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VOLUME li.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY,,AUGUST 26. 1966.
NUMBER 28
AGREEMENT
The following is the text in lull
ol the governing clauses ol the
proposed new agreement between
the city and the North Vancouver
Kerry and Power Co., Ltd. Following the preamble, the agreement slates that the agreement
entered into on the 23rd day of
July, 1903, between the district
and the company shall be amended
as follows:
1. Tlie corporation leases to
the company the foreshore on Hurrard Inlet at the foot of Lonsdale
ivenue, one hundred (100) feet in
width, as shown on the plan hereto annexed and thereon colored
green, for a period ol 6ve years,
irom ilu* 23rd day of July, 1908,
subject to the provisions and limitations contained in the following
paragraphs :
(a) The Company shall on this
agreement coming into force forthwith proceed to extend and improve the wharf already constructed by it on the .ml foreshore, and
shall provide ihereon all necessary
iccommodation for the convenience ol passengers and the landing ol wagons and oilier vehicles
and the unloading of freight from
the ferry boats.
(b) The company shall on this
agrrenienl coming into (orce forthwith proceed to construct proper
appioaches or walks lor the ingress
andegiiss ol pedestrians on the
what I and appioaches thereto, and
also provide separate approaches
for the ingress and egreis of vehi-
culir traffic.
(c) The company shall erect a
suitable waiting room, properly
lighted by electric light and heated
for the use ol lerry passengers.
(d) The company shall give to
the Hritish Columbia Electric Ky
Co., or any oilur cuitipaVy running tram cats in the cilv, the
right to run their cars on the said
wharl, provided such company
shall lirsl enter into an agreement
with the ferry company satisfactory
to it protecting it from any liability which the Ierry company might
incur by reason of allowing cars to
run on to said wharl.
(e) All plans (or the construction or improvement of the said
wharl or any uf the constructions
or approaches connected with the
said whirl, including the grides,
shall be submitted to and approved
by the council of the said corporation before any work is begun by
the company thereon.
(I) The said whirl and all the
buildings, approaches, ways and
appurtenances therewith shall be
maintained by the company in a
good State ol repair and efficiency
during the term ol this agreement.
(g) The said wharf and approaches shall be properly lighted
and kept clean.
(hi The company agrees and
covenants that the said whirl and
approichet shall be ol sufficient
strength, ind suitable in all respect! lor the reasonable requirement! o( the pedestrians and vehicular traffic thereon.
(i) The company further agrees
that it will not erect its turnstiles
and birrie ' on the said wharf
nearer the shore than a line drawn
(rom a point on the prolongation
of the westerly line on Lonsdale
ivenue, southerly sixty-iix feet
from high water mark, and running
it right ingles across said wharf,
ai shown on the slid plan hereto
annexed, and as to that portion ol
thc wharl erected on the lorcshore
north of the said line,the company
will at all times during this agreement allow the public free ingress
and egress over and across the
same to any wharf or dock now
erected or which may hereafter be
erected on the foreshore on either
side of Lonsdale ivenue.
And it is lurther igreed between
the pirties that the corporation
shall not obstruct or permit said
portion ol the wharf north ol the
said line to be obstructed so is in
•ny way to impede the lerry service, and that such portion of the
wharl and approachei shall be
maintained by lhe corporation and
the company jointly.
The company shall provide thc
neceisary wharl lor the landing of
the ferry steamers in the ciiy ol
Vincouver, ind the provinons ol
lub-ieclion  c f. g. ind h.    pan*
graph (1) of this agreement shall
apply to such wharf, the approaches thereto.and the building theron.
It shall and mav be lawful to and
for the said company from time to
time and at all times hereafter during the residue of the said term of
five years, excepting the last three
days thereof, peaceably and quietly to po isess and enjoy the rights
and privileges granted by the said
hereinbelore recited grant. And
the said company hereby covenants and agrees wilh the corporation that it shall and will (rom
time to time and at all times hereafter during the said term of five
(5) years granted, observe,perform
and keep all the provisions, conditions and obligations in the said
hereinbefore recited grant, and
wh eh henccforthon the compan ,'s
part ought lo bc observed, performed and kepi anil shall and will
Irom time to time and at all times
hereafter save, defend and Its) p
harmless and indemnify ihe sai*
corporation from and against a!
and all manner of actions, claims
and demands whatsoever for, and
on account of the same or in any
wise relating thereto.
The company shall maintain a
regular ferry service between
North Vancouver and the city of
Vancouver as follows :
(a) The regular ferry service
as provided (or in this agreement,
or as may bc hereinafter fixed by
arbitration as herein provided,
shall be direct between Lonsdale
avenue wharf and the city of Vancouver. This provision, however,
shall not prevent the company
Irom running extra boats to and
from the said Lonsdale avenue
wharl via other points.nor prevent
the company from arranging with
the council ol the corporation for
such extra boats landing at points
in the city other than Lonsdale
avenue wharf without calling
thereat.
Until a more frequent service is
agreed to or fixed by arbitration as
hareinafter provided for, the lollowing shall be the time schedule :
(h) A halt hourly service shall
begin Irom each terminus not later
than li. 15 a.in and be maintained
until 7.15 p.m. inclusive, and
thereafter an hourly service until
n p. m. inclusive.
(c) ln the ferry service as
aforesaid, adequate accommodation must be provided for passenger traffic, and at least once per
hour Irom each terminus throughout the entire period ol such service, sufficient accommodation lor
vehicular and other traffic and the
carrying of freight.
(d) The last boat leaving the
city of Vancouver at night shall in
all cases be tied up at the Lonsdale
avenue wharl lor the night, and
leave North Vancouver not later
than 6.15 a.m. on the daily half
hour's service.
(e) No alteration in thc time
schedule shall be made without
the consent of the council of the
corporation, and the corporation
shall have the right to call upon
the company, and the company
shall have the right to call upon
the corporation at intervals of not
less than six (6) months to make
such changes in the routes and the
lime table ol the (erry services as
th- exigencies ol the traffic may
from time lo time require.
(f) In the event of the company
not agreeing to the changes required by the corporation, or vice
versa, the question shall be determined by arbitration as hereinbefore provided, and the company
shall maintain the service ai determined by said arbitration, from
and after the date fixed by the arbitrators therefor.
In thc event of any dispute arising between the parties hereto as
to the interpretation ol this
agreement, the same shall be submitted to arbitrators and determined by them.
In addition to questions of interpretation the following matters
shall be settled by arbitration:
(a) Changes in the (erry routes
and time schedule, as provided in
sub-section of paragraph five (j)
of this agreement.
(b) Adequacy ol passenger and
vehicular iccommodation as  pro
vided in sub-section of   paragraph
five (5) of this agreement.
(c) Any arbitration hereunder
shall be subject to the provisions
of the Arbitration Act of British
Columbia.
The home port of the ferry
steamers and the head office of
this company shall be established
and maintained in North Vancou
ver.
North Vancouver vs Celtics
The senior team of the North
Vancouver foothall club made a
good start on Saturday last, when
they succeeded in playing to a
draw with the Celtics of Vancouver, one of the strongest teams in
the league. The match was an
exhibition game and the score
stood one all when time was called.
The match was played at Recreation Park, before a meagre attendance of spectators. The ball
was set arolling by President
Scriven. Throughout the whole
of the first half the Celtics had
most of the play, the inevitable
goal resulting a few minutes before
the interval. On the resumption
of play the local boys took up the
running and soon equalized. The
pressure on the Celtics' goal was
maintained during the balance of
the game, and had it not been for
the strong defence by the Celtic
backs and the remarkable saving
of their custodian, North Vancouver would have been sure to win.
Tomorrow the local lads play a
friendly game with the Shamrocks
ol Vancouver, at the Recreation
Park. The kick-off is timed to
take place at 3.30, and admission
to the grounds is free.
his residence on 4th street, and il
now superintending the clearing i>(
eight lots on 4th and jth sun ts,
upon which it is his intention to
erect a number of cottages for reu
tai purposes. Mr. McCardie is favorably impressed with the advantages offered by North Vancouver
(rom an investment standpoint,and
is calling in his capital, which is al
present placed in Old Counlry investments, lor the purpose of transferring it to local residential properties.
Political Notes
The Conservatives ol this constituency meet in Vancouver on
Sept. 9th, to select a candidate foi
the Dominion house.
The meeting of the local Conservatives, called for last night,was
postponed till the evening of Sept.
8th, when primaries will be held
for the election of delegates to attend the party convention at Vancouver (he next day.
On Tuesday evening the Liberals of this constituency met in
O'Brien's hall, Vancouver, for the
purpose of selecting a candidate
for the Dominion house. Three
nominations were made, W. B. B.
Mclnnes securing the candidature.
The total number of votes was 576,
of which * Mclnnes got 289, De
Karris 153, and Senkler 134. \
large delegation of North Vancouver Liberals was present.
