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VOLUME 9
NORTH   VANCOUVER,  B. C, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1909.
NUMBER 10
Meeting of
City Council
The adjourned meeting ol tlie'burn that he he- allowed In cul
city council OB Monday evening, urdWOOd liom .'1st and 22nd
was attended by Aldermen   Mc- streets, easl ol Sutherland ave,
wa.s mated
Rae, McNeish, Young, Dick and
Hraim.    Mayor May presided.
Kngincur Hanes submitted hi
A plan ol subdivision ol lol 1,
block ie-, l). L. 54H, a aa appro*-
approval of the profile ol the ex- |ed.
tension of the (hieeiisbury ave. |   The monthly aeeuiints ol the
respective comniittecs were dale
passed.
On motion, the city solicitor
was instructed to act in Uic interests of the city, in arranging
a further adjuiinnnciil ol the
hearing of the application.,   lm
line- ol the I). C. Kl. Ry. Co
%, W. Corbett wrote, requesting a sidewalk on loth struct,
between LonsuJei and Chesterfield avenues; board of works lo
act.
Mrs. M. Archibald wrote, requesting a crossing on Lonsdale a water records,
at 23rd street, the terminus  oil   Aid. Dick directed the atten-
thu tramline; referred to board tion ol the council to lhc report
of works. in Ike press, to the duet  that
M. S. Francia wrote, request- the V. W. & Y. Ry. Co. purposing that 16th street be opened es applying lo the duiiiiiium parte) lot 12, block 4J, lor building lianiciit lor ceri.'iii alterations
purposes. in tlu-ir charter, verb time   e\
K. Odium wrote, advising the tensions, and he move! tlu lul
council that he had lieen appoin- lowing resolution, which 1 as
ted  delegate  from   lhe  central :cnrried
executive of the rate-pax ers' as
sociation, for the purpose ol
laying the purposes ol thc organization before Uie council,
and requesting an appointment.
Mr. Odium to meet council nexl
Monday evening.
A letter (rom the McDougal-
.Itnkins Engineers, Limited, directing the attention of the
council to the impassable condition of St. Patrick's avenue
and Crescent street, leading to
tin- site of their new works,anil
asking that thc streets be repaired as they would reeiuire to
haul heavy machinery over it;
board of works to act
The assistant deputy minister
ol marine and fisheries, Ottawa,
Iorwarded a plan of a water lot
at block 171, D. I„ 271, with llu-
request that council state .tin
objections that they may have-
to it. This is the site of tlu-
McDougal - Jenkins Engineers,
Ltd.; plan approved.
The city solicitor wrote, advising council that he had examined the general local im-1
provement by-law in the e-ndea-1 fifty dollars, paid lor auditing
vor to amend it to conform to,the ferry accounts during the
the municipal clauses act,   but period  of  lerrv  contred;    that
"Resolved that railway couiniittee be- requested to investig
ate the report appearing in ilu
Provinu- ol this date, re* ilu al
teration of location ol V. V. &
Y. Ry., and tlu* proposed extension to be requested for a portion of that line on the North
VaacoatW waterfront; And fnt-
Uier should tluy tint! this repent
confirmed, that they be requested to protest to the- tliiiiiininii
government in the strongest
possible- terms against anv siuh
change ol location or extension,
unless all of locution line in
Nortli Vancouver together with
bridge franchise and subside be
relinquished."
The linance committee neoiii
mended as follows: That tlu-
(erry directors, having laken
over Un- books ol lhe compan \
at lhe lime of their appointment, the board lie requested to
pay lhe property tax tor the lull
term since the system came under their control; that the board
ol ferry directors be reqtiestcel
to refund to the- eite ilu sum ol
LOCAL OPTION
The meeting lot tin- promotion
linallv ol the interests ol local
option in connection with the
approaching plebiscite, which
w.is held La St. Andrew's l'res-
byteriaa church, oa Wedneadaj
evening, was fairly well attend
cil and resulted on active steps
toward organization. The chair
was occupied by Jas. A. McNair
ud R, C. Hiss was appointed secretary.
Professor Pidgeon of Westminster Hall, eli livered an address
which bristled with valuable cam
paign points, lie traced the development of thought along temperance lines of late yesrs, the
favorable change of attitude evident in many influential quarters,
and the rapid progress of the
movement. He dwelt upon the
excellent opportunity now extended by the action of the government, to test public opinion on
this question, and gave a masterful exposition ol reasons why local
option should prevail.
Alex. Philip moved and M. B.
Martinson seconded a motion to
the effect that the meeting approve
the movement looking to the iutro-
liu linn of a bill giving each community the right to say whether
tin' hquot business shall be licensed within its bounds or not. The
motion carried.
K, v. D. H. Balderston moved
and Geo. A. McBain seconde-d a
resolution to the effect that a
strong campaign committee be appointed and that a ladies' auxiliary
be constituted to co-operate with
the committee. The motion carried.
On motion ol M. B. Martinson
seconded by J. Ogle, the secretary
w.is 11 quested to write each ol the
local candidates with a request
that he state his position on the
local option issue
A large and tulliie-itial campaign
committee was then appointed to
gt tin 1 with a ladie-t'auxiliary,with
instructions to arrange for a committee room, etc.
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CONGRATULATIONS
Editor Express:
Sir,—Enclosed please Iind onu
dollar, being u year subscriptiem
for your journal, lor year ending August 17, 1910.
It is with the greatest pleasure lhat I am inserting this bill
for a year subscription of your
paper, as I am receiving several
papers from dilk-reiit towns 111
Canada, and 1 am pleased to
say that your paper is the mosl
up to date one I ever received
yet. Believe me, gentlemen,
yours respectfully,
ALF. CHARTRAND
Montreal, Que., Oct. 24, 1909.
The liberal association has opened committee rooms 111 the Keith
block.
BOARD OF TRADE
NOKTH VANCOUVER DRAMATIC CLUB
found it a ditlicult task, as tin
by-law appeared to have been
drawn up on a basis whuh v.u
its in principle from the ael. lie
would advise that the by-law-
be repealed and that he be instructed to draw up a short
lorm of general local improve
tneiil by-law- in conformity with
the municipal clauses acl.
After extended discussion, the
clerk was instructed to rcple to
the city solicitor to the ellect
lhat council wishes the prese-nl
bylaw amended to conform
the act.
A request Irom  R. T. Black
Thos. Shepherd la- appointed
property assessor and M. B*
Martinson assessor ol improvements lur the current year; thai
the bonds ol the cilv ireasuict
In iixed at Soihiii; the recommendations were adopted.
The board ol wnrks rei 0111
mended that 1) AiusUld lie- retained as street Ion-man, and
.lohn Clnvers lu appointed set
ond lore-mini, the latter at S70
per mouth; report adopted.
Bv-laws ; ami   8,   to   amend
to certain It 11 .il  improvement   bv
laws, were- read a last Imu .nul
linally passed.
FURIES AID BY-LAW
The polling on the lerry improvementi aid by-law, 1909, on
Wednesday last, resulted si lollows:
Total votes polled 182
For the bylsw 235
Against the by-law  45
Spoiled ballots        2
Excess in   favor  ol  the   by-lsw
sbove the required three-filths, 65.
GRATITUDE
Through the kindnesi of C. S.
Young, The Expreu staff it in a
position to testify personally as to
the genuineness andtheexcellesce
of the trophies of the chsse,
brought in by the party which returned last week from an expedition at the head of Powell lake.
The venison that grows in that
part of the country ii certainly
prime goods. "Long may the deer
live to be made into venison, and
for many long seaioni may enthusiastic local nimrodi return laden
wilh the spoils, to the great gratification ol themselvet, snd their
friends.
HOCKEY (Lilt
A North Vancouver team consisting of five ladies and tix gentlemen journeyed to Burnaby on Saturday laat and deleated the home
team after a pleasant game by
seven goals to two. P. W. llsylis
figured on the score sheet no less
than (our times whilst Misses B
Cameron and V. G. Gradwcll star
red smongit the ladies.
The North Vancouver club have
managed to arrange a match with
Vancouver lor Saturday next, Nov
6th, 1909 and one of the best
paim s ol the season is expected.
The following will represent
North Vancouver:
H. L. McPherson
J. Grecn-Armatage
G. Petluck
E. I. 11. Cardinall
C. FitiHerberl
S. Humphreys
P, W. Baylii
II  Swayne
B s Baylii
R. McCombie
K, 0. Ward
Thc tickets lor the Dranul.-
Clubs performance ol "Charley's
Vint" on Nov. 17th and iRihare
now- on sale and judging by the demand lor them the club will have
larger bouses  than ever   belore.
In order to give the North Vancouver children a chance to see a
play which amuses them as much
as the grown tips, a special matinee will be given at 4 o'clock on
Thursday alternoon Nov. 18th.
The children will thus be enabled
to see an immensely funny aud
clean play at the small cost ol 10
cents.
The club have been fortunate
enough to obtain (he services ol
Mr I'. Ada ms, >n as scenic artist
and judging by the partly finished
ani, le the imbed product will be
worth going a long wav to lee.
The easl is as follows
Deitinu Li-n.i Mis A | Ke.ili
Amy — Miss Hettv Cameron
Kitty - Miss V. G. Gradwcll
Ella    -    -    Miss .1. Starke
Spettiglle \V.  It   StiVelMin
Sir Framis Chcstuv A E.Kctli
lack - II. L. MePlnrsuii
Charley - F. L Diph.ek
Butler - - — II. Pratt
Charley's Aunt    S   Humphrey
The regular meeting of the executive of thc board of trade was
held on Tuesday evening.
The secretary reported that no
response had been received Irom
the Vancouver board of trade,with
respect to a joint meeting, to con
sidcr the harbor commission bill.
The transportation committee
was requested to approach the
board of ferry directors, with a
view to co-operating, to approach
the council ol Vancouver, on the
proposition that that city provide
a portion of the cost of construction ol a subway under the C.P.R.
tracks, at the (erry landing. Also
to request the railway commission
to grant a permanent location (or
the ferry landing.
The legislation committee was
requested to confer with the city
and the district councils, ss to the
advisability of retaining counsel tu
w iieh railway legislation in the
federal house, in the interests ol
the north shore.
Alex. Philip reported that the
district council has had placed $50
at the disposal of the reeve, to assist in entertainment arrangements
lor the delegates to the approaching sessions of the Union of B. C.
municipalities.
CHURCH SERVICES
ATHLETIC CLUB
Jess Williams and A. Philphive
taken an option on tbe interests of
A J Picton Warlow in the local
athletic grounds and it is proposed
to lorm a strong company of citizens to take up the option and to
conduct the club on an energetic
and enterprising bans. Negotiations are now proceeding with the
B. C. Electric Ry. Co., to secure
s rearrangement of their agreement. A ine-etinK of tbe existing
athletic club will be held on Wed-
nesdav evening next at 7,30 at the
municipal lull, to arrange to cooperate in the new movement.
Later, a meeting of all interested
will be held and it is hoped that
■ I'M lllll *s uini and nli/' ns
generally will manifest a hearty
interest in tbe matter.
Methodist church, corner 4th
and St. George's avenue:—
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Sunday school at Moodyville at
11 a.m. Prayer meeting Wed-
aesday st 7.30 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. B. H. Balderston, B.A.
Lynn Valley Institute Hall:—
Services every Sunday morning at 11, and evening al 7 p.m.
St. John ihe Evangelist, 71I1
and 13th streets:—
Holy communion 8 a.m.;
morning prayer 11 a.m.; even-
ng prayer 7 p. 111. On the
lirsl Sunday in the mouth there
will be a second celebration oi
the holy communion at 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
Services al Sl. Cleme-nl's hall
Lynn Valley: Moruing prayer
11 a.m.; evening prayer 7 p.m.
Priest-in-charge: Rev. H. 11
Gillies.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian
hurch, 6th slreet;—
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Wcdnesdav,
at 8 o'clock. Pastor; Rev. j.
D. Gillam, M.A.
North Vancouver Catholic Indian Mission:—
Sunday Services—Mass at 9
a.m. Sunday school at 2.30 p.m.
Benediction at 3 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. E. Peytavin, O.M.I.V.G.
A word to the wise is sullicient. Charley's Aunt on Nov. 17
and 18.
Miss K. C. Mel.eish has rented
a house on 8th street near Lonsdale avenue.
J* W. deB Farns is the Liberal
standard bearer at the pending
provincial elections.
P. Kiarly and lamily have moved into a residence on ist street,
near St. Andrew's avenue.
Paul de Wolff district road foreman has rented a house on 2nd
street near Mahon avenue.
Jas. Stewsrt, recently from On-
tsrio, hss taken charge of A. W.
Gibson's >>iai ksn..thing business.
