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MAY 251910
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North Vancouver, B.C., May 24, 1910
Numbi-r ',1
Memorial Service Held in Athletic Grounds,     Lacrosse Match     District Council Hear From B. C. Electric Co.
Large Crowd Participates in Impressive Service—Indians Represented
by Their Chiel.
North \'.nii..uver responded
loyally to the inmuiona to at
tend a public memorial serviee
Ior King Edward VII on l-'ri
dav alternoon. The service
was held in the open air on the
Hm in iiliiii.il Society'* grounds
and uas attended bj upwards
of one thousand citixena,
Tin* procession fi rmed al the
(*'it\ llall undei Chief ul Police
Davits acting as Marshall, ami
marched to the grounds, The
otilii ol procession i\as as [ol
lolls :
N. V. CitJ Hand
Children from Uis ion Schi a,'
Boi Smuts
Sihool Children from Cit)
and Dislriel.
Indian Chiels and BraVtS
Mamr Mav, Keeve McNaUghl
and Members ol Citj and  liis
trict Councils
Members ol I. 0, 0, F.
Members ol K. oi P.
Members oi L. (»  I,
Members ol S. oi R.
St. Andrew's and Caledon'ai
Sm iet\
City Clergy and Citirens
Tin*  procession started   wi
the  band   playing the   luuerul
march "At the Cross" l>\   Ki-
lev and which \\ .ts Followed 11
er  In   a   dirge "There  is  n
Death" by the same mu,poser.
Kev      ,1.     Hugh     Hoofer,
directed   the service    .ii    ih
grounds aud  associated   wii
him were Revs. Gillies, Gillam
I'eytavin,   Dalton,   Butler   i
Davis.   Mr. T. U. U.ii.I piesii
nl at ihe organ, plai inn a p
tion ol the "Dead Man h   [rou
Saul"   at   the   opening   aud
Chopin's iimi i.il in.ii. h al lh
close.   Aii excellent choir wh c
was comprised ol membtrs i
tin- choirs  nl the several   iiti
iliuli lies ltd lhe sin-;ill(; i-ulliu-
iasticall) throughout.
The    ollii ial    ih ins    on    lh
platform wi re occupied bj Ma
mu May, Reeve McNaught, Al
deiineii McRae, McNeish
Silnili-, Irwin and Smith, and
Councillors Allan and Lawson.
V um May, in ihe opening
.nidi ess expressed his apprc
eiation of the presence of such
■ large gathering composed ul
citizens ol all sects and classei
and including likewise a go d
lv number w meinitis ol lhc
native tribe, to pay tribute tn
the memory oi our departe I
Sovereign, to express condolence with the bereaved Quec t
and lhe Roval Fiiiuilt,, ai d i
express iheir hope lot Kinj
George V, and Omen M iry that
■ kind providence may dire«'
their rule and lhat all wii-dotn
may be accorded ihem lor even
exigenc) thai mav arise. Re
[erring to Kin;', Edward VII,
Mayor Ma} observed Ihal hi
was preeminently ■ man i
ninii-; men, an affectionate bus
band and father, I kin-;   anion.'
nun men, He was honored as
king ol the greatest nation thai
the world ever saw and as oue
ol the greatest of its lone and
illustrious line ol sovereigns
Mayor May then relerred brie!
lv to the administration ol jn .
liee, the protection of the
rights and Liberties ol Unpeople, the progress in science
and in literature Which has
marked the period of llie reign
of Kin-,' Edward, placing spe
cial emphasis upon the familiar
declaration ol omen Victoria
that thc Bible was llu- Inundation of British -jrcalncss. At
the verv /etiilh o[ his fame and
his usefulness onr lleavetilv Father bas taken our departed
sovereign to himself, bnt bis
star would continue to shun*
through luture eras ol the history of the nation and the em
pirc.
Keeve       McNaUghl      touched
briefly upmi ihe solemnity ol
the occasion whieh called the
concourse together, lit all
probability it would nol fall
within ihe experience oi ihose
present to gather again on anv
similar occasion within tlu
nan ol this life. Eulogizing
the deeeased king he declared
thai he was "a inalilv king and
a kingly kiu^'." There were and
had been too lew suih in the
World. lli was a llllll who
lived   not   [or himsell but    loi
lhe people over whom he held
sway. He bore the burdens ol
his subjects lor them, lie took
heavy burdens upon his own
shoulders  in  order  to protect
the   people.     As a   peacemaker
then- had bun iiniii* to equal
Iiiiii. (II him it might be snid
with peculiar   appropriateness
that he had till lied "Swords in
io ploughshares and spears Into
pruning books."   When Hearing
his  death he   was able to   sn
consistently "I think 1 have
done m\ duty." Such had been
his whole aim during his letiuie
ol earthly power, Hen- was
ui example worthy the emulation of even liti/eti of lhe fill
pile It would be well [or each
were we able lo say when the
time of our departure has arrived as said Kin-; Edward
111. "I think I have done nn
diitv."
Chief Mathias .loi- Capilano
il'si i ud dial this was his lirst
-peeih since lu- had succeeded t"
iln position of Chiel upon lln
death of bis lather, That latin i
had iia ii told him how he :aw
Kin" Edward Vll .it Buckingham Palate and that the Kill:,'
had taken him hv the hand
This had greatl) pleased tin
aged ihiil. Now the king bad
gone lo sleep and we have
lit.ild him for the last tiun*
"Mi l.i I lur is asleep on lhe
North Vancouver hillside ami
Kin-; Edward is asleep (ar a-
■i.ii iu l-iii};!.uid and we children
hi hit behind." He non have
a new kin-;, George V. We all
like him [or Ins lather's sak.
aiiil say "God Save Kin-;
I'.nai e," s.i lit ns lile in h il
iiotii between Indians ami
while people at North Vatic ll
ver.
The h\iiin "0 God (lur Help
ill ,\ees Past" having been sip
tin- lessons followed after which
the hymn "There is a   Blessed
Iniiie  Beyond    This  I,am!   o1
\\a.,   was mng.
Kev. .1. l) Gillam character
i/.eil iln* .-.uin ring as ..ii expression  "i  regret   and  loyalt)
llall the world was in iiioiiru
in;; ;1|1(| )|u. gathering was Inn
pari   of a mighty  assemblagi
encircling the glol c and  whose
proportions dwarf the husgin
tion.     The death ol Kill"   l'i
ward has revealed to tit* w, r d
the Iia'M   he   hud   ll| on   it   alu'
ils peoples.    He w.is "a   kin
among    statesmen    at I "in .
ami   a statesman among lin-s
abroad."    He lnhl   swat   i \
means of tait, ability snd real
puller      The speaker  drew  t
parallel I etween King   Rdward
VII. and Shakespeare's ihara.
let Iial iii Kin;; Henr) IV.   We
tin not know as vel whal place
halliard VII. will occupy in lib
lorv.    Things transpired    dm
ine his brief reign whieh   welt*
Illlt gems and we are vel  too
Ileal  those events lo o.iu^i- their
tine  import.    Twn words  rise
from iln- Kind's grave, declared
lhe speaker, the lirsl   o|   whieh
is "peace "     The relationships
ol England with other  nations
were  tieief  so  harmonious   as
they are today,   This is a dai
of peace and Canada is  parti
iiilaih interested in its preier
cation   becaUC of her   exposed
position and the unprotected
condition of ilu- Pacific  coast.
The second word is "dulv.'' His
last words were "I think I have
done my duty." lie gave his
life as Kipling has so aptlv said
in pure self sacrifice, in tbe in
lerests ol the kingdom, In our
departed   kinc, we all have   an
inspiring example to give mn
selves to the Cod given work
which lie- at our hand. Mr. Cil
lam closed his address bv a In
val  reference to Kin-; George
and his need nl lhe princrs   ol
his people, ibai be may be eg
aided t'i gOVen Witch and well
aiiil to cany on lhe work ol
the heterogenous empire over
which be has been called to
rule.
The Iii mn "Now (he Laborer's Task is O'er" was then
Mine mul  was  followed   In    an
address [rom Rei * Father Dal
I,.n a.l Sl. Man's parish, Win
Tin-    .Norih    Vancouver   lacrosse   team   put   up   a highl)
creditable exhibition of the
national game in their initial
match when ilui imi the team
ol   lhe   Squamish   Indians    on
Saturday laat,   While ihe scott
ill the i lose slooil live glials ti
one in lavor of lhe Indians, tin
game waa much more even i
contested than tlu* -mie would
indicate. Tin- local boys showed themselves willing to plat
the game at a last pate all llic
wav and vindicated lhe l.ul
that Ihey have material whieh
will loiiiid into' a form that
will make any intermediate
team in the province "no sonic"
to beat. When il is remember
ed thai the local team has been
organised  less than a   month
and thai lhe Indians have heen
in   the   game   fur main    vears
during which time Ihey havt
shown themselves capable of
disposing ol some of iln* sir. o|
intermediate teams, ii will  b
seen that the bual tiam made
all exiellenl  show ill;;.      The at
tendance ol spectators was [airly large aiul gives the ilub
even encouragement that the
local public will not be lound
lacking in extending ihat mp-
porl whkh is now all thai :-
required to enable Korth Van
couver in occup) a prominent
plan* in lar im sac circles in the
(inure   Dr. Newcombe acted as
referee and  proved i.i|able and
acceptable in everj »m. Tin*
doctor has a lacrosse record of
his own, having played with th**
Victoria   and   the   Vancouver
teams and figured prniiiiiMitli
iu inanv a Iiunl [ought m.ili h
A reward of Ss will be   paid
io tin* |H-rsoii delivering to own-
u a S:.,So I'. S. pendant gold
eoni, which owner lirst missel!
from watch chain on morning
nf i;lh inst. Kinder please co-
iiiiiiuniiale willi Kxpress.        ')
The Mav Day committee an
tu iiniii' that arrangements an
proceeding for the celebration
bill lllc i KaCl date has not a-
Ml  been ilciidnl upon
Kev.   B,   lledlei    Itahl-i .ten
returned on Saturda) last lroui
attendance at the annual v i
sion of ihe Hritish Columbia
Conference ni ilu- Methodist
church, held ai Kelson, Mr.
