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Volume l
North Vanoouvib, B.C., Juki 28, IWO
Number 14
SEWERAGE INSTALLATION
ADVANCED A
plicablc to that portion nf the
iiiy.
pmnn      A. Sleadlll.lll alld  R.  .1.  Pot*
IS 1 Cil   ''' ,ls''"' '"' l'11' "Pming np "i
a portion ol -'nth street  and ■
lollowing   letters    were
The lull city council Wjis present ai lasi evening's meeting
with Mayor Mav presiding.
The
read 1^^^^^^^^^^^^^
R. S. Reid, eiti treasurer,
wrote stating that he wonld
attend to deeds ul conveyance
(ruin the diatrict ol North
Vancouver.
Messrs. Hm lis iSi Walkini   advised that  the deeds oi vuiivev
alive   ll'iitll    the diatrict   In    lile
iiii had been exeeliled alld were
ready at theit office Ior deliver
aim-.     The ilerk reported thai
he had called and obtained the
deeds ill iplesliun.
A  letter   was read fruin   Dr
Tims.  Verner offering   to re
plaee certain trees in Victoria
l'ark whieh he had inadvertent
ly removed. He gave i detail
ed list id a number ul iirtiaineli
till trees Whkh he plnptised tn
plant instead. His offer was
relerred tn a small committee
compoaad   "(   Aldermen Irwin
and Smith.
The N, V. Vachl Hub wrote
asking permission in anchor
tlu-ir boat houae  at the   loot
id Sl George's Ave. ami als"
that   Some  assistaiive  be    given
them in constructing an approach tu their 1111111111-; whari.
(in motion it was resolved in
refer ihis in tin* board "[
wurks committee in render the
assistance asked [ur.
Lettei .uivision that ,i uiu
v'entiuti ni bn* chiels would
meet  in California slmrtiv was
lead inviting the local liu ihiel
tn be present     Piled
The North Vancouver Land
Cu.  wrnte offering i" give the
utv   a  'in davs'  option nil   lhe
itiisiibdiiideil portions ill I). I,.
517 and :;i al dinner price
quoted Woo an acre, this md
tu stand until the Inlaw was
submitted In lln iati pavi is ill
llie event ..[ it being inled Up
nu In-lnre lhe Option expired
Uii   motion   "I Aid   Inun   am'
plans [ui sewerage had been approved bv the provincial health
department, lie slated that tin-
engineer ul the health depart
ment had advised him tu al
luw in every ease lui a 2 per
lent, bench un street intersections ami lurther that the
storm waler should be restrict-
connecting toad to Western
Ave. [ruin l.uiisilale Ave. respectively "Resolved in ask [or
.i statement oi building valuation and the engineei tu report
as In mst  nl vv oiks."
The lire and light committee
recommended that a street
light he placed at the comer ul
St. Andrew's Ave. and the l,s-
A letter was received limn
Dr. Voung, provincial secretarj
Slating    lhat    the     departlin 111
had approved ol ihe sewi ra*;e
plans   (ur   the   city    nl   Nortli
Vancouver as submitted by  G,
S. Hanes, it was laid uvei- iu
ilu- meantime,
C, Stanton, assistant deputy
uf marine and bshuiis, wrote
adviaing thai an application
had been received lur a water
lul, lut m;s, D.I,. .'71, ii"in
Mr. R. .1. Hardy. The writer
wanted tu know il the city riad
any objections in ibis being
granted.
Aid. Smith thought that tin
eitv should have provided Ior a
. Hv wharl all along the water-
[riiiit long ago sn that each
uiniii i,I a waterfront lm
wuniil have the benefit ul cheap
wharfage from tin- iitv. On
motion "I Aid Sihult/ and
Suulh ii was resolved t" re| I;
that the council were imt In Is
[or oi granting water  Iota  as
agailUt tin publii interest III
eluded in the iiiiitiuii alsu   was
the appointment "I a commit
lee inmpused nf Aid. Irwin and
Smith tu itemise ihe reaai ns
win the council were opposed
in granting these watei rights
Aid    UcNeish asked in tv; aid
in   iln*   sewerage,  il  it   was
known what depth the sevveis
would be placed, bit Instance "ii
the north side ui the   e ist  and
mst streets
Aid.  Suulh  said  lhat   m   an
event    the difference    WOUld    be
null   abuul   i  I,,'
Aid. McNeish wanted lo know |
McRae  th.* idler was" accepted •' jl vv',s 9™V~*i i" inaUl Uu
with thanks sewerage while the grade   waa
inspeiinr ni Tramways   Ra* '" ll"nl'1 • "' """a mn  them-
vi mi,*   hi  aiiswu   ti, a  biter M'lv,s  im"  making deep  rata
Inun un cottucil inviting him vll,n ') ll""1" ,l' ("m"1 mmw'
I., nispeit railwaj gradea in N
liiini entering the house sew-1plaaade,    The report waa ai
Vancouvei   advising   that   he
WOttld lie willing  lu usil Nol I ll
Vancouvei  in  thai  connection
whenever   a date was lived    'iv
the ...iniul
On in.iiimi .,( Aid l-uii 1* i
and limn the inillinium,iiinn
was liled.
R liiivhan, manage! ul the
Hank id Hamilton, advised Ihal
ilu- compani 's architect   from
the head   nihil  was in the   lit]
and riadv   l,, proceed witil    llie
r pin
poind
st reel
that
with
grad
ts.an   l.ile^^^^^^^^^^^
Aid     Iiiiiii   said   hi   saw    no
difficulty in (he connection, Tin
luiitiiil was iu favor "f   am pi
in;1 tin engineers' grade as. mi
i.lined in his plaiis for sewerage
ami further he considered  lhat
lhe   legal   pari   ul   the in.illi
slmiild i>e attended lo smh as
advertising the  local Improvi
mem  vmrks [ur tlu  latterals
ami lllis iiiiubl miiipi i eih.ip.
[nlir ut six weeks and lv that
tune   the     inatler    ul     grades
would inusi prohabl] I e  settl
ed
Aid    I'', m hi    asked the ill, ill
eu ii ii was ihe Intention  in
lav lln- trunk mains hrst ,,n I
i( he claimed he conld nni st n
I'i'pted	
The waterworks committee
recommended   that   the water
main be  extended   along   l'irst
street from Si. Patrick's in a
point near the bridge and mi
IJth streei frum Oiieensbitt v
Ave. tu Sl. Andrew's Ave. and
that a valve be placed ill the
pipe al the comer nl I Sth street
and Sl. George's Ave. The repnrt was adopted,
Aid. Silnili/ reported inr a
committee composed ol himsell and Aid. McNeish relative
tu a grant tu lhe band. Thev
recommended, after confining
with the hand and receiving the
assurance  thai  ilu- dtj    and
band wuuld have the advantage
ul tin* services nt R. Chance as
bandmaster and that one and
perhaps twu band concert*
vvullld be given ill the i itv,   u
ihei  uu the (inuiisbnri   l'ark,
\ il i'llil Talk ill llthei | I.lie ill
lhe till while the COUncll
might   direct,   that a   tin>llIii's
maul   ul   J40 be made   lu   the
N. Vancouver citj band. . He
moved In ibis effect. Alderman Siiiiiii seconded the motion whiih passed utlalliliiuiislv
The [ulluvvint; financial statements   were   read and passed
Pittance, S.i i.s; police, $347.50 ;
si Iniul,     SaS.s 1.711 ;     buard     ul
wanks, I535; waterworks, fiat,
and health, s in
Aid.  Irwin  moved, seconded
bl Aid Siliuil/, Unit the ile,'1 *
'"li.    lln    distriit    tn  the   iitv
nn bide among other things ail
water rights and water wavs
in conformance with iln si 1 m
incorporation   ami  that    Mck
deeds ale llnl  accepted   bv    llli
iitv uniil ihe iih  suliiilnr has
approved ul ihem.
Aid.   MeRae   moved    thai    a
grant ol J50 be made tu the
horse shuw whieh was being
lnhl under the auspices of ihe
horticultural society Tin* motion was seconded hv Aid. Irwin and passed.
1. Kirkland, caretaker nl the
1 ti 1..ki, was granted a two daj 1
have 1*1 absence,
The mayor stated that Mr.
I). Cameron was nui read] in
lutibi with the joint meeting
oi the council and tlu representation ni the rati]..iii is
Plans ul ihe sewers as pre
pattd bv the iitv engittrei aren
laid   mi   the table   ami cOUaid
end,
On motion u( Aid. SchulU
unl Hi Neish lhe ilerk was in
stunted tn sn* (he iin s, Iiiit
ur tomorrow and take wiih lum
copies "I  the bv law   ill  the   se-
werag. .md Instruct hnu in prepare a In law tu liiei I 1 'llli 111
plated plans 111 n Iation tu in
stalling iln* latterals, Tin- inn
1 nm paaaed with Aid McRae
dissenting,
R I, Reid ,,l the legal Iiiiii
ol Bowser,  Reid alld tt allil id; e
nl   Vancouver   was anointed
city suliiilnr  (nf the bal,Hln  ..I
iln vi.ii ai Si sn a month
Tin chairman ol the (inane,
committee   was  appointed  t..
     sign iheiples in  the absence   ul
tin   Hank ni Hamilton would lhe saw  no reaaon   whv ihat the ciM treasurer.
have   lu   In-   Changed,   asserted   sistein   slnaihl   tint b,    adopted      j__   m,,,,,,,,  ,|u.n   adjourned
tha engineei In North Vaniouvei ,,, this evening when the
The clerk was inatructed   to|   Alderman McNeish thought il  franchise  ami  several   In
construction id  the
Idotk at  the corner ol Kirul
and   Lull-dale Ave      but
thtv    imibi   nut proceed
construction   until   lh
^^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^
Knginccr ll.ni.-s aaid thai lhe U» "wage   tvork until  the
council had reaffirmed the gradi -1'"1'" "'" l,v"'
given   Irolll  lhe allev      belllten The   ctl'MIIci I    evpl.lliml    that
1'itst  .nnt .md the  Kspianadi tbe   authorities   ai    Victoria
nuiih tu hist sin, 1, but that wanted  in in* furnished   wnh
same   had   imt    been   legislci -lades   .md   lie   had    . xplalnel
ed.   Ii wuuld hau- tu In- regis- that   lhe iitv   had nol    in,'
innl hv Inlaw said thi   engin n|i permanent grades    tu  gel
nl        III  answer In a    (|lleslluli aruUIld  the piiltll   ll  was   .eili.'l
he   staled  thai   the grade    be thai   lln   semis should be ni.I'
tween find street ami tin   ffe "' •' certain depth belon  iln
plntiade would be -i hi il the b'.s luiiiislnd grade "( iiii street,
planad,   was bin, hid       ll   was Aid    1'unler said that in Van
nuw    -.„-,.      H   the   Ksplanadc i"iivii   the sevuts inti   put    III
was llnl benched the made   lm before lln grades wm* fixed aa i
he
Ills
proceed wnh tin preparation ..1 would nol he advisable i"i"l   mil be considered
.1 inlaw filing the gTade for thc bm   Vancouver's  example   as
Hank ui llamiltun for registra the]   were   frcuucntli   having
tmn in accordance with  grad. trouble there
ii"i\  givefl I" thelll
A communication was receli
id   (rum   the   buard   nl   siliia.al
Irustees forwarding a rcaolu
iion paaaed ti a recent nutt
in-; nl iin hoard tn iln* effect
ihai tinv recommended council
In    lllspns,     n|     llll    Sl 111 lo]   Llllll-.
in Mock 11, |).|„ gyj ami  put
sptiRTlNC, KVKNTS
On motion "I Ahl. Inv in and
Kowh-r, 11 was resolved to  re   MilD.W LAST
it 1   iln* matter to the cit) so
lu iti>i   for lhi   ailiiisliiniit      n I
preparation nl  lhc li 1 'I hn
planum III  l*v hiws |oT sa wet   in
■ tall.iliuli.
(»n motion n| Aid iivin nil
Smith,   the  engineer  was   in
I,at I"  *i      I'.ilium   vs Sorth
Vancouvei (cit) Icagui   al   R'
* re iiinn Park   Sim., Kairvl.»
