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VOLU.ME 8
NOKTIl VANCOUVKR, B. C., FRIDAY, AUGUST IH, 190!).
NUMBER 15
liitiiiitiiiMiitttiniT"' 1111 !>••*>
AN ACCIDENT
.hud
\\.II.Norris, most worthy grand
|i.ilioii, iluii- assembled ill tlic
lodge l'noiii ui Burrard lodge,
No. jo, A. F, & A. U., Tuesday
alternoon, Uu loth mst., ■ nam-
I.il   .il  111.ise iulclcslcd 111 Ulsll-
tuting a subordinate ihupinr ol
iln- Eastern Sun in tins city.
Aiui   .ni  explanation  by   tin.-
gTllllll nlliicr, us lo llu* lessons,
teachings .unl purposes, Um eer-
uiionus mu* proceeded with.
llu- Bams chosen .unl by which
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Tin- trip ol mr No. hi dim 11 Ithi lotting seals and nther far-
Lonsilule uvi-nue, vesieriluv ai- niahingi ol the car without ..in
tirnoon,  ul  which  it  was  lo serious  accident,  .m.l  Mdlenng
meet thc lour o'clock Ierry,proi- mttoll Irom short, braim,   I
ed a iiitelul one ior the car uml scralchcs.
a serious one lor ihe liiiein pan- a   A crowd ol citiieni wis
singers who mi I sbotli ''hu been sttroted bj we «« ilu- chapter mil be designated,
car wus iu charge- oi Conductor career ol iln- car, wai uutantlj ui Burrard Chaptei No. 3 oi the
Jones and Motorniau Kellv,tim on the ipot, loremoet amongst Baatern Star. The election oi
men who enjov the confidence ol whom iuit Geo. Nicholson, J. oflicen reiulted us lollows;
the public as "operatives ol ex-'J. Woods, A. E. Greer, .Uui- Worthy Matron-Mrs. Fugler
perieiice and caution. All went colin McMillan, Mr, Uum*, Worthy Patron- R.U . Bro. D.
well until the saletv switch, at Harry Hums uml  others,   nlm q, i)j,k
the   corner  of  3rd   street   was jumi>cd down upon lhe iar ami,     ASSOC, Matron—Mrs. Wheeler
passed,  after which,  according;by bruaking the windows,   sm-    Sec-Sadie J. Peers
" ' .        .1   j   :—   ... .ilaa   ii.,.if   %-.   i\    im.        '1'           ti...    kr.iifii.
to the statements ol passengers
and eye witnesses, some dillicui-
ty, the nature oi which has not
yet been determined, developed
with thu brakes, and Kill;.
lound that he could not control
the car. He instantly revel si 1.
the motor, but the iusis blew
out. The car was then rapidl)
gaming headway, and the .iKiia*
tion was becoming serious.
Conductor Jones, with tin assistance of a passenger wus living to check the car by means
oi the rear brake und the passenger, Pete 1,1'Piile, lineman lor
the B. C. Telephone Co., lindiug
that this brake would lml WOTS
jumped (rom the car without
mishap. Molormaii Kelly hurried through the car to see if
the rear brake could not be
made to work, but all ellorts lo
check the ever increasing momentum of tlie car, were futile.
In the vicinity ol the Espl,ui,nli
Harry Fountain, another line-
inun (or the B. C   Telephone Co.
succeeded in leaping Irom th*
car in safety. Condtutor .loins
seeing lliul there Was no In .pi
..I averting a disaster look his
stand ut lhe inner dooriiui an.l
did whut lie could to resit.mi
the passengers, composed inuill-
lv of women uud children, ami
remained mth the car until Uh
en iill liv lhe rescuers.
Molorinuti Kelly, after bttVI
lv making lhe last possible el-
lort to bring the car under control, remained iteadfaitly witli
Conductor Jones alter the cuse
hud become hopeless and until
the very instuni al wluili the
car, running at 1 iirnln pace,
leaped hltO space over lh.   I'liii
oi the track, ninn he evidently I
endeavored to leup, .Uld ill so
doing was hurled into Iln air.
In lulling, his head came Mo
contact with a puce ol planking
fracturing Un- skull ami rendering liim unconscious. Percy
Booth was lhe lirst to reach Uninjured man und curried him lo
thc sidewalk, alter which he
was conveyed to tin hospital.
Meantime  the  cur,   With  the
uiiliirtunnle    occtipunls,   slunk
the slightly elevated mctim ll
whnh the truik ends, leaped m
iiul leet into llie uir over the
end of the ruils, lighted licit the
jum tion ol the fern 11l1.ul with
seeded in making their waj in     Trees.—Mrs. McMillan
side to the reliel ol lhe helpless     Conductress-Mrs. Irwin
passengers.     Ably usSlstcii    Iti      Assoc. Conductress—.Mrs. Pii
many willing hands, the ladies ling
BENNETT - MOUNCE
A 11 ediling, in which all North
Vancouver residents will leel a
mr.I1.1l Intereit, was celebrated
ai Cumberland, V. 1., on Wed*
net-day the nth inst., winn
John Bertram Bennett, principal ol lhe piii'alic schools ol lliis
city, wus united in holy uiatri-
111..ui io l.viliu J. ttounce, The
briili.' lias been matron ol the
hospital at Cumberland lor a
number oi years, and ls ,1 sister
ol Lulls Mouuce, SX-M. 1,. A*,
al   uhose   home   the   ceieinoni
wss performed Rei. A. fa,,
Green was tlm olliciutmg clergyman. Alter a short trip to tiie
Sound cities, during winch they
will visit the Seattle lair, Mr.
and Mrs. Bennett will take up
their residence on nth street
east.
As principal oi the local public schools, Mr. BeuiieU has won
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! LOCAL NEWS
aiid children, Conductor Jones
.mil the one male passenger remaining 111 the car were removed from their perilous position,
and, as quickly as possible, coli-
eyed where medical attendance
was at hand.
The list ol lhe injured is as
lollows;
Mrs. A. E. Kealv, North Van-
Chaplain- Mrs. Stoney far himacli ,1 high place in the
Points ul Ster—Mrs. Bradley j esteem not only ol his stall and
Mrs. E. A. Morden    the board ol school trustees,lml
Mrs. Chance
Mrs. Amskold
Mrs. MiT'ailnnc
Warden   Mrs. Vheadoa
Sentinel—Mr, T. Hutchison
Following the election   was
liken 1st* ol the parents and
children. As an educationist,
he is recognized as standing in
the foremost rank of thc members ol his prolession in the province, and as a cili/.eii, he bus
shuii 11 himsell a man of true
public spirit, always ready to
assist   to   thc   utmost,   everv
the installation, when the sever-
couvcr,  arm  broken,  lace  cut, A\ ollicers elective ami apnottt-
and shock. ed were minim ted lo their res-
Mrs. Parkes and child, (forth pectin- itatioll by  the  Acting  movement which commends ils-
Vancouver, mis and bruises. Sister Marshall, Miss Thornton, . elf to him as benclicial  to   the
.Mrs. II. II. Mulvey, Margery ol Swill chapter, No. 159, Den-j ciiy.    Mr. Bennett's host*   of
Mulvey and Mrs. Tubbs, Wiuin- son, Minn.   The exercises of the a friends will be delighted to wel-
peg, cuts und bruises. afternoon session being iiiinplel- collie his bride to her lien lioine
Two luiltes innn Vancouver, ed, ilu- chapter  adjourned to "ty. "'"' «"ill «** (,,r llum •'
. ,,  ,, ,  ,,.„„,      1. .1,,..,,.,,   long lib ol happiness and   use-
l*__\ J1** U,S'  l,rUlMS'   tUXt__]'y>l_n'    At|"KlU"-  fuhu-ss.    Il, ull good wishes uml
'in:lslr:l| ,,.„ "Vr:'"n .'!":,:'UV.,:I:.!,U'..'x  Magratnktiou   Tin   Express
most heartily joins.
iraiiurcd, bribed and ui).        large numbci ol tin memberi >l
Wa I). Jones, conductor, wrist Vancouver chapter No, I  being n-*« ,^,, mupiui* ivlEI
and luu- ml, bad shuck. present.     The Work h.is exctu-l
A leu other passengers   who pUfied l.i  the worth)  matron
I.onsdnle avenue and, careening did not wish to givi their mun-m Un  ll   11  Heath, and ,1 moil
along at an niigle, crashed into leedved minor injuria capable and elluiuii I...ai.l ol ..
ilu* railing mi the eusi siiU- of 1   Inquiry jusi bstori going to nnis ..1 the vuitins chap a  m
the  whan,  smashing  ii  Into mes gives the information thai a manner which called lorlh n
kindling wood,  hurtled ilongjlfotorman  Kelly had 1  verj marka oi a highly compliment*
the stringer on lhe edge ol  the restless night .unl is in ,1 ratlin ,,11 n.iiiin upon llu p,ul ..f ili.
wharl lor a distaiue of atioui j.serious loiiiliiiwn*** bm bit n most worthy grand patron, wbo
thirty feet, and tumbled   over cmerv is anticipated ,,ls,, odered  wme  Instructioni
into tiie waters oi tlu- Inlet,,h-1   Mrs. Parka md ihild will
ing almost on ils side, listing
toward the east.
*» It was 1 most fortuii.it-.- circumstance tiliat an ixiiplionalli
high tide was just then practically at the full. Had the car
been burled down upon the hare
beach at that particular point,
or hnd it proceeded a  lew leet
farther ud Isaded oa tin- boulders which abound just there, fn-
tulities must have resulted. As
it was, however, the cur sla ink
in several feet of waler and settled just where the beach Happened to be free from rocks,
both ol which iin must.in. is
tended to lessen lhe danger.
The situation, however,   wus
perilous in the extreme, and it
is little short ol miraculous that
the passengers should have been
extricated from their prison,
11 hith wal quite bull filled with
water, and iiom the midst   oi
order at the same time."
in
Uld  sllggi-.ll..lis  to   thi    ollm 1
able to leave ll.e hoipilal today „,„l memberi ol lhe new.) insti   v|(.w ()| ()u. |aa ,ha, ,
lurlhi'ir home on,7lh street. luted   chapter,     llu   ,„g„,./., ,]v M (hi(l|u. ,._
Mrs. Kealy wen .„ H,,- lmsp, „„„ „, Uu- ...u chaptei b large* \ ,,   s(M1(|l lrn||] „u.     ta ,*
tul this morning lor trial,,,,,,., h ,„, ,,, the energy and wal ol „.,„ ^ u „m   ^
and will doubtless in.ike nni r.w. Pro. l) G. nick.      the
tlli.llglllllllniss .mil  guild  wishes
i.i th.  visitor! far the  erelfsri
uml siimss ui Barrard chaptei
No.   *.  was deinoiistiutiil    lu    .1
progress toward recovery,
All the other victims ol tin*
accident art In excellent condition.
Manager   Perry   had   ,1   large moat   tangible  iiiuninr,   ill   the
gang nl llllll nt  work   nil   Inst present,itinll of u benlltiflll Hour
night removing the cur.      The .|,,iii, the receipt snd apprcda-
npper portion was entirely de- tion ol which oa behall tn Bur*
liiolishiil .md the platform aad ran) chapter was suit,ii.lv ,u-
trucks will be liuistiil lu ,1 der knowlcdgcd by the Worthy mat-
rick scow und run.ived as soon rni
us possible (ire
An inquiry into the caiam ol of good wiihei ami beapeahing
the accident is bos proceeding, (ntnn sii.ussund prosperity loi
but no additional information the new   organisation.      The
chapter was then closed In rsgu-
Iai form, lollowing whiih light
III ll\ lliiil'I   U\    UH*   Will Ull      111,11-     g
.11, Mrs. J. Fugler,    Sliort ud   jl
ressis  lure  ..Hired,  expressive  $
VVVVV'.'VVWVVVVWVVVVW
('.. Morgan nud luliilli have
takes up their resilience ill this
cilv on Keith road west.
Mr. Kidd and lamily are new
residents in the nil an.l are occupying a house ou lylh slreet
cast.
F. J. D. Dresser returned this
iiiik llolli all extended tour ol
the not them interior oi the province.
t. Brook has rented a lions,
on ind street west, and with his
family has laken up his residence therein.
For Sale—Six do/.eii young
chicken, 25c. each. Six weeks'
old. Apply, corner yueeiisbury
and 3rd street.
Geo. R. Hopkins ami lamil)
have taken up their residence 111
a house on Keith road, recently
ranted by them.
Found.—A llat bottom boat,
with windlass. Apply \V. C.
Thompson, Uollyburn Wharl,
Wesl Vancouver.
Gentleman wants loom and
board with private family, near
public school. Address, "Hoarder," care of The Express.
J. T. Elliott, of the lirm ol
Latimer & Elliott, bus removed
his lamily to this cilv and is
residing on 2nd slreet east.
The sale oi twelve acTM m I).
h. *>l3, south oi Keith roud uud
bordering on Lynn uuk, is reported.    The priu 11 us >s-<m.
Wanted.— \t once. A driver
ior a grocery wagon. Musl tin
dersland horses. Applv immediately, C. R. Hickman, LniisduK
and 8th street.-
lien F. Benjamin, of Centre
Colorado, was a visitor in the
city this week, inspecting his
realty holdings. lie expects to
return again iii the,milium.
Lost—English seller dog,tugged.   Straight black und whiti
Aniline burboring same will   be
prosecuted.      II. C   Helm,   Inoh
Granville street,   Phone J1192.
Found.—(In Eoiisdale ave., on
Miitiilnv lusi, a irisii'iil brooch
nl gold set with pearls, Owner
mny have lame In proving pi a a
party and paying ezpeaam    111
1st streei eusl.
Anyone who cun inuke ns. .. 1
tin- grail growing on V11I..11.1
park, east nr west, inui have
the suine by cutting und remnv-
ing it, according to ihe raeota-
tiun of the city council, Monday
inning.
The Iota] uerie ol llu Friendly Order of Euglcs an- Baling
arrangements to give 1 rm].
tion to the grind iiu- president
of the Order, who will visit
Nortli Vaniouver on or about
the 21st inst.
Charles Garden, engineer  toi
tin It C El. Ri' Co., accompanied    bv    Distrnl    Engineer
Cameron, orooX nur tin* right*
aal   ll.ll     fa!    till     I,lllll    V.llll I     I \
tension, Honda) liternoon   His
Inspection   is   taken   tu   -ignilv
that definite devetopmwts  an
uiai at hand
The luml aboard ..I id I ims
liis have approached the board
nl directori "I thi bin com
pany wiih a reqacet that a spi
iial pass be issued tu thus, high
School students whu are residing
iu this dty ami attending Khool
in V,inu.uver. The pass Woald
be gn...! between till hnlirs nf 7
and o a.111. and ,v\n uml j p _
nn Khool dais only. It Is considered by the board thai thii
Wuuld  be but  a  reasnllablt' inll-
cession to paTCUtl residing here
j^oasjoooososojosooojooon!w'"' ~Us tn semi iinir children
to high ichool, as tins litv is
imt al picseiit iii position to
provide high Khool (acilitiet,
and it is furl Inr (hough t   that
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Interviewed yeaterda) ai Seattle, Sir Charles Riven Wilson, president (il lhe 0, T. P.,
declared "The Grand Trunk Pacific will certainly be completed
all.I I  serine Ullllllllg bv llllllll
ber ist, 1911, un.l f..i oar nun
protection, we   must   have    the
-ranch tn Van...uur in Hulking
lirsl reach Burr,ird lnlcl i.n lhe
nurth   shore,    this   outspoken
stuteinelit   will be u.lisidered as
especially significant as tu probable  devdopmente  in   Korth
Vancouver.
TO ADVEItTISERS
I
is nvnilable nl prist nt
THE EASTERN ST\K
In compliance wilh the call ol
refreshments were wrved,
Subscribe lor The Express.
Ila,. uti. nti..ii n[ ii,lvi.rti«.r. i.
riilleil I,, a •tsn.liiik' iinti.'.. st llu-
ll.*ll*l a,|   tl,..    ...Iiluri.ll    ..lllllllll-   nl
Th.. Kxpr.-M, thai ehan| I id*
vprtisi-ineiits in list be in tin' Iminls
nl llu- print.T tint Inter than Wed
ii..«a|;n* ..( • a -h n.'.'l. 1 .1 Hire
pabUeation, Pusitii-ilv noearia.
lhan fr..11, thi. rill.* uill I..* Made
"imeiiaiiieeceeooeoooe^
fuinilies wlm ure sinijl,,rl\ slltt
ated and nhn ban* bmi de,erred from coming to this ut\ to
reside baCMM of the additional
expense in sending tlnir children
to the high school, thigh! bl ,11
faced in tins luiiiissiun to be
come residents on this lidi uf
the Inlet.
A. S. Bruce is colitcinpluliug
a trip tu Alberta m iln seat m-
turc.
The public si bonis will re-open
lor ihe autumn terra on HoMdaj
the 13rd insl.
City Clerk Shepherd is in Vu-
toriu on official duties ami will
return today il-'riday.)
T. lluiiliisi.ii ami i.iinili havi
taken possession oi their new
home on Keilh road in si
liom—On Wednesday, Augusl
llth, to Al llnil and Mrs. lilukc-
hurn, lyth street, a son.
Mr. Fraser and Iamily have
rented one of the new houses
by Campbell & Miller on 19th
street.
I. J. lium, 11 ho has Ineli 111
Calllutnia L.i u Uii links pasl
oil business, is expected home
daily.
Mrs. W. 11. Braim and children returned reuntly lroin a
Usit ul suine nicks ut ller lul 111-
er home in Portland.
Wuiiied- A guild Hcead-haad
reed organ.   Semi partkahus as
to make, nunil.it ul stops, price,
etc., lo  W., Gall  The  l'ixpress,
Norili Vancouver,
A. R. Steuiy bus bun enjoying a visil this week from his
brolher, Dr. Geo. Steacy, ol
Cornwall, OM., whom he hud
not seen ior twenty years.