Balderstone has been appointed
ia. tlu pastorate of the ,hnrch
al CollingWOOd iind Mill I - sin
itt'ded in his present charge in
this citv In Kn William Sch-
liehler who for the past fifteen
years has had charge ol .buuh
es   in   various   set lions   ■>( '.he
province.
Mr. and Mis. Percy Kin
have sustained   i sad bereavi
iiunl in the death of their in
(.mi daughter, l-'.lsie Ruth
whiih occurred at Ibe fnnil-
residence, First street cast oii
Satunlav evening last. The lil
lb- one was eleven months uld
ami had bun ill only three d ivs
with a seven attack of croup
The luneral was held ilns ,1 Cl
tlooll    ill    1.45    o'eloik,      Rei*
Hooper and Gillies officiating
The deepest lyuipathj u( am;
circle ol iriends is extended  !•
Mr. ami Mis   Kill;', in iluii
row
During the lirst part of the Deal "I lhc owners of 1). 1, So|
Uieeting of lhc distriit COUttcil "blvle W'yld" against the dis
liilil Thursday evening Council- triii of North Vancouver for
bu Allan took lhe chair in not passing their plans would
pi.ne ol the Reeve who did imt Come up before the exeiiilive
■iinie lill later.    All lhe ninn- council in    Victoria    on    Mux
cillors were presenl.
(in account ol the adji tuned
meeting the previous week ilu*
31st.
Authority wns given the reeve
ami engineer to defend tins ease
■l".ket"was an'eapeciaily long "*•» il «*"■ »P-
"in ami a portion of lhe  busi      City  Clerk  Shepherd   wrote
iuss had (,, be left over to .1 |Maji twtfce that a meeting
.special  meeting whieh will   be
held Mondav evening,
A jolt was given the North
Lonsdale section of the municipality when in a latter from
K  ll Sperling, general manag-
of the  Provincial   University
committee would be held in the
un hall on May Mth to consider the communication (rom the
Miietarv   of   the Lower  Main
land committee.    Coun. Bridg-
e. ol Ihe'll. Ckieitric Railwif)   "iaM   __* "PP"'"1'''1 "  ll^-»<
Co., it was Intimated lhat  he l" atu'ml
lv   0,   MiNarrv   ami
made application lot ii
then
load
made  no   such   promise in  rc-
rard to (hat extension as end ____________________
Fted to him by the council and from hroinine Kd. m,her pro-
further   il,al ,1 uas lound   th, Wi _*» 9.   4«J.«•««
work was too mstlv   and   the "\   "   ^ ___±,   ***»*   "
population   too spares to war- s^sutt to report
rani an extension of their  lints
T.   S.   Nve   asked   lhat    tlu
,„ that direction Vl the preean i £__} *_*_*•  __*_ ..,,v
time. Mr. Sperling said thai
his Company had just complet
cd a line lo Lynn Valhi and
were contemplating   extending
their Capilano Inn- ami in mn
sequence of this he  considerei
law to cover I). I,, :o:h. It wa.s
referred lo the committee of the
whole.
lv A. C. Gibson, representing
the  Granite  Quarries  of   Deep
Cove, wrote explaining that he
Vancouver City and the
Bridge
Reeve   McNaught   and   Hr,
James C Keith had an inter
1 iew   with the dty council  ol
VaiKOUVef lasl week iintilt   ihe
assistance to be given bj lbs
ciiy towards the construction
of Second Narrowi bridge.
While im definite assurance! sre
I forthcoming, the result uas
sufficiently encouraging to justify the hope thai the COUUCll
will SUbmll I Inlaw lo raise
$75,000 01 |too,ooo fur the pur*
pose. The points ol diliicliln
were llml ihere was an inclination in certain quarters to iront
the bridge as a nil "siau
scheme only, while utlivr.i questioned the possibility oi building the bridge lor thc sum
named, one and one quintet
millions and it was not clear
to the minds of the members ol
the board that the city had lhe
powers necessarv lo devou- public money to that purpose, the
matter was liltiinaU-lv Iai I
over to be none into thoroughly at an ealli dale.
LACROSSK
(Continued on page 6)
LVNN CHEEK NOTES
The Ladies'   Aid  of the  AI. ill
mlisi i Iiunii al l.v nn Creek are
to be highly complimented "ti
the mu successful mm ni snd
nodal held last Tiiesibn even
inj;, the Institute llall being
crowded to the doors The pni
erain im lulled instrumental so
ion, songs, recitations, i ti *d
was highl) appreciated, ss thi
enmies were' numerous. Alt.r
lhe program the ladies served
tea, i.ike ami sandwiches to tbe
aiuliellie. As all lhe relurils
are   not to hand as irt tlu   a
mount tcali/fd cannot be »tat*
id, bm ii is about S^" Thi lol
lowing is the program i Insttu
mental solo, Mrs. Douglas
solo, Mr. Svkcs; solo, Mi K
Otr ; solo, Mrs. ,T, lv Bohrrt
recitation. Miss C Oaki
(instrumental)   Miss 0, Kirk*
land ; solo, Miss Neal ; snlo,
Mi. Lake : solo, Mi. Cimt ;
dues, Misses t   DndeTWOod alld
Harrold,
thev were doing considerable bail been negotiating with  the
(or the tlisttiil     lt \ias point- B.   C. Telephone Cninpanv   reed "in that the promise refer- garding  i   phoae    connection
red to iii Mr. Sperling's   letter with their plant nt Deep   Cove
was alleged to have heen given mi ii semi-private plan,    Mr.
lhe Diatrict Council some time Gibson   slated   ihat the   Com*
agn when the directors of   the pain   bad   asked an exorbitant
company, accompanied by  Mr sum for thin connection besides
Sperling, were mi a trip of  in- Utilising   tin-   Quarry's   power
spetiion   through the   district, line poles from North Vancou-
Tlte matter was referred  to the ver    and   bad  Intimated    that
reeve alld lhe chairman   ni   the they ilhc Telephone Co.) could
Board ol  Works to confer with dictate terma in this district.
Mr. Sperling, 0„   motion   ,,[  Coun. Brid-r-
Iti connection with the appli- man   and Allan,   the clerk was
cation of the imperial Cat and instructed   to   draft a circular
Dn ilmk Company, which is letter, lirst to be rabmitted ii
contemplating erecting a plant the finance committee to bc (oral Boche's Point in the district warded in all the outlying mn
of Norlh Vancoaver to the Do- nicipaliti-s ai far as Chilliwack
minion government! tot inctwa ncpieatiag that a joint meeting
ed subsidv, the company asked d the representatives  of ana
iln council to wire Nieoj Thom- Ih- called for the purpose of tlis-
pson   al   Ottawa llieir   hearlv nissine, schemes for I muniiipal
support ol the scheme in order or private owned system.
lhat this might be of assistance .].  M. Duval claimed, in a
to them wlwn placing ti» mat^jcommunication   thai   he   bad
ler belore the minister. On mo- ben overcharged (or. water   lo
tion of Conn. Rridgeuiau and |,js premises.   Ii was resolved
Law son, the telegram was au -,, r,.|,,lU* \_, amount charged
ihoii/ed and despalilted   iinme- *,(■•,• [* had been turned oil ,iiul
dmtely. to   hold  the  unpaid   at can
Mr   Clark, repnaenting Mes againsl thc propertv.
srs.   (In   | Company, ol Van .\n   echo of tha Ward t   ,*b t
ii.iinr,   addressed   lhe   eoiimil .j„n ialm. „,, jn ,|u. („rnl   „( ,
on behalf of clients of theira In,bill  from   Messrs   Hums ami
Local   Line-up  (or Tomorrow's
Match
Tomorrow   afternoon,    Mav
24th, the North Vancouver  la
erosse learn will meet the learn
of the Beaver Athletic Club oi
; Vancouver, in a match M thc
local athletic grounds. The
team lo represent lhe local club
will lie composed of the follow-
ing : Miindav, Thomas, McMillan, Martinson, Woods, l-'ari|ii-
liarsnn, Page. Bullied, Dent,
Doyle, I'taisall and Crav Reserve men, Hamilton aiid Hull
The game will be played under
the    sanction   of the   Amateur
Athletic Union.    li is hoped
llial  Norlh Valicouverilcs   will
he present   in  large numbed
and uianifasl an active Interest
in securing for the 1 ity a prominent place in sporting circles
p. A Allan has begun opera
limis on tin- construction of «
building for imsiness purposes
at the corner of l-irsl street
and St George's Avenue. The
store will otttipi lhe entire
ground lloor am1 the lirst storey, will be lilled up for residential purposes, The buildin
is already under bas.
connection with getting a rond
into bit B, I) l„ nuw, Mr
Clarke stated that tin neu
owners  IM 11   New   fOlh    people
who wen contemplating erect
a nun licensed summer hotel
there if the council would give
some assurance tli.it 1 toad
would lie constructed to tins
property and permission l c --ii
en to utilize water Irom one ol
ilu* links in lln- vieimii
The neu ss.ii 1 asearanccs were
given, tin- comment being madt
thai   the council  was  always
drilling to 10 operate 111 anv Ii
aiiiiii.ile priipiisilii.n n[ this n,i
Hire.
Approval was ^iitn to j pi m
of grade rabmitted by the B.
C, Lift lib Rv Cu lm 'hen
Capilano extenaion. The pi ia
showed it to In- the finished
-r.nl.
Ei Councillor Westovei *i"1'
Ualkt-m, lor flib lo. legal expenses im iirrt-d in connection.
Authority was ".inn to kavi
ihis aiiioiinl paid.
Coroner Diplock forward. I
verdict of jurv in the late
drowning accident al Capilano
ol Albert and Minnii- Piineiit in
which it was nggeated that lh
municipality   post up not in
waning people of these dangi 1
ous pi.ins ami also in h im    ■
lell   lilt*   limn s  hmg   Up  on   till-
roiks al smh points,     It    11 1
resolved to refer this mailer Ul
tin- owners of the property in
question before taking anj   .1
linn in the matter.
