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VOLUME 7.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1909.
NUMBER tt
CITY COUNCIL
Mayor May presided at the
regular meeting of the city
council on Monday evening. Aldermen McRae, McNeish, Young
Dick, Hraim and Schultz were
present.
The provincial secretary sent
a letter advising council ol the
lollowing appointments: License commissioners, Aid. S.D.
SchulU and A. R. Steacy; police commissioners, Aid. McNeish and C. F. Jackson.
Geo. H. Halse, secretary ol
the B. C. Telephone Company,
wrote, in explanation of the unsatisfactory conditions obtaining oi late with reference to ehc
local telephone service. Council
was of opinion that the iwo
most important items, wei -,ihe
high lets charged (or com.i.iiu
cation with Vancouver i-nO il.e
practically useless condition of
the system during the evming
hours.
T. M. Heard wrote, in u-ply
to a letter Irom the council, to
the eflect that both the steamer
St. George and the North Vancouver had been duly inspected
as to lile saving appliance, and
that the boats and gear were
overhauled regularly once a
week. Aid. SchulU questioned
Manager Heard, who was present, concerning drilling the
men in lowering the boa'*., md
ascertained that no such ixci-
rises are held. On motion oi
Aid. Young, the clerk iva instructed to write the a.l thc
general with relerence to tin- enforcement ol the clause g< . 1,-
ing this matter.
Fire Chiel EmmersoB wrote
to the lollowing eflect, thai the
hrigsdt'.i Sre ir need .>( additional equipment in the way ol
apparel, marhinr tools, etc. ;
that the bell on No. 1 hall lie
removed to No. 3 hall, and that
a siren, operated hy compressed
air, lie placed on No. 1 hall ;
thai 13th slreet is in nnd uf
repairs, snd that it would
greatly assist the department
in the matter oi night calls il
arrangements could tie made
with the B. C. El. Ry. Co., to
turn on the lights in case of an
alarm alter one o'clock a.m.
The item as to 13th street was
referred to the board ol works,
and the other items lo the lire
and light committee.
Thc eity engineer wrote, to
thc effect that thc bridge over
the creek on Keith roud, near
the mission, is insecure ul ine
casl end, and recommending
that the water lie diverted to
run under thc H C. El. Ky.
bridge, and thai the city bridge
be extended a distance of I)
leet, board ol works to act.
C. M. Kittson wrote, requesting that the petition lor a sidewalk on 1,sih street east be
given early attention; relerred
lo thc board ol works.
A letter Irom Alexander Phil
ip, advised the council that
Reeve McNaught nnd Councillor
Cordon had l***»*n app..inn.I to
the uiiiiiiiiiliT with reference to
the renewal ol the V W I Y
charter, and asking the city to
co-operate. Aldermen Schult;.
and Dick were ap|xiiiited to act
on the committee.
A letter was read Irom the N
V. Ferry & Power Co., advising
the council that the direilms
are willing to meet the council
and to endeavor to arrive at a
solution ol difficulties. The
annual meeting nl the lotiip.un
would Ih* held on Feb. Iftth, al
which representatives ol the
eastern shareholders would be
present, vested with lull power
to act, and it would be advisable to have a scheme readt lo
submit, il possible. It was arranged that the ferry committee
of the council meet with the
committee appointed In the
district council, at three o'clock
on Tuesday sfternnun, and that
Ihe -"iiilnn..1 committee meet
the directors ol the coinpanv al
four o'clock nn thc same   Sat)
It was further derided that the
committee report to the ratepayers' meeting to bc held on
j Tuesday evening.
' M. B. Dull wrote, enclosing
j bill lor )I50 Ior medical allcnu-
'ance, incurred by his wile in
stepping oll the sidewalk some
months ago. Mr. Dull was asked to meet council in commitlee
of the whole at the close ol thc
session.
j A letter Irom J. Loutet, sec-
; relary ol the bowling duo, was
'read, uesiring lo arrange a tort
I year lease 01 portions ol una
1 wa gardens, with tne privilege
ul i,*iu mg me same anU erecting
, a pavilion thereon, subject lo
approval by the council. The
dul.) was asked to meet Hit
committee ol the whole at 111c
close ol tlie session.
A petition was presented ioi
an arc light al llie corner ol 911.
street and St. Andrew's avenue,
lire and light committee to report.
P. Larson addressed the council and requested that the ravine on the Esplanade, near his
hotel, be filled in, and that
Keilh road, irom .Malum ave.
lo the Mission, be repaired, lt
was ordered lhat the board 01
works gang Ik- pul upon repair
work, with a view to doing tins
and other necessary work.
On motion of Aid. Dick, the
linance committee was instructed to look inlo the matter 01
opening 2nd slreel, from bt.Andrew's to St. PaUick's ave. An
accounl of the linance committee lor balance ol assessor's salary, was passed.
The waterworks con-milt..
was empowered to proe^ ifuo-
latlons from local firms loi
5000 lui ol one-half uuh galvanized iron pipe, and also lo
put in a two inch meter at llu
Wallace shipyards.
The motion oi Alderman Dick
lo reconsider lhc molioh to
complete .ird street, was put
and declared lost.
The contract ior nth slreel
was on molion accepted as complete.
The lollowing draft ol a motion was relerred to the city
solicitor for his opinion, as to
whether it would Ik wise Ior
council to consider il, wilh a
view to passing the sunn, iliai
in the opinion ol this council,
navigation on lhe walc-rs 01
Burrard Inlei should la- Iree ami
open to all cralt, conloriiiing to
tin government regulations as
lo the safety ol pu.ssengers.
That lhe continuance uf any
111.1i1up.1l1 lor the carrying 01
l-asxengcrs and Ireighl beiwwn
Ihe cities of Vancouver anu
Norlh Vancouver should be .k
precateJ."
The bylaw to amend clause I]
ol the local improvement bylaw, was lurther considered,
and relerred lo the city solicitor
for his opinion.
The bylaw engaging the nil
engineer was reconsidered aim
linally  passed
In 1 "imu 11 tei of the »lu.le,
Mr. Dull was heard with regard
10 his claim (or medical lees,
and the matter was relerred tn
the linance committee, wilh
|>nwrr to act. The inattei ul
repairing sidewalks in danger
ous places was referred lo Iiu
engineer to report.
The 3rd slreet properly owners conlerred with the council
on Wednesday rvening, relativi
to the ,trd slreet contract.
William Monleii spoke with
relerence to the location ol the
water pipes. .1. A. Alexander
Iwelt upon the desire of the
owners Ior a permanent gia.l.
A. W. Sargent, Geo. Eastman,
Jesse Williams, f, C, Keith, f.
11 Smith and others spoke upon various phases of the work.
It was finally resolved that
the city engineer lie instructed
to prepare a profile lor a -ar
nianrnt   grade   on   tlie   entire
street, starting from a wharl
level at the waterfront; that
the contractors be requested to
wait until the engineer has
made his report, and that another meeting be called as soon
as the pi..lile is ready,
The mayor anil aldermen wm
all present at tlie adjourncu
meeting ol the city council lasi
evening. The city clerk ol V ancouvcr nolilied council ol a
meeting of the harbor improvement committee this (Kuiay/
afternoon.
ln response to a letter, the
membership iee oi ten dollars,
lor the union ol Canadian municipalities, was ordered paid.
A letter Irom the secretary oi
the telephone company, mloriii-
cd the council that the directors
are not at present considering
any reduction ol rates.
ihe application ol C, A. Lell
Sl Son, lor a crossing on Lonsdale on thc south side ol IBt
street,was relerred to the boaru
of works.
A letter Jrom Russell & Russell, to the ellect that on behali
ol Mr. Cook, owner ol D.L. &51,
they inlend to apply to set a-
stde the city's water record lot
Lynn creek, was relerred to the
city solicitor.
Secretary J. R. J. Murray
forwarded a copy ol lhe resolution, passed at lhe ratepayers
meeting with reference lo the
lease 01 Lonsdale ave. wharf;
liled fur relerence.
The city solicitor wrote, advising council against considering thc drait resolution re burrard Inlet; liled.
A. G. Perry, manager li. C
El. Ry. Co., wrote, requesting
the extension ol lite water mam
on 3rd street across St. uuvid *.
avenue; relerred to thc waterworks committee.
lhe police commissioners forwarded a list ol their recommendations, with estimates attached, totalling l4$ftr, adopted.
Alderman Dick inlurmed tlu
council thai two gentlemen
from the east arc now on the
ground, representing 55 per cent
ni the stock ol thc N. V. Ferry
&. Power Company, and are desirous oi having an interview lo
see what can Ik- arrived at. Un
motion it was decided to
arrange a conference at a date
to be agreetl upon.
Mayor May reported the necessity oi immediate repairs lo
Keith road; board oi works to
act.
Tenders for iron pipe were
read as follows: N.V. llardwari
Co., Ior 1000 lots, a'.i cents;
5000 lots, a\ cents. I'aine &
McMillan, ior 5000 lots, $4.15
per loo leet.
A rccoiiiineiiilatiun of the lire
and light committee, ior the installation ol an arc light at
the corner ol yth and St. Aniline's, was atlopted.
Tlu* bylaw to amend ilaiise I.S
nl lhc local improvement In I.m
wa.s reconsidered and luialli
passed.
 1	
IIOKTICII.TIKAI, DANCE
lt is lhc mteiiliuii n| the
llorlic'illitral society to hold a
dance 111 their pavilion on Monday etching, Feb. 22, tickets loi
wlinh are selling so readily ihal
ihere promises to be a handsome surplus over ami above
the expenses. Arrangements
have been made for a late car
and ferry tu Vaiicuiiver aflei
llu- dance, ami llarpur's on lies
tra has been engaged. llie
event will be one ol the social
functions of the season. Tickets
may he had from any of tin
committee.
SOCIAL PAKTV
11. Pierce, Keith road, gave an
invitation parti this week I" .1
large crowd, Mrs. J, Davis assisting in serving lunch, etc.
.1. N. J, Hrown ailed as liom
manager, and the champion
proved himself as capalhle as
with the oars.
The lollowing were present :
W. and Mrs. Conway, C. and
Airs. Patent, Miss A. Kirkpatrick, Miss F. Kirkpatrick, Miss
A. Cray, MissiM. lilamliarp,
li. and Mrs. Page, L. anil ..lis.
I'age, D. Plant, Miss i1,. t'age,
.nrs. F. Kealy, C, McKoy, j.
i-im,,, Miss v. Flora, Vi. i'arker, T. I'age, Mrs. Anderson,
allrs. McKtver, .Mrs. R. tirown,
J. and Mrs Kirkpatrick, Alisses
E. and L. Nahau, l_. r.agie,
Miss J. Eagle, C. Uioi:c, \,.