".     N'nllll     V.llllUllllI      I
SAT! RD.W
Lacrosse     fSenl.u amateui 1
Victoril   vs     New   Weslliliml.l
chas.   block mn, Dl,. -.=,"   for structed  to prepare plans  and at  New   Westminstei    Beon
   block    11.   D    I.   W" profiles  foi the local Improve   Victoria ft, New ttesimlnsler
5 n acme al the rati ol f3,ono ment work on Lonadali   Avenue
an   am    ami  bbnk   .'17,   I).    I. In I w 11 11    I,till   and   1Mb   struts
>i>>.   1 11 acres,   at 5j,7Jo  an ia  accordance  irith In     hid
•.iti     it  was n!• uid  in th. Hunt  ,iiiii thai It  »i   hereb
committee ..I the wholi understood thai  thi  report ol
Th. uiiiiiiil reported that in* iuoj was nut intended tu be ap
Tu
Van
Ba 1 'ball   Van "ii" 1
coins   Score    Tacotni <,
I '.III a|aa
Vat htm:'   Sal bun  cup raci
1 a a nn .1   ,ir. .uml Roarer 1
entries  "Gazeaka" and
hue." Wun by the lormer in
slow tiun- on account of Hk'11
wind.
Gravelej cup race on Burrard
Inlet, three entries, the "Ada
mu', "Vampire" and "Tilli-
ctilii", nun hi  the "Adatiae".
21 iimt center boards from
Coal Harbor, aron by the "Mu
rial". The nther tWO entries
were 'T.ipsii" and "Cliuinaiin '.
Dinghy races at North Van
couver, Entries "We Two",
"Flea", "Bthel" and lhi
"Jumbo" Their ir.lei' in
crossing lhc finishing line ws -
"We   Twu",    "Flea ',    ' Rtbel'
and "Jumbo",
Cricket At Brockton Point
two teams captained In Capt.
Amitage and Vice Capt. Dan
wun by Vice Capt'a, team,   b)
a senn* of  laSh to tjn.
Citv League Lacroase Next
game Wednesday evening this
week, Nurth Vancouver at Mt.
Pleasant, Game on Bridge
street grounds, cor. t:th Ave.
and Bridge street.
MR. PHILIP RESIGNS
\lr Alexander Philip, the dis
it iit clerk, tendered his res gn
ation ui the offices ol clerk,
collector and assessor, held by
him, at the council meeting
Iasi evening, He had deain d
to do su earlier in the vear lull
bv   desire oi the reeve   he   I,a I
deferred iill now to assist ,*s
uiniii ,is possible tn promote
the large undertakings lhe
council had in view. The by
laws were m.vv read) for carlj
submission to the ratepai re
and with theit adoption and lhe
definite undertaking "[ the i tt
nnd Narrowi Uiidgc he kit ii
was a suitable time tn give up
a  position  lhat   WOUld   pussiblv
now be better in younger hands
The council accepted the n
signation and appointed Air
John ll. 1-aiiiiei tn succeed
Imu with Mr. Rnbt. Chameol
tin* C.P.R. telegraph offici ■
liis assistant. Ml Philip pru
puses to engage in business as
conveyancer and financial a. ent
In North Vancouver ahei ■
hi iif bolide).
INDIAN CHINCH  OPENING
The dedicatory services in
connection with Si. Pauls R
C. church at the Indian re crv.
are beiUg held loda) Kxlen
sive alterations have i ecu In
progress for several months, lhi
walls ui the old church having
luen incorporated In the neu
structure which in its complet
ed condition presents .ill iiiip,*s
ing building flanked mi ehh t
sub ,,i the fronl elevation bv s
hi^h  tourer.    The   dedicator)
seiviie   was  held   llus    111..111111:
ami the blessing ol lhe chun n
will be performed bv Archl Ish
up Neil Ma, Lean ol Vallu an ei
wlm has recently arrived (ruin
Newfoundland to assume tin
duties uf the office Service will
be held both morning and i
in nul the proeessiou ol tbc
Blessed Sai 1.iiinni will liken t i
be held during the dav   alld p. s
sihlv again in lhe evening, A
large concourse uf Indians hai
gathered from all quarters in
. luding Se. In li, Squamish, po
in. ilk.., Chilliwack, tin.nu
\ ale and other points. It ii
likelv ihal a large number ol
the Indians will remain ovei
foi iln  ist oi lulv celebration
BOYS' LACKOSSK t i P
Hi   It sse Willi s has
d. inonatraled his Intereal la lhi
young pt.'i'lt >ai the .itv and es
imi*illv anything in connection
wilh ;..iiiiis ami a111.1l.n;
spurts      I'.xlnl itetl in lie   I...n
dali   \v.   window ol the Uon
ard Sale Co  Is i hand onu cup
whieh Mr. Williams is ,1, 1
(nr   competition  between  two
lacrosse teams from th. pnl.In
ichool     ll  was lln  mi. nil n '
hold  the game al thi   ml I
pituii al Second Peach, on Sal
ni'lav, luu owing to lhe nn
lit state ui iln* ground  ll
postponed till this week. 1"
umiliieiiiint u( whiih 1   111,ul
anothei column,
HacKWAN M< (iRKGOR
The marriage  wi   celebrated
1 Hi. horn. -I Ki ■   (till mi "ii
i nh   11,, 1   hut     -tun
Ul    bums Uiil'.w.ni and
1   s McG,,
EXTENSION OF
FIRST STREET
Preliminary  snivel   wmk  is
said   to  be    llllilil   wav   hv     lllc
provincial government on the
extension ol busi street from
the corner oi Si David's Ave
through the Hem) propert) as
l.n east ,is I.vnn Creek, where
il will innn a jiuit lion with llii
mads in that localit) and
through i" the eastern part c4
ilu* distrii 1. The importance ol
this work as ,1  highway bas
been    lepeateillv    pn ssed    upofl
iln* members ol the local go\
iiim.ini, ami when tin Hon
McBride was on lhe North
Shore presiding al the opening
nl the Seymour river bridge,
the i.n 1 was brought [orcefulli
tu   his   attention   when    sunn
members ol the part) m in ante got stink .-ii the long and
hcivv   Keith mail hill.  Ile was
heard  to remark at the  time,
lh.it   there   was nol   I mad a
Inn.; the water nol trnly to rein vr iln hardship nl ascending
ami descending the hill, luu
from a s,iiiii  puint  aal vine, as
the Inlei between Nortii  Van
iiiiivei and l.v 1111 Creek |i:im lit
saaine un attractive seaner)
Tin   ,ni lev   wmk,   as   under
stood,   is   being rallied nn   bv
Messrs Dawson and RUiott ol
Vancouver
PRESENTATION
CIT\  BASEBALL LEAGUE
A  meeting ol the represents
lives ol   the  Ilt w   utv    baseball
league comprising teams rem
srnting    Kirst    itreet.   Third
slieel, fourth itreet ami Unreal estate men was held in the
vity hall Saturda] alternoon
ami resulted in the preliminan
organization being carried
through and u schedule being
prepared, all id which will be
siibiiiiiiui in .1 gem i.ii meeting
in be held Wednesday evening
...vai and final adjust
ment. One n pr. tentative from
each it inli WU It s. died that t.i, ll ol
the       iiptistiit.lines     pi,  ,ni
sliuiild at 1 i.u a committee for
tin- drawing np "( thc constitution and mies whiih will 11 tin
sunn* as ihose used ill lhe N   V
ind Mtssis Mi .nm and
Yinine. whi appointed i con
mittee in intetiiiw the man
ageiucnl nl Ro reatioa l'ark re
garding terms ior the use nl th,
grounds,
it was reported thai   Mayoi
Mav    had   Signified Ills   llllllll
ness to donate i cap ks una a
competition and the thanks 1 1
the   meetini   w.is   tendered    tii
Ills Worship for lus kindness.
Tin schedule as submitted
provides im tw.* gamae i week
A player shall be allowed i"
plai for mill niie ilub ilm in,'
the season
(tames are to inniniinri at
is. in p.m sli.it p, the niitnl ei u.
innings t" be played lo be bit
I' iln 1l1sutlu.il .,I Uu* iimpir.
v tournament will In had in
. antiiitii.n with ilu- celebration
ilns week mi iln .'ml inst,  tin
pritt   belli;;   t    baseball     niillil
. lined ,.1 Mi. The paiius will
!t 1 Innings tixmiis
Di      Mi.riison    and     lii"
Prime  win appointed umpires
and lln  "Ilui  ulliiirs n| ||u* lea
111 mil bi appointed .it   Wni*
meeting.
A verv pleasant surprise was
accorded Mr. Sydney Humphrey, Nurth Vatiiniiver's popular city treasurer last evenine,
vv lun he was presented with .1
handsome tea serviie by the
maynr and members ul the city
1 a iiim il mi tin* invasion of his
wedding whieh lakes plan- on
Thursday morning. The presi malum look place in the uiv
hall just ptevinus to the council meeting,  His Worahip pic-
sided and all the aldermen were
present   besides   a number of
spei tattus. In placing the niit
in Air. Humphrey's hands   His
Worship took Oceanian to sny
sunn- very complimentary
things about the recipient in regard to his 11 iiuiiii t as all olli-
cial u[ the eity and as a private.
citizen, He remarked that the
council was only too pleased lo
oiler him the small token ol appreciation and trusted it would
In nl serviie in years to tome
besides forming a tie ul friendship with the uiiiiiiil of is)io.
The aldermen joined in the sentiment ol the niavor and tlnn
Mr Humphrey who was taken
completely by surprise, returned his thinks in a few well
chosen worda, A series uf hand
shakes concluded the ceremoBYa
POLICE COURT
tlagittrati Kealy'i com pn
niii'l    a   bll'.v    stem   v,
morning wlnn mi i,ss th.ni four
drunks wen ltm-<l up la ih, pri
smin 1 nm Oca Williamson
.md Ruin Diaoa wm each fined
If lm tin- Oral uhinii
dtunk mi the s s
Sorth v.itiiuiu,!    John lorn
win.   has   Imi 11 ,,m ih,   rui
"   past   llltllllll,   w.is
Wltll   111   an,aidant,    mth
advanced  stage  ,,| in. 1,1 -..
and  (lusiv   iul,,,, .*,,   i,,,!,,,,,
was        *     .id coats foi  i,
■' "' Intoxicated cimdilion
rontran in ihe Indian An
«i    K   I   II   Cardinal  aiil
it. si w.ik im Bpokane i.
'iln pari in tin Inland Kmpiri
"ims     lournameni,    .'nun
v.In.h In   will compete in  Uh
donUes  and  th.   ham
in l<      Mi  Cardinal mil .,|
■I"'.     in   th,     v ,,
 it win, h will   I,.
111 "11 lllll
LOCAL AND l'KKSONAL
Mis Smith of Victoria is
visiting iur a few days wilh
Mis \\. .1. Diek of the Esplanade.
Mis. A. P. May of Lonsdale
Av. nue has lelt for a thru
months' viwl with friends '"
Calgary.
The burusse mntili between
Iwo puked teams oi the boyi
of the Central public sihool for
a trophy nllered by Mr. Jesse
Williams, will Ih- played on the
athletic grounda this ^Tuesday)
eienitii; be^iuiiinj; at 6.45 O1-
iluck. The public arc invited
to attend.
Mamr Mav was in receipt ol
1 ttlejjram Ofl Saturday Irom
the naval authorities at Esquimau lo the illni that it would
imt k- possible for the gun
I mai ts Shear vv alei and Egeria
tu .itiend the Dominion Day ce-
lil'tatum at Korth Vancouver,
but ihai the Bgaria was detail-
id lur Vaniouver on lhat date.
The local Loyal Orange lod-;e
will attend divine service in St.
Andrew's Presbyterian church
iu ni Sunday alternoon. The
service will lieum at 3.30 o'-
vlnik and will be conducted by
Kev. J. 0. Gillam, paator of
the ihuiili, assisted by Rev.
Wm. Schlicter, pastor of thc
Methodist iliiirch.
