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iDWEEK
$i)t Inima
A I'H
EDITION
Vol time 1
North Vakoouvir, B.C., Ah-ii 5, 1U1U
Number
NOTICE OB COURT OF
REVISION
NOTICE is hereby given that
OU Monday, tho 18th Day oi
April, [010, at 2 o'clock p.m,
within the Cily Hall, Norlh
Vancouver,   B.C., the  Aseess-
lllent Koll ol the City of Noi lii
Vancouver for the yeai I910
will be revised bv memberi   oi
Police Court     Regular Meeting of the City Council   Local News Items
lhe
Then   was  quite  a lineup in
Magistrate Kealy's court ws
terdav morning and the number of d,links to walk llu carpet was in unusual occurrence
for one day. The thst i we tvu
thai nf \\. Preston, 1 habitual
drunkard and e lamil 1   figure
nil the pnl e cnlirt In in Ills, lie
w as lined  -I*' and Costs Ol  two
wu!*' Imprisonment.
\V. .UcC.illivray, (or a lirsl ol
fence, was lined fj and costs,
Uis Worship the  Mamr   .im!
all the Aldermen wren present
.11   lasi evening1! regulal meet
iiig of the City Council.
Principle   smongSl    the    lll.it
lets   under discussion  was   111.
question nl tihe dty taking Un
initiative in lhc ievi ral lotal
improvement wnrks  needed  in
'In iIt) ai the present time.
Tile    lollowing    let t ws     will
mad :
Communication    irmn    tin
property wrote making applii»
lion lor the extension ol tin
sidewalk at lhc lool nl I.on-,
il.ilc   Ave, mi the east sldi,   to
accommodate a numbei "i nea
• reeled iln tt reci ntlj.
Referred   to   ihe Board   ol
World Willi power to ai I,
The    lollowing   lilialiiial     .1*
COttnll   Mire   passed      1'matin,
a, police, f5.tt.i0 ; school
Mr.   and    Mis.   L. KelK   ..1
Aberdeen,   U a~.li.,   are   visiting
the tatter's parents, Mr.  and
Mrs. Smith ol 14th.
Ah. and Mrs. O'Brien ol Uou«
ii.ili Ave, have moved into theii
large house OU Keith mail, west
of tli. i apilano car line termin-
us.
K
ANDIE
ITSHEN
A LARGE Sl I I'l.ViiF
FRESH  FRUIT
AND KANDIE '
ALWAYS ON HAND
I. h. BoniK'l,     OJLonsddle
Board oi Works, f) 1; |.j,
watei works, (1,439.16; lm snd
Tony Moses  snd   Jim  Se.y   Contracting   Record asking tile light, Ui*_ft, and health Jju
mour, two Indiana, were up on council  to itipplj   theui  with    Hia Worship reported that In
a chargi nl Ih'hij;  intoxicated statistics oi building construi   dian Agent McDonald hadprac-
ihe Council sitting as a Court Icontrarj to the Indian Act and ''ion in North Vancouvei begin   licall)   obtained  all liu signa-
of Revision. were accordingly lined ,s,i   and '"".*■■. with the first month ol tin lures ol ihe Indian chiels neces-
Notice    ol   all    complaiius costs m .1 month lmprt>oumenvy«a* and'also building prospects *s-"> "' connection with tbi a
against   the   Assessment,   is in each case.  The latter claim-|t° enable Own to publish  tbi tension oi Third street through
made b\   the Assessor, must   In    ed that Ile had obtained t,u lm.- 1 Inures   along   will  lln,si    Irolll
given in writing to the subscrib-1 tie of firewater Erora  a liall  other principle cities in Canadi
. at least ten davs before tin brend whom
date of lile sitting of the court, 00 lhe easl
and suih notice must state   the  Creek.
■.'lound oi complaint.
Given  undor  _y  hand   thii
11 tli day ol March, 1410.
he iiul not know,
snlc  ol Sevmour
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
Citv Clerk.
(iu information ol II. Brook*,
government revenue tu collect
in, Iir 1. Follii appeared nn 1
chargi nl refuting to withhold
the government revenne tu
a Chinese iu her emploj.
She was ordered lo pay the tax
a   I Sl costs of the court
I u*ii.I,
i, 1   Hi
H
Pap
[I s as
Office Phone 149
FOR
Signs
ouse Painting
Hanging
er
Glazing
Wallpaper
and Paints
Of all kinds
Picture Framing
Ratepayers' Assn.
The cleik uas instructed to hu
nislr the desired information,
A   Idler   was received     liom
iln Andrew Carnegie librsr
committee relative to tin citj'«
application    lor    Information
lein, Hj;    toward   lhe   establish*
tiiiut ni .1 library in this cit)
v a 11.,iu innn was submitted
aim among the questions asked
was tin- probable location d ■
■>m, the amount obtainable [01
maintenance and the amount
so iar collected with this end ill
iim. it was referred to the
committee oi the whole.
C, J, Fagaa wrote submitting granted.
iln provincial health reporl loi    ,
,, ,      lire .UH
909,   it was ii [erred
iiiiimttii and liu
tlnir reserve and that these slg
natures wonld bi Iorwarded to
Ottawa immediately.
Under the head ol committee
[eporti the following wen
read :
l-inance    committee   recom
mending  that lhe police estj
mates lor   191a   In passed   and
thai iln queition ni th- disposal ni ihe debentnrei authorized
in recent bylawi be referred lo
Uie cniuliiittee ol  the whnle.
Wain   wnrks committee  n
commending that the application iinin ilu district coum I
loi lour water connections lo
residents   in   the   district   be
Builders and
Contractures
1*. LAB80N li  pnparwd lo
rapplj
Lime, Brick,
Sand, Cement
Ami all kinds iif Building
Material in q laiititiei in suit
ami ui reuonable prio i,
tlTI.Y--
HOTEL NORTH \ INCOUV1 R
'IKI.KI'IIUSK Nn  2.
I. o. o  Ft
Notth Vancoaver Lodge,  No.
55, meets every Thursdaj even
in-*, corner I.ousdale avenue and
First street, at S o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to
attend. J, Kelly, N.Q.; A. T
Kennedy, Kic.-scc, .1. II. rilling, Fin.-sec.
DR. It. B. HOWH.L
«s>rici\N
(M na 1    Riirrsrd  t>snsla*rh m   1010
Gf ruin it . ', ,iii.*,,iiv,*r
Ri nssm 1. l'u*. .1 iiini.i.*! 111 North
\ *n ier
Tin*  N..nh  Vani   1 ii   Hal
payers' AssouVtiou wIII bold .1 tiu u,ir
meeting  in  Um citj    baU  on to the health
Tliuisila'   evening, April    |th, health officer.
1..1  the  puip      nf conducting j,   n.   Ker inquired  il  tin
such   bnaunsi  and   discussinv, j council wu bow willing to pro-
111.liters whnh rightlj i.ill  uii Vide  him  with  a   permanent
1  ,■ the supervision oi tins  01 grade on the Kspl.mndc to .11
ganizatiou   Most important m ;,-,-,. him to atari construction
all is tht  mention ol  changing ,,1 hln brick block mi loti -.> ..n.i
ih. n line nl the city ' om North ji, block 165, I). I, 171,
Vancouver to some«, her name ()u motion ol Aldermen   >.c
thai i.ould designate Uns place Keish snd Irwin, it was resolv-
II,   ilearlv  Imm briM  a  part   ,,1 tn IntrOduCt a Inlaw   1111   ',1
oi   Vancouver,     Vt tai   last establishment   ol   this   graih
meeting ol the association  tlu according lo the dtj engineei
subject was first introduced and profile.
il., name "'.i-.isil.ih " ..lein..1 I.. The ciiy engineer inquired il
imd iniast lavor,    Tin* import- council considered fi.jo lot an
auci  ol   ilns question    slow eight   hour da) complied  with
sliaa-.ii.  In* ilu   Incentive (01   a the requisites of section 31N ti
large attendance oi the   inem* the municipal clauses sa ■ fail
lu- md iiu/i-ns wlm ,ni  ui,' wage to In paid bj dtj contra*
(ii'l in         onnectioo.     rh .tors.   Ii was considered  thai
' ■■■■■  .1   1  in*, siiiei .unl mn the Jlunniii.il Clauses Ail con
i  mattei  it rouiine business and this pant niffidently,
ai   slated '"' lhe 1 cning. The dty tngiwtr reported as
 lur instructions on the conslrtf-
illoil   nl KWiragl   OO   l.nnsil.ili
School  I fUStee Llectea Au-  »long  that  portion   between  l.Ull and  1Mb slleet alj
—— proximatdj j,i8o bet which is
in be permanentlj improved,
lb  estimated the enst to bc
f 16,000, Ule life oi the wolk and
payment  ol tomi under local
impi<  cnu nt in inui ,1 term ol
W   m.iis. llr   leiiiinii,iiiiiiiI
thai ilu- dty paj Jo per rent
ni the total cost, W,oo», and
ihat ilu in.-l to the propertj
benefitted would be \i 55 pa
inun H"'t.  Tin reporl eras n-
ici-i.d.
ported al n I
mated coil ol iln- local lnipro\
. 1 a,.ii a '.ins portion ol Low
dale   .     .md ilu- construction
ol  a      ment  walk oil 1.111*
.,1     li       Ii'l   as lieiii'    -
iiim.ii     a in 1 . I    [ M  J'l 'I'll,   nn. iiiiiii :>dcd  that   tin      it]
i.ii   |i   |'i*r nnt. ol the 1 a*
.mil thnl lln
i\ owners paj tin balaan ti *
(.in or S|;o per Imnt loot Re
i'.nt l' rived.
