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VOLUME 9
NORTH   VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER It IW.
NUMBER 11
Regular Meeting
City Council
There was a lull attendance of, n lerrcd to llie bojld ni norks.
the alderiuen al the regular ses-;   A letter was re ..veil from ,i.
sion ol the eity council,Monday 0. Fanner, secret t'-y cd the \
evening.    Mayor May presided. V  board ol  trade,   in/gesling
Jas. Ollason applied by letter that the council appoim dele
for a sidewalk on 2ist street gates to a joint coun.iitee lu
east, a distance of ioo feet, to take steps to watch railway leg-
his residence; relerred to board islation at Ottawa, in the lnter-
of works. a Jests of North Vancouver.
Mrs, II, J, Knight wrote re-; Alderman Schultz brought up
questing a sidewalk on .St. Da-!the nialtur ol Second Narrows
vid's ave. between hth and 7th bridge, and proposed that the
streets, and to lot 18, block i, I aldermen should discuss the
D. L* 273; left to the discretion'matter with a view to adopting
of the board of works. la suitable resolution.
Proff K. Odium wrote, accept-1 Aid. Dick was of opinion lhat
ing the suggestion of the council | in viaw  of the changes which
that he submit the matter  re-1 were being applied for by the V
Icrred to in his letter  of  last W. 9 Y. Ry. Co. in their char-
week to thc meeting of the union ter, strenuous opposition should
]be    made     thereto     by     tin-
council and by every public body
ol H. C. municipalities
J. Wagner wrote, advising the
council that he intends building
on lot 29, block 9, D. L| 273,
and requesting that a large
stump in the vicinity be blasted
board of works to act.
Campbell & Steitart wrote,applying again for a sidewalk to
their steam laundry on 17th
street east of Sutherland ave.;
board of works to act.
BMtV Murray Co., on liehalf
of Mrs. Wilson, wrote, applying
Ior the repair of 10th street, to
lot 11, block 95, D. I.. 550; relerred to board of works.
City Kngineer Hanes reported
that the contractors for the
l.ynn Valley tram extension had
done serious damage to the clly
water main in two instances,
and that repairs cost $61.17 and
$25.36 in these respective last nn-
ee-s; bill to lie sent to the B. C.
Kl. Rv. Co., as a partial statement of costs, as there yet remains considerable work to be
done.
On recommendation ol Alderman Young, the contractors
will Ih- allowed to conned with
the intake telephone wire, to instal a phone whereby the city
hall may bc advised ol future
mishaps.
A petition was presented from
A. C. Gladwin and A. Hill, re
in North Vancouver. He proposed that the city and the district councils and the waterfront property owners, form a
company to build a waterfront
railway along the north shore
ol Burrard Inlet, and that other
municipalities be interested with
a view to the erection of a
bridge at Second Narrows, and
the securing of the grant from
the dominion government, for
the purpose.
The discussion that followed,
showed that the scheme lound
favor with the mayor and all
the aldermen as to its general
features, and it was thc unanimous opinion that action should
be taken with the greatest possible despatch in order to ensure the entering of strong protests at Ottawa, lielore any railway legislation was undertaken
by the house.
On motion it was decided that
the waterfront property owners
and the railwav committee, bl
requested to meet the city council on Wednesday evening at .S
o'clock and that a public meeting of the ratepayers be- called
lor Friday evening at eight o'clock, to take definite action.
Aid. Young reported that the
waterworks   committee  reeom-
V. W, & Y. CHANGKS
The Vancouver, Westminster
& Yukon Railway, has advertised its intention to apply to the
dominion parliament at the approaching session, for permission to abandon ils former plans
anil lo file plans that denote
changes in the proposed route of
the most radical nature. So
sweeping are- the proposed alterations that practically the only
portion of the original route-
that remains, is the section
Irom Vancouver to Horseshoe'
Bay, at the- mouth of Howe
Sound, on the west, and to Deep
Cove near the mouth of Norlh
Ann oi Burrard Inlet on the
west.
This portion of the original
plans (including of course, Second Narrows bridge) the railway company wishes to retain
intact. As for thc line running
Irom   Horseshoe   Bay   to   the
CONSERVATIVE
MEETING
qiiwiting a sidewalk on tin- smith miiiidct
side ol Hth street between    Sl.
George's and Sl.Andrew's aves.
relerred lo board ol works.
A1 petition lor an arc light al
the corner ol 15th street and
.Innes avenue-, was relerred to
the lire and light committee.
A petition Irom merchants,
asking that the inner edge ol
the sidewalk on Lonsdale ave.,
between 1st and 2nd streets lie
raised, to cause the surlace wall-: to flow into the (Mten -v.is
that upon the payment
by the Wallace shipyards Ltd.,
ol all arrears ol water rates,
now standing on lhc city books
against them, the coinpanv be
placed on the Iree list in accordance with the provisions ol the
by-law; adopled.
The lerry  improvements  aid
bv-law was reconsidered and finally passed.    A by-law  to   n
mend  tlie  waterworks   regulations by-law, was discussed.
Council adjourned.
Secretary - II. V. Smith
Treasurer - F. tf. Fowler
The meeting adjourned al
call of the chair.
tin
RATEPAYER'S ASSOC IAI
Tin annual Mating of the
North'Vancouver Ratepayers'
Asseieiiutiioii was held on Mon-
dav evening, iii Larson's pavilion. Reports from the several ollicers were submitted antl
received.
A resolution was passed tliat
whereas the provincial government has signified its willingness lo contribute $2,yy«x> toward the cost of Second Narrows bridge, and whereas il behoves Uic city and the districi
councils to take- definite action
lim ard the construction ol llu-
bridge, bc it therefore resolved, ^^^^^^^^^^^
that thc city and district coun- dance, anil throughout an excel-
cils lie requested to prepare by-,lent and well arranged program
laws authorizing the contribu-! which endured until two o'clock
tion of definite, sums toward ' a.m., thc evening was one ol
this object, and to take what- sustained enthusiasm anil en*
ever additional steps may be ne- jovincnt.
cessary. j   'The music was provided   In
A committee was appointed that well known musical Hereto interview Postmaster McMii; gaiion, Harpnr's oiehcsira.an.l
lan, with relerence to addition-j the refreshments by thc capable
al postal facilities, aiid a reso-^ocal caterer, S. H. Walker,
lution was adopled favoring   a j   The committee proved thciu-
1,. 0. I„ BALI,
The interior of the Horticultural hall presented a gala appearance on the evening ol Friday, November 5U1., lhe occasion being the grand ball, under
the auspices ol the local I,. 0.
I, No. 1840.
The attendance comprised upwards ol 70 couples, 2,1 of whom
wuTe (rom Vancouver. The
strains ul the grand march called the merry company   to   thc
head of  Howe  Sound through
Squamish   valley,  the  I.illooet
and northward to Fort George,
the new application contemplates the abandonment of practically all of it.     The new route
as outlined, appears to follow
the registered route of tllc V.V.
ik B. Ry., trom Yancouver   to
Nicola Valley, that is to say, it
proceeds   from   Vancouver   to
New Westminster, crosses   tin
Fraser river via the- Fraser river
bridge, lollows the south shore
of  lhe   Fraser  through  Chilliwack to Hope, runs along   the
course of the Coquah.illa   river,
through   the   Hope  mountains.
and over the  divide  Irom   its
he-ad waters until it strikes the
head waters of the Coldwater
river.    At this poinl the route
ol the  V. V. cV   lv Ry.   turns
eastward and runs to Kcremos
in the   Spalhimcheeii,   but   llie
new route of the V.W. & Y Rv.
continues northward down  ,he
course of the Coldwater to Nicola citv, thelice still northward
to Kamloops, and Irom   Kamloops appears to follow almost
the identical course which lias
been adopted by the C. N. R.,
proceeding up the North Thompson river to Tete Juane Cache,
near the Yellowhead pass, from
which point it parallels the Iiiii
of the G. Ta Pa, running   eastward along lhe south   fork   ol
the Fraser river to a point between   Fort  George  and   Fort
UcLeod, and thence In- the must
iisible route to  Ha/.clton.   or
sonic other pofalt on the- Skcelia
river.
In connection with the 1 ba j-i
ol rou . lie Y. A. -. \ l.li
apply for an extension ol tiun
for the commencement ol construction to May 15, 1913, aiid
for the extension ol tin linn
limit lor tlic completion ol  the
line to Mav 13, 1913. These
tunc extensions, if granted on
the plan proponed, woultl cam
with tlie-lli the subsidv of |j00,-
oiin (or the building ol a bridge
nver thc Second Narrows.
A. lv Woods, managing director ol thei V. W. \ Y , when in
icrvicwcd by a representative ol
The Kxpress, confirmed ilu- accuracy ol the report, and expressed regret that he noticed
that opposition to  the   IC Willi
appeared to be in evidence upon
the part of North Yancouver,
alld stated his conviction thai
such a line nl nil inn would   U'
1 mistaken policy upon the part
nl the interests   ol  the   north
hore of the lnlcl.
At a special meeting nf the executive of thc board   ol   trade,
held yesterday (Thursday), tin.
proponed   alterations   in    the
charter of the V   W  ,V   ■    ■<-*
xei'tT considered and il  WBS de
tilled to delay a few -law   be
(ore  forwarding a   protest    in
Ottawa.   The proposition t" :''
dude Point Grcv and tin- Kortll
Arm nl the Fraser. m the Inr
bor bill was disciisscl,   and   a
committee was appointed to rt
branch post office on the hill.
The lollowing were elected as
ollicers for the ensuing yeW!
President - Colin F. .lackson
Vice-I'rcsident - J. J. Woods,
present the board at fnuin
selves experts in conducting a'meetings to thai with tin wal
soi ial function ol this order. ut, Thr committee conal
' Thev were Messrs, .1. A Sim, Henri. ,T. P. Fell, J (' Keith
ev, C Hofi, C. A. Lindsay, tf, Iv Mahon, W. .1. Irwin and \
H.' Stoney,'and J. McAfee.       |Wallace,
The initial meeting ol the conservative party, in lhe present
political campaign, was held in
Larson's pavilion on Thursday
evening, the speaker of the- evening being the government Candidate for this constituency,
Hon. F. L. Carter-Cotton. The
attendance was sufficiently large
to comfortably lill the seating
capacity of the llall.
The chair was occupied by C.
F. .lackson, chairman ol thi
conservative campaign commit
tee.
Mr. Jackson stated thai this
meeting would set the ball rolling in the interests of the- conservative party in what promised lo be a short, sharp and decisive campaign. He was per
sonally proud to support Hon.
F. L. Carter-Cotton, one ot the
ablest members of the provincial government. He had assisted in extricating tne province from the linancial disabilities under Which it had previously labored and lo place it in a
position to give material assistance to great public works, necessary to the future development of lhe province. The electors of North Vancouver were
nun who Carsfally weighed Uie
political situation and that lact
he considered woultl cause lliem
to return Hon. F. L. Carter-
Cotton with a handsome majority.
Geo. H. Morden dealt briefly
with the political conditions existing previous to the in-coining
of the McBride administration,
and enlarged upon the commanding attributes which the
premier, a native son of British
Columbia, had brought to the
.•advice of the province, at a
time when her great destine u as
crying aloud for a man to liberate her Irom the shackles ol
linancial impotence and place
lur in position to cope with tin-
work ol attaining that prosperity, to which lur iiiagnilieeiil
natural advantages ami fabulous resources (airly entitle her.
He- read an appreciation of the-
ability ol Hon. Richard Mc-
Bride, which recently appeared
in the Toronto World, and de-
atrcd amid loud applause, that
the province wa.s under a great
debt ol gratitude to that native
son oi llritisli Columbia, whom
the province' was pi mnl In lioitui
as lur prime minister, the Hon.
Richard McBride.
In attributing to Mr. McBride
the Iiunll\ ol leadership 111
huge degree, the speaker cited
the fad that he- hail chosen as
one ot his colleagues,a mall nl
ripe experience, who hat! been
a member of the house since
1N90, a man who, as hc.nl ol the
executive council, was, as the
chairman hail   stated,   the   bal
lasi ol the government, the e«
pabll and wise* adviser   nl   iln*
government, a man wlm ranked
as probably the foremost pat
liaiiuntariaii in the province.
the man wlm now present*!
himself as the 1 hostn standard
bearer nf the coaaervtllvi parti
(or Richmond riding, Ron  t
L. Carter-Cotton He relerred
to the high tribute' which .luhn
Oliver, the intcnti epohcMMB nl
ilie liberal parlv had paid on
that verv platlorm, to the Integrity and tin* wot lh nf Hon
F. L. Cartar-Cotton, and sub
united that the lust  ami most
intelligent discharge ol llu ndi
of citi/iiisbip, demanded thnl
the electors sustain tin govan
incut by casl ing their ballots
for Mr. Cotton on tin- 15th,
Noble Dickie, ol Cirhcm. in
ihr  course   ol   is   mhauativt
puili,   dealt    willi   praitnalli
every phase of the raflwat poo*
■ \ ni iln* government, and hand
leel in a forceful and convincing
manner, the objections thai iis
opponents won urginf igainal
it. He began bv declaring tN.it
Hon. Richard McBride was regarded throilglioui Cnnn'lr* na
one of the greatesi pre ml' I
the dominion toda) Tin speak
er followed the route ol the C.
N. R. through B. C, and poinl
ed oui iis great advantages as
to distances,  grades,   etc.,   Inr
through trallic.   He reierred to
the excellent country that would
be opened up by lllc Kettle valley railway and the mutual advantages to accrue to both lhc
mast and the interior by means
ol a sliort route lo lhc Okaiia-
gaa and the Kootciiays.       He
traced the  history   ol   railwai
development in the prairie provinces and contrasted the finan
cial agreement ol B. C. with tin
C.N.R., with the terms made In
those provinces, greatly u> tin
advantage ol this province. The
advantages of the proposed inn
route, with respect to lhc marketing ol  the grain  Irom   thr
prairies were displayed by th,
speaker in a manner that carried conviction lo the liiiinls ol
his hearers.     He pictured   the
great activity that would characterize the C.l'.R. and the G,
T.I'. in the matter of building
branch lines to all parts of tin
province, when it was an assured (act that a strong compctn
or such as the C.N.R. was coming, and prophesied as a result
of the undorseinciil of the railway policy ol the governillelil,
an era of wonderful  ami  rapid
development for British Columbia.
