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NiiuTii Vancouvei:, B.C., AuaVR 5, 11)10
Number '12
DISTRICT COUNCIL
The  regular  meeting  ol  tin
Diatrict   Council  was  held    bis'
evening, Keeve McNaught pic
siding   and   all the   councillor!
present,
Correspondence was read as
followi
l'luiii T, S. Nve claiming re
luntl ul (18,93 •"' overcharge on
benl Improvement taxes and
over-estimate ol acreage, Re
[erred to finance committee.
From K. II. Sperling oi tin
B.CE.R, answering the 'Hs
1 rii 1 's communication regard
ing ihe attention ol the  itreet
car line tin l.niisilale Ave.       lu
the first plan* he confirmed his;
promiat nf 1908 for as extension which had been fulfilled, l,
000 feet having been added In
lhe l.ullstlalc Ave   line.  In   ref-
iTi'iicc lu the promts  nf lii in- j
sell    ami    director    Blundell
Brown fur another eitenaion in
I'loy   lie   ilistTailiieil    llial    ami
.aiil the statement credited to
them was Inaccurate    Further
he saitl the company hail BOW
constructed 10 miles in Nnrlh
Vancouver, being 1 mile in
everj luu po] illation and a further extension In Capil,uin was
now under construction lie
thought it could not bc stated
Ili.il the Cninpanv was nut living up tn its reputation .is .1
progressive cum em
Cona,   Allan affirmed    that
there   was   BO   iluiibt   bin lhat
the i'i'»i promise was made.
The    Keeve    thought   lile    lei
Ur required sunn- serious con
snhl.iliuli as Mr. Spelling al
legctl (aels whiih did not I list
lit s.ml further thnt Uh neu
extension to I.vnn Valley wm
lhe lirst  line to eiilti  ilu-   dis
irit 1,  alsu  tli.it  including the
tin's population Mr Spi 1 liii;'
was VeTJ iiiiiili iiiii 111 his ret la
"Hing    it was referred  to the
chairman   of    the    liuaiiee   ami
board nl works committee  to
miller  Willi  the  Na.ITll  I.i.IIsiIkIc
li.iii-p.i\ers' Asaociation in
Ir,lining a replv.
\\ I. Keene, president of the
N'nith Vancouvei   Horticultural
ainl   Agricultural   Suiiili    was
presenl wiili 1 reqneat im ■>
donation  to  this year's exhib
ItioU tu be held till the -llll   ami
iniii ul September.
A donation ol Sku was
made
.1. I.utiiei and niheis Inter
esitii .iskeii council to Introduce
by laws lui lhe iiiatailami/ing
"I King and Nve siieels three
hint ks   east    uf l.ulisilah    Ave
Referred in the engineer .uul
bonrd "1 wurks
From 11. V.. Young, prm in
ii il sui,tan advising thai the
execnlivt committee had ilecid
etl imi tu altei district's rkii
sinii in rejecting the plan il D,
I,  s,,| ildvlwyldj   \ir   Voting
.itlvisetl   lurther   ihal    the "Wil
tis ,,i ihe subdivision had bun
notified that the property
might be divided up min town
luts ami the balance nol baa
ible iui illis purpose inin acn
luls, better achnowledged wnh
thanks
The ilerk advised receipt i
base nl llie I'l Alkinsmi park
Irulll the dipt "I ill.ililli .unl
lislnllis Aiklluwlcilgul Willi
thanks
Mr 1) MeLeod, owner ni
block i. -', c |, Dl,  SM, ass
ed council il  thev   wuuld hi .11   .1
purtimi ui the coat nl opening
up alld grading lhe mads Into
ihis subdivision loi seiilcrs'
iit'iieiii   Interred in iln- board
ad wnrks.
The Seymour Lumber Cu
asked lur a further pavincut nl
ft,000  nn   their   ruad mliti.i' l
Referred i" board nf wnrks.
E. Franeil asked for a mail
intu 1), L. t,2t,. Clerk instruct
ed tn advise wrilei   that    mat
nr was under conaideratii n,
T. S. Nve advised thai the
planking on the new road nil
iln extension ,.[ si George's
Ave was being bud, p.i 11 i.i ll \
mi the boulevard in places  Ke
(erred in It".ild nl walks tti
engineer In  ilivi* li: .il.
II    lladdiiti  asked  Inr  ,1    nil
mi ting ru.id through l). I. 803
tii  Keilh  rond  ami  his   ptupti
iv in I)  1,  ;i,:. Kii. n, board
nl wnrks
The secretary  nl   tin   •■'! I
board asknl for iln levelling ol
tin   in t\  N 1 1 :'iiaiiinl    111 l.v nil
Vulli v    111 tniiliiiiiiil v   willl   Uu
old grounds,  Rd,  U) buard   of]
worki,
c. \x. Sugden drew attention
to the crossing ul the B.C.E.R,
Cu's.  line at  the miller ul  Has
kills and Pipe line road,     Referred to boanl ol works.
Wanl    Ilui liieistel      alld   VuU
Graeveniti aaked for lhi opening up ul Knss ruad tu luls ,*i
ami ii, block 1-813. They tspni
In build W lllllll a spei liiitl I lire.
Referred tu buard ul worka,
Six petitioner!, A. B, Steven-
ion and niheis, naked loi the
iiiiistnu timi nl a wli.til at the
foot ul Mali road In ill,' Dundaravt* subdivision a Laid un-.-
lur further consideration
.1. Luiiiel, representing ihe
N. Lmisilale Ratepayers, asked
ilu* lollowing queitiooi:
1.    Has provision been   made.
tu carry ilu- mince water nil
Lmisilale Ave ]
:. What width mi Lonsdale
Ave. is tu be iiiaiadami/ed '
,*,. Hon is ihe rmk [rom the
quarry in be brought tu Nurth
Lonsdale '
|. What provision is tn be
111,ule Inr lighting and side
walks.'
The reeve slated lhe    cuiillcil
hail ihe m,tiler under consideration ami il would bf relerred
tu Hn* engineer to look into.
Mr. l.unlel laktd that steps
be taken [ur the installation ul
sewerage   in    Nurth     Lulisdule.
lie slatetl that he understood
the tuv was trilling i" co opcr
ale in the si heme alld it was hi'
suggestion thai  thev   be confer-
EVERYBODY IS DF.LIGHTED.
secretary tu complete tht,nls.
Secretary Cauiji dl tendered
Ins resignation n.i account oi
ill health, but ihl Hi nnl being
reluctant tn put with Mr.
Campbell's efficient services,
the resignation was laid on lh
table iu ilu- hopi ihat he amy
hi    ible In resume his tint its   a
little Inter,
CITY COUNCIL
POLICE COURT
red with willi this object in ilitnii ; X. 1'. Cross, $540 und
view. Resolved to write in the is cents per ftiut (nr puncheon:
dtj    iiiiiii,il    submitting     lliis  Biinkti    and   I'rinee,   Shim   ami
suggestion in them,
Mr, Kills, proprietor "f the
Capilano hotel, was presenl an I
■In w attention tn the regrettable slale nl  lhe In.id between  Huns.
Caiivi.n Vien hotel and his ho*    Nn  tenden
nl
The le, v,   said ll  had 1 it'll n
Win. Allan ami   Chas   Hull/
man Were eaeh  Illlitl S-V.sn   and
msis in the police court iiii
Wednesday morning "ll a ellarge
of dumping garbage nil lhe
street contrary to the health
bylaw.
R.   II. Tarn appeared in   tie
fence   of   a charge   uf   walllull-
1, an 1  ti-iellv tui Hiring a dog,
lhe   pr iperty   ol   .lames   1)* ig
Airs. Dui. antl her daughter les-
•1    (I lhat the dog came   home
last  Thuraday  fruin the dim
tion of Tarn's blacksmith slinp
,nnl  smelt  itrouglj ui turpi,i
tine, • lie   was  alio   covered
with   black    dust    whiih    she
thought »  1 coal dnat      Mr.
lYng.ilh, inspector inr the ft
ciety   inv  tin-  Prevention   of
Cruelty   i •   Animals,   testified
that he had be,,1 notified aai the
ease   and Visittd lhe blatk .-..ii'.ll
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      ill qllot n .11 while he (|llcsl lulled
■■■■■■■■■                       ■——■ ihe defendant in regard to the
.,. . , _    ,      ,.   ,   . ,          ,                  ,   .  1,            1 ■ caae.    His answer was unsatis
lenders  for  Frederick   road port on rock iWbng machine^ Ul„n     Defendant aaked Mrt,
were opened ai  bt and  recomii^ed the purchasi d Ulss „    „   h           ,|u,
PH)   1111   ul  same fur lllc dislriel s 1111,11     , .;..,,   ,1        1   „
r .   t—-\ -      s~    -      - - ' -   "~T   'dug   coining   . .111  ol tin    simp
'Tlav answered in the negativi
No   witnesses  lor  the  defenci
■tin , illni,   tin-  eourt ,"inin
dii-g that there was n,
ii wa   imt shown thai the dog
North Vancouver is arranging (or a profess,, iv i lire fighting (orce.
extension
lows: tt. .1. MtClure	
chain   ami   uj, cents lur   pun- rv.    lt wan rd*red back I
engineer lo obtain pi 1 --;
The engineer als.i recommend
ed that an I'iuipli'viis [^ability
policy be secured,   l   w it  n
(erred tn the linance     niinilliv.
The committee ippointed  to
ol  specifica- interviev   their solicitor on the
question ui the 11 \    claim n-
weie   iii   for llic guiding the pip   line alung the
North l.i'lisdalt  waler ]iipe   ex-!Lvini Vallev
l" iciiis pei iimt (or puncheon,
The   lender   ul tt.    I.  McClWC
was accepted sllbjul  to thl tt
gnieer's approve
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^tciisimi.    Il was referred tutb*
ported i" him that some nl thc engineer tn prepare mw speelU- nr to write 1
workmen were lound asleep mi cations.
dulv. The     follow ill'       ,,ins     wilt
llr, Bell, mail foreman, con passed: Block a, I) I. 1087,
tended lhat tIn road was m block 1;, I). L. J088, ami block
good condition, 1, I). |„ 54-1.
Tin ium confirmed Um con Some real excitement was
teiitiiiiis "i Mr Kells ami (ur wrought when tin plan nl Mr.
ther condemned thc actions nl ,1. l/mtet ol block :\, I). I.,
iln- workmen. 1 was submitted loi approv
al! Bell saitl lliev tnuhl mil al. The plan was Rot SCCOIll
men .it ilu wages paiiied wiih the S.\ Mr Lmi-
iei forthwith dug down lor liis
cheque book and the clerk rom
ami proceeded tu write him a
receipt.    Th, councillors   rose
nnl shown thai  ih
w.ts ,n 111.ilh 1111 defendant's pit
mists.     In lu-r  evidence   Mi
lluig statetl that  the ting   tta*
kepi in  the baaement afti 1 ilu
. ...  , ai 1 was perpetrated   This _\
mt   rein.r'ct  tl ai  ... , ■ '    1        ,    , ,
1       ...    lam questioned  ami after  lhe
l" *'  ' ise was dismissed ;;ave   llnliet
initiitleil tn bring   sun
         iuiv
US    lie  alleged   he could     shuw
thai   the  dug was in his   shop
lhat
In
*hev hi.I inst 'ucted iln
the dty siiliyiit't
miiiini,"-l.t ,iisi,,i,'sp„s,i„„, —;n-; •;',';;'»;,:(,';;'"per
111 lllc  li .liter,    lhe Icpul'l \\ilS]~s—————————————t
adopted.
PF,RR> RECEIPTS
Business sh.iv.s Rciuailabl
crease for .'uiv.
■  I I 	
I'.i i-l
III    Allan  saitl  he cnllld    gel
min in work for those w.i* 1
Hi    Kills asked  whj bould
ers were m.i taken ofl the road m ■ hodj and went over totnr-|
oil  his  set in II
Mr  IMI snid that the
pall     "I   tin    1. .ul   w.is
worse condition than the
Sit I |l.IIS.
Ii w.is referred to the
ul Wurks   lu invisii. .in .       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Mr. l.mitcl stand thai iht IV up,,n him liv his council,      Ile
C   R. fi  i'n   had  refused   io jumped to hia feet and grabbing
supply electrii light lo ihn. n bit hat madt as il to hav,    A
suleiits mi iiunii *n, 1 w.• 1 -*ener-*J ,\il ation ul surprire
Mr. A   1)   \m  askt I   i|   ,uiv alone alld lhe re,is,,lis   foi    the
thing   had   bun done   n   Mir. sudden action were asknl,   Th
1 nn in hr. complain!
vn the location ol thc neu sub
division on tin largi map mi
in   1 the wall iluse at hand,    ilean
iippt-i nine  ilu- reeve  was hu alone
tl   lln   table.     lie  lulll cullsid-
.'."i ll  tinl that  a rule had bun hruk-
tli  and   a  slight   hail  belli   pill
.un arose and the reasons i,,r
,n reft 1 • -unl'li n action were naked.
as 1,> ilu- reeve exclaimed thai hi had m
at the 1 inn witness syy,*r, n
w.i. in the baaement ol lm
linns.* I-' T.i in, the proprii loi
l,i- oi llie blacksmith simp, alto
g. 1 lliilue lhat he itilclldid l,
—' -. ,    suit   !,,r dan .1  1 ■ lol    th
The folio*ing   i.ui-iiis  praUrination of character,  loaa oi
vitletl In   Va-tia.   T    tl   'K ail  lim*      ''* '   Iota to hii  bn-liiiss
ihowing   compara ive   receipts Uayoi Maj and J. G   tt
lor the .,:., im 1 ,   month  cl J, P'a. presided in the abnenci
.lulv   Iron   1901 lu 1 10 , Ives ol Mugihtrute Kealj
an  accurati   Idea ol the   .n.n 	
advanccm-it nrhicii It hdri | Blow it erecting a small
made at thi present time, The |„lMS(. ,„, ,-,|, „,,,.,., Wl.s, ,,
receipts   1 ir .lulv   iq'o,    wen* |.,,t,Sil,iK".
nver   llll'     I) '   ti   .       in   illv ,111a I*
,,[ thi      ,i   ii,      ii*, rn,,iiiii    Kxcavatton wort It being eai
oi lasl    e,     ,nd   .* DSlltUte lln
largest  biisin -ss Im  ain     nn lc
tin  ilerk hnd left
plating   nf    snrvtv    slaked  III a  lulltliil,   lhe CM
wrong position on St  Cienrge's seat and also thc engineer.
Ave.     Kelellttl   In   llie  t   I, Unl "tt,   .Hi      lill  in Session,"  dl
dared CoUfl   Ullilglliall "III iiiii
ntt ll..11      With       Mr.     Lnlllel's
Following applies    ns   wen
received Ioi the poail ion  nl *»■
stsst.i    T   \   ibn iiii J.Wi,   A   I'1'"1
I'hilip Ss"", K   Atlainsnii **
The atveral application! wen
it ii mil in ilu im.imi- commit
ne iii report on as to addition
al expense whnh might  be ask
nl that
"lllll ■"
n>   lool
The reeve siill asserl
llu COttncil has liseii
i often have yoUl sial
ll   Hn   map," asserted
in, nth li   uncled
during in hittol)
as fiillnw-
|t|n| |   .!;•) :*,.
I'm.'     i i. |.5.1,
ium 1*1,11
|.,,,| s,    ,,,     ,    |
1905 Si,'.-,i.(..i.
"ii'l, |j,y -1."
-
1901 s-,,,a, ^
|a,.a*, Sla
la,i" y:     t s s
ill      111
lllll
list is
Ci.iin  Bridgman.   After thingi
had quieted dona somewhat tin
liiiAKI) ii.-  SCHOOL     ' '
TEES
ik
_.   M,   Philip included in  Un|«"7 " X»'I-,1MU'1,'"   "Jf S*!
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmr       1 seal  1" receipt
Mr.  Lnlllel's fl  as pel   llisllin
s.il.nv   necessary   expenses am
stated ihai anybody wishing t"
tin  the  wurk   Inl   less  was    wel
ti'llie tO lt.
t, .1 Cillt-ipie liiiw,ndid his
cheque Ior taxes to tin citj In
mistake and accordingly n did
imi ranch thc diatrict nil alter
tin- rebate had rioted  Clerk in
pi.t  previmislv  given   i"
that
mil's ,.lability  10 ai.tpt hn know|ed      o|
tiered cheque of *77-5° which that be knen
struited n. reply expressing the Hri(lclnan
council's in.ibilitv n> accept hi
^_t
was less the rebate
li w,ls resolved lo accept the
draft a,1 Burger Cum I 0   Ioi
1   for   qunrrj   machinery,
This  allowed   lot   f    being
withheld bv the district
Tenden u lollowi wen open
ed  [or  iiii   Philip  Ave    road
wmk . K  Kllingson si , - Mi
Alpine. Robertson Construction
Co   "I  Valimir ""I JO
centi extra  pel lineal loot   Im
iiniis,
llllll        The reeve t ]auin*l
lhe   COtmcil  had  passetl  a
.in.l lasl  rule that  plain lij m
bv  the   "wnn    .tnd with   Uu  s
deposit  fee paid sliuiild he in I
|| ast   tin dais hclmc b.
idered by the council,  Coun
tlistbiiint'l     any
lhat   and   stated
I ul  t.iscs     while
plain  had   been   put    "11   the
t, • ndi whkh did not conform
t"   lliusc  llgul.llli.il'.
On   motion  ul Cmiti.   Bridg-
A speciii uieeting "I the
Sthuul 1 .vnl was held tl C,n
iral sih'"1 ' v iiim, th.
, hn I   ihn.   ol   bi.. muss    being
thnl ul ' '■ .ui" tl.e tenden fur
|tnj tht mw   .ilitnii building to bi
,| erected u the east tnd ul the
, , 11 v uti tin newlv at(|iiiiul sin ,
] block lo . I). L. ssa.    Tin nn
ilns   iei,     . !    were as follOWl
lilint    1, l  Co     *
ilaii      ,    Uartii on   M,88o
Creelluan   | ,1  lyarlalu'.  v
Tll.k &   Bra ,i,*,.  s; s,,      p,   |),
nul .ui in Iron) "i ilie Beaalej
block .1 tin miini ill I'ilsl
iliil and I "llsd.llc Ave, by lhe
w.iltiw.tlks -' p.illinelil lul llu-
puipuse ul   i, ttalling  a  vain  il
the main A mitguided im
pression was thnt i icavation
work had in en commenced  Foi
'In* in w ii. Inch main, linpiiiv,
I. 'V.i'cr, correi tid Ihii
Prol   i- ,^",-,uii will in* „i
I,      " I..      ,.m,    \ .ur
lluni.-   i.a xi   week i" give pn
tali al. cl* ' lessuUs 111 s, all
Illlt suggest I, li, sll;; a itWl I ll
I.ipi Illlt B, p "-tll" llli l.iptllllis,
I'll ."ll.l! 'II " -lelism, hy pa a
tlsli, liiisii., , ,*,, ii,, ,' ,1 ,,.,,I
a! illllilli , , t, Ills publii
||   i un-,  Wtaln   .day   , uid    Tliurs
ivtningt, Aug   loth au.i
i Ith,  111  Lalsmi's Pal iliuli,  wlll
nin   sinniiiu   treat    i •
iveivbully intereated in tin uo
|igv  hulngv.
Following is tin* remainder of
the    pim tellings    at     Mulltlav
evening's meeting  a bkh   WW
crowded out of Tuesday's issue
Ahl.  Irwin  ami Fowler   reported  uu  ihe  installation ol
lights iu thl band sland in Vic-
luii.i   l'ark,    the latter stating
that the n. C  B, K. Co. won!
supply  the light  free   if   tin-
tin   would tl" the wiling   and
instal the necenarj pules.
The report was adopted,
Oii motion "I Aid. Irwin  the
lerk was illlt, liil lu utilise llllll. C. Kleitric in adhere to iln
gratle as given thelll mi I'ill
Avenue,    alsu   lhat    Mr.     Fell
ie  written   to  asking   fur   the
mis  in  bell  park
Aid. Irwin asknl the posi-
ti..ii nf allairs in connection
with   tin-   extension   ol   jrd
street through the hull.in   mis-
siun. The Mayor aaid iln-
matter ol reviiionarj rights existing   between   the    Dninlllimi
ami the province was the thili-
CnltJ        ll    was being    rclillcd
ackwnrd and lorward between
hi   tWO   ami   was nuw    ill the
hands ul  tin* Dominion,     The
case was, however, mar a settlement,   he   stated,    as   these
lightl Wele   uiie ol  the mailers
nuw before the prii j council,
lln motion ul Aid Irwin it
was resolved to call fur lenders [or the work on Luiisil.ile
Ave. [ram   13th to 18th street,
tO be ill  tWO Weeki hence.
Tin* iu. .nni reported thnt
ihe local improvement ol Ifitt
dale   Ave   limn   |Sih  slreet   lu
the tin In.uis would coat f39,
um, nl  which lu recommended
the illv   l"  p,,y   Spin,, ,,nd    llie
Ironting propertj I33 000. alsu
thnl the total coin ol ilu- lotal improvement "I ml  street
1.1.I     wuuld     be    \-,|,(*im,     llie
[routing propert) n, pay ^47,-
"im and llie tilv  S7,'«h>.
Bulb report! wete passed and
the inxi step authorined,
Aid. Fowler moved that if
im notification was received
[rom    ilu-    diatrict     council
within a in* wnk 111 releitiin*
i"   laving   lhe   wale!  main mi
ihe l.vnn Vallu rond that the
tin proceed with laving its
sn..ml main along that road.
inlaws establishing 1 gradi
un   1'irsi sinii, St   George'i
Av, iu Sl I'.ilriik s Ave. and
uii Si George'i Ave (rom
iln* Rsplanadi to Bth street
wm   read   thine  timet   ami
passed
The application ul Mr   Ilanlv
lul a water lot alld wlm li li.nl
beell   up   several   limes    belore
allied.
Geo. tt V.iiin wruit si.,ting
lhat he wished to get electrii
connection   to hit m n   honm
■ ui 1 sih siiiii had bitii advised  bv   ih.   B.C.E.R,   that
the] vt "illd supply tin* lighl
ii \!i   X nin installed ilu- pules
and he asked mill, il s ,ulv:*
The 1 u-ik .' is Inatructed lo
write ta. tlu B C  Electrii
Mating  tin ll*  '■' 'h   as a. milium
dating   is  pussibl,    wiih  s, 1
(let's.
Ii   h   understood  that   the
auiiiuil  has  ii.,i ih,  power   in
llus COnnCCti! ;, ll   being  opliun
al with ilu HC b I
RECEPTION
\li  .11 •  Mrs Wight held Iheii
posi nupi        ■ ption al   lln 11
home on 19th streei last Tues
1 vinn I     The guest ,   nuin
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^IkTciI    abuiil   Uvtiilv Mis
wU. |i,57j   \i. iiuitlieson and wij-ht  performed tin   pari   ol
la'* liu  W     alivaltl
•^  Co., 54,1.       The eontr*
WU aw.ildci    lo   I',    Dowie   .ill'!
In ist ess 111 1 1 '1.inning manm 1
Tin Imsi wa al-n vei v all. n
live to ihe giieati and tin rvi n
the anhitii 1. \h    1.1 pn wed ol  ii 1  si plcu
ml   wav        i). a* iug  .uid    ii'itsu
man and  Lawsuli llu    previous py-j, sl|n|  i(,,  w|     .,, , ,m,
nsuiuiiuii   wai  retcinded  »"d ed to complete nrrangeii ntributed to thr evening'aen
one   giving the Konncil  powei l)u,( ,.,,i^trxi. ti- ti can '" " ai lertalmnent,  Among thoaepn
tu deal  with lhe plans accord- „llM ;i    „   in(| Mf
ing   to    the   tiriuinsl.iiin     "I     r    ,       .     ,.
'*. 1 ■   *,     , ■ tenden lor in sup inm:'
each  was paaaed in Iti   place*■ ... "
Hlli
ui son, Mr. nnd Mi * w
1 ■ .nn
puncheon    fhi lendei  ol   ihe the   rearinding   motion
Coun Thompson did nol \
A       pllli a|       p,,||        ,,|       |) I.
^^^^^^^^^^—,ta" school d'.aks were ili-
Allan  voted   ■  iii '   .iiinni. ihen- bring three com
latter was accepted subject   n
iln 111; nn. i   confirmation The
lormer lendei was unaccompan  was approved ol conditional!'
nd wilh I ilepnsil. The (iij'iiin 1    iiliiinilid   .   n
and petitors namely, Palni
ll      Millan   u| lllis   iilt    \h     I'H
s.a- nrl) .md   \h    Si h lei  "I \ 1"
coUVei     Tin unin ti 1
ed to  Mr. Parnell, thi
,.   Simp
^^^^^^^   It   11 1
.iiul    Ml   1. 1   lb." I,   Mis      I- mil
ll   ■    '.ia 1 „n 11   th 1 Bal
Wissis ,1  y\ ,|(e Donaldson,
1 i'inl. J Lmilil, I MiCnn
die, I) Tudilnni, W In, .; 1,
Brown, G, Sluputid, A   '
Mali and  .1    lla/ellnn
iSEBAU
Thud   street   b.tsib.ill    team
llnil   .1    u isi K   mult still
nl bail nl Recreation Put   1
Tuesday     evening     Irmn      Kla
I The   buys     ttOIS    lln
duwn iiiwn itreet unrted  thtii
defeat   \iiih    ilu-   conaolatioa
lhat  tin v   wen   pi.nni I    !*
men     This, Imwt vn,   .1* is nol
ivattlv   niinii  llu   nlli   wi*
by ihni  opponents as   evn
opportunity   was given   both
to   have   tln ir uill
pn sml       This   is   thl      ai-'iiial
thai isi sin*,i bai
with tin  s.m,i  pi, ■    Thi    "in
In wt ur.  iiiiiii   lortuat ■   :i: tin
scoring   lim-   in   ilu-   former
match    The sia.ii l.t    i inin
WU   s   1"    '    in   lav ii    ..(    Iltl
llall.in        l'i i * 't    '
s.iiuii/ md iiuit"t  Fir-t Bt .
