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Array SEP B J907
Subscription,   Ji,oo
Per Yenr, Mulled ur Delivered
UNITED BTATBB, *I.|0
In   4dvunut
§ht Hixpxm
Commercial Printing
Done to l'le.aao ut
THE  K.M'I-ICBU   OKFICK
Uet 1 'rlco.
VOLUME V.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. 0,, FRIDAY, SEP I EMBER 6. 1907.
NUMBER 3
A ditch is to bo dug on the
north side of the Esplanade, between Lonsdale avenue and the
bridge, near St. George avenne,
where it will be connected with
the one on the other side.
A drain will be put in on the
north side of the city hall to catch
the surface water, and be connected with the channel on Lonsdale avenue.
"Sam" Macdonal, an old-time
Vancouver hotel man, but now ol
Dawson, was in the city on Tuesday. He was accompanied by his
wile and little daughter. He his
considerable property here, and
was surprised at the growth ol the
place. Mr. and Mrs. Macdonald
lelt f jr Harrison Hot Springs yesterday.
There is on display in Tub Express window a box ol different
kinds ol fruit, grown in Mrs. Kick*
ham's gardens, corner Second
street and Chesterfield avenue.
~\ie varieties are two Wealthy,
three Gravenstein, three Snow
and two II. Ca winter apples, two
egg plums and three Hartlett
penis. The Iruit is certainly B
revelation as to the line Stuff that
can be grown in North Vancouver.
Subscribe for The Express.
A three-plank sidewalk will be
laid on Twentieth street, west ol
Lonsdale avenue, to llirkmau's
house.
Several complaints have been
made of late about a bif Dane
dog, who is treacherous and unsafe at large, having bit a child
as well as others. The police
should look into the matter.
The high tree, cornerScventeenth
street and Durham avenue, has
been cut cut down. This was a
source of danger.
lluiiiii the city and district.
Messrs. W. Walmsley and H.
Larson returned Wednesday from
their hunting trip lo Eagle Harbor
The grouse they brought back had
very finny leathers.
Mr. Fogg, Fourth street, was
one ol the first to have deer for
dinner on Sept. t. The animal
was shot near Twenty-first street.
Mrs. C. E. Lawson, Third
street, North Vancouver, will receive on Thursday, Sept. 12th,
and every second Thursday.
The Capilano road is now in (air
condition, the municipal council
and thc Vancouver city council
having done considerable repairing. Hy a moderate expenditure
this beautiful drive could bc made
famous.
While stepping off the wire
bridge at the Capilano canyon the
other day Sam Kolib, ol the World,
was heard to say: "Less terra and
more lirina lor mine."
Ex-Councillor P. A, Allen  returned  today,  alter a prolonged
1 visit to the old country.
Arrangements are being made to
hold a boxing tournament to be
held here in October next if possible.
Monday night two boats were
stolen from the boat house of
Messrs. Fyfe & Duke, One was a
1 ship's dingy, China built, and the
1 other was a square stern row boat,
with white varnished upper stroke.
Both cralt were valued at filjo.
Flour has advanced 60 cents per
. barrell and all loodstufli arc advancing.   Oats are now selling at
JI34 a Ion, and hay is selling at Ui
ston,
Tour of Inspection
The annual official inspection of
tho Capilano dam by the Vancouver city council was held on
Thursday. Besides the city
lathers were a number of guests,
including the North Vancouver
city and municipal fathers. Since
their last inspection considerable
work has been done, namely, the
changing of the intake from the
old dam site to the new one, about
a mile farther up. The system
has been so arranged that at all
times good clear water is insured,
the receiving tanks being considered the finest and most complete to be found in America.
Tha now 3a-inch main is also now
completed, giving the city three
pipes from the Capilano. Considerable minor changes have been
cflected, placing the whole system
up to date and guaranteeing an
abundance of water.
A sumptuous repast, prepared
by Mr, T. Maddison, was indulged
in in the cosy shack erected near
the dam,
Something New
Probably one ol the most unique
and at the same time cosy build-
in-; to bo found anywhere, is the
one situated at thc Capilano intake, lt is constructed wholly ol
cedar shakes, supported by white
Iir beams. For originality and
design this is hard to beat, thc
cedar being the finest found anywhere, and placed to great advantage. Inside one is struck
with the at-home-like appearance,
the large fire-place lending enchantment, bringing one back to
the time of our forefathers. One
ol these shacks can be erected
lor a moderate sum, and any one
wishing to erect a cheap and comfortable house would do well to
take this one as their pattern.
Progress in Lynn Valley
A lew days ago Mr. F. Crowley
moved his family into his residence
in 11 luck 44, D. L. 2087.
Mr. Dissctt has built on his block
in D. L. 2oa2, and is busily cn-
gagej in clearing his lan J.
Mr, Adams is clearing his block
in D. L. 2022, preparatory to
building.
Mr. S. Martin, of North Vancouver, has built and moved his
family to his house in I). L. 2013.
Mr. A. Buckley, the schoo|
teacher in Lynn Valley, has purchased a block and built in D. L.
2023.
Mr. Underwood, ol Vancouver,
is building a house 28x30 at the
junction of tho Rice lake flume
and the Pipe Line road, on a block
owned by him in 2088.
The long delayed planer for Mr.
Fromme's mill has arrived and has
been installed. The firm is now
prepared to supply finished as well
bs rough lumber.
Another house has been erected
on Block 13, D. L. 2088, the
owners name wc have been unable to learn.
School opened alter the holidays
with 26 children in attendance.
NorthVancouver Rowing Club
The next and final regatta this
season will take place on September 14th. The cup presented by
the Hon. F. Carter-Cotton will bo
competed lor at this regatta.
Further details ol this will appear
next issue.
Lynn Valley Trails
To tlie Editor of The Exriess:
Sir,—I reeeived a communication from Alderman Emery calling
my attention to a letter in The Exr
press from Mr. G. W. Sugden,
re Lynn Creek Trails, which he
thought was hardly fair to those
who neither owned ptoperly in the
valley or resided there, but who
generously subscribed to aid the
project, he (Alderman Emery)
having taken up some subscriptions to assist the matter, particularly mentioning Mayor Kealy
and Alderman Irwin, and asking
that the list of non-property owners who subscribed, if not too long,
might be published in The Express. The letter of Mr. Sugden
was caused by remarks at the
board of trade meeting, that outsiders contributed to the building
of the trails, which Mr. Sugden
thought very misleading. The
matter really hangs on the word
" outsider." To begin with Alderman Emery and Ex-Aid. Allan,
who resided for years iu the valley, and who only recently removed therefrom, formerly held
large property interests here, and
it would be a cold proposition to
call them outsiders. Alderman
Irwin 1 find an assessed ratepayer
in the valley to the extent ol 320
acres (Irwin & Billings), and lhe
trails are partly on their properly.
You would not class Alderman
Irwin as an outsider. Then we
have Councillors Robson and Nye
and lhe Municipal Clerk, Mr.
Philip, who have beon connected
with the district municipality lor
years. Lastly we have Mayor
Kealv and Keeve May, gentlemen
who for years have been energet ic
members of the district council,
and always ready and willing to
aid to the utmost ol their power to
assist in the advancement of Lynn
Valley. To class such men as outsiders would be a very poor
acknowledgment ol past services.
Had I been writing the letter instead ol Mr. Sugden I am afraid
Lslmiild have fallen into thc same
error (if error it is), as I should
never think ol calling the officers
of the municipality outsiders, so
if any ol the gentlemen named
should think that they had been
unintentially slighted they can console themselves with the knowledge that thoy were held in higher
regard than perhaps thoy thought
themselves entitled to. It is to be
hoped that the kindly feeling indicated will continue, not only between the ratepayers and ollicials
ol the city and municipality,
but also between lhe two councils, as nothing is so calculated
to inspire the zeal of the average
man as a kindly appreciation of
his efforts in the public welfare.
In conclusion, I thank Alderman
Emory lor drawing my attention
to the matter, and also for his
kindly reference to me personally,
John M. Duvai..
