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Volumu 10
North Vancouver, B.C., May 27, 1910
Nu in be r 12
Preparations for Dominion Day Celebration
Preparation lot a successlul
eclchriitioii on July ist were
madt- at a citizens meeting
held   for   the purpose   at    the
iitv ball Thuraday evening.
Mayor May was appointed
chairman, w, C, Green Mercian and A. G. l'erry, treasiir
er. The ollncrs, together with
the following were appointed ii
general committee: tteim. J,
V. C, Wootls, Goo. II. Mordcn,
0,   C,  Walker,   G,  UKochellc,
G, J, Phillipo, T. S. Brown, K.
Sulsbury, T. M. Ilt-anl, Aider-
man McNeish, Councillor Law-
son,. W. \V. Weston, 1-'. C. Junes
A. Davies, \\. C. Murrisuli, C.
R. Hickman and Alexander
Philip.
The program as roughly outlined will  Include i  lacrow
match between the North Vancouver team and a team from
New Westminster if the latter
is available, Aquatic Sports,
Athletic Spurts, Children's
Sports, Kircworks, etc.
A new Item whieh promises
to hi- one of lhe features of the
celebration is the propoaition
that an industrial parade lie
Formed representing the mercantile and industrial interests
of North Vancouver,   Home ol
the leading lirms have   alitadv
Intimated their willingnan to
participate and it is hoped that
the sclieliic can lie carried to a
siiccessfjil conclusion.
CominilltTS were constituted
as lollows : Finance, A. 0,
Perry, chairman, Messrs. P,
Larson, (i. C. Walker, f, Salshurv antl 11. G, Heaven. Sports
Lomiiiiltee,     Bert     Campbell,
chairman ; Decoration Committal, .1. C. Sahin, chairman ;
Music Committee, K. Chance,
chairman ; Printing Committee,
G. .1. Phillipo, chairman ; Firc-
[worki Committee, F, C. Jones,
chairman ; industrial Parade
Committee, F. C. Walker,
chairman;    Aquatic    Sports
Committal,   the   executive    of
the    Nurth   Vancouver    Yacht
Cluh.
The   president   ol   the N. V.
I Vachl Cluh and of the N. V.
Lacrosse  Cluh  were  appointed
I to the sports committee.
!   Messrs. K. Salshurv,   A.   ll.
j Perry alld W. C. Greta were appointed a committee to Inter-
'view the Vancouver Athletic
Cluh with a view to enlist
their assistance in promoting
the success of the several
events.
The meeting adjourned uniil
Wcdncsdav,   .lune gat, .it eight
Wednesday, Jan ist, at eight
GOSPEL SERVICES
The gospel lelil has been moved to corner ol Lonidale and
Third street.   Bvangcliatk -ei
vices are being cniiduc ed ea. I
Meek nighl excepl Saturda.
S o'clock Slintlav at | o'clocl
and 7.lo p. in. hv Kiangilisi
mm-tk-ti.»in 111.111.'li.i 1 and strict
Rone and Sail. Ueetingi in
non-denominattoual and strict-
lv rraageliatic, Subject Fridav
evening, Mav :7th, "A Woman
wlm said 'I will go,' and a
man who said '1 will not go.' "
Subject [or Sunday evening al
J.J/0 "A blind man's ride mi 1
donkey." All an cordially invited to attend.
MAUSOLEUM OK CHIEF
JOB CAPILANO
AT HOME
One    u[    the   prettiest     "At
Humes"   ever   held   in   North
Vaacouver was |iven by  Mrs.
W. J. Dick al the Japanese Tea
Garden   yenterday   alternoon
The lirst  part of lhe afternoon
was devoted to looking  over
the groandl whieh are verv uni-
i|iic,   aller   which   I delightful
tea was served ill the tea house
The ices whiih were to havi
beet served out in lhc stump
houses, had to lie partaken ol
inside owing 10 the uncertainly
of   the   weather,      The    main
guests   ireehy   thanked    tlu-ir
hostess for a verv pleasant afternoon. Amoagat ihose pus
ent wen- : Mrs. |l. J. Wood,
Mrs Fugler, Mrs. .1. A. Mi Mil
lan, Mrs Walter Owen, Mrs
Frew Kowler, Mrs. \\. J, Irwin,
Mrs. .1. C. Williams, lln M,
l'.irlauil, Mrs. Waller t'.reeii,
Mrs. Schmidt, Mrs H. Tliuiu-
as, Mrs. Billing, Mrs. 1). G.
Dick.
Correspondence
Editor Kxpress
Dear Sir, Wc beg iimsl emphatically to protest agaiaal
the fane ol a telephone service
that  North  Vancouver is   sup
posed to eajoj today, but in
realilv whieh Norlh Vancouver
stillers acutely under. Last   Sat-
iiidai evening oar Mr. Kin;,' desired tu ring up Dr. Newcombe
on a matter of life and death,
lml it was inipossililc even lo
gel central, aiid Mr. Kin-; had
the misfortune to have his dar
lill-; die befon lit- Conld even
|Ct I response from central.
Suieli, Mr. RditOf, it is time
thai the dim tors a the tele
phone compan) took this mat
ter in hand, and if these gentlemen have not brains enough
t" handle the situation then it
is lime that other men were dl
piitcd lo take hold of the company and run it lor the benefit
ul the Mihsi tihers. The s\ st 1 til
is ahsolulelv rot trn
Voitrs verv Italy,
HENRY EVES Ji CO.
Active operations hau- luen
began lot tin- erection ol a
magnificent tomb in memory ol
the late Chiel Joe Capilano who
died on March 11 tli, 1410.
The projeetin-; ol erecting 1
monument   mi   an   elaborate
stale OVer the hodv of lhe densest d  aliii'l   was set in   optra
lion daring the attaadaaa >f
ilu- viaiting chiefs and repnaea
talivt-s ol other irihcs   at   the
ulist'tpiii-s of Chief  Joe  Capil
aim.   Since lhat time the mat
ter has heen viguroiislv   prose
tilled, Wltll lhe result  that   lllc
plans an- now completed and
tlic contract (or the erection ol
the lulllb has heen lcl.
The plans shuw a building
measuring twelve by un leet
on the ground and eleven feet
in height. Il is to he built entirely of mck heed Hriti-h Columbia gray granite, the doors
and windows btiag the only
parts that   will he of other BU
[terial.
The entrance will conaiat ol
large btun/.c double doors approached In two or thret stunt
slips while uver lllc door in
plain block Idlers will he 1,11 v
ed the name "Chief Jot Capil
aim." There are two windows
set close under llic eaves, MM
un   either   side   antl    made   ul
stained glass, leaded,
Tin- Interior of the tomb will
he lined throughout with Italian marble and the Boot will be
of marble, made in inosan
The sepulchre will be of massive stone alld will he located at
lhe rear ol the interior, It
will he surmounted by a large
slab ol highly polished inarlile.
set into the wall and upon
whnh will he insiiihcd an cpi
lollle of the historv ol llie tie
teased t hieltain. This inst rip
lion will In- cliaraclt-ri/ed by a
carved representation of joined
hands, represent in-; King 3d*
ward shaking hands with Chid
Jot Capilano upon the occaalun
of the memorable visit ul the
Chief to   His Late Majesli   nt
Buckingham Palact,
The mst ul the inaiisuleii-ii
will be ill the Mighbofhood ul
.M,v*u, which will he raised bt
means of Contribution!, large
and small, from nieiiiber-i ol ill
the Indian Irihcs in the pi"
vince, Chief Joe Malhias C pii
alio, soli ol Chiel Joe Capi'.Hi"
bavin-; been appointed hut
chief of all the B, C  trihi-   Thc
tuiiiii win bt meted la lhe i-nr-
ial grouadi of the Capilano in
dians. while the leinailis ui ll'.t
departed Chief are HOW ~
(erred
I'liii lies lluse tomorrow lor
the hist annual Ion-; distatne
motor   boat rate of the   North
Vancouver Vachl Clab,  whkh
will he held mi Saturdav, Jiuie
4th
Grand Musical Festival for North Vancouver
Public  Meeting Discusses Project - Favorable Action Taken
The  uiidcrlakinjj  set on foot
by the Joint Civic Advertising
Committal thnt i grand musical festival he inaugiiralcd in
this cily lo Ik- made an annual
event was reduced to more deli-
nitt- lorm at a public matting
held in the city hall Wednesday
evening to discuss tht project.
Mr. A. J. Perry ouupied lhc
chair.
Mr.   C.   f. Joins ns lhe originator   ol lhe idea, gave   tllc
meeting an oatliai oi the pro-
pusitimi accompanied by help-
lull data from his experience
with reference to similar events
with which he bad heen connected in other plans
Mr. Alexander Philip de.ilt
exhaustively with the scheme
as outlined pointing oul lis in
herenl merit and emphasizing
the conditions requisite to success. Dealing with the several
eVCntl which it was designed
should iiimprisc the program,
Mr. Philip pointed out thai
attractive pn/es should hc offend in order to tender it
worth while for the Iiest musical aggregations to enter the
lists It was estimated that
lhe entire list would amount to
13,000, It was thought thai us
lm bran hands a inst print ol
|6oo ihould I.e offend together
With I special pri/e uf Sloo foi
tin* lusi equipment and I tro
pin to become the propi 1 tt "i
the   band    11 inning   the    saint-
I 111 it*  teats ill  succession.   Willl
reference to chain the lirst
pii/e was placed at |yn lad
ihe set uml at I150, iii addition
lu mIiuIi a thampiuiiship tropin should lie ollered. The ex
pi Uses iiuLsidc the prizes were
t'siimalcd at $1,700, making 1
total of Mi?0" f"1 ell purposes.
111 order lo justifi iln under
taking of smh a piu eit, it
tlouhl in Between lo iccan 1
itroag guarantee lund tm whuh
purpose he submitted lln siig
geslimi thai the securing u| tie
fund he conducted in ihe (mm
ul a joint stock compaay Dealing with the probable  receipti
from the festival the speaku
slated thai lhc  estimates an i.
haatd on a dative! compri rl
of eight perlorinaiites covering
Imir dais The iveregt al'c 1
dance ought not lo la- le-s than
1,500 people, whiih, pri sinning
that otic hall of tinm entered
lhe grand stand at a small
charge would give an aggregate
of 6,000, which wuuld plan-
the project on a paying i'.i i-
Proceeding to ihe benefiti
which might be tapectcd tone*
true from such au annual evi 111
in North Vancoaver, Mr Philip
amongst othei points obeerved
that it wuuld allord the till
wide piililniti ol 1 disirahle ui
der, il would assm 1 ite lhe titi
iii tin- puhlii iiuiul with elevated
ideals,   it   would   hllllg    large
lldWlls       tll       HUT       Ill'llltlS     Itllaa
would (or themselves sit tin
.nh,nil,mes   ninth North   Van
couver aflordi lor Invvatinent,
(or   resideliie,    eli ,    ll    wail.1
make the till   a  nilisital nlili
and   would stir up a love   t**i
antl   an   enlliusiaslii for   tiillsli
localh
Geo,   II   Morden    considered
lhc   stlieine olle   ol txceplliin.il
merit smh that ii would provi
well worth viliilt- to put forth
strenuous cllurts tu st-tuie il
lm \a.rth VaiiiuitviT. Tit
neussiti ul holding the hatival
nut laii 1 than August 11 u.l. red
lhe time so short lhat he ipn
tinned the possihihti ul pel
beting plans to cany Ml Uu
■chant   on   au elaborate   -si .1 It
this year, Hi was of the opinion that il would he well to so
modify the program that only
musical aggregation now actually 411 existence and those of
undoubted merit he approached
in participate in order to ensure the [act that whatever was
aiiuallv undertaken would be
of a high order and a pronounced success. The Uldcavor
to accoiiiplish too much at
short notice might pave tlu-
way for results lhat would imt
prove helpful to the effort to
establish the festival upon a
permanent basis.
Mr.  Perev Ward was of   the
■pinion that then was not sul
licient time lo permit the organization of anv new choirs
or other aggregation to participate in this year's festival
bill Ihere was a sullicient number of existing organisation
which would he prepared to
lake hold at tune (or preparation,   to  ensure  success  on   a
moderate scale
, Mr. W, J. Irwin was strmig-
Iv in favor of si-curing some
ifistinclive event such as that
under discussion as an annual
'occurrence at Nmth Vancouver
Other cities worked nlong llnst
lines with splendid results. I.ns
Angeles uhserved an old Span
ish festival, Pasatlcua and l'mt
'land each held an annual llow-
l«r show, anon which large sums
wile expended allll ihese ht lie
fitted verv greatly (n in ihese
institutions. Similar results
wuuld doubtless accrue to
Nurlh Vaacoavei Irum an an-
. nnal musical lest ival ftotn I
linancial puint ul view the
ghlllll timid prnhahlv bt nude
sell sustaining, bin I strong
I civic commii tee would be re
IHjiiretl in order to si-nirc tbi
in main guarantee (und without Which no steps could Ih-
laken.
Mr   Geo. Shepherd declared
I hal the sthenic should la- made
as luinpiehelisiii as pussihle ill
uriler to promote ils success
Hi- did not think that il wuuld
he advisable to lav down too
many limitations
Mr   A  C   Perrv thought thai
it would bt practically impossible to sustain the interest ol
the public in a lour day festival Tilt tune was llul silHicienl-
Iv long to permit of prepara-
tiutis upuii a stale that would
favur siittiss ,11 tins regard. Ii
in,uld lie a guud plan to Itegin
wnh, sai a brant bated eom«
petition   occupying one   da\,
ilnn   nexl   real    add a    choir
competition   aad  extend   the
lime to two davs 1U bull I-
ing lhe lestival up Dl lhe llllll
s\ stein as suggested, publii
sentimciit tuiiltl lu- made lo
progress wilh tin- iiistilution,
and il would grmv Ul largi
proportions on  a  sound lia sis
II was a mistake lo un.Yttaki
10 start as a lllll grown institution  nnd prejudited the probe*
hllilles ul slluess.
