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VOLUME 9
NORTH VANCOUVKR, B. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1901).
NUMBER 7
Special Meeting of
Council
. SUCCESSFUL BALL
City
The  lirst   ball ol the season,
under the auspices ol the Horticultural society, was held   on
Wednesday evening, ami its pronounced success augurs well lol
___________ Ithe olher numbers of the series
I which has been arranged lor the
The aldermen were all present lings for ttjiis term were Itj Jj».- winter. The music was furn-
except Aid. Dick, at the special'«5, and the expenditures >i\- ished by Harpur's orchesli.i ltd
meeting ol the city council held '095.83. For the month of July was ol the usual excellent ordei
last evening. Mayor May pre-ithe earnings were (6751.98, and provided by that aggregation.
sided. tha expenditures, including   tin The  program   was   excellently
Diructors  Williams  and  Lar- -monthly     allowance    for   de- arranged, every number proving
son, Manager Heard and Secre-'prcciation,  namely  $415,   were popular.    Among those present
1—:-    ....mii,.* mere  tl
IMPORTANT DEAL
IN REAL ESTATE
ferry
com*
tary   Kemp  of  the
pany were present.
Mr. Stark, western manager
of Dominion Securities Company, Ltd., one of the 'sading
"14412.29, leaving a net surplus
oi (2,319. For the month ol
August the earnings were $6,-
318.33, and the disbursements,
including depreciation were >3,*
bond brokerage lirms of Cana- 660.97, leaving a net surplus ol
da was present by request, and $2657.41.    The returns lor Sep
kindly gave the council   inside ■■•---
information as to .he slate  ot
the bond market, and expert au-
vice as to the best lorm 111
which to place the pr -posed
loan on thc market. Mr. Stark
favored twenty or twenty live
year bonds issued directly by
the city as being most likely to
meet with ready sale at a 'air
price. A vote of thanks was
accorded Mr. Stark lor his address.
Secretary Kemp, of the ferry
company, rtad linancial ..'ate
ments as follows: Frou. Match
21 (the datd' at which the lerry
was laken over by lllc city) to
.lime 30, the statciiieni showed
a net loss of $2495.98. This
was due to the fact thai cxter-
sive improvements to boa-.s a'-d
wharves were made, of which
S5500 was paid out of levenue
and >'.;,'•" was capitali.id and
added to the value of the steamer St. George.    The .mul earn-
were the lollowing; Mr. aiid
Mrs. C. F. Jackson, Dr. and
Mrs. Dyer, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Evans, Mr. and .Mrs. P. Rochus-
si-n, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Martin, Missis C. M. Duller, V. G.
Gradwell, Batty Caineron, and
Messrs. J. A. E. Campbell,M.D.
S. Humphreys, Henry Woods,
A. E. Adamson, F. Criikmav,
W. J. Irwin, B. .!. Cornish, 1).
Oi Dick, .1. Loutet, A. E.
Kealy, H. V. Smith, A.B.Dip-
lock and H. L. Paynter. The
next ol the scries will be held
Thursday, December 9.
SURPRISE PARTY
tember are not yet complete,
but thu receipts for the month
amounted to S5300. The total
prolit lor July and August was
therefore $4976.41,and subtracting thc deficit up to June 30th,
namely, $2495.98, the net prolit
from March 21 to August 31
was $2480.43.
A lengthy discussion look
place as lo the length of the
loan, the rale of interest,   and
other important items, and also ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
as to whether it would be lhc: A iuiiiiIki ol Iriends ol Mrs.
better course to issue ferrv di-|-' -'■ Woods arranged lor lur ,1
lienlures guaranteed by the 1 ilil Vl'ry pleasing surprise, when
or straight city dcl-ciitures.     ' It'iey gathcrcl
City Clerk Shepherd was fii-
ally instructed to prepare a bylaw providing for a forty year
loan and to submit the same ul
thc council session, Monday
evening. Thc council favored
the plan ol putting the bonds
up lor tender rather than handing them over to any one firm
to be marketed.
HOME BUILDING AND
INVESTMENT  COMPANY
SEASON'S   EVENT
^^^^^^^^^^^^^-_ , Among the artistes thai have
"The British Columbia Home ))ecn tafssud for the choir con-
Trusts, Ltd.," is lhe name ol a cert m ^ . church,
new company now in process of '
formation, lor the purpose of on Thursday, the 21st inst., are
providing means whereby work- Miss Grace Hastings, the ccle-
ing men and others, who have brated violinistc, formerly solo
at command only a limited   a- violinist ior  the  Boston Sym-
tlii-i gathered al lur home on
'Friday lasl to congratulate her
upon the attainment ol the
■china anniversary ol her marriage. The coinpanv consisted ol
Mesdaiiies Ceo. .1. Phillippo,A.
Hendry, F. Turner, Jas. McNair, Dr. Verner, E. A Moulin
C. B, Rains),.id, A. E. Kealy,
II. C. Wright, A. S. Billings.
Although taken coinplitelv by
surprise Mrs. Woods proved herself a charming hostess, and
highlv appreciated the thought-
(iiliiess and lhe good wishes ol
her guests. The occasion proved dclighilul 111 every way ami
was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
phony orchestra. She has played in all the large cities, and recently had the honor ol playing
belore Karl and Lady Grey. She-
is an artiste "par excellence"
and all lovers of music should
hear her. Miss Elizabeth M.
Fournier, the well known dramatic soprano, has also been secured for this concert, and will
prove a big drawing card. The
Mozart trio, consisting ol violin
cello and piano. Mr. Thompson, tenor. Mr. Allan Stevenson, reader and the choir will
complete the bill. Don'l lail lo
keep the date, Thursday, October 21st.    Tickets 25c,
The property at lhe loot ol
Lonsdalu avenue, now occupied
by the Braikinan-Ker Milling
company, Martin (4 Smith, and
K. Miller, and popularly known
as lhe Western Corporation property, changed hands this week
at the record price ol $500 per
loot frontage or 1)0,000 in all.
The purchaser was Capt. J. D.
Foreman ol Vancouver,who for
many years has been an extensive operator in tugs, ele, upon
tht Inlet, Interviewed by a re-
'prcsenlalivc ol The Express,
Capt. Foreman was decidedly
reticent, and beyond the conlir-
11,.ninn oi the sale, was not disposed to take the public into
Ihis 11 miniiiili* at the present
stage of proceedings. When
his attention was called to the
I fact that it is currently reported thai he intends constructing
a large wharf for Uie purpose ol
carrying on a general shipping
and wharfage business; that the
necessary facilities will Ik- provided for conveying li eight cars
on his barges across the lnlcl,
and that one of the transcontinental railways is assoiialed.
with the scheme 111 sonic rcspccl
Capt. Foreman enlerul no denial to these reports. He stated.
however, that the plans were
not al present in a sulhciciitly
advanu'd  stage to enable   him
10 make any definite announcement. The property ' in quis-
tion is one of the most valuable
011 lhe north shore, having a
frontage of loo feet on lhe Inlet
with deep waler, and loo feet on
Lonsdale avenue.
G. E. McMurtrie ol Vancou
ver, has rented a house here.
The new residence of R. A.
Bachelor on 4U1 slreet is now
11 adv lor occupancy.
Social and Personal Items
N. Lonsdale and Jack Loutet
Dancing School—J. A. Stoiuy
teacher. Eagles' hall, every
Monday evening, coiiiineucing
Oct. II, 1909, at 8 p.m.
Wanted. — Girl to assist in
general housework. Mrs. II. M.
Bums, I1S5 3rd slreel east
T. C. Keys and family from
Vancouver have moved into a
house on 2nd street west.
mount of capital, BM) readily
proiurc the necessary money to
buy their own property and
erect their own homes.
The methods of operation of
the company diller considerably
from those adhered to by the
ordinary building society, and
are designed at once to mbaiuc
the prolils accruing to :.n.ire-
hnlili 1 -• and to facilitate aril to
expedite, where desired, ihe procuring ol a loan by those members who may require such.
lt is anticipated that the company will be in position to advance loans on exceptional!}
advantageous terms lo the borrower, so that members will be
able to repay their loans in installments which will amount
to considerably less than they
had hitherto been paying in rent
The principles upon which The concert 111 St. Clement's
this new undertaking is based hall last evening was uitanih
have la-en carelully examined a success The tableaux, MM
aiid highly commended by well and charades were well slagul,
known linancial experts in Van- and well acted, provoking luls
couver. Prominent ciui/.etis ol ol laughter and applause, owing
North Vancouver are activclv t" wind, it was a dilluult task
identified with the company, to oblain order for the musical
and it is the intention to oper- nui.ibcr. Thc songs wire will
ate to a large extent upon this received and many encores had
side of the Inlet. An arrange- to be given. Rev. 11. II Oil
ment such as this will fill a lies acted is chairman, and tin
long felt wanl locally, and accompaniments were played b]
should assist materially in pro- Mr- Wtch, On request it was
moting the growth of North announced that the concert is
Vancouver's contented popula-!*0 ** repeated on Tuesday, the
tion.
LYNN VALLEY NOTES
LOCAL NEWS
Chief ol  Police Dams
doiui lo Salem,   (begun,
week, on ollicial business.
wenl
tills
19th inst., at 8 p-m.
Harvest Thanksgiving senilis
will bc held in St. Clement's
hall on Sunday next at 11 a.m
and 7 p.m.
The date given for the
NEW CITY TREASURER
S. Humphreys  has   been   If
pointed to succeed Thos. Shep-
herd (resigned) as city trcasur- ] The date given lor the sale 0
er. Mr. Humphreys has lieen in work by the ladies' aid ol tlu
charge of the iiiy accounts for j Presbyterian chord last WM
some time in the capacity of as- was erroneous. The sale mil
sistant, and has well earned the'take place during the afternoon
promotion Mr. Shepherd will oi the tb- insl., not the 21st 11
devote himself entirely to the stated. In lhe evening ul tin
duties ol citv clerk and assessor same dav, there will la- an enter-
should the dty solicitor advise ti lament in the Institute, when
thai the two positions mav tin- admission will be 1,5c. Tick-
consistently bc held by the same cts may bc had of any number
person. 0' ~t ladies' aid.
SCOTTISH   BAI.l,
The  foregathering ol participants in the lirst Scottish ball
ol '.ic season, held under the
auspices of the local St And
rew's and Caledonian soclet] at
the I lm lu iillin al liall, Moud.ii
levelling, was somewhat smallii
thin it otherwise would hau
bien, on account of the unfavorable nature ol lhe weallur conditions. Thu (unction proved
tO be one ol unqualified clijoy-
liiiiil however, and the merry
assembly tripped lhc lighl fantastic to lhe Uini' ol iviclleiit
inns,1, until the "wee sina'
hours." The next cvcnl ol lhe
so'iily lakes plan mi November 30th.
BOAT CI.l'B PKI/.ES
Norih Y.iiiuiiivet boatiag dab
is arranging a priat coateet, m
oidii iu provide roads loi Um
puuli.isi: ui  addiUoaal equip
llielll, ol which the ilub stainU
grcatlv III need. 'I'lielu |ni/i I
in all mil hi ulliiul as I0II0W1
Run illg boal
Seiung machine
Biiyile
Phonograph
Dingy
I'.old natili
China service
Gun
Camera
Fishing rod
Ton ol 1 n.il
Electric iron
The distriliuiiun ,,1 priu 1 will
be held on January 291I1 nut
Dr. Verner is tins week moving into his splendid new residence on Victoria park west
N. V. Dramatic club is getting in lorm for the production
ol "Charlie's Aunt" next month street.
Neu suiiili lias been prepared
and a very successlul practice
was held Thursday evening.
J. S. Reid is preparing to
move into his new residence 011
5U1 street east.
A. W. Sargent has opened up
a real estate ollice on 3rd .street
west of Lonsdale avenue.
Malcolm McMillan has beea
confined to the house for a few-
days sullering from a severe
cold.
The boarding house creeled on
2nd street east for Mrs. Man-
ville, is coiiiplcled and will be
occupied shortly.
II. H. Millard and family, of
Vancouver, are newly arrived
residents, having taken a house
oa 9II1 street east.
P. Larson went down to Ins
ranch this morning, al Eagle
harbor, 011 business, accompanied by a patty.
The dancing school opened on
Monday last by J. A. Stoney,
was well attended, and gives
every promise ol a successlul
season.
. It has linally lieen arranged
lhat the gates across thc C.P.
R. tracks at the Vancouver
landing, will bc installed during
November,
\V. I. Stein ol the lirm of W.
T. Stem tk Co., chartered accountants, Vancouver, removed
with his lamily lo this city this
week and is residing on   loth
A hockey team consisting ol
live ladies aiid six gelitleliun,
captained by Cilv Treasurer S.
Iliiliiplinvs, will go lo Hiirnalii
on Thanksgiving Day, tat I
friendly game with the hoi key
team ol that municipality.
The Fruit Magazine is the
latest addition lo the maga
/.ims ol lhe province. The in
itial mini lm, just lo hand, is
an attractive publii ation, replete wilh illustrations, ol convenient size and printed on high
class papei The
dials wilh matters pertaining
lo lhe (run industry ami kind
red  tuplis.
Prol. O'Brien will hold a dancing class in the Eagles' hall,
North Vancouver, on Thursday
cvcinngs, starting October 141I1,
at 8 o'clock.
Chief Constable Waller Owen,
ol Atlin, who arrived from the
norlli on Friday last, returned
to his headquarters al Allin, on
Wednesday.
The pulpit at   the   Methodist
hiirch will lu iniiipuil Sunday
morning   by   ti. W. Giiminell,
and 111 the evening by the pastor Rev. B. II. Balderston.
(juarlxr acres close in lor flJO
Two miles nearer the wharf
than any other subdivision al
the same money. Two years'
terms. Jack Loutet 213 Lonsdale.
Percy Webster, who left last
spring 011 an extended visit in
England, returned last week,accompanied by his bride, Mr.
and Mrs. Webster will reside on
Bewickc avenue.
Wuodcutting. — Waited. 10a
mills ol wood cul. Apply to
Geo. Wagg, ll( Hastings street
west, Vancouver, or before 7
a.m. and alter I p.m., at conur
ul Lonsdale and :5th street.
Thomas S. Nic leaves tomorrow 1 Saturday I to join ins
wile who has been visiting
in England lor sometime paat,
Mr. Nye expects to pay an extended visit lo the Old Country
Tenders will Ik- received (or
lhe painting oi the Methodist
iliiinh, up to Friday, October
22, at 8 p.m. Spcciiuatioiis to
be obtained at Cummings' store
Lonsdale avenue.
