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VOLUME 8
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY. AUGUST 20. 1909.
NUMBER 16
CITY COUNCIL;
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ol tin- pufidic woulil In- served, if
thc government were to appoint
ollicials, vested with powers and
duties similar to those of the
Ontario   railway   hoard,   thus
The aldermen were all present
at the regular session ol the city
council, Monday evening last.
Mayor May presided.
The manager of the Rickiuaii
cement company wrote, to the
ellect that he would interview
the council, as per previous arrangement, on Monday evening
next.
W. B, Haskin wrote, complaining of a nuisance caused by
an objectionable overflow upon
lot 7, block 134, D. L. 271; relerred to board of works to act.
R. T, Blackburn wrote, requesting that an arc light be
placed at the corner ol Mahon
avenue and 19th street, and also
that the water pipes lie attended to before winter to prevent
their freezing. Alderman Young
stated that the waterworks
couiniittee intended having all
exposed water pipes attended to
as soon as possible. The
request lor an arc light was referred to the lire and light couiniittee.
A petition was presented by
residents in the viclnily for 1 la-
opening up ol 6th street liom
St. Andrew's to St. David's and
of St. David's avenue from bth
to 7th street; referred to board
of works.
A pclilion was presented from
a number of property owners
a siting that the bridge on Larson road, between 21st and Gil-
mor streets bc repaired; engineer to report.
City Engineer Hanes submitted a plan showing 3rd street
extended through the Indian ii-
serve; laid over.
Aid. McNeish submitted a report showing the amount ol
street work accomplished this
year, and the work that it was
expected to complete bv ilk-
close ol thc year, a detailed report ol which will be found in
aiioihi'i column.
The lire and light committee
recommended that new arc
lights ibe installed iu the following locations: Corner ol 41I1
and Lonsdale, comer of Keith
road and Victoria park, corner
of Esplanade and St. George's;
adopted.
Aid. Dick moved that the representatives ol the B. C. HI.
Ry. Co. be requested to meet
the council in commillee ol tlu-
whole, at thc earliest possible
date in order to decide upon
some action ior the protection
of the traveling public. Alderman Schultz was ol opinion
that a somewhat more energetic
policy should be adopted, aud
that as empowered by the municipal clauses act, council should
appoint a special commillee lo
ascertain the causes ol the recent accident and to gather data
as to the best preventive expedients.
Aid. Dick's motion was carried unanimously and Alderman
Schulti then moved,seconded by
Aid. Voung thai a couiniittee be
appointed under the municipal
clauses act, to enquire into tlie
question oi safety appliances on
the local system of the I, C.
El. Ry. Council divided evenly
as lollows: Yea, Aid. Schult/*,
Young and McRae; nay, Aid
Dick, McNeish and Braim. The
mayor gave his casting vote in
lavor oi thc motion on the uu-
de».t,Hiding thai the appointment ol this committee was not
in any way to impede the negotiations between the council and
the company direct. Aid. McRae, Schultz, Young and Braim
were then appointed on the
couiniittee.
Aid. Schultz gave notice that
at the next meeting ol lhc council he would introduce lhe following motion: That this council respectfully desires to call
the attention oi the provincial
government lo the importance
of rendering transportation on
street cars less hazardous, by
thc adoption of the most improved safety devices, and lurther considers that Uic interests
bringing into operation a
searching periodical investigation of street car equipment and
the installation oi the most approved types of safety devices.
Aid. Young introduced an a-
mendment to thc liquor licensing by-law, to provide for the
closing of hotel barrooms on
Sundays, as follows: "Sub-section A of section 4 of the liquor
licensing regulations bylaw is
hereby amended, by adding at
tho end thereof, the following
words: "and the barroom of the
licensed hotel shall not be open
on Sunday for the sale of intoxicating liquors, except to
bona fide travellers and guests
in the hotel, for the personal
use of and to be drunk bv such
I president of lhe Fraternal Order at the entrance of the waiting
j of Eagles, will visit North Van- room a ticket collector is st(iT
couver to-morrow (Sstllldiy). 'tiMtd with a ticket box, simi-
arnving at 2.30 p.m. He will lar to Ulost, in m on Ua, ,olill
Ibe the guest ol the members of SV8telll- Thc Southern Pacific
j lhe Order and, accompanied by railwav, which operates llie
a deputation irom 1 ancouver largest svslein, employ girls cx-
aiid New Wtetminstcr Eagles, 'cuuivtly as ticket sellers,   All
will be laken on an auluinubile llim, fay iJOats ,m, oil |mrm.rs
tour ol the clly and district, whith fue| lhcy ,iml lmtv t.,u.
which will conclude at Canyon nomicai Md ifafaa, free from
View holel.Capilaito, where thu dirt aml smokC) ,im, mid,rin(, ,,
parly will be entertained at din- comparatively easy to keep tinner. The return to the city will boats _ a very Ilia. clo;in t0I1.
be made 111 time for a grand dltion throughout.
public meeting 111 Larson's pa-1 Manager Heard has submitted
vilion at eight o'clock p.m., to L iellRl|lv dcuilcil report to Uic
winch everybody is invited. Mr. |)oard 0J directors, einbodving
Hiring is a noted orator, and a 'important suggestions and' re-
rare treat is 111 store lor all who 'commendations, the result ol
can take advantage oi the geu-!w|,ich will become evident in
eral invitation to hear him on dut8 course
Saturday evening.
FERRY METHODS
Director Jas. A. McNair and
WALLACE SHIPYARDS
Wallace shipyards has listed
several contracts of late that
Manager T. M. Heard, of the 'ensure great activity at their
ferry company, returned on Sat- ways and yards for some time
unlay last from an ollicial trip, to come. A stern wheeler is to
during which they inspected the lie built for the Brooks-Scanlon
ferry systems al San Francisco lumber company, of Harrison
travellers and guests within: anil Seattle. Manager HcanLlakc. She will measure 120 feet
such licensed hotel or on the stales that they looked over the j in lengtii and 2b feet beam. The
premises belonging thereto." (erry system between Seattle keel will shortly be laid for a
This amendment was given its and West Seattle, and also the 'barge of a unique type. The
first and second readings, the system running on Lake Wash- barge will have a ship's bow
third reading being laid over un- ington. On this latter sheet of and stem and will be fitted with
til next meeting. water, King counly iiumicipali-[three large acid tanks  on   her
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LOCAL NEWS
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Far  Sale—50,000 strawberri     The Hitntting Sawmill Co., of
pl.iuis.    50c. per 100.   Simpson 1 Vancouver, were burned out last
&. Wight, 19th street west
Found.—A flat bottom boat,
with windlass. Apply If, C.
Thompson, llollyburii Whaxt,
West Vancouver.
Genllemau  wants  room   and
board with private iamily, near
public school. Address, "Hoarder," care of The Express.
Lost.—English   Setter   bitch.
night.	
The Great Northern railway
is lulling more land on False
creek, Vancouver.
A. E. Crickmay and B. C.
Gardner are taking part in the
tennis tournament in Vancouver
this week.
Mr. Kirkness, driver for the
B. C. Market, is removing   his
STEAMER ST. GEORGE OF LOCAL FERRY SYSTEM.
The   bylaw   lo   regulate
weight and   sale ol bread
tllc
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thell considered. The lexl oi
the Vancouver Inlaw in this ic-
gard was substituted lur thai
read at last council meeting,antl
the bylaw was given its third
reading.
tv lias lately built and pill into decks.    She will measure *i.s leet I
operation .1 large   dotlbli-ciidn! in length and thirty feet brain
propeUei boat, .it I tOSS] ol Mo,- and will bl used between llariul a
000. whiih   is   opi rated   triad allil Uuivili Islainl, in tolillcclluii
p.illi lur lhe farmers resident in willi the powder works, recent
that district.
ln Salt Fraiiiisiu, all lhe lerrv
siskins iipii.iliiig iurc Inspect-
City Clerk Shepherd   submit- ed and Uieir methods observei
ted a written ri-po t on his   it- The bottl Dptftttd Ofl lh.it liar-
cent visit to Victoria with  n- boi ate ul 1 laffi type, tht ma-
feretice to correspoiuleiiie, relet- jority being about 1)0 leel lung
ing to Kiee lake, The report and over fm leel 1-calii, and re-
was relerred lo the iitv solicit- present a cost Irmn flJO,000 to
or. j.Vxi.ooo. ThiM' boats ale spleli-
— didlv fitted up and, in t.uh cut,
have a dining room, where a
slii.it niial iall be "i'l.iniul during the passage, Through ilu-
ferry depot at San Fraliilsi...
thousands uf people pass den
botf,     Tin irowds are handled
quickly ..ml without the least
ililliiujti, uiung tii tin* p.rleit
arraiiguiiiiit ul lhe waiting
roums and llu lerrv slip    W.iit
ing luuiiis ol sufficient si/i   tt*
,|a l|.|lUn<"l.ll.       .1      IH 1,11       |ll,|l|        1)1
people, being placed within Un
shortest p..-..llili tllsl.itlu llulll
the lerrv bu.it
All the l.'rrv mtsau opcrat
iiig lruin s.ui I'laiHisiu have
Identically the same tytten
established at tin Latter plan,
LVNN VALLEY NOT l.s
Zyt.     While, with lemon ears, j family to-this city and will  re-
Anyone  iound  harboring same side on 19th street east,
will   be  prosecuted.     Haswell, [   \\  Glenn has finished his new
Norlh Vancouver. (refreshment stand on the  lerry
W. 11. Thacker aud II. 11.,wharf at the Vancouver landing
Thornton, accompanied by Iheir!and is now catering to the pub-
respective    sisters,   who   have lie.
been visiting them during the Tlu. dominion fishery cruiser
summer, went down to Seattle Kestrel, is still on the ways at
Thursday, to sec llie lair. Wallace shipyards,  the repairs
F. W. Caulfeild, on behall ol being much more extensive than
Caullcilds' Waterworks Co., isjat lirst anticipated.
appli mg ior two water records j Mrs. I. Walden lell a lew dais
ior the supplying oi residents on ago ior an extended vjsil in the
D. L. 1240 and D. L. Sn with east. She will visit Iriends in
water. This district is on the St. Paul, Minnesota, and also
Keith road, near Point Atkinson her daughter at Warwick, Norlh
Motornian J. Kcllv has so lar Dakota.
recovered from the elicits oi the Apropos to our leading edit-
 , orial this week, it may be stated that there is at present a total ol 470 names on the Richmond voters' list, Irom North
Vancouver.
The Great Northern, Northern
l'acilic, and Grand Trunk l'acilic have had their ollicials in
Vancouver during the week, negotiating with the eity counc.l,
jlor terminal privileges.
i Charles Wood aiid laiiuli arrived in the city on Wednesday
irom New York, and will reside
at 319 St. George's avenue. Ur.
Wood is a pi.11 in al man in the
boot and shoe business and
will join his father J. F. C.
Wood, iu the local business.
High sihool students and parents will be gratilied to learn
that the ferry management has
diiided to issue Iree school passes lor bona tide students, good
for certain hours, going to and
returning irom school at Vancouver.
Thc ferry directors and the
joint advertising committee will
co-operate in issuing a large
framed collection ol North Vancouver views, lor hanging in
hotel g£ctl and prominent places in Vancouver, and also 111 a
series oi street car advertising
cards for that city.
The joint advertising committee has decided lo engage a suitable man as ollicial agent ior
North Vancouver in Vancouver.
He will seek the acquaintance of
tourists and  strangers,   direct
^^^^^^^^^^M lu   lllis
the Inlet, provide them with de-
 ;  scriptioiis and all ttOOOttOXJ in-
recent accident thai mi Tu.silai  |„,in.ition, and in many   other
wais 1 mie,1 vi.t tu push Norlh
Vaiitutiiei lo lllc Iiunl alld send
visitors amiss the Inlet.
E. .1. II. Canliiiall u.is the
senior uicmhci ul lhe team sent
over to Seattle In  tla  \ ancou-
Nl-W BOILER WORKS
Asstiraliics were given lliis
week by McDotigall, Jenkins,
Ltd., that a contrail has ken
let lor clearing and grading the
site on the walcrlront lur their
proposed boiler works. Additional machinery has also been
ordered in addition to the plant
at Victoria, the wliule lu bt assembled here. Even illurt will
bc made to rush construction (,n
the buildings and have the
works started as soon as possible.
EAGLES ENTERTAIN
The lield dai  ui the luiiiltllied
Angliiati, Presbyterian tnd tite
Mttliutllst Sal.bath tcboolt, Was
I dn) lung to be remembered In
llu* children ol the vallcv The
iiiiii took plan- in Buat meadow , Centre road, on Wodnesda]
The CM against Alt \ Vamp
bell, (t., and .1 W.iul, ilialgcd
with assaulting the Chinaman
employed bv  .1. Burnll,   was
dismissed by  Reeve  Mt Naught,
mi Wednesday, there not being
sltfliiiciit   evidence   to   nun iit
Tlw .111 used were 1. pi 1 stilted bv
Mr. Donaghy, ol Vancouver.
lit  lias able lu lean  lhe liuspil
al alld is BOW at  Ins liuanliiig
hitiist  un Keith ruad Hi   is
making lapul   progress   toward
complete recovery.
R.i. A. I- Vi rt ul New West- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
minster, district depute grand ver lawn tennis club to compete
1 luel ul the Suns of  Scotland m the iiitcrnaiiona"
^^^^^^^^       tournament
Ills    colleague    being    llcvcrlci
Rhodes.      UM]  put up I gieat
[struggle and succeeded 111 ligur-
l.m games al lhe |ilui lllilal bitliu 111 the finals allliullgll    tliey
_> n^——m—m—m—m—m dill  Hot  l.llltl  till   tl..pill _f,
C.irdiu.dl   likewise    iipusttitcd
lot the province, lias III lhe illv
ull Wedinsdav, 00 business u.ii-
tiected with the annual Caledon
..ii OiiolK-r i.Uh next
The standard bred mare, l.adv
ul Claude, which was driven at
the horseshow in the spring by
.luhn Lawson, when she 1apt.u1
llli* blue ribbon*,   was   again   uuk.
the dub at llie Vntuiia tuurna-
mi'iit ami is participating Is the
tuuiiialiieiit 111 Vaiuuuver,   this
The sviidliale 11 hull I-* t.iii
mg on placet mining operations
..ti the Seymour, is having   111
stalled   11   portable   steel   lotiu
il.iin, Oiltnan't patent, The ont-
nt will Ih- in operation bj Btp>
^^^^^^^^^^^^^     ol  limber I, alld (he sin.lii.it.  Im
selling tn kits     The tlckttt alt   nailed tO lhe 111,1st tlic old tim-
Mm^^swmmm ^swm    ... ..      ms^kimWsm
shun 11 lasl neck by Mr.II],tin li
Iniil. and again became the
proud wearer of the blue.
Another addition to tbt mercantile establishments oi lhe
illy was made this mck, by
lhe upellillg ol all alliaitut*
millinery store at II] I.unsilalt
avenue, bv Miss B Curie, .1
Vancoaver,     She has taken   a
Frank E, Hering, ,und vice told at au outiide wicket,  and «ri tlogan "bottom or bust.'
lease uu the building for six
lllolllhs, and has Opined up .1
lirst-ilass stink oi triinniid and
read) to wenl luts, Bowcrs,eti
Ml '• Curie comes highli luuin-
meiidtd.
