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VOLUME 5.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1.1907.
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NUMBER 11
EDITORIAL,
It is to be regretted that the proposal of the school trusteees of
this city to increase the accomodation ot the schools by purchasing
new sites received a temporary setback in the defeat of the proposed
loan by-law on Tuesday, The
sum asked for amounted to t\},-
ooo, divided into three parts, and
voted on as a whole. So far as
could be learned objection was
taken to the (20,000 for block 2,
D. L. 273. Some held that the
price was too high, but when it is
taken into consideration that this
block is sub-divided into lots and
owned by several people, it will be
seen at once how difficult it is to
get it. However, the trustees
will later on ask the city council to
submit another by-law, when each
proposed site will be voted on
separately. The vote stood: For,
63; against, 49. Two-thirds of
thc ballots cast were necessary to
carry the by-law.
The mining property located in
Lynn Valley, about six miles
northward Irom Burrard Inlet, and
locally known as the Von RcisS
mine, is now, we are creditably
informed, the scene of considerable activity. On this rich copper-
zinc proposition there are over 40
men employed—some in the mine
and a number at clearing land and
erecting bunk bouses and other
buildings, and otherwise making
preparations lor extensive operations in tbe spring time. The
property is a very valuable one,
which bas been tied up for years
in a protracted litigation, and is
now settled. At present supplies
are being packed in and carried
over the old Lillooet trail that
runs between Lynn and Seymour
creeks. That primitive mode ol
conveyance cannot last very much
longer, and there are various reports aHoat about better transpor-
Tbe people of North Vancouver tation facilities being inaugurated
are (0 be congratulated upon shortly, all Ihe way from a wagon
securing tbe sites for park pur* j road to an electric, and even to a
noses, boulevard spaces and streets | steam railway. There are a nunv
in district lot 550, from the North ber of claims just north and north
Vancouver Land & improvement
Company. The company will lake
up the debentures for the $14,000.
Already the company has spent
about that amount of money on
this tract, and therefore tbe city
receives practically a gilt of one
ol the very best sites in America
for a magnificent speedway, besides eight acres for a recreation
park, The loan by-law was therefore carried on Tuesday by the
necessary two-thirds majority. For
the by-law 75, against 39.
The by-law for the raising of
(35,000 for the proposed extension
of the waterworks was carried on
Tuesday by the necessary two-
thirds majority, namely, for the
by-law 76, against it 37, As we
pointed out in our list issue this is
a most needed expenditure, and
the electors did their duty by putting through this by-law. It almost seems a a paradox with the
enlightenment of the twentieth
century people as to proper sanitary conditions, which cannot he
obtained without a proper water
supply, to have opponents to
waterworks and even sewers.
west ol the mines in question
which are very highly valued by
the owners who have been waiting
for years for a road. The reopening ol the Von Heiss claim,
on which a lew years ago a large
amount of work was done, will, in
all probability, result in opening
up immediately north ol the city
one of the most promising end
prosperous mining camps in British
Columbia, It might be added
further that there has been for a
considerable period about (20,000
worth of ore on the dump of the
Von Reiss mine ready lor ship
ment.
The Three Sisters claim, as well
as olher promising properties on
the Lynn, has been waiting for
years and holding back develop
ment work because of the lack of
means of transportation.
Thanksgiving Shoot.
The open shoot held by the
Moodyville Gun Club yesterday
was a big success. A number of
sportsmen from Vancouver participated in the events. The
Leggett traps were used, and were
highly appreciated by the contestants. There were a fine lot of
turkeys, and the shooting therefore was spirited. Secretary F. J.
W. Coutts and President C. A.
Mee were kept busy, and everything passed off in "apple pie"
order.
WATER HY-1,AV ADOPTED,
At the regular meeting of the city
council, held in tlie city hull Tlmrs-
ilay evening, at ivhich Mayor Kealy
presidod; all the aldermen, with the
exception of ono, were present, The
water by-law was given ils final milling. Some minor changes wero stig-
geated hut it wan finally adopted as
read.
Mrs. .1. B, Williams, who lino fur the
past two 11111111I1H liiM'n visiting relatives
uml friends in Ontario, returned home
Saturday evening, ninl Is looking ex-
ceptloaally well having "pent 11 very en-
joyable time dm inu* lier stay in   the
east.
Minstrel Entertainment.
J. W. Davidson, Toronto, paid
the city a flying visit on Wednesday. He left for the east yesterday,
A. C. Stewart, school inspector,
visited the schools in the district
on Wednesday. lie was gratifisd
with the showing made by the
pupils, ol whom be said that tbey
wercwell advanced in thcirstudiei.
The bright weather yesterday
(Tbanksg'ving Day) was all that
could be desired. There were
hundreds ol people from Vancouver who took advantage for the
pleasant day's outing.
Last Friday afternoon an iron
box, containing valuable papers
and about (1,000 in cash, mysteriously disappeared from thc oflice
of Mr Torrens, who has charge
ol the clearing of the land (or tbc
North Vancouver Land & Improvement Company, near yueens-
Inity avenue. One arrest was
wade, which resulted in an ac
quittal. The loser of the valuables
has the entire sympathy of the
camp.
A number of ladies and gentle
men, members of the Vancouver
Hunt Club, mounted on fine
steeds, went up to Capilano yesterday.
From a contemporary we gather
thafthe|''Royal Norvan Minstrels'
that are to appear on Tuesday, 5th
November, in Larson's Pavilion,
in aid of St. John's church, are thu
finest voices in every sense that
has appeared on any stage on the
Pacific coast. At great expense
have they lelt their native soil.
The Express, (i a year.
Harry Fogg has added another
team of heavy draft marcs to his
stable. They were purchased Irom
the Hastings Shingle Mill Company.
Wanted—Girl for housework.
Apply to Mrs. T. S. Nye, Queen
street and Lonsdale avenue, before
12 a. m.
One of the grandest, and at the
same time the largest, assemblies
ever held around North Vancouver
is on the tapis here on the 15th
November, in Larson's Pavilion.
Those having the arrangements in
hand are endeavoring to surpass
anything hitherto attempted. Full
particulars next week.
Complaints are constantly coming in about the unnecessary af rest
of milch cows, which are being
put in the pound. Surely the
pound officer must use common
sense in these autumn days in his
duties. There are now no gardens
and no harm in many instances
could imperil the distribution ol
the bovine extract, the great
necessity to the requirements ol
the numerous young families in
our district-
It is expected that thc Uev.
