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Volume 111
$l)t Ihpxm
NoitTif Vancouver, B.C., May 13, l'JIO
Number in
Proposed Widening of
Lonsdale Avenue
The  city council   will  veiy
shortly be approached with  i
recommendation     Irom      th
Board   ul  School Trustees  to
M ideii   l.uiisilale Ale.  l,i lhc full
wnlili ni inu ieet between .'is
and j.'inl streets, At presenl
l.uiisdale An*, narrowi don n to
*i i>>< liml street from the north
side ul 2ist street, north tu tin
iai limits, nml tin- proposition
nmi under way is to take
i .1 oll ihe nest side thus 111.1k
Ing ilie avenue a uniioitn ft'ldih
liuin     llu-   walcllioiit    In     111
north side ul .-jinl itreet.
The property affected in  ihi
iiist.iine is lot i recently so.i
ii,    l'A-Ahleiiiiall   Yoiin-;,     tin
si iioui grounds and the laid
purchased portion woo owned
in Messrs. A. F. Furry, A. B
i,aile\ ol Vancouver, and U i
Walker ui Korth Vancouver, ex
tending Iran the norther*,
boundary ol tin sihool lauds io
lhe corner ul :jiii1 strut.
The school hoard is willing
iu dedicate the necesaaiy iu.
nil along tin liuin ul ilnn pro
peril, .nnl .tlessis. run,  Bar
lev and Walker haie intimate
to ihe school trustees their as
sent  to tile same ml oll     (loin
tlieir property, and it, therefore
leaves lot one, the old \ oun«
property, now owned by K. w.
Gibson,  undecided to bring  i
l-ollt    lllis   lell   desirable      iill
provement.
1 he suggestii II ul ih.s pru
position uas Iiul iiiuiili.I aim
shaped into a deliniti pi, n at ,.
meeting ol the school l oard and
the inn purchasers ol lots |, 5,
fi and ;. block -'"', ll I. 515,
-ailed lor iln- purpose ol .n
ranging In   t   itreet i ctwten
their   liluik   alld    tin-      sel	
gioandi A mutual agreemeo
in this regard a ss arrived at
and it was thai the citj th n iti
* a i iiuiii iln* siliuul landa,
ami tin* syndicate vs hat, making i street ta tni in width
through irum Lonsdale Aw to
Cheaterfield Ave.    This will al-
-.ii Ik- leiullimelliled In I Ile lulin
iii In ihe board.
Council Will Meet to TLp   fl   T   D    at\A   Ififi May Queen Querries
Consider Estimates     ■ HC   V«  I. In  ClIIU   £\9\J       and Answers
i        BUSINESS LOCALS
Jack 1,unlet uud N. Lull <l iK
The city council will unci in D   '1 C      'J    '        D     L T       £      M  c    The Kditor is in receint oi i
the cit, ha., tuisevenin, i„ Railway Considering Purchase-Transfer Not ]lsl „,    °s with *£;
committee of the whole to consider lhe estimates lor the
year. A resolution to this eflect was pissed at lasl Monday
eveningVmeeting and the di-
liberations this evening as regards the distribution uf tins
vears expenditure and the rale reports   that the Grand, Tiunk
ul taxation will bc looked (or- l'acilic Railway Company  hu
ward io. willi a great dial  ul purchased D.L. 166, a repreaen
interest by the ratepayers,
m TIDE
DISFIGURING Till-;  PARKS
Caretaker ol dtj parks Grant
luinpl.iin-. that the --Inlilts ii
Imlil  Ottawa t.al'il.lis  ami   lln
Grand Bonlevard an being do
siiuieil by children wno
Ihoughtlead] pluck ilu- Moo-
suiiis   and   ir.iuiple    over   llu
Bowel bedi and in many wayi
bring  dcatrnetioa,  to the  d li
i ale  shrubs allil  ll"lu is.   Ill Ot
i,ma Gardeni also somi min
chievotu yonngaten hau- taken
i great deal ol pleasure In
throwing rucks into Um  itone
luiiiii.mis ainl -nui onlv snhjni
ing the siime arork to diafigm
One of the lowest tides of the
j cu occurred yesterday alter
iiunii about -'.to o'clock when
the S. S. St. Georgi grounded
while making her birth at  the
l.uiisilale Aie. wharl. The cap
i,un had to hack up and steer
his boat close lo lhe east side
as possible in order that lhi
curtain might rest on the
whari.    A    straight    landing
Yet Made---Official Information
In lhe endeavor lu ascertain, dismissed the idea that there i,
.1    possible,   the   exact   truth -ll  present  any connection   Is
mth reference to the persisted   '""" lhl' l»" KWPnntaa. »'IU-
ther liis Company might uliun
aicly acquire the righti ol the
lluiie Sound, Pemberton  mi
Northern Railwav, he was nol
iii position lo state, Imt at Hi.
present iimt there is no move
unlit iii thai direction, iii,
uggestioa thai lie was doubt
I'aiiiu and later with Mr. Ju. less iullv conversant with the
P. Fill, manager lor the Uns ,„,rii-, md advantagia ol the
dak- istate.   The   information north .jhore liiorul waa met b\
elicited     through   these     inter- |,|u.     I(.-,lv    ,llat    ___    Qj_m.
views  justilies   the  conclusicn, ,,|,n,s information hi this re
that   the reports in circulation ,.M,\ \lM\ \,n.a wl,0Uy gather
have a substantial basis in lael i mmi charts and lln* lurther in
stive ul the Express lucceeded
in  lecuring an interview  witli
Mr. B. J. Chamberlain, general),
manager of the Grand Trim*
but (hat ihere is some uver
statement as to what has actually transpired. The exact
I,nls ascertainable are lhat negotiations   have    lieen   in pro*
rough) lhe steamer lo asUUUl *uss ,,,r s,""c 111<mth-s k'lw,11""
siill some leet l.oli.'lhe tikfut '"'  U   _ _'  "* ""   '•■""V
lhc Wharf.    II is slated lhat   a __*** «» ,,'fl,r,'mt'.,to "•    ''
luwer    tide    will    lake     place **• "* *■* *• "A""? **]
sume  time   in .lune,  but  .1   is W has lu,(1 "• P»««*   -
expected that llu- old Boat will llu'  pnipeity  u-nderconsidera-
have to be shifted lo the   wait
of the new wharl and some di*,
i,une tarthtr out by that tiu'.e
lu   aicomiiiodale lhe luiistlilc-
inm ol ilu- centre portion of the
new structure and that no sei-
iuiis alillu nllies will be i in min
ii-red in tha event of i luwer
tide as anticipated,
EVANGELISTIC   SERVICES
The evangelistic services con-
'Iiuiiii in Evangelists I). K.
Suill and ,1. .1. Rouse in the
largi lent, corner oi Lon .dai
Ave. and l.|lh strut cuiitiuu,
each night except Saturday ,n
S o'clock.    There will   also   be
MCCtingl   at   3.30   alld 7.In   "ll
Sunday,  ti.ii   i-ilh.   The unt is
.iipitul   and   healed,   thus   al
online comfort.   Ueetinga are ,.
, , ■ Great Norihei-u and usnii; tb.-ir
nue l    evallj-e isllc  allll   even- ,      ,,.,     ,.        ,    ■   ..
lerminala.   llu- Canadian  hoc
lluni,   however,   has  occupied
j thl Fraser river mule and   th
Grand   Trunk   Pai ilic    linds"  it
tion, The upliuli held by the
company has not yet expired.
however, The exact nature I 1
the    option   cannot   be    asm'
tained, neither how long it yet
has lu run nur what
if any have been made wiih relerence to it.
Mr. Chaffibcrlia, upon being
interviewed, entered a prompt
disclaimer of any active steps
being laken by his company It
llu- present time for the jnn-
chase ol "property for leriini:
al purposes" al Norlh Vancon
ver. Ile proeieded 10 show
that in any case ihe Grand
Trunk Pai ilic would not ba In
position to make any such pur
1 ham (or some time. Ii hM
originally been lhe intention ol
ihe ('.rand Trunk Pacific lo follow the Fraser river south (ruin
Vancouver over the lines of th
to the Express May iiu en
competition, to whiih replies
.iii requested as lollowi 1 Win
wav there no one in attendano
I to receive votes on Wednesday,
lia) (th, at ii p.m., the tii ie
.et by ymi for cloning thc con
Leal ' 2. When the votes wen
received OU your behall ainl
tealed, who opened the sealed
packets and why .' ,t. What be
came of the slips which were
deposited in the ballot boxes
certifying the numbers handed
in by the nirls oa the last
evming .' |. Aiiil in view ol
these Irregularitiai oa yom
part cm the result of the contest be said tu be valid ?
'ihe editor is pleased to ,,.
timation that lhe north slion- uinl lllt' thirty sul.siriln-rs to
would be pleased 10 Une tha* stit ntfuat the courtesy of the
it was his intention to exam- riT-ies reipieslnl.
ine lhe situation on the jjioiiial No. I. The Editor was 1101
was disposed oi fay staling that present   oa   Wednesday   after
he was leaving for the east lh.it i nuuli lur the riasuii that he was
Elder Murray Co, lire insurance
See Pierce ei Hall lor ;;uOtl
buys in all parts ol Nurlli \ an
couver. to
ilternooii, there, was not su
dent time at present but that
upon lhe occasion ol a future
visit Mr. I'liamberlin might
look more closely into the unit
ter. In 1 losing the Intervii a
thi Genera] .Manager said i "I
am not saving   that we will
not cuine to North VauiuiiViV,
bill that   we have uot vet   lo
■s  cited   our    route,   allll  do   llul
know whether wa will or m-i.
Ue mav cuine to North Vancouver, but at preselll the matter is lml decided.
The represenl,une ul the l.x
press submitted to Mr.    James
P.   Fell    the remarks of    Mr
ChamberUa with respect to D.
I,  2ats, and nlso drew attention
iii attendance at a meeting oi
thc Joint Civic Advertising
Committee, engaged in pabtu
Imsiness whiih proved to be ol
mi Important a nature that it
waa practically impossible  Ior
.nm lu get awa) . ruder tlull a must alii is he giealli appu
.1.Hid lhe kindness ol Mrs. I.
. llall in ailing as his n-pre-
lentalive, in receiving the sub-
icriplioo envelopes, sealing
ihem up iu separate packages
and depositing in thc ballot
boxes a slip i.illing |,,r the re-
.piiiid number ol ballots in
.-aiil iasi-. By this means all
parties wele Used exactli alike
ill p.lilies auepted the .ilr.ill-
-UientS and It was lair lo   ull.
tend
to a report in a dailv paper 'Jinslioii No. 2. The contents
and datedi at Ottawa affirming ol the ballot boxes ill Miss
the purchase of lhe piupiiti bj luihs and iit the l.eollaid
the railway company. I 'pun Sale Compaay'l sion- were col-
being asked if there was ,,ii\ leetad as on every other on a
wn u( rceoni'iliiig lhe suin simi ihriuighoiit the campaign
nigh contradictory itatemeuu by the minor, and ihose in iln
I'ell   staled   that  some months "ihn   liallol   Ixives  In    Mis.  I
ago lhe matter of ll-     pui chase
"! I)   I.   tM from tbe I,uiisilal.
estate bv the l.l,Hid  'lillnk   Pa
liin was opened between lhi
two parties and that since lhat
time the railwav company had
had lhe matter under consider
ation, Iiiit as vet the tranafer
had not actually I bean made
I'poll ln-ing aski-d how much
longer the option ul the mm
p.rm  had Jo run Mr. l-'ell   did
HANK  MANAGES RETIRES neceeaary to make other arran-
  gelllellts.       The      iplestirill     ul
Mr.   A    It. Chapman   fur   a P*** is 'll1' all Important om
considerable   length   ol   time -"1(1  ]\" company,   s.ud    Mr.
manager ol thc local brunch ol Chamberlin, had not wet  fixed
the Hank ul UNA   lm. handed. "P""1  «*at   Ihey  considered   .1
in Ins resigiiat.mi  und  Intends desirable    route    from    Fort not leel justified   in   divnlgin
retiring (rum ilu-sen in- alto  George to Hurrard Inlet.   I'n-1information   to that   atint
geiher.   Mr. Chapman hu been til 1 bis mattK ia decided  his "The matter  thai   si amis a-.
ven favorably known on th Uompany would not lie in 1 po   as lollows," said tin inter* eu
N,.nh shore in his ollicial ca  nition to determine upon aanit- er: "The ('.rami Trunk  Pacilii
p.nlli as the head ol lhe loial able loialiull [ur lerillin,lis. Ill l-lailw.ii holds all Option
Hank ul UNA, and his Con , nply tu an observation to thl in some form mi I). I.
duii ol the   business   ol  bin effect  that  it was thought ia 266,   but    that   option   hai
1  in ..i'lc   was   such mat  lie
inciii, bui spoiling ilu- tape ni'1
Ii iliai In-  baalaoma quartan that the  Howe
lhe plliniblllg Wolk I he ill H
aiilhiiiillcs ale miisidi 1 inble tu take ll tllise depl eda
bb to take ll these ibpieila
liulls du not  nasi* al  nine.
I'llsl
won main iriends in lhe
iuss fraternity and also pri -
1 aieli who will be sorry to
hear uf his retirement. Mr.
1-'.   F.   Salesbiirv has been   ap-
pointed in Mr Chapman s po
.ninn ami will assiiiue  charge
al  .111 earlv date.
