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Volume 1(1
Nokth Vancoivf.r, B.C., April 8, 1910
Number u
Council Meeting    I      Police Court
(.Special Mcoting)
The, lull council was present
at U'o special meeting held last
evening to consider what portion the city will be obligod to
pay in connection with the macadamizing and laving cement
sidewalks on Lonsdale Ave. between i,Uh and iXth streets.
His Worship Mayor May pro-
sided. After a discussion which
lasted till after n o'clock, it
was finally decided that lhe
city's proportion should bc only the street intcrsei-tions. This
was intended to settle not onlv
the point in qaestion, but to establish a rule that will be applicable to all works ol a similar nature in the city hereafter.
Engineer Hanes introduced the
question oi placing a main
storm sower down the length ol
Lonsdale avenue not only to
relieve the pressure on that
street but to accommodate all
cross streets which naturally
drain on that thoroughfare He
said that tlu-rc was practically
little use to make any permanent improvements until some
means was provided to carry
this surplus water awav otherwise it would soon weak the
surface ofl the street. He estimated that the cost would lie
soiin-where about Ji.S.ooo. Of
this amount the council were
not sure as to what would lathe city's share to comply with
l.iu- stipulations laid down in
the Municipal Clauses Act. It
was eventually referred to the
engineer to bring in an estimate
of the cost, and a report on the
proportions of thc cost to In-
borne by the city and local improvement or if the city would
be obliged to bear the whole
cost from the lact that it wa.s
a work which benefitted quite a
large portion ol the city and
consequently would not Inequitable to charge against llic
property in the immediate vicinity.
Sewerage was touched upon
but noting dclinite was accomplished.
The lollowin-; plans were
passed Norlh portion ol I). I,.
M\ blocks .'('.iA, in\, in\\,
:i„V'„ lljA and 22b\, I) I..
Ml and 545 ; blocks III and
Ji.'A, 1). I,. 544 ; blocks m,
225A and 242, D. L. 541 ; portion of D. 1, 5)4, conditionally ; block 227A, D. L: ,s|.i, and
blocks 1, 2, and \, i). I.. 517.
conditumalJv.
A communication was r-m-iv-
11I Irom .Mrs. C. 1. Hall asking
loi a grant to the May Hav
celcbrartion. The council de
nihil that 11 could nut see its
w .11 clear to make a grant.
POUCH   COMMISSIONERS
Mayor May and Commissioners .laeksun and McNeish vur,
present at the meeting ol tin-
police board held iu the dty
lull Thursday illuming. The
meeting was devoid ul partii u-
lar interest and principally the
ruiitine order ol business pre
vailed. The monthly report ol
the chiel ol police w ai read as
lollows Complaints received
and at (ended to 25, places ol
business lound open alter bouts
12, street lights reported not
burning J, report! ol aitule-
. iniiiili 4, reports of goods lost
"i stolen 4. case! in the police
court, drunkenness 4 and mali-
I ions damage to property I
During (he last mo-nth tho chiel
reported that there had not
been anv serious ollunces committed with the exception ol
the launch of **. II. I'aine which
was stolen but lound again. The
II port was adopted.
A communication was received Irom lhe city council asking
the board to lake steps lo have
all sign boards ileared oil the
streets on Sundays In regard
to the complaint that rigs were
allowed to stand on the I'.spla
Hade, the ihiel wa.s inslpii ted
i" allow the vehicles lo stand
tlu re so long as Ihev did uot
interfere with traflu. With reference to the dumping ol garb
age the (lml was instructed to
employ the chain gang in arranging for the utilizing "I Otc
of the street ends for this pur-
! Mrs. Paul Langley appeared
before Magistrate Kealy in the
police court .on Thursday morning on a charge of purse lilting, the coiitenls of which were
stated to be $20. Accused wus
represented by Mr. Hancock of
Vancouver. She pleaded not
guilty when the charge w aa
read to her. The complainant,
a Vancunver lady, asked to
have the case withdrawn, as institution ol the Inli amount had
been made with the understanding that Mrs. I.atiglev stand the
costs of tho court. I'he magistrate adjourned the case till the-
following morning tu allow of
this being done. Mr. Langley
was present and came forward
and settled up after the court
adjourned.
The act for which accused was
charged occurnd Wednesday alternoon on lhe ferrv wharl. The
complainant and another ladv
had just came ofl the (erry
when the (ortner's hand bag leil
open and her purse dropped out.
Accused was seen lo pick it up
but emphatically denied the
charge upon being confronted by
the loser. She vvas lost to view
up street and the police were
asked to detain her. Search
was made in the police court
with the result that a sum representing the amount said to
have been in the purse was
louiiil on hor person. She spent
the night in thc local lockup.
Bridge^Matters District Council City Ferries
Reeve  McNaught,  in a recent    The   regular  meeting  oi the1   Prolit and loss statement lor
interview in Vancouver, is cred- District Council was hekl   last the month oi February, 1910,
Local News Items
ited with making thc statement
that lie has buvers in sight ior
the necessary bonds lor the flotation of the Second Narrows
bridge scheme. The report goes
on to say that Reeve McNaught
was in Vancouver Wcdnesdav
for the purpose ol attempting
to make arrangements' lor the
amount of money lo be contributed towards the construction
of the bridge by the City of
Vancouver.    At   a preliiniuarv i^^>>^>>^>^p^._.„
(inference    which the   working _*, uf a l,W°-PIank ,WeW«lk °"
 ,_ ,i_ ,..;., ~£ 6 Dovercourt,   Camp
Mr. M. McWilliam is erecting
  a handsome residence on Keith
evening.   Reeve McNaught   was Cash Fare!  J   35.00 road.    He will occupy the p.c-
111 the chair aud all tbe council- Ticket sale!   (passcn)     3586.00 mises  himsell  when   they    are
lors were present. Ticket Sales (vehicle)     478.00 completed.
Mrs. Campbell,   secretary  „f Freight .Receipts     181.40'' 	
the school board, wrote to the Advertising  revenue  ...     12.00    Smith Bros., contractors, are
^^^ Mail subsidy        46.25 erecting a house ior iir.   Don-
  aid iv-uccc-nnan on iv.cuh ttmt,
ellect that the half acre adjacent
lo the school grounds should be
cleared, ll was relerred to tliu
engineer to psepare specihea-
ttons and call lor tenders.
F, Duttoii wrote declining to
accept thu contract for the lay
$4368.to between  St. George's and  bi.
Disbursements 4i>",. .-uuirew's Ave.
Estimated     monthly
depreciation 	
iV5-*>o
416.50
        pbell,   Frederic! and Church roads.
On   motion    of    Councillors
committee un the bridge scheme
had willi the Vancuuver cuiuicil
it was thought thai thev wuuld _____________________
give about iwooo, but later in- __*_>_* J""1  ._*"*_■'   ■*
formation  elicits the lact that l)orU'(l l)>' Councillor Allan,   it|
possible   that    this was |"csolvcd to do llns work •*'
^™ ^^™ day 1 iibor
Net loss over operating expenses    	
Certified Correct :
H< E. Kemp, Sec.-Treas.
220.64
it is quite    	
amount might lie increased as
it has lieen urged upon them
the m.mv benehts that wollld
.in rue if such connection between the north and south
shores ol Hurrard Inlei was
consummated.
N. V. YACHT CLl'H.
Au executive cuiiiiuiltec uiuct-
ing ol the N. V. Yacht Club
was held lasl evening in the
club's quarters when a consul, i
able amount of business w as
transacted. Nine new members
wiii added and among these
were several irom tbe Rov.u
Vancouver Yacht Club, Messrs.
E. II. Deane, Evans Diane and
E. K. Deane.
Capt. Cates nulilicd the Club
that he intended to present the
Club with a cup tu lie held lm
l-rrpiiiul competition and that
the club should decide the class
ol boats which it would Ik- given for. It was decided to oiler
H for cabin cruiser motor koala
to be (ompi'tul iur uvu a
course ol not less than JO miles
Tlui cup is said to be about 28
unin-, in height and exceedingly handsome Uing a l.n sum 1,
of some bullous uld cuitntiv
trophy.
lt is und. islood ihal the
Alexander and other prominent
yachts will Ilv the local colors
this season.
Standing luiiimiUccs as (ollows were appointed al lllc
meeting Finance commute.
Commodore Kolx-rison, Henry
Wuods and .1. B. I'aine ; motor
boat committee, J. J. Woods,
J. A. McMillan and Alexander
Smith ; sailing boat committee,
E. 11. Deane, V. W, Giliiiuur
and Dr. Campbell; rowing l-u.n
comiiiiiiu:, .1. N. J. Hrown, S. 1
Wight and .1   II. Hrown,
A ((-solution was passed ap*,
pointing the Cuiiiiitodi-rc and'
w, W. Giliiiuur a committee to
d I'a iv up spi win al ions (or a!
landing lo connect thc shore
with the boat house, and that;
tenders be ialKd lot the lull I
structiun ol same.
ttiili the new member! enroll
ed lasl evening lhe meiiil-ershi|
roll ul the club is now ncaili
liliy.
A. Huync- has removed irom
Vancouver and lakc-n a cottage
on Sl. George's Ave. near 4U1
street. Mr. Bayne is at preseut employed in Dr. Morrison's
dental parlors.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hay and
lamily moved over lu this city
today and have rented a house-
temporarily on iotb street until
tlieir new house already Started
on Keith ruad is completed.
Mr. Bali,'in Ker and lamily
have removed Irom Vancouver
into their new residence at the
corner oi 13th street and Moody
Aw. and will make their luture
home in this ciiy.
                                                                                  j   The Ladies' Aid ol the I V.
the retiring  school master  of committee whose object it was mg rates it was noted  that an Methodist chuich will hold   an
that  district,  was  tendered   a ,0 ■*■" the provincial univer- agreement existed  which  gov- Apron Sale and sale ol  Home-
farevvell   banquet in the   Insti- sU.v  iot sm  mainland.     The crned this matter, (tl) the clerk madc Cooking in the church on
tute hall tiiis week by   a large rmc 1(juml il ""able 10 attend was  instructed  to  notily   lu. Tuesday, April 18, from 2 p.m.
number of his friends    The pro- tllc nc,lt  meeting in Vancouver Uorison, manager ol the  lias Alternoon tea will be served.
gram consisted of an   excellent u" APril «nd- «"d he delegate" Ijngs hhmgle mill ilitg. Co.   ol 	
supper which was followed bv a Councillor    Bridgman   in    his this lact with tbe request that _n, c. A. Fraser, a iurmer
number oi speeches tending "to- stcad- he require his Japanese contrac- resident   ol  North   Vancouver,
ward the humorous  and other*!   Thc city clerk oi North  Van- tors lo observe thc preservation but ior  the past  lew  months
wise.     In   the  absence  ol  the 'couver iorwarded tbe lollowing °'  property.    D. Spencer,   kv domiciled   in   Vancuuver,    bas
guest   oi honor,   Mr. Huckley,'resolution  passed   by the  city \\__[ oi   tlle   1,oc*1   ul,lio»:moved back to this city
Capt. White, son ol Gen. While council recently : ta)"asking the League,    stated   that  In
of  South African lame, replied district to perform as soon   as ___*** not Jjquor was
to the numerous toasts to   Mr. possible certain deeds in counec
Buckley.     The climax    of    the j'011 with incorporation   iA lln
evening's entertainment waa tha tj1)'  oi North Vancouver J (b
presentation   oi  a   bandsouiu that section 249 ol the Munici ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
handbag lo .Mis. Buckley and a pal Clause! Act be noted in re->'un;ent year were submitted aa hold May Day celebrations this
^^^^^^^^^^^^ sms~sWmWsttttttttWm lollows;  Lynn   Valley   school, year un Friday, May 6th. Cum-
'_-.*. c_« —a.~J^^m^^m^m
The Keeve opposed     _• ,J*V oI X tttotnt  has
it on the grounds that the•' rented a house 011 the corner of
walk would benefit a very few 5th Btfttt and St. Davids Ave.
and not sullicient m  numbers jand wlU moVe m shorll>'■
to  w arrant this precedent  be- 	
ing established. ,   Mr. and Mrs. tt. I,. Keene ar-
A communication was receiv- nved home this week  after a
led from H. S. Cayley, secretary very  pleasant  trip  ol   several
'pro tern  ol the Mainland   I'm- months'  duration   to  the  old
occasion of his con. v«s'i)'    committee,   notifying country and through Europe.
■
On  the _
templated departure Irom   the the r*ve lhat hc had 1kM
Lynn  Vallev, Mr. A.   Buckley, l)0",tKl * member of that joint
again
was and is occupying her house   on
^^^^^^^^^^^^^>*'ng bth slreet near yueensbury Ave.
sold  at  Capilano ou Sundays. 	
The clerk was instructed to ask At a special meeting   ul   thc
for lurcher mlormation. citi/.eus   ol   New    Westminster
The school estimates ior   ihe held recently it waa decided   lo
pair of pipes lo Mr. Buckley.
Kev. A. M. Sanlord, chairman oi tbe Vancouver district,
will preach in the Methodist
rlNKl next Sunday morning.
gard to tbe connection of roads 'o|low^^_^_^_^_^_
and streets at intersection of i^.yyS i North Star school, >2 ■ ntttcea were appointed and all
city and district; (c) that tbe- JI6° i Lapiiauo school, »i,i6j ; arrangements made lor the aw
district instal a number oi wa- 'eecretarys salary, >i»o ; school ual merry time.
ter meters aad that the council slte- N.ooo. total, »lo,5uu. 	
proposes that the city be paid!   The   lollowing    plans   were
half  ol  the total water  rates P«sscd : Tart ot D.L. 355 I   lot
AT THE HOTELS
—— received from district cousuin- °i _*»•   ^uHH ; lota 1, 2, 3, 4,
Kev. Mr. Kochwier, general ers ; -d) that the district con- block 3, D. L* 6ou ; easl hall
secretary ol the Lord's Day Al- stable be inatructed to prevent lot Ji a). L. 2022 ; lot block |,
liaUicc, will preach at tiie inorli- Japanese contractors breakini, D- L- 624 I south hall ul D. L
ing service in St. Andrew's the city's telephone wires "*s3 I Wo*-*! i"3 and 104, D. L.
churili and in lhe evening will along the Lynn Valley road. j-'u4l I lots 4-2 and 45. block 20,
conduct llu- serenes at the Me- 'Resolution (a) was relerred lu u- -<• !*» j blocks 18 aud IJL
thodist church Kn tochca- the clerk ; (b) thc clerk was in* V l>- 2075 I loU 1, 2, 3, 4 and
let's Held covers the entire Do- siructcd lo reply that thc coun-'5. vvest quarter oi D. L. Huy
minion and Ins addresses 111 cil alwavs had and would in the .conditionally ; part ui D. L.
tins city next Sundav will deal future co-oper-jln with thc citv !7<M conditionally ; part ui D.
with the application of lhe in that connection; (c) the an-M« b1b- Those reierred back
ford's Day Act thruughoiit Uu gim-er was instructed to instal *** 1 'ut b> Mock 1, D.L. 553 ,
Dominion ul Canada. lhe  necessarv  meters.   Regard- M "B" Mock D.L. 2u26 ; lot 1,
^ _ j block 2, D.L. 827; west hall ol
■^■^^^,""^"^"-™^™,,^™™~^"^~—,,^™—"block "E" D.L. W41 ; S. tt.
r
J. C. C.rady, an clutiiiian "I
Vancuuver, has rented a cottage in Kelvin Grove, Keith
Koad.
Capt Hal-rock is erecting a
two-storey block on Sicavi
street near lhe lornn ai I,mis
dale Ave. The bmldini;, when
completed, will be utili/ed lm
tiires aliil "Hues mi the gruiind
lloor and rooms hIkiv,*. Messrs
Tuck and Hlevcer have the cun
tract lor its cons<*ructiun.
lose,   the  refuse to be   burned
a ter
Samples ol material lur potto
uniforms were submitted and
those ol l.aurin the N V ui|
ir accepted.