Wanted--A strong, willing boy,
for the machine shop, to learn the
trade.     Wallace Shipyatds,  Ltd.
Hon. F. L. Carter-Cotton is tin
Conservative candidate ior Rich
moud riding, at the coming elections.
N. Lonsdale and Jack Loutet
"What devils Wl women Hi"
savs Charley's Aunt mi Nov. 17
and 18.
Born.-At Lynn Valley, Mon
day, November 1st, lyoy.to Councillor and Mrs. Allan, a son.
'lhe Merry Widow Club hohls
their next assembly in the Horticultural Hall, on Friday next.
Baptist Church, cor. 5th and
St. George:—
Sabbath school at 2 p.m. Services at 3 p.m. and at 7.30 p.m.
The board of ferry coiiiunssijn-
is met Thursday alternoon,   Matters with reference to  the  new
erry boat were moved forward as
fsr si possible.
Lost—On Lonsdale iieeiiue on
Thursday of last week, a mink
mil. Finder please leave at ihis
ollice.
Found—A black retriever dog.
Owner may secure tbe same by
paying expenses. William Towns-
lee, Keith Road, east.
II. W. Ketchuin's two new cottages on ist street east are about
completed and the tenants are
waiting to take possession.
P. M. Donaldson recently ar
rived in the city Irom England and
will shortly be followed by bis
family. They will resiele on 2nd
street, near St. Patrick's avenue.
A loc children's matinee of
Charley's Aunt on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 18.
Madam Rosina Burke assisted
by high class talent, will give a
concert in the Horticultural Hall,
on the evening of Wednesday, ist
December. The proceeds will be
donated to the building lund ol the
local R. C. Church.
\ joint meeting of the representatives of the city of Vsncouver
and of the several other municipalities interested in the harbor
commission movement, will be
held in Vancouver tomorrow (Saturday) morning.
The V. W. snd Y. railway is
making application at the approaching sesiion of the Dominion
house for radical changes in ill
line of route and likewise for forth
er charter extension. The pro
posetl ,'hanges materially affect
the situation in relation to North
Vancouver.
A general organization meeting
of the liberals ol North Vancouver
will ba held in the committee
rooms in ths Keith block, ut
«treet, on Saturday, November 6th
at 8 o'clock. V sneouver speakers
will address the meeting and important business will be transact-
-d.
Tbe members of North Vancouver lodge No. 55, I.O.O.F. are desirous of coming in touch with any
members of the order who may be
sojurning in the city and with this
in view cordially invite them to attend the lodge at iny of the meet-
ingi held in the K. P. hall on
Lonsdale Ave , Thursday evening
ol each week at 8 o'clock.     If un*
The ptoceeds of the sale of work
in the Institute hall, Lynn valle.,
arranged by the Presbyterian tallies' aid, amounts to (84.55.
The local congregation ol the
R. C. church is occupying the nt ,.
edifice for services, but the (orm..l
opening will not take place 1111111
the successor to Bishop Donteu-
will is appointed.
Wanted—By Novembu 1,1, a
girl for general housework.
Good home, permanent posi .ion
family of three. Apple Mis
W. J. Wilson, 6lh iUc*M, opposite St. Andrew's -.u'lrch.
Wanted.—A girl lt>r general
housework. Good hemic, permanent posiliem. Family ol
three. Apply Mrs. W, J." Wilson, bth streei, opposite St.An
dre-w's church.
Mrs. J. A. Banton has arranged
a concert to be given in the Eagles
lull, on Tuesday evening next, in
aid of the Sabbath school ol the
Baptist church. The programme
will comprise a varied selection ot
instrumental, vocal aud literary
numbers,
The social eiiteitainment held in
the Methodist church last evening
(Thursday) was well attended aud
proved a most enjoyable function
ot an minimal nature. The general items on tlie programme were
well received. 1 he proceeds financially were very salislactory,
Premier McBride was waited upon by a strong committee irom the
district council and Capilano prop
erty owners, lasl week with nth 1
ence to the proposed marine drive,
to Eagle harbor. Ibe premier
gave tbe deputation cucuurage-
ment to believe that tbe government will appropriate {50,000 toward the project.
W. Lunli and lamily have removed lu this city, aiid are residing uu I .'th slreel. Mr.Lunl
is an experienced piano luiur,
having recently euitic lo the
Wait Irom Dundee, 111 whuh eUv
as well as al Chester, l-.nglatui,
he vai eel lur tin planus ul mane
ol the Ix'sl lainilits. Ah. I.uul
intends establishing 1n11u1.1l ki
business in his line, 111 this city.
The pour are always with you
bul v.bailee I Aunt only on
Nov. 17 and 18.
The new insliuiiictlls lui    the
Nuith Vaacoavei braee bud are
now 111 possession ul ilu plavcis
and no Ulnc is being lust in gelling down to business. The list
ul members lugellui eeilh the
pails which they will sustain is
as follows. Kubcit Chami,
baiitlmaster. Cornels: Oswald
Peers, Oscar EveUseili, 1-,. 11.
.laeksou, Fred Alknisuii, Harry
Tinker. Altos. II. Ahkiniie v.
J. Fee, R. Evaus, Rod.kenshaw
Herb. Miller. Tctiors. R.CL.ev-
rente, W. II. Stone), lluilloli-
cs; T. Pllllic, .1. A. Molle-i.
Bass. Al. Loihl. Snaie drum
Charley ttheeler. Ilass drum
uol yel placed,    l'i at in 1 nights
lor the rtapectlvi parti havt
been arranged as lollowa Te neu
and Alto, every Honda) evening
Tieililbouis cvciv luisilay evening, baritone aad base,  mn
able to attend the meetings it will I TlMUada) evening, cornets,every
be considered a favor il any *uch Saturday evening    tt   H  Stmi-
will send their name and addressee  is trt.tsuiir ol the urgani/.e
to Bro. Chai. Nye, P. 0. box 9.      tiou. tiie Express, north Vancouver, b. c.
ii
A greal deal will be heard and
read during the coming thre»
weeks, about the agreement between the provincial government
and the C, N* R., and we there
[on reproduce the text ol lhe
agreement in lull, as it appeared in the daily preaa,
The lirst. agreement is made
wiih   iln   Cm.uli.ui   Northern
K.iilu,i\ Compan), and ihe sn
ond wiih iln Kettle Uver Vai
lee Railway,
ilue read aa lollows:
Till-; CANADIAN NOETHKHN
Uemoranduui lo lonn lhe ba«
is oi a contract between the got
eminent ol the province ol Brit
inh Columbia, and the Canadian
Northern Railwa) Company, lo
bu authorised b) a bill to bi
introduced and paaaed ai the
in*m Ksaioa oi the provincial
legislature.
The Can.uli,in Northern Rail
wa\ Companj agues as ml
lows:
i. Tii build a line ol railwa)
to connect w ith the main line ol
the Canadian Northern railn aj
through the province irom the
Vellowhead pass to the cit) ol
Vancouver, via lhe North
Thompson rivet to i point at or
mar Kainliiops, thence down
the Smiili Thompson and Frai
cr rivers, ihruugh the city oi
Nea Westminster lo thc citj ol
Vancouver, and lo English Mml
smiili ul the Fraser nver, the
distance nol to exceed 500 miles.
2.     To establish a lirsl class
modern passenger, mail, express
and   ear    kin    KTvicC   between
English Blufl and the cm   ol
Victoria and Vancouver Island,
j,   To construct a Iini ol rail
w.te iinin ilu- iiie oi Victoria
lu ,1 point mi Barclay Sound on
ilu i**l.nul ui Vancouver, .1 dis
tance ni 100 miles or thereabouts,
4. The line ni railway lo be
mn iiniii il under such contract
shall he equal in ever) respect
to tin standard ol tbe Canadian
Northern railwa) main line bi
t wtin \\ Innipeg and Edmonton,
and shall be 111 si,,lass in evert
respect.
j,   To luili equip such line ol
railw ,ie and tO make lhe sleeping cars, dialog 1 .us .nnl da)
niacins thereon, the equal ol
those in use mi the first-class
railwav  siswiiis ill Amerii a.
r>. To emplo) im Asiains mi
the construi tion *>i said Inu ol
railwa). and to insert lu smh
coatracl ,1 fail wage clause.pro
viding ihat iln wagea p.ml on
sueh hm shall be equal toHhosi
jianl npon similar clesace ol
work in ilu province,
7. Tn continue and complete
tha snivels  ni   stub  Inns  and
inmiiii na 1 iln actual construction wnik within iln,1 months
alter the lull authorizing iuch
coatrai 1 has beea pasaed be the
pinviiiei.il   legislature and  re
eelle'l    the    assilll  nl  his Iiiiiiiii
the iiiiiiiii.1111 governor, and lo
complete and put m opi < ation
the whole work w ilhiii Imu
nan .ni' 1 ilu date ol iln pass
laa ol su, ii bill
The government ol the pro
viiue     ol     Hiiiish    Columbia
agrees as Inllnw .
1    To guarantee tin 1 K • .1
iln railwa) compan) lu iln 1 \
lllll      Oi     V      ■    aaa,    |„   |      |||||, ,,|        |||,*
dd Iiiii  buili wiilim iiii pin
vllin ,    tog) 'lur     With     ll
tin iiiiii at ilu i.tt, ol loui pel
imit pit annum, payabh hall
11.oh.
'10  1 tempi   ilu   rail**a\
from taxation during conatrui
nmi   ud   ini .1 period  ol   nn
.' .11   .aiin iln completion iln re
of,
), To give the' railwa) com
pan; In 1 1 ight ol a a) ovi 1 pro
viacial   landa,   and   to   alloa
lliun ill, usual privileges nl l.ik
lag Iin  limbi 1  aiul gravel w In le
lieu- iai \   ini  ihe construi lion
ol tht   I.lllll .11     llnlll   I.Mills lilt 11
ul ir lile government,
Shniiiil  llu   govt iinin nl  nl the
provim 1 be a ailed upon to pat
am  money umler saiil glial,mii 1
i.ln 1 ,ni.idi.hi Nnriii, ,n Railway
Compaaj indemnih
thc provint 1 Irom and again 1
all mu li payments, and to makt
inch payments a 1 hargi upon
ili* -.' hole system ol the Canad
-,.ni North) "i railwaj. tht inten
tion "i imtli pat ties hereto being ihal stub railwa) line 1 hall
be Innil Without an) mst ot 1 \
pi ti 1 u hatsoever to the pro
vnni  il British Columbia,
Tlic Opening and Maintaining of a
Savings Bank Account is a duty that
everyone owes, both to themselves
and to those dependent on them.
Your Savings Account Solicited.
II    I,    PAYNTBt, Agent
NOKTH VANCOUVEI, B, C.
bait* executed these presents,
Signed, scaled and delivered in
the presence' ol \\. .1. RoevseT,
ittoriny-geiieral.
RICHARD UcBRIDE,
Premier
Tne' Kettle Kiver Vallcv railway
JAME8 J. WARREN,
President
Dated at Victoria, B, C, Oct.
ly, iyoy.
THE CANADIAN NORTHERN
RAILWAY COMPANY.
iSgd.i I). 1)  MANN,
Vice Preeident
Witness—
(Sffda
KETTLE
Lawrence Macrae
KIVI'K VALI.l'A
RAILWAY
Agree mini 111.ule this .'nlli tl.li
ui October, wo, between Ins
majest) the King, In thc right
ni his province ol British c ol
uiiibia, herein represented and
aiung in the Hon, Richard Mc-
Bride, premier ol thc said province, In uin,iiui referred to as
the province ol the firat paii.
anil the Kettle Kiver Valley
railwai. hereinafter railed tint
railwav ol the second pari.
Whereas, il is in the* interest
ni the province ol British Columbia that a line ni railwaj he
imili connecting the Boundary
district with the coast dtlee by
.1 more direct route than at pn
stilt;
Aiid whereas, the railway has
ollered to build i line Irom, ai
or near Midway to Penticton,
without any aid Irom the province, if the province will subsidize an extension ni this line
from  Penticton to s junction
with the   Nicola,   Kamloops   \
Siiiiilk.imi'cii   railway,   at  or
Heat  Nu i il.i. imt tn lAitttl, llow -
ever, ijo miles.
