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VOLU.MKIV.
NOKTIl VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, JUNE ll. II
NUMBER
The lirsl regular meeting ol ilu-
new Norlh Vancouver Ciiy Council
was held in the city ball Wednesday
afternoon, His Worship Mnyor
Kealv made one or two wise suggestions during the course ol a
speech be gave belore the meeting
was adjourned. He said ho
thought ii a good idea il the city
would buy lorly aeivs, lying jusi
barb of Ibe city, and utilize the
urea as a public park. 'I his was
merely a suggestion, and be did
noi wanl any action to be taken
belore due consideration ol the
matter. He also stated that the
Municipality ol North Vancouver
was soon going lo advertise sonic
ol the nuuiieipal lands, including
Grouse mountain, lor sab-. His
Worship added that be thought il
would be best to keep llll the land
intact instead ol selling il to small
land owners in individual tracts.
There was a lull attendance
present. The meeting wa.s brief
and consisted ol gem ral routine
work.
The following aldermen were
appointed as representatives of
the various committees:
Finance •Jordan and Crickmay.
Hoard ol works—Irwin and
Dick.
Water—Emery and Smith.
Police - Smith and Irwin.
Tire—Crickmay and Emery.
Health—Dick and Jordan.
A temporary money loan by-law
was read Ior the third time and
will be reconsidered, at lhe next
regular meeting.on Monday, i6tb,
ut 8 p. in.
A letter was nls > r» id from tho
city clerk, ol Vancouver, stating
that Mayor Belhune would act as
the convener for the delegations
from Vancouver, North Vancou
ver, South Vancouver and  Burn*
Tha' Dislriel Council ol Ninth
Vancouver held its lirsl meeting in
Lynn Valley si hool on Monday
evi ning, Ihere were presenl
Keeve Ma\ and Councillors Tims.
S. Nye, Chas, hi. Robson, J. V.
McNaiiR.il and W, II. Davison,
also Mr. Philip, ('. M.C.
The councillors made the necessary declarations, and proceeded
to business. Keeve May delivered
the following inaiigurnl address.
(mullein, ii, As the work to be
brought before us is all new to
you, I deem il will be ol service to
vou if I sel   out,   at   some  length,
the position ol matters, and make
some practical suggestions Ior
your consideration.
Finances By the agreement
entered into with the City of North
Vancouver we start out with a
gross di beiilure debt ol $45,000,
lt will be your duty, at an early
dale, to pass a loan bylaw lo
authorise the issue of debentures
for thai sum. to enable ns to pay
ofl that amount ol the old debt.
There is approximately $2,500 due
to contractors on existing contracts.
The City ol Nortli Vancouver
will pay you $2,000 for your unexpended balance of taxes Ior 1906.
Vou are lo receive $5,000 from the
provincial government, and, approximately, you will have a
balance from the sale of your
bonds. Vou have title to tax sale
lands which ought to realize Irom
$15,000 to $20,000, and these
lands should now all be sold as
soon as possible, to give funds for
the urgently required public works.
There is a considerable sum 0'
outstanding arrears of taxes, a
large proportion ol which will be
paid at an early dale, and J4.74, 32
of released sinking funds.    Add to
a constant care. 1 strongly recommend that we have an experienced
road man in charge o( each ward,
ami that he be given such
assistance as he may Iroin time lo
tune require.
As all new work Bhould l» let
by lender, we will bave to retain
lhe services ol a competent consulting engineer, to prepare plans
and specifications, and 10 superintend the more important works,
aby, at Victoria,  and would  lay this lhe lax revenue of this year
their requests before the authorities to lie levied on a total assessment
there.
Mr. C. 1;. Baldwin, city comptroller, ol Vancouver, who was
present at lhe meeting and was
called upon to make a speecli.
lie said that he had been asked
by the Mayor of Vancouver to convey his and tlie city council's good
wishes to lhe new council, and be
hoped thai tliey would always
work harmoniously together.
Mayor Bethune was unable lo attend and asked lo be excused.
The next meeting ol ihe city
council will be held on Monday
evening, nt 8 o'clock, in the 1 ity
ball.
The Waterworks
tin Wednesday alte mi, alter
the   adjournment   of    iln-    1 ity locutions
council, ihe members ihureol made
II trip lo impel l   llu    ualeii', in labile party comprised His Worship
Mayor   Kealv.   Abb    I'n I,.
Smith,   I". v,   Crickmaj    and
Irwin,   l'il\     Engineer    I "uli I,
Comptroller Baldwin anil a ropr
scnlalive ol Tin- Exi'RRSS,
The waterworks system is in
•4001I shape, but lhe maltei nl
putting in a (liim ni ihe intake in
case  ol  low  Water  will  be   COI1
sidered by ibe water committee.
The wagon road In Iln intake is in
good condition, excepting n small
section northeast ol Froinme's.
As soon as the lumber arrives
crossings will be laid on Thirteenth
street, on cast side ol Lonsdale
avenue, near Mr. Docherty's residence, Also one will be put in
where avenue is graded.
ol $1.397,40s, and you have in
view the funds available lor this
year's business.
Municipal offices—This must be
a subject of careful consideration.
The location of these offices sliould
be such as to benefit the largi 1
area, and be as convenient as
possible lor all. Tiny should be
located in llu- municipality as early
as a suitable choice ol loi alien 1.111
In' niiiile, lml rapid development is
meantime taking place al different
points, inui il would  be bard  to
choosi a Im .iin 1 present ihal
would n 1 1" im "iiu in, ni lor ,1
largi proportion nl those inlere ted
iu mn dislrii 1 \l\ suggi ition is
lhat, Inr mie \i ur ai li iei. tlie
municipal offices I" located in
theCitj nl Ninth Vancouver | ihal
inquiry lie made as in dild n "i
,nul ihal eail, nexl yi .11
1 1 rnpn .il l<<" ' nhn,ill. I lol |'
provnl "I tie 1.io i'.n. i"
Maillla I|a.|l    aa|||< |  |',        | |||       i.|l|.e
nl   1 b lb.    i "lb 1 Ini    anal   , 1
ma; be 1 "iul  I im iiiinin 111 "iii
Ii.nul. ii ,1 ■: I "iiu,  assistant is
nllowiil 1 im as ei,mt i". ilu-
more neci sairj lies yen owing in
tin lateness in making the tax
lew. Almost the wholi routine
work ol ihe year litis in In doni
within 11 period nl sis months.
\ a iin.alal'b" is rcqiliri d, iind lie
may be also die in.I'l tax i ollci Inl".
As Ins district is a very large one.
nnd ihere is increasing need lor
watchfulness, I surest that the
constable  he  given   a   hni-e,   lo
enable him lo n ai h any poinl in a
comparatively short lime,
Tlie increasing number ol public
roads will call lor close attention
ainl care to maintain Ihcni in good
order, and our bridges will also be
Whether you ask for the whole
time of such an assistant or nol
will he lor you lo decide. The
magnitude nud importance ol the
work immediately to be undertaken
may render it prudent to bave tlie
whole time of a competent man
dining this year.
