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North Vakcouvhb I (j   Apbil I, HUO
.Number 1
Regular Meering of the City Council Ferry &_**** Meet I      New Phones New Bank Local News Items
The regular meeting  oi  lhe lag   thi     icorpi
City Council was held on Uid   cily
uesday  evening.   His  Worship cati
.Mayor  May presiding   and   ,!':.*.*;   ,*
the aldernu-n present. Eo
Considerable business ol in
portancc was dealt with. , -
following communications wen opted
read :
II. C. Wright wrote makin
ap] lit ation to cul i a,: *:.   od
I Jth .street  easl  ul  the   Cram
boulevard,    lie  • >1.• I• I   lo    i a)
:,-> mils a cord,  On moth tt ol
Alderman  McNeish  perm
was granted.
Another commuuii ii
received Irom Ui ft'rigl
lag  tin* counti, ui I,
Ins Inrunr application i i
opening np ol i road lu bis pri
lum, hns ii, j, 8, I- i
Bi6 which improvi nn nl
Ih'c'U promised by the !',' * * i'i
cil   and   on    thc   sti, ...   *
which   he   had   in.ult   lm| . ■
ments to his lands lo   i
lint  ol  about  (1,300.
Aid McNeish, l hail: ian o
the Board ol Works, explained
thai  the delay la conati u
the   toad   a as   caused   Uiroilj .
the debentures nol being   di
poaed  ol  11 soon  as anln i] ll
ed.    lt  was referred   to   ihi
Hoard oi Works with powei
act.
The ciiv engineei ad\ i   '
he  had  received   IS  a|!pl,,.
lor lhe poslllon  as w.i.,.    I
lorciiiau and among ilns,
commended Geo. Potts loi
position,   lt was referred to 111
committal of ihe wholi.
The following plans a.
lilitled and passwl      Pal i
I,, so and lol IJ, block
I,  nm, oii the condit
provision In- in.ui, i.i i ments.
lane ;   plan   ol lot   l, Woel .* .
I). I,. >ps, was referred ba      n
uciount   (,l a slight jog  ii
continuity ol ih,   rtn
shown,
A local petition li - lhe
inn -11"' rough gradii
streei lo us fall wi 111
Malum   Av,     to   St    Al   I
Ave.   and   [or the CO!    Wl  i  II j lhe sun
oI a loin-!,,,,i sidia■*'*. *«
m.is received md relerr
board ol works    Tb
was signed b) ten resi
Tin-  following   linancial   ...
COUntl were read alld adopll 1
Finance    >.mi m.    Board   ol
Works    f533.11,    Watei
appli r, Sicaiunia loi
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Al   ine li try directors' meet-     \
' *.  h,.i,i  in  the compan) 's of-
ia.i yesterday   alternoon atten*   . ,
tin
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lion   was   called   lo   tin    ■ 1, \\
aeinj- in,ule on iiii uu* euy	
i the new reinforced I  telephones   toi
■ ''"   • m h  n comparison
ia'               ii  i oi on ,
lU        .  >  a,      *1\,S
.,.,,.,   ... acaol '!„ i .pul ,-,
a   ce to  iai ' ihat li l eing  made.
.,   peed in thi ... local telepln
',,ii ,. an k uiu, h 11     ' lalud      twi It)
li ngt r will In    i,;:  ,-n   In,ini
,.   u.a cannot
matters ot a* rou.iiffe and semi- nt,aided  to  wlnn
n example ol North Van     The koyal Hank  of Canada lira., Alexander Law aad chii-
,n. has   purchased   the north   Wesl drcn   are   leaving today   ior   a
corner  of   I<onsdale  Ave.    and holiday on Galuiula Island.
Second street, and a portion oi 	
the boildiag will ba fitted up a
onco for the accommodation o
eouvir's growth and her pot«
ng iou,.r.l a large
a i l ant date
private  nature   ....    aai
i...
i.i next   '1 Inn
U.   II. ho,iif   is iriclmg   a
... _. bouse on bth -.I,,i eaat in D<
•I local branch of that insiiiu   I,, ijt whnh will be ollered lor
tion.
MAY DAV
ha > in wait
a        |*1.    Spi i-
' '" otuu i.iii.. ___ VhTs afternoon at 3.45
ll * o'clock.
Pending   the. consent   ol
Methodist   chnith trustees,
rangctncati are being madt
Un* children willing to lake ,
iu the May Day celebrations t
i practice in the  basi   _m__^m^_^_^_^_^_m
ine.it  room of   the Methodist |"P*"™ « ^mgn in general
the
alii it'
I.lll
rent ui completion,
Mrs.   .1   Sinhiiland  Held   ol
6th sin ei  eaat will receive mi
Weditcsilai, Aptil nth,   for   the
last time this season.
Air. .1. 11 Brock, a linancial
man ol Winnipeg, was In ihe
ciiy yesterday making aa in*
- [i tei, Second Canyon, Capilano
the surround-
■ lavs   whn hi '■    he B(
>..      hu iiiii    ol   *                D *,u .nil tic Iai In* n,
■ 1    i ■ ':'ii   and   execution   oi
in Hotel
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in lhe midst nl which
OBITUARY
:s   in   chai      * i    Hi
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ud.ner,   who   has
had long experience in  connic
tion  w ith  the grounds ol  th.
I irl ament  .it   t.i
i who is at present
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ aai   ilns    city.     I'.lSl-
lor, 1 the spacious proper.)
... building stain! ,
. intended to locate  laaiii
I. i,  i.nui.,   bowling,
ilus, \\inn,: etc.
oncrief, Mr. r E,    On   ol  ibe moat   atii.n..,,
Air. .uul  Ui -. S. A. I * i ing puip.i.„s •. ,.1
,   ; trail nuw lieing
(lass resort   is
tinong   tin    :
a
hotel
Dunbar Tavlor
Mrs. G, 11 Moodie is contemplating erecting i residence oa
her   property on   13th   street
west, lot 15, hlock bi, D.L,. 34S.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Philip
leave today ior Harrison Hot
Springa, when thaj intend
spending a few dayi' vacation.
.,.1. and Mrs. . 1 IgUl U< ,.
recently  annul irom  crista.
...    ~*,ll     I   III!,
1
!■'.   Wain
'ns. and 1
^^^^^^^        llow   Iiei,;.; a-, 11
- Iai     lhe     sllllllUlt     of
* .a-uit.iui.    Tins trail
.. 1 une immediately
* ; the holel and bt
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ..i.letu  lhe
1  "in,     ( .'ile   leached   ill
Mr.   Ila.'.n an,   ( a, h,,urs leisurely   tra-
CllUllll, ,lia    ,,,ute    has    bm
11  ..iur   careful
0  arranged
I acea" an  \o
ivi-ments with i*1'  1 "ints, Iroi.i
aiU-50.
Thc Uayor suggested I i<
city'i 1910 local improvi
bylaw should In* anu ndi
onci lo mint with tin pi
ous ill the  Municipal  ■
amended  al  tin   lul
ihe provincial In.
His Worship reporti    ll
had  lieen inet b) i delegal
irom tin Indian chiefa and In
diaa  Agent tfcOoaald t*
to the extension ol '1 bil I Sll
•through ilnir rcacrvt which
his  (the   Mayor's 1   estUl
I as   tin   most reason.il It
p,,.siliolt ill anv   so l.n
led.
The terms   were lill |
tin- iitv supplv lhe Indians v.l '
lice  water    ill  twelve  taps, 1
hie Indian!  and s'*.,,<
providing the Dominion go' ■
111111I  would allow   tin
tain fi,ooo ui tin caah lo p,
oil   llic   dclil  on llu 1    ■
Tlnse   proposals win   vel)    ,.
voraldv received bj the 1 ouni il
and  were  rclcrrcil   In  lie     ■
mittee of the wholi lor fnrtlu i
discussion.
The       Indians       Lntimal tl
through ihe  niavor   thai
were not in reality reupt
lor their excessive ,:, 1
lormer occasions, I   I
tain X. V   dtiiei
chad  them  iu regard h
opening of other itreeti tl
the mission ami lot  I
sslul inggeited tlnse 1 *
live tcrins in  connection     11
.1 lio Third street proposil
The    linance    COmmitl
their meeting In Id pri   It
council   convening,   consi', i •
several matters and t,, *
ed the lollowing : Thnt lhe silt
ce
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1 i.iies as her •
. for ploli in the comcUr,
,■ tabliihed as inch :  thi
distiict be communli all tl  witl
relativi to ihe Lmmed
iu iniaiii ,,1 certain deed
I, >l low etf^^^^^H ^^^H
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North Vancouver mourns the
loss ol another ol her estu-iued
iiu/eiis, Mr. David Warren
Johnson, whose demise oc.ui
ud yesterday. Mr. Johnson
was 73 years ol age ami until
recently  has been ■ re. ideal  w
Manitoba.     ihe niueiai   wil.  *   -—■■_■—     "■> —
i.im plan- on Saturday at .• uu- •"'»'"""•'. "' 1-1"1- -*>
p.m. 110111 Orcein- ana Simp- honw ln *» dt3 'li'" 'iU f*
im 1 undcitaknig parlor*, \ ,u, "<»«l '« thef-weai on ad bt,
eoiivcr to .Uoit-ntain View iciin-
tcry. The   birth    is    reiorikd la,t
Tuesday   lo   the  s>Ut   iU   ...t"
NOMINATIONS KOK BCH001, -s»"P'^'i "» '.Uh Hieei   .1 .1.0:1
TRI'STKK "' "°"or ul wlncn    .1.
iS  ICsC-lVlllg    .111   ,(*..„( —
,      „     ,         1 „•   ,.            ol Ills Incnds.
Jas. \\. ilay ami U. know,.e, 	
weie iioinilialed lor lllc vaiaini
on ilu- school board created l/v 'uu Pamela] » - « "'l '«'
the- death oi the late secieun, "■ -uaX   ul" U cto*d lu"10,"
U. P. Peacey. yesterday  liter- '"" ^-"i""-'}.' ^ ' t~., and
noon   111 the citv hall.   A   poll lh"M  """ Imu  ,1"1  M 'u ildu
was declared necessary   bv Ke- -tit ■«"• _*' Ot are adviscl
liirnnig   Officii   A.   K.   Ste.uv '"  »"   at the goveriiinent   ol-
a.id will In' held al the cilv hail >»*■  on    l ",ll,u'   suul   U'ioK
on Mondav batwaaa the regular tlliil Uuiv< Othtfwin   lhe)   wni
_0__ 1 nol lie able   u, use luu    ran-
____________ vluse  111  llie coming    pr.A HCI  I
. dictions
Society .Notes        	
  li* .a.,..
A vi-iy popinar so. idy   event
is  aniioiinccu  ibis 11.0.i.iuj;   ui     jjiK ;,, , .,,..,.,..
the   nulnre   ol Uie   Magagetttttl  ,—	
oi   two  ol   Norih   V, ainoiiwi .  ,.,_, .„„,... ,....,...,.„•.
moal popular young people, ait.  —
Sydne)   Uamphnjra aim  Mini    n.i.sii. 1 ?■—•->
Betty l.inieroii.   jiiss Caineioii j,0od  ion. tcrujs—rc-
is iln* daughter oi Mr.   Donald spun-awe peisoii.   ..ppi; a. o.,
t-auuroii, laic distriit ,,| Noiln Jixpiess. 4*3
Vaacoavei engineer, and is m.i —	
and popularly known 1.1 inusi ,..(),, Mu _gnmm 01
eai iirclcs having taken part in SdJc ou L Uui mMfm,
a numlx-r ol musical elite.lam- daU(] _.__ ,U| _lUt v uw>
.units, both local and else- >.„ b „ ____ 18 mululi, dl
vvlu-ie Miss Caineio.i is a na- ' ltnl A __ i.aguoruc,
live ol the- British Is.ib, IniMiig   NuIl|l  VallC0UVter,
|ioinc out lo this counlry   will .
hd l.ilher and mother soon n v     ..      _ ,      ..
I,    ,      .       , .        , ., 1-or   Sale- iwo  bn.ipj.—six
vears   ago   wher hci latin r   ,u ■  ,        , , '
, ,   1   ,k , lols close lo buiilcVatfij oil Will
upled    the  pnsllloll  as   (lislllil        .
__,        ,   '    1 and ioth streets.    Uic auiiareii
i-ngiiieer  lor  the  municipaii,, .     ,    .   ,
,,* is, i„ ,.     l,     '        ' 1 aisii, balaaci .a u-u uoiU.s a
di   bMliicv  lluni dims is cin*,       ', 1  ,
-fall*  known as Norlh \ a„i„„   '"u"11' u" "* £   ^Ui IUU1"
vers    popular   city   Uwiia, fc" ______ __** * ^^
„,, 1  ,'    ,,,,„ .    .-'    ,  ,. line thousand ca.-h,  liaiancc   to
wlinli position he has In bl wii'i '
- .~^   -       t—— ai range,    llox ur Nor.ii   vaii-
IWo
:::,i 1 nt pu       r  __ MV.M
ition  lo   in    la igkjjj ,„ proiuii-iKv   lor  Ihe  laat n»o
• ■     ■   1        ears, Ur. Uumphreya haa lived Cwuv«I
be Gull  the  Bound «  tin   Ainlutious cuy  n,i   ,
[-land.   I I,ml iiiimUr   ol   vears   and' 1,   w,.i
1 equal to tbt known to every oaa u a ..,,,, ghm,,!,   i*
la^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^™   s^—****    sasasasams***********  ^^
liGGS lOt,  SALi; (II
' "" 'i"i u-i i,|Uaii loin. Known in every olie as a   uio.., g"''i,ii,   i..,n   .   :   1,.
ini    .ihi.nn estimable \011lig 111,111.  Ills pop* letllng .    11	
vard uuv ui.niM .,;,',, iin*i„iHr „| mii_ ti      1 1
i,.,-i,r HI,Isni'.h:], ami lln   ..                                 -J,      ,, 1* 1 *il diauidtu sikiiIic, and I... "■'
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lil .'inal   wil    has  won   hm.  '..
I ..ah   ol adtiiliing nm I.
I ■ wil
ns nn (
•        a    I        t|l
v aim   In,
n   th, m    Ideal
.   ilnn    h>:
1 iokcd
poinl   lo
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• (,r
.     VI   it
ould do well to booh
^__\
 ^^^   W.\
lhe last of good wi.slus foil
lum  and   Ills |a|u pui ive    l.i...,   ,'"'"     -1-     ' 	
in ibn. new vuiturc in lile.       I=^r
 011X8  W A* I l.i    i'i  iion
All    and Mis   I    I   Dick Inl.I and    lull h   mom   In Ip.  Ap|'-\
.1   most    enjoyable   boBM   .unl «t  the  Uelio.i I.".*.-
card panv ut tlnir midMce oa dah Avii-.uc.
tin   I'.splunadc lost (idling. Ile
"ill _______
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tills   r°"
so arranged "u"1
comparable   Capilam
Will    bl       .a     1,111.  :  ',      \\...
law 1
tout 1 k    duriai    1
*i i 1 ai       V'. ■   ii,
I "ill be th   caravan rnlah
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whon   p*
mg   the hat of tha inonih  1    DOG P01 DD mark
number  0   thc inviu-d Iriends ed  brown  .,* I whiti      Owner
'•** '" * praaiai   aad * . bj defrayiag,
iii'ting  wucoaaaqnentlj pmias.    1 , „ .,
mailer than antiupaud.  Hon   mi,,i Wesl
'hose who v.,,     . 	
ll it  (v-'iimg IpJly ,,,„•,
Iheir  genial  ud    po,                       m  U>t{      ' v
Cattbw«ath. '___[	
■''nuseniciils,  allel   whiih   .,
'v  dainty   lunch w,,s   served
' 1"'-'   plest: '   wm    Mi
" Mrs. Kealv, Mi   .nnl   Mr.