^
MAY DAY CELEBRATION
Public  Nominations  for May  Queen
Mav Day will be be celebrated thii year on Wednesday,
Miy llth.
Arrangement* have been made to conduct the election
al the May Queen through the medium ol the Exprew upon
thr lollowing plan :
Nomination* will be rr. rived at the Express office up to
six o'clock p. m. on Thursdav. April 14th. Any nomination
signed bv ten Iwna fide hmi" holders in the city or the district
ol No; lh Vancouver and onr nomination from r«ch society
or nrgamuhon in lhc cily 01 divtncl will be iccepted.
Beginning wilh (he edition of Fridiy, April 15, one billot will be printed in rich I opy ol eich issue of the Express
up lo md including the issue ol Tueidiy, Miy 3rd.
Each ordimry ballot a|»peiring in the Express will
counl is onr vote. In addition to this 1 second billot will be
imnted to counl as 30 voir*, one of which will be given lor
each nrw subscription lo thr Expresund 1 third billot t"
counl for 10 votes which will lie given (or eich renewil sub
srnption. Eich of these two list nimed bollols mutt br
<ignrd bv thc mimger nf thr F.xrjrrss m order to be valid.
Ballot b >xi*< will br placed it severil convenient pliers
in thr city, which will br announced latter.
1 hr ballots will br counted eich Tuesdiy and Friday
morning, by 1 commtttrr ol prominent citizens and thr proorrs.v
ol the poll will br rrgularly innounced'in the Express. Thr
hnil count will br madr on ihr rvrning ol Wrdnesdiy, Mav
4th and published in ihr Exprrss on Fridiy, Miv 6th.
llir names ol thr nnminrrs will be publiihed in the Ex*
preu ol Fridiy, Apnl 15, bul no mention will be mide of
the persons or the society signing the nomination.
Nurth Vancouver—
t. Brown, Vancouver
A. Wallace
U. Ue
(I. Anderson
J.C. limery
R. 11. Rulher, Langley
M. Worsoe, S. S. hisa
C H. and Mrs. White, Seattle
Palace-
Henry Smith, Vancouver
11. G. Smith,
M. Alar tin
G. 11. G. Green
S. M. Tnacker
S. Smith __M
BUSINESS  LOCALS
Jack Loutet and N. Lonsdale
Elder Murray Co. lire insurance
UA.vriiD-Cbauibcriiiaid
l'alacc Hotel.
quarter of 0. L- lotSi , north
cant quarter D. L. lu&y ; block
54 ol "B" D.L. 202b ; part ol
U.L. 5V» ; part ol D.L. 85J and
D.L* s"*i* Mr. I'. Larson submitted a plan ol D.L. 12*5
which was referred to the cU*
engineer. Thc follow iug linancial   accounts were naiwd
Board ol Works $0,39,}, Finance ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Committee   $594.52,   Capilano |~—""
water worka f 1,193. \t ANTbU-Second hand piano
Councillor Bndgmau reported K00*1 lollt oa **>)' ^ssiut-ie-
regarding the council's visit to sponsible person.   Apply hi. b.,
Woodlands and Deep Cove,    it Express^ 4-5
was resolved to have a re sm   ———-———-—
vcy to  Deep  Cove to take aa      HJK   SALE—Agreement    ol
vantage  of  tbe oiler made   lu  Sale on  Lyun   Valley acu-age,
Mr.   Francis  to provide lot   a,dated  Feb.   iu,    i*.i*      Value,
better grade. >;y, t>, U and ib muuihs al;
It   was   ii's.'licil   that   Alt. per   cenl.    A.   hi.   Waghorne,
Cowan   bc  appointed constanlc .North Vancouver,
lor Seymour district. ■ 	
ll was further resolved to call    liGGS  FOR SALfc. t'lborou-
for tenders ior the opening   up gbbrcdj   Barred   Rock,   >i   lor
' a road to district lut   I061 setting ;   Indian Runner Ducks,
and 1063 on the receipt  of   as   ,1.2s,   per   doz.    A. Sherwood,
nraiices that substantial build
mg  operations would In-  com
matted on the properties.
The revenue bylaw   ior   ilu
tar was  linally adopted    and
igned.   A resolution was pass-
cur, ibth and olabou.
TO RliNT-Furnishid ruoms,
central. Apply to R C, Express Olhce.
=J
' 1 that the engineer be einpuw- \\ A.M l-;i)-Voung girl m il
ed to engage a draJtsmaii to ded) wuiuau ior light huuse
'pare a complete plan ol the work t'.uud home and wages
•triit showing all subdivision Phoae is-'.   Box 175.
.   -vv n to date on a large   scale	
,|lltc uae. PhamaHn   i'>e   ind West
Hie  reeve   taa appointed    a .Mrs. IV Kiser.
imiltee to interview the   H.	
Klectric Ry Co. ia regard lo WANTED - An experienced
.I'ljusting the district applica- general servant. Good wagci
'ion lor electric power for the will be paid. Apply Mri. A. F
■■'Hot and air compressor Kealy, St. Andrew's Ave., near
!liint- Fifteenth Street. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
COME
.in
d see us at
THE NEW STORE
Just above the City Hall
EXTRA SPECIAL
Cash Bargains
IHIS MON III
TOLLS DISPENSE WITH
An auspicious a ,* mn was
celebrated at New '* * MUUllbler
last week "ll the "       "" ol tki
lilting  ol   the  luili eX«pt  tu
railroads  on  the
asset ol good ru.uls which shall
be at  once a credit to  and   I
most   favorable   ailvcrtiseineiU
lor British Columbia.
lu road Work proper   ami   m
bridge building, Uic department
. iproposes lo spend Uns uar   ap-
brulire across the rrasei   river. »   r        .    r     .      ■
.,.,  a»                         t„,„,.,i proximately double laat  years
lhc citizens oi thai -») tuiiivii |i t_ ^ ^ h __  __-u nri_
out in lorce to welcome  this
juveriiiiidii
Carpet Squares
Everything Reduced
54  and   ity   Lonsdale   Av..
event as it wus OM ul tlu
greatest pleasures tbe) conld
wish Ior. -Many prominent ollicials were praaeat and i num
bei ul .i.ldlesses mie given l.y
civil  and ulllel  ull'iul.s   among
estimate, Hide, having been pi
vided in the CUReat year's i-sii-
liiales J 1,720,150, as contrasted
with >897i5&5 'ur iyuy-10,   aad
held uver appropriation! tiring*
illg the available liillds   at coin
maiial lor the, ciui'iiii year up to
verv   uiiisiilii.ibly   more    man
whom were Mayoi lay lor, .1.
1). Tavlor, M.l'.,' I-. J. Mckaf tWu "nlllu"s "' lm,lu'-N'
/u,  Al.l'.l'., member lor Delta, I   tot  bridgu  iiiiil   c.insuiuiiii'ii
and C. Vi. Creightoa reprn-en, repaii work throughout the pro-
lug the provincial government.Ivincc 'be expeaditure during un
The latter formally declared the preaent Uecal vear ol no leaa  ■
The University
The residents ol the Delia
have passed a resolution ili.u
in their opinion 11 would be in
thc best interests ol the entire
province lu have the provincial
university located in or near
llie city ui Vancouver. The iiu
oi North Vancouver has taken
.1 similar stand in rcspcci to
the location oi that institution
being ou the mainland or the
island. The local resideiiis led
however that .North Vancouver
district can oiler a site that
would be more pri-lerahlc liom
every puint of view lor the location ol the provincial iiimci-
sity than any oi the neighboring municipalities to llu soiuh lun
ol Burraird Inlet.
UOIOK REGULATIONS
Several drastic changes In the
bylaw regulating the sale uf li-
i-llor   ill   Victoria   wen   decided
upon at .1 recent meeting ol the
health and morals committee 01
llu* iiiy council oi that city,
and   the   same   will   lie  made
recommendation! io thc lull
board at iis next meeting,
It 11 proposed llial on and alter .luly 141I1 nexl all place*
wlun liiptui is sold will require
to clone at 11 p.m. ont) dav in
ilu- week, ihus altering lllc
hiiiiis observed by saluulis and
hotels which may under the
present system remain open until 1: midnight, except on Sat*
UrdaVS,   when   llicv close al  11
budge Iree lol  Ualhc.
1-AVORS   MUNICIPAL OWNED .L-;i,i-;i'iioNiis
The Kalsu board ul Uade has
declared ia lavor ul municipal
"iviHislnp ol telephone!. Ate
remit meeting ti. 0. Buchanan
■poke intelligently on the mat
ler, instancing huvv guvcriiiiieui
ownership oi telephone! had
been iur years one ol the 1...
contentions  attvocatad bj  the
Associated Boards ol Trade and
he lur une did nol prupose lo
lei the mattei rest.    A resiilu-
suiii   Uian   J"\VI,""" is coiUeni-
plaici, taking into account the
>jjo,ouo appropriated  iu>   ilu
new  bridge over Bin rami   lnlcl
at ihe Second Narrows, as well
H an cipial amount in unexhausted appropriation! ol i *-**►*- ♦
in m connection with works
nuw neariag completion, m
addition io ihis record amount
ul bridge vvurk, between >.s,v""'
and Miu,""" is lu be expended
in the protection ul river bank*
lruin erosiou (n work Icgunua
tcly devolving upon the tederai
guverntiientj and J-rej,*"" (u*
lhe erection ul wharves, wiih a
lurUicr tutal ul pitSoo nt lei
ry subsidies and bridge   lenders
—a grand total ut considerably
over ilucc-qUiirters ol a million
dollars   ia   this   vears   votea
uou  was  passed   appointing  a
committal ui im- to watt un tne
Kalsu   cily   council   and   tUgi
Ihein tu   talkc   over   the    loci,
, alone lul bridees, wharves, uv
svslein and operate it, and  ex-      .     .    . , *, '     .
1 1 L er bank i-roticuoii, etc.
lend il as iar as the municipal r
law allows. A«   appropriation   ol  M,-,*
has  been   made   lor   lhe K.un
imps-Nuola   rn-
LYNX   VALLEY
One mn Ceiiiri' Umul ncir iur ivilli iioml linii-e and rliiikiii
run, mn* hs|| mi oul in linull Iruil fur t*25lX). |100Q canh, bilmice
urrHii-ri-d.
A iniiiiln*r nf pod Inn- Steal mr fi r WO Ud fcluO     |50 cash,
bahwi 0 #10 p'-r mii,
NORTH   LONSDALE
Wc have a few lOOllSSIl loti hi I'.I.. WT ail Inun MM) to MflO each
The r.- it. .t r..a.I luting upi ned Irom l.ynn V'«ll»v to LmihIim avi-iuic,
righl thhiii-ih Ihliprupariy,
Sea'u« fir IoIh mi ami nuar ilm new   II luli-vard,   |SBQ and up.   I4
i-ii'-h. iiniaiiii*,* li, m, it and -i*
li mu laiivi- anv Lynn V:ill.-y pi *|>"iv I.a sell aa are in 11 ponilinn
tu Iniiiili,* it, us wn have a hr.iiuii ottk.il In llif Valley
U. iv. V .un*.*
AV. vi, Li,
G. W. VANCE & CO.
tor. 8lh & lonsdale   l'lione 17b       Branch Ofr,ce-Lynn Valley
J-'.^
o""
.all
NliW RECORD
On the HAb ul March a mw
record ior the delivery ol mails
irom Loudon, Eng., lo Valeria, Ba C was ustalillslieil.
that date the mails cam
russ the Ailaniic on tin t un.ird
liner Lusitama were received at ed hciedil ; and 11
Ul 1
ac-
lll   additiou   leslalllallls pits
Healing liquor licenses will not
as Uovv lie -JcliiillU.il lo dispose
of lupioi willl meals al IM)
ume ol tlic day or night, bm
will also to be Limited to lhe 11
n'i lock hour.
Tiun, again, the dosed box in
iistaiirants must ^u. 'lhe a-
iiiciideil liylaw will |iiovlde thai
no liuxcs In* permitted, nor p.u-
llllulli'd spaces UCCpt ul a slat-
lours or cur-
PUBLIC  WORKS  DEVELOP*
MENT
Uic- Lewis Creek ruad ; )3,Ooo
on the Malakwa and Mara
road; Jj.ooo 011 lhc Korth
Thompson road, east side ; >:,-
Beginning with the- lirst ol lha joo on the North Thuinpsuii,
pic-sent month an era ol road, west side ; fl,000 on lhc lirand
bridge, trail and wharf eiectioo Pr.uiii-Vernon ruad ; ll.ooo on
and dyke construction will be thc Reserve Creek road * >-*"""
coiuiiieliced   such .is has   never 1111 Ibe road Irom Kaull to bal
belore beea inaugurated la ibis mon Ann ; and (7,000 on main
province by the provincial too- imnk roada m the vkiniiy
ROYAL  STANDARD
Tlic Roui wilh thc absolute guarantee
IS
becoming more and mon- popular.
A
reason (c r this is:—   It is
SUPERIOR
to anv other brand of
FLOUR
on thc maikct at any pnee.   Every sack guaranteed.
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co. Ltd.
Vancoaw,   U.l'*
eminent Minister ol l'tiidn
Works Taylor has mapped ont a
campaign ol development! lur
this season that promisis lu In.l boon to the province. Ruad
luliilieU,    siipc-liiltcildenls_    and
uihers dirccily   interacted otti-
uils 111 charge aro urged to uae
11  possible diligence and viui-
the Victoria ]iust ollim in exactly y;4 days. A large amount
oi credit is due,to J. A MeLeod, superintendent ol railway mail service ior tlu bUtel
iug of the mail savin aad tin
new system inaugurated parti)
through his eilorts.
tains will be permitted lo these
spans. This regulation is I"
apply to all rest,iin ants, whether they be licensed ur nut.
POUCH COURT
l-'clix   John, an  Indian,   who
 Wais Up 111 the poltCC COUrt    bi
. „  ..„,   ,. , . lore Magistrate Kealv on Wed
A CONTAGIOUS CANDIDATK luS(Klv *orBiB| „„ j^ „,
  being    intoxicated    with   the
A  candidate   lur   municipal l0^   in his possession i*lead-
honors,   irritated  by thc luck- ^  lhat he had met a   Iriend
ini
ling and lhe groans ol discontent Irom the back benches, exclaimed luriuiisly : "Well, I
daii't care what vou say, you've
gut to have um whether you like
it or not." "Whv, guv'nor," 111
whom lit did not knuw in Vancuuver whu had supplied the
beverage and the IWO bad set
about devouring the content! ol
lhe bottle and alter blushing
that   had    obtained    another
quired a plaintive voice  Ironi which has howover pui lum un
the back ol the hall. "You .un 1 lUr ;1,ul "Iter arriving in Nortl
Salmon Arm.