Canon  Downie,  0! Port Stanley,
The chairman of the school
board, A. R, Steacy, this morning
stated to The Express that personally he regretted very much
the turning down ol the school
sites loan by-law on Tuesday last
by the electors. He further stated
that the by-law was carefully
studied both by the school board
and council together, and when
the dtalt bad been completed there
was not a dissenting voice in either
body. " Strange to say, though,"
said Mr. Steacy, "that Aid. Emery
came out as he did at the last
moment and worked against the
proposed by-law. Had there
not been some misrepresentation
made, however, the by-law undoubtedly would have been carried by a large majority. The
members ol the school board bail
for months been wrestling with
the proposition of providing suitable school sites, and believed that
the ones selected were the best
possible locations that could be
procured for tbe money. "It is
strange," said the chairman, "how
apathetic are the electors on tectorial affairs, as shown by the
small voto cast for and against the
by-law. Our school affairs should
always be live issues with us, as
educating the young was a no
small matter for a public body or
a community to deal with. In
fact, it was a great responsibly
and should be recognized by all
as such," he said.
Mr. A. C. Stewart, the local
school inspector, bad called and
stated to the chairman of the
schooi board that the trustees
would be required to start build
ing another room immediately, as
belore its completion the present
schools would be overcrowded.
Mr. Stewart stated beyond a doubt
that the board by Christmas will
be forced to add another room to
the Chesterfield avenue school
"Had the by-law been carried,"
added Mr. Steacy, " it was the in
tention of the school board to
build immediately a new one-
roomed school house in block 2,
district lot 273."
To the Public :
Hy special and exclusive arrangements with the Crown Silver
Plate Co.1 ol Toronto, who have
agreed to furnish us with an extensive variety ol llieir extra triple
plated silverware, we are enabled
to present these beautiful goods to
our patrons absolutely free ol
charge. Tbe reliable quality ol
the goods ol the Crown Silver
Plate Co. is well and favorably
known from the Atlantic to the
Pacific, and as each article bears
their stamp, their durability and
excellence are amply guaranteed.
Dvery customer purchasing goods
from us for cash will receive silverware coupons or tickets to the
value of ten per cent, of the
amount of each purchase, and we
pledge our business honor to quote
our lowest cash prices to all such
customers. These coupons or
tickets arc redeemable at our store
in any ol the Crown Silver Plate
Company'e silverware you may
choose to select.
Our object in ollering these
elegant articles of silverware free
is to serve as an inducement to
our customers to concentrate all
of their cash purchases with us.
We arc enabled thus to secure our
cash discounts when purchasing
our stock of goods, and we give
our customers the benefit of the
very lowest cash prices, and furnish their houses with elegant
silverware, made by a reliable firm,
free of any ehargc.
Call on us and inspect these
beautiful presents.
Yours truly,
J. A. McMillan,
Grocer.
Cor. Lonsdale av. and Esplanade.
Custom Cbarances
Therefore the residents of North Ont,, will visit Nortli Vancouver
Vancouver and those ol Vancouver ere bis return cast. The reverend
who have interests on this side of -"gentleman is chaplain of the Can-
the inlet should make up a bumper
house, and those who take in thc
entertainment will bc able to
listen to a treat seldom afforded.
Their songs are inspiring ami de**
ligbtful, and the chorus, consisting ol 25 voices, go with a swing
thai will almost lilt off thc rool.
Last, but not least, the local hits
arc immense and will take tbe
audience by storm—fireworks may
be expected.
Stand by your city.
The district municipal council
meets to-night.
Clerk Alex. Philip has been con
fined to his room lor the past lew
days with a severe cold, but expects to be at his office in a few
days.
W . Smith, son ol Aid. Smith,
and his bride, a bonny Scotch
lassie, arrived here from Fifesbirc,
on Wednesday. Mr. and Mis.
Smith will take up llieir residence
shortly at Ihe corner ol Keilh road
and St. David's avenue,
adian Order of thc Daughters of
the King, a society connected
with the Church ol England.
Mr. ami Mrs. John White, Victoria, were registered at Hotel
Nortli Vancouver this week.
M. J. Kcanc, M. D., Hrantlnnl,
has written a book-and a good
one. By courtesy ol tin.' autlini
we have been privileged to see a
lew prool sheets of the coming
work, anil we feel that there is
lorcc in the author's argument, and
common sense in his teaching
The book is to be entitled "A
Study in llealty Science" -
" Health Science," meaning the
prevention ol disease by the use
ol proper medicines, and the
propel treatment otherwise of the
human body.—J. Robson Cameron,
Esq., in Hamilton Spectator.
The Duval road in the Lynn
valley has been completed. It is
a wagen road trail, but in conncc-
If you want first-class job printing go to The Express, the pioneer, printers.
SEWING BEE.
A meeting ol tlio Ladlea' Aid ol Si
Andrews church In being held (his .irn*r*
noun at the residence ol Mrs. McBain
Lonsdale aveaue, tvldcli will take tin
form nf n sewing Iin',
Tint articled being made win be s-.i.
nt the iiniiiinl gale nf work, which oc
iiirs some time belore Christmas
Tho clearings for the month of Octolior
ol lhc year 190(1 Irani $13,(101,.115, nml for
ilu' corresponding month of   inns, the
totals wore $8,IM,218.
No better evidence can be afforded
that   thc flurry in financial circle**)   in
Um cast haa liiid little effect on the loenl
volume of bueincai than a study of tlm
above figured.
The' loarlnga lor the weok were belon
ilm average owing to the faet that
0 holiday cut out just that proportion
"f the liuiineaa, Outilde of thli laol (lm
allowing ii well up to lhe genoral vol-
nine whloh has lieen rocordtd dining tlm
past uaeon.
Tin. figure fm ihe week wore WMi,-
IIS, u against 18,080,801 for ihe corn*
ponding week nt lasl teat, ami 18,807,1111
(■1  llie Mine week ol the leal  [006,
"Despite financial disasters" wns the
 ui'iit of Cul. Worsnop, customs ns*
lessor, ;i- In- accommodated The World
iii. morning by giving an approximate
"*iimaiiia of the October's customs receipt*, together with n comparative re-
a'aafii fan- ibe iwo previous Octobers,
The figures lire as follows:
October IWiT (npproxlmately)VH8,000.00
(iiiialaef inotl 222,011.40
(Holier IIKITa I'.I l.l mII! Ill
This shows (iii approximate ailvnflc
mer October of lasl year "f 109,000 an
over October of tie previous years o
approximately ol $108,000,
AltHlVBS HOME FROM BAST.
Mrs. (lill, „f I2tli street, arrived !i"ine
today from the east, where she has heen
for the hist two months visiting amongst
frieads and relatives.
Mrs, (lill looks exceedingly well com
tittering iin. uncomfortable iri| I, no
countable to shortness of ncoomi Intlos
on the trains. Rhc slnies the weather,
during her slay, to hnve been fine, with
very AiM Indication ol winter aa yet,
METHODIST  CHURCH,  N.  W. CORNER
I'OUR'I II Si. AND ST. OEOROl'S AV
Class meeting io a. m.
