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NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, JULY .SO. 1909.
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FIRST CANYON, LYNN CREEK
Controlling as she doe.*, within her corporate limits a territory stretching Irom Eagle harbor 011 the west to Nortli Arm
on the east, comprising a magnificent lolesliore oi some Uu iitv miles in lenglh, every rod ol
which represents gnat potentialities v..iiiineiii.illy and Industrially aliil controlling liken isi
,1 territory of a mean depth ol
about eighl miles along Hit- entire extent ol that shore line,
lhe possibilities of which with
reaped to luture values, are dif-
licull indeed lo reckon, the conclusion is easily readied, that
tlu- district of N'crrlli Valiiouver
possesses all heritage, which
places her ill the very foriiroiit
oi rural municipalities ol British Collilil*',iia as to presenl lin-
aiuial standing and luture prospects.
lt was at or near lhe liiolllh
of Lynn creek, m the eastern
puition of lliis 11011 wealth) .um
import,int dislriel, lh.il the be
ginning ol modern history   on
Barrard Inlet, reall) look plan
In the year iSb.i, Philip Hicks
began digging the ditch  which
was to drive the ii.iliiiiliu 1   n
lhe  sawmill   that   he  purpoMi1*
erecting, at the point afterwards
known as HoodyviUc.    links,
however, had not suHiilciit capital lo carry  out  his put]...v.
and was breed to abandon it.
A. Smith look up  the  project
SEYMOUR   CANYON
where his predecessor rcliinpiish-
cd n, aiid succeeded in carrying
mi operations In ihe mwmm
buslnsSS loi a time, Business,
however, was nol brisk and ,
diihinines were many, tta lell
behind In lus payments io b. r.
Uoody and James 11. Van Kramer, who held a logging contract lor him, with the resiiK
that they placed a lien on uie
entire property, and were lor-
lunate enough lo bid it in im
the low figure ol $3000, V an
Hiauier sold his inn-rests to
Uiil-Uc irom Cariboo, who m
turn disposed ol his interests lo
Dili/, and Nelson, the latter al
one time governor ol the colony,
who had '..it'll carrying on an express business Irom Me* Ufeav
minster to Cariboo. The lirm
ol Uoody, De-it/, tk. Nelson carried on the business lor sonic
years, and at limes commanded
au extensive trade, exporting
lumber to Australia, Africa,
China, San Francisco, South
America and other parts ol tlie
world. Nelson unlortuualely
lost his reason and Mood) u,is
one ol lhe passengers on the ill
I,Ued Norlli Pacilic ivlien slie
loiiinlcrcd on her way to San
Francisco in 1875. The old
water mill was shendoned   in
1870, and a mill was built    on
iln site oi the presenl structure,
bill was later mulled iluiin nun
lias replaced by lhe nubling
whiih mm si,mils oa lhe site.
The mill and propertv was
bought about six years ago by
the Hustings Sawmill Co., and
is still in llieir possession.
Among Uie uiu loulingcuis ol
sappers and miners sent oul by
lhe Imperial government to
lound a capital city lor the
crown colony ol British Columbia—vvTuch they located on the
banks ol the 1-raser and which
yuitii Victoria named Sew
Uesliniiislcr—and by wiiom cou-
Miliiablc work was dune oil llie
slimes ui Barrard Inlet,  mm,
one, Jack Linn, whose eyi u.1,
taken by the location at ;'n
mouth ol the creek immediately
east ol .Muodiville, at Wlllaii
point he pre-empted one hundred
and sixty acres ol laud, Ior
which reason lhc creek is now
known as Lynn neck and' the
1.ilhy as Lynn Valley. Seymour creek, bul a short distance
larlher east, was named alter
Governor Seymour, who guided
the ullairs ol the niiaiit colony
lor a tune in the early days.
The ui 1 um 1 lung alung ,,nil
adjacent to these necks constitutes practically that entire portion ul Ninth Vancouver dislriel, lung casl and nnrlh..m
ui lhe Ull   1,1 Koith  \ 'alii ouvei.
The country along the lown
reaches ol them streams, al une
ume   carried   ,1   magnificent
growth  Ol   lhe  lllusl   ipi,illll     u|
British Columbia limber, but
except lor comparative!) small
areas, ilns has heee n ml in
SUppl)  tiiiilin lui ,i,||,,,,nl s.m
mills.    On iln high, 1 ground tu
e/ard  lhe bead <>i  the creeks
theie  ale,   hnweiel,   laige  ,n. ,,
ol 1 in Hem 11111i.1i. constituting
a musl valuable asset, li 1,
i.ii.il.li computed Uui  la  the
upper valleys ..1 ihe Lum, ihe
Sei 1110111 .m.l the Capilano,Hin.
fit ""I   leas   III.ill   one   tliotls.mil
million led ol the choices!   in
 I cedai    .\i iln presenl nine
terp local nulls draw then iim
bei   supply  Erom  these  areas,
while .1 large liiinln r camp oll
the Capilano and .1 large thing
h- boll camp un the Lum, each
plans large quantities ul tim
ber iu Burrard Inlet, lot suppl
ing mills uu iln* suiith shore
The 1..unin   sl   lhe head 11,1
tiis ul the Liiiii .md ilu Be)
mum is mii in mineral moon
es,  allil gins promise ol del a I
oping Into uin ol the foremost
■ ii my .ii.aia: i ui ihe provinci
iln Tm-Sii,iiiie Syndicate is
al present laiiung on extensile,
development work on their pro-,
perty at the head of Lynn creek,
aod the 11. C. American Mining
Co., has likewise a large stall M
men employed in opening up
ilnn property at the head ol
Seymour creek on an extensile
scale. In addition to Ihese,
then ire BUB) othei jilupei ties
upon which more or less work
has been done, alld upon whiih,
a very satisiactory showing has
been obtained. Those who an
mosl fully conversant with the
resources of this section, fieeli
declare that within a few yens,
a large and prosperous mining
community will exist at lhe
head of these creeks. Access to
this district is at present obtained by means oi wagon RM I
but there is every prospect oi
railway transportation in the
not distant luture. Thc B, -.
Kl. ly. Ins been in negotiation
for some time past with ihe
mining and the timber Interests
on Lynn creek, and an agreement lor ihe extension ul their
lines, is within the range ol possibilities at any time. The Vancouver and Northern railwav
holds a charter for building ,1
line Irom the mouth ol Seimoiir
creek to its head waters and beyond. There is an excellent
grade lor the entire length ol the
creek and the prospects are that
with the development that is
now going on, lhe lime will nul
Ih; long belore construction will
lie justified.
The chief centre oi population,
at the present time, is in the
eentrui portion oi Lynn Valley,
and comprises about live hun-
d-cd,', ople. The district ill
this vicinity is well provided
with trunk and branch roads,
both the Lynn and lhe Seymour
being spanned by steel bridges
oi modern type and lirsl-class
construction. There are in all
about eighty milts ot good
roads iu North Vancuuver district, a good proportion ol
which is louiid iu the Lynn and
Seymour valleys. The ro.i.l
making plant recently purchased by the district, is now on llu
ground and ready for operations
A quarry site has been procured
and is being made anessibli .is
rapidly as possible, when lhe
crusher will at once bc set In operation. A steady improvement in the roadbeds throughout the district will, no doubt
be ellected by nii.nis ..I lliis
plant. A powerful sle.nn nag..11
capable of transporting large
tonnage, is now on the 11.1v ami
will be used ill unijunction with
the rock crusher ami ro.nl ruiln
The Lvnn   Valley  water   district coinprisi's ,1 I.nge purtimi
ol the section ul the distriii li
iug east of the citv   of   Noitli
Vancoaver, This si sum comprises nine miles 1,1 Won ol pipe
alld WM laid at 1 u.-l ol alioul
lllllll thousand doll.ils. All III.
.nli.nil.Ige-,    ul    ,1    n.ilerii.il kl
si sinii ,,||. In ilns means 111,ul.
.11.iil.ible tu resuliiii'. niihin 11
bounds.
The rapid growth In propert)
l.lilies llll'l.Uglu'111  tin   distil. I. *.|
North Vancoaver, ms) he gath
nnl Inun ihe but ihal k»Ul
11.us sgo, the assessed mlu. 1 1
property was slighth uur one
million doll,ns, iiiui. 11 is mm
in rond numbers ilnn million.
ib, including the dty ol North
Vancouver, uliuh (onu years agn
u.is a portion   of   the   itlslin 1
... 1. n and one-hall million • '
the three millions which Um dii
trict, .is nun constituted, up"
nents, .ibnii' nn ,L ■ pn "|,:
is I'-uud in Linn .in I Siiiiiuiii
valleys .md wrty-five pel cent
ui Capilanb,
The   scenic   leal Ul is     ul     lhe
I,um .m.l Seymour valleyi .i"
nn attractive, comprising the
. .11 ..ns on the tn.. creeks,  as
will as lhe scicl.il nn .iinl.Uli
pcaka, at  the lAad "I llii   I '
Luiu Valley peril has Inin 1.
snieil by  the   distriii   council,
lor public purposes,    it Is lit-
SEYMOUR    CANYON
u.ited well up toward the hand
walers ul Linn cm!, .unt comprises lour hundrid snd eighty
acres. No iinproveineiit.s ban
as jet bun 111.ule upon il, but it
is destined ultimately to rank
as a favorite resort for pleasure
seekers.
The lines of the B. C. El. ly.
arc about to be extended from
the city of North Vancouver, be-
yond tin- present resi.leiili.il sn*
tion of Lynn Valley, thus pining it within lead] reach ul i-oih
this city and Vancouver.     Tha
right-of-way is alieadj chared,
and imnnree an given that
t.n.ins i..r construction will Ih:
called i.n in ihe Immediate iu-
lure.    Properly vaius are   ad-
valuing in view oi the early
arrival oi the tramline, mid
acreage h.is are lapnll; giving
plan* iu tubdivislons into town
lots Thc luture ol ill's section
ol the north sii.ite is ,a*sliltd,
and lis prospects ale ol the
brightest nature.
A DISTRICT KOAD THI EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Ihe current issue ol lhe B C.
Gatettc contains the lollowing
announcements:
Robert P. McKenzie, oi loss
land, is appointed > ori , .Lis.
Holmes is to be .1 clerk in lhe
office, ui the registrar general;
Aid, Jas, Alum..i', ol Chilliwack
is appointed lo Ihi board ol
commission! rs ol polici toi that
city; W, S, I'hippn i« to be .1
fisher) 1 nI'm .11 Stevi ton
Win. I.il.iiire, ui James Island,
is to be .1 depnl) game warden,
The lollowing .iir appoillled
notaries public: Hy. 1. 1 hoiup
sun, .luhn .1. ALKae, * 1.nnis 1
Summerlield, Caleb L. Uerrilt,
Charles \. Hi mull   ntnl   l,,.-li.
.1. lliun, ol Vancouvei, K
V. Clement, ol Vernon, and Hy,
T. Goodeve, oi Rossland.
Thomas K. Kii.'.v i.a be Men
i.ii'y to ihe board ol . uuniners
at Coal Creek collii 1). Jos, t
Dockrill, ol Vancouver, is 1..
be acting distrii 1 registrar ol
births, marriages and deaths
Charles J, Prior, ol Victoria, i'io be police liiugisli.u, i,,| tli.i 1
uty during ths absence ..1 Geo,
Jay.
The criminal assize mil bold
sittings at Vancouver, beginning October i.*tli.
Fred. J. Knight,   Vancouver,
dealer in l.nuy goods, etc., has
assigned  lor   lhe  benefit   ol   Ills
creditors.
