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Wi\t Ixprfas
VOLUME 9
NORTH   VANCOl MIL  U. C,  FRIDAY,  DECEMBER 10. 1909.
NUMBER 15
City Council
In Weekly Session
There were bo absentees from
the alderinalili board at the
regular session, Monday enn
ing.    Mayor May presided
ihe regular order ol business
was impended in order that P,
Larson might he heard wim re
{arena to tin- sparring exhibi
lions that are held in this city,
from time to time. Mr. I..u
son submitted thai iln contests
were invariably conducted In
an orderly manner and that BO
iairmindetl eiii/.en would bad
any objectionable feature  con
netted Wltll thelll. lie laid OB
the table a lull supply ol lic-
kets for the mayor, tiie abin
men and the press, lor Iron I
stats, and urged llie council to
adjourn lo the put UioB and to
judge lor lllcmsclws win ihn
the exhibition lo be held thai
evening was not ol a lcgitinuu
character.
The report   ol   Chilf-of-police
Davies with reference to boxing
contests was read, to llie elieei
that the lontests were mil unlawful, that the only era) ol
dealing wilh Ihem m.is in li
cense ihein, in whuh can loial
clubs would not be exempt, lie
recommended ihal a b) law be
passed, Inditing piniessnuial
sparring exhibitions, thai gn-
mg local dubs liberty .is ama
teurs.
Aid. Voung ga\c notice ol his
intention to introduci .t by-lai
to govern stub mult-sis.
Aid. Bchalti i.iiuiul tin ap
poinimeiit nl a committee to
ascertain the method adopted ia
Other l all,nil.in inns, Inl lllc
gum.iikt ni ilu ii.-.mill Al
derman link moved aad Alder*
man Hraim iicoaded lhat thi
mattei ba reluiid to Un linaiiie
coillllilttee, motion i,Hind
.1. T. Device pleselllul .1 pill
Hon Irom upwards ol tiiiiilt
property minus aakiag lol the
extension    til  the   sldiM.ilk     OB
St. Gcoige's .iMItlii llnlll Keilh
road to nth strait,    Aid   Mi
Ncisli  chairmaii ol tin board ol
works, while acknowledging the
desirability ol lhe cxuiisioii, ii
gretted that the board ol woi hi
is altogether arithoat ltmda,with
which io iln any  lun Inr  work
this year,
lhe I,ems Printing iu a
with itletinu* tn ,t iu\\ muniiipal jniiiual, "lhe Ratepayer,
desilllillig Us snipe. ,unl snlKil
mg  siili-iiiptiniis.   referred   lo
lillaliu* tiiiiuiullee.
Keeve BaM "I l.angict, imu
orary simian oi the I aiofl ol
B. C, Muniiip.iliiies, wroti, ad
vising couiiiil nl tin ,hiiiii.ii
ineeling nl tin union, to In In Id
in this ult   iiii  DcniiilM    it,ill
and i—il», .uui in|ii, ting lii i .'i
toplis   Inr  tolls,dilation,   llinl
A. (1 l'crrt, local in,m.i,
thc 11. C, Kl K\. Co , »
advising   loiiiuil   lhat   tin    an
light   mil,|,,1   Inl   Iln   ml 11,1    i,I
15th antl .loins an , li.nl Ih-ui
duly installed. Ml i'iii-
wrote with nli turn to the
remittal 111 .1 hull.mt. n huh
stands in tin centn ol the grade
of the I,tun A allot ii.uu exten
sum, waterworks committaa lo
act
Alex. I'hilip, tlnk ol the ills
trill   COIItllll,    WrOtl ,    Iliplesllllg
thai bv-passes bit allowed lm
use Inr im- plnleilloll 111 mil
ntction wiih the system nl nn 1
trs on the l.ynn Valley watei
system, ilm bt paaMI 10 bl
sealed, ainl imiiuil iintiuili.il<.-,
notibed when ant iiih s, nl iu ,
broken; -lalwunrks miunilllu
to act.
J. Kirkland, carAuha at tin
waterworks inlaki wrote, n
questing that a lUilabk 1, .,
deme. be provided   lor   In
aiid lamil), referred to th
terworhi committee to pr
a pirn uml report, meanwhile,
installation ol i snitabli heal
et oidcred.
1   M, .leiii'iMiii wroti, advii
illg tnilllcll  nl  111-  . nl. 11. lull    ol
building . •  lot       I lock s* D,
L. i'i, anu r.fjue-iii.ig   th.'i   u
lll.nl     Ll     lh , Hia      la,     I..a      j,,,.
referred to iln board ol a
From Cit*   lin-rineer Ham
reporting a * lu cosl ol * *
woiks   *' paii *   •*' *
III.'.Ill  l,      11,11111 It        S_,.,h
l-ioiii iln   .um, advising   ihr
council that thi coatrai loi * loi
tha Lynn \ amy  tramluu   . i
tension hud um-oveied the wa
tlllliaill,    aBd    ala. a*      l.l.    .1     cul-
veii buiii through iin gradi i
blm kill al  the Iniul  iini ,
watermam, which is dan|
to the mam; 11. C, i-.l. Ity, I 0,
to be adviaed that the pipi to
be recovired oi lowited at in,
compan) i expeaae,
i-i0111   ihe   same,   repi
that lhe tslllii.iliil cos.  nl l.n
mg  ..id  street   sidewalk
,m;.*v>, bm ihai the actual
thus lal Mas si.*:,. ,,,   uk]   [a
WOUIll   lOSl    lO   CUlllp.a 1
in, or a total ol in
recommended tha   thi
lu equal.} divided between thi
Eroniagi rati and gi»
n.i..,. , io in* paid  bi
each;    referred  to the linanei
committee.
I'io,11    Iln     -.iliu    as   lo    1,11
grading ol ird itreet, ih>
liialtd tosl  was s],.,
al tosi wa tm
tost saving been kept witnin
lhe estimate, liis repoi 1 a
0 pled an.1 un , ngui 11 . ouipn
mettled on the saii&laciorj   n
stills both as to Iht it", k .ill"
the COat,
A   ]hiiiiiiii    was    presented
Slgmil in   the in I il\
n 1 iiip.oMi .  asking   Lhat
Hoiking dm   be reduced
nine hours in ugh, hours, and
that tin* minimum waj   I
50 pei iiay, requi ii . ranted, to
lake 1 im 1 immediati
im motion ol ..
resolved thai  thi  i
till   1 b rk be allllmli. ■
a petition to Uie dominion
eminent, setting lorth llu
budge   aim    nil*   a 1
was being  Lncorporal
ptistiil   nl   adjacent   UlUUicipali
lies and w alii llnlll oWBel
the dominion government
quested to provide thnn   ever)
po   ■
petition   being
thai purpon   ■■■. thi reew
North \ ancouver; carried.
Aid, iii.uii:, ih.un...rn .
li.i   and   lighl   miiiiiiU'm
p.ll llll    llll
ligation a ul, n li react   lo  iii
Imllt   llli   oil   .   in  *
committee lound lhat
was belated and thai
wa    received   tht ri
plieil promptl} *    It was i
mended  that  .1 dormitoi
buiii .ii n
Repoi;   adopted.     1 0 11
given   pown   In    ,1,1
(llll llllllll t
'Un- miiiiiiiiin d» cl ini .1
commend an an light
corner 1    13th and 1
(In motion, Aid   Ml
ti.k.n  wm  appolati
Willi   tin*   I; I     o.
revision ob thi votiis lists, to
Sit Oll   lllllllll'. I
Ai.l  Dkl
timi to bring in  ■ b  laa to b
submitted to Um rati |i
divide iln a n\ Into ,- 1
election parpi
(III   lllol loll    llli    ill; 1
III .Illii ted   In   il*
council, '-uu.iidi   n*   im
vmi pnrpo
Aid   Hi Wel li gave aotii
motion tn i' 1 «<i.>  ihi   1
to borroa $500 loi  1 irl
provements   ani loi
road making machim
Aid   Young   i. p"   ■ .
lelephom
pant had agreed lhat
as patrons were il    lo
wail lorn ■   *,
Sclll.e,   tin   ca]
iiu ii .iul       I!
1111 Intention ol
all     lol     '"li       ir*'
1:111   11 ith bui 1
1 1   of Incrras rl rental
1    I        I.,      1,|W       Wil!'       II   I      *.   I        I
th| loiall ui   ol   pi,lis   mi   ul*.
A LOCAL CORPS OF FIELD
ENGINEEM
The lollowing ciii/.c ns bavi
agreed to petition the minister
an militia, asking to bc organ
bed Into .1 corp ■ ol field engin
nl Wlll.   PhUip,   .la ..   AIiUI.I
ghall,  C.   lv   l.liw still,   .Inllil    l'.
1, \\. Andetaon, Wm.
C. Stone, !•; I Parry, P, G,
Gladwin,  l).   Ache on,  ll    w
I'll    aa   ,  ,     JaS       l. ll a | U 11.! 11 ,        W  .        I,
Elder, A. .1. Cameron, 1. J,
mi, ai. li. Martinson, T.
Martinson, R, I'hillips, W. Gel
iu\ 11, 1-' Al. Barkei, Roas Peers,
A D, Philip, I Nd on, Win.
Mi chell, A Ci,di,un, T. B.Dip
lock, F. B. Diplock, I>. A. De-
Woln, G. I-. Dull.
A number ol others m thorough s\mpath) wiih the move
imui bave yet to In sun, and
ii is (ulli expected that ihere
will In at least 50 namu attached in the petition before it
is still  tom aid  lo Ottawa.
1 uiniii I Peters and Lieut.-Col.
Boultbee havi both   expressed
approval   nl   lhe   IlloVt-j
ment and their willingness to
support the petition with tin'
minister at Ottawa.
Such a compaay under ilu
command of Captain Donald
anu, ami wub sn many ex>
perienced militiamen to draa
ih other commissioned and
nun commisi ioncd ofiicen (rom,
havi 1 moat successlul
career and be a credit lo the
cit) and district:
Any young men who ma)
wish to volunteer, will nnd ilu
list al tin municipal hall.
Si   JOHN'S 1 HURCH W, A.
i be ladies oi  this
tion beld a ■ ah ol a 01 k  la tlu
nl on Thursday, the
2nd   inst.,   when   thi
ilnn patrons and patroneasca 1
treat in the wa) ol bargains ia
ihe 111.mv dainty  articles   dis*
. nn iiii Halls,   To lorn
i\ Uu purchasers in  their repeated  attacb nn   tin-   good
tilings displayed, a daiut*
was provided  and   ■
* a during lbi.
iiniii, while ui iin* 1 \ a nt n j .1
. apital su|i|u 1 consoled the buai-
an lm the dollars ins betid llall had hull spending in
Ills aliMiin
Congratulations are due tin
W. A. oa tin result nf tlnir 11
[01 111 end ap, a short mu-
deal program was rendered '..
tali ninl .n tateur nun li* is ol
llu inu;;! gaiion.
The Stall   linlili is   wilh   thi n
tuts wn, iin* following       Fain;.    WOT!    and    plan
,   111     I phain.  Alls   Aii
'id   lira,   l'i mill;  candy.
etc.,   lira,   Jackson   I   Mistil
\nbibald; samples  and  dolls,
I, Rickaby;  hi
mi thi ':;.•.' man   Mn
rtl ami Air,.  Rickaby; lea
Wn Sykes,
sapper,
'..mn , ami
I'linn nl. to « hm,   lli,   Ini
lowing  \n acted  1
.    I ning,
K inn. \'n
in i ami Vandinand,
SAI.I'. Ol-   WOK1-.
ippn
Aid
St. Andii .
dn..a iliuiih, mi '1 ueada) u< «t,
al'i moon  and I tilting,  pi mill-*
u* ■ mosl successful social
(unction     A large .md
enlhi tlnn  nl   ,U I ii h s w li!  In   nl
ii ii .1 im thi **.ili. n bill * hi 111
llllllll     ll .1 llli, S    III     il*
a will in lound Inten
ami attrai live.
rred to tin
in report
1 iimi il wim Into commlttet
ni iln* i
i mitt*
Ihal   'in
approprial " ' ■
1 nmi nl tin appropi 1
id *  ■■*• * oil 111
i*. aid ni lu iiih.   wai
in   ih,   :
(in ti ..nmi 11 ed in
requi 1   hi  B  C   Bl   Rj   Co
In   11   UIU.     Iln    u-lial    SUB
morning ichednle,
CAI'ILANO TRUNK KOAD
i'ln- project oi constructing a
trunk road irom  thi western
limits ol the tity to [Iomahor
ba) is receiving ■constant al-
lintion at lhe bands ol the dis
iritt council, and the matter is
now taking tleliuite shape. The
delaili an all practically arranged,  and unless unexpected
ilillnilllles develop,   thc   lit law
Iwill shortly be In readiness in
gn to the ratepayers. The roud
is designed to ba a marine drive
lm   ti mi isl  tl.ivcl  as well as a
mink road for adjacent territory along its entire length,and
will proceed as follows: Along
Keith road Irom'the cilv limits
10 the western boundarv of D.