1-KRRV ARRANGEMENTS
twinning htondai, Ma) iftth,
ENOrNBERH COKING
\li   K   ll Thompson, tin n
pert  eiigiiiiei  oi Beattk who
has   Uui   invitul In   this   1 ilv
lu be a   iiiuiibcr of a loiiiinis
sion ol engineers lo sittlc  iln the lern steamei  Nurlh   Van
matter ol glades ull  lhe   tinlth COUVCI    will  add  all  >\lla    trip
and   suulh   sineis in ihe   iiii 1,1 lm piisiiu schedule, baling
alung the lines laid down in thi Korth vancoavn al i-' i.s and
engineer's report ol 1007, In es Vancouver at 1 o'clock am.
peeled    to   arrive    (tetania) The N. V. City Fcrrka has
inui mug wlnn In- will be made chartered the steamer Delearrs
a gmsl ul iln- ,Uv lur   three ui [ur    Mav    '|th,   and   together
Imir dais ur until the   silling «jth    the    other     two    ferrv
of   the iiililliiissioli ibises   and steamers expect  to be able   to
lhe    report    and   leiomineiida maintain a lit111-11 iiiinule sihe
lions are made,    Citv l-'.ngi-n dole on  that dav.   ArTangj*|«tl«ii interested to ha prei
ent. It is anticipated   that   tht
celebration   this  vear  will   hi
Sound,   Peniberloii and  North
not
has
ul
it   ut
expired,     neithci
Ih en  tukin   up.
ein Railway was in some  a*aj  Mr  Pel! arrecd Ihal nch  w.s
aaaoclated    with    the  Grand in efiect   the litnaUaB it   lh
Trunk Pacilii-,   Mr. ITuiiiibi br,  present lime.
DOMINION   DAY  CELEBRATION
POI.H'l-. I'til'RT
A preliminary meeting lor
the purpose ul disuissilig ari.ui
gementl lur 1 lu- ist oi Jul) ci
lebi,iliuli was held in the 1 t)
hall lasl evening when an In
formal disillusion took pi 1
Tin attendance was thong In to is alleged lo U- lhi ontcoi *
Thru    lltinese   I,sll   |«'ll il *
Yip Ilm,  l.ie I-.it and l.im i ip
ippi,Hid    beluie    Ills    \\,,i*l,,|,
tl.n.'i Ua) in ibe polio '
ilns iimming charged with    i
bm luili   carrying i n ilu Insl
in ss ui  iish peddling • on 1   -*
In tin- civh Inlaw     The  ■ »*
,1
hardly warrant any definiU
tion being taken iind it was id
ji-nniiil    to   next     Weilni-sil 11
evening   when   an i-iirnest invitation   is   cxliiided   lo all   lb
eer   Clements of  Yaliiuiiwr   is  nu-nls   blVI   alsu   been   p.ntlv
als,, 1 member oi thi commii Iconcluded (or chartering an ad
sion  and  Engineer  Hanes ol ditional boat lot Banda) aftei
Norlh Valiiouver.     It is Intel   nooOJ    during      the    summer
rating to aoti thai Mr. Clem I months,
iiils was 1 number oi iheniin	
mission in 1907 when the grad
■ iii'stion was a public bum-   , l.K'KNCK   COMMISSIONERS
contention. MEETING
No LIMIT TO LICENSES
It is must probable thai tin
special uniting ol the   I.iienu
The    i)uiiiiiii"ii   government Commlaionin   (or   this iitv
Will not   ihis seasuli ilib'iie    a  will be tailed   lor Mowlav   af-
limitation ol boat fishing   li- ternoon in the city hall.   ''
■ a establish 1 boal rat   Maun announced ihis feci iiiii
in   loi  '.mucins on the nor   morning on the condition that
llulll    mast    u|   Hritish  I'ullllll     ll   u ..iilil   be  culiiellient   lor     ill
bia. according to i wall luund- th,* memberi "l Um board lobe
ed report in lirculation. preaeat al that tune.
carried on on very extensive
lines and the sooner mini it
lees are arranged and a programme lormnlatad the easier
ami more efficient will the wurk
be 'iiioinplislied.
a Complaint   made h)   the local
hsh dealer,  Mr   Floj-d, al   lbi
lasl muting ol the iin couuril
that I'hillese pullers nil, lloiU
business  111   1 lli% litv   Without   I
license   ad   in nun coinpl anei
With  the illv   regllliitluiis    'Hns
morning  time  Orientals  each
' unilig  I basket   will   *.-. 1111.
rd  ill  bv  the poliie Mil  ll
1 on   rnirgi preferreil   * .1 n I
'h in,   Th,   tiai.,1   asked th
il   thei   wanted to p.n  ihe   li
cense and on receiving thc an
nrer "No" he ordered then
back tu Vancouvei   Tt* '■
pruMibil 111   the   Inlaw    ll
eaat ol transient pedlen is
the rati u| Ss a dai, f 1 I Week
of IS** I  "•!'
I llall l.lleslioll No. ,. The
alips 1 ailing loi ballots slgllc-l
In iln editor were lotnnl bi
llllll in lluse Ikixis. The naled
packagis   1 oiiiainnig   sub crip
lioll illiilopcs lell a Itll the ul
iiui mii upi ind In him aiiil
compared wnh the slips m iln
ballot Uixes. They were loiin.
to  tally  willi  om- exception,
"lie   ul  Miss    He,oil's siibsuip
nun laiiilupcs calling i"i iiiii
II lutes lot u new Sllbsclll el
whu w.is luiind b]|  lhe idlloi lo
in 1 renewal and ■ tea voti
ballot Instead ol a thirty vou
ballot was .11 corded her. Tin
iilitor dull signed ilu ballots,
the   ilaims   u|    (he   Candidal!
in ii written in bi \lis  ib
lor  Miss   II, aid,   and   hi     tt    I
l.l" II   lul    llll*   llllll I    1 .lll'llll.ila  ..
su thai the editor did llul Willi
lhe lialile ol any lalulid.ile on
anv     ballot     throughout    tin
campaign,   These btulota wen
dull    pi.illll   III   laige   iliu 1
1 lied up and h.iiuiul with ilu
uthi is to ilu- committal to hi
lulllllid One ol llll slips ll.l-
I I   in   a  ballot   buv    w h    1
la.niinis mn- collected bv Mi *
llall Tin editor signed lhi
propel ballots (ur this li
Ihnisd.ii iiioinin. , h.iinlul
iln III lo lbs H.,11 whu 11 roll
the name .>| the candidate ut
ilu ballots anil 'li Iim led lliun
I., the luiiiinitiu- 10 I* counl
"i Vacation No. 4.   The i
lails Iii see when lliele Wl Tl
mi    lingliliiritlis.     The    slip,
taken in 11 in 11 ssjtatid  11 ih
liliiatioa   which urose.       I In 1
\ure taken with the lull know
md '"ii 'iit ami with tin
parliil|Milioii    of   all     paftll
l he editor in dnididly oi   ih.
'nuuli that the  leader  I
lined  her clu lion lv dint   ul
lithfnl   w,,rk and i.s Iullv   111
i'h.I tO llie nnilli'!'   lad -
ni'ii'    "I    ihe  results      As   l"i
ilu   pri/es   "ilcred   by   the Rl
these have In en dulv   ul
and ntnl i en is
-   "'"tulaniT with ilu- n
raits.
The  Ladies'   Aid  u(  lhe   \l*   h
ixlist   iiiiiiiii   iii I.vnn    \
will huhl a iiiiueii and
011 Tuesdav evening. Mai   1 th, ■                         —
at S o'clock i-i thc I.vnn Y.rlcv P.H. Oartilg of VaieoUVi           tll   !•   I-    Sail slim, tin new
llall.   A good programme iai completing the bnilding                 •■ ol tin- local branch ol
heen provided  Tea. wndwiihei fine bungnlon on his i*         B.Jl \ . hag t,,kcn ap bis nal
,unl i.ike will be served   Tn I • I s pun haa d  ptu|„ 111   ,,i,                                 .,11     ,,,,1,    *|,,,l      in    Iiii
:si. Tin* 1 ars will mn all  ihi bun  Avenm   mm   Councill ■       . i" .-nth lold 1*1 Ki Dai
tttf.                            i" Bridgman'i natnhnca,             \msiold.
I-l,OR ISTS Simpson an.
Wight, lhe local llorisii,   ban
up.ind   a   llomr  store .n   ft
Ini isuii   and    .luUcs    pail 1
l,"l' dale   All .,    wh.ie    |V.t|
thing   111  the cui llow.r   1 u
plains, sieds, etc., c.n l.c
had: 11
I-'OR    SAI.K   Large    Uu-.ri
n I   folding   bed,   large  Mii
cost t'i, will sell b,r >.v Ap
ply Mr. Humphreys, cor. dies
tiiluld allil 15th slieel. In
WANTED in  Sorth Vancl
ui, si ii mg by the Aa\. Addiess
G. I). ('.., Kxpress Office.       fi)
WANTED  Good iliong gin
liuiise wurk and washing liom
II a.111. to 12 noon. Apply R.
C. Hooper, Ottawa Gardtns, 10
FOR SALE - Good Milih
Cow with young call. Apply
Km Second street West.        io
Want lu Kent    a 1 m   | room
iniaiishi'ii cottage, Appu 0. t,
Pratt, Palace Hotel, to
Sec Pierce .v liall, tnd strict,
1 ast   ful   lhe  largest    and    besl
lists ui iluse in t apilano acre
agi un Government roa la. An)
sl/e panel vou want. to
POR SALE Suri'iis, Siov,.
la.111 hubs, A1 baker, uiilv used
siv weeki.   Apply AI. C.,   1-a
pless Ollue Io
ii'Mvi iii Hlock 30, D.L '
splendid vice, si:s, caah $175.
S.'ilh   l,.ilisdale,    loo It. COT-
P950.   .lack l.oiilel, Tel |;
I-OR   SAI.I-.     Jersey Cow,
freak   in    Apply  15^ Fourth
atreet. 7
A  Proclamation
The City and District Councils
have a|ipointed I" inlay, the 20th
day ol May nexl, as a day of
general mourning lot thr loss sustained by the nation in the death
of our lair Sovengn Lord King
Edward Vll, and do invite sll
rili/rns to ohvrve said day as a
day ol grneial mourning, and lo
attend a Joint Memorial Service
lo be held in the Horticultural
I iall, or Grounds, at 2.30 o'clock
in the afternoon of lhe .aid day
in honor ot Mis Late Map ly,
By order
WM. H. MAY.
M.ii'.i
JNO. Y.Mr NAUGHT.
Reeve
a in im -
Memoridl Service
! AM. NO I III   ihal in
1 "lilin lion With llir jollil Mem
orial Sen in t,a |« held in lh<-
I loiluullui.il Hall, or on llu
Grounds, on I miai aflrrnooii
nexl, Msy 20th, lli« Worship
Mayor Msy and Keeve McNaught hnrliy fci|urj| n-presenl-
aiiie. from sll ihr Uiutchrs,
I "ial ami I ialirn.il SocJCajei,
Shools, Orders and Cham in
thl I itv and Dislnrl. lo m*rt in
ilv I itv Hall, on lursdai, m
17lh inst, at fl p.m., lo mike
final arrangements fm  ndei M
By oidei.
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
( in (Ink
I-,    tt    lullii I   has |*'ii,|l.. .
,i   lln   11111111 ,,| 1 ■ I
ami Chesterfield A-i
Irom Mi    I'uiv Ward THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
The Canadian Home
Investment Coa, Ltd.
(Incorporated 1910, Under the Laws of British Columbii.)
I   R  SEYMOUR, l'u sid. in*
|ESSIE G  MILLER, Msmging
I lirector.
C G. VAN HOOK,   Directoi ol
Aei ni ii 1
Directorate
J. R. SEYMOUR, "i Si imiour,
Allan, Ston *' I sir, Financial Agents, I mi ouvi r, B.C
MAJOR I i'1 1 F STUART,
Vice, President ei i larke .\
Sin,ill Co Ltd., wi
itationi 1 Directoi B.C. Refining l "*- Ltd Preiidi nl
1; 1 -\ **l Pulp md Pipei
Ca., l.ul.; I'io a; 1 Provim ill
[nveitmenl C" . Ltd., Vancuuver, ll.C.
JAMES \. HARV1 Y, K.C.Bu-
riiter, \ mi ouvi r, B.C.
GEO I. ROGERS, Merchant,
Iati .it 1 ranbra It, B* ('.
J. II MUR1SON, D
Canada Mim 1 Co., Ltd.; Di
:- ial 1'rust .Vi
I.uuh 1 . Ltd., \ .nn inner,
l;i
SSE    'I all    I     *     a,       I'll'  *  la.I   III
Kn ...      island  .dun
Devi lopn 1 nt   Co.;   loi 111 rlj
S * in  1 in  Si
II im '
WILL BUY YOU
A HOME FOR
$1000, $2000, $3000,
$4000     or     $5000
w
Solicitors
\\ l.i Hi & IIAKU.Y. Imperial
Bank   Buildingi   Vani
i* i
Depository
llll, BANK OF TOkONTO,
Vam ouvi 1. B.t.
Return Payments $7.50 Monthly on Each $1000.    Seven
Per Cent. Simple  Interest   Pei Annum,   Payable  Monthly.
Before Borrowing Money to Purchase a Home, You Should Ask Yourself
the Following Questions, and Answer Them to Your Satisfaction. If You
Do Not Do This You Are Not Doing Your  Duty  to  Yourself-
1 Can I sea are ■ written agreement, that will definiti Ij n ttle Ihe question of ultimate cost of the loan,
ami tin* |i ngth ul time required to repay thi loan with interest ?
j—Can I s. i mi terms lhat will alien, me, with the income at mv disposal, to repay the loan without rein wi Ig s,.nn*, and taking chances of losing my heme un account of my inability lo renew the loan?
j—Where 1 in 1 lectin the loan at the 1 iwett posiiblc cosl1
4   Is thi proposition ■ tad una, snd will the plan admit ol the coinpanv keeping its promises?
J   I nn 1 ,illn.I to pav tint, «lien 1 Cal buy a home on monthly payment! less than rent ?
6 Will am pla i under whieh 1 can borrow money ill iV Bl to repay the loan at any lime, thus slop-
pinn lurther intt-ia il
7 Will my monthly psymenti reduce the principal a certain amount each yeai, thereby reducing the
inten si }
s   is thii plan ■ lottery proposition, or is it om equitable to even penoa ?
Every One of These Questions Is Satisfactorily Answered in the
Investment   Home  Purchasing Contracts   Issued  by   This   Company.