V, Wil-li   Voong girl or el
dailv  « light  luuisc-
-•■...., 1.11    ,uiu    .,irs    Wllt*-      ' aad  wages
ins  I ..,,„.,     ,,.    1   ,:;i|1    I'ii.a: ■ i
u     J. Untie, and II.   1'    	
n,   Thacker   and Thotii-
. .-■    1.1 ,,,
tiki]    0
ll      *
s-'!e oi ihe palac* Uotal
*ht  Hughes Idt-K-k.
'ih, Korth ^ incouvei Oirli
School and Preparatorj will re
open for tin* nn ■ >.    rn. on
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G   9
_, 01 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Wood for Sale
Aa-    'a,■),, ran  Costrscliug,  Clctrlni
Excavating, Grsdlng, utc,
K. li. DAY,
Plia.ue HI 14th 1 ki.lpdiy,
Save your Piano by having
an Expert  do your  Tuning;
T. BRADLEY-TAYLOR
260  Second   St,, West
Work (iii!inuit,*,-al.     I'r>,j. n untnl tnd
I'llesll.
Buy at the
Welcome
Parlor
And Save Money
For Groceries,
Dairy Produce,
Vegetables and
Fruit
Asluioli    Potatoes   v jo   pel
sack,
Highlands   I'otatoes  Ji.JJ   i"
M.S', p.i sack,
Hist J. i\ U, Cofiee lush mast
id   and ground,  ', II, Jl.oo,
also  a gladt   al   J.m
Indian anil Ceylon tea, on Si.
also all standard grades.
Alberta Batter, beat creamery,
Also Htitter at 2JC and - i \" I
pound,
l-.incv Apples:
Wine Saps > ■;. pn boa.
Kiuji Apples S-'.t'o
lllanges all si.e.s lloln IOC. up |
to  50C,  pei  ilo/iti,  guai an
tied not touched bj  Iroat,
and IWCet and |iue\.
I.argc assorliiinit ol Knglilll 1
Candid imported and do ,
meatit irom 15c. ap 10 sik.
Also Fancy Chocolatea up to
>l ,00 pel  Hi.
\iw   laid   Bggl   ilailv ,   ) d.i/u. I
ior Jl.
NOTICE OF COURT OF
REVISION
NOTICE is lu 11 ii> niven that
on Monday, the 18th Daj oi
April, I'H", at -• o'clock p.m.
wninn  ihe Citj   Hall,   North
Vancouver,     B.C.,   the    Asses.,
ment Roll nl tin Citj oi North
\ .un ouver im the year 1910
will he revised bj members oi
the Council sitting as .1 1 ourl
ol Revision,
Notice oi all complaints
againsl llu Assessment, as
made hj Un Assessor, mosl bc
given .11 willing tO the siihsifilial ai hast ten days before the
dale ol the silling ol the court,
and such notice mast state thc
ground ol complaint.
Given undec my hand   tins
111li day oi .March, miu.
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
City Clerk.
All new houses should be piped (or gas in order to save tiulii avv expenditure for this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT a
POWER CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave,
McD0UGALL-JKNKIN8  -EK-
t'.INEKKiM' WORKS
I The plain "i the McDougall
Jenkins Engineering Works is
inow 111 operation and marks
the progress m llie industrial
line along the waterfront that
is at tlu present becoming ap
parent and another step toward
the. establishment oi this citj
.md districi as an industrial
and shipping Kiitcr.
While tin machinery and
equipment Ior llus large plant
is l,\ no .in.1.is complete as yi 1
sufficient ol the works are in
plan* lo enable the Coinpanv to
nun out certain specimen! ol
work in the boiler iiianulactui
iug line that ill thc lueanlinn
will relieve the pressure oi demand and establish the concern
oa .1 working basis.
Tin Company has .secured lh
contract tor the construction 0
the steel work ol ihe new lerrj
and wuil will be commenced as
snoii as the material gets
through the mountain section
,*l the C.P.R., where it has lieen
held up loi' some time as n result nt the Irc-picnt slides and
tie-ups on the railroads this
winter, Thei have 011 older also ami have commenced
1, instruction ol two large hollers Inr the Empreai Manufacturing Works on Falsi- Creek,
Vancouver, and have Invsidcs or
ders  ior   six  more   boilers lor
different  coaat firms Ior which
the material is being Bhipped to
their shops in Nortli Vancouver
this week.
As soon as the remainder ol
the plant and equipment is to
hand the local engineering
Works will start work on I
number ol large orders Irom
Lulu Island, among others being one for a slcain shovel and
a pete compressor plant.
CHANCE OF MANAGEMENT
The announcement appears u.
this issue ol the dissoluli"ii   ol
partnership ol Mi Leonard
Sale .uul 11. T. Brewill, hint,,
lore known  as ilu stationery
firm ol Sale and Bicwitt. Mr.
Sale who has taken over the
business .uul assunud all lespo-
t.sihiliti ... that connection is
wcH ami lavorauly known iu
this dtj both socially .md in
his cap,11 ity as a merchant,
Messrs. Sale alld Hrcwitts tailed business in North Y.iiiniiivei
some two years |go and piom-
cicsl it to a very prosper,ms
going ronccin and at the present day tins iitv ian well congratulate itsell, 11. a mercantile way cm the large and up-
ti,-dale stationery stole at the
corner ol Firat itreet and Lonsdale Ave., Mi. Leonard Sale,
proprietor.
Chas. H. Cates
PILE DRIVING
AND
General Contracting
APPLY AT
HEAD OFFICE—R00UM 12 uud IS,   Flack Hlock
16.1 [liiitingi Street, W    Telephone -«*9!i
Or fates'Wharf   North -Vanftouvtr.    Phone 13(5
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llir. LOSSDALE PNARMAC)
SELLS i>i\'l ..'v 4N0 MEDICINES
.ir   VANCOUVER   PRICES   ■ . ■
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US A   TRI A I.   OX   )OUR
XT.XI  OH DTK. I'lIOXF. 2u
T. S   THOMAS, Thm. H     "
DRUGGIST     •'
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Telephone i-'
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DellMI v
MORRISON'S
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WORKS
Keith Block     Ist Slreel V.
NORTH   LONSDALE
33 feet on Car Line
between  .ill. and  Mth Streets,     Price 51500.    Terms, ;.,
a.,sli. balance b and 11 months.
We have teviral jo ft. lets mst oatside ut- boundat] il
si-.li i.i.h.   Small cash pavtinni and easy terms oa these.
D.L. 204
Close to waterfront   We hive one oi two lots I "It si .^.-.s
each,   Terms, ■ * caih; balano 6, iiiad 18 monthi.
Chas. E. Lawson £> Co.
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Real BltSte Specialists        Ij Lonsdale Ave. Pho
North Lonsdale
Let lOtalU lot UN.     Allium! I'li-m-i-il     Very t-uy termi
line..1 tli,* liin-t l'H*iiu,*n. lur a linnii' ill North VueMW, ltiOj!(U,
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LYNN VALLEY
I'leaml l.„l on l.i mi Veil*-  ,,ir luu-, f'M.
THIRD STREET
Twovtrj line l'>l« mi 3r,l Street l„r ♦MUOi'trli.   -»i*»ih, M 12
i,. o, team a. v. u. i.
G. W. VANCE & CO.
Cor. 8th & lonsdsle' Phone 176       Brunch Off.ce-lynn Volley
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Narrows Bridge ♦« **
Built ot once by Municipalities
North Vancouver Property will go "Sky High" as soon
as the Bonds are sold
BAYVIEW
Is nearer the North End of the Bridge than anything on
the market.
CHOICE RESIDENTIAL LOTS
Buy today before prices advance
Prices  $275  tO  $325.    Terms $50 Cash   Balance $10 Monthly
lliyvu H i- l.iialctl in D. L Mia
Goad V ii M ol Hmnud Inlet, (.101 xl Sul
ai.'l ri^hl mi lln- kcit!) Ruad.
I hi ,. quick tunim,. and --ood prolils buy
in Bayview
Wire or Mail Orders will receive
immediate attention
Call al our ollice and arrange to join our
party lor Bayview each fair day at 1.30
COME AND SEE BAYVIEW
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Opp. C. P. R. Telegraph Office.      417 Hastings Street.      Open every Evening.       Phone 5654
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•rW-Hi THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
CITY  COUNCII
(Coiitiniie.il Irom ptgi 11
to the laying of sewers ou llu se
local Improved portions oi tin
street when put to I pennu
neat grade.
i'ln- mayor asked concerning
the council's intention pro-
iiiilinn on tin- initiative with
the several lmal Improvement
petition! which were iu before
last year's council, ll appeared
that the council was almost
unanimous in favoring lhc adoption ol this plan ami on motion of Aldermen McKae and
Irwin il was resolved to take
this matter into consideration.
The lire and light committee,
Alderman howler il.aiiinan, re-
eoiilinciidt'd thai consideration
he taken oi a certain house OB
Chesterlield Ave. where ii.lil-
plliinl had heen made that its
ihiuiiiiys wire elected La B dangerous manner, and in view ol
the lacl that the lire chief coincided in the belie! that danger
existed, ll was tainted to the
Committee of the whole.
Mr. C. Weigand was pii-sent
witli a request that he I.e given
permission to place a scptn
tank (temporary) under the
sidewalk oii First street to con
ned witli a new hlock which he
was going lo erect, rcriuissiou
was granted.
Authority was given tin- citj
inieuiuii to engage a teamster
at $75 pur month.
The   indemnity  bylaw    was
read ami Iiu.illy p.issul.
Before going into committee
ol the whole the munii] consul
iTixl two drawings hy Arch: Id
11. 11. Watson, landscape artist
lor the laying oul ol Vict,uia
Park west ol l.onsdale Ave. The
drawings were gotten up will,
exquisite taste and showed   an
elaborate array ol flower beds,
lioill|ev.irds,    paths,    hedges    all
arranged to conform with a
svsieiuaiic arrangement. Then
weiv (our entrance* lo the park,
the whole ol which is surrounded hv the upper atul lower
Keith road In the cent it ol
the park aiul grounds is s.iual
nl Um hand stand occupying the
most prominent poaition "i .dl
and around whieh provision is
uiadi- lor an open span and
■eating  iccommodation.     The
plan was accepted .mil will he
hi...'; up in the citv  hall lot' the
purpose oi Following mil iis
suggestion! as the park is  im
proved from time to time.
The clerk reported that local
petitions ior 5U1 street and
Keith Koad were insufficiently
signed.
The council then went into
committee of the whole to consider sewerage in general, and
in parlicular on the Ksplanadc,
1st, 2nd and 3rd street and
several other matters.
NEW SASH ANI) DOOR
FACTORY
lliduslries arc gradually filling up along lhc watcrlroni ol
this iiiy and lhc latest devcAop-
luciil iu lliis lnni of business is a
sash and door faelory. Missis.
Dukei.sou and Scott, late ol
New Westminster are lhe proprietors. The new factory is
located on the north side ol tin-
I'.splanade, almost opposite talu*
An Allister saw mill. The lirm
is composed ot men iliuroiighl-,
acquainted with the business
along which lines tliey are soon
to introduce themselves to the
general public and patrons. Air.
Scoll has, lor ,1 munlicr ol
years been loiincctied willl
house building and lilting and
also boal construi lion, ltesides
the iiiaiiulactuie of interim
house lutings and every article
ol kindred need to Uic builder,
il is the intention of the coinpanv to engage in all kinds ol
boat linings and iheir tiiachin-
iii, a Inch w ill be run by elec-
trie power, is of the latest tvp*
and will be specially adapU-d to
all manner of line and high-
ilass work. Messrs. Dickenson
and Scott expect to be in a position to handle orders in about
throe weeks.
PROMINENT VISITORS
Mr. Ualter Ker ol Vancouver,
.nul his brother, Mr. D. Ker ol
Victoria, both ol the well
known luu. "I BiuvViJi.in Kit
Milling Company, weta in we
,11 \ Msleidav looking up the
proaptcta lor the construction
,,f an olhce and building on
their property on the lvsplan-
ade east of I.ousdale Ave. Their
Hour and feed business in this
cilv has grown to such proportions in the last year that it is
thought advisable to cotisttrucl
a Urge store house lor ilu-ir
own use.
New Grocer
New Premises
New Goods
Ready  for Business
on or about
APRIL 1st
Stock all Fresh from   the Wholesalers
Wc solicit a trial order and promise you satisfactory service
Fuller & Fletcher
Hughes Block, 2nd St., E.   Phone 205
PALACE
HOTEL
Ra.IS :
^:W?$W'a\]
ti.oo   per   an 	
Special rales to (am*   IJIf V
.lies aud   to  regular   | -.'",'
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boarders.
REDA & ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Sicoao Staaat,   ■ NORTH   VANCOUVER, I. C.
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FROMME ROAD. LYNN VALLEY
Sale of Re-subdivision of Blocks 6,7,8,9 and 10, D.L. 2003
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This is lhe hcauty spot ol
Lynii Valley. It is nearest the
city. Cars will he running on
or ahout the ist of May, within ,t minutes of property. It extends from Reove McNaught'.s
residence on the west end, to
Mr. Cross's property ami residence on the Kroiiiine Koad and
commands a panoramic view
into and across the valley. Water is laid on permanently right
through Irom east to west. Telephone and electric light direct
ly tbe cir line is completed and
it is proposed to erect the new
municipal hall within two and
a hillf blocks, at the junction of
l.ynn Vallev Road and Kromme
Road.
Terms One-third Cash, balance 6 and 12 months at 7 per cent.
Prices will advance directly cars run. As an inducement we will deduct 5 per
cent, off for cash.
Lot No. Hlock A
1     >4oo
2      4oo
3      4«'
4      4oo
5      4oo
6      4oo
7     40"
8      ioo
t)      400
10  400
1  11      400
I   12"     »»
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) n 400
11    400
16   400
17    400
18   400
19    400
JO     400
21       400
22       400
11        400
24       400
Lot No. Block B
1  250
2     250
3    35"
4 35°
5 35°
6 350
7 35o
8 350
9  350
10 sao
j I!  Uo
I    12*  400
PRICE   LIST
Lot No. Block B. (contd. ■
13*  400
'4     350
*5    35"
16 35o
17    350
«8    350
19    350
20     350
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24         "    30O
Lot No. Block C
l     f 15"
1     250
3    35o
4    35o
5    35o
6     350
7     - 35o
8     350
9     -  350
10      350
]  ll     350
I   12*     400
IJ*     400
14      350
15    35o
16    350
>7    350
l*    350
t9     35o
20    35o
21      3So
22       3.SO
23  350
24   350
Lot No. Block D
1 h Ub»
2 -  450
3     -  450
4 —  450
5       450
6     450
7       450
8    450
9 - -  IS"
10     _„  45"
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it*       600
■4      55°
15 - -■ 550
16 -... 5S«
17     o- 550
18 ...„   55"
19      550
20      550
21      -*.*. 55°
»     55"
»3     550
24     550
Note—All lots in brackets tn
be sold together.
Corner Lots.
This list is subject to confirmation by me, previous sale,
change in price or withdrawal
without notice.
H. A. SHAW, Corner 2nd Street and Lonsdale Ave,,
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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CAPILANO
1 he dantiest homesites on open roads
in tlic prettiest part of the first canyon.
Quarter-acre blocks from $275
One-fifth i.ish, bataace over two years
And others between the Keith road and
the river from $350
One-third caih, balance ia 6, 12 and 18 months
I In k *|.c,ik hu iI.eni-iKi i nnd 1 siuli be i;Ud I" show ihem
Jack Loutet
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ancouvei
Olli.
Exc
ianae
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B. C. Gazette
sou Citi. I'. Wade
electoral    district,
  liuin and   II.  W.   l'urdeii ;   (or
The lollowing appointments Nea Westtninitar ciiy, twenty-
ii, recorded in tht i-tirreal lastti one noinei were ininurated ; lot
>i  ihe   Britisli  Columbia On   Skeena, five; Okanagan diatrict
|B.A.| 8. il ItnA, B.A., S.
J, Willis, 11.A., and I). Wllion,
B.Aj
The following liave but-ii ap
pointi-d Publu School liispeci-
ors to be sub-oxaiuiuers io take
iharge ol the various examination centres throughout the province.; G. 11. Deane, J. U. Gillis, llios. ..villi, A. li.Al illii
and Albert Nillivan.
