative lo baa
lag -.iini'ihiiiL' ie aompli-lia'il toward a*
tiliilng tin* Indian mission waterfront,
Aid. Irwin suggested the up-
poiatBMBI of a speiial i'oniiiiiit,*e t,,
confii    willi   tin-   Waterfront    owners
wli.-n some scheme Bight ha   arrived
al aiiil when the ln'inlils llinl would
i'liiii' fiiiiii -iiih n plan wciv fully a'v
plnilla'll.
Mr.    Il.'inlci-oii   saial   that   llie    city
migiii to I isy ami mil loud up too
heavy when so mnny municipal mat.
tail were  pressing.   There wns  11    in
i's-iiy, however, lor two ee thru
ivlinrvi's on itreel ends while ipi
''."iM Ih* taken iu llie nieniiiiiiii' loot
i"L-  1" aB elaborale siheine.
The million 10 ratei it lo Mr. Il.*n
ali'is.m's commillee wns llien paaned
iinaiiiiiinii-ii.     Mr.   Beodemoe lio|»'al
Iiiiii  tha lerry coinini--ioii would    not
'liink iln* Board wai ncroaeaiag oa
thaii work,  Ba nlarrad to lhi teoaa
ing of tha C. P. li. trinks nl tha'
Van, a,uver sill... ll na- all appai.ti'
alanger laa passengers at nil lime-
wheii croaalag thaae irmk- and alee
tha lacl thai oa ooeaaiiona handradaol
people  iiei,.  being   held   up  Wilting for
a ii.iiii io pn-- 1 led ,'iiii'iiiioii. Re
coii-i'lcicl that th** Board ihould as
-isl in every way possilila* and lhat
lhe coiisli'iiiiion of | iiinnel niuler the
track. Is* carried Into mmi if po**-ilila*.
Tile I'lcsidenl snld that he had Isvn
iiiloinii'd by the ferry nanageBMaW
llial il was balllg acled upon now by
I hem.
Mr.  .link-on  dnW   alli'lilioll   to   lhe
deplorable ,* litioa of ih>> itreeti  in
Vniiaoiivaar handing lo the fern wharf.
lie said that it would lia' 1 great ad
verlisemenl to Ihe norlh shore if a aar
larviaa would In" established lloun i.i
(he ferry wharf.
Mr. Hillings ihonghl llial ih.'ie
should In. annslrn.lul n large fi'iry
ballding and llial Pierhead landing
■ ■ould Is* made right Onto 'I"' dc-k-
of tha fa-rries. It was a siheine lhat
would aonie in  In  tIn- near future   if
i quired    ju-l   now.    The   mm
iei wai referred to tin* lieiayialalloii
.'oininiltis- in conjunction wilh Coun.
Bridgman,
Mr. Nye for the trinisporiniion a'aam*
miiia*a   aeaurad   Ihal   his   eoMdttee
Woiilil endeavor to get ,*, lul ler 1
neclion betwoaa lh'' sirast aar- and
leriias nnd n Is-tl'l -am i,' llnoiigh
oul,
Mr. Philip lirouglii up lhe laggaal
ion I'ontaiiii'd in his re|iorl in Mp* I
to   gelling into cainimiiniaiilion    with
oih.*i lioat.i- of TUul.. io arrange lor
joint aainfi'tviices t., iiin-iilei several
mailers of mtaal iiiieii'-i. Tin- «,t
retary iia- appoin'i-d a committee la,
do lliis.
The   Plc-iiletll   Wai   appoililaal    c\ a.f
fieio a mambm et all the MaadHtM.
Aid. Irwin-iial ihn tvheatieBoatd
was iir-1 .-iiiiii-iicd the popalatiea ■■'
tin1 cilv did not warrant ile ile air
p.alnlion. Ha* Isli.iasl ihal ihal lillle
was mi. heI ii..» anal -ugge-'a'il ihal
il Is. looked iniai. It wn. ri*fi*iiisl i,>
the pra'-inVnt and .ecrelary Iai repoit
ai lhe Beat inas'ling.
Mr. Ny a-ki'd that his eoMritteehe
ein|i..wi'ltsl   lo   lake  up  lha innllci  nl
yearly pasw. on lhe fe'ii,-.   The ms
e--aiv   |.'iini--i..n  wa-  giini   ami    llu*
lominilla-a.    Wan    lis|Ui-lasl   I nf..,
with lh.* directors on  the subject and
llll'lllion    ha,W    ili-agtas'llllle   it   wai     lo
usa*rs of motilhly pass..- in hail weather.
Aid. MeKne .nnl Irwin -poke in mm*
meiidable lernis all lha- -ii...-- aaf tha'
ia .ani linnijiiei nnd the manner in
whiah lhe iiamniii'.*. Innl curried lha*
affair   inlo a-IIcd,
Aid.  Irwin -p.aka' in appii* inlion   a,|
lln*     main     n-iting    .|»aaln-ia.     Mr.
Chan.a'- oiihc-ii.i and Mi    l.ar-on lor
providing   the ci. ..Menl   Inn. li.        I li.
I 1.1 ii*.    I i     a>   'an i.<I   I,,   f.arwaral!
lllc   Poal.!'.   apple i .lion   •,,   lh*    \  ,.
aniiviT   Hoard  and   aaih. r   Hoard,   ot
'Ii i'l.-  for  inli,,niniiii;   iheii  legalai, i
m.'.liiig nn thai I'la'tnng.
NEW WINTER FURS
I *|a|i*iidi,l a—aii-iiiii'iii nf theae j la has jusi arrived in all eta*
e- nin 1 -ule-.   Having placad oar ordie larly with thi mimufiia tur
i- in' obtained the beal poetible valuai which aaahbd aa la mnk
the | Is nt slriiily  Ka-lerii ptiae-.
Long Brown Btoha     |Mt
I iul' Brown Btolaa     3.7S
Hi mila, i Btolaa, extra value  4.75
M,una,i -tnl,... lm,. .pinlili  10.00
Itr.aiin Mink M iini*.' M**lc,  |J|
l.illgr   Mink   Maitnol   Stole  I.'.isl
Mink   Man     Trow-.alel. BM,  tIM  llll'l        ItjM
HI    Ili,l..*it Blank  LM
White i'llil'ell  Set-   13.75
Chlldran'i Beti ol I'm- In all kin.ls.
J. J. McALEECE
Keith Block, Lonadal   At
PHONIC 93
North Vancouver
Modern muiliods of cooitrnction combining
Artistic decorative featiins with low inst
JJcsult in coaj home-like reiideacei
That main' the itiodard ol 'piuhty
In the boiiM tImt va build.
hi Othing is Omitted    Onr plans
vliovv evi iiihiiig necessary (or llie completion
Ql the Mora n lideace, i tc, that are Imihl.
Waiue of the objectionable extras, and
THE
people (ur whom we have limit in North Vancouver
show their appreciation by advising lhe iiilendinK home
BUILDER
to come and see us. Don't accept the statement of another that they can i;ivc you the same results, if you
want the best consult
MATT. B. MARTINSON
CONTRACIOR
Home Block, Lonsdale Are.       Phone 173      P. 0. Box 72
PIONEER BAKERY
WALKIR A III MIK. Proprietors
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
Try our XXX Hrown bread. Daily delivery to all parti of city
l'lione | ltd 5|
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & Ath St.
PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT
RICIMRD ci.i'CMiini hmhh i
TAKE NOTICE tlmi I nan Neeietd objo-tloai le .nHlae. lo 'i"* ialai
tiam  .if   ilia*   (..Il.iiiiin;   niini's   .an   tha.   K.^-a-a-.-,     aaf    V.,t,.|-   laal    | ||a*     Ul liin.*n*l
Klislnrnl  Distrial  ,,n  the |RMMl 1"».
AMI TAKK Ml'ITCK thai  at  I Cun ,,l II,** 1-1,,,, u, |„  |„,l,l ,,„ thi'Til,
day  nf  Si,v,.|nli.r,   1110,  nl   tin*  I'm   11,11.   Vaitli   \ .„ ,,,,,   p,   l
ii'rluak in tlir lm n, | .hnll li.-.ir ami ili'li'iniitia. thi- .aid objatrlloU, tnd
mil.*.- -inli  limned   |„*i-,,n-  a,r  NBM Olhfl  prm ill' inl   vute,   oe   ll
-,iii-fy nn? ihat smli objection! an aol "■•II leaMed, 1 «hnll .irik.
niuni.s „ff lh, -nid  lagtft*. ||(llMAS S|,,*|,„|:un
Hi  a.l    llll.    llllll   allll    ,,(   11, ta.ln'l ,    ItM, llafi-llll    ,,f    V,,*.,
The lollowing naraoaa in noorled ibaeal froaj ilia. Ualrloti
No. mi
leelatei \i\li: PLACI
2) Allleak,  .liilinsnn   ,, Hamuli!   Ink..
I". liidirsiin, H'illinin U 15,  111. IT, BM '*H   I'* -
303 I'.,...kl.-l.iink. Thoau I naUal l'ark
W lium', balm  North Ana Road
I'"' Clayton, iie.,, 11,i>  n l„ It, 111,,,'k :t, Baraahy
DM     Chllnril, Joha    The  llairn.  1,,, *,,,   n,    liniiialu
DM    Cooh, Uaa. 0, i *tral Part
gill    Peadbaa, Charlaa Bofaerl        i.niial l'ark
IW      Iiniii,   Pirn   Klda.n   Keel  lliirnaliy
I3H    .iinisiii .li'M. lima.,ii i.m M, Camberlaad lead
BM    Suli, Georn tnet, Beraabj
MU      Si.mii-s,   \|f„,|   Hi-,. Road,  llurniiliy
'.'li7n      Sunn.  Sitiii,u*l    H ab)
>.'.'    tarty, hrthui I ial wrnab]
tm    Watii.inii, ,i,,iii.   DaCauIWi     t'umiWand Road, Raraabi
MM      H.,,|i,i.|. ,l„l,n lal   IV, A,, |1,„„,I,,
Tin. foUoadng pereoaa an. npoi I
HI    Campbell, Joha I ol I, Baraab«
SU      I'n Ilm-, had  .1. I'"»"i   II ,  P.airi.ntii
ll'.ll      H i/nial,  Arthur ll.ll,*' lli-nrd k   Hutiog,  IM    ||
IIM     II,.11, Deorn i ml Ruraab]
17*11      Thm--.II, f'r.sla.nk ll'irnaby
c
ONTKNTI-I)
USTOMEiS
ARRY
ONVICTION
c
OURTEOUS
1V1UTY
ON'gi'KRS
ONTRARINE.SS
For onion   and |>otato «rtl$ also flower   seeds  ol
best quality.
HALL'S GROCERY
PHONE 189
Cor. St Oeoriei A 8th 8treet
N. VANCOUVER
FOR SAI r
I luuiiieil bone,  xiilislantially built and with
I on i'n N \V . nn. i ,,f ( heater-
■ ■line an 1 I'unrlli Sli,.| Immr | Imtlfa uf 150 feet on
;i St. in,I 1 1 , f,,| a,;, ( \. .t,ii.       The   bn.I   ||
improved. Price
$17,500
I' rm    . a ,mh ami the belaai i to bi urasfli d
JOHN  ALEXANDER & CO.
i_m LoiimiIiiIc Avenue FOUR
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
TIIK KXPRESS
Nokiii Yam oi VIR, li   C
II in - * HOU :
One yeai H IHI
Six lllaillllis    ... .51)
Three monthi    •       • •'-'■''
Unit.al Slat.- iiiii Kor«lgn,$I.Hpei year  prewntation
iilli-l*       |l|'..l'ill.'tS       1"       lla',*0tll|lll-ll       till'
nn**   i'inl-.    in  (luiiiii...   lor   llliii
ll,    llli*   Sl-I.lll    III' lll'l'-   'ill' I'llllll-
il-. innn oouni'!-. village I'"'"" lli,
lownthlp oouncili (rorreapoiuling la
nm diitricl i < hi in it-, tinil I'aiiitry .nun-
* Ilia In ilmi provlnot ilic Iiu-i- "f ic
ih.' County Ooueelli
h a      1 II    llli
i iiii
iii   -alal'lll   ail-UllIes
tDVKRTlSlNU  RATKK in lagialntlon.   A- originally com*
Ihxiiint Dierur  ftOvinruiiiiiiTa*-  luted,  Ae County  Council coniiited
nl ihe Been ud Diputj Reeve "I Dm
respective munlcipalltiM, bul  thli wm
Found     t'i   I"'    ' llllllaa'l -I'llll'   li|>'llll-l'     III
iln- |'rii]"iiii"ii- i" ulii'ii the council.
in) not* per iuch each luiertlon
Umi.v. Noticm, Ere.—91.00 per Inch per
month.