The name of A. E. Kealy was
inadvertently oinilled irom tin
report ol the annual meeting ol
the board of trade last week.
Mr. Kealy was appointed chairman oi the public improvements
commitU-e.
Thc choral society held a «K1
successlul practise 111 the parish
liall on Wednesday evening. The
attendance ol ladies was much
larger than usual, and all tin
parts were well balanced. Good
progress was made on "Thc
Rose Maiden."
The Merry Widow club has
arranged a series of dances, to
Ik- held 111 lhc Horticultural hall
only are her ilurishid dream
ul hemming .1 llish w,it,*i sea
port seemingly in a fair wai to
lie realized, Imi   the  dtv lias
Itttei   press every  second Friday.     The ex-
.111 dates an as follows;    Oct.
22, Nov. 12 and 2b, Dec. 17 and
31, Jan. 14 and 28, Feb. 11 and
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Jj5, Marih 11 and 25.    The com-
Ali.nis appeal  io have i.ik.n i"1"1'' - dutfp  are  J. Kelly,
a decided tan lor the better lor T. C, MiMillan, j. r. Badger,
tin   "old town uii the Fraser     and P. Booth.
111 mute senses lhan one.     Nol
A merry aowd ol Norlh Vaniouver sihool Inns and girls
went over on the 7 50 leiri iln-,
morning,   hound   lor   the   New
Dr. Morrison leaves tomorrow
1 Saturday) upon a hunting trip
and will be ahsuit lor two
weeks. Dr. Dyer will be lound
at Dr. Morrison's ollm- and will
make appointments, etc., lor
Dr. Morrison's patrons during
his absence.
Mrs. A. J. Tyson, will receive
lor the lirst lime since taking
up her residence 111 North Vancouver, on Wednesday the 2oth
inst., Irom 3 to 6 o'clock p.m.,
in the suite in the Flat Iron
bloik, 800 Lonsdale avenue.
J. F. 0. C. Wood, 01 the firm
ol Wood I Son, Weill over lo
Kliuinc on Thursday, to eBJOJ
I lew  dais gt,olIM  huilllllg.   Mr.
Wood wiin In speii,il uiviialion
llulll ,111 ilillliisiaslu Illllirod
uin, uwns mie ul the best hunting areas ol the Delia and is
tin nluie .isMiiul ot excellent
sport.
IH      I l Ull/AM,      uuw       a Sts.       -.•■•  r. <
likewise succeeded in tacnritu a Weatmuater lair, to participate
ll-      #-a :a.a     . <        ta    „ ,	
Major  Ilewke ol  Vaacoavei
has removed with Ut larnilt to I
their   new    residentc   on   King
street, this city.
Dr. Honiaoa leaves tomorrow
(Satarda] > upon n hunting trip
ami will lie alisi-il (ul lim
weeks.      Dl    Dili  will  lie lolllid
at Di  Morrison's ofici aad will
make appointments. 1 iui
Dr. .Murnson's patrons duiing
his absence.
whole week ol ideal wiathii lor
lhe annual lair. The u-niic ul
popul.itiuii aliuiit Bui 1,iid In
let mav experience .1 1 unsuitable shut when the Royal CitJ
lollies to her own.
North  Vaniouver lodge.   No
55, I 111) F . has completed .11
raiigeiniiits tus a grand   bull in
lhe Hortiiulltiral hall. OB   the
evening   of   Thanksgiving   dai
111 Childun's Day. In main
lllstailies lhe ihililnti wen .11
loinpaiiied by their pan nls
The arrangemeiils were made
by Assistant Principal Crow der
and included a special i.n I
dorned with streamers along
tin sides Inuring the nann
North Vancouver.
The Christ ian Emit avo) s'«ie
ty ol St. Andrew's l'risln titi.ni
M'uulav the 251I1 inst Hat    ihuuli held its regular meeting
pur's otckaatra has beea tecor- last Moadaj evening,   The at-
ed lor the   ouaslon        Spuial luiilaliu* w as veil laig.     Ageli-i
cars and I ipedal boal will   U-'eral disuissioti was held on the
in   readiness   to  COflVejl   guests, qiiestiuli   "Iluw   Mav  lhe Vollllg
reluming  to  VanCOOVtl     Tick People Help the PaatOT,"    and
els mav  be pTOCBTed  liuin the proved both interesting and in-
liicmbers  ol  tlu   lodgt Dr stnntivi      It   was  decided   to
ItorriaOB,  A   I   Kenned)*   and try to arrange a series ul led
J   Kelly are the committee in ures during  ihe winter,  from
charge," prominent Vancouver speakers.
A large'number of Vancouver
contractors have been seen 111
the city tins wni. li.iving come
over to look over lhe giotind,
preparatory to subtuilUBg a
tender   011   the   construction ol
the Linn Valley extetuion   oi
the B. C, El. Ky. Co. I.o. il
contractors have also been figuring on the work.
At Wallace shipyards, the Hew
-.um (nr I'tiiun s. s compaaj,
was launihed on Tuesdai The
floor timbers are being laid
Inr the tank barge lor the N11I1-
ols Chemical Company Bteam*
ships Comox .nul Active  wen
on the wais this week lor general repairs. The tag Mi sti n
which i.m mi the imks in the
north was at lhe   vaiils   for   a
general overhauling. Work is
Hearing lompletion on the item
wheeler steamer for the Brooks
iScanlon Lumber Company. TIIK EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C
Ittllll
An article in the linaiu ial col
iiiinis ui a recent nuuitu i ol thi
London Standard, sn ves to givi
the juil'lii verj satisfactory ijyi
dence that the B. C, Kl, R> Co
Ltd. has formulated a couipn
hensive schemi i.n llu i steti ion
ol ns Inns, and tin increase ol
ihe lacilitiee at itt command loi
ilu rapid ini ri ai e in lit traflii.
in Ii.nniiiiix with tin podtion as
t.in ul lhc hailing [actors in ilu
s,,liiti<in ol tin transportation
problem la British Colombia,
The company has set in opera
lion a plan i" secun lush cap!
lal, io the amount oi aol  less
than  S.'..-i""."""   bj   im.nis  ol
uhlili to i.ni)  'his siln 1111  Into
iiiiii. That tin companj Is
proceeding advisedly, in raising
this Hiuiiii anal in prosecuting
,m iiutgitK and enterprising
policy is evidenced Irom lie lacl
cited ia the article, to which reference is m.ule. that the i .1111
ings ol the compan) loi tlu past
financial yeai wi re si venteen pi r
Cent ill evils'- ul lhe earnings ol
the pill lulls year
The ex.H t wording ol the Item
in the Standard, with referenci
to the financial arrangements ol
ihe compan). is as lollows:
"Owing i" ii" nt'iiasi In ilu
i.linings [oi Uu financial yi ai
ended Jam loth, to 1335,854, •"
17 per cent. Ia eiceta ol the
earnings ui the previous year,
the directors ol the British Colombia EliiiiK Railwaj Company have undertaken main
extendons lor the purpose ol
meeting   the   require!
DAIRY
NOKIII    .   a    a
VANCOUVER
Phone 126     Store 111 1st street west j
The Opening nnd Maintaining of a
Savings Bank Account is a duty that
everyone owoh, both to themtselvcH
and to llmse dependent on them.
Your Sn villus Account Solicited.
ll   I.   PAYKTEE,       Agent
NORTH VANCOUVEI, B, C,
nl
transportation in us territory,
necessitating a siill lurther ia-
cream ia ns suppl] ol power,
ndltng stock, etc, Tlm have
therefore, decided  to make aa
issiu ui '. 500 ' "i fresh cap!
tai, divided nnu 100,000 five
jui mu cumulative perpetual
preference shares ol '.1 each, at
a premium d is,; 100,008 five
per cent non-cumulative prefen
ul i.nlm.ii\ shares "i 11 eai h,al
,1 premium d is■. aad too, >
deferred ordinal*) shares d '-1
1,uh, at a premium ol is. These
shares are ollered to tlu existing
pit lilted alld dililli'l stallholders in tin* proportion ol two five
jK.r unt cumulative perpetual
prderencc shares, two five pel
utit. iiuii-iiiiinilaiiie preferred
ordinary shares to one deferred
ordinary share i"r everj i"in-
jilcti i.'i ol preferred ordinan
or deferred ordinary simk held
by them."
North Vancouver was favored
sunn months ago by a vidt
lruin ullui.iK, high in the counsels ul ilu board ol directors,
tnd tin -.ilm,n\ iiint'. ul per-
soiial acquaintance npon  tlmr
part, with the advantages possessed In and uuh iln opportunities ollered by the Nnrth
Shore, are already in evidence,
in the active steps being taken
inu,ud the construction oi the
Lvnn V.iliu extension, and the
further fact that ihe engineering
department has bow ob hand,
preparation d data arith reference to the further extendon d
the line at Lonsdale ave, north.
li would in Information d the
must gratifying nature, were it
tu develop that lhc dlence preserved, with reference t" tha
building oi a line iiji tin Capita-
in. 1.iiuv, has inin tin chosen
Iiuiiii ui the compan]. In order
that plana for the actual construction ul ihis line might be
carried tu conclusion expeditiously .md satisfai torily, Tin
possibilities ui an Immense pat*
■   traffic   tu  this  i.minus
sieiiii result arc su a|ipai'i!lt.tu
even  the mosl casual   oliMiui.
that ii is scarcely reasonable to
sii|>|iusc, thai the conatrnctioa
ui ilns lim* ai a comparatively
early date wuuld in* omitted
(ruin a scheme ut expaarion su
comprehendve, as that which
the iniil].,nn nun hai i" hand
The iunslrilitii.il ul these
three lines, casl, north and west
together with tin 1 xtendve improvements whieh ate nun being
arranged in  ihe harry  service,
Wonld insure .ni ela nl gruivtji
uii the Nnrth Shore- ul an 1111-
|uindented liatuie. and rellex
influence d whiih as for the 11.
C, I'll. Ky. Cu. wonld he seen in
.1 greatly enlarged and steadily
im reusing earning power for lhe
local tram system,
DOMINION EXPORT HiKi-.Al'
'flu* department uf trade and
commerce nf iln federal government, has sent nut circulars tu
lhe elleil that 11 has lieell decided lu establish an export liiircali
lor tin- benefit id manufacturers
throughout the dominion,   who
lllal desire lu cultivate lhe export trade. Ii is ihe intention
to coiiijiile and publish an index
ul Canadian liianulacltireis, en-
porters and producers generall),
whu desire tu extend their Italic
abroad, too this pnrpoac prim
ed forms an supplied by the department, which interested una.
an* requested lu hli out and return, entering the details nl articles manufactured ur produced
in alphabetical order. These |ists
will he given the preference ai
all times, when the nanus nl
such Canadian lirms arc required hy intending purchasers
abroad. As the miormauon is
received ai the department,  11
will he Iorwarded lo all tlic Canadian uade commissioners ia
the 1,11 inns parti ol the wurld,
aiid will he systematically indexed, so that the information
inn 1,lined will he readily avail-
able in thur respective offices,
that is in say, ilns information
will he al once available ill .six
offices in the T'1111111 kingdom,
um* in Prance, utie in South
Alrii,1, mie 111 Mexico, une tu the
Wesl Indies, twn in Austialla,
une in China, uiie 111 Japan, nne
in Holland and OM 111 Niw-
luundlaiid. The possibilities ul
benefit lo Canadian lirms which
tlus scheme presents are sn patent lhat there can he nu duiilil
but thai lhe plaB will unci wil'i
a promjil and iiiianiniuits res-
putise Iroiii Interested concerns
throughout the length aiid
breadth ul the dominion.
T. II. Kiiigslii, Lonsdale ami
15th street, will lie an outgoing
passenger mi s. s. Uonteagle mi
tlm iota inst., bound fur l'ckin,
where he will resume his duties
as business .iiKiscr lu his BXCl 1
leiicv Chow Chi Chin, whosi
111i111iH-rci.il operations Include a
mint, the city waterworks s\s
tun and extensile milling interests.
PROVINCIAL   ELECTIONS  ACT
RICHMOND  ELECTORAL  DISTRICT
TAKI, NOTK K thai I have received objections in writing tu the lollowing names bdng retained aa placed "ti ilu List ut Voters lor iln  Richmond Electoral District, un tin* grounds  set
ll Halm
ANH 1 il.i notice 'h.i *ii .1 Court m Revision to be held on the 1st da) d November, 1909,
nt ilu (in 1 I.ili, North Vancouver, B C . .it tin o'clock in the forenoon, I 'hall heal and detei
Mai ,a;.| objections and unless tin ju 1 s<<ns objected in, ur snme other Provincial Voters oa
Hmi inli..li satid] un thai the said objections 01 .nn one nl ihem are Hot well bunded, 1 shall
Strikl   tin   II.,111'', nil llli   '.lid  Reg -I'l
Dated ihis ;ih da] d Octi ber, 1909.
Thomas SHEPHE1D
Registrar d Voters loi Richmond Electoral Distriii
LIST OF NAMES OBJECTED TO
Ko.
NiMH
lli'-i'liin'i'
Profession
Triuli* nr
Calling
Ground
..f
01'jlTt inli
Angela I'liii'i      Hastings T.S . Hastings P.O.... foreman Not British Subject
r,m *il'i Paonessa      Victoria road, South Vancouvei laborer Not British Subject
I',,iiiln li llul ,111     12nd street west, Vancouver .... brewer Nut Hritish Subject
Wilhelm Laisnii      loth aveune, South Vancouver.., carpenter Not British Subject
Hill Cnst P.O.
Andro Sextro Deadman's Island     fisherman Not in Richmond E D
Julius Poml     Deadman's Island     fisherman Not In Richmond E D
I'.i.n  Bl.isiih      Deadman's Island      fisherman Not in Richmond 1-i 1)
Domeuico Piclnich     Deadman's bland     fisherman Not in Richmond K D
luhn London Rainier   953 Hornby street, Vaiicuiiver... broker Nol in li'dimmd 1', D
()l,,l Wit/ell      337, ud street,Nurlh Yuiiinuvtr red estate   Not Hritish Subject
agent
fohn III iii'ii.ilil    ,., Lum Valley, North Vancouvei merchant "C
•( ,|,ndi, th.,1 persons ohjei u-d lo ceased, lor .1 period ol six months, next before the holding ol tin Court ui Revision, toresidi in Richmond Electoral District,
V.'.lal   ali'lilPry   0(   al.i'a    Milk    Itml I'li'.lll I
qu.llly guftriiiti.-il    New ]..l,l Egg. on IirihI ;
ttl.aa aliitlci* Abbtilfifuril (Jreaimery Bultor; anal
U*a  a lamil
l-li(iii<. lit.      l.eAve unluri tt store,
WM. PHILIP Prop.