Notice U, given that annual,
insicad ol si-nii-aiiuual examinations lur adinissiou to lug.,
sehuol will be held in tlie pro-
vi'iice hcieaJU'r and lhat such
.iniiti.il cx.itiiiualioii will bc Inin
on the la:,l three school ua\s oi
J une.
A school   district has   been
created at Masset, 11. C.
I   J. 11. lolin is applying lor  a
I water record on Uilier    Creek,
11. C.
j Certificate! oi incorporation
I aie, recorded as lollows I 1 In
|Coasl Seiurilius Company, lm
I minion Mock and Bond Coipoi-
1 ation, (Vancouver, 13. Ca), I'.d-
[moodl Ui'viTopineiit Company,
I'toiu.dcs Really Compalij,
I.Muiilton Milling and Putting
l ompany, thv Rush-rorlluuii
Mining Coinpajiy, The bhawni-
gati Lake (toward Adult Bible
Class, the Silver Cup ilims
Ltd., 'lhc Sullivan I'ircprool
Wall and l'ariilion Compan,,
The luiou i'iuanec Comp.di
Utiilcd llrotherliood ol Anici-
——^——~ in,   The   U.iliilniis Cluh     aiul
lor Islands i)Vard Klcl'lrK Company (iMiuu
A.  Black- Rul,al*'
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MUNICIPAL uwM'.ksinr
1'AYS
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To be .instil,'- ,ti tin Peace
W. .1. Banting   Bdj-ewood   H
i , and Reginald I   tl    Power,
li..nnis, U. C.
A.  Wi l.innaii and ('.. Ives ; Ci
mon diatrict, W. Maxwell,   ami
i,n Vniir ilistrict, A. I.indltv
Notice is given ol tha change
nl   name of the George llunie.
I'.,.    I',,l.t,    Magistrate   for Hardware  Co., Vancouver,   to
Citj "I K.l<>wn.i  .a. replace *■   Martin, KinUvmi and     athei
!•'   Iliirne a resigned I, 11   de Fnl
long, M li
I,, u convict guard, provi..
rial gaol Victoria, J. ' Both
well.
TH bc lUpendiarj magislrati tiotis
h.i Count; ,,i Kooti na;. J K polici
ia,luisnii ul Cristnii, B.C. h>r the year iyio in connection
To be  resilient physician   lol  with   tin    administration    of
thc  Windeii.ieii   diatrict    .tml their public duties,
medical  health office!   lol   the    The resignation of II. A Bale
province, I)   P.   llaaiugton, ol ol Hariot Ba} as ■ joaticc  oi
W.liner, B.C. the pen  has heen au'i-pted In
To be i commissioner lm tak- iln- Lieutenant Governor.
The lollowing interesting ...
inli has beea taken Irom om-*"
1 our i m haiigis ;
"ll   is  reported llial iu   llu
j town ol Khigciibiirg, Germany,
Martin, Kintayaon and     atlicr, i lasl )i.._t< uo (aA,s wm. |encd|
l-""Ul'1' ibut that each inhabitant was
.lodge P. S. Campion ol Vic- j,1Vl.„ , ,|ivl(|cnd 0j >s„ i,oiu
toria   has been   appointed    a _,_  rolils (ll , mtiaicipai bnck
uoiict for the purpoae ol Wurks     llaU , pnvaU. l011l.
pany o\\ui*l thai ludustry, all
the prolils would have gone into the pockets ol the shainhold-
ms, ami ihi' I'iti/.ins Instead ol
receiving .ui) dividend would
have la-en taxed, as ill lnosl
Other plans. The Klugiiil.uig
sNslom has bad worki-il oui on
a larg*.' Kah in Glasgow, the
■eQM   largest eity in Britain,
iu
holding an inquiry into all  ac
ol  the inn.in.ssnuier ol
Id   the cilv ol Victoria
lag affidavits within and for the    lenders .„*,  being called  lor ami i,lLM).*:)Ved a gnai siiucss
the state ol Washington, lot u*  lln   erection .,f ■ sel 1 houae'qj      tt' uXUU.s _vr u-j,, ___
...   the curis rn   It. l .   i   B   al Aberdeen, B.C., and lor  th.-lwaU* sNsl,ms  slrt.,t raUways,
Whiti  .'1 Spokane. Wash affection   "I I   sihool   house   at  am*    j^   maUV   J^toWl and
Ic.be medical health  officer Chaae, B. C. lunuueui builduigs.    Moreover,
i„r th,   M,.ss,t diatrict, A    K      tht Mtnislet ol I'libln WorksL^ no, only £&_ the  muiii-
Kraser. is caUiug loi tenden Ior "road   ipal ,,r, ,rl   „ M lls „«,,
>o ta commissioner lot   lak  metal    foi  uiclaUtag the ma- L^gU Wprortda anllkkn
mg   affidariU  in lh.   suprvm. rme drive, Po.nl Grey. \Jg£ lo tAlJ_ tlu, all/,,ls  „,
lhe lollowin:; gentlemen have J.jvic taXu(jon>     v\"hat Glasgow
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la,i.il   district,   .1    Colin,    II
ll.iMlet,  11,  It   S.iUtulel's .Uld I,
Svrotuck
hor Revdatolu electoral  din
Hut lifieci.'nanus numerati
, i ...       i   livic   ia.\.iii'tii.       >a imi   a..i.-s ■•
been  appointed  as a Hoard   oi L^   KliiKii.l,nrK   have   accom
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lisUed  is within   the reach ol
K\.ill.II.i.s to .nl at the exam
nation ot public sihool teachers If    'V'„ _. J".!",.','
',..   ,,   , ...      towns nearer home
mr  191a    W, 11. Argue, H.A. ;
Miss   J. A. Cann. H.I.. : J. S
(of Vuh electoral district, Gordon, B.A., J. K. llcnrv, It
twelw ; for Richmond electoral \ B. W. Mathews, MA.', I-i.
districi   l-'. II  Turna    lorNel   II Paal, H.A., 0. B. RoUnaon,
CHURC'JISliRVlClvS
Meihodist church, corner bth
|streiit and St. George s avenue:
Sorvices at n a.m. and ;*.*,('
p.m. Sunday School and bihle
class :.,lo p.ml Class meeting
lo a.m. Sunday. Prayer nii-cl-
ing | p.m. Wednesday. Moodyville Sunday school n a.m.
Pastor, lav, U. II. Halderston
B.A.
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The Right Paint
For Your House
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Pure Painls lor your mime**
bei ause ihey do all any painl
can do and will lasl londcil and be
p.mil. The special iniredienl uwd only
... ML Paints fortifies surface* they
i mer i.iia.nsl rtOITY atttn_
Ihr ills that    ■   "h"r   _*
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destroy other
painUsniiuirkly.
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belter, ind sal
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mil. 17 years knowledge nl paint*
uiuliii.e lor practical piinlcr-,.
l.ynn Valley Institute H
Services rveiy Sunday  i
tug at n, and evening al 7
all:-
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reputation WSff*
rials your mn-
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by Ihr Imp.rial
Vsrilah and
Color la., lid.,
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Cirried la full t-*.ortm«af liy
Norlli Vancouver Hardware I o.
i * il Ageol
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I St. John the EeangeltM, Ml
i and 13th streets:—
' Holy cuminimion, I am;
morning pra)er 11 am, evan-
ing prayer, 7.30 pin. On the
lirst Sunday in Uhe month there
wli be a second celebration oi
lhe holy communion al 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
Services at Sl. Clement s hall
Lynn Valley: Moaning prayer
11 a.m.; evening paayn 7 p.m.
Priest-in-charge; Rrv H. H.
Gillies.
1    St.   Andrew's    rmln teiian
ihurch, bth s.treet;-
Servioes at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m.    Sunday school J.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday,
at 8 o'clodt.    Pastor;   Kev. J.
ID. Gillaun, U.A.
North Vaosouver Catholic ln-
|dian Miassimi -
] Sunday Servn.es- Mass at V
a.m. Sunday idltuol at 1 Jo p.m.
Henwlii-tio-n at 3 p.m I'astor:
Rev. E. Peytavin, O.M.I.V.O.
Baptist Charch, cor. jth and
'St. George:—
Ssbhstth schooil a} 1 f IB Ser-
victtat 3P»- »nd si    •  p.m.
We have a LOT on 4th Street for $3100, Good Terms.
We have a HOUSE and LOT on 17th Street.  A Good Buy.
We have PROPERTY in all parts of the CITY.
We have ACREAGE in CAPILANO, also on LYNN
and SEYMOUR CREEKS.
BISSELL, BROWN & SNYDER
64 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
MAIN  OFFICE:—264 Hastings St. t., near Empress  Theatre
WANTED
North Vsncouver Property  everywhere and  ipywheri
Wc have the biiyrrs and lln: cash, make your own prices
ami toon, and hand into or photic.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
lionidale Avenue, near Ferry
Phonw—Offlea to      House 22      P.O. Bux 50
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llmlled
LAJE dipLocK-WricHt
PIONEER BAKERY
WUhIR & HIWHH. Proprietor*
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
Try ou. WN BrowaBnad. Daily delivery to all parte ol city
l'lione i and 54
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & 6th St.
Wis!; to Inform tlieir cti--
tomt-rs tlmt they are erecting
;i dry-kiln nnd will In- in I
position to supply
Kiln Dried
Eumber
of a 1 kinds within two weeks
Ho V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1910
April ist  St. Andrew's Gab Daao
April   jth  Lactam Geo Heatherbell on Fnril
Pruning . Uiaa Beaak Uviogaton,   oa "Womeu'i
Instituii  Work "
April ;th  llotiiuiltur.il Society'i D.uik.
April Mh   Miir\ Widow's Gab D.ime.
April md—MeR} WMoa/'i Gab Daaa
July 1st   l-'lowil Show
Pricei lor rent al Hall    Dancea, lio; nmcerti
,...,1 soii.ds, 5i.\
II. SNOW, Seen tari|.
Or to C. P. JACKSON, ijtfa Simt
SEYMOIR UMBER
CO., LTD.
Phm-r   )0
17th .Slreol, Norlh \rtn«ou^er
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC
BURRARD SASH & DOOR IACT0RY, foot of St. George
Wt inli, u .(trial lii,| on r,„ir iinl.-r« iumII nr lirni-
J. H. BISKINS
Cor. 3rd St. 4 Lonsdale
|HMM I" W    1 < .ilaf.au,
HORSESHOEING and
General Blacksmithing
S|t«|-Illl  lll.'lllinl.  UK' "   ."  I.»i I
•ml lm. rtrrinn Imriu-    Alro car-
ruinr nrt nntl "iff. rtnanhaf.
Ml »,,rk  i!i.«riul,*i,l.     Prompt
•Iti'iiliiui.   lim' ..u-i Iriil.
IftlJLL
General Contractor
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COAL
NKW WKI.UNl.TOS tMl
•lirnl Irom Ih* tnttiaa
Vina innr nril-ri now imi
., a ur* emir winter'* »uppl(
l.arft ihiprafntu will irrirt
.n I Ifw -livi. Prin" n»lu
l.ir,» mppljr of WOOI1
•Iwivi on hind    .   *   .   •
P.   LARSON
Hnir-I Norlh Vincouver
Telephone  No. ».
LYNN   VALLEY
4 in Airtu uilh 604 leet Imnii..-; ou slrcit iiil.nr
Lets 3. 4 ind t), block *, D.L. 20:3    Price J7.000.
I inu. J1, ,,,„) 1 a-.li. hilince (>, ll and . ■> nionllis
MAY £»BLRN»
K'al Kstalr and Financial Acrnts
Our 50ft. Lots
Jit I'.I, 2003 in ebttptf limn Lfn Valley Acrenpe.    Only
$130 each
' ash $2.")ati<l $10 motillily
Martinson & Co.
Ill 11 ESTATE BROKERS
NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C
I'litittc /;.? I'D. Bu ;.' THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Double Corner
View and .vmi
.11, 3MH-544
nm It x 145 ll-
5945 — >47S cash
Bressey
Peers & Boult
Double luiiui
Mood}  anil Stli
I, 2-1.i| 550
[OOXI4O
$3,350—51,15" cash
WIDENING FIRST NARROWS
Mr ('.in. 11. Cowan, iiuiiii-;
tin* count ni Ins address lo
Ward VI Conservatives in Van
conver Wednesday evening oul
Innil several iu.ai.is nluiii 11
had been lus privilege lo be a
party tu In tlnir accomplishment during tin lasi session ui
tin- Dominion House, Among
others was tlu- widening ul iln
First    Narrows,    lie   stated
through thi* joint eilorts ul ilu
liriiish  Columbia memberi he
had been able te K'1111 •' COnces.
sion Irmn the department oi
public works iu thu lust instance ui $90,000 lor this important wort an.l later altei
continually pointing mu to thi
minister, Ur. Pugsley, ihe inadequacy ul this amount, hud
received the lurther .issitt .1.1 .
that a dredfi wonld be provid-
ed in the supplement.in estimates thai would In capable "l
extending   th.  narrowi   tu a
width   ol   1,300   leet,  lhat   lln
dredge would be in operation b.
September isi and In* kept con
linually working until llu un
dertakng was completed.
Double Corner
Bowser & Hope Rd.
22, 23-10-764
66x122 ft.
$1,000—$500 cash.
KIAL ESTATE
Ins-name*
Nutrtiy Public
I'll.mi'
188
Double Corner
17th and Stephen
1, 2-10-615
140x157 ft.
fl ,675-$ 150 cash
Bal monthly
cm ion in, i.\
COMMITTEE
CORK..ITION
A    typography al . n.'l' 'Miu-
lcd in tin- i.ii\ report in    i.
Illid-Weiit   issue  of  tile   BxpTI
The Iuss uvei   operating   a
Ileuses was 1287.58 l"i  .1 annul v
instead ul £6,276.58.
ihe cilj council in committee
ul ihi uin ue lasl Uedllesdai
evening considered the report
iinin bagineer Hanes with u-
1,1.rn in installmg sewers on
the Esplanade, First, .Second
ami I bird Streets, the report
being asked ior at lusi week's
nm uing and w.is as lollows 1 tf
commending that the amen
to be installed be part of a general system ol vilnlied pipe
sewers ..s adopted by the council ui last year, that on Uu- l-.s-
planade itt-inch pipes be laid
unin Forbes to Lonsdale Ave.
snd iu ineli pipe ironi Lonsdale
to Sl U eorge Ave, on First bt.
thai » .'" inch sewer be laid
iiaain I'niins in Lonsdale, in-in.
iinin Lonsdalp to St. Ueorfe,
ii. inch lium Si. Ueotft to m.
Andrew s, 1 | inch (rom St. Andrew's tm St. Patrick's, on Second Street that an 18-inch sewer
be laid Irom Forbn to Chester-
mid, ib-inch from Chesterlield
tu Lonsdale, 14-inch Irom Lonsdale iu St. George, i-'-iiuh irom
St.   George to the ravine, and
mi Third itreet that a 24-inch
sewer be laid Irmn I-'urbes to
St. Ainliiw s ; that the sewers
lie   placed    I I   leel   below    thc
.uui gradi, ihat 1 connection
in pul in iu each lot line, that
the laterals be put ia on the
suulh side ul lhe street* alld 30
leel lruin lhe property line and
int. 1 the luls at a ilupth ol   to
feci, and that the laterals consist ol 6-inch pipe. Alderman
Fowler considered the cost on
coimerring with each lot would
come   too  heavy uow and   Alderman Smith thought that it
would bc    wise   where   grades
were  established to put    these
connoclions in  at once and  it
would  save the continued digging  up of the street.   Thc report was received and the  following motion  was moved  by
Alderman   Irwin  and    agreed
, to : "That in the preparation ol
plans for sewerage system that
the   engineer bc instructed   to
provide  lor  branches   to   the
.mains or lateral sewers  where
'houses   already   exist and    all
'connections   where   the  street
had been brought to its permanent grade.