AitatiLieiiients are under way
by .Mr. k. lv .Macnaghten lor
the construi tion ul a two stor-
t v bloik to unit,nn two large
■lorn mi the ground lloor and
-uiu s ul moms aliove at the
in.ithwist turner of Lonsdale
An and 1 sih street. The Cost
..I the building is said to be in
ilu neighborhood of $</,ooo.
Mi   and Mis   C    M. Ituinns-
1.1 ban* removed ln this my
and  iit, at pri sent   among the
gMltl     at    tilt     Palate    Hotel,
where Huy will reside until
tlnn plans .11, matured as to a
permanent 1, .uhim Mrs. Hur-
1 is a South African by
hnth, and is a niece of Dr.
Ramabottam, tolonial treasurer
*.( tin Orange kiver Colony.
Tin   pmuinial   lodge   ol tbc
■ \na nnt   Order   n|   Funsters is
' iiiatigtng lur 1 mmistir reniofl
at  North Vam..uur nn Salur-
\11gnst  mh     The   event
mil    bl    lnhl    on    Larson's
: mnnds and it is expected that
"it r t  nu minis uf the order
will    be    m .lUindanu.      The
Sixth regiment   baud has Inn
"I   Inl   the  . i.asiull.
COMPETITION DATS CIIAV
OKD
The ilali    ha   the imilpe:'
aal   III.    I'..,-.   S. . ills  I   1   tin    I
I up     i .    L.n    .Inn.'id     Imm
Saturda)  lo l-'rida) TWO
XHE -aXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C
THE CURRY CO.
DRY GOODS and GENT'S FURNISHINGS
Corner Seiontl .ind lonsdale. Phone 53
SALE SPECIAL
We have Kcured i line ei men blaci ctthntn men, guaranteed all wool.    Sale price - - - 25'
Ladies' Wnh Shut Wiiib .ill wus, values to $1.50.   Sale
lint -      -     -     -     $1.00
CommunicaLons     <tiiiiiimiti in n inniitiiiU'i'»ininii mniiiiiili
LOS
SiiALl'. ORADK8
Till': iiiv'i ih;i«:
I*  r.iiiiNt;  srMK   MiW   |< TIIK  TIMK  Tn   BUV   I'.lli'hK
PRICK* IHVANCI   n, liv.
NORTH   LONSDALE
i- iiotNG TO r.K iini; m ini-: rT.XKST UKMIiKNTI ll.
si.tTI.ix> 01* SOUTH VlNl'lHVKU.
II, ■   • .ii Sjn «ii,-,*i, lUDil 9 lift, lot t.'.mi. ihe .inner nail haw
in.ni.*a    iv.* h.ita-1'„* sdji4ainj l"t ltil*l .ti |8W,
llnu Ini ..11 Suet itrwl, lUOtlH tut, II           -tlmi
it ',■ inn, '.,ii f,',*i an K,nh Mnl, imll ii hiiiek Iron car, lur flitno
.'* i'.*,*i .in Thirteenth itreet, rlesred, mie block Irom em-, at ITHu
li nni innil sai "i ihe in...ii-an i quickie,
G. W. VANCE 6k CO.
I ,r. Sih ft lonsdale    I'hinie 17b lltanili (Ilia el vnn l.illev
V
Bressey
Peers & Boult
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STEAMER ST GEORGE
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Editor Kxpress
'lli,it* is nm aspect ni this
1|U, ;,,,„ -A-hicli. so i.n as 1 can
find out, has nol been consider
,.,1, mi it iv -ai serious Import.
I .mi iieitlm .1 straight grader
mn .1 beitvh grader, but like
enn nihn citi/en, I uo deep
lv interested in ,lu' future ol
,,ni voung .uv 'ii"1 'I' Ita good
n,mu     I hav.  not  bail lime In
divi   ileeplv   into  the  subject,
bul   within  Hit   last   lew  dais  1
havi given il -"ine considers
nun I 1111 not au engineer lo
givi .ni engineering opinion, Inu
even an onlinan citizen can
h.ivi opinions on smh matters
nun,  .uiv  ilu\   observations.
Hill I am a law ver ami 1 *i,-u-
dad some municipal experi
enn .unl l venture lo bring be
lure viaiu readers i matter
wIn,li  I  hope will be satiafai
tut ilv   settled hi luie anv   step Is
t.ikan laa inui,im* ihese grades.
It i   a well kuiiivti principle  in
law   thai  il a munii ipalilv lines
anv thing lo Increase danger or
thai mav contribute to cause
auv one injun the) are liable
[oi consequences. A workman
boring a huh- in Point Ellice
bridge mst Victoria about one
million dollars A civic work
man digging gravel from wder
p.ni ol the root oi a tree coat
Siiuih Vancouver ft6,ooo for
lhe 'bath nl a man through the
int falling uu«iitlis afterwards
These local cases illustrate llu
legal principle I haw stated
No one can gainsai the fact
lhat benching Lonidale Ave. tu
anv    extent   will   inn tase    tin
grade upon it and proportion
nielv increase the danger to
ir.nuw.iv i r.i (lia there It is a
recognized tratawat street an I
has i« be treated lroui thai
point ol view. The Irauiwai
coinpum mav undertake to
provide cars' with suitable
equipment to negotiate unv
grade and enter into an arran
auintiii ia, allot* .i iiill bench
grade or a modified bench, bnt
il smiie thn an accident ovem
lo a heaulv loaded ear un th, t
slreel the question ft'olUil as
siiredlv arise, "Did the ctM i''
nn w.iv contribute t" mine
that accident '" and u jurj - I
Vancouver rilisvtta would Hhve
la. atisw.i it. What i1 I Inv said
thai because lhe cil) Imd in
creased lhi dangei bi niakinc
lhe grades sleeper or causing i
heavier lax on lhe strength ol
tin- i.u equipment, lhe financi
al  lespnllsihiliti    lor   tbe   acd
ileiii musl he unt■.. Dl what   il
the   jiirv   held  as  ihcv   might
mil do thai the bench v-.iii' iis
jarring ellects on ihe ear   was
lhe   vaiise oi   the    accident
These   are   legal   possibilities
having u  lairl)   solid  founds
ii.m  in  the  legal  principle   1
have   stated  and  beon;   .inv
change is made the  ver   best
legal opinion should be obtain
til    Credit is certainh due to
West  ancouver Motor I aum h Service
I une Ii • \\ a  i \ im ouvi |     Captain I imlla-
I  cen led i"i t*. pass, ngers
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Singli; Tarn Uc
*«llitllnvs llt'lv
fcunil«i *< hi ilulr
aai,    ,|    I,;
'■ 1 iiii a.in
. .'   '..a  S.m
I   "a.  |1   III
iu uo p in.
no p in
; in
Tw 1 Tleketi Ke.
i.i'ii. I,. 1 rout. Irom North Vi  1   tin  littrn 1 b<, ,nnl
Cipilinu Rivei     Launch "Wi il ■ a nu      connections, without liil, wnh tin! len rih Van
unlet, .t>   pel .il "  '     ' ]
Th,    Princeton    Waterworks Kim   nea   dici buildings fur
Co  l.id . Ins been Incorporated lh. lirand Trunk 1'acifn system
lol   ilu   pnrpo*   ol    uppl' in ■ ttt  In h.  erected on lhe   dock
vv.itu in ihi lown "i I'ini" 1.11 properti al llu f...,i ,,| t, outl
ll   l tie v street, Vii I
A Positive Cure
For Indigestion
II vmi have iniligestiuii, your
I I   leinietits  in   the stiitiiaih
and bowels, It dues mote ; it
decays, and tin nutritious mat-
in    whiih should 'i'i In   make
in vv  bl I iln.iv s with it,   ninl
tins leads i" an  impoverished
condition ..l the bl I, to nni
vousness, biliousness, conatipa
lion, sn k lnail.it In, bad breath
which disgusts vour Iriends,
ami other disagreeable .mil uu
pleas.un conditions,
Ami all ilns 111 'Utile il t .instil
In tin [ood thai iluesn t digest,
bul leiineiits and ..limn'. roU
in tin- itomach,
Ami fermentation is caused
by the itomach m.l bring
strong enough and energetic
enough lo ihoroughlj mix the
[und with the digestive juices.
Ml 0 NA is responsible for
tens oi thousands oi cures, In
I.u 1, it is smh a positive inn-
for indigestion and all totnach
troubles thai it is ; uaranteed
In the Lonsdale I'hannai v to
line or money back, The prici
ul a large boa nl M l-o-ni tablets is in centi, and Ihei are
mi re i" prompt 1\ iiinn the
worst case nl indigestion or
...istritis.   Trv them.
MIONA
Cures Dyspepsia.
Your momybick il II don'l. G a im-
mrdul" ffliff from htaftbum, MM stom-
ictiaitoma.'li diitf-M and ikk 1 ,1! hf.
50 centi 1 h'lt bo* at
The Lonidale Pharmacy,
Canyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
Extensive Grounds, Kigh-clisi service il tnoderati rates.
Fimily Koomi en suite with ipeclal ritn.   HouseGreitlyEnlarged,
Buy trail t" summit uf   Grouse Mountain,   altitude 3000 feet.
Scenic Delights      Fishing      Hunting     Mountain Climbing
Unequalled for Holiday, Long or Short
r. canceujor,
Manager.
'. LARSON,
Prop.
SEASON 1910
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Grand Boulevard
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Lot adjoining Boulevard on 12th St. for $875, cash
$300.   A Long Way Below Value.
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Martinson & Co.
63 LONSDALE AVENUE
MIRTH VANCOUVER, R.C,
T/lOIIC I7J. P.O.  H.'l Jl
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the council in reapect that the)
have endeavored to investigate
lhe vi huh matter thoroaghl) as
lar as thev kimw what was in
Vnlvetl.     Thev   have been great
h hampered bv the action o|
the engineers retained in dog
uatUing as to appearances rather lhan as i" how difficulties
mn in overcome, The assum
ptions tlu engineers sei ont
with as iu whiih street is the
more important, indicates ho*
slialhiw tlnir investigation was
The council has to go, and I believe, are going, careful.) intu
the legal as well as ilu engin
trim-; and financial aspects and
in doing sn thev nre but exercising the necesaai t i aee The
uliuh* weight ul iiuponsihilit)
rests uti tluii shoulders anil the
general electorate . xpects them
to tin llieir dulv, and fear no
man or section  1 am,
ALKX   PHILIP
North Vancouver,
14th .lune,  19m.
l-.iliia.i Kxpress :
Dear Sir, There is one little
incident lhat happened wlnn
Mr. Thomson ui Seattle interviewed the aldermen ol North
Vancouver thai is not well
known and 1 think it onghi to
in* Mr. Thomson aaked Mr.
Irwin, "What about Ibis
bridge, when <lu inn expect to
see il .'" Mr. Irwin replied : "In
the course "I two or three de
cades" 1 Twenty or thirty
ve.us ls that transparent
enough, ratepayers .' And vet
that'll the man that three other
aldermen are satisfied lo be at
the reasons given in the "quar
telle" for rejecting the repnrt
ul ia a is that the engineers
iliil imi ,iilhiie in their instrtu
tiulis It must be borne in
innni that Mr. Thomson came
iu N, \ .nnuilier in response to
a lelegraui Inun onr iiiaiui.
and Lm w nothing ol anv reso
llutiott placing  restrictions on
his     jhaglllcUt,     ul belli ise     he
iinllhl    iiul  have   come al   all
Anothei reason given was that
tin- commission recommended
"extreme 1-enching". Twu per
cent, ilui s not mean "extreme
benching". Truth will hurt no
one but tin "quartette".
\nnis truly,
GWYNNE K. HUGHES
CONTRACTORS
Tenders will lie reeeiveil by the undersigned up lill 10:00
a in. Weiluesilai, Jul) 6th, 1910 ior clearing part ol D.L.
2; 2, North Vincouver, containing about 5(1 acres, more or
leu
The lowest m .uiv tt ml. 1 BOI neu ssarilv II1 epli tl.
Pull particulars ami ipecificitioos to be obtained Iron
R. V. WINCH & CO., LIMITED
\MM II III 11 DIM. ANCOUVER, B. C.