Dr. J. A. Ewart Campbell is
meantime the medical health
officer ol the district at a salary oi
$25 a month, and Mr. W. T.
Stein is auditor at a salary ol $12-
.50 a month, These appointments and salaries will have to be
reconsidered Under the new
circumstances, as will also the
position ol the solicitor. Mr. A.
D. Taylor has, meantime, a retaining fee of $200 per annum.
Public works—Seymour bridge
—Plans and specifications have
been got from Mr. H. C. Carry,
C. E., lor this structure, and these,
with liis report, will be laid before
you. No time should now be lost
in calling for tenders lor this work,
to admit ol it being completed belore tbe winter.
Lynn Creek bridge.—We have
been advised that this bridge
sliould be abandoned, as the site-
is unsuitable, and the structure
has been a cause of continual expense and oft-recurring loss.
The provincial government has
been asked to build a road Irom
Moodyville through district lot
272, and to construct a bridge at
that point. II this work is carried
out, our duty will be to open lip a
road through district lol 204 and
the Indian reserve to the Seymour
bridge, and at an early date wc
hope to require also another road
through district lot 204 to the
bridge across the Second narrows.
Keith road, east.—The opening
of the Seymour bridge will call lor
the repair ol lhe Keith road, cast
ol Ihat river, and lhe heaviest part
of ihat undertaking is thc ere. tion
ol a bridge across a wide and verj
deep ravine. It may call also lor
tin- opening up ol a road Irom end
nl Kcitll mad to Deep Cove, which
is becoming a summer resort n|
some importrnce,
Lynn Valley roads, 1 ask your
in operation t" secure the early
completion "i Sevi nleenth slreet
through In lhe nld lull I mad lo
tin ,. a,1,1,1. ii ervi '.I" id a
is under 1 mi irui tion i" tin 1 a»l
side "i dislriel  lol 6ij    Roads
North li  this road inin I.ynu
Valli \ ' liould Blsobe opened Boon,
lo  give   Convenient   aces'.   Itmn
different 1 li   lo ihe common
Iniiiiil ground li will doubtlesa
be found necessirj lo  1 open
nut BOme nl lb'" (less mad-, in Ibe
I.inn \alby. in en.   iii, 1 inter*
1 miinuiiiii .limn, .mil |o give Bl " "•
to ib ■ rnvinea and canyons on ibe
I.-nu creek,
Hut a load Which  seem-.   In   nn
lo In- urgeiitlj needed in view ol
ihe value ol the land affected, .md
as 11 base lor further work, is 11
1 in.. mad. Irom, say, the bromine
road along llie north homulaiy nl
tin' 1 ity ; and, as Ihis road will
also be ol great value to tin I ily,
Ihey may be willing lo join ill   lhc
expense ol it.   With ibis trunk
has been lound for a road from the
Grouse Mountain trail -or extension ol Mahou avenue—through to
the Capilano dam. This plan nnd
report will be submitted lo you,
and the building ol this road would
open up a large quantit) "I
valuable land (or settlement.
The Ciiy ol Vancouver hnve often
desired iis to join in improving lhe
Capilano road, and this matter
sliould have youi early consideration.
Robson road. This mad, which
is to lorm a low level communi
cation from the city to tlie Capilano bridge, and to give owners
who wish to build on lots iu dislriel
lots H25 and 764 access to their
lands, has already been cleared
and grubbed out to district lot 764.
lt should now be graded as soon as
possible, and when completed,
will form a most valauble improvement.
Keith road, west.—In the near
future the needs of a large district
west of the Capilano, for roads
will be very large. The first step
to be taken there must bc to put
the Kcitli road in as good shape as
possible through to Eagle Harbor,
and this will involve a considerable
amount of rcgrading work, as
many ol the grades are by far too
steep.
Second Narrows bridge.—This
work, which is one ol very
great importance to our district, is
being pressed very strongly on the
attention ol both the federal and
provincial governments, and 1
expect very soon to have to ask
you to appoint delegates to join a
combined deputation to wait on
the provincial government on this
subject.
Tramway extension,—In view ol
tbe franchise held by the li. C.
Electric Rrilway Company, it may
bc well to arrange to wait on them
at an early date, to ascertain what
prospect there isol extending their
system to points now within our
district.
In conclusion, 1 need hardly say
that we have on our hands a task
ol great magnitude. Each owner
over tliis vast area looks to us to
do right by him and his section.
The lirst aim should be to inspire
confidence by our impartiality and
care in the administration ol the
great public trust. We have one
ol the most promising districts in
the province to open up and care
for, auk I think the elfects ol a
Btrong business-like polii y will be
very lar reaching lot prosperity in
its results.
The following standing   coin
mittee! were nominated by tho
reeve ami agreed to 1
Finance,   Mi Naught ainl Nye,
Board ol worki    N\. an.l M<-
N.IIIRlll. a
Board nl health.   Robson and
I'.IVI'.llll
Si biii.li ommitti • Havi on and
Mi Naught.
Board of lii ese 1 u   ioiu 1
C011111 illni'.  Mi N.i.i'lii  ,iiial  Nu-,
and Mi sirs |aa I   Iv iti I A
Dillon Nye, ju iiii e ol the pen 1
The council's next meeting
will be held in lib eve May's offii 1
mi Friday, 14th instant, ,11 , jo
p. in.
Tin ti ed anal ib rk will arrange
with (.'apt, Calis Ior tenancy ol
his building on ilie Esplanade for
pn 'i'lil use as offices.
ii wie, resolved lo ail. lot Iln
resignation ol all the municipal
officials with a vi. w ol a rearrange-
 ni in conseqm ni c nl m w 1 on*
.lilmns.
Api'iu ationi will in  advi rti 1.1
lo report lo lhe next meeting on
works urgently required, ninl mi
contracts now under way,
The reeve and councillors  Rob*
imi and McNnught wme appointed
all la' l.lll",  In  |alill   tllG llcpil til III HI    td
wait upon lhe provincial govern-
nieiit in lhe mallei nl ibe Second
narrows bridgi.
Several plans were passed and
the council adjourned.
Dominion D.iy
The celebration committee met
m the ciiy hall mi Wednesday
night. Geo. J. Pbillippo, lhe
chairman, presided, anil in the
absence ol Secretary McDowell,
C. McKenzie acted as secretary.
The principal business discussed
was transportation and finance.
The committee on these two
matters will get very busy right
away. It is expecled that besides
tlie regular ferry boats that a
number of smaller vessels will ply
between Vancouver and ibis city
on July ist.
The  collecting  committee  are
Strawberries
North Vancouver has several
excellent strawberry gardens. The
berries grown here are classed
with thos, ol Victoria, which have
the r. 1 mil of being the best on the
Const. Among the local growers
in.ii In mentioned S. 1). Scbultz,
Niiilii'iith street and Lonsdale
avenue; II. Radermacher, Twenty-
first street and Lonsdale avenue,
one acre; T. Le Koux. Fifteenth
street, opposite A. II. Diplock's,
quarter acre ; Ex-counnillor Morden, Third street and Lonsdale,
near Second slreet; A. I". Beasley,
corner Fifteenth street and Lonsdah" ; I). J. Kennedy, corner of
Twenty-first street, opposite athletic grounds, on Lonsdale avenue,
half an acre; II. R, Heffell, on
Tenth street, near St. Andrew's
road.
