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Array library legit Ammbly
Subscription,   #1.00
Per Yenr, Mailed or Delivered
UNITEM STATES, #1.50
In    Atlt iimt
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VOLUME 5.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6,
Tho regular mooting uf the' eity eoun-
iil wus Imlil iu tho eity hull uu Tliui.-
duy evening, Hi*: Worship Mayor Koaly
pt'Osldod uml ull Iliu uliliii-iiii'ii lorn prM*
out.
J. T. Hi'Sii wiolu potitioniiig lor Ilm
opening ul it WSgon  ruud    aarr.au   tho
KllUtll'l  UU   Ttlllttl   .ll'i'l't,   Ijaal tl'.'Ull   Itid)|-
tvay uvituiiti uud Moody uvttiiuo. Mr.
llui,'*; Hinted lm tutu uljuut tu build it si\
iii'iiii.-it li<iii.*u In Hint locality ivltii'li iti'-
tintiltatud  lite opoiiitig uf a roud, uml
lining 11 -itiiiiiti*!  lm  ild   nut comply
mill Uu, frontagu Iinprovomiiiit bylaw,
h  nn- iiiti'tii'il 1,1 Hn* luiuiil uf works
1 porl *ui 1I1 hi nf U11-, work,
IV II. Bunbury, local munagor of tlio
11. C, I'lloutriii Hallway oompnny, wroto
closing n bill ii'i damages lo tlm company's track uu Kulth roud, uwiitg to tin,
imt tlmi nil iim miiIit uu tlmt street
- helng diverted liv tin* city's tvork*
mon inti, tin* uuinputiy's dltclioH. which
nectuiDJtiited tlntin keeping men nl work
iiii-tiintly tii guaid against u repetition
ui lasl year's washout, It wns ralorred
lo tlm boa ed of works to bring iu ., .1.
xlllllll'llllll'illll
I'duiIim.   weie opened   fm    supplying
ill I'lll'll.-i "I   ttootl   li,  it Ill      III    .1.
V MuNii'liail,' lender, liulng tlm lowest,
.*. tticopted,
\ special iimilinii "I    iln    district
'..'ill il 11.1. li. lil in Iln munii i|i;il bull
I'Vltlliy iiVi'llilii*     llu   in -a  .mil .dl lit,'
''   aila-tllaila,   Ha I,     pH'Stilll
>,   II   Dim son ivrnlt   subiuitliitg ii
1*1- 1   luhlbvisi I   l''u Holes ul  IL
I.   a'a.i  *., ij   \   Williams     He-
la al  to llu   iltljlliii I
li   1     (li liiituilil  aii'ui,   slating 1 tj.it
Imd lieen advised    Ia    I'lint Inn
Hutu    ,,l  Vt 111   I'leiA.    tlnn Iln'
lislriol   tim   taking   mil   tvi" lutgo
illeli*. llluuil  aSIl l,„|   long,  "II   ilm 11-
" Ila .  I lllllllll ul  .iln.Ill   $111 null
All'.  Mellailiiilil ,nli,il  fm* im ,",|i|.iiiu-
il f iliitt     it ivie* referred in lhe
'1,1 k to itilinst
1'   I   1.111:111. .1,1'ivliii) nl llu* I'lHiii-
aiail h",tiil iii IiiiiIiIi, innil unkind for
.< I'npi ol ib.- Iiinlili bylaw <>i ilie
luiiuioipalit)
'llu* clerk iiii- iiistiueteil tn uolify l'i.
I iiu.iii iimt tli,- distrii 1 n.i- operating
iiiulli' ilu  provincial health Inu
l  iloloflnlion from  ile*   I'ourisl nml
Scttlem .' inilii  ut   tin    hoard   ..i
nun" met iiii. ,'.iiiii'iI 111 rognul 1,, lhe
|i|ai|'"a,i*'l   -III.*  l,|   lllllll   in   tin*   tlistiict,
Hi,* tit-legation offered nointt sutjges-
linns whereby settlors enilltl ho ell-
■'itunni'il instead ol speculators, it
was puinii'il out thnl llu tei em saltl "I
Innil in iln* district ainl nni but,' tbe
necessary effect in Ibo way nl bringing
-eill'is   nnrl   llu    cunimitice   llioughl
'■■in* stipulations slionld In- mndi in tho
agreements ol .-ule that tvoultl have Hie
effect nl requiring certain improvements being  do bj  ilm purchaser
hefnre at ibid ut tin  luml wns fiu 11.
Tin council slated thnl the matter
bml 1 min iiniilK settled in tin rate-
payii- mooting held somo tinu ago, nl
niinii meeting nu suggestions of tins
kind liml lii'i'tt volunteered by niiv
ilia..,, presenl
Hi 1 tr \lny mt ii<liaili nl Ins council,
thanked tin* delegation fur thoir »ug*
gestiuns mul .-inieil his 1'uiiiii'il would
ronsider Ihein ns fur ns it was in their
power nt tbt' present lime.
Mr. Rankin, auctioneer, wns present
nml arrangements were completed fur
lhe snle iif Iniul. The dlile ivns fixed
for Doc, 17 nutl lhc. terms tn be nm1
third cash, the bnlnnro in (imt nml Iwo
* yearn nt li per cent, Interest.
Engineer Osmeron reported a slide
**ii tin* pip.* line n«d.   TTe stated that
linull iiu it*, i .,f tb.' city's water main
tins washed "tii .unl ibnl llnil' itiirk-
gong woro nl work repairing (he dnm*
nge,
Tin* council then went inlo commit-
lee
The Pipe Line.
Tlie regular mooting of llu.' oil) council mot Monday ovonlng, Mayor Kealy
presided nml nil ilm aldermen wore
present.
A report was rend from \Y. Lontit,
oily onginosr, advising tlio occurrence of
u Iiunl sliilti on tliu waterworks pipe lino,
whii'li Unl considerable dttiuugo to thu
roud uml wuslitxl away about 211 tool of
pipe.
Tin, district council, repotted Mr. Iaiu-
tlt, hud mado a proposition tlirotifth tlieir
engineer, thut tlio ui*i of this work bo
borne uqiutllv liut'ti'i'ii tlm Uu corporations, itliirli proposal bolli engineers
recum mended Tlm iMtlmutud Mul
cost would tin in ilu' neighborhood of
■Sma. 'I'lii.s mis t*oii*i*ii,il in tin* wuter
(iiitnmltti'c nml it un., resolved Unl llio
city enginoei In* Instructed i minouce
tlio wotk in conjunction with ilm district
engineer,
T. Shephord, eity clork, reported that
Iliu u**-;i<*:,iiieiil Inui been compluted und
il ivns moved thut lhe court ol rovlston
lm Imlil ut 2 o'clock mi January ti. In
oonslder any complaints
Aldermen Dick uml Irmn note nominated to sit ni the court of revision
of tin- voters' list tldennen Crick*
iit.i.t. smith, Dick nnd Rmerj tvero up*
pointed to nil witli il,,, muyoi .it ilie
i' I nf revislun ou*jlie MMMinont mil.
I. 1". B.
llll       Ifiyill      lllll       Hill' 1-al'a I,lllllll.     n
mixed linlge, ennuiting   i both Indies
and in nil' 111**0 n.i- nignniited ill lhe
em Insi , v.nin** I'ln nm tun. .tits
Iniil in iln Hiiiii(|ii hull uml Mi I.
lilun', ni Vuitianiifi, presided uml i >u-
■ I.lll. , I   till      IIU.-Ill, lla|.'   a I ll'll..mr*       Tin*
prineipitl "!•]" 1 "l tin' now lodgu is lint
curing lot oiphaiis lifteen npplica*
Iinin   't'i.  received mid ilu  follitwing
ollle. is  male I'lieliil      Ml.   II."   I'llll',
diiniil Misii,.t„ Ui (1 hull, I'liind
Deputy    II   Iti'iil   chiipliiiii; li   lien*
sliiuf. tliieel 1 I'eii'i ns. K. Philip,
a.an.In,tan  mul  I'cicj  King   i tnty,
Tin nan lodge was appropriately named
MnllUI  I'l'ittli limllle, ,N".  -•'*'>.