Hon. F. L* Carter-Cotton,up
on using lo speak, was greeted
with prolonged applause. He
stated that he considered il lit-
ting that Uu  first meeting   ol
ins campaign should be held in
North Vancouver, a citv so
closely allied naturally with
Vancouver and with which it
would lie connected phvsualle
bv 1 bridge aei'os.s See nnd Nar
rows bejore another election is
round. The government hail
gone to the people OM and OM
half years earlier than n needed
to have gone, Ikciusc nl the 1110-
iiitiitonsness of a well tiffined
railway policy, but it should
not Ik- forgotten that the goi
eminent had likewise a record
of striking success upon which
tn base lis appeal for the con-
lideilicc of the electors. The
speaker reviewed the successful
methods-adopted tn rescue the
province from financial depression, ami in this connection di
pressed lo pay a tribute to
Mussts Tatlow ami I'ultnn lie
referred to the ichool policy ol
the government staling thai iln
education lull has immense l\
improved the condition attend
ing the administration of the
public sehnnls As Inr publii
winks, thf government had al
n .nl\ shown Hscll luili alivr tn
the requirements of the pm
vince      Alllmugh at first   vrrv
muiii hampered lor lack ol man
ey, latterlv tin government had
Ix-en in position lo follow a
ninie enterprising policy with
the result that each \1.1r had
sceti larger amounts expended
111 public works until last 1c.1t
these expenditures reached .1 t"
tai of over J.t,ooo,o<>n.
LOCAL NEWS
.lack Loutet and N. Lonsdale
For Salc-
1 air.    $7,
-Mission oak Mnn is
e Keith block.
C. S. Young has sold hia
printing business in T. B.
Thomas, of Cainrosc, Allierla.
Ciistaii' Mm It.111
cd his lainiK imm
and is residing on
west.
has reinov-
Vancouver,
2nd street
J. A. Stoney vvill hold an a .-
scnibly 011 Monday evening, for
Un* advanced class at the Eagki
hall at 8 p.m.
I anted.-
of children,
day.      F.
Kitshen.
,*\ girl in i.il,
a portion oi
K. Bennct,
care
each
Kandie
The Merry Widow club hold
another ol their assemblies tonight (Friday) in lhe Horticultural hall.
\. lv Aiulcrs returned to the
city  this  week  after  a  thric-
clceks   linllilai  111 nllni p.ills nl
the province.
Tenders are being Invited 11
the lerry directors (or the construction ol the new concrete-
wharf at the ferry landing
IV A  Smith, ol 1). A. Smith,
Ltd., VaaCDaVer, has leased the
reside nee ol tf, I). Woods,corner
1st and Chesterfield avenue.
The Local Op*ion league has
opened coniliiit'cc moms, in tn-
Thompson block, over the Welcome parlor, with R. C. Hiss in
charge.
As Inr the railwai  polll 1   ol
the government the en I acces
site was, that it should lie fnllv
enderntood by the electors   11 •
considered that the government
had followed the sttaightfm
wanl plan, bv formulating thcil
p"lii\ and going with il dint I
to   the   people,    so   that     thee
might kimw al MCI wluthi 1 1I1,
electorate   wished    that    poliee
carried into elect,    II tin peo
pie sand ion the polky as outlined, a bill will lie brought 111
to lhe house al  tllc next    -*es
■,i"n, embodying the arhoh plan
in . cue   detail       lli   SCOttd   ""
Ins opponents with reference hn
tlu inuinsistiniv ol iinir posi
tion relative to the advii aMIitn
nl guaranteeing th bonds "(lines'.R The annual report ol
that railwaj shows groat aarn-
Ingl   Sii 000,000,   ml e.linings
1^,000,000, fixttl • hargi   l.t 000,
000 and a surplus nl l4,nOO,oon
te propound ign 1 num is nei
llii 1 reckless imr dangi'
tin*   standing   n|   the   railwai
slums il  In In   11 .1   1" i'i*
prudent.     The lui" 'its   of    th,
mie rallw.iv were puiriit tu all
A mes ting ol those Interested
in local athletics was held on
Tuesday evening, and Stem was
subscribed low aid-, plinllasing
the inlt'lesl'* nl A J, l'u Inn
Warlow in the athletic ground,.
Hon W .1, Bowser, profit-
ial attorney general ami ailing
minister of linance, will addiess
the electors in Larson's pavilion 011 the evening of Saturdav
the ."'ih inst.
Tin joint meeting ol tlu- coun.
cils ami tin waterfront propert]
owners,held on Wednesday evening, wot laigeli attended, and
developed nun a mii important
eoniercnec Fuller particular!
ol the icsiiits will bs available
wlnn the plans Inrinulattd arc
umbel matured, which proem,
it is hoped will imt inpiire a
longs) I" nod than a week or
ten dnys.
Continued on Pagi
Tell
The ladies aid  SOciet}   of St,
Andrew's Rreabytcriu church,
have in hand the pi, p.nation ol
an entertainment that promises
v..pimtial enjoyment to thoie
who attend.     Tin iiunitiiii   is
to produce a representation  oi
the old l.lsliliiiud dtstliit school '
the mimic progress ol whuh tk-
velnps   main    ludu tolls   silu.t- ■
tlnlis and  initlli   pinciikilig It-
1 id.nls     'll,,  daii will In*   announced Witu
A RI-sni.rTMiN
The executive ol thc ratepay-
r.sn, tat mil   held   a   spcei.il
mn nng or Thursday at whuh
the lollowing nsubitum was adopted wuh reaped in tin \  u
I \ 1 hai ter, ami Iorwarded t.>
Ottawa:
"Resolved that   ihis   association strongly and urge title pin
list   a^ainsi .hiv  lurther extuH
smn  ol   tune   being  granted in
ih, v tf, I v railway, la
completion oi their charter,  .1
II is tvitlent that tin*. 1 itettaioU
is teipniid soldi im epeculativ*
purpoaaa. ami will ).. Injurioe•
'■* 'in fiie oi Korth Vancouver
as 1 whole   and   the   propert 1
memrs wlm an Immediately in
■ .1 "
It is understood iha' 1 rcolu-
'tii'ii nl protest  Irom  the  citt
'Irnnmil has ,t|s,, been lent tn ibe
'i'l irtiiimt. TIIK EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVKR, B, C
11. C. GAZETTE
The list ol appointment! is
very light in the current Issui
ol the government organ, in
addition to tin appointment to
the c,ilinici ni Price Ellison,previously recorded, Wm. C S,
II,iiiinui ni Atlin i" in a court
ni revision for Atlin assessment
districi ami A,  II    IV.iu\  In be
,i member oi lhe board nl police
commissioners at  Cumberland,
makes up llie list,
Um. H.uin makes application
In purchase 1.10 .ules ,,) I,mil in
Cariboo districi
franklin I Nixon, merchants
ni Vancouver, have assigned lor
the benefit ol their creditors.
Bradatreet Co., .nnl l.uUi \
Blumer Realtt Co are register
nl .is i \n ,i |'iaac im ial  compan-
les.
The Iiiiiiiii ui'; licenses are i-*
sued to extra-provincial companies: Anglo-Canadian finance l'u , ni London, England;
capita] ii"i*.!.so; tf.R.Johnston
\* Co., Ltd., ol Toronto, capital
(750,000;    Scnltlsli    file   Assm
ance Co., Ltd , ol Edinburgh,
capita] C500, ; Trussed Con
Cfttf Steel Co., ol Canada, Iliad
nlliee Walkervllle, Ont., Capital
$300,000;   Nan 111  Coasl   file  In
suraace Co . "i Seattle, capital
$250,000,
Certificates  "i   incorporation
have  beell  granted    as    Iiiiiiiii s
Christie \- e 0 , Ltd., saw mills,
etc..capital J40OOO; Black Hawk
Mines,    l.ld,   capital   $100,000;
r.i. nu i'ii,ist Bridge Co , i.ipi
tai $550,000;  Hear   River   Can-
nm Mining Co , I.id ,  capit d
$500,000;   (Ills Staples  I.umber
Co . Ltd . capital $75 1, •. Canadian Development Co., Ltd.,
capital $100,000,
.Inllil   \K U.il'llll   makes  ap;. ;
cation loi .1 watei record  1
cubic   iui   per  second   out   ni
Sheep creek,   and  ol      .,    rubil
iu 1 per second out ni iln- south
Inrk iii sheep creek
Notice is given thai e niuiiii-.a
tions inr auayers 1 ill ' 1 i*id
at Victoria, on December 6th,
1909.
IIAmtni-.  HATTERS
fDamilton
TIip S-pnsp of Security
ii i'n. im, l 10»1110 r r o w
i.'.nuill be niniilf iitccn-
live   lo   Have   1 o■ j 11 y.
Your   KtiviiiJ-i.   Acrouuf   Solinitrel.
PAYNTE1        At'.l'NT
NOKTH  VANCOUVKR, B, C,
■
.It'MOR SOCCI-R
'
N.V. BOAT C LIB
ln.es n| Chesterfield ave.:    The executive   ol   the   Nortli
have formed  a football Vancouver Boat Club has called
a special gclleT.ll lliccllllg nl lllc
iluii In be
nil
Thursday
Save your Piano by having
an Expert  do your  Tuning
T. BRADLEY-TAYLOR
260  Second   St.,  West
ark liiiHruntcivl.     hrnp 11 posts! ind
nil-all.
N. V. Transfer 6
Livery Co.	
Phone 97       Night Calls 106
R.  v\m>\
'Lilian, t
Cartage, RemovalBi
I'n reel Delivery,
-   - STORAGE  -   -
All Mail ,-iddrcssod to Box 157
flic
silmo! 	
club, iiliiili   tlui   have  natnei
the  "Iliinu Is,"   and  have cap
lured  a  place ill  the  junior lea-  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
gne,     (Iii Saturday List,   thei   November l.\ in Larson's hotel.
played the Cedar Cottage team The subject nl discussion will be
ami were defeated by a score of uic proposed change of thc con-j
one goal to nil.   The bcok can   ,„„„.„,* „, _. |,0,a Ull|, l0 J
llnl  be Said  In In   a  lair lllillci , ,   , , ,        ,' .
,   I       ,  , *,     , ,,,    v.iclt   club,   SO   Ihal   the   club
timi ni thc relative ments nt tin* ■
teams,   as  tile   bual    lines    had ttl11  he  m  a  pnslllnll    tn   make
the ball m lllc enemies' ten imi • application lor membership   nl
quit) three-quarters oi the time the North West   International
and although the) mined sen- ViUlll K<ulll,, Association,    it
iiig onli In ■ iin n,ninn mai-     , ,, ,    ,i .     .,.1
5     __i .        -   ,,        ,  , Is lell  bv lhe i-xce utile lhat the
^iii several limes, they did not
sinned  in  putting  lhe ball   be-  -Iub should make cvei'i client to
ieueii ihe-posts.   The goal got become a recognised club,  and
be ilnn opponent* was reallj ■ be in a poaition to get into the
WEDDING
RINGS
Underwear
The rolil niclila put tm in niinii nf heavy Underwear, Shirts,
SweHli-rai Knit Wnnl Wati mnl I'vervlliin*.'neeewari fnr winter
wear.   Tluy Ul all kepi hen- in etri'iit ninety for men ami boyi.
Men's Heavy Union Underwear lor     50c.
Men's Heave Wool Fleece Lined,   best quality     75c,
Men's Extra Heaiy Wool Ribbed Underwear      1.00
Men's Blue Tip IVnnian's Unshrinkable Underwear...    1.25
(Illni lines ol Ycr\ fine Wool, Unshrinkable, tor 1.25 to 1.50
Boys' Underwear
In Fleece Lined, sires so to 33    25c. up
In Ileal\ Wool,        "        "          30c. up
lu Very Pine Wool, sizes is to ji    50c. up
Fancy Vests, Oui -Coats.  Men's Suits
In the very latest styles.
oca
kiwraiwi
CUMMINGS
.■m's Clothing,        Furnishings,       Men's,
Children's Boots and Shoes.
Ladies', and
NEXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
t.  II. -rniS'KY
W. C.   MOXKIIU'N
chance kick inun 1 corner, ami
uas imi reallj earned, What
ilu local boyi need is lhat some
local player ol experiino ui.nu
lest Ins Interest in ihe welfare
n|  lhe sport   and   oi   the   local
team. 1^ volunteering to attend
at Run ation park one or two
aitiiiiimii* during iln imk and
coach iln youngsters in the
inu points ol the name and il
possible go with then i" Vancouver, to referee the games,
Two league nanus hau been
played thus [gr ,,1 arhkh om
has Inin iimi and niu Insl. Thev
all   sillciltllcd Inl   a ganU   el el i
Saturda) until Deconbei (oth,
sn thai iluii is ui plcnu .11 op
piiiliinilc  in had llii  li.ii;ne.
.    The team contains the matd
"P0MI !,,) |or  , uriiuing aggregation,
and am experienced footballer
nhn iioiild  give  his  services
Tin   conference  nl   heads   "i
municipalities and publii bodies*
held in  Vancouvei   last   week,
with reference lo lh
board ol harbor commlssleme
appointed 1 committee cnnsisi
tl Iii'l- III        .i 1     lit W II"        11 " 111' I        t ■ ' * ui.t       •">% »  a av\   • ,
nm nl Alex  I'hilip, Aid. McMil        ,, ,       ,1      ,
, "      ,,,*,,      1 might comiiiiiiiiiatc mth iiilui
lan  and  Kn u   1*..un.l.    Iii   ior.     , „   ,, ,     ,
.,       r. tin    1 1 •    Jesse Williams or .!, I. Crow-
sider the dial   bil   siihiiiiut"l   IV j ,     ,
.*    ,  , , 'der, assistant principal
Norih Vancouver, and 10 form-1    ' ■""—*     ~~ ,
uiai. 1 petition to be lorn irded
to Ottawa in connection   hen
With      The uiiiiiiiitlce mil I.ili-*
and  adopted  the bill  llllll onlv	
mn amendment, natnei) the ad- Granville" or 17th and Cheater
diiion ni the North Am, ol the ,,,1,1 ,,„ beat prices.
l-rasii nver, to iln waters  lo
be Included In tin jurisdii li»m ol
the board,    A lorm ol petition     Cu ihatt B. Williams, [nrtiiei-
wns drawn up and will he loi K teller al the local branch ol
warded direct   to each  ol  thc the Hank ol 1! n A . ims in tin
municipalities and publii bodies dty  on  Wednesday,  reluming
mina iaa   lor official signature Irom 1 succeaaful bunting   trip
by tlnir officers at Bnmas prairie
ll vou are thinking "i selling
\out   iiittiitnie   ami   household
I Is    see    F,   K   White,     loll
international  racing   whenever j
the opportunitj  arises.      All
iiiciiibcis should make  a  point
ol being present at ilns meeting
as It  is ol  the uliunsl  unpnil
aim thai ihis question should
In settled. The meeting ts call
ed lot S p.m. prompt,
)
Ql IKBR BRAND
Red
Raspberries
l»r this week onl>
2 TINS FOR
25c.