William McColI Dead
Mr. Win. McColl, ol Stevcston,
I. C, died in the general hospital
now ont aud will make calls on the at Vancouver on Thursday morn-
ing, as a result of the injuries lie
received in the Irani car collission
on the Lulu Island line on Wednesday evening. The sad intelligence was received with deep
regret by liis host ol friends and
citizens for funds, which from reports will be available.
The decoration committee reported at lenglh that everything
for it to do hail been arranged, and
only needed the putting up ol the
flags, bunting, etc., to complete
the work. A grand display in this
line is promised. The committee
also urge that the citizens generally
decorate tlic premises, that a
special prize will bc offered for
the best decorated business place.
Athletic Club
On Monday evening the athletic
club held 11 lull meeting in Athli tic
ball. President McKenzie occupied the chair, and Secretary
Campbell was in liis place.
On motion ol K. limes the proposed athletic grounds were approved.
On motion of F. Wheeler and
R, limes the executive committee
was impowered to make arrangements with the B. C, Electric Kail-
way Company re lease ol grounds.
On motion ol R. Hrercton and
K. Innes the executive committee
wi re instrui ted to have a grand
stand 1 rei ted,
Proceedings llu n terminated,
relatives in this province.
He was 55 years ot age, and
leaves a wile and two children.
Ile has been local manager and
book keeper (or the Imperial cannery for many years, and was
previously in partnership with Mr.
George Bain in a cannery at tha
same place. He was a son of Mrs.
George Turner, of New Westminster, Mr. Turner being an
official ol the department of public
works. One son, James McColl,
is engineer on tlic dominion government snagboat Samson ; a brother,
Neil McColl, surveyor, with his
home at Westminster. His sisters
are Mrs. Scbooley and Mrs. Apple-
ton, ol Vancouver, and Miss Jessie
McColl, ol New Westminster,
Mr. Ered Turner, ol North Vancouver, and Mrs. J. R. Grant, of
New Westminster are half-brother
and hall sister. The deceased was
a nephew ol Mrs. J. C. McLagan,
Funeral will take place at New
Westminster on Saturday, the
15th, at 1 p. in., from the Odd-
la How's hall,
Church Notice.
ST, ANOI 1 iV   I'M   I1VTERIAN I IIURi ll
IMU      lllll
Si 1 .ia ■ - will I" 1 onilui li I ai
initial nn s Inj  b)  llu  pastoi
Sunday ^ hool, .:. jo p in.
S. rvici it Moo I\ a iii'- ■ a I ...I al
, i" p. ni.
I'rayei nil c!iiial.
All an web a n ■
Pastoi  Ri    !
Imi'.al.n   al
1 Gillam, M.A
road constructed, it would then be lor the position ol resident work
an easy matter to give any lettlei
access to bis land lying north ol it,
Foothills load.    A survey   has
been made, and a very good road
road loicmati, one for each ol the
two wards, apple ations lii bi ill
before the 19th instant,
The board ol works was ssked
,|       eail .        a III KI II,     L'OKNI
I ,1 MII   ",'.!'     II I -. ! II
.III-
I 1 1. ihird and lourtli Sundrys
Hou  ■ OMMI   I"'., B aii lock.
S I and   fourth   Sundays,
11:30
Services 1 vi ii Sunday morning,
I I 111 Ini li.
Evi in ■. 7:30.
Ml     .   I   I HI .   II,   "IUN',1    HAM,,
1    a|,"    |aU  I      AU'.'   I
S. run St 11 a. 111. and 7:JIJ
p. in by Rev. Pr. Robson 1 Sunday school nml bible class, 3:30
p. in, Subjei 1 ol evening bi rmon,
"The Greatest Peril ol North
Vam ouver." Freo scats. All
cordially invited.
The Board ol License Comiiiis-
sionors Im the District ol Nortli
Vancouver met on Wednesday
■ vi inn'.' in the oihci ol the Reeve.
I be onl) business transai ted was
llu I. newing ol the lici nsc of
th. Capilano hotel, Those present
wi ie Keevi May, A I). Nye, JI'.,
i innn illni', Nye and Councillor
Mi N [hi I be otlu r Commissioner, b.vi' ■ vi Iv ith, was absent,
ii pn .ent iu the old country.
A Inui lool nh walk will be con-
iim. ti al on llu ' asl side ol  Lonsdah  avenue,  limn   Fifteenth  to
S. \i uti 1 nib nc ti, as soon .is the
lllllllll I  .Ilia.
I In timiili ipal council will meet
tonight in ihe hall (Cates stop ),
on ilu" Esplanade.
I be main Iriends nnd acquain
lames ol R, II. Bryce, who has
a.  I  11  I nlllllla a|   (l,   || IB  1(10111   fOT S0II1C
lime, will be pleased to learn that
he is now ahh lo leave it and go
down -lairs al the Hotel North
Vancouvi r,
There is mom in North Vancouver lor a lew more automobiles.
Joe Saullcr leaves in a lew days
to i ommence work on bis claims
ni ar the Britannia mine. THE EXPRESS/NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS,
North Vancouver, B, C,
A Weekly Newspapci    Publislicil by
THE EXPRESS PRINTING CO.
Subscription, fl a year.
was a good deal ol a mail.   lie|        Aldermen Elected
I  his  shrewilni ss and   up-
pi"a ' i ilia"! n| iln- presenl orth i   b)
■ ii..i i  "i  land  ileal
ciiy, anal l'iiu i ii b on ihe  un
arned increment.    I lad bis nil cc
^_^_^______^^^^^^^'l1''1   _     1 'I lilt: I  I'.i.inl   '1    in     him.
As piinteil   elsewhere   in   ibis llie)   might   havi   shared   in   hisji   •',
,   m   llu   ia potts ol tie   „i, , in ■    ' hv. In which  ci
ol   till    ll' W   I Olllll ils   sbuw   til il
il a na wly-el      ' ■   lii    ,ii.  alivi
la. the best interests .ai  tin   . ilj
The    n        i I    talepayei
should  he grntilii ai ai  ihi .   and
do all llu .   can  lo  fosb i
,i   progti policy.   '1 In    ..il
Iress   I Ri eve M ij  and tin   re
marks ol Mayoi Kealy should In
ubiai  1 North
Vancouver.
II
I'niitin I Irom l.iisl Week,
While Hi ni', (ieorge was at iha"
" What Cheer House," an Eng
lish traveller addi d a volume lo
the little library, "Buckle's History "I Civilization." W wlw ird
tried a ri id tha- book, but [ailing
to beconn inti n sb al in it, between
serving the soup and fish, banded
it to a waiter, saying, " Here, givi
it to that red bead printer: he can
gi t  ii thing out ol it il anybody
can."