Morning service at ii a.m.
Evening service at 7:30 p. m.
Kev. li. II.  Balderston, 13. A.,
pastor.
Nuftlll VANCOUVER CATHOLIC
INIHAN  MISSION.
Sunday Services — Mass at H
a. 111., Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.,
Benediction at 3 p. tn,
Pastor:   Rev.  E. Peytavin, O,
M. I. V. S.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
SIXTH STREET.
Services will be conducted as
usual on Sunday by the pastor.
Sunday school, 2:30 p. m.
Service at Moodyville school at
7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday
8 o'clock.
All are welcome.
Pastor: Rev. J. D. Gillam, M.A.
ST JOHN'S THE EVANOBL1ST, SEVENTH
ANIi THIRTEENTH STREEtS.
Holy Communion, 8 a. m.
Morning prayer, 11 a. m,
Evening prayer, 7.30 p. 111.
On the lirst Sunday in the month
there will be a second celebration
ol the Holy Communion at 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
BAPTIST CHURCH, ORANGE HALL,
LONSDALE AVENUE.
Sunday school at 2 p. m.
Service at 3 p. m.
Conducted by Rev. David Long.
All are welcome.
Selections irom the Poets.
Or Morali by Parliamentary Enactment
THS  l-KHMI.-.-lV 1.  IIII,I,,
Pray what is this Permissive Bill
That some lolks rave about,
"I can't, with all my pains and skill,
It's ma am tu* quite make otft ?
"()! It'll Utile simple Bill,
That seem In pass incog
" To permit me to prevent you
From having a dim* of grog."
- l.oi d Nitsvcs,
Judge Supreme Ccurt, Scotland.
'From tbe author'! poems, published by
Blackburn & Bon, Edldburgh,]
The total clearings lor the month of
(1,1..Iaar were |18,8J6,08?, The ncareat
appronch to theec figutes wne made dn
ing thc month of September, when tho
total) amounted to $16,017,18.1.
Russell P. Chirk arrived iu the city
yesterday afternoon front Rt tt I ti ki
fur a three weeka' vacation, lie bns
been absent for Hcvcrnl month* and
mil in all probability return to Revel*
-inke, which place ii allotted lum bj
ihe nciv schedule
Mr. VV. C, Smith atul htl bride ro*
turned homo [rom Scotland on Tuea«
day ,\li. Hmiiii is welt liml in ,i,ii.i.
known throughout the dlatrlol and
ninny klml wlshos aro tendered f"t Un
happiness of tho young couple Ur,
nmi .Mi- smith iiiinni itikitiK up Hull
residence on Keltli taaail, enai for tin*
prvatiiit.
Tbc Royal Bank ol Canada bat open
ed n brand) on Lonsdale avenue, nexl
in D. (I. Dick's reel eatale office Tin
office «ill he open for busim n In n
day or Iwo mnl Mi. lardlm. rco ally
ial N, w Westminster, will !»• the local
inanagi r
la,   ■ ■
A now ri'i'onl lii- been establlalicd by
the totals ol llin bank clearings of the
till of Vancouver for Uie month of Ot).
lobar.
Tint new figures run over filth! bun-
died thousand dollars more than Uf
la'a-l previous rei ord,
Subscribe lor The Express,
boost our business bouses.
Wanteii— Dressmaking by the
day. Terms, 11.75 per diem. Miss
S. Gibbard, Nnrlh Vancouver.
Lost—A graybound. Return to
The Express office.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A, McCaul,
Tacoma, was in the city Wednce*
day and went up to the Capilano.
Room tbc city and district.
On Tuesday morning at high
tide another mammoth scow was
launched al the Wallace's shipyards, un the Esplanade, east ol
Lonldale avenue, under (be able
supervision ol Mr. bred. Elliott'
It is not a sign ol cowardice in
a man lo be alraid ol a woman.
Just about the Imu' lhe average
kin row beings to boil over and become an Interesting sensation some
cooler bead in the lamily nmoves
the lid anil the trouble 'piicls down.
Toll your troubles io a woman
and although she may not say it,
you may depend upon it that she
is thinking "1 bavins, what
would In' do il bf bail to bear the
burden  I have?"
The Western Corporation mills
sent a scow load of lumber over 10
Vancouver to-day. The consignee!
are the B, C. Electric Railway
Company.
J. J. Lane. St. Paul, representing a mining syndicate, was among
the arrivals yesterday. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
n
ere's a
Ch
ance
io Buy
At Snap Prices
CLEARED LOTS
In Block 105
District Lot 550
$600 £> $700
One-Third Cash; Balance in
Six and Twelve Months
8. Gintzburger
Ll Mil T E D
Tbc North Vancouver 8|>6ciali»t
161 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
ELDER,  MURRAY CO.
Vnncouver Address I
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Norlh Vancouver I
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'I'lionr 37
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Price
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I   la'tvi'-rniiin tioiiMiuii I'licsti'ttli'lil iivttiiini; a |nirllouler)y
t        Kiiiul liny.
snull ruitiitc mi OMool lot on Thirteenth ulteet; lift Mock
I       frmii i."iimiii|*Rvennei n luirgiiln,
1'iftii Htreet i|ono of ihe nest Bpooulatlona In oloio-lii property
A neiniiiiii snap eu Liinidule rvoiui*, *ii\i8t, boltvein Nye
l       imt st .iniiieh' Btreet,
I'lie mati'l. I.I'llll Valley ; onl Initial's, Inn tierea tt'lleeil, Olid
In linit mnl TtieUlilet; ilrnl'tkil wmri. I'iic- lie
iiiiiiiis lurnlluro, chickens, tto,
Puiir mul.,in lliltil niataion Kdlli riir.il; iplepdlll Tie* ol
Iln lny;   :.■.« '..aa,  w»ter| llitco voin in imi' bnUnre.
Wli
I ONHII'I 1    tSl\ll,  D. I   2SS
HAVE STILL A 1'KW GOOD LOTS IN THIS BLOCK
LOTS HIIIM   $3','J|  CASH,   Mt.ll
NORTH VAKCOUVEK FURY & POWER CO,, LTD,
Summer Time Tnble, 1907
LEAVING VANCOUVER
CITY:
LEAVING  NORTH VANCOUVER CITV:
STEAMER
ST, OEOROE,
•0,00 A. M,
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3,16 "
4,16 "
6.16 "
0.16 "
7,26 "
8.15 "
11.15 "
10.15 ."
•11.30   "
STEAMER
N,  VANCOUVER,
9,46 A.M.
