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is V ^ kosies.    The Ex-
prese aoes thst.
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thst please*, at The Ex-   ;'
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VOLUME 9
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER H, 1909.
NUMBER I
ITHETAXSALEJ
4w*>*«,*-^.M*^>*.0->->^^
The inunicipal hull was the
centre ot nttraction to n large
numlier ol'prospective investors
on Wednesday alternoon, on the
occasion of the annual tax sale
ol the district. There were approximately 300 parcels to be
oficicd lor sale, distributed in
the district. Alex. l'hilip,clerk
of the municipality made an ef-
licient auctioneer, and a brisl.
business was done. Thc total
prococds ol the sale amounted to
J9.448.05*
The list of properties disposed
of, together with their purchasers, is as follows:
0. Westerlund-
D.L. 764 block 14 lot   3
NEJi D.L. 617 block 11 lot 16
'7
18
SE'4 D.L. 617 block   8 lot   3
W %   D.L. 617 Mock  2 lot 22
N >, of D.L. 1103.
Mrs. Charlotte Doig-
W %   D.L. 617 block   l lot 27
Miss C. Home-wood—
w;, d.l. 617 block 2 iui a
D.L.   785 block   1 lot 28
W % D.L. 2022 block 3
P. Branca—
W },   D.L. 617 block  2 lot 31
E X   D.L. 882 block 3
D.L.   786 block   3 lot   1
3 2
J. G. MacKinlay-
W % D.L. 617 block 64 lot   5
6
10
15
12
>S
D.L. 784 block
D.L. 785 block
W% D.L.   882 block
D.L. M.S block
Dl, ;*" block
Mrs   Wcsli-ilund
Will.      M-
24
I
4
3'
P
'3
2:
a I
32
12
13
6 lot 19
6       19
20
1 lot 24
J. Carenni—
W 1-3 D.L* 799 block i 1
E ,, D.L. 882 block 15
4
W. B. MacKenzie—
atcly to the east oi the team
exit and consists of a walk 20
feet in width, while lo the casl
again of this is located the entrance passage way for passt-u-
7
»7
28
D.L.   784 block   6 lot 21
22
D.L. 2087 block 50
G. Jarrett—
W % D.L. 617 block
4 lot 15
16
17
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I LOCAL NEWS
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Captain Cook, of the ship 1 Frank Farrow was a visitor
Haildon Hall, was a visitor in at the Seattle exposition this
the city on Wednesday. week.
lv A.  Ellington is preparing |   Mr. .McAlpine is preparing to
to build a residence on Cluster- build Iwo new houses on   loth
31 a spacious waiting room, ivhich field ave., near 19th street. street east.
measures 34 by 75  feet,   lit ted I   Typewriting. — Miss  E.  Sin-1   The excavating has begun  (or
with wide doors opening prac- clair,   public   stenographer,   at a new residence lor T. McEwen
3 tically on the ferry boat.   Both Thacker 4 Thornton's, 144 2nd on 8th street east.
3 passenger roadways  are roofed itreet east. The adjourned tax salt will Ik-
5 over so that passengers gctling     Found.-A flat bottom   boat, iheld in the municipal   hall   ou
oil the cars or wishing to board  with windlass.     Apply   W.   C. I Wednesday afternoon next.
4 the cars can proceed along a Thompson, Hollyburn Wharl, Far Salc-50,000 strawberry
'covered nay to or from either' west Vucouver. plants. 50c. per 100. Simpson
boat or cars. The plans are , m ^ o, ^^ d & Wight, 19th street west,
admirable 1.1 every way and wi 1 strcel *, veliu.nl wlll \\ lht postponed barbecue ol lhc
make ample provision for hand- hdd t g d ££ on Tues-llocal ^ployees of the B. C. El.
ling the largest crowds quick y d cvea- ^ J Jj^, Ry. Co. will be held ou Sunday,
and   safely,   and  also  for. the |                «                «    J The   North   Vancouver  girls'
D.L.   615 block   5 lot 13 gers ol a like width.    Between
NE,'* D.L. 617 block 11 lot 19 these passenger   roadways   the
.1. W. Warden— street car tracks run about lialf-
D.L.   615 block   8 lot 30 'way down the wharf and tcrm-
R. T. Tiiiuu— inate in bullers.    The passenger
D.L.   615 block   9 lot   3 entranci' leads past a small lick-
4 et ollice and a board room, into
N % D.L. 2088 block 13
John Moiue—
D.L. 786 block   1 lot
8
lb
John Shaw croft—
D.L.   7bb block   1 lot
D.L.   794 block 17
D.L.   950 block   1
Antonio Gallio—
W J, D.L. 882 block 5
6
11
12
M. Reid-
NE'.. D.L. 617 block 11 lot
FERRY   MATTERS
Thc steady development of llit
11     the1.,    . '  and preparatory school will re-
& Ward, has bought   the  resi-
, ,       , l-   1 T 1 °P--n 'or the winter term, Tues-
dence ol bred lam, corner   ol e   .     .       ~     „.*       r,
travelling public in every way.
Misses 0.
At the regular meeting of the ■*■ slre« anu v.ucsieniwa sve. ;„; But[er and -*,   G   ,  Gfad.
board  of  directors,   held   last     Mr. and Mrs. Porter uere   in Well.   Corner Lonsdale and 17th
evening, the draft plans  for   a the  city  for a few   days   this     Wcdncsdav ol this week   was
new wharl, waiting room,  and week, at their  home   on   2»d, the anniversary ol the opening
ferry business across the  Inlet jhcad offices at the Lonsdale ave. street, and  have   returned   to 0f the B. C. El. Ry. lines in this
from year to year, may be guag-j landing nice considered,  lt was their ranch. uly     ()n l)le )nst (-av u* „,H.Ia.
ed from the following statistics , decided to call at once for tend* |   Contractor Donald Macleiiiian tion the cars carried 406 people,
of earnings for the month   of lers for the construction  of 64 has practically  completed   the and  on   Wednesday  last   they
August,   since   the   year   1901, [concrete piers lor the new wharl clearing of the site lor the Mc- carried 1413 paid lares in addi-
2 which are given The Express by j This action was taken because Dougall-Jenkins, Engineers,Ltd. ition to transfers.     The traffic
Manager T. M. Heard.        The I the tides will   not   be  suitable and the excavation of over MOO on all the company's lines in llie
ligures arc as follows:    August, 'until next May, unless the work yards ol earth will be begun at citv is rapidly increasing.
11901,   $788.45;   1902,   $1568.75; it unilcn.ik.-i ftt once. ,once. I   At St. John's church on Wed-
1903,  $2300.80;   1904, $3522.60; I   The present lighting appai ah   ;   The choral society will hold a nesday, Rev. H. Hooper united
in in the bonds of holy matrimony
WJ£D.L.   822 block  3
Miss II. Mitchell—
W % D.L  617 block   6 lot
W 1-3 D.L. 799 block 22
/ 29
3
R. T. Copley-
W^   D.L. 617 block  4 lot 19 1905, $3448.271  190b, $4685.34; Iin the St. George,  will be re- meeting Ior  reorganization,
20 1907,  $5973-io,   1908, $6054.65; [moved and rt-placwl by a larger jthe  municipal  hall on Wednes- Earle Bradford Howes and Miss
   —— day evening next at eight p.m. Sophia   Ann   Barber   DeWette,
All singers who are interested both of Vancouver. The cere-
in choral work are invited to mony was performed in the pre-
attend. sencuof Mrs. A. DeWette, ol Yo-
lium tt Hillings Co
NE', 1)1.   141.7
D.l.  :<>xs bink
A   Robinson—
I) 1.   nn
1)1,   nu
1)1,. 7H5 block
D.L. 615 block
D.L. 2087 block 11
D.L. 794 block 9
D.L. 871 40 acres
D.L. 1008 i\ acres
E Mahon-
DL.   566 6acres
J. C. Keith-
S part D.L. 673 101 acres
J. G. F. Richards-
D.I,   617 block  5 lot
The   Singer   Sewing   Maihine k"ll-""->.   "'other  of  the bride
Co., Iieg to announce lhat thm  ani1 Mrs P»ta*i "' Victoria.
haic   appointed   the   .1   J. Mc-     C,t'('   H- WiBk/O,   driver   lol
Aleece dry goods store llieir permanent representative), in Nortli
V.iiknuvcr,    where   a   slink
machines will alwavs In kepi N
hand
I allied     Hois   ami   jjirls    In
Mini |af a Iree sample copy   ol
lor
the Nortli Vancouver Express
In , met with ., HtjMl mishap
j mi Wt-iliiis.lai, ivhen the team
which lie uas driving I.e.,mie
uniiianapeable and bolted The
.niiletil   ....Hired  al   the curner
'.I Malum avenue ami Keilh road
Wcslert,  Ufa ami  .Cl   U agents  £   gj!1'1 ""'I ^ l'""l"""""
in counlry disiii.is   Good com
liilssliili allowed
lh
A'liltcss. The
Ciii/en Printing and l'ublisliing     u ,l
Co., 21:2 Gram lilt- slreel, Van-
tuuit-r, B. C.
The h.cal lodge ol the Smis ul
Eii-:l,nid iiill j-.ir.nli- to divine
-ciu.e ai St John's cliunli ..11
M. nul. 11
n.rc   llirmin    Irom
VSfOS,   the former  sustalti-
li.uiiii.   .,[   ilu*  hip  and
Mile bad  bruises,  and  the latter   la-ing   bruised   and   badly
shaken.
The Nottli Vaniouur Piano
Coiii|.aii\ .m.l School ol Music,
ll the latest   addition    to   the
evwing    The memberi ,„,,,|,h ,i;.,m,llK hst 0, local
will   assimble   at   the   Eagles'  ■
This firm
lease   on   the
Knowles—
NE'4 D.L. 617 block IJ lot
WX
D.L* M7 block  4 lot
7
Henry Fooks—
NE'i D.L. A17 Muck is lot   6
W I   D.L 617 Mock  4 lot  7
6       39
13        4
5
16 9
in
NE1; D.L. 617 block ll lot   4
J allies Schreiner—
NE', ol D.L. 10R4
I C  Parry—
NE'i D.I, 617 block IJ Int   fi
Robert Currie—
SE1, D.L. 617 block   3 Int 24
SE'4 D.I, 1047
John Dicrs*-rn-
SW'4 D.L. 1046
W1;   D.L. 617 bloik
NEW   STEAM   WAGON   FOR   DISTRICT
The above cut illustrates   the haul a nailer wilh an addition-
new steam wagon shortly to In al lour tons capacity,
supplied lo thc district   council    It  will  travel at a speed   ol
by   Missis   Mayheld   &   Archi- irom six to seven miles an hour,
bald, Vaniouver, for dislribut- and is easily bandied on narnni   pay for "the cost of ilie wugon in a lew unks of Harold Wood
ing  road  material   throughout roads and sharp turns.       The
the   district,   and   lor   general wheels in made spciialli  wide
work. m the truud lor traversing  soli
The wagon bas a carrying 1.1   roads.
parity ol live tons, and on lb
level or less steep hills, il can
business i»*ttituiions
hall at 6.3.1, and the service will |,,(S   MlUI,.,|    ,
iH'g.n  at   seven o'clock        The Rround fl()or  0,   lhf   sktlhorM
sciiio1 will be preached by Rev -  l.lc^-k.    between    .,th   and   5th
Hugh Hooper, HA, rector.        strce»s on i„nvU], avrnue.    A
Hie board ..I school trustees is stoclfc ol pianos   is  already   on
calling for tenders for cordwood hand and to this will be added
lor   both   Chesterfield   avenue instrument.-,  ol  various  kinds.
Khool and Moodyville school. The school ol music will be in
Another advertisement calls lor charge ol efficient and experienc-
tenders for the re-modelling  ol ed instructors, and  will  allord
will do seictal nuns in i ds)  the building  now   standing   in modern facilities for musical cd-
the work ol I leaiu ol  horses, the school  grounds,  so as   to ucation.
indeed, comparing the cost   ol make it answer the requirements,
team hauling with the Mt   ol ul an additional classroom
operating 1 ste.uii iiagon.it will     Thc marriage will take place
w uivks ol Harold Wood     The u.nlrait lor tutting   the
iniiiili a year. and Miss May Weston.        Mr.  lies lot the I.inn V.,11,1  ttam
The delivery ol the wagon lias Wood is _ M„, 0f J, jf rj. Wood Inn  extension ol tin* B' C. El
Wen ilelaveil in .onsei|tieini*   ol  boot ,,n,| shoe merchant ol tins  Ri   Co, has Ik.11 given t,, th,
thl special   boiler   tonstiiii ti.ni . Hi, and is manager ol the Van* l.uin  Vallei   I.imilx-r C<.     and
tei|iiiri-d   by   Hit-   H. C. regula- couver stores ol the lirm.   Miss is now Uing executed.
has   recently   arrived'   At the meeting ol the l.h. 1
I.VNN VAI.I.I-Y NOTES
I
;Ss block   1 lot
7«is block   8 Int
1$
F. M. J. Bourke-
D.L
D.L
ot   l.l
II
12
>4
1
4
a
From lis lapailli   all'l  **|H'i''
11 wlll be seen lhat this wagon ti,,ns, but it is now on the w.n    Weston
from her home in London, Eng- aid ol the Presbvierlan chirdh
held at lhc llolli. ol Mis Davits
ic-t.rd.n, Mts Allan testgtu.l
iln siitetarisltip, and a new
Ht-iretary Has tKited.
There will Ik- ,1 mass meeting
in Lynn Vallcv   Institute  hall,
UT    will    llkellise    lie
lighted by eleelriiity,
biighlli
llu    pil
ot 30
lol  21
D.I,    580 block  1 I
D.I,    78S block    2 lot   10
E',   D.L.882 block 2
S. Adutt-
W V, D.L. 617 Mock   6 1
J. Kirkhain—
W % D.I, 617 block
Mrs. R. J. Fowler—
W K D.I, 617 block 16 lot  11
W '/, D.L 882 block 15
E. J. H. Cardinal-
D.L.   785 block
T. Prime-
D.L*   785 Mock
P. Letinofl-
D.I,   785 Mock
21 I909i H623.63.      When  It  Is le    ainl lllore   pointllll   plant,   cap
22 lllclllbtled    llial    tllc   above   ill-   -l'1*'' "I Ufhtlag  lhe ctilm   Loal
23 crease over tool, has been   sc- bnllianllv     The North Vai1u.11
24 coinplishcd in the lace ol griat-
25 ly reduced rates, il will lie seen
26 that tihcrc has been a ve.iv largi
27 advance in August this year, 111
28 actual     traffic,     an   assurance
29 which vindicates the siuuss   ol
ol 30 the policy of the adniiiiisir.ilmn
Active steps are being taken
In llu directors with reference
lo permanent improvements.
Preliminary drawings ban
la'in prepared for lhe ri-model-
ing ol the Lonsdale avenue landing. These drawings show a
wharl eighty-lour leet wide,
built upon coiicied piers, stand
illg three leel abme high water
lot 9 Along the east side of the what I
Ihere runs a straight  entrance
land
The  meeting   held   on   Unities
day  evening,   to   oigani-c   th,
N'orth Vaniouver Hockei  ilub,
for Uu- season, was a pronounc-
■est st  (torn lyasmo being id mmm,   lWlj-»M pUyfaM
probably used lor llial BSTpOM   i-uiiil-trs signed the roll.     The "" Tiiesilay ninin-;, St].titnUi
All electrit   bell lor the ll-e ol  followm-; 0_Oon   Were   elected    T**t -'l 8 o'lloik, to gel .111   ,\
the male will  be installed   lie-  Hon  presidents  J. C. Keith, J.  fnSM09 ol opmioii In regard to
linen lhe gates of tiie Sl ('„.,ige Fell and E   Malum;    president,  -*• '"ial appllcalion lor license
ami the pilot house     The tap   A.  E   Kealy;   captain,   P    n! to sell liquor.
lain will blow lhe long tvlustl.   Ilavlis, viu* captain,   K. J. H  I ■	
and iiiiiiiulialely protced lo the Cardniall; st-ir.-tarv-'lr.asin,.| S 1     H01TICULTU1AI   FAIR
I'ltiv.ird   pilot   house   where he Humphreys.      A .stletlioii   ami 	
will blow lhe short ulusile, but  working 'committee,   consisting     The  lollowing   addition   has
will not ring the signal to start   of R   E  Hsougfaten, H  Britlg- l,ll» »'ade to the published prise
 M        II      »*     , . II       —_    [,..,•.„.._...,       a- 	
until lhe male signifies thai all mnn,   H. Grci-n-Arinvtage.   II   lM for tin-exhibition  No   190s,
is te,„lv, bi tinging the electric Suaviic. and II   Il.,rt 1. \.   w.,s *•* ''ght roadster learn, mares
b*H- appointed.    Hr. Ilavlis, captain, 01 geldings.     First prize,   cup.
•  is a  hoi kt \   pl,.vcr   nl   interna- donated by The I'lxpn-ss, HCOM
Rudolph, the lillle son ol Dan liolial ripnlatioli,   having   Imyii  piur J; 50.     It has  also   lieen
Aiiiskolil,   streei   I'lreiiiati,   had captain ol thl Welsh team when de.t.led that everv ilass uilh tli,
thi inislotttinc  in  lull  iill   the It HCMld thf championship The !''xn pi ion of classes 68 and 126,
lot 12 roadway  for  teams,  which   is
twelve ieet in width. Alongside iiiainlah viMcrday, sustaining use ol the l.otiln.it.l -**-j-£ has shall I •■ gpsj li. all miners. The
lot   8 this on the west runs a similar a Iracttirc ol Ihe mllai l.otn and  been sunred, and tin- erection ol words "lonliticl to utv and Ho
roa.liia, lot the exil ol teams   some of the small chest boms   .1 p,,liable p.nilton uill be pro-.ind" arc to bc struck out  in
leiailctl with st once. all othy; cases.
