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VOLUME 9
NORTH   VANCOUVER,  B. C„ FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1910.
NUMBER 21
City Council Transact Much Business     BenefiUDance       Horticultural Society
Aldermen McRae, McNeish,Irwin, Schult/., Smith and Kowler
were in attendance at  the cil
council meeting Monday evening
Mayor May presided.
Communications were disposed ol as lollows: From Ur. C.
.1. Fagan, relative lo the appointment ol a member on lhe
board of governors of the Anti-
Tuberculosis Society, in consideration ol a fee of thirty dollars; relerred to the board of
health.
From A. 0. Perry, advising
the council that the B. C. EL
Ry. Co. was prepared to pay
one-hall ol the $1508 required to
secure settlement of the appropriation of land at the comer ol
1st street and St. David's ave.
From City Treasurer Humphreys, to the eflect that a tcin-
porarv loan by-law will lie necessary for operating expenses,
as thc city bank account is overdrawn; clerk to prepare a bylaw.
From the city treasurer, recommending that he be instructed to hold a sale oi lands for
taxes; finance committee to report.
From Uie secretary-treasurer
ol the B. C. Telephone Co., re
phone delavs during November;
tiled.
From A. Stedmun, et al, requesting opening ol :oth street
from Sutherland avenue, easl
to the cily bonudarv, as he 111
tends building; referred to the
board ol works.
Prom B, 0. Wolll-Mcrton, requesting a street erossi-ng o|>-
pOaftl his residence on loth
street east; referred to board ol
works.
From .1. Biiuyun el al, bung
property owners on Western
avenue, requesting that that
street la- improved between 23rd
and 24th streets, referred to the
board of works.
From t, Hosi.uet, asking that
the lane in the rear ol lot Jo,
block 1:7, P. I,. 274, Ih- made
accessible; relerred to board ol
v. orks.
From Win. .mid C 1. Hall, requesting that Nth street bc improved to their new store, corner St. George's ave., and that
tho sidewalk on tlie latter street
be continued northward; board
ol works to report.
From the eity engineer, recommending that property owners at the lool of Forbes ,iu ,
Ik- requested lo permit the
sewer main lo be laid through
tlu-ir properly lo the Inlet, or
that they sell a right-ol-way to
the citv for the purpose, linance
committee to report.
From the city engineer, direct'
ing attention to the fact that
the municipal clauses act makes
no provision for clearing ,1
street allnwaiiic on lhe local
improvement plan; liled.
From lhe iitv itcasimi', requesting that a taiivassei lie
provided lo nutt the dty, .md
lo pri p.ne a iiiinplete list nl .ill
houses receiving watei service;
v,atfii-nrks committal and engineer to act.
From lhe eity treasurer, requesting instructions as to the
water rate to be charged Wallace Shipyards, Limited, waterworks couiniittee to report,
From II. C. Wright, requesting carrying out of instructions
ol last year's council that he be
given access to his propertv,
lots b to 8, block n, D. I,. Mh;
referred to board of works.
Aid. McNeish reported thai II
would mean loss of money ' to
undertake street work dining
lhc pi-esolit slate ol the weather
but just   as soon  as condition*!
were favorable, this and other
items would be given Immediate
attention.
From R. II. Bperilng, gnin.il
manager 11. C. Kl. Ry. Co., to
the ellect  that the coinpanv   is
prepared to defray the coal  nl
alterations to tin uiv waiti
main on the pipeline ruad, work
tp be perforated under lhe superintendence of the cit- engineer. Aid. Irwin and McNeish
♦ reported that this letter w as the
result ol a conference between
committees of the cily and district councils and a joint interview with Mr. Sperling. The
proposition accepted, il city solicitor approves.
E. Ha Bridginaii, secretary ol
the N. V. I,and und Improve
ment Co., rcqucsti-d that point
attwitiou to Keith road past
the boulevard be included in Ihis
season's work on the streets; referred lo board of works.
Aid. Schultz inquired as to
the date upon which tht II. C.
El, Ry. Co. will replace the
present ears by double truck
ears. Local Manager At". I'm-
replied that lie had advice to the
ellect that double truek ears
would be lo hand about the
1st of March.
On the noliiiii.it ion ol the
mayor, Aid. McRae, McNeish
and Schult/. were appointed representatives on the joint civic-
advertising committee.
Accounts as follows were ordered paid: Finauee committee
I1658.3OJ board of works 584.05;
waterworks committee $259.75.
A plan of subdivision of lots
C und 1), block ,12, D. I,. 549,
was approved.
Thc board of works recommended that a four foot sidewalk be laid on the Esplanade,
Iroiii Lonsdale ave. to Loiistlale
gardens; adopted.
The waterworks committee ru-
poiteil that the district eouiuil
Would agree to the new cottage
al the intake remaining iu its
presenl position, il ,1 letter won
given agreeing to move saiuo,
on notice; litter to lie forward-
til.
Aid. Irwin moved lhat 11 formal request bc Iorwarded the
illsllict Council,   d'l    Ihi*   im 11.
tion ul Um deeds of conveyance,
under the city incorporation act
Carried.
The lire and light committee
reported that a light had Im-n
placed al tht miner ol Ist .mil
Chesterlield ave.
On motum ol Aid. Scliull/,
each member of iho standing
committees will lie providc-l
with a list ol ihe, matters relerred at each uniting of the uuni-
cil to the respective colllliiitU-es
ol which he is a member.
On motion ol Aid. Bchults,
the provincial government will
be requested to amend the municipal clauses act, lo empower
municipalities to reject plans ol
subdivision which fail to provide for lanes. Tin district
loiiiuil will Ik requested to cooperate in this matter.
On motion ol Aid. St hull/, the
provincial government will   l*
requested to establish a I.nnl ii
gisirv ollice in this citv.  Board
of trade nnd district council   to
lie requested to co-operate.
On motion oi Aid. SchulU the
matter of cluster lights was it
Icrrnl to the lire and lighl com
mittee.
On motion ol Aid. HcBai the
hoard ol works was Instructed
to write tin triisiiTs ol tin
Carnegie librarj fundi ami as
1111.nn iln- conditions on which
grants are made.
Aid. Irwin introduced Ins motion re roads and sitltwalks. 00
tic* of which was giun at last
council meeting. Aid McNeish
seiondeil the resolution, in order
to bring it before the loimeil lor
discussion. A lengthy debati
ensued on lhe resolution as the
result ol which it developed that
lhc majority ul the aldermen
were ul opinion lhat the ilesir
able features were already cm
bodied in the general local 1111
proveinent bv-law, notice of the
Introduction of which had bain
given by lhc chairman ol tin
bo,ml ol works and thai il was
therefore not advisable lo pass
the resolution. A 111nti1.11 that
the resolution be liled w as ruled
out ol order ,md upon the rest,
lill ion being put, il was dccl.it
ed losl upon lhe following iln 1
sioii' xea. Aid. frwtn; n.n,
Aid McRae, McNeish, S.hiill,
and Fowler. Aid. Smith de*
1 lined to vole liv w.i\ ol protest
against   what   he 1 onsidl led  tin
mistake ol allowing aldermen to
Kditor Express:
Sir,-Willi your permission 1
should    like   to    make .1 brief
itatampnt in regard to the biiie-
lil dunce to which you kindly
allowed BM to draw attention
through your columns a short
time ago.
The dance was uu illiqllalilicd
success, and the couiniittee desires to express its hearty up
pru iation ol the readiness with
which very mail) lent their assistance,   and  the  kindness   of
atliirs in helping to keep down
expenses.
The sotal receipt! amounted
to SlSo.io and the total expenses to f>25, having the substantial balance of $155.10, which I
shall have the great pleasure of
presenting to the patient, for
whose benefit the dance was
given, this afternoon.
.1. HrC.Il HOOPER
Jan. 27th, 1910.
BOATING CLUB RAFFLE
The raffle to be held by the
North Vancouver Buat Club has
been definitely arranged for Saturday, February 12th, in McMillan's hall, Esplanade. It wa.s
hoped to be uble to fix an earlier date, but some delay is being
experiniced in securing the return of lhe books of tickets that
were handed out for purposes of
sale.
LOCAL INTERESTS AT
OTTAWA
Active steps are now King
laken, preparatory to tin bear*
ing of ilu application to the dominion house, for the incorporation ol the Hurrard Inlet Tun-
in I ,St Bridge, Company; and kindred matters. Reeve MeNaught
will leave ior Ottawa early next
week. A ipeciiil meeting of thl
listritt tonncil is being held
this afternoon, to arrange for
Ins absence whieh will be somewhat prolonged. Mayor Tav-
lor of Vancouver, has cnikd a
meeting oi tin  representatives
I lhe interested municipalities
on Tttcsday next, (or the purpose nl arranging lor a strong
delegation to proceed to Ottawa with reference to tlie matters
Involved in the project. It is
assarted on good authority that
Messrs. 1-1 Malum autl .Janus P.
Fell will go to the lederal capital lo represent u portion ol the
inleiisls involved. The latest
information is to the ellect that
the hearing will probabh be
held on February 17th.
Born (hi Frid.i-, .lanuaiv
list, lo Kr. and Airs, Olseli, of
Momh ville, a daughter
sptak   as IrequenUy   as   they
pleased to the question, thus
wasting thn lime of Uie council
On motion ol Aid McNeish,
the appointment ol all lorniieii
in the til\ gangs, was lelt in tin
h.nnis of tin iitv engineer.
Aid. MtNiish movod that the
Construction   Oi    the   sewer    lie
carried "in ante coated ol the
In a.ml ol works; carried.
Aid   iliNeish moved lhat   tin
lm.ird of works in- Instructed in
laauk into the matter ol the lots-
lion of pole lilies tlnoiighoul llie
tin-, tarried.
Ilv law   No. SS, tt, riprsj ilu-
lo law   living  lhe grade on   1st
H*a 1, was given three readings
as was also by-law  No.  So.   .1
temporary loan In-law, to rain
lhe sun, ol Jjaiivm.    By-laW N'i
-in. a bual Improvement genersl
li\  law   was given   lu D  r, tilings
ami w as ordered srfsrrad 10 K,
I' Davis, K.C., (or expert legal
advice as to lhe legality ol llie
entire bv-law.
Aid Sihult/ broagbl up lhe
matter ol tin- advisability ol
Inking lepi looking lo tbe widening of ist itreet iiilniii ilu
utw building ol ihr Bank of
Hamilton was treated, The
Matter was referred to Aid
Schult/. as a committee of one
to report,
The annual meeting ol lhc
North Vancouver Horticultural
Association & Farmers' lnsti-
tute was held 111 the hall. Wednesday evening. The president,
W. L. Keene being absent in
England, Colin F. J ackson,vice-
president, presided. Secretary
&. S. Tyler read a letter Irom
the president embodying his report, which was adopted. Tho
report ol the executive was read
and adopted. A balance sheet
showing receipts and expenditures was submitted as lollows
and adopted:
Assels:
Real Estate      $15000.1-0
Hull         507113
Piano         560.00
Furniture     „  416.(55
Tools      18.04
Unexpired Insurance 148.73
Sundry Debtors     b.50
Cash in Bank  32.21-
fci253-34
Liabilities;
Montelius Piano Co. 110.00
Richmond Sturdy
Mortgage      60OO.OO
Tennis "syndicate    ... 50.00
Sunilry Debtors      12.20
capital      15081.14
♦21253.34
Mr. .1 ackson reported lhat lUt
in-, fun- irom lhe year irom various sources had been jusi suUici-
c-nt lo met t t ui rt ut expenses including interest and arrears.
Tht. matter ol boulcvarding
the slreots about the grouuds by
lhe city council, w ast refcrrod lo
Aid. SchulU.
The election ol ollicers resulted as lollows: J'resldent, W. L.
Ktt'iia; vict-pre lent, ,1. J.
ivtA-ds; directors, J. Lawsou, k.
C, Hiss, Air. Pollock, T. A. Mar-
1111, C. t. Jackson.
W. T. Stein was appointed as
auditor.
ll is proposed to hold social
uictjlings tnroughout thc year,
at which matters pertaining lo
larm and garden will be discussed.
Large additions to thc membership ure hoped lor. The (eels bul one dollar and carries
with it ine entrance lo the exhibition and hall rales lo othor
entertainments.
The report ol the directors
was a carefully prepared document covering exhaustively the
work ol the year. Wheu the
new board took charge, there
Wan outstanding debts aggregating $786.52. The hall was in
an uitlimshi-d slate and not at
all suitable for public purposes.
The board raised a loan of Ji,-
000, of which J3000 was used to
pay oil the old mortgage, $117
was used to pay the cost of the
new loan, and about $29110 was
expended on making the hall
tiiuvelileHl aud lainiuil.ihli in
all respects.    A series of dain H
was arranged |roving \ciy u-
iiiuuerative, the directors ioing
pt.ia Iii ally all lhe woik them-
sil-es to keip dowu '.xpni-i',
The hall had proved *ii . p.'|>-
ular for public functions ,>n>l the
proceed! Irom rent were considerable. The exhibition in Ud a
good pmlii. Additional .-puce
will be required lor this \ear's
show. All expenses lor thi- year
Including interest, over due at
counts, aiid current expenses,
wilt puul out of current revenue
It was hoped   thai   in   luture
1 e   detailed   alleulioli   Could
be given lo horticulture, dairy*
nig, fruit-growing,etc.,and thus
give au impetus to tin satin- in
ike eity and the district. The
icpiirt umtained a cordial rc-
li'Micc to the lintlilul nml until ing eilorts ol lhe president,
during the past year.