Thc ioHon mg comp is havt
been registered as extra provin
tlui lolupalili s.    John J, .
Company, oi San Francisco,
mining operators; thc Agricultural uumranc- Compan) ol -As
lertouu, N. V., the (
Company, Limited, ol roronto
the Stuyvesant Insurance Com
puny oi the city ol New \.,ik.
The following companies ban
been incorporated: Ihe B. C.
Baagalon Constructions Company, capital Ma...,. ; Uic Punish Columbia Sulphite Film
Company, capital (500,000; Ci
dai Lumber Company, Limited,
capital ,Mu,000; Columbia taxi-
can Company, capital n,,..
Merchants  Ice 1 Cold Sti
Company, capital faoo, 1; Ut,
Pleasant Pythian Loan turn
pany, capital fio.ooo; National
Amusement Company, capital
MS,oooj Ken Wesl Uanuiactur
ing Company, capital **i.
Northern Interioi Printing Co
capital >», , Sheep Creek De-'
velopment Syndicate, capital
booj Skeena Kim Irans-
portation Company, capital ,vv
000; W,Mem Canada Trust Co.,
capital $250,000.
•l. Iriiin, Indian agent, makes
applicatioa (or five cubic feel ol
wain pn second (rom Inchaa
K.iii-Wiskin creek, m Bootanii
Indian reserve,
i'he Vamouver Power Company, Limited, makes applica*
Hon mr 150 cubic leel ol watei
pet lecond, (rom u unnamed
creek, coming (roa thc north
enst, emptying into Mialiloel
river, North Ann ol Hun.ml in
let -Indian River) at or about
lour miles Irom ita mouth Ihi
watei is iu be returned to Uu
North Aim ol Hun.ml Inlet, ,,1
H i.i.n iln place ulnie ih. pn
powei lu.iisi ui Un sppli
* situated.    The alu, rcll
ii.iiiun between Un point
■ 1, • im aad the point   ..1
return is about moo leel   Am
1 ■ town land inti ndi d to Ls »
ed b)   the proposed in.iks
will 11.jt exceed lo ... ti
A M.w INDUSTRY
•Norlh V.uu uui. 1 is about lo
add aiiuihci largi industry to
her steadily growing list, namely ItcDougal] - Jenkins, l-.ngiu-
..rs, Limned.
This company has been It
porated muli 1 provincial itatut
es, to take 01 er lhc busin.
Mi Dougall   &   .Iiiiknis,    Iambi
makers, engineers and marine
repair nun, ol Vancouver  and
Vi. toria.   Tin authorised capl
ta] 1*550,000. The shales were
lirst ollered lo the   public    this
week and mi* reported *. * meeting with ready sale.
John A. McDougal] and Pied.
ei iik T. .Jenkins Interviewed ths
city council u IsW  weeks  ago,
with regard to rnnfeeilnni, on
10111liti1.il oi the .ompany locat-
ing their worki In thli 1 It) ,and
were granted water Irom tin
city  mains,   at   I   tati   whiih
proved a '.nib.i.m iinin
io lead iiniii to definitely decide
to make thii city  their place ol
lUslliess.
Tin- lite upon which lhe works
mil be erected ii lota y, io, 11
and ta, block 171, u.l,. 174,
comprising 200 leet oi first-class
u.iuiIronl, mar the corner ol
St. Patrick's ave, Ihe properly is leased Ior tunity yens,
with ilu option ol purchase,
iiu first building lo be erected
mil measure 300 by >s.> leet,with
a ileal span ol 60 leel. lllc ell-
lllc length ol  the building   lllll
i.e travelled by an electric crane
with a lilting capacity ol 40,000
pounds, 'being the largest crane
111 tin prol nm . ihe boiler shop
will be equipped with .1 uiu.inn
hy di .mln Hanging and 1111 ting
outfit; a |iiiiith aud shears, with
a 40 null depth ul lineal, au ail
compressor, oi .1 capacity oi 135
lUblc leel; pllilllllallc hallllllels
.iini ill ills, ,1 i,i.h.il drill; a sel
ol Ileal)  duty lolls, and a pan
ol sheci iron rolls. The machine shop, thc loiindiy, and lhe
blacksmith shop will likewise
be equipped throughout with
modern machinery and appli.uu
es.
The company will cany on a
general business in boiler making, ship building ami repairing
and gnu i.il marine and stationary engine repairing, etc,
When lhe works arc running at
ilnn lull capacity, on the Kale
at present planned, they will
afford employment to about 150
men.
ALMOST l'.Ll-CTKOCUTh.l)
Ed, Bntwistle, e lineman employed on iln local siaii ol the
11. C. Bl, Ky. Co., met with ■
sn mils accident on Tuesday. He
was al uoik on the rack directly in (rat ol the power house,
ou St. Hand's  avenue,  cutting
some slack wire out of the primaries. While engaged in soldering the severed ends ol the wires
his loot slipped aiid, in endeavoring to catch himself, he completed a circuit by some humus
and received a shock of Joou
volts. The shock rendered him
unconscious, and he tumbled
over the top ol lhe pole, falling
to the ground, a distance ol |u
feet, and striking on his sliouM
ers. Ile was Immediately con
veyed to his home, al the conn r
ol bth and Ridgway, Bxamin
ation htiled to discover any serious injuries, and unless sunn
complication!  .should   devil"]'
Mr. Bntwiltlf will recover m
due course.
J. W. BALMAIN
civil.   BMOOIWNI
iji-uuitllv BurTtjfO* mnl .trcliilwl
Null I'll   YANCOl'VKI..
Board of Trud«
North Vancouver Board ol
Trade meets the third Tuesday
ol each month, at 8 o'clock p.
111., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meet! the first
Tuesday oi each month. D. G.
Dick, President ; J. R. J. Murray, Secretary.
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
|>*\I'I llll.   HY
THE MISSES DAWSOS
t"•■rtiIn niial -rn.',a i.i. Mtdtesl and
M. 1 * a ■ r 1111 y S until
Nuill Sent Out on Application
t'nr t»rni. a 1.]a 1 v nt Hit Hospital
Cor, l.ll. su. .ai I -1  An*lr*-w'i Am.
PHONE   6«*
ATTENTION
Builders & Contractors
Lumbar will never lie elii'ti|i-
•r    1 i.-t  in on  tin' pound
lloor.    Build now
•a      Ofl|    a,«n    Kllll-
.lriH.1 Flootini mid Hal*
Miai     Lvnn ( r.i-k.B.C
NOKIII .... 1)4 in%
Phone 126      Store Ul 1st street east
tiiiamnteeil Itiit Quality Snp|ali, |
l*.i.*nin*.- delivery ..i dsjr'i milk
Cr.'Kin, Better, an.l toe Cream npp ied
WM. PHILIP, Prop.
Land Notice
New Westminster Land D-iv
trict. District oi itew Westminster.
Take notice that K. A. Has-
well of Vancouver, 11. C, oc :u-
patiou broker, intends to app.,
ior permission to purchase uu
following described lauds:—Sei-
ond Gordon Tasini Lake. Commencing at a post planted al
the south west comer of lunbci
license 1*1768, thence norlli 40
chains, thence west bu chains,
thence south Bo chains more or
less to shore ol lake, thence, a-
long shore of lake to point of
commencement.
ELLIOT A. HASWEU
May 12th, 1909.
IEI   1
GROCERIES
PROVISIONS
BOOTS AND shoes
CENTS' fUrNisH'Ngs
Our aim is lo ;;ive IStiilli lion
to our customers.
Om di lm 11 p" s to sll psrti ul
the city. II you have bo telephone lean   your n.iin.   and
om di lively iiill call.
DODDS in
TYSON
Telephom \i
l a,,   sib Sl. and Lonsdsli
ol M inufactunn,
i*'iai a landothtri win. rMllii lhe a*i\i.*,i.iiil-
11 v 1 f liaviug tli.tr l'aaia nl I'ii Ii 1 ira, Hctid
1 v Kxptaia*. l'i, li'i-'nany advice In***. Charffi
r...la.:ite. Our Inventor's Atlvl.-r... nl ii|".ii n-
ii'i.*.t. MarlnnkMarl K'K'il., New V.nk l.ilt
I'.i In  M....I.. .,1   huJ ll ,.!,, nal.,11   ne   i;*a
lor Boot and Shoe Repairing
.nnl Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Hoot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hall
1. I). (). F.
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
VS, meets everv Thuisdiiv lien
ing, corner Lonsdale avenue and
l-'irst slreet, nt H o'clock. Visit-
inf •brethren cordially Inritad to
attend. A. L. Clemienls, N.G.;
Thus. S. Nve, Rec.-sec; ,1. II.
1'illing, Kin.-sec.
Pioneer
Bakery^
S. H. Walker,  ■   Proprietor
Fresh Bread daily delivered
lo all parts ol the city.
16 loaves for ti
4 lor ij cents.
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
HIGH GKADECAKE
PASTRY, E1C.
PIONEER BAKERY
MOM I        71 Lonsdale Ave
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights ic.
Anvf.no ai»nding a akr-ti-li ond dMcrtptlaiit ma?
Qnli'llr u.-erliiln rnr n|,it....u freewlielli.r .u
l.ivoiillnn 1. I>r. h.Mr ri.iPlit.sla  CaminitiNlo-i.
il,.innnoilT.-.'.iii n.il. HANDBOOKI'ti'-.twu
jcut Irc-a, llllrat .(.I'tiry f„r .,..*urin*r |*»ltfiil*i,
l-Miania takt'ti ihr.iu.il Munii t Co, rwctilrt
rprflulnstke,.. ,rl-.,uttl.a*r*jo. Intl,0
Scientific American
A hnniUnmciy HliWrattxi TuMl   Luvi<nt rtf-
?ulttlou uf my n'letitiiii* Jt.unwL Ttrtni inr
ai.a.tx-,I-.TS a j99t,|ni-tiwtf liroptid, bold br
iU miw«i|t'*lrrs.
MUNNSCo'^^NewYork
Hr.l.cb HOU,. OS K SI., ll ., Jlllla.laall. D. C
iv. II. ITONIY
W. e.  KOUIIOH
Solea|anti i'..r Unretoo, ibe tn-Kt
muli.mil fur nulls ud oslllngi
Phone R90
W. H. STONEY (& CO.
signs of every detcription
\\;iil].,'i|u'i'B, Paints,Oil*, VarnuhM, Ao,
House Painting, Oluinf, Paper Hinging, Kilnominini
Decorating, etoa
Safety Deposit Boies lo Kent. Safety Deposit lloxes to kent.
§      111 CUM KI Uill
Aola•• Caaoulor, Truatae, Liquidator H.oa.v.ra and Aiilgnat
Court Bonda laauad
4°o
INTEREST
I'ai.luii .ii,|,iiinth, Mopoasded
L.tir tiun.. y.'iirly.
Pai* Book! laaimd
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IlnN. K.^'All'I'KlM'OTTiiN.l'liHiriiiiin of  I'lix'iitivt
F.J. P. 01B80N, Msasfer 1.0. u AlxiVHiiiiu, tommy
Qrsnrille Mm,aioii* Wesfc, owner Bulssai sml Oismllii
I' n   Ilh UN Phone Mil
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S.ilcly Deposit lloxes to Rent. Safely Deposit Hoxes to l-lfiit.
3rd street, cor  Lonsdale ave
BLACKSMITHING
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
ETC., BTC
1       barpening .1 ipecialty
WEDDING
RINGS
Hurry Ip Call!
HOT
POINT
ELECTRIC
IRONS
Air |oiag ipiiik as ih.. niiinber is
linuli'il. lletlir nol put off too
loni; m tluiK llu- one you are
lliiiikui-; about.