Messrs Salshurv, Dutialdsun
nnl uilitis spukt- 011 dillt-renl
pluses ol the schciiii
ll was 1 hen milled bv iMei
allder Philip, set untied hi   W    I
11 w ill    and    nified    that   the
chairman appoint a commlttei
to i.intas lur tiinirihnliiiiis I"
the gllaranlee lund aiid thai lhe
wliule scheme be Mcrrcd I 0 k
iu the Juinl Civic Advertising
iiiliiliiiltee lo taffy into illni
is nog as slllhtlent sua ess had
heen   attained   bv the caavaia
mg committee,
The chairman appointed the
lullowing a loinmittcc re guar-
niiee lund Messrs Geo Shepherd, Salshurv, Donaldson,
Philip, P   Wan! and  lleateti
Local and Personal Items of Interest
Kev. it. Hedley Baldantontl Mr. I). \\. Elder .will leavt
will occupy the pulpit of thej about June ird next on an cx-
loeal Methodist church for the|tended trip to the old country.
last time in the capacity ol
pastor uti Sunday morning and
evening. Mr. Halderstmu is re
moving! to   Collingwood  aad
will be succeedetl hv Kev. W.
Schliihtcr, who with Mrs. Sch-
lichter,: is expected to arrive
ill the citv next week
The Nurlh Vancouver Pi.ui"
Compan have deckled to extend their business lu the nuth
shore of the Inlet. Tlieir Vancouver premises will Ih- located
on Granville street, elusc to
Hastings street. The entire
business in both cities   will   bt
incorporated,   prnhahlv   under
the name of "Warhurnil/. Limited." The new name is a composite term Iraiiied from portions of the names of lhe lirm
of Ward Huriiicsier and von
(.raevenit/..
The demand for reserved scats I
at tin- lacrosse match tomorrow at Recreation Park   be-
Itieen the New Westminster
Mintu Cup bidders and the
Vancouver team, is so keen as
to practically assure a record-
breaking attendance Nothing
tucceeda like roccm ur the
bopt ul suti'css and tht Vati-
1 inner public have eiidcntlv
persuaded ihemselves lhat they
have | team lliis vear which
gives good prospects ol wresting the championship from the
veteran cluh llial has held il
in unbroken succession fur
many years.
Mr and Mrs. II A. Shaw
have dispused of the business
which ihey have Conducted in
this dty lor tht past live vears
lu Mr Arthur Curry. This was
the lirsl dry goods and fancv
goods hnsiut-ss lo Ih- established al N'orih Vatitutivet, and in
disposing of it Mr. Shaw will
seenre the upportunitv of devot
ing his eiii ire energies lo his
real estate interests wliile Mrs
Shaw will enjoy 1 well earned
rest   Mr Cany is a practical
tlrv goods man of extended ex-
IHrieiiit and has heen identified
with mercantile laternti at the
mast for a number ul yean
It is his inteiiiiuii to develop
the business alung the latent
lines and in accordance with
the 'most approved mt thuds,
The dressmaking department
will In- continued nnder new
management, nn experienced
modiste being now en route
from the east to take charge
of the ilt-paitlilctit.
Mr.  M.  B.  Mmtinstiii lock a
irip   up to Satolias last   week
lh returned on Monday accompanied In Mrs. Martinson who
had been sojourning in tht Interior lur suine weeks (or the-
bent-lit oi her health.
Messrs. J. A. Kilwanls a Co.
tare ol Palaie Hotel, wishes to
inform tht party who stole a
gallon oi paint from the new
St. Agnes church, corner 121
street and the Boulevard, that
il they will call thev tan havi
I brush and labor to do tht
wurk with,
Mr. and Mrs. 1 Peru King
wish to express iheir deepeil
gratitude and thanks for the
kind sympalhv and help so Irmly extended to thelll during
their ret tilt hereaiemcnt. Wlll
friends kindly accept this in
lieu of pen-ma) thattkn, whiih
at present Mr. and Mis King
do not leel able to express.
NEW LACROSSE LEAGUE
s.itisiatiun program la btiag
made   M  the   hull  ul  the   111«
lerri sleaini-r al Wallau   Ship
yarn,  tht tramework ol tht
midship   seel imi   is nuw all   in
place.
A new ii.itme is hejng added
to tin- attraction al the Jap
anCK Tea ('.alliens ill the   fail Ml
of a tower which will mn un
twelve    leel  s(|iiate   alld  lb lUl
llO leet in height
.'et   into  the   wall   and  upon
Mr and Mrs. Justph Ogle
ne visttni*.' al Minion Citv
this week.
Kiv, Teams Knlistcd  of Whkh
North Vancoaver is One
Ai a meeting held in Vancouver last evening steps wen*
taken  to urgalli/e a city  intt-r-
mediatc lacroaat league to m
elude Vancouver and neighbor
ing   tumiiiunilies.      Tlute   an
live   teams   ill  lhe membership
at   present   1 (insisting ol    Nut til
Vancouver,  Mt,  Pleasant   l'res-
hvterian,     Sipiannsh    Indians,
(.randvicw   and   Kairvicw.     C
M. Kilts.ni. si-irelatv and man
ttger  of   the   North   Vancouvir
team, was eletted vitt-presidt 111
ol the new   league       Th    st lia
dull* is now   in COWM al   pre
11,11 ution.
The regular monihlv meetini
"I the sthuul buard uf tin citj
will bt held this evening at
eight o'clock The thief btud
ness will he the examinad""   'I
tht competitive plan tubmitti rl
l"t the new s hool building   '
be erttled ,,n  l.olisdale Aveiu*
north ol :2nd street
BAND CONCEIT
I.vnn   Vallcv   wa.s   enlivened
last (Thuraday) eveaiag by tin-
strains of the Norlh Vancuuver
Itiass Hand, rnforuinatelv the
ram drove the instrumentalists
Into tht sthuul where thev wi re
heard to less advantage,   hat
ni t hii'ire giving tlu-m | chant
ta   demonatrati to tht crowd
a .1 milled the i-m i-llttil pro
thev hnd madt- in su
I rt 1 tune siiui- their tnroll
vi'iil as a band. The I'n-sht
1 1 ui Ladies' Aid liirnished the
i;isiilalis with Iree teltish
niaiils    and    lhe   lutiurl     was
thoroughly rajoved bj tht rati
ah ui- ul the vallev   it ii hoped
I il   this   is   hill   lhe   Ills!    "I
ui.iiiv smh welcomi visiis irum
I    hand.
BUSINESS LOCALS
Jack  l.i'lllet  and  N.  I., f.sdale
Elder Murrav Co, lire insurame
To buv or sell propert)  la
North vancoaver sec Pierci \
Hall 12
To raise liiutiev mt agleellitllts
ul sale see Piene .St Hall.        II
l,v 1111 Valley, doee*to tar line
\ Iota, block 5a, D* L. I0J3 ;
price, J5J5, t.ish S:;s, b, 13, ll
and   J|.     Sun Kt-altv Co.,   52
Lonidale Ave.
For Singer and Wheeler and
Wilson Sewing Machines and
accessories, call at our olhce,
The J.J. McAleece Dry Goods
Store, 95 Lonsdale Ave. Ma-
hiiics sold for cash or on easy
payment system. The Singer
Sewing Machine Co.
1-Ok SALK- Prize bred black
Orpington Rooiter, pure itock.
Applv  Plume 170. 12
Baby Buggy for sale, white
wicker, lor Sm ; cost fato, Applv llat above 442, Lonsdale 12
I.vnn Vallev Acreage—Ben*
lliul location oa I). L. 2i<sy; ';
ailes Irolll S7011 tO $7,S0.       See
us about this.
Sun Realty Co.,  ,S2 Lonsdale
Avenue.
NOTICK
Notict is herein given that
K. J. Hinchcy is no lunger au
tlluri/ed to sell Investment
Home Producing Contracts or
to represent this compaay in
.mv capacity.
CANADIAN BOMB 1NVKST
MI-NT Co, LTD.,
12 711.S Kuhsuii Strut,
Vancouvei,
AGENT WANTED
The Canadian llunie Investment Cumpaiiy, Limited, ie
(pin    the    serines    uf    local
agents in Nurth Vancouver and
throughout the country, Good
opening lor real estate and other   salesmen    to    start    wilh
I h.mu* fur advancement.    Call
ail  address
HEAD OFFICE, Till-; CAN.V
DIAN HOME INVKSTMI-'.NT
CO, LTD.,
703 Kobson Street
II Vancouver, I! C
NOTICI':
A meeting ol tht North l.mis
dale   Ratepayen'   Aaaodation
I ill be hi Id "11 Wfiltlt'siLiv even
ing, June ist, at 8 o'clock,   ,1
l.n k  Loutet's oflice, cornet   ol
Nye  street   and   Lonsdale Ave
Important    inatten    aflecting
this distriit   will   be dlscuimed
Md all  ratepaveis in   thli   pm
nmi "i the diitrict sh..uld   ill
ilea vol  111 he present, 12 THE EXPRESS, NORTH  VANCOUVER, B. C.
Smart Bathing .Suits for
Women, Misses and Children
Thr call tn tin- slmiv ihould Hud ynu
ready with onu of ihew attnicliv bathing
garments.   We ihow a vary complete range
in |in|iiilar lustres of tin- moil wnlor-ri'sist-
ing ijitjilitii-s.
The iiiinlrls for Mines and Children are ns
equally attractive it thoie nhnwn for the
oliler folk.   If vmi require such garment!
ymi will liml ut iif act ion in this diaplay:
in I KING SUITS foi Women, in Navy, Red or
11.111.. .a tyt) .uul (3-50 111 li
BA1 IIINd   SUITS Inr  Miiiet ind Childreo, in
Navv or Red, .it la. J J ami $1.30 itch.
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
575 Granville Street.
Phone 3541
♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦<>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
O.K. BAKERY!
And CONFECTIONERY ♦
BREAD, CAKK8, PASTRY, ETC.
FRUIT, CANDIES,
CIGARS AM> TOBACCOH
STATIONERY, MAGAZINES
OFFICE SUPPLIES, ETC.
CITV BSTIMATE8 1410
Tin- liilliAiii" arc the c-sli-
miiics (or the current yenr as
adopted b\ tin City Council at
tin* regular session on Monday
evening. Tin ferry mte is Included in the "ther items in
ihis report and inasmuch 11 ii
was thought advisablt that this
ihould appear .is 1 separate
Item, tht rn treaaurtr was in
■tructed to nake the neceaaary
ainciidineiii • The terry rate
last vear was (.8 mills, while
ihis vear, iifl atculilit ol in-
created aiaesianeal valuea the
rati will be 21. mills* It will
be remembered that ibe lerrv
debenture! are written fnr a
term nl leven vears. The estimates an a*, lollowi :
The li'l.ils available (or as
sessmetit [or 1910 are as follows :
l-'nr Khool purposes only, .'=,,
S;.\ |:| ;  [or all purposes onlv,
fe.37M»4-
The amount to be raiseil loi
interest and siukin-; funil pur
puses is J43,53VV There is,
however, an amount itaading in
the hooks to the credit ol thi
ICCOUnt ol 1(4,696, same havilii;
beea raiseil last vear in excess
oi the amount required, Thii
reducei the mi amouat for this
vear to $38,837, neceaaltatlng
a loan rale l.eili|l struck   ol ;'.
mills, thereby producing S:\
990.
The Khool estimates (or   thi!
vear tall lor Sl-\|hy     This Bl
count  has a   credit  oi $4,316,
j which was raiseil lasl year over
land  aliove   llu-  school expendi
I lures.   Taking into accoaat ul-
so the government  -;rant   of
some $4,000, llie net atilolin1 to
be raised (or school purposes
I will be $4,1 pi, which can be nut
In ,1 ', mill rale producing $).-
404,
The total amount required km
general purposes is 570,4411 divided as (ollows :
Police   S  \fiefi
Waterworki Main ,.. 6,5°°
Kirc and light     7,|on
Hoard oi Health . ... i,ouo
Hoard oi Works     . 13,000
Finance     ih,ht-o
$70,44*
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I Hli     LONSDALE     I'll A KM.KA
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VINCOUVER   TRI CIS    .    .
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US  .1   TRIAL   ON    VOIR
NEXT ORDER. I'HONE if
V  S.   THOMAS, I'liin. H
DRUGGIST
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N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1910
JULY
1st—Flower,  l-'init |ad Vegetable Show,    l-'iaii-
iicl Dance at ni-;ht.
Prices for rent of Hall     Dances, |lo ; concerts
and socials, $12.
II. SNOW, aSecretarq.
The citv's revenue exclaaive of
the rate struck will amount to
some $7,1 |h, derived as follows
Water rales  $6,000
Licenses         6011
l'liliec  Fines          S|o
$7,44*
leaving .1 balanct to be railed
mi the rate of $63,000, A gen
eral rate ol 1 \.lfl mills, 11:.iking a rate nl 1: mills net alter
allowing ior the statutory rebate of t-h wuuld raise Shi.sih
and thus leave a it nil iiioriu v
luml ol $1,536.
1 would lespcitfullv recommend, therefore, that the rate
for the vear 19IO be made up as
follows :
Loan rate, ;'4 mills; Khool
rate. \ mills ; general rale,
14 J-J mills, total, 22 2-,s, being
20 mills net.
J. W. BALMAIN
CIVIL    I   M.INI.I* l<
Quwthl Siirvt-ynr ind Ari'liilo I
NOKTIl   VANCOUVKk.
Save your Piano by having
an Expert  do your Tuning
T. BRADLEY TAYLOR
260  Sicond   St., West
Wurli (iiiR-a-iiti-tatl.     I imp 11 I'iwIhI uml
I'll call.
Piano$& Organs
Tuned and Repaired
Charges Moderate.
Satislactiini Guaranteed
WILLIAM LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER & REPAIRER
"Ptgwell" 14th st., w  l-'tirlies ave.
P. C. will reit-ivi prompt alien-
tion.
All new houses should be piped lor gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure for this convenience at a laUf date.
N. V. LIGHT, RBAT &
POWER CO., L1MIT1-I),
Lonsdnb- A- *
E. DOWIf
CONTRACTOR AND MUI.ItlvK
Plain, Specifications, Estimates
P. 0. Box 27, North Vancouver
A. FARRO
(•eiiernl Contractor
l.illlll I'll-HIIII*,-,    Nillll|i llllll Van li
Diluting. Kxtra tart m»r hUM,
All Hmniii'i.. Ball i!"i,il.