I.axii anii i'liiiii h Sow h (Odeyi, Wl
I,   la."''
!„aa    -lllia* ll-  |l.'llill.'..',llilil|..*rll..ll
i   s.a.i. i   Am i RIIIMI Wl - Itiili-   IT"
: H.ordlng la -i*aiai* taken,
K'aHlneedayeveningl
iniiia- neil Inui.
<'.  i. ;.
iii-nri'publlratii n
I rei i rtlon, 10 ""''""-"• '" -"'"' Initaw, and   the
i*i-i.i. per line; eaeh .ubwquent inier<  haii    wm. therefore, altered   li •   lha
' line, ranatltuting "f diitrict. which inaiml
R      in NoricM i> i-"i it Niwi I'.ai. ,,| lWo ,,,. ,„„..,. municipalltln,  aaeh
aii nn i li. iug entitled in one icim-i n
i'n** ulna u,*i- elected al ilia*  ian
tlmi     I l'aa laa*  ||1     111 II 111' i | Ull     rlllllH il
tllcliangeilu iractailrirliiemeiiti   .   .    Tho maltari (ailing  emlat lhi
I the printer b)   ,,,,,..u,,,..,, „f ,|„. i,.n,i munlcipnl
iii-iiinii"ii-  lune  likewin  beea   lh
aai   legialatloa   Iron lira  i«■
anj ii hai imt nluiii- been poi
-ilili* tn retain ii clearly defined lit I
hm iil.niii*n iini-iniii'h ,*i- their reipee
Niikiii Vankiuvkk, Oct. h, 1910 ,iv,.  ,,,.,,,,,„„,„.  „,.,,,..,„,|v  ,„,„|:i|
more or !■--. On the uliaaia*. howevei
IMI li Mi \H ll'AI. iii'l Uii'N-     the -i-t.'in ,.,11-iiinii'x ilia* tn„-t work
SII1FS able   .-iiul  effective Bean, aaf   dealing
mill the rituallon iiiui could be ivol
il ivictlon i-    "il'li   gaining VMj,    tthatim tht mm lyitetncould
" '■ »li" in   be   adapted   tu   ilii» j,,..,*i ■>•   ai a
*.i* .|a,    j, public mattei-inl whole   lo advantage, Would    requin
a_, *!,..,.. i  "■■"'■''"I   bveatigatlon.     There     an
tli.i,- product i.ai *aii.*i 1'ii'f purpom,
I,     „u>     lik.lli   -     'a,     .,1,  allall    llllll      ill-
aamucb ai lendei   >" beinn UfUMi
lot Mwer  pipei  il would have Um
good policy i.a ill"" lh «mi "iiic
io lubmil n liuuic if lor ni
other purpoie th in thai "' comparl-
sain although -'i'ii proceedure would
peobably bave mulled alio le thi ell
riled i>i|*c itii'ti'-i- figuring «i iimt
margini lhan thej are likely to do mi-
iIit exlitihg condition..
CANADIAN NATIONAI
SHOW
APPLE
. n,i, hen ii gnnl
foi •*ni   provi.ion lot an w
border.   it* inmtigu    mh aiwould graphical   and   topograpl
lead i i .-I '"I ai lion wilh retermnci
t.i nil matter, in whieh n * ail muni*
ipalllle. man la a" Inlen more "i
leal in common.
It i- powible i'i • "t   i"
.li i« mi Imagin irj  Iin.  about n ipe
|| Ull**"  .    'I*      '
* i|mliti   therein and in router    upon
tl, ,'**'i  nd pi
i.itiim ,,f iiiii, li will   pel
lain , ia,  ;|i,. people an i  lh
la-ll'll-.II    f..ili|.|   ll illllll   ''
ia*-.      ti iln  -.iin.* time, however,   il
Mill     lllllllll     lt.|ll-|ailC,    that    llllllll*   •
will   develop    iilia,.,    -i.nilii      i
*      ill III     lhe     aaanfltll-     "i        llll     I
■ Iniiiili.--   -!'* iiim--   iif   ilu'    provinci
lllliall      lllllllll      IVllllily     la'llll    ilia 111-,'III*
I*, -ii Ii aii arrangement, but tl"1 geo
it feature,
>i Itiiii-h Columbia aie radically ilif
latent ft,nn iiiiii' "f .ui oilue pro,
ima,■ in the Dominion, a rircumataatu
iiliiali iiuiilil ti'*iv--ii.n.. -..ini- modifl
.iimi o| tla.. -i*ii.-tn.* tn rnake tl ap
plicable i" tome lectiona, if bideed it
did iia.i render it unworkable in ear-
tain in-'iaii'i-. However il»* inauguration "f county counclli in thonepor
u.ni. nf the i*i"ii nl*-re conditioiu
tn i.ii.aiiilili*. iiiiiiiii iiii way militate
'   the  iiiii'ii-i-  "f   lii.i'   por
nun- when the natural barrien pea
,Ill'll-   llla.-a-   illla*!  I.l,lli"l|-lll|l-   f.al      ll.
i*i*.iii*a*ii,a nl uhiih the enunty council
in,nl,I , \i-t.
Mln!,- iti,< n-iiait period "I Incubation
inn-l    hil'i'    Mane    llii-   iili'il   can
broughl  in iiin-nnillliltiiill. lln- tlm
Thi si"Ti"an report! thai  lighten
i*niiii- lum* I n made tn tl"'carload
.las- ai tin* greal Vppla Sho* in ba
hi'l'l in Vancouver Irom Octobei nisi
i,i  Kovmnhei   Bth.   ilii-  is tin mr
la,ail. n  ili.iii ever exhibited hei>
tuliirc in any national or interna
iiuiilil apph .how, or woeld'i expo.l
tion. Record, lor pn* loui national
apple ixhibilioui ihow thai lor evar|
I'liny in ihe carload dam then wai a
bad carload lor all Dthee exhibit, nf
ihe ihow. \i ilii- rate Canada'i Dnl
national apple Show "ill have fully
twenty-live carioadi or 9.O00/W0 ap,
pi,'- as ili,* grand aggregate nl lha
big ixpoeltion.
\ aotabli leatun ol (he enpoiltioa
will I.' iW engagemtBl "f lha I8lh
Highlander! Militarj Band id Toron
in, tin' moat famuli- liaiml nl * anada
and one "f the leading band, nf Ihe
im Id. The luiiiii will t-'ivi- a lluw
Innn*-' performance each ahernoonand
evening, «itli a complete change nf
program at each performance, Intro
during the IliL'lilaiiul dati' es, mule
rlli,ills  -ailiii-l-  ali*l maul   inivelly tea*
HI IVS.
tl. E. KRUGER
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork
All  M.uk lluaiai'le.d
Cornet fifteenth St. and Ifahaa kva,
.    alll*|    ill,    na,  1     ad
|*l-l  a * Ution    1,1     lllll, ll      lllll ,l|i|. i-onti'•*'*"■   in-l   i'ini 'nii'iii   upon  lhe |* irl  "f pert il Wal muni
ll'.lll'i. "    CUI ll    laf    lllllllll    i-    aa|l|l||l\    ill
I iii   h ii part -'iir ngmnl ■•!
lli.-  mallei   "li. li  lllal   lie uilliin     II-
i* irdei - bui t.. which alt w hn **i
I ii. i   '"nun,,n   hi ani   ulii'ii   pei
alii-.-   I"    ill    ill..-.*   llllllll' ipalii ie.
|    I'l, a
i-  .1,,ninl.—  n.n   lar  'li-ian'    whan
-..in., legi.lalinn along the lines   Uti
i<A nin-i In' Introduced, ta, meet the
,*ier geowing n-iil- mated by  there*
(iial      e\p lll-l, ,11      ihmUghOUl        llll'      plaa
I lilllilllll  itiMMINI
GROCERIES
PROVISIONS, Elcfc
Elder Murray Co. Nor1h Vanco^r
Cheap full size 50-ft. lots
in the city, facing south,
for $400.00.    Easy terms
l'lione tt, North  \ unaiaiiiai'
Oili.v II,mi-s ll a.ui. I" MO |)*m-
After office In
Phone HI'.1-, Vaiiao'ii
Open Evmlngi liy Appointment
phone LIU
Woodyard
We supply SI0VLWOOD any
length r«iuirea.
16 inch length, $3.00 per load
Cordwood, $5.00 per cord
Cash mi hrltvt ry.
Phone ifiu P. u. Boi 136
EAST
CAPILANO
On Keith Rotd. in ,ir Tram Line
anil School anil Watei Service.
Five choice lots lor good £nnnA
nsiilcnce on cor.   Price $»4faUU
one-fourth cash, hai. to arrange.
Philip, Cameron & Co.
BROKERS
117  Fir st  Street.   East.
FRUIT    PRODUCE
CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, Etc.
WHOLESALE ONLY
PETERS & SHORT
66 Lonsdale Avenue Telephone 53
Convenience lo North Vancouver Meielwnls
Buy in Your Own Town. Your Order, Solicited
John Swanson
Stone Foundations
Chimney Building
SPECIALTY-NEAT WORK
Addreii:
Hotel North Vancouver
QUEENSBURY HEIGHTS
Pine doable cornel clow i" 1 arlini. all ■ leared, ioo t, el hy
147 flit. This ii splendid buying al $2000; S'"'" cub, balance ('. IJ ami Is iii,mills
" LYNN VALLEY CARLINE "
(A lew j mis limn)
Special Snip; 30 ft bj 160 It   Price only $550.    1150 cub,
balance ■>. 12 and is montha,
A SNAP ON LONSDALE AVE.   1,1*1 lo. $1750.
i hu thiril-iash, balance 6 and 11 montha
~" CHAS. E. LAWSON & CO.
Korth Viniiaaiivar 1; ai, 1 -t iti Si*' Willi
Financial and Innnraner BrotPM 18 Lnnula ■* Avi
-I'l,.11,. 711
I IW   '|l|a-li,ill   U«   l.l   llll ll    111 ll'"l*ll   I-
t,a l.' ii-nl iii ilu' -i*ii,i pi|»- fm   Ike
a ■Hn-.-i-        I    lllll     (baOnl    III   111'     lll-tlllla'.l,!
iiii. Mltlad lii  ilu- a n>  .nun. il   'i\nl
nc iln   a - v. ■ 111 r i ■   iii  lavor  ■■( \ iuili.il
lim.* luan inai'ia   al,,ii,; ,|.,v pjpr, Tbe tepn Hilatlvea ot the ee
u.a  tin.*   in order to ciia* ail.** 1  m  mrat pipeintemu wereamordada lull
ill.       la                                muni    nf    ill,        Hllll      ,,|„|    ,,t|alitil,.    li,   illln.'  Ill   llll'    MII'llllHr-
.11   ilia-   laall,|     nnil,      ,,( || Ill, il linal III    Ila*   I,nml-   a.f    Ml'.
land iha Oral ol utmli i, that  1  nan .1 ,n,    \. KcSsii the oaaa in lavoeol
■ail ,, i*. ,1,1/. ma 11 I*,* . 1, ai.il  in   ih, ,|, tll,.llt 1 |,i,i «aa oertainl)   pnin  ulin li all    . I. mini in 1 ni'    ti'ii'i; light. ''"' he
il iiti   tli. iln, 11 f .hi* argument! adduced  by
.■■ ■■■■in Hr, M Vur upon tha Blade el theal
I"        Hi'     .1.1111*11        «.*!-       -Ullli'll lllll       lll'lll I liii'l"!