J. Y. McNaught
D.L.   785 block   3 lot 26 The passenger exit lies lmmcdi- He is progressing favorably
I
I THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
U
Water Notice
Seattle il.n . oil M..iul.it , Sl p
lelillict' 0,  Is expel lul    I"   'Imu
ilu* largest record aai ,iii.ndaiui
lllllill^     ill.     A.-Y.-P,    l \|aaasll|,,|l.
The committei is conlidenl ol
surpassing the mark oi 90,000 ol
the opening day b) a good in.uu
llu.us,unl*., I'r,uiu,.lli     ilu
ii hole ciii iiill bc closed lor iln
occssion, in ordei that .I.il*.
.m.i pcoph win. work during tin
dai nnu nui Ii.n. |.|ioi um
ui oi   i a ni}; iln exhibits ..i the
lan.
Tb. Fori ili rs ol Aim i leg w ill
icl.lil.il. II.Ill al.ll ,il llll I.lll.
oil   Alullil.n     * llll    all    . 1.ilml,il.
procession through thi grounds.
Several thousand ol the Ordi i
liom ..11 pai is "i ih. coast all
counted on h) lhe local lodgi
,\I.an,l.n ii ill also In Vancouvi i
day ,iiul lhe I'acilii northwest
.i hi in 111 ol llu iinn. aii*, .a I', n
nsi 1 \ .ini.i da).
I lu Northwi i Light 8 1'on
ei Association will begin its
tomunii..n lasting foi Ihrei
days, on Tuesday, i ha ollicial
ia.) at the fail is fixed lor the
opening day ol thi convention.
Farmers' day at tin exposition, on Wednesday. will be one
ol Uii feature) ul thi week, A
large nuuibi i ol prominent agriculturalists ,ui,! farmers (rom
all parts "i the northwest will
be in attendance, and the pro-
gi.iiinii. a,i iiu* ds) will l,. devoted lo a slu.li ol Uu l.mil i \
Inliiis ,,i ilic exposition,
California day, Seplenibci u,
will In- om- oi tin* leading ilati
celebrations ol thi week, The
programme will be held in the
i iliiailaia slati building at the
• [position, uuh ., reception in
thi  evening at thi u., hlngton
state building,
Th. II* Hoo cell bration at
the exposition, on Thursday,
will bring a large attendance i.i
lumber in.nun.a. luren (rom all
paiis oi iin* northwest, Tlu
headquarters dI tin dsy will In
in ih. Hoo ll..a, building on ihi
exposition grounds, Tnursdai
will also In Raiali day, when
the imu will be given away .and
volunieei .,n,l i>>,nnu s i_). The
Wsshington slati leagin and lhc
fourth * last postniai li; 'i association occupy ih. prograiumi
oi th. (air i.a i
New England day, on Sattu
■i.'i,  sviil ,ed l.i   ilu*
landing ol a model ol the ilay*
dowel uuh  ioi  N.w   Enj
■■   each i'i*.-. ■ tiling  some
lll.il.., Ill    a,|     |ju     |,,m     ,,,    pj].
frims,    A model ol I'lvmouth
r...k has btin Luili |,,i tb, ,,,,,,
sloll, al llu fool "I thl I'.n
Sllt.ik, "ll  l..ii.,   1 mon.
I In Spanish Aiimi.,,n w.u
uitiaiis will celebrate at lhe
i (position on Saturday, nub ,,
series ..i drills in thi ■ ladiiuu.
The programme ol the day   is
lllllll.-.    ,1    lllllllllll      a,|    .,..
us toiniii.ui,Lis ihiinij. i|„
Iati war.
A iiiiniUi ol ilii I.,lu. im,,
tiiies ait  planning ,.n   ending
ill i.^a.llOll ,       t"       llll I   \|a,,S|tlO||
(oi a celebration on  Saturday,
I'.J" All". SaW
ra, Lo  I ■ *'    ,.ml San .1,, ,
l\ n.n \.\l,i.l-.\  NOTES
",a    lorly ;,a,ii   ,:    i....   on
a    lyroll   a,I    I'l**llll,a'        llllll.
•li   Sluarl    il Thi    pson A
Stuart, clearing .   , i,
king in th. i.ui
'his neck.
A I., ai  n .,     n »i  i:
Thompson    ■ imp     Hi uin was
in,Use
, \i.l. mii looking loi soiiu ihing
lo eat, when hi w» * ■ n and
promptly killed,
A correspondent signing him
.li     tnothei Sulmcribcr    has
* ii i" Tin Rxpn *■ uuh i,
leu Hi.    I"   iln   po I   "llu,     '.la!
ing ibai ih, office i rally
ll,.  ,'!'     1        Ihl <   ll  I,,      COUld    ||"!      I'l
in ni i   ninl, i thi , In tnii-,1,in.es.
II. Undi : --lands lhat il is on |
load   .ili'I   thai  it  is going    It.
iln ia    .mil  asking  whal
more is required in the inti rests
ol  llie people.
Ml KM K   COMMISSION'HRS
Tin it will be no nni ting   ol
iln board ol licenM iomm
ir   on   '•' ilu
-i.ii■ loi 'l" regular meitii
account ol lhe lact that ll
ho bn- un     v lib • |t
tuition.
NOTICE is hereby given that
.in application mil be made undei l'atl V. ol the "Water Acl,
i'i"'),'1 to obtain a licence in llie
Nm   Westminster    Division   ol
New Westminstei district.
(a) The lialile,a,lill ess and occupation ol ihe applicant, Caul*
leild'i Water Woiks Company
Limited,
(Tl ior mining purposes) Free
.Uiner'i CertilicaU No	
(\i) Thl lialile ol lllc lake,
Nil t .mi 01 soiiuc [il nun,um,I,
tile   ilescllplloll   l.s;       Liillallltil
creek miming  ihiough  Distiiil
Lot   l-'i",  lii>.up   I,  .New   llesl-
liiiusici district.
\ftj      Ule   point   ol   illlclMotl.
llic uoiuai'ly i.oiiiiiiaiy   ol   Uu
casl   hail ol sal,I (lllblllcl   Lol
124o.
(il;      Tin  quantity    ol    ll.ilel
applied iui (iu ciii.it test per mc*
.■ua .      louiil ul OUC cubic    loot
pn wcond.
(c; nu charactst oi iin*
pioposcd  works,     intake   auu
all*,, 11 ail Illg pipes.
^1; Ihl plcllilscs oU wlllcli
Uic Walcl' IS lu be used (ilcsclluc
same; Uisirui Lots 1240 aim
Bil, IjloUp l, -New   llesUiUllslcl
district.
(g; llie purposes lot which
Uic w.ilei II lu DC UseU. .llUlll-
cipal purposes.
(ii;   11 ior niigaiiuu dsscribc
lhc lalltl llllcliiletl lo Oc U'llgal-
cU, gn mg acreage 	
(1; li Ule « atlT IS lo lit UM.U
lul   pullel ul  milling   pui puses,
describe uu place wnere thi n.i-
lel  ls  tu  bl lelUlllctl   lo   SOIIU
natural ciiauuci, aim the tiuici-
clicc  111  .illUUUc iJClilcell    point
ul illlelslull allll pullll ol lelUlll.
(j; AIM ul clow 11 laud 111-
IcUilcd lu lie uccUpleU liy lllc
pluposcd Works,     iNuUc.
• k) Ihls Uolice was posied
uu uu IJlli .lay ul Augu.si, lyuy
.111,1 applkaliuu will bc liiailc lu
tile colilllilssluUcr on lhe 2olb
ilay ol September, lyoy.
(i; luu lhc lialnifc and ml*
diisscs ul any np.uiau piupilcl-
uis cl liccUsces it lio ul nliuse
lalitis alt likely lu bc allcclcil
Oy lhe proposed wulks, ellllel
aiiute ul bclull lile oullcl.
Hail) 11. iloncll, lulu Cieol-
gla slieel, laUcuUici, aliaUIKe
ijiuUburger,iuoi Gcoigi.i slieel
\alicoUicr; Wm. Uailc) .Llicslci-
licld avenue, Ni.un Vancouver;
Oscar li. Allen, 44U ijiaiiiille
slieel, \alitoutcl, Itilllalii C.
bltalUlaU, 2juo Ist alellUe tlcst
\autuuicl; 1-. \\. Caullellil,\au-
cuuici club, Vancouver, li. L.
(Hi; lhc name ol lhe Coin
pall) ill lull, taullellcl s Wain
UulUs tuliipauy, LlliilUd.
(11)     ihe Ilea,I olhie.     Rooms
Davil Ul.illlbcl.s, 015 11.1S-
lliigs slleet nisi, \ aliiuUlcr, 11.
c
id)   Ihs capital—hou divided
shun ing    amount    paid    up.
iniiii)-iiie iiiuu.s.iiici dollan
.i-.jA'oo) divided iniu uuuty-
iiic ihousaliti (ijiouo; sliaies ol
I'll, ilulial (1*1/ each, ul which
IU BOOS paid up.
\\i)     Cup)  ul suih parts    ol
iiu ...a..."i.m,Iiiiii ui Association
is auiliuii/.c lhe pluposcd ap-
pllcallOS and woiks;
Hu ul.jti.is  loi   which    ilu
compan liahed arc:
\i) io .u]ipl) ilu townsite
..I c.i niinii is, i.ting part ui Uu
UUI l.ols Ml aim   l-'4'i   Aui th
\ ancouvei municipality, ami Lka
11. ighborhood thereui, » nh v.a
III,    all,I    lo    a ,,1| *,     oil    III,
tan ol a Haiti  nulk,    a 11,pall)
III all lis blanches.
(.';     To appl)  for, slake, ,.,i I
..mi iii.sj.ose ol water,
(i)     Tu   make,   build,   cofl
itruct, lay down ud maintain
i.sciiiiiis, n.iiii works, .i.uii.s,
iisieins, tiiliei Is, lilli r beds,
main atul othei pipei and appli-
.unl I" , inllie all,I .lo all
olli, 1   noiks allil    llilligs   1
<<i convininii loi obtaining
sun mg, selling, delivering im
measuring watei  01   ithsrwiai
loi ilu purpose of ihe company.
I 0 SCquiri w.ili! lecords
01 111,111, s aiiii reset roil»*■   as
li 1 woiks, main ami i.lliu pipei
.ui I "ih, 1 ti'.iki already made
or constructed nuJi the object
ol supplying lhe said in t»lib..|-
hood with water,
.Signature;
CATJLFEILD'S   WATEI
works CO., LTD
Per i'i.ui. i*. U    1 iiilliild,
Han,igmg Director,
I    11   Address J
Vaucouver, B. C.
J. W. HALMAIN
U1VII        BNUINKKK
iJiiHiitltT Surveyor mnl Architect
NORTH   VANCOUVKR.
M,KI" • ■ • ■ DAIRY
VANCOUVLR . tVf%MK I
Phone 126     Store 111 1st street west
Klfbl   ala *ln,*r.*   ail   .1,1,'.*   Milt   .11,1 I'l. ton
/laa.Ila  |;llt» 1,1 ll l,***il       N**,\   I Hl-I   K||l Ofl  htflttj
almchiiTec Al,l...l'l..i'l I'n aaina iy  HiiIIit; hi.*I
id, I***.,"
l'i., IM      l..*,,,,*,ii*i*in ll Mi.n*,
WM. PHILIP, Prop.
Board of Trade
Norlh Vancouver Board ol
Trade meets the third Tuesday
ol euch month, ut H o'clock p.
m., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday ol each month. D. G.
Dick, President ; J. R. J. Murray, Secretary.
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MIUvS
Pioneer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hsll
la    0.    O.     Fa
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
M, meets every Thursdny evening, corner Lonsdale avenue and
Fust street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting ibrethren cordially invited to
attend, Edwin Peers, N. G.;
Thos. S. Nye, Kec.-sec; .1. H.
Pilling, Kin.-sec.
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
,*.\I*I,-HI.  HI
THE MI8SH8 DAWSOiS
Certificated targical, Medical und
lIllllTlllll   N 1,1 -VI-
Nurns Sent Out on Application
For tei-inn  apply  ut  ll.e Hoeplta]
C..r. IM li str.'.-l .1 Si. eadfCV'l Ave.
PHONE   oo
W.  H.  HTHNIY
W.  ('.   MOHilHON
Sole agenti for MiireH-.i, the lieit
inattiriiil f,,r wullw and ceilin*.'*!
Plum., RltO
Tradc Marki
Designs
COPl RIOhTB Ic.
Anrono ..Tiding ■ .kt-trl. .nrt rt^orlntlnn m.r
Tai*.. t Mi'erl.ln our ,*i 'ian*.. fr.tf wn-lij.r in
liiv.ntlnn ipprtah.Mf r* aciilfthlo, Ccniinuiilr..
,iiai,i,.inoil!"*"iiii*ia*.iia,i. HANDBOOK on I'.I.UU
Mi.tla,*.'* 01'le.t .a*.*aa.*T forB«.<urii>ic{.MO.I-k
I'.tla'l.'.  iU) I'll   llll*.ll.*t,   Mllllll   k CO. teC.lrf
axrtrtnuttct, * 11 hou t cfc.uw, in lt.«
Scientific Jfmericam
A hand*c-rtH'i v Ulufitratcti ituMj,   lougvot dr-
itilatum of but lelttixl.li; joiirnnl.    lertim for
I'.niHiU. *'.::• 9 yenr, i> -'hki' ;>ii-i ai.l,   tluld bf
ill lit1"*- It ;ik ;■».
MUNN iCo.'8IB^-New York
Hni,.-'i Offlco, % K M.. VV-.-Illicit.11.1) C
GROCERIES
PROVlSIOf.'S
BOOTS MiD SHOES
geNts' fiJrNisHiNgs
Our aim is to i;ive satisfaction
tn uur t itsloiners.
Our ib'livi ry gOM 10 .ill parti "I
thr 1 ity. ll inu have im telephone i,'i*' i"in Dime ami
nur deliver) will call,
DODDS 6
TYSON
Telephone 41
Cor. Klli St. »nd Lonsdah
!l
3rd street, cor Lonsdale anil LACKS MIT H ING
HORSESHOEING
BTEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
ETC., BTC
Tool Sharpening s specialty
ATTEMION
Builders & Coniractors
Lumber will never lie cheaper.   Get  in mi the ground
floor.   Iliiild now
(Specialty—Our  own  Kiln-
dried Flawing and Finlib
I'ROI'OMDIOUI  IMPROWMIM
T.I.KK M' I'HE tl.nl Iln-1'..unci! of llio
l',.r|...r..ti"iiol Hi.' I in "f North 1 an*
Couver inl.'ii'N I" r"i."lrii,'i tl". 1, rt Of
l..<*al IniiT'ii. n.'iit -'t "in in Ila' -'Iniul.' ippdarini l..-l..« ud 1st. ndi t* ai-*
.,«-    Hi,    lllllll   '"-l    lll.ri'nl.    Ilj."ll  llll-
real prooart) benefiied Iherebe (rontlai
or abaltlng thrreon and held liable l..r
11...win.'ial ll,,r,l"i.
\ iuu ni'iii ihowlni ii,.* laadi liable
;iii.I pr.a|Mi..*.| (.. be **|"*i*.,.IK n*..*-*,,I f.,r
il,,* -.ii*l iiii|.r.'i.*iii.'iit un.l the na
ll mi.7-  II" r.'al, .,. Ill ,,- tlir  MM
1HI1 Im* ii-i .'Muiii.-'I 1 r..rl. Iln   a.i-l '
-...ni roll iiii'i "tl.'Ti.i-.*, i. ii..*
filed in ih.. "ili I il."   ta-twainenl
r.iiiiini«i"ii..|-..i.'i i" "|."ii l«i ii'-i ■ lion
dnrlng offlee lioun.
Ill,* a- LMdoh l.'l.l* allllW. Ila' ' Ilia
,,,.||.,I  , a,a|   a,| III,' llllpr.'V..|||..|.l     .111*1   ll,.*
proportion i" '"' i'"M'l'''l u il "I iia.'
L„.|i,*r,ii luu. I" "I ll"' 'ilv
A   laallM   "I   rail-   "II  Hill    !«   lll'l'l   III   ill.'
iui Hull. Sorth Vaurniii.T. i: i , uu
a.ii, ,i.,i "i He-Member, IWH, al tin-
li..ur..( *• o'rkiei p m , Iw ti" purpoei
ad hearing any complilnti igilti.t tin-
uiupoeed Hena m-, at il"- v    ra. |
ol tlie lr"iiliic"' ii" i*un*nii'iii>, nr any
other riiinpliiiul" »l.i. I. tlu- person) in*
t.T.'-t.'.l deelie lo nuke und whirli in hy
Ihw ooealiable hi Ihe i ourt,
THOMAH -iiM'lli i:i'
i—mu.*nt Commiuloner.
\,,rlli Viiiii'i'iivT, ll.C,
Illii Aii|.-iist, r.aw
arm l.n «ton Ml D i i
l'r„IK.w-.l l*..*tinial...|    l-'ainait'*
liiipri'v.ini-iil total ''"■(   a in lopaj
the completioa "( the
work "i    - r'1'1-
iiijI   aii'l    I l.'.nraluiK
inl Street. Ir""1 Malum
AlOllll..    I"    Sl      I'lillal'.