Nye, Mrs. is. McCirvcre, all 01
wiiom declared they spent an
enjoyable time.
bince the above, Mr. Pierce
lias had the misloriune lo cut
ms loot, and has been cunlineu
to his bed
HICH CLASS RiiUTAL
The citizens are to have an
opportunity next iucsUay evening, Feb. ib, ol Ilea.iug Mies
Helen Dadgley, wno is collsiu-
ered one oi tne lore-most 111 iei-
preters appearing on the puDlie
stage. Larson s pavtliou has
oeen secured lor tne event, anu
the lady will appear under Hit
patronage ol Mayor anil Mrs.
slay, supported by the leaning
citizens ol thc city. Miss lladg-
ley recently entertained a
i.ugc and fashionable audience in the S. oi E.
hall, Vancouver, with Mayoi
uouglas as patron. ln speak-
ing ol the allair The Saturday
.-sunset said; "The beauty, the
simple grace, elegance, reline-
iiienl and strength of Miss
Helen Hadgley's work at her introductory recital, which was
given last Friday evening at
the Suns' oi England hall were
exceptional. Miss Badgley as
an interpreter ol literature has
no equal in this country. She
is natural, creative, convincing,
sure of touch and unusually
magnetic. When an artist does
things as easily and conluleiitly
U she it is diiiictill for a critic
to Iind Haws. It is certainly to
be hoped that Vancouver maybe able to hear her again and
often. The hall was tilled by
an unusually distinguished audience, the patrons being Mayor
Douglas and ex-Mayor bethune.
The very llaturing reception
given her by the cultured and
musical people ol the uly assures her iulure success here.
She had several double and
triple recalls ami 11 as present cil
wilh a handsome bouquet ol
carnations."
In her recital here on tne
loth, Miss Dadgley will have
the assistance ol a company ol
capable musicians from \ ancouvcr.
KINDNESS   AITREUAII-.I/
The Express has Iniil requested lo give publicity lo the ac-
ompanyuig letter aud, in doing
so, is conlidenl that the ratepayers cordially eniluise lliis
timely assislanie given this neu
anil very important local halts
trial institution
"To the secretary nf lhe
Nortli Vnncouver Liberal As.su
11.ition. Dear sir,-Will you
kindly convey to the members
ol tour association our thanks,
lot  their  kindly   assistatue   in
pi.Hiuing the King Edward
dredge, lor tha purpose ol dredging oul the foreshore at our
yard. We are very anxious 1..
get the Waj s 111 operation at is
early a date as possible, ami the
liniely arrival ol the tli edge Will
no doubt help us oul considerably. \ours truly, Unl
lace Ship) arils Limited, per
.lames I). W. Fleming."
I.O.O.F. AT  HOME
The officers and members of
thc local lodge of Oddfellows
are issuing iiwitntiuns to their
At Home, to bc held in the K.
P. hall on the evening of Thursday, Feb. |H. Card games will
be provided, together with an
excellent concert programme.
Refreshments will lie served
during the evening.
The flouting has this week
been laid on the new Cites
wharf.
The King Edward dredge has
been busy all week covering 111
the ways al the Wallace snip-
yards.
Will the party who gol a loan
ol the long 1.111.u-l num lhe telephone Co., kiiiuly return Baku
at once.
.ti 10111.1 Studio, Hastings anu
11 "mi'i streeis, unuel u oucu
11,111. Caomet    puuii.gi.ipi.s
ri-y lK'r mum anu up.
lhe Eagles Mill hum a
masque lane nail on tutiiiisu.u
evening nexl, the even I uciu*-,
held 111 ihfeir hall on ivspiaiiam.
ihe N. V. jerry ta Power to.
announce thai ine regular i,,,i.
hourly schedule ol' lhe lerry s\ s-
lem will commeuec tomorrow.
The regular uit-eitng 01 uie 1,.
t.l.U. will be iiciu ou ttecines-
iiay alternoon next, al mice u -
clock, al lhe resilience 01 airs.
M. 11. Martinson, isl streei,east
ul Lonsdale.
G. A. Boult is building sevei-
al modern houses lur lciual pur-
puses, un iM slreet east, near
ine power house. One 01 Hie
nouses is practically completed
and ready ior rental.
Arrangements are being iiiauc
with berg. Major 0. H. ouioui,
lhe noled bouih An u an soluier,
liunier and lecturer, lo giu a
series ol lectures 111 lhe Meihu-
uist church early nexl week
Hie Voung 1'eoples' club.aitci
a lively debate 1 uesday evening
decided that Durturd niiei
should be made an open port,
iiiiiiaiii 1 limp chaiiipioncti lue
.itinnuti\ 1- and Gavin Mattel
the negative.
Nexl  Thursday evening, H-b.
iBih, the N. \. Dramatic   oo-
ciciy will give a variety ciaer-
lainiiicni 111 Larson s pavilion,
lhe programme ollercd is  musl
attractive and tvill doaMlaaa
draw a large audience.
A committee, representing tu,
Capilano improvement association, was in colilercuic with uu
illstrnt cnuneil on lucsdai
evening, Willi relerence lo a
salislaclory adjustment ol expenditures as liciwccii Un dii
lercnt porliuns ol the disiriu.
Thc committee eumpnscd Uias.
Nelson ol Vancouver, W. .1. Irwin and John Lawson.
Freeman Cummer, ul 171I1
street, was the victim ol an BC-
iident recently, which loriun-
ali'ly mlliitea but slight injuries. Mr. e.11111 mer leu Irom
a se .iiiulli, a distance of about
twelve leet, upon a hardwood
lloor, striking on his right suu
and shoulder. He renind a
severe shaking up and some
luiuscs, uliiili nave put lum upon an enforced holiday  let a
while.
At the spinal general liieiiing
ui tin* board oi trade, held on
I uesday evening, the appointment ol lieslili'lll D. li link as
n picsclilalive oil llie delegation
now being iorined, undci the
auspices ol  llie  Vaiiiouvci  uly
council, to proceed to Ottawa
ill colineclluli Willi harbor improvements, was 1 "illumed.
Certain rccoiiuiiiiulutiniis wetBj
adopted relative lo the siuiul
matters which l'rcsidilit Dick
will lake up with the dominion
government.
A visitor in North Valiiouver
Tuesday wa.s I, Chappell, ol
Calgary, Alia. About a >e.u
ago he purchased 11 acres ol
land near Seymour creek, and
came out now to have a look at
it. ln view ol the probability
ol a bridge at Second Narrows
and other big cnterpri/.cs in
sight, it is needless to say Mr.
Chappell feels well satisfied
with his purchase. He believes
all the Alberta grain will dm
a market by way ol Hurrard Inlet, making it the largest ami
busiest port in Canada.
An eflort is to be made to establish a temple ol the Pythian
Sisters here.
C. Choice, has lelt for Barnard, where he will Ih- employed ior some tune.
Mt and Airs. .1. MiT.eod, ol
Shoal bay, are spending a lew
days in the uly.
Tickets lor the Horticultural
Society's dance, on the and,
are lreely selling.
lhe forager was in porl ou
Saturday loaded with icedstuiis
lor uie I5rackman-h.cr U>,
Miss I* 1,1 mi 11, ul Missiun
city, will spend some time visaing iriends in 1-iorih Vancouver.
lhe Modern Vtoouuicn 01 ue
miiui nave an uiganuer ueie,
ciicicaw.11 iug lu e-siauliMi a
lodge
J. J. McAleece, dry goods
aiiciclljlli, puipUMSI cieciaug a
lesiueuee 111 Um Hear luiuie, ull
ms piupeiiy, 011 14111 fusel
west.
BU. aim .uis. llainian nave
this week moved miu men ie-
sidcUee IU lUc Capualiu insillci
west. lliey have \a i.eauiuui
localioii oiciiookiug i-.iignsn
bay.
Al lhc regular meeting ol lhe
I'ytluaii louge 1 uesday cveiiuig,
nue candidate was advanced 10
the sccund rank. Ou lue . 'in
the members and then lady
iriends will join with the lodges
111 \ ..in ou ver in an claboralc
celc-bration ol the Pythian anni- v
versary.
A Francis Willaid Meiuoiial,
111 lhe lorm ol a social euler-
ijiiimcnt will be given by uie
tt.C.T.U. on Thursday evening
next, in lhe Meihodisi cnuicu,
corner M. George's and 4lh. A
good programme wiili ngue re-
iresliiueuis will be proviued. .1
collection will be taken, .tlayor
tt. 11. May will preside.
The box social and dance held
by the lire-men, in the ivagics
uall, lasl evening, mew a large-
crowd aud was uioruughly enjoyed. There were about sixty
hums, Hum iiliun the hei piu-
cceds weie >bo. 1 lie music was
provided by Prol. Nurubeiger 01
Vancouver, ,uid the danuiig was
lonliuuiil lo an early hum.
Alexander J» luwnsiey repoil
really moving quite treaty, pai-
UCUlarly  111  liloeks aitjawul    to
Moodyville,   Minih   is regarded
as ihe mule oi activity ior v.
tt. \ \ operations shinny, in
block Hin, subdivision 274, ihey
have   sold  14 lots in lue pasl
tare weeks.    Iks lois laca  on
1st street antl realized >IJoo
each.
At the request ol llu easlein
sloikliolilers ol lhe N. V. 1-eliy
\ 1'outi l..mpany, wlm anal ptes.nl Int. lium Ioninto,
liesiilclil D. li. Dick has lalled
a muling ol the I....111I ..I Hade,
al lour u cluck in inoiiow i.-*ai-
ordayj aiiinmon, in tha   uiy
llall, lol Ule pill pose ol aicoru-
lllg ihese IcplcsilllallliN au op-
poliuuily lu exj'iess Hun Hews
icUlivc to leri)  nutlets.
Mr. Mlllel ami Ml. PsTT), extensile slui km.I.Ills 111 the N.\ .
1-crry fc 1'uwci Company, i.ni
who n.i,. arrived uom lorouio,
to allcllt! llu annual iiieciitig ul
lhe company on Muiuini, spent
some nine 111 the city yisleniai,
aiqllaUlllllg lliiluselles Willi tile
comiii ions imm the view point
ol lhc ratepayers, ihey hold
voting options on 55 per icut
ol the slock ol lhe eulnpauy.
The third sailed leillal Will
be given in St .lolin'a church
on Moiiduv Hilling, at N p.m.
Miss I'.n suns, Miss t,ibbings,
and Mr. Iliirrup, Irmn Vancou-
ui, will sing, 111 addition to
Mrs. llewelt, Mr. Hooley and
other members ol the church
ihoir. Sullivan's "0 Gladsome Light,'' Irom the "(iolden
I/Cgend," will Ik- sung by the
full choir. An oficrlory will
be taken for the general fund. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
THK EXPRESS
North Van.oi vkk. B. C.
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Cwmuci Aawaawaaaaata—lane *r
ran****] a.. imHnf i" **i'*i''- lakaa.
Allthtllfetla .ontriul n.lv rti.eiui-iil'
must Ih* in il" li.ui'1* "I tin- prill-*-! lu
IV«|ii,i..I.i wi .tu nu t.'.-ii-iiri-|'iihli.'«lii i
in the Mil I*-'"-
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IIKIDGK AND RAILWAY
111   iil.lel    1"   u.ii'i\     l"    tlu
peoplo oi Nurtli Vancouver thc
latest and must authentic in-
iorinatiuti, relative to possible
bridge and railuay develop
llliilts at Second Narrows ainl
iiii tlie north shore, a lepn-siTit-
attve   ol   The   BlftBSS   Mailed
upon A. Iv Wnuds, tnanafing
directm- ol tha V.W. & V. rail-
m.ii, and vas cordially (ranted
an interview.
in response lo a ijnestion relative tO tha prulu-Mc ,.iv Uii
ship ..I iln- proapactive brid|e
at Second Narrows, Ur, Woods
.stated iln caae, ia aubetanct as
iulluws. The iluiuiiiioii govem*
uieni had luiisiilcred the cun*
sti in tum ol a railway bridge
at thai point ol sulliuenl import.nue to Icdetal intcresls  to
giant a siiiisuK ior its construe*
tion,    Imt    llial    subsidy    was
gratitcil specifically lur a rail
May btlilgc lo ii deaignated railway company, namely, tha  V
f. iV  v. kv.    This raihraj
iiiliip.inv is qnitf ready to Heat
with the provincial government
or with nay municipality or individual loiiienuil, lor the ioii-
stiuition ol a combined i.ui-
way and tr.tllu bridge at this
puint, so llial lhe structure
may be made ol the greatest
I'ussiiiK* benefit lu ihs publii at
large, lml in any Mich Bffotia
Uutis, tin*    i.iilwai    ininpani
na,uld not consider aa) propo
aition that   would jeopardizi
the subsidy which haa ulic.uh
1'itii glallteil.