I,. 556, thence along Robaoa
inad extended along the northern boundary ol Capilano Indian reserve, through D.L. 237,
to again join Keith road, from
which point Keith road will In
followed to ils presenl ln-rmiiia-
imn at Eagle harbor, but deviations will be made where required, to improve the grade 01
to otherwise increase the efficiency of the road. From Kagh
harbor a new section will be
built to lollow the mosl feasible
unite to Horseshoe bay. Tlic
road will be cleared to the full
width of tils feet, ditched and
graded,and a liiaiadami/.ed road
led will be made thirty feet in
width, The wurk entails a
gii.it deal ol rock cutting particularly through district lots
558, 559 and Sll, All bridges
will be of steel,   with   concrete
foundation,
For the purpose  of  financing
tin project, the district included
will be divided into three assessment district! as follows: East
Capilano assessment district,
consisting of district lots 264,
.'Wi, 552, 60I, 6ol, rn;, "isA and
8>S. The charge against this
Haiti'1 will be approximately
{17,000, West Capilano aaseaa
meill distiict consisting of dis-
trict ims »37, .s.s j, 555, 556, 761
;'■-', 763, 775, 7*3, 790i WJi 'S"*S'
Sis, 8l6, Bl7, I2S.A and n.ih to
MSI* The charge against this
distriii  will  be approximately
&73, 1   ol   whnh   the   districi
council pn'puses in provide $4.s-
iinii mi iln general credit nl ilu-
distriit, in Iiui ol the cost   ol
lhe tnlistriulliitl ol the bridges
Cyptail   Bl sissnielil    district,
1 .insisting; ol district lots   430,
sS7. 55*. ^S:' S<J. 771. 77=* 773
Mi, n;ii. 884, 885, 's'Sh- SK7* sss-
889, 890, 114H, 940, 1240, 1241,
1343, '.VU, 1345, I W.I, 14114,
1 in, 1195, 1 (i)ft. The cost of
tins section is estimated al
(111,433. low.ml ihis amount
it is understood that the provincial government will contribute $50,000 and the mumi!
will ask lhe rati pavers to pro-
tnle the sum id 15000, the 11
inainder to lie raised bv means
iati baaed npoa the
ul   value  nl  each   distriit
Inl, the same method In Ik- lol-
lniteil   in each  iif  lhe iiiiii I    as
*    im lit dlstriitn.
Tin sm\ 1 v nl llu  mad.   nnd
ihe   esiiinaies   iu   connection
iln i»\v ith,  havt   luili   made liv
Donald   Cameron,    consulting
dlslliil ellgilln 1
I'    0    R
'the annual meeting nl l-.agles
A. 1 u- No, 1794, of North Ann
couver, was held mi Wnlnisdat
,tilling    The following officers
Were appoinled Inr the ensuing
President   K. H* Tarn
Via rrtsidiiii   in.is. Brewer
Secretary—John i-'.iv
Treaaurer- K. M, Lain
i haplain  T. 0. Mill,
Inside guard   .!. S. Xi'lhur
nui nh guard  A  wi11
Trustees   S   II    Walker, t".   (.
1   Smith and 0  A  Evenson,
1   1 in in a nhn iis will aaaami
tin ir duties with tin* in w yaa
1  *    'ss  ni  the Order  in
ul it tm gratifying,  and
11 is hoped lo attain 1 nmnber
ship ni nn hall million within
ihi' \eni I
Local and Personal Items
Jack I.outet and N. I,onsd:ile
H. .1. Siuylhe is building a residence on Keith road west.
J, Durnissean   is  building    I
house 011 liewicke avenue.
Fill-men's annual ball, Horticultural hall, Friday, Jan. 7th.
W,inleil. -- To buy seasonal
cordwood in the woods. D. I<.
Jiclntoininey.
High class music, choice program, at the lireiiien's ball, on
January 7th.
V,. \\. Vance has established I
real estate ollice at 1107 Lonsdale avenue,
Lost.— A black leather purse
containing coin, tickets and paper items, l'lease leave at Kxpress ollice.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K Davis .1
Lonsdale avcnui alld 13th sited
have gone to California for tin
winter.
L. S. Katon and lamily hate
removed from Vancouver to a
house- on 4U1 street near St.
George's avenue.
G. Shepherd returned to town
this week Iroiii the north, having completed his duties (or the
■eaaoa as manager of lhe Good
Hope Cannery.
Percy King was an outgoing
passenger on Thursdaiy, bond
for Calgary, to attend the Conservative convention,which convenes there this week. lie will
return early next week
North Vancouvei will gather
lh. 11  ' In 1  li .niit   and her 1 hit
all-* " at the I'm nun's ball    al
* hm tn uli ui .il hall, Jan. ;lli
.Airs. J. Diersseii returned re-
centlv from a sojourn of some
months on tlieir iruit ranch in
California. Mrs. Diersscn had
with her on her return several
interesting samples of twigs
blaring lemons and oranges
MASONS   BLECT   OFFKI.kS
Grand Master Al  W   Bro.tich
paid his olTinal visit to Hurrard
lodge No. 50, A.K. & A.M., on
Friday evening last-    He was
accompanied by District Dcpuu
R. f. Bro. J. J. Miller of \ an-
totivir. The lollowing olbuis
win elected for the ensuing
term:
WM.-W. L. Boult
S W.-J. S. I'illinjr
I.AV.-J. G. Bennett
Treas.—W. J. Irwin
Suretary—A. S. Billings
Tyler-R. F. Whcaton
NKW   FHRRV BOAT
Ferry Manager T   AI   Heatd
retained this morning Irom Victoria, where he had gnne Inr tin
piirpns, nl lonlcrring with   the
imu ni mariin  architects, to
whom lhc plans ol the prOBOl
d new   leirv  sli,illlel   hate lu< li
submitted lor revision. The
work with leiuiiiit tii iiii plana
is not quite completed, but 11 is
upactad that tim will again bt
in the hands ol tiie lerry dun 1
ors in a lew   dats.   a MB   immediate steps will be taken   to
arrange lor the innstnuUmi m
the boat.
HOARD OF TRADI-!
The executive of the. board of
trade, met Tin I.it tuning. In
addition to routine business tin
matter ol liettc-r telephone arrangements     with     Vancouver
was diacuaad, ami 1 committal
1.insisting practicallv ol the
int'inbers o| the committn mi
tninmiric and industries,   was
appointad to totkt with tin it
C telephone company, and to
submit the proposition thai lo
cal business nrms be charged
the same molltlllv rental as sim
ii.n in ms in  vancoaver,  and
that all inlls Vuh reaped to
them lietwetn this iilt nnd
A'.iiiiniiti 1 Ih abolished It is
rtpoftad that there is good reason   tn   believe   lhat    the   lib
phoni company will compit
with thib request.
Bidet Murray Co, Kn luu
ance.
The nitht of all nn Ills—Hogmanay niclit.
The court ol revision on the
city voters' lists, will be held oil
Tutisday, December II,
Born.—To Mr. and Mrs. John
.lohaiinsnii, ,)th .slu-', or. Tuesday, Dee. 7th, a daughter.
Wanted.—Private board and
room for three nun, not too iar
from ferry.    Apply this oflice.
The foundations wire laid
this week for two new houses on
6th street, east of Lonsdale ave.
Mr and Mrs. I). G. Dick are
again residing in iheir house on
the loriltr ol Ist strict and St.
Andrew's avenue.
Ro.iiii to lit luinishiil or un-
iuinishi'd, terms moderate, Ear-
land, :nd street, opposite l'al-
ace hotel.
Lost     A leather ticket holder
containing  1 sum al nuwejr,
Finder please leave lhe same at
this ollice     Reward.
Privttl Sale ol Household
Kin-its.—At the lisiiliiuc nl A.
S. Bruce, iub slrni west,commencing   AW'dncsday,   the   Ijlh
For Rent.—North Vancouver.
Two nicely lumishid badrooma,
on cariine, near lerry. Apply-
to H. tt., 114 Upper Keith road
I initialling. — For all Kinds
of ii.lining and t.am work, laud
clearing, etc. 1). 1. .Uclnioiui-
niv at 132 isl slice! ia.,i, or
P.O. box 84.
TO K.UHANGK-For vacant
lots dose in, or FOR .lAl.-. A
I.nnd   sl.X-1 mini   modem   llnu.se*,
situate on Victoria l'ark east.
C. S. Young, bo Lonsdale.
A\ ill lm 1 in. v,ho p eked up
the sin... a in,   M. iicur-je
any mi ihuiMjat) ifanwoa l'<i
11.1 . 1      th,   lelnln il   In    ill.
{HI M       aa..      ,        4„Cl        tVOi   .        Lil    I"   I
iii.ubie.
Wanted Irom OWWtn  At I IUI
for sabdiviaioa aad inside imsiness properly in Norih Vancouver. Wt hate tlletlts wailing,
r.iiuial Seiuntles Co., Lid.,
441 Richards slreet, Vancouver.
Construction woik on the new
um,nte Iiiit whari, ,11 the lool
oi Lonsdale atiinie, will Ingin
11 as Iiu- inaltiial, whub
it was necessary to order Irom
the east, has arrived.
I'n lute training in all its
brain Ins 1,111 imw In plot uml
111 llus uiv, the eiitirpiising
lirm al W II Sliiim | vn
hating [d,nnl in simk a lull
line ol liaiuuig inal. nals, aa
well as the MCI ai) njiiipment
lor the work.
A Medal muting nl the iilt
1 munii will bc held this Iti
day) evening, to unci the nprr-
i\is ol the 11 C Kl Rv
Co., lo disiuss details lonnect-
ed wilh Iln I.Mill A'.illev est»n*
sion.
II Is .ilinmillitd thai al tin
request of a large   number    of
1 ratepavers, Aim 1 link has
imiseiiled lo allow his name tn
gn belore tIn 1 In Ims Ini tin
mine ol mat..1 ni North Van*
...uver.
Win   11   Mat will he a candi-
d.lli*   Inl    llli    lU.ltnt.lItt    nl    tills
dtj lm tin* ti.ir i'.ia*     Mayor
Alat    ilelinil.lt    HMI I i
lerday,   that   in   rrspnnsi   to
stmiig and p, 1 : iiiii tepreien-
I nt ions upon the p.ul a.l |,,rgi
nuniliers of irn tnls .ui I support
ers he had BOBMU d in p|,n,
his name in tinmiuntimi rs a
a indldati lot mayoi ol North
Vancouver for the ensuing year. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
BOTTI
ICl'.NSK
The application ol tim I u k
oi the Gnhl Seal Liquoi (om
pany, Vancouver, lor a idtop or
bottle license for ilns city,
was heard l>\ the board a.l li-
censing commissioners, VYcdnes
dav afternoon. The location
im whiih tin application was
made, was the first two unoccupied Ims. easl ol ii" cilj hall
on isi street, The documents
required by tht act, iveri de
posited by the applicant in due
form, The con .ideralion ol the
application revolved about two
points, namely, had the application complied with the vari
ou * details required bj tin ai I,
and. was 11 advisable that a
shnp license be granted lm tins
city, at iln- presenl nun
li wu submitted by Re'
11   Balderstou, Rei   J   II   ,;i
lam, Al  B. Martinson and oth
en  that all the1 proviaions  ol
du* ,ut had imi luu nm      li
tt.,-. specitii ilh submitted tha
the requisite signatures ol twi
thirds "i thi resideuts in block
[66, directly oppositi  the   pro
posed *ii. had ttot been pi »:nr-
cd.   .a li il "i n i'l'!:'   *'ho lu
not signed was banded in,   to
substantiate this position
P, Larson,  supported  bj   I.
Reda, contended that there w.*
no need ol a bottb  license   in
tin citj at present.    A -th ilt
sab huiiM might meet a   '
maud, h) providing foi tht sup
plying ni the i.nniK tradi. bul
a bottle license  was  op n    t i
grate abuses, and would i t lie
competition to the bar  it
suih ai 'hi local hotel   li id u
riglu i" consider unfaii. in ni  *
Of tht*    l.ul    that    thill    i :• ■
nniii   represents   hundreds   n
thousands ol dollars   and
trade had already l»eeB gi
restricted b\ recenl civic I
Iation
Ah   Tulk ippeared in pi
to adtnaate il.i granti g   a In
applic,illon,  and  submitted  his
repK tii iln  *. ti ral "' jei liou
raised
The commissioners di sired a
lurther nun loi mature con
sideratioo ol thi and
.in adjournment was had until
Al'illdat   Bl '*'     Ul   0 ihnk
Thi ap] lii il ions ol 1'  Larson
and I.   Rula inr renewal ol It
ullsis for ll"'tl Ninth A',ui.mi  '
tu and iln  I'.iiau   i *:* i i
lively   tu i
Mayoi il,it presiding Commissioners S I) Scbultz ami A
R   Sn.iait tm, present
I ntnl iiNNi-tn of over thirty million
dollnriH arc entrusted (o the custody
i){ the Himli of Hamilton.