Lynn Valley, Sept. 4th, 1907.
Oppose Development.
There l«, ii h tu be feared, 11 disposition in certain partem in Conodn
to oppose tin* ilovelnpment of tlie eimu-
try along nmi il lines, Inun tho apprehension Hint It mny prove too expensive, While there mny hnve been
some ground fur such 11 belief len years
ur mi ngo, there enn I* mine today when
l..e Dominion i» making such rapid
strides toM-nnts nntionlioinl. There run
assuredly he nu objection to tlie Mint
fnim ihe standpoint ol financial nd-
ministriitinii,  bccaimo It   is nlinnilnnlly
certain tlmt its operations must result ill a siihstnuliiil prolit to the treasury, and it will be a matter uf regret if' a p6rtlori ql
unr people, .nu matter how iu.-
ajlguifioant, sliunhl be led to believe that
tlie Mint will bo a white elephant when
nil tlie experience of other conntrles
bus been tn ttfe exact contrary. However, time will show. Ill Hie meantime
it would be mon1 acceptable if thc crities
of the Mint 'imposition were to emerge
from their slieller of niinnyniily and
eoi'ue out into the open. Then the
intercut a wlih-li are concerned in the
enmpnlwi "npl'nnt Hie Mint would be
identified.—-Free, Press, Ottnw-a,
School Board
The school board held a meeting
on Tuesday evening in the city
hall, Chairman Steacy presiding.
It was decided to appoint an
extra teacher lor the fourth division
and thc council was asked ior an
appropriation of fOoo for same,
which request was granted. The
board hopes to have the new
division started by October ist.
The trustees discussed thc matter of so many children of school
age romping thc streets during
school hours, and will shortly take
steps to stop this state of affairs.
Do you tako Tiik Express?
Kidnapping Col. Elliot.
Tbe lollowing arc snine additional de-
lails of the recent attempt by 11 Bnl-
gnrlnu band to kidnap Colonel Elliot,
tlie liriiish stuff officer in cliwje nf tlie
work uf (leudni merie reorganization In
the Drama district of Macedonia. In
llie course of a tonr In bis dlstricl,
Colon..I Ellliif arrived on the afternoon
of Tuesday, .inly 811, nt Hie Bulgarian
village nf (lyuieiljik, sliuiiii-il about
seven hnurs frnin Ilniinii, ou llie ninii
to N'evrokop, About 7 o'clock the following morning Colonel Elliot went
out Iii tnke 11 ..troll round the village,
Suddenly lie Inund himself seized by
tonr men in kliuki uniforms, iiriue.l (villi
Mauuliclii'i" carbines nud bayonets, wonr-
ing baiiilolier-j ami carrying bombs iu
iiuiiii sinks iilliiclicd In llieir bells, Tliey
.-fled to Iiu,-!,-. their, prisoner away towards the hills, explaining tint! they
Intended to do him no harm, but merely
to make tin- Turkish government pay ti
rinsoni for blm. He- resisted with all
his might, but when ihey tied a mpe
round bis left nrni lie relaxed bis effnrls.
Miring ihni lu* might be secured lu sm-b
n way as in leave no hope of escape.
Tien of (lie gendarmes composing Colonel
Elliot's escort started in pursuit, and
soldiers from uu ndjuiniut*. blockhouse
begun to tire across 11 ravine on the
retiring Ititlgnrliins.
Meanwhile Colonel Elliot bail lieen
Inin i...I gome distance upwards towarda
the forest, ami his party reached an
open meadow, where, tindihg iliemsel-
vi-s under Arc, nue of lhc party lay
down ami begnn t<> return (he lire of
lhe two gendarmes, who were only
aboui 7(i yniiis off, while the other three
tried Iu force llieir prisoner tii be down.
At lliis moment he succeeded in druw-
Ing his Browning pistol, und Immcdlnto-
I) allot through llie body Hie three men
who were struggling willi liim. lie
then stnrtcil running down Ibe slope,
mnl presently saw llio fourth of his cap-
.torn inking uini nt tin- Gendarmerie ger-
u.-nut I'.'ila.nl. The iiinn swung round
liis rille to lii'iii- 1111 Colonel Billot; who
iiislaiill) shot.hiin.    I'uilli.'i down Col-
mu.-I Elliot -ui tiftii Bulgarian jylng
..a the ground with 11 rille ami sbol him
lh rough the hond. Ai this point Colonel
Elliot was wounded in Iln- lliigli ami
understood from lhe bullets -plashing
iu lhe mini iu fii.nl nf llllll llml lie was
being lii cil up,,1, rimn behind', bul in
11 lew iiini-1. steps he uiiined cover and
wn- oul of .lunger.
Ti.e work nt promoting political pur-
It) siill noes on. h'irst Mr. It. I.. Ilor-
den accepted llie oratorical services nl
Ilnn. II, Iv Fusler ami then lie was con-
l.'iil in allow Mr. (!. W, Fowler to
■peak at his Si. John meeting, Willi
Iwo Kticll I'lniiieiit pursists iu bis train
llie work of purifying politics will
doubtless proceed rapidly, Probably
when he reaches Quebec, thnt other
npnsllo nf political rectitude, Benntor
Landry, will be added to ihe company.—
I'lc i'n-ss, Ottnwn,
If Unit $"„'!I.INKI.IK»I |n  collected  from
the Siiiu.lni'.i im Company, It Is suggested llml it might be used tn build
battleships, to be christened nfler ihe
men at the head of the uioiiupoly. Whnl
n pirnticnl sijiindrnn it would lie. The
■lolly Ifoger mir-lil represent il. II.
lingers. Hie John I), ami lhe Arch
Kohl would be dangerous, nnd the Iini -
riiuiin ceiliiinly would never lie afraid
of wntcr, even far from Wall Street
Their ensign would he n h.i mnbook
Irom 11 Cleveland Bundnj school, a
ticker upon a fellow Held rampant,
will, ti.e ui..11.1 underneath! "The public be damned."—Mining nod l-kietitiHc
Press,
Moving Pictures at Larson's
Pavilion
Commencing Monday, September 23rd, North Vancouver is to
have a moving picture show one
night every week during the long
winter months. The management
assures us that the entertainment
is to be up to date in every detail,
with a complete change of programme every Monday night.
The entertainment will consist of
the latest moving pictures, illustrated songs and magnificent chromatic panoramic views, and the
management has been fortunate
in securing the services of Mr.
Leo Gibson, the eminent baritone,
to sing the illustrated songs.
Therefore keep your date open
Ior the evening of the 23rd, and
you are assured of an entertainment that will satisfy thc most
critical.
Card of Thanks
Church Notice
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
SIXTH STREET.
Services will be conducted as
usual on Sunday by the pastor.
Sunday school, 2:30 p. m.
Service at Moodyville school at
7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
H o'clock.
All are welcome.
Pastor: Rev. J. D. Gillam, M.A.
METHQDIST CHURCH,   ORANGE HALL
Class meeting to a. m.
S iitulay school and bible  class,
11 a. m.
livening service at 7:30 p. m.
Uev. B. ,H. Balderston, B. A.,
pastor.
ST JOHN'S THE EVANOEI.IST, SEVENTH
AND THIRTEENTH STREEtS.
Holy Communion, 8 a. m.
Morning prayer, 11 s. ni,
Evening prayer, 7.30 p. m.
On the grst Sunday in the month
there will be a second celebration
ol the Holy Communion at 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
BAPTIST CHURCH, ORANdE HALL.
Services conducted by thc Rev.
David Long. Sunday school .il 1
p. in., preaching ssrvicc at 3 p. in.
All are welcome.
There isn't much in the world
but work. Even people at summer
resorts must do a lot of rustling
around to have a good time,
Mr. H. V. Smith and also Mr.
and Mrs. Davey desire to thank
those who were so thoughtful and
kind in their recent affliction, as
shown by the tokens of flowers and
nets of beneficence.
Cupid's Capers.