Now ihis agreement witness
eih that in consideration of the
agreements hereinaftei contain
ed mi the part ol thc railway
iln province agrees wuh the
railwa). subject lo ratification
by the legislature of the pro
vinie:
]     aa     Tn giant a subsidy   lo
iln railwa) on the portion ol
the road between Penticton ami
the jam tion above mentioned ol
Ss'i'i" pei inile. pa),il>li- in caah,
in in ihe i pei mu. Inscribed
stnik oi the province, al thi op
imu ni ihe province, as [ollows
The said extension tn be till liled
into tell lillle sections,  payment
iii the lirst subsidy iu reaped of
the first ten-mile section to be
made when  the first  aiul sinniil
sn lions have been completed to
ilu* satisfaction ol tbe miniate*
nl |illlilli    eeniks;     pa) nuill   lor
the seuiiiil sei lion  in in   made
when   llie   lllllll   sfelinll   is   iiiiii
pie ted, ami so mi until the
wlinli extension is completed,
wlnn iln* mileage herein mentioned shall be p.ilil lor   al   tin
abovi i.iii "i *,, per mih not
i seceding in all mn hundred aud
Idle miles
iln    The Inns ui iln railwa)
enlisliii, ti il   iii   iii   I,,   euiisttiii t
nl limn Peatictioa lo Uidwat
and iiniii iW.md I'nik*. in. al n
in.ii i-i.iiiklin ( amp i'i in i v
I'lllpt   llnlll   llli    assi sslliillt      ||||a|
tai Imposed bj ki lion >■ ••) the
railwa)   assessment  act,   11)07,
Inl lllei |'i Hnd nf ten ecals limn
and  .ilh 1   llu   COmpll Hull nf the
lun Hum Mulwae in Nicola,
it , Tin* railway, with the
consent ol the chiel commissioner n| lan Is, lli.i    lake lruin .me
publii landa adjaccut io or Bear
ns line, all stone, limbei gravel
antl other material whnh nine
be necessary loi the construction
of the railwaj
nil    Tlu 1,tilw,11  dull li.r.i   1
iht  righl ol wa)   through  ant
provincial  landi  lot   Its line,
herein rein ml to, smli right ol
u .11  to be i" tin salisla, iin 1 1 I
the lieutenant governor In <-, un-
iil.
And   lliis   agreement   lit-.tlir
unin". i*ili thai in mn. t|, .iliuli
ol the above sgreetnenti on iln
11.ui nl the province, the  rail
w av 1 nvcii.nits ami   i'.:rn * *    h
iln* province:
.1 a    Tn begin luiistru.lmn ol
the lines oi railway herc-n re-
lei 1 id tn m iiiiiii tour months
irmn ilu* ratification ui   lus ,,-
greemeat  bjl  the legislature   ol
the province, and to proceid
continuously and with reasonable expedition  ivith  ilu- ccat-
itmction ul saul lines, the wn 'ie
tu be completed wiliiin low
years [rom ihe- ratification at
this agreement by the kgn attire,
(b) To build and const:net
the lollowing lines ol railway;
1. A line innn Grand Forks
up the north lork ol the Kettle
river, nm less than 30 miles;
:. A Inn Hum Mulwae lu
Penticton; and
3. A line Irom Penticton to
u junction with the Nicola,
Kainlonps ft Siiiiilk,uiit*en rail
wav, near Nicola; lhe said lilies
to be ni standard gaage, aad to
be built according to such spc-
cificationi   as   tu   make    thelll
practical!) aaiiomi in constitution with the lines ul the til eat
Northern ur Canadian Pacific
railways, when originally construe ted.
u 1    To give a bund salislac-
torj t" ilu government ol thc
province of British Columbia
that liillueeing eulistructlan   lllc
saul inns will be operated cun-
tinuiiu-.lv, autl throughout    lllc
whole length thereof,
(d) That no Chinese or Japanese pei sun shall be employed
in tin* construction of the above
Inns tiiuiei ,1 ptiialiv oi live dollan pit da) inr each ami evui
Chinese nr Japanese  pcrseill clll-
that lollowing construction the
whuh peiialli  in.11  be leioveinl
upmi convkUon m anv person,
under the provisions ol tin- summary convictions act
iei   The railwat  agrem  to
purchase all materia] and sup-
pins required ior the coaatrui
llun nl its railwav  through   lllc
prnvince ol  British  Columbia
irmn inaiiiii.ninn is. merchant!
and dealers \\itliin lhe pnniim
wlnn each material .nul supplies
1.111   be   purchased   in   desirable
quantitiea ami of equal qaalit)
still,tide lur the purposes lm
whuh iJtii an required, .nul
upmi terms squall) favorable as
those procurable els.ninii
(fl The workmen. labORTl
•uui sn v.mis employed in m ,1
bum  the construction ol  tin
said railwa) shall he paid sinii
tale ill wages as mav   be  nn
iinile payable in workmea, la
borers 01 sen uts engaged   In
siiinlai nnipatioai in lhe di
imt in whnh tlu said railwa
is enlist rile ted.
in witness whereof tin p.	
VOL CAN'T BEAT
HICKMAN
FOR QUALITY
Larue MeertaMol   I M^fcgiadi
TEAS  nml 0OFFEE8
iniliiilinj Telley.. I{i.lfe*-,nyf. ,\r.
Sjicitil   Ihtll-   Tut   It),.
8lbfor$100
Hulk   COjfSi    fnim   L'.'c   In
000 ]n r Hi.
CReMCKtUN
. The Men "I (Jnt-lity
L"n*l»li" Ave.
Phone 40
N. V. Transfer 6
Livery Co. "•»£,
Phone 97       Night Calla 106
CartagOi Uemovala,
Parcel Delivery,
-   STORAGE  -   -
All Mail addressed to Box 157
WEDDING
RINGS
Underwear
Tin* llll'l niglitfl put uini mind o( heavy Underwear, Shirts,
Sweater. Knit Wool Vend and everything ni-eeieary for winter
wear.   Tliey are all kepi here in great variety (or men and boya.
Men's Heavy Union Underwear lor     50c.
Men's Heavy Wool Fleece Lined,  best quality     75c.
Men's Extra Heavy Wool Ribbed Underwear      1.00
Men'i Hlue Tip l'tnmm's Unshrinkable Underwear...    1.J5
Other lines of Very Fine Wool, Unshrinkable, for 1.25 to 1.50
Boys' Underwear
In Fleece Lined, sizes 20 to 32     35c. up
In Heavy Wool,      "      "         30c. up
lu Very Fine Wool, sizes 11 to 3a     50c. up
Fancy Vests, Over Coats, Men's Suits
In the very latest styles.
CUMMINGS
Gt-nt'i Clothing, Furnishings, Men's,   Ladies', and
Children's Hoots and Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
Are bought lor, but not by women, yet the fair sex are often
comulted about the purcheie,
or they should he. Wedding
rings cannot be too good in
quality—they are not everyday
pun haies. We have them in
heavy solid gold, guaranteed
to last a long hletime. ln
oilier styles of rings we easily
lake the lead in variety, quality ami low prices. Buy your
ji u,|t\ In u and vu will get
the belt value for y nit nu in e.
w.  11   ITilJIlY
w. c.  MOBS1IOS
Sole tjenti for Mure-n,, the he.t
material for Willi and ceiliti|*s
Phone RM
W. H. STONEY (Sl CO.
Signs of every description
Wallpapers, Paints, Dili, Varnishes, do,
House  Painting   (.Mazing,  Paper Hanging,  Kalsoniining
Derorating, etc.
GRASSIE & CO.
318 Camrrie Street
B*K
Loot for the aliove trade mark,
ra ol quality,   on   your
cereal foods.
We niantifacltne thr best
Rolled Oats
on the market today.
Leave your older-, veilh ns lm
HAV. QRAIM
AND   ( HOP
I'liatnpi Deliver)
Saiisi 11 luii 1 luaraatei 'l
u« Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limltiHl.
Lon*dalr  Avenue,
il Ferry  Landing
Jas. I lupin in.    local manager.
N OKI 11 VANCOUVER
l-.llirta.il t llrei.rl
Proprietor.
STEAM
LAUNDRY
Everything new and up-to-date.     All daises of  laundry  1 >
work for hotels, houses, individuals, etc.
I nit ■ us- work  t,y  latest and  best  methods.     City  and
district delivery.     Moderate charges.
Have your Launbry Word done locally,
HUD OiriCE AND WOKkS:
14th Street, [eat
down town orrict
57 Ionsdale Ave
Cars  leave  ferry  landing for |   Cars leave Lonsdale  Avenue,
all points  as follows:
•6.15 a.m.
•6-45   "
•7.J0   "
7-50  "
S.ao  "
8.50  "
9.10  "
9 45   "
After which cars leave at ten
minutes paat the hour and twenty minutes to the hour until
midnight.
1 Keith   Road,   and   Queensbury
Avenue Terminals as follows:
* Not on Sunday.
•6.05 a.m.
•6.30  "
•7.00   "
•7-35   "
8.05   "
8.35 "
9.00 •'
9.25   "
9-45  "
10.15  "
10.55  "
Alter which cars leave at lite
minutes to the hour aid twenty-five minutes after lie hour
until midnight.
For Grouse Mountain take the Lonsdale Avenue car. For
Lynn Valley take the (jtieensbury Avenue car. For Capilano
take the Keith Road car.
►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦4
Sna|> in Lynn Valley!
One-*qnartar ncrc hlock, on Centre Rond, close to store and car line.
|876, |7B 0Mb, llie balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
\ii"tlnT snap in  I.vnn Valley—3 acres in D.I,. 2169, $l()7er>.   |676
aaab, Ihi bMim IB 6 tod 11 months.       For a short time only.
THESE ARE THE TWO BEST BUys IN L/NN VALLEV
Martinson & Co.
Real Eitatc ent  Inutittnce Ae-ents
NORTH VANCOUVER, R.C.
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THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
II
The following is a somewhat
condensed reproduction ol an
able article on "Railway Development in British Columbia,"
which appeared in a recent issue ol The Statist, of London,
England, one of the leading and
most influential papers in the
financial world, and to which
the attention of The Express
was kindly directed by a ( ■! it
.subscriber. The article proceeds as follows:
"Rapid as has been the recent
British Colombian development,
its trade has until now been
dependent on one transcontinental railway, the Canadian Pacific; but the whole ol the extraordinary railroad development
of the dominion will shortly l
converge upon British Columbia
Five vears from now the United
States may be importing instead of exporting wheat, and
by that time the Canadian
Northwest will be shipping hundreds of millions of bushels of
wheat to Europe and to Asia.
Within five years, also, the Canadian Northern railway system
which with its 5000 miles of
railway divides and controls the
whole grain business of Canada
with the Canadian Pacific, will
make Vancouver its Pacific terminus and headquarters, and
stiait shipping grain bv this
route like its great rival, its arrival probably being clost-lv
contemporaneous with the opening of the Panama canal.
The Harriman system of railways of the United States, arc
also building to Vancouver on
the south, and the Hill svstem
alreadv have a branch reaching
the city.
For more than a quarter of a
centurv it has been ii]i|iarelit lo
close observers that British Columbia would eventually take
rank as one of the richest and
most favored portions, not
tiu-relv of Canada, or even ol
thc empire, but of the whole
world. Its settlement and development has been slower than
that ol other parts ol Canada,
prohablv because hclo.e reaching it the capitalist and emigrant had \o pass through so
maiiv other attrarttjvc regions
between the mouth ol the  St
I Lawrence and the Ro'ikie..  The
'tide ol prosperity is now,  however, Sowing to that Pacific -ro-
', vincc   with   most   remarks le
strength, antl greil volumes ill
Lrade have conic iu'.o exis'.i'iue
in lhe last two or three years
Vancouver is probably   lodaj
the most actively busy trade
centre in thc empire. No estimate, however, has even been
attempted ol tlic potential Value
of its resources. The liiiivel-
lous development 01 '.he last ten
years, iar from rendering such
an estimate possible, lus only
increased the difficulty by In ng-
iug fresh resources lo light, ll,
cxtcul British Col-um-i 1 is
grcutur than the alio.,- German
empire and France lotiibincJ.
Its navigable  lakes   au,i   riU'lN
■need those ol all Europe,   it
has 60-000.000 acres oi the richest fruit, garden and pasture
and 111 the world. Its Itr.vsl.s
of magnificent pine, fir, and
cedar, extending over 182,000,-
000 acres, arc among the finest
on the North .\incrican continent. The strength of many
millions of horses is ready, in
its magnificent rivers, to be
harnessed and put to productive-
work. It contains untold stores of gold and silver, of lead and
zinc, of copper, iron, and coal.
Besides this, British Columbia
is jiossessed ol a wonderfully
mild and pleasant climate, and
she has, as her immediate eastern neighbor, the vast hinterland ol Canada's wheat greiw-
ing prairie, which is by nalure
directly lormed to be the Iiest
customer for many of her pro-
duels.
Victoria,situated at the south
end oi Vancouver Island, the
capital city of the province ami
the scat of government, besuli-s
being a thriving business centre
is one uf the most charming re-
lidental cities imaginable. lt
has been well said that Victoria
possesses the best features of
botji English ami Canadian lile.
