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VOLUME 5.
NOKTIl VANCOUVER, I'.. ('., KK1DAY, NOVEMBER W. 1907
NUMBEB II
111
Tlm regular monthly meeting ol the
hoard of trade mis held on Tnosdny
night, when there wore present n good
nttondnnce, President Phillippo occupied the ohalr, nud Bocrotary Selkirk
was also in bis place.
Before iln' business   u[ il,,, iiicetliuj
Hal-    a aal,,ni, ll,*,*,|    Ui,,    |,|,'-i.l,,IU    ((rtVC   11
'IMU     alalall'l'-.     ;l|l,|     |||'CSCIltll tilIU     laa     Ml.
\V, ,1. Irwin, Hi,* fur ■ -I'ati'iai'.t', fm'
lii- useful work in llie li.aainl during liis
I nu r office.    Several short npecelK*"
1 were mode liy members endorsing the
, president's ivitrtls ainl nlsu milling ili**,i
iipprei i.ni,,ii nl ihe nliti' milliner in wltielt
I In* euuiliifteil ilia' affairs nt ilie hoard
nl  11.lala* lllU'iltg  llli' find  vein* a.l   il- OX-
un'.    Mi. Irwin tipnti receiving tin'
'  I't'-i'lll.    (tlliall     WHS    II    iiilllliilll'il     lliiil
nl fltiwer -innil, ili'inWil iln- members
u-l In*.mil,!, -laiiiii*; In* liml mily .Imu'
! tilini lu* ,i,ii.-iili'i'i'il hi- iluly,
Tlie iiiinui.'.-  ni   ilie   lasl   ropier
luei'linH were nml ainl ailnptcd.
\  letter Iran  Mr.   Mniiin ouclminfl
nlso a a..i inieatiuii In hint Irmn lite
' Dominion I'.xpress eiiinpiiny relating In
iiti-isillm-j iiii express uHiee in Nortli
[Vancouver una rend, lite company's
letter i" Mr. Martin stated that the in-
Ispeetnr ivns absent from ilu* city ami
I tin n fori' ib.* matter cnulil not be gone
, iit.i luml in* returned, but the; Itlic
 piny' liml ii<> iloiilu iliiiv would ho
llitile difficulty   pmviiltng   ollice   ninl
'-nli   alia.ilillltiailnlliill  COlllll   I"'  "IllllilU'ib
Mi  II. r. Wright "['.ike iii Minll of
fins , in..*  on   iif   mibjeut.    lb'
Hinted ih.ii In* liml ol'l'.f.il Mr. Mnrlin
llie plumbing -li.'|t near lite wlinrl for
|„   l,„ap*l,ill   "III,'.' .11  ai  1 II
mail IVIIIltb
[li tins iiiaitiil tlmi Mr. Wright's actions
b, iippriiveil ol nml thnl the lonlli r he
referred Imrk in tin* eninmerec mul in-
Iitii-iin-  >itiiiin'.   Iiie iimtinn carried,
Mr. S, McDonald wmtc londt nn; his
(resignation   as   ili.iin I ibe enter-
[l.innil'ill ninl reecptinn cnillllliltce. Tlie
* -i.'ii.tlla.li  «;i- aii.'i pi''I
I      I'll'   I       fWIll      till*      'll.lllal      I'l       . ll
f\ a.\a> stated llml ttt.it council bml
|'J-.al .1 I, -.alllllaall |,, H-li lllC I'll) III
Vnneoiiver nnd tlie Imnnl "l trade t"
i :l. ll ,lp| ll  n ...lllllllll I  Hln Ii. net
ijoutlb (villi ll nilllllitlec ll  llu'
aii Irii i i*'i iii* pinp "' "I "'ii-nl' nn;
llie lltlvisilhililj III * l.allllalai luispilnlnn
lli.     n. nh   -It I    llll'   llllll
i.. .  llml. \ -p.ke tu support "I iln
fpi.'p -ni'ii   giving   iiiiiii.i.'ii-   I...   Iis
;..t tl>.. ni'iii. i I., be   looked   into   ni
Mi. Win. Morden nml J. I:   I   Milr-
I |.|    illlt ll    ll'l'l    Ul'     I) 'lllal    el
'lli".
Mi   I   \  McN'nii wi'!• slating tlmt
|l«  wns nimble In nttenil the  'lings
in*l  tin |ili' l"l  llml  lit- liniin
Ibe  ivilhtlrnwn  Imm  ihe membership
lb*, ii i.iiaiii'ii   v..,.   ncei pled
Penh n ji. i.
\p|ilaa iiiliiii   i i   nn mbi i-liip   from
|Mr, H, Bruce, I  h lint nml b C,
nm I,  Wl tv  ,la,1 pi..I
..1*1 i   industries  com*
millet reported ilm ilia \ hod tbe mallei nl tlie i -.pi' - "Hi"' in hand and
u, ti working ;•' thai end,
ill.        II   lll-pall.tll "II     ".lllll   Ilia*        I'  |1   'it-
|"l   la 'Ul la       1. llllll,*     bill        lit*   I      ill, 1,
.   1    *   *       1   all     II |       Hal,...'
ill'    llll i l -   nn,I       .nl. I       , ||,l
,p.ll"l lllll llll) ll.l.I III' ll
1 btl.e   nnd in.un i - ■ I   i in in;'' n in-
in   l.na..n   ninii i   ila- ie ion   Slid   WOlllll
prohnhl) lm* mnctliing ilefinilc In
-.n ni iln nexl meeting
I u.l, i tli, li, ml "i publicity nml tufa i'ini , Ui.   secretary,  Mi   Selkirk,
Staled llinl  In   WOS    km;    .nni...
iiii nn vuii Mi irs Mohan, Mi forland
.V Mnhoii relative io llf latest plan nl
N'.'ttii Vnneouvci nnd ti rroiindinj
all   lllal
ila .ii .a ituieil thai ii phnti graph ■ I
III'     a ||l     tlaallU    |„      111,. I      llnlll     llll      I        I
nt iln  Police hotel tngctltci Willi Ibe
tnouninliis and water adjoining.   Tin
picture, In said, wnultl be   about   is
inches long.
'i'ln- nformntlon, logethot u it li  sli*
thllcs, which tin- bring iinllirii'il. uill
in* ai-a'ii nt making the ycard k os ■ ,,..i-
pii'it* n*> posslhlei
Mn \bHiiiiiiii. *ii.ittin,in nf iin< inlet*.
tiitiini'ii! "iniiiiiiii'i*. having restgoed His
'iin' n-liip, nn report set lorthcom*
ln>,   Mt. John Mi'snuili'i »ns uninlm*
nii-it chosen in ltd Htt* vnritnry.
IV, ,1. Innn Introduced the question
,,' "iu ,u ii in; observation Instramenti bu
ni-'.il.ill'ill  in  Hie i ill.
II in. luggntid Hint tin* government
might ii" ,ippiii.ii lml mt tin' matter, bul
it tuts understood Ihal "it account ol tin*
proximity In Vancouver, Hie government
not having knowledge of sucli o difference in climate in North Vnncouver
from Vancouver might hesitate to consider tin' matter, It n* referred to Hip
public improvement c< itttce.
A question was nsktsl as lo whon Hie
tt'iiy Ninth Vancouver would lie reedy
im' Hie nm again, Tin, chnlrman of tin*
transportation committee slated Hint In*
understood it would lie mt again shortly
mul Hint the company intended to run
n huh hourly hcrvico throughout the
.tinier months,
The post office ni'iiiiiiiiii,.l.iti.aii- nml
facilities come up I'm discussion, It was
resolved Ihal lhe president, W. J, Phil*
lll'l"..   \ I  i   lll-.il  .1;   W.   b   It Will    fee-
tvintv ,1. II. Selkirk ntnl tin1 chairman
ni tho Improvement committee   confer
ttiih Un* t liber, Mr. II. 0, Maophcr*
-on, tu consequence of Mr. Mncphereon's
l iim' in regard to the matter,
It tins nlso decided thnt n resolution
in.in Hie bonrd of trade sliould he drown
up mul Forwarded in the posl olllco inspector, Mi. Greenfield, n-king for on
improvement in tin* delivery facilities,
,1. II. I'i.i-et nml others -puke of lilt'
advisability nml necessity of iln; cltitens
siippoiling Uie local po-i office in llf
i ni* h.i.-iii'i i.i *-iaiin|i- .mil money orders.
ll tn- lh..nilil ihni if thi* wn- done n
gieni step would then have been token
tniniil- better service which would result from tin- larger revenue reeoived,
Tl uini site wns Un* oexl subject
ll|lla,|ll.|,||.
Mi. ili'iii;,. Burl ley spoke ol length 'it
in i tin* i i'ln a.l Ni nth Vancouver
Inking nn netive Interest nml co-opernt*
in,! witli the \ ,i nver I'lnpi-i'ly Owners' nssoeiutioii in trying In secure tin*
moikel -u>' ha iin,it tm Ilnn.oil Inlet
i proposed In Hint limit oi ihelr petition in (hi* mayor nml nhlermnn of llu*
i*ilj ni Vnncouver.
Mr   A    I'hilip llltillglll  llml  III,. Illall-
kel she in Vancouver wn- mil n ipiesiltm
fill iln* i |tle "I Nul!, Vn ni'i' 1" iu-
lerfere In, Tbej  might tram i" locale
nn,* nlso llllll iiniilil imi Iiunl. ll Ill-
tens "l iln* -"iiti -i'l'1 f"i ihi'ir nilvlee
in it- location,
I'm in n rnte Mr, Hartley's pmpnsl-
,1    „    i   -I". ■.,     I,    ... *.     .    a*    l>ala*,|    *.,.    .1"    .11
iiiiieiiili'iiieiil ui'.t.'.l l.y A. Smith i" A.