A very modest wedding took
place last Saturday evening, when
Mr. Walter Carey Green and Miss
Marguerite Emily Met became
husband and wife. Miss Mee it
the daughter of Mr. Chas. A. Mee,
Moodyville, and Mr. Green is the
nephew ol J. C. Williams, Norlh
Vancouver, and the representative
of the World in this city. The
ceremony was performed at St,
Andrew's Presbyterian church by
the Rev. Mr. Gillam. The contracting parties are popular young
people in the community. Thi
Express, along with 1 host ol
the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Green,
takes this opportunity of expressing congratulations and Hinging
the proverbial old slipper alter
thom. "May bad luck follow
them all their days and never
catch up to them," is the toast of
all their well-wishers. They will
reside on the Keith road, between
Cliestertield and Mahon avenue.
The hunter who "thought it w» u
deer" should be heard from any day
now.
Thc work ol repairing Keith mad
west iis far an Kagle harbor, is reported
u.*i progressing favorably nud is expected
10 lie completed ■botfly. The gang expects In flnlsli lip today, when tliey will
Join the one on tbc rust dlvltiun, who
nre iia.w at work on the Lynn creek
bridge.
Another recent arrival, Mr. llmikinr,,
from Manitoba, Im. decided Io locate iu
North Vancouver, ami linn ptirrtia-ed a
lot on tlie norlh side of Victoria l'ork
en-l. Mr. Ilnskins will Hurt work al
once un the eiwliou of a dwelling Ior
himself, and when liiiishc.l, will wnd
fnr his family. A friend of Mr. Hne-
klus Ims also about Milled 011 a lol or
iwo in llii** >'liy nml will, II he makM ■
purchatif, atart building nperullone loo.
J. ('. Williams, nf Norlh Vancouver,
ami .liiini'" laiiyliehl, ol Vim..nicer, have
entered llilu partnership, loiiirnrtiog anil
building ol all kinilH. Il.illi Mr. Williams
and Mr. Lay Held nre thorough.) ac-
qualnted wilh ihis line of btulnets, ami
also wiih cement block work, which
will be a spei hilly. Mr. Williams' ce*>
mem I,lock house, corner of Lonsdale
and I'ourlcenlh streets, North Vancouver, is a tine *,{ linen ul of workmno-
iblp nud was the lirst nl Its klndii
Vancouver.
LARGI5.
Residence Lots
CLEARED ANC ON IIKill GROUND, IN
NEIGHBORHEOD OP
THE GRAND BOULEVARD
AT ffiiHi AND gfiOO KACII.
IIII 111.
PALACE HOTEL
BIISI NJRNIMHD MOIM   ON IIII COAST
. .1111      ji m
AN l.I'-TO-DATI*;
T0UBI8T BKB0RT
lUisa: |1.M) I'KH
DAY AND DP
Special Rates to Families and Regular boaidrr*
Hull-hour lerry connection to and Irom Vancouver.   Hol and cold
water In overy room.   Ilctiiru call bells in every room.
REDA&.ANDRUSS
Skconi) Btriit,
proprietors
•   -   NOKTIl  VANCOUVER, D. G THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
Norlh Vancouver, B, C.
A Weekly Newspaper.   Published b)
The Express Printing Company
Subscription, |1,00
United states and Foielgn, ♦1.5(1
Strictly i» Advance
THE SITUATION
The A'i ".'i .■/./■" ill er, in an able
article last Sunday morning, loi
warns the business community as
ta. iiii impending lull iti commercial
and industrial aflairs,  While there
is no hm ."ii to believe that there
will be a crisis,  yet   indications
show  that   we  have  reai lied  a
period when there will I"" some
retardation in the pace at which
tilings have been going.   Owing
to tin" recent slump on Wall street
the banks ol Canada were forced
to send out ol the country some
"!6o,ooo,ooo,     Tins   means  thai
they will not take on  any new
business, ami business men and
others will have to resort to thei)
savings in  unlet   to  make any
lurther expenditure or additions to
their  ventures.     Within .1; h w
weeks aftei Mr. Pugslcy ceased to
be premier ol Now Brunswick his
successor Ims had to ro to tin
money market to borrow $1,500,-
000 at live percent,, which, to say
the least, in good times is a pretty
suit rate lor a government to pay.
But it onl) shows that the country
is entirely at thc mercy ol  the
banks.   It  has  been  stated  U
several politicians ihat they will
amend the Banking Acl nexl scs-
ion t.i prevent a general hold up
One thing is 1 - rtain, It
is that the am..nni .-l railron
struction now '.'"inn on in West
in Cans la will, to a large extent,
check ih." downw ird    ovemi
[n fact, there is ever;   indii ition
thai  in  anticipation ■ t   1
transcontinental there
.-•yjll be ...'a"1"" .    ■ 11 tivity in ll <■
northern pi rtion ol tl i   -
At Vancouvei ri al 1 state is not
as active as n rta I'l prices,
how vi 1 1. ■■ "'' firm enough
One cause 1 u llu In
land speculation is lhe lad that
the banks havi shut down on it
The rents continue
is a tremendous drain i
there is no city witli ,
people in the world wl ■ I
are so high, bnt soiongas bu    ■
remains us brisk as it is llu   can
be met.
North Vancouvi i at llu present
time is particularly liampi red foi
the want ol a railroad, but in
spite  ol thai   lact, Us vollimi    ol
business keep increasing. Wc
.think that something sliould be
done to induce tlic C P H to pul
on a mi I'm'-. and thus in
direct railway communication
i. ss il thi were done il would
imt be long l" lore there would be
a niiuil'i-i more iiianiilasturing
concerns t irl lu n I he Am
bilious Cit-.-. I" uu; an important
Im ation will;. il ullei very much
even il Iln i i .'■ be P downward
movement A i. rtain local wag
1-1 cl we don't need " good lei
lellows, what we want an hustlers,
tin- land, Tin' cost ul living is
just about double as it was a
decade ago, Excepting with mechanics and laborers by combining
wages lum" not been very materially increased, Take lor in-
■ tance the class ol workers that
bj their very oci upations prevent
ihem iinin combining, lor instance
l ookkei pers and clerks in banks
nnd other large financial and
commercial institutions, as well
us those in the civil s.-r-
,,,, ,.  .nenr   not   nearly tbe  pay
ul lal is.   We are told thai at
\ .inciiiiv. 1   nun  holding respon
sible positions  in
these  places
INDl MI11 II  /'Hi'.'
The IL.11 II I.a 11 ■ l\ M.G
anl Mun- lei ol Labor, madi a
statement nl greal ei ondniii nn
portance the "tin 1 daj it ruronto
lb'  ■ ,iia| that " tin- di  i'i
la-1", 1,1 prolongi .1 mlu 11 Inl   li
puti., on railways 01 in tlie
Wi 1. sullii ient tn null' at.* llu- nn
portatlSC nl the '-tali'  doing all 111
its powci in prevent ami minimize
tlir   lr.|ii.'   ■,"   nl   such   """I
rencea."    ' miing li tub a
high source iii" heads "I |lu i'i< at
corporation! musl lake heed in
dealing Willi tli' 11 1 in|)!'.' 1 ■
Never before in tin- history "I tin
world whon transportation, manu
lacturing ami mining companies
were more prosperous, ami ,.t it
imazing t" note tb" huge num.
I.a 1 -I sink'   ' iking plai" aii OVl 1
especially in lli" banks, do nut re
1, ive 11 salary anything lil<e an
equivalent to laborers, and why is
tin-,? Because they cannot help
tin 111 .Ives. The minister, in
[raining his proposed new legislation to prevent strikes, should
consider all classes ol workers,
organized and unorganized,
A  MODERN  IIHYME OF THE
NURSERY.