Wallace Shipyards
At the Wallace shipyards good
progress is being made on the preliminary work in the construction
of the marine ways. On Thursday
morning a diver began operations
sawing the piles under water for
the foundations. Thc plans upon
which the company is at present
proceeding show ways having a
capacity ol 1600 tons dead weight,
and capable of accommodating
practically all the coasting vessels
which now frequent Burrard Inlet.
The cost ol the ways complete will
bc about 1(30,000. It is the intention of the company to proceed
with construction as last as circumstances will permit, but it is
impossible to state just when they
will be ready lor use.
Ferry at First Narrows
Application has been made for a
charter to operate a ferry tervice
across the First Narrows. The
promoter of the scheme ii Capt J
A. Cates, with whom are associated
several Vancouver men. The
scheme contemplates the extension
of the itreet car system through
Stanley Park to the Narrowi and
thc operation ol a double ender
ferry boat between the car terminus and Capilano. By this means
it is considered practicable to bring
Capilano within easy reach of Vancouver, ind thus make it a choice
residential section,and at the same
time to provide a more direct
route (rom Vincouver to Capilano
canyon.
Will Build More Houses
A. ja McCirdie his completed
New I.O.O.F. Lodge
North Vancouver lodge I.O.O.
F., will be instituted this evening
and the officers installed. Grand
Master Fulton, ol Ladysniith, will
be in charge of the proceedings,
and will be assisted by Deputy
Grand Master Wallace Law, of
Vancouver, and Grand Secretary
Fred Davey, of Victoria. It is
probable that other grand officers
will also be present The lodge
will make its home in the Knights
of Pythias hall, of which a sublease has been secured. The charter is not yet to hand, but will be
forwarded immediately upon the
meeting of the grand lodge. Meantime the lodge will work under a
dispensation from the grand master. The charter will remain open
for 30 days from the installation,
for the benefit of those who may
wish to avail themselves of its advantages.
LOCAL NEWS
Sons of England
On Tuesday evening next the
North Vancouver Sons ol England
lodge, which will bear the name ol
Western Rose, will be formally instituted. The charter having arrived, arrangements have been
made to hold the institution in the
Eagle's hall, Esplanade, when a
large number ol candidates will be
initiated. Candidates are requested to attend at the hall at 7.45 p.
m.,and any who have not yet lieen
medically examined should make
a point ol having this done at
once. Percy King, ol Henry Eves
& Co., has been selected as the
first president and he will be pleased to supply any information to
intending members.
School Opening
The attendance at the opening of
the public schools on Monday was
quite as large as had been anticipated. The entire enrollment at
the Chesterfield avenue and the
Moodyville schools will approximate 300 pupils. The school
hooks requisitioned Irom the education department came to hand during tbe week and were distributed
on Thursday. Thc new seals for
additional class room, with the
hyloplate, will arrive today (Friday), and will be in place in the
course of a few days. The flag
has also been received from Victoria and arrangements are being
toads for running it up lor the in -1
time, wilh appropriate ceremonies.
Lynn Creek Mining
The Swavne Copper Mining Company is proceeding steadily with
the development ol its viluible
claim! on Lynn creek. The long
tunnel at present being driven will
cut the three leads on the properly
at a depth of 200, 500 and Moo feet
respectively, lt is the intention ol
the compiny to widen the triil for
the transportation of machinery and
to proceed with boring operations
with the diamond drill. Future
lines ol development will depend
upon what the boring operations
reveal.
Ritchie Retires
Bob Ritchie, the local boxer,has
sent the lollowing letter to the
press: "In reply to Harry Lombard's challenge to Kid Scaler,Miller and myself, I wish to state that
owing to the small size ol local
purBBB, I decided, after my contest
with Lauder, to quit the game for
good. If Lombard hail mine in
Vancouver last wmdr, I would
have mule a match with him it
once, is I never passed up ,1 challenge, but now I am through with
fighting."
Plumbing Inspector Walden has
assumed hit officii! dutiei.
Subscribe for The Expkkss; tt.
The heavy rains this week luv.
effectually quenched the forest firei
on the coast.
Tuesday night the local Pythian
lodge initiated two candidates in
in the first rank.
The Chehalis Lumber Co., ltd.,
has been incorporated, with a capital of {150,000,
A. S. Emmcrson will have his
new house on 4th street cist completed this week.
The provincial government has
given about {too,000 to help out
the Fernie fire suflerers.
The provincial exhibition will be
opened at New Westminster on
Sept. 39, continuing to Oct. 3.
VV. C. Eisenman returned on
Saturday, altera month or so spent
in the wheatbelds on the prairies.
Richard Simpson has been appointed caretaker at Alexandra
Gardens vice Thomas Kirkland,
resigned.
John Downer is about to begin
the erection ol a residence on his
property on 33rd street, west of
Lonsdale ave.
J. N. Hoare has completed solid
stone foundations for a splendid
residence on his extensive property
on 5th avenue east.
Mrs. J. W. Fugler is making
steady recovery Irom the serious
illness from which she has been
suffering for the past week.
D. A. McLean, ol Thf. Express
staff, has rented a house on First
street and will take up his residence in the city this week.
David I. mn g is making good pro-
greia with hia new residence on Mi-
Iiiiit avenue, ind will have it ready
for occupancy in a few weeks.
Mr. McAhece, who has rented a
store in the Keilh block, will open
up a full stock of drygoods and
houselurnishings early in September.
Belore selecting your Millinery
elsewhere call at the New Millin-
eiy Pallor in the Keith block,
formal millinery opening announced later—Miss Hoi.
The oider in council hns been
passed, constituting the new Lynn
creek water district, and actual
construction of the system will I"
proceeded with at once.
Miss E. G. P'luili. daughter ol
T. Booth the local fruiterer ind
conlectinncr, went down lo Ta-
coma this week to enjoy 1 visit
with Iriends In that city.
Specifications for thc painting of
the Horticultural hall arc to be
prepared ly Al' xandcr Smith and
Robert L. Dot In rty, preparatory
to calling lor tenders (or the work.
Miss Clapp has been ippointed
teacher ol the Capilano school and.
with her mother, has returned to
the city, residing at the corner ol
17th slreet ind Chesterfield Avenue.
List night the immense pile o(
logs, gathered up from tlie clearing ol the east end boulevard, wn
fired, making a tremendous blare
and illuminating Ihe whole nugh
borhood lor hours.
Unavoidable delay has been experienced in the preparations lor
the opening ol the new millinery
parlors in the Keith block, bnt
Mils Mux. the proprietress, expects tn he prepared to welcome
the ladies in a sliort time.
The entire floor spice ol lhe
Horticultural Hall will be filled
with exhibits at the approaching
exhibition Bstrisi hive been
ruining in verv Ireely ind the iuc-
cell 01 tin . ihiliilinn Irom ihii
standpoint is billy assured
Mount Crown  Lady True Blue
lllllgl     N   »      Ij6   lia   I'l   ,1   Vlll    Sill •
Iiii IPCial ami iIhiiu m (In* Imll uf
lhc (luiigr order. Ofl Wednesday
evening Tin dilution was at-
li nd' il by quite * ininil.i r nf per
sons Irom Vani oiivrr and was th"t
IlllglllV   '  al|"M    I
\a. *. ID !• 1 MhiIhi has sever. .1
his connei iion with the brry company and ii negotnting with the
Dominion Express Co., for the
establishment of a much needed
exptess office in this city. Tbe
office will likely be opened in the
near future.
The local auxiliary ol the W.C.
T.U. has been granted the use of
the Horticultural hall for their elocutionary contest and entertainment, which will bc held early in
October. The directors decided
to give special consideration to the
union by charg:ng only a nominal
fee.
T. Hutchison will begin it once
the erection ol 1 cottige for rtntil
purposes at*the corner of 3rd St.
and Mahon ivenue. Mr. Hutchison has derided that he prefer! to
invest his money in North Vancouver property rather than in threshing machines in the wheat belt,
and is acting accordingly.
A lawn social in aid of anew
Catholic church in North Vancouver, will be held at the residence
of G. J. Phillippo, 4th and St An- •
drew's, during the afternoon and
evening of Sept. and, commencing
at 3 p.m. Music, games, etc., will
be provided, while refreshments
will be served on the grounds.
Messrs. Simpson tnd Wight,
practical nurserymen and lands*
cape gardeners, ire negotiating for
land close to Capilano creek, upon
which they will establish a first-
class nursery. Their temporary
quarters are at thc corner of 22nd
and Lonsdale, where they have a
uill line of bulbs, Powers, tree!,
plants, etc.
Thomas Sorenson, of Seattle, an
owner of extensive property interests in and about the city and
one of the many non-resident subscribers to The Exprrss, wai in
the city during the week looking
over the situation. Mr. Sorenson
hai firm convictions of the future
of North Vincouver, ind look!
upon his investments here 11 exceptionally good.
