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NOKTH   VANCOUVKK,  B. C,  FRIDAY,   DECEMBER 17. 1909.
NUMBER lli
Annual Convention
of the 11.B.C.M.
The lillli annual convention ol of tlic lnlcl.    lie hoped, math-
the Union ol B. C. Muuicipali- er permitting, that tin- mini
ties met in the city hall, Thnr.s- bers would take time to inspecl
dav afternoon.   The convention the vicinity as llie guests Ol the
was called to order by Mayor city and llie  district.     lie  re
Kearv ol New Westminster, the lerred   to   the   potent   influence
president  ol  the  union.    The exerted upon legislation respect
following memberi were present [ng municipal matteri by  the
and duly accredited: conclusions ol   the  convention,
II.   Kearv   New 9*i expressed the hope lhat thi
Mayor  W.
Westminster
Mayor Geo. Hell, Endcrhy
Reeve H. Dose, Surrey
Mayor J. T. Robinson, Kamloops
Reeve Peter Byrne, Burnaby
Reeve  Jas.   Evans,    Salmon
Arm
Ex-Mayor Kealy, North Vancouver
Alderman A. E. l'ianta,  Nanaimo
Mayor Lewis Hall, Victoria
Mayor Thomas Hodgson, N.i
naimo
Reeve t, C. Kiekbush, Chilliwack
Conucillor Geo. Nicholls,Kent
Acting Reeve Alex. McDonald,
Nortli Saanich
Councillor Rulus Ilortli,North
Saanich
Councillor C. B. Jones, South
Saanich
decisions arm id al during the
present convention, would exert
I lii'tii'lici'iil liilhit'iKv upon lllc
social, munii, and commercial
interests oi the limnicip.ilitic:,
ol the province. L'uiloriii advancements in these three particulars would speedil) cause
British Columbia to move lorward to her rightful   place   .is
the premier province ol the do
minion.
Mayor Robinson ol Kamloops
in replying to the address ol
WClcomet staled lllal main ol
the delegates were hum paying
their lirsl visit to North \ ancouver and they «ere delighted
with what   thev   had   thus   lal
Men,    lie m.is convinced ihat
the cili/.ens here had ■ progrea
sive city, and il many ol Iiu re
sidcnts were aa warm advocates
ol   her  advautagi s   as    Uayoi
including ours, with less pleasure until the business ol lhe convention Mas concluded.
perly protected agaiust   frosty
waterworks committee.
From E. Buclian, manager ol
ihe report concluded with an the Bank of Hamilton, Vancou-
expressioB of thanks lor conlid- \ ver, staling that his bank in-
eiice reposed in himsell and lor ttiids erecting a. building ou
assistance accorded. .their properly, corner of Lons-
bccrciaiy-lieas. Bose submit- dale avenue aud 1st street, and
led a luiaiicial reporl showing | asking for a permanent grade;
Wilson, Mis-
,  Hay, Vancouvei would have to
Mayor f. 11. May.Ctty North ,0(/k l0 hcr ,auuls („. s|u w<mW
Iind herself ovirlappcd in the
race, lie extended the a arm
thanks ol the ctinveiiti.ni lor the
cordial welcome extended bj
Mayor May and hoped lhat the
deliberations ul iln convention
would prove advantageous tu
the province and Unwise lo
North Vancouver.
l'residenl Maun ki.m suli-
niiited lus annual report, 'i he
report recited tin i.m that tin
committee appointed by last
year's convention liad nnt tlu
government and that a printed
report ol the results attained,
had been prepared. Proceeding
the report read.
"l beg to itrongl) recommend
lhe propriety ol again urging mi
the provincial government the
establishment oi a heme lot the
agcil nnl Indigent—m« and women—on the lower Mainland;
Vancou- t'le unm'^'l'-'lities paying a pa
capita lor those senl to the
home; and 1 wish to itrongl}
emphasize the importance oi it
being under government control
I also respectfully recommend
that we again ask the govi rn
ment lo build .md maintain the
Vancouver
Councillor Kobt. W. lit k Ml
sion
Couticilln.- I In
sion
Alderman Win McNeish.Not lh
Vancouver
Alderman Hy. Shepherd,  Na
naimo
Councillor J. H. Amos,Duma-
by
Councillor Jas. Cameron, Co-
quillam
Reeve W. T. tjuick, Saanith
Reeve II. J. HuUIiJm.ii, D.-Ua
Alderman A. Henderson, Victoria
Mayor T. 11. J.ukson, Chilliwack
Alderman J, E. Men/us, Chilliwack
Councillor J. E. L. StClere,
Point Grey
Alderman   John  B.   Jardine,
New Westminster
Mayor C. S. Douglas
ver
Alderman J. Mac.Millan, Vancouver
Alderman J. I.  Hrown,   Salmon Arm
Alderman    Wm.   Hargravca,
Kamloops
Councilor C.B.Robeon, North [jf™^™11, aJ _**loops onl nl
Vancouver
Reeve J. V
McNaught, North
Vancouver
Reeve D. W. Poppy, Langley
Alderman Smith, Surrey
Reeve Wm.   Merrvlield,' Mal-
squi
Mayor Wtt. Il  Maj   ai this
city, gave the address ul welcome He expressed the pleasure ami   the   liiillur   which   the
the general  lunds ol  ihe  province, instead   ul   asking   cities
and municipalities tu asaut,and
gntid   natun-d   individuals   tu
subscribe,   as  is being  dune  to
day.
1 wish iu thank I'lcmii i    Ul
Bride and ilu- tnembir* ttt ids
government for their splendid
,unl i ..ut ti mis treatment ut the
special committee, particularly
Ilun.  Mr.  Bowser,
un ,„id .he tl.sir.u ul Nurth »ftlomng
Vancouver 1,1. WU contend ,,„ ^^J**.* '""1 * d^ttl3
thelll  ill being  privileged lo en-   Alr *' "   ■"M,T
tert.uii  lhe coiiventluli,  and   ill     M\ Fateful appreualiini  ami
the iialiili ul llu hospitable t \    lh**** Itt .M.nileil tu Uu  11.m
telidu.1, Korth Vancuuver hoped sec.-treasurer, Reeve llusi,   wh
to suciisslully i.nulale lhe ex-
aill]de ol those plaCca Mlliih had
so royally entertained the mn-
Villtloll ill previuus Mars      He
relerred lo the original constitution id lhc disliut as unhiding
the entire  north  shore ol Burrard Inlet lruin Howe Sound to
the Norlh Ann, and out ol the
centre ol this extended territory
asection had been accorded loi
the Incorporation ol ihe city ol
North Vancouver.
While divided lul  the minim t
ol corporati Interests, these municipalities Mire OM at hc.ni
and considered llieir interests
reallv identical Hav or M.iv
inl.iipil iipun the ii siiiiius and
thc advantages ol lhe north
shiiie, relerring briefly lu uiu
Wealth in luresi and in mine, to
our rivers, i inyottl and siinnv
slopes, to our sixteen miles  ol
waterfront   awaiting   onl)   i
bridge aiiuss Second Natron-.
to render it equally as valt
able as that upmi lhe south side
receipts W7.24, tlisbursemenia
,    Uu hand »3IJ,49,
iiilh relerence tu the (elation
oi the provincial union wun the
l mon ol Luuadiali lUiiiucipali-
ucs, u was decided io mam
aim in sliciigllicii the same. A
committee was appointed to investigate as lo how the latter
i,in lie done and to report, ilic
cement merger recently lormed
iu the east was severely criticised .uid a committee m as appointed lo drall resolutions
with relerence Unrcto.
Piuiiicr McBride lelegiaplieu
lus regrets al beiug unable to
be present and lus best wishes
lol i'lc success ol tllc convention
a committee ou resolutions
m.is appointed. Recommendations irom municipalities were
then taken up and nioiious were
paased as lollows: Favoring
the amendment oi ihe deliniiion
ol a householder lo enable lessees al a slated lelltal to vote,
favoring the conic-mug ol larger
powers on councils in dealing
wilh plans ol sub-division; la*
voting the simpliluaiiou ol thi
provisions ui the act wun bs*
ieicuu* lo local   improvement
by-law s.
At the evening session Alex.
Philip lead all excellent paper
oii "Municipal Legislature by
iu laws' and a hearl) vole ol
.hanks Mas aciulded.
.i resolution ihai lhe federal
government be asked to contribute towarfl roads and bridges
in the railw ay belli, where revenue is derived Irom timliei .unl
from waler powei. was adopted.
The lollowing mailers were
nl, iiul lo llie executive: To
permit municipalities lo make
loads less than bh led 11. » lilth
in ceilam i.isis, lu advocate   a
commission to simplify and co-
u\ tin* iiiunicipal act; lo eoin-
|ici propel iv owners lo make
lam allowances in subdividing;
thai iiiuiiHipaliiii's be cmpuMii-
ed lo construct telephone Inns
mil lo connect wilh other lines.
A proposal that municipalities
in empowered to levy taxes iui
Khool latis, was rijecteti.
Friday morning, the consider*
itiofl ui reiiiiiiliutlilalluus and
t, s*.lmi..ns was luiiiinuiil. Dr.
i ,iL\iii,jiiii\iiiu,il medical health
olhcer  gave  au  address   which
allnl    lorth  a  lengthened    ills-
ciissiuii, occupying lhe remain
der ul lllc session.
llie alleillDOH session is plo-
uiillllg as The Express goes In
plcss.
lhc entertainment leataiea ..i
the convention will consist ol a
complimentary banquet, given
In iln .in round! this ncning
aiiii a motor tup throng! the
illlliTHil Sections ul the dlsliM,
loiiiinruM morning.
has been untiring in his efforts
lo lurther the interests uf the
union, and to carry out vour
wishes in that respect.
Since our last m.cling, death
has taken irom the membership
of this iiiiiiiii, and frum tin i \
euitlve, Mavor Tinimins uf Vn
lion, who did so much  at   uur
last convention  to  make om
visit ,is pleasant as possible un
der most trying drcumitancee,
Though \la\ ur Timmins endured iniiih sullering in iln  coum
ol his   illn. ss.   his   last   Iinin s
Miti  pi auliil, and Ills ih pal Un.
m .is that ul une
"Who wraps ihe draperies ul
his niinii about hun.
And lien down   tu   pleasanl
dreams."
I attended thi I sion oi I sua
<li.ui Municipalities -n  Ucdicim
llat and Calgan Aid Al. Mil
lan of Vaniouver. I1. I' , l ,i
also presenl      HoTl  "und Mould
in accomplished ii there   wa-.
more work at these convention! mg grading operation . b pro-
CITV   CO! Nl.ll.
Uayoi   dav   presided ava a
mil .iilnnil i i Honda) eviii-
nig, Aldermen McRae, bchulu,
McNeish, Young, Braim ami
iin i. being hi aiiiinl,nice.
Communications wen  receh
ul as lollows   I'lnill A. ('.   Till v
bual niaaagei B, C, hi Ry* Co.
explaining reason iur tempofuf)
ilisiullilliil.line   ul    the   Sllldav
morning serviie, to pi-ruut ol
blaiting up. rations al Bantings
townsite, ami advising iuum.1
that  lhc   rigiilat    M1 \ ui     wlll
probablj in- resumed un tin mth
mat.; filed.
l-Hun M. lv llu,in*, directing
attention to tdti mc-ii nigh Impassable condition ui i'ii hi.■ l
between st* Andrew'i and  st
pa rich'i avi inns, and asking
im a sidewalk; board ol works.
limn R Archibald, request-
in)- lhat au au light In placed
nn Lonsdale avenue north, nl
tin cilv limits; Irum .1. I I
I mils, in ili, ..um ilncl, lire
ami light iniiiili: ' * «
lium Rev, J Hugh Hooper,
requesting that a soiiin pipe,
iu in. 'i [idence, uncovered duf-
board ol works,
Ci*,Engineer Hanes submitted a scries oi reports as lollows:
That 150 ictt of watermain between 1-orbes and Bewickc- avenues, collapsed recently, and ihnt
repairs are practically completed; filed.
That the B. C. El. Ry. Co.
had obstructed access to the
watermain on Sutherland ave.,
between 2olh street and Lvnn
Valley road, by piling stumps,
boulders, etc., thereon; waterworks committee to report.
That Sutherland avenue, between 2olh street and Lyun Valley road had been rendered un-
saie for trallic owing to the excavating done by tbc B. C. El.
Ry. Co. to grade their right ol
way, contrary to the specific*
tions therein provided, and ru-
comiiieiiding thai lhc H. C. El.
Ry. Co. be notified to have Unsaid dangerous porlion ol the
plank road lowered, and meantime guarded by suitable railings and light; recommendation
adopted.
That as the city does not own
any land al lhc intake, the district council be requested to allow the new cottage for the
caretaker to lie built on a street
allowance, and lurther, lhat
steps be taken to procure 15 or
2o acres of land! at lhe intake,
for waterworks purpose*.; recommendation adopted.
Thai the B. C. El. Ry. Co. I*
rei|iiesied to-furnish the council
copies of specifications and conditions with respect to the extension to Lyun Valley; adopted
With reference to the cotiier-
ci.ee held between the council,
the B. C. El. Ry. Co., and thc
contracted ior the Lynn Valley extension, and in pursuance
of the agreement then arrived
at with relerence lo the lowering ol lhc city watermain, the
engineer recommended lhat the
B. C. El. Ry. Co. provide the
city with tho grades to which
they wish the mains lowered,
llial a temporary main be laid
Ior a distance oi 2200 ieet to
prevent interruption ol thc service during the lowering operations, that in addition lo tin-
actual cosl ol lowering lhc
mam. lhc cost ol installing the
temporary main, together with
an allowance oi 25 per cent, (or
depreilalloli in lhe pipe so used,
and likewise an allowaucc (or
nu nielli al expenses, be paid bv
the B. C. El. Ry. Co., and lhat
the company bi- requested to
deposit Jyxi in cash with the
eity, lo bc expended as above
stipulated; alter careful consideration, the recommendations ol
the utv engineer weru adopted.
1'. Mahon wrote, lo lhe elint
llial vv aim nuw running dnwn
yueensbury avenue, was damaging lols 13 and 14, block J, D.
L. 273, and requesting permission to divert the water to prevent the same; board ol works
lo consull Mr. Malum, and to
agree.
Mr I impel .1-^am lumplained
ol the condition ol the Esplanade east nl l.'ilisilalc, both as
to the roodwaj and thc obstruc-
lion of the road by vehicles;
vehicles to bc ordered oll, and
finance committal and board ol
wurks lo act as to sidewalk.
W, C, Kiseimiaii directed attention to llie Iai l that his pro-
pert) was wrongly designated
in tin assessment mil, ami rc-
ipusting that the matter be sel
light, .is In Mishus to pav his
1 a vis, clerk and assessor tu report.
A plan uf mbdivision ol lots
1 and 2. block 1, D. L. 54;, was
reli-md bark for amendment.
Accounts as lollows mu,
•lined paid      l-lliainc luinuiitln*
$h2.oH; board ol worki $>i: p
wati 1 Murks tummiltce $593,45;
hn- and light committee f 13.75.
