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NOKTIl   VANCOUVER, B. C., FRIDAY, JANUARY 21. 1910.
NUMBER 20
New Council Hold Regular Meeting;   Local Champions      District_Council
The lirsl regular meeting ol
tlm buard ui aldermen for the
year lyiu to 1911, was held ,11
lhe city hall un Monday evening
Muyor W. H. May presiding.
The oath ui ollice was duly ad-
uiinisteix-d by His Worship, and
lilt aldermen tuuk their scatis
on tilt lell and tht right ul the
mayor's chair as lollows: Aid.
McRae and Aid. McNeish, Aid.
Schultz aud Aid. Irwin, Aid.
Suiiili and Aid. Fowler.
City Clerk Shepherd ruad his
report as returning olllcer at the
civic elections, which was adopted.
In a short inaugural address,
Mayor May referred to his record ol seventeen years in municipal positions, recalling the
iact that he was the only survivor of the three councillors,
who had pledged tlieir personal
credit in the early nineties, to
save the credit ol the district,
namely, Dr. Carroll, John C.
Woodrow and himself. He noted wiUi pleasure thc fact that
some members with whom he
had sat at previous council
boards but who were not members ol the previous year's
council, were again lound in the
aldermanic circle. Then- was
only one member ol the council
who was new to the work. He
relerred to thc many important,
developments which were 111 con-
templalion for the year, and
Imped loi the utmost harmony
and the most cordial co-operation from all members ol llic
board, lor tin.- welfare of the
ciiy.
Mavor May then announced
lus arrangement ol the standing
committees lor the ensuing yi .11
which was, on motion, eiuiorsed
by the cou. .il as lollows; Fm-
ancc committee, Aid. MiKac,
SchulU and McNeish; board ol
works, Aid. McNeish, McRae
and Kowler; waterworks committee, Aid. Irwin, Schultz and
Kowler; lire aud light committee, Aid. Kowler, Irwin and
Smith; health committee, Aid.
Smith, Schulu and Irwin.
Aid. SchulU in speaking to
the motion to conlirm the mayor's arrangement of committees
took occasion to congratulate
Mayor May upon his return for
a si iniul year, and slated llial
the ratification of all the money
by-laws by the electorate, together with tilt re-election ol
three members ol tin- previous
council in addition to the Mayor
constituted the seal ol public
appruval upou thc general policy followed by the administration of 1909 lo 1910. Aid. McRae in secuiiding the luotiun,
spokt wiKli similar import.
Communications were dcili
with as folluws: Krum K. Vic-
kery calling attention tu llic
unliiiished condition ol a portion
oi irilli slreet east alld asking
that it Ih* remedied. Kroiu lv.
Dowic to Iiu- same ellccl; board
ol works lo act.
From M. C. Wiggin, asking
for a roadway lo his property,
lots 29 to 31, block 18, D* 1,.
549, as ho intends to build; llio
board ol works to act.
From Wallace Slup)ards, requesting lhat the Esplanade,
east oi l.onsdalc avenue be improved. From Hurrard Sash
and Door Factory to Hit same
ellect; board ol works to act.
City Engineer Hants submitted reports as lollows: Recommending that the district coun
cil bc requested to furnish a profile showing the permanent
grade of the pipeline road in order that the new main may Inlaid at a permanent grade; adopted.
Recommending that the 1011-
tractor lor building thc new con-
cret* wharf be allowed the use
of the Lonsdale avenue street
end under the direction of the
council; adopted.
Advising that lhe grades for
the Dank of Hamilton at the
corner ol ist street and l.onsdalc avenue, providing Ior a
bench grade on 1st street, and
recommending tli.il 1 previous
by-law, conliiciing with this
grade, be repealed; adopted.
A petition Irom residents  111
blocks 157, 15K, lbi, and 1(14,
asking that an arc light be placed at the curncr of 1st street
and Chesterlield avenue, was referred lo the lire and light committee with power to act.
A plan ol subdivision ol lot 9,
block S, D. 1,. 6lb, was submitted and approval was withheld
because 110 lanes were shown.
A plan ol subdivision of lots
1 to 5, block 11, D. I,. 616, was
approved.
Aid. Irwin introduced a motion defining tho policy ol lhe
council as to new street work
during the coming year, the text
ol which is published elsewhere.
It was ordered that each member of the council bc provided
with a copy of the motion and
that it be considered next Monday eveniug.
On motion of Aid. McNeish,
the engineer was instructed to
prepare a sketch showing a dc-
linite plan lor the improvement
of Victoria park west, and to
submit the same at the next
meeting of thc council.
Aid. McNeish gave notice of
motion to introduce a general
by-law for local improvement
operations.
On motion of Aid. Irwin, the
board ol woiks was instructed
to roport at next niccling with
reference to a quarry site.
Aid. Irwin gave notice ol a
motion with reference to ntab>
lishing a Carnegie library in thinly.
Ou motion il w as decided that
regular meetings ol the council
be held Monday evenings, and
that committee meetings Ik- held
Monday afternoons at lour p.m.
On motion Mayor May was
appointed to represent the city
on tlu- board of directors of the
ferry company.
Maydr May reported that tin-
case ol arbitration for the expropriation of a lot at the corner of 1st street and Sl.David's
avenue had been dismissed, ami
that il lurther procu-dings were
instituted, they would have to
proceed upon the basis ot the
present value of the lot, and
would cost not less than J400.
The owner WM willing to accept S1500, and the B C. El.Ry.
Co. was willing to pay one-half
of this amount. Ou motion, it
was resolved lhat lhe city pax
the other hall and that the matter be dosed.
Mayor May reported showing
that other cities secured a better rate on deposits and also Ior
overdraft that was at present
aiuirded the city, and the lin-
anco committee was instructed
to look inlo the matter.
A communication was read
Irom the board of directors ol
the ferry, cnclt-sing a draft of
guarantee agri-cliiclit ol debenture aiid ol coupon lor lhe lerrv
loan; referred to the cily solicitor.
Thc money loan by-laws ratified bv the electors wete read ,1
lasl tiino and signed by the
mayor, namely; tot ro.ui making machinery, lor lire lighting
apparatus, lor a main sewer,hu
parks iiiiproveiiHint, lor general
waterworks improvements, and
for au additional school site.
Aid. Schult/- introduced the
matter ol unopened lanes in the
city, the opening of a street
through the Indian rcs-ervc, and
the extension of 2nd slreel cast
On motion these matters wen*
referred to a committee consisting of Aid. Irwin, Schult/., Kowler, Smith.
On motion it was resolved to
call for tenders for the purchase
of the new city debentures, offers tu be tu hand not later than
February 28th next.
On motion the engineer   u.is
instructed to  prepare  spciiiua
tirms for a roadmaking   plant,'
and to submit the mum at tin
next Hunting        /
Dr. .Ionian ollered the Ajax
chemical engine, now lu the gaol
vard, lo thc city for |J00] reierred lo the lire and light committee.
The clerk wa.s inst rm ted to
prepare a by-law to repeal lln
existing by law with reference
to street grades.
The clerk was  instructed  to
The ranking committee ol lhe
North I'acilii' Tennis Association announced its decisions ior
the past season, this weok. The
onlv championship honors credited to Vancouver, were won
by .Messrs. lv .1. 11. Cardinal!
and B. Rhodes, who an- bolt
residents ol North Vancouver.
Mr. Cardinall ranks seventh, in
tho singles and Mr. Khodis is
tenth, while as a team thev arc
lilth in the doubles, ll is staled that the work of these local
players was une uf the Icalures
oi the yoar, and it was only the
unavoidable absence Irom some
of the tournaments which prevented them from capturing a
much higher place in the linal
results.
DISTRICT ELECTIONS
The. ollicial returns of the municipal elections for the district
as announced by Alex. I'hilip,
reluming oilicer, at the statutory meeting, Monday alteruooi,
wewt as follows:
For Reeve:
.1. V. McNaught by acclamatiun
For Councillors, Ward 1:
John Lawson        98
w. a. Thompson     61
Jack I.oulet        56
Spoiled ballots          1
Lawson and Thompson elected,
Ward II:
T. A. Allan   169
l-;. ll. Bridgman 161
1'. Westover     ,  145
Spoiled ballots         3
Allan and Hridginaii elected.
For School Trustees:
John Lawson      329
Mrs. IC. J. Campbell   215
Henry Thompson      164
John Neat     125
W. Ca Thompson   111
Spoiled ballots          1
John Lawson, Mrs. Campbell,
and Hum Thompson elected.
Car Shops and Dry Dock bylaw:
For Hie by-law  34-
Against the by-law     ;
Spoiled ballots      1
Majority over Hie threc-lifths 86
Mrs.J.Baton and lamil} have
removed to this city and arc residing at the comer of Mahon
ave. and 3rd street.
Card ol   1 hanks
To tlu Blecton ol the Citv   oi
Norlh Vancouver:
Alderman Win. MiNtisli desires to express his thanks   in
his nianv iriends ami supporters
who assisted by llieir votes ami
influence 111 returning him as al-
diTiiian lor the city for the w.11
I'ini, and to assure Uicin that
no endeavor will be lacking upon liis pail to merit the cunlid-
ence reposed ia him.
Dated Jan. 14th, 19111.
Card ol Thanks
To tin  EOeeton ol the City   ol
Nni ih Vaacoavei
Ladles allil Gentlemen,    1  l„ g
in expiess in vou m\ gratifies
lion and tli.inks lor the suppm 1
extended to mt at iln- poll im
the nomination of ferrv direct
ors,   treating I mav  have   tin
honor o( serving yoar interests
on some luture onasion, I ,1111,
Ladies and C.entleinen, Yours
i.iillilnllv,
A. J. BBHDE180N
(■aid ol   I hanks
To lhc Electors oi lllc City   ol
North Vancouver:
I desire to lonvcv im  thanks
in tlmse dtisens erno have
sgak recorded their r-onfidni't
in my desire to work for the
lust interests of the dty, and
in ,i*.iiii ihi'in that it will he
mv   tealoui endeavor to slim
thai   linn   confidence   has   not
linn misplaced
S. I) SCBULTZ
wnii* tin* uu solicitor l.n is
formal imi as to the progress ol
negotiations arith reference to .1
deed llolli lhe district colinui
ill accordance willl the act nl
incorporation,
The regular meeting oi the
muli elected district couucil
was Iniil at thc municipal hall,
Thursday evening. Reeve McNaught presided and there were
present Councillors Bridgman,
j Allan, Thompson and Lawson.
I, A communication was received from the department of marine and lisherics, accompanied
by-.a quit claim deed Irom thc
crown, lor foreshore rights to
eighteen street cuds in district
lots 204, 193, 611 and 469. The
clerk wus authorised to lorwaird
a dollar as legal consideration
fur the same, and to convey lhe
thanks of the council to the
minister ol marine and Fisheries
G. A. Darrett, manager of the
Imperial Car, Dry Dock and
Shipbuilding Corporation wrote
advising council that the comi-
pany intends to clear its property and requesting that roads
be constructed throughout tho
same upon thc local improve-
iiuiit plan; clerk to make further inquiries and to prepare a
draft by-law for consideration.
Plans were dealt with as follow,-,: Lots 1, 2, 3, D. I. 625,
previous! v referred back for information as to feasibility oi
roads was submitted, accompanied by an engineer';, letter
as to grades, and was approved.
Lots 89, 90, D. L. 2044, approved. Lots 8, 9, D. L. 82b, approved. Lot 3, D. L. 2022, approved. Lot 32, D. L. 2022,
approved.
The waterworks committee
of the city council attended,
and was heard with reference to
the location of Hie caretaker's
cottage at the Lynn creek intake, and it was decided to accept their invitation that committees of both councils make a
tour along the outire pipeline to
the intake for the purpose oi
considering all dillereuces on thc
ground and amicably, adjusting
the same; the party will leave
at 1.15 Saturday.