Tin* >inei (eaten oi tin real
estate uiarkcl  dining   llie   week
has bun a pronounced tuovt
mi nl in pi opi tiles on the booll
vard. West Capilano has like
wise shuw n great activity. The
linn ol Irwin | Billings, havt
mado sales wuhin the past tw 0
days aggregating >45,uoo.
Burns' Anniversary ILqcJ News Items
A concourse of about 41a' people enjoyed the excellent banquet and dance given on Wednesday evening, by the local St.
Andrew's and Caledonian society, in honor of the Scottish
bard, Robert Burns.
Alexander Philip, president ol
the society was chairman for
the occasion. The. supper provided many of the favorite dishes in Scottish culinary art. The
toasts with the respective names
coupled therewilh, were as follows: "Our Governors" by J.
R. J. Murray; "Our Defenders"
by Captains T. A. Martin and
Donald Cameron; "Burns of Immortal Memory" by Retv, J. D.
Gillam, drunk standing in silence. "Bonnie Scotland, Our
Native Heath" by Prol. R. B.
Macnaghten and Reeve J. Y.
McNaught; "Fair Canada, Our
Adopted Home" by Aid. W. J.
Irwin and Mayor W. H. May;
"St Andrew's and Caledonian
Society" by President Morrison
of Vancouver and Vice-President
Alex. Law; "Our Fair Ladies,"
by D. G. Dick, bard, and Aid.
G. W. McRae.
Vocal solos were rendered a.\
follows, between the speeches:
"There was a lad born in Kyle'
and later a song composed by
D. G. Dick, bard, by K. Donaldson; "My Ain Folk" by Mrs.
Simpson; "Bonnie Mary 0' Ar-
gyle" by H. V. Smith.
The Highland Fling
Misses Graham elicited prolonged applause. Tbe danc- winch
followed presented a irowded
lloor lor each item and was sustained until the early hours.
During the evening the follow
ing resolution of sympathy w a-
moved by keeve McNaught, see
onJed by Mayor Max end c-nwii-
uiuusly carried:
"Resolved that this mcetnii
of the members of St. Androw'.s
& Caledonian Society and then
Iriends in North Vancouver, di
sire to express their heartfelt
grief at the sad accident at thi
Capilano dam yesterday morning, which resulted in the death
ol George Hamilton and .lames
Simpson—two worthy sons ol
Scotland—while they were earnestly endeavoring to discharge
their duty towards their employers; and deep sympathy
with thc relatives of the deceased men in their sudden bereavement; and requests the chairman
to communicate this resolution
to these relatives through tin
Mayor of tbe City oi Vancouver."
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Thos. Garrow, sculptor, who
has been residing on 3rd street
west, has purchased a house on
4th street, between Chesterlield
and Mahon avenues.
The line new residence ol Mr.
A. J. Henderson, corner 4th
street and St. Patrick's avenue
is now ready for occupancy, and
will be ouupied by the owners
st once.
Mr. II L* Painter, who as
manager ol thc local blanch of
lhe Bank ol Hamilton,has made
many friends 111 thc city, commercially and socially, this week
exchanged posmons with Mr.lv
G. Heaven, manage! oi the I'ort
Hammond branch. Mr. .Heaven
has rented one ol the houses nl
('.. A. McBain, on Lonsdale ave,
and with his family has taken
up residence therein.
The large transit 1 bail! Oeol
gia, owned by Mackcn/11  Bins ,
nl   Vaiuuuver,   berthed   at   the
Wallace  Shipyards   wharl  ihis
Week lor minor repairs.
The board ol lerrj director!
held then uvular muting Wed
in sday afternoon, onlv routine
business being transacted. The
'tenders lor the construction of
iln- iitw ferry boat will lu opm
ed at the meeting on Wednesday
ol next week,
Jack Loutet and N. Lonsdale
For Sale.—One iucubator and
two brooders. Apply Mrs. 11.
L. Radermacher, 21st and Lonsdale.
Murray's Tea Rooms, North
Vancouver. — This ./fell known
business lor sale. Aor particulars apply Eldeo'Murray Co
North Vancouvaf, or 321 Cordova street, Vancouver.
Elder Murray Co. tire insurance.
For Sale.—One white Wyandotte cockcrc-11, thoroughbred.
Apply comer 10th and Ridgway
avenue.
Contracting. — For all kinds
of teaming and team work, land
clearing, etc. 1). L. Mclntomi-
ney, at .'32 1st street east, or
P. 0. box 84.
William Knowles wishes to
convey his thanks to those who
accorded their support to his
candidature at the recent civic
elections, for the olhce of alderman.
The laying of the steel on lhc
a,\un Valley tramline extension
is progressing saiisiaciorily.
The poles and crossarms are
now being distributed. The
raising ol the poles will bc pro-
teeded with at once and it is expected lhat the stringing of the
trolley wire will be well umier
way, by the last of uext week.
The eousiruetioii material (ur
the new concrete ferry whari,
bu arrived from ibe easl. City
(Cnginecr Hanes has requested
ihe department to locate the
nitre line of Lonsdale avenue,
which will be done immediately
and it is expected U1.1t actual
construction upon tbe wharf will
ncgin next week.
The chemical barge which has
been building for some time
past at Wallace shipyards, was
launched Thursday morning and
was towed across the Inlet,
where three nine ton tanks will
be installed by the C. P. R.,
after which the barge will return to the local yards lor the
linish ing.
Real estate lor sale: Lol, 50
by 157, north side 9th street,between Sutherland and lhe Boulevard, Jiyou, one-third cash, balance 9 and 18 months. Double
corner on lane, lacing south, in
block 92, on loth street, J1900,
Ms" cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
months. North-west double
comet Sutherland and loth, (or
J2000, one-third cash, balance 9
and 18 months. 1 will pay no
commissions out of ihese prices.
Apply C. F. Campbell, P. 0.
box 67, Vancouver.
Local business men are complaining to a considerable ex-
twit at the frequency with which
letters arc received Irom Vancouver carrying hoaflkknt postage. If our Vancouver Iriends
would keep in view the Iai t that
North Vancouver is not a portion ol that munii ipal; 1 *, and
that therefore a two cent stamp
is required, a practice which is
the source ol some annovaiicc
would be dispensed with.
G. T. P. V1AS0.UAMISH
The G. T. P. advertisis its intuit um to apply to llie Dominion Parliament ut its present
session, ior the amendiiii-nt of
the act authorizing thai com-
pam to alter its route through
Saskatchewan, Albert a and Urn
ish  Columbia       Thf   proposed
new route tkrangh tins province
proceeds Irom Tete luane Cache
to Clearwater river, thence to
Bonaparte river, ihenee to Se-
|tOi and Anderson lakes, tlui).,
to Lillooet river and Squamish
river, or between thc two rivers
and so oa to Vancouver. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
HARBOR   BOARD
MONTREAL
OF
The annual report of the board
of   harbor   commissioners   ol
Montreal  ior  the  war  ending
December Jilt,  1908, and issued
as a supplement  to  the reporl
ol ihe department ol marine .unl
fisheries, is just to hand.
Ill view ill the recent agitation ior .1 Ii.iiimi hoard lor Burrard inlet, ihe information contained in the report is of local
interest,
Tlu- receipts ior the year were
as follows: 11.ninn' revenue,
1386,867 .'\ gram elevator, $45,-
for sh
tils,   >-"i5IH>
,■,51.50; ll'll til ^^^^^^^^
lm swilt lung 1.ns 168,343,45,
Total revenne roccipis $530,06}..
.hi. Disbursements on the same
account (631,093,13,
The disbursements mi capital
account wen* ,is lollows: New
steel sheds, >",,,n| (.JJ; harbor
improvements.>(52,732.96; grain
elevator conveyor $144,24(1.10;
new Boating crane (90,662.17;
locomotives $42,(112.32.
A Luge concrete pier with an
area ol 251,(100 square leet,
built by tlu department of public works was transferred to
the coiniiiissioiici - during the
year.
Dry dock facilities were under
consideration and 11 was hoped
to be able to construct ul least
one in the near inture.
As (or the business handled
during the year, 70,000 cars
were received and despatched,
the elevator worked at iis lull
capacity and handled a toiul ol
B,66i,35o bushels oi grain. Under present arrangements four
ships 111,iv be loaded at once, at
the rale ol 60,000 bushels ot
gram per hour. Twenty lull
cargoes ol wheat left the port
during the year bound [or kus-
siun and Mediterranean ports.
As example! oi expedition in
loading and unloading vessels it
is stated that the C. P. R* liner
Mount Royal discharged 4,250
tolls ol freight and took on 4,-
500 tons in 53 hours; the Allan
liner Hesperian was loaded and
unloaded in 40 hours. The evei
age time in European ports to
load .md discharge 10,000 tons
is stated  I" be   1 I  ila\ s,   while
the pod ni Montreal handled
13,7"" <"*|s in less than three
davs.
In liiiphasi/ing lhe natural
advantages ol the port and the
success attained b) the ll.irl Of
board the report among other
items declares that Montreal is
the only port 111 Nurlli America
where Hit entire loreshore ls tin*
property oi the nation and can
in* developed without the expenditure oi a farthing lor the purchase of land; thai the tonnage
of tile purl has doubled 111 live
yeai-., thai limn MMMgttl
were carried to Canadian ports
by Canadian and British ships,
during the Mar unlet review,
than to all Aim ri. .111 poTtl 10111-
bllled,    With   the   ixicptloli    ol
New \"ik. that Uontreal is
imw handling i greater volume
ol business ai I porl, than Ity
other North American port, except New York
The nit,ils whnh acluati tInboard oi commissioner! are evident in such statements as the
lollowing    The st   Lawrence
watiiW.n    must   In*   LUadc    the
great Imperial gighway ol commerce on the Nm ih American
eminent. "Tlu port ol Mont-
i*.il is destined in become tin
1 trans shipping point lor
ocean borne Ireighl." "Onlj
iln iiiliiiiiiiiu ni Canadians to
the iplcndoi "i iinir opportunism .,m prevent ilns achievement." ' Statements mch a*
these cannot Ik at iiuiisl, madt
without .1 iialitation ol what
thev iiic.111
I'Jirbodlid   as  tin s,   ,ts**i Ilia,lis
arc in one ol the ollui.il reports
of the government of Canada,
the- au weighty utterances relative to tin Datura] advantages
ol the pun and iln success "i
the silnili! "i development   bj
means ol a harbor board.
secretary lo this association.
The poultry exhibits were numerous and of a high order. The
conscientious judging by Elmer
Dixon of Oregon city, by comparison instead of seme card,
seemed to give general satisfaction. North Vancouver was a-
g.uii well repreaented by Mrs.
II. I,. Radermacher, who recent-
v achieved such success at Vaniouver, again with only an entry ol seven birds carried oil 15
pri/.es. Among them she. secured the much coveted prize lor
the best lieu in   the  show,    all
1 lasses competing,
The lollowing is 1 list ol her
awards: ist prize cock; 1st und
2nd, hen; 1st and ud, cockerel;
Ilt and 2nd, pullet; 1st, pen.
Specials: Silver cup lor best
pen ol while Wyandottes, and
lor beet mck, hen, cockerel and
piillctt; specials for male Wyandotte, leinale Wyandotte, whitest bird in show, second whitest
liird in show, and best hen in
show all classes competing.
HELLO!!
The people t.»ve
found it out at
la-it.
IHE NU V. FISH MARKET
t'nder New Marm.-nient
The olieapeit and but l'*»<» in, town
„r all kinds of fre.li tai injW Iiih,
foultry, nggi, vegetable and fruit.
». inn ij,
131 First .Street, West
n. c. Miutii it
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork
All Work Guaranteed.
t'orner Fifteenth St. and Mahon Ave.
ilu
For Rent.—Part of new store.
Apply lorncr Keith road and
13th street, Xorth Vancouver.
ETHEL R. HARDMAN
3 Kutii Block
Announcement
aiiiii.iinri' t" ll"'
Va nicer llial
Public
I rrli
II —
SMVIH'S 1 H0( 1 HI MORI
un ci.riier ,,( Keitb Road & Hth
st 1. 1.1111 ,.|.t-n ttiili I lull line nf
ta/a iiiiii lip la'-'lati- QfoceriN at
tilth! prlcea A .liari' nl your
patronage nipectfnllji solii-itfil.
R. J. SMVIH, Proprietor
1 1     '
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIPBUILDERS,
ENGINEERS  &
Boilermakers.    .   .
Marine   ind  Stationary  Engine antl Boiler Wm k prompt*
Iv executed,
I. a plitini' 103
North Vancouver
n 11 Warn
2. Htrtlf
PHONE R90
Great Sale
of
Wallpaper
Prices cut in half
No excuse now lor not
BUYING THAT  PIANO
Contracting for several hundred
pianos,$375.00 to $450.00 grades
at a big cut from Manufacturers'
Wholesale Prices, enables us to
ship in
CARLOAD LOTS
and by the -'new harness system," saving to us many dollars
in freights alone, we are now
selling
Popular   Dependable   Pianos
tifs   lac-o   I300   ti2S
I6.00 to 110.00 per month
When you deal with us you gel the
best that Thf. Laar.tST Piano Coh-
cirn in Wtrrnaa Canada, backed
by 38 VEARS  PKACHCAI. KXI-r.RIINCI
and an abundance of capital, can
give.
Montelius Piano House, Ltd
410 441 H..II,,.  Sl/M* »,.,
Vancouver,      •       •       B.C.
to make room
new stock.
lor
Come  Early   and
get first choice.
House Painting,      Glazing,
Paper Hanging, KalsotniningT
Decorating, etc.
-t-HM-I-l-I-H-I-W- -I--1-1-1-1--1-1-1-1-M-1-1-I-1-I-1-M-M-1-
4.