TELEPHONES- -179 180
LYNN VALLEY
The pad are now running past our new sub-division.
located urOH tht Itreet fruin the Lvnn Valley store.
A few lots still telling tl tht original price.
Wt havt alto 1 remarkablt tine subdivision, fteing on tht extension of the
GRAND BOULEVARD
trhkh wc ure offering no* tl  reasonable prices.
CAMPBELL & EVENSON
9 Lonsdale Avenue.
Phone 155.
SCHOOL LANDS
Besides    recommending    lhi
iitv muni il in dispose of lhe
school property In I) L. 27,1
.nnl tu purchase large -jr. i-nds,
blink loo in D. L. ,\s", the
siliuul board has, llu'.-clore re
commended an addiliutiul p*u-
Ichase in block J17, I). I. --.\t,.
and blink ii, D L. 546
PHEIGHT  BATES
Slnppi rs in lhe Pa. ilii Noi ih
'west    are   rather    between   I vv. a
lires iii the fight "i the western
railroads to increase theli
[rciehl rates, 1 niovt which the
federal government has su  lar
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CONFECTIONERY AND |!
J ICE CREAM PARLORS ii
IIM IT. CANDIES, ICE CREAM
IMM, LINK OF SUMMER DRINKS
CIGAR8 AND TOBACCCM
STATIONERY, .MAGAZINES
OFFICE SUPPLIES, BTC.
Fred. Bosquet,   Pro|>.
I     18 Lontdllt Ave P.O. Box 18       Phone Li
♦4IIIIIIIIIIIIIHMMIHMMH*4*IH»HHHH<
been able In prevent. The   rail
roads unable to Increase their
rales at once declared that thei
vvullld have to etnliiiini/r on e*v
penses, atul i:,nuo nun have
beell    laid    oil,    suine    L580   nf
these being mi the Northern
Pacific and Great Northern.
Must   ill the men laid   ofl were
nn    new    construction  wurk,
which bas been pi ael ie.illv sirs
peiideil. The railroads seem to
In in deadly earnest Thev in
lilt that while evpelisis havt
been mounting vear hi vear, la
bm u'liny up, material -pull;; up
luel going up, rates have iiul
bun increased, and as a result
the margin between receipti and
cxpenditurei has dwindled until
it i.s hardlv peneptible. Heine
the siispetisiun ul new vvurk until rates can be increased Husini ss men in the northwest annul vet wUUl| tu enlU'cdc llie
higher rales, vet thev hate lo
see a elitllp put into jclier.il
prosperitv   bv   the   itopplng ol
railroad conttnctlot. The
quicker the rate oneation ii stt
1 led. the better it will In lot
business conditions, THE EXPRESS, NORTII VANCOUVER,  B, C.
FIVE
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To close up an estate we have been appointed Sole Agents to sell
Ten Modern Close In
Houses
at such prices and terms that will make quick sales.
^ If you are in the market to buy a home, or to make an investment
in a good income property, it will be to your interest to get full
particulars and make an inspection as soon as possible.
IRWIN &  BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD
I Incorporated A.D. iyob, under the Companies  Act ittf] and Amending Acts, with chief place of business in North Valiiouver, B.C.)
Cor.    onsdale Avenue and 5th Street, North Vancouver, B.C. P. O. Box 42. Telephone 15
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LACU08SK MATCH
Local bins li.nl iluii Insi op
pultlllllll   tu see  the Hell   Nnrlh
Vancouver tacroaae team in at
linn iu .i league match.  Those
iv lm have been iluse followers
ul biiiusse Were Strong ill llieir
e\pressiuiis ,ai appreciation ol
the excellent prugrem made bj
the local ilub in building up the
team,   The total icore .it the
iluse ,.l the in.llth siiiiiii senn
In nne iii favur nf Fairview,
Iiiii when il is stilted llial live
nl these seven -;",ils were sectl]
ed daring the first quarter ii is
seen ih.it ilu- remaining   three
quarter periods were eery evea-
lv roa teat ed,   The 1-an new if
gregation is the oldest   in  lhe
league,   the   members   ul   the
learn  having played the  game
together lur about seven years
it  is null   required  that  lhe
members   u( ilu-   local   team
slick together and become ilmr-
nughli familiar with ilu- stile
..I plav employed by eaeh  nnli
vidinil member, in build  np a
learn whiih will give a ^ I at
muni ol itsell in anv inli i nn tl
late    compaaj *   The nam nu
bridai    was   composed   ul   the
following    Medrich,  SboemaV
er.    1'llillilis,    llellilelsiin,  CoSI
liek, Woods, .Miiiitiav, McMillan, lluile, tallied, Pace ami
Martinson  C. H   Kittson act
id as referee to the s.ilislaiiioll
ol all parties
On Wednesday evening the lotal team will plav their RCXl
league match al Mt. Pleasant
Tin- [olloariag is tht itaadin;
nf   the   i lulls ill  the  li-a-*lli'    I'
date, slumine; the garnet win,
lost aiid drawn :
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Reavers    o
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I'a I rv uw
Grandview
Ut.  Pleasant
N.  Vani i uiv ei
HOV SCOtTS CUP
The Itui  Stunts t up whiih is
un exhibition in the Iront win-
don nl the Bank ul 1!. N. A. nn
l.uiisilale Ave., is nne nl lhe I ill -
est trupliies ever nflercd [nr annual competition un lhe Nnrth
Shore.   Il is valued at $-,".
The nip proper stands uver a
fool in ludj-ht and llu bowl is
nearli eight imlies in iliainetei
lt is supported mi either side
In twu large .nnl beautifully
carved    handles  ami   the  base
spreads  uul   tn ne.illi   the    si/e
ui the Imnl, ami is nicely bordered. Between the base and
the bowl twu miniature regulation rilles are placed in slack
order, ami form a beautilul
(runt appearance to the large
and handsome tup. The nip is
gold lined ami altogether is .1
most haiiilsuiuelv designed trn-
phi  .mil uiie which il will I e a
rare distinction i" win. It is
alsu unii|Ue around these parts
ill   the   wav    u[   a  Boy Smuts'
cap and will be competed lor
Irutn vear to vear un Dominion
Dav 111 North Vaacouver,
It   is e\pei tetl  lhat    nil  .lulv
lad tins ve.n ihere will be be
tureen jno ami hnu Hm Scouti
in the city. Thev will be divided intu patrols nf eight boy
in eaeh instead nf companies
The Hies tup vvill will le competed inr bv each ul these pat-
rob ami the competition will
comiit ul 1 lelt ises and drill
lag:, The performances this
vear will nut constitute the
wliule regulation exercitei such
is    behaviour,    klli'lill-'     lupes,
campbuilding and preparation,
building camp lire, picket dutv,
etc.,   and   the   1llslu111.1l 1   dull
Iiiii next year the rutin reguls
lions will be enforced ami  will
be  competed   lur  uuder  those
rules.     This vear the cup   will
be  aw,inled   lu  the  best   patrnl
nluiii  will  retain  the cup lo
within eight davs u| I he 1,1 1
Dominion Dav, when tt will be
returned lu the trustee* , Mav 111
Mav, R, .1. fowler and I- T
Salshurv. whn will hold il in
trust liil it is again won.
TKMPKRANCH \<\\A.\
li
A   temperance   rally vvill
i-ld in  the Orange hi
Wednesday evening at H o'cli il*
when    Dr.    Spencer,   seiretarv
ol the Provincial \/xtl option
League, will deliver an address
ui "Whal is Canada's Temper
liter Ail.   Kevs. .1. I)   ('.ill.1111
including all tbe bins vvtie t.ik
in lui a 1,iiineli ride In Capt
T. Kickhani iu his line new
launch tin- "Rotdni K." A ven
pleasant lime was participated
in in Iiiiiii partiei and will be
looked back upon bv the children as a  un   happv  event
The Christian Kndeavor So
lietv ui St. Andrew'i Presb)
ni 1,in ihurih is   arranging   a
lawn   social   t.. be In Id   .it   ihe
liuiile ul   Mr. and   Mrs   G.  A
Mill.iin, l.iitisilale Ave , mi   the
evening "i Thursday, Jul) 71b*
Catarrh Cured
Nu   Cute,   No   Pay,   i.s a Most
C.eltel nits Offer
To get an antiseptic itrong
enough to kill catarrh germs
and   not destiny lhc timet   uf
the membrane at the same time
has been a prublem which  v as
in v. 1 solved until tin- discovery
f  llvniiiei  (pronounced High
11 nu-1.
Ihuinei is prepared Irum  eu
i.ilvpllis, lite must pulViTllll Vel'
healing antiseptic known
Breathe ii through ihe Inhalei
■ aii 1 the inflamed and germ ri.l
den membrane four or live
times ,1 day, aad in ,i few dais
iln germs will disappear,
The inflamed condition will
gO,     loo,     aliil    the    muffing,
hawking and oflenaive breath,
and  the discharge "1 mucous
nul    trusts   in the   tii'se    will
i ease.
en whv sliuiild anv catarrh
sufferer hesitate when the I.uns
dale Pharmacy has such laiih in
■ Hyomel thai it offen to return
'your money if alter a lair trial
Hyomel does not cure catarrh
A complete Hyomel outfit, in
eluding the inhaler, ensls Si.no,
and extra buttles, if afterwards
needed, enst but 50 cents. Hyomel alsu cures asthma, croup,
ids or
\\.   (.      Sei liter   and    others 1
.,,  ,  sme   Ihrnnt,   rmiehs,   Co]
will be   present and   lake   part      .
in the proceedings.  Special inu- E
sit will be provided and an in
leresting uieeting is expected
ST  PAIL'S SCHOOL PICNIC
A pit nit   I" I.vnn  Vallev   was
enjoyed  by part  of the
aad   iin  girli   ol St,  l avl'i
mul ,,n Wednesday slternoon
The nther portion of the sih.iul
(rrnimoHivHOMtt
CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,
Bronchitii, Croup, Coujhi ind Cold*, of
moni-y back.   Sold and guarant-ed by
The   I.ntisilale Phallliaiy.
CLEARED L0T8
50 Feet Wide
in Blocks Adjoining
Grand
Boulevard
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District Loi 550
-CHOICEST-
RESIDENTIAL SITES
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Comer IVndcr ami .Sitn-w Slreeli Official Ai-ni SIN
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Kv President Roosevelt has
I,,** n ,i triumphal procession
through tin schools, parliaments  and  mutts ul   Kurope.
I Chained   1(1  hi-  ill.ni"'    wheels
iiui*, the s,iv,mis, the statesmen, the warriors and the pat
jriiians ill the nld world, "Veni,
iiiii, viei," ul Miller he eiilin,
tlnv saw, In conquered, which
is ,i strihing tribute lo the per
sonnlili ni tin* Kx President,
American politics are not i >1
lowed bv iln average Kuroptan
.mv  n,uie tii.iii Kuropean poll-
ins   .in* followed   bv   the a i ii
age  American,   and until   Mr,
Roosevelt   descended in   person
,iiiinii;.   limn,   lhe  llU'le  e.cili ral
impression "i him was thai ol
,1 glorified buss linker with a
bi vv ihii i in;: minus [or forcible
i-xprcssion "I opinion, Hut now
not sum* I,iiiiuln lus there been
nil Ann lii,ill statesman wlm
has   sti/ul mh li  ,i  linbl nu    the
iim.nni.iiiuti ui the imaginative
Knglishman,    even   thoie    t >
whom  his liberal doses "I   ad
viu- were unfecllnglj adminis
lellil hale,   w ith   suine lew ,\
eepiions ol courae, taken ihcii
medicine without ipluttcrinp,
and nuw that be has returned
iu lus native soil, are leelinjj
convalescent.