Victoria is perhaps the most la-
vorcel by climate ol British Columbian cities.
The city of Vancouver, on the
mainland, shares with Victoria
the- advantage's ul both climate
and .scenery. It is the business
capital of the province, and
takes a greal position as the
western oceafl port Ior not only
British Columbia, but the whole
dominion of Canada. During
lhe last 25 years it has grown
to a population ol 100,000 people. With ils magnificent landlocked dcep-wale-r harbor, it has
already become one of the
world's great gateways of commerce and travel, and its mills
anil factories place it high
among industrial cities. In
bank clearings it now ranks as
the lilth largest city in Canada,
and it would rank lourtli ii the
clearings were added to those of
the adjacent city of New Westminster, with which it is rapidly becoming one great citv in all
but name.
The completion of thc Canadian Northern will mark an
epoch in the history ol Vancouver, which will then be directly
linked—through the easy gradients ol the Yellowhead Pass,   a
route over which a single locomotive can haul 2000 tons ol
freight — with the enormous
wheat producing territory of
North-Western Canada lying be-
tlwe-cti the Great Lakes and the
mountains, and — through the
Panama Canal—will be provided with a direct water borne
'freight route to the ocean ports
of Europe. Then the agricultural centre ol the province, the
beautilul farming districts a-
loag the lower valley ol the
Fraser river, some 7oei miles in
area, of the richest soil in tllc
world, and well served by the
lines of the British Columbia
electric railway, will Icein with
population, busy supplying the
great cities willi vegetables,
milk, butter, eggs, poultry, and
all ihey require, and employed
in the fruit and hop growing industries, which have already
reached considerable proportions
Il seems a safe prophecy that
Vancouver will 25 years from
now possess a population of I,-
000,ooei. The cities of New-
Westminster and Vancouver
have long been connected by thc
system of the British Columbia
Electric Railway Company,
which, directed by a very mi-
portant body of men, has ever
since its inception played a very-
large part in the progress and
development ol the country, If
the wealth and the resources of
British Columbia have made the
success ol the British Columbia
Electric Railway, certainly the
uiu-rgy and enterprise ol this
company has furnished more
than any other influence the im
petus to the development ol the
country. The company operates
its own power plants.     It  has
An Exceptional Offer
One BON 011Lnnadak ktotttn for $1600.    $300cash, balance $25.00 per month.
l''otir years in which to pay for thin.   You can make 100 per cent per annum.
(>m.->
Ul l,.*ii--Uli' Ave.
Ilrsni'li
t'lirner Quern I*.
JACK LOUTET
REAL ROTATE
Mil Phone 47
limni-h    "    87
Continued on Page11 Nine
General Contractor
CUUIISQ, (.RAMNii,   l-.Xl'.WAT-
ING, lie,
2,ti f li M west.
m
isi
ki Wi'slniiiiNtiT Land Hislricl
Dislriel ol New WcstiiiiiistiT.
TAKE  NOTICE that   Elliot
A. llaswcll, of Vancouver, oc>
ctipatioii broker, iiile'iuls to ap
ply for permission to purchase
the lollowing described land..;
About 3:0 acres, communing It
a posL planted on the northeast
corner of l,oL 1139, thence south
Ho chains, ihenee east 40 chains,
lh-,'licc north 80 chains more or
less to shore oi Horseshoe lake,
thence 40 chains more or less 111
a westerly direction along shore
ol lake lo point  of  loiiimciue-
autat
EUIOT A. HASWEU
WM. DAUIEI, 1)1 Kl-,
\gent
October 2, luoy y-iy
QRCCERIES
PR Vl3IO,.S
boots and shoes
cents' f0rN'sHiNg5
Our aim is to give satisfaction
to our customers.
Our delivery eoes to all parti "I
the city.    If you have no ti K
phone leave *raei Banti and
our delivery mil call.
DODDS c-
TYSON
Telephone 41
Cor. 8th St. and Lonsdale
k\\ Mi'Miiliiisli'f Milt! IIin!rirl
District ol New Westminster.
1
	
1 TAKE NOTICE that Ernest
Crocklord, ol Vaacoavtr, occupation cruiser, intends to app.y
ior permission to pui chase LUe
'lollowing described land: About
400 acres. Loiiimciuing at a
post planted m chains cast 01
the soulheasl comer ol Lol 506
thnce Weat ho chains, ihenee
norlh 40 chaiaa, theme west .'ai
chains, thence south ho chains,
llieiiee easl bo chums, Ihciicc
north 40 chains more 01 less io
point ot commencement.
ERNEST CROCK*ORD
WM. DALZIELDIKE,
Agent
October 4, 1909. y-iy
Kt'iit'ttaii 01 Liquor License
EXAMINATION FOR IN8PKCTIOX OF STEAM
lllllI.KKS ANH MACHINERY
L-'XAMINATIONS lur Hit iki.III ,1 ln»ti«loi
'J ul Hl,*.iaa Holle-r. mil M.clilli'rv, niial*-! th>*
■Slviin Holler. lua|K*i*ll„n Art, IWI," wlll be*
lllllil at thf  I'.ilinin.nl   BtlU'llnia, Vlalaarl.,
lllllllll, 111 lll|| Nnl, IlllM r.111. IWI9        Al',all,*.11**11
toil Inntrui-tinn Inrm. rtn ba* li.l nn ipnltt-a-.-
llnn I,a Id.* nm!* r.lKlifil, laa w li ill lh. laiim.r
tnuat be returnt-it, correctly rlllnl In. not l.tci
than Nutembci in, in*, —lui llio on per
month.
JOHN PICK,
Chid luiptcto- ol Machinery,
N.*» Wa .iiiiiii",*! B.C.
ct-21
TAKE NOTICE that thirly
days aim dale, 1 inn iul to apply lo F, b. llusse), supciiulcu-
dciiL ol provincial police, lor a
renewal ol the liquor license ol
the Moodyville holel, held by
me, tor lhe term ol su months
comiiieining January 1st, win.
The Moodyville holel is sllualed
at Moodyville, on lot No. i]-),
group oue,New Westminster district.
Dated at Moodyville, li. C,
this 28th day ol October A. I).,
1909.
■Signed) TOM UOOTIi
&-14
PROVINCIAL
ELECTION
Vote for
F. Carter-Cotton
Extract of Speech of Hon. I. Carter-Cotton
and the
Second Narrows
Bridge
"I know my Iriends in Norlh
\ .nuouver will say, "What a-
liniil that Bridge?" At the lasL
election I spoke at North Vancouver and said that ii no othei
means tould Ih- luiind nl btiilel
mg the bridge, I would do whal
I timid to induce the provincial
government lo assist. Now 1
have induced my colleagues to
give very lilieral assistance, and
if 1 can work out the details,
operations should la- started on
the bridge within a few months,
lt is no secret, and I may as
well tell you, that the government has placed at my disposal
$350,000 il I can carry out a
scheme to secure its construction, and I think my Iriends in
North Vancouver will do their
beat to assist inc."
Sustain the Government and secure Railroad Competition from
this Harbor to the East, which
will reduce rates
Help build up the West
Richmond Conservative Association
PERCY KINO, Secretary THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
TIIE EXPRESS
North Vancouver. 1)  C.
Ratis nr i-inne-timoN:
Onfv,.nr |1.00
Six iniinlli"   • ■ •        .."ill
Thn-a- nmntliH     - • .25
United Slates ;tnd Kiirei|*n,|l.50|wyi-tr
AUVKRTlSlNi,   ItATKS
TXANKIIMT    DiffUl     AnVUKTIIU'lltNTH—
.-id cents |aiT inch aaeh iiisertinii.
bonus NoncKs, Kit- — tl.uu |»'r imli pM
nn'iitli.
I.AM' ANII TlUSS KOflCSS—M llilVK. t'i ',
60 alnyp, 17.Ml.
LSBU AiiviHTistMii—First  iiici-rtinii, 111
eentr per line; i-arli MaWqwDt iiimr
tiun, k, per lim-
RiAinsii NotKH in li'iei. Ninn Cm-
IIMNA—IH 1'1'llt. |HT lillf.i'Hrll ill.lTtillll.
COKTHAIT    AllVKKTIHBMHST..— R»teB    »r-
rauit'il iii'i'iirditiK tu tfact Itelti-ti,
/Ulehan|**ilncanlrael atlvrrtiHenienti
•niist I"' hi il"' la.ni'i* ill Hit- priim-r by
Wedni'velae t'vi'iiiiii.'1'ii'iiMiri'piililii-atitin
in tlif iifxt Imm,
"■'.aDtet*'.*.,*-.".-c.:
" ^mi_trJt>"
North Vamoiivf.r,  Nov. 5,  1909
FERRY All) BY-LAV
The l.n ut,ible pronouncement
given bv the ratepayer! upon
tin* uny tmprovonints aid bylaw tin Wednesday, means a
peal deal io North Vancouver,
and its significance is moment-
ous in many ways.
Now ihat the- campaign  is
over alld the verdict given, it
will doubtless be lound thai
even those who Voted against
the bylaw will appreciate highly
the benefit! that must acme
Irom the earning out of the
plan eiullllleil, aiul will give tile-
future- development ol tke movement their eorelial support.
The opposition uliuh developed, would appear to have arisen
not against the principle, but
rather 111 vie* ol eiert.tm detaili
It may be confidently asserted
that the tin lui,He eeas [inn tie
ally unanimous an 10 UlC desirability ol extensive improve
nunis to the km system, but
diversity ol opinion ee as in the
nature ol the ease, una /.ridable
as to the speeille details ol lhe
UUlls to be added to llu Mstilii
Absolute unanimity in in.itli 1 s
of dutail is admiUtille unattainable ami without doubt the
handsome vote 111 lavor ol the
by-law was made possible because the elector was willing to
forego his individual opinion nn
some matter ol detail, lor the
lurtheranee- ol that \ehnli In believed tO be tile prodlCt ed the
cajelul labors and the best judgment ol S bo,nil, vi hose sole allll
was lo lollow the eourse eehieli
woultl best serve the- publle interests.
The result ol the polling tvi-
dc'lKis ilu l.ul lhat the spirit
ol progress whieh marked   the
proeeA'tllllgs w lu ll the len \ pni-
ellasc   eeas  undei   consideration,
abides with tha propertj own
ers 01 Korth Vancoaver ta an-
abated strength Tins dream
stance coaatituUa the ver] bnt
augury ol succeaa Ia tin attain
lllllll id those tiuls whieh the
i.ili]',ii a 1*. had 111 1111111I 111 buying I he- lelle system, Tilt possibilities ol bi lliiit  lo this dtj ,
ironi ,1 properlj conducted ferrv
service1. cannot U- overestimated, but, at lhe same lime, the-
reali/alioii ol those possibilities
is contingent, to a very   large
degree upon Uu consistent prosecution, without eessatlon, ed
aii energetic, enterprising nnd
progressiva1 policy, in Um ail
minlstraUon oi the allairs oi Uu
mi j business, iii illis respect,
the ratepayers have evident!)
followed ilu- 1,muli.11  maxim,
"llllell  \ nm   WafOII  to .1 star,"
.iiul the) propose to hold oa,
Tin iiisilom ol this pnliey lias
been ample vindicated dining
the past live months and III  in
inn record cannot be otha Utaa
111.     .Ill plislllllltlt    "I   tlla     UlO*1
valuable benefits, In everj   In
creasing volume,lor Nortli Van-
e Oliver.
One of the most readily discernible pliifsi-s ol the result eii
Wednesday's polling, is that it
constitutes an outspoken expression of confidence in the administration whieh is being given,
by the board ol lerry directors,
and a cordial and iitmiist.ii-.e--
.ible* expression ol appreciation
ol their service!, upon the part
ol the- ratepayers. As previously Intimated, it doei not ne-a-s-
s.enlv iniple    llial   every   rati
paye-r approves in an unqualified
manner, ol every item ol detail
oi iliai administration, bui it
does convey the assurance that
the- ratepayers are lully sStisb-
i-d that they are gelling a progressive administration, upon a
sound business basis, whose evei
present objective, is the securing of the best results for the-
people. The ratepayers have
declared, by tlieir votes, with
no uncertain voice, that when
capable men are prepared to accept a position ou lhe board ol
directors and give their time
and ability in the public interests, they (the ratepayers] are
prepared to stand by the director! and to give them loval support on general lines, irrespective ol individual dillcrences ol
opinion, with reference to details. Not only should the result ol the polling in this instance prove encouraging anil
of the greatest assistance to the
board ol directors as al prcheiu
ompoaed, but ii should likewise
prove ol the greatest assistance
111 Inducing men e>( the right
stamp, irom time to lime as
occasion may arise, to oiler
themselves ior a position on tin
board. No happier .itUiiumciit
COUld be wished lor the viill.iii
of the ferry system, than that
such eorelial relationships as
thisu, should  be*   at    all   limes
maintained between ihe ratepayers antl the board ol tlireel-
ors.