('■ar
Gent's Furnishing; and Fancy Store.
„1 nml l.n.i*.lalf Ave.        Established MOft Telephone I■   $
Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods ::   sometimes save, the bmepiece
il there is anything wrong with youi
clock or wstch. Bnng it to ui at
once. Our expert will make it
right again il it can be done by
human skill.
DON'T fOPQET the January
Stoc! I: king Sale at the Pioneer
Dry 0 >ods and Gent's Furnishing Store, Cor. 2nd Street and
Lonsdale Avenue.
You Can Do Better and Get Better Values
than Across the Inlet.
All Jewellery carefully
repaired.
■iiGRASSE&Co.
DRESSMAKING on the Premises
t^.1^H*^-H-l-H-l-l,^-H-i-1*i,+++w"
Heavy Winter Underwear
at Half Price
We have had an unprecedented
sale of goods in that line, but we
still have some left and we plan-
that on sale, commencing Saturday, for one week at Half Price.
Our SHIRT SALE will be kept
on for one day more (Saturday)
at 80c and tluy will resume tlieir
regular price on Monday.
CUMMINGS
Gent's Clothing,        Furnishings,        Men's,   Ladies', and
Children's Boots and Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
2 Splendid Buys
'; acre with house in D.L. 787 for $600.00.
$235 secures this.
100 (t. x 132 ft. in Block 16, D.L. 787, right on the city
boundry, with the most commanding view on the
north shore ol Burrard Inlet. Only #150 down to
secure this.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
Lonsdale Avenue, near Kerry
Phones-Office 24       House 22       P.O. Box fiO
North Vancouver Woodyard
. We supply STOVE WOOD in any length
required, $2.7n per load. Orders promptly
attended to.   Give us a trial.
OFFICE AND YARD:
Cor. Second St. & St. Patrick's Ave.
P. (). Box 136
)fl CamHt Street
■V
VICTORIA POULTRY snow
The addition ol ,1 mi ihow tn
thl 11si1.1l poultn ' xliiliiiiiin, ,1
mu departure move by the Vic*
tnn.i   I'uiilin   ,unl   l'tjl   Stink
Assiiil.iti'ili tills lul  WOtk, w.is
,1 peat sum ss, suine v» 1 \ 1 nst
lv s|niinn.is being in competition, s,■ ri.il a,1 whnh imilil imi
In- bought inr Ijon     Tin- .i-.sii
11.innn wuiilal like 'in i.i* 1 '" i'i
widely   known   thai    .1
nui}   valuable   priiei an   il ,
i-i ad;  promi "I loi next yeai ■
feline competition, «o thom who
own valuable 1 at* should beat
this 111 iiuiul.    Mr. I-,  W, Vuli i
inti* iimin * hotel, Victoria, ill
Tis true we are R
selling very cheap "J
Our Cash-raising [\ |
SALE R
Is now in full swing C
Yrs, we are going to move to nmre
commodious quartern.
From 10 to 20 per cent, cash
discount on all goods this month
II HI HMB II UK
54   >nf1   56    Lon.d.L   Av*.
All new houses should be piped lor gas in order to aave the
heavy expenditure for thii convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
TOWER CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
Can  leave ierry landing for
all points, as follows:
•6.15 a.m.
•6.45   "
•7.W   "
7-50  "
8.jo  "
8.50  "
9.30  "
9-45  "
After which cars leave at ten
minutea paat the hour and twenty minutea to the hour until
midnight.
Not on Sunday.
Cars leave Lonsdale Avenue,
Keith Road, and Queensbury
Avenue Terminals as lollows:
•6.05 a.m.
•6.30  "
•7.00   "
•735   "
8.05  "
8-35  "
9.00  "
9*35 "
9-4$ "
10.15  "
10.55  "
After which cars leave *t live
minutea to the hour and twenty-five minutes after tbe hour
until midnight.
For Grouse Mountain take the Lonsdale Avenue car. For
Lynn Valley take the Queensbury Avenue car. For Capilano
take the Keith Road car.
J
 B ARC i AI X S       ^«^
♦   An acre, near Lonsdale Ave., on a good road, Lol 3, CfiOO   Prftth    t
.f Block B, Diitrict Lot 2026,  For a few days only MWVV   VWJM    |
Choice Lot on 5th Street.   Lot 9, Block 20,1). I, 273 £ J JQ
'   ♦
^^^^^^^^^^^^JrVhile it lasts  ^^^^^
,f2-16.0l) phsIi, balance eight quarterly payments.
i Martinson & Co.
I
REAL F.STA TF. BROKERS
NORTH VANCOUVER, R.C.
Hm 173. P. 0. Box 72 THE EXPRESS, NORTH VA.'.CQyVER, B. C.
BANK OF HAMILTON
-»
The Opening nnd Maintaining of a
Savings Bank Account ia a duty that
everyone owes, both to themselves
and to those dependent on them.
Your Savings Account Solicited.
H.   h.  PAYNTER, Agent
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THK FAK.M LI-ADS
The appended epitome ol tin-
value oi the field crops ol Canada for Uie year iyoy again mtr
phasu.es the (ait that the iuo-
ducts of the earth are i ot only
thc basis of iialiuii.il wealth .nd
well-being, but that ilny are
likewise iar in excess ot the
wealth produced from any oilier
source, or perhaps, from nil
other sources combined. "Back
to the Soil," is a maxin, that
embodies some of the most essential principles ol sound political economy, and the problem
of settling the people on lln so,l
and securing the Intelligent cultivation of thc largest possible
areas of land, is one ol all
others which sustains the most
intimate relationship with the
prosperity and thc welfare of
the nation. The ollicial report
oi the field crops of Canada for
the year lyoq is as follows:
"The final estimates (or iyoy
ol the production and value ol
field crops and thc number and
condition of live Stock are based
on the reports of a lar^e stall of
correspondents in everv province
of the Dominion, i-'roin ilu-
Northwest Provinces the reports
were received not onlv from tin-
corps of regular correspondents,
hut ilso from over 1,000 postmasters relating specially to the
yields ol wheat,   barley,   oats,
An area of 30,065,556 acres ol
field erops has yielded a harvest
which computed at local market
prices has a value ol $5,u,yy2,-
100 as compared wilh $433,334,-
000 from 17,305,(63 aires last
year.
The principal grain erops ol
the country are wheat, oats'and
barley, which this year aggregate in area 18,917,900 aires,
and in valuo *28y,144,000 a-
gainst 16,297,100 acres and
$209,070,000 in iyo8.    Hay and
clover from 8,310,300 aeris have
a value of $132,287,71111 against
8,310,090 aires and $121,884,000
in 1908. Nye, peas, Innkwheat
mixed grains and flax, grown on
1,487,hi 1 acres have a value of
$26,707,000  as compared   with
I'i5*25i7,,° acres and $23,044,000
ill iyo8. The hoed and cultivated crops ol beans, potatoes, turnips and other roots, com .md
■agat beets, grown on 1,449,745
acres, have a value ol $84,853,-
;ooo as compared with 1,471,913
acres and $78,536,000 last year.
The total value ol the wheal
harvest in tho Northwest Provinces la $121,5(10,000 and in the
rest ol the Dominion (19,760,000
tas compared with $72,1:4,000,
and $18,804,000 last year."
FEDERAL DH.l.S
The act to regulate horserac-
ing, now In-fore the dominion
house, provides that no race
meet shall loiititiue lor a longer
period than sevetlUia days, and
that not more than.iwo meets
shall he held 111 any place during the year, being separated In
an Interval ol not less than forty days.
An ,ut to amend the eriminal
code, provides that anyone hav-
Lng 111 Ins possession rock, etc.,
containing gold or silver, is
guilty ol an indictable ollenee,
unless he can prove that In
1 ame lawfully In  the suine.
An ail respeilinn; oaths brings
the manner of administering tin*
o.iih 111 harmony with modern
hygenk advancement, by dispensing with the iieussiiy ol
kissing the bible, by stipulating
that the person taking the oalh
shall hold the bible in his uplifted hand, and assent to Unusual lorm ol oath.
CONSERVATION
OF  NATURAL   RESOURCES
The first annual misting ol
the new commission on conservation, terminated its deliberations at Ottawa on Friday lasl.
The procaadinga wife opened by
aii inaugural address by llie
Hon. Cliltord Silton. The program included able papers by
eminent specialists on loresiry,
agriculture, lish and game, on
minerals, water power, public
health, etc. During the session
permanent organi/.atiou was elicited, standing committees l>e-
111H appointed on lands, waler
powors, mines, forests, lisherics
and public health.
! NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
COMOt'lTtll IV
THE Missf.s DAWSON
Ci-rtilii':iti-il Surgical, Meilii'il and
Mulrrnily NniM
NilMS Sant Out on Application
For  lernm  apply  al   thl lla'-pilnl
Cor. lSlh Mri'i'l a, Si. Awlrew'a Ave
PHONE  69
\!iKTHH\ri>IU:i{lillli;sMHlHII,
ANH I'HKI'ARMOHV
Utiles I'. M. Km ler nnd V. ti tirariwcll
!>i'|iartiiit)iata md UTHn-thfolloui:
Kiudoriirtro, ll.QO p«r hflBth.      '
Pr*p*f*torr. MhtApnf moinli
Advaictd.lSa IqJMOOB |«t iii'inth.
FM iini.(ifctiii'. eir., apply to P.O. box US, or
at llu Him. I,mr. 1/uiMlale   Ave. anil 17ih M
1
groceries
provisions
boots and shoes
cents' fUrN'sHiNcs
Our aim is In pive satisfaction
to our customers.
Our delivery goal to all parts of
the city. If vou have no telephone leave vour name and
our delivery will call.
DODDS 6
TYSON
Telephone 41
Cor. 8th St. and Lonsdale
J. II. BUSKINS
Cor. ird St. & Lonsdale
Sua --nr to W. A. Hil'K'iii
HORSESHOEING and
General Blacksmithing
Special intention given tn lamn
ami n.n r;. ring hoi-sea. Also car-
ria*-,* nana ami uti-el «har|H-niiig.
All wurk guaranteed. Prompt
alli-ii'.iaiii.   Gin- mi- a trial.
Wood for Sale
AU.i  i..*in*ral   t'liiitrai-ting,   Clearing,
Kiravatiug, Grading, etc.
F. B. DAY,
Pimm* ill Hth & Ridgway
COAL
NKW WKL1.1NGT0X Coal
direct from the niinee.
I'liin* yunr ordt-rn now and
m-rure your winter'! supply.
I.argu aliipiuenla will arriv*
in a few days. Prices right.
Large supply of WOOD
alwavs on land    ....
P.  LARSON
Hotel North Vancouver
Telephone No. 2.
I. O. O F.
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
55, meets every Thursday evening, corner Lonsdale avenue and
First street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited lo
attend. J. Kelly, N.G.; A. T.
Kennedy, Rcc.-sec; J. H. Pilling, Fin.-sec.
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Board oi
trade meets the third Tuesday
of each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m,, in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday of each month. W. J.
Irwin, president; J. G. Farmer,
secretary.
A. E. I MOM AS
CARPENTER
ESTIMATES GIVEN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED
P.O. Box llll Kee. 161 2nd it.,E
Buy at the
Welcome
Parlor
And Save Money
For Groceries
Dairy Produce
Vegetables
And Fruits
Best J. &  M. Coffees, fresh
roasted and ground, '.\ lbs. $1
Indian and Ceylon Tea, .i lb.
can f 1
Alberta best creamery Butter.
3 lbs. |1. "
Eating   Apples:   Northern
Spy and <ira\ 1-iistrin.
Pears and   Qraafas:   Plenty   on
hand at greatly reduced prices
Large assortment ol Imported English Candies from 15c to 30c a Ib.
Have You Seen Them?
II not, yon really ought
to Bob
The ;'G" Brand
Grained Clogs
Thick Felt-Lined, Warm, Cosy
aiul Dry.     Men's or Women's
Tbe "G" Brand Cloga art
known in almost every hamlet
of the Old Country.
Thousands of Testimonials.
Farmer*, Rineheii, Frultgrowtri,
Motormeo, Prlrrr*, Ferrymen, Bull*
id rv Hmi tifrv Lumbermen and all
outiide Torkeri sing tbclr praiies.
Hi hii whal we get daily: "Received Clofn lately. They are Ten'
warm aod comfortable, Shouldn't
like to be without them In winter.
Htve wore them now (or two yean"
Youri,   M. A. WALL
(Htorei lupplled io doien pair loti)
AGENT
W. J. BARTRArVl
2*16 6th Ave., Weit.        Vancouver
i
Limited
Telephone Lli
Free Unlivery
Builders and
Contractors
P. LARSON is  prepared to
supply
Lime- Brick-
Sand, Cement
And all kinds of Building
Material in quantities to suit
and at reasonable prices.
—APPLY	
HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER
TELEPHONE No. i.
Late DipLocK-wmHcT
Wish to inform tlieir customers that they are erecting
a dry-kiln and will he in a
position to supply
Kiln Dried
Lumber
of a 1 kinds within two weeks
SEYMOUR LIMBER
CO., LTD.
17th Streat, North Vincouvir
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND
DISTRICT
istrict ol New Westminster
TAKE NOTICE thtt I, Ar-gui Alei-
an|erCrowaton, of Vancouver B. C, occupation, broker, intende to apply lor
permieeion to purchaae tho lollowinf di
■crlht-it Iind:—
(Viiiim-UH-iiiK it a pout planted ubout
nni anil one-hill milt* went ot Porpoiaa
Bay, thance weat lorlvchaina. Thenc-t
■oath twenty i-hiina, theme eaat forty
clilina, thence north twenty chaina to
point ol commencement, containilg
i-ildity acrea more or leaa.