Large expenditure! arc pro
jcciiil  throughout  thc Lillooel
disirict, the allotment ui  the
principal items bdfig as lurciin-
dii >:.-.,"oo 011 the Cariboo
111.un trunk ruad . $4,000 mi lhc
I.illoiui-l,yttoii road , $1
ini tin Minion lo Cadwaldcr
gv in advancing the various 10a,i j (4,000 lor the Pemberton
works unhcr their supervision Portage road , JjaOOO lor Ihl
Bo lhe tarlust iompli>ti"ii colli- Churn Creek l-'errv in.id to
patible with lirst quality   WOlk llaiucville j    (3,000     l"l      the
that will stand the test ol time  chimney Creek road . ^.| 1 lm
lCxtra progressiva method! tin, Clinton-Alkali l.aki road ;
are to be adopted ill this years ,m| (1,300 (or the road from
road work, no less a sum than Clinton by wav nl Kdlie'l
(40,000 being laveated by tin i,akc.
department over which Hon in Vale the main trunk road
Mr.  Taylor presides, in ui-t'r calla   lor   an   expenditun    "1
about (l3,U00; Headman's Creek
iaa.nl. >.-,"""; lln Highland Valley   road,   (3,00O;   the    Hope*
pcuin  r I,   (1,300 ,tln   Mc-
Kay-Loring road, (s,oon , tlu
Merrilt-llainiltoii    Uill     road,
iln   Nicola-Princeton
(6,000 ;    the     Spciicc's
Bridge Niuil.i road, (j,i , and
the   Venables Vallev   road. S2,-
IKK).
l.l 1
thc    blooiiiin'
you ?"
measles,     arc,
Vancouver    did   nut
anything until he wakane
hind tho irun bars of the   law
The magistrate commented up
Mr.   and   Mrs*   A. I'hilip   ra   on his elastic iiuukuv .uul as .
turned    OU    Mmulav     Irom    I cniiscipuine   tilled gilil Ss*    UV
pleasant week-end trip to Hai   corti n  three monthi' Impris
risou Hot Springs. oiinunt.
Ill  Uli-Ui
dati machinery.    Included an
iiunicrous powerful rock ctu.Ji
ers;   while,   experience   hav 111,.
dciiiolisir.ited    the   wisdom
this  course,   the   very   general
USO ol dunkev  ellgmes has   been
adopted in connection arith road J6,oui
construction ihruugh beavilv mail,
timbered conntry,
it is the intention ot thc pi
vincial minister also, parlicu
larly with respect to trunk
lines, to endeavor to canj lor*
er ward hcreidter whatever road
work is undertaken, upon a per
manent  lyatcm, thc arorkmen
iiuvvniiig up .unl roacadamiting
all principal highways as
grc-ss npon  1 lieiii   is  111
tlial the province may hi
ilium jn future the pen
NOITII V4NC0LVLH ftRRY IMC UUI
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Not un Sunday.
Time Table subject to change without notice.
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III11 III II I'M I Ml III HUH
I Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods
Gent's Furnishing and Fancy Store.
C   i*„r. •:,..! *,„! I,*i,».l»li-Ave. MaMtcaedMN Trle,.laa.eM
as   pro-    ,      /Ws^S
t.:. m&_y
'■__ ./brushiul
HHHHWIIMI III II Mil 11 III IIIII llll II llllll MUIII III IIII HI IIIM
First Street
TWO laat. a,I,     |H   St.,  I
dale.   MOOmA.   ttthu
(Folio 62).
1  11 r-1 Mo'. i'Mt ol hin*-
>    '..  llllllll. '    C.  I'.' lll'llll III.
Second Street
Thn-,. Int. .ni lml si tin nu Math, in'-'iid block,
winl ol l/iii-ilaU'. IJOOO a.i. *, I, in.ii, hnlanci* I,
12 and lHmontht.   (FolioM
Third Street
ird, clow in Lomdalt
anci-i'i. I'j monthi.    tu
Fourth Street
I/il nu   Mi.   .1     LoDtdal* Avi*     MOO,
IMOOi-ai'li.liil.iiiii'i'. 1- nthl,   (FolioIM).
If) fool lot   "li   nl,   Si.
11700.   »';" nib, I'lliiiic'
1 Folio 611
mar  Mah**n amine
I,  || ami   Is iniHilhc
Sixth Street
l.iat mi Mii St,,MM Kiilupway.   IHiiO.
baluNel, 1-. Ismiintln.   1 Folio 411.
1, laah,
Seventh Street
l.'il.nir. Till Sl. ami Hood*.  Ave.   llllllll.
a.i-! ,   .iliiin'i'i'i, II mmilli.   (FoHoTSa).
PH    ;;
Eighth Street
l'lia.*  lut  1111,1   oft ll.inli-varil,   tlctM Koiith. .1
aMfaileni rim,   Imti   1*71 taib.  Biilanif «
nth*.   iK.'lii. Ili'I*
trn*
Fifteenth Street
• i.ii mi 1Mb, near Bewick Ac
iitlaiieed llanmtbi..  (Folio in
|n75.      ,,
Tut ilurr  hi  Ihr
in ai 1.1 • \    Inund
thrre   In   ihr    irrvlec
lha-.r  M.l  Purr Palalf
•loa* can tn.'.
J J It is no hard thinR to
make a paint that
looks c"'"l in tbe can
—<x sounds good in
the advertiang ud
YDUcotildn 1 t.ll the
ilifT'Tt-nce beforehand,
Hut it it nnt su eaiy to
put together the pun I
materials in thr BM t
expert way-and then
to   add   "nc    s|ai.i.il
ingredient   greatly
lengthen the paint'1 life
-and that's what you
i^"t when you buy
» Onr specials tur this week Ke as follow:
< White l-i.mn.lt-tt-.i.>. tatf. 15 ani iocl» Per>'J'
■j Beautiful linee ol  Girie' Sailor  and
Brown Hoys' Sails,  in navy blue, duck,
■nnl
white drill *J'5ul°
Busier
$3
« Had spe. i.illv to be noted is our complete line 0
Ladlei, dints. Hovs ,md Infants Hosiery in all
gradei and at prices the moil nioderale.
«  Prints and Duck specially selected as
to quality and design, per yd  10c. to
I5c
DRESSMAKING on the Premises
-J4fHWW+l-fH«I+H+H-
.l-.t-T-JnftTttil-l-
See our list of good buys
The Canadian Financiers, Limited,
14 Lonsdale Ave.     Phone SI5
Head Office, 632 Granville St.,
I
M-I/,RE
PAINT
Forty   colors,  for every
fainting purppM, made liy
mperial Varnish & Color
' Co., Limited, of Toronto
Phone 5900
Z
4
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ll. riiiiiiniiiili'il 111*1 lm Mh
l,y
NOBTH VANCOUVER HARDWARE
Company, Local Agenth.
PALACE
HOTEL
Kills:
ti.oo   pel    .md    "p.
Special utes ti. (ani-
ilias nml to ragulai
hoarder!	
FM lii Mi op C008I
REDA ..V'ANDRUSS
PROPRIBTOBS
Sh.is,, Sikki.i,   .-•••   NOKTH   VANCOUVER, B. C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT
Richmond Electoral District
TAKU NOTlQv THAT 1 have received objections in writing to the retention ol the following names on the Register ol Voters lor the Richmond Electoral District on the grounds
set opposite each naine.
ANT) TAKK NOTICE that at a Court of Revision to bc hold on the -'nd day ol May,
lyio, at the City Hall, Notth Vancouver, 11. C, alien o'clock in the forenoon, 1 shall hear
and determine the said objections, and unless thc persons objected to, or sonic other provincial voter or voters on their behall satisfy ml- that the said objections are not well founded,
1 shall strike the names oil the said Register.
Dated lliis 7U1 dav of April, 1910.
THOHAS SIIKl'HKRD,
Registrar of Voters for Richmond Electoral District.
Reg. No.
Name
Address and Occupation
Ground of Objection
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374
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515
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671
673
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719
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Alx-rcronibic, Elwood  Lulu Island Farm Laborer  Absent
Adam, Wilfred    Magee Rd, l'oint Grey, Laborer Absent
Adams,  William    Terra Nova, Farmer    Absent
Allison, .lames  Dinsniorc Island, Fisherman    Absent
Arnup, John    Sea Island, Farm Laborer  Absent
Beer, James    Slevestoli, Customs Olhcer 	
Bumll. Henry    {Sea Island, bridge Caretaker Absent
BartOB,   William    Steveston, Minister ,.,. Absent
Cartwright, Geo, Albert..111. i», Sub. 151 and 153, Or. 1
Carpenter    Absent
Cold, liii George  Sea Island, Kburne, Farmer  Absent
Cooney, James  Sea Island, libunie, Fanner    Absent
Dal/iei, Andrew  Lulu Island, Farmer  Absent
Mabel, Albert William ...Steveston,    Baker     Absent
Diivir, William  Kburne,   Fisherman    Absent
Dingwall, Roliext M Sea Island, Farmer  Absent
Diillaiiicl, Charles   Jericho, South Vancouver,
Fisherman  Absent
Kllit.tl, R. Krncsl   Central 1'ark, Laborer   Absent
Fibres, Charles  Steveston,   Merchant  Absent
Garvin, Samuel  Sea Island, Karmor  Absent
Gray, John Moore  Bowcii Island, Kiigiueer    Abaeut
Griggs, Forest Trueinau   Kburne,   Storekeeper   Absent
llevl.uidt, Oscar l-'i.iuge.t
Ilewich     :nd Ave. Sleveslon, B.irbivr	
Hogg, George Riddle  Bowen   Island,   Farmer  Absent
liuin., Thomas Vincent ...Gibson's Laiudiug, Logger    Vbsenl
Keeling, 'Ihiiiuas Juiin . Anvil Island, Farmer  Absent
King, George  Bowen Island, Ilu., Laborer    Absent
I.aing, Thomas  Lot 12,   It.   5,    N.R. 7, tt.   S.
Vancouver, Farmer  Absent
Laiieville, Dolphis   Lulu Island, Farmer    Absent
Leonard, George    Steveston,  Shoemaker   Absent
Mat 1 hew son,  l'eler  Kbunic, Lulu Island, Fisherman Absent
Alilne, Robert lt Tyson Rd., Hillcrest, Engineer., Absent
Moore,  William  Joba ...Bowca Island, Aimer  Absent
Morrison, Alexander    Sti vest..11, Contractor     Absent
MiK.iv, Godfrey    Steveston, Farmer    M.sent
Mi Liml, Roderick Sea Island, Farm Laborer   Absent
McMyn, John  Sea Island, Fanner  Absent
N orris, Kric Gunn    Sea Island, lvl.iinie, Gn.ver Absent
Park, ttilliain James McMillan's Ranch, Fanner  Absent
l'ciisoii, William S    Sea Isl.iud, Fanner  Absent
Rev nobis, Norman A.   ...Lulu Island, Laborer  Absent
Ki nc. 111, Duncan  Terra Nova, Cuiitcryinuii  Absent
Shave, Ambrose      MaGee Rd , Point Grvy, Winder.. Absent
Siiiilhson, Herbert    Stcuslou, I'jiginetr Absent
T'liiipsett,  Kdivm \\ altci l'oint Grey, South   Vancouver,
Laborer    _ Absent
Will, William  Acme Isld., Fisherman    Absent
Wilson, Kdward Dinsniorc Isld., Fisherman  Absent
Wither, Peter _ Lulu Island, Fanner   Absent
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ILLUSION
NORTH   VAXCOl'VKR.
I
I     ||||fl||     God ami 1 111 space alone,
And liobod)  else ill view .
General Contractor And where aro ihe people, 0
clkakIm;. i.KAl'l.Vti,   KXiAVATJ      Lunl5" 1 said,
IM, Lii .-The earth bciicalh and the sky
235 Fiutin street wesi. - iii wm . ,"'i'r',l'ad;
1 And   the   dead   whom       luce
._    .  S-BS I J. ___ w *, •
W. J. BALMAIN j"™-*1   **• « _*»**." t;°'1
** sliuUil aiid said,
C, Vll.     atN.a.N.KH „A   inm   l)li(l    ^   mmd   u<   w
(Jii.inlilv Survpycr nnd Arrliilect lr(]
There were no people, living or
dead,
Nn  earth l-encath   ami no   sky
o'erhead,
There   was   only     HyitU    lid
you."
And  why do I leel no Icar .'"
I said,
' Muting yon here this way,
LATE D.PLOCK-WR.CHT   HiaT *■* l *" y
And   is   there   Heaven, .unl   is
then Hell
And   is    ilus   the    liidgiineni
Day >"
"Nay, tln.se Were bill drciUlls,"
llic Great God said,
Dreams   that   have ceased   to
Hurt utt- no such things as hai
and sin,
And   you   yoursell,   \on   ibave
nev-ir been,
There is nothing al all but lh."
llmlled
Wiih to inform tlieir uuk*
tomrra that they an- creeling
adrv-kiln anil will In- in a
position to ilippiy
Kiln Dried
Lumber i
of all kinds within two vyci-ks
SEYMOIR LIMBER
CO., LED.
Wiom ta
17th Street, North Va-Kttim
CHA1TBI MONGKRING
In the Ottawa Senate Senator Davis moved a bill to provide for the incorporation of
Railwav charters bv the Kail-
vv.n I'niiiiiiisslnn ilisli.nl I )l bv
Ail nl Parliament in order lhat
what is known as dialler innn
geriflg might be (lorn avvjv
wilh and the tunc ol f .nil.1
ment taken up with BON important matters than lhc pass
ing of charters lor the mithnr-
11.iiimi nl i aiihi.ivs whuh mold
never be built. It was shown
liv * 1 ntistus that from tu BO to
1404 parliament had a'ltli.niui-d
the   incorporation   of  nr>    less
than sixty-live companies md
outside of the C.I'.R. Grand
Trunk, Grand Trunk l'acilic and
Canadian Northern than bad
only been built 461 miles ol
roads.
lt   is   understood   that    Mr
Sidney   Humphreys,  the popular city treasurer, and Mr*   M
It. Martinson are each contemplating erecting a rcsiduiie  mi
Nye street.
Rev. J. H. Hull, ioriiullv  ol
Hartley, Man , was the  guest
over  Sunday of Mr.  and Mrs
\V. Graham, Lonsdale Ave.
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
■SHIPBUILDERS.
ENGINEERS fr
Boi'crmakers.    .   .
Mariae .md Stationary En*
cim and Holler Work prompt-
Iv execuli d.
Telephone ioj
North Vancouver
We have a House and Lot on 17th Street.   A Good Buy.
We have a cleared Lot on 4th Street for $3100, Good Terms.
We have some good buys in 273.
We have Lots in all parts of the City.
BISSELL, BROWN & SNYDER
64 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
MAIN  OFFICE:—264 Hastings St. E., near Empress  Iheatre
FOR-
Fresh
Groceries
- CALL AT -
HICKMAN'S
THK QUALITY STORE
Have you looked up our
Fresh Meat department, lor
quality and price ere  cannot
be beaten.
Why go  down the hill
when wc can supplv
all nun wants
C.R. HICKMAN
Groceries and Meats
Phone 40
III Lonsdale Avenue
ALEXANDER P.
RBILLY
Teacher of
Artistic Pianoforte
Playing
North Vancouver,   Saturdays
Studio Address, 939 Davie St.
Phone R.5732.
0. K. Woodyard
Ci.K 17th St. »xn Mii'inv  Vn,
Mil. itOWWOOd 1111V   IcIUlll.
11..iil.l.- i.'ii.l (lull ('"'nil (5 00
il. liviT'il All"' iicm-nd eon-
tructini!, clfHring, —rethafi
patlng, ite
F. B. DAY
l'lione HI.
IV. II   Mnn. y
J   II.Ill
ALEXANDER SMITH £> CO.
NORTH   VANCOUVER
—a^— I
LONSDALE AVENUE KSl'I.ANADK
FIRST STREEI BOULEVIRD
ANU D. L. 265
We have exclusive sale ol the beal properties in the
above.   Call ami inquire.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
II  Lonsdale Avenue
Phonee—Offlce 24       House 22        P.O. Box 50
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10. K. BAKERY \
t And CONFECTIONERY t
BREAD, CAKES, PASTRY. BTC.
FRUIT, CANNES,
0IOAR8 AND TOBACCOS
STATIONERY, MAGAZINES
OFFICE SUPPLIES, ETC.
I Fred. Bosquet,   Pro|>. \
Y   U Lonsdale Ave P.O. Box 13       Phono 13   f
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SIGNS OF SHUNT.
.ire seen iii the lengthcnim;
dayi and brightening sun.