I'hilip'- mnlloii: "'I'll.it it tin. itiivpi'.li-
mil in Inke nny action or eo-iiperale in
nnt wny."
Asiatic Question.
K recent Toronto dispatch snys:  Ad
dressing  Hn*  Ministerial  Association
ti ilm i|in* t  nf Asiatics Iii Am-
I,,., i. i. i.i.n. iiii. E, ti. Crummy,
instor of Bnlhursl Mothodlsi Church,
■aid Hie methods being adopted el
pn-i'iii in Western Qanada (" excite
nt -iii against the Asiatic and io
....in.' nts exclusion did imt commend
themselves to the serious Btudeni nt
.n .1,       Mt.    Crummy,    however.
i ti"l "in nt  tin* same ll ten
in. re Is i very ui.t.* problem behind
in. *.* detective methods,   This proh
lllll.    Ill'    S.li'l      I       |a"      llll)     lia,    |a- l|,.|l,
ai., iruggh ia.inn 1. i.m . Ivlllsatlon
i*, prove itlilili l more vital ami between iim niii-s I,, s,, ut, it,, nm Id's
Industrial   upn mi' l    IVi I i tho
,   m tin* ICasi fm- "iii own puv-
posei .nhl rn* nm' Aslallt tn,' Justice
,.i   idmlsslon   al   oun    Regulation
Till* U-l j' all l n r l.tin* i  i tl
i.. a. i, i i perfectly jusi .nnt need
i...i bi ..in len.'. ,i- i .ii... ni ie regulation, mnl lit,* pnv,-nn,,ti nl China-
towns In nut cities, Imt even Vestige
of offensive legislation should lie removed from our statute books,
Douma Opened.
A-i. Petersburg dispatch says Tin*
titird Russian parliament was opened In
Taurlde  palace  this  morning in  tin*
pi     Premier Rtolypln nml Hn*
cabinet, ny Mr Oolehuff, vlce-preslttenl
,,r the  h ol ih" iiiiiUii'.   'i in, i,
llglous lervlce preceding ihe opening
was conducted by ii" Metropolitan An-
tnllntis, nml a large numbt r <<f btihops
imt niii* t high ecoleele nli and was
tn.ni.' iiie i.....si.-it for i greal display
of puttIntli* enthusiasm nt, the imt ol
it..' I'.nisi'ivntivi nnil modern members.
Tlir ttntlnnnl Itytitn wns repeatedly
.iiiiik and i lie emperor vigorously cheer*
..I. Tit.' oily is quiet, a i"iv hundred
ilud'enis gathered in tin* vlclnliy of the
palsee, bul did imt attempt tn make ■
di iii'*ii-iniliin.
The regular iiieeling nl iho districi
council mel in the municipal boll Friday evening, Reeve Mny presided uml
('a uncillnrs McXoughl Nye mnl Rob*
hm were present.
'lite iiiinui.*i ni iln' 18th aaf October
ami ilm bi .,i November were adopted,
A  "illllimillrnln.il  WHS iviuv.'.l from
.bilin Rnbcrlunn requesting tin* cm I
In consider the extending of iln* road
In bis property in block aS.su whore he
anticipates building shortly.' Referred
in the engineer to report al nexl meeting.
Mayor Bethune, of Vancouver, wrote
acknowledging receipt ol n letter fr	
lhe municipality dated the 2nd Novt tuber, wherein the uumicipnlit} ngrecd to
accept Ihe sum nrrungetl between
lieeie Mny uml himself on the condition of n general agreement regarding
the C'npilimo mini to be entered intu
belli.rn the Iwo corporations, Mayor
Hi t tm in- stilled he would lay the coin-
iiiinui'.iiinn before the wait rcommittee,
I In* letter was filed.
H,ai, Mu; reported nn inquiry Irmn
l'i ivy bin; in regard I" bi'nl;iii; nver
the Iiuiiii* mi Ibmskin- rnntl, Mr.
King linn In ink  heavy machinery through on iln* t I ninl us bn
present condition nl lhe flume prevent
i.l him lining so In nskcil llml Ibe
count il l""k inin tin* mailer,
It was referred to lhe eng'uii * i nml
Ci tin. liim' linvi.bnii In take up lhc
iiinliir mil hnvo u bridge built nl this
place,
A plan ol -iil..,hvisia.ii nl l>. H. (ill!,
Ill, II. s.11 ivns submitted  I pn sod,
I'l i snhdivis I block   iiti I
28 II I,. !MI wns snhmilted,   II Ived
tlmi iln pl.ni be accepted, but llml in
ibe I nml plans the surveyor show only
existing i Is.
Reporl ol ib, board nl works ivns
!■ ml .unl palmed,
iln* bylnw for tin indt iimificnlinn nl
th*   reeve and > not |lors   passed   its
liii.it reading,
\ bylaw i" authorize lhe distrirl i*
baurow bv wny of loan   iln*   siun   nl
.*(l',.n»i for iln' purp f f.i -.ii    ".
tlie ilistriii's proportion of lhe nnmicip-
nl debt, wns rend nnd |iassetl ils in i
and  ml reading.
Tenders lor lhe subdividing, blue
piinls, running Inia - nnd -ukm |   ul
nl -nhalni-i I' li. fi.   SIT.   Kill,   Kll
,n ri. nl Wl nnd SH in'i'- - "i I ■* im ri
received fr hi t.i .nt -un. yors
Miir considering the nllii ■ it wn*
re tilvi'il tn lay ti nver lor u Uny tin
i,'ith,r  consideration,     lit.-.•■    lii'1-
nre  ihe - e lliiil  will slinrll)  coin
In i, a. llu i in p..,. i . in n I'-.l.i ■ .ni
ih. M ing lhe conm 'I in  ■ li litem  "ii
la I'Ul I,
\n application (>' b. Sold In i it i
Innl nver m iu In t ti ng   for  lore*
-I. . . ,'ln ... block Htlfl, .. ign n
hiiiiighl up
li vn- "rt solved llinl un un vn Is
■it. ii thnl lhc council sn'    bjie
iii n i. p ling tin fi nt ii    i"
. I thnl Ihey I I   fm    imill Iriid
piiip.i-. -. bm ihni iln* strei i * mis I
l a. il ft i  Iln   munii apilii;
i    ni   '.i,  mull  n n "Imi ' thai Iln
dul.  nun*  lhe  cilj   run   ninl  Iln
Iinin | ,,i I null  .. king tin t   :
llpp ml n • .iini,'    i      It* i b
i.. ,i,t in iiiiijiim    i     nh   In il
i,„ th.* purpose "i Inking sleps fm iln
ti.-i.tlliii. ii ul n li  pitul i*n iln  i" rlli
null- ..I Durrani Inlei '
Coun. Nye un.l Mi'Nnii'.'lii wt n n un
it.iia.I l  ih.  dislriel,
rim   fnr tv."   'i I Illlild ll|
submitted. It ivns refi rretl In Iln t
i, l.nt   ,,|   Ilm  -iln."l  b.a.n.l  In Ink.'  up
il iiii   "f   securing   still   liirg.i
stbnnl bml.lm; plan
By law P<issed.
An i tei'ptlnnnlly small vote i	
l'i Hi ei,,, in iin. Municipality ol Nnrl
Vai iver wli, ti the byi iw lo ml
Ist ti un* il in s.ll ii portion of tl"
district's lands, wesl of the Knplli	
mi  the 1,'rtns  Imsl-   i-i.t-   voti'il nn    \
Ilm' (im.   volt   .a a    needed t	
in. liylaw imi n.i results show to foi
nml R ngainsl, bepig B nf n mnjorlt) foi
iin' bylaw. The following i- tin i . *
nf ■■i'h iiolllnir division:
l'"i. Ae:iln-l
N'.  II u
i.yiin Valley	
Attitude of the Banks.
A recent Toronto dispatch snys: Em*
llhatlCall.t     Ilia'    lia- I i      a.|    a.-...    of    in.
in..., "i Irani    tleny tin  report   from
lhe     \\ '     I      lllll     III"    ' !"!'"    '"llllllll     ll"
moved I nasi   tin   Iiunl    are unable
in iiilvune" Hi** usual and  m t a   ory
funds lo ih" ."i mi di nh i i,    i: rod
with Hn  'I'll I'l     io  for .a.-  their
stati mem a e ...■, nied were three
grain l!' '■'■'• ■ ■'' ■■'l a"'''1 vlowed.
D, K. t\ 11 Ki* pn hli ..i ol ih" lm
I'liiil Bnt k, win ai a It il for tils
views with ra i'inl i" llu n port from
ih,' W'.'i. " plied      I'l".ii mi  word.
1   tlllllk    il    IS   II."   I    ill.Ill   111. llal".       ||    ial
teporied from the Wi i man lhe
crops eniiimi I,,, moved, mil on n
count "i tin' . in.in a. of cars, Iai It
of el.'V.'iiiai accommodation ,,i scarcity nt Lake I.- * i cnpai Ily, but because ih" bank .a" nimble to advance lhe ii mil nul ne . ny funds
to ibe grain dealers. Tun Is ti mis-
■iiiii'iiniii. 't in' in.aii'in.*ni nf gmln
for spoculalors uml i pic who ure
irolllB    '■■' '   Uilli     I "i,a;     „||   ||..     n   .,.