IMOI ALEXANDER CROWSTON
Twelfth November, 1909 IM
Come and See, You Won't Be Dissa|>|)ointcd
Ws will gladly  laka yuu  tu
sic l!avvi--w.
Our launch leaves evory line
day at I.JO p.m.
Call at uur Offlct and join tin
party. The trip is Im-, ,uul
you arc under nu obligation lo
buy. We do not ask yuu tu
buy without seeing lur yourself.
Price: $250 to $300
Bayview
TERMS:
$50 Cash, balance $10 Monthly
Only a few minutes' walk
Irom the beach, with a lovely
view ol thc Inlet and Vancouver
Southern slope, sheltered Irom
the North and basking in sunshine.
a,
You will have the pleasures ol
the country and almost, tin u-r-
armt—  . us iw ..Vn xil ■ m
tainty ol citv improvements be'
fore thc year is out.
On the Keith Road East of the northern end of the proposed Second Narrows Bridge in D. L. 621, North Vancouver.
BAYVIEW lots will command three times the price we are asking when the Imperial Steel Car and Dry Docks Co., starts work.
Every lot is high and dry, has good soil and is free from rock.
MINSON£ (ALMOIN
PHONE 5634
999999****************************
417 Hatting.* Street
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OPP C.P.R. TELEGRAPH OEEICE THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRE8S
North V im otmi, B C
i; mi. hi Bbmi iiptioi
i In,* vear 11.00
Ml monthi '"
Tlari'i* monthi     •        • *'^
Unit*) State, an.11 ...i.'i tl Mpei i''nr
ADVERTISING   RATES
Tkivmkm    tlllPIaAl     \ ml lallMMiaviv--
- por inch each Innwllon.
I...i...K Sotich, Etc.-11.00 pw inch per
month,
I.im, mo I'miai.11 Kami u  MtUjr'i PS;
li|la|.|\-.  |"    all
I nil Idtii rmxa   First Inwrtl In
0, ni-,. r lii   . each inlnequenl iMaW-
in,ii,.„  i**iiiiii*
l.hiin * ii  I*"i ii  Niwi l'"'*'
(Willi |.,*rlllia*1'*ai'liili-irli"H
, \ .*. a a;,:  ,  i   *.'-     Rati -   ■''
rdlnj to -i*aiii* taken.
,-jl, * tract ai'hrni-'iiii'iui'
nin.i i,.* in iin* i,.iii.u ui ilie prlnur by
\\ .i.i -i.a. a*,,,.* gtoenirtrepubalcatioi
lathi
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CITV ANI) DISTIICT
The preserviti | ol i spirit ol
tlm ntjnost .nm'\ betwi-i n  the
sister    iiiiiiiii i|i.ililies    on    the
north shuii is i mat iii oi
prime importance to tli. wel-
i.u, ol each. The relationships
which the city and the district
ol Nortli Vancouver sustain towards e.ia.h olhir, an, and .llll ,i      nill.sl  i villain  ul  the must
iniiin,iu- character.    In tin ol
dinar   utiirse ol thoie relation-
ihips, it IS ol tile -ei\ nature ol
,]|at   Ill.Ulels   ol    ditllil
.  present  themselves Irolll
.ai tune, whuh wlll iall for
negotiation, in order that thej
maj   be   adjusted in a manner
latislactory to both parlies.
Tin readiness with which all
sue li matters can In arranged,
will lie in.iiiii\ dependent  upon
the spirit by which the citj  and
the district ar, actuated ii ,t|>-
preaching each question. II a
spiiii oi good comradeship pre-
\aiis, then all matters ol dil-
i.renci great oi small will pr»
.uii uo difficult} in the efiort to
adjust ilu same, and both tnu-
oicipalilies will prolit from the
ia. i thai the} are aide to pro
ieed iii unison, inu should the
tlnn edge ol the wedge ol «Ha>
selitl"li  In   allowed  lo insinuate
iis,ii in an} particular, the remit can In null a in. i lifying
ol dillenims whuh will preju-
.Iiu ilu process ol adjustment
-iiuiiiiiiil ui lioth municipalities.
A ven loinniiiii" object h-s-
miii has just Inin given by uln>
iwa, councils, with respect lo
the s.iln;,ii\ and Itelplul inllu-
iiiu exerted upon an iinli.irrasa-
lag situatioi draught with main
unpleasant |iossibilities, bj appro, ninii); the saliu ill i spirit
ol allilll.
Kotwith landing thi (act that
the inwli elected councils have
Inin   hi   iMsliiiu    onl}    alioul
two wreaks, Iriciidh negotiations
iln.i.l,  enabled thai to
li .nh .in amn.tide ami s.illsl.ut*
a ii lum nl  ol in,iiu rs    re-
laiin.    a, id,   pipclii .ul, lhe
v aMiii.un and other Ileitis
iliuli hai. mm ii lm,min- more
.. iiiiiiiiiiii.Ii upon tin- iiui-
'iKip.il horizon.
Il.i      l'u,illnn   is   III,.       a|.,|    ,||
nnis ampli opportunity lor the
.iiosi liberal excrtiw ol iln
principh ol reciprocit} between
ul\ * I   and   the   lliiili
aaaidi'ousl}   thai   principle   is
|.I'.U ll *a 'I     l>J     I ,11 ll.      I laa *1, .||| I
the prosperit} lhat will .mnn
to iioih   Anythin-j which trans
io help ilu iiu musl also
help ilu district, and cobviraelj
.up development that takes
plan- in an) portion ol thi alu
mu   must h,||, the iiii
This position should be a
ii'i i ilh*. - *. ierve ,nul should
Ik Incorporated in thi working
iiuai a,i both muniiipalilii i
The litnation aflordi no accut.i
modation loi the Mttli Korth
in iiiiui a ninii
alio   WOUld   M'»      wilh
unl
meats in that particular portion
in whieh bis chiel Interest* uo
not happen to bc loca el Cotv-
lidering this phase oi the qiKs-
tion, while that portion ol the
north shore lying within the
iitv boundaries will develop
comparatively speaking, ulth
as great rapidity as will that
portion lying within the diatrict
it is nevertheless, evident lhat,
because <>l the muli largir
snipe whieh lhe district   oilers,
in iheir ai nul magnitude the
developments within the diatrict
will    lie   much   mure   evil-naive
than thone within the city
The plain tact I in this lefcpect
.Hi* as lollows.     The el')    eoU-
taina within its bouudanes a-
lioiu jai.i.i acres ol l-unl IncluJ-
mg streets, aad has upproum-
aleh  IWO miles ul .vatertceiii,
ihe district is comprised b) uu
ana me.isiiillig roughly lwel.lv
miles by eight miles, whuh represents io-,|iiu aeies and possesses in the- neighborhood ol jo
miles ol waterfront. Alter allowing lor all reasonable deductions irom tins latter acreage,
.md Iroiii this watetiroiii, became ol doubtful utility,il still
remains, lhat the vait preponderance ot scope lot development
Ins with the dislriel.    That llie
utilisation ol the advantage* ol
iered by the dlstricl umsi rwces-
aaril) result m large bendita to
the dty, is scli-evideat, and  u
is likewise readily   discernible
that the city will be in position
to    extend    laellllies   ol    gleat
value to the distriel.
As the leading untie ol population on the nuiili ihore, the
city will naturally become the
retail and probabl} the wholesale distributing point in mercantile lilies, it will provide the
banking and Othei linaiinul la
eilities lor the north shore, it
will doubtless become the educational centre, and to ■ mm
large degree the social and entertainment centre Ior the pop
illation to lhe east, west aiiil
nortli These and other bandits
which will accrue irom ihe dl}
art; not only ol great merit, but
they ait Indispensable.
Thai conception ol ihe local
situation whnh viewn this tern-
torj    as   divided   Into   thnt
Campt, namely lhe vast Hid ol
the district, lhe wivl end oi lhe
diatrid aiiil llii illi. aliil whieh
dews lluse su lum-- as so many
competitors, each seeking opportunity to sn/i- i veil Item ol ,id-
vallla^i   ai   lln   i Npi Use   ol   lite
others, is .-." utterly intolerable
and in ise In. \ < uis lo nn.nu
rom a stronger term—thai one
ma)   well   hesitate  lo bdievi
lhat it eMsts at all; Imt il it
does link, implike under cover,
in uin quarter, u should at
once In dragged Imm its hiding
plati and prompt!) Inu led deep
down ami i.m down, beyond all
il) ol i. mutation.
Tin   presi ul  ila)    and prevail
mg lm al conditions require thai
our thought be Iramed on broad
cr Inns. Tin north shore Irotn
banndar) to boundarj is s sol-
idanii.       The   wi-Hate   ol    ali\
one su tion is the ircUalt ol the
wlii,I' prosperit) anywhen is
addid prosperity everywhere;
thn. an no natural dividing
lim*. ui ilus regard, and luii-
lions Inns ol division should In
simiK tabooed,
i.v.n portion oi iiu north
shun will progress most rapid-
It and attain tin highest pros
pi mi Ia a spnii ui .umi> prevailing throughout, ami bj the
most opeiih,iiuiiii rnipiocitv be
Iweili all portlolll ihereol, in
all   those  lll'llll Ills  which   make
lur prosperity .md progreaa,
Specials for   THIS WEEK
DISTRICT LOT 26S
Thii subdivision is being sougl.1 after now
Lot on cariine Siooo terms
Lot in Block 3 (50ft.) $350 terms.
Homesites
Inside City Limits from $250.   Small caah payment and $25 quarterly paymenti
ELDER MURRAY CO.
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I'luili,* HM V.nrnlivir
nihil- llnurall a.m. to 5.30 p.m.    Ojm.ii Evenings by a|i|inintiiii'iit
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It will pay you large dividends,
and will cost very little, lt can
never depreciate in valuo. ll
will always be above par. Bny
home made goods. Ask your
iiurehaut lor theni. Wear home
made garments, eat home made
articles ol lood, sleep  on   home
made bade, nnd home mail
newspapers.     In this way   the
[money yon spend is only loaned
It will cona hack lo yon again
with interest.    Praise up your
eity—don't run it down    Stand
by your merchants and liiaiiu
iaeturers—thev are the hone a-ud
sinew ol *. our inunieipal struct-
ure.    Stand  by  \mir iliurches
and your schools—thev  are  lln
hopes ol your luture.   Stand b)
your press—it i.s the tireless si 11
unci llial guards your interest
Seleeted
EDITORIAL  NOTES
Encourage 1 ver) homi inter-
prin Take .ui Intersil In ev*j
Industry, Invest liberally in the
ul f.iiih md good will,
and distributi ii ii! imi \oiir
citv    in   I'rrv    laCti -i     every
Willi,    In.'*    I \, 1 v   Iiii
FATALITY AT CAI'ILANO
Once again Capilallu ri\cr,
swollen lo a raging torrent hy
eontinuoiis   rains,   has  exacted
heavy toll In human lilt    Geo.
Hamilton, foreman ol the repair
nang 011 tin Vancouvcr city watermain. and Jas. Simpson, one
ol the workmen, lost their lives
liv their devotion to duty, in
indiavorm'; lo save tilt property from bung earried awuy
by the Hood.
The fatality oceurred not lar
Irom the site ol the Capilano
hotel, at the old dam. al alxml
six o'eloek, Monday morning
The waters in this vicinity
had Ineli llowing in two   ehan-
111 is, the main channel running
on the we.st. During tin- renin
heavy rams, however, the than-
nel ebaiiged, the greater volume
ol water betoming diverhil to
lhe east ihaitnel.
Iu then irreslilile. onslaught,
the waters washed out a large
portion ol the lower road leading to the llll,ike.  alld lo WuiJ.-
I ned tin eastern abutments ol
ihe old dam, that the structure
II liable to sllllt Irolll its position with the next Irnshii lust
below tin old dam there stood
some small buildings uaed lor
\.11 ions purposes in toniieition
with   the   waterworks   system,
These buildings became insul.it-
id by the dlMiliil slreulli, and
their saletv was threatened. Ilv
Sunday evening it became rvi-
dent that om* ol these buildings
ouupied In an ninl, ul Siipeiin-
tiiidi-ni Hnddiaon, and attai lied
10 whnh was a woodshed .md
IttfMMUl, would iiuiitaliK he
washixl away, should the downpour continue, A little hi lor«
six o'clock Moiulai morning,
.Mr Maddison was awakened hv
ominous sounds, which convinced  llllll   that   the  stitiilim    was
011 the verge ol Imng carried
.ni.u, and without wail'.n 1,,
.aie even his ilotlnng. In  rush*
ed mils de     \h  Hamilton, it
is nluiii stood had wai 111 d I lumen that the building was unsafe and that thev had better
not enter it. lml he nvidu.llv
a a,11 lideTcd it his dulv iis |a.rein,in, lo pri hm lln tool) ind
tackle in  tin  storeroom liom
destruction, il possible.
Accompanied by Mr. Simpson
he entered lhe shed at about the
same moment that Mr. Maddi-
son rushed out ol the other paction oi the building. The darkness doubtless prevented them
from seeing the condition ol the
buildingi whieh was actually so
precarious that their own added
Weight preeipilaled tile disaster
The structure was torn an ai,
and hurled down inlo llit- rushing torrent, carrying both man
with it, beyond any possihililv
ol  rtstue.
