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MIDWEEK
(Hk Exprraa
I'/CT'
1
EDITION
Voluniu 1
Nohth Vani'ouvek, B.C., Ai'iui. 12, 1010
Number 3
C.P.R. Will Not Operate Gr Ferry
Rumor to that Erfect Emphatically Denied by Mr. Marpole—Some
Reasons Given (or Not Doing So.
In pursuance ul a report
niinii lias been current ot late
tu the ellect that lllc C.l'.K
would have a height km iu
operation across Hurrard Inlet
within a short ]H.-riod ol time,
a representative ul the. Kxpress
uillcd upon Mr. K. Marpole,
general superintendent ol tlu-
C.l'.K., and was cordially
piHited an interview. In response lo a question as to whether he would coiilirin a report
lo the ellect that the C. 1'. R.
intending establishing a Ireighl
lei rv lo tlio North Shore, Mr
Al.ii pole made a prompt and
emphatic denial, declaring that
he had no knowledge of am
such intention upon the part ol
that coinpanv and in further
conversation outlined the reasons why a departure ol such a
nature would bo ill advised upon the part of thc C.P.R. The
cost ol the system would repre
sent a large sum ul liionev including the building of a barge,
the construction ol sidings,
wharves aiid tracks. A lurther
(-difficulty would lm mil willl in
the matter of handling cars nu
the north shore for whuh wort
tin* C l'.R would have li. di
peiul oll some other company
lor lhe KSSOS thai il would
uul pav to keep a locomotive
and clew on the sortl side to
l>.iiulle the small amount of Ua-
llu which would iillel. In view
nl the fact that thr i(instruction of Second Narrows bridge
was drawing mar and that lhe
C.l'.R. in common with all
On motion ol Aldermen downing rights over that structure,
iu ivhich event, the entire car
lerry sysleiu wollld U-comc oh-
Isold**, ihe proposition iii| ur
I snme the expenditures Involved
in such a departure could not
be supported on sound business
I principles.
i Mr. Marpole discussed at COS*
sidirablc length the present situation on the north shore as to
industries, transportation, real-
'ly, etc., and showed himsell lul-
lly alive to all the salient fca-
jlurc-s of lotal activities, Ile had
iniinly taken advantage of a
little leisure lo personally visit
North Vancouver aller an absence ul over two years and had
bass very favorably inipressi-i
with what he had seen. The
j visit had been altogether . personal anil he was quite coiili.
dent lhat his ollicial capacity
had not been iccugni/ed by .my
persuns whom he had met iipuii
that occasion.
1'AINI-TI, OPERATION
A. \\. Sargent of Third street
undei wiin a p,iiuiul operation
at St. Paul's hospital lasl Sat
unlay morning for some, kticc
trouble. l)r. t. X. McPlnllips
|>crforuuil thc o]xration and the
latest reports arc lhat thc patient is progressing very favorably.
Council in Committee
The city council iu cottiuitlcc
ol thc whole last cvciimg considered thc question ol establishing a permanent grade on
lhc Ksplanudc with a view to
harmonizing wilh the railway
grade i.stablished by the Railway Commission about live
years ago. Mr. llallour Ker,
who contemplates building ,i
brick block ou that .street aiid
Councillor Hridgman representing the North Vancouvor bund
Co., wore heard and alter going
into the (acts thoroughly it Wat
docided to asccrtiun where the
next meeting oi the Railway
Commission would be held with
a view to adjusting the city's
dilliculties relative lo relieving
the steepness of the grade lhat
would bo made when the railway company laid thoir tracks.
A motion was passed to reconsider Uie grades which bad
lieen established on I.ousdale
Ave.
On niotiuu uf Alderman Irwin
and unanimously agreed to by
the council it waa resolved to
establish straight grades on all
nurlh and south streets Inui.,
the water front nortli. Bylaws
will Iw prepared to rescind the
bylaws now in lorce for bench
grades. The easmeiit on cross
streets will be commenced IOO
lut mi each side of tho north
and south streets. This resolution was not recommended by
the Kngineoi who is in favor of
1-eiich grades.
Aldermen lruin, McNeish,
Schult/. and McRae were Bfl
pointed to act as a court of revision on the assessment roll
which will be held next Mondav
at : p.m.
MARTINSON-WILKINSON
Another of North Vancouver's
young men has joined the r.cuks
ol thc Ixmedictt! in the person of
Mr. Matt. B. Martinson, whose
marriage to Miss Edith C. Wilkinson of this city was celeb, a-
tcd in Victoria yesterday at s
o'clock, thc Rev. Dr. Campbell
officiating.
OBITUARY
The death occurred Sunday
evening of Mr. Herman Schip-
lo, aged 50, at the family residence, 3rd street, near the cor-
of St. David's Ave., after an
Illness cove-ring a number of
years. Deceased was a native
of Germany and with his family was a resident of North
Vancouver for about two years.
Thev lived formerly in Oldtown,
Maine. Mr. Schiplo had 'been
an invalid ior some time and it
was in search of thc parent's
health that the family moved
west. The western climate,
while being in a measure beneficial, did not work anything like
a permanent cure and he was
confined to his house a good
part ol the time. I<clt to
mourn his loss is one daughter,
Annie, and a son Krnest and a
niece, Mrs. W. H. Parkin of 2nd
street east. Neither of thc children arc married and have always remained at the family
fireside.
BASKET  BALL
The Brotherhood ol Hachclors
from thc Keith Road won s
close victory over the ladies
baskel ball team in Cooks hau
last evening. The boys weie
somewhat lagged at the conclusion as Uie result of Uie sircnu-
011s exercise and being out 'i,
training, liowcver ihey carried oil the laurels in good style-
taking cvoiythuig mlu consiii-
eratiun. 'lhe game opened with
honors even lor some uittuics
when a handsome shot by olio
ol the ladies brought lorlh .1
burst oi applause and started
the ball a-rolling in last time.
1 he game was kept up at a last
pace for tho remainder of thc
match, the score at the finish
favoring the bachelors with 14
points to 11. H. W. Kemp, tht
ludit-s' coach, acted as releree.
The lineup was as follows I
Ladios—Mrs. McAleece Kuuiiic
Seale, M. Fulger, Mrs. Creel.,
V. Seale. Bachelors-1'. Bay-
liss, S. Humphrey, T. liayliss,
ft. Diplock, A. Swain.
The members will constitute
1 a court on the several local improvement petitions.
. The clerk was instructed to
call foe bids from local banks
for tho school debentures of
517,200 and the street improvements debenture of 125,000.
BAND CONCERT
Thc North Vancouver brass
band will make its initial ap
pcaraiHe in a public capacity
from the Kandie Kitshen, Lonsdale Ave., next Ssturday even-
' ing.     Tliis   fact  reflects  much
credit on the young men  who
Uiavc got down to earnest prac-
' Using  since the band was   organised hut a few mouths ago.
1 and the least that could   be cx-
' pected is that their first appear
ance should  tie heralded  with
Enthusiasm by an indulgent au-
I dienec.
DON'T CHANCE OUR NA.MP.
StraUicona,   Alberta,
April 8th, miu.
To the Express,
North Vancouver.
Dear Sir—ln your last issue 1
notice that the Ratepayers' Association makes the piopusiiiun
lo change lhe name ot Nortli
Vancouvei. I thiuk the Ratepayers are making a big mistake. 1 will give you my reasons, lu the lirst place, Vancouver is advertised the world
over and when people arrive iu
South Vancouver, thc real cs-
i tatc man takes them over to
North Vancouver and sell* them
property "in Vancouvei." Wu.,
naturally you would think you
were in Vancouver. Now I was
111 your city in January and 1
bought some property in North
Vancouver thinking it was all
Vancouver. Now 1 want lo
point out to you that Strath-
cona used to be South Edmonton, but is "Strathcona" now
and the people want lo have the
name changed again. \Ui\ i
Because l-.dmoiiton is known
thc world over thc same as is
Vancouver. South Vancouver
helps to advertise North Vancouver, therefore 1 advocate not
having the name changed. I expect to be in Vancouver in ten
days and expect to buy some
more property, but I will bin
in South Vancouver because I
want some property in Vancouver, not in Lonsdale, bocau.-e 1
think Vancouver is one of the
Iiest cities on the west coast. I
remain       Vours n-specUully,
F. HARRIS.
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THE EXPRESS
MAV QUEEN CONTEST
ELECTION  BY POPULAR  VOTE
Four Valuable Prizes
As Follows:
1 An order on Miss B. Curie's Millinery Establishment lor a hat, personally
selected and •peciall*' nude lor Ihe winner.