The many   Iriends  oi   .1,   W'.
and Mrs    lllaiid,   whu   reu-lltli
removed Iran this utv to Pat-
erson, New .lersev, will i.grel
t.i learn of the demise ol Mrs
lll.iml, which occurred at St.
Jooepn't Imspiial in that city
OS duly 29th,   where   she   had
been removed lo endergo in operation. Mr Bland condacted
.1 grocery bnrineet Is tbt Home
l.l..ik, LuiimI.iIi in nnt, during
Ins residence •" this dty,  and
the svillpathv ul a Luge cir*l.ol Iriends will In  exit tided    to
imu in hu> bereavement, THE  EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Water Notice
The neck Augusl Jl to -". will
begin with North Dakota day
mi Uondsy, The National Indian elm.iiuis' u.ngiiss \i ill alsu begin ilnn ,iiimi,il session on
llial dale.   l-,\lill.ils ul tile Hulk
will l.c on display in the .iinin..
num.
Wednesday mil be L'tah .l.n
The performances ol iln fatuous
ial.ciii.nli iiniii" Hill prove une
.a ihe musical leatures ..i the
cniiii exposition, flu Utah
high school cadets mil likewise
I., in attendance,
Members a the Ordei ol Ma-
suns, iu ihi number ui at least
JJ, ., it ill lie seell Ul p.il.uli  OH
Sin iiui ** ii.n , iiliiili also falls
un Wednesday, llie costumes
alum mil represent .1 cost ol
um ball .1 million dollars, A
burlesque parade will be held at
night ..a iln* Pa} Streak,
Tuesda}   bat  been chosen  as
Cuiicr d'Alent da}, when a large
deiiutaiii.it   iruiu  that   famous
mining district w ill be iu atten
dance.
T1ihi.mI.ii mil be shared b}
the celebrations ol Salt Lake
City, Mai') laml and Stanford
universities,
Oclogenerians' da} on Frida}
is one ol the unique features ol
ilu- uuk.     Aii  octogenarians'
Hack all.I allllclii meet will beheld and ,111 octogenarian catch-
at-catch can wri stling match
has been arranged,
The Welsh Eisteddfod will put
un a concert on Welsh da}, Friday.     The Welsh 111,ilt  a. In aii*   ul
\,una,mn will in among the
contestants.
\l.nun.unlit rs' ii.n and lhe A.
\. 1'. Irapshooters' contest e ill
ili.j.uitii/t Saturday,
High . Kpectalions are entertained in 1.iif goers, m connection miii I'.n Streak da}, .1
week Hum next Friday, There
will i-i "something doing" from
tin inauguration ..1 the queen ol
ihe carnival at high n 1, ngiu
tin..ugh io midnight, Almost
iiiii kind ol aiiiiu,.I extant is
to be lined up loi Ihi In ..k raci
meet.    Amongst tin 11.111. slaiils
will be teen camels, elephants,
kangaroos, reindeer, beai tubs,
dog teams, burros, Indian pun
its, apes, ostriches and represeii
t.itius ol an} othei .ninii.ii
family, two 01 lour legged, ihat
can in brought to toe ihe murk
The commute!   In control   11
lllis cirCUS Hint, is bllsl  all.in-
mg handicaps (01 tins in,
uuii-ue association ..1 all sorts
oi ,iiiiiii.ils, ;.< 1 recorded. A
great aggrcgat ion ol shun *. and
-.hunnun is converging in ibe
uty and theii best features will
be provided io main the • i.m tin-
siuii.ui., ,,,.: ration a r.i letter day.
(jaie receipt! shun   Uml   tin
I [position hat repaid h 11
.ent on the Mi 1,1x11 '. mill 1 111
.a btedness. which indiuitei thai
II will i|im mill i.i mt} m tin
treasury.      Kith iin sti
growing attendance, ils recci| is
.ai. increasing ngiu along,    1*
the end ol  lllc Wick,  llie .
.a,uk iiill hau l.uii passed,
Two inuiiihs more remain for
ihe shun to continue, which
makes 11 certain lhat as man}
inui. people mil s.< it, Ihere
..ii imu big dayt ahead,
..I. ia.11.1 la)   Sealtli
day, and Tail da}     II..li a mil
hun aii 1 tpected on tin . Litre.
Tin daih aui.igi   uui
ki that iln  1.1' 1
. tiling     all     1 Ip. . I
ll. 111   all   all' n.I.iliu    Sl llld|
Al   rmlHUII.I'.     Ill'll'
Um.  il..id. 11 und p.u 1)   ...11
ng ..i Ah    llordi n ,-1,.
children and   lulius  r. r
1. turned on Uonda) Irom .1 di
nl allium..i.ili trip un \ an
ta,mil      I .|.lllll I In      t.il      Was
\.lll.all,., a.   III,U|    llllllll
uiy iiii part} in 1 I....I, 1 mu
up to I oinox,  1 -.ui tut*,   tnd
1 ii'nl.iil 1.   Ki turning lo Na
n.iiuiu ilui next loured .muss
land lo Alberni,  and  n
llllliin; aillllg
point, turned  outh snd paid 1
ll'-ll     tO    \  MuI l.lahll
n-poi It tin road in g I condition, ..In '. ,.i.
naturally beav} in placi . but
1I11-.1' wtit* 11...I1I1 11.gollati d 1.1
tin luiti hortt powi 1 nhnh lus
nr develops 'llus ivi . Hi 1
tup i.a thi 1 1 -l.ni.1 point) with
the exception ol Vii tori and
bi is gn .till iii.pi. teed mill
immense resoun 1 * tn I
1 \ ancouvei Island.
NOTICK is hereby given that
.in application will bc made under Part V. ol lhc "Water Act,
1909," to obtain .1 licence in the
New Westminster Division oi
New Westminster district,
(a)    lhe lialile,address and occupation ol the applicant, -.'.nil
mills Water Works Company
Limited.
-.11 lor mining purposes) Free
Alum's Cut Hu.ile No	
[hj The name ol tht lake,
stream 01 source [il unnamed,
ihe description Is) l nnamed
creek running ihiough District
l,ut !.'.(.., i.i..up 1, New Westminster diitrict
(C) The point ol diversion.
ilu uui iiniii boundary ol the
east hah ol taid Diitrict l.oi
1 _-.)<>.
\tlj Tiie tju.iiiiii) oi water
applied I*.1 m iiibii feet per tec-
.iiiaii luoih ui one lUllk loot
per second,
^c; Tin* character ol thc
proposed works. Intake and
distributing pipes,
[i)    Un premises on which
lhc ii ah I ls lo be Used ulescribe
tame) District Lots IJ40 and
aSii, Group 1, Neu Westminster
disliiel,
(g) The purposes lor which
the water is lo tie Used. Municipal purposes.
■h; li lor irrigation describe
lhe land intended iu be irrigated, giving acreage	
(i) ll the waler is lo be used
lor power 01 mining purposes,
describe the place where the wain   is  lu  lie lellil lied   lo   .solm
natural channel, and the duiu
mu in altitude between  point
ol diversion ami point ol return.
\lj Ana ol crown laud intended lo be occupied by the
proposed wuiks.   None.
(i.) This nolice was posted
ull llie 171I1 da} "I Augusl, lyoy
and application will be made io
the commissioner on the Joth
da} ui September, iyoy.
■ij Give tin nana-* and ad-
dresses ol am riparian proprietors 01 licensees who or whose
lands are like!) tu be afiected
by tin proposed works, either
above   01   beloa   the   outlet.
II.UH       li.      lllllllll, lUlU        l.l.al
gia su ni, Vancouver; Uaurice
i,iiii/i.iiign,iaiaai Georgia street
Vancouver; Wm. Baile}-,Chester-
iicld avenue, Nui in \ ancouver;
11 ,,i B. Allen, 440 Granville
street, Vancouver; William C.
Stcarman, 3500 ist avenue west
Vancouver; 1-. W, Caulleild,Van-
couver ilub, Vancouver, B, C,
(ill) The name ol the Coin-
pain in mil. Caulieild'i Water
WoiUs Company, 1,united.
(n,)    The head ollice.    Kuuius
Ho -87 I),,us Chambers, 615 lias-
tings street west, Vancouver, B.
C.
to) The capital hmi divided
showing aiiioiuii paid up.
Twenty-live ihoiuand dull.us
^25,000) divided into twenty-
live thousand 125,000) tharet oi
nn, dollar i> 11 e.uh, ol uliuh
I ■ l.i, II paid Up,
([>)      Cop}   ol SUCh  palls     ul
in. .Un...i.unnun ol Association
si authorize lhe proposed np
plication and works;
"Tht objects ior whkh ihe
compan} is established an
(i)     lu siippli  ihe townsite
■ililulds, being pait ol llts
nut L-ott M 1 aiul i.'|.. North
\,uu..in ei uiunicipalit}, and the
inighiii,iliuttil thereof, i> ith wald ,     lll'l    lu   I.lll \    a,11    tile    bUI .
lnss ol .1 watti Hull,, , 1,mpany
;n aii iii   raachi
I aa appli  foi .   -t ..ki    .....
iu tell and dispon ol water,
dl To make, build, con
.uini, la) d,.1111 ami 111.iiiii.iiii
iisiiiuiis, wait 1 works, dams,
cisterns, culverts, Cltcr beds,
main ami othei pipes .mil apph
all. a        Snd    laat tCCUtl     .Uld   all.   .ll!
iiiiii I   Hulks and    tilings   llcces-
*ll 1    aal    1 ..llllllll III    lail    ul ll ,| III Illg
storing, w lling, delivering tnd
measuring watei 01 itherwiai
loi tin purpose ..f Iht compunj
(A) To anpuii water records
01 licence! and rem rvolrn, as
ii 1 imi ks, mam ami other pipei
,uiai iiiiiii works .ili..i.ii mad.
..I constructed with ini object
oi su]ipl}ing ihe said neighborhood With waler.
(Signature)
CAULFEILD'S   WATEH
WORKS CO   I,ID
Per li.ui. 1   w , Cattlicild,
\l,ll  aging   DllM lOT,
r. (). A.l.liissj
Vancouver, B. C.
J. W. BALMAIN
OIVII.     I   Sa.lM.I    11
CJiiniitilr Siirvoynr und Architect
NOUTII  VANCOl.'VKK.
DAIRY
NORIH    a    a    a
VANCOUVtR
Phone 126     Store ill 1st street west
Klfbl .Iflivry  hi  .l.i*  Mall  .ml .'rutin.
quality tin. tiiiiii'i.i    Naai 1 ,1*1 tgnoohuid:
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foe lii'iiii
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WM. PHILIP, Prop.
Hoard of Trade
North Vancouver Board oi
Trade meets the third Tuesday
of each month, at 8 o'clock p,
in., in the hoard room, City
Hull. Executive meets the lirst
Tuesday of each month. D. G.
Dick, President ; J. R. J. Murray, Secretary.
North Vancouver
HOSPITAL
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I THE MI8SE8 DAWSON
j    t'trliliiiil.'.l Surgicslj Me.lieiil mnl
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Ninii Sent Out on Application
For tenia. ii|.|.ly  nt  lli* llutpiul
Cor, Uth Btmi & St. isdnw'i kn,
PHONE  64
HI
GROCERIES
PROVlSIO  S
BOOTS AND SHOES
GENTS' FURNISHINGS
(Iiii  .mn   is tn cue  s.ilislaclion
to our customers.
Our ilt lii. iv goet 10 all pails ol
the ' ity. II you have no tele
phone Ic.u,   luu name and
our delivery mil call.
DODDS &
TYSON
Telephone 41
Coi ^ili St ami Lonsdah
PR0P0SIDIOIU IMPROWMIM
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itv * I li.uillg Ihrlr llili-iil buiinm tr.nsacteit
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and f usloni Work   .   .   .
go to THOvS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Hoot linker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hall
IV.  H. STIINKV
IV.  I.   MI.KHISON
Sule IfSntl for Miirt-M'o, llie Itt'itt
iiuilerial for 11.ill- ami OtOlngl
I'lion,. Rim
W. H. 5TONEY (& CO.
I. (). (). F.
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
S.S, meets every Thursday even-
nij*, corner Lonsdale avenue and
I*'irst slleet, at S o'clock. Visiting .brethren cordially invited to
attend, Bdward Peers, N. ('..;
Thos. S. Nye, Ree.-sec; J. H.
Pilling, Fin.-sec.
Bigni of I'verv description
Wall papers, Paints, Oils-, Varnishns, Ac
Bouse Painting Ginning, Paper Haugin
Decorating, etc.
Kalsorainlng
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EXPERIENCE
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Some Reasons Why You Should Own a
HOT POINT IRON
3rtl street, cor Lonsdale ave
HI.Al KSMITII1NG
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
ETC . ETC
Tool Shtrpening a ipecislt]
ATTENTION
Builders & Contractors
Lumber will never beehetp-
er.   ilui in mi thfl ground
Hour.   Jluilil now
i    Uur  "till  K1I11-
tln,'I  Fl'iurinu nntl I'iiii.ii
11.1 SUM ll is Ec111101111c.il
Bei in--.' it Saves Tun.
Becsuse it ;s So Hssdy
li.. itte it is So Efficieot
BeCSUM it it Cl'ain anil Cool
Because it is Simple ami Strong
Just received a fresh supply.   Call soon if you wish to secure one.
liriiish fnliiniiiiii Electric Railway Company Lid.
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COUKSI-: OP CONSTRUCTION
We can  handle as many more.     II you are thinking ol  building
s*e us tnd talk the matter over
CAMPBELL ir* MILLER
205 I,nnstlalp Ave.
North Vsncouver
norm VdHcouwer omce. 59 ions me: pnone 36
.Mill-l.inn l'r..-k, B.C.
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Dockage (or Steamers
Wsreboott Accommodation for nil pnrpotet
&4ND,  I Ml, BRICK,  CIHIM, (i»UII
COAL and LUMBER
(iuo.ls deliv. nil il ,It sired. Prompt service
imi w office ii muir
Or at  Kniitiis  11  and   13,   Flick   Block,   Vancouver
PHONE 136
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Time Tahle subject to clu THI EXP1ESS. NOBTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
The matter of re-forestation
under municipal control is becoming a live question in Ontario.     The united counties   of
Durham *,and  Northumberland
are seriously considering an eix-
periinent in this direction, upon
a large tract of land within
their boundaries, which presents
an excellent area for the purpose
In these counties, along the
ridge which forms lhe watershed between the streams flowing into Lake Ontario,and those
joining the Trent river, is a
large tract ol sand land, some
15,000 acres in extent. Originally this land was heavily timbered with a line crop ot pme.
After this was cut oil the land
was for some years farmed with
fair success. The fertility ol
the soil, however, has steadili
diminished, and now few farmers are left 611 the ridge. Buildings and fences are going to ruin
and areas of "blow" sand have
developed, which in some cases
are drifting on and covering up
good land. Not only is this
the case, but the streams iu the
district have been affected, with
tliu- usual result that instead of
flowing steadily throughout the
year, they are torrents in spring
while in summer and autumn
their beds are almost dry.
The land is capable of producing line timber. Abundant evidence ol this is seen in lhe large
stumps still existing ln many
places and in the fine young timber that is springing up. -Already one plantation, made on
sand land in Durham county
some four years ago, is growing
well and thriftily.
The land can, it is thought,be
bought at an average price of
live dollars per acre. If the
land is bought at this price and
planted with white [line, at a
cost for plants and planting ol
'ten dollars per acre, the cos} per
acre of the planted area would,
at thc end of sixty years,
'amount lo aJbout one hundred
and sixty-live dollars ($165).