A       iimi ment Homi Purchaaing Contracts are iaiued, costing 16 oo purchMt price, and
then after tf oo cr month duei,   Bach contract providei lot teveral Mttlemeati or options ihould the
holder deiire to discontinue hit paymanta,   At an investment the contract tuns lor eighty monthi, at
uhlili time ll guarantees lln retnin 0< I576.M lb* ibe (480.OO Wllk h Innr been paid lil as duet.    Bach
tract is entitled, in its order, to a loan ol an; sum up to '1,000.00 oul "I the accumulations to tin
: i* ierve lund, 11 hit 11 theae accumulation! ar wlBcient lor making the desired loan.    Loans
■ ■■ 1. p lid .11 my time.th is Hopping lurther interest, Mon than one contract may be earned at a time.
ren and one-half yean in which to pa* lot your homes iveragi monthly payments "I ten dollan
snd bin 1 m centi a.Mu (i 1, including both youi principal ind intereit.
Maki youi contract wilh mat once; thi ioomi you do it the quicker you will own ,1 home,
Cill II out' nice. ur. upon n qui It, we will hau  oi uur tl pri's'inatives call on you.
Head Office, Granville Mansions, 705 Robson St.   ___\ 4017   Vancouver, B.C.
MAJOR 1, DUFF STUART,
Vice President.
N. K. HELMICK, Secretary and
Treasurer.
Directorate
JOHN J* BANFIELD, Real Estate  Snd   liellil.il   lll.slll.inie,
Vancouver, B.C.
MAJOR W. It  BARWIS, Mm*
a^ei Minuiictureri' Liii ln-
_. siiiaiiu* Co., Vsucouver, B.C.
\V. 1. WH1TEWAY, Archittct,
Vancouver, HC.
MAJOR C. MiMll.l.AM, Prwi
dent   "Westnaid  Ho"  1'ul-
lishing Co., Vancouver, B.C.
W. S. MATTHEWS, Director ol
Commercial Trust and Loan
v Co., Ltd., Vancouver, lb C.
A Mikl.i IIMI-:. Vaacoaver, B,
t ; Preeident Rocheatei I'ulp
Plastet Co.. Rochester, N.Y.
N. B, HELMICK, former.) ipei
nl stent Iln- Standard Home
Co., ot Birmingham, Ala,
C  ti.  van   HOOK,   Directoi
bound Cuppei Co., ol Alaska
Local Office with
Henry & Barton,
111 Lonsdale Avenue
l.'a al Agent will be hn * ■
Saturda] Aid I noun ami bieiiin
ilao  \\ lain, idsy  l-.u ii in -^   inch
week.
dominion i-;\riai>s
LETTER ni' THANKS
The Dominion Kxpnss bast Editoi Bxpren:
opened np an agent--,   in  this d,-,,,- sn.   Will  um   kindl
.in wnh Ur   Leonard Stale  al publish the lollowing in the vol
iln-   niinii   oi   ii-         i"' nutns of your valuable paper
.md   Lunsdgle  Avi   al    which to the   i.s-..imu ,,|   North
plaei .ill ..I iln ii.iup.is     in Vancouvei who assisted on mi
- .ui ilu Sorth Shore it-Ill l-cttall in the recent Uty JJneei
in   conducted  until conditions Contest 1 wish io exprem  n
warrant   .1  separati   eslublish uneercst thanks to oBe and aii
mun and .1 11.nu              j   to MARTHA J0HAN8ON
liarge.  This mow un lhi
pari a,1 iiu- Dominion  Express
lump.nu i.iii justl} li ii.'diii'l
I,,   iln    eilorts   "i   iln    S     \
Board ol Trade who ham work
ed   /e.iluiisli    Willi this   object
in in 11 1.,, ,1 conaideral h |*i
md   and lhat ihe} havi    been
1 unin.ill\  sun,ssiul is .1 mat
ui i,,, ition to  ih,1
auspicious l«
kepi ,11 the standard institnji
.ii the outset, promises  to  11
.1 hiippi pastime lor the pat
mils ui thi class ol .iinuxcincii.
Ill  the ilH      It   then-lure,  l"    ,1
large extent, lies wiih the man
ageraent t" conduct theii bus n
ess accordingly.
\ISIT0K
I
Harris ol Sti alhciAa,
led .ii ihe Express ol
LAKCI. TIMBERS
Tn..   lUcki   "i   tniil.ii
measuring  J-ixju In  \t)
long 1 ..in.iinui); in .ni
.,1 lutnhel board measuri
hauled    .muss   on lhi    len
Wednesday to I met n el   lh"
wm   llii    I'lud'M    "I   'he
iiioui Lumber Cu 1 mill ul lbi
.iu   and were lo Is
runners lot 1 Inrgi dimki
.•in. whi.h tin luiiip.nii 1
chasing   loi   use  In lhi   haul
ini; oui ui logi io ilnn mill
Tin ninl" is will I • plai 1 '
undei the en-rim in Vancouvei
,imi the finished srtii li brought
back  again  is it   ••"
cotupli i' d
Ui
All., . 1.1
lm   ihls  week .mil huh   gavi
* • rn. ni bis opinion ui
iln progressiveneaa ol the Am
bilious l itj lie *.i.Ui.l lh.it
lie was lure l,,r the purpose "I
purcl '- nti.il
properties and had already   In
waled i"iiMdu.iiile during   tin
uw days since his arrival    M«'
\pi,   1 l  him -li ,'s   I, li
Willi   lhe   I.llnl.ible   ;. , ,lli"ll     "I
ihis .in   and  thi    unbounded
Whiih       It      I'l'ssesseal
and "I .1 u.llseipiili.i   ' .11 keil Ills
alpllll.'.l    111    lIllS    |.  * |H.  '     llilll    HI
11 sled ...ill
NI-.W   Till
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pictures  was
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LYNN VALLiLY
On Mi, 14th tha CARS will BE Rl SNINi
all.   llllllll   I-    Iall   tl'   I   i       I1 '      I •   Ul    "I
'
. .tors iiii. rest id i" I.inn \ il
ihould iccept the ibovi si souoi i nx nt
pricei will take an upward thi
\y,   j .  remukibli n
IWtNTY-tRM tTKIT, I
lhi Grind 1* *:ii' ■*.u-l whii h in in tim  .
reason 1! ■
CAMPBFJ1 & EVENSON
'1 ! a., .Me Avenue.
135a
•ma
LOCATION RESERVE
The  Provincial   Governuuni
has pi.ned in reserve .1 snip 0
land three miles in widih  be
lilun    Tele    ,I .lillle   Cihe   and I
ihe k,iilw.ii belt ai i lot ition j
territory lor the Canadian Sot I
'.him railway until their en
■ in. 11 s have definitely Bettled
lhe route ul lhe new line, lh *
nsiiie extendi down i bi oj ri- ■
ui ii"ii: Tele Jaime Cube lo
the In,ul ..! the Big Bend ol thi
I "lniiibi.i    lh,im iln new   r>
serve lorks sonth, i ihrie mile
atrip  being reserved Hum   the
pun nun 1.1 ihe  Columbii   in
Canoe riven down the Colum
bia rivet   lo lhe  boundarj   ol
iln    railway   kit    at  Larnw
A siinil.ii 1. a rvi is pi.1.id on
lln* 1.1 ii in .,1 mi ul iln Hilt, ml 1«tending iu tin* b'liiu'l.iii
,1 ih, railway I ell at Surprise
Rapids,
These reserves a ill k main
tained till lhe I anadian   Nm
iIutii engineers hue located the
branch bins Irom thi main lim
II Tele   .I,nine  Cil'lle  lo  lieiel
Inke     alld   Ci'ldill,     the   lilies
forking nt the month ol Cana
iur and lollowing the eastern
illd wesl 1111 \ jib \s ot the Cad
inibi.i lu lluse points. Thi-
meani making Revelstoke and
:'.iihleii both important railway
,11111 iion points.
li  is st.ind engineeri   will
shortly Ih-   put tu wurk la, In
ale these lilies .ilui  lb  '   with
i-n two yean construction ol
ihi railway through thi BU
Bend  to  the  north ol Ri vel
juke will be put in hand ih
pruviiiii.il government guaran
teeing the  bonds lm conitrw
tion ol   these  br,illill  lilies.
umi re o   f      t^
Large   _)
STORES  L
439-441 HASTINGS ST
VANCOUVER
1104 GOVERNMENT 5T.
VICTORIA
 ...~     .1 ,, ^iniiinifMinwm————^
WASH (iOODS
We .ue showing ,111 evteiisive range oi these goodi in
'rims, Ginghams, tihiii- .nnl Colored Muslins, Indian
IK.nl Suiting, Dinks, Piques, Poplinettea, Shambrays,
..iwns, India Linens, Mulls, Organdies, etc
i.' uuh besl ipialiu  Bngliah 1'iinls, nil colon w.ui.iiil
i last colors, usually sold (ur ise.   Our prict    li'.c.
1: niiii L;uaaii in,in 'pi,ilnn print, ipeclal  loc,
.'■s-iiiih tiinghams .md Shambrays, .ill colon  15c.
W null lb.ni Diuks, light ur dark lolurs  IJC.
Hoys' Wash Suits, Buster or Sailor Shapes.
('■Ills' Wash Dresses, iill mini's lu lil  all agtS,
H,.is,  \\.is|i HI,,uses.
11..nils'  While Wash Pusses and I'itluiules
l.li.nils'  Wash Dresses, all iul,,Is.
Indus'  I.awn W,nsls, all  immense variety     Ssi  up.
Ladies' white Muslin Underwear, all suits.
Curls' and Chibliiii's White Muslin t'lidi-nvear, ull suits
Ladies' Summer Vests,   lue Up.
We make covered buttoni   iiuiu   \uur   own material
liile ion wail. All si/is, per dozen    2.se.
.1. .). MCALEECE
KEITH HLOCK   L0N8BALB AVENUE
PHONE 93
l-.il   Sill-." I   .illd   Wli* el 1     alld
Wilson    Sewing Machimi   and
.    iall  at   .ur   office,
The .1. .1. McAleece Dry C.a,,xls
stote, ')=. Lonsdale \-1     ai,,
limit's sold bu 1.1 b "i nn .as)
payment   lyitem, ll.e sm^er
eot' Bt wing M ichlne Co
"in ind two inch culls
S6\00 |)cr
1000 ft.
in our yard.
SEYMOUR LIMBER
CO., LTD.
Ihi-ii'   10
I7th Slreet, Norlh Vancouver
SEE US  FOR
SASH      DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,      ETC, ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, loot of St. George
Wt' ("ilii it a tr,.i! Iiiii n vniir I ■nlrrf h mnl I nr lariti*
ARE YOL GOING TO BUILD ?
Ciime to us for thf money nun repay it
In suit Yolirsi-lf
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
wi-; 11.WK a LARGBL13TOF choice lots POB sai.k
JOHN  ALEXANDER & CO.
REAL  ESTATE   BROKERS
\2\ Lonsdale Avenue THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Dainty Summer Dresses
Pretty frocks of fine lawns, mulls and muslins, smart
linens, repps and union fabrics in while and dainty
summer shades. The display is unusually replete with
such styles as fashion favors most for summer wear.
Prices range from #5.00 and upwards; some especially good lines at $7.50, $12.50, $15.00, #18.00.
New Summer Millinery
We are now showing many bright new designs in
hats for the warm weather months—light and airy
models that feature lhe newer style tendencies. The
display is as authentic as it is comprehensive, ll is by
far the besl aggregation of summer millinery lhat we
have ever shown. Call to-day to inspect the new
models.
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
575 Granville Street.
Phone 3541
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O.K. BAKERY |
And CONFECTIONERY ♦
UKEAD.OAKKS, PASTRY, ETC.
l'i;i IT, UANDIE8,
C1U.VRS AND TOBACCOS
STATIONERY, MAGAZINES
OKKIOE SUPPLIES, ETC.
Fred. Bosquet,   Pro|).
VA Lonidale Avi
P.O. Box 13      .Phono 13
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THE LONSDALE T//ARMAC)
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUfEE   PUCES    ...
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE US A TRIAL OX YOUR
XEX7   ORDER. RHONE 2g
I'. S.  THOMAS, I'hm. B
DRUGGIST
A
NORTH   VANCOUVER
)i Acre on i.-iii-en Street, short litstanct- from Lousdale,
J.450 ;   'i caah, lialancc (1 anil 12 months.
', Acre Lot li, Hlock 7. D. L. 786, J425; JUoocash, halancc i) anil 15 months
Lot on FIRST STREET, Mcoad l-lock rast of Loaadale,
114,100 ; M.OJO ' uh, 0 anil 12 months.    A SNAP.
Corner Lonsdale ami New Boulevard, No leet on Lonsdale
.iii'l ii| hit mi Boulevard, $4,000;   '4' cash, balance
li, 12 .m.l  ll months
r. McMillan & co.
Rial Batata, Mirine   Pin and Lilt- Insurance
54 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 197 P.O. Box 155
N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1910
JULY
lit—Flower, Fruit pi Vegetable Show. Kian-
in-1 Daiiii- at nijfhl.
Prices lor rent of Hall :   Dances, Jio ; concerts
and socials, 5i2.
SURREY SOLI)
The old surrt-v, a historic re
nii-iiihraiK'e   on   the Krasi-r    it
New Westminster previous    to
the '-(instruction ol the govern
ment bridgi at that plaee,  and
for the  lasl few years  a   landmark on  the waterfront  near
the Lonsdale Gardens,   ha.s Ihtii
disposed ol by the North   Van
i-oiiver City Ferries to Mr.   I-
J, Gillespie of Vancouver for a
sum minute in proportion    to
the price paid by the late North
Vaiiiuiiver      Kerry    Company
During the past vear the   City
Kerries Company hau- beea (lis
mantling the old boat of all ll
machinery  till now it only  re
presents   n   shell, the principal
product   ol   which is  toredos
which have iindeniiilii-d the un
deiparl of the llllll lo smh   an
extent as  to make it inipossi
hie to lloat the craft.   It is nn
derslood   that   Mr.   Gillespie'-
intentions   with regard to    the
utility   of his new purchase   is
to  fix   it   up   as   a   stationery
house boat for summer   camp-
lag,
PROVINCIAL    CNIVKKSITV
The following have been appointed by the provincial j-ov-
ernment, Koyal Coliiiniccioliers
to tour British Columbia in
search of a suitable locality
where the university of Hritish
Columbia may lie erected :
Dr. Wcldon, Dalhoiisie University of Nova Scotia
Canon DntUe, Laval university of Quebec.