'i and Sntiuiai tvillr.
Wr. Alex. 1 i iking «r
l.ill;*i in. l'i     fill   III.   mllstrilillun
 ii   i |lh slreel   Ik
tween i hi iti rfii Id aiul   Mahon
\v, TWO
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C
CURRY CO.
fory Goods and
Gents Furnishing*
Corner Lonsdale and Second.
Phone 255
lo demonstrate lhat our prices are as low as Vancouver,
ivc have deckled for one week only to sell the (ew
SAILOR SUITS wc have left, values to *1 Cft
$2.75 and $5.00, hu      $ 1 .DU
N.B.—Our fall stock is now arriving.   Watch this space.
»%■%•%•%%■%»•»»»%»■»%%••
Buy at the
WELCOME PARLOR
And Save Money
We positively guarantee all our groceries to be the highest
in quality and lowest in price.
BREAD
You may do wil elsewhere but you will do beller by buying
a larger loaf of belter bread from us. J
Also by buying J
RICHMOND DAIRY ICE CREAM
at our parlor
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY PRESERVING FRUITS.   We
carry a large supply of all kinds at the lowest prices.
Highlands Potatoes $1.00 jx-r sack.
New Potatoes 9 lbs. 25 cents.
Best J. & M. Codec, Iresh roasted and ground, 3 lbs. $1.00
also a grade at 23 cents.
Indian and Ceylon Tea, 3 lbs. $1.00, also all standard grades.
Bt-i County Butter, 3 lbs. $1.00, also cheaper grade.
Fancy Apples.
Oi.inges all sizes from 20c. up to 50c. per doz., guaranteed
nol touched by frost, and sweet and juicy.
Large assortment ol English Candies imported and domestic
(rom 15c. up lo 50c.
Vii Lml Egg .Ink. 40c. |>er do/t-n.
Fiesh Biscuits, large assortment, 10c. to 25c. per pound.
65 LONSDALE AVENUE
'HUM     lill
III   llHIVIKV
MARRIAGES
1>()\T!I l\ STAKK
Tin- lime worn event, yet
which is always new uml bap
py, was celebrated ,u Si.
John's   iilnnil   oil    Wetlllfsilnv
morulas al 11 o'clock whn Mr.
Reginald Dudlej I'ontUa. su
perintendent ol the C.P.R, per
ui.unin iv.iv- department ol
Vancouver, anil Miss Joan
Stark, il.iii'liM "I Mr. lit-niv
Stark, jth street, N't.nii
Vancouvei, were joined in lhe
holi bonds ol wedlock.
Rev, *i   II   Hooper officiated
and  Mi-   Hooper   presided al
tin* uia*,ni    Tin bride, whn v as
attired In a white lingerie -In -
wiih   largi   picture    lml   io
match, iln   in "i In-''  Iirotl ei
latch returned Irom lhe Cap,
wu  attended   bj    her  sister,]
lli— .i.nni Stark, vvlm wurr .i
liim- lingerie costume with blue
hat     l,iiiit* Uiai Daiiv Uilier,
niece ol  lhe bride, fulfilled  Hi-
duties   ol   flower  girl   in   ■
charming manner,   The  bride
groom   waa supported   bj   Hi
Andrea- Stark, brother ol thi
llllal,
Tin- service wu- attended In
,i large number ol the Iriends
a.i iln* young couple The altar
und fret work in front wai en
twiiutl wiili floral decoration
,i-   Well   us nlliti  ili-|il.ivs    in
different  parti   oi the church
Alltr    llll-   iililil. in lilt* wni
ding part) adjourned lo lhe n
-ilitnii- nl  the  bride's   sister,
\!i-.  I..  It. Hodge mi Chestei
field Ave., where i   reception
iv,is    In-Ill.      Tilt-   ll.i|i|tv  coupli
Kll iiii iln- i.ij lerrj en routi
in Victoria lium vvlun tinv in
inui making ■ lour oi tin
coast cities before their return
in their luiiiii' home in I'uii
Mittiilv. The bride has been n
iiMiliiii ni British Columbia
lot iiiinui Imir \ i ,u s and ilnr
Ing ili.u period has resided win*
lur married sister, Mrs ll' d ■
Imlil in llu- iiiiiii"! and in
Tin* twn sisters prccet I
lln- rest nl the f.nnili !.. his
countn   iinin   Scotland ia,
l.aalll     IUM    \ I .ll S M.llll      |   1*11)
and ti'-ilv presents wen recei'
i*tl In Mr. ,nnl Mi-   Pontile!
vt_ttt
ATTEND
THE D. A. SMITH
REMOVAL SALE
Thousands of dollars worth of the best quality homefumishings
to be
cleared
out before
moving
day.
_ Everything in
the
store
will be
reduced in
price to
effect
a speedy reduction
of
our enormous
stock.    -
III
I lARDWARE
CROCKERY
THE L. H. WILLIAMS
CASH GROCERY
FRUITS   \M> CONFECTIONERY
BREAD,  PIES,  CAKES   \NI>  COOKIES
ICE i REAM AND COOL I'KINKS
rOBACCO AND ( IGARS
All hinds o| I n Mi Vegetables
and I mils in Season.
LONSDALE AVENUE, Near 23rd Street,
Niallll   \  .lllinllV
ll
I ill l«i
•|ilionr
233
MALCOLM ll.ll-l*  Wi-.l)
DING v
Mniiv Kxpress.readers will re
member Mi— Clifl, om ol the
rontractin partii n in lhe hap
py event bi Ion noted, as .1 Inl
iin-r resident ol ilii- uiv Sin
i- ,, um, o| \ii .nul \h- Wm.
Morden nl l.iiii-ilnlt Av. , col
ui-r nl Third street, and an un
tit bearing hi 1 (..inn 1 name 1
iimi   employed   b)   thc   North
Willi.'lllll   l IIV    I'lil ll .   I.l.i.
Mi- Kva Clin and Ur, John
\l.ilti.ini vnn married .11 1 o'
ilmk     M-lllll.IV      .llllill'iull       ,ll
ih,   li,,mt   nl   ili,   bride's  pa
Mil-,    Mi    and   Mrs   Stead
Clili, 1 |u West t.u.1 -imi   I...-*
Angeles, Ki \   Charles  Roberts
nl   the   Siiiiiii-nl,    Ucthodisl
iluiiili ..ilui.iiui**     Hiss Graii
Smiili   .nnl   Mr.   l'i in     Hajni
vnn*  ilu-  in.iiti   ni   lii'iiui   and
beat   num   respectiv-dy,    The
bride  wore  1  white   lingerie
gown ,nul carried white roses
Roses .nnl greenen were com
IiiiiiiI  iu  .hi  attractive  deeo
ration Ior tin home
Furniture and Carpets
reduced to the lowest price possible and some lines that we are
determined to clear will be marked away below cost. (J We
have now the largest and best selection of housefurnishings in the
city and maybe as good as you will find on the coast. Cf In
medium or high grade furnishings we can supply your requirements at prices that discount your purchases elsewhere.
REMOVAL SALE STARTS MONDAY.  The address
D. A. SMITH. LTD.
)
Cor. Granville and Dunsmuir Sts.
Vancouver
1 stum
B.C K R   KXTHN'SIONS
Tin British Cnlun li.i Klectrii
K'.lilVV.IV   CO      I'*    now   coll
in * iln* question ol lhi ere lion
nl innn 1 \it tr iti t.ti shops .ii
-.illl     poinl     ''ll    Mil     I"WI 1        1
1.iiul win it   .nun ii nl , nrs  mat
In buill in -ui>plv iht
demands ol ilu 11 -v item,  .1  is
i- limited thai  In p ■ iviti 1 im
pin) iiunl  lo  I, 1   I, Ion 1.nil
will In required in ull thi pro
•-Min .ai t.n construction lm
iln* nexl iiw years whi li lln
compani 1- now mapping ■ ut
Twu inw (in-.luiiiii*. havi
centi)   i'un opened in   Iti
Columbia   Summit Lake ■.".
,,1  [rom S'akusp on Mond 1 •■.
W11I111 .It-1    .imi   Kridavs und
\\ inn, -■' 1 vttl lium Rossi ind iln
ilt except Sunda)     Ri;    :
post ollice has la-en clos 1
E. PALMER
MUM  -IM) lliiil k
CON1RAC10K
*l _ \ iy.
■
North Lonsdale
Corners
JuH.. 1 •*, V mam "
Cam, r. an ;.ia* :n i ia* *i.*iii.iii.I and partiealarli m lhi total Nf
ii,ni,,i ..:i.,ii ..i N..rti, Vancouvtr Sorth Unnlale. NnllTII
l.'iN-l'AI I halWATKII l I I CTRIC I |iilir«i,alTKI.KrilnSK
nutt in,I will I.. llir lir-t purl of tht lii.ln.i l*. Iiara 8EWKRAUB,
I... -i i-.*■ ■ n tin pari ,il B, I'. E, I! ■■Ilir-«||., tinea hai
■ **i n| I'aa* l,'iii..|«li*. airliia. Tin* tiiit-.i .irr-fl
IB Sortl   ' ll il - I'L* At'.'inif mu.i la* Uiituv limilii
Wi* hive ...rii.*!' II lollowi!
•  I   'int r 1211 fit I .    .    •   ||
King Strei i (onu r io- leel ■   luoe
Nm Sn-11 Cornel 157 bet - - * -  Itoje
St. J .mn 1 8tn  1 ('uini r nm 1.11 - - -   s jjo
1   * • Stri et 1  in. 1 1 ■  lael - • Ji ioo
I..ni*- lali \-' na;* Corner34 (mi - • J;
And             1     All in ti      I - vmi
MSABODY'S
RAILROAD
KING
 '  >^.
PEABODY8'
UNION M
MADE *
0VSR.US
■     '    Jll
JACK LOUTET & CO.
213 Lonsdale   Tel. 47.
/-•*.tl5
Till'   tilllv    liiilllilliu lnrvi     ('""WVftfl/H/S   .4,
Hi  |llllli -.1 a .a-l.   ;*a.H,'l.|. a*       I       \lay    „,,("■«
AMERICAN
GOODS  _
n
II tlll'V ■!'•   BOt   llall I    1 I|
ftlti.Hl.
I |*alir
Allll   I" a.a||vi|li,.,|
IValnHlv'- Kalln.aa!  K ag
Hi
Applications will be received
Uv tin* undersigned up iill s o'-
1 lock p.m, nn Monday, lhe Rth
.1.11   ta|     AagUSt,    Ilia.     (or    llu-
position ni l-iit* Chiel  nl   the
Citj ni North Vancouver, Sul
.ill   "lliliil  ss,, |iil  in,,nth.    A|l
ilit,iiii- lo sl.iii- 1 \|tt ninn* ,onl
odge testimonials,
THOMAS SHKPHKRD,
Citv Clerk.
Re(a)d The News?
'• No? W. 11 ibiti sii.ii -a l
ih, n'Jit imu one km tt it" I t'i
the tulk nl tin tiivui. .il" ui."
"Our Big Lot
Read Paint."
Wt hive enough to paial tlic
■bole town led ami mmm Wt
i,\, 1   Com in ind nt-t a tuppl)
ir-1,1-11 olonandawtull) cheap
Fm Sal. h.
CUMMINGtS
Gent'i Clothing,       I'lirniihiogi,       Men's,   Lidiea', am
( hili! |:.* 1   mil Shin-.
NKXT 111 Bl HNS' MBAT MARKS!
—Mtmusrmosnntno—
TENDERS WANTED
Bealed tenden will be receiv*
nl In ilu- undersigned up to 1
o'clock p.in* on Monday, Aug.
llsl i-lli, I'iii', Iiii supplying nil
material!   .nul   grading,   col
-iiiitiiiij;   concrete   ildewalka,
w 1 iinli-, vitrified pipi iewei
wiih lot connectioni and inaci
lainizing Lonidale Ave, Iron
iln- smith aide oi 1 uli itreet to
the nortk -iih- "1 [8th itreel u
cording I" s|iii-ilit,itiiins aiul
innn ,,1 tender to be obtained
lroui iln- tiiv engineer,
A chequ lm - pel cent, oi
Hu- iiiniiiini nl ilu lendei must
aci ompenj each and even ten*
il.i
Tin- liiwt'si rn ani tender not
iiitts-.inlv accepted
OBORGH S. HANES,
Citj Engineer,
Nuiih Vancouver,
Avguat ml, 19I0,
Your Barn Needs
Our Red Paint
Stoney ®, Co.
117 Lonidale,      fhtn 1411
Recreation Grounds
'ital Strofl, Nortii Vaiit'tiiivcr.
Ideal Groundl for Siimhiv  Si"li(i,,|
rKiiic-. Lodge riiiiii-.iiii.i all klndi
of Athletic Kvi'iiti.    Grnnil Slmul
Mating rai|iiii'iiy lur :iiKm.
For engagements and ru**e,aa*l i***-glal
t,ii* - a,11 larrjf ami OM, M
ll. I IBAEPK, set-., Xorlh ViaeoiTw
1UIAKI) 01' TUADIv
Nurlh  Vanconver Board   n|
Trade meeta ilu- third Twadav
oi i-,iili  nlli, ut S o'clock p.
in, in ilu- board room. City
Hall,   Executivi meeti tlic firsi
Tm ihn ni i.nli month, \v. ,1,
Irwin, president; J, c.  Para
ir, Hcretary, THE EXPRESS, NORTII  /ANCOUVER, B. C
Till
SUMMER KNIT VESTS AT
MODERATE PRICES.
A complete ihowing of Ihm garmenti in i
wide ringa of styles suitable for preient Ume
wearing. Best quality vests from the leading makers, perfectly iniule, shaped nml finished. The best* values that you will liml
anywhere.   Note a few styles i
At ijc—>Fiaa Ribbed Cotton Vests in l.inv Neck,
No Sleeve or Short Sleeve Styles finished with tape.
At 25c—Twelve attractive stiles in line rililietl cotton
vest made with fancy or plain yokes, in loiij; or short
sleeve styles.
At 35c (3 lor Ji.oo)—l-'iiie ribbed cotton or Lille
tlireittl vests 111 alioul tell ilillerent styles, Low Neck,
No Sleeve, Short Sleeve and Long, Sleeves, some
witli fancy crocheted yokes, others trimmed with lace.
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
575 Granville Street.
Phone 3541
GRADES
We lieu to announce to the public, and especially tn tin*
housewives, ol Nortii Vancouver that the Capilano Wet
Wash Laundry, corner Fir and Wolle Streets, is now ready
lor Imsiness. You will find the GRADE of work done at the
Wet Wash Laundry to be the beal that's the GRAPH you
want. Discard that wash ttih, let machinery tlo your work.
It's the modem way.
Trices (or Family Wash pei week, Wet Wash 75 cents.
KoiikIi Pry "Rt.25
Drop a cttrd to Poal Offic. .nd our m.n will t.ll for your oroVr.   Civ. u. ■ Inal
ROSS  <&  ROSS
SEE US  FOR
SASH      DOORS      MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,      ETC, ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
We .elicit 11 trial lii*l nu your (MaWtMBtU nr larin-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Tialiofortc         Mis  W  S. liurinester A.R.A M.
OrgU   Mr. T. \\. Ward
Violin          Mr. I,. Davies, I..V.IUI.
SuiniiiH        Mr  Paul RdOOtdl
Vi'diii i.VII(>        Mis Grace Hardioi 1'iait
•-'""let            Mr. I,. Davies, L.V.B.M.
Flute     Air. I,  Davits, I..V.IUI.
TERMS MODERATE
North Vancouver Piano Co. Hi 'SSJ^
ST. GEORGE'S HOSPITAL
OPENS AUGUST 3rd.
MEDICAL, SURGICAL ami MATERNITY CASKS
PRIVATE ROOMS.  TERMS MODERATE
Apply  6th  Streei  Weit  (Behind Catholic Church)
Miss HORNBY, Sin.
Graudate Birmingham General Hospital, England.
PIERCE & HALL
Real Estate
p. 0. BOX 51
.oans
Insurance
phone 110
82 feot front!!-:!' on l.vnn Valley Cariine, n-
cellrnt l)iisiin'-s sit,*; ||ig)- antl dry and on street
gndl ; 0I0M to new Municipal llall. Priced for
Hiiick iall ; Vl'lll cash, balmier li and IS monthi.
Price $1250.00
SEE   oi'K   LIST8   FOR   CHOICE   LOT)
A Literary Column
Somewhat About Books
and Writers
VANTOIYKK KXIlIlllTlON
/li appear! to be generally
conceded that academically the
niflragettiiti have icored in the
recent debate in the Britiih
Utilise oi Coounou on Women's
lufirage; whether this will leai
ttt   the extension tti llie purlin
liieniarv branchiae to women is
another affair altogether, Wlnn
parliamentarian holding fiewi
so widely apart uti ulher t|lles
tiuiis as do the Kt. Hull. A. J,
llaliolil anil Mr. I'hilip Snuw
den,   are lo lie In,ml  ipeaking
wiih une voice in lavor, maybe
the mtrafCttCI are not (ar
from the immediate object oi
tlieir campaign, (ranchua on
equal terms with men. Illustrating une point in his spieili Mr.
Snuwdeti -told the slury ul ;i
man and his n ile u lm li.nl been
walking all day and arrived
at last at an hotel, footnote,
man and hungry, said the
man to lhe lalidluiil, "Can you
make us aomcthing tu eat .'"
"I am sorry," lie replied, "but
1 have only uiu- mutton chop."
"What," said the man, "Is
iinie nothing Ior nrV wile ?"
The lata Marquis ul Dufierin
and Ava. whiisi- lile by Sir Alfred I.yall has lately been issued a i a popular price, had a
very wide and varied experience
during his forty years of publit
service, Governor-General ul
Canada, Ainbaaaador tu St.
Petenhnrg, tu Conatantinople,
Viceroy u[ India, ambaaaadoi
lu Runic ami lu Parte. His
Canadian term ul office was   .1
(airly atrenuoua une, covering
the period when the Dominion
government and the peuple of
liriiish Columbia were in scr-
iutis conflict upon the Pacific
Railway queation, and also the
set ii ills troubles siihset|iu-nt to
first Kiel rebellion. He had
experience ol Kussian diplomacy in St. Peteraburg and ul
lu 1 advance upon tin- borders of
India, ul lhe Sullan and Turkish methods in Syria, and in
Egypt, and linallv ol Italian
anil Krcncli politics and aspii-
.itiuiis, so that the ciiiiclusiiili
ia> whiih he arrived alter lllis
world-wide experience ut men
and nations are ul considerable
Intereit in theae dayi when are
hear so much ol International
peace,
Speaking at Belfast upon the
queation of internaliotial peace
as affecting tin- poeitloa a na
timi.tl   defence In- s.iid i "Om
iiilliittiull     has   been burile   ill
iipuii im- during mv lung mii
l.ul wilh the outside wurld—
that in spile ul Christianity, ci-
1 ili/.iiiun of humanitarian philosophies of lhe lessons ul his-
tory ami tin* Utter experience
ui the mure recent past, force
ainl imi right is the   dominant
liiini-   iu   human    affaire, it
WOUld be madness un OUT patio be so misled and deluded In
that kind of amiable upliinisin
which   aliiavs  pui.nls   among
people wlm have had no penon-
al experience uf lhe leal hard
cruel condition of national
extetence, as nut tu maintain
in full vigor In sea and laud,
the preparal inns neceaaarj i"'
uill  tiwn ple.Mll.ltii'tl."
WII.I, HONEYCOMB
Manager  .lames  Km of the
Vancouver Exhibition  Aasocia
linn desires to call attention in
ilie 1,ul that all entries fur lln
exhibition, outside of thoie loi
tlie racing events, will close mi
August ist. The latter en
tries will close on Aug. to.
JULY CLEARING
To GREET ALBERTA  FARMERS
A11 .illj". uniils  hale  belli ii'in
pitted    thrOttgh    llie    ellnrts    ul
Manager ■ lames Roy uf tbc
Vancouver exhibition   Aaeoda
thill   Inr   the   holding     ill   'his
nn during iln- Vancouver ex
bitten, August i -, », "i a two
dais' convention ol the United
I'.uiiit is' Assiiiialion ill   Ab" 1
1,1.     Secretary    Bdward    J
l-itain has assured lhc local
Iiniii nf a large a ttcnil.tii' t ■ ''
the gathering whiih probably
will be held nil AllgMlst  ifrlO,
Tlic  B,  C.   l'oullrv  Anocil
tion will alsu lmld its convention nn iln- cxhibi linn groundi
during iin [air on Aug. 18th,
11. C, FISHING KH'.IITS
The conflict nl jllfisilicl inli bt
tween   liriiish  Columbia   and
iin Dominion government as ic-
garda  iln*  fisheries   |tit*sii'*n is
t"   be    setllcd    by   an   appeal
to tin- supreme court. Tiie pin
vime ilaims lhe right to issue
exclusive lishing licenses iu waten 11 ilhin lhc railwav belt
territory and in tidal and nfri-
gable waten and also tn issue
licenses In lish within a marine
league nl ilie masl. The Dominion claims lhat the issuing oi
such licenses tails within the jn-
rtedictlou of ihe Dominion Bah
cries department,
HAYMAKING
The farmers on I,uiu Island
have had a grand spell oi weather for hay-making and ao Uu
work has progressed lavorabl)
all over the island. Sunn- ol
the fanners report light crops,
but generally speaking it la an
average nne and Mr. McKenzie
reportl having taken live tuns
to  the  acre  ofl   the old Wood
ward property,
SPECIALS
Mens' So(t B*   -i Shirts, good patterns,
regular 75c to '...1.00.   Sale price    -    -    *    -    -   50c.
Mens' Sof' Bosjm Shirts, all colors, splendid fitting,
regular $1.00 and $1.25.   Sale price    ....    75c.
Ladies' Cotton Hole, tan and black, regular 25c.
Sale price, 3 pairs 50c.
I    . F.nibdy Edgings, sale price, i cr dozen yds.   -   -   - 30c.
\   ' nces Laces and Insertions, per dozen yds.   -   -   - 30c.
Curtain Muslins per yard  9c.
Ladies', boys' and girls' Wash Suds clearing at cosl
J. J. McALEECE
PHONE 93
LONSDALE AVKNUE NOKTIl VANCOUVKR
MORRISON'S
SIGN
WORKS
Keith Block     Ist Street W.
The Gurney-Oxford Steel Top Range
* ,i marked iavin    is
In I ind better biking i
< ii.wi i:i.i.oii'iitit
only dues its Haul, BETTER
imi AT LESS COS! than
t Ranges..
Wl* t .111  ala
* hi      S*i|    t Imi
principal ul economy
:iu it in i in ii :i minutea
ll it i,nt ttunli that Uliuh
nl unn ii, i right now ?
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
Phone 58. 133 Lonsdale Avenue
We have a good list in 265.   A House and Lot on
17th for $2000.    Good Buys in 273 and 274.
A Good Lot on 4th Street for $3100.
BISSELL, BROWN & SNYDER
64 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
MMN   OfflCE:—264 Hastings St.  L.,  near Impress   Iheatre
fi iiiiiii i in mi
11 m IH11HWHHWW
SUBDIVISION OF BLOCK 6, DL. 273
Lots fronting on the "Boulevard Extension"
Chesterfield Avenue, Mahon Avenue
and Intersecting Streets.
Subdivision of Blocks 203 "A", 204, 204 "A", 213, 213 "A", 226 "A"
240 and 241, in District Lots 544 and 545, City ol North Vancouver.
For Plans, Price Lists and Particulars, apply lo
Mahon, McFarland & Procter, Ltd,
phone B2JJ8, ' lorner Pender ami Btymour BtretU, Vtnooover, B. 0.
i.i-: koi is to a.osK
The iiuui.iKi'iiHtil ul tin will
known I,e Kui mine, ol RoeaU»l
hu   iletltleil  In ill", t mil in"'    "I1
emtlom Indefinite] i   Tin  nm
llalS     llllSlll      |,ISt       If   ill      I'H I      I   I
iiniiiths, lml .nltlit iunal capital
wns obtained mnl development
wns recommenced. Specimens
(if ure have since luen taken,
lint   lhe reflOltl ivi if  li"1  "I'   '"
expectation! mnl 1 .In wim wm
in- cloned afaia la ihe ",:
the next lew tlays.
TO SEEKERS AFTER H0MES1TES
We have several lols (or sale in a choice section ol the City of North Vancouver on
terms of one, Iwo and three years, with a very small cash payment. Ihe numlicr is
limited and t|uick action is necessary to obtain one of these lots. No information -liven
over thc phone bul particulars will bc furnished at our office.	