The Stanley process lor manufacturing gai for power and for illuminating purposes, as 1 by pro-
din t in the nianufai lure of wood
pulp, will he demonitnted at the
Horticultural exhibition on Sept.
5th. Advices from the head officei
of the Hritish Canadian Wood
Pulp St Paper Compiny ire to the
eflect thit 1 plant will be installed
?nil the public given in opportunity to judge for themselves o( the
efficiency of th* method ind the
merit! of Ihe gil.
The recititive entertainment given by Pauline Johnson, under the
.uispii es ol thc Horticultural So*
1 n iv, on Tuesday evening, wai attended by a lair audience, which
made up in appreciativeneii whit
it licked in numbers. The pro*
grammc was characteristic and
worthy this widely known and talented authoress ind entertiiner.
I Klines such as this proved to be
arc worthy thc lirgest patronage
by all who appreciate the best io
public entertiinment.
A. Eirle Wighorne, ol The Ex-
i'kiss staff, hai accepted an invitation from lhc official boird of the
Methodist church, to tike chirge
of the singing irringemenli for the
church. Mr. Wighorne irrived in
Cimdifrom England so ine months
igo. He hn hid extensive experience in choir work, hiving Ird a
choir ol 150 voicci in conjunction
with his brother, W. K Wag-
borne, who will bc associated with
him locally. Severil of Mr. Wig-
home's musical composition! hive
unl with lavorableacceptance (rom
the pnbbc in England.
A visitor lo thc city this week
wis M. M. Thompson, manager of
thc circulation depaitmeut of the
Timet, Seattle, Wish. He cim*
here in the interest! ol the Dramatic Order ol the Knight! of
Khorassan, which is a side branch
ol the Pythian Order Aicremon*
ial session ol thr D 0. K. K.'lia
to be held in Vincouver eirly in
October, when a large number of
initiations will tike plice. Up*
waids of 100 viiiton will come up
from the Sound cities to unit io
the work, ind thr gathering ind
ssion will be a notable affair
in Pythian circlet. 1'IIE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVKII, «, t
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Nor 111 VaiNim UK.Aur.. 28, lyoh
FERRY DEVELOPMENTS
The fact that there is a fair probability of the amicable adjustment
ol the regrettable differences which
have existed for some time het*\ e n
the city ami tin* leiry company.will
be [ratifying information to all
who are interested in the progress
and the welfare of North Vancouver.
The result ol negotiations thus
far does not point to the accomplishment nl  the plan of adjustment, which appeared probable al
the time the joint committee ol the
1 iti ami distt ut was appointed. At
that time it  was thought feasible
that  1   new   lonipany   might be
formed, in nlmh the present company, the nty, and district would
be represent! 1, ind  that  by this
means the direction ol the affaus
of the lerry might be brought to a
larger exttnt oodei the direct con
trol ol the municipalities on the
north side ol the Inlet*    Clos. 1 111
vi -ligation has detsoMttatsd tbe
fact that such an irtlflfSflMfll il
not practicable, and while this is
perhaps unfortunate loi soun-reasons, at the same line, it I satisfactory solution of the prob,
be arrived it along other lines, an
appreciable compensation is lound
in the lact that tin- in lag up of a
large  amount  ol civic BM
thereby avoided, thus stteiiglhcn-
ing thc tinatuial position ol   the
city for grappling with  domestic
improvements, which arc pn
lor attention and lor which large
sums ol money will I" (aqoin I
Thc dralt tftsstBtot, submittal
by the special Inn mmmittei* to
the city council on UowUj 1 •• n-
ing, while not in an, w.r, I sci.sa-
tional dociiminl. ami while not
distiitbing to an\ I ail,' d extent
llie 1 xrtingiirili r ul limits, never
theless   makes   , which
should be   rlleuiii  in avoiding a
ri petition ol the sit.,:; 1 ,| 1. lation*
ships which have ><l Iltl dl
and which gins rsstOBSblf BBBBI
ance of an ad> quale tafi)
as to an 111111n01l.it*   a      1 ume table.
Tin P an sen ial |l .ilnn I of tin
plop ini nt   lhat   mint
spu ial attention I In running >>l
the tramcars on tin wharf would be
a decided improv. meal ou tin
present irringemcnt I In res. r*
vition ol the whirl bit 66 Int Itoin
high water mark would provide
very desirabk 1 ivie wharfage, and
would bc ol gn al OBVt nn Ml lo
the public lor boating purpOBI .
etc. Thc locating ol ti,. In ad-
quarters of the lerry company at
North Vancouver would accord
this city its rightful position relative to tin company, inasmuch as
the duel source ol palronag. is
provided by residents OB tin* side
ol the Inlet, wlui< ll the same
lime the presence ol the office! ol
li*i .ompany would hi of appm i*
able l.i ni lit to lhc citv.
Tin im eption of the ball hourly
service at 6.15 a.m. would mpplt
,1 ninl (bat has been gn allv bit
upon thr part ol snme i.f our uti*
the problem relative to the high
school students,10 whkh reference
was made in a recent issue of Tin:
Exprkss. The atbilration clause
would provide a much needed method of quietly and expeditiously
disposing ol such 1litlere11c.es as
may in future arise. While both
the directors ol the ferry company
ami the tepresentatives of the city
may wish at all times to be both
fair and reasonable, it is not to be
expected they will always sec eye
to eye with respect to what is necessary. At the same time, the
relationships ol the partial are so
intimate, while their interests are
so nearly identical and must remain so in the future, that it is a
matter ol vital moment that unavoidable different*! 1 be adjusted m
a manlier which will avoid friction,
while assuring each party every
reasonable consideration.
Thc agreement is yet in its preliminary stages, It has not yet
been sanctioned by either the
council or the ferry company.
While the parties are in accord on
general lines, there is always the
possibility that obstacles may bu
met with in finally arranging details. Nevertheless then is reasonable ground for hoping that a
successful issue will bt reached, to
the mutual benefit of the parties
concerned.
WHO PAYS THE COST/
The cost ol advertising is fre-
qi'iitlv advanced by merchants as a
rSBflOfl why they do nut advertise,
or wh) tbey advertise very sparingly. While it is quite true that advertising cannot be done free of
charge, it is also true that no merchant can trifle with his adverlis-
ing and hold his place amongst his
lIlOW un 11 bants. The merchant
who does not advertise, or who
advi ttise*. inadequately, willimai-
iably drop behind iu the race. He
iiu\ trv to persuade himsell that
his busuiis*, is not sullering, but
1 mild he compare the growth ol
Ins own trndfl with that of the liberal ami petsisieiit advertiser, he
would invariably hnd (hat he is
last [ailing behind.
To relrain from advertising because of the cost, is to clearly
manifest the lact that the question,
Who pays the cost ?" has not
bun clearly thought out. It is
quite evident that the public do not
pay (or the advertising of the liberal advertiser, because thc merchant who advertises must sell his
goods at prices that cannot be improved i Isi when, or his advertising will tail to attract. In point of
fact, shoppers find that they can
trade to the best advantage with
Ihe merchants who advertise freely. Neither docs the merchant
who adwitisi s largely.pay his own
.1 l.itlising bills in the long run.
A.lvi itismg undoubtedly bring!
ti suits and results mean larger
sales, and larger sales mean greater profits in thc aggregate, tlurc-
lore adequate adu tlising Actually
pays iiuiiii \ to the advertiser.
Who then doe! pay tin lull?
Why. the (nan who does not a.li. 1
tisr. Tbe nun ,nl.' Hi '1 Iiims
trade continually to the man who
is pushing, keeping liims. II In lm.
ilu public, getting out after trad..
Customer! pass the door of the
man who does not advertise and
buy from that man who is persis
SHOES  SHOES  SHOES
SCHOOL OPENING
We iisk ynu to mt niirflt'iok.   The Imi price uud
i|iiiililv  will larprlM nnd please ynu.
(live Nnrth Vniieiuiver 11 eluini'i' anil suit money and
time.  We ure practical ihoetMa and meddli vith
iiOiiMier tradt'g.
Kvery  kmil uf lOnie ill stuck fur Men. Wmiicii anil
Children,    lOoantion Iha dollar less than my
nilvcrti**'.*.! prion.
Agents lor Leckie Hoots, Minister,
Myles. The Williams' Shoe Co., McCready, Old Country and The K Hunts.
"They 411 Trade At Home"
Although people conn1 down the hill
il don't say they go to Vnncouvor to
buv Groceries.     Thev  Never   Pail
McMillans
NOTE
ADDRESS
WOOD £> SON
the
Billable Mnn Mine
.V.*.' Bier luSlciiciii't I In rem Starr
Repairing*  Best of leather and Workmanship,    COR. Lonsdale St and
tently seeking their custom,  and 1 M ARTJ NSON & CO
hence  the   non-advertiser   yields
trade to his fellow merchant, thus * Hlliltlitljr
increasing his competitor's profits. ~————————
This loss to the man who does not' ContfttCtOfg
advertise pays for the advertising
of the man who does, with a hand-1 PJ»n .~4. 8P«!fl,»^01" . *~~~i
some margin.    This phase  of advertising is worthy the serious con
sideration of every progressive man
of business.