2. An order on lhe Nnrlh Vamouver Piano Companv lor a full sued violin,
good quality and lone, with lune and i a*-r | a,in|i|cii
\ An order on The Leonard J. Sale Companv lor a number I Bull's Eye
Film Kodak, 3^x3}* inches.
I An order on the firm ol J. J McAleece for goods to the amount ol ,7.50 lo
be selected by the winner.
The above an- all valuable prists, llu-aggregate worth ol whuh is approximately forty dollars and are in themselves well worth the t-flort that maybe
required to win them.
VICTORIA COT
The Committee ol Management desire* lo announce that the proceeds ol the May Day Celebration on Wednesday, May 11 th,
will be devoted lo establishing a cot in Norlh Vancouver Hospital,
Id be known as " Victoria Cot."
Conditions
The conditions of nomination are as follows ;—
1. Nominations in writing lobe lodged at the office ol the Express, no
First street east, not later than six p. m. on Thursday, April 14th.
2. Nominations lo be open to all Kirli resident in the city or the district of
North Vancouver between 13 years and 16 years ol age.
3. Each nomination ptp« to be signed officially o* '.he Secretary or
President of some so-.iety or or^ -ization in the city or district of Norlh Vancouver, or else by ten bone fide hou-, holders in Ihe city or di»trict.
4. The names of thc nominees will be published in the Kxpress of Fridav,
April 15, but no mention will be made ol the persons or Ihe society signing the
nomination.
The conditions ol election are as follows :
1. A series of three ballots will bc published in each copy ol the edition ol
thc Express on April 15, uj, IS, 26, 29 and Miy 3.
Ballot number 1 Good for one vote, miy be cut out and deposited by any
one, bb.nk lor the name being filled in, 111 lavor of any one of the candidates.
Ballot number 1 Good for 30 votes, will be given for each new subscription
at the regular rate handed to the Express and must be duly signed by thi
Editor.
Ballot number 3 Good lor 10 votes will be given each renewal subscription
at the regular rale handed 10 the Exprcii and must likewise be signed by the
Editor.
1 Sealed ballot boxei will bc placed at several convenient points throughout
the city for the reception ol ballots.
3. Ballots will be collected and counted by a committee ol leading citizens
and the progresi ol the election will be duly announced in each LSSM of lhc
Express during campaign
4. The final count will b :nade on the evening ol Wednesday, Mav 4U1 and
announced in the Kxpress ol Friday, Miy hth. giving lhe May Queen a lull
week for preparation
.A limited number ol extra copies ol each  of the above editions ol
The Express will be printed and may Ix- obtained at this office
WATCH FOR BALLOTS IN OUR FRIDAY EDITION
■H»H-H-H-H-H-|..|. |.| |, |. m-h.
H-H-l-H-.-H'.|.|..*,,|.||'H THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
LYNN   VALLEY
Ono acre on Centre H,,»al naar car with gonil li,,u«e and chicken
run, one hall Ml oul In mall fruit for I25O0. $1000 cash, balanct
arrange,!.
A number of good lots near oar lor $2J>U ami |800. f60 eaeh,
balance HO par nimitli.
NORTH   LONSDALE
We have a ka WtXtmtl ■ U- in D.L, 7S7 at Iron UH ta, $4110 each-
Than It I rou, Mag opsoid bom l.ynn \'»il,*i* t,. Lonsdali avenue.
rlffal thriiii*-h this proporty.
S.o us lor lots,,n an,l ii.au* llio ni-\i llonlfiaril. |3S0 mnl up. '«
caeli. bslSBM '-* It, IK ami '21.
I! v,,u Lav. auy I.vnn Vallev property to Mil W»IM >u a ponitiun
to handle it as we hai,- *i branch ornosll, tii. Vallev.
A. V. Maikl.
G. W. VANCE & CO.
tor. 8th & lonsdale   Phone 17b       Branch lllflie-lynn Valley
THE   EXPRESS
Nukih  Vano   ,,k
B. C.
I'ul'lished Tuesdays and Fridays lay
North Shoii Psstl, LtMlTSD
«atm or lOMCBimOR
Ono year, |1.00 Six months, 'i0o. Three months, '.'oc.
United States and FoTMfB, $1.50 per >ear
Ailvwtla.Bg Kates will bt qssttd mi SfpUcstlOB,
Ihs Kxpri'-v ii .li-vot.'il toth. inter,*!.!.- ol the north .Shore ol llurraril Inlei
exclusively. II ConilitUlM an advert imi.n nicilium ial exceplional lalue for
rcaehiui! in a thorough ami effective manner llio populsUOl oi Norlh Vancouver
City and Dlstricl. Every iffort Ia Bade is |ive advertlaeri the molt satlllactorj
aervice.
All Chan*;,- iu i-OUtrtCI ailvcrtUenionl*. ihould  In* in the printer**' liaimU nol
later ihan 10a ni  Mundaj ami 5 p.m, WadsMtla,' Is eniure lutertiuu in the
lollowloi In ie,
Bargain*—
Five lots in ;u.|. nest Kailroad an tnw, m, la-ding om double
corner,   ItSoo ior the five.   |8oo cssh, balano esij
l-'ive-roonicd houM on half screol ground, si n Lyss \al
ley Car I.nu .m.l stun*, ['nee lor quick isle #1350; '-cash:
balance 6, 12 and iS months.
Double corner fsciog Ottawa Girdsni
cash; balance (>, [] and 18 months.
Price $5000;
CAMPBELL & EVENSON
9 Lonsdale Avenue. Phone   53.
Null 11  VANCOUVtS,     H. C
KAll.WAV   C1IART1-.RS
PALACE
HOTEL
H 4 I I S
I
HI R0OI GUM 1
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
The absolulch IndispellSttbli
nature ui railway construction
111 lhc devalopuiest ol sny new
hiuiiii) is universally recogni/-
ul. The buna lule railway pro-
lliolcr -.-.liu lirst conceives lh,
idea ol a railway through a
given mi nun .uid who lakes thi
necessary steps to lay mil lli
route, to secure lhc charier, BCi-
ng upon reasonable sssuram
ul ihe lavurable attention ul
lliusc circles which ale capttbh
ul liiianiing lhe undertaking, is
iu lhe true mn a piuuec-r .uu.
it is undeniable lllal inipoliuli.
undertakings uf this naturi
have been conceived and cam
lu   completion  b)   tills   lliculls
Ai ihe same uuh u is evident
ui.it ilns same process is susceptible ul aluise ill lhat Vita
aha- public ir.nichiscs may 1,
procured by partus whn in 11,a
llitluscKts   able     lu   c.il'l \    I,,
completion the undertaking!! 11*
vuKeil and viliu hau to ttas
unable jjlulllld tu lulitlllde tll.iI
llii) Win ul aluc lo illicit.al   IIiom
who .ut in a position lo Linuna
lhe project. 111 such lasts ilu
results are decldully harilllul
aiiil tlu development ul ihe
country mt) be seriousl) ',
tardcil, because ul the iad lhat
a valuable ill, 11 let' is liehi b)
lliusc ui.u utt. UKSpalMn ut USIUS
it   tllellisiKts   while   the privi
leges, conveyed therein arc thus
rendered unavailable lo others,
whu, wtu  lhc)' allowed  1,, l.ik,
huhl i,i ilu project as lirsl pai
lus wuuld be able lu call) ll tu
prompt .uul successiul Cuuclu*
sion.
In common with other governments smularh smut,a, ihe
policy ol lhc Canadian legialu
lures and of the federal bouse
has been heretofore, to grant
freely all eh.irters to which no
opposition was. made luuii miti
side sources. There are .11 present, however, siroi)-- indication*
We cm handle as manv more.     II you are thinking of b«.ld.„K    ___t lh, ,,ay 0, „,, prumlsul(lll,
granting   ol   applications   lur
smh Iraiiihises, is just about
ended. The COBViction appears
tu  be  laplill)   galllllio   lit.itlw.it
StCOKS Sin 1 1.
NORTH   VANCOUVER, 11. C
LYNN   VALLEY
1 ii, \, t, - -nth ii,,| 1.11 fronting on sin * 1, .irlinr.
Lots J, 4 an.l 1. Iliu, k *   I'l     KM]     l'i ' I I
Terms I3, joo caih, bslsnci 6, is and in months.