I..i  Itae  i.ailiiiiaa lo tlo mill ih.* circulation of  innn*)     The  placing  of
grain  In elevators does      pul  one
dollar ninl" im.. "in illation.
There Is not .. (nm. i In lhe Xortli-
West,"  pi a.I  Mr,  WTIkle,  "lhat
I   linVC  It' ailal  Of,   t'.lin  llllll.'  In   lli;il'|,"l
j lii- grain who has nm buen abh   to
get cash for It."
Asked If iii'   i'.iil    ivi i" .nivalin Ing
ai i ou bills ttt lading, Mr. Wlllile
said:
IVe
i'K il all 111" iinie
Tin Western Corporation on getting
III   '  Isi.i   ipiuntily  "I   -ninl      \   -"."'
was   unloaded   ihi-   tveek   nn   tluir
wharf.
I'll" in.in  that   iiT'ita   ihn  artli le,   I
think,   has   l    iT.iilInu   A "..in
in .'.    ntnl    ..   n mixed up .vitli Can*
nli.in.''
c.  A.  II '""ii     I'lieral man
Uie    Dominion    I In nil    said:     "The
Ml"!       bill i   '   I       I a,  la
In nil", I.      'I'll,'   I'll, nil in    iul,I;      llllll
i.. ignl *    ih"   !"■"   i"    under  presenl    liii.'i.'.   ol   expeilltln     llu
l.n ii   IVi '* aaa  prniliieo
unl   iln i   nre tloln a  ev ryll
u.l,   ... nerumpllsli Ihni,    l have nm
heard "f
I   lo   Wi 	
ho . Haiti ■   . ..■,,-   11 dug
nil  iu   Ihelr power In ill a till a [p   iln
liolill    . II I ll     , .ai in!
iii'l not in.alia* nh     for in ii poi"
;         Tin a*    li.,      I    Sll    ■    I.   . lei
In   ei l   oil  llli   I"' I'l
,|i i huhl llu
Ihr ni""- mii mn ■      I;.; ai.   .ai    en
IS.      If   III"
i        a      dinl     I   i|    pn
 n posing ..i Ilu ii holilln ; I a. i
Ink Hi. hunk  .in- m ini. tl In
a     lo   uppnrl llii'in fui'iher,    t
,      '     a),,     a      ....       a      .   ,|   |,j    ip,    dlf.
iiii,       al,!       ... ,| , .1,1,1     |||,
lll'l      ■ l.l    I.,    aa.   I'kl :    ll„     i lai.l    n|
Ihi   IV   i   iii reu in thli ilm 'i I,, a.
bi' i plaint < .    lh.
,. a imp n.i"     [th n'i ird i ' iln
lm i, ol Ii i*   port .     In Ihi
'.'a *   a.  I,.,!   I  Ii in* no iliiilli
dolli          a   [hi ,.   i ,,   . ,
 '  "i I il,n.I, i:
lia,, Hi
.i ll* la        I'lllli    ni'i a'.,i
.     a
...  lia a      .        a
I'll   I .imu al   , i it" i iii   il "io   the
, Iiii iii-rlir.il    n ...    II
iln- Hi i    n nn     '      li
0      ' Itthi i        '■ ll-kin.it'll
a   ia> i ,: I    Ihl
■      I        ISllllU '.'      I     t"| ,
: . Ii       ||       mnil
1 ■  i"' '    h	
iioimal aiiinniiai    ,,r   n j   f"i   the
 ■ '  ni iln   in   llu
.  mil)  reslrlt i
have   been   pliiclnii   upon   ll
iiisIiii      'iia    ...       i    In   regard   ..
|ll a III 'I  "
I     W    Hnlnl   ■     i.'rniii'  ft  tlalrd
 n   ileal' < .    Ill al    l„
...       ....
L,  0,  T.  M
publii
;li In   lielil iu  tin
.-I ilu  I.  ii. I. U,
 p. i nn iul-1 -I iln order,
in  ol llu    I ii ■   nl   Iho
nler
\   pies  llll  | ' '•
pun a    \li iai lii   nn ■ rdinllj invited
|a,    ,l|ll  llll.
Tii ■ regular  Mon 11;   ui hi  meeting
I     llll     ' it)     '     ' I     .   1 III hi       III       |hC
cilj  ball In i . reiung    with    Mayor
I,- ui  pn .in, nnd ill ilm nhl. ninn
l i.
A   I'liii   wn ei I   ii hi   \    Philip,
'lul,   nl    ilm district    iiuiiii, i ai n
ill      Philip   anil"*.I    llinl    lll'llll il   ii n ma aa I)    adopt	
ii   n in .. I. ih,  . iij * nun .1  nul
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ill nl In con . 1.1 hi.I i porl hi lh>'
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iln* nly council
lit**- S. Nyi *i I. rnjvi ing ihni lm
i. ul . I. nn .1 Iln; ;i"iin.l uml excavated
for iimie i'.i■■ nn nts for two hou t   un
i, ii Uriel mil li" wished   I"   haul
hull III); mil. ml lo the propi rly, bul
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Western Pnrporatinn 'I'm sdny iilleriioon
with n lull rnigii "f   buy.   grain   and
llmir    enniigned   to, Brnckmiin Ki i
branch office hero,
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uev  * ib  tvlti'llier lliet wen' fur ibe
straight "i  I"1" Itetl m ule,
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liml been iu fnvui a.i .. straight grade,
bill .iii. ii. i i Imu inui* ii io, '1 mn il
li ,    illtiil.il  nn  lh" a|il*- lim  mil  ha' ttn*-
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II,.   I Inti fore   i", *   (.lunula al    a   ].'".'
mil , publii  i.a.....,: ..i iln* ratepayci
. in.* i,nn* before the elei tioa.
tltlermnn Irwin endoi'sed ihe mayoi -
vteit's,
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lob a i ii,,. i!t..p.i.,,i     He thought Iho
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, Kpcnditure .Hei ih"   vole,   sidoring
tile      |ala   a  j|     , |]   ..... I.ll.l.l-,      ll,,,l|,| |H*
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.•inn of tin* vied   ol iln- people.   It,' said
'In' recent di legn i nm     ided, but
' la.     ..la- of   111" [[liesfioll  hella     ll ,   ■   Bill
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Him that ■! I i uin. nni i.m   the
mini il It.       .   n -i tin mselvos,
Iltl  * *   Ihnei ■     ml  il,.' engineeiv
iini been im iiiit t*. reporl theji opinion
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ni'iicd iiiid tlosed willi prayir. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
North Y.tii" (ivi i, B, C,
A Weekly  Newspaper,   Published  bj
X ni' Exi ii ■■ Pi intino Comi-any
ription, $1.00
United States nnd Foreign, $1,00
Strietlv In Advanco
GRADES DECIDED
Whal at one time seemed to
be an almost unsoluhle problem
thai  ol  deciding   the   grades
on  the   streets   running   north
ward Irom the  waterfront,   par
ticularly that on Lonsdale avenm
-has been settled by last night's
meeting ol the city council altei
a lurthei verj length) disi ussion
Last   week    we    pointed    out
that   on   ihis    mosl   importanl
matter  surveyors  and  engineers
diflered widely as to which kind
ol  urades,    bench   or   straight,
were   the    best.   The    council
struck   a   happy   medium   and
will have terrace grades on the
highways,  from  the  street  ends
on the waterfront north to  First
street, after which straight  nm
dients will obtain, excepting   on
St.  George's   and  St.   Andrew's
where the benches will run between the Esplanade and   First
street.   The   council   must   be
congratulated  upon  at last  definitely deciding on   permanent
lines.   See   council    report    in
next column.
Alderman Jordan should rei rive
the full support ol the council
at the next meeting in voting
lor his resolution to exempt Irom
la.utiou the two celebrated dogs
ol R. II Bryce one a life
saver and the other a notable
prize winner. North Vancouver
has been advertised lar and
near by the B, & B. kennels,
which deserve recognition by the
(in. ■ i.,
Selections from the Poets
A Metaphysical Song (from lhe German)
tlir.- "irii Vmct Noah ut lletltei
Since father Noah lir.it tapped the tine
And warmed In- joll) old n
All men to drinking al" much incline,
lint why, ti** drinker yel ki   *
IVe drink nnd we never think I uti'
And yet ill our drinking
Iin* root cil det p thinl in -
Idea ver* profound,
At, I will exit aiinil,
Tu all ulna will drink nilli ine unit '
I lake thil  i.i    y band aud stand
Upon ■.. I"k* ,11 lain,
A look and smile benign and bland,
An.I feel it.ai I aui a man.
Nuw Stretch all tlie -It* ngth "I
your brains
I drink - aud tin* object
I- lost III llu   |||b ' *!
Making aim* entity
In the idelititj
in mound the tune in my  i
And nov ii I lum il ton, I rnsei nr Mill
Hi- point' nu bui tii explain,
Von may learn irmn tliein, uilli method
and -kill,
To plumb the ahysi "1 your brain.
But iln-, pimple luili I nt,nt,
The I ol true thinking
I I t'pdrinklng
BVOl'l
*   nl  I  .'.' ■ '.Ml.
i   i a .      .      my now
From tho '■• lei ti 'I   .
Stuart   Ulackio,   prol r  ul  Greek,
I'iiim**- ti ul I ■ ;.'. irgh,and publiilied
by John Maci|Uoen, London, ling,
I.-. Iiishop t -        '
father Noah " warm
nose ' '.'Hi ll i     1261 v.*-.   ,*
Coal
Un Monday last tin Western
Corporation, limited, ret i ivi '1 b
shipment ol Wellington lump coal
(rom Mi 11, Mo don ild, Marp .