Dr. (). 8. Skeltoli, professor
of political science at Queen's
university, Kingston.
Principal Murray, university
of Saskatchewan.
Dr. Pritchelt, New Vork, president of the Carnegie induv
ment establishment.
On their arrival in liriiish
Columbia, the commissioners
will organize and prepare I
working plan ; thev will also
select their secretary. It is
probable that sittings of the
commission wil! lie held in
Vancouver, Victoria, New
Westminster, Nelson, and probably several other points in the
interior.
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Board ol
Trade meets the third Tuesday
ol each month, at 8 o'clock p.
>n., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the firit
Tuesday of each month. W. J,
Irwin, president; J. G. Farmer,
secretary.	
J. W. BALMAIN
CIVIL   KNQ1NBBH
tjuantiiy Surveyor and Arctiitec!
NORTH  VANCOUVER.
Save your Piano by having
an Expert  do your Tuning
T. BRADLEY-TAYLOR
260  Second   St., West
Work tinsranU-a-aJ.    Dm » |>otital mul
I'll rill.
Pianos& Organs
Tuned and Repaired
Charges Moderate.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
WILLIAM LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER .4 REPAIRER
'Pegwell" 14th st., w Forbes ave.
P. C. will receive prompt attention.
TIIK WIGWAM INN
The rapid growth of the city,
the coming influx of tonrisis
and lhe approach of summer
combine to create thc necessity
lor more hotel accommodation
around Hurrard Inlet, and up
on the Norlh Arm ol Burrard
Inlet this need it being met by
the erection of the Wigwam lan
at lhe mouth of Indian river
SUPREME COURT SITTING*!
°f'0 C. F.JACKSON, 13th Street
n. .SNOW, ftecretari).
A L B .\ A X DER F. R H ILLY
Teacher o(
Artistic Pianoforte Playing
North Yancouver,   Saturdays
Studio Address, 939 Davie St. Phone R.5732.
The Nelson sittings of the Supreme Court as a court of assize and nisi prius, over and
terminer, and general jail delivery opened last week, His
lordship, Chiel Justice Hunter,
presiding. The original date
was Tuesdav, but a wire received (rom his lordship directed
the change. Two 1ri111111.il
cases and live civil ca'scs were
mi the calendar. R. "S. I.t-nnic
f Nelson proseciitetf in tlu*
criminal i.ist-s Ior iln   crown.
1UKTII
Mr. W. I,. Boult., of the Intu
of Hressey, I'ecrs 'nntl llottlt ol
this city, is tKe recipient ol
maiiv loiigr.ituUtinnls from bb
friends on the occasion of the
birth of a son on Monday, Mai
wth al the l.imilv riisidcticc nfl
15th street.
ROSSLANE1
Tin iitv council hau made I
donation ot Syo towards thi
Improvement oi the cty park.
POUT MOODY
The National Finance Col
panv of Vancouver hnve 1"
* based the property of the Rl
ersoii Lumber Co. a-tid of Mi
srs     Ki«e   and Aberuethv,   '
whole occupancy,   i^cou v. r
naterfn ntage on the. south   1
t  Hurrard   Inlet  and an   It
"I .iiunii .So  acres.      The   pri
was $600,000.
VICTORI. 1
Victoria is conten- iplalin*- el
tending her 'sewer,e ;e nvsleW
towards which the 1 oumil will
place  a big loan bv l-.iw   '    "lv
tlu ratapayeri verv - mon
All new houses should be piped for gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure for this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT 4
POWER CO., UNITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
E. DOWIE
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Plani, Specifications, Estimates
P. 0. Box 27, North Vancouver
A. FARRO
General Contractor
l.iml Clmring, Stamp tnd Rock
Blaming. Extn mrt nur Iioumi.
All dtm.g.i made {ood.
EMPLOYMENT     AORNCT
• nd St.   WHt of Loaaavl.l.
P.O.Bex 11
All kinds of
Lumber
Mouldings
-Sash and
Doors, Etc.
Very cheap
.Willi iwoiiB
LUMBER CO.
MILL AND OFFICE
Biplaeade, East
l'lione H5    Nortli Nancouver
■II11111HII11M1111111111111 IH
i
Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods
Gent's Furnishing: and Fancy Store.
..   Cor. '.'ml and Lonsilalr Ave. Entiiblinln-d IKK Naphoaell   aj.
Mourning for His
Late Majesty
King .Edward VII
Black Goods    -    2 yards (or 25c
Violet Goods   -   2 yards for 15c
Have You Been a Winner Yet ?
Have you won a set of mir dishes?
Wlit'thcr you havt- won I set of ilishcs or not,
you are still a winner if you have heen using
Royal Standard Flour
] |The numbers draws for April are :
77760    9ll9ii   83846   99999   9S7M
9383G    59560    85730    98330    86639
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co. Ltd.
Vnii-iHivi-r,    B.t'.
PIONEER BAKERY
WALKIR 1 HIIMIR, Proprietor*
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
Try our XXX Brown Bread. Daily delivery in ill parti ol city
Phone K and 54
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & flth St.
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ONTENTKI)
USTOMERS
ARRY
ONVICTION
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OURTEOVS
IVIL1TY
ONQUERS
ONTRARIXHSS
For  onion   and [xitalo  setts  also  flower   seeds   ol
best quality.
HALLS GROCERY
PHONE 189
Cor St. ftforje - t 8th Street
N VANCOUVER
CRANRROt )K
Cr.itiln.-nk will I (ion borrow
Sion,on,, jn order t o in-' ll I
sewerage, system.
Less Than Mile from D.L 266
(Purchased by the I •       H I    IA3Q
G. T. P. R'lway Co.) LICS U.L. IU3V
1 can offer in thai District Lot the Mlowiag 1*4 Acre Bloiks ll the iilil |ine.
Block 37, 38 and 39. $860 each; $100 cash, balance ii, 12 and 18 months.
Block 10 (curnerl |375j .?1<K) cash, balance f>, l'J and 18 months.
Block 60, '; acre,  fl1"-, |100«ajh, balance 6, 12 and 18 month-.
Jack Loutet
213 Lonsdale Ave.   PUr 47.
Bramh: Corner Lonsdale .ind Nu .   PnOtM 87 Ml*; EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER. B. C.
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Lstrn uo Timsi » Soricas—Ml day*, |S;
Ndsyi, |?.0u
I.suai. Ani tsriiiso   Firat luawrlios. 10  •*'•"'
through the good will ol the C,
P.R., but bj joining hands with
iln- North Slion hj meani ot
ilu- Bridge und Tumul and an
elutriiied  circular railway the
whole   Solllll    ShoTI i.ili  he    ill
eluse touch with thc man)
miles of free seaboard and i ,oo-
,mes oi tnl, ilati lor docks,
warehouses and clevatori on
lhe North Shore
Regarding    industrial    to a
lions, there are uianj  nd isi i ivs
ibsolulel*.   require to  1
An Acre on Lonsdale Avenue
for $1,100. This property I iai well to tinsmith uml went, ami will make r lovely
homesiie for anyone wishing i large piece
ol  ground   and the amenities therewith.
I). L. 205   A oil-foot lot for |BO0 cash.
D. L. 2M   Lot on car line (Ith Stmt) for $1,600
ELDER MURRAY CO.    i
I* a.Hlf n  Horll    l,',l,,'"'ll''l I'liaall,*   ISM  \"la'*"IIU*l
niii,-, ilniirs ii a.m. tohJ) p.m.   open Rvsnlnaiby appointment
After iiHiii- limns, phoai I.lll'
cenl. |»*r i | imll iuWqn-.nl n,n*r*
tion, K. I'l-r line.
||4MM   Nail,..   |\    |,.*a u     N, ll.  i ul
iKs'a —10 a**- ii- [a.r liii.*,..ii*li luta-rtlutl
OoSTSArt  Am, iiii-i.ni m«    HstM  nr-
ringed srcurdiui i" ipsci taken,
All i*la.UIU'- ill fOIIIITaCl ;l' I V.Tt l-a-l11. ii i *.
mun I"* in il"* ii.ni'i- "I lln* |*ni,,' I 1.1
Wldnnds* eveningUieiiiiira-publii ution
n lln* next	
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NOKTH V vs. "I UK.   M
I'.   Ij, lijio
Till-; SECOND NAKl-Miu.s
AM)  COMMERl IAI. l)!-.\l-.I.
niwn ■ \"t s
li is readili conceded  hj all
ihal    ilns   Bridge   means iniiih
lor the advantage and growth |
ui North Vancouvei whiih will
thereb) nasi to bc insular anu  ""'"
will nap all the Imieiiis  aria
1114-     Hum     a    Hit   i..ii,iiii li ,i
u,nt.ni wiili \ meoiiviI and lis
eiiviroiinuiiis    and    wall     h
great railwa}   -\ siuu     \i rlli
Vancouver will have ns n itura
jus   im  business  op.n-*.i
np and trade will draw lowar*
it in large uu.rine.    u   can
ol'ill    out   ' .ami     -A,i'l
houses  ,lll'l  ilei.lluls   .illd    i.ili I
ideal locations lor industries ol
ninn plenty ui g I lune w.i
in is available and iky 'I hu
is |i,iiiiiiiI.uiv nue ii woolen
linen, miti ii antl [i,i|nr mills
a luili .ill require a l ir*?* t
liiiiiim ui water and ojn rati nn
del     su   kiell   iulii|i t'i ..ill  ilt.il
l-Vi-rj    . i illv t ll nllii- ail.I |li  i .li,;-
is   ul    lile    UUllOSt    I1U|" *   -ill-1
,1 il. ie I.    I,.I all,iill f llK'.it    'I' .'*
die   | > I a.s. ,iiu*    so well    sii|i| i ,
wnh sites .unl laeililies, hi iii'i
lUg alnilM.Illii* ol tile lilies Kill
in \t .llu, mr sliell iliilnsliiis a
iiie North abort oi Ituirard In
H,, .ui,i u has in a.Mm. n ns
.|'iiinii.l im* seaboard loi ship
building  and other waieifioiu
industries   n  It bi su, and u
ilu- .Suiiili   shun  cannot   at
tract  Ihese industries lo its. I
i,nk ol  [utilities, sniiK
Inn   tin   Suiiili Shore is inlei
•aid  in seeing ihem grow   U|
ni iln North Sliuie, aim in \in
, lusi* iiiiiili, li) means ul u  ii a
.ins ol railway,  with   eveij
..,,,    ..|    lln*   pellillslila.      itt..
woikus   a.ii   the   North    Sao i
will deal witli merchants un lu
South,   and  in  man) nspuIs
iluii* would In- i large and Irw
inteiiliaii.*. ui trade.
ism again, our rislei citj   i ■
Kill 1)1 US
and t'OMIt-U'lORh
Messis. Ji-ffrry Bros., 511
Dominion 1 rust Block and
135 Lonsdale Ave., North
Vancouver, are prepared to
■VI prices (or any class ol
building in any district. Good
and reliahle work at a rcason-
ahle figure.
MORRISON'S
S I (J N
W O R K S
Keilh Block     Ist Street W.
.iii> and everj kind, and un it
southern sitnnj  slopes it   can
•I'M tll, ills, |Hds      III 'I. ll.   ll    [Ul
llunie    sites.      All   llus  Is    sell
evident, liuin eui\ Korth \ an
couvet iisiduit i,r ruU-puyei is
eagerly desiring to s,(* ilns
great undertaking lairlj   undei
way.
Hut what indiiii inun i   iln .i
ior \ ancouvei .md the di
oil   llie s.iiilh   short   liilileslill;
themselves   iu   iliis   matter .
'iln-  have duiie so as petition
i..i   Incorporation ol   i'n
Bridge Hill, .aid iln. .ii< aaki *
iu become sh.mii,,1.1. is  ..I   ih
Bridge  ami  Tunnel lotnpany,
IVhat tlm  have doiii   has   I ,  ,
,i nnisi potent  i.n 'an  iu mi ui
ing the passing ol lbi   Charu-i
and the assistance ol the I'.i.v
eminent! and it is appreciate
ui i    liie,hlv   bj   the liielid. oi
N t.i i h \ ancouver, .
Some have lUggealcd lhat lh
Souih   Shore   is interesud iu
having i Iiiiii level in
gel i s.iie viaduct lot Iheii w.,-
tei mains lli.it |.ui|'..se will
ni i.unli be v. 111 11 iul and the
Soiiili Short will nm-, n.
watei sn|i|i|\ with..ut in,iin nl
ilu piis,ni da} nsks. Itui i
maj be suggested thai lhi n in
ollui .nnl i u ii ninii |'"ti nl iui
win ilu- neighboring cilj
and diatrict ihonM iul dii pi
mii ii *ied in promoting   i u I,
Hi id j.* a    .onl    lllllllll.
Nu i.m is likeU to ■;.uns.i\
the statement thai lhe l»o
greali "i the wholi
comtnunili    in   a   un*
si lis,    ,ili       I      A   Wi 11 ei|lll|i|ieil
harbor  1.1   large eapacit) . and
\ location miilabli   to al
u.ui   manni.i, im in-   inn,i,ik
Tin se IWO I lellli Ills ,ii,    i :
tu ,i ti iii.u * .i!*ii rati HI on the
north shun tii contradistinction
wiih tin south shore, and bj
lin.iiis o| iln dual Imllil "I Imd
c.1 .Old luniiil with ,i couplet) !
railwaj       tern then    i
Mill    IhIIiIiiI.iIIv    llllllll Mi t-     llu
solllll ■ lion   almost  as inn, li  ..
iin j will tin* north T'lu uiiiiiii
unit; ui mi.rest la verj itron-
Kagarding  harboi   lacilities,
snii K   tin   im ii   i.n t thai   11n-
ui- of Vancouvii is endi
ai  gn al ' vi" use, tu lorm
,i imi imi ..nt ol Pain Creek i'inli   indii.iiti.n ol lhi   m
,i.i'i|ii.i'\ ol in i pn un ii
I ll,i Ills      Sin   i.illll*.I
1,1.   ill' lal llllll '
iMixiouslj   trying lo   arrungi
terminal lacilities tor Iraasi in
Illlelilal  railways  and  sin*    ill
..ash propose to mar the   na
lural  lie.mil   ul   l-alse l leek  lij
loculiug iinie unattractive  n
Ight di|iuts alld car sheds.    I'.'.l
«111   seek    lu lull  llie     I.lll Ijj
iy-.i-.-tna iin,, inch a   ii."i**i
space wlnn alitllldance ol la.a.in
is .nail.,I'll   a.I|   II ,    \,a -,il,  |
where at a linuiliiuiil ol e\|" Use
iln   most  complete system   m
lllllllll.lis   i,ill   In- eslilldl
lt is true ilui between the two
urns iln ii is ,i great gud nv
nl, siiilii'.uiiK large to maki
it necessan that ihey be al
w.i\s Kparale corporations,
luu Ia bridging and tunnelling
und i iiiuii.ii railwaj, lermin
als oii iiii North Shoie will I..