10.45 "
11.45 "
11.15 t'.M.
1.45 "
2.45 "
3.46 "
4.15 "
5.45 "
0.45 "
STKA
ST, KE
•0.20
•7.20
3,20
11.00
0.45
10.15
11.45
12,46
1,46
2.45
3.45
4.45
5.46
(1.45
7.45
S.45
9.45
10.45
•11.46'
MER
URGE,
A.M.
P, M.
STEAMER
N, VANCOUVER,
10.15 A.M.
11.16 "
12.15 P. M.
1.15 "
2.18 "
3.16 "
4,15 "
5.15 '
0.15 "
7.15 "
* Nut tin Siuulny,
$4 mm $4 SHOES  $4
Wc claim to curry the bes
ol this popular priced SliQe in
ilm city.
l!n\ Call Lined, Double
Sole, Gootlytar Welled
\ RAINY DAY BOOT
Vevur Call, Gun Metal Call, or
Fine Dongola, Single or double
slip soles, All Goodyear Welts
Neat Dressy Hoots.
~%_F{~ ALL AT $4.00
PYKE'S SHOE STORE
516 HASTINGS STREET W.
INSURANCE.
Expanding the Equation
Under the above 1 aption the
current issue ul Cellier'i states
that British  Columbia  is busily
battling with ilan.' 1 is invasions.
The Asiatic peril is not the only
problem that perplexi s ' In tho
north end ol her coast line is n
new city budding into prominence
and bidding lor commercial supremacy, Like Vancouver, Prince
Rupert is to bi the terminal ol a
great continental trunk line, a
point where, as Kipling puts it,
the iron horses come down lo the
Pacific to drink. The building -if
this railroaal and its terminal
would be an industrial blessing to
any province so rn lily cndowi d
with natural wealth were it not
that it takes hold ol a vast and
rich region with a tyrannical grip
that makes llritisli Columbia a one-
corporation country. The inili*
viduil promoter who enters into
the domain which tho Grand Trunk
I',11 ilit obtained Irom the province
lm a paltry price is sure to sei thc
1 an 11 ial  tyrant's  leeth.    And
tli* people who go to lhat north
1 re town to ventttrt upon quasi-
public enterprises will find that
the syndicate have golten in mi
tin ground Hoot must be reckoned
with. Along its southern limits
and throughout Vancouver Island
the procince is lacing lumber
monopolies which in their proportions make the timber combines in thc States look pale indeed. Extensive purchases ol
timber lands have been made with
great frequency within the Inst
twelve months, Ii is now revealed
that the agents negotiating these
puri ItaseB represent Standard Oil
inti rests, and a group "I capitalists, including J. P, Morgan, J.
j. Ihii and Frederick Weycr*
haeuscr. While these competitive
gigantii holdings insure a prompt
development ol the lumber interests in liriiish Columbia's vast
!»i.".1,,  they also mean au impoverishing   ol    tho   province's
natural wealth,    lhc inestimable
fortunes which these (orcsts will
■ i' ate will K" l°  foreign banks
and Iind investment in Ion ign 1 n
terprises.   The onlj local bem fits
that are likely to accrue will Iall
upon the labor which those corporations must employ.   Tin:* is
an industrial problem ivhich the
province is forced to face.   Hut ii
is not new.   li is one that India
I.,i' imi'.! had, It was the principi 1
inspiration ol  a vicious  war  in
South Africa,   It has [astern d it-
sell upon Mexit oand threatens thc
p publii s ol  South Ann rica,   It
ha, bei "in'' a potent pari ol the
politics ol the United States, and
now il is taking a lirm hold ou
Britain's  hall  ol North America.
lt bas, in lact, become a 1 ontinen
lal problem  In re,    It has per
plexed economists and it has corrupted legislative bodies. Perhaps it is but a chapter in tlie
ii onomii bi liooling ol the world.
At all events ii is an unsolved
equation, May liriiish Columbia
help to find the answer.
Ambition Lodge No. 73
The llenil iill'n'f nl (he PACIFIC COAST FIRE 1N sl'K A NC K COMPANY is in Vnncouver. Tho LOCAL AGENCY ia at tho cornor ol Lbns'dalo
avenue ami 8econd slreet.
Yunr proporty may not bo burned down tomorrow, but then again it may.
Yon will sloop Boundor o'nlghltj if yuu are protected, .last drop yourself ur n card
in mv office ami be happy.
' An EMPLOYERS LIABILITY POLICY Removes the last element of nu*
certainty an to whallt cuabi to run yout business.
I am ni your Borvlco Inr any kind ol Insurance
Real Estate—A Few Good Ilnys.
Lol 7, Itlock 211, H. L, 273, t(150; 1.150cash, (150 Jan. amltlKO Silly, 1008
Lot ami ono hall tin First atreot, just ivost ol Lonsdale avenue, with Improvements, worth $10,000; price 10,000.
Seven and one-quarter acres (rontlng on Capilano Creok, near tlio Kollh
Road,   It takes $375 an acre te buy this,  Would make a great li11lo Btib-divlsion.
A. J. Pigton-Warlow
Insurance and Realty Broker
CORNER OF LONSDALE AVENUE ANI) SECOND STREET
North Vancouver
We Do
Job
Printing
CAPILANO
II
The following programme lor
ihis nu mill has heen prepared by
Ambition Lodge No, 73, Good
Templars, All are cordially invited to attend.
Nov, ,| -Reports and installation.
Nov. II    I1. (',. T. supplies pro-'
gramme,
Motto: "Onward .nul Upward..'
The Lord, no doubt, never made
1 woman's form that the dress*
iiiaka 1 didn't think she could im
prove upon
Uini' mi iiaml a larao supply nl Cement
lllocka, niiiile Inun lirsli ti liter stiiiil.
Samples may he seen 111 the now
cement roBldentidon Second street cast,
si.'.eut blocks 8x10.
I'uii imrtionliirs run bo hail Iriiin the
IVpstorn Corporation office, ur write to
CAl'll-ANo CEMENT BLOCK CO.
Nurlh Vancouver! B.C.
60   YEARS'
.EXPERIENCE
Note Telephone Number of
siiaw's rioNKKi:
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fill-llli., 1 ; iiiijrBClfinUltQ 1'iiiriiiil. Tcrtlll, 13
»nri [mitmuiitbli$li Holdliyull iu'w?(!('i.!"rn.
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NUMBER Elf EY THREE.
|   We hint'the I'.esuii'l M«sl Corelullv
Sili eli il Stock (ur uur size till the Pacific
; t'liiistfiiii'l ut xl wi'i'lt ne open up a shirk
'ul China and tiliisstviire. We Invite inspection, especially liotn the nit'inhers
ol the li'inrj ol trade, THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
II
Tlie regular mooting uf ihe city council was held In Ilm ciiy hull un Monday
evening, His womlilp, Mayor Kealy,
presided nnd nil llio iiltWiiion wore pro-
sent.