Asked   ll    In    though!     lillle
lias a leastlile inelliu.l l,\  mIu.Ii
Join) ownership ia stub a bridge
lould In* arraaged, llr. Woods
replied lhat, pereoaall), ha did
llul  sic  aaj   lllSlllHT.ll.le  .lllllllll
ly  iii  llie  w.i)   ul  stuIi an  nr
raageucal     it might be   at
ranged   between   Iha   railwaj
rom pen)   ..ml   the   provincial
government by a commuaitj oi
interests, b) iin.iii.s ol a ia ni.ai
Ot ui joint control, The bridgi
mighl l.i- vested ut a separate
l.n,ml ui trustees lor lhe joint
owners. The relative cost ol
construction and ol mainlcn-
ance could cusilv be reduced te
a mathematical baaia,and equit
ably adjusted .is between   the
parties.
Mr. Woods w.is then intcrru-
gated with ralerenee to tin pro
liable earlv  beginning ill ...n
■i*ii'*n operatioei for a rail-
M.n   bridge,      Relerence   was
Blade to tin lact that  an  ,m-
lluttiKiTiient had lieen made,   to
the clli it that the V W. ,\Y K'i
i o would begin wort oa detail
ed plans lm sin h a bridge in tin
spring; that thc coupletioa  ol
these  plans   llnlll.I   OCCUp)     pel
llaps tWO lllulltlis. ami ihal uill-
struiiion operations would then
begin at once.     Ml  Woods   as
seiiieii t.. the accuracy ul these
.statements, and added thai, m
puint ol lact, considerable Work
upon the detailed plans bad already been dune. 1 lie coinpanv
had likewise exhaustively discussed the details ul a loliilillied
railwaj and Irallic bridge win,
their engineer, Air. Ua.iuell, B)
Whom lhe 1-laser hut MlUgl
was designed ami iuiisIiucUti,
anil was in poaBBBSlOB ul all UU
salient l.nt.s liialiu 10 stun a
sllUeilllc.
A attar) with relerence io ma
Usll  nl   Hie  repl eseu la mis    IM
lastiTu capital, in uounecuon
Uilh tin Mail  l„iM- 1'olUT Co.
ami uu- l. *. ** If- Railway,
aticiiad ibe miuiTii.iiinn uiai
ilii.si ii'picsiTllaliu-s Hail aimed, as expected; that lhe]
aad   laniiiii)   goaa   una   "«
a.iule plopostllOll llllllll llTllili
,ng ii. tin- cast, and lhat tugu-
iiatiuiis  were  pruiieuiug  saus-
lactoruy,   uui   mai  mc  emit-
panics eolleenicil ale nul ill -jci-
UUoa lu uiahc any iiuuie.
slaleUliTll at UK picseni  i,..,i
.Ur.  uuods was ...sum,     ..s U
a lael  llial  Ule   \ . tl. ci   ' *  aj
eu, puipuscs seeaiag aa aauu-
ilun ol us cuallcl uUiitig nn
pieM.nl session ol ihe uuuiiiiii'i.
iiouse. tu w lliiil lie replied
ilial ll was a laei lliul au ajc
plicaiiuil wullld be mam lul au
extension   Ol   UU   mailer   mm
respect to UH'braach usee, uat
not with icspc-ei iu lue main
line, aiiil as uie Dlanili uucs an
all un UU nm lliun poiliiui oi
iiie line, nuiiaru mm is Bin
particular!) tateresiea inwau,
in    discussing     Ule    pro,.a.ui
loss to me \ .u. av i. ay. oi
llie clause, gunning UK rigai "'
punliasc B riglll-oiway aunig
llie.Notlll I.iliu.Uiil iiaiiTliu.il
al pines Wlllill onlallliTl loui oi
,ive years ago, should u oc ni-
icssaiy lor mat cmup.iin 10 aj*«
ply lot all cxicliMtili ul Ule Uia,-
tu lor llieir mam line, Mr.
Hoods did noi CPU Side!  UK item
ui uiy great moment io uu
lailuay lOllipall*. UTal, bccau-i
the iharter units maiiy iuui-
dleils nl miles and, coiise-i-ueui-
i\, to uu- compan.) mcea locai
n.n.uu.ms au ul uiiiy illiiiieTiia.
lllipullaliu, allll, SeeOlully, Be-
caUSC suui mailers ai'c   usii.tu;
relerred io arbitratioB sayway,
and lt was nol tllullglll in,..
such a Uatise ill tne UiaricT
would material.) liuiucncc a
iioalii ul .illnllaiii.n, inusinikh
as cxpcllclicc goes lu sllnw lllal,
111 sUeh eases, lallna) luliljiall
us tillimalti) luivc lo pay wn.ii
sUill  lands an*  wm III.
ccs ensuring a large tonnage
iiniii the very oataet, The roaa
will also tap territory    wBosi
lumbar wealth is thai iar in.u-
eesslDlc. iiu. Utinbar owns a
nail ol llnri) square miles ui
uiiar on Uie .u.iiuijiuiui nui,
said tu be one ul lue mosl nn-
itaiiie propoaiuona in avruia.,
Columbia, uiiter umber pro-
poSltloas wuuul also duiu
equal advantages trout uu
iiuiiding ul llu pluJceTcu lun,
especially as u wuiun upc-n up
a termor) exclusively t-nou*
iar) to mis city,   ine raitwa)
Mill be ol sl,iiiii,.1.1 gauge, aim
iilllel sicalll ur uccuKiiy m.n
nc UUI1/.CTI. .1 iiaieipuwel u„
ilie .ilaiuijUalii 11 vel capaidle ui
developing JOOO liui-.sepower,iias
ijccn loiaieii, a i|Uaiiluy amply
sulliuenl lo |Uppl)'   lhe  elcnil
Call    iTIUgl     ll'l     llllllllllg    llCTglll
and passenger trains.
Aniuiugh lm.itiuit surveys
have nul yei been made, uu
synilicatc lias sccuied much valuable dala about UU grades
Hhiili would have lo be sui-
lliuliitlcd,  as  well  as ill legalu
lu ihe reaoarces ui ths snure
territory including tha ranching
and (arming country ia Fstaber-
lou mead-OWS, It has already
been ascertained that the runic
via Seymour creek valley al
lords no sctiuits engineering uu
liiuiiies, aad that the teat m
construction will bc Iar beloa
the original estimates.
Thc cutisliuciiun ui the proposed railway will lead to
greatly advaacc thc well being
ol Nortli VaiiiuliuT, and   there
is every* aisslllallie   thai   upua
tiuns oil  the line will be   mm
menced at an earlv dale.
Insure
Your Life
in tbe
POYAL
Insurance Co.
1
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Innil I'li-iinni*,   Siniii|i iiii.l Itmk
UhUltillg. Kxlr.i ..ire n, ir hosier.
aii dsmsajM muiii' k'""'*
I'MIT.liY M K N T     A I*. IC Ml
• ltd St.   Wsaat Df ' n.Ki.l   le
I'll   Hon   ..
iim|),son t' Wight
N II 111 It V III N
iiiiii Stkbut \Vu8i, South Vim*.i vn;
PRIZE WINNERS
Royal Standard Flour Coupons
The lollowing ten numbers have heen drawn from duplicates
ui the coupons which lelt our mills during January*:
Trees, Slu ulna, U*,*..-. I*l*,ii.*riu.' I'laiiU
S|ii.iiiii|i,   Pruning, liar.la.»   laid Mil
-|'rii'in*i uml I'riu.iii*.' ilu-uld lie.l'.ii.'
In in nmi t'.Mnr.'l..   s.e us nt one*,
28415
17000
5666
28201
7423
25766
26307
27579
27775
25993
■ *. fa-— ':*gT*,*V
IVT   WaV*
We KiHcil ihe bwltiea '  Mnoufftduteit,
i'n          indothtri *   < re- ; i   '■ i   i ■
•y i f luving llieir Ntml I | ti..-.
bjrKjtpert*  Prrlin^naiyr,'- ■   ■-   ;
'p. Our Invmtor'b Aj '   "',■
■ii -it. MnrinnaftMnriin, '' " '   ■'  *Vo
il-   \l,.iil'f»l   twIWaaMn ,n   IjO   11 •  i
COAL
COAL
NEW \VI*:l.l.lNGTON Coal
dlreal   Irian   the   ini.en.
I'l.iee u.iir ord. H I*"ii .1 .1
-ii nn* your «Inter', a |*|.la.
I.a.re'e lliiuineiila > i I a.riiie
in . I* « I.* -. Pri, a - nulii
l.ai ■_',■ | i'|.li ul V, null
ill a. ni*. on ha.i"l
P. LARSON
Ila.1.1 N..i'!i \ ..in "in. i
Telephone No ^.
To each person returning the coupons hearing any of thc a-
liovc BUmbcra arc will, as previously advertised, deliver free of
all charges, a handsome dinner set ol 109 pieces.
CIT THIS OUT AM) KBBF P01 KKFERKNCK.
RKMEUBKR all tbc coupons hearing the aliove numbers have
left our mills, lull some may still he in the hands of the dealers, l'ri/.cs will he awarded no matter when the lucky coupons
are rc-tuiiii'd.
DON'T P0RGKT we are giving away 10 sets of dishes every
month, and every .pilli sack olRoyal Standard contains a coupon.
VaNCOIVLR MILLING & GRAIN CO., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,    B.C.
MMt Axe of George'?
♦*)♦♦♦♦♦♦< ;-x-*X"X":-x-:"X' •y.-<"<-<'">'>M<^M^&f-wwtf$
FOR FIRST-CLASS
GROCKRIBa ^^^ /~1rto
PROVISIONS QO TO
P1S8BBTE0 MlvATS
canski. coons    MJCiMILLAN'^
ANI) FRflTS
CORNKR I.ONSDAI,!''.
AND KSl'I.ANADK
AGENTS
R.iu.u.n 1 r m-.\ .imi k
llu miniuiatioii relative   iu
lhc   , >ni.*-.11 lie 11,,11   ol   a   lalll.'..u
up SiMiiutii ink, 1.1 connect
with tn. 11.i.r., ijisi given mi
the j.111,iii i.y  iiu tuprcaa,   la
li"»   hung  unlily   1,iiii.ism" * *■
V. 11110 in ei  PBUCTB making liim..
ol il.     1 lu .ip|.!ii,,u.'ii mi    ....
ill.lltll   is Hull   1.1 luii   ill.   legis
I..tin. .11 t Muii.1 .nm 11111 111
graiiieii, aa no uppoaiUofl haa
.is yet .ii vi ii -pad,     Aaaociatcu
Willi 1-. C. Made, K.e., in lm
sehcliic* ale such well Miuivu llien
.is c '1 Dunbar and B, .U.bur
Weil, aud liny purpose calling
the* ruad the t .nieuiiui «\ Noi
them.