Narrow Escape
A I'luiiiiiiiiin hud II nut run 1 si-upo
li Irnwniug ul the wluiif on Kridny
llli*aiii noun
The sn   si  il gu wus coming in
ninl «lun ii iiitnli iln dock Hie
ChiiiHiiinii, nli" tvns stainling clusu to
Ilm etlgt *ius inii'-il oil his Iniliini'i* and
precipitated into ilm watei Ho wus
iiiuneilinteh rescued hoforo -sustaining
niiv injuries inun itinlscl tutb the pru-
pi Iiiii  "I Ibe I I
The Mayoralty.
Mayor Kealy announces iimt hn will
nu..In lm 11 ninillilnli* for llu mayoralty
ot North Vinioiiiiti'i' Personally, h< Iind
boon iioslnuts nf retiring Iron -
p.il politics,  lull In. lee   I", it  *"tv, il tii
glee wny to ttlir- prcssun "f promliu *ii
citizens    Tlio argument mosl slrongly
plneetl hefnre liim was tlisl innn; mail
iif'  Inaugurated   during   his   •■!.'	
I' .'»'     llnl    I'l'' thlili'li 1'     'ili'I   llu l    *|1 u,,
Hmi it is in- .im*  1., re in in .11.a a*
tin tii miters   .'hi  11 'iniul   uti    in
lli 11    nl    .(Linn    K, .ill     uanlii    I*. InJ    ill
it., ti,nit n.i .Ionian will mil In a,
• nii'li'tui,* M,i .1,iiiliiii states tlmt lie
hint  no Intention    aaf riinniliK    mil' -s
Mayor t\* olj i" rslsted In liis Inl "
ut retiring
Ss Aid* M 'li Is spoken or, lml In*
tins  11"!  >,|  niinii' mu   .,, in. . ,1,, ni
Ritchie Wins.
When Referee I,nuy stopped
thc bout between H0I1 Ritchie und
Driver Miller in the fifth round of
a scheduled ten-round bout at
Larson's Pavilion, Wednesday
evening, because Miller's lelt eye
was closed and blood was streaming down his face, there was a
bowl of dissappointment from a
number ol spectators gathered at
the ringside. In the opinion ol
the writer, Referee Leroy was
quite justified in his action. While
the betting fraternity was unques
tionably responsble fur tin adverse
criticism heaped on Referee Leroy,
it was partly in the interests of the
sport that he stopped the bout
and gave the decision to Rjtchie,
On points the lattei clearly demonstrated his superiority over Miller,
and while he did nol appeal to
possess the punch, had the best of
the argument at the* time when
Ki'l* 1.1 I nui stepped between
the men and declared Ritr.hit* the
wiunei,
lt was inti. "i the tastesl ex
hibitions witnessed ben foi somi
time. For (oui rounds il Win last
milling, both men mixing matti n
at every opportunity Ritchie bad
a decided advantage in cleverness
and losl no chances tu get 111
blows. On ihe olhet hand, while
Mill* 1 landed a lev, heavj blow0,
In. i.n* slow 111 ' losing in ninl
failed to land any it bis swings.
1 ollowing  tin    I'll    t '' 111.    I'"l
ihii unl Riiliiit\ boxed four
spirit d uuiiiile 10 11. draw, while
Hannaj .md Proust also boxi n 1
coupb ol ioiiikIs. A largi 1 roivd
witnessed the bouts
Mr. I \ I . I* * porting iibiui
ofthey-cc/wrt, 1eb.1e1.1l thf: bouts,
whih Mr. A. I', (iarvey, spoiting
editOI ol tin* A'*,et- itltjertl ti tnal
Ml. j   II   Dudei held the vau In   .
Alter the bout, Millet und
Ritchie posted $20 each with the
sporting etlitoi ol the Newt Adver-
Iker, as a lorlnit. The men expressed a desue to bos liltcen
rounds loi a side bet ol vim, and
the mone) has been posted as .1
guarantee ul good faith, li is ex*
petted thai tin hotll will be
pulli tl uii shortly,
Two fuses ui drunk uml inenp-
niiii' t'liiiii' up before His Worship
Magistrate Kealy Monday,
The first one milled was llinl of
Li'runk Quenthnr, who wus not
present, nnd his bail ol *M0 went
lu swell the city's hunk account.
David Best answered the cull
ninl  it  lining liis first offer  n
line uf •*'> nnd costs or ten flays
in solitude wns imposed.
The official announce t um. mads
this morning   nmi Hit.nnu  worth uf
North Viitii'iuit'iT debentures iioti t n
disposed uf in London at pur.  The salo
was niinii' through tim Bank of m. n. a.
Tttt'su sre Mi-ycur ili'lmttltiri'S, bearliiK
5 per cent. Interest.
Con. Jones, 11 well-known sport
of Vi neuuvor, line leased the new
lllllllll   block   JIM   llllllll     ol   lhe
oily hull for 11 term ul yenra, Mi.
Jones' I'nillt in Ibis eity seems lo
lie well founded from lhc extensive fillings iu lhe billitnls
und |iutil nutl a lum line, lliul he
i1- iii-inlliiii;. lh- investments
in ihis innn ni'i* will amount lo approximately $0(1011, lu inliliiioii.
he is neg'uliiiling lm sillliu linsi-
ness property close in with u view
possibly of other businesi ventures,
EXPKKSS, .<i a vein
Dannie's Fish Yarn
,1. s. Seymour Dannie Mee,
Went lo Seymour creek 1" sei
A lillle COhoo saluiaati red,
Ho caught a cold and went lo bed.
Now Dannie being vory wise,
Though) he'd bring home  1   n tl
Btirprlso,
i'n  running 1 e like » |timplii(
jack,
Uilh it i.'i'iil   big  ugh   a.iit  hump
tun 1.
lie not >| 1111 a lu,nihil*-* ,11 iin* door,
.An.l iiniii' tb" salmon on tl"  lie tr.
Ami called In- motlior loi i" •**,
whnl it greal fisherman tie )»■
lb* It 1 there tiil/.iin* at tin* Its!,
Anil laid il "it 11 (.'tent big di-li.
His mother. Inter In tbe dny,
Flung the old hump-back in the bay
And Seymour raid Unit be could see
His hutnp-baok do»twenty-three.
-li.
Moodyville, 1) 0., December. 1907.
Car Track Washout
A i'"iii|diiiiii ul imiil Malinger Bun
bury "I ihe lb C Rlcclric llnilwaj Co
lo   lite   llty    llnil   "li     Tlllll-aln',      r.
Hording tlm danger ol 11   washout   nn
heiili road, in ■ -■ -...-w. 111 ■ -1 .•-. "i iln > ilj
ilitrln    bi in*.- diverted into   iln    is i"
pony's ditch alongside tin   ' 1... 1
vi nlnil lu*l ■ ta nu. nln 11 1 Id. 1. rush
nl   water  undi I'liiim.l   tin     lun |i-    '*.i
iilniiil  In In 1 in .1 1 1  1) --1 ■ 1 ■   "'
iln convent,
Tin  trouble mis noticed Insl uvcu
nm ni about '" o'clock, n'i''  ■
,'..  ' v   dul not pn-- "fir the placi
iill tin- morning "lun ilu  1	
"■llllll-   U'*li   i.iiniil. |. .1
The Indian Mission
Concerning the Nortli Vancou
ver Indian School anil Mission,
which is situated at the southwest
ol the city. It commands one ol
the best views of the city. The
magnificent bay seems to show
purposely ils beauty before the
admiring eyes of the tourists, who,
on Sundays, flock around the
mission school.
It was founded about nine years
ago by the Right Reverned Bishop
Durien, lust R, C, bishop ol North
Vani ouver. It is lo tint, mulct
tin- abb' management ul ibr
sisteis ol the institution, who
spare no pains lo piomott tin: intellectual and corpural Well-being
ol the 1 hildren, who number between I'O anil ,0 boys nutl girls.
