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VOLUME 9
NOKTIl VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24.1909.
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NUMBER 4
Grand Banquet
An Historic Event
iinin who built tlie big wharf to
hold the big ship," Capt. C. H.
Cuts lose, ,unl was greeted b)
applause. Ile slated lhat when
he built his wharf he   did  not
I'liiiit-iiipiati' accommodating so
large a ship, aiul had he known
three weeks previous to her arrival thai the l.onsdale was
coming, he would have made the
In
his company built the first boat wharf mice ita present sue-
that plied 'those waters lr.,m!two months he expected to have
Lake Hennett to Dawson Citv.,the wharl built 50 ieet wider,
ile was 111 China during .lie 11 ir'and probably with a railway
between Russia and Japan, and'track down us centre. With
had been investigating thf pro- Capt. Worsnop, Iw knew what It
position ol a Caiiadiaii-Maiicliu-*was to be compelled lo contend
.riaii line ol steamships.        lie-;wilh knockers and seollers.
The great significance which per Yukon wcrciiayigitbl
attaches to the arrival ol the
Canadian Mexican Pacific liner,
Lonsdale, at Cales' pier, in the
public estimation, was clearly
manifest in the large number of
prominent citi/ens who attended
llu banquet given by  the  city
council and the board of trade, !lurni„g t0 England via Vaiic.-u-1 Many people had questioned
Saturday evening last, to theL^ jj, attention had beef di- his wisdom in constructing his
ollicers of the company, and ol l^ted to tile possibilities of a j wharl when he dul. Hs had
the vessel,^ and to the owner ol (jana(.jall Mexican line, and al- ollered special Inducement! to
the pier, Capt. C. H. Cates.       ju,r carc[ui consideration,the Iin*
Covers had been laid for too, [bad been established. There was
and every place was occupied absolutely uo trade when thl
when proceedings began about ijne Was inaugurated, bul last
7.30 p.m. The menu did full m they had carried 13,000
justice to the well known repu- i„nS 0f cargo, ln two years
tation ol P. Larson as a high thl export trade had been raised
class caterer, (or such occasions, (nnu ml to (400,000 from li. t»,
Mayor May presided and upon to Mexico.    His motto was.
his right sat  Captain  Charles "God Alunghiy hates a quitter
Worsnop, president of the coin- And I hate a quitter, worse.''
Be was proud to be at the
head oi the firm which, through
the sli-.iiiiship Lonsdale, had become   the   pioneer   deep   waler
pany, on his left Captain A A
Linilgren, master of the ship,
the other ollicers ol the vessel
following, in order of precedence
while directly opposite the may- shippers  at  North  Vancouver
or sat Captain Cates. JHe had .seen many loiintri *s,a-li
The toast   "The King"  pro- British Columbia struck Lm
posed by the chairman, mei
with lhc usual hearty response.
Mayor May then extended a
hearty welcome to the guests oi
the evening. The event was one
thai  happened  only  once  in a
being superior to all others, lie
considered the birthright ol
any other city in the province,
Norlli Vancoaver unequalled by
irom a shipowners' point ol
view.     He lelt thai thev were
lifetime.and the Lonsdale would working   under   difficulties    1
always Ik- followed by the good Vancouver, and so great was hi-
wishes of Nortli Vancouver.
Geographically North Vancouver possessed all the characteristics and advantages of a great
commercial centre The pres-
eiite ol the Lonsdale oil our wa
terfront was sutliciciil to prove
that it was possible for the
largest vessels to dock on the
north shore.    We were proud to
confidence 111 the north shore
that he was almost psranadwi to
becoinu a Nortli Vaiicouvc-ritc.
11 North Vancouver continued
in the same spiril that was
manifest al presenl, within at-
other five years she would in
pretty well up to \ aiicouu-r. lit
would   lie   pleased   lo   sit*    Ills
company's ships coming .moss
Ik- citi/eiis ol North Vancouver here every month, and the 1110
and prouder still to lie citizens ment a cargo ol 50 tons a
ol that great empire whose lal month could be assured, ihey
floated over the vessel whose ol- would collie. Capt. Worsnop
ficers were being entertained, then dealt with the matter of
and all were looking lorward Ul wheat btnng shipped via the Pa-
the time when the idea ol a rife c°ast' He had lieen work-
world wide empire upon consli-, ing night and day to gel the
tntional and enduring lines'wheat coining through Vaiicou-
would become an accomplished loot or North Vancouver, and he-
fact, intended to persist until he siu-
Mavor Mav then called upoU'""1*4' II U'IS ll lurcl f'£lu'
Aid. W. .1. Dick to propose the howcver.ihe difficulties ol 11 huh
toast "Our Guests." Ald.Dick *•" not "aUsed by \ ancouver.
was particular!! happv   in   tlu-! Kvery influence was brought to
manner in which he relerred to
old timers and new timers being
united in lhc common cause ol
building up a greal shipping and
commercial centre at Nortli
Vancouver. He considered it an
honor to propose the toast
"Our Guests." Such an oil- e
was always an honor, but on the
present occasion it afforded particular pleasure. The guesls
wore all good icllows, but Hot
only so, Ior in view of the circumstances which called the assembly together.the guests Were
the forerunners, the advance
guard ol many greal commercial
and industrial enterprises in
North Vancouver. Some of'
them were old timers and he
wa.s glad to nine that old timers
had grasped the situation, and
wete leading the van in promoting the progress ol the north
shore of Burrard Inlet. In particular he relerred to Capt.Cates
erecting his pier, to A. Wallace
locating his shipyards on our
waterfront, and to the N. V.
Land Hi Improvement Co.,Lid ,
Conferring upon North Vaniouver a grand boulevard which in
]ioint ol area, ranks as lhe t'.'ird
boulevard in the ivorld. Old
timers side by side with new
timers, and all Working l,,riiioii-
iously and heartily together,
would make of Norih Vancouvn
a port worthy bu inuguJficenl
location ,md ,. kahtafes,
Capt. Charles Worsnop. manager ol the Canadian Median
Pacific Company, in leplying to|
ihe toast, '.i iiei thai nc came
in Vaacoavei tw live jvars ago.
He could claim to be a pioneer,
in that he »fai the (its;  to de
bear to prevent its coming. In
Iluciiies not alone (rom Canada,
but also from the Stales. When
the Canadian route could not
carry the grain in winter, vast
tonnage went through the United Stales. Six or seven ships a
week could Ik- sent out from
Hurrard Inlet*, if that portion ol
the tonnage ould be secured, ^
which goes ihiough tin*  States
everv winter. United States
operators were even securing
Control ol the elevators ol \l
berta in order to prevent this
occurrence. The premier ol Alberta was strongly  in I,nor   oi
shipment via Hritish Columbia,
n hile he himself had bcui working Ior six months to quote a
rate via the Tehuaiitcpec National line, equal to the all rail
route.
It was possible that he might
come over and ask Norlli Vail
couver   Ior   suflitient   land    lor
handling grain shipments via his
ships. Within a lew weeks he
hoped io be ni position to approach the mayor and the board
oi Uade with a proposition,and
ask tlieir co-operation.
the captain oi a sailing vessel
to discharge ballast at his wharl
but the captain had declined because he was alraid of boulders.
That ship was drawing 12 feet
six inches, while the Lonsdale
was drawing 2! feet six niches,
aud there w as water to spare.
Keeve McNaught 111 a racy
speech proposed the toast, the
"Port ol Norih Vancouver." He
[laiil a glowing tribute to tin
lorcsight, lhe enterprise, and
the unfailing confidence in .N'ortli
Vancoaver, which had marked
tin* llien ol early days. Ihey
were 111t.11 11 ho had convictions
who stuck by their convictions,
.uui who are loday tin backnolic
oi North Vancouver. Commerce
lollows lhe line ol least resisl-
aiue, and ihe only difficulty 01
lhc Nurlh Shore is latk ol coll
nection   with  transcontinental
railways. Such 1 ounce lion was
to bc au actuality, however,
long before llu date al ninth it
is generally anticipated. He expected lo see elevators in operation cm lliis side oi llie Inlet inside ol tWO liars, at which u*s-
scls would load gialll lor all
parts oi the world
Jas. C. Keith, in responding,
lold hott I,iti had Hi several instances thrown linn into association with Barrard Inlet, and it
seemed tlic inevitable that he
sliould becoliic permanently iu-
Icrcsted ou its shores, in 1879
when proceeding as a youth irom
Victoria to New Westminster 111
early February, the Fraser river
was iound ll'0/.cn, and he was
taken around lo Hastings and
Ihcncc by sleigh. In 18H2 these
circumstances repented themselves. Ill |s.M, while connected
iiiiii lllc bank m San l-raiuism,
he had been appointed manager
ol the Vancouver branch,   and
had come norlh to niake Ins
home on the shores ol Hurrard
Inltl.     A   lew   tears   ago    his
health tailed, ami with Ins family he made a leisurely tour ol
lhe world.    He took partnuiai
interest in observing the hartiofs
of lhc WOrid ami 111 gathering
information with reference   to
Willi lhe result   that    he
was convinced lhat Hurrard In
let is naturally lhe greatest Ii.ii -
hor in the ivorld. lie had become a large property holder at
Noi ih Vancoaver, and he   was
prepared to state thai any promoter with 'bona   fide  interests
to lurtlur, can seiure property
lure iur any legitimate purpose.
lie referred to i.md sir.ith-
toii.i's   statement    that   )0Q,	
people WOBld be gathered around
Ithese shores. This mcaiil thai
thl entire Inlet would be lined
with industries and population
Tin presence ol the Lonsdale mi
the North Shore was an index
lu the situation. Development
ttas coming lliis way. The inilc-
Igl ol waterfront on lhe Norlli
Shore exceeds that on the souih
shore bv live or ten links.   The
Cantata A. A. Liadgrca, ifias- gnatest population in the peo-
U-r, who brought the Lonsd.i'n vince is upon Barrard Inlet, and
into port, briefly expressed   llie wc should hammer ,iitat at both
thanks oi himsell and his olhc- governments, to do us justice in
its  for  the  kindness  extended, those mailers pertaining to llu
and toned the hope that ths ad- development oi the entire liar-
A VICIOUS DOG
A lerocious dog, ou Lonsdale
avenue, caine within an ace of
liillictiug serious injury on D.G.
Dick, on Wednesday. Mr. L
ttas passing 111 Irout ol the ollice ol the Steam Laundry, wlnn
a large yellow dog standing on
the sidewalk, made a vicious attack upon him, by springing lor
Ins lace. By the barest chance,
Mr. Dick saw lhe shadow oi ths
dog as it made the spring, and
lnvoluulary threw up his arm
lo shield his iace. Had he not*
done so, the teeth ol tile dog
would have been buried in his
cheek. As lt Was the brute's
teeth penetrated the clothing
and made abrasions upon the
shoulder.
It appears that in three instances of late, citizens have
been assailed by a dog ,with tin
description oi which, this one
tallies, bul the ldcutiiy is noi
established. The attack was
witnessed by H. Mi Burns, the
mayor and several others.
The matter was relerred to
the police, 111 response lo whose
demands, lhe owner undertook
to have the dog destroyed.
ANNOUNCEMENT
We wish to announce lhat alter October isl, we will occupy
Rooms Nos. 324 and 325 in the
Winch building, corner Hastings
and Howe struts, Vancouver,
H. C., where we will maintain a
special North Vancouver department under the direct supervision oi one of our firm. We
make this move, nol through
lack of 1..nh in North Vancouver, bul thai we may place ourselves in closer communication
wiih out local and loicign clien-
t.igi, thus enabling us to better
serve you lo our mutual advantage. Whin wishing to buy 01
sell North Vancouver propertv,
ive would be pleased lo have you
call or write. Yours truly,
THACKER& THORNTON
324 and 325 Winch Building,
Hastings and Howe streets,
Vancouver, B. C.   Phone
UP-TO-DATE MILLINERV
The unique display oi smart
and attractive hats at Miss
Curie's millinery opening, Saturday last, was lhe subject ol
much favorable comment by the
many visitors to the opening
Among many charming models
were shown a new design carried in Ottoman cord with wide
rolling brim and clusters of
sweeping plumes, and another
large hat was made ol black
chifioa velour willi the under
brim of white moire. The mn
hat with long ellect from Ironl
lo li.uk is very much iu vogue
as is also the wide bum rolling
at the back. Thc ladies of this
iiiy and district have manifested a very gratifying appreciation ol llu* presence of a high-
class iiiilliiu-rt establishment oa
this side ol the Inlet.
For Sale.—Four do/in young
hens. Apply at corner ol JN
and Queensbury.
Thc lum.-cr busiiuss is brisk
at present The Lynn Valley
Li'inber Company will erect a
dry kiln and otherwise enlarge
llieir plant, to keep pate tilth
the growth of business
A bec will be held on llie in ti
Methodist church site, on S.ii in*
il.n alleriiooii, to brush lots and
lo lay oul and dig loundation
lor new building.
ent of his ship would be the
beginning which would lead to
the coming of many others Ri
dei land that North Vancouver
deed never fear thai   she   muiii
not oiler anchorage to deep Re
vessels.
In response lo  lhe  introduc-
bor.
Alexander Philip proposed thc
toast "Trade, Connnm c sad
Transportation " He reierred
to iln iiimiiiisi possibilities ol
tin Canadian Mexican Inu Tin
wheat tradi was tin greatest
trade that could possibly conic
dare that the waters oi the i> tion oi Mayor May as "the big to the coast.    Vancouver   and
North Vancouvei would akortti
conler with rsfenace to e lull
constituting ■ board ul harbor
commissioners, in order that
tha member at Ottawa ior this
constituency, Geo, H. Cowan,
might proem to the approach
nig session with the unanimous
retrace! ui all parties com ers 1
The plan would pmbahl)   be
consummated at an 1 at Ij date,
and il moneys to llw atniunt of
Continued ou I'age Ten.
Local and Personal
A. E. Kealy was a passenger
to Victoria on the Chanter, ou
Monday alternoon.
