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VOLUME IV.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. 0-, FRIDAY, JULY 19.1907.
NUMBER 22
3lit Emitiuj fHrmnru
Bryce— Mary Louise, beloved wife of
Roht. II. Bryce ; died on SS. Cbelialls,
July 21 it, 111011.
IiBNivnu—Charles Bnruott, beloved
boh of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Benwell; died
on BB. Chohalis, July 21tt, 1906,
Chick—Percy Jamos, beloved brother
ol Arthur 10. Chick; died on SS. Chohalis, July 21st, 11)00.
As to Location of Hotels
To the Editor ot Till! Exi'iiEss:
Sir,—According to a paragraph,
which appeared in Wednesday's
, World, Messrs. Prescott & Fortin
will start an hotel in the McMillan
block, corner ol Lonsdale avenue
and the Esplanade. As an old
resident of this place, I think that
it would be most unfortunate for
the city to have a place ol this
kind in that locality, or, in fact,
anywhere on Lonsdale avenue as
lar north as Third street. Here is
a street traversed every hall hour
by our families, and, surely it is
not asking too much to have this
part of the town kept Iree ol
"pubs." I do not object to more
hotels being established in the
city, but I do say that it is a right
and privilege ol those who have
taken up their homes here to be
considered belore the business of
one concern.
Yours truly,
Cms.
[NOTE.—We might add lhat the
City ol Detroit will not allow
hotels on Woodward avenue as
far as the city hall. It is at the
foot of this street where the
Windsor Ierry lands.—Ed ]
An Hospital Needed
To the Editor ol Till EXPRISSI
Sir,—II North Vancouver is going to be a city ol large dimensions,
and such an enormous population
as the worthy mayor prophicies, 1
think it is in order to bring lo
public notice the question ol
having an hospital on lliis side ol
the inlet. As you may be aware,
there have buen a large number of
accidents that have taken place in
North Vancouver during the last
six months. And it is but proper
that the citizens ol Nortli Vancouver should take action in this
matter. I have been discussing
this question for some time, but I
hear that there is to be an hospital
erected by private parties. This
is very good. Nevertheless, I
think the principle is wrong, as
without a doubt, the upkeep ul
such an institution will be a heavy
tax on a very lew Individuals.
There must be a large percentage
ol patients, who will not lie in a
position, through loss ol limbs,
death, etc.; to pay the Ices. Consequently, the authorities will be
required to help by donation.
This raises a question ol public
funds, and the consequent dispos;
ol the same. I have spoken to
quite a lew residents on the
subject, and the opinion prevails
that such an institution should bc
Started by the municipal nullum
tics or by a public board. The
general public should do tlieir
share towards alleviating distress
and suffering. I would like to see
a public meeting of citizens
interested called iu ibis mailer.
Yours truly,
T. S. Nve.
Norlh Vancouver, 13. C:, July
17. '9°7'
The city council met on Mon
day night in regular session. His
Worship Mayor Kealy and Aid.
Irwin, Smith, Emery, Dick, Jordan and Crickmay were present.
B, C. Anchor Fence Company
wrote that the estimate of the
damage to the wire (ence at the
horticultural grounds, by blasting
and a fallen tree, would be $43.
This will be met by the contractor
and city.
City Treasurer Woods wrote requesting the council to appoint an
inspector to look to tha proper
using ol water. Referred to water
committee.
Mahon, McFarland & Mahon
wrote enclosing dralt agreement
and conveyance ol the boulevard
on Queensbury driveway. Laid
over.
S. Gintzburger wrote asking
permission to burn all fallen
timber and rubbish in block 33,
district lot 549- 50.   Not granted.
Mrs. Christinia McLennen wrote
requesting to have streets adjoining her property, corner of Second
and St. David's streets, opened
up. Referred to the board of
works with power to act.
S. Madison, superintendent ol
the Vancouver Waterworks, wrote
asking permission to remove the
boulders on Keith road, east ol
Seymour crenl(. Permission was
granted.
The reports of the different committees re accounts were of a
routine nature, and payments ol
same were authorized.
Constable Briniacombe's salary-
was increased (15 a month.
The health committee recommended that the medical health
officer, with the assistance ol the
police, be instructed to make an
inspection ol all premises deemed
necessary, and il unsanitary conditions are lound, to take such
action as appears advisable for the
protection of public health.
On motion ol Alderman Emery,
His Worship and Alderman Dick
and Jordan were appointed as
representatives of the city to wait
on the provincial government re
proposed bridge across the Second
narrows.
On motion ol Alderman Jordan
and Irwin, the finance committee
were given power to enquire ol
thc city solicitor as to the legality
of expending money on the Grouse
mountain trail.
On motion ol Alderman Irwin
and Jordan, the water committee
were asked to send in estimates as
(0 the probable expense in 111,1111
tainlng and extending the water
service within the city limits.
Alderman Eniery gave notice ol
motion thai he would introduce a
building permit by-law.
Alderman Jordan gave notice ol
motion that he would bring in a
Hades license by law.
Alderman Smith and Crickmay
gave notice that they would introduce a by-law at the next council
meeting to regulate traffic 011 the
streets and sidewalks, aud re awnings and projections from buildings, etc.
Manager Bunbury, of the B. C.
Electric Railway Co. was present,
and stated that il the council would
allow his company to use the
gravel on the Keith road, it would
agree to clear and grade and widen
the street within the city limits to
its full width ol 80 leet.   There
were estimated to lie 12,000 yards,
and his company needed bul
8,000. The balance they would
deliver to any place in the city on
the cur line lor 50 cents per cubic
Iliil
The N. V. A. A, lacrosse team
met Tuesday evening in athletic
hall to consider and arrange for a
match with Ebiirnc on Labor Day.
The team being only recently organized, practice is being held
three times a week on the recreation grounds, Twenty-first street,
in order that the players may get
in proper training at as early a
date ai possible. Mr. Bunbury,
of the B. C. Electric Railway
Company, has kindly consented to
lurnish transportation to the players attending practice and games.
The new addition to the school,
which will be finished shortly, fills
a great want that North Vancouver
has lelt (or some time past. Conditions before the holidays were so
cramped that thc board of trustees
were forced to take action in the
direction to accomodate the growing needs of the city.
The adjourned case of assault,
between Argune Sing and Herman
and 1 ialion Sing came up lor hearing on Wednesday morning before
His Worship Mayor Kealy.
Several witnesses for both sides
were examined, with the aid of an
interpreter. The stories on either
side were very similar and in direct
contradiction to those on the
opposite side. Mr. Russell, lor
the defence, argued that such
cases as this were ol common
in 1:1111,11110 amongst the Hindoos
who thus trump up false stories as
a means ol revenge or aid as the
case may be. Mr. Brydone-Jack,
for the prosecution, contended
thai the evidence for the defence
proved itself false. His worship,
in summing up, decided that it was
a case for trial, and committed the
accused accordingly.
The Exi'kess, by carrier, ft.00
a year, in advance.
