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VOLUME 8
NOKTIl YAMOi:\ EK, B. C, FRIDAY, JU.NE IH. 1901).
NUMBER 17
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IHE PREMIER
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It is s.ilt- in say thai llif 111-
casioli oi thf Officii! opi'iimg ol
the new steel bridge over Sey-
mour creek, erkich transpired mt
Tuesday, was unt' iii llif i»-**sl
auspicious eveiits which OU yel
taken plan- in North Vancouver
citv or district. Tin- principal
guests nl tin- district were m-
inii-i Richard McHridc, Unci
Commissioner ol Lands ami
Works Thomas Taylor, President of Council t. 1.* Carter-
Cotton, and Geo. II. Cowan,Al.
P., while about one hundred invited guests had the pleasure ol
meeting these prominent personages aiid of partaking ol regal
hospitality at llie hands ol tin
dislriel oi North Vancouur.
The premier and his parly arrived at the lerry laading ,u
10.15 a.m., and were Immediate;
ly conveyed in automobiles tu
BtqmtOV creek bridge, wliillit.
the oilier guesls had been conveyed, aiid were awaiting theii
arrival.
The proceedings were opt-tieii
bv Reeve .McNaught calling (01
three cheers lor Premier Mt
Hride, the lirst premier to visit
North Vancouver, alter wluc.
the reeve read lhe following address:
To the Honorable Kicliard Mtliridf, Premier of Briusn Columbia.
Sir,—We, the council of tli
district ui North Vancouver,
extend to you a mosl hearty
welcome on lliis your lirsl olh-
cial visit to our district. We
heartily welcome alfci tour esteemed colleague, the lion minister ol public works, on his
lirst visit, and the lion, the president of the council. We sincerely hope that to you all th
visit in,it be one of real pleasure.
The event you have knnlh
come   to   celebrate   wiih   us,
namely, the oflicial opening ol
the second of our large steel
bridges, is, we believe, one ol
very great importance to our
district. These two bridges
have been eri-t ted by the council
at a cosl ol, lor Lynn bridge,
$9,500, and for Seymour' bridge,
of Sh,7(Ki, including the new approaches.
The bridges vert designed bj
and the work uf construction
was Carried out under the su
pcrvisiun of our esteemed municipal engineer, Donald Cameron,
who has had much experience iu
all kinds ..I municipal work.
As a council wc are entrusted
wiih the opening up and development ol a very large municipality and one which tails (or
many roads and bridges, ninth
are expensive lo construct Already n.Wcs of roads are opened
in the district (outside the citj
ol North Vancouver), but large
areas ate being divided [of settlement in very small holdings
throughout the satin district
from Whine Clill ciiy mi llu
west In Deep Cote 1111 tin* cast,
-ami the scUlciiuiii ,,| tlu-.sc
areas even to a limited extent
will involve the building ol verj
many more miles nl raadi and
many bridges.
The heavy timber taken oll
the land has lell a vast number
ol roots lo be removed in n.,ul
building, and this and the niiiii-
Iht of bridges of all si/.cs re-
i|Uired make load building ven
expensive in the distriet. To
carry forward (lie work nl making good roads as ci'oiioiiiii.illt
as possible, we have this vear
purchased a Complete road
building outfit, consisting „| a
stone breaker, a steam wagon
lur hauling ruck tu the roads,
a,;„j,.jM;,,j..|»H"XHi'vvvvvvvvv*,-
and the good work nutt being
done by your workmen upon ita
mads promised, am
ttt'
It 111 silt hope that tins work ..... in
curried mil 111 huge measure
lliis season.
Hut' we lake Ihls oppoi iiniii
lo most respeelltiiiy lay
yuu and your colleagues
we regard as ten strong
(rom the fact thai frequent
leg,iimns had waited upon
gOVCl lilllt'Ul
\ am 1.uver.
1 uii ne
\t 1,1.
I,nu.
lor linancial assistance num IIH
provincial   treasury   io assist
Willi lhe general road woii\ u
the dlstricl,  anu  in  paruiulai
witli mc opening uui aim improvement ol sutit main uiu.
roau> as lhe Ktiili mad, Hum
Deep Cove to While Um city,
tlie Capilano road, 10 connect
with lhe large and neaiiUltil upper Capilano valley, ttiin us
wealth ol limber, and ,i roatl
lo similarly open up llie great
and rich Lynn aim bcytiioui
valleys, with llieir mines am,
timber. These main mails .1-
lone involve a very licit \ outlay, but their opening up means
very much tor lhe district, and
also lur the provincial! U'ciMii 1
The amount ul aid lu be given
iu this way should bear somi
suitable proportion tu m.u
which has alreadj been given
lor main roads ami bridges 111
other municipalities in uie pi..
Mine, and keeping in mind llu
lad that so far this district has
not had any provincial aid wtu
its road wurk, excepting iiu
roads now being built under a*
greenieiii with purchasers, ami
a sum o1 l5,8oo, given in respect of a loss ul $12,000 ui
taxis Irom land resold liy the
g. ternini-it al abmil >*>u,uuu
mure than thev lirsl ttue sold
for.
We desire alsu tn approach
you on lhe suiijcil ui giving .11.1
to secure the cotislnuliun ul a
jiiint railway and traffic bridgi
across ilu- Second Narrows   to
connect this district wilh the
railway systems, and put an
end to its insularity, ami alsu
to build a few miles oi railwav
in Norlli Vancouver. Ue have
ahead} nn several ..nasiuiis
stated reasuiis   lur   urgency   in
illis matter, .md these we need
not now reiterate
We have all'eadv had encouraging assurances Irom your
government, and we believe ihat
it only remains now either tt.
find lhe besl means lo cant ..ul
ihe w<iik so as lo secure the
grant oflcred for u i,v ihe federal government, or thai youi
government undcrukc ilu- whole
work as a provincial undertak
mg, 111 the same ttat as tun
undertook the l'lasti rivet
bridge.
If a joint undertaking is deem
ed best   tie   ale   willing   as   a
council iu recommend tin dis-
ind ratepayers lo be partj it.
il in a substantial waj provi J
url your government agrees 1,.
contribute as much in aid as
the districi ratepayers aie ttii!
ing lu invest in ihe undertakin-j
Wc hate pleasure in s.r. m,;
lhat lhe last lm* teals has lieen
all STS nl glial progress foi mil
distiict   ill  spile  ul   the  serious
disadvantage arising (rom nm
almost insular position,      In
in.u.| the whole dislrut 1 incluu
ing whal is now the city A
Nurlli Vancouver), had a pops
latlon of only lOOOj mm it is
5000. Ill 1904 the assessed til
nation of the whole was oat*,
11,031,150; itiitv il is $7o"",   ■".
in 11-114 the lumber uf municipal voters in the ilistrut w.i ,
J74; 11,nt in the tilt and dislriel
Ihere ale  (IOO Miters.
Again expressing our pleasiiu
at having yuttrsell and yn If
colleagues present wiih us ofl
am. a steam mad ruller,   at   a	
total cusl nl «Mn,ooo, aiid   this tliis occasion,
plant is mm   nearly   all   ready ' We .ite sir,
for Use. Vour obedient servants,
The eotnuil heart ilt sppreci-1 By order of the Council
ale the work nf road opening' In replying, the prcmici Ital
undertaken by your government \*& that while this was his lirsl
ai the sake of government lands! visit to North Vancouver, y*et
in the district sonic time  ago,'for six years  he  had  watched
with interest the growth and
development ol tie city and the
llslini.     lie had been kept   in
ine with the progress oi events
dt-
        lhe
ill behall ol North
'Iliis ttas probably
a triennial event and the deb*
gallons always had 1 good
itorj to tell. 'Ihey always
made 1 strong case, lhc government had at all times .shown
a disposiiit.il tu accord every
cuiisiiiii'.iiiun to the propositions submitted, and to give
such assistance as their ability
would permit, ll uas conceded
that the principal item in which
North Vancuuver was Interested, ttas the bridge across Second Narrows, and It was recognised that all eliurls should lie
centralised iur the purpose oi
all.uning this object, and to secure all the assistance possible
fruin the government ai Victoria.   The government had given
encouragement ihat, when conditions were light, .sliell asslsl
aiue wi.iild be lorthcommg. Gi-
g,uilli slli.les had been made ull
this side oi the Inlet dining the
past live years, sufficient lu justify the belief that within three
veats the bridge should bc in
leeiiinplislud Iai I.
This community had a ngiu
iu look lor aid Irom the provincial government. The diatrict is young, but he must admit that Mlillt,ilinns ale strung,
and the wliule case constitutes
all  llicstlhlc tase   in   lavor    ul
government aid, All the conditions musi 1-c considered, the
coat ul the structure, the physi-
al obstacles to be overcometjthe
general burden that must be
borne in order to complete the
work, the grant already made
available by the guvctntiitill at
Ottawa, and likewise witat   tllc
adjoining municipalities mav i«
disposed to do to assist ilu- project.      It   is  lhe desire oi  tin
government to secure lor north
Vancouver cheap ir.uiu  lacili*
ties,   .111.1   ttlitil   the   mmlltlulls
ars propsrly arranged, um government would nui hesitate io
do its pari tOVald that end, lit
devoting thereto such a portion
ul public funds as may lan It
be titlll/.ed [or lhe purpose
The premier tiun paid a
strung tribute tu Hon. V. I,.
Carter-Cotton as a representative, tnli devoted in the interests ui liis constituents, and a
member  wlu.se presence  is ..i
gtcal  t.ihle and strength tu lilt
government, He passed hue
encomiums upon Hon, Thomas
Taylor, chief commissioner  ol
lands aiid wurks, slating that
he ttas the Snt lllllllstii    tn   In
appointed for the purpoie ..1 d<
voting lus entire attention   to
mads, streets, Hails alld bridg
es. Hitherto ihe government
had in.uh grants Em these purposes in only unorganised dis
iritis,  but  for the past   twelve
monthi thej had bun alsu assisting district municipalities
in this rennet, il North Vancouvei had a g....d tase tu presenl, the thul commlisionci
would iiui inal 11 difficult tu
persuade   the   government   1..
make aileipi.it' t \|.. n.Iiluif mi
this behall. Il Itillsl be remembered, lluttctii that the gol el n
llflill    is   llll    tlilslri    ul    llu   ill
lire pi>> iim,   ..i.l must ,1.Iiiii 1
inter publii funds wilh a two
lu the greatest benefit in   i; (
tt In.l.
The premier highlv   rompli
llltilled   the   district    UpOfl    the
bus'illessliki. 1 Iial.11 Itt ul the ad
111inisif.1tia.il, as manifest in the
nature ol the budge which   he
saw    beli.re   htm.     He   aim .11
was a strong advocate oi the
theory ol permanent struct inn
uver innn,iinnt highways,      A
structure ul steel and ttnielll,
stub as St \ in- .tn   . ink   '.aa I,*,
would stand lor ages, s i- .nu
ment to the pound business i i
thuds ul llu   nun   iilm   gtmli'l
tin* affairs .•! iln distriit m al..
early dat I ..I ils . visit uu
A pair ui golden seiners -v. s
tllell    pi ii ntnl    In    the  in, mil "
l.v Mis.* Newman, with  a huh
111- lilt   the rtbliiitl   VtllJt'h  ball' I
the entrance, and declared the
bridge duly opened for irallic,   j advantages en joyed by the north
Ilnn. Thomas Taylor,   chief shore, and expressed the convic-
commissioner    oi    lands     ami  lion that the past was but au
works, in a short ami pointed [ sanest ul iln* future, ami tur-
speech, referred tu the building ther, that the luture demands
ot such structures   as   marking that WS be yet iiniii diligent in
in epoch in the advancement of | order thai nothing be overtook
the district,   lie referred tu iht
greal   KSOUrCM ul  the  viiim. *,
including excellent water power,
wealth ul umber and minerals
as well as a liiagtuiieeut harbor  rows bridge vvullld nut  lie
ed iliai wiiuld contribute 10 lhe
attainment oi all that was pus
libit,      lit   assured  Ills bean is
that iln matter of Second Nai
(.t.i
and    luieshnre. llu-    gre.it
transportation companies teen
not Unmindful of these resources, oi which there was significant evidence,   He concluded by
slating that it would be a pleasure lo lum to be ol such service
as lie t..uld to (forth Vancouver
at any time.
The Ctrcmonicc at the bridge
completed, ihe entire assembly
was conveyed direct tu Hotel
Nurlh Vancouver, where a luncheon awaited thelll, which i
lull credit to the reputation ul
that experienced caterer, I'.I.ar
sun, proprietor.
The early portion of the toast
list was somewhat hurried, uu
account nl lhe short time remaining, before the premier
musl lake his deparlure, to
catch lhe east bound Irani.
Thc luast "The King," proposed bv leave McNaught, who
presideii,  was accompanied   by
the hearty singing ol the national anthem, The toast "The
Federal ami Provincial Governmental," was proposed in a
forceful speech by  a. Balfour
Ker, whu  tiled   iiianv   features
ol the policy   ol   both   guvcrn-
uiiiils whub were fulfilling lit,
musl Important function of all
tight government, namely, tlu-
Unification of the people under
its care. In responding, Geo,
11. Cowan, M.I'., lion. Thomas
Taylor, and Hun. t. h. Carter-
Cotton, e.uh greatly curtailed
his remarks, in order that llu
premier might be heard.     Mr.
Cowai staled that he vvullld infer from lhe address of tlic prcmici  at  the   bridge,   that    the
provincial] government is pre
pared to unite with the districts
Concerned, to build Becond Narrows bridge .ind lu rush it.