In tee,ltd to a laid OVef COW
liillliiiatii.il   of lhe till  minii il
in reference io the liidii rd u it
for tin   tin   waler main along
the   I.vnn   Vallu  1 1, it   uas
decided tO ask the tit) mum I
I"    meet   Ihem   OR    Thwsd l
A quiet wedding took place in
the Church of St. lohn llie
Evangeliat, N. Vaneouver, M
Thursday. May mth, when Bertram .lohn Hughes and Alice
Gene were united in the bonds
ol holy matrimony, Rev, .1. 11
Hooper officiating. Mr Hughes
is ,t member of llie N. V. Wood
\ .ml l *' Hiss Ceisi is a re
cent arrival (rmu Staffordshire,
England, Thev will reside on
ird street i-'.ast, North Vancouver.
WANTED- A t;irl to ian- for
children and to assist mth the
housework   Apply, Mrs. w   J
Irwin, miner Lonsdale  Avenue
.mil iiih street, phone 13,      1
\nilnli.m in;. Ins nibr eiicnn     _—————————————————,
n.'i.sii ... donate 7 feet ofl Ins £._*____?£__„_ u.;'s
propert) along the Lum Valley
road   to  widen  that   thoroUgh-
lan io s,i (wt     Mi  Westover
staled thai other owmis along <*"*_ _*_"?
this  road were going I"   with
draw  their oners also     Mrs
Westover wrote to tbe same el
i'ii    Both letters were Bled
(in motion "i Conn Bridgman
the ilerk was instim lul to c,ct
into communication wnh tin
liiilhei  ii solved lo hold a iiiiii
mittaC     ineelill;,'     oil    Milldai
evening to take up several
Mr. Balfour Ker forwarded a
deed ol I certain tri.ill lllal
pitCC "I land to the distriit   a
ilu- bottom of Dudley road
Tenders for the hying of the
waler pipes in I). I,   UJ was li
11 ived   from   .1,   O'Connor and
FOR SAI.K 01 1 lade lor leal
estate, piano, Bell make, coil
J750. Apply 328 loth street
east, Nui Ui Vancouver.
DISTRICT OF
NORTII   VANCOUVEB
owners along the Lvnn ValUn ""I"'''1 Tin- prm- quoted was
road between Knss and Hoakins f'7* for hl,ul1 l"l,,s' H*t b»
n.ads with a view to ascertain 1 stn pipes and ss bu [natal
Ing  the  wishes ol th,   owners bni; valves and meters
in   connection  wnh  widenini
this in.nl Irmn i,h to Ho fact,
J,  Lotttet    l"l  a ' llellt    ask. 'I
("i  ihe extension ni St. Geoi
p'l Ave,  to lot   I] I" .' '"    Bl
[erred to engineer to report
G I- Dull wrote ofiering his
resignation to take eject ss
evening at s o'clock li was
cepted
Tenders (or the supplying ol
wood pipe Wen reieivcd M follows     Muniiipal Construction
Co , ii uuh pipe, I, ,1 per foot
,nnl 14c lor 1 inch pipe     Don
linull Pipe Co, H Inch pipe, \h' c
pei It. and pinch pipe :|',i |n-r
ll Separate prites in re minted
[ol valves, meters, etl       ll was
n .I iieil io Uu engineer In bring
Tenders Ml  invited (or work
"i grading and ditching   lor
North    Lonsdale   waterworks
laml for clearing and grading
rond t" I) 1, lu aad ly Bpi
'III'.lllell*, i.m In had al the
J distriit ollice where tenders
must l» lodged with guarantee
deposits riot later than ;isth
mst at ; pi m,
ALEX   PHILIP, C \l C
The     provincial    secretarj In c report next Moinl.n  even
wrote giving Hutu I that tin Iji   ing.
PUBLIC MEETING
The adjourned pubnc meetin,
i" arrange foi the tinl of Jul)
celebration will bc In hi m illicit- llall mi Thursday evening,
iln ,-i.ih nisi., al I o'clock
w. 11 KAY,
Mavor THE EXPRESS, NORTH' VANCOUVER, B. C
THK   EXPRESS
Nokiii   Vancouvkh
B. C.
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Published Tuesdsyssnd Fridays hj
NaiKiu Shori Press, Lihiii 11
KATKK Of  •DHCSIPTtOS
Six months. Me, Three months-. He.
United BtstM ind Foreign, 11.811 pi r yenr
Advertising Rata uill ba qnotad an application.
Tht Exprwi It dtvoUtd to ihe Intertill ol lhi north Shore ol Barrard Inlet
exclusively, li riiiiMitiiies an idvtltiilr.| medium ol exiflitlontl tains [01
Ntchlns in a thorflugh snd effective manner the population ol North Vaneonvei
City and DUtrlcl. Everj effort limttlt 10 clvu Mvertlieri llie moil mtliftctory
.urine.
All ehtngut In eontrtcl advertisement! ihould bt In llie prlnttts' hiimli nol
Liter than M.i in    Mon-lll  and I p.m. Wi'iliii-wlni In eii-me inserliun in the
follotiin*: 1mm,
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Noriii V is. "i in;.    II. I
HAMS in-  PHOCKDl
INDIAN WlsSl-lal \
In   -'.),  1910
i-:s
Some weeks ngo iln   Kxptess
discussed  editorially,   the   ex
istiue state ..I allairs with   re
iiiciiie in certain Indian  reserves  located «ninn or adjacent
to  centres  ol population  and
sought to emphasise the necessity lhat priu. ipies which have
up io the present been eniorced
tpaauiodicalh and in indit idual
instances, uuh respect to    iln-
iliciia'ioii   ..I   iht-st    reserves,
lia.ulal be sisiciiiaii/til, reduced
1 loin me t'.iiii ami incorpor
it-il in the regulations govern
Un* administration "I  thai
purtliieui  o|  the Inlet.il   ami
the provincial governments
liuin   present   indications   it
iinllhl   appeal    that    lhe   scull
iiit-nis therein 1 xpteaacd were .1
1.nth aitiir.iti prognostication
oi that uliuh uas to actually
transpire,
A committee Irom the Board
ni Trade oi Victoria recently
mm t.. Ottawa i" Interview
the government with relerence
to certain matters ol greal Importance i" ihi provincial cap
nal Among a,thei things this
committee discussed with the
government the question "i thc
Songhees Indian reserve which
occupies upwards "i liitj .uns
of choice  pii.ptin in the heart
ul   tile till As  tin   t.sllll    ol
tin si negotiations s n*it"i kil-
ei   is nnu   ni Vii toria   vested
with authority  to hnd a solu
tii.n ..I this relations problem
which has been c source of irritation t" Victoril i"i ■ geni ra
tiun    In making a statement
to tin  Tunis ot thai  city Sen
,il.i   Kiln   saul     "I    have    lllc
utmost confidence thai ilu- presenl negotiations looking  to a
siiiiiii.1 nt "i tin* Songhees Kl
SITU     ipi. sllnll    lllll   It sllll     Mia. -
nssiulli Thiii is tun null
cation thai within a lew weeks
■ iiill    11 11 Iiill a  lell   thus
tin welcome announcement will
be nude to tin people "i Viii"
na Uul this largi area in Um
Ileal!      "I     tilt     .ill     will      bt
thrown "pui I"' development.'
Proceeding,    Senatoi    kiln
stated thai h< hid aaked Hon
Prank  OUvw.  minister ol  thi
Intttiaai, uh.ii li. uas pn pared
to do, in which Ul Hint I had
replied, "Tin government   will
do   am llnil;-   111  11 as"ii "      Ml
Kiln ilnn outlined in the Min
isti-r ilu   scheme id settlement
upon   which he uas pi.,,i,ilui
W llllll  III   s,|l s  * ■ .1 Ji|>. sii il  lo the
minister u| tin miiii,,1 ,,s 1
thoroughly feasible plan ol sel
thinttit nnd in . x(. 1, *.,,1 hearti
concurn nee In il
sunt reaching Victoria Bei
a'"i Kib 1 hi lmn prosecuting
his mission industriously and i"
good pntpi'si lb inst iiitit
viewed Uayoi dorley who
hicliK approved .u thr scheme
utid and went so i.u as to
stale llial lln nil | niibl well
alb.id  I.. ,1 .1111.1   'In   , \pi use "I
.1 nun ti.ituii■ ill it which the
Miiiietti  Inu' been pit p.m il
1.. p.n    Following the   Mayoi
Ml Klb\ bad a i nllli ti In e Willi
I'l. lun I    Mi Iliuli    llllll the    re
uli that tlu provim nl  pram
It I was [onnd ' lli"t"'l-'llll  sun
patbetli .md desirous to .ml in
■'lelln III   III  mil    p"    Ibll
u.ll He thought llie plan a
jjood one, lliiillj'h there were .1
lm iiiiiinr points whiih he dished bit over fm lurther con-
consideration, Wt came to a
lu.uiy agreement, however, ou
the main question. Wc spoke
"I the provincial governments
re-visionary rights. The premier promised to deal uiv generously 1111 thai point, saiiii"
ihat  ii  could probably be ar-
liii; 1 il on ilu  same plan as hail
been followed iii dealing with
"iln 1 Indian reserves throughout ihe province, where onlv a
nominal sum had been laken In
iln- government [or such riehis.
Tin- premier said when I Wt
him : 'By all nn.ms eflect a
settlement if you can, 1 am
with you.   1 will do anything
ill   m\   power lo help   Vii t>> 11.1
io get liil o( lllis long-standing
grievance '
11 I), lleluicken, K.C, as the
legal .uivisi.i" nl ihe Songhees
tribe, was nexl interviewed In
Senator Riley with ilu-  result
thai     his   palhn.11    of   sllness
continued   si th   ami   unob
Irusive *r- Ins statement as i"l
lows tt-stiiits   "I outlined  the
stllellle   1 at   selt IclllclU    lo    llllll.
IK believed it ilu- best plan
ihal had yel lieen devised, and
thought tin i' iinllhl be 11" '111
luiiiii in getting the Indians I"
a. 11 pi such .1 lair oiler, lie »■
greed on ever) point and promised   lo   lake lhe liuiltcl    up
with the Indiana at once.