This includes a liberal allowance for expenses of management and protection, and lor
taxes at the rale ol 17 mills on
lhe dollar. (Money is assumed
to be worth three and one-hall
per cent, per annum.)
The pine timber standing on
the acre of ground would bc
worth, even at prices now prevailing, six hundred dollars. In
other words, not only would the
investment repay the interest at
the rate ol 3', per cent, per annum,but in addition would yield
an amount equivalent to a yearly payment throughout the sixty years of about two and one-
quarter dollars. Thus the yearly revenue would amount to almost half the amount paid, in
the first instance, for the land.
At thc meeting above referred
to, addresses were given by
Thos. Southworth and Jas.Law-
lcr, president and secretary, respectively, of the Canadian Forestry Association, Dr. B. E.
Fernow, dean of the faculty of
forestry of the university of Toronto, and others. Figures given by the last-named speaker
with regard to similar planting
in Germany and France aroused
much interest. Resolutions were
passed by the meeting favoring
the re-forestation of the lands
iu question, the co-operation of
the provincial government to be
secured, if possible. The matter will be further discussed  at
a series of meetings to be held
during the autumn, to conclude
with a meeting of representatives of the counties in December.
j Other parts of Ontario present
finuch the same problem as the
district referred to and similar
action could with advantage be
taken in them. In other parts
of Canada, too, there are good
chances lor municipal forests.
The city of Prince Albert, Sask.,
for instance, has splendid opportunity Ior the creation of such a
(orest reserve in the sandy jack
pine lands lying lo the north of
the Saskatchewan.
FORESTRY COMMISSION
The following particulars are
being sent out by the government:
The objects of the commission
are oflicially set forth as follows:
"To cause inquiry to he made
into and concerning the tiinlber
resources of the province, the
preservation of forests, the prevention of forest fires, the utilization of timber areas, aflorest-
ation, and the diversification ol
true growing, and, generally all
matters connected with thc timber resources ol the province."
The meetings of thc commission for the purpose of taking
evidence, so far arranged, will
be held at the lollowing places
upon the dates mentioned:
Victoria, August lfi, 17 and
18; Nanaimo, August 19; Vancouver, August 23, 24 and 25;
Seattle, August 26, 27 and 28;
Kamloops, Septumber 7; Vernon
September 8 and 9; Revelstoke,
Scplcin*bcr 10 and It; Nelson,
September 13; Cranbrook, Sep-
teinlK-r 14 and 15; Fernie, Rep-
tntbet 16; Grand Forks,   Sep-
CAPILANO ROAD
Qiwrtir Acres
Only Land
for Sale
Situation
Tramline
Prospects
Actualities
Possibilities
Read This
Sizes and
Prices
Termt
NEXT WEEK I AM PUTTING ON THK MARKET A SUBDIVISION OF QUARTER-ACRE
BLOCKS IN BLOCK 1, D. L. 59" ON THE CAPILANO ROAD.
Thli luhdiviiion ii the fir-i property nurth
ol tlie woodin bridge to_b* offered for tale
for some yean, ill Ihe land on this ruad
being flrruly held by the prsMtit ownirb,
H.ine ol whom pun ltam*il .1) yeara ago.
TIIK PROPERTY IS SITUATED AT THK
JUNCTION OF THE UPPER AND LOWER
MAIN ROADS JUST ABOVE THE SUSPENSION
BRIDGE, AND COMMANDING AS IT DOES A
MAGNIFICENT VIEW OF THE CITV OF VANCOUVER, THE CAPILANO RIVER AND TIIE
BRIDGE, IS CONSIDERED ONE OF THE FINEST PROPERTIES IN THIS DISTRICT.
Thi ll. V. Klectric Railway Company own
the land atljuining to the V.'wt, and the ar*
rangiinanta d.r building a tramline along
the Kail boundary ol thii. property to (lie
Canyon View Hotel are well advanced. Before anntliar aunimer it ii eipacted that the
line will lie in operation.
WATER CAN BE PIPED ON TO EVERY BLOCK
AT A VERY REASONABLE COST
TWO OF THE ROADS (BOTH MAIN ROADS)
ARE ALREADY MADE AND IN EXCELLENT
CONDITION.
A MOTOR CAR SERVICE TO THE PROPERTY
IS AT PRESENT IN OPERATION".
THK VIEW CANNOT UK SHUT OUT.
THK HUYKR OF ONI'. OF TI1KSK BLOCKS HAS
A UNIQUE PROPERTY.
A PROPERTY WHICH IS DIFFERENT FROM
ADJOINING PROPERTIES, HAS A SPECIAL
VALUE and VALUES RISE INDEPENDENT
OF THK PRICKS OF SIR ROUNDING LAND
Year expenta, e it OS ilouht thai whert
ton tvut-ht m il large suo.tili'ion very
similar In olher nearh pmtrrltes, tour
fulfil Ml lets than when you hough! t
properly it'htch Hood in a class hy itself.
THIS LAND IS IN A CLASS BY ITSKLF. SKI-
IT! SEEING IS BELIEVING,
MOST BLOCKS ARS fa HY m ANT) PRICKS
RANGE FROM 5275 TO fat FOR INSIDE
BLOCKS AND A LITTLE EXTRA FOR COR-
NKRS.
Umber 18.
Owing to the members of the
commission having accepted an
invitation to attend the meetings ol the lirst national conservation congress ol the United
States, to be held in the auditorium oi the A.-Y.-P. exposition
Seattle, Wash., on August 26th,
27th and 28th inst., the meetings on lhc last day of the commission in Vancouver, advertised for the 26th, and the meetings at New Westminster, August 27th and 28th, have been
cancelled. Arrangements lor
the holding ol meetings at these
places will be announced later.
The meeting at Kamloops will
be held on lhe 7U1 of September
and not ou the 30th of Augu.-ai,
as originally advertised. Otherwise the itiucrary remains the
same.
Aiiiiouiicumcut will be made
later, if il sliould be decided to
be necessary or advisable to
hold meetings at other places.
PRAIRIE   FORESTRY
Tine growing interest in the
subject ol forestry on the prair
ies is indicated by the lad that
thc Canadian forestry association will hold a special meeting
to discuss this subject in Reguia
Sask., on September 3rd and
.{ill next.
Thc subject ol tree planting on
the prairies and thc success that
has been attained up to the present will be discussed by '.-xperls
aud practical farmers will ^ivc
their experience as to the value
of such plantations for shelter
and fuel. The best means of
handling tihe forest reserves will
be another leading topic, and
some well-known sportsmen will
discuss live relation of forest reserves and game reserves.
The meeting is being held in
Regina upon the invitation of
the city council and the board
of trade, and it is expected thai
some of the leading citizens of
the west will be present to welcome the delegates and to take
part in the discussions.
Canyon View Hotel
CAI'ILANO
THE FINEST TOURIST RESORT ON THE
B C. COAST
AUTOMOBILE STAGE meets every car at  end ol Keith
Road Line, North Yancouver.
Rates |l,50 per day and upwards.
P. LARSON,
Proprietor.
F. CANCELLOR,
Manager
(INK FIFTH CASH.
24 MONTHS.
BALANCE IN 1., 1:, i.S and
JACK LOUTET
213 Lonsdale Ave
Telephone LS9
Lynn Valley Acreage
Wi' have ei'wrul acre blocks, close to new
cur i-.xti-iisiuii. l-'or future subdivisions tln-t-i-
oniinot be e<|U.illi'ilon nortli tide of Inlei PrioM
from $476 per uere and good terms.
ALEXANDER SMITH i* CO.
Lontdale Avenue, near Kerry
Phones-Office 24 House 22
Would you win
a 109 piece
Dinner Set ?
and at the same time secure the
best (lour sold iu thc province ol
British Columbia today? Kach
month we arc giving away ten
dinner sets to those who arc lortunate enough to secure from
the sacks of koyal Standard
Fluur the coupons bearing thc
winning numbers. Many lucky
nnis have already setured a dinner sel—you may be next.
But whether you g\t a dinner
set or not, Koyal Standard
Flour is always a winner. Se-
leiled ii'licit, scicntiiii milling,
tin Inl packing and storage,
marketing so thai il will reach
nm al perlectiun's highest puint
make Koyal Standard the .um
ol goodness in flour. Insist
upon your grocer carrfing it*
Manulac lured hy
The Sixth Annual Exhibition
will be hild in Horticultural Hall
on  Friday  anil Saturday,  IOth
and I Ith of &btember,l909
$750-00 GIVEN IN PRIZES
for   Fruits, Vegetables, Flowers, Slock, Gardeni, Domestic Science, Ladies'  Work,  Children's Work, etc.
Promenade Concert       Children't Sports       Public Dance
Full detailed 1'rize List will be issued in a few days
NORTH  VANCOUVER
MM *. tutsan
Pn.|.tlia»r.
STEAM
LAUNDRY
Everything new and up to-date.     All clauei of  laundry
work for hotels, homes, individuals, etc.
First class work oy lateit and best methods.     City  and
district delivery.     Moderata cliarc.es
Hive your Launbry Word done locally,
hud orriCE AND womts:
14th Slreel, tail
down urns 0 Uld
IT lontdale Ave
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VANCOUVKR, B. C
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All work fi...in**1
For Fall Planting
Iiuiiii Irom the heat Knropean nnd
.l,t|i«ii groweri.
Home grown Iruit unl ornanii'nlal
lr*en, grown on np-land loll without irrigation, in llie only |>arl ol lhe American ('..ntinfnl not ml,..tnl willi Die San
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Garden, Field tnd Flutter Seeda—tcit*
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world.
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Kpriiv I'limpx, Fertiliser!., Rn Blip*
plica, Cut Flowers, Bpnving Mtternili,
sts.
White Labor-inly,
New 167 ptgc ('tltlogiie Iree.
M. 1. HENRY
All new houses should be piped lor gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure lor thia convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
POWER CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
North Vancouver
Transfer "«yS""
Cartage, Removal*,
Parcel Delivery,
Storage
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PROVINCIAL VOTERS
The right iu vote maj i
teiiilv   be declared  to  bi   tin
most valuable tranchiae  which
constitutional   government   et
tends to citizens,    li it aualag
ous iii capital punishment   in
lilt: illllllll,ll  colli.      \ lew i d    Hi
itt propel light, ihe most   ab
horc-nt lorm oi dislranchiseiueni
l.s lhat in lliilih ,i iili/tii :     .
llallclllseil, Milch   'nt.
personal negligence
nevertheless t regit liable tai *
that Ihere are great numbers oi
citizens, who lorsooth, would i *
greatlj incen ed .it anj cllorl lo
deprive tlmn ia, ,   iin it
right io vote, mu who  leUlni
auli stultii) themselves in Ihis
reapect, because ol sheel indilli i
nice in tailing lo ta thai    heil
names arc placed un un \ uti r»
lists.
At  tin   lasl   federal  elei
llltlt     ll   I * *   . ' "It
polled ai North \ ancoui .     ll
is considered bj Ihoi c besl
u. form an accurate
iimi there might readilj   b.ivt
been e poll ol looo voles,    r
■tend oi ihis small total,  li : -
.*•*.,It    In   vi)     Hi.,I     llll:.    I....lllllll
disi repancj is due, in largi di
pee,to tin iinlilHitiucl" ii Inch
reierenci   has just  been  made.
Ull,lit   'a'   I       la   .1     OUI      Uiai)        Dl .I'l
i.tiicttl to i (plain Uu** negligi ni
oi u ii.in vi: specious arguments
in.ii in adduced lo condone it,
iln i.ut remains lhat it is al-
togi iin i ni1 mi ..ililc.
'-suih .m analysis would
•illlei,    iloviclcl,   111   lllclc.tslllg
ectivi ol .ill)  llle.islllt I
ninth mighi in adopted lo
* iln iiniituit).      For ilu
I part, tin       *   [Ui ni electon  .at   wailing  loi
more a< Live citizen lo call upon
with .i mi m "i application
.onl witli iln requi tt lhat   llu
i iillni iu.    i in* assump
iion oi mi*li an "iim upon  iln
pai I ol cil iii in t.n
in i   either individually oi col
ivelj   is altogethi i .,   work
ol lUpcterogalion, and ihi  lacl
a. .   *n om  apprctiu
lion "i tins unit,
in our ' i'. ii . -the ballot.
. i . in ] ui lion "i iin
citizenship maj  requirt
educated at tu lilt    igli li
a.    .       .llall     "I    Ull     11.III. Ill    I .      .lll'l
.11 "I il   as   It   111.i)   lie   lift tss.il v
10 i'iii loi ii.   pet lal eflort lo induce i In i'.i•*. io avail themseli
'.inii pitroguiin.* wil
inula in iln* work
in i .i, i. oi thi ■
11 "lli   "I  lilt*  lilin llnl. .  "1  goi
i inn,tm. and should In pt i (onu
111     bj      ' ,,   *    l      till   *       iaal      l!||       1 Uill .
;.t     a   Mhgl dii'.
Nihilities   attendant   upon   Uu
«iii, i iln si.iit.    Bulieven
ii tin   ]    'i.ili i. .omedid,  ii
■ iatabli whethei   an
i ninii ni .li*.uiai nut assuuu ili ii
i ai\ (in/in i*. •.uibiiiiiiii  intelligent lo uildcl:.tall'l llu value
,,i his right to vole, and should
in,i conclude that the duly ol
rnment is performed when
iln method ol access to ihe voters' list hat -been made as re.uli
.nul at simple at possible lor all
whu have fitting desire to avail
themselves ol lhat ngiu.
Viewed in tins light, it is
certain lhat no elector oi North
Vancouver can advance anj
good reason io account ior  the
absence ol ills   lialile   llolli    the
voter*' list.   Hn lorm oi appli
a.iii-iii ini provincial votert  is
cxlietiielv  simple*, consisting   ol
ilu* declaration that iln appli
i,uu is a malt oi twenty-one
veais 01 age and a Britiah subject, that ha has maided in the
provinci ior at leant tin monthi
and in tins electoral diatrict (or
at leant one month,   I'he enure
loi in can be* proper!)  made out
in about two minutea. At the
same tunc cotniuitaioneri for
taking idlest allnl.nits ale iei)
plenliiul, consisting ol the lollowing. An) justice ol ihc
peace, Mayor U. il. Slay, Reeve
.1. \. McNaught, Alilctiiieii ll.
\\. Mcltae, Um. McNeiah, S. D.
SchulU, IV, li. Young, \\. .1.
Uuk .unl tt. 11. Humi; Council
lois G. A. Gordon, T. A. Allan,
C. li. Robson, and tt. II. Dl in
son; anv commissioner lot inking allnl.iv Us 11111U1 lllc elections
aci as; A. i-i. Crickmay, A. S.
Bruce, U. S, McDowell, H, E,
Kennedy, 11. h. Reid, T. S.Nyi
Ham Holland, A. J. Nve, P.
King", J. Duval, A. R. .suae),
Citj Clerk T, Shepherd, Diatrict
Clerk A. Philip, any registrar ol
tiiies or deputy registrar, anj
notary publii and collector ol
voti rs, anj provincial oi tpecial
constable, anj government t
gent, government assessor, mining recorder oi bit deputy, sii-
pendarj magistrate, luuniclpa
assessor, jiuigi oi anj court,
postmaster, postmittrctt or Indian agent.