A petition was nc i' a
lib   street   lol   a
1 is. W. Ila\ was elected lo
ihe sorlli Vancouver School
Uo rd .'i vcsici'ii.n s election
'>.   . targe  majority over   lli*
.   aspirant lor   lhe  ol
Mr, W. Knowles.
' ' vote «,ii; imi i" in cu
1 'n.iii a largi nm, ni it w.i,
sotiiiv bat larger tiun th.' tab
en on the iwo bylawi "i, 1 on
.1 ii ,1 wnks ego, lhe result
ni yesterday's eleiimn a 1
li    W. Ha)    tll
Win    I. Howies       In
Total  vote 1.ist
m.i, ritj mi Mr. Hay
148
ss
.. sn Ess i-;\ti-;nsihn    i
'I'     No   '.   Vancouver   I'l.iii'
Coi *  nj    an   making    pn
pa. aiioiis lor an energetic de\ I
opineiii ol then liusiius-. A cal  redden s on
losvd  ol  Singer  pianos  is m |0w fool ridewalk on the north
si''c iietween Sl. Andrea and
K Igi  a. Ave, iiii<l<i local im*
transit Ironi tin laclm \.   1 ll'
have alsu arranged lor thc man
nia' tun b\ one ol the lo
t m ■ liau firms oi 1 ipei lal pi
ano  designed  by   Air.    T.   W
Ward, local manager [or lhe
iiimi 1 uy  to be known as  tl
Wrabi    iti piano, whuh will be
placed   'ii ih«- market in   lue
ight c(iiiiiiiiiii<    11
commending that the dtj does
im     -ee   ll,s   way clear lo pin
cli.i-i certain equipment in con*
Hei Hon With a lire engine.
Board oi works committee
recommending that tenders iM'
called    inr   the    clearing    ol
a -I lool roud cast from
15th strut to Mr. II. C,
\\rij;ht s propertj in I) I. bit ,
ihal the oiler ol the .V V. Land
and In provi ...ilil ( n. to lie.1.
siruts im hided 111 tlnn pro
po "i extension  ol ilic Grand
Uiml, card iioin  i'llll strut an.l
niiieiisiiiin through 1). 1.. 344,
545 and 55a to Uu comer ol
.Uilll.s ,111.1   .'1st   -Uul.  .,1  ,, cii-,1
to thc dtj "I s |„i ,„,,i i,(.
accepted   and   thai am    Uol
den 1 application Inr lhe I"ail'
\ .udiii-;   nl  1 uh slreel in Ironl
ol lots id and  17, liluck 85,   1).
li, 549, on whnh be ionumpl.it
cd erecting  three >>,   residences, U lill (All  Inr   llllllni
consideration.
All   the  reports  and  ra
mend.illnlis     weie   adopted     lit
their ent nuy.
lu the 1.ise oi Air. Morden's
application it was referred  to
the board ol works with pow< 1
to act.
111. uaiinul were ol lln oplli
1011 thai the oiler ol tin V \
I,ami I ompanj  was a good on.
but some oi tin numbers «> rs
desire- ol knowing approximate^ What amount ..| ,\ ork wa
contemplated lor this season.
Tl.i rl, rk reported regardim
twi local Improvement ped
lions 1l1.1i had lieen circulated
.md presented  to lb  council,
Tin .e-i.-ud value ol propert]
mi   K ill* mail   uiMriiij;    llial
1 inn proposed lo hi impro\
sd amounted  lo M^ibjo, ami
iln aggregate value "I propert)
.. imi ior amounted to   onl)
-is ' |'i   uliuh lell muiii   -hint
ol .In 50 par unt. icipiiii'il. tin
'-'I   lln   assessed \aliie .. 1
iir- propertj covered bj tin pi
Ution was >ia.i,|.v while onl)
ilie ownera ol propert) to tha
vain,   ni (36,790 rigned, igaln
(ailing short ol the
Al'leiinan    lrwm
ihese    Well     wnlks
Air. .luhn Ka) ni Capilauc
has started Um uecUon ol 1
line iWo-etorej residence on bit
property near the Capilano
bridge. It is his intention to
occupy the premiiei bimadl up
on lhe Completion ol the house.
Kev.    Hall,   laic "I  ll.irln.x.
Alan., look charge ol the services at Si. John s church last
Sunday.   Ke\. llall is en route
lo Prince Rupert, where he will
do missionary duties between
ihe ciiy end rort George.
The provincial police arrested
two mul iis named respectively
Foster aiid Davie, on a  durgi
oi breaking windows la the ma
chine shop ol the iiiiii buildings
at Moodyville,    The uiai will
he held belore .Magistrate Alexander in Vancouver.
Wc"
auace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIPBUILDERS,
ENGINEERS fi
ll
oilcrniakers
L,
Mn m
,ml   Maihi'li.n      Kii-
Hoih r \\ 'uk p ompt-
l\        VI 111.
Telephone 103
Noith Vancouver
I'Airel Sidney, lhe ;*uiontli-'
old son oi Air. and Iin. II.
Newman died at thaii bans al
.Moodyville Smidav night The
funeral will be hci<l this afternoon at two o'clock, the illtei-
meiit being ntraigad   at   the
.Mission uiiictery.
Air. II. von Oraevenitz, "l the
linn ol Ward, llurmester and
um GraevenitX, Vancouver, has
purchased a house on 1-oiirili
slreel, ileal lhe pulilie Khool
and will lake up Ills lesiddne
'herein llllHladlately upon the
complilioii ol lhe extensive im-
provementp which are now ia
li.in.l. Ah. Percy Ward ot lhe
same linn has purchased a ri-
.slilellie 00  l'lllh slieel wesl and
will remove Ua lamily thithex
n a- attangeoianta can bt
made.
GETTING SIGNATURES
Indian Agent AlcDonald nl
New Westminster was ill lhe
iitv tins week relative lo obtaining the signatures ol uie In
dian chiels lo lhe docuiuelits in
iiiiiiiectinii with ihe intension
ol   Third  street   through   linn
naervs and tha couideraUon in
volved.
Ah. McDonald expecta lo h»w
tin   wholi   matter 111   com i'lc
lolin and lead)   to be lol wal (led
to Ottawa 111 a day or so. it is
believed ihat tin. Indians an gn
iug lo aik the Dominion gov-
iirilliielll lor the whole nl ui.
10 bc paid lliem IU lash
by the city oi North Vaiicouvu
as a pari ol the transfer price.
NOW
1- thi   time  to ipraj   vmir
in it trees.    Wi recommend
■n I   ( ; :       - on   with
LIME
SULPHUR
SOLUTION
\\ lm li *>liiiiiiil be pui mi bc-
( 1   thi  treei 1 nn nn 1
Imd.
ALL KiNds of
Fertilizer*
fofj lawn and garden
llif KUdUHB
■UN W, Lid.
I.nii-ai.iii   i)venae,
1        ■ 1
BUSINESS  LOCALS
J.uk l.oulet and N. l.oll.d.iie
I'.iihi Aiuiiay Co. bi Insurance
w.wtkd Second hand piano
guod Ions on ian   lew
spoiisiiili person,  Applj M  B.,
Kxpress. A 5
IS'
I-, rn- in-lit.