L. Reda, of the Palace Hotel,
returned from Victoria Tuesday.
Some one, unfriendly to the
pesky wasp, poured some oil
down the cracks ol the sidewalk
near Lonsdale gardens on First
street, into the nest of the aforesaid hymenopterous insects, and
set fire thereto. The hornets are
gone anifthc sidewalk was charred.
To be "in the know," subscribe
for The EXPRESS,
A lodge ol Good Templars was
organized on Monday evening, in
Orange ball here, by Mr, Mathews,
chief tempter of No. IO, Vancouver,
There was a large attendance,
Vancouver lodge being well represented. There were thirteen
members initiated, alter which the
following officers were elected.
Chiel tempter, Mr. Hall; vice-
chiel tempter, Mrs. Hall, past
chiel templar, Mi. W. Cummei;
marshall. Mr. W. P. Hogg ; chap
Iin, Mr. II. Device 1 treasurer,
Mrs. Wheeler; secretary, Mr.
Wm. Philip. The lodge will be
known as No. 73. Meetings will
be held weekly, commencing Monday evening next, at 8:30, in the
Orange hall.
On Wednesday a dispatch stated
that between forty and fifty residents ol Uoissevain, Man., left for
Vancouver and North Vancouver,
where tbey will lake up their residence in the future. Among those
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yard. On motion ol Alderman
Irwin and Dick this proposition
was agreed to.
A special meeting will bc held
on Monday night, when the proposed street improvement by-law
will bc further consideicd.
who lelt were Mri. Munroe and
family, Mrs. Irvine and child, Mr.
and Mrs. McAllister and family,
Miss Boyle, Mrs C. Wan and
mother and family, Mrs. Holroyd,
and Miss Edith H. Johnston. A
special tourist car was ordered for
the excursion and every berth was
filled.
Messrs. Inkster, Marriott &
Ward, the well-known Vancouver
firm of estate and financial agents,
recognizing the great luture of
Nortli Vancouver, have purchased
a site on Lonsdale avenue in the
business section, and built two
offices, one of which they will
occupy and open this morning.
Mr. J. Loutet, a resident of North
Vancouver, and lately with the B.
E. Electric Railway Company,
has been appointed manager.
A reader in The Express will
find you a buyer for anything from
a " wooden hen " to a mansion.
If an industrial establishment is
not kept up to date it rapidly degenerates into a "junk shop." To
guard against this The Express
job office is constantly being augmented with the latest fashions
in type and other material.
Mrs. E. J. Davies and Miss E.
B. Davies, Spokane, are registered
at the Palace hotel, where they
will spend their vacation.
Walter Hunnerlord and Chas.
E. Bartley, of New Westminster,
were registered at the Palace hotel
on Saturday. They went on a
fishing trip to the mountain
streams.
J. W. Roe, wife and child, San
Francisco, are guests at the Palace
hotel.
He   that wrestles    with us
sttengthens our    nerves, and
skill.   Our antagonist    is our
helper.
Have you never observed that
if you conscientiously neglect lo
do your work it somehow manages
to get done without you ?—Henry
Harland.
The luppitsi of pillows is not
that which love first presses; il is
that which death has frowned
Upon and passed over,
A man must bc bolted and
screwed to the community before
he can work well for its advancement ; and there are no such bolts
and screws as children.
It is not the great matters, the
supreme joys, which fasten upon
the human heart with such force,
but the small interests and
pleasures -the unnoticeablo violets
-Irom which tin-departure is so
painful,
The purest joy is unspeakable,
tin most impressive prayer is
silent, and the must solemn
preacher at a funeral is the silent
nne whose lips ate cold.
Love one human being purely
nml warmly, and you will love all.
The heart is in this heaven, like
the wandering sun, sees nothing,
liutii the dew-drop to the ocean,
but a mirror which it warms and
fills.
Work has been started on the
lloidcii hotel at the Capilano.
Roy Blackburn, son ol R. Blackburn, ol Thirteenth street, still
continues in a weak condition.
The sisters of the Mission, excepting the mother superior, spent
a well-earned week's holiday in
the Squamish Valley this week.
The newly-erected store at the
"V," corner Eighth and Eleventh
streets, on Lonsdale avenue, will
be  opened  on   Monday.   Bruce
& Dodds is the firm name. These
two gentlemen come well recommended, and have spared no
expense in fitting up a store which
will be a credit to any place. It
is expected ultimately that it will
be a departmental store. For the
present, however, there will be
handled gents' furnishings, boots
and shoes and hardware, We bespeak for the new venture a
successful business career.
Many a vile concoction is being
manufactured, for winter use,
these berry days. Prunes will
soon be a byeword.
A. S. Billings has taken up his
residence at the corner ol Seventeenth street and Lonsdale
avenue.
Real estate men report business
good.
A son arrived on Saturday to
gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Parry, the popular plumber
at Walden's hardware store.
Beny B. Williscroft, who has
located here for some months and
residing on Twentieth street, met
his wife and family on arrival of
the C. P. R. express yesterday,
from Gladstone, Man. They will
make North Vancouver their borne
in future.
Wonders never seem to cease in
Moodyville. Everyone is cow
crazy there these days. It appears
that the denizens of " Sawdust
Flats" have turned their cows
out to feed on the mill dump. The
result is tlmt the cows return
loaded with wood alcohol. Cow
space on the flats is now at a
premium. Those without sawdust
have all bought bucksaws, and are
working night and day manufacturing it.
FouNb.—Championship medal.
Apply to T. McDonough, First
street.
Work has been started by
Askew & Kennedy ditching and
grading Robson road and Philip
avenue, from the Keith road to
764 and north to Hope street, a
distance of 3,800 leet. This will
open up one ol the best portions
ol the district of Nortli Vancouver.
Mrs. Malley, wile of T. Malley,
ol P. Burns & Company, has re.
turned from Ihe old country,
where she has been for the past
eight months. She will leave
ng. in shortly for England.
The district council, will, in the
near future, do something on the
Lynn creek bridge, on the Keith
road.
F. A. Whitworth, Birmingham,
Eng., was here yesterday. He
purchased two lots ou the Keith
road, and it is his intention to
build a house there shortly.
Jas. Post, lhc veteran comedian,
will build a residence shortly on
his lots on Eighth slreet, where
he intends In reside.
Building operations are very
active a present.
There were a number ol people
here this week from Manitoba.
Berries are very plentiful this
season.
Found—A tame magpie. Owner
can have same by applying to W.
L. Keene, Fifteenth street.
A start has been made towards
the organizing ol an association
football club, and practices are
regularly being held at the athletic
club grounds every Tuesday and
Thursday evenings, and quite a
number ol good players are turning out, so that a good team is
assured (or the coming season. A
general meeting ii called lor Mon
day evening, July aand, at 8 p.m.,
in the athletic club rooms, to complete the organizing of the club.
Everyone interested in Ihe game is
requested to be there.