"I understand ihat Mr.   Ilii
iiukiii has already had a   con
Id tin e ttllll Chid Cooper and
othei members "I ihe tribe and
that   lie   lound
thelll ill Ile
a  majority  ol
An Acre on Lonsdale Avenue "•
for $U00.  This property lies well to thi
soutli nml west, and  will make u lovely
hoine-itc lor a 11 v01 u- wishing a large piece
iif  ground   and tin- amenities therewith.
D. L. 26S-A .')(1-foot lot for $600 cash,
D. L. 273-U* on car line (4th Street) for |1,600
ELDER MURRAY CO.
'him,. :;7 Nuill. Vaiicuiiver l'l.**iu* MN Villi. ..HUT
lllln*.* Iliiiirslla.nl. to 6.J0 p.m.    Open leanings be appointment
After office linum, plume 1,112
Shtrwin-Williamt
Paintt    Cotir
Earth
eminent appeal' lo have arrived at a stage ill their ponderous
revolutions at which reason is
to In* allowed to assert hci
swav in lhe matter iif Indian
reserves ami in which ordinal t
business 11 minii ill sense will be
allowed lo iulllleiice lhe skua
tinii, there is every cause lo
conclude thai principles oi pro
ittlnit  will be arrived at whiih
uill  In automatic application,
diss.dn* the difficulties which
have hitherto existed and will
render available ii jusi and easi
solution   oi    illis   important
problem, uol alone lor lhc iit\
ot Victoria but also lor even
cilv throughout lhe land, which
is eoiilronled by lhe question nl
a local Indian reserve,
North Vancouver is closeli
interested in iln* developments
now proceeding and cannol bm
watch wiih intense interest the
progress of tin- movement
which Senator Riley so abb
champions.
l-'or Singer and Wheeler uml
Wilson Sewing Machines and
accessories,   call at our office,
The ,1. .1. McAleece Dry Goods
Store, as, I.onsdale A\e. Ma
chines sold for cash or on easy
payment system. The Sin-*i-i
Sewing Machine Co.
Price List of
Vegetable and
Bedding Plants
VEGETABLE I'l.AN IS
Cabbage, in Ikixi* nf It..       the
I'rlerv        "      "     IM '-'•'•'■
(.'ttulltt-iwi-r"    -    is   tk
T iiimk  "     "    in...     Mc
FLOWER  PLANTS
Anton, Stacks, Unldsn tvailu-r
i.nhfli.i. Msrlguld, L'in Ms, He
I'ltiiiii-a, A di nm it mmn, in
lilmini, il lure;,, rout. In hex, Uo
Daisies, Autumn -mini, in
liliiniii. n lar-je nnil. in l.n. Hi
lnwirli'il   Plants, to "nbr, in
bur-diet all liiini' riite per taSSSB.
ALL K'NDS OF
fertilizers
FOR.LAWpl AND GARDEN
OW!!
JIME  to Paint.
Make your buildings bright and clean
this Spring. We have
the best and most economical paint for you
to use.
Shlrwih Williams
PAIHT, PREPARED,
the paint that
spreads  farthest,
wears longest,
_, looks best.   Made
of purest materials.
**»>  A record of forty
' years of good paint
making tehind it.
Sherwin-Williams
Paint\s
HitlE   THE LARGEST SALE OF
iff  PAIHTS  IH  THE W0RL0
Sole Agents for
North iVancouver
Paine  <& McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
III!
1ILIJM <0.. Liil.
Lonsdsle
at  Fi rrv
Avenue,
Limine;
Earth
Nelson Manf g Co.
KSI'I.AN IDK,   l't-i   "i
N. V.  I.ihiiik ('•! 'l Mil i
AWNINGS
TENTS
SAILS
N. NELSON. Proprietor
I. (). 0   K.
North Vaniouver UxlgU, No
55, meets every Tlnusil.n tiin
in-;, corner I.ousdale .inline nnd
Kirst street, at S o'eloik, Visit
tag brethren eordialli invited lo
attend. .1. Kelly, Nt- ; k. I
Kennedy, Kec.-sec. I. 11. Pilling, Fin.-see.
This Week's Specials
I" heap hits huing south mi .-llli Slleet      Tine ,\-im e,n h.
Tenns one-quarter cash, sndbalsnci ovei lira yean Ihese
command a splendid position nnd .in- close in prcteul Loos-
dale Avenue Car I.me.
D.L .'/, In- jo* loot lots, doc* to Queensbury Car Line
at jji joo i ai h li uns nne third iash, balance t, 12 antl rH
iiionlhs.     Hum .in ,<IS" e.uh under present value.
Double Conn i i los. t<> Bouli vard, all cleared.   A snap at
. terns$650caah, balance6, 11 and i** Booths,
Chas. F. Lawson & Co.
e - -uh-iiikii
\iea\ Kstatc Spa< ialisti
11L
■dab- Ave.
t    I  IWSOH
l'lione
ihe
Kl II III KS
and CONIRACIOR!)
Messrs. Jeffery Bros., 511
Dominion I rust Block and
135 Lonsdale Ave., Nortii
Vancouver, are prepaied lo
give pnees for any class of
building in any district. Good
and reliable work at a reasonable figure.
Hun
98
rt) accord with ine
propoaal,    Then* may be a   lew
ni ihem mhaa aii not ready lu
give their Glial word, but thai
lln 1 11 ill be brought into lm, !
bait no tbiitbl."
The particulars ul ihe scheme
"i settlement upon which Sen
.u"i Riley is working and
which gives every assurance oi
iliu uuh disposing oi ilns old
standing grievano apt* "North VdnCOUVCf
part .a the un "I Viei >ri 1 *. 1 *.-j „ _ .,
as lolbws      Thai   he land   be LOal diKl SUpply lOi
■-11I11I11 niii) and sold .it nn i' Ul
ui.iiii t prices ; Ml) p< r cen<.
ul ilu* proceeds to Is paid  ivei
lo  the  Ileitis nl   lhc  lalllilies ol j
tin   Songhees   tribe forthwith
and lilt\   pel  iilil.  10 hi   Iiei.I ill,
trust by the Dominion gow rn
menl   i"i   lhi ii heirs snd   su.
A nn 1 lur 1aai11essi1.il
to the Indians tthnli 1 propos
ed Was lll.it  llli I   should u-aili
Dealers in Coal, Buck,
Sand, Gravel, Lime,
(Vmrnl   and   Genc-tal
Builder*   Supplies.
All  Oid.r*   Promptly
Pilled .m.l s.ttisi 11 iion
Gusrsnti .1    I'm 11 on
Appln ,iinin.
be  paid   a   p..Ill   II  "I   tin   illlel
est "ll  tin   trUSt   Intnl."
N'..H     that     llll     lllla |*ls   Ol       "III
Office: Lonsdale, near Cilv Wharf
Warehouse:       Forman'f Wharf
TIIK  BRIDGE
CIIMIM,
•I UK   ROW   Is  THK  TIMK  Tn  lll'l
I-IIICKS ADVANCE AGAIN.
ui.in!;i;
NORTH   LONSDALE
I- (HUNG Tn BK 1'NK Of TIIK l-'INK-T IlK-lliKA I'l 11.
ION8 01 NORTH VANOOl'VKR,
Dili lol mi Nn  -ii.,!, 100x131 feet, for HOO.  H ttnat mil.t have
 iei    Wt-liiivi ih'* ;i*l|"iiiiiic l"i li-le'l 1" Statu.
Ulli-   lol   Ull   I IM ,   .trirt,   lOOslli feel    it     . f|l*ll
IVi'luni   ,i',,.i  ,*. |,,.|ih r.iinl, half I lilnek Irum rnr, (or ||;||-|
11 lii-l ..li Tliirti"ml. .treei, eli-nreil, nne hluek Irein rir.il .   t'M
II i'.ai want ini  .1 tin- aliovt* tii-t t|iiiikly.
I,    tl    Lii* t   1     Mr     ,
G. W. VANCE & CO.
I nr.  Sih  ,\  l*,„Ml,ile    Phone 176 lliaiuh (lll.i'   i uin Lill,.,
K
ANDIE
IT»HEN
"ITS THE
f PLACE"
l.K. Bennet,     bJLonsdalr
11.
all km l-
-1	
Kfif
III
Mnmilm ■
nt Mi'simi ntnl An11-1 ur hitinhirr
.. lUnk ntnl Unt hltUM Hi I'Air
iii< 111 nil It* braii> ti<>
Kuriiitiirt- Rtonw
pirinri- Pnmlng,
173 THIRD STREET, W
miu.oarancmet mm mmiM
Some Seasonable Suggestions
The |rowin| popularit) ol onr 1910 Hot Point
Kleilrii lloll has been ilt-lii.ilistialed during 1 Ill-
past iteek, our large simk being sold onl entirely,
An.iilu-r large shipment arrived loda} and wc an
prepared to nil all orders m rotation, Remember
in dais' im* trial   \ours im Baking.
Those    Khilin   Tiiasltls \u- sjioke   about    last
week stem to .ippt.il to lhe hreaklast  tabh  epitnre
in im uncertain way, as on sabs .a ili.it hnnd}
little artkh testily.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
50 Lonidale Avenue.
•H4*l-H-!HHHH-HW-!-H+!-H*^HHS-l-HHH-H-H •
"rlTrrn"n rr
t
il The Finest   Double Corner on lhe Grand I
'"'   \\tut\i*\JAri\   Ovw'°°kiD|theInltt for milM,bu 100 leet frontage on
|    IMUIHVaiU    the Boulevard bv |.".T on lml, Siri'i-I.   Must be told at.nice
Price today $3600.   $1250 cash, bal. 6 and 12.
st Street
W I h.u. ilm . lnls in the first bloi k east
nl PilM Sm* i lm .vi*,mo eich. One third
. i-h .nnl llu balance iu ri and i.- uiontliK.