IHILOTUIIT     AllFNCV
jnel HI    VVnt ill Luiitdil.
All kind-, nl
w
omens
Wi
oes
Or to C. !-. JACKSON,  1-th Street
ALEXANDER F. REILLY
leacher of
Artistic Pianoforte Playing
North Vancouver,   Saturdays
Studio Address, 9,19 Davn> St. Phonr* R 1732.
15th Street
I 50x167 feet on 15th Street, corner on lane,
one block east of Boulevard, subdivided into 5
lots, two cleared. $2350. $800 cash.
Balance very easy.
Also many good buys in the Business Section
r. McMillan a, co.
IwhI Eitite, Mirine  Tin-.unl Lid Iniuri	
54 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 197 PO. Box 155
Ninth Vancoaver Women Are
Finding Reliel at Laat.
It lines seem that Women
have more than a fair share
ut the aches and pains llial al-
ilict humanity; thev mutt
"heen up," must attend to duties In s|nle ul Hiiistatitlv aiding backs, or headachea, dim
spells, bearing down pains;
liiev must stniip over when to
sump im*,ms torture. They
must walk ami bend anil iron
with racking pain**, and  man*
ailies lruin knltiev ills. Kidnevs
cause mure sitllerin;; than anv
nther organ ul the body. Keep
the kidneys well and health   is
easilv maintained Read ul a
remedy lor kidnevs oaly that
helps and elites tin* kidnevs alld
is tadoraed bj people In Moon
Jaw.
Mrs. C. V. Ilaiiimill, ol loo
lianitoba Btreet, Mouse law,
Sask., says: "We art Vtt)
imu h pleated to recommend
Booth'i Kidney l'ills [or what
lliev have done fur us 1 had
■tillered Inr muni lis with mv
back. It wai su laint and sun*
that at times I conld staruly
stand up. My huaband had
been greatly troubled in lhe
same wav. He alsu complained ol a very weak itomach and
fell all run duwii. (in learning
ol ltiiuth's Kidney Tills we pru
cured a siipplv and altel I
shun treatment with this tned-
iiini- wt- havt* Iniind more reliel
than wc did in anv othtt   run
(*dv    Wi are both Feeling  Iki
ler in many waw
fat sale in N. Vancouvei In
The l.uiisilale riiarin.u v
Lumber
Mouldings
vSash and
Doors, Etc.
\.n iheap
north mmm
ume co.
MILL AND OFFICE
l-Nplanide, East
Phont Bj    Nmili Nancouver
Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods J
Gent's Furnishing and Fancy Store.
<•   Cor. lad mull .dale Ave.        Entiiblislit-tl WO!) Ntpbnetl   ll
This is to give notice that the above
establishment has been disposed of
to Mr. Arthur Curry, a thoroughly
up-to-date dry goods man, in whose
hands the business Mrs. Shaw and I
have built up can be safely left to
continued  success and   extension.
Hlltll IM 111111II11111111111111 111 1111H111
Lawn Waists, Ladies' and
Children's Sunshades
Ladies'  anil  Children's  while lawn   waists,  neatly
embroidered  05c
Ladies' plain tailored shirt waists, all lilaM  f.1.25
I.adies' lawn waists, embroidered  1.25
I.,a In s'lawn waists, lace and eiiilirniilerv  I.JO
I.lain a' lawn waists, embroidery and lace trimmed * *.
I1.74, li.Sj, .<.•.im. Ii.ij, tijoandup tu    6.50
Children's miii.ii* rlea. pattern! ami srll colon, each..    Sjc
Children1! lunihtdt i, pi iin aiul (rilled .. 411c, 50c. 65c. Hjc
l.uli. 1' white I'm ile iirathad 1 (rilled f 1 50
Ladies' silk lunihtdei, graen, brown, cardinal, navv,
etc Jl.50
Ladies'pongee silk sunsliadi s       I.6j
Ladies' white imbroidi red nnthidi i, >.' .-5, i.50,2.75
antl  3.50
.!..!. .McALKKCE
KEITH HLOCK    LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
PIONEER BAKERY
WAlkIR & Ml MIU, Proprietor*!
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
Try onr XXX Brown Bread. Daily delivciy tn all parts 0/ iitv
l'lione H ami 54
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & 6th St.
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIP BUILDER.
ENGINEERS &
Boilet makers.    .    .
Marine   and   Stationary  Ell-
(•ine and Umler Work promptly i Atinted.
Telephone 103
North Vancouver
C
0NTKNTE1)
USTOMKKS
ARRY
ONVICTION
c
OURTEOUS
IVILITY
ONQUERS
ONTRARINESS
For  onion   and potato tetts also flower   seeds   of
best quality.
HALL'S GROCERY
PHONE 189
Cor. Bt. 0-eorge's 0 8th Street
N. VANCOUVEB
J. H. BUSKINS
Cor. 3rd St. & Lonsdale
SuaTi'Miir t" W* I. (iiii"**"
HORSESHOEING and
General Blacksmithing
Spi'i-inl alti'ini"" tiivi-ii I" lann-
nnd iiili-rliTinn honM,   AN" "Bt"
Him tturii iiiiiI .ii-i-i ihirpenlni,
411  work   uniiriiiili'iil       I * r- uti f.i
•ttcnli'in.   (iiu-nn-u trial.
"JUDGE TOR MOVRSHUT"
North Lonsdale
\ \-*M   \> tlie Iiest  n-sidi-ntiiil   property  in
N Nortli Vanoouver
Three Qood  Buys
:{i)0 x 182, Corner on Ny.-  friino
1 i-o torn ni-iir Lonedale    low)
M v IN on Bt, Qforgci  * ■I--'1
JACK LOUTET
III UMIPD&LI At K . WL. IT 1<»R. NYK, TKI.. »;
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC. ETC.
BURRARD SASH I DOOR FACTORY,  foot ol St. George
U> .**hail 11 trial Iii'l "il vniir llnler*. .ninii "r larifi- THE EXPRESS, NORTH \ AXCOUVER, B. C.
SPECIAL
3 Lots Cleared and Graded on 2nd Street, half
block from Lonsdale Ave.
$9400, $3000 cash, balance 8, 14, 20 months
Best buy in North Vancouver. We can deliver
LINDSAY * CRKLMAN
Real Estate and Insurance
120 Second Steeet, North Vancouver
Furnished House
Wanted
A clienl of ours wishes to rent
a lurnished house of d or 7
roomi in Nortii Vancouver,
weit of Lonsdale Avenue.
Owners call on, or address
with particulars
Alvov.Alvensleben.Ltd.
4  Lonsdale Avenue,
CAPT. G, ANDERSON, Manager
KORTH  VANCOUVEI WIN;
AT LACROSSE
The rain which set in earlv
Tuesdav alieriunui materially
interfered   with the attendance
at   the lacrosse   match mi    llic
athletic iroundi between   tht
local lacrosse team and llial ol
the Beaver Athletic Cluh of
Vancouver, The crowd ol enthusiasts who did pui in au appearance, however, enjoyed t»
satislacliiitt of teeing North
Vancouver lake her opponents
inlo camp by a score of 13 to
J. Tbe visitors played I steadv
ami consistent game throughout, bnt they were not equal *
lo the local team in am reapect, The North Vancouver
team show*, limn* than avt rage
weight and is developing verv
gratifying characteristics as to
speed. The combination oi the
local placers is likewise begin
nine; to show itself to I marked
degree, iln* home being particularly conspicuous in this retpti
on Tuesday. The local defen
w.is not so itrong comparative
lv   as the hmne, but  lhe ilef.-rci
playeri an capable ol remedy
in-; this delect and 1 little .11-
tention will readily itrengthen
the team in this reapect.   Those
who wme the orange and black
oi  North  Vancoaver vnn as
follows: Mutulav, Thomas, McMillan, Martinson, Woods, Kar-j
quharaon, Page, Bullied,  Dent,:
Mcilrich,    l'larsall   and   I'.rav. ]
.thnlinsoii, nafortanately,  sns
tained t tin on the cheek in tin
first quarter which necessitated
his retiring from the game.
The score ill each i|llartt-r was
as follows
First Quarts
N. Van., McMillan, 1 min.
N. Van., Bullied, -' mitis.
N. Van , Mund.iv, 5 min.
Heaver A C. Rodivav, 1 mill.
N. Van., Munday, i1, miu
Beaver A C, Day, 2 min.
N. Van., McMillan, 1 min.
Second Quarter
N. Van., Munday, g mill.
N. Van , Gray, 7 min.
X   Van., Muiidav, 1 min.
Third Quartet
Heaver A. C., Ilcams,  i min.
N. Van., Page, i min.
X. Van , Munday, 2 min.
N. Van., Munday, | min.
Fourth Quartet
N. Van., Miindav, 2 mill.
X. Van., I'age, 5 inin.
Mr. C. M. Kittson acted as
referee to the satisfaction of all
parties.
Mr. A. lv Anders returned oil
Tuesdav from a two weeks' holiday trip.
1). I,. 27,1, lot 6, block ii),
price $1,160 ; '.. cash, h and 12.
This is a snap.
1). I„ 273, lot |I, Hlock 2,
price S 1,250; cash S.sho, 6 and
12.
1). I,. 163, lot th, block g ;
price 11,800 ; '.. cash, h, 12, It)
I). I,. 27,1, lots 1, g, 6, 7,
Hlock S, price (j,ooo ; '.. cash,
h, 11.
Sun Really Co., gl Lonsdale
Avenue
2   Large   _)
STORES  L
STORES  L
459--HI HASTINGS ST
VANCOUVER
1104 GOVERNMENT ST.
VICTORIA
Board of Trade
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given lhat
R, .1. Ilincliey is 110 longer um-
uiiied with lliis Company in
anv capacity.
Till- COMMERCIAL TRIST
ft loan en. LTD.
12 70.S Robson Slreet
Assessor   WANTED
Appliiatioiis will be received
in tlic nadenigaed up till 12
o'clmk noon on Saturday, Jut
1 uh, nno, for the position ol
Assessor of the City of Xorth
Vancouver loi llic uar ml 1.
The Iinie within which the
Assessor shall begin to make
and at which he shall complete
the Assessment Roll in accordance with the statutes shall bt
that period between 2nd July,
1410, .mil loth November, 1910,
Salary offered I500,
Thomas shepherd.
11 Citv Clerk
North Vancouver Roard ol
Trade meets the third Tuesday
of each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday of each month. W. .1.
Irwin, president; J, G. Fanner,
secretary.
Buy at the
Welcome
Parlor
And Save Money
We positively guarantee all
our groceries to be lhe highest
in quality and lowest in price.
For Groceries, Dairy Produce,
Vegetables and Fruit.
Highlands  Potatoes   $1.50  lo
fi.50 per sack.
Best J. & M. Coffee,fresh roasted and ground, 3 lb $1.00,
also a grade at 25c.
Indian and Ceylon Tea, lib ii.
also all standard grades.
,   Chilliwack Butter, 40c.
Also Butter at 30c.
Fancy Apples:
Wine Saps $2.75 per box.
King Apples 2-2.au
I Oranges all sizes from 20c. up
to 50c. per dozen, guaranteed not touched by irost,
and sweet and juicy.
Large assortment of Knglish
Candies imported and domestic from 15c. up to 50c.
'Also Fancy Chocolates up to
$1.00 per tb.
New laid Eggs daily, 3 dozen
ior ft,
Also Soft Drinks, all flavors.
Ice Cream, the very best.
Telephone tad       Free Delivery
West Vancouver Motor launch Service
Launch "Wist Vancouver," Captain Findlay
Licensed lor 15 passengers
TIME PA BLK
U.v*"
Hi.iiybtirii nioit
Inn Oii, txcffrt ftuixlat
I,.*.... v.hcoun.r
Cltjr rcrrU.' a'l-.rl
/.30 a III.
■I nO ,1.111
11.00 .1 111
13.00 (1.111.
15.00 p. Ill
17.1 II p 111
|a) 0,1 p.m.   . .
'1.3j a.m...
17.00pm	
Single Fire 15c.
tVaturdtDft Oal)
Sundav tSct-fdult-
8.00 a.m.
10.00 .1 in
i].oo a.m
14.00 p.m.
IB B0 p.m.
is   ,0 p.rn
1 p.m.
.. 14..tai p.m.
 21.00 p.m.
Tw.i Ticket! 25c.
Quickest route Irom North Vancouver to thf district beyond
Capilano Riv.-r Launch "Weal Vancouver" makes connections, without fail, with llif lerry steaiiuns Irom Norlli Van
couver, as per aliove tehednla
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU GREENHOUSES
I.liuita-.l
l*llllil*t'-l
CUT FLOWERS
in town at lowest price..      Iliu- H u trial for
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING BOUQUETS
60? Hastings St., H. Vancouver, B.C
AM^'-'^--.^**»^.>^^.^li^^.«-^-^'*»^..->»^.\.>^>«^.«^.^^W
Chas. H. Cates
PILE DRIVING
AND
General Contracting
mjf'm™
Exercise Care in the Selection of a Bank
for the Safeguarding of Your Savings
When you realize- that over
Thirty - live Million Dollar, are
entrusted to the Hank ol Hamilton, yon vvill recognize its position
in tin- public confidence.
W lien vmi learn that this vast
suih has been gradually gathered
from a small beginning, over thirty
v .1 I   a^u,   you   will   undei Maud
that, back of this iteidy progress,
tin ie must bc sound management
Hv modern yet conservative,
methods, the Bink ol Himilton
has proven itself a worthy custodian of the people's iivingi. I
Interest—it highest current rite
-credited hall-yearly, on deposits
of til.00 and upwardi.