Board,  ..f   hiia
■ -Lill  l«*
othac in il led  ilm  tl,
nia'iit be ai]a|a,,,,. had to brint
■ 'iial ih ., however, In Iht reference ■■! the Ml
* ,,(  at)  1 il       1 -"lu ler taa the dty NgiaeM toi a  report,
ii I the problem, Inaamuch ai ilia' ngiueer hadabeadj
I li,< 1 ■                                 I 1 a,in-,*, 11,. ninn 11 a,*,I *,, iln* council I a- I,-,.inin, 11
.■liI\ allall                 ll  l» .Inl..n in lavor d eitrlfledelay i"!.',
ii--*.mi'i. I in the im iii" In'iin* 11 w.i      ., .    *., I., eapected 'I'"1 he
In j>..im ..I I.I,-', n. a, leaull ..I   lie would reverae  lii-   attitude   al iborl
ii    nin, 11 a! notice, neither oould ll rwaonaUybe
■ddrei   *'        l'i*   'l'i'1   ..' lha loeal  expected Ihal ll ) rouaell a,- .1 re
I'.,,.11,1 ..( lii.l.. a,   ihe general meel mh ,,( A„. Inlonuation Mbautted and
un; Ini'l  i■!• dn eveningi iW naea the argumwl   adduced m laeoi ■ ce
i.n  .*( -I.-   H 1.1, nl i*ii * would '*                 "'"■ "
I li-ii*.- wilh the teveral Board,  ou pun oIlheHt) engineer and adopt the
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llall   ,1-ill'lall       111 I   aaf   fll'-ll     'JO a,l.
ni moderate p-ia.- Ine delivery t« nil
-,eii,in-i.
Si. rliaula- Cream, urge 'in. 16.48
|a, i tan.
Orangea, 9 doe. lor M ceata.
llaalKliiiiii .11*1 V" 1 1 apilano tWW-
nn i-inh Ma.n In morning.
134 First St. West
I'l,,ma- JIT Korih Vancouver
#k
Covering the Ground
Onr line of ready mixed paints
is the most useful to householders bacatiau it covers unin' surface ami eooteqaantly |om fnr-
tlu r than Othei ami last n liable
kimls.
THK HUfllA§4B
HUM IU. Ltd.
Lonsilale Avinuc,
at Im rry  LandinR
ALL   KIND8  OF
FF.Kl)   Al'   THE
LOWEST l'RICE8
Wi- iln handle the lollowing In
POULTRY BUPPUE8:
H..t; K. llii. k K.h, I
11.1 K OMebn C*op.
Swllte' lta*a.( Hetape,
Myer'n Poultry S|.in'
I,'.-' I.ii'i- Killer.
IVIll'Hl   III tWO '.'rillla'..
Snhl in mil' 'iiiiintili'f.
TRY BWIFT8' AKS-
NATK OF LEAD
The But SminniT RpfiJ
nil tlif lmirli't
Campbell Realty k Investment Co.
FOR SALE-6.roomed All-modern
House, close in. Price $2600
$800 cash, balance ca»y.
REAL I'.M Ml
rELEPHONB tq
OANS, inm RANI l
r. o. BOX hi
ALL KiNds of
Fertilizer*
FOR LAWN AND GARDEN
Hot Points
For the Man
Llire's a 1 li.mie In fUOOt   ll'1
Will
Qrihr  ,il imu* I  uiio " HOI
POINT"
"Tin days trial, free for asking.
pii'.isui, anal comfort ou 11011-
b| day
QnK   irun uu  mat kt l guana*
I. a il lur 1*0 vears.
Invest nuw. it u .] pii ise In 1
N'.it.   clean  aii'l
^*n mu n.iiv ami bl ' "tiMit'i'il
B. C. Electric Railway Company, Ltd.
50 Lonsdale Avenue.
All the Popular Shades ||| 111111111111111111M11 Mill I MIIIIMMUmmillllMII IIIII IMIj j
in ganeral use in hott, ami wt
naraBb 1 uai] in to contain
only tbi bait-ground, white lead
anil linseeil oil paint.
Am   the r,*-uli   laaoa
■ d mil muiii with  laiioaaan
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W.H.STONEY & CO. E
Phone 149
Best Buy in North Lonsdale
Close lo new school
6 Lots 40 x 113!, feet in Block 6, D.L. 784
Price $275 each. Caih $100 each. Balance $10 per month.      •"••      :::      HI
EDWARD T. POLLOK
110 ESPLANADE
WANTED
We want to buy from live to twenty acres in any of
the following District Lots close to cariine:
2088      2023      2087      2022      2025
2002
!| Canadian Financiers, Ltd.
! J    North Vancouver Office: 14 LONSDALE AVE. Lynn Valley Ollice: END OF CARLINE
Main Office: 632 GRANVILLE ST., VANCOUVER
I    Authorized Capital, $2,000,000 • J- P. CRAWFORD, Local Mgr.
j^jH4jHjt^^jl4.Tj}^ THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
FIVE
CONCERT AND ENTERTAINMENT
St. Johm Parish Hall
Thursday, October 27th.
An exceptionally good programme has been arranged for the above date. Vocal, Instrumental and
Special numbers in unusual variety. Among those who
will take part are several whose names are well known
in Vancouver.	
DOORS OPEN 8 P. M.
TICKETS 50c.
N. B. Thi, entertainment ia given At the unanimoui request of
thoie preaent at the meeting of the Congregation on
the lltli inti. It should be well patronized. Object; to
raite balance due on piano purchated for the Parish Hall.
BEST BUY IN
NORTH VANCOUVER
Close to Grand Boulevard and cariine; triple comer on
11 tb street, 160x157; total street Irontagc 317 feet. This is
a splendid building site situated on elevation.   For price and
terms see
Pierce & Hall
126 Second Street E.
North Vancouver
DO YOU
WANT
A HOME?
See the
Canadian Home Builders, Limited
THOMAS TAYLOR, Mgr.
25 Hastings East Vancouver
DOUBLE CORNER
Lonsdale and St. James Good Business Site
$2500
One-third cash, balance 1 and 2 year*.
Buy at the
Welcome Parlor
And -Save Money
Wc positively guarantee all our groceries to be the
higbeil in quality and lowest in price.
BREAD
Vou may do wall elsewhere hut you will do better hy
buying a larger loaf of better bread from us.
Fresh Daily: MILK, CREAM & BUTTERMILK
ALL KINDS OT I Rl II IN SEASON
PRESENTATION
A vi-ry pretty mttit wii. avli.laim,.]
nt Bi aloha's hall ImI Tenia} mw
ing when Mr. mul Mrs. A. K, Aiuli'is
WIT! picm'nled wilh ti hindlolBI leu
(her suit case and a pMrl liruo.h it-
>l*i.itivi-ly by the meinlieis n( iW St.
John's W. A., Sunday Behool and lhe
ihiurli elioir on lhe occasion ul iheir
lii'pnrliire for Kngluml.
Since coming to this < ity to   reside
Mr.   nnd   Mrs.   Anders   have laken   a
eery weUvt Intern! in tin* thmh, Mr.
A Hilars having been stiperintenilcnt ol
the Sunday sehool for a considerable
lint'* and a member of Ihe choir
H llaa wns Mjs. Anders. Tho latter
was nn active worker in tin- WoMl'l
lii\iliaiiy of St, -lohn's ihur, h. In
milking   lhe pie-a-ntation Hi*v.   ,1, 11.
Hooper  noted  Ikan fan* and .out-
nii'iileil (avorablv upon ihem. Mr. An-
,|,*i- 1,'plii'il in appropriate terms anil
regretted having to lenve his fiienals
..ii the Niii'h Shuii.. Afler lhi* pr.:
seiiinlion si-n-rnl niiisicnl selections
were leiiilinil and the a*v,*ning ptmd
oil in lha- most pleasant manner fos-
ilila. Mr. and Mrs. Andi'ts and fain
ilv l.'iii>■ (nr the east on the 22nd.
MATINEE AT GEM THEATRE
Manager Venner of lhe (icm Theatre
h.is ali'iiileJ to put on a miilin,*cein li
Snturday afternoon nt Ml o'clock
sharp, aommeiicing tomorrow the 22ml
insl.
The standard of pictures being
shown nt this popular ilm Ull is ""
t.iinly nil llml a,,nl,l I.,* nVsired. They
en carefully assorta-d and consist of
eeeaie, industrial, sporting and hum-
"i"iis views, the Intler lunng proilai,
live of roiimls ,,f hearty laughter.
All exiepiionally good program is
niiniiiiniail fm- this wi-ck end. -he
views in.liul,* ih,* lollowiiij. . |..inei.l,a|
-ni'i lln- bum- Mi'phist,,. 'lh, Maid,
fatal Flirtation, School fn- I.om-
Mnkars,  Assoiiment  of Acroplniia's  (a
-at    aa|   t|||,|s    ,,f   (.\,vptill|||l|    lll*'a'it   Hl>.l
of pep ealuantioiial value) and Troll-
of great ediicilioniil value) and Trim-
bid   '.f  all   Amnl.in    lletcclivi'.
Mis. Viiiiier, who never tails lo de-
light the andieiiai! wilh her caplivnt-
inu' rendition of llie newest nnd best
IOB|l a< well as old favorites, will
sing "From Vour Dear Heart to
Mine," ai'ionip.iiiied by illustrations.
(Ine feaitiii,* which is very noti'i'.,!,!,'
alioul llie Innil iheutre is lhe very
orderly nnd ipiiel manner in which it
is condiii leil. Kvery item to promote
lha' aiiinf,,,-! i,n,l |'1,*nsiii|. of tho au-
dienai* is anlia ipnli'd nnil rara-fully Rt*
Iciiilcd In. ,
WEDDING BELLS
VKLl'il'.N-lHLl.lMOUE
Mi. .lohn William Net-den of Norlh
Vancouver and Miss Sarah Ann liulli-
mort' were uniiad in marriage on
Monday, tin* 171li inst., at lhe home
of Mr. A. II. Halderstone, Fairview,
Vancouver. Kev. B. II. Balderstone,
Inti* of North Vancouver and now of
Collingivooal. |n.if,niinii ih,. ..remouy.
Uf liappy couple left immt'dialely on
a sliort honeymoon trip nfter which
ihey intend making iheir permanent
home on 15th stret, North .Vaniouver.
lHNTINd PARTY LF.AVF.S
A hunting purty computed of W.
liiiim. P. Booth, R. Renshaw, ,1. Kel
l.v, Ur. Morrison, T. Prime and A.
'Iiaiil left in Mr. llrnim's launch yel-
ia id iy lm Powell Lake and Toba lnhl, il being the inlention of the party to divide, half of them remaining
In IWadl J.ako and the first
four named continuini; on to Toba
Inlei. Iliuli di'stinations are said laa
bo excellent tatetM for deer, goat
anal le'iir and wilh lhc calibre of those
.•oinprisiiig ili» party, it ia safe to lay
lhat a good ling will be broughl
lia-'iii.-. I hei intend lo be nh-nnl
akin   i.*n day*.
lli.* tag tu   I rn has just been put
in',a the siream oil t-he Wallace  ways
aftaii'   udaVgOlag a tttftm renovnl
inc.
Best J. A II, Coffee, fresh roasted and ground, 3 lbs. for J1.00
also a grade at 25 cents.