Hon. Thomas Taylor, in referring to the future greatness ul
Burrard Inlet, referred to the
iiuiiu-n.se grain shipments tvliuh
ate SboUl  lo lllld tlltil  wav   tu
market through this as a gale-
way.    Hon. F. I,. Carter-Cot
t..n ixt..cssed his pride in re
presenting a constituency sn en
le:'Using as lhe citv and .lis
trict of North Vancouver, am
was  sure   thai   his  colleague!
had  seen  silllit iiiit  dining  then
hiiel iu latoi,iblt dispose then
tQWard this settiuii in anv matters pertaining therein, that
might come beiure the government
"The Guest ill Honor,l'iiiiun
Mi Itiidi. was happilv prnpus
id bl Mav.it May, whu BUMS a
distinct hit by referring tn the
premier as a man "worthy nl
lhe position thai he holds, tml
unit    llnlll   Ills   gnat   abilities,
but also  Imm   lus  picturesque
manhood."        Cheers   alld    the
singing iii "For He's a Jollj
Guii.l   Fellow,"   preceded   ihe
Using of lhe plellllii lu respond
Alter thanking iln assemblv for
ih.ii enthuaiasth receptlou.Pre-
nun M. Un.l. referred t.. tin
growth nl North Vancouvei snd
Vancouvei as being both rapid
ami Mllis1.itili.il. and slated Ills
conviction that  in the nut ills
tarn (Mint there would repoai
nn the sliures of Hurrard Inlet,
a illy which Would rank with
tin leading cities uf the continent, and nf the uld world, lie
iiiiiud appreciatively to   the
e >)t»aao>3oo>ooo3a)23 »3
TO ADVERTISERS
1
Hi"   lllll  Iltia.l,     .af    Halt.  Ill-, H*    I.
t   i .'I.'I to H *till:.lll.J    ll.all*
A  h..|i.| ,.i ih,<  i**ln*.ri.il  en',imu. ..(
2 11..' Biprtts, thai thus*) •.[ ,i.i-
JJ   l   ill*' in.nl. mu.I ba in the laaiml.
.    lirillllT  II..I   lal.T Haltll  lll'l
f   DMal IV   111   .-Hill    ttl'i It   I.a   . i.-.ir.
f |.ulili. iiii,iii.   I',,.ili,..|j. i>., varin- 4
2 Ii'l. Irmn ila.  rule vtill I*. n sit   a
2occcceccocceccccecce.wc.it
looked by ihe provincial government, imi that favorable action
ttiiuld be laken as sunn as  n.n
ditions would warrant smh
The government would have
nothing undone in bung tlu
bridge tu completion.   Coacmd
ing,he declared thai North Vancouver   would   always   liml    a
warm friend ut the provincial
government,
The premier and his colognes then withdrew, lit onlti
lo hasten to the train.
The lo.|Sl, "Amy, Navy atul
Reserve Porcee," was propoaea
j Geo. ll. Horden ami respond
ed lu by Colonel Whyte, who referred io his extended experience in the forces ol Great liril-
alll and ol the rutted Matts,
mil also lu his local llllet'ests,
being llu- owner ol While Uli
ciiy, Capilano.
The Districi and Cilv oi
Nortli Vancouvei" was ptupus-
ed   lit    Keeve    lluvve   ul    rullll
Grey, and ably responded to bj
Councillor Kubsoli and Aldct-
mau MiK.ii
"The I'ort ol Vancouvei .m.l
Adjoining Municipalities" was
proposed bv .las. Coopa Kt ith
tthu gave au instrinlive comparison nl Hurrard lulei as s
harbor with many othei greal
harbors ul the world which In
had personally inspected Hi
Keilh relerred to Hong Koii),
Singapore, Yokohama, Nagaae
kl, Bombay,  Marseilles, ...ipics,
I,iveip..ul a.nl olher harbors,
ui.iii i.i whia.li in lus judgment,
equalled Hurrard Inlet. The
toail was responded to bv .W.
MtTaggali  (in  the abstiue
Mavot  Douglas1,  Keeve l'oiiiul,
ui South Vancouver, and Kccvi
Byrne, ol Burnaby,
"Traiispurlatiuii Interests of
North Vancouvei" was proposed by lv \\ MiLcaii, owner of
the tuvvnsile nl "Hurrard,'' and
respnuded  to  bv    .luhll   Htildlv
and A. G. l'erry.
John lleiitlrv, president of tht
V. W. tk Y. Ry. Cu , stated
that the depression in the final
dai market h,id at lasl been relieved ami that  the matter    ul
jn..iiiiuig the necessarj capital
lu bridge construction was aou
taking shape. In ihe near lu
lure, In hoped tu lake the matter up ttiili the municipalities
concerned) arith s view to building Ule budge. Tlu budge
ShonM  be a  llalllc   bridge    and
iiunl.le tracked      This mold
tusl mule than a single lt.uk
bridge,     bill     llllli.ll    less    l|iali
twu single track bridges, aad
bt all worhiag together he was
ui opinion that ll could hi man
aged. Il hail bun Stated thai
tile blidge would   prubablt     In
completed within thro   rears,
bill he was nl upuili.il that   tWO
years should m s g.».il bridgi
spanning tlu narrows snd that
tin structure should be undei
u it al .in sari) datt
"(tur Commerce, proposed
by A B, Heal) in s slmrl
speech, iu Ins usual trenchant
sitb. was responded to bj tim.
Gn.llli",, whu spoke as a '.aliki I
Imm a financial poinl m vieu
and    1)    ('.    Dltk.    who    Healed
iln siilijut imm the standpoint
ul lite.iI interests.
"The    Ladles'    Itas   pmpnsul
l.v Councillor Allan, the youngest councillor present, snd tm
ponded   lo   by   T. S. Nve   in
happy vein.
1 Tin Press," proposed In \\
rj  lliun* .md responded lo  l.v
the several press t> pt> KHlatives
presenl,   concluded   the   toasl
list.
Keeve McNaught, in a l. tt
well chosen remarks, concluded
ilu programme and tht sssetn
'ily was dismissed  bv   tinging
(....I Savi the King '
Local strawberries an
in
The lollowing is the lettei
lium the tii) toliinm to ihe
council, giving his opinion vti,,,
relerence lo Uie local Improvement bj l.iw.
lu relerence to your lettei ol
the  .'I.lll ul  Haj ,  alld  Willi 11 llll-
i..nun.iu it the w i iiei, owing io
his absence In Victoria during
practicallj   lhe  whole of  lasi
Hick,   ,lll'l  ..llll I   llllll I   WtllK.W.IS
llll,ilile lllllll lml,it lu lake up,
tie beg  U) sat   as billows:
liv law No. i, being a general
bylaw providing (or local Improvements ui streets ana special assessments llui'cii*i, we ale
ui (.pinion should not be acted
under in connection wun any
future petiuou iur special improvements. vVe arc ui opinion
that that bylaw unaouotemj
includes matter which is iltrs
Mies ul your council, and wiule
tve Hunk it vvutiltl be unwise lo
repeal that l.v law at UM presenl tune, Still WS lllllik ln.,i ..
thould i.e repealed su soon as all
local improvement works wbicn
hate been begun under it arc
completed.
As we Uiultisl.illd it, some lo-
tal Improvement works have
been commenced undo some ul
the petitions presented undei
ilus liylaw Nn. |, ami m respect
lo whnh nothing bas bten done
11miiary lo the provisions ul
tin* general municipal danass
atl. We are ol opinion mat
Works standing 111 tills position
should be gone ahead with aad
completed as speedilj as possible.    Any olher petitions ttlitcli
have been pit stilted lu _,OUr
COUni >1 ami )) tilth have tint Lull
ninl upon in anj way, and
>,;,uh purport to in undei the
provisions t.i ilus l.v law So. |,
h.mid, we think, be sun back
tO  tlMM  bv    Wli.,111    llltt     Wile
presented and uu petitions ui.
in ilu general provukms ol thi
municipal clauses act asked lot.
ll is then lor your council lo
consider whether il would lie
wise lo pass auothcr general local Improvement bylau m nut.
Ue  ale  UK Illlt il  tu  the  a.pili'ua
lor iln practical woiMng out
ol all matters   ia   connection
with ioial Improvements ihat
it would be belter to pass bylaws ui each particular um. it
might appear that this vtuuld
make lhe. detail Wulk III ml.llu
linn   Willi   these   bylaw:.    ',iiv
lung ami bothersome,  but   we
think that allii a litv ul '.Hull
had  bee!  passed  ami tompiticd
that tlu council would find these
iltiiuultiiis disappearing.
UAMIN1C GRAND 0H1U-.KS
Tin Mas..nn grand lodge, silling iu Yancouver, has elected
ihtsi officers:
Grand   Haster—Bro.   II.   M.
Kith.
Depllt)     Gland     MasUl— Hlo.
l'aul ui Victoria.
Senioi r.i.nul Warda  Bro.S.
.1. Hud.
Juiiiui i.i.in,I Warden Hm.
\\  ski v, ui Kamloops,
di,unl Secretary   Hm
llllll,    aal    \  Ulull,I
I,I.III.I I ll.l[ll.l 1 tl   ll'. t
I'..   1-ltlilles-t. IllUutl.
Grand Treasure!   Bro,
Wal sun.
Grand i'vln   Hi.. Hitchcll,
K \\.Hm. I) G. Ditk. W.Bros,
1'    Wheeler, H. C. Ullghl,   I
1 1   . lllal    BrO.    U  .    I,      lluUlt,   ,111
repn *• nting Bui rard lodge No,
go, at the gtaml lodge, A.I I
A .\i., oi British Colombia, u-.iv
in niiinn al iht Hasonii hall,
Yancouver,
Henderson's   directory   gites
\ aliiulltot a population nutt ..I
94,000, a gain H ?J00   lut    llie
rear,
Tacoma ami i ancouver leagui
i.as. i.all teams u ill plaj s garni
I   li    a,u    the   altt III..nil   ul   .Illlt
1st.
The clearing ol the ngiu  ol
w.iv lm iln l.vnn vallej t«.tm
lm. i xttiisiuii is about cotnph i
4
i p.
nm ii
ii ii. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
The mayor and aldermen wen
all iu attendanci at the  i
ol the citj couni il, on Monday
i tilling.
The lollowing communications
weie read: rrom tht seeniarj
ui the B. C, Am .m Mining u
Development Co., to the tueci
that work on the improvement
ol the old Lillooel trail woula
lu* commenced at once; tiled.
I'ioin .1. A. hit*ni Campbell,
U D., asking thai lhe tv \
Boating v. lm. be allowed to an
chor their boathouse at Uu loot
,ai Chesteriield svenue loi thi
lummci si.isaiu. granted.
Prom the cit) engineer, lo thi
iinet thai the dag pule in •■"•>-
oi Un cit) lull is in a uangei
ous condition;    board oi worst
to act
Prom Ralph Smith, M.l' . ai
kiinw leilgiug   receipt   ol  resolu
tion re board ..1 ii.ii boi  commissioners; iiK •!.
From tne city engineer, loi
warding a list ..I repairs madi
iu the lerry wharves al bou
ends oi the system; Liled, broui
the saint, to the ellect in,.. .
had consulted tbc cit) solicitoi
wuli respect to the local improvement ' iv law , liled.
Prom   R. .iitinbalil,  asking
that  repairs   be   made   to   lite
sidewalk on 12nd streei, as lu
intends building a Luge house
at once; referred lo board  oi
works.
Prom Martin St Smith, asking
thai AbuKat lua.l be opened lo
the uiy limits, as iiiiii client,
U. A. A'atSOU, intends building
a ii lab nn at ..nn; tii rk to re
pit thai tlu wa.ik is too extensive for council to undertake
at present.
Prom W. h Lyons, asking
thai tin waterpipe oa bth street
east, bt* extended to lot Jn,
blutk -, li 1.. .<;;, a distance ..1
i.-n yards; waterworks committee to act,
A pi.,11 ..I subdivision ..1 lots
ij to it-, block 11. I). 1. 548,
ws laid over lor one wei k,
This plan was the subject ol a
protest iioin tt. Bailey, (or the
ita aait that the lams are closed,
Al.hun.ui \oung reported the
extension oi the waterpipe   to
lhe llitv steam laundry WOllld DC
made Tllcsd.it,
A plan oi subdivision ol lot
8. block 7, I). 1,. 6l6, was passed.
The  1,.Hotting  tenders were
read im me position "1 plumb-
lag and si pin i.ink Insptctoi
K. ti. Evans, fi.30 per inspection;   W.   KlISSlH,   S|  JO   ]„1   111
spection; E. C, Parr), fl .... for
e.uh permit, and thc sattu foi
e.uh inspection, Hatter was
deterred, pending lurtlier inquiry.
landers foi Eruitstand privile-
OB nn;,  itli..iv,s anil boats
wen 11.1.1 as lollows. G, 11.
II.iiuiiii, j.,n. pel year; .1. Resi-
bach, .Mi'i per year; P, C, Jones
I nr yeai   A. P. Robinson,
f     per year; U. M. UacKenzii
ptr year, and tt. Glenn,
i'.i year,    The ttn.it 1  ol
tt. Glenn was accepted,
Accounts as follows wen
diini paid, is..,u.l ol worhs,
,vn 1 14; ttaiiiworks commute*
>i'\: < ,3; lm and lighl committee, ,si fo.80; lerry, (217.23 aim
M'*l*7b.
On 1 -1 li.i li ol ih.  :,i il ol Jul)
celebration committee, A.  li
Perrj requested Irom llu
id a donation,     ilu  mm  oi
,1., - granted,
.■ii directed lbi sttiu
ttoll  ol   Ule  council   lO  Uu   <l,ili
gcroui condition ..1 thi
iug ' 11 l.oi. dali svenue, al
llnl,   board ol  WorkS   uilh lid to repair .same.
llu clerk was instructed   to
whu   owners  ol   Interrupting
propert)  snd  to arrange   foi
*:g   imIi   sttiti,   through
block 17.