The fire and light committee
itcoiiiininded that a dormitory
bc coiutructcd al lhe firehall on
the hill, nre 20 by Jn leet, to
cost about .*.Soo.    Plam accept-
Local and Personal Items
Jack Loutet and N. Loiisdnk-
Born.—On Monday, Decembei
1 ,;ih, lo Mr. and Mrs. William
George, 1-redcrick road, Lynn
Valley, a daughter.
A grand masquerade ball will
be held by the Merry Widow
dub, 111 the Horticultural hall,
on the eveniug ol December 31.
1-. K. Beniiet ol the Kandie
Kilshen   was   confined to uic
housii lor a lew days lasi week,
but,is agaiu attending to business.
Malcolm McMillan, who has
been ill lor about three weeks
past wilh gastric trouble,is uow
making good progress toward
recoverv
BUSINESS  LOCALS
The nicht ol all nichts-Hog-
tnanay nicht.
Firemen's annual ball, Hortl-
cultuial hall, Friday, Jan. Jth,
High ilass music, choice program, at the fireman s ball, on
January 7th.
Brushes ol all sorls - clolli,
hair and military, al The l.uis-
daie Pharmacy.
The Merry Widow dub is holding one ot Us popular dances 111
the Horticultural hall loiught.
Waited — Compilable, well
furnished apartment lor a lady.
Apply at Sale k Brewiu's.
The court ol revision ou lhe
clly voters' lists, Will Lie lieid ou
Tuesday, December 21.
A nice assortment oi Roger js*.
Gallet s and 1'ivei s pvriaiuca ui
the Lonsdale l'liaimac).
Two experienced  nun   want
work anting cord wuou.  Hvpp.j
P. 0. box 12S, ^Norlli v allium..
Don't loigc-l lhe iiiciiicii.. lia..
in lhc iionicUi.u.ai imu, ...
day, January j   * llu.,
Wanted.—irivait uou.u aui~
room lor three nun, no. mo >a.
irom lerry.    Appiy una uiu-*....
The sale ol a large acreage
tract in D. L. 615, owned by ihe
Western Corporation was made
ncently at a price excecuing
il10,000.
The closing exercises lor the
Christmas holidays are being
held today at Cheslertield ave.
school. Similar exercises Won
held yesterday at Moouy-illi.
school.
The regular meeting oi the
W.C.T.1. will be held on lues
day, 21st mst., at the home 01
Mrs. Stoney, bib MM "■*»<
All members, and any ladies interested in the work, are cordially invited.
Al a congregational meeting,
held in thc Methodist church on
Wednesday evening, tlie lollowing were elected society representatives lor thc ensuing year.
Messrs. Marklc, Latimer and
llariuii and Mesdames lli ami,
Tuck, Gibson and Vance.
COUNCILS FOR lyio
The situation as to aldcriuaii-
ic candidates, is yet very inde-
iiniie. Mayor May and Alderman Dick arc in tlie field lor lhe
mayoralty. Aid. McNeish has
definitely decided lo run lor reelection, ll is understood Uiat
Capt. T. Kickham ti in the held
lor alderman. Aid. Braim will
nol seek re-election. Aid. McRae, SchulU and Voung are undecided, and the probabilities
are that Uie lirst two will retire and that the last named
will agaiu bc a candidate. The
names ol Ex Aldermen Irwin,
Smith and Crickmay are meu-
tiinied, bul no detmite stalciinni
Is obtainable. In the district
Reeve McNaught thus iar has
ihe held to himsell. Councillors Robson and Gordon reiue
ln Lynn Valley Councillors Allan and Davison arc 111 the luld
and Ex-Councillor Westover is
likely lo run. Ir Capilam. 1
Lawson. and C. W, vhomfaoa
arc mentioned as probable candidate!.
ed aiid work to be done, il funds
permit.
Thc waterworks committee recommended that a lour roomed cleariug, eic.    D. L- .Ucinioiui-
cottagc and a shed lie built at  ney al 132 1st slleet Mat,   or
the intake lor the caretaKer, to- P.O. box 84.
tai  cost  about   >-<«>;   waler-1 	
works committi* to act,  and j   Wanted—tlw in is ol ad sine.
tenders to be called ior. 'piupiriy    wishing   to   seil   lo
The city solicitor wrote, sub- kindly addiess al once lv Jior-
iiiittmg a general local improve- gan,  general   delivery .V \ au-
'   couver, stating pine, terms, location, etc..
A nice present lor a gciili-u.au
is a pair eft nuliui) orusuca
from The Lonsdale liiaruu-.).
Wanted—A girl to assist Wilh
the care oi cliildu-u   ana   wiui
housework.     Appiy aus.i	
Millan, 107 Victoria pan. caiai.
TO EXCllA.vljl'.-i'ul vacalU
lols dose in, 01 1-uk ...wi, It -i
Oood siviooiu l.iuuiin uuu c,
slluate on VMoila iall* -.a c*
C. S. Voung, bo Uiu.uaik.
Wauled. — Cooking or uglu
housework two hall ua)s uoa.)
Dances and panics cooked lui,
15c per hour. Apply bxpre-s
office.
I denied. — To buy seasoned
cordwood in the woods. U. i,.
Mclntomiucy.
Willi any othei piesini 10
your besl girl, include also a
box ol dioeiate.s Irom lhc Lonsdale Pharmacy.
Wanted - lo deal laud, lav
cement Inundations or cellar
Moors,   sidevialks,   etc      Firsl-
ass woikiiiaiislnp. 11. Uf,
Capilano, Noitli \ ancouvcr.
For Sale.—Good dry lots near
Second Narrow*, one block liom
Scynioui hotel, line olil) »i,j
and {anu per lot, terms uiic-
quarier cash, balance nt) laisy.
C. S. Voung, wi Lonsdale,
Contracting. — For all Kinds
ol teaming and team woik, land
mint by-law, (rallied in accordance with the municipal clauses
act; relerred to  lhe   board    ol
works lor cousideralian,
The by-law to borrow $10,001
Private    Sah    ol    lliiilsili.ild
Furniture—Piano, sled   range,
lor the purchase oi road making with water It.mi, extension
machinery, the bv-law to bor- table, two iron bcdl and sptings
row $3000 lor the purchase ol two dressers with bevelled niir-
hre lighting equipment, and the rori, two waahstands, two ioi-
by-law to borrow S51.uo lor the Ui sets, two oak rockers, wicker
parks improvement, were each'rocker, oak tabic, .piaiur cut
given two readings |oak china cabinet, two pictures.
Aid Dick introduced a motion ironing board, Wa) duck and
to pruvide lor dividing the citv 'bracket, divan, two grev lur
into wards lor election purposes j:sleigh ruins, pair chenille cur-
but it met with no support and ;tains, ten windon lhades, three
was dropped. Idoien |ofl oi nnu. quantity ot
A list ol-Jopus lor submission  carpet and kitchen Utensils,   (hi
to the convention ol the Union sale irom the Joth to the 24th
ol B. C  iiiuniupalities, was de-  Southeast corner ol St. Patrick
tided upon,  and will lie type- snd 3rd street,
written lor the convention.        1 Elder Murray Co.,"uc 'iisuiiuice THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
REPORT OF CANADIAN
PENITENTIARIES
The averagi dailj population
of the penitentiiriee oi the do
minion lor the year 1908*1909,
was 16:5, an increase ol uvei 11
per cent, hli tin* previous yeai
British Columbia has the unenviable distinction ol leading
the province! in tins respect,
with an bureau ol -I per cent
The ut ns contribute 1 much
greatei proportion ol convicts
in proportion to population,
than the rural districts, Montreal suit 77 per cent of prison
population to the local Institution at that place, w Innipeg 80
pi 1 cent, 111  111iinlnli, 1. and V.ili-
iniiviT ,iinin, sent |o per mii
ui ilu convicts to Nm Wesi
minster penitentisry.
The parole ivatctu is giving
increasing satisfaction, During
th, yesrj44 paroles weregratf. i(ll
ed.ol which eight •■■■*■■• f.-rl.-iwd  rMponiiU( ,„ |VerJ m,m    [o,
and Inin  miu  ii inked.    The ic-
lame mill and void, npon viola- ■ Wanted from owners-Acreage
tiun of lliis clause, The amend- for subdivision and inside busi-
iiient applies to all government ness property in North Vancouvi ork, dune hv day labor. ;Ver. We have clients waiting.
Hill 4; to piovide lor govern- General Securities Co., Ltd.,
meat inspection ol vessels, slip- 441 Richards street, Vancouver.
ulatei with respect to vessels'!
plying the lakes aiid coasting
waters oi Canada, that everv
vessel ui idiv tons gross or over
must be Inspected annually, and
that 110 registration or license
shall be granted, unless such
certificate is shown, it is further provided that everv steam
yacht of live tons gross or over
shall ianv 1 lull equipment oi
hu* saving .11*11,11,ans, Including
lm.its ami everj steam boat in
the lislnng business is subject to
1 similar provision, Every
steam mg engaged Ia towing,
must i.mv a rochet capable oi
inavnig a line a distance oi at
least }00 led.
Hill 48, to amend the railwav
Good
News
port ol the ininiiter oi |ustic«
characterises thi parole system
as "In \ nml doubt the urns', mi
portent ,tml useful penologic 1!
reform vet Introduced  In  this
eounlii
Nineteen 1 icapei have occurred within ilu past tin rears,
ami nine re captures have been
made In 1908 to uto-i, tonr
prisoners . atsped snd -.in wen
re-captured,
The report refers to the disadvantages "i Died sentences,
whuh necessitates thc liberation
of dangerous criminals at tin
expiration oi the commitmi nt
period, notwithstanding thc [act
thai ilm in.iv have evidenced
nn ;niinii.iii ni reforming, mid
recommends thi consideration
ol tin application of Indefinite
siiileims t,, habitual ollenders
A total ui lourtcen pardon*
was granted during the year.
As lu n.iiimi.llit}, at the lime
the report was completed, liieie
weii   I,;,-,!. a 11.nuts   o|   Hnll. a
birth and 1,765 oi foreign birth
in the penitentiaries. ksy per
mii. vun Canadian born  and
IJ pei uill. lurelgii botn, There
were 66 lile cunvici.vni whom 13
arc confined al Kingston, l\*n
per unt. an under M yiais ui
Ifl 1-ilta en per cent, are unable to read or » rite Seventeen
per iilil.   have   lueti   total   ab-
stiinnis and imu pel cent bavi
been intemperate,
The ai tlial   m 1   COSt   ol   the
penitential") system lor Utt year
Mas   \ 1 (0,687,  ■ ' "''    l'tr   '1,'ai'
lor iiii yeai ol the convicts, ol
1177.33, ui per dav 76 cents.
The report deals vi uli the la-
imi ni conviiis as lollowi To
maintain the convicts in idle-
in ^s al pulilii 1 \piiisi bl nut ad-
vis.ii.ii, to establish iactoitea
ami dispose ol iln product ol
convii t laliui in iln "pin market is not lo in seriously tm-
sidiiui, 1h.1t convict labor
shuiilii In uiili/.il to piuvnle ar-
tul.s I.quired (or the various
departments oi the govefameat
Is con nli li d juititiabll, as these
1 nm nts an- maintained at the
publii expense.
The iliiei sources ol lou.init-
uiiiit in British Columbia were
as (ollows Breaking, entering
ami stealing, 29; burglary, 7;
lorgery, j; manslaughter, 13;
murder, ;. stealing, 13; thei t, 23
wounding with intent, 10.
■ in every event,
hies started by any locomotive,
the penalty being restricted,
where modern and efficient appliances arc in use.
Picture   framing in all   hs
branches can nuw be procured
in this citv, the enterprising
firm of W". II. Stoney cit Co.
having placed in stock a full
line of framing materials, as
well as the necessarv equipment
for the work.
SEE OUR
WINDOW
SATURDAY
Chriitmai Cu Hm, Bta klngi,4c.
1       ''n.i- 1 .ili* .  Nu. 1   \)'x u lh.
No.'J   Ml   '•
■    nana Pnddlni     25c n Ib
Toner] lid) pmefaasw nn tetania]
Mil > In-i' nanipli   •'! "iir aliiiuiul in*
ake
Pioneer Bakery
S. H. Walker,  -   Proprietor
No excuse now lor not
BUYING THAT   PIANO
Contracting lor several hundred
pi tiios,$375.00 to $450.00 grades
at it big cut from Manufacturers'
Wholesale Price?, enables us to
ship in
CARLOAD LOTS
and by the "new harness system," saving to us many dollars
in freights alone, we are now
selling
Popular   Dependable   Pianos
$275   $200   $300  $325
$0.00 to$10.00 per month
When you ileal wilh us you get the
best that Thf. Largist Piano Con-
1 kkn in Wesiikn Cana.ua, backed
llV 3S VKARS PRACTICAL SSMSISHCI
ind an abundance  ol capital, can
give.
Montelius Piano House, Ltd
4 in III Ka.lin.*. MM Wni
I ancouver,      •       ■       B.f
Buy at the
Welcome
Parlor  I
And Save Money
Appli!, par bei  Irom $1.76 te WOO
Batter, set It MeudtOo
llt-stCreiiinm Bn'lcr,   Hi       85c
('ii|*i'0"'l ('rimlii-rrii's,'.'lli ...    ,      25c
QuikirOets, 2 paakatM     25c
UIOM »r (''irii Starch   2 "         25i-
I liiiiii'-niiiili-.Iiiiii... 1 uin..       15c
Nunllghl or II*,nil Snip, li liars..
II.-hI Retried l(iiinin« or Current*
 I package
Brald'l Milieu nml .lava or .Salmli
('.iif.,-, I |i*iiiiiil   	
Itraul'ii Bli-nil IihUhii ami Ceylon
Teas, fat lli	
Wi- wil Blue kiMnw, Upton,
H iimii ind TMtaf'• Teaa, ",1b
I'll-lltV a,[ I ll*   ll  HlHI'intH.
ItohIi (".iiiL'.-r .nap*, III* ..     .
i'lenty ,'(I'.i-nl ninl ilii|iiirl(.-il (re*li
llllllll- I'llllilii'H.
Ill Uldl nl   Num ami Tnl.li- Kairiiiit
niial K11;. ill L-r.iitli r<uliii'«il |>rirc«
' ii-li Kc-iiH, daily, iiiiariinli'i'.l,ilm. ink-
Cooklul lui*, L'll.ir.i'ii    "Or
1 onib llinii'v, only    16c
Wi' Mil .ill lint's ol   (ri'.li   «riK'erit'ii hi
n.iin**il |.riirs    Your money hank 11
nut MlldM,
Siinara—Icing,   hlock, Granulatr-I and
Yellow.
Vl.'iiU an.l Kisli, unnki-il nml in ct-'.a.
I'n -li Milk nml bread twii-e a ilny.
Luili un.I t.liiriiit  I'litiitiiei an I V,.*,.,*.
table* of all kimb.