.is   ll.iinli   |..|   lln   Watei    sine,
,...ii     .i    terminals    at
l-.llsi-  ll" '.
\iiwui in us proper light \,
is quite evident lhat lhe con
struction ol tha bridge win
supplement to a must deairabii
degree iln laciliUei wlinli   lhi
South shun   is III |".--Iliuli lo   III
iii industrial concerns and a ill
.nil*-   open  lhe wav   lu  llie    ,0
i.numuit ill iniiih grtalei i .mi
in.iimi development on Itui
lard Inhi ihai would In at nli
I le williout utilising ibe
-.ni advantage! whuh
tin North Slum ..ins in iln-
particular.
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIPBUILDERS,
ENGINEERS fc
Price List of
Vegetable and
Bedding Plants
VEGETABLE PLANTS
CsblalfS, ill llllXII- "f -I. -''I'
1'ilerv        "       "     M...       '-'"
lailllillniver"        "      II......  Nl
Tiinniti.es    "        "      IS...        ihi-
FLOWER PLANTS
Asters, Sla .i'l**, iia, I,li*n I,mlier
I...iii'lni. Msrlgold, i- in bos, Mc
I'lUisies, iliiliiinii Ha.iui, in
l.l..nni, li luriie NOtl in li"X, Kc
Uaii-ait-s, Autninii wiwn, in
liliiiiin. ii lame nod in liu, '.'.V
A.-anrteil   Plants, Iii nriler, in
I'linilles :'t MBM rule pal ilnzen.
ALL KiNds of
Fertilizer*
FOR LAWN AND GARDEN
Builermakr
rs.
Marine and Stationary l-'n-
gineand Boiler Work promptly  I'M I llllll.
101
11 It phone
North Vancouver
198
mm »„ ui
Lonidlle Aveiiiie,
at Perry Landing
I. (). O   V.
North Vaacouver Lodgi, No
M, ineets eveiv 'I'liiiisil.i\ even
in-;, comer I.ousdale auinte and
First street, at B o'clock. Visit
inj; lnetliiiii eordiallv iuviled to
attend. .1. Kelly, NC; A. T.
Kennedy, Kec.-se.-., J, II. l*il-
ling, Kin.-sec
North Vancouver 'he
Coal dn{\ Supply Co.
Dealers in Coal, Brick,
Sand.   Gravel,   1 .ime,
Cement   and   General
Builders' Supplies.
All  < lulc-rs   Promptly
lllllll   .Illd S,lllsl.li Imll
Gusranti d.   1'n* *
Application.
Office: Lonsdale, near City Wliarf
Warehouse:       lorman's Whnl
K
4NME
IIISMtN
"IT'S THE
PLACE"
F. K. Bennet,     () I lonsdale
PKOVIM IAL WORKS
II..ii. Th..I., 'lav lm, Minis
in .,i 1'niiin Worki l"i lul-
|iiuvniie, is paving an ollicial
ven iu iln interioi m pur
sugnce .a ilia niaiiv publii
Julias I'll ".ii inn hun lln-*
vi.ii Al Selson hi itated that
In w.i iini. in connection
wnh iln Hunk *,d tkrovgfa
iln southern portion ol the pro
vtiiu, Wlnn ioiupleted it "ill
i xtend iia a \,,nn,uvu oa thi
mast to tin Crow's Nest un lhi
Alberta boundary,  a   diitance
miles.
SEE US IOR
Nelson Manf'g Co.
I -II tHADl .   Ii-r   "I
It. V. I Co.'i "VI n.i
AWNINGS
TENTS
SALS
Good
Buys
in all
Parts
of City
D. L. 265, 273, 274
and  North Lonsdale.
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M«i,iil.rlilrii"l
Ill lllllll. a.l Hildas lll'l tSllqM   hitin'iir.
-I,,11 , lllllll', ita. tl la  flll'l   U.l   KlMliri.      K'-I'.lr-
IIIK HI  "11 'I' I"""' '"■•
I'l.lur.* I'miiiiiii;.       Knrnilnre Slnriii-e.
173 THIRD STREET, W.
vi vll. iiiiliKH- k-'i'-ii prompt »ii.*uii"ii
Th*   Sherwin-William,
,j»v ji\ jn.
om
Paint,   Cover
Earth
0W!!
JIME to Paint.
Mdke your buildings bright and clean
this Spring. We have
the best and most economical paint for you
to use.
SherwinWilliams
Paint, prepared,
""the paint that
spreads farthest,
1 wears longest,
ft looks best.   Made
of purest materials.
.  A record of forty
' years of good paint
making behind it.
Sherwin-Williams
Paints
HitlE   THE LARGEST SALE OF
ANH  PAINTS  IN  THE WORLD
Sole Agents for
North Vancouver
Paine  (Ll McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
Earth
Clo.se to Lonsdale Ave.
and Car Line
A small liuiisi and twu yi li. lots, all cleared and
watei laid to the property. Price ml) frjo. Terms
I   I cash, lialaUu-, I,,  11   alld   iS lllulltlis.
twentieth Street, One lot cloot to Lonadah uir line
lacing Suulh. I'riee |6jO, Terms, <.-:, iash, Imlanee,
IS,  U and |S iiiuiilhs
\ Uw s|'l. mini I'llsin llie iiiy limits at l.tfl ,aeh,
uiilv ', can, lul.mee n,   ll and iS numlhs.
Chav E. Lawson £> Co.
u > -in pui nn
Real Estate Spocialiiti
IJ LrOOldlll Ave.
1   I AW-..-.
l'lione 711
Hot Points and Some Pointers
(lur sales dill I1I-;   the pant wnii have evueiletl o«r
expectations, whiih is u evidcact ol thi |rowin|
popularit]   "i  ihe Hot l'oints.
1'uli.i|'s   \ mi   ITI  fund   ol  Uiu' uis|' div   lo.isl
Well, vu- hau- just  tin- thine;   to provide \ou the
me,ills ot satisfying   Vulll     desile,     and   sh.ill     lie
pleased lo demosatati Ita usefulness.
No 11..iililc lo shniv [OOdl and we ale sure yull
will liiiv.
Keep Cool
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
')() Linndalr Avenue.
t
Lonsdale
Brokerage Co.
W. Trcmaync
IH
R, NEL80N l'r..|irietor
J
North V.
I.nii**il,i|e Ave
I'lin,,,- IHI,
aiitouvei,
B.C.
WE   SELL  TIIE  LARTI1
I). L. 550
j $950
950
4000
1260
3000
l.iuie cirni-r uu I'llll It Kir.l Int
,.lf llnnleriir.l. W0.08 en«li; Iwi. I
mnl IH niontlm.   IFollOlO.
I.nt 1111 Iiiii "t. Iii'twei-ti Iti'luevvny
niial M"'ily. MSt-OOOMh; lml. u nnd
litsoathi. (folio 48.)
|i,,„|,|,. i-iirin-r "ii Iiiiii -I- iiii'l
llaiilevHril.    |MH<Mh| I'ill* i'nnd 11
11,,,niiii.  (FolioUT.)
PlM view Inl on lull lietiveen Kiiliie-
iniv 1 Moody,  .yum ouh; Iwi. 11
l:'n,i,iiil,«.   (Koliol-.'!.)
Um iiirii»r mi nth, iu-i ml "i
Boulmnt. Loti IH4. Moch'.".'. H
cash; imi.ii auul II niniitli*.   [tne
l.'lS.I
$1450
450
700
875
1900
I i,,1. cm uii i.'U.rn Rldaswu
•ml Ma..h. |.*:«i.H«li, lul. ii imi l'J
matin,   twill
-.' la.i.   nn i'iii*' n-lnirv lleiiilil.,  P.
* ilea Mi, md ns*.   'i 1 i.l'.
lul. iivit |s in..nlli. Ilie-e HI IIH
Iiei"* tin- liiHrki't llnl «ill ll»l Iii'l
l'.IIK-   (l"'"tl" m.i
I lin« Int l-nli M, nur l,iun»l«le
Ive . belli "'"llli tltuilrl.li; Iwi. I
>in! I:' iniiiitli".    I"li" tit. 1
l,"t "11 l.illi Vli-t III eleullll lien 10
ilH in Ism.   aii ii'iin**! M0 caih;
lul. li mid II ni,.|illi.    >K"li" r."> I
l.ul in Lli. I H, |i I,. 'j;:l. Iminj.'ii
M -*i IIM wh; nil* I nnl 11
monthi. MiisftlNt.  iluii" ins
Indteationi point to u lotivi bow In Lynn Valley Io iht nou tttttirt-. Otw
Liltingl ut lliis vicinity in of tlif vi-rv best.   Call nml talk witli us.
The Canadian Financiers, Limited,
14 Lonsdale Ave., Near the Ferry. Phone 213
R. L. Thompson, Local Manager.
44-H444-HH
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Call and see our Large and Exclusive List
Correspondence Solicited
North Vancouver
SPECIAL
Recently subdivided and placed on tbe market for the first time—Cleared Lots, size 50 x 140 feet each, in the'easterly
portion of Block* 61, District Lot 549, situated between Lonsdale Avenue andjSt.^George's Avenue, fronting on
13th and 14th Streets.
Lots fronting on 13th Street, $1,000 each      Lots fronting on 14th Street, $900 each
Lot 54 x' 140 feet, comer 13th Street and St. George's Avenue    -    -   Price $ 1,600
Lot 54 x 140 feet, corner 14th Street and St. Georges Avenue    -    -   Price $ 1,500
Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
PLEASE NOTE the central situation of the above lots, close proximity to center of population, walking distance
of ferry landing, one-half block from principal cariine of the city.   Electric light, telephones, and city water available.
Compare these prices with the higher prices of property which is much less favorably located,
and you can only arrive at one conclusion.      Make Yoar Selection Without Delay.
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD
(Incorporatad A.D. 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chiel place of business in Nortli Vaneouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C., Telephone 15
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MEMORIAL SERVICE
Mr, Leonard S.ile, llu- iii I in-;
Mint.in oi llu- Sons ol I'.lii,
land lodge ol tins iin haa sen
tile lollowlttg 1 lliiil.il 10 tin
VarioUl li.Him.il "le,.ini'.iiii n
ill   llli*    1 111    111,lli\e   tO   .III.Ill;
Ing ior .1 joint memorial to Hi*
late Majesty on the da) "I tin
luneral, Friday, Mny loth
Weslelli Rose, No. Ml., B.O.K.
Worth Vancouver, B.C ,
Si uii. in Lodge :
Dear Sir,   lt is prupuntd   1
have .1 joint  manorial aervici
oi tin* Citj Council .ind tin \.n
ioua lodjfea In) the un lor His
I.ii, Ma lent j King Kdward Vll
mi Friday, M.iv mth, in   lln
.illilli,mil    .il  lhe   lli.lliiillliil.il
Hall,
lie ahall In glad lo know ii
uini lodge uill join .md il so
l.imll- appoint .1 committee ol
t«o io meet mi Satnrda) even
III- .il  ; o'lloek ,lt tin- K   o[ P
hall     \ouis h,iimi.ilh.
LEONARD .'* SAI,I-:,
A,Iin.; Suiil.m
in-; : "Ills Kxcellency tin- Gov
a 1 iia.i t'.iiier.il  ol Canada 1 tun
.1 reapect lor his l.ite Majeaiy,
lie   council   ol the distriit   nl
s'oi tli Vancouver on behall ol j
iU 1 llll'l lis ilasins    lespei lllllll |
io convey through your Kneel
hin\ in lhi Gracioua Uajiaty
Jneiii Aii x.nidi.1 ,ind 11 1 minis
nl iln* Royal family their sin
.ie tympathy .md condolence
ni reapect ol tlu- death of mu
In loud sovereign King Kdward
Vll.
Sl-.I 1 .1. v, McNAUGHT,
Reeve,
MPORTANT REALTY DKAI,
1.**->:'
RESOLUTION OF CON
DOLl'.NCK
Tin disinii 11,1111,11 ,ii iluii
\i,imi,i\ evening meeting retired
(rom tlu-ir labors alter attend
in-; in ,1 Inv preening in.liters,
out ol reapect to mir lata So-
ereigi King Edward VII. The
following telegram u.is author
i/i-d .uui deapatched this morn
KEV   VHAiF
Congcation   will be  aa   ap
I'li'l'll.lle    application  lol'     lhe
ilui ili Vancouver waterfront in
In vicinity ol Looadale Avium
nh.ill  in  .1  UT-,   sh.ill   liiiie   il
iln indnatrial movemeW in thai
mi lion keeps pace with thi n
old  ihal   has  lieen  set   ol  l.ile.