Although diligent searih lor
the bodies was instituted at
uiiie, it soon became evident
tbai thev conld not be recovered
until the WafcWI subsided, il al
all. One portion oi the building   was   earried  down   to  the
Sei ond ennyon wlnn it stranded, whllo another portion was
taken practically to the month
ol the river. While the bulits
mav Ih- lodged somewhere within ibe stream, there is likewise
a possibility that thev have
Ihtii carried out into salt water
Mr Hamilton Is survived b-
lii.1 wile and several children, ol
whom out daughter is marriud.
Mr. Simpson was unmarried.
The    Sherwin-W illiamt    Paintt    Cover    thl    Earth
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A LARGE SUPPLY OF
FRESH FRl'IT
AND KANDIB
ALWAYS ON HAND
F. K. Bennet,     6J Lonsdale
Miss B. ARNOTT
will taki a limitrd -ntimhtr ol
pupils lor violin. Will ttuth
pupils ut tlu-ir home.
Hot terms apply:
4-10 RICIURD MRU!,  VUC 0LVIR
Save your Piano by having
an Expert  do your Tuning
T  BRADLEY TAYLOR
a.l)  Seeond   Bt, Witt
Work Uuiriuteed.    Drop .1 |«otiUl nul
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Our Wringers are Guaranteed
For Three Years        m
1$ II cither roller proves defective during that time,we will
replace it Iree ol charge.
fl We have just received, direct (rom the factory, a large
stock of Wringers and Washing Machines. The new
Water Power Washer is perfect and gives absolute
satisfaction.
Paine  ®L McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
The    Sheram-W illiamt   Paintt    Catir   thl    Earth
North Vancouver Specials
TWKI.FTII STliKET-lf*- limn » l.lix-k Iruui l.oii*-lr.le. A k<kh1 Wl font
Int wilh Itin- in Ml, II,M, 131X1 Hah. Inlnm.-*- li, ll.' mid IK
monthi.
FIFTH mnT-Oae MsAIVw i.m-tiu-, vi in.   a ii} ;.,.Ti
lllll MSh, IuIkiii'i' Ci anil l'i innitli.    Tin. la a yocrl li'iv
A liOilh 0OEHBR III.IH'K ..(l"c UTi'din D, LIM. A vervprofll-
ulile luiy.   11^00,   |l.i»nii'.iili, lulmi'- <a, I.', Is imi M iiiimlli..
C. E. Lawson
Real Estate Specialist IJ I.oiimUIi Ait Phone 711
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC.
BIRRARD S'Ml & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
1\> wilirit 11 trial liid N your Ordwii iiiiiiiI nr luiyr
PIONEER BAKERY
WAIKIR & HI MIR, Proprietor*.
BREAD
CAKE
PASTRY
Try nur XXX BrOWfl Ulead   Daily deliver- In all parti of citv
l'lione N and 54
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & ftth St.
Advertisements in The Express
Bring Results
QUARTER ACRE BLOCK*
Mv   li-l   .hIhIi-i.i.iii   lul'.l  -old out quickly  iiiii mime   Imveri  have  rcwld  at an advinr-
Block I D.L. 397
i, nn* ntlvrnl in MMtJMM l.l'.'k.. ll ItlMtl |.nr"lv sad VtOOflt tlnn inytliiiin in t_ 'lii-triil. All
M.M-kaart- Wi-<l»2. Mill bans ilewnf Viiinniver sal ihslaM ami iill have a vu-w .,f lln- (u|iilaim
lift* nnd Sii-iwn--i-.il llria|(p.
Remember  that  thn  is   the  only property actually  on the Capilano Road, for sale
Prices $250 to $325, one-fifth cash,   balance in 6, 12, 18 and 24 months
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Entire  Stock  Marked Down-Must Be Sold in Ten Day*
$60,000 Worth of Iligh Grade Clothing Going for a Song
Manufacturers'
Realization Company
SALE NOW ON
We arc going to-remodel the whole of our business. We realize that competition is getting keener every day, and as we don't intend to lose our position
of supremacy in-the clothing trade we have also to change with the times. Every man in Vancouver knows that the Manufacturers' Realization Company is,
nnil hns bi-en for some time, the pioneer for lower prices to the eonramert-prioM lower than have ever been paid in the pait for high grade clothe*. We
intend lo keep up this reputation and are, then-lure, going to change our whole method of doing business. We, therefore, intend to lacrificc the whole of our
present stock. Every dollar's worth is going. We have markid down every suit, overcoat, raincoat, and pants to prioei that not only preclude any possibility of profit, but to prices away below the cost of production. This great sale is now proceeding, and will run for ten days, by which time we hope to hav*
effected an entire clearance.   For unusual prices read mi .^.^.^.^.^H
Sensational Values for High Grade Suits, Regular Values to $35, Now $15
We have three thousand suits ol fancy worsteds and blue and blark Clay worsteds, all
English cloths. These suits arc all nndc by Canada's foremost makers. They are hand-
tailored throughout. The insides of these suits arc equal to any cuatom work in the land.
Six hundred of these suits are mjde by the celebrated Style Craft people of Toronto, and
every one of these suits was made to sell (or $35. All our $25 and $20 blue serge suits
are also included. These suits at our regular prices are far and away below any other
firms prices for equal goods, but all these fine blues go in with the lot. There are other
makers' goods—and their best goods, too, all included. This whole lot of 3,000 suits,
regular prices (35, {30, lis and I20 (not a suit reserved) all to be cleared at our TEN
DAY'S SALE   PRICE      $13.00
Great Snap in Fine Suiti—Values to $18, Now $9.
About Five hundred good worsted and twt-cd suits in good dark colorings and navy blues;
these all belong to the shape-keeping class. The cloth's are good and the make second
to none; regular value »15 and »iH.   TEN DAYS' SALE PRICE    $9.00
2000 pairs tweed and worsted pants.   Regular $4 to $4 50 Now $1 75.
These pants are made Irom the best imported English tweeds and worsteds, made to sell
(or t\ and S4.50 a pair. We have a great range of patterns and all sizes, regular value
{4 and J4.J0.   TEN DAYS' SALE PRICE $1.75
Big Bargain in Overcoats, Regular $13.75 and $15 values Now $7 50,
Two hundred fine overcoats, both in the Chesterfield and motor style, in all wool tweeds
made by Hewson, of Nova Scotia, and English grey vi-cuna; also some long, heavier
weight collegiate overcoats. These are the balance ol our immense Fall and Winter
stink    Wc sold thousands ol them at $13.75 and Jl} TEN DAYS' SALE PRICE $7.50
English Covert Coats, $5
About twenty coati onlv in an English covert coating.    Theie coats are 40-inch long, the
very coat  for  early  Spring.   We  sold   these coats  at   tu    TEN   DAYS'   SALE
Shop Early.   We close at 10 sharp, Satunlav.    Alterations Absolutly Free.
Fine Overcoats at a Great Bargain, Regular $18 to $25. Now $12.
About 50 coats left, some in the long collegiate style with high collar snd dark shades;
others in fine all-wool woriteds in light colorings. You will need one ol these costs for
Spring wear and will pay J25 lor it.    TEN DAYS' SALE PRICE WOO
Big Bargains in Rubber Coats. Regular Values $1250, Now $6.75
About three hundred English made rubber coats, Parmetta outsidss ind gusranteed new
rubber insides. We warrant ihese coats to keep out all rain. They come in all lengths
from 48 inches to 56 inches and fit any man from 36 chest measure to 48 chest measure.
Have high military collar. They make a splendid motor coat; regular value of these
coats is |ia.50.   TEN DAYS' SALE PRICE **-75
Rubber Coats ior $5.00
Fawn Parametta Coats with rubber inside; guaranteed waterproof; regular J10 values.
TEN DAYS' SALE PRICI «W-00
$18.00 Rubber Coats Now $10
These are the best London made motor coats, single breasted, all lengths snd all chest
measures. You will pay 40 per cent, more lor your rubber coats next Fall so you save a
pot ol money by buying these st bargain prices, regular fiS.oo valuss. TIN DAYS'
SALE PRICE $».00
Priestley's Cravenctte Coats, Regular $25, Now -$14.75
You cannot buy a Priastley rsin coat under ^5 in any town or city ol Csnada Irom
Halifax to Vancouver. Priestley's raiacoats are know the world over as the acme ol
perlcction. We have these in Oxford grey only. Every coat bears Priestley's stamp and
Priestley's label; regular^ values.   TIN DAYS' SALE £RICE *4'75
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$18 Cravenctte Coats, Now $12.00
A good range, all guaranteed shower-proof; all made in motor style with lSigh military collar;
evey size; regular 118 values.   TEN DAYS' SALE PRICE J12*00
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$15 Cravenctte Coats, Now $10.00
These are sll 50-inch coats with Chesterfield collar and liipel; were excell eat value st J15.
TEN DAYS' SALE PRICE     I».00
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i'arcels delivered to any part of City or District.    Terms Absolu teiy Cm*>.
Tbi* great sole is now on.  It is tbe sensation of tbe town- • values like these bave dever
been offered in Vancouver and District before.
Manufacturer*' Realization Combani)
Tbe Home of Quality, Cor. Hastings and Abbott, VANCOUVER, B.c.
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v. V . MOUNTED POLICE
Much inun ting information
is tu be luund in the annual repoi a in ihe Northwest Mounted
Police ior the ; i ai n 09, While
tin- report nece sarilj deals verj
largely in statisi ii ;, there art
iicuitlialess, man' pages devoted to the narration ol actus
expei ience «hich, although r.
: in concise and matter-of-
fact lashion, require but Huh
ixercise ol the imagination, to
Invest the drj bones ol bald unadorned lact with the flesh aad
liluuil ui sm ni}; adventure .unl
deep devotion to duty.
Tho   immense    stretches   ol
countn whuh lluse ellicient exponent ■ ul law and order undei
taki i" control, uiu) be realized
in  ome i v 1 * ni  i*>  considering
the stati ment "1 be area cov«
ed lo these ili luchments is verj
extensive tin proiincis ol Sn
Itatchewan and Alberta, and thc
districts ol Mackenzie and Ke»
u.itm .11 the Northwest  Terri
ii 1 es.    The larthast Bung  detachment mi the Arctii ocean is
iles   lum   headquarters,
.md it takes two months to
ii,.ike   lhe   juiirn     "     Au   expanse   oi   territi v   stretching
innn llu- 89th    a.illel   .11   the
suulh to the   Ai.tie  Circle  on
the iiuitli .ui. .1 iiu the Pacific
ocean through  the Yukon  and
tin Northwest to the shores of
Hudson' *   bay,   represents   an
ana in uii,ise capacious square
mileage the leading nations  ol
Europe could In- tucked awaj
with no need iur international
inllil ;la .itiotis  With   n lelcliei*   tu
uverlapping uf boundaries.
Tin 11,nine and the variety oi
the illllies devolving    llpull    the
Northwest Mounted Police .He
modestly hinted at in iln char*
.ui :i-iii.illy terse paragraph,
"U is not always understood
thut there ato 111.1111 burdens oa
uur shoulders, besidci « bat may
lu* termed regular police dntiea;
ilu- maintenance ol common
jails, the eacoi ting ol .ill prison-
Hi to jail the attendance upon
.ill    ciiliiili.il    cum ts,    th,    sei
vice of all criminal processes,
.unl the escorting oi all lunatics,
require many men and much
time." To this comprehensive
list may be added some da,nls
furnished in the reporl ol tlu
\ ukon division aa "Medical
charge oi tuafl) Indians, and
providing the aged and decrepit
with provisions Irom the pohu
sums; acting aa aguits in iao
latud plaues iur the mining re
corder .mil crow n timber and
land agents; searching baggag,
.mu individual • lor contraband
.lu.-.t at vVhituhorw and Uawson;
serving civil processes throuj b
.mt the territory,
The proportions ol lhe lorce
maintained to patrol tins vast
territory, to enforci laa and
order and to perform nudum
diiiuiis additional duties all
through iis continental area,
cannot but strike the thoughtful
reader .is well nigh ridituoual)
small, being comprised as it is
In i'ii nun .nul 558 horses in
tin* Northwest, and ; 1 nun and
v horses In the \ ukon 1 he
fact ihat tin uiiniii\ which
siituiis iiiiii iiiiiii.iin is 1111 the
average, nne oi the beat regulated and must law abiding
sections ol ihe world, ipeaka
volumes inr the wide reputation
lur efficiency whiih Uns excellent lorce enjoys throughout ns
neld nl operations, .nnl inr the
salutary influence exerted by the
Inn 1: knowledge nl the l.ul lhat
these unerring .sleuths ,,i the laa
are abroad in the land.
At the same time, that   this
high si.ite ui efficiency has been
attained onlv by an unfailing
watchfulness ami unflagging en
erg) 411 the vindication nl jus
tice is evidenced from the [act
thai during eleven months las,
year theie wire in  all 6,88-H
eases   nl   nnllilalile   uHellie   at
tended tn by the Northwest
Mounted Police in the North-
west, in which conviction resulted in 5,849 ilistaincs, and
171 similar cases taken ifl
ih.nge hy the Vukun department.
The repnrt of   Inspeitur   Fill-,
lerton on a patrol   across    thn
northern pan oi Canada, Iron
l-iiit Sask.ilihi wan to lludsnn's
hay aiid return, whiih occupied
the period frum .lime ist, 1908,
to March lilt, 1909, during
which lime he covered a dis-
laine ol ,i.;i; miles, though
given in compressed fnrm.iii.ikis
intcresling reading.    Tllc tlinll-
in; experience through which
11 ,* partj passe * 'he wreck
,,i iiiiii vessel il.' McTavish,
when *ii midnight they luund
themselves lien* i i» mi the
nils in dense darkness by the
force nl a strong northaaet
gale; the lon| I peril and
sn -piuse, the wreck on Fairway
is and .11 thi uiuuih ol Chesterfield inlet and their well nigh
miraculous escape irom water}
graves, constitutes a tale ol
pi 11 Ions adventun and ol ited-
last cuiir.ige. which slits Huhl.md, Imt w linli is dismissed li\
the. report in .1 lew matu-r-ol-
i.ui clauses whuh betokens men
wlm are accustomed to hung
called iipnn to lace serious uu-
1 rgiiniis al short notice, and
iii In,iw death itsell as one ul
the contingencies incidental to
tbe discharge oi their duty.