California ami Ja|iiiiir*-e Untune..
I'li-nty  ol diverse  bran.I*   ol Cigar*
T'lliacen* Cicarelt.-s.iVi'.
IMivi-rv to um purl ol ilic eity.
25c:
10c ■
35c!
:i;„*
25c j
tnt
Christmas Gifts
Just a (ew suggestions (or the Christmas gilt buyer.   1 have a
great variety and everything is^new and up-to-date.
Neckwear is one of lhe most appropriate and most appreciated articles for gentlemen, They are to be iound
here in -;reat variety in all the latest shapes, etc., in-
cludiiij; the Panel Scad, which is a novelty of the season. Two inches wide and 4b inches long, they are beauties    .. 75c
Other designs and shapes ia ties Irom 25c to >i
Brsces, embroidered webs in the famous President,
Katly, police, etc., from 50c to @ Jl.50
Mufflers in different shades    $1
Il.inilerkeicliicls 111 silk,with or without initial. Mer-
cella in plain white or colored border. Lumen and
lawn, hemstitched or plain, [bo handkerchiefs lor   men
or boys     10c to 75c each
Fancy arm bands, all colors 25c to 75c
Kid gloves, silk lined, wool lined, or unlined J1.25 to
 a    Jl-75
Kitl buck horse-hide for driving gloves $1.75 to >3
Gold nnd silver mounted umbrellas all prices up to $5
I'.iubroidcrcd socks in Cashmere, all prices up to 50c
And a multitude ol others too numerous to mention
here.   CALL AND SKE
CUMMINGS
dent's Clothing, Furnishings, Men's,   Ladies', and
Childreu'i Hoots and Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
Save your Piano by having
an Expert  do your Tuning
T. BRADLEY-TAYLOR
260  Second   St., West
Work tiimrantt'-il.     Prop a pos'il -n
Lllcall.
iv. h. srosiv
iv. c. ao»»i«os
1   1111*1
led agenli lor Mureaco, Ihe beat
material lor walla and ceiling!
Phone R(K)
W. H. STONEY A CO.
SII
I lllll   K. HARDMAN
\ Kf.ihi Block
Signs of every description
Wallpapers, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Ac.
House Painting, (Hazing,
Uei'orating, etc.
'nper Hanging, Kalsomining
,,,,,.,*...........
III... 1 .WWt.
"i**t*T**i*
H'.DKKAI. I'.II.I.S
1 in proposed smeodmenis to
ih. 11,ink Act, non  befon the
house ui (.iiiiiiiiniis .it Ottawa,
.in ai, ligned 10 inin.li  .1 Imi
ui. oi 1.ni.I',i.m banhui| prm
ii,.    which h.is hitherto been
the  suiijui   01   iiiiiiIi  adver*
uiu.iim, n.muli, tin retention
i>y > he ii.iuks oi unclaimed bei
naces,     iin amendmenti  pro
vuli ihnt .,ich bank ihall  pai
ovii   in  tin. minister, [a; >•!.
stock ou nhnh no dividend hs
ba ia a 1.uiniii ior six yeara; 1 b
all dividends whiih have n
lii.uiii'l unpaid lor inure ili.u
ll .1 .ns, .) .ill monies, depo
sits oi balancea, la respei 1 1
whnh. no transactioni hai
takes place lot  i\ u,irs.
l pou payment tn iuch wut
to iln minister, lhe bank is to
be held discharged ttom all m
ponsibiiitiei, and ihould thi
rightful 1 l.iiin.iui appear nt sn
nine, the governor la louncil 1
empowered to pa) thi sntn*
with inui'
Hill ii, respecting hours ol Is
boi on publii works, providi
that im laborer, workman 0
una h,nnt, in ilu niipl.ii ill .111
11,mr.ntm mi publii mirk'
slull be pei nnt ted or remind
to work ili.u. than eight bom
pei 'I*.- and lurther, thai wai
-rovernmi nt * ontrad ahall 1 "*
uju ,,  I ■,...; i'iii   making   thi
Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods j
Gent's Furnishing and Fancy Store.
I'.ir.-.'ml an.l l.in-.lali-Ave. btsMMMiUM Telephone 53    •.
Christmas Presents
(im holiday slock is now complete sad oa display.   We   J
shall be gl.,d to have nil cituens ol  Ml beauliliil tit>  pay us
,i visit I don croiiing ihe Inlet.
W *  have the [otlowia| to select Irom :
r .ni. 11 "liar, ami l'*lou«-a in .ilk, net, ,Vi-
i'n-liii.|i Coriri, Rihlmna, Dri-M .Materials.
II -ierir ..I ill .lenri|.ti.aii, Fane; Haxlki-rchiefa.
riniii.ai.i-. Bhirli, Collin, (ii-emlla. Ttas
l.a.lie.' mid Oint'l rndi'miar.
Imilliri. i a tii| n.Miin  Itr.KH*he», Chain., Hat piua. N-ari
I'in., ('nff Link., &c . lad Toys.
tii hi Vincouver print iod In mail cmn cbeapir,
nur im-iii,-s li.i. nearly iluiililnl itself ainee laat year, • fart which
npi-aka for itupll.
^-;*
DRESSMAKING  on the premises
4^K^i.i.i,,i.i-|.,|,.i.i,.l-l.H-l--H--l''l'l-l-'i--l"l-'l--l-l'-h-l-l-l-l"l"l"i-H-
kei>aMs
Sometimes saves the timepiece
if there is anything wrong with your
clock or watch. Bring it to us at
once. Our expert will make it
nght again i( it can be done by
human skill.
All Jewellery carefully
repaired.
Lqnn Valley Lumber Co.
Are prepared to deliver at shortest notice
:   ill kinds of   :    :   :    :   ,
Rough  and   DfetMMd
LUMBER
Ci I ij Office, 59 Lonsdale Ave.  Phone 36
P.O. 4DDRE»»i       LYNN CREEK, ft.C.
i GRASSIE&Co.
318 Cam Mr Btreet
YOU ARE THROWING MONEY AWAY
11 i.ui in nii'l 1 your pi.ui". Any iii.ni"y paid hy yon in exei-aanf
lhe pn,*,- **i the 1 hoapi-al iiiftriiinonl matte i.n aatcil if ymi nopleot
tollin 11 regularly nine-l by a llinrnni-hly rnmpoteut Inner.
s V.I
I'laaa,,.
airn.'t.illllli St.. I Hint I'h,'.I.'Ill 'I'l Al''	
IM Korth v.ini.iiifr .n^ I.S;!'..* ViaiWM
T. W. Ward
I- rmiipsjUMit. mnl i no innrmitre tOtttlff] Ulf mnl) MlOttl '«r
Your ■ amliiik U a liti.xt -111u r; if yum piitnoiiout of tunt-
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J 0. K. BAKERY I
t And CONFECTIONERY
All new houses should be piped for gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure for this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
POWKR CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
Furniture
TO SUIT THE WANTS OF
EVERYBODY
TAPESTRY
CARPET  SQIURES
SOME CHOICE PATTERNS
In Ked, Green and Fawn
shades
tuai
JR. 50, J9.50, $10.50 It J15.50
SOME NEW DESIGNS IN
PREETY   PARLOR  PIECES
Morris Chairs
From Jij.oo to J1R.00
MI IS IOR YOUR CROCKERY WANTS
34 ■**.<!  56   Lontalal* Art.
m  m
BREAD, cakes, PASTRY, BTC.
FRUIT, CANDIE8,
CIOAR8 AND TOBACCOS
BTATIONEBY, MAGAZINES
OFFICE SUPPLIE8, ETC.
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frcd. Bosquet,   Pro|).
13 I,
Avi
Nenr Fnrry Ltndina
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FOR SALE 50ft. LOTS IN D.L. 2003
Near the Lynn Valley Car Line
A real estate broker bought eight of these loti at Ji3oeach,  considering Ihem cheaper  than
acreage.   You can have one or more, while they last, at the same price
$130.00.   Terms $25 cash and $10 monthly
Martinson & Co.
REAL ESTATE fiROA'ERS
S0RTB VANCOUVER, R.C.
Mm 173. P. O. Box p THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
K
ANDIE
ITSI1EN
P
THE
ALACE VE SWEETS
LACE OE QIALITY
NKW HANK  BUILDING
There is every probability
that within the next six months
a modem hank and office building will grace the south-east
corner of Lonsdale avenue and
1st street. The comer property
is owned by the Hank ol Hamilton and the property immediately adjoining to the south on
Lonsdale avenue, by James C.
Keith. The two owners are
acting conjointly in the project!
and the result will be a splendid
brick and stone laced block,two
storeys in height and presenting
a uniform and unbiokcn facade
along Lonsdale avenue, from ist
street south to the lane. The
corner premises will be lilted up
as a modem banking establishment and the other portions ol
thc ground lloor as stores. The
first storey will be airangul into apartments for living or office purposes.
CIVIC  ELECTIONS
No definite decision lias been
reached as yet, by the ratip.i>-
ers' association as to whal pai I
that organization will lake in
the approaching civic elections.
The probabilities do not appear
to point in the direction of the
association placing a ticket in
the field as at the last election.
The likelihood is that either
neutral attitude will be adopted
or at furthest that independent
candidates will be endorsed or
indicated as preferred by the
association. A general meeting is called lor next week,when
it is hoped to secure a large attendance ol members in onler
that the question may be discussed in all ils bearings, ami .1
definite conclusion reached.
The Christinas decorations at
the Welcome l'arlor are very
pretty and give the store an attractive holiday appearance.
Another scow load of material
for the Lvnn Vallcv extension
arrived this week. Tits are
now being distributed along the
grade and the contractors expect to begin tho laving of steel
about Monday. The contract
for thc poles has been let, and
they will be distributed within
the next few days.
ALEXANDER P. K BILLY
tlnjiii U .mil t'liniitiimler oj Sl. Andrea t Chareh
I'liiilnr   nf   I'ltntn,   Vnftil  and  Theory
If ile.ir*-,! Pupil, prepared lor tlie
lia-nntii I'li-vcnHy Elimination*
v>.,.,/;.,,. HI l'*i ir Unl, I'mir R '■!•".. I'ini*- i  '
' '""'*' us I.,,.,ih, Attam, thaat       AVi* ChaMM
Nnrth ViiiifniiviT, Tiit-*.ln*.i & Fri.inyi.   Kulerenre: Ker.Mr. Gillam
READING CONTEST
I'rolessor R. E. Maitiaghlin,
of McGill university, has arranged through 1'rincipal .1. B,
Dennett, to oiler a prize ol live
dollars worth of books, to tho
boy and to the girl giving the
best reading ol Thomas Campbell's "Hohiiiliniliii," the epilogue to Scott's "Lady of the
Lake," and selections Irom
Aytoun's "The liurial March of
Dundee." The exact date ol
the lontest has not vel been decided, but it will bc approximately about the middle ol J unify. The judges will be I'llllci-
pal   Robinson,   I'rolessor   Rob
ertson and I'rolessor Macnaghten, ol McGill university, Vancouver. Thc contest will be
open to all children of the public school. It is at present
planned to vary the programme
bv musical selections from the
school children and to charge a
nominal admission fee, the pro-
lee.ls to lie given to the library
lund of thr school.
In order that the several selections may bc readily available
bv all the pupils, The Express is
pleased to accede to the request
to print them in lull, as follows:
The combat deepens.    On, ye brave,
Who rush to glory, or the grave !
Wave, Munich, all thy banners wave !
And charge with all thy chivalry !
Few, few shall part, where many meet !
The'snow shall he their winding-sheet,
And every turf beneath their feet
Shall be a soldier's sepulchre.
HOHBNLINDBN
(In Linden, when the --un Mas low,
All bloodless l.iv th'  untrodden slum .
Ami diirk ,is winter was the kn
Of Iser, rolling rapidlv.
Hut  Linden s.m  another sight,
When the drum beat, at dead of nighl,
Commanding lues ol death to light
The darkness of her suiierv.
iu torch and trumpet last irrny'd,
I'.ach   horseman  dnw   Ills  battle-blade,
And furious even ib.irgei neigh'd,
To join the dreadful h uin
Then shook the hills, with thunder riven;
Then rusll'd the steed In battle driven;
And, liiiiilii than tin bulls ol heaven,
Far llash'il the red artillm
Hut redder ut that light shall glow
On Linden's hills of slaiiuM snow,
Atul  bloodier  \et   lilt   tot Mil   llow
()( Iser, rolling rapidly.
"fis iiioin, but M.trii um bul sun
dm pierce the wnr-clondi, rolling dun,
Whirr furious Frank and itt)  Hun
Shout in their sulph'rous canop).
LADY  OF  THE  LAKK  (Epilogue)
Harp of the North, farewell !  The hills grow dark,
On purple peaks a deeper shade descending.
In twilight copse the glow-worm lights her spark,
The deer, hall-seen, are to the covert wending.
Resume thy wizard elm ! the fountain lending,
And the wild breese, thy wilder minstrelsy;
! Thy numbers sweet with nature's vespers blending,
With distant echo from the fold and lea,
And herd-boy's evening pipe, and hum of housing
bee.
Yet, once again, farewell, thou Minstrel Harp !
Yet, once again, forgive my feeble sway,
And little reck I of the censure sharp
May idly cavil at an idle lay.
Much have 1 owed thy strains on lile's long wav,
Through secret woes the world has never known.
When on the weary night dawn'd wearier day,
And bitterer was the grief devour'd alone
That 1 o'erlive such woes,   Enchantress !  Is thine
own.
Hark I   as my lingering footsteps slow retire,
Some spirit of the Air has waked thv string !
'Tis now a seraph told, with touch of fire,
Tis now the brush of Fairy's Irolic wing
Receding now, the dying numbers ring
Fainter and fainter down the rugged dell,
And now the mountain breer.es scarcely bring
A wandering witch-note of the distant spell—
And now, 'tis silent all!—Enchantress,  lare  thee
well !
THK  HIKIAL   MARCH  OF  IKNDKK
Stanzas two (U lines), four and live
On the heights of Killiecrankir
Yester-morn onr army lay:
Slowly rose the mist in columns
From the river's broken way;
Hoarselv roared the swollen torrent,
And the Pass was wrapt in gloom,
When the clansmen rose together
From their lair amidst the broom
Then we belted on our tartans,
And our bonnets down we drew,
And we felt our broadswords' edges.
And we proved them to he true,
And we prayed the prayer of soldiers,
And we cried the gathering cry,
And we clasped thc hands of kinsmen,
And we swore to do or die !
Then our leader rode before us
On his war-horse black as night-
Well the Caim-Ionian rebels
Knew that charger in the fight !■—
And a cry of exultation
From the bearded warriors rose;
Tot we loved the house oi Claver'se,
And we thought of good Montrose.
But he raised his hand for silence—
"Soldiers !   I have sworn a vow:
Ere the evening star shall glisten
On Schehallion's lofty brow,
Either we shall rest in triumph,
Or another ol the Graemes
Shall have died in battle-harness
For his country and King James !
IV.