Aiili lhc object ol aeehing  lm
more imiiiiiiidioiis quartern ne
ussii,itui   i,\   tlnir increaaing
lillsilless     lhe    111 .11 kill.Ill      K. 1
Milling l'u. has engaged  Cape
tales   lo   iiul    lliem   a whal:
.Uld  U al'eholise ulf llieir |i|,,| , I
I)    jllsl   l ,|Sl   nl   lh,    Nnl ill     Van
couver mill. Conatruction will
be commenced al in early dati
IIIRTll
The  birth  was recorded  on
Tliursdav, May sth, ol n son
to Mr. and Mrs. T. llaiiilneis
mark, Kinj; street west, Korth
Vancouver,
A realty deal ol some mag
uitiuli- was transacted oil Wed
uesday   ol   ilns   week   w hi-n   a
block ol land compriaitt| ia al
lour inns know 11 as lols 4, 5, t,
and 7, block 21*, D.I,. 545, ly
mj; mi Looadale Ave. and  im
mediately   north   and adjoin ll;
the ichool grounda, recent.*,
purchased liv tlu- eity Irmn 11
I,. Radermacher, changed own
era. Tht- purchasers were ,1
syndicate compoaed of Missis
\ F. Perry and A. 11. Earle)
.ii Vancouver and ('.. C. Walkei
ul ihis 1 in , and the priee paid
h ai said lo lie (.16,000, Th
umini's in the iasi- were n-pri-
.ntnl hy G. C. Walker 0, Co.,
1 altv brokers ol ihis eity. The
.uw piiiihasers intend tn nh
divide tin- propertv at once,
and lhe location will li ii
ideal mie lruin a residiir.ial
luiiiii  ol view.
Pierce & llall
Successors to THACKER, THORNTON CO.
SPECIALS
QlUrtar aero lots on (tonliMi mini, close to Koitli
road md lliillvlnini <lock.   I'riee |400, i-iiurtor Blab,
luilanei' .'1,11, 12, IM nnd 'Jl months.   These nn- tin-
chMpMl Ints in this liistriet.
Kir*-t Itrwt, ni'iir LonidlU; two choice lots, price
$7,800, ensh 12,800, h.'ilance li, 12 ami IS tnntiths.
Phono HO.
144 Second Street lasl.
l|)|il:rilll,|||irl,ii|l!*!rlalnl!sr
Notice i.s hereby given tli.it ai
lhe next sit linn °' l'1L' boanl ol
l.iunsin-; C 0111 m issionels lm
tin- iiiy ol Norlh Vaiiiouvii, I
intend lo apply for a n-iail hot
lie lliellse lol the premise:,, ll
nale 011 lot 22, block 152, I) I,
274, oll 1st slreel east, in-ai St
Hand's Avenue.
himud) CHAS. A. Mi'.K
Dated at North Vancouver,
April 26th, lyio.      1, 5 in 12
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby giun ih.it
I intend to apply to the lliiiiii
ol License Commissioners foi
the Municipality of North Vai
i ouver at the next itatalory
meeting of the said Hoaid
held in .lime, I9I0, for a lia* »*
io sell liquor by retail on that
ui tain premises in the Municipality of Norlh Vanemiur .ill
known and described as Loll
One (i) and Two (I) in Mati
aumbered Filty-One (511 in ;ul>-
division of District Lot numbered Two Thousand and l-.i.h
tv Seven (2087) Group one D,
New Westminster Diatrict,
commonly known ns the !. nn
Valey Holel.
Dated this 4U1 day ol   Hi '■'
1910.
WALTER GillUS,
14 Applium1
TO ARCHITECTS
The Hoard of Trusties lor
North Vaneouver Sihool Dis
triel invite architects lo send
iu competitive   plan.-,   be   a
school oll Lonsdale Ave. I'l.ins
to be ill hands ol sccretuiv not
later than May 17th. Further
pailnulars to lie had from   lllc
Secretary.
12        ALEXANDER LAW,
P.O. Hox 178, Norlh Vancouver
NOTICI-: TO CREDITORS
In  the estate ol William   1'al
nur Peace}, decetwd, notice is
liueln given thai all persons
having claims ajjainsl ihe lata
\\ P Peacey who died ihe 1 uh
da) nl Malta, 1910, at the City
ni North Vancoaver, B, C , in
required to send by post prepaid or to deliver to Mrs K
A.  Peacey,   administratrix   ol
he estate of the said deceased,
llieir names, addresses and full
pal lit ul,ils of the amount of
iheir claims and the nature of
the security, if unv, held bj
them.
Ami   lake   DOtici   thai    lltet
lune 15th,   I9IO, the   adiuinis
n atrii a ill proceed to distriii
nle lln- assets of the deceased
,iinoii); lhe persons entitled
ihiieio, having regard onl]   i"
llu- ilaims of which lhe said
administratrix shall tlnn have
had notice.
Dated   at   Xorlh   Vaniouver,
this loth dav of Kay, iui"
ft, A. PEKEY,
11 Administratrix.
II. E. KRIGER
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork.
All Work Guaranteed.
Corner Kill.-enth St. mil   Malum A-'*
0. K. Woodyard
(*»K 17th St, aiiii Mown in.
Sella Itflviwood tlif lenitli
Double load (lull nni) J"-'1"
delivered. Al.i, p'rieral CM*
trirtinn, I'lenrlng, «ic»v«tiii|i.
-.-r.ialin.-, ate.
B.  DAY
l'lione M.
Qmpbell Realty & Investment Co.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
Norlli Vancouver ind Vancouver
t'ily and Suburban Property.
Aon-ifa*. Sulci livi.iun.
I -1.1I1-  'iiailLiii* I.  K.-ntl i-n.li-rtfil
RiahMi ch»ncc»
Aureeinenti  ul  Salea dinountfd
Foot of Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver, B. C.
TELEPHONE Ho. P. O. HOX 114
M
lon\dalr
jLBressey
Peers & Boult
REAI ISI tll
Insurance
Notary Public
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notice. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C,
vtmiiinHim«.mimmiHi.m««m«Him^
CUT GLASS
A    BLAZE   OF   BEAITV
gtects lhe visitor who enlers our crystal room, w lien-
is arrayed a greater quantity of exquisite C ut Class
than has hitherto been shown within the cuiihnes of
one room, in Vancouver.
The rare beauty of (he design, the superb culling
,unl polish of each piece displayed, is a perfect
triumph o( the cutlers art.
Do you desire lo secure a bridal gill ol worth,
something lhat will be highly appreciated ? 1 hen lei
your gift to the bride he a piece nl links' cut glass,
it is not excelled in Canada.
£   Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Z Diamond Merchants, Jewellers
C       ' KaTrorejr. Cor. Hastings c< Granville
PLAIN FACTS
PUB THE
HOUSEHOLDER
Nam iv the time to ilmik ol lm i*| ti|<
thai borne ol youri, W V. CAN HEI.I'
VOU WITH SUGGESTIONS.  Wt
ire practical Furniture and Carp-t
Man. ind know boa a borne should
I   imaged    JUSI RBI EIVBD f.
Biq Shipment ol Iron and  Brim Be I-
OcuK I hiiiii en's lotn, etc.    I len- ate
,1   ll  |   I'll' I -
Kil 1 Si/."l Ir..., l'..-.|.li-,i.|-, ll-.l "II. sin  **" M.iiln--   IIIM
ll 10, tl -.'V lft.ini, ICi ."in, ■■Ki-.lmi.ri-" Mttlr.'..   | I N
kii.I ii|. taa |.nm A \i*ry."iiii..n:il.ii-Maitli.*-,
U'.aiin \\ in--|.nui:   tMO romgnta-d ol hair and(all $15,(W
  n -i Cotton 'I'"-, Mauiri-.-        . )Un
  14.110 l'..ii"ii l,.|.,iii.l Hot) Mnl-
 llli-.ivyi 'l.&il Ir.-.. Art fell .... bUM
Ill
IS
12ft I oi.sd.ilr Ave.
ALEXANDER SMITH &> CO.
NORIH   VANCOlVtlt
LONSDALE AVENI B ESPLANADE
Ml,si STREET        BOULI V\l<l>
AND I). L ids
\\. ii.ne ucluiiva saleil iln bail proptrtiei in the
ibofi    Call .md in
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
II   IjOnadlle Avenue
I'ln Mies-ofiice 21      HoueeM      P.O. Box 60
Modi-in niitliods ol construction coitiliining
Artistic decorative featuic* with low cost
Result in homelike io-y iciidimcs
Jhat make the standard ol quality
| n the houses ihat we Inn Id.
^oili'tic is omittid    (Inr plans
Whon mrythiag necessary Ior thc completion
Ql ilu--.ii.n   :. idrnie, etc, that mi- liiiild.
^Jonr ol the ohirrtionalile extras, and
THE
people lor hIioih mt have hnilt in  S'orth \ ancou-
\m  hou thiir appreciation by adviaing the mi end-
in-: home
BUILDER
to conn  and su- us.   Don't .inept the   tnUinent ol
Mother that they can |h*l \ou tin- Mini n nltl, if
mu ii.mt ilu Iiest consult
MATT. ft. MARTINSON
COS I RACI 01*
Hum'   Hlo. k. l,»n-d»!i- Ave.      Phone 17.1      P o Box 72
CANADIAN 1-<>KKSTUY l'KO-
1)1 CTION
The lack "i accurate, reliable
,in,l Irequent returns concerning
the production in Canada ol
lumber, pulpwood, lath, sh'n-
a\—, pules and other wood products Ims tor sonic time bean
(ill, and willi iiiii'easiliR close-
in ss ol manufacture, promises
iu he iik ii. anil more in demand. In order lo meet lliis
need the Forestry branch ol th-
Department ol the Interior has
taken up lhe collection ol statistics on the subject .md has
lately published the result ol
the lirst vear'i work in this
line. 11. a MacMillan anil 0,
\  Cuiilus have compiled  the
lljOlt'CS.
The statistics have been made
up (ruin tin- replies returned to
iiciiliits sent liy the branch to
manufacturers and producer! in
the various woodworking iudus-
tries. The accuracy ol such re
-nils necessarily depends on the
proportion ol manutactureri reluming the schedule! sent.
The results published do   not
prolesi  tn lu-  complete,      it
a uniil, indeed, lie rein.ii'ka1 le il
iu lliis, the lirst year in which
the Statistics were collictid,
they had been so.
The total value of the pro-
.Iiulion of lumber, lath, shin
;lcs, cross-ties, poles aiid pulp
mini 11111111): the year waa J67,*
135,044.
Tin- following detailed tafor-
nation on each ol the lore .11 j
iiiiilucls is given herewith
llu- production ol sawn lumber is shown bv lhe ligurtl   in
be  iii   the neighborhood ol ,1,
, ',1711,11011 feet, board ineasul ,
I annum, valued at S;vi,.i.v\
1*6,   In ihis Ontario lends w. h
I production  oi   1,204,744,01.0
nt, valued at }i 1,39)1,077, Imu-
nee being second Willi tn|", l.l,-,,
   leet    ill  the  value   of >|0,
*.s,t„is, und lt. C. third, witli
,, ,477,000 feel worth >*», 107,
Sh.  The other provinces nnu
II the lollowin-; order 1 N. it.,
I, |ou,nog feet, valued at S |,
il, |o: ; X. S., ll6,82J,ooo fi.,
nl the value of $3,8"J,730 ; Sa!
..ila luw an, 91,166,000 leet, vai
.led at $1,576,820; Manitoba,
a. (47,000 It., value, $876,11611 :
Uberta, 11,382,000 leet., valued
.il $593,244. The total pindili-
inii ol Munii pulp is 363,079
ous, in.ule Irolll .\a2~-- curds
il wood and valued at $2,9,11,-
f»5J-
II. C easily leads in lhe pro
dm tion  nl  shinglei, produiin ;
73 |,632, I the value ol $1,-
,'H,;>'i'.   lis inareit couipi 1 itoi
IS Ollcbci, which proilllieil (tlty
, 10,000 valued at $849,787, and
lllell   Iiiiiiiii   ill   then   1.nlei   tin
II io with 1 production oi :.',t,-
i.\,t,ouo valued at $a6l, 155 ;  N
., in'i,-ii3,oimi worth $325,865 ;
\. S., making 33,111,000 valued at $69,370 ; Manitoba nun
ing mil 1,125,000 worth $3,15",
and Saskatchewan uliuh pro-
lines 592,000 valued at $1,363
Tin* total production lor the
Dominion was 1,499,396,000
thinglea, the aggregate value ol
niinii was $3,101,996,
l-n the manufacture oj ! i'h
(ini,1110  takis inst place  with
Mi3,3M,  to her credit, vai,
unl al $613,856. Little more
than hall ihat number, vii ,
138,991,000,     is   made   by   lier
:n art st competitor, New  Brun*
siuik, the value oi whose pro
diui is $286,088, Oiicbci   made
92,911,0011   laths   norih ms|,
076 ;  Itiitish Columbia 86,863,
mm norih $208,255 ; Nova Sm
11.1, 62,638,000 worth $136,893 ;
Saskatchewan, 18,477,000, valued at $40,173 ; Manitoba, 7,370
.»'", ,il ■ value ol $10,200, and
Alberta, 1,069,000,  worth $v
S*|       The    total    number    ol
laths manufactured  was 671,"
562,000, ol lhe value of $1,487,
125*
During the year the railways
purchased   13,978,iiti cross tns
(ur willi ll  ilui   paid $5,281,685,
of these tlic steaii: railway!
117 iii number and having 1
lotal ol vs.77- miles of lrack<
bought 13,738,157 i paying lot
them $5,189,674, .md ihe electric roads (numbering ;.- aad
having B18 miles ol track) pui
. based 140,259 ties COlting V)i
in.    Cedar  (including   under
this term both the eastern and
the weetern cedars) is taiily th,-
favorite wood (or ties, twice as
in.nn ins being ol tins species
,,s ol .nn  other, while hemlock
unl tamarack in about   equal
numbers lake next placi
Report) as io the poles put
1 based vnn 11 a lived irmn 40
telegraph   ind  telephone  nun
panics, 1 SI elect tic light, power ami railway companies  .nnl
I'l steam lallvi a\s owing llieir
pole lines     These n in < si m  -,*-,-
141 miles ol line, supported b)
We have a good list in 265.   A House and Lot on
17th for $2000.    Good Buys in 273 and 274.
A Good Lot on 4th Street for $3100.
BI55ELL, BROWN & SNYDER
64 Lonsdale Avenue, NoruVVancouver
MAIN  0HICE.-264 Hastings St. E., near Impress  Iheatre
1,433,345 poles. These nilll-
p.inies   bought I tut.il ol  iKj,
.V17  poles, paying Ior ihtae  ■
,he point o( purchase $284,5(9
Ol ihese 185,807 pol'.-s 163,211
were ol cedar, other Woods Usui
being tamarack, spruce aim
Doiigiai Iir.