D. W. Eldur is taking a holiday trip ol two or three weeke
through the Okaiiagan 1 alley.
Madam Humphrey, accompanied by her uelce, Miss I'uiull,
nsilcd the Seattle exposition,
this week.
W. C. Gladwin, thiei mc war-
den, went down lo Victoria on
Monday, on business connected
wilh Ins department.
Plums Ior preserving and jam.
Apples and pears 111 uulk, direct
from the tree. C. U. Keene,
15th street, North Vancouver.
Walter Hoswell, oi San rraii-
cisco, was a visitor in the city
today. Mr. Boswell lnleiids lo
locale either here or in \ ancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. Porter, ol md
streei, return lo llieir ranch at
Oiler, tlus evening, alter spending a couple ol weeks 111 then
lown residence.
Wanted.- A salts lad) at DM
Must have some expcriiiitc. A
North Vancouver resident pre-
lerred. Apply to J. J. McAlieic
dry goods store.
Au acre lot on lytli siu-et Ior
J; 35 and also a 30 lool lot on
10th streei lor $1-311, are olittiu
by Elder Murray Co., Huyt.s
should investigate these.
Miss M. Booth, oi Hultc, Montana, who has been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Small, corner Lous-
dale aienue and :isi slleet, returned home on Wednesday.
Private sale oi household cl
luts at the residence ol Mrs
Sarah Clapp, cor. ChesUtfeM
and 17th street, tomorrow, Saturday, 25U1 inst.,lroiu lo o'clock
a.m.
Invitations for the seicial and
dance by lhe Sons ol Engl.-nd,
may lit obtained from R. C.
Lawrence, at the N. V. Transfer ollices or from L. J. Sale,at
Sale tx Brewitt's.
Invitations have been issued
by the S.O.E.B.S., Ior a box social and danie tt fie given in the
Eagles' hall on the evening ol
Thursday, thf 30th mst. Pro
ceilings will la-gin alt S o'tlock
sharp.
F. M. Proutl has purihasol,
through Irwin & Billings Co.
Ltd., a desirable residential lot
on 5th streei west, and will proceed at once to erect a lirsl-dass
modern dwelling thereon.
The nicmWrs al lhc Hotkey
Iub are rejoicing 111 the arrival
in town oi a lull supply oi sinks
Practice will begin at ono , ami
the team is alter thc championship trophy, in earnest.
Notice Ui Horse Owners—All
harness supplies tan now l,
tallied at Eii'iy body s shoe stole
Mtssrs. Wood & Son will carry
a lull stock at strntK  Vam mi
ver prices.    Your custom solicited.
.1. H. Watson, loiiiiiilv manager ol lhe Hank tl Toronto, at
itosslatld, alld al present inalla
ger for the London I'.u.iianiu I
Accident Association, .,1 Vancouver,was in the iitv Ihursday
on business connettt-d wim Irs
company.
Hot Wonted   Tin Bxptees ol
fers an (■xeelitloli.il opportunitv
lm  ,1  bright boy, with .1   good
(■dm,1 uou, ubo wishes to 1,.im
the printing trade Liberal
wages will M paid to the righl
bov, who is willing tt learn and
who will Slav with a good job
Proprietor L Ma has hnd an
excellent   painting   exit ntnl    in
tin* main haU tl dm Palace hotel, showing S S Lonsdale .it
Catea1 pins    Tin pointing is thi
work ol f Noel nursill oi Van
louver,  ami haa   ' "ii   I Sti Btl 'I
witli a glial deal ni CUl ami •"
curacy.
The last available suite in the
Keith block was tented by Mr,
LaMothc, this week.
Aid. Braim and party will
hau lor the annual hunt ou
Powell lakti about October 15th.
Irwin t Hillings Co., Ltd.,
hate   lor   sale a bcillllllll    WW
modem six roomed house close-
in at a bargain.
C. tt. Townsley, brother oi 1'.*
Townsley, ol this city, has relumed irom England with Ins
iamily, and will reside on Keith
load east.
Want lo buy a house' Irwin
it Hillings Co. Ltd. have a small
new house in line location, and
the price is cheap.
William George, and Ruueit
Oulhwaitc have built houses on
Frederick road, Lynu Valley,
and have taken up their residence therein.
Kenneth Graham and (ain.i.
hate removed lo Lynn Valley,
ami an residing in a house built
lor them by Mr. Froinnie.
John M. Ducal ls about lo 1k-
gin the erection ol a line residence on Duval road, Lvnn Valley.
Tug Daring was 011 the Wal-
lau Ways this week. Tug Consume has been refitted and ia
again in commission.
Wanted A gnl, three or moie
afternoons S week, to take caie
oi lime children. Mrs. A. P..
Crickmay, 15th street.
Rl P. lmpett and lalinlv hate
iiinoMil Irom \aiitouver to a
iitw house ou lllll streei, near
Ridgway aunue, lllis city.
Mrs A G. l'ciiy accollipain-
ul by her two daughters, lell
on Thursday lor Winnipeg on a
tisil to Iht mother who is ill.
tt. C. Green and S. M. Studu-
l,,,kii went out SeMiioiir click
at lour o'clock this morning on
a hunting expedition, and re-
uiiiud lo town tins alternoon,
with lour tine buck which ilk*
brought down mar the intake.
Alcxaiulci Smith brought in
a line trophy oi the chase on
Saturday last, in the shape ot a
line black bear, weighing about
500 pounds. The animal was
taptured diintly across Ule
North Arm from the H. C. Ill
power house. Mr. buuth shoi
at about 300 yards aud hit   the
U.11 si-ii.iiily between the eyes.
The pili was in excellent condition.
Tin Norlh Vancouver Choral
Society   held a very   suucsslul
pi at Use last  Wednesday evening
The attendance was good, anu
lair progress is king made with
the "Rose Maiden.'     Next week
the socuiy will meet im rehear*
sal tt tin lidi oil Mil sUcel.Iii.il
Chtsicriicld avenue, adjoining
the English church, at M5 pm
This building has bun secured
lm ttuintsil.iy ciuiings through
the winter and Us use should result in even battel attendance,
bring more antral than llu Es
planade.
limn \ Hillings Co., Ltd.,
are ollcring lur sah* ,1 beautilul
boats,        -'ust   loinplclcd    ainl
read) loi occupancy.   The ptks
and Icrins arc most advantage
mis.    Look, this up.
The firry Din.Tors met Thuis
dai afternoon. It w,,s decided
to u.|iiisi CitJ l-.ngnicii' Hanes
i,a pupait* plans and sp-iilica
lions lot building a retaining
Wall 00 the souih, cast and WStl
sides ul tin wharl at 'be tool Ol
Lolisalalt  at unit', to nm the lllll
width oi ilu avenue and also to
approaih tin Initial government, through i'.i a   11   Cowan,
Ml'     I      a - . 1 lain  whether  the
Sim,, -rf ih, iredgi King l-.d
ward conld bc obtained to nil in
betWttt  tin   walls       When    the
full   tacts   .rn   obtained,   the
sthenic will be Iin.ilh couidst-
nl     A grant ot $.'•■■' was made
toward the terry's shnn ol tin
advertising done m connection
with the Joint civic committee. THI EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
TOWN   PLANNING
PAST    iiiESENT     AUD     POSSIBLE
Ii is evident lhat Irom llu
haphazard procedure ol mediaeval Ivuinpi, neither urban beau
it nor regularity ol city situ,
mn muiii In* evoked, It is to
posterior influences that Europe
oi the preient day owes the ai
tl.u lltilii BS *.l lb" *i illits thai
are the desire ol  sightseers .nui
tin* delight ol the virtuoso,
(in revival ol tlu- Graeco Etc
man style tin lixtecnth eenluri
saw Italj .Miai France adopting
the classical facade with con
comitant tendency lo greatei
str.iigliiiii-s aai regulantj a |
streets, and even niih qualified
academii approval, il mn exten
site n i "i. rectangular pi"i.i
pies, Town planning in tt hat
has been ui iimi tin ' grand
manner" beginning in this, con
tinned during tin n< \t centuri,
and was often due to princely
influence primarily awakened in
connection with building ol pal
ans. Mr. Triggs namei some
half do/en C.ei-iiiati i it its whnh
owed their lorm t" indiiiilii.il
milium, In lore Peter tin* Great
founded St. Petersburg mi  ilu*
lllal slit   I* ,nk ol tin   Net a.    I'l'o-
bably nothing short ol autocratic pouii could li.i\e compelled
slluess In tin* location   Selected
ior in,* Muscoviti capital. So
ill siniid was iln* ground lo tin
trillion oi iiu structures, that
in order to -rivi it greater ron-
seem to be the natural oiilcoine
nl a total absence ol system.
Thus,   lo   a   small   village    or
town, the surrounding agricul-
tunsts, when transporting their
produce ior market] would naturally lake,Hot always the must
direct, but Invariably the easiest wa) oiten ,i winding course
(ruin their [arms, This waj
would become a trail, then  s
toad,    ami,    .is   the   village    or
town grew outwards (rom  its
unin*.    tin   frequented   roads
tt oiihl  be It'll  dear oi  building
encroachments, ami so become
stleets.
We are mn surprised, therefore, to read Mr, Triggs' statement, that the rectangular type
is the iiioieaiiiiuit ol the preconceived plans,    it is apparently
not founded on natural lines ol
travel,  Wbkh  III  lact  il  largely
disregards, but it was a recoil
against the more or less radiating but oiten crooked, twisting
and grossly irregular roadways
which frequently confronted the
thinking obeervi r,
The rectangular type ol city-
has lour ,uh,images: ist, simplicity; md, regularity; 3rd, it
involves a   iiiininmm   waste   o(
ground; and fourth, there is an
economy ol labor, owing io the
right-angled construction,
Before noticing the disadvantages, let it be observed lhat all
inconveniences   experienced    in
II. C. GAZETTE
There are no appointments recorded in the current issue of
the ollicial organ of B. C.
B, C. Rsiniford and C. A.
Raintford of 3rd street east, art-
apply ing for permission to purchase lauds on the souih bank
of llie Nechaco river above Isle
de Pierce rapids.
The lollowing new companies
hate been incorporated: Fruit
Maga/.ine Publishing Co., Ltd.,
capital f 15,000; Jordan-Wells
Kailway Supply Co., Lid,, capital (130,000; liull oi Georgia
Towing Co., Ltd., capital fjj,-
000; Nelson Street Railway Co.
Lid., capital fjO
Seymour
slslellie.  It   Is said  lhe  lull  tX-
acted irom those rroaaing the [rectangular towns arc not doe
river was the currying ol s lew to adoption ol tha rectangular
stones to the townritr,     Kwn principle, for instance, In very
now iln Russians lell om thai
St. Is.1.a's. tin* magnificent . ,
1h1dr.1l ol their metropolis, is
supposed to be sinking and may-
give wat. 1.111, iiotwithstanding
all the disadvantagi s ol the siu*
official Si Petersburg is todaj
among the tm. i spectacles   ol
the iilil world.
The authoi oi tin ,il"ati work
characterises preconceived iilt
plans as o| tin,,  tt pes
isi   The spiil. 1 ui!. nt radial
ststein.
nd  Tin ie1i.1i1g11l.1i .01 chessboard,
.ud    A combination   of  thi
two 1 lasses.
Lumber Co., Ltd., capital floo,-
000; .Uii.tilaii & McCarter,Ltd.,
capital 150,000; Revelstoke Sash
and Door Co., Ltd., Capital $50
000; Vancouvn Amusement Corporation, Lt.il., capital $5,000
The following licenses lo extra-provincial companies hau
been issued; Alliance Assurance
Co., ol London, England; The
Kiminck System Sandstone
Brick Machinery Co., Ltd., of
Toronto; Dominion Bridge Co.,
Ltd., oi Montreal; Canniiell,
Laird & Co., Ltd., manufacturers 111 metals, of Sheffield, England.
Hoses A Hull makes application Ior foreshore rights on tin-
cast shore ol Cahnisli bay, \ aides island*
Mark Long aS. Co., al '.'.iiicou-
vti aud A. A. Gillespie, ol tot-
llic, U. C., have assigned lor the
benefit ol their creditors.
Notice is given ol lhe voluntary winding up oi the Vancouver Group Mining Co.
Tin- lollowing applications are
mads lor waler remrils: ll. E,
Crichtoli, six cubic leet pir sec-
olid out of Rat lake, near Lillle
Warm Climates there are reel-
angular titles iii which at 110011
winn the Inal is greatest,  the
struts are "iii siuh an orieni-i- Pcnticti.n lake; C. G. Mair,three
tion that 11 is almost impossible cubic leet pa second Irmn   the
lo obtain shade.''      This Is   no  tOOU lake, C. G. del".lav .Mliri'.i;,
real   objection   to  recttngnltr I three cubic feet per second out
planning, but merely an evidence ol lhe same lake; W. 1-. Graham
that tlu streets ttete iiiioiisidir- 1,1,,* nihil lool per second, out ol
ately made la .. wrong orienta- tin same lake; Highland tKoo-
tidi. .md would seem with equal ten,n, B, C.J Mining Co., Ltd.,
imolisnh lateness to have    Ik'cii  joo alliic fci-l per second, out ol
hit without sha.li  tnea. Cedar Utek,  west  side Ol  Koo-
Thc i.isi   ol   New   \oik   nut   li n.i \  lake, near Ainsworlh, B.
iiirtliu be Instanced, which,with C. The snme company lor 300
tin exception ol Broadway, was cubic bet ikt wcond, out ol the
in is'.; rigidl) planned in small same creek; Quesnelle Hydraulic
parallelograms snd which wn-|Gold Mining Co., for five cubic
Two example, ol the r,t,\).,\\sM "l ""n" :,"'n M"^ "f aM per second, ont ..( Twentj
,nt are considered, one in Imu- ^imvm depth ol joo feci,  so |mile creek; the same coinpanv,
that
ope, one in America.   The Eur-,""'; P*' hJ?lri"' *££*"
„„.,., ,,n   Karlsruhe, has  lb,  ," ■'■ l-t-. n.ilitaiv ,„ othatwiei
ll-aa.AiiinsHi,,,,,,,,,/'"    V^r    (klPU>     -'
ir.il ring surrounding ihe cast
i..i 23 titbit feet per second out
ol Swilt r ver.
that Ir-'in them siint*. tin iasi
It* is perpetual!) In lien.