Your Saving** Account Solicited.
II. I.. PAYNTER, Agent
.North Vancouver
ST, JOHN'S ( HURCH
Si Jiihn's church has been
lilted with a new (uinaie, and
bt Sundav next the heating ur-
|iistnl shall be snhl in anj pet
.in unless he produces lo,  and
leaves with the vendor, i  pel
mil. iu writing, Imm the chic
..I polici nr i police iiiagiitratt
or justice ol the peace, allowing rangementa will have been pir-
him lo purchase » revolver  or
pistol.'
HOCKEY
Tomorrow,  Saturda}.
BOOH,    the   local    hockey
will clash with A'n li -i.i
after-
team
III   tile
match ni ihe I'rioi   cup
at the boulevard   park,
,1 aa.llll
series,
North   Vancouver,    The
toria team will arrive by
morning boal  and  will
Au
the
ie in
North A.uitiiiitei in plenty ol
tunc iii si.ui tin match at Jtou
ii ' lock sharp      Allil  the game
iln teams will sit dnwn to din-
in i at iln Palace hotel, at As
ii', link, inlbiw nig which an in
formal smoking concert will be
held   at   lhe   same   plait',   coin
lllillilllg at 8.15 I' "'
Tin   north    A.iiii ouver   club
hopi s that as man) as possible
ol   the   Iota!   residents   will    at
tend the  match   and   gfae    the
tealll  some' , lie uill a-iliie lit,   and
ihe! also extend an open invi
i.iiimi in mie and all in attend
ilu smoking concert and mahi
things as pleasant   as possib!
(or the visitors
It tleil A janitor will bc engaged and hiiealter the congregation  will  Iind   the   building
The exectiliv.- ollicers oi St.
John's ilmrcli hau jusi received noiiie   iimt in accordance
with   a   resiilutlnn    passed     by
them at a recent meeting, the
executive coliiinitlie nf lhe dio-
eesc of New Wcstlllilislcr has
authorized a new division of
the parish I'p to July lasl,
this parish included the whole
uiv and district of North Vaniouver In July Lynn Vallev
and the adjacent lerriton was
ilulaiitl an Independent mission
The nuw parish boundary will
run from lhe waterlrnnt up St.
David's ave. lo Nth strei t.i hen
up St.  Andrew's avenue to the
northern boundary oi the cit}
The   parish   nl   Sl     John   the
Evangelist will hereafter include
onlv that  portion   ill   the   ii'v
lying westward oi ilns line An
effort will sliorth Ih- made to
organist   the   new   parish   thus
formed, and It is possible that
lu-lore long a church mav Inbuilt     Meanwhile the ailioit ol
the attentive committee speak •
volumes lioih l"i the development ol church Interests and
Ior the rapid growth oi tlu citj
Buy at the
Welcome
Parlor
And Save Money
Kin*.' A|ipli-R, 1 box  II.SO
Cooklrj| Apples, 1 box   1.50
11,*-t c'n .liner-' Butter, 31b  1.00
Car* l'aul CrubaUriaM, Mb, .    . Hi
Toaitad Corn Flakas, I pkp ... 2.1c
BIom or Con Blank 2"  15C
lliinii'-iiui.li'.lellit'K, I (ilium       15c
Sunlight or Royal Soap, nimri .     25c
last -,i,lei Uiiiiiinti or Current.
 1 (SBkaVBa1 Ulf
I'lt-nlyiaf I ri.li  I'ricd I'alil-iriiia
IV ii it k, cbrK|i.
Uruial'► liom iiii'l .Ihvii or Nslxib
I "ll**.*, I i-uiuhI            H|
W II liim- Ribbon, l.iptnn.
Ntitia.li mnl Ti-iIi-v'k TSH, '..lb        Hi
11    i,mner nap, iiiIik       Hi
I'l.nn ill l-'r.-t-li I'isiuitM.
AH luiil.- id Fri'i-li L'nnilii'., frum
I.V Iii 'iiii' ii |iiiiiiiiI.
All mnl" ol   Nute and Talili- liainn-
lilld lit-
('. nn* in mnl ili'I I  li.i*; nf t'hriiitniaa
I'.inilj*, llu- mill
1 r.niK.- I-rn|..a. md Bsaaan
Fri'.li Kt, ry li.n
Wi   -i'il  1- refli  Efft,   ChepM>. CookMJ
Mam un.l Iiiii* n nml nli knnl- ..|
(iroci'iii-i-.
t'i'.'ari. Cig«ri'ili'« and lajbaoOM
Bos of alia HlllCifsri        Na
Plenty ol othei bruidi sf ligura, To
li.iii'ii-, Clgsrplti.. .*n-
Underwear
Tin-
Sweat
weur.
nld niuhta put ua in
Hit. Knit Wnnl VaMtl
in  minii of heavy Unilerwi-ar, SliirU,
'la und uvert'lhini* necPMSr)' for winter
They nm nil kept here in ■inut iniiily for men and boy).
Men's Heavy Union Underwear tor     50c.
Men's Heavy AVool Fleece Lined,  beat quality     75c.
Men's Extra I Imt t AA md Kibbcd Underwear      1.00
Men's lilue Tip Penman's Unshrinkable Underwear...    1.25
Other lines ol A en 1'im Wool, Unshrinkable, (or 1.33 to i.jo
Boys' Underwear
In Fleece Lined, sizes lu tn $2	
Ill llraw Wool,       " 	
In Very Fine Wool, lisai 11 to 32..
Fancy Vests, Oi rr Costi
ljc. up
30c. up
50c up
111 till'
Men's Suits
atest sl\ |e|,
CUMMINGS
1 nut's Clothing,       Furnishings,       Men's,   Ladies', and
Children's Hunts and Shoes.
NKXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
S<ive your Piano by having
an Expert  do your Tuning
T. BRADLEY-TAYLOR
200  Second   St., West
w. 11. sr.ixir
w. ■-. He'.aiSoS
J.   SAWl**'
■1  i.n.ir aialn il.
I'll
isll
I'r. p a |.i>Ul an
Bolt ■srats lor Muresoo, ik* baas
inalrriiil fnr nail, ami i-i-ilin*j«
l'lione R«0
fl
W. H. STONEY <& CO.
lliiil   K. IIMIIIMW
I Ki nn Bus I.
Signs of i-vi-ry description
Wallpapers, Paints, Uils, Varnis!
Hou
si- fainting, <i
Ipcorating, etc.
n/.inj;, Paper
1, Ac.
Hanging,
Knlsiitiiiiiing
Sl:\\   FKDKRAI.  BILLS
Hill number tight
sii" • ■ ion "i tin dominion
parliament, bou before the
bouse is ni particulai interest
-.I in imi estate
transactions, inasmuch .is it
bean upmi tin methods "i con*
veyaaci at present ii
Tilt     lllll    Is    ,,11    ,|,|
the inter I  ... ty in erliBji thi
following   titei section iu
iti  rVhcncvei  on principal
ll""1' ilui   mullet
SI, 111, ,1     ',.      U
tat    * * .*   ither in imi "i .iiui
tin   I 'Ills   .iei     Is    in,I
1    ! ni ihi iiim -th,ti, in the
Mori annul
I'.: rent -ml .,1
•hi    ■■      ia,  stl|i
'ii   dm     illd   ;  1    ,1*1,
111.
•I" .    "I'll, llll I ,„
'
an*
tlth
"1"' * 11!
writinj        *   holdei     I   the
..iH' m .111 iut*
i ' mum; in ||
suck in,11,,   ,,1 1 ma 1.
month intnii,1 tin d.ii. .
Bwni     Provided  that   nothinx
11  shnll in  ,in\    n,,,    .,net l
or Imm ih, rights ol iln
1 lb,!   principal  or
Other in.nn 1 111 .un.ir
Bills N..  .. ud i:
amend the criminal code,  aad
proi idi a. lollowi
after
in JH5, h.is to do with ih,*
■' poniibility of ownei   01
'    "i afltomobiks,   and  readi
aslollon        'iln uwnci    i
dri' ai  ,,na| |„, ,,., Ig    1
wnei rn drivel 01 p. son   lb
chargi   ni un   motoi   •■.
"•"'ii Ij ".iii'l .md known .is
ja  .mt.,nn,l,||,    eel,jj, Cl	
to mu .itt.it,  .,1  sin
boll   and therebj oc< 1
.mt
guiltv 1,1 tii indictal
■
addiai   i *      **i, ,,.
tiOB
Ol  111' Uin '.*,    *
IIUllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllll
i i
: Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods j
Gent's Furnishing and Fancy Store.
.  Onr. tod and l,niv|.la ,\v,,. E.tnbl ialn-il Iwtt Telf|ilioni.M
Christmas Presents
.. simk ,. nnu complete aad on display   Wi
■ .-i.i,I tai ! ,,t. ||| , ir, ns nf .mr In .iiiidul cilv pay us
■ n -snip the Inlet.
AA 1 Iihm iln fiiilnivini* to select Ii.n.
in sad in.ni-. in -ilk, m'l. 9t
' 1 man, Rlbbnm I n -• MsUnsl*.
II   - rlllil  ll»Mlka"rl.l.'(a.
s: |r|l    I •     ii   ..,   -
* • 111 - I , |i r,iMr.
,lrti,.||..   rompriitni Broorliw, Chslas, Hat pbw, Bnri
i'ii,. 1 'i" 1 lake,&    ,1 I I*.*..
Is —un * .i* a 1 lll'»|l*r.
'la   .i.itbb'il it* II aimv laat year, a fail  uliieb
«|an»l,. 1st it-,11
Of
.tilt
DRLSSMAKING on the premises.
IIHIHII |»(>HH'H*H4frHHtHHHH<4tHfl
K_Wm
Sometimes saves the timepiece
il there is anything wrong with your
clock or watch. Bnng il to us at
once. Out expert will make ita
right again il il can bc done by
human skill.
Lijnn Valley Lumber Co.
Aie
prepared to deliver a'.
:    :    :   all kinds nf
ihortesl notice
Rough  nnd   I)r*.-H»eil
LUMBER
Citt| Office, VMonv'i.U A t   Pbone 36
P.O. ADDRE&&:       'e.XHN -CUltk, B.C.
All Jewellery carefully
repaired.
GRASSIE&Co.
J|8 Cambie Street
llll  MAN "Ho ms Tl'M li 1-liMH hm
PADEREWSKI   IS  HERE
~>, il ■ i* an*, nm.-l In ...rniiini- nli"can guaranty
.   ■    .,   |l,one I"
I. w,
W'rin,      mWard tlesaadar* Barisslsr)  no Pender streei
Phonn i .'• -"lib Viawiaei I 11 Ms i SMI
PIPI rn..,as tVOBK a si-h 111 iia ChstssiMsssnn
UM   mat.-r   »!.*n   vmi   taa  0*  tODOS   Bert  'I"
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
! 0* K BAKERY \
t And CONPECTIONERY
All new houses should be piped lor gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure for this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HI-AT *
POWKR CO., UMITKP.
f.onsdnle Ave.
Furniture
i^aaaipA
TO Sill THE WANTS
EVERYBODY
hi
MPIMR1
CARPEI   SQUARFS
Somi-: CHOICE PATTERNS
In li'ul. dn i ii mnl Fawn
ihadai
I'ki. i •
.«**-,'     • , • '  '  v A  |te.fO
SOME
PREHY
:'i-w DESIGNS in
P4RI0R Piters
M(!!
.is Chairs
Kl'   "     ..I/O'"-      *   Hl8.00
Sll IS f0" itll'if tROCKtRY WANTS
[f
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l..,ra»d»laa   An.
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URKADaCAKR^  PASTRY, BTC.
IHI IT. CANDIES,
CIOARH \M> TOBACI 08
STATIONERY, MAGAZINES
OFFICE SUPPLIE8, ETC
Fred. Bosquet,   Pro|).
I*; Loi   1.,to Avi
Ni.tr I'Vrn l.innliir.'
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Subdivision in D. L. 2« 0.1
Commencing on MONDAY the 4A,       __, _. _.  . . _ ,   .   _...
Wi will offer for nale BO foul lols in   LYNN   VALLEY
in 'in- to llu- car-line, store, school, and eburohss, with very light clearing anil in a
llnt-elue looitioo, at the very low price of $180 (oi insidi lui; nnd $160 for
i-oriHTs.   Termi, $26 cash, halancc $10 per month.
THESE I'H 1<'Ks are fully 25 percent. LESS thnn is paid tor hits in the adjoin-
in-: properties.
/.'/■//  IS lATE It A't IKEA'S
NORTH VANCOUVER, R.O.
Phaat ■,-,'. P.O. Bnt ri
Martinson & Co.
♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦  aaaattf THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
A   Word   About Our
Children's Department
IJThe Children's Department has always been an
important branch ol this establishment. Good styles
and uniformly low prices have been responsible for the
steadily growing patronage of mothers who appreciate
economy as well as quality in looking after the clothing
needs of their children, fjlf you, madam, have not
favored us with your patronage—if you have never
inspected our stock, you have yel to learn of better
styles, better qualities and better values. <|Thc winter
stocks are now replete with garments of every description for infants, children and misses.
Come tomorrow and inspect the many gift suggestions
that we are offering in Children's Dresses, Coats, Bon-
net», Fancy Knitted Goods,   Bibs,   Kiinonas. Etc,
A pleasure to show you our stock always
KlrM Kluor
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
575 Granville Street Phone 3541
MJRim .liNCOltl It FERRY 11*11 TABLE
STEAMER
Leave Van.
*6.Jo a.m
7-30   "
8.30   "
9-15 "
10.15 "
11.15 "
tj.13 p.m,
1.15 "
2.15 "
3.15 "
415 "
5.15 "
h.l.S   "
7-35   "
8.I.S   "
1.15   "
10.15   "
•u.is "
Time
ST. GEORGE
Leave N. Van.
•6.45 a.m.
7-50   "
8.50   "
9-45   "
10.45   "
n-45 "
12.45 P-m,
'■45 "
2-45 "
3-45 "
4-45 "
545 "
6.45 "
7-45 "
8.45 "
9-45 '
10.45 "
•n-45
STR. NORTH
Leave N. Van.
*6.2o a.m.
•7.20   "
*8.20    "
9.20   "
10.15   "
11.15   "
12.15 P-lu-
1.15   "
2.15 "
3-15 "
4-15 "
5-«5
6.15 "
7-25 "
8.15 "
9-15   "
10.15   "
11.15   "
• Not on Sunday.
Tabic subject to than Re without
VANCOUVER
Leave \au.
"6.45 a.m.
*8.oo   "
•8.50  "
9-45   "
10.45   "
n.45   "
12.45 P-m-
1-45   "
2.45   "
3-45  "
445   "
5-45   "
6-45  "
7-45   "
8-45   "
'lib  '
10-45  "
12.00
notice.
LYNN VALLEY
I 1 OOM HO'USR:      CORNI R LOT sn ■ 1 1 FRET.
I'll It K >5'>>   CASH Iwo   Terms tto per month,
F in  loti (I  , i.'j del each, : blocks Iron   centre ot l!ou-
le-aid. i'ini i2$u each, it no cash, balance itio per month.
MAY & BURNS
Real Kstate and Financial Agents
""nn ta t   r rn tai\
flfl 0 ML tU 111
THE SEWERAGE SYSTEM
December 8th, 1909.
To the Editor ol tin- BsptlH,
Sir:
In your article dealing with the
scweiagc question and your lepurl
nl tin- lit ill meeting of ratepayers
at which it was discussed, you did
not mention the alternative mode
of taxation which was suggested by
'myself and suppinted, I think, by
Mr   lli-inlirson.
Probably I'did not make myself
clear; I will explain the idea as
dearly as ponibls: All sewerage,
as lUMMtod by the engineer, to
he paid lor jointly by the city antl
property owatriwhoM property is
abutting nn the sewen, the city's
proportion to be made up largely
out ol the trunk sewer so that the
trunk line will pav no more in proportion than propertv owneri in
other pails of the citv. So far all
systems are in accord.
I For the construction of the lateral sewers I mggest that the total
cost for the whole city be ascertained as in'arlv as possible at the
outset and thus the cost including
interest per foot estimated. Each
[ vear before the rate is struck the
iasied value ol all property abutting on possible sewer-lines shall
, be ascertained, then the total cost
I of lhe sewers outside of the city's
proportion can be compared With
the total assessed value of frontage property and its per centage
ascertained. During the year following whenever under the local
improvement sewerage by-law sewerage is granted to any street or
block the assessed value ol each
lot or Dlock on that street will be
taken aud .the sewerage tax for the
year applied on the basis of the
per centage fixed at the commencement ol the year as above de-
icribsd.
It is rather difficult to make the
matter clear hut 1 think that it may
be undeislood Irom the lb IH outline.
I uh convinced that the system
is practicable and will mean little
, itIS clerical labour. The result
will be well worth any extra trouble caused because 11 will ic-siilt in
just—as against unjust—taxation.   !
II this system is carried out we |
shall have" all the advantages of,
the local improvement In-law with
out nnlaii incidence ot taxation on
lli. OUtlyin| pnitionsot the city.
The more valu ible msnle property
which is,   ami  will   hi Iiill   ni"H .
largely rased bj iveelthyotniiden
and by corpoi ItlODI, will pa\ the
heavier share ol the taxation .nnl
ths owneri aj moderate meant who
cannot allurd to huy msi.K- piupcr-
ty at ils present valuation will not
be discouraged irom putting in the]
improvements which are so much
to be desired in the interests ol all
I trust that this suggestion will
be thoroughly considered belore
any definite action is taken.
Yours, &c,
COLIN F. JACKSON
NofjtH VaNcoUVer
HOSPITAL
CONDt'CTID >T
THE MI USE a DAW SOS
Certificated Surgical, Mmlii-al and
Maternity NuriM
NtflM Snt Out on AhShUm
For   term,  apply   at  tbt Hoipltal
Cur. I full Htrtwt i. 8t. iidraw'l Art
phone ao
^HI«ll«IH.IIIimil<«ll8.,H«HII.IIH..fir
MI9R ALICE M. STEEDS
Kxiierit-nivii TKACHKK Of MIMC
Ca niiii'ili' Irmn l,ei|iiigConsorv»toriuni
Tuition in Fnulii-h, French and Herman
I'tipim |iri'|i»iv.l fa.r teaehen' and Uni-
■aiT-nv exaiiiiiialioiiH.
LtMonigivinil pupil'd ntiosm,
Termi Moderate.
A.lilrm:—Capilaim,   North Vancouver.
D. C. SCOTT, Propri-tor
.1 full nud eoniplett limit tf droceriei
h'ruiii, liitirti I'mtlitcli, Flour mid Feed
Vnjrtablri, f.'tc, kfft on hand.
Delivery in.de tu all ji.rta ol lh. c:ly
Cor, frith Road and Nation Avmie
Phone 82,      Xorth Vancouver
ll.
ill
■Ilnn i./',i.'iii..v
of
all km.Is nl Minion and Antique Furniture, Store, i nlice, Bank and Bar Ftl-
iiiiei.   Kopairmg iu all iti brsncliM.
II   IIM it   Hit   ■ llll-Ai.l*.
171 Third St. 0. Ret. I'btiter'.lil .nl Loo.dill
uppoatti aehuol
MAIL URbEKH niven prompt atUulioD
leaders for Debenture Issue
TENDERS are invited by the
North Vancouver City Ferries,
Limited, lor $128,000.00, 40 year
5 per cent. Debentures ol the
Company, guaranteed by the
Corporation of the City ol
North Vancouver, l-'or lurther
particulars apply to the subscriber, with whom tenders
must be lodged belore 12 o'clock
noou ol lhe 22nd day ol December, 1909.
The highest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
All envelopes to be addressed
to the Secretary of the Company, and marked, "Tender lor
Debentures."
H. E. KEMP,
Secretary-
Vancouver, B. C.
November 18, 1909.
SEVBMTBBN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
We cm handle as many more.     II you are thinking of building
see us and talk the matter over
CAMPBELL £. MILLER
205 LonnUle Ave.
North Vnnonuvfr
If You Are Looking for
Good lyings For Xmas
You cannot do better than call
and examine our stock.
Malaga Grapes, jusi arrived
per Ib,    25c
Chiver's Preserved Plums and Gieengnges .     per bottle   35c
1 hese have just arrived Irom England and are first-class
Get your orders in early lo avoid delay
C. R. HICKMAN
lhc Quality Store
Phone 40 llll Lonsdale
COAL
NEW WELLINGTON Coal
direct Irnin llie niiii.-H.
l'lao' your ord-m now ami
marum vour tr—taft 'I'l'l'ly
Uriiaiiliipiiieiit! will arrivt
in a lnw dajri. Price* ritihl.
Urge supply of WOOD
alwavs 011 liand    ....
P.   LARSON
Hotel North Vancouver
Telephone No. a.
3rd itreet, cor. Lonsdale ave
BI.ACKS.M1TH1NG
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
ETC., ETC.
Tool Sharpening a specialty
il. E. KRIOER
Expert on Fireplaces and al!
classes of Brickwork
Corner Fifteenth i-l. ami Mtlion Ave.
B*K
Look lor the above trade mark,
the sign ul quality, on your
cereal foods.
We manufacture thi best
Rolled Oats
on the market today.
Leave your orders with us lor
HAV, GRAIN
ANU   CHOP
Prompt Delivery
Satiifaction Guaranteed
». Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
Limited.
Lonsd.ile Av.nue,
at Ferry  Landing
Jas. Chapman,   local manager
NUGGET
JEWELLERY
Your lar distant (rii-ml* will knalj UffBnt—tt Christinas
gifts nf nugget-mounted pld jewellery.
Ilrooelies, Waleli Chains, Cuff I.inl I, Ti> I'ini, laWfPtns,
bar Pins, ete., are iiiehiiloil in lliis ulqtH line. Nuin'iiir- tt
Canada, nf Hritish Columbia and of VanenuviT likewise make
very desirable gifts.   Tliey convey te iriemU nn impnot f
this, your in|.,pte,l host,
Our Itoi'ks in thi-si- line- liatve BNS MMshM with eaire anil
taste.   Tliey offer nne<|Ualli>il iipiairlniiily for elmii-i'.
Your selection flu ml. 1 lie nisi *n,,w, that mur -.'ids may
reach llieir destination before Christmas.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Gold and Silversmiths
Qeo, K. Trorey, All cars stop at Birk's
Managing liir.vtnr r
MMWWi
•^'^^•\•v\•v■*A^l^►v*^^•v■*'Vv^'W*'^^
Chas. H. Cates
PILE DRIVING
AND
General Contracting
APPLY AT
HEAD OFFICK—Rooms 12 and l.i,  FUck Block
163 Hasting? Street. W     TtUpboM WW
Or Cate'.o Wlutrf, North Vanooovtr.    Phone IM
S>^e^i.^*«^^i«^*^^^.^**^
(ii
Cars leave  ferry  landing lor \   Cars leave Lonsdale  Avenue,
all points, as follows: Keith   Koad,   and   Queensbury
Avenue Terminals as lollowi:
•6.15 a.m.
*6.45   "
•7,20   "
7-50   "
8.20   "       _
8.50   "
9.20   "
9-45   "
After which cars leave at ten
minutes past thc hour and twenty minutes  to  the hour  until
midnight.
Not on Sunday.
•6.05 a.m.
•6.30   "
♦7.00   "
*7-35   "
8.05   "
8-35   "
9.00   •'
9.25 "
9-43 "
10.25   "
10-55   "
After which cars leave at live
minutes to the hour aid twes-
ty-five minutes after ikt liotr
until midnight.
For Grouse Mountain take the Lonsdale Avenue car. For
Lynn Valley take the Queensbury Avenue car. For Capilano
take the Keith Road car.
West Vancouver Moter Launch Service
Launch "\V. st Vancouver." Captain Hlack
Licensed lor 35 passengers
TIME TABLE
Las***** Weit Vuroiivei
U.illrl.iirn Wh.rl
Ivery Oao la, i|il ftunda-
7.35 a.m.
9.00 I.m.
11.00 i.m.
13.00 p. m.
1 j.oo p 111
17.00 p.m.
19-00 pill   SMluidaas Snli •'-       P ni
* 30 a.m  sUnda) fteh-dule i4.0op.SI
17.00 p.m       ' "  ii.oo p.1.1
• V nnnr
.'inr.   Wbail
H.oo a.m.
10 00 i.m.
a.m.
14.00 p.m.
ib 00 p.m.
11 mi p in
Quickest route from Nortli Vancouvi I 1 I the district beyond
Capilano River. Launch "West Vancouver" nukes connections, without tail, with the lerry steamers Irom North Van
couver, as per above schedule
PALACE
HOTEL
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Board ol
Trnde meets the third Tueiday
of each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in the board room, City
lTall. Executive meets the firit
Tuesday of each month. W. J.
Irwin, president; J. G. Farmer,
secretary,
Ratis :
tt on per and up.
Special ratel to fain
ilies and to regular
hoarders	
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIITORS
Sicond Stsiit,   ....   NORTH   VANCOUVER, B. C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. G
tin; express
N OR I II   \   IS*.,.; UK    |;     C.
I; .,i* oi   a Hcmmo* i
One.i ear |1 00
Six monthi  •        •       •       .SO
Tlir.*i* months    •       • .U
Cubed Stilt,-- an i Foreign,fl.Wper year
AliVKKIISIV,   KATI>
I'aa.v.iHM  Dun u   Idi i si   i si vn—
.Vi cents per Inch each Insertion.
l.onoi NoTIOH, l.n     (. "" I' I null pel
Inulilll.