A loiter tram tlio North Vancouver
Ferry & Power Co, in reply lo n roqtiosl
uf tlio city ni'ii for n BiiliBtltnto boat
in liiini' of lite dlsnbled Nurlh Vnncuiu
ver, stnit'il ihnt tlie company considered
Unit il tins mil ndvlsnlllo I'l imt il
ali'imgo I'i'tii'i un 'lie mu In llie foggy
weather ns it ivns uuin'o, Tlm loiter
ivns filed,
A, ]•'. lli'nsli'j iiniii, requesting Unit
a proper crossing ho itl.ieotl til tlm Intersection uf I'linili'i'iiili street nutl
l.niisilule iivonni' un Iln* ivesl s'uli*. Ml',
Iti'iish'y stnit'il lliiit tile uld nni' which
ivns luiili ut [iiuiclicoii Inui given wny
anil *-nnk owing tu ihe 'hauling of dirt
rut' tilling hy Uie city ii'iiins. Ili'i'i'i't't'il
tu ilu* board aaf iviiil,- uilh power to
iiei.
It.' W. Young's tetter wns road ro-
titit'siiiig several Improvements, tu ro*
niuve  the  aalisli;i.-ii.ni  e,  Uie  mail  nl
the Junction uf llii si i nml Lonsdale,
tu fill up Uie illicit BcrosB lhe slreet
imd tii'inniil the hydrant ni this Bp'o't, tu
iiillstl'llet il snililhle crOSStttg ml iln'
liiuisiliili' Street iliieh mt ills! slreet,
mul Uie niHironeh tu Mr. Young's gate
ninl also thm some iliiiigerous hud nii-
slglttt.v holed un '21-a street between
l.misihih' mnl Uie iiiiii' in Mr. Young's
plnco be lilliM ii|i. These mullet's ivere
refi't'i'eil in the board uf works,
W. A. Itmier stilted in his communication regnrdhig ihe ilotllcntlng uf n
80-foot ruiul iilliuviinee on (lie easterly
boumliiiy of lot in, block 200, D, l„ MR,
ihni nil ihe 11111111 Ihoro wero nebessnry
in iimt dlstricl hnd been left to the
south mnl liml Ihey were eiinliiiueil in
recuhtr "order witli (filter conlieclliig
streets, 'J no plnu in referjmco to llii-
li'iii'r wni pnssetl under protest.
Plan uf subdivision of Inst 210 (eel iia
bltVt-h ' ■  'i  I.. 510 ivns submitted nml
m I.
Anullii'i' lilun "f ims 1, ll. 'A. Iilock
ill. II. I.. I'.'JI ivns illni iniiseil,
'I'ln' lire1 liylaw  was given Ils tlrst
I'i'ildilli*.
Tin* engineer's riiport on iirnitt's wns
lii'iiiL'hi up nnil it wns finally decided
by ilie iitiiyor's ousting vute Unit in the
;iii"iiniiiiii' n pi'i'tiimi.'iii grnde, con*
Inrmlng iviih tin* engineer's reeonnnen-
il.ltaaalu  he  I'stllllM-dll'il  on   l,ia||-.l;lh'  llatlll
tlm ivaiii'ift'itii ti. iln' it.,tilt side iif first
Sll'l'l'l.
The Wallitce shipbuilding company
have heen awarded thu contract lor
lh ■ repairing nnd fitting up uf the Str.
North Vancouver,
Th, ;ijtii'iiiitil Btipulotca thnl lhe
vnrk   hi'   completed   III   eight     ur    tell
ihiis.    Arrangements nre conleiup'/tod
lm- suHte alteration ill the' passenger
|ii'i'"iiitti",titliu:i tin the hunt  which uill
■nhl materially to   thu   oouitnrl   nml
safety uf Ihe public.
By-laws Vote Small.
Tint sinnlU'St vote In the history of
the city wus that east yesterday for
tlm fluuo money bylaws. Sonroely flvo
per emit, ot the totul niuiilier' on the
list exorcised tholr frmit'ltlse, the num-
lier of ballots cast being only 115,
'It was necessary than a thrno-flflhs
majority bo Imd In onler to curry theni.
Tina vote ivns us follows!
School Slton: For, 63; ngnlnst, 49;
spoilt, 3.   Defeated by II.
Park uini nouk'viii'ii: For, 15;
ngnlnst, 39; spolt, l.  Carried,
Water System Extension: I'or, lli;
ngnlnst, 37; spoilt, 2,   Currlcil.
,
MONTREAL, Oct. 80,-Dora La
Pierre, a tolephono operator, 20 years
»E nge, had her head nml hack suri-
niisly injured by being jammed between a pnsBcngor elevator and lhc
top slinl'l dflpr in the Hell Tflepbone
huililing Insl night. Slie is fatally injured.
PITTSBURG, Oct, :m.-Mrs. Mary
.rji'utt llitrtji' has.fili'l "i'h the Buperior
'iniirt in Philndclphia nn answer lo tbo
brief filed by her husband, Augustus,
lliirljo, siviiid weeks agn, in which lie
requeued thnt' the divorce ense he
postponed iii ni.tir I., .niii.Ir him to introduce additional nowlj discovered
testimony.  She denies all nllogationB.
.Mr. A. llihsiin returned mi Saturday
night frniii u week's vacation in the
Bqiinmlsli Volley, where be wns tlic
p f Mr, ,1 O, QUI,
Methodist Church.
Tin' North Vnncouvor Methodist
church wus nu Sunday formally opened
uml dedicated lo the service ol Ood.
There wns nn excellent nttomlnuco nl
tin' morning service when the dedicator)
riles woro conducted by ltev. A. M,
Siiiiforil, pi'siih'ttl of Ihe liriiish Columbia Methodist conference, The preacher
wns ltev. Itobcrl Mllllkcn, pnstor uf lhe
H'eslny Melliiulisl church, who took as
his text the well known wotds nf nur
Lord nroiiutl which *<> milch controversy has waged: "Ami Ile breathed
mt them, saying 'Itccelvo ye the Holy
Uliost, Whosesoever situ ye remit ihey
ure remitted unto them, iiiiiI whosesoever sins ye j'oliiiu, they ure reliiiiieil.'"
Iii the course uf nu Interesting sermon,   ltev.   Mr.   Mllllkoil   defined   Ihe
1C ni, mul Anglican Catholic Interpre-
Intlou of these words, uml nlso thnl ul
tlio Nonconformists,    Rev. Hr. Fraser
preached iu the ufleri u nud ltev. .1.