& Company, which was placed on
the wharl here, 'IM'. coal is
double sen ' in il an I ol Ai quality,
and can bc purchased Irom iln
consignees, at a cht api r rate than
that supplied fruin V ouver, lol
cash only on delivery.
Lost.—A pocket book,  containing (go,    Return to this ollice.
There was a lull board at last
night's meeting ol the city council.
Messrs, Russell & Russell, solicitors, wrote on beli.ill "I their client
David Cooke, owner ol district lot
857, The property adjoins district
lut iCjo, which was granted by
the government loi cemetery purposes. Exception was taken to
ii,,' location nl the proposed burial
ground as it would decrease the
value nl adjoining property,
Filed,
Taylor, Bradburn & Innes,soJii i
tors, tvrott ri the request lor a
sidewalk in .1 block were there was
onl) one resident. Under section
33, nl the local improvement bylaw, the ennui il had the power to
tain lhe initiative,   Filed,
Aldi iiii.in Irwin stated he had
looked over that portion ol Lonsdale avenue between Twenty -lirst
and Twenty-third stints, which
was referred to him (or inspection,
He recommended that the day
work gang be instructed to do the
work.   Agreed to.
Alderman I ink moved that the
bell in No. 1 fireball be installed
in the new hall when a caretaker
was engaged, and a telephone put
in the building,   Carried.
Alderman Jordan nave notice of
motion that he would move at the
next meeting that the two famous
dogs (d R. II. Bryce be exempt
Irom taxation lor lile, These two
dumb beasts were a credit to any
city or country. One of them,
Coleen, an Irish water spaniel,
was a lile saver. Inning taken
safely to shore her master Irom
the wret ki '1 steamer Chehalis last
\ear. ITie other notable canine
was Queenic, one ol the gn a test
prize-winning pointers in the
world, having won more prizes
1I1.ni sny t'tlii r dog ol its class,
both in the field tiials and on the
bent Ii. A dog's lile is a short one
at li st, and in this 1 ase the public
would be but only 1 ^pressing its
ippn -1 uiiaii (-a the advi it; n ment
givt 11 Na .nli Vani miter.
.Mali imaii I in k brought up the
mail' 1 ill stringing telephone wires
mi tin 1 il\ pole! in Lynn Valley.
The pi oplc tin re rn ediil telephone
' 0 .inn,iiimi
Alter some discussion, Alderman
hum moved, and Alderman I iii I,
seconded, and motion was carried,
in the 1 Hit 1 thai permission bc
granted, subjci t at anj nnu to the
council 1 am ellmg the privili g< ol
ibe us' ol the poh s
Alderman Dick brought up the
in.iin r ol wharl levels, which, he
said, should be attendi d to at once.
Laid over.
I In- question ol the Lonsdale
avenue grade wai again brought
up by Alderman Crickmay, ami
alter a lengthy discussion, he
moved, seconded by Alderman
Jordan,
1, Resolved Thai a terrace
I 1.nle la. adopb al :
in) From the waterfront to
north stab ul First stri 11, on
Mahon, Chesterfield, Lonsdale ami
Si I', ilm It's avi inns . and,
. Fri ni ilu' Esplanade to north
It 'I First streei, on St. George's
and si Andrew's nvenuo-*,
,'. I hat a straight grade be
,1 lopti '1
i-i| Fi the north side ol First
ii"i tn north side ol Keiih road,
on Mahon ami St. David's avenues.
(/) From the north side ol First
street to north side ol  Eighth
slreet, on Chesterfield, Lonsdale,
Sl,   George   and   St.    Andrew's
avenues,
(,) From tin mnili i'l' ol First
irt ■ t to  north   tide  ol   Fourth
street on Si. Patrick's avenue.
Alderman Irwin moved an
amendment, seconded by Alder
man Smith,
That the qui slion be '.tibuiitted
to a von   ol   the  ratepayer!  as
previouslv di 1 idi d upon.
Lost on a vole ol four to Iwo.
lh ginal motion was then
put and 1 arrit d, after which the
council adjourned at 11:30 p, m,
Ballad on Gipilano
11 Hti'i'i'i Capilano, Capilano lor mo.
With snow nn the mountains,
And the Iniils un the trees
In the month ol November ivhen whiter
is nigh,
Nu bright Irish hid sn happy as I.
11 sweet Capilano, Capilano Ior mo,
Ranges of mountains In sublimity stand.
Sure the lineal lor beauty there's in
the land,
The lish nealli the dam
Making headways last as they can,
Right from Um sea.
At the mountain resort, 'lis glorious i"
see
The I't'i'siis limy hum 'round the green
tree,
11 sweet Capilano, Capilano lur mo.
The unatd on  llrutvii  mountain   su
happy and Iree.
When tleer in the valleys are Jumping
with glee,
ll sweet Capilano abovo tho deep sea.
The birds ill the air Ily lofty and hich
Over sweet Capilano, su near the blue
sky.
0 sweet Capilano, Capilano lur mo,
The brldgs nud the canyons,
The tourists all say, tbe tlnest
Thoy have seen for many a day.
When lhe moon shines bright
And the mountains aro clear.
Then my thoughts often wander to you,
iMiivimrci'ii, dear.
—Cai'iuno 1'at.
Capilano, November, IW.
W, II. Stoney is opening up his
store mi Lonsdale nvenue Unlay, wilh 11
I'llll line nf wall paper ami rondy-liiixi'il
puinls.   Mr, Sliaiey's shipment nl mill
paper arrived tr  Turnnlii Thursday
mill he nml his employees nre working
overtime gelling Ihe Block in order,
Mi-. I'. W. 1*..wlii- ni"!' 'I'liii- ulli
■anvil iiiiiI Milium avenue, will r Ive
I'liilaiy, November '2'2 ami on tin* lldril
I'ti'l.iy ail oneli iiuiiith nfler,
•laiini's C, mu inui family havo nrrlv*
■at [rami Suiiantlsli tor tho winter. Thoy
bavo token up llieir rcaltleiiec In Mounl
I'laltSlllll.
Tell the truth, or sonic one will
tell it lor you.
No man was ever strong enough
to conquer his own prejudices,
Till! lixi'RESS, Si  a year.
ELDER,  MURRAY  CO.
Vancouver Address:
I'l Cordova si.
I'lmni' luii
WEEKLY LIST
Week liulitiii Nov. lilletl.
Norlli Vancouver!
.lum linn Ulna i>
'Phone 37
NOI!III > ••MUl 111!
Price I'usli Description
(1,'Kiit     1    •■.Mil     1 Two houses First slrcot (llnl block); rents, t|0,
llilt'l        I        I'alKI        I Five 11,11111   llOUSOOll  Ulla'Sli*! lirl'l   HVellllO I   11   |ilirlll*lllllfly
I |       K„i,,i bny,
s.'iii     I      Ml     : Sinitll cuiintjo en Tlilrtconllntreoti lirst block Iron I.01II
I        iliile uvutniit,
775     |      858     | I''lllli8lrcet|iinuollliobestspecul»tlonsiiiclose>liipreport;
.'.un iiiii    j iitirtei'iiih st., u Iniil ui nm t, niui'k va. A vory good buy
I       in n nice pnr'l ot tlio clly,
it ' 285 A Bonulttt) hiih|i nu liinsilttle nvenuo, (KtxlSit, belivocn Nye
I llllal SI ,lmnos street.
ii«i      |        wi     | Anil p autumn for good Riirtlou lets.
3'JIM)     | i Klvu ncres, Lynn valley; house, mil houses, twu ftcrci
fenced, niltl in Iruit ninl vegetables! iit-1 ilitss ittilrt.
I        Price lu,■luili*- tnriiitiui*. chickens, etc.
1085 till       I f 'imd nni- lliil',1 ni'ii", nn   Keilh until;  s]ali*u. Iiti view ll
I       iln' bay! ['lum in mil tinU'i-; three yum to pay liiiliitico
LONSDALI   [STATE, D. I   263
1,01'd   I'll'lM   V.'llll;   CASH,   $07
LIST YOUR
PROPERTY
with i.s i'ini
Church Notice
METHODIST  CHURCH, N.  W. CORNER
FOURTH ST. AND ST. GEORGE'S AV
Class meeting 10 a. m.
Morning service at n a. ni,
Evening service at 7:30 p. m.
Rev, B. II. Balderston, B, A.,
pastor.
NORTH  VANCOUVER CATHOI.tl
INDIAN MISSION,
Sumlay   Services — Mass   at 8
a. in., Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.,
lenediction at j p, tn.
I'astor: Rev, E, I'eytavin, O.
M. I. V. S.
si john'sthe evangelist, seventh
ANIi THIRTEENTH STREEtS.
Holy Communion, S a. m.
Morning prayer, 11 a. 111.
Evening prayer, 7.30 p, m.
(In the lirst Sunday in the month
there will he a second celebration
ol the Holy Communion at 11 a.m.
Rector 1 Kev. Ilunli Hooper.
ST, ANDREW'S PRESIIVTERIAN CHURCH
SIXTH STREET.
'-en ices will be conducted as
usual on Sunday by the pastor.
Sunday school, 2:30 p. in.
Service mt Moodyville school al
7:30 p. 111.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday
8 o'clock.
All lire welt tune.
I'astor: Rev, |, D Gillam, M.A.
HAITI   I 1 III Rl 11, ui 1-.1.1  IIAl.i.,
l.nV DALE  .ui M I .