IT
CR.
Hickman's
Tin- Quality Htm*
llll   l..m-.l:i|.* Via*
Phone 40
Are bought fnr, out nol by ihiiih 11, 111 the lair si x aie ultcii
consulted ibout the purchase,
,11 they should be. Wedding
a mnol be too good in
quality—they are not everydij
pun has. s We hive them in
heavy iolid gold, gusrsntsed
in la-1 a long lifetime. In
other styles oi rings we eiiily
lake the lead in cun ty, quality and low piiei s. I Inv your
|. Wl III  lleli*  llllll UUI   will  gel
the In st value for your money.
GRASSIF. & CO.
318 Cambie Street
Soil llintl fur Mnresiii. the ln*-t
iiiaitenal (nr mills and Ml1ln|l
l'lione IWO
W. H. STONEY (& CO.
Signs "i every tlescription
Wallpapen, PainU, oils, Vnrnishea, tlo.
Houae Painting  (Haling, Paper Hanging
lli'l'ill'lllilli:. i• tc.
Kiilstuniiiing
0999****************************** **********
\ ('Kill VANCOUVER
Cun I'l.'ll .1 it n
l'n,| 'irli'i>
STEAM
LAUNDRY
Everything new and up-to-date,     All classes ol  laundry
work lor hotels, houses, individuals, etc.
1 11st class work  Dy latest and best methods.     City  snd
district delivery,     Mode-rale charges.
Have vour Launbry Word done locally.
HUD 01 Mil AND VtOKHS:
I Uh Street, last
DOWN 10WN 01 net
37 lonsdale Ave
DISTRICT LOT 1039
n
Hi- district l"i subdivided into i|uarter-acre blooki wu pnl on lhe mar-
ki-t lii-i ivi-k.    Dm ut 68 blooki, 20 hiTiilreidy been told including
h»th«CAPILANO RIVERFRONT.
Thoae 29 tre really told, not reserved, and] can give buyer's name to
thou uini ilmiiii thi-.
Thn reaaon for these Murks selling sa. fast is not far in seek
block ia FULL QUARTER-ACRE OR LARGER   Thej
I*. VI-IT
»rc litu-
ited by tha Capilano River |uit where the new bridgi on tha MARINE
I'III VKW A V i* io in-limit. Tenden for thia work will ba sailed for in
the iu ar future Tfaili are open on thl roadi in tho lubdiviaion, all leading
io the KEITH ROAD, the northern boundry of the property.
YOU CAN WALK, CYCLE MOTOR OR DRIVE TO THE PROPERTY NOW
PRICE FOR FULL QUARTER-ACRE   $200
99x110 and 78x147.   <>nly $20Cash and22.50quarterly.   HO INTEREST.
'let your pick of the remaining 39'
JACK LOUTET
lllll    tie     II.   r,.    N
Brsneh, Cornw Qomii tot boasds      i* npl
Look lm lhe above" trade mirk,
ih, - i'n aai quality, on your
cereal I
We in.iiiiit.il inn iln- l« st
Roiled Oats
on li.i iii.iiK* t imi.u.
I., ive youi ordan witli ns inr
HAV, GRAIN
AND  CHOP
Prompt Deliver)
Sstisfscti it i luarantai d
m. Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdale Avenue,
at Fi rry  Landing
{as. ( hapin.ni,   local manager.
flllS
i llu Ii 111
Can   leave   lerry   landing lor
all points, as lollows:
•6.15
1.111.
*6.45
11
•7.20
11
7-5"
11
8.20
11
,,
8.50
ii
9.20
11
9,45
11
Alter which cars
leave i
it ten
minutes past tli
1 ho
ur and
twen-
unul
lv minutes  to
thc
hour
midnight.
P Not on Sunday.
Cars leave Lonsdale Avenue,
Keith Koad, and Queensbury
Avenue Terminals as follows:
•6.05 a.m.
•6.30  "
•7.00  "
*7-35  "
8.05  "
 I     8.35  "
9.45 " \_M        9-oo "
9.25 "
9-45  " *
10.25  "
io.55  "
After which cars leive «l li\e
minutes to the hour and twenty-five minutes after lie hour
        until midnight.
For ('.rouse Mountain take the Lonsdale Avenue car. For
I,vnn Valley take the Queensbury Avenue car. For Cipiluio
take the Keith Road car.
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Ji
Sna|) in Lynn Valley
(loe-quartar aere block, on Centre Bold, oloaa to dure and car line.
1275, $7fi caah, Ihe balance in ti, 12 ami l* monthi.
Another man in Lynn Valley—:* acres in Dl. 2169, $1076.  $"i"5
oath, tha balance In 6 and 12 monthi,     Fori sliort time only,
THESE ARE THE TWO BEST BUYS IN LYNN VALLEY
Martinson & Co.l
A'f.// I'.'tiitc MM   Inmriince Agents
NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C.
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THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
MISS ALICE M. STEEDE
Kiperienced TEACHER OK MUSIC
Certificate Irom Lei|iiigCoiiservatnriuin
Tuition in Engliah, French and Herman
Pupils prepared lor teachera' and Uni-
veraity exainlnaliona.
Lessons given at pupil's residence.
Terina Moderate.
Address:—Capilano,  North Vancouver.
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Und Clearing, Stump and Rock
Bloating. Extra cara naar houaaa.
All damiiges made good
KMPI. HYMKNT     AGENCY
• nd HI.   \v»aa< ,,t l.nnad-la
I'O.Hni I,
1). C. SCOTT, l'ropri-tor
A  fall nml ra mji/-t* ilwlk uf IhuClriri
I'niili.  llninj I'mtlucti, Fhmr and r'etil,
Yrgrlablri, VV., Uft emVitid.
lia! a.*ry mndf to .11 parta nl tha clly
Cor. ko tli Rid and Mahon Imm
Phone 82,     Norlh Vancouver
NEW LODGE HALL
Plans for a $20,000 structure
will be- submitted to the- dire-el-
ors of the Pythian Castle Hall
Co., of this city, at their meeting this Friday evening. The
building will be modern in all
its appointments and will Include a large assembly ball. The
company owns an excellent site
at the corner ol 4U1 street and
Chusterlield avenue.
tl
E1HEL R. HARDMAN
3   Kll 111   lll.Ol'K
lit
General Contractor
CLKABINO, GRADING,   EXCAVATING, Etc.
235mt MM ■ ill) row
MTH VJWrOl'VH lillll/N SCHOOL
AND rilEl'AKATOKY
M ism". Q, M, Iii,1 ri mil V. I CM*!
Department! unl terms ah ftilWi-wii
K1 n.W'riitrtpti, M.mi per month.
Prt'pitra ... •   ,&0>|« month,
M\\   ll> i'il, %X INI IU|I01U Ml   111.
For jirn-pi-rtua, tlV . Ippi] w V <•   bni lift, or
lUU«MlOol.Oor,l*OfladAla   ,\vi> awl |7ili St I
11.
Manufacturer
 j       of
ill ki ml 1 nl Minion and Antique Furniture, Store, Office, H»nk ind B»r Fix-
inrei.    He pairing in all iti branches.
Pt'KNITl'RR   aTuHAGB
171 Third 91 W., ll.l. a hrnlaaiflalrl .nd LonadllS
ai|i|ia,.ll, School
MAIL ORHERS jiren prompt attention
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
jo to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hsll
60   YEARS'
eXPERIENCB
Canyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
Tradi Marki
Dciioni
-.,,.. COPTRIOHTI At
Anrone -milltif a .k.trh and dHorlpUnn mar
qaloklr ucruln nur opinion free, whei li.r an
tnfenilnn t. prohalal-i* puieiilabta, Connminlftv
lion,.moll.wn0.l«ailf,U. HANDBOOK on I'.l.nu
Mat fraa. CfldMt ....ner for ..onnnfnuaea.
Pttanta talian tbrouth Munn * Co. racalft
■petal noticas ■ it bout OMrie, In tha
Scientific American,
.   *.-_.. .1. IIIH.*M|^1 m,--lu       r-,.,»rt   Mm.
THE FINEST TOURIST RESORT ON THE
B C. COAST
AUTOMOBILE STAGE meets every cir it end ol Keith
Koad Line, North Vancouver.
Kates %i.50 per day and upwards.
¥. CANCELLOR,
Manager
West Vancouver Moter Launch Service
Launch "Weal Vancouver," Captain Hlack
Licensed lor 35 passengers
TIME TABLE
1.,'avea Wist Vanroui.r La*M*N faMMTU
ll.,llyl,lirn IVharl Cil)   K.rrl-.-'   llliarl
I v. 1 *. ll a 11 Iv.ipl •.inula-
7.35 a.m. S.oo a.in,
9.00 a.m. 10.00 a.m.
11.00 a.m. 12.00 a.m.
13.00 p.m. 14.00 p.in.
15.00 p.m. iii mi p in.
17.00 p.m. ll DO p hi
19.oop.1n  -..iiiuii.if in I. 13.00 p.m,
Q*3oa.in  Sundae Miedulc I4.00p.ln.
17.00 p.m         "  jj.uii p.m,
Quickest route from Nortli Vaacoavei taith.ili-.ttMt beyond
CspUaao River. Laaadi "West Vsncouver" 111.1 k, 1 connections, iMlli'int l.iil, willl the I'H* *!• ,11111. Innn Ni'illi \ ,111
couver, as per above schedule.
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
awaama »t
THE MISSES DAWSON
Certiorated Sargiell, Medical and
Maternity Kurni
Nn ill Suit Out M totSttttm
For  terma apph  at tin Hoapital
Cor. IMh Strut A St. Andriw'i Av».
PHONl a«
fl
Every North Vancouver
Property Holder needs
"THE EXPRESS" - - ■
$1 per year
Cut out thin lulvi-rtiscnictit nntl seiul it to us witli your name ami
address mid we will place your name on our list of subscribers
NORTH SHORE PUKSS, I.imitm
NOKTIl    VA.NtHIVKR
Name.
Address
MAY & BURNS
Real Estate and Financial Agents
Lot :6, Hlock 28, D. L* 273.   Price S800.   J425 cash
Balance in 6 and 11 months
Lot 7, Hlock 8, I). L* :;,t, with two room house.
Price Jiooo.    Half cash, balance' to 20 months
lo acres in Capilano, east side.    Price $1750.   Otit-
third cash, balance 1 and 2 years.
A\ acres in S.K. ', 1). L. 1046.    Price fjooo,     Oiu-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
Chas. H. Cates
PILE DRIVING
AND
General Contracting
APPLY AT
HEAD OFFICE-Rooms 12 and 11,   Flack Block
163 Hastings Street, W.    Te.cplie.in SON
Or Cate's Wharf,  North Vancouver.     Phona 13H
>VVW/,^'^l«^k*V«/«/VV*^-^^**>^-VWS*/ArVVVV*V*V^
PROVINCIAL  ELECTIONS
Vote for F. Carter-Cotton and the Second Narrows Bridge
Sec Wbat Jo*. Martin $aip:
MK.   JOBBFH   MAKTIN   ON
THK 11KRITS OF THK
PARTIES
To Kditor ol the "News Ad."
Sir:—lt shows the state to
whim Uberfliam baa lieen  h-
diieed ill Hritish Columbia when
the new leader, Mr. Oliver, is
one ol those Liberals through
whose- aetiotis the- Hon. Richard
McBride became Premier,
Mr. Oliver, when he was supporting Mr. McBride as leader
of thc opposition during the
lirst session of iqoj, could not
find words stroti); eiionjjli to eulogise him. Mr. McBride has
not cheated since then, except,
perhaps lor the better, n it is
rather difficult (or thl public to
take seriously Mr. Oliver's pre-
sent denunciation of him
TJie (act that in fyQV Mr,
Oliver lelt sure of becoming I
member of Mr. McHride-'s minuet,when lormed,does fiol make
thc case any better Ior liim.
However, la spite ol ti.a 1I-*-
lieve- that tin- choice ill Mr OU
ver us leader was the wisest
that uiuld be Hindi' ill vine ul
the latt thnt nil the best linn
have Ion-; ago beea driven out
of the parti 111 ltrilisli Coluin-
bia.
In no event could Mr. Olivet
expect to win at ilu- pending
general election, but lit* might
have laid I found,iliuli lur vii-
tory at the next election. He
was, however, not big cnoii-jli
(or the place, and haa taken the
very course which will ensure
the exclusion ol his party Inun
power (or 111 any years. In fait
Mr, Oliver will have to be superceded bv I stronger man before the party can MKCeed.
it is abundantly clear thai to
win, the Liberals lnus.t mm
either Victoria or Vancouver.
Victoria is completely lost owing to the fatuous coftdnct ol
Mr. Templeiiian, who has mn
caned himself more with pun
ishing friends ol mini* than with
building ap himsell and winning
bach to Ins support diagraatled
Liberals
Vancouver   night   easily    lie
won.   The dominion . u-i ooa .1
u.ll   SfO   showed   ele.ille    thai
the Liberals art la 1 najoritt
there,    Tin comhlaad eoti   m
Mr. Miliines and invseli tKetd
nl lhat. of Mr. Cowan by sen i
.il hundreds, and practically all
mv supporters were Liberals
There was ml] one way for
\lr Oliver to win Vancouver,
and that was lo bleak away
Irom the eorinpl can); who ban-
controlled   the   l-ibara]   Part}
there lor su inane   vials He
lus,  Iaatead, embraced  them,
just as Mr Maiilonald did al
tin* laat jm in ral 1 lei tion. The-
result will be that Mr. Oliver's
laimlidatcs in Vaiiititivi t 1 annot
•;t't the iiiile|ieiiilttil I.iln i .il vote
and llurelore i.iuiiot Ik* elected
lt would have beta impossible
for Mr. Oliver t.i have sib tied
as his suppoiteis   at   his   fu*-1
aiaitjtg in Vaacoavei two tuotc
11 |'li al exponents ul llie |inlli\
which has ruliieil I.ii-ii.ill 111
iinie lhan Ralph Smith,  .'I I'
and T. F. Neelaads    Mi Smith
is on conliiliiili.il leriiii w-.lli
Sir Wilfred Laun.r, and I,as
bun lur main uais aw ,ir-' ul
llie true posiiiun in Vuniomvr.
A wortl Irom Sir Willied ...tin
ur at any tiun would ba..
troyetl the pOWttl d the gaii);,
bin Mr Smith WU 1,uiiul ii
see that lie ngVi r spokt that
word
At the last nacre! atactica 1
voted iur iln live McBride 1 aa
didntes. II 1 wen there next
Iiionth  1   WOUld   do   the   same
thing.   I did so becaaae I ha*
IliVeil  that   ll   thc   l.lb-t.ils    -jol
into power b] carrying Vaacoti
ver with iln bela ol the nirriipl
gang alluded, tin i   wutibl si' ll
all the loose assits uf the province.