North Vancoaver
Transfer
S. ANSON
ProSrltlw
CartagCi Kemovnls,
Parcel Delivery,
Storage
(IN       I.'I. .\», 'MAUI   K       I IC IIM n
KiHaWHI NEAR WHARF
Telephone 70.        Night Calls 13
WEDDING
RINGS
New Clothing
Tor Tall
Mas Just Arrived
Buy early while there is a
large range to choose from.
Every suit is a bargain
CUMMINGS
Gent's Clothing, Furnishings, Men's,   Ladies', and
Children's Knots and Bkoaa.
NEXT TO BURNS' MKAT MARKET
iv. n. »Tns«r
W. C.  MI1IBIIIIIV
Are nought for, hut not hy women, yet the fair sex are oiten
consulted about the purchase,
ur they should he. Wedding
riagl cannot he too good in
quality—they are uoi everyday
pun liases. Wc- have them in
heavy solid gold, guaranteed
to last a long lifetime, ln
other styles of rings we easily
lahe the lead in variety, quality snd low prices. Buy your
jewelry here and you will get
the best value Inr your innn.iy,
Sole aj-enU fnr Murmco, the belt
material for willi and ceiling*
Phone R90
W. H. STONEY ®, CO.
signs of awry description
Wallpapers, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, etc.
House Painting  Glazing, Paper Hanging, Kalsomining
Decorating, etc.
GRASSIE & CO.
318 Cambie Street
!»   NOKTH VANCOUVER
B*K
Look for the shove trade mark,
the   sign of quality,   on   your
cereal foods.
We manufacture lhe best
Rolled Oats
on the market today.
('.mitxl! i Suu.rl
Proprietor.
STEAM
LAUNDRY
Everything n«w and up to-date.     All classes ol  laundry
work for hotels, houses, individuals, etc.
First-clasi work ny latest and best methods.     City  snd
district delivery.    Moderate charges.
Have your Lsunbry Word done locally,
HUD (lllld AND WORKS:
14th Street, East
DOWN I0WN OHICl
S7 lonsdale Ave
Leave your orders with us for
HAY, GRAIN
AND  CHOP
Prompt Delivery
Satisfaction Guaranteed
ihe Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdale Avenue,
at  Ferry Landing
Jas. Chapman,   local manager.
Cars leave ferry landing ior
all points, as follows:
•6.15 a.m.
*6.45   "
•7.20   "
7-50  "
8.20  "       >.
8.50   "
9.20  "
9-45   "
Alter which cars leave nt ten
minutes past the hour and twenty minutes to the hour  until
midnight.
• Not on Sunday*
Cars leave Lonsdale Avenue,
Keith Road, and Queensbury
Avenue Terminals as follows:
•6.05 a.m.
•6.30  "
•7.00  "
#7-35  "
8.05  "
8.35  "
9.00  •'
9.25  "
9-45  "
10.35  "
10.55  "
After which cars lesvs st hie
minutes to the hour .md twenty-five minutes alter lie hour
until midnight.
For Grouse Mountain take the Lonsdale Avenue car. For
Lynn Valley take the Queensbury Avenue car. For Capilano
take the Keith Road car.
aSWWWWWWaSWWWWW-F TffTffffffff aT/af aT/af 9 W War'V'F'V1'V Vafay VffffffVV
Sna|) in Lynn Valley
One-quarter acre block, on Centre Koad, close to store aiul car line.
$275, $75 cash, the balance in 6,12 and 18 months.
Another simp in  Lynn Valley—3 acres in D.L. 2169, $1075.   $575
cash, the balance in 6 and 12 months.      For a short time only.
THESE ARE THE TWO BEST BUYS IN LYNN VALLEY
Martinson & Co.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents
SORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. TIIK EXPRESS, NORTH  VANCOUVKR, B, C.
The aldermen were all present
and Mayor May presided at the
session of the city council, on
Monday evening.
Communications as follows
were read: From A. G. l'erry,
to the elicit that Mr. Glover,
assistant manager of the •,. C.
El. Ry. Co. was unable to meet
the council this evening, as requested, but would do so at |
dale to be arranged.
From II. C. Wright, uilyisir**
council that the building ujK-ra-
tiolis which he proposes to ci.ny
on on his lots on 15th street, in
1)1, Mb, will cost about $.V"»>;
wagon road lo be constructed,
as requested,
From Martin & Smith, for ff.
A. Watson Taylor, asking lhat
Mr, Taylor be allowed lo clear
at his own expense, that portion
of McKay road, within the city
limits to 1). L. hoo; permission
granted.
From F. A. I.ce, ofiering a
horse, cart and harness for 5225;
council not interested.
From W. Bailey, requesting a
sidewalk through Victoria park
and also an arc light at the
junction of upper and lower
Keith roads; relerred to board
of works and lire and light committee, respectively.
From .N.V. Transler & Livery
Co. requesting that the sidewalk
on Esplanade cast, be continued
to tlieir stables; board ol works
to act.
From N. V. City Ferries.Ltd.
requesting council to submit a
loan bv-law to the people, lo
raise Ior lerrv purposes,the sum
of Jl2K,ooo, as lollows: Wharl
|35,00O; floats, etc., Sio,000;
new ferry steamer, 193,000.
Council wa.s ol opinion that
thev should be placed in possession ol a linancial statement,
showing the earnings and the
expenditures ol the ferry since
it came under the control ol the
cilv; board of din-dors lo be
requested to provide the same,
aiid to meet the council Thurs-
d,iv evening.
A petition (rom property owners, that 20th street be opened
up from Sutherland ave through
D. L. 616, as they wish to improve their property, was laid
on the table pending an inquiry
Irom the clerk, as to the character ol the proposed improvements.
A tender from Geo. Wild, to
supply 15 cords of wood at 54
per cord, was accepted.
Chiel Davies informed council
that the furnace in the ciiy lull
was smoking very badly. The
chief wa.s empowered to have
the furnace put in proper condition.
Hoard ol works accounts to
the amount of $236.52, were ordered paid.
The linance couiniittee recommended that the resignation ol
Thomas Shepherd al city treasurer bo accepted, and that S.
Humphreys be appointed in his
stead, the salary ol cilv clerk
and city treasurer to be $K,s per
month each. Adopted.
An inquirv from the city solicitor as to the protective measures desired by the council a-
cross lhe l.l'K. tracks at the
entrance to the ferry landing,
was laid over until Tliiirsdai
evening.
AOiylaw lu prohibit the use ul
firearms within the cilv limits,
was read a lasl tune and linally
passed.
Aid. Schult/. intimated thai
he had ready the bylaw of which
he had given notice, to raise In
way of loan, a sum uf money
lor" purposes ol street improvi-
liicnt,bul he had lell the amOtUl
in the bylaw blank, and wished
to bc advised by the board of
works what amount would bc
appropriate.
The proposed bylaw precipitated a lengthy discussion, in
which each alderman and tin
mayor participated.
Aid. McNeish declared that in
his opinion, the city had readied a critical point in respect to
street improvements, at which
lhe policy adopted wollld mean
either au up grade or a down
grade movement. Council had
started out at the beginning ul
thc year with the avowed policy
that in opening up new street
work, a Iwenty loot street nnd
a sidewalk should bc constructed out ol general revenue. He
had giveu personal supervision
to all the operations ol thc tion, and lor this reason she
board of works during the year must be able to assure settlers
He had accorded it as close at- a road and a sidewalk to then
.telitioti as if it had been his own residenci.
I personal business. He had been Aid. Voung was still of the
'careful to study the working out same opinion lhat he had held
lol the theory in every phase ol at the beginning of the year,
it, and the result was that act- Norlh Vancottva had been in-
ual experience hud convinced jural by the policy ol doing no
him that the system was wrong thing ou streets but by local ini-
Early in lhc year an attack had pt'oveinelit, Al the same time
been made Upon the local im- there was very much that it was
provement bylaw, but il the lair to du only by local lm*
hoard ol works had al its dis- provcinciit, and it was a shame
posal today, as much un-iicy as that more had nul (wen done In
had been appropriated at the that method this year. He dul
beginning ol Uie year, il uould nut agree 11 ith the previous
not be sufficient lo do all the speaker, thai council had doiu
work thai was now asked ior, all lhat might have been done,
and even il il were so, by lhc lor lhc local improvement bylaw
time that wurk was completed, might have been placed in proas much mole would have ap- per Condition early in the yen,
peered in sight.   Under the pro- imd it beea given proper atiea*
seiil system lt Was impossible tiun. Council had not doiu
to catch up with the work. The their duty by the Inlaw. The
last thing council should have bylaw had been sidetracked
done was tu amend thc local nu- There was no excuse lor the lail
provement bylaw. They should that the bylaw had been lell
have lelt it alone, lie was con- with the cilv solicitor all sum-
vinced that il >25,ooo Were bur- mer lo do nothing with. He had
rowed under lhc proposed by- himsell given ,1 guarantee that
law, as much more work would he would bring in a workable lobe in sight before that work was I cal Improvement bylaw, which
done. To proceed under a loan!is in use elsewhere in the pro-
011 the general credit oi lhe city Jvince.but his proposal was turn-
would be unfair to those who ed down. The general rcvi'tiiu
might come under the local  nn- [had   accomplished   all   lhat   he
I. (). O. F.
North Vancouver Lodge, No
J5, meets every Thursday evening, corner Lonsdale avenue and
First street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting 'brethren cordially invited to
attend. Edwin Peers, N. G.;
Thos. S. Nye, Rec.-sec.; J. H.
filling, Fin.-sec.
Hoard of Trade
North Vancouver Board of
Trade meets the third Tuesday
of each month, al 8 o'clock p.
in., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday of each month. D. G.
Dick, President ; .1. R. J. Mur
lay, Secretary.
A SNAP
WR ACRES CLOSE TU LONSDALE AVE
This will iniiki' a good subdivision
Prices and tt rins rifht.
ALEXANDER SMITH £» CO.
Lonsdale Avenue,
liiiiies—Office 24
nenr rem
it.use
•19
provement system Inter,   The
change lrolii one system lo llu
other could not be made without
injustice, and the local improvement plan sliould be adopted
and adhered tu belore su much
work had been done out oi general revenue, lhat serious injustice wollld result to thuse 11 hu
later, paid fur their own improvements. There yet remained some minis ui the hands   ul
had expelled ihal il would   in
sirect improvements,    li  was
only lair that a cutain amount
of work on a slreel should be
done   out   ol   general   revenue.
The local improvement plan ior
preliminary work was too riot
aiul cambersoau and expensive.
If forty cents a foot is more
than lhc general revenue could
.iiiuiil, ilnn ihe amount conld be
made less, su thai all applicants
the board ol works, and he was would get Impartial treatment,
of opinion that lor lhc reinaind-1,,nd then the   permanent   work
.r ol the year, operations should
be restricted to roads. Thc oiih
solution ol lllc problem ol slieel
improvements, 11 as the loial improvement plan*
Aid. McRae believed in befog
guided soldi  In  what had been
learned irom expeiieiiu-, Irrespective ol any theories ihal previously have been held. Be was
of opinion lhat there would
have to bc a change oi Method,
Council should pruned willi da-
liberation in this matter. The
proposed bylaw should renin
very careful consideration.
Aid. Schult?. could not agin
with the position taken by llu
chairman ul the board ol works
(Aid. .McNeish). He could a-
gree with him to this extent,
that he (Aid. Schult/.) believed
that the city could not do williout the local improvement in
law. ln lad the council was .ill
at one in that p.muular. Tlu-
progress ollhe otj had been retarded during the past vear, be-
i.uise   ol   tllc unfortunate   pusi
tion ol the local Improvement
bylaw, but he contended lhat
council was nul mlpalilc m llial
matter, as cuiincil had done
their besl to get that Inlaw in
workable shape* lie was not 111
lavor ol the local Improvement
svslcm however, as U was operated in the United Slates. Ilm
there, they were going to lhe 1 \-
trcille and absuhlhli  ei milling
011 studs, was bung done un
the focal iliipiuiililinl plan,with
the result that in MUM uistaiu
es   propel!}    was   oitil.iM'd   ta,
such an extent  lhat propert)
owners luulil not aford to hold
their property.    Ile was 111 l.n
or ol a focal Improvement bj
law  opei.iiul   on   lhe   Canadian
system, whereby onraers wen
glVCa I passable 10.ul .Uld ,1
sidewalk out ol gelid.il in mm
but everything m lhe riupe ei
permanent Improvonenta, with
life ni twenty or more peal
w,,s done by means ol ,1 Iroiil-
ige tax. The general nuiim
ol ihe city should baj  able to
ope with the situation on this
basis. He adhered to lhe platform lo Whkh he had subscribed
iclore his election. The uiiK
;hangc the council had made in
the   local   improvement   hi lav. ,
was to state .1 specific itnoonl
which might 1"' spent oil new
wurk, on the streets mil ol general revenue The hi law had
previously allowed smh 1 vpni.Ii
tuns, bul ti" specific amount
had been lialiiiil. The aiiiuiiut
named in thc amcndiiiuii was
forty cents per loot, but 11 this
was tun than the general rev-
could be done 011 the focal ate
pioieliienl plan.
Aid. Dick stated that the work
llul had been done this season,
was not a drop in the bucket as
compared with what wuuld have
bun done had lhe local improvement plan lieen 111 vogue. Do
nig  wurk  uiili   mil   ul  gitural
ni emu, retarded Improvements,
iui had iin local improvement
Inlaw Inin placed in order, instead ol depending un general
revenue, work to the i.iluc ol
1180,000 or mote wollld liave
In in done. Property owners
had   desisled   Irom   asking   Ior
street   Improvements,  becaaae
tiny knew that the) 1 ould not
get lllllll, il Ilm did ask (or
them. Under local improvement tlui would ask lor il, and
pat lor it and get it.
Aid.   llr.ittti   was   ul   upiniull
thai  Conad] should  have glun
its attention to Um focal improvement Iiii,iw until they had
got  it  111 sIi.ijk- lor use II
15000 were borrowed now on the
general ireillt ol lhe iill , .is
liiiiili mon work would lie ill
sinlii by the lune that was spent
Tin focal improvement plan was
tin  light method.