Accounts as lollows were ordered paid: Finance couiniittee
J271.05; board of works J1048.-
99"
Tht clerk reported Hiat property owners had agreed to
grant the second 33 foot strip,
to complete Dudley road.
The engineer reported that the
city intake would nol supply
water in the Lynn Valley district above Kilmer street, and
lu was instructed to report on
securing a further supply.
With relerence to a permanent supply for the Capilano water district, iho engineer suggested a rain and a reservoir on
.MacKay Creek; action deferred.
The clerk submitted a statement ol tuiaiices showing liabilities of $22,569.80, cash in hand
139,201.27, income accruing Js,-
000; balance available $11,631.-
47-
Thc linance committee recommended as lollows: That John
Farmer lie appointed assistant
treasurer at a salary ol $80 per
im.niii, thai Miss Peers' salary
lu increased to Jbo per month;
Ihal .Miss Campbell Ih placed oll
the permanent stall at J.is pn
month, that minor alterations
lu made lo the ollice, not to exiled >2,s in cost. Recommendations adopled.
Ex-Councillor Davison arm
presenl, and called atteatioa ol
the. lonncil to the statements
made by Mr. Westover al the
public meeting ol the electors,
when he charged the late mini
ill with having unnecessarily
given work lor Mr. Lawson's
team of horses during the construction of Hollyburn wharl,
and when he said in connection
with Mr. O'Connor's contract
lor the waterworks ditches in
Lynn Valley, "How much
liionev had they" referring to
the neve and councillors, "Irom
lhe contractor." Hv these utterances Mr   Westover had done
Sella.US   II1JIII-     to     llll-     llltllllll I
of the lali council, and he asked
lor   an   investigation   to   ilt .11
tlieir charaili'is.iinliss Mi \\,  1
over   made   a   toiiiplete   withdrawal and apology    The COOS
cil    after    carelttl     lotisidcia
lion,    deemed    the    request   a
reasonable one,  and instructed
tht cltrk to write Mr. Westover
Local and Personal News Items
Elder Murray Co. lire insurance Jack Loutet and N. Lonsdale
C. lv. Melville has opened   a ;   F. B. Day has installed an cl-
barber shop on the Btpiaaaiie tctric saw fur use in his wood
next the Esplanade cafe. business.
Mrs. P. Burns ol Calgary,was Modern six room rials, in the
a visitor in thc city yesterday, Skelhorne block, to rent  liom
the guest ol Mrs. Lever, of 2nd {-15 to )i8 per month.   Irwin 4c
street. Billings Co. Ltd.
The N. V. City Band has rented the building recently vacated
by the Methodist congregation,
and will uso it lor practice purposes.
Rev. Dr. Spencer, provincial
organizer ol tht local option
ltague, will occupy the pulpit at
the Methodist church, Sunday
morning.
The North Vancuuver hockey
team will journey to Victoria
today, to try conclusion: with
the capital city team, on Saturday. Should the locals win,
as they probably will, it will
ensure them a place in the liuals
with every prospect oi landing
thc trophy.
Messrs. Ff C. Tireinan, T. W.
Thomasson and E. R. Dallcy,
have united to lorm thc Noitlt
Shore Real Estate Co., with
their ollice at the loot ol Lonsdale avenue. It is .heir intention to lorm a joint stock company with powers to Uo a general trust business.
Thc marriage was solemnized
on Wednesday, ol Mr. Thomas
Nightingale of Belleville, Ont.,
and Miss Sarah Clapp, formerly
teacher at Capilano school. The
ceremony took place at the residence ot the bride's sister, Mrs.
John Ban, 738 Tram street,
Vancouver. Rev. B. H. Balderston, B.A., of this city, ofliciat-
ed.
Thc death occurred ou Tuesday, of Arthur W arnii-ngton, at
his residence, Upper Keith road.
Mr. WarL.^ngton was a native
ol England, mo had resided lor
many years in Jimaica. He
removed to this city about a
year ago. Tht funeral look
place Thursday afternoon to
Mountain View cemetery, Rev.
J. Hugh Hooper, pastor of St.
John's olliciating. The deceased is survived by his wile and
one son, thc latter residing in
Calgary.
The annual meeting ol the
congregation ol St Andrew's
Presbyterian church will be held
Thursday evening next. Business and pleasure will be combined to increase the interest in
the proceedings. Tea will be
served at eight o'clock aud the
program will include addresses
from Dr. MacKay and Revs.Mc-
Gillivray, Woodsidc (Vancouver) and Henderson I New Westminster). Rev. J. D. Gillam,
pastor, will preside.
NEW BlILDINGS
0« Mine K. Hughes is Imildillg
live milages at the corner ol
4th slleet and St. Giwrgc's ave.
tiiree ol which art already rented L. L. Dickenson is building two cottages at the lorner
ol 3rd street and St. Andrew's
avenue. H. Hooper is building
three cottages al the corner oi
2nd street and Chesterlield ave.
iwo ol which are rented. Chief
Davies is having lus house, corner 4th street, moved out to
AI,ilmii avenue and a foundation
built under it. Matt. B. Mat
tiinson is the contractol lor Hit
above. The same builder has
the dormitory at the 13th slreet
fireball roofed iu aiid likewista
the taretakefs mw tottage at
the Lynn creek intake.
accordingly,
The Imperial Car and Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Corpora-
lion by-law was read and reconsidered and linally adopted and
signed.
Resolved to call for tenders
for bridge on Doran road.
Council ihcn adjourned.
Wanted.—One acre of ground
cleared, plowed and harrowed,
D. L. 801, between 25th street
and Lynn Valley road. None
but responsible parties need apply. Geo. Wagg, 1 tb Hastings
street, Vancouver.
i The annual meeting ol lhe N.
V. Horticultural Society and
Farmers' Institute which was
adjourned from last week, will
bc held in the Horticultural
hall, on tht evening of Wednesday thc 26th inst. at 8.30 p.m.
Wanted.—A young girl, 14 to
16, to assist in house irom nine
to six. Apply 152 3rd street
east.
An electric saw and other requisites of an up-to-date wood-
yard, has been installed by the
N. V. Woodyard at thc corner
of 2nd street and St. Patrick's
avenue. Messrs. Plowman &
Hughes, the proprietors, are prepared to deliver all kinds oi
wood at short notice.
The executive of the N. V.
boating club will meet on the
evening of Thursday, the 27th
inst., to arrange for the raJlle
on the following evening. All
sellers of tickets are requested
to hand in their books, that
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. C. Eves,
started on Thursday last ior a
well earned holiday oi about
two months, at their Jotmer
home in England.
: Messrs. Dodds & Tyson have
disposed of their stock of boots
and shoes, to Messrs. Wood
& Son, Everybody's showtore,
who will pul on a special sale
in thc near future.
: R. J. Smythe has opened a
new grocery store at the comer
of 13th street and Keith road
west.
mmmmam
For Singer sewing machines,
call and get prices and terms
from the company's local agent,
J. J. McAlcocc, Keith block,
Lonsdale avenue.
I anted. — From owners onlv,
a lot on lower side of 2nd street
between Lonsdale and Mahon.
Suitable for store building. Send
best terms to "Property," this
olhce.
The annual meeting ol the
Knights oi Pythias Castle Hall
Company will be held this evt-n-
mg. Among other items, plans
oi the proposed new building are
to be considered.
In the iour.se ol his remark.-.
1 at thc initial meeting of the
new city council, Monday evening, Mayor May announced lus
intention oi retiring from the
municipal chair at the close oi
the current yoar.
For Rent.-Part of new store.
Apply corner Keith road and
13th street, North Vancouver.
1 W. West is building a house on
7U1 street, corner (Jueensbury
avenue.
J. L. Cripps is meting a residence at the coiner of Jtb
street and Sutherland avcum
J. Turnliull ol lli, loial stall
ol the B. C. Ivl. Kv. Co., I,.is
built a residence on Keith road,
for personal occupancy.
F. T. Jenkins is building a re- ,
sidence on Crescent street, east
ol St. Patrick's  avenue,   adjacent to the works  ol  the  Mc-
Dougall-Jenkins Engineers,Ltd. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Streets and Sidewalks
The lollowing comprehensive
resolution with referenci lo thi
civic policy as to mad'* an I
walks, was submitted .ii the
regular session ol the city coun
cil on Mondaj evening, by Aid.
W. J. Irwin, and will be considered at the council uncling,
next Monday evening:
"Whereas this Council  is desirous of providing in au equit
able manner lor settlers within
the citv area the aeceaaary con
veniences ol roads and sidewalks
And whereas a considerable
sum has heretofore been expended mit oi the general funds m
opening .streets and constructing
.sidewalks in Certain portions ol
the iitv. .md there an othei
portions oi thi cit> where rimi*
lar improvements are equally
titu'ssarv eithel now or in the
immediate luture;
And win uas tlic surplus avail
aide Ironi ordinary tax revenue
is insulin lent to adequately provide a lund for the nui-ssan
work in lliis respect, after provision lias been in,uie foi fund
t.-.puiscs, as sinking lund and interest on debenture debt, maintenance ol streets .md the nther
civic departments:
And whereas it is just and
equitable thai .dl portions of
the citv Ik accorded equal privileges and granted similar allowances i as nearly as can be deter-
mined i, inwards opening of
streets or construction oi sidewalks wlnn required bj settlers;
Therefore be it resolved that
the cit\ engineer  he  instructed
to prepare and submit to this
Council as soon as possible, estimates aa follows:
1. Total   mileage ol  slia, Is
not yel i leered and rough graded, and approximate i oal of accomplishing this work.
2. Total mileage ol strei is
not yet adequately opened ior
settlement purposes, and approximate cost 01 constructing
roadways oa theee si in is
3. Total mileage ol luiir (eel
sidewalks requisite to adequati
ly accommodate icttli re during
this year ami approximate coal
of same, ami also su, h additional data aa mav be necessary,
The. object  desired being   as
follows
1. To enable this council to
determine   and   fix 1 uniform
street allow anu rate per lineal
foot for ever) strict now unopened; a proportionate allow
ance lor smh streets as have
heretolort been Opened imder loial lmpii'veiiieiit. where Un
eijuiv,ihni 1.1 tin above rati baa
not  vet  Ineli granted;    and   .tn
allow .uui equivalent to afon
said rale to be made in all i.ists
when in petition or otherwise
local Improvement works m.i-
hereaftei   take plan, provided
bowivi i ihal smh rati or the
equivaluil llu tml has not previously imu granted,
2. To determine that thi cosl
of anv and all new street aid
sidew alk construction erort   ia
excess of the rati ihus fixed
shall bt  charged as a local   1111
provement, and the allowanci
rate atoeaatd once granted shall
lie (onsiltinl as ih, ut\ \ total
and dual coatribuUon Iron lb
general lund on am given street
m this ris|>cit
J.    That as SOCHI as ihls miiii-
> il has toiisidt inl and <lt tiiiuiii-
n iqiiilaldt   .ill"Malii
(withm iln  financial reai
"I tin  1 iu 1 ,ts .lions.nd
entertained  approximate!)   tin
sum iiin-s.ii', ia, providi .1 1 M'l
lor tin- purposi   ,1 mom \   b)
law in prepared and after  due
totisiiltaiioii «nh tin   ratepai
ers in open meeting, ii said Kv*
law is thi mul advantageous to
the city, Mfattitted to th, vote
of the ratepayers al s  earl)   1
date as possible.