It   Is  sale   to  s.i)   that   cun
iIniaai   resident on  Uu   north
ihore,   i-   brought   practically
W illiin lead)  leach ol
■ miv qualified person, who,
Upon   the   i'.Ui   llielilli'll    ol     tilt
mallei, ea,ulil take bit application hiiiiiii a verj It» momenta
Maiih"'nl tufleragi abolishes all
undue limitationt tad plan*, the
I'.iiloi in the band ol ever) intelligent male slllijul ol tin* e rutin
Is    no    reason    uh.itt-il
whv tin mi last available man
at Korth Vancouver ihould not
ban   his ii,une entered in the
liat, and exercise the ballot    in    dill      C a till St. Tll     CUl)
iiti/in it uiai   in   taid in  the
vernacular, "II ■ np lo nm."
TKA.Utt.w  ACCIDENT
Tin nniorttiBati ttreel cat ,n-
iitleat uliuh happened on Tlnn*.
l.n  last, Has Well nigh liniaeii-
louslj   iiu  Irom lata! oi even
I    iesuits.       The    --ii i re
shock,  lile brtlises alld lilt  other
injuries tustained bj ihose woe
on tin   car,   while
painlul, an nevertheless sustain
..I inula: a si use ..I thankfulness
lol    a   It 111.likable   ceape    llolli
the leii grave consequences,
uliuh mighl liaie resulted, The
injured an all making rapid and
grutiij ing progress toward com
plete recover) The wrecked
lu hat i.i en removed and all
remind) rs ol the aci Idi nt have
imu obliterated, Tht street
t.,i   linn continues unlnterrup
lulll   ntnl  tilt   lcliip.il.il,    .tit i
■.wii upon iln part ol man) n i
iilar passengers, to patrouizt the
ars, i • test disappearing.
N'evcillielt *',,   at a  It  nil    "I
Uu  accident  then  remain*  a
strong .unl pi mitten!   disquiet
inli ni ilu public mind,     Tin
li.in lliiil publii labors under a
sense "I in ii nun . in I nil listing
i .t lii.. tht i .mn system whiih
uiiliin! iiii accident possible
Tin ii i no pi rceptlblt Incllns
tion to attach blame In an) i* i
ii,ul,ii   sense,   bui  then Is ii
ttrong .ili'I dii' 'limn al iiniii ii ill
nm oi thought which demands
that those condition> ninth rendered the public liable to i cat
attrophe ol a most serious nature, shall in remedied Tin
mattei It altogether too grave
i"i .mu ii:.*.ninii vehemence, or
,,i anj precipitati and iucflei
in,   aition     It tiuds to In   in
proached quietly, calmly, delib-
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1A Lot on 14th St. 1
(CLOSE TO LONSDALE
PACING SOUTH
With 2 Room House, $620
• $500 Cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months *
iELDER   MURRAY   CO.!
I'lia.xn ST, Niikoi Vanociivh.ii
Phone *iiti2, Vavii>i tK«
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HIT. LONSDALE I'l/A/iMAC)
SELLS DRUGS A\P MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   TRICES   ...
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE VS A TRIM. ON VOIR
NEXT ORDER. Tll OXE to
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THOMAS, Thm. P.
DRUGGIST
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ei,iiei)   and  in  a determined
manner.
lt nnisi be assumed that all
panics are upi,illv deairout that
any repetition ol such all ,inl-
del'll shall be I elide lul lllipt'ssl
..le, so lar as human ingenuil)
alld skill can accomplish that
end. The people, lhe entitleiS,
the B. C. El, Kv. Co., it must
a, concluded, mil rie with one
another in common action  lo
overcome'   ilns   dlllicull),   "Hi.
ami i,,i all. Whai is required
is that ilu beat thing sh.nl be
iloiit.tliat it shall In done ipiicK
ly allil thai il shall bt duliv   in
an amicable spun bj all panics
lu arranging t conierenee with
the company, tht citj council
has acted wisely, nml it is sm
uuh to ite hoped that the n
suits' ol this conlticiiu* will
prove so salisl.it tOT) and so ex-
iii.htii'iis, thai tin mon drastic
measures, foreshadowed b) tht
appointment bj tiht council o
a committal under thc municipal clauses acl Will be lolllld 1111-
necesaary, li is t matter ol assuring ltasoiiable sabli  to lift
and limb tor the traveling nab
lu. The means lor accomplishing ihls an '|inle I.iiiiii.at to
properlj qualified men in sunt
railwaj tranaportation. A matter to extremely grave, which
cm so nat'.ilv be disposed oi,
should be i|iiiekli arranged in
men who are lincert ami who
who art siiiui'e alld iiiiii ate 111
eaniest.
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.1. lie nil iei I
.l/iiiiuliii-lin.r
of
ill kill-1.1 Mis.i.in ami Anli'|iie l-'urn'*
inr.-, St,ire, OlSt-e, llnnk ami Uur l'i»*
mn-   lii.|.»irui|i in aliii. branches.
ITJ Xl.lt ,1 SI. ll.. llf I. l'he.lf lflm.1 >n.l l„a|ia,l«l,
";>|***.ll,   .-a Ila.aal
Mill liBDKRtgtno protnpi Mtantloi
IMPORTANT
TO
H01SE-
KEEPERS
!ln\ vour pn serving pescbei
now .is the nop it eetj
ibort, ('iiivtriiiiiini intpec-
tion has condemn! d *.ei.-ral
carloadi nl Caliiornit fruit,
s.i tin market will soon be
i leaned ont S nd in your
orders now,
dMIICkMAN
Lonsdale Ave and mIi tl
Free   Free   Free
Pane) Bordered Uerada Haadkarchiefi given away.
BIG SALE OF HATS
Both Soft tnd Hard. This week il is "Htts"
Commencing Piidsy tnd continuing for one
tn eh I am ;*.a.;i. to throe mi i ntire it« k ol
Halt on tbe. n      I tt tbt ridiculoui loa price
*:;,   1   .,    [ft    al   |   III*  ',   lit   ."llll
, ; ii,,. S dl Pell \'.im 1) .ind HUik
ll.tial |)i ibis n virion* slmpt s but .dl llu I'll
latest styles.    Ki membi i
$l.ftS
prh • md wt anil throe in i I ini j B ird
end M'i"l*t II onli.. o lm l li" with ever) hai
bougbl
■trrJWfa.wiiaa'aiBija'mfiiiM
CUMMINGS
(„ nt'il loti Furniihin Men'i,   Ladiei   ind
Children'! Booti ami Shofi.
NI'iXT TO BURNS' MI'.AT MAEKBT
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EXPLOSIVES
DYNAMITE
MUMPING POWDER
GELIGNITE
LOOSE BUSTING
W'r are iii a pi'siiiun lo quote you on the above at
factory puces in anv quantity [rem one boa to a
carload. Delivery nmi day at ordered,
Paine   ®, McMillan
The Pioneer Hardw.ire
Tht   Sherwin-Williams   Paintt   Coter   the    Earth
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1 ^flAW   ' a   Gent'Furnishing: and Fancy   •
T^FIiriTT    KJ   St0,.e<  Cor. 2nd & Lonsdale  ;
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; ALL WOOL DRF&8 GOOD&
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; MUSLINS
Specials Ihis Week
K splendid line of ill-wool dress goods,    *.j|..   ai ill
suitable for school dreistt    ■ l' " -''"
i\'e liai-c a choice selection ol muslins    I"..,   n i*J ,
or dressing windows, (nn     Ml. U JU. ■*•*,
b e
RIBBON ;
lair nbbon, all colort   J Wm kl Ik, m
• IHII* RIBBON
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• COR.SLLS ?
• ,\ i.n ni tb, bigh-frtde eoiteti tad silk |W| hAm 1
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« DKKSSMAKINV. X' THF. l'kKMISKS.
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Our August Furniture and Housefur-
nishing Sale is Now in Full Swing
BARGAINS
mid ie ineclini; nidi lliertM
B4RG4INS
BARGAINS
COltHES at $4.75   CARPET SQUARES
Regular W.75 ™aB »0WN
DKlSStRS and
Portiers and iron bfdsilads
Lace Curtains sideboards and
ai SMI PRI is IXILNSIONUBUS „;,',„
thk sorth mmm mmmmj___te
SNAPS ARE  SELLING
Mill We Mavc a few Ltfl
Two LOTS, CLOSBT0 WATEIFIONT
All  ele.ileil*      $2.\H each*    S-)i> Cash, li.ll.llKT ill b,
IJ nllll  |S iiiuutlis.
l.dT  CL08BW LOK   IUI,K CAR
Ni.nlv cleared.     Jo by \n.   I150,   S;s cash,
balance $10 per  nionlh, no interest.
SPECIAL SNAP
Two Lis 1111 1 .Uh slreet.   Hoo each,   511 by 147.
Ul cleared.   Iron cash, balance 6, 12 and ih.
C. E. LAWSON
Real Relate Specialist       13 Lonidsle Air* Phone 70 THI EXPMSS, NORTH VANCOUVttlV 1. C.
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John .Mil,fan is building a
new residence on nth street east
Bom.—On Friday, August 20,
to George and Mrs. Oscar, a
daughter.
R. A. Batchclor is having erected a new resideuce ou 4U1
street west.
P, A. Edginton has built a
house on 19th street, east oi
Malum avenue.
Mrs. Krouse, of this cilv, is
removing to Olytnpia, Washington, to reside.
11. W. Kettcliuin intends build-
iug two new houses on ist street
near Lonsdale gardens.
Mrs. G. M. Beardtnore has
purchased the residence of T.
Hutchison, on 5U1 street east.
Mrs. R. J. Fowler is about to
have two new houses started on
her property on bth street east.
The new house being erected
by Ross Peers, on 4th street
east, is about ready for occupancy 4  ^^^^^^^^
The ferry directorate has slip- [head oi Howe Sound aud al the
ulated that flags shall be kept mouth ol Squamish river. ll
flying continuously on the ferry1 is the western leruunus of the
T. G. Elliott, oi the linn of,
Elliott & Latimer, has removed
to 260 2nd street west.
The regular bi-inoiithly n.eet-
ing of the district council, will
be held tonight.
Local lishernieu report good
catches of salmon, both in the
Inlet and in the Capilano.
The steam road wagon, ordered by the district council, is
expected to arrive in Vancouver
on September 1.
Mrs. Garside and daughters,
of Brandon, Mali., were visitors
in the city this week, ou tlieir
way home from the Seattle fair.
Tomorrow (Saturday) is Vancouver day at the Seattle exposition. Sixth regiment will go
down to the Sound city and the
Vancouver arch will be formally dedicated.
Rev. J. D. 1'. Knox ol Saidis,
as a visitor in the city, Wednesday, having coiuei doim lo
.llienii the llliailt-Ul district
meeting ol Vamouver dislriel of
the MeUiodisl church, ut Ebutue
The very latest embryo ciiy lo
make its appearance ou lhe map
is Newport. This promising
mi.mi lAirgh is situated  at   the
boats.       ^^^^^^^^^^
R. Miller, of Vancouver, has
opened a new barber shop at 18
l.i nisil.ile avenue. See his advt.
in another column.
John .IK Nali's new house on
4U1 streei, opposite the lirehall,
is making rapid progress toward completion.
C. M. Melville and family has
removed to this city and is residing near the corner of Ridgway and 10th street.
Mrs. Pentecost, of St. Louis,
Missouri, who has been visiting
C. M. and Mrs. Chislett, has returned to her home.
Miss Bertha Sale, sister of L.
G. Sale, will arrive iu this city
ou Tuesday next, Irom England
on a visit to her brother.
Mrs. E. Thomas, of Mount
Vernon, Indiana, has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. M.
Chislett, lor some weeks past.
Mr. and Miss Innis entertained a number of young people at
their home on 2nd street, on
Saturday evening last. Progressive whist was the order of
thc eveuing.
Chief of Police Davies is calling ior tienders for the erection
of a new residence, on the corner of Mahon and 4U1 street.
The speiiiiiaiimis may be seen
in Mayor May's office.       ,
The annual barbecue ol the
local employees ol the B. C. El.
Ry. Co., announced for Sunday
lasl, was postponed on account
ol the accident to Conductor
Jones and Motorman Kelly.
G. R. Pierce of Seattle, has
identilied himself with thc local
lirm of Henry Eves & Co., and
will take charge of the ollice
work. Mr. Pierce's family will
shortly remove to this city.
J. B. and Mrs. Bennett, arrived in the city on Thursday, alter a wadding trip to Si-attltr
and the Sound cities, and have
taken up their abode in the
house occupied by Mr. Beunelt,
on nth street east.
Next Sunday evening the services al the Baptist church will
be conducted by Chas. H.niall.
of First Baptisl church, Vancouver, president of the Baptist
Young Peoples' Union. Interesting music will be given as
usual, Mrs. Banton presiding ut
the organ.
Henry B. Watsou, architect ol
Vancouver, has purchased lliri-i-
lots at the corner ol Lonsdale
and 22nd slreet, and is loutcm-
plaling the erection of an exceptionally handsome residence.
Mr. Watson has made for I11111-
sell a I'l.n r in the front rank ol
Vancouver architects aud will
prove a welcome resident in this
city.
new railway that is uow being
built up the Squamish valley to
Pemberton Meadows and beyoutl
The local members of the Order ol A. F, and A. M., will
have an opportunity to greet
and lo hear a prominent uiein-
ber ol their Onler ou Saturday,
111 the person oi Frank llenn,;,
grand vice president ol llie Fraternal Order oi Eagles, who is
likewise a member ol very high
rank in tlie Order oi Masons.
REGATTA
The North Vamouver yacht
club has decided lo hold a regalia on September 4U1. The programme, which is given below is
au excellent one, and uuuiiesls
commendable energy upon live
part ol the local club. Thn
eveuls arc as lollows:
Sailing race, 21 foot water
line.
Sailing race, 21 loot overall,
ist) prize by J. A. McMillan.
Singh- scull cluuipioiiship.gold
medal by Con. Jones, Vancouver.
Ladies' scull (.singlej, prizes
by J. N. J. Brown, 1st silver
medal, 2nd kodak.
Special single canoe (married
mun)   $1000 accident policy by
W. J. Dick.
Single canoe race.
Double canoe ran-.
Four oar tug ol war.
Four oared race.
Sack and spade race.
Double outrigger race ior gentlemen.
Girls' race under liftevn.
Boys' race under sixteen.
Double     gunwale   boat   raie
(mixed oar each.)
Motor boat liauduap.
Race open to city and municipality   ntpresenlativcs.      J, C.
Keith   has   donated   a   special
prize.
Entry lee;—Sailing and motor
boats, 50c.; other events 25c
each entry.
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Hair Cut 15c
SIlKTt) IOC
H. MILLER,
1'ri.p
iH Lonsdale Ave.
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Tll AnVI'.KTlSKRS
Changes nl .nlverlise-
'niiiils must be in the
hands ol the printers
mot later than Wcilm-s-
'day nl cull week to ensure pulillialluli. Positively in, variation Irom
this rule will be made.
JM4ii'iwmmii-nni
NEW MILLINERS STORE
MISS B. CURLE /hit tt 99919*9 tlm' 'he has
opened a first-class mttli.ttry stent*! irj Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver A empiric stack oj Trimmed and
Reiidtlo-tfear Hats, hQoivtrs, Ettthtts and Ribbons kept
in stock.