Indian and Cej Ion r«i, 3 lbs. (1.00 also all standard gradaa
Star Creamery Duller 35c lb.      Vancouver Creamery 40c Ib.
Fancy Apples from $1.25 to $2.75
Large Utortffli nt of Knglish Candies imported and domestic
(nun 15c to 60c.
New Laid Bggl daily, 60c per dozen; case eggs 40c.
l'resh liisi nits, large assortment, 10c to 23c per lh.
65 LONSDALE AVENUE
1'IIONI    12(l
llll    1'F.I.IVKRV
B. r8. SPRP.Ll'S
\ surplus of $2,750,0(10 is to thc
credit of the British folmmbin govern
nia-nt for the year endiirg Biiekllll
last. The prnvimii is now in a P" I
ii**n linnneinlly to pay off tho eii'iac
public ilebi if it was deemed p'.liv 1 I
do so. Notwithstanding tlmt t'n*' ■
penditin has Iven greatly n'ici'"'nl"'
diirinu lln- pn-i f. w yi-irs. thero is «
Imlanit' ol actual cash ol ♦2,'J5n,(KKl in
ila*   'leiLsiiry of the provinw.
HZL80M si'.i'.Ks inih STRir.s
T" Ir, Vi. II, Kreynaher, wU h
piaipusing lo era'ct a shinL'le null »n'l
box factory at Nelson lie  r,,im<il hn«
derided  1,1   puU   to   the   pedf • I
'■iimpmiy the -ita* occupied More IH
late lire liy U„. Knotanay tp^SUtrnJ
lla.il,   with  whatever bind to .tho east
may lie wqillnd togeihor with e ,i<
• MOpttol   {0i  five yean.    Tho   '■'"
will cmplf/y  about H hum I \
THE RIGHTS
OF A
TAX-PAYER
_
An Article of Vital Interest to Every
Citizen of North Vancouver
LISTEN!
Every man or woman who owns property in Xorth Vancouver OUGHT to know how tlic city's money is lieing spent-
In just a few years tlie Muiiicipalily on the North Side of
Burrard Inlet is bound to become I big city.
f]T   At the beginning of things is die time to build for the
m   future.   The Municipal improvements which are going into
North Vancouver today must ba planned with the idea of anticipating the needs of the metropolis of "tomorrow".
NORTH VANCOUVER IS TO
HAVE A NEW SEWERAGE
SYSTEM
4
The sewers of tl.e "TOMORROW I'ITY" will all be built
of CONCRETE.
|TJ   Sewers of vitrilied clay are obsolete, in many cases unsan-
j|   itary, causing a sinful waste of good money.    There have
been no improvements made in their manufacture for years.
#T[ This is the age of concrete, the progressive age. People are
jj just commencing to realize the possibilities of a material
which can be molded into any desired form and when allowed to
set, retains the outlines of the mold, in imperishable, impervious
stone.
#|f Not to personally probe the claim made for modern concrete
j| as manufactured by the Dominion Glazed Cement Pipe Co,
for sewers and drains would be, on tbe part of every member of the
City Council, a neglect of the city's best interests amounting to
a breach of trust.
||f This is not a question altogether of technical import. It
j| is a matter of plain common sense and busings foresight.
Leading technical men all over the entire world acknowledge the
superiority of concrete for sewer purposes. Those who ignore the
testimony of such men and follow the opinions of men with little
or no practical experience pay for their mistakes themselves or
force the burden onto the taxpayers.
fjT Your duty as a citizen of Nortli Vancouver is plain. It is
Tll for you to demand of your council a rendering of their stewardship. The responsibility of so important a step towards the
city's future should not be controlled by OM JTOBOg -.ilari. ■ I man.
Before tbe awarding of tho new seiver contracts every property
owner should personally inform himself 00 the relative merits of
concrete and clay sewer pipi, by a visit to our factory on Front
Street False ''reek, where W can show you the making of concrete
pipe from A in V, and show its lupwioritjl over clay pipe by indisputable tests made in your presence.
fljl If you cannot visit our plant yourself, insist that your council cilman, who has been elected by you as your personal representative does so. Tbc value of comparison and competition
will fully justify his visit.
DOMINION GLAZED
CEMENT PIPE CO.
FACTORIES:  False Creek, Front Street; Peachland, B.C.
OFFICE:   1207 Dominion Trust Building SIX
THE EXPRESS. NORTH  VANCOUVER.  B, C
___ OJRKY CO.
DRY GOODS AND
GENTS FURNISHINGS
Corner Lonsdale and Second.
Phone 255
O1
I! I'A 1,1. STOCK is now oomplete with
a choice b! prices comparable with lhc
stores of Vanoouver.
Two Specials that cannot be beaten in B.C.
M
niii*-' Kililn
nl I sixes
Hlack
In-avi
C;i>liiiiire
lluse
■ii s
verv
AUKNT  FOR
l';l-hliiere   Socki,
Weight,  seillnless
TANDARD   I'AT'I
25c
25c
ERNS,
The Port
of Missing
Men
HY  MEREDITH NICHOLSON
Author oi "Tlic House ol a
Thousand Caudles."
(Continued [rou last issue)
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PROPRIETORS
ii.   • NORTH   VANCOUVE
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West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
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TIME TABLE
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mini a. 111.
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III I'll p.Ill
17.1 II (1 III.
|8 UO 0 111
11.00 p 111.
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14 00 p.m.
1' 111.
Single Tare 15c.       Two Tickets 25c.
Quickest routi Irom Nortli Vancouver to tba diitrict beyond
Ca|uUn(i li*. 1     Liu        iVfii Vanconver" makei couocc*
ii'in-, mih mt tui. miai iii   lerry itcameni Iron Norih Vac
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NORTH ViNCOlVtR HURT IIMf TABLE
BTR. NOKTIl VA.\(.Ol'\ivK
STEAMEi
si GEORGE
I.i.m. Van.
Leave N. Van
•6.10 a.ui
'b.45 n.tll.
7-3"   "
7-5"  "
8.30  "
8.50   "
y.15   "
945   "
iD.15   "
10.43   "
11.15   "
n.45  "
12.15 1"»
1*1.45 I""*
1.15   "
1*45   "
2-15   "
J-45   "
315   "
3-45   "
415   "
4-45   "
5-15   "
545  "
a.15   "
"-45   "
7»5   "
7-45   "
8.15   "
IJ   "
n 15   "
945   '
lu 15   "
15  "
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Leave Van.
1 Sol I  ill'"
"He's liavlni! fun wttk thom. Ile'l
Just rnttllnn tlii'in to ivnnn himself up,
the little liepunr. 1 illdn't know It will
In him."
Hack wont Oscar townnl the two
horsemen he liml passed less thnn a
minute More, still yelling, nnd thli
tlmo he illseliiruoil Ills revolver with
st-eiiilng unconcern for the value ot
iiiiiiniiiillliui, nnd us he again dnshed
lai'twi'i'ii theni and hnck through the
gray curtain Armltago gave the word,
und he nnd Claiborne swept on at a
gallop
IMirand was out of sight, nnd Chan-
veiii'l liinu-d and looked behind him
uneasily; thru lie tspoke sharply to
Zmal Oscar's wild ride bock nnd forth
liad demoralized ttie horses, which,
were snorting and plunging wildly. As
Armltage ami Claiborne advanced
Cbnuveui't spoke again to Zmal and
drew bis own revolver.
"Oh, for a Baber now!" growled Claiborne.
Hut It was not a moment for speculation or regret Roth sides were perfectly silent as Claiborne, leading slight ly,
wilh Armltage pressing close it hli
left, gallofed toward the two men who
faced them at the gray wall of mist.
They bore to the left with a view of
crowding the two horsemen off tha
road and Into the preserve, and aa they
neared them they beard crlei through
the mist and rnpld hoof beats, and
1 'urinal's horse leaped the ditch at the
roadside Just before It reached Chan-
renet and Zmal, and ran away through
the rough underbrnih Into the wood,
Oscar clow behind and silent now,
grimly Intent on his business.
The revolvers of Zmal and Chauvenet cracked together, and they, too,
turned their honm Into tbt wood, and
iwiy Ihey all went, lenvlng the road
clear.
"My hone got It that timer' ihonted
Claiborne.
"So did I," replied ArmlUge.  "Bul
never you mind, old man, we've gut
them cornered now."
Claiborne glanced at Armltage and
uw his right hand, still holding bit
revolver, go to his shoulder.
"Much damage?'
"It stnick a hard place, bat I am still
It"
The blood streamed from the-neck ot
Claiborne's borse, which threw up Its
head and snorted ln pain, bat kept
bravely on at the trot In which.Armltage had aet thc pace.
"Poor devil!   We'll have a reckoning
pretty soon," cried Armltage cheerily.
"No kingdom Is worth n good'horw."
They advanced at a trot toward the
Port
"Yoe'll be afoot any mlmitefnow, lint
we're tn good shape and on onr own
loll,  with thoae carrion  between  us
OWtHW .lumped
11ml 11 in-i*,! In. hat
SPECIAL-JUST ARRIVED
oil   doll is.  LINOLEUM* DRAPERIES  AND
SHADES, BUFFETS SIDEBOARDS,
CHINA ( ABINETS
ClaUxwvv Jumjim jutt at H\e iroutiilcit
animal rullal owt dead.
and 1 gap they won't care to drop Into.
I'm off for the gate. Yon wait here,
and If Oscar Urea tbe signal give the
anawer."
Armilage galloped off to the right
and Clailiorne jumped from his horse
Just ns the wounded animal trembled
fnr a iiii)iiii*iii. sank to Ita knees and
rolled over dead.
The Home Furnishers mumHiAwi
nu: eoRT or Misai.su a**.
I.aVJIlOIlNUdlmlicil upon
a rock to get bis bearings, aiul as hu pm off
through tbo woo,) n bullet sang close to bil
head, ami lie >:nv ,*, man
slipping nway through tlie underbrush
■ hundred ynnla nhead of him. He
Ihrew up Ills rifle-and tired after the
retreiitlng.'llgnre, Jerki'l the lever spitefully mul walleil. In a few minutea
(•war rojo alertly >«>nt nt the wood it
bia left
•'It was better- fhr us a d.'iiil horse
Hum 1 dead man-70*?" was tha- little
sergeant's comment "We shall come
buck for llieismllle and l.rlille."
"Humph! VYIicib do yuu think Ihow
uien are!"
"Hehlnd some rocks near the edge of
the gap.   lt la a poor position."
"I'm not sure of lhat  They'll escape
across thc old brldgo."
I    "Neln.   A sparrow would shake It
down.   Three men at once-that would
not need our bullctsl"
Far away to the right two reports In
quick succession gave news of Annl-
tage.
"It's the signal that he's got between
them aud the gate. Swing around to
tbc left, aad 1 will go straight to Uie
big clearing nnd meet you."
"You will have my horse—yes?" Oscar i-a*.-.am to dismount
"Na 1 do well enough this wny.
Forward! Tbe word ls to keep them
between us and the gap until we can
lit on them."
The mist was fast disappearing und
iwlrllng nway under a sharp wind,
and llie sunlight broko warmly upon
the drenched world, Claiborne started
through the wet undergrowth at a dog
trot Armltage, he Judged, was ubout
half a mile away, and to make their
line complete Oscar should traverse nil
equal distance. The soldier blood In
Claiborne warmed nt the prospect of a
dellnlle contest He grinned as it occurred to him that be hud won Ihe (lis-
tlmllon of having n horso shot under
him In an open road fight almost within sight of the dome of the capltol.
Thc brush grew thinner nnd the trees
fewer,   and   bo  dropped  down   and
crawled presently to thc shelter of a
bowlder, from which hc could look out
upon the open nnd fairly level field
known ns Ihe Tort of Vlsslng Men.