HkTITSH COLUMBIA  l-I.l'X-
TKIC RAILWAY CO. LTD.
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COURSE OP CONSTRUCTION
Wc can handle as many more.    If you are thinking ol building
set us snd talk the matter over
CAMPBELL e* MILLER
205 Lonsilnlr Ave.
North Yancoimr
Ate bought for, but nol by women, ul tlie [ail sex are often
consulted ibout ths purchase,
or tlmi should be, Wedding
ringl ' .iiiiia.i  I"   too i;ood in
quality-—tlui .1 >t > veryday
pui. bases. Ws hav. than iu
wlid gold, guaranteed
in lasl * long lifetime, In
< al I ki Itylel nl iniain iv c easily
taki iln l.i.l in i.iiii'ty. quality ami 1.11 prices. Uui youi
|. iv. in hi re an.l yon w tA
the I-, si value d 1 youi noaejr,
^vvv*^t^vvvvv^^v^^A^^^^NV><v^^VlA■^^
Cates' Wharf
I-OOT OF ROGERS AVE.        NOKTH VANCOUVER
DockiKe for Sleamen
Warehouse Accoiiimodation for all purpoies
»4ND, LIME, BRICK, CPU SI, GRAVEL
COAL and LUMBER
Goods delivered if deiired. I'minpt service
APPLI IT NM 0.\ WHARF
Ur al Koomi 12 and  13,  Flick  Him k.   Vancouver
PHONE 3099
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GRASSIt & CO.
31K Cnmbie .Street
North  Lonsdale
was-M
The pn ttissl psrl ol North
Vsm ouver.
50x13a feet Lota
$300
WstSI   and   Electric   Li^ht     *75 < ^'' li:l1-""e 6-   l2-   |H
and ll numills.
Serri
I have one double-corner left,
facing south, $650.
All   I.'I       .IP     'I     '     I"   .   le II.
Si I I iii be built at once on
King Street,
Select 11.1. now.     There ire
50 yet to pii k from.
l»
Car Bsteaiion Promi ■ 'l
Sole   Agent   fof   the    Nye   Addition
JACE LOUTET, 213 LotwUit An* TelePhonr L89
NORinVANCOLVER EERRY TIME TABLE
STBAME1 It
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STK. NOKTH VANCOUU-.k.
Leave Vom.    1
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• Not nn Sunday.
1      Time T.ible
■abject to tb.
in i-e without noticr. ol
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Alderman Braim was the only
absentee at the regular session
of the city council, on Monday
evening. Mayor May occupied
the chair.
The eity engineer advised the
council that he had Inspected
the proposed sile for a reservoir
Ior which negotiations were in
progress with A. W. Nye, and
found that il had an elevation
oi Irom boo lo 700 feet, which is
higher than the present intake.
Clerk to notify Mr. Nye accord-
iiijjly.
ITie city engineer likewise submitted an inventory of the tools
and equipment in possession ol
the board of works, together
willl a list of the implements 111
the engineer's ollice. Referred
to the board of works.
W, L. Keene, secretary ui the
Horticultural Association wrote
requesting a donation toward
the exhibition to be held September loth and 1 ith. Mr.
Kerne personally outlined the
plan of the association for this
year. Council voted J150 as a
donation.
Mrs. M. B. Martinson, secretary of the local branch oi lhe
W.C.T.V., iorwarded a copy of
a resolution passed by the union
supporting the resolution lately
passed by a mass masting of
citizens with respect to the
closing uf hotel bars on Sundays; communication liled.
The railway committee of cit-
i/.ens, appointed previous to the
sending of  the delegations
Piric did not think that this
road would suit his purposes,
and reqaested that council carry
out the original intention of
opening up 22nd street. Referred to the engineer, to report as
to cost.
Residents on 15th street, between Mahon and Jones aveiiu-
us, petitioned ior a sidewalk,
and for road improvements;
board of works to reporl.
Accounts as follows were ordered   paid:     Board  of  works,
general, 1333.14, local Improvement, 3rd streei, |lto.l6; waterworks committee, (685.16.
On motion of Aid. Voung, the
police COmmimiotteri were requested to authorise the police
to Inspect all the water cornice-
tions throughout the city.
City Engineer Hams was instructed to prepare a plan,
■Mowing the projection ol llie
Esplanade along lhe watcrlroni
past the Indian reserve, in such
position as uol lo interiere with
the waterfroiil privileges of lhe
Indians, l'lan lo be Iorwarded
to the department al uilawa.
Aid. SchulU called attention
to the necessity uf cutting down
the thistles on city property before Ihey ripen; board ol works
to act.
On motion, Aid. McNeish was
authorized to purchase some
benches, which had been ollered
council through him at a low
price.
Aid. McRae reported that the
linance comiiiiUee had decided
to recommend the lollowing
prices ior cemetery plots: urn-
space $4; one quarter plot >.'o;
one hall plot Sps; three-quarters
plot $72; lull plot (24 by ii li.i
IlIO, .Matter reierred back to
the couiniittee to consider   ad
      OW rates
Local improvement bylaw No
6, re 3rd strtiit, was reconsidered and finally adopted.
Bylaw No. 75, lor improving
and laying out the ciiy park-,,
was read three limes; as was
also bylaw No. 7b, for lhe iigti-
with   the '"lion ol lhe cemetery.
Vamouver I   til>' Q** Shepherd was   "•
Water Notice
in
_ tO '
Ottawa last autumn, submitted j   .
an ad interim report, which will i viability ol making
be found in full in another column.    Report was received ,unl
handed to the press.
Oil motion oi Aid. Dick, sec-1
milled In Aid. McNeish, a vote
of thanks was panned to the
minister ol railways, for his
prompt compliance
wishes of the North
NOTICE is hereby given that
an Application will be made under Part V. of "Thc Water Ael,
1909," to obtain a license in the
Vancouver Division of New
Westminster District,
The applicant is the Corpora
tion ol lhe District oi North
Vancouver.
The name of the stream is
"Thc Sister Creek."
The point of  diversion  is
D. L. 1071.
The quantity ol water applied
lor is une cubic loot per second.
The character ol the proposed
works is a Dam, Intake aud
Waterworks system.
The waler is lu be used wuli-
in the Distiict ul North Vancouver.
The water is tu be used for
dumestic and municipal purpos-
es, subject tu existing recurds.
The boundaries aiid area ol
the District oi Nurth Vancuuver
are sel iurth in the letters patent of Incorpuratiun dated 10th
August, 1891, and published 111
lhe B. C. Gazelle, but excepting
ihe area oi the City of North
Vancuuver specilied in Schedule
B uf the North Vancouver City
lu,.up..1,un.u  Act Amendment
1907. M
The approximate number oi
Inhabitant! of the District at
present is 2000.
This notice was posted on the
2nd day of July, 1909, aud application will be made to the
Commissioner on the 3rd day oi
August, 1909, at 11 o'clock,a.m.
The riparian proprietors or
licensees who or whose lands
are likely to bc aHecled by tlie
proposed works either above or
below the outlet is \V. J. Irwin,
Esq.
The Corporation oi the District of Nortli Vancouver.
ALEX. PHILIP, C.M.C.
for is two cubic feet per second. |
The character oi the proposed
works is a Dam, Intake uud
Waterworks system.
The water is to be used wiih-
in the District oi North V ancju-
ver.
The water is to be used fcr
domestic and municipal purpos-
es, subject tu existing records.
The boundaries and area oi
the District of Nortli Vancouver
are set forth iu the letters patent uf Incorporation dated lolli
August, 1891, and published 111
the 11. C. Gazelle, but excepting
the area ol the City oi Norm
Vamouver specilied in Schedule
B ol the North Vancouver City
Incorporation Act Amendment
1907.
the approximate number oi
inhabitants of llie Disirul al
present is 2000.
This uolice was posted on the
28U1 day oi June, 1909, aud application will be made lo the
Cuiniiiissiuuer on lhe 3rd day ul
Augusl, 19119, al U o'clock.,a.111.
ihe riparian proprietors or
licensees who or whose lands
are likely to be allecled by tlu
proposed works are The eslate
ot lhe late Dr. Carroll, The
North Vancouver Brewery Company and Messrs. Lousdale and
Fell.
The Corporation oi the District ui Norlh Vancouver.
ALEX. PHILIP, C.M.C.
Canyon View Hotel
CAI'ILANO
THE FINEST TOURIST RESORT ON THE
B C. COAST
AUTOMOBILE STAGE neati everj unit snd ol Keith
Koad Line, Norlli Vancouver.
Kales t2 50 per day ami upwirdl,
LARSON,
Proprietor.
I
CANCELLOR
Manager
delegation. strutted   to   write   Hon. t. L.
The depulv commissioner  of i Carter-Cotton, with relerenct to
^^^^^ reft-rr-, improveiiienls     to   lhe   lower
Moodyville road.
The inquiry oi W. Knowles,as
to the privileges ol aldermen
on Kice lake. On 1110-iwilh reference lo absinling
lion of Aid. Dick, the citv tlt-rk ' lluinst-lvt-s from council session:,
was instructed to virile llie gov- prcupitulcd a warm discussion.
erniuent, requesting copies ,,( Couniil has no bylaw to goierii
the correspondence between the .****■* l>ractlce.
government and the district ol
Norlh Vancouver with reference     The  Kxpress enjoyed a   hmi
lands and works  wrole,
ing council to the coniiiiissinmr
al New Westminster for Inform-1
atio> with respect lo grants  ol
property
WANTED
on Saturday, from r. j
1/l.llU ,
the  Nelson
iaa iiiiiiiii
to Rice lake. B
Mr. Pirie inquired of toumil lale  proprietor  oi
wlnn he might expect operations Daily   News,   who
to begin 011 the 1.instruction   ul laken up his resideiue in Van-
a roadway along 22nd streei, to couver.
Ins property on Larson street,1 C. E. Lawson lelt lor ('.las
block 2lla, lot 5-1*1. Aid Mc- g„„, Scotland, on Satuidav
Nilsh explained that upon ex- last. gl will ihere join Mrs.
animation, he had found that [4-jrMI on a three month's
this piece of road would prove holidav, returning here 111 the
expensive  and   that  there  was iA\\,
another way out via Bewickc j Aid. Braim is operating ..
ave, upon whiih the street gang ] launch lerrv between lure and
was at present engaged lor Mr. jHollvbum. Salnrdais and
Pine's accommodation.       Mr.|sundavs are Ins bust dais.
n
The Sixth Annual Exhibition
be hold ill Horticultural Hull
Kriilav   ami Satunlav,   |Oth
and 11 th of bo|>tembtr, 1909
U I
Oll
$75(>.()0 GIVEN IN PKIZKS
for   Fruits, Vegetables, Ploerert, Stock, Garden   I1
niestir. Science,  Ladies'  Work,  (Tuldri a'l Work, etc.
Promenade Concert        Children'i Sports        Public Dance
Full detailed Yuit List will be braed in a l.w .I.m
• ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
NORTH  VANCOl'Vl
■ -m-iiwii .1 litaail
l'r..|.rl.liif.
STEAM
LAUNDRY
Everything  new and up-In-dile.      All classes ol   laundry
work (or hotels, homes, individuals, I n
First-class work  t>y latest an.l  l.r-,1  un tlmi's.     ( i!\   nd
district delivery.     Moderate charges.
Have your Launbry Word done locally,
Water Notice
NOTICE is hereby given that
an Applu.iiia.il will be made under Part V. ol "The Water \:t,
i'io.'," to obtain a license in the
Vancouver Division oi new
WesiininsU-r District.