His leclnrea to the several
universities have been followed
with greal interest, Before  the
univel'sili  ul Bel liu In* '.puke nil
"The w.aiid llovement," deal
inji lurgelj   w ilh the expansion
aai iiii/eiislnp. and the gradual
uplift ..i politics liuin ihe iin.'i
oi sui,lid personal gain,
The stndi ul the origin ol ti
lies,   gives une  a   verv   interest
ling   peep  inin Iinin,ui  nature,
| bul    inui .nl.us    it    hardlv
nuiih iln circumstance t.i tim
lar distinction  as the   pomp
whiih in.ikes it attractive, Mr,
Stead has headed main   move
imnls iii his dav  ,iml   umi    In
has advocated  the  revival  ol
"esquire" as a  mark ill hull..I
I..   In   lusi..mil   nnil   lur lllell
lorious publii sen in* if iiii
multiplication ..I distinction
goes un ii vv ill sunn he ,i mark
• I distinction imt tu hav, a
nth Main "Miater" will baw
his dav, and tin* "congested
ranks "I congested nobodies"
in ilepbnal o| ihon anxious
i.it- the distin,iion ..( Mr
Ull.l. IIONKYCOMH
|2fl loiMdailr Avr.
OUR
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The Express has completed arrangements
for the publication ot a stirring story by
—m mm i ii niciiolson=
the first instalment of which will appear
early in July.
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and ul di pi'sitine,   i. ni
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VOU im tl nut l< el ' llll...ll i —.l.i- ill
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dul 1st in ih, I i.ink ui llsniilt.
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HAMILTON
We Sell Anything, Everywhere.
BY AUCTION; also
REAL ESTATE.
Life, Fire and Accident Insurance.
Howard & Matbeison
16 Lonsdale Ave.
hone
no
l llll.I.IU M K
It  l   CA/KTTb'.
The till 11 lit   issue nl  lite  lllll
ish Columbia Oazelle lo ban
contains tin lollowing appointments
Tims    \l     llellle, tii   lla/ellnll,
lo be acting govenuuenl agent
at ll,i/elt"ii. acting gold con
niissi'iiiti, acting regliirai un
■Kt tin "Marriage Act," and
Acting Distriit Registrar ol
births, ih.itlis and marriages
Int the (luiiiii 1.1 mining divi
sion, acting assistant couiinis-
siuini ol lands |..r the llaxelton
.lllll l'a'll        I'l.lSlI        I.,11111       lllli
sions; a.tin;:  collector "I rei
tnm   1.tv [or tin Omineci   As
sissimni distriit, and .11 tin-;
depuii registrar "i voters lur
iln-  Skeena   electoral   district
dill 111;*   lln   aliseiiu   ull  have   nl
William   Allison,   government
agent
Marshall Sin.bm .nul   lames
Johnston, bulb ..I  lln    till    ul
Nt 11   Westminster, in In- 111.111-
1,11 ,a iln in..ml ..1 iiiiiilors
..1 iln Koyal Columbian llospi
i.il  iui .1 peri.hI ..I iw.. years
Ab v.iiiihl l-..isv lh, ,.| 1,'ivtis
Inlet, 1.. bi .1 liheiv uuiseel
and a prol nn lil miist.ihli
C A Ti 1 vu, Slikine intr, tu
iii .1 provincial i-onalahh and
,lt pm v .um warden, md depot) mining re order fm lhe Sti
knie mii mining division.
To I" notaries publii Kd
ward German McBrid.. 11   the
Cilv    nl   Nell   Westminster    ninl
l Wiii  Grant Gauncc, nl lhe eity
Ll Victoria! Wm.  .!.  Mantle,
Lf Kelowna
Notice is uii en ni th,' grant
illg nl a ccl'tili. .Mi *,| . 1 ]ipi,,v ,il
t<>   lhe  llella    Inula  ';. |. plmile.
Light and I'owci i n 1,, in
, I,,ise then capital slock lot
the purpusc "I unisiii * improve-
imnis and extension*.
Certificates  ol   inc.-rpuralion
have bun granted  lo tin   following       Alexandra    I   |ipei
Mines.    Ilaxlcr,   .lohnsmi  Co.,
Uining .nni  ii. clop
nf   Portland 1 .ma
I.VNN VAI.I.KY
Kven iln- exhilirating and
profitable pastime ul harry
picking is not devoid >f thrill
ing leaturea as conditions pre
vail al North Vaaconver This
i.u 1 1 .in lu atteattd hj te 0 la
dies llllu Willi ullt  lu 1,111,1 V.ll
lev recently fttllv artm-.l with
all the paraphernalia in
tin    way    ul    pails,     eu ,
In make I heavv ult
sl,inllil uu the sineulelit
small   Iruit, but   vvliuse inline.
and Pacific Exploration Com- ia"° taJJUw,*rJ "[ ,K'm __\*?*
,„, ,, ,,,,,,,1 .,„ Blk river *« middenh tranaiHigrified in
Notice is ^iveti „l the ass,;.,, ? ■ »■* more powerful en
men. ..I Wm. War,,,,, itslan, .!"~"' lojgjt clear ol lhat
ant keeper „l Vancouver, purtcnlar   victaity   with   the
Nolice ,s given to lhe credit-lKreale,,.t .P0"1*. despatch ...
ms o| Waites Bros, nl Victoria
miiip,mies :   'American  Timber
Holding Co., Hritish Canadian
l.ninlii 1     Co.,    Campbell    and
GriOin,    Imperial   Car,    Ship-
building and Drj Du k Cm | ..1
iiimi
Applications  Ior  watei   rei
■nls  have been applied fur  In
the lollowing    Hull liner Kiev
nu I'uiicr Co, lur a record on
Bull 11 it, l.i. Fvlker and .1.
Dilhanlv  lm  a record uii Am,1
ilm fuck, Green bake  Mining
and Milling Co, lor s record on
I'lt/siiiilimns   Creek, ami [ol    a
record on Brand)   \\ Ine Creek,
, I'tlll lilt   blllhllli ■ im     ill  iht
  neighhorl I i.l *          Thi Lamm
A delimit announcement   was irael In Is purchased measures im-nl   C —-	
,11...1.   ai iln   Board  ol  Tradi wn                         .1  \\,*.i Rupert Marine Iron w.i     nni
iii-fiing  ihal   the  location  ol inliislci     in el   im hiding   Ibe Suppl J Co., Trustees Set    Lies
Chilliwack'i nm poal offic. had pn rnl posi    lui building and Corporation   western  li   rrial
i„,„ im,,ii* settled and that thi extending easl in ilu   Progrei Companj     Wrighl   Inn luienl
*.*,nm,,in had decided to pui building    fin           um.1  .m Compan;
rn p,,si niiii, site t..tiiiiiipl.itni                  drain Licenses ban been 1   m     t..
.unl in.1 thereon 1 handsom. *gi bylav             I*i*,* 1 tin*   lollowing   call
It. C
The dissoltttioi "I partnership
is iiuiul nl Wm lv  Phillips, I'll    Draper   and   A,   .1    Kurd,
comprising  lhe   Home  Kslate
Co ..I \ ancouver, ll. C,
CI.IANINC, VV DAV
Nevl   Wiiltlesilav   i-Velling    will
*  ,1 than   up  dav   at   UM  Kc
creation grounds on Jisi, and
tin ilub. mul organisations
nhn have during the season
been privileged lo have the use
ul lllc gronttdl are ri'speitlullv
requested to send represents
lives nn that evening to take
p.i 11 in the renovating, The
work «ill be undertaken under
the supervision ol Mr, 'esse
Williams, and ii is proponed to
lit ii up in good shape and clear
i. ul all scattered rubbish su
tli.it  it  vi ill be ill a presentable
state nn the First when large
crowds are expected  lo be  in
llie iitv . Mr. Williams slated
that be bad received hair hand
s<iim- subscriptions lor stock In
the Athletic  Association,  vi/
A .1 Nve Ss". .'as Uuv Sjs,
II J McGil, ol Vancouver Sv,
,md ,1   II  McGill ni Vancouver
Ss"    The assuiialliiii has null ,1
balance  in  the bank and  it is
the intention to go ahead with
fixing up the grounds  and  ti
modelling the grand stand and
introduce anj   othei  Improvi
IlientS thoUgtil  advisable.
view nf lhe but that a turn in
the trail revealed a whole
CTowd   "I   bears,   llieir   lllltllbel
running Ironi Iwo upwards ac
cording  lo diilerenl  estimates,
leisiiteli mucin" in and nul
through the underbrush.     The
villous nl this untoward occur
Hint all survived to lell the
tale, bill thej pnsitivelv tie
1 Ian that thei have dune w ilh
l»l I \ picking, Inl lilts seasuii al
.ills   rate
Offers ynu lhc Iiest
Quality   ami   price
mi all
FRUIT*  FOR
PRESERVING
,1lli| I'et'otlllll.ml the
ECONOMY JARS
Iii give Iiest sat infliction.
Hive us a trial.
C. R. HICKMAN
Grocer and Butcher
Phone 411      Meal I'lmni Itj
111 Lonsdale AvatWM
Auction
Sale
Household Effects
Tu be held 011 the premises,
LONSDALE AVBNUB,
between 17th ind I (Uh Sts ,
at  3 p.in.
Wednesday, June 29
TIIKti HOWARD,
Am tiuneer.        lb   l.uiisdali   Ave
HELLO!!
Tin- l«Mi|ili. n»ve
lllllllll   it   ll.lt    Hi
In.l.
IHL N. V. FISH MARKLI
Uniler New KaUMfSMBt
Mir . Inii|.c"t anil In-.t |>late in l""u
lur nil iii'l*- nl frt--.li ami •nnnketl li-l,.
penltry, eggii, vei-etAble. mil Innl
VVK SELL 1CK.
JOHN McLEAN
131 FIRST STREET, WEST,
Recreation Grounds
2l«t Streei. Nnrlh Vaiieninir.
iiimi Onaadi Inr ataadai lehnl
f'illli.-H.  I ,,a.||I,* I'll'llll ., Allll »l|  k l||l|.
ol AI bittic Kv.nti    (Innni Stan*I
.e.llin; iiipacitv fnr ItlHKl
I nr eiiua'.'i'nii'iita anil rati'., ami ipislsl
nl.«..n fi.rrt anil fira, •«•
II. II. sIlAltfl.  S„... \„r||, v„i,,,„,,.| THE EXPRESS, NORTII VANCOUVER, B. C.
THURK
VALUE IN SILVER PLATE
Nl mt, siuct- tin- art ol silvri plating WII Inst
introduced lias a high, r gride uf ku0|1s '"'el1 placed
uu the market, iu any cuuntrv, tlian that which is
produced in our Montreal lactories.
The wearing i|iialities of silver plat,' depends
upon the weight of the plating and the quality ol
tin* hast- metal, ll is in Ihese particular points
that our platewarc excells that of the host American
makers. Our plating is ol lhe heaviest and the
liase metals used are the lines! white Britannia
Metal and hard ringing nickel silver.
We make only one quality of this Wirt, which
is tin I'esl. ll has lhe linest lines and rich appearance uf sidling silver, whilf il possesses a iluraliil-
ily which will resist the wear of ages.
PUBLIC SCHOOL PICNIC
HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD.
J Silversmiths, Jewellers,
3       I irn. K, Trnrt'V, ll     ■       i   r-        *n   o
• Mnnai-iiiK him-tor Hastings 6c Uranville bis.
ALEXANDER SMITH 6 CO.
NORTII   VANCOUVER
I.ONSDAI.I-; AVENUE ESPLANADE
PIKST STREET BOULEVIRD
AND D. L l6j
We have exclusive sale of the In st properties in the
.iI.hm     Call ami inquire.        '
ALEXANDER SMITH  & CO.
11   IjORtdtll Avenue
I'lioncs-Oflio.' 24       House 22       P.O. Box 60
Fresh and
Salt Fish
P. BURNS & CO. has installed a Fish
department, seperate from their Meat department, and are prepared to fill all orders
for Fresh and Salt Fish promptly.
Phone 11
LONSDALE AVE. near FIRST ST.
JUST OPENED
CLAVERIE  &   ARC AND have just opened on First
Slreel, Easl, an up-to-date
GROCERY STORE
where the public vvill be sure to find a good and Iresh assortment ol Groceries and Provisions, Fruits and Vegetables in
season. t_ Mr. Arcand was with F. Filion ol Vancouver
lot the last eight years.
CLAVERIE d ARCAND
FOR   RESULTS   lisi   YOUR   PROPERTY   WITH
LINDSAY & CREELtUN
REAL ESTATE
£» INSURANCE
120 Second St.
North Vancouver
.HANS NEGOTIATED      Call mi us lot full Pirtkuliri.