Thc Indians proposition was
next taken and was specdih
acted upon. The decision was
unanimous to accept the Indians terms as outlined in thc
council report and the clerk was
accordingly instructed to prepare a bylaw which, when passed by the council, will be submitted to the ratepayers.
1 The city engineer's recommendation that George- Potts bei appointed waterworks foreman
was adopted.
U. Grant, sr., was appointed
caretaker (temporarily) ol the
city boulevards and parks at a
salary of $65 per month.
CRICKET
A meeting of the N. V. A. A.
Cricket Club was held on W ed-
neiday evening ior the purpose
ol arranging ior the cuiuiug
season's sport. Mr. A. lUcLag-
an was appointed secretary.
The entrance fee lor the crick-
el club was luted at >5 in addition lo thu >i payable quarterly tu tlic Athletic Association/
Tenders arc to be obtained lor
putting a portion ol tbc Athletic Club grounds in good order.
It is hoped that all interested
in ii.ekei will endeavor lo
make tiie dub a success by joining early as subscriptions arc
needed to meet the necessary expenditures on the ground and
lor uiniii, and this should be
seen lo at ouce il lhc Uub is lo
gel 111 shape ior matches. Vancouver clubs arc glrcady otter-
ing dales lor mulches, and a
good year's sport should be
possible.
The meeting was adjourned
until Wednesday next, tub Ap-
ril at the St. Andrew's Club
Room, Thompson Block, 'ovei
Welcome Parlor) at 9.30 p...
when all interested should attend. The Secretary or Messrs.
J. Alexander, H. V. Smith or
J. G. Farmer will be pleased
bo hear from intending members.
GOVERNMENT WORK
Tha Provincial Government
work gang have been engaged
for the past month in repairing
the road through Moodyville.
From the city limits on First
street repairs have been made
to accommodate vehicles as lur
east as the Moodyville hotel
and Irom there, ou to Lynn
Creek thc foot trail has been
put in shape for travel.
WORK FINISHED
Capt. Chas. Cates has completed his work iu connection
with pile driving in the vicinity
oi the steel bridge on the Keith
road over the Lynn Creek and
started to dismantle his machinery preparatory to moving
it out.
:iiiiii.mmii.ilm„,„„i,„.i,ii<.i,iiiii
Quality
Diamonds
We give you the benefit of Prices resulting (rom
DIRECT IMPORTATION""
Our llrm •illicrenci''tn -trict nml' stmi^lil bn*tl*«N
princi|il.-i', nml Dm liilth ntninliinl .jualiIs uf IM |Oodl Wl
liniiille, |iMnnuiii'(- u tn the btMlniW mirlil n* n Ii'in worthy
ill t'VITV Cnlltllll'llct'.
Al DIAMOMi MKIC HWl's, nur .ii|irriiuirv j,, ('„„.
mln in ti'kii'i«li*al.''*il iraini emit In oi-nt, Much i-|*rnaL*. ir**ni
llu* lii.-t ihnt mir Iniivv ImyiiiK in Ksrup* ItCWM (nr in
Mfhw |<rnile luili'., nml lu«»*r prii-cn lluui llie innfl
ili-alrr cun hope tool-tain.
TI..-1. lint- MMM and Inner prictt »*€ "UYr to * U
Uailmni, with the guarantee uf the UoQM ol 'Hirk-'
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
DIAMOND MERCHANTS
Geo. E. Trorey, Cor. Hastings & Granville
MniiaKUi(! Director ■
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ALEXANDER F. RBILLY
Teacher of
Artistic Pianoforte Playing
North Vancouver,   Saturdays
North Vancouver Woodyard
Corner Second and St.  Patrick's
we supply  $(0^ Wood
any length required
$2.75 per load
Prompt delivery Phone 190 P.O. Box 136
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Manitoba Real Estate Co*
2339 Westminster AveniK
Vancouver
I'l.uii St., I."t 11, I). I,. \i"i. dn 150x150 led,
Price, M;v -cash '., Iial. li and 12.
I.ui-. 11. 11 .nul 15, block 31, D. L- 4f>9, '4 sens,
taring Keith Koad. Price, $1,500—cash '..
balance eaaj.
I'llll Slieel .unl St. George Street, |lh lot Irom llio
Ave., li. I. 549, iin 11x150 leet, price $600
.ill cash
1,'iis 1 in m iii.lu.le.l all cleared and high, 50x1,1;
ii' 1   pii" * >;'J   1 ash S|,=ic. bal. fi and 1: BUM
ulh .uul II.un   \u . luls 1 and :, Mock J, I). L.
■ill  IOUXI47 lul, price e.uh |l6ju   cash
$650, bal, 6, 1: .uul 18 mouths.
l.ui .'.1, Iiimi 17, 1). I,. 3*53, si/.c 5oxt:n, price $575,
' .1 li - loo, I'.il , ii, ll and iH months.
l.ul 17, block [553, si/e 33X130, Irolll S.l.so, tash I-),,
bal., tot) ,  in bits.
I,.ii s, block 8, 1). I, ult-, si/e 141x117 bet, cash !„
balance to suit,
B, '. nl lul* *i. in. 11 and 12 in K. ', ol 11, D. I,.
623, lacli hhxt \1 Iiii. Ss*," tlu- whole lot.
I'.ish ',, balance tuy.
19 act. I, ', nl 86 iu I). I.. B6l, prico $1115 per aire,
cash 1 ;, bal   11, 12 —i l8 months.
Five 66 it. lots.   Good lor one week only.
8-1-860 one acre.   Price $350, cash, $150, balance,
$10 per month.
Lillooet Road, section 58, D. I. 865, one acre,
$950, cash 1-3, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.
26-1-863, % acre. ii00 1 cash *100' balancc *10 Per
month.
Lots 7, H, 0 and 10, block }!, D. L. 2022, sire vu
i:n feet, price $700 ; cash $350, balancc, i, 11
and r.8 months.
Lynn Valley, lot 3, block 2, D. L. Nf?, sue 3W".
price if2lo ; cash .ty), balancc $25 quarterly.
Lynn Valley, lots II and ", block 2, D. L. 2087,
sue 33x110 kct, price $475 I cash $125, balancc
$50 quarterly.
Peter Road, 6-44-*>87, sue MB" ,eel' f*&J
cleared, price $400 ; cash '/„ balance 6 and 12
months.
W. % of 12 ir. D. L. 508R, five acres, price $5.*>3°t
cash $1 750, btUance to arrange.
l.nt I6-I2-1088, ', acre, price $475 i c"h fila tO
$2nu, li.il.iiice $20 per month.
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THE K\l'i:i>s
Nokiii V \\. oi 11 R, li   C
Rath  *    in turnw
On, t.*„r
|1,00
mx month,   ■
,80
Tliri*,* monthi
•j:.
Unltsd Klitenand Fortlgn,|l.M
a. i rear
AUVKIMISIV,   BATEH
ruxuain Dun it   1d»i mu ai ut,
.'ill ..'lal- p»l I nali .*:,,* [i IliMTliiin.
I saoi Kotii 11, I at    11.00 |ht iiiiii pat
month,
I.AMI AMI TlMlN  SOI la I |     M al.ll-. ||;
10 dayi, I7.S0.
I MAI   \i*. i KTIIlMu    l*ir-l  in-tr11.hi, lu
li lal- I** I   ..I *   ,   a .aa li  |Ubta*l|lll 111     M-'T-
II*.II,.a.     . • r III).-
IIi.mum. Nutl, i - i\  I a*i ii   Nm, fjol
i an   lu ■ mt, i'a*rlui'*.i*.u*li Iniertlon
( mmi.1i i   Ami Rill -ii -*i-     BltM  ur*
ranged uiTunlinj to ipac** taken,
Lonsdale Avenue
two four-roomed modern lionses on double I"' fencod and
improved, Price only .$420(1. Termi to luit. Thin is
really a genuine bargain,
Close in Property
mi Lonidale, Eiplanade, Firat, Seoondand Third Streets.
We ipeoialiae in close in property and if vou wish to
■ you to call,
buy or cell ihis class of property, it wil
write rn- phone to us,
ELDER MURRAY CO.
I	
7 Sorlli Vmi. ..ii
mii.
I'.iHUi*   UW Villi, ..llliT
Hound ;i.m. tn *i,3(i p.iii.   ojm-ii Kvt-iiiiin- hv ippolntmeut
Alter iillir-. hoOII, pliou, 1,11:'
once the storm is past und tin
sky is clear, llu- sen smooth ,uu
all is well, these heavy re- j
strainis are thrown aside am
wliile all ordinary precaution-
are observed Uie voyagVI Wl"
render tlieiusclves to the lull enjoyments of the delightlul condition! iii wliuli the- Inn
themselves.
Wliile the conclusion il as OB'
loi lunate as it is unavoidable,
that seasons ol great prosperity
ale not all unmixed good, to all
members ol socielv liiasiiuuli as
many are lured tlicrehv into
Iiui uitul excess iu a vai utv ol
wayi, it is, iK-v.,1 llit-lc-s.s. an incontrovertible lact that tlu residue oi inilueiiic accruing Iron
writer 'unbounded prosperity such    as
Sherwin-Williamt    Paintt    Cover
Earth
Alli'llaili^i-lll i-i.lltr.n I ;ialli'T*ll-.*llli-1ltJ
iiui-i i- in Ui.'ii.ui.i-..I ll.e |.rm.,-r l.v oppoaed,     tin*      report     de- mailer, in  whkh some
Ui*.lii.-.i.i* .*t. iiii . .* (-ii-art*publication   , , , ,
„ii„. ,„>! ,..„. daring   tlui   iuch   g  pr-xed-professing  iniiiuate  knowledge I that which the Canadian west
be    wastclul   .mil ol ilic Intricacies oi lite   silua-'today enjoys must be accredit-
.
,iu \ im "i \i i,  April i. iijio
A SANE VlKW
ure "wouli
Mould, sooiiti oi laur, result lion, advance* lus theories as
i" lavoritum ami corruption in to the cause, lhe duration and
'the pulilu Miuce." In the tin into ol the then existing h-
Kent nf the alienation ol lands nancial siri-ngcncy, The situ-
controlling     Water    power    or ation   is cxhaustivch   discussed
ed ill lavor ol the llu I tase ul
the wcliarc ol socict-, and the
happiness oi the Individual,
While lhc lew may wilfully
abuse their advantages, lo their
out.oiling   coal   deposits,     lhe
report uigis that power lo pin- duals in the endeavor to reduce
B»ery great principle however teel   tin   public   against    un- it to us essential elements lor
nuiceptibU finable i-.n.-s be reserved lo remedial   purposes.     Analysis
)  public bodies aiid by indivt- own   delriinelit,   yet lllc   great
mass ol the members ol soilc.t)
will Iind themselves in I great-
iil .ilin-i « lieu ii Is being \i inked out in concrete lorm. The
principh of individual lihert),
lor instance, which is lodu)
considiinl essential in llu well
being ol soviet) and the stale,
hmi i>t preaaed to an extreme
in which it becomes individual
license,   in which phase it i on
ly   advanced   position   relative
to those resources which   com-
the government, becomei the normal mental at*
lhe   problem   b\    whnh   the tltttde ol every man who is   at bine to place them ill a position
United Statea is confronted it ,l" niierestcd in monetary mat* ol independence and ou a basis
I.iIim    to   lui   remaining   n.i- tan *ti wherever two or more ol permanent proiperity, as the
tural resources is ciusch    par- men arc grouped together, ihe result of the judicious uat ol
alhi   lo that wilh which l.an-  chances   are Un   to   one   thai  those opportuuilics whiih   pre-
ad.i   iimls hu silt face to   lace, tliey are applying that   process 'vailing      linancial     condiiioiis
lo the linancial situation. place within their leach,   while
luring this process ot accretion
Stands Extremes of Heat and Cold
RTIBEROID is used on bouses and barns at points
i.ooo miles north of Edmonton, Alberta—and the
extreme cold has no effect en it.
Rl'BKROlD is used on buildings in thc West Indies,
South America and the Orient,—where the thermometer registers from 90 to 100 degrees for months
—and the extreme heat has no effect on it.
Could you ask for a -"or* satisfactory fooling for vour
house and barn f
Sole Agents for
North Vancouver
Paine  <& McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
siiiiiii**.   ,1 posilivi   menace
and tin* stale,
but owing to the iiunh greater
degree to which  ihose Icsoillces
lu seasons ol liiiauciai
10 , thev   do   not   dcliv   llleliisclus
have    allcaih   ken     aliciialcil parity, however, lhe crucible In- ]j|K.r,,l ciijovinent ol those   Isfi
liom Un people, iln   situation comes conspicuous ior Us ab- timate pleasures and comforts,
' is liiini, mon  acuta with   MU seine, as a Iactor 111 the smia-:which naturally attend upon I
neighbors than with ourieivea, tiou.   'lhe genural public speed- situation such as that In which
11.    „i        .      1 1 thev  are  lortunate enough   to
.i.uili assistance may, Unicoii, ily arrives at a Iraine ol muni .   , ,,        ,
■" "  * Iind themselves.
In-   procured b\    lanada   Irom that accepts the silualioii   «-nii |  	
SpCCl   lo the 1 "llset (,illoli "Ilia- 1 , '.• ,    , .  ..:.  ;. ,    .
1 a close observation ol the con- eipianuiutv, mul is content   to
tulal resources ol tin   coiintn, , ., ,    ,a, '.,    ,   , ., ,
trovers) and the progress ot rv make the most ol those advau-
llllllt ill        lVll\       tt.l.       a   I llllllll. Iltl ,, , 1 .. I
medial measures m the Mates,   lagea ami opportmuties  which
the   prev ailing    prosperit \
ed lu pullit oul a ktt weeks ag
inal  iln  principle involved  iu
iln pr,st,!ii movemenl with  re-
Earth
.ible in   ai  gi in ral « ,i\,   is   siis
llplllill    nl   In Illg   oil 1 Wtilklil   111
IIn .niinii .ai iiii* commission
al
. ol  thi ii.hiil government   on (""ls' without the exertional*
„ i..uvu,,11,,11 relativa to leasing\smtty to an analysis to discov-
w.,1,1 power 1- decidedlj at va-|a -* **** whuli tuderlie mi-
riance with the position referred J"0** n-iitkt* The lact
lo iu the aliovi u„ iuioiiwI ri lllal *-*** ari -00'1 *ti that
port lln iti.'iuiii.u.l.ilioii in everv body knows lhat times ale
Un   t.iliiliilssiuii  uuh respect to f-,,H'(1- ls ^tUti ipuU sullicient
ils practical application
thc result that its indum
prove,  in Minn respects, detri
11ui1i.il 1 at hei ih.iii helplul
Since writing tli.it article, in-
iiiriii.itinn Itas come lo hand
tthnli .liiin> that iu wrestling
with this problem leading
thinkers and influential bodies
ut tin United states are taking
trong stand upon the
I l i.tlselA .iliuli
11*..     has    become  a laiuiliar
leiin oi late south oi thi   i-itu
I'.ii.illa 1   iu ilu   discus i.'ii    oi
ilus importanl question,    The M"
N.,1.1,  Chambei ol Lommerei '""' '
recent I * adopted unanimous!) .1
for
Con-
u.iiu   powers wai lhat in lu- ""   l,raa"-'al purposes.
lure no unconditional titles i., -**» nUmnt in the lorm ol
water   nouns   ihould lie riven tttkAy cash   appeal  with suih
Ll.
MUSIC HATH CHARMS
\Vt have competent teachers for the lollowing instruments:
PIANOFORTE
Mi'iiil.iuirni'i
all Iai,1.1. ..| M.al.ni anal Anlia|ii.  I uiuiiur.
-1.    unin. Hi.uk .ml ll.r Kixuiti-    K.*i*.n
in, in .11 il" hr.nrlira.
I'irtiiri- Imiiuiii:.      Kurniliiri* Stonier-.
ORGAN,   VIOLIN,
VIOLINCELLO,   CORNE
173 THIRD STREET, W.
M»ll. lUtniRia (Ifrll |Toml'l .llilllni,
MANDOLIN.