The proposed route will bc
w.i llu* valley ul Seyiiioui .unto the wateishcil iioltli ul Loch
l-mui'iiil, ami iheiue via the vai
Ki, "i tin Indies river to   1*
north ,11m ui Huriaiil lulu,
wilh power lo extend northerly
lu an.l tin.nigh the Petllbcrtoa
meadows, and lo build a branch
line via tin* \,dle\ ol furry
creek t.. tlu* slu.re "i Howi
si.unil, and t.. build branch Inns
tu variolic   promising   mining
pn.pi rtn *..    11,me  of wlil.li  BTI
nun   linng i|.;ve|..pi-..l
The 1.gum  tu lie tia.u ise.l In
the proponed line is sai'l i" po*
* iceptil lllal llaieial  levillt-
NOR IU i.lVCM M R
H4RDWARf
Ci»iiit)cin\, Ltd.
New Store-
New Linen
Righl I'rii-i*
We 1.my a full range of
ORANITBWABB
MNWAUl-;
rot KB! AM'
TABLE CUTLERS
SPORTING GOODS
PAINTS, OILS, BTC
\11rll1 VaiiroimT llardwari
l'oiii|iaii). Ltd.
.1. w. .nrksnN     •     Maaepi
M 01 Lonaicie I       leteorwne R
|).i yull   Wllllt
• a chea|)
j Building Lot ?•
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? Houses for R'tit or Sale i
J       all over the uty       •
|A.SMiTH&(().!
• i,ti\<ii.\i.i-; wi;   ;
■ a.
celebrated in cherrj tree litem
ture- was probably .nn bought
in our sluii to I.e slrtiilv
trtllllltll,   and   let   its  laltie     111
history would almost lead one
tu .siiiipuse that ll was. Altv-
huw we have everything uf lhc
best  quality   limn   ilurn   lice
spliiung .ims tu garden tools,
and even kitchen hardware. Ufa
call ulw.ils pride i.lll -.selves upon the durable iplalltv ol lhe
articles we sell
Paine &  McMillan
lhc Pioneer Hardware
~~tZ\t
Ask your6*ociR for it,
P i'l
hr Fiiniiliir<\
llhiisi' Furnislii
(■roticr)
at Keaionahlc  1'ji.es,  f,,, to
Ihe North Vancouver
Home Furnishers
H HSr Iimi a toNSDU.K A  t.
Ill
When you intend building
consult
J. M. KHOMMK. M«r
Riniirlt   ttfirr, 1$ l.nnnhle  Air., fiiu.
I'linne Va, ,1',
Isl \ UOHIIIALI |//,,„| 0J„-e mnl MII,   l-umi frr-V II ti
North Vancouver
Transfer ■"Jgr"
Cartn^e, Removals,
Parcel Delivery,
Storage
ON      HKAIONABLB    TIHim
OfflCf    l«ll! IVillUi. IUR HIRF
licit-plume 70.        Night Calla 13.
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.-.iV-AiW-AWvVa^^-Wa,
)ual in the < ny Limits, 100x182 imi*
fiiiiii
S^()().()()
S'J.'i   ilnMIl   llll'l   >-•''
per quarti r; hrtwv|
six per i'mil.
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Ha.ll-a    I'llOIH
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NORTH VANCOUVER
DISI Kit! L01 553 LONSDALE ESTATE
To lu. pal un tin- market shortly Choke 50-foot
Lots, I'li-iin-d ami fudy for building on—streets
graded—within wat. r—electric light nnd tele-
phone ii vice. Thii property la aH«tt»d on the
hi^li |roond overlooking Quoenibury Avenue
Boulevard, and COtnmandl one of lhc finest views
in North Vanoouver. Pwepective Buyers want-
in" property in tllil I'u-ation.and full information
would Uo well to npi'ly to
ROBT. WARD & CO., LTD.
tor. Hastings and Homer Sts., Sole Agents
hi. No. 279 Vancouver
^•yi>iVVS*--a/*i*-*^^ THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER. B. C.
Great Bankrupt Stock Sale =
Of Cent's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes   Still    CoD~NDU€$
The many patrons of the new store have gone out more than satisfied with tin bargains they have icciivod.       They all agrct that thero is
no need of going over to the city to do their shopping now. This great sale will be continued for one more week.
HERE ARE A EEW PRICES TO CONVINCE YOU
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Koss's Camming a    A
price price      ♦
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25c Men's heavy woolen sinks, light grey  ISC      f
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JJC Men's heavy Woolen socks, gray, red heel
ami toe      -'.Si
35c 40c 51 ic black Cashmere sinks, all wool 25c
50c black Cashmere sinks, laicy dot Joe
Boys' wool stockings, according to si/.e... lex to 35c
i
1.35 and' 1.00 dress shirts 85c      .'.
75c to 1.00 working shirts  65c      a*a
t
1.25 und 1.00 silk stripe neglige  85c      aja
75c. wool knit shirts ami drawers  45c       .j.
1.25 extra heavy shirts and drawers  85c       .ja
HATS AND CAPS AIE AI.l, XKW STUCK
Koss's Citliiming's
price price
3.00 black fedora      i.8j
3.00 bl.iik hard     2.25
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J.M black hard     |.8j       Y
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3.00 black telaacopc     2.25
l.SO (awn telescope      1.85
2.50 absinthe telescope      1.85
and many others all in the l.'l'sl shapes aud shades
Mtu's iind  Hois'  serge laps  KX
Men's iind boys' tweed cap*,  40c
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Penman's naliiral wool   45c      X       Men's and boys' motor shapes  15c and hoe
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BOOTS A.M) SI10KS
Koss's Cuiiiiiiing's
price pi in
Ladies'  one strap slipper   1.55
3.oo and 3.50 ladies' Oxfords  l.bs and I.S5
I.35 boys' heavy  bull      1.15
I.JO boys' box calf     1.65
2.50 men's heavy working boots 1.85
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;.ixi high top-boots    |.8j
3.75 box call Bluchers    ,	
5.00 Uoiigula Bluchers        3.IS5
6.00 patent button or laic-     4.50
alao iiuiueii.ti*. other Inns bl.uk, tan, or ilmcolate
u.l.>is al uiriespondiuglv Imi  prices
♦•M**.**:**M**>*.^X**H***M**H-*>*M**X^^^
While these are bargain |irict's to clear Ihe Ross Stock and make room ior now goodl which art- arriving every day, the people oi North
Vancouver will Iind that inv regular prices will be exceptionally moderate at all times.
Seeing is believing Come and see Everybody welcome if only to inspect
Next door to Burns'
Meat Market
CUMMING
E^.'"air~lt~fO~m~~tl-
lit
Arthur I.,  llaiward, an itinerant    journalist,    re-present iug
the Nuithciii Press byadtcau,
Ul llllll    111."   .V or III    laueui.  11
lllisuui,   Heeling a HUM    ,*■•.
laslli gam, it I'ling a uos..    -
twcui a lioiiKlio.iui aim .1
biaruag iimn Winnipeg  it,,,.-
uiu Uleaus, lie- lias iiuuiu li ....
lue \\a) ulli un a C 1 R ua
pass,aim will cuiiuuue- BIB kuuii
lu .sew   1..ik,  11.1   lamina 	
San l-i.iuiisiu.     lie suueu   m
U,iS    Wllllllg    lip    UK     lllllllll} a   .
lie went aii.ug aim iiuiiiu..	
Ills 1 xjn 1 uinin, aim lie Iuumu
as 11 lie li.nl I1.1U suliic.
In   111,null.II   lie  suts  In    11 as
taken lur a detective; in UegUla
lell  iu  Willi  a   iiiiiiiii  ol  1.	
anil got tun nut oi inun, ,11 in
llllaelte lie Was lie.111\ klllcu 111
a coal mine, al 1-leiil lie saw
iwo men killed .iini anutiiii in
juicd 111 a w leil.; a I Ituliicii 1.1
was licl'l up lit a lum ban-in
alliieil nnu a galling aiul i,.i.
Ix.il ul all Ills (....-.si.*..*.!,.us ,**.",
at SliUstiup i.ikc he ami a p.iu
mi .llllle.l 111.. .Lit s ull llu 1.1 Kl
111 uio Wcallici, ami was I... in
llosllillletl, Ileal 1,1 Hull lie tit
10tiled a lull.Mnl. ..lul ttBggva
thr e.isll...uml tiain jusi 111
Uilli, III \ alii..uui In tta.*, helil
up and made tell In.it it Happen
ed by a Um l.l man, ami in
Nut lit \ ant outer he gol a g.....|
SijUale meal ami lliildclllulli
imbibed copious dlullghls i.l in.
celebrated Hurrard o/.uiic and
the Wuudetlul sulili BBBBtlCa
surruundiiig this l.iineil burg.
Arthur 1,. Huy ward is a 11
niark.ible young man, anil ,.
attire a little mule so.
BKOKK HIS l.l-.i.
s.. llial winu im...1.1, am »,*
.Mimiiione,., ni uas louu.i Vo 1,.
111 .1 in...*., j....nun .-.um ...**..
ial BUI wa.s ipiuhit iui uu oui,.1^,
Had llu lillle sllnclel ."ne 1111
st .ling ul Ule Inui) Win. .', ..
iall couiagc. lie ttas ii.ntiM..
lu bl. I'aui s lluspll.11, t aliio.i
til, wiicle lie Is inuiig as tun
Ba toiilil Ik .nunipuiiu.
ruuc.1-. ui.u.uisMi'ai.ii.
lhc new  board ol police coin-
BUaeumen,  cotapnaug  iiayoi
.Wa) (Jilcsi.liiigi, .tlilci man .ue-
Ncisli and Ca !'• .i.nlison, lit...
llieir Insl inecling oil 1 ticsu.it.
Iln loiiiinissioiiii.-, went inu'
all liiulliis pell.nni, g 10 imu
lllll Us.  lelt   ill.Hi.uglily . 11.1
lolluWIIig lollllilSII.il*,        It'll
reached:   Thai thc aervicca  ol
i.iiclakci   al   lite  ult   lull    i.i
performed under duscuoa 1.1 uh
li.l ev, ami lllal t olisl.il.I. 1 inn.
lie gi.iiite.i ..ti additional ti bm
Hu.lllll   lot   the  saliu.   Unit   UM
police compel occupants 10 n
in.'tc all lull.iiiiiii.ii'lc 111.1l1i1.il
It..111  Hull  piciinscs, h*. piotiu
ni b] bylaw; iimt tin eily cona
111   III'   Ill'Ul'SlCtl   tll   ll.ltl    ll"    I
pi.iu.iili,   west   ui   I'liaeUrlield,
slashed,   lll.it   tile  pollic    llolnt
operators ol slot machines iii.ii
lue) 11111-*! Iieiloseil liilllnt 1.,.,
ami that otic tuck In  given lol
linn iciiioi..1, iiiai cstiinataa
loialling ftlju in adopted  i",
lhe veal, us siililiiilleil HI det* 1
Uu* ih.inks oi tin ratepayi *
wm   tendered Uu- citj council
.a v. aaconver lor ilu reaolntioB
paaaad at Iheii hut mcetiBg, "•
assist North \ am..uui .1.    Uu
[present juncture in lerry mat-
tats.