Some da] a Canadian author
will turn Ins attention to the
superb held ollered h\ the annals nl tile Nnithwcsi MoilliUil
Police, and intu the warp ol
,11 inal experiences   encountered
In  these   I.iilhiul   upholders    ul
British justice, will deftly weave
lhe Wnnl nl Ut t lull, producing
many a lasuiiating taie ol thrilling inlei est, sucli as is nnt sili-
p.issul in the liln,in uf popular
romance ol permanent merit,
One slep won't laki vou virv
Iar—vou've got lo keep on walking; nne wurd WOtt't tell Inlks
what vmi are—you've got to
keep nil talking; one inch WOtt't
make will very Iall—you've got
to keep on growing;   une   little
"ad" won't  do it  ill—you've
got 1" keep 'iiu going,       Ex,
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Look lm iln- ,il uu- trsde mirk,
■a "I quality,   on   nmi
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Rolled Oats
ui a* 1.1 ..* ii.n.
I *       'our 1 rden with us foi
HAY, GRAHS
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Milling Co.
timiled.
Loi dsli Avenue,
at Ferrj  Landing
j 11, Chapman,   loi il a 1
Garden, Field
and Flower
SEEDS
New   crop now  arriving  Irmn nur growers   in
England, Prance, Holland, Canada and tin United
States, All listed as tn vitality and purity on
arrival. The beat is good enough lor ou customers
Catalogue nee.
Business will be continued at our old stand until Hay. Aiui thai in nea location, whiih will be
announced later.
Address
M. J. HENRY,
3010 Westminster Road
Vancouver, B. C.
That Routing Reorganisation Sale continues
here unlay with the biggest money-aaving
ohanoei you ever beard of.
Avail yourself of this splendid opportunity
to buy for lan, while thii sharp underprising
i- B nng uu.
today's iall will contain higher-priced and
better grade garmenti than heretofore.
Suits $lfi to $30 for $10.00
0\ rcoata, llfi to sl'a for 10.00
Troutwrs, 18.50 to 17.0(1 for        S.OO
Fit-Reform
Mail  Orders and  Samplei on  Application
333   Hastings Street   West
Belle Vue Heights
North Vancouver's Greatest and Best Subdivision now on sale
Quarter Acre Blocks, $175 and $200 each
Comm inding a panoramic view ol Burrard lnlcl and Vancouver, Belle Vue Heights is situated in thc most
glorious part ol North Vancouver; within live minutes' walk o( thc proposed carlim-, and thc Imperial Car
Works and Dry Docks.     Work on the Imt-erial Car Works and Dry Docks is lo bc commenced at a
and when completed will give employment to 2503 skilled m-chanics who will need homes.
Now is the time to buy to get the advantage of the increased values
BelleVue
Heights
Terms are
Very Easy
$25 Down, $5 a Month
Our oflice is located on Cambie Street right oppo ;ie the Carlton Holel.      Come and talk it over with us
and k-t us show you this beautiful tract ol IIOME LAND.       It will pay you to investigate!
VANCOUVER INVESTMENT CO'Y
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LAST CHANCE to purchase^at first cos* -The
remaining unsold lots in the following estates:
LOTS IN BLOCK 228, DISTRICT LOT 545.
bounded by Lonsdale Avenue, 2jrd street,
24th street, and Chesterfield Avenue. Convenient to cariine. Prices $250 and up per
lot—easy terms.
LOTS IN D. L. 273. 6th street, 7th street and
Keith road. Convenient to cariine. Prices
J650 psr lot and np—easy terms.
LOTS IN D. L. 544. "Harbor View" Tract.
(City) Prices I175 per lot and up-easy
terms.
Large list of best buys in City and District to
choose from—some of the properties at LAST
YEAR'S PRICES.
WANTED FROM OWNERS.
Owners desiring to sell any or all of their North
Vancouver properties can get quick results by
listing exclasively with ns—ii prices are right
Onr record as to reliability, accuracy, and
prompt attention to the interests oi our
clients hu never been excelled and seldom
equalled.
WEST  VANCOUVER.
Acreage west oi Capilano commands ready
sale at good prices, and owners can sell ior
cash by listing with ns,
INTENDING  PURCHASERS
can have the benefit ot our large and exclusive
list of best properties in city and district.
Estates  managed — Rents collected - Insurance
IRWIN &. BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
'Incorporated A.D. is-oh, umler the Companies' Acl 1897 and Amending Acts, with chief place of business in North Vancouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C.. Telephone 15
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SCHOOL  HOARD
The lirst limiting ol llic newly
appointed board ol school Irustees wa.s hold Wi'ilncsd.iy cven-
Igf, There wire pri-si-iu Trustees A. R. Steacey, \\ P. tool
ey, M. S. McDowell, anil t'.co.
ll. Morilc-n.   A. K. Bteacaj wai
appointed chairman, and W. P.
Peacey, secretary, lor lhe ciisii-
in-i year. A coiiiiiuiiiicalion
Irom the teacher of the .Moodyville school was read showm-*
lhat owing to the fact thai a
number ol children arc allowed
to habitually absent ilu-ins-his
Irom school, the alteiiilaiKc falls
below llit .statutory lii-uiri-
mc-iits, and il these conditions
are not remedied, the department may close the school.
The report of Principal IW11-
nott showed a total enrollment
at the central school oi ,114 pupils and directed attention to
the pressing need ol inert.im.iI
accommodation.
The auditor's report was submitted, showing expenditures
lor 11)09 totalling $8511*00, and
making a number ol hclplul recommendations; the report was
adopted.
A lengthy discussion look
plan on the problem ol public
school uxpansion and of high
NhOOl.facilities, ami llic siiri-
lary was instructed lo huvc prepared dralt plans with estimates
ol cost for the addition of two
rooms lo Central school, the
erection ol a lour roomed building on tlie newly acquired property on Lonsdale ave. north,
and a two roomed building oil
the property in D. L. 27.V
The meeting adjourned until
Friday evening, when the estimates lor the ensuing year
will be prepared.
Vancouver   ami   the   Garrison
will pl.iv ;i hii.il  Iai   tin- cliani-
ionship.
KIvADINC. CONTEST
The reading coatcat Ior public
school pupils, recently held at
the installed ol Prol. R. lv Macnaghten, was ,1 must Miuvssliil
occasion. The pavilion \i.i-.
well lilled with .111 nitcristeil
audience, and the net proucils
will add about Si 1 to the school
library fund.     The sootaatanta
for the two prizes ul live dollars
eacli, in books, were as lollows.
Girls, Eva Stevenson, Dm is Anders, Madge t'.ill. Jean Hutchison, Alne Wilson and Maggie
Bird; Hoys, Harold Ion, Wallace Shori, New Imi Stcai'cv,
Cecil Scailc, Freeman Thomas,
and Alva Walker. Thc prizes
were awarded to l-'.\a Steven-
snii and Harold l.ecs.thc judges
i-xpri-ssin-; themselves as highly
plaoaid with the creditable  nti-
lltirc of the work done by all tlu
bovs and the girls who partiei-
1 pated in the contest.
Capt. II. W. Dull has remov-
111 Irom Chesterfield avenue, to
the corner ol jrd street and Sca-
inish avenue.
General Contractor
K1MI, i.RADINO,   EXC
ING, Kir.
IBM MM • Norm Vancouver
1. 1 AHIMI, i.RADINO,   EXCAVATING, Kir.
HOCKEY
North Vancouver hockey team
succeeded in playing the. Victoria team to a tie In .1 Mine
of three all, on ihe Victoria
grounds on .Saturday last. The
locals sent down a stnmg team
and the Victorias placed tlieir
strongest aggregation in the
field. Thc result ol the season's
series is yet in doubt, Should
the Victoria team defeat tin
('..irrisuii in the next m.itili.
North Vancouver captures the
trophy, should the Garrison defeat Victoria, they take the en
and sliould a lie n-sult.   Ninth
The Mill's Guarantee
is at the back of
Royal
Standard Flour
The Highest Grade Flour that modern methods can
product.    A White Flour, neither bleached nor
Robbed ol its Gluten.
INSIST   ON  GETTING
ROYAL STANDARD
Patronize Home Industry
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co. Ltd.
ALHXAJVDKR V. RBILLY
tlrijii'itat iiiiiI flinirmnitrr nf Sl. Amlrrvii t'hurrh
Tmi'lier  of  Pimm,   I'. ,.•■■/   ninl   Thmrij
II ile-ircl Pupil. |iri'!*»ro*l (a.r thl
1 ii'ktiiIv KiHiiiiimtimi.
thul—a, '"'' "'"'' tttlt, tlmi ll VIS,  l'u-*
' '" """• ut i.,,,,„i„ir a r. i'ln,..,       KaUk Vmmm
Nortli Vanr-iiiii-", Tui-nluy. tt tri Inva    Reference: Ki-v.Mr (iillam
The
GRAND BOULEVARD
NORTH VANCOUVER
The Broadest City  Avenue  in  America
This Boulevard is all cleared and graded, and its 34 garden divisions have been planted with
trees and shrubs.
CLEARED BOULEVARD LOT*
Inside Lots, 5] x 140 feet or 150 feet, each fiooo
Double Corners, (a lots together), 104x140 leet or 150 feet 12500
Cleared Lot* tn Block* Adjoining Boulevard, size 30x131
Inside Lots, according to position J700 to (800
Double Corners J1650 to 11750
Terms:—5*3 cash, # in 9 months, ]A in 18 months.   Interest on deferred instalments 6 per tent
The position ol this property makes it ONE Of IHI Bt SI RESIDENTIAL SITUATIONS IN THE
WORLD. With its southern aspect, open space, elevation, magnificent view, and all modern
conveniences (electric railway cars running the whole length ot the Boulevard, 60 yards irom
residence line, water and electric light).
Purchasers are not obliged to build, but all lots fronting on the Boulevard are sold on
condition that for 10 years nothing hut residences, each of mi.imum cost ol I4000 can be built
thereon.   Thus the property is legally protected against depreciation.
Compare the above prices with those of other property.
North Vancouver real estate today offers unrivalled opportunities
to investors.
The City Ferry Co., will shortly build a new modern ferry boat
and make improvements in the landings.
The Second Narrows Bridge seems now to be assured.
Maps, price list and printed information as to the Cily of  North  Vancouver   will l>e
supplied on application to '
North Vancouver Land 6* Improvement Co., !!"
Mahon, Hcfarland 6 Procter, Ltd., Official Agent*
CORNER PENDER AND SEYMOUR STREETS, VANCOUVER, B.C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVI
B, C.
Women's and Children's  Ribbed
Cashmere Hose half price, Saturday
;. 35c values 17 1 -2c pair
25c
2 l-2c
Two very important week end hosiery offerings—
desirabli kinds sl exceptional!)/ moderate prices.
ipli nd   opportunity lo su|>|>ly your present ami (uture
n< eds,   Noii' the net.
W   BSS'l   i.l.i.  tOS  IS 0 t*'*l Blk d: *:    ' ■*■" H'Sai with
ill. ilnible sole, to-s iiatl lioi-l. fast
r ili r iu iln s li 1.' ti 10.   R wn.ir Sio sea J lialrs for SBe.
lorted fill; Cesasun Hose, seamless feet
Uldsp alp:::.   Shown hi si.11 hto 8 1 2. Rug-
'.   i   .. ri      uow i pairs for 26e.
Alt-, a! lhe Janufiy White Sale
,',y incllatd woman should not, fail to
ii   im ' *  ■        | i I'd is ,i Women's sad
. ..!      Mill   111  U.a   ll   * ' *'. I
ud numerous othor lines    Yhis
■    •.* a■ in'inc.-meats i-i evi"; (•■ij-arlment.
When yoi cron thi Inlet vitil Drysdalcs.
Gordon Dryadale, Limited
575 Ci nville Street Phone 3541
(NOR IK* Nl'OI >iii ttuu\ IMC
1   1,1 ORGK     STK. NOUTII V
STEAMER b
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TABLE
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•8.00   "
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Time Table subject lo changs withotit notice,
LYNN VALLEY
Best Inn inr subdivision on the market, :.- acres,
Ironting on Pipe Line road. 1.120(001 frontage on Lynn
Creek Contract let lor street can to property. Mes
$400 per acre.   Teraifaooo cash,   balance 1, 1 ud]
li .IIS.
Tv 0 lots, 1 i-j blocks Irmn boalsvsrd, mil, fi*jQ
each. 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months. Tin-* is .1
Iini' buy, 	
MAY&BUBNS
Real I  isti snd I- manual Agents
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COURSE OP CONSTRUCTION
lum more,    ll yon are thinking of building
i  i I,ilk the mattei ovei
CAMPBELL 6 MILLER
206 I. Inli  Ue.
Korth Vancouvtj
CLOSING  OUT   PRICES
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flavin,.- disposed ul ii,i   nnraer*  at I- I,, bt ili*. I up lii  May,
I nm prepared tu   'i r ipeclal prices mii all hihIi lwri*aiii*a.