Il.'i ,   HI"!    i'lillillK
lhe old I lool M'l'',.iill.
ii, tide and Liiiim
! inn I,  Sidewalk oa
llll*   IK.Iltll    -I'l''   "f   '"i'l
mrtlonol Ird Wreali  MS.fluO   ■' per
■ "lit   nt
total
cent
M Vancouver oie, srwie; pnone 36
Mill -l.ynn Cr.-.k, B.C.
WEDDING
RINGS
An* bought Inr, I'M' ""t b) 00
in, ii, t'i th, [ail -i i in olten
consulted alumt lbi pun Imsr,
«ai the] ihould ba Wedding
rinfi cannol hi too good m
quality    iln v IR BOl everyday
pari hitei,   Wi havi lh«B ie
heavy solid (-old, giiaranteiii
to last a limn lifetime, I"
oilier styles of rings wc easily
take the bad in variety, 'pial-
ity and low prices. Huy your
jewelry here snd you will Ret
tin* best value for your money.
GRASSIE & CO.
318 Cnmbie Street
ATENTS
pSrMPTLYSECliREDi
We .'.licit III'* !»,.* man of Minularlurria,
,'.,..' ,-fta : atal "tlirr. wlvtira*!1*"* I!:,* mlilaaliil
birlnffhtlr pnieol h li
, ils.   I'M ""ii.iry.dviar tttt,   I
,*. -i*i«i-. Our Inventor'! Ailvlicraa-ni m-x.ii ,..
,iii..l M.rionaH.rlaiu, K'K'd., Ni*w V'.rk l.ilt
flilg Muulic»l.l«alw«.lili,|l,in UC IIM
W. H. vSTONEY <a CO.
Signs of every deiwiption
Wall[tajuTB, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, do.
House  fainting, Ollling,  Paper Hanging,  Kalsoniining
lbTurating, etc.
Salety Deposit Hoies to Kent. Snlety Pi-posit Hoxei to Rent. !
M 11 Uill III Mil
Aotnnn Canotilor, Truitnn, Liquidator Raulvnrs nnd Aa*l|nn*
Court Bond.  Innutd
0
0
INTEREST
Palll     Ull      al,*|*****,l-       l*llUI|,.,lll)<lt.l
four linn* yi'iirlv.
Pnnn Booki Itiu-al
5°.
r.g BARNARD, Cliairnmn
HON. K.l'AKTKIM'O'lTUN, i'liainnan ol Kimilivt
K. J. F. 01BS0N, HaaagH I. G* * AINW1IQHT, >.vr..ltri
liranriui. ManaiuDi Block, coruar Rulimiii anil Granville
P.O. BkM PImmM
Salety Deposit Boies to Kent. Salety Deposit Boxes to Bent,
- Ill
Cars  leave  ierry  landing for
all points, as follows:
"6.15 a.m.
*645   "
•7.20   "
7.50 "
8.20 "
8.50 "
9.20 "
9-45   "
Alter whiih cars leave at ten
minutes past thl hour and twenty minutes  to  the hour  until
midnight.
Not on Sunda)
Cars leave Lonsdale Avenue,
Keith Road, and Queensbury
Avenue Terminals as follows:
•0.05 a.m.
•6.30   "
/■OO
*7*35   "
8.05   "
8.35 "
9.00 ''
9.25   "
945   "
10.25   "
10*55   "
After which cars leave ,,t Lie
minutes to the hour and tm-ti*
ty-tive minutes after t! e  hour
until midnight.
For GtOlIM Mountain take the Lonsdale Avenue car. For
l.viin Valley take tin Uureiisbury Avenue car. For Capilano
lake the Keith Road tar.
Ill
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
Wc can  handle as many more.     II you air thinking ol building
see us and talk the matter over
CAMPBELL i» Ml LER
205 Lonsdale Ave.
North Vanoouver
.■■•WVVVVVVVVV^'VVV^'^lMi-^e^--'***^**************
Cates' Wharf
FOOT OI- ROGERS AVE.
NORTH VANCOUVER
Dockage lor SttUMfl
Warehouse Ai'ioiiimodatiuii loi all purposes
:vt.SD,  lim, BRICK,  CEMtNT, ORAM I
COAL and LUMBER
Goodi delivered il ilesired. l'lumpt wrviei
mi it mm *\ nun
tli at  Rooms  11  und   Ij,   Plach   Hlock,   Vantoiiver
PHONE 136
■^lVvvv^-^<>•^l<^<.■-^l*^*^^^A-^*^^^^*^*^^*^^^M^*^-^>M
NORTH VANCOUVER TERRY TIME TABLE
8TEAMBI ST
OEOROE
STR. NORTH VANCiU'Vhk
Leave Van.      1
,t-ave N. Van.
Leave N. Van.      Leave Van
*h.2o a.m.
•6.45 a.m.
'I* .... a.m.       '6.45 a.m.
7*3«   "
7-5"   "
•7.20   "            '8.oo   "
8.30   "
8.50   "
•8.10 "         '8.50 "
y'5 "
9-45   "
9.20              9.45 "
;   10.15 "
10.45   "
10.15 "         10.45 "
; ims "
"*45   "
11.15   "          "-45   "
1    12.15 p.m.
12.45 p.m.
12.15 P-m-        'a-45 pm.
;   us "
1.45   "
1 "5   '             1-45   "
1  2.15 "
2*45   "
M5   "            2 45   "
: 3.15 "
3-45   "
3-15   "            3-45   "
415"
4*45   "
4*15   "            4-45   "
8.18  "
5-45   "
5-15                 545   "
6.1 j "
6*45   "
6.15   "            6.45   "
7.25   "
745   "
7-25   "            7-45   "
8.15  «
8.45   "
8*15   "            8*45   "
9.15  "
9.45   '
9*15   "            MJ  '
1   10.18  "
10.45   "
10.15   "           10.45   "
Ml*15   "
Mi.45   "
11.15   "           12.00
* Not 0
n Sunday.
Time Table
subject to cht
nge without notice. THI EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
V
The current issue ol the B. C.
Gazette records the following
appointments: Twenty-five additions to the list oi commissioners ior taking affidavits under the elections act, nineteen of
whom are in Cranbrook district!,
one each at Victoria, Vancouver and Nelson, and one, Richard Charles Biss, at North Vancouver.
RACING-CAR TRAGEDIES
Speaking ol the recent numerous fatal accidents at Indianapolis, in a motor car contest, the
Scottish-American ol New York
under date of August 25, says:
Americans pride themselves
upon being the most practical
and utilitarian oi people, and it
is, therefore, strange that such
racing practices sliould be so
popular among them. It ap-.
pears to bc bred in the bone ol
the natives, and to be imbibed
into the life ol many who came
hure. They must push ahead
and be first, even in a contest
1
1   1
John A. Muir,  of  Fruitvalc, with an express train at a eros-
West Kootenay; and Duncan A. sing
McFarland,  oi   Riondel,   West
Short, inudurately worded luttera on
lam,*, of L'a'iiT.tl public interest will bo
piihlialie.1 in Thi. Kxi-RRaa.
No communication published except
over signature ol writer.
Thi KxPBuaa i» in no way responsible
I'or the opinions ol correspondents, and
reai-rvea the right to terminate a discussion at any time.
THIRD STREET EXTENSION
11,
Kootenay, are to be justices of reported almost daily, upeda
the peace. Jas. Maitlaiid-Dou- on Monday mornings, but the
gall, is to bc chief constable at sad event has no perceptinl,- tl-
Hazelton. W. C. Leacey, ol iccl in stopping tne practice in
Elko, Kootenay, is to be a pro- the community. A tinge ol
vincial constable.
J. H. Patterson, at Skeena
Canyon, is to be deputy mining
recorder for Omineca mining division, and Puny R. Skinner,at
Copper City, is to be deputy
mining recorder for Skeena river, mining division.,
Reginald W. F. Sargent and
Percy E. Wells are to be notaries public, in the city of Vancouver.
I
Certificates  of   incorporation
bave been issued as lollows: The i
Birch Bark Novelties, Limited, I
capital Sio,ooo;   Lillooet   District   Hospital  Society; Prince.
Rupert Sash and Door Co.,Ltd.,!
Editor Express:
Sir,—There arc a few facts a-
bout the proposed extension   of
a street through the Indian refill- result and folly of this is'serve, that ought  to  be  made
known to the people ol North
Vancouver.
A short time ago most of thc
Indians lavored the opening of
2nd street through the reserve,
sorrow is lelt lor the sullcreis, They have since been persuaded
but it is not us, and out wc go that 3rd street is the only street
again on Sunday to add to the that can be opened to benefit
list of unfortunates. them.    Two small houses that
I The death .from motor car ac- protrude slightly over the line
cidents appear to lie adding of 2nd street, have been cited as
more to the mortality of the an obstacle to the opening of
couotry than any plague that 2nd street. The houses could
ever visited it. But it is fash- be moved back at small cost,
ionablc, and thc votaries of the and the matter amicably ar-
motar car complain, when it is ranged with the Indians, by djs-
sought to reduce its speed to a interested citizens, having only
reasonable limit for the safety the general welfare oi the city
of the public. in view.
  I   The  engineer  has run a line
mm irom 3rd street through the re-
A COMPLAINT AND REPLY serve and coming out at   2nd
  street,  on  Bewick avenue,   de-
Editor World: Will vou kintllv fleeting the line south to do so
capital f5",ooo; R. V. Winch &'auow mQy through the columns H yi street were run straight
Co., Limited, capital $500,000; o( your paper( to express ti,e through, it would strike the 30
Spring Creek Water Company, scntjlneut!. 0j tuyself and Iellow loot street along Uie north end
Ltd., capital $25,000; Standard traveiers 0f North Vancouver, ol the reserve. As the line
Trust ft Industrial Co., Limit- rl,ganijnK thl filthy condition ol through the reserve is run, 3rd
ed,c.;pital $1,000,000 divided in- lhe (errv ..(jorl-, Vancouver." I street will be a crooked street.
to preferred and ordinary shares nHVe traveled considerably up H the reserve ever becomes a
Suburban Lands Improvement an(j ,jown the giobe *jUt ^^ part of the city, the streets be-
Co.. Ltd., capital $io,<xH>;West- _| en'Ureii t puljlic conveyance'low it will be crooked; 2nd
hank Trading Co., Ltd., capital o[ any kinrj -^jjg in anj. Way j street will run'into 1st, and 1st
$50,000. approached the absolutely   dis- into Burrard Inlet
Licenses are issued to extra- graceful condition of the furry Do thc people of North Van-
provincial companies as (ollows: this morning. It was impossi-
Copley, Noyes & Randal, Ltd., i,le tp sit down on the upper
of Hamilton, clothing niaiiufac- dcck because floors and seats
turers, capital $300,000; H. W. alike, were covered with soot
Laird Co., Ltd., of Rcgina, for- an,i grease. If people are to
warding agents, etc., capital makc homes in North Vancouver, it will be necessary to use
a little more water and elbow
grease. A wink is as good as
a nod to a blind horse.
PRO BON PUBLICO
August 28, 1909.
$50,000; Standard Trusts   Co
ol  Winnipeg,  capital  $500,000;
Waterous Engine Co., Ltd.,  ol
Brantlord, Ont.,  capital $250,-
000.
Edwin S. Jackson, grocer of
Vancouver, gives notice of assignment for the -bent-lit of his
creditors.
Notice is given of the following applications for foreshore
rights: Barclay Bonthorne, on
Taxeda island;' C. P. Miller,
south side ol Taxeda island; G.
E. Smith, Garbally estate, Victoria district.
Noble Binns, of Trail, B. C,
makes application (or a record
of 40 cubic feet ol water per second out of Aldridge creek, a
tributary of Elk river, Cranbrook district; E. A. Garrett,
jr., of Victoria, makes applka-
Editor Express:
Sir, — As the "gentle man"
who so valiantly attacked latin last night's world "For the
public's good" was not manly
enough to publish his name, he
leaves me no alternative but to
claim the courtesy of your columns to answer him.
If on that said morning of
August 2Hth, ho had taken thc
trouble to look aloft, he would
have seen the reason ol the soot
and grease. The awning was
removed   ior   necessarv altera
tion lor a record ol twenty-live <-10,,s. «ml its sout,ls »0,1 «•
cubic feet oi water per second, -sl'arks. ll lel1 °" *• 'kck __
out ol Hyrg lake, on Mount neath, J" sU'i,lu''r haunK J"51
Bronton, Cowichan lake district, "primed" m., .leaned mi  her
lower .leek \
lor the purpose of developing electric power on Chemainus river
The Glen Valley dyking district have appointed W. J.
Mathers ol Vancouver, and Jas.
Leal and John Cornock of Glen
Valley, commissioners for constructing a dyke, etc., in connection with the sthenic.
The Violin Lake 1'owt-r Company, Rossland, give notice that
they intend to apply lor approval ol their undertaking wilh
respect to the following water
records: 500 inches (rom Violin lake, March 7, 1903; 300 inches (rom Violin lake, June 23,
1903; and ioo inches Irom Lake
creek, June 23, 1903.
housi All tlu- lower .lecK vas
clean, and I was then cleaning
the ladies' cabin.
I grant it was unfortunate
that it occurred on the morning
PHP. had donned his new (all
suit for the lirsl time,
In conclusion, 1 slu mill like to
publicly thank the many regular passengers who have voluntarily expressed their disgust at
P. B. P's letter, kindly .idding
ttli.it in all the years they li.in
used the boat, they have never
seen her so well kept as now.
G. R. CIIILDS,
Mate, Starboard Watch, S.S.
N. Vancouver.
September 1st, 1909.
couver want crooked streets?
Will they permit a'lew individuals to have one street switched
down into and cut oil a part of
another street for thc advancement of personal interests?
Why should teams have to
toil up an additional block of
steep grade, only to go down
hill again on approaching the
reserve, and reach the same level as they would if entering thc
reserve irom 2nd street? What
is the object in opening a street
through the reset ve? Don't we
want to avoid as much hill-
climbing as possible? lt would
be well Ior our citizens to get
out their maps and study this
matter a little.
W. W. WESTON
North Vancouver, August 30.
FOREST  FIRES
The problem ol forest fires is
demanding the serious attention
of the forest lire association in
Washington stale. A recent
rtillctin issued by the association makes a plain statement ol
conditions. Since June, it is
estimated that fire has destroyed limber to the amount of $5,-
000,000 in thc state. Other
parts ol the northwest have suffered in equal degree, and an ap-
pi.il is made lor great caution
in the wooded districts. Every
thousand (eel of timber burned,
DIMM I loss of $H in wages to
lhe coiiiiiiunity. In the last Un
vi.us, four billion lect of tiin-
l..i bus Innil destroyed by yrc.
As lor llu- lower coa-jt ol liriiish Columbia, this season haa
thus lar proven one ol exct-p-
tt'.iul Ireedoin Irmn serious lores! Inns. The excellent system
nl ntnl now in vogue, has
doubtless beeo in large degree
responsible (or these excellent
results.
Water Notice
NOTICE is hereby given that
aa application will be made under Pari V. ol the "Water Act,
1909," to oblain a licence in the
New Westminster division ol
New Westminster district.
(a) The name, address aud
occupation oi tbe applicant.
Caulleild's Water Works Company, Limited.
(,11 lor mining purposes) Free
Miner's certificate No	
(b) The name ol the lake,
stream or source (il unnamed,
tbe description is,). Cypress
creek in Lot bbb, Group Une.
(c) The poinl ol diversion.
About ioo leet above the High
Falls on Cypress creek in Lot
bbo, Group Oue.
(d) The quantity oi waltr
applied for vin cubic leet per second}. One-quarter oi one cubic
foot per second.
(e) The character ol the proposed works. Intake at point
oi diversion and pipe line about
2000 ieet irom point oi diversion
to connect with existing water
system.
(f) The premises on which
the water is to be used (describe
same). District Lots 122,12 and
8n, Group One, New Westminster district.
(g) The purposes ior which
the water is to be used. Municipal purposes.
(hj li ior irrigation describe
tbe land intended to be irrigated, giving acreage	
(i) 11 the water is to be used
ior power or mining purposes,
describe the place where tne water is to be returned to some
natural channel, and the ditler-
enn- in altitude between point
oi diversion and point ol return.
Canyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
THE FINEST TOURIST RESORT ON THE
B. C. COAST
AUTOMOBILE STAGE meets even car at end ol Keith
Road Line, North Vancouver.
Rates I: 50 per dny and upwards.
LARSON,
Proprietor.
CANCELLOR,
HtMgai
CAPILANO
$33 Cash
ROAD
Balance in 6, 11 18 and 24 months, buys a lull quarter-acre on Ibis road over-looking
the river. The tramline question 11 to be belore the B. C. K. R. Directors in London
this month.
Buy now in (bis exclusive neighborhood.
JACK LOUTET
213 Lonsdale Ave Telephone L89
(J) Area of crown land intended to be occupied by the
proposed works.   None.
(k) This notice was posted
on the 17th day of August, 1909
and application will be maae to
the commissioner on tbe 20th
day of September, 1909.
(1) Give tbe names and addresses ol any riparian proprietors or licencces who or whose
lands are likely to be afiected
by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet.
Harry B. Howell, 1010 Georgia street, Vancouver; Maurice
Gintzburger, 1001 Georgia st.,
Vancouver; Wm. Bailey, Chesterfield avenue, North Vancouver
Oscar B. Allen, 440 Granville
street, Vancouver; William C.
Stearman, 2500 1st avenue west
Vancouver; F. W. Caulleild.Van-
couver club, Vancouver, B.C.