Pioneer Bakery
between Esplanade & First St.
S, H. Walker,  ■   Proprietor
and   Ipadflcstloni
Whan thinking si building let us gi
1111 i-liinate.
llllHNKBLOCK,     LOSSim.K AVI'..
Or I'.O. lt„\ 72,  N'Tih Vaiirntiviir.
Freeh Breed daily, 16
loaves for fl; 4 for 2f)c
Take, Paltry, etc,
Daily Delivery to All Parts of City
PllONr. S        71 Lonsdale Ave
fhesterfield School
Comer Lonsdale Ave. ami llth St,
NOKTIl *'ANCOCVKR
HinH'ilim! nml Uui Srliml for iion
Will lu'..|.i.neilSi'|it. 7th.
Principal!—
A. II. SCRIVEN, RA.
K. II. BATES, H.A.
I'lllUr   IIFUTII   MNinilT
TIIK PUBLIC AUK
KIKH that all ni
PUBLIC AUK HEREBY M'TI-
■ii-i*i ,,[ infections.
r-ontafriou* nr ipidcmlc disease, ol a
I'liarueier daagerooi to pabtlo health,
inii.i Ue reported in the Medical Health
(llliivr.
THOMAS SIIKI'llKHIi,
I'ity Clark.
1'itv Hull, Nnrth Vuiu'iiiiviT, II.C,
July '.Hli, MM. -I--'
kHi liiiinmviT HanhviiiT
fnlll|iiltl\. Llil.
Harden Tunis
Lawn Mowers
Electrical Fixtures
Plumbing
Points nntl Oik
llit ibices' 11'unliro rt
9 to iH inch tops
MENS
SHOOTING
BOOTS
Prospectors' Surveyor*
and lot\QnV Boot*
All the Iiest Canadian Makes
PRICES
$4.00 to $9.00
PYKC'S SHOE STORE
i'llll  II list Hit's Street
fooi oi ion* me.
LIST YOUR
When you intend building
consult
j. m. from:, nun
50 I,0NS1UI.E Avi.
Ilt-ilm-li Uflicr, humMe .li/.,('i(i/*  Hi*.nr
V„, ;.;
lie ml iit)ne ttinl Mill. I.iinn Ctttt, lit'
B iilil
A CARD
To the Citizens of
North  Vnncouver
PROPERTY
WITH IS r'OK
QUICK SALE
A. SMITH & CO.
JUNCIION   BLOCK
NORIH VANCOUVER.
LTiniLLKflUTHilir
KniiKiiT Mauhssw, l'rup.
Full Mat nf Krei-li mnl Cased Maati
anal lish kept.       Ainu Hairy  Proihii'li*
ami Freeh VejataWei
ORDERS DELIVERED te all parts
nl tba valley.
J. w. BALMAIN
CIVIL   KNlilNKKH
IJnaiiliiiy Siirieyi.r uml Architect
Kni'Krii Stkkkt, ''iiKnkii IM.BMU Avi
NOUTII   VANCOt'VKR
1
I'ROPOSLD lOCAl IMPR0V1MINT
m\mm
I'llla
'ropoied North Vinoouver
Terminal of Ortnd Trunk
I'licilie.
Mns, and incidentally would solve |t/alluii n« or writ- lm lull particulari.
'.I'L'.
N.'ITII   V ANH II'VKII
VlM.il'VIR
LIIL  VM» IIKI INSURANCL
N01ARY PUBLIC
RLAL LSLATL.
Dominion Subsidy
\\V patriuii/e your lionie
papers with tbe hope that
you will patroaisi us.HI' I
not nubs*, vvi i an give you
nut a miy First Class 1'iaiiu
(Jtiality, BUT -also Lower
Prion, All wc ask cl you
and this is for our mutual interests-is that you
iall   and   see   our
PIANOS AND ORGANS
get our prices and Easy
Terms, Recently we published I list of some Two
Dn/en of your Most Prominent and Well-Known
Citizens who have bought
of us
"NEW ART-
BELL PIANOS
which is only one ol the
16 different makes we
carry in stock.
II si is mi 11 Ml wai tm«
Mil 01 NOI
roti
LIMITED
139-441 EUiting Street
COAL
COAL
New Wellington
Coal direct from the mint's,
Place your orders now and
secure your winter's lupply,
Luge shipments will arrive in a few days.
PRICES RIGHT
Largo supply ol Wood i
WVft "ii lium!.
mum wmwm
lll'lll.ll NOTICK i-lienliy given Hint
' in iii'eiinlniiiv with the pruviniunn nl
the I'lihli.' II. allli llvbaiv, nf tlie Cttl
nf North Vancouver, Iha Municipal
Coundl Iiiiii* I'liiitraetrd willi the Medical Health Ulliccrtii attend at the City
Hull. Nnrth Ymii'i liver, Ofl tin* I'ir-l
Monday nf each month, al the hour uf
II o'clock lo tba fotw<i**n, hr the purpose ol   vaccinating at  the I'XI'i'iiH' ..(
the city,all i»."r peisoaaiiad nil othan
lit llieir mi n eSSSBBSi
The fiitlier, iiiulher, ur penos haviiiK
the eiire,   ii ii rl n r.-. nr  eiivli.ly nf every
ild horn in the eity, .Imll. within
thru Matin idler the hirth nf Kiu'h
child, take« cause tn Ih* taken, the
child. In the llsdicsl I'riiililinner, ill at*
i. iniaiici'iii the aiimn* ippoioted plaee
fnr tlie |iiir|in-'* "I l.iiii! vaerinatni; un*
leu. lhe chOd has ban (>r.*\ niuwly vaeei-
iiiiieil hy Kiime lagalljrqoaliflad I'raeii*
tinner,    and    the    vaiTinnlion   duly
oortUed.
THOMAS SIIKI'llKHIi,
City Clerk.
Nnrlh Vnnininer, II.C.,
llth .Inly, 1IK1N. '.'l-tl
Diplock Wright
Lumber Co.
I7th Street, North Vancouver
P.  LARSON
riiltel Not tii VaniniiM i
TttephoiM No z.
Dimension laUinlier
Slii]ila|)
Rustic
Bhinglei
l.mli
Finishing Lumber
etc., etc.
Our prices are tight.   Let us give
you a figure on your
Lumber bill.
rAKK NOTICK that the Cmnn-il ol the
('iir|i.iriilii'iinl the t'ily of Nnrth Van*
laiincr iiili'inU I Linn tihe   b.'«l
lniiirniiiiienl m*I mil in the m-lia-alnl.- up-
|ieHrini! Ih'I.iw. and Ifltasdl ta MM the
liinili'iisl.'ira iKirlinn llierenf, ilimn lhe
real |ir..|«*rtv lieui'tlte'l ihereliy Irmitiiig
nr ibotuni thereon ami haU llflUi Inr
MMMaW Iherelnr.
A fliiti'iiieiil -ilinuini! lhe laml** lialile
miai iniipuond in l»' ipeelall; MneMJ fnr
lhe-iii'l iiii|>riivi'ini'iil ami thc IflflM ol
thaown-atl therenl, wi (ar a. ilm name
i .in bl .i-airlaiiied (rum (he hint relimil
;i-"a-nieiil roll nml nl hern ine, is now
lile.l III  llli*   nlliie   nf   lhe   AwH-MBlellt
ConmWooeraad i» h|i«*m lm Issysstka
ibirinK nllii'i' hniir..
The wliiiliile lii'lnw laSSTC Iln* '"•'i-
nuitiil iai-t ..I lhe iinpnivi'iiienl ami the
pnii«irli,in In I"' |ir.iiiilnl nut nl the
Ki'ilerul Iiunl. nl lhe eitv.
A i-'Hirt nl reviH nu will Ik held in the
Oh llall, Nnrllia} Viiiii-unviT, H.l'.nn
the llth dai ol Saptmbar, IWi H thi
liniirni loVtoeh |"'i . '"r the |iiir|«HH*
uf hearuiii any i'iiiii|iliiuili* aiiainul llu*
|llllllaSal MMBSeatl, nr the nmi-iU'y
nf the rroatata meaioreiiiesta, nr any
other i'inii|ilaiiit" wliieli the IMMI In*
Uwaatad twtsn t" kssai shleh i- b)
law* i'n|iiiir.alili* hy the Cunrt.
THoMAS SIIKI'llKHIi,
Aiw-wmi'iit Cniiiniiifioiier.
Nnrlh Vmioiiin'r, II.C,
Mh aassat, UK*
MHMU kiiikkhiTii:
hflBSNi K.liiiiatiil   Kulimate
Ini|iriniineiil total iimt city tn pay
Clcaruiif and |irniliii|i »l
Ei|llilh   Slr.el,    Ik-
twil'ii  1/nwlale Avenue llll'l  lillli Street,
ami layini nf li-fl iMe
walk on north aide of
.treet MB per ft.
