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Volume in
North Vaioouvm, B.C., .Une 3, ltflO
Number \'6
1st of July Celebration      Correspondence
Thi
ll e varum**, committees appointed 111 i outlet li ill with the
Ist of July eeleli;    i"ii .111    all
arorUag diligently for couaum-
A DEFINITE PLEBISCITE
Engineers'   Report  Not  Accepted
Editor Express
Sir,   ke grades  question,   I
  llu*'; t" "ller llie following solu*
illation   ol  niie   ol   Uie   largest  tion win relit  llu  wishes   ol the
'tlelir.iiii.ii-,   wiii,h  (Ua   titv voters be carried onl,  which
Council by  Majority Vote Decline to Accept  Report as  Instructions Uere Not Followed
has ever witasassd,    While  ii"
program ol ths several events
h.is heen sllliliiitteil lo llu*   geti
eral committee .is wl lhe mill
mittee themselves ate, aevei
tin-less, framing them ap al
this earlv data .nnl the ihiiihr
oils suggestions now being act-
e(l Bpoa will doubtless its..he
thellisel'es IntO "lie gland uli-
Ination.
The meeting of tha general
ciiiiimiitee held in the dtj hall
Wednesday evening was well al
tended,   His Worship llie   Mav
or occupied the chair
Representing ths several committees uin-: Pinnace, A.  Q
l'erry ; sports, Dr   t'.ilison ; in-
ilustrial parade. ('.. C   W.ib.er
printing sa '■ progrnnti. 0.   J
I'hilli- *• it-., ip 1 v. J   N
l'.r  '.v :     ■     'a.i i*'l
tardea,   h  i.'i     thi    v.u
memberi ol each eommittc ■
Mr.  Perry reported that  i
was tin- Intention oi thc finan
a'lllllllitlee   I" r.iise   then
ilaril    of collections   to   I
this year againit Si -..
j HI
f, w   Weston sad G I
ker, lhe   members "f the
trial parade committee, up 1
ed that excellent progress via
bdng in.ule along tin* inns -u,
geated,     Thev    believed   thi 1
they uiniii gel ap ■ parade •■
Boats eu . a mile long,     I! *
Inllie   U) lie l"ll"Vtnl had   ll'
heen   decided   llpull.  I.lll  "ll  a.
eoiini of tin im "i • 1111 ' 1 ii
tloats ||  vt.is thought  .nlvis.ihl
to do as little hill tlinil'ii
poaatbk   a conns though!   i
was ii, ,isseiiil.lt  ,1!  lie   ti in ■
ol First  sirtti  .md  Loaadal
Av, .   along   First   to    M.ili.*
Ave, up Uahon Ave. to Thii I
Street,   along   Third   slreel   ti
St. Patrick's, down st   Pat
rick's to First egaia and   wis
along First haek to l/mtm—t
Mr. Salislmrv volnnteered a
valuahle MggSelllaa whiih was
that the spurts cOBfflittei
should get in ti'iiimunie.itioii
with the B. C. A. A. and ob
tain their s,it!tti"n to the ,nn.i
teur sports in ,\,,rili Vancouver
on July isi, and la thii vv.it
athletes   from  .ill  tin*  B   C
mast dties vvaihl he pen
to   p.ullilp.ite     in     the     local
games
On the suggestion oi t'.    '
Phillippo, the printing snd pro
gram committee was authorized i" have printed circulars t<
he sent   t"  the  v.ili'.lls hrilis 111
1 tit  suit* wins . ol this vtt
.11  prcacnt  so gnaranti s),  let
all the .iiih 1 iiieii resign aad  a
ler tlii'insa lvts i.,r ii election on
iln issue "Straight  Grades vs
Bench   Grades      Remit,   not
imiih time  lost, .iiul
polk)
\"ins faithfully.
T. A  MARTIN
Editor Express *
Dear Sir, M.iv I, ,is a citizen
"i North Vancouver who '1 n 1
nni "wn property either on
Lonsdale or oo Third sunt,
ittggest 1l1.1t ilu- quichast and
moat   satiifactory solution ol
the present de id link would   be
_____________~__~
sarilv ititlui
By a vote oi lour to two  Al street tar lines  were effected
ilermeii lrtvin.    l".wl,r, Schult/ ,U1,| h, believed in view of these
ami   Smith against .uul Aldei ,,„,., {\u[ ,„ Uu. |R.st j,llm.s*s
in n McNeish  aiid McRae iur, ,,| -j,^ vaaaonvai Um rseaas
ihe motion "i tin- latter two to mindaiions ,,| these laalnssfi
adopt the toiniinssii.il ol engin shouhl |„. adopted in their  ,11
1 del.nitt nn' reports on grades in then ,jri.u     g, lnuvi.j l0 ,i,al  ,j.
entirety, w.is defeated snd the feet ,,nil .\ld. McKae seconded
question is no* m  practically the motion, at the same time
lhe same position as il was he- vUhing   lt   lo   he   understood
ion- ihe engineers wen iaviud that hc was not taking a stand
to report. either    (or    or   against   heneli
The adjourned meeting  Usi grade*, but principally that ths
evening in the dtj hall area one question might ba settled and
oi the mosi interesting alu' at'dty work rranmitared
tunes the most stormy   oi any Qa   request   ol   Aid. SchulU
session  sintf  lhe  present    body t|K.  k.Ul.r [ro|u  Mr    Rl.i(*    was
l°o* office, rt.a.| whieh advised as to his o-
It w.is   called ]uirpa,selv   lor pinion mi the tin's position as
f the'
iln council mot neces- the consideration
inu nt Mavor.   to reports on the question
tlir.c to street railway grades.     11
ll.e pointed out that in section 8 of
Street Numbering
Last Monday evening at the
city council meeting liylaw Ho,
ios was passed three readings
and which in ellect provides for
the street numbering of the city
consecutively from the Esplanade north to the tily limits.
When a plan of the tily passed in iHv).a. came into ellect the
ti'iisttutive nunihers onlv vvuit
as far as .'1st street and from
that point on sonic of tin
blocks were omitted in accordance with later subdivisions. It
was, as a consequence deemed
advisable to substitute the following Irom 2ist street north :
(1) The etreet heretofore
known as 2:111! street shall hereafter he known as 23rd street.
(2) The street heretofore
known as 2,ird street shall hereafter be known as 25th street.
(3) The street heretofore
known as 24th street shall hi re
after lie known as 27th street.
(4) The street heretofore
known as 25th street shall hereafter be known as 29th street
(5' There is established 11
tween the streets heretolori
known as list and 22nd stru 1
a street his (eel in width to bt
known as 22nd street.
Ihl There is established lie
tween the strei ts lien to! i'
known as 22nd and 2 inl stre li
a street M> Ieet in width to l»
known as 14th street.
171  There is established  l s
tween    the   Streets    hereli Ion
known as 2ird and 24II1 Street
a stnet fir, feet in width   to I,
kiinwii as 2hth street.
(8) There is established lx--
twet-n the streets hereti iort
known as 24th and 25th  streets
la   street lo he known as   2Sth
I slreel
THE UNIVERSITY SITE COMMISSION.
."ro:c lift U right nested) Canoi Dauth, Dr. Weldon, Chancellor Jones; n.tviil:Egi Prof, Skciton, Principal Marray.
resign and sppeal to the voters
limply ,Hid solely 1 11 tlie   issll,
■' *>un;; the reporl   "i   the  commission   ap
pointed t" .ultist
subject
lu si ivsttin "i ^r.iihs io 11 ,i*i
[opted in this, eity "ii ihe liik
lull portion south o[ Eighth
street, and w.is pursuant 1 ..
earlv
mat
iiiiiii "ti  tin* resolution passed in the
\miis iruh.
\\   I. BOULT.
the      SgrWMsnt     between     lhe
Vancouver Tower Co. and the
utv the loinuil had the right
I., alter Uu rails on the street
ear   Hack   for   the   purpose ol
POUCH COURT
\  n.iii hi the name "1 C
C1ll1vt.1v   w.ts   hi ,.ut on
pended      -inn-iiic     yesterdav
morning hi  Magi irate  Kaal),
Aniisa'l  w.is charged wnh   be
lag .1 vagrant     Tin  I liii I   sul.
iniiti'l  the Inlormatioa   thai
Mtt'.illivi.n had ol tained   gro
part a,1  \I.iv  t,a refer the  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ler to a to li.ssion if engin   linm-  permanent  grades am
nrs   consisting   of    Engineer Uml thc Company was reqair
Thompson of Seattle,  W.  A   ti l" coastruct their tracks tt
alternoon in con  stum, using  the money
Vancouver doing business in
North Vancouver, outlining the
proposals "i the local committee and   Iik.wise request a do
nation
0, 11 Moiden brought Up lli
question oi holding s leagui
baseball match at  Recreation
l'ark   in  n^^^^^^^^^~
hnsctioa    arith    the   lacrosw
match and  ihls matter Mas It
(erred i" Um sports committei
I., arrange ii p..ssii.it
Dr Gibson, th.iiim,in 1 I tin
sports   committer,    suggested
lli.it il Would he a I I   draw
inj;  vard  to  hold   SOtttS liors,
i.u in-; daring ths dav. th*
course to hs along Third street
with the proper protection I
the   public,     Tin*   mattei   will
ver- prohaldv materialize un
der tin- experienced manage
Hunt "1 Dr  Gtbaoa.
The next meeting ol lilt committee will he held in the   111
hall   mi   Wednesday   evening,
.Tune   Rth,   when   the    various
committees    will  present   sn| spawning season
"inline of iinir programs an
the estimate "f the appropria
lions required by each
ed t<	
Clements   ol   V.nu ouver,   and!conform wiUi these gradea, the
I'm Engineer Hams lo decide companj    to   bc  riven   nine
■j,   th. matter along lhe lims laid moaths  notice  in the event of
sns  down in thc commission ol engineers'   report   "I i*."7.   wli'-n
tin* question  was ■ live  is-u
and was thought tho to haw
hmi settled hv that report.
The meeting was well attend
ed l.v ratepayers who wen- .,'
this ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Aid. Irwin laid stress  on the
amount  ol improvements   thai
th
cedes at om "1 ilu* l"i.il stores trailed lruin the popularity
.•ii   credit and had taken   them the question ai issue.
i"  another  sion*  and reaoU    Hii Worship, ia opening
   thus milling,  stated  its nhjcils .111
realized lor the purchase ol as the It C, Bkctrfc Railwai
whiskv Tin magistrate gavi Compam had been asked t.
him siiiiuiiiit viariini   10 keep send ■ representative the  Ma
Ulovili'   "I    hi    WOUld  have   to  tor   .is'm*iI    thai    he    In    Iiim:
submit  tin   Miisfacton   evi   Irom
dence ihai In* w..s 1 bona Ue    Hi   Uoflat, conanlUnf •
toiler,    elst    si litem e wollld    bt   eel   - I  llu- t'olnpallv,   vt as   pr.-
pronounced
NEW  FISH HATCHERIES
ent   and   saul ihat he   had   SO
particulatr itatemeni to Make
He stated th.it the Company
were nol so much Interested in
the system of gradaa which tin
Three new lish hattluries   art  dty   might   adopt   as bag   SS
about to be installed oa   Van   thev did not increase the grade __,__.
couver island  by  the  federal It was a matter of public safe  "ta submitted along with Bn
government    It ia expected to tv   in   which   the   Companyjgtaeer   fhompaon's report Old|   Aid.   Irwin   stated
were watting (or the settlement
■ a gradea, also sewerage was a
pressing necessity which was
being held in abeyance lor tin
■BUN reason and it was his di
lilt t" have lhe mailer dispos
nl  "I  as soon  as possible,    bill
in* wanted it lo ba final, Tin
engineers' r»j><>rts whuh thev
were 1 onsidering were not,  he
t.'llli ndeil,   rival   ill attoidall"
wilh    the   insiriutions   iiiulu
whiih  lint   wen* asked,  nalllelv
the adherence to Uu report 01
I907. It was the basis of set
ileineiit upon whieh ihe majority ol the council had decided
upon and iu only two "1 the reports was this referred to and
in Engineer Thompson's reporl
it had been almost iiitmlv Ig-
aored,   He said that the amda-
C'AI.I. POR RESIGNATION
ni'' ALDERMEN
A 11. tition is being 1 mil m
tod.iv    anion-;    the   r.ttep ve
tailing     for     the     ininndi.i.
resignation ol the entire loard
"I ahli'iiiiin mi account ol thtir
r,(us,il l" .itttpl  the en^in.-iis
report on grades afltr pledgllV
ihemselves to atei-pt it.   Knot
of ratepayssa were engaged  s
everv   street   turner   distiissin
the popular subjeet  of grades
this  morning   and tin  gasticu-
lating manifested evidenced thc
hiirinii^   nature   of the   grades
question.
l'rof K. B. Macnaghten, for-
merlv assistant prolessor at
McGill University, Montreal,
who has been lecturing during
the past year at the McGill
university college of British
Columbia, has now been appointed to the professorship oi
Creek in that institution. Pro
lessor Macnaghten was a schol
ar nl Kton College and exhib
itionef and scholar of King's
college, Cambridge, graduating
in the lirst elaaa >>l the classical
tripos Amongst those who
graduated in the same class
was Mr Uwen Seaman, now
editor of Punch, whose 'In
Memoriam' posn to His Majcs
lv, King Edward the Seventh is
reproduced in another lolumn
University Commission
Tin    provincial  govantnant
university commission consisting oi six members, are the Bifida] guests "f the city tod.r*
and are being shown around b
representatives Irom lhe citv
aiid district councils, the board
of trade and other Dtblic IkkI-
ies Tin visitors will arrive on
ihis sub o| tin- Inlet at about
2 o'clock, They will bs taken a
hoard Capt. Kickham s launch
and   will protect! up lhe lnhl
along the north shore lo some
point past Roche's Point. Alter
making an Inspection ol Uml
section ol the distriit the part)
will return to Seymour Creek
road aiid will be nut with automobiles when a straight run
to Hollyburn wharf, West Cu|
ll.ui" will be made A sliort
tune will be spent oa the west
side oi the Capilano alter which
the party will go to Canyon
View holel reaching thtre a-
hont 4.30 o'clock. It is expected that the lengthy incliiori.il
w iiii Ii the Nortli Shore publii
bodies have prepared will ha
read and presented I" th. nun
missn*nirs there. Alter a lun
.lieoii tha parly vtill most p.o
hahlv return to North \ ..aeo.
ver.