.lames   AliNair   muted   that
the uly council be requested lo
lake inlo lonsiilcialioli, at tin
earliest pi.ssli.li liloluclil, lm
lcnillll.itu.il 01 llie least ul llu
1,'ins.lalc at 1 line tt llall lo lilt
.V V. 1- il ry A r..\tel Co., an.,
lo declare the u li.u I a piilm.
ttliall.      Cat llul.
A   public   aubacriptioa   w .1.-
opencil  to asaiat   in  Iht   appeal
oi the .U01..1 Boat Transports
1 mu Co., in charge "i .1. a. au
Nan, k. I-i. Uacaaghlcs   and
r. 1.. 11 si,n, and .\*o" tu... .mu.
sinbul al the Uteetiflg.
A recant bmsangs  u*otn   m.
government  states that  both
pal lies Will be llealil "II lp Ilil..;
lli\t.
MSIKlc.1  COUNCIL
NA'II'.I'AU-.KS  AM)  I' I'.ll K\
The little son ul .lames Knk
palrick mil with a ten paiiilul
.undent Satlinl.it ill jumping
oil a bank on w hu h lu* was
playing, he fell .md broke Ins
lep in two plait". Tlu lillb
lellow had lo drag Inm-all l"
the nearest house lot ussist.nn.
,-itid in doing s". grratIv BggTa
\atld  llie iiim'Ulon ol lhc   leg,
Mayor u. ll Mat presided ,n
ihe ratepayers'  meeting Tace-
da] ctining.     .1. K. .1. Murrat
was appointed secretary.     Al
dermali Sihtilt/ reported lm the
lollllllltlee to miller ttllll the
(erry ditiili'i'*, that the direct'
ors were prepared to coaaidei
.■i.-v 1,...... ..tie hall "I om* .|iiuitu
sum, ami tlu balance io debea
lures.
A deli-gallon was appointed lo
coiitet ,1 petition i" ihe govern
IIU'lll    al    VktOlia   asking   thai
Hurrard  Inlet be ni.idi   It"   t"
all .mii
Oh iiioti'Ui n  eras resolved
that llu 111,it..1 ,HI'I ."lllllll ol
YullinUiel be lei|lle.li'l I" Bp
pa.llll   ,1.1   '■ ,li .    .11   III'    'I'I'lll 1
lion.
keel. UcNaUghl pie,nie.I,.in.,
councillors Gordon, tt. itovci
and Davidson uere present at
in. meeting ol the.i 1 --111 **.. cona
ul last evening. Iti-pri-M-itu
lues ul lhe several Inui. 1. is n.i
lhc load III,.iliiinli Wile III at
leuilaiiie.    I pott million, U it is
lm.ilh   resolved  to  but   [rum
aiusmii I Co., "in* road rollri
Willi  si,illlli I .   al   .1 I  >..
Jtn, and "lie sii.m break) I at a
lost ol S.-.-.s;.    T In si- in.
an   both "i  Baglii li 111.iiiiii.I.
lure,  an- higliit   recommended
bv Districi Engineei 1 cron,
and tvill be slnppul direct   Irom
tin i.iit'.it.   Action wnii iiiii
cine tn the < al lui |".ili"ii * "l ill*
plant was laid "-11    Reeve Mi
Naught was appointed repr
l.line on the delegation in pro
lllll    lo    (Itt.lit,I     ttllll    lllllllll.
lo Sen.U.l  Nal lows bridge   ami
ll.itb.'t   llllploUilliUls,
Pound Noi ict
All. t lain   sale   ..I   ..lie   I.Ill'    ..ll
with 11 bell; polict rtatios   oa
Moiid.it,  l-elatn.iit   1 sib,   I*.***
at   |a, 0'. I", k  a in
r.l.ii PK1MK
City Poundkccpei
l-.iiiiui tupreaa:
Sir,—Alter Uu lii.iiuiiuii s u-
li.alks  al   llu  inciting  ol   lale-
pajc-is lasi evening, 1 uiougiu
11 llllgUt he ailtlsai.le llul tu uls-
eiiss    Uie    liy laws    loo    lieu),
imiiioie retrained iroin  doing
BO,   nut,  oll  ttllll   lliuugllls,    i
ii.iiik cult retepaya ahottfal
K.u.w uu* loUowug Luis
ill    .nay,    lyuj,   a   lit law     to
lease U11 larrj uas pat uirottgn
lm COUlCll anil siii.ii.iile.l lo in.
ratepayers, this Dylan was
voted uu ami earned  *.. a ma
J"iuy 01 ..in. tin uu :.uli .inu
1 ,",*,, tm solicitors tu tin- inu-
liuipalil)  lepuilcu llial llie li)-
i.it. migiii rn* declared iBvalid
upon  appeal,  ..mug to 11 not
.^   null  a.ltd Usui  111    lull.
I'll   llli   23rd   .llll),   I903,   a   BJ
I.at 1.1 rescind mis byiae   was
im.ui) passed t>) taut luunul.
me agreement  lo nasi   thi
I • ■  J.*  ttas inane 011 1111  :,i.i .111
ly, lyo), aim in January,
Ull 1..111.ill put liil.'iigu a lit.att
l" 1,inly 1.11 i.as,, nm noi sin,
It,I,lul io In.   em 1. .1 .,,
1.11 Inlaw lilcliiH li, lit .111.
SiiiUil/. I am i|llilc wining I.,
a.11,lit   .Hi.   I..,uui ■   „.,sun..11,
in. t ims i.ti.ni is legalised  Bj
laj a   i.l  llllii        I, innn ui,  win
II *    aiilu11 lllal  In.   I...**.   is legal
01   binding, mi  Um   lotlowiag
j;i"iinils s,,iiia„i (,, ,,| uie iiili-
"I*. iI'.il    ait     leads,    "NotWlU
Sl.all'llllg      ,111)     latt     to    till     aaal,
tiait, a mtuucipal cowu-il ahall
llol   haVS   lhc   p.twei   lo  giain
ant peraon 01 corporation ant
p.n tn111.11 privilege "l iiiiinuni-
ty or eaemptioa Irom tin onka
.ut   juii'..li.ii.,n ..I  the i'.ll"' 1.1
tun, rn i" graat am charts)
lieslmtilig a light, llanililse, 01
privilege, ..1 gnr any bonus H
' \. inpllon   In,ui  ant   lav,    lal.
"i tent. .,i retail .uu tax,   "i
iai.  levied .a uin iiiaigi.ii.ii.
unless tin   satin   is 1 111l.01ll.il   III
1 inlaw tvhich, before iln- Baal
passagi thereof, has been stili-
initiid to the electors "i   lhe
iiiunnip.'litt   tina. an   entitled
I" lull Spoil a Ul I,itt tii ."II
Halt   ..  .1. 1.1    iini  llllllll  li.i      I'
eeitcil tile assent ol a majoiiii
01 ilie eiecluls   wnu snail    VON
upon suiu nyiati.    .iny  ,in.,
latt   ttniiii noes in.l iiiilu*   mc
assent ul  UBS eiecluls as al"..
s.1.,1 siiai. nut ka tain.
ttliu win liul aiiiiiii  tin  i.ui
lllat   llll    .Ml. Ill    I allloliUI    1 .1
ry ,v luwer Lu. Uliilei pi 1 sun
culiillllulls    lium    a    liaiiiliisc
im   iiamliisc uas Bevel   iiiiii
git ill lllclii ll) tin ilul.,is|aii„|
11 Hull is a tta) 10 ligailn ..
l.aiRileiur aclluu ul all) eoumii,
tin let.)    input ing   Uu*   en*
.ni'i ratepayers ..1 imu ti*
liiue is llu lillle lo iusc- III Hating tins mallei reclined at
uiice,  ana i woiiiii  uige  even "
I .11, i'.l I l 1     lo    l,IM     tlllS    lll.llll'l
up aim light io uu l.nisli .ip
oiogtsiug ior 1111 span, u.u.s
truly,
UIU1A.U I.  khl-.M-.
lib. lu, lyucj.
I lib. H-.kKV (JU-.Sini-
I'.dltul  l'.Xptcss
Sll,    As ,1 sulisiiiini    tu   IWO
lists ..ne insuring Ucssrs Hun
l.iiit   .V   Co,  against  uii)     loss
ii..) migiii m.iKi 11. running m.
OppOailioB bonis, .nul tile ..llnl
im 1..si*, 111 iiii comiBg *.a,
I sll..ill.I like I.. Kln.u, 111
the ctciil "I 11 inning iln ..pp. ..I,
..I. tins, gilillelii.il I.. i,. ,,1 ||b-
lilt    t"   dlsp'.-e   ..I   llnil   1111,1
esis loi panapa .1 ing. aaMaat
ami   kup the  pi......Is,   nl    will
lint  hand nni  ,1 p... '.;..n 1.. I 1
divided pro ratio i.> the sul.
acriban Tins aeetna milt tail
to lh..se whu itisiiri tluiii
against   b.ss ou  tlicit   spatula
tloll        Yollts lespctllllllt ,
I lllll'.
North \'..11...in. 1   l.l.   10.
Noith Vancouver Mai.
Nl., ■', ;.i|. I.
I" I  .1   V..in 111,111    un.l    .ill
C     • u mi . 11:13 a   in
p  in . HN l-t 1111 1 r.. I.. 11 1 ■
Mail) .nn ■   '>
ia  . ' is
k   2 p    III
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.ill   llll,.,      in        la,ml,I    I
t . " .1 ,it tin   wu k. I.
North Vancouver Livery
B. ANSON, l-l-UI'.
Light hies     Talljrbo
i 11 IH
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.allll'
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Pioneer Bakery
S. H. Walker,  •   Proprietor
In sb Iir. m) dailj deliver* .1
II  JMIts III III.   1 111      *
<    I       I    '.I
lib.II GRADECAKB
PASTKY, I'.n
PIONEER BAKERY
Ten Elegant
Dinner Set a
given iwa)
* ry mouth
tun
■ 1    It   IIK KMAN'S,
:     111   t
\ , IIpi , II. ,
l<..i.il Stsnrliul 1
Imi..11 iii   muiii.. 1 i.,1..
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I biS    lllllll     IS     ...|p. I   a  I      111
'|u*.jit sad '
■■ .ill .an goodi
Iri I \ Inr iiii.i-nctt (rmrri Rill
C.R.I1ICKMAN
I ll      \\'   ,:lin "'ll    -I
rmsSm-s <i
I THE EXPRESS. NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Advices irom Seattle state:
William Hutchinson, commissioner oi expositions ior lite
dominion ol Canada, will in a
lew days, arrive irom Ottawa,
to complete the pleasant task
ul erasing the boundary line aim
making Canada, with her fruit-
lul provinces, lull partner with
live slate of Washington and Alaska in the A.-Y.-l'.- exposition
Commissioner Hutchinson lias
only recently returned Irom
London, where he had lull control ol Canada's splendid exhibit at live Franco-British exposition. He comes to Seallle
lor the purpose ol seleeluig the
site lor the handsome builuing
Canada will erect, and to arrange for the installation ol llie
exhibit which he brings home
Irom London with so much credit. His arrival will bc signal
for an elaborate reception,Irom
which he will have no escape,
despite that he has recently-
been sutlering severely from illness.