These young people haw ,u quired
tin. :i imintion ot being thc sweetest
singeis in British Columbia Thei
mission comprises several reserves
along the iulet, and Iln. Squamisll
iivet is mull.) tl.i. ..ate uf u priesl
coming iu Noith Vancouvei twice
a week Ibout 100 Indian: .it
tun! ti. tin religious instruction
with gn ni satisfai tion, fhi Righl
Rc\    Bishop 1 ii 11. ai    as "ie   ul
Iln   Insl   In pn III It     I"   I Ullia ll     lllal
civilize them.   I'mil 1 hi; manage
ment the church was built,  and
aftei .1 meeting housi   when the
villagi  took tin   im ' ni   aspi cl
with   street   .onl   sidi walk!    It
must be   ,ti<l thit tin   in 1    i<l<
wall,   a,   North   Viiirnuc'i   was
built h)  the Indians.   All these
construction!  wi te built   !■•   tin
work .mil mom \ ul tin* Indian*
tbc ibiin b .unl   iln   govt iinin >>t
nui   in nding .1 cent lot the purpose.    To day the Squamish tribe
numbers ahout (oo Indians
A Nautical Apology
I in venerable .unt onlj Captain
Sti teif'  ol Moodyville, who has
I' aiin il In navigatl > bn \' le when
he is in port, was winking a tapid
passagi lhe mln 1 day, ivhen In
collided with t lady • ■:■ list, on
I a nsdali avenue, opposite the
hank ot llritisli Ninth Anient n
I ortunatel, however, there was no
pnsoiial damage. and when they
had  extricated themselv   iron
Ue ivie. k, be anticipated her bj
pei led outbursts ol anp 1, from
which she ould '.'itibi 1 little cv
cepl thai In wa;I'M'.-.dinglj  orrj
" I'm  sine as   I  ought   to   be
*■*   Illtl.'.I      Id      It 1.1.,111   ' la' ,.,,a!
apologetically,  "bul   1   couldn't
• I    "til    1   11 lis rn,   mun 11   il   '.M
wen t' Hm" tin b ■ i* *   ba ik
1 v bi blowin1 im ,"" lo p.' .■  tu
porl 'Unl alti n d ur, 1 ouisi .1 . ord
>n    Jusi.'   1  wa       dip
int pennant an' ..tlui' 1 ropei
youi * iiti refused to  obi,   ). 1
I mlili I    ,111   \"il 'Inn I,   llie   lul ,ml
More I could revi rse, yi  1  jib
*. *:. i"iu' al ic, starboard mir.zen
riggin,1 your mainsail (skntj
marled up with my bobatay, parted
youi toppin' lilt, an' carried away
my  spanker  down  haul.   As   I
lilted I tried to jib, bul I cipiiied
keel up, an' pul you llountb nu' 111
the wreckage."
Ily  this time  there   was   au
n*l* 1. * li d audieiii c 1  tin* I "le
v.., *   nn nl,ill'    1I1 lolling    win In It
she should run from a supposed
inn,oh rn ask for nn interpretei
a        |U,   II,I  "HI       U.l-     |,|**MI||t     III     llll'
'1 1  iini.' "I Mm   Ninth \ " "■
(Oil. h.   .1*-... iiitiiiti.  held   Itimd '
nilill      l'i,-nl,*ni    l|, li,,,k"ii*    pirnl'letl,
I ,111-1,li*"ll,l>*   lili-llu*     il.ir  llist   I  I "I     I III
 1  iln|'" tlniil ul  tain* I*  ,*.,.   'I.    *|.ilium "i premises,    N'umti	
hit.' Inllifd mei  .mil 11  n.i-  Illicit  il"
a.i..1 ... imi nn' 1 n.n 1 diiee to
l||r   Ill,ni. 1        \i,...       \     1 (la
-nuill .md 11   li i*i.   ,. a, non * '"'
Mis Wise nnd Mrs, Evans,
Mount Pleasant, Vancouver, were
visiting friends in this city on
Wednesday.
Work has been stopped on the
big tug boat, which was being
built at Moodyville, for the Hastings mill.
A. Wild has removed from First
Sttl'l I    I"   tile  1 illjlfl   ul  Fifti .'lllll
sin "i , nl Chesterfield avenui   He
ib" -. general teaming and de ils in
. ni'i ,.i"'i I
Rogt 1 Vinetto was ngain remanded Wedesday on the charge
of murdering Clementina Nairn nt
North Vancouver. It was e*;
plained that Mi A, li. Taylor,
crown prosei utor, was engaged
on it )iii' cast in Vancou ii 1 and
il was ini'aiis'iilih loi Iiiiii Iii I)**
presenl
ilouiiiit 101 Aii bl expei is to aiati
work on lhe piopoi-cl nt «  Horni
lllOl    I, <   Ull"    >        >M ll" I '.   ■ (    ! I* I I   t*|l
and I."" idab avenue, thit month,
Ale-    iiluii    sistei    tu    Mi'
lil.a: :.      a,t    Clli    I' ill' I'l      I   'IIU'
bat - "in tu Vitii.uui-. 1 en !•    le
will i' sel. in Iiiini>
Iln government boat,  t'Uiii   it
\\ .iiiii 1  ihipyard      as 1 mm lied
un Monday mornini     li
ui and around Prim < Rupert
The lo.'.il ' *- le ion " ,it:rn *"ill
meet in   1 arson1!   pavilion   nnxl
\\  .    ll"     i|.|,    1      a     I  I,.       i|,I,, l,|
will pri idi   .md tin   publii   an
i'.|.-|llllb.   Unit' al
Mi .onl Mrs ' u, ' :. ol l Mil
streei east li i> .•■■ terdaj on 1
tlnei months trip to tin ild
country
Lust- -A Mai 1. and (Tui- mag
pie. li" .iul will le mi' 11 lm us
return i** Mi • l< Mt ■ iinni 1 nn
Vallej
Mt "i-11 ■ ■* m, 1 hi 1 ion 'i
Wilson Creek,  Wn., and fan
will nia!"   Noill       ei  thi it
home.   I'm.    'ii-    '. ■
having arrived on Wi di e. I
Card 01   111 ini       11 In
ol .Noiili Vancouvei who Bolit iu d
subscriptions for the purposi  ol
fixii ■ up the housi  "i   c ''
1 id nativt woman resid 111   it tin
Mi ■ ion wish i" 1." ■  thii    im" 1
tuuilj   to  thank   those   ivho    0
:*' n> luie b *,.inula, '• ,1 lull i lii-i*!.
i'.ll" b v as st      ill  in • di d     I In
1 : is now   II ri paired
Mr (nul Mrs   |.t     A
. id 1   "ib left   -   ■ aai,    : 1
don I nr win ic.    ill 1' nd
the   Chri  dr,
I ugh 1 lm h " ii"   ■ '1   lot
thi pn 1 ,' M      He sa "■   it
:     ' 1
('lui' Ini .    ■        1   •'
1 liangc    I he)  will i»   1
springlimi
The title 1 night a litlb' I.e! 1 nne
into a b,iiI" l's shop I" 1' I bis lour
cul. Alter the man had hi 1 n 1 ul
ting Ins hail iilmiil It,cl nn llOUl
the lad asked : " How nun b more
have you gol to do?" " I Inly the
front," replied the barber. "Well,
you had belter be sharp, 01 1 Ise it
wil bt        in" :it thc back again."
He (st ntimcntall)) ■ May I
hope to ■' ■ ',"ii pri it) oon '   Sin
I ;.   li"   1, * .    "I   l.ltllt I   think  I'iii
pri ii1* I"*
\ ri pi' senlati' ■ ol iln I alii 1
|i,i Saints (rt ligious . w. In 1*
on Wclin idaj Hi * iiit'-'i tia.it a
bram h will 11 e tabli hi d 	
the near lututt
ll 1    ■  ni 11,
p I    *    ,    ml
.....i for 1 list
"'1  1   *
in 1,.mi in udjoiirnmi nl M tgis
triitt. Ke.ii. pri' idi d it tin polio
I court li Id this morning in tin   iti
llllll. Il'la'.'l   I (llll'll'l,   Ilia     Ila       U
suspected ol murdering Clementina
N11I111. niii 1 ,1 pri liminary hearing,
in which Crown Prosecuting Ai-
torney Taylor submitted the
evidence, wns sent up lor trial at
the spring assizes,
Samuel Guthrie, sworn, stated
that he had met the prisoner on
First 'Heel, near St. David's, just
wl,, ii Un a ,11 lim turm to tit
I'l'i'.i housi il aboui > 1 s m.