As hc looked about he saw Armltnge,
bis horse at a
walk, ride slowly   out   of   (he
wood  at  his
right  Clnlborfle
jumped up and
waved  his  hat
and a rille ball
flicked hia cent
collar as lightly
as though an unseen   hnnd   had
tried to brush n
Mt of dust from
lt As hc turned
toward   the
marksman     behind tlic cedars
three shots, fired
In a volley, hum
"P med about him
Then It wns very
■till,  with  tlu-  Sabbath  stillness of
early   niornlmt In   the  hills,  and   he
beard faintly the mechanical click nnd
map or lhe MM of Chauvcnet's partv
as they expelled their exploded cat-
iiiikv-i and refilled their magazines.
"They're not so bad-bad luck lo
(html" be muttered. "I'll lie ripe for
tbe Utile brown men after 1 get through
with this," and Clalborue laughed a
little and wati lied Armltage's slow advance out Into lhe lapi-n.
The trio behind the barricade bad
nut yd seen tlie man they had n
the sea to kill, as the line of his approach closely paralleled the leng Ir-
regular wall with Its fringe of cellars,
but they knew from Claiborne's signal
thai he was Ihere. The men had pick-
eled their horses back of the liltle fort,
and Claiborne commended Ihelr g I
generalship and wondered what sort
■ ar l.dngs they were to risk so much
ii|hiii sii wild 1111 adventure.
Armltage rode out farther Into the
opening, nnd Claiborne, with his eyes
on the barricade, saw a man lean forward through thc cedars in nn effort lo
take ulin nt the horseman. Claiborne
drew up his own rifle nnd blazed away,
lilts of stone spurted into the air lie-
l.iw tlie target's elbow, and the man
dropiH-d back out of sight without firing.
"I've never la-en the same since that
fever," grow liil Claltmme and snapped
nut the sliell spitefully nnd wntehed
for another chance.
Ilolng directly In froitf of lhe barricade lie was In n iiosltlon to cover Armilage's ndvnncc, nnd Oscar meanwhile had taken his cue from Annitnge
and ridden slowly into tbe Ik-Id fruin
llie left. The men behind Ihe cedari
fired now from within thc Inelcmire al
Ixilli men without exposing themselves,
but Ihelr shuts flew wild, nnd the Iwo
horsemen rode up to Clilborne. who
bad emptied his rifle Into the cedars
and was reloading.
"They nre nil together ngaln, am
they?" asked Armltage, pausing a few
yards from Clallnime'i rock, his eyes
Upon tllC I   illl* aula'.
"The gentleman with the curly Iinir
-I drove him In. He If t poor shot
yei?"
Oscar tightened bli belt and waited
for orders, whllo Armltage and Clal
liorne conferred lu quick pointed sentences.
"Shall wc risk a rush or starve them
out? I'd like to try hunger on them,"
said A nn I Inge.
"They'll nil snenk off over tho bridge
tonight if we |h*ii tbem up. If tbey all
go at once they'll break It down, nnd
we'll lose our quarry.  Hut you want
10 capture Ihem   nllve?"
"I certainly do?" Arinilngc replied
and turned to laugh nt Osenr, who hnd
linal at lhe barricade from the back of
Ills Unt whieh ims resenting the Indignity by trying to throw hia rider.
'I lu* e uv now concentrated a sharp
lire uiwii Annitnge, whose horse snorted nnd pawed thc ground as the balls
rut the air nnl earth
"For God'i snko get off that horse,
Armltnge!" bawled out Claiborne, rising upon the rock. "Thcre'i no uw In
wasting yourself that way."
"My arm aches, and I've got to do
something l-cl'i try itormlng tli.-m.
just for tun. It's a cavalry stunt, Clal*
l.irne. and you can play being the nrtll
lery that's supporting our iiilvnnre.
Fall away there, Oacar, about forty
i arils, nnd we'll race for It to the wnll
and over. That barricade Isn't ns stiff
11 It looka from thli side. 1 know all
about It There are great chunks out
of It that can't I* Men from thli aide."
(To be continued)
MORRISON'S
Special Bargains in
S I (1 N
Coal and
WORKS
Wood
Keith Block     Ist Street W.
Heaters
Stoves
Graniteware
Nof?tH V/\NcoUVer
HOSPITAL
1
liiSl'ICmi  HY
& Furniture
77//.; MISSES DAWSON
I'-rlilli-aleal Surgical, Mealical nul
Also a Singer Hand
Sewing Machine
Nuises Sent Out on Application
	
Cheap.
lor   terms  apply   at   lhe  Hospital
I'.'lh Strei't Kant.
PHONE   (."-I
Turner's
70 Lonsdale Ave.
and 895 Granville St.,
The North
Vancouver
Corner ol Smylhe,
Vancouver.
Lumber
Company
Have now a pood
Phone    198
^tnck  of
North Vancouver
IU II.MMI HMI Kl!
n.(*ui;iN<.
Coal and Supply Co.
SlPIMi
Dealers in Coal, Brick,
OKII.ING (V Joint)
Sand,   Gravel,   Lime,
STUDIUNG
Cement   and   General
-IOISTS
Builders' Supplies.
t|OUM>INU
	
K1NISIIINU LrilllKR
Inli n   Promptly
1 KhAI! IKIUKS
I'llital ,nul Si lii-i" ium
\NH WINIx-US
iiii.iianicil.   Prion on
Applit ation.
nt I'mitnm L'rioet.
	
I'nmipt lvliverv.
Office: Lonsdale, MH City Whail
\\ arehouse :       1' orman's Wharf
Esplanade, East
Nl u  f| 8TMIN8T1 1; I UID DU
1 liU 1, lh.in* 1 .,( \,n   W, minuter:
I'iiU   naiiii*   thit   llniaeit  Dull   Kin
Ilia,l|,|    a.l    Vail. I'llla*!.     |l.   C,   "
All new houses should lie piped lor k.is in onler to save ilu-
In .iv v i-xprinli'.urt Utt this convenience at a later date.
N. V
row
LIGHT, BRAT &
tl CO   LIMITED,
A. FARRO
Genera] Contractor
1 .mlClvcrlng, tump uml Rotk
Mauling, K«lrn eare Mai Iiuiim-..
All ■Luiiiii."'. inii'le tui.
. M rl. 11 V M It NT     AIIKM.V
MMI HI., Wan 'it I  '•"»■ 'aai.
I' II II..a   I,
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIP BUILDER,
NCINEERS \
Ba
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Mnine ind Stitiomry Kn-
inn mul Boili r Work promptly  I Aa , III,   1
11 ia phone ioj
orlh Vancouver
N
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l.ut MM,   ilia'ii.i iiii so —Ua   in
nurlli Iii, iiii,l. uv ,,l I ,'l  BM,   Iheii"
a    Weal    I'lllll 'I I'V  •'!
I 111   '.'ir.1".   lima I  nmili  BM chain..
llien,..   en.I    III   ilmin»   to norttienut
■ nnrtheily
along    -I, 1   l|i.i«e*.|iiae  laka    to
polnl  "I • "lumen'enirnt.
KM Id   III IT MWKlSP
.ink Hii i»io. a-y-10
GUY G.
HEATHER
T.i!.a|,'ilni«l
nml Ini
2125  Hn.l anil
Stmt I ml
I'l  M
llinl..  iiiiiiii ila nml ian In ml. miiunlol
L DOWIE
:OXTIACTOI and BUILOBI
l'l.in.l, Specifications, Ksliiuales
I'   0. Uox ;;, Nortii Vancouver
NEW YORK CAFE
BSPLANADI WEST
LOW SEA, Proprietor
Pinl class MmIs 35c
Vaiiniiiiiutioii  Tickets, ll UUk
Uounis lor Kent at modcrilc rales
1.1. mii com iei 1
1   tm onl ton
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I'li'inri* Framing.      Kunninr.* Sl.irnK'*-
173 THIRD STREET, W.
mail ihiukksmnn nami email...
60   VEARS*
EXPER.ENCF
Tram M.rr*
DlllONI
Cowriohti ie.
Anfnflaa .iwillng ■ akMrtl .na atiaMTlpll^l m.T
tnlrjf ii».a.(i.iln i r e.t aial-.fi frtt wfiMh.r Ifl
i,i»,aiiVin ,"|.i. s«* ar .tii-lnbla raimiTii,aili-«.
••.**•   a *    K'llliril-.aalVM.l,
mtcsat aaUct, vntwut mui; In lbi
Scientific American.
A h.naii«*m.ir UIU.INI.-.I «a-».ir, Un«aa cir-
-■ la-tUIT •rlmillMl JaaaWtiaL     f*     •   I   I
jpfanai.tuaiaeaitaaati.  t,MW
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MUN THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
SEVEN
Lot 7, Blk. 91, D. L. 550.     Price $1050
An option ol JO dayi for $25, is cleareil atul fronting on lane.
lvnn   VflllpV   lJ1 '""' (-orm'r on ntKtt, cleared and
» "   graded, in lha oentre ol l.ynn Valley,
ime location.
Lot 18, Blk 2, D.L. 2087 ». block i™ Haul
Price $175, $00 cash, balance S15 quarterly.
MAY MHjRNS
Real Eltlte ami Financial Agents
ST. GEORGE'S HOSPITAL
MEDICAL, SURGICAL aud MATERNITY CASES
PRIVATE ROOMS.    TERMS: $16.00
MASSAGE A SPECIALTY NURSES BENT OUT
Apply  6th  Street West  (Behind Catholic Church)
Miss HORNBY, Sri'T.
Graduate Birmingham General Hospital, England.
Phoni L 214
The Gurney-Oxford Steel Top Range
means a market! laving in
luel ind better baking results.
The "CHANCELLOR" not
onl) doei its work HliTTER
Imt AT LESS COST than
othei Range*,,
XX,■ 1 an demonstrate to you
thc wholi' Superior Chan-
.' in principal of economy
ami efficiency in ten minutea
Is it not worth that much
ol your time righl now ?
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
Jhonc  58.
133 Lonsdale Avenue
CprplAI     TRIPLE COR. C
JT Lv/11L St It too. j
. Centre Street ami 15th
bal. Ii-i;-iS months.
I.oT (in OT1 'i\\ \ GARDENS lacing wtith   Mioo, fgoo
1 1 *h. Ii.il.uii,  ia li months.
LOT 16, BLK ij, D.L 173 on THIRD ST.   $2000, ft cash,
bal ini < 6-ia is monthi.
LOT i, BLK. \ D.L. i7jon SEVENTH ST.-*iooo. fjoo
cub. balani e 6 ami ti monthi.
LINDSAY & CRECLMAN
Ri il Eitite ind Insurance Broki 1 .
120 .Second Street East.
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd.
LONDON. F.NGLANDl
ASSETS! $94,900,000
Ml Agttt
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC.       IS LONSDALE AVENUE
Agreement! and Contracti drawn ,,, , ,-
of every de.irip.ion ' h,,nC   ' "
General
Conveyancing
Semi-ready Tailoring
N
O MAN can serve lv»o masters; nor can any shop
maintain Iwo standards of quality.
Semi-ready Clothes are made and tailored in a shop
where thc same high quality—lhe same standard ol
quality in workmanship is maintained.
The same tailors who make lhe $25 and $30 suits make
those at $15, $18 and $20. There is no cheap cloth
nor cheap work in I Semi-ready Garment. Every suit
is tailored under lhe one rool -the only way lhat high-
CilM i rallsmanship can be maintained—the only tailoring
shop in Canada maintaining that policy.
THOMAS & McBAIN
Sales  Depot lor Semi-Ready  Tailoring
!L'£?A!S VANCOUVER, B.C.
li'il Door Io Old roil Ullirt
PROVINCIAL NEWS
A   Iini' ni'*'   htUp i" ivt>.illt   1,,    Ik,
ajNoUtl     IIVl'l'    till'   CllMiVatl'l'   lil'T     ta,
.uiini'il  Morrill  wilh tin' proMy lilili.
ro-idoniinl  luini-aitr of 1'iillrltvilla*.