Soon it will bc time Ul io
your Spring renovating, la-
ride and outside
SI-LKCT VOU1 PAINTS
here and -now. That mil givi
vim plclitv ul leisuii t" mn
Hn eolor sclii-incs ami ej-
luts. alld will also insure ymi
the lliiil ipialltv nl paiatl Iii
tarry them out.
•Stoney <& Co.
117 L
Pliom 149
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
Launch "West Vancouver," Captain Findlay
Licensed lor 35 passengers
TIME TABLE	
Uui. Ltitn Vinrnu..!
Hollyburn Wlurl Cllf rarrln' Whirl
lvrr> D»i| f >i .ft (Minday
7.30 a.m. 8.00 a.m.
9.00 a.m. 10.00 a.m.
11.00 a.m. ij.oo a.m
13.00 p.m. 14.00 p.m.
15.00 p in 16.00 p.m
17.00 p in 18 on p.m
19.00 p.m     .-Mlurda-i. Ool)  21.00 p.m.
9.30 a 111 »undiy ache-hilt   .   .14.00 p.m
17.00 p.m  "  22.00p.m.
Simile Tare 15c        Two Tickets 26c
Oiiiektsl route.Irom  North Vancouver to the district beyond
Capilano River.     Launch "West Vancouver" makes  connections,  without Uii,  with the  (erry steamr-rs Irom Nortli Van
miiver, as per allow scln dul-
J. II. BUSKINS
Cor. 3rd St. & Lonsdale
Siii-ei'Mir In W   \.(il'""n
HORSESHOEING and
General Blacksmithing
K|nii»l Rili*nii*aii iiiii-n I" lame
ainiiiitcriiriiiK Lwrne.   Uee '■■"■
rill(K hi irl,   allnl -li'd .li:ir|»'lilll||.
All  mark   niiaraiili-aHl.     I'r pt
1K111I1..11    (iwiiieiilri.il.
Our 50ft. Lots
In l>.L. MO! .in i-hcappr t'hiin Lvnn Valley Acreage.    Only
$130 each
('ash swaml |X) monthly
Martinson & Co.
HEAL   I STATE HROKERS
NORTH i'l.v 0! VER, B.C,
l'i,,,,, 1, F.O Bos 72 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
IT
THE EXPRESS
Norih Vahcouvi*. B  C
Bans or Bracsimos
Ont> rear
Six months   -
Three month.     • •
United States and Fortign,ll.*»p«yen
I lion ol great multitude! ol im*
[migrants from nations widely
divergent      in     temperament,
thoufht •*• hal'n from.„Uu' improvet
*hUc it wlU in- reafiyagenuin,
Lonsdale Avenue
twu fouMOoraed niodwn houses on double lot; fenced am
ADVERTISING  BATES
TaaiiuiNi  Iiim'i.ay   AoTSmsSMlUTi—
'hi cents i i-r inch Meh insertion,
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month.
I.mn amp Timbih Na.i uns—;iti dayi, It;
60 tUyi, f T.ol).
I.mu AuvmriciM.—First  iiiBiTli.au, 111
cents per line Mali suhseqaeol iiim-"**
tion, K. per linn.
Hiii-ura Nonces is Local. Kiwi Coi
cms—ID ciiiilH per hm-. eaeh in-, rln.ii
CoRTaAi r asessssuuisns-— Ratal »r-
rangrd iceordlnf ia. ipaee takes,
AllcliangFiiiii'riniractaili'erli.f im nts
must he m Uw hands oi tbe printer bj
Wednesday evening |(»MIH1*. publli'lUOIl
n the next issue.
Norih Vaucouvw, April B, 1910
HATCH IBE   WEST GROW
The era ui growth, ui develop-
meut and ui prosperity upon
which Canada liaii uu\v altered
has already attained such proportion*, ai tu Ik unprecedented
in the history ui tht Dominion,
.uid 11 £ivc!> tint) promise ol
developing a magnitude unpar*
■tiled iu the entire annals oi
inuclciu limes     li'oui   lhc   Al
lanlic   lu lhc l'acilic alld   li'inn
the    Sl llllll. 1 U    I,alii.al,u_\    tu     lln
laithcst northern iiiuge ul civ-
Uudtiuu, lhc whole vast territory is ui the initial itagea ul
a mij;hly movement along al.
lines ol dcvelopineill. While llie
held ol operations il thus laid
ial Canada the liiovcincul is ms
uiol>olitan 111 lhc bluadcst sell*,
constituting a colossal crusade
upon the p.tft ol represenl.iin.
ot practically all tlic nationi
ol the wurld, io unite in the
project ul trauslomiing the l.d •
ulous natural licsuurces   ol   th
,, U(1   a Canadian type,
.60   'evitably bc felt lu suine   extunt
will nevertheless be reduced to a
minimum in the development ol
the Canadian west.
Current statistics relative to
the salient leaturee ul Uic movement al the presenl time are ol
ihe mosi encouraging charm,
tar,   Ai North Portal, .Sask.it
chew an, during the last tin
days ul .March, scltlcrs'   cllccI^
io tin* amount oi lorty cars per
day uu the average, passed
ihruugh mlu Canada. Thousands ul immigrants ale regularly arriving at St. .'ulm and
at Halifax and arc iiiiliiedlale-
Ij moving west. In lliis connection it is asserted ihal ;*,",-
aa a a people will leave Liverpool
iu .'3 slc-aiuc-rs (ur Canada dining lhc lirsl week iu April
showing ihat the great preponderance ol tins latici" traffic is
made  up ul people fruin   Great
Britain. The Immigration department estimated llial 15c,-
000 llulll the United Slates
will migrate, tu Can.i,l.1
this year'. The entry certilicates
show that the average aliiuiiiil
rice only |4200.
iirgain.
Terms to suit.
Close in Property
oll Lonsdale, Esplanade, First, 8eeoadand Third Streets.
\\v specialise in close in property and if vou wish to
buy or sell this class ol property, it "ill pay you to oall,
write ur phone to us,
ELDER MURRAY CO.
l'lione 37 Nnil
1 itV.
      ■ 111!.?  VHI1I..UVIT
Hours 11 a.m. le •'..,10 p.iu.    1 IpM Kk-iiiiic- hv H|ap(iinlnii-iit
Alter otticc hour-, phone Uti
,.i capital possessed l.y each
lluse Incomers is fUoc in
Uld   IU   scUlcls'     iliicts
which   it   appeal-     ihal
i.isli
llolli
^      out
|]iloo,UOO,ooo will bc broughl inlo the country this season
through lliis avenue alone.
1-ruiii Great llrit.iin it is csu-
inatcd that lhc new arrivals
Mill tulal lou.uoo and that irom
other sources 50,0110 will arrive,
giving a tuial immigration loi
tha yeai' ul 300,000, oi whom
livi sixths   m.i)    be said   tu   In
Anglo-Saxon.     Under    time
conditions the piot-Km becomea
greatly sniiiihiicd.
While   it   is   true   thai    the
[ii .iliic piuviiKcs .ire the  objective point ul all but  a siu.dl
ol
, A    ... .... 1    ,    traction ol tins gnat influx
Dominion  intu  1nd1vi1ln.1l   ami *
, ,        ,   ,        ,   a     .1,. am allull    and   that     llrilisll
national wealth and to   t\ol>    11
naciuu^ 'Columbia wi      participate u
oul ui Uio latent possibilities 01 IWinmoia 1 1
only a limited atcnt la tin di
nil results, yet these cottdi
tiuus will bc onlv temporal-}
and the lime "ill not be lung
ere ihis province will attract
her lull shale oi this Instcs •
Meantime tin indirect benefits
which    will   .ucrue   to  llniisli
the counlry one ol the regnant
empires ol the caith.   While llic.
development    of    Canada   will
doubtless  iollow man a.i   leaa
closed) llit process b) will.
liiiineiiso tcrniory ol lln I llilii
BUtaS   was populated and del
vcloped, there art maiiiiisi   ,n\--_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
vantages  iu  oui   lavor    -ali.cll ColnmhU  .uc  ol nicoiiiptitabli
should lead lo the attainment value, lt is not at all difficult
oi much more satisfactory re- ta> apprehend the great impetus
suits than those which accrued pit lllU!>1 !* l™** lllc Interests
to our neighbors. Canadian ol ihis piovmco ic-lative to OUT
legislator are conversant to » rttOUTMS 111 Umber, lish, iiiuni-
grcaler ui lesser degree wnii * •*•! ilU11. I******! agricullui.11
many dilticulllus. by whuh the PWd«*i and OUT nialiiilactui.al
United Stales luund her- prodwti ai. well, by tin build-
sell coniroiuid  irom imu   toVH «P «* m,immeMe agrlcultu*
Ume  relative   lu  Immigration tll   pupulaliuii    011   the
and kindred pioblcius, .uid like
wise  with  the  ellect jv cm ss   nt _______
otherwise   oi the  miasm, s   ad    '"'   MaWattUh operations   pu-
opted to meet those ttigenvici tttXti '•) •*• liberal population
aa they arose. Profiting 1 * ul Uul V** aim, musl like*
this knowledgn l.diada will U «isi (oiitribulc vu_\ largel) Ul
travelling a bcatm path   to   a U» ptuspcrily ol our poll
very   great exttlil  and   sho.ill,	
tlureluic,   be luund in position uiuliu cau ixpciicucc 110
to deal intelligently with   all
^ ^_M
wheat tracts ul iln prairies just
upon   our  borders.   Thc  scopi
pi'ibltius ai every stage ol  1*
movement.
llien, again, lhe gnat bit ul
population which is evui now
pouring into tho Canadian wnh
is and will lontniue lo Ik composed of a class ol Immigrant
much superior lo tin type
whuh was availablu loi 11u1l.11
work in lhe 1 lilted Males.
That the greater portion ol 0*1
newly acquired population will
be Anglo-Saxon, appears Irom
present Indications, lo be vuli
ataMired   as   doce also lhe    l.ul
that a vet) Luge proportion ,al
it will be comprised bj .1 class
already limiliai wnh iiu   liii
ol  the  piuncrr,  and sepeciall)
ipialihed by experience   and
i'ii
llritisli   lot
^^^^^^^^ emo
tions other lhan lli** a* -a 1 Ii,
,;i,-.it, 1 sill-coilgratulalioii 111
lilt colltemplalloii oi tin duel
pin, nt oi the wonderful do
in,nn comprised by ih, prairii
iu,,vHues ol Canada.
the Army of Peace and Good'
will," he gave utterance to thai
which mu 1 rank as one ol the
most coi - ist and at tihe same
time mosi comprehensive definitions oi the ollice. and [unctions
of a newspaper, which has been
recorded. Describing the iuiic-
lioiis ol Llie press as cosmopolitan, Lord Huniham proceeded 1
What is your mission .' In
une word, it is humanity—the
wcllaxe, the culiure, the progress oi humanity,   The   sun
rises on a better world everv
day. 1 have seen it Stited lhat
the great mountain ranges ,,1
llu globe have iisc-n Irom sea
Level, Ot ocean depths, l.v llow,
•silent movements. Vou might
hav i> lived Ult longest lile b)
the sidt ol ilout Want and ncv
er have known thai lhe huge
mass giew any higher, llul il
was rising ; it was being upliu-
cd all thu time, bo it is arith
human society-upward, ever
Upward. And you are help
ing iu tlie process, sometimes
leading in lhc way ul rc-lolin
sometimes, as I hope and 1-e-
lieve, restraining revolutionary
movements   iuo berried,   loo
violent. Vou and 1 know in,
body littler how vast, though
,illell uupercclved, is lhe violk
oi the journalist. On thewoild
rd the press the sun never sell
lln> i>en ol the writer, tin brain
ul ilu- thinker, the peiuil ol tin-
reporter, thu wile ol the COI
polldelll, the project of the lli.ill
agei, iln vigilance- ol the edit*
or, ull ilu lifelong dny.    Thej
kllOW       nO     diflCRKC   Ol   light      aal
dark.    Withdrawn   Irom    iln
|1M   ol   inaukiiid, usii.illi    unknown, working often 111 0I.M111
Ity, they are yet leaders in tin
van of progress.   Internationally we have a greal work lo do
It is not, given lo man lo deter-'
mine 01  even lo lolesee tin   bin
ol human development     A  divinity doth shape our ends. Hut
ii   may be given to tis lo eavt
our generation irom slunk on
tin. one hand and from stagns
tion on the other , to  smooth
the path ol .nivalin , to   leach
l.lu-   nations that  honoi  is   110
bier    lhan   dominion ;   tusin.*
grinder than nvereigni)    lhe
grinds lh.in a.Vfleignli , Ihi-
role oi the p, scemnko highi 1
than that ol the conaneror, and
that knowli-dgi is tin loli.iisl
iorui ol power."
All kinds nl
Lumber
Mouldings
Sash and
Doors, Etc.
Ven dn sp
Stands Extremes ol Heat and Cold
RUBF.ROID is used on houses and barns at points
i.ooo miles nortli of Edmonton, Alberta—and the
extreme roid has no effect on it.
RUBBtOID is used on buildings in the West Indies,
South America and the Orient,—where the thermometer registers from 90 to 100 degrees for months
—and the extreme heat has no effect on it.
Could you ask for a mow satisfactory roofing for vour
house and barn ? t*-r
Sole Agents for
North Vancouver
Paine  ®. McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
Villi II   1.   ^^
min co.
Mil.I.  ANU OFFICE
Btplsusde, Bast
Phone Uj   N,'iih Nancouvei
Call and «e our list ol
City Property
and
Acreage
Double Corner on lhe
Boulevard. $3000
One-third cash,   bal. arrai i<cd
D.L. 265,2 lols,
$1200 each,
Easy l( rmv
Lonsdale
Brokerage Co.
W Trcnr.yn-
IH LituiLile Ave
PW 186
North Vancouver,     ft
IDEAL HOMESITES FOR
THE HOMEMAKER
BRIGHTON HEIGHTS,       NORTH LONSDALE
This |.r..i.i.rn fan*.*- nn I .m.iliilc avenm- ahlrh i» beln|(*MD*d 1"
it. full «i,lth mnl boulefSKaW. Kierv lot lies ivi-ll ami lia. a
ii,.,wi,Hi i.m \n « Sir,*.*|. ari- niM'iiiil all rnuml the |ini|ierlv and
■HO n-.'lv nn raiiii,**
I'rieM i uif from t'.'7*,.n0 to llVi.ivi pn |,,i. Term*.. oni-i|iiarlcr
,.1-h   .in.l tl,.. i,.il.iiu*.. ia. II ,ui.l IK 111,mill*
T-„ r. are Mil) X loll in ini* "mull MMieWoi li von arc a
In;*,.*- *■**.. M *".,n a. llu-y min'i la-l limcai ll.e fttea,
Chas. E. Lawson £■ Co.
Reel
>   Mil lllt.lll'
Ksiau* Sp* ialisli
Untdale An
t unoi
MUSIC HATH CHARMS
Wi have i -'liiini' nt tcrlii r- i*ar thefoilovung instruments:
PIANOFORTE,   0KGAN,   VIOLIN,
VI0L1NCBLLO,   CORNET,   MANDOLIN.
lirm o/ twelve lessons. $6.00
North Vancouver Piano Co. h School of Music
Address-443 Lonsdale Avenue Phone 114
SEE US FOR
SASH      DOORS     MOULDINGS      BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC
IllKIMKU S .Sll c, HOOK FACTORY, foot of St. George
Ui* .ninii ,, (rial lml iiii your Ol*aWl .nuill ur law
Till-.
PRESS   AND
MISSION
ns
A-. a pcrson.il Iriend nl His
Majesty Km;; lvlu si I end ott
ol the   falhci.s oi jniiiii.ilisin in
('.tea Britain, i.ni*: I'niiiii.iin.
iiiiiiii ul the London I it'--r.i|ili,
is .i petsonagi oi tin highest re*
iaiu.if.oii ,uul iln- most  i mend
SO       IlllllltlkC       III       lit        a   ia|       1.111 tl .