Immune     I*--"'-
27-U
Be^K
Rolled Oats
Flour
Hai) and Feed
8eed»
ALL ORDLRS
DIIIVIRiD
NOKTIl VANCOUVER
Fine, healthy Tomato and
Cauliflower Plants, grown Irom
Sutton's Seeds, always on hand
ihe Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdale Avenue,
at Ferry Landing
Harry Mitebell, local manager.
Jul) Printing ai The Express tiie express, noeth Vancouver, b. c.
7(
[ 111 I
Councillors McNaught, Nye and
Davidson were present at the regular session of the district council,
on Friday evening last. Reeve
May presided.
A draft copy of tlie pound bylaw
for Lynn Valley was submitted.
Communications were read from:
City council, to the effect that the
communication with relerence to
financial arrangements was leferred
to finance committee. Moved by
Councillors McNaught and Davidson that the district solicitors be
consulted for advice as to the proper method to be adopted to free
the district from the incubus of
debt resting upon it because of lhe
inaction of the city council.
From W. A. Duncan, city clerk
ol New Westminster, acknowledging letter ol congratulations as to
the success of the lacrosse clul;
filed.
From department of public
works, ie opening of Lillooet trail,
to the effect that thete are no funds
in hand at present lor this work;
laid on table.
From G. W. Carpenter, asking
for work trail to lot three, on King
street, Well ol Lonsdale ave; board
of works to report.
Frnin Mrs M. L Dissette, ask
ing for a work trail to lot i, block
is, nm thei l\ portion ol D.L. ios6;
board id works to report.
Frnin the secretary of the relief
committee at Fernie, with thanks
for cheque for t2oo and other donations.
A plan of subdivision of D L.
624 was finally accepted.
Hoard of works accounts, lo the
amount of tit)},2 95, were onleieil
paul.
The pound bylaw was brought
up lor di' cussion. The clerk read
a protest against tbe bylaw signed
by foil) lesidenls; also a letter
from Mis. T. A. Allen, giving at
length iiasons why this bylaw
ihould not be enacted
Deputations wete present representing both sides of the question,
and an impartial heailngwas given
the several exponents.
Councillor MaNaught moved and
Councillor Davidson seconded that
the pound bylaw be not proceeded
with; carried.
Engineer Donald Cameron submitted a 11 port, recommending the
acceptance of the tender of the
Dominion Pipe Company for the
pipe for the Lynn waterworks, at
1 total cosl ol $8403.95.
The clerk reported that the bank
will place at the disposal ol the
council lio,000, with district de
bentures as security pending their
sale.
On motion the lender was accepted, subject to the issuance of
the certificate by the provincial
government.
Mr. McEwen's application for a
work trail, 1300 feet in length, to
his properly on Queen street, in
D.L. 617, at an estimated cost of
>390, was referred to the engineer
to act.
Lonsdale  avenue which is out of
tepair.
A plan of subdivision of part of
block 75, D.L. 549, was submitted
and approved.
The special committee appointed to confer with the fen 1 min-
pany, to effec( an adjust.i"*nt of
outstanding differences, submitted
a report, embodying a draft agree
ment as between the city and the
council and providing for the renewal of the lease ol the Lonsdale
ave wharf to the company for a
term of five years, upon certain
conditions. (The text of the agreement will be found in full in another column.)
Engineer Loutet submitted a report for the improvement of the
pressure reducing system at 19th
street, by the substitution of a cement reservoir for the valve at
present in use. The cost would
be about I400. Keferred to the
waterworks committee to report.
Aid. Wheeler made request for
leave of absence for two weeks
which was granted.
The last issue of thc B. C. Gazette contains notice of the incorporation of the Capilano Timber
Co., ltd., with an authorized capi
tai ol $300,000. The chief owners
of the properties ol this company
are A, B. Nickey, S. M. Nickey
and W. C. Nickey.  *».
X C
/Jt4t>*v &t- ***£--*./ <**4tt toteK
^n. -4U. /■JvTS-1-*-
-*£J^'
G. E. JORGINSEN
OH InQiiB-m  nnd ft, C. Unt) S«n*y.K
'MOM 21t.M
The K. M. ROSS CO.
Iln stun* Hut Wi Vm Money.   Coapara Our I'm.. Will Am Otktir
Shoe Store anil See ll We ia eel Save In. Heart.
GETTING READY FOR OUR FALL STOCK
All ildd Linen Comprising  Some ol Our Bent (IiioiIh Musl lie Cleared nut tn
Make Hoom (or New Lines.
When we advertise a ent price you can depend on getting it. Iteineuilier,
you are buying rrinp new kikxIs, at prices thai vmi will lie asked for cheap
traah. We guarantee every dollar's worth nl goods you buy here. Kor
Quality and [ip-tii-date lioods at prices we defy competition to eipuil. t'oine
direct to North Vancouver's finest hoot and ihoaMora, men's furnishings, etc.
DO Wt lAVt VOl) HBNtY ?-lf not we dn not ask for your trade.
HERE  ARE   SOME
50 pairs Men's Shoes, in (Inndyear
Welled lliucher Hals, Oxfords, etc.,
in tans and blacks, broken list's, if
your si/.* is here you gel a genuine
bargain. Some worth |4.50, $5.011
and $11.(10. your choice while the lot
lasts for IS.90 a Mr.
Iiii pairs Dnngola Kid Shoes, blileh*
ercnt, solid all leather soles, worth
|l 00 a pair, while they last you will
Inn them 3.00 a Mr
B pairs fine $4.1)0 patent leather
Oxlords, to clear at 111.00 a pair.
CLEARING   PRlCESi
20 pairs nl Ladies' Kid Oxfords,
pat-"11 leather tins, worth l' u a
pair, while the lot lasts you buy them
for 1.10 a bait.
28 prs. Men's Heavy |:t,50 Working
IliKil* extra heavy soles, with best
Kip 1 |'i"TB, on sale to clear al I.II.
21X1 Men's lliinil |l 25 Shirts, to
clear at 75c each.
5 doXi'll buys1 50c. Haunelette
Sbirls. alsu Regattas, tn clear at 25c.
lO.liizen '.'.'>i',a5e, and 40c Ties. In
clear at 10c.
ll
THE A. M. ROSS CO.,
309  LONSDALE  AVE.
gf ft)\ Kinds ol Shoe Work Holm on the Premises.	
^iiiiiimiiii.............. ui uu......
NOW is the
Proper Time
To have vmi   Furnace Fixed Up or a new  one  installed,    llon't leave it unlil the last minute but see
us at once.    We are sole agents in Nortli Vancouver
for
McClary's Famous Stoves
Ranges and Furnaces
The name McClary's is a sufficient guarantee ol
their quality.
lor Hoot and Shoe Repairing Wl V   FISH Ct\
and Custom Work N.T.I IOIIVO.
e      e      e
go to THOS. O. MILLS
Pioneer Resident Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave , above and Street
at the A. M. Ross Shoe Store.
:1
Hallway., Krlil||i'., Water Power., K.tlliialei.
Sii)„.rliiti-n.I.11. <* ..I 1 a.ii-ii iiiiiaiii Map., Town
Ml'**. MllnilK Clallll., Slll.-llllllil.il-, ele,
SM  llaaslli..* Sl. IV,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
W. NICHOLSON-LAILEY
AK.Mill. I
Oflice—Sew I liompson Block,
l.ousilille lll'l'lllll'.
Residential work a specialty.
t. 0. Box .Tl
North Vnncouver, B. C.
The Seymour Hotel
JOHN McINNIS, Prop.
located on tStymour PI|M Line,
quarter-mile from wharf.
City Council Meeting
Those in attendance at the regular session of the city council on
Monday evening were:- -Aldermen
May, Irwin, Crickmay, Smith and
Braim; Mayor Kealy presided.
Certain residents at the extreme
northerly end ol Lonsdale avenue
wrote, requesting the assistance of
thc council in securing the exten-
lion of the electric light wires to
their locality. The company would
extend the lines provided they
were guaranteed an appropriate
percentage in return; clerk to reply
that the council had no power to
act.
R. L. Docherty, secretary ol the
Horticultural Society, wrote, requesting that the plank walk from
list street to the entraace of the
Alexandra Gardens, be made three
planks wide, and also that the city
loan sufficient plank to lay a temporary walk from the entrance to
the hall; board of works to act.
The North Vancouver athletic
association wrote, requesting that
owing to the low state ol the association's exchequer, the council
grant them exemption from taxation the present year; referred to
the finance committee.
The matter of thc proposed improvements to Lonsdale ave north
was then reported by the mayor
Irom the court ol revision, and on
motion of Aid. liraini and May, it
was unanimously agreed that the
matter be dropped until the property owners should exptess their
desire lor improvement.