M.,im   M,n   was  ul  opinion
thai  il iiioiui    were   bonowul,
md the property owners lute
given In understand that street
Improvements conld be had, il
,sknl for, loiniill would Ih* deluged uuh applications, sad
nearer (50,000 tli.ill pjooo Would
lai required In order i" unci the
sun,iltuii       As   In   iiiiihrst I
the matter, huwiift, the pro
poeed loan was to be ouli sl
iiiietgiiiii in.iiiit to relieve the
piisini mill. It eras not in
tended to becomi thc permanent
poll, 1   1101   Was It   to lie iiilislil-
All new houses should be piped for gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure for this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT I
POWER CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
Diplock-Wright
Lumber Co.
DIMENSION UMLER
SIIII'L.M'
KTST1C
SlIINULES
LATH
I'lNlsiiiNi; LttMHEH
KIT., VAT,
Uur nvJM ure riijht.
LET Us HUE YOU A
FIGURE i>S YoUR
LUMBER BILL
N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, seaso nl909—1910
Every Tuesday—Class.    Sons of Scotland
Oct. 22—Dance.    .Merry Widow Club.
Oct. 25—Dance. North Vancouver Lodge, No. 55,
I.O.O.F.
Nov.   j—Tableaux.    Girls' Branch W. A.
Nov.   5—Dance.    L.O.L., No. 1S40
Nov. 12—Dance.    Merry Widow Club.
Nov. 17-18—Charlies' Aunt.    N.V. Dramatic Club.
Nov. 26—Dance.    Merry Widow Club.
Nov. jo—Dance, St. Andrews and Caledonian Society.
Dec.   <)—Dance.    Hortiiultural Soiiitv
Dec. 17—Dance.    Merry Widow Club
Dec. Jl—Dance.    Merry Widow Club
Jan. 12—Annual Meeting Horticultural Society
b. THE it, !Secret«nj,
or io W. I. KEENE, President, 15th St., 'plume 23
IR'
■teaaia
I7th Slieel. North Vascouvrr
V» H'l'slra-wlrr Uml IHim
District ol New Westminster
TAKE NOTICE that William
Ruln-rl Stanley, ol Vancouver,
ociuptilion, rancher, intends to
apply lor permission to purchase
the lulluiimg disiribed lauds
Uo .11 lis more ui less, loiiiinin-
'ing at a post planted about IJ
1 hams south ol the south-cast
miner ol lot I2J<), theme suiith
So 1 hains, thence east 40 ih.iuis,
end as[establishing aprececal   ,|u,nu. n„rih h lhiilll%i  thim,
mst 40 chains inote or less  to
The inl,rn  waa read .1 inst
tiun and declared lust oa the
loll,,11 ing illusion     For lhe bi
law, Aid  Young  and SchulU;
against the bylaw, Aid. MiRae,
Mi Niish, llr.iim .nul link
Council 1 lu 11 adjourned.
.luhn MiN.ibb .uid t.imili .iiim
have been  n'.nllllg  in  llus iill
tm ■ veal "' nmre, hit Wi
dn)  morning to rettini to thm
former home al   River  John.
Nui.1 Scotia      il    MiNal.l. has
acquired eateuaivi propert) interests in North Vancouvei dm>
Ing in--1'-idinu in 11
Tin mn mail cnu.ut written
with the Great Northern K.ul-
n,11 , l.i   thl   I liiini States goi-
ettr.iHiit. calls lm .1 schedule <a
cnuc would juslily, then it could   1;   hours, ol lata lhan twi
ie made twclilv i.nls, ur su.li  ti<.111 Sl   Paul I" Health     'hi,
amount as might be thought Is Btteea hours h • lhan  lie
un     North Vancouver must previov   foalnct   and
compete with thc suburban sei- thi  1 inn Iron  roe '   lo
Uons ol Vancouver, Ior popula- over Ik I' B linen, to -, <i*'>v
tin* point ul loiiimenuiiient.
WM   ROUT STANU'.Y
perWM DAI.ZIEI. Dl KK
Agent
Dated August 24, 1909.     4 IJ
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NOKIII V-kNl'Oim4 llttil\ rot! 1 \iill     ;
STEAMER ST. GEORGE
STR. NORTH VANCOUVakj
Leave Van.      Leave N. Van.
Leave N. Van.
Leave Van]
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7-25   "
7-45   "
8.15   "            8.45   "
8.15   "
MS
9-15   "            9 45   '
9-15   "
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1
10.15   "           10.45   "
10.15   "
10.45 "
•11.15   "          '11.45   "
11.15   "
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ti Sunday.
Time Table subject to c
Iiange without
1
notice.           1
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SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
We cun  handle as many more.     If you are thinking of  budding
set us and talk the matter over
CAMPBELL tt MILLER
205 Louiuhilr \w
North Vancouver
.1 / 1/ im! <• npfat »'««** 1/ thm •".
Fmilt,   /i«i-ry I'nn1*tft»    hit mr nt.it Pfttt,
Yttffltlhtrs    I I-   , l»| 1 t.'t 'it ii
llelhiT) Mil .oull !">"» ..fthe-rHy
I'trT. lll'lll Rid  llllll   1.lll"ll   ll'IIBr
Phone hi.      Xoit'i Van, om n
Preserving fruit*
IN RAMI
Full stock of Freeh Qrootrin
uml I'airv Prodo.08,
Aiha-rt* Qteenai'al Qreeanrt* lettei
Ilh liri.k lor91 i«i
Ree Laid I *..-. it's- fat 1
llll HIICOMI IHUiOtt
J. Din .Mn, Pio|>.
6j Lonidale Aveaee
One Corner Acre on
Lonsdale Avenue, $1500
Cieh$37
a   Nurlli
V    HhIiiimi- in 6, II nml
Lonadnln fm-uin wwt
18 IIIOIltllH.
Price reducei
Tliii- is beautifully lituatnd
ft Kill to rft'.rt ii quick xale.
JACK LOUTET
Telephone 47
213 Lonsdale Ave THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE   EXPRESS
No»th Vanhiuvjr. H  C.
Kits, nt Scmi-riptiun :
Ont Tear |1.00
Six liinnlhi  -        •        . JO
Itrnt monthi    •       ■ .25
Unlt*l Slate, am.I l'ori-i|in,tl.f>0|ii*r vrnr
AliVKUTISlMI   BATES
TlA.IIIBMT    IMial'LAV    AlUKllTI.KMKNl.*—   CtC
50 cents pitr mi'li aaeh iiiHTliaiii.
Lowia Nonoat, Ktc.—11.00 pfr int'h ptr
month.
l*»d an Tlnn fliwim Wiliji, |i;
BO tlayi, |7.60.
l.t.ii AnvkKiia.s,,    I r-i  insertion, 10
ctntl |>er lint-, Heh lsbaM*)MIII imtr-
tion, 5c per am
Buene Nom-w is Lout n«w» On*.
imi—10 reni. |aa-rliii.-.a-Ha-li iniicrtlon.
OoTMACT   AllVKItriKSMKNTS— KatfH   »r-
r.u(f i aoeordlnf lo spaot ttkta,
Allcbangeiiiit'diiiriiai ;i*U'>*rii**u*iiii'iiti
mint   ll>"  ill   Ila,* littllil. all Hit* prill,IT lij
Wtdneitlivevt'iiiintltMiiKiirt-piililifatlon
Id llit nut iwur.
North Vancouver, Oct, 15. lyoo.
LOCAL IMl'KOVKMENT
BV-LAW
The diseiissiuii which developed in lhe city council, .Monday
eveaiag, \11tl1 reference to itreet
improvements, showed conclusively lhat lhe aldermen have
piolitcd by the- tAptiiciicc whkh
ha*, bun available iu them diu-
1111; lhc year, and that oul ul
thai experience lhc) hau arrived at delimit colliitisions and
deep seated toliviiliulis mill rc-
Urcuct' to ihe most latiklactqry
Uiclhud ol linaiieiii-; clly itreet
improvements. Ihisc   con
clusions, luuuilicl as Uui .in
upou such a reliable basis,
should prove ul very greal as-
-.isiaiict lu lhe luupaycrs iu ar-
nvmg ai sciiliil opinions nmi
ititrtuet lu ihis niipuilaiii alalia.
A lauiul er-*ighiii| ul the sai
tiuiiuis eipreeeed, rendcra evi-
dtui the lad, thai ivlun riglilh
understood, lhc sclclal Ultm-
bers ul the ahliiinauic buard
huld Hens lutli regard lu Uu.*,
bUttar, thai do uol dlller lhc
uiie iruui lhc olllit 111 any csscll-
ual respect, Imt thai all that is
required iu renin Hum vkwk
harmonious,  is llie adjaatlUCM
ui ccrtaia details,
Il is uuaiiiiiiuiisli 1^ ced ihal
lhc lluuiagc  lax, 01  othiliwsc,
Wiih reference to the first
question there are two opinions
advocated, one to the eflect that
a twelve foot wagon trail only
should be provided, and that
cleared and rough graded to
only such an extent as will permit the hauling in of lumber,
ami lhe other lo lhe ellect
that a fairly good twenty foot
road should be built 111 such
cases, together with a three or
11 lour iuut sidewalk. In sup-
purl oi tins latter position it is
pointed out that North Vancouver must compote with the suburbs ol Vancouver ior population, and in lhat city an excellent     macadamized     roadway
with pavement is provided, for
which reason it is essential that
Nurlh Vancuuver be able lo
give new settlers assurance ol
acicss tu iheir property    under
goud conditions.
As lur ihe second question, il
lhe naguii trail luethud be ad-
upted, then it is altogether probable thai the general revenue
will be equal lo the slluatiuu,
and ihal lhe providing oi additional muds will not filter intu the problem, bul il lhe more
liberal pulley be lulluwcd as lo
preliminary work, then the experience ul lhe past year gucs tu
shuw lhat the amount available
lrum general revenue will have
lu be supplemented irom Other
suurees in urder lo keep pace
willi the work, iu which tase a
eivic loan is the unly expedient
available.
Taking 11 as granted thut a
twenty lout roadway and a
siikiialk would be mure conducive lo the incoming ul pupulu-
Uuu lhan the waguii Hail, lhe
qucsliuu is, which is lllc more
Ifflportttt end tu serve, llial
lhe amount ol money spent in
preliminary work be kept rigid-
it w ninn a staled sum, ur, that
the besl possible inducements be
offered settlers withoui strict
1 iiiiiiiie 10 the actual cosl   ol
the preliminary itreet work necessary to aceuiiiplish lliis.' In
other words, would il pay the
city lo adopt the more liberal
pulley, 111 the hupt- ul securing
mure rapid growth oi the city
population.'
The adverse action ol the city
touncil at the last meeting, on
a bylaw to raise money fur the
An Acre Lot on 19th Street
For $735
and al»o
A SOft. Lot on I9tb Street
For $630
Are offered by
ELDER MURRAY CO.
MILLINERY
DON'T LOOK AT THIS
A hat that ha- a Htylinh appenranrc ami at the sunt- Iimt
-laiiffiiftnry ft'tirkmaiiship generally t-ommamia n large
price.   We have an exception to the rule in nur
$3.50 and $5.00 HATS ON SALE SATURDAY
Remember, Saturday only.   Come early.
MISS  CURLE
US Lonsdtle Avenue       Norlh yancouver
Thi   thsrwin-Williamt   Paintt   Cater
Earth
HEATERS
**************0******99*99*********<f***<'*<-*9
THE LONSDALE PHARMACY
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   PRICES ....
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US A   TRIAL
NEXT ORDER.
ON   YOUR
PHONE 20
P. S. THOMAS, Phm. B.
DRUGGIST
************9**<<">*'H'* *<rWr9*&Hi9*4**99*99**
Our large assortment ol Heating Stoves has just arrived Irom the factory. We have everything from the
cheapest air tight to to the most expensive hot blast.
Uur prices are right and the stows are the very best
made.
Paine  <& McMillan   ♦
) The Pioneer Hardware ^S
iiiiiiiiiiii
Sheriin-Willtami    Paintt    Cottr    thl    Earth
provements be placed upon a
satisfactory and a permanent
basis at Uie earliest possible
date. In order to accomplish
this, it is necessary that the
problem be dealt with energetically and constructively.
N. V. WATERFRONT
the local impiuvdi tin plan, is -J^, oi work ni question, cau-
ioi many rogent rca>ot», the nut be considered as on answer
besl uic thud txuni iu, cutting t0 tht dU0U* qUery, because   it
OUI slieel lliiploviilitl.':, ul a
pclUialnul e lui .11 Ut, .mil the
UllploWiltllt   ul   llif   local   liu-
pioiiimm principle is alhtuted
by all palllis as oc.ng MKBIUI
lu the city s piog.es., 111 the
mallei    ul   guud   .*,i'ttls    and
plenty ui il.un.
All palllis  llkcllisc  .   ,;'i.c:.ic
in ihe general proposing, thai
Iht gtmial ituiiii. ul the clly
should be Utilised lui   ;lu  pui
ui dumg a certain am,mul
ui preliminary wui», ,u mdo iu
"-tii. re acorn in iimu pin-
pert/, li Is ioiii'.iu.j- lum.
however, 1 int such c.ip, muuius
Jluuld be Mibjul lo b.uisi.ui
ory guaraiilit upon iii pal , 1
the propert)   holder  ia  each
. thai in 11 ill build iipuii lus
BTt)       laltlllll      i      U.l.lal.tlala
tune, ihottld smh   ixpiiiilmiiis
be Ulcllirnl I \  the ill;.
1 lun   nit,.nu but two items
ul ilelail to .mange, in order to
make iht sthenic complete, antl
ll is wilh iiliTcliic tu llnsi two
points thtt.iliiitrtiiiis ul uiiin
loll develop. These ijut slit ills
ait ,t, follow*     "Whal sliuulil
bt luilmlttl in the preliminary
work upon lhe streels Im the
convenience ol eettlers? ami ii
Um txpenditnree iuhIh tin^ in id
prove in ani u.il to be glutei
thai ordinary iiuiuit can provide, -liiiulil in nurse be had to
a loan N ilu gtaefal credit ul
the city, to provide tin- necee
^aiy hinds.'
was a speclllc act performed relative lo a sptcilic proposition
aiul was not designed to have
any reference to the general
features involved.