Aa aiuian McNeish moved
iliac thi wnik be dow nol
ni the Iniids borrowed reo nil)
lor ilns purpose,   it was
ml to the Hn.'id "l Worl   with quisition,   He moved lit il
powei in act nnilli,, 1   snd  board  ol  woi
FOB   BALE—Agreement   of
Sale   on   l.ynn   Valh)   acuag' ,
dated   l-eb.'  IO,     I9IO.     Value,
, ti, ij aud 18 monthi ai ;
l0n»idered V*  tmt    A.   B,  Wagnome,
,,,llv   North  Valicouvi-i.
and on account of tin  frequent "
changes  oi propertj ownership    EGGS FOB  SAI.h (Thoroi
"l  late It  was a dillmilt    1.1 k ghbred)    Haiiul    K'.ck,   M    lot
to get ap .1 properl)   i ned n   SlU111« i   lllll;u» 1<nl"11  '
,    pel     dn/.      A.   Slu*
cor. Ihtb and AlaJioii
count    Tin placi ol busim.-* ol    c. Cooper, .1 resident on   hi conmaer  Uie question ol
the loinpaiii  will be lilted up Knplatiade,    coiuplaini      ihal certain   Improvement   ill  ■
with the most modern appoint   whicle  vren sllowed to itaml the dtj on tht council
lllellls.      The   lighting    has   al    on  tll,    Ksiilanaile alld    WeTI   I livi   .mil  lhat ,1 report
reed) received due attentii 1 hj publii nuisance there.    Hi il " at sn carlj date mi iuch
the installation ol Moore lights referrril to his lormer coi plaint and their probable cost,
iggn-g.iting over  1. ' i.ni'iii regarding  dumping garbagi   in    Thi engineer wai   1
gratifying luccei   the emsu ravine on thi liiplan to bring in a report on
.nh* near Bl  Georgi             '■        sted mst of local ii <
w.r lent, ii in tin pol    * Ki Ilh  road Irmn Uah *
inissioinrs. eat 1 to Um * It    bout
J, ii Fireman, proprii loi ol —
the    old     lustilll     COrpOl I I ollllUlled  nil   |
tO Ki'.NT   Furniihed  n
■   nt l.li.     Appli    Ln   1-1     I   -,     B«
Office,
lliiil
All kinds ol
rower    Th'
attained by ihis lirm hai proi
en to lluni inliclusiveh  that ui
ii 1 pii ling methode will build "|
.1  proiperoui business  In  tin
cit).
Ninth Vancouvei Girls
-ilmnl .md Preparatorj will p
open   for the suniiiur tl tin   on
•.. April jith Foi i i»"s
- tui apph to 1 In* i ■
ti. liiiiiii  end \
'•'■'dwell, l.oiis'.laii  .iiid I yth   01
llox 115.
Lumber
Mouldings
-Sash and
Doors, Etc.
V'   I   .     '   h"      j'
\
Ll MR HI.
tNIi  0 I THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
Bargain*
Five lots in 304, mar Railroad svenue, including one double
corner,   $1800 foi thetive    |8oo cssh, hslsnce est)
Five roomed house on hsll n n ol ground, m ai Lynn Val-
le) Cir Line snd store,   Prio foi quich ssle I1350; l-icashj
* 1*. 1 * tnd is in.inilii
Doubh cornel facial* Ottawa Gsrdsni.    Price (50001 yi
1 ash; Ihii,nn a '*. 1 j ainl is months,
CAMPBELL & EVENSON
'l Lonidale Avenue.
'hone 155.
THE   EXPRESS
Norih   VANCOl si I
B.C.
Published Tuesdays and Fridays In
North Shore Priu, LIMITED
One rear, fi.uu
aUTK.S UK SI llM'lill'TlllS
Six months, Wc, Three moutli*. tht
nihil • it,  ami foreign, |1.80 par year
Ailvirti-ain Ratee will he quoted 1111 appttcatlun,
Th- l'lx|irc~n i. .lui'I'-'I to tha IstSHSll ol lhc north Shuro u( Hnmml Inlet
t'xiiu.-ivi'iy.    Itconitiuiiaa ss sdnrtttir.g madtusi ol ssesptloaal mina lor
reaehini lu»thorough and affective maimer lha aopalstius of Norlh Vaiicuiiver
I'm*,uiai Diatrict.   I'.u'rj-efl'irt in miiile iiinin UilnTliseia lhe iimut Htllfaetor;
serviee
All cbaiigM
Idler this mn 1
lnlliallilll! Isslli
M iii ,'iiiiiriict ii'lvertiBenients slimilil he In the prints***1 liamlii nut
Mumhiy mul 5 |i.in. Weilnewlai lu ensure iiii-ertini) in lhe
MUSIC HATH CHARMS
Wi hai ni" ti in teat hi ra for the following instruments:
PIANOFORTE,   OKGAN,   VIOLIN,
VIOLINCELLO,   CORNET,   MANDOLIN
Ii rm of twelve lessons, $6.00
North Vancouver Piano Co. & School of Music
Address—443 Lonsdale Aii-nue Phone 114
NORTH   LONSDALE
li**tw*' ii i iiii .ni I 20th Stn' ti.
* *ia*' 6 in I i .■ monthi.
•33 fret on Car Lioe
Price > i sun.
Termi,
A i u.ii' several jo ft, lota just outaidi city boundarj at
a* h,   Snial ' .-ii |'ij nn nt and esaj ti im  on tbi ae,
D.L. 204
i   to v, ai, i Ii iiii     \\ a   Ln    ine oi two lols 1-lt al J425
I'.i ish; balance 6, 12 an.l 18 mouths.
(has. L Lawson i*. Co.
11.. i..ui-ii\
1 j Lonodsk Ave. Phone 70
'.   -   -IIH'I'I Iih
Real Eatsi   Spi
LYNN   VALLEY
1   Vcrei with 604 feet fronting on atreet cariine,
I ,ota v i and 1. HI'" i, *-. I' I    ■'       I 1
I' mi- (3,300 1 lib, bslSbCi 11. 1J .mil : - mouths.
MAY & BURNS
Real l.-ut.  nl Fiitai a ul \ ;i   1
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COll   l   OF CONSTRUCTION
tad    *   uanj more.     If you sre thinking ol building
-11 Ul in.l talk ths liuin r ovi 1
CAMPBELL 6 MILLER
305 Lonidale Ave. North Vancouver
PEABODY'S
RAIL ROAD
KING
PEABODYS'
mm,
OVERALLS
w.
1 * *  ..nij*   in.,mi:
il iln . .|.   nol n'i 1 * ipn ■
1 ■    I |*,nr
Vinl 1 * 1 "inu I
King
___ '&_\
+%9 $?
Fur  S iir |ty
CUMMING5
1 a   ■   a     ding,       I iiini-liii" Mi 11 -.   l.,i,ii.*
Iran's Hoot
NEXT TO IU1N81 Mb.AT MAKKKT
Niiriii Van 01 VIS,   li. C.
BUILDING ACTIVITY
tbe present season will,,without ilniilii, 1.11 exceed any previous Mai  in the history oi
Nm ill  l'uin.Oliver ill the iiupor-
Uiu   Hem   ol   building   opera.
Hon.-. The brisk movement In
teal estate winch recently developed has resulted nol only 111
extensive transfers ol loeal par-
eels ol properly, but it has al-
trueieil to ilns city ami dlstru,
the sttention of laige numbers
ul investors, many oj whom
have ni view iln purpose ol 11
labliahiug tlu-ir home upon in.
propertj parch sard. In mMi-
imu to tills North Vancouvei
has been so iluiriy iu lhc limelight became ol liberal advertising nl lm sdvsatafes irom
iii.in- sources, that l.ixyi- numbers oi those who reside in real
houses have become convinced oi ibe advaatagee oi   ilu-
Norlh Shnn, Innil ,1 iisnliiili.il
poinl ol vie*   wiih the  result
thai the demand (or bouses ave
ilaiiie ior tenancy is reported ,1
being l.n m excess ol Uu supply
One   ol   Ule   chid l.l.I.il>     :n
placing North Vancouver la  ■
pos-itioii 01 strong lav"' arith
tin public as a residential eea
uie ami a 1.nun which will as
BUR lhe permanency ol lh.it po
sllloii lo whuh she has attain
i.l  is the   positive  assinalice ",1
a greatly Improved ferry sei
ui., nuiiietli,iiily upon tin
completion ol lhc new stsamct
now umler construction,   Wluh
Ule enviable  advantages ol    the
local situ.iu.hi int residential
purposes have long beea recog
ni/,ed, any pronounced uiovi
iiunl upon lln pan ol btfge sn
lions <>i population m tins di
rectum has been Impeded n*
cause nl the l.ul lhat tin impression had lodged I'll llic mind
nl  lln   public  llial  the value   ol
those   recognised    advantages
w,is   111,11 led    lm ause ol     llieir
comparativi       inaccessibility
While ii  ma-   in* Indisputable
lhat sinii au Impression was due
in a misconception ol tin iacis,
it nevertheless lunallis that  its
eiieii was,to divert ilu- trend ol
population Irnin Nnrth Vancouver   U)   the niiincillute   suburbs
nt Vancouver. However iln en
Lcrprising  and energetic   policy
adopled    by    the Mtip.H .Is llll
Ider the guid.iiK( 01 the board ol
Idirectors,  with respect to  the
li 11 j   setviii  is i,i|ii.li\  dlsalills
nig the public miiid nl this   lu
gitive  prejudice igaiiul   North
Vancouver, and is replacing   1
wnh tin* realisation ol tin last
that   Ihls city   allil its environs
Ainu  JTH,  H)IO
journey  in  1 denial}   crowded
street   ear, through   barricaded
cily streets.