GENEROUS GIFTS
The N.'iili Vancouver Ath-
letit Association is ia laceipt
ut iw a hand some d s itioaa in
the aatare ol twu )jo chaqm .
fruin Capt. Tom. Kiihliam an I
B Uahon for the luitlnrance ol
ilu- elull's luititsts and t" ma
tenallt  assist 111 the illsp' sition
ol a portion ol the indebtedness
which still rtinaiiis on .mount
"i  the  piiuliasi of the Kecrea-
tioll l'ark lease
It is gratifying to know thai
the club's obligations in this
loiiiieition arc only Jii«i and
that   amount  is considered  a
verv sli,all item lo dispose of m
comparison to the valuable asset whkh the ilub has in the
recreation giouada.
COUNCIL INSPECTS l'AKKS
gradea on all <>tlur stteets. He
wauled to know if any member  could  gather I rom tbe  re
ports a definite plan 11  grade
throughout,  Aid. Sihult/   said
the inference would be that tlu
streets between blocks would
be on the same percentage ol
grade to  that rtiomn.ended al
-ithe intersections
Lave the buildinfs and' plant It was most concerned and in thii »"'  s,,(lW that the safety   on ,),,*• *- was proposed to do
readiness  for the  reception of connection the lesser the gradi steep inclines would not bsds- vatm m(\vr ■
iirtlur
I fish  in  tiim   for
thc
Twi
coming
the   less   chance   oi    accident, creased by   a lessening   of   the ,lM,|
local improvement,
in   the  case of   benching
f  tlu,With  regard to increasing   the grades.     He  said  the statutes i,(1„sflale  Ave.   if thc resident
l't'lll.IC  MEETING
hatcheries art   [or commercial grade on Lonsdah* Ave
varieties while the third   is (or
sporting hsh
The present   iederal  govern
1 ment during its tenure oi "Hue
has shown gnat at liv itv  111 tin
development   of   the lishing   ol
 On-  111
timated that should the coun
.il decide i" Increase the prei
ent percentage of grade there
Ins Coinpanv would seriously
consider the adviaaWlity ol
continuing operating  on   that
I'l.i.ad ii" restrictions on eoon-|there objected  to the new m
cils in changing grades and   If j tetil    thev could   restrain    the
Mavor May and numbers ol
lln- uly inuncil went as a commillee of the whole Wednesday
morning to inspeet the property in I). I,. s|7, approximately
jl aires, ollered to the eity b.
the Norlh Vaniouver Land Co.
at the rale of JK00 an acre ior
public purposes. The party
wa.s in iliarge of Coun. Bridge-
man who represented the Land
Company and showed the ofh-
11 .ils over the ground.
The properly, whiih bas not
lit ill subdivided, is bounded on
the south by 15th street, Forbes Ave. and ihth street j on
the east by Jones Ave. ; on the
north by iwtli street and on }hc
wesl bv a poilion ol the ravine
I and Delbrook Ave.
The location and lay of the
land is said to Ir- ideal for either park, school, hospital or
other publu purp..ses. A great
ideal of it is practically level
with a gentle southern and
[wsatan dope A ravins whkh
would be a most valuable and
pieturcsque adjunct 10 a park
area runs along ibe western
side and is so constituted as to
be easy ol access to the waters
in the stream which Hows at
the bottom.
The aldermen were highly
phased willi the land and the
location and expressed them
lives as being very iavorably
impressed with the priu quoted
lo thc city.
Thc school board are looking
to thc htUn lor sihool silts
in the west end of lhc city and
the acquisition of this nruput]
by the city would fit in to a
nicety with thc board's plans
The matter will probably
.'an,, up for 11 nal disposition at
next Monday's fiincil meeting.
His Worship Mavor Mav, in re   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
spouse I,, ■ petition containin   tin* Dominion and iti ths aiding street
signature-, of the industry, Aid. McNeish was th
At the  time the government speaker    lit  said from a
about one hundred
has 1,ilh il 1 publii nutting n
the rat epavets to be held eii In
in Larson's Pavilion or on lh
grounds al the (rout ..f tl
til this ,t,nm al I o'docl
The subject will be grades
the.presenl council should un
anilnouslv adopt a u-rtain sis
tein the next council WOUU
have ilu- power lo rcsirnd and
adopt new measures. H	
Hi- suggested, therefore, tkat gradaa for all   streets   except
•   this question of grades be   Wl  those on whieh street tars   ran
per- to a plebiscite of the people and and   "n  these   he had   alwavs
been anc
straight
council doing any Improvements or changing lhe grades
11 sa. per cent, of the ratepayers
petitioned tO this eflect. Hi-
said  that  hc  icceeded   bench
TBI.ICATION OMITTKD
look office there were but threeIu'sal  of the engineers'  reports that alternate proportions  h been aad wu now in favor of
hatcheries in British Columbia that thej most have  considei   lubmitted,  one  for  tbe sdop trustee.    If  hft   to  a
snd now ilm'   '' " ht   -ilus ,,| iiu* transportation  phai   -i Uou "I the latest  engineers n plebiscite ol  the people I will
it,* ol iiii three soon to hi  in tin   question,    Thev had given port and the other for strsighi sccepl   their  decision  without
operation grades   ol   other  cities    where grades  on tar lines and  bach hesitation," he remarked.
in a communicatioa    which
tin- Express regrets w..s nuiv
1 'I too late for publication Mrs,
C   I   Hall explains the  M.
Dav     situation    ..nil    niggi
th.it    ll    Ih   helil  .*ti   Nitlli*
iur.   iith    Sli. thai
iill tlu girls inti • 1   ii
the Methodist church on  Hoi
dav  alternoon alter ichool, THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Aa.m..m.t:ji...m...m..i....i....n*...i.
" JUNE THE MONTH
OF BRIDES
more, lhe fragrant nionth °*
i isa *., iii,* month ol bridei
It ii In i" "in■'
June, the mouth
The demand for wedding presenti ind bridil
jewcllei   .till In* uniiiii ill) heivt tins monih, bm.
having made ninple pri psrstion lo i t this hesvi
di mind we ire iati in 'I thn none will be diup
pointed in not finding t-ver) md inj deiire in the
line "l bridal irifti in oui lirge ind superior ito l>
3j l;aai mil,       ifi     ii 11* li     .iris, we -
% lhi i...1. in....    Hi a..,. i. ii Id .. * * .imi ro *
_\\ Lorgenettc Clu i ipi mil plain deiigm;
2 Pi ul and  I urquoiie s, t   r* ■ 1.11 ,'     i   I   I'.i..
■ Gem-nei Necklicei, Locketi, Bsi I'ins, Wsist Sets,
_\\ ami Nn It Chains.
^5 No better values can be found inAmerici; no
-5        bettei lervice rendered,
-ia
\ HENRY BIRKS 6k SONS, LTD.
Z5J ' ii ial ,unl Silvi i mill's,
J     '  ''■■ '{>"'">'• Cor. 1 tastings A; Granville
jt Msmgini 1'ira'i-lur °
;»
^imiiii.iM.iM^mmn.-niiMimiHini
♦< I III HI III 1»I*H 11M1 IIHIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIH
a _ ii      ll
| Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods J p,
Ge.it's Furnishing and Fancy Stove.
Cor.2nd snd I.ani-.lnl.- Aw.       lntsMI-ilied I9M        Telephone(3
This is to jive notice that the above
establishment has been disposed of
to Mr. Arthur Curry, a thoroughly
up-to-date dry goods man, in whose
hands the business Mrs. Shaw and I
have built up can be safely left to
continued  success and   extension.
SONGHEES RESERVE
Tin- Songhees Indian Reserve
question is agitating the civic
authorities oi Victoria to no
small   degree   ol lute   and   the
campaign now entered upon will
undoubtedly result in some
tangible conclusion being arrived at,
The reserve is situated in
Victoria in ,i somewhat similar
manner to the mission in Nortli
Vancouver, The Victoria authorities have been wrestling
willi llu- problem tor vears aiul
until recently without apparent
s!H less.
The idMtne now entered upon
is to subdivide the reserve ih
into lown lots and hold a government sale, JO per cant. H the
proceeds to bc given to thc In
diaiis and the other 50 per cent
tu be retained as a trust fund
[or   iheir   hairs  and successor,
Senator Riley is acting tor
the Dominion gov eminent in
lln  presenl proposals.
Two important statements in
regard lo ihe position ol matters by prominent men gives an
idea ami to I certain extent a
kev. to the silualion. Thev are:
"In my opinion lhe oiler jusi
111.nh* lo lln- Songhees tribe ol
Indians,  tor ilu- abandonment
of their reserve right in the
heart of the city, by Senator
Riley, oa behalf of ilu- Dotn-
r  inioii government is an eminent
'iir    and    equitable   one.
lllll the oiler be refused   the
11 IllmlU  vvuld be   perfectly
justified in resorting to drastii
J meaaurea to secure the opening
f iln- reserve for development
I purposes "—A.   \V. Vowell,   e\
., superintendent Indian allairs
ind Indian Commissioner (or
li liriiish Columbia
Ves, il is obvious  that  thill grou ih ami expansion of Vic
a ■ toria arc being retarded hv thill reserve being maintained in the
heart ol the 1 ilv in aa aadevel
oped state It is equally obvious ihat the 1\ I N. Rallws
•■ Company is handicapped in its
|| eilorts to provide adequate ter
a a  minnl   lacilities   lo   handle   the
II rapidly   iniTe.isin-i  business"
9 tt     Marpole,   general executive
insistent nl iln- C.P.E,
We have a good list in 265.   A House and Lot on
17th for $2000.    Good Buys in 273 and 274.
A Good Lot on 4th Street for $3100.
BIS5ELL, BROWN & SNYDER
64 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
MAIN  OFFICE:—264 Hastings St. E., near Empress Theatre
PUBLIC
NOTICE
Car Line
Developments
North
Vancouver
THE GEM THEATRE
FIRST street West
THK F1NEST0F MOV1XQ P1CTURKS
Entire Change of Programme Monday, Wednesday
and Friday
Wa CBter to ladies and children, and assure our patrons
that nothing offensive or objectionable will be shown.
Performances at 7.30 and 8.45 p.m.
Saturday    Matinee   at    .1.30    p.m.
Vdinivsion  10c
Children Sc
PALACE
HOTEL
Raiis :
up
! ■ l&rgc $2.00  per   ami
11 .1  . 1    1   ■ j Special rales to (am
all that land situate in
AT Till-; HOTl-.'I.S
jl\ North Vaaeon*^-
tlllllllllllllllllllll HUM HIUIIII HUH I    "■ I'  satk, Vancouver
ALEXANDER SMITH 6 CO.
NOKIII   V4NC01VIB
LONSDALE AVENI RSPI WADE
I'lKM STREEI BOULEV\KD
AND D. l
We have esclusivi saleol the best properties in the
atliov*     *        ;.| inquire.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
11  I.ousdale Avenm-
Phones—Offlee 14     Hem 29      P.O. Bn 60
LYNN VALLEY
Tin- ear- nre nur running |>nsl our new subdivision,
lix-.iteil aoroas tha >tr<-i-i iron tha Lynn Valley -tore
lot- -nil tailing nt tin- original prior
We have alio i remarkable Ana -nli-
iliv i-i'Hi, fnt-i11jj nn tha extension uf tha
GRAND BOULEVARD
wliieli hi- an- offtring now at  nti-nii-
ible |>r11-•-
CAMPBELL & EVENSON
9 Lonsdale Avenue. Phone 155.
Fresh and
Salt Fish
"S**jj!fl
P. BURNS & CO. has installed a Fish
department, seperate from their Meat department, and are prepared to fill all orders
for Fresh and Salt Fish promptly.
Phone 11
LONSDALE AVE. near FIRST ST.
T. w. Btrangs        "
.1. HcOeer nnd family
Mra. lv Howell       "
R   kobmsoii
11    A     lel-llsoll,
.1. Doherty "
1'   Welsll '
II. J. I.lersili
Mi  .unl Mrs .1. S. Rogers
Mi   .■ iiti Mis   I.   1'   Spear
I. J. Sheplienl
W. A   Milartliv
Mr.   ami  Mm. P.   Huik
Mr.   .uul   Mrs.   M.   Freeman
Letlibrul^i
s UcCnariaa, Truro, N s
I, Carter, Truro, N. S.
!   C. L. Walker, Winfham
t, .1. Moorat, Maple   Creek
Baah
A   Iv  lewill, Winnipeg
Mr   ami Mis. .1. KogattB, V.in
I cower
0. T   Hrown
A   11   I'oll.i.il
in I  m Walkcs "
Mi   ami Mrs   J   Huek
A   Itarbu
I    I   I.eppltl
.1  (I Thomas
T     I.VOIIS
Miss M   Skiiimi
Pnl Cottar, Baltinon
0  iioiiintit
A   K. i.l
Mi    ami   Mi-    I    |,    llurkf,
Spokallt
Wiii  Lambert, HpokaM
Pake* Hotel
M. I'enliiml, Vaniouver
C. R  Stallev
T. Doyle,
\li   .nul Mrs   I-'.   Ittlyea
K   I)   Milkman
Mr. and Mrs   I   g, Stevens
A. .laikinin
A   Cool
\l   Morris
|   Mr. and Mi     B   Niei.ln.li
Mis  W  T  HoiiKtn
Mrs  .1   K. Cowan
Mi   and Mrs  f, Bchnendi r
C   II   Kntiinur. Tumsl.nl
I,   It   Haliilottli. Spa.kam
c. Clarke. Coldstream
T   It  Smith, Sea nl,
Mr and Sirs ,1. I, Barb,
Spokatn
A   Ceprn-I, Seat tb
Mr. and Mr* M 1-ritin.in,
Ltthbrldge
Mr and Mrs Hrown. New-
West inn
TAKE NOTICE that
majority ol ........ ....u ».,u..c ...jilies ^ (o ^^
District Lot 552, bounded byi******	
Bewick, Twenty-second Avenues and South to Kobson
Road
Will Be Offered
For Sale Very
Shortly
For lurther information apply to
Real Estate Department,
REDA& ANLRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Sn OND StSSST,
NOKTH   VANCOUVKII. U. C.
I
Successors to
WINCH BUILDING.
E. PALMER
SI0NI AND BRK it
COM K4Clt.it
IIU-I i IA- klllKI M I-
Phone 170 P.O. Box lft
North Vancoaver
Woodijard
We supply SI0VLW00D any
length reijuin-d $2.75a per load-
Prompt delivery.