Henry Georgi took the bo ik lo
his room, and thai night sat reading it until two n'i lock in the
morning. That statement ol
Buckle's, " A.l.in, Smith's ' Wealth
ol Nations' bas influenced civilization more profoundly lhan any
book  ever  written,   save   none,"
ni'.. in whii li casi . " I'm-
r.      -na!   1'nia ii",     wenl I  never
have In i e wrilli ii.
rabh   year id
iMii.     Iba     lb,ui    nl    Henry
ia    i      was  with iba   union   be
■ ninl in i nihil,    lie t.al.l
ll <i behind llr kitchen
bun I b i niiswei was .i ilnn.I nl
li .ii-.. .iii.l a call In linn-. I he :..■
siill wa. lliul the il \i iii Iii the
couple stole mil, and made iheil
way lu ,i Meibodisi parsonage,
'. In i'a the) wen married.
I lenry (li urgi was n uniiiall) a
inui" i nl lhe Methodist i biirch,
bul I mii il nl Thomas Paine
....a. more in his liking "The
wi rid is ni) . ouiilry ; mankind are
l ml lo do good is my m
ligi -m.' I In' young lady was a
i atholii, and sn th, pn ai her coin-
promisi .1 by reading tbe Episcopal
uin'. The only witnesses
were the minister's wife and Henry
George's chum, Isaac Trump, " I
didn't call h youi friend's name,"
ii , I the : .mi-iei in lilling out the
■ mii;.i a . i rtificate. '• I. Trump,"
was the reply. " 1 observe you
do," wns the answer, •• but oblige
mc with the gentleman's name."
I here are three great epi chs in
life birth, death, marriage. The
lirst two named you cannot avoid.
Since lile i"  a si qui in a,  no one
hollowing lirst six wen eleceed
cUIcimen Ior llie Ciiy ol Noilh
Vancouver Insl Saturday ;
Irwin   ny
 ioij
1   "//
Dick  ii).i
Emery  176
Cm kmny   170
Wheeler   16b
Webster.  lao
McDowell     y8
Mills    511
At I lolel North Vancouver.
'^mmmaWmmmmmmm^
i
i
The Newly-erected Store
Corner Alii and Lonsdale Ave.
Will III:
OPEN SATURDAY
cm 'an mmm
1 nn say what would have hnppcni
ha I  nol   ibis  01   that   occurred
Mis.  George proved an   honest
11     !.  helpful wife,    lb r con
sc-rvatism curbed the resth ss spi
This weeb's arrivals wore:
11  II   Middlctoii,       Vancouver
0. Huliy,
A. II. Finrud,
A. Hodge,
W, Calder,
Miss M. d. Corbett, "
A. li. Black,
IL. Mil. hell aud parly,
II. W. Mallctt,
Geo. II. Parker,
llu is. livans, "
T. II. McN'icbol,
E, W. Cunningham, "
II. A. Vouiliill,
F. Olsen,
II. Spn\ nei, "
C. U. Gilbert, "
C. H. Prentiss, "
J. W. Mason,
\V. M. McClellan,
Win. Stein, "
W. II. Cowley.
John Long, "
Will. A. I bluer,
Wm J. Gralmic,
II. Carter,
Jehu Day,
Wm. Fi Itz,
W. II. Miller,
I
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PROMPT ATTENTION   |
\ F. W. Templer & CQ |
PATRONIZE
the
BOARD OF TRADE
BARBER SHOP
Lonsdale Avenue,
near corner of First street
Reliable Grocers.
ax,
iN.
in
11> iii-ii,iii'
iiuirisl
Rcsorl
Palace Hotel
Hesl furulslied Hold un the Coast
■HM*-**--*
irnts:
i.",ii|iiiii.iii
nnil I |i
Special Rotes tu Families und Regular llu.ii dors
UnlMiour ferry connection to nnd from
Vancouver, Hol nnd cold wntcr in every
room.   Return call  bells in every room.
REDA & ANDRUSS, Proprietors
Siimmi Street-   - ■   NORTH   VANCOUVER, B, C,
BATHS
CIQARSand TOBACCOS
B1RT CAMPBELL
Prop.
iok   evei   iviuieii,    p.i.a..   inn.' ,
caught the young primer's alien- of hcr ■•■"band and gave hi   mint
(jon I time   to   ripen,   for   until    hi
The a. xt day he looked in the
library Inr the " Wealth ol
Nations," and sure enough, ii was
there' lie began (ai ri ad, He
read and re-read, And whctlu r
Buckle's statement 1- corrci t 01
not, this holds: Adam Smith's
'• Wealth ol Nations" infliu
Henry George more profoundly
than any book he evei read.
Henry (ii orge was   nol  yi 1  iiu
iiiinielrmn lhc gold-fi vei mii robe,
and sen ral linn s was lured
into the mountains,   " grub 11 ik
ing " a man willi  hopi   plus and
se. ii ts as ' hi bearing i|
that would p,nul;.."' the world.
When I'a'.-ui'i 'im'  we  bud u 11
young in.11 one ol six printer     I
bought mil the  livening  /oiirnal.
Henry George was foreman ol llu
1    111, but I    .   -  hand
marriage the ideals ol the Front
revolution were strong in his
heart. 1 Ic saw the evils ol life
and was intent on changing them.
The Catholic faith is an elastic
nne, both esoteric and exoteric,
and lliosi who are able can lain
the poi tia view nf dogma instcat
ol the literal, il they prefer,
Hour; George and bis wife tooli
th 1 t nil or symbolic view, am
moved steadily lorward in tin
middle ol lhc road, lie was loo
■ title imd cousidi rule to rpiote
Volutin .mil Rousseau at inopportune imi' r, and she sustained and
< I bis mental indepen
ib in 1 All nl which is here
ll in lool on the soft
P '. iih un thought "I
I aa: i.i   11  icnt lo the
1 .::: '     i litlellieil   with
... '-li 1 lid  marry  ladies
l-ICll Will IC.    ^^j^j^ja^j^j^.^.^.^,^,^,^^^^^^^
;       I     I       v'i""'     '   "' ll"   ' ;llllolil   l,cr
..     . a :■
greeineiil lhat   .ill   should      '    ■   ' marriage Ur
havi an in tin   pa
cl   the   papei     Ib n 1   wi      1 1  l'":"
."ib     in     a
1    l    .I Ihiis a weak.
tb a all wi
I i ntnl   poinl
■ ''     •
nothin
I       l".    So I ".dull
illg nil llll   I
Wi atin 1 aa   I the hiingrj tli
I In 1
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Iiiibiii     lb : ry (i
t\        a   : 1 debt   111
iu   love,    lb,     "Whal    1
Hon tight loi
gi llii     ' lml
go into Im iim     loi youi ell  11 is
dillefi   t, and George I       1 be,ml
With a pin aie fan
'I he 1 idy in lhe ca di
Fox, wanl an 1 iiii - ■
lord with whom  the  impecunious
printl led     Allllii   1    :•.   anal
our printi 111.11 "D
hold Hook nl Poetry,   v lib In ad i
i lose   1 igi tin i     I be il li
hupp' ned   ih''    li 1 id        ' pool
their  poverty  in  tin   inli 1
progn   i,   To  ask   ll    .    ,1
Im his blesi • ' i    ;■ "I llie
qUl   -llllll,    ill    I'il   "a",    'll.
tin printi 1 was two wi
in his board.   The girl had llu
provi ibi.il a lotlu , on In 1 Inn I,.