(in) The name oi the company in lull. Caulleild's Water
Works Company, Limited.
(n) The bead oflice. Rooms
80-87 Davis Chambers, 615 Hastings street west, Vancouver,B.
C.
(0) Tbe capital—bow divided
— showing amount paid up.
Twenty-five thousand dollars
($25,000) divided into twenty-
five thou.saud (25,000) shares ol
One dollar ($1) each, of which
$500 has been paid up.
(p) Copy oi such parts of tbe
Memorandum of Association as
authorize the proposed application and works:
"The objetti lor which the
company ia established are:
(1) To supply the townsite
ol Caulfeilds, being part ol District Lots 811 and 1240 North
Vancouver municipality aud the
neighborhood thereol, with water, and to carry on the business
oi a water works company, in
all its branches.
(3) To apply ior, stake and
to sell and dispose oi waler.
(3) To make, build, construct, lay down and maintain
reservoirs, water works, dams,
cisterns, culverts, filter beds,
main and other pipes and appliances and to execute and do all
other works and things accessary ar convenient for obtaining
storing, selling, delivering and
measuring water or otherwise
for the purpose of the company.
(4) To acquire water records
or In enii.\ and reservoirs, water works, main and other pipes
and other works already made
or constructed with the object
of supplying the said neighborhood with water.
(Signature)
CAULFEaD'S   WATER
WORKS CO., LTD.
Per Francis W. Caulfeild,
Managing Director.
(?.0. Address)
Vancouver, B. C.
Lynn Valley Acreage
We have several acre blocks, close to new
car extension. Kor future subdivisions those
oannot be equalled on north side of Inlet Prioes
from $47/i per acre and good terms.
ALEXANDER SMITH £> CO.
Lonidale Avenue, near Ferrv
Phones-Office 24 House 22
The Sixth Annual Cxhihltion
will be held in Horticultural Hull
on Friday and Saturday, IOth
and llthof &rbtt'mbtr,l90!9
$75000 GIVEN IN PRIZES
for   Fruits, Vegetables, Flowers, Stock, '.aniens, Domestic Science,  Ladies'  Work, Children's Work, etc.
Promenade Concert       Children's Sports       Public Dance
Full detailed l'nze List will be issued in a lew days
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NORTH VANCOUVER
(impl-ill * "i.'i.ti
r.'.|.rl'*lnra
STEAM
LAUNDRY
Everything new and up-to-date.     All classes of   laundry
work for hoteli, houses, individuals, etc.
First-class work i.y latest and best nxtbodi.     City and
district delivery.    Moderate charges
Have your Launbry Word done locally,
HUD Ollltl /IND WMKS:
nth Streei, last
WiOlS 10WN 0 lllll
S7 loasdale Ate
MMMMMMIMMMMM I MMMMI
A. J.   HOOD
•f 1 ■*.". '""■ * * •
EXPERT WATCHMAKEK
JIWBUU, '
WatctaM antl I'lucka
Repaired al modirati. pi
till • ■> 1.. .a.- '
EH
1:Imii«1   antl
*n< a.
For Fall Planting
Hull* Irom lbi beat Knror-aau anfl
Japan a-rowan.
Home |ro*n Iruil and ornamental
tr*-*, grown on tip-land loll without Ir*
n|»u 11. in Iha only pari ol Ihl Airier!*
can contininl not inlwUd witli Ihi Han
Jon * all
Garden, Hil.lan.l Hovtir Swde-tert*
-xl itock Irom tin b"t grower- In the
world.
Wire r'inrliii* and Gat.*.
Rprav Piirapa, Farlllinr., Bn Sup-
pita*, Cm Flowara, Spraying Mat.-r.all,
*«C.
WUt* Ubor only.
Va* Ul PH' Catalogue lm.
M I. HENRY
Qr«a-iaa4aon*»ii and Sfedli.iu.-ea
Mtfl Wmtminiter Kn*,|, V»i,a ..imr.lt 0
Branch Non-rrv i South Vaocouvw
All new houses should be piped Ior gas in urder to save the
heavy expenditure ior this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT ft
POWER CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
North Vancoaver
Transfer mtmffm
Cartage, Removal*,
Parcel Delivery,
Storage
ON     R*»»'*nni ■    t aa.ua
mis  .mini H.IK. mi iur
Telephone 70.       Ni|ht Calls ij. THI EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
N"i.ni Vancouver, ii  C
lUlas Ol BDMCIHTtOI I
One yenr |1.00
Six monthi .50
Tl.r.*,- monthi    •       • -i;'
i'iiiie.1 Statu snd Kor*lgn,|I.JOp*ry*ai
ADVKRTIS1NU  I.W'I-
TaUSaisNi  lliar-ui   ADviiTiaimiti***—
.vi.*.*in- |k i ncli each inaertion,
Lonai Now ia, En.  ll.Ul) par Inch pw
■oath,
l.t\|. im. Iim." u NoNCN   ;iu day*, |.S
M) dayi, I7.W,
Lkhai ADTiariaiMo -Kiral Insertion, m
etnti I***, .ii..-, ueh viiii..*.|ii,*i,i liner*
Uou, ■''' |" r liii'1
ll,   Il.i**',      \    *       *   I IN       I   ".    .1       Kill    l'aa|-
i m- I" "iii- |*erlioe,earli luiertlon
i va. *     *        -i'ini*   Rates nr-
ran*;"; I   ipae* i.ik.-n.
1 *        I'l.la I ..*l\*'lllM*lll.*llt,
111H.1 ia.. in il,.' Iiandi ol the prtncer bj
!!.«)n**-i.r. * i, i .*,:■_-1... -11 -1 i r. ■ ] ■ 11 -.. t. ition
ill Ila.  Mill   -
N.lkl al     \   a * .     .   M I I     j,   l.J.l.j
l-'l-.Kia EXPANSION
li l*. imu approximately live
mouth■ sine* tbe local lerrj tys*
tt.ui i.inu uiiiitr iln control ol
iin tii) a,i ,\,,nn Vancouver.
This pin...! ii,.*, .iiiui.u.l ample
.llllllll     lol     till*    pill.Ill     li)
.mjusi ii.Mii I.. iiu iii\\ ordi i ..i
allairs .nul to torui a reliable
conduaion as lo uu  ellects   ul
lilt Ill'll   IXptllllllllt.
The contrast between Uie jt-
uiiiiii oi iin traveling public tu-
n.iiil the lyaleiii undei Uv
oiiln and under ilu nm uliuh
i?, undeniably tin* best criterion
I.} uiiiiii u. judge convinces
Uu observe! ibat ibose ellects
.iu ui,iiHiuli salislactorj. rbe
kuii disaalislailion uliuh wai
everywhere in evidence under
luiimi conditions hai jived
placi iu ,i spirit ui luiiipi.uiiii)
llllllll   Is    11 a. , ■ III 1111 \      .j|,.   .
citizens in the agnli   ilu* pur*
it lerrj « is lit* n.si
mow llial -mji tli Vauuiuvei ins
luadi yel."
ilu* i.n\ mi\in ,o , i pn-M-nt
..ltd is mt,.mil iii^i.l)
ut.lii, i bit. .onl is ..I ■ :i,iu.i, i*
jusiin ilu opinion uliuh is it)
generally held at ilu present
iiuif, ii.nml), that tiun ..ii i,o
peoph "ii ilu continent, .,i.ml-
.iiu.iiiil,  who ,m
served in ilu mallei ul lerrj lu
lllllltS,   III.Ill     ,lll      llll     HMalUll,
on iiii north sboii ,.i iiun..i.i
Juki.
'llu bonrd oi directors hu
uou been in charge ui tht ferry
M.siiiii uu um months, .iiui
uh;.. iimi general administration hai bttu inch as io i.ui
wine ilu* ratepayers ol iheii ii
luiiiii) , llii)  ,,u liken 1st* gil llij;
convincing evidence ul Uu i.ui
lhat iimi attention  is  u)   no
id    li)    illllllll
..:..* ..II . .  .lli    lii.il
with ia.iiiiiiiiiilal.il Ion-tight
ui.. ,,i. ..ii....I) extending iheii
pUllllll    lo   lllilll'li     llu     Hi..llu
oi making provision (oi
improvementa uliuh mil bt n
quired in iiu inal iiunii, in oi
U.l   I'   ..up I'.ui  uilh di \, lop
ninii .iiu iu,.li\
Mllil     III ,. II,lll'all       llllllll      ll
bound io ..n . om oi ilu rapid
i.ui)  llu I lim  uhiiii .
Illg   l \|'. Il'lla.'l   III   .,11   kll,
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'III.   I. poll   ol   III.   .1. ligation
il   lo    ^.Itl   1-lalHIMu
.iiul "ilm points, lo inspecl in
■ in .in.l in.ili...is, hai laml
oi greal .. iituutt in enabling
ilu board ul din. loi lo act m-
LelligenUy in outlining ,. plan
ol mum development, uliuh
uill l. * i .i atisfaii..n ami
pi i in.on ui character, By avail
ing themselves ot tli. i ipi rienci
t.i ili.. . oilm companies a-hich
li, a ia, 11. .1 ., ..ninl.ii road be
l li.   1 rd mil l.i  ui,ibli'd
i-i .im.ul ii,.iiu nn,t..la    .onl lo
proceed confidenll) upon a i" I
in.oi. n lead of i
nig   ,i     .in      ol   ' .\|.ii-,nifiils,
which inijjht requin i gnat deal
nl revision later, thus proving
Imlil MXailioiis and instil', lt
is nu small advantage width
North Vancouver thus enjoys,
m that .slie will be enabled to
inaugurate at any time, thuse
development! with reference tu
improvement!   to   ibe   ierry
plain, iiiellioil.s ul handling large
crowd! .juukly and safely,   uud
likewin as to   admiaiitraUvt
lilelhoils, iihuh an lhe latest
ainl most approved   product   ul
older and muiii larger s)stems.
The plana ol the board at present uuilei ioiisiilii,iliuli,consl.s'.
hist, ul llie construction tins
Winter, in older lu be in readiness loi ilu spi iiig Uait.i, oI a
nm uii) sle,iiiur, built on ihe
■ami general plan as lhe bi.
l.eoige, and ul al least as lalgt
dimension!, but uuh man) de-
suable Improvement! as io appointment! im the convenience
aiul lhe tulliluit ul passengers.
It is alsu proposed llial the neu
steamer be an oil bonier, Uiui
doing auay with Uu stuoiu uui-
saiue  aiul   gleatl)   asjlsf.Ug    Ul
keeping lhe bual spick and span.
lt is likewin   proponed   io
uuliii ilu uny landing at each
lerminui iu at least eigluy (eat,
plating lhe piles upon tilium
plels.        Upon    UHM   tpitious
uhaiiis U is tullleuipbt'ed    tu
tract attractivi and uill appointed waiting ruuius, to placed .unl so arranged as io Lrnli-
latc in every possible nay, lhc
sale alhi i NpiilllloUs llailllilllg ul
nuu.Is ui ibe largest uunibem
l'ulluuing uui the principle
uliuh uas accepted ulun  ihe
'illau lu puiiha.se llie lui) uas
belore iln ratepayers, namely,
ihai tin uti) uas lu bo operated solely lot tllc proiuuiii-u ol
the interest! ul the residents  ul
.Nurth Vancouver,   irrespective
ui Un fact u lm inr the balance
slu 11 ilui oi did llul ihow a surplus .a Uie iini ul lhe year, lhe
director!   an   endeavoring   io
make let loiter, lhe rale lul
luulllhl)   passuigei    tickets,   as
lull as iliai iur vehicular ir.ii-
in, ihus offering added Inducement lu l.ilnillcs lo i..nu aiu.*s
llie Illlel lo reside, alld alsu liiitl ing ihe vehicular traffic  lo
llu last possible degree il llll-
allli    lestliiUous.       The   illslmt
council has noi under consideration a rtqneat liom the board
ihal ilui grain an annual bonus
lo ihe ierri, m order to render
these hWO last lialiinl alterations financially possible.
Tin nisi oi tin- Improvement!
which ihe board lias in contemplation, uill  be  imi  less lhan
M.a",",Ki. No ileiisloii lias been
Ii.n iiul as lo u Iial COUTH uolllil
be preferable in financing   tins
piojn l.     llu* COUTM  mighl    be
punned oi asking iln ratepayer!
prove a loan bylaw to i-n-
.ti.lt tin iiii it. piiiihasi*   ferry
bans to tin- required amount,
DON'T
FORGET
W» ailwuvcarrjr in at»rk
SWIFT'S PREMIUM
HAMS and BACON
also
PREMIUM COOKED
HAMS
lad tint onr |.ri.'*» rannot he
beaten.
(K, HICKMAN
GROCER
l/iiicdali- t\v aiul Bth st
ELDER MURRAY   CO.
Subdivision of Blocks 2 and 3,
D. L. 613
Keith Road
$ Steel llridge
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Price-I to 8, $450 each
-9 to 16,   400   "
TERMS- '4 cash, balance 6, 12 and iK months.
We can strongly  recommend  Ihis as a good  and sale
investment
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THE    LONSDALE    PHARMAC, |
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES j-
AT   VANCOUVER   PRICES ... .
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US A   TRIAL   ON   YOUR
NEXT ORDER. PHONE 29
I'. S.  THOMAS, Phm. E.
DRUGGIST
^4^*,j.»«.)*>«)»»t^^X*-t*t»^^sA**A<^<^****A***'1,
or on the other hand, the ferry
company might inn«i tW**t«rei
npon their own assets, asking
the uly to guarantee llu same
Whatever may be the ultimate
dei ision, it is sale to say that
thc ratepayers will be found 111 a
favorable lialile of mind toward
any scheme which may be sub-
milled lor improving the Ierry
s\ stem to the highest poinl ol
iliultncy, and that to the limit
ol their ability, they will sanction well devised plans lur that
purpose.
The hour for beginning the
Sabbath evening serviie ,it St.
John's iliiinli, has lietiii changed
lioin 7.31. to 7 o'clock. This
arrangement win obtain until
farther notice.
l-'or clean, new milk, sli.ught
from the tow, apply C. 1''* Jstt»
si.n, 151I1 street, l'lione IV
11.
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Uaitnfnrtitrir
of
all km I- ol Minion and Antique Feral*
tnre, Store, (Iflltv. Bank anil liar Fixture*,   llt-pairing in all ila lirauehea.
171 Third Bi.«,, llll.t'tn.-.T-f!rt mrt tan-dill
Oppolllt School
MAIL ORIiEKS given prompt altontion
Home  Made
BREAD
Cakes, Paltry, l'..iifei'ti"in-ry
Iiest Muteriali
Hiitrhings and lain
iK Lonsdale   Avenue
New Clothing
Tor fall
lias Just Arrived
Buy early while there is a
large range to choose from.
Every suit Is a bargain
CUMMINGS
Gent's Clothing,        Furnishings,        Men's,   Ladies', and
Children'* Boots and Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
Tht   Shtrwin-Williamt   Paintt    Cottr   tht    Earth
We earn* in aloek a (ull line ol Rill.-H, Gum ami Ammunition at
the loweit market prieii.
Com* in and aoe the neu t'ana.lian Kni. Kiii...
Paine  (& McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
Tht    Shtrwin-Williamt   Paintt    Cottr   tht    Earth
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SPECIALS FOR LABOR DAY
The kdlowtaf )n«l re.eive'l (mm llie .-a-a      Noll.inn tmtt nr eheaper
in Vitnc.iui.r.
A clii.iri line ■.( New Need Baching from l(le,
lielu.  I.ate.t Sljlei, In.m 'Ok lo |l.'*i.
l-'nner I'nllan from 2,V.
I' rurali* lluir Ril.tx.n, all ei.lore, (or .''■.'.
Our new alack ol jewelry ban nrrivisl, Iteauliful ilt-.igni
verjr eheap.
It in nol going to rain, but aee nur fl.iii uml.rillii.
Youeannot maleli theni.
DRESSMAKING X- THE l'KKMISES.
• CU i II/9C   PIONEER DRY GOODS,
• ^II/VYY   ^   Gent'Furnishing and Fancy
;
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Store.  Cor. 2nd & Lonsdale
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t—-tet
HERE'S REST
Direct From the East a Large
Shipment of Iron Bedsteads
T....im.' tl.e word I..-.I mean. unit, a 1.1 are lo .1 tf ami ro.l
."..it with iln- i>l'.'il lia.intewili. 11.-. aii ii I ■ I'T a gr.-at .l.-al that a
I'.'.i'le. I„r An",' tl.e l»'.l imKI l>''l|> I" make llie Mai look
uliawnl .unl allri'iiielj' liiriii-lii*.l
Nell ..I Import*"** ll a Hue wl.. r., .ati.lai li..n em he I..1111.I
llaiinuiin eatra larir* ilnpnimt "I bed* JUM Irom tli* (m'l.ri.
ttlii. I. 111. lml.'► any lije onleiign imhtt I M lime .l.i.ul.l he l,*«l
in fi'ininu to ni'l-eii lliem. A l.'tler. I."ir.< ennnnt U ha.l an*,
where, n..r lower prii'M
$4 00 TO $30.00
m M\\\ VL
54 and V* Lonadwl*
Special
Buys
Two Lota elme to watorlront. All
rlearnl an<l rime lo S.T..n.l talOU.
('.'Ml earl.,    f UM rub, l-alane* «. I'.', 18.
fiO-loot Lot, .leare.l ami cloie t.. lonidale inr PO I'., eaali, l.alai.i-e fill
|**r m.mlli, M inlireil
Capilano Arreimt, inirreaat |T8.00
per ui-re, rli.M In new hotel. Terma
'*, rmli, MMM I and It,
C. E. LAWSON
Real Kklite Speiialist 15 L'insihir Avn.