I.AUI IMi I'l'llll'II Sm ICH
i.n-i.ii-. 17.00,
Lmiii .Vol i iTiaiau   I iral iust rl
cci.i- pi : uin* i i.i* t* MU'*-* uUMll n..-,r
tiun, ■ r  per line.
II i, 11... , Notici    is Local  N iws
earn   lUiseii *■ li iuier i
Comu a  Aw. a**.-. *n i-   Rates .ir*
I'.ia'i* taken,
All i
Bail   '   Hi   lie ban Imil the priiiiM b)
I'a *
in llie Ha St   iWUl .
■
Norn
'. i.. In  . iu, lyog
V. B, C, II,
tin fhursday .md l;iial,i\ 1.1
nexl week, ii,uiiiK Dcainilaii 16
ami i;\ Uu annual meeting ul
the l mun oi linu-h Columbia
Municipalities will be held m
ilns citj.    ilic privilege ol tn
U'1't.illlllij; this   .tiiiiu.il   cull,ui
iion,  is  one  thai  li  eagerh
SOUJ-Ill     \i)      llll-    lllllllll IJi, llll US
throughout the province, sad
the lin.il delegates at lasl years
convention, mi.unh nerved thi
interest! ol both cit) snd .Ijs
iini w,,1 iii their successful el
lurts to -inin iln convention
ior lyoy.
Ihe constitution ul tlu anion
is such .is in devati ll .a mm
lu the position ol a bo ol tin
posing proportions, ol dtdibem
livi ability ol a high order,and
ui gn al iiiiiai.iiic in iii.iHiis in
legislation, pertaining iu municipal interests.
iln uiiiDii consuls ui tin
mayoi 01 iin reevi ol each mu
niapalitj .n Briu h. Columbia,
in liis ui.icial c.ipaciii, logeiin,
with delegates irom each citj
ur ilisuici council, in i
uaiii .ii*iuui,iui, numbering  ia
ull    abuul    .sl.U). .\ul    oilh
iiiiii, is iin personni
llllli'li   lli.l'li   Up   i,|   l|,c|i  ,,|   0ut
J      .lllal     ,,|     t-KUg
III" '•   .IlilUllkl      111     llnil      |.
livi i.iiiiiiiiji.iiiu,s, but uny .a
su carr) aiih them in thi an
1111,11 convention, ail the dignu)
aim Un inuuence ahich pertain
tu tin ,ir, and tm district mu*
ttlUpal Ill,   pun,ik,
llllllll      HI,,.!,,!
uiiimi..i. ui mc convention,
iuui uu cuuu Held ui iiiiiiiM
 ,
include many m.nuis ol ,i mu
mivtous ii.iiiii, am] ,„ ,,,,   a
..unin.      .iiiii.*
.
i     be   i oik. .
i
•1)        11.1111!'
*
»ith Unin ,i gr-.iii | *
ui iiiiiii.in., in shaping   i., ,
-       'i'l       I'a llllllll. II ,,.    | |,
«lii h the) apply.
North   Vancouv*   bj ,,*
lackjlg   U1   ..
hospitality,  sad  srithom   pn
CaUoa,     lllis      ll.l
sili honored in having con!
»po    ":   ihi distinction ot ss
''' ' *    *''. ut I    ,
1,1 au .  ol the spun  <,i *
sip ahieh North  Vancou
m cit)  .unl districi  entertain
loward    listei    municipalitii|
throughout  Hie  province,    i,
ol Ihi inherent n our is
and luture possibililics a n
b)   tho a    iiunicipalhiss  whi h
thi official!]
si'iH   ia.a ausi ol ilu impi.rtaiiii
relating ti
worth   ol   the   representative
men ill lhc   iininiiip.il   lile    of
British Calmnbla, who com-
pom ilu- convention, Nurtli Vancouver «ill extend to ths man-
ben ul llie iiniuii u warm   and
muli,il welcome, coupled with
sincere wishes lur the pleasantness ni their sojourn, the harmony ul then proceedings, and
tin success ui their deliberations,
ii is nut in any tense to de-
n.ni num ilic sincerity oi thi
(ongoing obsei rations, i>> man
iiest ilic i.ni that North Van
. i is liiliy alive lu the vanii
Irom ilic standpoint  ui  desii
publicity, oi tin   prssenci
w1111111 ini bounds, ol lhe mem-
in ,s ,.i iin i iia ,11., in annual
. "ia i Ution. The     mc.nbcl's
' Ives, being men versed in
.i,.ii.iis municipal will in ijttich
asp ever) feature oi the
natural resources, tli nd-.au
lagci   and   lhe   in.>s*>,lillltl>*.   ol
iln North Miuic ul Burrard m
ui      iln knowledgi acquired,
and   lllc   iu\ulablc   cuudtisluiis
attained in this respe.t, by the
iis ul ilic convention, v\iii
. i led by them tu iheir respective homes, with the result
thai -North Vancouver uill have
distributed tliiuiigliutii tlic in
uu province, a company ui
warm Iriends in influential po-
illll.lis,  Mllu kllUM   W 111 11 oi the)
.ilium,   ami   iwiu   \iill   not   bi-
'i ipeah a uiml oi commendation HI her bcliall as tip
pui 11111111 ma) occur.
Further   than   this,   the   un
iU proceedings oi the iun
ia,  ale  ul  smh public 1110-
incni, that they will be given
iiii widest publicity b) Iks
press, ihioiijjboiu British Columbia  and  beyond.    Through
lhc i,lid.mil   id   llu    I .iii.uliaii
municipal Journal, the official
organ ol Ihs l nion ul i anadiu
Aluiiiiipalltlcs,  with  w Inch    llu
piii\ uu lal unions an .ubliau-d,
mil reports ui Ihs ptoccsdingi
nt iln convention will be
*.t prominently to ihe noun in the nn liiini s iii cit) ami
iiiiiiiii    iiiiuiills,  as  Well  as .'1
othei   influential  circles in Uu
dominion,     lu  all  ilus  wide
pi ad publicity, ilu my   and
thi diatrict In which the conven
lion is In id, must tiiiiipy a pro
iiiiiniii pan, iln advantages ui
which .in* patent to all, who
recognin tin benefits ol municipal ,it,i 11 .isiiij;.
I l.diHibtnlly, tin  appl mu lung
niiiiui nun will iu.ill. all auspl
event in iln annals ol •<
yeai   uliuh  has imu iliala, le)
tied b) inun) notable occurn ni
Bl al   Nollh  \ .iiu.iiiui
A CHANCE TU VU'ili
lodging num presenl possibil-
iln* mosl  n.i.nng  rati
.a tin* city, will mu Ii.im
n   in complain  ilus
a.i an) p.iiniii ul ballots,
in  thi "I  hi. ii.un Iiim,
.   api ilmig iim   lbs
Ilnn  au  to dati ,   i i
ui sight, which
,.i.ii mul iiill hau opportoni
I)   Iii  111.ilk Tlliy   all   as  Inl
luws      I'mil   un. .L'I
ll,lllllll.   in.i."I     .liallllll.ll.ll I
11..I i.m   commission
rn.   ballots  referring  to
in.uti i by laWS, nam. h 'hi si*u
11.i-i    istun l,\ law, lhe wall i
um ks extension b) law, tin
pai I.   improvement b) laa, th
uahing nnu luiiiii in laa
 I a b\  law   I" |'i <i\ uli' I.'I  lbi
purchasi   ..i   additional  ichool
also .un b) i.m to  i'i"
llde  lor  llll   iill l.l'ill  nl  llll   ' ii*
iiiiii wards, im sUctioa ptvpos
■ i ,i In law in grant an St-
llll.slli     ll.lllllllse   In   ilu   Nnrth
Vaacoovei Light, Heal I Po*
cr Co.
These     In  law *      m      nil     "1
l..l.h     liiipiirl.inie,    wlille
a,i    ihein   ll.i' e   tu  dn   with
The   Sherwin-Williams   Paintt   Cater   thi    Earth
Specials for   THIS WEEK
3rd Street        West Gtpilano    M CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS
Is in  the public eye
A 5-ronni house in block 129
lot a 1 ish payment of H800 and
the baUncc as rent.
I'riee only $2700
See  us about   acreage in the
coming west end.
ELDER MURRAY CO.
MT .Ninth VtUlininer
8,91 Ytncourei
MILLINERY
A CHRISTMAS HAT
at lowest price
H0 a.nal liiiim IUI.Ior      M-SS
1 17 <i ll.l. lur.. tS.M
II  .a.ll.l I.UI ll.ti.fnr .  I'i.U
II lay ll.niin.l.nl 11.11 Pru**
l'i... lift ll.l.) Jink. I. ltSKII.il
FANCY GOODS
An N ItffWOrk,   Khiiiv Xiiiii.  S..I.I
...  1 iit.. ,  I n.i     I.||l|i*lil>,'i|i,   H Ml ln,|i
I    ,,   1,1     .11*1       I.lll*.I    iVllll'       I'l'a.-,
Med .11.1 Ullll.l  1 ll.llla.UTa.la-.  win..
>nd l.aiid. Rat-Ill I .1.111 ry B.|>,
M.li-tlMl. (Ot lli.lklllK.   nl-" I'*""ll- 'Ul'
lllatruclliill.
Mon oo»n Mih faming until 1 o'l lm I
until litlrta.
Srtla,, .1,,. s, |0 p.m.
MISS  CURLB    2>5 li'Mc Are.   Xmll, V„„,'„;c
A
Kootenay
Range
Would
Make
Her
Happy
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5:
TUP. I.OXSDALP PHAKMACl
SELLS DRUGS AND MPPIC/XPS
AT   VANCOUVKR   PRICES    . . .
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE US A TRIAL OX YOUR
NEXT ORDER. I'HOXE tt)
Th.
Clothes Wringers
Washing Machines
Carpet Sweepers
Asbestos Irons
Sewing Machines
Carving Sets
ien we
have
Nickel-plated Copper
Coffee Perculators
Tea Pots
Tea Kettles
Silverware
Table Cutlery
1
And olher goods, which would make excellent
Christmas Gifts.
Paine  <& McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
/• £ THOMAS, /'/nn. 11
Dii rut;/sr    j
.Xa^.;.<..X*-K*<'^X^"M,*,X"? •:"X"X"W"X"."X<♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦     Thi    Sherwin-Williami    Paint 1   Cotir   thl    Earth
unit..I
P1MEN810N LUMBEB
3HJPLAP
RUSTIC
BH1NOLK8
LATH
FINISHING LUMBEB
ETC., BTC.
thtr pnOtS Wl  r'njhl.
LET US GIVE YOU A
Ult; UIIE OE VtiUll
LUMBER BILL
SEYMOUR LIMBER
CO., L[D.
-IH.M
17th Slreet. North Vancouver
I. (). 0    F.
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
JS, meets every Thursday even-
in*;, corner Lonsdale avenue and
First street, it 8 o'clock. Visiting ibrethren cordially invited to
attend. Kdwin l'l-crs, N. G.;
Thos. S. Nye, kec.-sec.; J. H.
Pilling, Fin.-sec.
SEE US FOR
SASH      DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC., ETC
BURRARD S'.SH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
Wt mlii-it » tri»l bid on rour Orilor. nimll or lirge.
UL
General Contractor
CLKARINQ, GRADIHOi  EXCAVAT-
im;, Kn*.
2J!i mn m rsi. ■ HoHti Vancouver
A. FARRO
Generul Contractor
Uml CaSning, — 1 i>in 1 > imi Bach
ltl«.titi|i. Ml cure nrtr hlSIMi
All ,Iiiii.>hi- muli* ij.kkI.
IMI'l. llYMINT     AIIKNCY
• Mil (SL.  WMt uf I  ..,,».! ,1*
I'll    !».■• 1.
North Vancouver Specials
DOUBLE CORNER, close to Grand Boulevard, lize
100x147. Price J875. $275 cash, balance b, 11 and
is months at 7 per cent.
LOT ON 10th STREET, all cleared, close to cir. Price
f525.   One-third cash, balance 6 and 11.
v 11 1.0T CLOSE TO LONSDALE.      .O50.    »«5 down,
1'hI.iik. fm pii month.
C. E. Lawson
Real Estate Specialist        15 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 70
■Sll
111 itters "I the weightiest n.il
di 11 ii,, progre i ol thi city
which i.ili within  thc  pireicv [old Intsresl l*»olvvd
convention, snd   ■ hould rssnll is lhc pollia| ol
ol iiii   ]ii.in..1   .ii.iiii)    snd It/«r) Ln ^c \ iii t
groceries
provisions
b00t6 and shoes
gents' fUhNisHiNgs
Oui mn 1-10 «ive MtWsction
tn .mt cnstMwrs,
Onr ili-lnm U'»" 10 all pSTtl nl
t|,r , il\      II Miu li.iM'im lidi
plinili'   kHVI   \ -nn   MWm  .Uld
mir ili-liveiv «ill Clli.