For the purposes of the exposition, the dominion appropriated the sum of $100,000,
which means that Canada is to
provide one of the leading
features of the big fair. Several
of the provinces have also come
in with independent oflerings,
just as have several states ol
thc I'nion. Among these are
Alberta and Saskatchewan and,
it is believed confidently, mie-
ish Columbia will shortly lake
advantage of the opportunity to
display the resources that liave
made her famous from world's
nul lo world's end. It is lo be
an exposition of the v. hole
Northwest, not ol any fractional part of it, and down al this
end of the line "H. C. 'colts
just like "Wash."
Special Canadian celebrations
are lieing arranged, but as yet
none except tentative dates
have been given. The exposition directors arc in communication with the ollicials al Ottawa, and delimit' announcement ol the special days will
shortly be made. As they
stand now, British Colum hia
week has been lixed Irom June
14 to June 19, inclusive. Ihese
dales have been selected for the
reason that thc period adjoins
the Inland Empire week, and
the resources, productions, luture and all else of the two are
so closely related, lhat il was
ileemed good sense to make le
practically a continuous celebration by lhe one general district.
Dominion of Canada day has
lieen set lor June lo, on wincli
dale the opening ol lhe Canau-
ian building will be celebraieu,
and there will lot one more ing
Dominion day ou July I, Canada's real day lo celebrate. A
big lacrosse tournament is also
being arranged, but the details
are not sullicieutly worked out
lo warrant anyiiiing like de-
linile announcement. There is
a very strung interest 111 iha
greal game on this side 01 iiu
line, and it is more lhan probable lluit a learn will be made
up of many former well known
Canadian players whu are here
and aching lu gel out their
sticks. ,
The exposition is now ..bout
ninety per cent, cuinpl te,
spea. mg ul ils principal buildings, and assurance <s duulily
sure that it will be complete in
all details and upen ou Ju.ie 1,
as was lirst announced.
Representatives ol tie big
American Transcontinental rail
roads are beginning to sii up
and take notice of the almost
scandalous manner in which the
Canadian Pacific railway is
flirting with the A.-Y.-P. Exposition.
It has recently become known
that the C.l'.K. has quietly Wr-
g*lined for 14,000 square leet
of space 111 thc agricultural
building, and will install there
an exhibit a whole lot bigger
and more comprehensive than
many of the leading counties on
this side ol the line.
Although thc railroad has
il-een rather stingy with details,
it .is known to he its plan to
demonstrate lully the tremendous productivity ol the soil a-
long   the   western   hall  of   its
lines. It is going to make clear
why it is spending millions of
money for new feeders and tap
lines into districts of British
Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan, that down to now,
have never heard a locomotive
whistle.
Just why it is the C.P.R. is
[doing so splendidly by the exposition, unless it is conspiring
to tempt away another forty or
llfty thousand of Uncle Sam's
with its. wonderful wheat fields,
is what uas the local railroau
men guessing.
SMOKING IN MEETINGS
Editor Express;
Sir,—The writer has attended
a number ol meetings in Nortli
Vancouver, called to considci
questions ul general public interest, such as, the ratepayers
association, discussion ol municipal questions and selection ol
candidates for ollice, ferry
transportation atlairs, etc.,aim
on one occasion only have 1
seen a lady 111 a meeting. Mow
there is no doubt the lady rale-
payers take as keen an interest
111 these mailers as do the men,
and can as intelligently discuss
them when they have lite opportunity.
1 do not think we need go iar
to Iind a very pronounced reason for their absence irom sucli
meetings, in the fact that a
large proportion of men smoke
continually during the business
session, paying no regard to the
tastes or feelings ol tlieir lel-
low citizens who do not smoke.
I think I voice the sentiment ol
a large number of citizens, when
1 protest against the tmgentli-
manly and unBritish custom ol
compelling their iellow citizens,
while in the exercise of the
rights and privileges of citizenship, to undergo the—to them—
disagreeable atmosphere ol a
smoke-laden room, and which
practically excludes the lady
ratepayers from participation
in the discussion of pulblic questions.
I wish it understood this is
no attack on thc smoking habit.
I leave gladly to the smoker
his Iree choice in the use of the
weed in every place except
where his Iellow citizens have
equal rights and interests, such
as the meetings above mentioned. This appeal to the sense
of fairplay in smokers, should
result in a proper consideration
I
FOR WEST IND PEOI'I.K
QROGSKiKfl ct
PROVISIONS
Guud Good* it ri'i>80iialiln prim
A churn nl vniir Iniile re-ipeet-
lully imlieiti-d—    :::-.:
T. HUTCHISON
Oor. Keith mnl Mth ts.
l'lione S2
Be*
Rolled Oats
flour
Hai) and feed
Seeds
411 ORDERS
DELIVERED
CoverhiU's Darlrv Flakes-the
lal.-st breakfast food. Try s
package:   15c	
oi the righis of non-smokers  ill
public assembly, and il   would
certainly make it more agreeable ior lady ratepayers to lake
part iu public atlairs.
Thanking you, Mr. Editor,for
your valuable space, 1 am, sincerely yours,
JOBBPH OGLE I
North Vancouver, Feb. 9.
W. H. Stoney & Co. have received a shipment of three thousand rolls ol all grades of wall
papers, borders, etc., in order
to provide for the demands of
the spring trade. Local buyers
should inspect these latest patterns.
J. W. BALMAIN
C1VII.    UNUINICI' l(
Humility Surveyor un.l Arel.it.it
SOUTH  VANCOU VKII.
G. E. JORGINSEN
II.II [.ftuM. Md S. I. I «"i)  Sl*rvt>a*r
-mom ait
Ralm-.f, llr'ili.*"a tv*".*. C.w.'.a. fceimm-l
Hail.,*, niiii.I I..***' '".' 'r'H'll.in I!h|i.. Timn
.lie.. Mannar <*l>.i>.,**.. H >b-l> vUI„ii»,-i..
Kll il»-   n - .-'i. »'.,
V l... '"ThK    H   C
MARTINSON & CO.
Building
 I, ■    I !■
Contractor*
Builders and
Contractor*
P. LARSON is  prepared to
supply
I imr, Brick,
Sand, Cement
And all kinds 0! Building
Material iBquantitie%io .-mi
and nt reaeonahla prices.
 APPLY—
HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER
TEI.KPHONK Nu. 2,
1.
I'lsiii   and   S'uM'ifi.'ati.':'.   Prepared.
When thinking "f Imllilinif l.l   im give
uu t'Miniate,
HORNS BLOCK,   i.nNsnu.K avi*;
Or P.O. Box".', Mtiili V. \,'i.
N.V.FISI1 Co.
r. A. BU Ilia, t»ro|>rletor
PALACE HOTEL
rim 11 L-MMiiu noiti on mt COABT
11 iiaaata-MaaJ-aajat..) V i ,a*la«T«—*-*a—H>
AN IT-TO-l'Alt.
TOURIST RESORT
KatM: »l.nl) I'EK
DAY AND UP
ih, Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdale Avenue,
ai Perry Landing
Harry Mitchell, local ■aaagBT,
All kind, ol Kresh Finh di-lit'i-re.l -tally
Simiki'il  li-h  a   »|.ei'ialty.   l'unlirv,
I'Vi'** ami Vi'|H't»bliw.
Our aim Is tu |ileat*t*our CsMtnttri hh
l.i goodi and (irict-h.
('or. Lionedale Ave A 8th st
I'llONK SI
Shvriiil Iinin lo Families ninl Ki'Uiilnr Buiinlm
HalMinur ferry euiiiic'tiiiii In an.l (rum Viiniouver. Hot sod cold
ttnii-r iu every room. Return iall MIb in every room. Barber
■baa in I'niiui'.'ii"!!*
REDA & ANDRUSS
phopbibtobs
SCCOBI  .iimn,   -   -   .   -   NORTH   VANCOUVER, B. C.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Cars leave the Pern Landing for Queensbury Avenue, Twenty-first
- ti «-<•[ .md I.uiimUI*', Win. Ii street and Keith Road as follows : 6:15
,1 in,, (1:45 a. in., 7:15 a. in., 745 a. in., 8:15 a. 111., 9 a, m. 9:40 a. ni.,
10:10 a. in., After 10:25 a. 111, cars will leave Queenslmry svenue,
Twenty-first and Lonsdale avenue, and Winch street and Keith Road
it lite iiiiiiiiti-s tu the hour and twenty-five minutes past the hour.
Can I'm''' NiiH'lei nth street andljiieeiishtiry avenue, Twenty-first
■aires) sod Lonsdsle avenue, Winch street and Keith Road as (ollows:
6 a. ni., 6:55 a 111., 7:20 a.m., H:o5 a '•••> **:45 a. ni., 9:30 a.m.
After y:3o a  111. ears leave tlu* Ferry Landing at  len minutes past the
hour and twenty minute**; to tlu- hour.
UT   An hoats are met hy the cars.
Advertising will Sell Your Lot
VANCOUVER Business and Professional Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STK1N & CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
CHIROPODIST
MAPS AND BLUt PRlNIS.
City Auditors
North Vatiiiiuvei
516 Pander atreet
ARJH.TECTS
E.STANLEY MTTTON.M.I.C.A
ARCHITECT
hiu. Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
F. GORLICH, (Graduate)       VANCOUVER  MAP & BLUE-
CHIROPODIST. Corns,liutiions,  PRINT CO., LIMITED	
sore feet, etc.   eared.       Munv -  -. um «-t„.„ii tiir—i
vears practice ia London, Eng.  Electric hliu-piinttng, *lM« <*» Carrall Street
Room si Davis Chambers tracing, city maps, illie B. C. .Mills
MS Hastings Street Weal Crowe* W&* Clumbers, 141 (Timber ...ul 1 radtng Co*s
Hours: 9 to ,: a.m., . to 6 p.m. Say** street PhoM ..-^Patented Se-ct.onal Buildings.
READY MADE HOUSES
THE STANDARD HOUSE
BUILDING & CONTRACTING
COMPANY LIMITED
DENTISTS
MU     lu
AUCIIONtERS
DR. W. !•'. WRIGHT
DENTIST
Successor to Dr. Dalby
t.a.,1. HASTINGS ST. \\l:.,l',
\ ANulUVER, B. C.
Phone 1)78
Of-.UGGir.TS
Prol. JOS. E. M RNBERliER
Musical lim. ta,1
Vancouver Opera 1 louse
lipoma 3 and 4 Slats' llall, Lor.
Kobson and  Gi.tiivillc  Streets.
All Instruments.      Phone- 2530
A. II. BE ATT llC
- AUCTIONEER -
163 Cordova Street wesl
is tin- onlv auctioneer who will,
pay spot cash before the sale is
conducted
*
RED CROSS
DRUG STOKE
PROK. GEO. COWAN, Expert
teacher ol  Violin,  Mandolin,
HEAL ESTATE
Keep your eye on
BAST  VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particulars apply lo
MORDEN & THORNTON
Phone 815     440 Homer Street
Vorkskire (iuarautee
A.TOOKDOVMD i    Banjo, Autoltarp, /.the., «ri|fagj|ja|   (]H)«lfc|   LW.