F.Cummer hud tin* misfortune
to run a knife- into the lelt knee
joint lust week, und bus been
Colllilleil lu his limuc ill order to
give lllc Injured knee perlnt rest
Cbnrlie food, of New Vurk,
son of J. 1-. C, Wood, will sunn
uinic'in iln iitv   und  will   Ik-
permanently i.leniiiinl with ilw-
lirm oi Wood I Bon, bunts and
shoes.
W'. Kugers, whu uuidenlly
shut  lllllisell   111   the  I.'.it    suine
necks ago, is nun inuking rapid
piugiess toward recovery, and
in. permanent disability is anticipated.
Miss Curb* is lining up tlu-
premises adjoining luk-*tcr .*<
ward's, l.iiiisdnle ,111 nui', and
tinning in iin* stock preparatory
Ui opening a lust il.iss millinery
isi.iblisliinenl.
The local bulge ul tin Suns uf
England ate presenting a band
sunn* Hew ilnck, l.v w.n uf inii-
tnbiitiun tu the lurnishiiigs nl
tin* mn iliurch edilice of St.
Julius congregation.
The cricket club bus been huld-
ing two ur three pi.uliics |icr
uuk, ulllii.ugb the attendance
at an has n-.t beea large. A
i.ibin has been seiiti'.d lor storing the p.U.ipllcrilullu All plains all  Ii.|liisl. d  I.i attend   lor
a g 1 g.iini' ..11 Satunlav uller-
minn ul i in o'clock at recrou-
tion pnrk.
Mrs c Graj * e ha in- bn 1
visiting lu 1 tii.1 .1,Highlit*. Mis
t, Kn In und Miss A I'.rui, ..(
this iiiv, i.n ,. 1, u .i.ns ago,
eii mule i..r Malawi via BeattM
Sh.- n.is accompanied in  lm
twn liilliigil iliililnil Main
Joseph alld Miss Margalel C.t.iv
Miss i.i,1 e ('.i.n uh.. had imu
visiting her sist, i*. in ttiU uti
and   hud   guile nn  t..  Vn |.,i 1.1.
joined im iiiuther in Si-uiib*
Slips un* being taken looking
tu the earlv 11 organisation nf
lhe choral sun. t\ laat iln* nulling Mason,    li is anticipated
thai llllllll better slliuss will b,
ull,lilted this yeai ,b.in lust.
Last year ihn.' inn sn num
Important    electors'   m..tings
that 111,ib-  sing.r*   iui.   uiiubl,
tu attend choral nxietj pneth
is,  bul   (hen 1 iimlit inns nre li.at
likely   in  repeat    theMefoas
llaay nea amgen niih  good
ban 1..tm  t.. th. im
since last si.iM.n and ll is hoped
that   thev   mil   t.Knllii    tlnin-
selvis uilh  th,* s,„i,t\       C.m-
aii ■  "Rus. Maiden" nlii.li was
practiced Isst year, mil I *
suimd thii yeai    11   V   Smith,
..I M.i 11111 _ Smith, ia . ni iiiii  tin   siiinti ,  anil ,,|| nhn   |f|
interestid m.iv -,.*,un full information Irom him. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
a
Councillors Robson, Davison
and All,ui were in attendance at
the regular sesiion ol the diitrict council ..ii Fu.1.11 evening
last.    kn\i McNaught presided
An ,.|a|i|K,iliaaii m.i , made ..n
bcliall ..i the North Vancouver
Horticultural Socletj & Farm*
iis' Institute, in W I. Keene,
president, loi a donation lo as-
Slsl   thc   llaaltUlllllll.il   i.lll   llllllll
will bc lul.l September loth and
iith, ibi motion a grant ..i
si v was made.
li. \\. Hodgson, live stock
conmiissionei wrote, lo the ellect that ,i date lor a lecture lie-
fore iln ...iiti.il on roadinaking
bi Al.i ini .las. Shepherd, would
be let later and the council ad-
i iseil accordingly. Filed,
Edward Suuiineriield applied
for ibe opening ol Nye itri el
lli iin 1...nsdali ,iiililli to Chei
teriield, a distance ..1 700 leet;
board '.! iiaaiks I., ail.
The l.i 1111 \ alln   1.111111 .it  Co.
applied for tin opening   ol   a
roadway In.in Diiiipsn slreel
along Until road ..1 some oth
cr convenient roadway taa 1 m
nut uuh l.i nn Valley road; .11
gineei i.. locate a road along
ihe moat suitable hue.
Tin owner ..1 loti t, 7, 8 and
a, block 56, 1). 1,. imi, advised
llli 1..lllllll llial lu  Would sell a
■trip ni mi.n in 1 uii these lots
along l.i nn Vallej ia.,id iui Ji;
l.ald mil   lllllll   nihil    propi 1 ii
uwin!•* ai. heard limn.
A petition largely -.i^m.l bj
prominent propert} holders, i"i
the extension ol Keilh iaa..a|
westward 1.. Ulnu 1 lui citj.
uas presented, iln petition
was suppi.iiul 1.1 Colonel Albert Whyte, president ol iln
Wesi Sli.ii. \ Northern Land
Company, The dillicultiei as lo
gradei were p..mud out by tin
iui.' and Col. While will' approach propert) owneri along
the proposed route, in ilu  en
'Il.li..I     I'a    Mlllll     ,IlllUII    Ull    |aa,,|l
improvement hues. A motion
w.is adopted lo the eflect thai
ihe ...uiml u.w uuh lavoi iiu
opening ol lhe road on the local
improvement plan ami await on
ll     llli    11.11.Ill li llu   ul   ill.    ph.
pert) ..umrs interested
Tin department i.l marine .111.1
fisheries forwarded a cop) ..1 ilu
revised rulei ami regulations
|oviHung Burrard Inlet; filed.
Charles Nelion wrote, to iln
.in.i ihai liis assessment on the
Hist   ai|,,   h.,h   ,,|   1).    I,,    |,,,S,     |s
based 1111 s j ,,,i,s,  wlnn.is   In
mi ns mill  , -, .uiis in thai   1,.
1.iliu.    i'ln iliiiiiiiiu namely.
M   I'.   Was   ,.lllal,.1   l.l   hilillllld
ed.
Tlu  .iti  il.ik ni  Vancouvei
forwarded a memo ol agreemcut
ii uuirchangi ..i watei uippli.
to ution,
Tin following pl.ills were
1a*ill iiiiii. 1). I,, m.i, m.i ...
cepted; blocki 11 to 2", D< I..
jii.-i, accepted; blocks ; and 10,
1). I.. 2023, accepted; I) I. i;i
.iial 551, Knsliii, accepted part
m 1). I,. J35, liiiiidi.hi, laid
over; block 7, 1> I, .-*..'* ...
cepted block l, I). I., loll, laid
..HI , 1). I,. B67, laid ..1.1.
A.imilil . a ,  la.lh.ws mre    .,1
.I.i.d paid.   Finance committi 1
fHj2 ,p board ..i u..iks f
UO;   Ilil 1 1 Hulk     *
K. 1 i.   Ill Naught lip,,ll.il lhat
* lund  board  1. * 01111111 ndi d
iln pun hi 1   .1 om I
land 111111u.liai.il adjoining llu
pl.     '  ||l    Sill'a'.I    Sll,     ,,I     I. allll    \  .ll
1.1   I'.I   I ll ...11111111111.111.111
adopted.
t - .inn ill") kobson repoi u.l
1..1 iln committee appointed lo
un. tig.in ih, mattei "I tin
proposed purchaw ol a lot   ..t
'III     ...Mill    Hi     I,lllll    X'.llll \     |n.1.1
■unl Frommi road lot municipal
purpose!.   This propert) has a
Irontagi "i   11,,, [eel  ..n  Lum
Vallu    I ami   I -J  Ii. I   ..II tllc
Frommi road ..nd is ollered lm
> 1 ■     Tin committi. ii pni 1
. d  lllal   lluv   did   11 .1    , a.nsiah 1
ilu* purchaw  advisabli       The
1..iiniii, however, gol Idi red  It
I., pin
cured .i duo loi thi 1 rection "i
p..per slu.Is im hm mg thread making plant, . tf . ninl
.1 0 that Mu* propert) was in
I   ; I  In.,Itj.,||.     l'aa.|||, dim   ll,,
vismi moved ..nd Couni illor Ai.l ihai iha propert)
'•" bought    Tin motion ...tm.I
Councilloi ■ ng
Thi clerk reported ihal   tin
lieussary COBM&tl had iini ob
tained to the widening oi   the
road ihn.ugh 1). 1,. ,s(;y. A bylaw n ul be prepared providing
im the expropriation! oi land
lor the purpose.
Tin engineer was Instructed to
hai.    I a) li.i   load .ipcllcd up, to
gin Ah. Allsup access to Ins
property.
Tne engineei' reported that the
board ol wnrks kad completed
specilicationi for the local improvement! .rn Lonsdale and on
Centre road and preliminary es>
uniairs mi, likesisc lubmitted
A report wai made oi the
proceedings oi lhe hearing ol the
applications for water records
by the district, oa August jrd,
(in motion it wai resolved to
appl) i"i watei records on all
available streams weat oi Uh
Capilano,ioi municipal purpoie!
lhe clerk nibmitted .1 list ol
application! (or water service,
wlinli had not   )'et   been   made.
li was resolved that these connection! be made at the earliest
possible date and also that water pipes be laid to lhc quarry
aiong Kilmer street.
A report w.is made with reference in the progress  oi   the
liia.ls DOW   being  Llllll    by     lhc
government in Capilano.
On motion 11 was resolved to
apply to the government to
ban isi strict connected   with
the llew  load 10 Moody villi and
also lot the construction ol a
bridge across l.ynn creek, on
this road.
lt was resolved to call tor
lenderi foi opening Harold road
to a width 1.1 twelve leet,to give
Abb 1 in,ni Campbell oi Vancoaver, .miss to lus propert).
The board ol works was m-
siruiic.l to haie Greer road repaired,
Tin engineei reported as to
lh. ...minion m thc Lillooet
road iinin iln a. inu ii 1 \ in.uh to
J. \V. BALMAIN
CIVIL   IWIIIII
l)i,.mini- s.iri, >,*r aiuil Architect
Mdi 111   l.tNCUl'VKH.
Ekott'l ranch and reconinicndii
lhat il be cleaned up; laid over
A   proposal   was   Blade   thai
two assessment commissioners
INTS
■IDMPTLY SECURED!
iv. II. IT0S1I
W.  I*.   MIIHKIHOM
1  lusur
\l> wliril Ihl lm* 1
  .......... ..I ,11 iiinliuliir.-is,
be appointed to act as an advi-   Ssgln«triiBdothfr»wlior«ill.eiheadvl«ibil*
*\ . *,,        ,,, a   Ily 1*1 Iiavillg ll.air I'.alatal   la"      I     a, llail.Mat.,1
soil  boanl   with   llie   assessor. I i*y Kxpcrts. rRlinluryadvl   l.*«, 1
I tii(*,lciate. Ourlnientur's Ada! .,r   iit.iia.iii ■
int. ICinOOaXMirfot*,, 1<;**;',1.. N  u* 1'orli LIU
The proposal was approved and:,.,
action deferred for the present. |
	
Maiuliail   aaiil aVotlll.irtot* OC   C-
The laying ol lhe water pipes
down Queensbury is proceeding
dairy
NOKIII . . .
VANCODVtR .
Phone 126     Store 111 1st street went
Nlghi dtllvtrj ul diy'i HUfe ud Crwuii
ijiiHim■-iintihiiii'.-I    Ken Laid Kggsotbiuiil
tlwclioice ibbuolord l rtunry i\\\\w\ * "i1
Lev' rritin
Phone ill     i.i-nvi- ordMi rn itoft-
WM. PHILIP, Prop.
ior Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. (I. .Mil,I.S
Pioneer Hoot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp, City Hull
Bole igenti lor Unrefoo, tin- lira!
iiuiiiTiiil lor villi an.) railing*
i'i...in Kim
1. O. I).  I-'.
North Viuunlll'i'l   Lodge,    No.
55, meets cun Thursday evening, corner Lonsdale avenue and
Pint siieet, at R ..'.lock. Visiting 'brethren cordially invited to
attend,    Edward Peers, N. C;
Tims. S. Nic, Kn. mc.; J, 11.
Pilling, Kin.-sec.
W. H. STONEY & CO.
Sigm of every description
Wallpaperi, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, 4o.
House Painting lil aii ng, Paper Hanging, Kalaomining
Decorating, etc,
PROPOSLD I OUI IMPROVIMIM
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Board ol
Trade meet! the third Tuesday
oi each month, at 8 o'clock p.
in., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meet! the hnt
Tueiday ol each month. I). G.
Dick, President ; J. R. J. Murray, Secretary.
North Vancouver
HOSPITAL
OMPCCTSD uv
THE HISSES. DAW SOS
('.•rliti.lied Mirk-u*,.l. M.-.b.nl Mad
Mit.-riutv .lur..'.
Nurses Sent Out on ippliution
Knr Ifrm. apply  al  lbi Hotpttal
Col  IMI. sir^a ,\ M, Andren'l Ay-..
PHONE   69
riXI NOTICK Unit the Council uf thi
('..rpiiriilinnol III.* I ilynl North Viui-
c.uier uiteiitlt* to ceiutlruit tlm iiurk * i
Local liii|iniii*iii..|il »el "ill i" llie mln-
.lule iMMaring below, anil iiiti-iulr, to It-
seM   the lii.nl   i'ii»l   tliir.'iaf,   ii|„ui the
n*ai peopert} haaatud Ihwelij Irontiin
a.r abutting th.-r i  and held lialile fe»
.i.aeH-inieiit llierefor.
A itrtemirSl nlmwiiig Uh laiule liuiile
and |.ro],,.*....l l" )»■ ..penally IMM 'I f"r
ili.* saial nii|.r..umi-ill uml Uie nam.* el
theOWMTI there..I, w (ar a* the sunn
ran In* a.certuiiic.1 from the lant periled
HMMnial roll an.l i.tli.rwIne, m DO*
Had in Ui.* ..Hi..* ..f iln- .li-iacmiiii.-iii
I'.iinniimiioiieraii.l is .i|h*ii toff Ifllpectlwi
liirinir nllii',- hoiin.
Tlif mlu-iliilr below ihoel llif mi-
niiiteil DMl "I the iii',|aiai.'nieiit  uini ll.e
proportiaa io ix- provided eel ..I ll.e
jeiiernl fini.lt. of the illv.
A riuirl ol revi«ion (ill he held in llie
Cit) llall, North V.oieniiier, III'., nn
lath' .lm- "i September, IH*, il I •
boor ot I o'clock p.m , wi lhe purpo*
tl heiirin*.' nny OmplliuU ii|!uiu-i  ll"
propmed MoMBeai.*. rn Uw ... .-.un, >
ul llie  fr.illla.c-e ll.e.l..irellielll.. or  lllll
nther. plaint, ulucli the peTIOM in*
tire-i..! Mil l" male' anil wliieli i. hi
inai i*,,|iiiual,le hv the Curt.
I'lliiMAs  -IIH'HKRII
a*-* "nneiii OWatWeatr,
North Voii.-oiiver, ll.C,
llth Aiiini.l. I'.mn
MWeU HiiiKKi.i. tu:
l'ro|.»...l K.lllnllled    K.lllnaila
Iniprovmiieiil        Mil ml   .'ill t..p»i
The eolllplelioll   of  the *
work ol clearing, ir,rs.l-
ing   in.l   l.iiileinr,liii||
:iral itreet, hreei Maaaa
Aielllle lu Sl. I'tll.r.
Avenue, and relaying
the old I loot n.leii.ill
on ii..nh laiileaii.llayini.'
a lien I,' Siilcwilk on
Ihr ...ulli aid.* of Uti
Itorti.'iioClr.l Siroct,   Itt^OO   N pW
..III   of
totll
net
60   YEARS'
EXPER1ENCF
Safety Deposit lloxes to Kent. Salety Deposit lloxes to Rent.
g
Acta aa Extculor. Trutlcs, Liquidator Raoalvari and Aaalgnaa
Court Bond! laaued
4°
INTEREST
Paid   on   .lepo.ilH,   loinpoiiinleil
iour Umen yearly.
Paaa Booka laautid
5°,
1. 8  BARNARD, Chairman
HUN   I'.'CAKTKK-COTT.IN, Chairman ol Kieeiitive
V, J. 1'. (illtsON, Mtnlger I. G   » AINWRIOHT, SeorMary
Urauville Mnnnioiit!  lllurk, enrnar  Kolwon and (iranville
I'.U. Ilox M Phone 5SH
Sa  ilv Deposit lloxes to Kent. Safety Pep..sit Boxes to Rent
Trapc Marki
Design*.
Copvrighti ke.
A nroni. ..ndine a .kolrli a^rl e^-rrlptlnn ni.y
ItUlrklf Ml'oria.lll (.'tr 0|.|li....l I,,.,, aal,.*. her .u
InTouilon Uprnli.t .laain'.a'iiS'o. -'..IlltlllllllCfr
I' i.i.inollT. 'i.il.** ': .1. HANDBOOK on l-iiii'iiti
trait It,.*, 01.Wt uenrr fi.r ...,*uri.t*r |.ata*i.t«.
I'iiii*i.n takuD tliniua-l. Mm.it A o. rucolTI
il*. cu astkt, willioutclaH-.-Mu tho
Scientific jteican,
Ahuoilwiui'iy UltiMrntiM wi'fklf. t.i -,.
nilallon "f any ■•rivntru- ] (nrn,tL 'Ivrnin d>r
raiimln.l-'^iiyctwdh'Mimu m., >,\,   Ma l»y
III ItOtTNli'ltllTI.
l0.36.B,o.d..,.NewY()r|(
Some Reasons Why You Should Own a
HOT POINT IRON
ji.l stri 11. .  i   !  irii i.il. ive
BLACKSM1THING
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
BTC, BTC
fool Sharpi ning i -|>. i iall)
WEDDING
RINGS
r, ii i*. 1*.. ..iiiinui .il
I... iu-. It Sun's Time
Becauie it is So Hiod)
l'.ri .hi***.- it is Sii Efficient
Ila  . |UII     It   il  (Tra.ll   .lllll   COOl
li.. luie il il Simple and Stmni;
I Ull r. iniul a Irish supply.   Call soon il you wish to secure one.