I.onl Ilui iiii,iiii took .i |iroiniti
tilt part as olic i I   li  hosts ol
Z999nn\^77na u ,  J^klJ        -
3 capital to lii,,...- -'   onic,!«ail.er,n-.  ol  the International
viianeuily iscsiitabU  tnd -*„c-
ce-isful cili/.cns    llciico it   in.ii
bl concluded thai iht slmv and
ult process ol lln ai Ittlila
lliinll    ol   Un      i 'inns    ol
ilu* Pram Ll Uwdot and In an
iddreai ll which welcomed
the deltftM .'s    I
Tenders for Clearing
TENDERS vcill Ik- received hv
the iindersirjnial up to J  " clock
p.in., on  Monday, nth April,
i,,i,,, i.n tin* clearing ad
ill-;   ol   I  .'I lo"1    li'.ulvr.iv    Ml
i^th sircet froni Sutherland
.\v,. io kulus Ac Spccilica
lions  aiiil   Innn nl '"inin   mm
Ik: obtained at thi ol i ilu-
_%y  eiiKiiu-i-r.    He lonesl  or
niiv  tc-ndi-i nut ni,is..n;i
cepted.
THOMAS BHBPHERD
Cit) I lui*
NORTH   VANCOUVER
1_ Choice residential property fronting on the
Grand Roulevard and in adjoining blocks. No
lot less than 50 feci frontage.    All cleared.
Busines property and acreage.    For plans,
prices and particulars, apply to
MAHON, McFARLAND & PROCTER
LTD.
Cor. Seymour and Pender Streets
Telephone 6286, Vancouver, B. C THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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COL.     STEELE     KKLATKS
.STORY OF MOUNTED
POLICE
Following is the address delivered by Col. Steele to the
Fort William Canadian Club :
Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen—I luel very highly honored
at being asked to meet you today. It gives me very niueli
pleasure, and I hope lurther
tliat in any little tilings I may
wish to say you will bear witli
me, inasmuch as 1 am not u
public speaker, and have never
made any pretensions ol the
sort. 1 cau assure you tiial
anything I tell you is on good
authority, and is absolutely
correct and can be proved as
such.
A great many ol our people
have been under the uiipiessiou
and a great many ol our clergy
have bolieved that are never
had in the northwest what
might be called a "wild aud
wooly west" in the United Stales ; that is a place where a
desperado gets iu, and when
Crimea of the most awful character have been couinntieil.
But we know better. We know
that there was a very dilleruu
state oi allairs to what is (ea
erally bt-licvod.
The Beguiuiiig
Iu 1N70 a large lorce had io
go up to establish order at W in-
nipeg and see thai Hritish subjects and others were propel ly
protected. Tliey were succcui-
ud by a lorce that remained
ther! live years until thc Norlh-
WOth Mounted Police were properly established. Although
they were stationed al \\ lniupeg
there live years uutil the Northing iii the west that were ol a
very serious character. 'Ihere
was a time iu the wesl when 110
one could go west ot Kooai
Jaw or wesl of yu'Appelle to
the Rocky mountains without 1
large escort, without the chance
ol having his scalp taken, lhe
Hudson s Hay Coinpanv cslalr-
lishisl a post that cost them ten
thousand pounds on the Saskatchewan l.ul the Indians
wouldn't allow them to have a
post there, and ihey utterly destroyed it. They established
Little Bow lort above Calgary
and that was destroyed twice.
There was no while man dared
to travel through lhe Blaekleel
country or Aseiniboiue counuv
11 a large parly out looking for
buffalo got iulo lhe plains and
lound Indiana ihey killed everyone ilnn met, tor ii any lniii.ui
escaped to give the news they
were destroyed themselves.
Thc Blackfeet
ln 1871 there were BUcUoot
Indians on the North Saskatchewan and Mr. Christie lured
an escort to protect his party,
but they were murdered 111 tiie
presence of the chief factor and
the scalps taken to Fort l-'.d-
monton. There was a place
called Dead Man's lake, nicknamed because the Indians went
there with their whiskiv .nnl
the most frightful orgies look
place. That was alter the Red
River expedition late in iln
70's. In the south the Hudson's Bay company had no power whatever.   They had >;r(.ii
milueiico in the north ; but with
the Blackieet and others the.v
ludnjt and any American
People who had settled in Montana after the Civil War, anu
who had been used to scenes m
blood during the Civil war went
into the southern part ol Alberta and Saskatchewan and
around Maple Creek and established posts for the, sale ol
whiskey to Uic natives,
llie Whiskey Traders
There was a fori named Fort
Whoopup that was quite a
strong place, ll mounted a
couple of guns alld has sluing
gates, with large rooms 111 the
square, and chimneys all barred so that the Inilians could
nol clamber down and get 111 ;
and the whiskey was traded
ihiough a hole-111 the wall. A
bullalo robe was pushed 111 and
a drink ol whisky handed oul—
a bullalo robe lor a drink nl
whiskey. A pony could be
bought for 1 quart ot whiskey
and il was poor whiskey too.
The robes had to be escorted out in the spring, lest lhe
Indians should attack the Wig-
oils ami take them back. Tluy
had to gel a strong lorce* 01
men to take the-iu out. Al last
they found lhat Imported rilles
weie coining 111 and lhe Indians
were,getting them. T, C. Powell & Bros, were a lirin trading
with the ludians. They were
trading with ammunition, but
not Willi liquor and were giving
a fairly good price. The whiskey traders raised a corps to
pul lhat linn out of business.
It was led by a man named
Jack O'Neil. His right name
was Robert C. Lilner. Ile drove-
all the legitimate traders out
of tho country. Powell I Bins,
had to leave and only the
whiskey trading people went in
there. In those years the Indians fought in all that   coun-
try*
The Battle ol Leihbridge
Piapot   went  one  year   willi
a large band of Crees and Assi
niboines  to   where    l.eilibridge
now stands. He camped ou tim
other  side ol tbc   Belly   river.
lile then sent scouts up lo tho
j forks    ol    the   Belly   and   St.
j Mary's rivers. At the forks
they found some families ol
utv old and very young people.
Thev scalped all except a boy
who ciscapcd aud went up the
river lo Buell Harris, who i.s
siill living in the west and who
was a captain at that time. He
:sent a boy up to the l'legan
camp where there wire $00 warriors.   Jerry Potts who  served
' in the Mounted Police a long
time and was a noted scout .md
guide and interpreter, was voted chiel for thc occasion. He advanced on Piapot's ramp   and
'look it by surprise at dawn.
Thev had a desperate light then
and 4S0 dead Assiniboiiies .unl
Crees were loiintcd ihere afterwards by Harris liuiisell. Tin v
drove the Indians across the
lord below Lethbridge and had
a light on the other side Potts
took hi scalps that day, though
it was not a very civilized thin-.-
ito do. Finally, lu was knocked
down l.y a squaw who threw  a
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(Continued on page b)
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Watches
When confronted with the necessity of buying a
watch, remember
I   Ours is the Greatest Watch
\ House in Canada
3J       _ Every grade, every make, every size manufactured,
•       you will find in our stock, and all al most reasonable
'at
3J      prices.
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I   Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
I JEWELERS
1       ii,,, k Truri'v, Cor. Hastings & Granville
Jt Miin-ignii; Hircrlor ■
N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1910
April ist—St. Andrew's Club Dance.
April 5th—Lecture: Geo. Heatherbell on Fruit
Pruning , Miss Hi-sadc Livingston, on ''Women's
Institute Work."
April 7H1-Horticultural Society's Dance.
April 8th—Merry Widow's Club Dance.
April 22nd—Merry Widow's Club Dance.
July ist—Flower Show.
Prices for rent of Hall i Dances, 5io ; concerts
and socials, Ji2.
H. SNOW, ftecreUrij.
Ono C. F.JACKSON, 13 tb Street.
PIONEER BAKERY
WAlktR & HUNTER, Proprietors
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
Try our XXX Brown Hrmd. Daily delivery to all parts of citv
Phone 8 and 54
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & flih St.
Bargain*
Five lots in 204, near Railroad avenue, including one double
corner.    $1800 lor the five.    J800 cash, balance easy.
l-'ivr roomed house on hall acreol ground, near Lynn Vai-
lii ( ar I.inr and store. Price (or quick sale $1350; y, cash;
balance 6. II and 18 months
Double corner lacing Ottawa Gardens     Price $5000: #
eaaa; batoaee <>. 12 and 18 months.
CAMPBELL & EVENSON
9 Lonsdale Avenue.
Phone 155.
CAPILANO
The dantiest homesites on open roads
in the prettiest part of the first canyon.
Quarter-acre blocks rom $275
mat
One-fifth cash, balancc ov* two years
And others between the Keith road and
the river from $350
Orec-third cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months
These speak foi themselves and I sha'l bc glad lo show lluni
LYNN   VALLEY
4.16 Acres with im4 feet Ironting on street cariine
Lots 3, 4 and'q, Block 8, D.L. 2023.    Price tf,ooo
Terms 13,500 cash, balance n, 12 and 18 months
MAY£BIRN»
Real Rotate and Financial Agents
Jack Loutet
Phone 47 213 Lon'dalf Avenue
Vancouver Office : 21 Exchange Bldg.
Phone 87
Phone 63 W
IBVBNTBIM KOMI IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
We can  handle as many more.     II you are thinking ol  building
see uo and talk Ihe matter mrr
CAMPBELL in MILLER
•jiifi Looadale Ave
Nnrth Vancoaver
.>' 1 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
are re (it
sted to cull and list with us
I'OR QUICK SALE
We h,ii a Inn. n and il the terms are suitahle we can
the sale quickly
ellect
lluqbes io Phillipo
i8j    1' 0. Bon 7j
711 Loundale Ave,
lun  011 account   ol the   ciii.r
mous number of buflaloes.
Putting Down  the  Uluskey
Trade
The  lorce  lived   on   build',')
from the Dirt Hills until   they
got to the Forks.    They   then
^^^^^^^^^^^^ ! turned   south   lo   the   ■ I
On another occasion ten or a Grate Hills and made a camn
]dozen young nun from Deiiiuii, there and went into Benton, «■
led by a Iellow ol Gormen   At:-^wx  _x_ uf__\a scouts up the
COL* STEELE* STORY
(Continued mi page 5)
stone at him at ihi end ol the
engagement.
The Lut Straw
NOW
Is   the
fruit un
ami   wi
,    I*,  *-pi.u    vuur
\\ e recommi 1 d
supply  vim  wnh
um
SULPHUR
SOLUTION
Whii
l  ai.
bud.
put Oll   1" -
I reel  ,   ni I • 111 e  M
ALL <iNds of
Fertilizer*
FOrLaWN^dgaRD-N
mmor, ui
Lonsdale  A-cnu
at Ferrv  Lan
all*.
l.l
scent named Vogel, who wus Mver alld -never finding a post,
trading with the Indians Ior *fh«M scouting parties were
whiskey provided tht laststiaw Varm-d by tliu Hlackiect whe-r-
for the Ca11.1d1.111 government. tU.r tlit-y saw them, but they
Their whiskev was traded to ^,A , ^ trout aiid retired to
the Assiuiboine camp* Vogel ,hu at_ body, and Col. French
suggested that they should go j,ot jnto \\__a and got sup-
and dean mn the enure cuinp. v\[vti for ,, months and met
They went down and rested ,|arv Potts who had laken llie
their ritles on the grass, stand- .9 staJp.s \tom the Cries and
ing close lu tlu- rivei hank, ■ AssiiuImjiius I'olls ciiuc a'ld
which was ahoiit lour and a'showed thelii llic plan wheu
helf feet high. They then lireel _K whiskey post was. Accord-
as long as their ammunition! ing to ordurs from ihe govern
luted at (vetv light iii 1 tepee, llk.-*. Col. French marched bach
until they killed 3] Indians and lo Swan river barracks, nortli
wounded twice as uialiy more. ,,| gii'Appellc. It was I long.
The Indians took to the liil Is, disagreeable march. Col. Mc-
not knowing where il was . i_w„| Wl„i (|own aml put down
coming from. These fellows\_iv whiskey trade. He went in
all kinds of Building iwcnt into Banton and news of Ivhen the town ol KcUod now
uautitieitn suit \~* outrage was circulated _ M,\ m the tath o( October
throvghout the country. The |mui winter ipucrteis out ol
governiucnl deiidedtlt.it some- [eottoiiwood logs. The Indian
thing should lie done.
Mounted Police Organized
of lhe   Norlh
Builder.* <md
Contractor*
ON is
siintd
[.fi-iuiri'd lu
Lime, Brick,
Sand, Cement
I
MllH'l-illl ill   ,      ^^^^^
lml iit ri-iiMinnblf prices.
Special Offer*
Double corner Lots 13 and 14, block 14, D. L. 273.
Price $3500.    Cash $1500.    Balance 6 and 11 months.
Single corner Lot 13, block ll, D. L. 273.
j>i5oo.   Ca*b,8oo.   Balance 6 and w months.
Single corner Lot 13, hlock ll, D. L. 273.
$1900.    Cash J700.    balance 6 and 12 months.
Lot on Esplanade. Lot 56, block 166, D. L 274
I6000.    Yt caah,    Balanceb, 12 and 18 months.
Lot 15, block 39, D. L. 54H.
Price Mon.    Cash $250.    Balance 6 and 11 months.
r. McMillan & co.
Real Esiate and Insurance B-okers
4 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 197 PO Bdx 15
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U. I. KRUGEit
Expert on Fireplaces and all
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All Work Guaranteid.
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E. PALMER
MOM  AM) BRIlk
C0MR4CI0R
IIR-li I A** Kl lllll. N   1 -
Pnone 170 PO* Boi 166
A. FARRO
Qeneral Contractor
l.anal Clearina, ttont "'"' K"rk
l'.lH«liii||. Kit rn mra* MOT I M
All rl*mi*ii-» ma-l*- Vtl
IMI-I.OVMINT      A a " N C T
.met ««    W*»l    I l.in*l tta
Pianos & Organs
Tuned and Repaired
Chati-' 1 Moderati
Satislaii,' . 1,  iranti,d
WILLIAM LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER fc REPAIRER
-•l'i |well   Mtn *i . iv  Port* * aie
1'. C. will r-, mi.  1 pi Ittl 11
I'ini
All new houses should he piped lor gas in order to save the
lie.iw expenditure (or this convenience at a later date.
N, V. LIGHT, HEAT &
POWEI CO , LIMITED.
Lonsdale Ave.
Woodijard
\V« supple SI OVI WOOD any
length required $2.75. per load.
Prompt delivery.
PWI90        P.O.Box 136
Board <»r Track
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UMITfD    \ 1 I
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STORES  L
459-441 HASTINGS ST
VANCOUVER
1104 GOVERNMENT 5T.
VICTORIA
I.  O.  0    Pi
N'nrtll Vmuoiivii Lodge, No
J5, meeti every Thtiisdav even
ing, corner Lonsdale mumi* ind
l-'irst slreet, ll N O'doch, Visii-
Ing iirethn-n cordially Invitad to
att«nd.     J. Kellv, Ml a    1
K.-nnidv.   iti    '        '• II* PU*
lint, l-m.-M-i.
The first corp ^^^^^^^
west   Mounted   Police was  or-
ganiied, Wi cane up this way
across Wolselvy's old road and
across the northwest angle ol
Lake - lhe Woods. We- left Ot-
tavi.i the isi ol October, 1873,
and I was .second in coiiiinaiid
with Major Walsh* We started to organize I lorce and I had
the  riding instructions   in   mv
_____^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ charge.     Tell ol  us i.iuic from
- —  - A.   Battery  school ol guniicrv.