MAY 6BIJRN$
'-state and Financial Agents
Real
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
see us and talk the matter OH 1
CAMPBELL iit MILLER
205 Lonsdale Ave Sorth Vancouver
APSII   IJTB,  1910
never would be buill aliil which
the     promoter!     knew,     nevei'
would be built, in order to
reined) this lutdesirabk itateol
ail,iii:, Sm.iiui Daws introduced
1 lull lo provide for lhe incorporation ui railway companies
by the Railway Commission,
instead oi by Aci uf Psrlisucni
as ut pretest. One oi the provisions nl Uns bill is tu the cl-
kcl that Dcit.ie a bod) ul men
could gel a dialler hum ilu
Railwa) Commission the)
wuuld   have 10   du pi'eliiiiiu.i.
surveying   which   would   cost
uliullt >-!,sO per lillle.
l-'rom   other  quarters   a   likt
sentiment   in   Invoi   ol  more
stringent meihuds with  relei
ejice lu ilu- graining oi charters
is in evidence.   in sa interview
a   Uw   dnyl   Igo Willi   scura.
members irom me wceteia ptu
vincen, Uu- .Uinisier ul Railways
.it Ottawa is reported as having declared that the da\ WOUld
sunn come when blanket charters would not be granted .uu,
companies would not be allowed ihe choice ol several routi
Ihey    would    be    allowed    lo
illu»ise ulle rullle allll lhe) cou
eilher Use lt or aballdoll it  be-
lore   the)   would   be   given an
oilier  route,     lhe serviceable-
Iuss   ol  all  action iuch as   this
is leadil) apparent when then
ale  iwn or lllule route! "I    Bp"
piiiMin.iiil) equal value, bc-
tween two objective points, but
111 cases 111 which there is onl)
uiu Iranihlr route, 01 where
there is une route so great.) sn
peiior lo all others ss to ten*
dir those others praclicall) v.d
uclesi because ol expense oi cou-
slIlKll-'li as well as ul lnainlcll-
aiht and operation, the remo*
sl ui ihe blanket chattel would
prove imt a partial measure,
lor ilu reason lhat then Is nothing implied in that actum
whnh would prevent Uu sscui
mg a.i ,, charter (or thai one
ver)  superior route by   thosi
who had 110 intention ,,l building,    but     W lluse    .."It*    ptirposi
would be io pi-jvcin all railwa)
constn clion  through the coun
Thi   Shtrwin-Williamt   Paintt   Covir   thi   Earth
Stands Extremes of Heat and Cold
RUBEROID is used on house* and barns at pointi
1,000 miles north of Edmonton, Alberta—and the
extreme cold has no eflect on it.
RUBEROID is used on buildiii|*s in the West Indies,
South America and the Orient—where the thermometer registers from 90 to 100 degrees for monthi
—and the extreme heat has no effect on it.
Could you ask for a •**,ori aatisf actory foo6ne for vour
house and barn ?
Sole Agents for
North Vancouver
Paine  <& McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
t   tt   t
mmm
Thi   Sherwin-t/illiami   Paintt   Cotir   thi    Earth
IDEAL HOMES1TES FOR
THE HOMEMAKER
BRIGHTON HEIGHTS,       NORTH LONSDALE
Tlii. priiiit-rly Imm OB l.,,ii*"liili* iiveuiii- whiili ii Iteii-K n-a-Minl tn
it. lull »i,ltli iiii'l li lult-varili'il. Kit-ry lol Mrs i-rll uml In. .
maitnUia't-iit «*t**w. BtrseN arr ,,|»'in*,| ill r.iind llic propt-rtv un.l
IBM uicly 110 raiiin*-.
i'n,,-nnu,' from 9S7A.OO toMWalM p.-r 1.1.   Tenet,  |.jBsrtof
rath, ain.l lheMlaaea. A, IIsnd ik it -
there are onli IS loti in U1I1 -mai.' nlxlltMoe II fessNS
lim.T 1- -),,ii a- tl,cy imii't la.l l,,ii*;ai tlic |,ri,,'
Chas. E. Lawson £> Co.
,,   -   -lll.llll.Uli
K, al Estate Spe isl iiti
C ■ UVSOS
15 I  'UmUIc Ave. Phone 71)
Lonsdale Avenue
1 ho four-room*] modem boiMM on doabls lot; funoed and
improved. Pri* onlv $4200. Terms to suit. Tin- ll
really i genuine bargain.
Close in Property
on Lonidale, Baplanade, Kirst, Second and Tii ird Streets •
\\i ipeoialiae in don in property and if yon wish to
luiv or-ell this class of property, it will pay you to call,
write or plume to US,
ELDER MURRAY CO.
pin.in  ;; Horth VaOfinivei
rti'tn*   HN Vsimmwr
Special Offers
Dotlbll ' ami. r Loti 11 ,m,I i ,. |,|,„ -, i i   |)   I
I'll"    13500 la--       *,, I ., ,    .      1
Bio|h 1 mii, 1 I.ui 11, Mu k i.*, I). I. .7-
(1500    Crt-li <^a„,    btlsm - 6 iod 1.' monthi
SiOgll l tll N- I   1   01   IJ,   I laalk   18,   IM
I19 '" ( 1 '■ ','" Bslsni • 1 iod 11 Booths,
Lot on Bsplsoide, Lol 56, bl* 1 k it/*, D I
e'"11"'    ' ■ esih    Bslsoee 6, n md m nth.
Lot 15, bloik 19, D.I    sr
i'n" IW00   1 ih fajo    Bilinci ■ .,., \ ,   mu_^
R. McMillan & co.
Real Estate and Insurance Biokeri
4 Lonsdale Ave. Phone \91 PO Box 15
m  coacemsd until ilu \   could
thai 11   is nol 111 tin inui'isi*.Isucceed 111 .sillinj; their charter, 	
ni  ihe  ii.untu   tli.it   \.ilu.iblt*i   Th,   ution whuh ilu* Ontario ~
MMsssioas    „i    this    sstun |ovimiueBt is reported lo have "",""ll,s " l'r'ml,'1,' "'"''' **
shoulil 1,,- irantcd with .1,, ,,„s- _ eumempUtioo, however, ,„■ l""1 ■ b«*rt> l,sl""lsl ■ "" J
MiaJity oi their lyiig ntsasei   lien vlauats whuh Wthinlh vot '" "" |,"l'l;i  '"""'     ""
.. term ni vers ,„ „, ,„,h, ,„ applied  maM ,,x,u , ^i,,,,, countrj needs railways and ths
1 Mine ll,,nr>''a, 111 ti. .'1 3u pin.    (11*11 Kvciiun* by »|i|«,iiitnicul
Alter nlliee noBTI, phnne Lll'J
lunhcr ihs sods ol uwocharttc milum,. upos ihs latUr siiu.i
tlc.dcrs, whm |iui|,.ast in .uiu- tim, git-] -vhich sroold li.nul oul
niK posssssioa <,l nch franchises 1 verj ktumi check to ih.nu.
is to sell Ihi'lll lo somi- iiiit  else, dcils   ol     1,,     appIkatioBI   i"'
at .in inorbitaui Itprt .is com- charters without tin Intention
pari-d with thc cost to tin in       m   build.    It  is proposed   by
ii- 1 siinn.n nn-: tonight
11 1 sin,nhl iiie tonight
Hu'ii  in*,nts istraBfsd sroald
turn ones tnore hi ine,
aaaiiai  iub promoter  ol ictus!
railwa)   ,„i,struiti,,n ,s , |.ul.-1 Rci.allillR   llUu.r  ,|,ns r,„„,IM.
fully;
SEE US FOR
SASH      DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, h
BIRRARD S\SH & 000R FACTORY, foot of St, (,(M»rae
u... 1....   .-.. 11 , ...
•■licit I 11   ■
r Onler. ■
Senator Davis receatl) voii a
some itraightlorward tmiti*
ments in this regard un iht
ilimr ol ihe Senate ChainU-J ,it
Ottawa.    He   sl.itiil that     1,1
tisties showed that Irou 191*0
in 1909, parliament had *    t
1/11I sixty-five ceuipanii -   Out-
side ihe C.P.E., r.r.iinl Trunk
Railwa), (inuiil Trunk I'acific,
.mil (.'atiiulinn Norllurn railway
there had beiai built onlj \t,i
miles nl road and thai b* t>mr-
teeli   eiuiipaliies.      Tlu ,  m  his
"pinion, sii.m-iil chartertiion{--f.
iU)*.      He    u.is   ol   tin   opi* 1
Uhut   the    time 1,1   parliament
ihould not be taken up      ,,i
.■tntil\ p.issin-- ihaiia n loi tin
iutliori/..itiMii    ,,I MiUi a\ .   ihat*
that k-gislstun, to incorporate
a clause in .ill charter and char-
nr ex ension bills which ia  sl
(set   «ill   provide,   that il   Uu
coiistr iction of th,
n"i commenced .,n*
ol   llu   iapit.il   sta.tk   has   not
been expended   thereon,  within
ic benefsctor who merits the
elliiduilli-llls   seeming  lliilll   his
enterprise,   but   ths   country
wants none nl ilu- charter deal- .Would look upon bm as oi yon,
er,  who, without the remotestI     perchance
intention or possibility oi build* And soften in the old [emitter
lag a mile of railway, seeks ,1
valuable Iraiichise 111 orihr thai
like anv parasite, he mav   ill-
railwav   is   ■ ,    , •     ,, , .,        .Sol might rest, lor-ovcn ol al
,   '       „    «**   I""1S,U   "m 'A[l»  ■*■       tonight.