TIMBER
AGREEMENTS OF SALE PURCHASED
MONEY TO LEND ON MORTGAGE
REAL ESTATE
MINES
ALV0 von ALVENSLEBEN, LIMITED
Branch Office: 4 Lonidale
( M'l    I,   MaMMON. M.n..'. Fork
THK EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
THE EXPRESS
Nokiii Vancoi vkr, 11   C
II-TCI ur S|'iim i:ii-m>\ :
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ADVKRTI8INH  KATES
Isisaias-i   li,-i'iii   liuimiiiMISIl
10 i-i*iii- i>.*i ii ia" a li iniertlon,
Looei Notich, Kn - |i.uu i'**r iiuii per
month,
I.A sn is li TniiiKK SoTICH   in tl.tyi, |t|
iiu dajri, VM,
Ltl.ll. A l.v Kit 11-alXa.i — Flm   ilwerlilill,  HI
I't'iil" pat lim*; rati. "iiliv'.|iii'iit insertion, Sc*. -ifrlinc.
R iiius-ti Naifn u is i.*.i ti Kiwi Coi
i *i**n—111 .vm*, |ii"rliiif,i"itiii iintcrlii'ii
C i-.ii.tt i   Ai'i-i-itii-Kvii-Mtt- Kulf.  nr-
rangt-l according i" iptca laken,
Allcbingatlncontract adrwUteintnUI
mai.i in- In tin- bandi ol the prlnnr hy I ,n
Wedncadt] 8tenlii|U)iniiire publication
in Hie iit'xl halt,
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N'ikiii \.n* li'vni. An;. 5th, Hjiti
PAH) HRE BRIGADE
There are ven tew propoai
lions which could appeal to the
ratepayera ol the city with
greater directness and [uric
limn th.it w lm h is now placed
before thetn liv the city council
namely, to providi lhe sum ol
Uii thousand dollan with
which to purchast
and efficient inf lighting plant
.Uld lo pay the salaries ol ;i
lm- chiel .nni loUl ,1 1-1.nils toi
tin* remainder oi tbe year,
Anyone  who  will   take  the
p.uiis 1,1 properly inform  him
sell will have naught bnt words
oi praise lot the servicei ren
lUtiil to  iln-  preient   time In
iln    volunteer    fire   brigades.
These brigades havi attained .1
degree nl efficient 1 which ii di
tiili-iUv above the average exhibited  In    volunteer  organize
tit .ns.     The members have  ,11
ull    time* lii-iii |innii|il lo    re
s|i,.iul ia. thc alarm,  tlm   Inv.
not  spared   themselves   when
long  and arduous  laaki   were
Imposed upon  the nd they
have .11 .ill limes [ought  siuh
hits  ,1- li.i\ 1   ..Hiuiiii,   iniflli
gentli       The) h.ivt* iinin    1 \
ccedingl)  vu 11 arith the ladii
tits .mil tin apparatus   (hat
vn it   io hand and il is to no
sm,ill degree due to their n 1
v ui - that iln tin U.is escaped
conflagration! ol othei than s
comparatively ininoi character,
lt  is nevertheless,  ,1  clearl)
ni/itl i.ui ih.11, wlii 1.   .tt
rangementi  smh  ,is have   hi
therlo obtained In tlu   tin are
-niiuitnt  in .iii-wti-   iln*   requirements   during  iln    earl)
ts 1,1 iln* liii  ;*it*vi ili, it is
Inevitable that  .1 stage  ol di
velopmenl should be   reached,
si■<.tut  aai later In which am i
lein   services,   however   taith
(ill,    t.iiiilul    In     ii.llsiiliT.il     1
(i.iiili* ,,i n.n 1111.   ever)   situa
linn whiih in,iv arise ,unl v.11 ■ 11
thc interests n|   ilu-   iin   di
in.nnl iln- emplo)imnl ..i 1 i" 1
nun.mt  tni|i- ni   professional
firemen    There will be Iltl li il
an)   dii .in  iii'in ihi' opinion
that iin cit) "i Villi Vancou
m 1 It.1- nuw reached the
.it whiih 11 is atrongh .ulvis.i
hU*  that .1  beginning bt made
in tin ilnn tion "I .1 |n iiiuutiii
lilt    lighting    mips   sll. ll   .is is
contemplated   In   the   i>v laa
ninth iln  uiiiiiiil is imw   suli-
mitting in iln rati p a
The plan .is outlined In the
discussions which Inv. taken
placi .11 iln ,iiihun,uiu board
contemplates thi employment
o| ,1 in tin. 1 and ol either lour
nr -i\ firemen, ihal 1-. eithi 1
two or ilnn firemen Ioi each
:u. hall 'in 1 pi 11,1.ni.ni Kn
gadea to bt as 1 ti d b) 1 corps
ai V'lluiiiiii firemen undei the
direction ol lhi 1 hii 1. A- lor
liii' fighting apparatus It is
propoi * tl in purchase a com
Iiinni i In inlcal ,md ho 1 wagon
I'a; etllCI     Vt llll    .1    t t.i 111    Ol    1*
willi all requisites    Tin
out iiic citv so that they wuuld
be readily available,
It is very probable that  the
aaving which w uniil in effected
to our business men and  resident! through lower lire insurance niie- w niilil amount to i
greater annual sum than tin- a
mount required Ior sinking (nnd
and Interest to repay the Innn
Then ia alwayi  the poiilbl)
itv oi smh equipment  as   is
contemplated, taring   buiineis
blocki or reiidence! Iron total
loss by inf uini none can mj
who will I'f Un partiei   who
may be protected in ihis w.iv
Kllicient  lire fighting lacilities
will prow an Important Iactor
iln- outride reputation   ti
the cilv .uul will encourage tht
erection ol buainesi blocki .i'"*
residence!,   Whatever the   actual details which may be de
tided upon eventually, it Is certain  thai  tea  thouaand   dol
lan conld nowhere be expended
in better purpose by lhe rate
payen at the preient ume than
in Un- providing oi adequate ia-
liliiies lor protecting the property of titi/eiis Irom   possililc
loss liv  lire.
poetry and would appear to be
mi api quol iiinn with relerence
to the t upi i u in i "I Co-operative movements in thc weal,
whiih, conceived and launched
during a period ol heightened
enthusiasm sn frequently devel
op earlv si|;ns ol decadence lic-
i.uise ol iht decline oi that en
Ihuiiasin wlnn il addreaaei it-
sell to the task ol working out
details upon ai sound   buiineu
basis.
John Swanson CheaPest Home Buv,in % City
Vancouvei is considering the
advisability ol establishing a
[ree clinii for poor people,
Six room Modern
Price $3,650; third
tome on 3rd Street West,
caih, balance 8 und 12.
Stone Foundations
Chimney Building
SPECIALTY-NEAT WORK
THIRD STREET EAST—50 ft. lot, $2200, 1-3 caih, 6-12
ELDER MURRAY CO.
lilaall,*  R   Nuill,   Vnlllaalnal* I'  ftM  \ ,1III , .| | V I'T
(iiiui- iioiii-s si a.m i.i i.no lun.   Open Rvenlnnby appointment
Alter offlce houn, phont UU'
Addrri.:
Hotel North Vancouver
EDITORIAL COMMENT
The new Liquor License Act,
-iti-dnte enacted at the lusi session ol
the provincial honae and which
lame into lorce on Honda)
lust, Angnat ist, is .1 piece ol
advanced legislation along the
lines of the regulation ol the li
censed ti.iilie iu Intoxicating
liquors. While embodying sei
end   changea  toward   greatei
reslriiliulis, which apply 1	
ganbed districts,  lhe no  act
...ui.iins likewise ,i number ol
provisions specjall) denigned lo
saiegnard  the intereata oi Iai
and unit r in unorganised "lis
nnis .md in proiiioie niiil'Uiii
uv ol administration as well
ns orderliness in those acatti red
.nul ouUying camps and cow
inanities   which   are   rapid!)
multiplying ihrougbout the pn-
\iim* .tnd whut conditions are
likelv io encourage greater las
ness ih,in i,Mains in larger and
oltler iiiiiiiiiuniiiis     The   inn
aet is without di.iilit   lhe  mu
come ol the strength whieh m.i-
ilivil.ipeil   In   llie BUpporten "I
local   option  at   the rderer
iinin   vole   taken   last   .iiltuuin
and plans liriiish Columbia
well to the front among ilu
province! ol the Dominion in
the matter ol advanced legisla
nun upon ilus queation.
FOR SALE
ALL KINDS OF
FURNITURE
CHEAP
New Williams Sewing Machine,
in good condition, for  -   $8.00
Beds complete irom $5.00 up
New Matting -   -   10c a yard
All-Feathers Pillows $1.50 a pair
TURNER'S
Furniture and
Crockery Store
70 Lonsdale Ave.
Nelson Manfg Co.
I SII AN \ |t| .   !,.,   ,*i
N. V.l.i nm ii  Co.'l Mn i
AWNINGS
TENTS
SAILS
N. NELSON. Prourietor
LYNN VALLEY
The ear- ire now running pail our new iub-diviiion<
located across the streei Irom tlm Lvnn Valley sion'.
A lew lots siill telling at the original prion.
We have alio i remarkable Rne sub«
division, facing on the extension of the
GRAND BOULEVARD
which we are offering now al reasonable prices.
CAMPBELL & EVENSON
9 Lonsdale Avenue. Phone 155.
II.
Mtnnhrtirri <>i
nil it tnd* <<i Mlttinn im) vnitt,'!'
-i  iiMtik ut.tt itui nitiirv*   Kt tw :
nig in "U ll> bimnrhn
I'itturr Knnilnt,     Furnittin
173 THIRD STREhT. W.
VMM lililiKli- l ,
In   al " been .list usscd
*h i mj*   lom   boat   inl* wnh
to I**    lationi 'i .ti   *i *
'lllleltlll   |ni||il     ihl
Aii organized eflort to cona
M.ni tin- |Kisisieiu apward
limit-mi iu the ms! nl living
is to in* made In the state ol
Washington hv iwo large and
influential bodice. The Waal
ington 8UU Grange and thi
Central   Laboi   Council   have
lu'ill  ill    itilllelellie illllilli:     lln-
p.isi arcek .ii Seattle and have
lui nml,iiul .i sthenic lut ilu-
purpoae "I ; i Iting "for the Iar-
mi'i .i i.m iiim lui ins pro
■lmis .nnl Ioi iln ronminel .i
reasonable    price   un vvh.tl    he
must buy", The iisiili will
probably bc t Movement along
ilu co operativi   lim  Involving
lhe esl.ililisliiiitiii ol ,i Miies ul
stores iii .ill pari. i.i ihe state
.a whiih Earners vvill market
ilnn |iiiniiiit .imi ,u which i.u
mer and workman alike cm
make purchi 11 at prices which
ii la hoped »ill bc considerablj
lower ih*rn ihoae prevailing at
preaent ll la thought that lhi
hotel imu nl Seattle, who h.ni
Imll    slit nm illslv    lighting   llie
"Commi Ion Trust' vvill lu-
glad I** patronise Ihem store!
Tin theories which undcrlli
the taa *p, rativc plan an iloiint
ltss sa,innl, inn iinn practical
'a|ii Mm,n hu in,i ,i". yet lieen
'ilh  .in a*in|*li .nul in the
weal     Whiiliti ilus latent departure  will iiii-i-i wnh beller
plan success than iis predeceaiors re-
Offers yon the l»esl
Quality  .-unl  price
'mi nil
mil I.S FOR
PRESERVING
ami recommend tin-
11 own JAR&
tii give besl satisfao-
liesl Mili*
inui
THU BUCUII-UI
KLUN i% Ltd.
Lonidali  A-.nue,
at l-'t in  Landing
fko incmm
Ai.l, KINDS OF
FEED AT THE
LOWEST PKIOH
\V," ill-,,   .alllall,, ||„.  Iilllo-rtng  III
POULTRY SUPPLIES:
i: I ii .i'iii. k 9 i.
I'.     *"      K      I     l.i,   IS ■   1 I     Cl|,,|,.
Sum-' l;**.*l -, r.u I,
Mlfl'l   I'a.llllrV S|a|,*,'
\.<S-' l.i,*,* K
U liriit in IwogfatlM
Bold in :mi iiuiiii i * -
TRY SWIM'S' Alls-
NATE OF i.i: \h
Tin' r.'-si —iit. ma'! fprajr
till III,- lliairk.*!
ALL KiNds of
fertilizers
FOtUAWN AND garden
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
REAL ESTATE. LOANS. INSURANCE.
Nurtli Vancouvei and Vauconvw
dtj and Suburban Property,
Arri'itp'. Snli-I ii:-i,.n-.
I'.iiit,*- manafad, Benta collected
Buaineai Cbaaeaa
AfTcentcnti ol Balai dtteoanted
11
Fool ol Lonstlili' .\vt„
IPHONE Be
North Vanconver, B. C.
P. O. BOX 114
D. L. 204
1; caah, bi li
onlv.
16th Street
We  hive     iv. I ll   gOO I   I' Is   la   I *   a I ■  ■
vi.iiiiliatiit .uiai propo'i .1 I * 1*.n li
n nnl 11 nmnlhi     I hi 11  an  li 1   1 le«
hs „f
> I'lll
\ good I'** It. Inl wiih,n i ahnrl blm
1 .uliiir.   nr.iilv   all  . I. an il
caah, btlani e fi and 1 - moniha,
Queensbury Heights
balam e (■. 1 • and is months,    I Ins ia 1 hi .1)1
tli'lllile l
isi* |n 1
uin 1,  lOOXl I, II.
I1000    ]   caah
CHAS. E. LAWSON & CO.
1. - -iiiiiii un 1   1 1 ttt-ttis
Real Eatal  Specialiala        ij LonsiUI I'lmm- 71
HLLL0!!
Tl.l*   I |*|.    h;,l.,
("Iiiid il ...11   :ii
laal
(live lis 11 trill.
C. R. HICKMAN
Grocer -md Iiul< her
•5
Phoae jo
in I.
Meat I'h ii-.
iidah Avenue
HH  N.V. HSH M\KKI I
I'tl.li'f  \,«   Mill,at.,,* ,|,1
Tin* cliaapr*! and bwi ulact   1 ion
lm nil kimlia .1 1 .i*.l> :n il ■ 1 n.i,,
|. .llllft . tO/t, " I  lall'l* - ai|„l (mil
WE SELL It i:
IOI IS   HllUN
: IRS1 STREI l. WEST. '
Hot Points
For i he Man
H
a   ll.l lit
VI ll
■ in i'l
iaae the
a
11 at onci
POINT"
1    UjKi
-IIOl
T
1 l.us trial,
11 i" llll
taking.
p   * ,1* and ei u.ii ii "ii in n-
1 IV
Qn'.v iron oa matin 1
it ed loi iwn vi .11 s.
In veal sow, it will pii .0, in 1
Neat, iii'in snd econoiuical,
Tri inn* nuw ,uiil be tuuv 1 in< il
B. C. Electric Railway Company, Ltd.
50 Lonsdale Avenue.
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I'lio
198
i'iii    in.illis   lo  In* sun      The   v rst
Tin   llollienl Ui  lh -in laa I,ive
Then   UV Bej-ln lo Di*    p.  ba
blj  contain* mon uuih lhan
North Vrinrouver
Coal and Supply Co.
Dealcis in Coal, Brick,
Sand,   Gravel,   I .une,
Cement  .unl  General
Builders' Sii|a|,||,
All  Orderi   Pi
Filled and v 1
Qaaraated    Pri
Applii ition
have You
»oen our new Subdivision in Lynn Valley
t
OITUATED right al tb* C5ar Terminus,   Tins is the greateal op.
|itii'tiinity for in vist Hunt ever offered on thii side of tlio Inlrt,
Already, lots punhued of m laal week have bwn twld at a profit
ni $2fi0 per lot, and tin- original purchaaar sold too somi at that.
There must of necessity lie I busy businMI centre in I.vnn Valley
and nf necessity it will be located at lliis point,   You know what
that will mean.   Lei us ihow you over the property before they
are all gone, PHONE 216 for appointment. Office on the
ri'Dllinl
j!  THE   CANADIAN   FINANCIERS,   LTD. II
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14 longdate Avrnue
HEAD OFFICE K.32 Oranvilie 81 R. 8. THOMPSON, l/ical Sdanaxer.
Offire: Lonxlale, Real I il) W'li.nl
Waiehousc :       Fonnan'l What-' ■W4*WM**MH-*M1"M4+*M-M^^ THE EXPRESS, NORTII YANCOUVER, B. C.
Corporation of the City of North Vancouver
NOTICE OF TAX SALE
NOTICK is iiiTeby given thai in elrtneol ihi Monlolpal Omm Acl ;mal uu
amending ii, .- ine an i lij .iiiiimriit ui tin- Corporation ol Iba ruy ol Nnrth
Vancouver,Tui wlm, Auguil luili, IHlu,al S.00p m.,wlthlntheOltj Hull, Kirsi st,
Nortli \':i.i.. iivtT, 1 a III mIi Uv public anetlon thalindi hereinafter deaorlbad tn
ri'fiivi'r I *t* iiiii'n il, lin,|ii ni in roipi'i-t tlii-rt'nl ami IntaTMl ami wall nil Ml forth
oppoalta in - tl* urlptl I Mnl lun I.-t n.-iit'i-iivi-ly, if tha amount ol inch luaa,
interest uml a i-i   are i,.,i lyoOM paid, viz:
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Henry K* P
Henry B. P.
Kingsley Mrs. I'.. M.
Kiafsle) Mrs. B If,
Kingsley Mrs. E. M.
Kingalay Mrs. V. M.
Kingsley Mrs. K. M.
Ili.t.ilW. !■'. A.
Kennedy J. G.
Giaviiiinn th* Nicola and
DonitO tie limier
Dick W. J.
Dick W J.
I. Weill).   P,
laotiine II.
Boyle II
Boyle II
Shaw Amanda
Shaw Amanda
Wain 1.   li
Benoil W. II
(lill Lister
Dunn Ah-x.
'*•
Sanderson A. >V RoM B
Bauer W. A
Bum W. A
Cillagban P. 1)
Brewei 11. W
Coplej Nora M
Coplfj Mori M
lliirill ('. B
McDonald V. B
t uis Robt
Mutch II* Band
Tamer 11  B
Mutch II* H antl
m mi II.  H
\|i Krtl.'lt* I!
Mi Kl 11/ie II
I iii lam il, Nucci
II 11 t llli   all   Nui , 1
Mai kinnon I, N
M 11 kinnon J. N
III.ss Man
Chapman G< 0.
Bitiold I."Uis.1
Corniah H. J
It    I     'is
llt.tlwell i-:. X
Mi Donald Pand
riiiiiiipsun k. j
Iiniii- Sing
Marlon W
Brown R, W
I;,,., li. W
Kahoo Singh
Ninn Singh
Moots l'"U is
il. iir.i a Elis
I'.lstut  \
Paitrc A
jAllanJ.W
Bartley Mrs*
Kirkpttrick J* I'
l\llh|lilllt k   J.   I>
Sealttilil iV liairelson
RuaaaH Mis. p
John
1", nn Mis. M
rownaley B
PowaraW. J
Mirithi ti  W
Nli nail In 'i.
Mi tiart (n ai.
S|i uul 1111'
Sti'ivaii
M.n liitusli Alex.
Smith Catherine
I nists ,v Cuirantta Co
l.ul.
Taylor J. II , at al
Pergusoa
l'i.... II
Ticro 11
McKay Plorence B
Ainii 1.1**11 npi 1.
Mansi II Minion
StubbsW. II
Brett I.m v M
Kineaiil Marie
Billings A. S
Sl.elh.lllal*  J     \Y
Skelhorne j, \V ami
dam.   II   J       '
Shrspiiell |aiu il
William* 1:
ll. rmin J
Roche-tei II   li
Kn, hest, 1  II    H
Plinaghan (•'■ J
1*1,111,1 ".iiaii I''. J
Shan Hongl  .V I "
Lill Gt
Lill Geo
Gnnl a
(niii  \
(n   nt A
Giant A
|6.56
O.56
6. jo
5**2
3.68
741
6.j6
I s,i
8 98
1 98
7.36
7.31.
9.46
17*43
16.81
16.81
s.90
8.90
H 90
'343
1553
H.45
8. 2 2
II (6
na .**,
16.39
in ji)
9.83
'4-5<>
14.5(1
'45&
21.10
12114
■3-45
I ti. _' 1
16.34
i'i ji
10 03
III 02
-4*7>J
•4-79
'9*73
13.78
17.30)
17. jn
M 63
19.76
ij 76
■733
11.95
9.11
9.11
'9 44
20.18
33 43
26.75
'3 49
23.58
'3 49
'3 49
15.84
23.06J
II 67
miu
'7 '4
17.14
13.27
12.83
11.76
56 48
*'i*75
2235
22*35
19.91
I j. 80
3225
*.l 5.1
41.401
.•'■ I',
J3  '8
IO.89
H.71
I" Id
l'i ili
68.86
68 86
»3J3
2.32
J.31
2.2S
2.18
J-37
232
2.24
2.44
J. 44
2.36
2.36
2.47
2-ar
2.84
2„S4
J. 44
J.44
2-441
s-)i)\
2.67
2.87
j.62
2.41
2.41
j ('j
I.81
j Si
2.S1
2.4')
2.72
I.73
2.72
3"5
I.64
267
3 "I1
3.81
1,81
I   s,
-'5"
I.50I
3- 2i
J. 98
3'3
2.Mi
1.86
2 73
1.98
1.68
1.86
1.86
2.59
2.45
2-45
•'■'17
3.00
367
.1.1*
2-67
3 44
3'7
J.67
J.67
s. 79
3'5
3-"5|
I.78
3* "4
3 3*
3.04
18]
j.6t
3.13
j (.(
2*7«|
4.8J
3.08
3..1
3 ■"
I.99
3 "J
j.6l
6.17
4.1.7
332
.i*.i(i
|.o8
J 97
.1*"!
),o8
IS"
III
5* II
TOTAL
s.ss
S.8K
8.61
8, in
5**1
978
B ss
7.04
11.4J
11 4 j
9.72
9.73
11.93
20.30
1963
19.63
"■34
11.34
"■34
10.21
16.10
18.411
I5<>7
IO.63
Iaa la(
I5.H8
I9. IH
19 HI
la,. |0
1231
17 JS
17.J8
17.28
24- '5
'5-5*
16.12
3j 88
19.03
19.05
19.03
11 33
11 $.
19.61
17 99
28.OJ
22.71
20.06
20.06
'7*3*
22.74
16.44
Jal. I*|
20.19
M-54
11,36
11.56
22.41
23.18
37.10
3°'3
16.16
32.30
26.75
id id
id id
18.63
26. j 1
2472
19.39
23.87
31.00
23.87
19.99
19.99
'5.93
25- 50
'5*47
i's*5l
61.30
34 s.i
25 4''
2.S-4'1
.15 's7
45 17
19.84
57"'
jo. 70
3' 5'»
24*75
j 2 46
13.66
,1 *"
74 3"
HKSl'llll'TION
UK
rilllPKUTY
III..
274
274
274
274
271
274
271
271
271
274
•74
274
2 74
274
515
545
545
545
515
545
545
545
545
273
273
273
273
273
273
173
273
273
273
Hoe)
265
265
265
265
265
I63
265
163
265
2(,5
363
265
265
163
265
265
265
265
265
265
265
265I
265
265
2''5
265
(III,
(llll
full
616
616
'55
'55
'55
'5''
'57
'57
157
'57
167
,(.7
168
170
206
lljl
J151
215,1
215A
215A
229
139
229
1
2
2
3
7
'9
jj
11
»73
•73
»73
»7J
•73
«73
»73
•73
-'7.1
29
27.1
30
>73
30
163
163
163
265
163
163
163
163
163
163
163
163
6
163
6
tl
6
6
6
6
8
9
10
10
10
in
10
10
10
II
15
IS
15
15
15
6   I
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25
4'
42
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II
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nfr
15.1
go
61
29
4
10
1 1 g
20
2 19
20
5
8
12
4
4
4
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18
'9
4
21
2
'4 '
'5
1
2
1
j
'7
6
7
10
JO
11
'4
7
s
'4
'5
9
3
4
5
'4
'7
18
19
20
27
22
23
28
29
30
3'
32
it
7
'7
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23
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7
26
1
3
4
7
8
12
16
'4
2
'J
10
11
5
in
66
5 6
14
lilla   in II I
I'lll
USS ii 1   mt \i:n
iiRrani Kobt.
Kilroy Morgan & Co.
Kilroy Morgan & Co.
Grur.ez F
Mall Ke M.lll Wei
Mali Kl Mali wei
M.ili Ke Mali wei
drone/. F
oivler Mrs. li. J
Fowler Mrs. li. J
llealalT.   M.
Freeman J* M. A Hector
Keith J. A
iViiilielil II. M
Winlielil II. M
TaiM i"
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iaa .nal
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K ami
A
K anil
D
D
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Hraim (i. II am]
Kenneth G. A
St. John Pill
Hunter K. J
Moon S. Smith
Mtiore S. Smith
Stiilil.s W. II
Harrison S
DeMarchan
Shaw B
Shaw B
Ronald A. L
Briggi Di W
Hauer W. A
Laurencelle J
Bureau L
Laurencelle J. B ami
liureail L
Laurencelle J. E and
Bureau L
Laurencelle J. E and
lillle,III   L
McKt ii
McKenzie C
Hanna J  J
Shiinle V
rlimiotihi
Nakam 111.1 G
Cunningham G.
Urn a H
Snsiiki 11
Siyiyama I'salmro
SiMvama Uiabura
Williams A. 13
Walker Mrs.
1'inliert Alice M
Mayo Mrs. C
Taylor Jno
Cates Mrs. L
llall Albt.