Ntgotiationi hnu. bm qultUj p
lag oo nml ■ keai h mm reponti in
In*    pMldlBg   on   llll'    I'lllllllllHIl   l'll.ilia*
TOUP     »f   IllilUTIll   rlllilllS   lll'lll*   \al-illl.
11„* Board "I Bbeetow "I 'ha'  Knot-
ctitiy  l.nka- iri'iii'inl hnspitnl Iinie slart-
■■il mi 11 rigoroui caiwpalgi lm  ihi*
alillciiiilll   a.f   ■UbtOriptloIll   I"   r-Hl'l' llll'
i.,K|,ii,'il ,l,*l.i ,,f UfiB,
Tin- imUMIi "I M'-iritt in nmiiin,'
ii.|iii.si.ntiitiiins In thi' Attnini'V i..*n.'i
nl fat llll' establishment nl n luml iv
ui-try iill'ni. nt Merrill. Thf move-
iiia*iii via -tailed smiir timi' u'n hy
ii,.* Board ol ftnh "I thai fitn,
Th.* 1ari;e MM "I r"-d I""1' in tin
vicinity nl Prim .'inn in in bl IggW
siii'lv worked by llu* I'rimvtiin ConlaV
I.nml Co,    1'iml ia now bring ihlppwl
-Iiiiiiiii    iiiiiI   I'li'iythini;   points tO   1
lim incrense aif iaiit|inl shortly.
Fnr (lv |ir»l live ninnthi nl llu* I'm*
nminl yen lhi' revenue nl tin. Ilnmin
ia.n -Imu- M inin iim' nl 17,340,000,
11ml it is nllii'inlly estimated tlmt nt
tho snme rule ot Imnm iho neipc-
L'nto lovi'iini. fnr tlio yenr will nnt (nil
f.u* ikon ul 1190,000,080,
Thi' tt..lain ('.uiiiilii I'iuvit Co, will
iniini'iliiui'ly I'niiinii'ii.i' wnrk nn '*he
elearinn of 11 (iG foot rniul tn l.nkij
t'nmn, nnil will complete the work liy
i'lnUtinn-a, iii*i*(irilin*f to their itatod
Intentions tn tlio muiii<-i|iiil million*
tin,   Th,*   iiunl will In t\ mih'B   in
ll'llL'tll.
Wilh iho initnlliilion ol the iiewni;,-
IJIllW. iho ami-itnirtinn nf sarnie HI-
iiH-n tiiilo nf ii-inont siila-wnlkn, ilil
ilia- tnll-alril, linn nf n cement llall) III
\n. I rosil'vnir In HMl in lha' r'ujh-
Imrhnnil   nl tkOfltk,  tho demand   foi
I.ili,,*,*r- wu men gnatir fa ihi'hi-*
nan  nf lhc city iif Nnnainio.
TU llniiiininn government is nnid
tn have i-siioil nn nrih-r In liicntc
,i imi n-hi|i 1.,'wooii S|aen<*e's briiUc
ami Savniias. siiitiibh' for stock-mis-
iii|. purposes. At thc Hi'ltH-led point
bona l"i' army remounts will lie bred
Irnin imported bhnnl stock. Tin. -lun'
ep of bum on lhc prniries hn. mnde
this notion ne*e--nry.
GOVERNMENT IH-M- Bl HDIXC
Tlia* -lalenii-ni i- -aiiil In li.ivi- i*in:in-
aicil Iran the Mini-lei' ■■! Work   tl 11
iinliiiliil iii (In* ffOVOTUMSt'l trior
provincial rond program will I*' th<
oonitructioB  of public Idghwiyi   n >
Hilly      U)      Infill      a .llll illllllll-     hlghwi)
(nnil the eoetl  to Alliorin,   bin   alto
north  in -muli ,*\ia*iiiliiiL'  frum   h*
nld laiilini, Hail whiah will Inllnii
the Nit  bank n( thc I'T.'iser rfVM lo a
point ia|ipi,.iii* Knri Ooorfl Ihnwi by
ih.* Noliaia*,. Milli'i from the   Buckley
nnil by  the lln< kley valh'V a- fat   a-
lla/i'linli.     This   Tlall ill   llllll   -iillth   liiitl
will l>,< Burly 000 mila- long and llu*
entire    rnail IniildiiiL'   poliay   iimlvci
I'nll-lllla tinii    iif    nii'l*    1,1'ilKI   mil I
ronds.
. I.
Ilny, hi- Ai/iiin been iniionsinu (ha
-In* I- a,11 hi- 1,111, ti. The lali-1 nalali
llOU ',. ilia* lailuli is '.'..'ilHI -ll.rp Whkh
III' Ilil- lll-l  la.-iveil [rami  LoVaaisilnltli,
Wwk.
,*,| h.,111 lie Sl.i.nn valley nml will i
iiiisliiiiily .aiinp « few  miles »nuih of
Xnknsp.
HASH I' is iukimim;
Wnii, lm Un ri'siiinci! on tho Ar
nan l.ika*. Uuk mad (mm Nakii-p to
Burton City, Snme ihn*o vnki ma
opera) loni   win   iiupindoj   nmil   it
WII   -it'll   llnw   tile  fmills   in   onlinei'tinn
iiiiii iln* iip|impiinli.'ii -ii.n.l.      This J
(ninl   luul In-i n   iniisailei'iibly impalieil
am   in-cniint nl the rnitinir Tires    ihal
i'm led throughout lhi dittrlH ■	
■itltilg    llu ri-1 rila 1 ii .11  nml   11*1*111
log 'if 1111.*\|»'a led work iii tin* iniiiin*.'
\KW' (111 RT  lllll II AT  KAS1.II
Tin* annlmi't for lhe .-i.-. ti..11 nl   iho
inu   ninrt   house in  Kasl.i   hns   licon
liwnlileil   In   llli"   Nil    I'll III   nf    'li'llll
Hnriis nnd Son, wlm uic nl-,, .-n^rnyiil
nn lha' fniiinlntion nnd enn*ia*la* wink
ol iln- n,*w C  1'. !(. hnlcl nt Itnllour.
It   is   lllilla*l-taii,il   tlint   lllllstrll.lli.il   nl
the new .unn luiii-c will UfjOl forthwith nml llinl llic isliliao will bo .'nm*
plolwl nml ivanly fan aiaiiipnniy mn
lai'ai    1 Iiiiii   wt    mi liiiim.      I'll,' mn-
liinl priii* i- L'iven nt *'.-7,".i',ii.
iiiiiiiii-tiii'iiMiiiiiiiiiiin
411II lilllilllll
CAPILANO CAR LINE
Beautiful Homesite, live minutes walk from car line, 75 x 290 feet-   Grand
View of the Inlet and Gulf.   Only $651), cash $250.   Come with us and
see this Property.
Martinson & Co.
Mlllllllllllllllll
63 LONSDALE AVENUE
NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C.
r/itine 173. P. 0. Box p
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AITI.H'ATION   I'OU  INCOKPOKA-
TION
Applia aiiiain f.ir nn nil ol incorpori-
iain will be made next session by the
Hritish   Columbia k  Dnwsim   Hnilwaiy
t'aimpany.     The pro|vosnl  is  lo build
from   l.ytton  nlonu  the Frnser    riicr
in i'nlt Qwrn, to a erns-ini: a,f ih,-
\a-ah.liaa    Illal    al    lh''    lllnllth     ol      tllO
M.n art riicr, lolloviag same by way
nl Sia-wnrl l.nk,', Ihal. hlnke, Middle
imi. Naaiih T.clii Lake, llnil wood river, Hear Lab, pnssint; ihrnuifn Fort
Cnnlcy, thence nlnn^; vnlloy ol .-kccBi
river lo summit between Skeen.i and
Siiakini.  rival-,  down   tho  Slickinc in
r«kfTipk    (li.k.    llla*lla,'    lip    Tell**.'*   Ipli
■ i.-a-k lai Icail waleis nf Ts'n river
and int 1. lhe iiiy aif l)aw-a,n ; n|s„
In,111 Aslernli to Iho Frnsar river Han
iiinn* Iti*: etetk cn:er. thnt ner;
nlso   Irom point nenr   l.illooot   lloag
lhe smith siile nl Sealnn lllld Ander
-,,n lake-, lllld viu Lillnas'l Inke nn.l
mer .inal ll.'irrisiin lake In Ynn.nii **i
unn PLACES mim: in ais*
TK A l.l A
Aiintlia'i laiu liml I'ii- I"'"' made at
I'.i-.iiliiii. Au-lrnliii. A miBitci Ml
tiiiearilia.il in ihe i laiin nl lhc PmMOI
I Bllisl Synil'ilille, nhi.li NigM '-"I
.aan, ,-, it, \iiln.< Mag aln-i' nn CWIO.
This   is   by   (nr   tie    Mggl»<   i*"!! "I
loU ah *,ii.*i.**i   ni'i*  'he largi Hg1
...I ll.l.* 1*.llllll 111 lhe -ll.'lllnw Wnii,
ill*.-.   aa|   ||ia* Ut.      The  unld   is  gadg
riggi inin ili..|i gronod, nnd th.' nnt
Link 1- |,i,inn-ini; lm lie* I'ns'.linn Al
luiial Ciiiiipmii. whi.h hu- |n-l lml
liinnsl    in    lie    ra MM   poddork,
Ilui.      in    I    -tl:l 1 a-li. ,1- l.-l -     in    tli.*
I' iiIiiii   I liileil,   nn.l ihai   hau    ln-a-li
n|tiB| luge aliviila-nil. -in. a- lhc inn.,
wa- n|.-nisl up.
UmttunnS—tl&tit
,'•■1'
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GRAND
BOULEVARD
EXTENSION
llll c.K 1M1 HIltT.KVARD
NOKril   VAM'Ol'VIR
This property has been subdivided into acreage blocks,
with street allowance taken
off, and is now ready for
sale. For prices and particulars apply to
The North Vancouver Land & Improvement Co.
Lm. Ltv.
MAHON, McFARLAND & PROCTER, LTD.
Corner Pender and .Seymour Streets Official Agents
I. (). ()   P.
North Vnncniivcr Lndfo, Nn. "■'.
meeti every Tlniisdny eionini;, corner
l.nn-dnlo Avenue and First ninet, It
1 .,',l,,ak. Vi-iiin({ brethren annliulli
inviteil In nltend. Ira K. ttUt, K,
n. ; lt. K. Dniialdsnn, ree. me, : J, '■
I'illiiiK, P.O., li'in.-ieo-
*»H»HHH-»-HH»*HHHHHH< 11 HHM'M-1 M-M l-l-l 11 l-W-l-l-H-l-l-l-H-l-
HH-
Canyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
Kxti'tisivi   lirniii'l Ilinli-clans shvk,  at moilcrato rates.
j.-aniily |< ns en Miitc witli special ratrs.    House (ircatly P-nlarRcd.
Kasy trail l" IBDimil ol   OfOOM Mountiin,    altituilc 3000 Int.
Scenic Delights     lishing      Hunting    Mountain Climbing
Unequalled for Holiday, Long or Short
F. CANCELLOR,
Manager
SEASON 1910
P, LARSON,
Prop,
I'AIM. k  Ii Mil.I.AN WOI IT
THK KXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, 15. C.
THK BXPRES9
Cl -iSHlPIED  Ml. ('(HI MNS
! *        ilia*    «   ml        Hid     llaa*    aali,*|||l.*s      ,..'
i iiiini'  loi ail udvcrtliing,
KMT'S
Rlngb In-i'ii, in* pn lim*
(Ine lln*],, Tlo per line per in-,*iii,,ii
thu" Month, .'i.  pei lui'* per Innrtlon
DISTRICT COUNCIL
(Continued Iron peg! 1)
Megaphone
Methods
It you had i vole* like thunder,
with a Megaphom attachment you
could not reach as many people u
you can through our want adi.