Saturdav last proved all ideal
day (or the postponed picnic
arranged by Assistant Principal
J, T. Crowder for the children
ol the public schools and their
parents aud I'tiends. The attendance was large and the trans
portation arrangement! were
carried out in a very satisfactory manner, Second Beach,
Vancouver, was chosen a.s the
location and proved very suitahle excepting (nr the hoys' lacrosse match which was played
on a held adjoining Broch-
toti Point groundl,   This match
was played between two picked
learns captained respectively hy
.lanies Pilgrim and Herbert
Morden, and resulted in a victor-, for lite latter liy a score
ol live goall to three. The
groundl were unsuitiiMc lor
good lacrosse and il was, then*
(ore,   decided   lo   postpone   tile
Haute (or the trophy given  1>\
Mr. .lesse Williams until Tiles
day evening at the local athletic groundl. The girls' hase
hall game between teams captained respect ivelv hy Sadie
Hamilton and Alherta Steacey was won bv the dinner In
one nm, the prize to the win
uing team being a tennis haa
given by Miss Clements of the
school stall. After an curb
supper thc picnickers adjoin nnl
to lhe amusement hall at Bvg-
lish Bay where the joy wheel
and the sliool-lhe-shool wet.*
placed al the disposal ,>( the
crowd (or one hour hv the maii-
ager, free of charge. Old and
young made free use of lhc privileges allorded, alld put in .in
nur of uproarious lmriiimnl
The party arrived home ahott*
tight o'clock and before di..
icrsiii-; the children gave thru
warty cheers for Mr. Crowder
and (or lhe memhers of the
stall and others who had so
ably assisted him in providing
a day of unalloyed enjoyment
for them,
We have a good list in 265.   A House and Lot on
17th for $2000.    Good Buys in 273 and 274.
A Good Lot on 4th   treet for $3100.
BISSELL, BROWN & SNYDER
64 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
MAIN   OFFICE:—264  Hastings St.  L,  near Empress  Iheatre
HOY SCOUTS
The presence of live or six
hundred boy scouts to assist
in the local celebration oi Dominion Dav will prove one of
the hist attractions of the OO
casioti      The many features   o|
illis movement which exert  a
wholesome influence upon the
boyi have gained (or it a permanent place in public regard
and are winning (or it world
Hide popularity, The Bo)
Senilis Diary containing the
rules, etc.,  of the movement,
teaches inanv excellent precepts
such as "A scout musl nol
swear," "A scout musl not
smoke."    The Working creed  ol
the movement is couched in
such praiaeworthy maxima as
the following : "A scout's honor is to be trusted," "a scout
is loyal to the kin-;," "a
scout is a friend to animals,'
"a scout olic\s orders," etc.
Mr. R, .1. Kowler, the officer
in charge of lhe local corps o|
boy scouts, is hopeful that the
visit nl largi hotlies of scout-
on .lulv isl will result in a
great impetus ta the provement locally,
The city of Vernon is submit-
ting a Inlaw lo   the  electorate
for lhe purpose of raisim (to,
om [or waterworks extensions
PAN vonis-ci'M
Thou shalt nol know the ih.ni
geleai till thou kao*
That all thingi change
Thai jovs most beautildl and
ih.it must go
Beyond thy range;
That heart's desire must lie de
ceived alld cross'd
Th,it   heart's delight   must   he
denied atul lost,
That every   moment's gladness
pais ils cost ; •
That even   joy of spirit or   of
sense,
Hath its commensurate hour o(
recompense.
\u shall thon learn that,
•      midst all (luituanl tides
One lest  aliides,
On the low rock whose lileak. i'lie, it its sides ;
There   is   secureliess   and   itilui
llllde
Mid restless wind alld m	
North
Vancoaver
Residents
PUBLIC NOTICE
THE GEM THEATRE
first street West
TIIK FINEST OF MOVING PICTURES
Entire Chdnqi* of l'i oyrdiiiii.e Monday, Wednesday
and Iiuiiii
We i at. r In Lulu s ,m.l i luldien, -unl assure our patrons
that uotbing oil. uso* . i objectionible will U- shown.
Performance! at 7.30 and s.45 p.m.
Saturday   Miliaei   at   2.30   p.m.
\tliiiivMiin   lOi
Children 5c
PALACE
HOTEL
Ivms:
Sj.oo i'ir and up.
Special rates lu lane
ih. s .nni ii, regular
boarden        .   .   .
J]'   rTMK>*a
"r   ■ a
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Sicond Stuit.   •   -   •   -   NOKIII  VANCOUVER. B. C.
On application to R. V. Winch
& Co. Limited, Land Department,
Winch Building, the first person
offering a deposit can secure one
of two delightful 6 room cottages
situate on on the North-Wesl corner of Bewick and 14th Avenue.
These houses are particularly well
finished, modern in every respect,
and to the man seeking a home on j
the easy payment plan will do well
to call at once and explain to us
what terms will suit.
No reasonable offer will be refused.
R. V. WINCH & CO.,
LMD
Successors to
ROBERI WARD & CO., LTD.
North Vancoaver
Woodqard
We supply SI0VLW00I) anv
length required.
16 inch length, $2.73. per load
Cordwood, $4.50 M cord
Prompt Di-Iim ry
Phoai 190 1'* 0, Uox 1;'.
A Modern Range at a Modest Price
THE "CHANCELLOR"
ll is iiiadi on tin iimisI up-to-
date plans wilh speciil lei-
tun   points, um  ol which is
DIVIDED   PLUS STRIP
»bi. h makes baking 1 real
ph asiire
This feature pp \, nls the
pottibilit] "l il" back of
the  oven   heme,   holler
than  nearer  the   door,
whu h  is  the case with
musl ranges.
I., t  us show   ynu  this  httle
wrinkh.    ll don'l cost you
,in\   more   in   cash,  but   is
worth much in result!.
raser Hardware Co.
I'M .onsdale Avenue
Doublt Corner, 18th md  llcmlrv Avium-     Size
1001 117 teal    Prioe $1300   Termi $400 Mill.
Imlaiiiv $3 11 AllgUSt, li uml 12 niutitlis.
Double Corner 6th and St. (Jeorgi Avenue. Size
100x140 feet, Priee$4760 Term-1 ouh, balmier I iii An::, linn ii mo-.   This 1- :i good buy.
Kirst Street, loi I H'T-:': I I'm-- |6000. $2000
aaeh, btltnot -i. 12 ind h monthi
MAI -5-BURNS
Ileal I   l.l* .m.l In, on ial \
■Ha-H-H-W-H-H-1^^
* *
Lots fronting on the "Boulevard Extension" {
Chesterfield Avenue, Mahon Avenue
and Intersecting Streets.
Cheapest Home Buy in the City u jyj •
Six room Modern  House on 3rd Street West, Privation hath its Iruit and 1
Price 13,650; third caih, balance 0 ami 11
THIRD STREET EAST—60ft.lot,$2200, l-Seuh, 1,12
ELDER MURRAY CO.
I'll* ll*     ■■   SiiUll   V lla.T I'l       I"   V.l I,
mini. Ili-ur- 'i 11. in  InlJO 1 > t.i     Opat K*. eu in*.1- liy >|i|K-lul lit
Alter nllii* boars,i lia.ii* l.l I.'
content.
Thou hast   won itiucli il in   its! 9
calm control
No lash of fortune can pertiirb. ^
thy soul-
No stiti-; or poison, no polluting
strife
Reach to tin* lortreai ol thy w
cttt lile
Subdivision of Blocks 203"A", 204, 204 "A", 213, 213 "A", 226"A"
240 and 241, in District Lots 544 and 545, City of North.Vancouver.
Foi Plans Price Lists and Particulars, apply lo
Mahon, McFarland 6 Proctor, Ltd.
INSI RANI 1        MONEY It) LOAN
Phone 6286        Corner Pender tnd Seymour Streei   Viaoowtr. B. C. 1'TH'U
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Till';  UOTHKS  COI NTR^
AM)   THI-:   IUUIURATION
RKGI'LATIONS
Midespread   couituenl   "I  .111
illil.iviilable ihal.iilil has appealed  1,1  lhe  press a,I  llu   lllil
isl, Ishs or has 1 in.hi.unl Iroin
thai quarter with reference lo
tlu- provisions ol the amendments to the Immigration At t.
This advent criticiaiu is di
reeled maiulv against iwo
clauses ul lhe regulations, vii .
lhat whiih provides lhat im
migrants   seeking employment
ill     anv    i.ipaiilv    ,,t|ni     lhan
lain, wurk or douieslii servi
shall   he possessed   nl  .i   leaal
iwtiiiv in, dollars, in addition
tu transportation to 1 Inu des
till.iti..11. alld   the nihil   In   ill,
effect ihal   in lhe tase ,.| char-
iiv sided emigrants, content lo
emigrate shall nut be given 1 \
repting to thus, aim have   1,
sun il      1 lllpluv ll.il,,     at     iai III
uulk
III   "llll 1    III   lllsills-*   tills   Ul A
ler intelligent!) Hum the vi.a
point ut the Knglish public, it
vvutlhl    be    MCeSSarj    I" have I
1.mii accural! .unl coutprchen
sive knowledge ..1 conditions .1
uiongxt   th,   classes concerned,
as thei a. in.illi t vist HI lllc
British     Isles        Thai     llllllll-is
classed aa "assisted um
grati.m" would, m all profa
.iiiilu\ be computed almoat al
tun, thei   ul   tliuse  win. ban   tin
trade ami u'hoae oulj hope >>l
i iiiph.v ment iii Canada would
be thai ni common labor It
is probable that the tase arould
be exceptional in whuh an
immigrant seeking imployuient
as a laborer WOttld have slllh
iiiui    111..11. \    lo   pav    his uWll
transportation and Iwenlj in,
dollars in addition   The result
il lllal   lln   Mill-, a,I  lln   111,llli
gralion   A.t   are   praclicallj
prohibiliv.   SO   lal   *is  stub    an
concerned, > v,.pting whin th. 1
hale bv    suine     linans   seiiileil
employment in Canada belon
leaving the old ...imtiv li is
imi difficult t" understand ihat
conditions in this regard should
be    tuiisiih lul     too     stun  I n
Iruiii tin   position "I tin   publii
in   till    lllltlsh  |s|,s       ,\l      lln
same   lim, .   vv, 11    lln v   abb     I"
vim  the saim   ph.is,   ul  tin  Sttll
i.. 1 iinin accural, knowledgi ul
l all,I'll.ill .. .||. llll" ie llli II ...11
1 lllslnlls   vvullld   "I   llciissilv,     lal
iH.iteti.illv changed Then an
doubtless busts uf piupl, in tb,
ranks t,i unskilled lalxu in I tl
land, Scotland ami Ireland
whose pin.in*.n "aiiiliti..n as
tn a livelihood is tlm altogi lhi 1
lu ihe uv.itrowded stall ol lhi
labor market in th. homeland
and viliu u this ..vu,rowding
wirt relieved, would hecoim
hard a orking and si II d.
peiuhiii iiii/. ns 111 iln environ
lliclll   in w lilth lliev    havi    Urn
bum anil reared li is trw
that  bv assisting 1 Ins,   fellow
t Ill/ells III , llllulate In t alia.l.l
lliev   vv.ilild be pl.ltul ill a llllllll
stances In whnh ihls ovci
crowding would b. lo 1 verj
large extent relieved, bin *ti lhi
.aim  liini  ii should Is   burnt
ill    mill,I   Ihal   III   11 In- III,      U. li
an 1 migrant ol  om dl ildllt
In has bt <n placed mi'l'i in
ulh. 1     ,!i ,ibiliti     nhn h     mav
pruv. quiti 11 formidable, ih 11
is, lie has been llallspuileil lu
an uiv iiiiiiiiicnl lu whiih he is
altogether unaccustomed, lulus been pUced ill tbe 111,tisl nl
1,,miliums which are radicallv
dillereiit lium those which he
has known all his lile, The question whether he will prove cap
able of readil) adapting hini-
seli tu ihese t" blm, strange
conditions, is a very grave une.