The board ol works was insti uct-
ed to report on the best method to
adopt in improving the section of I
This is a first-class hotel,
and is now open to the
general public. Good
accommodation and
service guaranteed
Road connections Irom North
Vancouver for Vehicles.
SEYMOUR CREEK.
FithIi Milk Uml Ilailv to
all parts nf Hie (ily
Leave Orders at Express Office.
Cor. Lonsdale and 8th St.
tVANI (• Ml IB, PinK
All kinds of Fresh Fish delivered daily. Smoked Fish a specialty.
Also butter, l'-ggs, and Vegetables.
Our aim is tn please our customers as
to goods and price/). Let ui have your
ordeis.
N.V. NSH CO.,
1MIONKS4.
IK
I
Notice of Tax Sale
NOMM DRY WNHIS STOKE
Cor. 2nd and Lonsdale.
We carry a full line of
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Bargains in Men's Kurniah-
ings and Ladies' Wear.
We can afford harxaini, hivini
bought a N. Vancouver bankrupt stock
away lielow coat.
For Diarrhoea,
Dysentery,
Cholera Infantum
Etc., use
Raymond
Diarrhoea
Mixture
This remedy is sold  under the
fi iiimi iiiii positive guarantee:
"Take half a bottle and if nol
found satisfactory, return the
balance to us and get your
monev back."
IS THIS FAIR?
PRICE
25c per bottle
11
"The Obliging Druggists'
Or. Cordova and Cam Iiie sis.
Vancouver,   II. C.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue ol the Municipal Clauses
Act and Acts amending the same, and by authority of the Council ol
the District of North Vancouver, on Tuesday, the ist day ol Scptem
ber, 1908, an o'clock, p.m., within the District Municipal Office,
Esplanade, North Vancouver, I will sell by Public Auction, the I.111.I-.
hereinalter described to recover the taxes delinquent in respect thereof,
and interest and costs, all as set forth opposite the description of said
lands respectively, il thc amount ol such taxes, interest and costs is
not sooner paid, viz:
We -hiaranti't' All Our Work and you
will Iind that our prices are just a little
better tlittn  you can get elsewhere.
1 ALL OR KINO 12
| Paine & McMillan
'!        Corner lonsdale Ave. and First St. Phone 12
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Iil-YKII'TION OK
I'RIII'EKTY
U.L.  Block
part
237
554
556
559
5KJ
579
597
599
599
599
764
773
773
785
785
7«5
887
1139
1243
U53
202b
202b
bin
623
H5'
95° part
" part
ut
ASSK*KI1 OWNER
Titf. 111
llll Hn*
,.aa .nl
mi, 1,.1
5 acres
West half
part 4 acres
jutt j acres
11
H
20
ii
n
part
part
3.75 acres
12
'5
16
24 acres
part
n.p
n.p
n.p
881
881
954
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1404
'5»4
2003
2003
2003
2003
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2022
2022
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2088
part
part
11
12
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12
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3°
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S3
3
8
9
50 acres
3
4
3
38 acres
40 acres
10 acres
9 acres
Wtf
L. C. York
Henry Copeland
W. Godfrey
Northern Canning Co.
Northern Canning Co.
|iihn MeLeod
JEstate ol Mrs. lildon
Fred. McAlpine
J. Walker & W. Goodbraid
IH. F. Maskill
;J. A. Harper Wallace
iNational Packing Co.
I. j. Mulhall
Mrs. Matilda Low
Mrs. Matilda Low
Mrs. Matilda Low
Dr Sidney Herbert
JD. L. (iow
Estate ol J  Kooney
D. S. Walbridgc
Ida Maschisc
Tahi Nome
Kstateof T. II. Condell
Mercantile Dev. Co.
David Cook
William Monro
JA. McEvoy
I Dr. Sidney Herbert
Edward Cook
Albert Sinclair
Henry French
Mercantile Dev. Co.
Iohn Armstrong
I. Takehara
Mrs. Mary Curry
Mrs. Mary Curry
Mrs. Jessie A. Keith
Norman Burrows
iMargaret Somerville
V. Jane Elchinks
M. Carruthers
Ereni M. Snow
Y. Kogo
Miss Annie Roberts
Mrs. M. Hicks
Wm. and Sim. Moyes
I1560
87.70
19.10
12.50
6.25
1.60
9.46
7.80
7.80
7.80
•»*95i
11.80
40.95'
1.60
1.60;
1.60,
8.85I
30.80
50.00
11.60
1.60
1.60
6.50
214.80
119.15
3.08
3 77
7 95
6.70
29.76
3.70
31.25
3.62
2.70
2.72
2.72
2.72
2.85
2.85|
2.85
142
2.85
2.85
1.90
1    ',"
78.5
2.60
6.4O
3.00
»55
2.27
2 in
2.511
2.40
2.40
2.40
2.15
2.60
4.05
2.10
2.10
2.10
a 45
3 55
3.50
2 im
2.10
2.10
l-JJ
12.75
7*95
2.15
2.20
2.40
a 35
3.50
2.20
3.60
2.20
2.15
lalj
2.15
2.15
2.15
2.15
2.15
2.10
2.15
2.15
2.10
1 i<>
2. I"
TOTAL
It8.40
94.IO
22.10
'5 05
8.52
3 7°
II.96
10.20
10.20
10.20
5*io
14.40
45.00
3-70
3-7°
3.70
11.30
34 35
53 50
14.20
3.70
3.70
8.85
•"37-55
127.10
5*3
597
10.35
9.05
33.26
5.90
34-85
5.S2
4-85
4.87
4*87
4.87
5.00
5.00
5.00
351
5.00
5.00
4.00
400
10.25
Having Your Teeth Fixed
At one liiue mis a very painful operation. Ily some
it In siill painful. Noi N nl llie ltii*t"ii DaataSBI, We
have nil lhe Intent ei|iii|iini'iits kniiMl to the modern
JWlllll. It in inure liken jileuure tn have unfix
v.mr teeth. haOBM our dentinta are all ex|ierienced
men. We SMBS H" BBBRB1 lor i-ianiiniiiti your teeth,
und ii.iiild lie pleimil to Iinik theni over ai nny time.
BUD 01 B Petri*,        Illl> Mill t tHNOI
Tull let of I. ilh         11.00
Biiitqimilk, |ii 1   luolh          1.00
Bold Crowns         I.oo
(111I1I I illiiigs         I.oo u|>
Plalln.il ilium-.        I.oo
litractln.-  lo
ALL   WORK  GUARANTEED  WITH  A   PROTECTIVE
GUARANTEE  FOR  TEN  YEARS
The Boston Dentists, Ltd
DR. A. K. fUMH. Consulting Dentist
407 Hastings M., W., Vancouver
HOURS  9 a.m. to 6 p m.
PHONE ute
Given under my
A.L)., leel
hind at Nurth Vancouver the ist day ul Auuiist,
ALEX.   PHILIP,
Collector
ATENTS
*A> -©licit llu- lm* ii' — i'l M-iniitirlurrr.,
Fni-iiir**t..iulolliri. „:, . mttfff Iiii .ilvliailiil-
.'l af ii.iviDi lli-ir I'll.'ll lm ■■» lnnv.lt.1
liy KlpcrU. I'trlm'tiMi** iilvi,,* frt*f, CWjii
iii'»!riile. Onrlm-ninr'i AiMki.'-iii I
q'l-rt. mti"H*M.iil m, K'X'il.. ■**' w V. i*. I.ili
•n.i** a*,«ii,"i .oa **.-' •".'"« ix'. u aa
North Vancouver Hospital
InNI'l ITKII  HV
THE MISSES DAWSON
TttMft—tlT-M ts I'.ii per flask
Cilv   |1lielll»   |l pM 'i.lV
Nlir-e. Kent nut nil H|.|ilii*lltl"ll.
Cormr llth iir--«t »nd Vi'..llt-ohu
ll.
Rl
I "a"t
Slnnufoflitrer
nil kind, ol Minninn and Antique Furni-
tnri'. Store, Orlirn, Rank and Bar Fix-
taria,   Itepairing in ill iti I.nun lien.
ITS Third Hi. »'., Bet. CbnUrdelit .ivl Un.'l.l.
Olipmll* Hohiiol
Mill.iiRHKRS niven prompt attention
A. FARRO
Qentra] Contractor
Uml t'li'iirinii,   Slump and last
ItlantiiiK. K.jlra ,an* near limine-.
All dlllllllire.  made H'""!
KM I'I. ii VM at NT     AI1KNCY
• ml HI.. W»«l ,,l l ..,,«.!   l.
1' 11   II... it
TREES,
PLANTS
For the Farm, Garden, Lawn
or Conservatory
Uelinl.le   IU *' ■ • nl r.i -anliallle   prln'n.