I'l, Wesliiimi in llie evening.
The Vancouver World Says
Attend Council Meetings.
A very Intelligent suggestion is of-
fi'ti'al in rognrd in the rotepnycrs at-
tciidlng, even ut lutct'Vnls, iho council
meetings,
Month in iind month nnt the council
diligently performs its duties, practically
iiiiliniii heijrors in tite hull, witli the exception possibly    nf    it    ili'lUltntinll III
lengthy Intervals ur n personal request
nf sniiie liiillvldnnl requiring some Berlin' performed Inr him. With those
exceptions the ratepayers nro practically
Ignorant ui tn tlio council's doings, besides the stiiinl nnil Initiative laken by
each imtiviiliiiil nliloriiiiiii fnr liis ivnrd.
When pulling tiny conies nrntinil Iho
ratepayer goes In the polls mnl ouili Ills
vnto without nn enlightened Idea nf how
much wink the representative nf bucIi
ward has been instrumental in itccom-
lillsbliig nml the credit he is entitled to
fur ins iiiiiii'iuniplishi'il efforts, othei
iiniii from hearsay nr newspaper reports,
which cannot niii' iu detail (ho dlieus-
siuiis following iln* Introduction of uny
siihji'i'i or tin, poslllon taken by tht
council mt uny Issue which might oi
might imt be beneficial to lhe oily'.*
interests
HEL8IN0F0RS, (lot. 30,-The Did
today rejected llie proposed appropriation uf $l7,llnil,il(HI us compensation for
the exemption nf Finns from serving
in tlie Russian army,   This action of
llie diet will nild fuel In   the   present
agitation of Ibn
against Finnish
Itiissinn Reactionaries
autonomy.
NEW STORK, Oct. cW.-Promlnont
railroad men gathered here yesterday
in discuss lhe curtailment of expenses
tin llieir respective rtimls. The general opinion expressed was Ihnt there
would bc a material reduction in the
outlay for the operation nf railroads
and in the purchase uf railway supplies.
LONDON, Oct.' 80.—Jenico Win.
Jnsepli Preston Viscount Gormanatown,
wlm (lied today, wns lhe premier Irish
viscount. Ih: suffered n paralytic
stroke on Siituriluy und never regained
t'niist'iiiiisncss.   He was burn in 1837.
OTTAWA', (lit. 80.—Whirled a hun-
Ircil times around the main shafting
in the shttp at the Caledonia foundry,
New Edinburgh, John A. McOallum, a
moulder apprentice, received injuries
which CBUBCd his dentil ill the Protestant general hospital snme hours afterwards.
New Quarters lor the
Athletic Club.
At in,' special meeting nt the AlhlUlc
association, bolil oil Ttlosilny. nt whlob
President MoKcntlo prosldcd! It was
ii.iiiliiiniisly resolved tn vacate tin' pros*
lun imu ui iba- 'ini uf this month in
consequence uf u loiter recolved Irom
Mr. liniistoy. iliu landlord. Thr executive has tlio matter uf obtaining new
luarters In hand, uml it is oxpocted
Unit satisfactory arrangements mnl
suitable premises will bo provided lor
Within tho ni'st fi'W weeks.
NEW YORK, Oct, 80,-Jamea B,
I.yttle, the alleged promotor ol tho
nnu defunct Automatic Needle Company, of this city, und the Self-Thread-
iug Needle Company <>f Minneapolis,
wns arrested lure today charged with
grand larceny in connection wiih sales
ttf the sleeks nf Ihese companies, He
wns held in $16,000 bail for exiiiiiina-
liiui Thursday,
NEW YORK, Oct. 30.—A man who
mi Thursday registered ut the Waldorf
Astoria ns 11. Ii. Potter, ,lr,, of Philadelphia, was [itiiiid dead in his room
lust night, After un examination ol
ihe body Coroner Harburger Btated bis
belief thnt lhe man bad been murdered. In a loiter he left ho describod
being attacked by thugs.
TOBERMORAY, Ont., Oct. 30.-
The steamer City of (hand Rapids
was totally destroyed by fire at tho
dock hero Inst night, The crew are
safe, The cause of the fiie is unknown.
VEOREVILLE, Alb., Oct. 80.-1, K.
south of Itanfnrly, shut with probably
iniul results, a neighbor named Richard Harper, nn Monday afternoon,
Hollar bus given bimseli up lu the po*
hen, confessing to the Bhooting, which
be snid he dial iu self defence,   Harper
is -allll living, Iiiit his wounds niv -n-
inns, tho discharge entering tho Bide
ul his face,
GOSHEN, N, V., Oct, DO.-ChaB. 11
lingers, who wus convicted Inst night ol
the murder iu the first degree fur killing uf Fred It. Olnoy noar Middlctown,
is reported to be itt a nervous fundi*
NORTH   VANCOUVER
LOT 373
STILL   THE   BEST   BUY
We have some lots left In this Original
Subdivision.   Call and see us, and
buy before they are all yone.
The Electric Tram runs
right through this property
It is bound to be an  important addition
in the near future
Easy Term*
For Prices and Maps, apply
I
I.
440   SEYMOUR    STREET
it. uicmi HOUIaOATB. MANAOKU
LIST YOUR
PROPERTY
WITH US nn:
OlIICK SALE
A. SMITH & CO.
JUNCTION   BLOCK
NOMII VANCOUVIR.
mbb M, A. DOriNER
Experienced tnualo teacher, graduate
(lonservalorj ol Music, Paris, Prance
will give loBiona e\fr\ (Saturday utter
noun ut Nnrth Vancouver, Btudlo, Mrs
Anderson's, Thirteenth street, ourtte:
Chesterfield nvonue, next tn Ohurch ol
England,  lur particulars apply
MISS >!  A. ImllNKIt.
Vancouver, it. (!.
General Dellvory.
PUPILS WANTED
lion tu dny
is reared,
uml his r pli'lo collapi
SMOKE —-^
TERMINUS CIGAR
CLEAR HAVANA FILLED
Mis- Clapp 11 I>r.* 1 -;iro. 1 t" r ive it
limited number ol Pupils, between the
ageH ui nix mul twelve years, »t hi r re-i*
donee on Pint street east, Nnrth Vim*
couver. ll.l!.
Information regarding terms, boon,
,.io., mil ho hirolshed nu application.
W. NICHOLSON LAI1LY
ARt lllllll
Temporary Ollice I'. Cudney's
Flint Shop, Esplanade,
NnRiii Vancouver, B. C.
Auctioneers
Accountants,    Ainlitors    Genera
Commission Hrokers
Real Utile viml-.