Phone 190 P.O, Box 136
A Modern Range at a Modest Price
THE "CHANCELLOR"
li is made oa tin- mosi ap-to*
date pl.ins witli special feature points, one ol which is
DIVIDED KLUE STRIP
whuh makes linking a teal
pleasure.
'ihisii aiiure prevents tlie
possibility ol the hack of
the on ii liiini; hotter
than nearer the door,
tvhieli  is  (he case with
inn-a raafsa,
Let us show you this little
wrinkle. It don't cost you
any more in cash, but is
tvnrth nuuli in result*
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
Phone 58. 133 Lonsdale Avenue
LYNN   VALLEY
Lot 18, Hlock 2, D. L. ao88, I'riee $1751 Terms $75 cash,
halance $1J quarterly.    -
Lot 2(1, Hlock 14, U. L. ioi), Price #375. J50 cash, balance
Sia' per month.
Lots s and ij, Block IS, DL: 204.   Price $700; terms $375
cash, balance 6 and tt months.
(ITY
l."t 4, Mad it'7. 1>L   274.     Price »5,ooo;   $2,000 cash,
I1.1U1111 ti. u and iS months.
~M4Y e. burns"
lu',,. BstStS and Financial Agents
■HHHHfHHHHHtHtWHHHfr
IIIIIIHIIlllll
Capilano Gardens
NORTH   VANCOUVER
:: Situated at the terminus of the Capilano Extension of the British :
Columbia Electric Ry.; being subdivision of portion of
District Lots 601 and 607 into 50ft. lots
Mr    Leonard   Snle has   lom-
|,|, i.il   the  niTlii.n   ol .i    nni'
*   "ii   hii   lot   on    Jnth*,.
street  wet ol Lonsdoli   Av
For Plans, Price Lists and Particulars, apply
Mahon, McFarland & Procter, Ltd., ('or* Pwdti ud Seymour sts !
or BONTHRONI LENN4RD A COMPANY, Winoh Bldf., Viaeoam
i .^.^H^a^H^^a^-H-H-H-!^^ THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
VACATION WEAR
tj No matter what the occasion we are ready to meet
every need. Let a visit to this store precede your
trip and the clothes question will be settled satisfactorily and inexpensively.
^ Just now our ready-to-wear sections ate fully replete with every kind of fashionable apparel—inner
and outer garments of the most recent designs.
fl If you can spare just a (ew moments of your time
today, you could not spend them more pleasantly and
profitably than looking through our stocks.
fl Visit us.
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
575 Granville Street. Phone 3541
NORTH
LONSDALK   RATK-
PAYERS
We Have Call*
every ilny fur property in the improved portions of
Nortli Y.iiii-'iiiver. We are spending our tinie, energy
and inoiii'v, to make it profitable' for you to do your
biisiii-.-.s with us. (.ive us your proporty for sale nt
the righl prices and va will give you results.
Pierce & llall
II Nfoiiil Siret't But
1'lniiii- 111).
N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1910
JULY
1st—Flower, Fruit -jnd Vegetable Show     Fian-
, ml Dame at night.
Prices for rent ol Hall i   Dances, $10; concerts
and socials, f 12.
n. snow, .ven ut i|.
Or to C. P.JACKSON, ijthStteet.
15th Street
150x167 feet on 15th Street, corner on lane,
one block east of Boulevard, subdivided into 5
lots, two cleared. $2350. $800 cash.
Balance very easy.
Also many good buys in the Business Section
r. McMillan & co.
Kelt BstatS, Marina   tin and Lilt   Insurance
54 Lonsdale Ave Phont 197 PO. Box 155
Look Here!
We baas jaal rasisad a laige
ind CHOICE SKLKCTIoNol
Carpet
Squares
in WILTONS, BRUSSELS
imi rAPBSTRIU,
1 In puces arc exceedingly low.
Lace Curtains
in Swiss ninl  NottiOfbaffl, lion1
75c to ft'.no par pm
I'DIMIKKI-S  AND  COUCH
COVERS   I x>. Dent Values
SEE OUR
DRESSERS
AND BRASS
BEDSTEADS
RATTAN and
SEA GRASS
CHAIRS.
t V
BS
12A I onsdalr Ave.
A uieeting of the Nortii Lonsdale Ratepayers' Association
was held on Wednesday evening
in Jack Loutet's ollice, comer
ol Nye street and Lonsdale
Avenue. There was a large attendance, and the last comer,
Mr. Sargent, had to take a seat
on the door step. The report
of the provisional committee
was received and the constitution and bylaws prepared liv
them were willl minor changes,
adopted.
OmCS hearers were elected lis
follows : President, Thomas S.
Nve ; vice-president, Capt. 1-'.
0, Ferris ; sei retarv-treasurer,
Jack Loutet ;> exeiiilive, the
above three ex-ollicio, sloBf
with Messrs. It. .1. Cornish, Iv
Ad,mison, 0. Lift on and T. A.
Hone.
A delegation consisting of jo
it those present at lhe uieeting
was appointed to interview the
council and hring hefnre them
matters of vital interest to this
dislriel.
Among the matters  discussed
were tramline, lighting (street
anil house) and sidewalks. Ii
was also decided to ask whal
had become ol the (3,000 expropriated last year for a road
from Nortli Lonsdale to Capilano.
The desirability oi having the
municipal ball in a more central location than llie proposed
Lvnn Vallev sile was also discussed. It was the unanimous
feeling of the meeting that
Nortli Lonsdale should be as
soon as possible included ill one
ward instead of two as at pre
sent Great enthusiasm was
shown throughout and as ,1 it-
suit of this uieeting North Lonsdale is likely to progress ra-
pidlv in the future.
After llie DMCtiaf it was de-
tided to have a "bee" on Sai-
urdav lirsl to raise llie new residence of Mr. Christie which
was blown from its temporary
["iinilatioits on Wednesday and
badly damaged. The attentive,
along willl several of the numbers who are carpenters will tn
deavof lo have the house in its
old position by Saturdav ni-;lit.
North VaNcoUVer
HOSPITAL
COSDDCTID BY
77/A' MISSES DAWSON
Cwtllcatsd Sortie*!, Medical and
Miiternity Nuraei
Nurses Sent Out on Appflc-tlon
Kor terms apply at  the Hoipital
Cor, llth Street4 Pt. Andrew's Ave
PHONE   69
ARE YOL GOING TO BUILD ?
Come to us for the money and repay it
to suit yourself
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVE A LAKGEL1ST OF CHOICE LOTS FOR SALE
JOHN  ALEXANDER &, CO.
REAL  ESTATE  BROKERS
121 Lonsdale Avenue
iDYI.K   WYI.D"   CASE
JOURNED
AD-
Reeve   Mi Naught  and  l-'.ngin-
ssr Cameron ol the district of
North Vaiuuuver returned from
Victoria on Wednesday, where
tint wen* in attendance at tbe
hearing   of   the  appeal   of  the
proprietor of the "Idyle Wyld"
mbdivisioa to have the plan
their nbdiviaioa which was rejected   bv  the district   council,
passed
The case came up before the
exeiiilive Committee oil Toes
day, ('■. II. Cowan represented
the appellants and the reeve it*
presented the diatrict in objecting to its paasaga,
After   heariaf   both parties
tin- court adjourned the kaariof
for two weeks in onler that the
opposing [actions might arrive
it an .tinii.ih.e settlement  bv
that time.
2   Large   ?
 stores L
439-4^1 HASTINGS ST
VANCOUVER
1104 GOVERNMENT ST.
VICTORIA
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Board ol
Trade meets the third Tuesday
of each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday of each month. W. J.
Invin, president; J. G. Farmer,
secretary.
A. FARRO
General Contractor
band Cli'itrinn, Stump ami Hock
Illii.t mi. Extra tare n, ar holilbl.
All damage* made good.
KM PI. CIV MENT     ADSNCT
sml Hi.   1V..I <>r I a,,,..,.If
UTLLOH'.N OFFICE
Dr. .1. II. Gibson, son of Mr.
Alex Gibson ol Lonsdale Ave .
and lala "I Cordova, Al.isk.i.
arrived in the titv a lew d,iv I
a^'o liuin the Bouth, Dr* Gibson   spenl   "Vel   .1   vear ill   tilt
ii'.nli 111 charge oi ■ verv large
railroad camp aad his held ol
dulv    ii.n spit.id   over 11   Ion-;
stretch a.i territory.    liis trip
south   was   in   the   n.iUitc "f ,1
vacation, bm since arrivinj
bach to ins hows town in- hss
decided to locate bars peonaa
eiillv while he will open up 111
office al an early date in the
pursuance of his profession in
viiiiin.uv science, The do
tor had phenomenal SBCCfSI
with his large charge in the
aoith and his experience thus
gained and his intimate knowledge ol the latest develop
meills in the art will be of COB
sideiable advantage lo him in
his new sphere and his location
on   the   North   Shore   vvill   be
Invaluable  to  the many  pat
nnis on this side of ihe Inlet
Mr. A. B, Stevenson   has   let
the contract tor the conatrw
tion   of  1   large boilding  lor
business purposes on lot   four,
block . is, I). I.  545,  Lonsdah
Ave,, opposite the II'Ttlillltui
al llall The pOWld BoOT will
be divided into nto spaiimis
stores and lln hist BOOT i"1"
iiiikIi 111 suiti s lor llllll housekeeping.
Cbeab
Lumber
out* and Iwo inch culls
$8.00 |>er
1000 ft.
in our yard.
SEYMOIR LIMBER
CO., LTD.
Pko.t te
17th Street, North Vancouver
Modern methods ol construction combining
Artistic decorative features with low cost
Result in homelike cozy residences
That make the standard of quality
In the houses that we build.
Nothing is omitted.   Our plans
Qhow everything necessary Ior the completion
Qf the store, residence, etc., thai we build.
None of the objectionable extras, and
THE
people for whom we have built in North Vancouver show iheir appreciation by advising the intending home
BUILDER
to come and see us. Don't accept the statement of
another that they can give vou the same results, ii
you want the best consult
MATT. ft. MARTINSON
CONTRACTOR
Home Block, Lonidale Ave.      Phone 173      P. 0. Box 72
PIONEER BAKERY
WMkIR & HIMIR, Proprietors
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
Try our XXX Hrown Bnad. Daily delivery lo all parts ol city
Phone H and 54
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & Ath St.
SEE US FOR
Good
Buys
in all
Parts
of City
D. L 265. 273, 274
and   North Lonsdale.
Lonsdale
Brokerage Co.
W. Tremnyne
18 Lonsdale Ave
Phone 186
Nortii Vancouver,    B. C
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•>♦«♦♦♦<->: 9999H<«X/-XX*<>-M*-X*.X/+->-M-fr***>»
TBE    LOUSDALE    r It ARM AC)
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   /'RICES    ...
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US A   TRIAL   ON   YOUR
NEXT ORDER. I'llONE it)
P. S.  THOMAS. Hn fi     I
DRI'l.tilSl     J
"Judge roa YouR-ri.i
North Lonsdale
I- tin* bast residential proparty in
^^^^^^^B North Vancouvor
Three Qood  Buys
MOl LSI, Corner on Nyt    	
1 1-5 acres near Loiisdiih- 1500
N x 108 on St. QaorgaM ''-'•'
JACK LOUTET
III I.ONKIIAI.K AVK., TM,. 47 001. ttt, TKL H
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC. ETC
HURRARD SASH & IM)0K FACTORY, foot of St. George
We ..,|ini i trial i,nl on fatat Ontortsmall or Issjs THE EX PRI
mt,
XORTH VANCOUVER. B. C
Till'   EXPRESS
Ni , n \ .-.   ii'ves. B  C
Rant "i -i mi niiii"*:
Oquj-a   * 11.00
su ntln - •       •      ,00
Tlir.-.- tin •                     '-'■''
inont} originally invested,
l.i strong contrast with re«
suits iuch us these, stands tlu
nitict-nt record ol tin- co op
erative movement in Scotland,
In  that  minim   co-operation
United M*t«i amiFonign,01.00p*r*-«sr _u \g_zt rum and 1ms extend'
id in all ilin.i-U.ns.   ths nuiu-
bei ..I aocieties i-, large .mil is
i; \[)A-
AUVKKllSlXi
THA.S>IKSI    lllM'l.ll     Ai MMI'M —
r-ori-nin i''-r ma i, ,*.',*:, in-'*rii*'ii. steadily    increaiiug.     Ine   a-
Lemi KOTICH, Clc,   f I .'K. p.-r nu i, |- r mount   ,,|    .. .ipit.ll   -.'.iill   up   Is
. '"'" ' . .... a ,   ,-, verv large and the financial n-
i.isi. am* ,i ii'.i»Noticu   ■" iuyi, ta, ■*-
so dtj-i, 97.au turns are ol a verj  gratifying
'■WAI * ai*. character,  The eleventh animal
,*,,iii> aa.*r   :,* . * m-li iilbai ■ iua-ut in* *
i .-„.p,.|, convention ol these co-opera-
...<■..,- i I." i   s iwi Coi tive societies was recently Ik-IiI
■ ,i Kilmarnock and wu attend
ul
(    .M I...a  |       | -        li.lt.—     U
r»ng«l * Hi -1" -r*'"''■«ki-n.