And the evening star was shining
On Schehallion's distant head,
When we wiped our bloody broadswords
And returned to count the dead.
There we found him gashed and gory,
Stretched upon the cumliercd plain,
As he told us where to seek him,
In the thickest of the slain.
And a smile was on his visage,
For within his dying ear
Pealed the joyful note ol triumph,
And the clansmen's clamorous iluir
So, amidst the battle's thunder,
Shot, and steel, and scorching flame,
In the glory ol his manhood
Passed the spirit ol the Graeme !
V.
Open wide the vaults of Atholl,
Where the bones of heroes rest-
Open wide the hallowed portals
To receive another guest !
Last of Scots, and last of freemen-
Last of all that dauntless race,
Who would rather die unsullied
Than outlive lhe land's disgrace !
0 thou lion-hearted warrior !
Reck not "of the niter time:
Honor mav Ih deemed dishonour,
Loyaltv be called | irinitI,
Sleep in peace with kindred ashes
01 the noble and the true,
Hands that never (ailed tlieir country,
Hearts that never baseness knew.
Sleep !—and till the latest trumpet
Wakes the dead Irom earth and sea,
Scotland shall not boMl a braver
Chieftain than our own Dundee ! THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXTRESS
North \'an. oi vsr, It   C,
apt, lhan when applied   to   the
municipalities   on   the.   north
   shore of  Burrard Inlet,    Not
only are the city and the din-
♦1.00   [trict ol Nortk    Vancouver   endowed   with   natural   resources
11.111* aaK  M  H
lllll'   Va.lt H	
Sla monthi M
Tbree monthi .'.'5    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Uniieil Btattiand For-aijn,|I.Mpery»»r and advantages oi such a nature
 as iu eliminate any possibility
AUVKKTISIXtl   IHII* 'oi their  casting   covetous   eyes
Tni.-ii.iKM Diipui  AiivKiu'isiiMKSTi*— upon  similar t'lidowiuents   eu-
.'iii i*.'ins |*,*r inch eueli iiiM-rtiuli
Loons Norms, Bn - 11.00 per Inch per
month.
lue imi i i'iii*k Son ii u 90
10 days, |7J "
I.., a    in\ miiiMsa.   1 i r-1  IiiM-rliiui, ltl_____________________________mm
eeiil.-per Inn .'*i* h-iilisiijii. nl iii.er   How   ill  lllc   preliminary   stage..
fco.feyer.ta. „,       ,,,,, ,,,, ,„ „,„■
Hk-i-iv.  N - is   I -a, ii   \,i, ( ,.| = am
onn  10oi ■■.' : 'in i,eachInsertion  o» development, which wiu vryo-
i isaiim- it.it.- ;ir- talit/.i imu actualities, many ol
r,inti *i .i.'.i.riiiii*; ta, -(..in- taken,        I.,
,h ■*.' sanguine anticipation-
Allehiiiiiri'iiiiiuiiiiiii'tailveriiiieiiieiiti. ol Uiosc   ilosely   interested
BUI     I..'   Ill    ll,,'  llttndl aai  tl|,< prillilT I
joyed by any municipality   in
lhe land, bul all signs point al*
,Mi so with convincing force lo thr
I,nl that the north shore is ii til
^^^^^^^^     tile most
uiiui'tailveriiiii'iiii-iii.- "i thOK   ilosely   interested    in
the development oi those potfi
Norih \ l
■ li.   Ill a .    17,    Iljllj
CIVIC ELECTIONS
Wtllll'-.l II "VMI *pn hi lentil,11 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Intlli'll'M I-'" bilitics.
—mo——a — j   \\ii,a with the britlgiiig ol the
Second Narrows, ami the construction ol a service lalhvj,
along our waterfront, the i\i- n-
sion oi the tram service, cast,
west and north, the building ol
a splendid trunk road throughout the western portion ol the
Nominations for the positions diatrict, the establishment oj tool mayor nnd ol aldermen  [01 ,i„sU1„., 0- itt&, proportions
the   ul\    an.l    the    dUtrlCt    ol   th, su,aay Mv_ ol pgpmgUoB,
North Vnncouver, will be held overcrowding the * ...uluhle aeon Monday,  lanuar) ,o, mi... cullimutiaiio.i and Hu ininasi
an.l   polling   [ot   the   same   OB  „, klCdl lrad,| ,„,,,,,,,,,,„•  ,.,„,„
Tlnils.lai   iln   13th   as   im    .he M,ihdeVclop.i-i'il.s,l 1-1 llnr with
city, .1.1.1 on Snturday, the ijUi oUl,,. lokl.1IS 0, mtrked ,l,KillKt.
as lor the- district, lm.Ml| eonditio.is al North V..11-
It is a statement  applicable couver are assuredly in 1 tnont
alike todt) and to diitrict mu- healthy slate, ami the outlook
nicipalities throughout the en« i,,-* proiperitj and progress, is
tire wisi.iu portions ol Canada|unexcelled on ihe continent.
that conditions are nek a  ta
■jrc.iiU magnif) the importune*
Ol   the   annual   livii   I'lut'.oii •
\\ hiU then elections are alu 1 a
of pi nue importance in 11 *
incorporated community, it  is
lieu 1 llu leal 1 \ liiini  that  in  'I 1
nbiii portions ..1 iln dominion,
t lit 11  .ui  li wi 1  1 Klin nts 1 liter
mj; inin iln* situation.
ol iIiiim communities have
Specials for   THIS WEEK
The   Sherwin-Williamt   Paintt   Ceter   thi    Earth
3rd Street
Ii in  the public eye.
A 5-room house in block 129
for a cash payment of tWoo and
the balance as rent.
Price only $2700
West Capilano
See   us  about   acreage- in the
coming west end.
ELDER MURRAY CO.
37 Korth Vnncouver
m Vnncouver
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
A Christina! Hut »t lowest price!.    See nur fl.7*\ t'.',M nml ■!'-"-•> lints*
CHRISTMAS NOVKI.TIKS-Finry satin and veliel eu-liiim tups, hat pie,
mntrli, wliisk ind watrli liolrlers.   Kiiiiei pin cushions (miii He, '.Vv to ftMO
Store np«n eneli evening until ! o'clock until Xmas.
Saturdays 10 p.m.
MISS  CURLE    MJ Imkk Are.   Xnith Vn,,,.-„■,,;
% CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS
*^^4r*V^fV#3,^*{M's***,**l'4{**V*l*v**'vv****!**** ♦J**J»*3^*t*•!*•*• *!*****J*••**•**•**•• ****•♦*!• *•*••**•**•**?*••*
THE LONSDALE PUAAM.lt)
SELLS DRUGS AXD MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   PRICES    ...
TRADE AT HOME
A
Kootenay
Range
Would
Make
Her
Happy
Th.
hi
In view ol these conditions,
en 1 \ ratepayer will readily ie*
cognin the tact that jusi at
this juncture, the clu lion ol llie
respective councils uniines an
aspect oi niinii more than ui-
iliu.ii) importance and demands
. \.. ptional care and consideration, in oitkr lhat the ultimate
"*") ihuiu shall exempli!} tin wisest and the. besl 111 all respects
man) yean 'pursued u,i even ,„ lmrl ,,u, Mllla,10I1,      -rk,
Uni,r   "'   """    »,*y."   s-ixt Kivantngenol North Vancouver
popul.it...,; experiencing perhaps ilfl „„ m,„, U)„sl,Kuulls  ,,,„„
• sm at   ...1   same time u.e siaiuipo.i.t m material  u-
nt) mi,,   accretion,  ,„„.  ,l„ Mimu!i   t,M„   bm   lhc  largl.
duties   devolving    upon    "'m nulll|,ir m nun anion-; lier rate-'
councils, prenenting meagre,   u p.e,ers, who an eminently ntted
a„} departure iron Uu routine l0 ,ulm,„„u.r .-*,. a,uirs ,lt lhl.
buiiness, which „.,i.n,..ili chai dtj ^ ^ diitrict it the pre-
acterues the attain of incorpor Mlll lluU)i „, eveBUi Ul , maI1.
..tm area*    Where smh condi- m.,. al WKi. UighU ,udaMi. u,
turns obla..,,  111.   policj    ...  lhe   Ui,...m1us .„„, a(1idnlagco„s l0
council   hu   no   verj   potent u.e north slum,
bearing upon  Um growth  ud
lil  H   iaipllllllt     Hi      llll      llll      111     lIlS
triii     im ilu othei hud,   llu
iiisl, 111 pot U.'lls ol 1. .ill.ui.t au
loil.n   throbbing  \Mlli   the.   1111-
The 1.\iliise oi the ballot   by
tin* individual voter, with dm
dcllbeialloii and illsililinuatlou,
wlll willuuil iliuibl risull 111 tlie
election ed a diitrict and a ui\
ul   lllrorolll   lile,   lillls.ll- .,      li L  —111 , .1.
1 * uiiiiiiil whuh will luiilinue the-
iiij;  with  ihr spllll ol trelilillil-
ous progrt ■ .in.l ii> vclopment,
to .1 degrei  to n'hich probnbl)
no p..1 tion .-I th. globe has pn
vioualj passed liirough such ex
pi I nines.
harmonious relationshlpt hitherto iMsllli'; between llie two
llllllllll|>alltns alld whieh, while
properl)   iaiieguardin| all   the
miiiists involved, will assist
.iiul   .in.in,iu   the    forward
i'i"" aentern 1 lilioni as movtmul now at hand, upon a
tlm .it prcnul exist, Um icopi m„h„i  baaii  ud  upon  righl
ni ih, sctivities ol inu govern iu,i 1,
in;; bodies il gn aU) extended,
DI.MAM) FOK llnl SES
and lh. potentialities contained
in llu  1*'.In)   which   U)   stub
. uiai inlliiw, ai, greatl) According lo advici procurw
increased, Irom Uu moil reliable ud tin
ib. principles which control bul informed icnieii, owners
ini.il .ttntuih  ol stub   1 "I   iiiiiinumn   producing   |n<>
iiii spun 1,1 progress ud pert) In the city, wonld do wall
01 iiitupiisc* whnh actuates its to cardnilj Investigate Uu i-p-
imiulaii     i|>,    abiliii   and   Uu portunitj   whnh now   oilers lor
adaptabilit) whnh tho* mun Uw   pwifitabli   Invutinut   of
ring to nut 1 the situation immey, in Uu erection ol I1011..1:,
in ,,11 ns special developments, ol moderate si/e ud coat,  ior
11,,|,tn.11   which the}   en rutal purpo«.    Ihe in ini.y
im,,111 of tin advutages,   thi loi houm inr rut. Is ti-posted
i     Ibilities  1 ilu destiny ol ai being verj strcim ard  i>-r-
tlu  iniillv whuh III. 1   Krvi sislilil.     On Ibe .ilhc li.ind thi-
ib npon which theli nun  wffl) '■■ ** ' f*  -,:   ,,l(' 'll-"
lal ..ilibie predisposes Ihem lo mud li strong, Inuiimch   as
GIVE   US A   TRIAL
XEXT ORDER.
OX   YOUR
PHONE a;
^^^^^^^^   ien we have
Clothes Wringers Nickel-plated Copper
Washing Machines Coffee Perculators
Carpet Sweepers Tea Pots
Asbestos Irons Tea Kettles
Sewing Machines Silverware
Carving Sets Table Cutlery
And other goods, which would make excellent
Chirlmas Gilts.
Paine  & McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
P. S.  THOMAS, Phm. 11.
DRUGGIST
U t HI It t It t H H M >' ..-^i^,',,-^^     Tht   Sftirwi„.9illiami   Painti   Cotir   thi   Earth
is staled that the most frequent
Inquiry is lor resiliences raiiRinj;
Irom a (our roomed cottage
that would rent (or lilleeti dollars per month, to a six roomed
houm rating at Irom Iwent)
to Uventy-live dollars.
There is every assurance that   1
property owners would find the I
erection at such houses | prolit- A«  r AKlu)
able investment, while the mer- C.enerol Contractor
chants and  the  city  at  Urge,      U„,l cicunng, Stump ..,,1 IWk
•     General Contractor
CLKAUNG, GBADIMO,  KXi'AVAT-
INU, Kte.
235 f'ud sireei M, ■ Norm Vancouver
SEE US  FOR
SASH  DOORS  MOULDINGS  BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,  ETC, ETC.
I I l.|."lil» S SH & Dl (li I vi III! v foot of St. George
We mlieil 11 Irlnl liil nn vniir (Men mnnll or large
would  likewise  (rreatly  benefit
by Uie result.
I.ljaiinj. Kitr» ■ nr II 1
An ilmnine- "'•'I*' n'i*'*
M
K M I-1. i> Y M ■ N T     AOMNCT
laid St. W»*l ,,f I ..,,<■.! ,lr
I'll. Bom ii
Limited
DIMENSION LUMBEB
BHIPLAP
BU8TIC
BH1NGLK8
LATB
FINISHING LUMBEB
ETC., ETC.
Oiir prices tin right,
LET Us QIVE YOU A
FIGURE OS VOIR
LUMBER BILL
EYM01R  LIMBLR
CO., LFD.
taaaalt
17th Street, Norlh Vanrouier
III
NKW WB8TMINSTKB   I.AM)
DISTRICT
Distriit ol New Westininster
groceries
provisions
boots and shoes
cents' fUrNisH'Ncs
Our aim  is to kim' Mtisfsctioa
to our 1 nstomen
Oui li liii n |OM I" *ill parts ol
tIn- 1 ily. II vnn ll.ne no tele
pliain,   leave  nun 11.une antl
our delivery srill call,
DODDS t>
TYSON
Telephom \t
Cor. 8th Si snd Lonsdsli
North Vancouver Specials
DOUBLE CORNBH    clou   to Grand Bonienrd, size
*,:47      I'm.   I873,     M75 cash, balance  0, U and
Is 11111111I1-* al 7 pel v. nl
LOT OM uuh STREET, all cleared, close to car.   Price
Ijij   One third c lib, balance 6 and it.
50ft LOT CLOSE TO LONSDALE      1*150.    ^85 down,
bal.iui.' flu p. 1 niiitilb
C. E. Lawson
Real Estate Specialisl       ij Lonidale Aft.        Phone 70
Board of Trade
N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season n09--l9IO
l-'.M 1 \ TiicmI.h   Class.    St. Andrew's Society.
lit.    IJ   D.iin.      Berrj  Widow Club.
In.    ,1   II.uiu.    Mi 11 \ Widow Club.
.I.m    7   Dame.    N   V   hue Mr 1-4.uK-
Jan. ii   Annual Kfttilf,    llorlicultiirnl Society.
i.m  11 Dance    Uony Widow Club.
Jan. >8   Han..      Mnn  Widow Club.
Feb. It—Dance,    Merry Widow Club.