Thc applicant is the Corpora
lion oi the District of ..orlh
Vancouver.
The name oi thc slit-am is
"The Seymour River."
The point ol diversion.is near
ihe Smiili boundary of D. L* 82b
The 411.111111 > ol waler applied
lor is six hundred and lilly cubic
it-el per second.
Tlu iharailer ol the proposed
works is a Dam, Intake and
A,un works system.
The waler is to be used within llu- District oi Norlh Vaic 1,1-
ver.
Thc waler is to be used fur
domestic and muniiipal purposes, subjeil lo exist mg records.
The boundaries and area ol
lhe Dislriel ol Norlh Vancouver
are set lorlh iu the lellers pal-
eiil ol lnioipotaiioii dated loth
Augusl, 1891, and published u
lhe B. C. Gazette, but excepting
the alia ol the City oi North
Vaiiiouur spec Uud 111 Sthedule
B ol the Nortli Vancouver City
Iiu.iipoi.ui.m Acl Amendment
IW,
The approximate number ol
inhabitants ol tilt- District at
presenl is Juoo.
This noliii was posted on the
Mth day ol .luile, 191*9, alld ap-
pllialloll will   be   nude   lo    lhe
Commissioner on the jrd day ul
August, uyoy, al 11 o'ilmk,a 111
The I Ipal iall piopiictori or
lliellsees who 01 whose lands
are likely tu be aflcittd by iln
proposed works cither above 01
■below the outlet are Tho .Seymour Indian Reserve.
The Corporation oi Iln- Dis
trict oi Norlh V ancuuver.
Al.E.V PHILIP, I Ml
HIM) 011XI AND WORKS;
14th Street, last
DOWN lim\ 01 Iltl:
37 I until,.li Ave
Water Notice
NOTICE is hereby givtu that
an Application will be made un
der Part V. oi "The Water Act
iyoy," to obtain a license 111 the
Vancouver Division oi New
Westminster District.
The applicant is the Corporation ol ihe District ol Aoith
Vancouver.
The name of the stream is
"The Capilano River."
The point of diversion ls tlie
old Capilano Dam in D. L. &7J.
Tlie quantity oi waler applied
lor is sixty-eight cubic leel per
second.
The character of the proposed
works is a Dam, Intake and
Waterworks system.
The water is to be used wiih-
m the District of North v amou-
ver.
The water is lo be used lor
domestic aud municipal purposes, subject to existing records.
The boundaries and area ol
the District of North Vancouver
are set lorth 111 the letters patent ol Incorporation daled loin
August, 1891, and published in
thc B. C. Gazelle, but excepting
the area of the City of Norlh
Vancouver specified in Schedule
B of the North Vancouver City
Incorporation Act Amendment
1907.
The approximate number of
inhabitants of the District at
present is 2000.
This notice wai posted on the
30th day of June, 1909, and application will be made to the
Commissioner on the 3rd day ol
August, I909, at II o'lloiK.a in
The riparian proprietors or
licensees who or whose lands
are likely to lie aflccti-d by tin-
proposed works arc the City of
Vancouver, The B. C. Electric
Company and the Capilano Park
t'..mpany.
The Corporation ol the Dis
trict ol North Vancouver.
ALEX. PHILIP, C.M.C
.''urniilinl ami Unfarniihei
Nortli Vancouvi r.   We
our list and have farther application!
ImiM's to Kent in
mve rented tbe int on
Bead pvUeaUn il ohm to
ALEXANDER SMITH i* CO.
Lonsdale Avciiui-
-Office 24 m
luilli'S-
lllllii-
id)   The quantity oi wain above ihe Intake ol Hot City oi
aunlied ior is 40 tubu lul pu   Nmlh  Vamouver.      lhe eleva-
:Qa_ lion above Burrard Inlet is 820
ie)   The character oi the pro- leet.
posed works is a Muniiipal wa-1   -d)     The quantity ot water
u-rworks supply. applied loi is 17 tubic leel  per
il) The premises on uliuh scioud.
lhe water is to be used is all, -^j xilt. -fractal ol lhe pro-
that area included wiilun Un j,usa[ ^uikj, j| _ Municipal wa-
Municipal limits ol lhe Ul) ol (grwoikl supply.
North vamouver, COmpntilUJ ^ lhl. l,li.nn_!> ou WUith
District Lols 544, 545. 5-1". Mi Uu water is lu bc used is all
548, 549. 55ui d^i 2b5i 21li *Mi uiai au^ uuiudcd wiiliiu the
273, and bib. .Uumupal limits ol thu City ol
■g) The purposes ior w huh; iWUl i,dUluUVWi comprising
thc waler is lo be used an do- mhliul i/0li 544i 545i 540, 1,4,,
■attic and municipal pu.poscs.   ^ ^ ^ -^ ^ ^ m>
(h)     The bouudallcs anil ana  —^ aUj tnt>.
ol tbe Municipality ol lhe Uiy     ^    llit yirj*-MM jot  -gfcfcfc
ol North Vancouver is all   that  ^ tt_au j, _ ^ Ubai dl(. _u.
iiiestu and municipal purposes,
(h;     1UC imiiniUilis aud aiea
__—______—____— _M
area sel lorlh 111 Schedule ' 11
ol the "Norlh Vancouver   Ciiy
Incorporation Acl Ameiidmeiu
Act 1907."
(i) The approximate number oi Inhabitants in lhe Uly
oi North Vaniouver is 3,500.
(j) This uullic was posted
on the lilh day ol June, 1909,
and application will be made lo
lhe Commissioner ou the 3rd
day ul'August, 1909.
(kj The uames and adiltissis
ul any riparian 1'iopiuiois H
Licensees who or whose lands
are likely to be alleiled by llu
proposed works either a bote ot
below the Out-let is "The Corporation ol lhc CitJ ol \aiiioii
ver and the Corporation ol tlu
District of Nortli Vain ..in u
City oi North Vamouui
THOMAS BHEPHBRD
City Clerk.
.0. Address   Noilh Vain..111.1
Water Notice
NOTICK ia hereby giun iliil
an Application will k- 111.i'l- 1111
der Part V. ol "Tin Wat, 1 A 1
1909," to obtain a license in iln
Vaiuiiuiu Division ol Neii
Westminster District.
The applicant is lhe Cofpufl
inui ni the District   ol   Nortli
Vancouver.
The n,iim   of   the   stream
' 111.  Ma, Kay Creik "
Thc point ol (livi isi.,n   ||   n,
Lot 34, Block 14, D. L iSno
The quantity ol water applied
WATER NOI ICE
NOTICE is hereby given that
an application will be uiadi
under Part V. ol the "Water
Act 1909" to obtain a license in
the Vancouver Distrii t of New
Westminster, to take, divert,
uinvey and use waler 111 lhe
City of Norlh Vancoiiver
(a) The name, address and
occupation oi thc applicant is
"Thc Corporation ol the City a
North Vancouver."
(b) The name of thc stream
liom which the water 1.1 proposed to be delivered is the 'Seymour River."
(c) The point ol diversion is
about one-hall mile above the
Intake ol the City ol Vani'inim
nnd the elevation above Burrard
Inlet is 510 leet.
ol lhe Muuiiipalily ul Uie Uly
ol Aorth Vancoaver k all uiai
area sel loilh in Schedule "b
ol ihe "North Vancouver   City
linuipuialiou   Act  Amcudmeul
Ail 1907."
11) ihe appruxmialc number ul Inhabitants m the Uiy
ul Nurlh \ aiuouvir is 3,500.
(j) This Nuiui was posied
011 lhe ijlh day ul June, 1909,
and appiiiaiioii will be made tu
lhe louinnssiohtr uu thu 3rd
day ul Augusl, 1909,
(k.) Thu uames aud addresses
ol any 1 ipai 1,111 pioprit-tors or
licensees whu, ur whose lauds
ale likily lo be alleiled by the
propond woiks eilhel above ur
below the Out-lel, is the Cor-
p.ii.niuii ui tue Ui) ul Nurth
VamuUU'l and llie i'loplletuls
ill and ol Dlsllltl Luls loin,
')H, aud 1363.
Ul) ot Noi lh Vancuuver.
THOMAS SHEPlll-.KI)
Uly Clerk.
P.O. Addiess    North  Valiiouver
WATER SOIKI
NOTICE is hereby given llial
an'   application   will   be   in.uli
tor Part V, ol the "Watei
Act I909" to obtain a Iiu use in
the Vancouver Distriii ol Nni
Wisi'.iiiinsler, lo lake, divert,
convey and use w.itu in tin-
City  ol North Vamouver.
(a) The name, address and
oceu nation of lhe appli,ant is
"Thr Corporation ol the City ol
North Vaniouver."
(b) Thc name of lhe stri,on
Irom which the waler is pi ..posed to be delivered is "Lum
Cree'i."
(c) The point ol diversion Is
about one And one-qu.itlcr Blila
Land Notice
New    Westminster    Land   Die-
tint. Dislriel ui New Westminster.
Take noliie ihal tt illiam Dal-
/nl Duke ol Noi lli Vancouver,
uu upai nui 1.1..ki i,iiiii mis tu apply lor peunission to purihasc
the i.illowiiig described lands;—
Ibai ,i* Shoe Lake (.west shore).
Commenting al a post planted
due wesl ol a barren ruck 70
1,u.is uui iii the Horseshoe lake
in a little bay on the west shore
ol same lake, theme west 40
chaina, theme south 80 ihains,
theme east 40 chains more or
less to shore of lake, thence
north along shore oi lake to
point of 1 ..iiiiiii lu elnelit.
WILLIAM DAI./.IKI, DUKE
klay 15th, 1909.
m THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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('aayiin.'i   Ai'i i iai,-i -ii.',i*.    K.iii's  ur*
rail|(.'.|   ,la*,aa|ail|,^*   '. . .  ■.■.,„*,. l;l|,,*||,
AllchsngMin i-ontrael idverliacineiit*
m.i»i l«* in iln* ii.ani- *.i in., printer bj
\S utlii.> l.i v ..a l; | giomuim* publii iiiui;
in tin* nut IwHa
Nilkl H \ *,M ,ilil I, J ULI JO,  loog
UK. PUUSLEY
The ilgttal advantages which
North Vancouver bus io derive
liom personal visits irom prominent inin ni publii lm,  i...
,ij;,iiii deiiioiisii.iiiii oii lUesday
oi laat ii iik, when the combin
id iuuiiiiip.il councils .iim tin
board ol ludi had iiu pn.iMiii
oi entertaining iion. Mm. rugs
ley,  niiiiistei oi publii   Moras,
aim his part].     i'he object   ui
the Hsll lias Ihal Ul. l'i,.
as representing Uie tvdt-rul gov
eininciil, migiii UlVesllguli   .Ip
on   lut  jjiouiui  .inu  judge   lol
himsell tne natural advantages
and tiie possibilities oi the uurUi
shore ol iiun.ii.l Iniil, snd Uui
./..jut was certainly altttim
a musl gratiiying ilegree,
lhc-most inlpiul uuoi in Uli
happy icsulis thai attended un
Hsll Has uuiluiiably Di. Pugs
ley himsell. ihe uiinistel .>,
publii uoik., Kill IiiiiisiIi whuli
lu.iiicdi) lo me purposes oi
ouasiou, entered cordially ii.lu
im plana lot llu daj, uui
ui a miu and kindly inui
all tlial Has bTOUghl  to ilis lu
iiie, biuujjiii to lieai an alcri
intelligence  and a penetrating
iiniul upon .ill un interests oi
lhc uoiih ihon lioiu a loiul
pollll nl  iliil, aliil  iillhal   toll
iiu-ii iln assurattct that tl was
all a ii.ii plea .uu ia, imu, i,i
declaring lhat Norlh \ ancouvi i
had plolldid lol hin.  ihi   |
sntcst nay in.i .,|,,u,
in the province,
lllc ellolls ol ills hosts mil
lliiil    a    llailll lual lui    Ii   |
liom Ui. i'ugsliy at ever) luin.