Alderman Ui Neisfa brought up
thi mallei ..1 raising m ini) bj
iv.n   ol  lot ii  1..1   1 wi rs and
othi 1 needed improvements,stal
mg thai ■ trunk sewer could bt
pUl   It v 1, 0,     Aid. 1
man k'oung called attention to
the in-., ml) oi Improvements
to tb. intake on I,vnn creek, as
the In I ol Un creek had lowered
* 1 -ni., ill. main was
laid. Ud 'In 1. ll la *'.t vii \ lillle   Watt :    oVtl    ll.l    llll.lkl    |.i|"
About h]  would be required lor   I*:   pulp..*'
The matter 01 securing ■ low
level street through thc Indian
Mission was ilisiitssed,  bill  Uu*
proposition made by the Indians
was considered altogether impracticable. The mayor was
requested to arrange for the re
presentatives oi the Indians to
ninl lhe council, lor ihe purpose oi conferring about the
matter,
Geo, 11. Morden, on behalf oi
the first oi duly celebration
committee, requested .1 grant
[rom Un Ierry management.
Those iiunii..rs ui the board oi
directors elect, who weie pre*
sent, spokt in lavoi ol smh a
grant, and $150 was allowed.
A. .1. l'u tun ttat Tow request
e,i council to appoint s stall oi
tpecial constables ior July Ilt,
Referred lo thc police-commit*
si. .litis.
Wm. Morden objected to  iht
DAIRY
NOKIII    .    .    .
VANCOIMR
Phone 126      Store 111 1st street east
Gintriiiiti'ii) Heat Quality Supplies
Bvtnloi .It-livery ol duy'H milk
STENTS
We Bollcit ttnj business of Mnmifftchirfrs,
KnuiuPfrsandother* wlm realize the ailvisal.il*
ily nf having their httlt bunineu transacted
Cre»m, mitter, ami Icu (. renin HUpphfri; byKxperU. Preliminary a v    -Ui-r. c.'..u*..s
mo-lnate. Ourlnventor'i A IvUtPwntap
WM. PHILIP, Prop.
a   .  *-t. M a.iaanJtiM.iai hi. K *
111.."   Maatllt^fll* Wil U'.«laia
al., N<*w York 1.if*
..Ion in-   1  ».
ARRANGEMENTS   FOR   1900
July lu—Flower show
Sepl 17—Exhibition, promenade
concert in evening.
Sept. 18— Exhibition, dance   in
evening.
Oct. 13—Dance
Dec. 1—Dance
1910
Jan    —Poultry show
Date of lectures will be pub
lor Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hall
1. (). O. V
lished    as    arrangements    are
di lay  lhat was bung expiiiciu- made.
ed wilh respect  to work under     tot terms aad engagement  iii
lhe local  improvement  bylaw. Hall, apply   to   W. L. Keene,
li was slated ihal the illv soli-  15th street, or phone 23.
iilan    had   eivcii   the   opinion, * — —•
sa.iin two months or more ago,
that the bj laa was imperiect in
n.ii.1111 respects, but no lurther
advice had been given as to
huti the defects were to be rec-
unid. Solicitor io be requested  10 lUbmit    ,ulv lie    1 huts.lav
evening.
un motion ui Aid. Dull, .ue
ilerk was instructed lo write
the provincial and the dominion
governments to ascertain n ■>
roadway   could   be   procured
alullg  Ule lunsllut'e,  111 Hull 1   ul
lli.   Mission.
Citj Ucik Shepherd reported
the result ol the poll lor nominees lur the board ol directors
Ior the lerry.
Bylaw No, "", authorizing im
11 .tiis.lt 1 ol the lerrv io a limited liability companj, wai   '  * ■
1 lasl tune and linallv  passed.
A letter was read Irom ft. ti.
Stone] 1 Lo., containing s protest against the liuihoil lollotv-
ed in connection wittt me overhauling ui the iiiiy steamers
St, George and North \ ancouvei , .md contending that   local
linns should hate been gllt-ll   Ip-
portunitj to under lor mis
work, wherever possible, .vnn
considerable    explanation   and
ii .ussion, lhe letter was sent
uu to the lerrj tlireclora.
The uiv  .Ink was nisiiiitita,
lo request lhc buv Incorporation committee to complete the
1..im,iii..11 ..I the company.
North Vancouver Lodge, No,
55, metis every Thursday evening, corner Lonsdale avenue and
l-nsi street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting .brethren cordially invited to
atiend.   A. L. Clements, N.G.;
Thus. S. Nve,  Kci.-sci'.;  J. 11.
Pilling, Kin.-sei.
Pioneer
Bakery
S. H. Walker,  ■   Proprietor
Fresh Bread daily delivered
to all parts ol the city,
ib loaves fur lit
4 tor 15 cents.
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
HIGH GRADE CAKE
PASTKY, ETC.
PIONEER BAKERY
liitiNK ti        71 Lonsdale Ave
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Mams
Design!
Copyrights ic.
AnTMifl.mi flint-."kt-tPh aai di-wrlnt Ion m.j
qui. .IT ... oa.iail (air a i.ial, *n fra'a. wli,.|li,*r an
liir.'ullnn l.praah.t ITia-at'tilnM..  ('t.romtinlPA-
it„u..inoll»c"nii,ii'iiii,.l. HANDBOOK i.n l-.i.uu
»nt fn.6. O'lal.'.t aani y liar at-, imutl intern..
Ptteutl !t.t* '*. 1  i*'ia-'' --'»'' ct l.: r,'*.*h'e
■partali noticl, wlttHiut ila.ri.-e, tuttl«
Scientific «rican.
K hiniliHiniBly Uluntri(i»J w.'t'kljr Luiiiest dr-
nilntlun uf nny NtatlllC j-.-inul. 'Urine fur
bbMtt*,(&H 11 year, poctvo iwr-ntd.   Mil br
ill De^'ili-altin.
INN & Co«"—»• New York
Bnncb l.Oie. ffi*, K fl- VVuli..,..,..., D e.
Latin. INoiice
111
.1.ones Hay, .sili street cist,
tmnilt returned Irom .1 visit
ui several months in Toronto
,nul 1.tlm centres in Ontario.
Choicest Cut
FLOWERS
ui tint n iit lowest i.n*. -
(iit.. 11. t irinl lur
FUNERAL DESIGNS or
WEDDING B0UQUET8
60? llciNlimis SI.. Hi M
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
...Ni'i. rss si
THE \WWE8 DAW80N
",.,\: .1     a.    |
M.ii.rinit Norm
Swiss Suit Oul en tp-Heatiin
I.,1   l,*rm-   ;i|a|.lt   ..I   lll<   I DiplUl
I     ,r     IMla   BtltMt  A   W     *ll..ll.*»t        *\',
I'll ONE   OQ
New   Westminster   Laud  11 y
trict.  Diatrict ol .ate,  Nisl-
iiiinster.
Take Uollce llial li.  A. il.ts-
Wcll ol Vancouver, li. Ca, IK tl-
patlon broker, nilelids lo apii.,
nu permission to purchase uu
lollowing described laiuls:—Second Goiilolt i'asha Lake. Com-
uieiicing al a post planted at
the south west corner oi timber
license  lAlbb, thence ituim   411
ih.mis, Umbos treat .s" chains,
iln me suiiih Sn chains iiMie   or
less to slum ol lake, tlicnie*  a-
iiig shun ui lake to point   ol
commencement.
liLLlOT A. HASW b'.I.l.
Mat llth, 1909.
iul itrit. ..at Lonsdsle «vt
BLACKSMITHING
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK
CARR1AGB WORK
ETC, BTC.
Tool Sharpening 1 ipi 1 ialtj
Bruce «3*
Dodds
GROCERIES
BOOTS aNd SHOES
geNts1 F-JrNisHiNgs
Stin h nutt   tirll  a-*s..t'.. .1  in
ail s]iim-; UoSf
llliilliliss HKIUB
fen 1 boii ■   Family  Iiade.
Voui tt-iji tolii iti.'.
WEDDING
RINGS
i__!\
Lonsdale Aetnm sm
I'h..in* 41,
ib St,
Are bought lur, Iminotby wo-
inin, vet the l.ur sex an ult.'ii
...nsuiti-d ibout the purchase,
or tbey should be.    Wedding
rinns ta1111.1t  be  HM good in
i|iiality -the* STI nnl . t.n.l.iv
put bases We bees thom ie
heavy solid gold, guaranteed
I.. List  a  liuit:  III. tun..      In
othei "-hies ,.1 rings w .asilv
tak. the '.' . 1 ui tain. lv. ipul-
ilv and h.vf pi it is Huy jfOUl
i, u.lit lm.  -nd v.1 will gat
the besl va,in  ll 1 yOUl ll|..niv,
GRASSIE & CO.
)|| Cambie Street
FOR SALE
160 FOOT CORNER on Queen Street 5 7000°
66x132 on Lonsdale Avenue     600-00
132x132, Corner on St George's  90000
5 ACRES near Suspension Bridge 150a0°
Part Cleared.   $500 Cash    Balance in 6, 12, 18 and 24 months
jack Loutet
At. uu.. relephom  1   1
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•X"K'*M,$,HK***K**X**a'***K"*"*"W
j LVERYBODY KNOWS HONEY IS SWEET I
I But everybody hsi uot yel realised how different the bouse J
y  would look by spending a little money on some of the WALL *
X  PAPER or PAINT sold by S'l'ONHV & CO. \
|£      If in doubt, our expert advice on decoration or color is at *
X  yOUl service. \
•,•      We do evei)tiling in tht decorating line, and era do it right -{•
_
117  Lonsdale   Avenm* T
■H»yy,>AAAAA.y,..y,'AAAA
l Stoney ®, Co.,
a|aa*aa*aa*».J..*..J..*«»*..*..*.»"..*..J..J..*..*..*..*«.*..*..*« .•„.„.,,J
Siilelt^Deposit Boxes in Kent. Safely Deposit Boxes to Rent
Acts •• Extcutor, Trtittte, Liquidator Rtcilvirs and Assign*.*
Court Bond*  Itsu.d
r 0
INTEREST
i'.iil ..11 ssaosits, ...in|...un.it'.i
(..ur tim... yeiirly.
Pa»* Books lasutd
5°
0
K. s BARNARD, Chsimss
HON   K. I'AKTKUrOTT.iV I'liairiiiun of I'.xi-intive
F.J.P.GIB80N, Mananer l.Q A AINWRIGHT, SeersUrj
(traiitilli- Maiia.iuui. HIiH'k, t-iiriier Kobm.u un.l Uranvillo
I'. 11. II.uill);! Plioni-.iHl)
Suletv De|insit Hox-.-s lo Kent    Safety Pep..sit Hoxes to liftt
lis
Ml
Time ta
, emended lo June
inding lor
Sl,    I'lIK)    •—
Cos leave lerrv
ill points, .is [ollows:
*h. I**, .1.111.
•6.45 "
•7.1S "
7- l.s "
8.13 "
B.« "
J.I5 "
9.40 "
Aitei ttliith cars leave .it ten
minutes past the In,111 atul twenty minutes lo the boar until
midnight.
*  Nnt   nil  Stlllil.it.
Cars leave Lonsdale Avenue,
Keilh Kii.nl, and (Jueeiisbiirv
Avenue Terminals as follows;'
Vim
•b.30
I.lll.
•7.30    "
8,oo  ' ■
B.30  "
ej.oo    ''
9.13  "
Aliei vvhieh ears leave ,.l nu
minutes tn the  hour aii.l  Uuil-
ty-live itiiniiles aitc!  lX(  hour
mini midaifht,
* Nol on Siiid.i)
1'a.i Grouse Uountaii take the Lonsdale Avenue ear. l-'or
Lynn Valley take the Queenstmry Avenue tar. For Capilano
take lhe Keith k<i.itl eai
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
We can handle as many more.     If you are thinking of  building
set us and talk the matter over
CAMPBELL ii> MILLER
'20') Lonsdale Ave. Nurtli Vancouvrr
■V*rV'*-M*Vl*Vt-'VtiWt-W-*r^
Cates' Wharf
1-001 OF KOOI-RS AVE.
NORTH VANCOUVER
Dockage (or Steamers
Warehouse Accommodation for all purposes
S4ND, LIME, BRICK,  ("MINI. GRAVEL
COAL and LUMBER
Hoods delivered if desired. Prompt service
HU AT OFFICE \\\ muu
Or at Rooms II and  13.  Flack Hlock,   Vancouver
PHONE 3099
SOU III VANCOUVER EERRY IIMI TABLE
1
1
STBAMKB ST. GBOIOK
STK. NOKTIl
VANCOUV i-.k'
I.e.ite Van        Leave N. Van.
Leave N. Van.
Leave Van.
'
•6 M a*m.         'h.l.S .1.111.
•6.J0 a.m.
*b.45 a.m.
I     '
;.,V.   »            J.ffl   "
*7.Jo    "
•S.on   "
1     1
a.\,l      "                         8.30      "
'I.'i 5   "            9-45   "
y.20
8.50   "
9-45  "
)
1     \
10.13   "           10.45   "
10.13 "
10.45   "      '
a
11.13   "           114.S   "
n.15 "
IMS "
1
12.1s p.m.        .-M5 P'n*
12.15 p<>».
12.45 pi".   '
1.13   "             '.45   "
il.i  "
-.45 ;;
.