US LONSDALE AVE.ME
Apprentues Wanted NORTH VANCOUVER
The Beauty $|)ot
of Howe Sound \s
WHITE CLIf f
Mr. 0. 0. Wickenden, Second Vice President of the V. W. A Y. Railway, and for many years
actively connected with municipal matters in North Vancouver, was a member of the party which
attended the formal opening of White Cliff, as the guests of Col. Whyte. In his address Mr. Wickenden said:—"I trust to see adequate transportation here. Thii spot is well situated. The scenery is
most beautiful, and is just far enough Irom English Bay to make the boat ride enjoyable snd invigorating."
In order that you may fully appreciate the beauties of Howe Sound, as viewed from White
Cliff, it is really necessarv that you visit the property. I will be pleased to arrange transportation
for you to go to White Cliff almost any day.
You will find White Cliff more beautiful than it bas been described, The panorsnuc view, as
seen from University Heights, is unparalleled on the Pacific Coast.
The bathing is unexcelled.
There is fishing at White Cliff the whole year round.
Two natural harbors on the propertv—Fisherman's Cove and Horsashoe Bay.
Safe anchorage fur boats at all tides.
Do not wait until the price has been raised on White Cliff.   Beaure yours now.   An early se_
lection means closer to the bathing beach and boat landing.
The prices are very low and the terms exceptionally easy.
For full particulars apply to, The West Shore A- Northern Land Co,, Ltd.   Albert Whyte, Gen.
Agent, II Imperial Block, Seymour street, Vancouver, B.C,   Phone 3330 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
District of North Vancouver
NOTICE OF TAX SALE
NOTICE il lit'i't-by given thli bl urine a.l the Muilcipil I'lmiHis Act ir.il Act!
uini'iiiiilu; tha lamp anal by mthoritv ol thi Council ol the Diitrict of North Vina
couver on Wedniidiy, the lit ,1m ol Hiptembw, IMP, at I o'clock p.m., within
a---...  ..       ,  „;||  „„,]  ,,„  „„|,|[.
ItRiCRIPTION Or
l'ROPIKTY
the liistriet Muni.inal (Mice, fcliplan ide, North Vuni-nuvir. I iiill ndi by public
luctiun the iiui'!* hiTfiiuiiu'r di • ribed i.a rteoTU thi imn dillnqunt in rttpact
thereof and Iutm-it iod coitnllu Nt lorth oppoiite tin* ditcrlptlooi ol Hid
laiial. rMpertlvi ly, if the imount ol inch i...*.<*■* Intern! ind colli are out sooner
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John |ohtnton
1   II. Robimon
■   liim A.I.m
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Georgi F Wrt|ht
Ram ij a King
I   i. II. MiKiven
I  I ll. UcEwea
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i, Mn. M* Wftlkei
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Min iit Pipi 1
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3 Minnie Pipei
net Moon
ii Agnei Moore
J4 Man Ma
1   E. li. F. Richards
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10Thomu Marshall
II Thomu M.nshall
1.- Una;, 11 Mtrthill
■ 1111.1*; Minhill
14 Thomu Mar-aliall
I lohn Co illei
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... limn > II Moote
jj jimtl S 11   Moore
j; j.iiii-s S  H. Moore
1   Minnie Piper
Minnie I'ipcr
13 Minnii Pipei
14 M11111 u Tip. r
15 Minnie l';|" 1
nnii Pipi 1
17 Minnie I'iper
18 Minnie Pipi 1
21 Minnii I'm" 1
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'34 Minnie 1'ip-1
4 Minnie Pipei
5 M:
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, Mn   ■ bill
,4 Mis. N. Ch.in lull
1, Mis. N  Chun hill
16 Minnie Pipei
1 j Mlimit P
1 - Minnii Pipei
io Minnii* Pipi r
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5  Mrs. J   B. (nhbons
b Mrs. j  H. Gil
4 Wonder SVoeg I  U   t|
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5 Carrie M.nsliall
i Cltherim Jahncke
.   ' ttherine jahncke
17 Mrs  N-. Churchill
* Mi,   N   I'll in lull
.. 11 ithi rine Knk
14 Bindino Virgilio
15 Haiiiliii.) Virgilio
;.. Bindino Virgilio
17 Bl dio
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1 n I Andrtwt
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ii.ii
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I    llall
Hill
70
latt
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till li,*,*
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Inlfrt'it
E. Hill
E. Hill
E. Hall
E. Hall
E.Hall
|E. Hall
23!E. Hall
24 E. Hall
45 E. Hill
I6B. Hall
17B. Hall
i8'E. Hall
to E. Hsll
30 E. Hall-
1 A. Garland
2 ,A. Girlaml
29 A. Garland
30 A. Garland
31JA, Garland
32,A. Girlaml
13 William Ketler
15 William Wagner
ib William Wagner
21 Joseph Scliuler
22 Joieph Scliuler
7 A. E. McCraw
4 Norman
5 John S. Tenipleton
31 H. W. Fraser
32 H. W. Fraser
14 Annie E. McDonald
15 Annie E. McDonald
16 Annie E. McDonald
26 William Clausson
27 William Clausson
18 William Clausson
[29 Willitm Cliuuon
u Mrs. Filion
13 Mn. Filion
27 G. Birber
28 G. Barber
9 George Gaskill
loiGeorge Gaskill
i6jGeorge Gaskill
21'George Gaskill
22 George Gaskill
31 George Gaskill
191E. F. Hand
aoE. F. Hand
j,;e. P. Hand
lt|E, F. Hand
j,E. F, Hand
u E. P. Hand
1. B. Deam
Sarah l-'alli
MiuE.M. Fletcher
Miss EM. Fletcher
Tom 11. Fletcher
Tom H. Fletcher
E. B. Deane
Margaret C. llall
E. B. Deme
E. B. Dear.e
B   B  Deane
K, H  Deane
HA  Morgan
E. B. Dean'
E. B. Deane
E. B. Deant
E. B. Deme
E. B. Deme
Allied Farrv
Mrs. A. R. O'Neill
'.Misi J. Coots
IN. Pacguet
Mrs. F. Thomu
G.MM M. Johnson
W W Morrow
Fred Cotbl
Mrt A Elliott
P W   llewton
). E. Briinlon
K  Brainton
Alex. Cameron
I'  11   Fowler
Mn. Andenon
Winnipeg Lumber Co'y
Winnipeg Lumber Co'y
1    P  Lord
B. Cameron
li  Cameron
|. Egan
DtCSI Tiel/.e
P  If  Wilion
Jennie W  Smith
J- nnu- W Smith
Pike
Pike
l haa- l< Robinson
I Ims   R   RhIhiisiiii
li   Wingate
R Wiactlt
li iiiiii W. Suulh
I-   Klassen
F  Klassen
li Hallow
J itepk Harlow
Ailhur Howiley
Langlmve
l> D. Hutcheson
Skelhorae
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McDonald
I.   I    McDonald
K   A    I auiili'ii
li  A Taunton
I J   Lee*Warner
,C J. Lee-Warner
II II. Ramage
John Rootgen
r J.iiiliMii
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J I. Msixell
Mgttl McDonald
II   Lambert
I  W Shelbornc
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.70
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.70
.70
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2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
1,03
2.05
2.02
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.06
2.06
2.06
2.05
205
2.05
2.05
2.05!
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'■75
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9.70
2.05
2.05
2 05
2.05
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1 95
2.05
2.05
1.3S
1.05
1.05
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1.14
1.14
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1.14
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1.14
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' 75
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'•75
'•75
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1 75
'■75
'■75
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'■75
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'■75
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' 75
'■75
'•75
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2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
205
205
205
2 05
2.05
205
2.05
2*05
205
205
2.05
2.05
2.05
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10
10
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10
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110
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2.10
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1.10
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2.10
DESCRIPTION or
PKOPKKTV
2.75
2 75
2-75
2-75
-»75
••75
2*75 !
2*75
2.75
2*75
2*75
275
2-75
2-75
2-75
2-75
2.75
2-75
2.75
2.75
3*75
2*75
2.75
2*75
2-75
3.20
3.20
3.20
2-75
275
2*75
2.75
2.75
a 75
a 75
2-75
275
2 75
2 75
2*75
2 75
275
2 75
2.75
2.7j
275
'•75
2.75
2-75
2-75
275
275
375
3-»5
th
385
3.85
385
3-«5
3*5
3»5
3 85
385
3*5
J.8J
3-85
J-s5
3.85
3.85
S-8J
3.85
it. so
415
4- '5
4 '5
4'5
4.05
405
4 '5
4* '5
3*45
3.10
J. 10
3.20
3.20
3.20
3.20
320
3.20
3.20
320
J Ij
385
5-8J
J-8J
3*5
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Ml
3-85
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.1*5
3**5
3*85
3*5
3*5
3*5
3*5
3-Cj
3-85
Hi
3*5
3*5
3*5
h*S
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3*5
3^5
J8j
Hs
3\s
Mj
3*5
3*5
3K5
3*5
385
3.8
3»5
in..
799
7991
Hlnck
882
882
882
882
IO08I
2008
2022
2022
2023
2026
2026
2026
202b
2026
2087
2087
2087
20881
21693
21694
5
6
11
12
1
1
3
38
6
25-29
25-29
2529
25-29
25-29
11
5«
53
'3
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29
3
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1
12
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2
5
2
2
6
6
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ASUKSSItn OWNER
iT.xe. to
31.1 Di*.
Uilli rtuil
liiltrc.l
jeorge W. Hutchings
|ames D. Magee
S. S. Johnson
D. M. Wasson
Max EL Miller
Mrs. S. S. Johnson
Mrs. J. li  Findlay
Mrs. J. B. Fmdla
Mary M. Modsen
H. A. McArthur
I. S. Gunn
216924
-l''l   (a)
2i6ij'5o
216963
216968
216975
216981
216991
216992
216993
58013
6264
6267
62611
62612
62612
7949
7l)4'7
8b 1
865
87.
9501
950 5
999
lOoSe
I407
1418
20236
2023 10
2023 II
G.,Russell
A. Dal ton Nye
Miss Jane Tennant
Hubert McBain
H
part 40 acres
'A
1; r
B
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7
13 A. Dalton Nye
Mrs. L. Upjohn
'Lemuel 11. Nicholson
[Dominion Trust Co'y
John A. Bsrbei
Martha M. Jcivett
Martha M. Jewell
Harry Mclntyre
W. E. Flumerlelt
W. K. Flumerlelt
|A. Sangstod
Norman McDonald
ohn McCallum
F. B. McGarrigle
Lau-ghlon
Laughton
Laughton
B. Deane
Bertha Yondall
Hugh A. Yondall
K A.C. Ross Sc D. McLean
13 Bertha M. Yondall
C Bertha M. Yondall
Mrs. F. McCartney
E. B. Deane
Alexander Henderson &
Martin
Simcoe J. Woodrow
R. j. Beatty
Mrs. Hannah Weeks
Mis. Hannah Weeks
Simcoe J. Woodrow
J. Young and 1'. Ncbitt
H. H. Findlay
J. Debrisay
Bertha M. Gunn
Ellen Ostrom
J. H. Hood
i-75
'75
2.19
2.10
2 iol
2.10
'•75
1.75
2.24
4.55
175
1.28
1.28
1.28
I-281
1.18I
275
1-95'
5-45
6.00
'■75
'75
TOTAL
f: in
2.10
2.11
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
I.II
2.25
2.10
2.07
2.07
2.07
2.07
2.07
2.15
2.10
2.30
2.30
2.10
2.10
3-85
4.30
4.20
4.20
4.2O
3-85
3-85
4 35
b.So
385
335
3 35
3 35
3 35
3 35
4.90
4.05
775
8.30
3.85
3-85
1.75    2.10
385
..75    2.10
3.85
I.75    2.10
3-85
I.75:   JI°
3-85
i 75  2.10
3-85
1.75 Ji°
3-85
'75 J'10
3-85
1*75 J-i°
J.8J
..75  2.10
385
..75  2.10
385
4.20   2*10
b 40
I.4O   2.15
4 55
2.40   2.15
4 55
'75  2'10
3 85
'75  2lQ
3-85
'75 »-10
3.85
1.85 2.10
3-95
2.70 2*15
4-85
20.15 3*oo
23'5
71.40
b.80;
2.05
1.14
51.70
4.10
'75
16.83
'75
..38
'75
5 55
2.25
2.10
2.06
4.60
2.20
2.10
2-85
2.10
2.07
2.10
76.95
9.15
4'5
3.20
5f-3°
6.30
3*85
1970
3«5
345
385
1909.
Given under my hand at North Vancouver this 5th day ol August,
ALEX. PHILIP,
COLLECTOR
A. J, Henderson, ol the Bur
rard Fusli l'.ickinj; ex Curin-; Co.
has been doing some good work
oi laic, 111 agitating against the
toleration ol seine nets, in con-
iieiiit.n mth the herring fisheries at Naiiaiiii...
lu loulrasling lhe seine net
with the gill nil, Mr. Henderson
diieiis attention to the fail
that lhe seine i.itilles all the
lish, big and lhtle. Ctinsci-uciil-
ly vast numbers of herring, too
small to lie ullli/.ed, are destroyed,   and   the   fisheries   are
being s.ullv depleted by .ihis
means. The gill net allows lhe
smaller lish lo escape, so thai
they are lilt in the water lo attain marketable si/.e and tht industry is preserved.
Mr. Henderson veiililales   an
Injustice to which the gill  Mt
lisherineii hale been subjected.
Section 37 ol an ordel'-lll-ioun-
cil, promulgated last Juno, lor-
buls the use ol any bul gill nels
in th, n fisheries,   Relying upon
this clause,  many  while lishci
men   went to great   expense   111
lining tlieir boats wall gill nets
and other gear, but upon riji.ui-
nig lo the lishmg grounds, uere
astonished to lliul a host ol Japanese lisheiuieii iu possession,
sweeping tlic harbor uilh seine
nels. The result was that very
In,111 lnss was inllicled upon
the iilllle lisherineii. The sitlln-
lloli was somewhat relioied bv
the timely ellorls ol R. Suiitii
Al P., nhn succeeded ill securing
..ii order prohibiting the use ol
seine nets at night, thus ousting
the Japanese lisheriiieii Inr lhat
portion ol each day. This,
however, did not re-unbursc tlie
white lisherineii, whose losses
um estimated at $15,000.
It is lurther pointed out thai
the Japanese lisheriiieii are ol
lillle benefit to Nanaimo lm.iii-
ilalli, as they reside nil their
Imals and contribute little nr
BOthiag to the up-building ol the
city,
The purpose ol Air. Ilrii.K 1
sun's campaign is thai section
37 of the order-in-eoiinul is BO
longer held ill abeyance,but lhat
lt ls made ol full force and ellect, iu the interests ol the her
ring lisherics, .nnl those Othei
sections ol lhe white population
directly or indirectly interested
111 its prosperity.
TAXATION VALUES
As an indication of lhe incalculable powers lur Uie creation ol wealth, represented by
the superb natural resources ol
British Columbia, the rapid increase 111 the revenue irom property and income tax is helpful.
The total assessed values ol
properly and income subject to
taxation 111 the province during
the present year, amounts to
$104,916,356. This is an increase oi J15,267,119 over 1908,
when the total reached the figure
of 1189,649,237.
From the latter the taxes
were estimated to amount to
$856,373, so that with the increase ill assessed i.iluih the re-
leiilie lor the CVTtttt year
should reach the million dollar
mark from this source. These
ligures, with regard to taxes,are
subject to a discount of lo per
cent., where the tax is paid bt-
ior Juue 30.