No itorer-    Sn Keah   No htSafatloa
toeaauflaitock.  >o windy ipoti to
nun,iv \ ..il.    BflJ *lif"*'l   ;ti"l   H''t   I*'""'
tnd H I- llnl I™**'
K. rtili/. r-. 1'** • -i|.|.lii—. Spray I'liini-f,
Ipravini Materlil, Col l'i*.»er-, et.*.
(Ilde.l   i.lnlali-lii-il   iiur-eri    the
mainlnii'l "I BrllUh OdBBihU.
CntnliiKiH' llflfl.
M.J HENRY'S
NIRMRilS tSO MIDHOISIS.
jnio Wflmnwflfl Hoaii.
VANCOUVER, HO*
Stoney & Co.
Pnintera and
Paperh a n ge rs
II" Lonsdale A v. Phone B69
For Furniture,
House Furnisliiiiirs and
Crockery
at Heasonalde Prices,  t;o to
The North Vancouver
Home Furnishers
in mv k nun K bOBHMtl avi.
North Vancouver
Transfer •^^jr"
Curtate, Keniovnls,
I'a reel Delivery,
Storage
UN      in   l**"\.llii I'     TIRM1
OlFICa.-liU imi, um inui
lilephone 70.        Night Calls 13. Ji\
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, li. C.
New Advertisements
Milliner)   MlM Boi
Nursery- Slmpaoi A Wight
A card—Montelius pinnu limise
Riili;wai»laaa Bland'i pooan
iluiiiin*.- I U—l'yke's ihOMtOM
BjBUOl ItlppllM— I'l.inei'r DrjIgOOtU
Mi'l'luri'- HaBgH   PalfllA McMillan
■Uth iiiinnnl ixliiliiliiin—lliartiiiillur-
,il Sin-i.'ly
Court of Revision
Beluie llu* regulll MMIOB ol tin
city council on Monday evening,
the iilileiuu n s;it as a court "I u*
VIMlillOll   the   proposeil   improve
ments in LoBtdala avenue,between
j i st  ami   .iial stiei is, ns iiuiiii
mended hv the boflld ol WtttltS,
The improvement! recommended
were ,is [ollows:—Lonsdale IVS,
Irom j ist tu .13rd streets, to bi
■traded, guttered, ami dntined.
The avenm , ..11 lhe west side ol
the street railway track, from Iind
to 23rd streets, to lu* graded. The
avenue from j 1 st to 23rd streets.to
be surfaced wilh crushed rock or
with (ravel, A four fool sidewalk
to he laid on the west side of the.
avenue* from 21 st to 23rd sheets.
The .council proposed to proceed
with these improvements iindei
section 23 of the local improve-
ment bylaw, which provides that
in case of public need the council
may so proceed without the usual
petition from the rstspsysre,
A deputation comprising II. L.
Kademacher and H. W. Young
and bssriog a petition ligned by
ten out ol twelve property owners
along the section involved,protested against the proposed improvements, stating that they were not
needed and nobody wanted thnn,
neither had anybody petitioned [01
theni. The estimated cost was ll
so considered exorbitant. The
road was in IStilfactory condition
I" I uie pottions of it were torn Bf
in order tn lav the liaiiiline extensions, and al! that was required
was lhat the mail In placed 111 a
slai, nl p pair, similar to that
whu h niltl 'I previous to its being
disturbed. It was obligatory upon
thc council to do this and tin N
lore the property owusn did not
iee why tin \ -liuiild be burdened
with the expi :.-' involvt d.
Aid. May obw nial that when
llu uiuncil undertook to lone tin
liuntage tax upon  a liodv ul rate
I'.i,* is. tin j 1 im ah .1 then moral
I'uwits, and   lurther, thai if   the
road had bw n put oul "i repair,tlx
council should raaton il iu it> lot
nn t condition.
Aid. Iiwin, ai airmai 11 thi
board of woiks,a!l ul thi mi minis
ol winch had concurred in the re
commendation, poind d nut severs.
irregularilies in il a manner ul
proceedings adopted bl thou who
n'i'  nhl' 1 ting, hut  li'  did Iiiit it
sire to take idvantagi "t thi n to
press for ll. . ui.t ol  the
recommendation ul  tin  board
iioiks, is he  liiini' 1  the  iiialla 1
should be CO
In face of  thc  oppoiition ul tin
property owners, tin- work ihould
not   be   proceeded with unless a
wis clearly seen In be iv 1 d
the benefit ol the  publk .11
The mayor read llie minutes nf
tin- uniting nl tip board ol worki
embodying the recommendation
md signed b) Aid Irwin, Smith,
ind Wheel' r. wl. 1 Itipriw th)
boatd      He BOtfld li;   la. I thai tin
opposing petition wai signed l*v
ail the prop* 11 * OWni is iu blm k
200 ami all lml IWO "Wn> 1 in
I link 215, on tin in si im), ol
l.nusdile   awn   • gflltfld
that tin 1 nmi uf 1. 1, |i 1 tl,,
llialtet hai k I" ll.a *   il an I 1*
P"ii in accord ■. tl • i.e t*
Un motion ind Mai
this was carried unanim * \\
B. C. Electric Improvements
1 llll'llgll   tile    I    *'  I       lil    |*a
the local management, extenaive
improvement! bave recently been
made in the local lighting plant of
Iba B.C. Eh cm*. Riilwi) Company. The voltage ol the wires
has been bised from 20,000 to
40,000, for which purpose six new
transformers are being installed.
This voltage is believed to be as
high as any wins have ever been
made to carry in ell ctrical engineering. In addition tu this extension, the local station is to be con*
in 1 led with Vancouver, and
through \ ancouvei with the Burn-
iby sulistatiun. llithertii the local
nation has been connected only
with   Lake  Buntsen, giving only
um 1 iicuit. and win 11 iiiilu ulties
iiuse mi that circuit nn alternative
was available. Undi 1 the new ar-
rangement, however, the Burnaby
1 in mt will he available ai well, so
tii.it ihould any mishap occur on
the lake circuit! the lyitem ian bs
twitched to the Burnabj circuit at
once, thus aasuring Ihe public
againat any prolonged lapiei in ths
light supply.   This is comforting
information in view of thi approach
ol thu lung winter evenings.
A. S 1'jiimeisoii emit, iiiplatis ,1
trip to England this autumn, to
visit his parents and particularly
his lather, whose health has not
lieen good for some time past.
ifflMUM FOR UUI III! 1.11 \M
Tnke nniiiv thai nt tli** next meeting
■ at iln* board ol llceniecomml-eionin fnr
the rilv of Nnrlh VBBCOUVM 1 intend to
innke :i|i|ilit'atinii fur 11 bottle liivn.e.fnr
the -nleiif-|.iriliii.i]-.li'rnieiili*il a.r other
llquora, for tbi premtm aitusted on lol
tt, IdiH'k 166, |i. I,. :'7I nml tli, vani'mi-
ver hi-triol.
JOHN nl'.NSuN
Pat.'l Ii.ii* lllh day oi UfSSt, IWI
The Lounge
Billiard and
Cigar Saloon
l.a.n-dnl.' Ave.       Il|i|i. t'ily llllll
Here are some of the rook-
ing tobaccos we carry :
Oapatan. Ptsvwa, Craves, nar*
rick, li D.V., Willi' Khagi l"lr'
ham, l.iiinkiii. Perique, CoTtoh'i,
I ihreworih, U-gCabln, Dill's Beat,
Old Eng.;-!. Qallalieri, Imklih,
Frontier, Besl ol North Carolina.
(ll.l ('Iinin. Meiarm-liiiinii, Willi
... i Flike, B ('* No, 1. M'.rn-'
Three Cutlra, Imperial, Sham*
rock, Macdonald'i, T. 4 B., Pedro,
\Vi-i"ii*r. Smlth'i0lauoo«i HTsst.
sard Ho, fa.
|a|    tbosi   who   1 hew We
haw* :
M.ii lonlld'l, r.lnekii nlili. KinuV
N.n v, iin.. 11'- Yivv. Climax. I'ay
Roll, l'i|..*r, -lii.l-iak.
Tin Cigarstta Smoker can
satislv Ins wants.     Hen   ,11
.1 few
M.i, l.rin ■     N'i*.l,.r.    I'r.u.-i.
Irdaah, Cambridce, Mogal, Btate
Biprea, Gold Flake, Oaptae
yilde*, Cambridge, Morad, Hofnl,
and all the ftrnk liriind**.
Our slock of Cigars is by
far   the   must   complete   in
town.       	
Why Not Buy Your
Smoking Requisites
in North Vancouver.
Builders and
Bulbs, Roses, Frail i nts. At.
M-IPMIV   IMi  vuilll
Nurwriiin'ii and   I Cardan**,
1  1    ni and I i
N.,rn. V.11,
(iardeii- laid ..ut,  On lard-  -maid
.1 nt -inn*i    1   nt      1    1* .nia* mi
iborl 1
n,a,«. .li  . l**r vniir lull plaoting.