Iiiiiiiii I'llllllllllill Hi-rll'ir llllilllill {iilll|i;illl llll.
ATTENTION
Builders & Contractors
.uniliir will never beohatp-
er.   Gel  in mi tli«' ^riiiinil
Hoor,   l'uil'l now
"ipacilllj   uur   a»i,  Kiln-
.ln.-l FI.-.rn.K and  Finlah
TO 1
IMMWIIMKlHil
Mill    I mu Greek, lie
crcceries
provisions
boots and shoes
oeNts' fUrNisHiNgs
Our nm is lo uive sali*l.a. lion
i.a .mt. uatoaien
Our ih Iiiiii um s I" .ill I'.iits (il
llif   I   III II   )IUI   Il.li.     la    I   ll   ll
plum,  laavi   foot Dime and
iiiii t|.iii.ii mil iall
DODD-S I
TYSON
ill. phalli.    | I
Cor Ulli Sl. mid l.(iiis.|,i|.
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
Wecaa  handle as many more.     If you art? thinking of building
see us mil talk the matter over
CAMPBELL ir* MILLER
'.'ii."i Lonidale Avo.
Nurtli Vancouver
\i.      light l..r. Imi "'.t bj im-
men. 1.1 ih.. I.m s, \ .in ,,tt. n
mn-aiilttil ahiuil llu   pun h.is.
m ih. i ibould I" *    Wedding
lilies ianii.it hi Inn good ill
apulill tht i .ii. lml . uii.lav
pill. has. s     Wl   hai.  llu in in
-ninl gold, guirantu d
In List a loog Idi'liui. iii
otlirr slih s ,,|  tmi;- lie . Ilily
taha th.  lead in vam ii. qusl
tli  nul hii | s     Buy y.uir
ji in In lu I.   and you will gi I
ih. I» si ral ii li i i'.u iai)
GRASSIE & CO.
3|H Cniiiliie Slreet
^vy^^-^l.^wk^r^^'^l^^-^^■^^-^^^^*^^»^>^^.^»^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^A
Cates' Wharf
FOOT OP ROGERS AVE   NOKTH VANCOUVER
Dockage lor Steamers
\\ .in hiiiisi* Aiiiiiiiiiiiidali.nl lor all purposes
>\M),  LIME, BRICK,  (I MINI, lillWU
COAL and LLMBtR
(...aids delivered il deeired l'mmpi service
mi it office ii mu *
ih at i-iii..mi ii and 13,  Flick  Hlock,   Vancouver
PHONE 136
,*VV.*^**.^..»'.«*^*.l-r^r^^*-*r*^r>r*-\--*\*r>*'>***^^
North Lonsdale
$25 Cash.    No More for Fwo Yodrs.    50x132 fl. Lots
I he iil.nir iiiiii«iial terms ire off. red le Inn. rs nl ilu ..- toU nho inli build .ii
niii.-      The house may cost milv ti'i". bul  niiist lie ol mat dttiga   not I
!,.     I ghre plans ol house* ensti •,... to >;"n In-,  to bnyen
These Lots Havt:—Electric Light.   Water Service,   God Roids,   Splendid View
I'h. . ar  Inu is qaitl near and will soon he extended lo llu   ptopert]     A
school it to he limit at nine within a I ,
Price IjOO,     Terms In others than luiihl'rs.   I75-saah,  balance in (',  11, 18 aad   2\  BOBlbl
Aboal i" i". h :. m wt.
J ACE LOUT ET 2I3 Lonsdale Av< • T^hme L8Q
NORM VANCOUVER TERRY TIME TABLE
{STEAMER BT. OEOROE
STR.NOKTH
VANCOUVEI
1.1,rn* Viin.    Leave N. Van.
1,..ne Na Van.
Leave Van.
V.'11 a.111.        '6.45 a.m.
*b.2o a.m.
•6.45 11.111.
Mo "          7-50 "
•7.20   "
*8.oo   "
a.yi   "            8.50   "
9.15   "            9*45   "
K.20   "
9.20
8.50   "
9*45   "
'    m.15   "           10.45   "
11 15   "           "-45   "
10.15   "
11.15   "
10.45   "
n-45  "
uis p.m.      12.45 P'm-
12.15 P-n»*
12.45 P-ln-
!     1.15  "            '-45  "
>*>5   '
1*45  "
1     2.15   "            2-45   "
2.15   "
2 45   "
3.15   "            3-45   "
3-15   "
3*45   "
*|.I5   "            4*45   "
4-15   "
4*45   "
.S.15   "            5.45   "
5-15
5-45   "
b.15  "           6-45  "
fi.15   "
6.45   "
7*25  "           7*45  "
7-25   "
7-45   "
8.15  "           M5  "
8.15   "
845   "
9.1S   "            9-4S   '
9-15   "
Ml '
10.19   "           IO-45   "
10.15   "
10.45 "
•11*15   "         * 1■-45   "
11.15   "
12.00
• Not (
n Sund,iv
Tunc Tabh suhji'i 1 to .h
nee without notice.
1 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
coming withm the following (a-|NEXX WEEK AT THE A.-.Y.-
niuiigsl   other)   classes  oi   sub 1'. l-'Alk
jects.     (I) The public di'bl   uml 	
property; (io) Navigation  and    Pirhapi   Uw   most   notable
shipping; and that siibsniiuii i event oi the coming week at tha
The London Times, recently
arrived, contains a detailed ac-
ciiunl oi the proceedings before
the privy council iu lhe appeal
ot the Hurrard Power Coinpanv
Limited, and tbe
British Columbia
King, on the information of the
attorney general of Canada,and
as lliis is one oi the most important decisions handed down
by the privy council ior a long
time, with reference to the respective rights of the dominion
and a province, the whole text
will be read with interest.
Lord Macnaghten, Lord Dane-
din. Lord Collins and Sir Arthur Wilson were the members of
lhe privy council presenl. The
report as handed down wai ll
follows:
This wus a petition for special
leave lo appeal frum a judgment
oi the exchequer court of Canada of May u, iyoy.
Sir Robert Einlay, K.C., lhe
Hon. W. J. Bowser, K.C., attorney general for British Columbia, and Hr. Ilainar Greenwood appeared ior the petitioners; the Hon. B. L. NewcoinHie,
K.C., deputy-minister oi justice
ior Canada, lor the respondent.
The question involved was
stated to be of immense Importance, (hi April ;, lyoh, the
water commissioners for Hei
Westminster, British Columbia,
under the provisions of Part IV
of the water clauses consolidation act, granted to the Burrard
Power Conpany, Limited, a record for 15,000 Indue oi iiaiei
(subject to certain reservations)
out oi the Lillooel Inkcs nnd ll'i-
buturics und Lillooet river   nnd
its tributaries, such inters to
be used lor geneiuling electricity for light, heat and power,and
for milling, manufacturing, industrial and 111c.l1ui1i1.il purposes. The undcrlukmg und work
in connection with thai record
oi waters could not be proceeded with mini approved by the
lieiitciinnt governor in council.
IA lyoo proiceilings were laken
111 the cxchci[iicr court af Cunu
da by the attorney general a-
guinst the Burrard Power Co.,
Ltd. The information alleged
(IJ that, pursu.inl lo the ngreenieiil of ilu- government of British Columbia contniiied in Arli-
de 11 of the terms ol union upon
which British Culuinbiu iius admitted   inlo   the   dominion    ul
Canada, ihe legielatari ot British Coluiubin by "nil act to
grant public lauds in the maiii-
1,111.1 lo llu* dominion iu uid ol
thu Cunadiuli l'acilic Railway,
18K0," 43 Vict., chap. 11, as
amended by a; Vicl., chap. 14,
granted to the dominion government lor the purpose ol GM
Minuting and lo aid in the con
struction ol the portion oi the
Canadian l'acilic Railway on
lhe mainland of British Columbia in trust lo be appropriated
as the dominion government
mighl deem advisable, the public lands were called the "railway bell"; (2) that both the
Lillooet river, which 11 as a In
bulary ol tbc Pill river, and
the Lillooel lakes Imm iihlih il
Nee, were 11 liulli situate within ihe limite ui the railwaj bdl
The Lillooet river was nboul 11
miles long, uml u us a publii
and 11.11 igublc nur. (lu iln
publii l.ill.K Inlllllilg pull ul ill.
railway il-t-ll ami adj.lining lhe
Lillooet lakes and inu was a
Inrge ijiiniitiiv ol lulunble timber which was entitled ol lighl
in On lotted down ilic river,
The information luiilciidcd that
the grant and the duel sum
thereby atllholl/cd would nia
tcrially interfere with that right
thut the grunt   and   the   rights
lllllll'l    llll*   llulll    lllllll   lullSllll-
dation   act     thereto   attached
would materially Interim with
the righis oi the dominion gov-
eminent in the railway bell,
that the i.ip.ulty oi the Lillooet
river Has about >5,OOU uiihes,
and lhe grunt nnd the proposed
(liversiun thereby .intlmit/ul
would greatly diminish tin
quantity uf water in the river,
and matin,illy Interfere witli
the rights oi the dominion gov-
criuiienl and tllc public right ol
navigation ol the river; that
suiioii yi ..I llu- British Nurth
America Act, 1K6", provided
that   the   cxilusivc   legislative
authoritv ol tin parliament ol
Canada extended lo sll matters
ol   section    1,11   ul   tlu*   water
dausei consolidation ait,  1897,
provided Ihnt the puwer conlcrr-
- ~
tering und Inking crown   lan
should   not   extend   in   lands
province  of Iwhich should  be expressly  reversal   the served   bv   the  Crown   [ol   IM)
Scatile i.ui mil be national 0.
A.K, day on Monday,   Augu.it
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   Ibtll.      ll   will   be   one   ol   tllc
.1 lhe lirsl subsection ol 111- ,lrr   t   m**.,„,ls   „j   civil   war
mwUUUUUUma^^K—
veterans ever lul.I m ths west.
ihe programme include! a parade ui me ground! in uniform
and  [i.ili lulu   iMiiises  al   the
I natural amphitheatre in ine ait-
iTIlooll.
Pennsylvania slate day, Disum ry day, Dawson day and
Klllgnls ul the Alaiiabccs day
mil alH be u'lcblalcil ull Aloli-
lay, while lhe opening sessions
ul uie iialiuiial priaon congress
iial, like-use in held on lliul
date.
Tuesday will sec ihe celebration oi ilic Portland automobile ilub. Oui juu autoa will
arrive irom Portland und a
grand parade oi the grounds
will be made, llie aulos being
decorated 111 the colors ol t.'ic
exposition and ol llie Portland
automobile club.
Wednesdsy, August tsih, is
Un- 1900th anniversary ol the
victor) oi Herman, thi teetoa-
ic chieftain over the Komnns,
uliiili linally broke Iheir power
111 the TciilobiirgiT Wuld. This
dull- has  iheielute   been  chosen
as German day. The membere
ol Un- North Pacific Saeuger-
bund, which meets ai Everett a
lew days previous, will attend
ihe exposition in a body and
will repeat iis programme ia
lhc auditorium,    ll is expected
thai 411,1.1.1. Germans will be iu
attendance and 3.111.. will follow
lhe lluuls ill lhe procession.
Thursday a ipntanilar pro-
gr.iiiniic ol drills at the sluiliuni
will be given by the Knights
and Ladles of lhe Mauubecs.   A
parade ut the grounds will also
lie made alld nil excellent pro-
gi.inline lllll be provided.
Pay Streak day on  Friday
promises to be u great success.
I'lie cuncessiounrics arc making
great preparatioai lor the occasion. President J. E. Chilberg
will be ihe leading character in
a mock initiation into the theatrical iiieih,iiiics association, us
also will be Director General 1*
A. Nudeuil.
Saturday mil be children's
aa) us mil us Caledonian day.
Seattle school children will put
on a concert m ibe amphitheatre un.l teveral thoaiand lusiy
Scuis mil parade ibe grounds,
ed by Clan   Fraser  troupe   ol
pin pose whatever, The information asked lur a declaration
ihat the grant >.i April 7,  1906,
was inv,illd. The BtUTard Puwer Cninpanv, Limited, bled ,1
statement  ul  dclcllic  liuiiTsing
the allegations ami submitting
thut nu cause nl action waa disclosed. Air. Justice Cassela, iu
Uw.- exchequer court decided that
the lands proposed lu be allecl-
d In ihe exercise ol ibe rights
onlcrrcd Upon llie Burrard poller company, were within the
railway bell; that the railwa}
bell uas propert} iiiiiiiii the
meaning ol sei lion yi (1) ol lhe
British North Americe .1.1, and
thai at the linn- ol iis transfer
to lhe dominion there was no
provincial   legislation  in   exist*
ciiic authorising British Columbia in expropriate tbc watei
rights incidental in thc lands
within the railway bdt;   that
British Culuinbiu hud no ngiu
to legislate in respect to Un*
wuler rights within the railwa}
bell, ami that therefore ihe water clauses consolidation act
oalerred upon the water mm-
missioners no authority to make
grants ol unrecorded waters In
the railway bell; lliul lhe grant
ol April 7, lyoh, wai invalid;
and thai the proposed exercise
ol the rights wuiilil constitute
an inleileriiice wilh lhe navigation oi the Lillooet lliel ul a
point beloll   the World and    an
interference wiih ihe iislung
rigbu ut the dominion ill Canada.
From the decision ul the exchequer court the petitioners
presented this petition lot leave
tu appeal direct to ibe privy
council. They contended, in'ei
alia, thai lhe lands unbilled 111
lllc railwa] belt did nut constitute "properly" within tin
llicining ul seiliuli yi (I) oi the
British North America act; ihat
the   legislature ul  the  l'l'uiilin
ui British Culuinbiu retained the
righl to legislate 111 regard   to
lauds granted ill the railwai
bell, und thnt lhe Water privileges act, iSy:, and tin- water
duuscs consolidation act, isy7,
confirming crown nghis In British Columbiu,.is in water tights
..pirated uli lands in the railway
belt.     Tbe   petition   said    that
various miiip.mics other tbun
the defendant compan] had been
incorporated by prii,ite acti ol
British Columbia, .mil thut thu
acts contained powers enabling
the companies lo apph lui ami
exercise the rights and privileg
es applicable tu water rij*his
withm the railway lull, subjcii
iu Uu- approval ol the lieutenant governor in council, nnd
thai by virtue ol the powers ..1
lhe WatCI eullllllissluliels grants
hud becll   made   tu   these   mill
.allies. A greal deal ul capit il
had been Invented In thc propos
ed iiinlei takings, and iniisidcr-
able sums had lifted] bull expended llllll I lieu  lu llien sm
iissiiil operation. Depending
iipun its hitherto  unquestioned
right lu deal uilh lhe Watei
lights wit Iiiii  the 1,illii,i\    bell,
the government ..i British Col-
mill.1,1 bad Irmn lime I., (line
grunted, ns well ill lhe imliiai
bell  as 111 nther palls ul 111 It l-.il
c<.linni.i.i. nghis tu persons,
corporatlaUs, uml companies tn
..un mil ung.ill..11 uuiks iu
lhe belt nud tu appropriate nn
recorded water therefor, The
arete) s., appropriated was distributed tn settlirs iii tin- irrigated .mas nl iln railway bdt,
and wns esseiillul lu llieir liveli-
ll 1 ,illd  tu  lhe lllllll.ill..11    nl
their lands.    Delay would sin-
ullsll   llllll Iiie uilh alld impede
provincial nml muniiipal rntel •
pilse   alld   the   iTadl   .md mm
nunc ..I linit-.li Columbia.
Lnnl  Maiiiuglitcii   Intimated
that   their   lordships   thought
tliat the petitioner! should appeal   to   lhe   supreme  COUrt    ol
Canada lust, and then, li It
Here mie .sail , tO His illicit}
in council,     Thev 11..uld theft-
fan dismiss the petition,  hai
withuiil HISls
lt ii.i     i.iia'l that slips iiuiild
be taken lu expediti thi hearing
ot the appeal to supreme court.
highland pipers.
ihe general attendance at th
ian continuei excellent nml is
making main neu recordi in
transportation in the west.
The largesl ir.iinload ol passengers ever brought in Seattle,
Came over the   Great   Northern
nil Sllullullllsll dul,  when    1,511
persons were landed at ibe king
slleet stulioli. Ill July, lllc-
,11 in,ils and dcpui lures iiumU-r-
ed -7s»5-5- 'Ihis does nol take
Into consideration the heavy
water travd to and from Scuttle. All parts ul lhe slate and
Nuithucsl aft sharing iu llus
travd, It is confidently predicted that August Will see | siill
i.sgn pusscngiT traffic,
iug at 11, and evening4at 7 p.m,
North Vancoaver Catholic Indian .Mission:—
Sunday Services Man at y
a.m. Sunday school at -'..in p.m,
Benediction at 3 p.m.   Pastor:
Rev. I-i. Pcyluiin, O.M.I.V.G.
Baptist Church, cor. 5U1   and
St. George; -
Saliliauii school ut 2 p.m. Sel
vices al 3 p.m. and at r.y, p.m.
1A.V\  \Al,l,l'A Stni'.cs
Kev. Hugh lloopd conducted
serine 111 at, Uclilclil s 11.111 on
Sunda] last in um morning, .,
being celebration oi nol] u *■*
mun luii.
Starting irmn tins neck, the
general store will be closed on
iieiliiesiluys al 1 o'eloik, thus
giving the stall one hull ilnys
Uollilay each week,
John Barrow has placed in
the municipal hall a very bin
sample ol oats, grown on his
place on Lynn creek. The oats
stood lull)' seven leel above the
ground, aud the heads are very
heavy and the kernels large aiul
full.
Tenders are being asked by the
districi council lor the laying ol
a quantity ol three-quarter aad
one-hall Inch water pipe to settlers who have long waited lor
sunu/. This is good news,as llie
lack ol water is one ol the
greatest drawbacks lo settling
in the valley.