C. G. Heaven, Agent
North Vancouver
Htid Office, HAMILTON
Cl->l.l tall-at 11900.000
■••. meet VaiitUti tmtst    -    t.ioo.ooo
Tot.I Aia.li       '     -      •       atai Jl.000.000
lAI'PLY AT
HEAD OKFIOE-Rouins 12 ami VA,  Flack Block
1(13 Hastings Street, W.    Telephone 3099
Ur rates' Wharf,  Nortli Vancouver,    Phoue 130
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Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
GROCERS
W. T. STEIN 9 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
3iy Pender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
CHEAPS1DE GU0CEKY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings Sl. ti.owu-.uirt)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
AHoHITECTa
MUSIC
J.STANLEY M1TT0X U.l.C.AJProl. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
ARCHITECT Vancouver Opera House
I Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' He. , Cor.
Robson and  Granville Streets.
413 Granville street.
VANCOUVER, B. C
BARRISTERS
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
SCHULTZ k ARNOLD
Harritteii, Solicitors, etc.
Roomi 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Strut
Phoai 99b
S. 1) Schelti        C. S. Arnold
PICTURE FRAMING
J«. H
KdlletheVBath
Cornr Homer aad Peuder Sts.
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest stock oi
mouldings iu li.C.to select Irom
so when you want framing done
cheap and well get oui puces.
BAILEY BROS. CO. LTD
540 Granville and 13b Cordova
RUdBtnsrAMPS
   THE GEO. II. HEWITT CO
The oaly up-to-date and itli-| Manulactureis
able b»U hou.. ia Briueh Co-,    (ggjg mM y1AM|>S
lum bit*
Sign aiul l'i ice .M.uht-ib
Wi   cure   wher.   other.   l»'l   lu-.„„*,.,.,,-kl„,     peM(Et»i
Satisiictioa  guariateed or no
pay. Plain baths, electric bath.,;^=— ... ■-. —	
shower baths, manage for ho- HEAL ESTMTt
jdy, scalp ud lice; electro ther- i 1	
I apeatic bathi a ipecialty. I Keep your eye oa
I JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
I   Gradaate ol Berlin, Germany
BUSINEIS COLLEGES
EAST   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particulari apply lo
MORDEN 9. THORNTON
Phone 8lj      440 Homer Strict
SPROTT-SHAW	
Business Institute !  ^y^ uuarautec ft
336 Haitiagi St. W
j C.n.l.'i Gr.it.it Wantr-i School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - - Maaager
PITMAN'S
Busiiifss College
633 Seymour st., Vancouver ^
Dty school open all the year  '^^^^^^^^^^^^^
round.    Night school commenc-,       KSTATES MANAGED
es September 8th.
Securities Corporaliou Ltd
440 Seymour Strut
REAL ESTATE
I LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
CHIROPRACTIC
DCTtCTIVC AGENCIES
Canadian Detective Bureau;—
Offices everywhere
Vi uver Oltiiv      -".i Kinpirti llln-k
■J*3 llii.linii" .1. ut'.i. I'h..in* 'Hi',
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
FIRE INSURANCE
	
R. Kerr Houlgati - • - Manager
RESTAURANTS
LAOHS  HAIRDRESSING
Kaai .mii In*., |iiif|.,i»to , llie be.l qnila
lie lad l"*,'"t |ir:i... mil on MAI'AMK
III MI'IIKI YS ll.tT. VMI (ll flll'l ti
I lip "lock ut la-air Komi. i.I iwj iIi«-
riptlo* lo -#|iit  irnin.     T'.'i;
llll'll . till'   l» "I   N|   ll.l  ll'   *     '   lla.tk
n*aii«lil|i; IDatilr lay in ,«)*, ri tieiitlf-
1111*11 -tlm lim lot tin ii half "ill flii'l a
la.iii.*.'1 (r.'il pn-ii niiitii, "( ...1*1. in
lb. Imh.I llmnlr.-aiiai' .nl iniiiiriir*
me. "ii   *l
MAIiVMK,   III Ml HII H
m Plate Si-tut
All North Vaacouver people
eat at
LEONARD'S
Either Flack Block or Haitingi itreet, opposite the lew
Poit Office. Leonard sells hn
tea by the pound.
WATCHMAKERS
Engliih practical watchmaker;
Eitablished 1889
Specialty,  repairing
WOOPROOFE,
311 Carrall StrMt THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER. B. C
THE KXPRKS8
Non ii V«\w hi vn, it C
Rath or
N la-a l:ll*ll*a\
One t
ear
11.00
Ms li
until*   •
.jo
Thr,',
IllOlltll-
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United StutHH un
1 l*iiri'ii.'i
,11,50 per yew
AUVKKTISINi,   KATEK
TlllS-IIAI     1'lM'l.tl      V |.\ I lill*.! Ml \ 1.	
.'.ii fi-nt*. per iuch well lunrtlon.
Looai KoTIOM, Kn - ♦I*'*1 |"'r iii'ii per
IIIUDtll.
Lira uo Ti-iiii li Sin n i *  SO dayi, ffi;
hi 'lut>, V .'ill.
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ei-iil. aet Inn'-, '''"'li -iili",*'|ii'*iii Inter-
tlull. BC, fir Inn-.
Id.uui., N'.n h i\  I .'it ii. Nmv» Uol
i iiv.-m.*-in- |'**riiii,*,.*aii*ii lna«riloii
I'.iMUAi i   Ann ■TIIIMI'ITI     Hull-   air*
ranged leeurdlng to i|i»e*i Mkw,
Allebangnln t-onim i tdverUit-iiieiili
musl In- in iln* Imuiii "i the pi r ot
\V*-tllH'-il.ll .■i,*iill,;l,ii-ll-liri'|'llliliellllin:
II till' 1" II   l-lli*.
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Nokiii Vam iiuvta. M ii  17, i'iii
SECOND NARROWS BRIDGE
AND REAI I'M \lh
ll   is  sale  tn s.i\   that
pabU(    work   aa|   ,i||\   . i.ll.sldel. Il'lf
proportion! whieh either exiiti
or is uikIi-i coin true lion 01
wliith is  in  lonteuiplation   in
lhe West   lml.iv   is mute ol    less
load)   related  i" real  estate
.ihies .md  i" real 1 state  op
a ratioua.     There is no  reuson
In  iln* plain i.ui slmnltl imi
t.iinliillv       .ulaiii.\\ Uii  ul,
lllell lli.il il is .ilisiiliitelv ini-
I a.ssilile lu disunite theie twn
propol ll"iis.      II    llie I.itt  that
an*     particular    undertaking
win.li is iu In* paid for by thc
nu ou \ "I tin pnlilie-at large,
will confer certain henefili npon
re.iilt holdingl in iis v i< mil-
ami vt ill p.ni lln vv.it lui more
or less a,uviiv in real estate
operatiom 11 this fact is to be
miisiiiiieii an argument again 1
ihe undertaking ol that publii
imrV .md an argument oi siiili-
tient weight t" i.ili Ior the
withholding ol expenditure! ol
public liitids iipun the und. 1 i.il.
in-; iheii there is .11 once an end
"i ill publii worki in iln west,
uinihei civic, municipal, pro
vimi.il "i federal.    This argu
llieilt tallied lu lis logical lllli
male would bring the entin
v,isi movement lm the develop
lllllll "I tile west 1" .1 standstill
and vvullld illll III. illv Idi nk 11
I.a;   all  time.
There ale, it is tun , instant
es in whiih project! art under
laken wlinli in "i thc nature
ui public convcniencei and
wlinli are carried out wnh tin
une purpoat "i furthering op
elan..ns in real est.ite. Prop
iin uwiieis m ,1 certain distriit
lui    inslaint, 111,iv   tuinl'iiii    lo
sn iiii- the construction 1 .1
11.imliiie through their propert)
ini iln sili- purpoet "I making
that propert] readil) acceasihle
ami of enabling the owneri to
niarkei   ii   al advanced   prices
ut    as It  is llllilersluoil  was lilt
eaat with Korth Vancouver,  1
urn 11 im in*!', be'stalilished
.md maintained lor 1 limilai
purpusi Thim .iii Instancei in
which publii convcniencei an
provided at tht 1 ipenat ol pri
\ .tit-   i niii pi ist,   because    lhi
wliule matter is sliullv a "n .1!
eslate proportion llnlll Ills) li
lust,'   and Iin |illlillt  UIOHi 1    ITt
■oagkt ..1 givin [01 iln 11 mill
ante.
On tin* uilii 1 hand Ihen   an
norki oi a publii   nature In
whiih the intereit! "I thl I'nli
hi at large an magnified and
private Interisti art ndined ti
a Ncondar) consideration,    li
sin h 1 .r.is n || '|iuii liiiplelltlv
tin* lati ili.u privati interests
1 "iiiniiiite a proportion "l the
I.. 1 .md the wmk is perforated
at tin public eapenae The ton-
itruction "f Sim ti, eit , undi'
tin- local Improvement  lyiletn
IS   .,    I,lllllll.ll    lllst.ltM      i.|      llli-
procedure Hm thli la not '"'>
.nn meant Invariably tht
Tl 11*.till' ll"tl    "I   the splt'll
did   sliel and   COX i' "    I""1 ''
In nn .ms  i| which tht cit)   "I
Vancouver   ii ipanninn
Creeh mutt bt admitted lo add
appreciably to the value of pro-
pert) holdings in the suburbs to
be served ami ci t these bridgei
are built bv lhe cit) .is sneli.
Again, the proposition is now
seriously lUbllliUed in Valium
ver to build 1 bridge acroti ont
ul the arms ol False Creek tu
connect ont "I the west end
streeti with one ol the east end
streets to the north oi Pender
street, li must be conceded
that siuli an undertaking wonld
cause an immediate appreciu
tion in real est.ite pricei on tht
tWO slleels In be 1 iillllei led and
ih.ii ,1 great deal ul activity
tta,nld develop in that realty
ami yet notwithstanding thii
feature, the wort will prohabl)
be considered ol smli great
public import thai il will i*.
i ..iisi 111, ted  at the publii    en
pellse.
It is quite apparent then th
the stage is reached sooner or
l.i tii in this mallei in whitli
a project is fraught with sn
great possibilities oi benefit  to
the   public   that   il   slmlili
Double Corner 4th and St. Oeorcjo r*» utnifimitmu pji_* ••»•* ♦*• *<"•*
1--! cash, lml. li ninl 12 monthi.
price $7,500.   lermi:
Third  Street
Lol ii, Block 137, D.L. 271.   Pries|2100.   Terms:
1-.", oath, balance 6 nnd 12 monthi,
That prices are far Mete /lie market tod only fit t vei r thirl Iimt,
ELDER MURRAY CO.
I'l 17 Nan Hi V.n "■' l-hiiii,* IW V'.llri'livi'l*
niii,*,* iiani-'iii.iii. tii.1.30p.in,   open BnnlDtibjr inpolntment
Alter iillii'e hours, pliune f.ll-.'
supplement the advantages ol
Vancouver b) the addition ol a
magnificent water frontage and
other factors whith will prove
ul the greatest moment in pro
uniting the development of the
great porl nnd manufacturi y
centre whieh all agree is tu be
built up around the shores ul
Hurrard Inlet. When all the
feature! ol tbe situ.ninn art
given due consideration, the entire west mav safely bt ihal
lenged t* produce I similar project whiih bears to fl more COB-
spieiiniis extent lhe hall marks
iii i public wmk ill iiic truest
sense ol the term, lhan dues
* Second   Narrowi bridge.     in
taken  in  hand  and  carried to n(,tt ,,i ,iu- unass.iil.il.U- m.-riis
completion at  the expense ..il,,*  (lu. linijn,,  ■„ lhis r,sl,,a
there is the very best ground
in anticipate thai tht property
slow upon tln.se who are fortu \imncn in M s,ui,„ls t ,„.,-,,.;.
tin   public, Irreipective ol thi
undi'iibied benefits it will  In
nate enough  i" Imhl property I
uns   to   Hnu,in! Inlei wil
prnpiiatimi ul public liitids to
i| reasonable extent, to assist it
making the bridge an accom
plislled [act,
For Siagtt and WheeleT  and
Wilson   Sewing Ifachinet  and
accessories, call at uur office,
The .1. J, UcAleece Dry Gooda
Store, 93 l.niisdale Ave. Machines sold for cash nr ofl msy
payintflt lyitem, The Sin-ji-r
Sewing Machine Co.
Nelson Manf'g Co.
KSI'I ANA UK,   I-i*-!   M
X.  V .   I 1  lllal |   I'll  '-  Mil I
AWNINGS
TENTS
SAILS
N. NELSON. Proprietor
"" located th*'  ;;,ial advan  lound ready to approve the ap-
tagei will an nu* thereto bv the
completion ol that particular
undertaking, tt hen u project ol
ihis nature is undi r serioui consideration  and   it   i.   mooted
lhat tin projci I is a I. .il i s
Ule proposition fint and   lasl,
the searchlight is thereby turned, nni nn tin projcii which is
Im ing disiii.Mil, bul i.ither iipuii ilu motives whieh mav have
a. ni iii,l ihe attempt to detrai t
hum tin real merit "I iln
vvurk.
When the proposition ol con
ilructing u combined  railwav
and trallu bridge acroai Sei und
Narrowi is considered, ii is ex
tieimlv   dillicult to understand
Imw two opinion! can pouibl
exist among well informed mi n
wiih respect lo the dcsirabiliu
nl   devoting public itioneyi   to'
the accotiiplishinent oi thii pro
jeti.   Thai tin building nl  Ua
bridge ihould confer great beni
tits upon propel I) in adjacent
localiolll is inseparable Irulll
this just as ii is [min i-virv
nihei siiiulaii project throughout ihe wesi, iiiii that the
bridge is, for thai reaaoa, ont
whit the less a work lur llie
benefit ol tin general publii is
not at all tenable. The bridge,
upon several occasions, has been
declared by Ihe Dominion Houae
nl   I laiiiniuiis,   a    vvurk lm    llie
good ol all Canada and federal
funds hau* been voted for its
construction ; ii has alsu been
recognised as a project ol i
*.iriith publii nature by tin
piuvitiii.il legialatun and  pro
itni.il niullevs have been Voted
to assist in its comtruction ;
the  Mayor  ol Vancouver like
wise   iiianiiisleil   llie la. I    lllal
ie   was sti/ed   nf  lhe real  iui
mii a,I tin proposition winn In
declared that bj the building ol
this bridge   Vancouver would
'annex an empin " No dii
> riminating citizen who gives
lhe in,ii tit si i ia a'l thought and
wlm is sufficlentl) free from sit
I lonalillll t"  lake .1 broad    and
reasonable view ol tht mattei
can   tail   i"   et lhat   the tmi
striiitimi  "I   this  bridge   will
TIIK ltKMlMI.lt
mm \t. iiii.