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-Mhtih'.i: t'lixisK
Tin' iwn li'iiilhn* Cnnmirviillve Juur-
mil-, i.f M..111 1, Iln. tlii--ti|ti! niial tlic
Stan. Insl im time niter Mi". II. I- Hm
deu'H nutitiiiiii-euieiit uf lil" new pint*
fni'in, in nlviini evidence nl tliolr   .>•*■
till.'I     .|iMI|.|...illlll|.'lll        Willi       it 'IlK'
||||l||l<    ill    Wllirll     Ml".     II..I'.I.'II      -aa.    VITJ
KiuiriliHll)  -1 U ..I 1n1tia.11.il leli'|jrii|iii
illla!   Il'll'lllliill..   S.Vstt'llH      Wil a   ill' 111.1111. .'.I
in iln1 Mnutieiil i.n/i'iii' in Very di'*
, iala,I 1,'inii. which Im vi- iilii'iiil.v l.i'i'n
Hiiulcii in Iln' 1I1111111-.    Tin- Mniil-
reul Sim- ni lii-i I'spri's-i'il u fnim nml
lintinulxiui* ii|i|ii'iiviil nf lliis id'inl;. lull
Iiaii.laly  .I..11I I   Ml.  Bunion's  cnpiU'it.V
i.. mnke ii 1 111 nnythlng.  111' Mr. Bur-
dt'U'n new i.lalf.iini n< u wlinle the Slur
-dial: "Tin. ilm 1..1 in 1'niitulin several
very gnnd i.i":.-; I.m ii Is mil |nn much
1.1 sn) Hmi In- ii|i|ionrs Ua ha- a Irille
nfrnid nl Iminlllii'i! Ihem hliuscll," He-
uurdlng iln'    I""'rcihininl   ii.ilicy. llu1
Sim.  while ii|i|u'nvhig tli imil-mlnii
idi'ii. snj-Ki "li is 11 little illsnii|iulntlng
In tin.I tin' lender "f the Oinmsltlnu
nlnimliiulllg tin' nvnwed parly |iullc>- in
fnv.ir ..f llu' .'Vti'llsiiin nf llnil mini t"
tlenrglnn Hay." Tills will remind lhe
piddle ..( vniinii- policies in n|ipnslllnn
in lli.. ('.innil Truiilt  I'ncllie in wlii.li
Mr. Ilnrdei Innglrd lilmself prevlniis
1,1 lli.. '■... II..mini..11 ei'in'inl eleellniis.
Tlic Mmiti'i'iil Slur lias lieen returning n, Its criticisms nf tl." new pint -
f..1111 :111m.nn.".'.I lust week nt Halifax.
which Im- fnili'il s" siitnnll.v t" arouse
I'lilliusinsin in "ny imi't ol lli untry.
itelerrinit (" the ncensnlions nf Soeinl-
ism. iln- Slur remarks tlmi if Mr. Borden is 11 Socialist "lie must he 11 liuiueu-
linlli; fnr liis doses liistc Iiiii- n pin li
a.f il... il 111 lt in 11 lull nf miter." Tlie
lcli*lihi|ili ami lelephmie pliinks hnve n
s.s'iali-iir sinnek ii sii,vk, "lml lliey nre
sn well liwlged nlmut wilh 'lis' nml
'nnds' Uml rn. nm1 is likely 1.. net
nervous lic-iuse "1 Ihein. Nn one ex-
peels Onu Mr. I'...1.1.m's nnnoiniccmenl
will cnuse uny wlinh-snli. selling uf
telegraph an.l Lelepliimi1 slocks. The
lact is tlmi Mr. Borden's philliiriii wns
pretty well stcrlllied lielnre lhc pcuplc
were exposed iu It,"—V'rec Press, \v .u*
nlpeg,
NOTICE.
fiJOTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
^ within thirty days if*the party or
imrtics holding an agreement uf sale
nf tlie cast luili ot lot fi und the
west half of hit II, block Til, sub-division
(iis, Nurlh Vancouver, dues nut comply
witli tlic provisions thereof Contained
ilii'rein, iimt tlie snid agreement will be
cancelled nd become niiii and void.
W. A. (IIIISON.
Nurtli Vancoiiver, August 23,1907,
Public Notice.
VTOTIOE is HEREBY GIVEN Hint
•*' an application will bc mnde liy the
undersigned belore Ihe next regular
iiting ul ihe Board nl Licensing Commissioners nf the City ut Nortli Vancouver lor 11 bottle license under
section 175, ol the "Municipal t'luuses
Act" uml "Amending Acts," for the
premises situate on Lonsdale avenue,
un Lut 12, Block 150, Kistrict 1-ot '.'74,
in ihe suid Citv ul Nortli Vancouver.
Dated this 9th day ol August, iihi7.
JOHN BENSON,
mbb H A. DOHNER
Experienced mn-le teacher, graduate of
Conservatory ..1 .Muse, Bans, France,
will give Icbsuiis every Saturday alter*
noon ut Xortli Vancouver, Simlio, Mrs.
Anderson's, Thirteenth street, corner
Chesterfield Bvenue, next ,to Church 0!
England.   For particulars apply
MISS V. A. DOHNER,
Vancouver, B. 0.
General Delivery
u
Hull mill, aln-,,1.' um..11 nffii-iill win.
■ ■ .               : .' : lhc nrgiiii
eii;. 11 kn. v.- hmi t'. kim ci 1 "m;Ii
n il n .. pur.it..r.
A meeting will !«• held in
LARSON'S PAVILION
ON
Hill il. 1.
I'or the purpose ol binning a Con
scrvative Club. There will be
speakers Irom Vancouver.
A. l-:. KEALV
SATURDAY'S SPECIALS
lctley's 50-Cent lea for 40c.
JO Cent  "    "   15c.
f. W. TEMPLER 6 CO.
GROCERS
Corner  fttb  b\.  and  Lonsdale  4ve.
I i:i.I-l'i ION 1- .|0
Have you been in our Hit; llousefurnishing Sab- yet?
II nut, yuu sliould not delay    This is positively the
largei 1
August
Furniture Sale
ever held in the city. Wi- must considerably reduce
our enormous slock ul Houscliirnisliinga to make
room lor new goods, This is your opportunity ot
make a bin saving and get bitter goods '<>r less
money than ordinarily. We hopo yuu will call on us
imd bt us have tb." pleasure ill showing you the
astonishing reductions in everything throughout the
store
TIIE IIOIISII IRNISHERS
D. A. SMITH, Ltd.
CORNIR (ii'WMill AND 111 SSH1 le MBit IS
VANCOUVER,  B.  C.
A. A. CROWSTON
GENERAL   BROKER.
*nd Norpnv PUBLIC
Insurance:  In all Its Branches.
Mininc:   Placer and Hydraulic.
Timber.   Harilwood. Codar and Fir.
MANAl.tn IOR THT  COMMERCIAL
PROTECTIVE   AOtNCV.
Office '■  First SI   E. ot Lonsdalo Ave.
1  iiiil/ir   PIONELR   DRY
vJIIAtV O ooods stohe
Will move In larger nml
iiiuri' convenient prcrnlJee,
on nr about tin*
THIRD WEEK IN AUGUST
with a now uml specially
snliii'li'il Stock, vvliirli Will
leave nuliiiily nn excuse lur
crossing the Inlet. Strictly
city priccH.
Cor. 2nd and
Lonsdale Ave ,
N.VANCOUVER
SMOKE —m.-\
TERMINUS CIGAR
CLEAR HAVANA FILLED
ALT. KINDS        —„^
Wines, Spirits, Beer
-and—
Temperance Drinks
Popular I'riccs
J. P. TIRNER
LIQUOR Ml Rt HAM PHONE 392
Ii70 Granville Street
LIST YOUR
PROPERTY
WITH I'S I'OU
QUICK SALE
A. SMITH & CO.
JUNCTION   BLOCK
NORIH VANCOUVER.
ELDER,  MURRAY CO.
Vancouver Addresn
III. Silhnnls SI.
'Phone 3111
WEEKLY LIST
Week I inllil,) Sept. 7th.
