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VOLUME IV.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C., FRIDAY, AUGUST 9. 1907.
NUMBER 25
His Worship Mayor Kealy presided at tlio regular meeting of the
city council on Monday night,
There were present Aldermen Dick,
Emery, Irwin, Jordan, Crickmay
and Smith. Clerk Shepherd was
also in his place.
R. McRae Liimhcr Company
wrote asking the council to consider the installing of a hydrant on
the boundary between A. Wallace's shipyard and his mill property. Relerred to fire and water
committee.
C. Gross, replying to a communication ol thc council, wrote
that the report of the engineer was
not correct; that the present grade
on Kirst street did not exist. Mr
Balmain, the former engineer,
made the present level alter his
(Gross1) house was built. At the
time the council had no intentions
ol running cars on the street.
R. R. Hrertun tendered his
-A-signation as city teamster, which
was, on motion, accepted.
The reports ol the different committees, ol a routine nature, were
read and adopted.
Mr. Gibson stated to iho council that he had been requested by,
iiii- road lort-iiian and superintendent ol the waterworks, Mr. Peck,
to do blacksmithiug work for the
city and that he had quitted his
work at Vancouvei to do the same.
He was a heavy taxpayer and
claimed the right to the work.
Aid. Dick said that the other
blacksmith in the city was also a
taxpayer. .. ...
The lire committee.recommended that No. 2 fireball, corner of
Thirteenth street and St. George
avenue, triangle be hung up in the
tower and that it be made possible
to ring the hell by electricity and
by hand; also that a telephone be
put in some house adjacent to the
bell tower, and Irom there connection with the triangle. The committee further recommended that
as soon as No. 1 fireball is completed at least one horse he purchased for lire purposes, and that
a telephone be installed in the
hall.
Aid. Dick stated that there
would be trouble to carry this
recommendation out on account
ol their being no telephone connection at night.
Alter discussion, Aid. Irwin and
Dick moved that the fire committee bc empowered to place a telephone in a near-by house.
The mayor stated that the civic
deputation, re Second narrows
bridge, to Victoria had been very
courteously received, and that the
government gave them encouragement as to building the proposed
structure as a government enterprise. His worship also stated
that a petition for (lie same had
been started in circulation, atul
that lie expected that at least 50-
000 signatures would be obtained
by the time the legislature met.
The mayor stated in reply to
Aid. Irwin that the frontage improvement tax by-law was yel in
the city solicitor's hands.
City Engineer Loutet stated that
he had prepared the plan ol the
»»rmancnt profile of the li. C.
Electric Railway, Irom the wharf
north on Lonsdale avenue as (ar
as Eighth street.   Laid over.
A resolution was passed confirming the agreement between the
Nortli Vancouver Land and Improvement Company and the City
of North Vancouver regarding the
taking over by the city ol thc
boulevard on Queensbury avenue.
'■ Aid. Emery, chairman of the
water committee, read the draft of
the proposed by-law: "To provide
for the government and management ol rates, rents and charges
of the waterworks system and collection thereol in the City of North
Vancouver."
The by-law, alter very prolonged
debate, passed its lirst and second
reading, and referred back to the
water committee.
Aid. Jordan reported at length
on the proposed telephone continuous service. He stated that if
35 additional subscribers could he
obtained that the company would
be prepared to grant said service.
Aid. Jordan further stated that the
company would also give a Sunday service.
It was resolved that Aldermen
Dick andCniith act as a committee
to supervise the construction of
all public buildings during their
present office.
District Council.
Reeve May presided and all the
councillors were present at the
meeting ol the district council held
last Monday evening in the district
municipal hall. The minutes ol
the last two meetings were adopted
as read.
Mr. F. Ross Wrote applying ior
a road to his property in D. L.
813, and stated that he was about
to clear up fifteen acres and build
a house for himsell there. The
engineei" was instructed to report
on the whole matter.
Messrs. J. F. Million mid J. 11.
Ken-wrote protesting against the
McNairT'rasor Company being allowed to obstruct the Keith road in
any manner by a logging railway
crossing. Resolved to coiiimnni-
cate the protest to the McNa'r
Luinlii-r Company.
J. W. Morrow wrote asking to
be allowed to redeem lot 15 nnd
west  half ol lot 16 of  D. L, <,,')■
The secretary ol the North Vancouver Hoard of Trade wrote asking lor a grant towards the repair
ng of Grouse Mountain trail.
J. H. Price was appointed road
tax collector.
Plan ol west hall ol D. L. 617
was approved. Others were laid
over.
Road foremen's salary was
placed at $75 a month,
It was decided to reipiest the
city council to have the telephone
pohs on Lynn valley road removed
within 30 days.
before the motion was put
Councillors McNaught and Davidson moved that the road foreman
cut the wires at the city intake.
Coun. Nye agreed, but the Reeve
refused to put the motion.
The district engineer was authorized to carry out the work ol reconstructing Lynn creek bridge as
early as possible.
The engineer reported on
changes wanted nn Robson road
by Mr. Fell, Referred to board
of works.
Reeve May reported at length
on the work of the bridge delegation at Victoria.
Adjourned.
BRIDGE WILL BE BUILT
The Vancouver News-Advertiser of today's date in
an article in relation to bridge construction, stated that
"Tlie North Vancouver Board of Trade received a letter
yesterday from the Provincial Secretary, etc."
As a matter of fact no such letter was received
hy the Hoard of Trade on that date, However, since
thc publication of the article referred to, a delayed letter
of date July 17th was received by the Board of Trade
today, the said letter being in reply to former correspondence of June 5th, and will be submitted to the
Exeoutive Council for fourther consideration.
Fire hall No. 1, which is situated
on Fourth street, between St.
George and St. Andrew's avenues,
is being rapidly rushed to completion. This hall is intended to
replace the present one now located
in the ciiy hall building, and the
space at the city hall will be taken
up lor other purposes hereafter.
The new hall will he a Unique and
substantial building, lt is to con
tain a basement, ground or main
lloor and upstairs. In the basement sundry supplies are to be
kept, together with the furnace
and fuel. The middle floor will
have two main driveways, ono Ior
the hose wagon and the other for
the chemical, the office will also he
on this lloor. The upstairs is
divided into two compartment!
the front one to be the dormitory
and the other a recreation room
and baths, A manhole and sliding pole will connect each ol these
apartments with the main floor.
The bell tower rises Irom the west
side ol the building to a co-wider*
able height above the roof. Contractor A. I). Whittingliam states
he will have the work finished
some time before the date specified
in his contract, which is Scptsm
ber r3.l1.