It is but the logical outcome
ol Influences such as these that
a pronounced Impetus should in*
given to building operations on
the north shore. A general idea
ol ihe extent ol theso operations may bs gathered liom a
sm mv ol the townsite Irolll the
lorry boats. New residences
singly and m groups ale seen
tO be spiTllglllg lip III .ill sn
tions ol lhe dty Irolll the point
oi vantage referred to while an
inspection oi those Kctioni
w liu li ate not visible Irom tire,
lim boat! uu.ils the i.ui that
l-iki conditions nl activity exist
evei 1 w here.     Notwithstanding
that such is the case ihose wlm
are iu posiliou lo know altirm
that scnre.s oi tannins whn wish
to reside m tins city are being
turned away constantly because
there   are   no   houses   available
for rental purposes.
Developments <<i ilns nature
wnh relerence to residences lead
to the anticipation ol renewed
aiticity iu ihe erection ol bind
IH ss  Mocks.    Ullllsl   Ills    Iiniii
lilt-Ill.   ian   siat 1 el)    be said   lo
havi sel  111 Willi greal  strength I
as vet,  theie   ale,  nevertln less,
gratilying  indications lhat  us
inception is Hear at hand, Sec
1 ral  business blncks ale llnw   ill
course ni construction m   lhe
iiti   ami   iroiii    Information
gleaned     through      lotiuTsing
wnh inureatod partica, it is
known ihat iu scveial Instances
property holders sn seriously
considering Um constructioa oi
such buildings in prominent i"
cations, llio indications sre
ihat the,inauguration oi au improved -.lass ol structure lor
iiusiiiiss purposes is al hand
1 Uns ire wall advanced Utt tin
. 111 tion oi a modern brick and
stone block at llic coi iur ol
I.ousdale    Avenue    and     1'iisi
street extending lor over one
hundred   (cat along    Lonsdale
avenue and l'irst street and like-
wisu tor a modern imik block
mi the Esplanade Mat.     The
school building which iiii Tins
in* Board have la contempts
Hull   at    Lonsdah    avenue   and
.-.-nd itreet is to be boilt ol
brick on solid stone Inundations
constituting 1 permanent school
stricture.   The advent ol build
ngs oi this naitiii m.iiks aii epoch in iiii insiorv oi building
operations al North v.mi* on mi
Tlu-le Is eVef)  1, nog to   Coll-
* bide that as lot  th, ilt\ all n.i
ni  sustained   activity has  b-»-n
entered upon mth reference 1-4
,,„u *■ m'aiun ",l WWi"»n -i iu
nail, ol the business centre ,.f V1W "' ,ll,s Ul ,l vv",,lli l""u
V.uiiouvcir   than do thom     ul*    '   Ul-V   mm'M   *fontn   II
urbs oi that un wiios, ,1, irs ■"■ lul'ans l0"1'1 * noini
bUity    as  ies.iiiiiti.,1  districts ***** slal*lslus »'»'>  '""
has  been   luiablnl  abroa.l  Upon   *<• lo  tmma   opelaliotis   lollld
the strength  ol inn  .1   small be rendered uvnllablt Tin mat
proportion  oi  the idvantagea   ,.,* „, \mL9s_\ buUding  penalti
which North Vani ouvei has lo u   1       1 , 1..
lia* Ih'1'11 dlseil.ssH'd several limes
oiler.     I'liillur than this,    th, ,
, ,      . , , b\   the lio.Hil of   aldiiiuili  ami
}>lll>llt.-.it large m.iv   be laid    la.    '
I.e awakening lo lh, l.„t .,,,, ' lure does Mot appeal to be 49)
a comfortable trip scroll tin reason why such a regulation
water  in   a  commodious    mid could not lie  provided   without
I wall appointed lerry bout is imposing uny Inconveolant to
infinitely lo be preferred from itrictloaa upon program la ihhi
considerations of enjoymeni snd meeajat, The time la aerkaaa
ami oi health  lo 1 protracted imt  ripa   lor lay .lag Iowa  tin
limits and restricting the nature of lhe structtiies to In- allowed in any portion of the
city but the preservation ol
data at the city hall with respect to the general nature and
the estimated cosl of all buildings    in     course    of    erection
throughout the city, would be
beneficial fnr several considerations without in anv respect obstructing the purposes of those
who intend erecting structures
of anv kind.
0. K. Woodyard
Co) 17th Sr. --iii Mouiiv Avu.
Belli »tm<i-»iiinl anv length.
Dmilile luml (full inn!) to IKI
ilelin-reil.    Ainu Keiieriil con-
trading, steering, axeavattng,
Krailine', etc.
F. B. DAY
Phoae 91.
Tht   Shtrwin-Williamt   Paintt   Cottr   thi    Earth
m *** ^ in $ m
Stands Extremes of Heat and Cold
RUBEROID is used on houses and barn* at points
1,000 miles north of Edmonton, Alberta—and the
extreme cold has no effect on it.
Rl'BEROin is used on buildings in the West Indies,
South America and the Orient,—where thc thermometer registers from oo to 100 degrees for months
—and the extreme heat has no effect on it.
Could you ask for a p*or*i aa'isfactorv roofing for vour
bouse and barn f
Sole Agents for
North Vancouver
Paine  ®. McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
Thi   Shirain-Williamt   Paintt    Cotir   thi    Earth
- - - 	
Lonsdale Avenue
two foiiMiininP'1 modern homei on double lot; Fenced and
improved. Prion onlv |4200. TVrmi to Miit* Tliis is
really ■ genuine bargain.
Close in Property
on Lonsdale Esplanade. Kirst, Second and Third 8treeti*.
We speciali/.o in close in property and if vou wiih t«
buv or sell thi* claea ol property, il trill pay ymi to call,
write or phone to 11*.
ELDER MURRAY CO.
Nortli Vim-tuner
Hli'IK HU V-Ull'CIITTI
ttilitf HotnBr.ui. t" •$' p tn    Opra Kve&itw bji ippdnlMtl
Altrr nllii't' honn, plume* |,l I:'
PALACE
HOTEL
ll' I I I ■
11 iiii   |>i 1     iiiii   up,
Spi' i-i Lin a to l^in
.In *. niid  to i. gulsi  I
1* iardi 1 * Rt'lll
'■pny\.
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REDA & ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Sf.com. Sikii.i.   •       *   *   NOKTH   VANCOUVER, B. C.
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SELLS DRUGS A.M) MEDICINE1
AT  VANCOUVER   PUCES   . ■ ■
TRADE AT HOME
67/7i VS A TRIAL ON YOUR
NEXT ORDER I'HOXE 2g
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We have a House and Lot on 17 th Street.   A Good Buy.
We have a cleared Lot on 4th Street for $3100, Good Terms.
We have some good buys in 273.
We have Lots in all parts of the City.
BIS5ELL, BROWN & SNYDER
64 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
MAIN   OFFICE:—264 Hastings St. E., near Empress  Theatre
COST OF CONCRETE BUILD-
INGS
lu   spe.ikill}-   ol   llie    eosl   ol
buildingi cotutructed ol reinfoi
ei-d concrete,  which is becoming a common construction mi
terul in the west .mil in Norih
North Vancouver at the present
uini' when tin- Norih \ „uinu
vei City l-nrriis I,id. have sdopted it Inr their new v,h,iil nu
Uwadak Ave., J. P. II. l'l-in
ni Me* Vork eity presented Un
Inllnvnij; view.**. ,il ,i reinlit con-
Volition held in llial ciiy ;
"Keinloried concrete will pn-
train mn Irom ,s lo 15 pe( cent,
higher in lirst coat than lirsl
1 lass 'null enllstriullon," .unl
will be llolli In tn :<> pel Celll.
lowei   than   steel   iniistrinlii'ii
u.iti'iprnoled.    a  largi ".in
house in Brooklyn was begun in
Ua). 1908a  At thai time nm
roastructioa wnrk  eras scarce
and all mull ICtoTI bgUTcd Ver)
closely,    ihe   HMccaatal   rim*
lotted coacrctc li^'irc v\ as ,\lii,-
(khi lower lhan Uie best bid nil
the same plana ia bre-prooltd
structural steeL A large lac-
t*or) in Philadelphia was de-
sigiisd in stsel,   The architects
considered an .ilurnativc m n-
inluici-il    Concrete   and      saved
>i,i'.ainn    A    laige   publishing
house and  hilt  building  was r,
untie completed la Springtield,
Mass.,    ol    lellllnri-ed    GOBCtttO
throughoat, thereby nving
X", over tin  probabli uw
in itaiL    These lline insi.uiu
represeat nepectively savings of
I.',  .>.-, and  In pel  cent.  Ill colli
petition with mill construction
Un- percentage depends almost
entirely on the alas ol the building.