Smith Mrs. A
Suiith Mis  A
Agusis Carolina
Moon Mis. E
Fowler Mrs. J
Sam Buy, Scon Suei
Chong Ying, Yong Junu
King
Sam Sny, Scon Suey,
Chong Vims, Yong Jung
King
limeie II
Hun ft H
Buceyi ll
Buceye II
Buceye 11
Kwong Ling llmg
Kwong Ling llmg
Sam Suey, et. al.
Sam Suey, et, al.
Wt.rsli'v K. S
Bimbrick Jos.
Lonsdale ami Fell
tales (has. II
Burwell H* M
Sam Sing, it al.
Scott [oa.
Scott A. J
Sam Sing, et al.
Sain Sing. et. al.
Mitchell Mrs. G. I
Scott A. J
Sam Sing, at, ll.
Sain Sine,, et  al.
Sam Sinn, St al.
Sam Sini;. St al.
Sam Siim, ct. al.
Sam Sing, et. ll.
Newgreeii A  (i.
Hogg Charlotte
Croiicln 1 A   B
Mooney P, W
Stem W. T
Keith J. C
J 62.86
88.45
88.70
26.57
25.23
I7'23
9.63
23.28
43.9I
43.91
69.90
34-4*
7.81
7.12
7.12
11.94
II.94
•I Is
16.36
14.40
20.50
20.87
'5-57
'5 57
14.25
'9 45
■ 7'is
25.01
19.24
24.13
■7-24|
28.83
21.19;
18.11
2'-55
si.JJ
2'55
17 74
W.70
lt.8l
2332
23 31
8.28|
'2,931
8.38!
7.13
5 96|
7.1 j
7.12
8.38
8.28
8.28
8.28
9.36
7.12
7.1J
5. to
5.80
3.80
5.80
13.16
5-52
552!
8.J8
11.87
5.56
5-56
11.11
5-94
5*'H
11.88
7-05
7* "5
II  SS
7.12
9-36
9.J6
9.36
'2*95
8.j8
9.30
9 3"
10.68
22.32
23 93
'i 11
,aS,7
U.96
2II2.79
5-'4
6.42
6.43
332
3.26
2.86!
2*4*
3*'t
4.14
4.14
5*49
3-72
2.39
2.35
2.35
I.39
2*5')
m~
2.81
2.72
3.02
3.04
2-77
2'77
2.71
2.97
I.89
3-25
I 2.96
3. JO
j. 86
3*44
3-"5
290
3.07
3-071
j. 07
1.88
3.03
3'4
316
3.16
2.41
2.64]
2.41
j. 60
J. 21)
2-35
2 35
I.41
j.41
241
2.41
2.46
2*35
2*35
2.29
j. 29
2.29
I.39
2.65
2-27|
J.J7
j.41
s-591
2-»7|
J 27
2-55
I.19
2,29
2 59
2 35
2*35
2*59
2*35|
2.46
1.46
s.46
2.64
2.41
,46
2.46
2-53
3.11
3.19
245
4 I"
509
12.14
in r.i 1.
JhS.o.i
94.87
95*' 3
29.89
18.49
20.09
12.11
2(1.44
47-°5
47.05
75*39
38.20
10.20
9*47
9*47
M-53
14 53
17. JO
19.17
17.U
23*52
23.91
'Ml
18.34
16.96
22.42
20.87
28.26
22.20
27.13
20.10
3227
24.24
31.01
24.62
24.6J
24(12
20.6 j
33*73
2595
.-(. 4!
26.47
10.69
15-57
10,69
9.72
8.25
9*47
9 47
10.69
10.69
10 in
11.SJ
9.47
'i 17
8.09
8.09
(Log
s 09
15.81
7 7')
7 79
IO.69
I I I1'
7.83
7-8J
'3(l7
8.23
8.23
'447
9.40
9.40
'447
'M7
II 8j
II.82
n.Sa
15-J9
rn 69
1 I 'a
II.76
I3.2I
2543
27.12
II.56
52'57
25"5
11493
Vancoaver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
(liven umler my hand at Ninth Vim nuui tins jjiuI ol |uly, 1910,
SYDNEY HUMPHREYS,
Collector.
PROVINCIAL NEWS
Grand Porks has stunk a tax
rate ol JJ mills m the dollai
Losses   hv  Nanainiii's    latest
lire will aggregate Sis,mi".
The   new   Anglican  mission
-.It*,ium  ColUUlbil  II has   t'i'iii
Into iiiiiiiiiissinn.
Aid. Allen has resigned from
the ciiv council nl Vernon for
lillsiliess 11 asi ills.
Plana have been adopted and
conatruction begun on Chilli
n.nk's mw general hospital.
The  Kurt George I  Alberts
Telephone Co. has non
lislu-ti northern head ofici ■ al
Fort George,
The I'm,nne committee ol il
Prince Rupert Council propow
.1 tu rate ol 13 mills fur general revenue.
Prince Rupert will hau* an
automobile lm- engine,
Prime Kupert will donati
S.'Sn from the city Iniuls towards lln* expenses nl lhe mill
inn autumnal fair.
The s.iliiiiui run nil tin 1-iasti
is still delayed owing t" ihe it
Imtanic   nl the   snckcic In en
ter llu- greal rivet.
Stewart lili/.eiis halt comi to
the   Concluaion that   iiaiiiliti"iis
iustiii   ihe Immediate inaiia.n
nl   a   public  sthuul,
A combination chemical and
hnse wagon has been ordered
lur ihe Prince Kupert inf department, this piece nf appers
tns tn tt.st S8,5oo.
AntomobUi tmfii oa lhi (
riboo   in,nl   has  considcrabli
[alien ofl ami leveral l.n *
thin.s ,ni* being ihipped back lo
the coaat,
W, T, STIUN I 10*
CHAMERED	
 ACCOl'NTANTS
LADIES' HAIRDRESSING
;iai rentier street, Vancouver
and
N1 .rth Vancouver
ARCHITECTS
V BTANLEY MITTOK M.l.C.A
AkCIIlTia'T
111 Granville Street
VAN. ' 'Vl-K, 11. c.
0*X.Hi>
Kallethe's Bath
Curlier llniner and render Sts.
The mily lip-In -dale and reliable butli house in Hritish Columbia.
We cure   where   others    fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed  nr nn
pay. Plail ballis, electric balli
shower baths, massage Inr body, scalp and face ; ek-clro lint
apeutic baths a specially.
JOS. KAUKTHE. 1'ROl'.,
Graduate of llerlin, Gi-rinani
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. w.
Canada'a Graateat Wtittrn School
R. .1. Sprott, HA., - -Manager
PITMAN'S
Bu»ine»» I't'll, c.
632 Seymour st., Vancouver
Day .school open all   the   \e.11
round.  Night sclmol comment
is September Bth,
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
Canadian Detective liiireau -
Officei everywheie
Vainriilllir  dllii't':       :".!   lllal    llliK'k
'.n.i Uaatl-afaai -n-»t. PbeM HM
\X. W. WmVBB
General Buperiatcsdeat
WATCHMAKERS
A -..."iiuiiii. ri'ihiiiiiin mil In* iiiven ng
aiil hair goodi, piiBn, conibl ami harr-
t'ttf*. inr ttin wtekt nuiv. Bvltehaa,
tea. 130.00 tu i»" n.i.l lur I15U0; rt-g.
Ill60for 110.00; tea. $750 for U.Ou;
r.'iliii'iiniiH mi illl mill*, en frnin $'.'U llll
iu $:i..riti. fbampoolna, Balrdrawlug,
Manlcnrlsg, facial Mauan and Kl. e-
trolvilifof ilie rini"tiii nf mperlaow
hair, w.irlH uml iiinli-, hi
MADAME HUMPHREYS
723 Pender Street
GROCERS
CHEAP8IDE GROCERY
OEO, WAGG
Groceries and ProvirioM
Whi.lts.ili' and Retail
nh Haitingi St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tueadayi and Fridays
PICTURE FRAMING
PICTURE FRAMING
We have lhe lar^ist stock oi
mouldings in B, C. to select
(rum sn when you want framing   done   udi-.ii])   and   will a;et
nur prices.
BAILEY BROS. CO. LTD.
5411 Granville and 1.1.8 Cordova
RUBBER STAMPS
Till-; GEO. B.  HEWITT CO.
Manufacturers
mwm mm mn
Si^n and Price Markers
in Fairfield Illd.      l-'onc R3J72
REAL ESTATE
 &	
lorlisliiir GnmtM &
MTiinlir.N Corporation lid
||n Scvintiur Street
V.V.M ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIKE INSURANCE
H. Kerr Iloulj-ate - - - Manager
RESTAURANTS
Bngliah practical watclunaker ;
1-st.ililislicd 1889
Specialty, rcjiairing
W00DR00F8,
312 Carrall Street
j   All North Vancouver   people
1 eat at
LEONARDS'
Either   Mack Hlock or Hastings  itreet,  oppodti the  new
Post Ollice.    Leonard sells  his
it.1 liy thc pound.
NORTH VANCOUVER hERRY TIMETABLE
STEAMER ST. GEORGE
STR. NORTH VANCOUVER
Leave Van.
Leave N,
Van.
Leave N
. Van.
Leave Van.
'6.2o a.m.
'6.45 a.ui.
•6.2o 1
1.111.
•6.45 a.ui.
7.30   "
7-5"
11
•7.20
11
•8.00   "
8.30   "
8.50
ti
•8.20
11
•8.50   "
9.15   "
945
it
9.20
9-45   "
10.15   "
iu-15
ia
10.15
"
10.45   "
11.15   "
n-45
11
11.15
"•45   "
12.15 RJB
12.45 P-m-
12.15 p.m.
12.45 P-U1-
1*15   "
1-45
"
1.15
1-45   "
2.15   "
2-45
"
2.15
11
245   "
3-15  "
3-45
11
315
"
3-45  "
415 •"
4-45
11
4-15
11
445  "
5-15  "
5-45
"
5-15
5 45   "
h.15  "
«>"45
11
6.15
11
6-45   "
7-25  "
7-45
"
7-25
n
-,45   "
8.15  "
8.45
ti
8.15
11
8-45   "
sf 15    "
9-45
'
9-15
11
945   '
I0.15    "
10.45
11       '
10.15
11
10.45   "
•11.15    "
* 11.45
11
11.15
"
12.00
"•45
11
1.00
t
Nnt   nil
Sundav.
Time
Table siiliicct to
clian ge without
notice.
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
I nth "Wist Va i"ti."   Captain Findlne
Licensed loi  s paaaatfars
TIME TABLE
I,, av* • I^"t»,*» V.IKotl.M
lliillyliutii IVIa.rl (111  rrrrlt.'   Wli.il
tatty Dai) 1. ifil aundo
7.30 a. 111. h mi a. in.
1 nn .i.ui. 10.00 a.m.
li.oc 1 1200 a.m.
I] un p.m. 14 tm p in
1 y"<>  P  HI* 10  "H   P   HI
i ,111 |i 11.. ll.oop ni.
I9.OO p.in aalurd.i>» •»!>  22.no p.m.
aui fcindi) Vhidulr     . .   1 1 >,<i p.m.
17 hi p 111  "  22.0H p.m.
Single Fare 15c.       Two Ticketi 25c.
1 Uin lust mult Iiiiiii   Nnilli Yam ntiv 1 1 1 lli,  diitrict I't-vtind
1 ipilano Km 1     Launch "Weit Van invar" nahei mnnec-
linns, wiili'ini l.ul. uiili ilie lerry ileameri from North Van
 ier, as  |iei alimi   .1 In dull* SIX
THK EXPRESS, NORTII VANCOUVER, B. C
BV 1,.\\\ Ml. it |
A \'.\ I.AW in .. iiiiii 'Use lh
Corporation ul lhe Citj oi
North Vancouver to entet
mtaa jnd i Mnn* n agreement
with the Hurrard lnlcl Tun
ncl .unl Bridge Companj Ii I
the purchase ol sharei in the
, ipital itock ni the said
i ompanj,
WHKRKAS the Burrard In
let Tunnel and Bridge Company
has been Incorporated Ior lhe
purpose ni constructing .1 join!
traffic and railwaji bridge ac-
rou iln* Second Narrowi ol
Burrard Inlei Irom i point In
tin* Municipality oi Burnaby to
., point in the Districi nf N- rth
\ ancouver and the cuiutruct'ou
i sun.iltle railway wnrks lo
connection with railwai
systems nil the southern slum
aal Burrard Inlet an I Inr the
opening np and development ol
iln- northern shore ol  Hun.ml
Illlel
AM) WHKRKAS i: is txpedi
nn thai the sml Corporation
du lubecribe tor shard in the
said Company i
THEREFORE the Municipil
Council "i the Corp ration ol
the Ciiv ol North Vancouver
(with the asstiit ul ihe elector
1*1 ilu* Ciiv id North V.inciiuvii
dulv nlu.iiunii enacts as   lol
Inns :
I I I    The  M,llnl   all 1 Clelk     il
the saitl Corporation .ire hare
iai , iiiiiii an/ail tn ii| n nn behall
oi iiu C irporation . nd to affix
lhe Corporate Seal to a Certain
Indenture nf Agreement audi
between the Burrard Inlet Tun-
ml .nul Bridge Company oi tha
a.iu part, mul the iorporation
o| ilu- Ciiv nl North Vancouvei
ni the other part, cor ol whuh
said agreement is hereto ap
-tended *,s Schedule "A" ; mi-
thnriu tm iln- Corporation to
inni mt<> and a i'ie to all iln-
proviaiona thereol being hereby
given
(1)    This   ll\ law    shall liuin
nitt. operation on lhe dati   ol
its rciciun thi a a nl ol thl
Lieutenant Govi rnoi in Council
tn Order in Ca im.il in ihai ,i
The works "i the Com
pain must lu commenced arith
in tea liit'iiths (mill the dl
tin assent nl the Lieutenant-
Governor iu Ca.until .as above
mentioned and said brid e
n,usi In* completed and read)
[or tr.illn iiiii a r iliu iv inn-
im un; wilh the Short line   "I
ilu- City "I North Vancouver,
also completed belore lhc lapse
nf three yean from the date "I
the assini ..I the Lieutenant
Governni In Council, ind a Iall
nre to nh tin such nine limits
shall nmlt! thia B) I in M'i'l
and ol im t lie. I
i 11   This   Ilv law  lli.il  It- in
nl [or all i in|'"-ts as tin ' Hm
imi il Inht  Tunnel .nul  Bridge
Companj    Shares    Agreement
Purchaae B  law, 191° "
Paaaed bj lhe Council on tin
.-,ih tl.11  ..I  .lull.  A I),  i'lln.
Received lhi nasenl nl thi il
eilnls   nl     ill ' lection    he'd   nil
ih,* daj
A l). 1910.
Ku.'iisiilir.il .nnl lm,ill* p.is
id in iln t i.u-Hil a.i Uu  1 Hi
p.at ill  :i  ihis day "I
A 1)   itii"
BCHBDUU    \
lMnini in in iiu "Barrard
Inlet Tunnel .nul Bridge Com
pany Shares   Agreement   i'ur
chase Hi law ,   1
the Second Narrows oi Hurrard
Inlet Iinin .1 point in tha Muni
cipality ol Burnaby to a poinl
111 the Diitrict ol North Vancouver ami ilu- conatruction 11
suitable railway works to give
connection witli the railway
sistuiK nn ihe southern ihore
ol Burrard Inlei and lur the
opening up and development ol
ilu- Northern Shore ol Burrard
Inlet :
AND WHKRKAS the whole
nl saitl works are sn
situate sn as in I ei.1
hi ilu- aaid Citj ui N'nit 1
Vancouver and the Corporation
has   agreed   to   purchaae Out
Thousand 11 1) shares oi Une
Hundred (Jiuo 00) Dollan each
in tin- capita] .stmk nl the said
Companj 1
and WHEREAS the par va
lue nl the saitl slums is One
Hundred Thousand $100,0 0
Dollan:
THEREFORE, Um Compunj
hereby  agreei to allot to  tha
Corporation and the Corpora
tion hereby agreei to tubacrit-e
Inr   and   purchaae tton   ihe
Cninpanv One Thouiand (innn
shares  uf  One Hundred (fioo
Dullars    each    in lhe    capital
itock oi the Companj   at an l
(nr the said priu ol One Hun
iliitl Thousand > 100,000 o) Dollan ;   subject   alu.lis    In    tllc
termi "I the Act ni Incorporation nl the Company and the
Muniiipal    Clauses   Ait     nml
Amending Acts and to the Inl
lowing conditions, nam* ly 1
1 11   The   aim.unt 1 I ihe   pur
Value nl   the   said sh.ilYs   shall
lie   due   and payable to   the
Cninpanv ill teinis nl the   Act
ul Incorporation ui the Com
panv alter thc date "f lhe
aaaent ol the i.ii utt n mi Gover
nur in Council to the By lan
authorizing the execution nl
this Indenture, and upon pa)
ment ni ihe par value thereol
and in exchange therelor the
Compan) shall issue and make
delivery to ihe Corporation ol
the certificate inr said iharei
in the capilal stmk in n form
in In- approved bv the solicitors
lur the Corporation.
(Jl The Mavur fur lhe lime
being shall l e es officio om ol
ilu- directon ol the Compan
:n addition lo tha tuiml h a 1
directon luthorind by the.'.
Incorporating the Cumpaiiy and
shall have the same rights, pri
lilf^tS    . lllal    paaWllN    .IS    till*   I'llll I
directon ol the Company and
Un Company shall accept such
Uayoi as 1 director ol the
Company so long as the Corporation is lln oWMf "I ihe
aid shares
in    The   Company   agrees
ibai 11   will within lill months
imu, ilu dale ol ilu aaaent oi 1
the   Lieutenant   Governor    In
Council   to said  III  |,a\v     U'ln-
incnce the wort ol conatructinj
iln said bridge ami proceed
therewith a* speedily as pussi
lile alld will have the said
bridge comph ted and ready toi
traffic and a railwav ooanectiu
with the sln>rc line uf lhe Cit)
cer  to taki   ilu1 vote   ol   smh
Klccton with the 'Is"'11 powers
in thai behall
By Order a.i lhe Council,
Win   11   HAY,
Uavoi
THOMAS SHKl'HKRD,
Citi Clerk.
A 11V I.AW
poration n
V.llltialltt'l
ul  In.ill  tll
iu enable lhc  Cor
1 ilu City oi North
in raiac by  wai
c slim ol Ollc Ilnn
dnd Tlhati ..iiul (| 100,000) Dul
lan lot' the purchase aal sli.ires
iii the capil il sti ck ol lln
Burrard Inlet Tunnel and
Bridge Compan]
WHEREAS it is deiirable to
imi roa the ium ol f ioo,  [or
the purpoae ul purchasing
shares in the capital stick al
the Burrard Inlet Tunnel and
Bridge Cninpanv :
AND WHEREAS a petit on
ligned by the ownen oj more
than nne iiiiih in value oi nal
propert) la the I it) 11 Norlh
Vanconver (aa slumu by thc
last revised aaaesamenl roll)
h.is been presented to lhi Coun
til requesting Ihem to Intro
diiie suih a l'\ lan
ANI) WIIKKKAS ,1 will be
an in order in do so to
issue debenturei ol lhc Corpot
ation iur tin* sum ul One Hun
ihni Thouaand ($100,1 00) Dol
lars as luiiiii ifu-r provided,
which is tin- amount ol del t
Intended lo 1 e ne itcd by thn
By Lan : the pi* cecdi 1 ai
debentures lo be appl.etl as
liiieinalln  sit 1,111 :
AND WHKRKAS [or the payment  oi iuttrtst un the deben
Hill""    pilapaSltl    la.    ||*    ISS'  I'll    llll
del    lllis  III law   antl  I  r He it
inn s sinkiu;1 (uml [or the 1 a)
ment oi the same when due ll
will   In- necesaar)   lo rail
special rate In addition to  .ill
other  raits in each year  dur
lag the currency ol the siid rii
benturei, thi sum , 1 *
uiu ln'l   *  is  lu  I e   raised
annually lm payment ol Into
esi iiunii;1 iln currency  ul thi
saitl dil.tiiiiiii **. .iini s*
to In- raised annually   toi   thi
purpoae ol matin , .1  si
iutiil [or payment 1 ( the dcbl
secured by tai mid del entur
AND WHEREAS In ord 1  to
raise iln   sai,1 yearly  sum  ol
tufif/t, 11.' [or intereal and  sm1
in   uiml .111 1 ,n il    pi. '.il  i.iti
un tin dollar will I e required to
lie   levied   oa   all  ill     I.ilea' 1
propertj la iha saitl Citj :
AND WHEREAS tin- amount
ish North America at North
Vancouvtr, Toronto or Montreal, Canada, or at tht said
Hank in the City ol London,
Kngland, at par oi txihange,
and -li ill bear intereit at tlic
i.iie nl live per ii'iituin pn' annum, payable half ye irlj »n the
First da)  oi Pi-bruarj und the
l'il'sl   day   ul   \ugUst  in   each
,unl every year during the cur-
ia iu\ thereof, nnd smh del aa
lines shall have ,ilt.uiml to
th,in iuii|mis li r |ayment ol
interest, which iaid loujoni
shall Lear lhc ■ ignatttrc oi the
said Mayor, either written,
stumped, printed or Lit.li graph
I'll   I herein.
i tl During tin whole term oi
lhc currency ol the aid de! id
lures a special rate nn the dol
lar shall be levied and raised
each vear in addition lo all
other ratei on .ill lhe rateable
real property in lhe City sufficient to pa\ lhc interest upon
the saitl debentures aud Lo etc
ate a linking [und [or lhe | ay-
nu nt ol ih.* prii ci] .il iIn 11ol
when due, lubjvct lo any   Ait
■ ■I enactment reipecting the
sum*. Smh speeinl rate shall
In- instiled in the Collector's
Koll rn- Rolls ami sh,,n be payable iu and collected by Unsaid Corporation in the same
wai as other ratei in the iaid
liull ur Kulls, saw* ,is hereinafter provided
i 11 In ni'ili r in | rovide f r
the rates sei out in paragraph
i \), and subject as aforesaid,
ihii.* shall be railed annual
II hi    ipecial   late dill ill};    the
currency ol thc sai I de! enlure
the sum ol $5,01 o to providi
ha- tin payment ol Intereal
thereon, and the sum tat $653 nj
to provide for the repayment o|
iln* primip.il thereof,
(5)   Tin* proceeds a | the  sale
■ I llu said diliiiitui'is shall 11
applied .is i*.lh.us .anil not oth-
t l uise :
■ in payment ol ilu- colli
nl ih, paiiing ui this iu l.tf,
and ill expenses connected will
and ilu- issin- ami nte of the
•l.'tiiiuics therein referred to
tin- said loan.
b) lu recouping the saitl
Col poration I'.r iuch "Uin-. as
in.ii In* expended hereunder Inline the proceedi ul the lale ol
lhe said del enturi become i-
vailable.
To Cl tlipltli   tl t   pu meill
i"i the shares In ih said Corn-
pan) *is al nt, »t , m.
All monej ■ ai laing > in
"i ihe annual -.pi i I rati hen
inbefon provided lur sinkiu*;
lund shall be invest tl l v tin
Council ol iaid I a rporation
iinin lime to llllii lis ilu- law
directs,
t;i No rebate shall be al
lowed "ii lhe laxe* i * le levii I
iiiidii this By l*ui
This Hi i.m shall take
"ii the Fifteenth day ol
Vugust, i'lln, and iii.ii be i it
nl [or all purposes as the "Bur
i.nil Inlet Tunnel and Bridge
Companj Shares I'urclin e Loan
III I.UI    I'liii "
M'te uf smh Electon with  the
"■•'ial powera in ihai lull.ill.
Hy order nf the Council,
Wm. II. MAY,
Mavur.
Thomas SHEPHERD,
Citv Chrk. ■
HY-I.AW' NO. [jo
tier required by law, l el i
final passing thereof,
l'.i*. ail    In    tin  iiiiiiii il
ith   thli    nl   .lllll ,    I'lln.
Received  the  assent
rhi luis iiii the
,l,.i ..I
Reconsidered     and
pi  iJ in open Council,
-
llie
this
iht
affixed In lhe presence ul:
NOTICI-: Tn ELECTORS
TAKK   NOTICE   that lhe a
hove is i tree iopj ..l thi pm
pusitl III law, upon uhnh  tin
\.,ii ni tin Klectori ul the Un
ill  lhe
tl.ll .1
linallv
i iiu!