The increase amounts to nearly a lilth of the total assess..!
value of properly and imouie of
lasl year, and is a striking illus-
tiation ol the advances made hi
liriiish Columbia,
The particulars are interesl-
mg.     The assessed value ol   ill-
lomes in 1909 is placed at S12,-
776,372, an increase rd fl 5'8,-
659 over 1908. That of person
al property during lhe currenl
year is placed at >:<Uv\,JJO,an
increase of $4,518,ua nur the
preceding year. Real prupci-
ty (unimproved) is assessed at
$50,172,517, an increase of $5,-
126,686, while the balance of tlu-
total assessed values of property and income is made up ol lhe
amount at which is rated the
wild, coal and timber lands.
This amounts to $12,288,937,
showing an increase in gross
value over 1908 of $3,103,315.
Rev. ll. 11. Balderston whs
ill attend.une .it the Methodist
financial district meeting, Vancouver district, at Eburne, this
I week. THK EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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IMPORTANT  NOTICE TO OWNER*  AND INTENDING  PURCHASER* OE lA
North Vancouver Properties
in
Cleared City Lots
for Sale at First Cost
The lew remaining lots in block 53, D. L. 550, on 14th, 15th
street aid Ridg, iy avenue, being one block west ol Queensbury
iniide lota f joo to {525 each.    Corners J600 each.
Site ol inside lots 50 by 156 feet each. Cornert 60 by 156
(nt each.
Theet lots are particularly well situated, 15th street being
already cleared and graded to its lull width, and lots of similar sire In that vicinity now ac lling ior J700 to Jfloo each.
Tht lots above mentioned are genuine snaps.
For Sale
Intmdiiig pui.nH-.eis ol choice acreage west of the Cap.la.o
or ii any other part ul the District will profit gieatly bj con-
sultlng our large nud ixwusivi list before negotiating [nr purchase elsewhere.
Thit being the louiin yenr of our establishment in business
in North Vancouver we are thoroughly posted as to the various
properties that may be ollered Ior tale and their valuet.
We are the sales agents for a number of estates in North
Vancouver city and district and have a very good list ol pro
pertiet for sale at prices which were prevailing in 1907 and 1908
daring the period of financial depression, and as we are now ip-
parently on the eve of a period of great prosperity we consider
the preient time very opportune for investors to make a selei-
tion of North Vancouver property before the greater period of
activity sets in.
Capilano Acreage and City Lands Wanted
Well lituated city lols, blocks and acreage, and iu-11 silu.it-
ad close in acreage in the district, particularly west ol the Capilano, and within one mile ol the watcrlroni. Wc have a Luge
list ol clients, and special laeihlles lor negotiating sties where
the prices are right. Wc advertise your property williout eoet
lo you if you give ua the sole agency lor a reasonable period
oi tiint. Our past records demonstrate onr successlul methods
in negotiating sales, and we propose greatly extended operation! and a large expenditure along strictly modern lines of ad-
rar tiling.
Wa have representatives in several advantageous parts in
Canada, United Slates and Great Britain.
It will pay you to list with us for quick sale il you have any
prop-arty to offer.
ESTATES  MANAGED
Mon-reaident owneri of property in North Vancouver who
art unable to give personal supervision to the management of
their eatatea are requested lo correspond with us, lain*, the old-
eat duly incorporated Company with its headquarters in Sorth
Vancouver, and being financially responsible in every respect,
we can give the tat assurances possible lhat business will be
conducted along lines as accurately and surely as any banking
establishment throughout the country.
FOR RENT
Wi hav* a good hit of collage* and houses lor rent iu choice
localitiei in the city of North Vancouver, and shall be pleased
to show any of them to intending settlers.
Builders of houses in North Vancouver will do well to look
over our lilt of choici lots and blocks suitable for building put-
pouts.
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
'Inc'uipora.ed A.l). 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chief place of business 111 Nortli Vsncouver, U.C.j
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Telephone 15
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The report prepared by the
ciiy engineer and submitted by
Alderman McNeish, chairman M
the board ol works, al llu session ol the city council. Ilondaj
evening, wilh reference lo expcii-
ditures made by his department
to July Jlst and also as to llie
sidewalks thus far laid, together with thc various items "I
work in coiileiuplalion, will afford reading of exu-plional interest to ratepayers.
The report was as lollows:
Financial report:—
January    J   JI.-M
February         589.0I
March  '    IJ-1-7S
April        1181.44
May        I9>M1
June        ti'ri.2tt
July        1010.96
August (pari)      i5-*-3-*">
Total      1*556-77
Ksllllialcd expenditure  I 1350.00
Expended to dale      K\S*v"
Balance yet in hand    S^'i* IJ
Repoi t ol work:—
Sidewalks have bull liililt as
follows: 4th slreet, ill Irolll nl
sihool, ,19(1*1 square led. 151I1
street, east alld west ol Chesterfield, 9500 square leet. Chislci-
licld, near 171I1 street, ."-.4->»>
square feet. 22nd slreel, nortli
ol horticultural garden*;, 11730
square leet. 17th streei, 15800
square leel Mahon avenue und
Keith road, 44NS" square leel.
Esplanade at Rogcts ,11 utile, 1,-
JJO square 'eel. I.o'lsd.ile ,H';\,
Mad street north, 4 :>k> M|ii m
feet and 7,So square hot, Total,
95,940 square feel.
Proposed walks:—
Western ave , cist side, Mil 1
to 23rd streets, 7|ihi sniian- leet
14th street south side, Sl. And
rew's to Ridgevvav, 7400 sqii.iii
leel; nth -.(red south side, Che*.
lerlicld to Mahon, J600 square
leet, 19th streei south side, Sl
George's east, I'm leet, )000
square leet; 13th street south
side, Lonsdale to Joo feet  cast
'oi St, George's, 10500 square
'leet; bill slreel norlh side, Mahon avenue west 300 feel, 3°oo
square leel; Rlilgewav, west side
lllll lo 12th, 3000 square leet;
3rd slreet north side, Malum
ave. west 300 leel, 3:00 squat c
leel; 2nd street south side, St.
Andrew's uast JOO leet, Jooo
square leel; Lower Keilh in,id,
south side, Lonsdale lo l'resln-
lenaii church, 70110 square leet
Total 54,700 square net
Alderman McNeish lurther ix-
plaincd thai ilns lisi ol propped work was nol complete, as
ihere were olher sections oj miK*
walk for which request had beea
made as well as sections which
might bc needed thai had not
as yet collie belore the committee, which would proba-dv be
laid. The council placed an order, earlv in the season, ior 200-
000 leel oi lumber lor siilni.ilk
purposes, and of .this, tin re ict
remained over 40,000 feet alter
the work proposed above had
lieen provided Ior. Coliscipictil-
lv ihere would be ample material available lor the construction ol ,1111 additional walks
tlial it might be decided lo coli-
itnct. He lurther stated thai
lile board id Hoiks is well within its estimates as lo expenditures, aiid ihat the remaining
motley available would be sitlli-
cictit to keep a gang ol tin hi
men in constant eiii|ilii\iiunt
lor the remainder ol the 11,11.
This would permit ol the completion ol all work in prospect,
ami he llioughl that prectkalli
even strce-t ill the city could
likewise be gone over, tile dihlies redug, ihe roadbed rounded
up, and all small growth, etc.,
cul down, so that the streets
throilglioui the eity would be
pUoed in lirsl-il.iss slmpc.
Road maintenance:—
Keith road, S170; Lonsdale ave..
$50; Esplanade, Sum; i.|th slreel
$50; Forbes   avium,   S.|o;    17U1
itreet, fjo,   Total, 5460.
Road construction:—
Hevu'ood park mad, lloo;
railings oil walks, Sho; Lynn
Vallej trail. Sv>; St. George's
avenue, 17th to loth, fljo; nth
street east of Lonsdale, fllo
Western avenue, (part) Ijoo;
Lonsdale   avenue   north,   I50;
Mth street, St. George's lu
Ridgevvay, S90.    Total S930.
This construction work has
consisted oi clearing, stumpn ,
and rough grading a roadway,
twenty leet in width, and ditch-
,ing on each side. As showing
[the cost oi this work bv day
labor, upon which plan the
'work has been carried out, the
'piece ol road Irolll 17th street tu
119th, was declared by lhe road
tureinan to bc one ol lhe heaviest that had yet been met with
on the townsite. The total
length was 700 leet and the cost
$250, or about Jt cents per running loot. The construction oi
13th slreet, east of Lonsdale included a distance of 131x1 feel,
aud cost Silo, or about 9 cents
per running loot. The construction oi 12th street Irom Sl.
George's lu Rldgcway, a distance ol MOO feet, cosl S40, or
about eight cents per running
loot.
A DISTINCTIVE   FLAG
Editor Express:
Sir—It has been suggested by
unite ,1 somber ol people ihat
the Xorlh Vancouver Horticultural Society should h.He ,1 ll.ig
ol its own.
Thc couiniittee arc considering
lhc advisability ol doing so and
would be pleased to receive any
suggestions lor a suitable design Iroin anyone whn is interested in the doings ol the society-
Kindly send all designs 111 to
Uie before lhe 2')th ol August.
Yours trulv,
SIDNEY S. TYLER
Secret.in
North Vancouver, B. C,
August 19, 1909.
The horticultural show at
Victoria concluded this week
The soiled put ap S4511 in prii-
M and came out with a deficit
ol (83. Norlh Vancouver bids
(air to "make good" Ior the
leading liortitiilttiral (air in tin*
province, willl a pri/.e list ol
^730 and it is hoped, no deficit.
Dr. Reeves, otic of lhe leading
dentists of Windsor, Ontario,
was in the city on Tuesday, mi
a visit tu City Engineer Hants.
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY
Facts are its Argument
A fourth of Burrard Inlet was
dt 1 eloped by lllc Canadian l'acilic railway, with result ol large
customs revenue lo Canada. The
national goi eminent now assists financially development ol
the remaining greater part oi
lhc harbor.
The centre and nucleus oi
greater Hurrard is Nortli Vancouver City.
Twenty   miles  tratcrfnwtagt
available for industries,   shipping and railroad bases
Ferry .system just boiiglil up
by ciiy to hasten clluiciil and
increased service.
Two railroads to North Vancouver authorised bv Can,id' 111
parliament.
Canadian Parliament h.is vol
ed $200,000, also $(1,400 pel Ulllu
, for bridging the Inlei .md  am*
Heeling Norlh Vancouver   aitk
j Vancouver.
Railroad's bridge plans ,'ic
approved by dominion   g.nrn-
111*111, and both loads ha.c pit-
liilssloli to Use same budge.
C.ill,nil.ill r.ullic Ralliuad IS
nuiv negotiating with city It,,*
lcrryagc ol its cais to Noiih
Yaiicuuicr, also lui shulclnic
base lut UalislcT ol cals lu tl.e
tracks ol existing cluiiic .•...■.-
way.
The  prospect   is   lhat   v,01 ill
Vancouver will ttcast tht   w
|railruad stage oi Ul 1.u..-, „i d '
thai oul} opening ol its saule-l
'line railwa) will ensure rapid
development ol linlustiies ami
poll,    .lust as ll". Gland lunik
Pacific railwa) meant the doubling oi populated Canada
! tht bridging ol Hill laid llllll
means a second Vaiiiuiiict oil
the   nol lh   sboie ol the li.. 1.,>i,
wiih repetition ol Vancoavar'i
hiatory, perkape mon  rapidly
than 111 the brsl instance, as llu
province has nmi mon popala-,
tion lor new cities to drau Irom
The  history  ol  Vaacottvtr'i
le.il Mtatt suiiiiiiari/id 111 ,1
sentence is that the assisted lal
uc ol the whole city is now
til cul) limes whal ll was a-
bout twenty years ago. Vancouver's lirst-rate residence luts
now lvalue more lliau twenty
tunes their price twenty years
ago. Considering lhat localities change, it is doubllul whether any property is more sure
ul lull ratio oi increase lhan
lusi-iale residence ground proud..1  ihe locality is protected
againsl depreciation,
llie grand buulcvard ol Norlh
Vancouver is the third aveuue oi
the wurld and Uie broadest oi
•ui) ciiy on llus continent. It
is dedicated lu residences and is
protected lur twenty yens a-
gainat ilepiciaiiic siiudures.
Eun hue where lhe plethora ol
opportunities is lhe quandary oi
iniislors, thc grand buulevald
is lhe 1 cry bull's e)c ul invest-
iiicin 111 North Vancouver—the
111.uk al ninth 11m,slim nl aims,
haling certainly ol quality and
st.iiiing mt.mil) oi large increase in value.
Plans, price lists and other inf <n mat ion ian In* had from the
t
North Vancouver Land ir* Improvement Co. Ltd. Lty.
Mahon, Hi I .it Iiimi t • Mahon, Ltd., Official 4«,ent»
CORNER PENDER AND SEYMOUR STREETS, VANOOUVER, li 0 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
The turreiii issue ol thc li* C,
Gazette records the appointment
.ii lofty-one additional commissioners lor taking affidavits undei the elections act, throughout
the provinci.
John A. Fraser, ■. 1 uin ,nel, ia
appointed deputy coronei i"i
iln province,
The lollowing .in appointed
uui,ilus publii    Jaiiu    \   Ha:
V| \      ,,|ial     1*,.V   .alll     Uallllll..        Y.lll
couver,
A.  Al.  .1,...:;    .11, I'l  Ni'. •' ll.    In
to be acti t reg
lsll.il.
Francia J * Kwing, U 1*. ii i"
lie medical   health   ollicel
l'i nut kn,
Edward J   Hill, ol Mo I
in u registrar undei the "Mai
riagt Att.
The ippointinent oi Hon, 1-
J, Tuli.'ii. K.C., a- commission*
a ,.i hshtriei, an.l acting attorney general ii rest inded.
Tl.uis im ilu Coquitlam dam,
tu be lllllll    lt>    Uu    Win-.hum l
l'i imr Company Limited, an
un lib in the "iim "i iiu provin
rial snir.aii.
Uiu nunti ii given in thi
trie! "t North \ ancouver, uuh
respect t" ilu  ^.iK  ol certain
landa lor taxes, "ii September i.
Certiiicatea ol incorporation
hau* i-iiii granted iiu following
companies Bella >.""i.i General Hospital; Tin British Columbia Fish Company. Limlti '
Hal S".*»" li B Stevens Timber Company. Limited, capital
Jloo,i , iln Mission i iti   Tel-
ephom i ompany. Limited, capital si** Dominion Carbolin-
ciini Worki, Limited, capital
iiiiiiiiaaiaii*'. mi iii association a-
mended); Hampton Bros., Limited, capital $loo,o ". Vmi.mini
Vancouvei Lund & Inveitment
Company, Limited, capital -
Nation   Kootenay   fruit
Lands, Limited capital $i
;. ■ Grocery .v.- Baker] Co .
Linn.'
ion Lumbei Company. Limited,
capital \ iiinn,i Con
tracting -. ompany Limited, capital fl
A,lain Uatheri makei a| *'
tion lor ,i portion oi loreahore,
covering foi ty chaina, at Beaver
Covi. Rupert district. J, II.
Pillabury, C.E., oi Prince Rup-
ert, makes application lor ihu
chains ol loreibore mi Porchu
Isl,unl.
iht Goldie-McCulloch Company, Limited, monuiacturen of
machinery, ol Gilt, Ontario, an
licensed as on ektra provincial
company.