Trrm oj twelve li ssons. $§.00
North Vancouver Piano Co. & School of Music
AuMros-44? Lonsdale Avenue
Phone 114
but lhat even eranl or  lease Udl1 'uru' lo ,hl' »v«age moi-
ol
ial, lo rendii hun decidedly uu-
powers  should Ik.- given
ise
l( ui   potters    should   be subject,
among  others to three condi- lMlu,llt ul llk' llluU'raU' Uw»
t.ons,    name!) .   lust,   develop-  1M"' «*° wuul(l *tli*i his iltv
ment within a specitwd   lim,; -distractions   upon   Ins att.n
nd, public control of rates, llu"'   A sl'ulis oI "K'llUl l"
nui lakes possession ol men   m
evise the s.uui at aay'time. u"s u"^n[ alul liu' *" iarc
reporl   prepared b) Jud|ie lhl"
ui.11    i. rl -    and
through -.in ComniiUc *
lionul Aiiatn-, whuh  luaiiiiisi.
llenn     this      iiiouimcl'.tlalloii lm'   "P"11   PWjM in Wl.il-
|   provides  lor   Ui.   piuteclioll   ol  Comb   Rlk'>'s   "*!_*   UiTp
broad visum .md a lirm "klM*' P'ovtdei ior the leas*
oi  iln   issues involvw
* 11.iiion movement. I he
plan proposed in the it p ii I
\i ould  allord   evei     eiivou
everv neutraliiing influence
rtl   ,   lo   relinquish   thcinselvis uiire-
the public aa to rules and ilnn-'j,llK>" lla>' '"allitl'sl iun  '"
in agrees with th, report,  but dl"''u"" u' *-**- l0 l1"' *-**
a l,^.. ,..,,.i... ,... ,i... i    every neutralizing influence and
__  .lw iug "i  water powers In
partKiil.il    the two ale iha.iui-  lemdlJ     l"    *****    '"    U'1'
ricaUj opposed. Ptxd- warmth and thegrat-
Tin,, i, iii.uiuestli  ,,,,,111   lor lUu^ &**** ul turum"l''-'»
tt.de   dnt'lgelue   ol   opinion     ,11   t0'"lurl»'
the working out „i the details    N"r h -** ',,lv *;"u,l ,l'ls""
ol any. scheme „i consexvat.o.,   l0 *"-"** lllal *•■ lriaUut'nt
vaal   natural  resourci   u|  tin
vn st «Iiiit ai iln laine liu
soiuuK   prevantin| waste  and i
monopolistic control,,
.i paragraph Irom the ripoi *
u..I ,ii ,t in ih.iKi ii ■ position
.I. ii in ilus regard au
|ii.iit\ thai would leal u| ol
uiinvvessaril) retard tht usi ul
ii.unit , wealth, not onl) would
In ol im Iiiiiiiii io llu presenl
oi to inline generations, but
would be a positui injur) lo
both. I'ull and in. evelop.
unlit uiniii a ist and >.
rej-ulation againsl thi abuses
oi mottopol), ii the inn polic)
im ilns country,
Uul, ititiiini to natel pou -
,i .oul coal uicasuri tlu report    recomnit od     legi iation
mi a i.nt iiii  and   intelligent
lonsi'iii.iiinn   tii   tho  problem
must   result in practical auau
imity as to the aptucai Ol  the
principle embodied in tin phrase
'I uliseiv.lIiuii    ttllll    I    i ,"     -.11
ordei to avoid an injudicious
hoarding "i our magniucenl na-
lural I'.souries and to attain
the greatest ami moil rapid result', irom their legitimate itm-
version into national wealth,
rivtlhl'Ir'.kri'N   I M.ll UK
Al'.l Sl',1)
Applied   to   linauei.il  conditions, lhe lacull) ol analysii is
UIU    WllO  t    CXI la '. * ■    I - a    avi*r-
oi the situation is by auy uteaua
so  censurable  as some ol   our
solur    minded    lellows    ttould
havi  us UlliM*.    ll is doubtless
to be regretted   th.it   "good
limes" are allowed by sonn to
I'llgelldit halills (il exiraviigaliie
aiid prodigal indulgelices tthnli
du uol add lo lhc sum total oi
real happiness and which, Montr or later court discomfiture
or disaster, but on tin* other
band it is quite legitimate lhat
undor prosperous codditloni
mankind should indulge to the
liillcst extent, grateful relaxa*
lion Irom the high tension under which Uic mind has labored
during the prevalence oi adverse
conditions. The master iii.iiiu-
w lu ii   ihe siiiiiii threatens,
which,   »'"'' larclulh  protect ,..,  individual, pert dn   iltuosl *i
ing  the   puWii againsl imposi im1u     ,.   ,,, .. ls tl[ huuiits  the  bridge,   lie   denies
tion .m.l un rt *i "ii .ibh charges, fin,,m,,,|   .^.pr,., , miv himself ikep  and snatches at
Mill  ,,in...m.i   il..   dUcovery, tlI1.M1|   "i,,,,,!   i,,,, \\li^-ti i|lU'rva'-s •' ''-ist.v ""''''     Willi
opening  and   worlung  gi coal „„„„,  j,    t,Ki,, , ^ unfailing diligence ha studies aU
mines aad lbi developmenl   oi tfaj linji|u. I|n,|:- . ,,,„,. the coadlUom
watei powei * a     t polie)   ah ,„., __ tlu. „„,
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•oliitel) '  «ntia] to tht growth „,,,,,,  [nm  v ir,
■""'  i "' u,« u,sU"' cash   the analyiil
communitit   and indeed to Lh. ,„,,,„,,„,   „K(I,„,,*
I"'"'-  "'  li»  u'"'1'     CMn   lion   ol     uiiivi- I
,lv- Anxious   linanciei
'i'ln    prbposiUon   lu   least sni.ill    poau intenl
tiiini  ijjtct   column
ol skv
shore.
and
Ni
iu in
,    ,|Kll   and   near lying
tail with reipect to his ship and
the safctv ol lus passengers, es-
capes him.    Hi 'bus BOl   s|i,iif
biinsell in tlu lim* ol peril in
the  lulldiucnt   ol Ihoae  tltitiei
I   involved ilt his position
,,1,,-j, sponsibiltty and "I trusl    But
read)
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p.lSl- ,
irity.
and
Montrose
Terrace
The Cream of D.L. 553, North Vancouver
Thrtc arc not vety many ol them, bul you still have a chance
to secure one ol these ideal homesitcs
50 x! 40 to 20-loot Lane with
$150 Cash
Balance spread ovei IH months and lln total pure is $525.
These lols, slashed and burned, and requiring hardly any clearing, are situated on an open
slreel. They command a beautilul and uninlertupted view ol the harbor and the south
city and aie only three blocks easl ol lhe Grand Boulevard and tramline.
The Price and Terms are exceptionally  low and easy
THE BRITISH AMERICAN
TRUST CO., Ltd.
Williamson N   I utnei,   Managers,   Real  Estate  Department
431 Seymour Street Phone 720
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A Few Snaps for Profitable Investment
Safety       Income       Prolit
Call and see our Large and Exclusive List
Correspondence Solicited
North Vancouver
Close-in City Lots at Less Than Acreage Prices
An estate consisting of 73  Lots
Centrally located in the City of North Vancouver.   Some of the streets are already opened.
Close to electric car line and waterfront.
PRICE,  $400 PER LOT AND UP
Terms:  OneT'ourth Cash,   Balance 6,   12 and  18 months.       Prices will be advanced on or belore April   15th next.
Nearby lots in  DISTRICT LOT 265  now saleable at $1000 to $2500 each
Maps and particulars on application
IRWIN &. BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD
(Incorporated A.D. 1906, umler the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chiel plate ol business in North Van,ouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C., Telephone 15
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Registration of North Vancouver Properties
\ ninii ni ih,- registrations ol North Vancouvei properties obtained from  the  Vancouver
I,ami   Rugislry   office   disi -loses the following Ir.uislers for week ending  March  14th:
Vendor  , runh,iser Property
S   Summers   I. O.lllsiHl  l.ol  I.  D.l,.
Price
7S4     »,ooo
Irwin .nul Hillings  II. C   l'"sin   Lol 18-808-37.1     1 ,<kk>
W, A  Ingram  W. Robertaon Loll 3 to ,s bl. 11   W'.... ;jo
I  Dononi F. W. Willor Lot 17-25-373   iJJ"
E, \\    McLean  V. 1). Anderson  Lots 5 and 011-464         400
N. v. Land Company ...E. II  Bridgetnan  Lois u and 13-91-550 ... i$uu
Albert Cotton  .'. 11. K. Pullertou  Block lyjhji       $n>
Tims. V,nulla    N. K. Sihoolc-      I,ot 9-1-638     1 ,.*..«
L. It. u   HoggM  'oim Kerguaon  Lot 28-904044        -"•'
C, S. Mil'lidsdii  I. B. Walter Lol .v\v.s.|4    3,000
Lambert, Bond el ,d  klotohei Vano  Lol 1 1 104      306
.1. Korenagi    A. M Uarfaeaon Lot 11-30-173   i,**-)
A. Il.llll    Colil  Cathli-W   Lot   lS-S-273            555
Barker  Wlll. A. Wadliams  1.1 and ItflrtJS       1,000
B, Wallbridgi  Geo, Phillips . ...3A5 to 7-S1S-54N     »,*,5J
,1.  tt.  ttondside  Lots  17, h,  7-,l4-.S|*s
M   Waldi-n
Jukes                         Nora Cooper...                          .l.ul   1 l-.S7-.sj4       1,500
hikes  Tims, .lejikins  Lot   15*87-549       .'..Sim
L. Sanderson  Darnv  lv .limes el al  Lot 33 and 34-18-553   9011
I..uiiiitii Hmiil  \lox. CanwtU  Lois 10, 11, iMM     1,150
V   i'. Pa^e. H. Archibald  S ',   5-188-545      401
Kmis Suulh    C. R, Aei/el  \. ll. ol 13 to l6-ll 1-548 4,000
N. V. Land 0o *', II. Ii.n       Lol  10*101*550       I.Oihi
Geo   Eastman  Geo, I., Dmnii Lol 5*139471   mv-
K. vmi Kins    George Nan  s.s" Lois j-j .mh 7-111-77   5,150
All.  W.ill.ne et  .ll        'I'llolll.is   Musk     553   l,,,l     ,u jj)
John Lawson      , I. A. Aikon 555 Lot a \J
Jas   Dcliji-           K.il.li,nine Douglas n.'l   l,ol   ||           ;i
James Ollasoll   \.  J.   Hughes   ,.., 784   Lol   I-l   	
('.. .1. Dimness  \. £ Iluiliiiild   H84 Block i-i  3,1m
11. U, Weed el al  taine Nelson    430 (ptj )l  aires  8,4
Jack Loutet     Adolpli Koliiuson    Wil Lots 11 aiiil 15-22         Joo
B ('.. 11. Cardwall et al f. w. Donaldson  171 s. K. \ 3-135 «  1
E. G. IL Cardwall it al  Alex. Smith      171 Lot :*s*i.VS  	
William Orr  G. II. Salmon    173 Lot 2222  1,1 h
W. A. Mailer  , lames  Hood      .'7,1 Lot .1-1.1      355
Chas   Nelson    R. K. Donaldson  .-; 1 Lols lM,t-lK     4,1.1.1
E, Bayfield  I,i/./ie Al. .Morrison  .';, Lot 17*144        4,51x1
Announcement
The North Vancouver
Coal & Supply Company
beg to inform thc public lhat
they have established an office
and depot al the foot of Lonsdale Ave., east of the ferry
wharf, and will be prepared
within a few days, to supply
coal, wood and builders' supplies in any quantity at
moderate prices.
They respectfully solicit an
opportunily to quote prices
before purchases are made
elsewhere. ■
II. C, NATIONAL   ELECTRIC
LIGHT ASSOCIATION'
A meeting ol tin- B. C. Rk«
uii', Companj   Section ol   thc
N,Ll ll Ul.lil 1-.'Ive I til J.jjjllt A AH
nation was held  liunll'  ill the
Company'i car barns, Wetttnin
siei Ave., Vancouver, to hear
Mr. Kennedy'" postponed id
dress on "High and Low  Ten-
■ .n.n 111■ilriliiithiii Svslein "  Mi
Kenned) opened his lecture li\
referring   to   tlu-   astonishing
progKM made within the Iall
li 11 \i als tOVi aids lliiil ellliiell
1J and transmission systems ;
unti| uiiii|iar.ilnel\ remit
vuari ii m.is considered a note
worthy hai nl engineering to
transmit current 1 diitanw ol
ten or twelve miles at I pressure ol in,iiimi \ oils Al lhe
present  t\,t\   (he limit   as lo 'lis
lame, il any exists, is imi
known for the lY.isnii lli.it 110
transmission s\ stein has as \ it
lound dist.miu .nn obstacle
Irom an engineering itandpoint,
The USUI] Voltagl On these lilies
today is 50,000 to nm,(.ni lolts,
,uiai iliiii r iiiii any serlon dii
liuiltv 111 iiii waj 01 consider
,il'h im reaiing this preilure:
11 liu li uiinlil effect .1 great snv-
Ing 111 lhe ,minimi ni 1 iipi'i 1
used     Mr,  Kelllled-   linn
with particular reterenct in oui
onu   -.\steiu   explaining    tin*
m.tuner ol dividing the total
nirrenl produced at the Lab
ltunt/ni power house inlo different, circuits and sending it
nul In the various suli itatlOUl
Irmn whieh it was distributed
lit*! being traiisforineil 10 I
Milla^e siiitalili lm li^hl and
power and traction. Length;
discussion followed and some
original theories and explanations were advanced,     Among
111"' lakilig part in lln dis
iiission were Messrs   Koliinsi.n,
Key,   Grant,   Lister,   Crosby,
Kowe, Badger, Parkin and Pel
ry,   Tin* nm iini; ilnsid with 1
inte nl thanks In Mr   Keiimdv
Inr his interesting address
NOW
Is tin* lum* 1 . iprl* ("nr
IiiiiI 111 is We rei 1 .in in. ml
•ml will   supply  you  with
LINE
SLLPI11R
SOLUTION
Winch slinnhl In put mi he-
lore the tires 1 iiiiiiiii nu to
Imd.
ALL K'Nds of
fertilizer*
FOR L/\WN /\NDCARD: N
tiik n\\m\m
.'li  r
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Cars  leave  lerry   landing for     Cars leave Lonsdale  Avenue,
all points, as lollows Keith   Road,   and   Queensbury
•6.15 a.m.
*6.45   "
•7.20   "
7-50 "
8.20 "
8.50 "
9.20 "
9-45   "
Alter which cars leave at ten
minutes past the hour and twin
ty minutes  to  the  hour  until
midnight.
* Not on Sunday.
Avenue Terminals as follows:
•6.05 a.m.
•6.30   "
•7.00   "
•7-35   "
8.05   "
8-35   "
9.00   ■'
9.-25 "
9-45 "
10.25   "
'0-55   "
After whieh cars leave it live
minutes to the hour and twen
ty-five minutes after lit hour
[until midnight.
For Grouse Mountain take the Lonsdale  Avenue  car.     For
Lvnn Valley take the (Jueensluiry Avenue car.     For Capilano
take the Keith Road car.
Miniiiii methods nl contraction combining
Ariisiii decorative (eaturei with Ion
jajesiiii in homelike cot} raldencM
Thai make lln  stand.nil nf quality
[11 the houses that Wl lindd.
Nothing is omitted    Our |>l.ms
Qhow everything tomtit) lor the completion
Ql the store, lesiiliiiie,  -tb,  that we lmild.
^jone of llu- objection!ibk 1 \lr.is. and
THE
|iei.|,i, foi whom vi have buiii in North Vancou
ver show tini 1 appreciation by advising the mii-rid-
ing home
WILDER
i" ninii' and su us. Don't a... pi thi tatl ineiil ni
another that the] cu niii you thi imi results, U
vim wanl 1 In bell ransull
MAM. B. MARTINSON
C0N1R4C10K
Horns Block. Lon.dalc Ave       Phone Bl      P. 0. Box 72 THE expi NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
H-athoi bloom   Petticoats
BEST  FOR  SPUING  WEAR
In these very ilcsiralile garments we show a -^reat
mnse ol -Iv lt-s Imlil in plain and handsome embroidcr-
ed elects.