4. And il saul none* loan
by-law mn '■ with approval nl
elector-* 'hat .1 reasonable .1
iiiouni "I iimk ai therein authorised in immediately 11
ed with m accordant^ with thc
riquinia.iiiis oi settlers
And it is lurther resolved thai
it is the ji->lii\ ni tin council to
elective!} aid and 1 ncoui -
necessarv local improvement
work, and more particular!) In
iln settled portions ol the 1 \u
and iho • in conn "i
settliiinni and lor the purpose
alons.ii'l it is din' led as lol
lows
1.     Tlmt  ill    I"   id ol works
a 1 the 1 n\ engine 1
and "li* itoi i'ii pan 'in propi 1
legal lorm oi 1 ■'■ ■
petition nml' 1 provii nan 1 ol 1 hi
municipal 11in.. ai I '"'i ihal
-.mii innn oi petition '"
in Miiliu.m inimli.i lol It!
tribution in ratepayers desirous
nl using lliem.
2. Thai iln in- engineir and
board ol woiks have .1 representative present at the city hall
ior one hour each wi kd i_\, say
from ') .1 111. to ID .1 HI , HI ordei' that intending petitioners
may readilj obtain anj requisite information,
I. 'I ll.ll     III    I'll     . ,1    .     aal    loi'.ll
improvement works which ilu-
council mav determine to be of
most urgent necessity, the city
clerk l« authorized to aid in the
cin 11l.1i i< ni nl petitions hj mail
ing a copy in eai li [routing o» n
cr, ,nnl ilui the copies thus
111,nleil lie accompanied In .1
printed circular letter briefly
selling forth the reasons aud
objects, and requesting the owner to sign such petition if it
meets with approval, and en
deavor to ascertain the wishes
a*: an) other owners lhat   ma)
bt   Will i\V II    lal   llllll,     .lllal     IV 111.Ill
01  return the petition lo thi
city clerk.
Thacker   Thornton   Co,   lor
Capilano acreage.      	
HELLO!!
'I'll,, people havt
1,.uml it nut ui
Good
News
THL N. V. LISH MARKET
now ties Man aii'i'ini-iit
The cheapen snd be»l place in town
or all kinds ollre-h snd imokwl ash,
■sultry,«n*, vega-tthle- snd trim.
S. fLOYB,
131 Firat Stmt, Weit
Butterick Patterns and embroider) stamping at Ule .1. J,
McAleiic drj goods ami gents'
furnishing sion Keith block,
Lonsdale avenue,
The Thai kii Thornton Company   have le aapeliul  iheii office
in this uiy. 011 :inl street, near
the Palace hotel,    Tins  move
was necessitated in onler to
11 ipe with tlnn glowing operations iu north shore realt) The
loial office is 1111.ler the inali.ig
c-rship oi Mr. Geo K Pierce,
who has had considerable 1 \
perience in real eatati operations in iln uu ami district.
II. t. KRIGER
Expert en Fireplaces and all
classes cf Brickwork.
All Work Guaranteed.
Corner Kiiteentli Bt. ami .Malum Ave.
Heavy  Winter Underwear
at Half Price
We hive had an unprecedented
sale of goods in that line, but we
still hive sot nc left and we place
that on sale, oommenoing Saturday, for one week at Hull' Price,
_ BUYING THAT   PIANO
EIHELR. H-tRDMAN
3 Kuril Bloat
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIPBUILDERS,
ENGINEERS  fr
Bnilrmuk ,s,    .    .
\i ,i ■,   md Si itionar*   En*
line snd Boiler Work prompt*
1\    I M 1   ll'   I.
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North Vancouver
.1. Il.raly
PHONE R90
Great Sale
ol
Wallpaper
Prices cul in half
to make room (or
new stock.
Come  Early   and
get first choice.
House Painting,     Glastag,
Papei Haa(iag, Katoomiaia|
l>, 1 orstinfi 1 ti
Contracting lor several hundred
pianos,$375.00 to $450.00 grades
ai a big cut from Manufacturers'
Wholesale Prices, enables us to
ship in
CARLOAD LOTS
and liy the "new harness lye-
ten," saving to us inanv dollars
in  freights alone,  we are now
Popular   Dependable   Pianos
'      ,      $21)1)      J3OO     (jSJ
t6.oo to J10.00 per month
When uui deal wilh us you get the
liest1h.1i Tm Lsaoaei I'hnoCon-
1 es is Wi -ii kn Can im, i'.u im al
l>\   }8 M IKS   1K\.  Ih Al   I SN IIKVCI
and .111 abandaao   ol  lapilal, can
give.
Montelius Piano House, Ltd
I l<M4l Hanli«a|a\ Mrwl »»l
Vaniouver,      •        *        B.(.
Uur SHIRT SALE will be kept
on for one day more (Saturday)
at 80c and they will resume tlieir
regular price on Monday.
CUMMING5
Gent's Clothing, Furnishings, Men's,   Ladies', and
Children's boots and Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MKAT MARKET
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I Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods J
Gem's Furnishing and Fancy Store.
t   ,,,r ..;ii , a   riwdlM       T.'h.iii'n'-'ia  A
mm fOROET the January
S ktaking Sale at the Pioneer
Di v Goods and Gent's Furnishing Store, Cor. 2nd Street and
Lonsdale Avenue.
You Can Do Belter and Get Better Values
lhan Across lhc Inlet.
t
D U.SSMAKING on the Premises
Tiniiiiiiiiiiiiiimin """	
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Tis true we are    R
selling very cheap
Our Cdsh-reusing _
SAU R
|i now in full iwing     F
in- nn fining i" move i" more
eotnmodioui quarti ra,
om 10 to 20 per cent, cash
: (uiint on all goods this month
2 Splendid Buys
]   ni, with house in I' I.   ;s; lor Jboo.oo.
$22$ seniles this.
too It. I i.l- li 111 Block Hi, I'l. 717, iij;lit on the nly
boundry, with the most commanding view on the
iiiulli Mora ol  Hurrard Inlet.     Only I150 down  to
-11 in- this.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
|,ini»ilalii Avriiiii'. near I'Yrry
Phones—Offlce :M      Home 22       P.O. Mux 60
Sometimes saves the timepiece
il there is anything wrong with your
clock or watch. Bring it to ui st
once. Our expert will make it
nght again if it can be done by
human skill.
All Jewellery carefully
repaired.
North Vancouver Woodyard
We supply BT0VE WOOD io any length
required, $2.T'i per loud. I -nli-rs promptly
attended to.  Give ni i trial.
(IIMCI AND YARD:
Cor. Second St. & St. Patrick's Ave. .
IV 0. Box 136
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GRASSIE & Co.
31I C»mbte 8tr-**t
ill
All new houses should lie piped lor gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure lor this convenience at a later date.
N.V. LH'.HT. HKATft
P0WSI CO . I.1M1TKI).
Lonsdale Ave.
Cars leave lerry landing lor
all points  as lollows
•6.15 a.m.
*M5   "
•7.J0  "
7-50   "
8.2o   "
8.50   "
9.ao  "
945   "
Aliil vvliuli i.ns leave at ten
nilliulis past lhc hour and twenty minutes  to  the  hour  until
midnight.
• Not on Sunday.
For ('.rouse Mountain take th
Lynn Valley take the Qucenshu
take the Keith R'.ad car.
Cars leave Lonsdale Avenue,
Keith Koad, and Queensbury
Avenue Terminals as lollows:
•6.05 a.m.
•6.30  "
•7.00  "
•7 35  "       '
8.05  "
8-35  "
9.00   si
9»5   "
MS  "
10.J5  "
lo.SS  "
Alter which cars leave at live
minutes to tht hour aid iweu-
ty-five minutes after ttt hour
until midnight,
e Lonsdale Avenue car.     For
rv Avenue car.    For Capilano
<w^.wwww«w	
j BARGAINS
;   An acre, near Lonsdale Ave., on a good road. I'd 3,      CffcAfl   PAfch
Block B, Diitrict Lot 2026, Kor a ftw daye only     <4>VW   I.CK9II
;;   Choice Lot on 5th Street.   Ut '.i, Block 10, D. L 878     £9CA
Win!.- it lute     «PIJv
ll $246.09 1'iisli, Imluni igbt i|Uiii'tirlv payment*;.
Martinson & Co.
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NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C
r     /,- ro !■■ i ft THE EXPRESS, NORTli VANCOUVER, B. C.
BANK OF HAMILTON
Total assets of over thirty million
dollars are entrusted to the custody
of the Bank of Hamilton.
Your Savings Account Solicited.
H. L. PAYNTER, Agent
North Vancouver
MM I. B. MARTINSON
Contractor
Hoard of Trade
niii i nnu m m\;s mm.
ANI' I'liEI'AIUTOKY
i   SI llulliT Hiel V. tl Oniliiill
l''\     "miniaiiil l.rmiMlolltiwi:
I    Hr-nrim ll.mi|it'r inli.
aiatinrv  *.-,iat|»*r iiiiniili
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! i     a 11... i cor,Lohmmii  tv..ud It'll 81,
North Vuncouver Board ol
Trade meets the thiid Tuesday
of each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tut-sdav of lack month. W. J.
Irwin, president; J. G. Farmer,
secretary.
DISTRICT 'MUNICIPAL
COMMITTEES
At their statutory meeting in
Lvnn Valley Institute hall, on
Moiulav, the district council appointed the following as their
standing coimnitlees:
Finance, Councillors Bridg-
man and Lawson; board ot
works, Councillors Allan and
Thompson; water, Councillors
Lawson and Allan; health and
police, Councillors Thompson
and Hridgnian; bridge and railway, Re-eve McNaught and
Councillors Allan and Rridg-
nian; to joint civic couiniittee,
the finance committee: License
commissioners, Councillors Allan and Lawson and Messrs. .1.
Cooper Keith and A. B. Diplock
J.l'.'s; police magistrate, Reeve
McNaught. The clerk reported
result of election in the matter
of the Imperial Car, Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Corporation
Guarantee Hy-law, 1410. Resolved tiliat the by law Ik- reconsidered at next meeting ol the
council.
LYNN VALLEY
The annual meeting of the
institute was held on Wednesday
evening, umler the chairmanship
ol Mr. Hatty Thompson.
The first business ol the meeting was to elect seven trustus,
four to hold oflice for two Teen
aiul lltree lor one year. There
wire nine nominated lor thc office, and (ka ballot resulted as
follows:     H. Thompson 20; J.
|W. Froinnie 20; J. II, Duval lo;
P. Westover 14; E. V. Stuart [8
A. Buckley 18; J, Bollock i.i;
H.Douglass 10; Reeve MiNaught
7, The first four won declared
elected lor two years, and the
next three for one year. The
board of trustees elects its own
ollicers.
Several new members were admitted and it was decided to establish 1 debating society. The
circulating library was also declared open to the public.
The   finances of the institute
were shown to bc in a very satisfactory condition, only $22.00
being required to free the build-1
ing and site from debt.
Alter a very harmonious even- ■
ing, the meeting adjourned with
every prospect of a bright   and
successlul year.
Contracting. — For all kinds
of teaming and team work, land
clearing, etc. D. L. Mdntomi-
ncy at 132 ist street east, or
P.O. box 84.
Mr. W. C. Morrison, who has
been a member of the lirm ol
W. II. Stoney & Co., has retired from the partnership, ami
has established himself in business as a sign writer and high-.
class decorator, in one of the.
stores in the KeilJi block, on
1st street West. The specimens
of Mr. Morrison's handiwork
which abound throughout the
citv, proclaim him a craftemea
ol a high order and HM srfco is
capable ol giving the highest
satisfaction to his patimis
J. II. BUSKINS
Cor. 3rd St. & Lonsdale
Sii.ivsur in W. a. Qlbeoe
HORSESHOEING and
General Blacksmithing
Bpeelal attention ninn t» innn.
ami int rferinf Imr.i".   tin i'iir-
ri:t«e mirk anil -t.-al sli*iri*rnin>i.