N. V. A. C Sports.
The crowd was the only small
thing to be seen at the wrestling
match in Athletic park on Wednesday 1 cuing when Evert Baker,
of thoC.eenwood Athletic Club,
vainly ti d to lift the lightweight
chanipio ship from Rod Renshaw,
of the North Vancouver Athletic
Club. The only excuse attributable to the small attendance must
be laid at the door ol the weather
man, who by his kindness shovelled
away the clouds so that the evening was delightful at the grounds,
The first preliminary was a boxing exhibition between Steve
Spence, the champion knock-out
slinger of North Vancouver, and
J. K. Kirkbridge, the champion
knock-out Juckcr, alsu of Nortli
Vancouver. From the start ofl to
the finish the woods echoed and
re-echoed the vociferous laughter
arising from the grand stand every
lime that Steve threw one of his
ijo-pounders at his opponent. The
latter, through good judgment,
ducked them as they llew bye,
thereby saving, perhaps, a funeral,
while from the rebound Spence
woulk go spinning through space.
Four rounds were reeled ofl in
good style, and when referee Alex.
Smith called quits everyone took a
dei-p sigh of reliel.
The next event was a diversion,
jack Hamilton and Art White,
both members ol the N. V. A. C,
gave a good exhibition of wrestling (or twenty minutes, which
was evenly contested, the latter
gelling the desired two (all. These
boys are sure to be winners some
day.
The main event, Renshaw vs.
Baker, saw everyone anxiously
awaiting the start, and at precisely
ten o'clock lhe referee, Win.
Thompson, introduced the wrestlers, amid loud applause.
lu the clinch Renshaw got the
better bold, and for tin; next six
and one-half minutes was continually on the aggressive, working wilh might and main, rolling
his opponent in every conceivable
position, until the desired moment
arrived, when he quickly placed
Baker's shoulders on lhc mat.
The three-minute rest did much
to Ircshcn thc two up, and win n
the second round began it was
seen that their vigor had not in
the hast disappeared. From the
start Renshaw had the best ol it,
and repeated the dose in just six
minutes, thereby retaining the
amateur lightweight championship
belt of British Columbia. He was
carried to the dressing-room on
the shoulders of his enthusiastic
supporters.
These exhibitions aro an advanced stage of sport and are
deserving of the hearty support
of all. A try Ior the champion-
will shortly be arranged between
a Nanaimo man and Mr. Rer.shaw,
and it is to be hoped Nortli Vancouver v'll encourage her energetic clu by turning out in full
force.
(If
It is re, jrted that H. Haddon,
ol Vancouver, has purchased the
Thompson block, on Lonsdale
avenue, between the Esplanade
and First street.
A general meeting of the North
Vancouver Athletic Club will be
held Monday evening. Election of
officers.  Every member is wanted.
The Royal Vancouver Yacht
Club held a successful assembly
in the Pavilion last Wednesday
evening.
Lost—A gold charm in the shape
of a Maltese cross, with three
links engraved on one side. Finder
will please leave at this office.
Thc ferry St. George is having,
among other improvements, a bath
for the crew, where fresh and salt
water, hot or cold, may be obtained.
A dance was held in the Pavilion
on Monday evening hy the Flamho
club ol Vancouver, and a most
enjoyable time was indulged in.
Win. C. Smith, son of Alderman
Smith, left yesterday for Fyfe,
Scotland. Dame rumor hath it
that before returning he will buy a
ticket for two. Tilt Exi'kbss extends congratulations.
A reception of welcome by the
congregation of St. John's church
will be tendered to the Rev. J. H.
and Mrs. Hooker at the residence
of Mr. Crickmay, Fifteenth street,
on Saturday afternoon, the 10th,
from 3:30 to (1:30. All are cordially
invited to be present.
At Brockton Point tomorrow
the North Vancouver cricketers
will play the Vancouver team.
This is the regular annual match,
ami admirers ol the game are expecting to see a good exhibition.
At a meeting ol the Moodyville
gun club, held in Moodyville Friday evening, it was decided to reduce the membership fee 10 two
dollars. A general meeting will
be held to elect new officers in the
places of those whose terms have
expired.
Wednesday was an eventful day
for tho steamer Prince Rupert, belonging to Messrs. Brasey & Quinn.
During the running ol a heavy sen
llir boat became uninanagable and
piled upon the beach near Sechcll,
a lolal wrick. The steamer was
.pi feel long and was used to
transport supplies to the firm's
logging camp on LasquitO island.
Besides the apparel ol ilie crew*
nothing else was lost. The loss is
a particularly heavy one to the
owners, having lately purchased it
from John Davis, ol Nortli Vancouver, and as this is the busy
season its services were almost in-
dispensible,
A curiosity was handed the
editor of this great family journal
yesterday, in the form of an esculent farinaceous tuber, belonging
to the nightshade variety, which
when found in a living room had
several small esculent farinaceous
tubers protruding through its external membranous integument.
This monstrosity was lelt by Mrs,
Crawford, of Vancouver, and may
be seen at this office,
Roy Allan Blackburn
Sadness reigned in the home ol
Robt. T. Blackburn on Tuesday,
when his second son, Roy Allan,
passed lo the great beyond, at the
age o( 22 years and 29 days. I'or
some time dtceasod had been a
sufferer from consumption, and
every means were Iried to effect a
a cure, spending some time in
Alberta, but the dread disease
was unerring in its aim, and on
Tuesday laid its victim low,
Boy Allan Blackburn had just
passed into manhood, and by his
amicable disposition had endeared
himsell to a host ol Iriends, who
gathered at his beir on Tluusday
morning, when all that remained of
a once sturdy youth were conveyed to St. Andrew's church,
where the funeral service was held
by the Rev. Mr. Gillam. The interment took place to the North
Vancouver cemetery, and was followed by a concourse of sorrowing
friends. Besides a father, two
brothers and one sister are left to
mourn his loss. The pallbearers
were Messrs. Roy Stoney, W.
Poke, A. White, W. Green, Henry
Larson and J. B. Williams.
The sympathies ol the community are extended to thc family
in their bereavement.
Elliott.
It is with sorrow lhat we announce the demise of little Evelyn
Elliott, the baby daughter ol Mr.
and Mrs. Elliott, of Elliott St Bag-
low, photographers, ou the early
morning of August 4th. Everybody will sympathize with them in
their sad bereavement, One can
guess the incomparable lots sustained when it is understood lhat
they were so much attached to it.
'•The light of llieir home." They
were so jubilant over the lact that
the child had its power of hearing.