2nd Street
III"' hits in the lust hltn k nest ou 2nd
Streei lor tfOOO eai h      (moil leiuis
Upper Lonsdale
One 35 loot lol on upper Lonsdale ior
1.1150. Tbiaiaaiood inveettnent, ac lots
•II round this vicinity are MUing lor
I1600 up
s.i us ia,, Nm Boulevard Property,
L)rau Valley, Capilano, D.L l6j ami lots
 111 pniiiiiii ill thedoern-town districts
The Canadian Financiers, Limited,
R. L. Thompson, Local Manager.
Head Olfice 632 Granville Street Vancouver, B.C
+
44-1-11 H-l-H-l H-l t-l H-H I l-H-H-H-l- H--H4 -I-H-H-H--H III I-l -H-H 111 I-l "l-H-H-l-H l-H THE EXPRESS. NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Pierce & hall
Successors to IIIM KER, TII0RN10N CO.
SPECIALS
Quarter acre lots on Gorden road, clow to Keith
road ami Hollyburn (took, I'riee |H)i), quarter casli,
balanoe 3,8,12, is and 24 moutlis. Those are tbe
oheapert lots in this district.
Kirst itreet, near Lonsdale: two choice lots, price
|T,:iO(l, cash $2,800, balance ft, 12 and 18 months.
Phone 110.
144 Second Street East.
OEAND UUSICAI, 1-KSTIVAi,
Public  Ueeting  Called  to  Discuss Project.
Verv special interest upon tin
purl ol iiic ciii/.cns iu ginerai
should attach to the project
which the Civic Advertising
Committee uou has in hand ul
holding a grand musical festival in this citj, at a date to
wards the close ol August,
North Vancouver is now at
taining a magnitude in | oiut
ol population which plates th
uiv in position io ii it- large
undertakings and to sptci ili i
along some suitable line wlti<
will result iu the pernmn. nt establishment oi some annual
event arhkh will constitute an
outsi.online feature among the
annual fixtures held in lhi w i
eral sections ol (he province, I
is   doubtful ll   ant  mole appro
priate purpose could be ■ b.i l
lhan   thai   North    Vancouv*-,
should concentrate hi r inerglc
upon the promotion oi the in
terests ol music,   As nn art ii
is one iif the noblest, one ol  he
mosl    popular    and    one    ol
the moat elevating in the expi i
niiii* ni  un it.    lhi   om    vb
"has  no  ear  for muf.it   is  lhi
rare exception."    The man ii iii
"i.s iiiii moved bj tin   Ii union)-
ol   slleet  Sounds"  il hapinlt    a
\eti si.me specimen 11 lhe race
of men.   In general terms mu
sic has peculiar thai ins [or ilu
masses   "I   men,  women   and
children, it stirs lhc deeper em
otioiis and exerts everywhi re
refining and i levatinf ii iluenci
Am   steps laken, thirelorc,   li
encourage  this art a ill ap, .,*
strongly    and   widely   tu   thi
sympathy and lhc .nine  sm
port ot all sections i.i lie  |U
lie  and  In In in"   persisted   ii
[rom  year  to year will  uaii
lor Nnrlh  Vancouvi r iiii   c:i\ i
able reputation and ii i'h   pub
liiiiv ol the mii^t tie 'i ible i r
der.
Sonic ol ihe purposes which
would be served by lhe establishing nl an annual musical bs
tival upon all extensive stale al
North Vancouver olh r lhan oi
purely local import, would bc
as follows
To show iiiai as a community we appreciate the high vai
in* oi the art of music and wis',
to contribute onr quota lo ili
encouragement,
To promote a healthy ("inpi
Ution in musical circles
throughout the lower mainland
and beyond, both as for indivi
dual musicians and musical organizations,
To assist an eilucation.il
movement along musical lines
uliuh will make for higher
.standards upon the part d mu
sitians and lor llu* elevation ol
lhe musical laslis ol lhe public at large.
To draw together the musical
elements «l the constituency lo
which this festival will appeal
and to promote as far as possible uniform advancement in
musical knowledge and achievement throughout iis entire
sphere oi influence,
Tin* establishing ol ■ reputation for North Vancouver as a
music-loving community and as
a centre oi musical inhnenci
will tin much lo promote the
welfare and cheerfulness of the
communit) life and will constitute a powerful element of at-
ii.Htiveiicss to many families
ol musical temperament and
tastes,
The held which lhc festival is
designed to cover includes band
music, orchestra] musk, thoir
IllUsit, soloist wolk and in fact
i verj practicable feature of vocal and instrumental musk.
It is hoped to be able to idler
prizes oi sn Ii.iiiiIsih.h* a nature
ihat the attention oi the local
musical world will be arrested
autl that individuals ami aggie
gallons Irom Ear and near will
.iihiul to compete, The tame
ol roch an institution would
naturally reach lo exunded
bounds and would ifc OUtinuitl
i "M year lo vear attain to a
commanding position in the list
oi annual fixtures.
During the progress of the r,
spei live    competitions     ven
large    concourses   of    people
it a iiiid   gather  as   a malU i
course and with capable man
agemeut   lha   Linancial   risu
should .show a satisfactory  audit balance,
The entire project ■ ■ outlined
by the Civic Advertising  Clin
mittee is worth)   the   serious
consideration "I all public .-.pii-
iicd citizens and a large and representative  gathering   should
In- present at  the public meel
ing called for Hcdncsilai  even
iug   al the city   hall to   ili.u
ought) caavaaa tha whole pro
position,
We Sel! Anything, Eveiyvhere,
BY AUCTION; also
REAL ESTATE.
Life, Fire and Accident Insurance.
Howard & Matbei&on
16 Lonsdale Ave.        Phone 220
THE GEM THEATRE
FIFM STREET West
- i - im- i ■
3 riXK-STPK .MOVING PICTURES
Entire Change of Programme Monday, Wednesday
and Friday
We cstei lo ladies snd children, snd i sun* our pat tons
thai nothingoffemiveot objectionabh will be shown,
Pi i,1*.im.i.ii   i .it j.yt and aS -j p in.
Sl iiunl.ii     Manner    ,n     j. <,   p.m.
Ailmbsbn 10.;
Children 3c.
PACTS ABOUT B. C
British Columbia i.s the largest province In the Dominion,
its area being more than j8o,-
ono square miles. It is rectangular in shape, and commands
Canada's approach to the l'acilic Ocean,
British Columbia has the
mildest climate of all the provinces, particularly in the settled sections, where severe
winters and hot summers are
unknown. Some parts of the
interior, notably the Okanagan
district and the regiou u-
bout Kamloops, are well known
health resorts.
British Columbia's resources are unequalled in magnitude
and variety. Thev include minerals, lisherics and timber,
while agriculture, ranching fad
fruit-growing are profitable tarried on,
British Columbia's aggregate
production in  1906 vai more
than 55,000,000, etpial to S:oo
per head of the population, and
this is hardly more than llic
beginning.
British Columbia's trade is
the largest in the wurld per capita. In 1400 the imports were
»I5,7'8i579i ftm' tb* exports,
113,817,578, whieh was an in-
crease in the total trade of the
province in iwo years oi Sio,-
000,000.
Britiih Columbia exports lish.
coal, gold, silver, topper, lead
timber, fruit, furs and skins
Us markets are the whole
world. Near at hand the
Northwest Territories allord an
ever increasing mark I foi 1-in
ber and fruil.
British Columbia produces ■
bout JO per unt of the entire
mineral output of Canada. Its
yearly total is now reaching
out towards the 1)0,000,000
mark. The total mineral production oi tin- province recorded to dale is Sloo.oi. 1,000.
Hiitish Columbia's primipal
minerals are gold, silver, copper, coal ami had. Iron is
known to exist in large depos
ils on Vancouver Island and
oiher points along the coaat,
as well as in lhe inu riot
British Columbia's on production is almost iis entirety,
together with on (rom the United Slates, is treated iu British tiiliimhia smellers. There-
arc eight Snellen treating on
from 170 mines.
British Columbia's limber
domain   i.s the greatest   on Ibe
continent, iis forest ana MtjV
sisimg oi 182,750,000 acns, ab
whiih, however, is not oi pm
ent commercial value.
Britiih Columbia's yeaily
timber production amount! to
111,000,000,   and   the   lacilities
[or extending ihis Industry an
Inexhaustible, ai far ai mn
materia] and markets arc concerned.
British  Columbia has  about
li.i. sawmills, the interests ol
whieh, exclusive ol the value ol
lands pun based or act|iiired b)
lease, represenl all investment
of non lhan (10,000,060. Thi
annual mt exceeds 650,000,01x1
bet
British Columbia lumber is
shipped to the Northwest Tel-
ritoriea, South Africa, tha Or!
ent, (lit.it Britain and oilu-t
countries
British Columbia's Gaheria
produce Irmn |f,ooo,uoo to Sio,
000,000 annually, and their development is really onlv in its
initial stage.
British Colitmhia's hsheii
output 111 i'io,**, was 19,850,116—
greater lhan that ol any othei
province In the Dominion, and
one-third   the   whole   Bahcrj
1 ield nl Canada
h in" sii 1 will soon be creeled at Mount I.chman.
New Westminster Council
mav submit ,, bylau to the
ratepayers lm raising 197,000
for building a new high school
and tWO nther schools.
Voyle's itreeti an to be giv
en a general overhauling, widei
and better sidewalks put down
ill MVenl plan*, and new sidewalks built ou seven] ..| thi
outlying sit,iis The work will
be done by the plovintial   gOV-
eminent,
Board of Trade
North Vsncouver Board ol
Trade meets the third Tuesday
of each month, at 8 o'clock p.
~., in tht board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday of each month. W. J,
Irwin, president; J. G. Farmer,
secretary.
Builders and
Contractors
P. LARSON is  prepared to
supply
Lime, Brick,
Sand, Cement
And all kinds of Building
Material in .plant it irs In suit
nnd nt reasonable prices.
—APPLY—-
HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER
TEI.El'HONK No.2,
TO ARCHITECTS
The Hoard of Trustees lor
North Vancouver School District invite architects to send
in competitive plans ior a
school on Lonsdale Ave. Plans
to be in hands of Secretary uotj
later than May 27th. Further1
particulars to be had Irom the
Secretary.