Lonidlle   Avenue,
.it Perry Lindint
s
A 1,1, KINDH OK
VVA'A) AT THE
LOWEST PRICES
Wa* nl*... Liuiile the (oHowiog ut
POULTRY 8UPPLIE8:
1.1   k. I'liii k Fund.
It. ,v K.l'liiiki'ii llii'i'.
smiiii' ll.el Ser»|i».
Myei'n Poultry Spin'
Li-en' l.iif Killer.
Win-it in tti'iiar'riiili-s.
Suld in any qoiatMll,
TRY SWIFTS' AR8-
NATE OF LEAD
Tlie l'.i-sl siiinnier Spmv
<>n tin- iniirki'i
ALL K'Nds of
fertilizers
F0fi;L/\WN ANDCARDEfJ
OW!!
JIME to Paint.
Make your buildings bright and clean
this Spring. We have
the best and most economical paint for you
to use.
Shirwih Williams
paimt, prepared,
the paint that
spreads farthest,
I wears longest,
, looks best.   Made
II of purest materials.
—  A record of forty
' years of good paint
making behind it.
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Sherwin-Williams
Paints
Htl/i   THE LARGEST SALE OF
tit  PAIHTS  IH   THE WORLD
Sole Agents for
North Vancouver
Paine  (& McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
Thi   Shermin-W, lliamt   Paintt    Cotir   ihl    Earth
I. (). ()   K.
i  North Vancoaver Lodge, Ho.
55, meets even 'flinis'l.iv i mi
iiig, corner I.ousdale avenue and
Kirst street, at S o'eloik. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to
atli'lld. .1. Kelly, SA'..; A. T.
Kennedy, Ki-e.-M-e.. I. II. Tilling, Fin.-see.
This Week's Specials
6 cheap loti lieing tenth oa 14th Street    Prio 1400 etch
I a uns one ipiatli 1 i ash, and bal.nit i  ovi I two yean,     ill est*
a oauaand .1 ipli ndid poaition ind are 1 kwi to prewai l.ors-
al.tlf Avi line I'.ll   lane.
D.L  -'7.1     I'll e 50 loot lots, 1 lose to iVllivnsbliry Cat Lille
at J1 joo . a, Ii.       let ills one third fash, balaine 6, 12 and lS
months.      I best* .11,  |lJO 1.11 ll iindtl I'lfsent value.
Iilmiil. Corner don taa Boulevird, all cleared.   A nap at
fai50, ti mis fb.o caah, balance 6. 11 and t1- matha.
Chas. E. Lawson £» Co.
a*    -. -IIH'III tin
Rial Bititi Spei ialiiti
1 s Lonidale Ave.
a      I     UMOl
l'lione 70
lhe
.uh!
RUIIHRft
CONTIACTMft
Messrs. Jellerv Bros., 511
Dominion I rusl Block and
135 Lonsdale Ave., Nortii
Vaneouver, arc prepared to
give prices (or any class ol
building in any district. Good
and tellable work at a reasonable figure.
Phc
Ofl
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
Dealers in ('oal, Brick,
Sand,   Gravel,    Lime,
Cement   and   General
Builders' Supplies.
All   Unl, 1 *   I roll)pill
Filled and S.i11.1 tl lion
Guirmted.    Pri ei on
Application.
Office: Lonsdale, neat City Wharf
Warehouse :       F Oman I Wharl
TIIK  BRIDGE
I'llMIXi,
■1 Rl    SOW  is TIIK TIMK TO  BUV   Bl KORE
I'll ICES AI'VANCK AOA1H,
LONSDALE
ti.
NORTH
1- liOlSG Tn l;l ONE OK THE K1XKST BEHIDEN
SKi lln\s OF NDllTIl VANCOUVER.
Onl ii.n \a*  * *,*    [in feet, tor |M0; th mer innttl Imu*
money    Wi 1 i. adjoining lot 11*1*1 »l W0U.
One lol "ii Ki . .   i.***'*i, lUOxlSI feet. »t            M«0
Wl liiifi-Ml f.-.-i nn Keith read, India block Irom ear, for  |180Q
ii|"a*l"iiTiairi.*        .',..,.|,,*|,.ari'il, one liloi-k Innn i*ur,»t ..  .   |7*)
If nm w.iia' •     ni llu* above net i|iiii-kly.
G. W. VANCE & CO.
Car. Ml loiiMlale   I'hone 176        Branch Ofbci-lynn \alli-t
K
ANDIE
I1M11N
"ITS THE
PLACE"
I. K. Ilciini-I,      (11 lniisiltili
11.
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VIniiiiIni lure, n|
Vila ■ I, a||    .11,1    A 1,1 ,., '.,*     llHIHIIIIa
il.nk .n.i li.r Kliiuri.a    j;. |.„<:
llt| 111 .11 lo Iiritn li,-..
I'it-liir,. Ir Jul'.       Kiirnitiiri* si,,,,,..,
173 THIRD STREET, W.
MA II. ul; im:- t;u 111 ihiiih i>t tllmilon
Some Seasonable Suggestions
The growing popularity ol oar 1910 Hot Point
l-'.ltttiit linn has Iii'iii deuoaitratcd dttriag the
past week, our largi simk lieiii-; suld out entirely.
Another large ihipment arrived toda) aid eje ate
prepared to iill all orden in rotation    Reini-iulm
IO davs' Ine trial,    Votirs loi  askinj;.
Tliosi   Klectric Toeaten art spoke abovl  last
week stun lu appeal lu the hreakfnst table epiiiire
ill Uu niiitil.iiti wav, as OUT sales ol lllal handy
lillle article testify.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
50 Lonsdale Avenue.
IMIIIIIIH4H4HHf+fHH4+HHHHHHH4HttHfH44HHHlH4HHf
a $6000 -:!;,i::;!;„r __ $1800
i;    the Inst   lul   in  tlic  block   ll   $61	
Finl one in with 1 depoait gett it.
"   Tliinl i-iish, baliiticn ii iimi 12 moDthi,
a I
11   d> I Qf|f\r\   tt feet on Lonidlle,
;;   4> I JUUU   between 2nd tod 3rd
jj   Streets.   I etth; ti. 12 and IS monthi,
"   <t 1 09^ :;"'filot mi UpperLoni-
I   CP I VLJ  dale.   Block 228, D.L.
548.   A bargain il §1025, |478 ouh,
balnnoe ti and 12 monthi,
■'id it. lut on Hit Street,
D. I, 273.   Tbis is the
oheipeel lut on tlie cariine, |800ouh,
balance ti nnd 12 monthi,
I iniiiili' i-iiriior on liiini--
d  ami   10th   Street.
$700
$3600 2
Worth $4000. $1260 ouh, bal. imngt
$3000
Double lum' corner on
tbc Boulevard md 9th,
This is a imp at $11001).   Half casl),
bilance 6 ind 12 monthi.
3 lots on mtb st, now being opened the full tridth,
II    A   good   in vi slnii'iit   at   $700 Mch.
'!    Third cash, bilmce (i and 12 monthi.
West Cipilmo. $600 per
dLlCS lore; good termi,
3
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Lvnn Vallev — will
dues oul into 2:1'ims ntnl
Mil fit from flOO up.     I'riee $4200,
ii THE CANADIAN FINANCIERS, LTD. ii
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"   14 Lonsdale Avenue. R. L. Thompson, Local Manager  ::
Head Oflice 632 Granville Streei, Vancouver, B.C
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Call and see our Large and Exclusive List
Correspondence Solicited
North Vancouver
SPECIAL
Recently subdivided and placed on the market for the first time—Cleared Lots, size 50 x 140 feet each, in the easterly
portion of Block 61, District Lot 549, situated between Lonsdale Avenue and St. George's Avenue, fronting on
13th and 14th Streets.
Lots fronting on 13th Street, $1,000 each      Lots fronting on 14th Street, $900 each
Lot 54x140 feet, corner 13th Street and St. George's Avenue    -    -   Price $ 1,600
Lot 54 x 140 feet, corner 14th Street and St. George's Avenue    -    -   Price $1,500
Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
PLEASE NOTE the central situation of the above lots, close proximity to center of population, walking distance
of ferry landing, one-half block from principal cariine of the city.   Electric light, telephones, and city water available.
Compare these prices with the higher prices of property which is much less favorably located,
and you can only arrive at one conclusion.      Make Yoar Selection Without Delay.
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IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD
i Ineorporated A.D. iyo6, under the Companies' Act 1847 and Amending Acts, with chiel place of businesa in North Vaneouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C., Telephone 15
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B. C. GAZETTE
Tin-   following appointment!
were gazetted in iln- ollicial or-
, gan, dated May lata : Geo. A.
Remington ol Salmo, to I e **
Justice nl tin- reme, John T.
KnIiiiiMni iii Kamloopi in be 11
member oi lhe board oi mveili
gation iiuiler tin- water act ;
juiin r. Mii.cmi ol via .ri 1 i"
lie deputy regiatrar ol li* ie?,
etc., (Itiriui: ihe .tliMiiu a 1 ih
regiatrar general,
I),iv ill Barton nl ChilliuHck
h.is anigned Inr ilu- benefit -1
his creditora,
Imperial Power Co, Limited
makei application lor «-ali 1 re
Curtis mi Hunter Creek aud on
.limes Creek  in  Valt diitrict.
Kilwaril 1,. Kt-ptu-r makes application tor a waier record on
Baker Creek, Cariboo diitrict,
The lollowing application ■ to
lease hinds are recorded : .'ill.111
S. It. Baker, t>-o acra mi the
iinith ihore nl I,nmi lake, I.il
liinet, diitrict ; Hellj.Ulliil U, I'M
eii, um acra in Lillooet din
trict ; Battle J. A* T. Garden,
ii|ai ,ures adjoining lot 1,61b,
Cariboo distriii ; Ham I). Media, 14a aires adjoining Ini r",
Cariboo diatrict, also s-> actci
adjoining ilu- same l"t ; Grover
Cnrrav,    640   at res    adjoining
hits 'it. ..ml 1,004, Carilion district ; .Taims 1). Boyd, tta a
ires, Lillooet district ; 11. I.
Julinsnii, adjoining Int -,:, alio
nil Khlil/.e inlet, alsn nil Greet!
inlet, all in Skeena diitrict,
Brazilian, Canadian and Gen
eral Trust  Limited and W.   B,
Sanfnrd    iM.uiiifiictiiriii-*    Com
pnnv, Ltd., are licensed as   extra-provincial companies.
The lollowing new companies
are ininipurated : Anglo-Pacific
Trust Cu. Ltd., It. C, Timber
ami Land Cu. Ltd., (.,tskell-Od-
llllll-Stalilcr, Lid., Little due
(). K. tlMng Cu. Ltd., Stul*
tish-Canadiali Investmetit Co,
Ltd., Stuart Vallev Land ami
Investment Cu. Ltd.
cnnsulidaled.       The      interest KAMLOOPS
thereon   is {14,040,   and   the 	
linking lund {7,694.12. The new ,    The i|iieslinii ul lhe purchase
loaa will lie written fur idtv ami   nitiHitman    ul   public
veals narks    will    lie    detided    tills
month bv the r.ile|)ayi-rs when
thev will vute upon a bylaw
In borrow {30,000 lor thai put
VICTORIA
Liners   lroui   England   art
in iw delivered in lliis till in in
nr 11 davs by means ul the new
(ast mail serviie via New
Vnrk.
REVELSTOKE
Citv loan bylawi to ihe a
mount   ol   l28o,8(N   are   to  be
To the Ratepayers of the District of North Vancouver
The lollowing is 1 copy ol Uie tent, in value ol the assessable the amount ol {SJO-QOO in   '.lie
circular latter being circulated lands in  the distriit in order-Hurrard    Inlet    Tunnel    and
throughout the diatrict Inr the that Uu coaudl mav submit a1 Bridge Co, to In-utilized in con-
purpoie oi obtaining ilgnatnra bylaw to tha ratepayer! anthot* 'atmctka   al tha Second Kar-
repreienting, mon lhan jo  [nr i/iti-; them lo purchase itoek io roWl hridge.
Ladies and I'.eiiiliinin, Anompani'ing lllis circular are luitr Imins of l'clitions sent ior
v uin signature, il ymi IpproVe ol llieir Import.