Allcbanic iln contract -*tlv*-rUmmMili
must  bu in I llli I'ii"" r I"
We.lll* 111*) .','*lall.;l**a*aa-aili* ,*1|   ilil   alU'li
II tll,' 111*11   IM.UI
lie
I'lll-. CO-OPERATIVE  i'l.AN
Tint wliUli is coinmonh
kiiuwii ,is "cooperation" as applied to thc conduct "t merean
tiU- enterprises, embodies s
scheme whuh presents tery
Busy sttractive leaturea, theo-
ti-ti-.aH> considered. Tiun an
likewise, conspicuous instances
in which these theories hnve
been carried out lo unqualified
ncceas, At ths tame nine tli
inatancea In which thc Khem<
lias been tried and Ins resulted
in only partial success or m decided   Llllllll   .HA   SO   IHIIIH li'll-.
as i" lend tn the conclusion
that thc plan is one \,huh re-
quins peculiarly favorable ;on
ilni'itis in order to give sn)
tangible aasnruce "f <
alili* stucct vs
in British Columbia expert
ments along this lias hnve not
resulted thus hr in eucouiaging results. There an Lnstan
ks in whnh the departarc hai
succeeded in holding us gtuond
and hu bees abb to survive,
but ihi1 movement Ins aowhi n
sin'Wn any leiideiuy to i \un.
and to .issiiiiir tin* commanding
proportions It has sttained
in other countries, tin thi "tn
ii h,nul there havi been local
Instances in which conditions
wiii supposed ti. be particular
1. Eavorable to succcai. bnt In
whuh failure has been the remit, notwithstanding faithful
aui! persistent efforts to main
tais *hi institution. The latest
example ol sa onlortnnatc end
fag a,i siuh a venture is lound
in tin winding np "i lhe affairs
oi tin in operativi .> * oeiation
in Chilliwack. Thia concern
has been Is business li r .> per-
iuil ui years and had drawn to
i t silt    constdernbh    attention
il|iuti liu   |',iil    !  ih  *.i   who ari
interested   in   inch   pri
The conditions wen thought i
lie   un    laviit.ila],   .ili'I  the   III
stitutiiiii hail ths reputation ol
Inin*.* ii|i"ii a proap ti.iis
At  *i  recent   meetini   nl   tin
shareholders,   li"«>\, r    i tUi i
im Uu purpos-, 'la* m* •
in.,n.i; ■ in* in   showed  that
by st»< delegates, The re
ports submitted uiu* aa excel
Km Insight intu lhe propoi
lions and lha surra— of thc co
operative   movement   in   lhat
Country.      There    ale   904t   \t
Scotland sunn* 195 co operativi
societies hav ine, a membership
ni 105,129, The intal trade ol
Ihese societies last year was
-11;,.,,«,,1,1.1, which, bow-
e-ii. was Iowa lhan lhat "i
i'i'is by $2,000,000, Tins il«
ilus, in trade was attributed
in the prevalent business depression    The invented capita,
staiiuls .it about $06,000, aad
the t"t.tl profits daring ths
yeai reached nearly fi6,ooo,oou.
Out "i these profits bonuses
were paid t" workers, grasits
were made lo educational aad
charitable purposes, nnd ova
Si 1, ,OO0 was allotted as div
i.l.mis in laaabera.    livide itlj
the liielilliers arc satisfied  wit
small profits, as those amount
nl to .1 little over 50 pel 1 at.
ui"iii tlmi capital.   CaUul led
111 allot her way 11 would   nuan
,1 ihs,,,11111 u|.nti tlu purchases
ol the members of oval 12 per
nnt The societies have rescrvi
niiiil.s lotiillin-; about |6tOOO,ooo
and tlnir assets in land, build
ings .ni'i machinery are eatim-
,iiul at Si The total
investmenu are placed at otei
The wages Mil a
■lie lor last  vear 1 eai llul Wal
.  *
lu whatimi *i\ it in,i\ be
sought lo explain this dis* rep
am\ in result    whether on tin
SCO)     ,a|   difil   'll.e   oj ieiii| ll.l
ment in the people, density ol
population, . 1: a ii in y oi man
agctnent, 01 * ihet caaeee, it 1*
certain that in Scotland, co-op
, ration is .111 unqualified SBca ■
atul impartially considered, thi
principles involved must bs rs
Ill/eil  .is  a.I  the  ni"st    1 "111
mendable nature, irteapectivs of
Double Corner 4th and St. George r*< notwit-winitmi
Price sT.."'i111    ["i-mii: 1-3 cash, bat, 6 tod 12 otoliths.
Third  Street
Lol 9, Block 137,  D.L 274.    Price $21011.    Terms:
l-ll cubii, luilaiice 6 nnd 12 niontlip.
Thnt prices irt fit Mow the market ,,,,./ only for a vtn rhort time
ELDER MURRAY CO.
Paintt   Cotir
Earth
..; Nurlli ViStwlTt! Plum*-* all*'.' Vnn, ,*uv,*i
mlu*!' ll<a ui- ' ai iii i" '''.30 pin.   Open KviMiinn- In- appointment
Alter ufl'iiv Imurs. phone Llli
0, R. Nicholson has in course
oi construction a residence
which he snd his family will oe
,u|i\   on  completion  on   l.stli
ompletion  on
strut iie.u Chesterfield Ave.
w
omens Woes
Wc
Korth  Vamouver
Findini! Reliel
Women Are
at Last.
ll   iloes    seem   Ui.it   women
bave  more  than   a lair   share
the ailies and pains thai al
ilui hnmanit} ; thev must
-keep np," must attend lo da
ties in spite ill constantly .uh
in^ backs, or headaches, diss)
ells, bearing down pains;
thej must stoop over when to
stoop means torture. The)1
must walk ainl lietnl ami work
arith racking pains and many i
ai lus Irom kidney ills. Kidneys
i ause im ire suffering lhan anv
oilur organ ol the body. Kiep
the kidneys well and health is
easily maintained, Read ol a
remedy lor kidneys only that i
helps ud lines tin kidneys and
is endorsed bt pi "pie m Moose
law,
Mrs. C   tl    llaliuir.il, ol   too
Manitoba Street, Uooss Jaw,
Saak . says "We are vary
much pleased to recommend
Booth's Kidney Tills for what
Ihev   have ih'tle ("r Us     I   hail
suffered (or months with my
bad It was so lame and son
that .it limes I could scarce.)
si.uul up. My husband had
heen greath troubled in lhi
same waj Hc also complain
,.! "i a \ii\ weak stomach ami
nh all run dowa. <>n learning
Booth's Kidney Pills we pni
cured .i supply and after   s
hoii treatment with tins i ind
nine we have i"iin<! more relief
than we 'Ii'l in sa) "ther remedy, tii sre both feeling hitter in main ways.
For sale in N.  Vaneouvu   b\
Tin l.oii-.l.ili Pharmacy,
THU HUdlMIQ
MLIMi CO.. lid.
Lonsdsli
al  I'a in
An nue,
Landing
FED
ALL
KKKI
LOW
KINKS OF
) AT Tl IIEST PRICE8
We »]•» handle tli<- hUe-rlaf la
POULTRY BUPPL1E8:
0.6 K riiiak t I.
B ,\ K Chicken Chop.
fwltts' Bee! Scrape,
Mjsr'i I'a'iiliry Spice,
Uh' l.iri- Killer,
wiu-nt in ma. padasa
S'l'l all il'iv '|Uallllltii'«.
TliY SWIFTS' ARS
NATE OP LEAD
Tin- r.i'-t sumiuiit Spray
mi tlie market,
ALL KiNds of
fertilizers
FOR LAWN AND GARDEN
OW!!
JIME to Paint.
Make your buildings bright and clean
this Spring. We have
the best and most economical paint for you
to use.
SHERWIH-WlLUAttS
PAIHT, PREPARED,
!the paint that
spreads farthest,
wears longest,
, looks best. Made
of purest materials.
A record of forty
years of good paint
making Dehind it.
?S£ Sherwin-Williams
Q _   ... - 0    RsHE   THE LARGEST SALE OF
[A I N T 0     Itt  PAIHTS  HI  THE WORLD
Sole Agents for
North Vancouver
Paine  ®. McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
. J ft ft
Cover   ihi    Earth
tin su, 1 ess ia tin failure ol Um
pl.in in individual instating
,ui'l in different conatrisn "i
communities
MORRISON'S
S I (! N
WORKS
Keith Block      Ut Street \\.
1. (). O    F.
North Vaniouver Lodge, No.
is, meets every Thursday evening, corner I.ousdale aveaue and
First street, at 8 o'clock, Visiting brethren eordialU invited to
attend. J. Kellv, NO; A. T.
Kennedy, fteC-ssc.; J. H. Pii*
littf, Fin.-sec.
lhe
K
ANDIE
ITSMEN
North Vancouver
Now  is THE TIME TO  BUY  I1BRI
BELOW *\Ki: \ FF.W SPECIAL Bl'YS-
Block 19, D.L S7J1   FIVE 50 ft   LOTS,   HIGH AND
DRY st fi.aoo eaeh.   Terms   '   caah, balance 6, 12 and
[8booth-    THIS IS EXTRA GOOD BUYING,
A 1 INK TRIPLE CORNER, cleared and graded, 150 It.
by 147 ft., high elevation and close to BOULEVARD Price
J2.-00; $1,000 cash, li, 12 and is months
A MONEY MAKER.
A 50 It. l.ol ON FIFTH STREET, fast block east (mm
Looadale, at fa 150.    terms '  cssh, balance t>, 11 and it*
nlki    PHIS IS a SNAP,
Cha&. to Lawson & Co.
a,    -   -illllU.KIl
Res Estate Specialists
il Lonsdale Ave.
r. uwwis
l'lione 70
llu
ilu   allairs  of ths  a tsociatli n
wi ii in .1 1 n'ii ai , ondition It
was explained that tin u ■
some naavoidahle  lo ■■ 1 both
in tin itoTl and in iln h.iiiillin^
oi produce, the cotnpau) had 1.1
come  Involved   imam 1.illv   unl
was being carried sli ng hv tin
personal credit ■ 1 tlu directors
The matte)  eras   tated pUinh
to the shareholders that It «as
.1 cast  of > l".ing out or I" is
forced   to   clots,  Fortunately
the association uas the  owner
oi realt) aad ;*ii'.ldin, 1 d cos
siderablc \.ilm and bj dlsposinj
oi this the)  wir, .iiih to  'I-
chargi  ,11 li.iiaiiiins .iiul •
uini tn the shareholders
percentage of the money  orl
giaall) paid lor stink. The net
result appears to lie that .ili
a courageous 1 trufgle covi ring
a iiiiinlier ol -rears 'Ins co op
erativi   aasoi 1 ition whs eon
pelled  i"  :'o   ' ui  nl  bs
with the loss 1.1 tin   berehold
11  "i .1 large portloa
A  v   M.irkl.  oi nth street
is contemplating 1 rectlng
sul, nee "ii sih street ,md will
iniii|i\ tin premises In
It. C. k»l (1M1
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes of B ickwork
All Work (iuarante.'al.
■   I III,.'Nlli   Ht    HII' 1   Muhiill   Ave
198
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
.Sllll' IU 11.1)1 H.
ENGINEERS 81
llnlli-imaL'
r.
i;iii'-and Boili 1 Work pi
I* ■  *   ited,
1- epl    <   103
North Vancouver
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
Drains in Coal, Rmk.
Saml, liiaiM-l. UM,
Ceiin nt    .ml    GsMSH
BtaJoen' St^fHs,
1
11 ■
■
"IT'S THE
PLACE"
i.K. Bennel,     bi Lonsdale
1.1, llll till tt! t
BttillfiCt.hii
M. ii'il*, *.', r **
■llklni- *' limine mi.l Ami'      hiriiinirr
■nt «ii*l li«* tun'*.   HH|«ir-
allX HI ..1  Ma Ir.la*
Platen taafaaf.     Farshaie Stafsgs.
173 THIRD STREET, W.
MMI OSDSU Hi"-" I'limill .'"* '     >
Some Seasonable Suggestions
The growing popularity of oat mi" Hot Toint
l-'.leitrii Iron has been demoaatrated durini* ths
past week, mir large stock being sold out entirif\.
Another large shijnsent arrived toda] and we are
prepared to iill all orders in rotatka, RatMsakst
10 days' im trial,  ?oars for aaUng.
Those h'Teiirii Toasters srs ^snka akoat last
week seem to appeal to ths breakiast taide spfeats
in in, uncertain amy, as our sales of that handv
linle article testify,
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
50 Lonsdale Avenue.
H4HH4HH44HHH44HtH4HHHH
l-I»I—--l»l-l»t«W!-t—la. I.
ition
Office: Lcwdllf, near
Warehouse:       I' oiman
I   itAHnn   Lol•■Fiwt Strtet, juil
;;    vpDUUU   oJ l.oiiMliiiiMMilyS'."U'i
1 •   Third ensh. Iialatice ti and VI months
TIIK  BRIDGE
I-  in UNO  -' 1:1    NOW  I-   111!   TIM I    I"  BUY
I'KICKI t\"i tSCK AOAIX
I'.Kl-OHE
NOUTII   LONSDALE
1. liniNfi      . oNi " mi ntwn ki-iiikmiii
IOSS "I  BOOTH \ kNOUl vki:
■   |ih,i,;*.' i.-ai   br ' ■"!   tl ni" 11*
iiiini-v    v * .    1 .11 lot '
tnat-t, WOsltJ f   «•
It Md, hall 1
>..,.i. .-i.-:.r, ' oe '    ■ Iwmoar st        |;jij
1 ■ iht above *' tali I
G. W. VANCE & CO.
(or. Sih I l',ns,l„le   Phone 17ft        flr^mh'Ml ii-lann \.,||e»
C-vWW ii   $20000 TtaTt
ian- WM|;|    Av.-ime:   |7000 Nth,    h
Triple comer, BspliD*
St. tieiirgi-'s
alaiici-   (iver
$13000
Stn-its.   | r
$2800
l.ut on l.uii-ilalc, I"-
twi'di   'Jinl ami  .inl
1 cash: li, IS and IH tnontlio.
two vears,
Lot on -Itli   Street   in
Block 134,   D.L. 271.
We will guarantee tliis inveptmeiit.
l'rici- ,*2rt0"i; 1-3 casti, fi and VI nitlm.
$1500
tbeoheapMl
fill fool lot in Hlock 70.
lil, 271. on Bth street;
lot in this vicinity, Price
|1600; |600 cash. 8 and 12 months,
: THE CANADIAN FINANCIERS, LTD. j
4 Lonsdale Avenue. R. L. Thompson, Local Manager  ]
Head Office 632 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C.
-Hill II II HI I I I IHH H-
H-H--111 WH I MM H-H 111 H-H-l-l I IHI' Trili  tArniioo,   auk.in   \ ,-\.\LUU VliK,   d.  ^.
4>****'m*.mmm00mt.*m*mt.m0*0am00m0*.**00*t.t.t.mmmmmm*.m00mm0^^
TREMENDOUS CA5I1
PURCHASE OE
Good
Stylish
MENS' SUITS
I
i
«
*
4
X
%
t
Manufacturers
Realization Co.
Bought
for Cash,
most of
them
1800 Suit
made bi) Style Craft Co., Toronto.
^_^_^_^_^m_^m__^__\\____________________^__________\\__m____________
SEVEN DAYS FURIOUS SELLING!    SALE STARTS TO-MORROW!!
NEW STYLES !    NEW PATTERNS!!     NEW CLOTHS!!!
We have just bought for spot cash, (rom three of the best clothing makers in Canada, over eighteen hundred fine, fresh,
handsome, well-made and stylish SUITS FOR MEN.   These tremendous purchases are novv to hand by Dominion
Express, and we shall put the lot on sale at SPECIAL PRICES FOR SEVEN DAYS.