For structures  lostin--  >|n,
nun   and   less,   the   luiik    ami
wood   construction   will   run
•iiunii 15 per cent, less lhan concrete.      On    larger    buildings,
however, coin 1 etc gits cloan ta
the cost ot ihe mill construction, Thn designers ol a mii
large   hardware   building    in
Minneapolis wile surprised In
Imd concrete ligures slightly under those of mill construction.
A similar case incurred in Toledo, Ohio.  Both ol tbeee pro
posilioiis exceeded 9150,000 in
value.
In considering llu- costs ol
(lillerciit types ol construction
the initial cosl should nol lithe only criterion. There an |
certain lixed charges which i-n
ter into the relative value ol all
buildings. These may be brief
h summarized as follows In
surance, maintenance, depreciation, amount of light available,
liccdom from vibration, dimm
nluiii ol vermin and the assm
ance that a lire cannot destroy
the building, lt is diflicult to
put an exact monetary value
upon these dillc-rent items. Bach
plant manager would have hia
own views and local conditions
would alter materially any as
sumptions,     11,   however,    due
consideration bo given to tin
saving which can bc obtained on
each of these items by the use
ol reinforced concrete building,
it will gnerally be found that
even though the concrete structure cost complete io per cent.
inure than the null construction, there will bc a saving annually of from iji to 2 per cent.
A NEW MACHINE FOR
PRESSED BRICK
A brickmaking machine,
winch, it is expected, wilj revo-
lutioiii/.e tbe iuauul.iltuie ol
pnaaad brick, has been invented
by Charles Pratt, a contra, im
and practical brick mason ol
Dresden, Tenn. The feature of
novelty is said to be found in
the lact that it makes hard-
pressed brick from dry dill
without lhe use ol water in
mixing. Thc dirt, which is led
into the machine without treat
meiit or the addition of sand is
ground lo a dust and conveyed
lo the molds, where the brnk
ire lormed by hydraulic pressure. The brick are, than taken
liom the machine to thc kiln
and the result is said to Ik- a
brick which is not absorbent after lieing placed m the wall.
APPOINTMENT
The appointment has been
made at Victoria ol Mr. Win.
Rae ol Vancouver as inspector
of tramways for British Columbia.   The iuffpectorship ol legal
ST.   ANDREW'S AND CALEDONIAN   SOCIETY DANCE
The Scotchmen's dance given
under the auspices ol the St.
Andrew's and Caledonia Society in the Horticultural hall last
Friday evening, April 1st,
marked another successlul social evening to thc. credit ol the
clansmen. ''Come in odd dress,
evening or fancy dress" were
the stipulations laid down in
the invitation and consequent!)
the array ol tancy and picturesque costumes to be seen was ol
a highly pleasing nature.
Amongst the most noticeable
were the two little girls in liluc,
Mrs. Templar and Mrs. Bums,
the Misses lsdale of Vancouver
in boy and girl attire, Hiss
Maggie Smith representing an
Irish peasant, Mrs. Simpson a
Swiss girl, Miss Smith, Japanese girl, Miss Smiling Inn \ ,,
w iisliwoiunn. Miss Aggie Smith
a Turkish girl, Miss Robinson,
Irish dancing girl, Miss McLaren nurse, Mr Robt. Smith the
Merry Widow, Mr. Ken. Donaldson Cowboy, and a nuinl,.r
ol other unique costume.; of
dtficrent characters.
A very appetizing lunch wa.,
passed around about I I.JO and
lollowing a pleasing half hour
passed in this manner dancing
was resumed until an call,
hour.
Much praise was venled to
waids both the ladies anil the
St. Andrew's committee ior the
excellent program which ihev
had provided.
B. C. Gazette
The current issue ol the Brit
ish Columbia Ga/.ette  contains
the following appointments:
Wm. Graham of Sloan, Coun-
tv of Vancouver, to be a .Ttis-
ofliccs has heen given to Mr. J, Itice ol lhe Peace in and lor the
P. MeLeod. I province of British Columbia.
ALEXANDER SMITH 6 CO.
sopin uncoi>ii*
LONSDALE AVENUE ESPLANADE
FIRST STREI I BOULEVIRD
ANH 1>. L 265
\V.   hive exclusive sale of the besl pr'pciti's in lie
above    Call and iiuiiiire.
ALEXANDER SMiTH & CO.
II  Lonsdale Avenue
Phonea- Offioc U      Home 22      I'.n. Mux .mi
W-H-H-H-H'i*'M-l-HW
ii THE CANADIAN FINANCIERS, Limited. -
Real Estate.     Loans.      Fire Insurance. i
We wiih to announce to all onr eKenta and to tba peoplo ol Kortli Vancou-   1
<•   ver, iln- opening of n Branch Offloa it ll Lonadala Ave.
If yon haven't already given ns a listing oi your prop) rty drop into the oilier-   ',',
r phone 218 and one of onr representatives will be pleased tu call up«n vnn
The high stand in1,' and tlm extended connection, enjoved In tin- company, ill   Ii
',',    financial nnd investment circles, throughout  llritisli < -ilnmliia and  beyond,    ',',
]!   places oe in position to offer exceptional advantages to property uwijers, who
+    list their holding! with HI.
We will in the future as in the past.endeavor t<>attend to all matters of lm-i     jj
J!    ness, entrusted to IM, with promptness end dilpltch
The Canadian Financiers, Limited,
14 Lonsdale Ave.     Phone 815
R. L. THOMPSON.
Hi-.nl Ollice, 632 Granville St.,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
•i-t-H-i
Local Manager,    i [
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Reginald C. S. Kandall ej|^»
BaikerviUe, mining recorder, to
he sttiaa government agent lor
lha Cariboo district, during the
abstuin ol G. J. Walk*, Got-
'■-:;.nut Agist.
D.uuel J. Callanan, to be a
from the ist day of April, 1910.
in: 1111111 Agent at Barkerville
from ths 1st day of April, |<*i,
Charles A. Pope to be a clerk
in the oflice of the govern-
niiiu agent at Vernon from the
isi d.iy of April, 1910,
Harold Nation of Victoria to
be a clerk in the olbce of the
provincial mineralogist from
the 1st day of April, 1910.
An Imperial proclamation,
Mgmd by Lord Crewe, secretary
ol the Colonies, is published announcing that His Majesty Kin-j
Hihiard has decided to gram
medals to ollicers of police forces and tire brigades lor acts of
worth in connection with th*.v*
two institutions. Following is
a list of the reqiiiri'Uielits lo
be tilled whereby the medals can
lie secured ;
(a) Conspicuous gallantry in
saving lile and property,  or  iu
preventing crime or aneauag
criminals; the risks incurred to
be estimated with due regard to
thc obligations and duties of
lhc olhcer concerned.
(b) A specially distinguished
record in administrative or detective service.
(c) Success in organising police forces or fire brigades or departments, or in maintaining
their organisation under special
dilliculties.
(d) Special services in dealing with serious or widespread
outbreaks of crime or public
disorder, or ol fixe.
le) Valuable political or se-
irei services.
tf) Special services to Royalty and heads of states
igi Prolonged service; bui
only when distinguished by very
exceptional ability and merit.
|. It will be "observed that
the number of medals to bc
awarded lor service in His Majesty's Dominions beyond the
si as is nol to exceed thirty in
any one year.
5. There will be as annual
award of this medal and any
recommendations which your
ministers may wish to make
should reach headquarters by
the 10th ol September in each
year.
6. It is essential that every
recommendation should specify
the particular act oi gallantry
or special service, or record of
service, in respect of which the
candidate is recommended. Sullicient details should be given
to enable a judgment of the case
to be formed in comparison
with others and it should be
borne in mind that mere long
service in itself gives no claim
to the medal.
The lollowing notices appear
lor applications for water records : R. t, V. Newton, lor
record on Chilcohin river; Peter Wallace, for record on Newcombe Harbor, Pitt Island ;
Uist Coast Power Co., for record on Nitinat river, and for
another record on Gordon river.
Nolice is published ol thc
court of revision on the assessment roll lor 1910 lor Prince
kupert which will be held on
April 20th.
New school districts have
been created at Prince Rupsrt
and Corbin.
A Dominion order-in-council
is published reserving for 'Ait
uses al the Vancouver Power
Company and ior the protection of the New Westminster
water supply lands surrounding
Coquillam Uike.
The following have  assigned
I    It, Feng, known as  W.   I..
1-ong & Company,  dry   goods
merchants, Nanaimo.
Certilicates   of  incorporation
have been granted as  I0U0WI
G. E. Gibson Company, cap:'. J
$50,000, in shares of $100.
Hritish Columbia Paralme Oil
Company, capital 1350,000, in
shares of Jj.
Z. Ba Btunham and .'(hn  II
Tarrant of Vancouver,   have entered into partnership tn carrv 1
on  a bnsines>s to be known   III
"The Bnmhftin Hardware Con
pany."