ASKS All) KOR BRIDGE
Reeve .1. V. McN'allght o( tin
district of North Vancouver
and now very much in lhc linn
light with regard to,the Second
Narrows bridge has viritUn to
Uayor Taylor of Vancouvei
with the reipiest that the cit)
. niiiiiil o( Vancouver take ac
tion looking tn the punhaae 0
siiuk  in  the propoied Seconi
Narrows bridge   and that tiny
submit a bylaw In the 1 lei tor
ate lor the purpose ol   attthol
iiing this move,
The   reeve   staled   that     llu
municipality waa entering mn
lhe    scheme to   the extent     0
..',■•,0,0110 and lhat the utv 1
North Vaniouver and Oil. 1
municipalities lUtTOUndlng ' 11'
nnd Inlet had intimated their
willingness to cuter into the
project alrng the lilies now be
llli; [olloWld out bv the (lis li I
,,i   North  Vancouver,  namely,
-mhmittinj- a bylau i" 'be rati
pavers ior iinir ratification.
Tin- Reeve Claimed lhat 1 aal
iin bond blivers have ollered lo
purchase (our per nnl bridge
bonds and that many private
citizeni on the north ihore
have intimated a dealre to take
np small blocks "I the bridge
slock.
The plans o( tin- bridge whiih
are being completed hj Donald
Cameron, C.E., ol North Van
1,.uver, show it tii be ,1 high
level construction and suitable
l,,r all kinds of Irallic. The es
timateil cosl is a million ami ,1
ipiaitcr oi dollars.
14  DAYS   400
tee received a loiiMgninent nl SINGER PIANOS, iiiid advertised tlieiu lor sale at Irum   <L9fi()    rrti'tl
Wi* did nut get a rush nn theni! Ob no! Why5 because most
people who lead the id thought they toiilil not be up to much
ai that price. BUT THEY ARE MISTAKEN. Mewpeopli
thought il MAY piy them to iei them inywiy, ind every obi
ol these hitler jH-vsuiis stated that
IHEY WERE AM01 NDI D
It the value given and ENDORSED their OPINIONS bv
BUYING. We have only three now lelt 111 stock. We know it
is only necessary for you to see and try theni and YOU will buy,
so see theni now.
North Vancouver Piano Co.
Phone 114 4*13 Lonsdale Avenue
PALACE
HOTEL
Rath:
{2.00 per and up.
Special rales to families and in regular
bo.irileis	
Finest Rool M on M
REDA&ANLRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Sacono Sikih,   -   -   *   ■   NOKTH   VANCOUVER, B. C.
OFFICIAL OPENING
The ollicial 09t*i*f, ol lhe I
C. Klectric Railway Companv'i
I,vim Vallev extension takes
plan- lllis alternoon,     Prom!
ni-nl ollicials of the (.'oliipniiv
and 1 utiinlier of invited gueats
vvill he present to lake .1 band
ill the celebration ol this eveul.
The public opening lakes place
,,n Satunlav and will iu all
probability be an occasion fof
sonic kind of a celebration in
the    Vallev    to mark   the   lirsl
rail connection between l.ynn
V,ilb\  and OUtlide points
(vox 1 vi   (or   IJ50    at   North
Lonidale,   .lack Loutet.
North Vancoaver
Woodijard
We supply ST0VEW00D any
length required $2.75. per load-
Prompt delivery.
Phone 190 P.O. Box 136
A Modern Range at a Modest Price
THE "CHANCELLOR"
It is made oil the must up-to-
date plans mill special lea-
tun   points, one H  "hub  il
DIVIDED   FLUB STRIP
which makes baling a real
|ii. asure.
Tliisleatuic indents the
possibility ol lhe back ol
llie oven bnag hotter
than nearer the door,
Which   is  the case  with
mosi nngca,
Li 1 us show you this little
wrinkle. It dnii't cost you
any morn in cash, but is
north much in results.
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
Phone 58.
133 Lonsdale Avenue.
LYNN   VALLEY
Lot 5, Work 5*|, lb L 2012, No leet on cariine, [% acre)
Pnu* ft'"ii. Ijoo caah, balance one year.
Lots M and 13, Block 14.  I'.I- »Oaj.    I'riee fcoo each. »5°
i.i-b each, and ||0 pet month.
CITY
Lot 4, Hlock 1(17, D.L. 174*     |,f,c'' '5'000;  ,J'"°° c*5,,p
balance d, 12 and ll months.
MAY 6BLRN5
Keal Batata and Financial A--ents
uniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMinnnmtii'i l_
NORTH VANCOUVER
Chesterfield Avenue
Fronting on Mahon Avenue
I    "TL   D   1     J Fvinncinn" Jones Avenue and
ii   Jhe Boulevard hxtension        J Adjacenl ^ ,
! Subdivision of Blocks 203A, 213,2I3A, 204 204A, 226A j
240 and 241, in Dislriel Lols 544 and 545
Fw Plant. Price Li.U and Pallidal., apply
UAHON, Mcf ARL4ND * PROCTER, LTD.
Money to Loan
.   Insurance
■fUiiiiiiiiiiiiii 111 "" ' ! THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
YOU ^d your money's worth when
you buy MI Pure Paints because
Ihey beller protect (lie surface
Ihey cover, and they cover more surface to the -inlloii. Tliey do protect
belter, because tbey contain a special
ingredient that nearly doubles tbe lile o(
thesepaintsas compared wilh olher kinds
Pure Taints
coVer better
Tbey cover more because Ihey are made
of pure materials of best quality, in tbe
proportions taught by seventeen years
painl •makinjj fur practical painters; and
tbey are ground right and mixed perfectly  with  llie   right   kind  of  oil
Forty colors for interior and exterior
blork of eVery sort. Made by Imperial
Varnish O Color Co., Limited, Toronto
U ii .iiuiiii nd. d ind Sold by
North Vancouver Hardware Co.  Bkjjjf
PROVINCIAL SKWS
FORT GKOKGE
The stun ol Sm,oim Ins been
voted b\ tin* Dominion govern
iiia.iit io improve navigation on
the     I'l.iser       llolli -the     l'oll
George canyon  to the G.T.P.
c roeiing.
Fort) -two coal claitna in tli.-
Telkwa and Bulklej Valleya,
iiiiiied by the Cataiat Coal i o.,
■ Mtcrn corporation ol which
Samuel linker, M.IV, Hamil
inu, is .1 ihareholder, are reported lo bave beta "jumped"
lur null ciiinpliii'iiie uilh lln
111111111); regulation^,
Kl \HI,STt)KE
Hun. Thus. Taylor, Minister
ol Public Wurks, iv .is i gueal
iii tin* .tu ui Revelstoke recently. He Weill intu the public
wutks needed lor that dulricl
,is suggested by the Revdatoke
Board ol Trade ,iiul promised
tu consider each matter care
luili. Tin- Kail Herald layi
It is gratilying lo know that
,it laal Revelstoke will have .1
inn provincial government
building that will lie adequate
ia.1 the requirement! oi the 1"
cal work. Ur, Taylor haa ilv-
en  us definite laiurancc   thai
the Hew building will be 11pl.il
to il Hot beller lh,ill lln i   It"
centi) erected at Kamloops,
,nul  general  latidaction   and
appro inlloii "i tii Ta) lo '»11
I,,: i*. towards [urtk ring the in
i.i.sis ui tin* diatrict are being
1 \pl,SM(l
NELSON
Tin- magnificent V. M. C.
A. building on the comer ol
Victoria and Stanley itreeti,
lhe finest of its kind lu-lweei
Winnipeg and the coast, wu.
opened  recently to the cttt/ens
ol Nelsiin.
The Nelson Board ol Trade i ■
in luiTcspuiiilciiic wiih A. S.
Goodeve, Ai.l'., who is now   at
Ottawa,    relative   tO   the ipies
tion ol replenishing the waleri
in   Uu-  Kootenay   take  with
game lish.    This is a matter
lhat the lioyll board ol lladc
should also deal willi.
Frederick Villiers, the [ainoui
war correspondent, gavi .1  lcc-
lin-*.* in the cily of Nelson under   the   auspices of the  K-2l.il
regiment R.U.R. on thc Invitation ul the Canadian Club. lie
was the Club's finest at a
Imu Ill-oil jjivcti by ihein. The
title ui tin- lecture given was
"Pictures of Many Wars.'
The annual cuiilirenee uf lhi
Uethodiat church of Btiti-h
Colombia opened its sessions
this \ear in Trinity Methodist
iliiireli, Nelson, un Hay 1 ilh,
lt is expected that the lessiuu
w ill lasl at least a week.
CHURCH SERVICES
Methodist Church, Curlier bill
streei and bt. George's ayt-mie:
bervH.cs al a a.m. aud 7,30
p.m. Sunday School and bible
class 2.30 p.m!    Class meeting
10 a.m. Sunday. I'rayer nict-l-
ing « p.m. Wednesday. Moody-
ville biiuday school 11 a.m.
i'astor, 1-ccv. 11. 11. Haldcrston
B.A.
Lyun Valley Institute llall:-
Services every Sunday morning at 11, and evening al 7 p.m.
bt. John tk Evangelist, tSth
and ijth streets;—
Holy coiiimuuiou, 8 a.m.;
11101 ning prayer 11 a.m.; evening prayer, 7.30 p.m. Un the
lirst Sunday iu the mouth there
will be a second celebration ol
the holy communion al 11 a.m.
Rector; Kev. Hugh Hooper.
Services at Sl. Clement's hall
Lynn Valley;     Morning prayer
11 a.m.; evening prayer 7 p.m.
Priest-in-charge: kev. H. II.
Gillies.
St. Andrew's l'resbyterian
church, bth street-
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
I'rayer meeting on Wednesday,
at 8 o'clock. Pastor: Rev. J.
D. Gillam, M.A.
North Vancouver Catholic Indian Mission:—
Sunday Services—Mass at 9
a.m. Sunday school at 2.30 p.m.
Henediction at 3 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. E. Peytavin, O.M.l.V.G.
Baptist Church, cor. 5th and
St. George:—
Sabbath school at 2 p.m. Services at 3 p.m. and at 7.30 p.m.
Nortli l.ulisdalc I'lesbyteriall
Church—Services in Exhibition
Hall every Sabbath,    forenoon
at  11  o'clock, evening at 7.30
o'clock. Sabbath School and
Hible Class, alternoon at 2.30
o'clock. R-c-v. J..W. Mills, missionary.
Buy at the
Welcome
Parlor
And Save, Money
Wc positively guarantee all
our groceriia to be lhe highest
in quality and lowest in price.
For Groceries, Dairy Produce,
Vegetables and Fruit.
Ashilolt Potatoes i'l.75 per
sack.
Highland!  Potatoes   $1.50  to
Ji 1.311 per sack.
Best J. ii M. Collee,frcsh roasted and ground, 3 lb fl.OO,
also a grade at 25c.
Indian and Ceylou Tea, 3II1 fl,
also all slandard grades.
Chilliwack Butter, 40c.
Also Butter al 30c.
Fancy Biscuits ol all kinds.
Fancy Apples:
Wine Saps $2.75 per box.
King Apples JiJ.oo
Oranges all sues from 20c. up
to 50c. per dozen, guaranteed not touched by frost,
and sweet and juicy.
Large assortment of English
Candies imported and domestic from 15c. up to 50c.
Also Fancy Chocolates up to
M.aa.i per Ib.
New laid Eggs daily, 3 do/.cii
for fI.
Also Soft Drinks, all llavors.
Ice Cream, the very best.
Telephone 12b      Free Delivery
E. PALMER
MOM AND BRICK
CONTRACTOR
HKsT-l I.ASS Kll HUM 11
P.O. Box 166
Phone 170
ARMSTROM,
Armstrong, 1!, C, is disciiss-
ii' the ipiesiion ol lighting the
innn. The problem before th
ratepayer! at present is the re-
ipective cost of water and
steam, plants. A competent engineer will Ik- employed on the
two plants.
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
Launch '-West Vancouver," Captain Findlay
Licensed lor 35 passengers
TIME TABLE
I.l*.VI*.,
Ili.l..1.11111 ll'li.rl
7.30 a.m.
a.am a.m.
11.00 a.m.
i.voo p.m.
1 >oo p.m.
17.00 p.m.
1  .00 p.m..
U-»i*o« V.nroutrt
Illv   faTrle.-   H'li.ll
I very U.n| I \. 1 pi Sunday
8.00 a.m.
10.00 a.m.
i.-.i" a.m.
14.00 p. in.
ib.oo p.m.
18.00 ji. in
 Saturdays. Cnly  22.00 p.m.
' .30 a.in Sunday Schcdult 14-°° P-m
i,.oj p.n         "  22.00 p.m.
Single Pare 15c.       Twi Tickets 25c.
(J.iickest route Ironi Norlh Vancouver 10 the district beyond
Capiliuo River. Launch "Weit Vancouver" makes eoanec*
tmiis, without liil, with tbe ferry ■teamen from Nortli Vnn-
enuvi-r,  is pel lltOVC scllealule.
__m m mm
rn
Saving ta a Duty-~ to Yourself and
to Those Defending on You
K111\ nun and woman-- whether
taming a imall weakly wage, or
enjoying a larg! income—should,
II ,1 nuill 1 ol duty, as well as of
Common lenie, lay aside some portion regularly, lor the luture.
II you have not yet learned this
valuable habit ol living, commenci
t.a ,|,iv, by opening an account in
the Hank ol Hamilton.
Here the account of the small
depositor is welcomed.
Simplicity and convenience characterize the system.
Vour Sivingl will rapidly accumulate - interest being paid at
higheit current rate of interest;
and   money   may   be   withdrawn
Wllt'lievrl   all*.ll'll.