Ihis uas manliest in his demeanor, as ndi as iu the uita-
aliies Uliuh he UUdi upon lill
Uio oua^loUs upon ilhkh In .i.i
"I IIH illlAll:* ll was
.pnl. ci iiiiiii Ihal a . iii.ii, ui
■A  pttb-Ut   Works,   hi    Has   iiii
luiiidim oi iiii Lui ihat iin uu
/ells sail   ill lilin ill  llu   a
nj'ii'.iir.niiic   „i   iln    federal
• iiu,* ul .nnl,   ,.i   ili.
a iiunii .imd that
particulai department ei Ihal
government, whusi   ...].. eUlel
id        lUlO Ull li''    I    ll HI
wnh iiii mosl |
Norih Vancvuvcr,    Uis unci
stsoso, nevertheless, nue  madi
ii-iih .i d< linilencN and .i direct*
in a hIii.1i carried  the convii
Hot thai ii   I'ugslej had arrii
ed .it Ins ..tin com lu ions Irom
what In blm . ii bud  wen  and
li,iinul, and Ihal Ihi n  wa   no
m i il nn ambiguous ti ... oi loi
Iiiiii lounding platitudes,   With
incisive intellect bc bad presuru-
sbly probed tin  eituatioa   ti
bedrock conclusions,  and  was
pn pared to eduiii Iati i th
i.ni.s ol lm. Importanl depan
ment with rderence  to
matters La actordanct with l.i
lUlllklla.il  ,   a,|    l| IMS   "I
, .iin.iis having dm regard
t„ ihe polni "I iln government
.ill 11   llie   .il. lib ibll   llll.iiniul    riC
gources,
Dealing with Uu appointment
oi ,i board oi harbor cotnin's-
lioners, Dr, Pugsley endorsed
the si lu nu*, and, touching upon
,i phase oi ii which is ol the utmost importance io North Vancouver, declared ihui as a member oi iln- government and tuini-
slel oi public Hoiks, he llolli.I
lavor lhe vesting ol llie u.l.ii
data .md the enure foreshore ui
the harbor in the board, iln
significance ol this point canuot
easilj be overestimated Irom tb.
viewpoint ol ilie uoiih shorc,U
cuust uiiu pitch .i board lound
menisci! is in possession ol tidal
UatS   aim    imp  ualcl   llolli,i^i
,,iiiu as is inu* provided, no po
ni) ujion ilnn part is luiiicii
.Une .nnu Uian uui uny wouiu
at   onu   j.iuu.u   lo   devote   u
lalye portion ol their l'csollicis
io an utilization oi ihe uicaJcu
advantages   presented  by
iln same, anu lo un deveio]*
ment ol Ulell lalcul possibilities.
Discussing the Second .Villous bridge, uic mnusici oi
publii hoiks emplusued liii
ucl, uiai iin* siniiiui'c must be
oi ihe nature ol a combined
uigliwaj niiii railwaj bridge, he
luiiiiu to un i.m ihai llie dominion government had already
UUUe a JJialil ul s:uo,ouo lo-
naiU sinii a slimline, and then
gave ilu- crowning evidence   oi
i.aollai conviction as lo lllc
impeialive nature ul Uie hoik,
aim ns really uiurproviacitu
importance, i.y declaring that,
a un above gum should provi
insulhcient, then the government iiouid noi nun a deal uu
io any rcasonabli appeal, loi
sUih lllllllll assist,nne as mijjln
He necessary, llie unl) possiuit
loj-nal loiulusioii jioin the present siiuaiiuii relative to itu
bridge is, lhat Um mo govenj
u,mis are waiting only io bt
iold What lhc liiuiiiilp.illlks ...
uiily interested are prepared io
do iu imp themselves ia tins
matter, in ordei lo decide whal
public inolliys aft nuissniy to
dispose oi lhe project laiol.ilili
alld llll,illy.
Tlic references made by Dr.
i'ugsley to the I..T.I'. railway
and ib. i ..Vk. were highly gra
uiynijj lo bis bearers, Ue lirst
cited   ibe  certainties,  namely,
thai tail) ol UltSl  11.,la .aa,ni in, 1|
tai lines had definitely arranged
.mn ihe nonunion government
ui ihe extension ui their Inns
.uiltliHuld lo Duiljld Inlet,.nul
Uini pioietdt'd  lo couple Iluii
uuh  ihe signiiicant conclusion
hat iluii  coming musl  mean
much to Noi ib  \ .iin • hi111,  a-*
JUS WOUld be llllll Insl poinl ..I
. uin,ut with iin  -jic.il hai boi
iihuh ilny wished io reach; and
i  was reasonable lo rappus*)
b..i al leant Iheir bright   in
11111..I.. would in located  upon
ins side ol  lile   Illlel. Sn. ll
houghts, voiced \t) uui  iiIwm
aiowledgi ui ilu   iim   inn,ihl
,.l ,,il  llllllll,ile
ll,11,11 I. I ,    ll.l-*    Ilia.H     ill.Ill    II    11     I
iigmlitance in the publii mind,
iini    gives    yel    mole    delimit
li.ijj. to iln expectations whiih
,,.,il mii ii its li.i\i  long mln
,iniul ,n ilns regard.
Dr, I'ugsley  was particularly
uiphnik with relerence lo ilu
.i nliiinij; oi  Firs)  N.n ions, delating   Ihal   failure   loi   anj
lenglh ui imu' to perform  this
ia,:h, Hutihl be a rtproaih   lo
la, and leaving no doubt in
the miiiils oi Ins hearers   that
ihis work  will Li speedily un
dertakeu,    His posiUve aasur-
ancei .is t.. Uu nationalixation
i iln  11.. i la.i , .is iiill .is his re-
la nines tO llu   i.ilm  ol tin   H.i-
i,in,,ni ,,i ib, imiili ihon and
to iln remarks *li  eenii advan-
tsgea oi North Vancouver, grerc
,n .ai iin* mosl gratifying nal
., |i iin wholi tenoi ol hi
IA Lot on 14th St. I
(CLOSE TO LONSDALE)
PACING SOUTH
With 2 Room House, $820
$500 Cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
I ELDER   MURRAY   CO. I
Paon .'I', Hosts Visooerss
I'honellM, Vavoh'v-b
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IIIE    LONSDALE    PIIARMAC)
ST.I IS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   TRICES    . . .
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US •■/   TRIAL   ON   YOl R
NEXT ORDER. TII ONE "
T. s. THOMAS, Phm. B.
DEI GG/ST
Th
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t   Sherwin-Williams   Points    Cottr   tht    Earth
SCREEN DOORS and
WINDOWS
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utterances carried his audience
with hun when in his nunmary
he slated, that he u.is lully u.g-
ni/aiii ui all the features oi ad-
vantage possessed by North
Vancouver. .Smh being tin use
the interests ui North Vancouvei are doubtless sale where thc
Ilia) or placed llu in, when he declared, that ihe north ihore
seeks nu tuioiilisiii,   but   onlj
uliai iln- government in Iheir
unbiased ami unprejudiced judg
unin considers is deserved,   in
accordance with ihose nalural
advantages.
Uu Saturday ,ei Uayoi Kealy
had Un pleasure ui meeting na
old-tune iiieiul iu iiie person ol
Ah. lluulusoii, ul the nnu oi
Campbell iV Hutchison, who an
establishing  a novelty   th ure
here. Til till) years ngu i'.ll.
Real),  UUD a louillflll   .allial
[rom England, eecurcd his lirsl
employment in Canada from
Mr. Ilulchison, at .Moosoinin,
Alan., and ihey had noi nut a
gain until Saturday. 1'hej
■pent a pleasant iinie talking
mel iln miu * oi early days,
The Baptist Sabbath echo I
picnic, which was to have been
held Wednesday, ims postponed
on account id unsuitable weath
er. Tlu in vi dale hai nol ui
been chosen.
They are lhe painters,
n
MM Sl %	
.., mi i* ni UfMiuti sn.I Antlqne Feral.
lur,., M. ir. Ulli.v, Hiiiii. ui Hnr Fix*
nin -   li.'i'HiiiiiK in min*. brssehse.
-   '.I , kl . I„*. 1, il,,*..1 nirl I ,1.1,
ll||„,>ll,   Sill,Kll
M HLOSUIM^fM |ar,ain|.| miuilnii
AT    REDUCED
PRICES
Ws have i lull
stink ol tin* ibovt
and iv. irssnxiooi
to dispose of n be
Ion iln hut M.uon
II   OVel Hllil if ymi
ire in need ol my-
iiniii- in this line
it will be io your
idvantege  io see
us itt once.
COME
IN
AND
SEE
1 S
ANYWAY
Paine  <& McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
Preserving
Fruits
Of sll kinds are BOD being rect-iv. d.
But ' *rlj in - mure< supply.
|i, -t in.ikis ol
PRESERVING
Sl ILERS
and   accessories    llwiyi   in
stock.
All lines ol grocerisi lur tbe
I-, -i I.ninii trade ai  unlit
prii. -.
C.R.MCKMAN
l.aiii-.ini.* Ave and sih ll
Tht    Shermin-Williams   Paintt    Cottr   iht    Earth
BEDTIME
Sll (IIK
WINDOW
Brass Bedsteads      Iron Bedsteads
lli-iritii*. jii-l r m*.i *ln*   * n nail,, ...-I.    Tl.i-i no-
aliiinlif- ill |.rn*i- llinl , .ml he besl
.1*1, lor ear
All (ul I on (ell   Millings
al- d.r llu- l-ini a
llrslimin- Ni.illn-ss
Wa ..!-.* li.in* ii iimnU-r nf
Scagrass and Rattan Chairs
Miilul.la* lut \ .r.ui.U nr I.uin-: II1..111
CASH UR 1 KIIHI
TumiiTj
1 IMI UK I Ml Ull
lOU^IMIMiSit-:^.6
Shirts
AT A SNAP
i *   'i,a,nm* il   1   .    1   will   jump .il   llr*
uppl   * I Sum**. .in*l
*    llll*    ll.llk    Ol
li .nli iik. llio   rliiplsy< .1 in
the 111 nl ni to 1  1 the
ui ood        11
iln*ip nn sei l,i*itore aai |< •.
noi led, I ui m 1 1 id*, a Iiinn the
lull* a I   III    d I 1 .    I....Ill   |0I   'I
;.. id. uin. li 11 m daily.
The; ie week ii
6Sc.
CUMMINGS
1,1   Clothing,       I'ir Men's,   Ladies', and
( bildii n'n llu ; * ..inl ShoeSa
NEXT TO BURNS' HEAT HAKKKT
■Specials
CAI'ILANO ACREAGE *  ')*.*
j,..mis ,,t s I. ki p*.t .nu.    (.'lose in 11111 hotel,
One-third caah, balance 6 and 12 uontha,
TWO I.o'iS ON nth STREET
job) ii;.   All ili.irul    >|...M,iih.   One-quarter
cash, balance 6 aid u uioiiihs
Two l.o'i'S CLOSE To WATERFRONT
>:|o each.   M" caah.   Balance In b, ll and it
uontha,
SURE KONEY1IAKBRS
C. E. LAWSON
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Md. o.  Cor. 2nd & Lonsdale  1
• CH A U/.C   MONBBR DRY GOODS, •
• ^r|/\yy   ^   ^ent' Furnishing: and Fancy  •
• \\. hsve s consignment ol High Grsdi Strnph
Corsets
Pin. i from lhe nisuufsctun ri ..".I in  *. Iiinn ;
price.       Also fine Sum   I ilui. a ,iiso  ,n cost
Note tin following :
m
• IIK-II GIMDI WIHIIUOM CORSETS, [ROM     HOO •
• tX LISIt AN0 SILK GLOVlS, M? IROM   2i)c. 9
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*  IVi *i" ilso selling our stoclr of Bloim   ii i [reitr Inction,
I  All H, ..* i. i !•■ in .m'l .iiiiiiiii     Everything ol thi best.