I.I3      "                       2.45      '
2.15  "
2 45 "
1
J.13  "          3-43 "
315  "
3.45;;  :
1 LS   "              LIS   "
415  "
4.45
5*LS  "           sis  "
MS   "              »'1S   "
5*15
5-45   "
6.15  "
6*45   "
7.J3   "             MS   "
S.15   "             843   "
hi*  "
7.45 "   ;
».I5   "
8.45   "      1
4. LS   "            9-43   '
10.15   "           10.45   "
9.15   "
9-45   '
m.15   "
10.43
•n.13   "          ""'4S   "
11.13   "
12.00
R!    .                       #Notn
11 Sund, iv.
■
Time Table subject In 1
1,111 |l   Wit llolli
notice.
>
1
, 1 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Mrs. \V. J, Irwin announces
that .she vvill not receive again
until August.
I. A. Allan, of Lynn Valley,
was elected by acclamation ou
Monday, to succeed Councilloi
Wesiover, resigned.
To rent.—Two window spaces
each 6 by 12 leel. Moderate
rent to suitable business. Apply
in ist street west.
Lost.—Near the Lynn Valley
school. A gent's Panama hat.
Finder will be rewarded in returning to Express ollice.
Lynn Valley.—60 lool lots.
Only J100 each; $15 down, balance J10 per 111011th. Sure money makers.    C. K. Lawson.
Wanted.—Twelve women, to
pick strawberries ami othei
small fruits. Apply H. Radermacher, 2ist and Lonsdale.
Mrs. J.J. McAleecc begs to
announce to her Iriends lhat she
will be at home to receive nexl
Thursday alternoon, June 24.
Wanted.—Assistant principal,
male, lor North Vancouver Public school. Married man preferred. Apply W. P. Peacey,
secretary.
Wanted.—A young girl, to
help with the housework and to
care (or children. Apply Mrs.
W. H. Parkin, 2nd street, east
ol St. Andrew's.
Wanted.—A boy to learn the
printing business. Good wages
will be paid to one who is intelligent and willing, and advancement promised. Apply Express
ollice.
Forty-nine acres of land ad-
jaicut to White Gill city has
been purchased for the purposes
ol a summer school, under the
auspices ol the Presbyterian
church.
Home grown strawberries,
picked fresh every tlay, at going
prices. All makes of sealers in
stock for preserving purposes.
High grade groceries lor family
itade.    1.. R. Hickman.
It is reliably reported thai
Jinno per acre was oflered this
week and reluscd, for the property comprising Roche Poinl,
and vicinity, at the junction ol
Seymour creek with Burrard Inlet.
D. 0. and Mrs. Dick are at
present guests at lhe Palace hotel, and will be leaving shortly
lor a pleasure trip lo Harrison
Hot Springs, after which thev
will visit Seattle, and possibly
Portland.
Extensive improvements arc-
in contemplation by the owners
oi district lots 471, 551 aim 023
It is the intention to plat llit
property, setting aside ten aires
lor park purposes and dividing
the remainder into lots ol lit.,
al proportions. D.L. 623 is
already subdivided into 33 lool
lots, but these will be Cfcaagci
to b6 foot lots.
It is asserted on the best au
thority that the promoters nl
White Gill city, Capilano district, have made final arrange
ments with the .Slave I,,ike
Power Company for the running
of a line ol railway from Van
enuver to bjieir property, the
railway to be operated by electricity. This ol course contemplates the early building of the
Second Narrows bridge The
company   owning   White   Gill
city Infinites such well known
men as Sir Hibbert Tupper, .1
Hendry, Armstrong k Morrison
and Colonel White.
In line with the general progress nf the eity, lhe Nnrth
Vatieniiver Traiisli-r Coinpanv
has this week ituieased its plant
and re-organized its stall. K.
C. Lawrence, who has fljeen associated with the company for
sometime,will now take charge
as manager ol the business, and
will bc lound in the ollice during business hours. The company has now ample conveyances to deal efficiently with any
orders for express work, huiid-
1 ng of heavy goods, removals of
furniture, etc., and is prepared
to attend promptly to all orders by telephone or otherwise.
Mr. James Jennings, id Vancouver and a companion, accom
puttied by three ladv friends,bit
Vancouver ou .Saturday ol lasl
week to spend Sunday climbing
the mountains in the Capilano
district.      Jennings,  however,
slipped nnd fell, hutting liis hip
considerately. Leaving tite injured man 111 llit care nl the
ladies, his companion made In
way liack In the lapilain. hotel
to secure assistance, llunkiiig ,1
leg was broken.     A parly was
snnn out searching inr Jennings
but was unable In hud anv trace
of the injured man. Another
search party was therefore organized, and searched all the ai-
UTliooli without avail. J11 llu
meantime, Jennings had made
his way, with dilluullv, dnvvn
by another way, and had arrived at Hotel North Vancnuver,
about nine o'clock p.m.
N. V. Ml'SIC STLDI-..MS
The results ol the examinations conducted by the assm 1,lied board ol lhe Royal Aeailemv
and the koyal College ol .\lu*e,
the principal board ol Great
Hrilam, on the 141I1, 15th, ami
ibih, insi., in Vancouver, have
just been aniuiuiiteil. llie examiner was Percy C.lluek, H.A.
Mus. Doc, Oxon., and the list
ol names includes the following
from North Vancouver:
Theory: Miss Edna Hay and
Frank Anders.
Pianoforte: Misses Erminie
Matthews  Verner,  K.ilna  Hay,
Lily   McNair,   Kathleen   Knss,
ami Frank Anders.
The certificates Inr excellence
in pianoforte, by the girls, arc-
in   the   higher   division   of   lhe
school examinations, and in the
elementary  Mimnl division by
Frank Anders.
The theory is under the higher
division, and out of a considerable number of candidates lor
this certificate, only three passed, of which two were from
Nortli Vancouver, The successful students from the Ambitious
City are pupils of John Alexan-
ilei, organist oi Bt .inhn's
church.
II
Dl
TENDERS
Tenders are Invited  by   the
society lor lhe work nf grading
and leveling lhe tenuis entirl,
cite, at Uie society's grounds,
to conform lo specifications,
which may bc obtained from tlie
undersigned. Tenders to bc in
by Monday, the 28th inst., at
8 p.m.
W. L. KEEinE,
Secretary
15th street, Norlh Vancouver.
4.*%.
,    .>*. m  ,
—T° |y e 1  I They make twi because they're
^Pfitin* / ""-ie jood—wilh seventeen yea.**'
HiiLlinn /   P'scllcsl paiat-makin-f mixed inlo
t*NU .!?      V   Ihem. They cover more, wear belter indoors or oul, and last loader.
Measure Ihe cost ol paint riiM-by lhe lime il will last and
really be paint   nnd you will Iind your money's lull worth is
>>
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Pure
Paints
•Ms
Made in forty colors ior every use pain! is pot lo
—sod msde lo satisfy.
Maple Ual Paints are sold under s plain English GUAM-
A.NTLK and only by people who cannol
allord  lo sell   poor  paints.
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WEST HALF 787
This is by far ami awav the best huv on the market at present lOOilSS fi-et.iit $22."). TERMS—Owh
$2o; halance, $'J"> quarterly, six per ci-nt interest.
For a vifvv theM Iota can't M U-at. Why 38 foot luts
art- telling ilongaide at tame price. Not l'i minutes
frmn Lonsdale ave car, I'ver 100 per oent profit here.
Onlv a Few lots left.
ALEXANDER SMITH, Real Estate Agent
Telephone 24
P, 0. 11,1x511
Right
Priceness
lm- n Iwa v.*. linn a ipeoial lea t ure here.
Our own put is tin- onlv competition
whloh puts us mi our mettle.   UV quote
genuine EnglUh ud Scotch tw I suits,
finished to your order in first-class and
inimitable Ityll for |I0; really worth
|36, custom-made, or your money hack.
Fit-Reform
Mail Orders and Simples ob Appli uion
-JM Hastings Street    Vancouver
J. W. BALMAIN
CIVIL    I'.M.IM* I* I.-
Quantity Bumyur ami Arehlttct
NOKTIl  VANCOUVKR.
Water Motei for Sale
Offers are wanted for a
powerful Water Motor antl a
certain amount of piping.
Same may bo inspected at
the office of—
THE EXPRESS
lifiii'wal or liquor License
TAKK NnTlt'EtliU thirty ilay.afliT
date, I Intend tu apply to t, *>* Hsuey,
SiipaTinti'iitliiituI r-uviliritl I'liliir, l..r
a resewal sl thi lit-i-nne ..(the Moody-
villi- Hotel, Iii'iii by me. The Mowlyvilli-
llnti-l in ■Miniied tl Momlytille, on lot
niiiiilmr 'ilA. (roup oue, Nuw Westminster diitritt.
Dated at Moodyville,  ll.l'., thin 2l»t
daynfMiv, A.D., 1909.
|H|m4] ANNIE tt.HU
Builders and
Contractors
I'. LARSON is  prepared to
supply
Lime- Brick-
Sand, Cement
And all kinds of Huildiiigi
Material in ijuantiti«-a to suit
and at reasonable prices.
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HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER
TELEPHONE No. 2,
Canyon View Hotel
CAI'ILANO
THE FINEST TOURIST RESORT ON THE
B. C. COAST
AUTOMOBILE STAGE meets ever] carat  end ol Keith
Roatl Line, Nortli Vsncoevet
Rates $250 per il.iv' .mil 11pw.it Is,
P. LARSON,
Proprietor.
t. CANCELLOR,
Manager
Land Notice
New Westminster Land District. District of New Westminster.
Take notice that William Dal-
ziel Duke ol North Vancouver,
occupation broker,intends to apply lor permission to purchase
the lollowing described lands:—
Horse Shoe Lake (west shore).
Commenting at a post planted
due west of a barren rock 70
yards out in the Horseshoe lake
in a little bay on the west shore
of same lake, thence west 40
chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 40 chains more or
less to shore ol lake, thence
north along shore of lake to
point of commencement.
WILLIAM DALZIKL DUH
May 15th, 1909.
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.,
DENTISTS'   SPECIALTIES
A. R. BAKER, D.D.S.
For   High   CUihs
Dental   Work »
407 Hastings Street West, Vancouver
Hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Phone 7229
Phone 37
Artistic Designs Sound Workmanship
Moderate Prices
LAW & K.NOWLES
P.O. Bm :
North Vancouver
SUB-DIVISION  OF
Southerly Part of D.L. 598
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We Can Design and We Can Build
This Property Adjoins
the City of
North Vancouver
li lm- ...'in subdivided into large
bonaeitoi averaging half acn- each
iimi is within ten in inu ten walk of
tin-  Keith  Kmiil Car  Lim-
Tbe Magnificent View
Good -Soil
Drainage and
Scenic Surroundings
Combine lo makt it imm nf tlic
inoBt ilfsirahlr NeidentUl locations
THE VERY LOW PRICES AND
EASY TERMS OF PAYMENT
will bt sure to interest every class o(
investor
'tirtlur Information obtained from
MARTINSONS CO.
Ilm nc llluil* NorthVancouver
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THE EXPRESS
Norih Van. OUVSS, II   C.
UHTH1BIKOALE .4 HORDED
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Ratss or Bcsscsimos:
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MiVKKTISINi.   RATES
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tmitt—IOmoU psfline.csch Insertion.
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ranged ir-cordini1*. ipsestlkss,
Allchan|«tIn contract adTertinmetiti
tnii.t in* ii. iln- hands ..1 iin' printer In
W«dna**ria; (renlng Wanaun publication
in tlm nasi i"ii.-
Norih Van.... .;«. Ji nf i*. n>og
THK PREMIER'S VISIT
The ou.ii*i>.ii iiinn" Mrhich the
North Vancouver municipalities
lor iln* lirst nun' ni their east-
cm i, bad Un- pleasure .nul  iln
llollol   ul  wrkollllllj;    lo    ilnn
precincts a premier—cither federal or proviacial—will ,ii oao
be recognised .is an event ol aa-
usual puiilu interest, and, be-
mg one oi the "firat tilings la
municipal annals, must rans loi
thai nt)  reason .is ,ui lnsloru
incident, aside Irmn .my indu-
(sec n maj cm it upi hi tii.isi
matters ia which those municipalities .onl iln provincial gov-
snuneat  necessarily  stud   in
llusi   relationship.
The visit ol Premier McBride
and lus colleague, oa Tueeday,
,ii tlu iavitatioa ol the district
council, tvill j,'" oa record .is
.an. ol tin in..st plcasureable
.nul successful pui'li- (uactions
in local .mn,ils. Tin programme throughout was plana
nl .m.l ...lliiil out m a in.iim.'
worthi .a ihe iiisitut ..I North
Vancoaver,
liullicdlalil}   upon Ills arrival
upon tin. grand, Premier lb-
Bride became the central iigun,
about iiuiiii revolved all  Uh
li.iiuus   ol    llu      pi..m.lings.
Mayoi Maj n~ aptly stated
tin situation in ms remarks at
inn. limn, w Lii) lu  saul lli.it Hu
premier was worthj ol ins pues*
tiiiii, uui ..nl)   becatw  "i  Ini
commanding abilities, l.tu also
.. ettsc oi Inti pn turcaquc man
Iiunii.     A Hull ol splendid ph)-
st.pu . ml ui inu prescacc, ru
iimi Mi limit tali ns with llllll
thai i.ih pcrsonalilj which eas
il) ,ui.I natarallj disarms triti-
cuuu. There is about him a
strong pefaonal magnetism,
which captivates ilu crowd and
gam* I..I Imu at uini  Hull CO)
■iial goodwill and lytupalheiu
attention. IK is mn ulio is
gnu.I with Hn li.ipp) i.uuh)
..i divesting himsell .ii iiu roll
ni ilu I....lii ui a political pui..
and .ai inipi. .sing lum , li up...