Would it not be Icasiblc to
harmuituc these two positions,
by making the preliminary ruad
Work a pait ul lllc- lucal improvement system.-1
This mighl be accomplished
by charging up   lu  uuh   street
all expenditures madt upon u
unt ul public luntls from the beginning,   and   ninn   tin   tune
came Im doing erork on any
street, under the loial Improvement plan, siuh expenditures as
The remarkable increase in
the market value of North Vancuuver watt-riront, even in lhe
lace ol those adverse conditions
which at present exist with rc-
ltreute thereto, constitutes a
striking indication ol the inherent worth which atiaches to thc
waterfront ou the north shore.
A few days ago three hundred
and lilly ieet ol watcrlroni neai
Cedar Cove on the south side ul
the Iulet, suld at one thousand
dollars per Iront fool, and this
week, oue hundred leet ol North
Vancouver waterlront changed
hands al live hundred dullais
per Iruut loot. When il is considered that the first mentioned
propertj|
property possesses all the advantage that attaches to transcontinental railway connection,
alld that al present ihese lacih-
ties are entirely lacking as tu
the North Vancouver properly,
the comparison ol values cannot
but give rise lo emotions ol the
most saUiguint nature upon  llit
For Office Stationery try
The Express
Stanley
part ol those who ale Interest*
had ben. math' up Ul that time,  ^   m   ^   ^   ^^       „„
eould be unbilled iwith or williout Interest) In ihe toiii coet
ol the permanent Improvementi
and general revenue credited
wiih this amount on the city s
share ol the loial Improvement |
work. Il would llien lit to t
large extent immaterial whether twenty cents or lilty cents
per foot had previously been
spun un that Street lor preliminary work out "I general rev
tliuc
sums  wen   in   ie,ility   mily   ,1
loan,   to   bc   repaid to general
revenue ia due course,
On all sides it is considered a
matter of the utmost Import*
[stronger prool could bc desired
ol llio assured future ol local
waterfronlage, and it is but the
logical seiiuelice ol the situation
that local real estate dealers re
port a lively demand lor (mutations on this class of property.
DISTRICT FINANCES
The following summary,  submitted by District Clerk  Alex.
', ior the reason" that such'^''l'* wa!; lt_____^l Tl~
led from the report of the last
week's meeting of the district
council:
Balantc in bank, S4,jyb; estimated lurtlier revenue, f3,O00:
estimated expenditure to end of
.1 . .1 '1 1 'year, Ilia500; deficiency, J.1,104.
uw to the city, that the local,^ax&ure,. Ward 1,
Improvement inlaw be mad-$.J|666. rati0i ward j ^UM;
operative, ami that  the civic Vrntxi U, $16,0.53; ratio ward VI,
policy   relative   to   Itreet   im- '$16,298.
Heights
TNE BEAUTY SPOT OF NORTH VANCOUVER
Situated on tha Betntifa) Sunny Boathtm BlofM overlooking Hurrard Inlet,
and our fair city.
LARGE VIEW LOTS $100
CORNERS
$120
TERMS-$5.00Cash: $5.00 per month or $125 per week*
NO INTEREST NO TAXES
Nil.—On Saturday, Ootobtt 9th, ll 1.80 |».m sharp, our launch leaves
Biliingrtgate whirl (just east of North Vancnuver ferry wharf) for Stanley
Height!,     W'e will In- platkad to furnish IraneporUtion te any persons dosir-
ing in nof iln proporty,  Quit« i numbw have already made amtngomenta to
go. We will In- pleased to have you join the party Ample acconiinndation
will he fiirnishrd. We have two streets with a 10-ft. |rtM 00 nur property
which gtvwi you an opportunity te know what wi- have te nffcr. I 'all and get
one of nur descriptive circulars.
Jones £* Franklin
Note change in address to
PHOMt 970
449 1-2 Pender St. W.      oimn evenings THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Queensbury
Heights
NORTH
VANCOUVER
This subdivision is situated in the most desirable residential
portion of North Vancouver
CLOSE TO THE GRAND BOULEVARD
With a most expansive view of Burrard Inlet from tbe Narrows to Barnet.
ALL LOTS ARE 50ft. X 140ft., fronting on Roads that are o|>en and will
shortly be graded. ELECTRIC LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE are
already on the |>ro|>erty.
MONDAY is Opening Day OF THE SALE
No lots will be reserved so that it is a case of first come first served.
PRICES ore from $250 to $500
ON VERY EASY TERMS.
One-quarter cash, balance in 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, IS months at 7 per cent.
J. J* WOODS 6 CO.
NORTH VANCOUVER
?7£ ho Exclusive Agents       _\^_1____ TIIK EXPRESS, XORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
BOARD OF TRADE
STANDING COMMITTEES
The first meeting ol the new
executive  ol  North  Vancouver
hoard of trade, was held Wednesday evening, President \V. J,
Irwin in the chair. The resignation ol  Secretary J. R. J.
Murrav was accepted with regret and the president and second vice president were appointed a committee to consider the
appointment ol a successor and
report,
The lollowing standing committees were constituted:
Commerce and industries i
AKx   Philip, chairman;  Alex.
Smith, J. I), l-'raser, A. R.
Steacey,
Public Improvements: A. B.
Kealv, chairman; .las. A, McNair, E, Mahon, I'. Larson, W.
Morden.
Publicity and Information: 0.
II. Horden, chairman; A. Iv
Anders, J. A. McMillan, \Y. II.
Stoney, B, S, Hams.
Tourist and Settlers: A* 0,
Parry, chairman; C. E, Lawson,
t, C, Joaea, R. MacKenzie, J,
W. Donaldson.
Finance Couiniittee: G, J,
Dick, chairman; A. S. Hillings,
Thos. Shepherd, A. li. Chapman
II. L. Payater,
Mcmlicrship and Grievances :
J. F. o. C. Wood, chairman; s
11). SchulU, T. Hutchison, .1. .1.
Woods, T. A. Martin.
! Reception and Entertainment:
Dr. Newcombe, chairman; J. R,
;J. Murray, C. F. Jackaon, A.
L. Crickmay, E, Townsley,
The proposal   made liv inin
ested parties,   to establish   re-
dtiction works oil   this  side   ol
tin- inlet, Ior the treatment oi
Seymour and Lynn creek mis m
conjunction with ores irom tin*
Upper hiuiiiii, w.is referred to
tlu- committee on commerce and
industries.
DISTRICT   UNLAWS
Tlu polling mi the general
loan bylaw, Centre road and
Lonsdale avenue (north) local
improvement Inlaws, as rabmitted to the ratepayers bj thf
district council, resulted in a
favorable verdict in each case,
by a handsome majority, as
follows:
General loan bylaw, total
vote, *6; votes required to carry, 40; lor the bylaw,57; against,
19.
J Centre road bylaw, total vole
176; votes required to carry the
'bylaw, 46; for lhe bylaw, Mi; a-
gainst, 10.
Lonsdale avenue (north) bv-
law, total vote, 7(1; votes required lo carry the bylaw, |r>:
lor the bylaw, 65, against, 11.
II. M. S. Pinafore is progress
ing favorably, and iu spit, ol
ilu* uin l.isi Tuesday evening a
large attendance was on hand,
The chorus is making such head
wa}, 1J1.1t il is lhe intention ol
ilu- gage manager to commence
lhe steps ill the various dances
111 connection with the ooetV
III the course Ol .1 lew weeks lhe
orchestra will be in attendance
wilh the chorus, so as to1 insure
perfect success on the evening of
performance.
SOI1IIVU"-lTOfi!BL,IIMIWI
A\H I'llH'lliil.iKV
Mi",**,'. "   "'alla'l.nil V   0   rr**!.a*
I'. |a*'ll|l ,*lll* a la*! 1   in... fitlliii,.:
K'* il nnti . 1  s ,. 1 rn..11 li
I, rj    >   'a'   I'   a
a    .1.1       -i" * 110,00 |., month.
i'a       I *    I'   '       .I'    *>   l**l'(l     Ull  ILV  I'l
»'       -' I !....r. I*'     1 le Alt*, ltd lllll -I
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Uud Clearing, Stump tnd Rook
BlMtiDg, Kitra cart near boumo.
All damage- made |ood.
ARE YOL OOING TO BUILD ?
Come to u« for the money and repay it
to suit yourself
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
,WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOTS FOR SALE
ALEXANDER & MACNAGHTEN
HEAL  ESTATE   BROKERS
121 Lonsdale Avenue
IMPLOTMS-IT     AQ»N«T
aad *«i    \\ aaaat mt Lonavd.l.
I* (>.  't... n
A.  J.    II OOD
6g  boflMaSsIa  Ave,
EXPERT WATCHMAKEI.
JEWEU.EIi,   Ere.
Watoheo  ami  CloeSS  t'lt-aiml   and
Hcpair.il al mmlerate price-
all work -(at.r.utav.il
For Good Photos
see
Carbutt
a SwfM.tr to IIIUI A l.fl.-.
I I .r.f rl.fl.d.lf I l.nl.a.-l*
Prices reasonable
Results guaranteed m
f9UIWmlalWJ9lWte!BllmWS
Canyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
*.»'^t^-**>.W'A*w*'^*i'^A*V'->^i'ViA->->-^->-w->-^.^
Cates' Wharf
FOOT OF ROGERS AVE.   NORTH VANCOtA'ER
Dockage for Steamers
Warehouse Accoinmoilatinn lor all purposes
S4ND, IIMI, BRICK,  CtMINI, GRAVEL
COAL and LUMBER
Goods delivered il dtsired. Prompt service
Ami AT OFFICE IIN WHARF
Or al Rooms 12 and  13,   Flack  Hlock,   Vancuuver
PHONE J36
■*N-V*S>N*VW»/»*>V'/*-**VW/iA**\V^
THE FINEST TOURIST RESORT ON THE
B* C. COAST
AUTOMOBILE STAGE meets every car sl snd nf Keith
Road Line, North Vancouver.
Rales t2.50 per day and upwards.
P. LARSON,
Propriety.
F. CANCELLOR.
Menem
JOB PRINTING
IF you art' in Med uf any Lodge
Stationery, suchae By-Lews
Letter Heads, F.nvelones, ete., or
if ymi require Billheads, .Statements, Programmes, Invitations,
Wedding Cabinets, Pamphlets,
BookUte, Receipts, Posters,
Dodgers, Menus, or anything in
tin- printing line, send your order
in to this office. The work will
In- tirst-class and thc prices will
he right.
THE EXPRESS
SOMETHING WORTH WHILE
$1. ANDREWS CHOIR
Concert
IN  THE  CHURCH   ON
THURSDAY EVENING, OCT. 21, '09
AT  8.15 O'CLOCK
ARTISTES
GRACE HABTING8      ....      V10UNI8TE
ELIZABETH M.FOURNIKK     - DRAMATIC B0P.&AN0
ALLANS. STEVENSON -      -      -      - HEADER
WILLIAM 8PEERS THOMPSON        •      •      -    TENol!
MOZART STRING TRIO	
MRS A. J. TYSON      ....       ACCOMPANIST
A. F. BULLY     -     ORGANIST AND CH0IRMA8TEB
PROCEEDS IN AID OF
THE ORGAN FUND
ADMISSION     •     -     .     .
A  FEW SEATS AT 50c.
25C.
DON'T
rORGET
Wc alwiivn carry in stock
SWIFT'S PREMIUM
HAMS and BACON
also
PREMIUM COOKED
HAMS
«lltl llllll  nur pricS* aaillliat  lie
Ins aw.
C.R.HICKMAN
GROCER
Lonsdale Ave and 8th si
M-L
Pure
THE  way  M-L   Paints  ar*
made, the factory-tests they
get, and the materials that ,
make them, gives you most (or
your money in a can labelled
Uia. In 40 al,.,I,*..
lor frtty um punt
cu t*rvfl. Ua*M »r
out Com .• much
a_  lut I.0NI.IR
Un\n    othpr    p.tnta
A»k your .l-.lrr why    _%      •       _
um iu hi. .tore       ■ hwmh
Never sold in bulk—always in tins.
Made by Imperial Varnish and
Color Co., Limited, of Toronto.
Sold locally by
North Vancouver
r\     Hardware Co.     p
Local Agents
YOUR
TURN
WILL
CONE
Many of tlu- users ol Koyal
Standard l-'lour have secured the
beautiful 109 pit-it- dinner set
which goes with each of the ten
winning numbers each month.
The dinner set, however, is only
incidental to the satisfaction
you get from using Royal Standard Flour.
The finest selected wheat,
scientific milling, absolute cleanliness, careful packing aiid storage, handling so that it readies
you in perfect condition, all
these make Royal Standard tin*
height ol flour goodness.
VANCOUVER II. L, TIIK EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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A FEW SNAPS
for profitable Investment
Safety ■• Income •• frofit
NorthVancouver
CALL AND SEE OUR
Large and exclusive list
Choice City Lots-Cleared
CHESTERFIELD AVENUE between Keith Road snd 8th street,
a few 50 foot lots. Price (1200 each, terms oue-fourtli cash,
balsnce in 6, 12 and ll months.
am and R1DGEWAY. Double corner. Price $1500. Terms one-
fourth cash, balance in 6, 11 and iH months,
141H STREET, in Block 52. Two Iota each size 50 x 15b ft. Price
$525 each.    Terms one-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months
»
15TH STREET. Two lots in block 52, each size 50 x 15b ft. Price
S500 each.    Terms one-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months
4TH and SUTHERLAND. Corner. Price $1000. Terms one-
fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
3rd and SUTHERLAND. Double corner. Finest view in the
City. Price J2500. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12
and 18 months.
12TH STREET, in Block 83. Lots size 50 x 157 feet. Price $600
each.   Terms, one-third cash, balance in u and 12 months.
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, lull sized lot only 51500, all cash
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, corner. Price Jiooo. Terms,
one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
OTTAWA GARDENS.   A few choice lots at first cost.
GRAND BOULEVARD. Choice ol all the unsold lots st first
prices.    Select neighborhood.    Building restrictions.
BEAUTIFUL HARBOR VIEW TRACT. A few full sized lots
yet obtainable (at firit cost.) Prices from J175 to {250 each.
Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 mon ihs.
LONSDALE AVENUE. A few remaining lols at first cost. Prices
from I475 to <5uo each. Terms, one-thud cash, balance in 6
and 12 months.
KEITH ROAD. Corner in block 5. Price $715, Terms one-tilth
cash, balance in eight quarterly payments.
Semi-Business Property
KEITH ROAD AND JONES AVENUE. Corner size 60x 140 ft.