The American city, Neu Oi
bans,  has  I,nli.il    di 11 lo|i)inul.
because thi  Mississippi lormi a
seiiii-inih 1011111I iln* .in, and
iiii siruis being at tight angles
io ilu siim circling nver,  lend
to meet at a iirile 11 litre.
Both thi * ■ pronoun
ced bj ilu author to show no
improvement on iln rectangulai
type, partly ka tin reason that
radial itrei is become sharp su
lllllllll   .Iglieabli   lio]    mil
venient; in other words, because
ilu tin is divided into wedge*
sll.iped alias, and p.illll  bn all i
tin exigences ol modern circuli
tion demand that, instead ol 001
tr.illn centre, 01 even two,
whi nu distribution i.ikis plan*,
tin Ie  shall  bi   a SrrilS ol  11.illlt
placet all connected bj broad
thoroughfare! Latei oa the
authoi allegi iln failure ol tin
radial system, nol only (oi the
how  given,  bul
i,,11 i   it  does noi   provldi   sa
last in,,,11- oi transit in a trans
lirectioa
Iln  iln   "ih.i  hand    iiisiaihis
an given iii which a mon oi
less radial dei i lupini in has heen
ami is evidently highly convenl-
mt. and statements ait made
elsewhen la tin wort that Um
radiating tvpe hns been moat
generally loll..wni in Kuropt
thai it hai proved in the pasi
lo be the i.i Iter lystem, also
thai in tin inniai siatis then
has recently been i tendency to
ii* kei   ol   former
dai s and win I. possilili lo n
tin io tin radial syilew hut
all these slatemi nt • an n a on
i ih*d in the gun ral com lusioti
Iai* r arrived at, thai i sclusive
adoption of, oi shaolntc adherence to, i i 1 hi r radial or rei Lingular principles will Is round lo
, disadvantage and  li
uniim e
It iii.n in Inn Mibmitted ih il
radial road   ol    ireets would
ground lhan mo hit. cannot be
located within the dty.
The i.ui)t in this is iif course,
nail thai tlu blinks are rtilang-
lil.it. but thai ihey arc tOO
small.
The    illsadt, illlages      ol      Ihe
cbeooboerd or rectangular planning art: isl, as two sides ,,|
|   lilallgh   ale  longer  than     lllc
third, u is evident lhat in ■
rectangular city, when  transit
must lu al right .ingles, dtisens
who would prefer to go diagonal^   ar, obliged to travel   ti,.-
i!n i and with more i xpi tiiliiiu«
oi nine that w.aiiiii in* necessary
ll diagonal streets existed. At
this stag, iln ,iiiihoi advancee
the conclusion: "Thai iln red
angular .it', is not perfect without diagonal Stnett, and that
diagonal streets waste the \ir-
'in  a.l the diagonal lorm."
Hi Tnggs gives as the second
disadvantage ol tin right-angled
systems that wlnn topographical accidents" (say ravine, lull
oi rum   "break lb n iworh ol
' * ill smh | utv,lhe stints
do not ah i iaii I.i a ..nigh yard"
"Ii oliin happens," Iii nays,
"thai   to  gel   from   point    to
poinl oil abolll the I e level, a
rise mat   have   lo   la*   .isiamlcd
ami descended, in addition to
wasting one-third ol the die-
tance.1'    The first pari ol   the
IgSl   slat. Hunt  is doubtless cor-
n11 ilu I.isi pari of ii is not m
. i uhni.
Prom our revh a thus far, ll
is evident thai both Lhc radial
and rectangular --\ sn ms. il rigorously .nllii n d to, have disadvantages to iln citizens, and
the combination ol both lypes
thus k ni*mi io be considered
Hot Wanted Thi Kxpress of-
I* i aa i iceptional opportunity
lor a biighi hoy, with ■   good
i.lll. .il.loll,   who   wishes to barn
ilu   printing  trade,     Liberal
Wages will be paid  lo llu   light
bm, who is willing to learn and
who will ita) willi ,, good job.
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Changes ol advertise*
mints   must   be iu    thl
hands    ol   the    printers
Hoi    later   than  Wnlnis
day "f each week to en
sure publication, Positively no variation from
this rule will be made.
Pioneer
Bakery
S. H. Walker,   •   Proprietor
Prodi Bleed dsily rfeliven .!
In ,lb  I'.llN a.| ||,e , II*
ih laat. s for ,<i
.( Ini   2i, H lals
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
HIGH GRADEI AKE
PASI KV, BTC
PIONEER BAKERY
I'lllM'    .S 71     LllllSal.l ,\te
1
groceries
prcvisio s
boots and shoes
geNts'fiJhNisHiNgs
Our aim  is lo (five s itiifn Hon
to our customers.
Our ill li\ a ri got-i Id llll p.II It cl
tin* 1 iit.   II you hive im tela
phone leive toui nimi  and
our ah livery mil i .ill.
it*
TYSON
Ti liplii 41
( .ai   8th Sr, .nul l.iinsiliil,*
norih .... ftAgnv
Phono 126      Store 111 1st street west
New Clothing
Tor Fall
Has Just Arrived
Buy early while there is a
large range to choose from.
Every ?uit is a bargain
imstTi
ra"TUW%i»*
CUMMINGS
Gent's Clothing,       Furniahingi,       Men's,   Lsdies', and
I Ihii ben's l'i. Is ,1111! Sll'ia -
Nl-'.XT TO BURNS1 MKAT MARKI-.T
*    '.lu.-o   ill  , la a --   Milk   mii.I l'i, Hln :      aTMHaHa*BBK
qu.litygnati.nii i    Saw Lulll KnsoD tund:
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|C* a  Ta-,- Ill.
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*  c. Mimiii.us
WM. PHILIP Prop.
A. FAKRO
Genernl Corltractoi
11:11.1 Clearing, Stomp iiii'l Roek
(Halting. Kutrii inn* near haaMl,
All dsnafi 1 sudi" snd
Saala*  ;l|**l*||'-  (l.T   MlH*
11111I1T..1I li r Mill mnl  C 1
N-OM RIKI
W. H. ATONEY <B CO.
It M PLOY MENT     AUKNCV   [l*jgn| ,,f ,,v,,rv ,;,,,.,*: |,t j,,,,
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11 ;ill|','i|n'is  I amis (li|s, \ ami MPS, Ar
— llmis,  Painting  (Haling, Paper lliingiiiji   KaUoniining
11 'atii    . ic.
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Honnl of Trade
North Vancouver Hoard ol
Trade meeti thc third Tuesdav
of each month, at S o'clock p.
111., in llu- board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesdav of cull iiionth. I). G.
Dick, President ; J. R. .1. Murray, Secretin!'.
WEDDING
RINGS
Artistic Dosigns Sound Workmanship
—__—_—mm_M McdciT.to Prices
Phone 37    '
LAW & KNOWLES
Ai:( iim-ii es  ami  BtflLDKHfl
We Cxn Design ,-uid We C«u Build
P.O. Box 211
Are b i i for, il oi 11 women, yel the I.m II a *:i* tiltea
consulted about ill    pan h.is**,
ir they ihould be, \\*
rini.s cannot bi to*' goo I is
quality tin t iti nol evi
pun liases We have ihem in
In iv) solid filial, guirantii d
io In) ,i lonn Iiiiiiiii.*. In
tylei ■ i ringi we easily
i.ikr ihe li id ia variety, quality ind l..« |.i.a* - Bu) youi
jewelry here ind ton mil get
the In s| value (i i imu i,i.nn v.
GRASSIF & CO.
318 Cambie Street
Canyon View Hotel
capilano
THF. FINEST TOURIST RESORT ON IHE
B C. COAST
\r rOMOlill B STAGE ny is 1 n 1   en it en*! el Keilh
Road lam. North Vim   ivi 1
Rati s ,<: 511 jn 1 ,| a ninl upwirda
r LARSON,
Propi 11 uu.
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Minigi 1
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I NORTH   VANCOUVER  SUBDIVISION
3T1I street, I ■ >a   LoMillll I
BLACKSMITHING
HOKSISHOI ING
STBIL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
BTC, ETC.
.'onl Shtiprnini;»-pecmlly
* We havi. Ini.l placed nn mir limi'l- f..r qslcl hIi this Work "I .'m-lnnt Ini., mib-
■   ilivisioniilliliiik-'Js. -jn, :;unml ||, Districi I*
a> ThU ll ID uceptloflll opportuoltr to IIKAI'l.lhi.i: IMI I LtSI Imm n email
♦ ii-ivt-Htm.nl Inr ihn (bUowing mm
^\m     It is Close to the Inlet tt the Mouth "I Seyin-mr Creek
^^      It Adjoirs   lhe   Prop 1 ed Second  Narrows Bridge,
0 Ami will "iilv I"- n li-* mi nut ■   ri I • (mm tin* I Viitri',.f VmiiniiviT ril,
• There nr.* 171 lulu ill  tin-block SBd SlOBl   lull' "f llii-m hm llSOmif 1'i'cii    "I
The   |af|ir.   an-   In*
lnsi«i« |ot»
$250
Corner*
$300
KM   lerm.
(Ine-Hllli. Otmt,
tulinct, n quartert**
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Martinson & Co.
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NORTH VANCOUVER. B.C, THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
This week at the lair closes
with a grand celebration ol the
agricultural interests of the
country. A great "harvest
home lestival" will be held today (Friday), followed by an
immense barbecue tomorrow.
Seven liiaiiiiuoth oxen will be
roasted whole in the open air,
out of which io,ooo juicy sand-
wiclies will be made aud distributed hol, to the visitors. At
night an old fashioned hoe down
will be held in the Washington
state building. The only condition ol entrance is that every
man must wear overalls, and
every woman a gingham or a
calico dress. On Sunday, the
harvest home festival will dose
with a jubilee meeting in the
amphitheatre in which a doecn
noted evangelists and singula
will participate.
Saturday will also be observed by Northwest miners as their
special day.
The visit ol President Tall
will be a leature ol the week,
from Monday, September 27 to
Sunday, October J. It is admitted thai the travel to Hit
lair will reach ils highest point
during this week.
A brilliant program has been
planned ior President fall's
visit, Thursday. He will be
banquuted in thc New York
stlite building, escorted through
the exposition grounds ill a mag-
niiitcnt auioiiionile parade, aim
tendered an elaborate reception
in lllc Washington state building in the evening. Thc president will address the people ol
the Northwest in the natural
amphitheatre ol the fair, uliuh
Mats 17,11x1 people, in the alternoon. .Alter the reception in
the evening, Mr. Tall has consented to ride the goat as an initiate into the Artie brotherhood. One hundred olher candidates will be admitted into
the northern order along with
the president.
The opening ol the live stock
show on Monday lo continue until October 4, will lie thc largest
event ol llu program ut the last
month at the exposition. More
lhan two thuiisaiid head ul thur-
oughbred slock have been entered, and in the poultry department more than live thousand
birds and lifteen hundred pigeons
CHURCH SERVICES
Methodist church, corner 4th
and St. George's avenue:—
Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Sunday school at Moodyville at
11 a.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday it 7.30 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. B. H. Balderston, B.A.
Lynn Valley Institute Hall:—
Services every Sunday morning it II, and evening at 7 p.m.
St. John the Evangelist, ;th
und 13th streets;—
Holy communion b a.m.;
morning prayer 11 a.m.; evening prayer 7 p. in. On the
lirsl Sunday in the month there
will be a second celebration oi
the holy communion at 11 a.m.
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
Services at St. Clement's hall
Lynn Valley: Morning prayei
II a.m.; evening prayer 7 p.m.
Priest-in-chaTj- Rev. H. 11.
Gillies.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church, bth street:—
Services at n 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.
North Vancouver Catholic Indian Mission:—
Sunday Services—Mass at 9
a.m. Sunday school at 2.30 p.m.
Benediction at 3 p.m. Pastor:
Rev. E. Peytavin, O.M.l.V.G,
Baptist Church, cor. 5th and
St. George:—
Sabbath school at 2 p.m. Services at 3 p.m. and at 7.30 p.m.
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work
e       e       s
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hall
A. Campbell Hope, C.A., Cal.
ARCHITECT
1st Stmt, E. of Sl. Andrews
Nortli Vancouver
D.C8C0TT, l'miTi-tnr
A full nml I'a mjilrtr rtnrk uf finicciirr,
F uiu, linirii I'liiiliictt. float mail Ven!,
r'tflttt'et. Me. 1 ti'jil on '"imi.
Dl'lilaT)  IIIHlll* l.l Itll l*alM-aal l!a>* III,
I'ir. luili Rd anil lilmn li-ior
Phone Hi        .Xorlh I'ltncoiirer
I. O. O. F.
North Vincouver Lodge, No.
55, meeti aviry Thursday even-
iif, comer Lonsdale avenue and
Firit street, at 8 o'clock. Visit-
iag-brethren uirdially invited to
attend. Edwin Peers, N. Q.j
Then. 8. Nye, Ric.-ik.; J. H.
Mling. rin.-eee.
Preserving Fruit*
PEACHES, PLUMS,
CRABAPPLES, BTC.,
For sale b) thl case.
Best Fruits at Lowest l'lin*-.
Also full itoch of fresh
GROCERIES and
DAIRY  PRODUCE.
THE Wl I COW PARLOR
J. Mermen, l'i o|i.
65 Lonidali Avium.
60 YEARS'
EXPERiENCf
Tr*oi M-RKI
Mine
COP'-RIGHTS ic.