1 lerk
.\
I'lln
THIS      INDENTl RS      .uade
the lay "I
in thi
ul Our Lord one Thousand Sine
Iiuiul!,a and lm  BETWEI N
BURS VRD   PII 1   'Hi'
AND BRIDGE < OMPANY, in
corpoi ui -I '   i Railway i out
pan) by ipecial Ad   I iha I'n
ni a,i Canada,
(hereinaftei   referred to  U
the ' I '.lllp.itli
in iin iim Part
AND
CORPORATION      01     TIP
i itv  ni   NORTH  VAN! 01
VER,
ha i, li .,:i, i referred lo a   ll -
ul the other Pari
WHEREAS tin- Companj has
1,1. n  incorp i ited    Intu  ili i,
'*   1      thl     pUI | I   llllalall.lklll
ll  t T ll. in.H   111  a   l"ltr
nl railwa) brl
nf North Vanconver alao com- of the whole ralcabli real pro
phttd lieii't'i the expiry ol three pert) In the mid City, accord
l,als llulll  the date .( the said   HI)!   to the   last  uti   d ass ss
as-.,iii ..I the Lieutenant Gover menl roll thereof, li *
nor in Council to said By-law and WHEREAS Uu *
IN   WITNESS   WHEREOF ,,,,,,* ,,| _, ,A,Siin   dct-entun
the  parlies  herein  hau*  In-ie debt ol the Corporation (except
unin   laiisul  tlnii   Corporate [or works ol local improveme i
Scale lo in- affixed iln-dav and .md   i<.r   ichool purpeture)   ia
u-ar liisl almie wnlltii **•, )■ >, p.|  and  tints   ii"l   exceed
The Corporate Sml   oi the Iwenty* per cent  nf tlu asaeaaed
Burrard    Inlei    Tunnel    aad v-alui   nl thc real propert) in
Brid e Company was hereunl ihe City, according to lhi   I si
affixed in the piisiini-nl: uu y,I    a  , sineiii    roll,    ol hj lhe .favor and Cit)
The   Corporate Stal .1  tin uhiih ni'iie ol the principal an I and  the Corporate  Seal
Corporation  ol   tlu   tin   ol Intereal li in arreat
North Vancouver wm hereunto N-,,\\ THER 1,FORK tin Ma
nicipal Council ol the Citj   nl
North Vaacoavei enai ts as lol
lulls
(i)  Ii shall ie Imiiil na ih.
Uayor oi lhe iiu   and   the TAKK SOTICE that the a
liii   llnl,   lo   uiiau    ii iis, Ik i vi i' .. nm copj   ,| lhe liro
In   uav "I lun lu in .nv  pel posed    I'- I.m,    upon    which
sun of persons, hod) oi indies ilu* voti *.i ilu Klccton ul the
ilcipaliti .a ih, tui ,*i   N..nh tuipotaiv,  \ii u Ii iialliii' Municipality    ut  the   Cin   ol
Vaiiiuiiver will lie taken within l0 mliamc    L    "'"    "   ,lu' North Vancouver will In taken
tlie Ciiv llall  Sorth Vancou  credit of the delienturei herein within tbi   uti   hall,   North
Vr,     |t   ■ ■'   ',,„     Saiiirdn   tint »unn' '""■   "lv   not ol Vancouver, B I    on Saturday,
the'Thirteenth day of Aagtut! »>""''v  _°{   H"    '     "" the Thirteenth daj of Attgaat,
A I)  I"iii,,n ,l„ ht.ursnl «1'"1''  ll"   ":,n                     "' s   D., IVlo. between the houn
9  n'tluik   am    and   ;   o'clock *•  V____ _____*_*___ ™?.0C,0Ck
p   in
TIK>\i\s SHEPHERD,
A HV I,,\w iit authorise the
Corporation of the Cit) ol
North Vancouver lo raiac bj
n.n iii loan the sum ol fio,
inui.mt [or the puipuse ol t *
lablishing a permanent Fire
Dep.iiimi'iu and [or providing
the same uiih [jre fighting apparatus.
WHEREAS ii is deemed ei
pedient in the intereal oi the
Cit) thai i.t'itii Fire protection
In- prmidiil in promoting, es
lablishing and maintaining a
regular hire Brigade and that
smh brigade be provided a ith
additional and improved firi
lighting apparatus,
AND  WIIKKKAS   iu    ordei
thereto it will be necessary   i *
issue debentures ol the Cor| oi
attiuu nl the Cili ul North Van
couver   for   the   sum   ul    It i
Thousand    ($io,oou on     Di 1
lars   as   hereinafter    provided
uhnh  is the amount  ol thi
ilehi tu in- ii*.,iiul by this  Hi
I,an * the proceeds oi the saiil
debentures to be applied lo
said purpoae and to no nther
AND WHEREAS i petition
aigned  In the owniis ol
ih.in une tenth   i lo   the value
lol real propertj in lhe i itt   i
', shown In   the laat revised  a
Slssllli III      roll       lias   1 cell      pre
scniul iu the Count il :i atiii it
in;; them i" Introduce a !'*>
l.aw to authorise ihem to boi
imi ilu sum ol $io,t uo for ilii
purpoae of assisting lhe 1- n
Brigade in the mannei ab vi
sel I*uih.
AND WHEREAS loi .In i
incut ol interest on thi deben
tuns proposed to be issued un
iht ilns IK l.aw, ,uiai [oi creal
, ing a linking lund lor ibe | a-
Hunt   ui   tin   s.ud   debeuluri
when due, it  will be neceasan
tu raise b) ipecial rate in
dition lo all other rates each
uar  during  the currencj    oi
smli debentures,   the sum   rd
$565.51,  whereol J500.00 is lo
he railed .1111111.111\ lui p.n na nt
ui mien -I during thi currencj
.ai iaid debentures, and (65.51
is in lu- raised annuall) loi tht
purpoae ol creating   1   sinkiu;',
Illlitl    [OT  p.n llli 111   ul   lhe    ilchl
secured liy the said debentures,
mi  Tin* l'.i i.m shall receive the same being madt payablein
lhe assent ol llu  ile tors   il lll(   fjft)      u*.ils     llulll     lllc     dale
s.ml  Corporation in ilu-  man   |lere0| *
NOTit 1   in ELECTORS
cm ciuk and Returning ol
lllll
ITHI.ll    NOTICI-.  1.   Inn'
given '1.1' ih, u.ii n| the Elec
Ims .,i ih. liu ol Nurlh Van
,in.i iu cause an niinii ei a.t dc
benturei tu 11 1 idi   ni 1 ■*• n
indiii';   in vain, in ih,    whole
llu* sinii of Sin each   Ul I.
debenture tn hc 1 1 .1   nm nol
less lh,ni vi ii   1   uii,'
letll    express, ,1    in  pulimli
a in.  and 7 n't link
p. Ill
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
Cin Chrk ami Returning 01
In.l
AND WHEREAS in order tu
I,list*   lhc   saitl   itarh    sum   n(
s,ia, ,1 [01 interest .unl sm. In
luml,   an ei|iial   spu ill rate   uu
iln dollar will In- required lu be
levied un all the ian .1.1. real
propert) iu the saiil tin ;
and WHEREAS ih. whole
rateable real propert) in Uu
s.ud iiti according tu lhe last
reviled  assessment   lull   is >;,
1"" ;
ANI) WHEREAS Uu- aggre-
1 ih, 1 dating iiiiiiiiiiii,
debt   ul   the   corporation   is
■ I Kept Ini winks ul
local Improvement ami foe
school purposes) ul which none
ni iln principal .mil Intereat is
in arrear ;
THEREFORE tin   Muniiipal
Council ul the Corporation id
llu* Cin ul Nuiih Vancouvc
(wilh the asseni of ihe  elactoH
nl iiic Ciiv ul North Vancouver
dulv obtained) enacti as   lol-
luiis :
1. It shall lie lawlul |Hr the
Mavur ul lhe tin ol North
Vlncouvet   and   the Cilv Clerk
[or ilu- purpoie aforeaaid   tu
litirruii rn raiac bj wav ul loan
Inun   anv ini sun ot    perstuis,
PUBLIC  NOTICE is hereb) body 01 bodlei corporate, whi
„l ,|lt. i'„„, : 1,    doiu ol .dvea ihai iiii rati ..i ilh elect   ma) he wWtag to wlvanci the
,*,,,,,   nni,,1M md Inland,  ai uisi.iih,   City of North  Van  Mine upon the credit of the de
couver will he taken nn the llth a  vahaoIf4* " ■■'■   pound co«vef will be taken oa   the
dav ,,   Vugu.ii   miu between aterling;   all mel 13th dav ol Vugust, 1910, he-
the houn ol *, o'clock a 111  and shall bc ilgni ■   Wt tween  he houraol <j oclocka.
; o'clock p.m   on    The Dur  yoi ...id Cit) I I aled n -""l 1 "!«* p.m m.    lh,
1.1..1 Intel  Tu.,.,, I and  Bridge with tha Real ol thi    „,*,., Burrard Inlet Tunnel and Bridge
Compani    Shares    Agreement tion Cotnpany Sharea Parehaae Loan
Purchase Bv-laa   um. '   and    (a) The Mid di hnll Bylaw 1910,' and that.within America at N
,,,,„  be»r dati lhi Fit Vn the Citj   Hall, North Vancou   the credit  ul tin-tin lm   lh
md   . ,, 1,. ui, p,  1 ,  aiiil  Ihal   Thomas purpose above recited and such
benturei hereinaftei  mentioned
ul lhe Corporation,   a   sum   ul
money not  exceeding   in   thi
whnle  tile   slim  nl  J 10,000   1111(1
lu talist- lhe same lu he placed
iii the Bank nf British Nnrth
rth Vancouver t"
thai   within   tin
North  Vaaeoiivri
I'm
n i
lllll   l'llst,    I ll".     'ii"
si   ,,„.,,   has payable  th.   Fit \„   Shepherd   hai  been  appointed monies shall be used lorthal
heen appointed Returning on   gnat, i960, at tht |i.„   ... r„„  Returning Oflicei  to take the purpoae oaly.
2. Debenturei nf the City not
exceeding In amount ilu- sum ul
Ten Thouiand (Jio,ooo) Dollars mav be issued liy lhe said
Mayoi ami Ciii 1 hii in levins
n| lhe Muniiipal Clauses Act,
in sums as mav lie desired, imt
imt les than One Thousand
aSl,unin Dullars e,u h. Kacluuf
ilu- saitl debentures shall be
-eai In ih,* s,,i,| Mavur and
liii link, ami the Cilv Clerk
sli,ill alhx lhe Corporate Seal
ol ihe -aiid l in 1.1 Nurlh Win
couver,
j. The debenturei shall In* u
dale iln* Fifteenth thn 1,1 /Vu
ii I, i"ii', ami shall bear ill
I, lisi    at   the late   ul five     pel
cenl pii annum payable hall
i,,11 h on the Fifteenth da] ol
1*. 1.1 ii.in and ihe Fifteenth da)
ul Aii; usi 111 each and even
n.n during the current j ol the
said ik In mures or any ul thelll.
Time shall be attached to the
debentures couponi ligned b)
lhe Uayor onl) tor e.uh and
iiiii payment ol Interujl thai
mat become due, and suih rig-
nature hmi in either mitten,
siampul, printed or lithographed,
|. Tin- saiil debenturei as to
principal and illtcitsl mai he
made paialilt" at the 'ikin1; oi
British North Amcricn at
North Vancouver, Toronto ur
Montreal, Canad 1, *tr i.l ihe
-..ml Rank iu ihe Citv nl Kmi
don, Kngland, at par id ex
change, ..ml the said principal
sum shall In- made ] ay il It l*i
the   Cili    il ., tl.t".-.    '"I   hilt
lhan nin years Irom the date
ai'.all   which   the By-La**,   takes
s. During ihe whole term ul
ilu* currencj oi the -aid deben
lures a special rate on ilu- dol
lar   sh.ill  he levied  atul   raise!
each n.n in addition in a'
a,ilm rata 'ii all the rateabli
n tl  propert) In thc tin   .1
snlhtirlil    In   pai    the   inleiisi
upnii   ihe ■ -'d debenturei mul
eate a linllag (uml tor He
paj imnl "i ilu- principal ihen
un win 11 due, lubjeel in any act
ni   an a,im.ni   respecting   the
sann*      Smh spu ;.t' rate   shall
lu- in*-* 1'nl  iu  iln   collector'i
mil ,,i  i *|ls and -hall be   p.n
alile 1.. ,;iil  collected  by  the
.aid v.. pui.,iiuii in ilm   mine
wai as other tan-- in lhi' *aitl
lull   ul  rolls,  sale as herein.il
ur provided,
' in order i" provide i"t
iln* rates * 1 onl in paragraph
jeel as aforesaid
there shall In railed annuallj
In special rate during the cur
rem 1 u[ tin aid debenturei tin
sum  oi J in piuiuh*   in
ilu payment ul Interest thereon
,unl lhc sunt nl (63.51 In prn
viile (or tin repayment "I the
principal thereof,
7 Th, proceeds u. ihe said
debentures shall In- applied as
I,'linns, ami in,1 ,,ih,mis,
1    lu payment of the  coal
ul iln   passing ol ihis IU- l.aw
and  lhe issiu   and    ale   ul   the
delientures therein referred tu
and .ill expense! connected with
the said loan :
a iii in recouping ilu said
Corporation lur smli sums a
have been expended hereunder
until iln- proceedi oi lhe sale
ul the saitl debenturei hcmmis
available,
ni  Tn carry oul ilu purpoae
uf   this   Hi l.aw  as al ove   M
.mt :
B   aii 1 in . arising nut ul
ilu- annual  speiial  raw   hereinbefore   provided  l"i   liiikiti
iniul shall in* Invented in  lha
,,,1111,il   ui   -..ml   corporation
Imlil lime In time as the law
iliictts
"i,  Nu rebate shall lu- alio*
ed nn iln spu ml ratei 1 1 In- lentil umler this Hi Law
In.   This   Hi l.aw   shall   taki
effect mi ih. Full' ath daj 11
August, A. I)  iui"
It.   This lii l.aw  nia,  'a- iii
ed   Inr all   purpnsi s   as    "Tht
Cin nf Ninth Vancouver   Fin
liu, .nl,   Establishment Hi-Caw
1910."
paaaed in the Council on thc
Kirst    Dai   ul   AugtUt,     i'lln
Received the asseni ul the
Blecton ol tin City ul North
Vancoaver al 'in elect imi   for
lhe purpusc mi the
d.n   il
A.D. I'M".
Reconsidered  in the Council,
ami iiii,illi adopted, ligned in
the Maun and Citi Clerk ami
scaled with the Cnrpuiati Seal
nil tllc dav
nf A.D.   I'll-..
NOTICI-; To ELECT0R8
TAKI''. NOTICI-', that lhe a
bow is .1 iim t"p'' "I 'le pt"
posed Hi I,aw iipuii uhiih tl"
mie ..I ilu Blecton nl the Mil HIE EXPRESS, NORTII WXCOUVER, B. C
SEVEN
nicipalitj ul tlie CitJ o( Norlli
Vancouver will be taken within
Un-  City Hull, Nmili Vancou
ver, B, C.,  on  Saturday,  thi
Thirteenth dav oi August,   A
1)., it)in, between the houn ol
4 o'clock a.in. iiiid ; o'clock |>
111.
Thomas SHEPHERD,
Citv Cli rk and Returning Of-
liter.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby
given iimi the vute of the Elector! ol iln- City ol Xortli Van
couver will be taken on Saturday, the Thirteenth Dny ol Kt
gnat, A. 1), mm, between the
bonis ol t| o'clock n in* end ~
o'clock p.in. on "Tin- fire lbi-
gade Establishment By Law
nno," and that within tin
Citj ll.ill, Nmili Vanconver,
B, C, ami th.it Thiiin.is Shep
In-ill has been appointed Rl
turning Officer to tnke the vote
ol Mich Electon with the una]
powen in ihai behalf.
Hv order id the louncil,
Win. II   .MAY,
Mayor.
Thomas SHEPHERD,
Citv Clerk.
HV LAW   NO, III
A HV LAW it, enable tin Cor-
poratioa ol tin- Ciiv of North
Vanconver  to raise  in   waj
ol l.iian    lhe   Mini   nl M'i,tKin
[or School Purpoeee.
WHEREAS   iln   Board   ol
Tnisiees ni North   Vancouver
Citv School Diatrict hau-   prepared .in estimate ol addition
al iiii'im required to meet In-
created extraordinary  expenditure  in connection  with   the
siliool buildin-; lo be creeled on
Hlock 106, I). I,* 515, us follows, vi/. :
Kslllnalcil inst nl ttell Khool
North Lonsdale, $33,000.00.
Ann iimi allow etl in original
cellmate lot same, $li,ooo aa
Sum required in complete the
buildin-;, $10,000.00,
AND, WIIKKKAS tin s.ml ts
iiui.itI- was laid before tht mu
iiittp.il I'.iin.il oi llu s.ml Cm
ol Nortli Vancouver, ami was
dulv  considered   in   the   saitl
mum ll and lhe said slllll aluive
mentioned  was finallj rejected
and   dis,ippi,,ud   Lv   llu    said
Council mi tin- :Mh daj ol .lulv
mm ;
WD WHEREAS tin- Mayoi
ol (be cilv has siine the h ■ a
tion aiid disapproval oi the
saul estimate to wit mi the
l nh d.n of .lulv, min, received
from tin- sctiftari nl lhe --.n '
Board ol Scho I Tm tea i
written request that the suid
Mayor moult for iln- as
siin iii tin- Blecton in the
iiiaiiuiT prescribed In Sciiinii
U ol the ".Muniiipal Clauses
Aci" a Hv Law authorizing the
propositi expenditure .mil ii ne
itss,m the raising ol ibe monies required to defray tin -ani'
upon  tin- credit nl ihe Munici
pallitl.
AND WHEREAS ii is iitn-
Mrj    thai   lhe  said  inolliv     lie
raised upon tht cndil of the
Munieipalit]
AM) WHEREAS tin Council
has authorized ihe luhmiiaion
ol this By-Law i" the electors,
AND WHEREAS tm the paj
Hunt  ol interest  oil  lllc   delicti
lures proposed to be issued  under ibis Hi Lan   ami (or ni.it
in-* a sinkiu-; lund (or lhe p.n
ineiii of iln- saitl   debenture!
when   due,  it will In   iicussalv
to raise liv  spu ial  lale in   ,ul
dition   to  all   olher   rales cull
tear    during   the   currency    ol
smh    debentures,    the   sum   of
- .   hi, whereof $500 is to in*
raised ,1111111.ilh ini the pavuienl
of interest duriti-; tin- nu
leliiv   of   said   ilebelil litis,   and
163.51 >s '" ',c -'aiscd annuallj
for lhe purpose of 1 retting a
*inklng fund for p.iiim ni 1
debt secured In the saul del t'i
lures, Ibe same being :: idl
pn aide in fifty yean from iln
dale hereof ;
AND WHEREAS in ordei in
raise th, said vearlv slllll ol
S365.51 (or interest and sinkiu-;
fund, all equal special rale   on
the dollar will be required to be
levied nil all llie rateable leal
pTlipei It   ill  lhe said 1 ill  ;
AND WHEREAS iln- whnl,
rati*'i*l' n*il propni\ in the
said iiti according to tin   1.1 1
revised assessment roll is $-,-
015,524.00 ;
AND WHEREAS ilu- ifgre
gate "I the existing debenture
debt    ol   tin-  corporation   is
v, i-i. |o| (excepl lor worki of
local    improvement   and   for
sclmol purpose!) ul which num'
ol the principal ami Interest is
in arrear :
THEREFORE lhe Municipal
Council of tin* Corporation  of
the Citv nl Ninth Vancouver
1 unh tin- assent oi the elector!
of tbe City of Norlh \'ancouver tlulv obtained) enacts as
lollows :
1. lt sliall be law inl [or   the
Mayor ol tin- City of North
Vanconver and lhe Cily  Clerk,
lol    llie   purpose   aloresaid    to
borrow or raise in waj ol loaa
[rom any person or persons,
body or bodies corporate, whu
mav be willing to adiance the
same upon the credit ol lhe de
benturei hereinafter mentioned
•il the corporation, a sum of
money  not exceeding   in   the
whole lhe sum of Sin,000 and
In CattM the same to hi' pl.uetl
iu the Bank ol British North
America al North Vancouver,
to the credit ol the city (or the
puipuse above recited, and siuh
monies shall be used for lhat
purpose only.
2. Debentnrei of the city not
exceeding in amount the sum ol
Ten Thousand (}l0,ooo) Dullars may be issued by lhe   said
Mayor .nnl City Clerk in termi
ol the Muniiipal Clauses Ail
iii sums as mav In- desired, but
imi  less  than Om-   Thousand
*.     .11 Dullars tilth.    Kach ol
ilu- saitl debenture! shall   be
ligned by lhe said Mavor and
Cily Clerk, ami lhc Ciiv   Clerk
shall affix ihe Corporate Seal
o( iln- saitl Cily iif North Van
couver,
j, The debenturei shall heal
date ihe Fifteenth Day of At
gtHt, lilin, aud shall bear in
li-rcsl   at   the   rale oi live   pet
cent, per annum payable half
11,11 h un iln- Fifteenth Day ol
lo inu,111 and Uu- Fifteenth day
ol August iu ciith and even
n.n during the currency ol the
saitl debenturei or any ol them
There shall be attached to tin
debenture! couponi ligned by
the Mayor only fur each and
tun pai meill of illlt 11 If that
mav ben line due, antl such sij;
niinii m.n in* either written,
stauipul, printed or lithograph
ed
|.    The said ili lulll lilts as   In
principal ami Interest  mai Lc
made payable at the  Hank ol
Hritish    Nurth    America at
North  Vancouver, Toronto "i
Montreal, Canada, or at the
sai.l Bank in tin* Ciiv ol I.mi
tiun. Eng , at I'.ii "I exchange
ami    lln-    saiil   principal    sum
shall  lie   made pal aide bv    tllc
Cin at .1 dati not later than
lilli tears (loin the tlatc upon
which ihis Hi  Law   takes 1 llci'i.
5, During the whole term ol
tin- iiiiT'cuit ol the s.iid debenture! .1 ipecial rale nil lhe dol
lar shall in- levied aad railed
each M.n in addition in all
other ratei mi all the rateabli
real   properlv ill the iiti    and
siiihiietu to pav tin Intereit
upon tin* said debenture! and to
1 Male a linking Illlitl Ior (Inpayment of the principal linn-
ul when due,  lUbjed  to aliv .111
ui   enactment  reipecting   the
same. Sllth speiial rate shall
be inserted ill the tollcclor's
mil or rolls and shall be pai
aide lu ami Collet led In lhe
-^.1 i<) Corporation ill the lame
ttai as nlht 1 rales ill thc saitl
lull or lulls, s.ne as hereinafter provided,
h.   III   order   lu   provide   (or
the   rates set uill 111 paragraph
md   subject   as   afore-.n
there shall In- raised amenity
in ipeclal 1,itt during the tin
n in 1 ul the said ilcliclltlircs the
siiiii of S500 lo provide (or the
payment ul Intereal thereon ami
the   sum   oi $11551  to   provide
for tin   iipavinelil ol the   prill
, Ipal thereol.
7.    Tllc  pint ceils   of the   said
ihliimures shall be applied as
lollowi, and noi otherwiie 1
(1' in payment of the tost
ni  ilu* pairing ol this By La*
and   the   issue   and salt  ol   the
debenture! therein referred  to
aid all expenses connected with
the saul lu.111
do in recouping ihe said
Corporation lot iuch sums as
have been expended hereunder
until the procetdl nl the sale
of the said debentures let*aims
at.ill.ible.
To cam uul the purpose
of lliis Hi Law as above Kl
out.
s.   All iiiuiiiis   arising  mil
of lln* annual ipecial rale here
inliiluir provided lm sinkm;
luml   shall   In  iliu-*Inl   In    lln*
,aaiiii,ii    ui   s.i 1 il   corporation
liom time to time as lhe law
ilii 1 els.
4. No rebate sliall be allow
etl on the sp.'tial rates to In
levied under this Hy Law .
10. This By Law sliall take
ellect ou lhe Fifteenth Day ol
Auguat, A.l). 1410.
11. This lly-l.aw mav be cit
etl   for  all   purposes  as   "The
Citv    of    North     Vancouver
Schools Extraordinary Expen
ditllie Loan liy-l.aw No. 2,
miu."
[j, l'assed by the Council on
the Firit day of AttgMt, A. I)
i'lio.
Received   the   assent   of    tin
elector! "I  ihe dtj of  North
Vancouver    al all election    loi
the purpose oil tlic
llall      III
KiauiisidclTil bv the Council
A, I). 1910.
antl linallv adopted, signed In
the .Mayor and Cilv Clerk and
scaled willi the Corporate bed
on the day ul
A.D. mm.
EDITOI DEPARTS
Mr, Wm. .1. Han lav, edit
"i aal the Smiris (Man 1 Plain
dealer, h-it lor his prairie home
nn Wednesday last accompanied bj his sou wlm has enjoyed
ilie sttnii attraction! ol the
l'attiiii 10,ist equallj as well as
ins lather, During their itaj
li'it .is gneati ol Mr. ami Mis
Hutchiioa ol Keith Road Mr.
Barclay has enjoyed one tun
tinual round oi pleasure and is
j enhanced wiih the attractive
it*1 tm is of illis city and disum, commercially and scenic.
Hi-- shaiii visit tii Victoria was
,1 pleasant diversion but ii <■»-
ly 1 nn iul a greater admiration
ior lhc North Shore tin which
he wai prune to leave •" toon,
Hi-* «iu's health and 'iis nwa
business were cunsidcratiuns
which ttiiiltl not be [oreborttc
and with many pleasant mem*
iilics ol  lile west  he w.ts lull cil
to turn his late to the middle
wast   in home anil business.
vx,Miirii«uriiiiiHiuiiiiuifi»ii*rVHHtHii^
1   '
CUT GLASS
5:
•
NOTICE To ELECTORS
TAKE NOTICE that the a*
bove is a true copv ol tin  pro
posctl By-Law apoa which tin
vote ul the Elector! of the Me
nicipality of the City of North
Vancouver will be taken within
tin- City llall, Nortli Vancouver, B, C. on Saturdav, the
Thirteenth day of August, A.l).
mio,  between  the hours of  u.
o'clock a.in. and 7 o'clock p-ill.