Sunday school al 1 p, tn,
Service at 3 p m
Conducted by Kev David Long.
All ure weh ni'ii
QUICK SALE
A. SMITH & CO.
JUNCTION   BLOCK
NORTH VANCOUVLR.
SMOKE .—t--^
TERMINUS CIGAR
CLEAR HAVANA FILLED
$4 MEN'S $4 SHOES   $4
Wm
We claim to carry the Ins
ol lliis popular priced Shoe in
the city,
Box Call Lined. Double
Sole, Goodyear Welted
A IHiNY DAY BOOT
Vevttr Calf, Cum Metal Call, or
Fine Dongola, single or double
slip soles. All Goodyear Wells
Neat Dressy Hoots.
ALL AT $4.00
PYKE'S SHOE STORE
J. \V. MA LM AI i\
Civil.   ICNOINIClfH
ANIi   AUCIIITECT
Plane, (juanliliea. Levels
Superintendence n| Construction
I'lii'ii'iii S'l'iimci, ■'niiMii Lonsdale Ave
NORTH  VANCOUVKII,
W. NICHOLSON LAILEY
Mil III IN l
Temporary Oflice   !■'. Cuilney'a
I 'iti nl simp, Ijuplanndc.
North Vani oi vi it, 11. ('.
Sid HASTINGS STREET W.
INSURANCE,
TENDERS
'PKNIllCRS WANTED FOR SLASH*
INii in I), L.66.H, Nnrth Vancouver,
Specifications ami particulars from
ROBERT WARD SCO.,
Cur. Hastings and limner Sts.,
Viiiii'niircr, IS, ('
Aerie of Eagles
Mr. C A. Mee, ol Vancouver,
Deputy Grand President ol the
Fraternal Order ol Eagles, is in
iln i ily hu ilm purpose ol instilul
inn an .uie ol thai order here.
I lie Eagle is one ol the largest
fraternal orders in the world to-
dny, and ihey have alresdy secured
,i large membership roll ol charter
members, comprising some ol lhc
bei t im n in tin city. The lirst
meeting lor tho initiation ol
members will be held on Saturday
night at 7:30 in the Masonic ball,
News block, -Medicine Hat Xeioi.
PATRONIZE
the
BOARD OF TRADE
BARBER SHOP
Lonsdale Avenue,
'near corner of First street
BATHS
The lleiiil oiliee nl tlio PACIFIC COAST KIRK INSURANCE COM-
PANY is in Vancouver. Thu LOCAL AOENCV is at thc corner ol LoiiBdalo
nvenuo ami Second Btroet.
Yunr property may nol be burned down I rrow, hut then again il may,
Ynu will sleep Bounder o'nlghta II you are protected,  Just drop yoursoll nr a card
in mv olllco and ho Itappv. '
'  \u KMI'I.KVKU'-I.lAllll.ITY I'ill.ICY lleitn.ves the Insl eleinelil "1 tin*
certainty as to whnl it coals to run your huslnefls.
I nui id your Bcrvlce Inr nny kind ni insiiriiiice,
Real Estate—A IVw Good Ilnys.
l.ul 7, block 2(1, ll. I.. 27.1, flBO; $31)0cash, ? 150 Jan. and $160 July, 1008 '
l.ul ami nne hull mi lirsl street, just west ol Lonsdale avenuo. with improvements, worth $10,000; price fll.OOO,
Suven and ona-quarter acres fronting on Capilano Creek, nenr the Keilh |
Road,   It takes$375 an aero to buy thi-.   Would makon grout little siiletlivisioii.
A. J. Picton-Warlow
Insurance and Realty Broker
CORNER  OF LONSDALE AVENUE AND SECOND STREET
North Vancouver
LOTS
f O \ 2 40
$300
Close to saw mill and plank rond ;
len minutes (rom car; only $100.
Also n lew i i acres (or $200;
terms, io% down, Sio per month.
House io let, (i rooms, all conveniences : splendid view. Also
one for sale: Sr>00 cash and lio
per month.
CIGARS and TOBACCOS
niRT CAMPBELL
Prop.
[wo perfectly cloarcd lots on lonsdale Avenue
$900 each
WESTERN  CORPORATION    LTD.
NORTH VANCOUVER FM\ & POWER CO,, LTD,
Time Table, iy.>7
The Kninhts of Pylhina bold Ihelr
regular met ling last ivcok nl which
cloven in'.', candidates wore put
ihmiigli tin inst rnnk, The meeting
*..i well attended anil wns successful
in everj particular. The membership
including applications hm. ronchod the
uli) nun']; now, The initiation paraphernalia ol iln North Vancouvor
lodge wttt lined, The next meeting
.nil he held in the room recently
vacated by the Athletic club.
Goto
STEACY'S
Mil
Cheapest
Grocer
in Town
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»Not on
Sunday,
We Do
Job
Printing
If you arc going to BUILD
or do any ALTERATIONS
consult ns and IVO (till
SHI' Villi  MONKYa
Plans, Etc.)   prepared   lor  any
style house,  tslinitites furnished
BUILDERS
Gth St., West THE EXPRESS, NOHTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
iH
Tin: Young Bachelors' dance,
held in thu pavilion last Friday
evening ivas a great success, despite the fact that thu inclemency
of the weather prevented many
Irom attending, Harpur's full
orchestra supplied the music, and
Mrs. Larson atltndoil to the festivities. Tho Young Bachelors
intend giving another ball in the
spring.
Some men need a big liuinilation
about so oltcn to keep them reasonably modest.
Men like to pluck n surlier, bill
liuw they despise him !
Mr. Hurry Burns, of May &
Burns, returned home Wednesday,
alter an extended trip through
Canada and the United Statesr
Mr. and Mrs. 1). li. Bunyan, ol
Calgary, is registered at the Palace
hotel.
Geo. McAllister and J. 11.
Pottsworth, of Port Moody, were
gltests at the Palace hotel this
week. They were agreeably surprised at the progress of the
Ambitious City, and are contemplating locating here.
Messrs. Irwin & Billings Company, limited, have had issued, a
very neat ami comprehensive map
and circular of North Vancouver.
Thc map is a bird's-eye view,
showing the public buildings and
business blocks, while the letterpress describes the rare opportunities (or investment in the
Ambitious Cit)', Copies are being
liberally distributed, ami besides
being an excellent advertisement
lor the firm, is also a good booster
lor the town.
Mr. T. S. Nye lino began excavations lor basements for two
resiliences, which be proposes
building on Queen street
Mr. I). Cameron, municipal
engineer, examined lhc road (or
his ruport on Lonsdale extension
north, which will be extended
three-quarters ol a mile, He
lound an easy grade Inr a mile and
a half pasl the city limits, giving a
splendid grade lor a car line lo
the mountain,
James Smith, of Camp " L,'
Rock Bay, has been visiting
Iriends here for the past few days,
A. (i. Mattingley, who has been
on an extended tour in India, is
registered ot the Palace hotel.
Every man believes, way down
deep, that he is mighty attractive
to tlie women.
A concert will be given iii Larson's hall on Tuesday evening,
NovcmbeP 26th, at Hit 5 o'clock.
An excellent program is promised.
Hear Brian Cassidy, the young
violinist. Tickets 50c, on sale at
tin: hotel and drugstore. Children
It ill price.
"What is home without a
mother ?" Ask the newly married
couple anil they will tell yon it is
simply delightful.
An advance issue of the No vein*
her Seare/i/iglll has reached our
editorial desk, and is, il anything,
better than belore. This publication contains many valuables in the
various departments ol modern
business, and there am lew
business men indeed who cannot
profit by the perusal ol its pages.
In addition to the practical articles
on business, there are several
items ol interest purely from a
literary and social standpoint, lt
should bc a matter of pride to
Canadians to know that a magazine ol this class is being published
in Canada, an.l that it is now no
longer necessary to depend upon
Americans lor a magazine of
business.
Miss Annie Burg, ol the dining
room at Hotel North Vancouver,
has left lo reside permanently at
Portland. While there she made
hosts ol Irionds.
Nelson Johnson, ol Winnipeg,
is registered at the Palace hotel.
He will leave for Sail Francisco
ami way points today.
S. F, Williams, of Kenora, B,
C., is a guest at llie Palace hotel.
Miss Olga Larson and Miss
Muriel Fugler, of this city, were
winners in the World's prize contest, which closed last Saturday,
Miss Larson polled 710,000 voles
and won a llciiitzman piano.
Miss Fugler, with *m,ooo ballots,
won a scholarship.
Mrs. J. W, West aud daughter,
ol Seattle, ure visiting Iriends
here. Tbey will return to the
Queen City next Tuesday.
0, Guile, mining engineer, and
Alex. Rogers, a well-known mining
man, who are interested in claims
in the Queen Charlotte Islands,
are stopping at the hotel North
Vancouver. They will return
within a fortnight.
T, B. Warren, of Victoria, is
registered at  Hotel  Norlh   Vnncouver.
0. M. Teall, of Port Essington,
paid the town a 'Hying visit on
Tuesday,
R, R. Miinlon, n( Nelson, is a
guest at the Hotel North Vancouver,
Mrs. E. L. Cripps has returned
from a visit to the Fast,
There arrived in this city on
Wednesday II. M. McCormick, 0:
Chicago, who is interested in
copper propositions, lie lelt for
the east yesterday, and will return
early in March,
Crabs are selling at 6 ic. per
dozen, and a lew local fishermen
are busy these days catching them.