The following gentlemen hi
been elected Benchers nf tin Ll'
Society ol Hritish Columbia loi
tbc ensuing year :   B. P. Dl
Baq.,  K.C.;  E.  V.  ft
8aq.j K.C. ;R. s, Lenin'  1 *-,
Sir Charles Hibbert Tapper, K
C ; I. G. Mcl'hillips, Esq., K
C j C. E. Pooii'v, Bm., K.C.
H. Dallss Hulmclttn, Bsq.,  K
C . J. H. Siukler, Esq. KC
and G. E. Corbould, Esq , K.C
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Phone 80 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
arc requested i" call and list with us
FOR QUICK SALE
We hsv' bni i rs ami il tin termi arc suitable, wc i .111 died
iln sale quickly
Muqbes & Phillipo
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mi n iij
'Innn  1 *>-.    P.O, Box 75
70 Lonsdale Ave.
JAPANESE TEA GARDENS
OPBN
Tin- formal opening ol the
.l.ipain.st Tea Gardens in North
\ sneouvet took place on Saint-
day lasl in the oriental lea
house, jist street,
1 Ilea win- puU'M lo wiilkrs
the ui(iiioiiv, upon the nil*nation nl M'(. a-.aiiin.igl, llie luas
i,t oi tin occasion, a nni-ibe,
iii the prominent iiguns in public .111.111 s in the ciiy including
1 an 11 wives. Among ihose who
attended were Mis. \,.,\. «in
mst ayor siay. Alderman and
.uis. 11 wm, Alderman and Mrs.
Schult/,, Alderman and Mrs.
Fowler, Mis. A Davies and 1-.
C, Jones.
-seats Miii provided ior ilu
guests in iln laige tea hoiwe
and He\ Kaburagi addressed
his Iriends along iln Inns ol
Oriental advancement in artia
in workmanship, pariicularl}
intimating at ihe same inc.
the ininili, 1 ol alii.osi incredible
'la slgllS    « l"llglll    III     iTall'.C  tads
in ihe hands "I si.111 '..inin-
esc workmen la the »*i \ hu'lii
mg in which they were se -ted
lie also  expressed   ,,.
that Un Iriemlship ol lhe J
snese nation ami ilu- Canadian
nouid In* nmic i lonely cement' i
together  and  trusted that
call)    the   Japanese   Gardens
wi iiiid  receive  the  inpport  m
their   Canadian   and   English
iriends.   His remarks were concluded with .1 displav "i Bevel
al specimens "i Japaneac handiwork.
Aldermen  SchulU  and Irwin
replied in .1 iitimg manna  la
ilu 11 marks ol Rev, Kabaguri,
spn-ssing iheii pleaauri at hi
mg privileged io be present and
"imiieiiiiiig in favorable terms
ai the vi oinlinul progress  tend
iuccess  the Tea Gardens  Coin
Min  bad made in hca ing out
il tin   virgin forest such a pii
iinisi|uc and .niii.ir.ible grounds
ind 1.r.i uiai architecture.
Refreshments wen saved and
m. 1 w.iiiU the   audience   was
.iM.Iial l'i   a seleilioll (ill a    p,
iiii.nl\ and "ddl\ shaped stun
fed instrument b) a young Jap
IIUS,  .      .| I   a  I   l|a    |* i)|
be grounds v as taki ti and an
nsigln g.iii'iii iii iiii wonderful
1u1h.1i1n.il ini-tinct "i tins 1 ace
.1 peopli ■   A * ordi.il leavi lak
ng .nul an inv itatiou i" return
(gain   inlla I'lala a!   I |||-   llllll 11< Ills ' >l
Iii day.
CONSERVATION MOVEMENT
Tin- March number ol the 1!.
C. Mining Exchange and Kngin*
eering News makes the following pertinent observations sith
n hli lice to lhe ccllseivalii a ■ I
natural resources:
There \\ as a discussion in   lllc
iiaaiisc ot Commons tlu otltei
da)     over    a    ceitai i    iu-
a good deal was said about tile
tier-power and a good deal
was said about the nn-
essiu ol conserving Uns foi
the people, says tb Victoria
"Colonist," ol tin- -ah mst., in
,i timely editorial oa Uns much-
discussed and much-abused question, which has already latho
into the unclean hands oi the
\otcrliuntei and demagogue as I
convenient war-crj against i lu
privati enterprise and personal
industry whuh militate
irongK against the graft
iln professional reformer.
are   not   quit!   sure,
oui    contemporary,
by     this.
goo,
VALLEY VIEW
FROMfME ROAD, LYNN VALLEY
Sale of Re-subdivision o( Blocks 6, 7,8,9 and 10, D.L. 2003
MUNICIPALITY NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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continues
what      i.s
meant by tins. 'I hen is,
indeed, a good deal ol loose
talk ,iiuiiii the conservation ol
natural resources, A water-po-
wcr is uot conserved bj bung
allowed lo run down lo lhe sea
lorever. li ma} be pretty lo
look at, bm ii is iii no public or
pru.iu- service unless u is hai
Hissed and put  io work.      Vet
as sm.n ,,s u is proposed to do
ilns tlu cry is raised that the
power ought io Ih- conserved kn
Un* use oi the people We know
nothing "I the merits ol tin
case discussed in Parliament,
and are speaking without reUi
c-iu-i in a. whai has occurred
rn that i.isc uia\ easily occur ]
.my day ia British I olumbia.
Somi mu- may want lo harness
a water-power and there is almost certain i" go up i cry
against  it ou tin- ground that a
publii militv is In'i   converted
lo a pn\ ale use.    Wi hear mt
iiism    ol    lliis   kind    againsl
everything   relating ii   publii
propert)     We an strongly   if
lavor "i tha polk) "i conserve
tion, but as man) people advo-
ate ii, stagnation would In thi
result.    \\ hat  is in i'lul   in   ll.e
public intereal is the conaervs
tm* utilisation ol natural resources and the protection ol
public intereal m i.n as u is
possible in nn "i the tact that
n is only by private enterpris-
lhat   ihese   nsouiiis  can i.i
iiminl to public .nli,un a.■'
Siiiu.n Pierre, the will known
/nn shingle nails arc the lal-
si ns,* to whuh iiiii.illu   rim  ,,„•,_,     inlerpretel    ,,(
as been put, lbi nails lieing tlu  Hammoiul, B. C, has removed
io  Uu   Capilano district.   Sl
(ii.'liut .a oin ol the /im stud
us    updating    111    the    Illinois
welting field,  says   lhe   Imi
'iieiii Bulletin.   The  nails
|in    ml    and    arc   solid   /nn
iliuli is  quite  i  contrast   lu
In   < ,i di u.ii \   galvanized   nails
11lin.i have '-dii "ii tin   markii
oi a long iimi
Tlnn nails Itt iii'lesliiulllili
is lal as lusting onl Is iniiu in
■il. aiul a rod put oil Willi tin in
(ill lasl loli ia I   il  11  Is in.uh  Up
a /im  shingles or slats unless
Iii   house should be licstn
,i li-,    Wi alhei will nol cflecl
lu- uaiK in iiii least as Iai   u
MiMisiifli is concerned, and  the
inly weal upon thi nail  comes
n   tin   i nulla, lion   .nul ' ■
ai accompanying changes in
ctnperaturc    Thii  makes  per-
I   ,,,,ni\' ol roofi h   ia,.iih |.ii
|,i i   is i an In* impel led,
lusrd oi  l rade
moil I'n in was the onlv nnu.
ber ol lhe pal I \ ol chiels who
held the laiii'iiis inlet mi w  with
King l-alwaid    lie wa*, present
at the late duel's funeral   Si
mon is highli  cultured lm
Indian ,old has taken i" mw *
pap< i corresponding since coin
mg io Norlh Vatttouvi i
IU reports "tkat man) beal
have l,ii*ii shot b) Uu Indian
in West   Capilano; that   Mi
Malum s iiiagniliunl  loj!    man
' loll wesl nl the Capilano hridgl
oii Keith road and lacing s mil'
is just beginning lo look like I
mansion,  and thai  ni.un    i.mi'
wealthy   people  an goiug   li
build lovel)   maniioni In tub
distriit in the ileal  future     IK
.slates  that   Chiel  Mathias m<
lonns hnn that all iln   b
on    Ule    I'.u il,(   i ".1 -I    il*   ill -II
.mis nt «..iiiiilniiiiig towai
immense marble vault   »hivh
ihe mw chid is going i i
lor in * i.iii [nther."
North   Vsncouver   Board   ol
Trade mead the third Tuesday
,1 i,  h month, st a o'clock p.