To my mind tin 1 a- are muiie
11.1 mi*, win Mi   Ml I'inli s||,„ilil
Ihi turtle.1 mil. but we must   id
mil that the provincial .1
t.ilaeii over hy lum in l»"i, siill
u-limg to the people,  ' -
smli as li.,ei been tliriled intu
iiiiitny whiih has luiind its way
mlu tin  ]iioMiir..il t:i I ui\
'llus is not the i.ise with   11
g.ud to the assets ol  the   du
minion taken over by the Liim
al party in 189 -.   A ^rcat pari
has k-cotnc the privati propert}
nl   bailing    l.ilmals,   sotUM   "'
ulnilii  were niciiibeis   A  perils
BMtal and many o| wl.om uere
1 uiiiiu letl in business 1,1  blood
with ministiis ul iln  1 town.
1 tUah it is iln* dulv ot av
p,tiiiutii British Columbian to
.nuill such a cataatropb lur the
province, and the onl', Wl    I "
sible   stems  lo be   by  n taining
ill   power   lhc   pieselit   j;uuiii-
uieiil.    Yours, etc.,
JOSKPH MARTIN
Caattw House, Westminster,
London, Kng., OcioIhi 17,1909
Richmond Conservative Association
PERCY KINO, Secretary TIIK EXPRESS, NORTH  VANCOUVER, B, C.
TIIK EXPRESS
Nokiii V ,.-..   , .ttt. 11  C.
It llkl* 01 vl IKtl-KIITIlIN :
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1'iiite.l etstaj- nn! i oreign.ll Wpwynf
ADVERTISING  BATES
T«ax-:ist DuriAi   InviimimsTi'
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I.AM' ein Iimi i ■ V*i It H   N dsjn  ♦''.
*   lijri, 17.50.
Inji; tnviitiiisn   lir-i Iniertlon, in
I tl piT .III,     r,l**ll -ula.'i|l|rlll nicer-
tion, tfc, |n*r lim-
Kni'iv. N**iia i - in Locai  Niwi Cul
a m   in centi j-r hn,- ,*,,, h Iniertlon
(.aMi.ial    Am i i:i!-l Mi m-      liaile-   If
ringed a*■'■■'! I liken,
All iiiiiii*:* - ta Ivertl* ii ■ iltl
mn.t I.' in ii * Imndi ol the priawr bj
\,,*,||,. nl.ll a l* hlll.'t.., ll-lin* |illlllll'llll,i|.
ill llll*   HlM    .--Ha*.
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Nnllll    Vl.V nl U a ,    N* IV,   tl,     l'l'"l
V, \\. it V. I'l,ANS
l''or senile months past, perhaps no matter oi publii import
closely affecting lhc interests ol
North Vancouver citj and dis
ma, has been tbc lopic nl more
frequent ehsuissioii or more- live-
Ij conjecture, Iban the- question
ai lu what COUTH iia.iii.i be lol-
lowad by tht Vancouver, IVeat
uiiiisiir \ Yukon Railwa) to.,
Ill  Men   nl  llie   lait  that    I lli 11
ihaitei extenaion would expiri
in .\la_i,  iy iu.      That e-n.
ha.s nmi received ili ansa-ei, in
the applications im change  oi
route and extension ol time, loi
whuh llit companj   has   .nlU'i
used it.s intention of applying
to the dominion bolUM at its ap
proacbing session, an outiuu oi
whieh appears in  another col*
mun ol ilns issue,    ll ls sale lo
It) that llli Ksllll Is a enlllplete
siiipnsi to all and pelllaps innn
particularly io ihu.se wlm might
reaaoaablj bt expected to ix- ia
a ian way, to guagi tin pro
btbiliiiea, in such s situation,
As lo iiii general merits of
the proposed change, Iron Uh
viewpoint ol a practical rail
road operator, iha general pun
lie 1-, able lo aimi at Ottlj an
indirect conclusion, aa lhat pub
lie comprises Ihoac who are uui
sullukllll)   Wised  111    the    lull
nica! issues involved, lo arrivi
at ain opiuiuu unassisted,    Tin
general  consensus  ol  opinion,
bowevo | is um wlm li ii.a
growing uiioii  the iiiilul U  the
well ii,imu,ed   British  Columbian l'>i MMM lillle pasl, liali.i
1)  lhat ill lib gOUral i*nUl.se,llu
lOUle outlined   l.s,   all   ka!lllis
..ni iiiilul, iiu ui)  inst  rail
wa)   roUtl   let   lua.iliii   ill   pel
Jijji*. poaaibls ui discoverj-,lrom
the Winiiili',ni Pass rn its u
llllll),   to   Iiill I,llll   lliiil   ul     lu
■.In i'a, iin seaboard N
ition i.e.u-; .1'iipii'i .. I'ltiiu.
ihe conccaaioa  must logical!)
w,  ilui  lium  a railroad
point   ul   Win,   and   Iinin     i>
laiiiipuwt ul tlnir  nun
■U,  the   \ .  W.  '^   Y    Kailwa)
Cu.    hale    ....uli     .in    i *
llll/U,   II   tin)   iall   i a.le      .In 11
plan tu succea dul issui.
Ihis is Hut lllc   onl)    a: |n, I
llUUa  Ml ,    llllllll     llll     prOpOl II I""
iia Interests ui Norlh
Vaacoavei i Itj aaid districi nu
a4 h) the pioposid chang
.mil it is iacumbenl   upon
municipalities lo coasidei
the matin   with deliberation,
and in aii .   . in ordi I
that ..in h a, lion ii,.i) in taken,
inj he adjudged
im Uu puipci sate) uarding oi
ilite.rebti.
.Nulth \ aUioinel ii I
miii.ii railwaj coaaacUoa,
i-sueti conncctioa la iiu oal
lackiag, to transform ih.
north iii-ie ni linn.ml iniit in
■J.
possibly be more remote from
the public mind than that even
the- slightest avoidable obstacle'
ihould be created, to Impede thc
coming oi a railway, (in the
contrary, absolute unanimity oi
opinion exists io the eflect that
everj     reasonable    concession
should be lnaele, and every possible encouragement should be
extended, tu anj railwaj com
pany, which dues nut involvt
an undue relinquishing oi Uu
rights and privileges ui Uu peo
pie. ilm is lu say, North
\ ancouver wants railwaj nans
pni iation i.n ilities, at the earli
est pusslblc dale, bul at the
.same ume North \ aiieouvcr is
lull) eullseluus ui the l.ul lllal
suuiier or later such tianspurt.i-
Uou is buund lu come, and* that
11 Wuuld be Uttch lllscl pioccd-
uie upon her pull, to allow llu
mailer lu be deferred lot a lime
n necessary,rather than iu hapten n by means ui an agreement
ihat lala, wuuld prove detrimental tu the iiui lh sliure.
The- lad uilh which the
propoied alteraUona couiront
Nurth Vancou va, is this, Ui.it
while under Uu original char-
ler the irallseulllllle'lllal U Ule
Would euiuc eluiui the oh j. c cl
Uuwe Sound and Imd il*>   lirsl
puiui oi contact uuh Burraid
inlet ai .Nuith Vancouver, un-
der  the  route  as it  ia  uow
suujjllt lu lueate ll, all through
llallie Insl teaches KiiuaiJ Inlet al \ ancouvcr.
This is a siiuaiiuii which il is
Uui   at   all   pleasant    lor    the
norih shuie lo contemplate, The
iiuiiii use potentialities Induatri-
all) and  lullinielilall),   ol   uiu
magniliccnt littoral innn Horseshoe Ha) tu Deep Cove, a dis-
laiiie nl Hum iiunl) lo lliul)
miles, ale such, llial ll is bill
it,i , ii.ilile to expeii thai anj
railwaj compaaj seeking prion-
t> ni right thereto, should be
prepared tu grant as an equiva
kill    lllilelor,     that    lis    lilies
-hiiulil approach North Vancouver Hum the north, thus developing a diatrict illicitly tribu-
i.iii iu the North Shore, and
conicrring upmi North Vancou
ver ihe advantagta consequent
upon hci pusiliuu, as the j oiiu
at iihieh ihat railwa] would
first reach Burrard Inlet.
Under Uic proposed nea ordi i
the V.  tt. ct  V.  wuuld Iir '
nee at Vaacoavei aa Uu terminal puiut ul the liiii, wlnl' I'l
iliai hue wuuld be added an extension across a bridge at Sec
und Narrows aad running slong
our eiiuie foreshore, presumably
luili!   lul   lhc  main   line.
Tin result would be lhat in cob
sideralioa ul  connecUon   with
une inn running Irom \ ancou-
Vir   lu   Tele   .hialle    t .nlli,     ,le
should hau balded nui control
ol Second Narrows iiiutj;i, aid
iln niinii ui ihe magniliccnt
waterfront ol Um aorth shore.
mn total "i 1'iiniii iimt
Noi ih ^ aiiiuiui i iimild receive
tor this immenselj valuable asset, Would In  plai licallj  a ■ '
cin railwaj  along tin  watei
lluni, hiuiiii uii': mt tin "ttih
sholc wilh a railwaj which
would be onl)  a provincial line
.lllll   lllllllll   llul   In   alile   In  nlli, ,
iii its uwii right, anj Iran •■ on
Iin lllal laillllles
The qnesliuii nu   North  Van
iniiiei iii) and disiiiit to mn
sidu  is, Is llu . a good bui
propo mon      iii whal Uu I
w  ,\ \. seemingly has lo oft i
should ne gal a I.ui ioiiillieru.il
eipiie,ilellt     lor     lhe-     lieilelils
r-ought ii) iimt company,
iln   .iinin.itin   proposition
uIih1i is submitted Iron Influen*
is, thai ihi i Itj .imi
diatrict ni N.iiih \ ,nunnm,m
gether with lhe waterfront pro
|H.ii\  owners, should lorm  ■
ompany to build a o rvlci r.nl
Here \s a really
Cbea|> House Buy
4-room Cottage on a 60-foot Lot, Keith Road
Block 65, garden.
Price $1700,   Terms $850 ca-', balance in 6
and 12 months.
ELDER HURRAY CO.
Tht    Sherwin-Williams   Paints   Ceter   tht    Earth
MILLINERY
Fancy Goods
.-|'.a 111. |,a|a|a l|a,||..11) ft*|   Tllllallll**!  Ilt,l-
VL' ire ontnlnf iniw deptrtn-ut li
" aa,|iii,.|*ii,,ii will, mir mi I li iif r v.
I lllll line,if
ART NEKDLEWOBK uml
FANCY noons
Coiai'ting of Centre PleoM in ITlllt,
Wu' *-'.'iin. ent wurk ntnl lii'initifnl etn-
brniilery elesiatiiH. Tu- teinl Towi] liui'k*..
Willi mottnUt, plmtii Frames nitlininuiils
ami nil iieeessirv iiniieriiil- lor working
an needlework.
M I SS CURLE   -'a ' •""/"/f •■''"'••  Nsttk fmtmtt
SAWS
are guaranteed  Igainsl defect in material, but we
warrant our Kcea Kuiter saws to be perfect, and
in "lie entire satislaetiioii.     11 they (nil to do so,
the purchase price will be cheerfully refunded.
• •»•••♦••"» *i ♦ »**.**■>. -.• i» • • i
IIIE    LONSDALE    PHARMAC) f
SILLS DRUGS AM' IfEDICINES '..
AT   VANCOU VER   PRICES    ... I
t
TRADE AT HOME     j
GIVE   US  .1   TRIAL   ON   YOUR \
NEXT ORDER. PHONE 20 I
' I
/'. S.  THOMAS. Thin, ll      ♦
DRUGGIST    %
V
*i**•**!*••**•*'•*••**•*••**»'*i**•**•**•**•**•'*! *♦**•*'•**i*,i**i**»"«**i**i**i*,i"i'*,**.*•!••!•♦'••*• •*••*••*!
that these-p.ir.l.s. l,,v,.l,,, will,   PfCaerVjnq f=rU|t»
the- nrfghboriag municipalities,
,    ,, , , IX SEASON'
should unite their resources  to
build Second Narrows bridge, Full stock of Freih Grooeriei
bringing  their combined iiiiiii-        and I'nii'v ProdllM.
en,,- tn bear upon the federal Wbertt Oewrnawol Omman Batui
and the provincial governments
We are head ipiartcis lor all kinds ol Mechanic's Tools. ,
Paine  ®. McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
Tht    Sherwin-W illiam s
4
Paintt   Cater
1*1     Earth
loi financial assist,une, tor the
undei Liking.
The can ol all traaacontinen-
tal lines, tO be handled tiver tlu-
bridgi   and  the  senile'  uillu.ii
upmi predaelji the same terma.
The active steps whieh are being taken to have this matter
uilh disiiissed by the- property
owners, the councils and tlie
public bodies nl the north shore
are well aihlseil, and il is
strongly to be hoped that   lhe
lesllll will be some  Well delilled
scheme lor united action, which
mil earn this momentous issue
to successlul conclusion, for the
highest welfare oi North  Van
couver,
;illi liriek lur |1.0U
Sei Laid Kggi "ku-. perdoSra.
liii WELCOME PARLOR
J. llnr vs, ,,, |>i „|i.
I13 LaOnsdsle Avenue
Pioneer
Bakery
Diplock -Wright
Lumber Co.
DIMENSION LUMBER
8HIPLAP
RUSTIC
BHINGLE8
LATH
KINI8HIN0 LUMBER
Kiv„ ETC.
A SNAP
POUR ACRES CLOSE To LON8DAU! AVE.
This will ni.iki' a good lubdiviiioo
l'rii'i-s mnl It rnis ri-.'lit.
ALEXANDER SMITH  & CO.
Lonadila Avintie, our Ferrv
Pbonw CMotU Home 22
Onr
Hit    Cl'jltl.
S. H Wdlker,  -   Proprietor 	
I n li Bn •"! ilailv deliven I
tn all parti "I Ihs i iiv
|6 li'.iles |   I   M
| Inr  13 Cl Ills
/./•:/' US HIVE YOU A
FIGURE <>S VOUR
LUMBER BILL
N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1909-1910
r
Ever; Tuesdav- (.'lass'.    Sons ol Seotland
Nov. IJ—Dance.    Merry Widow Club.
Neiv. 17-18 ChafiW Aunt.    N.V. Dramatie Club.
Nov. th—Dauee.    Me iry Widow Club.