North Vancouver l
Jumtion Slock
'Phone 37
NORIH VANCOUVIR-
I'rlce
Ittuo
1*150
18U0
1)011
400
-4X1
ITS
wvw
VXD
(.'anil Deicrlptlon
It.<'| iiu- in.asaa Lot iu Firm muck un Kim Krcel.
Iiii.iii.*ss Lull on Kim itrrel.
Tivoroomed Ho nc on Tlilrleiin li slreet, cloie lo Loniilele
avenue, CO-loollol,
I' I.'..1.'.I aJllHl laT ll.'l 0 I.II I'llt'.'tl'r lU'lal tVCIIlK, * (.HI yMJ II.
For ,"u I....I a'leur.'.i Io( on Twnmleili it., ailjeceal lo car line
Fitly.loot lol clone to Loimikle avenue
N'-ui propoaed Narrowi brlclije.  Kuay terral.
lain acres In the l.jnn Valley.  K.a.i.l raneh lau.l.
ti.t ...'ii',. n Kaiil. Kam.l.  iiiiiiiii.'.■ over three years.
IONSDAII    lt»IAII    .
WE HAVE THE BEST SELECTION UK RE-SAI.ESlNTIllS BLOCK
LOTS FlttlM   ,S'.'S|  CASH,   IIHi
100
100
4000
mi.
NORTH VANCOUVER HRY & POWER CO., LTD.
Summer Time Table, 19J7
LEAVING VANCOUVEK
LEAVING  NORTH VANCOU
CITY
VER CITY:
STEAMER
STEAMER
STEAMER
STEAMER
Si, OEOROE
N
VANCOUVER,
ST.  OEOROE.
N. VANCOUVER.
•ti.OOA.M
•0.20 A.M.
*«.-l5   "
•7.20   "
.S.IXI   "
• 8.20   "
8.40   "
9.00   "
9.80  "
9.45 A.M.
9.45   "
10.15 A.M.
10.16   "
10,46  "
10.46   "
11.15    "
11.16  "
11.45  "
11.46  "
12.15 I'. M.
12.15 1'. M,
12.45 l'.M.
12.45 P. M,
1.15    "
1.15   "
1.45   "
1.45   "
2.16   "
2.15   "
2.45   "  .
2.45   "
3.16   "
3.15   "
S.46  "
3.46  "
4.15   "
4,15   "
4.46   "
4.45  "
6.15   '
5.15   "
6.45   "
5.46   "
(1.16   "
(1.15   "
ti.46   "
fi.46  "
7.16   "
7.26   "
7.46  "
8.15   "
8.46   •'
...
9.15   "
9.45   "
'
10.15   "
10.45  "
•11.H0  "
•11.45   "
     V
* Nut on
Sinialnv.
im™ BARGAINS
to be sold at	
WHOLESALE PRICES
fARI    WfilFF    fHOMPSON BLOCK,
1>/\I\L   TYULrL,  LONSDMI AVENUE.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B* C.
LOTS
70 x 240
$300
Close to saw mill anil plank road;
ten minutes Irom car; only $300.
Also a few 1-4 acres lor $200 i
terms, 10'/, down, f 10 per month.
House to let, 6 rooms, all conveniences ; splendid view. Also
one for sale; $500 cash and {20
.per month.
Two perfectly cleared lots on Lonsdale Avenue
$900 each
WESTERN CORPORATION,  LTD.
Capilano Hotel
CAPILANO   DAM
Everything new and modern, affording all the
luxuries ol a metropolitan hostlery. Elevation 500
leet aliovc sea level. Ideally situated for people
wishing an exhiliarating climate, beautiful mountain
scenery and climbing, and good lisliinu and shooting.
A lew hours Irom the summit ol Mount Crown and
the Lions.
Tally-ho meets car connecting with 9:15 lerry,
at liewicke avenue, returning between 6 and 7 p.m.,
calling at thc two canyons and thc suspension bridge,
allowing time for inspection.
RATES :   jta.50 to $3.00 Per Day
HI'ICCIAl.   HATK.S  TO  KAMIMKH  ANIi    HKGUI.AH
BOARDERS
DICKSON W. KELLS, Pkop.'
TBLltl'HONK 104a,  NORTH   VANCOUVKH.
THE EXPRESS, $1 PER YEAR THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
NORTH   VANCOUVER
LOT 373
STILL  THE  BEST   BUY
We have some lots left in this Original
Subdivision.   Call and see us, and
buy before they are all gone.
The Electric Tram runs
right through this property
It is bound to be an important addition
in the near future
Easi) Term*
For Prices and Maps, apply
1
THI8TLE8 WON THE
CARTER-COTTON CUP
Despite tin- disagreeable condition of
the weather n large crowd owembled nt
tk' Nurth Vancouver Athletic wiomuls
Ui wuU'li tin' football gurnet, tur the
first year's seiie-t tor the silvur cup pro-
si'titeil by Hon. Mr. Carter-Cotton, The
game-* were ull closely eontratcd and
ell repaid those who snw thorn. The
contesting tennis were the Thititleti, Nationals and Celtics, of Vancouver, and
the North Vancouver.1*. The first game
Was between the Thistles aud Celtws
anil was won by the Thistles by a tsnne
of one to nil. Following them the Nationals and North Vancouver*, who
plaunl a very hot game atul proved
themselvoi to be pretty evenly matched,
the Nationals won out on it wore of
three to two. This left the final Jk--
tween ihe ThUtlee ami Nationnl*. It
appeared i<> be n walk-nway for the for-
mar team, who took four gouls, aluil-
ting the Nationals out altogether. Tho
grounds were totnewh&l heavy, but <•
idering the heavy fall of rain pnvlOttl
to the o[H'iiiug of the sports tin* field
wns in fair sha|ie.
In the evening as a final and appropriate finish to the day's eventis, a
smoker was given in the I'ulace hotel
dining room nnd a large number were
present. Refreshments were served for
the benefit of the footballers and afterwards singing and music were Indulged
in besides other entertaining features
thai went to make the program a iuo-
Mugglus—'Tui surprised that you believe the story Brown just told un. Why,
I wouldn't believe It if I told U iny-
«lf."
Hugglua—"Oh, well, in that case
neither would I."
440
SEYMOUR   STREET
R, KBKIi HOUI.riATIC, MANAOKH
An executive tncctlii*; nl (lie llurlicnl
innil society (vu*. In'i,1 .in Tiiemlnj evening. Alexander Smith occupied iln' clmli
ainl tliere were preaeni l)lreetorn IK 11.
Pick, A. K. I'riekDinr, lt. I,. Doberty,
\V. I.. Dniill uml Mr. Keeue,
Tin- i|ii,.-ii..n ..f erection a new building ..ii llie horticultural grounds nn
Twenty-hrst street wad illficnKiieil, 'I'lie
ilealmliillty nl nn exhibition building li
lull nml sii'iw will probably lie lakeu In
u slum linn- witli tlmt 611(1 in view. A
general meeting ..I ilm members will In'
culled ui nn enrly date and this matter
will In- nn.. ..( llii' features ..f limine*.
I nn' n|i.
$4 MEN'S $4 SHOES   $4
We claim lo carry the best
ol this popular priced Shoe in
the city.
13ox Call Lined. Double
Sole, Goodyear Welted
A RAINY DAY BOOT
Vevur Calf, Gun Metal Call, or
Fine Dongola, single or double
slip soles. All Goodyear Wells
Neat Dressy Boots.
ALL AT $4.00
PYKE'S SHOE STORE
516 HASTINGS STKE1LT W.
J. F. TAYLOR,
President.
A.
G. McCANDLKS.
Vice-Pres.
S. G. SPENCE,
Sec.-Treas.
I
When
Furnish*
ing
one always likes selecting
Irom vast stocks, (rom a store
that has a reputation (or good
Furniture and Fair Prices. We
have and we try to live up to it.
No nutter whether you require an odd piece or the Furniture and Carpets lor your entire home, we can serve you
and save you money. Our entire building, with its (our
great floors, is crowded to over-flowing with all that is newest and best in Furniture and Carpets.