Judging from the hordes of
blackberry pickers that come over
daily from Vancouver, it is about
time we heard of someone bej
ing nearly gobbled up or chased
by Bruin.
Scow  "E"  of Ihe   Hastings
Saw Mill, was successfully
launched Monday night at Moody.
villo. It is 80 feet loag, aj wide*
and eight and a half feet deep,
with a capacity of 350 tons. Ales,
C. McDonald had charge of construction, This is one of Ibe besl
scows on the inlet, and twain
men built it in twelve daya,
The North Vancouver amateu
lacrosse club haa been formed
under tht auapicet of tht tthlttit
club, Following art tht playing
membere : R. Burnt, R. Stoney,
T. Clark, W. Mee, Koss Stewart,
Tom Stewart, W. While, /L Sullivan, D. Mackenzie, H. Larson, R.
Renahaw, E. Munday, captain
The first match will likely bt with
fiburne.
The B. C. Electric Railway
Company successfully transported
a hetvy C. P. R. flit car, loaded
with a donkey engine, weighing
so tons, from the wharf to the
mill of the Western Corporation,
corner of Nintttnth street tad
Queensbury tvtnua. If the Board
oi Trade would move in tha matter,
North Vancouver might ere long
have immediate connection with
the C. P. R, p«r c»r barge ssrvice.
This would be a great boon to out
infant industries.
W. J. Connors, of Vancouver,
the other day purchased two lots
on Lonsdale avenue, near Second
street, for f 8,000. Ha will erect a
large brick block thereon.
Mr. J. A. McMillan, wift aid
family, left for Seattle on Tuesday
for a week's visit there.
R* J* Ker, of the Brackman-
Ker Milling Company, waa hare
on Tuesday.
It   is   reported thai   another
grocery store will be opened on
Lonsdale evenue, near Twenty-
first street shortly.
Pasturs—For horses and cattle
at Seymour Creek, fenced and
plenty of fresh water. Apply to
Chiel Jim Harry, Seymour Creek.
For sale.—Two good driving
hones. Price, Jno and $170,
Apply to B. H. Balderston, care
ol J. Device, Second strest W., or
to A. B. Balderston, 1589, Sixth
avenue, Fairview
The people ol Amherst, Nova
Scotia, the birthplace of Sir
Charles Tupper, have taken an
eminently proper and appropriate
course in determining to banquet
the distinguished Canadian statesman on his return to lhat city
shortly. In connection with the
event an "old home week" is to
bc arranged. The venerable gentle-*
man who will be honored possesses the esteem of all classes in
the Dominion for those qualities
which, aside (rom partizan proclivities, have placed him in the
iorefront of thc public lilt of the
counlry.
The butchers will hold s bar-
bicue and picnic on Wednesday
next on Larson's grounds. This
is cne of the big events ol the year
that is looked forward lo nol only
by the butchers but by the public
generally. The programme as arranged will be the largest and best
ever pulled oil al thit coming an-
iiiwi affair. TIIE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
THE EXPRESS
\ rl    Vancouver, B  C.
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I nr Express  Printing Comi-am
Suhscriptiiiii, fl OU
United states and l-'oieign, (1.60
Siria'ilv in Advance
In tht Is ol  tl
i iiir.a ;i,
bridge on tin  Capita     I    r, " ■
[,      a-l     Archibald     Hci ,
I I, :,    I M  11111 uilh, III , was
li   .':,. al     yeste i laj
ruing at * o'i loi k:
Sl n was al   ut ;■; yeai     I
h i; Is ■ ■■ and accomplished, having at one time  prai ti   d as  u
osteopathic   doctress   in  Dakota.
The lady arrived here with  I
valid  brother  Irom   Illinois  last
February  lor  tin   1" ni'fit of his
health.    Tbe   unfortunati g
man is now ii tin ho pii I ir the
insane at New Wi stminster. She
came here with the understanding
that her husband would : llu\ hei
in June. But business ol al ii
prevent! J him from doing so till
next month. In the meantinii Mrs.
Heberer had acted as housekeeper
(or W. B. Laud ami his nine-year
old son, and bad purchased a
house and lot at Kitsilano, win re
she intended taa make her home on
the arrival of her husband.
With Mr, Land and his . In
went up to tin' picturesque canyon
on Wednesday morning (or a lew
davs outing. They camped on the
a t sidi ol the river above llie
precipice, but went down to
ti".- ■ ab r's edge br their meals
an 1 ti  ci :■ h trout.
An in |uest was held last evening in the ::. ;: ii ip ii ha I, at which
Coroner A. I! Diplock presided.
Alia i . stei ii to the i ' e tin
jury ri turn I tin verdict tl I tl i
leceased had a idem met her
death by drowning in the Capilano
river, undi r the suspei
near the First eai) n 11
r** i ii ted the a iti rities ; North
Va       ,'or    t ird     tin
il.i-    ■   a ■ pi   • I        ij
Iai    ri\ :
W B. Lan I. .i hoi I .. ; ol
Van ver, ivas the lirst wil
ca'.j- d. He said that In was pre-
p ing breakfast I li ii ;. morning about 7:30 a. '111., when Mi
Heberer, who was a amping with
him and his little son in tl 1 I a| .
lano,  said   that «   il ;
down I ' tl e stream and    el
watei belore hr    lasl      11 ok a
a towel an 1    ii|   a' th  In r.
I hi littl   ;      had        iperei,
th" sin am lora very sl   rl li
and a\ i|       a big rock.
He (the \ I Mrs. Helu rer
had i' p. iti illy « irm ! the buy
:. ■ •       • watei
Ho
ind lor bn it.fast
iik 1    tin    thul  two
: In;     the
a
Mrs. lli thai
■
the   ti Mi     Land
:
and tl       1 I ;
it she was I     Iai    .     li
lion      "a.a 1   ■     Land
1 . -v.-::,.  .a sti ke,   and   In     .»
1 owerb   ■ ti help In 1
Hi     died Mi   Co]    unl,
lives ni ar the pi   -   ivhen   I
womi n ■■:.' i. and In
lowi nd I 1 ■'■ 1 him to get lhe
woman out ol tli" water and tried
to re ■ itate I cr, but 11 was of no
avail.
Mr. Ci pel md      I that he lived
at th' ( lill       ■   1 tin   Capilai
n, and I ,. calling,
,t:   :   ;,  :;.    , ■     who
ere ha
verand 1, tl       I 1        li  ! m i
little boy who had fa        ito tin
tei    Mi    ' ■ i" lan !   1(1
iw tl e  woma i's  bod)      iting
lei ' *   ispension bridge,      I
hr then knew that the boy was
sale, lb saw that ti.' ru was no
1 hance ol overtaking llu body, us
tbe Mia,(in is ver) swill and
langcrou \ 1 I swimmer, la.
said, might have rescued tin
wa.ni in, but ii ivas impossible b 1
1 'one who could not swim to do
so, li is easier '.a' In ar a call
,,';, 1! , !■ ', n than below it on
.1, mint "I the n iring > I the rushing wab 1
1 the\ found the bod)  nl
the   inlortu man   it   was
a,   :'.*■        Idle   "I   llli
stream,
Everything   ; '   was ■'■ ''
to revive I , but it was
loo late, li little Land I >\
corroborated ins falln 1 • evident! .