1 in- prisonei aski d ivhi h • 1
was ii to tin town Witnt ss
thought that it was Moodyville,
and directed to thnt localitj
Miss 1 ierchii 1. worn a 'l that
she mel the tb'-. • ast d on iba iliuri
tivid I, -■ ,*.i-     1 idj villi 1   .iliotii
(I'll   ll 1   I   1  „    H.,• lal   lll'l 1   all   '    .1
walk on First i tn "1   il th	
ill  Sl      I1'' "I 1    ■      Ul I"  I        fill
till      -        I'ln      lllll.       'Ill     a.''
1." Iin| oppositt  ■  hug'   ■! |i
'■in 11 , . 1 nd I'-.' ii' il n
-1, i,,, a 1 ,ii. wa itandi if
" itb I. in ; olded i'"i( nf inti thi
■.a od ih • a1 hi lio litth
girl 1 li mi ntina did nol n ply,
unl '11 I pa ■ * *l on
Mi    Ber,: ii Mt Do 1 il'  aid that
U!   girl "'. i"- s.iw
iin 1   ,1   .1 .. .1 . I       .1 mi
,1 in   in .ti Mi  Mi      1."ii
1 on '. It    |ol <    lluiirt ■      tid
thai in " a.i 1   rt in tl     ■   nhl
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1 1   1 11   Mo 1    ""'i
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'a ' la    ■ wards   hen I tm
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1 ailed,   i"1 tin ' ■  "     *
ui ,1 laii gait
Wis   A nnilta      1     in
 in pa    ng tl      h    I housi    1
tht   liil    ihoul      |t    p    a*       ll
llioughl ni'i ii' 1 is tl
guilty ii 1
1 1 * 1 i-i. 1 ■ i nd that i
whs reported p. nt
that ui a      \
the pn - 'a 1     a    nested he niadi
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THE EXPRESS
Noitb Vancouvi r, li. C,
A Weekly  Sowapitper.   Published  by
Tm Expi as • Printing Company
Subscription, $1,00
tin ted .-uta's mi'i Kuielgu, (1.60
Strictly in Advimco
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tin  lti|ti n " li)
Imt    in      ir ■•" iti'ovldus llml
intiilii less titan 3"
- tl iiniii will ii"l hu allowed
in, Worship Mayoi  Ki-ul)  presldi
.  wi i" I-" ■ in Altletnieii Ul' k,
Irwin, .1 "i lull   i'i "l.iii i:    nnd    Smith,
'.I."''   Ill
i' ..'. ■ Hei tt '■■ * ■ ived and
dealt Willi:
I'  A, All. n wi'tili   regarding Install
■ i'ii*   lank  in ih*' rear of tot
US, block I nl, dlstricl lol nil.   dranted,
Tlic l.ynn Valley Lumber Company
:,inn.,i, ii:.,i. a, letter "l thanks rt
iln- iiti  .i ■. v itllowlng il ompany to i li tiliiiii" wires upon
il,   pob -   i    '-I by Un- "Hy.   Piled,
\y. n. Bunbury, loi al managor of the
British Columbia Electric Railway
company, wrote aci cptlng tbo terms "f
a      council's proposal  to   divert    the
* a   from tli inpnny'fl dllches on
il Id nh rood lo n .lit.ii construt led
i' ■ "iiiii side of snld
I'il*.I.
a    > ill pul.    minister    ef
ind I '''in'..i. forward
ing corrected li ast ol n parci I er lldnl
land, The mayor uml t Ity clerk were
authorised i., * senile lhc Bald al cil
.inin. s I', Pell wr Iferlng free IL'
of I.inn f"r i' public park, a,n the
a* ■ rn boundary of llio city in district lo| .'.:..', between Sixteenth nnd
Klnl streets, t„ the tv, si of the
i n-i I, Al " he submllled [,l:ms for
1 111   ion of the msi,.rn inif of
tin      ■    t lo i 'i adjoining por-
ii ,' .li irli i  lol  r.r.2.    Referred lo
commltt
Church Notice
Ml MODI   I    < HI Rl II,   S.   IV,  ' ORNEH
l>i('i III ' I. AND ST, "I 'li'-.l.'s ,\v
Class meeting io a. in.
Morning service nt 11 a. m,
Evening service at 7:311 p, m.
Rev. li. II. Iinlil'i t,,n, ll. A ,
pastor
,"i 1 11   V INI ul'l II;  1 U'llOI.I
INDIAN   HI sins.
I iy Services Mass nt B
a. in., Sunday si hool at 2 |o p.m.
lii tu di. tion iii t p. in.
Pastor: Rev, E, Peytavin, 0
M, I V S
s|    la'llN'a   |*|||   f,\ t\,  |.'| ||       I  , 1 ■   *
AND  illll IH.Mil    I Kl 1 Is.
Holy Communion, H it m.
Morning prayer, 11 a, in.
I .-; :.   prayi r, / 30 p. in.
(in iln lirst Sundaj in tin mouth
ll 1. will I .1 •' ond celebration
ol tin I lull Communion ,u 11 a.m.
Rt  tor: Rev. Hugh Hoopi 1
.   a  HIM  ||
III      Hill
*      IllCtl  al     ,1 ,
usual on Sunday  It  the pat toi
Sundaj ' * hool, 1 \o p. in.
it Moodyville si hool al
I 1, ' 1    ceting 011 Wed -   I a
111,
i'ii   Iin   ! I' i.iii.iin. M A.
HAITI   11 III Rl il   -   ' '■' 1  imi I,
D AI. I    IVE!    1
Scrvici   ul   11   "ih"'.;   ;t   111.   in
theOrange hall. Sunday school at
lie  I I" ,' i.l Ihe servue.
I'ii toi ;   Ret David L
All aro wi'
Mr 0, '.. Mi Donald bus returned to the 1 ii: .di' r ,111 absem e
ol a few nioni * ({istercd
at Hotel North Vancouvi r
\V. A Parrot!, a well kn ■*■ 1 and
popular knight ol the road, has re*
turned to North Vancouver alter
in al ace ol a li w months, and
1 ia gists n d at Hotol North Van.
couver,
Mrs. ('idle and daughter, wife
ami child ol A, Gerle, the well-
known mining engineer, who is
heavily interested in Queen Charlotte property, arrived in the city
on Wednesday. They are stopping ni the Hotel Nortli Vancou
ver.
Mr. Ed, Nelson, "1 Seattle, was
,1 guest at Hotel North Vancouver
tins we. I,. Ile is representing a
lit in u( luili class decorators,
which handle all kinds ol bin work.
Mr. Nelson lell (01 lhe Queen
City yesterday, and will return in
January.
City Clerk Thomas Soepherd
Hives notice that lhe lirsl sitting ol
the court ol revision, appointed
for tin: purpose of hearing complaints against ibe assessment lor
the year 1908, will be held at the
city hall on |anuary 6, 1908, ot 2
o'clock p. in.
Wanted,-—Housework ol  any
kind.   Apply to Miss Cottell, the
second house past Palace hotel.
One ol the best entertainments
ever presented to a North Vancouver audience was that of the I).
iS II. Company last Monday and
Tuesday evenings, in Larson's
pavilion. It was two entire nights
ol fun and amusement in the
science of hypnotics. Besides,
the professor, who is a young man,
several well.known residents participated in the amusing stunts.