' !Krunl   stance of others. The  preciseI
Iiiiiii   into     which    legislstion     Oh ' iriends, 1 pra\ tonighl
willi respect to this important Keep  not  vour  kisses lor  tt)
The  eyes   that   a lull   uu*   wilh
averted )*laiice
For who could war with dumb
unconscious clav J
IWO  yc-Sr, all,,   llu   passin,    Ol ^^ „,„ ,,(, avsl,llh,nl   „ __ dead, mid brow.
the set, or U thc railwaj is nol o( umm m]m^,u. ,„ ]ir,,iul The wav Is loi.ely-l.-t „„   „,i
computed and pul in operation w ^ |iit mtm u, ,K, NU,„       them now
Within   .In,,- -car*. „i the pans isSlm,,,    (lwt   solm,   aon    js Think^cnUy ol me 1 I am tr.,
in-; ol the set then the  powers
,iboiii  to  In- made  to remedy  ,
v el-worn;
-       .                                  ■              alioill    lo   IK'   mane   ui niiicii\ 1          ,
grenteil to the company by such1..     ,,  ,     , ,,,         ' My  lulu-rm-*  feet  are  picrcei
...                                   the  deeds oi the present iyi lt,               ,
act shall nasi- and be mill   and . wlUl '"'"n ■ Ulorlr
...     'em. 1.,„,mv,.   11 l.^irla, —tr, 1     1
void ,11 respei is sn much ad tin
railway then rniaining iincom
pitted
The Ic^is'ialive   leiidiiia 1   u, n
t.ii"i iiiiiii thcee*>(wral iouici*
Ure   Peace)  aad familj  it
turned Irom 1 two weeks' vsca-
lion 111 lhc Capital.  "
Forgive, 0 hearts Htrangsd,  ,
pie.id I
When dre,unless   rest is mint I
shall not need
The tenderness for which 1 long
tonight. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
MIND vs. MATTKK
In one constituency s heckler
drew diiparsging attention to
the candidate's lack of inches.
"What's the -rood of a little
chap like you .-"' said he. "It's
a man wc want to represent
us." "Ah," said the candidate
quietly, "Where 1 come from
we measure a man from the
chin up. Vou evidently measure him (rom the chin down !"
FERRV WHARF
Hobby "Say, pop, what is
the dillcm-ci- between a lunch
ami a luncheon ?"
Pop—"About a dollar and a
half."
Ill'
All kinds nl
Lumber
Mouldings
Sash and
Doors, Etc.
Very cheap
J Substantial progress is being
made ott the new lerry wharf at
the foot of Lonsdale Ave. by
'the contractors in charge,during
the. past lew days. Up to about
a week ago attention had been
called to the slow manner in
which work was being conducted and the matter was taken up
by the Ferry commissioners
with thc result that they instructed their secretary to express the Hoard's disapproval.
With some line weather now the
west side ol Uie cement work
would probably be well on toward completion in a few weeks
and trallic changed to that side
to allow the balance ol the old
! wharf being torn down and tin-
cast   portion   of the reinforced
cement work proceeded with. At
the present quite a strip of the
flooring cement has lieen pul in
place over lhe not work of steel
rods and the south und oi the
false structure is being rusln-d
as sueedily as conditions will
permit.
ONE WAY OF PAVING
Mill    1
UHB ro.
Mil.I.   \M) OFFICE
Bsplsnsdi, l;..ist
'liiiiie Hj    Ninth Nancouver
Father Dooley had just tied
thc knot. He looked expectant.
The bride looked sheepish, and
Pat, shifting Irom one foot to
another, looked guilty. At last
he began :
"1—I—don't like to Ih; mane,
I fatlujr, but I changed mc clothes
in a hurry and lelt me wages in
me other pants."
Then he added, in a whisper :
"Take me down iu the cellar !
I'm a plumber, and I'll show yellow to lix thc gas meter so it
won't register more than 40 per
cunt.
Mr. J. C. Williams returned
from the Squamish Saturda\
where he enjoyed a week's trout
fishing. His basket of a goodly
number of the speckled beauties
which hc avered were not
caught with a silver hook, indicated that (ishing was pretty
good.
The announcement is made
that the marriage of Mr. Percy
J. S. Cole, connected with Unreal estate department of Robert Ward and Co. of Vancouver, and Miss Gertrude A. Wilson of Cambridge, Eng., will
take place next June. It is understood that they will occupy
their new residence, lot 753-550
on the Boulevard as soon as il
is completed.
COME
and see us at
Mr. and Mrs. Sykes, who
have (cur the past few months
occupied a house at tho corner
of 4th street and St. Andrew '1
have moved to Lynn Valley
where they intend to take up
their permanent residence.
-FOR-
Fresh
Groceries
- CAM. AT -
HICKMAN'S
THK QUALITY STORE
Have  yoa looked  up our
Fresh Meat department, for
quality and price wc cannot
be beaten.
Why go  down the hill
when we can supply
all vour wants
C. R. HICKMAN
Groceries and Meats
Phone 40
111 I.ousdale Avenue
PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT
Richmond Electoral Distiict
TAKK NOTICK THAT I have received objections in writing to the retention ol the lol-
lulling n,ones on lhe Register of Voters for the Richmond l.lcitoral District on the grounds
mi oppoeite esch name.
AM) TAKE NOTICK tlmt at a Court ol Revision to Ik- held on thc :nd day of May,
Nlu, et the Ciiy llall, Noith Vancouver, li. C, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, 1 shall hear
and detciinllie tlic said objections, and unless lhe persons objected to, or some other provincial voter or voters on their behall satisfy mt- that the said objections are not well founded,
I shall strike the names oll tlic said Register.
Dated this ;th day ol April, 1910.
THOMAS SHBPHBEO,
Regis!iar „i Voters Ior Richmond l-.lciioral District.
Keg    No.
N.iiiit
Address and Occupation
Ground of Objection
J
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19
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374
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674
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758
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920
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1041
115b
1185
1121
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170;
1746
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2064
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2 '53
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•953
J003
AUicrolllblc, l'.lwood  I.illu Island  I'.dln Laborer  Absent
Ad.uii, Wilfred Magec Id., Mat Grey, Laborer Absent
Adams,  William    Terra Nia.i,  lariuci    Absent
Allison, James  Dinsniorc Island, 1'isheiiiiaii    Abscut
Arntip, .lohn    Sea Island, 1-aiiu Laborer  Absent
Best,   lames     Sleveslon, Customs Ollicer 	
iroiii
irom
from
irom
Irom
Huiiell, Henry      Hen Island, Bridge Caretaker Absent
Hurton,   William    Steveston, Minister  Absent
Cartwright, Ceo. Allien..Ul. .l.s, Sub. 151 arid 15J, llr. 1
Carpenter    Absent
Cold, Lli George  Sea Island, Lburnc, l-ariiur  Absent
Cooney,   lalims       Sea Island, Lburnc, l-aiinei Absent
Dal/iti, Andrew  Lulu Island, farmer  Absent
lliekl, Allied William     Sievi.stoii,    Daker Absent
Dm 11, Wllllani  Lburnc,  fishermen   Vbseiit
Dingwall, Robert  M Sea Island, 1-aiincr  , Absent
Dullamel, Charles    Jericho, South Vancouver,        it
1-l.shiTinan  Absent
Lllioti, R.  l-.iiitsi initial Park, Laborer    .._ Absent
l-tlucs, Uiallcs Steveston,    .Ut.idi.nil Absent
Garvin, Samuel     ,., Sea Island, banner  .._ Absent
Gray, John Mom- Uoweii Island, l-.nginecr     _ .Absent
Griggs, l-oiisi Trsctnaa   Lburnc,   Storekeeper     Absent
Hcylaudt, 0 i.n  l-iaugc'.l
llewich 2nd Ave. Steveston, Harbor	
Hogg, George Riddle  .liowcn  Island,   1-ainiei  _ Absent
Home, Thomas Vniicni   Gibson's Lauding, Logger Absent
Keeling, Thomas John ...Anvil Island, foXSOM Absent
King, George  Bowen Island, Ho., Laborer Absent
Laing, Thomas  ,Lot 12,  1L  5,   NR. 7, W.   S.