.| I that lie yelled to Lis
lather to 1 ■ and help llu
,, mai* ,vbi 11 she was drowning.
Dr. Cani| bell, the last witness
called, testified thai there was 110
marksol vi a i.. on the body, ami
dei iared that I cause ol death
was clearl) on    I drowning.
The loll wi - ntlemen 1 11
prised the jur) which returne I the
verdict: |. C. William-, lore-
man; W. Walmsley, A. L. Davidson, Walter Green, T, Soul 11
and Geo, Bartley.
Not Forgotten
[In memory "I the lule Rev. Father
Batidrle, who was ono ol the early
pionceri ol the province]
Thou art gone and among the dead,
And from all  joy  and  care  that
grieves;
Thou art removed Irora earth's dread
To calmly ii" ' n.-aih autumn leaves.
Thou are not  forgotten, though the
n( sun :. er llowers air! regal rose
Mav yearly lade beside thy ton'"'.
And birds to sing o'er thy repose.
for yonder!   fee the tribute cast
Ol lummer ll wers al thy (ee'ti
Win -  - irlcl tints shall ladi   so (asl
Leaving ll y I n b itlll In impletc,
Kind and faithful hear:- nr" so rare.
We'll treason tl nnnn ..- a trust,
Ainl leel exalted by thy cure
Which keeps thy memory Irom rus:.
A Christian and an liom -:
Th'Cross .a Christ thou did meekly
bear;
"In Heaven imr Father -      - in
Thy ii"!'!"' work and   1      -a' Mr."
1: . ■  rds we'll long rem ml
Wl ile echoes our hearts witl
llul soon »'■, too, Bhall bIi "a    •
PerhapB it mav I"- to-morrow,
-.1. N..I. I'.icwx.
Nnrth Vancouver, B, L'., J    , 1007
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VuTiri: IS IIKIIKIIY GIVEN ITH*
•■'   SUANT ta'  Section  20,  ol  the
"Lund  Ail  Amendment  Act,  IW7,"
. . mi |i rs .1.' d, which la the holder
i "i a Special Timber License, that the
j undi ivaiia*'! iiiii'ii'l-, llilrly liays utter
! -,'niiei.a'llir-i iiublieiitlonof lliisnollco,
In n|i|i|; In the Chief Uwiiliiisslimi r ol
bunds ami Works fiirnillhoritv IU enn*
htriiel chilli -. ilnn.'-. nnd roads nr other
ivnrks (nr H'-Ulni" "Ut limber fruin llie
i, ii. ciiveriil liy 11 llcensii held by the
pi licuiit, i.ei""-- uml I'ai-.ii the li Hi i'llll!
lands, nai
VII mul ia nilnr, llinl rerlalu 1 reel
:■'..•  I land ami pn mines, -'   ite
n8 in il.. Prnvim 1   "i
I.i tisli Columbia.in the Distrii l"f Niu
ila-iiHii-i.T. belnu I'nniposeil nl .1 p ir-
lion nl I "i".'". and which ma; W re
; irticuhirl)  known and describe I ns
tr, thnl It1" say:   lleginnlni; ul a
i polnl nn lhe imrlh bnttwlary dI Bl ck
Six  i" in -nia! I.nl •.':'.:. said point be*
. inu illsliml .■i.'iiii-haiiis.ir  lli" north-
, wesl corner ol said block I), thenco south
'.'Ihniii.Odei*,' wesl ;i'"iia lhe centre line
■ a.; ih" proposed l.->uai.-; Railway Right*
of-wa.v 8,20 chains: thence suiitb 17 deg,
mi inin. weal along tbe said centre line
;126 clinlns; llience south 20 .lea- 00
min, west along the Bald centre line '.'■
i ,85 chains i thence south 43 ilea. 45 mln.
wesl aiong tlio said centre line 0.85
chains; llu nee south I* deg 30 mln.
wesl aiong the snid centre line 1.90
I bis ' Ilm " ginning of a curve;
no ia. l-agrec 1 urve to tho rialit
nlong llu ■ ii ■ Ire aii"' 1.61 chains,
more a r ia ss, i" ila" northerly Bhore ol
Unrrnrd Inlet, having a uniform width
nl HO links nn each aide nl said centre
line, 1 Kcepting those parts Included
within llae boundaries of the Keith mad
and the registered road lying along the
south boundary of snid block 0.
Dated this Ith dnj ol July. A. P.,
1007,
McS.Mi.-FnASt.il I*' nana Co., I.m.
liv it- Solicitors,
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Martin, Craig & B ume.
ELDER,  MURRAY CO.
VfltlCOUver Address:
1 lia Kli hards St.
'I'hone 117.
WEEKLY LIST
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l.ai* lii "ttiiwn(uini,'  block
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 and	
BARGAINS
SORTH VANCOUVER FERRY k POWER CO., LTD,
Summer Time Table, 19.17
to be sold at
WIIOLE&ALE PRICES
CARL WOLFE, [SrS
NOKTH VANCOUVER, H. C.
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doing bimlness on llinl side ol thi
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July, at the Club Premises.
Every Member Come and
Row for the Carter-Cotton
Gold Medal and other Bfg
Prizes : :
THE NEWLY-ERECTED STORE
\l iho "V" Corner, Fitjlilh .md Eleventh Streets,
s
Lonsdale A* *nue,
Open on July 22nd
IOR MSMO.tt i'i) PAI RONS
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Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
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INKSTER, MARRIOTT & WARD
Financial anil Commission Agents
Real Estate Brokers
DO YOl WANT A HOME
DO VOl WAN! A FARM
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DO VOl WAM A GOOD INVESTMENT %
11  so,   givo   us  a  call  or  write,   We  open  our  North
Vancouver  offices  about   July   15th.   We  have   the   ex-
■   sale  of many valuable  properties.,   and   shall   he
glad to advise yuu where to invest-
Reference:—Canadinn Hunk ol Commerce
ESTATE AGENTS
Lonsdale Ave.,
VALUATORS
TRUSTEES
between Second and  kl     VanrniitKil
Third Streets       N«   TanCOUVW.
J. LOUTET, Manager
LOTS
70 X 240
$300
Close to saw mill and plank road ;
ten minutes fronv. car; only $300.
Also a few 1 4 acres lor $200;
terms, 10% down. Jio per month.
House to let, 6 rooms, all conveniences ; splendid view. Also
one for sale; $500 cash and $20
per month.
Two pcrlectl- tle.ircd lots on Lonsdale Avenue
$900 each
WESTERN  CORPORATION,   LTD.
Capilano Hotel
'('AIM LA.NO   DAM
Everything new and modern, affording all the
luxuries ol a metropolitan hostlciy. Elevation 500
leet above sea level. Ideally situated for people
wishing an exhiliarating climate, .beautiful mountain
bcenery and climbing, and good fishing and shooting.