North Vancouver Roard ol
Trade meets the thiid Tuesday
ol each month, it 8 o'clock p.
m,, in the board room, City
Hall. Executive nntl the lirst
Tuesday ol caih month. W. J.
tmrln, president; J. 0, Farmer,
o, 1,1 C. I-* IACKSON, 13th Streei
S. rUEtt, ftecrctanj,
I. O. O K.
TAKE NOTICE that lirncst
r^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^..^.^.^.^.^.^..^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^ Crockford, of Vaniouver, occu-
pl.ui uuh respect to ilu great Uwn ar. pracUcaUj no bouies I)at,ion cruiser, iniends to appn
interest entrusted to llieir care, avallablt at* tbt present tune, for pennission to punhase the
av u .11 .1   iln ipialm,*. ..t p. a      h jj estimated lhat Erow lilt)  following described land. About' secretary
mnl probit)  .,,,,1 laithlolness to om- hundred lamUiei, desk- __*__• JConuwicin| at a
„,.,,,, ,, , post planted 20 chains easl   ol
which the) bring ... th, position Ing to corns to this nu m u- }he Julhll(lst corm,r of )M .,,,
- -I lies,   ire all Items ol au   1      side, liai,  bun iiiinui ,mav,l.e-  thence   west  bo   chains,   thence
a nature 111 the tin iimi oi CUM ol in.il.iliH   to   smile  I north 40 chains, ihcncc west to     North Vancouver lodge,   No.
the right men to municipal goi   boon   mited to their require- eWat. tkMct aoBtk lo chains, Mi m§its tvery Thursday even-
ernini   bodiw, ll UM  Canadian  mcntl.    Thin tfl  I kn houses *•?  l'aS,1 -8"  dla"1S'  ,tlulUU I int, eorner I.onsdale avenue and
  ,    , , , , north 40 chains more or less to  „.   . ,.,,,,,..
■" ,,U,M""' '"' th,MI "',,n- point ol ioi.ii.iencei.ient. I First street, nt 8 o clock. V.s.t-
li would pinie cxti.iii.lv iiii   ,„its,  but  ih, ,   in   invariably WRNKST CKOCKFORI)     I in(? brrthren muliiillv mviled t*.
•*. imd u)  iiiuniiipaliti rated in lore tlm  *ne uuupbi        ^M nALTiEL DUKE       att,,ni1*    Wwta tnn, H.O.i
in -lu        • rhkl   i l   nd Ut   b   •    nmu   m  nl Agent Thos, S. Nye, Kec.-sec; J. H.
  ni'.i.   tin  , .11 lust possil'l.   date     li  October 4, 1909. 9*19 Pilling, Fin.-aec.
FAIWVIEW tSQUIMALT GRFTNH0LSES
laa nil,*, I
1 ll*,l,l'-t
CIT FLOWERS
in limn ,il L.n.-1 1 • r 1 ■ ■ -.      Iliu* n> it Irinl lur
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
607 lla.ilii.cii SI., W. Vancouver, ft.C THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Ti.e Opening and Mninininiiig of a
Savings Bank Account im n duly that
everyone owes, hoili to themselves
and to those dependent on them.
Your Savings Account Solicited.
'   H.   I,.   PAYNTEK, Agent
NORTH VANCOUVKR, B, C.
It's Our Business to
Have the Right Suit
for  the   Right  Man..
lie give to every man his unalienable right to
think lor himsell antl i boost* lor himself. We have
built up this business on the theory thai most men
know exactly what they do want—and that it is
our duty lo have it.
As Iar as a great organi/aiioii like Kil-Rclortii
can cater to every taste, we do it, we make it our
business to have styles and patterns, in so wide a
range, that every man will find his lavonlc iashion
and ellect in Fit-Reform hand tailored garments
A visit to the Fit-Re-form wardrobe will probably save you a lot of "looking around" elsewhere,
FIT-REFORM WARDROBE
333 Hastings Street, VV.
Vancouver
Ratepayers'
Association
General  Meeting
A General Meeting of  tin-  Katopayern'
Association will lie held next
Monday, 20th December
at 8 o'clock p.m. in
The North Stoie of Home Block
The meeting will discuss thfdirtlicoining
elections and nttejuv ers should nol lose this
opportunity of forming n clear idea of the
main issues before lhe electoriitc^oni all
points of view.
B. C. GAZETTE
The current issue ol the Gazette contains notice ol lhc holding ol the delayed poll, at Caime
river, Revelstoke riding, Thursday December lbth.
The l'acilic Exploration Co.,
Ltitl., gives notice oi application
lor a water record ol boon cubic
ieet per second, out oi rend 0'
l'eille river, Kootenay district.
Win. M. Frott gives notice ol
aPphi.ition ior a water record
oi live cubic feet oi water per
second out oi Burton creek,East
Kootenay district.
The Michigan - Pugct Sound
Lumber Co., of Detroit, capital
>5o,ooo is registered as an extra-provincial company. Thc
l.oiulon and Lancashire Plate
Glass and Indemnity Co., ol
Canada, head ollice Toronto,
capital $250,000, is licensed as
an extra-provincial company.
Certilicates oi incorporation
liave been issued as lollows: liu-
ccaueer Bay Mining & Development Co., Ltd., capital >5oo,-
000; Sheep Creek Bonanza Mining Co., Ltd., capital *>5oo,ooo;
Surrey Nurseries, Ltd., capital
>25,ooo; J. G. Mortiuiore & Co.
Ltd., capital $10,000; Mission
Water, Light Ik Power Co.,Lid.,,
capital $50,000; Western Specially, Ltd., capital J»io,ooo.
Notice is giveu ol the introduction oi private bills, al the
approaching session, as lollows:
To incorporate a company to
construct a line of railway Irom
thc international boundary to
the source oi Salmon river; lo
incorporate a company to construct a line ol railway Irom
Port Moody, to the mouth ol
Mcslilooet river; to incorporate
the British Columbia Packers'
Association.
A stall consisting of 370,0(15
employees, represents an institution of liberal proportions,
even 111 these days ol big scnein-
es and colossal undertakings
This we are told is the number
oi the stall ol employees oi llie
government oi the I nited States. Oi these 2K,s>47 are employed iu Washington, D. C, the
payroll iu that ciiy totalling
>3<,54*-.»5 dollars per year, or
an average of about .MoKo. eai.li.
Un lhe same basis, tbc total
payroll of the I'uiteh Stales
government would be over $400-
000,000 per year.
Il is estimated that the Panama canal will be completed in
live years. San Francisco aud
San Diego, California, are already engaged in the preliminary stages of a mighty snuggle
to secure thc greal commercial
exposition, by whieh lt is expected the opening ol the canal
will be celebrated.
CHURCH SERVICES
.Methodist church, corner 4th
and St, George's avenue;—
Services at II a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.in p.m.
Sunday school at Moodyville at
II a.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday st 7.3a p.m. Pastor:
Rev. B. H. Balderston, B.A.
Lynn Valley Institute Hall
Services every Sunday niorn-
iag at 11, aad evening at 7 p.m.
St. John the Evangelist, oih
and 13th streets;—
Holy communion, 8 am;
morning prayer 11 a.m.; evening prayer, 7.30 p.m. On the
lirst Sunday in the month there
will be a second celebration ol
tiie holy communion at 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
Services at St. Clement's hall
Lynn Valley:     Morning prayer
II a.m.;   evening prayer 7 p.m.
Print-ia-charge:    Rev.   H.   II
GilliM.
St. Andrew'i Presbyterian
church, 6th street:—
Servioes at ri a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday
at 8 o'clock. Pastor: Rev. J.
D. GiII-mh, M.A.
North Vancouver Catholic Indian Mission
Sunday Services—Mass at 9
a.m. Snnday Khool at 2.30 p.m.
Bcnedktion at 3 p.m. Pastor.
Rev. E. Peytavin, O.M.I.V.G.
Baptist Church, cor. 5th and
St. George:-
Sabbath school st 2 p.m. Ser-
vicse at 3 p.m. and at 7.30 P-m*
GOING Wl UP!
On December I st, as announced, we advanced the prices on
lots in Burrard; the phenomenal sale of this property, however, has not slackened in the least. There are a few of the
large lots
50x122 feet
for $175
One-Quarter   Cash
These few  are in the  second block from   the  wharf.
REMEMBER,  the Bridge  Will Be   Built
Come in and let us tell you what inside information we have
about this.
Only a Few Left.    Secure one or more before they are all
gone.   Your Last Chance.
E. W. MacLEAN ®. CO.
Pender and Richards Street, Vancouver THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
If You are Giving Gloves Give
Trefousse
' Your friend will doubly appreciate the glove gift if
the glove that you select is th il ol the I rdusse make.
You cannot buy a better glove, and quality considered,
you cannot buy a cheaper one. 1 rcfousse gloves are
made to weat and in styles, lit and finish none others
are quite so good.      Neatly every  woman knows
Trefousse gloves and knows (hem lo be the highest
standard ol excellence.
If you cannol select your glove gifts personally, shop
by mail, your ordeis will be promptly, ciniully and
satisfactory lilled.
Below we nuke particular mention of our best selling
gloves to the Christmas trade:
Tre'uuiH litre i„\ t\,„,.   .,
tniaai.iiiii. in,.-, .int  oversewn
-,'1,111- 111 IHII. Lvowi.grej. ua*. I
a.1*1 ra.,1*. | It *     ,i!t!a. 111 n 11 V - *, I Ihi k
.till    llll,I.  I   I.II   *  || -     it
II.SO a  pair
Trefeii..,' ilaee kid |lo h in
n, 1..tn11.. rUipai      .an*iiiti'ii
r.l; ill .1/  -, Hi l>.*.. k, all.II,* ,.l|.|
treated e*ul,,ra. hi
11.7} ■ pair
la
■ ■ wii ..li.l pfqlli  illd Iini    la I. • :   lltue a*   lla Tall,, l.'aaai 11,
grejr, bearer hii.I lilatrk. 111
il .75 A P*IR
Treloone loaf ilaee  k..i ..r
1 I* *.'■■
1.ii.ii. *u luedei
. alll'l   i llll,*. .1
$2 60 TO S4 CO A PAIR
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
575 Granville Street   , Phone 3541
CHURCH ANNIVERSARY
N0RIttV4NCGlJVLR fEURY IMI TABEE
STEAMEB ST. GEORGE
STR. NORTH VANCOU\ r.R
Leave Van.
Leave X. Van.
Leave N. Win.
l.i ave Van.
*6.2o a.m.
•6.45 a.m.
"*).2o a.m.
•0.45 a.m.
:■:><> "
7-5°   "
•7.20   "
•S.oo   "
B.30 "
0.50   "
•8.10  "
•8.50   "
4.15 "
9.45   "
9.20
9-45   "
10.15 "
10.45   "
10.15  "
10.45   "
1115 "
11-15   "
11.15  "
n.45   "
12.15 p.».
IMS P-»>-
12.15 p.m.
12.45 p-m.
1.15 "
1**15   "
1.15  '
1-45   "
MJ   "
2-45   "
2.15   "
2-15   "
JI5   "
1.43  "
J.15 "
3-45   "
41s    '
1**15   "
4*15   "
4-45   "
5-15   "
5 15   "
5'5
545   "
IS. 15   "
"15   "
6.15   "
6*45   "
y.jj  "
7-45   "
7.25   "
7-45   "
s in   "
S-45  "
s 15   "
S*45   "
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12.mi
• Not
in Sunday.
Timi
T.i! le   Slll'jei 1    In
change without
tlollie.
LYNN VALLEY
But Imt lot wbdi virion mi the market.    22
Fronting on Pipe Line road.   1120 (out frontage on Lyon
ink.    Contract let inr stint cin to property. Price
S.i " per acre.   TmbuImoo caih,   balance 1, 2 ami .1
\, .US
Two lots, 1 1-1 Mocks Irmn boulevard, only 5250
caih. i-i i.ish, halancc h anil 13 months. This is .1
line lm\.	
MAY v^ BURNS
Re il ;
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COrKSI   OF CONSTRUI l"ION
Weui handle as nun-, iimre.    If you ire thinking oi budding
Ml ii- md 1.dk the in,mer wel
CiMPBtll * MILLER
806 Lonidale Vv«
Nnrlh Vanrouvi
%
Turkey*
Place your order NOW to ensure delivery
at Christmas
Wr handle nothing but  llu- lw-1 ainl JTOU  w,il liml  iln   tufluyi
Ol III 'a'.     a|U*lllU   .unl j ghl.
C. R. HICKMAN
lie    Qwftj
Phone 40 llll Lonidale
The special anniversary ser-
vkes al Sl. Andrew's l'resby-
itnaii eliurch 011 Sunday last,
weie marketl by a degree of interest   and   enthusiasm,    that
111,11 Liil a new  slandard in the
»
annals ol llus congregation.
Un account oi lhc inclement
weal lur in ihe morning, Uie at-
Uml,mu wa.s BOt greatly in excess ol the usual congregation.
The service, iu lhe hands ol
Rev. J. ;->. Henderson, ol .New
Westminster, was bright and
imp-Ting. "The Christ Wc
Need," was the theme, llu
Speaker juo-iiig that llie Jesus
who walked 111 Galilei is essential lo hie 111 liriiish Columbia
today.
Al the t veiling sel vice, the
edifice was lilled to the doors.
The doors oi the side rooms
were tin own open, lor the lirst
lime, thus greatly increasing
the accommodation, notwithstanding which lact, every a-
vailable seal was occupied.
Principal McKay, in a brilli-
anl sermon on "Christ The Corner Stone" showed that Christ
was the culmination oi his own
age. Thai in Him, Jewish re
ligion and Greek philosophy
lound their Inundation antl llieir
unity, The speaker sought to
demooitratl thai every movement in our tluy ami every life
required the Christ, in oruer to
attain the needed .solidity   aod
balance, Hu close attention
accorded Dr. McKay, c.uiiipliti-
cd the spcakir's skill in bringing inline io ordinary lives ihe
great principles ol past ages
wilh vividness and lealness.
i he choir under the able leadership ol .Mr. Rcilly, performed
with their usual stiuess, and
the siilos by Miss Dei nice Phillips and Mr. JlacDonaltl, were
lnglih  appreciated.
The sale ol work held by the
Ladiet' Aid on Tuesdav, wns an
unqualified ncceu,   in ilu* un
ii* 111 llie auditorium was planted the north pole covered with
irosi and snow, while ii.unties
to tempt the appetile oi Cook
.unl Peaty wen- taitefally dis-
played, A warm welcome 9
waited   everyone   at the pole.
This It.itnie was plesiilul o\el
bv Airs C. Ine/. llall aiid Mrs.
C. Gladwin. On the lelt side
the Chinese laundry was iu full
•wing, in chargi oi Mrs. McBain   and   Miss   Marshall,   aiul
tin. patrons evidenced a greatei
surprise and delight thai is
usual]-, shown alter paying lol
laundry, On the right Itood
the booth ol lalicy work and
dolls, under the supervision ol
Mosil.tines Stevenson, I,ill.1111,
and Newcombe! ami this spot
received liberal patronage all
the time.