Thomas SHEPHERD,
City Clerk and Returning Of-
lucr.
PUBLIC  NOTICI'   is hereby
given lhat the vute of the electors of the Ciiv u( North Van
COUVer will be laken on Saturday lhe Thirteenth dav ol August, A.D. mm, between the
hours of i) o'clock a.m. and J
o'clock p.m. on "The Schools
Extraordinary Expenditure
Loan By-Law No. :, mm," and
lhat    within   lhe   Citv    Hall,
North Vancouver, B, C, ami
thai Thomas Shepherd h.is Imu
.ippointed Returning Officer to
take   the   vole ol smh electon
with lhe usual powers in   thai
behall.
Bj order of the council,
Wm. II. MAV,
Majror,
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
Cilv Clerk.
I.AHOk UNIONS TO MI
Memberi ol labor unions
throughout the .province will be
particularly Intereittd in Uu
announcement  that  tin- unions
ol Vancouver arc to celebrate
their Labor Dav on the exhibition groanda mi Saturday, An
gust  10,   wiib an appropriate
ami elaborate program ol
spoils. Olher speiial icalurcs
[or the occasion will lie provid
ed bv the Vaiiiuiiver Exhibition
Assm ial it ui
KICII <)KK DEPOSITS ON
SHEEP CREEK
So rich'is the ore iu lhe Sheep
Creek mining camp thai it is
tl,limed   that   during   the   past
eighteen monthi more gold bul
liotl   has   been produced     lhan
am othei Iree gold mining dis
tricl iu Canada
MINING GYPSUM
About     live    miles    casl     ul
spiiiii '* Bridge twentj men are
working al a gypsum mini    ,\
lei   milts cast ol this mine   a
dcpusit nl blucstonc has recent
It imu located,
A N'KW DISH
line is nmething way in ihe
potato line. Slice- cold' lulled
potatoes rather thick and
lengthwise. Put them between
lhe wires of a broiler ami cook
mer a hot lire until light
lii'ittn mi each siiie.    Sprinkle
with pepper and sail ami add .,
lillle butter, When con ;et
them done call them "Hr tiled
Potatoes."
MINK PURCHASE
The (anions old Highland
mine at AitoWolth, whiti; *<l
one lime was lhe largest shipper in Canada, having shipped
in one vear one-third "f the
lead produced in the Dominion,
■ nul whiih was cloied lasl JM
uary, h.is been acquired lit thi
Kootenay   Silver  Lead     Mm'
Ltd., a new company insi in
corporated, wiih ,1 capital
■•(mk ol iwo million! in l'ad
inn capitalist! oi   Vancouver
and Spokane.
TO REDUCE COST OK
LIVING
To strike a llow at the high
cost of living am! at mitl-
(lli'imn's profits, tu get Ior lllc
tanner a fair price for his pru
ilm is ami for ihe consumer a
reasonable price mi what lc
must bin, iln- Washington
State Grange and iln- Central
Labor   Council have had li-pu-
tentative! In conference in Scu
tie for llie lasl week. The result will probably be the establishment of a great string ol
co-operative stoics all over llie
stale, beginning with slim a
store in Seattle, anil at wnih
lhe larincrs will market llieir
produce, and where tanner  and
workingtnaa alike cm    make
purchase! at   prices far    below
what merchandise is now retailing at.
This   scheme,   involving   a
{250,000 slock aiid entailing the
establishment tii s't'iiis all over
lhe slale as lasl as they can
be installed, mutes at the same
lime thai the hotel men and
oilicrs iii Seattle arc Utterly
lighting ihe •.oiiiinissiuii trust,
as ihe commission merchant!
along Western Avenue ale   I .ol
ed. For youi tin) hau haa
tiled all o( the Iruil, vegetables
ami dairy product! in Seattle
and have been cloaelj allied
wiih ilu- meal dealen, The re
suit has imu higher puns on
1.11111 piiidmts in Seattle than
anywhere else in the northwest
while lhe larincrs were "tUini,
less (or slull shipped lu Scat i'llll,ill [or whai miu elsewhere.
Tin commission trust took the
difference and waxed (at mi ils
profits. An iiimi is mm th '.m,
made to proaecure the Seattle
Produce  Anociation, which  is
lln    a, , ailed "trust," lhe hotel
men being behind the plan.
The holel   men would doubtless   be   »lail   lo   patronise   lllc
proposed Grange Union Company, with its big co-operative
plan, and wiih every Iactor,
iiniii producer and consumer,
enthusiastic,  it is  Likely   ihat
this   state   will,    within  a  lew
weeks see llu- greaeest co open
live scheme iu lhc countrj
started.
Beautifu   I        ire ilv  * - itirti ii" . ilwajn
[iibionable, a 1 >-.: 1 ■, ■*. ippn 1 iati d.
A I- ■';-! lli.it 11. t. 1 I,. I ii p llli Ill 'I 1*'. lm.'
ri 1 i, . >S iui li ,ts you -n'i imd 111 "in ' ryital
room    11.1 ' '*■ nn 1 ioi iii'atms
,,! I [bi, ili,,1 .l.m Iron ile  :' 1    1.1 "in window '"el
in 1, .1 ihow ihiiih.   Tliia ri liim u ii 1 lure indici
: ;>■ rlei lion, it ti Hi ol ! 11>. irue, reguUi cut.
liog ind 1 iwli 11 neu.
In ill , nei nt this ti in- wi itrivi t'i ob tin tin-
beil [01 um patroni, ile i* Ion , a hi 11 you lun
ai •■ HlliKs" um ino 1. 1 1 nin 'I you have the
lusi iiunui.iitun il
Wi ire ihowiag ■ •■!* 1 i, aai ih« moil mmivi, 11
quiiiiel) cut tttat ind baud electri I unpi
, in brought iiim \ ini ouvi r,
HENRY BIRKS & SONS, LTD.
1 Mn 1 Nl, 11 liinti md jewelleri
imu. K. Trudy,
Msoi|in| Director
Hastings & Granville Sis
Mmmwmmvmmfmww.
We Are Prepared to Consider the
Purchasing of Agreements of Sale.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
ll l.nii-il;;!r Avenue
Phones   1 •;;•■■■ ill      ll'iiisc 22      l'*t» Boi 50
JUST OPENED
CLAVERIE \  ARCAND have just opened on Firat
Street, East, an up-to-date
GROCERY STORE
where lhe public will be sure to find a good and fresh assortment o( Groceries and Provisions, Fruits and Vegetables in
season. <J Mr. Arcand was with F. Filion o( Vancouver
for the last eight years.
CLAVERIE cV ARCAND
WOMEN'S BEAUTY
It Cm Never Bc Perfect  Witl
mil Luxuriant n.m
LOOK AT THIS
Hall  block   from
Lonidlle Avenue,
Subdivision o! Lot 6, Block 18, DUtrid Lot 549.   Than lots
in IJX148W It. 1*' .1 Inn' .ni'i .in- being wld us lollowi i
Facing on 17th Street   •   •   •   $850.00
Facing on 18th Street   -   -   -   $800.00
iih, biliace 6, 12. 18 ud 14 monthi
LINDSAY & CREELMAN
Heal Kst.iie .m.l Ininrance Brohi is,
120 Second Street East.
A lu.nl ol luxuriant hail ii
sure to in* attractive Bin aa
line h.is imi crowned evei 1 wo
ineti wiib glorious hair, Some
un lovcibic women slu hai
treated rather icantil) In this
respect.
1'iir   lllsl.illte,    thin* ,ilr   letis
ol thousand! ol women in Cal
ada today who have harsh, lad
etl and lusterless hair,   who .1*
unattractive    simpli    becai
thev   do llol  knim    that  BOW!
thus even' lhe iihiins ol  nattm
can In- overruled In ile   jeuiu
ol science.
If imi an .1 in iin.in without
beautiful  hair,  do uol   p
torn   attraction! to be hidden
because  ol  this slight ml ni
lune.
Oo    lotlav   In 'I'he   l.a'iis.l* 1
Pharmacy ami inu .1 1 ■■■■■<■ boi
ih   of   Parisian Sage  I
tellts,       Use      jt       |*,|,h      111     ** 'll'l
you  will notice the hai       ;i
puliivi imir diaappeai
its place will tonie loll
bright and luxuriant It iii
Parisian Sage is   n
b\ Tin Lonsdale Plmi
cure dandruff, itt hm
icalp, anil slop 1,iiim
tWO  weeks, m  inoliii   I).
DURING JULY
zVil WIU.OHER;
BARGAINS
And You can make a btj saving by taking advantage
ol the LOW PRICES.     Here are a few of ihem.
10 oal] IRON BEDSTEADS in list! 416, 3x6, ind    d>0 Qt
_, ft iiunii (4 ij. j..   1   * $L.no
1. uuh DRESSERS with Britiih B< ell d llimn      $Q HA
joxi4, in Early Bug, Piniili worth |i 1   |uly I'm-     yJ-U"
DRESSERS Golden Finish with 14x14 mirroi   *o aa
worth In 50,   Julyl'iiti-     • -PO.VU
FOLDING BOOKCASES worth If jo   July Prio   $2.65
Gp CARTS fj Values.  Jul*, l'i:*.   $3.50, $3.75
THE N. V. HOME FURNISHERS
128   Lonidale  Avenue THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, 11 C
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ONTKNI'Kl)
I SIOMKKS
AKKV .
ONVICTION
c
0URTE0U8
IVIUTY
ONgUKKS
ONTRAK1NKSS
l-'or  onion   ud potato setts  also flower   seeds   of
best i|U,iliti.
HALL'S GROCERY
PHONE MU
Cor. St. George's & 8th Street
N. VANCOUVER
ALEXANDER V. RBILLY
I eat her o(
Artistic Pianoforte Playing
North Vancouver,   Saturdays
Studio Address, 9119 Davie St. Phone E.5732.
ARE YOL GOING TO BUI D ?
Come to di for tlic money .inn repay il
to IttU yourself
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOTS FOR SALE
JOHN   ALEXANDER & CO.
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
ui Lonsdale Avenue
M > lern roetho li ol i inatnii lioa combining
Artistn decorativt leaturee with Ion
(Jesuit in COXy hoilli  lilfi  ii li ll 111' I
That maki lhi   tandard oi quality
In ilu* houie ili*it im build.
hi niinii*; is onittt tl    Our plaai
Qlimv everything neceuarj I r the completion
Af tbt itt' . tliat mi Imild.
hla'.ir nl thi ible' gtrat, and
THE
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ibon their ippn * iation bj adviaing tht intending lionie
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CONTRACTOR
Home Block, Lonsdale Ave.       Phone 173      P. 0. Box 72
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PASTRY
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The Port of
Missing
Men
HV   MEREDITH NICHOLSON
Aiithtir oi "The Utilise oi a
'rillllls.lllil   l'.illilll-.s."
Continued from lasl inane)
cldentaliy, ti tin   1, ini   .*** iiwajn
bUylng     tl;|!i*|l.-a     '   .*        ||l<   *,ai*.        N'.IIV.
'ilii'i*,* dm- thai li<    * n*r
"I'iii  al'i-ai.i  il   1 llll ■:   ll »'    for  m.i
theory   I'll I,,ni, 1 im up iiiieii 1 |et
iii'iiu'.   \i,,ni.in 1  i* ni ai b 1 hldlni
place anj mora 1 nl II wai odd Ihr
tint   lie acted alioul old  BtroobeTi
death      Vnn  tit,n'i   Ittppoae   lie   I   ttt
lilin. tin .lim'*-" ,
"It's |iaissiiii,, poor Count vnn strne
iiei: Maui hearta are lighter nnu thai
lie's tlniii' fnr."
"Yes, ami there will Ik' s.iiuetlilns
doing in Austria inm llial lie's mil ,,f
ilm way."
1'iiiir dais paaaed, In wbhIt iliey la
tnieii thttnttlvei 1*1 iin'ir ymiii"- broth
et The papera icere Oiled ttiili ne-
counts of cniini inn sii-i'i'i»'i's death
id 1 ipecnlatloui ns to iis iiiv,*i on the
finiire nf Aoetrli and tha pence of Be
i-n|n". 'I'lie Clalbornea snw mailing of
Armitagt.   Dick liked for li I tti In lln-
limi'l and feond Ihal he had gene, imt
ti'inlil ri'liirn In a few days.
11 uas „n it,,, morning nf the fourth
ilay that Armltage appealed suddenly
ail   Ilia  lml,'I  as   nii'l;  ami  his  sister
waited fnr a carrliga to earn ""'"''"
their train tie had leal retnrntd, and
iliey nu't 1 iy tin- narrowi ial inerfln, lie
walked with them te the deer et the
Monte it"-1
"We are running for tlie King Id
ward ninl hope fur a ilay In London
In-fore ne sail. Perhaps Wl shall see
you one of thaea dais in America,"
*;ilal CHalbORM, wttfe HBN nuilleo. It
must Is' innfi's-i'il, fair Ills sister's lien*
elit.
"Tlmt Is possible. I nm very fnntl
of Washington." responded ArinilIge
carelessly.
"Of MUM yon nlli look us up," per-
ritfed l'lek. "I shnll lie nt I'nrt Myer
for niihlle, nml It will always ho a
plensuro"-
Clalborne liinietl fnr I last mini
with the portei about their baggage,
innl Armltage m,kh1 talking le Shirley,
who had adfeedj ontand tho ceniaaa
"Oh, Is there any nous ,,1 c.uiiit vou
Slnn'lii'l's assas-in'.-" sin' asked, noting
iiic aanpapof thai Anniiago held in
ins hand.
"Nothing.    U's a  very  mysterious
ami puzzling affair."
"It's horrible to think m li a thing
v. He was a Wonderful old man
Hut very likely Ihey will liml ihe innr*
ilcror."
"Ves; iniilmililislli."
"The mm i"'iin* nil' Mm Boropa
In  pursuit of the assassin,"  "he at
Meed, *
"Yes," replied Armltagi gran ij
"The truth will be knowt before we
sail, no iloilht," Mil ial Shirlci. " llu- as
saasln mat In* here In Qanen lit ihi*
time."
"That Is unite Iik. l.i." Mid •It'lm tt
milage,  wilh  iiiilari.keii  gr.nity.     "In
fuel, I lather upad Mm haia or I
shoiiiii I.' leartni todaj tnyielf."
lie hewed and tnada waj for the tin
pniieiit ciaitinrn,', win, pee in* hand
In Annua-'!' Iiasllly ami .|inn|.,*,| InM
ihe eerrtaje
"Vniir li it i In II ut ulass tlriiininer
lias nearly ean-isl u- to Dial mir train
Thank tlic I.onl, ite'ie -,-,*n llie laq nf
lhat fi'llnw:"
Shirley saiil nothing; imt gaaed onl
nf the iviniltitt nii'l a wondering look
In her cics. Ami mi lhe way I" I I
I ! she Ihtiunht  nfleii of Aiinil.i*.-**'s
i.i-t aroNta,  "i rather aapeel blm ben
nr   I   ibOUld   I"'   lent iBg   Imllt    "
iiii.
sin- waa ii"i sure whether, If n bad
imt been for thaea mmis, aha would
have IboUgbl "I hliu niMlll III llll     Silt*
i,'men.i i iiim aa ic ,-t i franx-tl in
lha can.   ■ door his grartt7, his One
■a   lae   |gf|   Of   gTMl
phyakal in ngib aad of Maaarcea al
character and courage
Ami v,, sim a i i lall.nriieleft (e neia
not knowing the eurtom web thai fata
bad wm, n for inr nor how Omm lael
imrals spa,I.a ii |,i  Armilaze tt lln- ear
door wi 1** to iiui, imr in atraagv
aiivciitiii'is an ui* tm ihreaheM nf her
American homo.
iChapterlvl
. kutliomilr lllu"r.i
lltllaall l*f IHI "rlt-l.i i
III now.tlr.vlpna.
■   1 ■!
■ 1,1 ll.
ill DBW.«"-av'"*'i*
«!!ifcr'l«.w
.Inns*   lllllll .01   i l
]iik man whom John Ar-
railage up* ted antral
at the linii i Monte Roaa
n   fell'   limn,   iiliei   Ibe
■ i ' departure
While hi< walled Mr.
VrmltOgC riii|'l".ti*'l liis li  In ailtan
ile carefull| icrutlnlaed  hia
:i"In-, and aflcr a i I ellml-
n h,,,!, ni -.iiii-iiiiiiinn ha pan ked Ins
uini,*nt Iii tun 11miks 1111,1 wai read*.
i*, |oare Ibe Inn al ten minutea'
Iietween Iralna, when nol engaged In
watching lhe Incoming (tan len, he
■meted t pipe erer rarloe
papoN and leltera, and tbeaa be i ur I
„ i||| ,*,l||-ia|elallile a alle      \|l   Ilia    |'|,*n* !|
md i;,'-*i an nea ipaper icconnta of
iin- murder of C i ron Bin *
u-i,i carefully, and eri n partlcu-
|:|,'I,V lie sl'lililll till' i <a1lrlllla.lt 1,1' lllT.lllS
In Vienna conscqiicn! iipnn the great
slalcsinan-s ilcath. Secret egenta frmu
Vienna ninl tlelccllvcs from Parti hail
vlsilcil (leiieva In (hair slnily of Ihls
Mtoundlng erliiie.nn-l hail niailc nnnh
fuss and  nskcil  many ipieslinns,  hut
Mr. .Toini /tnnttage paid no head to
them,   lie Innl bald the last ( versa
Hon of length that any ont hail eii
Jnyt'il   witii   Count   Ferdinand   ron
Sli'iielrcl, imt the fact of this Interview
was known to HO one unless In one nr
two hotel servants, ami Ihose held a
very high opinion of Mr. Irmlttga'i
character, baaed on his genenaltjf In
the matter of gold coin, tnd there conld
of ooiii-se bt lm piissihle relationship he-
I'.veen sat ihocklng ■ tragad] and a
eh-iiie> ii('i|iiainlance Itottvccii lun tr.u
'-lei's. Mr. Armltage kntw nothing that
he eiel in Imparl ta deteotlTea and I
*   '   '  il Unl ha hail no liilciillon of
a I'l any one.  He iioctimiilnleil
n  icinarkalilt' assortment of time ta
lilcs nml ailvcrllscinents nf Iransallan
lie sallliit;s ncilnsl  suililcn  neeil nml
even engaged paaaaga an Ihnt sieam*
ers Hlltag from KiiRllsh and I'reittii
ports wil Iiiii tht neck.
lie exported thai tha peraoa for
Wham he walled wuuld gD dircel tn
Hie Hotel Monte llosa for the Itatta
Ihal slilrley Claiborne had been there,
and Armltage was iiiii mistaken
When   Ihls   peraon   learned   Ihal   the
Clalbornta had left hi whoM donbb
less   hurry  after  theni.    This   Is  tlie
enniiusiiiii that was retchtd bj Mr.
Armltage, who at times was sliipriilairlv
bnppj iu Ills s|„'i ulalliins as In Hie
menial prOCMM tf other people
Snniflinies, liiitvivei-, he made nils
lakes, as it ill appear.
The gentleman fnr whom John Annl-
bad li'i'ii Watting arrived almie
and  uas  reiclveil as a dlattegnkhtd
guiol hy tht landlord.
M. ('haiivcucl hundred for Ids friends
the Clalbornta and was clearly annul
cd In liml Ihal 1 hey had gOM, and lm
■ooner had tins Intelligence been eon
rejrtd lo lilin than he I"", slnalieil time
tablai ainl I'nnstiiicii ttttmer tdrer
Mscincnis.  John Amltaga iu rarlona
tlli'i ris'l   nays   tm   nl  ervant   Of   M
Cbnurentfi nctiviilcs, and booking! tl
sti'alln-Jlip     ullices     illlcrcsleil    llllll    Saa
greatl; thai ha r read pi  igt on
inn addttlonal etea rs and trdered
lhc straps buckled ahnut his truiiks.
for It bud occurred to hint thai be
ml'.-iii iind ii necatatl) te loartQeneTt
In a hurry.
II was imt likely that M. Cliauvcnel,
being not under his eyes, it*,,n|,I ,
Iiiiii, ami Jnhn Armltage, making a
leisurely dinner, learned from Ml
nailer that M. ('Iiauvcticl. being WOW
from his irateta, uas dining alone la
liis   laualllS
At   al.alll   I Ii'l 'na k.   IIS    Mill i 1,1 '.V   |lll*ll
cd ilic panes of Figaro iii ihe ii
room, I'hniicnct ippeired al Ibe door
si'riniiii/.,'*! ihe group within tnd ptaaed
mi. Armilage bed i arrled bb i oat, bal
■nd stick Into I'm nnoklng mom, '■■ I
ready   fnr   ponlble  ciiici'sciiclcs,   anal
ivhen rlianvi'iiet stepped ,',il ll
slreel lu> followed,
II was nniisiially cold tot llic
ntnl n line drizzle lilled Ihe air.   t'li.iu
Tenet ttrnrk "ti
I    att.it
fnun   tht   ill I
tuned hi'1 iin
Boultrtrd   Del
ICllipie,  lllell' >
inlo tlic Bet >
vard  Froliaart
llllll its ,,.1*111
of pelislmi- lie
Walked rapidly
until he retched
_s~*f__^       n house thai u.is
vS'-'V*>^2     dlatlngulahed
frnin   lis   iiuu.c
diaiie tetgbbon
only hi Its un
llnhlcil   upper
wlndowi   lie
^^^^^^^^     pulletl   llie   Ml
in (lie wall, and the dour was at  e
ip. ned and instanlly elodod.
Armltaee, ftillotvlin* at ttvenli raidt
mi the opposite fide of tin* slreel.
i* 'i "1 nhrupHy at Ihe sudden mulini:
of his chaise. Il was not nn hour for
loitering, fer the (ieiievan ueiiilarincllc
have ralhcr pnn) cics. lml krmltaga
had hy no means sallslled his ciirin-ilt
U Iai Ilm nature of (-hanncna t * erraiitl
lie itailked oi) to make sure lie ttas
iiimliserved, crossed the street ntnl
atrain peaMd the dark, sllcnl linn-,*
Which Cliaiiveiict bad enleri.t Bl
nnleil the plan' carefully. It gtTI li"
"iiluanl app, araiie nf being iH-cnplcil
lie assumed frmn the p'licml plan nf
lln- MlghbOrtng ItiilhlliiKs tliat there
tins | ciurtyaril al the rear of the
dtltoOOd hmisi", acirssililt' IhroiiKh ll
narrow passatrenay nt tbe llde. As
he llmlled Ibo situation he kept moving to avoid ohsprvallon and pimttt$,
nt n moment when ho waa quite nlotie
in Ilm street, walked rapidly to lhe
boom I'haiivenci had entered.
Oeiilleincn In saiirch of nilvenliires
do itcll to avoid the cniitluoiilal wall.
Mr. Ariiillage hruslicil the glass from
the top with bis hat. It Jingled suflly
nllliln under cover of tbe rain drip
The planter had crumbled fnun the
bricks in spots, giving a foot Ita up
pni'tiiiilly, and Mr. Arinllagc drew himself to the top nnd dropped wlllihi
The front door and wlndowi stared at
him   blankly,  and  he  committed   Ills
fiiriiiiies to the bricked ptaatgewaj
The rain was now coming ihnin In
earnest, and Ilt lhc rear of the hOBM
tt alcr had begun In drip noisily Into an
inm spniit.    The electric lights  from
neighboring streets ■ade n kind of
twilight even 111 thc tlarki unl iiunl.
nnd Armltage thrpnd.il his way aiming
a network of clotheslines t6 tbe renr
wnll and view isl thc promises, lie
knew his Ccncia fnun many previous
tiils. The ipiarbr was undeniably
ii-pei table, and there Is, to lie sure, no
Nam   it hy   the  blinds  of  n   I se
slmiiid nol be carefully drawn nt nightfall ai the pieasiiie of the teteptnta,
Tii" nhnlc lower flixir seemed ullerli
deserted.    Only  at one point on the
third Soot was than uj sign of light,
mi'i this the merest hmi
^V
<$
II. i: ./.cil Ml
■a, nt
The Increaaing fall or rain did not
encourage loitering In tho wet courtyard, where tbe downspout now rattled
doloroualjr, and Armitagt crossed tbe
court and further assurcil himself that
the ion ci- lluni- was dark and silent
Ilalconlcs wile bracketed against tbe
wall at the sccninl and Ililnl stories,
nnd the illgbt Iron ladder leading thither terminated a foot above his head.
John Armitagt was aware that his
position, if tlisciveicd, was, to say tho
least, untenable, hut he was secure
frnin obturation by police, and ho assumed that tlie occiipinils of lhe house
were pi'iibalily loo deeply t■ngrossed
tvitli their all'alrs tn waste much time
on what might happen without. Armltage sprang up ainl caught Iho lowest rniind nf the ladder, and In a moment his (all ligiiie "as a dark blur
Ogiilnsl the wall as lie crept warily upward. Iht rear renins of the neeond
Itory were as darli and quiet al
Ihnsi' belOW, Arinilage continued to
lhe Ihlnl sli'i-.t, where a door as well
ns  seier.il   wtndOWl  gave   upon   the
balcony, and he (tod thai it wni
from i broken corner of the doer shade
that a shan -p I l.ialc nf light tnl the dark.