1. Regarding ihe burrard inlei Taaael t Bridge Company, yoar Council have been
practically the chid movers in ilns natter, with thc heart) co operation in the public interest ul a number ul tht tlnel ratepayer! 111 llu- llislritl    Tin Charier obtained (ruin the Do-
initiiuii Parliament u om ol graat value, ami the conitructioa ol ihe Bridge .muss the Se-
eniiil Narrows authorized by lhat Uiartir is an andertakiug ul prime and urgent iinport-
.iiui inin Council appreciate! thi co-operation thej have had Iron ihe adjoining Cities
ami Districts and iheir expressed willingness to join in the undertaking by subsi riling Ior
nock or shares ul iln- Cumpaiiy.   The Provincial Government has voted a gr.mi ol |tso,ooo
Inr this Bridge, and aitl is also pi'uiinsfd and expelled Irum the Dominion t'.ijvcrliliulit
\ our Vuiimil iiioinliiciids that lhe Distriii corporation sliuiild silbsiiiln* lur {250,000 ol linstock ui iln* companj to Inaun Um Ncceaafnl carrying oat ol Um Work,  Though this sum
will Involve a rale ul about 1 nulls utt the ilullar ul the pit still assessment, ll vvill greatly
enhance the value ol all the land and bad tii llu- itnuliiiiig nl lliduslries and tailways 10 the
Diatrict, 111 a itiliiparativel) skull lime the llridge ami kailway will be a musl valuable
Handlist* to own 111 llic public 11111 list and iis tollagea will pinviile [ur IkjIIi interest and
sinking lund.
i. Regarding the Keith ku.ul West Improvement Scheme, whiih is estimated to mst
{2oo,ouo altogether, one hall ol tha mst ,,1 this sthenic will bc levied as a Local Improvement mi tin* tltstriti Weat ul Capilano, and a promlae has been received irom iln- Provincial
Government that thn ariU contribute >}o,oou inwards the vv,,rk on account ol the heav\
rock Hitting involved. When this wort is tamed iiiii, il will upen up lur sittlcnu-nt and
business a veil   valuable distliil, and   It   will  alsu prove ul  ftttt  Value Inr tuiirist  tralbt
particularly in view ul Um lease obtained ol 183 acra ul Poinl Athinaoa ktserve lot park
purposes. It is lhe wish nl the Council thai the Corporation contribute fso,000 towards
lhe selieiiie to set ure the carrying mil nl   It, williaiiit laving undue burden nil lhe locality and
as ihe whole Municipality will greatly benaQl Irom ihe wmk
Il has been lhe expressed desire nl thl miners interested west ul Capilaliu In co-operate
in like matter In any movement la the cast end, or nt anv otha point fur carrying mil tin
improvement of Main Roads parti] Irom general luiuls.
j,  Regarding Lvnn Valley Road Improvement ii is propoaad to contribute fifty pet
cent ol the mst ol this work by Irontagc lax and the balance Irom a General Loan. The
proportion Wggcated from General Fund  is larger than ordinary as this is a Trunk Roatl
nl greai Importance to the Opper Lvnn v.iiiev, and alsu to the Beymov Valley. The is
timated cost ol the part Irom thc City limit to the Haitingi Creel llridge is $,in,oon, hence
ihe piupusal tn borrow {8,ooo nn General l.nan.
|. Last vear the lunliiil purchased a sin* Inr M11nn1p.1l Buildingi al lhe corner of
Krommc Road and Lvnn Valley kuad, and  ihal  site is DO*  .leared ami  readv  to receiv-'
ihe Buildingi.  Plana fur a suitable 11 .tll ud suite ni officei ua being prepared and ii is
proposed to lay 0*t a sum of (lO,000 Ofl these Building! and "n the enlargement and la-iilg
nut ul lhe gruiinils. This cuiiise is denned necessarv as the present Mmiiiip.il Ollites ai'C
onaaited for the pnrpom and the rental ul them is sullicient to pay interest un an outb.v
ul SS, 1,   The new  location selected is tlusi  iu the It.iinvv.iv ,illd is linw casilv acussilile by
mad Irmn North I.imsiLilf, which is rapid.} settling up as well as living convenient lot the
Lvnn and Seyniuur Vallevs.
ll is uur desire to pruned with ihese Hvlavvs as speedih as pnssible to have the   work
pttl in hand eailv  in the seasnn, if it is authuri/i-d. In lue it will be | ItVOT  if the Petitions
are signed alld relumed willmnl delav in the an ninp.mving envelope,
Wc are, Ladies and Genllemeii, Vmir obedient KTVatta,
By Order of the Council
JNO. Y. McNAUGHT, Reeve.
ALKX  l'HII.Il', CM C. 1
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
REAL ESTATE, loans. INSURANCE,
Nortli V.ineoiiti'r auul tlOOSOtm tamUtt im-n-iKeil, K'lil. n>llt't't*l
City mnl Suburban Pni|>rrly. Ml  Clmncei
Ai-riHp'. Siilt-biiifinii.. Ai'rei nn'iiti  til   Sal,*-   iliM'iimiti-il
Foot of Lonsdale Ave., Nortii Vancouver, B. C.
TELEPHONE St> P. O. BOX 114
Bressey
Peers & Boult
REAL ES1A1E
Insurance
Nutary Public
Phone
n
NORTH VANCOlVLR Ifttl TIME TABU
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lange without notice. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
tririHiimiiuinfirifiuimniiiiimiii
cm council
DIAMONDS
As Diamond Mc-rcliantl ami Imporleri we
ni cup) a position whii li it nol ei lip ■- d bj mj
imu in Americi
Mi i ia o, I-.. 1 i"i' -*. ivlio spi ni si ii ial monthi
in the market! nl I' ni' |" . pn-ni iii IK -.ni'i 11 nir nli 11
the selecting ol oui lasl lui* "I Hones, uid knowing
tin* Vim "ii" i market di nimili d ; inighl lor
ti ti demand, the vi i- highest grade go ids obtainable.
re DIAMOND PRICES
I  Ill'll      jl    Ii'l     ll I.ili     lal Ila.     ||a  III   ,   I     I I.II    l,|
I], 1,111 Hilda ril-ll   II-   III    givi     I igl * I    a line   la'l
lininet  inVI -leal
We welcome to om itore lhe public, the
tourist, and itnnger, nbethel lile) bill m not,
Si   * ill heiutiful Hm i>* the fineil et bi ** ipliyi tl in
inn- store in iln- \\ i it,
HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD.
Diamond Merchant;*
Cor, Hastings & GranviDe
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PLAIN FACTS
FOR 'I
iiorsi
in:
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No* i- the i'un' i" innil. nl fixing up
that home ol youri WE CAN III.l.l'
VOU WITH SUGGESTIONS.   We
in   i*i ia tii il   furniture ind  t u ,** I
M        Illd know lum   a  b nn**  sliiiulil
1" it-ringed. JUST RE< EIVED A
Biq Shipment ol Iron anil Br iss Bed-
steiiils, Ihililren's (nls, t tt.    ilm ire
.1 li W pi it   -:
Full SUtxl Iron bVilil<-«tli,
(3.80,14 Si, ft.OO, $6 50,
.-uiai nn i" IH '»i
Worn tt ire Bprmn    t'i Kl
  H     *"
HIM
 llll'lltl   a    tl   Ml
Iti-si "Kmtwor*)' Mutlrwi tlitI
"Reatmnnt" lUUreM     ♦ !i*-Vi
A verv iil'.irliililiMiiliri.wi,
i-,iiiii"*-'**i"i' hair aud Mt |l*.0u
Cotton Tup Mm tr,---     (:',.:,■<
Cotton lop ami l'"ii"in Mm-
ir.--, \n Tick $5.01
lii
128 I misiluk Ur.
ALEXANDER SMITH 6 CO.
NORTH   VANCOUVI R
LONSDALE AVENUE
I-1 KM STREET
AND 1). 1.. a6j
\\ a have excluiive laleol the belt propertiet
ibovi     ( i   mid inquire.
ESPLANADE
BOULEVARD
in the
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
11 l.oiistlali- Avenue
Phones—Offlce 24      Houae 22      P.O. Box 60
LYNN VALLEY
The cars are now running paat our new nub-diviiion,
Im-ati-il uroM the itreel from tlm Lynn Valley itore.
A ti-vv loti -nil lolling nt the original |>rio<-.
We have alio ■ remarkable fine mi!i-
diviiion, facing on the extemion n\ the
GRAND BOULEVARD
ivliieli we urn offering now al n iaon-
ible uncei,
CAMPBELL & EVENSON
9 Lonsdale Avenue. Phone 155.
.IMaaBBBBBBaBBBBaBBBBaHBBLtaaHBlMLaSBa.'l-'-l
Fresh and
S.ill fish
>
S ui
P. BURNS & CO. has installed a Fish
department, seperate from their Meat department, and are prepared to (ill all orders
for Fresh and Salt Fish promptly.
Phone 11
LONSDALE AVE. near FIRST ST.
Aldermen McRae, McNeish,
SchulU, lr«'in. Smith ami
Fowler weie in attendance at
the regulal session of the Citv
I..until Monday evening, Mayor
.\l.iv  presided
The lollowing were llu-   emu
munications     Prom   Bowier,
Reid .unl tVallbridge, adviaing
ih.it tlu ih Ih mutes [or the loan
[or ichool siies, street Improvements were now in order. Prom
Aleiandei I'hilip, C.M.C., with
reference lo the water main  on
I,vnn V.ill.\ road, suggeiting a
conference   between   the   two
councils 'ii Thuraday evening
On motion ol Aid McNeiih and
Irwin u was su arranged, Prom
N  ll Sperling, genera] nana
er ,,i the B. C. Klectric  Rail
tt.iv  Company, wiih reference
to grades "ii Lonidale  Avenue,
stating thai the company lav
,,is the maintaining oi the pre
si iu gradei and is oppoaed   to
bench gradei, and enclosing  al
su ,i tetter Hum the company's
engineer with reference thereto.
The latter itated thai the B, C,
lil, Kv, I'n. ditl imi wish l.i sn
tin grade increaied "ii Lonsdale
Avenue.  The grade us .a pres
ent is pr.niit.illv .ui ti^lu   pel
cenl. grade and thev wm ad
vised  thai iiuggeatod  changes
wiiiihl increase the grade in ten
p. i ,,*iii.  The company w.is e-.
pending i great deal ol mmm
elsewhere   ill   lilt-   elldeilVnf   tll
keep all grades dnwn to a max
iiiinm ol six  ,itid one half  per
cent,   li w.is n matter ol  iln
s.tfctv  ni  the public,    The    It I
(ers were received nnd* uli-''.
Prom ilu aissist.itit deputy nun
istcr ul Marine and Fisheries
Hiking il council had anv nlijn
Huns in make in lhe granting
,,i ,i w.tier lot to B, *'. Hardi
in (ruiil ul lnls 1 and '., bli ck
185, DI. 174. Referred to lhi
city engineer.
A petition imm property
..wmis aaking that Second Si
he opened and graded Irum
l.inisd.ile Avenue to St, David
Avenue was laid uver for otti
week lur nmre definite ilfontll
tiun.
A plan ul siilidivisinn n| |oi
1 tn 5, block vi, I). I,. 548, wai
referred to the engineer t"  re
porl with reference to the  ten
tool lane ihown on the plan
With reference to thc profile
nl the new car track on Pell
Avenue the citj engineer report
ed thai  he dul not .ippruve   nl
the s.iine .nul would recommend
th.it ,1 ilnn per celt, grade be
established .it the iateraectiom
with Seventeenth, Nineteenth
and Twentieth itreeti. Alder
man McNeish was oi lhe opinion thai ihis mailer ihould be
laid over, pending the report ol
the commiision ol engineers on
gradei Alderman Fowler relerred to iln- agreement oi thill. C, Rl. liv G'.. um* clause ol
ulna li pro* iiiiii thai the com
pant must conform to gradei
set In the council,
An examination ul tbe agrei
tin-in divulged tlu- Lut thai
while the poiition ol Alderman
Fowler was correct, the aj
ment further provided thai the
Company should only once bc
tailed upmi in alter their grade
nlllcrwisc (he expense lllllsl Inhume hi   the litv
Aid. Irwin was nf the upin
imi iimi the wmk oi extenaioa
un the part nl the tram turn
panv should nol be Unduly retarded lie was nut in accord
wiiii thc poiition nt thc engineer in this in.iiii 1 1'ii.v ninl lhe
grade shown ipog thc  profih
was a siill.iu  grade and a lein
p..t.nv *i,iih 'in company mnal
lieiii    anv  MlbseqUent    expi use
With    li spei t     In  allV   11, , 1 ss.H \
alterations Al anv rate there
was  1111  dillicult)   as lor   the
luvvel   portion  "I   lhe    pl"P"sed
grade through n 1,. jisg and
thai could in* approved,
Aid   Ul Ni ilh  veil ami Aid.
Sehuli/ leconded 1 rettolutioa
that the pl.in and profile submitted lie approved is [ar north
as Piftcenth street ami lhat thi
nui,muli 1 i,1 ilu* {dan be laid
uvt-r (nr uin* uuk    i una il
The nnilli 1 nl thl 1 une N
the new line wa.s 1,1, rred to (he
engineer,
Aid Irwin gavi notice "I ill"
lion thai tin engineei be in-
strutted to prepare an up-to-
date map "f the citj showing
all mbdiviaions [01 .1 n-fen nee
map lur lhe council
ACCOUntl as [olloWS wen    m
deled paid    1-in.in. 1 committal
S|'l ''I-.    poliO     llSalJ,      -'"'-Ii'l   of
Worki, $843.63, water wnrks,
5|iu 10,
Tin- Board ol Work recom.
mended that .1 sidewalk 1,. laid
mi the wist side 1,1 Mahon Ave,
In-tii 13th lo 171 ti itreet   , thai
llll        Ila  a,UUI,,  till,|||,aU      Hl,||,       *£|
I waterworhi qommittct .
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 Street for $3100.
BI5SELL, BROWN & SNYDER
64 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
MAIN   HIIIII :   264  Hastings St.  L,  near Impress   Iheatre
Phone 111
al   last   meeting   In the   t-lleel
that ilu- board ol worki pav loi
all clearing necessary lur laying pipes be reconsidered ; that
Muiaon'i Limited be requested
tn siiliinit ipecilicationi (nr a
complete roadmaking plant lo.
the tilv.   Report adopted,
Il was arranged that the wa
iiTwmks committee pav im .
clearing  l"i pipe  lines except
those within two blocks oa t i
ther side of Lo&adale Ave
The waterworhi committi
recommended that the ut'
clerk write to Uu It. C, Rl. R)
Co. ami requeit the privilege ol
using ihe company'i pules (ot
the telephone wire to the in-
i,ike   Adopted,
Aid   Mik'ae siilimilleil the es
limatei lm thc current rear,
whieh were tlnlv adopted and
an- publiihed in lull in another
i ■ >hiuni
Aiitr an inquiry irom  AWei
man St hull - as lu nlm had gil It t i i s :
en aiithumv i.n the removal ol
the mourning drapery irmn the **""  *"'   •""l  "■'•
city hall, iln...until adjourned. Speaalratai to ha-
'n s .unl    Iii   t. gull!
North Vancouver Piano Co.
and School of Music
44 3 Loflidile Avenue
IISSONS GIVIN ON IHI I0I10WING INSIRIMINIS:
PIANOFORTE-   feichen, Mis. Burmceter, A Et A M. tad
Mis. \v   Wird.
SINGING - li,itliei, Mr. P. Kdiiinntls.