The Hackney and Kingsland
Gazette, London, Bag., ol July
yth, contains tiie fallowing item
with reference to one of our citizens;     A recent copy of the
North Vancouver Kxpress, g.C,
contains the announcement that
R. C. Lawrence bus been up-
pointed to the- Important position oi manager of the North
Vancouver Translc-r   Company.
Mr. Lawrence was formerly an
active number of the Bton Mis-
siun  brunch of  the  Church   nl
England Men's Society, Hack-
ley Hick, and secretary oi lhe
Boys' dub, and emigrated only
three years ago.
Canyon View Hotel
CAI'ILANO
THE FINEST TOUXIST RESORT ON THE
B C. COAST
AUTOMOBILE M IGE me.        rycii K end ol Keith
Koa.l Line, Norlh \ am  uvtr.
Rati 1 ti v* pei 11   in i upi 1 li
P
LARSON,
Proprii tor.
CANCELLOR,
Mansgi r
Lynn Valley Acreage
\\'i- have teveral acre blocks, alow to Dim
oar aiti'Diion, For future tubdiviiiona these
oniiiii.1 I. ■ equ ! ed on north tide ni Inlet  Prioei
fi'iin I l""i per in rn and good termi,
ALEXANDER SMITH 6 CO.
I, inadale Avenue,
Phones—< Nice 24
m-.'ir I'ini
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CHURCH si-.kUCl-.s
Sl. .lolin llie Iviullgelist, 71b
mil 131I1 .streets:—
Holy communion s a.m.,
iiiuiiiiiig prayei u%.m.; cun
ng prayei ;.,v p.m, On tha
lint Sunda) In the month theie
mil In  ,1 sn uud 1 ili bi .iliuli   ul
ibe buly communion nt 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev, Hugh Hooper.
Senilis at Sl. Clement's hull
l.ynn Valley:    Morning prayer
N n.m.;   evening prayer 7 p.m.
riiisl-in-iliurgc:    Kev.   11.   11.
Gillies.
Si.  Andrew'i   Presbyterian
church, 6th street:—
Senilis at i i a.m. and 7.V.
p.m. Sunday sihool .'..lu p.m,
Service al Moodyville sihool at
/.jo p.m. I'rayer meeting on
Wednesday at s o'clock, i'astor:   Rsv. .1. I). Olllam, MA
Royal Standard-abetter
Flour
It ii< m-s tn rt 1 n ■ r, becauie it
is a better Clour; it makes
better brotd, baoauM it is
nun Ic from eai'i'fullv uleoted
wheat by ipeoial machinery,
ensuring Uw wry higheil
quality it is poasibla to maki
A inui ui' Roytl Standard
I'l-mr will convince vou of
its nii-nts.
Ihe W <b Annual Exhibition
will In- li. !il in Horticultural Hall
mi l''ii.i. * and Saturday, 10th
and lliliof Sr|>trmbtr,l909
8750.00 GIVEN IX PHIZES
fair    Pmitt, Vegetable!, Plowen, N"ik, ('.aniens, Do*
mestii Science, Ladiei' Work, Cbildren'i Work, etc
Promenade Concert       Children's Sports       Public Dance
Full detailed Pri*   Liil will be iuued in ,i lev dais
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Siill..:, ,il II a.m. and ;.*,..
p.m. Sunday school 2,30 p.m.
Sunday ichool at Moodyville at
11 a.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday il y.30 P*m* I'astor:
kev. n ll. Balderiton, HA.
Lum Valley institute Hall
ben ices ei cry Sunday   muni-
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N *kih   V.\> .iii. Av ■ 13. 1909
WATEB RIGHTS
Provincial interesti ol the
greatest moment arc involved
iu iln litigation nos proceeding
in iin case "1 Hu Barrard Poa
u Company, Liiniled nnd the
provincial government, versus
the dominion, The question .it
iasu is the right ol ownership
upon the part ..1 tin province,to
tin- waterpowei m thi railwaj
belt ..! British Columbia. Tins
railway belt coi ■•■ strip
ui land along lbi Iini * I the C.
P.H., through ilu- province,
granted lo the dominion as ,t
contribution to assist in the
construction ol thc railway, li
appears that there is Ao specilii
mention ol llu iraterpowei la
tin articles ui conveyance, and
tin issui was not raised at sn)
time during tht twentj and
more yearn since the conveyano
was made, althongfa manj wat
11 u...11K have been granted bj
tin pii.,111,. iiitluii tin area in
question, until somi months .ij;..
ninii iln Burrard Powei I om
.. Limited, made application i..i .1 a. rtain numbci ol in
iln*. ol water oat oi Ullooci
rivei and lake, loi powei pai
The applicatioa was
granted bj ilu provincial goi
crniiiciit, but ilu dominion j;o\-
cniiuciH assailed lhe n^iu ol
the provincial government to
grant nu watei record on these
waters,oa llu ground thai those
rights \i iii included in thi con*
... ..1 iln tciiiti.ii to the
dominion, ami legal action was
takes to pruicci what were con-
iiliiui to bi Uu iederal rights
in tin- premises,
'I'in cast was first heard beii n
the* dominion czchequci court al
Ottawa,  iiiiiii   judgment   u.is
loan  lavoring the do-
11    The provinci requested
.. 1   to
riv) council, without argu
lag Uu ..
...un ..i Canada   :n orda   lo
.-.. inui .in.l t ipen ■    Th. pal
11.ul.iis rn ng will   in
in ai. tail  in thi iuluiun*i
V.laall     a,|     '[jl,      j *. \ |. | , S S
H 11 1 - .it lirst rej n Um
authority  ..I  cabli   despatches,
that iiu province had loit   ita
bnt iln lull report ol the
action ol thi privj council
pii) pirnis thai such is not thi
lact, The deliverance banded
down b) the priv) council ii
simpl) lo ili.  iiiui, that   iln
mist pursue lbi aeaal chan
a a       ,,    1    !., |aa|,     |||,     *,||
I'l.li...   COttrt    Ul   I .III.1.1,1. ll    lllll
ilui:* Iii* miu that tin province
... .1  ' ip ..ii, in esq
tht unlavorabli decision of lhe
lower mart.
The   waterpowei   represented
by ili.* itreaini Involved in tins
...nil'... 1-1 . || ol 'li.li,n: ,   pro
p.. in.  value, ..ml iln control
nl  lhe 11.ilil   llj-hl*   Is ■  1
i'ii nn moment to Uu pro
vim.     Being iltnated  In   the
.\ ball   than   trial
fer desirable advantage! from
.■ii Industrial standpoint, because ni av.iilaiilc transports*
nun facilities, and consequently
there is every reason to conclude that centres ol Industry
.n.i ol population will spring
up in ihise proximlt) to thai
su 1,ous. The possibilities ol
revenue lo tht provincial gov-
rarneut Irom tlu utilising ui
iiu.se waters .oe mi great, and
tht conditions which will necea-
s.iuli  attend iht development
unl nun/, iin 'ii "I  the lu.igllili-
ent Waterpower repreaantea b)
l illSt    sll I,lllis,   Hill   Ol   MCCSSit)
1.1 iuch, lhat it li in the highlit
legrct desirable iii.it ilic- cntirt
matter remau ander provincial
aiiiuul. The matter Ia not ,i
political question ia an)  Mtse
ul   uu*  WOltl,  .imi as H  U>   etUc
whose importance can icarci I)
*. 1 iceeded b) any issue ui.u is
iikiii iaa ariac .is between Um
federal and uu provincial gov-
ernments,an) attempt (rom an)
lource tu make puluiul capital
out ol the mat ler ill all) Way,
Cannot Li too bll'ollgl)' rcjil'c-
ll.ieil.       The   issue  Is  .1  gTaVt
..nt iinin the standpoint m iederal relationships and ihould bt
relinquished enlirel) lo jiniui.ii
eiriles, iur adjustment on sinu-
. 111ui1ui1.il lines.
UORT1CI I.'llKAl, l'.UK
Iiu commendable energy anil
enii 1 prise displayed by the
board ui directors ui Um llurti-
iuliui.il society, with reaped to
tht exhibition which is annouiK-
tai [or September loth and iith,
demonstrate! that the board is
,ihn iu ilic opportunity which
is ollered limn, ui building up
.ui annual exhibition which will
,au.ut attention irom all parts
.a  the ].nn une.    There  is .1
large llliliiltci ..I Iall Kills lliiil
throughout lhe lower liiailllainl,
bui 11 appears lhat North Van
couver is the onl) placi which is
pulling 011 .1 liuiikuliur.il .shun
i.ii lu year. Then an
large numbers ol people who
lake .. special interest in the
products ol the g.inliu and Um
orchard, and to these, inch aa
itloU appeals with unusual
intereit.
Not .>iil\ ,.ii ihui appreciable
iielleiils to aeclUc llulll lllc ill-
lulll.igilllelil   ami    the   Ulipctlls
which iuch an exhibition will
give tu horticulture on the north
..1  llllll,iltl lnlil  .iiul  lhe
un 11 mainland, but Sorth Vancouver iiuuhl .Uso bt benefited
to .1 mi gratifying dtgree,wert
-i.i I., win the reputation oi
hul.hug .111 ,inun,il iiiaiiiiuluir.il
exhibition which attracted tha
attention aad the co-operation
ul tin MMIt district! ol suulllctll
British Columbia.
Tlu board ui direclori   havi
mads  several   departure!   ilus
...il   which  lullstlllUe .1  u.nM.l-
advance on tat polk] lot-
lowed 111 previous u.trs. nml
uliuh point tu iin coaclnsion
in.ii iini art planning to occupj
mc iniil suggeated above, The
pii/e list ii,,s i,un greaU) m-
iii.tstil and scur.il clanci havi
I-. >i added thereto, compcUUon
in which i.s thrown opea to .ill,
iihih certain claasci which iveri
.n.iii.tiaii to "iiii S'orth Vaacoavei competitor! in piiiiuiis
years, aavi beta likewise thrown
upcll.
The  -", uli  is .illili,imi    wilh
ilu Royal Horticultural Hociet)
"i London, Bag , and la ..fining
Uh '.ilui .unl bronii medala nl
iiu ..mi hn competition, m-
joying tin diaUnctioa ..f living
ih. onl) smut*, 111 ihi province
qualified lo award Hum highly
prised trophin,
Thr* 1. ii ...in, is ar
ranged lor ,m exhibition •
ing uiu ila\s, iaatead  ..f   on
1  hi 1. toiore, and every . Sort is
being iii.hIc to attract aa iggti
glUoB  ul  aUbill   whiih   will
IA Lot on 14th St.
(CLOSE TO LONSDALE
PACINI. SOUTH
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$500 Cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months
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EXPLOSIVES
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STUMPING POWDEB    I
PAINE x- M.Mil.I,AN    \
Sole  Diitributora
N'..nh  Vancouvei
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placi tin- local horticultural lair
in a position oi permanent popularity in horticultural circle*
throughout ilu- lower mainland
ami beyond, The board of director! arc to in- congratulated
upon tllell  ll ise li,ili.llili);   ul llli
sanation and their eflort! are
worthy tha lie.un rapport ol
ilic entire- community.
DISTRICT POLICE COUET
Tm, l.inii V.iliu young nun
will* Mlllllllollcil lu .ippe.U  Kent
IfcNaught as polk* magiatrate,
visititl.iv morning to anewei to
.t chairgi ui aaaaltiag .i Chinaman, Vucli, in   tin   iliiplov   ol
Wm. Hurrill. d.un in*ni, oa Sabbath evening, one ol the young
linn .ippcircil, Imt tlic other had
not lieen lotnnl to receive the
snimuun.s.  His lather, who u.is
present, undertook, it Uu MM
n.is laul over, In have lum in
attendance, Adjonrnment uas
niailc lill Wednesday next at to
a.m.
Miss |,,tur.i M,iiiville li.i* par-
ihaseil lot in. block l4-\ I) I..
i,A, -'ml strcci.ne.il Sl George'i
ave., and Intend! building a two
aad oiii-hali itorey rooming
liuiisc ilicrt-on.
\V. l'rcston has removed his
i.miilv to this sul*. ui th, inlet
,nul is itsiiluij. un .'iul street
west.
II.
nil ki
ten,
Hirers Tin
Mill
lii Decorator *■?-
Ar i*ii\||..ia.n ami A nt nj u.- Kurni-
taarf, (illni'. Hnnk an,I  Mar Kii*
lii>|i«irHi|a- in nil iis branch*-*-,
nl 8t. 11'., lift. rl.,M,.,lif lal anal L,.,taJ«l,.
Il].|....ll,   H,h,,iil
nKl'KKs*jii*.Mi prompt allenlii.ii
DYNAMITE
STUMPING POWDER
GELIGNITE
LOOSE BLASTING
Wi ire in i position to quote you on thi   il  ■* it
l.i. tan pi ii< s in in]  .pi. mnn  (rom om  boi tn a
carload. I'. livi ry same d»y as ordered.
Paine  ®. McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
IMPORTANT
TO
HOUSEKEEPERS
Buy your pn s. rune peaches
now as tin crop il very
sliort. (iov. iiinieni inspection hascondemned several
carloails of California fruit,
so the market will soon be
cleaned out. Send in your
nrden now.
C.R.HICKtUN
Lonidale Are an.l Bth it
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\r\r\r- A A A
The   Sherwin-Williams   Paintt   Cover   tht    Earth
SHAW'S
PIONEER DRY GOODS.
Gent' Furnishing and Fancy
Store,     or. 2nd& Lonsdale
Specials
For SATURDAY and NEXT WEEK
LADIES' DEPT.
Hi lutiful An Muslin i,, per yard
Beautiful Art Sataaa  joc    "
V..-inch Ribhoa, all colors iyirdil
rligh-Gradi  Const! vslnes from tooo, At Cost
Silk aiul Lisle (lions ai ( nl
• GENTLEMEN'S DEPT.
Shirti inun     5"c
S elm, Iron.... ) pairs foi iji
Tin* |i.-it I.*.iih. r (ll..v.* on ih.. market it........ >i.oo
Aisa, High-Grade Bunketi, i hi ip.
• IIK IiSS.MAKING 0Y THK 1'kEMlSKS.
Remember the
Price
FANCY
VESTS
$1.15
See the Window
4TT In order to clear out
ji the balance oi mir
Bummer Veeti we have decided to sluin|i theni all in
"one greal Lot' and -.11
then ut "one iniall price''
$1.10, Theee V.-t- trere
veil north the original
prioe aski d, >i 60, |J 75,
12.00 and $2.50, and tbe
present price is actually
away bl low tin- niniiui'iii--
lurer'i cist, bul we -1<>n't
wiih i" carrj anv ovi r till
nexl mm mer therefore llie
lacrifice.
CUMMINGS
Gaat'i Clothiaf,       I uraiihinp,       Mea's,  Ladiaa', an.l
( hildree'i Booli n d Sh» i.
M-.XT 10 BUEK8' MEAT MAKKKT
Our August Furniture and Housefur-
nishing Sale is Now in Full Swing
BARG4IKS
nnl !■ Btetini wilh ■
B4RGAINIS
B\RG4IS.S
COltHES at $4.75 URPLI SQIARFS
Regular H.79 ?«■ ___
~     . OKISSIIIScind
Port icrs and iron BEDSTC4M
Lice Curtains sidlboakds nnd
*l .SAU PHI. IS LXILNSION lABlLS,,,;',1..,
j tiie \oisiinni'i>iu:iiiio)ii:Fiii\isiii:iis^:."dv:'
flt 111
•SNAPS ARC  SELLING
Still We Have a Lew Left
i w ii lots, ii.osi' TO WATRIF10NT
All cleared,    tno toi—t.   1~t cftih, balance ia 6,
I.- aad 18 monthi,
i.nT CL08B TO i.os  dai.i-: CA1
Nf.nli cleared,     50 by 132,    v        \ * caah,
balance lio per month, no Intern)
TWO l,ni's ON TI-'.V.'II   STREET
All ih.mil.   jo bj 117.   Ssim each,   fliscaah,
' ..il.in.i. 6, i] .imi 18 im.nilis.
C. E. LAWSON
Ksinia Spei ialiit
13 Loni I.il. Ai
II. < THI EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
II
To the province ol Alunitobu
belong! Uie honor ol having
been ill*; lust province in llie Uu-
liiinion lo inaugurate a provincial systciui ol ocaling witli Bag"
lcctcii, dependent anu dsUnqaent
cluldieu by means oi an organised department, under direct
supervision ol the government.
llie lirsl annual report ol   this
department >*-- just to hand and
is well worth careful study b)
those interested in lliis viry important i-ucstion.
The (sport shows llial a lolal
ol 192 cases was dcall with during the year, distributed as lollows; Truancy 105, theft 54,
Immorality 7, incorrigibility 7,
destroying property b, wouud-
nig 1, lalsc pretences 1, and a
lew oilier scattering olleuccs. In
dealing wilh these ollenders lib
cases were dealt with out ol
court; 111 two then was no prosecution; bo ncie dismissed under suspended sentence, ana 12
were sent lo the relorniaiory. In
those cases dealt with oul ol
court or dismissed under suspended sentence, the ollenders
were placed 011 probation lor a
stated period alld 111 only two
cases were tliey re-arrested.
The reporl declares that "the
answer to the problem oi tbe
child dcall with has been, 111
the majority ol cases, lhe educating ol tlie parents. In yo
per cent ol the cases lhc children themselves are not bad, but
llieir environment is, and their
parents, especially the ialinrs,
are olteli careless and quite ignorant as lo hou then children
spend their tunc, and with
whom Ihey spend 11." 01 the
home comliiioiis ol the delin-
i|Uents dealt wltll, eightivn iurc
1 Kissed as good, N} as lair, bb
as poof, 1 as douhtlul, bb as
lull, .mil 2 were homeless.