Math, w McClosky, the  uncle,
Mysterious Disappearance
I   laa II        |a   II         liSiippi   .llillll I"
aal      Ml I
lier   Iiii hand  ami 11    '    1    id
"i      ', I i
1   1  'i il d nl 111     ly I
Oil  Tilcsda       ei
r 111 ■■. home .11 y>.'
I, \ a. .m I v.a m
v.:i tov 11 Im ihe purpose ul
proi aim. ne 1111 lii iim loi hei
Imir niolllbs-old baby,  ami   sinci
" "    " llO  I .   "      lia  I'll     I'  en,
IK-i       hand had jusi   n lurm 1
a   a   I.I lllHII ibl
; I    ll 1 I    he' il   ' 011     '
.1  crushed  loot. Ml
Lii  Im   have I" ■ 11
11 d  over  bet bus*
a '. lion,
Ues Moines
Montreal
Toronto
Winnipeg
A. 11. M. Clark,     Seymour creek
At the Palace Hotel.
Guests this week were as lullows
J. M. Duval, Lynn Creek
C. lb Sherman,
li, Brown,
[as, Lrail.ui,
Pi
jrtlaiid, Ore
A. Armstrong,
J, Wakefield,
li. McGarvey,
Dawson
C. L. llii knian.
Vancouver
II. S. Schaffer,
Seattle
G. C. Shaw,
Victoria
C. Olson.
Edmonton
S. Pritclinrd,
Vancouver
F, L. Cardell,
"
W. Alhnaii.
<i
('. Barnes,
Victoria
Rev. R. Wilkinson,
Fernic
Lb"V. A. II. Sovereign,
Vancouver
A. Hrbbs,
Calgary
W. Ii. Brown,
Adder
grove, II. C
|. Morris.
[Chili
I-I. J. Rose,
Vancouver
Allen Abroad.
I \ . ninn illni P, A. Alb u is now
11 lioou Virginia, coiinl) 1 ivan]
ln-1 ami Writing lo Tin 1 a.
In , iys llinl hi is in tin beat nl
In alih When he landed on the
id .aal. howi vi 1, In had Im I ill
llesh in pounds, .md li h llinl by
the time he returned b Ni rlli
\ am ouvei In would In  fil loi tin
nu 11 11. bul ■   :..    In Iiii .
1 ui avoirdupoisi.   "\\ hi 11
the yellow 1 1 ' llii ki III     1 1 n
1 oiiiing down llu   iu id,   I
"llii ■. I ni. Ily in "11 awaj      I b
sp iik highly nl lhe Bhowing madu
bj tin (anadiansal llu gn .it Dublin < xhibilion, and met 1    old
li lends and ■ ncipiaiiitancus, all ol
win,in me eager to know aboui
British i olumbia.
ED TO
'URCIUM
&CA i\_\_\    Worth ol North Vancouver
-^•jU)Uvu Property [or Clients   ,  ,
Owners arc requested lo call at our ollice, or
mail a list with lull description and particulars
as to prices und terms.
We can guarantee sales il prices are right,
anil we. are given sole agency.
Give this your immediate attention il you
wish your property transformed to cash.
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO. Ltd.
SEEDS,
TREES,
PLANTS
No Seedless Plums, No Pltless Apples
Nu Coblesa Corn—Jusi old reliable var*
lotli'8 at reasonable prices. Fertilisers,
Boo 8ii|iplic8i Spray Pumps, Spraying
Material. Cut Flowers, etc, Oldest es'
tftblisbed nursery on tbo mainland ol
liriiisb Columbia.  Catalogno tree,
M.J.HENRY'S
MUSI KIIS AND SCEDHOISES.
VANCOUVER, 11. 0.
P. S.—If your local merchants do not
handle my needs. Baud direct.  Wo pre*
pay llfty packets, asBOrted varlotlaa ol
garden si'i'ils iu live cent papers (touted
Block) to your nearest postolllce tor fl ;
twenty packetn fur Wl cents. Trial cob
lection.
[01
Till..
Corner Lonsdnlo Ave. nml Fifth St.
NORTH VANCOUVER
I iveuir  eililimi   of   Tin
,  in  I on 11   nl   lhc   in-
lion nl llie Ciiy ol  Norlh
. 1      ivei   and   I b minion   d 1)
will appi .11   hortl)
WE CAN
Sell Your Real Estate-Rent Your
House—Invest Your Money in
Mortgages at Good Interest.   .   .
A BIG BARGAIN IN 273
NEAR THE WATER
Wf£ ARE THE PEOPLE
To See,  if  You   Wish   to Buy   in
Norlh Vancouver	
EVES & LAWSON
I hotiipsnii lib" l>
I'llll! I   li
NOK'I II VANCOl \ I.ii.
When you want
a job of Painting
or Paper Hanging
or Kalsomining
done.   See
Hardy & Stoney
Sixth Street
NORTH   VANCOUVER.
Evangelist l'\ C Coleman, from
Intario, will preai h at iln Mi llio
li ai si i ,n, . iii  lhc Orau .   li ill,
Lonsdah avi nue, on Sunday, ibtli,
ai 11 a  in, and 7130 p in.   All in*
I'bcre i" lurned from lhc Ok 11*
' ■ mnli'.' today \\ dtei (in a n,
who has in  down as a witmss
in tin   libel i-iiii broughl by lhc
ll'. 1 i against iln /V<i inee.   lie
■.ie bo it ol health,
(I
A  SURVEYOR'S  BOOT
A   PROSPECTOR'S  BOOT
In lllroiuiil (lood Bool
lllitck KiiuIIkIi 'Iiniii nr 'I'nn
, i..,"i.li/a'.l Calf, Double Hub'
Kxtension  Heel,  II   Y.   IV,
Saino as I boni Sowed,
B*K
Rolled Oats
Flour
llaij and Teed
Seeds
ALL ORDERS
DELIVERED
11 ..-Brackman Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Harry Mitchell, local manager,
Lonsdale Avenue.
Flue, henltli)' Tomato and
Cauliflower Plants, grown Irom
Sutton's Seeds, always on hand.
PYKE'S   SHOE   STORE
51b HASTINGS STREET W.
If you arc going to BUILD
or do any ALTERATIONS
consult uh anil ive will
gave you MONBY.
Plans, lie,,   prepared  lor  any
style house.  I stimulus furnished
1, instil
BUILDERS     6th St., West THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Lonsdale Estate
Dist. Lot 265
Id the Ci+y of North Vancouver
This property goes on the market on Tuesday morning next. It will be the Industrial and Business section of the City, when the rail
rond is built. The B. C, Electric Railway runs directly through the Lot. giving the same service as in the rest of the City. Buy inside property
at lirst prices, while you havo the chance. The V., W. & Y. Railway has filed plans on 36 acres on the South half of this Lot, for station,
yards, etc.