9 ALEXANDER LAW,
P.O. Box 178, North Vancouver
NOTICE
N'OTICli i.s hereby ,pi\ — that
thirtv days alter llie lirst pub
lit at ion of illis notice, i intend
to apply 10 the Superintendent,
of Provincial  Police  for a  re-
neural of the Hotel Licence tor
the   Moodyville   Hotel, situated at Moodyville, B. C, on lot'
-7a, group 1, New Westminster 1
District,  for  the  term  of  six'
months commencing July   isi,
1910.
(Sgd.)    TOM BOOTH,
Dated at North Vancouver,
May tath, 1910. II
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that
I intend lo apply to the Board
nl l.uense Commissioners lor
lhe Municipality of North Vaii-
iiiiiur at the nt-jct statutory
meet ing ol the said Board to beheld in June, 19J0, for a license
lo sell liquor hy retail on lhat
curtail pieinises in lhc Municipality ol N'orih Vancouver and
known and de-scribed as Lots
One (i) and Two (2) in Block
numbered Fifty-tone (51) in subdivision o( ilistnct lot numbered Two Thousand and Eighty
s- un '20S7) group one (1) New
Westminster District, common-
Iv known as Ly;nn Valley Hotel.
Dated this 11 ls day of March,
1910.
WALTER G1UBS,
II Applicant.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In lhc estate ot William Palmer l'tatey, dei eased, notice is
hereby given that all persons
having ilaims against the late
W. 1'. Peace* who died the i.Uh
dn ol March, 1910, at the City
ni Norih Vancouver, B C, are
required t0 sund by post prepaid or to deliver to Mrs. K.
A.  l'caeey,   administratrix   of
llie estate  of the said deceased
I lun nallies, addresses and full
l'i'titulars of the amount of
their claims and thc nature ol
the security, .if any, held bj
lliun.
And take nntice that alter
lime 15th, iqio, the adininis
tutrix will proceed to distrib
nle the assets of thc deceased
among the jpersons entitled
ilureto, having regard only to
the claims of which thc said
administratrix shall then have
had notice.
Dated  at  Ni nth  Vancouver,
thli loth day < J Mav, 1910.
E. JL PEACEY,
II . tteinistratrix.
Application T< irtJqiior License;
Notice is he refby -given that at j
the next sitti »g of the board ol
l.itensing    C  oenniissioners   lot
the city of N i-wth Vancouver, 1 (
intend to ap| ily lor a retail bottle license fo t the premises, sit |
uatc on lot    m, block 152, D I
*74i on ist    jirect east, near Si
David's Avi  .j-*k.
(Signed   ) CHAS. A. HU
Hated at N orth Vancouver,
April 2bt  J,, 1910.      1, 5 10-M
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YOU WITH SUGGESTIONS.  We
ar.- practical I'uru-l.iH an.l Or|.»-i
Ma-n. aai t mil bun a baton -ah mlil
In- atr.in-*ed.    JISI   KBl LIVED A
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ALEXANDER -SMITH £* CO.
norm vwroLver
LONSDALE AVENUE ESPLANADE
FIRST STREET BOILEWKU
AND D. L. 165
We ht\-r exclusive sale ol lhe best properties in ibe
sbore.   Ca'l and in pure.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
11   I..>ii-.1hI«* Avenue
l'huiirs--Offi<-i- M       Hon*' II       P.O. Box .iO
LYNN VALLEY
On Mav i-ihthrCAKS VVILL Hi: RUNNING pail
our ww -Mt-.liii-.iot*. which is I mini 10 th.-   . jii ol
Lvnn Valln.
Inlen.bac mva-i.ar. ,n,ir-ir.1 n- Lvnn Vail. \ pmpartt
ilkMiM a.. .-■<! IV almv-f *nnou n. ui.nl a- a lip llial
pntrs will tat.   ao upmai.l uiorriir.il as »»on  as lhc
iuk* is ttiiaeil on.
We   hair   al->-   a   iciurLablr   hoc   suUl-ti-ioa   on
miMt-imn sniil. ij.   * -wi-.. »n ihe *tn ii-i<»n a>i
ihr dran-l Houlnarxl. whnh •   are odem, .iow a;
rra-.-3ab> i*eitr-
CAMPBELL & EVENSON
9 ljonsdajr Airnur.
Unoe 155.
Fresh and
Salt Fbh
P. BURNS & CO. has installed a Fish
department, seperate from then Meat department, and are prepared to fill all orders
tor Fresh and Salt Fish promptly.
Phone II
LONSDALE AVE. near FIRST ST.
Provincial News
N'KI.SON
According to advices from
Nelson the Dominion Government has definitely decided to
use the Kelson Mueller in its experiments in connection with
the /.ine industry.
The members til the Methodist conference recently in session at Nelson were guests ol
tin- Hoard of Trade on a delightful excursion on the lake
recentlv.
A car load of line live stock,
ahoiil bull <»f which is pedigreed, was brought (rom the
coast last week by Chas. F. Mc-
Ilaidv, destine* (<>r his cattle
ranch al Crescent Valley. Mosl
ol the slock is Irom l.adnei antl
all ol il is from the Delta.
in Nelson qnite recently Hon
Thos Taylor, Minister of l'uli
lie Works, announced thut "the
i-ovcrnmt'lil main trunk road a
cross the southern portion ol
the province vvill be completed
Irom (.oatlcll to the Alli-rla
Imiiiidari  lllis lull."
KOSSLAND
llu- entire batten ni eight
furnaces at the C.ranby sinelu-t
was in o|K-ration all last week,
consuming around 4,1-00 tons iion- per day. During lhe wee!
17,675 tons of on- were -melted
which coiistituies a 111 w lecord
al lhe big reduction works. On
onlv one or two occasions have
all the liirnacis la-en in opera
tion together, and then onlv
or a dav or Iwo, lor cxperi
iiu-iial purposes.
QUBSNBL
A Baud i'l Trade has I ccn rr
gani/.ed at tjue.sncl wilh A. W.
Cai.iemn as president ; S, L.
Mil niiii. vice-president, anil T.
M. Hill, secretary.
GRAND FORKS
l'ostollice buildings .tl Grand
Forks and GlCSUWOod, costing
$10,000 each, am! al Vernon
and Chilliwack, will he huilt
this summer.
KKI.OWNA
The people ol Kelowna are
considering the ailvisahilitv ol
asking the C.P.I, lo build a
tourist hotel ihere.
RBI WKST.MINSTKR
The iikiI ol a truant olhcer
wa- one nl llu- |.ii:..i|..il topics
tlistussetl .11 .1 ream muling
ol lhe New Wtsliniiislir m.iooI
hoard wilh lhe result that
steps will In- laken at onu- to
compel all iliiblren oi school
ages ol 0 and It, to .iltend
school unless prevented through
sickness or other lawful MM.
Mai.'i l.t-,* has .allnl a pub
lie meeting to lie held this week
as a result of a petition signed
bv forlv-two ralcpau-rs to inquire inlo the cause ol the sh ■
progress Iteing made on lhe or.
provemenls on Columbia street.
The sailing ship Alia and lhe
sailing ship Kpsom an- b ading
an aggregale ol Jjfswjmt Utt
at ihe Frast-r River Mills (or
shipment to Australia.
The Fraser River Mills have
started the ereclion ol a sash
and door (acton and .1 -lung IiiiiiiI which are 1-nlh expected lo
hr in operation bv the middle
ol September A box faetorv
and veneering plant are also to
U sjncteal The mw mills an*
to he located i.n (he coiiipanv's
properlv dins ilv east o( the
old mills. A1 ihe pi■ senl lime
the daily .111 al ihe mills is te
tween Jgajom ami ji.a.nn leet,
about nw men Ix-ing iinploy 1.
A number will In- takin an (or
the erection ■•! ilu- new if.Hls.
We have a good list in 265.   A House and Lot on
17th for $2000.    Good Buys in 273 and 274.
A Good Lot on 4th Street for $3100.
BISSELL, BROWN & SNYDER
64 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
MAIN  OFFICE:—264 Hastings St. E., near Impress theatre
BURNABY
The Contract lor the construction  of   the new Burnabv   lint-
has la-en awarded   M. P.   Cot-1
ton.    Mr.  Cotton   will clear, |
grade  antl construct the   road-1
lied.   The contract calls (or seven  anil a ball   miles ol   roatl j
Iron)   Huinahi   to   Vancouver, j
and must he completed   within j
three months nt n cost ol (iyi,
nob.
North Vancouver Piano Co.
and School of Music
MKRRITT
The Merrill Klectric Light ek
totni Co. will instal a modern
electric lighting .svstiiii cosling
about $15,000. Waltr works
will also la- constructed soon.
BOOTH  \.\NCorvKu
The Suiith Vancouver v>cii"t>l
Trustees are asking the rale
pavers lo vole S2,2,si,ooo lor
the purchase nl (our new school
sites anil the erection ol thi a-
new 840,000 brick buildings.
Phone 114
443 Lonsdale Avenue
ItSSONS MVIN ON IHI I Oll OWING IKSIKUMINIS:
PIANOFORTE- -Teachers, Mrs. Hmniesiei. A. R, A. M. aud
Mrs. W. Ward.
SINGING*—Teacher, Mi. P. Edmunds.
VIOLIN, VIOLINCLLLO,  CORNET,  I-'ULTE,  MANDO
LIN, ETC.   Teacher, Mr. L. Davies, L. V. b. M.
Terms—
l'lantifoile: Elementary, 12 lessons {6.00; Advanced, tq.00
Violin, etc.: Elementary, 12 lessons fn. no, Advancetl, J9.00
Singing, 1 lesson tl- 50
PALACE
HOTEL
Katis:
J.- nn per and up.