The cause ol her death was heart
failure, and as she died a pretty
■mile llickertd around her lips,
and this gave a little consolation
to the bereaved parents to know
that their loss was her gain. On
looking at the peaceful figure laying in its last resting place one
was forcibly reminded of the
"Crossing ol the Bar." The interment took place on the Monday
following at Mountain View cem*
etry, the Rev. Mr. Gillam officiating. The mother is gradually recovering Irom the shock, and
wishes on behalf ol Mr. Elliott
and herself to thank their numerous
Iriends lor their deep and kind «•
pressioni ol sympathy and lor tha
practical help rendered by many.
The Icmporanco conference, comprised of repreientatfTas from tho several
temperance organizations iu Norlh
Vanoouver, wan held in St. Andrew'a
church Wednesday evening, The discussion was particularly directed towards
tlie announcement (bat certain parties
were nbuut to apply lo tbo city lor a
grunt of a new liquor licence and the
wide open bars on Sunday.
As a result of the meeting and the
opinions expressed by those preaent, a
committee was lonueil to carefully enquire into ami consider the beat action
to be taken and report at an adjourned
inciting to be held in tho same place
next Wednesday ovening.
The 1111U..1111. .'iii.'iit has been received
by Municipal Clerk A. I'hilip, of the
provincial government's intention to be*
ljiii construction work on the (overn*
ment road through D. L. 27'i. The
work will slart from Moodyville, where
the road is in a broken down condition
ni fnr as McN'air'a Hume, and bc car*
ri.-d west Scroti Lynn creek.
The need ..I a mud tlm-ugh this dis-
trni bus been keenly felt ol late by
residents <■( North Vanoouver u well
an the ilulrk't , ■ uin .1 and especially on
that part immediately west ol tbe sawdust Hals where it waa planked hat haa
lime tnll'ii Into a state ol disrepair, besides luiidslidca that have completely
obstructed Iridic iu pl&on, thus shutting off all means of acceas t.. thoie
residences on the west side who depend
on ths Nurlh Vancouver grocery to
deliver goods to their homes.
It will also be Ihe importmt joining
link connecting tlm city «f Nnrth Van*
COUVet with the eastern   end   ol   tho
municipality.
A RARE CHANCE
Have you been to our Big Hoiiselurnishing Sale yet?
II not, you should not delay. This is positively Ihe
largest
August
Furniture Sale
ever held in the city. We must considerably reduce
our enormous stock ol lloiiseliirnishings to make
room lor new goods. This is your opportunity ot
make a big saving and get better goods lor less
money than ordinarily. We hope you will call on us
ami let us have the pleasure o| showing you the
astonishing reductions in everything throughout the
store,
THE IIOUSI FURNISHERS
d. x. smith, Ltd.
CORNII HANVILLr ANB Dt'NMIlilR M»» IS
VANCOUVER,  B. C.
P. W. TEMPLER it CO.
GROCERS
To Patrons and Visitors:-*
WE HAVE TIIE  BEST  IN  OUR  LINE
AT RIGHT PRICES      I      1      1      1      1
Corner  Atb  bt  and  Lonsdale  Ave.
TELEPHONE 40 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
North Vancouver, B, C,
A Weekly  Newspaper.   PublUhod liy
Tiik Express Printino Companv
Subscription, *1.00
- United States and I'oiolgn, \\ '"'
strii'ilv in Advance
Church Notice
sr. ANDREW'S I'RESI 1 II MAN CHURCH
SIXTH STREET.
Services will be conducted as
usual on Sundaj  by tin- pastor.
Sunday school, 3:30 p. m.
Sei "in" in Moodyville school al
7:30 I', ni.
Prayer meeting on 1 hursday at
H ia', lurk.
All are welcome
Pastor: Rev. I. P. Gillam, M.A.
THE NARROWS BRIDGE
A most representative delegation
from th-' populous district ol
British Columbia interviewed the
jovernment in connection wiib the
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bridge nutter.    I In y deserve noi
, .iii,, ,i,-ai ,,i -,ii     Class inciting iai a, in.
only our thank-,  but  thai 01 all *
, , .        Siiml.iv school and bible class,
mir citizens, and wc leel sure that u    m
the municipalities anil our sister.    Evening service at; jo p. m.
Vancouver city will join with us     Rov, 13. II   Baldcrston, B. A.,
in commending thnn in their en* pastor.
deavor to Interest the local house',
inthelongleltwant, It is not a local
Public Notice.
ViiTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
'' nn iipplli-ittloii will ho inailo liy tho
undersigned belore tho next regular
sitting ol llio Hoard ol Llconsing Commissi rs of llie City of Nortli  Van*
I'ouver f..r u bottle license' muler
seeiiiin 175, sub-section 81 ot thc "Municipal ClanscB Act" uml "Amending
Acts," lor the promises situate on
l.iiiinlail.'iivcinie, on Lot 12, Block 158,
liislri.at Lot 274, in Uie said City ol
North Viini-tiiiv '
Dated thlaOtli day of August, 1007,
JOHN BENSON,
-I  JOHN S III! EVANGELIST, SEVENTH
AND  III1RTEI Mil -1 Kilts.
need but a semi provincial onu l   nWA„ prayera„d Holy Com*
The delegation  impressed  upon ,,nilIi<)n, ,, a, m,
the government in strong terms
tbe advantages ol such an under-;
taking as a means to develop the
natural resources ol the northern
district. The government seemed
to realize the idea and received
the delegation in thc spirit ol lhat
ol a business transaction and ol a
government looking Ior practical
ideas, tending to the development
ol our province. Vet WC musl
not be satisfied wilh simply the
promise ol due consideration, etc.,
etc., etc., so freely given to dele-
Sunday school, 2:30 p. in.
Evensong, 7.30 p. in.
Rector: Rev, Hugh Hooper.
School Board.