We were nut alte-rwarils liv lite
Save your Piano by having officer who is now Major Ge»
t> j -r    .      eral   Sir Geotfl  I-'rench,   with
an Expert   do your   I un.ng ,s„ 11UM nron^ht t,P lr,„t. T,„„
I BRADLEY-TAYLOR m°-     Ul'    ll'"i    ■rtllkiy    and
260  Second   St., West ^cryllnng co.i.plete lor .1 lorce
ol ,i(K. to go west and straighten up matters It was not 1
large force.
A Long Ride
We liad several silli.uks at
the coiiiiiier.ceinc-nt A uui.il
was formed composed uf all
the wagons, aluuit V and .1-
bout IJ Red Kiver carts, .uid
uiie ol the siiveie storms ul ill.*
Ked river valliv came on. lt
wat 1 tiiincllduiis ihuiidd
storm. Tllc horsc-s win* inside
the corral and tied up w-ili ihe
usual pieUi lines. A thunder
boll struck 111 lhe u.rial Tlu-
horses broke everything and
rushed to 0111 side. They up.ail
.,        ,,     -. lhe    loaded   wagons   and vieiil
North Vancouver through _* tnm tm m u»
•' dee|).     They   made   suulh   and
i.iino lo lhc l'i 111I1111.1 river and
triad lo cross it all al uu.e
I'hev all got OVCt but two,
which   were   drowned.       Those
thai fell in continued nriminiiii
and crossed and went scuiih
with the rush. The Indians
were mi tlu warpath. We limned aller the annuals as Inaiiv
ol us as were uioiiiilid and gut
back ill 22, hours. Sonic ol us
had riddel) 111 miles oil the
OBC horse to do tli.it The stale
_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ that the hoi sis were ill oil
  11 unit ol this tremendous gal-
North Vancouver Board ol '"P uf «** ¥> '"'ll^ »•• Mltl'
Trade meets the third Tuesday -tX vu cuiild not move, until
of each month, at 8 o'clock p. *• SH' of -'"b Our train was
m., in the board room, City Awt two miles long. Wa had
Hall. Executive meets the firit t'.ni.idr.in hoTM ,md half breed
Tursdnv of raih month. W. .1. 'Itivas with carta, etc Wl BO*
Irwin, prtaident; J. 0. Farmer, id M 'iniil we |0< lo the third
crossing of tin Souris al .1
bridge called 1'lcrccd Ruck M
.mount ol a lirgl link wilh a
hide that a 111.ill ii.lllil 1 I.m 1
tliri.ngh. lt has many hieroglyphic! Uiai 1J11 Indians Ii.im pul
oil at dlllinut dalis Wi dlv
1.iveled lhe mal at lhe Sunns
nvel and used it in our portable lorgeS.
'l'u   the   r-oothills
A small lone was Mill up to
the    loolhills    witli       a  large
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     supply   lo start  a  lallli  lor  lllc-
  purpose of helping to maintain
NOTICE i» hereb) ;iven that (the lorce. Cot French proceed
dn Ui.nday, tin. 18th Dav ol cil Waal **ith the rest until wi
April, i'ii'", ll I O'clock p.m. crossed the Dirt Hills and awn
within tin Cit; il.li, North bevond to the Forks ol the lh 1-
'v.iiiioiivit, B.C., thi Assess- lv river There was no tr.uk.
ment Koll ol the Cit; ol North Uv took observations Ior l.iti-
VaiiuiuviT mi llu ,ir |.(io inilo and longitude, and as then-
will be revised l.v  men-ben   ol **Tv ll"  timt marked on   tho
the toimcii sun.. „  ,1 ( ourt '"-'I'-   *n   itmch withm   live
oi Uevision. milei ol thi point m were In-
Notice     ol    all     aumplaints  \____H to md.   Wli.nv
against   ih.    v      .,,„,,   as *« w'oundthal lhe Rovera-
inad.  bv  thl I ,, 1  b,   ■*» WM ""^■"'"'"c'l,  ..in
chiefs caine iu and said thev
were glad lu- had come. Lln \
had heard ol the Great Ho
tlicr's people and were delighted
Ul see theni. Thc>y had sullei-
cd (rom the whiskey trade aid
the youug men were murdering
one another on account of it.
Col. MeLeod suppressed lile
whole whiskey trade in three
months time.
Winter on Red kivej
Col. French maintained lus
march to the Swan river, and
lound that the barracks were
nut completed and lie could nut
maintain the number ol men he
was supposed to have there.
The place- w.us out uf the quiv.-
tioii for !ieadi|iiartcrs. The h iy
PEABODY'8
RAILROAD
KINO
PEABODYS'
UNION M
MADE
[Cootinned on ii.i^i
L DOWIE
CONTRACTOR AND BUttDEi
I'lani, Specifications, Kstimates
P. 0. Box 1", North Vancouver
Wo an- dole «g.-ntii hen-
Tlie (inly mniiufm-lnrer
tlial |ila.T»n ra»li fMltatM
II they do nol ntti i*v|ni-
i-ulioni.
Try 11 pair
Aiul bafni,vu,.-.'.I
1'pabiKly'a Kailriunl   Kiiin
GOODS
MANurACTiirrn
For tm kr
CUMMINGvS
Gent's Clothing.
Furnishings. Men's,   Ladies', and
hildren's Hoots and Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
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REVISION
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Montrose
Terrace
The Cream of D.L. 553, North Vancouver
There are not very many ol them, but you still have a chance
to secure one o( these ideal homesites
50 x 140 to 20-foot Lane with
$150 Cash
Balance spread ovet 18 months and the total price is $525.
ajucii in writing li ■ ubacrib-
er at leaat ten dayi bdon tbi
il.it• ol tin siiiin, * the (ourt,
and smh HOtici l.itt   the
(-round oi compli
Ciiveli   Ulldi-t   n     ' iiul    this
1 nh dav ul Harcfl    110.
TIKIMA I,"I),
v krk.
These lots, s
street.
lashed and burned, and requinng hardly any clearing, are situated on an open
They command a beautiful and uninterrupted view of the harbor and the south
city and are only three blocks east of the Grand Boulevard and tramline.
The Price and Terms are exceptionally low and easy
THE BRITISH AMERICAN
TRUST CO., Ltd.
.   no
whiskev   posts vnn   theTr ,    but
everything was burned w, law
thai we COtlldn't keep the h( NM
alive,  .is no u.ils had   been   ill-
luvvcd.   Wl couldn't i.irrv ilu 111
sue ti a Ioiik dist am e    Tin   ;tn
g| September came and the  tts-
ual aiiiuinu sturins.   Tin Imists | ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
were living on what the) could  *^^tft^^aaaaaa>*toe»»»»»»00»0*»4*0»0»**
j-ct,   and   lln   giiiss   11.1     ilnn     ■
Williamson ■?<  Turner.
431 Seymour Street
Managers,   Real  Estate Department
Phone 720 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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Close-in City Lots at Less Than Acreage Prices
An estate consisting of VS Lot*
Centrally located in the City of North ancouver.   Some of the streets are already opened.
Close to electric car line and waterfront.
PRICE,  $400 PER LOT AND UP
Terms:  One-Fourth Cash,   Balance 6,   12 and  18 months.      Prices will be advanced on or before April  15th next.
Nearby lots in   DISTRICT LOT 265  now saleable at $1000 to $2500 each
Maps and particulars on application
] IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD
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EXECUTIVE HOARD Ol
X1ADE
Tlu executive of the North
Vancouver Hoard ol Trade unt
in the iitv hall on Tuesda-.
evening. I're-sidtlit I. .1 lruin
vas in the chair and there was
.1 good attendance of executive
members.
Com11111ni1.il ions were read
as follows :
"Opportunities", a Vanuatu. 1
ma^a/tiu-, soliciting an advertisement and quoting rates, etc.
It was referred to the civic ad
vcrtismg ci'inmitlcc.
Di'iiiiiuon Rating ind Hereon
tile Agency presented all old ,11-
count which on motion ol A.
Philip payment wa.s authori/c«l.
The secretary prcseiiled a list
ol eligible members to the meeting, copies ol which were distributed.
The mattei ol arranging loi .1
Dominion Express Co Agciii-
on this side ol the lnlcl through
the Ferry Company providing
for handling tin- goods on their
boats was brought up and n-
relerred lo the traiisjrort.ilimi
committee.
Mr. Terry reported lot ilu-
lourisls' and se-ltlcts' u.iiiinit-
lee. lie stated that the tourists and visitors were begin
ning to arrive in the cily carl-
this year. He said further that
houses available for runt weie
becoming very scarce and ih.it
the number of hoiiy-s just lm -
ished and in course ol erection
while being must Mtiliocton.
uas inadequate to meet the demands of prospective tenants.
This brought up the ((Motion
nl advancing the opportunities
which the city presents at the
present time to some responsible loan company. The matter was well aired in connection
with some scheme looking to
interesting old country capital
Mr. Koran, Alderman Smith
and others quoted experience* In
lotU companies in Vancouver
and the old country.
The discussion closed wilh the
hope that some enterprising
lirm might see the opportunity
at an early date and establish
an ollice in this city.
A mat ler pertaining to I
Vancouver cigar liiaiiiifaiturcr
wishing to obtain a license io
manufacture cigars on this side
ol the liilut and whose application had been refused bv the ol
; tin- of the departniuuI of llu- in
lienor in Vancouver, was refer*
|mi to the commerce aiid industries coiuitiiltec.
Alderman Schnli/, coin cum
ol lhe public improvements
coiniiiitiee reported as to the
plans laid out by the cilv for
lhe improvement of lhe parks,
■treeto and boulevards. He
claimed that this \c.u Mould
be au era oi beautifying 111 this
city. The need of more parks
and sihool sites was brought
up in this connection, President
Irvin taking occonion to point
out thai a park and school
areas were needed 111 the western portion of the city and absolutely the last ihancc io .secure a site of sullicient sl/e al
acreage prices was allorded the
city In the Norlli Vancouver
Land and Improvement Co
Mr. l'erry moved that the
Hoard u! School Trustees be requested to consider the tsMote
bility ol approaching lhe North
Vancouver Land and ■iiipruu-
11,1111 Cu. with a view lo semi
iug two or three sites loi H hool
purposes as this was the lasl
opportunity likely lo piesciit it-
sell to the city. The motion
was scicmdcd by Mr. A. Thilip
and carried.
Central, according to an American writer.
Indeed, one of the greatest a-
cliieuiiieiits in railroad construction ever known has been the
upbuilding ol the Canadian
Northern to the position ol g
great transcontinental system
at such an amazing low cost
of construction. This new s\s-
lein has not only chosen (or its
own the but aiid surest trallic
producing territory across the
Aiiuncan continent, but in
grades it has actually secured
the ln-st railroad highway
across the continent alsu.
It traverses one coiitinu-
oitr panorama ul wheal In Ids
or wheal lands from Diiluth to
Yellow head Pass, where it
1 losses tho Great Divide into
Britiih Columbia. From Yellowhead l'ass lu Vancouver
down thc Thompson vallev and
lhe Fraser, it will tap a region
oi rich pasture and Iruil lands
and lorests. Its lines 111 ()nt.i-
rio and yucliec are all planned
to develop the mineral, loresl
[and agricultural resources nl
It lice provinces, while keeping 111
view the project of constructing
a great transcontinental railway that shall surpass all others in freedom from curves and
heavy grades.
j Messrs. Klvin and George
Markle and Charles Hurgess of
Moosouiin, Man., arrived in the
city today and will be guests
of the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Markle, of 12th street,
for a few weeks until house accommodation can lie secured.
Mrs. B. Mnrkle and children arrived in thc city some few
weeks ago.
MORRISON'S
§ IGN
W O R K S
Keilh Block     1st Street W.
CANADIAN N0RTH1.RN
The Canadian Northern Rail
way, according to a statement
in the Kamloops Standard, enjoys the admirable distinction
over all uther railroads in the
matter ol its low fixed iharges,
tln-se being only .<b8o per mile
of interest charges againsl all
the lines in operation. When the
line is completed (rom ocean to
ocean the fixed interest charges
will not ctxeeed $1,000 a mile,
and this includes interest oa
railwai s, terminals, express.
grain "elevators and telegraphs
coiilioiled bv the coinpanv
These interest charges of less
lhan $1,0011 a mile are highlv
illuminating when compared
with the $i,i$o a mile of interest iharges of tin- I abash, tlic
fJajoo of interest charges of
Southern Pacific, tbc IJ.J00 lor
the H.iltimorc Si Ohio, nt ri'.
eaat 1 mile for thi Brie and tin*
(6,300 a mile for the New Yolk
CLOSING  OUT  PRICES
liming thapamietwrj wotetfi fi*m*_ labs ttauwi up b] ttift
I am pri-pnrrd I., oria-r ap.'inl |irict«(ii. all i-a.h liargaiaa.
MNVlM MMtOMOt "f OUS IMKNTAI, TREKS, acclimati-l Hindi,
bavin* Iwon ernning in our *nmii'l» '»' ypirs, Inmi lllc. up.
Oiiefiflli«hf.tit.-lcctiiin-o( HO-KSin B. '*., in all lhc leading vari*
Hire, mltel-ll Inr tbi. .a-ciion. "i ei»»l 2-vc»r hliat.ining »in-a, 2V-. i-arli
pi ate Itt, |W p-r innn; «in.iHit mice bait price.
.Ml IKK) Klit'lT TMCM in I' laHnf vnriftit-d.    Let M prief vmir lift.
lll.iKKI S1IADK TKKKs in all >'■/.,* ami pfiiOl
(■,r,...|ih.,n.o. full nf plant, in nil tif'' ami p*i(*<**. 'mm |INptrM>
pnl. up.
M. J. HENRY
Office and Packing Grounds
3010 Westminster Road      Vancouver
^odern methods oi construction combiuing
Artistic decorative features with low cost
Result in homelike cory residences
Jhat make the standard of quality
|n the houses that we build.
Nothing is omitted.   Our plans
§how everything necessarv lor the completion
Qf thc store, residence, etc.. that we build,
j^one of the objectionable extras, and
THE
people for whom we have built in North Vancouver show their appreciation bv advising the intending home
BUILDER
to come and see us. Don't accept the statement of
another that they can give \ou the same results, if
vou want the best consult
MATT. ft. MARTINSON
CONTRACTOR
Horn* Block, Lonadale Are.       Phone 173      P. 0 Bex 71
Cars leave  ierry  landing ior
all points, as follows:
•6.15 a.m.
•6-45   "
•7.30   "
7.50   "
•■ao "
8.50  "
9.10  "
9.45  "
Alter which cars leave at len
ininutei past the hour and twenty minutes  to  the hour  until
midnight.
Not on Sunday.
For Grouse Mountain tak
Lynn Valley take the IJueensbu ry Aveiue car
lake the Keith Road car
Cars leave Lonsdale Aveaue,
Keith Road, and Queensbury
Avenue Terminals as follows:
•6.03 a.m.
•6.30  "
•7.00  "
•7-M  "
I.05  "
•-J5  "
9.00  •'
»»5  "
MS  "
10.15  "
10.SS  "
Aiter which cars leave at live
minutes to tht hour aid tweu*
ty-five minutes after tl* hoar
until midnight,
the Lonsdale Avenue car.     For
For Capilaaa THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Heatherblooni  Pettitocit*
BEST  Tor.   SPRING  WEAT
In these very desirable garments we snow a great
range ol styles both in plain and handsome embroidered effects.
Heatherbloom Petticoat! are worn by fashionable
women the world over- ihey are the acme ol style,
hi and durability.