I Icaitliiililooin lYttiioiils are worn by fashionable
Women the wo.Id over    ihev aie lhe aenie ol style,
Iit am! durability,
Note theie Iwo popular priced linei:
I!- ithi rldoom  !'■ Iti.. it *    ivy, brown
-ii , a .ri,I I,l.ti k. iii.iiI,' \, iti, ih*, |i cordi ,1
, ind duil mill . , \. client value, .it
>2.25 ...,|i
Heitherbloom I* - icon . imd< with di ep
i ii iu Iai lloun,, ind (liiil luffle, shown in blick,
mt j green ind bro« n: tli a ittrt. liv. i om-
bimtion colon; prici Sl.il) i n h
dim:. "•
(Spi-ci
a coun
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
575 Griimille Street Phone 3541
Call and set mu list ol
City Property
and
Acreage
Double Corner on lhe
Boulevard, $3000
One-third cash,  l.al. arranged
D.L. 265,2 lots,
$1200 each,
Easy terms.
Lonsdale
Brokerage Co.
W. Tremayne
I (3 Lonsdale Ave
Phone 186
North Vancouver,     B.C.
E. PALMER
MOM AND BKIlk
COM It UM OR
rietr-cuis urn
Phone 170 P 0. Box 166
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Land Outrun   Muap i.ui let •
ItlUlalaK      lllnlM  MM  llOUM'l*
All i|«ui«nr. mult- (noil.
it M f i. o v m a N i
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IT&HEN
A LARGI SI l il Vyl-'
FRESH  PRU11
AM. KAND1E
ALWAYS ..N  HAM.
f.k. Bennel.     (illonsdale
Pianos ^Organs
Tuned .md Repaired
Charge. Modem.
Satiiiw lion Guirsntet ,1
WILLIAM LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER & REPAIRER
"l'i (trail'. 'th *'   .   I   rbei ive,
ri   will ree     .       I
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* ling oi lhe
Distri.' I i
*  biriclly
riJUI.II,        Vl a,jail,,11      III
'Un* luting ol In  rule ol   taxation loi thi
li*,ii. Win Ivy, Dominion
Miuistei  *   *       n
ni. .limn inun
,,;, , .,,1 lhat In
bopwl i.i .i ** H.      ■ ; a, n
|U|     Hn     |a If    'ail   lllllll,,
,*i  in ■        ippleiut-u
i.m eat      na,
lu.uta*: .nli thanki.
.\.        ll a.,11.1.,,1
ni iik  *   kailway
11,.,   h idvising ...nt   ins
l ,,1|||... |  la  part*!    laa
give >.\ *   Li wards ili,   blow mj
,,i   tui . the Lynn \ .a
ley     i,i,i,i.       Accepted     wiih
thanks.
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to accept con raet loi lay iug
iii,, idewalk in L,ynn \ aiii.
ii was resolved tu aco pi mi
ila ui au. Dutton loi .' au i
n.,ia. and gi*t hiui
ninny to carry oat ihi cou
ii.ui at hii ii inu. a.ii |
Hi      .  Russell, M.sst 11   ...ui
Harrington,  on behall ol
iiunl, iir, D, i 'aa',**, ui",   *i
vising that  they   had been  m
siniiU'ti     to    enter     action
againsi    Lh     uiunicipalii -
connection  with  tlu   district
.action relative to alu reinovmg
ol piles U'oiu  lu*. property ileal
l.ynn iieik steel  bridge,  *
ague were claimed loi  ir. .
and .dbu ui^i ol piles ren ...
ll.e clerk wai insti u» ii
acknowledge   the lettei .
that the district a as will
rights according to ilu pi >i *
im.* tii iia* Municipal   l *
Ail ami   thai mc tunin. 1   was
willing in rucouipeutu- Mi
Ior il,, co *  ol auy  liinbi
I'il,.. appropriated by   thi
trict .ci ast in pilin]
li. Sykcs acknowledged tin
district s lettei advi iug llu
impos u opi nun
loi  15,  block    ..   .-   ..
and iK|u, iiud iu I*..
that a ."*
block  0  lot "A"   ii.   ...
whan in I,anted lo erect a i,
sidenca iui iiitiml**, Hi Icri
U.e enginu i in report.
<J. W. *    den a,,
lhc   acceptance   ui iin   | a
as enginwi .a. the roau
tt.  J,   Pack   winit .t,.
lor Uic same position,   Lt
reaolved    u  ootiiy
lhat po   ion ti .is iin.
11.  Peers   wrote    |
accepting  ihe positiou .,
lax i" ,u ask ,
week'.*, , iui, uou ol liuu  when
In  would   t.ail .il lu.
* and arrange.
A petition waa ree
a number ol oww i
lhe luiisirui i mu  oi   .a
tween U. 1..   win, u <■ .  •   ,
...ul ioj * .nnl continu
li   i.      .   in ,i ct'iiui,lion wiih
tin. Keith ruad, it wus n
tu  Louncilhoi   Lawson   to    a
these * (i id
.■hlClt.UUlll-, llu a ,i |
Mill, icli.i.in* lo builu.,.,
tcllllOUi.
HUl-Cl      .1,1*1       I  .1.1,1
that  the itpm   uuari    i-ijuii*"
lllllll  was to  rOUtl   i"   \
wi, having been   bi|
dayi ago    Heci led.
w. 11. Uu.um wrot.
,ndlo u.e extent "i - *     Ior
ilic   conati ui.', a
bridgi    * i
Creek al    ihi
iiuiiii,n i. ii, ■ That
tin    l DtUM 'I'
u.iy   lo   i limply   Mill,  tlu    .,
quest.
J. C T.   i ro
the Casadii n In | i lion  i ompany, aaked  penuii iou
at   lhc   oil.tii  .uui   .-.uliii.it   In *
company'.*- termi
with   tin  in pectii    ol
,111(1      lll.llltll.l.a   *. II,        1,1,1.1,1        111
prcparw >" partkulai to   Lb     »■ ad    u
,uPP'i' rows bridge     RelaUvi  Lo ihis
Lime, brick, jlaticr i....ii,., hi
Sand, Cement fared to the Burrard la    run
nel .md Bridgi Co.
kinds ..I   I: lildin-r,   C.  H.  Cwtn wroti
Regarding   .he inquiry    llr,
Kay   was   informed  Lha
'• am would not  be needed and
jtthat  the  two  latter   lualti-rs
'ia">u,i in attended lo.
i in- lollowing ,'i.aia.* vt .* ii*
initted and referred back
various reaaona Part ol U i,*
1*141, block iH and 11, U, i,.
■ *',;., block ii I), i,, im block
i/, 1). I,. 836 ami north ball ol
block in 1). I,. 590,
1 he lollow mj;   it tun 1 •   Mi.i
.i.ui im stamp blow iug ou tlu
(toss .uul J,yiui Valky  Roads
Stewart   and   Thompson   >fi I.
Vl.  Nelaon (700, J. M. Uogai.
J840   a.nl     .1.    V1.1,111     .111,1     IV
Hughn >.,"""   Ou nii'ii'iti   "i
1 (inin illon     liridguian     and
Lawson,  thi  lender ol   ttobl
Melson u..s accepted
1 li, Board ol Works financial
report nl 11,383.15 was read
md ."iui.ted.
I "inu.lln.'. I..,,'. ..ii and
Bridgman   were   . ppuinlcd   .1
■4*1 HASTINGS ST
V\NCOUVF.r?
GOVERNMENT ST,
ORIA
committee t.. proceed with arrangements relative lo the construction   ul   a  float at Hi ilu
bum wharl.
it was resolved that 00 Saturday morning lirst the councii
would uml Deep 1 cu* and
Woodlands distrii is, leaving Uu
tl. I    Ut   ')   t) (lock   111   lilt*     II."Ill
ing.
Councillor Un.l}'.....11 called
ait.eiitiuii lu certain advertising matter whnh was being
issued in connection with .. property designated as "idylwyld
which he considered t" be misleading and worthy ol thi al
liniiiiii  ul  lln* Allium - ■ " in 1
al, li was reaolved that Uu
clerk siiliiiin the in.uur to iln
Attorney Gt ueral with lull pai
iu ui,ns ■ ihai   he   may   betoini
uini us. mt   wiib   the   schemes
and take such stops as hi con
nidi. * necessary.
llu    district    It iilllle     Inlaw
lot   "11"   was  introduced   ami
read three times and passed.
The rale ul levy was fixed as
lollowi. General rale, j-ross 15
mills, net, il paid on or belore
July 15,111, mj, mills, sihool
rate 1 mills, general loan 1
null, Lynn  Valley water loaa
tale la mills, east Capilano
water loan rale 1,'. mills.
T. r. Durrand ol Vancouver
has tented a houae pa md itreet
east of Sl. Patrick's, and   will
in,ne 111 shortly.
tt. s. Campion .s erecting 1
cottage on his property on
\'11 w itreet in l). 1,. 547, which
in will occupy himsell,
IJ, DowU   is erecting a reside, m*   tin   isth slreel   iu 1). I,.
548 whnh hi expecta 10 occupy
himsell.  D.ni.e rumor Is buy
111 Rgard tn Hr, Howie's future intiiiiioiis, Imt in. official
information is to hand.
5 HMimil'lHlll'I'HH 1»H M-I'H lllllil III III I IMIll IRII III lllll IB
All ku.,1*. ul
Lumber
Mouldings
Sash and
Doors, Etc.
Very i heap
PUBLIC  NOTICE
CO.
AND
I'l imd..
I   Kortl
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Ol
Bui
N.ll.a
Public Notice is hereby pven lhat the partnership hitherto existing between Leonard James Sale
and H. T. Brewitt,Stationers and Dealers in Fancy
Goods, is dissolved.
I he business will in the future be carried on
by Mr. L. J. Sale, trading under the firm name of
THE LEONARD SALE CO.
All outstanding accounts due the late firm of
Sale & Brewitt must be paid forthwith to the undersigned.
THE LEONARD SALE CO.
N. B.—Our liiiMiics.N 111 the luture will Ik- conducted on a strictly cash bssis
.unl |K>Hti\cl\ no iTedit will Ik 1 Mended to any one.
THE LEONARD SALE CO.
North Vancouver, B. C,
March 15th, 1910.
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Builders and
Contractors
P. LARSON
And
Material my u
Hmi iii reaeoilablc pi {fl-*- at the Lynn
to Sllj( that lu   ("..i'i  i."i   ■■■
 Al'l'l 1
HOTEL NORTH \
II I I.I'II.IM
longer than April    ■■
jfered, however, io sell thi   eii-
jtire outiii   to  tin
"UVER $2,500 caah.
Air. John I-..it a
  _____ person   wilh   all   1110,11.1
whether the district
h.       I a    lil-H   (||  IJ 'I"1'1     ''" ' !    '
I call! ill the Wl  I nm ol
itid all the district   tl d
1 ,11*,, 1  with
ami  road '
la        propoied nea residenci
■1 Ac tapilano roat.
NEW BOULEVARD
Expert on Fire,
T.sses ol Brickv.
All Work Onai 1
1     * * 1      nlli HI, 1
9 Lonsdale Ave.
Phone 155
)4 LOTS on the New Boulevard between CHESTER-
1'll.LD AND MAHON AVENUES in a commanding
position. This is, without doubt, one of the finest residential
sulxlivisions on the market, combining a magnificent view with
close proximity to the present Lonsdale Avenue Car Line.
"    Lob are K) led n ita nimli mm iimi turn Iwi andnd nrvmlm w n tifty toi street on
the Weil n't.   I .oii ue mi.iranleed cleared by lhe vendor and streets o|*ened up.
For maps and price list apply to
Campbell & Even-MW
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SpecialOffers
Double corner Lots ij and 14, block 14. D. L. 273.
Price $35011.   Cash $15011.   Balance 6 and 11 monthi
Single corner Lot 13. block ta, D. L. 17},
$1500.   Cash fiaoo.   Balance 6 ind 11 monthi.
Single corner Lot 13, block |8, D. L. 273.
Jiujoo.   Cash J700.   Bilance 6 and 12 monthi.
Luton Esplanade, Lot 56, block 166, D. L. 274
tbctoo.    '.1 cash.    Balance 6, 12 and tS months.
Lol ,5, block 39, I). L. 54H.
Price |8oo.   Cash $2511.   Balance 6 and ia monthi.
r. McMillan & co.
Real Estate and Insurance Brokers
54 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 197
PROVINCIAL BILLS
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Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods f
Gent's Furnishing and Fancv Store.
Cor. Ind sml Loosdsls Aw,        EtU-bUibsd IKK        Telephone M
' iim ipecisli im ihis week ire .is lollow:
'   White Flanneletts 10, 12!^, 15 ani 2octs par yd.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     No. 63—An Act to incorpor-
  ' ate the Island Valley   Railway
Out of 95 bills introduced in Company,
the local legislature this ses- No. 64—An Act to incorpor-
tion there were 82 bills passed ate the Northern British Col-
including supply. This is be- uinbia Telephone Company
[lieved to constitute a record for; No. bb-An Act to revive, lathe high percentage of bills Uly and coniirm the incorpor.1
passed during anv sessiou of the tion of the Graham Island Hail-
local hOUN. **y Company.
Following is a complete list No. 68—An Act to iucorpor-
of the bills which received the'ate the Western Union Fire lu-
roya] assent: jsurance Company.
No. 13—An Act to amend the- \ No. 69-An Act to amend tht
Steam Boilers Inspection Act, Howe Sound, Pemberton V..:-
i9oi. \ny and Northurn Railway Com
No. 14-A11 Act Lo revise and pany Act, 1907.
consolidate the Companies Act, j   No. 70-An Act to incorpor-
PO   R      ir '1897, and amending Acts. ate lhe British Columbia   Ccu-
ru. Box 15.    No  j6_An Aa t() alnc|1(] j^ __ Railway Company.
Children's    Protection   Act    ol     No. 71-An   Actio   iucorp.ir-
British Columbia. lata   the   Cariboo,   Barkerville
No. 18-An Act respecting I,i-jand Willow River i<aiUuy
■nor Licenses and the Trallic in 'Company,
r licaiililul lines ol Girl-*' Sailor and
Hrown Hovs' Suits, in navy blur, duck,
and white drill #2.50 to
Buster
$3
f Ami vp< cially to be noted is our complete line ol
Latins, llenls.   Hovs' ,iinl   liil.iuls Hosiery   in .ill
grades ami at prices tin mosl moderate.
* Printi a-nl Duck special!) selected as
to quality ind design, per yd ....toi  to
I5c
DRESSMAKING en the Premises
j^l4^^44444H44^Ht^tl 11111M H44444-H4H
':■
PAMF
\j Xjr I T 11_   and see us al
THE NEW STORE
Just al>ovr the City Hal
IX!RA SPLCIAl
Cash Bargains
IHIS KMMN
Intoxicating Liquors.
No. 19—An Act to amend thl
Land Act.
No. 20—Au Act regarding the
Inspection of Tramways.
No. Jl—An Act for preserving
Purchasers of Stock from Losses by Forged Transfers.
',   No. 22—An Act to amend the
Hush Fire Act.
No. 23—An Act to amend the
Woodmen's Lien lor Wages Act.
No. 26—An Act to amend the
Dyking Assessments Adjustment Act, 1905.
No. 27-An Act to amend ll.e
Municipal Clauses Act.
No. 28-An Act to amend the
Land Registry Act.
No. 29—An ,\ct to amend llie
Municipal Elections Act.
No. ,1,0—An Act to repeal the
Commercial Travellers' Licenses
Act, 1907.
No. 32-Au Act to Incorporate lhe city ol Prince Rupert.
No. ,t,t—An Act to amend the
Fire Inquiry Act.