Riley Jennings, North Vancouver's
only local colored character, played
a part all by himself. The* human
woodpile and the human bridge
were marvelous in the great art of
hypnotics. The tremendous freaks
and fiinnisms produced on tne
stage were not only amusing to lhc
audience but startling and interesting, The show was very clever
throughout,
1). Daniels, Toronto, spent a
lew pleasant hours with Iriends
here on Thursday,
Men arc* possessed ol Iwo greal
(ears -that ihey will become old,
,unl that they will never live to
be old,
Win 11 n—A store on Lonsdale
avenue, also two bouses (about
seven   roOlllS),   close    ill.     King?,-
lord Smith & Co., 860 Granville
street, Vancouver,
At a meeting of lhe Knights of
Pythias in their hull the following
"iiii 1 rs were elected for the ensu-
ig 1 car' C ('., J. T. Device;
V. C, C. I'.. Lawson; Pre!., W,
C. Iiiseman; M, of W,, I'.
Win ilcr, k. ol R, S., II. E
Reidj M. of P., A. P. I'.illin;
M ol Iv, A Davies: M, at A ,
W   F. Ilaiie  J. (',., j  Renshaw;
(I.   I ■  .  (eai    Duff.
A ditch has been dug on the
soitlh side ol Ki ith toad, from
Mahon avenue to the ravine near
Delbrick avenue.
I eiiih sti, 11, east ol Ridgeway
it', nm , has bt en graded to the
lirst house, nml a t ulvei'l put in
llu water llowing over the
. hot 1 lots on Fourth street, between   Chesterfield   ami   Mahon
al,' !|,l'a   1'1'CU   < I I \ I' I I t * > 1    I"      llll*
net   li nu.
When a in.in boasts llllll his lile
il au "pen book he bail better
. i,ilili wood. Some one inighl
ook into it.
Mr, C. McKac, an old time
miner, came down  from  Cariboo
1, ii'il.iy, and is stopping at  lhe
iiliice hob I.
When a man has an opinion or
ii theory that happens t'i turn out
right, how be loves to bear about
it I
□Just think of it* Roses in bloom
in December, which can be seen
i   the   Palace  hotel,  and  were
grown in tin open air,
Now that amusement companys
have taken to playing "Two
Nights" in North Voncouvcr, it
PROPERTY
WITH US RIK
QUICK SAIL
A. SMITH & CO.
JUNCII0N   BLOCK
Milt 111 VANCOUVER.
'is up to some enterprising person 11 I-&T  Vjjll 112
iai erect an opera bouse, one latgc|
enough to stage "Ten nigbls In a
liar Room " and the like,
Sniall Hoy Sis can't go with
yon to lhe parly to-ilightl Young
Man Why not? Small Hoy She
met with ;in awful accident, Tin
cat chased her rat all around the
room to-night und killed it, and
now she can't make her pomp
admit.
Must people don't become
angels imlil they nre sn old and fat
that il sounds ridiculous to call
Ihem angels.
When ;i ninn is always iu ,i
hurry ii is an evidence lhat I"
lacks the capacity to dispose ol
his business iu the ordinary waj
The man who uses a falsehood
for policy, like thc woman who
powders, soon gets into the habit
ol pulling on loo much.
Mr. E, Human, Dawson, V. T .
is registered at the Palace Hotel.
He is astonished at the progress
North Vancouver has made in the
last few years.
When an editor gets an egg -
one of a few hundred dozen taken
in lieu of cash-he quite naturally
comes to the conclusion that he's
not the only one who's collected a
"bad (ac)count."
L. Dowswell, ol Kamloops 11.
C., paid the Ambitious City ;i
visit this week.
C. II. Gray, Vancouver, was
a guest at the Palace Hotel this
week.
J. H. Macdonald and wife, ol
Mount Pleasant, were registered
at lhe Palace hotel ibis week.
\V. NICHOLSON LAIUY
Miami 11
Temporary Ofllcn   )•'. Ciiduuy's
Taint Shop, Esplanade
North Vancouver, B. C,
E, Brydges, of Lake Winnipeg,
Man., is spending a few days in
Nurin Vancouver. 1 le is stopping
at the Palace hotel.
.UTIJUTO FOI lillilOR IMJfli
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
■l' ut the mooting ol the Board "l
Licensing Commissioners fnr the City of
Xortli Vancouver, lo bo held on the
second Wednesday ol March, inns, I
shall upnly fnr u licence for the sale ol
spirituous, fermented or other lii|tiors in
bottle, ("r the nreinises known lis the
middle simp nr store ill the Kilroy Mor-
"an block, silniil Iiii fl, snli-.livi.-ii.il
ol lots Hi uml II), block I5ll, district lol
274, iii lhe City of North Vaucouvor.
r. R, Hickman
Dated ul  North Va nver tho iltl
day ol December, 1007.
ELDER,  MURRAY CO.
i,niininn Addressi
lil l llllll,"! si.
I'liiini- uu.'
NORIH V l-il'lll 111!
WEEKLY LIST
Wesk iia.ii.i.i Dec. 1411,.
Norlli Vancouver l
Junction Block
'Phone 37
Jitliii
1(10
ll.li I"
CtiHlt llest-i l|)llt)tl
•I'lKI     I   I'ivo riiiniieilliiillsi'tin I'lti'slei lli'lit nml TlllrtOOlltll | 120x110
leet. A nsrtloulsrly nooti luty.
■ins    i  t'orniTiiL'wit'lt ninl Kiliii'iiiii; S2xii9 loot, observe tbo alio,
Pries mnl sitllnlliili ri'litliii* Incur Borvtce,
itm       Tiiirioi'iuii sttoot, esit Imll ol Loto, BloekTSt lor anyone dt*
airings|i eity iiiumin** lie we eats reoorauieiidlhli,
USA A siiity tm l,„instill" ayoiuio, Mxim, between Nye ninl St.
James,
Ana ti, h iitiittiii iur nice Bsrilon Inti.
Utilise nnil .vitciii runrli. I.vtiit VslloytOUt-llOltieii two ncres
lotioetl Hint iii (run nmi vegotstilsii Iimt clan wstorl
|iric" nii'iuiU" rni ninn.-. cltfokoni etc.
Pout in sorei mt Keith mad, west ball ol loin; > lemiiil
Vies "I liny i clOIS t'» -'ill ivnter; llircc ycnn, In nuy the
balance
I ONMf'VI I    ISI All, D. L, 265
LOTS  ninii   iiiiii;   CASH.  $67
$4 MEN'S $4 SHOES   $4
MM # WW I'lSI'
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF
NORTH  VANCOUVER
vrOTICHITIIIiRKBYCiIVKNTHAT
■*■' nn Saturday, lhe "Isi d.ty ol Ho-
comber, nl the hour of li o'clock in the
nllert , it'itliin the Ciiy Mull, Nortli
Vancouver, B.O., u Court •■( Revision
j tt ill sit (or ihe purpose til hearlug und
I determining any und ull application) lo
,.   ,,,   ,   , ,.,, .     ,, have any name ur mimes struck "ff or
b. W. Jackson,  White  Morse, I placod on the Voters' l.ist for the Cil
V. T., is spending a few happy ol Nortli Vancouver, 11)08.
days in Nortli Vancouver.
J. McCall, Kenora, Ont,, wns
a (jticst at lhe Palace Hotel this
week.
E, Sands and M. B. Jamison,
Allin, li. C, are sojourning in the
city and arc stopping at the Palace
Hotel.
A Massachusetts man nnl ■'
divorce because his wife went
through his pockets every night.
Why didn't he lock his money iu
bis desk? Mean tiling for n in.in
to sel i trap ol thai sort lot his
wife.
|nb printing at Tin. Extoe
Not one man in n hundred bas
Sense    enOUgll    tO   tnke    care    of
money after he ({els it.
11 ".la relay Con. Jones opened
his m w billiard and pool parlors,
next to the city hall, He bus
seven excellent tables, Harry
Hudson,  Formerly ol  lhe   lerry
company, is in charge,
COURT OF m
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF
NORTH   VANCOIIVER
WOTICRISHKIIKBYHIVKN THAI'
^   Hm llrsi llltlngol llio Court "l He*
vision appointed tor tho iuir|Hisu "I I •
nu* complaints against the Assessment,
(or the yenr IU0H, us made by the Asses-
"m! the Citvoi North Vancouver, B.C.,
uill ba held within the City Hull, North
Vancouver, B.0„ on Monday, January
iiiii, mon, at 2o'clooh p.in.
Thomas BlIII'HIM,
City Clerk.