■    a,,   I,,   Hoard room, City I CONTRACTOR AND fill DKI
iall    ExecuUvi meeti tha firit ,,lan)) Spccifltations. i
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This is the beaut) ipot oi
I,inn Vallev. li is neareal the
city. Cars will be running on
or about the lit ol May, within \ minutes ol propertv. li ei
tends (rom Keeve McN.night's
residuicc   on   the   west end, to
Mr. Cross's property and red
delicc Oll the Froinnie Road and
command! a panoramic   viea
into and across the vallcv* Water is laid on pennnnctith light
through Ironi east to w,st Telephone and eleitrie light directly the car line is completed ami
ii is proposed to erect the new
municipal hall within two and
a hall blocks, at the junction "i
I.vim Valley Koad and Frommc
Koad.
Terms One-third Cash, balance 6 and 12 months at 7 per cent.
Prices will advance directly cars run. As an inducement we will deduct 5 per
cent, off for cash.
Lot Xo. Hlock A
1  J-!'"'
2    4'»o
3   4""
4   4"°
5   4'*'
6   4""
7   4'"1
8   400
1   4""
10   400
'   11   400
I   12'    JOO
1    U*   900
I   1 I   400
is  400
lh   400
17   400
18   400
l'i   400
20     |00
Jl     IOO
22   400
2,1  400
24   400
Lot No. illock n
1   2SO
2   2,S0
3 ••-.  35"
4   )9°
3  330
fi    3JO
7   350
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10   <s"
I    II . ,.,    Vs"
I   12' .   400
PRICE   LIST
l.ol No. Block B  iion'. .
I   l.l* . 400
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17 	
18 	
19   w>
20 	
21 	
2J    330
23   »J0
24  300
Lot No. Block C
1  |I90
2    2.V
3   <5"
4  -  *5"
5  -	
IS  W-
7  -  330
8	
9  -  190
10  35"
1  11  -  35o
I  12*  _  400
I   M*  _  400
'   U  -  350
18  - 3*>
16  -  35"
'7  -  35"
"»  -  35"
19  35"
20  „   IS"
21    Is"
22    IV
23  -  35"
24  ,...,
Lot No Block D
1     ?45°
2      45"
3     45°
4     45°
5     450
6     450
7 ..••  45"
8  45°
9      450
10      450
1  11      45°
I  12*    500
I  IJ*    600
I  14      55°
15     -  550
16    -  550
17      550
18    _.„  55"
19      550
20      550
21  55°
22    m  55°
23     -- 550
24 ...~ -- 550
Note-All lots in brackets to
be sold together.
Corner Lots.
This list is subject to confirmation by me, previous sale,
change in price or withdrawal
without notice.
H. A. SHAW, Corner 2nd Street and Lonsdale Ave.,
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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Safety       Income      Profit
Call and see our Large and Exclusive List
Correspondence Solicited
North Vancouvei!
Close-in City Lots at Less Than Acreage Prices
An estate consisting of 73  Lots
Centrally located in the City of North ancouver.   Some of the streets are already opened.
Close to electric car line and waterfront.
PRICE,  $400 PER LOT AND UP
Terms:   One-Fourth Cash,   Balance 6,   12 and  18 months.       Prices will be advanced on or before April   15th  next.
Nearby lots in  DISTRICT LOT 265  now saleable at $1000 to $2500 each
Maps and particulars on application
IRWIN &. BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD
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Registration of North Vancouver Properties
A review "I the regiatraUona ol North Vancouver properties from tin* Vaacoavei Land  Registry office discloses ihe following tr.nistcrs lor week ending March mth, 1910:
who obtained thc appointment
was given oul. Captain Bachelor's name was recommended
for the position bv the North
Vancouver Hoard ol Trade some
months ago.
Vendor
Purchaser
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Geo.  A.   ItcBaia    Christina   Shaw   ,.., M*i
Kobt   l.v iiliunur    Koss Peers ct all •': I
C. A. Holland    lohn .1. Mcltain  541
C. A. Holland    lohn   .1.   McBain    S||
C. A. Holland    lohn   .1.   McBain    >|)
Pun  Ward    Ilaus Von   Gram-nil/    ,s|H
Duncan   McC.illaii    Francis   P.   Dovvncs    ,v(S
11 v.. Laagia lohn G. KaUey      550
Ida Sheargreen  Sidney P. Way        kh
1.\<li,1 U, Stivea Uelindi .1.  Reynoldi  m.i
K. II. Wieae  lack A. Locke' :;i
N..ith \'.uiiouver Land Annie K.  lleatoii     .S.S"
K. II. Carson  Claud 1). Griffin    hoh
Property Priu
Lots h and 7, h-7    S 2,000
Lot I-lhX   7,500
Lots 15 to iK—2n2   (xhi
Lots 1 to 5—30oA   S.S"
Lols lo and  II—III  t>    \*fl
Luts   iX and 14-62   1,700
Lol .t-i-h     .US
Luts 1 and i—105   1,600
Lots 1 to 6—44   1,i.S"
I."is i" and 11—24  I.J75
Lot h-128   1,500
Lots s and 6—13  I,Soo
Lot g—10     1,4""
AN ANECDOTE
"An anecdote," said Johnny,
111 reply to the tculur's -per
lion, "is a tale," and Willie,
giving an example, startled his
Vompqniotll as well as the
teacher, by explaining that "hi'
saw a dog going down the
slieel with a tin can tied lo his
anecdote."
PUZZLE
K   P. CASTLK HALL
Tin* local brethren Ktnglus ni
Pythian, expect tn celebrate the
corner strini- laying ol their new
lull 111 May ol this yeai during
lhe lime the grand lodge is in
convention in Vancouver. Preliminary  plans have  been  pre**
[.mil and practically approved
lm ihe new edifice and Irolll a
summary examination ol lluse
the least that can be said of the
nne building is that it will not
onlv be a credit to lhe local order, but to thi« 1 ilv as well Innn
ils outside appearance and the
Commodity and up-to-dateness
ol ils interior.
The   building   will    be    two
siorics, the principal feature "I
tin 111.1111 or ground lloor being
lhe large 31SX.S0 assembly hall
whuh is estimated to .iccom-
modata any gathering foresee!
111   this city lor some linu   to
COUie. The lloor will be cspccl-
all* adapted lo the fight
fantastic and additional accommodations in lhe wav ol   alitc-
1 minis mil lie adjacent  to lhc
iiuiiii   liall.     The   scuiliil    limit'
will  eoiilain   two   Inline rooms
i.sxis and 43x56 with the 1
sa>\   paraphernalia   rooma in
connection. An entrance will be
had  lruin  Chcstcrlu'ld  Ave    di-
intK tn tin inui garden**ahuli
will In- equipped in the lateil
(gabion and  will command  an
unsurpassed hirdscyc view "I
tne citv. The cost "I tin new
hall is estimated at 133,000,
PILOT APPOINTED
The  name ol Capt. Bachelor
"I the Caliiosuti .md a resident
of NorUi Vaacoavei has been
prominently mentioned m shipping circles as the next ip
pollltee nil tin pilot stall for
the port id Vaiicuiiver. Al .1
meeting held ill the oflice ol C.
Gardner fohnaoa recently the
appointment of another pilot
was decided upon, bnt as the
position will not he open until
.lull   isi, no information as t"
What is the dilk-relice between
.1 sentence and a cat ? One has
iis pause at the end of its
its clause ; the other, ils claws
al lhe end ol its paws
Double Cornel
View and Mad
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100 It x 1.(s 'I
fc45 — $475 eaah
Double Corinr
Dowser ft Hope Ki
22, 23-10-7154
f-(5xi22 It.
$1,1-00—$500 cash.
Bressey
Peers & Boult
Double Corner
Moody aud Nth
1, 2-104-550
10(1X1,(a'
Jj.jy—I'a-S0 caah
REAL ESIAIt
liisurrini ft
Salary Public
Phone
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Double Comer
17th and Stephen
I, 2-n
140x157 It.
fl*67}—J130 caah
Hal monthly
K< 1;
Fresh
Groceries
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HICKMAN'S
Mil   QUALITY STOKl
Have you looked  up OUI
l 11 sh lli at it partment, i<"'
|uality ami priir in*  lannol
In  In at. 11
Why qo  down the hill
tehee m 1 aa Mpply
all your wants
C. R. HICKMAN
Groceries and Meats
Phone i"
111 Lonsdale Avenue
■odera inelhods ol construction combining
Artktk decorative features with low cost
Pesult in homelike co/.y residences
Jhal make the standard of quality
jn the houses that wc build.
Mothing is omitted.   Our plans
§lww everything necessary for lhc completion
Ql the store, residence, etc., that we build.
None of the objectionable extras, and
THE
people for whott we ha\e built in North Vancouver show their appreciation bv advising the intending home
BUILDFR
to coin, .uul sic us. Don't accept the statement of
anothei ihat they ran give vou thc same results, if
you want the best consult
MATT. R. MARTINSON
CONTRACTOR
Home Block, Lon»ilale Ave.       Phone 173      P 0. Box 72
Two Good Buys
CENTRE ROAD AND 22nd ST.-18 lots, level.
near car, partially cleared, with good two-room house,  (ruit,
berries, etc.   Streets opened.   Price $3150.   Terms to suit.