Sale Starts Saturday.   IOO Tweed Suits for $4.90
These suits are every one of them $15.00 values. They are made from imported tweeds; are finished in first-class fashion;
thev will retain their shape to the very last, being made with first-class hair-cloth fronts, as good as any tjiA Qf\
custom tailor can put in.   Worth $15.00.    SATURDAY        .... .      .   v4>TWV
1AA Fanrt/ YV-Tkr.cfsO.fi (fcllitc ^19 ^\(\ These four hundred suits are all made from
4AJU Idllty   VYOrSieU OUIIS, <4>I.£.3U   fancy imported worsteds.   The colorings
are all the newest colorings worn for the present season; slates, greys, fawns, bronzes, browns, and other shades. Some
made perfectly plain, others with fancy cuffs and fancy pockets. Altogether they are the prettiest lot of suits we have ever
placed on the market. The cut and fit are absolutely Qct+ugyA^oi Q_olr_ (tlO Kfi Quit
perfect.   Worth $ 18.00 and $20.00.   -    -    -    -     OdlUrUdy   OdK.   q>IZ.3U   OUH
Shop early, we close at 10 o'clock, sharp. Watch the papers next week for further bargains
Manufacturers' Realization Co*
"THE HOME OF QUALITY" COR. HASTINGS AND ABBOTT STREETS
;
I
a*****--.*-.-.„„-,, ,iaiiiiiiaia044400404400410000f044*40440014*****404400000000**4990444*44*44004400000*00004sr0004000*044444444404000* THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
,    n p.     p        fl nortance   In  compa-riaoli with
Engineer Thompsons Keport to uty Council,,,,  ftdvantages which accrue
*>    ' r Iron, this svsu-iii. Your dty is
fortunately so situated that the
, endieiits of these north   and
Seattle. W.isli,.,:..'..,    .the waj oi eas} gradients   ami {™»< ^  ^   are   ^
Hav   -ih |.io|ierly desired eross sietumsI ^   ^   excessive.
T„ HU Worsi,,,.   the  Mayor, should be given tti these nut ^^ ol lhe rate   of
,B(i the Honorable City Coun  and  west streets along  wi wi (lu, Uvo   sU.ei)est
»d0^ Slx ,„ N„„h Van  the traffic of the future .mis ftd |g*   « ,iiinsi.A. A     willi ,
couver, B.C.: necessity flow,   .s   »ur   a        ,      „„,   ,,, ,,ss than  two
Gentlemen,    On    Maj   jrd, grows,  tHe ^^^Jper cent, or Irom about 8.7 to
, rm.iu(, ,,,,„ Ul. T1...S  Shep   ...on;   and   nmre   l.tus ol   on - £ ^      Thls    __^
herd, Citv Clerk, the ^^^^U^^^W^: steepening, theor«tieaU.y, would
telegram
Norih Vancouver, B, I
Ilay jrd, i'ii"
K   11   Tlioiusoii,
City Rngineer,
Seattle, Wash
eessivelv   one   street   alter    all
.Unease a load a horse   could
witli  un   cuk.uv, -   -I-    ___-__. . ',   ^Uv level interseitiminnwhi.il
fi, si,„,n permanent grades to heav) s traffic M be of such J ,( ^ ,„, |mKh (,,si(.,
■'■ ■■ - "-'-great importance in i« «°»'L overeome tjie fnertk and gel
mercial development ol your ^^ started oa thin com-
iin as ihe ear Ibn running tively i,v,i spot than it
tnl iti weat along the main ^ ^ ( ^^ ()f ^
thoroughlares..   11 easy graw- t   ftn)i takiag this start
ints ami proper cross  sections '     .        _,„ , _„,.,...i   ,..
.,,, not provided for tins mst
and west traffic, vou will throt-
nihil, is has been the   ease   iu h'ul1 °P llu' lnU: h}' a,l0Ut   u'»
Seattle,   it is true that then- P« «»*■  Poetically, wtever,
will be, also, more ear lines ,.n ,llls rtt™11 ll,ll's,""1 ll1,Uow'   u
Maine,  „„s„. the north and smith streets   I    ls tf*» know» ,lml ■ h"rsi' «"
Norih Vancouvei Citj Conn bring ths people frosn you at lA"( l'" '' '',"rl. ,ul.lt'' \_Wim
ul invite you and Citj Kngin tractive residence diatricts to llu' |l"'1'' "' flouW* __\ a_
en Clement, Vancouver, along the   buaineas   centre,     rhes-e, m<,um « c« •"* "tsadily, li,
with tin  I'iii-.'uu er Hanes i" however,   will   not   carry   so therefore, s lean has a practi
• - .-k .  ._n;„ „r __ qJ" sllc|, cally level intersection on who]
be sdopted "in this eity, all eity |great Importance In the com- '" r,'sL il xvi11 '"' mml1 casit''
work being delayed pending return ol this report. Imperative
iaau laiiiu soon as poasibli Wire
dale, reph paid- TIhk Shep
herd, CitJ  Ilerk.
This telegram was supple
merited liy a note ii"iii Mr,
Shepherd, dated May sth, i (io,
accepting   Mav  i ith .md    ulh
as   lhe dates [or ni\    usil    to
\oiir iitv, and bj .i further
note [mm Mr, Shepherd, dated
Mav i uh, postponing the dab
to Hay i ith. '"i".
I Interpreted this telegram to
mean that tlu commission, i on
listing "i Mr. Clement, tl'
ll,uns and myself, had lull au-
thoritj and power to name a
report to your honorable ' odj
upon the liesi sastim "i grade•
to he adopted h\ youi city, in
accordance arith the dictates "i
the hest engineering practice,
and ili.u are would be in ii"
wist limited iii our investiga
tiotis and conclusions. Inas
much as 1 have accepted na a
CLAVERIE & ARCAND
have just opened on First Street,  East, an up-to-date
GROCERY STORE
Where the public will be sure to find a good and fresh
assortment of Groceries and Provisions, Fruits and Vegetables in season.
Mr. Arcand was with F. Filion of Vancouver for the
last eight years.
CLAVERIE & ARCAND
....   hmse  will  he  enabled    I
  .carry the load to the next   in
tlelhe growth ofvour city,       tersection.     Again, it aflordi
Another reason I.u believing>■ »»>" resting place for the
that   lh,   east   and w.st   th,,,.  I.ams whieh would otherwise be
oughfares are by lar the more compelled to cramp the wheels
Important is the lact that yon a"'uns< llu' nirb m ^'PPmn lor
are already considering the con- ' rcst-
struction ol a bridge at Se ond ™ fni ,,n stm'1 iar lr-'"s-
Narri.ws to loiiu a connection P°rt»«oa of "At increase in
with the city oi Vaneouver. gradient is of no particular nu-
Wheii ilus bridge is constructed P«taaee. '''1"' modern dectric
re will be formed a new cen  s,ri'1'1  car, properlv   equipped
- .-*,ili   ,,,- hrakei. is aide lo safe-
there win he formed a new cen
ire ol luisiness   at   the   end   of wlUl ■» ,,r',kl's- ,s allU' l" sa
this bridge demanding cdiniutm-1 jy trawrae much steeper Krad
ication with Uu older business u',Us lll-,u •'">' "u'r *'"jg i]h
centre at Umsdali Avenue. The l'-irs ,l[ jntx system will be
people ,.[ vour eitv who have ™mPeUe* t0 nm' ™ Sl'aUk'
business in Vancouver will also Electric Company operated ears
imlil to take the street car to "Vl'r '•««■ street la tins dty
ihai uiv bv wav of lhe bride,,1'"' a m,m,H'r "' >',ars on a
« irathei than to make two trans -ril'm "f lmiu' ,lMn Mtesa per
,p-Item at the lerry landings in or ain-    II ls operating   todaj
pointmeat on this commiarion|der to go l.y' boat.    The de- over «•"»«*«» tnin ol 9 to is
arith the understanding that 1 ^^^^^^^^^^^^
ing at 11, and evening at 7 p.m
St. -Ioim the Evangelist, 8th i
and 1,Uh streets:—
Holy communion, 8 a.m.;
morning prayer 11 a.m.; even-!
inn 1'iayci, 7.3U p.m. On tba
lirsl Sunday in lhe month there
will be a seeotid celebration o[
the holy communion at n a.m.
Rector kev. Hugh Hooper.
Services at St. Clement's hall
I.ynn Valley: Morning prayer
11 a.m.; evening prayer 7 p.m.
rrtest-in-chaige; Kev. H. H.
Gillies.
Nortii Vancouver Catholic Indian Mission:—
Sunday Services—Mass at 9
a.m. Sunday school al 2.3,0 p.m.
Henediction at 3 p.m. Paslor:
ltev. R. Peytavin, OJI.I.V.G,
THE NORTH VANCOUVER    |
SCHOOL 01 MUSIC
del   tO   go   bv   boal.      1 iu  na
velopmeat ol Weat Seattle waa Pf «•»■    " » prepartaj   ti
'..l.wirif,*   Mnilisnn Street   e.lbli
(Vith   the titulel'si,intnii}-  uiai    ,   ai,,*,	
give vmi mv lusi judgment   on hindered lot maiiv years nvin-i'cii-ctruy  mams
the taatten submitted bj roui l*« *be lact that "the oaly mm  ^°P^tf >(s lieav,l'st tll'clrK
honorable   bmh, I be;* to   sul ^	
mit herewith the following   re-1means ol a K-rrv operating over -;--■  — - •-  - .       -   - _
m%___>' rf|„   »fc.|tion With      the     lliagnetu
the maitiis submitted by vom to tbc lact tnai me <m\ imu-,
honorable bmh. 1 be, to iub inunication therewith was nn over ■ gradient ol 11 pei
mit herewith the loUowiag re means of .1 lern operating over l,nl as ■ P«n>"«nl l""'!"-1
port upmi tin* problem undei .1 distance almost exnctlj the l1"" "nl1 , l,u' _n*pnU
consideration. n... u in your .ase. Whet thi l,rak'    "   ,s no ommn ol
I have had the pleasure of be street car Ua* wu built across; practical street railwav inan-
Ing acquainted with the site oil the ud, Bats, although the aJ-"'rs "" cam can csailyhe
North Vancouver f.ir tomethini route   m.is  more  tiun   three|°P"[»led »n gradUats as high
 - iim., tvi.nn  veara   andltimcs as  long  as  ihe   water as l,lu','n I"'1 ulU    In Seattle,
..     11 ear iiiinimed wilh ilns  brake
.MIU II    a.lllioiiaai    , r- ,   , .
more than twcBtj  yearn, snd|limes as J.m^ .is
bave made a nun,bei of visits
i,, youi locality in ths pasl
1 mus   as   long   as   me    v.u
„_,, „._ „ route, there came 1 large li Ans ■ '•" cq«>PP«d with ilns brake
to your localitj la the put ol population aad s tremen Ions _t» •''"_ Jo "Perate on   gueen
some of these visits being   I a enhancement of properlv  vai-Aw»   lhl    "m ■ maximmji
professional character, some as ms   The construction  of  lhi< gradient d 18.5 per cent, ft aa
a visitor itudving the cmnmer bridge is, therelore. ol vital im  !ua,,s i""-"1''1' ," ™» «"• "*
' ■•** i'..a. ,„„i,,„,    tu   vour cilv,    ind1? ,1"w"  alu   Vnm9\   whnl
 ■■■■•I- -iiii  ili.* ,„*,l,n
eial ih w lopuient ol the Pacifu
northwest   .U 1 result ol some
of ihes,* visits referred to, I, al
nlle    tlllle,  inter, sted  llll sill    111
an eflort to form a c< mpany to
lake mer and 1 uploil  the rail
road   franchise   ennferring thc
iiiiii to construct 1 bridge at
iln- Upper Harrows and to construct    lhe    railway    through
strilit     llie      railway      inr .«■;..,    	
your city toward Hows Sound tton to the neeji oltraffi
ind to Lhe northward,    As al  »d,   ^tbatica, or tta  pw
to   vuur citv,    md __ —■-
would alom Im sufficient to de  *•? na climb with the ordh
lermine lhi main lines oi  ti.i-lar>' ^uipmeut id motive power,
vel eaat and west.
Nol in ii-'iiring the cross sei
o|    these   east    alld  \\. '\____________mm_m
^^ Irntii'ii or adhesion between tin
lonsiil.Taii.'i.s   i„ Ik- bom.   in iar wlll,ls •""1 ,,u' rails «""ll1
mind
Isl       t'lllll-
llaplist Church, cor. 5th and
St. George:—
Sabballi school at 2 p.m. Services at 3 p.m. and at 7.30 p.m.
St. Andrew's l'reshyleiian
church, 6th street:—
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday,
at 8 o'clock. Pastor: Rev. J.
I). Gillam, M.A.
North Lonsdale Presbyterian
Church—Services in Exhibition
llall every Sabbath, forenoon
at n o'clock, evening at 7.30
o'eloik. Sabbath School and
Bible Class, afternoon at 2 Jo
o'clock. Rvv. .1. W. Mills, mis
sioiiary.
Parisian Sage
Cures Dandruff
Pianoforte
Organ
Violin
Singing
Violin Cello
Cornel
1'lu te
Mrs. \\. S. Huriiiester A.K.AM.
Mr. T. W. Ward
Mr. 1.. Davies, I..V.1UI.
Mi. Paul Edmonds
. Mrs. Grace Harding Pratt
Mr. 1„ Davies, U'.H.M.
Mr. I(. Davies, l.V.B.M.
We are here to establish a first class School ol Music
and have, regardless oj expense, obtained the service of
musicians who have the highest diplomas [or teaching on
the Pacific Coast.
Call at our establishment at \\\ Lonsdale Ave., interview our teachers and Judge lor yourself.