All work  v'liiiraiiifi'il.     l'minpt
.tti'ifuiin.   Givt' nn' a trial,
COAL
SEW WKI.I.lNGTOS Coal
'lireet irom tliu ntBM.
I'liii'i' your onler» now ami
-'( nrt- vniir wintt-r'a supply.
Large "hipim-nt. will arrive
111 a lew aliii.-. I'riri-. n*/lil
Large   -npply  of   WOOD
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P.   LARSON
llnlll North Vancouver
Telephone No. 2.
[.0.0 F,
.Xorth Vancouvei Lodgi
55, meeti everj Thai daj evening, corner I.imsil.ih* avenui aad
First itreet, at 8 o'clock, \
ing brethren muli,illv invited to
attend,    J. Kelly, N.O.; A  T
Kennedy, Rec.-aec.j J, 11. Pii
Hug, Fin.-sii.
4. t. T110H4S
CARPENTER
1   riMATl    G1VEI
REPAIRS PROMPTLY attiaim u
i'.n. Boa 118 Hi*-* W Hnd it. I*.
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GROCERIES
PROVISIONS
BOOTS AND SHOES
CENTS' fiJrNisHiNgs
Our aim is to give satisfaction
to our customers.
Our delivery goes to all parts of
the city. II nm li lea no telephone leave your name and
our delivery will call.
DODDS 6-
TYSON
Telephone 41
Cor. Hth St ami Lonsdale
Buy at the
Welcome
Parlor
And Save Money
For Groceries
Dairy Produce
Vegetables
And Fruits
Best i.i M. Cofleea, Freeh
routed and ground, 3 lbs. #1
Indian ami Ceylon Tea, '.> lb.
can $1
Alberta beet ereamery Butter,
3 lbs. $1.
Eating  AppltM :   Northern
spy nml Qravenateln.
I', ars .mil   Oranges:   Plenty   on
band at greatly reduced prices
Large eaaortm tnl ol Imported English Candies from 15c lo 30c a lb.
Have lim Situ Tlii'iii?
II mil, you ri'iillv oagM
In.".*,.
The "G" Brand
Grained Clogs
Thirl: Kelt-Li I, Warm, Cony
ami Dry.     Meal Of ff Ul
The "(i" Braad ('Inn* are
kiiiitni in linos) t-viTv liaiiiilet
Ot the Old C'Mnlry
Thousands nf 'IVstifiimiiiil..
Kiarini*!., k.ni ii■■!-, frulafrawsn,
Mntunnili. Ilrivi't,, Ki'rryiiiui, Hull
duN. Itlllan.T-.   I.llllll...Mai   ll niial   .11
aatllM.lf mrkiTs .inn llia'ir pin
Tin. ll tilinl  npl  ,1, ily:   **K,**
n'ili al I'lait- -   I   ...    I 1 . a 111
whiih tut] ...ii.i.irial.l...    Slaiiaililti't
Ulf   Iai !"■ Will, nil    llla'lll   111   ,*.   ll*i r
* 111 :ln-in ii**h 1*11 two fi ir."
Ynuri,   i, A. IV u.l.
*l*OHi     .lll'l*lll**l   HI     all-.all    Jatlir l,'l>>
A'.KST
H. J. BARliUH
231'' i.ili An*. «,*.|. V.M
limited
Late dipLocK-WriHct
Wis!- Iii inform Llieir i'ii>-
t<nn. is 1 hut they art'erecting
ii dry-kiln nml will In- in ;i
position tii sii|i|ily
Kiln Dried
Lumber
if all kimls within two weeks
Builder* and
Contractor*
V. Larson is prepared to
supply
Lime- Brick-
Sand, Cement
SEYMOIR LIMBER
CO., LTD.
ekon. ie
17th Street, Norlh t.ini outer
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND
DISTRICT
Districi ul Ni » Westmiasler
I'AKK NOTICE llml I, Anjrus Alexin r Crowston    'I \ .1, a.'HIT 11 r ,1 . -
cnpetlon, broker, Letaadi la apply In
permiuloo toparchaee Um lslaWra|afji
-1 rib<'I Iniul:—
t'niiiiiii'iii'iiii: at a pod planted about
And nil kinds of Building
M,    •  1 •      ,,,,*,■     ,        •',  one and one-half milea weit ol PorpotM
atonalinquantitieato suii ,*,. „.,,, ,.„,,, „irlv.,,„,„,. ,
tooth iiunii ebaini, thenee eatl furty
•iinin  mirth m,nly ,tains to
poinl   a,1   ,*..inin.•nitiiii'iii, nnitaininn
i-l.-!.ly UM 11 ■ ■ *r,- ,,r la*-*..
Telt-pliiir,,* IM
Krt*e |i,*jia*ry
ami iit reasonable prioei,
—Al'l'l.Y—
HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER
II I.Ll'lliiNK No. 2,
AMU B ILEXAXDER I'KOWSTOS
Tuvlllli Na retnbtr, IIN
lb-lb
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The view of Burrard Inlei and
Vancouver from BAYVIEW it very
attiactive. Call at the office and arrange lo join our party leaving every
day at 1.30 p.m. Hall-an-hour on
the water and 10 minutes' walk lands
you right on the property.
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On Satuiday last the vote authorizing the North Vancouver Council to
guaianlee interest on the bonds ol the
lm|wti,il Steel Car, Shipbuilding and
Dry Docks Co., was passed by the
|)eople.
Kt-sulls were:
For the by-law       -      -       347
Against .... 75
Majority in lavor -       - %     274
ON  THE  KEITH  ROAD
Just above the northern end of the proposed Second Narrows Bridge in D. L. 621, North Vancouver.     BAYVIEW lots will
command three times the price we are asking when the Imperial Steel Car and Dry Docks Company starts work.
Every lot is high and dry, has good soil and is free from rock.
MIJNSON £• CALHOUN
PHONE 3634
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417 Hastings Street WB *■»nuQ*"m omct
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t <• THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
North Vami "iter. B  C
structure, ample doabtleia, for
his requireuu-nUs, Imt of .1 ram-
hling nature, inconvenient in ar-
r.uigciiuTit, ami altogether devoid of architectural symmetry
or deaign. Similarly, tlif. local
improvement legialation appeaa
to have been evolved to meet
ADVKRTlSlNi,  BATES |practii'iil dillicultics as they   a-
Trambiist Di-.i-i.av   ioflHttllum-^  (llll   n(   aclua|  experience;
its dau.si'S haw been  amended
t.ait.r of
Ratal Hii'ims
One year
11.00
Six month*   •
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Thrt-r niniilli*-
.2.1
Uliited Stall a .in
1 l*„ri'inii,|1.50
I'i'ryiiir
or amplified from time to time
ai necessity dictated, until   it
JO centn per inch each Inierlion
Louue HOTtCM, ETC -fl.00 pn inch per
month.
Lin an Tinea Soticei 10 dsysi (•'>;
imi _jt, |7.I0,
l.atui. AiiVKKri.iM.-Kiml inM-rtion, llldias   (TOWH    inlo   a   sotin-wh.il
■nu per line; each tutawquMl m.«* UU11|K.|M„1U* enactment,   whose
tion, oc. per line .
Rkai,.»o Notkw m Loeu Km c«  ample proviaiona are doubtleee
ruin-M, mi-|..Tlini'.''a,'liiii.i'rliiiii. 'intended   to   umler   tile   lllllest
Ceatun ^•"•^"-'W" "' ,„ti„„it- mdtlii broadeat tree-
rai^i'.i ireordlni toipset laken,
iinin iipun iiiiiiiiiipahlles to  in-
AJIchaDBoiiucoulractadvertlieiucnli    , ,    .,        ,        „,„i,.   „.i<i„<,„,
miM  .hel.Md.oltheprln.erby able them   lo  complj   without
l\>tlii,.*<aliivi'ii'iiiii;i'a.ii'-iiri'piililii'alion ulistim tlnn  .mil  without  ik'l.iv
lnt,"),"■x, ___ with the duly eaprened wishes
Specials for   THIS WEEK
Business Property
Third Street: Lot elow to Mahon Avenue Car Line, $1,000.
Fourth Street: Lot t, Block 134, D.L. 271 (50 ft. cleared lot) $1,300
Homesites
Inside City Limit* Irom $250*   Small cash payment and *25 quarterly payments
ELDER MURRAY CO.
Forth
I'liime   :I7 Norlli VttcouTM
Plmiii* MM Vancouv,
Hlhce Hour. 9 a.m. to ."i.30 p.m.    Open Kveninga by a|i|*ui.itnifiit
Alter office hours, phone Llll
.;
| ul properly owners, as to any
specific  work  width   properly
. lulls under the local Improve-
Noarii Vamhuvf.r, Jan. ii,   1910 nu-nt si stem.  At the same time
— ■  the BCt a.s il al present stands,
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT     le devoid ol thai compectaeai
  and  thai  systematic   arrangc-
The lirsl session ol tlu city nu-ut which ll essential to aait-
coaadl Ior the coining year.held jtalactory naderetaadlng ol its
Monday eveaiag, was remark-'provisions, and lo the eliiiiina-
able ior the prompt maiinei 111 tion of indiitinctaeeo and seein-
Which the aldcrmea all etepped ing ^niradiction oi clauses.
The necessity that action be
taken to remedy these conditions was recognized by the re-
,   u'tu convention oi the I'nion ol
import,mt  problem dealt
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THE LONSDALE PHAKMAC)
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   PRICES    ...
TRADE AT HOME
Plane Facts
About Hardware?
GIVE   US  A   TRIAL
NEXT ORDER.
ON   YOUR
PHONE ig
P. S. THOMAS, P/im. li
D RIG GIST
1
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"into harnesi and fur the number of important matters which
were dealt with in .1 practical
manner. Probably the most
with
*M**l**>*;"'M,'H"W,,5*'W,*K',t,'W"*X--? <*■'*•>
a,aa"aa"»»:aa%.*»»*»
duri'ii-;
that ol lhe local
TIIK WIDENING OF FIR8T
BTREET
ior that portion upon which
there is a probability ol permanent buildings being erected   ill
B. C. Municipaliiies,  and  llieir the near future,  and   thai   the
ihe   deliberation*,  was                 ,,            ,.    ,      * lhe tinfortunate fact that   1st
recomuieiidation lo the provili- whole can he   arcomplishul    In
improvement    . .                   ,   .,   . ,,,     ,., , street is marred   because   ll   is
cial government, thai the act be progressive   st aires,      lie   IUI*
svstcin.    As to tho advantages   .     ...   ,      .      ...   ,  „.... __ twelitv   feet   narrower   on   the                        .   h                  ~»
,,..,.,.       ,   ,       "     sliuplllied aud eodilied, will pro- -                                            gestion certainlv coiiiinends ll-
and the desirability ol ihe prm- portion east of Lonsdale avenue
e.ple  upon  which'this  sv.stem ba.b,>'  P™l«ce sat.slaclory   ^ tha„ 0|, Ulc 1)ortioll wcsl of lhal self as opportune,   that   appro-
operalcs, there is praciieal una- J™1       ^ ^ 4if       ' thorouglifare, is again brought priate  atteiitinn  be given   ll.e
niinitv  among  ilu   retepayere.    ts'  .       ,         ,                  ' forcibly to public attention, bv matter at lhe present juncture.