One ol the most gratifying
leal tires ol lhe veite, is found in
the healthy optimism whkh 11
breathes. The properlv ove tiers
of North Vancouver are thor-
oughly endued with an asstiti-il
onfidence in ihe present worth
anil the rc-jplelltlelil future prospects of this eity ami dislriel,
which by means ol anticipation
crystalisea   probabilities   into
actualities.     Thev  arc luili    ,1
live to lhe I.let that the inexorable logic   oi   the   situation    III
whieh   the   north   shoit    finds
itself ensures .nul neiessitalts .111
11.1 oi advancement la the not
distant future, whuh wlnn 11
comes, will prove ol sa unprecedented nature, in the histote
of the greiillll allil tleveloplllillt
ol greal centres "i population
Oil till' Pttl Iln  eoast.      Thee  1 li
dt'iith realise that u is al oaa
ilnn   I'lieili^e  aiiil  tlieir duty,
to manliest that lonaighl that
Is so vital lo the powei I" make
the most ol tin peculiar conditions,  nluiii  eeill  characterise
ttlli* local siliialioii, iiim, the
loms ol events has .11 lie i'l Slid
the strain is lilt.in a de.11,111 I loi
the Immediate tacilitiea lor
handling the Immense treflii
Incident upon ihe rapid Influx ol
.1 large population, of gn al in
dtistries aiiil ol the manv   nnd
diversified Institutions, which
go to make .1 graat commercial
and industrial port.
The ratapayan ol North Vai
iiinei r ait* c le .ii 1 \ t videtiiing the
lael that  they are Intelligently
.11 na oi iiu ..iiniii points "i
the problem Vhlch the norih
ihore presents .ind that so Iai
as .1 l.ir   sighted    policy   upon
ihni pari ian prevent it, iln
future oi ilns communit}   will
liol Imd ilstll lumpittil Iii .tin
undue restriction * or Inadt quati
provision!     Tin tut in i m.ii I"
Here \s a really
Cbea|) House Buy
4-room Cottage on a 60-foot Lot, Keith Road,
Block 65, garden.
Price $1700,   Terms $850 cash, balance in 6
and 12 months.
ELDER MURRAY CO.
MILLINERY
Fancy Goods
,S|i,*,*i.i rrdurliuu. nn .11 Trlintnea! Iltl.
Wl   are a |*. * in*' • new department in
i-onnei'tiiin willi mir millinery.
A lull line nl
ART NEEDLEWORK ind
FANCY G0OHS
CnniiRtini ol Ctntre Pie-en in ejrilet,
Via'., i,*11uin, cut work and lieautilnl em-
broieiery detigni. Tie md Towel K»ekp,
wilh mounts, photo Fnmt. withmounts
ami ill BSMHSfJI material.) for working
irt iieeelltiwiirk.
MISS OURLB    21$ Lonsdale Ave.   North Vancnuver
The   Sherwin-Williamt   Paintt   Ceter   iht   Earth
A
IT IS WORTH WHILE
M    LOOKING OVER
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Our present stock of seasonable goods as we
have a full line of
Stoves,   Ranges
Mou.se J urnisbin^-s
and
General Hardware
}     X We alwavs a a!
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES I     U J   b '
AI   VANCOUVER   PRICES .... 1     *~ » the best of service.
\    TRADE AT HOME
GIVE  US A   TRIAL   ON   YOUR
NEXT ORDER. rilONE .-..■
/'. S.  T/fOMAS. I'hm. B       $
DRUGGIST     %
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Paine  ® McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
depended apoa to vindicate the Drp.w.prv;inn Fruits
lml that an enlightened policy rt cacl vmlJ ■ ' u|l®
ol this nature-, dtics uot la 1 ol
its reward.
It's never loo late to mend,
hut you'll lu- too late to sec
Charley's Aunt alter Nov. 17
and 18.
Liijiior Unm Ap|)lkiilioii
TAKI-; NOTICE that to days
alln date, I intend lo apple  to
tin- hoard of license commission-
STS lor the Cilv of North Vancouver, lor a -.hop or lioltl ■ license, under the BrovMona "I
the "Uankipal Claases ,\ , '
1401S, for the purpose ol selling
litjuor iiiuler the provltdons '>!
sab sec tion ) "i sa tlwi i ti "I
said act, in a two sion hln. k
to Ik- ireeteil N I.ot |t, Block
155, Sulidivision 11 District lei',
274, in the City d N't.rth Vancouver, which said lot is situated mi the North side   ol   Fiist
street, nasi ol Lonsdale avenue.
Dated ilns jth It] ol Notem*
lur, A  I)., igoi).
10-14 WILLIAM .1   Tl'I.K
Pioneer
Bakery __
S. H. Walker,  •   Proprietor
Fresh llreid duly dflieir.al
tn ill parti ol ihr t ile
■ IS Iiu if. for tl
4 for 35 Crtltl
TRY OUR MILK READ
llli.H GRADECAKI
PASTRY, 1 11
PIONEER BAKERY
inns* 8        71 Lomdilr Ave
IN SEASON
Full stock of Fresh Groceries
and Daitv Produce.
Albert* Government OMBMff Hotter
HbMsk mr »i m.
New l.ui,| Y.fft Hie. |mt asSSa,
I Ml HI KOMI PARLOR
J. nitrssen, Pro)).
65 Lonstl.de Avenue.
Diplock -Wright
Lumber Co.
DIMENSION I.IMHER
BH1PUP
RUSTIC
BHINOLW
LATH
HN18HING LUMBEB
i-:iv„ kiv.
Our ffioot un   ritjltt.
LET Us QIVR VOU A
I'lHURE OM VOUR
LUMBER BILL
m mn iw wn
17th Street, Norlh Vancouver
A SNAP
FOUR ACRES CLOSE TO LONSDALE AVE.
This will make a good subdivision.
Prices and terms right.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
Lonsdale Avenue  near Ferry
Phones—Office 24 House 22
N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1909-1910
Kvery Tuesdav—Class.    Sons of Scotland
Nov.   3—Tahleaux.   Girls' Branch W. A.
Nov.   5—Dance.    I..O.L., No. 1840
Nov. 12—Dance.    Merry Widow Cluh.
Nov. 17-18—Charlies' Aunt.    N.V. Dramatic Club.
Nov. :iV-Dance.    Merry Widow Cluh.
St. Andrews and Caledonian So-
Nov. jo—Dance,
ciety.
Dec-,   q— Dance.
Dec. 17—Dance.
Dec. jl—Dance.
Horticultural Society
Merry Widow Club
Merrv Widow Club
Jan. 13—Annual Meeting Horticultural Society
ft. TYLER, ftecreUrij,
or to W, L. Kill- NIC, I'residenl, 15th St., 'phone jj
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU GREENHOUSES
1,1,,,it.,1
rlmlreft
CUT FLOWERS
In town at Ini-rnt priced.      Give oi t trill la,r
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
69? Naislimis M., W. Vancouver, B.C
NORTH VANCOIIVER EERRY IIMI TABLE
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Choice City Lots-Cleared
CHESTERF1KLD AVENUE between Keith Road and 8th street,
a few 50 foot lots. Price $1200 each, terms one-fourth cash,
balance in 6, 12 and iH months.
9TI1 and RIUGEWAY. Double comer. Piice $1500. Terms one-
fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and lH months,
141H STREET, in Block 52. Two lots each size 50 x 156 ft. Price
$525 each.    Terms one-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months
15TH STREET. Two lots in block 52, each size 50 x 156 ft. Price
I500 each.   Terms one-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 monthi
4TH and SUTHERLAND. Corner. Price 11000. Terms one-
fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
310 and SUTHERLAND. Double corner. Finest view in the
City. Price I2500. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12
and 18 months.
12th STREET, in Block 83. Lots size 50 x 157 feet. Price |6oo
each.   Terms, one-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months.
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, full sized lot only $1500, ill cash
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, corner. Price I2000. Terms,
one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
OTTAWA GARDENS.   A lew choice lots at first cost.
GRAND BOULEVARD. Choice of all the unsold lots at first
prices.   Select neighborhood.    Building restrictions.
BEAUTIFUL HARBOR VIEW TRACT. A few full sized lots
yet obtainable (at first cost.) Prices from $175 to $230 each.
Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
LONSDALE AVENUE. A few remaining lots at first cost. Prices
Irom 1(473 to (300 each. Terms, one-third cash, balance in 6
and 12 months.
KEITH KOAD. Corner in block 5. Price $715, Terms one-filth
cash, balance in eight qtiaiterly payments.
Semi-Business Property
KEITH ROAD AND JONES AVENUE. Corner size 60 x 140 ft.
Price I2000. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 ind 18
months.
LONSDALE AVENUE in heart of the City. Site for business
block.   Size 100 ft. x 130 ft.   Price only J9000.
West Capilano
A few choice acreage tracts at prices that insure a handsome profit.
Lijnn  Valley
Acreage tracts and blocks at less than one-half the prices per acre of
adjoining lands that are subdivided and being sold in lots.
Estates
As we are Sole Agents for the sale of properties and a large number
ol Estates in the City and District intending purchasers get
the benefit of first prices as well as the largest list of North
Vancouver properties to choose from.
We have also a good list of property fronting on waterfront, 1st, 2nd
and 3rd streets.   A few snaps at less than prevailing prices.
FIRE INSURANCE in reliable companiei.
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.D. 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chief place of buiiness in North Vancouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Telephone 15
B. C. GA/KTTK
The current issue ol the ollicial government organ contains
the lollowing notices: .lohn Me-
Kee of L.ul mi and Charles B.
i.iilnnil' ol Atlin, to bc justices
of the peace; Wm. K. Scott,provincial exhibition commissioner
to be deputy minister ol agriculture; V. M. Sheilnne* to be a
member ol the license commissioners and the police commissioners for Phoenix; Kobt. Hawthorne English ol Suttiinerlaiid,
to be magistrate in thc small
debts court; A. lv. Craddock lo
bc secretary of the department
ol agriculture; Thos. LeMessur-
ier aiid Chas. Wrinch ol Vancouver to be notaries public; Andrew Il.isl.tm to be registrar ol
voters for Vancouver city, provincial timber inspector and av
sistant commissioner of binds
for ranges i and 2, coast district; Win. N. Rolle ol Nicola,
to bc registrar of the county
court of Yale.
The following companies art-
incorporated: Canadian Brewing Ik Halting Co., Ltd., capital $4oo,ihk); Vancouver Brokerage, Ltd., capital hifiOO[ Am-
algaiiiati-d Gold Mines ol Sheep
Creek, Ltd., capital (1,000,000;
Fort Steele Trading Co., Ltd.,
capital $y\i>"<i; Portland Wonder Mining Co., Ltd., capital
$6ot>,ooo; Vancouver Labor Temple Co., Ltd., capital Jum,mm;
North l'acilic Coal Co., Ltd.,
capital $3,000,000; Powell River
Paper Co., Ltd., capital 1)0,000
Ocean Falls Co., Ltd., capital
f6,ooo,<x)o; Steamer Cascade,
Ltd., capital Ji6,ooo.
The Southern Okanagan Land
Co., Ltd., makes application lor
five and one-hall cubic leet of
water per second, out of a
stream rising about one and one
hall miles east of lot 205.
B. L. .lohnson of Victoria,
makes application lor faMhoci
rights on Khtit/e island, Green
Inlet, and Bull00 A. Watdlev an
application for foreshore rights
on range 511.
The Ladysinilh Plumbing &
Heating Co.. have asslgtnd lm
the benefit ol their creditors.
A special issue ol the Gazette
dated November 1st, records thc
appointment of Price KUison as
j a member ol the- executive council and chief   commissioner   of
lands.
Thc lerrv St. George and
Charley's Aunt. Both running
on Nov. 17 and 18.
Wm. Newman, earetake-r for
the Vancouver vvateivvorks committee, on the- Capilano main,
is building a new residence on
his property in D. L. 579, above
the swing bridge.
District of North Vancouver
[AST CAPILANO WAUR DISTRICT
! NOTICK is hereby given that
it is the intention of the council
ol the Districi ol North Vancouver to apply to the Hon. the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council
after the lapse of thirty davs
Inun the lirst publication ol this
[Notice for a Certificate ol Ap-,
lum.il ol the proposed Water
Works System to be constructed for Kast Capilano Water
jWeirks District, which District
or Townsite is shewn on a map
thereol bled in lhe Land Kei^ls
try Oflice, in llu- City ol Van
couver, ami numbered 2812.
ALKX. PHILIP,
.     CMC.