Special rait-s lu families and lo regular
boarders	
I'KNTICTON
The C. P. Railwav niuitiaui
has ni|iiesled lllc l'enliilon
council lo purchase waleifiont
BM on lhe lake, lo lhe evlenl
nl S700 per lool lor I wharl
The council may place lhe bv
law.
due ol the mosl important
land clearing .schemes in the
hislorv of Ihe province is to he
undertaken bv the Arrow Lakes
Orchard Co. near Nakusp. A
large sli am land clearing mt
chine will Im- brought in and ii
is fMftmi lo chat |oo ol llic
company's S.ooo acres.
hirsi R001 Gonien on am
REDA&ANLRUSS
PROPRIETORS
SSI'OMI  Sim It
NORTH   VANCOUVER, B. C.
I'RINtK   Rtl'KRT
The total avmv-m,ni t.i the
whole ol the Prime Rnprrt
townsite. whiih has pisi l-n-n
mmpleted. is 5i>,v-<». lh». 0
which I4IM90 'x in impnive-
menl.s.
Plans lor a hospital at Prime
Rupert have Urn a.inpleted.
The boilding will he a suIkuh
iial and attractive one in ap
pearance.
0. K. Woodyard
On I.ih St. im ll..1111  tn.
SrlU rloir* .at mil la-njt't.
Il.mli..* l.M'l (Mill ii-nl fl"1
.k-livrml      MS trin-nil nm-
tnrlil'S. i-lminir. a-inntiiif,
■ri.liii*.'. rlr.
F. B. DAY
Ihaaath.
E. PALMER
MOW AW MCK
CONIt/VCIOi
ns*.r ll »S> KIIIIM 1-.
fmtmtm   f 0. Bos IK
A Modem Range at a Modest Price
THE "CHANCELLOR"
It is made on Ihe mo-at up In
inui- plans with special lea
line points, one nf which is
DIVIDED   I-LUE  STRIP
winch makes haking  s  real
pleasure.
This feature prevents Ihe
povsiliilitv of the back of
the   oven   being   holler
lhan   nearer   the   door,
which  i< the i«* with
most lAiif, •*.
La 1  lis show vou this lillle
wrinkle.    It don'l  cost  you
any   more   in   cash,  bul   is
worth much in n mi!'-
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
Phooe 58. 133 Lonsdile Avenue
North Vancouver
Woodqard
We supply SI0VCW00D any
Imglli in-wml $2.75. per load.
Prompt ddnrery.
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LYNN   VALLEY
Lot 5. Block $4, D. L. loaa, 80 leel on cariine, (tf sere)
Price $600, $300 cssh, balance one yesr.
Lols 14 snd 15, Hlock 14. D.L 2013. Price S300 escb, f.50
cash each, snd $10 per month.
CITY
l.ul 4, lilork 1A7, D.L. 274. Price S,.oon, {1,000 cash,
lu I jn. t (1, 12 and iM monlht.
MAY &BIJRNS
Real Eslale and Financial Agents
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KASI.D
Kaslo will prohlihh instal
the antomatii ph. n, m-'iiii a-
a muniiipal enterpn e
C.RAMl KIRKS
A sawmill at \'.r ,-vl K-.rks
has ml BjWynnn bit ol 'nui-
ber this i*e»v>n
NORTII VANCOUVER
Chesterlield Avenue
Fronting on Mahon Avenue
1    "The Boulevard Extension" Jones Avenue and
—=-=—-=1^=5— Adjacent Streets  ::
: Subdivision ol Blocks 203A, 213,2I3A, 204,204A, 226A ii
240 and 241, in Distiict Lots 544 and 545
For Plana, Price Lob wd Partkularv apply
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SPECIAL
Recently subdivided and placed on the market (or the first time—Cleared Lots, size 50 x 140 feet each, in the easterly
portion of Block 61, District Lot 549, situated between Lonsdale Avenue and St. George's Avenue, fronting on
13th and 14th Streets.
Lots fronting on 13th Street, $1,000 each      Lots fronting on 14th Street, $900 each
Lot 54x140 feet, comer 13th Street and St. George's Avenue    ,-    -   Price $ 1,600
Lot 54x140 feet, corner 14th Street and St. George's Avenue    -    -   Price $ 1,500
Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
PLEASE NOTE the central situation of the above lots, close proximity to center of population, walking distance
of ferry landing, one-half block from principal cariine of the city.   Electric light, telephones, and city water available.
Compare these prices with the higher prices of property which is much less favorably located,
and you can only arrive at one conclusion.       Make Yoor Selection Without Delay.
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD
(Incorporated A.l). lyon, under the Companies' Act 189} and Amending Acts, with chid plaee of business in North Vancouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C., Telephone 15
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COMMKRC1AL DISTANCES   aridth will bc pat down.
Slips are bttni taken by In  I
cilv n imu il ol Victoria  look
lill); to the removal of all   clcc-
| trie light, power, telephone aad
[telegraph pules Innn   oil   tin*
) business   itreeti   and   having
tlu-111 plated iiiideijiii'iinil
In tin* competition lor nans
Pacific trade, iln- advantage "t
the    Western    putts   nl    Hllll-.il
Columbia ait* very evident. The
lollowing   table will   show    lllc
poiition nl Vancouver pott i
l'i 1'in Frnin
Vancouver     London
I.Mllesi
Vokaliaiiia |,2jM
Hon-; Konn n,o;i
Bhanghai 5*461
Brisbane 'i,7,s,s
Sydney 7,265
Auckland 8,058
Miles I
12,1-86
10,185
10,095
12,465
13,500
13,500
PROVINCIAL NEWS
VICTORIA
The iitv council of  Victoria
has  ulleted   tO  CO npeiale    Willi
the school board in the matter
ol Mcuring 1 mu- lm tin* tu 1
hi-jh   school   at Spring   kidj;i
This   uller   sets   iilll   llllll     ll"l
only will the city give tin  col
piiiaiitin property In thnt  ntc*
iimi of the city lilll will ttlw
provide tlic slilll ol a-.ym ,ulili
111 inal to complete the pmthaae
uf the site, over and almvt lh**
|>5,ooo which tlic school board
has set aside lor the purpose
Nearly one thouaand aatnet
have been taken oil the old iis!
of voters for Victoria districi.
Barring delay the bi^ powei
plant of the It. C. l-'.lettiit Co.
at Jordan  Kiver will be   mm
pitted ami connected with tin-
city early nexl vear. This
means that power will be »c-n-
crated at the new st.u-.on I
year and I hall ahead of tin-
time limit set in tin* agnxtnect
with the cily.
Assessor  Northcotl  and stall
have completed the work ol pn
pariti" the assessment roll (or
the tin ol Victoril loi tin
present    It is expected that ll
will   slum    .1     Inu.elldi.lis    ill-
tnase over tin- ii^ims ia 1 laat
\i.ii Last year the ,,,m * I
Value of the land was M  ,* 1
980 and ol the Improvementi
Jio,368,2io, Owing to the Iai •■
amount ol building during tin
past year and tin iih reuse in
land  values il  is believed   that
the increase this year a ill total
upwarda ol ■ li,oi ",000.
Tin*  work ol paving Douglati
street  between  Ilnmbobli   and
Kiiguard streets, will be taken
in  band   almost   Immediately
Cement  lidewalka   2n leet  in
RECORD T1HBE1 CUT
Por ilu- liscal year ending 0:1
Uarch 31st, accorriia| to the
report ol Crown Timber Agent
beamy, 116,035,422 lui  boaid
ini-.i-.iiri-    ol   st.iiiilin-;     limber
was tut iindet licenie in ilu-
Dominion railwa) belt in this
province.    The total nvenue oi
lhe ollice lor the veal   .tiiunilll
ed t.i 1123,763.69. Both the .1-
iiioiuit ol limber cul and iht it
\iiim- obtained through licenses
lor this period is fully twice as
large as that of last year, when
It totalled 53,923.157 teat. All
icioids iii this line have been
broken.
The    Hew    Imsiness   premises
now iu course o( erection bj lhi
Irwin .Nt Billingi Co, I,ul', at
the enrner of Lonsdale A-iinn
and   l-'illeeiuh   itreet will torn
pnsi- two modem itorei each
measuring twenty-five bj  nixty
In 1 with plait- -;la,ss window-
Tin  firat sluiv will be made ill
lo thoroughly up-to-date haunt
keeping suites. Several additional property owneri in lhat
vicinity bave in contemplation
the erection of buildings of 1
similar character.
ASSESSOR   WANTED
Application! «ill be received
in tin* undtrrigned up iill 12
o'clock tiiion mi Saturday, .'une
nth, I'ii.i, (or the position  ol
Assessor ol lhe Cilv "f   Nnrth
Vancouver (or the year 191 1.
The time within which the
Assessor shall begin to make
and al which he shall complete
tin Assessment Koll in accord
aim* with the statutes shall be
that  period between 2nd July,
tgto, and call Novembel   191a
N,llllll       "Hi   ll'll     S   ,""
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
11 Citv Clerk.
Tbe
Warburnitz
Piano
Marie i-sji -i-i.ilk by I leailillg Hnu of jiiano milkers
for tin- Norlli \'iiin-inivi'i' Piano l'iiiii[i!iny.
A lir-t diss medium priced parlor piano, deaignad
to All the requirement! ol the iiiumciiI puMic liy a
cari-ftillv s]icoiiii'il eombinttion of
TONE, ENDURANCE, QUALITY and ECONOMY.
"Tin- Wnrliiiniii/ Sjii-ak- for Itaalf."
North Vancouver Piano Co.
l'lione  111.
118 Lonidale Avenue.
Lacrosse
MATCH
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Tuesday, May 24
Admission 25c.
Children under 15 years Free
Patronize Home Sport
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
UAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
North Viintoiivir ami Yani-diivi-r KutaH-it miimgeil, Kent* t*oll(*i-t«l
City ami Snliiirluin Prii|«Tt.v. Kiifin<*n-> Clmnn-it
Ai-mn1'. "*ul*-liivi'iini» afNMIMll o(  LWm  ilimnuntetl
Foot ol Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver, B. C.
TELEPHONE I9, P. O. BOX 114
Bressey
Peers & Boult
REAL ESfArE
Iniurdnce
Notary Public
NORM VANCOUVER FERRY TIMETABLE
STEAMER ST, OlOtOB   STR. NOKTH VANCOUVER
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Time Table mhject to change without notice. THE EXPRESS NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
H111 IHI III It 111111111111H lllll llll llll IH       UE WOK i A I.   SEB VIC E
NOTICE!