.rn a .ini.i\ .inli iii liis capai i
i) as tin constitutional rvpn
■ mi i.i tlu peopli ..i tin
pi i.\ in, i as such,
ll, i.n llu ..ne hand, llu tlslt
nl  Tucsdaj   i.i'-l  lias sii u.l   lo
giw iii. premier s mors inlitu
• ili    .i..|llallilall,i    With   llu    ,i'l-
vanlagi i, tin prospci is, and lhe
hihI.s ui Sorth \ ancouver, n
has likiuisi given ihe cititens
mi opportunitj to become  ,n-
fjii.iiiitiil with tbi pu nun, ui "ii
th. .ittsi.n torj i'.ims ,.i personal "l.siii.ii ,..ii an l ol so< lal la-
tercourse,      iln   wholi malt
in.i) ii..i prom disadvani
lo illlui  pail) .
\  I'll iiii utterances ol ilu
premier,    thai    which   mosl
ugly  impn wed  Itaell ap i
Ins hearers was  Iha dominant
iiai'i  ol   niinii), which rang
through them all. It may be
said, ami it is without doubt
correct, lhat to a large extent
they were composed of just smh
expressions ol official interest
ami   ol   general   goodwill   as
\m.uld lie used I))' lliiil at    all)
other plaee upon a similar occasion, Beyond illis, however,
there was an evident desire upon Ins part to deal (lankly and
opoiily wilh those issues which
were ot special moment io
North Vancouver, ia relation to
the provincial government, li
these utterances were not ia all
respects so specific as might be
desired, the manner oi uu peo
nnu Mould kail a discriminating main to conclude tliat this
m.is due to aa incomplete stage
..1 negotiations relative io um
projects in hund, rather uian to
aii) laik oi readiness upon tlu
part oi iiu government to ar-
il\i al a pl'diliiai.-le basis ul cooperation, which would ensure
tlie suness ol those projects.
Willi regard lo roads, etc.}
throughout the district, Uie pu-
.stliuii would appear to bc as
lollows; i'he government has
created a department, under an
eiiiiiint iu'.ui, whose uuiy it is
to attend io the construction oi
roads, streets, trails, and bridges throughout the province, 'ine
government has likewiae adopt-
nl iln- policy oi assisting organised districts, as well as distrii is directly under government supervision, with reapect
to ruad construction, and upon
ilu basis oi rateable propcrtj,
Hating always due regard lu the
ileitis ul the province at large,
tlu government will accord nu
diatrict ui North Vancouver ian
and equitable treatment Ia Uu
uiai ut ui governmental grams
lur road loiisirueliuu.
As the premier rightly stated,
ilu Second Narrows bridge is
tin all Important item irom a
local point oi view at the present nine. In this respect Ins
ntterak.es conveyed ia uninis-
i.ikiabii terms tin- lact, thai
iin provincial government is
prepared io aifollali lavorably
lur tlu construction ol this
bridgi upon a lo-operatiu basis
Tlu uuits catering miu this
paiiiurslup, as enumerated bj
tlu premier, were, ilu grant
irum tlu government st ihu
w.i already voted, aaatatance
iiniii uuh ui ilu municipalities
Interested, ami a graat irom ilu
provincial government, tins
is, apparently, Uu saute nJicuic
that ttas ..iiiiilu.I dm nig llu
visit ui ilu delegation ai  \u-
1..11.1, last aulutini.        At   lhat
uiiu, the pi'uviiuial government intimated that ihsj would
imi be prepared to vou uoncj
uui oi tlu provincial truant]
to assist in constructing   lite
budge, unless llu OltaWa gTalUt
miu in.nli evailabh (oi ,. pro
tiiui.ill) luiiiiolhd strncturc.
uiniiui iiu provincial g.-)' ib*
lluul ha. i..lulll.1.,.i ih il   ai
in.ihd lot  llu  l.ii.i,'.    is   . Illlui
(llll)    llll|Kl.llIM   .ill I   tl'*      Milk
..I   .niinii ul   ni..in i,i   ;,.   run.a i
sdvisabk tlu abrogation "i thai
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suit      ihiiiugh      llu      u...mil
through m nu ii ii m.i , voted, is
an Hun Which  tin   I'.   .1" 11   I ll
uiai ks do uoi in.im clear,     II
llu milium    ,.i   .   *   !.   I ....aa
LU r , .is (UU i al nn luncheon
ami iht' accuracy oi which was
n.ii challenged in tha pn mier—
.oi . .hi j. ii,. inK, ti,i. ihe
provincial government la pn
pared lo unite with iha districts
i.aui Iind   tu   build   Hi.     Su. h.l
Narrows budge, and lo laah it,
tlnn tlnn   is  groiuiil   *D   hops
that iln- last remaining obstaiIs
is removed, aad thai lhc a ij Is
. leal i"i ih.- ...ii * iiunii, iii. i-i ..I
tin hopes .ind iii..H' ihii  li,ivi
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• Home While
j Paying Rent
On Fifth Street
between  Chesterfield and
Mahon Avenues, la. inn the
Inlet, we have a very nice
modern house for $2100.
A small cash   payment   9
secures this,  the nalance
as rent.
•ELDER   MURRAY   CO.;
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Phons :ii!*2, Vaacosvss
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THE   LONSDALE    PHARMACY
SEI I.S DRUGS AND AfED/CIXES
AT   VANCOUVER   I'A'/CES    . . .
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US  A   TRIAL   O2X   YOUR
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Beyond question, the premier
gave  every   encouragement   lo
tin- municipalities concerned to
COttfet together aiid to approach
thf government unitedly,  mi..
,1 view to arming at a workable basis for the building "I
the bridge, and it is sale to HJ
that those municipalities  will
not be slow to accept lhe   kind
Intimation with arhkh ihey
have been (avored.
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$20 cash
$10 month
secures
one of tlit-sn
beautiful
mnl modern
ft
Alexander I'.ibsuii is llu prottd
owner of a \ 1 ry promising fill)
foal, whose sm Mas Oro Wilkes
with arecilrd ol MJ, .Mr. Gibson considers thnt ihe colt   is
horn to tin- two minute class.
Count and   Countess   Castell,
of Austria, Mile guests al Hotel
North Vancouver lor tancheoa,
on Tuesdav,
IheW.A. Branch ol St.lohn's Church
Will hold a
Sale of White Work
& Children's Clothing
ON SATURDAY
June 19th,   at -' o'clock 111   the
Eagles' Ball, Beptaaartr.
Afternoon Tea and Ice Cream
Served
.1/ ii n.i furl "air
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nil kni.la.iaf Miimii.il ami Aiitii|iii- Furtii-
ture, Store, OfliiT, llmik anil liar Kix-
luri-.   Hi'pairiiiK in all it. I.ran.'lii'..
17* Thlr' SI. W„ B«t. Ilho.lf iflel.l tlial U.n.rtalr
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tlio can be bought lor in Vaiiiuiiver aiiil our terms are much
better. We carry a lull and
complete line of SIlKU-   AM)
HEAVY HARDWAftb, Hill.
DICKS' HARDWARE, etc., and
are headquarters lor
Stumping Powder
and all other explosives
Paine  ®. McMillan
The   Pioneer   Hardware
riiosi
I'lKSl A LONSDALE
C  R. HICKMAN
Grocer
Potatoes
(ifnuiiir Ashcroft Potatoes at
snap price.
fresh Cream
Betty S^tntd.1) at 301 ,1 pint
All lines of groceries for the
best lamily trade at righl
prices.
C.R.MCKtUN
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rarpi-t Bquarea   Hug?
.lust  K-i-.-iv.-.l—('rockery, llullcr  Crocks,   Taa
I'ots, Klower Pott, at—
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SUNIVIER
GOODS WEATHER
A full assortment ol M kinds n| suiiiiiiit npp.u. 1 in
^tirft ian, iiisto he lound bars The boi dais
1.1.1k. s ns thr..a .at' ..nr besTj wmf't clothes snd
1I..11 son), tiinij; lighl sa 1 cool.
Beside*! the tiaats'Faraishiag Departmeat tea have White
and Browa
Canvas Shoe* pmmA.um
10   ' S, ' k Tennis Shoes
Children'i Barel t* Ssndakl  7.S1 loll JO
Cliildn II *.   MisstS1    and    Ladies'   While  Cani.ts    OsiotdS
Boys' Brews Caavas Oaforis and s»erythin| ssseatialtc
* * 'I'm 12 cool.
COM I   ANI) SKK US,
CUMMINGS
Gent's Clothing,       Kurnishiags,       Men's,   Ladies'i aad
( llllall.     s limits Sad Ml", s.
NI-XT To 111 RNS' MEAT MARKET
Special Buys
J lots 011 1 .Uli street, 5)"" each. I-J i.ish, balance
6 and 18 months.   Si/c JO x M7 all cleared and one
hlock Irmn cariine,
THECHEAPE8T W.T
Lot (acitij* Mii street .md Vutona Park. aioj".
$550 caah, ImI.huc h and 12 moiuhs Si/e jo x i|:.
Hall block Irom Lonsdale car.
DOUBLE CORNER
ll,.se tii \) at erf mill, K50, l.t cash, halatue b, )2
and  tl iiii.ntlis, at b per cent.
C. E. LAWSON
K..i i.t,i'  Specialist       ij Loasdah Aea,        1'hom 70
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CU A \\I*Q PIONEER DRY GOODS.
N|l A VV ^ Gent' Furnishing and Fancy
tajlinj?    KJ   sto,f.  Cor. 2nd & Lonsdale
Wt bave tha lollowing left ol tin- bankrupt stock ol Well
Bagluud Ca, sm scquirsd sunn inn.' »i;o and sreoferinf
,ii.' .11 leSS than COSt.
White Quilt* $«00
Table Covers, Chenille, from 30c.
Suit Lengths and F«nci) WaistlnQs at Less
Than Wholesale Price
hli Tlalsfrom 100
Duss Goods All Wool, 30c, worth $1.00
Our Summer Stock is Now Complete
DRESSMAKING 0Y- THE PREMISES.
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Cleared City Lots
I or Sale at First Cosl
The lew remaining lots in block 52, D. I. 550, on 14th, 15th
street and Ridgway avenue, bei ng onu block west ol QussaslMiry
park.
Inside lots fjoo to I525 each.    Corners ftoo each.
Sire of inside lots 50 by 156 leet each. Corners bo by 13b
leet each.
These lots are particularly well situated, 15th street being
already cleared and graded to its full width, and lots of similar size in that vicinity now selling ior $700 to $800 each.
The lots above mentioned a re genuine snaps.
jforSale,^
Intending puvaaaen (A choice acreage west oi tlie Capilano
or ia any other part ul lhe ills'.rict will profit gieatly bj ton-
stilting our large and ix'iusivt list before ncgoiiuing fur purchase elsewhere.
This being the louri'i year of our establishment in hu.sim.ss
in North Vancouver we arc unuoughly posted as to the various
properties that may be ollered for sale and their values.
We are the sales agents lor a number of estates in North
Vancouver city and district and have a very good list of pro
perties for sale at prices which were prevailing in 1907 and 1908
daring the period oi financial depression, and as we are now apparently on the eve ol a period ol great prosperity we consider
the present time very opportune lor investors to make a selet-
tioa ol Nortth Vancouver property before the greater period of
activity seis in.
Capilano Acreage and City Lands Wanted
Well situated city lots, blocks and acreage, and well situated close in acreage in the district, particularly west of the Capilano, and within one mile of the waterfront. Wc have a large
list of clients, and special facilities for negotiating sales when
the prices are right. We advertise your property without cost
to you il you give us the sole agency for a reasonable period
ol time. Our past records demonstrate onr successlul methods
in negotiating sales, and we propose greatly extended operations and a large expenditure along strictly modern lines of .id
rertisinf.
We have representatives in several advantageous parts 111
Canada, United States and Great Britain.
It will pay you to list with us for quick sale if you have any
property to ofier.
ESTATES  MANAGED
Non-resident owners of prop
are unable to give personal sup
their estates are requested to co
est duly incorporated Company-
Vancouver, and being tin.nn 1.ill
we can give the 'best assurances
conducted along lines as accura
establishment throughout the c
erty in North Vancouver who
ervision to the management ol
rrespond with us, being the old-
with its headquarters in Norlh
y responsible in every respect,
possible that business will be
tely and surely as any banking
ountry.
FOR RENT
Ws have a good list ol cottages and houses lor rent in choice
localities ia the dty ol North. Vancouver, and shall be pleased
to show any of them to intending settlers.
Builders of houses is North Vancouver will do well to look
over our list ol choice lots and blocks suitable (or building put
poses.
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(lncoiporaled A.D. lyob, under llu Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chief place of business in North Vancouver, B.C.)
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The aldermen were all in iheir
places with .Mayor May in the
chair, at the special Betting ol
the ciiy council, Thursday evening.
A letter was read Irom Mc-
Dougall Jenkins, Engineers,1,id.
to the ellect thai llie colli pail)
is tulisidc-rilig tilt cstablisliing
ol a boiler works, machine simp
and foundry in Norlli \ ancouvei
capable ol handling llie largest
class ol marine and station,u\
work. The linn will employ
about Jo men al llu- start,
whose wages will average unci,
dollars per day, and wiicn running at lull capacity a stall ol
150 men will be employed. IBs
plant and buildings will cost
>75,ooo. The. company is prepared lo consider North \ ,111-
uiiivci, provided they are grained exemption liom taxation lor
a period of ten years Irom the
starling ol the works, w Iiu It
would bu about October Isl,
1909, alld free water up In 5000
iiiiiii liit pit iiiiinih, additional
water to be charged at the rate
ol ten cents per ion itihu Ir. 1
Messrs. McDotigall and Jenkins were prcsuil anil stated
thai lhe compan) has an option on MO leel til watclllnllt.