Nnrlh Vancouver, B, C, Decomher 4,
11IU7.
APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR UtiSI
iwOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
'' nt the next mooting ol the Ujsard
License Commissioners inr the Ciiy ol
Norlh Vancouver, I shall apply for a
retni] license fur the sale "f SplrltUOUS,
tormented and other lif|iinrs in bottle,
ior the nremlsoi known as lots hi and
II, block I'll!, district lot 271, oll First
-ii'ii'i,erected according to plans and
|,t*i itieiiiioiiH to be submitted (or tliu
approval of said hoard, nil in the snid
city of Nnrlh Vancouver, B.C.
Wm. II. Smith.
Dated at Nnrth Vancouvor, U, l'.. No*
'ember 20, 11*07
Thomas Siihi'Iii.iui,
City Clerk,
City Hull, North Vancouver, B. C
December lltli, Mi;.
AUCTION
NOKTIl
VANCOUVER
Under instructions from the
Municipality ol North Vancouver, 1 "dl sell at the
OBRIEN'S HALL
('or. Hastings and II r Rt),,
Vancouver, nl '.liiitl p.m.and 8 p.m.
TIE., DEC. 17th
350 Acre*
situate in Lots Sid. 817 nml
part ol l.'il'- 7H3 nnil 793, lying
west "f tin Capilano, This
l.iiiil is   ,11b dn nh il  into con
Vi'llll'llt
Parcel* of i lo 5 Acres
I   I   I    "al   .   I
One-third > ash. om third in
nln  M ill . niie lliiul ll, tWO
years,   Inti n sl, 6 .
Plana and catalogues may he
obtained at the Municipal Office, or Tm Expki ss. North
Vancouver, or lhc Auctioneer,
J. S. Rankin,Auclioneer
514 Pender Sirn 1.      Phone \",
FOR SALE
One Jersey Durham Cow, giving
gallon and a hall ol milk and in
calf,   Apply
A. K. Can kmay,
Xorib Vancovuer.
We claim to carry the lies
ol this popular priced Shoe in
the city.
Box Calf Lined. Double
Sole, Goodyear Welted
A RAINY DAY BOOT
Vevur Call, Gun Metal Call, or
Fine Dongola, single or double
slip soles. All Goodyear Welts
Neat Dressy Boots.
ALL AT $4.00
PYKE'S SHOE STORE
516 HASTINGS STREET W.
INSURANCE,
The Head Ollice of the PACIFIC COA8T FIRE IN8URANCE COM«
PANY is in Vancouvor. The LOCAL AGENCY is at the corner ul Lonsdale
avenue and Second Btroet.
Vunr property mny not bo burned down tomorrow, but then again it tuny,
Vmi tt ill Bleep sniitiilcr 0 nights il you ure protected, .lust drop yoursi'll nr a nurd
in mv olllco nml be happy,
An KMI'LOYERB LIABILITY POLICY Romovoa Uie last element ol uncertainty ns to what it costs to run your business.
I mn ul yunr serviee (or uny liiini ol insurance.
Real Estate—A Few Good Buys.
Lot 7, Block 211, D, L. 278, ■fii*'.0; t360caah, |160 Jan.'and*180 July, 1908
Lot uml niie huh 011 hirst street, just it est ol l.oiisihilu avenue, with im*
provcinonta, worth (10,000; price (0,000.
Hoven and one-quarter acroa fronting on Capilano Creek, near the Keith
Road*   lt lakes4975 an uere to buy this.   Would innke 11 great little sub-division.
A. J. PlCTON- WARLOW
Insurance and Realty Broker
CORNER OF LONSDALE AVENUE AND SECOND STREET
North Vancouver
LOTS
70 x 240
$300
Close to saw mill and plank road;
ten minutes from car; only $300.
Also a lew 1 4 acres Ior $200 ;
terms, 10^ down, $10 per month.
House to let, b rooms, all conveniences ; splendid view. Also
one lor sale ; $500 cash and £20
per month.
Ihii pet lei ib cleared lots on lonsdale Avenue
$900 each
WESTERN  CORPORATION,  LTD.
nm & tower co„ ltd.
Time Table, k>>7
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» Not on
Sunday,
A \. \. CROWSTON
BROKER
ASn NOTARY PUBLIC
[KIVS1XCII -tu »u i;*1,'""'"'11'''''
UrKIHOI Placet Mini llyilrntillr,
'llMlitn:   ll'inlv I, Hd" "'"I tit,
Manager lor the Commercial
Protective Society,
llilliie--FlRBT BT., I*'„ or Lovsiiai.k
E.xcuscs arc like words; lots ol
them, but no Rood.
SMOKE-
TERMINUS CIGAR
CLEAR HAVANA FILLED
J. W. BALMAIN
CIVIL    I'NI.INKK.l*
ANI) ARCHITECT
Pluiifl, Quantities, Levels
Superintendence ol Construction
1'oubtii Stiibut, doRN'tiK Lonsdale Av«
NOKTIl VANOOUVER, THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
NORTH   VANCOUVER
LOT 2
STILL   TIIE   BEST   BUY
We have Borne lots left in this Original
Subdivision.   Call and see us, and
buy before they are all gone.
The Electric Tram runs
right through this property
It is bound to be an  important addition
in the near future
Easy Terms
''or Prices and Maps, apply
r n
fill
1
440   SEYMOUR   STREET
R, KBHll HOUUUTK, MANACUCU
Mabelle Wllliscroj t
PIANO TEACHER
Speeinl attention given to lingering
mul lone production,
studio; Socond collage, South Seventeenth, Lonsdale East,
Stoves!
Any Kind You
..Want..
UNDER VANCOUVER PRICES
 AT	
UU.
Auctioneers
Fraser's
Lonsdale Avenue
Between First ami Second
HARRY FOGG
I'li.il.iu: IN
WOOD and GRAVEL
ASH ALSO
General Teaming
Good Pry  Cordwood delivered any
whore In lhe city for fl .0011 ford.
Holers Bollcltod,
Fourth street, between Lonsdale und
Chesterfield live,   l'bolie 67.
VOTICK IS III'.HI'.IIY GIVEN, lull
•*' the Information ol intending
Bottlers and others, thai selection has
been linull; of the 3,000,000 acres of lllllll
Minute.1 In the I'oaco River Valloy,
Province ol liriiish Uolumbia, granted
lo the Dominion Uovornmoiit iiiidur tin*
provisions of Suction 7. of " ,\n Aei ro*
luting to tlio l-liind Kail way, tho (irnv*
inu Dock and Hallway Lauds of tin*
Province," :in* 1 such hind Is mil open t"
entry under iln- I.ainl Laws nf Un*
Provinco,
Th,. block selected Is described its follows: Commencing ut a polnl ::;'...
miles siiiilh nl lite Peace lllvcr, on the
120th Meridian, being the Knstern
boundary ol Iliu Provlueo, tluutee Wesl
IB miles'uml 118.01 challlB, Ibeneu North
l'i mile- ami 115 03 chiilns, Ihonce Must
i.'i miles and 38.1H clisllis, Ihuticu Suiitli
lo the point of commencement, fttlhuv
lug tin* l:!ii|lt Murldlan, mnl ruiitniiilng
approximate!' 3,600,000 acres
N'.1 iii* is Alsoiliven that, uilli it view
l" fnellltatlng sotllemonl hi Ihe \ diet -
uliheI'oaco,Parsnip and Pack Rivera,
iln* lollowing ln'li nt Innil forty miles in
width, and unbinding 20 miles on eueli
siih* of tin* Peaco, Par-nip mid Pack I
Rivers has heen resorvcil tor nctnni
Bottlers, to bo acquired hy pro*enintioti
"illy inula']' the baiiil Ail, sneli Until tint .