53 Cordova Street,   '   give  twi-niy   private   lessons j"""'mvu   T^   """
440 Seymour Street
BARRISTERS
McCrossan,
SCHULTZ Ik HARPER
BARRISTERS, SOLICITOR.-,
NOTARIES, Iik.
32-34 Imperial Block
Cor. Pender and Seymour Sts.
P.O. Drawer 1116     Phone 2444
BATHS
Kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sts.
Thc only tip-to-dale and reliable bath house iu British Co-
lumbia-
We cure where others fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plain baths, electric baths,
shower baths, massage for bo-
dv, scalp and lace; electro therapeutic baths a spi'iialtv.
.IDS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduate nf Berlin, Germany
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
33ft Hastings Sl. W.
Canataa Gr<-atait WatUrn School
R. .1. Sprott, B.A., - - Manager
PITMAN'S GRADUATES
gel thc highest paid positions
l'ilm.iii's Business College,
632 fi.M Mh Seymour Streei,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
JOB PRINTING
High-class  lob Printing at The
Express Office
GOOD STOCK
PROMPT DELIVERY
VANCOUVER, B.C.     lor  I7.   Further   information
Prescription Specialist i   at Cowan's up-lo-duli    Musk
Phone I053 j    Store, bod We.sliiiiiistci .111.
FENCING
Phone 403
M. V. WA1TT I CO., LTD.
558 Granville Street
WIRE KENCINi,
Farm   and   Ornamental   Gates
Garden Arches, Flower Stands
B.C. ANCHOR FENCE CoXtd *•"■ - *•**■! _*lMm -
743 lViuler Street, MusK c,u",ls
\ AN'couvi-'.R, B. C. 1|"' aMeat anak house- m B. C
REAL ESTATE
LAW AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
1-lRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr lloulgale - - - Manager
GROCERS
CHEAPS1DE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
nh Hastings St. (dowasUitl)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
UPIICIAN
HAT WORKS
HAkDMAN HAT WORKS
PRACTICAL HATTERS -
ll.iis   ile.nud   and   blocked ,.l
the sign ol the Hat
po ABBOT STREET
VANCOUVER, B C,
LADIES' HAIRDRESSING
MADAM HUMPHREYS
The Alexandra ss'l Grain ilie sl
Hcalp treatment lor all kinds ol
'Iim,ise Chlldlin's lull Hilling.
I'.n lal  Massage Mann tiling
ll.itrdressing 2S.S"
Shainpooing so.        Photte 1000
DR. KliNG
Gives positive relief to Hcad-
.lilies ,.1 Neui.Uslltss i.illsid lit
lU'stiuin, and ireats all soils
..I impel lal cusight.
Dr. King is the   highest   authority on eyesight in Can.i'li
All kinds ol optical ii'puiriug
done.
DR   KING
U.l GRANVILLE BTREET,
VANCOUVER, B. I,
PHOTOGRAPHERS
ntil.un.llia
ALLEN'S RESTAURANT
LOANS
The Cilv Lo.ui Cotnp.iin, Sterling block, 74 Hastings st I .
RaaBa-a*   iv.. i.,mi nn,uev 1.1. Biases,
h*MMaSSrrlaCa*S. rtMSas r.*< .-i|>t*. mn
psnaeal propsrtx, larvansnta ol ml.*
ix.llllllt, ll"teli il|.""llll'"l,   in,.net  I'l*
varu'cd milnri.'l fSOftS aptS ll" ir mtn
intme.
MARII-;i,S   STUDIO
PBOTOORA.PHERB
11] Hastings Slreet West,
VANI OUVER, li C.
The best equipped studio iill thi-
ioast Phone  I.'.'*
For cxicllint pluii'.gtaplis   uml
sulislaitioii go lo the
IMPERIAL PHOTO STI DID
Coi. Carrall and Cerdota sts
Faltillt    Cii'iips   and   ll.il.t
Pictures .1 S|H'iialt\
I'.ililllel    Photos    llotll Sl 00 Up
or PUNTED OFFICE STATIONERY
PLAIN OR IN COLORS
TRY Till''. I'APRKSS PRINTING OFrH'E
NORTH VANCOUVEI
H
Lunch or Dinner 25c.
Shorl 0ideis at all hours
37 Hastings Slreel West,
lANCOUVER, B, C.
aag^ -ZL-.
ON*-**.*!
10k 1,001) SECOND HAND
SAFES, at bargain prices,
Phone 244;,
SEWING MACHINES
VANCOUVER SEWING
MACHINE BXCHANOB
791 Granville Sl.
Wholesale and retail dealers  IB
Setting Mat limes and Supplies.
Maihuies rented l.y the week or
month Phone 14»7
THEAIHES
CAMERAPHONE   THEATRE
Mtihunicul    Opera,   Vaudeville
and Dram-a
Program changed every Monday
Any scat in the house lot.
\% Hastings Stnet West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
WATCHMAKERS
English  practical watchmaker;
Established 1889
Specialty,  repeidsg
wooiikooiT-;,
312 Carrall Street THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
NI.W ADVERTISEMENTS
N. v. I n.*i    i; Anson
K«ukni|ai uili*—Gumming
Bagla ih.* li*   i'.ii,ij ' * .a
Fire tale   D, A Smith ,t Co,
Snlo!   I'l,..in- 2117, Yiiiiciini r
Oaorf i Aai   Pales .v M. Mil lan
Beady mads hoviaa  B, C, Ifllta
Photafrapban   Ba^ea I rhorpe
Uatrletlottta-Rebi, Ward* Co
.Wn Spring prints—.1. J. McAleece
1.1.■■{..lit allllll.T .el."—I', li. lli.'lalllllll
I
la.Ul     ,>1"1\     I*       I'll).I.lll      ,-JaMl,
Ui \ il Is ,*>n. i.ii.I. e. uu ii .ii-ls
lllll    .lit,.iall..    .IS    lllll,Ills.      ,vli-
■., ill i.'.li.p.s....,   e ....iei.
sllll'l,      ...   lil.iii'.iu,       ea,,w,i,ui
.aa,,,,,      ,.        I, ll'll*,HI.
aa llUllS    ttl'll     ,,,||l UU    j.,...,    mt
lollows;    i'ii.,nui*    i.ii.,i,.., ui,
I....U11   l.l   tt.'ih *,   .'I ..'ll.-
lli,     ll.lllllllHK.S,
-il.*..-0*
Reeve Ik-Naught presided  at
the rcgul.ii meeting ui the dis-
triit iiiittuil, held hi nhi\ ' -in
mg lasi, Councillors  U'eslovi i
i.md..ii, Robsoa .mil Davidson
it cri- presenl.
A litter it .is read in.ni lhe
Bunk ui U.S.A.. advising council that as ilu- result ol tin salt
ul waterworks debentures then
had lui.. placed i" ilu credit ol
the council the sum ol >i.-*."'"i
St'i llil'll.
A letter H'"iu Manager A 0,
Pern "i lhe tt, t Kl. Ry. Co.,
advised council lhat P. R. Glover, assistant general manager,
would meet the council at nine
o'clock, to cottier ttiih mn
e-iict- tu proposed traniwa) i ■
uiisii.iis in tin district; received
A lettei limn the reeve ol
South Vancouvei und ol Burua-
by, with information as to
their arrangements Ior blasting
stumps along the Inn oi lhe
electric railway; liled.
MaVOI ll'.llglas ul t .uie.>ll\el,
wrote, asking llial lullllill appoint a committee to comet
null  tin  li.ii u.l  improvement
la.uiiiiittie "I V.iliu.titer,lm tlie
purpi.se "i farthering the objects
oi the committee, and arith a
view lo Beading a delegation lo
Ottatt.i relative lo lhc aame.
Reeve UcNaugbl and Council-
lots  RobeOB  .in.l  luiiiii.ll    Mi-re
appointed,
ill    llSpi.llSl     III    ,1    llllll       llaill)
tile sulil.i.t   a,i   tm*  ,inti llll.lT-
eulosis sueielt, a grant ol ,-*•*
ttas lu.iile* tu llu  suilit) .
A letter n,.s received  from
the elerk oi the iltl n'llllill, lll-
lliualliig llu .ippi.iiiiiiietil i,i a
eoliillllllei*  b)   Hie  uli   eolllKll,
to meet a aimilui committee
lium iin district i.'iinul, loi
the purpose ..I adjusting out*
siuiniiug accounts, n.iti ..i
uiiiting ia. ■ be arruaged,
the publishers ..i ue .t.-\ -P.
Hoiu aad i ommerdaJ Guide,
wrote, •oliciting ad\°ertiaing;n
lined in tin* iiiiuiiie committee,
Aid. J. B. L,uii|»..iil oi Van
couver, mads application ior a
i "in in iiis property, fata .' aad
3, bloik ii, u.l. 2o33, -iS ha
intends building on un same;
engineer to report,
il. R. E. Douglas applied loi
ihe opening up ..i li.,lum road,
irom Centre ^tint msi, .. ma-
t,mu- ui boo leel lu lot lo, U.L.
utsj, ..s in intends starting a
p'.iiiin i,mill, iiigiiiiei lo report.
i. s. Nye  uroti.  requeating
council   t.,   ,ip|ii,.,nn    nu    nl\
council lo ii.iti iiinn place ,i
iiunl pi.ink ..ii lhe suli tt.ill.   ..ii
I...ns.!,.li ave., iii.iiii, ami also
advising council ihal in is pre
pan 'i i" 'in d.. road allowance,
66 led ttliu, lu nu  pi..petit  ..|
Mi   Rank .,, ohei accepted,
J, 11 in,uiiniiii wrote, i" ilu
ciicii thai in a i, i ,, | .onu,
button rn .-i.'j*. toward m. t \
lanrioa ol i.t nn creek ruad, lo
ihe aoathwi t cotuai ul n i.
tot, ttas jeopardized, becaaai ol
.id.it in nn tvork; clack lo
writs •unl iimi .it" i lo arrangi
iiu matter.
Mr. Ila.;.. : ih. ,.,|iu
ul arith iiiiiiiii* io signing  ■
peiiiii.n I,, tm provincial
ci mucin, [oi tin .iiiiciuliii'
lhe iiuiiii.i|a,.1 clauses act,   as
to    the    ta.tlsllli.lli.il    ..I    tint
roads; petition endorsed aim
"i'iired signed,
leaders foi   i Iwork   wtn
opened,u lollows Kilmer road,
S. Hieki I ffHj", piiiiihing live
iilits   pel    liml ,     I).  P.  Lh.ss
r punching lilttea nni-* pei
lool. K, Groleau > |5J puni mug
tin nuts pet iouo; 11. Thump
sou Ji'.j  punching Cltein cents
Jin   lool        l Inin h sl in i,    H.
Thompson J6HJ, punching lifteen
casta per inui; 1'. Oroleau fas3
pun. hn.'.' liti n ni    |.ei liml;  S.