Note ihrsc two popular priced lines:
Heatherbloom Petticoatk, iu navy, brown
jjri en and hlsi I-, made with dei u , ordi d
rlounce nnu duki iniilf, excellent value, at
Sl.21 ...eli
Heatherblooni Petticoats, mad' with deep
circular lloium ind dust lufill [shown in nl ick,
navv, jjreell and luiiuu sll .illiaeliii colli
lunation colon  pm i  Sl.iU c ac.li.
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
575 Granville Slreet
Phone 3541
COL. STEELE'S STOR\
Continued Iran psfi l
lot the horses had all
horned bj prairie lires snd he
had nothing lor them. Ht Kit.
otic troop in the ItuiiUr shanty
he had built iluie ; lelt limn
wlut provisions he lould span
and   came   down   to win re   lu.
started   on   the Ked nur    and
wintered there, having made .1
march of 1950 miles, the longnst
that had cvt-r liec-n in.ule belor
that    cur    has    been    Hindi
Miue. by a   lorce   bringing   its
own supplies with It,
Killing the Bullalo
The uiloncl went np the Swan
tivcr next spring. Au Indian
treaty vvas made al Qu Appelle
in 1874. In 1*78 a Ueatj with
tht Cues and other Asaimr-crtf
es on the north was mad,   Sil
ling Hull had massacred iln*
Am*. 1 u .ui   cavalry   and   came
across.     Ue   had  29,000   SiotU
Indians  to    look    alter at  oue
time .md thev consumed 15,000
luili,does Al one- linn* during
our ill.Hi lies of that .season   We
estimated ihat there wen- 90,
000   llllli.llailS    111    light    llOlll    aalH
hill, alld 1 suppose |0,OOO Tolas
were taken at l-'orl Ml Liml tlu
winter we stopped ihere. Hv one
linn 30,000 were- taken. The
Hudson's Hay coinpanv look
100,000 lv their traders in the
n.niii ,in,l at I'Mmonton.
A l'i,.cession
Ii happened to hi mv lortunc
to cut oii irom tin. rest of them
at I.a Roche and go to Edinoo
ton      I   w.is   under   a   cololicl
who was .1 Canadian and tbo
an ex-imperial officer We had
to make   tin   Hudson s   Ba'
(storehouse aai our horses would
h.ive diul. We crossed the river about tin ''lb of September
and madt tlu march of 1.■,
miles and went in on the i:th
of September. 1 have lilted
horses 40 times a day. We were
ii]. everv night lilting the horses aiiil heaping them up and endeavoring i" keep lite- in them.
rimy wn', Canadian horses and
had no oats and yet we uiareli
ed ill on llu 13th ol September.
I held one end of a pole and the
quarterm as li 1 the otha end ol
11, holding up a thoroughbred
horse vu* brought in, and tin
blacksmith lul it, That w.is
tin reai guard ol om party go
mg into Edmonton.
High .links
iu iiu loliovviiig summer we
started south U> the Am nnu
and put down the vvluskev tradi
thare. Ue went into a hatters'
a.imp ui juu houses. Getting in
111 thu dark, Wc heard music and
vuiii io a large building wheri
we found llu  half breed hunters
and their ladies were having   .1
wedding and d.lining l.ord Ui
Donalds reel in good shape, and
many other Scotch dances.   \il
lhe musii was Scotch, Tlusw.i**.
a cold irip williout anv tents
al .ill, lor vu- waft out 15 days
with tin- temperature from   i-'
to 4(1 below /iro. The olllv
man who said anything was the
colonel viho stayed iu his dog
train while we moked bannocks. He was a good fellow ,
and 1 think lie made the de- II
of a row on purpose to chcci 1.
up. We felt lirsl-r.ite. lh it
was the lirst si vein trip by a
Mounted  Police   lorce   in lhe
wesl.    The   rcbult of llial   001
vear was that  no maltiT wile::
vou   went    yoU   could   sleep 111
1,iiiilort mi the prairie.
Law and Ordei
A   lady   coiil,1   havi    ridden through tlu Blsckioot   district and no man would molest
llc>r.    It   was  the  same  all  nui
thc   wctal.    The  tnnil'l,    a,*1 ■
Tlic fact lhat ilu, ruWuais Wen
there was enough, though tin
red-coals were abused loi la, 11
hard men bv people who didn't
l.now anv thing about lliun. and
l.v people who didn't liki u
have them put down the whin
kev   tradi*      Thev   weie    moat
conadenUooi and careful about
everybody.    Thev treated   thc
Indians Well.    We have seen lhe
Indians   ride   two  ami  three
.lines out of thcil WaV t») collie
aiiil shake hands and pass on.
There was one- chief who had a
robe made out of lhe hair ol
while women who had been
massacred out at Fort MeLeod,
The gray hail and ih, hlack and
the lair hair was all braided
together, 1 have seen the mln
myself,
Coining of the I 1' ll,
The railroad   ..mi' .md the
Mounted police saved tlu contractors a million dollars ,,1
least bj the i.u' ihal lllcV
kept down trouble during the
construction ol the Canadian
1'.uiin   as  u   miu was   kept
down  111  llu   nest   Inhale.   Tllil'c
was 1111 01111 oi track 111 the L'ni
led St,lies where there were llol
three   or lour murders;   imt
"here were oiilv three holiinidcs
when ihe Canadian I'acilii was
built, and ihose could noi have
been prevented at all.     Thev
wen* done at stations w hero the
Mounted Police could not possibly have had any say in regard to than.    The same  poliu
lorce enforced law and order In
southern Hritish Columbia, We
went in thero, too nun, lound
all ilic government ollicials
driven out. Ko surveyors were
allowed In. The jails n-tre
broken open and prisoners released We Weill ill there alld
settled    things   to  the sati.d.u-
tion oi both whites and Indiana (In lhe 14th "l Mav .,I
that yeai we had .1 great Unit,
with Indians ami whiles and
prospectors .ill joining in sports
Garden, Field
and Mower
StEDS
N.w crop m-w irriving bum oui growers in
Englsnd, Prance, Holland, Canada ami the United
State*. All tested as lo vitality and purity on
arrival. The best is good enough for our costnmers,
Catalogue bee*
Business will be continued at our old itsnd until Mav, After ihat in new location, whuh will ba
iniiouiii, ,1 Iati 1.
Aaain M
M.J.HENRY,
3010 Westminster Road
Vancouver, B. C.
—foot racing and wrestling snd
horseback riding—and tht Indian chief shook hands with us
for the whole tribe and said
they would never do anv wrong
again as long as they lived and
if they wanted advice they
would send over to the Mounted Police and get it. This has
actually taken place, and the
Indians arc civilised and have
never done anv harm since.
 "'ANDIE
itmien
K
"IT'S THE
PLACE"
F. K. Bennet,     63 Lonsdale
I
Minufni'turiT nl
nil kltM» "I HiVtm "nd Antique Ftirnmitv
ltort,OftlMi Hunk mnl Uur Flxiure*.   Kii-nlr*
iur In nl! tu bmu'livM.
Picture Kruiiiim:.      Fiirnitiiiv Mmffc
173 THIRD STREET, W.
I —
vnll. oltniKS »!,*.. |in,.n|,l .Ufuiliiii
Double Cornel
View and 12nd
jl, J2-2I1-544
too It x  1 l.s ll
&45— $475 ton
Double Coriur
BeWStf *Sc Hope Ki!
ta, 13-10-764
1-6x12: ft.
11,000—fjoo cash.
Bressey
Peers & Boult
Double Corner
\l lv ..ml Bth
1, 1-104*590
lonXI)o
>','•.-..,   si, 1*,,, cash
Double Corner
17th and Stephen
1, 2-10-615
140x157 ft.
Jl,h7,S—5l,So i.isll
Hal nioiithlv
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Manitoba Real Estate Co.
2339 Westminster Avenue Vancouver
Front  Bt, l.ol   11,  I). I.. I'm.  si/e   iv v
1'iiu, Si;v-  cash '.. bal 6 and 12.
Lot- 1111 and      15, hlock Jt, I). 1.   ft,  , ' ti
(,1-mg  Keiih  Ko.kI   run, $1,>o"-cash
la.1l.1iu, i-asy.
i'liii sunt and St  rftStmt, |th lot from tho
Avi.,  I)    I       I 1, sue   l|\l •" In'    pnci   >
all cash.
I.ols I I. n.l-i.l.. 1   all ,|i .md and high.,   * I
i.-i   pn,. |973   "*"" Ui '  bil  t, and 1] BUN
IJtft and llmrv Ave., lots 1 and I, l>l«-k - U* 1.
JJJ, M/r It SI 17 l,(', pun- nib 11690 .a-li
I6J0, bal. 6, 1 j and ll moiiilis*
l.ol jo, block 17, I)  I . J5J, sue vm.'o. prn« f
caah Ijoo bal   I   u ami 18 months
Lot \i.-o. Inun USfii s*sV 1 <*
bal.
-   block V I)   i   • 16, si/r 1 ||M 17 tni   Cl
halan.
B '* **l a I     I.'    HI     N        ';    "I     It       I)*     I.
1.   |8J0   tlir  wli"!'
19 aci. ,  ( ..f * ■■     priii, lioj t»r am
md ll months
l-'ivr his It, lots    (iooil lor uiu week only.
i 1 Shu one acra.   True S,v-, caah, Jtjo, balaiic.-,
flu per month.
Lillooel   koad,  scition 58,  1).   I,. Uti,  onr acrc-
.ash 1*3, bal 6, i- and iS months
.'ii 1 B6j   ', .u 1 a , >  ; i.i-h Sl"M, I'alallCt Jlo pel
month.
I.ols ;, S, t* and  |0, block  (3, D,  L   Mi, sl/f  .ix
120 hn, price S701' , c.ish fjjo, lialancc, is, 11
and  is iiioiuhs.
Lvnn Willi v, lot • block 1, I). L. 10S7, si/.e JJIIIO,
pncr S.'io , .ash Sv, liaLiiice >.\s ipiaiterly.
I.vnn Willie, lols 11 aud 12, block :, 1). I,. Ml*,
sue uxiio feet, price Uli I i->sb fl*5, balanir
a|iiattellv.
I'l-'or Koad, 1V4.1-.-1.K7, si/e JJIlOO lret. partly
ileared, price 5i"c> ; Caah '.*, balanco 6 and 12
months
\\ ,,f 1: in I). L* :oRR, five acrrs, price fo.lJO,
. i-.li *ai.;.so, balance to arrange.
Lot it. tl MM, \ acre, price 5.(75 ; cash $175 to
J2oo, balance $20 per month.
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iimiiiiiii 111111 iiiiiiiii iimiTii"""""""""""" ""I ' THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
N. V. YACHT CLl'B.
Excellent RlCCeM is being experienced by the -North Vancouver Yacht Club towards the
fullilliiieiit ol a lirsl-class pm
gram lor this season. The association has now adopted us
constitution and rules and these
are lu be out of the printer s
hands by the ist ol Ai ay, when
the program for the scusun will
be outlined and active aria-ngc-
nietits begun lur the initial regalia which promises to shadow anything uf its kind in lormer years.
The committee are anxious
before the lull details arc- in Uic
printer's bauds, to receive Irom
any members who have boats,
the name, dcsi-jn and ma ul
such Iwats so that they can appear iu the uieiiilmilii'i hunks.
A number of trophies lor llic
season have been promised and
amongst others is a line cup
Irom Capt. Chas. Cites and a
trophy Irolll the Kxpress newspaper Imrtdin the annual livv.-n
and Hillings cup.
RENAMING Till- CITY
The   question    of   renaming
North \ ancouvcr city was wel
ventilated by the- members oi
the city council at their .Holiday evening,s silling. Aid.
aSclmltz. was the lirsl spokesman and the one to inlroduu
the subject. He opened his remarks wiih drawing attention
to the lact that the tunic
.Norlh Vancouver would alwavs
lie confused with Vancouver and
hi considered thai there wa.s no
time like the present to reiniilv
llus dillicully. The- question
w as thoroughly discussed and
many opinions bolh in lavor and against a change wuc
expressed. The argument pm
iorih againsl the change wa>
llial il would work a gu-ai
hardship on the cilv at this
Ume and would cause much contusion to tlu- detriment ci tlu-
cilv. The opinion was also pul
lorward    that    dunging    the
name lioin ils assoualioii with
Vancoaver would have ■ depreciating eiiect oii the ciu's borrowing |iuwer ill the linancial
markets of the world. Null tag
delinile was arrived nt, huvuvei
and the mat lev was pr.ulk.illv
ilused ill the meantime bv    tlu
suggestion ol Alderman Irwin
that il In- left in abeyance and
the advisability ol such a COUCH
placed before tho ratepayer! at
the ucxl .1 .niii.ii \- elections.
During lhe intervening lime it
was Miggcistcd that all the pub
lie bodies in tllc city take the
matters up with a view to stn
ring  up an interest  and p"s*-i
blv some action ou -he pall
ol the ratepayers tliciiisclvc.
Mr.. tt. A. Kusscll, proprietor
of the Russell House, kirst
■treat, hM removed to his risi-
deiue on King street. The lain-
ilv will follow later.
DISTRICT COUNCIL INSPECTS   ROAD
The district council, composed ol Reeve htcflaught,
Councillors, Allan, liudgiuai:,
Lawson and '1 liompson, Distinct Engineer A. Cameron ami
Road bupc-ri-niciideiil tt. 11.
Davison, drove out Keith road
east as far as Deep Cove and
\\ midlands last Saturday uu a
trip *ui inspection combined
with pleasure. The parly lell
North Vancouver at 9 o'clock
iu the morning and proceeded
out to the end ol the Keith
road at the Nortli Arm. l-.n
route the Keilh road was inspected and also lhe new road
Connecting it with Deep Cove.
From   Dcop   Cuve   Air.    J.   B.
Ward ui uu- lirm ul Inkatcr \
ttanl provided a launch and an
enjoyable ride was taken to
Woodlands where Air. Ward eii-
tertained his guests lor a Kw
hours. The return trip was
made In thei evening a-nd on arriving at Deep Cove the granite quarry there was looked
over and expressions of   praiM
wen- given iiu- management ior
the up-to-date facilities and the
111 a-;intudc ot tllc work which
thev were doing there. A plea
sant return drive to Ule city
completed an admirable days
ouling.
AT THE HOTELS
Canvun View—
.Miss Garrard, Vancouver
Miss Hobson
Mrs   Morgan
Mr. arid Mrs. Cariine"
Air. Fleming
W. Thompson
Mr. Hurnside
Miss 11. Woods
Jliss A skin
II, Crawford
.Miss T. A. Wood      "
Air. and Airs. Weston"
AIiss Shover
Aliss Dublin
.Miss Faulkner
Aliss Wilson
Mr   ,!. A. Martin     "
C. Akrovd, Turkhad
A   .McLean, Toronto
K. II. Smith. London, Om.
.1. N. Copp
Nurth Vancouver—
.1. Ale Lean, Vancouver
Chas. Call
T. Strug
.1. Williams, Honolulu
0, Alarchanl
Wm   I). Duke, Lullburv  lnlcl
R   C.   AlcDonald,   New  Wesl-
iiiinsier.
Palace llotcl-
Alr and Airs. W II l.aMulli..
Vaiuuuver.
Miss A   LaMutlie, Vancuuver
Arthur La.Molhc
Ceorgc- LaAlothe
A. H. Fletcher
R. Patterson
F* Fran sen
A. Fox
.1. Smith,
.1. McKay
H  F. McGill
.1. Iv Hainpiiiii        j'
AMERICAN, INVESTiMENTSj   Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
'p.m. Sunday school 2.30 P-m-
Prayer meeting on Wednesday,
at 8 o'clock. Pastor: Rev. J.
D. Gillam, M.A.
Thn total capital of lots
American lirms operating 111
l-anada is >ioo,Soo,ouo. Invested in packing plants, >j,ouo,ooo,
larm implements, >4,oou,uou,
nulls and Umber, {150,0011,0110,
laud deals in Alberta > 10,000,-
000, land deals in British Columbia, JiJ|Ooo,ooo, lumber .uid
mines in Alberta >5,ooo,oou.