■
Contractors
NOTICE
Tum inr 1908 ire nowdm
ind I'liy.iiil'' ai ibe City Hill
Nnrth Vancouver. Rebati
close- Btpttnbn LOih.
.1. .1 WOOD,
Collectoi
LARSON li  prepared lo
mpply
LIME,
BRICK,
SAND,
CEMINT
Ami all kimls ni Building
Material in quantities to suit
ami ut reasonable prices.
IITI.'I
llll    l'll"M       Naa      '.',
BLAND'S 4 Mate me.
3lb>   RIDGEWAYS   FINE
TEA,
WITH TERCENTENARY
CADDY, $1.10.
Applirat i<Hi forLiquor Licensr
NOTICE is hereby rivsa. thnt at the
next meeting**! the llnnni of l.ieeiisa'
I'liiiiiuissiuiierH dir the Diatrict Municipality ol North Vsawavsr, 1 shall ip-
ply lm a hotel lloanai for the Bale uf
ipirltuoui, fermented or other lii|iiors,
(or nn hotel dtuatadoB Kintrii'1 l,nl WS,
iirmi|i 1, Vanoouver Instriii, within the
reinsured timnsite kiioivn an the ('1111-
viiu VieH' Towaalta,
P. I.AItSIIN
.Inlv 111, 111(18
fl
MisvsM. L. Qtbbard
EXPERIENCED
DRESSMAKER
■Si*75 1'" tUy.
RO. Box 75,     North Vancouver.
Dr. A. McK;iy Jordan
EYE SPECIALIST
Cun be consulted about Eije
Troubles ul lhc old stand
334 Hasting* St.       Vancouver
TENDERS IM  invited   hy the Cl
Council for the eooitmetion of a ('■
rnrnirswithnirmin fixtures in 1
buemenl ol thi City Hall building.
Particular! na to dimensions, il
nuiv lie olilnined from the City Englni
ami tendon tnuil be lodged with 1
unilemiuiH'il  not late* tnan  5 o'el'
iliu. mi Monday, Hint August, litiw.
THOMAS 8HEPHEBD,
:'7-2t City Clerk
■lITIJUTlin MiRJJt|l'OR lkhh
I HEREBY QIVI Noi'H'K al n*
Intention to apply to the Beard ol l.i
cenilni Commissioner! (or thi Dlitrlel
Municipality ol North Vaaeoovat il
llieir next regular meeting lifter llu* ex
plmtlou ol thirty dayi Irmn the date
ii.rri.f for 11 lieeii.e inr I hotel In lia*
built Upon land Minute in the l.yiu.
Valley in the snid IH-triet Miiiiiii|>iilili
being loin one (l * nnd two It) In woei
tiftv-nne (41). Mill-division of dislriel lol
two thousand and ilghtjMeven (WW),
pOttp OBe(l), New   Weslniinsler  dis-
iriet
Hilled this eiiilitli dny "I Annust, IBM,
11A it 1: Y BOLUND.
W Irani;
s. LUCA8 HURT
s/av*vwv*wvv*/vv,vvvv*v%
Fifth Annual
Exhibition
NEW EXHIBITION HALL,
LONSDALE AVENUE,
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th.
SOME SPECIAL PRIZES
K. (i. Macpherson, M.l1., Silvir Cup for Hi st Special Kxhihit
ol Fruits, Flowers .nnl VflfSUblsS,
PresidMl Smith, Silver Cup, |0B BeM Ki pt Garden
Mamr Kealy, Silver Cup. lor Beet collection ol Ve|*ctal)lci.
Vicc*lVsi,|eiit Nye. Silvi (up. lm  BflBt Collection ol Fruits.
Ia l'i. sul, nt Cornish, Silver Cap. tei Iiest (.dl. vlion of Cut
Flutters.
Irwin I Hillings, 1.1.1., Sii.u Cup, Inr Hesl Cmv I'Ahilul. I
('.in,iili,in Flan to Class lia.aim in  (ilv .unl Ihsitn I  Si hool Ior
I',. ,1 (nllii linn nl \\ ild Fluwi is, I-i ins ami dtassi I
Vancouver Milling Co., lor belt Two  Loaves ol  llread Irom
Tin ir Flour.
Ami Many Other Valuable I'rirei.
SOME SPECIAL EXHIBITS
Bottled Fruits, (from Africeltflrsl Depertneat)! Pulp sad
Gai Makmi;. Bleed Bekia| anil Tea Sampling, Prodni (s ol ll,.
San Mills, and ol Our Mnn s,   Valualile I'urs,   1 loral Bflhibitl
frnin Victoria ami Vbbcouvw, Display nf l.ailies' Work, Indian
Curios   iiiiiI   Manufacturers,   Fhotograpliic Views,  and
nllii r Articles of Inleri'st.l'iiiiluce ol llu (ianlen ind I   .. Stoi k
Exhibition Opens at I o'clock p.m.
by R. G. Macpherson, M.P.P.
ADMISSION. Jfl CENTS
Refreshments Served in the Hall.     Take Lonsdale Car
! INI   HIGH LOTS IN BLOCK 29
BETWEBN 16THAMD 17TH STS., MAHON AVE.
Terms, nni'-fuiirth easli; balance, li, 12 aad IS montha
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SIXTEENTH   ST.
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S. GINTZBURGER
-LIMITED-
161 Cordova Street, Vancouver, ft. C.
p, 0. BOX 380.
Hotel North Vancouver.
i
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'$__w_\
liranil
Tourist
Resort
Dp to il,ite
Kites:
<3.oo per
Day
and up
Special
Kates lor
Families
and
Ragelai
boanlers
~~*r: .■■"   <-.i
Kvmf
!
H.°iTEl"                   P.LAR50-N
North Vancouver* ... ,
lorry Service (very Half Hour to and from Ihis Hotel
to Vancouver.                              P. Larson, Prop.
mirth \\\mm feiiv .v nm ro., ltd., m\: nm, \m
ll*»IM   IIMIIIUII
•MO A.M.
•I, I.'i "
LQO "
s.lu "
MD "
10.11 "
U.ll "
ItllP.M.
LIS "
2.1*. "
111 "
l.l.'i "
515 "
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8 15 "
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10.15 "
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1115    "
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1.45 "
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.1.45 "
4.45 "
5.45 »
H.44 "
7.45 •'
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"'.45 "
10.45 "
•11.45 "
10 15 A.M.
11.15   "
12.15 P.M.
1.15  "
2.15  "
:t.i5 "
4.15 "
&.I5 "
R.I5 "
7.15 "
•Not-<in SuniUv
PALACE HOTEL
RIM Ill'Mstllli IIOIII   ON   I 111  CBAM
AN IT'-Til-IMTK
TOURIST RESORT
H-tm: 11.50 I'l K
DAY AND UP
Y i ul Rales In I'uiiiilii's and li^nlur Roardrrs
llalf-li.mr ferry oonniilion tn ami (rum Vinrauver. Hot and cold
maler in every riKini. Ki'liirn call hell* In every worn. Il«rl»*r
.hn|i in i-'.niiiitiiiii.
REDA & ANDRUSS
MOMMTtm
Smum .jiiikit,   -   *   -   -   NOKTIl   VANCOUVER, B. C.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
i ink ive llu toi_ I.aiulinn lorQueensliiiry Avenue, Twenty-nrit
*-ti"i inal l.onsilale. Wim h street and Keith Koad is lollows 6:15
a in., f> 15 a. 111., 7:15 1. BL, 7.45 I. m , Iltl l. ni., 9 1. m. 9:40 1. ni.,
10:10 a in , Alter 10:15 a. 111., cars will leave Queemhury ivenue,
!«' nl\ ln-1 ami I.oiimMi avenue, anil Winch street and Keith Koad
at Iim iniuiilei to the hour ind twenty-five minutes put the hour.
( n, I. .ne Nmi tn nth street and yuecnsliury ivenue, Twenty-first
ii,. 1 nnl Lonadak IVBOUS, Winch street and Keith Road is follows :
ii a  in . (1 55 a  in.   ] to a .111 .  ItOJ   a.   m.,  H.tf 1. m., 9:30 i.m.
\fi, 1 I'M a in ' ars Icav. tin Fury Landing at ten minutes pist thc
! lm nil iiiinuli• In the hour.
'MP   All boats ire tin t In lhe cin.
SEE   BILLS   AND   PRIZE   LISTS   FOR   PARTICULARS
Hot Air Heating
Being torored with 1 liberal putroiKige from our
iitizt'iis in tlic liin- irt cnrrii'il, wc have inliled to
mir iiii-ini-- liv Installing all the latest ipplUooei
forth*plteing of CuroMee, Cornioi Work, etc.
Hi 11 >ur i-tiiuatrs befon iiuiiii: vniir work.
W'r also 1 uu Iiiiiiiii is' llaulu.in Come and gel our Prices
fraser * McNabb ,4%lh,^ej*,';Ave

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