All iniitl il quiet below.    lie hearil
ihe trafflc of the neighboring thorough-
lanes quite distinctly, ltd Irmn a kitchen near hi came the POOgh clatter of
dishwashing in tbt accompaniment of
a (piancl In lici'iiiaii Iietween tha
ina'ils. |',,r the moment he felt secure and bent down close to the door
and IhateOtd
'I'lio men were talking, and cildentlj
lln* mailer under dtaCUntOO was of Im-
p o r t u n | c, for
Ihey spnki' with
a klinl nl' dogged
deliberation, and
the long pauses
Iii the dialogue
lent i nlnr to the
U'llef thai some
might} matter
I Ml, was   in   debate.
iAiA    '""' '"'!lt of lh*
Ifl W'll rain mi Hie balcony mul Ita
."■leaily rattle in
Hie spout Intervened to dull the
Siillllll   til'   Vnii'l'S,
but presently ont
tf the speakers,
with au Impatient evclaina-
tinii, rose, opened Ihe small
glass panetl tloot
a few Inehea,
^^^^^^^    peered   out   and
retained to hit
willi an  eiclainallnii  of  relief.
Armitagt haul dropptd dowa the lad-
■hi half I 'I ".-aii i"inuls as lie heard
lhe LttCh snap In the dOOT, lie watted
an Instant lo make sure lie liad not
I n si.'ii, ihen ,i,pl l,»ck to the Iial-
i <>iiy and fniiiul that thc slight opening
in Ihe dOOC made it ikjmII.Ii; for htm tt
Ml U well as hear.
"li- Mlflini iu ihls hole," said Clinu-
icnel, drat,inu- deeply il|«ui Ills clgnr-
alla* and  blowing a cloud of smoke.
"If taaii par,!,,a ibe Informality I will
It my ctat"
Hi carefully bung tlie garment upon
ii l l ei" of - < Imir to liohl Its shape,
ihen returned hi- seat. Ills companion
I Itched him meanwhile with a certain
Intentm
"V".i tnke excellent enre of youi
. my ileal- Jul, -. 1 iieier hive
I. bit to fold a coat without ruining II"
I he rain was snaking Armltnge thor-
OUgbly, but Its |KTs|steiit tK'at covered
any lllght nolso mado by Ills own
imueiuenis, and hc was now Intent
Upon Iht lllile room nnd Its oeeupnnts.
lb* i,la-,*rtc,l tlic care with which tht
imm kept adtto to his coat, nntl he pon-
dt'i'cd the matter ns lie hung upmi the
bil* nny. if cliauvenet wns on liis way
to America ll was possible that he
itmilil carry witli hliu the Important
paper whose loss had caused so much
anilely to the Austrian minister. If
sn. where was It during his stay la
(leiieva?
"The old man's death Is only the tint
slip Wc require a succession of
deaths."
"Ue riH|iilro three, to be explicit, not
male or less. We should lie fortunate
il Hie remaining two could lie accomplished ns easily as Sltwliol's."
"llo uns n Ik-iisI.   lie la well dead."
'"Ihal depends on tho way you look
at It. Thoy seem really to bc mourning the nld beggar at Vienna. It Is tha
nay "I I |»*a*ple. They like to lie ruled
by a sat age hand The people, as yoo
line heati M say before, nre fools."
The la-t speaker wns n young mat
wh Armilage had never seen liefore.
Ile was a de, ideal blond, with close
trimmed straw colored bennl nnd
•lightly curling hair. Opposite liim,
aid fining the ihsir, sat Chauvenet
Ou Hie table between Ihem were de-
canlers and liqueur glasses.
"I am going lo America at onca,"
snld Chauvenet, holding his filled glaaa
toward n brass lamp of an old type
that hung from the ceiling.
"It is probably Just aa well," nld
Hu- other.   "There's work to do there.
//,   mi >aa un* 'nan
obuiTi'iiNiiii I'ii i"
Hm
seal,
(To bd itjiitinuid) THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
NINE
THK   BRIDGE
IS COMING BURR  HOW  is TIIK TIMK Til HUY  BEFORE
PRICES AllVA.NCK AdAIN.
NORTH   LONSDALE
is liiHNii TO BE ONE OF THE FINEST RESIDENTIAL
SECTIONS OF NORTH UNCOUVER.
lln** lol iill Nve itreet, lOOxlU feet, hi IWl   the oiiner must have
iii'Mii'y.  We inn,' the iiiljniniiii.' Ini lilted ai HOO,
Om la.i nn Ki-ex streei, 100x18s teat, al 1400
Wt* luu,' Rl lee! nu Keith mini, hull I hlm-k from ear, (nr  (1:100
•Ml leel nn TliirlHi'iith stri'tit, eleiiretl, one blool fnun nir, at ..  .   $7311
If yam ttinil any nf the iihin'e net i|iiii'l<ly.
(1. IV, V.lla*,*
A. V. Markle
G. W. VANCE & CO.
for. 8th & lonsdale   Phone 176       Branch Olflce-lynn Valley
Bressey
Peers & Boult
We operate lhc only padded furniture and piano
moving van in the city. . .
N. V. Cartage Co.
r i ,n,mi,ii. vv .*.
piiosi        -      •       III
SUBDIVISION IN LYNN VALLEY, rtituate on
tram line, between Ueneral Store and Hotel.
Sidewalk ind tine eraU-r lervioe on itreel; dosr
in Church, Sehool, Hall, Butcher Bhop and Mill.
Some loti cleared ready to build on. We firmly
believe arith the oonatrubtion of the Second
Narrowi Bridge tlii* property ihould double
in value in one year.
MAY & BURNS
Rial Eitata and Financial Agcnti
taki-;   NOTICE  thai    Uh
Council ni iln- Corporation nl
tin- CitJ "I Nnitli Vancouver in
tends tii itiiislriii I as a iinik nl
local improvement  iiu- laying
n(  a  liillllllnll   setter   foi    t.lIU
Ing .mat itwage and tewti tun
aactiona to Mch lui oa that
Part "I l.nllsilalc Ale lielllttll
lllll slieel atul I Sill ".Iteel tin
tier siilisnllt.il a .'.'i in Hull .'Mi
nl   lln    Muniiipal U.iiims   Ail
ami Latandi in aaaaaa Un Baal
mst thereof apoa i lu n al p o
party    Iroatiag   m   abutting
llielt-nll,     .lllll     tll   In     lit 11,
thereby, ind thai i itatcmeni
slii'iil!!-; Iht lands lialile l" p,n
tile said assessment anil llie
li.ilii.-s Oj lhe n« litis tin in,I, sn
i.n as i,ni in aacertalned Irom
till' last it i isi il assessment rull
is nuiv   nil hlc    ill  llic nlliic   nl
tlu- clerk nl tlu- iiiiiiiii ip,ilu i
ami is opes nn Impaction during ulliil' Iiiiiii
The  csiiinatcil   11ist   nf    the
Murk  is Slt>,nun n| llllllll  Sl,r>nn
is to be priivitli-il (iiii u( lhe
general Iunds uf tile Muni
i ipality.
THOMAS SIIKI'IIKKI),
Cilv Ilerk.
Nnrth Vaacouver, n I
Aliens! .'ml, 1910.
TAKI-; NOTICE thai Ue
Council ni iln Corporation ol
iln- City  ni   Nm ih Vaacoavei
illtellils In ti.llsllllt I  .is .1   work
ul local Improvement iln- grad
III;; 1 tii pel 111.Hit III ;:l,itlel nl
Lmisilale Alelllli limn I Mil
slleet   In    .'.'nil     stleel    allil  tn
conitruct a nnu,nl,un in.iilu.it
with   sinlalilt   tinlis ami 6 lool
w len   sidewalk nil cull   suit
nl    saitl    Aitiine   between   the
points above mentioned   undei
sllliseitii.il 1.'.'' ".eitliili .Sit ill
the Muniiipal Clauses At I   .111
mii mis 1,, aaraa Um Baal msi
thereof apoa the real propert]
[routine, ni abutting thereon
ami  In  Ih- benefitted   then In
alld thai .1 slatt-llicM slmwill;
the lands liable tu p.n the saitl
assessment ,,n,\ lln names ul
llie minus lliertnl, sn I.u ai
inn lie ast ell.lined frnin lite Lilt Used Assessment mil is n r»
nit lile in the iilllle ill the tleil
ul tin inilllltipaliti and ll MeS
[nl illspeitiiill during office
hums
The   intimated mst  nl   tin-
wurk is (35,100 nl whith >|.i""
is in lu* provided oui t'f Uie
general fundi cd the municipal
in
THOMAS HHEPHEBO,
t'iti Clerk.
Nmili Vancoaver,
August .'inl, i'ii"
The Mountaineering Club nl w.n stitiu- m Nanaimo and to
Vaacoavei    tvill attempt   lhi Laayemlth
."„,,,„., n| Mount C.aril.il.l,, Un, ,, ns, 1, lt,.,ndt   Co.
Uu  laauise  m uie.luiis  batLJ _ lltf^
■",",wl l I' deal In laml in the Ukeae vai
Counter propoaala an to hi ' i acrea being snld toe
lubtuilted    In    Un-   Nan.unin North Dakotan lor upwards ,.|
Council .unl i hi/his i.e.ij'iit in I.".      Tin Mine ouvei   Iiii
the Dominion Stock and  Bond wmk   befon    purrhaaed
Corporatioa  la reaped  ol tai othei  acn     making Wi hold
propoaala to eatabliafa   tram log ia tbta locality j,o>aoottn.
PROVINCIAL NEWS     |■HIIHHIHI1IIIHHIIII1I1IH1IIIMIIIHIII1IIIIIIII1IMHIIIIHIIJ
Oil heaters are to lie given I
trial at Vancouver's Kiny Ed-
ward high school.
Salmon Arm district i.s to
have a permanent exhibit and
Immigration ollice in London.
Freeman Banting has   been
appointed stenographer to tin-
New Westminster police court.
The entire estate of the ,las.
Held Co. at QttMBel is to lie
disposed of tO the highest bidder.
Suiiiincrlaiid has appointed ii
cilv engineer alld a constable
the   latter  at   a saline   0!  $>.-,
per year,
Cpwards    ol   IJ0    men    are
winking on govcrniiicnl road
improvements in the Skeena
district.
Queaaa]   la  urging its claims
as llie proper centre fur tile es
establishment of a govern
ment land ollue.
The government is to Utah
lish a new school three miles
from Rock Creek in the Iloiin-
dary district.
New headquarters for the
Suiiimerland Irrigation I,ight
anil Power departments have
luen completed,
The Mercantile Trust Co. is
tO erect a handsome modern
sleel aiid concrete block at
Fort George.
Kamloops city cniincil is op-
I'lising the propoaal nf the C.
P, R. to lay a third track
through the dty,
The   Ollesllel Cnllst-l valivc as
sm i,iiimi is petitioning the government to reserve part of tin
lntiiisite as a public park.
A printers' board ol trade designed in improve conditions la
ilu* trade has been organiied in
iln- Boundary diatrict.
l-'tiitv ancient buildings which
dn not conform to the architei
Inral standards o[ the citv have
been condemned to destruction
in Vancouver.
The B.C.B.1. Co, has Inform-
ed New Westminster thai it
cannol    provide   a   tramwa]
sprinkler   fm    the   Royal   Citi
this seasnii,
l-1 .ink Rlliott has beea engaged in the government t" taper*
vjse   the  improvements  tolllclll-
plated on the Cariboo mad iu
ilu-   locality   nl    Buonaparte
bluil.
All    three   ul   Chilliwack'i
Ulnllel   In laws    Ini the new cilv
liall.   drainage   Improvement!,
aiul the   puttli,ise of mail   111,1-
chinery   have carried by  ; 1
sal,* majoritiea.
CaDyon View Hotel
CAPILANO
Extensive Grounds. Ilii.li a iuss aervici il moderiti relet.
l'amili lu 11 mis en smli* wiih ipecial 1 iii s.    HouieGreitly Enlarged.
Buy  trail  tn  lUrnmil  ul   (imais*   Mountain,    altitude 31100  feci.
Scenic Delights      Fishing      Hunting     Mountain Climbing
Unequalled for Holiday, Long or Short
I'. CANCELLOR,
Miuager.
SEASON 1910
fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiHiniiiii
.AR80N.
Prop,
ClL    CT     CM AD   150x137 feet on  5th
Dili   M.   OlNAr   Street; one-half block bo.
rflaBHHaraH|t|aBBH[aa the Queensbury Larline.
View Unsurpassed.   Only $3200, cash $ 1200, balance
6, 12 and 18 months.    Let us show you this property.
Martinson & Co.
■l-l-i»H-H-l"l"H--W*^-!-l**K**l-H-H-H-i-*
62 LONSDALE AVSNVB
NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C.
Tii.iic tjj, P.O. Buys
', '.aVila.'a.'..'    '. '    '■'■', a  ' a a'..' .'■■'■'■',al..l,.l«I..V.l..l.,T,.t-l.,ti,lwl»l.
a i, n ri rivrrirrrH'TnTrn iTrTnTrT
Kepurls   are   received     uf    a
mw  strike ul me at the sunlit
iin tnd ul Babble Lake, un Pii-
Iiill Mile Creek   Sample-- ul lllc
lirst ore [iiiiiiiI assaied as   high
as |S,, unin is iii -diver.
AT Till-: HOTELS
North Vancouver—
II. A. CK-gg, Kdmonton
l'   M   Wall,  Wili'diam
Mr, ami Mrs  Upaet, Calgary
Mi    ami   Mis, (',   1-    11,n Iti,
Beattie
\h . Strong, Reno
\  w   Campbell, ('.alt
w. Duke. Rlveraidi Ranch
(hun Hitch, Victoril
\h    ami   lira Q   S    Masun,
\ ,uia a,nvel
1.       M.ISiall
Cd si.inlti Cameron
K    I    I'.ml
A   1.   Kallillilsih
II   \   Mt Millan
Win    Marsden
G   K    MiLcatl
!■:    I   Kan
11   (I   Hand
i- x 0 Bdward
w   Palmer
Palace Hotel—
H Blanchard, Kelaoe
K  Coagrove, New Weetmiiu,
,'   St. I). Alvin, Liverpool
R   Kearit Davies, St  Gi      '
W   .1    R,,sc, Deep Cove
S..   Wilson,  Celestial   Kinpll'
luu. Doe, Vancoaver
P, 1'iirsiiht, Vancouver
Msfclwiw it
mA CLEARED LOTS
50 Feet Wide
in Blocks Adjoining
Grand
Boulevard
Disirict Lot 550
=--CHOICEST=
RESIDENTIAL SITES
TIIK i.Ktsn imi I t:vn:li
SORTH  VAX! "I IHI
I'or Prices and Particulars, Apply to
11
L.n.  Ln
MAHON, McFARLAND & PROCTER, LTD.
Comer Pender and Seymour Streets Official Agents
TAKK NOTICE iii'ii (l"
('minui ui tin- Corporatioa "'
ih,   CU) "I North   Vancouvi i
mit mis lo lonstiini  as a wurk
ul  local   Improvement,
combined main ami common m
wet mi l'urlies Avenm Iron lhi
waterfront tu 6th street, theni
cuter.)   along  6th  itreet
l-"ilics   Ave.,   llii-mi   ii
alung  Porfam Avenue tn  i   ,;
itreet,   ilium* eaaterlv   nl""
isth strut  t.a i'ln**.i,ili.M  I
theme iiurlliiilv .iimi,   I
iniil Ave  i., i.ith itreet, thcnci
l-ISll'lll      .llaallj-      |.|(1|      -,
i,"H'-tlaii  \u , thence northerlj
along  L'.nsd.iii   A-l    i"     '
'"'I        .Illd    *| |1|   a
"11 the   Ksplanadc   [roll
An    Iii easl   sldi   nl  " '■
\vc,   nil   Kll'-I   slllll   llulll!
lu alius Aii    In tast  side "I Bl '
r.iiiitk's   Avenue, oa Becond
'   llnlll   I'nllies  Ave.    1"   *i
laa    I,,  |     ,,,s|     ,,|     St All
\ii  .md mi Third su,a i
'In111     l-'ait'llfS      All*      In    I ,|*  I        |*|,
ol st   Andrew's Au ,  under
lio* Ktioa   st.  ..!
• 'n  Municipal datum Ait  ami
intends tn a*s,ss tin final
-I upmi iiii teal propertj
• j abetting  thereon,
.nal  tn In* benefitted  thereby,
anil   that a   slatiiiniil  thowing
'III     I*lll'l'*    ll,ll'll      I'l    p.H      ilh      '    a',|
unin   and   lln   names   nl
lhe oll tll is    ihuenl,    si.    I.ii    ,i
till   lie   asiertaintd     from   tilths! reviied aaaaaamaal roll  is
now mi lib- in tin  office cd thiili ik nl the Municipality ami is
* p. II    [ol    III pitlntl  dllllll-;  nl
im- hoan
The   eetimated cost  nf the
mail, is s, 'i,,s-n  ,,( whnh ty>,-
.win is t" in provided nut ol tin
mtral land  a,i th, liunicipa]
,.i
THOMAS SHKPHK1D,
iiti Clert
North Vancoaver, li C.
All;,us!   Mat,   I'lln I'KN
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Bakerfield, Cal., July 31st., 1910
To The Canadian Sunset Oil Co.,
319 Pender St., Vanoouver
Eight inch casing in number one well, Lady Washington lease,
safely landed at 1700 feet.  Started drilling again Sunday noon,
Made twenty-nine feet in eleven hours. Everything progressing satisfactorily. Four big wells just came in on neighboring leases.
We simply cannot miss big oil.
(signed) NELSON G, FOSTER.
The Canadian Sunset Oil Company, will bt producing and marketing itt product within the next
few weeks. When this occun tht
corporation sharts now selling at
fifty ctnts tach, will bt worth ont
dollar and upwards in tht optn
marktt. If you want any ot then
sharts at current prices you will
have to hurry
OFFICERS:
John N. Redmond (Pres. of the Royal Loan and Trust Co., Ltd.), President
L. D. Taylor (Mayor of Vancouver), Vice-president
Nelson G. Foster (Pres. Royal Business Exchange), Treasurer ■fHE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
ELEVEN
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Don't
Worry
About Your
Printing Orders
Phone
No. 80
This is the
Easiest Way
^ We will design your office
stationery, or anything you need
in printing, then submit proofs
and guarantee satisfaction.
^ Large increase in plant enables us to do this.   ::    ::   ::
Give us a chance
to make good.
TWA0t5l"Si?]c0UNClL^
EXPRESS
(SEMI-WEEKLY i
$1.00 per year     Foreign $2.00
NORTH SHORE PRESS, LTD.
119 FIRST STREET EAST.
PHONE 80
PROVINCIAL NEWS
^HHHHHHHHHtllllllllllllllllllllfHHHHH^HHHHIlllllw
Construction ol Xniuiiiiio's
in u 1.0.O.K. hall has begun,
The Okanaean fruit crop is
especially lieaii litis season in
all lilies!
titty neu trails are being
built giving acceai to the Plat
heail country,
Uev. Mr. Kerr oi Kevelsloke
has been called to iln- pastorate
nl the Pint Presbyterian church
ol Prince Rupert.
Vernon ratepavers have voted
in lavor of the application oi
the tingle lax principle in local
assessments.
Two   automobile Kavenging
w.i;1,*'lis hnve been atltleil to
Vaiii'iiiivti's corporation apparatus.
N,in,unin h.is deferred action
in fixing the tax rale Inr the
year; 13 to 14 mills will linally 1« struck.
Naiiainui's contractor on sidewalk construction will be mm
pclleil to live up to his   tight
hours-a-ilay agreement.
Wilson, Cook & Co. uf New
Westminster have merged their
business with that of the l'eo-
le's   Trust   Co.,   with   t,   C.
Cooke as manager,
Vernon ratepayers will shortly be asketl to vote nil a livhiu
to provide $1,500 for extending
the are lighting system.
New Weslinilisler Liberals
are making strong ellolls to
have Sir \\ illrid l.aurier Include
lhe Koyal Cily in his wesuni
itinerant.
Mr. EUacott'i survey nt Addition "A" "I Wesl Ollesllel is
completed, anil a draft ul 1 In-
plot is to be si-lit al -'lie
to Victoria for registry.
The Northern Crown Hani, is
erecting suitable premises at
(hii'siu-l where buibling operations generally nre at BROttt
very active.
Two survey partus It.iv. Imu
sent out by the Domini ui   l"i
tatty department to delimit the
litiutiil.il ii-s   ol   llie new   Kinky,
mountain [ortat reserve. \
In  tinier  to prevent lhe kill
inn ul game nut uf union ilu*
government will at nine appoint a game warden Inr (Can*
limps diatrict.
The C.P.K. Ireighl shells al
.Millie Wife reduced In ashes ill
quick iiiiler   lasl    link, a very
st-riniis tne being everted by a
narrnw margin,
A new regiment in in- known
as the   Io.)th   regiment nf Call '
■dian Infantry is being lormed
with heailtpi,titers al Neu
Westminster ami iiiliip.uiies al
Cloverilale and Chilliwaik
Government Berreyoc Sw.m-
iiell has completed the snrvev
of three athlitiolial blocks ol the
yilesnel townsite tn the nnrth
of the town, ll is lint intt-nd-
etl tn im bide these blinks in the
properttee in be diipoetd nf by
auction shortly.
At Fernie a iiinveinenl is mi
(nut  In establish  a  gymBaiiUffl
.unl .itti.iiiniiiilaiitiii [nr v.limns
si a 1.11 and athletic iTubs in the
liast'inelil      nl      the     Mctlmtlist
1 lun tll   Inf    llu-   betielil   ol   the
jrOtOg penple  ni  the illstinl   11
respective uf church nr iTeetl.
The Atlains I,uiiiber Cm oi
Chase, mill a mill u[ 150,000
capacit), an- engaging nun i"i
,1 long nin Thev are dist.ml
ing tlie "pack mm blankets '
si sit-in ami instead, uill supple
spring inaiiressis and bedding :
Their eamps are no* tin'dels
Inr lhe west.
Mr. llratherton Vint. ol
l.aiit.isiei, England, is lisiiinn
liriiish Columbia,   llf wu on
nf the (uiuiilers nl tin- T.tnll Kt-
fnrin    UagVe   anil   was    nn
tlnseii Identified vith Kt Hon,
inseph Chamberlain ia his iis
ml red mn campaign.
Tim ur three months uill >1
apSt',        .llaaallllllj;        (,,      ]), ,||| iilil ill
Government taridenl   Engineei
Keeler, before lhe \iorl. ol At—
ring lln* North Arm nl the
Prater riu-r crill be commenced
although plans won madt
l\ttl this work MM time dul
ing tin- presenl  summei
The Fiddiik min-  nl th*
in Cnasi Coal Mining Cu   hi
1 lUbUahed   .1 mw  record   (<"
"tie day'i output, ol
With ilu* development work uoa
proceeding   it   will be bal   1
•-■"'H   time  hei,,,,*  ,,  d.uli    .,11'
I'lll   nl   lOOO   lulls  is  in.,.*
siblc
1-lMlT INSPECTOR l'dK
PRINCE.EUPER1
Mr. J. II. MeLeod, acting ap
praiser  nl   customs   al    l'liuee
Rupert, has been appointed a
Daaiiiiiiioii   fruit   inspect"!    for
lllal pott nil the salllc mlldi-
tiinis as thnse whieh havi   »nv-
ei iu il the appointmenti ol offi
til's nl the customs at Nelsmi
and ('.land Porkl. This an.111
gement has wor nl verj mil
fur the enforcement "i ihe  in
speilinii allil   SI 'us   atl    ill   It
Iation rn im, 1 ttell iruit.
CARS l'OK NANAIMO
Th   proportion nf the D<>lliill
inn si ck aSt Hnnd Corporation
I,til. ni Vanconver, lor ilu- in-
sl.i'lati'iti o! a slleet tar   sis
'.em   uas accepted   by the Na-
nauili iiu council nil a 1111.tin
mulls vute uii the 18th inst. A
In l.iu    lal ill in*;    this decilioD
will be Immediately prepared
and placed before the citizen*
(nr tlieir endorsation.
New   Westminster Land  Dis
trict, diitrict of New Wettmin
ster.   Take notice that Thomas
Toil i.eiih of Vancouver, H. c ,
occupation, rancher, intends to
apply tot permission tn purchase llie lollowing described
lands : Abuiit 200 aires com-
mencing at a post planted on
the northeast turner of lot 2,-
620, theme south 80 chains,
thence    east    61.77   chains   to
ihore ni Bom Bhoe Lake,
1 hum* along ihore of lake in a
northwestern direction to point
of commencement,
THOMAS TOD LEITH,
Per William Dal/iel Duke,
' Agent.
.lune ind, 1410. 26
yiiesiiel is demanding a lire
ilepartineiil ami nintleni apparatus.
Signals of Distress
North Yatui'iiiii People
Should Kimu llaait rn Read
ami Heed Them.
North Vancoaver
Woodijard
We supply ST0VLW00D any
lenglh required.
16 inch length, $2.75. per load
Cordwood, $4.50 j>er cord
Prompt I'*
itjo I'. (), Boi 136
Siek kidncis give main signals ul distress.
The secretions ait dark, contain a  sediment.
Passages ale Irciplcnl, st.iliat,
painful,
H.iik,uhe is totislanl, dai ,unl
night.
He,nl.lilies   and   di/./V     spells
are frequent.
The weakened kidaeyi   nnil
[quick help.
Dun!   delay !    Use a   spni.*
klillleV  Itliiedi .
Booth'i Kidnev Tills imt tick
kidney*,  backache ami  nrinai j
disorders.