The iui ui Ti.nl makes applicatioa lur 5.6 cubic feel oi
water per second out ol Cambridge creek, .1 branch oi Trail
tink
FOB  CAMPERS
Don'ti lhat may mve many
thousand dollars:—
1. Don't, ninn ui ilu woods,
iiunii iiuiiii a lighted m,iub,
cigar ituinp, 01 otha Saining
object; moke iBrc that the Same
has Inui thoroughly utinguiib-
nl belore throwing it away.
1, Don't build your campfire
larger than is Decenary,
Don't, uiulei' any circum-
stancei, leave your lire nnguord
ed, tun iur a comparatively
ihorl nun, mi thnt It is dead
uiu belore mu gu sway
4, Don't build your lire 111
leaves, rotten wood ur otha inflammable material.
5. Don't luiiiii your lire a-
gainst  a   large  ur  liulluii   log,
11 lu ii u is hard lo be sure when
it has been entirely put ont
To these don'ti it ma) be added lhat ill iiunii Heather, 01 in
a dangerous place, il is well to
confine the lire in a hole dug
clean down lo thc mineral soil.
A lire may smoulder in the
humus a,i "iluii" lur days, only
waiting loi i itrong breeze to
ian a nno a il.uiic ihai may
iiinn over nulls ui timber,
Suiiiniii tonriati end campen
unfortunately have i bad reputation among own-en oi timber
as being often i cauac ol Una,
Sikh hits conld be prevented,al*
most iiiiliaiiu exception, by ■
little miai can 09 Uu pari ol
ilu* campen, who hau* been Uu
unintentional cause ul much lot
est deitrnction, and who havi
jnit a rial all interest III the
pii .iitatiuii ul the lurists as
lhe mi lliis ul the Unfed llliill-
Hlvea.     The rulis given above
an* Uu result oi long experience
.uui observation on the part oi
niaiiv woodmen and lumbermen
as tn the origin ol fires from
jthis cause, and an earnestly
commended to Uu attention of
campers, sportsmen and others.
NORTH ARM PARK
A new national park covering
an area extending li'ii miles to
the nurlli and south and an even
greater distance east and weat,
at llie lie.ul ul North Ann, is
well within ihe probabilities.
The dominion government owns
large llaits ill laliil ill that viei-
aity, being nu Iiiilul in the railwav belt aiiil the proposition is
being favorably entertained at
Ottawa i" sei aside ihis pots
an ,1.    The scheme ivmilil include
the in.iking ui roads and trails
by the government, as has been
iinin* iii the other national parks
aiiil the park Would lie accessible
al all tunes lu pleasure partus
(ur camping, fining, mountain
climbing, picnicing, etc., lor all
u| which purposes, the section
designated affords unexcelled advantages.
Tlu announcement that Uu
government has the ichemt under consideration, was made to
the Vancuuver papers by R. H.
Campbell, superintendent ol the
,forestry branch ol the department ui ihe interior, la tha federal government, who is now
paling an official visit to the
ui,isi. The consummation of
the scheme will odd a must thr
siralile Item to the ideal facilities in possession oi the ninth
ihon as Ule pleasure ground lur
the population on Barrard Inlet
Builders and
Contractor*
P. LARSON ii  prepared lo
supply
Lime, Brick,
Sand, Cement
Ami sll kinds of Building
Material in <juantiti«>a to suit
ninl at reasonable prices.
—apply—
HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER
TEI.KP110NK Xo. 2.
A. FARRO
General Contractor
l.aml during, siump iiiiii Roek
Masting. Kx ira tart- near holism.
Ail ilimifM  inaili* good
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. a.at   St.     Ural   of I-Onl.de. I*
P.O. Ilm 11
Choicest Cut
FLOWERS
in laatvn ut lnneM iirii'i*.
ui*.** 11- K lllal i'ir
rUNERAL DESIGNS or
WEDDING BOUQUETS
GO? ll.i>liii(|*s M., West
m
Wood
FOR SALE
50c a
Load
V.ni can take as large a load
as vtiu  like for
50 rents.
Send vour own teams.
ALEXANDER &
MACNAGHTEN
Real Estate Brokers, Financial and Insurance Agents
wc ruvE
$50,000  TO  LEND
ON I MM MORTGAGE
121 Lonsdale Ave.
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LYNN VALLEY
16 Loti clow to train lime.   Price f 125 eich,   Throe loti in
a group tan S311 cash ami bllince al fin pel ill iiiiii.
0 ROOM HOUSE
Nt w anil modern,  si/e J4X4.! leet, 1 lilnck from th,* Boilll
laiil.     I'm 11M.lum.    #.*,a 11 a cub,     Hal,mi'i* ii. 12. |8 Ull
j.I months.
MAY & BUMS
Rm) BiUte iod Financial Agenti
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llaill'l bajy Mlinllv        If Hi'   illll   mnl   lira-   vIIUM   tn Uld   I'll
num../ 1111 vu .r li.ir.Ui-i* 11 i*. In y.uir a.lt.inl ||« in allii* lit lo
.I....I Wear*la 1 i--ani.ni i*...*ll yn thobril lurkm.
mppllMOllti rt duwnpll u at iii" i am■•' pri m ind h nmltt*r
wh»l your r..i|tiir, incut, ar,-.
•
Well    DO  IT "' >'"" " ^SSIttfOSt "rill-in uilli u»
IVf .-..iii|n'ti. .in-* ff-fiillv in tin-ripen niarki-t uilh tlui l.i^gf.l
harilnar.. WMMWIWia Briliah I'lihiiiihiii. WllMMwMatM
llmt i.llifri rant lunch. ITkyJ RaWaM N Inly 'lir.Tl Imtn
llu. liiMiiilhuliirrri in namiv tanel, vie buy jull* 1 "i-lt »ll (if
llit liin**, wc |,»y .-ta-pli Inr mir ft*Sm\ tml uur ti|„.|ik*f» trt- low,
Pill our claimi to tin- It-Hi. we'll wr ».'ii mnni-y.
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5 Mm m
17th Street, North Vincouver
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104 Eiplanide Next lo 1'ust Orfir^ Phone No. 88
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NORTH VANCOUVER
THE CITY OF
NORTH VANCOUVER
h an Ideal Sunny Slope (or Homes
Has abundance of Pure Witter
Is on the Finest Harbor in thc World
Has tin* third l.itgist lluu'.cv.ud in tin- World
IItu I'nilcd Wireless Statiou
Bu ixtiUt'tu BchooU, pal in ud privati
Has a Inrge aria ol Public P.uks
III. .1 fu t i.ili Tr.iti.u.ii Siriitt
Hu Kk-ciric Light .imi Telephone Strvicu .it sod
eratt- r.i'
Own and Operates a fir.st-i.iic 1* ■ 11 > Strike
Levies no Taxis on Improvements
Mn nn fxiclli'iit .held lor investtinnt
Is a Pi* : 1 Progrw La| Citj
Its future ll will   I'asttri-d
Its Industries art substantial
THE DISTRICT OF
NORTH VANCOUVER
Is the coming centre of Hallway Enterprise
Has unsurpnsscd natural facilities for Industries
Is a 1 hone sphere lor the Fruit grower and Florist
Has many beautiful and popular seaside resorts
The Tourist, tin Aagkr, and the Sportsman luve it
Is being mpidlv Opowd up with good roads ami
bridges
Has good Hotels and exquisite scenery
Has an extensive seaboard lor Shipping and largi
areas ol tide Hats for Dry Docks, Wharves, etc
H.is Stiinoiir river, l.ynn creek, Mosquito creek,
M.iiK.u nuiv, Capilano river, Sisler uuk
and Cyprus creek
Has ('.louse Mountain (,(250 IceO, 'Mount Crown
(5200 leeli, The I.ions (6)00 bit', and Ootl
Moutll.iin    lv ' leet)
Ilns prosput nf rapid iliveliipinellt on Uic buililing
ol Second Narrowi Bridge
THE CITY AND DISTRICT
Will soon have the Second Narrows Railway and
Traffic Bridge in place
This is well assured by pledges of aid from the Federal and Provincial Governments
New Transiiiiitinental Railways are mining In the
Coast, and they can find better Terminal fan-
lities in North Vancouver than .1111 when- else
on the Coast
The Dominion Government intends lo Imihl .1 Ml
Dry Dock on Uie Pacific Coasl. Tliey can get
no better location Ior one than on the North
Y.niioiivcr Tide Flats, uhiih have ,ui aria nl
1000 acres
Around Kailwaj Terminals there nnisi be Klrv.ttors
Warehouses aiid many Industrie*, and wei have
room for them
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE "CIVIC COMMITTEE."
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nr
Aerie No, 1794, North Vati-
eouver, ol the Friendly Order ot
Eaglet, was nude the recipient
ol a splendid gray American
eagle, at the regular meeting ol
the lodge held Wednesday evening lasl. The eagle, was handsomely mounted and was presented lu live Aerie by the members ol the Order who are resident at Hotel North Vamouver,
namely, 1'. Larson, Martin Larson, \l. Walinsley, R. 11. Tarn,
II. V. Baker, J. C. Thompson,
J. 11. Zellne, A. l'yke, A. 0.
livenson and F. \\. Butcher. 1'.
Larson made the presentation
iu a very happy address and 111
expressing their appreciation ui
tho gilt, the hope was voiced by
Uro* John Fay, secretary pro
tern, and uilier members, that
the eagle would ultimately
grace a new hall owned by llie
local aerie and characterized by
every pruvision as to sue uud
equipment ior the requircmenis
ol the membership.
CHURCH SERVICES
St. John the Evangelist, 7U1
and 13th streets:—
Holy communion 8 a.m.;
morning prayer 11 a.m.; evening prayer 7.30 p.m. On the
lirsl Sunday in the month there
will be a second celebration ol
the holy communion at 11 a.m.
Rector; Rev. Hugh Hooper.
Services al St. Clement's hall
Lynn Valley; Morning prayer
11 a.m.; evening prayer 7 p.m.
l'riest-in-charge: Rev. li. H.
Gillies.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church, bth street:—
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Service at Moodyville school at
7.30 p.m. I'rayer meeting on
Wednesday at ti o'clock. I'astor:    Rev. J. 1). Gillam, MA.
Methodist church, corner 4th
and St. George's avenue;—
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Sunday school at Moodyville at
II a.m. I'rayer itiecting«Med-
acsday it 7.30 p.m. I'astor:
Rev. B. 11. Balderston, B.A.
Lynn Valley Institute Ball:—
Services every Sunday morning al 11, and evening al 7 p.m.
Norlh Vancouver Catholic Indian Mission:—
Sunday Services—Mass al y
a.m. Sunday school at 2.30 p.m.
Bttiediciioii at 3 p.m. I'astor;
Rev. E. Peytavin, O.M.I.V.G.
Baptist Church, cor. 5th and
St. George:—
Sabbatii school at 2 p.m. Services at 3 p.m. and at 7.30 p.m.
A GOOD SEASON
1). 1,. Gillespie, deputy gallic
warden ol the province, s.ns
that this year will Ih- a good
one Ior sportsmen, both in deer
and game. The coveys are not
so large, but he says they are
1 cry plentiful and lhe young
birds are strong, lt will also
be a fine season (or game. The
depulv galllu u.ililell s.iis the
law will as usual lie strictly cii-
loned this n.n .uid every ellort
made to protect the gaim .ind
dec! imlil the regular season according to lhe new order, opens
on October ,1.
A meeting in cotineiTlon  with
ilu- foriii.tiK.n ..I .1 braat baad
in llu- uly, will Ik- held in the
lirch.ill on Moiulav evening,   at
eight o'clock. 11 the response
to the appeal for funds thus Iar
met with continues, sufficient
money will shortly be in hand,
to warrant placing an order for
iustrumeiits. All interested are
invited to attend the meeting.
Water Notice
NOTICE is hereby given that
an application will be made under Pari V. uf the "Water Act,
1909," lo obtain a licence in lhe
New Westminster division ol
New Westminster districi.
(a) The name, address and
occupation ol the applicant.
Caulleild's Water Works 1.0111-
paiiy, Limited.
(11 lor mining purposes) Free
Miner's certificate No	
(Ji) The name ol the lake,
stream or source (il unnamed,
the descriptiuu is). Cypress
creek 111 Lul HHb, Group One.
(c) The puint of diversion.
Abuul 100 leet above the High
Falls un Cypress creek 111 Lot
bbb, Group One.
(d) The quantity of wati-r
applied lor (,111 cubic leet per second). One-quarter oi one cubic
loot per second.
te) The character ol tne proposed works. Intake at point
ol diversion and pipe line about
2000 leet Irom point ol diversion
to connect with existing water
system.
(1) The premises on which
the water is to be used (.describe
same). District Lols 1240. and
III, Group One, New Westminster district.
(g) The purposes lor which
the water is lo be used. Municipal purposes.
th) 11 for irrigation describe
the land intended tu be irrigated, giving acreage 	
(i) 11 the water is tu be used
ior power or mining purposes,
describe thc plaee wiie-re ine water is to be relumed to some
natural channel, and lhe diller-
encc in altitude belli ecu point
of diversion and point ol return.
Twenty-live thousand dollars
($25,000) divided into twenty-
live thousand (25,000) shares of
One dollar (Jl) each, uf which
Sj.uo has been paid up.
I (P) Copy of such parts ol the
Memorandum ui Assuciatiun as
authorial the proposed application and wurks:
"The objects Ior which lhe
company is established are:
(1) To supply the townsite
ol Caulleilds, being part of District Lots 811 and 1240   North
Vancouver municipality and the
neighborhood thereol, with water, and to carry on the business
ol a waler wurks cumpaiiy, in
all ils b.anches.
(2) To apply Ior, slake and
(0 sell and dispose ol water.
(3) To make, build, construct, lay down and maintain
reservoirs, waler works, dams,
cisterns, culverts, filter beds,
main and other pipes and appliances and to execute and do all
other wurks  and  things neees-
(j) Area ol crown land intended to be occupied by lllc
proposed works.    None.
(k) This notice was posted
ou lhc 17th day ol August, iyoy
and application will be made lo
the commissioner on the 20th
day ol Sdpteniber, iyoy.
(I) Give the names and addresses o( auy riparian proprietors or licencees who or whose
lands are likely to be allected
by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet.
Harry B. Howell, 1010 Georgia slreet, Vancouver; Maurice
Gint/.burger, lool Georgia st.,
Vancouver; Wm. Bailey, Chest-
erlield avenue, Nortli Vancouver
Oscar B. Allen, 440 Granville
street, Vancouver; William C.
Sleannall, MOO 1st avenue nest
Vancouver; F Wa Caulfeild,Vancouver club, Vancouver, B.C.
(in) The name of the coinpanv ill (ull. Caulleild's Water
Works Company, Limited.
(II) The head ollice. Renins
80-H7 Davis Chambers, 615 Hastings streei wesl, Vancouver,B.
C.
(0) The capital—how divided
— showing   amount   paid   up.
Pioneer
Bakery ___
S. H. Walker,  -   Proprietor
Fresh Bread daily delivered
to all parti of the city.
16 loaves for ill
4 for 25 rents.
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
HIGH GRADE CAKE
PASTRY, ETC.
PIONEER BAKERY
phonk 8        71 Lonsdale Ave
B*k
Loot lor the above trademark,
tin- sign of quality, on your
1. HM. foods.
We manufacture the best
Rolled Oats
on the market today.