ki    ,    ,  1,. m_,     Vancouver, farmer  Absent
Lancville,' Dolplus   ,  Lulu Island, farmer Absent
Leonard, Georgi    Steveston,   Shot-maker    *, Absent
.M.itiluw-son, Peter .        Lburnc, Lulu Island,  fisherman.... Absent
Milne, Robert II Tyson Rd., Hillcnst, Engineer.*.. Absent
Moore,   William   John ...Howcu Island, Miner Absent
...Steveston, Contractor Absent
Sleveslon, farmer    Absent
...Sea Island, farm Laborer   Absent
Mc.Myn,' John Sea Island, farmer  - Absent
Nome. Lnc Qmu Sea Island, Lburnc, 0 rover Abseni
Park, William Jaiucs    ...McMillan's Ranch, farmer Uisciit
I'.u.soii. Willi.nu S. ...     Sea Island, farmer Absent
Reynolds, .Noiiiian A.   .  Lulu Island, Laborer ...Abseni
Rowan, Duncan Terra Nova, Csaneryman  ..Absent
Shaw, Ambrose  MaGce Rd., Point Grey, Winder. .Absent
Smithson, Herbert  Steveston, Engineer Absent
Toinpsett, Edwin Waltel Point lire), South   Vancouver,
_f\_\       Laborer Absent
Will, William .....Acme Isld., Fisherman    Absent
Wilson, Iidward Dinsniorc Isld., Fisherman Absent
Withcy, Teter  Lulu Island, laiuier    Absent
from
Irom
District
District.
Districi.
Dislriel
District.
.    Dead.
District.
Dislriel
Ironi Districi.
irom Districi.
Irom District,
from Distiic 1
Irom District,
irom Disitut
irom Dislriel
Irom Districi.
Irom DistiM
ironi Disliiel
from   Dislriel.
Irom Distri 1
Irom District.
    Dead.
irum District.
Irom District
Irom District
irom   Distiic.
Morrison, Alexander
McKay, Godfrey   .....
Uil.iod, Roderick	
irom
irom
(10111
irom
from
from
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(rom
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fiom
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from
District.
Dlsliiil.
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Disliici.
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ironi Disi 1.*'
from Disti a>: ■
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THE NEW STORE
Just above the City Ha
EXTRA SPECIAL
Cash Bargains
THIS MOMH
Everything Reduced
Hi
54   »nd   56    l.nn»d»l.   At*.
*'ANDIE
ITStltN
K
"IT'S THE
PLACE"
F. K. Bennet,     6J Lonsdale
1.1.1
■
Mali','-., iiimi •
nil kind- nl  Mi-lluii  hiiiI   Alii:,(iii-   f'uriiiiiire
MON OfflM, Hunk an.l Har Pixum-n    Rqinir
ink hi all IU liraiiilirn
Picture FnUfllnf.      Kiirniiuh' SUira^p,
173 THIRD STREET, W.
M ill. OSDSSI uii-ti ,.ioini,| .iHiiiii.ii
ALEXANDER SMITH £» CO.
NORTH  VANCOUVER
LONSDALE AVENUE ESPLANADE
FIRST STREET BOULEV\RI)
AMD D. L. 265
We have exclusive sale ol the best properties m thr
above.    Call and inquire.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
11 Lonsdsle Avenue
Phones—office 21      House 22      P.O. Box 60
J. It BUSKINS
Cor. 3rd St. & Lonsdale
Smsmm i" 1 s Qibra
HORSESHOEING and
General Blacksmithing
S'" l.t!   Hltt'llli'ill   lllll'll   tu   Ullltl
ind inlc*(-*riun l„,rM-..   Also car-
riaic-i* itnrk and sttfl jlurpening.
All work  |MTSataMd.     Prompt
attention.   Gitt-me a trial.
We have just received a largo assortment ol small slock and havt
a complete selection of
VIOLINS GRAMOPHONES
CELLOS DISC RECORDS
CORNETS ACCORDIONS
FLUTES MOUTH ORGANS
STRINGS MUSIC STANDS
BOWS MUSIC CASES
ETC. ETC.
AT PRICES WHICH CANNOT BE HATES.
North Vancouver Piano Co. & School of Music
Address--443 Lonsdale Avenue Phone 114
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIPBUILDERS,
ENGINEERS &
Boilermakers.    .   ,
Mariiu   .unl  Stationary Engine ami Boilt r Work promptly BsecetSai
Telephone 103
North Vancouver
Thacker, Thornton Co.
NORIH VANCOUVER
FIFTEENTH. NEAR LONSDALE-Dont lose any
time in getting particulars about this propertv.    There is $1500
profit in it lor you, and it takes $150*0 to handle it
WEST VANCOUVER ACREAGE is moving last.
We specialize in large and small tracts in this favored district.
Prices right.   Terms lhe besl.
New location, West of the Palace Hotel
Tbacker, Thornton Co.
144 2nd Slreet Easl.
I eleph
ephonc
10.
•!••••*•••••**• $*•• ••M***W**M**.W,*#* *■
. \ . \ .|. e****e e*t a*a t*a e^e a*a e't a'tea*e e*e •*• «■*»
IIIE LONSDALE rilARM.li)
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   PRtCtS    - - -
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE IS .1 TRIAL OX YOUR
.VEX I   ORDER I'HOXE ig
T  S.  THOMAS. Hm, fi     \ \
DRUGGIST    |
a(p*>*t^a>a>^^aa><a<aajM^<MM,*W""a,*H^^<,*^,^,^>WK^"M,+,>
J llird-r
SIGNS OK SPRING
are seen in the lmgthuiinj-
days and brightening suu.
Soon it will be time to do
your Spring rmovating, inside and outside.
SKI.I-CT YOUR PAINTS
here and now. Th.it will give
you plenty ol leisure to 1'insider color schemes and ellu i:.. imi will also iniun \ou
the rigkt (pulin "1 paints to
carry them out.
Stoney <& Co.
117 Lonstlal*
1
We have a House and Lot on 17th Street.   A Good Buy.
We have a cleared Lot on 4th Street for $3100, Good Terms.
We have some good buys in 273.
We have Lots in all parts of the City.
BI5SELL, BROWN & SNYDER
64 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
MAIN   0FMCL:-M4 Hastings St. I.,  near  Impress  Iheatre THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦<
Our 50ft. Lots
In hi,. 2008 are cheaper than Lynn Valley Acreage.   Only
$130 each
i'ash |26tnd $10 monthly
'     || _o r\     f> REAI  ESTATE HROKERS
\ Martinson & Co. ™zmm™Z
local m-;us
Mi Alex Gibson and Ui
Clarence Hull, both will known
residents ut this mv, wren op
crated oe bj Dr, Newcombe sl
the North Vancouver hospital
lut Niturd.iy .ifteriiiiiiii.   The)
.iu reported to be progressing
,is well se eel bi expected up to
the present,
Mi. Hunker ol l.\nn Vslk)
has jivsn up his position .is
loretu.iti iii tin districi ol North
Vancouver's ,|ii.iii\ ,nnl has ri
moved to North Vancouver al
ilie corner ol i nh .md Hendry
streets Mr. Hunker will lesve
slmrilv mi ,i trip lor his health,
whieh h.is beea (ailing during
ilu p.ist lew months.
A Literary Column
8onicwh.it About Books ft Writcu
"The true university in thest
days is u collection ol books,
thomss Csriyh
The wise in.HI who HOUM   lllln
thousand vears uo remarked
"of making of hooks there is no
end," wollld toda) Iind his pre.
diction justified b< yond his im
liled:.ill   expectation    Hooks   oll
every coacdvahh topic written
Iron every   conceivable,   and
some inconceivable,  points  ol
view, .in poured out Iron  the
press like ,i delude
A well directed and enthused
l.n. nl tv toward literature is   ,,l
great vslee ie ell tlu- varied iir- dianist writing in 167s cbrotri
tliliislanees   ol   lile,    w hell     llie  lies   one   ol   his   day,    William
ihill aiid isolation ol advancing Wootton, who tt the an ol 11,
age settles down pall like,   lhe. read   and   perfectly   understood
tapers lit in earlier days at tlm Hebrew,  Greek, Laliu, Arabic,
shrine ol literature still bestow Syriac, and most of the mod*
tlu-ir grateful and cheering lighl era langnans, disputed in dii
upmi the way. ...ity, law, and all the sciences;
111 the men of fetters ol toda] **■ skilful in History, both sa
lew have -on with inch even «ed and prolane; m  politic*)
brilliance in their course as \\ k a word so universally  and
I   Dawson.    His  critical stud- ^"lidly   learned,   llial   he    was
ies   ol   the makers of   Baglish 'ooW   upon as  a miraele   and
proas   awl   makers   ol   Knglish took   Ills   Bachelor  ol Arts de
verse, his historical sludie.s, in- g«w at Ceffifarfdn when twelve
a luding Savonarola, which   has years and live months old.    So
also beea dramatized, have Aet it would seem that the
earned Dr, Dawson a Brat place «iso man ol three thouaand
in English literature. yeara ago was somewhat justi-
Dr   Dawson is lo conduct sei-   _* "»* * said   "there is Soviets in tteslcv church, Vancou-  llll"K »«* u,llUr •*»■■■
\er, daring the last week in Ap "Will Honeycomb."