Nov. 30—Daace.    St. Andrews and Caledonian So-
eiety.
9 Daace.   lloitiiuliur.il Bociet)
j  Daace,   Merry Widow Club
Dec.
Dee.
De.
.I.tll
ji  Dance.   Kerry Widow Club
ll  Annual lieetiag Bortkultval Bodety
ul In
S. TYLER, Srcn lart|,
W. L KKENE, I'rcsideBt, t jth St,'phoae SJ
TRY OUR MILK BREAD 	
lllllll   <a
PASTRY
IADECAK1
l u
1
PIONEER BAKERY
phoni 1       71 Lonidili Avi
PIjM JO
17th Slreel, North Vancuuver
lo .1 great iadaatrial aad   hip
jjiiij; port     Mo di in    ould Iwa) along thi wataciront, un
FAIRVIEW ESQIIMALT GKEENHOISES
I'liiiieesl
CIT FLOWERS
In I.mn ;il towni |irie-e-ii      Give ua a trial ler
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
fi07 tta*tinq,s M., Wi Vancouver, B.C
NORLH VANCOUVER LLRRY I IHI  I \RI I
STBAME8 ST. OBORGB     STK. NORTH VANCOUViiR
Leave Van.
'6.45 a.m.   I
*8.oo   "
"8.50  "
9-45   "
10.45   "
n-45   "
1 j.45 p.m
1-45   "
,eavc Van. Leave N. Van. Leave N. Van
•6.20 a.m. '6.45 a.m. '6.20 a.m.
• 7-30   " 7-5»   " *!'*)   "
8.30   " 8.50   " "8.20   "
9.15   " 9.45   " 9.20
I0.I5    " IO.45    " l0-si    "
11.15   " 11.45   " "-'5   "
12.15 p.in. 12.45 p.m. 12.15 p.m.
1.13   " 1,45   " '-'5   '
2.15   " 2.45   " 2.15   "            2.45
315   " 3-45   " 3-15   "            3-45
4'5   " 4-45   " 4-'5   "            4 45
515   " 5-45   " 5'5          .     5 45
6.IJ   " M5   " 6-15   "            6.45
725   " 7-45   " 7-*5   "            7-45
8.15   " 8.45   " 8.15   "            8.45
<M5   " 9-45   ' 9-15   "            *4I
m.15   " 10.45   " 1015   "           IO-45
•11 is   " *i 1.45   " 11.15   "          12.00
• Not on Sunday.
Time Task Itfbject to rlmnge without notice. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE PLEBISCITE ELECTION
To the Electors ol North Vancouver
If you wish to have absolute local control in
the matter of Liquor Licenses in our City and District, mark your Plebiscite Ballot Paper with a X
opposite "For" upon it at the Election on 25th inst.
Kemeinber that if you do not cast any vote on
the Plebiscite question, you will be counted as having voted against obtaining Local Control—and you
will neutralize the vote ol a man who votes in lavor
ot it.
As business men you are surely able to decide
what is Iiest for your own District. Voting in favor
of Local Option does not commit you in any way
to Prohibition. That question you must decide on
its merits afterwards if you are given Local Control.
The Liquor Trade has an interest lor every
citizen, and it is exerting an inlluence on every home
You have therefore a moral right lo control it in
your community, and you have now a chance to obtain a legal right to do so—by voting for Local
Option.
The Licensing System has proved a failure as
a means ol restricting the evils arising out of the
trade, and as tri the men who are given licenses.
Drunkenness end wretched homes as a result are altogether too common.
Local Option will not interfere with individual
liberty. Local Control ns the truest form of liberty,
and local regulations will command the respect ol
every law>abiding citizen.
By voting in favor of getting a Local Option
Law, you are following the successlul lead ol tlu-
other Provinces of Canada and of many ol the American Stiates.
Ladies and gentlemen willing to work for the
cause of Local Option arc asked to conler with the
secretary of the committee at the Committee rooms
Lonsdale Avenue, and to attend a Committee Meeting in these rooms tomorrow (Saturday) evening,
at 7.30 o'clock.
DRAMATIC CLUB
The North Vancouver Drama,
tic Club announces that everything is now in readiness (or
their grand production of Charley's Aunt, to be given on Wednesday and Thursday next,November 17 and 18. The ten cent,
children's matinee on the Thursday is proving a most popular
innovation, it already being apparent that practically every
child in Nortli Vancouver will
be there. Many ol the faces to
ibe seen at this production will
be new to the audience, as lar as
stage work in North Vancouver
is concerned, the committee having thought best to give sonic
ol the older members a rest preparatory to the next play to be
presented. "David Garrick"
and "Still waters run deep" arc
the titles of the next two plays
to be put on by thc club, provided the present ollcring meets
with the success it undoubtedly
deserves.
THK   VOTK   AND   INFLUENCE   OF   KVERY
KLKCTOR   IN   FAVOR   OF   LOCAL   OPTION
IS   MOST  RESPECTFULLY  SOLICITED
"COD   SAVE   OUR   KING"
Kl
groceries
provisions
boots and shoes
cents' fOrNisHiNos
Our aim is to give satisfaction
to our customers.
Our delivery goes to all parts of
the city. II you have no telephone leave your name and
our delivery will call.
DODDS io
TYSON
Telephone 41
Cor. Rth St. and Lonsdale
The Price of Lots in
Burrard will be
Raised on
December Ist.
l»o ymi know that tin- values of property adjoining mir townsite
at  tin-  North  Vancouvrr lidi of the   PROPOSED BRIDGE
an- almost douhle what we an- asking for a 50 x 122 foot Lot*
BURRARD
is situated on a gentle rising slop, and the soil is good.
The Keith Road runs right through the property and Electric
Light and City Water are afforded     :     :     :     :     :     :     :
REMEMBtR TIIE PRICE
$ 150.00 PER LOT
One-quarter oash, balance 6, 12 and 18 monfhs.
E. W. McLEAN
Pender and  Richards
■Ht-H-H-l-H-HH-HH-faH*
HiHmilH-H-H'HllinnNllHlH-H »♦ HI H 9w4*H
►+♦+♦ aH-H-H-H-H-H-H-H-H-H-H-
The Marvellous Suit Sale
At the Manufacturers' Realization Company in sweeying everything hefort- it. Never before in Vancouver's
historv have such good clothes been sohl for so little monev. The fact that these soils m ..might away
bllow manufacture' cost price places Ul in a position of stipreniiicv. When you buy one of these su.U It
lh- prices M are selling them for you nre saving money. We guarantee ^"™*W^'* ^jffSg_
and the styles and colorings are the latest market productions.      COMt ON MIUK1MY 1UK  HUM..
+ '
50 All-Wool Tweed Suits
for $3.00
On Saturday we shall sell lilly all-wool
imported tweed luits lor fj.ona suit.
This is no ordinary five-dollar suit.
made out of a mixture of shoddy and
cotton, but a Pure All-Wool Scotch
Tweed. It costs more lhan (5.00 for
the linings, trimmings, haircloth and
buttons, so you are getting all the cloth
and cost ol making (or absolute nothing.
On Saturday Morning |>er
Suit $3.
SUITS WORTH $18 FOR
$9.73
11 you have not bought one or more of
these suits at I9.75, and il you wanl a
suit at thai price hurrv down on Saturday motuing We have sold hundred-
ol them the last six daw Thev eotne
in limy wool tweeds, fancy navy blues.
,liml.lt- and single-breasted, and a large
lot of English worsteds. Thc atyle is
correct; regular fi8oo
On SATURDAY Per Suit
$9.25
X Real Snap in Fine Clothes
REGULAR $25.00 TO $32.50
Saturday, $18.00
Wc have thousands of them to choose
from. They come in all newest slud.-s
and colorings lor this season and can in
every type ol man. All made from imported guaranteeel cloths and are the
best suits procurable anywhere at any
pric«; regular Jaj to ^3150
On SATURDAY Per Suit
III
Manufacturers' Realization Company
"The Home of Quality,"      Corner Hastings and Abbott Streets
?
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Editor Kxpress:
Sir—1 hardly know il 1 am
juslilicd or not, in seeking to
encroach on your valuable space
1 call to mind llial it is vei^'
seldom 1 indulge iu the privilege
extended by you to the public,
ol letter wilting, but keling as
1 do that my thane is reasonably one ol public interest,
which does not tread ou anyone's loci;, 1 venture lo trespass
U you will permit me, jusi lor
a moment,
When irieuds visit us lor a lew
days it never occurs to us to
couul the cost any more than
art would stay lo consider now
the doctor was lo be paid m a
case ol sudden Uluess, bul il a
distinguished guest promised a
visit ol a public nature which
was likely to make a serious
hule m our bank account, we
would be juslilicd in looking
rouud ior some ussistauce IrotU
those who were or should be m-
teresled.
NOV next week no less a personage than Charlie's Auul contemplates visiting Norlli Vancouver, 1 believe the, loth and
i;th. and my experience warns
uic thai il is advisable to consider where lhe money is coming Irom to entertain the said
lady. That she is immense!}
aiuusiug nersell, there can Oc uo
reasonable doubi, bul ihere is
au old adage, "lie laughs bust
lhat laughs last," aud it's juse
this poinl 1 desire lo emphasise.
The S. V. dramatic club are
assumiug very considerable expense, it is impossible to produce Charlie's Aunt effective!}
otherwise, and lhe e-uesiion in
my mind is, arc the jcsidciils Ol
North Vancouver going lo as
sume the lmaucial icspuiisibillU
or are they not. 1 think 1 VUL)
venture lo say, tlie public win,
provided v.alue is ollered lor the
lime given, and price ol admis
sion, and herein 1 might take
the liberty ol giving Uiat assm
ance. My connection with amateur dramatic societies lor the
last thirty-live years justily my
title to speak. The parts are
exceptionally well laken. The
scenery will be good and lhe
pcrlormauces will be equal to
any production ol thii tardea!
comedy seen in Vancouver during the last six years. That ta,
ol course, assuming all things
go right. We have no theatre
in Nortli Vancouver, somcelay
perhaps we will, but Uie members ol the dramatic society ne
doing their best to, what Canadians say, "make good, '.md il
the public will by their attendance .show the-necessan uitciist
it is their intention to iollow up
the production of next week by
"D.avid Garnck" and "Still waters run deep," two inosk. cxiii-
lei.it plays. If they lose mmiie
a s they have hitherto done-, tlu-
locic-ty will have to considei
ee In i her the game is or is-, not
worth the candle.
There are two night pi rlortn-
aiiees and one matinee at a prtGt
ol admission to enable everj
child in North Vancouver to .sec
this king ol farces. The* soeieie
ee.mt lo see everybody, but il
tin e idll't collie, lhe) will, as
llu iiiggcis say, be eoliUnt e\'*lh
iln money.
1 apologi/e lor what aru
ijlilte unililellllolial, the length
ol this letter, lor which if ton
can bud a coinei vmi will piao
uie under au obligation, \mirs
obediently,
ALAN li. BTBVENSON
LUCAL NEWSllLMb
Messrs. Sale & Brewitl have
been appointed slamp vendors
by the post olhce iuspectoi, and
in luture all supplies oi thii.
nature may be procured from
ihem.
The ladies ol the W.C.T. I',
will hold a parlor meeting on
Tuesday the loth inst., at j p.«
B., at thc home oi Mrs..Stoiicy,
bth street west, when Mrs. Muc-
ken ol Vancouver, will give an
address on "Moral 1'aduc.ilion."
Tea will be served. An ofl\ i ing
will be l.aken in aid ol the W.C.
T.U. Home of Refuge. All
members phase alteuel, ami all
ladies interested in Hhr work
an vei y cordially iiiviud.
This very tlesii.ilde propertj has ken subdivided inlo approximately HALF - At'Kli
BLOCKS .nul was placed mi iln market lor the first time this morning, November 8th.
DISTRICT LOT 1265A is admirably situated m Lum Vallee, a suburb whieh is rapid-
lv growing in popular favor because of its line situaliein and its adaptability lor St'Ht'K-
BAM H0ME8ITE8.
Lynn Vallev slopes smiili east, nestling at thi loot ill high mountains, which protect
tin- valley Irom tlu west, korth and northeast wind*. UttA iM>i « ». 9 \ K»   - »•
Its southern slope aiul sunny exposure the whole day long makes it an ideal garden
spe*. | | I
This view in the vallev itself is an inspiring one—like ,i Swiss valley in the lap ol the
Alps-with this dilli-rclicc, it is not a view surrounded on all sides bv mountains. When thc
tieeis to the south .in ih .iiul .iwav, thl outlook in that direction will extend over miles
and miles of lull and dale a. loss Hurrard Inlet .nul V.uuouvcr City, beyond the Kiascr,
and the C.ull ol Georgia, even to the snow tipped iiiotini.iitis ol Washington.
The B. C I'.leiliK Raihray is rapidly building its I.enn Vallcv line to within a short
walking dist.iiue oi Distiiit  Lot lj6$A     Street can will In  imining early in the new year
Three or lour graded streets run almost to the pto|ictt\ Onv will be o|Hiicd up further
mul macadami/cd The roek tpi.tt tv is opt ned and modrrn road making machinery is even
now on the ground ii.idv lot op rations.
Wain pipes ,itc mi thru* streets running north limii iln pipe line road. Klectric light
will be ,i\,ill.ible as soon ,ts iln-1,irs are running, about tin- first ol the new year.
I.enn V.ilhx bii.ists ,i genera] store, ichool house, hunfacr, shingle and planing mills,
poatoflka, hotel nd main romlortabli bonus, || looks already like a settled community
wilh a bright present and Hill brighter luture. IH^M I
The liiw bridge, whiih eeill sunlv bc buili .uross the Sri ond Narrow! soon, will Ik
another laitm towards tin rapid development ol I.vnn Valby.
Purchasers bin Ing now , whether lor a home or lor speculation, euii count abiolme-
ly upon a rapid aihaiuc m values.
Bentemlier lots vary il size from one-half to three-quartern of an acre.
Prices run $175, $200 and $225 and up
According to si/.e ami location.