Phone 70 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER. B. C.
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roWN  PLANNING
PABT    PBESENT
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From ilie introduction to this iii the world, Berlin, Vienn
Work, which is ilsell a valuable  Munich and London aie eaih 00
essay ol >| na-na, tbe following _*** 'l,1 «>"»ld«raWe Lenrtli. Por
mmS     ,«" r-a   i * *_■„, ^ „j p^ter ilistmitiuss
observations „e I'o.uli'iisfil: tlu. obstrval.o.is nii.v   ba   sun,
City ropul.u.ons.      In thi lllanml umk,.    [ew-ht.aa,s.
I lillt'd Stales al Ibe tlose of the |    ,, , , ,    ,,    ,,,
•  •, ,, ,,1   \\bv   rtii uiiiunir ol old tint-
mil war three percent  ol   tlu- ,     I    _        b „■*..
. ,„i ., ,  i,    11,   ui      v  ,  "as lietoint necessary.      Wiih
im million lived in ellies.   Now , ,    V
I,,! percent oi the rwpuktion f0**  °Lp?PttUti*  "lm'ls
live in lhe tour ciUea oi   Neu »ve t*ov»d   00 "*™_   •*
York,   Chicago,   Brooklyn   alHl ul aoss sli.tls tonges ed    ,,,
Philadelphia; nearly a third ol * bMJ»ec0(me <w»tanUy block
the population is lound ... citiea *-    thfFdo™:,as, a "** J*
(    .  ,  u        i.iii.    ,        „ i Jirown, the need oi wide   thor-
ol   over   Hooo   lliliabilanls;   alld b    .    '
.,        , ,        ,,        , , uiij-hliires l.n main   irallic   lu.s
the relative   preponderance  ol , b ;___    . ,.. , ,,
the lilies Is steadily nu leasing.
In Europe the proportion! art
still more striking. In Stot-
land about thit't-loiirtlis ol llie
population are townspeople. In
England and   Wales   the   urban
population is leventy aevea per-
eeul ot the iihole, whereas some
lilly years ago ii just exceeded
lilly percent,    in Prance  ilu-
town population  is abottt  mu
third, iu Germany   two-fifthi,
and in ull these countries as
well as in every other European
slate ilu- population in towns is
int raising much more rapidly
than in CUTal districts. These
simple fatts, which art t-xlireliie
become increasingly lelt
Wood paving alone, through
lnsulhcltut demising ol the dust
impregnated with impurities, is
taiising new diseases ol tyt and
throat.
Owing lo loo great narrowness ol stieels, or loo great relative height ol buildings, want
oi lighl and air have both been
experienced.
Tool' ust has been made ol existing open spates, utilization
having been poorly plaiiutd,witli
neglect ol, or uitllettive arrangement lor, tonvemence and
ornament,   lt is Indicated that
Llit  abseiite ol adequate  publit
Liquor Lin use Applicathiii
TAKK NOTICE, that SOdayealterdate
' 1 iial.nl to iipi'ly to th* Board ol
l.n-enett Cullimiiiiii.iieri for tli* I'ity ol
Norlh Vancouver, lor a .hop or bottle
lieeiiM, under the protisioni of th*
'Muniiipal t'lamei Act", IM, li.r'the
purpoie a,I M'lling li.|ii..r under the pro*
rialoul "f Siili-se.linii '.) of Section 175 of
aai.l Ael, in a two alory block, lo lie
•reeled oa IM 46, lU'-ck IU, **ul.*divi*
.iiaii ul Di.lriil I...I 271, in llie City o(
Nurtli Vuncuuver, which laid lot ia situ*
•ileal on llie Nurtli tad* "I Firat air i'ft
Kmi.if L.'iiidale Avenue.
Dated this   M day ol   September,
A. D., 18011,
WII.I.UM J. TUI.K
'.'•7
elite oil the design of some pub-        I<()CAI< Np;ws m,;MS
it building, or he lias to buy, ' 	
build or selttt and ottupy   Ills '   „   ..       ., .   ,   ., .
personal dwelling house.  It |i|-1   _\ S   ^J" HJ"I • «■
mii,*  less  whether   the  know- |rtsldl'"u' uU bUl ** tlist'
ledge of other arts be general or     Mrs. R, J. Fowler has award-
tiot; llien may live without buy- ed the Contract lor building two
ing pittures or statues, but   in houses on hth street east.
With the issue ol   last   week
architecture all must in some
way commit themielvw."     3.
It has been lound on the Kurop-
iian continent that when eon-
Genera! Contractor
CI.KAISING, l.RAIllNli,   KXCAVAT*
ING, Kt..
UaMmwest. • NonhVancouver
ly  significant,   show   that  thetf" ^ *_****»_*_ ,,
modern trend ol lile is distinct- Jk|"tt UU, ^U'P"^ Wth
ly unban. It is an established '.»"? luorals', »^W™£ ■*>
latt, and out llial all past his- hltkuUb ^chileclurc l.ll.aimou*
lory ot the nimian rait loidinns !,0U'S culurs- al,d 8loom> alld
that llien preier city lite lo
country lilt. The Inquiry naturally arises,  "Why  have  men
preferred city to country lile?"
The author, Indicating noma
environment   arc
imong   the   evils,
aie
eflecti
monotonous
enumerated
whose  cumulative
prejudicial.
Magnificent buildingi, in some
institutes ol greal  beauty   nnd
Profeiior Wills: nilci national repute, have   I ten
"Wiifii iioinadit GrttUs, pro- 'badly situated or have been
feeding on the line nl organic l'diuncd >'■ •>> objccUonant Ot
11.1tion.il evolution, massed 1,1111- not *lua*'-* surroundings, wilh
lUea into elan or phratru-s, »-"■"« .ipp'oathts, till com-
tlans Into Ui'.'ts, and tribes 111- B»ading lealures ot lusloiit into stales, the result ol this l.i.al &***   and   lnesliinaule   value
aggrega.iiou was the Eamoui ,■*»*• !*•■» *irt*wy *»StttA mat
two stall's ol antiquity   Bgitta, v'ew*
Cm nub, SparU, Athens." '•   ll ^s !>«" WJ ll'it cities la-
The lirst reason for city   prt- 1,0""br  umk'r  *•"  a"d olhcr
l.-reiiee is thus that it is, as evi- disadvaiilages   iall   to   attract
dented bv lustoiv,   the   nalural «-OJ, who, undei less repellent
tendency in the comae ol pro- conditions, by icttlisg within
great " Aristotle, with Creed th«»>. wuukl ■1,M lu *« W»"
spenallv in his view, delined  a -tin*.    New tines by obsert-
tity as ",, plate where nun live »»g ■*•" ««on oi llit-u pretlt-
,1 loiiiniou lite lm ,, noble end," «■**•*■ l11'1) tsl-M'>' disadvantage
and in these tiiiiiiuunities it and trouble, the pressure ol
m.is, on lhe ruggtd toasts ot "huh 11 ould ultiinattly lieiessi-
llt-llas, tlv.il art, SoqUence.poet* •»*•     grievous     retonslruttion
ry and pbilosi.piii  reached  an outlay.
einini'lite that ill some lespeils *h»t rt'iilalining ot titlts has
has iieviir vet 'beeli surpassed. >"lllwl «1' '• Obtaining tlic
Thc inlliieiiie ol Imperial Rome &"* retonsinuiion and exlin-
is rekrred to, and we an re- s">" P****** 2* Ample poviaWB
ntinded that in aadent and mtd- fl,r fuluri' trilllR-   3-   Slm'ls
i.i.val dais tilits \iere 111 everv ""* -ls sllil11 sul'St-ivt lhe great-
Miise ot the word harbors oj ■* P*»bU« convenience in ltspttt
refuge. Ontc within their ol 'liretttoii, width, air ami
strictly guardtd walls the trav- *_&< 4- Syiiunetry, spaeious-
eller found himst-ll 111 comfort m'ss> u,(lcr alld convenience. 5.
and comparatively sate from Continuity of idea and tllett 111
danger. connecting aiid treating   public
Whv men now preier the citv «ntrcs. 6. Availing of full
to the codntry. We mav add v-lhlc ul Mslas a,ul ,,xlal lllu's'
that in our time, inac'liiiierv 7* Esthetic restrictions on
having eeiiiiali/ed iiiaiitil.itlur- buildings of certain thorough-
nig, and railroads having und- fsmo, With sure knowledge ol
t-d to  make  lavoialdt   sitiuttd llllal ulkl't.    's-     l'roltttion   ol
(owns centra oi mpprj and dis- Pu1)1k «"rks ''ni1 taipron«wBti
iribuii.m, labor Inuls mon read aml ,luir environs, and preserv-
J employ innil la cities lhan in '"E vuw' StftfloXStiKO, light, air
tin- country; tradi is more ex- .md ustlulness.
1 ensue; nioiiey more easily Method of carrying oul rttoii-
made; skill, leaning and ability jntruction. 1. Complete col-
oi every kind are more generally Inction cd all mani and plans
sa .ngiu bn, and ibe rc.-uisiies, |fr°» burning tl dty, i, Com-
tolllforl*. allil toliiiliiiiiies 01 I't'tlU'iu lor Insl plans ol rt-cou-
hle ale mole easilv olilaiiiable slnutl'in, eiilafgetneiil aiid ex-
lli   ellies    than   tlselilnie    smh  Unsloll.      X,   A toliiuiissiou   ul
im 'instance, as good drinking tending artiita, acnlptori,*paiat
waler, sen age,   al'liliu.il   light, "s-    MtUtitU   and    iiigtiu'ers,
varied ii.ixl, good thoroughfare! wh" u'ni1 ,lu'ir al,vlu' _* -
and easy tuiniiiiiiiit.iui.il ,in(| hmioi ..I the iiiy. 4. Adopln.11
tralaport, tt well a» education-N om: official pltt ol whole
al tad lilt-ran facilities. 'ily,   with   contemplated   ini-
As the greater part ol tivili/.- piovtuiciils, smh as laving out
id populations thus centre in, or important streets and public
tend towards, iln* niies ,.1 ..ur fsjmt, arranging lor Important
day, the planning of dtin ai- ""rks "' a" al"' '"'  ,,ulll,,"K
bits must civilized   men,    and 'conditions,
is coiiseipieiitlv (ivlii'lliei so per-j   Hasis ul  publii   CO-operntiOfl
eeivi'il ur not 1 ol iinpoilaiue lu  '•     Artktk Healiniiil has ,1 lithe majority ol all peoplei whomai—si v-'1"1',,f ils "w".as ll"tl1
lontriliulc lo lb.  world'l   pro-pty  and property  uwners  are
grata,    Wi ate thu prepared |ti«clnaltig to md    Thou who
Ior the comliision that, "While ki'"" WW I'-iris, because the
tin nty of antiquity was the toeet eity ol  thi  world,  is
nest of civili/alion, the citv ol thronged by foreign visiturs.and
uur time is ils highest   expns   hOU  ndi .1 harvest    the   other
The Kxpress begau the ninth
volume, lhe paper having been
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^.publishud at North Vancouver
templalcd city improvements Icwiinooualy, since August 25,
have pleasing appearance, 111 ad-110,05.
dition to attaining some prat-    ,,    .
lital   end,   Ihey   have   secured I   bu'ula)'> ^pte.'.btr »6th will;
cheerful public approval. b,e <*,ttwd as _* °,aaslon  ol
Finally, this totka of the in-,1,^, llaryi'sl, K'bUva1' ,at bl- >
troduction to Mr. Trigg's work,™ s «■"* bl)alal t**** j
may be closed by the lollowing laUulls arc btlI,6 l"adi: lur "'
quotation, indicating his experience ol what attracts population to a city;
"Everybody desires to live in
a clean and beautilul town, and
if the authorities tan provide
such surroundings, they not only bent-lit the inhabitants, but
also attract new residents from
other plates. The rateable value is quickly  intreased  as   tin
event.
ttt mm mio. society ono
lOiWi Hi.
. Notice to I \hibilois
Good
News
The Directors ol thc Society
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ have decided that every ilass
town extends, and at the same *lla" bl open to all turners, and
time the rates are kept at a Ulial lhe words "lunlmed to nty
lower level. Visitors lo lhe -i"*1 district" 111 l'n-t List be
town covet the privilege ol be- struck out, with the exception
ing residents, and the uiuniti-ol Classes 68 and 12b, which art
pality soon gels a good name-, coiiliiied by the donors of the
Trade is attracted by the in- prues.
crease ol population and by Uu
more aiutnalble conditions of lite
In a word, lhe more agreeable a
town is made, the greater is the
probability ol ils ln-toiiiing possessed ol every means oi salis-
iying the moral, intellectual,and
physical demands oi its iniul.1
taills      11 bust     artistic     needs yj ^ fa mu,lid    ,   ,,,„    J,
should bt- more insisted upon, ^ dly  „,   Nunli   v„U()HV,r|
*"" on Weneeday, September nth,
Notice
Dislrn! of .\11ril1 Vaucouvor
The adiolirni'd lax sale lull he
sion, and what Urachal tin- dtj
lum Ins tivili/, ition itsell."
Some seventeen pages of introduction are devoted to I review
licailtiflll lilies ol K.llupc .tap
from travelers, will at once feel
ll.e lurcc uf this observation. 2.
Musl nun Ii.ni .1 Having lor, or
ol   European   citlll,   where re- at least a pleasure in, althiUc-
,J'      '   ,,,l   lUcnsivc   reCOll   li.i.tl flltcl. .,.1.1, ,,s kl.sk.1.   has
,      ,1     ,..,,'io„„*„„essarvs.ii<l.  "Kvery ....... Ims -.< so'...-
S" ll. Ii generaUy adl time in .hi. fill penonal intareat
BOWledged to -be the finest city |m architecture.
particularly when linaiicial ques
tions are likely to exercise an
undue iiillm litf.
The clforts of tnunitipaliiits
should not bc conlincd to matters of hygiene only, but should
lie dircctied towards providing
every thing possible to relieve
the dull monotony ol the town
by preserving spots ol beauty;
by providing not only widei
streets, but better open squares
aiid plates, with more .stulpturt
and fountains and more tree or
shrub planting.
Hitherto there seems to li.iu-
been a settled pessimism on the
part of the authorities upon the
subject ol the general aspect ot
our towns, This is, no doubt,
partly due to the fact thai
councillors, elected only for a
very short period, too olli-n refrain Irom initialing works ol
improvement, knowing lhat in
all probability llieir sintessors
in o(hic will level se their designs, ll is also parti] dllc lo
tin- lact thnt questions ol finance enter to., largely inlo the
consideration of iitv impiou*
ments. In these mailers Wl
are too apt lo adopt the "puim
wise and pound foolish" p"h.\
lhe reason usuallv given I..r lh.
small   and   mean   spirit   with
which our public Improvement!
are tarried nut being that it is
necessary tu wail lor limes ol
prosperity (which rurelv COON
betiire changes eU he made, alld
lilun several altciiiallit siliciu
es are bruiiglil loin aid lor 1 mi
sideratioii, it does not olteli
happen that any bill the cheap
est coum is adopted,
lt  hv  110  nivalis lotlOWl  lllal
till- theapesl sillilne is the besl,
but, on ihr contrary, it often
happens lhat lhe mIhihc which
pavs besl in the long inn is tll.it
which is lar-siglited alld Cornell
ed upon the hroadesl ,unl umsl
comprehensive lines Tills Is
well evideiiied by the glial
si bellies fur the improvement ol
Paris during the last lew general lulls Almost all suih schelll-
N aie reiiiii..erative, both i.i the
commercial   sense  ami,   tnach
in..te sn, in iheir general adval
at four o'clock nm
AI.KX. 1*1111.11*
Collector
Preserving Fruit*
PEACHES.  PLUMS,
CRABAPPLES, BTC,
For  sale   by the   case.
11. sl   Flints   at   Lowe**!    I'ii'
Also   full   sl... k   ol   lush
GROCERIES and
DAIRY  PRODI 1 I*
No excuse now for not
BUYING  THAT   PIANO
Contracting lor several hundred
Iii1nos.lt375.ooto ^450 00 grades
at a big cut frnin Manufacturers'
\\ lml. sale Prices, enables us to
slu]. in
CARLOAD LOTS      I
and hv  llit-   "in iv   harness sys*   I
t* in.   savinR to us many dollars
in freights alone,  wc are now
selling
Popular   Dependable   Pianos
S275    t*)°    *3°°   tiiS
$6.00 to(10.00 per month
Wlnn um dial withm you get the
h.st iiiiii Tm LaMHI PianoCoh-
1 ms 11 WtfTtll Canaoa, backed
I.V   P VI IK   I'BH  Hi Al   IXItKllHl 1
and an abundance of capital, can
give.
Ilmr Cut 15c
Slnive 10c
K. MILLER,
B      i'i"i'.
iH Lonsdale Ave.
N.V. Fish Market
^S
All Itiml.nf Kre.li Kind ili'liverw! daily
Smoked Fi-li a «iK*elaltv.
1'i.iiltry. Y'.ppr apil VajMaWI
Our aim i. t.i |.lca-e our cuatumera aa
to ir.v.i.1. ami prieea.
Cor. Lonsdale Ave. & 8th itreet
Phone 84
Pioneer
Bakery __
S. H. Walker,  -   Proprietor
Freih Iln ...1 dulv delivered
In all parts of the . ity
16 loavei for 11
4 for 25 Mala,
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
HIGH GRADE CAKE
PASTRY, KTC.