A few'hours from the summit of Mount Crown and
the Lions.
Tally-ho meets car connecting with 9:15 ferry,
at liewicke avenue, returning between 6 and 7 p.m.,
calling at the two canyons and the suspension bridge,
allowing time for inspection.
RATES!  $2.50 to $3.00 Per Dny
SH1CCIAL   HAIl.s    in   FAMII.IKS   AMI    HUliri.AU
BOARDERS
DICKSON W. KELLS, Prop.
TttUttl NK  i"iJ.  NORTH  VANCOUVER. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
lit
1
The B. C. Electric Railway
Company are extending the train
line, from the present terminus on
the Keith road west as far as lot
764,
Mr. Tom Wilson, who recently
visited North Vancouver, and
under whose superintended the
work ol spraying and cleaning the
Indian orchards is going lorward,
has returned Irom the interior.
Ils visited ihe different reserves at
Okanagan Lake, Spillamacheen,
Kamloops, Lytton and Yule, and
found the orchards free Irom any
dangerous insect pests, and the
Indians eager for instruction on
lhe subject, and very willing to
com ply with the requirements ol
lhe law.
Eraser's Pierrots relied humor
and comedy company held loith
on Wednesday evening in Larson's pavilion. The programme
was most excellent, lt was a pity
that the people did not turn out
in large numbers to enjoy this
high class troup of entertainers.
It's not often that such an array ol
talent appears before thc public.
A party of Australian tourists
went up to the Capilano this morning.
J. \Y. Wallace, of Winnipeg,
Thos. Adrain, of Brandon, were in
the city this morning. They will
leave for San Francisco on Saturday, returning lo Manitoba in
about six weeks.
Cms.-The city council has
power to regulate the number ol
hotels and saloons within the
limits ol the city, llul in a place
ol 500 population no more than
three licenses can be granted.
Contractor Smith, who is erecting the stores lor Mahon, Mc Far-
land & Mahon, next the Junction
block, on Lonsdale avenue, near
the wharl, met with a severe
accident yesterday afternoon, ln
taking down a sign board on the
adjacent building, it fell on his
, ankle, indicting a painful wound,
lie will be temporarily laid up.
Mr. Elliott, ol the lirm ol Bag-
low i'i: Elliott, lhe well-known
local photographers, is receiving
the congratulations ol his many
Itiends these days. It's a new
daughter who arrived at his home
yesterday. Mother and child are
doing well. North Vancouver is
bound to grow.
P. W. W. King is now engaged
at thc sub-station cl the B. C.
Electric Railway  Company.   He
i Written liy Elbert Hubbard)
The Appletons, however, gradually awoke to the lact that they
had a prize, and they made efforts
to get the work into right reviewing hands. Better still, they began to inquire about what manner
of man Henry fieorge was.
Next they wrote to the author
suggesting that il he would come
to New York and personally pre
sent his views, it would help in tin
sale ol the books,
Fortunately Henry George was
not hampered by ownership ol real
estate, nor an excess ol personal
property, so he hastily packed up,
transportation having been secured
by John Russell Young, a capitalist, who bad faith in his genius
from lhe lirsl.
Henry George arrived in New-
York penniless, but Prol. Swinton,
that excellent blind man of great
insight, E. L. Youmans, John
Russell Young and the Appletons
gave him a rich reception.
The tide had turned.
Henry Geerge received all the
recognition that any thinker and
writer could desire Irom August,
1880, lo the day ol his death,
October 28, 1897. Men might not
agree with him in his conclusions,
but lew indeed dare meet him in a
duel of argument, either by pen or
upon the public platform.
He spoke in churches, halls snd
private parlors. His newspaper
and magazine articles commanded
a price. He met the greatest minds
of America and Europe on an
equal footing.
In England his book was having
a sale far beyond what it had met
wiih at home.
And when he spoke at London
and the chiel cities ol Great
Britain ihe halls were packed to
suffocation. He appealed to the
Messianic instinct ol the English
workingmen and they bailed him as
the coming man—their deliverer.
They stripped doors Irom tlieir
hinges and carried him aloft upon
the improvised platform. They
unhitched horses Irom his carriage and drew him through the
streets in triumphant state. This
all meant little—it was only campaign exuberance—tbe glare and
flare of kerosene torches, and the
blare of brass.
Henry George was right in the
class with Spencer, Huxley and
Tyndall, none ol whom, happily,
was a college man, and therefore
all were Iree from the handicap of
dead learning and ossified opinion,
and saw things as if they were now.
genus heeler. Beyond this he can
merely apply the emergency brake
by the use of the veto.
Henry George was a racehorse
hitched by spoilsmen to an overloaded jaunting car with a drunken
driver, bound tor Donnybrook fair.
And soon men said he was dead.
The logic of Henry George's
book and its literary style are so
insistent, that it has been studied
closely by economists of note in
every country on the globe. Its
argument has never been answered
and those who have sought to
combat it, have rested their
case on the assertion that Henry
George   was   a   theorist   and   a
Vancouver,
The Montreal Standard issued
is registered at the Hotel  North1 Ignorance   is  a   very   necessary
equipment in doing a great and
sublime work that is to  eclipse
.,,   . _.      1 anything   heretofore    performed,
an illustrated supplement in com- '     .  ,   , ,,       ^
...      ,. The mind ol Henry George was a
niemoration of the .lolhannivetsarv ,
,,,    ,.    , ,    ,,       . ,,     ,. ' tlowcrof slow growth.    At thirty*
ol the Confederation ol the  Uo- D                       ;
minion, on the ist ol July.   It is
dreamer, and so lar as practice
affairs were concerned was 1
failure. With equal logic we might
brand the Christian religion as a
failure because its founder was not
a personal success, either in his
social status or as a political
leader.
Gradually the thinking men of
the world, the statesmen and the
doers, are beholding the fact that
mankind is an organism, and that
a country is only as rich as its
poorest citizen ; but an athlete
with Bright's disease is not worth
as much to humanity as a small,
lively and healthy boy of ten with
cheek of tan and Ireckles to spare.
Health comes from righj living,
and living without useful effort is
only existence.
People living on the pavement
or in sky-scrapers soon degenerate.
Men cannot thrive apart from
land. Abject poverty is only
found in great cities, where population is huddled like worms in a
knot. The highest average of intelligence, happiness and prosperity is found in villages, where
each family- owns its home, and
the renter is the rare exception.
Tbe word "renter" we used out
West as a term ol contempt. The
ownership of an acre of land gives
a sense of security which religion
cannot bestow. God's acre with
vegetables, fruit, flowers, a cow
and poultry, places a family beyond
the reach of famine, even if not of
avarice. Moreover, this single
acre means sound sleep, good digestion and resultant good
thoughts, all from digging in the
dirt and mixing with the elements.