Our buiineai is now practically on a cash ha
sis.   This enablei us to give our customers the
same high class goodi wc have alwayi handled
,it tan much better pricei than can In- obtained
irnin stuns doing a credit trade.
Try an order ind compare i|ualit\ and price,
J. A. & H. McMlLUN
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North Lonsdale
Property Owners
A meeting of residents and property owners of Nortli Lonsdale will
be held in J. Loutet's office, corner
Nye and Lonsdale, on Wednesday
evening, May 25th, at 7.30 o'clock.
BUSINESS:
Formation of an Improvement Association to discuss cariine, school,
ward and other matters.
TAKI':   NOTICE   that    th,
I Ull     I'l     till*    I  *'l|l"l,lllllll       ia|
tin iTti iit Nuiih Vancouver
intends in construct ,is a work
"i Local Improvement iht grad
in;: a to permanent grade "i
Lonidale Avi from lha south
lnif "i Thirteenth Mint t" the
Sorth hm "i Ki] lit" nth itreet
ami t<> i"listrn. I a mat,nl.nn
LMillla- villi KUitablc iiit'li,
.nnl a is tool concrete aidewall
"ii each -.i.l' ol -.aiil a\iinn- l"
tween thr pointa above men
tinned ; I mii i uli miti.'ii ill
Section -v ui iln* Municipal
I'l.uisi s ,\, i and mii ndi to as
KM tin iiii.il i.i.i iln li >a| upon
iiii nal properti Ironting "i
abutting iln tiun ami to In
benefitted therein, nnd thai *'
st.iiiiiuiii showing iln- lands
liable t" p.n tin- sai'l assess
mint ainl tin nanus ol tin own
tis tin lml, Kd lal   as iall l.i   a
certained Irom iha la i  K'. i-i ed
Aaaeumenl Koll ii nou "ii Iih
in the "Ilm- "I iln Cl rk ul lh
Munii ipalii) ami is "I tn im ui
spittiun 'lmin     iim hours,
Tin-  eatimaled   coil  ul   the
(Continued trow page i)
nipeg, »li" is ;l visitor in tin
nn "Tins gathering," de
dared the speaker "i.s no mat
lt*r nl (..nn " Wc owe lliln iiim
is gone iliis tribute lur all th n
is great is made liv Uud. iu*
holds it in his band. This king
was great .nnl God has put His
was a king ul peace ami wiih
seal upon ih.it grcatneai," lie
peace came puwer, than whnh
earth never saw greater, Kin-;
Kdwanl sought pi-au*, with a
In*.n i mil ul love fur his lil
[ow There were two charm
leristics "i his greataeM to
which tin ipeaker would refer,
The lirsl was the tact that Kd
w .i ri I Vll i.une lo the thrum*
an old man He hail passed
the period when Ins points
mii in their prime, when he
ascended tin* throne, Hut all at
"iin realized thai here was a
man ..I linn. He had possessed
himsell   in   patience all   those
teals    when    his    powers    were
|*H 111;;   stale  [or   luck   ul    list*.
Conscious oi power In* had  ei
liiliiltd nia-jiiiliictit sell i"li
trul, by allowing that power
lu itin.iiu lalluw Such a in.in
was a itrong man. The wcond
characteristic was ihis: li will
nut In- know n l"i' in.in\  a   dav
liuw ninth u( his grcatmss was
o( his own cultivation.     Tin-
speaker here related a conver a
lii iii   which   he had had before
leaving  England  w ith a nictn
ber ui ilu- nobility wlm was in
elitieil tu adverse!) criticise tin
kiti1; in some respects,   lie had
asked   the   iiitit    the   question
"You are conversant .wilt tin
l.n ts concerning iln kind's tai
h  iiiiiii .'"   Vis.   "Is ji imi   a
l.nt that that tutor was   nol ..
Christian .'"   The ttitii ackno
wledged that he was Boi,   Na i
el'lhelcss the spc-aki r nail t.liei
ted   lhe    kin;;   had   become    a
christian. N'otwithstandiug tin
unfavorable charai ter *i thi st
earl) influences, ihe iin,' had
brought himsell mi" righl uli
ti'.n with Cud .uid had given
himsell to tin- people under the
majistt ni heaven
The concluding i to i> iaei »l
tin service consisted ol ilu
reading "l tlu* proclamation ul
Hu- Governor-General with re
gard t" tin* accession ul King
George \ ami lhe sineine ril
the  National Anthem   in   the
t ull'.'le'.'.lll'lll
work is Twini\-l-'iiur Thousand
Three    Ilm ah,d   and     Ninet)
s , iaaliais, ul which s ,,
"ia; ■-, is ia, he provided um ol
the ';ttli ral Hinds u| lhe \ 1 .mi
. ipality.
THOMAS SIIKPHEKD,
tin  l Ink
Nurlh Vancouver, II. C.
\|.l\       |S|||,     |a,|U,
There is < I lorth in ilu- lol
lowing fool u ite tile names "I
the owners "i occupiers whu
hat, nui iigncd iln* requisition
pi. .iniul i.a iia. Count il calling
upon ihiin tu conatruct the
w"ik "i l.'n.il Improvi ment a
ii"\e    mentioned    and    upon
whom  a  mam   siniilai   lo    the
alsive advi i used notice hi
Imu served In mailing tin
s. nm    b)    prepaid    registered
mail I" lln List km.w ti plan ul
abode "I sUI h ou rus oi oo u
|H. I I,   with   'he estimated    t"sl
"i iiii wort and iln proportion
iln n "i proposed ia. be assessed
i each "I -in h "inn is ui
occupiers whose propertt al
I fee ted is as undetnoted i
Owner nr lln iiiiier'i
\.ll.l" lll'l    \. I. I r. — a.
Mr«. Cuminlngi
li'Tl Hitrclm
\ .in, "imr
Geo. Ti
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Vtneooeer,
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NOTICE
ll \..n wanl iu-ell vmir Property, Uin blank  pace and
Mail In
INKSTER & WARD
NORTH VANCOUV ER
A MUSICAL FESTIVAL
lit   desire  u|   lhe   '.illll    I'iwt
Committee ■ publii meeting ol
iiti/etis ul the Citj and Diitrict
will he held in tin- till llall
ull Wedllesdai, the ,-^lh Itlsl al
*S  o'clock   pill      tO    consult I     a
proposal tu Imlil a Musical tn
lllal m lhe iltl  111 AUgUlt llt\l
I'llll pal tn ulal s will he pul   l»
lore the meeting and u is must
desirable thai all who an- in
im sled in furllit-tiii-; the interests ol the till   he present,
A. G. PBMLY, Chairman,
s   AI.HV  I'IIII.II', hun. sec.
.H-hWa^H-a-a-H-M-M-H
Capilano Car Extension
Lots three minutes from this cariine, with good soil, drainage and   ::
scenic surroundings. Close in, with good road already to property,   j;
Inside   lots,  $250;    Corners, $300.     Only $25 down and ^I0 a month     '■'■
Martinson & Co.
62  LONSDALE   AVENUE
SORTH VANCOUVKR, B.C.
/'/nine •-*. I'.t). Bat ;.'
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Messrs. .1. C. \\ii:;ii is a"l
\\. C, Green left town on tri
da) last uii a i-oinliim-d hunting
and pruspei ting tn]' I ' I'Wl
lui I. ni Meadows. The} will n
turn in about Ii-ti days.
IV. II. Sh in.
: ■■•.•.\\>>N
Don't Do It Yourself
when \"ii can send lur me la do
it l"i   j   li ss imu   .md i < I
,i more i ipi it manm i
than ai.\ lad) poiniWi can do it.
anal al ll >, I'.niil
\... i* ii ai .1. ha s .md pains, nan
ei in I possible illness.
Send for the Painter
He sat.s mu tuna , trouble .mil
money. Don'l di turn o»i
paining,
Stoney (Sl Co.
i i, Lonsdah        I liom   i m
Advertise in the Express
If you wish to sell your real estate.
PEABODY'S
RAILROAD
KING
PEABODYS*
UNION b*
MADE £
OVERALLS Y A
Wa Ml tolo afcfiitn here ,,10 "**jfl" \^\
llii* 1'iily   iniiiiiiliti'lnrer  p
Ihll plan, aai a .l-la |ll|l|l|t**|
11 tin \ dn  nut  meet   expel-.
I it a pair
Ainl I.* convinced
I       !:.llll.ai.l    kuitf
111
l-'or Sislr  li)>
CUMMINGtS
Geat'i Clothing,       Puraiihingt,       Men's,  I.j.In*, aad
('lilliliens BoOtl lad Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MKAT MARKET
POT Sinlii and Wine!,!' allil
\\ I Ki ill St w Ule; Maihlllts and
uu essoin ■., iall ut OUI ollice,
The ,1. J, Mt Aleccc Dry ('.nulls
Mm., 9] lonsdale Am . Ma
ihints sold lur cash or on easy
pai nn nt system. Tbe Singer
Sew ui-; Machine Co.
1
Another S2V00 Sel ol Dishes
GI>1\ WAI IRII.
The l» lutiful st t ol d thei,
given (tee tu lhe tilers ul
Royal Standard Floor, hai
hei ll   wun    bj    Ml-     |ullil
Tiinia i. i ipiln a.
Wr hat. ,i■*, i   i  , i waiting
(or soiin-l""1\   li
buy wim mmm
HOUR  IIIRI.
Special this week
While Polflloes,    y.OII sdik
C.R.
(iroicr tinil Bute her
I'ini:.*
1 I I   LOO ■ I ill     \:
Grand
BouuvarB
Cleared Lot*
50 foot in width and over
This is exceptionally (ine residen-
tal property, as all lots have a
beautiful view of the harbor and
English bay, and are in the
blocks adjoining the Queensbury
avenue cariine.
Foi Priced and Particulars, A|iply to
id
ii.
Lin.  l.n
Mahon,  McFarland &  Procter
(ninii   , iimi anil .Seymour Street* OfcU Af**

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