_,                      ,    ,      ,             but   thi'iiuirhout   the   dominion,   ,                                         ,  .                             —         t
The matters   ol   detail   upon b        . , .the   preparations   now     being 	
which  dil.crcnu'  ,„   opinio,,   _\m l,rwwl,l,« wllh W"* "" * maile bv the Hank ol llam.l.oii
present „■ the -,,....-il,   are   not luCdl ""l^vetnelil system,   ...,- l0 iwl-a bml(lin(, ull llu, solU|,-
d.flieult   of   adjustment.       The lk'r  ll'Klslalu,»   Vfk^   Uh ^ ^^ of ^ ^ ^^
real thlluulties'ol the situation *dU" JS *"* "' H"!'SJ U ""' This building will be a modern
are met with in the endeavor to **>** lt 'S ""^ ^^JTV banking block two storeys high
proceed in such a manner as to **"*   'tlU"'1)l   t0  2™* f" «»<l stnA with stone and brick,
assure the iaet that all is being ucUo"   "'  *■"  ''"'^'H1^- thal is_ , permanent slrueture.
done in accord with the powers ***** tW l""nS' 1,US fallC,l■ It   is   quite   ev.ilent   that    1st
conierred 111 the local improve- Tlu'  loKkal  conclusion   Irom stm,t is destined to become one
ment section ol the municipal ;ht> rnllrt' sUua,krn Sl"cms t0 ,,c ol tht thoroughlares of the city,
clauses act that wluri' propert) owners and and lhal  sooncr  or  |aU,r   Mie
An atteative reading  ol  the municiPal nntdU   proceed   in lralTlc m[\ IUeessitaie that it be
provisions ol the act ia tins u- K"'Kl f,mh -* vvl"' ~* wWwt made of mtiloiiii width through-
spect, r. veals lhe lad. that the *"*" '° CWnply Wlth *" Kt' imt   U would thereiore Ih-good
the lnlirpietatioii oi the act is policy .that  steps  be  instituteil
There'i 1 lot of tools and other irti-
des made to BELL—tnd that's all!
There ire Tooll and other things
made to lell and gm satisfaction by
tlieir wearina qualitiea, and that is
tin-only kind are care to handle. If
VOU huy your hardware here vou can
have full confidence in ite durability,
and upon it always giving you satis-
factory Mrvice,
Paine  (& McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
Thi   Sherain-Williamt
Earth
Save your Piano by hwing
an Expert do your  Tuning
T. BRADLEY TAYLOR
280  Second   St.. West
Work (limmnle-il.     Drra 11 potUl mnl
riir.,1.
Miss B. ARNOTT
will  take a limilrd luimlai
pupill   for   violin      Will   teach
pupils at their home.
l-'or terma ipply:
General Contractor
CLBABUKJ, OEADIHO,  KXt'.WAT-
[NO, Kie.
4I0RICURD SIRIII.  VtNfOlVIR H5 f1|
■ri. • mum
♦f [ lllllllllHfHHtH-Hil-M-HI^H-I4*I-H-I-H-H4 H-H4-H-H-H-I
perplexitiei do not arise because
to be laid on  leasmiablv broad
ll.e   .nl   imposes undue   .'estrii- lu " ,tt,u u" "-"-^hj  ...i-.u, U)   ,i;,u-.,..„   „,„,„   «l,,„   btfij
lions,   but   lathe,   because    its lllU's'  Smh  ',s "'"  ""l  ""|,C'k'' Ulils could be accotlipllsh.^1   be-
provisions en M  broad,   thai lMl1 wffl ****** Uk   l-w,lUon lore ihe erection  ,.l  permanent
then  real import is not at   all
times readily discernible.
In tonsiileiing this ieature ol
the text ol lhe act, 11 is well to
bear 111 mind the Lul that the
several clauses have been inserted and .unainllil limn time to
time to unit practice! ililluul-
ties as they presented theinsilv-
i*>,   Tin local improvement iyt>
tein is by BO means new, alld
the    legislation    in   loniiutioli
therewith is not la uy sense
hasty 01 ill uiiisiiliiiil (In the
contran, t-. U. \\ Bifgar 111
his latest rrviaed edition ol
Harrison's "Municipal .Manual"
tin recognized authority ia
ilns department ol  legal Ion
points 'Hi  llu  latt  that  tin  li,
i.il improvi un in phniipli iv.is
in opi ration in Kngland ia the
year 1).-;, and 111.1t throughout
the slicutiling |O0 u-.us the idea
has been su,niiii developed and
applied b) llli .ills oi plogfessivi
legislation.
The act as it stands, il then
the product oi many vears ol
practiial operations and its
several daBMe have been inserted from nine to time, becaaai
actual ixpeneiiu luis 1.night
their necessity.
It would seem that llit uire oi
the difficulty  is lound not  in
any deicits in tin   text   oi   the
act, but in the arrangement or
rather lack ol arrangement   d
its clauses. The situation 111
this regard is sunn what .ikm lo
that ui wliia h ,1 man starts lile
in ai) liiiinbh nay wilh a small
houst. .imi  as years  pass be
pro.spcis, in-lining in colise
cjuciuc a larger and larger establishment, lie adds 1 wing
here and ,1 1 ninn then until he
hnalh   Imds   himsell   with   a
nl improvementi under this 13* buiidtefi proceeds. Other cities
lein, and will  likewise protectLjddl a hn u-ars ago did   not
smh ltiiinicipnlitics (rom haraaa-lgjtidpate smh .1 dtnatioa, now
ment, Iiniii anv s-iiirie 'fllld themselves lace to laie WlUl
the gent r.il lcxal improvement exorbitant expenditures in   this
bv-law, notice of the introduc- regard, and it is desirable Ui.it
lion ol which was given bv  the « slmilar Mln'"10" '" U,,s Ul-V|
,   . .   ,    ,       ,    , '     ,     be- avoided, il possible,
chairman ol the. board ol works ,
,      ,.    , .        .„ ,    , If investigation .should  show
last Motidav evening will doubt-   ,       ,     .     .
that the citv is not m position
less pave the way lor active and   ^ u|1(K.rUk;. Ul(. ^j^, ol wi(1.
extensive OpCTatioBI under loial t.nln(, (|u.  sUnl   for   jts  ,.|Hiie
improvement,    during   the   ap- length al presenl, then it m.i\
plumbing season. develop   that it can be widened
Norlb Vancouver Specials
twklith street-Ism ni-n«i>io.k innn i.oii«i«if a »«.! m m
ua mth laiif in n-«r    (l.'.'.VI.   (.1IKI m.li. lulnnet' li. l'J nml Is
■seaac.
nnu IWEBT-Oas HeehfMi teMlakll bit int sell ♦ 1.1:7.s
Hull il.li. hull-lire I nnd 12 niniilh..   Tht* ia a gtintl lmjr.
A lillllli COMII  III.IIOK of'.".* arm in D. LW   A very prolit
iMs boy,   S. i.Mki    II.inni ,-aih. halanef is l'i, IS anil .'I nuniili.
C. E. Lawson
Keal Kstatr Sperirflist 15 Lonvlsle Ave Phone 71
LISI WIIH IS
IOR
QUI k RISUIS
INVEST IN
MiMI   t llllll I   III SIM NS
101S 41
lllllll IIM   CUIUS
PIONEER BAKERY
WAlkIR & HliMIR, Proprietors
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
Try onr XXX Brown Bread. Daily delivery Hull parts of citv
l'lione H and 5.1
Stores: 71 lonsdale Ave. Cor. lonsdale & Ath St.
North Vancouver
Accept our advice and don't delay buying.
Prompt action will mean many dollars to you.
It should be apparent to everyone who gives
thoughtful consideration to the subject, that
with the remarkably rapid growth and development, and thc many substantial and valuable
improvements in progress in North Vancouver
that largely increased land values will materially
follow.
Remember we are headquarters for, and absolutely control the best acreage in West Capilano.    Every piece has  had our personal
inspection.
4 cash, balance 2 years at 7 per cent.
Terms
iih
THACKER THORNTON CO.
144 Snd Mm I East
: :    GEO. R. PIERCE, Mqr.
'Phont 110     "
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A Few Snaps for Profitable Investment
Safety       Income       Profit
Call and see our Large and Exclusive List
Correspondence Solicited
North Vancouver
LAST CHANCE to purchasi>-at first cos*~The
remaining unsold lots in the following islir.es:
LOTS IN BLOCK 228, DISTRICT LOT 545
bounded by Lonsdale Avenue, 2jrd street,
24th street, and Chesterfield Avenue. Convenient to cariine. Prices $250 and up per
lot—easy terms.
LOTS IN D. L. 273. 6th street, 7th street and
Keith road. Convenient to cariine. Prices
$650 per lot and np—easy terms.
LOTS IN D. L. 544- "Harbor View" Tract.
(City) Prices $175 per lot and up—easy
terms.
Large list of besl buys in City and District to
choose from—some of the properties at LAST
YEAR'S PRICES.
WANTED FROM OWNERS.
Owneri desiring to sell any or all of their North
Vancouver properties can get quick results by
listing exclnsively with us—if prices are right
Onr record as to reliability, accuracy, tnd
prompt attention to the interests of otir
elients has never been excelled and seldom
equalled.
WEST VANCOUVER.
Acreage weat of Capilano commands ready
sale at good prices, and owners can sell for
cash by listing with us.
INTENDING PURCHASERS
can have the benefit of our large and exclusive
list of best properties in city and district.
Estates managed — Rents collected — Insurance
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.D. 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chief place of business in North Vancouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver. B.C.. Telephone 15
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B. C.   OAZKTTK najiateeri .is ,111 extra-provimial
  compauy.
Kriu-st Lee, iiiiriliant of Van-
The   lollowing   appointments couver  has   assigned,   for   the
are gazetted in the current law-   benefit of his creditors.
of thr ollicial govciiiiiciial organ: Leo Buchanan ol th- uty
of Vancouver, to lie notar 1 public; Capt. T. H. Alcock of'Pleasant Camp, Klehini river, to be
a deputy mining recorder for
Atlin district; D. C. MclMorris,
G. F. Motion and \V. R. Mac-
I/ean to be members of the
board of directors of Kootttiay
general hospital; Mrs. K. Randle
and Mrs. Peter Wt-igel to be
members of the board of directors of Nanaimo hospital; lv T.
W. Pearse of Kamloops, to be
clerk of the peace for Yale county; R. M. Christie of Ashcroft,
to be acting government agent.
J. Ooodlellow gives notice of
application for a water record
of 5000 miner's inches of water
from Campbell river, Nanaimo
district; The Campbell River
Power Co., Ltd. will apply for
a water record of 2,828 cubic
feet per second out ol Campbell
river, Vancouver Island; The
Vancouver Power Co., Ltd. will
apply for 200 cubic feet per set-
ond oul of Jones lake and I ,ih-
li'.n li creek, Vale district.
Thc lollowing extra provincial
companies arc licensed: The
Perrie Manufacturing Co., Ltd.,
of Gait, Ont., capital Jioo,'juO|
Thc Oflice Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., of Toronto,
capital 5150,000; The Ellison
Milling tt Elevator Co., LUI., of
Lrthbridgr, capital $150,000.
The Flathead River Coal Co.,
of Spokane, capital Jj<ki,<xx>, is
The Canadian Pacific Kailway
Co. gives notice ol application
to lease ,i,S;o kit of foreshore
on Shusway lake, lying at thc
westerly mil of the company's
swing bridge over the Sicaluons
river; Arthur P. \V. Nixon gives
notice ol application to lease
forcshtire, iiintunniig go aires on
the channel lK-twecn Kupi-r and
Thetis islands.
The record pulilishctl last IM
la to tin- ballot lor mayor and
aldermen ol tho cily, was in error in stating that there were
110 spoiled ballots in these boxes
In point of fact there were 30
ballots spoiled in balloting lor
mavor and 26 for aldermen.
- ' ANDII
itmien
i
B. G. \V Merltni ,iiiii l.innh,
havu taken np thoir resilience at
the corner of loth street and
Ridgway avenue.