They would require a two inch
connection with the w.tlcriii.iin
and would use a three-quarter
service pipe.
Ciiy Engineer Haucs Stall
that the city water system
would now provide 180,000 cubic leet ol water per day williout allecting the pressure ,il tin
city limits, and this supply
could be very greatly 1 tinea sei I
at any time by altering the
pressure reducing valves. Each
lamily was estimated lo average nm gallons or aboui seventeen cubic leet per day. There
was ample water at present fur
10,000 people.
Oii  motion oi Aid.  Dick,
was resolved to grant the coinpanv 5000 mini leet ol water
per iiionth at .1 nominal   rate,
ami also exemption of improve
ments Irom luxation, each tot' a
it-nil ol leii  years,  subject   1.
tite approval of the city soi.
or.   Aid. Schultz was appoint-
ed a committee lo consult the
solicitor in the matter.
The city solicitor lorwardul,
in writing. Ins decision with relerence to the local improvement bylaw. The letter will lie
found verbatim, ill aiiotner tol-
umn.
Tlu.- city solicitor was insliui-
ted to give Mr. Dicrsscit tniri)
da] s notice lo vacate the premises occupied by him oa Um
lerry whaii, as Irom July is.
Manager Heard reported thai
the inspector ol boilers Had n-
luscil In pass OM ol the boners
ol the St. George, and that   11
would be accessary iu lay Uw
boat oil during the repairs.
Council decided that tin
George  shall  not  be  avaiiaoli
lor moonlighl excursions.
An application Ior the pin,
lege ol erecting a cigar staiiu
and shoe shining stand on in
local wharf was relused.
The lerry manager was in
slructed to keep accurale   in,.
sheets showing the time ol men
employed on tha boats during
repairs.
The new map ol lhe , it), to
be used in llit- sitoml edition ..|
the folder, was submitted li)
Engineer Hams ami passed.
The finance committee was la
strut ltd io lotisiilt Wm. Godfrey, manager Hank nl B.N A.,
Vancouver, with regard to the
issuing   oi   delielllllles   lol   pay-
nit-iit ol ihe city's portion 01 the
cost ol 3rd street improvements
lo date.
N. V. BOATING   CJ.l 11
ten, K. Smith, Dr. Alomson, C.
C. Thornton, P. Larson, ll. 1'.
Dewar, A. Sullivan, 11.  Wuotis,
\\. 11. Braim, k. Stoney,   w.
Gilinour, A. Camera**, J. luru-
bull,    Messrs.   Donaldson    and
Duichart.    A committee  was
appointed to have the -boat-
house removed to the lool ol
Chesterfield avenue, as per permission ni the city council. A
meeting ol the executive will be
held Thursday evening next, at
Gilmour s boalhousc.
WELCOME RESIDENTS
1,. S. l,,i)liss, a loruic-r resilient ..I this dty, who removed
to Montreal, has returned and
is residing wilh S. Humphreys,
.it tin Lounge, Keith road west.
liis brother, 1'. N. Beyliaa, is
expected Beat week and will
make his hoine here. 1 he ltav-
liss brothers have won an extended reputation m international hockey, each having distinguished linnsell iu tins line-
id sport, 1'. N. llayliss has
ligiiri-d 111 twenty-stun inieiii.1
1ia1i1.1l   matches,   having   besl
captain ol the Ut lsli team   lor
several .seasons.
North Vancouver boating cltb
held a iiieel ing Tlnn sday c\ filing, lor the purpose of organising for the season. The following officers were appointed:
Honorary  commodores, II..11
F. 1,. Carter-Colloll, Jas.Cooper Keith and A. 11 Diplock;
commodore, J. A. McMillan;
vice commodores, t, \\. Robert-
sun ami J, Wim 1; captain, J,
N.  J.  Bnwi; vtic captain, G
K. Hughes; secretary-treasurer,
J. 11, Brown; executive commit-
l.iiCAI. SHIPYARDS
Tlu yacht 1'cnguin, ninth has
been built hn Uw Royal  Vaa
couver V.uin iltib at Wallace
ship),mis, is now practical!)
completed ami  ready  lor  the
Stretching ol  tin   sails.     She Is
decidedly ,1 class) creit aad her
lilies suggest  speed.      The   hull
is painted black  arith  ,1  wide
gold band al lhe deck line. The
l.n.it will be fitted Willi silk
sails   and    will    probably    be
launched In a lew days. The
1'ing.il .unl ,1 suiw belonging to
Captain   Preach   were  on   lhe
w.us lllis week.
NOKTH VANCOUVEI!
iirv
Another nea lamil) has been
i.l.li.l to local residents la Uu
person ol Ur. aad Mrs. Johnson
recenth ol Saa Diego, Cal.,aad
1.iiiinih ..I Winnipeg,
I.a.'.I A     Ila,II    a      pU|      I.Oil   .
dab ,ite., 17th mst    Please return to Campbell ft Uilh 1   Ri
ward.
'lhc great customs revenue
from tlie ports has stimulated
the government ol Canada to
harbor development. Canada's
polity today is Railways to the
Waterways, I'ort Development
by Kailroad Construction. Harbor expansion will be the salient
lc-ature ol the next decade.
Hurrard Inlet consists ol' iwo
anus. lhe Canadian l'acilic
Kailway has developed the
south .side ol one aim, 01, say,
0111 lourlh oi lhe harl-or,   with
Vancoaver as port ciiy.     tha
Nat il Government  has di
tided lhat the remaining ilnn
loin ihs ol the harbor nnisi   In
developed   and   made    icvinii.
producing,      Canada  has  toted
fjoo,ooo lor a railroad bridge,
also *<fi,.|..o pel  mile lo ennui. 1
ihe Nortli Vancouver   side   ol
Hm laid Iulet wilh lhe railroad
1. in 11 on the south.
N.n th Valiiouver Clly is the
centre and ninlciis ol Create
Burrard Inlet, and Uie progies
sin   .ictiiiii  ol  the  Dominion
I'lll) Ct'tlllll-llt    IS   tilt'   gll.llalllttl     a,I
Korth Vancouver's progress,
Just as the Grand Trunk I'.i
uiu kailway will double populated Canada, the railroad
bridge ol Hurrard Harlior will
doubtless make a second Vancouver; will rendu aitesslblc lo
lhe railroad systems ol Uie n.n
lliiini North I aiuouver's twenty miles ol serviceable hai I.m
lrolllage, on which judicious .111-
licipalion may sec llie whaUlagl
antl aCUVe snipping  line nl  tlie
luture. North Vancouver's ad
tame >s imminent, ami Investment iu tlu- direction m tonnng
developments, should sttuie
large returns.
So lal as ian lie loicsteii iln
three great wharfage lines ol
Canada on iln* Pacta should as
at Vancouver, Priacs Kupert,
and North \ aiitouvt-r.
The assessment lalin ..I \ .111
muvci toda) is M tunes what
it    was   about    Jo   yeals   ago.
Weat End residence lots in Van-
COUVCI ale worlh Jo times wliat
the) were worth jn years agn.
This example lit fait is worth a
thouaand unproved theories,and
shows ihat in a progressive city
such as N'niih Vancouver, lirsl
rate residence lots will get their
Eail share oi the geiu-tal advaaca
ill value.
Wc 1.ller al llie uiidemoted
pities Ullcxicllid li'Sldetiie lnls
!iu North Vancouver, which, being protected from ftspredatioa,
will toiillnue firSt-Cate, Ihese
lots musl prove a sound and
higfal) icliiuiuialivc inteslinenl
Some aie situated 011, aiid others close to, the Grand lloule-
\.iitl, wluili is Uu- iiind heads
vard ol the world's cities,   and
which we cannot doubt will develop   inlo   one   ol   the   linesl
I sights in tins diatrict ot magni
litelll steliii).
lnsidt lols, 52K. by 140ft. or
1 -,..11 , each $1000. Double cornels, i^iwo lotsj 104k. by 140ft.
or 150ft. together J2500. Terms.
One-thud cash, balance nine and
eighteen months. Interest ou
deferred instalments b per cent.
Also too lots in eloas proximity to boulevard at $700 to $800
tat li lm insiilis, .molding to
position, double corners $i(S.*,.>
to J1750.
Plans, priu- lists .unl nther information cin be had from tbe
North Vancouver Land *3» Improvement Co. Ltd. Lty.
Malum, HcimItiiul €t Mahon,Ltd., Official A«,ent*
CORNER PENDER AND SEYMOUR STREETS, VANOOUVER, B. C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
in
A   local   reception   lo    lion.
Willi,ii.i I'ugsley, minister ol
publii woi ks, upon the occasion
oi lus approaching trip i" the
west, waa discussed at the meeting oi the executive committee
oi the board oi trade, Wednea
dav eveaiag, The matter was
reierred to the reception   and
eiitcrlaiiiiiieiit i.uiiiiiiltee.to arrange a joint committee with
tin .in and districi councils
ior iln purpose. Alex, Philip
presented his resignation irom
the board ol trsde delegation
..ii ih. joint civil advertising
committee On motion, Hr,
I'lnli;> was requested to reconsider his resignation, this action
being strongly supported by
members ol the executive, Mi
Philip was Imallv prevailed upon io continue to act, The cin
clerk wrote, advising Ui.it  the
uiv is pupal in-; | map h.r use
in lhe folder, and also that ,il
dermeii McNeish, McRae and
Dick hate been appointed dele-
gales to the joint comiiiiUc"
lor drafting a harbor commission bill. The mayor is likewise ex niinii. a member oi this
delegation. On motion, V. .1
Irwin, Alex. I'hilip, and C. t.
Jackson were appointed as delegates irom tin- board of trade
President l). Q, Dick a member
ex ollicio.
DOMINION   DAY
An appropriation of 5:40 for
music was made at the meetingI
of the general 1clcl.lati.1n coin-'
mittee,  Tuesday evening,   and:
placed  at   the disposal ol the
music committee.
An a.K erasing committee was
constituted, comprising Chief
Davies, chairman; aad A, s.
I-aiiiiiersi.il, Bert Campbell and
A. G, l'erry. A reception committee was appointed, consisting ol the cilv council, the district council, and the appointees
tO lhe ferry directorate.
The programme as it at present prcselils itself, will consist
ol band music from nine a.m.
to eleven p.m. A grand opening at the city hall, at whin
patriotic songs, etc., will lie
rendered hy the children from
the public schools,  lllis    lo    be
followed immediately bv a good
programme nl sports (or the
children, Aquatic and other
events will lake place during llie
allcttiiioti and a grand display
of fireworks 011 the waterfront
111 the evening.
The    committee    will   meet
agaia this (Friday) evening,
UCEN8E   C0MMISSI0NE1
An adjourned meeting of the
board ol license commissioners
was held Wednesday aitsraooa.
Chiel oi Police Davies submitted
.1 report, 1.. the effect that he
bad inspected the hotels and
lound   conditions satisfactory,
The report was received.     The
chief oi pi.lue was Instructed to
sec nliai the regulations   with
respect tO Ore escapes were properly complied wilh.
A communication  was read
iiniii the Christian Endeavor
society of Sl. Andrew's Presbyterian church, to the ellect that
hotel bars are kept open for
business on Sundays. The city
bylaw was read and no mention
is made therein of Sunday closing of bars, so that the couimis
sinners found themselves powerless to act. It was decided thai
the city council be requested to
lake into consideration the restriction or tile noii-rcslriclioti
of the sale ol liquor on Sundavs
The practice of hoU-lkeepers
in selling liquor to men who fail
to provide for their families,
and who extract hard earned
money from their wives to
spend for liquor, was condemned in unmeasured terms.
Mayor Ma\ presided and Commissioners Schult/. alld Steacy
were present.
SATURDAY'S VOTING
181; against :>i; spoiled :;   nn-1 A. 1''.. Crickmay
marked 5; majority for the by-1G. A. McBain
law, 50,    On lhc nominees lor
the   board   ol   directors,   total
number of ballots cast, :iy;
.las. A. McNair  148
IV Larson      128
Jesse Williams     118
William  Morden     	
1-'. .1. Fowler  ,s;
A. lv Macnaghten  j8
Spoiled      3
The first four named were ll
successful candidates.
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A SNAP
1 Lot, two blocks from Grand Boulevard, oppoiita
two houses,
PRICL FOR ONE Wl IK OMY $250
Terms, $100 cash, balance, $10 per month,
MAY <& BURNS
REAL ESTATE AND
FINANCIAL   \GENTS
9*+++*+/i'+*+tV+*i/i/<^^
A SPLENDID
INVESTMENT
$500 cash will smire ten lots (including double
corner' lituated in ohoio sub-division,   Worth
$200 each.  Huy thiabonch and sell them singly.
Vol' WILL DOUBLE VOUB MONEY.
Price $1,000, Terms £ cash, balance fi ct 12 months
INKSTER & WARD, 5
Phont 44
,']|i L.-iu.UW Avenut
rlli Vanruiift'f
• •
Ten handsome dinner sets given away
monthly
*N+t*H+NlN+N*
The numbered coupon cunt,lined in every "th sack ol Royal Standard Flour gives you a chance to win a beautiful   109
puce china dinner set. Watch this space tin- lirst issue of every
mouth for ilu- lucky numbers. Gather all ihe coupons you can,
.iiul compare ihem wiih the vlnaing aambcra,
Royal Standard l-'lour is a pure, clean, wholesome Hour,
made from specially selected wheat, brought from the choicest
wheal lultls nl the C.in.idi.in West, milled in Vancouver,   and
handled with lhe utmost care through  every  process until   it
reaches your kitchen—the beat Lour ou sale in Hritish Columbia
today.