On Wednesday one of the catchers
landed 280. Sonic years ago there
was a crab canning factory here
lhat did a fair business, but dissolved on account of scarcity of
the shell fish. Tbey now, however, seem to be plentiful.
G Boost our business houses.
Eggs sliould keep quite well lor
two or three months In a cool dry
cellar. Tbey would deteriorate
somewhat in time, but would
probably be stale, not decomposed. Eggs in cold storage are kept
in a cold dry air. Dampness in the
storage rooms will affect the pasteboard filling in the cases ami impart
a disagreeable odor and taste of
wet brown cardbord to the eggs.
So lar as 1 have seen reporls of
tests with water glass, says a
writer in Farm Poultry, the eggs
have been put in stone jars and
the jars covered.
Some women are like a good
horse ; it is an insult to tie them.
A. R. Steacy is nothing il not
original, lie advertised ibis
week : " Fresh British eggs."
We scorn the foreign yoke."
It has been staled that the local
Knights ol Pythias will shortly put
on the boards at Larson's pavilion
the historic melodrama " Damon
and Pythias." The local lodge is
growing by leaps ami bounds.
A well-known ami respected
bnly ol the district is spoiling ibe
mark ol Cain on lier brow, as the
lesult of being in a hurry to get
out of her house and forgetting to
open the limit door before doing
so.
The advance agent lot the
weather registered at Pete bur
son's   yesterday,    lie    wore    a
lemon duster with tur trimming,
If you are miserable, you are
exactly what your friends want you
to be.
Subscribe lor The EXPRESS.
I). S. C. Kemp, of the L. 0. T
M., will organize a branch ol that
order in North Vancouver on
Wednesday evening, November
27th, in the K. P. ball, over Hums'
meat market. The organization
will bc preceded by a public meeting at H p. 111. A cordial'invitation
it extended to the public. A good
irogrammc has been provided.
Irwin & Billings will shortly
put district lot 544, to be known ns
Harbor View Tract, on the market. This is one of the most
beautiful residential sites in the
city. Lots will sell from $175 lo
$300,
Lost—An English setter bitch
(Zyt), white lemon ears; reward
for information leading to recovery; anyone (0111 .i harboring
same will be prosecuted. E. K,
llaswell, Third street.
For Sale.—Two suites of bedroom furniture, dining and kib ken
tables, cook slow, beater, baby
carriage, chairs, carpets, etc. Enquire Alexander it Townsley.
Ii mis uiilt im H11I0 ittlisfitetion that
citizens learned llinl lhc football tenm
liml scored 11 victory utter mnny tries,
Unsuccessful though Ihey may have
I" ni, yel with the knowledge that
ihey hmi honestly uml faithfully
fnuglit, hm fortune seemed not to
smile 1111 the sunny shuns of the north
sn!' ni the inlei.   Willi n   g 1   slnrt
fnr Iho B. C, cup, Iho members ot the
Iinin Bhould stick together und mil no-
gleet llieir duly mt lite line-up which
 ans, it they in, il Id story ot defeat,
A party ul sportsmen consisting of
\V. II. Bralinm, V liinersnn and Roy
Stoney, returned from Powell lake
Imt i'uesiluy nfter 11 successful two
nicks' Iiunl. Tin* party cnuipctl in
tin nhl prospector's cabin nenr the In ka*
during their stay. The buys sny the
inline is very plentiful, Six deer nnd
mie gnat composed the line which ihey
I ight home with Ihem,
Those in Nurtli Vnncouver who nn
interested in  nntnin climbing should
nttentl nt the Tourist nssocintiou rooms,
Vnncouver, this evening, where 11
joint cluh will be organised,
At n former meeting held nboul two
ui'i'ks ngo, officers nnd n conimitteo
were appointed nnd tonight tho business will consist of frnining tho •>n-
siiiuiiaiii iiiiiI bylaws.
World's Metropolis.
NORTH   VANCOUVER
2?3
Iionilon, November 1—London In tlgara-S
;*. pile us Impairing na tlio metropolis itself.
Tlic vital MaMitlcK given In tlm thlrtuenth
minimi volume (1000 7) luuod l>y tlio Con-
Am County Council donl with every deptrt'
ment of the life uf tho people.
Tn liogin with, ii is estimated thai the
population uf Greater London (which Includes tho administrative county, Middlesex,
parts of Surrey, Kont, Rssex and Hertford)
is 7,217,030; tho estimated total of thn
iidmlnlstratlvo county (I, p., Iho city nml
the metropolitan boroughs) is l,7.'»8,2I7.
Tlic annual expenditures of the various
I milieu i. given for lOOSM, Iho latest year,
Tlic i"tnl reaches tlio enormous sum ■>t
(■105,908,040, nf which the London County
Council expended $30,571,250, while tho
metropolitan police acrounl is ■*r.,.:u.i>**".,
Oreater London comprises 118,410 screa*.
with 928,02*1 (1001 figures) Inhabited
houses, in mliliiiiiii in which 20,132 sro Occupied only by the dny nud 31,227 aro em'
ply.
The vital alatintlcs ifanw thnl 31 031 mar
riages k place between bachelor! and spinsters, lhe most popular ago for n innn bo*
ing 25, 12,058 marrying theni Prom 31 to
25, 12,731 marriages look place, and from
25 lo 30 there was a drop to 4,730
Only two marrlngea of girls ol 15 are recorded ono tn a man of 25 nnd Iho other
to a bachelor of ;io. Thirteen m1 »ri
brides al 10, while nt 21 there were 15,8-18,
dropping i" 880 nl 35 yenra old, nud to nine
nnd five ul 55 nml iW, Nine men risked
matrimony with spinsters nl 05, nnd Ihreo
between 70 nnd 75.
The number of bnchelors man I Id
■iA-. wai  l.ITT, tlic m;iV' between 25 nnd
•tn helng id.'  ^ popular, while wlduv   of
'in mil 35 were in .n nli i di in.'nd Two
thousand i ml uini ly nine wldowei Ihi
nfnjority nf them helng holwocn ■'■ • md  15
w'jir.   uio   mnrrled   spinster      Tl nr
t>ti t.i' «Idows nud wiili.'.-.. i iiumlx rod
I. I.M,
si\ men of 80 found lielpmci i , nml nine
Women of 70 nutl .' ire Included In the
iniul nf 30 058 mnrrl
Theae rigures sll relnli id 1005, the Insl
dn fni which complete returns nre nvnll
nble, nml tin' /uiiili'i' of Iiniii Is given as
12(1 i id (13,410 girl* find iii.l !'■ l-i-ys
Htepney heads Iho Hat wlthTrfTR tt!
belli roines nexl (8,818), nnd l llngton
iiunl, willi B,0(M, in \t^ HI] tliti,' Mnv
■■uii  I0'J births,
'He t.it;.| nf .leu.   was 7^     I
were 510 eases ..f i uii hlo in i. I luring
tin' twelve months, mnl lift., three of homl
.■idi.
Borne of iln' linn.' striking Hems In tin'
remaining 534 pages nf Information abonl
t-ondon'n life nro summarised In tin' follow*
Ing tabic:
I'aiipors Mi, Jnnuary, 1000) 148,020
'Inemployed   (applications   received) DD,7afl
Unemployed       (applications      entertained)          '::i 838
I-miotics 'JT/m
Pnclorlos, workshops, etc 40,100
Factories, persons Pmployed 502,530
Total nf premises licences fm1 pub'
lie entertainment.. :il8
Public houses 10,100
I'oli* c   lolal nfflci rs mil i oi stables
(metropolitan nnd city .. ,. 10,700
Pi Inl ■ rimlnal    prisoners   In   1006
males)         13,700
Total   criminal   prlsi rs   In   1005
(females)  50,538
Number nf schools       '".7
Length i.f streets (mllei i . . 2,120
Itnllwnj   lines   (miles] BBfl
Tramways  (miles) . a 19
Horse muni im set  3,004
Motor omnibu si     788
Thc ratable value of London is given as
$207,023,145,
STILL   THE   BEST   BUY
We have some lots left In ihis Original
Subdivision.  Call and see us, and
buy before they arc all gone.
The Electric Tram runs
right through this property
It is bound to  be  an  important addition
tn the near future
Easy Term*
Km' Prices and Mops, apply
440   SEYMOUR    STREET
R. KICKW IIUt'l.l.A'l IC. MANAI1KU
Hah. IU- Williscroft
PIANO TEACHER
Spoclnl itiii'iiiiiin given I" lingering
nnd tone production,
Studio: S nil cottago, Sgutli Sov*
citU't'iitli, Lonsdalo Rut.
Stoves!
Any Kind You
..Want..
UNDER VANCOUVI It I'RICI S
AT
Fraser's
Lonsdale Avenue
Between l''it.>i and Second
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
ViiTICI', is IIEUKBY GIVEN, Ml;
•*•' tliu Information "I Intending
settlors »inl others, tlmt (election lui*-'
been made oltlio 3,600,000 acres "I land
situated in tlio Pence Itiver Valley.
Provinco of Hrltlah Columbia, granted
tn tlm Dominion Government under iln*
provlilonaol Section 7, ol "An Act relating i" llf laland Railway, tlm Graving Dock and Hallway Lands nf the
Province," and nucli land It nol open to
entrj iindor the Land Lawi nl the
Province.
Tin* iil'ii-l. lelcctcd li tli -a ribed as fnl*
Iowa: Commencing al tt point :i.i'.,
mllei -*,iiili nl the Peace llivor, on the
I'JOth Meridian, belug tl"' tiaatorn
boundary 'it tin* Province, llienco IVi -I
7*'i mill's and SH.fti chains, thenco n. ,rt I.