nl. and while in these days he 	
is devoting himsell almost ex- , .
ilusivclv to religious work, il "^ ^ «hovt caption a
ought to b. possible sometime ^'li.mn .il literarv notes will
.luring Ins slav here lo I.e., >W" "' ,lu' lw^ «*,Uo"
liim on one „( his secular sub- "' _* gf*» , «'" lI"nn
„,,s Anyhow whatovcr his «*»b "'' h *_* ><> ™""
subject is be is I great orator **• «"f »«*» «£"{*« lit-
acquainted with all the arts and «« *~«* '« North Vancou-
ver and hopes to have the aid
ol literary readers ol the Kxpress iu tlm conduct ol tl.e column. Notes, news, etc., may
Ik addressed lo him, calt ol ll.e
lvxpiess.
devices of orator]
The press has ol lale been dilating upon the new boy prodigy who has discoursed and
discomfited the wise men of Gotham We are accustomed lo
hearing Irom time to time ol
infant prodigies ol a musical
turn oi ii.ii.d, bul the new oik-
is deviiloped on the higher educational aide, and is ol a much
rarer type.
However, dolm Evelyn,  the umbis Gazette.
H. C. OA/.I'.TTK
The lollowing appointments
and notices are noted in the
current issue oi the British Col-
aee**e*e**e*ae*******a*t**e**e*ee**e*ee*e*a*4**o*e4e*a**4*f 44**4*4
Montrose
Terrace
The Cream o( D.L. 553, North Vancouver
Flierr are nol very many ol thrm. bul you still have a chanrr
to ,-ccure one ol these ideal homesites
50 x 140 to 20-foot Lane with
$150 Gsh
Balance spread over IB month* and lhe lolal price is $525.
1 hese lots, slashed and liurned, and requiring hardly any clearing, are situated nn an open
slreel. I hey lommand a beautilul and uninterrupted view ol the harbor and llir south
nty and are only three blocks easl ol the Giand Boulevard and tramline.
Thr Price and Terms are exceptionally  low and easy
THE BRITISH AMERICAN
TRUST CO., Ltd.
Williamson tx Turner,   Manager    Real  Estate  Department
431 Seymour Street Phone 720
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Appointments
To lie members ol the board
of commissioners of police --for
the City of Cumberland, Alderman Kolmrt llornell and Joseph
Shaw ; for the city of Kcrnii*,
Alderman Q, K. Johnson and
.1. B, Smith, .mil lor the city
of Nanaimo, Alderman K. A.
Busby and l.ainont liros.
Ksipiimalt Electoral District
-Ruth Skelton of Happy Vallev j Henry George Miliur Phillips, ol Millstreain ; Chas. BtU-
tatiua    Whitney Griffiths,   of
Metehosin.
Victoria City Electoral District—\V. II. I'riee, Jos. A.
I'riee, Hubert Staiiler Lush,
John Hammond, all of the Cily
of Victoria.
Vancouvei Cily Kleeloral
District—Alexander K. Hums,
Wilton Savers, Harry Sellers,
James Beckett McVeiy, Adrian
I.etw'iiilel, Robert Joseph Craig,
all of the City <>f Vamonvtr,
Skeena Kleeloral District—J.
C. llalsey, J. R. Hcatty, A. J,
Prudhomme, J. D. Alien, J, G.
Scott, J. A. Kirkpatrick, 11.
II. Clarke, F. Cordon, W. J.
Ouinlan, all of Prince Rupert.
Delta Electoral Diitrict—Robert Livingstone, David A. Latimer, Win. Robb, Jas. W. Lee,
George J. Weir, Wm. Crosier,
Arthur G, Moore, A. J. Smith,
and R. A. ltradeii, all of Lang-
lev Prairie.
Twenty names appear aa appointees for Siiiiilkaiiieeii Electoral distriit.
An amendment to the Fisher
ns Act stipulates that a license
to lake salmon liv means ol a
boat and net in the waters mentioned in the license may l-tiob-
t,lined upon the payment ol a
he ol live dollars
Applications Ior a charter lo
operate a lerry over the Fraser
river at I1o|h- and also at Ruby
are called for to Ik- in bv April
11 st.
Kxaininations for efficiency in
lhe practice oi assaving in this
province will be In id st Victor-
i.i on the. nd day oi May.
F. ('.. Goldberg of the"cily ol
Vancouver has assigned.
Provincial licenses have Ineli
issued to the following cxtr.i-
proviiiiial companies Arthur
ami Compan)   (eiport)  Ltd,
.taunts Richardson and Sons
Ltd. and Property Insurance
Company, Lt<l.
The lollowing extra-provincial
companies have been duly registered : Ik-lding, l'aul ft Coinpanv, Ltd. and Soeietc Hypothecate du Canada Lid.
Certilicates    of   incorporation
have   been granted   to the   following : British Columbia Ceiling and   Rooting Company,   J.
|H. Harry and Company, Mi I.il
lan Lumber   Company,    Shori-
' Shingle    Coinpanv,    Vancouvei
Motor Clitbi Vigoriu and (Ival-
in Coinpanv, and West Vancouver Land Company.
j   The     Helgo-Caiiadiaii     Fruit
'Lands   Coinpanv   are   applying
!for a water record on the North
fork of Mission Creek in llu- district of Yalq.
The dissolution ol partnership
of the Coiiiox Sawmill Coinpanv is recorded.
K. A. Fairfield, agent ol Vancouver, has. been appointed Until w attorney in this province
for the Nineteen Hundred Wash-
el' Coinpanv.
Tin dissolution of partnership
is i.oled of Vidal and Haihus,
customs brokers of New Westminster.
PEAHODYS
RAILROAD
KING
We are jnle agenta here
The mily   suwulseluru
that plnceaaraali (-uarantci-
il they tlo not meet t-xpec-
eationa.
Try a pair
Ami be (-"iivii i'i-'I
IVitluulv's   lliiiirniul    Kin.-
at
PEABODYS'
UNION iA
MADE K
OVERALLS J*   Jff\
| -J
m
for S.I. br
CUMMINGS
Cent's Clothing, Furnishings, Men's,   Lad.es , and
Children's Hoots and Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
Builders and
Contractor*
P, LARSON is  prepared to
supply
I imr, Brick,
Sand, Cement
And all kinds oi Building
Material lo'tMiitittHeln unit
and at reasoiuilile prioei.
—AITI.Y—
HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVKR
TEI.EI'HOSE No. 2.
Nelson
Manufacturing Co.
ESPLANADE, Ka«t r,r
N. V . l.fMBJR I'o '. Mill,
AWNINGS
TENTS
 SAILS
N. NELSON, Proprietor
NOTICE OF COl'RT 01
REVISION
NOTICE is hereby given th.it
on Monday, ths 18U1 Day ol
April, i'ii", at 2 o'clock p.m.
within thc City Hall, North
Vancouvei, B.C., the Assessment Roll ol the City oi North
Vancouver for the year iqio I
will be revised by members of i
the Council sitting as a Court
nl Revision.
Notice ol all complaints |
against lhe Assessment, as
made by the Assessor, must be
given in writing to the subscriber at least ten days belore the
date of the sitting of the court,
tnd such notice must state the
ground of complaint.
Given   under   mv   hand    this
i nli day of March, 1910.
THOMAS SIIHl'HERD,
City Clerk.
NOW
Is the tune lo spray your
f r vt it trees. We rrcomnirnd
ami  will   supply   you   with
LIME
SULPHUR
SOLUTION
Which should br put on belore the trees commence to
bud.
ALL KiNds of
fertilizer*
for lawn and garden
the iiainai
Lonsdale  Avenue,
at Ferrv  Landing
Tsui**SS  l.l St.. in  liml lilork eSSt iifl.i.n*
dab, MOOQeseb, WWOcash,sslssest, i- dobUm
;;     Polio Ml
iht-,' l»t« tm '.'nil f>t., (iiiiiiK -outh, in .nd lilorli,
"    net ol 1 Miai-a. a);iuon cai-ii; hiessa, bshesesa,
12and IH-nnntlm.   fFulioliS).