The splendid suppci in lhe
evening, i as served in the body
nl the iliiinh aiiil atlraeted all
hilarious crowd. Among those
in alttiiilancc upon tllc tables
wn, iiuiul Mesdaiiies Ilay,IIas-
kms, Pilliig, fowler, Gili, Har-
clay, Simpaon, l'atton, Tyson,
A. S. Gladwil and King, these
were assisUd by many youngti
ladies who made atlruiliw
waitresses.
Tli.inks are dm- all who contributed artieles lor sale, all
line.e who so ,-lblv asslsttd 111
making ihe niii 1 i.iinmuil such
a gratifying smccss, including
the yotUg men who asiu(aed
ihe heavier work, ami in ilu
general public lor thaii liberal
p,illiili,ige.       No  difficult)   was
, iperienced in disposing oi all
llu .11 iiiles nm red, and a good-
\) ■ uiu was ih,ind as a result
nl iiii  nndtrt.iking.
ATHLI-TIC CLUB
The ineiiilii'.'i ol this (Iub 1
thoM who  .i.iv-u  s'.ib.'.i'lilidl   to-
w.ml acquiring the control   ol
ilie .illdi iii ground will meet in
the rOOUl 111 the Tll11lllpS1.il blntk
above tin* Welcome parlor,  mi
Thlirsd.i-.   eli lllll-;  DUt, ill dghl
a'  a  laa, k,    III   t.lkf   SllllS   tO   (irg«l|-
lie tin   iiiiii 1111  the propoied
inw basis.    Oval V" Ml In 1"
a I thniugli tht' vigorous
1 l"ils nf Mr. Willi.uns, and he
and llie gentlemen wlm have so
readily responded tO tin Clli ale
iiitiilul to hearty commendation, The at lib tn giniiiuts for
the young, under the best aus-
p:us possible, is a most desir-
ill.].- ii Hi *iinl the hope is now
wan.iiiiiii lhat this ian Tic as-
1 I" Ini'e the laflM "I llu
nplii.n obtained by Messrs.Williams .md I'hilip,
NorVTH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
OONDIICTIO IT
THE MESSES DAWSON
Certificated Surgical, Medical tnd
Maternity Nuraei
Nyriii Snt lut on ttpttctiat
Fur  terms apple  at lb* Hoipilal
Cur. 15th Street it Sl. indraw'i At*
PHONE •«
iimmmammmmmwm
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li.l!. SCOTT, Proprietor
I i"ll nnrl rnmflele itock nf (hoceriei
F niii, liniry I'nnliieti, Ftour and Fred
Vaj/tnblri, tta., kepi on hand.
Delivery made to all parti ol tha ell;
Off. Keith Road and latum Irtnif
Phone 92,     Xorth Vancouver
II.
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Manufaeturir
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all 1.1:, !■ oi Miaiiou tnd Antique Furniture, Store, Olllco, Bank tnd Ilm Fixture-.   Kepairing in ill ill brtnchti.
F-L'HNITUHB  •TOHAtiB
173 i'ii 1 i*l at.«'., Bat. ilnait.rll.lal anil Lnnidala
Oppoaltt HdlKWl
MAIL OBDMI given prompt attention
Link for the above trade mark,
th ligl ol quality, on your
c, real loods.
We manufacture the belt
Rolled Oats
on the market today.
Leave your orden with us for
HAY, GRAIN
AND   CHOP
Prompt Delivery
Satisfaction Guaranteed
ih. Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonidale Avenue,
at Ferry Landing
Jas. Chapman,   local manager.
NUGGET
JEWELLERY
Your lar diitant frienda will keenly appreciate Chrlltmil
gifts of nugget-mounted gold joivellery.
Bronchoi, Watch Chains, Cuff (.inks, Tie I'ini, Senrf I'ini-,
Bar Pinn, etc., are inrlinleil in llii. itnii|iie lino. Smivenir- aai
Canada, of Hritinh Culnmliiii ami nl Vancouver likewise make
very deairehlt- gifts. Tln-y convey tu friemli nn iinpiessimi ul
tliia, your adopted home.
Our atoeki in tins,- llmhlTI Im-ii iwnmhlnd with euro and
taste.  They offer tina-.-nulI.-,I opportunity for cbeto*,
Your lolection -almulil he niaile now, that your gifta may
reaeh tlieir destination Mure Chrlatmil,
mm
Heny Birks & Sons, Ltd.   :
Gold and Silversmiths *
Geo. E. Trorey, All cars slop at Birlc's        S
Manging Diroctor r n
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Chas. H. Cates
PILE DRIVING
AND
General Contracting
APPLY at
HEAD OFFICE-Rooms 12 ami 13,   I'lnck Block
161 Hastings Street, W     T«i«pboD6 8090
Or Cates' Wharf,  North Vueouvtr.     l'lione ]3C
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Cart leave  lerry  landing (or
all points, as lollows:
•6.15 a.m.
•6.43  "
•7.10  "
7-50  "
8.J0   "       „,
8.50  "
9.10  "
9*45  "
After which cars leave at ten
minutes past the hour and twenty minutes  to  the hour  until
midnight.
Cars leave Lonsdale Avriuie,
Keith Road, and Queensbury
Avenue Terminals as follows:
COAL
NEW WKU.INGTONCoal
direct from Ih. mine.
Plice roar orders now tnd
secure vour irlnUr'a anpply.
Large ahipmenla will arrive
in a few dava. Prices right
Urge lupply of WOOD
alwtvi on hand	
P.   LARSON
Hotel North Vancouver
Telephone No. a.
*6.oj a.m.
•6.30  "
•7.00   "
*7-35   "
8.05  "
8.35   "
9.00  "
9,35 "
9-43 "
10.25  "
to-55  "
Alter which cars leave *i live
minutes to the hour and twenty-five minutei alter tli hour
until midnight.
For Grouse Mountain take the Lonsdale Avenue car. For
Lynn Valley take the Queensbury Avenue car. For Capilano
take the Keith Road car.
• Not on Sunday.
3rd itr.et, cor Lonidale av.
BLACKSM1THING
HORSESHOEING
ITIIL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
ETC., ETC.
Tool Sharpening a ipeeialty
West Vancouver Moter Launch Service
Launch "Weit Vancouver," Captain Hlack
Licemed lor 35 paiingm
TIME TABLE
U«.m W».i Van-rarer
Hi>lljturn Whirl
(very t*-| I va«(>l Sumta>
I.. .,i-t v.ii.'niir.r
1 in hnW winti
H.00 a.m.
10.00 a.m.
1 a.00 a.m.
14.00 p.m
16.00 p.m.
1 S.oo p.m
7.35 a.m.
9.00 a.m.
11.00 a.m.
13.00 p.m,
15.00 p.m.
17.00 p.m.
19.00 p.m ftaturda-e Only       •   22.00 pin.
9.30 a.m Bund.- V-hrdule 14 °° P '"
17.00 p.m         "  itoo p.m.
Quicken route Irom North Vancouver lo the district beyond
Capilano River. Launch "West Vanconver" makes connections, without (ail, with the lerry iteamers Irom North Vancouver, as per above schedule.
PALACE
HOTEL
H. E. KRIGER
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes oi Brickwork.
All Work Guaranteed
Corner Fifteenth tt, and Mthol Av.
Km • :
fi mi per and up
Special ratei to families and to regular
boarders	
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPflllTORS
Sicond Strut,
NORTH   VANCOUVER, ti. C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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LAST CHANCE to purchase—at lirst ids' The
remaining untold lots In lhe following uti
LOTS IN HLOCK 128, DISTRICT LOT 543,
bounded bv Lonsdale Avenue, .\ird slreet,
J|tli street, and Cheslerlield Avenue. Convenient to cariine,    Pricea 9150 and up par
lot—eas\  terms.
LOTS   IN   I).   L.   173.    l.lh street, 7th street alld
Keith road.    Convenient to cariine,    Men
f6J0 per lot and up-easy terms.
LOTS I.N I). L. 514. "Harbor View" Trait.
(City) I'lius I173 per lot and up—easy
ternis.
Largi Im ol beat  btji la City and District to
ehoose llolli    some ol the properties at LAST
YEAR'S PUCES.
WANTED FROM OWNERS.
Owners desiring to sell any or all ol Iheir North
Vancouver properties can get quick results bv
listing exclusively with us—if prices are right
Our record as to reliability, accuracy, and
prompt attention to the interests of our
clients has never been excelled and seldom
equalled.
WEST  VANCOUVER.
Acreage west of Capilano commands ready
sale at good prices, and owners can sell for
cash by listing with us.
INTENDING PURCHASERS
can have the lienefit of our large antl exclusive-
list of best properties in city and distriit.
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N'l-W RAILWAYS
There are   many   leasons   to
Conclude thai British Columbia
is on the eve ol an ei.i nl \n\
active ami extensive railwa)
building throughout the province. The neat luture will
doubthhs see operation! coin-
iiiiuii'il ou the contraction ol
the C.N.R. withm 11. C, and
also ol the Kettle Rivet Vallcv
railwa). There are encouraging signs oi a renewal ol aiini
ty in building upon the part ol
the V. V. & B. railwav company. Construction will be u
lively carried lorward on the
Howe Sound, Pciiibcriou .Ui.nl-
ovvs and Northern railway.
There are to date, no fcvui
lhan 11 applications lor private bills to collie belore lhe
approaching sessions ol the
provincial legislature, having
to do with railway charted.
The building ol lhe mam line
ol lhc G. T. P. will be amrget*
icallv prosei uud, ami this min
pany may be expected to Imlil
ils own with ng,ml to tin- construction oi branch Inns as
well.
Hy starling Irom the basis ol
thesi murancei ami projecting
the movement now apparent in
railway building along llie Inn
of normal commercial probabil
ltles, onlv one loliilusioii ,ip
pears at all possible, n.inicl-.,
that ihe long expected and earnestly longed Ior era ol train
portation has at length arrived
and that lhe moveiiuiil will ex-
pcneiiee IJltle or no abatciiicm,
until practically every section
ol our magnificent province is
provided with railwa) Iai llilies
The resultant impetus to ever)
line of trade, commerce, 111.mu
failure, etc., that must lotion
upon the opening up ol the vasl
undeveloped natural mwiai ol
British Columbia, ensures ior
the, years lying iu the iiiiineili
ate future, a measure oj prosperity whiih beggars deecrlp
tion,
CANADIAN STEAMSHIPS
The total 01 Canadian owned
sit*.unships dulv registered with
the steamboat   Inipertion  is
partmeiit, is 1897, with M l|
gregate tonnage ol 103,530   ■''"'
the vear 1908 to 1909 thtlt Wttt
likewise i*t steamers lameeted
but not registered 111 the doniin-
inii, whoa  aggregate  tonnage
was   181,373,        'lie    total    lies
collected wen* 17,937.34.
During the yeai  eleven   new
su,unships weie added to llu
dominion ships in Britiih 1 ol
uinliia, with a gloss lolin,1-1 1,1
753.
ihe following ii 1. iteamen
stranded or i.m aground during
tin- year: S.S. Hope ol \ Ictor-
ia, on April 13 ami again 011
December 5, iyo,\ Vadeo ol \ k-
lona 011 IK inin 1 .'ti, lyoS; Iroquois, November 17, iyo8; S.S.
Amur and \ .nlso, September
ly,   n-o.S;  l'rtlliess Km.il,  NOV.
8, 1908; Charmer, Decembei   \,
I908, AH ol lluse weie again
made seawoiilii ami replaced in
commission.
The lollowing 11. C. sh .um is
stranded and bnaiite a lolal
loss Albalioss ol \uloria,
August 8, i-|i'\ C.ileiln 111.1 ni
\ iila.n.i, .1.11111,11 -,   1.',  l.'"i, the
steaineis favorite, Jaanar) ta,
ami .lohn P, Douglas, .l.uiii.m
lo,  Ivi, Wl le i.iught III tile lu*
ami destroyed; Uarch in,
tug Data oi \ ninii.1, grounded
mi .mm 1, ami slid oil mlu deip
waiei, .1 total loas; Uarcl
gasoline launch An.nine ol
Vancouvi 1, was burned lo tlu
l/l ih l's  edge  .iiul  sank  I  lolal
loss,   . 1.mu, 111    IJ,   1 |,   ;, H
\ inline, ul \ ii toria, caught iiii
while lying .11 iln wh,ui at Iiiiiiiii *s, Skull,1 iiiii, ami WM
turned to tin water's edge,hull
a total loss.
Mai 6, 19088.8, Hltn ul \ii
Iiii 1,1 was nil ked up on llie wi .1
10,ist ui vancouvei  Inland b)
iln* sti .mu t Tns ami lowed lo
\ iiinn.1. The lail shall of the
engine was biokeii ami a lieu
one was lilted.
l-'otiv hundred and ngiu cert!
in,lies ul COtnpeteaC) lO engineers were granted onring   tin
vear.   11 ol Which weie ill Hm
ish Colombia.
Will i Wiili I till (.!R!/S SCHOOL
AM* IIIM UUTUltY
•   M tun kr nntl V ir. Crmtwrll
iai bUovs:
irli 11 >i •■ |i I uniiih
Tn i*r..* rj   I   "it mnmii
: < ill'll
.- '1 ,ipi>h l.1'0 Im.\
al Hi \ft   ltd ITlh St
For Fall Planting
run],- liim,   ll.,    h. -t   hm* 1-.111 und
II  ni'"" lout  mnl  urii.iiiii'iital
11 ii|*l:inil nil mtlaiaail ir-
11,-in ih,' ,ani, perl a.l ihe Ainiri.
,iin, nl 11,.I lahsU'd willi llu- -un
J .all-.
Qtnka, I iei.laml novel Bsedi   ti -t-
h ir..ni iin* li* -1 paaah m ilu-
M 1 r>- Ke-n-iiii! nii'l QMSSa
— 1 -nai   r.nii|...  Ki-rlilixer., |li-t- Sn->-
|.ii. -, 1 .it  Ki..mr-, >|.riniii*i M-ierinli,
.1.
tl Iiiii- Ubot ..nly.
Sa 1 1 7 pift (tUlo|M (re*.
M. I. HhNRY
I«r.-.-i.lo.ii-. - llnl SefilliotlKM*,
BIO M'< -1 i,t Rm I, V. nver B.C
liriimli Nur-i n :   South V.un "liver
Builders and
Contractor*
I'. I-AR80N ;, prtporad to
■apply
inir, Bi irk,  '
.'•ciiki, Cement
Ami all kin!- <>f Building
'll.lil'l'ial   ill l|lltalltlt|a 1 In  slllt
ind nt reuiotiahlc priot I
—MTI.Y—
.Iimi 1. nokiii VANCOUVEI
111 WHOM sv t.
Pianos&0rgans HELLO!!
Funed aid Repaired
aa|,|.. havi
|a mini    ll    uill   >t
Um.
Cli.iu:' - Mn lersti
Sell 1 ' insl
WIIIIWI I UNT
IIIE N. V. FISH MARkll
i \a u MsnsgeMW
PBACTICAL TUNER & EErAlRBR  Ul kinds ol ttrnb tleh de-lrend dsllf
•lan I'aaiiiin.   1 '. * ..tulal,*.,   l-riiit
I      POtbl   -   ■'* _ .  ,  ftW„ a.