Price {2000. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18
monthi.
LONSDALE AVENUE in heart of the City. Site for business
block.   Size too ft. x 130 ft.   Price only $9000.
West Capilano
A few choice acreage tracts st prices thst insure a handsome profit.
Lynn  Valley
Acreage tracts and blocks at less than one-half the prices per acre of
adjoining lands that are subdivided and being sold in lots.
Estates
As we are Sole Agents for the sale of properties snd a large number
oi Estates in the City and Diitrict intending purchasers get
the benefit of first prices as well as the largest list of North
Vancouver properties to choose from.
We have also a good list of property fronting on waterfront, ist, 2nd
and 3rd streets.   A few snaps at less than prevailing prices.
FIRE INSURANCE in reliable companies.
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.D. 190O, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chief place of business in North Vsncouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Telephone 15
2a?.nxKmnmBBiaT^c3
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A TIMELY BOOKLET
"New British Columbia'' is
the descriptive title ol a booklet just issued by the provincial
bureau ol information. lt is
replete with valuable and timely lnlormation with relerence lo
the main icalurcs of the northern sectiou ol the province,this,
at present attracting widespread
attention. One oi the important items in the booklet is a
list of the roads and trails recently built or al present in the
course ol construction, as lollows:
11 j/ckuii and Mouth of Tel-
qua river, wagon road, bo milts
Alderuit-rc to Howson Uasiu,
trail, 26 miles.
Moricetown to Babiue (Cron-
in's camp) trail 31 miles.
Driftwood creek to Summit oi
Bubine range, trail 8 miles.
Aldcruicrc to Hudson Bay
mountain, trail 18 miles.
Tatla lake to Iugeueka river,
trail 120 miles.
Hazclton lo Kispiox, wagon
road 30 miles.
Aldermcrc to Pleasant valley,
sleigh and wagon road 13 miles
Francois lake to Pleasant valley, sleigh and wagon road, 15
miles.
bouth Francois lake to Pleasant valley, sleigh and wagon
road 50 miles.
Francois lake to Spencer lake,
trail.
Ootsa lake to Francois lake,
trail.
Copper City to Aldermere,
trail.
Quesnel to Fraser lake, wagon
and sleigh road 125 miles.
Kitsumgallum — Eby's Landing to Deep creek, trail rt miles
Kitsumgallum to Little Canyon, trail 5 miles.
Thornhill Landing to Swan-
son's Landing, trail 12 miles.
Cliilord's wharf to Kitimat,
wagon road 4 miles.
Little Canyon to Lakclsa river, trail.
Kimsquit to Upper crossin-* ol
Dean river, trail 22 miles.
And an Indian trail to Ootsa
lake.
Naas river — Canyoo of Ktl
river,   trail   southwesterly,    10
miles.
Queen Charlotte City to Camp
On the eve of the big j;.iiih
hunting .season, the Octoba
number ol Rod and Gun iu Canada, published b\ W. J, Taylor,
at Woodstock, (Int., just arriv- Wednesday
Wilson, 30 miles.
Tef-el river to Stuart buy, 15
miles.
Lawn  Hill  (Bray's  pre-emption) to Tel-el river 4 links.
Lockport to Tassos harbor in
miles.
Sewell Inlet to K00Un.11 Ii.n
bor 13!, miles.
Skidcgate to Telt-1  river   25
miles.
Siivin's wharf lo Shingle bay
3 miles.
I,og point to Security Bay 11
miles.
ROD AND GI N
'id, guts loll-most atlcuiion to
big game hunting stories. Ihey
luili be lound vai nil enough in
both loialiUes aiid experiences
lo iiiictc.M all sporlsiiit-u. Fish
culture   111   .Neiilouudland    will
receive   ettentioa  irom every
brothel ol the rod. Other seasonable pages are givtli, making
the number one that should be
the loiiip.niion ol every sportsman t-ither at home or ou his
vacalion.
G. H Johnson, ol Astoria,
general agent lor the Astoria
and Columbia river railroad
coinpanv, and the Spokane,
I'aaiil.in.I and Scaltle railway
company, WM a visitor in Illicit)- this weeka, a guest at lhe
home ol Alderman and Mrs I
J. Dick.    He returned south on
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU GREENHOUSES
I.lMllttxl
I  Ill'll >'-t
CUT FLOWERS
in town at Imroat prire*.      <iiw n- h trial (ur
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
60r I1a»ting» St., W.        Vancouver, B.C
Li):m Valley Lumber Co.
Are prepared to deliver al shortest notice
;   , :   all kinds ol I   ,
Kotiyh   nnd    DrcHHcil
LUMBER
Citg Office, VMonvl.il. u».   Phont 36
P.O.  \M>BI.V>:       LYNN CKfM, B.C.
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY
Tne quarter of Burarrd Inlet which was developed by the Canadian Pacific Railway, with
result of large Customs revenue to Canada, no longer satisfiea the requirements of the Dominion.
The time has come whim the interests of the PROVINCE ANI) DOMINION
ALIKK DEMAND THE DEVELOPMENT OF GREATER BURRARD INLET, OF WHICH NORTH VANCOUVER CITY IS THE CENTRE ANI)
FOCUS.
North Vancouver hai jo miles of waterfrontage available for induitries, shipping and railway bases.
The Canadian Government haa voted Jjoo.ooo, also $6,400 per mile for bridging the Inlet
and connecting North Vancouver by rail with Vancouver.
The Dominion Minister of Public Works stated this summer on the Coast that il necessary
he would favor additional Government assistance to complete thisbridgt, and the expediting of
this connecting link, available by all railroads, now engages North Vancouver City and lhc
neighboring municipalities with the approval of the Provincial Government.
THE FERRY SYSTEM AT PRESENT CONNECTING WITH VANCOUVKR IS UNDER CONTROL OF NORTH VANCOUVER CITY, AND EXTRA BOAT AND WHARFAGE ARE NOW BEING ARRANGED FOR.
The Canadian Mexican Pacific Steamship Company, having selected and used North Vancouver as thc objective point for their magnificent liner " Lonsdale," Nortli Vancouver's official
lile as a port lus begun. As far as human judgment can see North Vancouver's progress is
inevitably certain. Those in the country best able to judge have expressed anticipation lhat
she will be to Vancouver what Birkenhead is to Liverpool, and may eventually do a shipping
business hrger than that done on the Vancouver side.
North Vancouver's population and building are inceasantly increasing. Her Grand
Boulevard is the largest on the American continent, and her real estate offers opportunities to
investors which cannot be bettered, and arc possibly unequalled on the Pacific Coast.
Maps and printed information as to the City of North  Vancouver will be supplied on
application to
North Vancouver Land & Improvement Co., Dl
Mahon, Mctarland 6 Mahon, Ltd., Lti)., Official A4,ent»
CORNER PENDER AND SEYMOUR STREETS, VANCOUVER, B. C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. t
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J
NEWS OF THE PROVINCE
NKW WESTMINSTER
lvxli-iisivi' adtliiicnis an- being
made to the city market wharl
'The «<>rk will be completed in
ialnmi iwo ereeka,
A large saw mill, willi a ca
parity oi 711,000 leet pen da},
employing upwards ol 100 nun.
will be Innil ihortly Ol the
north arm, adjacent lo iliis citj
A nm 1 rust company lias
inin Boated la thii city, andei
ilu- name ol the Peoples' Trust
Compan).
The real eatate boom is oa in
earnest and propcrtiee are now
changing hands in all directions
at steadily advancing pricea, as-
1 reaull ol the reported purchases local!) by C.N.R. partus.
RKVKLSTOKE
The plans (or the new court-
bouse, lo be erected on the site
ni iln1 preient courthouse, bete,
b) the provincial government,
show thai the new structure is
io in* one oi the lineal court-
bouse buildings in thc province.
Tin airship at the exhibition
is attracting 1 great deal ot ai-
Uniioii. 11 is }6 Iiti long ami
ib ieet beam, eacenda about oiu
thousand leet end is capable oi
making  Jo  miles pa  hour,  a-
gainst ilu- wind.
.11,1101 landmark stated ai ilu
citiuni' meeting lasi week,that
tbe aliened value ol propert) in
ilns city, .'- about one and one-
hall millions, iiluk' il iln* power
bylaw carried, the Indenture
debt would reach within twent)
or thirty thousand dollars ol
the iity's statutory borrowing
power.
Tin bridge over Uw Hindi,
wait iimi. iihuh was washed
out by Ugh water laat spun};.
mil Ik replaced by the govern
mint. Construction will probably begin in .November,
K.UII.OUI'S
ain.uwACK
Willi tlie steady   progress   ol
construction on the tramline,
luial reality maniieata conatani
ly Increasing activity, and pric-
es are mantleeting a pendsleni
upward tindiiiii.
The loner Fraser valley was
loiispieuoiisly .snui.ssliil in cap
luring prizes lor livi simk ai
the \ ictorie lair. Chilliwack
exhibitors   were   exceptionally
fortunate 111 horned stock,sheep
and pigs.
VERNON
Three   prisoners   in   the  loial
provincial goal, lucceeded in
making 1 clean get away une
day tins week.
The imperial bank has submitted plans lur tin* lun bank
building whieh ihey intend to
iini on the propert)   recent!)
puiihased by Uiein iu lliis dty,
The structure will be read) loi
occupancy about the lust oi the
leal.
C. t. llaiiiiingion, chid ol the
siiiiei partus ul the C. N* iy.,
returned ilus week Ior the porpoee oi procuring an entire nei
outlil, when the party will pro-
ued north, and will work all
ihiough lhe winter.
A
FEW
SNAPS
50 foot  lot  on  Fifth Street
Clan i" l.ciiciii'.i. a\ imu-. f!*i*i, uiii'-
iliirii uuh, balsncs 8 uml ll.
50-foot Lot Close to Lonsdale
Nearly .-Innri-cl, If2.it).   |H5 i-hi.Ii, I-^Juiki-
flll per IllllHlll, im illtlTi.t. '.4..
Special Snap- Close to
Waterfront
Cleared sod dose in proposed bridgi
If-.'.'ill.    |H»I iil-li. Iillhllir.*!',, Hud IS.
C. E. LAWSON
Real I- st.iii Spin, ibsi        15 LoAidale Ave. l'lione'
palace
HOTEL
li'
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S.' nu   pn    ami    up.
rati 1 10 tun
di s ami  in regular 1
la irdn luili
■nrrwnH
REDA & ANDRUSS
Siciinp Stri i r,
PROPRIETORS
•  -   NOKIII   VANCOUVER, B. C
I in-1*- Maat Stauli 1 Heights, 1 is in the ciiy of North
Vincouvi r
The entire sewer system in
this 1111 is mm nadi lot ase,
aeeording lo a report recentl)
made by the eiiginu-r.
_____
A notable real estate sah was
consummated tins week, when
the .Merrill hoinesuad changed
hands. The purchasers w ill sub-
dividc the property into 11 uu
lois und place it 011 the market
VICTORIA
The 0. T. 1'. Ry. is pi 1 needing uuh .uini preparations Ior
building docks on lhe site iu the
uuiei harbor, recently acquired
lor the purpose.
A miniature religious aar de-
vdoped in Chinatown tin-* week
ihiough the eilorts ol the mcr-
ehalit 1 lass lo plaee a ballot
box 111 the Joss, lor the puiposi
ol  taking  a vote oil  tin   prOOO
silnili 10 replace the Confucian
system iy chriatiaaity,      The
ballot box was smashed      The
winking iiass straaousl) remn
led the iiiiiviiiiiul.
T'i ,ii k laying is being vigorously pushed on iln nm 1 I'.H.
branch Irom Wellington lo Album.
Salvation Army officials have
pi .1. in all) derided upon a lill
in tin* vicinity ol French creek,
on llu* bn,* ol' lhe B, -\ n Ry.,
lor Iln* lm ation ol Iln* inli.ni ol i
immigrants that the army la
bringing mil [rom England,
Nhl.SON
The tramline bylaa was rati-
lied bl the I all pal el's Ihls iwik
by a vote ol J,sy loi and onlv i"
'against.
I —"—~~
The  Canadian   Mai lile  Works
Uri making   iwliiisiw   pnpaia-
J lions loi  ilu* listing   ol   ihni
lliurble properties at Alaibliluad
by means oi a dlaliiull'l drill.
It is undiistood that lhe Cl'.
K. will slnulli annouiHi' lhe
ex.ul sili iiiiiiiii! upon loi the
ereelioii ol then new tourist
hotel Ileal  tills iill.
The lolal ore shipments lui
tile DUt week wele |",<il,l lulls,
making a gland tulal thus [al
for tin yeai ul 1,409,869 nnis
ROSSLAND
Lots 41x120 feet on 19th Street
Price $145 to $l(>5 cath.
|a   rmi   tt$   '''Sll.   1'.II.UUI*   >W   pi  I    111     lllll
I VVM   V tl I I V    ■'"■|l '",s "" I'eiairr sir.'.t ami Fr.-.l.-ru-k
Llilfll    tJ\LLLI— u... I   Price tSUU.   r«a».H essb, bal-
.       hoc '. 11 sad ,s monthi
MAWvnruNs
Rest b.siaii and Financial Agi sts
For Fall Planting   Liquor Lfceise j|.|iliratii:ii
llllll,. (rom   llu-   bMl   tur *]'ian mil
.i.i|a;ni paaen,
ll**nia grows iruit sad oriu*ni nisi
MM. lir.inn on Sp-laitd loll ivillioill it-
I, in lhc .niiv |<arl i,( Ihl Annri-
i-.in loiitini'iil n..l nili-li'l null llu- sail
I  -■ -a .i.a*.
(lar.l.n. li.Mainl II.hmtS<-..(*.—tc«-
,*|   -1,.,'li      flaalll      till*   la.   -I     |T0*1  N    Ul   IB*
■arid,
IViri- Kenrini.' mnl Gail**-
S|,ra\ Pumps, farttllsers, Bn s"i>-
I I, Col   Plum r**, S|,r.i\niK Malaiia.li,
.•Ir.
\\ lait.- Ubor only.
N,w I.'i? |,a*.-.* Calal'iKiii* fr. .*.
IL 1* HENRY
iir*- nhoam snd S.< dbo mn
mil IVi iii-Iit ttuavl, V.ii,i*iiivir.ll.C
Bnncli Nur-vry: South Vsncoam
At alu- lourlh annual meeting
ol ihe Consolidated Mining I
Siiieliing Co., in Toronto,  on
Tuesday last, It was dieldid lu
iiiiuasi lh, capital "I lhe ioiii-
p.ini liom S^i.iu.ua-" lo N;,,S'»\-
000.