Idleness is declared lo bc lhe
illlel souric ol lllosl ol lhe ol-
leiices, ol which boys or gills
are guilli. The supciintcnilciil
declares "1 led quite sale 111
laying that at least lo per cenl
ol the crime committed hy ju-
umils, is directly traceable to
idleness. In tins colillcitiou,
lhe greal utility ol public playgrounds is emphasised. The
child's duel milk, sals the report, is play. "It is hou lllc
child spends tllc tune which ll
looks upon as Us own, that
counts.'' The siiiuig ground is
taken lllal "at least 50 per cent
ol tbe trouble Wl have arith juvenile deliiiimciils iiuuhl disappear had lie a properly supenis-
ed system ul public playgrounds "      A  circular  fetter
selll hy the .supennlelldclll lo
various lilies in the lulled
Slates where playgrounds have
been in i.pci.iti.iii IM .1 11u111l.1T
ol years, '..i.night BBaaimottl answer 10 iheir'great benefit m tbc
prevention ol juvenile crime.
"There ian be no illllcrcucc ul
opiiilou" proceeds lhe report,
"ai.-uut the value ul playgruunds
it is a question ul gelling
uiough ol them. The movement
low aid phi} grounds is si 111 pii ,1
tardy recognition ul '.u: lacl
lhat wc have been trying 10 deal
wlUl unl) ulie-hall ol M'.c chilil
in thc scimulruoiii, aad have in-
111 uly omitted io prui.de l..r
lhc other and even mure uiipuri-
,uil side, uliuh must lllld expi csslou ou lhc playground."
lhc juuuile bill, recently passed by the lcilcl.il goicrii.licul,
provides lur the constitution ut
ilnl.Inn's cuuris. The luuda-
mciil.tl idea ul ihese courts is
paternalism. The court lim
nol so much al the punishment
ol the dclnii|Uinl, as at his n-
luriualiuii. This liioictnciil ba*
gan 111 Chicago in liSyu., and III
rapidly spread. Not iii.uiv
years ago the  juvenile   ollender
was treated la almost tlu Hmi
111,inner as the adult u 1111111.il,
i.tiihlicd in the same cells, tried
h) the same standards, and lhe
results wire deplorable. Hut
with the coming ul the juvenile
court, a reformation has taken
plate; the child, when arraigned
lor a misdemeanor, is dealt uilh
111 his own special court, which
in genu,ill) held in NOW place
1,niiiicd liuin tin environment
ul the ordinary unit I ruulli
where there is nu danger uf his
culling! Inl ' ' .nt.i't with h.ilut-
Ual aim i.il* " .'ii 1iMi.1l .111
run. ding-- >' lhc ordinal") ifun-
inal couits. lklore his trial
takes plan the CIM tt Ma
downlall it, J at all pOiilble,
ascertained. Ills home and parents are visited, the surroundings and home lllc noted. The
character ol lhe parents is lully
inquired mio anu the manner in
which they have cared lor llieir
ihiidren, ascertained. Schuul
teachers are visited, playmates
inquired about. The reputation
ol the lamily 111 their own neighborhood—in lact a complete and
exhaustive   inquiry   into     the
oy's whole environment is
made belore lhc trial. Thus lhc
judge ol the juvenile court will
ue 111 a position lo acl ton,u.l
the child as would a wise and
kindly lather dealing wilh a
wayward child, lhc country thus
recugnuiug thai u holds the relation ol parent towards  curi
hild wTlliui lis hol'Uers. 'ihe
results ol the system as eiidcnc-
d by statistics, show a   must
gratifying reduction in juvenile
crime and establish its success
beyond all quesliuii. A detention home lias been established
in connection with the Manitoba
system, alld the sillings ot the
juvenile court will he held there,
the work ol the couri being under the supervision ol a juvenile
court committee,
With rc-lercncc- lo the probationary leature ol dealing Willi
otlciidcis, statistics covering tne'
years, establish the lact lhat
more than one-hall ui those
placed 111 the care ol probation
ollicers, do not need lo be again
brought intu cuurl.
The cunspicUuUs success ul lite
Winnipeg experiment shuuld du
much to cm uin age lllc inauguration of similar systems 111 other cities throughout lhe dominion.
TACT Ok FICTION
The eyes ul the continent may
be said lu be lixed uli Vancouver
nluiii today gives promise* ol
becoming tin- Liverpool ol the
l'acilic coast, says the i'hociux,
B. C., Pioneer.   Io be the uwn-
er ul luriy acres ul cbulcc properly bordering un the city limits ul North Vancouver inui
well he the clliy ol bolll the
capitalist and lllc real estate
vendor, and lo have become tbo
possessor ol such acreage, al-
must by accident, lur Hie nuin-
uial disbursement ul floo gives
an idea ul the hidden loillincs
whiih lie 111 wall lur Ihose burn
iiiidu the luck) star.
Uhclhci J. 1'icklhal ul Phuc-
nix uas nail) burn uuuer a
lucky star ur nul, the Fionas
dues nut stale, Ihuiigh miiciuc
is rather conclusive. Tuurteeii
years ugu Mr. I'lcklhal luanul .,
lriend >ioi., who laler gave Air.
Pichthal ,1 deed ol 40 acres ol
land 111 lieu ol the cash. The
and is ill the Capilano district
oi North Vancouver, and Upgrowth ol lhe clly must soon
lorce the properly to become
city lots. .llr. I'lcklhal has bceu
besieged null l.inc) oilers lur
lus holding, and only this week
retused an oiler ol >.).vMKJ lruin
a Vancouver realty hrm. Hut
he is too optimistic uf Nurlh
Vancouver1! luture lo part with
his holding al present.
Desirous ol asceitaining the
exacl location ul this valuable
piece ol property, a representative ol The Express sought   m-
cess 10 the assessment roll  ul
the district ul Nurlh Vancouver
.1 natch ui uliuh revealed lac
disappointing   lact   that    the
name ul All I'lcklhal dues nut
appear ill the list, neither is ll
on the diatrict voters' bat.
SH.Vl-.k CIKKKNCY
'ihruugh lhc ngcni) ul Canadian li,inking insiiiiilioiis, the silver currency ol lhe dominion is
undergoing a process ul general
renovation.
The hanks are retaining all
the American slher that collies
inlo their lumIs iui the 1uup1.se
ol deporting ll, appalenlli OU
,111 midlist,nuhug wilh the du
minion aulhorilles.
Canadian  silur mills    11 huh
have worn smooth .tic also   I,.
illg   redeemed   ,1111!   I.i.uid   11.11
ones issued ill llu-ir slc.ul.   Mutilated silver is being redeemed
alsu al 75 pel cenl. ol its vnlm.
■so lhat yi a short linn lhe coinage ol the cuuntry should lie
Jairly Iree lruin luicign silver,
and should also be bright and
clean.
The .ninii..I li.irl.iui.' ol tin
local em; l..ie.s ul th.* It C. I'll.
Iy Co., uii'l'.T iln- stipuinuii'l
"jKe ul W. D. Colics, will he held
uu biuui), al Moody ville.
Would You Like to Know Why
People Are Buying Sites for
Summer Homes at
white CLirr
Being Iiiit twelve mile? from English Bay Pier to wharves ;it Whiti- ('lift' ainl within OBI hour's
ride hv launch.
White Cliff is on the sea, hence salt water bathing—a notireahle absence ot DBOequitoe—9 pure
invigorating, and salt-laden atmosphere which lends a tone to the system.
There are two natural harbors: Fisherman's Cove ami Roneehoe Bay; which nets h> i-iitrniici« to
tbe property.   They also provide excellent sea bathing and fishing.
White Cliff bus been chosen as the location for the Summer School which is dwttnajd to be one of
the greatest educational institutions on the Pacific Coast.
White Cliff is just far enough removed from the busy bustle of Greater Vancouver tn give mother
nature au opportunity to claim all the time and attention ol the resident.
White Cliff is the gem of Howe Sound.   It is unsurpassed in scenic wealth.
There are several miles of beautiful trails, vales and dells throughout the property.
Tin- men behind White Cliff have a fixed pOTpOM regarding this property.    They are men wIidm
reputation warrant this statement that all plans will ba carried to completion, aiul will make White
Clifl one of the most beautiful summer resorts on the Pacific Coast.
A surrey has already been completed to tin- property by the V.W. A' Y. Railway, while charters
issued recently to local syndicates set forth the fact thateltctric trainuay-ar>' being MDltrUOted along
thu North Shore.
All regular boats call at the wharves of White Cliff, consci|iieiitly the residents are to have the
very best of shipping and transportation facilities.
Tin- lots are on sale at low prices and on easy terms.
Call at this nlliee for full particulars.   Those at a dislan bould lend in their MUM at mm for
a copy of tin- bettttiful booklet now in course of preparation "Pietureeque While Cliff"
The West Shore & Northern Land Co.,
LIMITED
ALBERT WHYTE, General Agent
23 IMPERIAL BLOCK,   SEYMOUR STREET.   VANCOUVER, B C.
PHONE 3330 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
District of North Vancouver
NOTICE OF TAX SALE
NOTICE i-ii.'ivin uii»" iia.H i.i \ i rt hm a,i tha Unakipsl CliUMi let ud atoll
amending llie Mtno tnd bj authority ol tbt Council of the Dlitrlcl ol Norih Vas-
couver "ii IVedneida). llie lil dtj ul -,*|.i,-i.■ Ia.-r. 1800, ni 1 o'clock i*m., within
the I1 -tri-i Miii.:.!|..il Olflrt', Knplmiaue, N'orih Vincoover, I "ill nil hy public
mction iht Iind* hereimfter 'la n-ribed to recover tho ias.*i dellDqaul In reepSet
thereof tiul interetl mil coitttllu let lorlh opposite the tleicnptloniol ttld
lm,*I- r* -,*• lively, if the tniounl of iuch Itxet, Interetl ind colli nn* n..t mobm
paid, u.'
IIBSCIRICTION Ot
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I John Coulter
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1 j Mrs. N. Chun hill
unn S 11 Moon
23 James S. II   Moure
24 jam. s S 11. Moon
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2.40
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3.10
3.10
2.05
2.03
2.03
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2.03
2.07
2.07
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2.05
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7.10
25.00
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3.20
3.10
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17 E. Hall
18IE, Hall
19 E. Hall
20: E. Hill
21 li. Hall
22.E. Hall
23 IB. llall
24 E. Hall
25 E. Hall
21. li. llall
27 E. Hall
18 B. Hall
t9 E. Hall
30E. Hall
1 A. Garlan.l
2 Aa Girlind
29 A. Gsrlind
311 A. Girlind
31 A, Girlind
32 A. Girlind
13 William Ki eli •
15 William Wlgni 1
lb William Wlgnei
'21 Joseph Sa liultr
22 Jose|ih Schuter
7 A. E. MtCnuv
'4      Noiniaiu
5 John S. rimplston
31    H.     W.     l'lalsl   I
32 H. W, l'rascr
14 Annie li. McDonald
11 Annie E, McDonald
K, Annie- E, McDonald
16 William Clausson
27 William Clausson
js William Clausson
20. William Clausson
12 Mrs. l-'ilion
13 Mrs. Filion
27 G. barlur
2). G. Barlur
niGeorge Gukill
lo'Geor-je Gaskill
10 George Gaskill
21 George Gaskill
22 George Gaskill
31 George Gukill
, li- F.
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bo li* 1	
j, li. F, Han
... li. 1-" Han
, E. F
Han
Han
23
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ii E. 13. Deane
Sarah l-'alls
Missli.M   Flddier
Miss EM. Fletcher
Tom II. Fletcher
Tom 11. Fletcher
li. 13. Deane
Margaret C. Hall
E. H. Deine
E. H Daans
li   II. Deane
I'.  B. Deane
ll. A. Morgan
li. B. Deane
B   B, Deane
I    B, Deane
1.   B, Deane
li B, Deane
Alfred Parry
Mis ii K. O'Neill
Miss J, Coots
N Paeguel
Mrs. F. Thomas
1. org! M. Johnsiin
W  W Morion
I   |, if   ll'IMI\
Nirs A. Elliolt
1   I    \\.   lleivtiui
J   E  lirainton
J   1.  lirainton
Alex, (.iiiii'iain
P, G, 1'owl.r
Mis  Anderson
Winnipeg Liuntx r Co'
Winnipeg Lumbal 1 0
C. P, Lord
J. B, 1 .mn n..I
J   B, Cainiion
J  |. Egaa
1 ist ,11 lietz-i'
I'  li  Wilion
|.iini. W. Suulh
ji nui, W. Suiith
I'lkl*
Pike
1 Ims R, lioliinsiui
I Ims U It..I.ins..11
li   \\ ingali'
R Win  iti
li uiu.* W. Smith
1   Kli *. 11
F Klines
Joseph Barlow
Jusi'|ili Barlow
\1ilu1r Bowiley
I. Ltnglowi
|. 11 Hutcheion
I li sk. Ihorm
j   I.   Ski Iiunii.
It. F. McDonald
R, F. MeDoaald
1;  \ Taunton
I; A Taunton
1. I  Let-Wirnei
I      I     l.l,    \\ .11 IK 1
II ll Ramagi
lohn Rootgaa
I       |ill.l|s|l)
I'   Innlisiii
l; \v liv.ms
J. I.   Maivll
\m;iis McDonald
ll Lanbsrt
I, \V. Shelborni
I-   .arh.Ill",
I
',  \ McAIm
J  D. McGregor
I .70
.70
,70
■7<>
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•70
.70
.70
.70
.70
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■7"
•7"
•70
•7-'i
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■7"
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■7"
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1.14
1.14
'■'4
■7"
.70
•70
■70
.70
.70
.70
.70
.70
•70
•70
.70
•70
.70
.70
,70
.70
■70
,70
■70
■/o
.70
.70
•7o
•7"
i-75
1-75
1-73
1 75
i-75
'•75
•■75
' 75
'■75
'•75
'■75
'■75
'■75
'•75
'•75
'■75
'■75
'■75
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2.05
2.05
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1.14
1.14
1,14
1.14
1.14
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'•73
' 75
'75
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'•75
'•75
'■75
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1 75
'•75
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'•75
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2.05
2.05
i.oj
i.oj
2051
2* "5
2.02
2.05
1.0J
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J.oj
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2.05
1.03
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2.05
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2.05
J.OJ j
J.OJ
2.05
2.05
J-oj
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
J.OJ
2.05
2.0 J
2.05
2.115
2.05
2* 05
205
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2.05
2,,i3
J-oj
205
2. Ill
|. in
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2*10
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10
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10
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107
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2. IO
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1.10
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la 10
TOTAL
>  J.75
J.7J
2*75
2*75
2.75
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2-75
2-75
275
2*75
2*75
2*75
2*75
2*75
J-7J
2*75
2*75
•2 75
2'=,
2*75
2-75
- 75
2*75
275
•'75
3.20
3.20
3.20
2 75
2-75
■2-75
2*75
-•75
J-75
2*75
•2-75
•2 75
275
-2-75
275
2*75
•2 75
= 75
275
2*75
2*75
2*7.5
2-75
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J-7J
2*75
2*75
- 75
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J.8J
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4.15
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3.10
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3.20
3.20
320
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J,   '*,
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J*8j
J8J
J*8j
3"^5
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7'J9
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88a|j
88t 6
B8111
1 882 1 j
1008 1
1008 1
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2026 IJ Jl,
1021        ,   ..'  a
202't 2J-39
208; ii
1087 -,..
108; ,i
2088 13
1169J
11694
216924
21(1.1 41J
1169 |U
.'!'    |68
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21('.)9I
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(u'.7
626 11
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616 1 j
7'I4 17
Mil
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ASSESSID "ll'NKK
T.xti ltt|
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11*17 un.l
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871
9J0 ■
9505
,.,
laai.S,.     I
1407
1418
20236
J.1:310
JaaJi   I   1
part ,0 acres
7   f: i'
r.
George W. Hutchingi
James D. Magee
S. S. Johnson
D, M. Wasson
Max K. Miller
Mrs. b, S. Johnson
;Mrs. J  B Findlay
Mrs. j. B. Findlay
111    M* Modern
11. .1  McArlhur
J. S Gunn
j   I1..F11 sell
t  A. I'.tlton N'vc
,   Miss Jane Ieunant
12 llub.Tt McUain
13 A. Dilton Nye
JMrs. I.. Upjuhi.
Lemoel 11. Nicholson
Domini in I msi Co'y
'John A. Barber
Martha M. jeivett
Martha M. jiwett
Hani Mclatyre
W. E, Flumerlelt
W. E. Flumerfeli
A. Sang, tod,
iNonna.i McDonald
J nhn McCallum
R U. McGsrrigle
J. Laughton
J. baughtoo
J. Laughton
E. 13. Deane
Hi'illia Wm.l.i,I
Hugh A. yondall
]t A.C. Kos*. .' D McLean
]t I it 1 iha M. ' ondall
C Li iha M   Vtudall
Mis. F, M   .   nut v
I'.   B, Dean
Ali.iaiiilii litnderaon S
Martin
Simcoe J. Wo drow
K. J. lleatty
Mrs. Hannah W<   I I
Mrs. Hannah W.rks
Simcoe J. Woodrow
J. Voung and 1'. N. lull
II. B. Findlay
J. Dcl'11-..n
Bi rthi M. Gunn
Ivlien Ost*"ii
J. 11. II,.,
Colli
i-75
'•75
2.19
2.10
2 10
2.10
'•75
'•75
1,14
4-59
'■75
1.28
1.28
1.28
i-aS
1.2S
2.75
' 95
5+5
h.oo
«.7J
i*75!
2.10
2.10
2.11
2.10
2.10
2.11
2.10
2.10
2.11
2.25
2.10
2.07
I I
2.07
2.07
2.07
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2.10
2.30
2.30
2.10
2.10
TOTAL
'•75
2.10
'■75
2.10
'•75
2.10
i-7J
2.10
'•75
2.10
'•75
2.10
'•75
2.10
1 75
2.10
'•75
2.10
'■75
2.10
4.J11
2.J1,
I.43
MJ
2.40
MJ
'•75
2,10
'■75
2.10
'•75
2.10
I.s.S
2.10
2.70
MJ
20.15
3 00
71.40
555
6.80
2.25
2.0-
2.10
I  ,j
2.0b
51.70
4.u-i
4. 10
|    -a.