He. k. i   1475.  punching 9 ceats
per 1000     1 a,inn,111 road,  s.
iMi'tc .ui.\,iugui .uui ciiiiiuil-
lul.->  ieui.s.i.i   am.   mn..un,   Wilt
galea iu  1 ie tui i.i iii.ii 11 j tn
10 Sccullil   ....Hull:*, i.ln.gl',   -llli-
lllllllll    .1    , l'.'. '..I    lip"..,      lllllll.
i, .1. receiveu.
mill ..li.i.lllgl ,111.1 ei Ulli ill
u.l   Innil"..   uin    ,j.|ii.,.i 11,.     11
pIl.Mlll.lll   ,l.S      "ll       llll       ll.H.lua       ll,
..llla^     laUil.ll.     lit      ll.l     11.Mlu      U.
U.l... ,    ,1 llll   itllllllll    LU   II,a   |*IO-
puaeU 1 mi uui 1.1 im  1.1.. vs  1.
1 naltil.
LUlllllll    llllll    llllU   ClllllllllllC'C
"l  un   ttiiuli,    lu   COmer    ttilii
manage] .v. 0, in it ui n.i ...
L.   bl,   It} •   1-0.
i.i.\N CREEK -mui'.m
I lie i,.,.lle s .11.1 solicit Ol lilt
1 lt'Sl.lUl i.ili iiiiiiiii, ilium,
nuliling a social eiilei uuuiiiilll,
111 the institute hall, uu iiuits-
iiat, l-iin 11.ut lasui, beginning
at B p.m. A guuii programme
Baa inin arranged and ugnt re-
llcsliliiiiiis lllll ba serveu.       A
g I imu is ussuinl tu all who
i.m attend,
New Spring Prints
and Ginghams
Our MW Spring Prints and lliiigliains have jusi arrived
in all the BCWeat patterns and shades, including stripes, dots
checks, and Boral designs.
32.B. Prints, all colors, gnml heavy COttOB, special  IOC
.win. Iiest quality English Prints, guaranteed fast colon,
This number was sold ut 15c, all over lasl tear,   uur
price        12',c
Beet quality Zephyr Ginghams, in all stripes and checks
IOC, 12',c, all'I  LSC
Sliambrays, all colors  15c
J. ,J. McALEECE
KEITH BLOCS
I.OXSDAI.K AVENUE
PHONE yt
WE HAVE SOLD
all the Lots in Block 169
D.L. 274, from Lot I to 14
Wo now offer for sale Lots 15
and li'., Mlook llii), at* $1750 eaeh
oui' quarter cash, balance spread
over S years, at 7 per cent. We
shall only sell these two Lots at
iboVe prioe. The rest will be
higher.
S. GINTZBURGER
The sio. news is exceptionally interesting and valuable this
ituk. I'licrc is information
worth ltioiic) io yuu in our advertisements,    Read them.
I MUaKELLAtJ   KKI'AIKKL
*-iiti> liled, ele.   Key liltiii'i
I Until      -     BaSSnl .-ir.'.'l m
I     tt .   TAYl.uH
BAGLOW   &   THORPE
Photographers
Special rate, lor one iveelt:—Firnt |'iir.nt tacit ninrniiiK to umkenii
a|'|...iiiti)ieiit |Stl photon, NfBlsr f i |ht doz ful ft SO; lad parent l.,r
|.1 J fed ...ir.-ut lor 1:1.50—lor children ap I" livi' year, oi ag.'.     Our
regular |5 1'nliiiiits (or tt per do/.,
air. l.no».l»le n.,*l Kaapl*.n..n», over ll.iiili a.f n.VA
•LIMITED-
163 Cordova Strict, Vancouver, B. C.
r 0, KB Sim.
REAL ESTATE DEPT.
Id
I li
1.1. Iiiii cabinet iei, I
Mitiiufaetitirr
*,i* kiii. 1 - I Mi*.-i >ii an.l Aiili.pl.' I liml-
inr.*. Store, Offlce, Baas un.l llnr Fix*
I ii. -    l;.*|.*iiriii|i in ull its liraii.li...
II   «.. I..'.. li.-l.'ili.*I.Un.ll.,.|...l«li
'iij*i ...ii, .**. i i
MAI l.ul! I'Kits fiven pr pi attention
i|.|)lieii.i,iii for Liquor License
Tiki: S'OTICE thatal thaaasl ineal
■ lag oi ihe Board "i UeaBM I m
iiii*.*iai|j,*i» ia-r ll..* i iti   i North Vim
■ ■■nt' r. I Intend to make ippHcatlon lor
i i.ittii licenM ior tbassleeisalrttai as,
N   • 11aa-r  liquors,   l"r   lh.
i*r.*ini.-.*. litnsUd on l...i is. Block IBS,
HI.. 171, UrouB I. Vancouver liistriit.
JOHN BK.XBON
Dated tbii i-i day ol I'.braart, IM
l|i|ilir.itioii for Slni|i lieense
Viiili I, i- hereby -livi-n that nl tIt.
*■" next maatini ol the Hour.! ol 11
.*.*n*.* i '.nm i--ii.ii.T- lor the t'iiy oi
Xortli Vsnooaver, I Inlend to apply lor
11< l.ul 11.1ii..r or bottlelleeass,ler tin
or, n.i*."• mi.ial. .1 ..n tin* -".ilh on.'-hall
• I I *l l'i. I-l... k   l'.V...Ii-ln.*t  I'll  171   io
Um add city ,,i .v.,rth Vucoever. H. C.
JOllXMcHAK
Dated, Pebraary 5th, IUB,
Tenders Wanted
TIKNDKK8 are invited lot the ereetlou
'   ol i midenee i..r |ir Vrraer, North
l ui' mn. r.     Plan-   and -p." iliaati,*iii'iii I.' Mee at Sharp' ,t. I bumpMo'i ef.
ra,   \"iiiia,i-   .,:;', Butinfi Hraet,
Vancouver,
I, ...I. i- musl !"■ in in Wedneeday,
Mi. 17th, 1908.
I...*'-i r .n.i ini.1,-r n"t seesaesrlly
i. .*.*pi.*.i
North Vancouver
HOSPITAL
j*.. .11. a,
THE i//vs/.s' DAW80S
i * - it. 'I -'.' ■i.m.. Medicsl iiiid
M. il, null   Nur*.*
Nurtli Sent Out on Appkcition
tv*  t.rii,-   appli   ..t   Iln-  Il..-pilul
c.r. i'liii Street t Bt, Andreu'i Ate.
PIIONF.   f,q
ouiiMK ft mm
Real Estate Brokers
llll  \MI I Iltl ISMtflM'l
LOCAL A1BKT* FOR
THiCnUUBITlNII
M ro.
I lor Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
goto inos. o. MILLS
Pioneer Resident Bool Makei
I Lonsdsle Ave . above 2nd Streei
|at the A. M. Uoss Slu'e Su n*
Loam (iranted   (or Leaf or Short
Period! ut 8'„ per lent.
121 Lonsdale Avenue
—(Tin- Urged list to choose fn ill,
inui 11,ocks in all parts of the city
STONEY 6 Co
I'A INTERS
DECORATORS
SIGN WRITERS
Diplock Wrighl
Lumber Co.
I7lh Street, Norlli Vancouver
1't.orr 30
Wallpapers,   Taints,   Varnishes,
etc., etc., etc.
117 Lonsdale Avenue
HENRYS
/ForHie Farm
/ or Garden. . .
f Sei'dt. Trca. 1'l.nl. .1 Hull.
I Hon... gruHii nn.I itior..»Kltl
| MM
I lt)0 I'mje fiilalnijnr Vn
\     Hi. J. HENRY
\ 3010 Westminstei Road
V Vancouver
NURSERIES
•u _
NORTH VANCOUVER
.|.   Mills. Riv  Ctmlu I Bullet, Ml
CaaBS .uia.
II..ar l.r« nii'l -i.it bo}1 n*
e.'ivi 'I  ..ii iik il.Taiti' iiu'lnniv.
i.*r.o* Thesehool will r pen Y
mi Mondsr, Jsn   litis. IM, X
A I...UH,. Mholanhip will I I* A
leredal Ksstcr lor rompetltinn X
I., bearden •••
♦♦♦MM>»t»»MtMMW
Dependable
Piano* • • •
at Barqain»
Some at half real vain.
We an*  lakine. main |ood
piaaoi in aschanga iw tlu*
KIM    41T0N0L4
ilu greati >t mechanical player
a'   .allll.
Some ol these used piaooi
an   U  good as tba day thev
li It the factory.
To reduce this stock are have
•elected a number ol bsrgsini,
' a atilail upright planus for
$200   $225   $250
*.,nranted t" be good as bi a*.
Terms:
$6, $7, $6 |>ir month
UMITKD
139-441 Kaetingi Streei
\\r ni'i' iimv prepared to
iulet' .iiilns for Ml 1,1. FIR
WOOD, iiii to 18 in. length
.ili'i-iiilv for tin* stove A load
contiiiiis aboui hiilt ii oord.
Price *'2 per load on or before
tielivery. 1'iwitively no wood
li'livered wiiluuii oaah, ai m
i-iiiiiiiit afford to pay i collector nt this price. All order*
will receive prompt attention
Kor Sal-
Rots
and District.    Hntiaea on sninll cash pay-
ni'-nt.   Ai-i. it-.'!' in city and district.
S|)fcial onporluilitiea for investment now.   List
your bargain* wiih ns for quick sale.
RENTAL DEPT.
llousi's, Flats und Sioivs—a good gtdoction at
raaaonabla rentals.
LOAN DEPT.
We bare BppliealionB for several loans on the
lust lirsl mortgage smirity in sums of $500
to $10,000. Interest 7, H&'Opc. per annum.
t'
Irwin i Billings Co.,
 p.td.
Cor. L'>naiUlc Avp aml-VIt S\.        N.i lh ViDfiourrr. B.C. T»I*phono IA
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\IIIITII VWCOIVKK mil k NIB CO.. LTD., TIM TABLE liHtt
HAtl.l    HIIUUII
•S.O0A.M.
•7(1(1   "
S.U0   "
8.I0   "
0.30  "
10.15  "
11.15  "
12.15 P.M.
1.15 "
2.lh   "
.1.15   "
4.15  "
5.15   "
S.15  "    '
"25  "
a is "
11.15 "
10.16 "
•11.30
IIAVINS SORII1 V4NCBUVI
11.20 A.M.
•7.20 "
SIO "
0.00 "
0.15 "
10.15 "
1145 "
12.46 T.M
1.46 "
245 "
.1.45 "
4.45 "
6.45 "
11.46 "
7.45 "
846 "
1.45 "
10.46 "
•11.45 "
NORTH VANCOUVER
•N..t aa Sundsv
...... .......*. .*• .*. .*.
♦XMW,,>,>,>*W*K*^^^H,-M,*fr*>*4>+<^*t!Hl**-*M^
FIRE  SALE
Opening WeekS Qrand Selling of House famishing*
(Mir lloiiscfiiniisliiiigs Fire Sale is imw in full swing and
mi far tha success of tins sale lias fnr outstripped our
greatest expectationa, Tha thooaanda of satisfied pur-
ehaaen who thronged tha Itora daily were more than
gi-ni-rous in tlieir expressions of pleasure .it the large
taring lo he made on puri-hasr*-.
Continued   Selling  for  Coming' WeeK
We are putting ottr latira reserve slock on sale at Fire Sale Priced,
Although wc have sold an enormous amount ot goods, we still have a
large stock to dispone of.
£? £? Don't Miss This Purchasing Opportunity _7 0
D. A. 5MITH (a Co., LTD.
Corner Granville (Si Dunsmuir Sts., Vancouver X
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