•  DRESSMAKING T.- THE I'UEMISES,
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THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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|LOCAL news!!
Crawley & Keid.
J. 11. rilling returned Thursday  Irom  a  business  trip   to
Slocan.
Wanted,—Olrl lo work ns extra operator, four bonis a dny,
in telephone ollice.
Wanted.—Woman to do wash
ing. Mrs. Shields, second house
on 41I1 itreet cast.
To Kent. -- Two furnished
rooms lor light housekeeping,
Apply at this ollice.
Wanted.—A   woman   lm   dav
work.   Mrs, A. lv Kealy, i?iii
street and Sl. Andrew's.
A Hell residence on UiiitII
st lii-i has just been finished lol
T. S. Nye, aiid another will im
liiedlatel)    be   started   on    *■*
street.
Nve
Also Ihe paperliungcrs.
Aid. W, II. Voung has commenced the construction ol his
new house on lhe boulevard,
Wanted.—A general maid, rc-
lerencei required. Apply Mrs.
Ur. Verner, 53b Lonsdale ave.
Misses Wilma White aiid Jua-
liita l,eiuh are visiting Mrs. C,
Cross, at her home on Chester-
Held nve.
Win. Krouse ami lamily,from
llaslings slreet, Vancouver,h.iu
moved across lhe Inlet, and are
at present camping on the wa-
teriront.
John Mai Lean and Kay Sar-
gciil of this ciiy, were successlul in passing the KcGUl matriculation examinalioiis, 111 llie
senior class,
They ure the kalsoniiners.
What Ollers.-I.ot 7; block 66,
D. L. 271* Size 60 by 840 feet.
Cleared, graded, fenced, and a
substantial two-roomed shack.
W. C. Stone, P.O.
For Sale.—One contract in tin-
Pacific Loan Society of Vancouver. Has run almost three
years. Will sell at id per cent
discount.      Apply  at  Kxpress
oflice.
T. R. Morrow, one of the
leading druggists of Kossland,
was in the city on Momlai ,l..ok
ing up old acipiainlances. Mr.
Morrow was formerly in business in Vancouver and is an extensive holder oi Capilano realty, having been on lhe laxroll
ior nineteen years.
The board of school trustees
for the district meets this evening in the municipal hall. The
items of business will include
the appointment of a teacher to
succeed Miss Clapp, who has removed to Alberta,
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NORTH VANCOUVER
HARDWARE: CO., LTD
Local Agents
■ :■ "-*****
Seventeen years il look lo
(ind how lo add one spei ial ingredient in Ihe
rijjlil way and amount to the pare lead and oil and
zinc of M L Pure Paints.  Time well spent, (or it makes
Ihese paints I;.-.; twin- as King as others, and protect (ar
belter.      Saves   you wasting money on   lault-Iull  paints.
Makes it sale, as well as wise, (or you to buy
ML
Pure
Paints
Made In every wanted color
for  BTcry   p.iinllnj   purpose
Imperial Varnish d Color Co.
Limited, of Toronto
E.t.l.ll.h.d   UIS
Ul
Geo. Phillips is putting the
finishing touches on his new
house.
Mrs.Wilson is now occupying
her new home, but recently Iin-
ished.
W. A. Smith and family have
taken up llieir residence at 413
3rd street east.
Miss May Keeble of Vernon,
Manitoba, is visiting her sister,
Mrs. D. P. Dewar.
J. Hutchison, one of lhe proprietors oi the moving picture
show, has removed, wilh his
family, to this city.
Malcolm aud Mrs. McMillan
are this week setting up their
housekeeping establishment on
bib streul, comer Mahon ave.
Arthur Still and lamily have
rented the new cottage owned
by 1), W. Elder, on 3rd slreet
weel and moved in this week.
Miss MacKinnon ol l'arklnll,
Out., arrived in lhe city this
week, upon a visit to her sister
Mrs. W. Bailey, Victoria park
west.
Two thousand feet of the contract on Oordoti road, Capilano
is lion completed. The entire
contract covers three thousand
three hundred leet.
The cribbing at the outer end
of the neiw Ilollyburn wharf, is
now in place and the structure
is ready lor decking Ior over one
half oi its entire length.
Mrs. A. S. Billings is enjoying a visit irom her sisters,the
Misses Kose and Victoria Thib-
crt, oi Goldendalc, Wash., at
her home, Victoria park east.
Another enterprisu is shortly
to be added to the steadily
growing busiuess establishments
oi this city. Miss Curie, of
Vancouver, has rented a store
in a desirable location on Lonsdale ave., aud will open a high
class millinery establishment.
Messrs. Latimer & Elliott,
who have been engaged in business al Ladner for sonic time,
have purchased the stock and
business oi the North Vancouver
Hardware Co. Mr. Latimer
has removed his iamily to this
I city and is residing on the cor-
|ner oi Keith road and St. t—h
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1
Larson's Pavilion
Commencing Monday
next,July 2fttb, 1909
Something new in Ani
mated Picture* and II
lustrated Sonfls   .   •
EVERY EVENING AT 7.30  ANI) 8.30 O'CLOCK
The very latest projecting
machine has been secured and
an up-to-date entertainment will
be given.
We have faith in Norlh Vancouver and are here 10 stay.
Come in and see ior yourselves,
and then ii you like our show-
tell your friends, if not tell us,
and we will try and meet your
wishes.
We want the ladies ai/d children to come because the entertainment will be made interesting for them.
SEE PROGRAMME'S
Programme changes Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays
I aa,
SJEJSIT?)c!IBIEiajSJBl^
rew's avenue.
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KcDOUGALL, JBNKIN8, Engineers, l.ul., won
Incorporated under the laws oi the l'loiime ol British Columbia, Dominion oi Canada, 011 ilm 22nd
day ul May, lyoy, lor lhe puiposc ul acquiring and
taking over as a going COttcen lhe biisines.** larried
ou 111 lhe titles ol Victoria and Vancouver. 11. C,
under llie lirm name ul Mi Doug.ill .*« Jenkins, by
John Alexander .UcDougall and 1-redciick Thomas
Jenkins, ai Engineers, Boilermakers and .Marine Repairmen, and lo erect modem builer aud machine
shops, and a marine repairing plant at Norlh Vancouver, B. C, ironting on Bunaid lulct.
The President and Managing Dirnlur aud Secretary-/insurer are bulb practical mechanics and understand thoroughly lhe woil* to be taken in hand.
The commercial slaudiug ol lhc men who are interested 111 MiDougall, Jenkins, Engineers, Ltd.,
gives asstli.iliic ihal Hs allairs villi be managed in
a business-like way, and llu l.ul that these men
hale pledged llieir time aiid money into lhe enterprise piuves beyond a doubl lllal Uie proposition is
worthy ol alluUion and MriOttl luiisidcraliuii. Nol
one ol Ihese gelilleiiicii have what is loiiiinoiily
known as "promotion stock. ' Every shale ot sluck
issued by the comp.iuy is lully paid up There is no
promotion stock.    Neithei is ihere  any   preferred
slock.
The company luliliuls tno bundled leel of waU-r
irotitage uu Bun,nd lnlcl, uuh a depth ol tkM
hundred leel. The alia ol llie ground, sixly thousand square leel, provides loi .1 l.uge plant. The
water ol the lnlcl al lllis poinl is deep enough lo
diiuliiuiudale lhc l.iigcsli usails. This piupiily is
leased tor twenty years inulii ui) l.noiable terms,
and wilh an option ol buying at the expiration ol
llial lime al  lhe assessed value ol lhe properly.
The lirsl building tu be cinUd will In three hundred leet by eighty leet, leaiing .1 ilcar span ol sixty
leel. The enure length ol tlu building will be traveled by an electric crane, nuh .1 lilting tapaiity ol
forty thousand pounds, making cun portion ol lhe
building accessible, besides being .1 gn.it lime saul.
The crane will be lhe largest in liriiish Columbia.
The boiler shop will be trapped wilh a modern
hydraulic Hanging and riveting oiilbl, a piimh and
shears with a iorty inch depth oi throal, an air
compressor of a capacity of one hutidrul and lliirty-
luc cubic feet, pueuinalK hammers and drills, a
radial drill, a set of heavy duty rolls, and .1 p.m al
sheet iron rolls.
The machine shop will also hi 1.pupped uilh mosl
modern machinery and applianus.
The foundry will have facilities Ior making castings up to seven tons in one piece.
The blacksmith shop will be equipped with .1 iiu"l
eru steam hammer and suitable ji1'.>-i 1 .ilus to f.uili-
tatc the rapid handling nl all work.
Whin ready for business the plant will give  employment to seventy skilled uicih.inii's .unl ullini.it 1
ly uin liiiiuhid and lilli  will be needed
Negotiations are now Lung ..irricd on between
thc city of North Vancouver end MiDougall,  lui-
l„e,„l„i,„,il I'mlrr thr bun vt Hi'tillx MmM* c»m"
,„>, .Irl ISM I" am
CAPITAL:  $50,000, Divided into 50,000 Shares ol $100 Each
OFFICERS:
I UKI*. T .IKNKINi- RIII1F.HT KEI.I.Y
I'reii.liMit mul Managing IHrwt.ir      Vice-I'maidcnl
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
FHEH.T.JI.NK1NS,
njlearieflMi
I'.ui.iling, Vii'ti.rii
ROBT.KKU.Y.
..I Keiiv, DearfaiAOii UfL
VHii.'..nv.r, B.C.
IIUIN A. M.DulTGAI.L
SirrrUry*Tr«i»urer
.nniN 1 MeOOOOALl
,112 Halting" s9mS
Vaiicnim-r, B.C.
.lAMI-SllliUKKK
ul lint-r, Cniirlni-y ft Ski-tie, l.ld.
\ ummto, II-C.
(•KoKi.K v.. MACnWaiLD
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ml'    „ .i,,,„„:in,,s to Oritntnl aad Pad* ports.
U.ilispnlt   the piuduets
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TIIE   BRIIIStl   (Oil MRU   TRIM CORPORATION
ntflilrnrt «..il Irantfcr Ag<nU
Geo. *\. ClbbA and X. Allayne ,U»ws
item is
IM annvlllt dlreel, VtncMvir, B.C.       •     •     •     .      t».S. Boim 91 nnd 1349
The Canadian l'acilic Railway Co., the Union S.
b. Co., the Bostowitz S.S. Co., IkKcntie Bros.,
Ltd., the Terminal Steamship Co., and the Sechelt
Steamship Cu., are all operating good-sued Heels,
lo say nothing ul ulher companies and individuals
operating, trading and tuning steamers, tugs and
launches.
Apart irom the shipping end oi lhe business, the
demand for stationary engines, boilers, loghauls,
etc., is growing wilh the exploitation ol the timber, mineral and lishing wealth, and the continual
growth oi thc many  olher  uidusines  oi  British
Columbia.