You hive not got the voice but
our paper It it your aervice ill thl
year around.
WANTED
NnllllL'.   -II* i     iii-lns    liaall,
waahiig in- am    ii *l .'i homework, B
per .laii'.    App      It. ('*". Expi     IH
B
FOK IttNf
I'UII  I.T.YI   I a. .   Ironl   b.li i
furnished,  Third    *• r I ounlale
A. \    I-**      ml,.,.. a
TO I.KT  I i room, hen!
I'll.      llllll      01     U a   laaa'll Ilia ;||.f,|-|           ,|1  |
■Upper,      laa     Ilia,   ,, rl     I iii    I"' '
l"i'.ii|.'-,   Iltl,   -I ,**!   ll..   I  I   I*   "'.
FOR  SALE
Mi "iii;niiM-    n., I .ai,       (,,* I,
cii'iv morning, I **l   apply. Phone
in
rm; sm i. imi nnd iiini.*. \ppic-
■ IK upplen,     \|.|.li. I'. I',. K.*. M<*.
I'llll      lie, I
MISCELIiANEi.US
•I.     I  aallll I     .-lllll     North     I  aall   ll ill'
I'l'la*!     M'lH.ll     t'.a.    fUf I   all* .
Ndltlll   VANI m M i;  UIU Hi STBA
M*i i       ia* lied   |oi   *l na ,  ,   ...auerls.
etc,  l'. ti. Bm 31,  I'h.'iie inm.   It.
I   ll.lllal',     Vinlltlil      .'I'lll     l<    1 - I.-t .
EDUCATIONAL
S.    \ .    I'l,|a It   ll"H      lH'l    hi
Sl. John'i I lnir.li  II
mi— V. a. t. '.i:\ihu il.
MUSIC
0, II. Mum ..t I.a. ia*,.,   . ii hn ,,i
Mania].,In,,  B * tnr, will   n
■   li|ail- at   IM   I a.-'   11.I..I  -ln»l,
North Vancouver.
FURNITURE
V..    ll ill   I.lll    ..I    .*-    '    a'*    .*   ll,'II    sta.V. -.
rain,'. - aiml hounhold    oodl loc   «|mi
I una* r'i,  70   I '"    'I lie    \l''l'il''.
I'llllll-     I-l. I'.U.     I'...\    IIS,
TAILORING
The  Mnin i;\   I illn|i> ,i Rl NO
VATOEV Suiti  1.1 fi.ni m ap,
Miil-   pmaml,   '■     ; aril llml    nnd
I. II "" , 'll.    I,   Ill'll   ll
ed, n.n,
G.M.N. COAL & SUPPLY CO.
aro nnw teady to fill all orden
for coal They will
oarry a full line of building sup
plies Oct the hest. They have it.
A trial order will convince you of
that. Oet your coal before the
rainy season seti in. Head
quartern on ■orner of Esplanade
and St. Gcor,;o, Nnr,ii Vancouver.
Phone 259
Terms Cash
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Anyone WUtUg anything in
tbe line of p.iperhurtinii, kalsom-
Ining, inside (lecorrit.ii;:, staining,
graining or high 'Tns, nlM work,
drop a card to A. Clii'-linlm. North
Vancouver, nr nil personally at
his reaidence, Kelvin Grove, Keith
Road West. High class relief
wirk a specialty ami miy first
class work son*
m in tin
'I ii.
ll.   ll'll .all I       III       \i-lll   |J
Philip, beloved   hi id It
i
■ a.,    mil  Ih   |*<
hy ll. c.ink igiinal the ili-triei In,
iln. reiiinial ol piles nit In- propert)
an I.win Creel -nme lime IgO. It
wu relerred to the clerk to tur.iiih
theae facts.
I'nilii .1.   I-'.   I .-iiiia .ill.  Van..niii'i*. nf
lering n pri,■,' thai would yield 66 per
■ i'iii. fnr ■ block nl the dietrlrt'i
bonda,    Th,' elerk itit .1 ihll   would
lilllll* It    al    '.'I    i'l    '*'■"'   DIMltl   nil      ill'
dollar,    Referred  ,, the committae nf
the   llli.ile.
Hr. .1. M. I'laaiiiini* (rented to kn.."
if   llla'li*   WII   aitu    |an--il,illll   nf    am
■a'ill*/   ilnlli*   tn   Itn--   Itaaalll   taa   ll
lot   Iiiiii   Iii   lil     I llli aa a   . a,    In  ill,  mill
Mi.   l'i* imiii*    laid   le*   would    iiii
ni-h mil II lumbal   ii a iei * ii ii'l
pi i.a' in grivrl could Ik* laken on o!
.a a.M a retb bed. The lailm would
I**  p. > i. i.-111 • -1. t.     It ui*  ia lerred lo lhi
■    a. llll   |*'il|.*i    to  aal.
li    P.  I .   K.-i.i,.-.lv. ..I labte   ill
In ninii .  in.i'ii* .-11 > |, I i, -: 11 i a, 11 I ,i lh- bal
in a* ni iiii* pnymenl due ihem on tln*ii
ile  lia*. contract.  The engini t
ml ll hid imt liii-n linallv in-|«-i led
I In-   - |,*lk    h;i-    aillllaall/'il    In    pill      Ol
the engineer's certtfleite,
I III-    ' la'l'k    icaiilllall   all   Ciplion     nil a
-'rip nf laal- adjoining il"' neu ili-*
'in i path iii D, I.. BM nial 863,
tin iln* -iiL".*i'-iii,n nf Coun. Hlillu
mui i re-nlniinn wn- passed aiklng
le* pi-Hi im ial governnn ni to take in
tai .*..ii-iili*i*alimi ihe queition of linn*
for mnitrortion n( iln* -" "■' railwaj
up (I rouse mountain lor which a > hai
let na- being applied «o thai the pub-
lie    illt'l.'-l-    mighl    I"'   |,|e-el'leil     III
placing  a   lime limii   fan* completion
.nial .*i   pini i-imi again i alienation ol
lha* , h.n '.*i.
I li** engineei  was   ini mi' t"l   '■►  iv-
port    01   nm   liaiii-e-   tli.it   were   llllill
nn  lha-  linn  \.'illi'i   Irnii.
I'liine illni'   I lii.lnp-..n  ua-   in-l,n ted
tn reporl nn boulevirding in lh I.
US In  Mi. Spooner,
I In*   (,,lInli in*.*     an lli   lal   :n*.*illlllll Wl'l'e
pa I   Board .,f forki U,BOM, n
nance 17180, waterworia tm.li.
CoUn. Allall lllllli'll ill ro(a*ll'ln*l' la>
lllc - atelna'lil aaf lha- iill ill _■ III. el
llllll    lllc    I lllniai'l    Hail    tai    lha'     I allll"
t.ii ...ul.l I.,* repaired f,,r MOO, »iii
chargeable t" each i-orporatlnn, ud
broughl tn a )i pn "'in* gnde th >i
iha. .in  I., offered hall lhe aoal whieh
a- i   i.a.a   ,, ,..,.,,| |gn lor doing iha
iiaa,I, ilii-ni-a-lia". nn lie* (..naliiion lhat
he glide lines llnl clai'.al I'.'pel a*. Ill.
I h ■ nml ii.n pained.
Tie- . l.-ik na- in-lni. tail Iii iniiiili.. II. ('.   rciectrlr   liv. In.    lekiag
ih ii  Ii.itc.*.' in grade W mde nt
nation  US, i apilano  ".ten-inn  until
-lliil 11 I'il ll'll |*a*lllli--i,a|l frnin lhe dill i.l Mgineer.
\    ,,-,,In'i,,||   ua-   p:i--ill   In   Ila-   tail*
warded i" the minisler ni pablb works
md ih,' I... il m.iiii.' petitioning for
iln- repairing nf the old mail ihiough
Maaiaall 1 illl1   HI'   tlia'   a llll-1 |Hi't ioil   111     III
-1a.-a-i i.i .,.nn.*.t uiih ihe govern! t
bridgi* nn the mat boanbf) nf ihnt
townsite.
innni iiim Bridgman reported   tha
In* had   Interviewed the   M. •'.   Ele
i;    i *a  i.■_■ unUng Installing a-lc.
Ilia   lightl  at   Sorth   I on-Tlllo ulul    lc
a-ilaal      |    |,.|l|l      1 ),,|1     | lll'l     lllllllll    Hllll
p|j   with iln* iei|iie-l and withhold thl
laill lill Mil liar. He -aid it ua-
llnl   lhe   |'aall  i   nf   lln-     iiiilu il   In   pm
vide lighting Imi thi- could lie ttut
ja-T   In    IH'Vl   la-ar'-   aailltl' it   illlll    ill'*
u ml -*.  i.*in u.i- inliiailiiivil.
I h. a left „ , in i.u, !,*,| in adii-c
ili.- Korth  I gnsdile Batepajirs'    \-
 f  il.i-  fin'l.
I inin.   Mian and  LWdgWl wonip
i ,i . nmmlttn in Interview ihe
omp nn iii I* -|«* t in a*!a'. tn.* lighting
I'm   iln* I - iii I.vnn Valli'i.
Tlie      f.i. ,1.11  <il    L.'l,lll'      In    lhe    lliil-a"
I.aaii na- a'llhaai i/,-,1 ti. Ih* piml.
lln*    l.*il,  reported ihnt  all lha-   |»*
in    lo    I*.    em' 'I I |.i.-.'in
ing ih." proportion uhnh lhe distriii
-Innilil p.n  nn the various local   im
|iiiiii*ni* igl In* distr(<i
ia nl iii.'i, ligned
Ilia.     I.all..11 ill        |.| IH        mi'       I'll-si-al
Iaai ir,.hi.':i. block :i:i.i'li, l.n i, 'A.
i J02I  a.,i„l nally,   I { led M-7IJ
- . .Ti-1 llllll,     Inl     B I Bt,    anal    the
. ..,11   nf   lalaaak   I   HI .   Mg, A
'      la-     I 0|   Iall    I,   |1.    If   '.'ii
'iiil H. I., 'iisi ui- referred back,
In application nf 0, Marr bar a
road  ii i    referred  in Com. I hnmp-
-nn.       All   appli ll'iaan   nl   Ml.    Ma  \lli-
..I   In  hit- il  allil   I 36-8*53
v. i   nt'iii'ii lai il nglneer to   pro-
Morris   .nnl   McMillan   -ubmilted   1
*.*i.*la i i, S'.TTJ u.l ll|lMI ,.na*h for twn
alll* tt     lot    ll '     Philip    \**a*.   uaalk.      ll
Wl    i*     I * I* *   lln*  mirk,. 111'  iini
l.'llllal
lh. iii.. ,,( ,i. Turner ..f NM f"'
■ I a, road Ihroagh I). L.
1871        i"H u.i- ii
II * *      \ *ill'*i*  loin In law      was
a. ninn...  'Hi. meting ad*
to Mniniui', tho nth,
EASTERN STAR BALL
(Ine nf  ll i>'iy ''Mills of  th ■ -ca
-mi uns earried ini"   effeot  "ilh   alu,*
pomp Iasi evening uh. n ilm   Kastcrn
Sim* lodge ni ihis 'iiy celebrittd their
lir.-t  ball.     Tin* naaaisiini was liriikcl
by a dialling arraj nf pntty    and
unique gowns ronlnrmlng in Unity   io
ai fa-i'ill.'llilit ballroom  -'ene.