North Vancouver, 3rd November, 1909. 10-13
For Fall Planting
llulll. fronj the best European and
Japan Kronen.
lliiiiii- grown fruit and ormtmental
in'-, k-ruwn on tip-land luii without ir-
ri*.'iiiinii, in the mily part of the American continent imt inle-att-d with the San
Jose ecale.
Ganh-n, Field and Khmer Si-edi—tent-
eel .tuck freim the bent growers in the
World.
Wire Fencing ami Gates.
Spray l'uni|is, Fertilisers, bee Supplies, t'ul Flneei-ni, Spraying Material!,
etc.
White Lata "nly*
New 157 |Ha|*.'Catalogue free.
M. I. HENRY
Greenltnurea and Seeelhouae-a,
3010 Westminster Koad, Vancouver B.C
Hrani-li Nuraerv!  South Vancouver
Builder* and
Contractor*
P. LARSON is  prepared to
supply
Lime, Brick,
Sand, Cement
And all kitidti of Building
Material itn|tiuntitieito suit
ami at reasonahle prices.
—APPLY—
HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER
TKI.KPIIONE No. 2,
Li|:id Valley Lumber Co.
Are prepared to deliver at shortest notice
;   ,    :    :   :   all kinds of   :   :    :    :   ,
Hough  and   Dressed
LUMBER
City Office, 39 Lonsdale Ave.   Pbont .16
P.O. 4HMMI       LYNN CREEK, 5. C.
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY
The quarter of Burarrd Inlet which was developed by the Canadian Pacific Railway, with
result of large Customs revenue to Canada, no longer satisfies the requirements olthe Dominion.
The time has come when the interests of the PROVINCE ANI) DOMINION
ALIKE DEMAND THE DEVELOPMENT OF GREATER BURRARD INLET, OF WHICH NORTH VANCOUVER CITY IS THE CENTRE AND
FOCUS.
North Vancouver his 10 miles ol waterlroctage available (or induitrics, shipping and railway bases.
The Canadian Government hai voted ,taoo,ooo, alio $6,400 per mile for bridging the Inlet
and connecting North Vancouver by rail with Vancouver.
The Dominion Minister ol Public Worki stated this summer on the Coast that if necessary
he would favor additional Government assistance to complete this bridge, and the expediting of
this connecting link, available by all railroads, now engages North Vancouver City and the
neighboring municipalities with the approval of thc Provincial Government
THE FERRY SYSTEM AT PRESENT CONNECTING WITH VANCOUVER IS UNDER CONTROL OF NORTH VANCOUVER CITY. AND EXTRA BOAT AND WHARFAQI ARE NOW BEING ARRANGED FOR
The Canadian Mexican Pacific Steamship Company, having selected and used North Vancouver as the objective point for their magnificent liner " Lonsdale," North Vancouver's official
lile as a port his begun. As far as human judgment can see North Vancouver's progress is
inevitably certain. Those in the country beit able to judge have expressed anticipation that
•he will be to Vancouver what Birkenhead is to Liverpool, and mav eventually do a ihipping
buiiness hrger than that done on the Vancouver tide.
North Vancouver'* population and building are incesiantly increaiing. Her Grand
Boulevard ii the largest on the American continent, and her real estate offers opportunities to
investors which cannot be bettered, and are possibly unequalled on the Pacific Coast.
Maps and printed information as to the City ol North Vancouver will bc supplied on
application to
North Vancoucr Land £i> I m|>rovement Co., []*:
Mahon, McFarland & Mahon, Ltd., Ltij., Official Amenta
CORNER PENDER AND SEYMOUR STREETS, VANCOl VER, ll.C. TIIK EXPRESS, NORTH  VANCOUVER, B. C.
Save your Piano by] having
an Expert  do your  Tuning
T. BRADLEY TAYLOR
260   Second   St.,  West
Work liiiaranli'i-'l.   'Drop I potUl ain.l
I'll iall.
MISS ALICE M, STEEDE
Experienced Tr.U'lli:.. Ol MJMC
Ortlttcite front Lei|iiigConierviUirluni
Tuition in LCngllil., r'reneii tnd iii-rniuu
Pupils prepei*M for letcheri' ind Unl-
•vi-rrity examinatloni.
L*moiii given it pu|iil'i rttlelenoi.
Ti •run, UodwtUa
Addm - i ipiltuo,  North Vincouver
\oitiiiu\ioiu:iiiiiiiii's m imu!.
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Mll.'M . M   lllal*,*' llll'l I   "   ll"''"' *
|it'].Hiliii. nl. mi*! a
la-run, *i" per m-itl*.
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Alii it11l:Ll
1st Strtet, l:. "j st- Andnws
.\'irih Vancouver
Ojf/iCJjfl lldsllll.it SI.        I.l'i
\Y. J. BALMAIN
WtVU,    IvNlalNKKH
ejiiantny seireoyur ami Arnaiei t
NOKIII   \A.NLUL Vi-.it.
1. U. U. K.
North Yaucouver Lodge, So
5r5, meeU «\ery Thursday evening, corner Lonsidale avenue and
lust street, at 8 o'clock. Vis.il-
uig 'ureliircii cordially invited lo
attend. l'.ilwin l'e-crs, N. Ij-;
Thos. I. Nye, Rec.-stc; J. H.
PUling, Fm.-usc.
board of Trude   ,
North Vancouver Board oi
Trade meets lhe third Tuesda)
ol each month, at b o'clock p.
a., in tht board room, City
Hall. Executive meeti the lirst
Tuesday ol each month. D. G.
Dick, President j J. R. J. Murray, Secretary.
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Ltud Clearing, >,nni|> and Hock
BUating. KSUI cart near Inline..
All Uamagea made goenl.
SMfbOTMSST     AtiitNCV
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f>*    J.otiMdule   Ave,
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Watclii-a  ailaal   l'lm:ka  Ue-.ini"!   Ud
Kepain'ii at mudtrtu peiett
A..   aT"fa*  gt-Mfel-aM,
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The shoreline ol Howe Bound The side lacing iln valley is cut tijict, whieh haa long Iwou clam
is characterised at Its northern sheer ofl, presenting a mighty oring lot transportaliuu Ucili
extremity, bj an abrupt turn precipice about a nuk lonj; al
imi.nils iiii i,isi, almost .a Its base and of the height noted;
right angles, upon the part ol its surface showing a dark slate
iiniii shores eii tins magnificent color, streaked with quartx*
body of water, From us point white, and worn smooth, vicli
tt whkh ilns tiun takes (dace,{nigh to a polish by the action
ilu* sound proceeds t«■ i a lurther lol ths elements, The either land-
distance ui imir miles tei its iii.uk is Mount Garibaldi, sit
Ihiiih ul contact arith Squamish
rivet, thus forming s long reach,
deep set between parallel colon*
.ides oi towering,  ragged  hills
anil   [Huenllii);   a spa- lulls    aiul
sheltered anchorage tor ships ol
aii\ si/.e.
Thc sitiiii features of thc immediate vicinit-, aie distinctive
snd striking, The commanding
mountain ranges ivhich have
shut in the waters ol the ocean,
project ilniiisiKes upon the
land, retaining their itrong and
rugged height for some* miles,
hut -jiailualli toning*down to
rounded lulls ud needing  ths
eilli   ll oil! lllc other lull alii    the
easl ainl lhe west.     The valley
iminetli.iiiii ai ilu- head ol tlu
ties, to lender its develop'acne
possible. It is nol uillieull to
lolesce   a prosperous iUl'lTC    for
the aie ol Newport when the*-,
splendid agricullutu*, lumlmiiig
tnd mining resource*;, which ate
tributary to it, aie nttwidcreci
llaie.d some' miles up "the'ealle'v,   '» ^»J>"'^»01. Willi Us ■ I.Ma,i ■
rising to ., height ol n, leet, dvaatagwof l**caUiMiw tot-ct
so ponderous snd majeatit that ***"! %**__? wlUl a11 ~*
lu appears to lairly^verhang P0"1 ■*"*
the entire adjaient uinio'v. ""■ ln-M\ mountain streams,
lu tins lituation ol -frcm nat- ullhh un' lullll(l '" ll"-' ricimtj
oral advantages is loca .<* the ul Newport, allord excellent <•»■ ■
new seaport which hu ippropti- portunity lor thc developmeut
atdy been named Nea po I, The01  waterpower,  and  adequate
townsite Itsell consists oi about provision has been made lor a
I teres, divided mie. apprtuo- rivii aratarworka ayatcm, by u
in.it*lv  ouo  lots.     The streets 90tMt record  ol  large  propor-
are spacious snd because ol the
i.ut lhat tha townsite is not)
level  and lhat   the   gTOUnd   hai
been uuilei cultivation i lanj
years, tlu grading, etc., will be
linns, upon a creek having it;
SOURS  in  a watershed  adjacent
to ihat from which Seymour
rivet uses. This creek gives a
head oi log icei and necessitates
-ringing ths watei S thst ance ol
|i.C. SCOTT, I'ra,|.ri.l«.r
A   lull nnil ttmtflM  >l'"k ..!   tirncriiri
Frmh,   hiiini I'l'iiliiit).   I'limr nnil t'.ril,
I'egitui'l". t.li- , l.i\>t nn limi'l
Dt:   ■ rj ni.,l.*t'..ll i'.n-"i
I'or. kniii Rmnl nml Mahon litiuic
Phtat
Net th I iiii. cm er
1.1
(11
It tn..in. in . i
a,I
all kind- ol Minii n ud Antique I ami-
Mm, Store, OSes, But* ami liar 1-1«-
lurca-     BtptiriOg ui all it. itjiu*n.-«
ki'm.mii uk -»ri>HAi.i.
171 7 a a: 1 lil ll'., B.l. I il.ala.Tli.M .11*1 LallMlall-
Uptaaaail.  nh*M,l
MAIL iik I'Kits given pr,nn|il attention
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. Mil,I.S
1'ioneer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hall
North Vancouver
HOSPITAL
(tjNI>l'(TKI)  IT
THE MISSES DAWSOS
CtrUflctUd Surgical, Mtilictl ami
Matnrnilv NultW
Demi Snt Out rn Apfdutlon
F..r   lerSH   tppll   tl   tin Hinpital
Or  16th striri >, St, lii'ii'n - Am*.
PHONE   69
ease .md inexpensive.    The lot
possess ihi* advantage of being only one* and ona-hall miles
entire!} cleat and ready at once Thc railwai   is no*   graded
sound, Is perhaps one and om [for garden or lawn. Irom tha east sidi ol Squamiah
hall miles nidi, and in it.ilm    Alunc. ilu eastern border oi river, acat Newport to Brakea*
comprises the dells ol thc Sepia- the townsite will run the tracks dale,  when* the caps and  piles
mish nur,  the major ami  llu   ol tin  Howe Sniiiul, Pemberton foi the bridge across   the   river
minor eh,muds ti which,  iiiiii V.ilhi ,\ N'liiilu'in Railway, ol an alrttdy in place,  and the
at  the- bate   "I   e.uh   eii   these  which lhe mil   ell\   is the :ea- bridge Umbels are nine bang -is-
great mountain rangea,     Thejport.   The tarritorj which will eembled lor the purpose of cou-
structing tin* bridge, npon the
completion ol which, the grade
will Immediately  be completed
to tidewater. l'ive huiielred
tons ol rails haee already been
delivered on the gleiuiltl alld a
lurther shipment ol metal Is due
mi the next blue lllllliel llller at
\ BBCOUver, Track laying w ill
begin iu the near luture, ud It
is expected that the rails will hs
in place ior a distance«>i eleven
miles Iiiiiii Newport beleirc lllc
eiitl ol Uie year, An order ior
lulling simk was placed tome
months ago, liltsen cars ol dil-
(eielit kinds being due lot eleliv-
ei\ ou Noi ember 15th, aud the
locomotives on December   151I1.
Tin* operatioa ol a construction
train mi ihe southern sad <>t the
line, will greatlj ladlitata the
eonstnietii'ii eai ihe line norlh-
waiil, anil it Is hoped that the
line will l>c completed lo l't-iu-
bertoli UaadoWS by the Autumn
of 1910.
, A sawmill with a tlaili caps
dty "I )0,000 leet, is now bi'llig
tWaCtcd   at   Newport,    and    the
timbers foi  the railway, etc*,
will in produced mi the ground.
Arrangements have be* made
im ilu 1.uli erection ol aa ai
iistie hniil structure, feu which
a still.ible  silt* has lit'ell set asieh'
.nnl ilns en 11 ippointed hostelry
will lie open im tin accommodation ol tourists and others,nexl
season.