Sole Agents
Robert Ward £• Co. Ltd. Ltv.
Pbone 279
Financial, Insurance and Estate Agents
Corner Hastings and Homer Streets
Est. 1660
-J
1)0.
Subscribe for The Express.
The executive committee ol the
athletic club met the representatives ol the I). C. Klectric Railway
Company, namely, Messrs. Iiun-
liury, Milne and Glover, on Tuesday night, and the lease agreed
upon lor the. grounds, to run lor
live years, witli option ol renewal.
Mrs. II. Seidell Anthony, ol
Fresno, Cab, writing Thk ExPRRSS
and renewing lier subscription,
says that she expects to make a
home in Nortli Vancouver in the
near luture, and takes this means
of becoming acquainted with conditions, etc., prevailing here.
A new store will be built nud
opened up at the corner ol St.
Andrew's avenue and First  street.
Complaint is being made tlmt
the road is almost impassible on
Lonsdale avenue, near Twelfth
street.
Waniiih. liy 1 young lady,
position as lady's help . North
Vancouver preferred, Address,
II. P., Bxpkrm office.
The steamer St. George was
laid oll lor boiler inspection
yesterday.
The line new tug lioat just built
at Wallace's ship yards here, lor
Macdonald & Marpole, will bc
launched tomorrow evening.   The
vessel, when the engines nre put in
place, will be worth $40,000. She
is 100 leet long, ll leet wide, with
12-foot hold. The engines are
triple expansion, 250 horse-power.
Mr. 1'. lilliott, the foreman of lhe
work, snys that she is one of the
best built lug boats on the Coasl.
She was slatted in February,
Smith Brothers will erect lhc
proposed bridge at Mosquito
creek.
LOTS
?0 x 240
$300
Close to saw mill and plank road ;
ten minutes Irom car; only $300.
Also a lew 14 acres for $200;
terms, IO/' down, $10 per month.
House to let, 6 rooms, all conveniences ; splendid view. Also
one lor sale; $500 cash and Jao
per month.
Two perfectly cleared lots on Lonsdale Avenue
$900 each
WESTERN  CORPORATION,  LTD.
Ojob printing at Tub Kxi'ress.
The Porl Essington Sm, a new
weekly paper, circulating in
Northern British Columbia, has
leached this ollice. W. J. McKay, proprietor, cl. af. lt is a live
tour-page newspaper, and should
succeed, ll will, too, il hard work
nud push will mnke it so, lor
" Mac" is 11 newspaper hustler
from 'way back. We wish Ihe
new venture every prosperity.
A. Johnson, who arrived hero
yesterday Irom neat llazellon,
says that the lull wheat there put
iu lasl yen is now ubout 15 inches
high.   This is an experiment.
A large numbti ol people went
up to the Capilano today,
Several iu Iiunl ol real estate
this week were looking over
district lot J<>5, cast ol the Mission,
which goes on the market Tuesday.
District lut 1105, west ol Mission,
will be put on the market on Tuesday.   See advertisement.
The price of saw logs has been
reduced.
At present building is busk in
North Vancouver.
A common drunk with plenty
ol money forfeited Ids bail this
morning nt lhe police com I
Subscribe lor Tin. Exi'RKSS,
A public meeting will bc held in
the Orange hall on Wednesday,
19th, at K p. 111., in the interests of
temperance. Addresses by city
pastors and other temperance
workers, recitations, etc. All invited ; especially those interested
in temperance work.
A new bridge over the creek is
being put in on tlie Esplanade,
opposite ilu*. new municipal hall,
near the Hotel North Vancouver.
NORTH VANCOUVER FERRY & POWER CO,, LTD,
Summer Time Table, iy.>7
LEAVING VANCOUVER
CITY:
STEAM FIR
ST. 0EOR0E,
•11.00 A. M.
•6.45   "
aS.OO       "
8.10 "
11.30 "
10.15 "
11.15 "
12.15 KM.
1.15 "
2.16 "
3.15 "
4.15 "
6.15 "
6.15 "
7.25 "
8.16 "
9.15 "
10.15   "
•11.80  "
STEAMER
N.   VANCOUVER,
11.45 A.M.
10.45 "
11.45 "
12.45 P.M.
1.45 "
2.45 "
3.45 "
4.45 "
6.45 "
6.45 "
LEAVING   NORTH VANCOU
VER CITV:
STEAMER
ST.  OKOROE,
•6.80 a! M.
•7.20 "
8.20 "
11.00 "
9.45   "
10.46 "
11.45 "
12.45 P. M.
1,45 "
2.45 "
3.45 "
4.46 "
5.45 "
B.-I6 "
7.45 "
8,45 "
9.45 "
10.45  "
•11,45 "
STEAMER
N.  VANCOUVER.
10.15
11.15
12.15 I
1.15
2.16
3.15
4.15
5.15
11.15
7.15
A.M.
M.
' Nol mi Sunday.
MEN'S
FURNISHINGS
TAILORING  AND
BOOTS  AND  SHOES
1 lur new I bile arc here ;
our Spring   Woollens   lire
here, Our iloro and every*
llilng therein li new, lirixht
nml cheerful, iini prices
arc right.
Patrlonlia H.,m*> Induilry
CARL WOLF
rnoMwoK Hi.'KK, • LONSDALE AVK,
JAS. GRAHAME & CO.
Painters and Paperhanobrs
MtlRAL Decorators
Orainers   Glaziers   Sions
LONSDALE  AVENUE,
Oro, 13 tn Street.
Capilano Hotel
CAPILANO   DAM
Everything new and modem, (111111111111; all tin
luxuries ol a metropolitan hostlory, Elevation 500
leet above sen level. Idcallj situated for people
wishing an exhiliarating climate, beautiful mountain
scenery and climbing, ami good fishing and shooting
A lew hours Irom the summit ol Mourn Crown nnd
ihe I.ions.
lally-lio meets eai connecting wilh 1/15 liny,
ni liewicke avenue, returning between 6 nnd 7 p.m..
Hilling at the Iwo canyons nud the suspension I'inl 0,
allowing time lor inspection,
I-JATI5S:   -$J.5<> to $3.00 Per Dny
SPECIAL   RATES   TO   FAMILIES   AMI    UK'.Cl.All
BOARDERS
DICKSON W. KELLS, Prof,
TEl.ltl'HONIC 1041, NOKTIl   VANCOUVER.
J. W. BALMAIN
Civil.   KNOINBBR
AND  ARCHITECT
Plans, Quantities, Level,
Superintendent-, nl Constroctloi
Fourth Stun, Cornrr Loxsuli Ats,
NORTH VANCOUVER,
G. E. JORGENSEN
flail latin-*- ttt a 1. tta, Urntte
'most vu
soptrl uin. [un „i ConitruclloD  Man*, u
li'V!,,uZ;,'"""ol """"I(""'''' MmWMI
ol SiiImIIvI.Iun.
sh Haitian si. w
lllucprlu
•   VANCOIIVER, B. C.
A. A. CROWSTON
GENERAL   BROKER.
Insuranci   |n aii „, Brancliti.