\ pi' ial 11111 im. ol llu liroinl nl
eh I trustees ,"» In 1.1 m the iit>
hull lust Werini-als) rveiiini!, Chairman
\ It, Sn., i presiding nml all the mem*
bi 1- ul ih." uonrd licinfl prewnt, The
principle feature ol Inisiiie-w Unit i-nmi
up For iliwuiisioi] ivns Ilm filling nf the
uieiiliey ..ii lli." stall -al l.n.hers, canned
hj iha our ut of Miss Clapp,    'lh.
la.a.iai was unanimous in expressing
il.. ir regret in losing Miss Clapp nnd
reiiigni/ing ih." nl.l nnil officii nl work
rendered during her ter 1 li nclu r,
\ Inrgi niniiiii r of npplicntions ivi re
ations    "The glad hand helps! r™''™1 '"' ;'" I™.'1''!" !'r'ir*1 """•»;
li"""" h r   liml pi in. ii'il lo Principal Brunei nnd
lome"*   -till we must continue to were nil earefull) esninineil ns In n-
. p. ri.-mv nnil the reetinli I    la -iiii     ■ 1
brum every possible force to beat ...     ..     ,.        1  decided   in
we have sel   ,   '       I    I    ,. ,    I V'V'
Mnru, nm.    Minn Mchonzii 1...  1 * 11
I  \. a    inn hi   in   graded
11 ■ ,' a In .iti-l holds ill
Drink
Thorpe's
Drinks
LIST YOUR
PROPERTY
with rs for
QUICK SALE
A. SMIIH & CO.
JUNCTION   BLOCK
NORTH VANCOUVER.
upon securing What
out to accomplish, until the rub rs
at Victoria leel that same assurance- that the building  ol the
ial to the devi   .
ment ol British d lumbia.
TENDERS
rpENDERS REQUIRED FOtt8MSII*
I IMi (1) I'lirtot 1). I.. 588, North
Vancouver, 121 Pari ol D, I.. 272,
Nurtli Vancouver.
Tenders to he Iii liy 'On. m., on Wednesday, 7Ui of August.
Por spociflcatlous an 1 particulars apply to
ROBERT WARD & CO., LTD.,
Cor. HnsthigJ nnd Homer Sis.,
Viinetiiiror, It. C.
,\I,I, KINDS _^
Wines, Spirits, Beer
r-and—
Tempfance Drinks
Popular Prices
J. P. TURNER
LIQUOR MERCHANT PHONE 392
670 Granville Street
NOTICE
APPLICATION FOR LOGGING
RIGHT-OF-WAY
VOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN PUR*
-^   SCANT in Section 2d, of
II l 111 111- Ly    SCANT  to   Seelimi   20,   of   the
I lINULK-J "Land Act  Aiiieii.liiieiit Act, 1907,"
by th undersigned, which is the holder
'..in Special Timber Licenso, that the
undersigned Intends, thirty .lays alter
larslorm Kobt. Wanl « Co., Ilmlti"!  struct chutes, flume, and roads or other
Souvenir Edition
Forth'" lotirth tim. in its history
the North Vancoiivei Ext i has
issued a souvenir edition, I In
issue just t" hand i I   i
teen pages, i-, well iliu iti itcd and
primed, and reflei I   ;reai credit
;    ri   ■    imd   recommeniln
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lb-10 Cordoxi Street, VANCOUVER
iniiMiale Avenue, NOR III mm ill Mil
Son doing business in our
New Pm kino House
A. A. CROWSTON
GENERAL  BROKER
«rioNOT»ev PjHLIC
I-.".i"..'■'., a     In nil  16 Branches.
Mining;  Placor ore Hydraulic.
Timber    HartJwooil. Odor and Fir.
MUNA&tn FOB THI COMMtlCI*.!.
Protectivi aglnc.
Oltice'. Flr*< St., E Dl Lonsdale Ava.
rn. ll/JC   PIONEER   0RY
Oll/VyV 5  GOODS SIOHt
Will move It. hirjer nnd
inure convenient proini-K-s,
mi or 11I1..11I (I e
THIRD WEEK IN AUGUST
allll n new and specially
-.I.eir.I stock, which "lil
leave nobody an excuse 1.t
erosulni* the Inl. Strictly
eily prices.
Cor. 2nd and
Lonidala Ave ,   -   N, VANCOi'Vfrt
SMOKE -.v
TERMING CIGAR
CLEAR HAVA*','. FILLED
works Ior netting out limber from tho
limits covered by a license held by the
applicant, across and upon tho lollowing
lands, namely:
.Ml and singular, that certain parcel
or tract of land nnd promises, situate,
lyliig .111.! being in tie Province ol
Brit a' Columbia, In the District of New
Westniiustcr, being composed of n por*
lion ui Lot 237, and which may bo more
particularly known mul described ns
(i.lliiws, thiitist.'-'iiy: Ita-n'miiiiin nt a
point mi tin* n nh boundary ol Uloi-k
.--ii io, in sai'l L-ot 837, sai.i point bo-
Ing distant! 50 chains Irom the nortli*
west 1 iier oi said block 0, thence south
22 mln, 0 deg, wesl along the centre line
ol the proposed hogging Railway Right.
of-wiiy 8.20chains; i'n nee '1111111 17 deg,
30 mln. west along the said centre line
321. chains; thence sultth 29 dog. UO
inin. west along the said centre line 2*
,s.ri chains; thenco smith 43 den. 4-r> mln.
west along the said centre line 8.85
chains; thence ulli IK deg no mln.
west along the saial centre lino UK)
chains to tin- beginning ol a curve!
tin nee .ui a in degree curve to ihe right
along the said centre lino 1,51 chains,
more or less, to the northerly shore ol
Burrar' Inlet, having a uniform width
nf 30 links Oil each side ol sai'l centre
line, excepting those parts Included
Within the boundaries ol the Keith mud
nml il..- rogistorcd road lying along tlio
smith boundary ol said block 'i.
Dated this 4th day ..1 July, A. D„
1007.
MiN.(ii!-l"'i;isiiii l,i"Mi"i:n Co., I.tii.
Bv iis Si dltors,
Martin, Craig & Bourne,
BRUCE * QODDS
GENERAL MERCHANTS
I I.ii Iron Block) Cor. ftlh and Lonsdale Ave.
p.. ,■ ... In , .1 ile thnl they iri rapidly gelling Into   ' ii|    for
h 1-ih.ii iul. uii.m lo attend (.. the everj want m the consumer, in the way "(
Groceries Boots and Shoes
for Men and Boys
They are i..,l.iy opiiiin« a very rom'ilole line ol
Mens' Furnishings
bonghl Ir the besl manulactutors In Montreal and nlsewliere,
These will 1 I al
Prices Th* t Wili Compare Favorably
With the Best of Retail Houses
The "KINK nr TIIK liiiAH" Overalls, In nil {ihe different
alile" will Is" Imnnl to be lhe best value lor the inniiey in lie innrkot.
Tlieir Special llh-iid "I "CEYLON PEKOE TEA," nt 60 cents,
will be lound to lie the Mel value ever offered In British Columbia
lor Iho money; (ni ilnvor It cannot be surpassed, Ask Inr 1 sample
which will be sup| lied Free.
Comparison and  inspection Invited
ELDER,  MURRAY CO.