DODDS t-
TYSON
Telephone 41
Cor. Rth St. md Lonvlnh
Tii WHOM IT MAV CONCERN
lli n.ill,!,  .ill ini'lil''. dm   'lie
Ol.ili.Uii    l'iilii|'.nn     0
llus nt), will lie paid I" I hli
||   Nm  i,nl\. wlm will |ivi   tl
nipt lor thc same.
Pioneer
Bakery _
!s. H Walker,   •   Proprietor
Pitsh I'.i. id dsil] d'-iiM " tl
In .ill (ihil*. nl the uiv*
'■il il
4 im   j cenl
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
IIK.II GRADE CAKE
PASTRY, l.O
PIONEER BAKERY
N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1909-1910
lv. iv  Tiiim1.iv -Class.    St. Andrew's Society.
Iln    i- Dance     Merry Widow Chili.
Dii. tn Mrs  C.rccn-ArinytaKe.
Du    u Danci.    Merry Widow Club.
I,in    ~ Dame.    N. V. Fire Hrigade
I.m   |J Annual Meeting,    Horticultural Society.
Inn   11 Dance.    Merry Widow Club.
Jta, j,S Dance.    Merry Widow Club.
lib   11 Dauce.    Merry Widow Club.
i
n |        *.* Lonsdsll Asi     Or to C. !•'* JACKSON,  131I1 Street.
S. TYLER, ^ecretarij,
DISTRICT LOT 1039
,,, |,i,„),, H|d ,-a, l.lni ki lell it I iti vl.iv ihl :3rd* Still pi.niv in 1 boon (rom bnt sell-
ing (nt    l. ia Nm di Vsncouvei  nveiton imosR lis baywi
REMEMBER This is ths Beireit Wsst CspillM land to the pnpossd Railway yards.
neirssttothi new stsel bridfi rerthsfiwr, It lic-s between the Keith Road and Marine
|inv, my,    11,,* trsmlini vvill inn through it*    Trails are open on the roads.    No Ravines.
PRICE $200 FOR A FULL QUARTER-ACRE
aitiiiivor 17.50monthly    NO INTEREST.
.JACK LOUTET
LM : |,,.ii-<liil,'  It" , I
Uriiin li, I'.irn.T IJin.-ti and Liiiimlali-,   Telephone 17 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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I
A Few Snaps for Profitable Investment
Safety       Income       Profit
Call and see our Large and Exclusive List
Correspondence Solicited
North Vancouver
LAST  CHANCE to ptrrh'sis at lirst cos'-The
rtmsining unsold lots in the lollowing csln'cs:
LOTS IN BLOCK I*, DISTRICT LOT 545,
bounded by Lonsdale Avenue, 23rd "street,
24th street, and llu-stcrtield Avenue. Convenient to cariine. Trices $250 aiid up per
lot—easy tonus.
LOTS IN D. L. 273, bth street, -th street and
Keith road. Convenient to cariine. Prices
$650 per lot and up—easy terms.
LOTS IN D. L. 544. - "Harbor View" Tract.
(City) Trices S175 per lot and up-easy
terms.
Large list ol best buys in City and District to
choose from—some ol the properties at LAST
YEAR'S TRICKS.
WANTED FROM OWNERS.
Owners desiring to sell any or all ol their North
Vancouver properties can get quick results b]
listing exclusively with us—if prices are right
Our record as to reliability, accuracy, and
prompt attention to the interests of our
clients lias never l>een excelled and seldom
equalled.
WEST  VANCOUVER.
Acreage west ol Capilano commands ready-
sale at good prices, and owners can sell ior
cash by listing with us.
INTENDING  PURCHASERS
can have the benefit of our large and exclusive
list ot best properties in city and district.
Estates  managed — Rents collected — insurance
t
IRWIN &, BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.l). 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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DISTRICT LICENSING
BO.-VRD
The   regular   session   ol   lhe
hall do not consider these mattei s worthy ol llieir attention,
it is well' the public should
know of it, .unl Ifaia, il lhc
'ten dollars which was paid (or
'rent,  did not unhide, heat   or
for lhe district, was held at the Sl.rvkl.s of um  -^ wln  wm.
municipal  hall,  on  Wednesday 'We ,lol mimu,d ()f Ul, Ul,   so
ailernoou.
Reeve
Councillor Davison and James
C. Keith.
hall,  on  Wednesday
11     There were present flit" w mWkC have  srrund
McNaught,     presiding, mutu,rs .laol,|llli;iv,      W, k.d
we owe an apology to each and
every person thai was   iu   the
Applications lor license re- |ha|i OIl thul uu.mll,
newais were received and grant- - haVc saul 110llll a,H)Hl Uu.
ed from P. Larson, Canyon llUllv -,„„,•„.;„„ ol Ulc vvalUll(,
View Hotel, Reda 4 Booih, ,*„„,;, ana Us wrroui,di»gi,thiy
Moodyville hotel and John Mi- sp,ak ((,r Uwaielm, Thanking
Innis, .Seymour holel. ivou lor vmir vai,la|,i, ,,,;,,,,
John M. Duval made applied
tion ior a license 111 Lynn Vai
ley and submitted the customary petition ill support oi his
application. Dlstricl Clerk Alexander I'hilip reported that 152
names would be necessary iu
order   lo  secure  the
MADAME KOS1N.V HCRKE
CITV   WINS   SLIT
w,i!i mi01 .MIL'S SIlllllll,
ANH 1'KErARATORY
MIikiC M Butler and VU. Cradwcll
l'i [mi t men in id<1 li-nni ti followi:
Kindtritrtvu, }i hi per lut.nth.
Preparatory, |6.u0|i«r mouth
AllVilH'l'l. |M»i ti. Sl.MKJpvr lllnllli)
For ixoipertui-, etc., apply to P.O. boi 115, or
bi IbeKMolOOr, Un»flale   Ave. «n.ll7ib Bt
For Fall Planting
Iiiiii* from  the  bett  European nnd
.l.i|*;iu Kronen.
II..nn' grown fruit mid ornamental
itaaa. powi nn u->-lanil soil wilhoul ir-
ngall',11, in the only pari uf tile Ameri
i-uii niiitineiil not infested uilli tin- San
teat -ule.
liar.lcn, lie-Id tnd Flow er Seeds—tell*
.•.I Meek from the best growers in the
world.
Win- Fencing »nd Gates. ,
S|,my l'iini|is, Forliliti-rs, He* Sup-
|alii'», tin Flowers, Spraying Materiula,
,1.*,
Whin. Lain only.
Ni'« 157 p«gi. Citalugiii- free.
M. 1. HENRY
(irt-enlinii.es mil Sei-illinutei,
thereto.
A LliTTliR OF PROTEST
Editor Express;
Du April Jjrd last, while u-
necessary lighting irom tin Uny steamer
three-liitlis majorily, and thai, North V.uicoiiui, al the hiuk
the net aggregate ol signatures mg 0ll -|-, Valium-cr Ml ol
on the petition presented wasihe run, Mis. Maigatel J, And*
139.    Tbc board adjourned for..rM„, -la,| -j-, uusiuitune lo gel
two weeks, lo give opportunity1|lcr   |00i   ^oj-t   hcnu-cli    the \311111 vieiiimii.-t.-r Komi, Vsncouver B.C
lor   lurther    lUloriliatloll,     <in<l I tiokil aiul tlu* llti.U, Willi tlu n-     Hran.-li Nurm-rv:   South Vsssosm
flkewise lo give   Dickson   Kells  M,|t that the loot Was si \
an  opportunity  to  slate    Ui crushed.       Suit   was  brought  —"  <~~  ;
wishes witli rilitinu lo his li- n,.ihiu.iIIn ,,g,tui.,i tl„ nl-, but
cense lor lhe Capilano hotel, no bj reality ag.nusi iln nisin tfjX
communication having been re- eoinp.un, wlu.h ..trues tlie lia-
ceivtd irom lum with relerence biliiy ol the Imy lompany   in
SUch cases.    The case w as heard
belore Mr   Justice Gcuiitil, at
Vancouver,on Monday, with lhc
result that lhe judge gave juilg
ment   to   the   ellect   thai   the
plaintill had been guilly ol con-
Sir,-The   committee   ol   list tribulory   negligence,   and   Un
Catholic church aid society wisbl taSe was dismissed with  costs.
to  call   the   attention   ol   tht fl^ courl |,eld that lhc pl.untiii
managers ol   the   Horticultural s|,„uld luvc cxcicl.-.cd mimic i.ui
hall to the conditions ol allairs ,j011i „ t|lm. was nothing    to
existing on the evening ul Dn    prm.nl her from looking down
lit, at seven o'clock.    On said lo m where   |„,r   sll.ps   ^ ,,„lil
evening a gentleman   went    to (al|     ,\. II. MaiNnil.K C , .ip
the hall to arrange muiii- plants        ,.,* (or lhl. pl^ititilt and   C.
and found not a vestige ol heat w CraiR| for lhc jefendsau.
in the building.    He accordingly  went   to   the  furnace   and
started the lire.    The- night being cold,  lhe result   was   thai
when lhe people came they sat
shivering   with  collars   mumi
np and furs on     Many   leaiing
a chill bit the llall bclnti    lIn
ptuoiiiiii w.is liall given      The
same condition existed   in   tin
Ladies waiting room, wlnn Onanists arrived, otic ol the ladies
bad to start a lire in llu .stove,
and then hunt lor wood to keep
it going.
Now, il the Managers  oi   the
Builders and
Contractors
P. LARSON ii  prepared to
supply
Lime, Brick,
Sand, Cement
Ami all kinds of Building
MiHi'iihI 111 i|iiantitieitu suit
and ut reasonable riricpg.
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HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER
TF.1.EP1IONE No. t,
Piano* & Organs N. V. Fish Market
Tuned and Repaired
Chsrgei Moderstt
Satisfaction (iii.ii.tiiti I d
WILLIAM LIINT
PRACTICAL TUNER & REPAIRER
"fegwi
IV   C.   Ml
tion.
I   (ill   -.1    ,    ll      Fa   ||i.
receivi prompt ^11< n-
Allkindiol Fn-iliFiili ili-Hvenil daily
POULTRY,   EGGS,
VEGETABLES, FRUIT
Uur nm i« I" pdSM our HSKSBSTIII In
k,«-Ii" iiul prlMS,
S. rLOYD, Manager
181 Kirn Street, Wont
Tbe
GRAND BOULEVARD
NORTH VANCOUVER
The Broadest City  Avenue  in  America
This Boulevard is ill cleared ind grided, and its 24 garden divisions have been planted with
trees and shrubs.
CL1VBID 501 H > VRD LOTS
Inside Lots, 5] x 140 leet or 150 leet, each Iiooo
Double Corners, (a lots together), 104x140 leet or 150 leet {1500
Cleared Lots in Block* Adjoining Boulevard, alze MhlSf
Inside Lots, according to position $7°° ,0 ^00
Double Corners $165010 $1750
Terms: -J.i cuh, )4 in 9 months, \i in iR months.    Interest on deferred instalments 6 per cent.
.—^————a
The position of this property makes it OM Ot IHI Bl M Rl Mill SUM MII 'MOSS IN IHI
WORLD. With its southern aspect, open space, elevation, magmheent view, and all ninth in
conveniences (electric railway cars running the whole length ol the Boulevard, bo yards Irom
residence line, water and electric light).
Purchasers are not obliged to build, but all lots Ironting on the Boulevard are sold on
condition that lor ao years nothing but residences, eich ol minimum coit ol I4000 can be built
thereon.   Thus tbe property is legally protected agnnst depreciation.
Compare the above prices with those of other property.
North Vancouver real estate today offers unrivalled opportunities
to investors.
The City Ferry Co., will shortly build a new modern ferry boat
and make improvements in the landings.
The Second Narrows Bridge seems now to be assured.
Mapi, prici list and printed information as to the City ol  North  Vancouvi r   will bc
supplied on application to
lt»
in
North Vancouver Land £• Improvement Co.,
Mahon, Mrfarland 6 Procter, Ltd., Official  \«fnK
CORSER PENDER ASD BEYMOUR STREETS, VASQOl VER, B.C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
MUSICAL   COMEDO
The Nurth Vancouver Opera
tic Society are woi king ha
make   then   musical   comedy,
"The   Kevciirs  nl   ,i   l!.n In lm
an iiniiieiisi success, next Thurs
day, Deceinbei i6th, in tin Hoi
ticiiltni.il hall.      The sturv   u(
the play deals with the reveries
ul   a   li.nlleliii,    ul    the illlielilll
girls he has met in Ins Iiie be-
lore iiii,ilh meeting the right
uin. Assisting the company
is Miss Bastings, thi weli-
kiiiiun ainl talented violinists,
a lm created inch an impression
iu Nnrth Vancouvei w hen she
played belt before Wis-, Iki-
cniic Phillips, aoprano, and t-'nr-
lyle Miiiiiiuiil l-nsiii, one ul the
best magicians on tin American
itage A dance «ill follow the'
performance.