TERMS-One quarter Cash, Balance 5, 6, 9, II 15, IB, II and 14 month*
Full |.irti-nl»ri, iiui* and prii*. li.i. it
Yorkshire Guarantee & Securities Corporation,
IIMII1D
Et KERR HOULQATB, Manager
440 Seymour St., Vancouver, B. C. Phones 124 and 3343 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, R. &
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A FEW SNAPS
for profitable Investment
Safety ■■ Income •■ Profit
North Vancouver
CALL AND SEE OUR
Large and exclusive list
forresiioiidoncc Solicited
Choice City Lots-Cleared
CHESTERFIELD AVENl'E between Keith Road sad Ith street,
a few 50 foot lots.    Price J1100 each, tcinis one-fourth cash,
balance in b, [I and iH months.
gin anu RIDGEWAY.    Double corner.    Price $1500.   Terms one-
lourth cash, balance in 6, II and iH months,
14m STREET, in Block 52.   Two lots each size- 50x 15(1 ft.    Price
$535 each.    Terms one-third cash, balance in b antl 11 months
ijth STREET.    Two lots in block 51, each size 50 x 156 ft.    Price
I500 each.    Terms one-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months
4TH axd SUTHERLAND.     Corner.     Price Jiooo.     Terms one-
fourth cash, balance in 6, ia mil iH months.
3rd anu SUTHERLAND.     Double corner.     Finest view in the
City.    Price $2500.    Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 1
and is months.
12TH STREET, in Block S3.     Lots size 50 x 157 teat     Price |6oo
each.    Terms, one-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months.
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, full sized lot only $1500, all cash
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, corner.     Price I1000.     Terms,
one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
OTTAWA GARDENS.   A few choice lots at first cost.
GRAND BOULEVARD.   Choice of all the unsold lots at first
prices.    Select neighborhood.    Building restrictions.
BEAUTIFUL HARBOR VIEW TRACT. A few lull sized lots
yet obtainable (at first cost.) Prices from Si75 to Jijo e-ach.
Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
LONSDALE AVENUE. A few remaining lots at first cost. Prices
from $475 to J500 each. Terms, one-third cash, balance in 6
and t2 months.
KEITH ROAD. Corner in block 5. Price $715, Terms one-fifth
cash, balance in eight quaiterly payments.
Semi-Business Property
KEITH ROAD AND JONES AVENUE. Corner size box 140 ft.
Price $2000. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18
months.
LONSDALE AVENUE in heart of the City. Site for busm, ss
block.   Size 100 ft. x 130 ft.    Price only Jyooo.
West Capilano
A few choice acreage tracts at prices that insure a handsome prolit.
Li)hn  Valley
Acreage tncts and blocks at less than one-half the prices per acre of
adjoining lands that are subdivided and being sold in lots.
Estates
As we ire Sole Agents for the sale of properties and a large number
ol Estatf.s in Ihe Ciiy and District intending purchaseis get
thc benefit of first prices as well as the largest list of North
Vancouver properties to choose from.
We have also a good list of property fronting on waterfront, ist, 2nd
and 3rd streets.    A few snaps at less than prevailing prices.
KIRK INSURANCE in reliable companiei.
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.D. 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, wilh chief place of buiiness in North Vancouver, B.C.)
Cop. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C., Telephone 15
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LIBERAL MHKTING
Notwithstanding the sliort notice given thc public, a crowd
of liberal proportions gathered
at Larson's pavilion on Tuesday evening, to give a hearing
to the liberal candidate J. W.
dcB. Farris. Messrs Wade and
Weart, were to have been present, but -"-ere unavoidably detained.
The chair was occupied by J.
I). Fraser, president of the local Liberal Association, who
with brief preliminaries, introduced the speaker of the evening.
Mr. Farris began by referring
to his nomination, and passed
at once to a criticism of thnt
"inattentiveness" which in his
opinion had characterized the
representation, which Mr. Carter-Cotton had given this riding
in the house. He dismissed this
portion ol his address by discounting the influences, by
meuns ol whieh he considered
Mr. Carter-Cotton hud procured
the nomination Irom the Conservative party.
With relerence to Second Narrows bridge, Mr. Farris declared that he recognized its importance and pledged himself and
Mr. Oliver to support the bridge
lo the extent of 12511,000 lo sup
plement the dominion grant lor
the purpose of building a frce-
lor-all bridge. He had written
Mr. Cotton to ascertain upon
what authority he (Mr. Cotton)
had made his assurances ol
1250,000 for the bridge, and
read Mr. Cotton's reply to the
ellect that while the grant was
a part of the policy of the government, it had not been discussed by the house. Mr. Farris
would leave his hearers to draw
their own conclusions.
The speaker then dealt briefly
with the "better terms" cry and
the Asiatic problem, and emphasized the necessity of the
provincial and the demiinion
governments working together,
Ior the advancement of the province.
Passing to the government
railway policy, he protested a-
gainst the hurried manner in
which this had been thrust into
the political arena and thc sud
den bringing on ol the elections.
In dealing with government
railway policy he assailed it upon the grounds that the route-
did not open up sullicient new
country, that it paralleled existing lines for long distances,
that the provincial guarantee ot
$35,000 per mile or in all with
interest, about $45,000,000, is
likely to impair the credit ol
the province, and that the policy had proven unacceptable to
prominent conservatives, as F.
J. Fulton, Capt. Tatlow, and
Charles Hibbert Tupper.
Mr. Oliver presented a constructive railway policy to replace that ol the goveiniuinl
He proposed to co-operate with
the dominion government In
lurther siihsiili/.inn provincial
railways already assisted bv tllc
federal house; tO cither lorce the
railroads to build through the
Hope mountain pass, or to construct that line as a goveiniiunt
undertaking.
The speaker 11 as of opinion
that the dominion goMiiiiiuui
and also the proviitiv.s nl M.i 111
loli.i and Alberta should graat
aitl to build the C.N.R. through
this province.
Postmaster McMillan has bun
endeavoring lo secure the appointment of a postage stamp
vendor and the- installation ol a
letter box at the top ol the lull,
Olid   hopes   le>   SUCCeed   in   due
course.
For Fall Planting
I'.iilli. front  tbe  bssl  Knropean unit
.(•I'iiii frowns
111,iiaf pews fruit  iiiiiI  iirniaiiii'iilitl
trn-. union mi sp-lind ."il williimi ir-
riiiuii'iii, in iln Ijt pari "I tin- Anivri-
HI I'Hiln.i nt mil ml' .t'''l mill thl ItW
Jo.e se'iil,*.
(iitnli-n, Kii-lilaml Hnaei-rSafdia—teit-
eii -n.rk   ft.ain   tin- lust gMMS in llie
world.
tVlli Flfldng mnl Gnii"-.
Siimv   l'iini|i",  Ki-rtilimT., IW lap.
piiA, i ni Plus-en, SpnuiiiK M»i«n.,ii,
ft.*
tl lm,' bilmr mily.
NVu W i*gi- c»inl'ii!iif free,
M  I  HENRY
On a i,i.,au-f« ninl Brtdhoom,
111) 11 ll,-itimi.Iir Ka.a'l, Viiiii'iiliir II,I'
Branch Mnnrn : South Vsueonvat
Builders and
Contractors
P. li ARSON is   |iri'|mred to
rapplj
I inn, Brick,
hoi,tl, Cement
Ami nil kiniU of Building
Malaria! InquaDtiUaalo suit
Iii'l it ifa-tiiialili- |.ricos.
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HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVEI
TKI.KI'llllNK No. 2.
Lqnn Valley Lumber Co.
Arc prt parol to deliver at shortest notice
:   ,    :        :   all kinds of   :    :    :    :    ,
Rough  and   Dressed
LUMBER
Citt| Office, 39 Lonsdale Ave.   Phone 36
P.O. 4HMMI       LYNN CKICK, B.C.
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY
The ipiartcr ol Burarrd Inlei which was developed by tbe Canadian Pacific Kailway. with
result of lar-je Customs revenue to Canada, no longer satisfies the requirements of the Dominion.
The time lias come when tin; interests of tlio PROVINCE ANI) DOMINION
AL1KK DEMAND THE DEVELOPMENT OF GREATER BURRARD INLET. OK WHICH NOKTIl VANCOUVER CITY IS THE CENTRE AND
Koi'l'S.
North Vancouver has 20 miles ol waterfnatafe available for industries, shipping and railway bases.
The Canadian Government hm, voted laoo.000, also $6,400 per mile for bridging the Inlet
antl connecting North Vancouver by rail trill) Vancouver.
1 In* Dominion Minister of Public Works stated Ibis summer on iln* Coaat lli.it it nn i-ssatv
fir leniild (aior additional Govern meat aasistaace to complete this bridge, and the expediting ol
this CMBOCtiag link, available bv all railroads, now engages North VaoCOttvei Cit] .ind tbc
neighboring municipalities with tin approval ol the Provincial Govtrnnx at
THK FERRY SYSTEM AT PRE8ENT CONNECTING WITH VANCOUVER is UNDEB CONTROL OF NORTH VANCOUVER CITY, AND EXTRA BOAT AND WHARFAGE ARE Now BEING ARRANGED FOR
The Canadian Mesicsn I'actfn Steamship Company, having sell 1 leil and used Norlli Van-
1 mm 1 as tin- abjective point lot their magnificent liner •- Lonsdale, Sunk Vain ouvei '1 offit ial
lilr as a pun Ins begun As lar as human judgment ian sec North Vsncouver's progress is
ineviubh certain    Those in tbe couutrj lusi side to judge have expreesed anticipation 1b.1t
sin* will lie lo Vancouver what Dirkcnhead is to Liverpool, and may eventually do a  shipping
business I nc t  than that done- on the Vancouver side.
North   Vancouver's population and  building  are  incesssntly  increasing.      Ibr tirand
Boulevard is the largest on the American continent, ami ber real estate ofers opportunities to
investors which cannot be bettered, and are possibly unequalled on the Pacific Coast
Maps and punted inlonnation as lo the City ol Notth  Vancuuver will In supplied on
application to
North Vancoucr Land & Improvement Co., \\l
Mahon, Mcfarland & Mahon, Ltd., Ltt).,Official \q«i»t>
COHSEll PKNDER ASD SSTMOUR STREETS, VANCOl VSR, ll.C. THK EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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I a.i comfort,
Iltl III K SI All I) CHAIRS
In ,*nil,  rji.ai-i, iiui-ii Mission -tvi
(01 (HIS AM) DAMM'ORI
Sn- uur CROCKERY  DEPT,
Uaantifal
07 piece Opdquc (hin.i Sets $25
Housi liiriushinqs,      Carpet Squares
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54   and   V     Lonsdale   Ave.
Ill
The  regular   session   ol
district  council,   was  held
Thursday ol last week.    There
were present, Couneillors   Kob-
suu, DaviaOB and Allan.   Reeve
through his property, the nearest point to his house.
From Win. Bun ill w'th rcfiT-
c-uec to his,claim lor reimbursement ior constructing Uml ward
.    jilt iront of his pi i|'crw; ciihin-
e eer to report.
From W. T. Graham, with reference to his application lot i
toad, stating that he intends to
begin clearing at once  .md   to
. Me Naught presided. |£J£ iu ^ •   ■ m ,0
Communication! were received t M {0 ,H,sl wuh.[
as lollows; From Mayor Doug
las ol Vancouvcr, inviting council to sclld delegates to a cuttle,r-
clicc ol the several municipalities lulelcstetl in the uppo.nt-
incut oi a board ol harbor commissioners ior Burrard Inlet, to
repot
From Col, Dudley, with reler-
i-mc  to  road  building   through
1). I,. ,ss)i) on Dudley road; local
improvement bylaw to be proceeded wilh.
From   Geo.   Wagg,   claiming
imssiuucis 101  milium meet, tu .     ,,    ,* ,     _
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be held al \ ancouver on Sutur- *"'                ,     ,        ,  *    ,
,i    .,, ,, ,, slimtinir a boiilcvanl  in  limit
day the bth mst.     Keeve   Mc-       .      K      Z__m w       ,   .
Naught was appointed to au«ul ul ^^    ,i    KK„ »
the meeting, »««■■** ~ ■"* ll'"
I. O. O. F.
North Vnncouver Lodge, No.
J5, meets every Thursday evening, corner I.onsdale avenue and
First street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting .brethren cordially invited to
attend. Edwin Peers, N. G.;
Thos. S. Nye, Rec.-sec; J. H.
Pilling, Fin.-sec.
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North Vancouver Board of
Trade meets thc third Tuesday
ll ench month, at 8 o'clock p.'
m., in the board room, Cityj
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday ol each month. D. G.
Dick, President; J. R. J. Mttr-
ray, Secretary.
3rd street, cor Lonsdale ave
BLACKSM1THING
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
BTC. BTC
laml Mi,opening a specialty
From the N. V. board ol '.1 uli
inviting council tu appoint (It-ie-
1 gates lo 1 joiut civic committee 10 loiisieler lhe adviaultlitv
Councillor Allan complained
that the contractor! lor Lynn
Valley tramline extension ivcie
throwing din, etc., em lhe road
oi retaining counsel to watciiju) the inconvenience ol pedes-
railway legislation in uic icelcr- ] -n-"ls; company will attend to
al house, 111 tlic interests oi the J tbi matter.
cil\ and the district. The leeve | Plans ol subdivision were re-
aud Councillor Allan eicre ap-U'eivcd as lollows: The south
pointed to act. ), ol D. L. 1551, returned; lots
.   From the acting manager   o!  14 and 17, D. L. 599. to bl I
| tiie B, C. BL Ry. Co., forward- mended; ten acres ol D. 1,
ing prolile of Lynn Valley   c.\- approved; part  ol 1). L.   1004,
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(Canyon View townsite i.ipprov-
ed conditionally; block 11, D.L.
Gent's Furnishing .ind Fancy Store.
Batabllabad IM        Tai phonal!
JUST   ARRIVED      j
FROM   THE EAST    ?
tension for approval; plan   ap-
Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods • PES a* deputy com mission
er ol lands, advising thl cotllicil  593, proved; lots 1 and 1, 1)
llial G. A. Llarrett, das. Denny, L* 579, approved; west part   oi
i'ir, .1. Ke-esc and Jam Muselow   D. I,.,MSN, approved; the smith
wm applying lor leave lo pros- tul% of lol 2, in the north jf ol
I pi it for coal and petroleum   111 D. I,. 2003, referred back.
■ the district, and mpicsling   thu     Aecounls were read .is follows
council to stale anv objectlo&l antl ordered pa iti:   1 iiiancc emu
that they might hold to lhe li- mittee $850.38; board ol works
miscs being granted; no objec- $1561.08.
lions. j   On motieui,   Angus C.iiniTon
From C. I.argnii, ofiering to was appointed senior diatrict
do certain work on DoverconM engineer at a salary of ftj_ per
road for $70 wilh $3 each extra month, Ivan Cameron, junior
lor stumps; oiler accepted. engineer at a salary ol fto   per
From   F. C.  Gamble,   public  month,    and   Donald  Cum 1 mi
works' engineer, with reipect to con wilting engineer .it i retatn*
rcipusi   that   the*   government er ol Ui Pl'r month.
eoiistnui ,1 io.nl along tho west     The proposed lonstrtictlon   ol
side ol D. L* 763, and pointing  Keith road to Bugle barbae was
out adverse features of the work I lurther   considered   and it  was
decided to request the property
The Finest Double Corner
Close iu.corner jth street and Sl  Andrew's,   1110x140
1'iice ,<j,ono.    One third cash, balance I) and It,
One Acre on Plank Road
Close to Boulevard.    Price- #1,050.    One-tpiartercash,
balance n, 12 and lN.