TKRMS MODERATE
North Vancouver Piano Co.
l'lione 11'
148 Lonsdale Avenue
NORTH VANCOUVER FERRY TIME TABEE
STEAMER ST. REOKQE       STK. NORTH VANC()C\ i-.R
! "*.'   *   l'"l	
Theoretically,   arith   magnetii
,w in figuring the cross sec- l'^'", '' "h"l'1,, '"' I"'""'1''' >"
w.ts   ol   ihese   east   and west  lU"-1""1 ■ «r;i"U',"",wl,uh   '"
thoroughlaa-a, there  are  three"*1 " '" !",,,"",n" hrt*M1 l,M
In- insulin unl to permit an as
or  accommod'   a'nt    *** mag.niic brake  lias
not yel come into common use,
mil 11  has been in continuous
ine niMiiiw.«u.     ..-   -,   -—   ---     ,     .■ __   serviie 111 Portland, Oregon, 1"
result ol ihese studies, l  had senile, "i 1 pleasing appearance   .    —.._, a*-..!. i.„.. t.„
,„„„  ^ , -  - ihe  Portland Heighta line for
1,,n,„,l a very high opinion   ol to the evi ,,,„„„ s,.v,n years,     'll.is lends
thecertalntt of a great  nun ltd    ™ ■■* """""Ito dhow,  hoarever,  ihat ilnr.*
mtKM [more mr Wih  Van straeU ,,,,. „,, diiimiliies In lhe way ol
,„   (,((l|   ,   ,iav,    M lh,  Ins, ao,,s,.lerati«n«o.,i 1          (ill). (.,(.,,rie str,,, ...rs .m
,,„„,„. that n.s. .is \.w  I'ork, demand   an   ^Mtl)    le el sUt|) „ra(|u,ms whkll ,.„„„ t,,,
n   and   nther   mies   hav, cross  MCtiOB.     this,   "Haum^ smu,ss(lllh  ,„,,,,„„,* bv   mod
nil   oilier   mies   n,i>i  >"•  ■ .    	
exieni.,-,,    their   boumliries   In  would loiillut with the   SSC0M (^ t.tIJ.in^.rinK practice.
incorporating Hrookivn and condition, inaamuchu aa aust> , >p,un,i 1(, n,is n|>..ri cpus
othei suburbs, 0 ...i.'.aiiMi luteh l.y-1 section lor a »111'1' ( ;,nid»vits made bv Mr .Geo
,,nd North Vancouvei will s""ii runmnt along a sue mu ,. .iAim.s. diie-l civil i-nunmr«.(
unit, i" form mi. miiiii.ip, litj never loolw just right, u »row T,u. S(.lUll. ,,;u,llri, Compmy-
vour location being ach  that alio   ccarflcl   with * j^wjia regard to the sneceasful op
you an desiiii'd to becomi  one condiUon    tacanae   it   «w«n|—.1 1 ...-• «« nn -raim
5f the greal citlea ol the Pad  «al» the gradkau 1* Ota »■«
" ,,,,ts ., maximum   The uwai
",;rill,m- respei.s lhe l.'C.iilol, ...   Hat. d-jloT a igj   JHI
,, i.airi.tv.svin Similar   ,.,,st,„t ,; on.  «hnh slightly ,1
thai  "1  Seaiih-   Th.   carlleat vates the p^^"**™
* lemenis   ,„  Seattle   am whoh length   Thiselevation10
'.rm-,  „.  apotat  where  the the ■    side d,, s   «
bilbid, -au*' somewhat steaplv gradienia on thi cross1 rtreets,
down to lh,  ea,,'-..!;:..!!... ""'« n«l excewlve,    os  n
being .,  level ai I tide flats m-u-r.ah   ,,..,....   ""''
I,,,,, ,"nil, .,,,.1 anoihe, Heal a* "! ut. In   ",  .1,
onablv level s.orwhat.s In street.    To maks Um aarpd
extendi
proa s ni being mads hrtel, to
thi   BOlth      III   w.ur  a   |y     l.aiis
dab     \Vltllli .   -Vlllill   i    BOW   ."III
prim ipal    north    and
itreet   comes dnyyn to tin   irs
tei s edge at .1   in nuiih tl.it*
u-r grade than the inrresp'.nil-
llusi strut* I'.nlorm to lhe
al gradient "f the side bill
is a physical and aesthetii lot
possibiliiv. Tin phy-deal Inn
iis 1.1 the warping whiih  may
be alloui'l   I  have found by  . \
pi mini   I 1 l.i abuul as follows
ji me iiiiic^ji'iii'i-11  ■
Ing streets in Seattli   Youhavi On vtn Important mala tkn
to the w.si the level tids lands oughfan . carrying heavy  tra
at the mouth of Capilaao river, flic, It should not exceed mm
" ~ ■ 'pel i.m    ii. I, ran n*i  sa] pai
Continued on Pags ■"
tO  the east   you  have  the    b VV.
binds at   the mouth of   I,\nn
Creek and Si ] n, lir nver.
Ill   ih.    iiainnierii.il   ib vi a 1
ment ol your city, tin factories
tlcnlai 'is of consid-
1 i.it.ii ■ iportance, ilns nut]  hi
10   a   11. iMtiilliii   ti"1
1 \,,1 dm    two  |" 1   nnt.:  the
men, "i v..111  tii», ua   ■"-'  ,- .    mm_
warehouses   and railroad sts particulai percenta s to brnssd
tiniis mil ni aeceaaity  occupi
tin *i   level land'*,  and the tll.lill
Ini'    ol travel  will, therefore
i
being ol  i-oum  .1  matter   01
Judpnent p*rtiSifu|iia Sunday sihool
cast  «illim lh.  limits set loft li R-     ^  „
i-a,1 Blagei .md win .-11 sad
Wilson   Sewing Machines  and
an 1 ss.nn" , , all at mn ollice,
The J, J, AI.Alecce Dry Goods
Store, 95 Lonsdale Aye. Ma
chin, s sold for cash or ,,n easy
payment system. The Singer
Sewing Machine Co.
CIIUKCH SEKYICKS
Methodist church, corner 6th
streei and St. OeOTge s ayeiuie:
Services al 11 a.m. and /..to
p.in. • Sunday Sihool and bible
class 2-.to p.m! class meeting
10 a.m* Buada] Prayer meeting K pin* Wednesday.    .Moody*
II il Don't The l.oiisd.de l'li.n
uiaiv Will   Give Vmi   Vour
Money Hack.
Yes, Parisian Sage, the most
Invigorating hair restorer, cures
ilaiiilrull and grows hair. The
WOUlen Ol Canada, who have
luxuriant hair, know it does,
and that is why thousands ol
attractive    women   throughout
the land are regularly using it.
For years this almost marvellous grower of lustrous and
be,nil iiul hair was confined to
the  elite  ol   Kin ope  and   New
Ynik City, luu about two years
■i'i." il w.is given to a select list
iif druggists, and todtt] 1.111 be
obt.Hind in am city 01  loum in
Ann ma where soiieiv woman
ol refinement dwell.
l'.iiisiau Bags is the most de-
Jlghlful hair tonic in the world.
It makes the hair suit, lusiions
and luxuriant in a lea days It
is perfumed most daintil]   and
is iii'l stickv or greasy, li stops
jailing hair, carss daadruil and
Itching scalp in t-\\o arcehs nt
llloln \   b.uk
Tin*   l.oiisd.ile  Pliallll.ii-   sells
it da jn cents a large bottle,
ami guamnteea it, >.r direct, all
charged   prepaid,   bv Canadian
makers, Giroux Mfg. Co., tori
Erie, dm
Leave N. Van.      Leave Van.
•6.20 a.m. "b.45 a-"1-
•7.20   " 'll.oo "
•8.20   " *S.5o "
920 V 45 "
10.15   " IO-45 "
11.15   " "-45 "
12.15 p.m. n.45 I""-
l.tg " 145 "
2.15 " 2.45 "
315   " 3-45 "
4.15   " 4*45 "
5-15 5-45
6.15   " 6.45 "
725 " ;-45 "
8.15 " 8.45 "
9.15 " Ml '
10.15 " 10.45 "
11.15   " hoo
m^_^_^_^_^_^_Mli-tS}
• Not on Sunday.
Time Table subject to chan  gc without notice.
Leave Van.
*t>.2o a.m
7-30   "
8.30   "
9.15   "
10.15   "
11.15   "
12.15 p.m
1.15 "
2.15 "
3->5 "
4.15 "
5-'5 "
b.15 "
7.25 "
8.15 "
9-15 "
10.15 "
•11.15   "
Leave N. Van.
'6.45 a.m.
7-50   "
8.50   "
9-45 "
10.45 "
n-45 "
12.45 P-m*
1.45 "
2-45 "
3-45 "
4-45 "
5-45 "
h.45 "
7-45 "
8*45 "
945 '
10.45 "
•n.45 "
M
lunsilrtle
Bressey^
Peers & Boult
REAL ISItll
Insurance
Notary Public
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiini  '	
I    a 111.
l„„ . ,,, tnvel will, therefore, ca* within th, limits sal lonn    pMtor( K*cv_ „ H i',,],),,^,,,,
I, es t sad areat natwees nt ■ l   »«v<   l'".nd   tnaj
two districts. \*st*n ■ • -1"lu; «
The aorth and aonth itreeU ceeds two pit unt thereuaan
will be Important si reacUni get In wet ither rd horses
thi ,, nbii.i districts bm tin dipping Ides 1 on Ol pn^e-
-mat bulk -I haaey travel aaiil tnenti snd ll Is the mow
b« parallel with thi waterfront dangcrnu m.i .., whnh a how
Thi, ,   thi case In SeatUe and can Iall   Thi   hjection to tw«
,, ., ai,,,a, . „ . ni.ti    tin, A-"i„ ol "'"'""'I "r beuche-1
I,„„,„,,,   1 the city as deacrih    ireet Intel rctlons that it aui
,,1  ahoyi     11   "His  i" ns, Incres ents ol t«
therdon   lhat even facility In cross strei lii-ht   »"
l.ynn Valley lusliiuie Hall:—
Services every Bnnda]   morn-
E. DOWE
C0NTRACT01 nKD Rl ll.Db'.K
plana, Rparificatioaa, Ruttmatea
p 11 Ho* ;;. Korth Vancouvei
Canyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
bsteiisiv,- Grounds. High-class -service a. n,o,l.-r,„  •
PaiinleKiiiinis-HM,,.,-will *W I**     Hoam  .rra.ly hn.arg..
K,.v trail  M Hi.nn.iit of   Grouse Mountain,    altitude  ,00,, 1" t
Scenic Delights      Fishing      Hunting     Mountain Climbing
Unequalled for Holiday, Long or Short
?   i-'. OANCKLLOB,
Manager.
SEASON 1910
iv LARSON,
rn|'
fitH Ml   IM"	 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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A Few Snaps for Profitable Investment
Safety       Income       Prolit
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Correspondence Solicited
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North Vancouver
SPECIAL
Recently subdivided and placed on the market for the first time—Cleared Lots, size 50 x 140 feet each, in the easterly
portion of Block 61, District Lot 549, situated between Lonsdale Avenue and St. George's Avenue, fronting on
13th and Mth Streets.
Lots fronting on 13th Street, $1,000 each      Lots fronting on 14th Street, $900 each
Lot 54 x 140 feet, comer 13th Street and St. George's Avenue    -    -   Price $ 1,600
Lot 54 x 140 feet, corner 14th Street and St. George's Avenue    -    -   Price $ 1,500
Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
PLEASE NOTE the central situation of the above lots, close proximity to center of population, walking distance
of ferry landing, one-half block from principal cariine of the city.   Electric light, telephones, and city water available.
Compare these prices with the higher prices of property which is much less favorably located,
and you can only arrive at one conclusion.      Make Your Selection Wi+houT Delay.
IRWIN &, BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD
(Incorporated A.D. 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chiel place of business in North Vancouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C., Telephone 15
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Provincial News
VICTORIA
The annual Victoria Rose
Show  will be held on  ttiit),
.lune  24th.    It  is expeiled   lll.lt
the linest display that has ever
been made in the Capital City
will  be on exhibition on  that
dav
Work i.s progressing very rapidly at the new Grand Trunk
Pacific dock. In order that the
work may be completed lor the
northern trade this year another large derrick has la-en
(Uited in addition to those al-
reaih in position.
Tin- Victoria City Council
has ollered to give the Board of
Sihiiol Trustees \'. aires ol
land at Spring Ridge and expend the Mini ul Si a,"o<> in re
grading work nnd hand over the
nraasrt) 111 shape ready for
building to coiiiim-nu- if the
trustees will agree to set aside
the sum ol Jio.ikmi lor site purposes
esc, Nishimaru, charged with
lhe murder oi a countryman,
Nishi/.awa, at White Rock last
vear.
CHILLIWACK
NKW   UESTMINSTI-R
On the acquisition about six
■inks ngo ol the end ol loth
siieet, New Westminster now
nuns all ol the street ends
li.ailing mi the Fraser iimi
and the north arm ol the Fraser river
A special train ol live coaches
aiiiM-d at lhe Fraser mills on
Saturday night with a pam "1
IIS6 persons from Quebec to
work in the mills in lhe place
of Orientals, particularly Hindus Included in the partv are
~\ experienced mill men. In one
lainilv on board there were 12
children and in another there
were in ihildren.
A large shipment ol sewer
pipe has just been received b\
the t'tv o| New Westminster
ft..tn l.lasgow, Scotland lor the
inw sewer system on Kighlli
strut The shipment made refill time Irom the old country
the plans and profiles ol the
new 2(inch water main from
I "i|iiitlam lake to this city
have been practically completed
and tenders (or laving thc main
will Im  cilled lor
At the assizes in New Westminster nn Saturdav a vrrdicl
"I guillv was liroiirht in In tin
jury in the trial o| the Japan
The provincial government
has given the city council of the
city ol Chilliwack until the 1st
ol September to vacate the provincial court house building and
arrange tor a building of their
iown. Heretofore the city and
township have occupied lhe
court building as their offices
'and the cells underneath in
, whiih to conline tlieir prisoners.
i At a meeting ol the shareholders of the Chilliwack Canning and Preserving Compan-.
it was decided lo make an effort lo secure an additional
;$,Vi,ooo of subscribed stock in
order that thc business may be
carried on successfully this season.
Contracts have been let by
the Chilliwack Fair Association lor the construction ol
barns and stables for the ac-
ciitiinindatioti of the live stock
at the fall fair.
F1SHKRY OVERSEKH
Mr Samuel North, lor many
years chiel ol the Vancouver
city police, has heen again this
season appointed by the provincial government to act as fishery overseer and police head in
charge ol the salmon centres ol
iln Fraser, and as lar north
therefrom as the southern
boundary ol the River's Inlet
officer's jurisdiction.
I'.N ROl'TE TO COAST
The second train load "1
I im,li Canadians enlisted (or
work in the Fraser River Kills
at New \\cstmitistrr lelt Ottawa the latter part ol l«*t
week for the west and will ar-
ttv, nn the ird or |th of dune
Tiun- are on hoard 200 people-
including in lamilics and Ti experienced mill men The parly,
whiih is travelling on a .special
nf five loailics, is in charge ol
Rev Father O'Boyle and an
impl'ivec of the Company*
ASSESSOR   WANTED
Applications will tie received
hy the undersigned up till 12
o'clock noon on Saturday, June
nth, 14m, for the position of
Assessor of the Cily of North
Vancoaver (or the year 1911.