Ordet a sack from your grocer.
Manufactured hy
VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO., Lid.
VANCOUVER,     B.C.
'Flu* returning officer's report
of the poll, mt Saturday last,
on the lerry bylaw and the nominees (nr the board of directors,
was as (nllnws: On the Inlaw,
total number of ballots cast,
217; number necessary to carry
the bylaw, IJIj for the bylaw,
ALEXANDER & MACNAGHTEN
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Agents for
B, C. Permanent loan and Savings fo.
I'hoania. fire Insurance to., ol london, 1 tig.
I iter pool a I notion & 1,'aihi- Insurant r In.
lhe Sun lile tssuram , Co., ol Canada,
tk^^V)^<^^lVaA^^lV^lA%-vy*^v^.^»^A^MM»M»M»*^
Reduce Your Hardware Bill*
Don't liny blindly. If we OSS inti art- willing tn nave you
money sa your hardware il is to your advantage to allow in- to
doSS, If* Sf« laS position tuaell ymi the beat hardware
auppliei nf every .leei-riptiiin nt the lowest pricea and nn matter
what your requirement! are.
Well    UO  |* 'I yii'H'•'aveyniirordera with ua
We ran. inli* .11. -..'•*. (ully in the open market wilh the biggest
hardware eunrerna in llritisli Columbia, Weaseais ..r.lera
that otli'-ra can't toiit'li. Win-* hSaSSS M buy .lir.-.'t (mm
the niitiiufarturera in many .ns >; we buy ju.liei.ui.ly nil of
the time, »e pay t-aali lor nor good., and nur expense, nre low
Pul uur .'l.iinii tn the teat, we'll ante vou iii..ii.*>
mm mmm hardwire ommit, lu.
104 Esplanade Next lo Post Ofho* Phone No  H8
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.»»t**«*i*V*V*W*<-V*A^
NORTH VANCOUVER
THE DELIGHT ni- TOURISTS
MATCHLESS SCENIC ATTRACTIONS
EXCELLENT   ROAM   AND  CONVENIENS
i.m ATBO B0TBL8 THROUGHOUT THE DIS
TRICT
RET! RN   PERRY   RATE 0*   TWENTY FIVE
CENTS POl \i TOMOBILES
PASSENOEB RATES   BTRAIGHT PARE FIVE
CENTS;    BHEET SIX TICKBT8 13 CBNT8
THE PARADISE OF PLEASURE SEEKERS
EASY ACCESS To Ai.l. points HV BUtCTRIC
CARS, AUTOMOBILE AND TAU.VIK) BTAOE
LINES, OK LOCAL LIVERY BTABLB8
f
CLIFF HOUSE AND CAPILANO RIVER
&c~^9
\   VERITABLE   "HORN  oi-   PLENTY"   FOR
SPORTSMEN,   ANGLERS, moiatain 11.imu
l-.KS   AND 0UT-OF-D00R8 ENJOYMENT
MAW  [DEAL NOOKS FOR PICNIC  PARTIES
Half Hourly Ferry Service to and from Vancouver
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE "CIVIC COMMITTEE." TIIK  EXPRESS, JNUKin v^
V/V/U;   f   AmiM.%*      -"•    ~-
Hi
Mrs. W. Uwen and family
look1 their departure lor Allin
on Saturday evening, leaving ->n
the Princess Koyal. They w«e
to be met at Skagway liy Ur,
Owen.
Previous to the boat sailing,
a number ol the iriends ol mc
lamily gathered at the boat,aim
presented Mia. Uwen with  a
liaiidsome morocco-bound cop,-,
ol Shakespeare's works, accompanied by a suitably worded
address. D. G. Dick, lather ol
Alts. Owen, replied leellligly lo
the address, thanking the mends
lor the numerous acts ol kindness shown Ins daughter ami aai
lamily, The presentation address is us lollows:
North Vancouver,
June 12,1909
To Mrs. W. Owen,
City:
Dear Fnend,-lt is with sincere and deep regret that your
many friends in this cilv have
learned ol your impending departure ior Atlin, and they leel
that your removal will be a
distinct loss to the circle 111
which you moved. Since coming amongst us to reside, you
have always shown an sagCI
willingness to help and assist,
while your bright anil sunny
uature has done much lo gladden the hearts oi those wu,
whom you came in contact.
We, being but a lew of youi
numerous well wishers in Norm
Vancouver, have gathered hereto bid you a kindly farewell,
and to wish \ou and your little
ones Godspeed and a sale journey lo your distant luture a-
bode. But battorc giving you
•our parting handclasp, we
would ask you to accept
from us this larewell gilt oi a
volume ol poems, which is ollered with all the homage of loyal
hearts ntnl trusty friends. May
llu- perusal of the words ol
tlu.se poems serve lo while
away tin- tedious hours ol your
journey, and bc the means ol
conveying to you the sateem in
which we hold you. We trust
that in your far-away Northern
home, Mr. Owen, yoinsell .mil
lamily may liiet-t with all possible good luck and pmspeiuv;
that you may enjoy perfect
health and contentment, ami
that you may win and hold as
many firm and lasting Iriends
as you .woe lelt behind you in
North Vancouver.
Permit us to subscribe ourselves, your Iriends in North
Vancouver.
pmoTiiw IMI
WnWW    l,\\lil \lilS
MRS. WtllMlNGInS. (,,r .nme yi-«n-
r.'.|.l..|it in Pari, and li.-riiinii).
lit.opsaSalaHinlin, IM Upper
Keilh Issd, (..r llif |..»rliiii|i..l
hum, and the Kmirli **t\ lirr-
mtu lai'iiiing.'-.
Be*
Look lor the above trsdemark.
thc sign ol quality, on your
ceteal foods.
\\> manufacture UN l» st
Rolled Oats
on the market tndav.
Leave your orders with ui lor
HAY, CHAIN
AND   CHOI'
Prompt Delivery
Satisfaction Giuriiit" *l
n-eBrackmai) Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdale  Avenue,
il Ferry Landing
Jas. Chapman,   local mana-(er
LOCAL MEWS ITEMS
Lauder .1 nil Lombard are lo
box here ou July 1.
Str. St. George was laid tll
this week lor repairs.
Mrs. W. L. kerne la visiting
in Victoria this week, the guest
of Mrs. W. 11. Duiiililfloii.
In the report oi the proceedings ol the districi council, 111
last week's issue, llie name nl
Councillor Gordon "Who is .1"
sent in California) was inadvertently substituted lot' Uiai nl
Councillor Knlisoii win. w.is
present at Uu- council meeting,
Thc Christian Endeavor ul
St.Andrew's iliunli, wete Bl ll
ed tn a most interesting paper,
by Miss M. llall, on llie Ule ol
i-raiiies Willanl.    lhe remarks
showed much slttdy and knowledge oi lier hie. All present
gleaned something new. Mr.
Llavis ol Lynn Vaile) is down
lur the topic next Monday, at
tlu- Kev. iiill,mi's residence.
Frederick G.Tennant ami Hose 1
E.  Mortimorc, eldest daughter |
ol J. G. and Mrs. Moriniiuic ol |
Vancuuver, were united 111   tne
bonds ol holy  matrimony   at
Christ Church,  Tuesday  morning.      Air.   and  Mrs.   Teiinaiit
will take a honeymoon trip   to
Victoria and the Bound  cities,
and, upun tlieir return, will reside  un  3rd  streei,   this  dty.
Mrs. Russell, ul North Vancuuver,   was  among   the   invited
guests al the church.
A. J. HOOD
V> l.niiH   ult* Ave,
i.XI'Kl,",' WATI Iiu \kt:ii,
ji 1VKU.K.1, nre,
Wai.■!>.*- un.l Clocki Cleaned  un.
Ufpnirt.1 ni iii*'.l.*r;iit* pr-tees.
1 1   1     1. .. lira   '■* 1
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Laml Clearing, Stump mil Kock
Wanting, 1.no1....'.' n"*tr housss.
Ah damage* made pod.
K M I ■ I. t . V M I*. \  I       AllUSCIT
Md >*>l.,  Wt-aal ,,l  l.,„,aatl . le
l'i.. Boa ,,
The Lonsdale
ICE CREAM PAKLOR
(o„fetlioni'r\, Iruil, lubritto dud (iq-ar*
Fresh Fruit ia -e^on
ROBINSON'S
n i.a.n.-.iiiii* Ait-
Home Made
BREAD
Cake*-, I'ai-in, Confectionery
lie-it Materiala ,
iiMiirs and Mai
1 n l.onsdalc Avenue
-- PALACE
HOTEL
N.V. Fish Market
Boanl nl' Trade
North Vancouver Board oi
Trade meets the third Tucs.l.iv
ol each month, at H o'clock p.
m., in the board room, Ciiy
Hall. Executive meets the lirst
Tuesday of each month. 1). G.
Dick, President; .1. K. J. Murray, Secretary.
Kriral of Liquor Ltau
TiKK NnTli'l'.ilint thirty d»s altoi
title, I Inland ta »wl\ i> t.i. Hossw,
Su|*.*nnteii.li.|it 1.1 Pn.iiii.iiil I' '•'. i"r
.1 rrni-ual "I lln*li.|ii..r Itensi "f tin-'
M.,.Klviill.' hotel, I..LI Lt         Thf
M,M..iv\ill.- hotel i« .iiiiiitt-'l nl  Moody-
rille, on lol somber JW, gfoap mm, Htm
tVta-tinlniter dlatrlol
Datrdst Moottjrelllt, B.C., Ihl* IIH I
•Ul   a,I  M.i*.,   )   I'., 1MB,
[Mned TOM BOOTH
HENRYS
(iarikii Tools
Siirajiiig Material
live Supplies
Fruit uini iiriimiiriilal
Trt'i's
157-pnye iJiitiiloguu Free)
M. J. HtHRT, Vancouver, B.C
NURSERIES
Hankin & Harding
DECORATORS   PAINTERS
P-\perHaNgers
GRAiNERSdt MARBLERS
North Vancouver,   -   B.C.
I'.i.,. Mm   Ha, lunrtaMIt  tv*
Op^oallr M..','. Icoa.ra Slot.
COAL
COAL
NEW WELLINGTON Owl
.lir.-.l Irmn ll..* n*i. >*.
Place y.uir nrtl-ri 11"* a ..I
(.•eure y.'.ir nii.ltT'mi.ippl.t-.
Ijirgf -l.ipint-iii. »ill nrriu-
ill it l,'» *l.tt*. I'n. 1 ■ ra.*lit
l.irii.' SSBfll a,f \\ HDD
el iv 11 trn nn *a .'nl    .   .   .   .
P.    LARSON
11.il.'i North \a111011vet
Telephone  No. 2.
General Contractors
Ea-tlmtt- - jiven for wntosi 1 «..rk ..I
nil ,l.'w*ri|.li..ii«.
Cdlan aar dralni ssssvsti da
Llll'l .'!. ,.r.*.l
iira.iinal- l.ii.l ...:i lm Laws 01 |Sidss
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DAI WOM
1 \sim\n & 1 \ssim
I'.o n.aii111 t'aworrss
Mill
Wood
FOR SALE
50c a
Load
Vmi nni tiikf H Iwfga ;i Inui
Imul a* mil Iik'' fnr
"illi-t-litv
Send vmir own teama.
III
ftHan. Ill
17th SlrMt, North Vancouver
North Vancoaver
Transfer «%---
Cartaget Removal*
Parcel Delivery,
Storage
UN       UKA-..>\AIH.K     TKIIMi
OFFICE:—LOHSDALt ML IHS M
I, lepho
\ [hi Calls 11
l\g) I) n :
f ■ 00 |»r mnl up.
Sw . i.il rates to families ami to riRiilar
boarders	
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
St. ONO Sl SSIT,
Stilt 111   VANCOUVER, U. C
All kinds ol Freeh Hah delivered dally
Smoked Kliti ■ inssjsltjr.
Poultry, Kuns mul vafslaalsa
Our uini i*. ta, ptessa mu watoroen us
to iiiitjil. an.l pri.'i'b.
Cor. Lonsdale Ave. & Rth street
Phone 84
VANCOUVER BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN k CO.
CHARTERED	
  ACCOUNTANTS
City Auditors
North Vancouvei
516 Pender slreet
GROCERS
CBEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO, WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
KENDALL,  SEWELL 4 CO.
Chartered Accountants and
Auditors
Vancouver, B. C.
Victoria', B. C.
Seatlle, Wash.
Phone 1923       P.O. Drawer 765
DYtlNG AND CLtANINli
ARCHITECTS
E.STANLEY MITTON.M.l.C.A
ARCHITECT
bitj Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AUCTIONEERS
A. U  BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
6b ll.tstliigs street west
is the osly auctioneer who will
pay spot cash belore the sal* is
conducted
The only place in B. C. where
work is done entirely lo customer's satisfaction.
PERTH STEAM DYEING ft
CLEANING WORKS. A. Digits
Proprietor. Phone 75b. Uub
rates a specially. 562 Seymour.
tMI-LOlMCNI Actucr
uu mi, KVMUU1 .hUil
Loggers, Railroad Men, anu
Tradesmen lurnished lac lo
Employers.
14 Powell street. Cor.Carrall
Phone 256b
•.AJICJ   ,l-a,n*Jr-lavjoa.a*j
t>ARHlblt..H:>
F. C. SAUNDERS	
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary
Public. Member ot the bars
ol British Colurabis snd yue-
l.tc Room v Empire Build-
tag, 603 Hastings at. wesl.