Ant-on* IMliltni ■ .art -h .nd i"-acriptl.-in oiif
qul.'ktf ..r.ruln oul i ■ i,.|..o fits wbtili.r an
lnTflntlooi.prnh.Mi-; .i.l.blo, Comirauiila-ia.
lla.ni.lrloUTMiiddi'i.ll il. IIAND800K on I'»I«UU
lent frr*. Ol'lMt .L-.ia r fur ..Turing [W.iilc
l'u,n.U tn.n trim.1.I1 H.11.11 a Co. IKtlrt
mttialaaUM, wttl-oiitcinraa*, latt*
Scientific timtlm*
A hindftomelr Uluntntcii weeklr. Imh-i cir.
tjulnUtiO ot UT •clentif.o Ji-uroii, 'Iurine for
Cttwlfc,un ft r*tr,pueta-ffl ptplUil.   Md by
ttttf«-*llwToik
Brain'.: CiOm, ■ F Ut, W.*l,li..l*an, 11 e.
ROYAL
STANDARD
MAKES
BETTER
BREAD
You will appreciate this fact
if you have tried it.   Those who
have need it admit the fact, and
they are the ones competent to
judge, Koyal Standard makes
more breed. That is liecause il
goes lurther — lici'.msc it is a
pure product of genuine quality
throughout. Vou will require
hul little inducement to use Royal Standard Flour il you have
once tried it. lt is its own best
testimonial.
Ask your grocer for Royal
Standard Flour.
Then loo, with every sack you
Inn , vou Millie ,i ih,iiui' ol winning a beautiful iou piece china
tinner let
Maiiiif.u llli ed bv
TWO GOOD BUYS
FOR   SALB-Clearetl   lot   on  Tenth,
Wi 1,17, $71)0.   Two year'H termi.
FOB SALE line lot on 20th mrt-et,
i'ln.'* lo Lorn-dale, »:i*tu (UUI.-1 -h
balince eaiy.
JACK LOUTET
l
213 Lonsdale Ave
Telephone L89
Good
News
VANCOUVER H. U
J. \v. BALMAIN
CIVIL    I   NI.INttatU
t'u.MitiiT Purveyor und Arntiitecl
Mill 111   VANTOI'VRn.
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THE    LONSDALE    PBARMAC. \\
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINE*
A T   VANCOUVER   PRICES    . . .
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US  A   TRIAL   ON   YOUR
t NEX1 ORDER. I'HONE 2t)
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I DRUGGIST
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No excuse now for not
BUYING THAT   PIANO
Contracting for several hundred
pianos, J37500 to $450.00 grades
at a big cut Iroiii Manufacturers'
Wholesale Prices, enables us to
ship in
CARLOAD LOTS
and by the "new harness system," saving to us many dollars
in freights alone, wc arc now
selling
Popular   Dependable   Pianos
1275    tttio    I300   <3J5
I6.00 to (10.00 per month
When you deal withm you get the
best that Thk Laicist Piano Coh-
f.kn is WetTtaa Canaha, backed
by 38 VFARS  HUtfrtCaU KXHF.KIEHCI
and an abundance ol capital, cm
give.
Montelius Piano House, Ltd
4M-MI la.li.a). Mrwl »Mt
Viacoever,      •       •       B.C.
A SNAP
FOUIl acres CL08I TO LONSDALE AVE.
This will make a good subdivision.
Prices and Urnis right.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
Lonsdale Avenue, near Ferry
Phones—Office 24 House 22
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU GREENHOUSES
Limited
elu.iai'.l
CUT FLOWERS
in town at lownl pricoa.     Give 111 a Mel hi
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
6-jV l|.i>li.uis St., W.        Vancouver, B.C
JOB PRINTING
IF vuii arc in need of any Lodge
Stationery, woh m By-Liwi
Latter Honda, Envelopea, etc, or
if vmi require Billbeade, Btota*
menta, Progrttntoea, LnviUtioni,
Wedding Cabinete, Pamphlets,
liiiukli't-, Reoaipta, Porton,
Dodpri, Menus, or anything In
tha printing line, aaod jrour order
in'to this office. The fork will
In* lir*-t-cla- ami lhc prices will
he right.
THE EXPRESS
All new houses should be piped (or gas in order to lave the
heavy expenditure lor thii convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
POWF.R CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
NORTH VANCOUVER
CunpbelH Hlfu.rl
I'loprlpion
STEAM
LAUNDRY
Everything lew and up-to-date.     All classes ol   laundry
work for hotels, houses, individuals, etc.
First class work by latest and best methods.     City  and
district delivery.    Moderate charges
Have your Launbry Word done locally,
HEAD OEEICE KM) WORKS:
llth Street, East
DOWN TOWN OfEICt
V lonidale Ave
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New enterprise on  Lonsdale Avenue,  No.  44}
Bitw-~-.ii Hli and .Mii Nmfc
The North Vancouver Piano Co. &
SCHOOL OF Ml sll
Will Mil jam anv'mitrurai'iit want*! and teach iou|howto play
tin-in    Leavt your plain, tuning nnlrri al Ihii pill,*.
Call and see ua.   Kaiy term, eiten.lc<l to ynu.
Al.i. HOOPS ANH WORK l.l'.lKANTKtli
North Vancouver
Transfer
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
We can handle as many more.     If you an thinking ol building
set us ind talk the matter over
CAMPBELL ir* MILLER
20,1 Lonidale Ave. North Venoonrer
fiuxr. jataHM.
t,a*rtalar
Cartage. Removal*
Parcel Delivery,
tutorage
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Hutel Norlh Vancouver
Telephone  No. a.
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ih Uonadale Ave. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
TIIK EXPRESS
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month.
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en   lo * mii ;■• i lim ..;i. h iur nun.
I'.vriitai   Ai'i a ..a iai iii.ti.    Ratal   nr*
iiuiiii il I* i-ording lu -i*in*a* laken,
llli'li "..''-ill  ''..' I  I l»l ni*.* lhia|ltl
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TIIK  CITY'S  CREDIT
As 1-. noted in another column
there visited ihe ni> recently,
the representative oi ilu iiim oi
iiii,uiiial brohera in iln east,
through uinnn ,,11 iiK. debenture
bonds issued bt tne citj i" date
have '"in placed for the banha,
North Vancouver, it appeara,
occupies ,it ilu* present unit  a
very enviable position, ill tbe is
um.iiion ui tins influential firm.
The dty, rn* are assured, is
sou ui'lili known, and has 1
splendid reputation in linancial
circles, uur bonds are being
sought and purchased in l,,igc
blocks l,t hading niMiiaiiit i,,m
panics .unl ,,tin 1 laia., Gnancial
corporation!, whose investments
,iie oi 1 mon conservative type,
in which security is lhc prime
coiisider.iiioii. The iitu ,,u
thoriius tun informed that lhc
l.llgl      .lllal     ttUlitllt      lllllitll,      III
tins influential Gnu had been
informed by circular ol the de-
mi..bit nature ol North \ ancou-
Wl   ii lv      ll  ttas lllllllll    in-
limated that tin condition oi
the muni t market is very favorable lot  lioinl is,11,-,, ihal    iiii*
iliuiiili ui this flrm would 1 ni 1
thasi suih bondi as ttii, recom
mended, and that thc Qrm uas
prepared iu recommend any im-
Ihir issius it hull thi*-, till might
hau in contemplation,
Assur.Hues Mich as ihist, uilil-
■••K h .1 reliable source, can
not bUt |'la,t, .,1 a lllusl glatilt-
ing nature to tha ratepayers,
itlult 11 ia uol possible i" ii.nt
.ill   lilt   t.iusts  uhlili  hau   ,,,||,
bined to bring about tins s,,tiv
factory stati ,,1 aflaira, as mn,
pared with conditions which oh
tained eighteen months ago, 11
is salt io iay ibai Hi. change is
dm iu at ie.ist loin causes, via.,
tin general improvement in the
1 n market   ilu glutting i,,
1 ''hi Canadian west as an
excellent iniil 1..1 investment;
tht ioiui.iii.ition ui influences
nluiii has iniil,.1 I,, bring Hm
1.ii<l liili-i prominently into pub
lii tun iui months p.isi ami tlu
comparatively small amount ol
additions la ilu bonded di bl ,<i
North Vancouver, which havi
bun iii.nl. 1..1 ilu pa 1 year,
Hu  "i'i.   margin which   ai
*, tltli II   llu    sl.it
ui'.n borrowing powei ..i iln
utt an.1 lur   bonded   indebted
lu        It.is  stllijnt    ul    latut,ilil,
toimiiiin upon tlu pari ul tin
bllallil.il Ii pn sent.illii t,, tth,,|ii
11 I' I'M"   Ila *   bull   lliadi Tin
1 iacl 1.1.Ii 111 ilus regard ..i. as
lotto* * Tin total asscssiil
i.ilm   ui   landa   and   Improvi
lllillls  in   lb,   ult   lul   llu    tial
Tin Iiiiiii
ui tin borrowing powei "i the
un under tin statuti  la Iwenty
pll       Uill        "I        lIllS      ,llll,lllll .at
On tl        '   ' band
tlu  tuial bonded indiI 'uliuss.
Ill' 111   '
rhen ai' -il 0 lu*.ii
improvement bonds to the amount ol frl,394, but these are
exempt Irom ihe statutory provisions. Heme the bonded in-
debtednen dots noi amount to
nut per ei-iit oi the statutory
bm 1 uu mg   power,  ihe actual
margin in lhe city's lavor being
S5u4.3b4.20.
While Uie lact is hilly recog-
ni/.e<l lhat 11 ttnlllil not be wise,
even il it uere possible, for idle
city to borrow to iln* lull
amount ol lur statutory powva
it is nevertheless evident that
ihe issuance ol bonda, to au
amount sufficient to provide Ior
all purposes 1h.1t .ue in contemplation, ttnlllil still IcnVC a very
ttl.le   uiai gill   ill   (at or   ol    lllc
iiiy, as between her bonded debt
and her statutory borrowing
pollers.
•'loin present indications, il is
probable   that   the  ratepayers
mil be called upon, iu the near
future, to vole upon money bylaws as lollows; For the improvement ol city parks, $5000;
lor lire lighting equipment, $3.-
000; lor road making plant, }>lo-
000, aiid lor ferry purposes, say,
$125)000, making iii all {143.000
Then la likewise a possibility
ui loans being required ior the
purchase oi  additional ichool
sites, iul  assistance   to   Second
Narrows bridge, and lor ihe
city's shale ol lhe installation
ol a sell age system, but lllc
lllusl liberal allowances lor all
egllilliate purpOKI ,il present
ill light, tt ould not sliell lhe tulal lo ,1 sum equal to one hall
the remaining amount which the
iitv is empowered to borrow,
In view ui ihis entire siuia-
tion, it  111.1t   nutt  Iii  said   lli.it
the vexations discrepancy hitherto in evidence between the
titt's statutory borrowing power ami hu practical borrow ing
I'aiitii has disappeared, .ind ihat
iioili these features allord a
gi.iim mg certainty ihat a
ready m«rket .maits Norih
Vancouver city debentures, to
iln mil amount "i her requirement! lor all purposes .is ihey
appear .a the present time, The
pn \.ih nu* ui .smli conditions at
this juncture, constitutes a must
auspicious circumstance in  ibe
ail.ills ,,l   tin* nty, ol  whiih    it
mil doubtless be found thai tile
ratepayers will nol In* slow    lo
lake advantage, lur the carrying "in "i an energetic and enterprising policy ui advancement, such as will greatly .is
sisl the city's growth and COT-
respondingly promote ihe inter*
isis ui property holders ami residents.
ELDER MURRAY  CO.
Subdivision of Blocks 2 and 3,
D. . 613
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Price—I to 8, $330 each
-9 to 16,   275   "
TERMS—Jf cash, balance 6, 12 and iK months.
can Strongly recommend  this as a good  and safe
investment
Tht    Shtrwin-Williamt    Paintt    Cottr   the    Earth
MILLINERY
Styles—tlmt iiitkfi)nti>!< necessity—■in nil good
millinrrij. In thin you trill Jiml mtr stuck torn*
plete in ihr leading Hut shtipt.i, Wings, Feothtn,
Elmrt rs, Oriiitinfiih uml Trimmimjs.
Your urilt'T uill receive prompt attention,
MISS OURLE
lit Lonsjale Avenue
Xortli I'linci'tirei
• Get
ii F°r
&The
£ Fall
$ Shoot
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We tarry in .lurk a full Ilm- of Kllli-n, Hun. ami Ammunition at
the lowest market prii'M.
I unit* in ami hm- the new Canadian Rum. Bile.
Tht
Paine  ®. McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
urairt-W illiamt    Paintt    Coter    the    Earth
Till'; WIDENING OF STREET
The experience ol  ihe older
cities   ill    the   matter    o[    tllc
broadening "i Important tlmr-
iiighlares, after buildings ol a
Iliuli   ur leSS |H'IIII.UH III illal.11 I
1 I  Ilui   Ihi ii 11111 til llpull thelll,
should miu   as all object  lesson
iu younge! 1 ilics, in which there
is a probability "i tin sain,, pro-
li in presenting itsell, suoiut or
Iih i       The   situation   in   Vali-
laiinn ttiili reference to I'endei
llul.  is a i.ise III pollll. It
iiuit develops ih.it this itreet is
1 i.uiutt, especially that por-
11- 01 ui 11 in tween Cambie street
imi   IVeiliuiniter  avenue,   ami
ill agitation ll.is Inin stalled,to
li.itt   ll   ttlaliiiul at a  COSt esti-
III*ll' 'I ,|l llulll $350,000 t'i S |l Hill' 111.
A short iiiiii ago tbi'* 1 "iibl
h.i\.  Iiiiii accomplished  [01   a
ii.n tt il tb it amount,    Tin
dilemma in arhkh Vancouver
hmls hersell in Ihis mallei   tag-
1 11«      pUSSlllllll t      Ml llllll., 1
siiu.iiiutis developing in Korth
Vancouvei As ,1 ajNciik illiis
tration, Ist   im 1 in it be inui
llll      llll      VeSl      Sill,       a,1
I .-11 .dale  attliue,   lllc   street    ls
luu leel wide, and 011 the casl
side il is but an [eel in width,
lhe result being .1 jog of 2o (eel
on the south side of the street,
011 the east   side   ol   Lonsdale
a venae.