P, c. tvill rn 1 iv. promptattan      *• riw«D» Manager
tion, 181 First >treet, Wust
Tbe
GRAND BOULEVARD
NORTH VANCOUVER
The  Broadest  City  Avenue  in  America
This Boulevard N all cleared snd graded, and its 24 garden divisions have been planted with
trees and shrubs.
CLtARED BOI 11 VARD LOT»
Inside Lots, 52 x 140 leet or 150 feet, each $1000
Double Corners, 12 lots together), 104x140 feet or 150 leet $2500
Cleared Lot* in Blocks Adjoining Boulevard, »ize 50x1 SI
Inside Lots, according to position    $700 to ;tHoo
Iiouble Corners ti650 to #1750
Terms  - 11 cash, >,i in y months, '/i in 18 months.    Interest on deferred instalments fi p«r cent.
I In position ol Ibis propertv makes it OM Of IHI BISI RlSIDIMIAI Sill OIONS IN IHI
WORID. Willi its su„tbi 111 asp* 11. open span-, elevation, niagnilirent view, and all modern
conveniences lelectric railway cars running the whole length ol the Boulevard, 60 yard-* (rom
1 *!*!. me bn--, water and eltctric light),
I'unbasers are not obliged to build, but all lots Ironting 011 (lis Boulevard are sold on
< .milium thai lor 20 years nothing but residences, each ol minimum cost of $4000 can be built
thereon.   Thus the property is legally protected against depreciation.
Compare the above prices wilh those of other property.
North Vancouver real estate today offers unrivalled opportunities
to investors.
The City Ferry Co., will shortly build a new modern ferry boat
and make improvements in the landings.
The Second Narrows Bridge seems now to be assured.
Maps, price lilt and printed information as to thc City of   North  Vancouver  will be
supplied on application to
North Vancouver Land 6 Improvement Co., "■
Mahon, ficfarland & Procter, Ltd., Official Agent*
CORNER I'ESDER AM) SEYMOUR STREETS, VASCOIVER, B.C. THK EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
NEW CIH'RCll EDIFICE
The Methodist church building
is well under way and will probably be finished in Christmas
week. The Christinas entertainment will be held in the m»
building abuul Fridav oi that
week, and the church will be
dedicated on the lirst Sundav
morning oi the new year.
Rev. Dr. Sipprell uf Columbia! College will preach morning ami evening, An eflort is
being in-uic lo procure one oi
Uie   l'lesbv len.in   ministers    ul
Vancouver citj * lor the alter-
BOOB serviie.
Arllitu   Sullivan   has   loaned
the church lus splendid two-
manual Hum \ ii,iiiilm organ
Liszt Hiuiiiii lm Un occuion,
The main auditorium vuli
nal joo penoni comlortably,
and then are in addition two
laige class rooms, ,1 latins aid
kitchen, and i largi baaement
sulluiciitlv linislied to be used
.is l tea iiiom or Suiula- school
room.
A large si/.ed Ileela furnace* is
being installed by Elliott &
Latimer in the unfinished pai I
of the baaement. The electric
lighting is hi  means ol a score
of wall lights and two central
iieiuideeis and special lamps
Ior pulpit and organ,
For   the   present   the   church
will be seated with chairs.
The dnich, though   not   very
grand m appearance, will be
comfortable, neat and conveni
cut, and will adiiuiablv  answer
the purpose for whieh il is la,
ing erected,
The- Meihuilisi people hope to
have the church crowded on the
iirsi Sunday in 1910,
On Uondaj evening following
the iiiiiiiii opening then will be
a platform meeting, when the
local clergymen and Lading citizens ui North Vancouver, nnd
several clergymen and nllii is.
from Vancouver will be- on the
platform, This gathering will
M ■ real church wanning affair
ami ul lutiise im admission lee
will be charged. Details as to
program will appear in future
edition! ol The Kxpress.
Cadbury'i, Lowney'i, Foley's,
and Anderson's choclates, prices
irotn im'. at The Lonsdale l'bar-
uiaev, cor. Nth and Lonsdale.
SHOP LICENSE
The boanl ol license commit*
sinners held a final meeting on
Monday evening, with relerence
iu tha application oi William J,
i'tilk, ior a buttle license.   Alter
,1 protracted session the applicatioa wai refused, on the
ground that the proportion ol
signature! required by the statute did not appear on the petition ol the applicant, The board
divided mi the question, Mayor
M,i\ and Commissioner Steacy
voting to refuse the licenae and
Alderman Schult/ voting in ia-
vr oi the application,
A PROTEST
LOCAL NEWS
A nice present lor a lady is au
ebony mirror and hair brush.
Thr Lonsdale Pharmacy has
some beauties.
The board ol directors of the
lerry company, met on Tuesday
evening and decided to advertise
at once for tenders for the construction of the new ferrv boat.
Editor Kxpress:
Sir, Might I ask space m
yunr valuable paper to voice
my thanks as a resident ol
Moodyville for the unfailing attention and kindness of our
sihool trustees.
Another mark of this kindness was given yesterdav at the
cloning excrciseis ol our school.
Although they were held a day
early at the request of the trustees, vel not one of theni found
it convenient to attend. This
is but a repitition ol former
closing exercises, not one In the
lasl two and a half years having been attended by a trustee.
Ol course, I can realize • with
the trustees that in our small
district they would not have
much chance to display tlieir
oratorical ability, still a little
attention now and again would
be appreciated, Yours truly,
II. B. REID
Moodyville, Dec 17, 1904.
Ratepayers'
Association
General   Meeting
A iia'iii'i.il Meeting "i tli" EUtoptyera'
Auociation will In- held Qtxl
Monday, 20th December
at 8 o'clock p.m. in
The North Store of Home Block
Tli'- meeting will ilisctiss the forthcoming
•Ifletioni mi'i ratflptvftri ihould not lone this
opportunity of forming i bI*m Idfli of tlir
iiimii issiu-k befon tin- electorate Irom all
point! "I View.
An open installation ol ollicers
ol North Vancouver L. 0. L.
I1K40, will be held in the K. of
P, hall on thc evening of Monday, December 20th at eight p.
111. An address will bc delivered
j by Rev. Madill ol Vancouver,
during the proceedings.
A nice present lor a man to
himself is a safety ra/.or. The
Lonsdale Pharmacy stocks the
Gillette and tlie autostrop, $5.
A new snow plow has been
added to the local equipment ol
the B, C. lil. Ry. Co. Its elli-
cacy as a preventative of a fall
ol snow may be debatable, but
its usefulness, sliould such a contingency arise, is not open to
tpiestion.
Room to let furnished or unfinished, terms moderate, Ear-
land, and street, opposite Palace hotel.
For Rent.—Nortli Vancouver.
Two nicely furnished bedrooms,
on cariine, uear ferry. Apply
to H. W., 114 Upper Keith road
The tire brigade from No. 1
hall had a run aboui 7.30 on
Thursday evening lo the Esplanade, where the chimney ol
the Esplanade Cafe was making
a lurious blaze. The service
was prompt and cileclive, and
Mrs. Kollis, proprietress ol the
cale, speaks in terms ol highest
appreciation ot the work ol the
brigade.
A meeting of all former members ol the Woodmen of the
Wm Id, will be held in the K. ol
P. hall, on Wednesday evening
next. J. A. Rampliii, head organiser of the Order will be present and will deliver an address
having special relerence to fraternal life insurance. All interested are invited to attend.
An exceedingly ingenious and
appropriate  design  lor a bual
calendar, has been issued In the
firm ol J. d. Woods & Qo.    It
consists ol a photogravure of
the conventional "Santa Claus"
holding before him a representation of Second Narrows bridg'
which is intended as a Christ
mas present for North Vancou
ver.    The press work was done
at The Express office.
Canyon View Hotel
CAI'ILANO
THE FINEST TOURIST RESORT ON THE
B C. (OAST
•\i rOMOBlLI STAGE ■   ti everj* car al md ul Keith
Koad Lin*-, Nmtli V.um nver.
Rates tt JO |" r ■' iv and upwards
I' I \RSON,
Praprietoi
I   1 -iNCEl LOR,
Minifef
Would You Use
The Beat Flour
In Western
Canada
and at the same linu smiii
Iree ol charge a haiidsoini din
ner set ol I09 pieces' K.uh
month wc are giving aw.iv tell
dinner sets to those wlm aie
fortunate enough to secure the
uinpoiis bearing the winning
numbers from the sacks ut Rov-
al Standard Klour. Main lortunate ones have Ihtii delighted
with the dinner set received—it
mai lie vour turn tu win now.
Put whether you win a dinner set or not, in Ruval Sl and
.ird vou secure the choicest flour
on the market. Selected wheat,
scientific milling, ian Inl slut
age and marketing, uiiiibliie to
make Royal Standard the mine
ol goodness in a Ibmr
Ask your grocer lur a sack
today.
Manufactured by
VANCOUVRR B, L
Attractive Values
in Men's Fine Clothes
for the Holiday Season
Manufacturers' Realization Company
are carrying today as large a stock and a larger range of styles and patterns
as any three other stores 111 Vancouver put together Our slock ol men's fine
suits and overcoats is valued at over one hundred thouaand dollars, and being
exclusive clolhicrs (or men it stands to reason that we can serve vou better and
at a lower price than linns who only make a department of men's clothing.
Our immense buying power, together with our system of cash payments, place*
us 111 a position of supremacy.
We Lead in Style, Fit, Price and Quality
ami guild Quality is aflcr all the real basis ol clothes merit. Style and lil don't
lasl verv lung if the materials are Inferior and the workmanship cheap. We
rilh mu wliule reputation on lhc GOODNESS ol the clothes we sell.
At $13.75
are are offering the fincsi range ol English "rotated suits thai have ever been
shuw 11 ill the trade. The cloth is all the best products of the Hritish loom,
and made up bv experts who arc second to nolle ill the whole world. These
suits at ||J.7J are lit b,r any man to wear and are equal 111 value to suits you
see licn.iliiiiils al 5:u; come ill all si/cs.
$13.75 a Suit
At $18.00
At this price we have a laiige ol goods that surpass 111 goodness and style
anything that has ,vn Ineli attempted befon-. The cloths are fancy English
worsteds in the newest designs manufactured Fine all-wool .Scotch tweeds in
iluths made lu wtai The Milts in simply the last word, and the tit and
linish siiperim lu any mslom tailoring in ihe world; sir.es from .1,1 to 44; values up lo Jl"
$16.00 a Suit
At $25.00
we have ovei su hundred suits tu select from; all the latest productions of the
l.ulurs' an The patterns are superb, the ipialilv is the highest; make and fit
simple pel lid We oiler these fine high-grade suits with the utmost confidence
in the world. There is not a new idea that is imt eiiibudleil in llieir inaliulac-
ture, imr a necessarv one that has been lell mil. The highest sides ol custom-
made Julius an iliiuwn inlo insignificance when compared with these; all sir.es
and totoriagl
$25.00 a Suit
Tbe Highest Values in Blue Suits
We slake mir reputation on the quality and make of our   navy   blue   suits!
There is nothing in Canada to lunch them, guaranteed indigo dye.
Prices $10.75, $12.50, $15, $20 & $25
The Home of Quality
Manufacturers' Realization Company
CORNER Of HASTINGS AND ABBOTT SIKH IS THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
NORTH SHORE PRESS, LTD.
119 Firit Street, E.
Phone 80
The Express
$1.00 per year
Foreign $1.50
Fine Printing
CATALOGUES
BOOKLETS
FOLDKRS
PAMPHLETS
STRIN0KR8
DODGERS
CIRCULARS
MARS
LETTER HEADS
NOTE HEADS
BILL HEADS
STATEMENTS
ENVELOPES
FINE STATIONERY
SHIPPING TACiS
LODGE STATIONERY
ANNOUNCEMENTS
MILK TICKETS
BREAD TICKETS
CALLING CARDS
INVITATIONS
HAL TICKETS
[.ABELS
BILLS Of FARE
PROGRAMMES
s__$P$!!j___m
NORTH SHORE PRESS, LTD.
119 Firit Street, E
Phone 80
OFFICERS   ELECTED
A meeting ul the St. Andrews
& Caledonian Society was lu-ld
in the Horticultural hall,  lor
the purpose  of  electing   < Hirers
lor the coining year.  There was
a large number ol lhe members
present and lour new members
were received  during  the  evening.    The following were elected to ollice:
1'res.—Alex. I'hilip
1st Vice Pres—Alex. Law
2nd Vice l'res.—.1. Murray
Sec—Wm. Camming
Treas.—.1. L. Dodds
Directors—T. Nye, A. l-'leliiinllig
and Geo. Smith
Chaplain-Kev. J. Gillam
Dard-D. 0. Dick
Musical  Director—J. Alexander
Standard Bearer—R. Hutchison
Warden—T. Jack.
Installation of lhe above ollicers will lake plaM at an open
meeting in lile Eagles' hall, on
Hogmanay nicht, Dec. 31, immediately before danci begins.
This society was organi/.ed 011
March 1st ol this year, and has
lor its object the relief of truly
indigent and distressed natives
of Scotland or their descendants, the encouragement of thc
national spirit by means ol
games, gatherings aud iesnval.;,
the cultivation of a taste lot
Scottish music and literature,
and the general promoiion ol
the welfare and unity of the
race.
Anyone wishing to btCOUM ..
member, can do so by applying
to any oi llu ollicers Application forms and information
gladly given.
HOCKEY
In a somewhat ragged game,
spoiled by the continuous dou 11-
pour of rain and the extreme
cold, lhe North Vancouver hockey team beat Victoria in their
cup match on Saturday last on
the boulevard park, by a score
oi lour to two. Unfortunately
Victoria started a man sliort,
and belore his arrival the local
team had scored twice, which
lead they maintained to the end
Mel'herson aiid Swayne plav-
ed an excellent game lor North
Vancouver, while Montgomery,
the Victoria right half, was the
best man on the field.
The secretary of the North
Vamouver club has received notification from the executive
committal of the league, upholding thu dub's protest re their
match with Vancouver. The
contest has been declared "no
game," and has been ordered lo
be re-played on January 1, with
Capt. MacDonald and C. J. Paget-Ford named as nlatwa. The
player, Bayfield, who attacked
Cardinal), has been suspended
for lhe rest ol the season.
North Vancouver cross over
to Victoria today, to play the
Garrison team at Esquimau, mi
Satunlav .iltcrnoon, but unfortunately have to go over with I
very ragged team, whilst a hard
game is expected, unless the locals play at thc very top of
their form it is more lhan likely thev will meet with defeat.
Vancouver team journeys by
lhe same boat to take issue
with Victoria.
BOARD Of TRADE
A paM on the subject ol
"Civic Improvement" followed
bv ihsiii-sion ol the topic, will
Ik- the   feature   of   the   regular
session of the board ol trade in
the iit- hall on Tiiesdiv evening
mixt, to which cili/.eits genu -illv
an invited. The paper wlll be
nail by W. J. Irwin, ;>r.s"lent
ol ihe board. The Mbjrt is a
vi i\ Import .ml one, mm Till >l
whiih,   all   tliost-  who   are    in
loach with public ytlom it*
ali/e the dilliculties and the
necessity (or some helpful legia*
laliion or some other menus (I
relief. The session promises In
Ik one ol exceptional interest,
and also of practical Ixnelit
and should be largely   itiell.k'd.