Vancouver Address i
436 Richards Sl,
"Hm..." 417.
WEEKLY LIST
Week tndlnti July inth.
North Vancouver!
Junction Block
'Phone 37
NORIM
I'riee
fKOUO
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1800
310
910
M
VANCOUVI R
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1011
260
. Description
1611 Acres tn Uio l.ynn Valley.
I'niir l.utiiiii I'ln! slreet.
(10 dint I..I on l.o!iH.li\!e svcnlie.
I'  . laa ira.' II K'alltl  ltORll.     lltllllU.'l' taVI'l I llU'l' VI HI S .
Nenr propOMd Nnm.WH l.rlilge.   Kasy ti-rini.
1 .|iisiler-ticru blimki near OKI line.  110 pur nltiitUi,
a'aU-llllll lilt ctOSe Ol I "l.-alia ll- 111 i'llll.
I...1 a.u'riilrti'enlli talreet.   Very near csr Hue.
LONSDALE   ISIAII
THE LAST OF THE KlinNT PROPERTY AT KIIIST PR101S
PRICK OR I.0T8, *1'.'5| CASH, SIOI
THKSK  PRICES WONT LAST I.ONU
NORTH VANCOUVER FERRY & POWER CO., LTD,
Summer Time Table, 19.17
LEAVING VANCOUVER
CITY:
STEAMER
ST. OEOROE.
•0.00 A.M.
•8.46 "
8.00 "
8.40 "
8.80 "
10.15 "
11.16 "
12.16 P. M,
1.15 "
2.15 "
8.16 "
4.15 "
5.15 "
11.15 "
7.26 "
8.15 "
0.15 " '
10.15   "
•11.80  "
STEAMER
N.   VANCOUVER.
0.45 A.M.
10.45 "
11.45 "
12.45 P.M.
1.45 "
2.45 "
3.45 "
4.45 "
5.45 "
(1.45 "
LEAVING  NORTH VANCOUVER CITY:
STEAMER
ST.  OEOROE,
•11.20 A.M.
•7.20 "
8.20 "
11.00 "
0.45 "
10.45 "
11.45 "
12.45 P, M.
1.45 "
2.45 "
3.45 "
4.45 "
6.45 "
11.46 "
7.45 "
8.45 "
9.45 "
10.45   "
•11.45   "
STEAMER
N. VANCOUVER.
10.15 A.M.
11.15    "
12.15 P, M.
1.15 "
2.16 "
3.15 "
4.15 "
5.18 '
(1.15 "
7.16 "
•Not on Siiiiilnv.
uwrna BARGAINS
 to be sold at	
WHOLESALE PRICES
•PADI    WHIFF    tHOMPSON BLOCK,
t/\IIL   TTULrL,  LONSDALE AVtNlE.
NORTH VANCOUVER, R. C.
LOTS
70 X 240
$300
Close to saw mill and plank road ;
ten mioutes Irom car; only $300.
Also a low 1 4 acres lor $200 i
terms, iu [ down, $10 per month.
House to let, 6 rooms, all conveniences ; splendid view. Also
one lor sale; $100 cash and $10
per month,
I*m> perfectly cleared lots on Lonsdale Avenue
$900 each
WESTERN  CORPORATION,  LTD.
Capilano Hotel
OA IM LA NO   DAM
Everything new and modern, iflordlng all the
luxuries ol a metropolitan hottlery, Elevation 500
feet above »ea level. Ideally situated lor people
wishing an exliiliarating climate, beautiful mountain
scenery and climbing) and (-ood tishintt and shooting.
A lew hours from the summit ol Mount Crown and
the Lions.
Tally-ho meets car connecting with 9:15 lerry,
at liewicke avenue, returning between 6 and 7 p.m.,
calling at the two canyons and the suspension bridge,
allowing time for inspection.
KATES:   $2.50 to $3.00 Per Day
SI'ICCIAI.   HATKH  TO   VAMII.IKH   ANH    HIO.Cl All
BOARDER!
DICKSON W. KELLS, PROP,
TBLBPHONB 104*1 NORTH vancouvbh.
THE EXPRESS, $1 PER YEAR THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
'
NORTH   VANCOUVER
LOT 373
STILL THE   BEST  BUY
We have some lots left in this Original
Subdivision.   Call and aee us, and
buy before they are all gone.
The Electric Tram runs
right through this property
It is bound to  be an  important addition
In the near future
Ea&ij Term*
For I'riccs and Maps, apply
IIIIII
440   SEYMOUR   STREET
II. HICUU IIOUI.liATIC, MANAGER
REAL BOYS WANT
MANNISH
SHOES
SAME KIND AS  DADDY'S
Ami wc take particular care to Imve thc kind that plcaese them of
7mi CALK, CHOCOLATE KID, ltOX and VBLVOUR OALF, CiUN
METAL CALF, and a good range ol TAX CANVASS SHOES for
the hot weather
PYKE'S SHOE STORE
516 HASTINGS STREET W.
J. F. TAYLOR,   A. G. McCANDLES.   S. G. SPENCE,
President. Vice-Pres. Sec-Tress.
I
When
Furnish
ing
one always likes selecting
from vast stocks, Irom a store
that has a reputation lor good
Furniture and Pair Prices. Wc
have and wc try to live up to it.
No matter whether you require an odd piece or the Furniture and Carpets for your entire home, we can serve you
and save you money, Our entire building, with its lour
great floors, is crowded to overflowing with all that is newest and best in Furniture and Carpets,
You arc as welcome to look as to buy. Drop in the next
time you are over,
Standard Furniture Co., Ltd.
307 to SI3 Hastings St. W„ Vancouver, B. C.
'Phono 360.
(From the Newi-Advertiter)
In this city, as in many other
cities on the continent, as well
as in other countries, there
are suburbs separated by expanses
ol water, valuable suburbs for uti
ligation chiefly lor residential pur
poses. The principal difficulty in
settling suburbs situated in this
way is that of transit from the
centre ol business lo the homes of
the people engaged in business.
This is generally provided by
means ol a ferry, and in proportion to the facilities alforded by
such lerry so in proportion is the
suburb populated and settled. We
have adjacent to this city a suburb
at North Vancouver removed by
water in the manner referred to, a
Buburb unsurpassed for its southern aspect overlooking the City ol
Vancouver. The good people ul
North Vincouver will pardon me
lor terming their newly-fledged city
a suburb ol Vancouver, but al
though Ihe place is now a legally
established city, with all its ol
licial status, still it will aver be and
remain a suburb ol this gieal
Western metropolis ul the Dominion of Canada.