It   is   reasonable   to   suppose
that ist slreel is destined to become an Important street in Ulic
cilv thai is lo be, aiid that unless it is widened,   it   will   not
only in a perpetual "eyenow"
but a permanent and serious detriment to the streei. Al the
present time lhe slreel could be
made ol uniform width at comparatively small cost, but in a
few   years,   lhe   situation   will
probably be entirely different in
tlliis respect.
There are doubtless othei locations throughout the dty
where similar conditions obtain,
iind in all these   instant es,   th,
exercise ol foresight in the anticipation   ol   future  Heeds,   will
prove ill the utmost benefit  to
the  city,  both  as  lo  linancial
saving ami as to the capacity of
our streets [or answering tin* requirement! lhat may be levied
iipuii thelll.
For Office Stationery try
The Express
Front bedroom to rent,   with
lire plate.    Apply al this ollice.
DON'T
FORGET
We alwaith 1 urn in lino!
SWIFT'S PRF.M1UM
HAMS and BACON
also
PREMIUM COOKED
HAMS
ftrvl tlmi nur pried '.uinuf bl
hfnti'ii.
C.R.HICKMAN
GROCER
l,niisilii|i- Ave aiiil Nli »t
Stanley
heights
THE BEAUTY SPOT OE NORTH VANCOUVER
BitUtttd on tin- Beautiful Sunny Southern Slopes overlooking Burrard Inlet,
ami our fair city.
LARGE VIEW LOTS $100
CORNERS
$120
TERMS-$5.00 Cash:  $5.00 per month or $1.25 per week*
NO INTEREST NO TAXES
JONES & FRANKLIN
and S. F. MINSON
PH0NL 970
OPEN EVENINGS
441 PENDER Sl.
i\.ll.~[n I'titi of iln 'Iniil) af tin purchaser, his or her heirs shall receiti tteUtt
iiiii io om loi, trillion! further payment being tnmli. THI EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVKR, fi. C.
II
Kvery person who is not certain that liis name appears on
the provincial voters' list should
bear in mind the fact that lion-
day, October 4II1 is thl lasl day
for registration. As previously
pointed out   in   these   miliums,
there is no difficulty In Qnding
those who are authorized  to
lake Ule liei'i-ss.irv dei 1,nations
and live minutes of any elector's
time will arrange tin entire
matter. The number "1 appli
eaiioiis to dale has heen exceedingly small, aiiil then appean
to he a probability that many
qualified elector! are in danger
nl allowing men negligence to
deprive lluni ol tin ballot, tot
the Information ol unregiitered
voters,   The   Kxpress    lu-reiiith
pulilishes again, the list ol ttioat
qualified to take thi neceeaary
declaration,     The list is as
follows. Any justice of tlm
peace, Mayor \V. II. May, Reeve
.1. Y. McNaught, Aldermen Q,
W, MtKae, Wm. McNeish, B 1).
SchulU, W. II. Young, \V. ,1.
Dick and \V. II. Hraim; Councillors 0. A. Gordon, T. A. Allan,
C, K. Robson, and W. II. Davison; anv coiiimissioiier (or inking affidavit! under the dectioni
act as:    A. Iv Critkmav, A. S.
Bruce, II, S. McDowell, II. Iv
Kennedy, H. lv Reid, T.S.Nye.
Heny Holland, A. .1. Nve, P.
King, J. Dusnl, A. K. Steacy,
City Clerk I. Shepherd, District
Clerk A. Philip, anv registrar of
titles or deputy registrar, anv
notary pulilie and collector of
voters, anv provincial or special
toiislalilc, any government a-
gent, government assessor, mining recorder or his deputy, sti-
])eiidary magistrate, municipal
assessor, judge of any court,
postmaster, postmistress or Indian agent
l-XIIIHITION  NOTIvS
The lollowing corrections have
nunc to hand in lhe pri/e lisi of
the Horticultural exhibition, as
published last week: Mrs. G.
Wi Sugden, I,ynu Valley, won
lirst prize ior jellies and jams.
G. A. I.eith, of Lynn Vallcv,
won lirsl pri/e for he.it t potn-
toes.
The big box of lioliie-niade
i.uidy ollered al the t.iudv booth
by Mrs. Kaderinatlit-r, was won
by Mrs.Kinder, Clieslt-rlield ave.
The total Uttxcedl from this
booth were $55.65.
CAI'ILANO 11RIDGK REl'AIR
Deterioration of a sonu-wliat
serious nature has been discovered in Capilano bridge, with the
result that the structure is closed to trallic, pending repairs.
The bridge is carried by means
of a bottom cold under the
flooring and a tup cord at the
lop ol each truss. Kaeh ol
Ulese cords lonsisls ol three
bvaiiis separated by intervals of
two inches in width.      Through
these Intervale running from tne
lop told lo tile bottom nud,
pass two inch iron rods. The
plans oi the  bridge, showed   a
three-quarter Inch Iron plate on
top ol Ule top cord aiid uiider-
Ineath tin- bottom cord, extending all lhe way across the three
stringers, and likewin a shorter oiie-liall inch iron plate, just
long enough lor llu- iron rods to
pass through llielii. The rods
were then tightened by mums of
nuts against these iron plates.
Il transpires lhat the contractor
sul'slitiutcd wood .in some instances for these larger iron
(plates, with the result that the
; short iron plates have not been
equal lo the strain and were in
danger of giving way altogether
In repairing the bridge the corresponding rods from the old
Seymour bridge, which was ol
Uiu- same type, will be installed
ill close proximity to the present rods, thus relieving them
of the weight ol the bridge,when
they will be'loosened and the necessarv alterations will be made
It is probable that about tno
weehe will be required in order
to place the bridge in suitable
condition for traffic.
We solicit ihr tm.in<*M of llanuhcluiTr,,
•*n(Hii.*-r..ii(l other, who re-lire Ihe idriaabil-
1 ly «.f luvittg their 1-nlrnt btiainru transacted
l*Y i:"rpertl. Preliminary advice Iree, Charge,
motleritc Oar In. enlor'a Advliacr .<■ 'it u|ioa request. M.rlonaM-irl.n, Rraj'd., New York Life
I l.l"   Ma.lal'*-.!    .li.l ai*,.l*,.,»l„o   Ilt   UU
SAW  MIU.  INCORPORATED
The Diplock-Wright Lumber
Coinpanv has been Incorporated
under the name of Seymour
Lumber Company, Limited, The
capital of the company is Suhi,-
000. The incorporators are
A. B. Diplock, .1. Cooper Keith,
V. tt'. l-'arel, A. Dunbar Taylor.
The board of din-dors consists
of A. B. Diplock, presukni; tt.
tt. Montelius, A. D. Taylor, V.
W. I-arcl and F. .1. P. Gibson,
of allowing mere negligence to
company.
The cilv was probably never
so lull ol residents as at the
present time, There arc very
few houses available (or rent.
Suites ill the Keith blink have
linn 111 demand and thc block is
rapidly Idling up.
B*K
Look lor tlic above trademark,
the sign of quality,, on your
cereal foods.
We manufacture thi belt
Rolled Oats
on the market today,
Leave your orders with us lor
HAY, GRAIN
AND  CHOP
1'ronipt Delivery
Satisfaction Guaranteed
The Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdale Avenue,
at Ferry Landing
Jas. Chapman,   local manager.
NOTICE.
riMIE Hunk of B,
N. A. and the
Hunk of Hamilton
announce; tliat they
have decided, com-
menoing Saturday,
October 2nd,to close
tlieir Nortli Vancouver branches for all
Imsiness, on Saturday nights.
GREATER VANCOUVER NEEDS
white CLirr
is tbe opinion of Acting Mayor Prescott who was a member of the party which attended the formal
opening of White Cliff as a guest of Col. White. In his address Mr. Prescott said he "heartily congratulated the Company on the excellent idea upon which they were at work and expressed his appreciation of the opportunity of seeing for himself the lovely spot on which their choice had fallen, and
declared thfl he hid always considered Horseshoe Bay the best spot for such a purpose on Howe
Sound and was convinced of its success."
Nowhere else in Howe Sound is there a location tor a summer home which has as many natural advantages and the same beautiful scenery as you will find at White Cliff.
The lots are 50 feet wide ; they face the Bay and command an uninterrupted view of the sound
and snow-capped mountains in the distance,   lt is an ideal view property,
The attractive features of the location, the natural beauty of the spot, the splendid supply of fresh
water from three meuntain streams, the presence of deep salt water to the very shore line, the fact
that the natural foreshore of Horseshoe Bay and Fisherman's Cove is reserved for public use, the excellent fishing in the immediate vicinity ; its convenience to Vancouver, from which it is no further
removed than are the residences of the greater mass of business and professional men in such cities
as New York and Chicago from their placee of business.
Such a resort as White Cliff is demanded by existing conditions at present, and we know of no
more deiirable location for the purpose than White Cliff.
In order that you may fully appreciate the beauties of Howe sound it is really necessary that you
visit tho property.
You will find White Cliff more beautiful than described.
If you are interested in a site for a summer home, before you decide on any particular location,
take time to carefully investigate the many pointi of merit in White Cliff.
Call at my offlce and view the many photographs taken of the property.
1
The pricei are low the terms easy.   If you forward your name and addreis at once I will be pleased
to furnish you with a copy of the beautiful book now on the press of "Picturesque White Cliff"
WEST SHORE & NORTHERN LAND CO., LTD.
AIRERI WHYTE, General Agent
23 Imperial Block, Seymour street,  Vancouver, B.C.     Phone .33,'lO THE  EXJ'ltESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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last   .11 *;    ■   lundlj ,i>ia a
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Co, Ltd
,.'>*.    ; •    >   and
K.lon-
diki in Oct a ■      i in
(in*.   - rivei     llu*
Ij   ia\
cquired
on   ,a
; tvili  the
local "i. the iv,ii
ti compan;    in   thi onl] i".il
irlct    it is nii'l
ii-.r.iti  io   upph  current
* us nea station pom Aug-
mt i, iyi      There is a certain
amount •: water power avail
,iiili during live monthi oi ilu
t.*,,i   hut dining  part  "I  tins
hood, .unl .ilsn ,i
I* « - ,a,u.jii.   \\ iih the
i ,iii|*li electrical poll a i ,'.'. tuning operationi in the
district V ill   i I.min.,U.l. Wlnn
irectori oi  ilu- company
tUotment mi .'uiu 12th
uiiiuu* pi,uis ur ipecili
till,11.1 tir had been  prepared regarding tlu- installation
.   managing .inni'ir,   E,
11   rhuriton, and the consulting
engineer, C. .1. Wharton,  have
'mi, ..Mi uiiliiu ine weeki,   III
complete arrangemeuti iur thc
.ih ui  the material  mnl
equipment,
Uuh it 11 exceptions everj
ihinj; it,is tuppliod by liriiish
manufacturers, owing to the ,id-
vantaga offered by the Canadian i.n uia ni i.il iluiiis mi British
machinery and tin- diiatlvaat.
ign imposed bj thc ln^li ratei
i.i Ireighl on lhe American mil-
era] s The cargo ul in.ii lum it
is being taken i" Uezko, where
11 mil Le transshipped across
tin iathmn- 111 ilu- fehnantepei
1.iiitt.it ,unl pin on board a ipe*
ci.ilh chartered vessel (or Sk,,-;
M.n. Alaska.   Thence it mil go
b) Hn- winii- r.iss and Vukiiii
railwa} to White Hone, and linally   111    Il.li j^   lul    .(aa.l   illlllS     U|*
ilu  Yukon river,    Thi plant,
nhiih baa .1 total capacity   oi
li p . mil in* erected ,a
tlu* month ui the company'!
coal mine, litnated about  4a
milts from Daman Citj     The
ing  |",uii   station i-- --tiii-
plied with n.."d luel on account
high price ol coal, hm the
*
thi vicinity, and iln
ntu  plant  will   In   run   in,unit
with inningi  which
11* III lh.
e line being oi coppei
other ui aliiiiiiiiiiuii,ainl
linei arc strung on  in
.iin sets ni poles ai .1 pre
.ii   against   the   risk   oi
ai,,w ns in bad weather, The
iny'i pin 1 lusts   comprisi
lie steel framework lor  the
iia'ii'a. 1.filers, automatii
ais, steel coal bunkers, ash
iling apparatui, steam pip-
pumpa, condensers,   lunbo-
'i.iiins,   trauaiormers,   and
irical .uui mechanical a< -
idea,    The chiel  conl.
.,    All SSI'S.    J
irs, Babcock
.. \i ileoz, 1,1 I . ilessrs, Willuns
.\* Robinson, Ltd., Thi Bi
Westinghoust Electrical & u .11-'
uiacturmg ( o., Ltd.,  The  Siemens Brothi 1 s' Dynamo IVoi *■
Ltd., Uauri  C  ,v J, Weir.Ltd
(pumps), The British Aluti
mu Co., I,i'i   and  Messrs, Sei-
nui!* Brothers A Co., Ltd
blon,     An English clerk ol thi
works, i\t" foremen erectori,and
a representative ol Messrs Bab
cock iV Wilcox are nuiv on thtii
waj   tu Dawson  Citj to join
Mr. Thurston, whu is already 1111
ihe not     -Mr. Wharton   will
■tart iur the Yukon in llu early
spring.
Mis W, II Parkin, :ud b'ri-et
east, had thc pleasure oi tntu
taining bet cousini, Mrs Dr,
Putnam ol Seattle and Mrs.Col.
Gray ol Charlottetown, P.E.I .
over Sundaj last. Mrs. Gi 11
proceeded east on Monda;
returned to her homi in Sn
Diplock-Wright
Lumber Co.
DIMENSION 1,1 MBER
SHIPLAF
RUSTIC
SHINGLES
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HERE'S REST
Direct From the East a Large
Shipment of Iron Bedsteads
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54 .nd 56 I     iiadil.