Mining.    Placer and Hydraulic
TiMBtn   Hardwood. Cadir ind Ut.
Manacir roa THC Commi n, mi
PnoriCTlvt ASINCV.
Olfleel Flrat3l.,e.olLoind»l» Ave.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
SMOKE me
TERMINUS CIGAR
CLEAR   HAVANA FILLED
Till';   SOCIAL
I 'I (' I  (I I 'I I  s I    II I  1 11   (
tiiiini; mm
coiirriionr, iiia'M' Renting, etc,
All  KllllllOl  111:1J. S'l|a|llita|  nil  «liai||  N„||C(.
11, William
om-.tr::» Powell st.
VA.SX'dl'VKIi, ti. C,
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DctlONI
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, wil Ail     hX    _~ietSn
Scientific Sitiicau.
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I r UL wtiiiiiii h. n. 1
W. NICHOLSONLAIUY
AKIHIlin
Temporary Office  1. Cudnej'i
Pilot Shop, Bsplinsde.
Nhhiii Vam 01 rift.  B,  C.
FarriiT-SerKranl Jiin hill
AMIA.OI BUIlDl**        orNKAL SMITH
Monst SHonria  »   ("cciaIT/
I'Ri.KM   CASES  AI'I'I.V
Sixth Btnel Tender SlKSl
North Vsncouver      Vsncouvir, D. C,
R, II. Tab'.. M|r,
glxth MI..-1, Nmi ill VAS00UVBR THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
LIST YOUR
PROPERTY
villi is for
QUICK SALE
A. SMITH & CO.
JUNCTION   BLOCK
NORTH VANCOUVLR.
i-. A,--'"■-. -
SEE -*>
EISENMAN
llll S1UMP SPKIALIS1
Stumps and
Rock:-; Removed
Without D.image
to Buildings
Cam "i   \
W C. EISENMAN,
Junk* Avi ".i i   inu 14111 St.
NOR'I II VANCOUN liR
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EXAMINATIONS  loll   INSI'liCTOI!    Ill
STI'.AM Hull. 1.11- AS I' MM IHNI UV,
'I'iik ciii'Nt'ii, in nn-; msTiiii 1
I a.i Nurlh Viniriiiivi r iuviles li|i|di-
cation* lair lhe I'l'-iliini- nl residi'lit,
working! Iloml l-'iircinnii nne Inr eiii'li
ward.   Apl'ly Pttttiui: wilury i'X|iecli'd,
i'^ii^ilnn-.iM'illMiirlniriniaM-'anna."   lui'l    llllll    l'X|H'rll'iiri',    llllll    l-'ivilljl     Sllillll'll"
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EXAMINATIONS tor Haa"  tn-sltl 1    1      II
p, rpcctdrsolSii'Hin lloikT* un.l Mrtcliliiiiry,
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liirniiT 11111-1 I'" ii"ii I. "'ir "'li lllli'il III.
lmlI11IM IIiiiii .Iini" Iilil.  Xalmii'-, IIIII mi'i 111''
I"'r tllOlltl),
JOIIS lll'K.
Ohiei Inspector nf Jliiilli-ierj',
.Y.'ai" ))',.! mi llf!::, H. (.'.
Huh Jinn' enrrcni, ai tlic District Muni*
lii.al (lllli'c, Snrlli Vancouver.
Ai.nv  1" t, 1 iii-.
0, M.I'.
NOTICE.
MllTICK IS IIKIIKIIY tilVKN
-' lliul lliirly dny* niter date 1 in
tend ln;i|i|ilv In ll"1 Hmi. I'liii'i Colli-
ml■liuner ni l.iuiila iiiid Works fur |)ur*
iiii-siini Inr 11 apodal lii'cnsc, in cul und
i'hitv iiwny timber [ruin Iliu lollim-lnn
ile-."lilu'd liindi, "ilieiii'il In lhe l.'onsl
ali.-llial:
('.iiiiiiii'iii'iiii.'iil 11 |i'i"l marked 1'. II,
C, iilnnteil l'u dial 11" weal of oiitrniiooto
renlli'lic lim, llii'iu'i'KO dialllfl north,,
tliuiice8t)I'luiins west, ilu'iii'i' sn cluilim
-.aiiili, ilu'iii'i" nlong ImicIi Io linlnl ol
i-niiiiiii'iii'i'iiii'iil, cniiliiiiiliig Hln mn-.
11 r Ion?.
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mm m\ mm torn
Ini'   our   sir.0   we    Inive
mn" ul ilie lini'-l mill liost
-iiu"i,s in r.iiiisii t'liiiiiiiiiiu.
We lire Im in",  in llll   I'X*
li'imlxo st.ii'k ol
UP-lO-OATI UlfOmtlONS
iair tlio ureal i'1'leliriiliiiii on
Dominion Day.   Wc open
tin-Ill  ll|i   Iiest  Hi'i'll.    All
funic ainl inspi'i'l.
Mm, 11  A. Sinn
Cor. 2nd ond
Lonsdale Ave,   -   N. VANCOUVER
ELDER,  MURRAY  CO.
Vancouver •.diirrss:
,i(,K,,,,,,,,isM.     WEEKLY 1,1st
Thorn* 117.
Week tiuiinii .iiini' -!ki.
Norlh VA0C0HV8f I
Junction i-iiukx
'Phone 37.
NORTH VANCOIVIR
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211 ,11 :■■■-, I .' 11.iir Iiunl Wnt."tii-iii
A <t«-im.i. to fo lilnrh Hem I.-hi-'Iii..- Avcllllv.
1 A.-n't.u 1 ith ,-t . 1 low in,inu fool ...'-iliuit'i, i'ini »]ahIic*i.
:„::,     1   nttiiwn Unr-lens i»M|m-ity, nil clenrcil,
■_ii iin.1.1- Inti, rUv 11 >xl i'J mrner, riHi snlt.
I .4, • 1,. imcil hoiiw, new, Imlil Im owner, cloio lo wlinrl.
LOU Ili'M-' on 'imi'"- nveiiiii    rermi en*}
10 MOTH   MM'llts   \M) OTIItR&l
■WOO \\. \  ■ . 1 uillilltt ol 11 very title piece ol
lirttpurt) rut bracing Itnmo nnu mwrlj Hnnd :; t new ol
I   (ground :   ii' on lun mnln lourIM rouic l" llie (.'nnyoni,
I   uml . i'ini Snriii Vmi ver whirl
II you arc going to BUILD
or do any ALTERATIONS
i'iili-illl us iiiiii (ve will
-live yuu MOXKY.
Plans, Etc,   prepared   tor  uny
sulc house. Estimates furnished
III. HSU I Ml
MULDERS     (Hli St., West
1)0.
I'lnii" Smith, Nanaimo, wns here
mi Wednesday, lie thinks that perhaps llie lllack Diamond City will
in liiiie he ns good as Xortli Van-
couver. lini'il for Smith.
A. W. Davits. I."ii(l"ii. nm..
was registered at Hotel North
Vancouver tl*is. week. Although a
firm believer in the I'orest City, he
says ilwi lie thinks that our new
[town suits him better,
Day
BRATN
166?