The time within which the
Assessor shall bcfis tO make
and at yvhicli lie shall complete
the Assessment Roll in accordance with lhe statutes shall be-
that period Iietween 2nd July,
mio, and 30th November, 1410.
Salary ollered >■*,'>".
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
11 City Clerk.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given lhat
1 intend to apply lo the Boaiii
ol License Commissioners for
the Municipality of North Vancouver at the next statutory
meeting of lhe said Hoard lo '.S
held in June, 19m, for a liuu.c
to sell liquor liy retail on thai
certain premises in the Mum. 1-
palily of North Vancouver all i
known and described aa Lo' -
One (i) and Two (2) in Idi*.
numbered Fifty-One (51 j in Mili-
division of District Lot numbered Two Thousand and Eigh
ty Seven (2087) Group one (1)1
New Westminster Distriii,
commonly known as the l.yim
\ .ili v Hotel
Dated this 4th day ol  Ma-ch
1910.
WALTER GiBbS,
14 Applicant
NOTlCl'l
NOTICI- is hereby given llnl
thirty days after ihe lirsl pnb-
licalion o'i this notice, I Intend
to applv to the Superintend'nt
ol Provincial Police for I "
newal of the Hotel license for
the Moodyville lintel situated
at Moodyville, B. C, on I "t
273, group 1, New Westminsier
district, for the term of six
months commencing .1 nly Itt,
1910.
iSgd.)    TOM MOTH,
Dated at North Vancouvei,
May 12th, 1910. "I
Grand
Boulevard
Cleared Lots
50 foot in width and over
This is exceptionally fine residen-
tal property, as all lots have a
beautiful view of the harbor and
English bay, and are in the
blocks adjoining the Queensbury
avenue cariine.
F« Pricei and Particulars, Apply to
Lm.   I.ii
Mahon, McFariand & Procter
Corner Pender and Seymour Slre-di
Official Agents THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
LAD! KS WASH
SUITS
Ladies' Liiini Suits iii krenin iiiiiI UKturul, Intesl nit
in semi• fitting coats, [ilentwl skin, 1 A T C
special price \\J .1 J
Piano^ Organs
Tuned .nul Repaired
.allies' Stripe Suits, similar to nlmvu style,    0   ttA
in blue and white, nml lirown niial white   >j. Jvy
7.95
Ladies' Plain ('
made, prii-i'
'llllilL'Hlt Blue Suit, well
ADIES' WHITK LINEN SKIRTS IN ALL
DESIGNS-  VLL PRU ES
J. .1. MCALEECE
KEITH BLOCK    LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE m
Charlies Moderate,
Satisfsi tion l iiisrsntsed
WILLIAM LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER & REPAIRER
■•Pegwell" i (ili -i ■ w Forbes ave.
P, C, will i' i iv prompt mention,
.Ml new In UseS sliuiild be piped Ini (jas in ill-let to save the
heavy expenditure for this convenience al S latt* dale.
N. V. LIGHT, I1KAT&
POWER CO., LIMITED,
POLICE  C0MM188I0NERS
Tho Hoard ol Police Conunis
sinners held their regular tnon
thly meeting In the office oi he
Chiel oi Police yesterday morn
Ing,
i——sn
c
ONTENTED
tlSTOMERS
\KKV
ONVICTION
c
OURTEOI s
1VI LITV
0NQU8&S
ONTRARINESS
For   onion   sad potato  sells  also  flower   seeds   ol
best quality.
HALL'S GROCERY
PHONE 189
Cor. St. (1 M(|S's ft 8th Street
N. VANCOUVER
ALEXANDERY
. REILLY
Teacher ol
1
Artistic Pianoforte Playing
North Vancouver,
Saturdays
Studio Address, M9 Divie St.
Phone R.5732.
Dill'
All kinds nl
Lumber
Mouldings
vVash and
Doors, Etc.
\ in i beep
i'ln- Mayor uas unavoidably
absent and Commissioner Jack
son look the chair with Aid.
i\Ii Neisli present.
The lollowing report was
lubmitted by Chiel Davies lia
lhe month ol Hay i Complaints
received and attended to, '-Ia ;
places "i business lound open,
m ; street lights reported not
burning, i ; lues attended by
the police, 7 | inquiries (or
missing persons, 5 ; Inquests
conducted, i; articles reported
lost, ,l ; articles (ollnil,   |,   and
larceny, to,
The  Chiel  lurther    reported
that  the police had a series   ol
petty larceny eases reported in
l|llie vicinity ol loth slreet,
which he was oi the opinion
was the work ol boys, as the
majority oi the articles taken
were nf small value while other
articles oi much more value
were left untouched, The mat
ter will In- silted out by the
police at the earliest possible
moment as ihese depredations
and "tliers nf a mure serious
nature have been committed
very Irequently during the past
month,
Tin* new uniforms which had
been purchased [roa the local
tailor were pm on exhibition bj
the force which lined up f"l le
gular inspection.   H was noted
ihat the) were entirel*i satiafai
tim   and were n credit to   llu
local establishment,
The question oi enlisting the
services oi another constable
on thc lorce lot lhe uncovered
section ol the city was cnsitl
eleil and will be dealt with al S
later date.
I
MIRER 0t.
MILL   AND   OFFICE
tSsplaoadc, Last
l'lione B«   Na'iih Nsocouvet
IN MEM011AN
His Majesty
King  Edward The Seventh
lord  iS11.   Died,  May h,  19IO.
Ai midnight cams thc Unjestj
nl Death-
Kings ol the earth abide ihis
Kind's decree—
Sudden, and kindlier sn, In seal
the breath
And set the spirit Iree,
_ And  now   the Peace   be held
fcll III llll llll lllllllllllll Hill H IMHMIHII'HMIIIHHIHnm*B      moat mar his heart,
Thai Peace to which his cotln-
iry's steps he led
So well fur us he played his ro-
val pail -
Blonds o'er him lying dead*
Pioneer Dry Goods  and
Gents' Furnishing Store
Comer Lonsdale Avenue and Second Street
Phone 53
OPENING
ANNOUNCEMENT
Thus   passes   Britain's   »own
Irnin Kind to Kin-;,
Vet  leaves secure a   nation's
deathless love.
Dearer than Rmptre, yea, s pre-
lintis thing
All earthly crowns above.
-O. S.
l'KL'lT P&OSPBCTS GOOD
J! Reports from the various
•■ fruit ceiilres in the ilkatiagau
X  Valley   indicate   that the   iyH>
• • crop is going to be exceeding-
\\ lv good and U|) to the present
.. no sii bad has been -ivcii the
" crops 111 that section ol the
X province Following are a few
il iln report! made !
SALMON ARM
Fruit  prospects lor  1410   anil exceedingly bright,
Having purchased the buiineis hithertoeirried on by Mr. II. \ Shiw,
wi- desire tu state thatil ii our intention to onrry • ooraplHte stook ol
general dry goodi nnd gent's (urniihii
We hnve had 17 years' experience in all branohtsof the dry goods
m in Vancouver and in other eaitern and western cities and are
ir in p uiti hi to understand and to mpply the -ttnti of tbe public
in theie lines.
i lur aim ivi.l lie, by rtricl attention lo buaineaa, to give the purchaiing
|nililic of the N'orih Shore, the very beil faoilitiei for good buying and to
carry n full »uleotioo ol dry go kL al pricei ai low as vanoouver, In order
lo aocpmpliih this, it is mir intention to conduct the buaineu onaoaih
basis
n
laa,,a
pill
yeai
will
peach
hav,*
terial
Sl'MMlvRLAND
is ' sllmated that 150 car
nl   nun   will   be   ship-
ail nl   Sutitiiierland    this
Apples, pears and plums
In   ■   Lumper crop    and
is   in   certain    localities
ipp.mntli Mj.llcrcd no ma-
damagi
Dressmaking a Specialty
THE CURRY CO.
gl 111111 iHWWtHI llll I lllllll 1 Hi 111 IIMMMMiniMIIIMKIH
• •  Rditot Kxpress -
4      De.11  Sii     It  Minis   that the
question  ol  grades   iu  North
\'aiiuitnii   It  i.i be settled   io
_ I suit the opinions ol thru   M-
dermen whom  property is  lit-
♦ anted on Lonsdale Avenue',   In
)', opposition  lo   tin-  unanimous
■ • wish nl iln* 1,1 tcpayers and  the
advice ol ihe consulting engin-
■ >   eels.      Their    in.alius are   tun
|| transparent,    an)    what    thej
1 will.    I,   for   ..in,  protest   n-
gainst   smh iiiiii banded mer
cciiarv policy,     Mi    Irwin said
tO   lllc ill   I UV   "Hue    hist    week
that if Mr, Hanes could not be
broughl to their way ol think-
ill-;, there were plenty oi engineers that, luiiiii In my "pin
[on ili"-e thru*' aldermen are
ruining the Citj "I North Van
couver "liv iheir stilish policy
Vou.rs truly,
'('.WYNNE R. HUGHES
NORTH SHORE PRESS, LTD.
119 First Street, E.
Phone 80
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J THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
KNOINKERS' REPORT
(Continued Irom pegs 8)
II. Dawson and others,  A care-'
lul perusal ol this report shows
that   its authors liela-ved   thai
where    your    cast   and    wesl'
streets wen- either already pro-'
vided with, or might hereafter1
bc occupied by street ear lines,'
the    interseciions   should   bei
botched.    I   heartily concur   in
this view, and would again   repeal my mature judgment   that |
by    lar   the    most   important
streets   ill  your  city    are   the
east and west   thoroughfares.
For these reasons 1 recommend
that all streets lie graded with
benched intersections.
If North Vaneouver should remain lor all time to conic
merely a suburban village of
small population, dependent only upon ferry communication
with Vancouver, and ambitious
to possess nothing better than
food, ordinary country roads,
then il would make but little
difference how your streets arc
graded ; but if you have faith
in the future development of
your city, laith that it will become not ottly an attractive residence district, but a linsv
hive ol industry anil an integral part of the ureal commercial metropolis of the Northwest, then you will lay out
vour east and west thoroughfares with the best possible
gradients ami the most advantageous   iross   sections   to   uc-l
commodate the irallic which|
will    inevitably    How   alon
thnn     Vou  can arrange   these
gradients,   fortunately   at   this]
time,   with   but slight   expense[
and    thus   fix   forever   a    permanent   Seats lm the development  of your cily.   If yon   Bl
these gradients   and iross   sections    in   anv other wav,   the
lum*   will   mine when fits will
change thelll at gteat   expense.'
Il   is   easily possible at   slight
expense in the re adjustment "t
buildings,  to change  Umadalel
Avenue to conform le mis iy»
tem,   and   this should be   done I
before    any    more    permanent
buildings are erected
I have also received from Mt  |
Tims Shepherd, citv clerk, copies of litters addressed   to   lhe |
utv council by Mr. R. II. Spcr
ling, general   manager,   and bv j
Mr George E Uoffatt, counlt-l
Illg ellglliier, tispcittvih , i I tlui
British Columbia Electric i',,.
conveying iheir views un this
(|llestion I regret Verv tllllch
lhat 1 tlid not liu-ei these gen-
tleiiieii oii my reu-nt visit   and
have the pleasure of ascertaining llieir views in person.     Mi
shepherd's tetter, however,  of
April   loth, min, milt.tins   the
tallowing senn me
"He, i Mr Mollatt) led me I"
understand, however, that his
Compan) would not stand lor
the grades being altered on
those streels where street cars
are at present being operated
and thai if such were tu lie
done, his liiiiipany would Light
the matter lo a linish."
Now, of course the relations
yourselves and the Hritish Columbia Klectric Company arc no
concern of mine. I am sir. ply
advising you as to the proper
methods of putting your streets
in shape to permit the proper
development of your city, l
mention this matter only because these letters were unofficially transmitted to me.
Since my visit to your citv, 1
have had the benefit of attending a very exhaustive hearing
relating to the question of Unsafe and practical operation of
heavy street car trallic upon
gratles varying between nine
and sixteen per cent. Al this
hearing, it was demonstrated
by engineers of the highest
ability and especially by men
officially representing the General Electric Company, lhat in
the present stale of the art it i.s
lml Ottly safe alld practicable to
operate heavily laden electric
cars upon gradients as high as
ih pet cent., but 'that it was
salcr to operate such cars bv
electricity than by cable.
I have hail lhe pleasure of discussing this mailer in all ils
phases with my assistant, Mr.
bimock, who visited Nortli
Vancouver with me, and, after
the fullest examination into the
matter, he concurs with ine
that the recommendations hereinabove set forth are the <>nl\
recommendations which could
be conscientiously presented in
Conformity with the best engineering practice.
Very respectfully,
Sgd.l      R. H. THOMSON.
I2th and ijth Avenues, 11,6per
cent ; and before .lackson streei.
was regraded in certain sections
from 13.11 per cent, to 15.3 per
cent.
On the same case in lhe Superior Court of the state of
Washington for King county
George P. .lames, being first
dulv sworn on oath deposes emd
says :
The Seattle Electric Coinpanv, during the past week, has
caused Inquiry tO be made in a
number of cities as to the maximum grades over which electric cars are operated without
counterweights, and the following are the grades :
In Cincinalti, on Milton St.,
12.14 per cent, for a distance of
171 feet.
In the same city on Brighton
Place, a distance of 240 feet,
11.11 per cent.
In lhe same city, on Warsaw
Ave., a distance of I50J feet,
0.2.I per cent
In Quebec, on Crown strtet, a
distance of 90 feet, 14.15 per
cent.
In San Francisco, in per cenl.
In Portland, Oregon, 12 per
cent. In Portland the grade is
complicated by curves and reverse curves,
In Knoxville, Tenn., 13 per
cent.
On Ilagerinan Division, Amsterdam, N.Y., line 14 percent.
In Ithaca, N. Y., n percent.
In Schenectady, N. Y. 13 per
cent.
over influential organizations in
their behalf.
J. I,. Cripps has commenced
the erection of a house on 4th
streei in block 25, D. L. 273.
F* W, Brooks has started the
construction of a line residence
on ihtli slreet west of Lonsdale
Ave.
I    (
Appended to Engineer Thomson's report are the two allida-
vits referred to by him of Geo.
P. .lames, chief civil engineer ol
the Seattle Electric Coinpanv
The cases are entitled Oliver C.
McGilvra vs. The Seattle Electric Company, in which the
plaintill contends that it is unsafe to change the cable natem
mi .Madisun street, Seattle, to
an electric service, the grade
there being 14 per cent. In Mr.