An excursion numbering about
i,u  .'"ii puoplc was run  from Van-
ihe  couver 10 Neiepolt, nil  .Mollilav
ground is an level as a lawn and ,bt Opened up li) ihe lim s .,1 iln*.
alniiisi clear "i lores! growth, raiiw.n is om of magnificent it-
inn 1 un,' "i '\iiiisiei* meadoa   ourcei including as il dot
lands,  niinii Inr in,me   years great  agricultural possibilities
havt lieiii iindei cultivation,and ol   Squamish  and   Pemberton
roiighle divided into sections bt valleys, an ana whuh hai
.ni occasional thin line "i small luperioi in ilns respect  in
treis whuh have been  allowed province,    the  superb   timber week last, aad an excellent op
to remain uiiiiinlisted. treat  "i   the  Squamish,   .iie poruniiiv was afforded proapei
Two  outstanding   landmarks Uamquam, Un Cheakamus md live investors, to view the town-
(Iniiiiiiaie- tin I,mils, ap,-.tin  first othei ineis. uliiah ,m nm,uin    site antl its surroundings.
tnd nearest la a huge mountain ed by timbermen ta ^robablj    Among those who ware pre-
ol "bull' granite, rising on the the moil VtlutbU timbrt I mits mt   Irom   North    Vancotiuer,
eastern side ol  tbt river,  lu in llu provide al  lhe nrewnt were Aid. W. .1. Diek,  Donald
mediately al the head ol the lima, and the incau-ulahfi min* JMacLannan, B. C. Parry,   and
sound, to 1 liurjil ol J050 Ieet.'eral iiiallh ol the l.il!».et   dis-IOeo. II. Morden.
A card limn  Waller Owen,    Straight  Irom  Brazil  where
rtates lhat he trrived tl Atlin. '•" "uls' • l""li    Charity's
.,.. Wednesday, Octobei 27th al   A,,nl "" N'"v- '" "'"' |S
ter a delightful trip.    The last
boat lor tht season  hli    V* 1111
on Mmul.r.. Novemlii t  1st, alter
whiih 'I.ili   Havel \i ill In   ' 'ii
lucted by stage.
Ihe
Two ilunes imi e,m'l In ,ii    A
haul boiled egg  and  Charley's
Aunl oil Niiieliilael  1; an
Ui   .nul Mrs. .1. T. Regan, ol
Atllll,  II. (.'., spe 111 Sundae   last
with Ur, .unl Uis i-i .1 Barton,
III   Ull stllil
All.  Kigali   has   iellii'1    lim.I
Ins hardware business in Atlin
has bought  .1 In.mill' I pal
• i-i   ii .uli nu    mi   ;th   .1
n alleouver.
I/ANDIE
IHI  PAI Ai'l
01 SWIIIS
II Sll EN
IHI  IHIMI
01 01 tun
F. li. Bennet,     6JIonsdile
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PIONEER DRY GOODS, •
Gei.t' Furnishing: and Fancy   »
SHAW'S
Store.  Cor. 2nd& Lonsdale
HSTAHI.IhHll) li)nj
We are offering the following at cost price:
Silk shirt waists worth fj our price S:.i)n
A splendid line of ladies' underwear, all wool and
Heccc lined      1-3 oil
l'laliuellette- worlh I2'.c. for   loc
Plannellette worth 15c for  12V
l-'lannelletle worth 2oc for   15c
Wrtpperette from 10c to 35c per yard
Our new stock of jewelery has arrived and is open
lor iiis]iection.    Chttp,
Combs, fancy collars, handkerchiefs and belts in
great variety and at prices that will compare
favorably with Vancouver
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DRESSMAKING 01- TIIK PREMISES.
Ph.ne 37
Aitistic DuIlM .. ...mi Workmanship
Moderate Prices
LA.W& KNOWI.KS
P.O. Box 26
A.RCHITKCT8   AM)   BuiLOEltfl
We Can Desinn and We Can Build
A
FEW
SNAPS
50-fcot  Lot on  Fifth Street
t'lime I" Lnnnlali- ,tee*iiue. ('Mm, imp*
third i'***.li, balsaes I and IL'.
50foot Lot Close to Lonsdnle
Ne-urly clesh d, l-.vi.  }i;5 >'»-*h, btisnei
(inper intiNili. nu iiiiiii!.i
Special Snap—Close to
Waterftont
I'lr.iml   rtiul doM  I-'  pffOWgud   brul^p.
HBO.   IIOOoMh, bftamMtfl, \2 ami lv
C. E. LAWSON
Real Estate Specialist 15 Lonsdile Ave.
l'lione 70
PALACE
HOTEL
Km-
ti.oo per nud up.
Spi cial rat'-s to lam*
iiim ^nd lo regular
boardiis	
finesi Ri M on coasl
M
REDA&ANDRUSS
StCOMD SlRKET,
PHOPHIETORS
•   -   NURTH   VANCOUVER, B. C.
MAY A: BURNS
Ke.il l-.-t.ili* .onl I'liiaiu isl r\|Sntl
l.ot its, Hlock 2S, I). 1. 273.    Trice Hoo.   5423 cash
Hal.nne 111 h and 12 inoiilhs
l.ol 7, Block I, D. I„ 173, with two room house
Price ftooo,    Half cash, balance to 20 niotiths
in acres in Capilano, east sitle.    Price Si/.S".   One-
third cash, balance I and 2 years.
T, acres in S.K. ', I). 1. 1046.    Price f.tooo.     One-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and ll months.
Cates* Wharf
FOOT OF ROGERS AVE. NOKTH VANCOUVER
Dockage for Steamers
Warehouse Accommodation for all purposes
&AND, IMI,  BRICK,  CENtNT, GRAVEL
COAL and LUMBER
(joods delivered il desired. Prompt service
APPLI IT w\m n WHARF
Or at  Rooms 12 anil   13,   Pitch  Hlock,   Vancouver
PHNE 136
^,vvvvywMvvv^.^^^L^A'l^^>^l«^>^*^>^l'^^>^t«■^»^»%>^>^>M»^ the express, north Vancouver, b. c.
Good
News
RAILWAYS IN B.C.
No excuse now for not
BUYING THAT   PIANO
Contracting for several hundred
pianos, tijy oo to $450.00 grades
at a big cut fronl Manufacturers'
Wholesale Prices, enables us to
ship in
CARLOAD LOTS
and hy the "new harness system," saving to us many dollars
in freights alone,  we are now
selling
Popalir   Dependable   Pianos
*275    fjcjo    I300   11325
Ib.oo to (10.00 per month
When you deal with us you get the
best that Tn L»Rc;esr Piano Com-
t fhn in Wastaan Canaiia, backed
by 3S YKARS  PRAllllAI   UPSBtSHCT
and an abundance of capital, can
give.
Montelius Piano House, Ltd
■IIUI Haiti... Straatl ttMt
Vancouver,      •       •       B.C.
These Numbers
Have Won
These are the numbers lor the
moiilh of Ocloln-r,whose heddcrs
are entitled lo a lot) piece china
dinner set:
4.W7 -I'M"" 51996
ho24« 65III   ,S*l-\t7
he moo J0IJ3
7 i.s.ih 49007
The hedtlers etl these numbers
have used Koval Slaiul.ini
Flour hmNM it is a superior
Hour. They have also proliled
bv our gciicious policy ol fiving
,111 ai Ine 1 -ach month a beautilul iin) piece china dinner set to
each holder ol the ten winning
num Iters.
Ii vou have not already used
Royal Standard Flour, order a
sack today You will gel the
hlghesl sallslaetion 111 every detail ol yon baking and conking,
besides the opportunity that   is
desi iibeil here.
Koyal Standard Flour embodies mpenor Hour goodness.
\l.inui.ia tilled bv
III
VANCOUVKR B. C.
Hrw DNiinister Und District
District ol New Westminster
TAKE NOTICK that William
Robert  Stanley, of Vancouver,
occupution, rancher, intends  to
apply lor permission to purehase
the  lollowing   dcsi-ril-ed   lands;
J20 acres more or less, comnini
cing at a post planted about IJ
chains south ol the south-east
corner ol lot IJ39, thence south
Kn chains, thenee east |0 I hains,
thence  norih Ro chains,   thence
west 40 chains more or less  to
the point nf MMMKtfMt
WM   IOBT STANLEY
per WM   DAI./IEL DUKfl
Agent
Dated August  -4, 1900.       j 1 -
Continued from page J
30,0011 h.-p, developed, and 1
further 311,0110 ready for use,and
besides operating an extensive
system oi railways, it supplies
light, heatj, antl power in Victoria, New Westminster, Vancouver, its suburbs, and adjacent
districts. What the development of its territory has been
during the last live years may
be deduced from the fact that
the net earnings of this company have from -£58,762 in 1904
risen lo £211,776 in 1909—earnings for July 1909 showing an
increase of 26 per cent, over
those of July, 1908. This company is now building a line from
New Westminster to Chilliwack,
a distance of some 70 miles,
through the above described rich
land along the Fraser river, oi
which there are hundreds ol
thousands of acres available for
cultivation at moderate prices.
The district ol which Chilliwack is the centre, resembles in
many ways the best portions oi
the older provinces ol Kastcrn
Canada. Much land has been
taken np and cultivated, so that
one may see great stretches ol
lie-Ids ol grain and hay, nourishing orchards, and well kept
farmhouses that speak eloqucnt-
y ol their inmates Chilliwack
111 common with other points in
the Fraser valley, has had hitherto to contend against entirely
Inadequate transportation facilities. It is a sale prophecy
that within two years ol ils
completion the Hritish Columbia Electric Railway's line will
|iass through cleared and ctilti-
vatt-d   counlry   the   entire   dis-
Unce from New Westminster to
Chilliwack.
The company will use jo ion
electrical locomotives (or this
class ol trallic, so thai wlinli
trains ol logs may be drawn
from any part of the line lo
New- Westminster—an Important
mutter, a.s some of the best timber laid in the lower Fraser
valley is lapped by the line.
How great is the activity in
Vancouver city today mav be
judged from late lact that on
one day alone this vear the Hritish Columbia Electric Railway
carried 74,0011 persons, but it is
sale lo say lhat when that emu
pane's extensions are completed
when the C. N. R. terminals
are lullv established in Vancouver, and when the present great
inllilx of trade has had a litlth
lime, to mature, there will lie
proportionately as great an increase over the traele of todav,
as the trade of today has 111
crtascd over lhat ol the city's
first vears.
3, L* Cripps has iu course of
erection a new house in block
15, D. L* 273, 6th street east of
Sutilierlaiul avenue.
All new houses should be piped for gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure for this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
POWER CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
COAL
NEW WKLL1NGT0N Coal
direct from the mines.
Place your orders now and
*■'*, ur» i'ini winter's supply.
Urge shipments will arrivt
in a (ew days. Prices right.
Large supply of WOOD
always on hand	
P.   LARSON
Hotel North Vancouver
Telephone No. 2.
Vancoaver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN 4 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
District of North Vancouver
i
3rd street, cor  Lonsdale ave
BLACKSMITHING
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
ETC., ETC.
Tool Sharpening a specialty
It MilRS I OK UIB1MIRI ISSUtS
TENDERS are invited by the
District Council for the following Debenture Bonds to be issued, viz;
1. ^30,000 of General Debentures at a'/i per cent for 30 years
2. $17,474.40 of Local Improvement Debentures guaranteed by the District at 5 per
cent for 20 years, AND
3. $15,000 of Water District
Debentures guaranteed by District at 4/, per cent for 30 years
For further particulars and
copies of By-laws apply to subscriber, with whom Tenders
must be lodged before 7 o'clock
p.m., on 18th November next.
ALEX. PHILIP, C.M.C.
Nortli Vancouver, October, 1909
319 Pender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
ARCHITECTS
E.STANLEY MITTON.M.I.C.A
ARCHITECT
619 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B.
MUSIC
Prol. JOS. E. NTkNHEKGEk
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Hal!, Cor.
Robson and  Granville  Streets.
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
U. W
Phone 463
WAITT & CO., LTD.
558 Granville Street
Pianos - Talking Machines -
Music Goods
Thc oldest music house in B. C.
AUCTIONEERS
Why is a mouse when il spins?
Hci ause Charlei's Aunt nn Nov
17 alld 18.
1URRARD  INLET AT  DAYBREAK
By R. lv Maeiiaghten
The dawn has come; yel still the
moon is high,
Aiid  smiles sercnly on  these
liaeeit'il shores,
And still a stream   nl   silvery
rudlaiiee pours
Dn   vonder   tree elad   headland
Earth and sky
And lanil-lnekeil   waters   'neath
ller inllllellee lie
In this lasl hour  nl   sl111nl.1i
Mortal eye
Nr'et |tas4 mi lain-r or nmie
pi ae clul MM
And nine   Ihi' sun  lists   in   his
strength
Ami   ilotnls   tin   wow clad
heights,  Yaitiniiver Isle
With mseate splendour, lllllll all
Uhe length
01 mount inn range and lofsat,
answering, .smile,
And all thy (airy waicis glnee
Iietween:
While,  lar aliove, 1,lived    In    .1
Master-hand
" The   Lions "   imiiih,   ('.mi's
guardians of the land.