The means of access across lhe
water, though it may be considered
equal to the present day requirements, will fall far short ol the
demands of the pecplc as time
goes on. Nature provided* when
she laid out this peninsula, between the Fraser river and Hur
rard inlet, lor a great city, lor an
overflow on the north side. She
provided a protected harbor by
means ol the First narrows, loi
the great shipping industries ol
the western cities, and she has
provided in the Second narrows
the means ol connecting the greal
City ol Vancouver with thc foothills on the north side ol Hurrard
inlet, so that free and unrestricted
intercourse can bc enjoyed between the populations on both
sides ol the inlet.
The great railway systems ol the
continent,   those   great   arteries
through which the commercial life-
blood of the country flows, are persistently and surely weaving a network over the face of the country,
and to establish connections between the north and the south a
bridge ol a substantial nature will
have to be erected over Burrard
inlet, in close proximity to this
city, and there is no more accessible point than the Second narrows.   The   tramway  systems ol
Vancouver and North Vancouver
will need to connect by means ol
this same course, and those who
prefer to travel by vehicle, automobile, or shank's pony will all
need to be provided for.   We have
an example at New Westminster
of the character of a structure required at the Second narrows, with
further provision lor car  traffic.
It therefore is thrust upon those
in public authority to see to it that
the  require .ents  ol   the  whole
travelling public  are considered,
and a structure that will cater to
the needs ol all is erected. The
pjestion arises in what way such a
bridge will be constructed ?   If a
railway  company  is  allowed   to
erect it, tbey need only to cater to
their own requirements, and the
same applies to the Electric Railway Company.   There can be but
one conclusion, and that is that
the dominion and provincial governments  between them,   should
erect the bridge and levy toll from
the companies using it.   The gov
eminent, as representative of the
people, must provide fully lor the
demands of  the  general public,
and it is only through that channel
that the whole of the public can
be satisfactorily catered to.   Thc
duty ol the municipalities will then
be very plain.    Good roads and
streets will have to bc made to the
bridge on both sides ol the inlet.
Provision would need to be mad
for the continuation of the Kcefer
street car line to connect with  the
bridge as thc congestion ol traffic
on the Powell streetcar line owing
to its association with thc waterfront industries,   the race-course
and    the    proposed    exhibition
grounds will render it impossible
lo satisly the public by that route,
unless the line is double tracked
right through.
Then, in the construction of
such a bridge as proposed, the
great and increasing shipping in
dustrics would need to be considered. With such a magnificent
deep-water harbor, extending lor
miles above thc bridge, it needs
but a very weak perspective vision
to see in the near luture large industries established along the
waterfront far above the bridge
site, therefore, facilities for shipping to pass through lhe bridge
will have to be provided lor. The
bridge over the Second narrows
has to be constructed. Let those
interested, and that means the
Whole public, see to it lhat Ibe
governments, dominion! provincial
ami municipal, the railway companies, and tramway companies
all do the light thing at the right
time, and then then- will be no
ali.r regrets.
Wharfage for All.
fhe item appearing in last
week's issue regarding the complaints by builders being unable to
land tlieir material, such as lime,
sand, etc., from scows on the
wharves, the Western Corporation
wharf was not taken into consideration. It was believed that
that landing was only used by the
Brackman-Ker Milling Company,
the 13. C. Electric Railway Company and tho Western Corporation. Tin: Express has been informed, however, that such is not
e case. Scows and boats may-
land there, and we are pleased to
make this announcement, The
wharl was built about three years
ago lor the purpose of handling
heavy goods. All the crushed
rock (or the city was landed and
handled at thc wharf. Manager
Wright says: " We are continually
having scow loads of bricks and
sand handled on our wharves, also
steel rails for the B. C. Electric
and other heavy goods, and we
would be obliged if you would
correct this assertion and give my
corporation credit for having
wharfage suitable for any heavy
goods to be handled upon for thc
next century."
Capt. Cates also stated that he
is putting his wharl into shape as
quickly as possible. When this
work is completed all kinds of
craft can load and discharge cargo
there. He further adds that wood
and coal will be disposed of at Ihe
wharf, Also a gridiron lor repairing scows, etc., has been built.
In an editorial the Vancouver
Prwintt, speaking ol the agreement arrived over the False creek
settlement 1 " The council is to be
congratulated on the agreement.
While it considers the city's rights,
dul) considers also lhe needs ol
railway requirements, Mr. John
Hendry, as the president ol the
V., W \- V , will now be able to
go foiwar.l with those works ol
extension ami progress to which
tin* False (reek wrangle has b.en
a long-nlanding obstacle. Now
that this is removed lhc bridge
over llie Second narrows and the
nu. ... roai tin- city sliould be buill
Without delay. What the pi opls
' nl Vancouver ami Norlh Vancouver
I want lo sec is active construction
i at once."
JAS. GRAHAME & CO.
Painters and Pajkrhanoirs
Murai. Decorators
Gkainirs    Glaziers    Signs
LONSDALE   AVENUE,
Opi'. 13x11 Street.
Rolled Oats
Floor
Hay and Feed
Seed*
ALL ORDERS
DELIVERED
NORTH VANCOUVER
TELEPHONES
B
A 6 BANK  OK   BRITISH    NORTH
AMERICA
28 li. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Iti B. C. MARKET CO.
19 BEASLEY, A. K.
- HILLING!*., A. 8.
24 HISS, R. C.
4 BRACKMAN-KER MILLING CO.
- BRUCE it HOODS
29 BUNBURY, W. B.
11 BURNS A CO., P.
89 CAMPBELL, DR. A. E.
1 CITY HALL
A51 CORNISH, B. J.
21 CUliriS, A. B.
7 DICK, 11. (I.
27 Dll'LOCK. A. B.
37 ELDER MURRAY A CO.
8 EVANS, R. H.
6 EVES .-; LAWSON
- ERASER, R. L,
II
HICKMAN, C. R.
I
« INKSTER, MARRIOTT A WARD
15 IRWIN A BILLINGS CO., LTD.
25 IRWIN, W. J.
13 JACKSON, COI.1N F,
IM KEALY, ARNOLD K,
23 KEENE, W, L.
2 LARSON, P.
He
It Mill,IN, (I. A.
'i McDOWKLL, M. S.
31 McSIILI.AH, .1. A.
:il M, N.UIt. JAB' A.
A.'Ki Mclt.li;, IK HIT.
fi
N MUNICIPAL OFFICE
M MAY, W. II.
N
19 NYE, T.
31 PALACE HOTEL
33 PARKINS, II,
13 PECK, B.J.1 Boot, Waterworki
rill PHILIP, ALEX.