PIONEER BAKERY
phoni 8       71 Lonsdale Ave
THE WELCOME PARLOR Montelius Piano House, Ltd
4. Mm*, ft*. ■!■■**■ *****
65 Lonsdale Avenue. i   VaiKoy>er,      •       •       **,
HERE
S-ii  fiitfipiis.* on  Lonsdale Avenur,
llelwi-en llli and '.ll. "treei.,
Nn
443
The North Vancouvor Piano Co. &
st IKKM 01 MUSIC
Will mii peaeaj lattniMel tuladiad awh jwt imm in pi*;
ll.ein    U*,r t'.ur I'laii,. tuiiinu i.r.l. *ra al Il.i. |.a.i.. .
I'al1 and «.*>• m    KltJ 1. nn- i'i'. ml.*.! to v..11,
Ai.l. 1.IM1I1- AM' WnilK i.l lit INTKKH
B^K
Look lor the above trademark,
the sign of quality, on your
cereal loodi.
We manufacture lb* beat
Rolled Oats
on tbe market today.
I.-ave imir orden with us lor
HAV, GRAM
ANIi   CHOP
I'mnipt IVIivriv
Satislaction Guaranteed
im Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
I imitrd.
I.niiadale  Avfoui,
at Ferry Landing
|hs ( lM|iinan,   local manager.
He has inQu-ltagc to the city."
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
♦ A Difficult Proposition
(To be done on an ordinary City Mapl
,..,,.e mm point of ■ BompHi 11 lhc tool ol Umdik muse ind, with a
,      '   . t,.,     .trril'i   a    arc, ratting D L BM ll ll I Uw«mAJU „f nur
IS v!, iiut- <l:t< S 1< Wock 2H-»i„l hivin, its , it. .,r„„na.,ng at the
*l{Urirul nn-tinil to liml dtl.il.  tins n«di» a bill MN block with ^il, scenic
,      '     , .    Ualiutlioa«inD.L.6W,for|828wen,
"^l^^Siull I'"I • it0m,9mmmt,
pusv terms.
Martinson & Co.
Heal   Bntate   ond
Insurance Brokers THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, R. C.
VOTERS'  LIST
Rditor Rxpreee:
Sir,—I was verv pleated to
read vour liliieh editorial lu
relerence lo lhe pro vim ll 1 vol-
ers' list, and lhe iieii.**nv   (ur
imu resident ol Nnrth \ancouver   bavin-;   Ins   name   placed
I lll'l I'l III.
I might aiiiplih nun iniiaik,
bv reminding thorn lurihcr tha'.
in case llien Haines are on iiie
Wiin..uver list, tlui mil probably bt objected  to on Uu
ground that tluy are not residents of Vancouver, and ia that
case will loet their votes in the
event "t an election befon Belt
May.
I sliould be pleased at any
time lo lake applications eitlm
at my ollice at h*i I.uiisilali* eve,
or at 275 First street east.
Should this be inconvenient,
on the receipt oi a postal I
should be pleased to arrange lor
a commissioner to call at an\
address ,a any suitable lime.
Yours trulv,
PERCY KING
Secretary Richiin-fld Central
Conservative Association.
North Vancouver, Sep. 5, iyoy
VETERINARY   INSPECTION
The np..rt ul Uu- veterinary
director   general,    one   of   the
tbr.nu Ins oi ilu- department of
agriculture, which has recently
been    issued,  gins a good  idea
ol the lilies along whiih operations are conducted, as well   as
the ,11 lual work done.
Tllc sl.ilisliis ol  Import and
export lupectione show tlui la
i.e; i'i: horses,   118,043 cattle
,111s ,il llu Billey meet lliis year
and by meant of which thn car
ried oll tlu- major portion ol the
honors, is now in stock at the
stoic ..I Panic iV McMillan.
X.it ..nly is this llie only rille
manufactured in Canada, bill it
is the only absolutely "sti.nglii
null" rille on the market, and
it is iiinsidered hv many experts
to be superior lo all oilier
makes.
ADDITIONAL SCHOOL ROOM
The board ol ichool trustees
has decided to make lhe neccs-
lary alu rations ill lhc building
standing 011 ilic lut retenili acquired, immediately west ui the
Cheaterfield avenue school,   in
oialii    lo   utlli/.e   ll as a ilass
room. The city council grant-
id J400 uii Monday evening lor
these alleialiolis, lor the rc-
I'liiicd ttii'iiishiiigs and lur the
salary ul an additional teacher.
LAWN TENNIS
The championship ol the Vaniouver leiiiiis cluh uas null on
Tuesday afternoon ol this neck,
by lv .1. 11. Cardinall, oi North
Vancouver, who defeated B. N.
Ciltli.it in three consecUlive sets.
The match was a good une, and
was only nun allei a lung and
slreiuiuils lighl. The pl,i\ itas
declared to be really Inst 1 lass,
and the club is to bc congratulated 011 having two such excel*
ent players, -llr. Cardinal held
lhe championship ol Sussex   111
1905*
GOOD SUGGESTION
The large number ol visitors
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ who have come to North V.in-
aiul 180,263 sheep, and 111 I9081 Icouver -Jus season, has einpha-
,s;.s Imrses. 149,447 cattle, and M/,.(- tiu. necessity oi rendering
lib,:..; simp neu nispeiled lm ^. Na.liu: Nature's ui the norlli
export, most of the tank going s|1(iri. m„ri. ^j .mcssiblc.
lo Great Britain and most ol .vinoiigst oilier ilcins, lhe huild-
the sheep to ihe United Stales, fa- ul „, „,y lnul Up Grouse
(II  pine  hied  annuals  liispecled   ,..oml*ai*,  lus  been lalgeh   .lis-
Ior import ia 1908, then werefj^^j (ll iaU.,    11 hi aaeerted
1,703 h.uses,  oi\ cattle  1,1*75 that there are leaaible route! bj
sheep and 183 stum.    Ill hoists wlmll , Ull| ullli(| \A. \„_\   ,,„
■keep and siune, the large 111,1-   ,„ l>lM ^,..,1,.  ,„„[ __ _ point
jority were Inun Greal Britain,
ul lact, 11 would not be a llial*
llritisli CKdisilales head lhc list ||_ J ,,ri.,a (|inuullv of expense
tu tuiistruct a gnml   carnage
lrivc practically 10 the mount
.nn top. Smli feature! as ilns
uaiuiil greatly enhance the at-
tl.iiUieness ul Norlh Vancouver lur tourists antl other tisii-
ors.
lhe hi tills ol horses mill Hit)
but there were also II] Shires,
aiid 139 Shetland ponies. Cattle
1.inn* principally from the United Stales, i.aiisistnig chiefly ul
red polled a Isl 1 and llolstein.s
(14a), (ll lhe J.S75 sheep, 1,70:
niie   Shropshire's   Irom   Great
lliiiain ,iii'l  ol  lhe  swine,   II4I        	
iiele llritisli ll.ikslnres. I   Orders haw heen leeeived   hi
Ahull inu  iia.ik has been   pul   Cap!. Ciaivlold, R.N., 111 charge
upon the branch by tlic meat oi thi naval itation at Eaquim-
and 1.iiimd loud ail ol 1907, ill- alt, lo turn the entire inslilu-
iludiiig lhe organisation Iran tion over tu the Canadian gov-
the   beginning   uf   a   Canadian eminent.
meat  iaapection lervice,   This
n.is accompliahcd by arranging
lot st lei lul Canadian veleinian
alls to undergo a course of meal
nispeitioii training In the United Slalci.   On March 31, 1908,
llu re iiele   .' j   v. au.1dl.1i1   eslah
liahmenti under Inspection, and
It is estimated lllal uver ulle
linndred Ihuiisand people passed
ihruugh Victorie between dune
15th and August 15th. The
heal}' trallic Was mainly due lu
the Seattle lair.
Ahs. Culm 1'. Jaiksuii gav
tin umber ol inspectors uas 58 un deliffatlul muaicale at her
l'toin   September ,1,  iy;,   to
residence,   l.slh streei, on  Hon
ilarih .ii, 1908, ihe total  num- -fay evening, in honor of   .Mi
ber ol carcaaan passed uas 1. [^traon, mo has recently  ar-
074,434,the total number ol cal ]Ul,i  .,„.„  i^udon,  England
caeeca condemned vu ,s,:h|, tin _\jlss i„,iis"ii is a certitacated
total number ol portion!  uui- teacher Irom the Royal Acad
detuned uas 69,888, and the per- l.lllv ol ,misKi i,,,i,.lou, England
ccnlagi "i 1.masse*, condemned illl(j |,,.s ,,isi. been a pupil ol lhe
u.is.. |...   On ii.iiispeiiii.n 121- funom maestroa  ia Bruseela,
549 li. .a in..,1 n.n condemned •**■„ uum -meat! weie iplendid-
Th. i.uiiii.iit director general u entertained by the muiii pro-
reporti tlt.ii the itsults oi ihe U(|(,| l(1|. ih-. occaiion, in ivhich
Wort  .11.   smli    as   to   llidu.,1,   M,UTli  vun  klluun  |lliai  IMUsl.
thai it u.is undertaken none too llillls -j-irtkipeted.   The leaturc
won, .ind that 11 is io he hoped ,,, ,|u. evening m.is thc pi.mug
ng municipal authori* |0j *-lss i„,uMin upon ihe violin,
lu 1   illllllll,illd ol  tin   llislllllllelll
diiplaying ibe higbeat efliciencj
tiinie lui rendition ol the difficult selections thoseii liianifesl-
o.l inusieal talent  and  training
ol an ,idv,lined order. .Miss
LaWMM is residing 011 Peiidrell
.street, Vancouvei', and Intendl
instituting a 1 lass, 111 violin instruction 111 ibis city.
thai ere     	
ti.s  throughout   the dominion
mil 1.1 loused 1.1 ihe condition!
shown to exist, allll lllll lll.illgtl
rale siillll.ii s\ sit ms of dealing
mill l""d piodtlits.
KUSS Kll'l.l''.
The 111 u Canadian  Moss 1 iiie
ninth 11,is used hv the Cm,uli*
MILLINERY
)','•/ ,!■■ milled 1,1 •-,/■ nur M'llmen /'iii/m. Hit
l<iteit ide.i' 111 Mil/men. NtUl, FUwtrt, Oiiiiimems,
Tu'r. RikhtU, Chifont, Velvtti. The ai'i'itment idl!
le Icnnd iinn/'/ete.
Miss OURLB
III   I   tlislt A'.tnue tVtrtt   Van, nui ri
GREATER VANCOUVER NEEDS
white curr
is tin- opinion of Acting Miyor Prescott who WU a member of the party which atti-ntli'il tlio forinal
opening of White Cliff ns ii guest of ('ol. White. In hin address Mr. Prescott said he "heartily con-
grnt 11 lated the Company on the excellent idea upon which they were at work and expressed liis appiv-
ciltion of tin- opportunity of seeing for himself the lovely spot on which tlieir chuice had fallen, and
declared that he had always considered Horseshoe Bay the but spot for such a purpose on Howe
Sound and was convinced of its success."
Nowhere else in Howe Sound is there a location lor a summer home which has as many natural advantages and the same heautiful scenery as you will find at White Cliff.
The lnls are 60 feet wide ; they face the Bay and command an uninterrupted view of the sound
and snow-capped mountain! in the distance.   It is an ideal view property.
The attractive features of the location, the natural beauty of the spot, the splendid supply of fresh
water from three mnuntaiti streams, the presence of deep salt water to the very shore line, the fact
that the natural foreshore uf Horseshoe Bay and Fisherman's Cove is reserved for public use, the excellent fishing in the immediate vicinity ; its convenience to Vancouver, from which it is no further
removed than are thc residences of the greater mass of business and professional men in sueh cities
as New York and I'hicagu from their places of business.
Smh a resort as White Cliff is demanded by existing conditions at present, and we know of no
mure desirable location for the purpose than White Cliff.
In order that you may fully appreciate the beauties of Howe sound it is really necessary that you
visit the property.
You will find White Cliff more beautiful than described.
If you are interested in a site for a summer home, before you decide on any particular location,
take time tu carefully investigate the many points of merit in White Cliff.
Call at my nlliee and view the many photographs taken of the property.
The prices are low the terms easy. If you forward your name nnd address at once I will be pleased
tu furnish you with a copy of the beautiful book now on the press of "Picturesque White Cliff1
WEST SHORE & NORTHERN LAND CO., LTD.
ALBERT WHYTE, General Agent
23 Imperial Blook, Seymour street,   Vanoouver, B.C.     Phone 33.10 iV
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IMPORTANT  NOTICE TO OWNERS  AND INTENDING  PURCHASER* OE
North Vancouver Properties
Cleared City Lot*
for Sale at first Cost
The lew remaining lots in hlock 53, D. L. 550, on 14th, 15th
street and Ridgway avenue, being one block west ol Queensbury
park.
Inside lots I500 to f525 each.    Corners J600 each.
Size of inside lots 50 by 156 leet each. Cornen 60 by 15b
feet each.
These lots are particularly well situated, 15th street being
already cleared and graded to its lull width, and lots of similar -die in that vicinity now selling for J700 to >8oo each.
Thl lots above mentioned are genuine snaps.
For Sale
Intending purchasers of choice acreage west of ihe Cn.pila.io
or ia any other part oi llie Uis:net will prolit gieatly In ton-
salting our large aud i.x- iiiaivi list belore negomting lor purchase elsewhere.
This boing the imu in ytir of our establishment in business
ia North Vancouver we are thoroughly posted as to the various
properties that may be oflered lor tale and their values.
We are the sales agents for a number of estates in Norlh
Vancoaver city and district and have a very good list ol pro
partiti for sale at prices which were prevailing in 1907 and 1908
during the period ot financial depression, and as we axe now apparently on the eve of a period of great prosperity we consider
tha prtatnt time very oppuiuine lor investors to make a sedition of North Vancouver property before the greater period id
activity sets in.
Capilano Acreage and City Lands Wanted
Will ntuatrd city lots, blocks and acreage, and well situated close ia acreage in the district, particularly west of the Capilano, and within one mile of the waterfront. We have a large
list of clients, and special futilities for negotialing sales where
the prices axe right. We advertise your property without cost
to you ii you give us the sole agency for a reasonable period
oi time. Our past records demonstrate oar successful methods
in negotiating aales, and wc propose greatly extended operations and a large expenditure along strictly modern lines of advertising.
Wi have representatives in several advantageous parts in
Canada, United States aad Great Britain.
It will pay you to list with us ior quick sale if you have any
property to oficr.
ESTATES  MANAGED
Non-resident owners of property ia North Vancouver who
are unable to give personal supervision to the management oi
their estates axe requested to correspond with us, being the oldest duly incorporated Company with its headquarters in Norlh
Vancouver, and being financially responsible in every respeel,
we can give the 'best assurances possible that business will be
conducted along lines as accurately and surely as any banking
establishment throughout the country.
FOR RENT
W* havi a good list oi cottages and houses for rent in choice
localities ia the dty of North Vancouver, and shall be pleased
to ihow any ol thtm to intending settlers.
Builders of houses in North Vancouver will do well to look
..ver our list of choice lots and blocks suitable for building purposes.
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I III lit
Councillors Gordon, Allan and
Robson were present al the regular session ol lhe district council last evening. Reeve McNaught presided.
Communications were received as follows; From R. M.
Hodgson, advising of Major J.
Shepherd's lecture in the city
hall on Tuesdav, the 14II1 inst.,
filed.
From the directors ol the
Horticultural association, willi
invitation to attend the opening oi the exhibition on September loth; accepted with
thanks.
From Col. 1.. K. Dudley, expressing appreciation ol honor
conferred, in naming Dudley
road through D.L. 559, alter
him, and suggesting that at
present lhe road be cleared len
or twelve feel wide; clerk to
communicate with owners.
From J. W. Eva, tciidi-ring
his resignation as road foreman,
to take ellect forthwith; accepted with regret.
From T. li. yuiiin, complaining ol noii-acknowli'ilgciiient of
letter, re opening of a road in
block 19B D.L. 2026; clerk, to
forward reply conveying desired
information.
From Win. Alsop, ofiering to
slash the road through 1). 1..
H149 at 35 cents per foot; board
of works to report.
From G. A. Barrett with res
peet to promised assistance in
building Roslyn road; referred
to engineer to report.
From I, H. Calland, with reference Uo road allowance, D. L.
805; deck to secure information
Irom registry oflice.
Plans were submitted as follows: Re-subdivision of lot 4,
D. I,. 200H, laid over for furuhcr
information.
Proposed subdivision of blocks
14 and 17, D. 1. 599; engineer to
conler with the surveyor.
Re-subdivision of lots 23, 27,
28,29, 30, block 9, and lots J,
4 and 5, block 10, D. L. 615; approved.
Subdivision oi part of D, L.
8bu; approvedj
Accounts as follows were ordered paid; Finance committee
fl.087.46i board of works I1716.'
82;waterworks committee S4IV-
08.
The district clerk submitled a
report of the tax sale, held oil
September 1st.
The assessment for 19111 was
considered, and on nioliuii it
Was resolved that the assessment In- made lui wiin October
15th and November 15th,  aad
that the roll hy made returnable
not later than December .nth
inst., thai Alexander Philip be
appointed assessor, ,nid that
there be associated with liim
two assessment officeri in an advisory capacity: each to receive
S50 for his seniles; tarried.
lt was resolved that the board
of directors bc NfMBted to unit
the council nn Thursday evening
next, in order to arrive at I du-
cision with reference to Uu h
ancial assist.met to bl |ivn lhe
ferry by the distriii u.iiiiiil,
carried.