' 75
Ill
16.83
2.85
' 75
2.10
1.J8
2.07
J-75
2.10
<3«5
3.85
4.30
4.20
4.20
4.20
3*«5
3«5
4 35
0.80
3*«5
3' 35
3*35
3 35
335
3 35
-t.y-i
4.05
7 75
8.30
3»5
3.85
J.»J
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J-8J
3-SJ
3.85
J.8J
J-8J
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3«5
3-s5
b 40
4 55
4 55
J-8J
J8J
3.85
395
4.8J
2315
76. y J
9'5
4 '5
3.20
51-30
6. jo
J.»J
nj 0
3»5
3 45
3«5
Given umler my hand at Nurlh \a,u ouver this Jti: diy ol August,
ALEX.  PHILIP,
COLLECTOR
Kxtensivi ituprovenient! to
iln plant ..I tin teveral domia
inu 11 in hss si.iiiuiis along  iin
i.i.tsl,  .is liell as   .iihlllliills    It
ilu si sti in are now   aamred
The   tttRC   Hell   sl.illnlis    llllllll
have imu in contemplation n.i
sorn. '.inu* mil I., installed,
C,   l\    I'.dllaltls,   .sii|ientllell.l-
illl ..I 11 111 less sl.illniis lol tin
,1**11,1111 ,|    I,in,id,1,    lllllllll*
rccenllj Irom I'min Unpen
where be consulted with Hot
Win. Templdnaa in regard   to
the   jiiisitiitii oi  ihe   itationi
iln   iisllll  Is lllal   It  has    heell
determined lo pufa the worl 1
head .is last as p-malMe,  1'brec
luu     ulliless    sl.illniis   ol   thi
musl up-to-date type and n n
ui mu kilowatt i'..in 1 11 ill  he
installed .11 nun, nne at   in
.mgh isl,mil, anothei ,11 Prince
Kupert .unl ,1 third in ilu Beigh
l...111.....I ..I Ikeda baj       I ins
mil complete thc chain ol iti
in,ns   between   the   citlei   in
si.iiihtin Hiiiish Columbia and
llu  lllusl um iliuli  j mi 1   o|   Uu*
t .1   l.i.l.sl ,
III     1,.1-l.il.ls sl.ili.l  lli.it    the
uuih would 1.1 commenced ■
unci uml rushed lliruugh to con
phi       llu work ni in.1. 1
ing tin powei ni iln present its
11.uis iiiiiiiii ,ilsn be 1111.lt 11.iimi
.ii nun., im. kihin,ill insiiu
limits being Installed both   at
Gonzales Hill  I at I'achena
r..nn. The mn apparatui
uiiiihi in* sinii as iniiiili cumpl}
wnii ihe Berlin convention, thi
rules .md regulation! ol which
mii*   accepted   last   year   bj
('.real Ittit.iili and mil prohabl]
I., ratified In the Canadian gov-
tllilliiin    al    llu    LleXt    sessitui
'iln* convention regulated  the
It'Ugth ..I  ii.in   t..  In   used   allil
arrange! tin general plan ol
working
Ai Prince Unpen Um itation
will be placed ai the entrance to
ilm harbor, about .1 mile Irom
the limiisili, ami mil I.. COO
ii.. iul In mn wiili the .in
itsell It will I., placed righl
alongiide lhe Grand Tmttk rijjht
..I ii,i\     Tin  land  thei  in.l 1
all,,       II     i|    > . \\ 11 > ■ I     Ll      ill.      \A • l\ lit
ti.il government and Un Gund
ii uui. i uiu. n, bat no iiiilu ulti
is appreh ided m Mtariag it hu
ihis purpoae,
ll ic    st.tlluli    at    the    Oui'Ui
i',, irlottea will bc placed in the
neigh ."in...ul oi Ikeda baj, pn
..l or  Ileal   Deluge  I'ullil,
but th» place has noi been jjt*
veyed yev, so nothing definite
..in bc ■ ited in ihis connection.
1 will ii. north u -.hUmou
ia..i ai .rn) rate,
is .si.iii aa ihe im.k -I erecting ilu itationi is completed,
two nni. arili be placed ai each
•sl.,i...ii  li   work ill niais,   and
arrangements will be in,ule to
li uilli- commercial work. At
preaeni the itafl is too small tu
I   ti Lhat wolk. and lhe lull lllal
i is aeceaaarj to lake all ihe
j',i"iile meaaagei ihruugh   the
' i ik.m itatioa at laioosh,
I preclude!   the   ponibility    ol
Ii.n llillg I'lllllllel'ilal wort lllllll
in   poWa   ol   Un-  s',ii:i,M*.   .it
Gi ./.lies .iiul Pachcna tai ban
increaaed,
KOAD TO si-:ciii-;i.t
iiie provincial government is
..I iu the wolk oi improving '.in ni,ul leading through ihe
countr) between Gibion'   Land
ing un.l Su hell, aliil ^ttoil   pro-
:" ss i   being in.,ih.      Ba  A.
i letihel,      gOVemUMIt     IflSt,
si...      ...t the gang -' nun eii-
i ;iti ou in- wnik iii ihargi "i
i' ,u  \' right, are doing it u
la-llellt Job,     Siillie .-'. links   i.l
tins mad is being ttraightened
aad graded.   A lorce ol 13 in-1
iiul teams an* engaged   ill   I le
i' ..ik.    The r 1 as i.n ,is Rol
creak will he completed
ll is i.ili .mil lhe lialuiiu will lull' , ■ in \i 11.11 The Improve*
imu' ni this toad is proiIng a
i;r  n  litiiin   to   the   settlers   ill
ih,1    .strict and alread] two 01
line, new • itltls halt laken ll|i
hill '   lluttg tile l'ollli
lira,   1.  Voting ol Victoria,
accompanied bj her daughters,
Hi . •* (ii,itn ,iiul Thiiina, is
viaiting  ia  the Utv   tins   link
.it tui h 1 ni in 1 brother, A.
Ilri-,., n iiinlie.
Till  ,lllllll,il |iiillli ..I III.   Meill
..disi Sabbath ichool, held al
St.uilt 1   p.nk mi Tnt'sil.n.   was
largely attended, and 9t   —Ol
uughl) enjoyed by children and
adults alike. THE  EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, R C.
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IMPORTANT  NOTICE TO OWNERS  AND INTENDING  PURCHASERS OE '
North Vancouver Properties
Cleared City Lots
Tor Sale at liral I'o.sl
The few remaining lots in block 52, D. I.. 550, on ;,)th, 15th
street and Ridgway avenue, being onu block west oi Queensbury
park.
lniide lots $500 to J525 each.    Corners $000 each.
Size oi inside lots 50 by 156 leet each. Corners 60 by 15b
itet each.
Theie lots are particularly well situated, 15th street being
already cleared and graded to its lull width, and lots of similar die in that vicinity now selling for J700 to J800 each.
The lots above mentioned are genuine snaps.
For Sale
Intending puuiiasers of dioice acreage west of the Capilano
or ia any other part ui lhe .lis.rict will prolit gieatly by ton-
suiting our large and 1 \< iusivi list beiore uegoluting for purchase elsewhere.
This being the Eourth year of our establishment in business
in North Vancouver we are thoroughly posted as to the various
properties lhat may be ollered lor sale and llieir values.
We are the sales agents lor a number of estates in North
Vancouver city and dislriel aud have a very good list of pro
pertiet for sale at prices which were prevailing in 1907 and 1908
during the period of financial depression, and as we are now apparently on the eve of a period of great prosperity we consider
thc present time very opportune for investors to make a selection ol North Vancouver property before the greater period ol
activity sets iu.
Capilano Acreage and City Lands Wanted
Well lituated city lots, bio, ks and acicagc, and nell situated cloie in acreage iu the district, particularly wesl of the Capilano, and withm oue mile oi the waluliuut. Wl have a large
lilt oi clients, and special iuulnics ior negotiating sales where
the prices ut right. We advertise your property williout u.st
to you il yon give us the sole agency for a reasonable period
of time. Our past records demonstrate our sunesslul methods
in negotiating lales, aud we propose greatly ex tended operation! and a large expenditure along strictly modern lines of .ul
vtrtising.
We have representatives iu several advautageous parts iu
Canada, United States and Great Britain.
It will pay you to list with us ior quick sale ii you have any
property to oiler.
ESTATES  MANAGED
Non-reiident owners of property in North Vancouver who
art unable to give personal supervision to the management oi
their estates are requested lo correspond with us, bung the oldest duly incorporated Compauy wilh its headquarters in North
Vancouver, and being financially responsible 111 every rcspt.t,
we can give the'best assurances possible lhat busiuess will be
conducted along lines as accurately and surely as any banking
establishment throughout the country.
FOR RENT
Wi hav* a good list of cottages and houses for rent 111 choice
localities in the city of North Vancouver, and shall Ik- pleased
to show any of them to intending settlers.
Builders ol homes in North Vancouver will do well to look
over our list oi choice lots and blocks suitable lor building pur-
poMi.
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.D. I906, under llu.Cuiiipanies' Act [89} and A.iiending Acts, with duel place ol business in Noilli Vancouver, I. 1
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C.,
Telephone 15
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NEW   ttliST.UlNSTl.K
\\.  k.  Archibald, dominion
parole olllcer is 111 lhe ciiy on
liis annual usit. IU* will look
inlo the cam ol those prisoners
who have made application lo
be released on parole. i„i.-.t
year, out ol .'000 prisoners 111
the penitentiaries Uiruiignoui
lhe dominion, 41x1 were reteaatd
ou parole and probably auoul
the same number will oe lliu.s
released this year. I'he pal oil
siskin has worked salislaiioil-
ly, as out ol J500 prisoners ihiu
Iar released, only 54 hau- to
turned to a lile ol crime. I lie
others are scattered throughout
Canada, leading hone st lives.
CHIUIWACK
The Iree rural mail ihliuii
will shortly be extended to Sal-
dis and Suiuas.
The new Oddfellows' blink at
iln turner oi Carnarvon and 'Mb
sll 1 lis  is expelled  lo  be   completed by Scpleinliu  1st.
The    assessment    lull    lately
completed slums lhat Iht land
i.iluallon iu the nil is >,*, 19,000
and the value ol the niipiuii
lilt-ills )I90,000, a total ol >7 h',-
oihi. The nty council has slunk
the rate lor the year at 22;t
mills.
A. P. Cuiiiiuiiigs, depot] game
Warden, has at his larni a covey
ol 300 .Mongolian pheasants,
mothered by Utility bull ()r-
plllglull hens. These ,iill ils hale
beiu hatched from a covey of
ly hens and lour cock pheasants,
imported irom England last
winter.
RKViaSTOKI-
The   Kevdstokc   agricultural
exhibition will be held September B, i) and tO.
The body ol Harcourt Poole
was lound lying in a stream
near ttigwain by some C. P, K.
trainmen, ft'edneada) morning.
The grading ul the line ul lhe
V. V iSt lv Ry. between Ki-rc-
iucos alld Princeton is abont
completed.   Tllc rails will reach
Hedley about lhe middle ol August.
During the pasl week llu
south end pur Ol llie new C. J'.
R. bridge ou-r the Colombia
was almost washed out b) the
swift current. Temporary repairs hau been ln.ulc and a new
PUT will be blllll Ul al nine.
UKANAGA.N
A inn Anglican chuich tvill in
erected at btumiierlana, 10 eo.si
about Jijooo.
Duncan Anderson, ol UrMia,
Olil., is m the   valley   lor   uie
purpose oi reporting to ilu- department ol agriculture on llie
suitai.illil) ol ui lulll sites Ior
lhe establishment ol an experimental fruit lata.
The While Valley Irrigation
Co.  lUlileil oil  Ule lirsl  senilis
oi irrigation water Irom the
i.iii canal a im dais ago. the
llislallatiuiis mie mi the property ol Price hiiisuii and 01 0. A.
Hanhey, Pleaaaat valley, and
arc giving every lauiiactiuu.
N. tt. Itowell, ilu- mil known
Toronto lawy-ei and capitalist,
accompanied  in   K 11. Starr,
manager ol the lytullcall  unit 11
recently   bought  Large  acreagi
Hum .Uadiluik llius., at Ilk,ill,1-
gaa Centre, arrived ia the 1 alley lasl uuk ami will remain
lur sometime. KXJO aires al
IACH binds will he brought under uiigatiiiu at once.
Nl'.I.SON
I. II. Kubiiis ui Bagersville,
Out., has been engaged aa principal ol the |iillilu sdiuuls.
It is estimated that linn .111
from 51m to 600 [iin-.pii t.irs in
the hills 111 the Shetp link
counlry.
A guud sia.I party oi capitalist! antl mining men (rom Idaho
inspected tht liarquit and Oil
tort group at Poplar, lait wtek,
The 1,000,000 lun mark uas
passed tills Hick, ill lllis liar's
thipmentu from Slocan-Kooten
ay, Kosslatul ami Boundary
unites.
tt. T. KuiiM.11, ui Montreal,
publicity manager [01 tlu C, P,
K., is in lhe city gathi 1 Ing Ut
terial lui idvertiiing Uu dit
to made lo the C. P, K. wliaii.
'llu- present wharl mu ne widened }o tect ami extended lo a
total length ol l.'oo leel. A
second wnarl will be built, carrying a railway track.
ROSSLAND
The   itlliil,ils   ul   llie C,  1'.  K.
will inapect the Columbia ,m,i
Western  railwa)  won,  with a
Hell   Li) estllnallllg the COM   ul
iin tiili mg that line.
Vciy  1Kb spei linens sliowmg
iiu piid in granular antl in nugget lorm Have been lilougnt
iluii 11 lroln the Enterprise claim
iu ilu* Norway mountain taction
bv Henri, lii/kk and l.cllin.
A remarkable thowing was
recently uncovered at tin property al lhe hue minis, lot a
distance ul some .'5 lui across
clean gold copper ore is Man,
• Witli a Innil  ul coppel i.n imu.lies   lying   midway   acroia   *ha
stain. The lailiullates assai
lliun jl I to >,*-A per lull alld lhe
..11 (rom >u tu pii.
j   A. .1. AKAlill.111, managiag .li
iiitui ui i,e Km Uiaing Co., re
lllllllll   llulll    I.' allll. all   l.ist    link
Financial    arrangements   havi
bull    111,iilt    uiu 11 hi    llu*   111,1111
shall will In* sunk,. uu hundred
lui llll llli I and llli* inun lllll be
thoroughly proipectcd lo a
depth ui   luttu leet  below  lhe
I650   I'.uI    I.iii    In    means    .,|
diamond drills.
VICTORIA
NORTH VANCOUVER .CITY
Fad* are ih Argument
A Unit lh ol Huiraid lnlii was
developed by the Canadian 1'aii-
I11 railway, wall result ol large
lUsloms revenue lo Canada. The
national government now assists financially development ol
the remaining grealei   part   ol
the harbor.
The centre and nucleus oi
grwtM Hurrard is North Vaniouver Clly,
Twenty miles watiriroatag!
available ior industries, flipping and railroad bases.
Kerry system jusi bought up
by city to hasten liluicnl and
nu leased service.
Two railioads iu Not 1 li Vaniouver authorised in Canadian
[ii Mia wl
Canadian Parliament lii* vol
ed Jjoo.ouo, also $b,4U0 per nnlu
lor bridging the Inlet an.l     ...
iiecting Nortli Vaniouver   with
Vancouver.
Railroad's bridge plains *u
approved hy dominion   gov, in-
liieut, ami bulb loads ha tt |" 1
mission lo Use same budge.
Canadian Pacific Kaili.-al   is
nun  negotiating uilh iiii    1,..
(erryagt »i ns tan to North
Vancouver, also 101  ihereliiu
basi lui ti.ti.-iir iii can lo tl.e
tracks ol enisling clecUic .a.'l-
way.
The   prospect   is   111.11
\ am iiimi   lllll est ape   llu
I railroad ttafi oi aualente, a,id
lllal  tall)   upiliing ul Us sa'Jll-
.luu 1 .uiu..y will ma,un   rapid
I development oi indastries   and
pun.   .lust as the Grand hunk
Pacific railway maam thi doub-
liug ui populated Canada,   su
lhe bridging ul Hun.ild Inlet
means a mi..ml \ UcoUVel   on
iiii uoiih shuii 1,1 liii harbor,
with nptt 1111.11 ul Y.iii.uiivu s
history, parhapt mon rapidly
than in the firat Inatanct, as tin
province has now mon popula
Hull   lul   111 ll   Wilis  lit ill,III   lll'lll
The  history   >.i Vancou
real   Htatl   sliiiiiu.iii/'.l    11,   .1
sent cnu- is ihal the assessed ral-
in   ul  lhe  whole   clly   is   now
twenty limn wiiat 11 was a-
livut luciily years ago. Vancouver's fint-ratt icsldiuic lols
now realist mote than twciily
limes then price I u inly years
ago, Considering that loiali-
ties change, it is doubnul whe-
ilur any piopeily is more sure
ul lull Ratio   ol   uiireasc   lilun
lint-rats random grouud pio-
u.nu me locality is protected
againat depieciatiou.
The gland boulevard ol North
\ aluouiii is lhe third annul' ol
iiu   um hi and Uic la 11, uii. .1   ol
any dty on ilus contiMtt, li
ii dedicated to taaidtncti .md is
protected ior  twenty yeats a-
gallisl depleilallve sliuituies.
I'.u 11 luu while llu Jilt thon "1
opportunities i.s tin quandary oi
investor!, ihe graml boulevard
is the very  bull's lie ul mvesl-
lueni in North  Vancouver■■ tto
lllalk al will, li lliiistliieul aims,
having certainty ul qaalit) and
seijiiiug 1 ell.llllll ul laige lliiit.ise 111 value.
tnd ior tourist travel.
Extensile  enlargements   wlil|day.)
Tin* pii.iiini.il governiut-nl has
acquired all ilm propi 11) la ihe
block un wliidi tin* parliament
buildings stand, with the exeep-
liuii ul ill. dull hall.    The (jius-
liun 1.1 enlarging ihe buildings
has iiiiii under conaidcrauoa for
tOUl lime.    Tlu plan which has
met  with greateat  i.ivor it is
slated,  is  In duplicate  the  pn
senl buildings with Irulituge ..11
Superior itreet, the buildingi 1..
he buiit as uny may he neidui, *^orf ^ Vancouver I <tn<l ir* Improvement Co. Ltd. Lty.