No. 34 An Aet ta provide tor
tho Inspection of Premises,
Works,   Wires   and   Appliances
_ Generating,    Transmitting   or
f Supplying Electrical Energy.
Nol 72—An Act to inx-rpor-
atc thc Pacific and Alaska Rail
way Company.
No. 73—An Act to incorporate thc Comox Logging and
Railway Company.
No. 74—An Act to amend tho
Vancouver Incorporation Ait,
1900.
No. 75—An Act to amend the
False Creek Foreshore Ail,
1904,
No. 76—An Act to incorporate the Anglican Synod ol lhe
Diocese of Caledonia.
No. 77—An Act to incorporate the Northern Vancouver Island Railway Company.
No. 78—-An Act respecting an
agreement between the city ol
Victoria and the British Columbia Electric Railway Compain
No. 70—Au Act to incorporate the British Empire Insurance Company.
No. 80—An Ael to incorporate the Penliclou Railway Company.
No. 81—An Act rcspcttin-;
Liens oi Mechanics, Wage-earners and others.
No. 82-An Acl to validate
Bylaw   No. 204 ol   the City ol
No.'36-^11 Act to amciid the |Nelson ou thc nth day of Oc-
Everything Reduced
[f
54   md   50   Lonsdale   Ave.
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
Laaach "Wi st Vaneoon 1 " Csptsis
Findlay
Licensed lor 35 p^ss, ugers,
TIME TABLE
Uavm
11**11.1* llll * Il.li
Iver- i»«'i it"M Suoitji
Uur,*. (.iniaut.r
III,    Fa-flaw'   Wlml
7  JO allll.
8.00 a.m.
ii.tio a.m.
i" mi a.m.
11 00 a.m.
ij.oo a.m.
1 i mi p in
14.00 p.m.
15.00 *i m.
■'. 00 p.m.
17.00 p.m.
|S 110 |l in.
1100 p III
I4.OO p.m
Single Tare 15c.       Two Tickets 28c.
(juickest route.Ironi  Norlli Vancouver lu lh
■ districi btftti
Capilano Unci.     Launch "Wesl Vl*
inakt s  coiiiu 1
lions,   without (ail,   wilh  the  lerry stealers
liiini Norlh Van
coin el, as pet above schedule.
Bonrd of Tn\(\c
North VancouTer Board ol
Trade meets the third Tuesday
ol each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday ol each month. W. I
Irwin, president; J, G- Famm,
secretary,
E. IMWII
CONTRACTOR ANI) BlILDI'lR
Plans, Speiifualiotis, Est"
P. 0. Box 27, North Vaticouvcr
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIFBULDERS,
ENGINEERS &
Boilermakers.    .    ,
M.irin 1 Ststhmsrj l.n*
gioisst. Bolli 1 Wort Moapt
|V      I    It .'I'
l< li phone toj
North Vancouver
Supreme Court Act.
No. ^7—An Act to amend the
County Courts Acl.
No. 40—An Act to ratify an
Agreement bearing dale the.
seventeenth day ol .January, A.
D., iqio, between His Majtsie
the King and the Canadian Northern Railway Company.
No 41 —An Act to incorpor-
aie the Canadian Northern Pa-
lilic Railway Compiiiiy.
No. 42—An Act to ratify
agrvcincjit    bearing    dale
1«cut \ -eighth day of February,
1910, between His Majesty tlu
King and the Kettle River Valley Railwav Company.
No. 44—An Act to amend thu
Midway and Vernon Railwav
Aid Act,  1904.
Nn* IT An Act tO amend the
Coal Mines Act.
No. 48-An Act to authorize
the re-purchase by the Crown ol
Railwav Subsidy Lands.
j No. 44-A11 Act respecting the
U construction ol Sewers in Unm-
■ corporaicd Districts.
No. v>—An  Act to incorpoi-
ite the  British Columbia  and
1 Alaska Railway Compan).
No. 51—An Act to iimorpor*
'ale the Porl Moody, Indian River and Northern Railway
Compauy.
No. 52—An Act to revive, ra-
tlily and conlinn the Vancouver
and    Nicola   Valley    Railway
Company Act, 1908.
No. 53-An Act to incorporate the Que Charlotte Railway  Company.
No U -An Act respecting lhc
s,iL.ition Army.
No. U -An Acl res|-ecling ilic
Ureal WMl Peruunenl I.nau
Company,
No. JO Al Acl to aulli"ii/e
tlu 11. C. Mainland and least
Industrial Company, Limited,
to   construct    railways    and
tramways lor the purposes of
Us undertaking, lay gas pipes
.iiul ituiisinit electricity, Sti
, niiii 1 ring other powers.
No. ,s7-An Act lo conki upon the Council ol the Corporation ol the District ol Oak ist}
1 crt.iin powers in addition to
those lonlerred by the Municipal Clauses Act.
No. fl ■As, Act to niioipor-
ate tlM liriiish Colunibi.i PlCfc*
ers' Association.
No. 60—An  Act to iiiie!|'"i
MU   the Meu/ns Bay   Railway
Company.
No i.i An Ad relatniK ll
tin liiitish I olumbia Html
Lands Coinpanv, I.itnltnl. ami
the. Kaiiiloop'. 1-lintlaiiil 1
Hon and Power Compain, I,tin
lied, nialililig both toinpaui. I
to .iiiialealtiale llieir MM
rights.
Nn 62-An Act to incorporate thc Cily ol Vancouvei.
tiober, A.D., 1909
No. 85-Au Act to amend llic
Hospital Act, 1902.
No. 86—An Act to amend ihe
Timber Mauuiacturc Act, I9i>h-
No. 87-An Act to validate
and amend Bylaw No. 83 of the
City ol North Vancouver to aid
the Nortli Vancouver Cily Furies, Limited.
No. 88-A11 Act to amend the
New   Westminster   Act,   1888,
an and amending Acts.
the !   No. 89—An Act to amend the
Provincial Elections Act.
No. 90—.\n Act to amend the
Timber Mark Act.
No. 91-A11 Acl to amend ilu
Water Act, 1909.
No. 93-An Act to latilN au
Agreement between His Majesty
the King and the lvsqunitali
and Nanaimo Kailway Company, bearing date the tweiily-
lirst day oi October, 1909-
No. 95-A11 Act lo amend the
Coal Mines Regulation Act.
Mr. J. T. Device, is busily preparing lor the sunuiier trade it
his ice cream parlors and Iruit
itorc at the terminus oi the
Capilano car line, and has 1 ik
en up his residence there.
TOR-
Fresh
Groceries
- I'ALI/ AT -
HICKMAN'S
J in-: yUALn 1 MOM
Have vou look ed up «>»r
Fresh Meat depa  itmcnt, lor
(|uslily and price    a-"* c»nn<*
be beslei   u
Why go down   Uic hill
when we can s upp*V
ill your wai  lt<
C. R. HIO .MAN
Groceries and   Meats
Phone 40
111 Lonsdsle /   o«W'
W.J.
HAL
CIVIL   ■MOIN
•j-a.il 1 a. - nr 1 tjm and
WORTH  TANCOt
MAIN
■KM
it(ibii«rt
NORTH SHORE PRESS, LTD.
119 First Streei, E.
Phone 80
The Express
$1.00 per year
Foreign  $1.50
Fine Printing'
CATALOGUES
BOOKLETS
FOLDERS
PAMPHLETS
STRINGERS
DODGERS
CIRCULARS
MAPS
LETTER HEADS
NOTE HEADS
BILL HEADS
STATEMENTS
INVELOPES
FINE STATIONERY
SHIPPING TAGS
LODGE STATIONERY
ANNOU.NCEMKNTS
MILK TICKETS
BREAD TICKETS
CALLING CARDS
INVITATIONS
MEAL TICKETS
LABELS
• BILLS (IF PARE
l'K(»(ill AMMES
NORTH SHORE PRESS, LTD.
119 First Slreet, E
Phone 80 THK EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
0.14. BAKERY
And Ct'ftStCTIONERY
BREAD, CAKES, I'ASTRY, ETC
FRUIT CANDIES,
Clli UtS AND TOBACCOS
STATIONERY, MAUAZINES
UFFK'K SUITL1ES, ETC
SCHOOL APFOlSTMKNt
Miss Nellie H« ly, nUxe of
Mr. G. A. McBain ,hls Clty>
has Int.. ippointed head teacher of tin- Lynn Valley school to
lill the vacancy ("''"',1 h) tlu'
resignation oi Mr, Buckley who
intandi leaving thi vallej
sliortlv.   diss Hard) will taki
up her new duties on    Mi.>nd.i\
next.
SOCIETY
Mr .m.i Mrs. 11, C. Wrighl
were thi hoati at a wt) pitas
ant card part) given al tlnir
residence on Lonidale t\n,  on
Wednesday    evening.     Attn     ..
f red. Bosquet,   Prob. J £S tSSfiS =
_    reverted lo and the balance oj
ik   eveaiag   moal   pleaaantl)
spent in this way, Among those
»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦   preaent   wen   Mr,  and   Mrs
 Kealy,  Mr.  and   Mrs.   J.   C.
Williams and Mi   and Mrs. J,
J. Woods.
i;i I.-
I'o |i,,\ |:J       |'| 13
Royal Standard Flour
Is growing   In  popularity with tin particulai
U.t.ul Uak..   more rapidly than an) othei brand
im the Hm. 1. ' olumbia market.
Aiiii   ill     lii  qualil * 'li.it laaiiiils."
Order K<*\ \|. STANDARD nexl lima and be
convinced oi ils stiperinrii \
The iiillnMin.'   are lhe ivinniu-j  tiumben   loi
Maul, ill OUI  1'.:,,  I a,,,i, '   * i. - ; Vi,
I  SK,I54, 7<j,i'.i.
Vancouver Millimj _ (ii\j'n Go. Ltd.
t tin * ivi r.    r...
NKW   Cl.l'.l-IK
Mr. .1. Badger oi Belfast, Ireland, has accepted a position in
the   dry j;oiids   store oi   •'.    J.
UcAleecc ol ihis city and  will
bi-eoinc a resident ol North
Vancouver in the luture. Kl I
i long sinee Mr. HcAleecc could
attend lo all the Itatt duties
luu.sill and llien have linn to
■pare, but limes have changed
since then iii tin Ambitious
Cit) and now lie has in lus employment two clerks bciides
hiinstif and all axe kept ver)
bus) coping wiili tin demands
of his buainaai,
Advertise in the Kxpress
If ynu wish to sell your real estate.
Mi. B, II Verner, larveyor
ol Vancouver, and cousin ol Br,
Verner ol this iin, has annoan*
cud his intontioii of Ottering upon life's diilies on the I'.i.tn..
ship plan, Mr. Verner leaves
shortly lot Baltimore wherein:.
prospective bride retddca. Al
ter ihe ceremony whiih will be
celebrated in lhat city, tin hap
pv couple will embark lor Europe where .i hooeymoon ot
about six weeks' duration will
be spirit. A consider.ibli pari
"i the time on the continent
will be spent with friends and
relatives in Ireland.
KKKRY STATISTICS
The continued rapid growth ol
the amount oi business tr,.ii**ia
tad b\ the fern, as evidenced
by llie steadily iucreaaiug receipts is of the most gratifying
nature, not only becauM it de-
liioiistrates lhc wisdom ol the
inveitment ol civic tnone) In
the  i-ipilal stock oi the   Com-
pan) as well aa ol the present
system oi management, bnl a)
so bei.uise it manifests in an
unmistakable matntcr llu rapid
development ol the cit) ind 'lis
trict.
The ...onih oi March just cloi
ed marks a new retail,I in (lustiness oi the lerry service, the
loial receipt! being Su.i.vi"
As compared with llie business
oi lasl (ear ihere were onl) Iwo
months in which this total was
equalled,    The receipts loi   lhe
loin heaviest inolilhs during
H)ot| Wile as lollows lulu s^
*,,, j| , .inli |6t68M ti, August
st>,.,.-, ia,, Sejiiei.ilui >5iA57-'5<
A comparison ol the earnings
[or the mottth ol March since
lym shows the itead) progress
ol llu lerrv business as lollows
March, 1901, receipts, (481.73 .
nm:, 5571.15 , 1903, S888.M .
hi,,1, vim.05 ; 1905, 11,777 17
la.la,   ^1,991.2]   j     I9O7,   Sjajjfi    (".
|a,a.S.   (3,755.33   ,1   'H".   >>', |l>l".
The   Itturna lor   March, 1909,
are not available on acconnl ol
ilu- [act thai the transfei of the
business to  lhe  City  was made
during lhat month, bat it is
evident thai the earnings loi
ihis year are quite i.itv po
cent, ... advance of last vear.
l.oi'Al,   MEWS  ITEMS
Mi ll Barrows ol Vancouvi 1
has rented a house on [th streei
in*.11 st. George's Ave and has
moved in with I..-. lamil)
Mr. .1. 0. Farmer has moved
into his recent.) pnrchaaed re
siilii.ee mi iiiih streei between
St. George and St. Andrew'a.
\\. I'.. Shakespeare has remo\
i.l [rom Vancouver and take. ..
house on l-'iist  stud near   St.
Andrew'! Ave.
\lt   11   W   Cough of this cit)
has recently purchased .1  houae
OU  Mth struct  west "I   l,"..s'l,ile
A\e.   and   moved  in   with   his
lamily.
PEABODY'8
RAH R0A1)
KING
Wa* ,IIY Hull* ,l|<flltS lllT.
Tin' mily   ni.'iinilseturtr
t'uii plseess cssh ptinnten
il .Iiei tl., mil uii'i'l iipxi
e-iliiiiiii.
t L_4
PEABODYS
1
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" '""'*' f OS
l'u 11 |niir
Ami I,' Mi \in. < .!
MADE
OVERALLS
' -paim )\W^_/
AMERICAN ,"
COOK *jfj\>
in ~',
I'i*iil,,,,lv>   l!nilra.,i,l   Kia|
a I
111. Om\e hr
CUMMING5
ii, 1 i's Clothing,       Fan.Uhii.fi,       M< a'a,  Ladiea', aad
Cl.ilditn's Hoots and Slim s.
NEXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKHT
NORTH VANCOUVER FERRY TIME TABLE
STEAMER ST
0B01GB
STR. NORTH VANCOUVEl
Leave Van.      Leave N. Van.
Leave N. Van.      Leave Van.
V20 a.m.
•6.45 a.m.
*b.2o a.m.
•b.45 sm.
7-3"   "
7'50   "
•;.:o   "
•8.00   "
8.30   "
8.50   "
♦8.20   "
•8.50   "
j.ta "
9 45   "
9.J0
9-45   "
10.15 "
'0-4.S   "
10.15 "
10.45   "
11.15 "
11-45   "
11.15 "
n.45   "
13.15 p-m.
12.45 P*m.
12.15 1""
12.45 P l".
1.15 "
1.45   "
1.15 ••
1-45   "
2.15 "
2.45   "
215 "
J 45   "
315 "
3-45   "
3*15 "
3-45   "
415 "
4 45   "
4-15   "
445   "
515 "
5 45   "
5-15
545   "
6.13 "
645   "
6.15   "
6.45   "
7.25 "
7-45   "
7.35   "
/ 45   "
8.15 "
8.45   "
8.15   "
fi.45   "
1I.S   "
945   '
9-15   "
'US   '
10.13 "
10.45   "
10.15   "
10.49 "
•11.15 "
•n.45   "
11.19  "
12.00
* Not on Sunday.
Time Table
subject to clu
11 ge without
notirr.
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New Boulevard Extension Lot*
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Over 60 |>er cent, of the entire subdivision already sold
Tlits.' lots arc 50 1135 feet, situated 3 blocks west of Lonsdale Avenue, two blocks west of New High School, with glorious view
of Inlet and Vancouver.    Look at the prices and terms, they cannot be equalled elsewhere
$350 to 8425 each
11mis: Quarter cash; 6, 12, 18 and 24 months.     We have only a limited number, so buy at once.
We will clear these lots FREE OF CHARGE for any person desirious of building
WARD, BIRMISTER & VON GRAFVENITZ
Phone 5522 Vancouver Head Office 31() Pender St.