Uii mi   3rd,   etose   In LoBaVWe Arc    fli.W.
||     INUDoHlh, halane,. U, 1'.'moiitlia.   (Win IM).
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First Street
+++s+++^++++++++++^++++++++++
Sixth Street
l.,,t rtn nth St.ni-ar Hitliicwav.   HIU0    '*, muli,
liitl.itiff a. l'i, IH monthi.    Fa,lu,4l).
Second Street
Third Street
Fourth Street
' I .Vl ln.,t lo)  nn |tl,   St.. near Malum avenue.
' '     117(10    Iimi i-hcIi, l-al-tncu M, 11! and 11 month*.
Folio OU .
Seventh Street
lAl.cnt. 7lh Sl. ami M(H»ly  An-   111100.   M0
essh, bslssee h, rj nuu-ili.  (Kniin tr.i.
Eighth Street
Fine lot JUKI off Iloiili'varil, l.i,ui( 'n,*t|a a
lOSalleSBt vie*. Il4i(. M**^ '.*l, Ralaru-e A
i:. ISmonlh-.   (Folio 110). ,
Fifteenth Street
41 dot lol 011 IMI1, near Bettirk Ate |M75.
|IMi,*.i-l, I'tla  '* I! month*..   (Folio 12*4 .
See our list of good buys
The Canadian Financiers, Limited,
14 Lonsdale Ave.     Phone SIS
Head Office, 632 Granville St.,
Phone 5%0    ::
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A Few Snaps for Profitable Investment
Safety      Income      Profit
Call and see our Large and Exclusive List
Correspondence Solicited
North Vancouver
Close-in City Lots at Less Than Acreage Prices
An estate consisting of 73 Lota
Centrally located in the City of North Vancouver.   Some of the streets are already opened.
Close to electric car line and waterfront.
PRICE,  $400 PER LOT AND UP
Terms:  One-Fourth Cash,   Balance 6,  12 and 18 months.       Prices will be advanced on or before April  15th next.
Nearby lots in  DISTRICT LOT 265  now saleable at $1000 to $2500 each
Maps and particulars on application
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IRWIN &. BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD
(Incorporated \A). 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chief place of business in North Vsniouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th -Street North Vancouver, B.C., Telephone 15
Call and see our list ol
City Property
and
Acreage
Double Comer on the
Boulevard, $3000
One-lhird cash,   ba1. arrange d
D.L. 265,2 lots,
$1200 each,
Easy terms.
Nut-Meat I,oaf-*-Oii-.--lialf cup
chopped or ground pecans, the
same of walnut meats, one cup
dried bread or cracker Cfamfas,
one egg is required, two is uu
improvement.   One table spoon
noted bitter,  Vet the crumbs
with milk ami .is tin- crumbs
soak add more milk if inn s-
sary. It should be a little loo
I thick to run Turn in the uiix-
Iture after stilling well and mv-
ir with lots of batter.   Hake hi
a   roasting   oven a half   hour
Lonsdale
Brokerage Co.
Cut in slues and serve hot In.
next day dry slices and cover
with thukuied and sir.until
juice from a tail ol tomatoes.
Sliced cold and served with
creamed potatoes makes a good
iiiiuliiiiatloii. All walnut
meats makes the musl a trille
dry,   but  can be used il pecans
.lie  loo C.X|H.'IIS|Via.
tody of water shall for all pni-
noaea, be deemed io be vested
in ilu- crown, unless and until
some other rignt is established.
No light to divert or nso water
be    deltncd    therein    shall    In-
west Torritories aod tho Yukon
Territories, every ditch, channel or canal constructed or adapted (or conducting water
from any lake or water course,
hall bs provided at its entrance
gi.mtetl   otherwise   Uian  under ; with a grating of screen to pre*
the provisions ol the said Aet.    jvent the fish Irom entering.
The Govcrnor-iii-Council mav,'    .   . ,  „       , ,. ,
upon tix recominundalion of . Am "° "? slull„catch ilsh
tin- Minister, provisional eo..-;for' lak*> __* « *el1' ___***
Inu, and validate anv .nst. u "r^M>ort any fish for the pur-
ment professing lo grant tfV. *"■ 0,(«>»«**»* >* [** ■«*
right, record or other privilege "*" __[fmm "cePl h>' SI^
foi the use of water within the r" pcrmit'
Kailway Hell, providing that *^——■■———
any such validating order or
eoiiliriiiailion shall Ik- United lo
,i   period    not   exceeding    two
MORRISON'S
SIGN
WORKS
Keith Block     Ist Streei W.
0. K. Woodyard
Out 17th St. mo Momr *.»«.
S'lln .ta|V*-at.*,al  Hilt   li-IKtll.
Di-uhh- |.*,l (lull .-■■r.i »:, Kl
dt-liv, rati Al-" .,-n* .hI ,-,,i*.
trn-iin|i, c.f i, . i.»t *tin ,
trail ti$, ,ir
F. B. DAY
riioa.t-9,.
W. Ti-emayne
18 lonsdale Ave
Phone 186
North Vancouver,     B.C.
IlOi'SI.IIOJ.l)   HINTS
A piquant salad dressing mu\
be made of sour milk or Cf 111.
Take' the yolk of ■ hard-boiled
egg and rub it until it i.s quite
smooth. Then add hall ,i nip
ful of sour cream and a luhlc-
s|iooiiful of vinegar with sillli-
iiiaiit salt, pepper and sugar to
o\erioliie anv unpleasant taste
of the cream.
To make beeswax, plan- the
honey comb in I coarse muslin
bag alld put in a small StOM to
weight the contents. Put into
a kettl i, eover with water and
boil, The wax ionics lo the
top of the Vttel .md Hit- sediment remains al the bottom ol
the kettle. Win ti the water i-*
allowed to cool, the wax (onus
a solid cake.
SOME DIH-KKKN'Cli
A long-winded, prosy counul-
lor was arguing a technical can
recently belore one ol the judges
of the superior eourt. He had
drifted ..long in sneli a desultory way that it wus hard to
keep tiack of what lie was trying to present, aud the judge
had jusi willed a very siiggcs
tive yuwn.
"1 sincerely trust that 1 am
not unduly trespassing ou the
time of ihis eourt," said tin-
law ur, with a suspicion of s.n-
casm in his voiic
"There is some- dillerelice,"
thu judge ipiicllv observed, "between 111 espassing on lillle aiuf
i-ncroaehiiig on eternity."
,     DOMINION ACTS
An Act has just passed in lIn-
House of Commons at Ottawa
which provides lor lhe loiiliriu-
ation and declaration ol tfiu
Rights ol thc Crown wilh respect to water and water Doe
er and relating IO ibe diversion, acipnsilion and nsi<ol w.i
In in the railwav belt in Ml
ish Columbia, Including the
hln, k eoiitailiing time ami oiie-
h.ili million acres in the 1', ,,*,
P.iter district.
Tin     Ait   ilelmes  lllal   allv  river,  stream,  ualciiouici*,  lake,
spring,   creek, ravine, canyon,
lagoon, su.nnp, marsh m othei
period    not   exceeding
\ ears from the dale of the coming into force of this Aet.
Provision is also made, in the
Act lor the Crovernor-in-CouiHil
granting licenses (or the storage
and u.-je ol water lor domestic
and municipal porposes, irrigation, steam power, mining and
the clearing streams (or driving
logs, and the construction A
anv works in connection thcii*-
wi'th.
The An to amend the Fish-
tiles Ail alio just recently enacted provides that the Minister or ain lislury olhier shall
have   the power   to deblle    the
ini.il    boundarj   ol    tstsnt)
'lishing ,itu\ that any lishery ol
licer mav direct, ellher ill writ
ing oi orally on sight, that a
greater space than two hundred
and lilt} cards shall Ik- lelt
between salmon nets or other
lishing apparatus. Xo net or
other device shall Ih» so um**'
as entirely to obstruct the passage ol fish in any of the waters ol Canada unless aiithnril\
Ih- given lor tho placing of
scrit-ns to prevent the escapt|lll
lish held for breeding purpos, •
During the season the tiun il
which lisheriiieii are not ptrniit-
trd Ui lish is set forth as from
low water nearest 6 o'clock in
the alternoon ol every Saturdav
to the time ol low water nearest h o'clock in the afternoon of
even   Mondav  in tidal waters
No person shall use ,i BUI ■
seine for the I .iplure of lish un
less Under spe, la] license for thu
Inking ol .salmon* m such u al
ers of the province of Hritish
Columbia as are Specified it
such licenses.