S|,l.*i,*l;a|:i-*.rlii,.*iii . I n|;S IMKVI'AI. TREKS, an'linisli"! Slack,
having beeo (rowing an 'am grounds far n-ar«. fran Iik*. np,
Onei Iti i **.***.*. a* a,i  |;ii-KS in II (' . in aii Ihe leading i.iri*
a*i ■*.*ii*iii iii ii i...r.i-11'.ir blooming sists, .■
00 per ISO, |1M|«t IdOOiamsllsronsi half pries
W,OOC i i:i' ri 'ii.ii - in leading varMisa    i.-t m pries yewlttt,
10,000SilADI   I i:i i*.S Is nil ttaesend prises,
Grsenhonsei lull nf plants In sll siaes asd prices, from ttaOO per 100
pots up
M..J. EENRY
Ollur mil I'.ukmi! Gnoodi
3010 Westminster Road      Vancouver
N. V. A. ta. aidnabk- space to the historj ol
  the strawberry, methods ol pro
A meeting oi the trustees and pagation, tiie soil ami its pre
committees ol the N, V, Ath- paration, planting, cultivating,
lftic Association was held last varieties o1 trawberry, with
Monday evening, Itivasavery comparativt insurable qualities,
enthusiastic meeting and those cold storage, bisects snd dis-
present lelt at llu close that esses, cost oi growing, etc, etc.
something is realh being done All who are interested m the
to forward the cause ol Alhle- cultivation oi this favorite Iruit
tits in the pity. Originally the would lie well rep,ml by writing
plan ol uiie promoters was to the department for s copj ol
merely obi.iin the lease of tha'the trtntiise, whiih is bulletin,
Recreation Park for the boys of No. 62,
the public and private schools
ol the city to play ou, but now
interest lias developed to smli
,in extent that the association
expects to carry out ditierent
kinds ol sports during the coming year and the officers desire
ilir Immediate and energetic
support ol ,ill people Interested
in any kind ul sport.
The   VOUag   ladies  ol the city
contemplate forming s basket
ball ilub. The) have already
.ii ranged for suits aad an able
coach. The only thing remaining is a place tu practise.   The
association hopes, with the aid
ui iyi Nurlli of lumber generously promised by the Seymour
Lumber Co., aud other assels,
to be able   lo   erect a building
large enough lot basket ball aad
to lit it witli dressing rooms lm
the use ol various clubs while
playiug.
The chiel difficulty is a linancial one, so lhe officers an inak
mg everv endeavor to enroll .ill
tin. nld members and as many
new ones as possible. The membership cards admit the holder
In ,un -.'anu and call be obtain
ed Irom .Messrs. UacLagan,
Grant, Crowder, Tain, ur sny
member of the executive,    The
duos are >4 per annum, payable
quarterly in advance. The ollicers expect lo raise a considerable sum in this manner, and
by April should be able to aid
materially both baseball and
cricket The grounds will be
very much improved, n that
there is no reason win  lal I
A   PUBLIC   LIBRARY   FOB
NOUTII  VANCOUVEK
Editor Kxpress:
Sn, At tbe beginning ul sn*
iiilui year l should like to avail
mvscli nl your courtesy lo ven
tii,in im discussion the question ui a public library lot
North Vancouver.
We can hardly claim to be a
progressive community, or even
abreast oi the tunes, until We
li.m achieved thus l.n, ami
cease to be dependent upmi tlu
charity of our sister city ol
Vancouver,
Why should nut definite steps
toward a public library be taken
illis year? Discussion ol the
question will help largely, and
it mav be, even hastening sio*
ly, thai a site ai any rate
might be determined upon, and
secured, In tins yesr 1910,
We have In oar midst citizens
whose experience and training
would be oi great value In thc
discussion ui ilus question, and
1 trust in shall have their views
ami opinions outlined m yoni
columns.    Yours, etc.
W. KNOWLES
M
ANDREW'S AND CALEDONIAN SOCIETY
The members ol ilns society
met on Wednesday   evening   in
1 their  new  dub rooms m  ihe
and teiinis could nut be plaved ... ,   ..   , ,,*,,,
,   . '    •      a 1 liuiiipsou  block.      All.   I lulip,
successfully. | (_. president, presided snd then
lo date a total ul >iSu    uas ,
*"    ,,   .  ,        ,        , was a largi attendance ul inn.,
beelicu eetedimuehto.lH'cre-  ,       A^lu,ll(„„   ,,„   ,,,.,„
.lit of Mr.  .Icssc Wl hains,   tO-       ,, ttlll"1,,,lu,, llllM1 „,„,.,„
wards  paving   .Mr. 1'ictun War- ,,	
, , • I'll   illl/i-Us allil    tilt \    Mi Ic
ow, and quite a stun more   is ,,  ,      .,        , ,  ,
' .    , /       , all i-nrolled.     llie iiieinluis an
promised but the exact amount ., ,,  i   i      ,i,      ,  „r
,   ,     , elliuuraeed   In    llu    "lu'illl    ol
ul V)iio IS nut pledged as vet.        ,, *        ,; ■        ,    ,  ,
the SOCtSSy  and lis prospects Ii'l
*s
I You Will  Find a
• a ~
: World of Pleasure
In leallng with ua, as the lervlos ss raider iH tseosd 1 ne
iiniii-.-. .ni 1 ii.-tit Onr whole eilstsnas lias ban built on s
basis ol hnni'i-iy snd (sir dealing, wblch hsi mads us first in
Csnsds,
lllll'l- Villi   |eU    a.lir   OVlUl  RlKllll t        Vl'U    nlnHllll!        |l|.
mu- ni iin* |.i.*ni,*.-i .ighu in \ snronver, Hers mu will find
ths world'a beat Cul ulaaals ill Ita rsdlasl eleganca. Vmi
Imu* bnt to seo to be convinced Ihal wa have the Inesl .tuck
of ihis in.nia,mi uiiri' in the cit) oi Vanoouver,
k Isw sh I'ii'i-i * nl Cm tliii** inn Ii.*iiii* iiii|mrl» tn it
tlmt diatlnguiahcd sir ol refiuenissl which sll bomea ihosld
lum'.    Call a  i stands r -tiick, sverji piece siam-ied,
everj pi genuine,
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Manufactuting Gold and Silversmiths
]       ''': tS« ta.     Cor. Hastings &Granv,lle
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Chas. H. Cates
PILE DRIVING
AND
(general Contracting
AII'I.V A I
HEAI1 OFFICE—Rooms 12 and \\  Flsck Block
Hi:; Hastings Street, W     Telephone 8099
"r 1 Bleu' Wharf,  North Vsncouver.    Phone 136
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STKAWDKKkV   Ct'LTUEE
A valu.ililr ii. .iiisi* on the cultivation ol tin strawberry, pn
pared by i   I   liacoua, horti
inliiirist of the central  ntperi
mental lann. Ottas a, has been
tins year, lo look around Iw a
li aim* im tin* society, and the)
appointed .1 committee to min
i it« tin.* real estate nun ss to
bargains in lots and uaki .1 re
porta Meantime iJi<\ have
rented ,1 room In the rhompson
block, ami it is to In- supplied
Issued by tin- department ol si with nserspspers, magaunes,etc,
riuilture.     The booklet  deau so that renrj  Scotchmen   m
with the subject in a conpre- tlnir Iriends can toregathci and
liinsive manner, devotini con- read or talk ol old nuns
If
^ ■ 11 SIS '.-"ini: t" '"ni'i m North V.in* i.iivit
iiiii  .Iiiiiiiii soaatatM lln- inlir.-laiif tinmen iii   vniir illy un.l  m   tivinn
im- lln- i-niitrai'l <>f imir Imililiiiii
You
Are
Afraid
* lion nl knowing Ihal
I i,*n Itlck "f liniil.T. urn nail "r saj
BSSd III I""! l'llililill|! Wlll  I"' I""-
ehsaad la thiseH'    )■'-• ti day's taboe sill
Ik* llirilialii'.l    III    1,-1*1* Ilt   u.a*. Ii.llll* -   Iimi
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iaja in vmir luliir.'  rssldsSSS, Ii'l
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thai Iron (lie ■tistaettae I lim- uivi'ii M
i,tli,.i- I 111 aamin-ii"1 "01 l»-1" imir r-
leri'.t.    -i.iii m-iil ""I I"'
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ft 11  SIS 'li'iilini: with  nn', l«-
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,„   Myrr.iln Issjssdssd I Lasf
il -.li    iy illg nil liill |ir..ni|itli.
('.nn.* in mnl see me ami liilk it iiwr.
IMT.B MART^SON
Ointractor, Builder
lliiini' Block,    Laasdsli ' Phoni if),   P.O B
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
Launi ii "\\   ■ \ ini Mi'i," Captain 1'...'. i_
I censed loi |j psssi ngers
TIME TABLE
I., .a  ■ Ij-.i.*. V.iirim.pr
u,.iiiiiurii '• city Parriaa' winrl
li.. i   II...I I \i i |ll  SuniLia
;. jn .i in. \im a.m.
j.ill. lo.oo a.m.
i i.oo .i.m i j.imi a.m.
Ij " ' i'.n. 14.00 p.m.
* p.m. 16.00 p.m.
p.m. 18.00 p.m
I" Salurdais Only  22.00 p.m.
Sunday Nhedule 1400 p.m.
pin         "  22.00 p.m.
1 hm k- si rOUta Iiiiiii  North VanQHTer to the district beyond
na iiiiai.    Launch "Weat Vsnconvsr" makes connec-
iiins,  witliuiii fail,  with tin- ii-rry stSSSMTS from North Van*
couver, ss pei above n hsdule,
PALACE
HOTEL
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REDA & ANDRUSS
PBOPRIETOHS
SkosoStust,   -   -   -   -   NOtTH   VANCOUVER, B. C.
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10. K. BAKERY
t And CONf ECTIONERY I
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BREAD, CAKES, PASTRY, ETC.
I lit IT. CAND1E8,
0IOAR8 AND T0BA0CO8
BTATIONERY, MAQAZINEfl
OFFICE SUPPLIES, ETC.
♦ Prcd. Bosquet,   Pro|>.
♦   1:; Lonsdale Ave       P.O Boi LU      PhoM II
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B. C.   GAZETTE
Robert Stracun ol Movie and
Kvan Evans of Corbin are gaz-
I'lU'd inspectors of coal and ol
MetallilcroiiS mines. Chas. W.
Grain is appointed itipendary
magistrate for the county ol
Cariboo. Peter Klliston ol Victoria, S. Percival of North Pender island and Alex. M. Black,
ol Corbin are appointed justices
ol the peace. A. E. Bull is appointed stipendiary magistrate
for the County ol Vancouver,
and police magistrate Ior the
cily of Vancouvur.
Thomas Verner gives notice
ol application to purchase 640
acres of land, eleven miles wesl
.nul north of the mouth ol Salmon river,
Bruce A. Lawson gives notice
ol application for a water record of ten cubic leel per second
out of a stream Irom Mount
Kevelsloke emptying into the
Illewillewaet rivor, near Grcely
ereek bridg*,
A dominion oider-iii-council is
published,   aiilliori/.inj;   the sale
ol certain lands at Coquitlani
lake, to the Vancouver Power
Co.,Ltd., at ten dollars per acre
subject to certain provisions relating to the purity ol the water supply.
A dominion order-in-council is
published, conveying the "Summit" mineral claim, Kamloops
district, to lhe province of Hritish Columbia.
Applications to louse lands
appear as follows: II. G. Bissett, iifty acres on Sipianiish
river south ol township JO, 20
acres at the junction of Squamish and Mainquam rivers, 40
acres on the east arm ol Sipia-
mish river near Geo. Paddy's
island. K. H. Bracken applies
to lease s'i ICTCI west of township 50, Squamish valley. G.
L. Mcastin applies to lease :,S<i
acres iu Lillooet distiict. Chas.
MeCalleli applies to lease Ho
aires .ibutit l'4 miles north ol
Porpoise bay, Sechelt isl,unl.
.1. Glcnilciining applies to lease
nil,nn w.iierliout.igi' on Valdes
Lalasd. J. S. Loehcad applies
to lease certain landa lying between high and low water mark
adjoining timbir limit 32,337,
Texada island.
W   1-'. Watson of   Prince   Ku-
peit gives notice oi application
lor tlie loreshore at lhe mouth
ol a creek on lhe easl shore   ol
links I11I11, .iiunii si'vin milt's
Irom Prince Kupert.
Certilicates   ol   incorporation
h.ive iiei-ii pastsd as  lollowi
Canadian Nnilliern Coal & Coke
Company, Ltd., capital $125,-
uki; Griffith .v Las, Lul., cap
lal Sio.ooo; Vancouver Club I
Nultll-Western Baseball I.i'.igm
Ltd., capital >|ii,ikhi; Cralibrimk
Land & Loan Co., Ltd., capital
$50,000; Cloverdali< Improvement Co., Ltd., capilal 130,000;
Klko Water, Lighl .Nc Power Co.
Ltd., i.ipital M0,000j Vancouver l'mtl.unl l.m.il Mines Ltd.,
capital Sum,mm; Vancouver
Knitting Co., Ltd., capilal $25,-
imo; Portland Canal Water &
Power Co., Ltd., capital J25,-
mm; Prince Kupert Telephone
Co., Lid*, Capita] I-'5*mi"; Main
Roe! Mining Co., Ltd . capital
(500,000* Koolonia Nursery h
Grii-nliiiuse Co., Ltd,, Capital
Siii.oiki; Padfic Iliveslnielli Co.,
Ltd , capital Shm.iNMi; M Kuru-
\.i Co., Liii , capita] Sm.iHKi.