C. G. Heaven, Agent
North Vancouver
Her,,! Office, HAMILTON
Capital I'-     * -       -        .       ft.300,000
■<•(na aad -JnJifial.d Proliti t,100,000
Tolal Audi     -      -      -       o?ar 11,000.000
-fta-ar-ar-* • t.-r'-i «*■»»•»
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMALT GREENHOUSES
I.liullr.l
a lia.lai'-t
CIT FLOWERS
in town at lownt print      Give II u trial (or
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
607 Hastings M., W.        Vancouver, B.C
^^^^^-^-^-^-^-^»^^•^^-^^•^^^.^^-^*-,«*'^^^•■>lVL^•^»»^^.^
Chas. H. Cates
PILE DRIVING
AND
General Contracting
AI'PLY AT
HEAD OFFICE-Roomi 12 nml 18,   Flack Block
103 Hastings Street, W.   Telephone 3098
Or Cates' Wharf,  North Vancouver.     l'lione- 136
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN 9 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
319 Pender street, Vancouver
and
Norlh Vancouver
ARCHITECTS
-..STANLEY M1TTON M.I.C.A
ARCHITECT
413 Granvirle street.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
BARRISTERS
SCHULTZ 9 ARNOLD
Barhitcri, Solicitors, itx.
Booms 104-105 Crown Building,
61s Pender Street
Phone 996
S. D. SchulU        C. S. Arnold
bAIMi
GROCERS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
lift Hastings St. (downstairs)
Deliver)- Tuesdays and Fridays
VUSIC
Prol. JOS. E. NURNHERGEK
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Ila.., Cor.
Robson and  Granville  Streets.
All Instrument!.      Phone 2530
PICTURE FRAMING
Kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sts.
The only up-to-date and reliable bath housi in Mulish Co
lunibia-
Wi cure where others fail.
Satniaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plain baths, electric baths,
shower I.. 1 ihs, massage lor body, scalp and lace; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin, Germany
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest slock ol
mouldings in ll.C.to select from
so when you want framing done
cheap and well gel our prices.
BAILEY BROS. CO. LTD
540 Granville and 138 Cordova
RUdBEK STAMPS
BUSINESS COLLEGES
Till: Olio. H.  HEWITT CO
Manufacturers
MI'lJiMK lill.hlii STifl
Sin ami Price Markers
io l- iikin.i.ii Hi in..   Pom K3272
REAL ESTATE
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Haitugi St. W.
CimcH • Ur.il.it Wt-aa-Urn  School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - • Maiager
PITMAN'S
Buiiness Colli <|i
632 Seymour St., Vancouver
Day school open all the year
round.    Night school commences September 8th.
CHIROPRACTIC
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
Canadian Detective Bureau:—
Offices everywhere
\ .im-iiiiiit Mm    ■ Km|airt< Block
'".1 llaatinK" "t. weit. I'l BM
f. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
LADIES' HAIRDRESSING
30 per cent. Diicount
Oil all lim-s of Hair Goods
during our great removal sale, in
onler to reduce our largr stock befon* taking possession ol onr m w
:i Itt,   a*  sll  av.ul,ihii-  ipil I
will he required lor tin* displ.iv "I
iln lirgi ihipmuti of new goodi
now en route.
MADAMK  HUMPHREY!
MU Granville Street
Keep your eye oa
EAST   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For paiticulari apply lo
MORDEN A THORNTON
Phone 815      440 Homer Street
Securities ('or|iiir.iiio.i Ltd.
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgate - - - Manager
RESTAURANTS
All North Vaniouver peopli
eat al
LEONARD'S
Either Flack Block or Haitingi itreet, opposite the new
Pott Office. Leonard aelli hia
tea by the pouad.
WATCHMAKERS
English  practical watchmaker;
Established 1889
Spetialty,   ii|'.iiriag
WOODROOFE,
311 Carrall Street HE EXPRESS, XORTH  VANCOUVER, B. C.
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i
j,
•j* tim 1 ia in *   ii imu praclii alK on  a cash ba
X        sis.   i,a *   nabloi us in viii' our cu       el   the
T ■s
V        same hi|      i    | oodi wi havi il Hi>'
at vei j u mii better prici i Lhan can bi obtained
•!•        limn storvi doing i iredlt trade,
I *i   .an ordii   nd ioutput qualilj an< pi -*
I j. a. & n. nt.yaix.xH ...
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\ KUKTMU.I
\\i» I'lil I'l
for ll ■   -"I ■'
,    . n.-, ili, ~i.    i'l .'I'i'ii-,
etc., etc,
i Ir.ivn  i ■■        ■ I'l
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GIVI OUR FRESH MEAl
DtPARIMENI   \ CAU
\\v ImnUlu il   ■"■-'
ami fui i|tinlit\  ■■* iinol
li.- lienl ■
\\   ■ ','■  |lt,     i'h   "la
C. R. HICKMAN
(noccr diiii Hull htr
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.  invited   by    th
III      1     |ll|      Ilia   i |||
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in   •■ ,i *i i
i [or Witter L*\ lein
il-lllii 11-   ..ill be li.i
tl niiii ipal Ollice, wlui
rs   with   deposi
]*,*, ; l e lodfied nol 1 ii
|| all i 11   the     I'l  ll
inst.
Ai.l       I'llll !!', C " I
NO-TTH   Vm.lOJVEi*?
HOSPITAL
■
THE Mls,ihs hi.i
•,
Nurses Slut Out on 10 uw.
I
'
piionf. ee
Don't Do It Yourself
wl*. * I     In
it [oi I 1 '   i
tainl* : , I
ring i'i*,i
tvasb :
lines*.
Send for the Painter
, lime, it"* :
m'l  di   youi own
Stonty ®* Co.
l.n-. '■ Phoni
*. rn
nii<: dkiihik
I- COMING  -   i'l    miu   I-   Fill*   TIM!-   ."  BUI   I'.I KOBE
I'ltlCI *   *l'\ IMI    M.UV
NORTH   LONHDALE
a. i., oNI n   rill iini -i i: i -11 > k s* T l \ i
riii.NHOI     i    II vi\. "i \ i.i:
i< i nnil liim-
■
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■t       . IIM
lilork Irom ear, ll .. .   ♦7itn
■ .li.
I. V. MaUkM
G. W. VANCE & CO.
(or. Mil \ Iniisil.ile   I'hiinc lid        Hr<imh lllla<'-l mn l-ille*
II i*,    pi r i Mi'iilit    limn
pi.paratioiis  ito\t   under   i\,n
|]U.    , ,.ii I   nielli's    iim    ,|
more  elieclual
.,in,n ..! llu  loreati is be-
,,   ,,,*   ill_\ launched  In
i'rici    l liison, ilu- min
ilm, i i  iii ihitrire,    Thi
il  sittiujii   nl   ilu- iiiiilu*
i,,i*isi!'   iiiiiiiiii-.siiiii   h.iu
ji ,i  :.  prominently   lie
the public ilu- necessity ex
Linn im eu in.ii vigilance  i n
.ah.ill   a I IllllSlS     *.l.le* ll.l  *l
,uul i.iiii ,i   I,ii'^eh   m
a -nui  ai, un,in*   lorce,   mad
ihii  i ,   ' lu*   i'* i.ii inn*   u
* ,,,...*! |*a- eii .ii the recent 1,
*>',!.      11      IS     all     la
I iipcd .nnl e-.|'ii led   ili
ire I" ** in ilu- Ion sts   ft 1.1 i i
restricted lo u minimum  ev n
li the approaching    c i
hoiild prove lo Ih  .i   dn
niii.
, in i utire iiitesi iii ii ii.   i
the   prol .iiei- is ii.iiv   nud
ii   * apiau.e command ',1   i.u
lire   u.luhn, \\in\.ml I
al.iiluiii,   nhn   bus istaid iln
,  permanent   stnli luudqua
. ,.i room ai, \2'i l'linlei
III a,'1,1 t   llll*. I'   t  111 I     iii    li
I    ll       |il"l illll*    *       ,li\   ll   ll     |1
ill)        all'     .*    ioltlll      'li'   1*1      IS,      ll
in .1 ui hii vnn. t - r *   The .ou
ml   llollit in   •'■:•-'iiits    .-li '
mu* ilu* lirsl division v.h  I   *
■   n i  hn   li in I'laied di
il. umli •■ lhc u tt ml ti
.**     :     .rn * n
II *      allll     *
■ onal *   trui,   Mr.  ttill am
.-'.   l,i,lel.|,,il  i.l   Vii 111    .1  ll   Mil
,i|'|i.i ninl   ilu-  divla a n
,1,llall II  ;   \ .lie I   .111' lllll    t
'1,,llll','.Ill   liillll   lile   ihilil   'H' i
ioiml district in charge "i Ui
th I.e.hi, whosi lu ad ,n
KTS    .lie     .It     lii M Istokc '
i i and Wist  K mlu m.i!
In [onrth ol lhi distri I *
,i   iihuh   Mr.   R    *l.  I... >
nsiiiu, h.is the charge.   Th
..n.il lire wardens, who ai
practical    and    espeeinll
.iiiui woodsmen,  will  irm
in in» the season [rom seclh n
in section, .I-*'-.nn*' and
ii li u .iiiii-n in   the  pe i
imu nl Ins  patrol   mid   I
all iisi- possible I*, iu in       ll
lire risk.   Thi \ «ill aim '••   '
nil,.I  lu  nnu sll  p riodki I  I
a.it-.   ..ml generally   to  i
ami iln- provisions "i lhe ni
James \\  Scott ol Vanci uvi-i
has rented .a house al    I
a Ill'll      .lal'l     lllll     Ill'll''    "I''
To Builders and
Contractors.
I 1%-W    a   f—p—rt
THE GEM THEATRE
FIRST street West
THE KIXK3T0K MOVING 1'ICTI RKS
We i
I   vn.
, DAY M\i INBI
Admission 10c
Children 5c
Tcnda. will be received by
the undersigned up till Wednesday, May lStli, at noon* mr lhe
construction oi two or more
Summer Collages at Weit
Vancouver, about half -a-milc
west of Hollyburn wharl
PUns and specifications may
be seen at 813 Granville St.,
Vancouver.     The lowest or
any tender not necessarily ac-
I cepted.
CHARLES NELSON
—te—mum iiMMirh mffiirn
Bargain Near Capilano Tramline
A CORNER, 130x290 feet, on 23rd Street, Opposite
Fell Avenue; Splendid View of Inlet and Gulf, and only
$700; 1 -4 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
Martinson & Co.
RE,11 ESTATE BROKERS
NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C,
I'/it'iie /-f. /', O. AVi ri
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NOTICE
Ki.il   Mst .iu-  Brokers   plea u
lake  iiuiiii' tlui I have  with
ih,nin ihe - ale "i ni'. hou w and
Inl, situate lot i", block J\, D,
I,. :;i, All iiiii)'.,iiii ns i ii
same are herein iuncalled, lln
tor ,1. All I.e.ui. i»
J. II. BUSKINS
Cor. 3rd St. & Lo.imI.iIi'
Siiifimir In \\   l.i' I'-n
HORSESHOEING and
General Bbckstntthicg
s* i .iall   all 1.1:1 i, n l   tiii-ll   la.  Ill" P
in*l iniiiii ilng laa.rM-    .ll-. .*ni-
n i *   aia.rl   Mill Ufa .*l  tllliri.-lilllf.
All   ii.'H.   jiliirniili'.l        l'i- |*l
-iiii'iitii.u.  ('iiu* im* ii trial,
Builders and
Contractors
P. LARSON ;*  prepared to
iiipply
lime, Brick,
Sand, Cement
Ami ill kiinK "l Ilui hi ing
Materiel inquantit.ps to mil
mnl nt renionnhli' price*,
—APPLY—
HOTEL NORTH VANI OUVER
TKI.F.I'llilM*. Nn.'.'.
Advertise in the Express
If you wish to sell your real estate.
I'K A HOLY'S
l.Ali.Ki'AL
KING
PEABODYS'
UNION P
MADE
OVERALLS
IVI- nr* mill- uenti her*      l.jft'
'M'
AMERICAN,
Tin- "iiiy iii:iiiiilai'liiii*r
Unit |iliii'i-mirnsli goaflBtl i*
ll the) 'I" ii"l ini'i'l i'X|«r-
dttloni.
Try it pell
Ami Iw .-..in nn nl
r.-al'i'ity'-.  Railroad   Kinn
lit
GOODS
MANUfACTURFri
oil
$
For SaU br
CUMMING5
Qent'i Clothing,        l-uiiii-liuii;-.        Men's.   Ladiei', md
i inl,in n   Booti ind Mim i,
NKXT TO lH'RNS' MI-AT MAKKKT
Burmd Lodge, Nn. Kl
A.    I   .     h      A.    Ma
V'
NOTICK
to '11 \"H' l'i .   ly, lill in hi.ml      r mj
\lalll    lO
INKSTER &',WARD
'III VANCOUVER
NAM
AI'I'KI SS
LOI    ....
i.i Ol
Memberi u   ream . .1 to
.iitiml the S.   *' i'l Sorrow,
in iln- Maioinc   lnii|'!i- at
\ .iiiinui i. "ti .ShihI.iv. May
I llli, ,lt  I |i.III.      I* Ml le.nes
al   2.15   |i.in.     Sojoi ning
lln-lhirii \\ i Imi i'.
W. M. BOULT,
W. M.
\n:
Mil ll I- la lun , -,li,i'
tlm ii dayi alti't ihi
lii ation "i ilus in.ii.*   .   I'tiinl
In appli    111   III'
ul I'ii.inn ial  I'olii * a re
in ii al "I lhe n* ' i.ii
tin     Wlinli ulli*   Until       'i.i e.l
,ii   \l lyville, I'*   *    a n   i,,,i
,.-i, ;'iainp  I,  Ni ft  Wi     .   n-.lei
liistriet,     l"l'     llie    in
Mliitllll'.   i lllllllll tu in      Iiih     nt,
i'ii".
'I      TOM : ' '''in,
Dated al Sol tli \ ani -
.ii.n ijth  Mi' 11
Grand
BouuvarD
Cleared Lots
50 foot in width and over
This is exceptionally fine residen-
tal property, as all lots have a
beautiful view of the harbor and
English bay, and are in the
blocks adjoining the Queensbury
avenue cariine.
l-'or I'urrs ami Particular*, Apply In
ill
)
I.ii'   l.n
Mahon,  McFarland & Procter
Comer Pender ud Seymour Stm-in
( )lln i.il A-ir-iils

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