VIOLIN, VIOLINCELLO, CORNET, PULTB, MANDOLIN, ETC   Tt-ii.h,i. Mi. L Davits, L V. B, If.
I, uns
Pianoforte: Blementary, n leuoni f&oo; Advanced, jtij.no
\ lulin. i it.: Bb ineiiiiirv, 12 leuoni I6.00; Advinced, Jij.oo
Singing, 1 h ssun 1*2*50
PALACE
HOTEL
hoarder*
Victoria Dav was loyalh oh-
served hv North Vaacouveritei
The liuliil.iv travel up to twelvi
o'clock attained proportioni
hitherto unprecedented, but the
rain sinrin arhkh developed
earlv in the afternoon dnul np
the suiiius ol suppl) su thai
the travel during lhi remainder
ol  the dav   was  Vtl v   lijjit    11
cepting for diacomfitted pknli
ken eu  harrying home to Iree
Ihelllselves Irmn  the inenlivelll
1 uns vvhith had come up.'I'
ihein, by iH-inj; t .iiiilu in the
rain, unprepared
finest Rool Garden on cocst
REDA&ANLRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Sicnun Sikim.   ....   NOKTH   VANCOUVER
It. C.
0. K. Woodyard
('■rn 17th St. ami Uoooi  Vi. .
Sell. a,|iiii>w«*l .UIV   li'luflli.
llia.ilile   I'lH'l   (lllll   ''T'I     ('•'"
■ li'litereil     Al-.' ftttatll imi-
tmetlag, riming, mavitlni,
tirailinv, Ite.
F. B.  DAY
Phone-'i.
,
E. PALMER
Mi\l  imi BRICK
CONTRACIOR
IIKS1  I IAS-  Kl I I kill U
Phone 170 P.O. Box 16
North Vancoaver
A Modem Range at a  Modest Price
THE "CHANCELLOR"
It is made nil the must iip-tu
date plans wnh ipecjil fea-
tm.- point!, um- iit which is
DIVIDED   KLUE SIKI!'
whieh imikis bakiag a real
pleasure
This feature pri veins the
potiibility ol tin- beck of
the   imn   lieing   hotter
than   nearer   the   door,
vilm h   is  lhe ease with
must ratines
Lei   ns shuw   yen  this  little
wrinkle, lt don'l tost you
anv inure in eash, but is
worth ninth 111 lesnlt--
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
Phone 58.
133 Lonsdale Avenue
Woodgard
We supply S10VIW00I) anv
length rei|uned $2.73. per load.
I'rnmpl delivery.
Phone 190
P.O.Box 136
LYNN   VALLEY
Lot IS, lllotk 2. D. L 208H, Trice J175; Terms *75 cash,
li.tlaii.i fij qaartarl]
Lot jij, Block 14,1). L* aoa), Price tin, tso cash, balance
Sn, per month.
Loti I .md 'I. Block ia, D.L 204.    Price $700; terms J375
1 .ish. Iial.mce li ami 11 months.
CITY
l.ul |. Block 167. D.L 174*     I'riee 1.5,000;   1.2,000 cash,
baUaCI 6,  12 .ind |8 monlhs.
MAY £.BLRN»
Real Install ,ind Financial Auenis
NORTII VANCOUVER
Fronting on
"The Boulevard Extension
Chesterfield Avenue
Mahon Avenue
Jones Avenue and
Adjacent Streets  ::
J Subdivision of Blocks 203A, 213,2I3A, 204, 204A, 226A |
240 and 241, in District Lots 544 and 545
Por Plans, Price Lists and Particulars, apply
MAHON, rirl-ARI ANII & PROCTER, LTD.
mn Mom,y,o L,,an
^■^-H-H^-l-H-H-HH-H-H-H-l-H-l-H-H^ THE EXPRESS, NORTII VANCOUVER, B. C.
LYNN VAU.KY NOTES
The bazaar and concert to lulu-Id hy the St. Clement's Woman's  Aid  has  on account ol
the hand euueerl lieen pnslpnn
ed until Tuesdav, May 31st.
Dl,   JORDAN  8C0RB6 .SUCCESS
The many iriends ol Dr. A.
iMacKay Jordan, one ol the
early properly owners at North
Vaiiiuiiver and a member ul the
lirsl board ol aldermen elected
iur the city, will read with .1
greal   deal   uf interest lhe lol*
lowing euJofiatk article, taken
from "The Westerner" for
Uarch and publiihed under the
caption "''iisiness Methods Versus Promotions." After preliminary remarks uf a general
character along the line suggested by the caption the article proceeda 1
The Superior Coal and Improvement Company was more
or less unfortunate in the
choice oi ils lirsl hive. With
nine million tuns oi coal casil.
within reach, easily and cheaply available, retting in a wild
deposit nu mure lhan twelve
miles imm the hearl oi Seatlle,
lhe company, tWO vears ago,
was  nevertheless  nn   the verge
of bankruptcy ; its bonda were
out, with intereit unpaid, uu!
foreclosure suits pending ; delits
had accumulated beyond any
icasunalile hope ol liquidation,
and the greal etilerprise Ireni-
hled under the uplifted hammer
nf the auctioneer, it was al
this point that, driven to the
verge   nf   despair   the   original
pruiiiuters    nf    the     company
sought out Dr. A. McKay Jordan, a gentleman nf means ainl
e,ireful Imsiness judgment, then
lining Imsiness in Seattle,    Dr.
Jordan    slllijeiieil  lhe pt*0| el
nl ihe Superior Coal Coinpanv
tn a searching inveitigation
The fails disclosed in relation
in it were so remarkable thai
he made hash- tu plate the Ml
nation   before  wme  old-time
Iriends, Mr. K. I'. Rilhop .unl
II Et. Phillips and 1-'. W. I.n-
suit, ul the I.eesnn-l'hi'iliiis
Cninpanv, wilh lhe result that
ihese gentlemen, together with
iln- tn operation ul other ,is*u
dates, took over iln- control ul
the companj, retired ita 1 oa 1.
paid its outstanding obligation!
uul ul iheir uvvii pockets, am1
returned lhe liii.intialli bank
nipt concern tn a salt .mil
Miund Imsiness hasis.
And at lliis point is the Iiuiul difference between the  pro-
fessimi.il promoter anil lhe enn
serial ive Imsiness man easily
diseellialile.     He it  reltieliilieleil
ihat iln- company was the legitimate prej ul the auctioneer;
ils vast amount ol wealth
e.iiild have luen laken uver lm
a mere trille nf ils intritisit
Worth, and the stuck of llie original holders, vvhnse funds had
heen   invested   ill lhe   Company
ai iln  beginning "f iis opera
Unlls, iviUlhl have heen wiped
uill   ul  i-Msleine.      Tile    praise
worthy (acts are vtt in lie recorded ; Dr. Jordan and his associated, passing hy ihe electioneer,   Weill   Into   lhe    upeli
market and bought enough ul
lhe simk ul  the inliipallv to li
quidate iis obligation, thus n
turning In ihe several   hundred
stuckhuhlers     llieir      original
Idillgs, in lhe shape uf a pieu*
transaetiutis as this are the
things that add some of the
essence of "worth while" io the
yearly grind of Imsiness as vie
iind it in this our Twentieth
Century.
And this, iu brief, is the itory
of the re-organi/ation of the
Superior dial and Improvement Cuiiipanv, an organization whieh seems deslined now,
under     its    new   anil   efficient
management, to become um- oi
the foremost coal producers, nn
less than one uf the most important dividend payers, ul ail
uur N'nrthwesl group of sl.iles.
The Company lias a vast 1.
rich property. Within easv
reach ol its picks and shovels
lie nine million long inns uf as
high a grade uf coal as lhe
West can produce, Cotiseiva
livclv estimated, it ian earn ii
lhe nexl forty years eighteen
dullars net lur every dollar in-
vcsTcd in its stock at par, cr
thirty-six dollars net al the
pn sent priee. The property is
lituated within twelve miles of
Seattle, lt has passed far bemud lhe stage uf a prospett ;
ilu* dav nf shipping i.s praclic.il-
antl luxuriant in a lew davs. Il
is perfumed most daintily .md
is nut sticky nr greasy. It slups
falling hair, cures dandrull and
itching  scalp  in tWO weeks  ur
money hack.
The I.ousdale Pharmacy sells
it for W cents B large bottle,
and guarantees it, or direct, all
charged prepaid,  by Canadian
makers, Cirnlix Mfg. Co., Port
Erie, Ont.
NOTIClv
.Application for Liquor License
Notice is hereby given that at
the next sitting of the board of
Licensing Commissioners (or
the city of North Vancouver, 1
intend to apply for a retail bottle license for the premises, sit
uate on lot 22, block 152, D.I,.
274, on 1st street eait, near Bt,
David's Avenue.
(Signed) CHAS. A. MEE
Dated at North Vancouver,
April 26th, 1910.     1, 5 10-12
NOTICI-; is hereby given that
thirty davs after the first publication ui this notice, I intend
to apply lo the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a renewal ul the Hotel license for
the Moodvville Hotel situated
at Moodyville, B. C, on Lot
27.I, group 1, New Westminster
district, for the term of six
months tomtiieiicing July ist,
1910.
(8|d.)    TOM BOOTH,
Dated at North Vancouver,
May 12th, 1910. 14
TO ARCHITECTS
lv al hand.     1
lipoll   tile   verge
ie company  is
 ^^^^^ f   dividends
Since the present nianagctiinil
assumed charge the slock has
risen in price from twi-ntv cents
to fifty cents per share, with .
probability of reaching p.ir ■• 1
its next forward move.     Undei
ilu- forceful management of Mr
Iiishop and Mr. I). G. Williams
the president, and Mr. l'ern
Hurch, uf Silvcrtoti, Oregon,
the vice-president, a branch lim
nl standard-guage ruad—three
and one-half miles in just nlnv
tv-thri-c davs has just been
completed, and the cumpativ
nuw stands ready to deliver
coal (min ils mine to lhe Nnr-
tliern l'acilic main line at Issa-
qttah, thence to the business
marketa ol the world It is iln
story of achievement, an example of the rewards ol eiiergv
and enterprise well directed,
The histnrv oi Superior Coal
points a mural to the value ul
right Imsiness niethuds. And
there are thnse alllullg the Inr
liter stiickhnlders, whn in tlu
days ol panic sacrificed their
biddings, whn wuuld be well
pleased nuw al anv nu eting ol
the stockholders nl tile cnlll-
paliv to be able to vule I lew
hundred shares uf Superior
Coal .md Improvement Cow
panv stuck, fnr Superinr stutk
is nn the rise.
The Hoard of Trustees for
North Vancouver Sihool District invite architects to send
in competitive plans for a
school on Lonsdale Ave. Plans
to be in hands of secretary nol
later lhan May 27th. Further
particulars to be had from the
Secretary.
12 ALEXANDER LAW,
P.O. Box 178, North Vancouver
II. E. MRIGER
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes ol Brickwork.
All Work Guaranteiid.
Ciirnt-r Kifli-i-ntli St..nnil Million Av
Parisian Sage
Cures Dandruff
If it Don'l The Lonsdale Pharmacy Will Give Vou Your
Money Back.
of property vastly increased in
value, by reason uf ils ret ent
liquidations     Smh    In moral:
Yea, Parisian Sage, lhe most
invigorating hair restorer, cures
andrull and gimvs hair. The
WOttiea   ol   Canada,   whu   have
nxnri.1 tit hail, know il dues,
and lhat is whv  tliiuisaiuls   ul
utr.utive  women throoghoni
the land are regularly using 11
Fur yean this aliimst marvel-
Inns gruvver uf luslruiis and
beautilul hair was miil'iniil to
the  elile  uf   Kurope  and   New
York City, hat abort two yens
ago it was given In a stleet list
ol druggists, and today can Ih-
..lit.lined in anv tin nr town in
America   where sm nl \   vvuinen
oi refinement dwell
Parisian Sage is the most delightful hair tunic in llu- wurld.
ii makes lhe hair suit, lustrous
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the estate of William Palmer Peacey deceeased, Uotiie is
hereby given lhat all persons
having claims against lhe latt
W. P. Peacey who died the Mth
day of March, 1910, at the city
of North Vancouver, B. C, are
required to send by post prepaid or to deliver lo Mrs. lv
Peacey, administratrix ol the
estate ol the said deceased,
their names, addresses and lull
p.niii nlgis ol the amount ol
their elaims and the nature ol
the security, if any, held by
them.
And take notice that aller
June 15th, 1910, the administratrix will proceed to distribute lhe assets of the deceased
among the persons entitled
thereto, having regard only to
the claims of which the said administratrix shall then have
had notice.
Dated at North Vancouver,
this mth day ol May, 1910.
E. A. PEACEY,
__f Administratrix.
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
eo.llH'CTBII BT
THE .'IISSI'.S DAWSOS
1 v**i!i,*.ii-"i Rat-fkal, .Mf.inni ami
Maternity Nurs*-.
Ham inl Out on Application
Fur ta-rmit a|i|il*   nt tin. HntpHal
Ot. l.'itli Street ,1; St. Aiiilrutt'. Ave
phone ao
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby giwn lhat
1 ink-nd lo apply lo lhe Board
ol License Coiuiniasioners for
the Municipality of North Vancouver at the next statutory
meeting ol the said Board lo '. e
lnhl in June, 19"), for a licctue
lo sell liquor by retail on thai
tciiaiu premises in Uie Uuma-
pality of North Vancouver an I
known and described as Lo1.:-
One (i) and Two (J) in Block
numbered Fifty-One (5'J in snl'"
division of District Lot numbered Two Thousand and Kigh
tv Seven 12087) Group one in,
New Westminster Districi,
commonly known as thc Lynn
v ..lev Hotel.
Dated this 4th day ol  Ma-ch
1910.
WALTIJR GiBbS,
14 Applicant.
MORRISON'S
SJLGN
WORKS
Keith Block     Ist .Street W.
Chea|>
Lumber
oni- and two inch mils
$6.00 |>er
1000 ft.
in our yard.
SEYMOIR LIMBER
CO., LED.
rkalnr 10
17th Street. North Vancouver
SEE US FOR
Good
Buys
in all
Parts
of City
D. L 265, 273, 274
md  Nortli Lonsdale.