in puint ol i.n 1 inilancea could
In adduced irom the eastern
p..111..ns ni  tin* Dominion   iu
whiih inch colonies have been
sel   dnvvn   HI  the midst   ol   mill
miliums   aiiil    the   members
iheKol have proven helpless lu
SUl'h  a  degree  lhat    lliev     have
become praclicallj dependent
lm- substinence upon iiu- philanthropy "I tbe itiiimiimiiv In
vn vv ..I the dillicUltl whiih pn
si-iits itsell  in this particular,
and a difficult) wh'.se lealinss
is all, slid uul nl ,11 Inal t \|n 11
tun.  it  cannot reasonably   In
lnhl In impose undue Icsllii
It.ills lu stipulate thai all stub
immigrants  lu   Canada  must
clthet   be  HI  possession "f lllell
tv-livc  dullars   in   iash above
llieir ll.ilispuUatii.il, nr ' e
that   lln v   liill'l  be able In shnll
that lhe) an proceeding to as
■siiii,1 implmmini Such regulations alt   ulilv   ;ns|  to the   Uu
migrant  himsell or heraell  as
well as in the Canadian pui In
Tin   clans,   inst    mention
ul above pi"'ides that all
1 Ims,   ,..iiiiii;    I.,   Canada    (ur
the piirpusi ,,1 securing uu
ploviuent at 1.nm wurk ur <h>
llicslii  mtvin  aiiil whu arc abb
1.. pav tiun uini iranapoila
tiun.  shall nut be required  tn
tollipli   with ativ   lllllllll   lii.in
u.ii conditions,    Those,  boa
ever, whu dn nul wish lu ,u
repl employment nf Uu- natan
spi 1 iiiiii aie reqtired in have i
then pussessiuii cash tu tin a
lUOUnl ol twelllv live ihdlars
This     ilallst     vvullld,    lllelelule,
apph ihniiv lu mechanics,
links,   accountants   ami   all
thorn    wl ia filled lor   1 Ui
plo) iiunt in whuh ui tain iub
miai knowledge .a training  is
niussnl v ami whn in,uld. lh, II
|..ie lank Hi SOUK --t list as skill
i .1 ..pi i.iUti s        Willi  i, li ii nn
I., a large pn-pmlion ul liium
included in ihem lerms lhe
provision ..i iln regulations i<
llllllillllv   vv isi        As lul   il -ks
accounlanls  and similat   «• • r
\i. nn an-., what with ill. larg'
numbei nl ipi.iliinil students
being   iiiiiii.]  out in ..,i> '.in
nn I' lal Cllllcgl • ainl lln i Veil
sive    and    evit   atlvain IHl;     Uii
ploviuent   "I  female operatives
in  these  s, vi ial lines, in., upa
tmll  is U"t  at  all times, V.  ,tliv
means  readilj   procured and  a
llllltl    nl    Ml,nlv live   iinli,its  ill
i,ish is urtflinli snihiitiitlv
small [ol iiii will bring >>l all
stub   wh Ila   dileit   Until   tin
llritisli   lbs   sinking ctupl")
lilt III   ill   11n sa   Iiiii  *
Uilh  1,1'iilin   l.i skilled    llie
.him *   as   ,arpenlers,
Hiaihinisis    |,iiiii, i      rt,       tin*
'Hi .       mat    be     sonic-
whal   'llll. la li•    hill   nui
mil  |.i"l"l       .,   ,,,iiii,| ili.il tb,
|"l aUll.l      a a,|      , || , | , | | ** | ,| || | S        III
iilu*   ila     ,i|*,l|   lv   al
I"'..I   I III    Iiii   d"l
b.ts i i.iii ii  . ,i|, mi it    mall
ll      is    I III llppusi
a capable uiechaiii. ..I sober and
industrious Imbits* in the old
counlry lu I" possessed of sul
licieiit surplus lu meet all the
demands nl • ' ''ll1"1' tu Can-
ada under tin l",MlU R'K"la
tiuiis, in l.ni such wuuld doubtless be the case with relerence
tu all but a '"* s"1''11 ""*»>
tiun ll iln lack ui the needed
Mn.,unt is ilm* i" lack of thrift
upon the part ul lhe individual
then the wisdom ol lhe twenty-
live dollars requirement becoui
es at once indisputable, Then,
am, tin* iu. -.capable quest li i
ul adapt.ituai t" local condi
Hulls musl   alwavs be  laketl ill
lu consideration While il i.i
undoubtedly true lhat many 11
the mechanics trained iu the old
land  prove  lo be "I the  verj
best   calibre   when   thev   heiullii
nbiltl.itcil lu western method'
It is likewise Ulli   that a inlisiil
i r,iiih pia.pa.ill.ut ul  theni  in,ui
ili st  characteriatici which  an
decidetllj inflexible with the re
suli ihal other workmen ol per
nips less ability   but ol differ
ent personal qualities are given
the   preference  b)    employers
ol labor,   li would,  therefore,
appear lhat while ii is possible
that  in i.ne cam some wait
ing ol the regulation! might he
justifiable Inr the artisan class
,ai mn uiiiiii, ut thev are not
sufficiently numcroui t" rendci
advisable  .mv    amendment   "I
tin- provisions as the) stand.
Considered imparl i ill' and in
all tluii relationship! these1
clauses ol the liuiuigrulioti re
gul.iin.ns are in then general
effect, beneficial alike lu tl"
Immigrant! ihemaeives and lo
lhe communities t" whiih thev
uiine
\h   \  (.Min has commenced
the ilu lion "I a  milage oll his
property at the corner ol Ki i
Road and Ridgewai Ave
Nelson Manf g Co.
RSPLAKADB,   Ham   iu
N. V.biviiii u   Co.'l Mii.i.
AWNINGS
TENTS
SAILS
N. NELSON. Proprietor
uii: nmmm
hum i a. ii<i.
Lonidlle Avenue,
it I'lirv  Lindini
A I.I.   K1ND8   or
KKKIi    AT    THK
LOWEST PRICKS
Wl'   I.U,,   hnnilll'   thtt    f,l||,l,,ill|*   |||
POULTRY 8UPPL1K8;
B, ,1 K. Chick 9 1.
H.i K .Chii ken Chop,
Hwlfti' Heel s,*rai|>s.
Mver'. Poaltrj Spice,
I ..ih Lies Killt-r.
Wheat in twepidH.
Sold in mu iiiiiintitiii.
TRY SWIFTS' AHs-
NATK OF LEAD
I'ln- Beit summer Sprnv
mi ihe mirket,
THE NORTH VANCOUVER
SCHOOL 01 MUSIC
Pianoforte   ... .
...   Mrs. W. S. Burmcster A.R.A.M.
Organ     	
...  Mr. T. W. Ward
Violin    	
    Mr. I*. Davies, L.V.B.M.
Singing         ...   .
...   Mr. Paul Kdmoiids
Violin Cello   ...
  Mrs. Oraci Harding Pratt
Cornel     	
...   Mr. I,. Davies, L.V.B.M.
Flute       	
...   Mr. 1. Davies, L.V.B.M.
/\LL KiNds of
fertilizer*
FORLAWN ANDGARDEfvl
We nl'e luii- to establish a lust class School uf Music
and have, regardless nl expense, obtained the service nl
musicians whn have the highest diploma! (ur teaching on
ihe Pacific Coaat,
Call at uur establishment al | |,i I.ousdale Ave., interview uur teachers and judge lm vuiirsell.
TKKMS MODERATE
North Vancouver Piano Co.
['hone 1II. 443 Lonidale Avenm'.
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
SEAL ESTATE LOANS, INSURANCE.
Nurlli Vaii.'iiinii   m.,1 Vatiroiiier KltttM iimniije.l, Kent! rolleeleil
t'ily iimi Siilnirliiiii Pr,i|wrty. Itii.ine.s Chance.
tlIMgH. flllh Ph'ltnBI ,l|!ri-|.|iieiil»   ol   Sales  ilinttniiiletl
Fool nl Lonsdale Ave., Ninth Vancouver, B. C.
EPHONE Hy
P, 0, HON 114
SPECIAL
lluiililc ('urn.-r mi St.
Andrews and Kifteentli
Siri'fi, oloae lu cariine,
I'oiiiiiiaiuliiig .1 magnificent viiw, nml lituated
in tlm lun rl of ilm riH-
ili'iitnl |iorlioii of Nnilli
Vancouver, Tliii \i nu
itlt-iil location fora home.
I'ni'e.Olllil; casl, si	
luiiu ii, 12 ui'Millis.
Pierce &
Hall
l. o. o r.
North Vancouvei Lodge,  No
55, Hints ithi Tln11s1l.11 evening, corner Lonsdale avenue and
bust street, at S o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to
attend, J. Kelly, N.G.; A. T.
Kennedy, Rcc-aec.; J. II. rilling. Kin.-sec.
NORTH  LONSDALE
\ GOOD 50 FT, LOT CLOSE m NKW BOULEVARD
EXTENSION.    I'tin Sum, '. iash, balance in ( ud
1.' months,     I Ins is a snap.
CLOSE m WATERFRONT mo SECOND NARROWS
Two good lot! I4II '■uh*  J.'"" cash and the baUnic in t
and 1J montha     Ihese in* f.n Inlaw niarkel value.
QUEENSBURY HEIGHTS, iln-. tour line, a good triple
iihuh 1501147 leet cleared ind graded, $.1350, Jiooo
r.ish. hai,rn ■ 6, 1 .• .mil 18 montha,
Chas. E. Lawson £> Co.
n s. -mi in nn c r. i.itvs.is
Real Batati Spedaliiti     15 Loaidak Ave.        Phone 70
lh,,/ANDIC
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l.k. Bonnet,     61 lonsdale
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IMIIIM 110
III let St.
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173 THIRD STREET, W.
I III  "I'l'KII- 111,rli I H'l
Hot Points
For the: Man
U ns .1 1 haute to please lln
uiie
Qth 1  at onu- a  I910 " 110 I
POINT"
Tt n davs trial, free (nr askm*;
D isura and otwiforl oa ironing dav.
Qu.v nun ua inaikit gn.ii.ui-
li. .1 lot twu vears.
J'|. ■ -I HOW, il   will   please   Iii 1
|^a ii.   clean  and   eioniiiniral.
I iv nne nuiv antl be uinvint rd
B. C. Electric Railway Company, Ltd.
'id Lonsaale Avenue.
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j THE CANADIAN FINANCIERS, JJD. \
North Vaniouver
Coal and Supply (o.
Dealers in C nal, Bru li,
Sanil.   Gravel,   I.une,
Cement    and    General
Builders' Supplies.
All   Orders   I'mniptlv
Pill, il and Satin! 11 I   aii
Oaarant. .1    Prices on
Appli! ition.
OficM Lonsdale, seal ( il. Whail
Warehnusc :        Fomun'   W li.irf
E. PALMER
MOM  V.I) Illili h
CONIRACIUIt
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Iiim Sire, t luts in lirsi Modi Bnt ol Low
dali     An im. llnil invi'stniiiil
$6000 each.   Good terma
I*.until Street, mar Malum ; 511 ft  lot, uvviur
aiiMuns tn ti ||,
$2800.   (,uml terma
Sixth Street, in blocs 70, I). L 271 5° ''• '"'
line lm lliun. '. I view nl Iiiiii.iiii Iub I*
$1500.   Ti mis
Third Stiect, juu Ivaal ol Lowdale, Sm Mh.
$6 300.     (niii'l HI ins.
Fourth sin. t. bluili 2}. I). L 373.
$1800,   Reasonable TetiN,
'Iiunl Street, Mock 18, U, L. 273.
$1900.     '   la^h, bilance 6-tl nionths.