THOS. GARROW
Phone 202, 2nd St., East of Lonsdale Avenue
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Ports of the World
"The Struggle lor Port Supremacy" is the topic of a valuable article- from the pen of
Frank Twain, in the Sheffield
Weekly Telegraph ol recent
date. Alter dealing briefly with
the conditions which have led
up to the situation as It at
present exists, relative to porl
accommodation for the rapidly
increasing volume ol shipping
and thc steadily growing [infinitude of modern vessels, the
writer proceeds to outline thc
demands which a thoroughly
modern port must bc prepared
to meet and outlines the efforts
that are being made by the
leading ports ol the world, to
respond. In view of the rank
that Burrard Inlet is destined
tlo take among the great world
ports, this information will In-
read with interest. The article
proceeds as lollows :
The modern port must anticipate a vessel ol 1,000 leet in
length, ioo leet beam and a
draught of 30 feet to 38 Ieet.
this draught of water forms the
great demand ol the shipbuilder
from the port authority, and
so length and breadth ol ships
have been extended out ol all
proportion to any increase in
depth. While, on an average
draught, an Atlantic liner of
33,000 tons can carry but from
500 to 600 tons of cargo, an increase of 1 foot in her draught
enables her carrying capacity ol
3,500 tons, with a very small
less in her speed. The draught
of vessels which a port can accommodate is, then a very vital question for dock engineers,
and the port which would keep
its shipping and status must
keep ahead ol the times by
meeting the demands of shi|v-
owners for vessels ol large
draught to bc accommodated
there. Unless this is done the
shipowner will very soon divert
his business to another port.
Consequent upon this is the
lierceness of port competition at
home and abroad, and a brief
survey of thc rival ports will
show how great is this struggle
for port supremacy.
London, with her newly inaugurated Public Trust, will always have to keep well ahead
ol the. times. At Southampton
there has been a great development ol the dock system by the
London and South-Western
Railway Company, and they
are evidently going to continue
this policy of extension judging
by thc dock extension schemes
al present under consideration.
The entrance channel will lie increased to a depth of Jj feet at
l.w.o.s.t., and this coupled with
the natural advantage ol two
tides per diem, is an enticing
feature for shipowners of deep
dtanghtcd vessels, Indeed, the
White Star Line have taken
thoir hest vessels to this port
from Liverpool, and one cannol
say what further developments
will take place, lor there art-
large graving docks at Southampton over 850 feet long, ,s,
feet wide, and with entrances nl
80 feet breadth, in addition tn
other smaller graving docks and
slip-ways. Lairages, chill
rooms and railway lacilities are
'also provided, and all the port
[adjuncts arc thoroughly up-to-
date.
I Coming to the Bristol Channel, we enter upon an ana
which is well known as a progressive district. Here ls tlu
thickest cluster ol rival ports
round our coasts, nnd con'se-
qucntlv great developments,
Bristol lirst constructed its Royal Avoiiinoutli Dock at a cost
of jG3,,s;oo,ooo, and then Canliu
constructed its immense Queen
Alexandra Dock, while, iu October of this year, the Swansea
jlarbOUT Trustees opened what
may well Ik- termed one ol the
largest docks yet built, lor it
has an area ol bb acres, Imt it
i.s only part of an immense
scheme nl harbour improvement
which will considerably raise
the status of the port of Swansea. Further, Port Talbot,
New-port and Barry are almost
continuously providing new facilities and so keeping up with
the present day competition.
At Glasgow great works arc
being, and have been, construct,
ed lor the narrowing of the
Clyde and so deepening the
channel from the width of that
of a narrow forth to one in
which the Lusitania and other
vessels drawing over 30 Ieet of
water can be accommodated
with ease. There are now over
33o acres ol water space al
Glasgow, and, as their chiel industries are shipbuilding and
ship repairiug, there should be
no limit to the depth of water
at the port. The Clyde Trust,
which is by uo means worked
Ior prolit, has done a great service 111 iurtliering lhe development and commercial activities
ol Glasgow, and not only has il
brought its docks up to the
highest possible state of cfli-
cieiicy, but it owns quite a fleet
oi dredgers for keeping the
depth ol water desired to accommodate the immense ships
built on the Clyde.
Again, on the east coast, Under the regime ol the North-
I Hasten Railwav, the llarth-
IDOob, Blvth and Middlesbrough
jhave developed I nun m nty dnr-
lillg recent years, while Newcastle owes much ol its prosperity
to the untiring eilorts and endeavours ol the Tync Improvement Commissioners, who are
alwav s improving the port in
one way or another. Hull is
backed up by the North-East, ra
Railway and the Hull and Barn-
slcy Railway Company, wliile
the new port ol liiiiiiinghaiii-
llu- latest of thc Great Central's   enterprises—kUt fair   to
1 be a rival to the older port ol
'Hull.
I    On the Mersey we have   two
'great dock extensions to cliron
icle. Firstly, that of the. docks coaiidi rably enlarged in the
at Garston, the largest of which neu luture. It is proposed to
was  quite  recently   opened   by construct a MW doe* which will
Lord Stalbridgc and named ai- continue the series ol present
ter him ; and, secondly, a £3,-' docks beyond the Pieiu-de; basin.
000,000  scheme  of the   ttertey This new dock, which is to be
Docks  and  Harbour Board
Liverpool.
But we have Continental rivals as well to coiisiucr, and oi
dl the phases of commercial lile
111 which our Iriends across lhe
seas have progressed, the shipping phase is their greatest a-
chieveineiit in a carctvr of unexampled progress.
At Antwerp, though situated
50 uiileis from the sea, great efforts are being made to accommodate vessels drawing .untiling up to 30 leet of water,
while in tlieir total area of 170
acres of water space there is a
depth ol 28 feet al all states nl
called the Aladradque Dock, will
possess a central wharf of 830
leet in length, and will be avail
abb for steamers of a depth "I
from id to 38 leet, while Its
cost is estimated at £1,180,000,
Ainl 111 good times and iu bad
the tale ol the struggle goes on,
bul port authorities recognise
that alter every retrogadi period there comes one of progress
and so they prepare for it. In
the midst of all this port competition and strife, it is Impossible in say which port is "lirsl
port," Statistics prove no
thing,  lor while one porl  is   .1
"terminal" nne, and snother is
GO TO
lhe tide, Already there are nine a "warehouse" port, another s
docks al Antwerp with a wharl- '"transitu" port, etc., and linage ol .7,000 yards, and when ilillneiices at each are different
the new docks now being con- and distinct, 01 one ihing,
slructed and the works for however, we are sure, and that
straightening the winding and is that up lo the presenl Rug*
tortuous channel of the Scheldt land has held her own, and 1111-
are completed, Antwerp will be less something very unl, an seen
no mean rival to some of our happens she will continue to do
more important English ports, so for years to come.
At   the  neighbouring    port   ol —
Ghent Uie works now under; .
construction are being rapidly
pushed on, and ships up to 50
leet draught can now proceed
right up to the city wharves.
Rotterdam, loo, has been forging ahead at a great rate in a
determined fashion during the
last few years, and has alreadv
become no mean competitor Ior
trade with Antwerp.
; Not very far from Antwerp,
up the Dutch coast, is the new-
port of Lubrugge, which is now
connected with Brugus bv a
continuous series ol docks, while
there is a quayage of 5,1*14 feet
directly accessible lo the sea.
This quayage is equipped willl
J14 electric cranes, while covered
sfcommodation has been provided Ior the train running 111
connection with the passenger
steamers. At Bruges iiself
there is a depth af Jh', Ieet in
all the docks, and the latest
appliances for the rapid handling of cargo.
I In Germany the port ol Ilain-
liurg is not far behind iu this
great struggle, for she has just
commenced harbour works at a
mst of over £6,000.000, and
with  dry   docks  ol  great sin,
540 cranes,  and  the  exteusivj	
operations  now  being   carried
nn, coupled with low dues,   the 	
port will soon be the   cheapest	
and premier port  on tl.e Nor-'    ^^   VANCOUVER
them Continent. '      " '        "
On the French coast, the   d» HOSPITAL
mauds  ol  the  luture are being  1
.   1    . .. .       .1 i.seiniai nr
anticipated at Havre, when-the  ■ ...
harbour authorities are propot-    ll,t MISSES /'.111 >".\
ing to spend over three millions     OwUfaeted Sergied, Ksdlssl mid
sterling on improvements which
will include a new drv dock, loo
litt long, and   additional quav
to the extent ol 10,000   metres,
while   on   the   south   coast   M
Frame   the   dnck   acciiiniimil.i
tion at Marseilles is to lie v,i\
Office Phone 149
FOR
Signs
House Painting
Paper Hanging
Glazing
Wallpaper
and Paints
Ol all kinds
Picture Framing
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU GKELNHOtJSES
1.; -miic.1
■
CIT FLOWERS
in limn an loweii |ini*i*».     (iiie u-11 trial lur
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
<iO? nestings St., W. Vancouvei, B.C
SEVENTEEN HOMES in C0URS1   OF CONSTRUI riON
Wo can handle 11 nun) note,     If yon in thinking ol building
Ml   HI   Md   t.i IU   till.'   HUH'   I    an     I
CAMPBELL ii. MILLER
206 Lonidale Avi-.
North Vancouver
Vancoaver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
f. T. STEIN 9 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
Jig render street, Vancouver
and
Nortli Vancouver
AHoHiTtds
i.STANLEY MITTCN il U.A
ARCHITECT
413 Granville street.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
GROCERS
CHBAPSIDI GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
lib Hastings St. (dnwr.stairs)
Delivery Tuesdays snd Kridayi
MUSIC
BARRISTERS
Prof. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 aud 4 Elks' Ila.., Cor.
Robson and  Granville  Streets.
All Instruments.       Phone 2530
PiCTUHE FRAMING
PICTURE FRAMING
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Strtet ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Phone 99b We have the largest stock   oi
S. D. Schultz        C. S. Arnold j mouldings in B.CtO select irom
__ iso when )ou want naming done
" {cheap and well get our prices.
-! BAILEY BR05* CO. L I'D
b-uHa
Mall 'nan  NuriN'ii
Nw«n Soul Out on AppHcitlon
lur u-nii. apply at Die Bm|-UaI
Cor. lMli Street 1 St. Aiulrf w'. Am
PHONE  69
IIFtMDM
111
Economij is, in itself, a Great Income
If your income, were gtwU)
increased tomorrow, it is questionable whether you would lie
in beAter position financially al
the end of the vear, without tlu.
incentive tn save that a Hank
account affords.
In other words, you must
learn to savi*— and this valuable
lesson is best  learned by  the
npeniiij; ni ,1 Savings Account.
The proceNs is simple, and llic
habit soon becomes lixed.
Call   today   at   the   iieanst
branch oi the Boh "i Hamilton.
Even if you only deposit one
dollar, tn start with, it. is
wnrth vour while.
kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer snd Ptnder Sis.
Thc only up-to-date snd reliable bath housi in British Lo-
luinbia-
\\e cure when olbers lts.il.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
psy. Plain baths, (Ikuic baths,
shower baths, msssagc ior body, scalp sad fsce; electro ther-
sptslic baths s specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Grsdsste of Berlin, Germaay
540 Granville aud 138 Cordova
RU8BEH blAMPS
llll-. CIO   11   HEWITT CO
Ma     icturen
IITEIM III ..lii... Mini's
Sign .nni l'i.■ 1 M.uiaers
|ai I  MKIIH li 111 I"..       l-'oNI K3I7J
REAL ESTATE
BUSINESS COLLEGES
Keep your eye on
EAST   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particulars spply lo
MORDEN 4 THORNTON
Phone 815      440 Homer Strsst
SPROTT-SHAWJ
Business Institute j  MrJJn GnmtM k
c.B.e.3.6i!."^gWM,.f!'scho.,iSwiirilies lorporatiou Ltd
►    J. Sprott, BA.,-- liaasger [ 440 Seymour Street
PITMAN'S
Bumih'ss College
(132 Seymour st., Vancouvei
I Day  school open all  the  year
round.    Night school MMM
es September 8th.
C. G. Heaven, Agent
North Vancouver
Head Office, HAMfLTON
C.p.,1.1 hum |i.500 000
I...... .rl I .aitl.t -■.„f„, 1.100,000
Tot.l Allill      •      •      • ... 11.000.000
CHIROPRACTIC
DETICTIVE AGENCIES
Canadian Detective Bureau:—
Ollices every when-
IM   Mat* '-"'    I*"'I   "
Map .t m-i I'lif-seaM
ff, f, WELSH
General Supciintciidnii
LADIES' MAIRDRESSING
30 per cenl Discount
1111  all   lines   ol  Hail G
* luritiK nur i;reat  ramoi il isle, ■"
1 |i I  In 11 'llli 1  mu  i.n:       lm l IN
■ iking possi !| * ■
1. hums, at all available
.1 hi teipiihd I'H lln   'I   i
ilil'  Uin,.  1',1'HI,,  III!.   Ill   IL  W
■ 11 ron'.t
HAUAJTI til
bn'i Granvl ■
REAL ESTATE.
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgstc - - - Manager
RESTAURANTS
All North Vancouver ptopls
tat st
LEONARD'S
Either Flack Block or Hastings street, opposite the new
Post Oflice. Leonsrd Mils hia
tea by tht pound.
WATCHMAKERS
English  pi actual walchnaksr,
Established 1889
Specialty,  repairing
WOODROOfB,
jtj Carrall Street i'HIa   i       ESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, K____
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block,
and lh.
Mil fi  VFTER WATER       Mr. G. A        ""* »•">  bas
,, E„ , riot      *  lor thi pasl
week rn :l'rh'1 t0   ,H
1. O. O   I'
. ning an
li, Hindu pi
acn   ■ I land in
*,,   district   -
,    ,-er  in the  west
| the munici
,;,,; suit in   tli
ivoi   i" place
convalescii i     ry  satiilactorv     North Vancouver Lodge,  No
55, meets every Thursday evening. Corner Lonsdale avenue and
ii.n  nexl expec
lu    up i
local i ' •'•  ""  'l mvm  Stan-hast,
quaintai 1 tin*
doubt
tion.
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Hotel ' ■■
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pert,
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Mr.  and
Victoria.
 nt in thi i
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*., claim to a record  i
llii.   .aim stream is the I
uiuerj   and  s   clu
u  these  two  applicai
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ukavoi to  a   asidi
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ii   aai  il,,* ,,.arts.
of the
Vancouver'
•lets,  I  I *
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a" .TVnated foi
n  the Boaid ol
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lui ted . iimg
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',. honor ol 11"
a thebetl ol
,.. levelopraenl
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First itreet, at 8 o'clock  Visit-
i   brethren cordially Invited to
attend.    J, Kelly, N.G.; A   1
Kennedy,  Rcc-acc.;  *'* H. Pilling, Fin.-see.
l)K. H. B. HOWELL
fr-P(KJ4N
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1   t\i* luivi.. jlllt   r*.t-1v..i *i -uii aiH'iil  i*f l.aiiii,**.   snd Ii'iin' Siirinu
rami- in Covert Cloih snd i iocii .trlpoa.   Thew mate ordi red to conn
lu Feb Wh snd owing to thr dels] uti luu* marked tin prlceiextrs
I u i.a' naure aa e impli u ilesrsnes.
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sauii' high clsssfoods «!■ havi slways liau.il..I
at un luudi iiitur prion iiinn ian lu- obtained
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NORTH VANCOUVER REALTY IS NOW THE
Best Buy on the Market
Nothing can excel it.
Wc Offer the Following:
J
Lots 25 & 26, Blk. 9
m
Loti 216c 22, Block 4
D.L. 265
•1 -      **l,    VHII  *„|,
id d   ml 12 DM
LYNN VALLEY
line Lots
$200 nek,
\l > i.i li. Ii.ilani. 110 |x-r monlli
DOM FORGET YOUR INSURANCE
Wl   MM. soLE AGENTS i"i;
Comme ion     urance Co., london, England
n-l-        , Aneti oi $88,850,000
Henry Eves ©. Co.
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