" All wealth comes from the soil,"
says Adam Smith, and he migh'
have added, man himself comes
from the soil and is brother to the
trees and flowers. Men can no
more life apart from land than can
the grass. The ownership ol a
very small plot ol ground steadies
lile, lends ballast to existence, and
is a bond given to society lor good
behavior.
" 1 am no longer an anarchist—
1 have bought a lot and am build
ingr a house," advised a Russian
refugee, to his restless colleagues
the kindergarten and the kindergarten methods, and most of all
through school gardens.
The so-called "back districts"
are fist being annihilated, for
quick transportation is bringing
city and country close together.
The time is coming, and shortly,
too, when a fare of one cent a mile
will be tht universal rule, and a
mile a minute will notbe regarded
as an unusual speed.
Now here is something which
Henry George did not say, and if
he knew was too diplomatic to
mention : The reason the people
have not had possession ol the
land is because they did not want
it. The ownership of the land
you need to use comes in answer
to prayer—and prayer is tlje soulis
desire, uttered or unexpressed.
The will ol the people is supreme,
If fraud and rascality exist in high
places it is because we elect rascals
to office.
The will of the people is supreme. When we cease toadying
to brainless nabobs and quit imitating them as soon as we get the
money, we will be on the road to
reformation. As it is, most poor
people are just itching to live as
the rich do. The average servant
girl who gets married quits work
then and there, and is quite content to live the rest of her life as a
slave, asking her husband for a
quarter at a time and cajoling the
money out ol him by hook and
crook, or else exploring his
trousers for free coinage when
opportunity oilers.
Fresh air is free, but the average
individual does not know it; and
neither would this same person
use land if it were  given   him.
II
A Box Head
JAS. GRAHAME & CO.
Painters and Paperiiaxgers
Mural Decorators
Ghainers    Glaziers    Signs
LONSDALE   AVENUE,
Oi'!'. 13m Street.
SEEDS,
TREES,
PLANTS
No Seodlosa Plume, No Pltless Apples
No Cobleis Corn—Just "Id reliable curie! ir-nt reasonable prices. Fertilisers,
Boo Supplies, Spray Tumps, Spraying
Material, Cut Flowers, etc. Oldest established nursery on the mainland ol
Hrili-li Columbia,   Caliilonui; tree.
M.J.HENRY'S
NURSERIES AND SllDIIOISIS.
VANCOUVER, ll.C.
P, s.—if your local merchants do not
hanalle my ."eeils, send direct, We prepay tidy packets, assorted varieties ol
garilou seeds in live cent papers (tested
stock) to your nearest postofflce lor (1 ;
twenty packets lor 51) cents, Trial collection.
A. A. CROWSTON
GENERAL  BROKER.
ana, NOTARY PUBLIC
INSURANCE".  In all IU Brunchm
Mining:   Pl«cer and Hy-Jraulio
Timber:   H»rdwo«d. Cider and Fir.
Manager for the Commercial
Protective agency.
Office I First St., E. of Lonadale Avt.
G. E. JORGEN8EN
Civil Enqinetr and B. C. Land tur>e>or
'PHONE 2828
B*K
Rolled Oat*
Elour
Hay and Eeed
Seed*
ALL ORDERS
DELIVERED
iheBrackman Ker
Milling Co.
Limited.
Harry Mitchell, local manager,
Lonsdale Avenue.
Il-ilvv-ya, HriilKes, Water Powers, Killmater
.-n[. i.u'..|i.|'.in a* of  Construction, Mr,;,*   0
m^ ,   ,   .Townsite., I'l.n.oIvMlulng Clalmc, Hlue|trlnl'
Freedom is a condition of mind. | ni suMIyisIous.
really an historical number, printed
on 1 alendered,paporcontaining the
profile! und  letterpress ol   the
lalh. 1- ' I ' "iiii ih latum, im billing
the cuts ol Premier Sinfield McDonald in Ontario's lirst perils
ment alterwards, and Hon.
Edward Blake (1867), A lifelike picture ol a horse and
carriage passing through Stanley
park, Vancouver, All ol the
governors-general and premiers ol
the Dominion ol Canada are reproduced, as well as lhc representatives ol the recent inter-provincial conference held at Ottawa,
where our own premier appears.
A large number ol other illustrations, too numerous to mention,
arc reproduced, Altogether it is a
number well worthy the preservation by all Canadian students ol
history. We congratulate the
Montreal Standard on its unique
publication,
The Grouse mountain trail is
becoming one ol the chiel attractions lor tourists and outing
parties.
Yet apart from the " submerged ]M unii-m st. w„ •
tonth" is a very large class of
people to whom land and a home
would be a positive paradise, and
who are simply forced into Hats
and tenements on account of
present economic conditions—the
ind is monopolized, and held by
men who neither improve it themselves, nor will they allow others
to. They hold it awaiting a rise
in value.
This increase in value is not on
account of anything the owner may
do—in fact he is usually an absentee and does nothing. The increase comes from the enterprise
and thrift of people lor whom the
ownerhas no interest, beyond contempt.
If these enterprising people who
do the work ol the world- making
the things the world needs—want
more land for tlieir business or
homes, they have to pay the absentee for the increased value which
they themselves have brought
about. When you beautify and
enrich the value of your own lot
by improving it, you arc making it
VANCOUVER, 11. 0
LE^RN TO SHOOT
Sport for young and old.
New rifles; latest electric
targets
Fillior's Gallery. L.nsSSft'JLiui
Fine, healthy Tomato and
Cauliflower Plants, grown Irom
Sutton's Seeds, always on hand.
In
I'A TRQNIZE
the
BOARD OF TRADE
BARBER SHOP
Lonsdale Avenue,
near comer of First street
BA THS
CIGARS and TOBACCOS
Job
Printing
We Do
at home when they wrote asking [ impossible to buy the vacant lot
im for quotations on dynamite.
It is obvious and easy to say thai
seven be was just reaching menta
manhood. According to all reasonable tables ol expectancy he should
have rivalled Humboldt and been
at Ins prime at eighty. His brain
was tin- brain of Kicardo, but instead ol sticking to his books, he
Cut caught in the swirl ol poliliis,
and was matched up with tin-
cheap, thc sellish, the grasping.
The people who snatched Henry
George out ol his proper sphere as
a thinker, writer and lecturer, and
llung him into the turmoil ol
practical politics, were of exactly
the class who would, il they could,
have a little later ridden him on a
rail,
It was all a little like that speech
ol a man in Indianapolis, who
nominated James Whitcotnb Riley
lor the presidency ol the United
States. The mob diluted the
thought of Henry George and
trod bis -proud and honest heart
into thc mire.
Had he been elected mayor of
New York he could have done little or nothing lor reform, for a
mayor has only the power delegated tu him by the waid boss aud
next to-you without bankruptcy.
llu be Continued!
the people who make city slums
do not want to own houses and
improve it, il they could.
The worst about this statement I
is that it is true. They arc su
sunken in fear, superstition nnd
Indiffi rence that they lack the
squirrel's thrift in providing a
home and laying in > Block ol provisions : ihey are even without lhe
ground-hog's ambition to burrow.