In   the   provim is    of Hritish
Columbia,    Manitoba,    Saskat
cin wan and All-erta, the North-;
Double Corner
View and tad
31, 32-211-544
ioo it x 145 ft
J</M5 — 5.175 "s''
lt-nvl(tl»
Double Corner
Dowser & Hope Rd.
22, 23-10-764
66zi22 ft.
fi.ooo—1500 cash.
Double Corner
Moody and Kill
I, 2-104-550
loom i"
5A.3.V—S1.1.S0 cash
Bressey
Peers & Boult
REAL ESTATE
lu-.ur.inc*
Notary Public
Plion*
IHH
Double Corner
17th snd Stephen
I, a-10-615
140x157 tt.
11,675-1150 cash
Hal monthly
NORTH   VANCOUVER
1 Choice residential property fronting on the
Grand Boulevard and in adjoining blocks. No
lots less than 50 feet frontage.   All cleared.
Business property and acreage.    For plans,
prices and particulars, apply to
MAHON, McFARLAND & PROCTER
LTD.
Cor. Seymour and Pender Streets
Telephone 6286. Vancouver, B. C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. 0.
DESIGN - FINISH
These are thc features which give* a distinct air of refinement
to our sterling .uul silverplalr hollow ware, anil which, combined
with lhc high quality ol the material, place it in the fronl
ranks of the worlds best.
When you consider the fact, thai we place this excellent
wan ,m lhe retail niarkil al inaiHil.u turns prices, you cannot
i |t,-<- you eyei to llu- money you ian bv buying Innn us.
S«ow titer ol SUPERIOR QUALITY WEDDING
PRESENTS
Henry Birks & Sons, Limited
Gold and Silversmiths
Geo. E 1 tony, Man. Dir. I lastings and Cuanvillr
♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦
0. k. BAKERY
And CONFECTIONERY
BRKAD, CAKES, PASTRY, ETC
Fl;i IT, CANDIES,
CIGARS \N1> TOBACCOS
STATIONERY, MAGAZINES
OFFICE SUPPLIES. ETC
Fred. Bosquet,   Pro|>. J
AT Till   HOIBU
I Canyon View
B. C. Fox, V. i im ui ver
i   B. Draper
|   W. D. Parke-
I   H. il. and Mrs. Kloch
I   Mr,   and  Mis. Barton
I   11. Trapper
I   Jas. Simon
C. W. Cowan j'
1-. \V. K. Grant
'.   W. T. Dalton
A. 11. Hughes
Mrs. Blew
C. tf. F on est'
A. Tilley, Montreal
.   h. Btonnan, Toronto
A    II    l..iiigloll, Ihleago
i',eo. Rhodes, Ottawa
.1. Bogit, Ottawa
Mrs. Russell and Isinlly, Rd-
inburgh, Scotlawl,
Ninth Vancouver
1   Jas. \\ilton, Vsncouver
1   K. Robertson
|   G. W, l'ower
C. D. Veysey
J, ii. Keetools
Mrs. P, T. MciTi:k    "
Mrs. B. Reid
1   Mrs. Harrington
11. 11. Swei-sy
j W. .1. Rogers
j   Chas. Hyron
Robt. Sponcc "
.I.A. McDougan       "
Slither 1'eppard
11.    G.    Kandlesoiin,   Valde/
Island.
0. J. Rayner
W. H. Kllis, Victoria
Palace Hotol-
H. A. Smith, Vancouver
('.cr. Marsall
C. C Watson
R. Monkinan,
J. Atkinson
H. Logan
J, D. Shearer
H. Porter
The lollowing verses .uc limn
the pen of North Vancouver's
Hard, Mr. D. 0, Dick ;
This world of fate
Rolled on in slate,
Singing its happy sonnet ;
1'ntil one morn
With lew to warn
She bimi|H-d against a Comet.
Deep in lhe seams
01 earth hound rocks
Hewed out bv human forces
A man and woman
Lost their way
While earth reduced to ashes
When to the light
Again they came
There were no human masses
No living form
Hut lifeless corpses
From llalley's Comet g.ists
The moral of tlu si-
I.iiu-s of mine
Is sense on coiiinioii bases :
To build ourselves
Hind walls of rock
And thus preserve i.*,r races.
DISTRICT OK
NORTH VANCOUVER
Tuc District Council desires
hinders for carrying out the lollowing work :
i. Clearing and grading r'n-
durick Road Irom Centre Road
to Froinnie Road, aboui I JOO
ieet, And
2. Clearing and grading hall
an acre adjoining l.ynn Valley
School, And
3. Clearing and fading
about 40 chains of road in
Wesl Capilano.
Particulars   and specifications
can be had at lhe Dislml Municipal olhce where scaled T.-.i
ders willi deposit.s uiu at in-
lodged belote 7.00 p.m. Oti
Thursday, the- .'1st inst.
ALKX   I'IIII.II', C.M.C.
North Vancoaver
Woodqard
We supply ST0VEW00D any
length required $2.75. per load.
Prompt delivery.
Phone 190 P.O. Box 136
Board of Trade
North Vsncouver Bosrd oi
Trade meets the third Tuesday
ol each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday of caih month. W. J.
Irwin, president; .1. G. Farmer,
secretary.
WANTED-Chaiuberinaid
Palace Hotel.
PIONEER BAKERY
WAIKIK & IIIMIR, Proprietors
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
Try our \.\\ BrOWa Bleed.  Daily delivery ti> all parts ol citv
Phont- 8 and 5+
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & 6th St.
L3 Lonsdale Avi
P.O, Box 13      Phone 13
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N 0 T I C E
If you want to sell your Property, fill in blank space and
Mail to
INKSTER & WARD
NORTH VANCOUVER
ADDRESS	
LOT	
BLOCK 	
 D.L	
ottmtmt iiiimiiii umium minum
NOTICE !
Our business is now practicallv on 1 cash basis This enables us to give our customers the
same high class goods we have alwais handled
at very much better prices than can be obtained
(rom stores doing a credit trade.
Trv an order and compare qualitv and pi ice.
j. 4. & m. McMillan
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Manitoba Real Estate Co*
2339 Westminster Avenue Vancouver
Front St., Lot 11, D. L. 460, si/e 150x150 in'.
Price, J1750--C11SI1 ',„ bal. h and 12.
Lots 13, 14 and 15, block Jl, D. L. 469, ', .uns.
facing Keith Road. I'riee, fl,500—cash
balancc easy.
i'ith Btreet and St. Qeetga Street, 4th lot Eroeei 1 h.-
Ave, I). L. J49, sue 44x150 ieet, pi ice ffau
all cash.
Lots i lo i" uitltnlid, all 11 eared and high, vxi-,
leet, pine fffl  ,,ish |4}0| bal. h and ij 1110,
1 Uh and llmry Ave., lots 1 and 2, block 5, 1). I.
aii, si/e 1001147 |,<;lt price nn) |rt9* nth
fiVjo, bal. 6, |] and 18 monUis.
Lot 20, block 17, D. L. 55,1, si/e 50x1:0, price fj; St
cash fjoo, bal., n, 1: and 18 months.
Lot 27, block 551, si/c yui:o, from $450, cash 1-3,
bal., easy, lo lots.
Lot I, block B, 1). I. i,i, ,i/f 141x117 leel, cash '.,
balance lo   ait,
K. '., nl lots i|. i", 11 .111,1 11 m N. '*, of 14, D. 1.
621, each 66x13: eet, $850 Uic whole lol
1 a h ',, balaiiu
iu acres, % of 86 in 1). I. B6l, price I105 pet acre,
cadi 1-3, bal. h, i; nmi kj months.
Five Wt It. lols.   Good (or one week only.
8-t-8bo one acre.   Price $350, cash, |l|0, balance,
flu per month.
Lillooet Koad, section 58, 1). L. 865, one acre,
fejO, cash 1-3, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.
tb 18(15, ', acre, I3110 ; cash |I00, balance fio per
month.
Lots 7, S, u and lo, block \i, I). L. ion, si/e yj
1:0 leet, jirice $700 ; i.ish f.150, balancc, 6, 1:
and |( iiionths.
Lynn Vallev, lol 3, hlock I, I) L* 21187, si/c 33x110,
price f2io ; cash (go, balance fig quarterly.
Lynn Valley, lots 11 and 12, block 2, D. L. 2087,
si/.e 33x110 feet, price f.475 j cash f 125, balance
f5o quafterly.
Peter Road, 6-44-2087, si/.e 55x100 left, partly
ilearcd, price f.pKi; cash )'., balance/> and 12
months.
tf, ', ol 12 in I). L. 2088, five acres, price |j,IJO,
cash f 1,750, balance to arrange.
Lot 16-12-2088, % acre, price $475 i cash J-75 to
J200, balance f2o per month.
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