Tbc above cxiellenl poiin.froiii
the pen ol a well known North
Vancouver townsman, R | M.i,
naghten, occupies .1 pt'iiiiiiiini
place in llie Canadian Maganiu
lor November.
The   North   Vain ouver   rati
paycra' saaociatloa tost n Men
lav last and adjourntd, to hold
their regular annual Bestial mi
Monday evening 110.1 ,it light
o'clock p 111., in Larson's pavilion.
The Right Paint
For Your House
0
IT DOORS or io, choose ML
Pure Feints lor your money
hei ause they do sll sny paint
can do   and will Isst longest snd be
puinl. The special ingredient used only
in M L Paints fortifies surfaces (hey
cover ajainsl TtOITY colon,
I whllo ond
block, for
evory paint pier-
poiOa Sold by
deal*r.i whoa*
roputalloo wor.
ml. your con,
lldoac* la all
thiy ictl. Made
by thc Imperial
Varalah aad
Color Co., Ltd..
•I      Toronto
the ills thsl
destroy other
paints so quickly.
HL paints protect besl, cover
belter, snd satisfy. Hade of
duaranterd pure
materials, mixed
wilh 17 years knowledge of paint-
making for practical painters.
dints
A. M. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
66 Hastings street west
is the only auctioneer who will
pay spot cash before the sale is
conducted
BARRISTERS
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Street
Phone 996
S. D. Schultz        C. S. Arnold
bAlHs
kallethe's Bath
Comer Homer aud Pender Sts.
The only up-to-date and reliable bath house 111 British Co-
lambii-
We cure where others fail.
Sslisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plain baths, electric baths,
shower baths, missige for body, scalp ud face; electro therapeutic baths a specially.
JOS. KAI.I.ETHE, PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin, Germany
MR II. A. POWELL
is open to receive pop li for
instruction mi tin* Violin,
'Cello and Cotiti.t Bass,
Very painstaking with children,       MllMl   I ,i|l|('(l III |t|*',
O'Brien Hall,    Cornet Hastings
ami IIoiihi Stuns.
Phoae L4160
IACIES  HAIRC RFSSiNG
Lml a,*, trhoslwiyi aim tn I ok up-in*
■lata-aiiuuiii a,iH nai Madam Uuspuejn.
Sill' ll. l'J ll.t   i.iiii.dK aitrui- wilt] "'
l'i Rs. »l»,i il e net) ( hlfi-OB,   A Ih-hiiiI-
fill Nl uf puff, la 11V I"* Mai fr, Di fi DD,
ilil,I 11 lii'lllltllial «;., , "leni'li fr,en S3 Ml,
lit Uariialei imd ll.iit Oriiiannw in
pistllriety,all ''.'.Curl. Bauaa, Ite.
sbisipmini, Miinienirlni, 1 mir Btate.
uti:, *-c.il|, In atn * >, ale.,11*
MADAM! HUMPHHKYI
M iir.ur iill Sir.-. I
ijPTIOIANS
BUSINESS COLUGt-S
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
JJ6 Histings St. W.
Canada'a Qraalaat Woitorn School
k. J. Sprott, B.A., - - Manager
PITMAN'S
Business College
632 Seymour St., Vancouver
Day school open all  the  year
lound.    Night school commences September 8th.
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
G. duatc Optician
All work paraatated
Consultation free
49 Hastings st.'-et west
Opp. Cuiiic'iaphonc theatre
fHl'L.Hn.'HM,*,
MAKTEL'S  STUDlO
- PHOTOGRAPHERS -
122 Hastings Streei West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
The best equipped studio on the
coast. l'lione 3228
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIO
Family Group Specialists
Cabinet size, $3 per dozen
Cor. Carrall and Cordova sis.
A. SAVARD, Proprietor
KJUilL FRAMING
—^^^^^T       Carried In full uiertmant by
NORTH VANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY
I 01 VI    \UINI**
IBVKNTEEN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
We can handle ai many more.     II you are thinking of building
sn us and talk thr matter over
CAMPBELL & MILLER
205 Lonsdale Ave.
North VancottTar
HERE
N' w  enterprise on  Lonsdale  Avenue,  No.  44}
B*twe*n 4th and Ma Strretn.
The North Vancouver Piano Co. &
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Will w>ll jriiu any initrument wantod and tearh eon Iww tn plat-
them.    I.'.*.*., yunr piano tuning order! at thii place.
Call inal .ee ua.    Kaay term, ixlaiuinl to yon
Ai.l. noons anii work aVatiUKRO
CHIROPRACTIC
■PM-iM-wci
HC1UKE FRAMING
We have the largest stock of
mouldings tn B.C.to select from
ao when you want framing done
cheap and well get our prices.
BAILEY BROb. CO. LTD.,
540 Granville and 138 Cordova
MtAL tSTATt
1 liiM>l>rtrili' t*  ihr
cut- «n i   n 1
< ft utaaMgi
Olil) IllM-l'   ■' ■■■!     ll.
' ;..i)l  al.lr to In
na  l liir.-t>r«< Uf     I In-
ittf   •
am, IM   . ili.ertnr.il < lmi-|.f»i lie,, gradual-!
|'nliilr> lioul ni ChlluHll'I'i    I'tti '-I'- rl, l'i*»»
Oftl*, muii lo. < "uui, K >t.*uL j
■ ll>-I,   I'tn Ut- LIU.'*     Il-i'.rt   1   Hi J    1 unsulli-
linn iii ! ■ taniinaiioli !'■ r
OtTtCTWE ACslNCIlS
Canadian Detective Bureau:—
Keep your eve on
EAST  VANCOUVKR
HEIGHTS	
For particulars apply to
iOIDSM & THORNTON
Phone 815      4411 Homer Street
lurWiiri' Guarantee iV
:vcry*hwe Scniriiics L'orporatioii Ltd
Vancouver Offiii'      111 l.ni|
'ai'l II.i.lll.U' .1. Wttm I'hulie WJi
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
DYeiNQ AND CLIANINQ
l'KKTII DTBW01KI
Anderson tk Hilton, Proprietors
living, Cleaning, Pressing
Ladies' dresses, silks,   laces   a
specialty
SAL1-: A HKKWITT
Agents, Norlh V-eiienuvu
onocens
CHRAI'SIDE GHOCKUY
C.r.O. WAGG
Groerrtci and Provisions
Wholesale ind Ketnl
116 Il.niings St (downitsirs)
Ilelivf-nr Tuesdays and Fridays
440 Seymour Street
HEAL ESTATE
LAND ANU UOkTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
mi dhoiaxci
k. Kerr Houlgate - - - Manager
RiaTAUrtANTS
All North
eat al
Vsncouver   people
LEONARD'S
Either Flick Hlock or Histings atreet, oppoiite   thc   new
j Post OlTice.      Leonard sells his
tes by the pound.
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WATCHMAKinb
English  practical  watthmaker;
I .i.tlalished iWtiy
S|',ei,ilty,   n;i.tiling
toQciiooni,
■1J Csrnll Street THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS     j  The  splendid   nm   raaldenct
  which is being built lor Are In
ieet Hv. \\ at son, ol Vancouvei,
Christophei Columbus discot   ,lt thecoma ul Looadale ave
crcil America, imi nol Charle
::nil siieti, is progressing
Aunt at North Vancouver, on rapidly, and will prove an at*
Nov. 17 ami i*s. tractive leature ol the vklnltv,
b ii. Wolfe Mi rton ol Vancou
m 1 md umili will occup) the residence oi W, L, ,,in. Mis* Keene,
during tbeii sbseuce in England.
The ,ti 1 ni veiling ul palatable
criticism, in the form ol .1 join
ua-* manifested with delicate
lines: e in ont ol 1 nr prominent
citizens, uiio dropped nun .1
Vancouvi 1 telegi aph office one
da) ihii wx*k, and .u. > 1 writing Ins tei gran ind pa tne lor
its transmission, ■ iggesled to
the clerk, that, .is the telegram
u.is 1111 important bualneai it
might he  wise lor him   [the
.sender I  tu a.UTY  lt llllll self,    ill
order to ensure Its speedy trans
mission and salt delivery.
Rn llnliniiislir Luml llislriil
DisciuI ol Neil Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that A. F
Lloyd oi Campbell Kiver, occupa
tion fish 11 .ndi n, islands to appl;
im permission to pun hsss tin' 10I
Inv 1 ; d-isi 1111 al Isndi About
150 acn-.    Commeacing at a piisl
planted on tbe sorth nest eorm 1
ol lot 568, thaw 1 east 40 chains
Minn 01 if-s tu slinri' ul llnisi
Shoe Lake, tht SOS in a nurth and
southwesterly direction around
-lum  ui iiursishoe sad Naatoa
Lakes in print .it eiminienceuu'iit.
ALGERNON I* LLOYD,
Oct. 4th. I909
Furniture
Foe tlwl lew I'l'IUiii- nr inaii-i"i.
11 eehal enn want.
A MORRIS CHAIR
I., ea ninn.
LLAIHLR Sr A110 (HAIRS
In early   KinM-i   Sl i»li   Million .It'll'
COICHLS AM» UAYLNPORIS
Sm our CROCKERY  DEPT.
I'.'iUtiflll
97-piece Opaque China Sets $25
Housuurnishings,      Carpet Squares
ttc, Etc.
it III **M If WEBS
54   ""i  56   I ."..il.i.   Av*.
BulkrkkS   FASI1I0N5
The ladies ol Norlh Vaiicuiiver   will   lie   pleased   to
know that it is no longer necessary lor them to laaw
iliiiiii their sewing and louse s dav In going to Vancou-
\<i in Bearch ol s Buttericlt Patten.
From the number ut enquiries lot these goods, we
lound it necessary tn add this department to uur ever
Increasing business, and all sdmit that it fills a long-felt
leant In this citv.
Don'l [ail to get the "Delineator" every month, 15c.
Butteries lashion hook lor winter 25c.
All Patterns 10 and 15c. •
Singer Sewing Machine*
when yon want a machine, don'l forget that are represent the tSingei Machine taa in North Vancouver, aad
1,ui supply eon eeitti the must iiiuelerii machine, cither
"ii all cash ur ease payment SVStema, A slock always
"11 Ii.iiiii iu select iiinn.
J. J. MCALEECE
KEITH HI.OCK
LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 03
SEE US FOR
SASH  DOORS  MOULDINGS  BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,  ETC, ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACIORY, foot of St. George
We walieit a trial hid nu MB i inter, small nr llMe,
Cleared  Lots
In Block 334, D.L. 330
These lots are all on graded streets. In fine neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevaxd. Water, telephone, electric light.
Price* $600 to $700
14M TERNS
S. GINTZBURGER
LIMITED
THE NOKTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
163 Cordova Street, Vancouver, I. C.
V. 0. BOX 386.
ALEXANDER F. KEILLY
thrganiat antl Chtiirmailer uj St. .tndr-w'* Church
Tnifltrr  nf Piano,   Vocal  and Theory
11 desired Pupil" prcparad lor the
Torontn t'n'vt'nity hxaminatiom
C/    /'   ,.   Ml Ds»l# atrrl, Vhmir tUSO, Ymirmtirr
• IIUI ins: ^} ;,„„„/„/, imm I'hont Sttrth Vtnrturtr
Nnrth Vancnuver, Tnemlaya0 Frl.laj-a.   Kefi-reiiee: Kev.Mr. (lillam
ABL YOL GOING TO BUI D ?
rome to us fur the money unit repay it
to suit yourself
BY HONTHY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOTS POR SALE
JOHN  ALEXANDER & CO.
HEAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
131 Lonsdale Avenue
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!!     (ALL AND SEK THE NEW
■•     ASSORTMENT OF
Silverware
Given
Away
li    AS PREMIUMS TO CASH PURCHASERS AT
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McMillans
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WHO  CARRIES  YOUR  INSURANCE?
We arc sole agents for
Conin' ,ci?l Union Assurance Co,, Ltd., of
London, England.iwhose assets exceed
$86,000,000
LYNN VALLEY
We have some extra choice lots, 50x140,75,
.••tain 100 yards of car line, with every
city facility.   Price $2,50 each.
$50 rash, balance $10 per month.
These are absolutely the best buys in this
charming valley.
HENRY   EVES (SL CO.
Tlii't.enuim- Nnrth Vamouver SpeciuliieU
67 ANO 69 LONSDALE AVENUE. PHONE 6
North Vancouver.
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