They are too sodden lo know
what they are missing, aud arc
lucking in the imagination which
pictures a better condition.
They aro like those pigmy bondsmen who work in the cotton mill^
ol lhc South, yellow, gaunt, too
dead to weep, tou hopeless to
laugh, too pained to leel.
From these creatines and
creators of slums il is absuid to
talk of gratitude for the offer of
betterment, People who expect
gratitude do not deserve it.
Neither can the sluinsters by force
bc placed on land and be expected
to till it.    A generation,  at least,   <^^^^^^^^^^^
will be required to work a change, I"pending some months  in
and thla change will come through Wm'i returned to her home
educating thc  children—ihro ugh | Turon'° 'his week.
BIRT CAMPBELL
Prop.
Church Notice
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURI II
SIX I H STREET,
Services will be conducted as
usual on Sunday by the paslor.
Sunday school, 2:30 p ni.
Si rvice at Moodyville school at
V 30 P- •■••
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
8 o'clock.
All are welcome.
Pastori Rev. J. D. Gillam, M A.
Rev.  u. ll.   Balderston  will
preach in the Orange hall, on Sunday  evening,   at   7:30.
Sunday school and bible class,
11 p. 111. ; class meeting 10 a.  111.
si   JOHN'S CHURCH, CORNER SEVENTH
ANIi THIRTEENTH sl Kilts.
The Rev, Mr. Scriven will hold
services at 11 a. tn. and 7 30 p. in.
MissE. li. Carey, who haa bcen,j
the
TENDERS
rpi M'l RS ai.I. A8KED FOB /'111.
■ «tilling ol eighty 11 r,-, more or
less, in District Lol wS, tenders lo t»*
in by 10 ». in, Thursday, July Sftth,
Kor psrtlculari apply t",
Robibi V. Ai.i*.', Oo , l.in.
CorniT [lutings and Homer itreeti,
Vancouver, H. C,
TENDERS
mm:niii:i:i, foh MASHING mn*
1 TION "I Diltrlcl hot 55S, North
Vancouver,   Spei llll Itions ami i-artiru-
lam lorm Kobt. Wanl ,v Ooi, limited,
sole agents Lonsdale estate, comer ol
ligation snd llaaiii'T -trr-it", Vancouver, II. C.
Business Cards
Envelopes
Letterheads
Display Cards
Booklott
Statements
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GOODS SlOKl
Will iiinvi"  tn Inrc-r  Snd
more con' 1 nienl preral* i,
on or about the
THIRD WEEK IN AUGUST
wiih 11 new ainl specially
selected -turk, which will
leave nobody an, etense lur
croesina thc Inlet. Strictly
< ity pi
Cor. 2nd and
Lonsdale Av.,  -  n. Vancouver
Done
On Short Notice and
Satisfactorily THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
^•w
*VA*AW:
MAKE A SPECIATY OF
North Vancouver
i.^MIKtinTi'lffllaHtTIWIIIr*'*^^ W^B
REAL ESTATE
1 believe thnt North Vancouver has
an immense future, nnd that there
will bo moro money made .in land
hero lium in any other section in
llritisli Columbia, 1 have LOIS
l-OK SALE in all parts oi tlie
Townsite, If you have LOTS TO
SELL, conic to inc. I will And
you purchasers quickly,
S.GINTZBURGER
C THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
>    161 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
Bank of British North America
0
ESTABLISHED   1636
NE ol the oldest banks doing business in
this country,
ill Brandies in Canada nnd llie United Mates,
A general banking business transacted.
IBonC) OrdCR IsSIU-d payable  anywhere   in
Canada, United Slates ur Great Britain.
Drafts bought and sold.
Prompt attention given io collections.
Savings Rank Drprtnient-—Depositsof *i.oo
and  upwards  received.   Interest  paid every
three months,
Ollice, Cor. lonsdale Ave. nnd Esplanade, North Vancouver, B. C.
II. k. Hi mn. Manager.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Owing t» change "I the lerry time schedule billowing will
obtain :
First Strkrt
LeavinR Queensbttrj  Vvenue at 5:30 a   n1" (''i° a   '"'' 7:55
and live minutes to the liom until 10:53 p. in,
Leaving Keith Road and Forbes Avenue at G.00 a. 111.,
-:    a,   in.,  8.15,   and   .15  minutes  past  the   hour
until 11.15 p, in.
L.onshai.1 Avenue
Cars will run every 20 minutes,
-^'   All I Is are met by thc cars.
Hotel North Vancouver.
Ii'rrv Service I very lliill Hour lo •mil Irom Ihis Hotel
to Vancouver. I'. I arson, Prop.
Rainier Beer--
I- n glorious beverage-—quenching nnd
satisfying Komcmlxir llii'ro'a no other
"jusi ii* good"—inui*! "ii getting Rainier.
PACIFIC  BOTTLING  WORKS
Vancouver, B. C
STRAWBERRIES
FINE   LARGE  JUICY   BERRIES
GROWN BY MR. RADERMACHER
Prlcf-i Alwtyi Rlqhl
J. A. McMILL4N, Grocer
F, Butcher, 1074 Notre Dame
street, Montreal, was n visitor to
this city this week.
On Tuesday evening Andrew
Nelson, who is employed at Hotel
North Vancouver, was swimming
his horses at the beach, and was
riding one ol them, which reared
and tumbled him oll into the
water, Miracously to relat
escaped, lor Andy got beneath
the horses leet, and with great
skill got away unhhurt. Mr. M
Millan, who was in camp near
by, came to the rescue in the
nick ol lime with his canoe
and pulled him out of the water.
K. G. Bissett was on shore and
when the drowning man was
brought iu, started to resusitate
him and succeeded in doing so.
Will Walnisley mounted the horse
that just arrived out ol the water,
and a la John Gilpin, reached Dr.
Campbell, who in turn was
promptly on the ground, and took
the patient in hand. In about
lifteen minutes Mr. Nelson was
out of all danger.
The loudest lliing in town when
the (erry whistle is not blowing is that ol the shipyards Birene,
and the next thing is Pete Larson's archangel, at 5 o'clock in the
morning.   The editor objects.
lt is not the number of facts he
knows, but of how much of a lact
he is himsell that proves the man.
T, Soiitliam, Montreal, was 11
guent at Hotel North Vancouvei
lliis week.
Mrs. It. W. Smith, San Francisco, was visiting friends here this
week,
W. llairolil, Fargo, N. D., paid
the city a llying visit on Tuesday.
Subscribe lor The Express.
Miss Mamie Eddlestone, Wilmington, Del., is a guest ol Mis.
O'Connell, who is camping west
ol the Capilano.
Among the many arrivals in this
city this week are Mr. aud Mrs,
Summers, ol Spokane, Wn, Mr.
Summers will leave next week lor
New York city, and will return in
October.