ANNIVERSARY    SERVICES
I In arrangements for thi an
iiHiis.uA seivius ui St. And-
tews   l'lesln tei I.lll    i lllll ill,    ull
Sunday morning ami evenir.g,
,ni ,is luili.ws The morning
.senium will he preached b) Rev,
.1. s. Henderson, ol Kea Weal
minster, ami iln special musical service will he as follows'
Organ prelude, Moiart; anthem,
"Hark.  Hark  H*   Sniil,"  SVl-
h-\; quartette, Mrs. Simpson,
.Miss Fugler, .unl Messi,. p ami
H. Hutchison; postludi mar ;i
Smart. The evening wrraon
will lie preached  by  Principal
McKay, D.D., ol Westminster
hall.     The special niusli.il  h -
vice uill in ti lollowi: Organ
prelude, Bach; anthem, "Light
ul Light," loprano solo, "Star
ui Bethlehem" Uiai Bernice
Phillips, Vancouver; Male quartette, Messrs, D, .nnl ll  Hutch
Istin,   Philip    anil    AI.niinii,ilil.
tenor wlo, Mr, Macdonald,postludi, Bridge,
Good   progress   marks   the
work nn the I.vim Valley tram
extension, Tin- company will
begin in ta) the steel earlv ia
next week.
CIHTH'll SERVICES
.Uetlluillsl  cllUlill,   iiililel    4lll
aiiil ,st. George'i aveaue:—
Services al 11 a.m. aud ~.\u
p.m. Sunday school 2.jo p.m.
Sunday school at Moodyvilil at
11 a.m. I'rayer meeting Wednesday at 7.jo p.m. Paator;
Rev. B. 11. Dalilersiuii, B.A.
Lynn Valley Institute Hall:-
Services every Sunday  uiuiu-
ing at 11, and evening at 7 p.m.
Services at St. Clement's hall
Lynn Valley: Morning prayer
11 a.m.; evening prayer 7 p.m.
l'riest-iu-chaige:     Kev.   11.   II.
Gillies.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church, 6th street:—
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
I'rayer meeting on Wednesday,
at 8 o'clock. Pastor: Rev. J.
D. Gillam, M.A.
North Vancouver Catholic Indian Mission:—
Sunday Services—Mass at 9
a.m. Sunday school al 2.30 p.m.
Hem-diction at 3 p.m. ' Pastor:
Rev. E. Peytavin, O.M.I.V.G.
Baptist Church, cor. 5th aud
St. George:—
Sabbath school at 2 p.m. Services at 3 p.m. and at 7.30 p.m.
St. .luhn the Evangelist,  Sth
ainl 1 Uh streets:*—
Holy   communion,   8   a.m.;
morning pi,imt i i a.m.; evening prayer, 7.30 p m. On the
inst Sunday m the month there
will be a sciuii'l celebration "i
the holy cuiiiinuiiiun al ll a.Ui.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper,
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND
DISTRICT
Histrict of New Westminster
TAKI NOTICK tlmt I, tag-u Alexin. il>*t Crowtton, nf Viiiii'iiiner 11. i ,00a
i'ii|.lliun. Iimker, iiii.ii.is tn it|i|ily iur
|ii'niii"»liiii lupliri liai-a tin* lolliming tie-
-i-rilieil liad a*—
t'lainiiieiieiiit; at 11 p.ii-t planti-il about
OM nml line-half miles wrst ui PorpotM
li.i,, llieine MM fnrtveliaina. Tlii'iicv
-'iiiii lui'titi iliKins, llii-iui- t'lt-l forty
i-liiinis. Ilii'iiei' nurlli twenty i'liaiiifl to
point of coiiiiin 11..111. nt, ."imiiiiinn
1 iiiliiy acres inure or Wia.
AM.I'S ALKXANHKK CROWSTON
I'm-lltl. Niivi'inliiT, liKIH 15-25
OFFICIAL BANQUET
The City and District Councils have decided
to tender a Complimentary Banquet to delegates
attending the Annual Convention of the Union of
B. C. Municipalities which is to take place in this
city on Thursday and Friday of next week.
According to present arrangements the banquet
will be given on the evening of Friday, 17th inst.,
and all citizens desirious of attending the same may
procure tickets at the City Hall early next week.
North
IS   ACKNOWLEDGED   TO   BE   TIIE
Choicest Residential Locality
ADJACENT TO BURRARD INTET
Scores of houses ore now building. Families ore steadily sTreaming Id.
RAPID   GROWTH   SEEN   LVLRVWHtRt
The many advantages that North Vancouver otters
cannot be duplicated
.
Reside at North Vancouver and be content
mm
.  i THR EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Good
News
No excuse now for not
BUYING THAT   PIANO
Contracting for several hundred
pianos,{375.00 to H450.00 grade!
at n big cm Irmn Manufacturers'
Wholesale- Prices, enables us to
ship in
CARLOAD LOTS
anal bv the "new harness system," saving lo us many dollars
in freights alone, we are now
selling
Popular   Dependable   Pianos
$275    tiqc,    f.300   $325
|6.oo lojio.ooper month
When you deal with us you get the
best lll.lt   I'll!   I.ARt.lST PlANoCON-
i.mts in WssTSSN Canaim, backed
by 3<S VKARS   PRACTICAL EXI'ERIIHCt
and an abundance of capital, cm
give.
Montelius Piano House, Ltd
I I'M*! HMll.T|t Slr.ct Wtt
Vsncouver,      ■       •       B.C.
Royal Standard-
A Better Flour
Royal Standard goes further
l-ecaiise it is a better flour. It
makes litttcr bread because it is
prepared by special machinery
(rom carefully selected wheat,
ensuring the very highest quality. It is not a variable pro-
duel—in absolute uniformity it
is unsurpassed. Order a sack
todav, and be convinced of ils
merits,
And reineiiilier, in buying Royal Stantlard Flour, not only do
you get the Inst flour it is possible to obtain, bul you also secure Irom each 44,11 sack, a coupon entitling vou to a chance to
win a handsome hn puce china
dinner set. Keep all the coupons you get, and watch this
paper lor the winning numbers.
IIH IlHSSHCt.il
VANCOUVER B. U
NEW WESTMINSTER  UND
DISTRICT
District of New Westminster
TAKE NOTICE that Ernest
Crockford, ol Vancouver, occu-
pstion cruiser, nm mis to appiy
for permission to purchase thc
following described laud: About
400 acres. Commencing at s
post planted 20 chains easl ol
the southeast corner of Lot 568
thence weat 60 chains, thence
north 40 chains, thence west 20
chains, thence south Ko chains,
thence esst Ko chains, thence
north 40 chains more or less to
point of commencement.
ERNEST CROCKFORD
WM. DALZIEL DUKE,
Agent
October 4, iyoy. 9-19
IEI
Have you ever Itopptd
to consider the excellent
profits to be made by making an investment in North
Vancouver.
Hastings, Burnaby nnd
Kitsilano have eneh, in
turn.had tlieir little boom,
It will strike North Vancouver next. When it dins,
look nut. l'rices will advance. Buy now. Get in
before the rise.
Another thing to consider is that the bridge
across the Second Narrows
will be built this yi-ar.
(Sep report of delegatei to
Ottawa). This, in itself,
will boost prices again.
Tho advice is—Buv now.
$200
per lot
These lots are not a mile
or more from the waterfront, but can he purchased in the second block.
50 x 122 ft.
Situated on high, l»v« 1
ground, free from, bog or
swamp.
The K.O, Kl.ctric are
now on polf construction
through the property, assuming the same light service ae afforded in the city.
LATEST BUDGE SCHEME
Encouraging progress *la being made with the new plan
which Reeve McNaught 1ms
been promoting, ior securing
the early construction ol Second Narrows bridge, It has
been delinitcly ascertained that
the charter oi the Burrard inlet Tunnel & Bridge Company,
for the purpose ul which arrangements hive been made, is
still alive and in lull* lorce,
This charier colliers power lo
build a railway alone; the north
shore ol Hurrard Inlet, from
Deep Cove to Horseshoe bay
and likewise lo bridgi Second
Narrows and to lunncl under
First Narrows.
A company is now being incorporated to operate under lhe
charier with a view to securing
aid Irom both the dominion
and the pio\ inu.il governments,
to the extent oi not less than
1150,000 each. The company la
likewise applying loi power to
procure and maintain power
plants. Those- whose names
appear 011 the application lor
incorporation are as lollows: E.
Mahon, lv U. Macl.ean, J. P.
Fell and Lambert Hond ot Vancouver, J, V. McNaught and
J. C. Keith oi Ninth Vancouver. Thc cities ol Vancouver
and North Vancouver, the new-
city ol South Vancouver, and
the district municipalities ol
Hurnaby and I'oini Grey, will
also be given opportunity to
appear on the application.
It is hoped and believed that
this coinpanv will constitute a
medium through which the position of lhe dominion government and thai oi the provincial
-'ivcrtiliKiit can lie harmonized,
111 such a wa) as to make it
thc recipient ol a grant liom
each government, for the building ol the bridge, Once these
subsidies .ire Voted the company by the respective governments, there is every assurance
; thai the property ow'tiers and
the municipalities concerned
will produce the remaining a-
niounts necessary lo carry lhc
project to completion.
The total sum involved in the
scheme, is estimated it one and
one-hall million dollars
A petition is now 111 process
of formation asking lhe dominium and the provincial governments to give .'very possible assistance to lhe company,
The cities of Vancouver and
of North Vancouver, and the
district of North Vancouver,
have atithori/.cd llie petition lo
be dulv signed and lhe corporate seal attached The fact
that tin- federal house is now in
session and that the provincial
house convenes next month,
gives reason to hope that the
entire  matter can be Waited
satisfactorily, without undue
delay.
NEW FEKRY WHARF
The board  of  ferry  commissioners, at lhe matin-; held Ofl
Friday last, accepted the tender
ol M P, Cotton, ol Vamouver,
lor the construction ol the new
re-iniorced concrete lerrj whan,
at a contract price ol liijiffl.
Two other tinders were received as follows: Hooker | Camp*
bell, f33,8l5, and the Pattanoil
Timber Coinpanv, 135,900 As
the lowest h'lidi'l was 111 olilcl
1 ill every way, and the tenderer
was known lo be a responsible
and experienced contractor, tin
tk-nder was accepted.
Mrs. Hill and Miss Barker,
trained medical, surgical, (ever
and maternity nurses. Feel
moderate. 22nd street. Phone
R116,
Vancouver Business Directory
.-I. Ctm/pbtll Hope, C.A., Cal.
ARCHITECT
Isl Street, E. of St. Anthem
North Vancouver
Office jj6 Ifastint?/ St.     Vancouver
for Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   ...
go to THOS. 0. HILLS
Piosisr Boot Maker
Lonidale Ave., opp. City Hall
E.STANLEY M1TT(,N,M.1.C.A
ARCHITECT
41 j Granville street.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
In Westminster Land II slrtl
District ol New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Elliot
A. Haswell, of Vancouver, occupation broker, intends to apply lor permission lo purchase
the lollowing described lands:
About 320 acres, commencing at
a post planted on the norlheasi
corner of Lot 1239, thence south
80 chains, thence east 40 chaius,
thence north 80 chains more or
less to shore of Horseshoe lake,
thence 40 chains more or less in
a westerly direction along shore
oi lake to point of commencement.
ELLIOT A. HASWELL
WM. DALZIEL DUKE,
•Vgent
October 2, 1909 9-19
Im HrHiiiiiiMiT Land Dislriel
District ol New Westminster.
TAKI NOTICE that A. F.
Lloyd ol Campbell Kiver, occupay
tion hsh warden, intends to apply
101 permission to purchase the lollowing described lands:—About
150 acres. Commencing at 1 post
planted on the north-west corner
ol lot 568, thence east 40 chains
more or less to shore of Horn
Mul Lake, thence in a north and
southwesterly direction around
shore ol Horseshoe and Nanton
Lakes to point ol commencement
ALGERNON F. LLOYD,
l  la   1      4tll,    1909
APPLICATION FOR UQU'Jl
LICENSE
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE
that it is my internum to apply to the board ol luuising
commissioners lor lite District
Municipality of Nortli Vain ouver, British Columbia, at ihur
next regular meeting alter the
expiration of thirty days limn
the date hereof, for a Hotel License to certain premises situatr
in Lynn Valley in the said U's-
trict Municipality, being Lot
one. (1), in Block fifty-one (SI),
Sub-division of District Lot Iwd
thousand and eighty-sevcn(Jo87)
group one (1), New Westminster
District.
Dated this filth -lay of November, 1909.
JOHN M. DUVAI.
11-15
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN 9 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
319 Pender street, Vaiuou-ci
and
North Vancouvei
ARCHITECTS
AUCTIONEERS
A. U. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
bb Hastings slieel west
it tha only auctioneer who will
pay spot cask belore the ial* 11
conducted
• AHKlbTLHb
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Banisters, Solicitors, etc.
Room* 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Street
Phone 99b
S. D. SchulU        C. S. Arnold
B-tiHa
Kailethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sts.