What is tin  use ul paying rent.    Buy a lot
in our new aubdiviiion in Lynn Valley, jusi
,1 I, iv minutes liuin lllc car.    (iood soil,  Inn*
mn.   Lar|e loti, iiie 57x150 feet.   I'tcsent
pricei 1.1:11;.   Irom I150 to |JOO    Term!, as
bm 11 Itj down and f to par montha   Tlu-v
Hill not last IniiK at tin se pin 1 s
4 LONSDALE AVENUE.
PHONE 215  1
Head Office 632 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C.
po Box —'tiiMHiimmttitiiitnnnimiitti THE EXPRESS, XORTH VANCOUVER, B. C,
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1867
DOMINION DAY
CELEBRATION
1910
North Vancouver, B.C
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FRIDAY & SATURDAY, July 1st - 2nd
THE BIGGEST CELEBRATION IN THE HISTORY OF NORTH VANCOUVER
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Two Days of Solid Pleasure.   MONSTER PROGRAMME
Under the auspices of the B. C. Amateur Athletic Union
Athletic and Aquatic Sports
Industrial Parade     Horse Racing
Children's Sports    $3000 in Prices
GOOD MUSIC       TWO BANDS
Lacrosse Matches:
FRIDAY :   North Vancouver vs. New Westminster Intermediates
SATURDAY; North Vancouver vs. A City League Team
Both Matches on Athletic Grounds at 3.30 p.m.
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600 Boys with Two Bands in line    Grand Annual Challenge Cup for most efficient and best drilled patrol of 8 boys
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Grand Fireworks Display Each Evening
CELEBRATE  WITH   US
MAYOR W. H. MAY, Chairman A. G. PERRY, Treasurer.        W. C. GREEN, Secretary
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THE EXPRESS
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lm us t'ta   wants and the offering*,
ul tun. ni lm al .nlvi rtising,
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reach your mm quickly.
If you are sure Just
where he Is th* telephone will do It quicker.
But if It Is good help you
want and do not know
Just where to find It, our
Want Ada. are quicker
than either.
H2LP WANTED
R'ANTKD   Man to cul about
live mills nl w I   Conipston
In , .luhn Alexander \ Co. i |t
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l,()ST (it-. Thud slreel wesl.
child's gold braii li I with small
padlock, Finder pleas, nnun to
the l'.il*in   Hulel I |t
FOUND
POIND        (Ml    I,lllll     Vallev
road iieai the hotel, i pail   ol
gold l iiiiiiiitil spu leu It-   (iw n
el'   in.iv    proCUn   saint    ,il    I'A
puss ollice bv paving lor  this
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TOR SALE
I-iH-: SALK   A sailing   boat,
sloop rigged, in g I condit i»n
1 heap   Applv   ai tin   l-'.vpt ss
nibte i li
FURNISHED ROOMS
Furnished  Kootui to Let   m
all m»dcri bona. situated  on
..ii Iin. Applv, ,**iuei im.i s
imu ud SimIi itreet Xorth
Vancouver. i si
MISCELLANEOUS
Good raang bull [oi   sei i let
Cnrnei Kt nh Road aad Lillooet
situ i   Fee v  T. I ..nan
LOCAL ADS
Jack  I. "Ulet  and  N    l...n.sd.il*
I'.bbi Mm r.iv Co, lm in-.nr.line
Sealed Tenders
l-ni    nil   iar|Mtilei    tmrk    re
quired on the propoied Preabj
la nan ilnn,Ii bttildinf, I.vnn
Valley, will In ran Ived bv lln
undenigned  up lo j .. tlui. p
HI   ul tin   ..lh insl     11am   ainl
nadfications mav be mth ti
the office "i li   Ui -.allay,   i
Kiiuin iu'  i  "ii'.n Block,   Van
iiilivet   ui ,,n applii atliiii tu
II  I)  HcCOLL,
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lu In   IniHIshitl  with data  tela
nn   in  iln   grade proldi_ In
ihis ,itv nu vi Iiii Ii Iii aras inui
nl in pass an opinion   iln ad
I" llinul Hiuiiii.. ul the illv
a..im. il ami lln it pn * lil.illVfs
"I lln rali pavi ts wlu. h was to
In lnhl in lln till hall "II Sal
iirdai all. I nia. ui vva^ again ad
|..nin..I to tin  tall ol lln than
It  i-   understood  thai    Mi
l .ilu. I   ll     vv as     lum  In,I    I .III
llll     pi.ill     .Hid    |.|"lllis    i*
d.n i ning -iii'l until in t • In
a position it ii pi"b
ihii    Ihal  iln   diMiissiuii    un
grades aiil Im lnhl in aheyanti
Tin    Inin   is.ne  .I     k"d  ami
Cun in ( .mad.i    imi lo  hand
,. nl.mis tvv,. dts'lii'livilv   Hin
I h  I a,iiunl,lan   alllihs.  a,ne I.
\|i      1*1 ih   spt . ■;■.     rntitlei)
■  '-lli..   I'.lm     I!
I ami    llie    nther    bv     V'.tl
i,i nn [-Milled    i p iln   l
Coast irum \ ni...iiv.t '    Tb.
iiniiib, i   i    ri pbii  w nh in It
aa|     |||l,  |,      I     '■*       pljrt   -IH 11
N'KU 1)AIK'\  FARM
The    pinspei tns    .lie   being is
sued Inr the establishment oi a
large dairy farm whiih will revolutionize lln milk iiulustr\ in
lllis eilv ami district,
Mr C, F, Jackson is behind
ihe movement, and it is propos
nl tn organize a company capitalized at S.'ii,.ma. In be divided intu ...uian shares ui Slu eaeh.
Al the pit senl nun* il is the in
tuition in have Si"," [  this
amount Inllv paid up.
The i.nin is i.. be situated at
Hollyburn wlnn! adjoining  lhc
I,uin nl .luhn I,aw sun. Mi
I.,iusun   has agreed    tn   tutu
.aiil   I vt ai ai KS I" lhe tiiliipanv
bu   a   consideration   in shaii s
ami   Mr     .latksuii   vvill   nn'
his small dailv  nli  I sih   strei i.
Sorlli    Vancouver,    into    tin
large concern,  also lor i con
sideration in shares
The buildings anil plant mil
be ul the latest design and Inllv
equipped hi even detail lor ilu
. an v in;; ..ii i,i tin business in a
salisl.n Iiiii   aiiil  i llu nnl    in m
llii        UT,    II.llulll   SlIuW   Is   II llll
ed  as  lhe  piuspet livi*  in,in.'J*.
Mr   Sin 'W  is a prji lieiii BX|H 11
in the caring lor cal li. ■ ini'-.
making ami general duin
wurk Including tin- tu.mul,nlure
a,i Devonshire cream,
A detailed estimate "i ihe expenses ami receipts are (iven in
ihe proapectui and according i"
ii with the patronage that i-
siin taa i„ secured in lhe uiv
nl  Nmili Vancouver, lite  con
uill will be ,1 IlliitleV lll.i;tl
lluiii the uiitsel and All Jack
suil    sies   null    siiuiss [or    Lie
mn undertaking.
linKSK RACING
iiu tin alternoon ol the   ist
"I lull Third slieel will be ..in
ll  Uul   lile busiest   t hurt ill;;lllaies
in iln- tin. The burse racing,
which iht spurts committee
has arranged lor is expected tu
In a Infill satlslatliitv .,111 '<
ll..II and    while   the t velils   at,
ii"t   numerous,    some   tlassi
lillliullls will be entered ill lhe
illlliti lit i unl-. alld e.uli event
Will  be kit llll   font. 'I"l
Among the items on the pm
gram lur horse i.n ing is an lu
all.ni |'"ii. ian whiih lias in
lulll,u vials hun ,i p-jpular at
Haiti,.11 ull lln   Nullli  Shut,
A    inimbii    •■!  speedv   i-i|ulin
havi  lm n .IH. inl (uf the saddle
mu in, less intcreating will
Ih- tin i "iv |.uin hers iaddli
pnnv race     Tin excitement   "i
tin uli.de nitit will Im- the , \
ple-.slileu's     ll'.Viltv    9090 111
Ihis i.ne tin 'Itivers uill In it
,pnlnI l" nm ihni htiises |..i a
consid.i.ibh distance, hitch up
iu tlieir aagons, lu.nl mi s
in.ni trunk ainl race back in
llu linish
SWKDISH PICNIC
attendance und supplied the
musical pari ul th' programme
wiih good iH"1 In nt even
Ing iln closing event ol the dav
was .i grand promenade dance
in ihe pavilion whiih was nut
concluded lill il"sr "» '" the
midnight hour,
Ililiiiiil.itla.il has just been re
reived ai the lupress office that
A I' Reaslei * who has for a
iiumlti't ul months past been n
resident »l Corando, Cal., bus
returned t» Hritish Columbia
ami is in iw icsiding ttt Roberts
Creek,
VANCOUVER
EXHIBITION
ALU SI   Iiiii to 20th, 1910 :
VANCOUVER
British   Columbia
I
$30,000
,dPr
in 1 nzes and r remiums -
S|,.*. ulli Iiiii run - fnim nil point-
OS *      '.if .ilia l".il-
i   iiiiiii wni ai- IrWghl iw i'ini*
ii'liaiia line*- vvill Ih* i,iiiiiiiii Iree.
Sn.ta'rl. iiii'l nnii|.ia* allniriii.ii. in
S|,,, ,|i, *..   Ki.'iil. ninI   iht >'"u
S|». i ii-ulsr "Klgliiiiiitli*. KUmw"
Bn Ila.-in,*.*(■,,mn,*Iiiii,ii, lVi,i,il
("i,'i'i*iaiir .'.'iii..!,   Tratibaf  ami
P-U-bi(    li.i!-    am.I   Hunt    Chili
li'ala.-.
Entries Close August 1st,
Wni. :**r prist1 llll Slid ui|..ruaail	
laa
I iv gov,
\l.ui.i.*,*r .iii*l Si'.ii'lan ,
Vll mer   bxlilliiliull   A-aa.illliull.
Purity and Paints
must ;*u |og< iln r il silisla. I"IV
lesnlls  an   i vpt. led     It   ' ult!
nmib leii in inaki* pn*ir qualit)
paint.
Our Reliable Paints
l.aisun's grounda in Hunt   ui
'In h"ti I was iln scene ol much
ulivilv     last    Satunlav    .iilil
noon nu iht occasion ol iin u
I. lira tion ol tin annual Swedish
pniin    Tin alternoon wai idi il
lor tin   participation   la out
I. ■* * I  .uiiiiM nu Ills nnd a portion
.1 tin inditlav was devoted   I"
games and amnsemenis mn
i""";"1"1; l;" ,"';, v"'"   Stoney (U Co. '■'■
t'lupb   ami  lhc children     the
Sorth Vancouvei   hand was In     117 l.onidili l'lione 149     +
lar** ni.n!i ilnn i. putitiou .III'I
hav, lui nine pupniai Tin I
t'i-1 1 oniid. tabh ini'ii I" make,
bill tin* Volume "I bnsint -,-*. , n
lb • n- lu 1 ban', in, in,.re than
you 1 iv loi 1 u l.t nn quality.
NOTICE
I vmi wanl fetal  mm  PrOfMty,  I.II in M.111I1  -pan ami
Mail to
INKSTER & WARD
NORTH VANCOUVER
NAM I 	
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I.iil I.LOCK I' I.
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This is the
Kootenay Range
WHICH WE WILL GIVE AWAY
ABSOLUTELY FREE on July 1st
The range will be in action at the park
in front of Larson's Hotel on the afternoon of July Ist. We want all the
ladies of North Vancouver to come along
and test thc superior cooking which is accomplished
on lhe kootenay, and write their names and addresses on the tickets furnished. Drop the tickets
in a box and in the evening one ticket will be
drawn, and the lady whose name is on the ticket
gets the range absolutely FREE.
Paine & McMillan
The Hardware People
Phone 12.     First and Lonsdale
■Mt*W*WtHH+*f4444WtHlH44+,HlHfHi'HH'H
NOTICE!
mu buinraa imiow nuclkill) ob i cash lis
lia n.lbb.a,    US    10   fjtH    Olir   lIKlull.ll        Ilia
anu high . Iaaa Roods M li«ve alwavs banditti
..I  vm   11,nib brltcr plici's llmll Ml bl  nbl.uii.d
in-- a iredit trade.
a 1      ai,   a|*l,|   ,,n,| ,„ill|Mtr i|ll«lllv   .unI |.ii"
J. A. ii M. McMiLLAN
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