I.f hi.  \oin orders with us for
HAY, GRAIN
ANH   CHOP
Pioinpl Delivery
Satisfaction Guaranteed
the Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdale  Avenue,
al Ferry  Landing
11*.  Chtpatn,   local manaifer.
sary ar convenient (or obtaining
storing, selling, delivering and
measuring water or otherwise
for the purpose of lhe company.
(4) To acquire water records
or licences and reservoirs, water works, main and olher pipes
and other works already made
or constituted with the object
of supplying the said neighbor- j
hood with water.
(Signature)
CAULFKILD'S   WATEI
WORKS CO., LTD.
Per Francis  W. Caulieild,
Managing Director.
(P.O. Address)
Vancouver, B. C.
Phone 37
Artistic'.Deiigns Sound Workman-hip
Moderate Prices
LAW & KNOWLES
P.O. Box M
AiniHTK.ris  ami   BtJILDIM
Wo Can Dosign and We Can Build
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A Difficult Proposition
(To be done on an ordinary City Map!
Place one point of »coiii|«s« at tk« foot of Umadtle avrnun ind, with I
ratlins of N inches, rlescrib." an arc. rotting D.L N8 at nlmut tlie- Kiddle of our
Half Acre Blocks—tliat it, at Block 2X-anil having ita point** li-riiiiniiting at tin-
waterfront. ,, , . .     ..
It is rc-|iiiri'd to Iind within lliis rmlius a half Kll hlock with soil, scenic
lurroundinnand vi.-w equal lo those In D.L vis. for $3to each,
Invi-ston are realizing il MBBOl bi 'lone and are purebuloj tin in on very
Mn terms.
Martinson & Co.
Real  i£«tutc  and
[fiauranoa HrokerH
j'm imt ♦♦
PALACE
HOTEL
RATH :
ti.oo per ami up
Spi dai rates to lam
lilts and tu regular
boarden	
finest R001 GJfden on«
REDA&ANDRUSS
COAL
COAL
Srroxn Him 1,
PROPRIETORS
*   -   NOKTH   VANCOUVEI, B. C.
.NEW WELLINGTON Ooil
direct lruin lb* ottOS,
Placo Tutu orilt-r. uow •ml
m«curn T.iur winUr'iaopply.
Ur|e ihipmsnts will arnva
io 11«* Atji. l'ricoa right
Urge suppl; of WOOD
always on luml	
P.   LARSON
Hotel North Vancouver
Telephone No. a.
Home Made
BREAD
Ciik.'s, Paltry, Coiileeti'in-ry
Beit Material*
Hutching and .Vain
18 Lonsdale Avenue
N.V. Fish Market
All kind. ..f Kn-1. Fiali delivered diiljr
Simaki'il Kiili a iiuacialty.
Poultry, E|». and vegetables.
Our aim 1- In please our customers ai
to goo.ll and prices,
Cor. Lonidale Ave. & 8th itreet
Phone 64
VANCOUVER BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ACCOUNTANTS
CROCERS
W. T. STEIN 9 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
Citj- Auditori
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groeirin ud Proviiioai
Wholesale and Rttall
North Viaeouvei !n6 Hutiagi St. (downiUin)
316 Pender Bii«tt
ARCHIT6CT6
E.STANLEY M1TT0N.M.1.C.A
ARCHITECT
Delivery Tauadayi and Fridays
DYIINO AND CLtANINQ
PERTH DYE WORKS
Anderson & llillou, Proprietors
Dyeing, Cleaning, Pressing
Ladies' dresses, silks,   laces   a
specialty
619 Halting* Street Wut,
VANCOUVER, B, C..SALE & BREW1TT
Agents, .North Vancouver
AUCTIONEERS
LA0IB9' HAmOfUSblNG
A. M. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
bb Hastings street west
ik tin oily aucUOUMi who will
pay ipot caaii belori thi mIi it
conducted
■AnHlblLriB
F. C. SAUNDERS	
Bairuter, Solicitor, Notary
Public. Member ol lbi ban
ol Briliah loluiubie aad Uu**
oat. Room 9 Empire Building, 603 Hastings it. wai.
\ ancouvir, B.C.    Phoue 4166
Jelllam-llciai.il Back Cunt* "I tlu*
I newest designs may be i-ceii al Madame
Humphreys'. Mulches al luaest prices
and all shades. 1 "ii|*,*.*• lur g.iiili-iueii
made al the shorten iiutiee. Iry Mary
T. tioldn.an's Hair llc.te.rir lot grey ami
la-led liair, :u luiir tiilUreui shades;
clean aud easy lu lift*. M.au.puulug,
Hair-drvasliig, l-acim Ma-Megc, Mauleur-
mg, OtttS) lit-aliittiil. anu I.iecin.lt«i-
(ur ll.e renia.ial "I sui***rllin.u» hair,«art.
and n.oles. Carslul all-uiliuu given lu
mail Matft.
MADAME  HI .Ml'llMYx
>- ' tiraltllll*- Mrc I
uPriClANi,
SCHULTZ k ARNOLD
Barniten, Solicitors, iU.
Rooms 104-105 Crows Building,
61} Pender Strut
Phoni 99b
S. D. SchulU        C. S. Arittld
MINI
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Optician
All work guaranteed
Comultation iree
49 Hastugi itreet well
Opp. Cameraphone theatre
MUIIC
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
iluiual Director
Vatcouver Opera Home
Rooms 3 aid 4 Elii' Ball, Cor.
Robeoi and Granville Strecti.
All Instruments.       l'lione 3330
Phoai 463
M. W. WA1TT 9 CO., LTD.
3)8 Granville Street
Pianoi - Talking Machiact —
Muiic Goods
The oldest music home Ib B. C.
RBAL MTATK
Keep your eye ob
EAST   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particulars apply to
MORDEiN 4 THORNTON
l'lione U15     440 Homer Stmt
rHOToaNAPHtna
Kallethe's Bath
Coruer Homer aad l'eider Sti.
Thi OBly  up Hi-dale  an 1  nil
abli bath houie ib Briuih Colum bie-
Wt cun when othiri tall
Satufactioi guarutetd or bo
pay. PlalB hatha, elietric bathi,
shower bathi, massage ior body, Kalp and (ice; electro ther
apeutic bathi a ipecialty.
IOS. KALI.ETHE, PROP.,
Graduate oi Berlin, Germany
MARTEL'S STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHER!* -
ill Haitiagi Slreel West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
The best equipped studio ou the
,   as: Phoue iiib-
luiiiiiire Uuanuitee <fc
aecunUes torporaUvu LU,
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgate - - • Maaafar
HISTAURAMT8
All North Vancouver   people
eat at
LEONARD'S
Either l'laek Block or Hastings street, opposite   thc   aew
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIO yogl (jtlice.      Leonard selie hia
lea by the pound.
Family Group Specialists
(.aliini-t sue, J3 per do/in
Cor. Carrall and Cordov«,ili.
A. SAVARD, Piopnetor
TMlATHEb
PICTURE FRAMINC
BU8INHS COLLIf.lS
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Haitiagi St. W.
Cenalea Otatiti Utaatarn Sattaai
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - - Manager
rrmvs m\\\m
Sf«r« thf lighfiil Taid Posilitns
Pitaiaa'i Baiimii College,
Aji t,i,i t}6 Seymnur Street,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the Ingest stock oi
moulding! in B.C.to select Irom
so when you want Iteming done
cheap aad well get our prices.
BAILEY BROS CO LTD,
340 Granville and 13ft Cordova
NATIONAL IHBATRB
Mechanical    Opera,   Vaudeville
and Drama
Piogiam changed every Monday
Auy seat in ibe houae 10c.
3.i 1 lasl ings Slreet Melt,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
tMATt-HMAKAa-.R«
I'.uglish practical watchmakar;
EsUbliahed 1889
Specialty,   repairing
CHIROPRACTIC
CHIROPRACTIC—I "Kl-ro prdk-l It" I
CUMfMUeU llu* .,i.ly mrthnal .l.itt...
■Ifaad tamatt 11 *    •<>
I .im . tl maaa.... .a 'lairu*,ra. II'    11..
*t*.lf Cl»lf"|''.'    'af  Hi   t ■
[*.i.i|.l,    I* I*,     ,,. Iu.lt i.|  I'a tii"
iv Saiil "I ' It     a 1 ,f'   '""a    o|
.   .   ,1
tl»n as I natniualieio Iim
WtiODKOOFE,
311 Carrall Street
DETECTIVE ACtNCItS
Canadian Detective Bureau:—
Offices everywhere
Van.uiiier OIBc- :"' Knipire Wot9
W« llaatiiia* al  «>'*' HMHMI
W   •   WKI.SI1
General Superintendent THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Followers ol the chuse will up
pin i.iu* ,iii opportunity in lain*
diarize themselves with ilu pro
viiiont  ui   .1   recent   ordei in
la,nii..11 relative tn tin ihooting
„i aa.nin 111 ilu province for Urn* •s;iKll''11 ,llTl'   ull| _* »aiBUlld
se.isi all
ol December, 1909, both days in-
clutive,
T li.i I llie tlls.iliilities ns to lllc
llaaaallllg     Ol     illd'    Oil     till'     111,1111"
l.iiul, and the islands adjacent
thereto, sli,ill be removed Irom
ilu* ist day ol September, iyoy,
to ihe i.stli day oi December,
lyoy, Imtli dayi liultisive.
lli.it llie disabilities ,is to tile
Tile m.i-  lor deei  US' Hell ,is
faille  tills J t.al   tints   li"l    Opcll
iiiiiii Octobei i.    Tlu .lui sea-
ion h.is ianii ii: la.itk .1 month
In   lllc .illtlla.lilies llllilil   all   01
eiiinia I dated Augusl jrd,
It specities as lollows:
'lhat ilu ■   labilitiei ,,■* tn tin*
shooting aai iliieks ni aii kinds
shall be removed (rom ihe ist
da) oi September, iyoy, io thu
i.-,ui day ni November, iyuy,
both dtfyi inclusive.
Ihal lhe* disabilities as tt. the
shootm*; ol ilecr mill mpaCt to
Unt ]iniiiiiii ni Vaacoavei la-
land, .uui the islands adjacent
thereto, south oi ilu- lollowing
distillled line:     ColttfflCBCillg al
SPECIAL PRICES IN
Hetse ..ml snipe, mth respect to ~* mouth oi the Little Quail
the  mainland and  ihe  islands
adjacent   thereto,  shall   In   n
moved iioiii the itt ii.n "i Si p
iciniiei, i i, in ih, 28tfa da) ol
lv iruar), 1910, both dayi   In
elllslie.
Thai tin disabilities as in ilu
sale ed dlleks ul all Ilil
and sm]... uuh regard  to  ihe'
uui river, thence lollowing thai
stream to its, junction with the
Alberni load;  Ihenee lollowing
the Allnl 111 i.i.ul In the Alberni
canal, shall bt removed from the
isi day nl lit tuber, iyoy, to lhe
15th day ol December, iyoy,l)olh
dayi inclusive.
Ihal the disabilities as to lhe
STAPLE DRY GOODS
ir'je glass cloth pat yard  „  10c
15c pillow eases, per pair   25c
fi table cloths, Irish make fl.65
joc sheeting, bleached or unbleached      25c
Best grade English print, per yard     12V'
UillTl-: WEARDEPAETMSNt
i.Si' to .soc corset covers, sale price      JOC
White underskirts, regular Si.50 (or  Sl.25
J: underskirts, lace trimmed    ? 1.50
|j.50 underskirts, embroidered  $1-95
We represent the Singer Sewing  Machine  Co. in  North
Vancoaver,   Machines and accessories kept in stock.
J. J. MCALEECE
KEITH BLOCK
LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
Cleared Lots
In Block 33A, D.. 330
These lots are all on gradedstreeti. In fine neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Prices $600 to $700
EA&Y TERNS
S. GINTZBURGER
•LIMITED-
province, -hall bc removed Irom si'"-,u"K "' ,la'1' m,nl1 ul   lllt'
the isi da) ni October, 1909, lo •l,l"u' mentioned bouadary. and
the J8U1 da) oi I'ebruaM. i'ii", -l" °-** lalaada, except Queen
both days inclusive. Charlotte Itlandt, shall be re-
'iisabiliiiis ,,s I,, ib, »°ved I'""' the lit day ol Scp-
■hooting oi mt k pheasants thai! tember, 1909, to the 151I1 day oi
be removed with respect to ilu* December, 1909, both days 111-
Klelllllolld,  Delia,   Delltllie,   .tll. 1   dUaiva.
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
103 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
I'. 0. BOX 386
i'ali electoral districts, except
Ke in  municipality,  (rom   ih
The aloresaid regulations shall
not affect kai-ui island, the Ya-
ijth da) ol October,   1909,   to lak""1 reserve in Wlooet.or tbc
the 15th da) nl December, 1909,
both dayi inclusive,
lhat ilu* disabilities   ol   lhe
Elk river reserve in Beat Koo-
tui.ii.
The   iiriler-iii-toiincil   i.i   the
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
Va unli-it a trial bid on your Order, ninal! nr lar^e
■hooting "i grouse ol all kinds tjrd Uarch, 1909, with regard
(except i'i.mn chicken   with re- '" •"' "I"11 M'-1S"" lul I8""" ll,,s
ipect 1 * ihe mainland [eactptj bun rescisded with respect   tei
East and West KooU-na) I, and ~* maiaUad.
tin islands   adjacent   thereto,	
shall in removed Irom lhe 15th thepnblii tchoolaarill re-opea
da] oi Octobei to ilu 31st  da> on Monday next*
THE EXPRESS can handle
any lorm of Printing Its work
is high class, its stock of the
best, and its prices anti-combine.
Send in your work   ■*   j*   >
ALEXANDER P. REILLY
1 1 *••    I   *' , « . Church
Teacher of Vat no.   Vocal and Tktoro
II .1,-irfl Pniaii- prenutd fur the
lor.nt   luiviTiitv I umlnstloni
Studio: 939 Davit St., Vancouver.    Prow R2385
■   , *   ■ I ll. 1. rciice: li*.v.Mr. inllam
*.-..|m--.>**<.****....:.*.-^^^^
A. R STEACY
Corner lonsdale Ave and Second Strtet
Phones 26 and A62
1, ...
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FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Local ind Foreign Fruiti
Fresh ind Cue Eggs
Choice Cmmery Butter always on hind
Limp Goodl, lilm*no-
Crockery warf. Bruihei,  Brooim,  etc., etc   i>
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CALL AND SEE THE NEW
■• .  ASSOKl'MENT OF
Silverware
Given
Away
li    AS PREMIUMS TO CASH PURCHASERS AT
McMillans
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Thc GENUINE North Vancoaver Specialists
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As Sole Agents in North Vancouver for the
COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO. LTD.,
London, England.     assets exceeding $a6,ooo,ooo
We Would Ask You
1.—As a business man, is your gtock or are your premises insured? If not
how do you preserve your credit ?
2.—-If you have a home and • merry family, have ynu insured Hint house?
If not, in ease of lire how are you fOlQgtO n-plare your treasures, not
to speak of \our home'/
8.—Have you n wife and family to support '/ If so. are you insured ngainsl
ACCIDENT or B1CKNESS? If not ymi arcculpalily Mgligant. In
justice attond to it at tract.
We write our polieies with
Tbe Commercial Union ■is.virawf Co., Limited, London, England
Wliieli Company guarantees any policies ive write on
Tire, Life, Accident, Plate Glass, Employer's
Liability or amj other legitimate risk
Call and See Us
NOIL ADDRESS-67 and 69 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver,
Phone 6
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