EIGHTH STREET NEAR LONSDALE-Choice
buBBMN lot; stores on both sides.    Price $1250; hall cash.
Tbacker, Thornton Co.
i 44 2nd Street Ea-l
Telepho
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Advertise in the Express
If you wish to sell your real estate. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
The Wedding Ring
With lhe 'centuries has come to us from times lar retro-
sped the custom o( using the wedding ring, which is a
svmliol ot fidelity, love, unity.
I here are manv styles o( wedding rings, hut BIRKS
design, which conbines the prevailing (eatun I oi the English
and Amcricanrings, is certainly the acme ol perfection,
I Ik-si- rings, nade ol solid 18 karat gold, are stamped on
the inside with the name "Birks" which is a guarantee of
genuine worth.
\\ c can furnish these rings in any size and weight at
pricei i.uiging Irom m dollars up. Every accomodation
will In tendered you hy our people.
Henry Birks & Sons, Limited
D.anumd Merchants and Jewelers
Cico. Ea I rorey. Man. Dii. Haslings and Granville
HOCKEY
1U ,i i„ •, md clean game tho
'Vancouver hockey team defeated the Garrison at Victoria lasl
Saturday *md thus won the
| Prior cup and the champion*
| ship oi Britiih Columbia, ihe
'score being I g01>ls to 3. The
final standing oi the dubs of
this season's league was as lul
lows:
Won Lost Din. l'ts.
Vancouvei      -     I     I     7
Garrison    -     I     1     5
N,   Vail"'iiier  1113
I Victoria  I       2       I       J
AN INQUIRY
It   uas  raining   outside, ami
little interrogative Irnta wu
in one ol her worst, or at least
most trving moods. Father,
busily -iriti-ng at his disk, had
I already reproved her sevnal
times   (or bothering him   with
useless questions. "1 sa\, pa,
a what " "Ask vour Mother."
"Honest, pa, this isn't | silly
nne this time." "All right,
this (nice. What is it .'" "Well,
il the end "I the world was lo
a'nm* while a man was up hi au
airship, where would lu* laid
when he came down ?"
Our 50ft. Lots
In D.L 2008 IN cheaper than Lynn Valley Acreage.    Only
$130 each
t'asli |S5tud $10 monthly
Martinson & Co.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
SORTH VANCOUVER, B.C,
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NORTH   VANCOUVER
^ Choice residential property fronting on the
Grand Boulevard and in adjoining blocks. No
lots less than 50 feet frontage.    All cleared.
Business propertv and acreage.    For plans,
prices and particulars, apply to
MAHON, McFARLAND & PROCTER
LTD.
Cor. Seymour and Pender Streets
Telephone 6286. Vancouver, B. C.
CITV COUNCII
(Continued Ironi page 11
work to be done on lhe  city's
initiative.
On niotiiiii nl  Alderman   AK-
Ni-ish,   lllc. clerk was instructed
to lorwanl inlonnation regard
ing thc accident to Mr. Tanner.
a city employee, t" the  Bui
plovers Liability Insurance Co.
Relative to ine appointment
of a cily solociior Alderman
l'li-ilcr uioMsl that .Mr. Harper
ol Vancouver be given the ap
poinOlient at llu- same rei.unci
Tenders for Clearing
TKNDKKS will-lv received In
lhe undersiM|iul up to j "'duck
p.m., mi Monday, i nh April,
1410, lor thi*, clearing and grading ol a j 1 toot roadway oa
i.sth   streei   iroiii   Sutherland
Ave. to killus An Spcilhia-
tinns and lorm of tender mav
be obtained al the "Hue ol the
iitv    engineer      The   lowest    "I
anj    lender not  licicssaril-    .„
cepted.
THOMAS SHKI'IIKI-al),
Citv Chrk.
as   was given   lo lhe   previous
occupant "I that office. Alderman Fowler slated llial he was
not peraonally acquainted with
Um gentleman but  undeiatood
that he was a good man and l-c-
ing young was anxious lo It
quaint liiinsell with municipal
law and would, therefore, Inutile U>0 pleased In give lllc
i He's   lius-mess   ,1 good part ot
his attention. Alderman McKae seconded lllc llliilloll. Aldermen Smith and Irwin moved
an amendment that application! be cnlled in be In by April the 18th. The amendment
carried bv ■ rote ol i lo >.
A bylaw to establish a pel
inaiielil grade 011 the K.spl.iuadc
was introduced, read a third
lime and passed and will come
up tor iin.il paaaage at next
meeting.
The council then adjourned intu the committee oi tlu- whole.
IN COMMITTl-l'; Ol
WHOLE
111-.
Alderman McRae introduced
.1 bylaw regulating laundries.
ll   was   referred   to the   health
committee,
A nolice "I iiuitiiin w as given
tO introduce a scheme lor the
clearing aiiil boulevarding ol all
streets, Irolll the watc-rlrolit up
as lar as practicable this season, two blocks on each side, ol
I.ousdale Ave.
lt was resolved to proceed on
the COUncil'l initiative lo deal
and grade I.ousdale Ave. (rom
u.l street to l.Uh street and
irolll llth street to the city limits under local improvement.
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om iiusitiass is now practically on a cash be
sis This enables us to give our automata the
same Ugh dass goods we have alwavs bandit (I
al very lunch better prices than call bc obtained
limn sums doing a credit trade.
Trv an order and compare qualilv and price,
j. A. & fi. McMillan
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2339 Westminster Avenue Va
ancouver
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Front st., i.ui it, ji. i,. |hn, si/.,* ijotijn ice-..
I'liie, (1750-Caah ',*, bal. b and  IJ.
I."Is i-a, 1 1 and 15, block w, I). 1,. p.',, ', ulna,
lacing Keilh Koad. Price, fl,J|uu cash ,
bal,mn eaay.
iiih Sunt .unl si. George Street, ith lol Irom tl.,-
Ave.,  1).   1,.   -,|'i,  si/e   14X150 leel.   price }'•■ a*
all cash.
Lots  j i„ 10 imludrd, all cleared and high, ,nii;;
bit, pine >a,;s   > ash Sl'v. bid* h and I] III".
1 Uli .md  lluni   ,\u„ I,,t,  1  ud  J, block ,-,. 1).  I,
I53i si/e  \i 17 tui, puce each Si*',**
ffjtp, bal. I.,  1: aiid 18 months.
1."i .">, block 17, l) i„ jjj, -da 5,1x1.-,,, price >■,;-.
wish ,«.-,„,, bal 1 6, 1.' and is months.
l."i .'7, block S51, si/e ;;\i.'a,. innil S|S", caah I -.
bal., e.isl.   H* I..1 ,,
'■' ' s* block B, I)   I,   I ii,, si/i   I ||M 17 leel. null '..
kllallll    ''a   miM
''■   ': "i lot* 1   i", i!   .ml |] j„ n. i, ol 11, I). I,.
each 6611      ,,t, <ss" Uh whole lot,
( *l''ll   ',,   Il.li,Uli.   i-.isi,
"9 aerea, :, "I v, m d, l ,S6|| ])riu, j-,,,- ,„, ,,,,,
caah i-i, lul. 1      .,11,1 ,s nioiiths.
l-'nc i'i< It. lots    ('.ood fm one week only.
s 1 Ko "in acn- Price iifp, caah, fijo, balaam,
lio |)er month.
Lillooel   Koad,   seition ,s\   I).   I.   Kg,  one wtxo,
Sj-mi, i.ish 1-1, bal. h, i: and 18 months.
■'■■ 1 *s"> ', acn, Sl""i Caah Sl"", balance Sl" pel
month.
Lots 7, s, , ,,n,| ,,, bloek 1:, I). 1, jn::, si/r ,u
llO lui, priu S7..1 , caih Sis", balance, i>, 11
ami  i.S months
1
1.vnn Valky, Im i, block .', I) I,. .-0*7, si/,* mim,
price S.'i" ; 1 ash Sy, balance S.'S ipiaitrrlv.
I,vnn Valley, lots ll and 1:, block .', I). !,. :o*7.
si/e tui 10 leel, price I473 ; cash Ji:,s, balaine.
Ige quarterly.
I'rlcr Koad, f> 11 -',N7. si/.e ,s=,xi"o leel. partly
cleared, prhc Sl"". (ash '.*, balance f, and 1.*
month!. /
I    '. ol   1J  in  1).   I.*   -'"HH,  live  acres,  pi 11,   s
cash Ji,7,S", balance lo arrange.
l,ol id i.- 20.XX, ', acre, price 5.(75 . cash S17.S lo
>2oo, balance J20 per month.
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