Robert  ii.iMiisuii .tuti lamili
halt 1.1 kali Bp llnil Uisldtilti* III
tllc si'iuiul :*t.mi Hat 111 tin
Ski'lliullii' blu. k.  I.uiis.l.ilf an
A  c,  Perrj .unl lamil)   mil
iriiiiivt* mi*, tin Ir 11. a ti<.111.  "ii
luili street, tuinorioiv iSutur-
I'lans, pine lists and other information inn be had from the
Mdhon, Mil ,111.1111I io Malum, Ltd., Of Jicial \^nN
CORNER PENDER A\l> SEYMOUR STREETS, VANCOUVER, ll. C, THE  EXPREaSS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
lU.lllUL
IK
ver  ulvertises lhe highwavs ex-'cows are ke|)t   as  Will   as   thei A.   FARRO
uropriation inlaw. ton butowed upon the 'f^\)cn_rn\ Contractor
1 ..    .'" ... to iiii promotion ol cleanliness'
The following extra-provincial '   •
The lasl issue ol the 11. C. Oa-
__—  ^_——    .  .    _.   and  the  insuring of lhe public
compamet are licensed In thii ,nilll u,,.,..,*,i(jMs ,,lUk*.    The
province:    Canadian OU Com- regulatioua whkh are to to en- 	
panies, limited, Toronto; D. S. forced, with tto method of grad-!■•«»• i-1,vm i s
I.HII.101...I' li.'.      '   'Uilli*   a.laal   II   l|  ,
Ulaalini   I-.mu cat* ueir liuuiw
All iinin*'-' ■ undi- H I
sette contains the following   *   l-errin & Co., Limited, London, mir, ii as lollows:
mong  other  items:    Coiuinis  Out.; Prudential Insurance Co.,    The inspector shall inspect al
sn.nils [or taking alliduvits un   „l America,  Niu.uk,  New  Jer- dairies and dairy premises iii,iiii
del the elections act:   Allred J. j sey; St, Nicholai Ettate Com
A (. I*  S, *.  N
tnd Bt   ti >-••' *
i'.u  n,
Hu.i,l iti.> . baj Kootenaj
l.,k. I'. .. Connolly, 1-rani.
Detail ..!. I 11  11  SI        u.iii-
1.1*.**I. Ilia,...       i
.I,iiiii     \ i; 1.  S,
1' l.i a      i J.,:,.*
*i ti i,
A   li   Cl} li    K
Herbert   II    S,   George,   ul
K , V.S., is uppoinli .i
in■*; * ill.    i**in
.lis,., ii .   .Liuin,.Is. act; I'.isil c
Thu.litis   i,,   he   third   convict
guard in ilu pro\im i
toria; Nnl Ala.
singlon, to be   acting
milling record, i,  Ai ihui   lluni,
ol Thetis Island, tu be a deputt
game warden,
Na,:..uis publii an
as follows;   Albert J. I1
Vancouvi i   John tt. Britton, |i
N.u IVi iminstt-r;   Krancis   tt.
II,iiin i, \ auci uver; Hi I ..nl 0,
l',,.u ai     \ ii ilu   J.
ttuiu ., i. Iw a. i I- tll .ai and
Frederick i Grantham, Vancouver; v..
sun, Bernard   Prank    Hrilaiinia
Beach; I ******    A. Bodii    Van
nail.i.  ttilli,iiii  1'. Thompson,
Nelson; John 0. Duitlord, \ ii
tun,i. John 11. AliNtiu.   Van
couver,
-M. .ihi   !
pou Iin iatj
Hon. Robert 0 Tallow. mini-
stii i mi.iliu, tu be ailing
tIiui coimiussionei ul I,unl* aim
ill*; llu absc-uci  ol 11
kk .1. Fulton, Iti.
Frederick J. D, Drcssei makes
a].I'ln,iii..ii  lo land,
about ntin nubs south ol Uud
Choicest Cut
FLOWERS
III I  a.l I.ail .-I prilfl
FUNEHAI, DESIGNS or
WEDDlNHBOUQUE'iaS
tained for lhe supplv ul milk lu
pany,I.iiiuiid, London, England t|u. public, and all cowi Hum
The Greal ft'ettern Smelting *,_& MUj, nn\i \_ *,,-*....■,. Alt,,
a Kt lining Company ol San Muh intpectiwi tht Intpectoi
Francisco, is regiitered as an Ighall grade the dairiea and herdi
extra provincial company, inapected as lollowi!
Certilicatei ol Incorporation Grade A—Premlaea found to
are granted as lollowi: Canada „, ,, lanitary condition, within
Dredging Co., l.ul. capital ,vy ,|,L. mttaiag oi the regulation! ,;,,,   , m,,i („,*
a"", ', Cariboo Navigatibn  & *>i tto provincial board oi health
Development Co., Ltd., capital governing tin tale ol milk and
Delta   Shingle Co., the management ol dairiea, con
Ltd., capital >io, ; Dominion ihedi and milk ihopi, and   the
Stock & Bond Corporation,   oi iuni |,,,s been teated once even  __*, taa.it„„_ . •    iy,,*
Vancouver, Ltd., capital >loo,- Mx mon_. „,, tutorculoaia and "*'' naMinqa .*!., "i-M
rnrldgi Lumber Co.Ltd., |,M |,a.„ .„um| lru. *,,„.■ _waiSt
capital >.-,.., ; Kaleden trriga-    Grade  B—Premise!  that   do
lion ,\ Power Co., Ltd., capit- nul itrictly conform to laid u
al >>u"a ; Psciik \ Northern IgalatioM, and the herd haa been
tested uiue a year for tuberculo*
sis and has been luiind Iree from
disease. I
Grade C—Premises that con
form with saul regulations   but
the hud has not been tested liil
tuberculoma.
Grade D—Premises   that   do
not comply wiih said regula
ALEXANDER &
MACNAGHTEN
Roil I sidle Brokers, Financial and Insurance Agents
WE  N4YE
$50,000  TO  LEND
ON i SUM MORfGAiiC
121 lonsdale Ave.
: nil "" , l.ul , capital $2o,'
Penticton   Water Supply  Co.,
Ltd., capital fioo,ooo;    Taylor
l.tmili. t Co., Ltd., capital J50,-
000.
Lewis Crook, ol Victoria,
makes application lor 1 record
ol lifteen iiil.ii iiei oi watei pel
second, Irom Beaver creek,  Al-
1I1
Wood
for iliu beal Subdividing
I'lMpii'tv in
Lynn VaSleij
may&burns
REAL ESTATE AM)
FINANCIAL  AQENTS
»*Vt,V*t\*V^*VV*V*iiV'***^^
i.uiii   division, for generating'. (job, ^,,1 the herd hai not been
electric P?wer. I tested Ior tuberculosis
Notice is given oi the lirst
mt' ting ol shareholders ..1 Uic
1I..U. Sound, Pemberton vallej
\ Northern Railwaj Co., in
Vancouver, on September lit
next
MILK SUPPLV
\t uh .1 new iu improving the
onditions which surround   ilu-
.-.   ol    lhe   milk    suppli
I throughout   the  province,   the
government has passed certain
__^__^__^__^__^__.  rules alld regulations for the iII-
"v,r  ''"" ' pection and grading ol dairiet
■lUllj "ll '"',Kls applK-u nnd herds in British Columbia.
u"h '" I"'"11'1" md »e»t ol .\n „i pector will to appointed
1'"': u'"-' •""' ,1",llt ""' '»•« iilms, .bm 11 shall be to inspect
!"'lltl1 "' S|""^ ll"k 1|'"1 ,,ll ,|,,ui premises, etc., and the
James Doig applies to puniias. ]VM,Us ',,, lu, jn«pection and
land on Ouiin Charlotte islands -{railing will bi published from
Arnold I-. Kt-ali applies a pur lim, ,,', nm, ,,, ,h, B c ■•„,,,.,
di.is. land a.ii im,,!, Charlotti ,, j, u anticipated that ilus
islands. „...,.., vv,n imv, uu* eflect  oi
The districi ol North Vancou- improving the premises ln which
The grading  made as above
set out shall be plfbllslled   lruin
time t" time as directed by ilu
minister oi agriculture.
Subscribe for The Kxpress; Si
Builders and
Contractor*
P, LARSON li  prepared
supply
Lime, Brick,
Sand, Cement
And .ill ki
II IS   11
1 Buil
ding
Material in quantities to mil
ami al reasonable prioei,
 Al'I'I.Y	
HOTEL NORTH VANI OUVER
TILEPUOHK No. I,
f OR SALE
50c a
Load
Vmi can tako n« larfie a load
j        ns lui likf lor
." Blltl
Semi your own leami.
IUI
tV-VVVVVV-A'ViA'VN-WA-Wv'V'^^
deduce Your lia:dwiirt Rill*
Iimi li IJ bl nil*       llif * it   .n.'l  If    trllllni  t.. wiih ynu
III.Hi,'.* <*ll Vn ir ll.ir.lltr,. II I. Ill ta.llt   ;|.|ultaHk'a   I,, al|,.«  lift lo
.I.a a...     Wf ar,. hi .1  i* 1   liHr.lmrf
.ii|i|,]if«..(t*\, ry .1* -a-rij• ti,.11 nt tin- la.n.-l prirt-i und Bt mutter
»li«t v.mr n*.|iiir..|ii>.uln »r.-.
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t. uilli il.
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NORTH VANCOLVCR
THE CITY OF
NORTH VANCOUVER
Is ,111 I1le.1l Sunny Slopi lui lluiius
n.i. abuadanct uf Pun Wat*
Is on the Finest ll.ul.ui m ilu World
II.is the iiunl largest Boulevard la the World
ii*   I'minl Wireltn Btation
ll* 1 excellent Schools, pul.In and privati
Largi ,hi,1 ul Publii Parlu
11.is ,1 1,1 t-ral   1 'i.iii.n.n Si mu*
Il.i   Blectrii Ught and Telephone Sunns at  .1
rata
Owni and Oparatn t i.m rati ton) Servki
Lm. 1 ao Taxi s un Improvement!
'       ,n excellent field Iih Investment
K a l'i ; ai Progri   Ing City
its futui. ;  w.,, 1   ired
Its Industries ure siihstiintial
THE DISTRICT OF
NORTH VANCOUVER
Is the coming centra oi Railwa) Euterpriee
Has uniurpaased natural Eacilltiti Iur Induttriet
Is .1 choice spline fur the l-'ruii grower and Florisl
Il.is iiiniiy beautilul and pupul.ir tearide n ort
The Tourist, ih. Angler, and Um Bportamaa lovi il
Is lieing rapidly opeaed up with good roadi and
bridges
II,is guuil Hotelt and txquUiti teener)
Hns mi extentive teaboard lor Shipping, and large
.in,is ui n.i. iiuis for Dry Duiks, uh,ni.
H.is Sevniuiir river,  I.ynn uuk,   Mosquito ttt
M.11K.iv creek, Capilano riwr, Bister creeh,
.md dpi us crank
Ilus r.rouse Uountsia (4150 leet), Mounl Crown
is.'.-., fni 1, The l.iuits (6500 leet), and Goat
Mountain 1 150a feet)
Has prusput "i i.ipid development iai Uie building
..I Siiaiini \ 11 luus Bridgi
THE CITY AND DISTRICT
Will suuii haw ilu- Seiuiid N.nruiis Railway aid
Trullic Hridgc in plan
This is vuli aaaartd in pledges uf .ml Irom tin- Ped-
* i.il ami Provincial QovtmaMts
N.ll ll,ili'.i*.llllll.lllal K,lllll,lis HI ,Hilling Iii the
Coast, and lllll iall lliul Itettel Tellllill.il l.ul
lities in Nurth Vaniuliui than anv where rise
mi lhe Coast
The Dominion Government latendt to build 1 mi
Du ii.uk .rn tin* patiiH Coaat,   Tlm can get
no liiilir luialiun lot OM than M the N'uillt
Vancouver Tide Plata, whkh havt ai atM id
llH.lt  ,|| ItS
Aimiiial Railway Ttruinalathen tuutl he Blivaton
W.iiili.iiises .md itiativ Induatriet, and Wl have
room lor lliem
fm^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^g PUBLISHED RY AlITIIOKITY OF THE "CIVIC CiiMMI'l
!„.,,„,„,,,,..,.,*  *~******* mm -.    ■  * THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
McNeish,
Dick  were
Aldermen   McRae
SScliulU, Braim  and
present, and Mayor May presided at the adjourned session   of
the city council,  Monday  evening.
S. 2V. Fletcher, government
agent at New Westminster,
wrote, iu response to the council
that on January 12th, 190(1, the
district council of North Vancouver requested that district
lots 856 and 857 be reserved
from alienation in any way, in
order to protect llie waters of
Rice lake, upon which the district was placing a water record. The chiel commissioner
had then decided that the reservation wa.s not advisable, but
had instructed the insertion of a
uole in the register to the elicit
that those lots were wJthhel
irom sale; liled.
The deputy commissioner of
lands and works wrote in response to inquiry by the council
lhat the correspondence between
the department and the district
council with reference to the waters of Rice lake was extensive,
and that an operative could not
be spared at present to copy it,
but that the liles would be
available to any representative
that the city council might appoint, to transcribe the letters
therein. City Clerk Shepherd
was appointed to go to Victoria
as early as possible and to secure copies ol thc correspondence
S. Humphreys wrote, on bcliall ol the N. V. Hockey dub,
applying for the privilege of using a portion oi the boulevard
park (or hockey purposes during
the coming season. Permission
granted, subject to revocation,
and to like permission lo other
cliibs.
Norlh Vancouver hospital applied lor exemption ol their properly Irom taxes, namely lot B
re-subdivision 3 ol block 32, 1).
L. 5491 granted.
City Engineer Hanes reported
in writing with reference to arrangements for sharpening tools
etc., (or the city. The report as
siiliinitli-d was idopted.
G. 0. Nye complained of the
growth of ferns, etc., near   his
studio, on  2nd street,  and re-
i|liested that the streei he dean
ed up; board of works lo act.
Mr. Bailey, corner 3rd streei
and Quecnsliury ave. asked when
he might expect the water serviee pipes to be within reach ol
his house; eity engineer thought
in about two weeks.
On motion ol Aid. MiNeish,
the grass un Victoria park will
be given to anyone who will cut
and remove it.
Accounts as follows were ordered paid: Finance loiiiinil-
lee, $400.75; board ot works,
Ji:*),::; board ol works, local
improvement, 5in>2.o2, waterworks committee, Shh2,36,
Mayor May reported thai lie
had seen Chief Joseph and thai
3rd street had been linally se-
lccted by lhe Indians as lhe OM
lo bc allowed   to   run   t
On motion oi Aldermen Dick:000 from the district ol Suulh
and Bchults, the B. C. lil. Ely. I Vancouver.     The contribution
will be requested to proceed at in be sought irom the dominion
the earliest possible date with government waa placed at >3oo,-
the extension ol their lines on 000 and that ol the provincial
Lonsdale north. government at $200,000.       As
AUI. llraini, chairman of the ihere was no definite inloi'iiia-
Iire and light committee, mum- tion as to what attitude the V.
ated that the committee ihouldIW. *\ V. ky. Co. would take
tour the city suine night, 111 or- toward the project, .Mayor Bonder to deciile where additional glat, Mai or May and Reeve Mc-
arc lights will be required llus Naughl were appointed a   colll-
autuinii. mittee in interview John Hen-
inlaw No. 77, to regulate the dry, president of the company,
weight and sale  ol  bread   was in lllis regard
that   vehicular  and   pedestrian
trallic should he tree.
The conference adjourned to
meet again within a week or
thereabouts.
reail a lirst and second Ume. 11
provides lor a plain loal weighing one anil one-liall pound! ami
a lancy loal Weighing ottC   aim
one-quarter pounas.
Council then adjourned.
hliCONU NARK I in:*, iiuim.i',
the reserve, and it had been a-
greed that the city engineer
would run a line showing this
streei extended, sn that the Indians might look the ground
over; engineer instructed accordingly.
Mayor May recommended that
another court ol revision Ik- called with reference to the 3rd
slreet improvements, as the
work was exceeding the cost
previously authori/.ed; so ordered.
On motion of Alderman McNeish the lire coliiinilti'c was instructed to purchase hand Kt.i-
nades lor the city hall.
lhc- hrsi practical sup low aru
uu- actual soiuuon 01 uie piou-
leiii,   in  10111111.11011   wim   uu*
COIlSllUC'lloll 01 ."-iciolll! .v.lllolla
image,  was  mien un  rriuuy
lasi, wiicii a meeting oi tne 01-
licial lieaus ol Uic KVeTal municipalities interested,  was ueiu
111 the ollice   01   uie   nuiior   01
Vancouver, mere were present
Mayor Douglas oi Vancouver,
Mayor Maj 01 Uw city 01 fiortn
vancoaver, Keeve M&Naugnt ui
the diatrict oi .North \ ancouver,
Reeve Byrne oi the diatrict 01
uui nail), Reeve Pound oi tha
district ol Soulli \ ancouver.
Reeve Howe ul  llie illslrlcl   ol
Point Grey, was unable io attend,
uie ininlusiuns ui the emtio
dice as given olil alter lis   session, were as lollows;
As lol   the bridge,  It  was the
unanimous opinion that u
sliould bc a lilgn level suiiiiliic,
so iliai no maw iiuuid be required, lhe luwcl manual helng at a suiiiiK'iu height 10 allow all vessus to l'aiss uiiilcl at
iny nine. Thc bridge .Bribe!
io lie ol the double u.iiih type,
with ample accommodation km
railway, electric tramway,   ve-
llKlll.it and pc.leslllaili traffic.
The plans prepared In  Engineer
Cameron, diatrict oi North Vaa>
couver, at the nine ninn   Um
delegation lasl usilcd Victoria,
showed such a sU'lliluri*, allil Ills
estimate ol lhe msl was >7.S",-
000. ll was therefore concluded
that the bridge could bc erected
for a sum well within one million dollars.