UU lUDKRMACHKIt, It. I..
b
ti SMITH. ALKX.
■-"i BTEAOY, A. R.
40 TKMPLKR A CO.
H6I TYTLEIt, BTANLBY
w
12 WAI.HEN, I8AAC
II WARD & CO., ROUT.
:i WESTERN CORPORATION
SO WESTERN CORP, SAW-MII.I.
17 WOODS, J. J.
:12 WBKillT, 11. C.
The Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
Limited.
Harry Mitchell, local manager,
Lonsdale Avenue.
Fine, healthy Tomato and
Cauliflower Plants, grown from
Sutton's Seeds, always on hand.
C. E. JORGENSEN
I l.il   If-tln-Wr   Mat    a.   ('.   laWa!   •«t.T*>f
'lllliltl MM
ItalianS"ta, llrlilji-i, Witar Poweri, KillmnMl
.-iii|a.Tliitniil."ii.'.ut ConilructloD,Map.,Town
sites, Mining I'lailin-,, Suti-DlTliiims,ite.
ill llullnil Mt. W.,  ■ ■  VANCOUVER, B. C.
LEARN TO SHOOT
Sport for young and old.
New rifles; latest electric
targets
ier's (hlkry, _*£!&%**,
PATRONIZE
the
BOARD OF TRADE
BARBER SHOP
Lonsdale Avenue,
near corner of First street
BATHS
CIGARS and TOBACCOS
BIRT CAMPBELL
Prop.
SEEDS,
TREES,
PLANTS
No Boedleu Pimm, No Pitlan Apples
NoColilria Corn— J ml old reliahle car*
latlai at reaaonabla prleei. t>rtilin*»r«,
Bco Supplier, Spray Ptimpi, Spraying
Material, Cot I'lmtem, etc.   Oltlent *•«•
labllihtn nuraary on the mainland ol
Itriliuli Columbia,   t'aliilogne Iree.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES AND SEEDHOUSES.
VANCOUVER, II. C,
P. s.—II your local merchaati .lo not
handle my Mad*, neii'l direct. We prepay fifty paekew, aiaorted »arletiea el
Harden no-iln hi five rent pipere (tented
alook) tn yunr nearest poltOfflCI lor II |
twenty paokatl lor 60 lenta. Trial collection. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, R. C.
BLOC1
DIST.  LOT  530-549
Lots in this Block will shortly
bc put on the Market. For
Price List and Terms, apply to
S.GINTZBURGER
-LIMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
161 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
EVES & LAWSON
Bank of British North America
0
ESTABLISHED   1838
NIC of the oldest banks doing business in
ibis country.
iill Brandies in I'liiimln nnd tlic I nihil Slates,
A general banking business transacted,
Miilll't Ol'iliTN In.SUC.1 payable  anywhere   in
Canada, United States or Great Britain.
Drafts bought and sold.
Prompt attention given to collections.
Savings Bank Drjinrlineni*—d« positsoiji.oo
and  upwards  received,   Interest  paid  every
three months.
Ollice, tor. Lonsdale Ave. and I spl-mnde, North Vancouver, B. ('.
II, R, ilium., Manager,
Mrs. A. Philip and Miss Mauriel
Philip lelt lust Friday on a trip to
Scotland, whon." Mrs. Philip will
visit her brother at Greenock, who
is very ill.
Word has beon received that
Mr. and Mrs. (i. A. McBain are
expected to arrive home towards
lhe latter pan ol the month,
A quartette Irom Wesley choir,
Vancouver, will sing at the service
in tlir Orange hall on Sunday
evening,
Skins oi Progress.- There an
more knockers in North Vancouver today than in any city of its
size in British Columbia. No
matter in what pail ol the city yon
happen lo be, you find the man
with the hammer and he is out to
knock. This species of knockei
we welcome, lor every time he
uses the hammer a nail is driven,
and each nail driven means that
"thc carpenter-he is the knockei'
—is helping in the erection ol a
building tending to make Noiih
Vancouver a city worthy of our
province, and every building is
rented belore completion eithei
(or a business or home tenant.
But when llie bridge is all assure.1
lact—"Wangh."
D. II. McMillan, ol   Mannville,
Alia., recently on a visit lo Norlh
Vancouver, .wiling lo his bruthei
here, states ili.u the migration ol j
lu'auit itcs lo Vuii-.Oiiv-.-r ami .Ninth I
\ ,menu,el' this lull uill be largi 1 1
than people liLre have anv eon- J
British Columbia Electric Railway Co.,Ltd. t^' ll ^ IImI |
penetrating all points ol Ihe ti i
rit.jii.il pro\im'
ll  is  llie ..pinion ol llu'St- who
have visited iln- ci meter-", east ol
oi i in:
NORTH    VANCOUVER
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
\
Have a number ol enquiries for close in Business Lois,
especially on the Lspltintitli', lirst and Second Streets;
more especially west ol Lonsdale Avenue.
N. H. —To OWNERS i It would be greatly to your advantage
to list with us exclusively any property you nuiy wish to
dispose of in the above described location at once.
PHONE 6
P.O.BOX 111
EVES & LAWSON
IIIOHPMIN 111(11 h
LONSDALE AVENEIE,
BctaafPn Ispl.in.ial.* and First St.
NOIMM VANCOUVER, B. C.
Reopened
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS
PATRONIZE
UNION
BARBER
G. il. Hadley, Prop.
PAIBBAK KS MORSE
GASOLINE MARINE ENGINES
Owing '■" change ol the lerry time schedule lollowing will
obtain :
I'n   i  Sli"I I I
Leavil bury  Avenue at 5:30 a.   111.,  6:30 a.  111.,   7:55
and live minutes to the hour until 10:55 I1- m.
Leaving Keith K ad anal Forbes Avenue at 6:00 a.  111.,
j,,.,.   a.   in .   8 25,   and  25  minutes  past  the   hour
imlil   11 .'i p. ni
LOS   iHAl   I       Ad I
Cars will nm ovi 1. 20 iiiinul
IKS"   All boats an met hj lhe . irs,
Hotel North Vancouver.
.■-
^■^'■■■fp^-01
brand
Tourist
Iv : 'all
^•.•..ii-MOTWU
North VaNcjBuveiv Vb
lerry Service Every Half Hour to and from lliis Hotel
to Vancouver• I'. Larson, Prop.
Rainier Beer-v
Is ;i gloriou-! Iji'vi |iiei cliiuji nutl
•   lying,   Ui'iiii'inlior lltcvu't 110 othei
"just ;i- good"—insi I ..ii getting Rainier.