being open for sub*, lease, license or
othor alienation under tho said Act except by pre-oniptlon,
Commencing at the Intersection of llu
Western boundary »(the block of bind
selected by the Dominion Government
witli tlio i'etii'u River, thence lollowing
the Pence River und Parsnip River to j
their confluence with the I'aek River,
aud thence following tho Pack River inl
the point where anlu Pack River leaves
MeLeod Lako, and extending for a distance ql 20 lullos on each side of Bald
Rivers and approximately 170 miles in I
length,
All landsontsldo the boundaries of tho
Dominion Government Grant mul tho
reserve ubnvi' ileserihed are open for j
location niuler lhe huts nf the Province, j
IV. J. BOWSER,
Acting Chiel Commissioner
of bands end Works,
bauds ami Works Department,
Victoria, September 18th, 1007,
Accountants,    Auditors   General
Com mission Brokers
Real I sl.ili- Aijr.nl s
[Sl,
ll i ! puo.va P, 210
G. I. lOROINSIN
Iiiit Iii(|Iii«t mnl U. I. I,mil Suni-mr
'l'll'.*,l    '   '
11 ninn'. . i  (Valor Poivori, Kitlinstci,
-111", ''I,.l..|li'.'aa|   I'l.ll.'illl'llnll, IISPI)  I'inli-
-ii.-. Urn nt i liiliill,Sub Dlvli i..U
■II tliMllllll Bt, (V.,   ■  .   VASt'olVKIl, II. 0,
CAI'ILANO
Ut
Hnvo on hand a lurcc supply ol Ccinonl
blocks, nui'li' from freshwater Band,
Samples may he  seen  al   lhe   new
ii'iiienl resident n Second street east.
Size nl blocks »x 111,
I'till particulars can bo had Irom the
Western Corporation office, nr wrlto t"
CAPILANO OEMENTBLOCK CO,
Norlh Vancouver, II. ('
Rolled Oats
Floor
Hcuj and Feed
Seeds
ALL ORDERS
DELIVERED
it. Brackman Ker
Milling Co.
I united.
Harry Mitchell, local manager,
Lonsdale Avenue.
Fine, healthy Tomato and
Cauliflower Plants, grown from
Sutton's Seeds, always on hand.
tbc Date of thc
SALE * DIST
MUNICIPAL LANDS
which will bc AUCTIONED off >>y
J. S. RANKIN
IN TIIE O'BRIEN HALL
TUESDAY, DEC. 17th at 2:30 and 6 P.M. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, 15. C.
FINE HIGH LOTS IN BLOCK 29
BETWl EN   'i ll VND a,Tll SIS., MAHON -Wh.
lm.,.-, one-fourth cush, balance(1, 12 and IS months,
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North Vancouver
I in \nibitioiis Ciiy was nevei
iu ks prosperous a condition as ii
is at this time, Us advance and
growth are rapid,   and  the  day
Win 11   it    will   In'i nine   til I   ihn
lorcmosl matiulacluriiifj ami busiiii ss i eiitie*, on tlu- liriiish Pacific
coasl is iwi tin distant, There is
alreadt ,i big Vancouver shipping
lum endeavoring to pfocure a site
for a wlinrl where ships from the
Antipodes and the Orient may
load ami unload llieir cargoes,
S. GINTZBURGER
Kil Cordova Strectf VanwiuvtXi ft i*>
i,i    U*0    ■i
THE BANK OF
T. b'. Bonnet, Brandon, Man.,
i*. ii gi iterud ui the Palace Hotel
Mt Kennel will make North Van-
' ouvei bis home in the future.
I   II. Kobinsbn, Seattle, is stop*
I |l||.i: .it till! I lil'li'' Hotel,
U Ni.h.iln- Imiley, iiirliitpcl,
and Mi i iiilitey, painter, liave
iciiiiivcd Iiniii  ilnn  |iieini-e- a,n
tin I""' officii ni l.nii-ilitli' nvonue, The
fun* ni'tt red l.u-ii'i- uill mill it decern-
Iiii' IVi it In Un. streets,
II   IV, Dick, of Mi'-i irl'ivt'tl in ilie
nli  llii-   'niii*; anil Intends spending
ti I't'iv day*, in a M'tiii-ljii-ini'.-.. u;iv. Mr.
Ilii'l, iinie- llilng, nie fl'.iiiii-liiiii; in
ni'ii mil Mission nnd let i- ngreettblj
Mlt| I   aa 11 ll   lllll   la'lilill   Joins   'Mi   III
t In*    \ liil.lt i a. I Ir-   I'tli   .mil   Hie   |ai"L'aa'-
1 li* -inr.   Iii- Iii-i  trip,
\ .*a*ii,i,il  iiieoling nf llu*  Sinlii  Villi*
convea   I'lmtliall  club  ivas  held   In
,1 s' len riHiiii* ni s o'l'lui'l, iiii Wed*
iiemlu) moiling, Dei'. I,i fm Hn* i"n|i'""*
uf nrriingbig let n concert.
PATHOS I/. E
the
HOARD OF Tli WE
BARBER SHOP
■ tii.
/ oii.'-ilnlc Ai'i m'l.
[lllllllll    to  ulli*   of  llli    lieu ill'll     nurtli I  III   FifSl lll'lll
Palace hotel
BtSI I'URNI&HCD IIOIIl   ON THC CIU8I
AN UP-TO-DATE
TOURIST RESORT
Rates: $1.50 PER
DAY ANI) DP
Special Hull's In faiilios and Regular Boarders
llnlf-hour lent ' iclion to und from Vtincniner,   Hot and cold
water In evert room,  Return call bells in nvery room,  Barber
shop iu conneclion,
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Sbcond .ii'Ri.KT,   -■•   -   NORTH   VANCOUVER, B, C.
1830
in
One of Canadas Strongest Financial Institution;.
iia.il Issels r.iei -t^ti (inn olio
saviny*. \i in-, ivi      ,      I all   .ii oa    i deposit ol ,*>.
.it ■ . i ai I * "i        avi       '•■ ounl   on  i in, h the
best rui Inl      I is paid oi addi al to tin
Principal *    thro      nth      Doprmil    nay hi  " ith
ilru : ' 'ti' "
iii.ni Accounts , ,         pencil      tin  n.iiiii  .'i it*" peisona
i   that    thei     a    lepi        i     thdi.n   ' Is   n nkini
- I   lot        ll   Hit '"I'M
Umikini*   bi   Milil. ii    .     list ui i       ' "'I
in dcposil      *    *      > li   i"     il     \\ ni'    I'ii
pari     '"
Savinijs Account* tu I         I everj thiee months
Office!  tm   lunsdalt t*t  jnii I s.'iuiniiii. North Vhiiiiiiivmi, B. I
ii i.'. ti*     i.i, M
British Columbia Electrit Railway Co., Ltd.
Cai   !■ * *   -   i ■ a   i ■•■     i   loi  bui   Avi nut   I '*.* nt) lirst
i i ..n dab . W incl    trcel  ind I" ith Road is lollow     li I ■,
:.      '   .     * .,   i      7:45 a, It      ' 1 * ■ 1   ni   '. i" a. in
.   , ■■      'tltt         1    tvill leavi   ' 'in n bur   1 ** nm
, • mi   and Wim h street and Keith Road
il 1"., mintiti   to llu ie ui and twi ntj livi minutt   pa 1 the hour.
1 ,,, i lcavi Nineti enth 1 tret 1 and ( hu a nshurj avenue, I wenty lirst
ttt ■ i and I ■ in"bil* avenm   \\ im h  tn el and Keith Uoad at (ollows
ba. iu . b i" a. 11 . , ■< m .     0 a. m., 8 a 111   8:43 a. 111. 11:15 a m 1
, ,   ., ■ ., a, m     Uti 1 'i i" a 111   ars li avi tin I errj Landing
1   ■ 1., .   * 1 I'., tin houi and twi nt. ininuti   to the hour
• g     ■    boat    '     1 ■ 1 bj tin  ■ u
Hotel North Vancouver,
,  * .  -. ■   -aI
■.,,1
brand
I oitrisl
lie ."ll
Up to date
Rati s
10 pel
IM,
Illitl lip
Spei ial
Rati ■ loi
I'am
and
I 1
',1  1
Fern Service Even Half Hour to and from lliis Hold
to \iiiiitiiiM'i. I'. 1.11 vi.. Prop
-inn*-   iii   lhe Thompson     blm I*. i
ll< .11    lllll   .III lll'l   oi' Sei nud   .-licet
jam.I   l.iiii-il.ile   UVKIlllll
I a.    I,iii,i    liilti, i,..-   it,.,,    i,,,n,,| '
»l,    TlllllV-ll'l)     I.a     I'll- -h'|     .1       t       \|
llllllll    I I, hall,all.ah    .       11|. I,
     "Ill   |„    |.,*,il,-,|  .,1   T,*lil|,li*i '	
mi  Ktnlilli    Iti'i'l    mid il Ii.'i    ii,',,a
Oo To
CH-, *|/t'*s i, ml 'It Hi A COOS
lillii   i  \MP.BEI.I
Pro-.