Tin   Llllllll  ul J. *l* ••ones had
., mix narrow < si ape Iroin en
nation Li their binning honw
..in nighl last week 111 'uin,
Miundeil ill saving Ills wile alld
oin  ilillil and «as i pelled 1"
thiiiw lus iwo other lml' child
ren ihiough the window  and to
jump alter th.in hiiusill, in order I" rsi ape.
HERE'S REST
Direct From the East a Large
Shipment of Iron Bedsteads
Taa.a.iia,.  llu-  word   1ml   llirnn.nlilv   »|.l"'   |...l.<|.  i""l IHl.
Bet vith ths ■ <t• • >* I honnvHi It cooati lor • iwsl 9*1 tnat*
I ,.,.!,.. |„r .|„.,, the be.| mn-l   It If I t'' )"•' ""■'"  |n"k
|.|..|i-anl Hti'l ntlr.ta-iiv.-ly lurnii<ln'il
Httl ol hnpnrtamf i«»-i'ir'- »h«a- Mii-ia. tion csn l»-1"';|11
llnvii-K Mi i-itra I -rir-* .lii|.inrnl ol  UvJ-jn.i Imm ill* '
Hliiih ini-liiHi-miv .iir ot i|,.»iuii iWslrH nolliw  »hoald I
in SOWlsi I" iiriii't tlli'lii.    A l-i'tUT rl • I'ai.onl l»- baH ai >•
-aluri*. imr l.ivier prtrsa
$4.00 TO $30.00
thi; mu mmm m n umsiikks
54 .. aaal   ft, 1 ...a. a..l -' •
North Vancouver
HOSPITAL
nivi'li1 ID in
TIIE MISSES DAW80S
Criilirai,,! -orgiesl, M...Inal ami
Mai. mil.   Nnr-i-
Huri.cs Sent Oul on Appl.Cdtlon
fat i.'i.,- Hi'i'ii  *ii lio- Hospital
C,r  I all, SUM) -1 si* Iii'l*-' «'« Am*.
PHONE  60
Pioneer
Bakery^
S. H, Wdlkcr,  ■   Proprietor
Im, s|, |li,*,id daily deliv. nd
In all parls ul tin: I ih*
|l< loaves lor 51
t lm ij cants.
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
I IU, 11 GRADECAKE
PASTRY, I'-H
PIONEER BAKERY
i'iiiim* I       71 l-oi'S'l.di' Afe
\V .J. BALMAIN
OIVM      I M.ISKI'II
Qt-sntlif Hnrv-f 1 itwl >ml <'■"
NOKIII   VANCOl'VKU.
'IMM. Ml'l'irh, Hint 3u.la> aftiril it..
' I I lit -I, < 1 la, IJiplj |n III,* I'.aaaril uf
I.HVIIM- I'olllllli-sliilirr.   (a.r   llir  thiol
Nurth VsncoaTsr. for a «ia"|a orlmille
1*'in*. iaii*i*r iln* |<r.*\i.ii'ii. of ihe
'Miiiiii'i|.*il CbnsM Ai'l". Il«"a, lor Un-
1 >ur|,,,>e nl ik lliiajf llqDOf inula r tin pro
iMuli* aaf Hub-Mrlion :< of Hoctinn I,' .of
SMil Ael. in I Uui -la.ry blink, lu liv
iTnti'.l aa„ |.a,i lo.   Illi-ek  IU, Bob-adivl-
.nni ui luiind Lol 21). in the Citv ol
Nurlli \ aiiiuiiu r, * hii li Nii'l lot is Mlu-
.11,.I uu lhe Nurlh snli' uf Kimt stri i-l,
lia.lof Loosdslt .Ivi'inn-.
I'ati'il IhU   M ilnv  a,(   goptMslsr,
A. 1)., IMUU.
WILLIAM .1. TUI.K
Builder,* ai>d
Contractors
1'. LARSON ii prepared u>
rapplj
I '.iia, Brick,
.S. i.i.:, Cement
And all  ki ids of  liuiltiinv'
Matt-rial in quaotitieito suit
.nnl nt ri- i.-oiialile priOM.
 AITI.Y	
HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER
TUI I'.l'llilNK No  2.
IjU
General Contractor
i'l I \i:IN(;. ORADING,   KXCAVAT-
ING, lit.*.
235 puim M wesi.
60  YEARS'
EXPERiENCK
J» TRAnt Marks
Dcsions
COPVRIGHTS 4C.
An.on* pmiillnai ■ .u#l-h and <1.MrlnH.^n ni.?
liilaiil. Mierlnln r**ir ,,i>iiikin traa whella.r tn
am,*a *i*n 11 ,,!a,h.i,|r,,„,«iiuble. Communis.
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'.nt In* pl'lmt .fi'a.a*r fair ...i-nrum iiu.nifc
l-nii'iill liken iliumi'l, Munii 4 Cu. r«tlfi
tfirt'O, rwta«, WH liuut ill.i'-,:', In tie
S«fic J»icatt
A Immlw.nii'ljf tnuMMtci m*>klj.   rnrtcst olr-
rtiiHitiin nf »ny identli'o Joonwl    i • fur
l 4iii'l». u » J*«i poauwu pn pU 1.   b-ild by
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GROCERIES
PROVISIONS
BOOTS MiO SHOES
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Our aim is to give satisfaction
to our customers.
Our delivery goes tn all parts of
the city. II you have no telephone leave your name and
our delivery will call.
DODDS i»
TYSON
Telephone 41
Cor. 8th St. and Lonsdale
Good
News
3'd street, cur Lonsdale ave
BLACKSMITHING
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
ETC., ETC.
Toul Sharpening 1 special!!-
COAL
NEW WELLINGTON Ooul
tlim-l rami ih„ mitiM.
Plut-p vmir onler* now tml
••f-iiri' iniirwinler'niiipiily.
lcat%a iltipini'iila mil krriia
in a leu ilm.. Pruwt n»lil
Urge aupplr of WOOD
alttat. un hand    ....
P.    LARSON
Hotel Norlh Vancouver
Telephone No. a.
kirhiiiooil Hi'i'lornl District
NOTICE is hereby given that
I shall, on Monday, the 1st day
of November, 1909, at thc hour
o! 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at
the City Hall, North Vancouver, B. C, hold a Court of Revision, for the purpose of hearing and determining any and all
objections to the retention of
any name or names on Uu- Register of Voters for the Richmond
Electoral District.
Dated  at   North  Vancouver,
this 22nd day of September, 1909
THOMAS SHEPHERD
Registrar of Voters for thc
Richmond Electoral District.
No excuse now for nol
BUYING THAT   PIANO
Contracting for several linndred
pianos, J375.00 to $450.00 grades
at a big cut from Manufacturers'
Wholesale Prices, enables us to
ihip in
CARLOAD LOTS
and by the "new liarni"-s svs
tern," saving to us many dollars
in freights alone, we are now
selling
Popular   Dependable   Pianos
$375    $290    Jjoo   $325
Jti.titi to Mo.00 per month
When you deal wilhus you get the
besl that Thi. Laroesi Piano Con-
cikn in Wistkkn Cimiu, backed
by 38 YEARS  -"RACTICAI. CXKUCMI 1
and au abundance of capital, can
give.
Montelius Piano House, Ltd
4 lt-441 lt«.li»a). M<-. l Wm!
Vancouver,       •        •        B.C.
Ll
lit IB
Appointment* u follows are
recorded in the last issue ol the-
provincial government organ:
Alex. II, Oliver oi Kasle, and
Parley R- Fleming, to be commissioners under the elections'
aci; Wilson C. Ding ol Shield*,
to be a justice ol the peace; J,
R. C. Deane ol Port Essinglon,
to bc deputy mining recorder lor
vSkcciia nver division; Ernest
J, Tennanl, lo be deputy mining recorder for \\ liidt-iinei o
nulling division; A. K. Connolly, M.D., CMi, to be resident
physician at Atlin; the lollowing to be notaries public: Thus.
D. Patullc, Alberl P. Arnold,
Jas. Kirkivood, John R. Jacobe
Wm. R Marriott, Herbert G.
Wright, Geo. W. Arnott, John
Williams, Donald EC. -McTaggart
Ronald M. Maillatid.
Certificates ol incorporation
have been issued as lollows: Arcadia Land Co. Ltd., capital
J3o,ooo; Cranbrook Masonic
Temple Co., Ltd., capital Sio,-
000; The Edward Stark Shoe-
Co., capital $60,000; Skeena Orchards Ltd., capital J5000; Pacific Metals Co., Ltd., capital
$250,000; The Tiniberlaiid Lumber Co., Ltd., capital $25,000;
Thc Modern Ollice Supply Co.,
Ltd., capital >,s<
The West
Co.,
(1 ill
Mam, factum
nf
all kind" ul Minion ani .Intuitu- Kurni-
liiri-, Sliari-, nilitr, |l»i,k aiul liar lulu rei.   Repairing in all ila brinrhci.
1)1 Third at IV., RM. i-hnlirStltl tat Uina.l.lr
tl[a|«.all. arlUKil
MAIL ORDERS given prompt attention
Coast Bridge & Dredging
Ltd., capital $200,noo.
The following companies have
been granted licenses as extra-
provincial companies: Ridcaii
Lumber Co., Ltd., of Ottawa,
capital $100,000; Stanlield'sl.td.
ol Truro, Nova Scotia, capital
$750,000.
Isaac R. Lawrence, ol Kitsa-
lano, confectioner, und J. S.
Hutching* ol Vancouver, "The
Vancouver Tent & Awning Co."
have assigned lor the bcuelit ol
their creditors.
Applications for water rucords
are made as follows: John (',.
Cuiiiiiiings of Cranbrook, applies
for nine cubic feet per sei ond
out of Cherry creek,; Win.Malm
of Sirhar, B. C, applies for ten
cubic it-cl per second out ol
Echo creek and lor ten cubic
feet per second out of the north
fork of Summit creek.
ANTI-MILITARY MOVEMENT
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hall
A. Campbell Hope, C.A., Cal.
ARCHITECT
1st Streei, E. of St. Antlreie*
Sorth Vancuuver
ATE NTS
M3EJi£U|
-"' m, — —" ^'
We solicit thc beuinwa of Manufirturrri,
Fujrinf+f aan»l ottiert who ir»l!re thr atMnabil
ity of having their Patent buvu'w trantacted
ty Kipett*. Prcliwin»MTidvkc free. Charge*
nwnleritt. Out Inventor'i Advttc r ■wni itr-on r ■
• -tert. Marion ft Marl -n. He*'.,.. N w Y..rW.il-
'I'-   Mi-ail'Ml-lBd WMMtiftc*   DC.UAJ
HERE
New enterprise on  Lonidale Avenue,  No.  443
Between 4th and Mii SireeU.
The North Vancouver Piano Co. &
SCHOOL or MUSIC
Will tell j,,ii in; [iii.triimi'iit • mt.il ind teirh you how tn pity
theni.   Leant your piano ttininu nnlen at thii place.
Call and aee ui.   Eaiy ternn eitendetl lo you.
ALL GOODS AND WORKl<Jl*ARANTKKI>
Phone 37
Artlitlc Dtwi-mi Sound Workmanihip
Moderate Pricei
LAW & KNOWLES
P.O. Box I
A.RCHITtCTI  AM)  BciLDIRfl
W« Can Diiifn and We Can Build
The proposed policy to devel
op a military and naval lorce
throughout Canatla, is not to lie-
carried into eflect without vigorous protest, il the movement,
recently set on loot in form o,
meets with sullicient rcspon ,c to
enable it to survive. i Ir**,
movement has laken   the  lo:ui
<>f an organisation  known as
The Canadian Peace and Arbitration Society, of which Sir
William Mulock, is president,
Rev. Ur. C. B, Kbv is seircturi
and William 6. Brown is tr ,is-
urer. An active prom-; 1. la
has been sel in operation, lo
make the principles oi the eOl it -
tiy known throughout ilie dominion and to elicit organi/a-
tion in all parts ol llu: laid.
The lirst active slep undertaken, is the circulation ol .1 petition to the dominion govern
luelit, asking that some suitable
eoiiimeinoraiion bi* arranged n'i
on the consummation ol one
hundred war-*, oi uninterrupted
peine lor Canada* The petition
recites lhe latt llial nearlv OUl
hundrid years have alap ed
siine (he war tif l,S 1: i,1l4,ivliiili
was terminated under condi*
tions thai practically abolish'd
arinaiiielils ol war along the
international frontier betwt n
Canada and lhe United Stati■*
and that the ellects of au unbroken century of peace aiul
good will between the IWO
countries as seen in ihe increasing industrial, commercial, so
cial and moral dcvviopi, ti,t ol
our people, have btefl so pro-
nounccd as to attract the uttCB-
tioli of the   whole   «r,i;.l     and
tlu n proceeds to reqacel Ila do
minion government either separately or in conjunction with
ihe government ol the United
States, to image i natii nal 1
an international coiiitiieiiioia-
tion ol an event ol such world*
wide significance.
This, lion ever, is only jn incident ill the operations of lhe
society, in the prosecution ol
the porpoa lor whiih it i-.
formed. The constitution, dt
dares the object of lhe aociet]
^0 be as follows:   "This society
beMiig founded 011 the principle
that 11 ar is contrary lo true rt-
igion, sound morality, and the
besl interests of humanity,shall
have ior its object, lhe pi 01110
tjon oi universal ami permanent
peace by means oi arbitration,
ami by cultivating the spirit ol
peace and goodwill among men"
The working creed ol the society is elaborated in au accompanying leaflet in which it is declared that "war is the sun nal
ol iln- brute in the savage, and
ol the savage in the eivili/.ed
man." The consequences ol war
are declared lo be disastrous to
civilization, War destroys column ic and demoralizes the spirit
of llu- people. The vast preparations lor war tend to make-
war; u military profession is
created; millions of people are
reduced to mechanical automatons, while lhc rest of the people are crushed under ever increasing burdens of taxation.
Suih vast sums of national
money are spent 011 war, even
during peace, that there are no
funds for industrial, sanitary,
educational and kindred lines ol
progress. It is declared thai
war is now unnecessary and
peace is now practicable.
As for the dominion, the
society   declares   unequivocally
The cry of imperial danger and
the frcii/.y worked up lo militarize the dominion of Canada and
other sell governing units of the
empire, resolved to lead the
world into an era of peace, is a
colossal folly — a crime of
crimes."