7! mill'.- I 38 "i ' li tin . thenco Kail
;."iitiili'aa;iiial SH.IH chaini, llienco Sontlt
lu Hi* |'"ini "f coniinuncemcul, lollowing the lllllll Meridian, ami containing
,i|,|,r,,\iin;ii"i.\ :i,fioo,ii( roa.
Nulla- i   ll",, Given that, uilh a vlott
tu lh dilating '''ill -itt in Hn' Vnlloya
of the Peace, Parsnip anil I'ini, Rivera,
tlmfnllnwing Irell ol laml forty mil-- in
width, and extending 20 mill's uu each*
-iali* ut ilu* Poacc, Parsnip and  Park
. Itiver*  lui   been reserved (nr actual
ttt'tllcrs. In l'i' ar.|iiiri'.| In   |*t i'liiitt
| mil) timli t iii- Und Act,such Iniul tint
!  Il'illl*   "|aa*ll    foi     -111**,    I'M-.',    lil ' la I
1 ether alienation under thu mild Ai i except In |*r*"' inptlun.
I   Uommcucingnl Iha Interact lli n ol the
| 'A.shin i I.in a.i iin* bio l. "i land
I 'it,,, led by iln' Dominion Government
with lhe Pence River, Ihonce following
I ilm Ponce Hivor and Parsnip lii-'-r i"
i tholr continence with tin' I '.ta - k Itlvi r,
i nud Hi billowing tha I'.n-lt llivor l"
the |»>ini wherosaid Pack llivor leaves
\l, I.." I I ike, .iii'l extending Inr a till*
•. na. . * ' milt on • an ii tide "I -ii'l
1 apprnxlmntely 170 miles in
length,
All landsoiilaidotlicboundarios "I lhe
Dominion Government Grant and tin*
t, lorvt above descritied are "i"*n Inr
iocallon under Hi" Inns ul Iho Provinco,
IV, J. DOWKKR-
Acting < 'li. i Cuininlitlonei
i'l I.ninl- mnl U'nrks.
Undi ainl Works Department,
Vi.lnriit, Seplcnilier I3tll, 1007,
Auctioneers
Accountants,    Auditors   General
Commission  Brokers
Real I stale Agents
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'raoHi win
Itnllwiys, HridiM, tVtttr Poworii KillmatMi
Sii|H>rinii>iiiii'iiri> ol Construction, Nipt- Town*
-1U». Mining CUIrai.Sub Dlrlilftnt,t(o.
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1'iii'ni. t n.. at 'iai* a A Co. r«s ive
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Havo on hand a largo lupuly ol Cement
illocks, mado (mm fresh witter -and.
Samplei may bo loon at the new
I'l'ineiii rosldi'i ii Second utroel last,
Si/.,'nl  bloCkl8Xlfli
lull particulars ian lm had  Innn tlm
Woitorn Corporation olHco, nr write i"
CAPILANO 0EMENT BLOCK I 0.
Xortli Vancouvor, ll. ('
Rolled Oats
Flour
11-tiij and Feed
Seed*
ALL ORDER*
DELIVERED
ihe Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
I united.
Harry Mitchell, local manager,
Lolltdalc Avenue.
Fine, healthy Tomato and
Cauliflower Plants, grown Irom
Sutton's Seeds, always on hand. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, R. C.
FINE HIGH LOTS IN BLOCK 29
l'.l'.'IW Kl N ioI'H \M> i, 111 SIS. MAHON AVE,
ii, i,mill cnsh, balance 11, 12 and Itt months.
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S.GINTZBURGER
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K>l Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
imx
One of Canada's Strongest Financial Institutions
lotiil Issels over S5().000,l)00
Sd(ini)s -accounts ; ii ial attention   A deposit ol Si
tu upwards  itnrts ,t Savings Account, on which the
ii* ni rate ol Interest is paid or added to the
■   ', :■■" months,   Deposits mny be with-
a   I   ti    a    witllOUt  Ilt'tli e.
Joint Accounts nia) be opened in lhe name ol two persons,
,i that either ma   deposit oi withdraw funds, making
a very convenient lorm oi ai count.
Ittinhinq In  Mail.   Peoplt   living  nt a  distance may  send
in deposits or withdraw  ca I   hj   mail,   Write   lor
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Office: tor. lonsdale Ave. and Esplanade, North Vancouver, B. C.
II.  It.  IIiiiiii.  Mnn,i' ' r,
Following
lhe    annua
Ladies of the Maccabees ol the
World to the Canadian Council ol
Walllltll  :
The Ladies of the Maccabes of
lhe World is an association known
ns u fraternal benefit association,
I'or fifteen years the chief topic ol
discussion among fraternal beni-
flciary associations has been as to
how the fraternal benefit system
mn be perpetuated and placed
upon ;t sound basis, and how to
provide so that each member will
bear their burden by proper contributions to a common (und, thus
enabling the association lo meet
their death losses.
As an organized body ol women,
covering such a wide area ol territory, our work is invaluable, (rom
a social and economic standpoint,
The economic feature ol our
order is readily seen in our protection, illustrating the economic
value ot life. Our hives are working nlong the line ol municipal reform, and taking up many of the
leadiug questions of the day.
At the many state conventions
which 1 attended during the past
year, I was surprised to see the
concerted ideas embodied in the
resolutions on the Peace question,
also regarding Child Labor, Juvenile Courts, Women in the Industrial Field, and tin* Ballot for
Women.
J lends us Iii hope that il mav
materially aid us in transforming
the industrial, commercial and
educational and spiritual lilt* ol
the people, until with Tennyson
we may sny:
" Him: iii ilm vidian! innn and true
The larger heart, tho kinder Initial,
Hint.' mil tin1 darkness nl Iho luml,
King iu tin* Christ that Is lo bo,"
Respectfully submilti d,
(Mia, ) L.  M, II,it.It,im.
Supreme Commander,
British Indian  Subjects  and
British Columbia
PALACE HOTEL
III SI HRNIStllll lit) Iti   ON   llll  COA&l
AN II' l'u HATI
TOURIST ItKSORT
I I.lll'
ii *1,60 PER
HAV AND UP
S|in'i;il Hull's In Families ami [tegular Boarders
Hull-hour It rrj
waler in even i
allot) In
lletiin
id hum V.ini'oiivi'i'.
all holla in evert ro
llnl nml cold
[Followiuj! appeared in   tin*  London
Time*.]
To iln liditot ol the Times ■
Sir, lhe Oriental emigration
to Hiiti-h Columbia, ns'stated bj
your correspondent bom Van
coiim r, is assuming an important
position in the relationship be
twi en Canada and |ap.iu,
my knowledge of BVilish
lumbia and Canada 1 believt
will be snlisl.n tot ily settled,
the negotiations now proct
betw
Japn
British Columbia Floe trie Railway Co., Ltd.
i .ii; I'm  A. .ini'-. Twenty-first
, i v., i and Ki ith Road as follows ; 6:15
15 a in., a ■>■ m. '140 a, m.,
will It avi   1 .'m ensbury avi nue,
1 i md Winch street and Keith Road
I iweni a innti   past thc hour.
ia cunsl ury avenue, I'wenty lirst
I i '. a   i, in * 1 md Keith Road as follows 1
ai . v.|5 a. in,. 9:15 a. in..
5 1 in ,:   |ea' *• 1I1. Ferry Landing
I twenty minutes to the hour.
The members oi our association
are very much interested in philanthropic work. A rough estimate
ol the purely fraternal work done
by the hives during the past three
years shows that llieir voluntary
work, outside ol death benefits,
amounts lo 51(11,523
roni
Co*
this
and
Imu
tho Canadian  and  llu
governments will Iind a
satisfactory solution ol this difli-
culiy.   But, as your article points
out, the lar more serious question
is the treatment ol the so 1 ailed
Hindus, who happen lo come, to
British  Columbia,   in  sen eh nf
work.
Thu origin ol this influx of Punjabis into liriiish Columbia wns
thai men in the I longkong police
wlm arc Punjabis wme si nl Irom
Hongkong to the coronation
ceremonies in London ; tin \ * ami
through Vancouver, and as n pn
sensitives nl it portion ol the empire wero treated well nnd entertained by the City ol  \ ancoiiver.
REDA&ANDRUSS
nnOPRIKTORS
NORTH   \ ANCOUYER, H, C,
I.
Int.
niiih u
I'iii-
ilih streets,
"'.  I enii', ni
.iieti
third
Pi
I'M 1. A unci    Between
',\l   ',aa   ll *  1,   111  ,|     'al   |,„ll   ||
cash, leil nn a.l 1 * months
l'iit\ In. 1 li 1 ni same block (routing on Lnn
s|'ii'n.   Siiinl 11 terms.
Cm -it ei 11 in An m 1 Ni.ii l*'ili,, i'iii Bin , 1, foi 60x150 leet,
Price \a.a ■     I ei one third cash, h?laiice in 0 and 1 l months.
I'm 1* 111 S1 ki i 1 we 11, 11 sst 1 i". Avi ni i Double ■ ornei on eai
line,.magnificent situation,    Price ;52100    Terms to hi arranged.