J. Henry Cushman, ol Montreal,
was a guest ol F. Robinson on
Wednesday. Mr. Cushman invested ,<4,ooo in real estate and
will return in September,
There were a very prominent
party ol tourists who went to the
Capilano on Wednesday morning,
who were the guests of Mr. Denny,
ol Seattle,
There is a good opening in
North Vancouver lor a vendor of
bovine extract—milk,
John Appleton, of Tacoma, who
went up to the Capilano on Wed*
neaday morning, Inst control ol
Ins horse, which went out ihe embankment, aboui a mil. southward
mi the return trip. Half a dozen
mon with ropes pulled lhc poor
beast up on the road again, mun"
the worse "i wi at and lear.
Piscatorial adventurers ate very
numerous these dai s, Some come
back Innn the mountains with
very good catches, while others re-
turn with nothing. This must be
,1 clear case ol luck, as the streams
are teeming with the finest eyeci-
mi'iisof the Dolly Viiidcii trout in
the world.
We asked a real estate operator
the other day if he new anything
He said no.
Send a copy ol Tur. Express
to youi friends abroad and boost
the city.
We havi' been looking into the
thistle question, and wc find that
lhe old Scotch kind is not so bad
11s the Canadian brand. Therefore, it is up to the city council to
send forthwith a lew thistle harvesters and remove them Irom the
streets before the silk blows.
To the Investing Public:
MESSRS.
EVES & LAWSON
PROPRIETORS OF THE
NORTH   VANCOUVER
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
\
lii'i; tii announce lliiit they will 1)0 plwiBOll to lint any property you
mav have i« dlsposo ol In this promising city. If your prim are
right, we i'ini soon liml vmi a buyer. Wo also have a Bplendid LIS I
of lirsl-cliiHK close-In Business und Residential properties, ana
acroago at the right price, besides some line lots and acreago lor
ambitious people "I muileriitc menus. See US about these. We
cun iniiki' money for you, no mutter il it be R email or large
amount Unit you wish to invest.
Yours respectfully,
EVES & LAWSON
KIM ISM! IIKIIMRS
PtIONE 6
lONlMMI I AVINUE,
NORTH VANCOIIVER, B. C.
NOTICE.
WOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN
■*■■" that thirty dayB niter date I intend to apply to the Hun. Chiel Com*
mlssloner of Lands anil Woritf) for per-
iiiiimiiiii tor a epeciul license, to cut and
curry away timber from the lollowing
described lands, situated in the CoaBt
district:
Commencing at a post marked C. H.
C, planted 20 chains weflt of entrance to
TenKime Arm, thence 80 chains north,,
thenco 80 chains weBt, thence 80 chains
south, thence along beach to point of
commencement, containing 040 ncrca,
moro or leas.
C. II. Catbs.
I.
Auctioneers
Accountants,    Auditors    General
Commission Hrokers
Real Estate Agents
SL
TatapHona I! 2162
F. W. TEMPLER & CO.
 for	
GOOD   GOODS
 at	
RIGHT   PRICES
FREE DELIVERY OF GOODS
An
l|i lo-da*t«
Tourist
Resort
Palace Hotel
Best Furnished Hotel on the Coast
III ISl
I.S0t>erD*>i*
•nd |i|>
Special Kates to Tamilies and Regular Boarder*
Half-hour ferry connection to ami from
Vancouver. Hot and cold water in every
room.   Return call   bells  in   every   room.
REDA & ANDRUSS, Proprietors
Second Street,   -   -   -   -   NORTH  VANCOUVER, B. C.
PROGRAM
1. Investments in Real Estate to  lie  profitable
should include some of North Vancouver's
best lots and acreage.
2. A Nortli Vancouver firm for Nortli Vancou
ver investors.
3. Buy at headquarters of the oldest incorporated
Real  Estate  Co. with  chief   place   of
business in North Vancouver.
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO. Ltd.
Corner Lonsdale Ave. and Fifth St.
TEL, 15 NORTH VANCOUVER
SIM 1
A SURVEYOR'S BOOT
A PROSPECTORS BOOT
ill lllroiiiiil Good Boot
llliii'k English Cniin or Tim
Vi-1.11li1.e1l Calf, Double Sole   d;0 KA
Intension  Heel,   fl   Y.   W.   *fO*UV
Snme as Hnnd .Sowed.
PYKE'S   SHOE   STORE
651 HASTINGS STREET W.
The Express, $1 Year
W. NICH0LS0NLAILEY
ARCHITECT
Temporary Offlce— F. Oudney'a
Paint Shop, Esplanade.
North Vancouver, 11. C.
Farrier-Sergeant .lumen Vales
CAmdAOE   IHIlLDlR atNlRAL   SMITH
Horse sHoeino a, speciMtY
URGENT  CASED  APPLY
Sixth Street Tender Street
North Vancouver      Vancouver, B. C.
H. II. Tarn, Mer.
Sixth Streei,  NORTH  VANCOUVER
THE  SOCIAL
imp i or ti int orricr
THOSE Wl
Collection., Mai' .* Itetilinii, etc.
All Kiii.i. >a| Help Supplied on 9!ion Sotlca*
II. Will****!
Officei 20 Powell St.
VANCOUVEI!, II. O.
If you are going to BUILD
or do any ALTERATIONS
consult us mul «•• will
■ave vou MONEY,
Plana, Etc.,   prepared  (or  any
style house, estimates furnished
II, 111 8 III
BUILDERS     6th St., West
A. H. MACPHERSON
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
NORTH   VANCOUVER, ,   ■  •   B. C.
Office lilting  and stnir Iniildini* a
specialty'
Office—Corner Lonsdale nnd water-
front.   Tel. 3.
J. W. BALMAIN
CIVIL    I'.Mll.MCIill
AND ARCHITECT
Plans, Quantities, Loveli
Superintendence ol Construction
Fourth Stout, ''hksrh Loridalr Avk,
NORTH VANCOUVER,
When you want
a job of Painting
or Paper Hanging
or Kalsomining
done.   See
Hardy & Stoney
Sixth Strih
NOKTIl   VANCOUVER.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marki
Dmiqni
copyriqhti ac.
AiiTnn* PnndlnR ■ ifcetrtl nnd fiMCMptlon m*T
qulnklf M'-.Tinin imr opinion ('ai whether u
Irifaiitlnn tn prc<hnl>lr pntqiituhli^  fommunlcft-
HoiiMiTicUrconfltinntlal. HANDBOOK <>n l'Kt«nu
OliU '
  InkiMi throuih Mm
ipreieil iintl'i, without "'lifirgn, Inlb9
l«nt f rW,
Polcnti tnk«n
■M-sit neciict furncwini t»tonU.
nif'.uiili Mmm ft Co. rc-olM
rpiTfaf nutlet, without ciwii. in lbs
Scientific American.
A liMidK'imrlr Hl'ialrMM WMfelr.    I *r*-Mt fir
dilution nf niiT irlllitlOe InUMAl,    'I •nm, IS i
fniirmonttii.il. Bold bf ill mwidMUri
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