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
FRESH FRUIT
ANI) KANDIE
ALWAYS ON HAND
j I. K. Bennet,     6 j Lonsdale
ALKXA\DER F. REILLY
Or-f-iiii.il nun1 CAoiriwul'-r nf St. Andre*', Ckarth
Tearhrr  of  Piano,   Voeal  mul  Theory
II 'li-.ir-sl Pupil. prrparM lor tho
Toronto t'n*v"-nity Rumination*
Studio*' '" '*"'' St'"'' ''*'"" li!Mi' ,-(""'"1""'
' III l.nni^a'e Atrnat. l'*on/ Sorth IWninrr
Norlli VWouvor, Turn-Up A Fridays.   Rrlrrenrr   Rev.Mr. (iillmn
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
W« ...lint » trill Iilil on fOOl Onlrr. •mail nr l«*K».
NORTH  LONSDALE
Many tine residences are planned (or North Lonsdale, to lie built this season. Al 1
residential section thii part of North Vancouver is second to none. Some people wail lill
prices are beyond theni before they realize that they ought to have bought.
FORESIGHT  IS BETTER  THAN   HINDSIGHT
Poiaeifhl makei money for >oti     Hindsight showi imi what you miss, ,1
lhe following properties require Ike minimum of foreiigM while giving the minimum ol profit.
rl'n 40 Imt Intl. l-riirlr thr Klionl (or II ,2.V).   Ctili |4IX), LmIhiiic in (I, II mil IK months.
tt 1 IT.' hM mi Kin| St., facing muth, Inr liml.   OM HUH, halincr in II. 12 ami IK montli-
Ul Xi HltH'L IH |i. I, HM   Ciirner on l/in-dalr, |60l).   (10 ll Inl nrar lxin«Ulr, I'lmi  ttttttS tttt'Wmt
Ut MM In SP-aoSfl.   IIK) x l.l'i II. nr. on King Ka.t. imm.
JACK LOUTET
111 1/ui.ilaie Av«., I'honr 17.
Hranrli, ('nrnrr On anil l.niinlalf, TllaphnDr *'
Tbe
GRAND BOULEVARD
NORTH VANCOUVER
The Broadest City Avenue  in  America
This Boulevard is all cleared and graded, and its 34 garden divisions have been planted with
trees and shrubs.
CLEARED BOULEVARD LOTS
Inside Lots, 53 x 140 feet or 150 feet, each fiooo
Double Corners, (2 lots together), 104x140 feet or 130 fret J3500
Cleared Lot* Id Block* Adjoining Boulevard, size 50x137
Inside Lots, according to position J700 to |8oo
Double Cornen I1650 to J17JO
Termi;—>i caih, )j in 9 monthi, J4 in iH monthi*    Intereit on deferred instalments 6 per cent.
The position of this property makes it ONE Of THE BISl RESIDENTIAL SITUATIONS IN IHE
WORIO. With its touthcrn aipect, open space, elevation, magnificent view, and all modern
convenience! (electric railway can running the whole length of the Boulevard, 60 yardi from
residence line, water and electric light).
Purchaiers are not obliged to build, bul all loti Ironting on the Boulevard are told on
condition that for 30 years nothing hut residences, each of minimum coil ot I4000 can be built
thereon.   Thus the property is legally protected against depreciation.
Compare the above prices with those of other property.
North Vancouver real estate today offers unrivalled opportunities
to investors.
The City Ferry Co., will shortly build a new modern ferry boat
and make improvements in the landings.
The Second Narrows Bridge seems now to be assured.
Mapi, price list and printed information as to the City of  North Vancouver   will be
supplied on application to
IIP
'»,      IM
North Vancouver Land & Improvement Co,
Mahon, HcEarland 6 Procter, Ltd., Official Aqrnl*
CORNER PENDER AND SEYMOUR STREETS, VANCOl VER, B.C THE EXPRES?, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Women's and Children's  Ribbed
Cashmere Hose half pnce, Saturday
Reg. 35c values i"! !-2c pair
25c
2 1 -2c
Two wry mipor'a.uil week end iusitry offerings—
desirable kinds at exceptionally moderate prices,
splendid opportunity to supply your present and future
needs.    Note the I'm I,
Woman'., sad Bj;-s' svjrtod Ri'i askasrs Hcse with
Hsmlirii snfl "jIlfiHl foot, double i I , '.At .-.ud heel, Hsl
color, in illM 8 1*21110.  Rf-iii.ir He n*'W 2 pairs for ,15c.
Children'., assorted Rib Osshiam Hose, »oh*h1ms feet
and s.i Mi iwn Ls slsss W to 8 1-2. Reg
ular IKic values nuw 2 pairs for 25c.
Attend the January White Sale
Every 12 g mi .ily ii.c'.incl wtOUt -ihoi'ld ael LUI to
'"i stora during tho apeeUi   i aa of Women's and
Oalldrjn'a flaa Mm.in Undor;,. bci ■ i/crsied Dwaciticn,
Bma.uidsries. ttt      sad ncauciu ither Idea   This
month we efnr ipaclu u.'.r.^u-iits in every uei aronient
When you cmss the Inlet visit Dry-dales.
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
575 GraaviHeStreet Phone 3541
NMltlVANtblVER ItMW TIME TASLE
STEAMER ST  GEORGE     STR. NORTH VANCOUV r.R
Leave Van      Leave K. Vaa. Leave N. V.m.     Leave Van.
*6.ai .i.m
•h.J5 ,1 in.
*6.Jo a.m.
*6-45 aw
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7.5.1   I'
•7.J0   •'
"b.oo   "
8.jo  "
8.50   "
•b.20    "
"8.50   "
J.1J   "
9-45   "
9,20
9-45   "
10.15  "
'"■45   "
10.15    "
10.45   "
11.15  "
11.45   "
11.15    "
n-45   "
ia.15 p.m.
II.45 p.m.
12.15 p.m.
12.45 P"1
MS   "
1.45   "
MJ   -
1.45   "
1.15 "
J-45   "
2I5    "
2*45   "
J.IS  "
3.45   "
MS  "
3-45   "
415  "
4-45   "
4.15  "
4-45   "
5.15  "
543  "
S.15
5-15   "
6.15  "
MS   "
h.15  "
6.45  "
r.as "
7- l.s  "
725  "
■■45   "
8.1s "
B.4.1   "
8.15  "
8*45   "
g.i.s   "
0-4S   '
915  "
•143  '
10.15   "
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12.00
* Not on Sunday.
Time Tabic subject to change without notice.
LYNN VALLEY
Beit buv for subdivision on the market. 11 acres,
Ironting on Pipe Line mad. 1520 foot frontage on Lynn
(ink Contract let lor street cars to property, Trice
I400 per acre.    Terms f 3000 cash,   balance 1, 2 and 3
la ,HS
Tun lots, 1 1-1 blocks from boulevard, only $250
each.    I-] caah, balance b and 12 months.      This is a
lilli   bill .
MAY & BURNS
Ki sl Entate and Financial A-."   IS
Sl -' \: l.l.N HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
\\ 1    11 1,,oidic ss man) mine.    II-mi sre thinking ol building
sff us inal talk iln- ii'.iiii r nver
CAMPBELL tt MILLER
805 I, midale Kvo,
North Vancouver
Are you loyal to your
own Province?
Do you give the preference to " Home
Industry."
ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR
Millt-il in Vancouver, i- equal—if
nol superior -to any Bread Flour
tin market,
1 irder i taok and prove thii itite
iii'-iit.
WK GUARANTEE perfect satisfaction or money
refunded*
1   Ltilei sboul mn Priie I onti m.
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co. Ltd.
Board of Trade
present juncture oi new sources
jol Inoil supply to counteract tin
  IprevaiUag upward tendency  ol
Kt the regular meeting oi tha pricei lor lund products, the
boanl ul trade held on Tuesday lad thai the resources ol the
eveaiag thi matter ol inducing United States are now develop-
an apt-en company to eitab- ed to an extent that leaves little
iish .ui ollice iii the city, was room lor further expansion, the
again up for cUieussion, and the fact that Canada is one ol the
transportation committee was lew countries ol the wm hi thai
instructed to confer with the have lands to oiler settlers, and
board ol ferry director! with a lastly the favorable conditions
view to their arranging with which exisi Ior Canada relative
the companies lor handling ex- to the conitructioa ol railwayi
press packages coming or going and other public works,
across the Inlet. A. G. l'erry, : Siimiiiari/.ing his observations
chairman ol the touriiti and the writer declares that every
settlers' committee, reported essential to progreea is ap-
that about eighteen new lami* parenUy at the fcrvicc oi Cm-
lies were known to have moved lUla, at the. presenl time,
into Uie cilv .ilic.i'K  this year, I   Followia|  alo.in  lhe lino  ol
helpiul publicity and with more
special applicaUon to Hritish
Columbia, the Toronto Globe la
connection with its issue ol jrd
January, publiahed 1 ipecial
supplement,  entitled   "Annual
that there is a great demand Ior
hoaaes, ud that 1 coaaUerable
number oi contracts lor constructing l'lsidelliis wele now
umler wav. Tbe matler ol the
proper aaieguarding ol the discharge Irom the new NWtragC Survey ol Financial and Com-
sisliiii inlo the lnlel, was dis- niercial Allairs'' in whnh liber-
cussed at sonic lenglh, but no al space il devoted to the iIimus-
,ution insulted. .sum ol the resources anil ,i<l\.in-
. —       ugca oi tins province.    An ar-
,,..„.,,,,.,, cix-n.-'i-v       tide on "Hritish Columbia Min-
D'.HAllNli  MILllVli ,,    . ...
  mj;  gives a rcanme ot the oper*
... ,   , ,   ,,„,      ; atiolis ol the. vear willl spinal
A literary and debating socte- ____,„ .
, a ■ „   .: „ re cieiice to the silnatun   as  lo
tv has been tinned in connection      .    . ,     _..
', ,    ,.      ,  ,   ,      ,      1       „ 1 coal liiiumii.     An art c i- i-nlil-
with  St.   .lohn s  church,   and I.    ,,,,,,
„ ,    ,   ,,,   ,,*,„ led    "H.   Cs   I111lust11.il    l'ro-
nieetniL's will be held loiliiiL'lit- ..
m. h blei.is    givea instructive sl.uis-
lhe so- . ,      ,    ■ ,
hold- lKS as       lunibering   ami   apiculture,  wink- an  appreciative
ly during the season.
ciety was inaugurated by
mg a debate on "Female Bull-
rage." The allirmalive was
taken by Miss Macnagliuu and
the negative by Mr. Wight, the
debate resulting in a victory lor
the sullragcUos by a vote ol
fourteen to twelve. At the
meeting to ba held oil Monday
veiling next, the subject for de
article Irom Ur. 1'. 11. Bryce,
enlarges at length upon the resources and possibilities ol the
valley ol the Skeena with special reference lo climatic conditions iu their relation lo genu
,il [arming operation,
Kxtii.dcd publicity such as is
bale will be "Resolved lhat 111 represented by lhe articles above
anv luture scheme ol modern ed- ««■ lo- accorded bv journals
ucation.home studies meat lorm |« nd\ wide circulation .md ol
an integral  part."    All  meln- «■ F*»* inllneiice, la not on'
bets oi the congregation
cordially invited to attend
meeting! of the society.
are
the
CANADA'S  HERITAGE
Striking evidence! arc constantly coming to hand of the
i.ui that Canada in general and
British Columbia in particular,
has become the cynosure of  all
1 ms throughout practically the
entire financial world, as well
as iu those circles whkh have to
iiii with tlu movements oi larg
masses ol population, whon
emigrations are characleristK
ul these dayi of ready trallspoi-
1 ation. Tin Wall Street Journal ol New York, in its edition
of December ::ml last, publishes
verbatim .. lengthy
which originally appeared in
lhe Statist, London, England,
setting out the lact that Cm
ada has entered upon an era ol
prosperity which will prove of
long duration and unprecedented
iu magnitude.