SL llll! ~
Ti.i i:i'ii"Mi II '.'lli:!
G. L. I0K0LNS1N
lull   liii|iiir,i   tnt   II   (.  ImiiiI   Sul,',"
'rnomtSBS
lnllinij- Itrltl      'i-i'
S'tl^tltl'inli tl I  I ,,11*11 lift la HI. Maa|.».  lalUll-
•in., Mining * I , -all' l>irla!a>tia,QlC.
II llmllllii St. IV..
VANI'ilt'VKII, II. 0
J. \V. BALMAIN
CIVIL   KN'.IMUUI
ami ARCHITRCT
Plans, Quantities, Levels
Huporlnlondi 11 1 tionstrui ll m
a.a mu ^rtiKi 1.
NORTH
■""IIVHl   I usatill I   All.
VANCOUVER.
iMabrlk Willis<xo| I
PIANO TEAOHKB
I'oi'iitl itlloia l.n glvt 11  (■,  :   .,
mnl ions production,
ItUdJO        .-''."ll'l   !'"(' I.''',    -ifUl'l     *■"!•
out.mill, l.'.iiH'Inl,- Ka»t.
Vaucouver Harbor in 1889,.looking northward Irom loot ol Granville Street, i% miles across the iulet Irom this port,
Tenders Wanted
'IMAIH'ltS   Wl I.I.  RR  RKCKIVKH
' l.v ilm undi t-i.'i.id up loTIIUltd-
DAY, October Sl, I1W7, (ur the croc-
tlnn nl ,111 Bxhlhltlon Hull, un ilm
grnundfl ui lhe corner nl Twonty.flrst
street nml Lonsdale svonna, Inr lite
Nurtli Vancouver Horticultural mil
Agrlcullural B cii'li
I'lniiH mid sjieclncallons maj bo seen
al tl Illce "i Aid Ales  K11 fill, I'resl-
•letii, Junction block, iiii- a ,n
The Inui"-! nr .iltv tonilot l)Ol   I	
mrilv accepted,
Address ollori in
It. L, DOCilKRTV, Bee
Lonsdaleayenuoi
Time lor receiving the above ii-mlur*
hu  been eu I«d to TUESDAY
NOVEMBER 5th nnt,
Rolled Oii f s
Floor
I1«u) and Teed
Seeds
AIL URIII KS
PII IVLRED
ibeBrackmao Ker
Milling Co.
Limited.
Hatty Mitchell, local ujanager,
I   1. dale Aiiiitie..
I'm",    In ,1 '        a    I
I ■   ■  wei Plants, grown from
ilwayi mi hand. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
HERE IS A CHANCE TO BUY
CHEAPER THAN THE CITY COUNCIL
For school purposes the Nortli Vancouver City Council propose to buy Block 2, I). L. 373, lor $20,000. We
will sell vou CLEARED LOTS in (
BLOCK 105
DIST.  LOT 550
overlooking the proposed school grounds at
$000 and $700 Each
One-third rush, balance six and 12 months
S.GINTZBURGER
— LIMITED
101 Cordova Slreet, Vancouver, ft. C.
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
0
ESTABLISHED   1636
NIC of the oiliest banks doing Imsiness in
this country.
fill Branches in Canada mnl llie I'nHcd Males.
A general banking Imsiness transacted.
Minify Orders Issued payable anywhere in
Canada, United Status or Great Britain.
Drafts bought and sold.
Prompt attention given to collections.
Saving Iiuiiii Department—Deposits of $-.00
ami  upwards received.   Interest paid every
three months.
Office, Cor. lonsdale Ave. and tsplanade, North Vancouver, B. C.
II. K. liim Ll*, Manager.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Cars leave the Ferry Landing for Queensbury Avenue, Twenty-first
street and Lonsdale, Winch street ami Keith Koad as follows: 6:15
a.m., 6:45 a. in., 7:15 a. 111., 7:45 a. m., 8:IJ a. m., g a. m. 9:40 a. in.,
10:10 a. m., Alter 10:25 a. m., cars will leave Queensbury avenue,
Twenty-fint and Lonsdale avenue, and Winch street and Keith Koad
at five minutes to the hour and twenty-five minutes past the hour.
Cars leave Nineteenth street and Queensbury avenue, Twenty-first
Street ami Lonsdale avenue, Winch street and Keith Koad as follows:
6 a. m., 6:30 a. 111., 7 a. m., 7:3" a. in., 8 a. 111., 8:45 a. ni., 9:15 a. m.,
9:55 a, 111., 1025 a. tn. After 9:40 a. in. cars leave the Kerry Landing
at ten minutes past the the hour and twenty minutes to the hour.
\Yjff   All boats are met by the cars.
Hotel North Vancouver.
1 ■   , '-1'J !\'•?'<*■'",
,4
brand
Tourist
Kcsort
Up-to-date
Kates:
$2.00 per
Day
and up
Special
Kates lor
Families
and
Regular
Hoarders
I erry Service I very Half Hour to and from Ihis Hotel
to Vancouver, P. Larson, Prop.
I
Rainier Beer^>
I   11 glorious bevcrnge—quenching and
'    h'l'iiHiiilii'i' there's no other
"jusi :i- good"—insi 1 on getting Ititinior,
PACIFIC  BOTTLING  WORKS
Vancouver, B, C,
The boys and girls, as usual,
enjoyed themselves on Hollowe'cn
lust night. No damage is reported.
A "man" was killed last night
(Ilollowc'en) by a street car on
Lonsdale avenue, near Fourth
street. The car was run by
Murphy Campbell, No inquest
was necessary as it was only a man
ol straw, but Murphy has not got
over the shock yet.
Thirty-six extra postoffice boxes
have been installed in the local
oflice.
Miss Alice Creighton and Mrs.
J. G. Murray, ol Victoria, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Crowley, ol
Lonsdale avenue north. They will
return to the Capital City on
Sunday.
Mrs. A. Davis, wife ol our
popular chief of police, and
daughter, Fourth street and Mahon
avenue, have arrived home, and
are in the best ol health.
The entertainment to be given
in Larson's Pavilion on Tuesday
night, the 5th November, in aid of
St. John's church, will open with
the well known comedy farce, "Iei
en l'arte Francias," in which
Mesdames Jackson, Scriven, the
Misses Cameron, and Pitt, and
Messrs. W. J. Butler, [F. Diplock
and A. Williams will take part,
to be followed liy the "Royal
Norvan Minstrels, " in tlieir first
appearance in the Ambitious City,
A fifty-horse power electric
motor has been installed atWheel-
don's shingle mill, corner Twenty-
third and Lonsdale avenue.