Vaacouner, B.C.    Phone 4166
SCHULTZ 4 ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, eU.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Streei
Phoue 99b
S. D. Schnlti        C. S. Arnold
BATHS
Kallethe's Bath
MADAM  HUMPHREYS
Scalp irealiutut, l.ui.il Baaaagl
manicuring, shampoouig, vie.
Hair ill essiug iu latest styies 1.)
competent artists.
Call and inbpet.t Uie MEH LINE
0* HAIR GOODS.
Pulls, braids and pomp.idouis,
also   Ue   latest   designs   111
combs aud ban ells.
THE ALEXANDRA
st»9 i-'anville St.
ii 11
,        Phone 1000
 Hull
MUSIC
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Kuiiiiis 3 and 4 Elks' Hall, Cor.
Robson and Granville Streets.
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
PROF, GEO. COWAN, Expert
teacher ol Viuhn, Mandolin,
Banjo, Auiohaip, Zither, will
give twenty private lessons
lor 17. further uilormalion
al Cowan's up-to-date Music
Store, boS Westminster ave.
Phone 4113
M. I. IA1TT k CO., LTD.
550 Granville Street
Pianos - Talking Machine* —
Music Goods
The oldest music house in B. C.
HL-.L b-STATE
Keep your eye on
EAST   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
Tor particulars apply lo
MORDEN k 1T1UKMON
Phone 615     440 Homer btrtwi
UPIIWIANO
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Opiiuau
All work guaranteed
Consultation lice
49 Hastings street west
Opp. Cameraphoue thtatie
rt-iajro-ji-iAt-MtHa
MARiEL'b   STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHERS -
All inn houses sliniilil be pip
,.i 1,,1 n.i-, 111 order t" saw thi
lit,lit   1 -.prllilllllll   1..1   llll'. nm
iiunii..' .11 .1 I iin .iiti
\ \   1.11,in   lib \'i I
l'<>\\ IK Ul    I.1M1II-.II.
1,1.11 ..I.lll .U'
122 Haslings blleel Wesl,
VANCOUVER, B. •-.
The best equipped studio ou the
Corner Homar and I'esder Su. jeoaat. Pboue 322S
luihNmic uuiirauilee dc
MCMMI Ul'liuriillfll LU.
440 beymoui btreet
REAL ESjTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INV ESI MENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
URE INSURANCE
R. Ketr Houigate - - - Maaagsr
htbTAUHANia
ALLEN'S RESTAURANT
ATTENTION
Builders & Con factors
Lumber will nevei beoheap-
rr.   Q«1 in mi the pound
floor,   Iiiui.I iniw
S|»i i.iHi-ilnr   .mil  Kiln-
drlrd Fluurlns ssd I uii«li
1 vonsouver oiiigc. S9 umsme: pi
Mill -l.yuu Orssk, UU.
The only up-to-date and reliable bath house in British Co-
lumbia-
W« cure whrti olhers (ail.
Setittfattn.il gtiatinirt.l <>r no
pay. Plain hataa, ilaetrk baths,
shower baths, massage (or body, scalp and lace; electro therapeutic haths a specialty.
IDS. KAI.I.KTilK. PROP .
Graduate oi Berlin, Germany
K.OlUHL 1-HAIVllNta
Luiiiii 01 Dinner 25c.
nliuil aetata at all hours
37 Hastings Mteel West,
\ ANCOUVER, B. C.
PlU'UKfc. hKAMlNG A" Norlb Vantouver   people
We have lhe lalgi-sl Mink ol
mouldings 111 B.l_.lti sslact It.'iii
so when ynu \t,ml 11.iiiiiii-; doll
theap aud Mill gel our puns
BAlLtY BKUi. CO L1 i).,
540 Granville and 131s Cordova
eat al
LEONARD'S
Either 1-i.i.k Block or Hastings slieel, opposite the new
Post Ollice. l.i i.iiani sells his
lea by the pouud.
HEADY MAjt HOUbEb
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-StWW
Business Institute
ui. Baatiags si. w.
Carnttt 1 Gn.l.il WtiUrn School
R. .1. Rprott, B.A., - - Manager
ITU IVS KIN11H
Sffiiri' I Iir lliihi'sl Taiil MtfMi
Pitmas't Business College,
Ms *>J4 bib Seymour Stti-ti,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
HIE STANDARD HOUSE
BUILDING k CONTRACTING
COMPANY LIMITED
6X8 Carrall Sli rei
The 11. C. Mills
Titular and Trading Co.'s
Patented Sectional Buildings.
mu  WAST .inn PRINTING !
ASK Till''. NOKTIl VANCOl
vi-;k  KXPRESS PO!  Illl-.IK
INDEPENDENT PKli BS ' ! !
TMEAThES
CAMKRAPUONB THEAi'-B
Mithaiiital    U|iti.t,    Vaudeville
and Drama
I'liigi.uii ili.tngetl every Monday
Any scat 111 the house inc.
a| ll.isiings .stiiet West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
WATCHMAKERS
English  practical watchmaker,
l-'.st.iblished 1KN9
Specialty,   repainng
VOOOROOfB,
31a Carrall Strsst THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C
I
The nii'liil its ni ihis , Inli ii
.ilii-i ih.it tlii'H is work int
them to do in Korth Vancouver
linn in set , ibn ui doing ii, was
iln* topii ..I ilisiiissia.ii .a a pah
lu meeting held lasl night, un
ili t ilnn auspiu * ill llii tlisl i it i
luuuicipsl i.ilni * I In- .ii i. n l
,nin w.is not largi. Iiul il wu
representative ul .1 taru-tj ul
interests and il wus .mini*..,*
tii i'.i .. lorward movement.
President Iviiiiiu-rson occupied
tin Ji.in and i.n.il\ slati.1 iln
uhji 1 is ni th.' meeting, 1 a.a ..
in it* lift li discussed A 11 umbel ni in)) members win 1 nio!
led and it w.ts arranged i.. Imlil
.iiniili. 1 imlalii meeting in tin-
uiv lull next Hun sday evening
,it 8 o'clock, and lo lei J 1
Well advertised .is possible,
shuiiiil be ,1 member ol it.    Itsl
work inr benefit or hun to tlu- j
toting men will react on the
home in .1 vei y direc 1 waj,    Il
«ill imi he muiii trouble or a
pense to the many to set thnt it
is put on the best looting and
that iis business is managed in
ihr best way.
Tin- ilnb lus ,1 i,tin,ii.ii* possession in iln control ..i iln- .itli-
litii grounds, which are avail
,ible for a variety ol nsis.
I.OCAI, NEWS ITEMS
ih*  w   \   Dudley, «ister  ol
lml Main, ..1 the Hutching* >\-
liuin baken , «.is vialting 1	
city Thursday.
I,unl ('.ui, the governor gen
1 ral ..1 Canada, is lo be invited
1.* open iln int) i'.i.muiii' streei
iai idge *ii Vancouvei. about the
isl "i September.
Captain Sti)ens is tins week
removing with Ins lamil) Irom
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ iMmiilvvillf tn his mil' rcsidt-1111-
Tin. desire is tu have .,   nielli    ,, ,hl. corner ,,, „.,, slrn.{ am*
bership large enough tu *•• mm Sl   1)lU(1*s |U.1UI(,
tu engage tie services ol experts Th, -,- A brand, ,,, StJoha's
lu    u-11"    u-l'"s   '"'    '",'""; ilninh will Imlil ,, sale ul til.it,
classes ol sports, and 10   tab ,-ear and childrai'a clothliif, in
responsibility generally l* | u lm. ,,*1);K,* U1   ,,,,,,,„-ri,w  ,,1
mote an interest   in  athletics, ternoon, commeacing at two o'
both lor the young nun and tin (|ni^
•»y»-    u is proposed to have j.,,,*,,,,,!,,,-, u ,,, lhl, ,„„,„„. |
tlu* flub incorporated, also   in ed eaUbliahing ol a boilei works
pveil .. proper standing in llu ,1M,|.„U. Ao„ ,„,,, Unmhy   ■„;
community,   A vigorous movi thls llU Wlll ,,, ,,„,,„, ,,,  „u.|
imnt should result m ih, early ,,„,„.,,,,      ,,, ,,u. nK  l(lUmil
enrolment .a at least 200 mem s|1(.nal „„_.,,,,„.,
bits.   Tin* lees |.*i).il.l. are very ,,,,,„,., u   ,„,,„„,  „, Viltfl|..
moderate,*! every Wree months ,,,, »,,„ ,.,u.mh |ml,iUs,,|   lh,
lor adult members and $1 every propert. „, AM  „  •■   Yomg
u.ii lor juvenile members   Vet a, _t corner „, I,OI1M|,,|,   ,„1(i
with a large enrolment,   these „s(  sln,„   hilN  n,m„u,d   his
M"-'" [«a  *o~&  nu   ..   largi MUI1|V ,,,„„ ,|,, l.,1„lill ^y tn
Mim """'?■   |lm •' wil or ,,„*!,. „,„ holne,
Kitni/.eil ilub would have other)   A   M  Armstrong and lamily
DAINTY HOT WEATHER MISLINS AND
WASH GOODS
in ,ill weights and qualities, Including cross-bar, stripe
.nnl dotted muslins, while and colored  drills,  light  stripe
.links, drills, India linens, lawns, organdies, etc., etc., etc.
White dotted Swiss, large and small dot, per yard 13c
Extra line dotted Swiss   .';•*'
Cream and white fancy muslins      Jo*
Extra line quality 1,uny muslins, .ill deaigaa, In cream aud
white, regular 40c, .'or  joe
Light strips ducks   ijt
Besl quality English drills, white ami colon   -.s*
iiisi English prints, guaranteed 1.1st colon, regularly sold
for 15c, our price*     i:.c
liinghams and Shambrays, .11 cul.us 101 .unl  Ijc
Imll,1 litmus, Victoria lawns, Persian  lawns, organdies,   Ijjjl
15c loc nnd   I"
Remember we an agents lor Bingei and Wheeler .\- w,l
son sewing machines and acccasories,
J. J. IfcALEECE
KEITH BLOCK LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
PROPERTY IN D. L. 273 IS
NOW SELLING FAST
Wt-have a number of lots in tliis section' at prices under
market,    Here is a particularly cheap buy :
Lots 19, 20,21 and 22
Block 11, D.L. 273
ONLY $2500
nil a iv particularly well placed
north $800 each.
mil  are
actually
S. GINTZBURGER
-LIMIT Et •
legitimate sources ol n eenue in
I),lie   I'l'llliii'iil
[nnil Vancouver
gate    receipts   at   Important ito t)lls nlv ,„ui ;m. residing at
events. ilu   COm*y   0|  Is*   itreet  aad
N"»<   *iU  nmre   U ughli Chesterfield aveaue,   Mr. Arm
appreciate  the  advantages   of §troag ia machinist with  Arm-
■laving .i strong, well-managed gtroll|. *-, Morrison, V'aacouver
^~^mmmm^—W^—W^M     ^l^^^^^l mW^—Wmwm_WT
iiiiii ill,ui tin hoys themselves
Tin*) will In* proud in belong lo
it and in wear its colors,  and
ItS   lllllllll    Will   bl    .1   S,llllll   tlllsl
iui iiniii.
Tin* movement is ..it,uuh -.n
tin righl direction Bverj
young in.ui should rail) round
the   ilub,   .unl   ever)    parent
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC
BURRARD SASH & DOOR IAC10KY, foot of St. George
W« iihril a triftl hid on your Order* stniitl or la.yv
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I
A. R. STEACY
Ciniin   LttUttoh   Ire ,)•-,/ Second Stieet
Vhones iti  jn,/ .46}
Tin* liiiiiii on poultry i
ing in Horticultural hall, Tu* -.-
dai i veaiag nexl .it B o'clock, j y
in .Mi   Bayliss,  editor ol  ilm   J
Poultry Journal aad Horticul-* *
tm ist, will in* illustrated   bv
nn,ms ul live birds aad will
provi both interesting aad   ia-
siiin live,
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES 9
I.ucal and Foreign Fruits •{•
Flesh ami Case Lgtfs A
Choice Creamery Putter always nn li.unl J|
Leap Goods, Oltsswara -y
Crockenrwsre, Brushes,  Uromnt. etc. rtr •!.
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THE NORTH VANCOUVKR -SPECIALIST
163 Cordova fttrcct, 'umvouver, B. C.
I- o. mix swi.
*<t^»*fr¥*M»*49*m^*<ay*<f^
I
(ALL AND SEE THE NEW
ASSORTMENT OF
vSilverware
Given
Away
AS PREMIUMS ro CASH PURCHASERS AT
MCMILLANS f
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DR.
MORRISON
Dentist
Hnur-
,, ., ,a,   toJ|i 111
la. .11,   111   , I,
Nor ll )'«   i-.».v«
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HENRY T. C. EVES
PERCY KIM".
mzm\ t\tb i^ co.
The GENUINE North Vancoaver ^ecldlbt*
ill ABOARD hOR
LYNN VALLEY
Canyon
Height*
\\> hsvi . li * la t • ia li in this' hoice sub iiiii mn.
Rem< mix i       i . an \ silt i     ii Ihs mosl thii kit
populated pari ol tin Districi Municipality,
PRICI $250
I51 ma cash, I1.1i.11ii' in lour quarterly psymeals ol
S5.1 "ti (,ich.
ill nl luts 5<ix 1411.75
CHURCH     SCHOOL,     POST OFFICE,
LUMBER AND SHINGLE MILLS
All within essy distance.
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ROAD
Call and See Us
NOTE ADDRESS--67 and 69 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver,
Phone 6
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