Nortli Vancouver will gather
then "her beauty and her chivalry" at the firemen's ball, at
the horticultural hall, Jan. 7th.
A. Campbell Hope, C.A., Cal.
ARCHITECT
Isl Street, E. of Ut. Andrews
hortli Vancouver
Offlce 336 Masting! St.     Vancouver
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioaeer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hall
E.STANLEY MlTTlA.M.l.C.A
ARCHITECT
413 Granville street.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Jew IWsliiiiiishT laud llslritl
District ol New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Elliot
A. Haswell, ol Vancouver, occupation broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the lollowing described lands;
About 320 acres, commencing st
a post planted on the northeasl
corner of Lot 1239, thence south
80 chains, thence east 40 chams,
thence north 80 chains more or
less to shore oi Horseshoe lake,
thence 40 chains more or less in
a westerly direction along shore
ol lake to point of commencement.
ELLIOT A. HASWELL
WM. DALZIEL DUKE,
Agent
October 2, 1909 9-19
Removed
Sam Kee Laundry has
removed to corner of
Mahon Avenue
and 2nd St.
Vancoaver Business Directory
X
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
319 l'ender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
ARCHITECTS
AUCTIONEERS
A. M. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
6b Hastings streei west
is tht only auctioneer who will
pay spot cash before lhe sale is
conducted
OArlRiSUHS
SCHULTZ 4 ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Street
Phons 996
S. D. Schulu        C. S. Arnold
BA,Hj
kailethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sts.
MU-.K
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGl-.k
Musical Director
Vancouver Opel a House
Rooms 3 aad 4 Elks' lis.., Cor.
Robson nnd  Granville Streets.
All Iastruments.      Phone 3530
Phone 463
M. W. WAITT k CO., LTD.
558 Granville Street
Pianos — Talking Machines —
Music Goods
The oldest music house in B. C.
MR 11. A. POWELL
U U|aa II   lu II 1 1 IVI*  pUpilS lur
instruction on the \10l1n,
'Cello   ami    C00UI    Ba*.
\ hi painstaking willuiuld-
ren.     Music copied mull).
O'Brien 1 lal 1,     Coiner  Hastings
.lli*l 11 nni I Ml, els
Phone L4^oo.
LAMES' HAIhLRt: blSG
Gentlemen: Why stiller with
colds in the head through baldness, Minn \ou i.m sn ure a
well lilting Toupee oi excellent
workinani-hip .it ,1 moderate
price.' Call and consult our
Toupee maker il you are in need
ol one. A largi selection ol
pulls, braids, traiisloriiialions,
etc., always 111 stock. Shampooing, hau dressing, manicuring, M.ilp treatments, facial
massage, etc., at
MAIia.MI'. 111 MPHttYl
- ' 1,1.11,,,la,* Mr. el
NKW WESTMINSTER  LAND
DISTRICT
District ol New Westminster
I'AKE NOTICE lhat 1, Angui Alex-
,ma|,T CrewStM, ill Vancouver B. C, occupation, broker, intends to apply for
[lerinbaioii to pun-hate the lollowing de-
■ribed land:—
('iimnienciiifl at a punt planted about
nne ami one-half mee west of Porpoise
Bav, Ihenee west forty chain*. Tliinci-
,-a.iitli twenty chain-,, thenee east forty
chain*, tlii'iiee nnrlh twenty chain* to
paaint of c.iiiiiiii'iici'iiienl, containing
••illlily MM mure or leaa.
ANUI'S ALKXANI1ER CROWSTON
Twclllh November, 19119 IMS
The only up-to-date and reliable bath koust in British Co-
lambia-
Ws core where others iail.
Satisiactioi guaranteed or ao
pay. Plaia baths, electric baths,
shower baths, massagt for body, scalp aad isce; electro ther-
apeatic baths a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Gradaate ol Berlin, Germany
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastisgs St. W.
Caneia'e Greateet WMlern School
1. J. Sprott, R.A., • - Maaager
UPTICIANS
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Optician
All work guaranteed
Consultation dee
49 Hastings street wesl
Opp. Cameraphone theatre
PHOTOGRAPHERS
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIO
Family Group Specialists
Cabinet size, J3 per doien
Cor. Carrall and Cordova sts.
A. SAVARD, Proprietor
PITMAN'S
Buslnes,* College
632 Seymour st., Vancouver
Day school open all the year
round.    Night school commences September 8th.
PICTURE PHAMINb
CHIROPRACTIC
IH'K
Chlroprtrttc ii the imly niettitxl able t.i In
cate nuii rumuve Un- OUN oC 4tMM
try to palm ofl tnannnft'- a- CblroptWtlc Tlir
milT 1 blropraclor in Vniir.nirer la t..nr»;.
F.Yini, p.C.i (Doctor%H 1 liirn(irHriii'), |r»<iuftte
I'ftliurtMiool nl ChlropneUr, Difotport. lown
Oflice, room 10, CourtbOUN blotk, Mi Unburn
itmt, Ptioue l.iv'i'i Hour* 1 to h. Consultation iii<l wiaiuiuaiion tree.
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest stock ol
moulding*, in li.C.to select irom
so vhen you want (raining dons
cheap and well get our prices.
tiAlLHY BKCb. CO. LTD.
540 Graaville and 138 Cordova
alC-L   Ljl.lL
PUBLIC NOTICE
TAKE NOTICE that 1 have
this day posted upon the Notice
Board at the City Hsll, a copy ol
tin liM ol voters lor the City ol
North Vaineoiiver lor the year 1910*
AND TAKE NOTICE that a
Court ol Revision will be held in
the City Hall on Tuebday, the 11st
day ol December, 1909, at 1
o'clock in the afternoon to correct
and revise the said Voters List, and
to hear and determine any and all
applcations to strike out the name
ol any person which has been im-
properly placed thanm or to place
on such list the name ol any person improperly omitted there Irom.
Given under my hand at Norlh
Vancouver, this 10th day of December, 1909.
THOMAS SHEPHERD.
15-16 City Clerk
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
Canadian Detective Bureau.—
Offices everywhere
Vancnuver Office:     ■ l.iii|iire lllnek
603 IU.iiii*/- Ht. weal. rimiie liib
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
Keep your eye oa
EAST   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
i'or particulars apply lo
MORDEN 4 THORNTON
Phons 815     440 Homer Strut
IX
Securities Uui'iiuraliou LU
440 Seymour Stmt
REAL ESTATE
DYEING AND CLIANINO        ' LAND AND MORTGAGE
PERTH DYE WORKS
Anderson 4 Hilton, Proprietors
Dyeing, Cleaning, 1'res.sing
Ladies' dresses, silks,   laces   a
specialty
SALE 4 BREWITT
Agents, North Vancouver
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE 1NSI RANCE
R. Kerr Houlgate - - - Maaagst
RESTAURANT!
QROCERS
All North
eat at
Vancouver   people
2 Splendid Buys
;: acre with house in D.L. 7K7 lor Jboo.oo.
$225 secures this.
100 It. x 132 ft. in Block to, D.L. 787, right on the city
l.iiiinilry. with the most commanding view on the
north slime of Hurrard Inlet. Only 1130 down to
secure this.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
|,mi-il:ilr Avi-mip. iifir Ferry
Phonei—Offlce 84      Houso 22       P.O.B01M
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
LEONARD'S
Groceries and Provisioas
Wholesale and Retail:Post Office.
116 Hastiags St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tnetdayi aad Fridays
Either Flack Block or Hastings street, opposite   tht   tew
Leonard sails nil
tea by the pound.
WATCHMAKERS
RUBBERITAMPS
THE GEO. H.  HEWITT CO
Manufacturers
SIPt.kl.lK KIBKEK STAMPS
Sign and Price Markers
English practical watchmakar;
Established 1889
Specialty,   repairing
,oF*.«r.«LDB..no.    hrilnH**"!*^
UJ Carrall Street
If You want to Sell Your Real Estate
Advertise it in the Express THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
CAI'ILANO  SCHOOL
A Christmas entertainment is
tO be given by the pupils ut Capilano school tills a I'lnl,iv a even
ing, beginning at 5,30 o'clock,
in the school building, There
will be the usual iciliires nl
such an occasion, including a
program by the children, carc-
iiillv prepared under llie nislnii
Uou of their teacher, .Miss S.
M. Stiede, Tea Will be served
during the proceedings.
r
NEW   I'l KM
Messrs. Put* and T   W   W.ml
have   leased   the   ltO«   ill   the
Skelhoiiie blm la, until recently
occupied b\ tin late 1-'.. M. Cone
,is iiii Nm ih Vancouver School
nl Utlsli. Missis. Ward uill es
labllsh    an    up to-ilate    nnisli
linns,i, * arrving all Unci of In*
siiiiiinms Initruction In muiic and also general tuning and
repairing ol musical instruments will be department! ni
llu  business.   T . W. W ,inl vvill
be In charge ed the establish
incut and will bring to the business qualification! ol a wry
high order,
"'ANDIE
ITSHEN
K
,\ LARGE SUPPLY OF
FRESH  FRUIT
AND KAND1E
Al WAYS UN  HAND
I. K. Iliiiiii-I,     (illuisd.iii
4. E. THOMAS
CARPENTER
is ti:mati ■■» civi N
BEPA1RW PH Mi'il.V •YfTKWDKD
en Bu III i;-- 111 ind it., I-;
\V. J. BALMAIN
vIVII      I   M.l Ml'W
Quantity KtifTwyor and atuhlteel
SORTH  v\\tii| VRH.
DR. H. B. HOWELL
OPTICIAN
(in a |     ll.,,r.ir.l   Miial.iriiiin,   1(110
VaT
RjUlllW i I KIM  ilier III North
Va ner
111
Jc
.1^9_-_a\mWL£:.
i'>'_a'W
_2tJim
' fe#»f5i
CHRISTMAS   GIFT
SUGGESTIONS
Never belore has such an assortment ol useful and
pleasing Christmas gills been shown iu this dty, Wl
i.m show vou hundreds of beautilul things to sun every
member oi vour taitii.y from the baby to tlie grandpa.
Don'l Eail to visit litis store early and often during the
cottlillg week, and make your money go farther by tak-
•2 advantage ol our extremely low prices.
Nil evening vvaisls, silk lined,white and ecru,limn Jj.jn
Ladies' lace and cliillon collars, from 2,sc to 5l.2,S
Ladies' belts in all colors, an enormous range,from 25c.
lo   $3.5°
I'eiiins' kid gloves in black and colors, guaranteed f 1.15
Ladies' leather purses, black   and  colors,   also   patent
leather, 50c to I3.50
Ladies' and gint's handkerchief, all styles  and  qualities 111 endless variety 5c to  75c
Ladies' back and si(L- combs und hair retainers, all designs and qualities 251 to  iyi1.
Cushion tops cords tnl Is and forms, all sorts.
I'in cushions, lace Oiiiiiiied and hand painted 1JC to ',51
I'crfiiiiic'l bandkerchid holders,hand painted Joe toft.Jo
table Linens, pillow .shams, bureau covers, tea cloths
Gent's Department
Gents neckwear in all the up-to-date goods  IJC to $1
Hums with suspenders, garters and armhands combined
makes a neat and useful gift Ji.2i
Arm bands in [ancy boxes       25c
('.ciii's silk and linen handkerchiefs, plain and inili 1I..1II
(irnis and i|Uaitii'S ....
GeUt'l kid, leather and  mocha gloves, all qualities.
Why not make your wife a present oi a new Singer
Sewing Machine.' lt only costs $5 in cash, and Jt pn
month.
J. J. McALEECE
Keith Block Lonsdale Avenue Phone 93
Cleared Lot*
In Bli-k 33A, D.L. 550
These lots nre all on gradedstreeta. In fini neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevnrd. Water, telephone, electric light.
Price* $600 to $-100
EASY TERMS
S. GINTZBURGER
UMITI0
THF! NOKTH YANCOUVER SPECIALIST
HM Cordova Mint, Vincouver, ft. C.
I'. O. BOX SM.
XUl YOU GOING TO BUILD ?
Coat to us for tin- money una repay it
to suit yourself
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVE A LARGE LIS! OP CHOICE LOTS POR SALE
JOHN  ALEXANDER &, CO.
ReAL  ESTATE   BROKERS
tai Lonsdale Avenue
■H
+9W$W9++<9**tt*i+$+*9*<9*9W9* t%***t*9*9*
Xmas Fruits
ii
(JIALITV   IS  WHAT YOl'  SHOLLD LOOK
FOI  IN  VOIR  KRllTS FOR CHRISTMAS
BAKING
("mil l-'inits will give your cake that peculiar
jl       guild lavttf Ild when eti will show that yon nsed
the  best.
We have the goods you need and onr price*
II      are right.
j; j. 4. i>M. McMillan
*6**)*«M*>*&'*9**}*9**+t>+ 4
*H-m*H*H-l**H**H-^^ IIIIIII 1111 HI III Hill HHH-t-H
p i IHI llll 11 IH-H-l-H-l-H-H-H*
ADVANCE!
North
Vancouver
There is not the slightest doubt that North Vancouver Realty is coming to its own.    The vast possibilities of this magnificently situated city are being recognised by the leading business men of the continent.    Now is the time to buy before the spnng rush.
Here are a few good buys
i.ui ,. Blmk io, Di-atuct l,nt 173 1790
i nt ), uin, k .-,. Diitrict i.ui ct'--, ?;'»'
ilus loi is iie.ueii ,md graded    Good mmm n tfci
.ibiive,
.iens iii I.vnn \ alley, I1500    Sym caah, balatti
111 ii and 11 UOBtha     This is ,1 gnat snap
We have a lew  lots in Lvnn Vallej  within loo leel
■ il the cariine, JO by 1)0.75.    I190 each.    Sy> ia-.li
balance flO per llinntli.
\lsia Milne vi bv   i;s it tht  ',,11111   I'H'C ainl  lilin*-
twm lots lell in v'.iiiv.m \mi Additiiui _ Si;-, cub
<h lash, balance if, pn month, bo inturst.
Chesterfield nvenue and lit) -Unl      bun high bits
djO e.llll       1 t 111)-. Sy> la-li. balaiui  III '1 iiiid
II months.
Hunt, iorgcl lluse aie right in the Utv and nuiv une
block Irolll tile LnllS'liI'   avi line i.illllie
Can vou beat llhcsc'
Mi.invvhile wlm carries mm in-iiraiuc'
Sole Agents Ior Coiiinicrual 1 num A-.-uiaiiu
Co., Ltd.        Assets (86,000,000,
Henry Eves «S* Co.
(Henry T. C. Eves and Percy King)
67   and   69   LONSDALE  AVENUE
PHONE 6
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