.lames' affidavit he deposes
that "it is not a fact that it is
unsafe to operate an electric
railway on a grade exceeding
nine per cent., nor is it a fact
thai a grade in excess of nine
per cent, will not permit of adequate service and heavy travel.
As a matter of fact the Seattle Electric Company has been
operating electric lines for a
number ol vears past where the
grades are ns follows :
On Dearborn street, between
24th Avenue South and Yakima Ave , I \a per cent.
On But riiion sinet, between iHth  and 14II1  Avenues,
IJJ pel cent.
on Taylor Knwn, between
Alnha slrnl and Ward slreel,
12.<J per cent.
On Taylor Avenue between
Ward and Prospect streets
13 J per cent.
On Boston street between stli
Aiciinc nurth and Higelow Av.--
ntlc, 10 7 per cent.
On Beet Pine street  between
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passed a resolution endorsing
eqttal sullrage and urging ihe
passage of the amendment to
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Washington which comes before
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Best J. & M. Colleejfresh roasted and ground, 3 tb $1.00,
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Indian and Ceylon Tea, 3lb Ji.
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Chilliwack Butter, 40c.
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Their First Start in Business to
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The habit of laying aside regularly a small amount from the
weekly wage, it one ot the most
valuable habits a man or woman
can acquire.
The amount ii not missed, the
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comes and encourages the account
of the small depositor.
All formality has been dispensed
with.
Inquire (or the Manager, at any
of the Bank's hundred branches.
Beyond your own signature for
future identification when with-
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C. G. Heaven, Agent
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Total AihIi      -
12.300000
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We have the largest stock ol
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Ft >«ilclii'«. puff., ele . tlif bail mat-
iir an.l lowf.l prii-f, rail ae MAI'AMF.
li: MI'IIKKYS. Tliftf vu «ill nml a
lairgf ilwk ol hair 110011» 4 om\ ett
criplioe to »eli*i-l Iront. Toui*.*. lur
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turn »!"> hs*e loai their hair »III flii'l >
tutu.* 1 |n-«t pri-»fnt»tl»,' ol rnhli in
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Room, lurnished nr olhcrwim
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Vancouvei piano 11
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Notkl    is   li'i'l J   ;;i\etl that
all persons Indebted I 1 ihe  ss
lalC    aa|    ill,     I.lll*    \t        I'a       P'.l"
wlm died .ai iln thirteenth d
,,i Uarch, 1 ,i*, at the cl
North Vancouver, B C, are ri
i|tiire'l   i"   pay   thi   amounts
owed b) tlmii respectivi I;
the    undei-1: llnl   "tl    or    Hi'"'
Wednesday, June 1 ith, 191".
I).imi st   N..tih   Vancouvei
ilus thirty inst day  "I   \l 1
mi... B. A  PEACEY,
.\diiiiiiistr.itii\
J. H. BUSKINS
tor. 3rd St & lonsddle
HORSESHOEING and
General Blacksmithinu
.iv,*t, 11*an .-iv a i" irune
a .- Iii.r-,-.     1
All » ■ rl,     Ft pi
mt,'iiii"ii   01' * im* .1 tl
Nelson Manfg Co.
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AWNINGS
II VIS
SAH 5
N NELSON Proprietor
CITV  COUNCIL
(Continued Irom page 1)
"Yuu  promised to abide  In
lhe decision ol  the engineers,
broke in His Worship.
"I repudiate that statement,"
dn land Aid, Irwin.
Aid, Fowler could not accept
Lhe engineers' report tot the
reason that ihey did not abide
in tin- instructions given, 11
was noi in lavor ». benching
streets  on which   ihere   wen*
slreel  lilies. (Ill other streets lu
uas in lavor "i benching,    He
said   Iii*   was   (rilling   In   leave
tin* matter to .1 plebiscite ol
tin people and would not as ,1
iiiiiiiulliii ..ne in du Ids "ii a
settlement
Aid, Smith had always been
and was now in iaVOT ol
In ih hiii:',  all  Ihose  streeta ea
u pi  those "It which theie   wile
street car lines, lie said there
wu, 1* streets north "I Kighlh
street and only al oul live or
sis  south "I  ih.it  street  and
"arc «ei ing to sai rilice those
I" [or the 5 or h .'" The speak
it said tlmi in Vancouver there
wni only two car line streets
running north and aouth  and
both    "I    these    well*    stl.il* li
■Mail's He did imi ace, ihere-
i* n when Naaiih Vancouver
bad three north and south car
line streets why one st least
should not he straight grade,
Aid Sihult/ said thai In-
would have luen prepared to
support the engineera' rep irt 1
lln \ had adhered ,>> the tenoi
"i iheir instructions but thi-
lhe)   hid   ii"i   'hue  he   eon
tended
He In l.ul wiih apprehension
n ilu- statement ■ 1 the 11. C
;.   !'\   1 11  that in the evi m 0
iui 1 h in *  the grade "ii '."if-
Iall        I''       .111 l    W .'lllal   ml Sldli
llu* .i.l isal-ilitl ni Vein 11 lie
thei lines [ro'ui Ihal itrcel
IL ,aK" anticipated a
hardship lor the pn pern
owners along Lonsdale Ave
il 11 was lum Ind and  Inquired
il  ihe 1.1 1   1 wesi  streets
to bt  '   in fitted, would be
I.,   make   np.iMti..ti
lor inv losses tuslaiued l t thi
ition,
Hia    Worship    thought   lhi
speaker was lie. dlessly   ImiTi'W
k-Nei li stated  ihat   ,1
v  nhl    nnh       ' in
uiori delay     'II wai nt. 1 it to
ilu*   people      11   knew  tin*   re
sup.    In   declared,    He  said
, ' -1111a. ll   W.is   I'l
I * .1   inlllllllss a,11  ,,|
1 ii;.'.inem ihn were lar nmre
capable 1 decide than tin
people win
Aid, Al* Ii.n said he would
voti 1 ..ii. 1 anything lhat
would   delay   work    21   hours
laall    , 1 Ila        W.lilted       |H       kll"W
whal thi 1'* I 1: Kx Co. had
tO do With  lhe stints     "Tha,*.,
wlm threaten ars somitinus a
(raid themselves,"  qu-otad   lhi
speaker.
Ills Wa.* hip 1'ilicved that thi
ih. railway company and any
ililiereiius  Hiuld he easily   s, t
tied In ii [erring lo iheir   (ran
ihise    Tin Mayor objected to
dealing with any other <|in.-*-ii'-u
other than ihe reports and mini those wen* accepted or  n
jected In- did ii"i tare to  mn
st'iit   a motion in relet   the
mattei to iln- people,
Aid, Al.N'i li   "Then is no
iisstirallie     that      lile     people's
wishes will he lollowed."
Air. Perry, local manager ol
th, B.C K.By. Co., aaked thai
permission be *. ranted Kngineei
Miiit.it t" speak again, The Us
and Aid.  McNeish   hn i'
ai   lln-   grounds   lhat    hi-   had
been -ji\. n .m opportunity  bl
.inl it   was nol   in  order
that In ihould bs | Iven anothei
hearing, Thi Majority however,
rilled and he look llie BOOT. All
-;-;-i-i-i-i-:-:->i-:-:-»i-:-:-:-*.-s-i-5-i-i-i-i-:-.-;* >:-'-i-;-i-;-i-i-i-i-s—1
CONFECTIONERY AND
ICE CREAM PARLORS
KHl'IT, CANDIES, I' E CREAM
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Fred. Bosquet,   l>rob. i;
'    1:; l.'iti-.lali' Avs       P<» Boj
l'i,on., IS    ..
Mnllai again reiterated his lor
nier statement in regard to sal
ili.    II,    snid    ihe   engineers
whaa composed the commission
wcre biased    Engineer Thom
sun was an ""I and out bench
grade man and knew nothin
else.   Kngineei Clements was iii
tavor ol lioih and Eng, Hanes
had laken his stand lor benching and was rightly sustaining
his position. Ur, Modal declai
ed that he had laid more Iin.**
ni railway than any nther man
nn earth and knew what he was
lalking about     He asked  the
council in conclusion not to in
create lhe  danger element    by
increasing the grades,
Aid. Irwin moved in amend
unin io Aid, McNcish's um
tion in iiiii 1 ihai ilw question
In* submitted in a c d ■ nl tbe
people, lhat a committee 1 'in
posed "I Aid Kowler, Scbultz
and Smith lu- appointed to get
ih, .iihui a,1 a commission ol
engineers i" dran up two alter
Bate phnis I"'' grades, namely,
adopt the engineers' report as
submitted or adopt bench
grades on all streeta on which
ilnn were 110 street ear lines
.isi.l nn those having cat Inns
ihat thc gradea be straight and
at thc same time given dm no
lice in regard to ihe matter ol
public safety, The motion was
unl seconded and Aid, McNeish
called [or the question to his
motion in adopt ihe engineers
repnrt in its entirely, thc re
suli ol the vote taken beinj
against recefa ing the report. '
His Worship proclaimed In •
Imnl voice "Thi cngini ers' re
port is thrown in the waste pa
per basket by the very sauii
la'tnuil whn voted l"i the ei 111
mission nt engineers t • rep *rt
Aid McRae Bdded "and altei
expending {600 ol the dtj [und
[or ihat purpose "
Aid Fowler offered to um
his aldermanic salary hack in
tn tin* treasury lo apph .1
gainst the loss II Aid. M Rai
would 1" which nm.uk th 1 1
ter replied in scathing nuns
The discussion was closed sm
other Imsiness proceeded with
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Campbell Realty k Investment Co.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
N'iriii Vancouver ind Vanoeuwi        EststM nsaa*s*d, Renin ssBaslid
I'ity sad Siiliiirhain Prn|ii'rly. Himiiiw (.'linnet1*
Ailessa. Suii-liiv:»iiiii». Agresawsis sl lalai dlsoosnted
Foot of Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver, B. C.
TELEPHONE Ho. P. l)  BOX 114
TAKE NOTICE thnt lhe wmk is Twenty Font Thousand
Council ni the l"i|i"ia nm "i Three Hundred aiul Ninety
the un   ui North  Vancouver (114,390) dollnrs, ■! which $5,
NOTICK
Iiniii Bylaw \u. ;, ewrj pir
sun in iln 1 ily ut North Vi n
com 11 whu is tin* owner, pus*
tessor or harhorer of s dog oi
hitch, is leijiiint! iu procure *
license, lhe lee lor which is S -
(ur a dog, and Jj loi .1 ' iti h
All persons are hereb} not!
lml that this hvlaw will In
sltii lh tnl.,laiil .nnl anv vi'a
Iation ol saiil bylaw raiders tin
person   violating   Ihe same   li
,ihii   t" penalty ui Moo   ami
i lists
Bj uniil ..I ihe Board dl Police Commissioners,
ARTHU1 DAYIKS,
tl Chief ul I'ollce
J, W. BALMAIN
Civil     KNIi INK IK
I'uantitv .*-iini*-i,r una An l.i- ,1
NORTH vamiiivki:.
intends lo construct ss a work
ol I,mai Improvement t a pad
in-; (iu pei main nl gradej oi
Lonsdale Ave, from lhe south
line ul Thirteenth Street to ths
North line ol Eights n h stieel
ami to construct s macadam
{roadway with suitable inrb,
.mil i (i-iiiui concrete sidewalk
un each siile "i said avtuue be
tween lhe points shove men
I'AINT TO I.AST
must In- mixed according to
tin atmospheric conditions it
musl un et. Duly an cxperi-
enced painter is able to strike
the just proportions required
lur '
OUTSIDE PAINTS.
Observe suine pi the liullses
miii pass and see the paint
peeling off, This should nut
be. ii euiilil nut happen srith
uur paints. 1'se mir celebrated paints   tl   vi!   wish    lhe
must  lasting effect,   it pays
liesl in the end.
Stoney ® Co.
117 Lonsdsle,       Phone 141)
163.25 Is to I e provi led out ol
the general funds ol the Hani-
cipalit].
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
Uty Clew,
North Vancouver, B, C.
Mav 18th, i'ini.
Theie is set forth in the lol-
lowing Inui mile ihe names ol
the owners or occupiers whu
tinned; 1'nder suli SSCtios (32) have not signed the requisition
Section 156 ol ths Municipal presented 1,, the Ci mil calling
Clauses Act and intends to as upon (ttst to coMtrwt the
•-ess the final mst ihereoi upon!work oi Local improvement a-
thi- real propert) [routing 01 hove mentioned and
abutting tlu linn and to be
[benefitted thereby, and that a
statement showing the lands
liable to 1 aj the said asses,
imnl and the 1.aims ol th own
eis thereof, sn far as can 11 s
iiiiaincd ii'.iii lit- la.1 Revised
Assessment Roll is now on lib
in the office ' f ihe Clerh of tk
Municipality and is ... en im in
spection during "Hue hours.
The   istimated   enst   of    the
Owner ot Oceuplsr'i
Rene ami Adansi
Mr- CunnnlngSj
1071 Barclay west,
Vatiiiiiiiwr
I'ii-ii. I'lili'T,
:io:i Cambie Htrsat,
VaUU'lilll'T.
.lu*. I'. Ball
i:trt*o( Qnlntsbnrger,
VmirullviT.
P. ,1. lluni,
ean-nf Daily Province,
Vaaeoneer.
Mi*- Minnie Loess,
IS49 Gaoifbi Sir.-*t,
VaniiiiiviT.
llpilll
win 1111 a notice similar to   the
above   sdvcrtiasd notks   has
been   served   b)  mafliai   the
same   bj   iii|aiii   regutsrcl
mail ta, the last known place d
alimle nl such OW1 ers or iccu-
piers, wiih ths estimated cost
loi the wurk ami the pmportion
thereol proponed to bs ssMsned
against e.uh "f mch owners or
inniipiers wlinse |irnperty af-
' fected is as undernnted :
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1 *     * (iaaiiim*.        Purnishings,       Men's,  Ladies', sad
I 1 i].;,,   |'| Booti .imi Mines.
NKNT in BURNS' MKAT MAKKl-'.T
NOTICE
II you want lo sell your Property, fill in blank space and
Mail to
INKSTER & WARD
NORTH VANCOUVER
NAME	
ADDRESS	
LOT HLOCK  U.L.
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NOTICE!
Our business is now practically on a cash basis. This enables us lo give our uisluiuers the
same Ugh class goods we have always lia-ulhal
at very much better prices than can be obtained
Ironi stores doing a credit trade.
Try an order and compare quality and price.
\ j. a. & m. McMillan
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