UacGregor   evidence   proven
lllis   st .lllllll 111
James Siiiipsnii  1.1  HacGre
got,   Man ,   sals       "1      ibink
Booth's Kidney l'ills a   verj
hue remedy, Tluy ban- com
pleteli   relieved  nu- of a  \ ■. 1
sure lame b.itk, ami swelling
anil tramps in mv limbs. I
knew   lliis   uas   cawed    bv    a
iieakiiiss nr derangemeal ol in
kitltlels I llsetl st" cl.ll It llll
dies which did lml  help lile   In
am i itent,   Tlnn l learned "i
Ilm,ih Kidiui Pills and pi"
until .1 Imx Thej wiii un
quick in relieving nn back and
llu- (welling and , ramps have
lell   nn    limbs      I am pleased
tn recommend Booth'i Kidney
l'ills as all A,  Nn.   1  nnitili
Fur sab- in Nnrth Vancouvei
ai The I.onsdab- Pharmacj *
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIP BUILDER.
ENGINEERS &
Boilermakers.    .   .
M.tiiin    ami M.ilitinari   Kn-
gineaod Boilei \\Hik prompt-
lv
Ulli-ll.
Telephone 103
North Vancouver
1. o. O v.
Korth Vancouver l,o<le.c. No.
55, meets every Thursday evening, corner I.ousdale avium* and
First street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to
attend.   Ira K. Pen. X.G.,;
K. K, Dniialdson, Kit- MC. j .1.
II   I'illini*, P.O., Kin-see.
VANCOUVER
EXHIBITION
VANCOUVER. B.C.
HORSE CATTLE DOG
AND POULTRY SHOW
AGRICULTURAL AND
MACHINERY EXHIBITS
TROTTING and PACING
EVENTS    	
August 15th to August
20th inclusive
Tm-a«l"v. Aiijii*i I'aih mil In- "Canada
It,.in.* hau*" vhee Sir Willnil Uurier
will, I, 'Innil* th** Vmi.-.. mer l-'iliilnli,,ii
< ar..iii.<If nnil r*nili|ili*;. tn thtt iim* *.| the
people mover,
A peat i,*u'|ili"ii uill Ir- trmltTi'l Sir
\\il.-.*.|.    It Will he > n-al II.nne Hi).
Bands oi Music—Decorated Streets
Bpecial run*, mi all railway, and .Itain-
batttl from nil |Kiinti.
JAMES ROY. M.n.,-r,
^|^| H  (
PALACE
HOTEL
Hill-:
jtjiin pn  md up
Speciil Mi's i° •»111-
,li,s aiiil   In  tt(tltt
boarders	
FM MX Gortien on coesi
T
a *"» —. ~~"-m__   V«%tK
REDA & ANDRUSS
StCOHO SlKKKT,
PROPRItTORS
■   -   NORTH   VANCOUVEK. li. C.
THE GEM THEATRE
first STREET West
TIIK TINKSTor MOVING I'HTI'llKS
Intirc I liiiiup' ol Proqnimmi- Muntldy, Wednesday
and triday
Wi 11 iti 1 i" l.i 'h   iod children. I   III  10 mir patrons
tliat nothing ofleniivi 01 objeel 1 ibli mil be shown.
1'. ila *!   7. jn ,tn*l  I.4J p 111
s.uaide)   Milton   at   j.jo  p ■
VdiiiisMon   10c
Children 3c TWELVE
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE KXPRES9
i LASS1F1ED AH*   COLUMNS
ilu  v,.inN,uel tin offeringi
■ ni local ,uiu it*
i: VI i -
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m.h.   th.nitrl,.,   K.-ard   bj
.houtm-, from the hou.« ,.,pa
If .•**>, Irltd that la,.a., .ou
would ,.,,al,„l.|. 1, ... 10 .pp.tr
1'a-for. « commt.ainn In tna.nily
NOW-A-DAYl   Ihr   hu.ln...
m*ara ua.a our Ma.it Ad..
*>aa*«a • ■».»» .- .
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JfOt   SAI.K   l-'iiruituiv. Apply in,.run:     unl evenings 1
U. Chislett, -ih slreel .nnl St.
George's Avi 22
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WANTED Small second hand
miik stun, musl lie cheap,
Boa K. II. Express Office.    M
WANTED        Am    kin.l ni
housework  In   ilu*  day nr by
ihe Iinin    Appl}   corner ith
slieel .nnl Sl   Amlii 11 's.
WANTED liiini-h.il bedroom ni tui* furnished rooma
int light housekeeping Close in
preferred,   Appl\ A  K  V , I 1
presi Ollue .-a 1
HELP WANTED
WANTED Two hoys t,. learn
trade in machine shop. G001
wages paid t" Miiai 1 boy. Ap
ply Wallace Shipyards Ud
WANTED  Small   l„,i    with
5 1  iiiitiit'i**.,   [or  hardware
-.i'ii      Appl)    ■     I'   I'M-ii
II.Illltt.Ut       In   ,       \aallll     V.Hill.II
la   1
LOST
I.(1ST Rough h.uittl Itislt
Terrier I'11 p ''iinlu return tn
lij Sixth "iini ' *  '   Kt ti.iH
LOCAL ADS.
Jack I.unlet ami V l.'itisil.ili
Elder Miin.ii I'n. Inv iiisiir.uiie
MISCELLANEOUS
Wt  will lan a,1  , *,, li, n e inin
itoved,   range   and houaenold
I Is l"i ■-)'■ 'i caah.    'Inrti, 1 s
70 Lonsdale Ave     Phone   iS|.
1'.  0.   Ilaal  hj,
Route Boys Wanted
We  an    in Haul   nl   11 liable
lull S     tn     .1* ll'l I      llll 1    ■
within lln  ,111  Innil*.      Appli
in |nisnii ,it ih,* Express l)lli«
DRD l.i»Mi
On  tin     1 |J  Ul|a 1.11  \\ 1 .liu
daj   afternoon  iln s  8    si
tii'.i; *   ,,.mnl ii.iiit'i n  heavy
wagons    Considcrabli   Irouhle
U.IS   t*\|ll III II, Ul    III    laa  ,a|||l
Iiiii mth good work nn iln pull
"I   ilia   Ii.iiii*.li is ,iinl  , 11 ii     lhe
IU   '       •:'■'   I'       ***   aai      ,,|     \„ J},^ |s
I'l   lit   llll     III     111*     till      '*       "111     ,|||ll    ll
imt   it must   In*  ui, ■ : red   tl
equallinj II
BAPTIST s  s  I'll Ml
Tin*  pan nt - and iliiblren   "I
the   S     \    r.a[ 1 • :    Sunday
school  enjoyed .1 ph .a am nin
il st.mln Park l.i 1 'in*
ii.n     Tin attend nn * was Iai 1
*ili*l    mill    .ill  ,iiiinui,ill,e l)|    le
tii shim ms .iini nt 1 ream,  and
the till:, ' '* li      .1:111     .iini  spot I *
iln* pii iiii n .1. ,1 L'ompli t(
I'    Knbayaahi,  .1 'li 1
cook nil tin s s  Hamlin, non
li III;'  III lln     it. ,1:11  nil  ll'   li llll hurl   u.is  inn.1   'im .1111
nl l.n .l.n■*. ill iln* polii 1  1 'in 1
tins morning foi »   mil li
inuit  1 ngugi'I I*..  .1 1 inn.1
111,111 11,uiml Mali Wing (.'hun
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Air, i.' 1 l.n hv nl Vancouver
haa rented .1 cottage in Kelvin
Grove .nnl will move in at once,
Mrs. W. 1'. in un .nnl daugh
ter returned last evening from
a week's \ .u .111- in .n Port Mellon,
Air. 11   \i   Ellis removed mi
Weilllestl.il   In his line new rest
dence on tin tirand Boulevard,
cornet ol yth street.
Osi.u llniil.k.i li.is just complet
ul tin* erection nt .1 small liunsi
nil      liis    pnipi'l ll     "ll    7lll      Sllll 1
1.1st ui (Inn nslnii 1  Ave.
.1. Cunningham "f Vancuuver
has rented .1 flat nn isi sua..
easl nt  St, George's Ave,    lie
Illlt lnls  111111111^;   111   ill'.lllelli,Ill'll
Th, coal ni the 11111   Mahon,
Altl',ul.unl    .unl     I'Mit'if   tlnli
building  .,11  tin   Esplanade  is
sel   iimi II ,il   .ss;,,nmi
\ir, Wm, 11,11 has removed
into his Intel) completed  reai
iliiut   nn the  Keith  road   In
m n 11 Un st, 1 in hi mnl Mahon
Avenues.
Mr, lv S. Bayliss ol Vancou
ur has moved inl" the huttsi
nn tin* north side "i Vii'"iia
Park Intel) occupied by Mr.
Allan H. Stevenson
■\h .nnl \hs s Sykea ol
i,uh streei Kit lasl Wedneadai
an  .in  extended  mi' in Scat
liiini. England,   Thei   purpose
Inin- absent aboui six months.
Aliss Wniistii ni Si. Thomas,
Om , iiim h.is imu 1 lsiiin^ her
Iriend,   Ahs,   f.   It   Cummer,
It*.His     nil    1'lill.ll    l"l    llr,llllhill,
Alan , in iwn Inr sisters there
lu i"it nturning home again
\lr mnl in * ,1. I',. Brown,
iiim ate al present ■ •. 1 uji\ iii"; .1
suite in lln l'.il.m lml,1. v ill
shiitili ninii* inin ilu* hou
ninii occupied In Mr I-i uhm
nn mIi streei rornci nt 'inui -
Imu Aw
A. R i'ini in.in has purchased
iln- residence nl w   II,  :*,* n
nil   Sth    slln I   ,|||*l    111       S'.ul'.l *.
has leased lhe limis,* on ,ili
siini jus) easl nf l.niisii.ile
Ave , uhiih h.is lately luen occupied In Wm   Ii.ii
Mi   Ralph Henderson, s,,n nl
A,       I III IlilllSnll,   C,    K   .        "lln
sustained .1 sen re tin  on the
Imi 1, ni In * In el abottl a   week
IS lhe resllll  •,I  a  tall llnlll
a scaffolding, is rapidl) recovel
in     ,unl   is   alih    lu   he   ahoUl
.1 .till
(111    An  11 I     11li   Airs      Ins
I'l-ntti left "tilt ,1 partv nl six
hell 1111 linn 1.ninth the "Wil
iimi" ini .1 uuk nr leii days'
lishing and ramping trip 1 in n
in hiiiini ol \h ,iii'l Ahs*. Craig
.nnl Alls Cample nl Beattie,
l.iu n( Nome,
Hi I'un Sale, brothel nl
\h, Leonard Sale, arrived In
iln un ,,ii Wednesday  evening
iinin  Cardiff,  Wahs, ami  will
lm.aim  .1  |iiiiii,1111 ill  li siihiil n|
li Columbia,    Airs,   Sale,
iln mother .imi a sisti 1. an 11
|m tnl mit Iinin Waif, mt a lis
it lllis i.ill
Mis   Calm.ill,    at  San   I
California cousin m Arthur Da
11, , thitl "i police, ,i.i'* a us ,
ilnr   last  'mi.   mill    lli     iini
ih    li.it 11 *. .11   iln 11 hoim   mi
M. lllllll    A \ a 1111a Alls     I   IIIH,111
is s|n mini; iiii sUIIIIUel ' 1 ll
III;     III,lnls  .mil   lil,lilies   Ml 'Ills
all!     .lllll     V.Ill, 'llllll
lli .nnl \h I, lm Ti.ih.111 n|
si   Thomas, nm ,   nhn have
Imll     ll   lllll       111      .ill.l    Ills        1
Unite, si Georgi lml, Inl
:ln pail It" imks hau iiunl
. I    In    make    North   X.iilt,,IIUI
iheir future home and have tak
.n up ilnn residenci ofl 1 ith
nui  easl   a,1 st    Andrew'i
\u
Alessi", w 11 Stone) ami
.luhn II,mit, uhn hau* been doing husini ,is palnten ami
decoratoi [01 somi u-ars under iln firm n.inn ol W, 11.
Stone) .\ 1 n . h.i v 1 diaaolved
p.ii'in 1 -In!', in dati from  Aug
iisl   ist      The liiisiiiiss will     he
carried nn In \l; Slniiev •''
iln "I'l  '.nnl ..ii l,i nsdale Aw ,
A    l.llt II    si.,1,,1    »;1|    1«*   lll'lll  ,ll
Lum \ .ilh 1 nn iht ^rounds "i
l'i '11   IVi lover's   ia * idenci   1 n
■In   1 ■ cniti    il Wi In, ai.it. An
II     ' a,|S|li,|*S   III
iln     \liili.ai: •    ,||,n,||       North
A'.iiiaa.iiin .ii    band mil he in
1 nt" ni iiliiitinii iii which
11  mil he   nn
th It'l   .lll'l   I'lli' 11:111 Ills  mil    I"
1 ' '      .Ur    lie
HI      111.nl'    I  ll      |*a    1 il   i.il*. In ,1,
Hiiiiiii'iil iii attendants Iroin Cm:
Inp   uilliin   a
lm i.n*!   ul iht . iiiinui.
COMING!!
A Rare Scientific Entertainment and Treat at Larson's
Pavilion   Next   Wednesday   and  Thursday
Evenings, August 10 and 11.
ri.aiissni Kergusson, who pro thunder cloud,    Thei sn*   iln*
lesses  tii  hate  lnaili   a   Wonilel lightning's  Hash    anil   hear    1 ie
derful '-iiitiiiiii discover)   ol  *i thunder's    mil;   the   storms
method t" apph power, omni burst over tlnn heads and they
pa.iliu,   omniscient   mnl muni llee in ,t place ui shelter, undei
pn , in in applied laws nl tin
Empire ol Nature, uill give h
series ol experiments in North
Vancouvei at Larson's Pavilion
nn  Wttliitsil.it    ,unl  Thursda)
tunings    BeXt,    All:',,   h'tll     iilil
inli,    commencing   his     in
um ami demonstration at H o'
l link.
lit this siiiiut I'li'i. Fergus
sa,n professes to be able t" pii
i.aiui tin- mosl startling and
i unning i ipi i iinents upon p. i
■..ans mill awake and in the
moat perfect possession ol all
Iheir faculties. Controlling
tIk11 nintiiiiis standing up
the) innl ii impassible lo sit
down ; il in .1 sitting posture
ilm .rn nn,ilile in rise till tin
**l'.i.iini allows tluiii in do so
ll. claims  to hau lhe  powei
In    lakt    .m.n    the   pull* I
hearing, speech, nighl and l hi
memory,    etc,   whenever    he
pleases .nnl tn n inm ag nn in
st.niili these faculties . that hi
i.m change thc personal nhn
tin ni nil.iin Individuals ni.ik
ing iinin iinagim Ii r the linn
in ing that the) are personi ul
color, that the) belong t" iln
opposili i x, thai thi i .iu
■.Hint renowned general, orator,
statesman ni what nol With
Ins sniiji,is he professi   i i   hi
alih*  I,,  , lull  a     the  appi i:
.nnl i.i •, ..i watei iii rapid  u<
cession   lo   llial   o|   lemonade,
hiiiiei, i im gar, milk, inula   • ,
wiiiiiiii I, a .aiiie, brandy,  thc
latter produi ing all lhi intoxi
eating  iiiui-.   lh- brings   Is
li). *.iiii|n i*. iln* ihii sti
*i bench, table or anything that
oilers     protection,    All    this
while   the individuals   ex| 111
iiuiiii il  upon are pericctl)   .1
wake and in pussessiun ol  their
reasoning [acuities    Thc  great
discover!    Professor  Kergusson
h.is made is to pul each indivi
dual   in   conscious   possession
ami   scientific    control   oi this
i.m ihat is omnipotent, omuls
iiiin and omnipresent and ma)
In- eonsciousl) and scientilicall)
applied  by    aula   suggeations
in education  ol   the indivi liial
in healing all manner ol  dis
eases, in thi correction  oi  all
[onus "i   1 ne and bad  habits,
in  tin reforming  ol criminals,
in the development ol the will,
and psychii powei, in sooth lm
iln* attainment  and realization
■ ai an)  ideals and desire   uhal
ioevci    lie gives lhe kn t" the
psychology ni iln* Bible and the
I.m operative in producing   ill
Biblical phenomena   Prol    F< 1
n   has studied and experi
mi 111..1 111 applied laws ..I  the
Empire ul Nutun (or ovei    -aa
111",   putting    nil    ihese
nin It.lures will he the rarest
siitiitiiii neat \.nth Vancou
tn has evei enjoyed, I'opulai
pine iii admission,  i i and   y
lllllS, I'ln!        I'a  I      II II     IS      pi I
a unin nil) *m 1 dm 1 toi .mil is
Canada's gn iti 1 orai li      His
let nnt ii ill 11 alike funny, mis
llllllll'*,        '-I illllllll  ,        llllll    ilia   II   ll
and   iuteri.iinin Everybod)
shtiiiltl see and heat I'rol    Pel
giisson   nexl    tt'edn da)    ind
TIiiiimI.ii  tit iiiii
illl, AT AlATSiil'l
Hi. I.imlsav Russell reports
lhat iln B 1 i'.n.nm compan)
a.i Mataqni, B, 1 hau made
arrangements   in put   In   thi
illlll   that   lllll   Imll ilnttll
■■I   ill  .1    sin it    inm ,
The indications up lo the  pres
illl    lum    hau    proved   hi: hl\
satisfactory.
Slim HMAN'S  DAM I-,
Tin   danci   given al lhe li 1
minus ni tin Capilano tar  line
..lie     it,lllll**      ihls     link     ,lllil
iiliiili look lln   Inllil "1 an    nl
|a.111111 ■ I Imp undei  iln  *m l
nl tin   si. Andrew's and I ■ 1
limn.ni  Sm it it   uas unit 1
success 1 Ii.ii ii   i' .1. nn  S,iim
ii.n 111 ning mi iln unin in I *
mie tripped oil in .1 ga)   man
IH-r llll llii   I.iiii  hours.      The
Italnit   11.1    iln   lh, hi ainl I Iin;
ami step il.nu ill;* "I   \liss    \|,i,
1 ■ ■ • i'  I ,.1     11 ** li * .   urmel  ■' 1
1**1111,ana 1 .   :.   *   earned  hn   «
nm   ihsplai • 1 mi The
dance waa llu win 1 up ol
.iin* ni the most su 1 inl al
laiis   whieh   the   local   societ)
has Imu   pit * ,'l  lu  pul   a,n    ill
the wa) "i ai picnii and danci
combined   and   tin*  siieei .. .it
1,uiml   will undoubtedly   be   ,1
strong  inducement   tn   repeal
iln aiian at some tiituri date.
DISTRICT idl \i 11,
A special nm ting in commit
ia' ol the whole lias lnhl In
the tlisti ii t ,..innil \\ 1 ilm sii,r,
1 ■ 1:1 ilui hall ,,ii lhe Es
pi.111.nli tt In n tin 1 mie nut 11
ill ll -.il* ■     iinin   llu*   Wesl     i .11
u'HiiT   Improvement   As
iii.n  ami  other  ninii is   [roin
insi 1.ipil.111. 111 regard  to th.
location "i  the proposed   tu 1
lille      iltilell.il       llnlll      lli,I,S,,||
in.ill 111 Keilh I.*.nl in D.I ij;
titer a tutisiihralilt .li 111 .
sion 111 nhn Ii iiiii plii ■ ,,i the
ni'ii,1 ii.e vented including
iln 1 xcessive coal ol Inidging
iln Capilano nni Kn l
1,111.1.   iln*  lollowing   11   * Man
lias   in,nh* In   uin* nl  lhi    ililt
ami iiuiiii.illi agn>al   ia.
lit    .ill    pii -.1 ill,    "that   in    .iihli
tiun tii ihe improvement ol iln
Kt nli road in accordance mth
tin 1.i<ii ui Engineer Cleve
laml .1 road In located roughly
ami 111 iii  l:uiii a point in I)   I.
2~\ in 11  iin s, iv comet ni
1'  in  a poinl oppoeite
Km      ; land  suitable  i.u'  a
I'inl: 1     ill   ,lllal  Hum   ihellie    to
the present Keilh mail In lhe
musl siiii,ihi, grade "
CASE w ri nm: \\\\
111    U    K" ' I* .  i,,r a
local groceri lirm ip|    red hi
lute   Mavoi    M.i nml   1    .1.
Woods    1   l la)
morning on 1 elia m in
laa    .lllllll.ll            till (lh
prosecution bt in ,1 in
iln    in--.pi'lm *    \
Driving hi* Inu . Mir->
sin.uhli 1   « 1   llii 1  the
complaint      Tin
h'itlfli'1 ,      It llllll . ||      the
consideration  1h.1i ,1
pal   lln    i"   :        i   lh*   I.a|H|
VISITING CHIEF
Chiel   1.1 I'nIn,  Johnson   ami
Airs. Johnson limn Moose .'an,
ll'"      lh'      I'.U'       I "I      \|l        „lll|    Allll,
Ol'l        \   .IIUI      i'l      I   .ill        lllll        l,|Sl
week nnl     Chii I   I • hn-.. ,11   is a
detegatl   from  Moose   i,m   in
ih. ia.im ntioB *ai iii, , in, 1 n.n
st,ihles ui i ,in ni,, in   Vancou
mi     Hmi   Johnson  ami   111
\ .ni* 1 .in ven 1 ha 1 Iriends the
Iai it 1   ii.n ni;* inui   .1 resident
Dl       \laaai    I       .Llll |la|      llll  111*    StUt
pu 1 low i" ' inin.' it 1 *: .1 year
.mil a  liall  .1   '
MEETING POSTPONED
Th,*   regular  monthi;
, a,lllllll'     lulll  I'.      Ill' '  I lU a hl'llll
l,i|   Pal    11 sli lil.ll    III.■llllll;* 1
postponed  in ilu call   nl    the
Ji.ni
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
\Y
IND IT TO
Tl IOR INTEREST to
buv 1
leir 1 ools and 1 lan!
ware
here,  where  high
quati
ly reigns supreme,
hand
in  hand   with   (air
pricei
	
Every liuikling Trade will Iind lien-1 uiy tool and implement required, and llie prices mil In- found eiiiii'.etilly satisfactory.
We will appreciate a trial order and ynu will appreciate
our goods.
paine & McMillan
1 he I'lolli'i-t I lailduai'e
North Vancouver
IIMIIBLUieUIl
rmnwaai t_-a_!——v_i
SALE Greate*i Furniture Sale
Ever   Put   on   ic   Nonh   Vancouver
CASH        You Want The Furniture        CASH
COUNTS      We"  Want" The   Monty       PRICES
Bargains!     Bargains!     Bargains!
OME IN AND SEE
r ,, tta a ffW oi ih." ca:;i it.icfs
Roi ti titk l»i 1 * '                       te mirrors $9.50
(imI'ln Fiat 11 P        ,1 J7.85
It'*' tii'    S          ■■■ l -1    Usi    - £14.50
Iron Bsi'si                                        « $2.95
                           - $4.50
Extmiios   1 J7.75   $8.75   $10.50 ainl up
Sl'l 1 IAL I                              I        Bkhsti .1 $19.75
THE N. V. HOME FURNISHERS.
128   Lonrdale   Avenue I
llllllllllllllllllllllllllllM4f>tHHti44Ht
NOTICE!
Onr liiisiiiiss i*. now practically on a cash basis This tiialih's us to gift our customers the
*.i:re lii-^li claalfOOda we have alwavs handlid
nt it 11 lunch better prices than can In- obtained
Ironi stores lining a credit trade.
Trv an order anil compare quality ami price.
J. \. IL r\. McMiLLAN
fllHIIIIIil I IIHH|H**+HW I lllllllll t Hli
NOTICE
( you want to sell your Property, fill in blank space and
Ma'll   t<)
INKSTER & WARD
NORTII VANCOUVER
NAME  	
ADDRESS	
l.t i'l HLOCK  D
DKLKGATE TO C()NVl-.s
THIS
Chiel Davlei oi the local po
lice department la .1 delegate to
iln convention ol the tlmi roe
itablea "I Canadi which is be
lag iniil in Vanconver al the
preaent tlnn He li alao nil on
his holiday!! and bin ponltloa on
ilu- force is in-ill;' laken bj
I'mist,ilil. Stewart, lhi next In
priorty,
iirsii i-iii'i-;
Tin   lui'li lire   ill  lln   lit inin
aal      "||.|    '.lllll     .Uill     Ud       VV!
which   Ims Inin  ,1   continual
nun.ue in ilie iitv since lilt ah .
■eaaon began, hai broken nni .1-
Insli aiiil \\ nhn si|,11 ,1(11 inn,.ii
,iini   iiiiiiiii'    large   minims nl
suu'ke inse limn iln-  burning
,m.i    itlilih    a,illliut    lie    It,nil
til iinin the 11 .iie-i 1111 ine hydrant, Although \Ci ihn *.il.11
evening tin critnaofl wan t li nl
ll I'ellt'i lul .1 '.ilir-l llie ski ill-
illt.lllll;' iln proportions o| tin-
innil.i.'i,iiinn, iln- lollowing
iiniiiii * seemed to have
ilinl .nt,,-   a 11 Iderabl)      The
niinii distrii; 1 * *.tiil enveloped
in .1 hare ol smoki bul iln nn
mediate ilm ;i 1 appears  in I e
1* a       ■    I 'I Ila      I'll       Unit       1  III niU
llaalll      '    ll'l       ll'     I         llll
COS!       la.      I   ll'     lain  I'l       All'      ,lll'l
ui .1 I,. ,ilium I'uiliis Ave,

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