You are as welcome to look as to buy. Drop in thc next
time you are over,
Standard Furniture Co., Ltd.
307 to 313 Hastings St. W., Vancouver, B. C.
'Phone 360.
.(. number nt young people gathered nt
tli** Iiuiiii-i.f A. I'hilip Monday evening
when n merry linn* wan -|m-ii(. The
member* nf tlif party liml assembled in
tin* morning with On- Intention nf Ink*
int,' a flip up Grouse mountain, but owing tu tin* ruin  tlii> picnic  wns ulinutl-
i.niil nml adjourned till Ihe evening
when Mr. l'liilip kindly ..jM-ni-il hit
hmiKii for tin. benefit nf tin* young people. Singing mnl (-nine-* wero (lie principle amusements, Minn it. Cameron nn
tin* pinnn being tin* foremost entertain
it in tin1 musical line. Later on in the
ovenlng refreshmenta weed served, after
which tin* party dispersed nml tlif iliu
appointment <>f On* mountain trip nni
over-come witli tin* successful nml linppj
evening enjoyed.
.1. J. Woods nnil .1. i'. Williams, ti,
gether witli Mr. Woods' two sons, llenrj
nml afirvan, returned last evening front
n successful liunlini* cruise up (lown
Sound,
Tin- Nurtli Vancouver llowlug clnl
Ims been kindly Invited liy tho Vancou*
ut llowlug club in enter a lour-oared
crew I., nnnpol  tin* "tli ..f Beptem
in'i- when tl"' Vancouver club Imlds ii
regatta. Ai mi execntlve meeting ..f Ihe
Nurtli Vancouver llowlug club In-l.t mi
Wednesday evening, ilm crew wns selected mnl is composed nf the following
member*-:   \V. B. llunbiiry, I-'. K. Mii-
In-ll, Dr. .1. A. Campbell, W..1. Butler.
.Mi
ll. I'. Cnrubdi Ims left fnr Huberts creek where -Iif will spend ii short
lime ns llie guesl nl Mi mnl Mrs. A
K. Beasley, wlm nre ramping Ihere,
Miss Hardy, wlm Inn* arrived In thi-
city mnl is attending (In- minimi sel	
in Vnncouver, is making lift' temporary
lii.nif willi her mini. Mr-. I!. A, Mc
II.iin. I.nnsilnlf iivenue,
Ii seems siill n matter nl dispnii
(vlifllier (In- Snllun uf Morocco wn- kill
oil ur nal—-whether Im is Abdel A sll m
Abdel ns was,- Montreal Star,
Tin. party lell last Friday in Mi.
Woods' launch mnl hnve been cruising
around ..n dm Sound Irom one puree in
mu,(lift- since in i-ui*-,t of game, which
mis found tu In- n scarce quantity. However, n fair ling wns seemed, Mr. M'l-
ran \\.-,,i, earthing oll tin- honors of
tin- Iiunl b) bugging n nice doer.
Si. .Inlni's college opened tods* with n
inii attendance. The Irnlts i.f Mr.
Mandril's efforts nre ripening In regard
in lliis si-iii.nl for yotiug men, At tin-
.nisei it seemed quite n venture, audi
ii structure In the heart uf tin- bush,
imt nuiv Iis ropntntion is spreading,
.unl success js itssuri-il.
Mayor Keuly presided nt the regular
meeting nf (he city council held in the
ily bull Tuesday evening, and nil (he
nldei'inon were present.
A letter from W. I). Bunbury, loenl
maniiKiir uf ttis U. (.'. Electric Railwaj
company in North Vancouver was rend
in answer tu onu received by Hie (Uriel
Railway company from the city in
which the Inadequately of the service
in Ninth Vancouver nt certain seasons
wu- «ei forth. Mi. Bunbury replied,Ihal
quite n considerable   portion   nf   the
trouble luy al the door   uf   lhe   Kerry
company, who only ran hourly bunts al
night and this, of course, concentrated
the traffic tun much uml Ilm cut service was poweiless tu make u fuir dis-
trlbution uf Um passengers while llii*.
contlnued.   Mi.   Bunbury  nlso slated
thul he thought the . r.mded curs that
ihe council were complaining nf wns a
good Indication of the growth nl Hie
city.  Tin. letter wns filed.
A. l'liilip, C. M. C, wrote -luting Ihal
im Imd been directed by the reeve to aik
the city (smncit if arrangements cnuld
be mnde between 'he two councils lor'
temporary "lock-up" accommodations in
the city gaol tur Ihe districts prisoners.
Il was moved nml sec led that this re-
quest I..* granted when sufficient room
wn- obtninnble.
A letter from the municipal council
dated August i", which was laid out
from lust meeting, came up fur consul-
ernlion, It cuntnined Ilm resolution l.l
thr liiulricl council in resppd tu^irlii
tinting several matters thnl were, at
slnted in tlm resolution, in dispute between tin- councils.
Tho city council, alter n short discus
sion, concluded thai a letter should be
written In tlm district asking them tii
specify the disagreements they hnd reference lo, nnd Hint when this vet re*
reived thf question of nrbltrntlnn could
be ilenll with.
Tin* mayor read n teller in the form
of un invitation from S. Madison, «t
the city of Vancouver waterworks department, uskiiij* Ilm Nurlh Vuncuuver
council lu accompany them Thursday
afternoon on n lour nf Inspection of thf
Capilano waterworks. Tlm Invitation
wus accepted with thnnks,
Under tlm head nf Inquiries Mr. A. II
Steacy, chairman, wns henrd on behall
uf tlm schis.l liounl in ri-Kiitd In nn nd
ditlonnl appropriation being made li
meet ilm Increased demands upon the
•.ehuol accommodations, occasioned by
th.* lorgelj Increased nltendsnce Ibis
term. Tlm sclnsil board u«ked fnr sn
appropriation ol aboui Miti". II "ns
moved by Alderman JnnL.n nml second*
isl bi Alderman Irwin Ihai the grnnt lie
made, which waa unanimously assented
to by Ihf council.
Plan "I subdivision of loll 7 nnd H,
I). I,. 616, w»- approved,
Reports oi accounts from lhe severui
committees wen poised, together with
Ilm school board's eccount for August.
Tim meeting then ruaolved   itsejf In
committee.
JAS. GRAHAME * CO.
Painters and Papkrhangsrs
Ml'KAI. DECORATORS
Grainsrs    Glaziilrs    Signs
LONSDALE   AVENUE,
OPP.  13TH  S'lREt'l'.
B*K
Rolled Oats
flocir
Hay and Feed
Seed*
ALL ORDERS
DELIVERED
ihe Brack man Ker
Milling Co.
Limited.
Harry Mitchell, local manager,
Lonsdale Avenue.
Owners nml residents nurth "f Ki-itl
mud uii Thirteenth, P'onriccinl I l-'if*
teentlt strcetts, between Jones un.l
l'.irlii-s nveune nr.1 complaining as tu dm
condition nf tin- siilfivulks lu thnt vlcln-
It)', The undergrowth uml brnckon have
iiffii nlh.will tu grow -.. thickly thnt
there Is nniy n very narrow passage way
left lit ilm middle uf tin* sidewalks, Tliey
feel thul dm council i- neglecting this
part nf thf city,
Fine, healthy Tomato and
Caulillower Plants, grown Irom
Sutton's Seeds, always on hand.
G. E. JORGENSEN
(i»ii I ..law aai B. f. I««S lamw
'moss XU8
ILIlwaia, Rrl.IgM, Wtier I'uw.n, KillnsUi.
BoperinMnil-snae ut OAnsiruetlon, m.jm, Town*
• lira. Mining I'lalUIS, Sllli IllTlllulia, .Ic.
Sll Hailing. Bl. W .   .   .   VANCOUVKIt, I. 0,
It
seems
llllll
there is
only
..Uf pi
ill. e-
lllllll
for every
iii:i
liersons III thi-
cily.
This
prutnt
hly
explains
wh)
ynu
cun
nevei
- liml
l.nirs   wl
lifii
ynu
wmil
him.