The cities ol this province musl exleud llietr system of water supply. This will necessitate a large
amount oi sleel piping. Tine plant oi McDougall,
Jenkins, Engineers, Lid., will Ik- capable oi turning out all supplies for this class of work.
Every person having a knuwledge ol builer making, shipbuilding and rep.iiiiug and general marine
and stationary engine repairing is aware ol the
prolils earned 111 the pertoimame ol this work. It
is a very poorly liUed plant thai does not distribute
twenty per nut yeaily amoiigsl Us shareholders.
Sojne planls are able lo pay subslautl.il divuleuds
on one or Iwo small jobs, and other planls which
are well equipped and under the management ol
nun uiu. go alter their work instead ol walling for
it lo come to them, are paying dividends which run
liiini iwenly-liie to our Idly [*er cent, per year.
This is an absolute fait, and U investigation un
your part will prove it. The men who arc directing the allairs ol MiDougall, .lenkins, l-.ngiiueis,
Ltd., have been siiuessllll ill their dlllerent uudii-
takings. They aie well known as business getters,
, nul il loiisiniitious work will retain any p,ill ullage
aiipllted, the slliuss ol .MiDougall, lenkins, lill-
gllieers, Lid , is assured.
To dale about thirty thousaud dullars has t.i in
subsiribiil Ior sloik in MiDougall, .lenkins, Hngiti-
eers, Ltd., at pal i.ilui The iiinalnder ol the
stoik ill lhe tiiaMiii is ulli* 1 oil at its par value,
uiie dollar pel share, on easy pal minis ol a i|U,iitu
cash, and lhe balance 111 three ei|UaI pailucnl.v thirty, sixty and niiutv dais In.111 dale ul lirst llislal-
melll.
l'le.t.sc lill out lhe blank [ol as 111.un shares as you
tare to lake and mail, or send to the brokers, to-
gethii with ihiipn for lirsl paviuint. Vmi will
linn hue made an investment that will advance in
value from vear to year besides returning you a
substantial dividend on the amount you have   m
usted.
This is iu,1 a venture, nor a spei illation, but   an
Investment la a diss ol business which has alwayi
been siuiissllll if pn.pi'lll  lllallagcl.     The uunpalii
haie lhe nnu who manage ihings suuessfullv.
Meihaliiis taking shares will be given piiliiin, i
iu employment.
North Vancouver needs industries
Now is your lime to assist in ptomoling them THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
II
The lolinwing reporl made to
the city council, .Monday evening, by lhe standing committee
oi cili/.eiis, re railway matters
along the watcrlroni, makei
clear, ihe ruling ol the boanl ol
railway commusionen si lo
railway rights ol expropriation,
and also shows lhat the dominion railwa) act has been emended, so as to enforce that mling.
The report ia printed ia lull,
and reads as follows:
All interim report ..i railwa)
committee oi citiieni ol Norm
Vain,uui, submitted iii mayoi
and council lm liieiillng .lull 36,
1909;
Gentlemen,—When your dele-
gallon uas senl to Ottawa, sec-
iinii tin oi the railwaj ait ol
Can,uia lead as lollows:     "The
deposit oi a plan, profile ami
book ol reference, and the notice
ol suih deposit, shall be deemed
a genual notice to all parties ol
iln- lands uliuh will bc required
lor llu railwaj ami works.
The date ol sdcli deposit shall be
the dale vv 1 Lh releleiite to which
such io,i,;.ciisation ur damage*
shall be ascertained, jlv Vu.,
1. 58, sic. 153."
This I.as been amended by 8-9
Edward VII, chap. $2, sec. 3, as
lollows. "Subsection .' oi section lyj ol lhe said act is a
mended by adding thereto tlie
following: 'Provided, however,
lllal ll the   COtnpaaV   does   m.l
actually acquire litis   to   the
lands within one year Irom the
date oi such depuslt, then tin
dale oi 1,uh acquisition shall be
the dale with relerence to uliuh
smh compensation or damages
shall be ascertained; and provided  lurther that  Uu- foregoing
proiiso shall not prejudice the
operation oi any award   ui   ol
anj ..uiu or Judgment ol any
court oi competent jurisdiction,
heretofore made, or any arbitration inui pending and ani appeal lr..iii anj smh award, order
or judgiinut shall be decided as
ll llie loregoiiig proviso had nol
i.un enacted.' "
Vour committee further en-
1 loses ii.pi wlinli 11 has rcicucd
ol ruling made by board of rtiil-
tiai commissioners tot Canada.
at Edmonton, February 14.140*1.
Ii appears to your committee
important in iln public interest
that these amendments to lllc
railway aa, and the loliilius-
slolltrs' ruling be made public
ihiough iht press without tk-
lay.
J. li. HEM., Chairman
ARNOLD E. KEALV
till .1. DICK
f. .1. IKttlN
Copy ol ruling made by board
ol   railway   loiiunissloliers    lor
1.ni,1.la ai Edmonton on February 19th, 1909,
lion. Aii. atabee:   This appli
Concluded M Last Page
LVNN VALLEY NOTES
It, II. iMaitinson mil preach
in tin Institute hall 011 Sunday
evening at Mven o'clock.
Thirteen hundred int of the
in.. thousand two bundled leet,
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TO ADVERTISERS J
ll.r .at, uti,.n nt ailverliMr- ia g
iaili-11.. a .Ui.aluig niatiin at tha
Inui *i tin* .*■ 1,u,rml o.luiiu,. a,l
11,» tiptSM, ll.al . haiiKM ol ail*
• Nfta-SWMl iiiiiii I*.* 10 ll.e l.aii.li
2 ..I Il.i- |.rmi.*r mil latar than 11**1
J  iii-a.la)  a,i pi, 1,   »,.„>.   l„ omiir-i
0 j.iililiiaiiun.    I'aaiiii,,.) no varia-
1 li'.n Ir.nii lint  rule mil Iif ma.le.
0
oecoeeoocoaaeeoceoeeeoee3!
whiih lhe contract covers on
MiDougall road, Lynn Valley,
are now completed.
The setting up oi the roik
crusher, ai Lynn Valley, wu
completed thli week and tlic
road making plant is now ready
lor operation. Work is being
pushed on lhe opening up ol
ileinpsey road, lo the quarry,
and lhe crusher will be set al
work as soon as this is completed.
LOCAL .NEWS  1TE.US
The ground is being iha n.i
011 llu waterfront, lor the ein-
tnui ul ilu* mn boili-iworks.
The local lodge ol K. ol P.
liilil a veiy siiiicssiul basket pli-
nii lo Hoii.ii island, Thursday,
kn. J.uiics Calvert, D.D.,the
president ol lhc British Loiuui
nia conference ol lhe .\Icthoili:*,
ihurih, will preach ia lhc Methodist church, North Vancouver,
on Sunday evening.
T.Hutchison has sold his grocery business and leased lus
stoic lo I). C. Scott, lor a lellil
ul three years. Mr. Scott is ,,
old grocery man, and will l.i
able tu give the customers ol
lhe west end stole lhc bcmlit <a
his lourteeii yean in the busi-
uess.
Misses S. Peel's, N. Philip ami
11, Smiili have rented a rammer
cottage at Suoke,  V. I.      Ihti
will lake their departure lor
llieir new domain uexl week,
and will establish an Adamites
Eden, which is expelled lo endure lur twu whole necks al
least!
FOI A BRASS HAND
The meeting held in the fire-
hall on Monday, lor the purpose
oi organising a brass ball,I lot
North Vancouver, was well attended. K. Chance was appointed chairman and W. Booth sn-
nlaiv, p(0 lein.    The secretary
was instructed to write Whale}
It Hovu, i'nnniiii, ior ,1 quotation, single and en blm, [or
a set of Instruments. A lull
complement of playen is assm
r.l, .nul iln prospects of luccess
are very encouraging,
asjsEjBisiaHaii?
for Good Photos
sec
Carbutt
j Su., rsa,„ lo I Null & H.,|lai»
] I ,-fnrrl iniail.I. A I ai.l.iiMilr
Price* reasonable
Results guaranteed
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lasiEHasisiHsraraiaiHsrarafSHffli^^
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thai
iln- partnership heretofore existing under the nnmc of Smither*
ingale Ik Horden,  as printers
md publishers, has been dissoli
id,  and lhe publii   Mill govern
themselves accordingly.
C. E. SMITHERINGALE
V,. II. MORDEN
B A MORDEN
Ninth Van...uin,.lull  17,19m)
Water Notice
Notice is hereby given that an
application mil be made, under
Pari V. ol "The Water Act,
1909," at .1 meeting ol tlu commissioners, I" In laid at New
Westminster, B.C., oa the third
day ol August next, loi a record
ol three illliii let! of water pel
sen.ml,on a , ink situated .1I...1U
one thousand bit south   ol   Ilu
northerly boundary oi Urt Hu
New Westminster District, ami
lluwing into Hurrard Inlet, mi
the North Ann.
Dated at Vancouver, II C.,
July ;nd, 1909.
•JOHN J. BANHELD
HENRYS
Garden Tools
Spraying Material
Bee Supplies J
I'mil ami Oruuninilnl
Trees
IjT.pHf (!»Ul<<gup Ttt*
M.i HCNRY, Vancouvv, BC
NURSERIES
1'i.r Sale. S. S Sunn. Tenders ale iiiiiiiii In the under
signed, lor hull, engines and
boiler ol ilu above iteamcr,
Tenders will be accepted lol tin
engines, boiler and hull iepai
ult'ly, ot lor the whole.        All
tenders must be in the ..Hi.,  ol
the company by noon on Uu
15th day ol August. Highest
or any tender not neussarih accepted,
NORTH   VANCOUVEI   CITV
FERRIES, LTD.
white curr
The Most Beautiful Seaside Sum
mer Resort on Howe Sound. . . .
Kvery day will he a holiday for the Vancouver business man who has hii Bummer home tt
White Cliff.
It is the beauty spot of Howe Sound.
Tin- property is situated hut twelve miles (one hour's ride by launch) from English Bay P
ier
Tin beauties of White Cliff cannot bc imagined until you have visited the property. Presenting, u il doei to the visitor, a pari' like appearance, V'hite Cliff is truly a healthy and most inviting
resort.
It [there that you can spend most inviting hours with Nature.
There  is good fishing, excellent batliinji; and boat'iig, and mountaineering for those who
wish it.
The scenery from the height; on the property il unexcelled in British Columbia.
The sunset from University lio^'us is indescribably beautiful.
I.il* 111 White Cliff have wit!-- t-ontage on main streets.
The lots begin within a stone - uin w of the water's edge, whe 1 there is deep sea bathing and
fishing.
The prices are exceptional!; low and thi terms eoiv
trill be pleased to take those interested lo see the piv ir'.!
W nli- or call for particulars.
Better MDd in your name now lor a copy of the beautiful booklet, "PfetaiMOM White Cliff.'
Albert Whyte
23 IMPERIAL BLOCK, VANCOUVER, B. C.
PHONE 3330 '
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE TO OWNER*  AND INTENDING  PURCHASER* OE
North Vancouver Properties
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Cleared City Lot*
for Sale at first Coat
The lew remaining lots in hlock 53, D. L. 550, on 14th, ijth
street and Ridgway avenue, being one block west oi Queensbury
park,
Inside lots fjoo to I525 each.    Corners Jboo each.
Size ol inside lots 50 by 156 feet each. Corners 60 by 156
leet each.
These lots are particularly well situated, 15th street being
already cleared and graded to its lull width, and lots of similar size in that vicinity now selling for J700 to J800 each.
The lots above mentioned a re genuine snaps.