Total aYmerican investments 111
Canadian development >M0,*
Sou,000.
HOUSEHOLD   HINTS
The white ol an egg, slightly
beaten, and the eruslicd shell ol
an egg is enough to clarily a
quart ul siraiiu-d soup. Siir
iiie soup constantly liter adding the egg alld shell, let il boil
hard for a lew minutes, set on
the back of the range to settle,
and then strain.
...
When it is desirod to earn a
candle into a ilraity cellar or
att|ic where there is danger oi 11
blowing out or setnug the
cluihe-s on lire, a short candl,e
should In- placed in a tumbler,
being fastened there by its own
wax. It will then burn steadily and saiely.
...
Hananas are rarely found in
this country ripe enough to Indigestible, although thev mav
lie pcrioctly yellow. To properly ripen them so that they will
Ik- excellent food, buy a bunch
and hang it up in a dry place
with the stem in water. In a
lew days il will be much improved.
North Vancouver Catholic Indian lUiuion:—
Sunday Services—Mass at 9
a.m. Sunday school at 2.30 p.m.
Benedictiijii at 3 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. E. l'eytavin, O.M.I.V.G.
Baptist Church, cor. 5th and
St. George:—
SabhaUi school at 2 p.m. Services at 3 p.m. and at 7.30 p.m.
CHURCH SERVICES
.Methodist church, corner bth
street and St. George's avenue;
Services at 11 a.m. aud 7.30
p.m. Sunday School and bible
class 2.30 p.inl    Class uieeting
10 a.m. Sunday. Prayer uieeting b p.m. Wednesday. Moodyville Sunday school 11 a.m.
1   Pastor, Rev. B. H. Baldnrston
B.A.
Lynn Valley Institute HalL—
Services every Sunday  morning at 11, and evening at 7 p.m.
St. John the Evangelist, 8th
and 13th streets:—
Holy communion, S a.m ,
• morning prayer 11 a.m.; evening prayer, 7.30 p.m. On the
. lirst Sunday in the month there
will be a second celebration of
lhe holy communion at, 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
Services at St. Clement's hall
Lynn Valley:    Morning prayer
11 a.m.; evening prayer 7 p.m.
Priest-in-charge: Rev. H. H.
Gillies.
St.   Andrew's     Presbyterian
I church, blh street-
Buy at the
Welcome
Parlor
And Save Money
For Groceries,
Dairy Produce,
Vegetables and
Fruit
Ashcrolt Potatoes $2.50 per
sack.
Highlands    Potatoes  J1.25   to
J.1.50 per sack.
Best J. & tf. Collee.fresh roasted and grouud, 3 lb J i.oo,
also a grade at 25c.
Indian and Ceylon Tea, 31b $1.
also all standard grades.
Alberta Butter, best creamery,
Also Butter at 25c and 30c.per
pound.
Fancy Apples:
Wine Saps $2.75 per box.
Kiug Apples $2.00
Oranges all sizes from 20c. up
to 50c. per dozen, guaranteed not touched by frost,
and sweet and juicy.
Large assortment of English
Candies imported and domestic from 15c. up to 50c.
Also Fancy Chocolates up to
$1.00 per lb.
New laid Eggs daily, 3 dozen
ior fl.
Telephone 126       Free Delivery
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU GREENHOUSES
Llu,ileal
choicest
CUT FLOWERS
in tun 11 at lowest prim      Wfl H • trial (or
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
697 Hasting* St., W. Vancouver, B.C
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Chas. H. Cates
PILE DRIVING
AND
General Contracting
AI'PLY AT
HEAD OFFICE—Boon 12 and 13, Flack Block
Wi Hasting? Slreet, W     Telephone .!i*9'.*
Or fates'Wharf,  North Vancouver,     l'hont-188
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Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN 9 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
3iy Pender street, Vancouvei
and
North Vancouver
GROCERS
CHEAl'SIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
ARCHITECTS.
J.STANLEY illTTCN tf.l.C.A
ARCHITECT
413 Granville street.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
BARRISTERS
SCHULTZ 9 ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitor*, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Street
l'hont 996
S. D. Schulti        C. S. Arnold
Groceries and Provision
Wholesale tnd Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
MUSIC
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vtncouver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Ha-- Cor.
Robson and  Granville  Streets.
All Instruments.      Phont 2530
North Vancouver
HOSPITAL
OuKOMRO nv
THE Mlsst'.s DA WS0t\
Ortll n'i"! taffleal, Medical and
Mm.-rnity Nnr-M
Nurui Suit Out on AppHcitton
Ynr  lirni*  «|>|*W   «t   lb* Ho«pilal
O.r. Utk stri-i'tic li Andrew's Aw
PHONE  69
UAIMa
Do You Realize What a Savings
Account May Mean to You?
A valuable asset lor evil} 0B«
is a Savings Auiiiiiil Pi"
Hook, 111 which deposits luu
taM entered lrei|ilelitlv. .md
withdrawals seldom.
Not only does the alulitv lo
save indicate "character"—
which the business world of today demands—but it estililisli-
■ "an anchor to wtodwaid"
against tcinpor.iry ,-dvirsitv.
Why not commence Iwiay l"
build your asset f
One Dollur will start .111 account in the Hank oi Hamilton
and interest will be credited
every six months.
C. G. Heaven, Agent
North Vancouver
kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer tnd Ptidcr Sts.
The only up-to-dttt ud rtli-
tble bttk ho«M in British Co-
lumbit-
Wt cuit wher* others tail
Sttisitction gntrtnteed or no
pty. Plain btths, electric baths,
shower btths, mtstagt lor body, Ktlp tnd fire; electro therapeutic btths t tpecitlty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Grtdntte ol Berlin, Germtny
PICTURE FRAMING
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest stock ol
mouldings in B.C.to select Irom
so when you want framing dont
cheap tnd well get our price*.
BAILEY BROS. CO. LTD
540 Granville tnd 138 Cordovt
RUBBER STAMPS
THL GEO. 11.   HEWITT CO-
Manufacturers
Ml'.".!.!"!! RIMER STAMPS
Sign and Price Msrkers
10 I .if* an I, Bun,.    Fons K}]72
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Htttiigs St. W.
c.n.d.- • Gr..u«i Wootorn School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - • Mtntgtr
REAL ESTATE
Keep your eye oa
EAST  VANCOUVEI
HEIGHTS	
For particulars tpply lo
UORDEN 9 THORNTON
Phone 815     440 Homer Strttt
PITMAN'S
Buftlnes* College
63a Seymour st., Vtncouver
Dty school open tll the year
round.    Night school commences September 8th.
CHIROPRACTIC
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
Canadian Detective Bureau;—
Offices everywhere
Viini-iiuii-r Offlci-: SI Km(iire Block
KM lU.lii.k"- i-t. wesl. l'lione2225
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
Securities (orporation LU
440 Seymour Strttt
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Huulgate • - • Manager
RESTAURANTS
LADIES'HAIRDRESSING
C»»ilol'P»i*l-i">
Uttttta aai Vaiitiiai Proflti
ToUl AimIi
H.soo.ooo
1,900,000
o... ss.ooo 000
P"T^*BIT*l»aia1
J
30 per cent. Discount
(III all lines oi Hair Goods
ring our great removal sale, in
order to reduce our large stock belore taking possession ol our BM
pri mises, as sll available space
will be required for the display of
tht lirge shipments of new goods
i now en route.
MADAM! HUMPHREYS
»«« Granvillt Street
All North Vancouver people
tat at
LEONARD'S
Either Flack Block or Hastings street, opposite the ttw
Pott Office. Leonard ttllt kit
tea by tht poud.
WATCHMAKERS
English practical watckmdur;
Esttblishtd 1889
Specialty,   repairing
W00DR00FE,
31] Carrall Strttt THE EXl'KESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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NOTICE!
Our business is now practically on a cash basis. This enable! us to give our customers the
smile high class goods wc have alwavi handled
at ven much better prices than cm be obtained
frum stores doing a credit trade.
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nee.
Trv ib order and compare quality and
j. 4. & m. McMillan
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♦« ♦»♦•»♦■»♦■«■■♦ o+o9 ♦*♦*♦?♦ 49 v*H-» 464%**mt99%0%*
|    .Mi.   and  Aii ..  II. t .   Aright
entertained a number ul  iluii
wiling inellds al a card |>.Ul\
alld tmisK.il evcniii-; al llieir le
sidelice nn Lonsdale Avi. Mun
dav   evening.     Mi.    ud     Mis.
I Wright proved excellent   hosts
.Ud the evening m.is must    en
jnv.-l.ly spent.
BA8KKT HA 1.1.
The ladiis basket ball team
ui this city is scheduled t" dla\
tin- brotberhood uf bachiIon m
Keith ruad in the Cooks hall
next Monday evening. It it
anticipated that the game will
create i widespread interest lu*
callv from the tact that ihis
will Ik- the opening game ol lli.
season for the local fejiiiiiiius.
The   ladies   have lu-i-n brushing
up with two practices i week
with  a  Yamuuvc-r trainer ior
the  past num th and frum   thill	
fact  it   is   thought   that    lln  the product being a hard hum
young  men   will   bt somewhat I
handicapped.    A large attend*
iUicc ol spectators is expscttd i"
I* present.
WOOD MELTING
It   is  nuw   possible lo  melt
wood bv heating it in vacuum,
Ml. Iv T. I'ollock, I resident
uf this dty, is preparing t,,
upiii a leal istale ullice on
First street iiiiliii-dialeh to tllc
west of the Express office
geneotis substance, that apparently has an industrial future
before it, says the I/OS Angeles
(Cal.I Times. Messrs. Hi7ui1.itd
.md Lenoir of France, alter a
year's experimenting, solved the.
problem ol fusing wood, and
their work has been taken up
bv others.
Thacker, Thornton Co.
NORIH VANCOUVER
FIFTEENTH, NEAR LONSDALE-Donl lose anytime in getting particulars alioul this property. There is $ I 500
profit in il lor you, and it lakes $1500 to handle it
WEST VANCOUVER ACREAGE ■ moving last.
We specialize in large and small tracts in this lavored district.
Prices right.   Terms the best.
New location, West of the Palace Hotel
Thacker, Thornton Co.
144 2nd Street East.
clcpho
110.
A metal receiver, u sort oj
boiler luvmjj a double bottom
through which super-heated
steam pussc.v is lilled with bits
of wood ; 11 il tlosed by a lid
similar to lhat used in into,
dives, and provided with a
tube and stopcock communicating with an apparatus Ior cx-
li.iustiiig the air.
When the wood thus kept 111
vacua is heated about js.* degrees F., tlic water and othei
volatile substances arc- given oil
first, and .ire drawn oil by
meant ol tlic exhausting appai
alus altel which the heating is
louliuued lor about three hours.
Then thcic takes place a cum
plex series of reactions and phenomena analogues to those
that auoinpaiiy lhe distillation
,,l wood in a closed vessd, and
111 this way ail lhc so-callul p-
iiigeiioiis products are sipaiai
id ; these, in turn are drawn
oil, condensed and separated su
thai they as] be utilized com
menially.
Then there remain is the it
CcpUtcll only lhe libroiis ikelc
ton of the wood and the millet
al sallx, which, taken together,
Constitute a lusible mass. This
is allowed lo cool slowly, out
of contact with the air, and
then placed 111 a second boiler,
which,   aflcr   the   air has been
exhausted, is filled with sitro*
trog'ti   under a pressure of 1.3
to .' atniotpheres.
The  whole is lasted lo 1,500
degrees F. for two hours, ami
at the end of this time, lhe
wood is melted into a hoinogi-
iiuous, hard muss, which in.n
he cast and molded into all
sorts ol shapes, and bv adding
preservatives to ii during lbi
milling process it may lie rm
dtied practically indestructible
HOUSEHOLD" HINTS
Before winter clothes arc put
awuy the skirts should be most
carefully brushed and cleaned,
for if dust, and unsightly spots
are allowed to remain on them
for several months they will
most seriously injuru the fabric.
It i.s much more difficult to
clean garments alter they have
lieen stored lhan belore.
While Fruit Cake—One cup
butter creamed, one and one-
half cups sugar, three eggs beat-
111 light, one cup milk, lour cups
Hour, one cup raisins, one cup
currants, one cup sliced candied
orange pciil, one saltspuun sail,
one teaspoon soda, two it-.i-
ipooBS cream tarter, otic tu.i-
spoon almond, one-hall teaspoon letnoli. This recipe is for
two large loaves. Wrapped in
\i.i\ paper it will keep a long
time.
LADIES'SPRING COATS
$7.75
r We hsvo juu! received > shipment of Lsdies' and Girls' Spring
Coats in Covert Cloth and fancy itripej. These were ordered to come
in Feb "ml, mnl owing to the deity we bave marked the prices extra
Ion to ensure a complete clearance.
1 bailies' Plain and Fancy Stripe, Semi-Htting, umal
price wollld liedlUfiO; special price	
1 Same ae above in Plain Fawn Covert Cloth, very fine AO CA
grmle, well made.   Regular price, 112.50; special    aJXj.JU
* Girls' Spring t'oiils, Navv, Grey Tweed and Grey _ A 1 C.
Check        J|rT./ J
LACKS AND EMBROID).JtS
"■ An iiiinn-nm ftrittjf "I —tta* i" Vnli-iic.il* ■*■*. Tun-limi un.l all makei
as low I1...!'. per yd* and up.
*' A large range n( Su i.s iillover Knibr.iiil.-rii"., ven fine, per yd     IKIe.
* Ciii.e! Cow r Kn,l,ra.i.l,TV. per yA. 'iht.
* l-liiibrniilerv, Kdge nml Insertion In match, per yd lllc.
J. J. MCALEECE
KEITH BLOCK    LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
SOLICITOR WANTED
Applications will bo received
bj the undersigned np to 5 o'clock p.m. on Monday, tub ul
April, 1410, for the position of
City Solicitor. Applicants to
state salary expected.
THOMAS BRBPHBRD,
City Chrk.
AR!   YOL GOING TO    l.l)?
Cods to us for the money nnd Wf«S\ it
in mil yourself
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
(   WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OP < HOICE LOIS I'OU SAI.K
JOHN  ALEXANDER &. CO
Rf 41   UTttffl   BROKERS
121 Lonsdale Avenue
t
IHE lOXSI'A/l I'll I.1: U.ii')
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   TRICES    . . .
TRADE AT HOME
Girt   US A   TRIAL   ON   YOUR
NEXT ORDER. PHONE n
I'   S.   THOMAS. /■„„,. B      1
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ONTKNTKD
rSTOMICKS
ARRV
ONVICTION
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Ol'RTKOrS
1VILITY
ONQUBSS
ONTRARINI-SS
For  onion   and potato  sells also flower   seeds   ol
best quality.
HALL'S GROCERY
PHONE 189
Cor. St. George'i k 8th Street
N. VANOOUVEB
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NORTH VANCOUVER REALTY IS NOW THE
Best Buy on the Market
Nothing can excel it.
We Offer the lollowing:
Lots 25 & 26, Blk. 9
273
MMO. $2000 cash.
Balance 6 and 12 months.
Lots 21 & 22, Block 4
D.L. 265
fl 300 each. $600 cash
balance in 6 and 12 months
LYNN VALLEY
Fine Lots
$200 each.
$2 5 cash, balance 110 per month
DONT FORGET YOUR INSURANCE
wi: ARE miI.K AGENT* I-ul!
The Commercial Union Assurance Co., London, England
which Company has Assets of $88,850,000
Henry Eves ®. Co.
PHONE 6
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llCNkN I   (   EVES AND PERCY KIM.
67 <& 69 Lonsdale Avenue
milium
NORTH   VANCOUVER    .  J

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