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LADIES HOSE, Cotton from 15c  ♦
Liiina Cashmere, cxta fine quality 50c   *
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;., ilu ijiiitn-*l'ur)' Avi-nuc car.     For Capilano
take tht Keith Koad car.
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A FEW SNAPS
for profitable Investment
Safety ■■ Income ■• frofit
North Vancouver
CALL AND SEE OUR
I * i.-?e and exclusive list
Correspondence Solicited
Choice City Lots-Cleared
CHESTERFIELD AVENUE between Keith Road and Rth itreet,
a few 50 foot lots. Price It 1200 each, terms one-fourth cash,
balance in 6, 13 and iH months.
9TH and RIDGEWAY. Double corner. Price 11500. Terma one-
fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months,
14TH STREET, in Block 52. Two Iota each size 50 x 156 It. Price
{525 each.   Terms one-third cash, balance in 6 antl 12 months
15™ STREET. Two lots in block 52, each size 50 x 156 ft. Price
1500 each.   Terms one-third cash, balance in 6 antl 12 monthi
4TH and SUTHERLAND. Corner. Price liooo. Terms one-
fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months,
3rd and SUTHERLAND. Double corner. Finest view in the
City. Price $2500. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12
and 18 months.
12TH STREET, in Block 83. Lots size 50 x 157 feet. Price I600
each.   Terms, one-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months,
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, full sized lot only J1500, all cash
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, corner. Price $2000. Terms,
one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
OTTAWA GARDENS.   A few choice lots at first cost.
GRAND BOULEVARD. Choice of all the unsold lots at first
prices.   Select neighborhood.   Building restrictions.
BEAUTIFUL HARBOR VIEW TRACT. A few full sized lots
yet obtainable (at first cost.) Prices from it 175 to (250 each.
Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
LONSDALE AVENUE. A few remaining lots at first cost. Prices
from t*475 to 11500 each. Terms, one-third cash, balance in 6
and 12 months.
KEITH ROAD. Corner in block 5. Price I715, Terms one-fifth
cash, balance in eight quarterly payments.
Semi-Business Property
KEITH ROAD AND JONES AVENUE. Corner sizt 60 x 140 It.
Price $2000. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18
months.
LONSDALE AVENUE in heart of the City. Site for business
block.   Size 100 ft. x 130 ft.   Price only $9000.
West Capilano
A few choice acreage tracts at prices that insure a handsome profit,
Lynn  Valley
Acreage tracts and blocks at less than one-half the prices per acre of
adjoining lands that are subdivided and being sold in loti.
Estates
As we are Sole Agents for the sale of properties and a large number
of Estatei in the City and Diitrict intending purchasers get
the benefit of first prices as well as lhc largest list of North
Vancouver properties to choose from.
We have also a good list of property fronting on waterfront, ist, 2nd
and 3rd streeti.   A few maps at less than grevailing prices.
FIRE INSURANCE in reliable companies.
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.D. 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, with chief place ol business in North Vancouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street
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North Vancouver, B.C.,
Telephone 15
Slmr', mu'lrriili-lt «(inli.,l Idler, mi
tim.en uf mmsI imiiiii- lateral <iilltie
I'liMlitlitHl In I'm, KiraK-m.
Nu ciiiiiiiunii-ati'iii pul.ll«lii"l i-ii'ipt
ot er M|<ii.it >m* ul nriii r
I'iii- l.ti-Ki.. li in no way reaiNinaitilo
i*,r iIn- iipiiiiuim ol ,',,m>>i|H,mil-lit., ami
Mm Un- right lo terminate a ilm un.l.m .it am um.-
MASS MKKTINC*
BditOf Express:
Sir,—lt is true 1 was not present at the mass meeting, bul
having heard so unit li of what
transpired 1 was at some pains
to gel reliable information, and
succeeded so well, that one ol
the clergy present complimented
me on the accuracy ol the report. Mr. Baldcrston says,
"the report contains three misstatements, and is misleading
throughout" but he fails to indicate even OM uiis-staleliielit.
lt is a plain bald assertion.
When one gentleman iihpugns
the veracity ol another, he generally gives some grounds lor SO
doing, and 1 am so satisfied
with the reliability ol my au-
authonlv, lhat I thallenge the
Rev. gentleman tn name those
liiis-staleiiients. He also in
his letter says the report is a
"garbled" one, 1 deny It emphatically, lt was a brill pl.iin
statement ol lads. Further la-
takes up a large part ol his letter with personal allusions to
myself, that is entirely foreign
to the subject under disiussion,
and is ol no interest whatever
to the general public. It Is to
be regretted that in distussing I
public question he eould not take
a higher moral stand than to indulge in personalities. II thc
above is a sample of the moral
reform they desire to Intrndim,
and should they succeed, I bar
would much resemble that ol
tlic man mentioned in scripture,
the moral status of the vallev
whose latter end was worse than
the first. In conclusion I am
afraid that his great zeal for
what he believes to be right, has
led him into a grave indiscretion
and his exuberant imagination
has t,instil him to infringe on
the very element ol truth, and
truth must lorm the basis ol
auy genuine moral relorm.
Yours truly,
H. WORTH
ISSS VALI.KV .NOTES.
The Veil. Arihd'u l'enlre.iili
is lo preath nexl Sunday evening, iu St. Clement's hall at lhe
7 o'clock service. Those present
at the opening ol the hail lasl
Mat, will be glad to have lhe
opportunity ol welcoming the
archdeacon uliic more lo the
valley.
The congregation ol Sl. Cir
ments aie preparing lor a concert to bc helil the lirst Thursday in October. Those who re-
iiiemlier lormer similar produt-
turns know that it means a genuine treat to the audience, ,ni<l
is worth going a long way to be
present.
The lirst regular meeting   ul
the Mill's Sm lal Club Has hi *ld
last Wednesday at ;.,io p in .
and a very pleasant tuning ttas
spent by those piistiit. All interesting winter is looked lorward to by the orgaiti/.atii'ti
CHII.DKI.N SDAV
Sunday will be "Chlhlrin's
Day" throughout the Prcsbylcr-
i.«ii church in Canada. The
morning serviie at Sl. Andim '■
church will be in harinouv ttiili
the occasion. A ilnldicn's ckoil
will lead tin- iuusli.il serine atul
tin |'.isii,r, Rev. J. I) r.ill.uii
will preach a special sunum In
young people and children.
C, Puts, mu ul the old limns
ol North Vamouver, wlm, m the
ulh il.its ill the bill servue,
ttas iili.itlinger lor the minpatit
was in town on Thin -'l.i\. 1""-.
ing up old a>i|U.iilit.ill'i- l;"t
sunn  months past he has ln-eii
njonniaf ii ihe mountains at
Field. l.agg.Hl. H.il'H '•l.i'l'l
and adjatellt points Bl cxpcits
to return to thc interior today
(Friday).
PACEY - FOLKHARD
The rile of holy matrimony
uas celebrated on Saturday last
between John Edward l'acey. oi
Vamouver, and Mary Ellen
Folkhard, of this city. The
bride had been residing with Dr.
and Mrs. Verner since tlu-ir totaling in North Vancouver, having tome uilh them Irom lhe inlet lor, and was a member ol St.
Andrew's Presbyterian church.
The ceremony took place- at the
home ol the bride's parents, on
Hunt street, Vantiiuvcr. Albert
M,ihomt ailed as groomsman,
and Miss Dutoihv .l.irratt as
btiilismaul. The knot was tied
by Rev. J. D. Gillam of this
city. Mr. and Mrs. l'acey will
rends in Vancouver.
SCOTCH DANCING
Al llie lasl general Inciting ol
llu Sl Amlrms & Caledonian
Siitletv, It Has resulted to hold
a tiiildi ilass lor lhe purpose
ol li .it ning ami pr.iitising reels
and nihil Sluttish dames. The
balls Inld lasl liar Were so sllt-
usslul lhat it Is hopsd that the
I.ids ami hisses who bit a lillle
diffident about taking part in
tin i ssinllally iicottlsll part ol
the piogiain ii-fll take this exceptional opportunity lor making themselves perfect   In   their
tl.illte dallies      Members ttill l,i*
enrolled mi Ttitsil.it itining.
Si|'iiiul"i iit-, at the Horticultural hall, at Kin o'dodl
alld all ale requested to bring
this mattei to the attention ol
their Iriituls.
Contractor On Skene, of ud
strut, has luen sullering with
blood |„.isoiiiiig, due to a cut on
his bn haii'l lit is making
good pngNH and will *'*i IMC
to resume work again in a week
or so.
A resi.tur.iiit whiih lus been
o|M-ratcil under lhe ual'ie ni lb
"Q I)" restaurant, went siulilm-
Iv out   ul   husini ss    liis  mi k
Suiulrv interested eiUaau troiiM
l„ nliligiil il the Iati' projuii't t
would apprise theni ol his address,
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY  •
Fact* arc it* Argument
A fourth of Burrard Inlet was
developed by the Canadian Pacific railway, with result of large-
customs revenue to Canada. Thc
national government now assists financially development of
thc rciuuiuing greater part of
the harbor,
The   centre   and   nucleus   ol
greater Hurrard is North Van-
ouver City.
Twenty miles watcrirontage
available ior industries, shipping and railroad bases.
Ferry system just bought up
by city to hustcn efficient and
increased service.
Two railroads to Norlh Vancouver authorised by Canadian
parliament.
Canadian Parliament has voted |2oo,ooo, also |6,4oo per mile
lor bridging the Inlet and connecting North Vancouver with
Vancouver.
Railroad's bridge plans fre
approved by dominion   govern
ment, and both roads have permission to use same bridge.
Canadian Pacific Railroad is
now negotiating wilh city Lc
lerryage ol its cars to Norlh
Vancouver, also lor shoreline
base lor transfer ol cars to ll.e
tracks oi existing electric **).-
way.
The prospect is that North
Vancouver will escape the out
railroad stage of existence, „) d
that early opening ol its -.iiore-
line railway will ensure rapid
developmenl of industries and
port. Just as thc Grand Trunk
Pacific railway means the doubling oi populated Canada, so
the bridging of Burrard Inlet
means a second Vancouver on
the north shore oi the harbor,
with repetition of Vancouver's
history, perhaps more rapidly
lhan in the first instance, as the
province has now more population lor new cities to draw irom
The history of Vancouver's
real estate summarized in a
sentence is that the assessed val
ue of the whole city is now
Iwenty times what it was a-
bout twenty years ago. Vancouver's first-rate residence lots
now realize more than twenty
limes their price twenty years
ago. Considering that localities change, it is doubtiul whether any property is more sure
oi lull ratio oi increase tiian
first-rate residence ground provided the locality is protetieil
againsl depreciation.
The grand boulevard of North
Vancouver is the third avenue oi
the world and the broadest ol
any city on this continent, lt
is dedicated to residences and is
protected lor twenty years a-
gainst depreciative structures.
Even here where the plethora oi
opportunities is the quandary ol
investors, the grand boulevard
is the very bull's eye of investment in North Vancouver—the
mark at which investment aims,
having certainty oi quality and
seeming certainty oi large increase in value.
Plans, price lists and other information can Se had from the
North Vancouver Land fr Improvement Co. Ltd. Lty.
Mahon, Mil «n land & Mahon,Ltd.,Official Amenta
CORSER RESPER ASb SEYMOUR STREETS, VANCOWB*, B. C THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
VICTORIA
The i'liii annual exhibition ol
the B, C, Agricultural iociet\
ul this iiu, tt,is held this week.
There is .1 proposition lielori
tin* city council to earn out
improvements at Spring Ridgt
.11 .ni intimated coat ol f 181,001
A handaoine addition wil!  I*
built In St. Ann's convent.   1
1.1 ISl   Sll","llll.
Governor Jas  ll* Bra It,  "1
Id,ihn, wis .1 visitor in ih- * Itj
ilns week, having taken a run
up (rum the Seattle exposition
It is understood that a ithin ,1
im weeki representative,*! i>[ the
C N K . ttill \mi the capital
fur the purpoie oi .irrii ing .,t
,111 agreement a ilh the -.: ivern
ment uilli respi * ■ to the exten-
sinii "1 the luus ni il'Mt compan) to the i".ist.
NI-'.W    Wl-iSTMlNSli'R
Tin- hoard "1 trade has decided to bring to tht attention ul
the federal government, the lad
ih,it operations for the Improvement nl the ilu *".tI 1.1 'lu I-':,i-
ler, are coniidered unsati!lart-
ory, and to leek io itnpreai thc
luitssiiv ni improveuic'iU al a
permanent chafai U-r.
The grading ol lhe B   C.  Rl,
Inn la, I'liilli't.u, uill be ii'in*
pleted l'\ iln 1 ml "i n.'.tt l.mu
ai). The couipaiii promises ,1
1.1 -t ervh.1 il 0111 ,h 1 011* lull
hours,
I'birirl iii' ••■nli .'numr
A BV LAW
I*        * I        In     I    "11  I,
I'ln'.'i llit iinjli , Lai 'ill'.t
..' throughout
HI'.   II   KNACTKD  by   ilu
Reeve and Council ol the Coi
poration   ol   thc   Diitrict   ol
Nnrth Vancouver, In council as-
selllliltd, as I'llhitt I,  ti/.,
1. For the purpoie ol a-iden
ing ainl opening ont, making
and preserving % highway t/i be
kiioitn .is iht "Dudley Ruad,"
tin* corporation hereby under
authorit) "I ilu Municipal
Clauses Act and At is amending
the sain,. 1 nu rs upon, 1 \pi"pri-
ates and lakes, ALL AND
SINGULAR, .ni area sixteen
and  one-hall   led   wide   along
1,nil side "I the |Him ill registered road Irom louth tnd to north
end ni Diitrit 1 Lot Five Hundred and N1 in-1 \ nun . -an ,Group
One, Diatrict "( Vancouver,
«huh registered road Is u [eel
ttl'll    ,*l|l|    Is   Haiti    lit     this   iltl.Itt
widened lo *.*> Ieet wide, which
.1 ni "i I.iiul lu 11 bj appropriated is shiiun colored red on the
plan nr sketch filed in the Land
Ktgistrt mini in iln Citj ol
Vancouver and numiiered 2-ui.