Lot on 5tb St.
Close in, (900.    One third cash, balance 6 and 12.
C. E. LAWSON
Ileal hstale Specialist 15 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 70
a lortment ol Cushion Topi and fable Centra, •
,        . inging Irom jji lo 60c.   Frilli to match
I'.ml derj Siiks,
Beautilul ind personill' selected lined Fancy Collars ud
#   Handkerchiefs al vert reisomble pricei
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Ladies' Underwear, to 1 lear 10 pa 1 1 ent ofl,
Mi ii". 1 in ) \\aiel Sox, 15c per piii 111 j paii for (1.00,
1    11 lleavj Wool Sox, 35c per pair or 3 pair [01 (i.oo,
Onr Umbrella and Oil Skm Department i** worth inipei lion 9
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Clerk to reply, urging construe
tion.
From J. C. McNair, requesting a road to his residence on
part of lol I, west portion of I).
:L. 237; clerk to reply that the
Keith roatl already n-iis   right.
holders interested to dralt an
outline of what might be considered an equitable basis of
distribution of cost, f6r 1-11.I'age tax purpoe-s, aiil lo .-iib-
mit lhe same to the council.
PALACE
HOTEL
(2.00   per    alld   up.
Special rati s in (.on
ih, s .oul to regular
b urders	
Finest R001 Garden on m
REDA&ANDRUSS
MOMMHOM
Saoon Stsht.   •   ■   ■   •   NORTH   VANCOUVER, B. C.
FURTHER   INFORMATION   CONCERNING  THE
Auction Sale of Government
Lands at Point Grey
TO BE HELD ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1909, AT THE HORSE SHOW BUILDING IN VANCOIIVER
On Mmidav. \oveiiilu i -. i-j<»i. in mil pl.m mi sail lm the Piouiiei.il Govilllluen , at tin HOTM Show lliiilding ' i llus aili ml.on put u l.s ol ialii'. eoiupiising in ull Mm atles,more
ol   b        di *i I llml US follow
A portion ni D l, in. snnaied between Sixteenth ivenui .oul Chaldecotl road, containing 383 acrta, mon <>t hss, ntbdivided lato parcels ol Iron 1 M 103.79 km, to be sohl with-
iiut building or lubdividinn restrictions,
\ portion ni I) l. si" comprising 1 sj acres, mon 01 leas, and ntbdivided into p.nnis ol Iron I *'i lo 1 hn acrea; lo In sold without building 01 subdividing ntTtrktiow, This pro-
pt-rtv ia biiundul bj Imperial street on Uu west, bj Campbell street on the eaat, Tenth avenue 0* tin- north and Sixteenth aventn on tin tooth, apd ia immediately south id the Provincial
Keiormatorj bebool
\ portion ol D l. 140 rontaining in all 130 ncrea, nore or leaa, aitnated between Sixth avenue and Marine drive, and lying iniinedialel) went of thnt part ol Point Orejr diftrift noi
kiioini ,ts Jericho,      Loti in tins portion mil contain from '  acn npto 1 \*\ acres, described as lollows:      Itlmks numbered 1 in - inclusive and all bus in hlotks numbered im and i.\
.1 ubdivi Ion ol D I. 140, These lots uill Is sold undei building condition!, a-hich will require ilu rreclido ol om dwelling bouai mt i.teh lot, and all pvrchamn ol said lots shall
he n-quircd i" entei into an agtcement nol to inbdividi or mblet tt) portion oi anj lot, There is no restriction .1^ to tha cosl ol the duelling m 10 staled tunc lor the duelling lo l*
built.
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ii.pus FOB Till'  s.M.i-: dp Till'. ABOVE LANDS WIU BB ONR-QUABTHS CASH,  BALANCK Di TH1KU  8Q0AL ANM'AI.  PAVMKNTs.      INTKKHST at six
Pl-.K   CKNT.
i'a a.i c,i, • is to hi Vancouver's most fashionable and beautilul residential diitrict, This propertj is uniqut Ij ritnated, nitb .1 splendid elevation Im lag the Gull ol Deoffia, Howe
l and Knglish Bay, .md in .1 len yeari uill 1« the mosl beautilul reiidenliul dlstricl in North America, This will undonbtfdly bc one ol the most important twki d laid that has
taken plan in thi city, and ani person mini-inl In Vancouver real estate should not overlook an opportunity to tn present
A map showing thi exact  localil) ol the panels ol land cu l» bad at out office,     Catalogues giving tht approximate tdM ol e.nli lot offend lot salt m being pripared and «.m In
a.11 applii ■iiimi "ii Tlmi il,11  ilu  1 ith inst.
0PIN tVlNISOh
TRITES  £,   LESLIE
OPEN EVENING^
AUCTIONEERS AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS
TELEPHONE -H36
659 ORANVlLLE STREET 19
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Good
News
No excuse now for not
B UYING THAT  PIANO
Contracting for several hundred
pianos,$375.00 to $450.00 grades
at it big cut from Manufacturers'
Wholesale Prices, enables us to
ship in
CARLOAD LOTS
and by  the   "iieev harness svs*
te:u," s.ivin-* lo us many dollars
in freights alone, we are now
Mlling
Popular   Dependable   Pianos
I175    ti<io     $300   $325
Jb.oo lojio.ooper month
When you deal with us yon get the
best in.ii Tm Laaottf Piano Con-
tf.KN im Wksikrn Canada, backed
by 3S VKARS   I'KAClll Al. I'XI'KRItNl'l
ind an abundance of capital, can
give.
Montelius Piano House, Ltd
434-141 K.lti.q. OWttS WhI
Vancouver,      •       ■       B.C.
The Ambitious
Housewife
seeks to make everv product ol
her cooking perfection itself.
She should take advantage ol
everv condition that will help
her.'
Royal Standard Flour has
helped thousands ol women in
British Columbia to get perfect
results. Ils rapidly increasing
nsu shows this. Then- is .1
good reason why it should. It
is made (rom the besl wheat—
from wheat that is most care
fully mille-il, and is the result ol
the Boat skillful blending that
is possible as a result of our
experiments, carelully, patiently and tirelessly conducted.
The users ol Koyal Standard
Flour appreciate the opportunity they have each moiitii ol
drawing a too, piece china dinner set. The Hour is perfection
itsell, aiid the extra premium is
in keeping with our policy of
giving superior value.
The coupon in vmir s.uk this
m011 ih mav entitle you to om
ol these dinner sets.
Manufactured bv
HOCKEY
Nortli Vancouver and Vancouver played a draw of one goal
each on Saturday last at Brockton Point, The game was supposedly a "friendly" but after
seeing sonic of the rough work
on Saturday last, one wonele-rs
what a real struggle between
the two teams   will  result  in.
The two clubs meet iu the
first cup lie on Saturday, November 20II1, lyoo, and in order
to enable the local team to git
into proper condition, a match
has been arranged with lltiruahv
for Saturday next, on the boulevard park, Nortli Vancouver.
Whilst it is not believed that
the Burnaby team can possible
deleat Nortli Vancouver, it is
reckoned that they will make
them go all the way, and incidentally give North Vancouver-
ites an opportunity lo see the
first hockey match ever played
in B. C. north ol Burrard Inlet.
CHURCH SERVICES
Methodist church, corner 41I1
and St. George's avenue:—
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.jo p.m.
Sunday school at Moodyville at
11 a.m. Prayer'meeting Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. B. H. Balderston, B.A.
Lynh Valley Institute Hall:—
Services every Sunday mom
ing at 11, and evening at 7 p.m.
St. John the Evangelist, 7th
and 13th streets:—
Holy communion 8 a.m.;
morning prayer 11 a.m.; ceding prayer 7 p. m. On the
first Sunday in the mouth there
will be a second celebration ol
the holy communion at 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
Services at St. Clemciil's hall
Lynn Valley: Morning prayer
II a.m*; evening prayer 7 p.111
Priest-in-charge: Rev. H. II
Gillies.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church, Mh street:—
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday,
at 8 o'clock. Pastor: Rev. J.
D. Gillam, M.A.
Nortli Vancouver Catholic Indian Mission:—
Sunday Services—Mass at 9
a.m. Sunday school at 2.30 p.m.
Benediction at 3 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. E. Pcytavin, O.M.I.V.G.
Baptist Church, cor. 5th and
St. Georje.—
Sabbath school at 2 p.m. Services at 3 p.m. and at 7.30 p.m.
The sU-Hiii barge Forager, ol
this port, whose periodical call*,
laden wilh produce ior the local
branch ol the Brackinan-Kcr
Milling Co., have made the vessel a (amiliar object lo residents ol North Yaiientiw-r, has
luili sold lo ,1 V.litoll.i fin .Itlil
will be repl.md hy the Ranger,
a larger and more modem hoat.
NEW WESTMINSTER   LAND
DISTRICT
District of New Westminster
TAKE NOTICE lhat Ernest
Crockford, of Vancouver, occupation cruiser, intends to appiv
for permission to purchase thl
following described laud. About
400 acres. Commencing at a
post planted 20 chains east ol
the southeast comer of Lot 568
thence west 60 chains, thence
north 40 chains, ihenee west 20
chains, Iheiice south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence
nortli 40 chains more or less to
point of commencement.
ERNEST CROCKFORD
WM. DALZ1EL DUKE,
Agent
October 4, iyoy. 9-19
VANCOUVER B. C.
I«w Hesliniwlfr Land District
District of New Westminster
TAKE NOTICE that William
Robert Stanley, ol Vancouver,
occupution, rancher, intends to
apply (or permission tV purchase
the following described lands
32.0 acres more or less, commencing at a post planted about IJ
chains south ol the south-east
corner ol lot 1239, thence south
80 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence norih 80 chains, thence
west 40 chains more or less to
the point of commencement.
WM. ROBT STANLEY
per WM.DAL7.1EL DUKE
Agent
Dated August M| If0|.     J-IJ
WW lI'MUlillMiT llllll HlMhrl
Districi ol New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Elliot
A. Haswell, ol Vancouver, occupation broker, intends to up
ply Ior pei mission tu purchase
the lollowing described laud.
Aboui 320 acres, cumiiicueiug al
a post planted on the iiorlhcasi
corner ol Lot I23y, thciuc souih
80 chains, thenee east 40 chains,
ihcncc north tlo chains more or
less lo shore ol Horseshoe lake,
ihcncc 40 chains more or less 111
a westerly direcliou along shore
ol lake lo point oi commencement.
ELLIOT A. IIASWKLL
WM. DALZIEL DUKE,
Agent
October 2,  iyoy y-iy
Kriirwai of Liquor License
TAKE NOTICE that thirty
days alter date, 1 intend in apply to F. S. Hussey, superintendent oi provincial police, lor a
renewal ol the liquor license of
the Moodyville hotel, held by
me, lor the term ol six mouths
commenting .l.iiiiun ist, lyio.
Tlie Moodyville hotel is situated
at Moodyville, on lot No. ;;>,
group one,New Westminster district.
Dated al Moodyville, B. C,
this ,'*Mli day oi Oelober A. I).,
iyoy.
(Signed) TOM BOOTH
8-M
liquor License Application
TAKE NQTICE that jo dayi
alter date, I intend lo apply to
the boanl of license commissioners lor the City of North Vancouver, for a shop or botll; license, under the provisions ol
the "Municipal Clauses A-Jt,'1
iyo6, for the purpose oi stliing
liquor under the provisions ol
sub-section 3 of section 175 of
said act, in a two story block,
to bc erected ou Lot 40, Plock
155, Subdivision tl Districi Lot
274, in the City d North Vancouver, which said lot is situated on the North side of First
street, oast of Lonsdale avenm
Dated this 5th day of November, A. D., iyoy.
10-14 WILLIAM J. Tl/LK
COAL
NEW WKU.lNGTOSCoal
ilirirt (rum the mines.
Place your orders now ami
"pi-lire your»inter's supply.
Large shipments -will nrrivn
in a lew days. Prirfu right
Large supply of WOOD
always on hand	
P.   LARSON
Hotel North Vancouver
Telephone No. 2.
Vancoaver Business Directory
V'« lUsliniiisliT Land IIM rid
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN 4 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
jiy Pender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
architects
E.S'. ANLEY MITTON.M.I.C.A
ARCHITECT
619 Hastings Slreet West,
VANCOUVKR, n. C.
District of North Vancouver
UM CAPILANO WAUR IIIMHIt I
NOTICK is hereby gieni thai
il is ilie intention of the council
ol the District of Nortli Vancouver to apply to the Hon. the
Lieiiu-iiant-C.overnor in Council
after the lapse of thirty dayi
Irom the lirst public ation ol this
Notice for a Certificate ol Approval ol the proposed Want
Works System to be constructed lor East Capilano Water
Works District, which Disi rut
or Toeeiisilt is shewn e>n a map
thereol filed in the Land Regis
try Ollice, in the City ol Vancouver, and numbered 2812.
ALKX. PHILIP,
CMC.
North Vaniouver, ird November, lyoy. lo-M
District ol New Westminster.
• TAKE NOTICE that A. F.
Lloyd of Campbell Kiver, occupation lish warden, intends to apply
uu I'i'iiiiissioiito purchase the following da:srribed lands.—About
1M 11 res. Commencing at a post
punted on the north-west corner
ol lot 568, thence east 40 chains
more or less to shore of Horse
Shoe Lake, thence in a north and
southwesterly direction around
shore ol Horseshoe and Nanton
Lakes to point of  commencement.
ALGERNON P. LLOYD,
Oct. 4th, 1909
APPLICATION  FOR  LIQUOR
LICENSE
I HEREBY GIVE MP. ICE
that it is my intentioii to apply to the board ol heiiiong
commissioners (or the liistriet
Municipality ol North Vi'iu ouver, Hritish Columbia, at Iheir
next regular meeting alter the
expiration of thirty days Inun
thc date hereof, for a Hotel License to certain premises situate
in Lynn Valley in the said District Municipality, being Lot
onci (1), in Block lifty-one (51),
Sub-division of District Lot iw-.i
thousand and cightv-sevcii(JoH7)
group one (1), New Westminster
District.
Dated  this  lilth day ol Nov
wiiber, iyoy.
JOHN M. DUVAf
11-15
AUCTIONEERS
A. M. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
66 Hastings street west
is thc only auctioneer who will
pay spot cash before the sal* is
conducted
MUSIC
Prof. JOS. E. NURNUERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Hal'., Cor.