The article was written by a
spei i.il commissioner sent mil
by the Statist, and is evidently
prepared upon the best aiitlmii
■ ty and willi tho utmost MU
with | view to exercising a
I id inllueiiie in lhe besl linancial circles. The writer prefaces
his observations with the State
iiunl "I have visited both eastern alld   western   Canada,   and
am convinced that this country
lias interetl upon ,1 long period
ol prosperity, l-'ro... Ume to
time thtVI vvill doubtless lie
checks lo the prosperitv, bill
these alwavs mine In stall s
which make rapid progress .nul
the reactions ale nenssarv    tn
prevent Inflation    Hut thin la
liol likely to be even ,1 iiuik In
tile expansion  Inr several years
Alter diverging to otbd it .it
uns (or a time, lhe writer pro-
it eils to give his conception of
the Influences whuh sunn   lor
Canada tins period d develop"
ment. He states "The primary (actor making for progreli
is the possession bv Canada ol
great undeveloped resources of
natural wealth - agriciilliii.il,
mineral, Iniistral ,nnl pisi.it 'ii-
aL The greatest ol these natural resonnes is the vast tracts
of untie vi loped and virgin landa
that   art    merely   waiting   ior
lumen to product a snppK of
Inndsttllls slllllllilll   In   SUjfpon   ,1
i'ii*11 population,
The sei iiiiii factor making lor
growth is the willi,ngiiess ol
Gnat nritain   to  find   .ill
capital thai Canada eai pi
ably employ, and to suppK
at a low rate Ol interest in 1
p.irisoii wilh ihe ral.es ol interest usually required Irom young
countries.
Other elements   in   the  situation upon which he enlarge   anas follows-    The nli iliu
lightedneat of Can ulnin atatea*
men, the  world's   -need  at  the
of the greatest assistant In llic
inunliy, but is likewise all index to the (act thai the luture
decadal in the histori ol ilu*
world's development iu tlu p.n
iKiil,its to whuh reference   is
made, belong logkall} and in-
1 \it,ibli lo Canada. Tin n.il
import oi this 1,nt as tin years
untold it, will Ik- lound tn transcend lhe conclusions ni even the
most .sanguine.
Bobbie Bums' anuivenai    la
to Ki celebrated in righl royal
manner by the local M Andrew's and Caledonian Society,
b\ 1111 .ms nl ,111 elaborate banquet 111 the llollhlllUH.il lllll,
.lollowcd by a dance. The chain. i\ oi events  at   ilu   testive
article, I^^1 wlu |K. (|k ,q,|n.,,ril|m, ,,|
the Haggis, ihe advent ol whuh
will in attended bj all due lor-
111.ilil-    autl   un liioliv. llu
programme   consists oi  eight
; toasts antl Wlll lie presided over
bv tlu president ol the SOcict] ,
Alexander I'hilip. W. T. C.1.1
ham and Geo. Smith will be
masters ol ceremonies at lhe
dance which lollows.
.1. I'llgrim and Iamily, ttewl]
arrived residents, have rated a
house mi jth atreet, mar to St.
George'i avenue,    Mr. Pilgrim
is .1 builer m.ikii in prolession,
1
We Lead in All Lines
[       but iii Silvc'wuic and Table Furnishings wc of-
;      fer you opportunities which cannot be equalled,
This ven Important part of our stock conies
to nui direct from nur own factories in Montreal
I tihus, ynu are buying direct from the manufacturer, goods, which are Iree from the prolit of the
third party, and up to the very highest standard
ol quality.
Tea Sets, Soup Tureens,linkers, Bread Truvs
and all al tides oi Tableware, Knives, Korks,
Spoons, Carving Sets and Fish Sets in every de-
We can tpiote vou prices nil lluse •■ooils that
will astonish you when lompal'iil with the quali-
ti ol the goods ollered.
II considering the purchase n(  table furnishings ste us at once,
sign.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.   :
Manufacturing Gold and Silversmiths g>
Cor. Hastings h Granville      fc
Mmni)!iii|i Director ° ^*
Gen, )'.. I'niivi,
>^'W*-'Wta''^.^l-^^-*'•^*^.^*^A.•^^.•^'^-^*.'^*vvvvw^
Chas. H. Cates
PILE DRIVING
AND
General Contracting
A1 I'l.V AT
HEAD OFFICE-Roorae l'J mnl 13,  Flack Block
Hi:: Halting* Street, W    TeieDlione 3099
Or ' atea' Wharf,  North V
i twi ni \. ■ t*.
nn- Kill
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
Launch "Wi si Vancouver," Cap) iia Fi
i      ied ti;, piiMDgeii
TIME TABLE
Loan aaat Uwttt I iea**iv-*i
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7.30 a in. S.oo a.m.
1 a.m. 10.00 a.m.
11.00 8.111. 12.00 a.m.
13.00 p.m. 14.00 p.m.
15.011 p.in. ih.00 p.m.
17.011 p.in 1H.00 p.m.
hj 00 p.m &tturd«-» Onl)  ".oo p.m.
0.30 a.m ftunday ISchtdulc ...14.00 p.m.
17.no p.m         •'  22.00 p.m.
( hn, ki sl route Irom Nnrth Vancouver to the district beyond
Cipilioo Riwr. Laaach "Weat Vancouver'' makes connections, without fail, with the ferry steamers from Nortli Vancouver, us per above schedule.
PALACE
HOTEL
Hills :
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C"|i sl  I'l "Is
above trade mark,
liialily,    on   your
Wi' manufacture the best
Rolled Oats
nn tin* inaikil 1
I., .it* youi ordan irith us tor
HAY, GRAIN
AND  CHOP
Prompt Delivery
Satisfaction Guaranteed
lhe
Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
Lonndalt
at  Fern
jas,   ( hapilidil
limited.
Avenue,
Laadiaf
local miii.as'i
Hnesi Dim Garden on flom
REDA&ANDRUSS
phophiitoas
Sicond BraaaT,  -  -  *  -   NORTH  VANCOUVER, B. c
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And CONf ECTIONERY ♦
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Pred. Bosquet,   Pro|>. \
If, Lonedale Ave       p.O Box 19      P1»om 19  f
BREAD, CAKE8, PASTRY, ETC
KIM IT. CANDIES,
CIGAR8 AND TOBACCOS
BTATIONERY, IIAGAZINE8
♦ OFFICE BUPPLIE8, ETC. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
r
119 First Street, E.
The Express
$1.00 per year
Foreign $1.50
Fine Printing'
CATALOGUES
R00KUST8
RU.I'KKS
pamphlets
STUlXliKllS
PODGKRI
RIRUULAB8
MAI'S
LETTERHEADS
NOTE HEADS?
BILL HEADS
STATE MENTS
ENVELOPES
FINE STATIONERY
SHIPPING TAGS
LODGE STATIONERY
ANNOUNCEMENTS
MILK TICKETS
BREAD TICKETS
CALLING CARDS
INVITATIONS
MEAL TICKETS
LABELS
BILLS OF FARE
I'KOGRA.MMES
NORTH SHORE PRESS, LTD.
U9 First Street, E
Phone 80
N I AGRICULTURISTS   CONFER)
NORTH SHORE PRESS, LTD.
Phone 80
URE&fttUKING        —
Tltt week beginning with Jan-     M'Miames haigh & CASTLt
nary .list will witm-ss a scries 141      , slreet ,,as-   Xutth V.111-
ol Important confermcai in Vk- couv, havi opened Dressmaking
toria relating to agriculture anil Parlors repleti with everytldM
kindred iatereata, On Monday requiredfordeliveringdreaseaol
the .nst, then will ba i meeting the Iai *< styles md perfect lit.
of the aecretarlei oi the Agricul-|and ,,*,* prepared to racelve
tttral Fairs and Associations ol ladies' work.'    Best workman-
•hip, style and fit guarantied.
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Uud Clearing, Stump and Rock
llin'iuig. Extra cart nur hotuea.
All damagea made good.
H \l   a    1    ,,  v  M  I*   \   1 AilBNOY
aad at, WMt mt Loasdal*
the province. The chiel object!
of this meeting will be to arrange to s-.--.urt- judges for the
respective exhibitions, and to
compile a circuit llial will ar
range (or holdiag the several
fails tin dates that will nol conflict General matters pertain-
in-; to the Improvement oi the
lairs throughout tin- province In
order io make them ol greater
service lo Ifricalttiral interests,
will be discussed.
Ou Tuesday, the 1st February
aiiil lhe lollowiag day, a niccl-
inj; of the Central Farmers' Institute will lie held, when all
proposals, resolutions antl matters lor important consideration
will be placed on the a-ji-nila ami
linallv dealt with during tlie
convention. This institute is
representative ol all the lariners
institutes throughout the pro-'
vince, and all ...alters pertain- JCONTEACTOI AM) lUll.DKR
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .  .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hall
t. DOWIE
Pltna, Specifications, Ultimate!
P. 0. Box :;, Xortli Vancouver
1».C. SCOTT, l'roprirtor
.1  lull mid ,-euiplttr itnck of tlrorrrir
Fnii'i,   llnirij l'i,iiliiet»,  Flout nutl Vitil
Vi'J.lill.li),  ll'-., ll'ajl Ult  llllllll.
n m..|.. I...I1 pBrt.oftlitf, it,
Cur. Iii'illi l,i>;iil ami Malum .timue
Phone Hi,     Xcrlh Vatuttratt
nij; lo agriculture and the bet-
tenant oi tha present condition
of the fanner are laid before the
coiik-ri-nce for consideration ami
decision. Practical topics, nggeated by the respective institutes throughout the province,
j through their delegate^ will be
discussed, and .tctioii taken
1 hereon.
I On Thuraday, the 3rd February, the annual convention ol
lhe B. C. Dairymen's Assotiation will be. held, anil on tlu i*al
lowing tlay, the 11. C. Stock
llitt-ders' Association will be in
session.
A nod program has been prepared for both of these meetings, aiid many interesting   and
valuable lactam will betleliv-
utcd bv well known authorities
on all matters pertaining lo Ig-
ricullure.
It is evident that the knowledge disseminated throughout
the proceedings ol these gatherings cannot but have the Iiest
possible results in the lurther
advancement ol lhe agiitiiltur.il
industry in British Columbia
The C. P. Ry. Co. an- issuing
special excursion tickets at single rates, and it is anticipated
that maiiv will avail themselves
nl tlu chance to hear some first-
class practkal addresses, and
mil take part in the discussions
which will billow.
Full Information and partial-1
l.ns of the conveiitjoii   cm   be I   NOTICK is hereby given tnat
obtained   (rom   R.  \\. Hudson,  the  Court  ol  Revision   oi  the
scc.-lrcas , Department ol Agri- Diatrict Assessment  Roll    will
culture, Victoria, B. C.
W. J. BALMAIN
CIVIL    KM. INK. Ill*
Ijiiaiilitv Surveyor and Architect
>0RTH  VANCOUVER.
A. Campbell Hope, C.A., Cal
ARCHITECT
1,4 Street, E. of St. Andrews
North i'lnicouwr
Office Jj6 Hastincl Sl.      I 'ancnurer
DISTRICT  OF  NORTH   VANCOUVER
NOTICK   OF   COURT   OF
REVISION
Jota. Camming a,nit dub.
1. lint Mii m
meet in the District Municipal
Oflice, Nortli Vancouvi t, 00
Monday, the 7U1 day oi Ftbru-
,uy, 14111, at three o'clock p.m.,
iwhen all complaints aad appeals against assessiu nts wil!
be considered.
1   Notice of complaints and   appeals must  be  given   the  sidi-
-4i!ini.,mrtr.i scriber as Assessor at leas, ten
.11 .mi- ... mmm .a,.1 ,a*,i.(*,, i an, aa,., (|avs before the said date,   am!