2. This By-law mat be cited
(oT .ill pUrpOKI as   "The Dinlli-i
Road Appropriation By-law,
1909 "
Paaaed on tin* Ti nth dav ol
August   1909,
Rajronsidi red mid linnlh
I a|   , ,||   ill,     .'Ull   (I,|t    "I   Sl pit I
10HN \   .1. . \i 1,in
Ret .
ALIA   I'IIII.II1
C Ml
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Hew .IrMniiii 1-r l.'in'i Ih-'.ri I
District of Ntw Westminster
TAKI', NOTICK thai William
Roberl Stanley, ol Vancouver,
occupution 1.iinin v. intends i"
apph ini permission la purchaw
iln lollowing described lands
ij.. ,(trts more 01 less, commencing at a poll planted about 13
1 hains  si,ulh   1,1   tin   smith-east
corner ol l"t 1239, thi nee south
Bo ih.mis, llu in i I*,1 it  I" ih.mis.
thence north 80 chaini,  thenci
west   '," ill,tills muli   ul' less   tn
tin* point of commencement,
WM. ROBT STAXLKY
perWM DAI./ll'.l. DUKE
Agent
Dated August 24. W-     4-13
HOME SURROUNDINGS
At North Vancouver
Spacious Townsite—Superb Outlook Everywhere
The Purest Writer—Splendid Natural Drainage
Representative Churches and Social Advantages
Build Your Home dt North Vancouver
(ome and Reside al North Vancouver
v..
FEW
SNAPS
50-foot  Lot on  Fifth Street
Clone tn 1.iiiii"IiiIi> Avenue, ♦WH), imi>-
Ihinl Ulh, Imlinie ii anil It,
50-foot Lot Close to Lonsdale
Nearly il,.;ir,*il, IHO,   >H6 Mlh, hiiliiiiin
♦ III per nii'itili, nu interest.
Special Snap-Close to
Waterfront
I'lenreil ami don In pKMMd bridgi,
(SM,    llOOeaah, laalnniv'i, l'J ,ui*l IK.
C. E. LAWSON
Heal hsNue Spectaliit       15 Louidali Ave. Phone 70
PALACE
HOTEL
It l I I -«:
ii2.no   pel    ami    up.
Sp 1 nil tales lil lira*
li 1 mil  in ragulu 1   , ,
..Ml   ll*!*- |j|l|
fines. HM KM oo CM
REDA & ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Sacnm Btuit.   *   -   *  -   NORTH  VANCOUVER, ft. ('.
ALEXANDER &
MACNAGHTEN
liv.il Is'iiti- Hrnhi is, Ii.uuhir.l and Insurance Agents
$50,000  TO  LEND
ON FIRST MORTGAGE
121 I mis.I,ih- Au\
SNAPS
7 lots in Block 3J,  D. L. J04.     Price $1400, half cash, balance on the 25th ol August, 1910.
2 Lots, will sululiviale into 15 lots which coulil be sold for
$100 each     I'un  Jtioo.     tloo cash,     balance in Iwo yeais.
MAY & BURNS
Keal Estate anJ Financial Agents
For Fall Planting
lliilhii from  tlie  Iimt   Kuro'H'aii ani
.Upmi nr*aii.r.
I la.ine i>r.,»n Iruit  ami  BTBa Ital
Irn-, pun on up-hunl ■•'il «nl 1 ,r'
ri|.iii*,n, ill the uuly |«ri "I llie Ann ri*
c«n iniitinenl imt inlMla-il »illi tl"' "'•"
J 1*1 Nile.
Garden, KleMami Khmer Si-edi-l'-il-
ttotttt lium the ken pewi in the
H.irlil
Win- I tm inn ami Oatei.
Bm   I'liini1-.  I'.-rii.i-i'r., Bm 8"P*
|,1i,-, i'iii Ki'.'t'r-, Bpfmrlng MitarUli,
,*i,*
U 1,11, l.al..r milt.
N,.« l*,7 ;,«*;,■ I'lilah.*."!. ll
M. 1 HENRY
l,i*. 1.Lun-. - in il S.*.**Ill"ill" ■
.iiu-i, 1 Km I, V .t.1,1,1
l.i ,1   1  Nur-. ii .   Slllllll \ mr
Liquor License Application
TIKI. MITll'K. Hmi:JUi layHHlter dale
'    1 iiitfinl In apply t" llif  Hoard ol
I la a Uhl* I'ulllllll.Hli'lH'r*.    fat   ill*   lllTol
Nnrlh Vmii'a,ntt<r, bl a ihop nr buttle
lie-tan. n ■   the   pruviiiom  of  tha
"\lnnii'i|i»l riauaea Act", I'.Hni, lor the
purpose nf -,*1 a Hn ha|iiur under tht pro-
11-1 'ii- of ,-ni, »,** ■ ...11 3 of Saction In ol
mi,I alt, ui * tno «i'>ry block, to he
nn-clad ou l.ul in, I'al'H'k l,'i."i, Sub-dui-
ii'.ii ..I lii.trict I.ui 174, in ilia Citj of
North Vkuioiiii-r, whnh laid Intiaiitu-
ai,,l un llu- North -nh' of First itreet,
l-.aiiiil l..iii..lah* Ateiiue.
Dated ilu-   :!rd day ul   S<*|,ti mt*»r.
AH., 11
WII.I.UM .1. TUI.K
NORTH. VANCOUVER
HOSPITAL
laatl'l I  UIU   HV
llli: UISS.hH DAWSOS
l . rt ill. .tl. .1 Mir-ii.nl. M* 'Inui iiii'l
III. 11,11, Satan
Nail** Suit Out on Application
For teni--. applv »t Un Hoapital
Cur. 15th Mrtwt,-t si. iwittm'i Av«.
PHONE  hi
A. J.   HOOD
•■   1...,,a,.1 ui*  Av«,
EXPKRT WATCHMAKER
JKWEI.I.EH,  BTO.
IVairln*.  ami   I l«oka  I'l'-amd   and
llnpnr.-.l at in*iderale prict-i
All work ii.r.ui**!
builders and
Contractor*
P. LARSON il   |ii'e|iiri)d to
npply
I imt-, Brick,
SiiimI, Cement
And nil kiiidi nf Building
Material in ijuautitieato suit
ami ni reasonable prion.
—Al'I'LY—
HOTIL NORTH VANCOUVER
HUPHOMI No. 1,
General Contractor
OLXARIMO, tJlAMWi   K.XIAVAT-
INC, Ktc.
HMI MM. • Norm Vancouver p
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Aldettnea McNeish, Scliult/.,
McRae, Young and liraim treft
in attendant! and Minor May
presided at Monday ivening'l
session of the city council.
Letters Mtri- read as follows:
From Mrs. J, Woodrow, tiuivii-
ing thanks for token of sympathy upon the dnth of her husband, John C. Woodrow.
From private secretary, minister of interior, to effect Hut
profile of Baplanadi ittended a
long Indian reserve*, had hern referred in deputy superintendent
of Indian affairs.
FR)Bi Keeve Bois, of I.allglei,
lum.   .secretary   union   of lt. C.
Municipalities, requesting that
the eity appoint the full I'Hii-
pli-inriit ill re|ireseiitatives lu
thc convention  which  convenes
ed tO as suuii as the lti.ul gang
is available.
Fruin the chief of the lire department, enclosing Inventory
ol outfit and plant at the lm -
hall, totalling $2,552.52; mined to lire and light committee.
Plans were received as In'-
lulls: Block 19, D. I.. 548, ap-
piutiil; loti 1 lu 5, block -'4,
D. I,. 54N, referred to the engineer; lot 33A, D. I. 549 ami 55".
approved.
.1. t'.. retry local manager ol
the B, C. El. Ky. Cu, askttl per-
niissiuli lo lit une ul llie clusters
iu the city hall with three "' tin
new Tungstiii lamps recently
received, as tluy would give ,1
better light al less cust, .unl 11
desired lhe other tluslers tuiilil
alsu he changed; granted,
Trustee Williams oll behall   *il
tile   board   ol   school   InisU-t s,
asked permission tu hate ,1 poi
Hon ul Victoria park trial pi,n
ed in shape for games   lur   ilu
school children:   board ul trorkl
WOIFK'S   VICTOR
One hundred and fifty years
ago, from Monday last, Hritish
North America was born,   that
being   the   commonly   acceptrd
date ul Wolfe's memorable victory mi the plains of Abraham*
II. C, Wright is secretary of the
history ui ihe dominion is undeniably worthy some sort of
permanent annual recognition
thronghonl Canada. At presenl ii is lusi iii obscurity, excepting as lhe newspapers 111't
iiute tlie annual . .currenci- uf the
date.
in this city, November llth, alld llgllfl and schoul UlisU'es  lu
that the cuiincil forward lo liim confer.
a list  of  subjects  which   thev.   Accounts as lollows were or-
wish discussed. dt-red paid:    Finance cumiiii'.i e
From Waghorn,C.wynne & Co. $12; board ol works $24;.,,'
asking what council proposes lu naleiituiks committee 1515.66,
do to provide an entrance to tne j On motion of Aid. SchulU,tin
Ha umersley property on rlcily clerk was instructed to
street east; clerk to reply that j write the Indian department,
coitniil assumes no responsible with a view lo scuiring iln a
ty. tension ot a street through   tin
Fruin   the   secri-lirc   of   lhe'Indian reserve.
Horticultural aodety, requesting I  Un motion, the P, 0. (aspect*
the usual i-xemption In 111 tail
tion lor the society's property;
granted.
From J. S. Pierce, with les-
peet to the nature ol ihe proposed new ferry wharf; letter tt- lie
handed to the ferrv directors.
or will be approached wilh 1
vietv lo having uiiiiasnl poataj
Utilities established 111 the iiul-
ihcrn sect mn ul the city.
Un motion of Aid. Schult/.,tin
clerk was instructed to column
liicalc   wilh   lhe   Iiondale   iron
From M. Pcrcival,   complain- works, with a view to the -oca-
ing uf the iinsanitary condition lion of their new plain in Ihii
of a house in whieh he had been t'ily.
tenant; referred to the board oil   A resolution wa.s passe I,   rt
health. questing the COOMttt of uie lie*
From  F.  J. Wakefield,   com- tin.iiil guvurnor tu the appeal id
plaining uf the removal ul  ilu local improvement bvlans Mc*
arc light from the comer ui Ma- j g_* B, in order thai tint ttiaj
hun avenue and 14th strut,   10 |K. rifllfll hy olher bvlaits.
mother locatioa. A ,,vlaw was jiun,(luu,| u,
-rum   W.  A   Waisun-Tavlur. „,,„.,, \h, ,„lavv  ,„r ,,,, ,„,,,,,.
asking   that   MaiKav   mad   be -yj       „| ,,,,„,„,,|   .,,,„!,   „„
improved (mn     Icviiooil   park \£tLs avenue,
tu the cilv iMiiindarv; filed. ...                  .   ,       .1
A  di.iii  agreement  loi   the
lease ul I.ullsdale avenue wharl
lu lhe lerry company, was read
and relerred back   lo   llu*   tilt
clerk (or amendment Ann an
informal    diacantioo    it    iiir
111.1ltns, iiiiiiuil adjourned.
From 0, R. Hughes, protMl
ing against the building ul a
sidewalk un Uie suulh side ol
2nd streei, east o| St. Alldl't-i. 'l
avenue, and not on the north
side; clerk to write thai a irom
ing will lie installed lor writer's
use.
FrtM J, B. Hennett, el al ih-      ,.   „.   ,.
tit.u„,„g fur lhe completion  ol    *-*•. Kurr' r''l'^'l't"'K  ' '"
the work done on llth slie.t, uf ''"•"'lU! *■ _ lil"UM; M,,U|1'
the reiiiissiun  of  the  Irontace « * p0-- loronto, whu have
i.,x; board "i works to report    ***_* f lhe -Nvrl     •"T"
From II   A   Shaw, et al. pi ur clly delitnlure lu.ins tu dat,.
titiuiiing lor the improvement ttas "> \_ nl>'  ntmtkj,   and
„f 2nd slreet, immediately west gathered lull data  as  to  civic
of Lonsdale avenue; clerk to re- financial  conditions,  from   lhe
plv that matter will be attend- city hall.
SPARRING   ONTESTS
The Vancouver S tunla;. Sun-
set ol the [8th inst , had lhe following to say with reference to
Uie pugilistic encounters which
have been held with increasing
frequency ol late In this city:
"With the pri/eligliteis and
lliuse tthu follow the ring, the
Writer has M desire tu open up
1 map. If Uu- prize-fighter can
Iind a field in wltica to operate
to his own advautagi and can
gel away with his game it is
his own business. II the public
who supports the prizefighter
and makes these lights possible
is willing to stand Ior any old
thing il is tlieir -business. Hut
il is lhe promoters who itagl
these "shows" willi 1 aim the
writer desires to take issu-j.
Prize-lighting is Ukga' in Canada, whether under i'ic (:uise
of a boxing bout or sparring exhibition those followers of hiring who go to North Vancouver make the Irip for the pur-
pOH ui wit inning a light. II
it gave piuiiiisi* nl a mere sparring exhibition the} iiuuld no
iluulil stay ou this side of the
Water, (ur there is little attrac-
liuii in a sparring exhibition for
thom whu glory ai ihe sight of
gore or arc only mtfefied with a
knock-out. The promo ■••* mus;
provide a light or go bust. The-
are providing the prizc-li-dus
right under the nose oi iln authorities and against the l.iws
ni the country. Vancouvi.- and
''• toria authorities recognized
.ne nature of these   bouts   al d
iiiiiiu,illv stopped Ihem, Korth
Vancouver and iis chief iii polk*
arc asleep while ] r'tuuters are
plat mg residents oi that place
and llus iilt as a buiuli ot suckers. Some day the fact that
prim-fighting is illegal _ Canada will become known in v ortl
Vancouver, and then 11 >b 1W3
the lid will lie clapped down
ihere as lt has been ill Iilil litv
I and at the capital."