Thc affair was exclusive in Kaftan
Sim* members and lo tlw Mnsonicbre
iiniii   uhiah   lodge   mis   Invited    in
ma-sc.     'I In   gueatl nmnlicrcil nt l"list
I'.'j.  Chance's orehntra had charge ol
the nin-i,* ami iluii rendering  iddid
llic   the   lini-liinu' Iniialie-  tn  the   sii,*-
iv-s nf ih,* planing,
Por ihose nhn 'lul imi nip ihe light
[mtiitir cards wen provided and ihe
mi i- ,,l ih,* progreiiivi whial ginw
uliia h ui   plaiinl were Mis. .1. c. Mil
hllll-   allll    Ml.   I'laaalnl'.      Mis.     Viiilin
iif Vanconver unn ihe Indies' i role
ia,a |ni/,a and Mi. Beanel lhe genii-
IM-ll'-.        \   ill nil    I" lli'li he   Was -cri
i.l iii a lan* h ' mi ihe large stanc
it  lln* 'inin iif llu- liall. A largi mini
ber ii'ii* pii-i'iii Irom ViaeouvVa
TESTIMONIAL FUND
I'.ililnr Kvpie-s :
Sir,- li i- propoied IO nin a fund,
limited In nne ilnlain pel* illiliviablal
subscriber.   In   purehil-e  a   gold   ualali
and chain f"i Reive McSaughl ii a
slight inilicntinn nf appiviatiiaii nf th**
untiring efforts which he lm- mde in
connection uiih the Second Nirrow.
imiii:''. Tin* appreciation i-, wc arc
assured on all -..I.*-. widespread, ami
in- have accordingly ronsented '" wl
a- trustm f,,r iln- object, A- it i-
eitremelj desirable that every citi*a
aaf   III.'   North   Slllll*,"   -lllllllll   Ila"   |h|r   1*1
■ubscribe, -In,nhl In* so ui-h, sums of
j.'i mil m sl uill lie received by ths
Hank a.f ll. V. A., lh,* Hunk ,,f llnmil
ton, tlm I'.ipia-s office, ni  anv iif the
* llli* l-     11 ho|','     -llll-**l*i|,li,l||     -llaal-        |   -
Kini.'. Vniiis fnilhfiilli,
I. ii r,i;iin,M\\.
■ I. HVI.Ii: llll\AI.I)Sll\.
I!.  I'. MACM'.IMI \
Tun sl,■aniei- mc nniv lyini; -iile by
side nn tha* Wallace uays. I hoy me
lh'"   Kinjial   belonging   tO   the   Const
s. S. Company ami Ihe Burrard own-
id by On* Vancouver Towing nml
Lighter Company,
DISSOI.l'TioN    OF   PABTNEJISITIP
NOTK''*: i„ hereby given lha: the
rn paiinei-iiip heretofore lubeliilughe
tween the inderiigned is real e-i**a<*
broken under the lirm nuw nf I'M
Murray Co., North Vincouver, h.s
. this dny been dissolved by mutual.. u
senl. All debts due in he snid parV
licl'sllip lire Iai Ila' p.iiil In Man nl V
I. Illl-r    mill    .Inllll    li.     .1.    Mill Iall,   '_".
Inii-ilale Ala-nil,., North Vaneouver.
and all purtnei-hip alibis In bl pin
In   lliem.
II   ll. IT Ulll.
.Ill|l\ K.  .1.  Ml in; W .
A. R, t\IH IIS.
North Vincouver,
1     (tetnhcl*   I,   1910,
',   Referring i.. above, IT Vi. Eldei   n I
'laillll    li.    Illipil     beg    laa    llllllll ila   ill ll
tiny   uill   nniv   nn   as   licr.'liifiilV    th
■ icnl a-sta a*, Itisuranee and general I'm
aiiaial   Ini-iiii*--  nl'   lhe  linn  nf    l-'.l. I, i
Murray I'n.
li w. ELDER,
.inll\ li. Ml IlliW.
NOTICK
NOTICK i- hereby givn tlm' iklrtj
alavs nfter the liist publication ..f thia
notice,  I  intend  t,, appli   m  tin- Sn
perintewfent of Provincial Polln fnr >
renewal ..f the limi'l I oense fm*   the
Mian.lyville   II..I.'I   -itllal.il   all    M.a a !.
vill.-. It. ('., mi l...i 9TS, group I. N«
Ita-lmin-iii' district, fm lha* term .>f
-is in.imli- ronmeneing Jinniry let,
I'.Ul.
isl..i i     thm BOOTH,
Bated ni Korth Vaneouver,
Hat.  llth, IMA. XI
TO CHANGE CEMETERY SITE
\    IlliiVilllCIll    is   11 ,U    aan   fa*ail    III     ll i*
loenl finlcrnnl  -<>< <*iii-  looking  In   a
change nf tontion uf ihe Nmih Vnn
COUVer    a ,.|iaol,*ll .        Ill,-    pl,-elil     -iln
ail inn  Is   thoughl   Iii I.'  Imli   nni
ible nml   iin-nilalila*.      A   nn.iiiiL'    <>i
-anna, iif 'In* representative! un-   held
nil   llaill lal    elelliliL'   U la. II    lha*     |'l>
liniinaiv steps uai*.* ink."ii.   Reaolutioni
will probably I." prepared by nil iln-
IiiiIl'os   anil   lh  -e   allil   nllia 1   il ita   all.I
renomm bilions "ill .nine np  11 'nn*
the cily council  uhaa uill  I.,  ask, d   In
ink,* action ailaaiia.*   li.* lm,*   Higgesled.
Mi-.   >ala    nnl Mi--   kin  Snlo  aliiv-
i.l in ilia* * in  alii- week Iron I own
taift, England, and uill become   per«
llllllient    t'a*-iala*lll-
•I.   II.    RngHsh   has |iuri li.i-o-l   i"i'
Ini-iii.-- ,af Mr. Milling, Nn. ill, I, H-
dnlo Ale.,  nnil  lie bu-iiies-  In-i,n'"*,
known as the ti. K. better)   wlli  ti*
turned tm,, i groniry itore,
TKNDI'.KS ink PIRK Htltll)
sKAi.i'.ii 'n:\iir.iis uiii u-, Nd
In ih.* undenlgncd ap in 5 o'eloek p.
m.  mi   M.. 11 * I a i v. Mth  in-l.,   for    the
appli anil ilelllell nf | III) a*,.ail-
| I,  ml III ...III lln...I, I l.'ll ...I.iln bal delivered it * It) hall i i'i a **M|.
a* Iin* hnll. Ith -Ini'l and I "i . ■ n.1-
11  lii,. hall, lilth .tii-i-l,
mtMM >lll I'lll HH.
( IH   I lelk.
Mort^a<jc Sale
nr vmi \iii.i: miv
PROPERTY
l 11,1, I ainl   In   l il I f   the I'ullcl-  aaf
Kal niaiiiii'l in ,, i ,*i'am indentur
-a   Mortgage, which uill be nrodurrd
at the time nf -ah', lln-n- uill bc of
ferasl for -al,- lal   piibba   nn* It,,i,  Itj
nil*: siii'uiiiit*' ni* nn un \i\
ol VANCOl Vlll
|| lha* ll,allr ,,f I o'clock 01 ll<> 'l>* I
nniall
On Friday, Nov. llth, 1910
III   the
sm mil's omit,
IN IHI  I (UK I HOI SI,
iii lhc (ily nf Vnni.iiner, II. C
Thi* fnlhiiiiiiL'  propert) ,  nine li
M.l.    WII   >I\CI I.M!   llllll   ..Hail,
pared or tract aaf laml ud pnmim,
lituatc, lying nml bring m the  Citi
aaf    \.allll    lal ll'l.   ill    tlia'     plaaini* a*
ni British Columbia, ami being known
allll   ill'-* l iln-il   ;l-   lolloW.      I.nl    "|
la' -iiIhIi1I-h f   lull    lll.*lla*   llnl    tlm
UM    l|g   A     111,    III    block    aluliti   I',,.,
{_), iii subdivision ■•( Districi Uol In,*
hundred ind inn |iVW), L,iaan| 111,
\'nna'alllli'l all-ll I' I. a* . a.hi Ig I" a tn i|
nr plnn nf lha* -anal -illailn i-iaaii i|,.p,,.
itci   in   lha-   I.mill   l{a*L'i-ll>   (llllia*   al  'll.
(iiv iif Vancouver,  ,f,,ie-nid.
Till'.   VIAIHlll-    M!l    INP0BM1 H
llllll     lll.'ll'    is    sitUatl    aa||     llll*    -allll     I'l.a
party n Kit AMI-. Dtt'iT I iv. mu HI
TKHMS Of SMI ID |»*r Mt, ,,l
lln* pin, ha-,- Money In he I'a 'I Iia < a-li
at   till-  llllia-  iif  -ule,   allil   ll..   I. ilnn i   n
a..inilaii.e uuh aondilloni ',, 11 m *la
known il time ,.1 nba
Pot finilicr particulars .mil rond)
nam- nf Kale, applv in
t   \   IIWUY
-.all. llnr   fnl    MO
■*•*'' [,, mull.* Direct,
\ in*iinii'i. P,  i
llnlisl   ,1   Iiii, .iin.r. II. C. th .   Hit,
■ l.n  .ai ii lobar,  \, D., IW*,
STOVES TO BURN
wc carry such leaders as
BELL OAK
SUNBEAM and
FAIRYQUEEN
.ilnn a complete line "I
Air Tidit Heaters and
Box Stc
oves.
K vmi are m need nl a rtove tlon'l
(ail tn sn- mir lines,    'l mi will be
ihe gainer.
paine & McMillan
The Pioneer 1 lardw arc.
North \ ancouver
PEAIlOl Vs
RA1IJIOAD
KINO
PEABODYS'
union y.
MADE
OVERALLS
lla*     ,1,     -a.la*    IlKent.    lll'l.' ,f|'if- ■ ".
m »
■ ■ /l   _m
ilv  ntnuluturar   ^FfARnTn
.**     ,|     * II   ll    : IIUI "'''-J/- *
_\ianjt.\
__
The    nnly   inii'mf.i'niii'i
that    pl.i'i
iiniii" if tin v ,ln mil i i
AMERiUH
I
Try n pnir
Ami U- .tu.v.tioil
IV tbti<h -  Itailro >t  K i
GOODS
MMnnuKD
Ski,
I aar S.I. I„
CUMMINGtS
da in v Cliitliiiii;. I niin-li'iia •„. Min'-.   1 ..i.ii- ~'. md
Children'* Booti md Sinn a.
NEXT TO BURNS' HRAT MAKKKT
m
!   SPECIAL FOR TEN DAYS
•      t
	
a
; Coldykc B«ikiiyj Powder *
Two 16 oz. Tins for 35c
|   J.A. &M.McM.LLAN   }
^ ('.'iini Lonidili .imi I -i *
i ♦
a.a.a,a,a.aa.*. + . + .t.t,a,+ .+ ,a,.+ ,+ ,+ , + .*..+
ll      R       I       llaaal.l   ,   |   l,,*ll    k III all II  llH-l
i'        i Ihl    ■ in   Im    lakl n an in*
\niili Van i'i "iiniL'o
nlu*li * II '.-'ili in tin.  enlargement
equi| in   The lirm
'    I     '   "I    a,f    Ma*      ,..    I   |,;1||1*|,
ITAKE NOTICK llul tlm Council of tbt Corporation ol the City ol
Nortli Vint aimer intendi to construct tbi uaderai ntkraed works
of I.ochI Improvemenl under subsection 1221 icction 25(1 ol the Muni-
cipel Cliusei Act, ind intendi to assess tlie lml coit tbertof npon
the real property fronting 01 almiiinR thereon, ami to be Iwaefiiti 1
thereby, ami thit 11 itement showing the lands liable to paj the uid
uieiiment ud thi nimeiolthe ownen thereof, u firucinli u
certained (nun the llll reviled AlMMOeOl Iinli.   ll nmv  am die i„ t|,,.
Office of the "Clerk ol tin   Municiptlity, mid ll open ioi impaction
1111 rjn^ office hours.
Furnished House to Let
FOURTH   STREET
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