The winners at the Thanksgiving day shoot at Moodyville range
were: Messrs. B. Anson, McCor-
mack, Britton, Ilellis, Wiggand,
Bryce, Larson, Fitzpitrick, Baker and the two Mees, junior and
senior.
Goto
STEACY'S
Trie
LOTS
70 \ 210
$300
1 In'a i'i saw mill and plank road ;
i'ii minutes Irom car; only $300.
Also a lew 1 4 acres lor S200;
ti ms, 1 ' , down, fto per month.
House to let, fi rooms, all con*
veniences; splendid view. Also
one lor sale. V500 cash and lio
per month,
r*vopperleill> cleared lots un lonsdale Avenue
$900 each
WESTERN CORPORATION,  LTD.
Cheapest
Grocer
In Town
tion with this wc would like to
draw attention to the lact that the
property owners of the valley subscribed last summer a private fund
to open up the trails to the middle
canyon ol the Lynn. The West-
over road is the direct route to the
trails, but at the present time for
pedestrians the road is in a most
disreputable condition. It can
be imagined easily whit it is to
conveyances to conjure with. The
council should take immediate action to fix this road before the wet
weather sets in, seeing that the
residents and owners there have
done so much.
WOOD TO BURN
Semi in your orders now for Dry
Green-Gut Clear Fir.
Stove lengths, porcord, delivered,.$6.00
Cordwood, lengths, delivered fl.lit)
NO. I SHINGLES
In stunk.  Immediate delivery.
Cor.Mnl St. nml Lonsdale Av
PATRONIZE
the
BOARD OF TRADE
BARBER SHOP
Lonsdale Avenue,
near corner of First streei
urns
CIGARS and TOBACCOS
BIRT CAMPBELL
Prop.
A.A. CR WSTON
GENERAL  BROKER.
AN. NOTARY PUBLIC
iNsuitANct.  In all Iti Branchsi.
Minino.   Placer and Hydraulic
TiMata:- Hardwood, Cedar and Fir.
Manasch rou the Commiucial
PaoriCTivt
Office:  Flrit St., E.of Lo
. I ME! I It.
FOB A FULL LINE OF
Groceries and
Vegetables.
PALACE HOTEL
BI.M riRNiMUft Haiti on nir ctA&T
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AN UP-TO-DATE
TOUK1ST KESOKT
ItATaa: (1.00 PER
DAY AND UP
Tea and
Potatoes
Our Specialty
' Our POTATOES wo recommend to bs
A I.
FRUIT JARB-n lew more left.
APPLES-galoro.
Cull to nee US, 'twill pay yon.   Wu
have something to tell you aboui
OUR SPECIAL
which should I'leawall.
Our Goods are Good
Oar Prices are Righl
Corner 8th St. and lonsdale Ave.
TII.KI'IION'R   10
If you are going to BUILD
or do any ALTERATIONS
consult ua nml ws will
snvoyou MONEY.
Plans, Etc.,   prepared  lor  any
style house. Estimates furnished
nnu sm
BUILDERS     6th St., West
Special Rates to Families and Regular Boarder*
Half-hour lorry connection to nnil Irom Vancouver.  Hot anil cold
ivnter in every room,   lluliirn call bells in every room,
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Second jtrket,   -      -   -   NORTH  VANCOUVER, li. C.
SPECIAL BARGAINS
I.iinshai.k Avenue—Between Fourth and Fifth streets, cleared
lot, size 115x130 leet, to a ao-toot alley. Price J2000. Terms one-third
cash, balance (i and 12 months.
Filty-foot lot in same block (ranting on Lonsdale avenue, Price
J4000.   Similar terms.
Chesterfield Avenue—Near Fifteenth street, lot 60x150 leet.
Price $550.   Terms one-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months.
Fourth Street ami Queensdurv Avenue—Double comer on car
line, magnificent situation.   Price faioo.   Terms to he arranged.
Two Cleared Lots on Fourteenth Street—Close to St.'Andrew's avenue, size 50x157 each.    Price $450 each.   Easy terms.
Fifth Street—Between Lonsdale and St. George's avenues, two
lots, 50x140 each.   Price Jyoo.   Easy terms.
Lonsdale Avenue—Lot 50x120, between Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets. Price Jijoo. Terms one-third cash, balance (i and 12
months.
Finn Street—One block from Queensbury avenue, two south
front lots, 50x137 each, to a 20-foot alley. Price $550 each. Terms
one-third cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Sixth Street—ln block 8, 150 leet from Queensbury avenue car
line, size 50x137, lo a 2oIoot alley, south front. Price (600 each.
Terms one-fourth cash, balance in 6 and 12 months,
We have also a large list el properties in all parts o( the city.
We deal exclusively in close-in city properties, and can oiler you
the best bargains and the choicest locations obtainable anywhere,
Correspondence solicited, or belter still, call and see us and let
us show you what we have to oiler.
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO. Ltd.
Corner Lonsdalo Avo. and Fifth St.
TEL. 16 NORTH VANCOUVER
Capilano Hotel
oapila.no dam
Everything new and modern, affording all the
luxuries ol a metropolitan hostlery. Elevation 500
leet above sea level. Ideally situated (or people
wishing an exhiliarating climate, beautiful mountain
scenery and climbing, and good fishing and shooting.
A lew hours from the summit ol Mount Crown aud
the Lions.
Tally-ho meets car connecting with 9:15 Ierry,
at Bewicke avenue, returning between 6 and 7 p.m.,
calling at the two canyons and the suspension bridge,
allowing time for inspection.
RATES:   $2.50 to $3.00 Per Day
SPECIAL,   HATItS  TO   a'AMILIBS  AND    UK'.l'I.AIl
HOARDERS
DICKSON W. KELLS, Prop.
TBLKPHONB ,04a,  NORTH   VANCOU Vim.
IHE STORE Of PLENTY
J. A. M'MILLAN. GROCER
Corner Esplanade and Lonsdale Avenue
When you want
a job of Painting
or Paper Hanging
or Kalsomining
done.   See
Hardy & Stoney
Sixth Street
NORTH   VANCOUVER.
BULBS
I mm Trance, tlollund *nd Jotion.
SEEDS,
TREES,
PLANTS
TOR LAI 1 PLANTING
ritliitltl.' varieties at reasonable prices,
FertlllMrt, Bu Supplies, Spray Pumps,
Spraying Material, Cut Flowers, etc.
Oldest wlalilmlinl nursery on the
mainland ol British Columbia.
Catalogue. Iree.
M. J. HENRY'S J
NURSERIES AND St tUHOlStS.
VANOOUVER, n. 0.
JAS. GRAHAME & CO.
Painters and Paprrhangers
Mural Decorators
Grainers    Glaziers    Signs
LONSDALE   AVENUE,
Opp. ijth Street,

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