Dudley road appropriation b)
law was lead a last time,   and
I'm,illv adopted,
Hyiaw to amend I,inn Valley
waterworks regulations   bylaw,
providing ilui ilu- rati* im w.it
er service to users at a distant c
of 200 yards from the 111,1111
sli,ill pay a minimum rale tqnal
In tell percent ol lhe tost of
making the connection, was
read a third time.
SCHOOL ATHL1.T1CS
BdiUW Kxpress: ,
Sn,-The Inns ul iln* North
Vain ..uver publit sili'inl li.nt
lormed an aawdatioa, and Iha
111,1111 gantl ue e.xpeil t.. plat
will be baseball. But lie will
hale as 111,llll   oilier ^allies    as
in 1,ui to |.l,i\ throughout the
winter.
With the assisl.iiiu nl Mr
Williams aliil mil new t....liei,
Mr. Cr.iw.lcr, we HMCI to mala.
a glial slluess. Ill llie millse
ul abOUt ..lie wi.l w. it ill I.e
i.aih I.. |.|.it lnalillis _itH.li
oilier sehi...1 le,ilns Wl Bavi
gol llie athlctii grounds mi J1 st
slleet lo plai oil wluli.t.l lie
uss.iit       Vmils lllilv,
BE1BEIT HORDEN
Sul. t..it
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY
Fact* are its Argument
Capt. H.t\iti is having .1.. 1
e.l  ,1  modem   leslileiiie   on   4th
street wesl
JOB PRINTING
IK you are in ii'-i-.l nf nny Lodge
Stationery, iuch as Itv I aw *
Letter Ilc-nls, Knvwl<>|»-R, ele, 0?
if you require Billhwdl, Statements, Programmes, Invitations,
Wedding Cabinets, Pamphlets,
Booklets, Kecei|its, Posters,
Dodgers, Menus, or anything in
the printing line, semi your order
in to thin ollice. The work will
bo first-class and the prices will
be right.
TIIE tXPRESS
A fourth of Hurrard Inlet was
developed by lhe Canadian l'acilic railway, with result ol lull
lUslolus revenue lo CaUada. Hit
national gowwMBt now assists financially development ol
the remaining greater part of
the harbor,
The centre and nucleus of
greater Hurrard is Norih Van-
1 a,imr Ciiy.
Twenty miles watcrlroni.tgl
available ior industries, shipping and railroad bases.
li ny system just bought up
by city lo hasten ellni.nl and
uu leased service.
Two railroads to Norlli Vaniouver authorised by Canadian
parliament.
Canadian Parliament has u.l-
ed $200,000, also $6,400 per mllu
loi bridging the Inlet and tatSr
nn ling North Vamouver itith
Vancouver.
Railroad's bridge plans nre
approved by dominion   govern
ment, and both roads have permission to use same bridge.
Canadian l'acilic Railroad ls
now negotialing with city tat
ferry age oi its cars to Norlh
Vancouver, also lor shoreline
base lor transler ot cars to ll.e
tracks ot existing electric .-ail-
way.
The prospect is that >..mli
Vancouver will escape lllc oue
railroad slage ol existence, ..id
that early opening ol its suuie-
liue railway will ensure rapid
development oi industries and
! porl. Just as the Grand Trunk
l'acilic railway means the doubling ol populated Canada, so
the bridging oi Burrard Inlet
means a second Vain ouvei on
the north shore ol the harbor,
with repetition oi Vancouver's
history, perhaps more rapidly
than 111 the lirst instance, as the
province has uow more popula-1
tiou lor new lilies to draw Irom 1
Tlie history ol Vancouver's
real estate summarized in a
s. iiii n. e is that the assessed val
ue of lhe whole ciiy is now
twenty times what it was a-
boul iwenty years ago. Vancouver's lirst-rate residence lols
now realue more than iwenty
times their price twenty years
ago. Considering that localities change, it is doubtlul whether auy properly is more sure
ol lull ratio ol increase than
Bat-fate residence ground provided the locality is protected
agaiusl depreciation.
The grand boulevard ol Norlh
Vancouver is the third avenue oi
the world aud lhe broadest oi
any city on this continent. It
is dedicated to residences aud is
protected for twenty years a-
gainst depreciative structures.
Even here when* the plethora ol
opportunities is the quandary ol
investors, thc grand boulevard
is thc very bull's eye oi investment 111 North Vancouver—the
mark at whn h investment aims,
having certainty ol quality and
seeming certainty ol large increase in value.
Plans, price lists nnd other information can lie had from the
North Vancouver I and ir* Improvement Co. Ltd. Lty.
Mahon, M» I airland £-> Mahon, Ltd., Official Amenta
COliSEll PESDEU AMD SEYMOUR SWEETS, VANCOUVER, ll. C. THE EXPRESS. NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
fl
lor Irom ll to ti per box, and
il is safe to assume that they
mil nil the grower Si per box.
I He would thui receive ilie lifth
  i ear a net return nl fr.lJO, and
, each succeeding year afterwards
lhe pombilities lor income 1could count om'i^p increaae.
production, which are rcpraen- By the time Ins orchard is ten
ted by ibe scientific cultivation years old, nmctfcing owr 15
oi the apple, in the west, an boxM to the tree could be cout-
cogeutly expressed in an article — "»- tllus ISP Iran wolll(1 F1'-
uluui   recently   appeared    llolli  duee say 11,.\S.i boxes, and these
the pen ..I Richard Weaton,   He -ll » minimum oi fl per box,
would make $11,250  or  $1,125
A. FARRO
General Contractor!
Lam! Cleann*;,  Slump and Ruck
mailing. Extra mr* near huuaea.
All 'litiiiHi;.*** made guo.1.
K M P 1. UYMINT      aillNCT
laid at.. WMt ul 1 onid.1.
H, t).   Ka,ja   ,.
writes as loll.nv
"Think oi a uu deriving u
income from ten acrei oi apple
trees suihtieiii io enable Imu to
hie  iii  absolute   Independence
and lake Ills lamily  to Calliol
111,1 itin   ti inter.      Vel  this   ls
the tase uilh in,uiv orihavdists
in  ihe  Noiiliuest.     Tluy   1,111
do lliis and havi a surplus hit.
The essential (ailois in apple
railing an soil, water, smili^ht
eli i,ilu.11, drainage, and, 111 ad
dnioii, ihe irost oi winter   ii
very beneficial,
In ilu* lar southern latitude!
line appealing   apples   ale   pro
pel aCTe, bill these figures alt-
ail,11 helou what is actually Hieing done,
Some gToWeTI have realized as
muiii as $3,000 per acre from
Spitbettbergi, Yellow Newton
PlppiM, Home Heaulies or Jonathans, ,,iid what has been done
ill one plate tan he duplicated
in aiioilur, when the same climate and soil conditions prevail,
ll is, oi loursc, the winter apple
lhat pats lhe big profits, because 11 call he kept ill storage
alld shipped lo lhe best market
ior use when the supply of other
Choicest Cut
FLOWERS
in town at lowest price*
Hive in a trial d.r
FUNERAL DESIGNS or
WEDDING BOUQUETS
607 Hastings !SI., Weat
line appealing   ttpjJtca   ,..e   [»»*-
duced, the ran giving ihem ,, 'nut is low or ml
*   -     *      ■ A   crr,...t   A,..,)   ),.,
beautilul color and a lair   si/.e,
A great deal has been written
ullnalion
but thn latk the criapnen and »,oul *• Pfolu'<bl
■firmness so necenary lor  good ol_nWl k'mo";s' Kra''es' aml
keep,,,.- qualities, and the flavor __* lnnl;i- bul _* b,'K ri'tur"s
does not compart uuh that   a,, and minimum risk    the  winter
applei grown m lhe Northweit. »PP" ul ™ Nwthiwst stands
Along reatioi  thi treei  In PJ^ounut, and thamu who
it inter and a Heady hut reason- l)llials ab **«*■■•■ cares  lor
ably rapid growing Kuon ll «■ llBurc on J" «t»tjf °<
means healthy ims, and heal- a" ,in"»»c. a,nl'k> *na luxuri-
thy ims product good Iruit,     ,ol!sl>'' ,iur, _** ,.1raler ,7***
ten acres ol rati land in llu- W»" "■ l,umwl ™ aml ""■
senu-aiid diatricU coati but oUS Ullslun uI lllt' tll*v a'asi's t0
litlle to put ill shape loi  plant- lntmst him-"
ing, the growth ol sage bruahl      	
or bunch grass is easily remov-l  \ uaatiig ior tin* purpoai of
ed 01 ploughed under. ri-oigaiii/ing the choral smielv
As .ui e.vaiiiple oi  wli.it   cu mil be held  in  the  municipal
be alone uuh 1 small   orchard,  -jffi,^ Ksplanadc, „n Wednesdav
ilu- lollowing ligurei will do lor evening, September sth, at eight
illustration •-»-»---■-     «»—1-1—1	
Tell aires, plaliled 75 trees to
ihe acre, 01 1 total oi Kiffli 75..
trees, lhe lillh war Innn plant-,     -^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ing, will produce ii given reuon- ■••-' ddiverad by Major James
a.*lt   tare,  at   lhe  leasl   i.ilillla-   Shepherd, ill lllc iitv llall oil tile
Hon, , bowapct tree, Inatancea evening oi Tuesday, September
.rn on record ol five and even '4th, at light o'clock. Major
Mxh.mng been gathered,   but Shepherd in u expert of wide
lion is ,, urv conservative es- reputation on lhe subject with
innate   ilns  would  be  a   total   which he deals, and has been en-
productioa ol 1,230 boxei from n--gl'<* •<) t'w provincial govero-
the lell acres. iniul, lo deliver a series of lec-
These ,.|.phs uill sell at retail | lures throughout the province.
\Q Edited by gad Chcdmy Vnn busciP)
Boys
Wanted
in North Vancouver to sell "THE
OUTLAW." Send in your ii!iiiies
r0n everybody's ran$e,
In nobody's pasture.*
C 0
Issued every time Ihe QMfd
walks, usually allcriiale Thursday-fl
by the 'Outlaw' Publishing Ca
Vancouver
to-
o'dock.     All liilisie-loving people are invited to attend.
A lecture on road making will
Mill
Wood
fOR SALE
50c a
Load
You can take a.i large a loa
as you like for
50 centi.
Send vour own teams.
Manager "Outlaw"
Room 411, Crown Bniiding
VANCOUVER,
Clean, Readable
Critical and
Entertaining
The paper that
ha.-* beaten all
Vancouver records in sales.
iFor Good Photos
see
Car butt
StKCPHOr 10 I lllol I BaT^tOaa
| UrnrrlonMlilrtl.pla,>ad.
Prices reasonable
Results guaranteed j
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fgEM5/r^iaasB5Maraiai5Maiaraiara
n».»M
17th Street, North Vancouver
Builders and
Contractor*
P. LARSON ii  prepared to
supply
Lime, Brick-
Sand, Cement
And all kinds of Building
Material in i|iiantitieito suit
and at reasonable prices.
—APPLY—
HOTEL NOKTIl VANCOUVER
TELEPHONE No. 2.
ALEXANDER &
MACNAGHTEN
Real Estate Brokers, Financial and Insurance Agents
WE  HAVE
$50,000 TO  LEND
ON l-IRM MORTGAGE
121 Lonsdale Ave.
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LYNN VALLEY
16 Lols close to tram lime.    Price tu-, each     Three lots in
a group for J30 cash and balance al ft" per month.
6 ROOM HOUSE
New and modern, size 24x42 fert, 1 hlock from the Boulevard. I'ini- fi,dual $400 cash. Balance 6, 1 a, 18 an
14 months.
MAY & BUMS
Real l-.statt- an.l Financial Agenis
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North Vancouver Horticultural Society and Farmers' institute
The 6th Annual Exhibition
will be held in tbe
Horticultural Hall, Lonsdale Avenue
on  fridaij   and  Saturday
September I Oth and 11 tb, '09
$750 Given in Prizes
114 CllMM open to Vancouver and New We-itininster Districts
Royal Horticultural Socle tij's silver and bronze medals and
several silver cu|>s
for Fruit, Flowers, Vegetables, Florets'   Kxhibits, Stock, Gardens, Domestic
Science, Ladies' and Children's Work, etc.
PROMENADE CONCERT FRIDAY EVENING
CHILDREN'S SPORTS ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON
PUBLIC DANCE SATURDAY EVENING
Full Detailed Prize List oa Application to thc Secretary, MR. SYDNEY TYLER,
NORTH VANCOUVER
PUBU8HED BY AUTHORITY OF THE "CIVIC COMMITTEE." THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
•3'
The aldermen were all present
at the session of the city council on Monday evening.
Communication! were read as
follows:
From R. W. Hodgson, live
stock commissioner, lixing September 14th, at eight o'clock,in
the city hall, lor the address on
road making, by Major James
Shepherd; liled.
From Hon. Wm. I'ugsley, acknowledging receipt ol profile-,
showing the Ksplanadc extended
beyond the Indian reserve, alld
advising that similar Information be forwarded the department of tin interior, when the
two department! would confer
upon tht- matter, Information
to be forwarded as directed,
From P. A. Allan and others,
asking Ior a sidewalk on Bewick
avenue, at the south end ol the
same; referred to the board of
works.
From Waghorn, Gwynne &
Co., Vancouver, protesting a-
gainst the obstruction ol the entrance to the Haiiiiuersley property,by the jrd streei improvement; clerk to reply thai council will look into the mailer.
From the city engineer, advising that the grading has all
been done Ior the laying ol the
60,000 Ieet ol sidewalk recommended in the board of works
report, submitted at a previous
session, and that the walk will
be laid as soon as the material
is received Irom the mill; received.
From A. G. Pcrrv, local manager ol tin- B, C. El, Rv. Co.,
submitting a profile of the proposed I,vim Valley extension,
and staling that it would In*
necessary lo move the planking
on Sutherland avenue and on
li)th slreet, alld also that Until! w.itermaiii would require
to be lowered four feel at the
creek crossing; likewise rei|iiesl-
ing early action, as lhe company desires lo tall (or tenders
Immediately. Referred to the
board ol works and the waterworks committee.
From the medical health olli-
ct-r, recommending thai llie
drain on 2nd street, eust of
Lonsdale avenue, be extended to
St. George's avenue, ainl also
that a box drain be itislallnl on
3rd street, Irom Lonsdale avenue to St. George's; adopted.
From Thomas McEwen, to the
ellect lhat he intend! building
two houses on Sill slieel,on lols
14 antl 15, block y9, and asking
that the slreel be opened lo iliu
same; board ol works to act.
From Mrs. M. B. Martinsou,
secretary ol the local W.C.T.I',
auxiliary, forwarding a copy ol
a resolution adopted by the local auxiliary with relerence lo
Sunday dosing of barrooms; tiled.
From L. Reda, subiiiiliing
reasons why hotel bars should
not bc compelled io dose on
Sundays; liled.
A plan ol subdivision of lot 7,
block 12, D. L. bib, was approved.
A. B. Kealy Interrogated the
council, with rch-rciicc lo iihal
action is being taken to sale-
guard the public against danger
Irom further street car accident!
Aid. Schultz vigorously distiiss-
t-d the situation in this regard,
emphasizing lhe necessity lor effective action upon the part of
the council, lie exhibited a letter which he had received liom
the Sticrling-Meaker company,
manufacturers of the brakes in
use on the local system, together willi blue prints, illustrating
the brakilng gear. lie lurlhcr
stated that hu had consulted experts in the matter of slreet car
transportation, who had assured him that cllcclive means for
preventing accidents on heavy
grades were readily obtainable.
Mr. Kealy commented on the
evident delay that is being permitted in applying the remedy.
The tram company cither had,
or had not remedied the difficulty, II they had, they could
easily advise the council to that
ellect, and if they had not, then
the council should adopt strenuous measures.
A. G. Perry, local manager of
the B. C. El. Ry. Co., stated
that Mr. Sperling had just returned to the city, and that he
would undertake to arrange an
interview, between the general
manager and ilu- council, Tuesday. The company had been
doing all within their power lo
prevent any possible recurrence
ol all accident, The cars hail
all been overhauled and iht'
braking gear fixed, The company's engineer! were even then
at work on the problem, and il
v..is proposed to lil all cars with
double brakes.
Mayor May explained thai llie
milling delay in the matter bad
been due to the lact that both
Mr. Sperling and Mr. Glover
were away Irom Vancouvei,,nnl
iit had been impossible to arrange a meeting.
Accounts as lollows were ordered paid: Finance committee
'general, total tWt police, >.Uo,
schools, >5bo; board ol works,
J300; waterworks, S75; lire and
light committee, $30; board ol
health, $25.
The board ol health recommended that the resolution to
reinil the taxes on the properly
llow used Ior hospital purposes
l.i rescinded, and thai lhe taxes
be charged against the property;
carried.
The report oi tin- special committee on lhe investigation re
street car appliances was nail,
for the information of the council.
The waterworks committee recommended that a temporary
connection be made with lot 14,
block 77, D. L. 550.
Oii nioiiou of Aid. Dick, the
board of works was empowered
to construct a roadway to give
access to the site lor the it oiks
ol the MiDougall, .lenkins, Engineers, Limited.
A bylaw, to repeal llio   local
Improvement bylaw, was  rend
a lirsl lime and lost, on division
On motion of Aid. SchulU, it
was decided lllal lhe city solicitor be requested to send on a
draft of a local Improvement
bylaw, with the delects ol the
present bylaw corrected.
The bylaw to amend lhe liquor licensing bylaw , w,is ii.nl ,1
third lime and, after a length}
debate, was linally passed, on
the lollowing division: Yea,Aid.