The
other
IH3
k.*f
p  li
Im  1
may ■
New
Y.uk
lllTII
l.l.
BRUCE *DODDS
GENERAL MERCHANTS
flat Iron Block, Cor. ftlh and Lonsdale Ave.
The lollowing quotations 011 our Teas will bo found interesting
to consumers ol thai beverage,   Wa arc offering
Five pounds ol Assam Pekoe Tea, U,
Three pounds Ceylon Pekoe Tea, go cents.
Three pounds Pride ol Assam, $i.
Three pounds Choice Ceylon Orange Pekoe (very line) Si.25.
These Teas were specially imported,   We ol course have other
lines, such as Lipton's,  Tetley's, Blue Kililion, Snlatla and Gold-
worth.
We arc in receipt ol anothei large consignment ol choice
ALBERTA DAIRY BUTTER
Which we sell at 25 cents per pound, well worth 30 cents per pound
In general groceries WE LKAI), as our prices will show.   The
consumer is invited to call and gel our (-notations.
if it is m oim Aim it's so    'phone 41.
BOARD OF TRADE
CONCERT A 8UCCE88
Tin- -a,I,nsls were Miss; (iibl.ings, win,
snug Braga's "8erenala" beautifully
uml gave us nn encore "Tin- Swal-
I'.ks"; Mr. K, liaiss waa in grail favor
with Ibe "Veterans' Smif," un.l sung
ilu- "Higlilnmlrrs" ns mi encore; and
Mr.- Cathrea ninl Mr. Jones in llieir
songs ' Trui* Till Dintli" ond "Tho
Cyclone." gave much pleasure in  the
cultured rendering nf their 1 1 un.l
bud in accede t.. mi encore, The ntlu 1
members comprised n qnartctl l.y
Messrs. Underwood, Dunlnp, llriantler
nml Vniitig nnd their mellow Idcinl nml
tasteful rendering ..f "Ye Hunks mnl
Braea" inn tuna li appreciated,
Messrs. Unas uml Kealy in tin 11 .Im 1
"Tin- l'il..i Bravo," were aim acconlod
nu encore Mr. Phillips, Ibo vice-prcsi
ihni 1.1 tin- board nl trade, occupied
III.- . I1.11 r nml i.|l. Ileal  llie mill ert   llllll
» few ivell ib..-. 11 remarks  mi.I   11
Worship  Mni'.r  h.-nly  ipnltc    ul    ll
C I' .se.
Induing from die crowded audience
iihieb assembled Insl inghi in hear tbe
concert by Ibe Orpheus male Voice
choir, Iho Board ..f Trade have every
reason in be pleated m the plan ol ro>
lerlumiiienls which il   intends   iiinnii
during tin- coming monlhi. Tin- pro-
gram was a varied and lengihy nne,
uml space ilnei nol permit uf n detailed
criticism nf tin items. Tin- principal
Interest centered in the choir, the high
quality "f whose   singing   wos  once
in*.r<*   ilfiiiiiiislrnle.l.    The   purl   hiiiiks
nml chorutoi "Comrades in Arms,"
"Swanca Rlvor," mnl "Kentucky
Iinin" being specially wall Ming.
PATRONIZE
the
BOARD OF TRADE
BARBER SHOP
hnsdale Avenue,
near corner of First slreet
BA THS
CIGARS and TOBACCOS
BIRT CAMPBELL
Prop.
If John D. II, It imu "inmall.
Ami su enlhrullfil n dweller
III Yutiki-flnni] In slninl thnl tine,
lie ie a rucky I'dler.
B U L B S
I mm France, llolUnd and Jspsn.
SEEDS,
TREES.
PLANTS
LOR I All PLANTING
relinble varieties nt reasonable prices.
1'erlilir.ers, Ib-ii Buppllet, Sprny I'liiupt,
Sprtvliig Mnlerinl, t'ul Fluwere, etc.
Oldest nstal.lishiil iinrmTy un the
inainlaiiil ul liriiish ('..liiml.ia.
Oatilogua free.
M. J. HENRY'S
NiiH.simis iUW siiDiiniisis.
VANCOl'VKH, B, C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
BLOCK 33
DIST.  LOT  550549
Lots in this Block will shortly
bc put on thc Market, For
Price List and Terms, apply to
S.GINTZBURGER
-UMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
161 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
Dates of Fall Fairs
0
ESTABLISHED   1MB
NE ol the oldest banks doing business in
this country.
dii Brandies iii Canada nml lhc United Slates.
A general banking business transacted.
Jllllll'} Ord6Ri IsSIH'll  payable   anywhere   in
Canada, United States or Great Iiritain.
Drafts bought and sold.
Prempt attention given to collections.
Siivinirs Hunk Drparfiiitit.—Dcpositsofft.oo
ami  upwards  received,   Interest  paid  every
three months.
Ollire, lor. Ions-Idle Ave. nnd Csplannde, \orlh Vancouver, B. C.
11   R, lit i.i i.i, Manager.
A list ol the lairs to be held this
iall in British Columbia has been
compiled in the ollice ol the deputy
minister of agriculture, In many
cases the dates bavo not been
definitely settled. The (airs will
be held at the following places on
the dates mentioned :
Nelson September iS and 19
Kelowna September 23 and 24
Kamloops... .September 19, 20,21
Armstrong .. September 24 and 25
Vernon September id, 17, 18
Salmon Arm..Sept. 30 and Oct. 1
Knslo September 24 and 25
Agassiz September 2
Maisqui September 13
Mission  September 17
Chilliwack., .September 18 nnd 19.
Delia .September 20 and 21
Surrey September 24
Victoria September 24 to s8
Langley September 25
Maple Ridge September 26
Coquitlam  September 2d
New Westminster..October 1 to 5
Richmond October .S and 9
Comox September 18 and ig
Alberni September 20
Saanich October 18 and ig
Islands September 21
Cowichan.. . .September 20 and 2!
Tho dates at Salmon Arm,
Matsqui, Mission, Chilliwack, Surrey, Richmond and Cowichan are
liable to change il necessity arises.
EVES & LAWSON
OF THE
NORTH    VANCOUVER
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Owing to change »l the lerry time schedule lollowing will
obtain:
First Sti i et
Leaving Queensbury Avenue at 5:30 a. m„ 6:30 a. m., 7:55
and five minutes to the hour until 10:55 p. m,
Leaving Keith  Road and Forbes Avenue at 6:00 a. m.,
7:00,   a.   in.,   S;25,   and   25  minutes   past  the   hour
until n 25 p. ui.
Lonsdale Avenue
Cars will run every vi minutes,
*KgT  All boats are met by the cars.
Motel North Vancouver.
brand
Tourist
Kesorl
Up to-date
Kates:
J2.00 per
Day
and up
Special
Kates (or
Families
ami
Regular
Hoarders
Ferry Serviic Every Hall Hour lo and from This Hotel
to Vancouver. P, I arson, Prop.
Roost our business houses.
The athletic club meet on Monday night.   Important business.
About the time when a man
reaches the age when he has time
to read, his experiences have been
so much more thrilling than th<--e
found in books thai be can't find
intcn st in them.
Found.—Championship medal
Apply lo T.  Mc'Donoiigh,   Firsi
-ii.. 1.
I... 1 A three-months-old fox
terrier puppy; black patch over
right eye and same at bast ol tail.
Please return to II. M. Kllis, 13th
Iln  (, opposite St. John's church.
Wanted -A lady to  represent
one ol the oldest houses in the
United States and Canada. Call
at room 2, Thompson block, Lonsdale avenue,
Lost—A gold charm in the shape
of a Maltese cross, with three
links engraved on one side. Finder
will please leave at this office.
Oul lnre we let Ilm owners nf the
ship frmii which Chinese escape il» the
worrying,    Sydney authorities   please
iiule.
Capt. 0. Rynning, of the steamer
Skogstadtt, now in port, was the
guest ul Capt. Stevens, ul Moody
villo, on Thursdny. He also spent
a lew happy hours iu this city.