Lonsdale
Brokerage Co.
W. Tremijrae
IH Lonsdale Ave
['hone 186
N i'lll Vancouver ,     B..
4IU  YOL GOING TO BUILD ?
Come to ub for the money nnu repay it
to suit \ imrsi-lf ^^^^
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOTS FOR SAI.K
I
JOHN  ALEXANDER &, CO.
BEAL  ESTATE   BROKERS
i2i Lonsdale Avenue
hyjodern methods of construction combining
Artistic decorative features with low cost
Result in homelike cozy residences
Jhat make the standard of quality
|n the houses lhat we build.
h^othing is omitted.   Our plans
§how everything necessary for thc completion
Qf the store, residence, etc., thai we build.
hjone of the objectionable extras, and
THE
people for whom we have built in North Vancouver show their appreciation by advisinjr the intending home
BUILDER
to come and see us. Don't accept thc statement ol
another that they can give vou the same results, if
you want the best consult
MATT. B. MARTINSON
CONTRACTOR
Home Block, Lonsdale Ave.       Phone 173      P. 0. Box 72
THE GEM THEATRE
first street West
THE FINB3T0F MOVING PICTURES
Entire Change of Programme Monday, Wednesday
and Friday
We cater to ladies led children, and assure our patrons
thai nothing offensive or objectionable will be shown.
Performances at 7.30 and 8.45 p.m.
Siitnrdav    Matinee   at    j.30   p.m.
.\dmi.vsion 10c Children 3c
Tbc
Warburnitz
Piano
Mnde especially liy i leading tirm of piano makan
for tin- North Vancouver I'iann Company.
A lirst-diifs median prioed purlin- piano, designed
to fill the raqainmanti of the musical publk by i
carefully specified combination nf
TONE, ENDURANCE, QUALITY and ECONOMY,
"The Wiirhiiriiitz Bpeakl fur ltsi-ll "
North Vancouver Piano Co.
I'htinc ill 41.1 tanadala Avenue,
At Reasonable Prices
The following propertiet fo? ule;
3rd St.-Lot 24, Bk, 181, D.L874; $4100, wh$1400.
aS-veral dunce lots on Ottawa Gardeni $$000 eaeh,
terms stay,
i'n feet nf inaida waterfroptage; oolj $376 11 ol
Wi- hnve clients wanting oliaap loti clou in:
WHAT  HAVE YOUI
Pierce & Hall
12ti Second Slreel liael
I'l - 11" THH EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Ml 11 WIM 1111III It II1111111 III 1111 i 11II11 li
NOTICE!
Our Imsiness is now practically on a cash basis.   This enable! us to give our customers the
-.nine high class -roods we have alu.ns handled
tt very much better prices than can be obtained
Ironi stores doing a credit trade.
Trv  an order and compare quality and priee.
j. a. & m. McMillan
hiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimi hi iiiiiiiii iiunii
FOB s\l,K lit,  i   Chapman, local man
ager   for   the   Brackman Kci
j Parlor Chairs  (Mahogany) Milling Co., is now- on a visit
i (tent's Oak Rocker (leather) to  Ins iniiinrliiiiiie.ii Totlei
i laiiaiiiir ,iii ",ik dining table Hells,   Winehburgh,   Scotland,
i Kit,Inn Cabinet and  expects  to  return   about
i Aii Tight Heater Augusl ist.   Ur, 1). A.  Slew
Blinds and Screens art is in charge of the local de
MRS. A. .1, TYSON, V"1 lor the eompanv during Mr,
Ai I,imsd,ile I'll.inn.it v Chapman's absenci
NORTH   l.i>\Sl)AI,K   RATEPAYERS   ASSOCIATION
•_ 11|irini    i" form a  North
l.nnsilalr   Katepayere' Aiaocia
tion was held at  North   I.ousdale mi Wednesday evening. Mr.
■|-    s   Uvi   was elected   ehail
mail   atul   Jack    l.olltet   st 111-
l.nv.     A collimittee was (nnu
,*,|   to   li*!"11'   l-1*   nin  and is
composed   us follows :   Messrs
It, .1. Cornish, T. S. Nve, ,huk
Loutet,   ll.   B. Martinson  and
Captain Ki rris.   Much dlsaatis
faction was expressed in regard
tu the attitude ni the B.C.K.H
Cu. un iln  tramline  question.
It was pointed onl ihat   there
ii,* ovei i "iiv residencei in tin
district  and  man) people arc
ouh  waiting  for the car   lim
in i mence building,    Othi i
matters affecting ilus pari ol
tin- distriii weie taken up and
a further meeting vvill be held
[on Wednesday next. Partial
I,us   is to liiiie and plaee   will
in* luiind  in  the advertisement
columns
WANTED   A | irl io tare lor
children and to assist  with tht
housework.    Applv, Mrs. \\. .1
Irwin, turner, l.onsdale Avenm
and i sth street, phone :v      ll
TAKE NOTICE lhat thi
Council ni the Corporation ol
tin* Citj   "I North   \ ancouver
intends in construe! as a work
ni Local Improvement tlie gr.nl
ing iiu permanent gradei ol
Lonsdale Ave. from the smiili
line ol Thirteenth Slreet in the
Korth line oi Eighteenth itreel
,uul in totistriiii a macadam
t'l.nlw.iv with suitable iurb,
and a rj-ioot concrete sidewalk
nil e.uh  side i.l   -aid  .Heinle lit
tween the  points above men
ii'iiieil ; Under sub lection   .-
Section  15(1 ol  ilu-  Municipal
Clauses A. 1 ami intends tii   as
st-ss the iiti.il tnst, tlii-it-1' upon
the    leal   |*|u|ullv    fronting    "l
abutting thereon .nnl to h
benefitted then by, .md that a
statement    showing the  lands
lialile tu |a,iv tin said as* ess
Dent and llu 11.11111 s ill th,* nun*
ers thereof, -... fai as can be as-
icrtained 1 r..111 ill. last Rivised
ft isi mnnil Roll ii iia.w un iih
in the oflice "( ihe Clerk of the
llunicipaliti and is ." 1 •] im m
spet Hull iiinni'; "line Inuis
The   estimated   i"si   nf   tin
Property   iff.
OWMf nr iiu npier'l
Vim,* -uel AdoreM      ,,,
Iin, CiiiiiiitiiiL--. Un
1071 Riri-I.n Sir.*.*!,
V.a* a a,nver
1,* *  l.ivl.ir, ,-
:;n:U'»niliii'Str'*.*i MB
V 'in,"IIIIT.
.!».. K. Bed M
r.treol QalDlibaVger,    M
Vltlliaallt.T.
t. .1. Bard, M
'ire ill lljiily l'r**iili"',   MR
VailfillVIT
Mia- Minnie l.a..-.in. LH8
DinOMTfii siavi,
Van,1,m, r.
Block
17
work i-. Twenty-Four Thousand
Three Hundred and Niiniv
iSji,.1'H" dollars, "I whuh w,
nhi.2'-. is tii I e provided mu ol
lhe general funds ol ihe Muni
cipalit).
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
Utv Clerk
North Vancouver, B, C.
Mat   imIi,  i'iii-
There is si 1 forth in ihe ml
limine la ui note the names ol
the "wmr. "i occupiers wlm
have iiiii signed iln requisition
presented '■" 1 lie Council calling |
upon thelll in ti'tisliucl tin
work n( i.mal Improvement .1
imie mentioned and npon
wlmin a notice similar lo the
above advertised notice has
linn served bt mailing Ihe
same in prepaid reguterid
mail i" lhe last known plate ol
abode   ol siuli  owners or nCell-
piers, wnh the estimated cost
of the work and the proportion
thereol proposed to be assessed
againsl eai h 11 inch own is 01
occupiers whose propert) al
hi inl is ,is uu.),-milled :
Nil i  'imali'.l Estimated
Krniita.'a la,ul Annual
l.ul ratnii'Ill I'lll-lii.'lil
II.         II            I3W.80 W 1-
III
II
I 11
s \
1:
('
II
mi
iui
m
90
fill
Ml
.Ml
.ill
304.00
t04.00
M'l Ml
.vn.no
n.L'.mi
I'.'illHI
CUnO
110.00
430.00
K.S0
•.'.'..'.'"
H.S0
■J.'i.L'll
21.1m
21.1m
21 .HO
21. m
m-
ADVERTISING
FOR
ADVERTISING
Wt wlll devote thle apace
rrjularly to 9 atrlaa of advar-
tticmtnta to itlmulata Intorott
in our Claulfltd Wont A tli
Wo art publicity odvocotoi
ond practice our own procopti
bocouoo wo approcloto tholr
voluo.
This torloo will bo prarnaat
with prrt'ntnt point* of fOnorol
intcroat, whothor you wlih to
buy or iall, to omploy or bo
ompioyct, to borrow or to land,
to hnt* 0 flndor or on ownor
It will pay ui to run thoit
Ua-vwrtuc-iMOi li. Thut li tho
belt proof we have to rslttr that
it wli bc protiiublo to you ta
utt our ClaaOhcd Want aa).
Column!.
■■1   mii mum.*
THE BXPRES9
CLASSIFIED ad   COLUMNS
i.)i us iln   uaui< ami thfl i ffi rings
nt inui nt local idvcrtitiog
K \TKS
Single In- r:   lOr |*»r lim- per iiiwriion
Om Unit    ;  1	
Out Month      "»■	
HHIIIIlllltllllllMIHIIIIIIIlllllllHMIlllllMIIIIIIHMIHHIIl
Capilano Car Extension
;:  Lots three minutes from this cariine, with good soil, drainage and   f
;; scenic surroundings. Close in, with good road already to property.
;;    Inside   lots,   $250;     Corners, $300.     Only $25 down and $10 a month
Martinson & Co.
62 LONSDALE  AVENUE
NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C.
Thoiic If J, /'. 0, Hi's Jl
llllllll llll llll III llll IIIIII lllll I llll 1111 lllllllll I IMIIIIIIIIMIt
FLORISTS     Simpson   ami
Wight tin- local floriiti, have
opc&cd a llowir .store in Al
litiisoii and Junes pallors,
l.uiisilale Ave., when WHY
tiling in the cut lluwt-r Iin ,
plants, seeds, etc., can ba
had. ii
Advertise in the Express
If you wish to sell your real estate.
PAINT TO LAST
must in* mixed according  ta
lh.   .itiiiiisplurii   ttltllljtllillS  11
nnisi meet. (Inli ,tn i\peii
em eii paintt 1  is able tn strike
tin* just proportion! required
im
OUTSIDE PAINTS.
Observe Mine "I t lu- houm
um p.iss and see tin- paint
pet ling nil. This slmnlil uol
lie     It miilil llnl  happen with
"in paints 1st* .mr celebrated paints   il   vmi   wish    iln
 *.t    laiting   ellett      It   pats
lust  in the mil.
Stoney ®, Co.
117 Lulls,I,ila I'ln,ai     I ja,
PEABODY'S
RAILROAD
KING
We ire null' nRiiil-i lu-rt-
The  mily   inn 1111 fu> 1' 1 rt-r
tlmi plMMicaab |uraatM
II llifl iiii   nol   llit-et   i'X|iei*.
I'lltinllH.
I rt 1 1 .itir
Ami It'i-iiiniiifi'il
Ptthodjl'l  liiiilr.,*i,l   Kiiin
at
PEABODYS*
UNION *4
MADE
m
For Sal. hr
CUMMINGS
Gent'i(Toihing.       Furnishing*,       M'.rs,   Ladite'a aad
Chiltlren's limits and Slims.
NEXT TO BURNS' MKAT MARKKT
N O T ] C E
l( you iv.inl In oil youi Property, fill in blank spare anil
Mail lo
INKSTER ck WARD
NORT1I VANCOUVER
NAME
ADDRESS
I.m    ....
M
•.nolher S2"i.(M) Sel ol OMirs
(.IMS mu IRH.
Tin I" uitiliil •-11 nl ditbi I,
given ini in the awn i'l
Royal muiai.nil I'luin. hai
|." 11   tta.11   In    Mrs.    |nhn
Turner, Capilano,
We hau ainitli' 1 - t waiting
(ill s,,lilt limit . It lll.lt In  you,
HO    Itinil    SIIMUKII
HOIK  Illitl.
Special this week
While  I'.ii,lines,    who miiIi
C. R. HICKMAN
Grocer .mil Hukher
Phone pi
I I 1 I. I   * nn*
EDWARD T.
POLLOK
Real Estate and
Insurance Broker
110 ESPLANADE,
Nortii \ incouver,
DII    n 12th si.iiihI l.niis-
ouble Lorner dale, 120 ..n ,.„
Looadale, $15,000;  l-J ouh, balance 5, 12
and 18 monthi,
>ti 18th Bl * i-l'.in-il. eloaa to vt
eorge'a, 1600; 1-3 cwh, balance
liiiiie
227.
33 ft. S
6, 12 ami 18 montlis
Dl I    p „    , l.sth siriei and gi
ouble Lorner <;,.,„-,*- ,i,;m,i
$1,600; 1*3 ouh, balance 8,12, 18 monthi
I ol f.    on ]7tli M..i-ln-1'toSi in a.i-,
I JL it. claarad and  fenced,   $.1,0(10;
l-,". ouh, balanoe to irranpe,
9             in Ul.irk 1. D I.  786, Nmili
L acres Lomdbla; $21 taah
j   I  , in Block 23, D.L 273,facing mull
I   lOt violin; $850 oaih, 6 1 12 nitlm
LoUSand I. Bk 6, D.L.600,iligbtlt
I an** aaeh, $1000 each; l-Soaih, 6, 12 ins.
Grand
BoiuwuD
Cleared Lot*
50 foot in width and over
This is exceptionally fine residen-
tal property, as all lots have a
beautiful view of the harbor and
English bay, and are in the
blocks adjoining the Queensbury
avenue cariine.
For Prices and Particulars, Apply to
0
I.lll. 1.11.
Mahon, McFarland & Procter
Corner   «ni'ii .mil S'vmour StrceU '    O^'3' /Vnl8

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