Two Ci.karf.Ii Lots on Phhrtkhnth Streei Close to St. An-
ihat s avenue, size 50x157 each,    Price $450 each,   Easy terms,
Firm Stuf.i i Between Lonsdale and St. George's avenues, two
01s, 50x140 each,   hie >■!"".   Easy terms,
Loxsii.M.i AvKNtii Lot 50x120, between Eighteenth anal Nine
tcenlh streets Price 5qoo. I, ims nne (bird 1,1 ,h, balance G and 1:
a inth
I'll m Si 111 1 One hltn li [coin 1 Iiu a n Inn avi nue. two south
(rout lots, 50x137 each, to 11 ao-loot alley, Price $550 each, Terms
one*third a ash, halanci 0 and 12 month;
Sixth Strkivi   In block S, 150 leet Irom Queensbury avenue car
lilie, a      .aai.lt.  I,,  .,     IQ-fool    lllli'V,     Sl Kit ll     lllllll I'lll','    Slum    t'llt'll.
Terms aim fourth ensh, balance in 6 and 12 months,
We havt niiii a large list cl properties in all parts ol the city,
We deal exclusivelj in close-in cilj properties, and can oflci you
ile* best bargains ami the choict -1 locations obtainable anywhere,
Correspondent*! solicited, 01  belter siill, call nnd see us and let
us show you what we have lo offer.
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO. Ltd.
Many ot the hives have taken up When tlieir term nl service ex
the sunshine work, ami by their pired in the Hongkong police,
visus to the sick, taking flowers some   ol    them,    having
Hotel North Vancouver.
brand
1 nmi' l
Resort
:,;■
Up rn date
Rati s:
J...:-.
<' 00 pi 1
Da;
u
ami up
Special
Rates i"i
1 .1 111 lllis
- --'4
. 1
m
Ri   .   1
1 'innil. 11
L
■
lerrv Service I ver) Half Hour to and from Ihis Hold
to Vancouver. P. Larson, Prop.
Rainier Beer^>
'■   ' 1   ■   t|iu nulling nml
• uii fyi ."    II        I  1  iln m'    1111 ■ r
1 ii '.'""I uing [vsiiniur.
PACIFIC  BOTTLING  WORKS
Vanci 11 iver, I;. C.
ami dainties to the hospitals, ami
their cheerful, sunshiny faces, the
members are carrying their teachings ol true fraternity into
hundreds ol lives.
Another important work is that
ol looking alter strangers who
come into the cities, directing
them to places, and furnishing
them with a list of good, respei
table boarding houses or hotels.
For several years we have been
planning lor beds in hospitals and
ri old Indies' and orphans' homes,
ami it mu Insl convention, action
was taken to secure  a  national
Imiiii lor old ladies and orphans.
and to endow beds in hospitals in
the various center;    Man) "I llu
local hives have already endowed
beds or rooms in their cit) hospital,
Out work has been extended lo
include a   juvenile   department
Wc  lo imt, however, furnish in*
mam 1 mi tin ir lives, but m ike
iln  children's work a department
nl our social work,
llu.* Ladies ol the Maccabees ol
lie   World has 11  Iileltili. tship  "I
157,977, with a protection iu Ion e
mi the lives ol its members  ol
"I'I,'*.'.),
"ih 37-
ffttbtt GROUND COfFEE
II        I wi ll  tO   III
Fresh Ground lirov    Bei
I li .1 ' al with Cold ■. try out
.     ut co ipons,
J. A. M'MILLAN, GROCER
Comer I Milan-ilk and lonsdale Avenue
During lhe yeai 1906 wi added
26,446 members and organized 113
hives. On December 31, 1906, we
had 2,705 hives in good Btanding.
We paid during this year 834 death
claims, amounting to £686,046 26
Ilns would I"' an average ol
li, ■ , 47 pet day, 01 about fl.'j.s
lm . ,n li working hour 0! the day.
\\ a nir proud ol the tact that
wc hive Iii our emergency [und
la,575,010.97 with which tn meet
the future claims ol our members,
when the amount ol assessments
collected will not be sufficient to
meet their claims on account ol
tin increase in the death rate.
Our association is affiliated with
the National Council ol Women in
tin United States, thc Canadian
Council of Women, and thc
National Fraternal Congn 19,
I In Iraternal system has brought
into piny one ol tho greatest
lum linns ol the human race, that
of sympathy, and this, combined
with tlie lift benefit feature as a
secondary object ol the society,
pleasant   recollections   ol    Iheii
trcatmi nl by the \ am ouver people,
and believing lhat tin ; 1 ould 1 urn
a good livi lihood there, th  a It d to
go and work.   A lew came, did
(■ntnl work, and found employnv nl
at wanes that lhaj never in iheii
wildest iln .nn- llioughl  that the)
would get.    I he mills em
them i thej wrote to tin ir Iriendt
in Punjab  glowing  accounts  ol
what they could expi cl  il   the,
came to British Columbia ; in Iwo
years a number had  come and
found plenty "I employnu nl without the slighti st obji 1 tion (rom tin
European   laborer    In   1906   11
number mine 1 nine, and llu 11 ila
cry was raised I", lhe working men
of  British  Columbia   that   the)
would be swamped b) tin inthiN ol
lhe Hindus, as tin y called H" m,
nml the hysteria set in lhat has
now developed inlo an acute Innn
In the early part ol Iai i yeai
these Sikhs who 1 nun   with ihe
idea lhat tliet. In ing  British i nh
jects, would be in.ti, al 1 uii',. and
In*  allowed   equal   opportunities
with otlit 1  British    ul'i' 1 ts,   Wi i'
treati 'I by a certain eel nn ol the
Vancouvei pi ople, 1 biell) poliiii al
agitator!. mosl ah 1 ract fully, I In
steamship 1 ompanj landed llu ni
on llieir wharl, ami iln 1 itizens ol
a British 1 iiiiiiIiv wollld nol allow
them to cnnie into the town   tin \
(Vein ki pi willi llteii tlnn 1 folding,
111 the cohl .ill nrlii ni ih" open
in the winter anal tn aled in the
mosl barbarous manner, Man; aai
these Siklu had medal nmldi cora*
tions on tin in. reward loi fightini
British battles, And so il has
gone on sine*. The tr atnn nt
tbey have received is inhuman,
and the perpetrators, in iheii blind
zeal to keep out nil Orientals, havi
forgotten thai iln *" Sikll I an
British BllbjeClS, I'lie |.i|i.nii'.e
have tlieir government behind
them, solemn treaties made thai
will be respi 1 tt il | but what hnve
these unloilunal' Sikh 1 (tcept the
British government to protect
them ? Then i 1 no doubt that
British Columbia must be a white
man's country, but there is no
excuse lor the inhuman treatment
\\t
huh Sl.
SOUTH VANt'OI'VKl:
When you wanl
a job ol Painting
or Paper Hanging
or Kalsomining
done.   See
Hardy & Stoney
Sixth Stuki't
i'iii. I li    .    ICO!    i it.
15 I   L US
limn 11.nni', Holland nml ,l,t|i,ui.
seeds,
TKEES,
PLANUS
I OK f 41 i IH ANTING
reliable varhitii   ul real ilile nrici
I'd       rn, Hoe -"i».i ,-. Spray l'i -,
S|iruyiii|i Material, 1 111 Kluwim, tie,
"ial";  . i|   ii'iri"i   1111 iha
inah luml ol Unlink C0I11111111,
!.ll;lli,"l|,' hi'.'.
M. J. HENRY'S
MUSI llll S IM) Ml MIDI MS.
VtMnl VRR 11 C.
I
0
A. A. CROW&I'ON
I'.KdKI K
-m, mu \l:\ IT 1,1 It
1 ■ *    1 ■      1
■a . 1 ii
. a
n.n,.a- r lur llu 1 on 111 "
i'i
hiHii0:—|mi i   01  I,,..nu 1
,    l||   1)1     111 I   llillllll        l<a|       llll   II   I
suppoi I iii I 1     1 1
I     .llll     '.lll<       ll'  la     l!     ill'
'.'.a.. II..a     a I    l! -      l||,   I     p|'( ■ llllll .
ine eni miai rrcs]
ivilb iln  ' t In n it ii   in \ nni ouvi 1.
tin   m ith r could h
an     ed    Urn ia 1 ' lumbia  hn
nt pii .ni n • mall panii  that lhe
country    will   he   swamped    b)
tiie iitals.   Japan mid China can
be dealt with by Iheii respective
'.■nn mments, but tin   unfortunate
Sikh 01 Hindu, as he is called, tain
only look to the Huii.li govt rn
in, ni.   It is 10 be hoped thai lhc
government will acl promptly, do
justice to "ni [elfow stibji 1 is, and
deprive the agitatoi and   1
niongi 1 in India ol tin opportunilj |
he will undoubtedly make the most
i.l.   1 am yours obediently,
A. St. lit.in-'.1  II cu i'.i 1 \
Con ■ .11 .a*.    , ■■ ui ,n   ,.. , in
our a ut    iv*! eai 111 'i'.n   1 * irnl it
11 1 , on Hn I'.n illt
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nn nl in 1 ,   11 |HHTiou, alio
a 'it
Ii   10I . 11 I" \ 1 iin r
lor mi] lhiii| ■ lino till you havt
I'.ikI 11- a, n.n    III loyal I" v,,rt|i \.iu*
...'ii.i'
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WOOD TO BURN
Semi n> your "uin* now (ur I»ry
tiiei'iiCiil Cleat lit.
Hlovi* length . i" r i.ai'.l. delivered ,♦0.00
I'orthi I, len llu th li'.er.'al.      ||,60
NO. I SMINQLEA
In -i. *:,   Iiiii...-iint.- delivery,
National Club,   1,  Whitehall-
ol our fellow suhiects to whom wo'gardi us. S. W , Oct, 18,
ninl l.iiii-.lnl,*A',e.
gjflxttw orders .u Wnhlron'i hanh
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