Robson and Granville  Streets.
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
Phone 463
M. W. WAITT A CO., LTD.
558 Granville Street
Pianos — Talking Machine! —
Music Goods
The oblest music house in B. C.
BARRISTERS
SCHULTZ 9 ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
MR II. ,\. POWELL
is opi 11 to receivi pupili lor
insliui lion "ii liai Violin,
'Cello and Conlia Bin,
Vt n painitakin| with 1 hild-
ren. Music copied neatly,
O'Brien Hall,    Cornel  Haitingi
inui lloun 1 Sll. els.
Phone L42O0.
LADIES' HAIRCREJSING
Latin-." ee In a alee ays aim tu look up-lo*
ilati' -hutilil rail on M iniiiili lliiiii|,lire'...
sh.*lianjubi rn*,iv.dn large **anat*"
Puffs. 11!-" the nt-ee ( hlfnon.   A Ir'HiiII"
lul m*i uf puffs limy Li* bad (mm t'i UD,
Roomi 104-105 Crown Building, »"'1» baiaUW nrj switch inun |l m.
Jet Handle, ninl Hair  iim-nm-iil-* in
615 Pender Street
Phone 996
S. D. SchulU        C. S. Arnold
BATHs
mel rarletj. aa n P n Carta, Baon, a ie.
Bhltnpooiqg, fanirurtn*-. Hair Un,---
ing,Scalp Inatawata, i-ie.,etc.
MADAMS BUMPHkEYI
id - Gram-ill* Btrwt
kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sti.
The only up-to-date ind reliable bath house in Britiih Co-
lumbia-
We cure where others fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plain baths, electric baths,
shower baths, massage lor bo:
dy, scalp and face; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin, Gcrmnny
OPTICIANS
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Optician
All work guaranteetl
Consultation Iree
49 Hastings street west
Opp. Cameraphone theatre
PMOTOtiSAHHtRS
All new houses should he pi]>-
a
ed (or gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure for this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT k
POWER CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
District of North Vancouver
I INJURS I OH III ill NI till  ISM IS
TENDERS arc Invited by the
Districi Cotlncil for the following Debenture Bonds to be issued, viz:
I. $30,000 of General Debentures at 4), per cent lor 30 years
1. f17.474.40 ol Local Improvement Debentures guaranteed by the District at 5 per
cent for 20 years, AND
3. $15,000 of Water District
Debentures guaranteed by District at 4,'*, per cent for 30 ecus
For further particulars and
copies of By-laws apply to subscriber, with whom Tenders
must be lodged be-fore 7 o'clock
p.m., on 181I1 November next.
ALEX. PHILIP, C.M.C
North Vancouver, October, iQoy
SBVRNTBBN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUI HON
We can handle as minv  l»     II you are thinking uf budding
see us ind talk the matter over
CAMPBELL i, MILLER
906 Lonsilnli' Ave.
North Vancouver
HERE
Nl ■  111trrpt1.se  on   Lonsilatlr   Avenue,   No.   443
B»twi-'ii llli mel Mii Mri-i-l*.
The North Vancouver Piano Co. &
SCHOOL 01  Ml Ml
Will .'-ll -'nil anv in«tnim-Mit «*.iit**l ttiA la-mli ynu hnw In till-
llll-lll Lllfl 'llllllll*   i.rllTlail   Oal.   |,|.|a".
Clli Md HI Hi    taM) li-rui. rlteluM to ymi
Ai.l. i.ik.n- ami work tiDAKAHTICD
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. W.
Canidi't Grtatrit W».t«m School
R. J. Sprott, B.A.,-- Minager
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIO
Family Group Specialists
Cabinet si/.e, $3 per dozen
Cor. Carrall and Cordova sts.
A. SAVARD, Proprietor
PICTUI1E FRAMING
PITMAN'S
Business College
632 Seymour st., Vancouver
Day school open all the year
round.    Night school commences September 8th.
CHIROPRACTIC
I li.li.[at., 11.   *|    II.,*    OIUJI   IhCtl'.H   tbUtlaal**
,' air aim   rr latitat  MMM "1*11-, ..*.*    |MM
II)  I*. |,.lli) ,*fl  lll.aa.Ki'   .•   I ll IH '|'t.i 11.       III.
iiiii-    liirujar.i tor n,   e *,.,,,,.v.*r  I.  tlfiirgr
Kv.ua, 1)1   , |lla,i*l,,r i,t I liir„|*l.. Ill), gr.ilil.tr
r.lia *.*< ii.m- .,i , i... tii, DivFopt-rt, In-*.
OITIi.'. rUQH M. I uetllliiiilaaa lli'*,.. IU K..l<*"!l
■ •* a I'l,,,ii, I.I'l 4 II,, i. I to .V tumult.*
tlnn ati'l ri.iillli.tn.il Itt ,*
DETECTIVE AGENCIES    _
I    PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest itock of
mouldings in B.C.to select from
»o when you want iraming done
cheap and well get our prices.
BAILEY BROS. CO LTD,
1540 Granville amf 138 Cordova
ReALESTATE
Keep your eye on
EAST   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particulars apply lo
MORDEN & THORNTON
Phone 815      440 Homer Street
fertile I1U.II.1IIIIT k
Securities Corporation Ltd
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
Canadian Detective Bureau:—
Offices everywhere
Vancouvor Office.     SU Kinpire Murk
>,mii;i»iiiiir. .t. wi-n.        lluelM
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
DYEING AND CLEANING
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
■STATU MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgiti - - - Minager
RESTAURANTS
PERTH DYE WORKS
Anderson & Hilton, Proprietors |
Dyeing, Cleaning, Pressing A11 Nortb Vancouver   people
Ladies' dresses, silks,   laces   a I       *
sauaJBSS i kE<^'AP,',S,
Agents, North Vancouver  . Elthfr VftCk R1°.ck 5 Hm1'
______ 1 '"g-1 itreet, opposite   the   lew
Poit Office.      Leonard sells hii
_ tea by the pound.
GROCERS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
WATCHMAKERS
Groceriei and Proviiiom
Wholesale and Retail
I iA Haitiagi St. (downstiiri)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
Knglish  practical  watchmaker;
Established 1 SC
RUBBER STAMPS
THE QBO. II   IIKWITT CO
Minufit lutiTs
M'PERIOR Ulttt M.\HI'S
Sign ind l'i*
iliiaie
■ Mirkm
,111111 1 o
10 FviRiiF.i.n Hi rn,.     Fom R3917 , Offl.e jjb llu,Unci
Specialty,   repairing
■IWOODIOOFB,
tu Carrnll Street
A. Campbell 11",". '■ l. I'ui.
ARCHITECT
lit Slrnl.   I'.,  of Sl    Ainlinix
Xnrlli Vn ni'iiin 1 r
St.      Vtlk  - THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
CONSERVATIVE   MEETING
Concluded from Page One,
lt would exert ■ very beneficial
influence on freight ratea to the
advantage oi merchants and tlu
public, The grain would come
this wa) and elevators would be
built on both Miles oi the Inlet,
lt would ultimate!) pi,tec this
city ol North Vancouver on the
same looting as Vancouver.
Alter dealing with othei leal
Ul'es ol the* policy   he I'llelleil tO
Second Narrows bridge, reasserting the lact that ilic cabinet
h.ial placed (330,000 avallabli
ior the bridge provided the do
minion government and the mn
Illegalities     WOUld     CO opei iti
and that be expected to sec the
bridgi! Ill Use ill thru ecus
lie   closed   Ills   spi'celi eeith a
short review of thi expenditures
made 011 in,nls bv  the govern
ment at North Vancouver, and
with a request lor Iht support
oi the electon at the pedis.
Hmi. t. I. Cartei-Cotton will
address a meeting ol thetol's,at
Lvnn Valley, oil Satunlav even-
-'ANDIE
ITCHEN
K
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
PRESH  FRUIT
AND K\M)IK
ALWAYS ON HAM'
F. K. Hon not,     bi Lonsdale
ing.
Pianos & Organs
Tuned and Repaired
Charuts Moderate
Satisfaction Guaiantt*. d
WILLIAM LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER & REPAIRER
><Pegwell" 14th It, w Forbes ave.
P. C. will receive prompt attention.
DR. H. B. HOWELL
OPTICIAN
lli-rn k:— Hairrur.1 Stenalariuni, UHU
On! ill ll    Vani'iiiiviT,
RtHiiatM-i I'ti'.s) iniiiilier IH Nurlli
Vaiiiuiiver
W. J. BALMAIN
CIVIL   KNl.lNBKR
Qii»nUtv ?tirviayor anil Archltet-t
NORTH VANCOl'VKK.
uKALKD ri SUBRH nlli be reeelved
'J   III   Ilia* -ail.l.ir'   "I    III.-   Nortli    Vllll-
.aaiiai   lite    lirm.,   Ltd.,    Illilil   11
aaVi.iik iii iin* ("rei ii "f Dminbir lit,
I iii:i, i *r die fnrnii-liim: ol all material!,
-ni*|ilii-, labor, toola etc  Mce-nar* to
niiitrue-l  and complete a Reinforced
Con r**t.* deck »i tin -<-uih.-rly t-ml nl
|,ntn,i|nle a.velille iitv ni  N'irtll Vlllli'HI-
ver, in -iivunlaiiiv hi h the plana, ipeet-
Icitloni, .'te., prepuwd b» Georgi 8,
Hindi, ene-iiii-iT tot iln- Nurth Vnni-ini-
varCity Fi-trlw, Ltd., snd now milt
in llu* *-.i'hli'ii|riin*t'rV "111**.*.
Porroiol lender, with ■peciflcttioni,
condition*, igrMaiMl ami Imud attach-
at m.iv i bullied hy ktmevn mpon-
■ibllI'l.iitrni'lor.al the ollii-i'n( thl Kit-
(jint-er, evliere the pltt, prulile, ami ile-
tailed dmtlngi nno be Inipeeta-al.
Kaeli tender moil la* iccompukd by
,i dlDOlil In 1'it-li, "f I ''ertili.'il olii'a|iii'.
pavalile tn iln- Maw w the BecreUrj M
the North \iiiii'"iie'rl'ity Kerries, Ltd.,
inr the mnn nf *'i per eeni mi the value
nf the aiTi'tni'anyini! ta'lid.-r. whieh Maid
■nm nf mi'iiey will In furfeite-il tn the
Ni.rlh Vaneiit'ivi-r I ily Ferries, Ud., ll
ew tin- lander li u«eptad ami ti.a- teiel-
MM iblll fail Iii eiiler intu lite i-niitMi-i
anal bond wln-ii nutilii'il liuin to be- the
Secretary "I thie paay.
The nioeeMfol teii'ieret will la- required to forniih a bond "f ten tlionmiil
dollan, properly mcatad. ind lo Ih- ib*
proved 'af b» Ilm Nurlh Vamouver City
r'a-rn.-. Uti., k» the faithful performance of tin- work.
The riiinpany reserve- the rinht to reject uny M all twdttfl, ur tn aeeepi IB]
teniler.
N" lender will be recetad after the
Imie apaiiii,*,!, ami ill teniler. nut nn
lhe l.liiiiks (nrni-hcil, ur imt prnperly
HIM nut, will !»• rejected.
Kiiveln|H'» shall bo eddmwd to the
se.Tiiary iif iln- Company and mirked
"Tinnier-(nr Reinforced t'nnerete |i..ek"
QKOBOKH. II.\N1>, li | Be,
KnginiM
Dili..* nf Kngineer
fur the
Nnrlh Vaiiiuiiver City Kernel, Ltd.,
November llth, NO*. IWI
BuiterickS   fASIIiONS
The ladies ol North Vancouver will be pleased to
know that it is no longer nevessury for them to leave
down their lewing and loose* i day in (join-; to Vancouver in search ot a HuUiriik Pattern.
From the number of ciiquii"it*s for these- [OOdl, Wl
found it iiicissary to add llus department lo our ever
increaaina business, and all admit that it tills, a long-felt
eeaiit in this city.
Don't Eail lo -,'c-l the "Delineator" every month, IJC,
Butterick laanion book lot winter 25c.
All Pattern! to and 15c.
Singer Sewing Machines
Who you want a machine, don't forget that we* ri
preient thl Singer Machine Co, in North Vancouver, aiul
tan supply you with the noil modem   machine,   either
on al] caah or eaiy payment lyitemi,    A stock alwavs
nil hand lo sele'et from.
J. J. McALKKCK
KEITH BLOCK
LONSDALE AVRNl'K
PRONE 93
Cleared Lots
In Block 33A, D.L. 530
These lots are all on gradeditreeti. Ia fine neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Prices $600 to $700
I AM TERMS
S. GINTZBURGER
-LIMITED-
THK NORTH VANCOUVKR SPECIALIST
163 Cordova Street, Vancouver, R. C.
f. 0. HOX 3M.
SEE US FOR
SASH  DOORS  MOULDINGS  BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,  ETC, ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACIOKY, foot of St. George
We milie-it a trill bill mi mur Ordiv. "null nr law
ALEXANDER F. KEILLY
<>/-;/n>,l.v/ (imi fhiilrliinilri ni SI. .tlnlr-w'* Ctttttk
Teacher  uf  I'iuiiti,   Uveal   uml  Theury
11 dofii*e<l Pii|iil» prepared fnr the
Tomntia lii'venity Kxaniinatioiu
StlniiuS'  '"''   ''"'ir Mrr'' '"'""" s^tSm%   I'mii- mrr
" UA /,,,,,-rtii'- .lifrnir. I'Auii. Snrtli I'aaeutirer
Nnrth Vaanmer, Ttwrian A Fri.lay».   Kefere'iict'I Kev.Mr. Gillam
¥**9*9*9*9*4AM**9*9*9¥*%l9*%*t**9999t*%*t*9*
ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD ?
Come to us for tin- inonrv and rppav it
tu suit voutmII
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOTS FOR SALE
JOHN  ALEXANDER & CO.
REAL  ESTATE   BROKERS
tai Lonsdale Avenue
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ASSORTMENT OF
vSilverware
Given
Away
ll    AS PREMIUMS TO CASH i'l'KCHASKKS AT
McMillans
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CANYON VIEW ADDITION
READY NEXT WEEK
Splendid Large Lots $150
$5 Cash,   $5 per month.   No Interest
Ymi will liavu to act i|tiicklv to NOUN OM
By tbe way!   Who carrier your Ii.mimikt
Henry Eves & Co.
The Genuine Nortli Vancouver Sp I idists
Ii7 nnd 69 lonsdnle Avenue Phone l» Morlh Vancouver
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