Mi.r.*, nlli,.*, K.nk .!i*l  Hat Tit J , .
iiu in .ii;i. i.r.nrii,... such notice must set lorlh  the
Picture r'raniiin*.      Furniture Storage ground of complaint.
Given   under   mv   hand    this
173 THIRD   STREET, W. 30th day of December, 1909.
mail iiRnu^«inTi irninit iiifiiiinii ALEX. PHILIP, C.M.C
I
iin
N. V. Horticcitura Society
Engagements, season 1909-1910
J»n J5th—llnrn's Supper   St Andrews \ Caledonian
Sim bt]
"    .Mb    I lance.    Mtrr\  Widow Club
Feb. nib    Hanti      Merit Widow Club
"   ifth—Oaace,   Merry Widow Qub
Mar. nth-Dance.    Merry Widow Club
"    ijlli—l'aiica     Mm   Widow Club
S. TYLER, Secretarq,
Or in C. P   | V'KSOY ijlh Street
Millinery & Fancv Goods-January Sale
Uati   pet . ■       ■ 11.80
■ i    ll
:;,'ir and Hie Vi
■
Bab) l'"i nel
Special Cmlnou top
'•        "     i'i*i
fimO.  aMIUtaMfJ i.|a|a|,'lllica.     All* a
Miss CURLE,  215 Lonsdale Ave., North Vane
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN 4 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
319 Pender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
GROCERS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
Il6 Hastings St. (downstairs|
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
ARCHITECTS
MUSIC
i.STANLEY MITTLX H.I.C.A Prof. JOS. E, Nl RNBERGEB
Musical Dii
\ jacou.!:  Opera House
Rooms ) and 4 Elks' Ha.., Cor.
Robson and  Granwlle Streets.
ARCHITECT
413 Granville street.
VANCOUVKR, B. C,
AUCTIONEERS
1 All Instruments.      Phone 2530
A. M. BEATTIE
Phone 4(13
If. W. WAITT A CO., LTD.
}5« Granville Street
- AUCTIONEER -
66 Hastings street west
is tht only auctioneer who will Pianos - 'lalktng Machines -
pay spot cash belore ths sslt is
conducted
BARRISTERS
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Street
Phons 996
S. D. Schulu        C. S. Arnold
Music Guilds
The oldest music house in 11. C.
PHOTOGRAPHERS
LUl'l-.KlAl,   PHOTO  STUDIO
Family Gioup Specialist!
l.tlnuet sue, ii pi 1 tlo/iu
bAIHi.
Kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Peader Sts.
The only up-to-date and reliable bath house in British Co-
lumbia-
We cure where others fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plain baths, electric baths,
shower baths, massage lor body, scslp and face; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin, Germany
Cor. Carrall aud Cendow sis.
A. SAVARD, Proprietor
PICTURE FRAMING
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest stock oi
mouldings in B.C.to select irom
so when you wanl fraiuiiig done
cheap and well gel our pi I
BAILEY BROS 00. LTD
540 Granville and 138 Coidova
RUBBER STAMPS
BUSINEIS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SfWW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. \V.
Canada a Graatcat Wa»tern School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - - Manager
llll-. GEO. II*  HEWITT CO
Mai
si mumi iii mi: mini's
.Maikers '
1 •. I Foai Kj.171
REAL ESTATI
PITMAN'S
Business College
632 Seymour St., Vancouver
Day school open all the year
round.    Night school commences September 8th.
Keep ) uui eye o>
EAST   VANCOUVER
BBIGBT8	
For particulate apply to
MORDEN & lilim.viON
Phone 815     440 Homer Street
CHIROPRACTIC
CHIROPMCTIC—I "Kl-ro-prflk-llll" I
li<r<'iir»rlii ll  ' ■' «''W l" lo
. (i mmm* ** ' biropw i I ■
only 1 htroprii tor lh VmnuiiT.r n Otomi
r rui  |i 1    (|>i t '..r ol 1 blropffti it
■ .1 (it I   I|IIH|'IMI Ml      *
I'lflu, roon i" '''111111 •*■ bl  ■
liml,  PI iin, I    uiu ia
Hop au 1 iituntuii
DtTECTtVE AGENCIES
k
SeontNi ior|)oraiiuu Lii
4411 Se)mour Stieet
REAL I.
LAND AM) MORTGAGE
IV.I.STMI.NT8
ESTATES MANAGED
HUE INSlKANiK
OYIINQ ANOCLIANINO
FAIRVIIW tSQUIMALT GREENHOUSES
I  imllnl
I
CUT FLOWERS
in Intu al li.ai-' |» '• Hive una trial (ur
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
007 II, '.sllrvj* M-. H* Vancouver, B.C
Canadian Detective Bureau:--     R. Ken Houlgate - - - Manager
Olbees everywhere ——————ema———mi
V„iaa,iit,*r Ollice       ■  l.ni|,ire illu-k, RISTAURANT8
M llutini,. it. weat. Plume Mtt i —
W. W. WELSH ,   All North  \ aa.onver   peopU
General Superintendent iti at
LEONARD'S
Either Flack Block or Halt
PERTH DYE WORKS iagl strtet, opposite   the   saw
  Post Ollice.       Leonard •ells hu
Anderson 4 Hilton, Propnetori lfll ,)y lhl, ,)t)Und.
Dyeing, Cleuing, Preasui| r	
Ladies' dresses, sill. I,   In I      I
Specials WATCHMAKERfc
SALE ft BREWI1 I
Agents, North \,n a>i  English prtetical waiebmaktr,
  l.sui.lished I889
LAOieS  HAIRDRESSING
30 percent. Discount
llll   nil     lines    nl    Il.i 1  Goodl
a,u *4ti*at removal
ordei tn n -lm e oni In *
Ion* taking  poSIC   lion ol   OUI im'W
will bc required lol ll •   -1
;iuw in 11  il,
MAIiAMK, HUMPHRKTI
km bran
Bpecialty,   repairing
UDUlik
111 I allnl.  Sti .11
Wood for Safe
l. 1. DAY,
IH'   A Kl'll'Sf THE EXPRE^. NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
i.m \i. NEWS
The charity ball held Thursday evening, was a great success. The net proceeds will
exceed $100.
Aid. Win. McNeish i'liteiuls
making a short trip to Tacoma
next week, on a visit In his
brother, who is a resident oi
that city.
The new lamp ,it the corner oi
ist itreet aad Chesterfield ave.
was in um lor the lirsl time on
Thursday night.
Announcement
I wish tn aiiiiiainii-c tn the Public
ul Norlh Viiiiotiiivcr that
SMITH'S I'llOt 11.1  MOM
uu c*,r,ni ni kt-ith Ruail & lllih
si i« nm* open wiili I full line "I
new ninl up iii-iIhii' Qrooertti at
lighl   priest    a iIisim ni your
|':itr,'ll;i|-c r»l(N(-llllllJ M'lii'ilt'il.
R.J. SMYIH, Proprietor
lirt your supply dow.
Prices sii-;nlil\  advancing,
No   I   Okanagan
Spys          . $2 75
Kings    ... 2.25
Winesaps 3*00
Good Cookers 1.85
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
".NPi'iTKii av
THR UIHStS DAWSON
I't-rlilii'iiifil furglcsl, Mwlii-al anil
Ustsrnlli Niir.n
Nurtli Stnt Out on Application
tea  i.tiv-  apply  ill  lln- lln*pilal
t'nr. I'.lli Mri't-t \ St. Amlrfw'. Ave
PHONE  69
Our Fresh Meat
Department
can iup| Ij all kinds ol In th
Mi .ii. *jn,ilii\ guaranlet a
l'i    pt deliven
Give ua ,i trial.
C. R. HKKMAN
Groceries and Meats
Pianos &0rgans
Tuned and Repaired
ChirgeiModtrate,
Satisfactiiiii (iiiauiiti'ttl
WILLIAM LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER & REPAIRER
"Pegwell" 14th st., w Forbes ave.
I'. C. will receive prompt ittra
tiun.
Big January Clearance Sale
Specials
We have a large assortment of Ladies' Waists in fancy
lawn, embroidered and lace trimmed. Also some of the highest grades in aUovei net Bud silk embroidered waists. These
goods are nearly ill traveller's samples secured at a large reduction, and arc the very newest for the coming spring and
summer. These will be on sale while they last at one-quarter
to one-third below regular prices. They range from 85c to
 $6.00
Extra Underwear Values
JJC Ladies' vests, sale price  2.SC
pic Ladies' vests, pure white tleccr    Joe
■sse Ladies' natural lime vests   IS*
t.sc Children's vests, natural fleem    35c
Doi't fail to visit this store often tins month, and got I
state nl the extra values that a" ait you.
J. J. MCALEECE
KEITH BLOCK    LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
Cleared Lots
In Block 334, D.L. 330
These lots sre all on gradedstreeta. In fine neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Prices $600 to $700
EASY TERMS
S.GINTZBURGER
■LIMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALItf
163 Cordova Street, Vancouver, 5. C.
P. O. BOX SM.
DR. H. B. HOWELL
OPTICUN
Hi in k:- Hurrnr.l   Saimtiiriiuii,   1010
Georgia at*.. Vsnooofer,
lii MM \,r. I'Hi'Si: hillilln-r 114 Norlli
vaneoavar
Cash Grocery
and General More
Building  Papi i
Carpi i le.t
la    Ij Kooling
l -tr
Roofing I'iii li
Shingh Slam   .1
vaiii u ol iolors,
Get our prices on
Fresh  Groceries
and Candies
Wm. * C. I. HALL
SPECIALS
One lot, block and a hall from Victoria Park ca Keith
Road—a cheap buy—cleared and graded.
A Kirst Street lot between St. George and St. Andrews.
A 7-rooined house (modern) on jrd St.   On too x 8o
cleared—a rare bargain.
Acreage for sale in all parts.
We want acreage (or rliens.
Huqhes ia Phiiii|>|>o
It You Feel Sad Come and heat
the irrcaniiiiKly funny wnip nl
HARRY .; LAUDER "^7.ri..™ophon!l
We haee a verv good selection ol the most popular ioiigl and music
on single and double sided records, including Han   l.-iinlet's lattsl.
ARE YOL GOING TO BUILD ?
Come to us for the money auu repay it
to suit yourself
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOTS FOR SALE
JOHN  ALEXANDER & CO.
RIAL  ESTATE   BROKERS
t2i Lonsdale Avenue
**HA9*9t9s>9t t9*9*9*9*9****%*%*9****%*9*Q***+*
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Tbei) all trade at home
North Vancouver Piano Co. & .School of Munch;
Addren-443 I „*   -ale Avenue Phone 1141 »
:P.S.-Don't lurgvt that Mr. T. W. Ward plays ever popular songi
Although people come down the hill it don't
sav thev gn to Vancouvei to buy Groceries.
Thev never pass
McMILLAN'5
o
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and nniMi from 7.30 to 9 30 ever> Saturday night
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CANYON HEIGHTS
Mun\ «ild cut subdivisions h.ive been subniitti*d in I.vnn Vallev, but (ft can confidently recommend these lots because:,
1. They are close ,o Car Line 4.   We guarantee tbem level
2. Tbeij will have Water Connection* 3.   They command the finest view in tbe Valley
3. Thy do not stand on End. 6.   lhe size of the lots is 50 x I40.W
Price $250
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$50
cash,   balance
in six quarterly
payments
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Close to
school and
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Will have
water, car service, electric
light, and telephones this
Spring
Ihere are only 12 of these lots left
Sole A-jeiits:-Commercial! I'nioii Assurance Co., Ltd.      Assels
exceed S-S8,850,000.
Henry Eves ®. Co.
PHONE 6 67 & 69 LONSDALE AVENUE
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