ARDINARY paints very soon dis-
" color and fade. ML Pure
Paints withstand sun and weather
and stay bright, because ML Pure
Paints, besides pure lead, pure zinc
and pure oil, contain a special
ingredient that makes them last
about twice as long... and better
protect any surface they cover,
indoors or oat. Other makers
haven't found out yet just how to
use that ingredient in the right
quantity and the right way. If you
buy paint for real service... real
economy... real money's worth
then buy
ML
Pure Paints
THE KIND IT PAYS TO USE
madb nr
Tha  Imperial Varnish  A Color Co.,
Llmlud, of Toronto
.. tlTABLIIHID II YLAM AOO
VANCOUVER BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN 9 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
319 Pender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
QROCtRS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
ARCHITECTS
latTAVUn UITTON.M.I.C.A
ARCHITECT
dii) Hastily Street Weit,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AUCTIONEERS
A. hi. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
66 Hastings street west
is the only auctioneer who will
pay ipot cash befo.e tlii iall ia
conducted
BAR-»iiTERR
I. C. SAUNDERS	
Barriitw, Solicitor, Notary
Public. Member ol the bars
of Britiih Culumbii-. a*-.1 Quebec. Room 9 Empire Juild-
ing, 603 Hastings it. weit.
Vancouver, B.C.    Pl.t ue 4166
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barriiteri, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Street
Phooi 996
S. D. Sc' alu        C. S. Arnold
u.l IHS
Wiethe's Bath
Corner Homer aud Peader Sts.
lhe only up-to-date aud reliable na'h bouie in Britiih Co-
luiubia-
Wi cun where other* fail.
Satisfaction guaunteed or ao
pay. Plr.in baths, electric bathi,
•hnwei baths, massage for body, icalp end lice; electro ther-
.pentic baths a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Gnduate of Berlin, Germaay
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Haitingi St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
OYEINQ AND CLEANING
PERTH DYE WORKS
Anderson & Hilton, Proprietors
Dyeing, Cleaning, Pressing
Ladies' dresses, silks,   laces   a
specialty
SALE 4 BREWITT
Agents, North Vancouver
MUSIC
Prof. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
lluiical Director
Vancouver Opera Houii
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Ha!!, Cor.
Robson and  Granville  Streets.
All Initrumenti.      Phone 2530
Phone 463
H. W. WA1TT & CO., LTD,
338 Granville Street
Pianoi — Talking IfarhinM —
Music Goodi
Thi oldest muiic house in B. C.
LADIES' HAIHURESSING
MADAME  HUMMUKYI lm.  just
return a ai it large mtiectiuii ul Hair i,,..**!*.
.swilclwi ol Hit- I'.-.-i a|iiului antl m*. >i
l'i ii a.-. Call autl UtaftU it Jim aif in
need ul one. Tuilpffi., H'i-jii, Trauaiur-
inaliung uiatlu l.y au UBaCI on llit*
eliorieal nuiit'e. tur *ra ami ladt-il
nair uotiuiijj taa inii .liary T.ijulil-
man's hair reslunr, fl.uu per lnjllle.
Il.nr 'Iin.*; autl I'li'iulung, luiial inin-
^agl'l scalp ireaimtul lur laUiea and
geLtleinen. iJUainpuuiin ami niamcur-
ing, elet'troljuis lor tlie removal ol
-upurtluuua nair at
MAOAMfc HUMPHKtYB
SHU tiiantiMi* .-ii. ai
OPTICIANS
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Optician
All work guaranteed
Consultation free
49 Hastings street west
Opp. Cameraphoue theatre
PHOTOSHAPHERS
MARTEL'S STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHER.^ -
122 Hasting! Slreet Wt.'.,
VANCOUVER, ri. C.
The but equipped itudio on the
coait. Plione 3226
MR ft A. POWELL
is open to receive pupils fur
instruction on the Violin,
'Cello and Contra Bass.
Very painstaking willululd-
ren.    Music copied neatly.
O'Brien Hall,    Corner Hastings
and Homer Streets.
Phone L426o.
REAL ESTATE
Keep your eye on
EAST  VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For particulars apply lo
MORDEN 4 THORNTON
Phone His     44u Homer Strut
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIO
BUSINESS COLLEGES
Family Group Specialists
Cabinet size, ti per dozen
Cor. Carrall and Cordova sts.
A. SAVARD, Proprietor
PICTURE FRAMING
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 I Imt ings St. W.
Canada's Groatcit WoiUrn School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - - Manager
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest itock oi
mouldings in B.C.to select from
10 when you want training done
cheap and well get our prices.
BAILEY BROS. CO. LTD.,
540 Granville and 138 Cordova
I
wities Uiiwratiou Ltd
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgate — Maaaf w
RESTAURANTS
CHIROPRACTIC
PITMAN'S
l?u.'iiitvs College
mWm lltMl
CblroMaotli li Ms aai) lumliiai abltiul.,
1.1,* .Lai rtnjiiiv. ua.* aatta „i iii.r.M.- aooi.
ut 1-11'.lm ,.IT imm .a riur„|jr.i 11, 11..
only, hlropr.ilor iu i.i,i*„*im i. llr   i„.ai*,,
612 Sevmour st., Vancor.er    Stata. D.0.OM., ui" . «r.,iume „i Paisti
^ - .Heaool ol l'hui,|,r.a ii,. |irti.*ii|.,rl. I„w..   of.
,, ,      , ,,   ,, See, r,»,tii In, i.,iinii,,.iK iiiiH'k. nu Hutiuiii
Day  school open all  the  year iir«i„ eiiuuc uim  11,.ur. 1 i„... Oouali*
.... , . li'lll  .Ii'l  ,' I. llllllHtlt'll   II,*,*.
round.    Night school comiuenc-	
es St-iteliiber 8th.
A PB&TJ8AL OF J IIK ADVT.
COLUMNS VI ,T- TAV hi. I'l
shoppers AN. INT3NDING
ADYKRTISKKS. M''i. KVB
NOT IN THE RXPUB8 I'OR
NOTHING.
DETECTIVE AOeNCIES
Canadian Detective Bureeu:—
Ollu es every .chert
V,iii,i in* r (lilin* :"i Knipiru IMin-k
MHaMiafi it. aeil. Phoii,' '22'2b
W. W. WELSH
General Superinl-.-ndenl
All North Vancouver people
eat at
LEONARD'S
Either Flack Block or liait-
ings itreet, opposite the new
Post Olhce. Leonard sella hia
tea by the pound.
tVATCHMAKAERai
English practical —if1
Established i88y
Specialty,   repairing
W00DR00FE,
31] Carrall Slreet
PRINTING
Get prices from this
olhce belore plating your
order lor printing.
Subscribe for The Express and get the news ol
the north shore.
WT   Pure
M*-* Points
M.'il. la rur- bt.airi.ttlt
color ani lor n.ri im
fjunl can »ri., in a>.r*
aa.'- a I la cor.r 11 ».ll .nd
l.lill. ■< aMty u iif
piml Mild ii th. world. Tht
irlnblf ilorr n.ni.d brre
1,11a Ihr-.* paint, la .n.
llindird quolili, nd kill
irid'l| illnrn loa ipol ln-
p,ia.ilm( qiration. Sr. thra
I I hm mmh or llllll
point loi my |.r|mi
I Edited by (M Chcdaiy Van DuwKj
amaaaaamamaaammaaaaammmmimmumaammm
.     "&
On everybody's ran^c,
In nobodi^ pasture .*
r
Boys
Wanted
ia, Nurlli Vancouvi-r to fell) "THE
OUTLAW." Send in \o,n names
lo-
Manager "Outldw"
Room  111, Crown Bni'ldini
VANCOUVER,
B.C.
tod tm lime Hie OMfD
■»alk« utuallii allcmaK Thursday
IflitMp'MMtoiOi
venccwer
Clean, Readable
Critical and
Entertaining
Tlio |ni|icr that
had ben tan all
Vnn rn 11 ver rec- THE KXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
GRAND BANQUET proceeded lo tht pavilion    for
AN HISTORIC EVENT the dame.
  Letters  ul  regret  were  rend
aaiu-tiurd oi those sums vt ted to liom Geo, II. Cowan, M.P.,who
Montreal harbor, were placed at up to the last moment had hop-
the disposal aai the Hurrard In- ed to attend, but had been ana-
let board, w< Would soon sec a voidably detained, and irom the
ttell equipped harbor, ,Hon. t, L* Carter-Cotton, wm
J, li. .1, Mini as, nlm had just stated that il Vancouver is lo
returned Irom .1 trip to England he the Liverpool of the Pacific,
gave .1 short description oi con* it would not be amiss to HJ
iitions there as he had oiisc.'vcd that North Vancoiiver will   be
the Birkenhead to its southern
neighbor.
The dance wu largely attended and thoroughly enjoyed,
limn lie had iioied some
changes there, but nowhere wen
changes so rapid and progress
so marked as on Burrard Inlet,
A. c, Petty, speaking as toi
laml transportation, though!
that North Vancouvei h.is
■omewhat impatiett! Slu iva«
onlj a im years old, and had
already accomplished mi re than
sisier communities had Iwn able
to eflect ni many years ol eftoi 1.
Theie  H.is a gleal  lieslli.nt   i I
[on    North   Vani iu1 ci    g 1
ila\s Hen* ahead oi her and  she
could aiiiud lo bi patient,   Hie
waterfront on lhe North IShore
would uot be monopolized as i
thai oil lh
NOTICE.
, Corpora'ion of the District of
North V.incouvea-.
Tl \h 1:- vlti*.l Inr rii-arlai snd
(railluii - a,.i- in I litricl hot* MB,
815an . in,; iu IMS
sl'Kril'ii 11 0N8 mnv bi wen ami
1',.rm * * '"i 111 ii.'* Witricl
Hunlclpi lofflei   I uplanade,Korih Van-
south shot*', which '""v'-r."1"n' TwH,w' H,IM"' r"''n'"1
,,.. ,,, 7,1. I ,..t
ii|, 111 rih Oelobor, inxl.
ILEX,
l*:1 in-
I'nll
would give North Vancouver .1
desirable advantage. He referred to the [Rat Health in timber, mines, etc., lying in the
hinterland ol North Vancouver,
and these would oiler inducements [or railways building on
tin*- side ol the Inlet.
The lo.isi   "Industrial   North
Vancouver"   h.is   proposed   h>
MaVOl       M.l \   ,     .UM       ri*S,  lllllllll        !*a
I  C, Wright, who thought  Vll!TI!l!\Hin!l!!i'|il'S SI
\II8H MICE il. 8TEEDE
1 xi'i-ri,*ii,,al TK it'll Kit nl'  Mt'sic.
(Vriiiieai** Iron I., a ileOoawrtataiism.
Lcnuu* L'iti*ii nl du-jII'i ri'Maleiiii'.
I* rm- \|i'la*r.ii**.
n    I'aplaiiu,   Nurlli Viin.aiiitiT
A RARE BARGAIN IN
SAMPLE SILK AND NET WAISTS
f IIHliSE are some of the most fashionable new  [all pro-
1      ditctious in Black TsfistS ami Cream Net over Silk.
These will be placed on sale Saturday and while tluy
last at ' 1 below regular prices.
T
#4.25 Hlack Taffeta Silk Waits, long sleeve, prettily tucked,
sals price I3.JJ
S4.75 Black Tafleta Silk, similar to above, sale price.. J.V75
|i.ij belter quality, salt price 13,90
Shoo nicely trimmed with jet buttons, sale price #4 .so
Ij.75 Ecru Net over Silk, tucked and laced trimmed
s.i It pries $450
16.00 aiuithei more claboral'-ly tniiiiiied,  sale price . .. #4.75
There are inanv others whieh we e.iiiuot describe here, don't
fail tn sir llu in.
r.l PC I is DELIVERED HI IKYII UK /,' A
WITHIN ?///• CITY IIMI is
J. J. MCALEECE
Cleared  Lot*
In Block 33A, D.L. 530
These lots are all on graded streets. In fine neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Prices $600 to $700
KBITS BLOCK
PHONE 93
LONSDALE AVENUE
I AM   II KHS
S. GINTZBURGER
• LIMITED-
1l1.it Norih Vancouver should
get the credit for the large duly
charges collected [rom the cargo
of the Lonsdale. Be relerred
to the numerous local industries
with their stead} increase in
iiiimbei ,iiiii iii capacity.
Percj King referred to the
press and thought that the Vancouver papers were not accord*
iug Nurth Vancouver the support ihat might reasonably bs
expected. The represenl iiivi ,
oi the press replied,
The health ol "Our Host '
ttas proposed and responded to
by P. Larson,
The banquet dosed with tin
health oi  Mayor  Bay,   when
AXll i'llll illtii'llV
M .....   H lu :*   „a,.i v 1, i'i«ai«,*li
ICIIM a- lull,'tai:
Kili.l.'U' r ■ i' ' ■ a* a 'a oath.
I'l.li, [.
1   a. ! I-'- I' II'"|*.*i 1111,11th.
for i*i,i.i'.im- .'.   .111- I..I'"  1*. < 11 * '•'
., Ihi -.1 1 *..a.l...ii-.|..:.* li,* mul i.ili m.
SEE US FOR
SASH  DOORS  MOULDINGS  BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,  ETC., ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR IACI0RY, foot of St. George
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THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
163 Cordova Street, Vancouver, 6. C.
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ALEXANDER F. REILLY
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Teacher of Piano,   Vocal and Theory
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PANCY AND STAPLE GROCERI1 S
Local ami Foreign Fruits
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Thc GENUINE North Vancoaver Specialist*
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$100 REWARD
Whereas certain person or person* have systematically fulled down, damaged or
destroy! advertising signs belonging to us, distributed throughout tbe City of
North Vancouver, tbe above reward wiil be j>aid for information leading to tbe arrest
and conviction of ihe guiltg |)arty or parties.
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Call and See Us
NOTE ADDRESS -67 and 69 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver,
Phone 6

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