The only up-to-date and rili-
sbli bsth houae in Uriiuh Co-
Iniubia-
Wi cure when oiheri fail.
Sstiifsction guirinieed or so
pay. Plain baths, electric bathi,
shower baths, manage for body, icalp and face; electro therapeutic bathi a ipccialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduste of Berlin, Germany
BU5INESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Haitingi St. W.
Canada'* Qi-Mtttt W**t*rn School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - • Manager
PITMAN'S
Business College
632 Seymour st., Vancouver
Day school open all the year
round.    Night school commences September 8th.
CHIROPHACTIC
MUSIC
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Kooms 3 and 4 Elks' Ila.., tor.
Robion and  Granville Streets.
All Initrumenti.      Phone 2530
Phone 463
It. W, WAITT 9 CO., LTD.
558 Granville Street
Piano* — Talking Machinis —
Music Goods
The oldest music house in B. C.
MR 11. L\, POWELL
is open tu receiv* pupil-, tui
lllSllllCtlllll     Ull    till     \ lllllll,
'Cello and Cunli.t Base,
\ ■ 1, painitsking with child-
no,     Music copied neatly.
< 'Ln. n  II.ij,     t iiiiii   Halting!
,mil Iiunii 1 Sin 1(1
l'lione L4JI10.
LALItS  HAIhliRttSlNG
Gentlemen! Why sutler with
colds in the head ihiough baldness, when you win secure a
well lilting Toupee ol excellelll
workmanship at a moderate
price' Call and consult our
Toupee makei 11 vou arc 111 ined
ol one. A laige selection ol
pulls, braids, translorinatioHs,
etc., alwayi 111 stock. Shampooing, liairdrcssing, manicuring, scalp treatments, iacial
massage, etc., al
\i.U'.i.MI.   Ill'MI'Hl.KYH
i-i iiMiiwIlD Mriet
OPTICIANS
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Optician
All work guaranteed
Consultation live
49 Haitingi street west
Opp. Cameraphone iheaiie
PHOTOGRAPHERS
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIO
Family Group Specialists
Cabinet sue, $3 per down
Cor. Carrall and Cordova sts.
A. SAVARD, Proprietor
PICTURE FHAMING
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest slock oi
mouldings in 11.Clu select Irom
so when you wanl naming done
cheap aud well gel our prices.
riAlLEY BKUi* LO. L1D.(
540 Granville and 138 Cordova
iw limn
'  BalMf*   '■  '" '  •'ll*' an ■'•*
all* .11*1   t. IMMM     "-'Ml'
t*f toii.iin "it in.•-..** .. ' 1.Ha'I'l.' 'I     Cla,
 1   . iiin*|,i.,*i,I.  iia   l.inii*,i,;i   I.  Ua-orft
I ...II,   ll '       lli' - !.-' .'I I l,llll|it«<lH I. ||l»,lU.ll
I'.III..la, hull, i'l I I !>ra< la,, Ihal, U|h>iI, luwi
a,III,,*, r,  I", ' anu u„,na,i a,HH*.. Ml K..li',,li
...   .  I' .    ,      . * 1    II*..,1.  I  III  .    I MMllaV
iii'ii .u.l ■ 1.nno.lion 11,1'
mlAl ajl.it
Your opportunity lies in
acting quickly. A few excellent lots left eloM tn
wharf.
Prices will ailviiiici'.
Heiniiubcr, llie bridgi-
will be built.
Removed
Sam Kee Laundry has
removed to corner of
Mahon Avenue
and 2nd St.
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
Canadian Detective Bureau:—
Ollices everywhere
Viniii.iii.r MM      -'•' I.mi'aii   llluck
iiU3lla.lniii--t. MM. PWmMM
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
Keep your e\ e on
BAST   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS .	
For pariiculari apply lo
UORDEiN & THUUMON
Phoni 815      440 Homer Mint
DYSINQ ANDCLtANINO
PENDER   AND   RICHARDS
St. Andrew's Church
Fourth Anniversary
Services
Sunday, Dec. 12th, 11 a.m.,Kev
J, S. Hi'iulerMin, St. Andrew's
New Westminster; 7..1,0 p.m.,
Principal MacKay, D.D., Westminster hall.
Annual Supper & Sale of
Work
auspices ol Bt, Andrew's Ladies
Aid, mi Tuesday, Dec. i|, In the
church, opened at 2.30 p.m. Admission lo sale, Iree. Supper
served liuin ] in at 251.
I'.U ionize Un Chinese Laundry.
Visit the Sunt) Poll-
See the Dolls' Paradise.
PERTH DYE WORKS
Andcrsou A Hilton, Proprietors
Dyeing, Cleaning, Pressing
Ladies' dresses, silks,   laces   a
specialty
SALE & HREUTli
Agents, North Vancouver
UROCERS
CHEAPS1DE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Grocerici ind Proviiion
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hutingi St. (downttairi)
Delivery Tuesday! and Friday!
Ivrksliire (.UiinillllT &
Securities loi'iioraliua Ltd
4411 Seymour Slreet
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgati - - - Manager
■BSTAURAN1S
RUBBER 0TAI«I»8
THK OEO, H   HEWITT CO*
Maiitilat turcti
mm um sumps
Sign and Price Mark, rs
10 Faikiiiih Itii".     Fom RJ271
All North Vancouver peopli
tat at
LEONARD'S
Either Flack Block or Halting! itreet, opposite lhe mw
Poit Ollice. Leonard sells his
tea by the pound.
WATCHMAKERS
English practical watchmaksr;
Eitablnhcd 18*9
Specialty,   repairing
wooDtoon,
Ml Carrall Strait
If You want to Sell Your Real Estate
Advertise it in the Express THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
RE.MTY MARKI I
Tlic i, il . ilite lituition   pn
sfiits i verj ' in ouriging up
Ni niii \ an. um. i  ,11 ih.   pren *.:
iimi'.   Locil ab ii, n .in* ixpei
ii di ing  *i  vigoroui demind loi
acreage tt.u t-  n.i  the  oni hind
ami n.i i iia*a*  in   a in   propi ill  nn
tin* iiiiii i Iiiii rmediite propert)
remains qui. 1 i .*' I hrougn
1' W, Elder,   il ii  lesrned ilm
.cm ,i. i>,, ol ind weit ol tlie ( ip
ilano ii i inili i lunged hindi ind
thai *i portion ol i i
trsi; hi  i' *     ti   led ovi i twii t
I lu* denu id loi  n i> .ik .*   «, il 11
ibe ( a, , ib.* iini,i vigoi
OUI li.ilm
Recent ial< ■ within the i itj   io
11.lab' I «' loti     i D     ill-     I i'liii I    III
Si miiih ivenue ind  131b  nr. 11,
I lol Sean i-Ji ind md   ,
|i. rtii ■ 1 11 iia'* llapl m.i li    mi in
rt, in D.L    .-; ; ind is Isi I,
thi central pur-
lion ni th  .in     lli" lui" 1
diviai in*,   in   tl 1    h indl ol
with     * I mu ■
II ii md ili*  1   .   eitsl
tin city, I...   ,in hu ij   1 ■ .1
11. v ul tradi
A spei 1.1I nm ting ol the dii
trut council will In held Monday 1 trening, This meeting a ill
take place instead nl the regular
meeting which would bill on
Tlniisil.il next, bm which Is relinquished mi account oi the
convention ol the Cnlon id B,
C. Municipalities, a-hich will
then be in session,
Don't forget the firetnen'i ball
in ibe Horticultural hall, Friday, Januan ?th next.
.J. J. McALEECE
KEITH BLOCX
LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
Cleared Lots
In Kick 33A, D.L. 330
PUBLIC NOTICE
I A1 ICH that 1 have
ihi ii n   *   ti d up m Hn. Notii ■
laa*  111      a!     ',    |C      (    |tj      Hill,    I    '  0PJ      Of
in. liii ni i..ii i - I i the City of
Nurth Van   mvi-r foi tht yeai 1910,
.WH   IAI.I'. NOTII B thai 1
( on rl *>i R ■ 1 'nn v ill be In-ld in
:   Hall «n Tuesday, the mt
1      '    Decen    1    1909,   at  1
term    a to 1 om 11
I Votei   List, ind
!i:tel    ' *    in]    unl .ill
* ii the niinii'
. ii hit h hn i" i'n  mi
1   m oi 1*1 plai ('
nl sny per-
1 therefrom.
Given   ndei mj  hand .11  Korth
uver, ihii 10th dij ol Dee-
a llall. I.
1 HUM \- SHEPHERD,
1 itv link
a. t. rnonts
CiRPENTER
1   : iv -11    1 1 ■ 1 \
Rl PAIRH : K IIITLY ATTKKDI D
i-.ti Bos llfl Rt   1 il .'n.i it, g
llu-
a
ANME
ITSMEN
A LARGI SUPPLY OF
FRESH  FRU11
ANH KANDIE
ALWAYS ON HAM'
I. h. liiini, I.      (itlonvliil.
\Y. J. BALMAIN
.  IVII.    KV .ISKIall
.n..mil.1 Mirvi.\..r ainal Ari-liitoii
XORTH  VAN iil'VBR.
OR. H. li. HOWELL
OPIICI4N
Uitiii.   !I'lrrnr.l   KaQatarlum,   Inin
Rmdi -      I *   *   *   i,i,:*.'** 1   I II   N..rtIi
1 .ic*,niter
ALEXANDER P. KH1LLY
tlnn
al,,,/   ll • ',
Teacher of Piano,   Vocal mul  ■'
li *i ■ th«
Toroilo 1 tin.*riiii 1
.*,    ,* Wni /'**..    '.'   *■*    I'l     IN
' "" " ... I'll-lll. I -. I
Xortli Vanriiuvir, In. -.1 it. A In Iai ■
ba v.Mr. 1
New Arrivals in Stylish and Up-to-date
Wearables
This store is filled to overflowing with all that is new
.unl beautiful in Ladies' evcniiir, wear, Including all over net
waists in white, cream and 11 in, also silk embroidered,
Don't fail to see these foods, thev are marked at nmst
moderate prices and without [ear ol duplicating, Ranging
in price (rom 13,50 to  S7.50
Collars and Belts
A fresh shipment of Xmu collan .nnl belti is just being
opened up.    These include silk, ihilloii, lace and jet collars
In every imaginable design and coloring, ir.nn hoc, to I1.25
Oar range of belts is something  immense,  never  before
hav.' we shown such a range oi   these   goods.     Everything
conceiveabli is to be loond here, ranging irmn jjc, to S1.9S
Remember that Butterick Patterni are to be bad here,
price IOC. and    IS
These lots are all on gradedstreets. In fine neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Prices $600 to $700
IA»Y TERMS
S. GINTZBURGER
IMirEO
THE NOKTIl VANCOUVRR SPECIALIST
l<j,J Cordova Mreot, Vancouver, K. C.
I'. ll. IIiiX 380.
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU GUELN1I0LSES
l.lnli',-.!
eli,.in.-I
CIT FLOWRES
In Iiiiiii lit laitn'st priii -.      Hm ii- ii trill fi-r
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
601 Hastings St., W. Vancouver, B.C
ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD ?
Come tn us for the money ind repty it
M suit ymti'st-lf
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVE \ LARGBLIS1 OP CHOICE 1.01 S TON SALE
JOHN  ALEXANDER *l CO.
REAL  ESTATE   BROKERS
tai Lonsdale Avenue
*-1t+®+§*<t>*aS}*44P*A0j^^
2 Splendid Buys
V* sera with Ikhisi* in D.L. ■< -■ 0.00.
|saj Mcun - this
100 Ii. x 13^ It 111 Block Mi. D.L /-,. a. lit 0 ihi . tu
Imiiiiilrv. with ilu- siosl commanding view ".1 the
notth short "I Bumrd Inlet, Onl) lijo down to
mi un tins.
ALEXANDER SMITH  & CO.
Liiiisiliili- Avenue, nptt Perry
lMioni's—Ollict-24      House 22       P.O. Box 50
II
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Xmas fruit*
inAi.nv is what vor BHOULD look
POl   IN   VlH'R   l-KlITS  l-'OK  CHRISTMAS
BAKING
Good l-iiiiis will ftot vuiii i.iki- lhat pccnli.ir
I I iI.im.i .nnl when cit will show that yon used
llu*  lusi.
Vt luivc llu- solids vmi iii-nl .md onr prices
j. a. 6 m. McMillan
+®+®+$».t ♦. ♦♦ . *i+Q*Q*Q+*9*t*9*t*9l ItaE-KN^M***
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I
Canyon View
Edition
All Lots at $150 are sold
A lew left al $175 each, $6 cash and $6 per month.   Acl quickly, all will be sold in a few days
i
LYNN VALLEY
Fine Lois, 100 feel from car line, 50x141, $250 each;  $50 cash,  $10 per month.
MtNRYEVES&C©.
67   and   69   LONSDALE  AVENUE
PHONE 6
Sole Agents COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO., Assets exceeding $86,000,000
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