PACIFIC  BOTTLING  WORKS
Vancouver, li C.
SUNLIGHT   SOAP
5 FOR 25 CENTS
■Mam mm^^—"e~^——wmmmm—ammmw—mi—~—~~—m~—
PrlCC* Vlkoys tttyht
J. 4. McMILL^N, Grocer
I.inn creek, thai the choici ..1
God's .11 re was a pool one, mso* I
tar as us itcciss.bility figures, j
The rond is very rough, and winds
its way through an almost impassable barrier of stumps, fallen
trees, thick underbrush and stones,
which makes the three miles look
twice the distance. One is reminded ol the story ol thc burial
ol Moses, who was laial to ri --I on
a mountain side miles Irom nowhere, (il course as the city
grows and the rond is repaired,
and the population is scntlered
along the route, this jourm y will
not be so tiresome, but Irom tlir
pn - ni outlook Ihere is liule or
;i inducement to have d< 1 cased
interred there.
Messrs. IM S Duke, boatbuild-
er-, are in iba   progn ■■ line, as
shown lij tin  l.n '.    hop  'ing
compli lion at the loot ol Forbes
avenue, Tbe building is 30x60,
ami !■■ so di iigtu tl as in allord
ever} Iai ility in tl • 1 011 ill 11 lion
ol launches and row boats, when
the . arpenters are (iniuhi 1 tins
firm will lay iba la cl lor a twenty-
live loait gasoline launi I), which,
v. ben 1 ompleled, will equal any
I nal  nl  its  kind 1" iill in tin si-
■
I dunii   Aiami     a .      1 Iwni 1
.,111 have ■ 111 1   b) np| li   W
I.. Keene, I ill en I    trci 1.
|'\ n"iiie I'm horsi s and cattle
at Seymour Creek, (enced and
plenty ol fresh wain. Apply to
Chiel Jim Harry, Seymour Creek.
Found.— Championship medal.
Apph to T. McDonotigh, First
street,
Wanikii In central position,
North Vancouver, to rent a live-
roomed house with bathroom.
Apply to Exi'Rt ss office,
Wen ii A lady to represent
one ol ibe old. st houses in the
United States and Canada, Call
at loom .:, TI1011 pson block, Lonsdale avenue.
Found—Two hunting dogs on
Sunday. Owner can bave same
by paying expi nsc ol advertising.
Call at this oIKo
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE, OR
CALL AT OUR WAREHOUSE AND SUE ENGINES
THE CANADIAN FAIRBANKS CO.
 LTD	
MUX I'll KA I, TORONTO WlA'Xll'Ktl
VANCOUVER.   101   WATI-.U  BTRBBT
PALACE HQTEL
nisi 11 I'Msmii mini  ON 1111 C04M
AN IT-'iO-li.UT.
T0UKI8T RESORT
Rath: (l.r-0 PER
DAY AM> UP
Special Kates to liimilies and Regular Boarders
Half-hour lerry connection (.. ami (rom Vanronvcr. Hol nnd cold
water in every room.  Return call bell*1 In ovcrji room.
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Second Street,   -  •  •  ■  NORTH VANCOUVER, ll. C.
PBMKpiUM
1. inv-siiii' nts in lii'iil Mi-tato to be profitable
Bhould include boioo of North Vancouver's
boat lots and acreage.
2, A Nurlh Vancouver firm fur Nortli Vanoou
ver investors,
;!. Buy nt headquarters of the oldest incorporated
Kent Estate Co. with chief place of
business ill Nnrth Vancouver.
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO. Ltd.
Corner Lonsdale Ave and Fifth St.
TEI,. 15 NoltTll VANCOUVER
The Express, $1 Year
Auctioneers
Accountants,    Auditors   Goneral
Commission Brokers
Rea' tslale Agents
„l
Tblbphonb ll 2162
W. NICIIOLSONLAILEY
ARCHITECT
Temporary Olllco  I-'. Ctnlney'i
I'alnl Shop, Esplanade, '
North Vancouver, B, C.
farrWergeant Juibck Yates
CA.RKIAQE   BUILDER OENERAl  IMITH
Horse sHoeiNo, a specialty
cin.ent CA8E-J APPLY
Sixth Blreot l'.-tnliT Street
Nurlli Vancoiivur       Vuncuuver, 11, 0.
R, II. Tabs, M-*r,
Sixth strt-,-1. NORTH  VANCOUVER
THIS    SOCIAL
i M im in mi s i orrici
'PHONE Mil
CallgcHona, Ho n Rgnilng. eto,
All K.ii.l.iai Ilel-p RupptlM iiii stiuri Nolle*;
II. \ViLi.nin
Officei 20 Powell St.
VANCOUVER, li. 0.
If you arc going to BUILD
or do any ALTERATIONS
consult ii- ami we will
-im- vou MONEY.
Plans, Lie,   prepared   lor  any
style limine.   Estimates liirnishe-il
Ii
BUILDERS    6th St., West
A. H. MACPHERSON
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
NORTH VANCOUVER, • • •  II. (',
i nli.'.' Suing iiiiiI stuir building a
ipeclalty.
Ofllco—Corner Lonsdale ami water-
front.  Tel. 3.
J, \V. HALM A IN
CIVIL   KNIllNKICK
ANIi ARCH1TB0T
I'liiu*. Quantities Level)
Buporlutendonca ol Construction
I'lil'IITII Sthckt, ''iiiinkii LoMDALI Avr,
NORTH VANCOUVER.
When you want
a job ol Painting
or Paper Hanging
or Kalsomining
done.   See
Hardy & Stoney
Sixth Street
NORTH   VANCOUVER,
60  YEAR8'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Mnnns
Designs
Copyriohts 4c.
Atilnnfiai.ii.Miij* ll altrtrli mi* ili'.-rlpllnii mn
Ulilfltlr naiiTlnlii i.nr ni'i. i fH't* alarllii** ID
ItiTiitiiii.n ia i.ia.hnlaif r"i':'.,''i'ji|',.1 '"i.an.iiiiipra.
l|,.iiaalilrllTr,.iill.!i"'"   HANDBOOK ..n I'-IIUlU
lent Iri***. t'l'lfal minify l.)rarnuiii"i,nlpiita.
1'Hti.iim tnken thrnuKli Ilium A (o. rocelft
l|a  a iln  fl '. -a", "il ' I «---", 11) tbe
Scientific American.
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ii'ii   f li Mi», |l. 8oidbrit.ll nowitlfnlrri.
a, CM r BU. Wuhlcgtna, ll. i;

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