CO!
JON
i©
SPECIAL BARGAINS
I...*: i'iii- \vuniik—Between Fourth and Filth streets, cleared
lot, si/.e 25x130 lent, to a to-Iont alley, Price taooo. Terms one-third
cash, balance b and i. months.
I'lttt loot lot in same block fronting on Lonsdale avenue, Price
S.|i     Siinilai ternib,
( in n 11 in 11 Avenue—Near Fifteenth street, lot 60x150 leet.
bin a $5511     I ernis one third 1 .ish, balance in b and 1 /. months,
bin km Sit'-iKi ami Queensiiurv Avenue- Double corner on cm
line, niai.'taiii.int situation,   Prico faioo,   Terms 10 be arranged,
1.1.' 1A1 akeii Lots on Fourteenth Street—-Close to St.'An
draw's avenue, si/.e 50x157 each.   Price S450 each,   Easy terms
bn hi Street—Between Lonsdale and St. George's avenues, two
lots 50x140 each.    Price $i)Oo.   Easy terms.
I ox nn.i: Avenue—Lot 50x120, between Eighteenth and Nine
t' enili .inti',. Price 9(900. Terms one-third 1 ush, balance Ij and 1 -
in.mill -.
bu in'•■ii'i'.ri (ine block Irom Queensbur) avenue, two south
11 out loin, 50x137 each, to a -ao-foot alley, I'ii" 1550 each It'iiu*
one-third cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Sivrn Street—In block 8, 150 feet from yiietusbuiy avenm eai
line si.'I* -iiv 11 tn 11 m fool alley, south front, hm Won earl
I  i.ii.i.t,   la.iitii,,. i,  n.ii.iiiL.. 1111' .ni'i 12 months
,V   1 .    .,1 01 largi list cl properties in all parts of the city.
'\ ie.,1 ,■ clusi el 111 a ir. ■ in eit' properties and uan oftei yoe
tin ii   1 1 „t* .iin*-.11..I 111.1 in'.a.a t locations obtainable anywhere,
1 11, ,|.,i.,i. iia, solicited, or ln'll'i still .till .onl Ma 1 iis ,ind lei
1,   .1     .hi 1 bit ". Ii.ii i to otlei,
IRWIN S. BILLINGS CO. Ltd.
' nm. 1 lionsilak Ave itml lil'lli St.
nil. 16 NURTH VANCOUVklH
NEW Bl
AND POOL
PARLO
NEXT CIIY EIALI
1 SI   en uin *s BHANCH OV
THE WOMICNrt   .U'Ml.lAIIV
s.'iitu viMi.t r»«
Stilt* m Work
Tea
PLBL
ETIN
THURSDAY, DEC, uth
ai
STONED & II.MIHV s SHOP
I onadale Ivonue
Doon open 1   '.' p. in.  liiuh Ten
from n Ui K p, in.
T»a rielietn Onlj j.idiia
\i
?
».*">.•»
•
Rainier Beer^-
. 1 i:liiii|    lllll
■1      lllltll
aii     1   good        .■      ' ,.  Ktiiiu'i
PACIFIC   BOTTLING  WORKS
Y.'IIK'I II I \'l'l"     ti    L
ADDI    ETC    NOTE   THE
MT "LLO PRICES
ASIATIC tXCLUSION-j LEAOIE
Larson Pavilion, North Vancouver
Wednesday Evening 11 XL
™ NEXT, AT ft |).m., DECEMBER 11   I 11
(hairman,   His  Worship  Mayoi   kealv
MAN!   PKOMMNI   sPHhliJ.)
IHL BIRNING Ul I SI ION 01  I Mi DAY
All ARE EARNESTLY INVIIED W AMEND
ADMISSION  IREE
$110 $125 $150 & $175 "He|p to keep this a
PER   BOX '
j. A. WI'MILLAN, GRO  ER
Corner Esplanade and Eonadali Avenue
WhiteMan'sCountry"
,\llTirniMI)VH!HTlll!S
CHIN'    rKN'DKHS    luperwi     I
0 liii'liT 'ail M'l I    lloUK,"   mil
'*" i *    * 111 llii I Ion ihi'i'iiioi (\	
■ it i -londay, the
Iniil |i,',,'inl..'i.  lim,.  lur tlie erei'liiili
liiii'l I'liuii'leiioit oi ii Inrge uncruoni
fmini! icliool lm  ui   l.yiin  Vttlli'v,
j North Vtint' otter, Rlclllliuntl Llt'eloriul
Dlilrlct,
Plana, i|icclfiealloni, contract uml
("riii-iiitenilrniiiiv lie iixin on and utter
tin* lllli  Iall ial llei'iiiiliel,   1007.  Ill lllll
iiilli'i'i nl ihe iiiulit'i Inaneetor, Vnncou*
ver. ol .1. /,. McNaugltt, Kk|., Kocretary
lol the Hci I Hoard   Vorilt Vancouver,
1 ni'i -ti il • Und ■  I Works Department, Victoria, H. i .
Knch proposal mosl hu accompanied
by nn accepted hank > lieque or certificate ol de|Hiiit on a clinrlerod I'ftnk cl
Canada, made payable to the Honorable
iia. iiiiif Cointnluloner for n sum
cniiivnicnt to ton percent, ol the amount
of tin* tender, which shall lie forfeited if
lhe party tendering decline to enter Into
contract when called upon to do so or it
he luii iu complete the work contracted for* The cheaiuoa or cerilflcatett
of depositolunsuccoialul tendorors will
i*e returned to thom upon the execution
01 lh■■ eolitrui'l
TetiiitTH tvill not be considered unless
niii'l ton lorrns supplied, signed with
tho Actual signature ol tlio tenderer, and
enclosed In llio ouvelopos furnished.
Tin i'itio-i nl nny tender not neces*
sarily accepted.
I'. Ii. il "ti 11:
Public iViiiks Engineer,
Uuds ni'i Work- Department, Vic
• ,n„, ll f.. lilt lieieinhtr. IUII7
\\ UL MS
SEEDS,
TREES,
PLANTS
IOR I All PI ANTING
reliable varieties at reasonable prices
Fertilisers, Deo Supplies, Spray Pumps,
Spraying Material, Cut Flowers, etc,
Oldest established nursery on till
mainland ul British Columbia.
Catalogue Iros
M.J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES AND SEEOHOUSES.
VANCOUVER, B 0
Como iu ainl see ivhal you cun ijet in
our eity. We can compare favorably
witli any Btoro ol "iir duo on the Pacific
e**,l t
(inr Crockery und Glassware Depart
ineiil in now ready (or Inspection, nlso
nn ile'ainl Inn oi leivelty.
All ive ask is, tlo not go lii Vancouvei
fm anything In *"tr lino till you hnve
paid n ii ii "i Hi loyal to North , an
couver,
JAS. GRAHAME & CO.
PAINTRR8 ANIi Paprrhanoi ws
Murai, Decorators
Gkaini.ks    GlaZIBR!    Shins
LONSDALE  AVENUE,
Oil'.  I3TII  SlKKKT.
WOOD EO BURN
1 ml in your orders now lor Iny
(.  tin-Cut Clear Fir,
'.'■ •■' longths, por cord, delivered..♦0,00
I    'ltvoi.il, li'iiuihs, ilelivert"! H.SO
NO. I SHINGLES
In stock,   Immediate delivery,
Cor.83rd st, ninl Lonsdale Ave.
|jff"i.eiivc orders st IValdron's hard'
witrn store,

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