\
Have a number ol enquiries lor close in Business Lots,
especially un the Esplanade, lirst and Second Streets;
more especially west of Lonsdale Avenue.
N. li.—To Owners : lt would be greatly to your ad 11 (ge
to list with us exclusively any prope " you mny ( sl to
dispose of in the above described locatio . at once.
PHONE 6
P.O.BOX 43
EVES & LAWSON
THOMPSON BIOCK
IONSDALI   WIN! I,
Bttwren [spl-made .nd flrsi St.
NORTH \ AM'IHWR,   f.C.
LEARN TO SHOOT
Sport (or young and old.
New lilies; latest electric
targets
Fife's Gallery, un.50.?i°iv.nu.
FAIRBANKS MORSE
GASOLINE MARINE ENGINES
Rainier Beer^
Is n glorioui beverage -quenching ond
Batisfying. Remember tliero'a no other
"jusi u- good"—insisl mi golting Rainier.
PACIFIC  BOTTLING  WORKS
Vancouver, is. C.
li 1111! 11
Three pi        Ceylon 1 a, a 5.1 pi r pound Tea, \\,...
Dairy Buttei  Choice, 25 ci nls por pound,
R( ! Sain 1 n, hall -,   md tins, j ci nts per can.
Mai - ironi I 1 cents pci box,
Checs. 1 I     1 r 35 cenl
Corn Sl it     "ni
Pork .in' Bi am . iwo. ans lur 25 ci nts.
Ch;- ken, Iwo po 15 ci nts.
J. Xa McMILLAN, Grocer
COR ESPLANADE AND LONSDALE AVE
NOTICE
OF
APPLICATION Mill Min(HXti
UIOHT-OF-WAY
M0T1CEIH IIKIIKIIY GIVEN POR.
■^ SCANT in Hectlon 20, ol llio
"l.iiiul Act Amendment Act, IW,"
l.y iln- undersigned, which i» n holder
ni a Bpoclal Timber License, Unit the
undersigned intends, thirty days niter
uti in. nml tiri-t publicationulthlsnotlco
lo apply to the Chief Commissioner ul
Liuiilii and Works lur authority to construct chutes, Humes, roads or other
works lor uso in getting oul timber from
tho limits covered by a license hei.I hy
tho applicant, across and upon the fnl*
lowing hiii.li.. iiHini-ly:
.Ml nml singular iimt certain parcel
ortraclol land and promises, situate,
lying and being In the Province ol
ltritu.li Columbia,In the District ol New
Westminster, being composed "f p..r*
limn, uf District Lota 1058 and 1054,
mul which may be mors particularly
kn.iwn and described as follows, tlmt
la to aay ( Beginning at tbe point of intersection ol tho center lino of the Mc
Nalr-Fraser Lumber Company Limited1!
proposed logging right el wny and the
westerly boundary of the (Southeast
(Quarter ot District Lol 1004, aald point
being north distant 5,38 chains Inun the
southerly boundary ol the said ilihtriei
Inl, thence In a N. 40dog, 85 min. K.
direction, 8.34 chains more ..r less to
Um point ul Interaection ol tlm said
.-.oiler line with Um ni.rih boundary ol
thoaouth weal quarter ol I'iHirh-t Lot
ltt'ii, snid point being dlatanl I.OOchalna
Irom tin* westerly boundary ol the i»id
lot. mul having * uniform width on
either aldo ol the aald center line ol 20
loot, nml containing BO ion acres, he tin-
-ninn more ur Iota,
Dated at Vancouver, ll. 0, thla 2(ith
lay of August, A. D, 11)07,
Ml Naih-I'iiisiui l.t'Miuiit Co., Ltd.
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE, OK
CALL AT OUR WAREHOUSE AND SEE ENGINES
THE CANADIAN FAIRBANKS CO.
 LTD	
MONTREAL TORONTO Wl.N.MPKM
VANCOUVER,   101   WATER  BTREET
Mabelle Williscroft
PIANO TEACHER
Specinl ntteiilion given to  fingering
and tone production.
Studio:   Second cottage, Sguth Seventeenth, l.oimditlo Kant.
11
Auctioneers
Accountants,    Auditors    General
Commission Hrokers
Ri ol Islnle Aim nts
leiiujinnu.
Tki.ki'Iionk 1) 2102
W. NICHOLSONLAILEY
ARCIilirCT
Temnorary Office—F, Cudney'a
l'nint shop, Esplanade.
North VANCOUVER,  B.  C.
Parrinr-Sergoniil James Vales
carriage huildis      general smith
Horse sHoeiNo a specialty
uruknt casks apply
sixth street Ponder Street
Nurlh Vancouver      Vancouver, B. 0.
II. II. Tarx, Mgr.
Sizlli Slreet, NORTH  VANCOUVER
THE  SOCIAL
1 'i i'i 01 oi -. 1  01 1 11 r
'PHONE vsii
I'lilli-rlioiia. II.. sp Ili'lillllK.I'll-.
All K lllal-aal llll|a Sll|.|a|li',l |,l> Slmrt S • a 11C f
II. Win.lam
OIHcea 20 Powell St.
VANCOUVEI!, 11, C.
FOR BEAUTIFUL.
Residence Lots
FRONTING ON
"OTTAWA GARDENS"
APPLY TO-
111!
543 Pender Street, Vancouver, B. C.
Hv itn Solicitors,
Martin, Craig & Bourne,
PROGRAM!
1. Investments in Real Estate to  lie  profitable
sliould include some of North Vancouver's
best lots and acreage.
2. A North Vancouver firm for North Vancou
ver investors.
li. Buy at headquarters of the oldest incorporated
Heal Estate Co. with chief place of
business in North Vancouver.
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO. Ltd.
Corner Lonsdale Ave. and Fifth St.
TKL. 15 NOKTIl VANCOUVER
If you arc going to BUILD
or do any ALTERA I IONS
consult ns nml we will
save you MONEY,
Plans, Kc,   prepared  for any
style house. Estimates furnished
I
BUILDERS     6th St., West
A. H. MACPHERSON
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
NORTU   VANCOUVKII, •  •   •   II. (.'.
Ollice litiio-.*  iiiiiI -tur  liuildini* a
apeflaltyi
Ollice—Corner Lonmlule mnl wider-
front.  Tel. 3.
J. W. HALMAIN
CIVll.   l-.M.IM'.llll
AND  Jin III I la'   1
Plans, (InmitilicH, Levels
Superintendence ol Construction
l-'oliRTii Ntrrxt, ''winkii LoftaDALR ATI.
NORTH  VANCOUVKII.
When you want
a job of Painting
or Paper Hanging
or Kalsomining
done.   See
Hardy & Stoney
Sixth Street
NORTH   VANCOUVER.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Tii-ant Mark*
Designs
^^^^^^^       CoevmoHTs Ac.
A la...a,a, .r, 11,.j n .V,..a la .l|.| ala-.r, a M I.,., „,»y
in'' -a, ...aciiitlii i.nr ni'liil.tn (r.e whether .1.
Ill.ttlltl'ill '- IP.''.'.Iv |aa.|pii|i,ii!.. 1 . 11.la.aa.ilra
ii.,.,. ,iti.Ily ■..ll.i.'i II..I ll'NIHIOtlK.illl'.lrnl.
If.it frpi». lH.li.al .a-.nry luraprurliiK P.I.11U,
I'nl.lll. 1 a" 'a   * 1. r.... a-1 a   Maii.ai A I   -   reClri
IV" a   ' aa, '1.7. -Hia aalll !*l.r**l», 111 tll*}
Scientific American.
K hfindtanmelT IllmtttlWl WMfetfi   [*t|tf dr
iin,■■'! nf r'.t M-latitlflft lnurnftl.   '; < -n ■. fl t
1 Imir rm.nih>.|L floUbyull npwmlcnltsri.
V-*L(KMPJV
Dmncti Office, ■» t hi . Wiuhlnitim, n c.
Thk Express, $i a year.

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