Voung, McRae and Hraim, ami
Mayor May; nay, Aid. Schult/.
Dick and McNeish.
1 A. R. Steacy, chairman oi the
board of school trustees, addressed the council, to llie effect that an additional loom
and a teacher arc absolutely necessary al once, and Ih.it a
grant ol (900 would be required,
On motion, the sum ol S41 •.
i|.-evitiusly voted lor clc.iri g
lhe new site in D. L. 173, was
made available lor t'i: pinposi,
and an additional grant oi .\S"<>
was made.
Director .lessc Wiiltami ad*
dressed the count il, 11 iln rckr-
cilte lo the renewal ol the lease
ol Lonsdale avenue slieel end.
Oll motion, the clerk was in-
stnu led lo prepare ,1 leaat for
five years, al a rental "1 one
dollar per month.
; Aid. .McNeish was appointed a
committee, to arrange with the
Indian duds lo conler willl the
council on Tuesday evening, as
jto the extension ol jrd slreet,
through lhe reserve.
GAME  ACT   IN   HRIi-'.F, mm,
Duck, Geese and Snipe call be
shol on lhe 111,iini,unl   and   lhe
Islands adjacent thereto,   from
September 1, moo, to February
2S, 1910.
Cock Pheasants tan be shot ill
lhe Richmond, Delia, DewdlleV
and Vale electoral ilist lit I s, except Kent municipality, Irom
October 15 to December 13,1909.
Grouse   ian   be   shot   on   lllc
mainland (excepl Baat aad West
Kootenay 1 ami Islands adjacent
thereto Kom October 13 to December JI, 1909.
Deer tan be shot mi lhe mainland and the isl,mils .nlj,milt
thereto Irom Beptembet I to
December 15, 1909,
The closed season [or Trout,
both on tin- mainland and Vancouver Island, is (rom November 14, 1909, lo March 14, 1910,
,>„H.,|,.H..|.H.H-t|"i"liHil'<-»'
:; to advertisers   >'-
Changes ol advt-rtisc-
uicnls musl be in the
hands ol the printers ;;
nol later lhan Wcdnes-
dav ol each week to ensure publication. Positively no variation Irom
lliis rule will be made.
■H-H-H-H-H-l-l
CHURCH SERVICES
St. John the Evangelist, 7H1
and 13th streets;—
Holy coiiiiiiuiiu.il ti a.m.;
morning prayer 11 a.m.; evening prayer 7.30 p.m. Oil thc
lirsl Sunday in the mouth there
will be a second celebration oi
lhc holy un n in un nui at 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
Services at Sl. Clement's hall
Lynn Valley: Morning prayer
11 a.m.; evening prayer 7 p.m.
Priest-in-charge; Rev. H. H.
Gillies.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church, bill street:—
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Service al Moodyville school at
7.30 p.m. Prayer meeting on
Wednesday al 8 o'clock. Pastor:    Rev. J. D. Gillam, M.A.
Methodist church, comer 4th
aud St. George's avenue:—
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Sunday school at Moodyville at
11 a.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday it 7.30 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. B. H. Balderston, B.A.
Lynn Valley Institute Hall:—
Services every Sunday morning al 11, and evening at 7 p.m.
North Vancouver Catholic Indian Mission:—
Winners
for
August
L'iil ymi 11 ra vv 11 win ner ?
ll. iv an- ihr Dumban:
511*7* 57'7i 5()3*»4 )°W) 59J*'
7354*' 5'-"J-   5(,6(l3  47"5'J  56622
If you did.you an- entitled
in a 109-piece china dinner
ict,   Elton month from tlie
duplioatei of the eon] 1
placed in tlii- Kicks of Royal
Standard Flour leaving -mr
mill-, ire draw lan nutnben.
If vmi are lortunate enough
in -cciii'i' mii- ol theee, ymi
nn- entitled lo « dinner tei
:r.I- uf charge, 'Ihen' bave
Lei n many tvjnnera, It miy
lm y 1111 turn now. Watch this
|i!i|n r 1 very month
Ko. .il Stindirtl is a battel Bom
not un r. It   .lillti.'nl, but Im Iti i
li is ibe l.esi  an.I purrsl Hour on
lb,   market in Western Canada to*
diy.  .     (
Manufactured bv
VANCOUVEI, B. 1
Phono 37
Artistic Designs Sound Workmanship
Modemte Prices
LAW & KNOWLES
P.O. Bott 2G
ARCHITECT! ami Builders
We Ciui Design nnd Wc Can Build
Sunday Services—Mass at y
a.m. Sunday school at l.)0 p.m.
Benediction at 3 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. E. Peytavin, O.M.I.V.G.
Baptist Church, cor. 5th and
St. George:—
Sabbath school at 2 p.m. Services at 3 p.m. and at 7.30 p.m.
COAL
COAL
NEW WKU.INGTON Coal
di-rrt from tlie minea.
Plice »oor or.ltiri now an.l
iit-un* vuiir winter'! lupply.
barge uliii.menti will arrive
In it nt* .(avi. l'ricei right.
Largt* supply »f WlRiD
al»ji. un hand    ....
P.   LARSON
Hotel Norlli Vancouver
Telephone No. 2.
  pt} 1 ft__
*&&   ' HOTEL
AW**
Kaif*
V 1 wm
•t2.uu per and up
Spa i nil rates lo families and to regular
boarders. '.    .    .    .
Finest w un on m
REDA & ANDRUSS
Skc'iinii Stiiit,
PROPRIETORS
•   -   NORTH   VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS,
H PER YEAR
VANCOUVER BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ACCOUNTANTS
GROCERS
W. T. STEIN 9 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
City Auditors
North Vancouvei
ji6 Pender atreet
ARCHITECTS
E.STANLEY MITTON,M.I.C.A
ARCHITECT
619 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AUCTIONEERS
A. M  BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
6b Hastings street west
is the only auctioneer who will
pay ipot caah before the iall ia
conducted
nARRlBTCRS
F. C. SAUNDERS	
Barruter, Solicitor, Notary
Public. Member ol the ban
ol Britiih Columbia and Que-
bat. Room 9 Empire Building, 603 Hastings it. west.
Vancouver, B.C.    Phone 4166
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barriiten, Solicitor!, etc.
Roomi 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Street
Phone 996
S. D. Schnlti        C. S. Arnold
BAIHS
kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sti.
Thc only up-to-date and reliable bath house in British Columbia
We cure where others fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or ao
pay. Plain baths, electric baths,
shower baths, massage lor body, scalp and face; electro therapeutic haths a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin, Germany
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceriei and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tueadays and Fridays
MUilC
DYtINQ AND CLIANINQ
PERTH DYE WORKS
Anderson & Hilton, Proprietors
Dyeing, Cleaning, Pressing
Ladies' dresses, silks,   laces   a
specialty
SALE ft BREWITT
Agents, North Vancouver
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Ha!!-, Cor.
Robson aad Granville Streets.
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
LADIES' HAlRORESSlNG
For Tan,   -unburn, Kuugli skin ami
1 iiii|li • ii-.* drang.* Flower Cream,   ll
le only Me. pee tattle, bet u »unhii«
•tight 111 gul.l, and it  will alnaya keep
ya.ur akin eiuuutti and clear.
Your Hair may ulvti-ys In-kept looking Ita 11.1inr.1l eoli.r by llu* iim* <.( Mary
1.1,*.i.lii.sn « Hair Kcsiur.-r. ll cornea
lu four .iilter.-iii colors.
For Itching, Dry t-t'alp, and Falling
Hair use Pr. iroumlle's hieiua Salve,
aud it wlll relieve yuu al once.
Scalp treatments given to ladiea aud
gentlemen.
toupees made nn Ihe shurte.l nulice.
Satiaiacii'.n guaranteed ou all work.
Maim wave by I r.-u. li arliat.   Facial
Massage, Shampooing and Mann iinng.
MADAMU HUMPHkfcYS
l>*' (,ram iln Street
Phoae 463
11. W. WAITT & CO., LTD.
538 Granville Street
Pianos — Talking Machines —
Music Goods
The oldest music house in B. C.
MR II. A. POWELL
Formerly ol bunion, England, will
open his Mnsii- Studio in O'Brien'a Hall
Hustings slreel, i.n September 1st. He
will receive pupils for instruction on the
Violin, 'Cell., an.l string Baas.
ipw-ial care giti-n lo children. Hours
lUto I.
He hold, llie Iiighesl references (rum
Ilia "■■si musical circles of Ix-ntlon.
Anv information regarding terma, etc.
may lie obtained at th* Arlona Photo
Studio, O'llrien's Hall, ..rat MBI.ran.
villt- street.
OPTICIANS
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Optician
All work guaranteed
Consultation Em
49 Hastings street wut
Opp. Camelaphoue theatre
PHOTOGRAPHERS
MARTEL'S  STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHERS -
132 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
The best equipped studio on the
coast. Phone 3228
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIO
Family Group Specialists
Cabinet sue, ti per dozen
Cor. Carrall aud Cordova sis.
A. SAVARD, Proprietor
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. W.
Canada's Grastaat Wtattrn  School
R. J, Sprott, B.A., - - Manager
PITMAN'S
Business College
(it: Se tun. ur sl., V.iiiciUYH
Dty  school  open   .ill   Un   war
r<iimd   Nifihi sihool comment*
is September 8th.
PICTURE FRAMING
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest etock of
mouldings in B.C.to select Irom
so when you want framing done
cheap and well get our prices.
BAILEY BROS CO. LTD.,
340 Granville and 138 Cordova
CHIROPRACTIC
Chlromellcti tbi ottij Mlb-frl oMotolo
ctttftO-0 runoff (hi cmm ofdlMOM lom
m lo ptln "ft iimm ti ■ blropfoi tic 'I bt
mi ij-1 nlroprKtor In Voocoow fi l1'  Otnrgi
Kvtnv   lMM>|i|i     l> [H   , (ra-lu ale nl   I'n,mum
m| 1 Inn.prnrin. DtVlDpoTl   loWl    01
,* I-,   |0, ' oortbouH block, Ml Knl-ann
rtiwt,, Pbow-UIM,   Boon i lo i,  UobhIU-
1 |..ii ami • van.malum free.
A PR1U8AL OF TIIK ADVT.
COI.I'MN'S WILL PAY BOTH
SH0PPSR8 AM) INTENDING
ADVI-RTISKRS ADS. AUK
NOT IN' TIIK KXPRKSS FOR
NOTHING.
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
Canadian Detective Bureau:-
Odiccs everywhere
V,.ii,,iii\..r Olil..* 'Jll Kinpir.. Noel
'iittlla.tiiiu" ll. »'"-■■ rii..ii.' -'"26
W. W. WKLSH
General Superintendent
REAL ESTATE
Keep your eye oa
EAST VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particulare apply lo
MORDKN & THORNTON
Phone 815     440 Homer Street
&
Securities iJorporation Lid
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRK INSURANCE
R. Kerr lloulgate - - - Manager
RESTAURANTI
All North Vancouver people
eat at
LEONARD'S
Kilher Flack Block or Heatings street, opposite the new
Post Office. Leonard sells hii
tea by the pound.
THEATRES
NATIONAL THEATRE
Mechanical   Opera,   Vauderille
and Drama
Program changed every Monday
Any seal in the house 10c.
58 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
WATCHMAKAERS
English practical watchmaker;
Established 1889
Specialty,   repairing
WOODROOFE,
31a Carrall Stmt THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
REGATTA ON INLET
The lollowing is ilu- programme for the annual regatta
ul ihe North Vancouvei Boat
Club on Monday next:
11 a.in. Sailing race (or N,
\'.B.C. boati, Nine mile!, En-
triia, Piyche, Wawa, Cuttysark
and Marguerite.
u.io am. Sailing race open
to yachts ol Gravelej cup dais.
Seven units.    Kntriei, Retlxkin
and V.tliljiiif.
i.,ia. p.m. Single scull outrigger!, din* mile, I'.nir es, .i.
.n. .1. Brown, s. K, ftnghi and
K. Snmli.
Ladies single st nil.-. \ mile,
Entries, Misses M. Laing, A.
Gray, M. Hurley, E. Page, and
Mesdames \\ Nye an 1 t-i Simp-
soii. IK*,as start ai : (5, 1, is,
- I** and j p.m.
j p.m.   Single canoe i m
mile,    Entries, VV, l.l i r, bW.
Gilmour .nnl J, N. .1. il oe n
.-.in p.m. Double outriggit
race. JJ mile, Entrivi, .'.
Brown and R. Smith, and tt.
Gilmour aad T, Riddell,
1,43 p.m.    Boyi'  lour oared
|    Mixed rate.     ', mile.     Heats
siaii at Ji i. and 4.30 p.m.
Double outriggers final al
p.m.    J. N, J. Brown rows the
winner ol firit heat.
,1.-15 p.m. Sack and spade
rate,     joo yards.
4.15 p.m. Double canoe race.
\ mile. Entries Mrs. W. Nye
and \\. Cruise, Miss M. Lain-,
and J. N. .1. Brown.
1.15 p.m, City and niuiiici-
palit} imu' oar rate   % mile,
5.15 p.111, Four oar outriggel
laic.     One mile.
6 p.m,     .Motor boat race.    7
links.    Kiiuits Alkali (sti,it. 1
Kathleen 13 mini.) Alma (ta
nuns 1 and Ndi (ta mina)
TAXES
TREASURER'S 011 II l.
Fuel f*.r ih*. 1'1'v aai North V'aneoo-
tatlM in I. IN'I' PAYABLE sl mi
office, 1 in ll.1i1. \ rebate ol 10 per
(•.•nl will m allowt-d .ii nne-ril taxes 11
pai.l ..11 ..r 1 .a-f.>r< iln* iltemth day el
Septt-nibtir.
THOMAS SHI 1 lll.lil'.
l>, n-11 r.*r .in,I Collector
N'a.rili vancoaver, Sept. I. I90H,
'lenders Wanted
Ten.Ins will In received by the
undersigned up lo six o'clock
p.m. mi Wedneaday, September
Bth, lm Uic delivery ol forty
cords oi cordwood at Cheater-
field avenue ichool, and [or eight
cords delivered at Moodyville
school.
Loweit ot any tenders not necessarily accepted,
W. P. PEACEY
Secretary
Tenders Wanted
Tenden will be received by the
undersigned, up to six o'clock
p.m., on Wednesday, September
;Sth, lor re-modelling the build-
iug st muling on the grounds ol
Cheiterfield avenue school.
Specification! in detail may be
seen by applying to tha undersigned.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. P. PEACEY
Secretary
New Veilings,
Belts and Collars
A shipment ol Ladies' Veilings, Belts, and Collars,
has just arrived in all the MWiat designs and colors lor
iall.     Don't iall to sec these, as the prices arc llie most
reasonable on lhe coast.
Ladies fancy collars, in all tha newest designs and
shades '     S3*'
Ladies fancv collars   S*'
Ladies fancy tucked chiiloti collars, silk, embroidered
chiffon frill    "V
Black veiling, plain mesh and spot, per yard  JOC
Brown and navy veiling, plain tni-sli and spot, per
vard     3<*- and JK
Very fine mixed black aiid white veiling, per yard 40C,
Brown, nav\ and black clastic belts, fancy buckle 6jC.
.let and tinsel belts all prices.
J. J. MCALEECE
KEITH BLOCK
LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
Cleared  Lot*
Id Block 35A, D.L. 330
Theae loti are all oa gradtdsireeta. Ia fine neighborhood.
Close to park snd grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Prices $600 to $700
I AM   II RMS
S.GINTZBURGER
-LIMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER RPKCIAUiT
IM Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
p. o. box na.
ALEXANDER P. REILLY
"/■.'.im*.' aid t'lniiniiniti' nf St. Awhrw't t'lutrrli
1',,1,'lni-   af   I'io no,    Vocal   mnl   Tltcorij
If ale-ire*l Pii|.il> prepared rot trn-
Tomoti. I'liii'i-nit. I.t.in.nnitii,ii-
Sitnh',: mm Um i, St., Vancouver.    fltow R2385
North Vanra.iivcr, Tii.-I...** .v In In.    Kefer-ence: Rei Mr. liillam
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
Wa mlleil > trill bid ou ronr Ordwi .mill ur large
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Corner Ltntitle Ave ttj Stetnt" Strtet
Phernts id and A62
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Local end Foreign Fruits
Fresh tnd Cue Eggi
Choice Creimery Butler alweyi on hand
Lamp Goodi, Glassware
Crockery ware, Brushes,   Hroonis,  etc., etc
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best, and its prices reasonable.
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PERCY KIM".
I1ENRY EVES
Thc GENUINE North Vancoaver Specialists
As Sole Agents in North Vancouver for tht
COMMERCIAL UNION ASSIRANCE CO. LTD.,
London, England.     assets exceeding $66,000,000
We Would Ask You
1.—As a business man. ii your stock or are your premises insured' If not
how do you preserve your credit ?
2.—If you have a home and a merry family, have you insured lhat bouse ?
If not, in case of fire how are you going to replace your treasures, not
to speak of your home ?
3.—Have you a wife and family to support ? If so, are you insured ngninst
4CCIDKNT nr SH'KNKSS? If not you areculpably negligent. In
justice attend to it at once.
We write our policies with
Tbc Commercial Union Vvviranre Co., Limited, London, England
Which Company giiiirnnlees any policies ne write on
fire, Life, Accident, Plate Glass, Employer's
Liability or anij other legitimate risk
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NOTE AD0RESS--67 and 69 Lonsdale Ave.,        North Vancouver, Phone 6
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