190?
NORTH VANCOUVER
The Greatest Demonstration
of the Year
WATCH THIS SPACE
Tor Particular.*
(;. J. Phillippo, Chairman
M. S. McDowell, Secretary
W. |. Grahame, Des Moines,
In,, wns registered at Hotel North
Vancouver lliis week,
Rev, W. Welding Wilkinson,
I'Ciuii-, nml Rev. A. II. Sovereign
Vancouver, wen." registered at llie
Palace hotel lliis week,
A. 1 lulili'.. Calgary, |yiid lhe
lown a visit on Monday.
A, R, Brown, AM. rgrove, 13, C,
wns registered at llie Rnlai c hoii I
tllia weeli.
The municipal hall wi|| I""
located in Capt. Cutis' place, on
ihe Esplanade, neat Hotel North
Vancouver, until lurther notice.
I'\ W. Tempter & Company
open tomorrow, Corner Eighth
and Lonsdale.
We are glad to see per lhe
Province lhat the population of the
City ol North Vancouver, including Vancouver, is now 71,600.
Mrs. M, A. Forgarth, ol Seattle,
nml daughter, w.is here yesterday.
John F, Jinkensen, Portland, an
old-time roailroad man, on his way
lo Birmingham, Eng., paid North
Vancouver a visit yesterday. His
sister, Mrs. M. A. Wilson, accompanied him. They visited this
place and old Iriends, and will be
back during the month ol September,
1". V. Siitliile, ol Los Angeles, a
former Ottawan, came ovei per the
Y., W, & V. express yesterday,
Irom Seattle. He lelt [or Calgary
and Winnipeg points the same
day.   lie will return in September.
Mrs. Shannon, ol New Denver,
was a visitor in the city lliis week.
F, W, Templet & Company
open tomorrow, Comer Eighth
and Lonsdale,
Placards have been posted
pointing the way lo the Grouse
mountain trail,
Mr. Shoup is running a tunnel
on his copper properties, about
eight miles Irom North Vancouver,
Quite a number ol people from
Manitoba have heen in the city
during the past wceh.
The Saturday Sunset will appear
Saturday in Vancouver, For a
lirst issue il will he tht* lines! paper
ever published in British Columbia.
'I he in w store occupied by F.
W. Tiinplei \ Company opens
tomorrow with a complete line ol
groceries, nnd everything to be
((iniul in a first (lass store, I In
situation is especially convenient
10 lllOSe living nil   llie   top   of   llie
hill, and we bespeak   foi   Mi
Templar am cess.
I , \\. I em plai S Compan;
open lainiaaiiuw (ninii Eighth
and Lonsd lie
Olivei Wcndall Holmes-John-
son. ni Mnsr.ai liusetts, who is on .1
dip around tin   world,  paid the
town   1 ',I   ll Ull We.Ill'Sllill
I x 11111111 liim   I'    \     \llen   has
,111m .1 iu Dublin 11 K    Un May
'ISI   III     ,Ilia   llili  l|   ||ll     Ili'I   a      I   lllll.a'II
lie ie, mul'. ij'9 111 writing in lhe
poi 1 in isti 1 here, llinl the Canadian
exhibit was hi Im ibe besl on lhe
grounds, And what " Pal" does
nol know aboui exhibition! is not
worth knowing, lie is having a
good time,
J1 I 01 nl the Cabinet hotel,
Winnipeg, brother to our local
townsman Harry Fogg, paid lhe
city a visil ..11 Wednesday, lie
|i It lot Victoria yesterday, and
will return to the Prairie City next
week, lie ij . thai llritisli
Columbia is a great country, yel
In 1. mil.ue.l will, bis own eil\.
>       I iVIAKE A SPECIALTY OF
%m—~2—2~~mv,x'-"j$®~~~t
tAl
-; - V-ffPa. 1.
I lii'lii'W llllll Ndl'lll VllllCOUVt'l' llil:;
1111 iiiiiiirii-i' future, nml llinl lliero
will lie inoiv money nintle in Iniul
lieiv limn in nny Mini' sculion in
British Ciiliunliiii. I hnvo LOTS
iTtM SALE m nil |iiii'ls nf Llio
Tnwii.siU'. If you linvu LOIS TO
SELLj, conit' in mi' I will liml
you iiuitIiiimts t|uickly.
S.G1NTZBURGER
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
Ui\ Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
V^%*WVWV'iA A^j^^^sA^AAA^-
Rainier Beer^>
Is ;i glorious beverage—quenching nnd
satisfying. Reiimmbei' there's no other
"just as good"—insisl on getting Rainier,
PACIFIC  BOTTLING WORKS
Vancouvei*, H. C.
Bank of British North America
ESTABLISHED   1836
XI'. ol tin- oldest banks doing business in
ihis country,
.Hi Uriini'lii's iii Canada nml lhc I'nileil States,
A general banking business transacted.
Mono)1 Orders IsSlieil payable  anywhere   in
Canadn, United States or Great Britain.
Drafts bought nnd sold.
Prompt niieiition given to collections.
Savings Bank Department— Deposits of *t.oo
mul  upwards  received,   Interest paid  every
llirco months.
OHico, Cor. 1 onstl.ilo \ve. and Esplanade, North Vancouver) B. C.
II. K. Hi 11111. Manager.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co.,Ltd.
Owing in change ol the ferry time schedule lollowing will
obtain:
I'litsi Si cri i
Leaving Qui i nsbtiry Avenue nt 5:30 n. 111., 11:30 a. 111., 7:55
and five minutes to tlie hour until 10:55 p. m.
Leaving Keith Road nnd Forbes Avenue nt (i:oo n. in.,
7:111), ,1. in.. R:25, nnd .'j minutes past the hour
until 11.55 p. 111, .
I.iiX'.ii-ii. Avi'.M'i:
Cars will run everj 20 minutes.
All boats arc mot by the cars,
Hotel Mwlh Vancouver.
(1 land
11 mi ist
Resort
Up iiiilnie
Rates:
s.' 00 per
Dny
nud up
Special
llllll s loi
l"';iinili( s
nml
Regular
Hoarders
Ferry Service I very lloll Hour to .nul Irom Ihis Hotel
to Vancouver, P. Larson, Prop.
IIM-:   LARGE   JUICY   HURRIES
GROWN HY MR. RADERMACHER
Prices \lw.iys Kijjhl
J. A. McMILLAN, Grocer
A. I'.. I'm kniny si lis mily de*
vclopetl, ct]tlippcd and proven
Mining I'ropi rtics "I unquestionable valui.
KTAM.KY   I'AIIK
Ale and Stout
1,1 Dotllaa, id'c- nnd Jorn,
lhc Royal Brewing Co., Lid,
TKt.. .idl.
A. H. MACPHERSON
('iiN'li:,\(TiiH AND BUILDER
NORTH   VANCOl'VKII, 11. I".
iiilicc lilting nml slab building a'
s|ici'hillV' j
Odlco—Cornet Lomdale uml wateM
I front,  'ivl. 8, \

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