'Canada must stand immoveable against being degraded into a militarized dependency. She
must develop as an autonomous
unit in control of her own ties
tiny, loyal lo the empire. Hut
the empire must lie loyal lo tin
stupendous possibilities nl this
land in this era of peaceful
world advance."
The alternative before Canada
is sel out as follows: "Ignorance and designing nun may in-
llame that spirit of loyalty, to
swell the forces of a liiarinoniz-
ed militarized empire; or, Intelligence and goodwill mai awaken the apathetic forces of righteousness, progress and creative
civilization, and thus help to if
velop a christianized empire to
lead ail nations in peaceful evolution towards "the federation
of the world."
Il is proposed to, form branch
societies throilglioui the doiuiii
ion, and by every available-
means lo endeavor to cause the
principles (or which lhe societv
stands to prevail. That those
principles will be met by with
spri ati sympathy throughout a
large section of Canadian citizenship, is undeniable, but the
tank set Mr itself by the society
is certainly stupendous, and iu
most earnest well wishers will
scarcely be sanguine of success,
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEW 4 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
319 Pender street, Vancouver
and
Nortli Vancouver
AHcH.TtCI.
MUl-IC
Prof. JOS. E. NURNDERGEl-i
Musical Hue, ini
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Hall, Cor.
Robson and  Granville  Streets.
All Instruments.      l'lione .'5.10
Phone jiu
U  W. WAITT A CO., LTD.
558 Granville Stret-l
E.STANLEY MITT0N,M.1.C.A ]Pianos
ARCHITECT
> Talking Mat hinc« —
^H      Music Goods
The oldest music house in R, C
619 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, 11
•aaUCTIUNttRS
A. M. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
66 Hastings street wesl
is the only auctioneer who will
pay spol cash before the sale is
conducted
bMrtrtl.al-.Hb
F. C. SAUNDERS	
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary
Public. Member ol lhe n.us
of British Columbia and Quebec. Room 9 Empire Bunding, 603 Hastings st. wesl.
Vancouver, B.C.    Phone 41M)
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Street
Phone 99b
S. D. SchulU        C. S. Arnold
.M
II. A. I'UWKLL
is ti|n 11 in u-i a n, pap
lll.-lllllll I     Mia       \  11,llll,
'Cello  tad   1   iti.i   Baa*
\a i\ painstaking uilhilnld
ren.      Mutk 1 ipled in allt.
O'Brien llall,    1 • rnei  Hiiiingi
lllll  llllllll I   Mln lit,
Phoae Lapta
LA'llES' HAIHt  hi. -:  ir* L,
MADAMS lirni-llim> lm- jum
riftiutl n lar-p, wia-cilim "i lull U
-..iii lia <,i 11,, tn -1 *|n.tint mi'i I""!►!
pricw,    Call lad Ltoprel 11 jroe tit la
II, I'll l.| ,*l.f. T*all|*,T.-, ll IL". INUI.Infill.Uini!**      Ill,III,*     1,1      \|*a  I,       HI,     llll*
.lloril'M     IH,   III*. fnl     .'at     aatl'l    (mitti
ii.ur UMIIlllg Ctt i-tnl Mr T in,1,1-
aaw'i halt rw*ti ra r, (I i«i |«r buttle.
ll.lla djjlla* ut.,I liltnii.llial. Lal I.il limi-
tt0,    tttlV    IK .IIIIH 111    ll     1,1,111 .   a-l.il
iin.iia iiit-u. Witui-juuilit itii<i in.ii*H'nr*
iii^, fl,, iriili.-i. iur Un Mi"!... i
.ll|iiiilliiniii- liaiir ul
MAD.l.MK lllMI'lllal V*
6M< lirainiiia -ir.«-l
t,P. it.IAN j
U4IHD
Kallethes bath
Corner Homer and Pender Su.
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Oplui.ni
All work guaranteed
Consultation Iiu
4V Hastings streei iiesl
Opp. Cumeraphoiie tlicalie
PMuroiiHAi-riLHa
The only up-to-date aud leli-
.ilile bath house in British Co-
lumbia-
We cure where others (ail.
.Satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plain baths, electric baths,
shower baths, massage for body, scalp and face; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin, Germanv
BUSINESS COUfGtS
CHURCH SERVICES
■lil.
•3o
MARTEl/.s  STUDIO
-PHOTOC.RAPllEka -
13] Hastings Slreel Wesl,
VANCUUVER, B* c.
The best t-quipptd sludio ou the
coasl. - l'lione 3228
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIO
Family Gioup Spttialists
Cabinet size, ii per doztu
Cor. Carrall and Cordova sU.
A. SAVARD, Proprietor
PlOlUHt FHAMING
SPROTT-SIUW
Business Institute t
336 Hastings St. W.
•-.n,d.-. Qr.at.tt Wattern  School \U   ^fve   *_**?*   f°lk    "
_   T  „       .   n « .. 'mouldings in B.C.to stliii 110111
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - - Manager jsu ^n)0_ w<l|ll tumH llullc
cheap aud well gel our pi ices.
BAILEY tiHOb. LO L11).,
540 Granville and 138 Cordova
PITMAN'S
Biiiiiiivs College
REAL ESTATE
Methodist church, corner
and St. George's avenue:—
Services at 11 a.m. and
p.m.    Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Sunday school at Moodyville at
11 a.m.    Prayer meeting Wed-
lesilay  tt 7.30 p.m.      Pastor:
Rev. B. H. Baldcrston, B.A.
Lynn Valley Institute Hall:—
Services every Sunday  morning at II, and evening at 7 p.m.
St. John the Bvaageliet, 7th
and 13th streets:—
Holy communion fl a.m.;
morning prayer 11 a.m.; even*
ng prayer 7 p. 111. On the
lirst Sunday in the month there
will be a second celebration ol
lhe holy communion al 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
Services at St. Clement's hall
Lynn Valley: Morning prayei
11 a.m.; evening prayer 7 p.m.
I'riest-in-eharge: Rev. II. II
Gillies.
St.   Andrew's    Presbyterian
church, 6th street-
Services at 11 a.m. and 7..V'
p.m.    Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Wedneeda).
al i o'clock.     P,,stor:   Rev. J,
I)  Gillam, M.A.
North Vancouver Catholic Indian Mission:—
Sunday Services—Mass at 9
a.m. Sunday school at 2.30 p.m.
Benediction at 3 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. E. Ptytavin, O.M.I V.G.
Baptist Church, cor. 5th and
St. George:—
Sabbata school at 2 p.m. Services at 3 p.m. and at 7.30 p.m.
632 Seymour St., Vancouver
Day school open  all  the  year ^^
round.    Night school coiniiit-nc- Kt«P 1v_V}}_m
es September 8th.
CHlROPHACriC
EAST  VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
n
Cklroaiatllt 1- Hit »l ibtolnl.
Mlt .lul    ren ,lt,a III,'   * K' **    **l  tl.
tf 10 I'.lm oe in...*,.*   .. t l,!,.*|,r, ■ lli     1l„*
nil,     liirn| inr   11,   I .1 11,uti 1
K\.i>-, III   .iha Int „l I lilli,|,r.i III-), frailuilt*
I'kltlii M I,  hn*Iial la, . I'.t. I*.
'Hln* 1  r  I a    .   -ll K*ilia<>ii
■ Ir,*-**!,  I-IikIii   UttmX    II >   I.   I   10.    I'unalilU.
ll,,II .nal i'Ihiiiiii.llllll 1a i*.
OETbCTIVE AGENCIES
Canadian Detective Bureau:—
Ollices everywhere
fuBMiitf Oiliff.    ^11 Implrt Blotk
'.ii::ilit>iiiiK-.t. in'M. Hatatm
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
For partuul.nt apply lo
MORDEN A THORNION
Phone 815      440 Homer Street
Yorkshire (iuaraiikt k
Securities (or|iuriiliuii lid
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgate Manager
DYEINO AND e.HANING
PERTH DTK WORKS
Anderson & Hilton, Proprietors
Dyeing, Cleaning, Pressing
Ladies'  dresses,  silks,   laces   a
specialty
SALE tk BREWITT
Agents, North Vaniouvn
RESTAURANTS
All North Vancouver people
eat at
LEONARD'S
Either Flack Blmk or Hustings street, opposite the in vv
Pott lilin f Leonard sells llit
tea by thc pound.
GROCERS
CHEAI'SIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
WATCHM-KtHS
English   practical  watchmaker;
Established I.SNi
Groeeriet antl Provisions
Wholesale nnd Retail I
11 <iS Hattinjrs St. I downstairs) I
Delivery Tuesdays aad Fridays
Speciality,  I'Miting
toootoors,
31a Carrall Street The express, north Vancouver, b. C.
SHOOTING    PARTY
The hunting party organized
bi Aid, W. II. Braim will leave
on the S.S. Coinox tomorrow
evening. Tlie scene ol opera-
time will be Powell lake. The
party consists oi Aid, Braim,
Dr. .Morrison, Thomas Prime,
C, S. Voung and R. W, Evans.
The party is taking a small
launch along which can be carried across on the logging railwav (rtiiii the j^ nl I io l'u" i il
lake, ami it is their intention 1"
proceed  at  oliu   lo lhe extreme
head ol the lake, One ol the
objects ol the expedition  is *to
trv to lot ale a band ol elk lhat
is reported as ranging between
thu head ol Powell lake and Jer
vis Inlet. In anv tase their
purpose is to seek Mg game.
Thev  will   lie  an ai   .ilmiit   tWO
weeks.
The Mo/art string trio, play-
ing at the Si. Andrew's  choir
concert next  Thursday, is one
ol the besl OU the coast.
LOCAL NEWS
Born.—In this city, Saturday,
October yth, to G, G. and Mrs.
Nve, i daughter,
I R. .1. Barton, of this city, returned home on Friday last, alter n successful season in the
north.
T. Bradley Tailor and lamily
Iroiu Vancouver are among the
new residents to arrive this
week. Thei are residing at rfo
ind slreet wesl.     Mr. Tailor is
a ipecialist in piano tuning and
voice t uh ure, .nul will probably gin special sttention lo
these linen, la this city.
The Express is in rectip'. ol I
lettei iinin "A Norlh Van ouver Resident" calling , It-i ion
m the [requency wl-Ji which
dogs are found in lhe cabins ol
llu-  Itiiv  steamers,   but   u.M'-
companied bj the writer's --'\i-
nature.     The kite!  .mints t ul
the objectionable leatures of the
presence ol doge in the passenger's quarters and expresses the
hope thai the ollicers will pul I
stop-to the practice.
LADIES' CREAM
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WML COATS j
In   , ami liu'iliuin lengths just arrived Irolll the east.        §
Stylish nnd comfortable, priu-, right* J
Our ilosiin Department is ven complete and our line  i
ill all Hool boys' hose is spcciallv to be noted limn    *
lm  to JOC. •
Penman's underwear in all titts .it Vaniouver prices.      ,
Eiderdown lot dreieiiiig gowns to pei yanl. whiti nnd  *
colors. f
BABYS   WHITE   DRESSES
AND PINAFORES
An import shipment of these goods has just
arrived Iroiii London, Eng., and we can safely say
that tliey are one-third below anything you ever
bought on the Pacific coast, besides being ol tilii-
liiiest possible material and workmanship.
Baby's pinafores, elaborately trimmed with lace 15c
" " " 30c and 35c
Baby's pinafores, pretillv embroidered 50c, 55c, 60c
Baby's |vinaIort*s, extra line embroidery and lace
85c and O.sc
Baby's white dresses, embroidered and lace trimmed
85c and 95c
All the larger sizes ia dresses and pinafores also in
stock.
Singer sewing machines and aCCCieorleS kept in stock
Parcels delivered to all parts within the city limits
•J. J. MCALEECE
KEITH BLOCK LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
Cleared Lots
In Block 3M, D.L. 33*
These lots are all on gradei--treats. In fine neighborhood.
Close to park aad grand boulevard, Water, teltphoat, eltc-
tric light.
Price* $600 to $700
I AM If RMS
S. GINTZBURGER
-LIMITED-
SEE US FOR
SASH  DOORS  MOULDINGS  BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,  ETC, ETC.
BURRARD V,SH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
Wt mllei! t tritl bid Ml -mir (ir-lin mull t,r Itift.
DRESSMAKING SK THE PREMISES.
SHAW'S
!
PIONEER DRY GOODS, «
Gent' Furnishing: and Fancy J
Store.  Cor. 2nd & Lonsdale  *
THE NORTH VANCOUVER RPECIALTiT
103 Cordova Street- Vancouver, 1. C.
f. O. BOX SM.
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Corner Lonidale Are aad Stetnd Street
Phonei Xi tnd A62
KHTAHI.IMII'.I* I'l"..
FANCY ANI*) STAPLE GROCERIES
Local antl Foreign Fruilt
Fresh tnd Cim- Eggs
Choice Cretmery Duller always on html
l..iin|' Good*,, Glatsware
Crockerywtre, llruthet.  Hronnu. etc., ttc   ■
ALEXANDER I<\ HE ILLY
Orgnniat nntl Chmrintiilrr tf t\ .Wr-w'i Church
Teaeher  of I'iano,   Vueul  uml Theory
If desired Pupil* |irt-|mred Inr the
Torontti CniviTiily Kitminttionn
o,    /■       M llntir Slrrt. I'lmttr IMf,  Yiiiic.nrrr
OMOSWa US l.in.nliile Arenirt. Vlimte Snrlh I'anrotttrr
Norlh Vtnnmver, 1 uemli-*ti ft Friday*.   Ki-ft-renet: R.-v.Mr. Qillta
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ASSORTMENT Ol-
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The GENUINE North Vancouver Specialists
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WHO CARRItS YOUR INSURANCE?
Every business man carries Fire Insurance.    Onli) lhe improvident neglect these things
BUT
Is yunr oompany iah!      Will your company pay promptly ?      If n Un fire oaavn is your eompaay strong euoupli lo pay its losses ?
Has your company a reputation fur fair dealing ? x
.f >„u arc insured i„». COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO., of London, Eng.,
YOUR ANSWER IS YES.        ITS ASSETS EXCEED $06,000,000
In the NEW W!->.MIS>TK|{ KIRK iu lo.iies of fWO.OOO were SETTLED AND PAID IN TEN DAYS.       Let us quote you a rate
Call and See Us
NOTE ADDRESS--67 and 69 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver,
Phone 6

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