Robert S. Kedliilil I Cu .Iie.iil
illlui* New York Citv, capital
Sin,uou, iii.iiinl.ielurers ul 111.1
1 Imu rv, are registered as m extra provincial conpany.
DRt&SMAKING
Mesdames  HAIGH  &  CASTtE
141 6th street east, North Vancouver hav. opened Dressmaking
Parlors replete with everything
required lui delivering dresses ol
the latest style* and perfect fit,
and are prepared to receive
ladies' work. Best workmanship, style and  fit  guaranteed.
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Und Clearing, Stump and Boak
Blasting. Eitra cam uaar honaM.
All ilanmgaa made good.
K M l-l   11 Y M It NT      AQMNOT
aad St., \\ ..1 uf Loaada<aU
HO' Box i>
Eor Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. IIILLS
Pioieer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hall
E. DOWIE
-U
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Plans, Specifications, Estimates
P. 0. Box 2], North Vancouver
D. C. SCOTT, l'roprirtor
.1 full aai inmplcte -lore 0/ tlrocerie.
Vrttiti, lltiini I'rciAiicti. Flottr nui Frnl
I'eeelablrt, file., keyt tin hand.
Ilellvery maale tu.ll part, uilh*city
i'or. keilh Koad and Ha hor. Urine
Phone $2,      North Vancouver
11. Itt Mi HO I
I
Manufacturer ul
li kind* »f Mission nnd Autlque Furniture,
Bum. Offtct, Bn iik iiD't Bar Pliiurei.   Repair-
111K rn "II ita brauchaa.
Picturt' Kraniiiin.      Furniture Storage.
173 THIRD STREET, W.
MAIL ORhKKe tivcn |.rum|>l .IliMitloo
DISTRICT OF NORTH VANCOUVER
NOTICE  OF  COURT  OF
REVISION
NOTICE is hereby givtm mat
the Court ol Revision ol ihe
District Assessment Roll v.ill
inui in the District Municipal
Ollice, North Vancouvei, on
Monday, the 7th day oi February, lyio, at three o'clock p.m.,
when all complaints and appeals against assessm ais wil:
be considered.
Notice ol complaints ani appeals must be given the subscriber as Assessor at leas', leu
days before the said date, and
such nolice must set lorlh ihe
ground of complaint.
Given  under  my  hand   this
Vith day ol December, 1909.
ALEX. PHILIP, C.M.C
W. J. BALMAIN
CIVIL    I'M.INKItU
1 ,'1..iiiiii v Survernr and Arrhilw I
NOKTH  VANCOUVER.
N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1910
Jan 25th—Burn's Supper.   St. Andrews & Caledonian
Society
"   28th—Dance. Merry Widow Club
Feb. 1 ith-Dance. Merry Widow Club
||   25th—Dance. Merry Widow Club
Mar. nth—Dance. Merry Widow Club
"    25th—Dance. Merry Widow Club
Or to C. F. JACKSON, 13th Street
ft. TYLER, Secretary,
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN 9 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
319 Pender street, Vancouver
and
Norlh Vancouver
ARCHITECTS
J.STANLEY MITTON M.l.CA
ARCHITECT
413 Granville street.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AUCTIONEERS
A. M  BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
66 Hastings street wut
is tht only auctioneer who will
pay spot cash before tha aala Le
conducted      '
BARRISTERS
SCHULTZ k ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
6ij Pender Street
Phoae 996
S. D. Schalti        C. S. Arnold
BATHI*
kallethe's Bath
Corser Homer sad Peader Sts.
The only up-to-dats ud reliable bath house in British Co-
Itmbia-
We cars waert others fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or so
pay. Plain baths, electric baths,
shower baths, massage for body, scalp sad face; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Gradaste of Berlin, Germany
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. W.
r.nada'a Graat.it  Waatarn  Scheol
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - - Manager
PITMAN'S
Business College
633 Seymour st., Vancouver
Day school open all the year
round.    Night school commences September 8th.
GROCERS
CHEAPS1DE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
MUSIC
Prof. JOS. E. NUENBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Ha.., Cor.
Robson aad Granville Streets.
All Instruments.      Phone JJ30
Phons 463
M W. WAITT & CO., LTD.
358 Granville Street
Pianos — Talking Ifachints —
Music Goods
Ths oldest music house in B. C.
PHOTOGRAPHERS
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIO
Family Group Specialists
Cabinet size, >3 per doien
Cor. Carrall and Cordova sts.
A. SAVARD, Proprietor
PICTURE FRAMING
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest stock oi
mouldings in B.C.to select irom
so whea yoa want framing done
cheap aad well get our prices.
BAILEY BROS. CO. LTD
540 Granville aad 138 Cordova
RUBBER ITAMPS
THE GEO. H.  HEWITT CO
Manufacturers
MMIIiiK &IBBER STAMPS
Sign and Price Markers
10 Faikiiii.d Bldc.    Foni R317J
REAL ESTATE
Keep your eye on
EAST  VANCOUVEI
HEIGHTS	
For particulars apply lo
MORDEN * THORNTON
Phone 815     440 Homer Street
CHIROPRACTIC
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
Millinery & Fancy Goods-January Sale
Mala, Sp.-1-ial. Ill Nl,».'80,11.7.1), |1 W
HesM «■!•*■ nii'l"'"'    "' iht yard.
Abe and -HV VslllDM, -* l*r yard
7.V ami |l 00 Hatpin" lor N)c, tht, 10c
llahv Hiiniii-ta, MKlsl, 2V ami 5(V
Special I'li-iiniii Top Be, .iv and «v
Corda.Me, 75c
WANTKIi.   Mlllinmf ap-itrnilwa   Ai-ply at•*«"*
Miss  CURLE,  215 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver.
FAIRVIEW tSQUMALT GREENHOUSES
I     IM.H'.I
. Ir.i.i'.l
CIT FLOWERS
in 1.mn nl li'Wi-.i ftkm,     Olveuaa trial (or
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
607 Mattings- SI., W.        Vancouver, B.C
Canadian Detective Bureau:—
Offices everywhere
Vancouver Office      39 Kmplra Block
tm llaatlnga at. Mt l'lione 22%
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
DYSINQ AND CLSANINO
PERTH DYE WORKS
Anderson &. Hilton, Proprietors
Dyeing, Cleaning, Pressing
Ladies' dresses, silks,   laces  a
specialty
SALE 9 BREWITT
Agents, North Vancouver
k
Securities Corporation Ltd.
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Km Houlgate - - • Muagsr
LAOIES'HAIRDRESSINQ
30 per cent. Discount
Off sll lines ol Hair Goods
during our great reimivsl sale, in
order to reduce our Isrgr '•lock be
fore taking possession ol our new
premises, ss sll available spece
will be required for the display ol
tlic large shipments ol new goods
now en route.
MAHAMK  HfMl'HRKYS
HO Granville Rtreet
RESTAURANTS	
All North Vaaconver people
eat at
LEONARD'S
Either Flack Block or Hastings street, opposite the saw
Post OSes. Leonard sells hk
tea by the pound.
WATCHMAKERS
English practical watchmaker;
Established 1889
Specialty,   repairing
W00DR^*E,
313 Carrall Street THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
st. ANDKi'.tt's an mn
The members snd adherents oi
the Presbyterian church nather-
ed in goodly numbers to receive
the reports for the past year, on
Thuraday evening.
The first pari ol the evening
was occupied Willi sm ial intercourse and refreshments, after
whieh   Mr. 6, A. MiHaiu   pro-
seated the itport ol tilu« session,
showing the increase in membership li.nl brought the total lo
i:S. The spiritual aspect of the
work seemed to be in good
shape to judge lruin the tenor "I
this report.
The Suuil.iN school statement
vi.is ably submitted by Hiss
Marshall, snd showed hoa
greatl) the extenaion ol the
ihuiili  li.nl  benefited  tins de
pal'tinelit of the work.     Tlie C,
I', gave *i | I account oi themselves im ihni year's Isboi
through ihr president, Mr. tt
Knowles, who wealed what
part they had played in the social ami moral Uie ol the community.
The choir lounil a spokesman
in Mr. Dan Hutchison, who
showed what hsd been done 1>\
its members in the purchase ol
music and the new organ. The}'
were heartily thanked lor faithful serviee uiulerud.
The Ladies' Aid presented an
admirable report through its
secretary, Mrs. Hsll, and showed ilu- beat financial returns In
its history, having provided no
less than Sufi for congregation-
sl needs.    Tlu-\ had seeurul   1>\
work and contribution thc mm
i a'lal of Ss8o.
The linaiiii.il statement was
submitted b\ Mr A. B, Stevenson, and sheared the congregation to lie free oi delit. having
by special ellort cleared the deficit of trie previous year. The
reserve was considcrali.v in ev
cess of anv previous vear. and
thc treasurer complimented   the
congregation on their rssposse
to the demands of the situation.
The sum of 5:.i:i had Ixi-u provided for congregational purposes, iiieludini* Sno senl to
schemes of the church to Toronto. The summation of the u-
mounts realized bv the various
organizations shewed that the
total of ftAfft had been reached
this vear.
The reports were all enthusiastically adopled.
Addresses oi congratulation
and stimulus were delivered by
leva, J, S. Henderson, of New
Westminster, and Morton Sniil h
A. J. MacGillivrav a-nd Wood-
side of Vancouver, who brought
belore the audience the need of
continuance in good work, and
the call of thei larger work ol
the future. Mr. S. McDowell,
a dinner number of the congregation spoke feelingly of his relation tii the church in farmer
daya.
The evening was enlivened b\
the songs ol members ol the
iiimi Mrs. Campbell and Mrs.
Gallagher sang solos, as did also Mr, IV Ward, the new um
ductor of the Choir. Messrs.I).
and II. Hutchison sang s duet,
while a splendid qUSTtctte   was
rendered by sirs, Baldwin, Mrs.
Gallagher, and .Messrs. 1).Hutchison ami Balds In,
A ballot was taken in the
choice ul seven new managers in
plaie nl those retiring and re*
siiltutl in the election ol Messrs.
I ('.allow, K. J. Fowler, K.
Hutchison, G. Baldwin, Capt.
McMillan, J. K. J, Murrav and
A McKenzie,
APPLES
iin   your  supply   ii"w.
Prices steadily silvan---
iiij:
No   1   Okanagan
Spys          $2 75
Kings  2.25
Winesaps        300
Good Cookers 1,85
Our Fresh Meat
Department
can supply all kinds of Presh
Meat, quality guaranteed
Prompt delivery
Give us a trial.
C. R. HICKMAN
Groceries and Meats
Biq January Clearance -Sale
Specials
We hsv« a large assortment of Ladies' Waists in fancy
awn, embroidered and lace trimmed. Also some ol the high-
■st grades in allover net and silk embroidered waists. These
goods are nearly all traveller's samples secured at a large reduction, and ire the very newest lor the coming spring and
summer. These will be on sale while they last at one-quarter
to one-third Mow regular prices. They range from Sse to
 J6.oo
Extra Underwear Value*
«
i=,i Ladies' vests, sale price  25c
|m I,.idles' vests, pure white fleece    3°c
t*S I,,idles' natural fleece vests   45c
Vic Children's vests, natural fleece    25c
Don't [ail lo visit this store often this month, and got a
st.ni- ol the eitra values that await you.
.J. J. KcALEECE
KEITH BLOCK    LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
Cleared Lots
In Block 33A, D.L. 330
These lots are all on gradedstreeta. In line neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Prices $600 to $700
' USV THUS
S.GINTZBURGER
• LIMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
163 Cordova Street, Vancouver, 5. 0.
r. O. BOX J86.
A t'.ood Main PaRttta in this City have said "I
wish I had had tht opportunity of learning the
Piano whal I was young'' so
Be Fair to Your Children
And give them the i linnet- vou voursidf would have
liked.
Tuition ol Pianoforte and Organ
by competent teachers at reasonable charges. Special rates for
School Children.        :       ;       :
North Vancouver Piano Co. & School of Music
Address-443 Lonsdale Avenue Phone 114
ARE YOL GOING TO BUILD ?
Come to us for the monry nntl repay it
to suit yourself
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF ( HOICE LOTS FOR SALE
JOHN  ALEXANDER & CO.
RIAL   ESTATE  HROKERS
Ul Lonsdale Avenue
Cash Grocery
and General More
liniidllli;    I'.ipel
Carpet Felt
Ready Roofing
Coal Tar
Roofing Fitch
Shingle- Stain— •
variety of colors.
Get our prices on
Fresh  Groceries
and Candies
Wm. 6 C. I. HALL
***m*9*9* ♦.>■>»♦♦»»♦■»♦ *9*9*t*<lWi**«2>*Qre&e<?+m
il
Tbei) all trade at home
Although people come down the hill it don'l
say they go to Vancouver to buy Groceries,
They never pass
McMILLAN'S
*%tmt%*9t nnnii!ini mimtm mmm-**
•H**H**w-H-i-m**-m^
•l-M-H
Who Carrie* Your Insurance?
Do not neglect to insure against FIRE.   The cost is so small
that you cannot afford to carry the risk of losing your home.
Let us quote you a rate
WE ARK SOLE AGENTS FOR
The Commercial Union Assurance Co., London, England
which Company has Assets of $88,850,000
We have Two Acres on 17th Street
Price $1500 each.      $500 cash, balance 6 and 12 months
These are worth investigation
Henry Eves ®. Co.
PHONE 6
IIMIIIIMIMMIIUMIIIIIMMIIII 14 •)
HENRY T. C   I.YI-S ANU I'EKCY KINO
67 (Sl 69 Lonsdale   Avenue
WW-H-H+H
NORTH VANCOUVER
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