The plan outlined lur raising
this sum ul lll.uiii was llul
e.uh ol the liiunuip.iliius interested, togethei with lhe federal
government, the provincial K"i
errant and Um V. \v. .s< V.
1,uin .11, contribute lo Um est
In canvassing llu silualiuii 111
lllis regard, ll nas dialli llll-
dersltiud, all appeal lu llu Iati
pavers would be 11c11ss.u1 in
e.uh munkipalit). and that aay
sums named by ihe heads  ui
those liiiiniiipalllli's 11 etc sug-
gesiiuiis only. The opinion liu-
ilK arrived at was that Si.h.,-
<hh 1 might In- obtained lruin lhe
disiiict ul  North   Vancouver;
(50,000 (rom ihiiHi ul Vaiuuuver, $3.s,u<>" liuin iht diatrict "i
Btirnuliv; $:,*>, i lruin lhe dtj
ul Ninth Vancouver 1 whnh mu
rooghlaicipalltj is alreadj carrying
As lor lhe ownership and control ul ilu- bridge, the plan iav-
ureil In  lhe colllerelice was thai
.1 joint simk company bi lormed, and llial each party named
above  purchase   shares   in   the
company to Um amount of the
investment made by each. As
a means ol return upon the investment, to pay interest, maintenance, etc., il was thought a
rental from the respective railways using lhe bridge, wuuld
provide siiilicient income,  and
Pioneer
Bakery_
S. H. Walker,  -   Proprietor
Flesh Bn-id daily delivered
to all pans of the ciiy.
lb loaies for (1
4 for 25 cents.
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
HIGH GRADECAKE
PASTRY, BTC
PIONEER BAKERY
1 ims. S        71 Lonsdale Ave
TKNIiKR*. will bereteivi'il hv the im*
(k-migned nutil noon on Tueatlay, Aug*
uat 17th, lur c.-rUin improvement., lo M
done in llu plumbing on Iln- lt*o**l
■tenner.
I'urticiiliiri may lie hail from the Re
creliry at tin- officei nf llie Company.
NUKTH VANCOUVKII
CITY KKKKIKS.I.IMITKI'
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COAL
COAL
NEW WELLINGTON Cal
direel from tbt miiiea.
Place your orderi now and
..■.iir. ...nr winUr'iinpply
Larp ilnpiinnli will arrive
In a law dayi. Pricat right.
Urg*. mpply nl WOOD
alwaya on land	
P.   LARSON
Hotel North Vincouver
Telephone No. a.
Kill*, :
$2.00 per and up.
Special rates lo families and to regular
boarders	
REDA&ANDRUSS
blCONU Sikh*: 1,
PROPRIETORS
•   •   NORTH  VANCOUVER, B. C.
Home  Made
BREAD
Cakon, Piatrr, C.,n(r,'ii"i** n
ll.'ial Material!
r*n
hi
is Loasdsle Avenue
N.V. Fish Market
All kiiial.«..f l'rv-li Kiah tlnlivereddaily
Sniuk...l Ki.li a "paeialty.
r.mllry, IfBliad \,-stable!.
Our aim i» lu please our an. |, oner, aa
:aa .*...**!- anil prii-ei.
Cor. Lonsdale Ave. & 8th street
Phone 84
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largi inveatme&t, benefiting the
seiir.il    municipalities,   in    lllc
shape ol lhe Iiill sislellia, I
Look It.r lhe
th.   uia "I
.. 1. ,.l foods.
.tltiiT Iradenurk,
quality, on  your
Wt* iiiaiiiul.tt lure llie liell
Rolled Oats
on tli.  11..nl.. I today.
I . iv.- 1 on. onleu wilh us lor
HAV, GRAIN
AND  CHOP
Prompt Delivery
SitiNlaitioti (iuirantecd
M.. Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Loaidih Avenue,
ai l'.-rry I.indmR
Iai. ( hapman,   lui al manager
VANCOUVER BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
QHOCERS
City Auditori
North Vancouvei
516 Finder itreet
CHEAI'SIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Grocenei and Proviiions
Wholesale and Kei.nl
116 Halting! St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
MUIIC
ARCHITtCTa
OYtINO AND CLtANINli
E.STANLEY M1TT0N.M.I.C.A
ARCHITECT
619 Haatingi Street Wut,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
PERTH DYK WORKS
Anderson .Si llilion, Proprieton
Dyeing, Clealllll};, Pnukg
Ladies' dresses, silks,   hues   a
speeialty
SALE & BRBWITT
Agents, Norlh \,uiu.uur
MJCTIONEERB
LADIES   HAIRURtLotNla
A. M  BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
66 Hastings streei wut
11 tbi oily auctioneer who will | f. u*ttmu
pay ipot caih belore thi lala ia i»a.*.i i.air,
conducted
■ ARRii>Tf.RS
Phono 37
Artiatii* Deaipia Sound Worknunahip
Moderate Pneea
LAW & KNOWLES
AmiiiTKiTs  ami  BUILDIBI
P.O. Box M
Wo Can Desim and We Can Build
F. C. SAUNDERS	
Bsrnitir, Solicitor, Notary
Public. Member ol tbe ban
ol linuih Columbia ud Uul"
bee. Room 9 Empire Building, 603 Hutiagi it* wut.
Vanconvar, B.C.    Pboui 4166
letllarretleiai.il Back Ciiilw a.l ll.e
liemeat ilt-viyuia in*)' b.' -ten al Ma.lame
Humphrey*', smltliei* .tl \ottOI prifea
and all ahatlea. Tulip*-.-, hi g.-nii.-in.-ii
uiatle al the .Imrleat millet- I ry M.iri
llairlti'i-lurer to* *jre) ami
1   i.i.tr   uiltur. ul   ■
I'leAII   atlltl    I'M)     l"     II-t*       -la.llli,
Hair*,lreaMi.|!. l-'auai NaMg*, .lluninii-
lug, .*>ial|i  Irtai nl, mS raetir,.,*-.-
I„r iiie reiii.,ialuleui«rllii..ua hair,ti*ri«
aud i„..lt.. 1 ... iui aiiiiili'ii *.|vou lo
mail ,.r,l.T«.
MAS-AMI iil'Ml'lliii.V»
thli l.rai.ville sir,.l
uPHUAN*-.
SCHULTZ 9 ARNOLD
Barnitiri, Solicitor!, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
6i| Peader Sueet
Pboni 996
3 D. SchalU       C. B. Araold
W. LAWRENCE SillTll
Graduate Oplkiau
All work guaranteed
Consultation Iree
49 Halting* itreet weat
Opp. Camerapholic vlnalic
Prof. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elki' Hall, Cor.
Robson and Granville  Stretti.
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
Phone 463
M. W. WA1TT 9 CO., LTD.
558 Granville Street
Pianos - Talking Machines —
Music Goods
The oldest music home iu B. C.
rlB-L bblATC
Keep your eye on
EAbT   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For pai ii-.ul.trs apply to
AlUkDl-,.S Ik. THURMUN
1'hone Mj     440 Homer btreet
lurumre (lUarauloe -
mum luipuiauiiu lu,
440 beyuiutu btieel
REAL ESTATE
PHOTOUHAPHtHH
LA.ND AND ilORTGAGE
IMVKbl'lUdTt
EbTATES MANAGED
FIRE 1NSIRAM.E
R. Kerr Houlgate - - - Managat
BAIHh
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Kallethe's Bath
Coriar llmim aad Peader Sti
Tbi oaly up-to-date and tillable bath la.iue in Brituh Co-
ltmbia-
Wi cur* whn a olhiri Iall
Satiaiactioa |uaraat**d or ao
pay. Plain hatha, electric bathi,
■bower bathi, managi ior body, Kalp aad lace; electro therapeutic bathi a ipecialty.
.IOS. KALLETHE, PROP*,
Graduate ol Berlin, Gerenaay
MARTEL'S  STL'DlO
- PHOTOGRAPllERt) -
,111 Haitingi Street Wesl,
VANtOOVKR, B, C.
The heat equipped studio on the
coast. 1'iu.ne >,iia
I .
liil'EKl.VL  PHOTO  STUDIO
ntbrAunANis
peopl*
.   All .North Vanccuver
eat at
LEONARD'S
l-.iiuei I'Uik Uloek ur Hailing-, slieet, opposite the new
Pott unite. Leonard Mils hia
tea by the pound.
Family Giuup bpcualisls
Cabinet si/e, ii per do/en
IniAIMtb
NATIONAL THEATRE
lleaiauital    Upela,    V aUUevill*
Cor. Carrall and CofOOfa sts. and Drauia
A. SAVARD, l'toprielot 1'iogiaui thauged every Monday
        Auy seal in tbe house 10c.
j.i Hastings bUeel West,
VA.Nt.uLVER, B. C.
PlCTUHt r*RAMIN(i
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FOR    SALE
Thr best thing in suli-division* ar
line at $125 i arb, 1 I
Kach Hlock
mir
mlf-acre blookl D-MI Um Knth Bokd car
, otlh, luilaiH'i 18 inuiitlilV iniviiitiil*.
coul
■ubdivided Into lour good building loti,
Martinson & Co.
Real   Kstntc   nnd
Insurance Brokers
ausiNtes con.aoaa
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
33ft Hutiagi St. W.
■•"im O.auai Waata'K V»«»i
R. J. Bprott, R.A., • • Muager
PICTURE FRAMING
We bave the Urgeit Hock
ut
WAIOMMAKAcHas
piiuvs mmm
attvs th- liihiMit raid Ponitiiiiii
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PilMaa'i Baiints* College,
->S» *V»4 •^S'' S*y«oar .Str**t,
VANCOUVER, B
mouldings in ll.C.to select ir„... ^ waldunakw
10 when you ar.at framing dune      »     ^ubillbed lMa
cheap and well get our pines.
BAILEY BROS CO LTD.,
540 Granville and 13H Cordova
Eslablulied UUH)
hi'iualty,   repairing
CHIBOPRACTIC
CHIROPRACTIC
» tn |l  ii.-
nd I
I in piot I
R'OODlOOfB,
iu Carrall Strut
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
C.
.1, .11*1 mtna. .1	
ilm . f ....*'..*'•   .     '
mill . Iii."l*'-      *
.all,*, I'll* .
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1
I1..1, aa  I . i.tnti.t
luiadiaii lh tn liv.' Hureau;—
Officii everywhere
I t>a 1.1 r.-   I'.l.K'll
II * •      III   (Mt Hlltlll' 'rttH
W   W  WI.I.SH
General Supeiintendent THI EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
l.gla.ai  Ii.n , ScpteUll't i h, H ili
to celebrated sl Nea Westmius-
ter.
.\llss  I'.llll.l   II a a   :t Iiiinui fi.iin
a vUlt to   Vl, I..I la,   uu   'Hulls-
day.
I   i. .unl Mis. Stevens  and
famil)   .ile  VUilllajj   llu   Seattle
I,ui Un.. week,
James and  ■      Hum   It n on
Unin. **ai,i\ i**i .in extended hull*
.Iai in lllc east.
.1.     l.a'llUsllllll      .lllal     I.IIIH
turned I hursdai in liieii
:     U *a      I   111 ,   All,I
I  ...     -aa\, lh,.|     -I IH |.,|   \\ ||,
ilu inn Granvilli stret-i linage,
\  .lllll.IIWI ,   UU   St plllllla.  ,
renders are being in
repairing iiu i'.u;. ling aj
lu • *'ii llu sh,iimi :-;   i.
Kii. .1. A. Bunion hu \ ,m-
couvel List evening (oi ,i iini,
UU ks'    lllp   lO    l'llllIllai||,,|S   |Up
I'l) loi liii   Baptist church   at
that place,
.'..lui Tirguson wa
londa). i.n ,i chargi ol Don
support, and waa gum time in
llllllll lo pal   tin    slini   ol    >40,
a*- u ili .i   uionthl) allow
,inn.
Vt Patton appeurvd
Magi! Irate Ki al) tins morning,
in response lo u summon
iln charge ol threatening lus
.vuli. IU uas allowed his lib-
irt) upon his undertaking to
keep ilu I'l.u..
.'alms A Hi Vu: . ai:
.m.l T Al. lit,.:.a. tuanagei .a
ii \.iiiiuiu.; tin rurrits
I,iiiiiiiii, ulna bavi been .ii San
Francisco and other points, in
ing nm I*,,.uis .m.i undi
od.s, ,,u expei ud t. it nun io-
morrow oi llondaj,
Quotations (oi a mil ..uiiii ..i
band instruments havi comi lo
ll.lll'l [mm Tui'.111.. .Uld .1 ui*
:-lJl|all,a||    llSl     IS    ILall     Ulllg      I il
Ciliated iur lhe pui p-•■ t "l pui
i basing the tame, A hi,, ral re
spun*, is being mit with,   and
lll.ll     *       lllll     plaisp,,  |    (ll.lt    ,|l|
it.il ilaming   will   begin   In Inn
II..llll      I.  a   *   kS
The ichool board is calling for
lenders for u suppl) ol cordwood hi Chesterfield avenue snd
Hood) villa schools.
linn citizens were hailed belore the ui.igisir.ili this link
iui imu payment ol dug tax,
Since that time the receipts
irom ilus sum11 have appreciably increased, Other owneri ol
.lugs iiill in- brought Into court
unless tin ings are procured,
uu account ol lhe irip Into
tin iik,ui,ig,ui iallei ol Rev, ,l.
A, Banton, Mr, Walinei ol \ al
couvvi mil conduct the service
at ihi Baptist church on Sunda)
itielillig.     A solo mil he glicu
l.i 1.1pluun siaiiuisk.}, entitled i i lutci Walk with, Cod";
.al u i quartette mil to given,
■ l kuoa IK is Mine." Mrs.Ban*
Ion mil preside at the organ.
l in boxing contest at recreation park on Wednesday evening
between bvddie Marino, ol Seat
Ue, and Oscai Nelson, ol Vancouver, ended in a victory ior I
Marino, Nelson uas holding
ms opponent well, when, in tin*
iiiulli luiind, a hloii irom .Uaii-
uu opened an old wound In Nil
sun's mouth, causing hun so
minii inconvenience in breathing
that In u.is compelled to quit,
James Hewitt, oi thi Province,
acted a. referee. The contest,
ulule ii lasted uas spirited and
pleased the large croud preient,
First-class    preliminary   bouts
al a ' a     ,11 SO   givill.
1-1-KKY   EARNINGS
Appended is ,i statement oi
tin receipts b) the ferry system
sum the city took charge of it:
Mar. li to *i .ii dayt) $886.05
April  3884-33
May   5356a»
.lime      5J03.30
lull     6688.6a
Aug 1 to lo 1 lu days)    3705.43
SPECIAL PRICES IN
STAPLE DRY GOODS
i:',e glass cloth per yard   IOC
I5C piliOW eases, per pair   25c
jll table cloths, Irish make 1*1.65
.ini sheeting, bleached or unbleached      i.sc
Beat grade l'iiglish prim, per yard    ujjc
WHITI-; WEAR DEPARTMENT
-11  to sm cortet covers, sale price      }OC
White underskirts, regular Si.50 lur    (1.15
$i underskirts, lace trimmed    H.30
Sj.vi underskirts, embroidered  fi.95
We represent lhe Singer Sewing  Mschine  Co, 111   North
Vancouver,   Machines and accessoriet kept in simk.
J. J. MCALEECE
KEITH BLOCK
L0N8DALE AVENUE
PHONE 9)
Cleared  Lots
Id Block 33A, D.. 350   ..
These lots are all on gradedstreets. In Gne neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Price* $600 to $700
I AM TERMS
S. GINTZBURGER
-LIMITED-
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
W» ■..licit I. trill l.i.l mi yitur Or.ltri iiuall Of ItIM,
TENDERS
11 Nhl'.Ks mil  he  r.*,*.*i*,*,1 lav Ibe
(lied   uulil 8 u'elucl  p.m., on
-.itiir.i;|.. I'.jii-t iiiii, lor -in r..pl-..l
I   lal llif-ti-rfielil Ave*
*, ,,i. im.I, ight i-i.rdi..( cordwood
i Inil eKhool.
w. r i-KiiKV,
Si i rt-t.try Hoard "(
s. i 1 TriiM..,-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
163 Cordova Street. Vancouver, ft. C.
iv i». imx m.
THE EXPRESS c.n handle
any lorm of Prilling Its work
is high da<s, its stick of the
best, and its prices anti-combine.
Send in your work  >   •>   j»
.Ja."..".a*aa^*aa*.a"aa"a.*aa*M*aa;aa".a"aa*a.*a.*aa^
A. R STEACI
Ctrtut l.ini'.fiiit Arc iin,/ Sttt9d Sheet
T/iiiitcs id and Adt
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FANCY AND STAPLE GKOCKKIES
Local ami Foreign Fruits
Fresh and Case Fugs
Choice Creamery Builer always tin hand
Lamp Gootls, Glassware
Croikeiuvare, Hruslies.   Broomt,  etc , . ic
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ASSORTMENT OF
vSilverware
Given
Away
AS PREMIUMS TO CASH PUR< NASI RS A I
McMillans
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HKNRY T. C. EVES
PERCY KING
nCNRV EVES & CO.
| The GENUINE North Vancouver Socialist.*
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As Sole Agents in North Vancouver for the
COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO. LTD.,
London, England.     assets exceeding $66,000,000
We Would Ask You
1.—As a business man, is your stuck or HI your pt'rinises intend?   If not
how 'lo you pri'si'i'vt- your credit '!
2.—If \on Inui' a home iod I merry family, have you insured tlmt lions.-'
If nnl, iii case uf lire how in you going to NpIlM yunr treasures, not
to -peak uf your hoDlf
3.—HiVI you • wife ami family tu support '' If so, are you insured Iglinsl
ACCIDENT or 8ICKNL8S?    If nol ymi ireoulptbly negligent,    In
jtUtiet Htleml to it ll once.
We write our policies with
Tbe Commercial Union Ataurance Co., Limited, London, England
Which Compiiiiy gtXinntlM any policies we write on
Fire, Life, Accident, Plate Glass, Em|)loijcr*.s
LiabilitLj or ani) other legitimate risk
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Phone 6

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