For Sale
Intending purchascis ol choice acreage west o( the Cap.la.u
or in sny olher part oi lhe Dis. rict will prolit gieatly by ton-
suiting our large and txiiusivi list before negotiating ior purchase elsewhere.
This being the ,'ourlli ye.ir ol our establishment in business
in North Vancouver we are ihoioughly posted as to the various
properties that may be ollered ior sale and their values.
We are the sales agents for a number ol estates in Norlh
Vancoaver city and district and have a very good list ol pro
pertiei ior sale at prices which were prevailing in 1907 and iyo8
during the period of financial depression, and as we axe now apparently on the eve of a period ol great prosperity we consider
tht present time very opportune lor investors to make a selet-
tion of North Vancouver property belore the greater period of
activity sets in.
Capilano Acreage and City Lands Wanted
Well lituated.city lota, blocks and acreage, and well situated cloie in acreage in the district, particularly wesl oi the Capilano, and within one mile ol lhe waterironl. Wc have a large
lilt of clients, and special facilities ior negotiating suits where
thi prices are right. We advertise your property without cost
to you il you give us the sole agency ior a reasouablc period
oi time. Our past records demonstrate our successlul methods
in negotiating sales, and we propose greatly extended operations and a large expenditure along strictly modern lines ol .idvertiiing.
Wi have representatives in several advantageous parts in
Canada, United States and Great Britain.
It will pay you to list with ui ior quick sale il you have any
property to oiler.
ESTATES MANAGED
Noa-resident owners of property in North Vancouver who
are unable to give personal supervision to lhe uiauageuic-ut of
their estates are requested to correspond wilh us, being the oldest duly incorporated Company with its headquarters in Norlh
Vancouver, and being tinancially responsible in every respect,
we can give the .best assurances possible that business will be
conducted along lines as accurately and surely as any banking
establishment throughout the country.
FOR RENT
Wi have a good list ul cottages aud houses lot rent in choice-
localities in the city of North Vancouver, and shall be pleased
to show any of them to intending settlers.
Builders of houses in North Vancouver will do well to look
over our list oi choice lots and blocks suitable for building pui ■
posts.
♦ *•
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorpora.ed A.l). .yob, under .he Companies' Act ,8g7 md Amending Ac.,, with chief pl.ee of bu.ine.s ,n North Vancouver, 11,
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C.,
Telephone 15
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The following is an exact copy
ol  lhe  estimates  shotting   thc
' insl, etc., ol u dry dock oil the
n.iilli shore ol Hurrard Inlet, as
prepared   by   Donald   Cameron,
district engineer, and attached
to the 111c1110ri.il presented 11
lhe honorable the minister ol
. public works last week, llu estimates arc particularly 1 il liable as dcmonstraling lhe great
advantage oi a dry dock oicr
the proposed floating dink,
which has been assisted by lhc
I dominion government, not oiiiy
tl io its cosl, hut 111 liijuy other ways:
The proposed dock is designed
to lie built of Portland tamest
I concrete and granite.
To meet the growing si/e oi
ships lhe dimensions id ihe di.k
iiheii lullv linished, .ti'i exited
that of any dry dock yet built.
For thc present it is proposed
to build up lo a dividing gale,
giving dock room lor Dwieli up
lo 600 leet in lenglh.
The entrance, width .111.1
dlaliglil lor icssels oi tile extreme lenglh of the doik, 11/ ,
J7S leet, lieing yh leel wide,mill
.1 draught over sill, at high water spring lldis, ol lh leet.
The luture increase 111 lhe ili
j iii.nsiolis of ships will be in ilie
di |.lh, but us they   enter   such
[docks light, as a rule, the deplh
'adopted   should   meet   lhe   le-
iquircincnts lor some time   inlo
lhe luture.     The depth nui  sill
proposed is greater lhan llul ol
the    admiralty    dock    utui'lt
buill ill  Alalia.
A typical part of the foreshore
'of the north side of BtUXtld la
let is chosen as the site. The 11
fathom line is within *>*-, leet m
the 5 iatliom line and the laPer
the same distance Irom low m.i
i'ter spring tide. The bottom
shelves so rapidly that very
little work is required outside
Ithe dock entrance. The silt is
praetkall) bee inun ctrratts,
the siight eddy current beiig
negligible, nnd lhe formation is
mud and sand overlying hard
pan and soit rock.
Thc lollowing ure lhe principal sues, etc. ol the dock;
Length 111 clear, large dock,
boo feel; length ill clear, small
dock, 350 leet; lotal length, 975
leet; depth over sill, HtW.S.I.,
ib leel; width oi entrance, yt>
leet; width ol doik at tope, 128
(eel; width ol dock lloor to cope
4: leet; lloor ol doik liclnii sill,
3 feet b inihes; width ol i.usmuis
i) iiichis, sutii.n.il area "i .lis
charge culvert, I56 square lut;
sectional area ot draining culvert small doik, 54 square leel;
seillolial alia of Idling divert
cull, ,S) square leel; lap.ulty oi
large doik, .',4lq,2oo cubit leel;
capacity ot small doik, 1,411,-
200 cubic leel; capacity ol t.iis-
s.ui chamber, Ka^oo ctbfa East;
total capacity, 3,916,800 cubit
feet. To empty iu 1', hums,
quantity lo In- Damped per minute, large dock, 16,-880 tui'.iii
(eel, small doik, 1,1680 tubii
liil, Imlil,   H,,S.'o illlui  leet.
Keel blinks --paced  |ll   Mil*.
unties. Klcillli iiaii, , 1 tf
stalls and hauling gear Ala
iliine simp,  ollms ami ii.imin
clues.     Klutllialli  .Inun mil
rilllgal pumps slillal.li   housed.
Tile   isllliialul   COM    ol   i"ii
stnuiiiiii ..I the ..niii portions
of the lod slu un Is ^875,000
The iollipallM.il ol ii,sl, main
tcli.inic insl and lile of ,1 gi.,,
illg doik "iiii tli.it .'I ,1 pi.ul 1
or floating ilmk of equal iap.1-
city is us lolloit s
Craving dock. Cosl of construction, 9873,000; iiiaintin-
,inu, ItlSOj -unking u.-*i.gii*,it
11   pumping  otpease;   miallei
stall, lllc, lllias.tltaillul.
l-'liuiing dock.* Cost ol construction, J 1,250,1 h io; inainliii
ance, $l2,.S.m, iu.iking ensl,
smaller pumping UtpetM; large!
stall; life, p. in u yean,
The aboic 1-.t11n.at' ..I llie mst
ol a floating dock dOM imt include  preparation   ot   lhe   Mii,
moorings ami ihon coaacctlons,
Tin- inailnno simp mils! 11ms-
surily lie some distance Irmn lhe
dock.
There is a smaller risk ..I a.
lident in lhe CM ol ,1 gt.mng
dock, whctlici  l" doik, ship ..r
workmen.
Any woik possible in .1 ilu.,t-
ing dock can bv carried out in a
paving dock, and also work
which could not well la- carried
out iu a floating dock, i.e., ship
lengthening. lu some rcp.uis
the ship musl be kept truly
plumb, u rather dillicult mailer
wilh a floating dock.
CHURCH SI.KVICT.S
St. .1 uini Un- Evangelist, 7th
and Ijth streets:—
Holy uiiuiiiunioii IS a.m.;
morning prayer 11 a.m.; evening prayer 7.10 p.m.    On  the
lirsl .Sunday in lhe month ihere
will Ih a seioiid celebration oi
the holy communion at li ,1 111.
Hector: Kev. Hugh Hooper.
Senilis al Sl. Clement's hall
I.11111 V.illei Mm ning piaui
II a.m.; evening prayer 7 p.m.
1'inst in-ihurgc. Kn. II. H.
Gillies.
St. Andrew's I'risl.iteii.ui
ihuiili, Mil street:—
Sereins ai 11 .1 in. and 7.30
p.m. Sundav sihool I.30 p 111.
S. lilu al Hood] 1 ilie sihool at
7. in p 111. Prayer meeting mi
Wedliisil.il at I o'clock, I'astor;    Kev. J. I). Cillain, .MA.
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY
Facts are its Argument
Alelh.i.lisl  ihuiili, iniiii't    11Ii
■iiul Sl    C.eiilgi's aienUl-:-
Serviies ti   11   .1 III   and 7 lo
p 111      Sun.I,n  sihool .'. in p m
Sunday  sii 1 al  Alii.idiillle at
: 11 a.m. Prayei muting U..I
tsadty «i 7 to p.m. Ptstot
Kn   11 11  Balderston, HA
I.lllll   Valid   lllslllule Hall:—
Su 1 ins iieii  S111ul.il   morning at 11. .md inning at 7 p.m.
KoTth  V.nm.mer C. itin iiii   III
.llall Mission:—
Sunday   Si runs   .Mass   at   9
a in   Sunday siliiml al 1 to p m.
Hun.Ii. Hull nt 1 p.m.    Paatoi
Iff, lv l'ell.nili, (IAI I.V.G.
llaphst  Ihuiili   COT,   Sill   and
St. George:—
Dr M  S Un sum. lorimrli 1
mining operttoi al Roealtad on
I I.nge stale, and now of San
Diego, t,il , uas a usitor in ihe
.m mi Alondav, having tome up
ii.,iii Beattie, uini.  In  was   in
all. II.I,iliu   al   the ixposition.
Don't you know C. k R,?
A la,mill of Hurrard Inlet 11 as
developed by the Canadian Pad-
Be railway, with result of large
customs revenue to Canada. Tin
national government uow* assists lm.iik ulli development ol
the remaining greater part oi
lhe harbor.
The centre and nucleus ol
greater Hurrard is North Vancouver City.
Twenty miles waterlrontuge
ai.uiai.I. ior industries, shipping and railroad bases.
Kerry system just bought up
In iitv to hasten 1 Hi. nnt and
increased service.
Two railroads to Norlh Vancouver authorised in Canadian
1 parliament.
I   Canadian I'arliameni has , ..1
ed J2oo,ooo, also $6,400 per 111 ilu
for bridging the Inlet and   MM*
in 1 ting North Valiiouver   11 ith
Vancouver.
Kailrond's bridge plans arc
approved by dominion   govern*
lllclil, and I...lh loads have |M-
lllisslon to use same bridge.
Canadian l'acilic KailroaJ is
now negotiating with un I.,,
Icrryage ol Us tars lo North
Vancouver, also for sli.nu,in-
base lol Handler ol ears lo ll.e
tracks ol existing clu 111,
way.
The   plospul    Is   llial    North
Vain outer will tsi.ipt ine iin
railroad slagi i.l iMsluiu', „i d
thai tall}  opining ol lis
inn* railwa] mil man   rapid
detclopiiiiiii oi Industries   and
purl,     .lust as llu 111.iim  luml.
Pacific railway mats tin doubling oi populated tan.1.1.., n
the bridging ol Hmi.n.i Iulet
means  a   set olid   Vulimlltil    oll
the north shoie >>i tin harbor,
wilh rcpctiiion ol \ .111...inn's
history, pull.ips more rapidly
than in llu lirst liisl.iint, as lhe
provinci has tow mon pbpnla
lion lm niiv lilies I.. >li.ui Inun
Tlu-   history   ol   \ aim.in. is
real   estate   siiliiinari-ul   111   a
lenience is that the assessed ial
in ol lhe whole uly is now
twenty limes what it wai a*
bout twenty years ago. Van-
it.uur's brsl-iate resideiite lols
now lvalue mole lhau IWiuli
limes ihni pike Hunt) yeals
ago. Considering that loiali-
Ues thalige, ll is doubllul wkc-
thei any pfOpHty is more sure
ol lull ratio ot increase than
first-rate tcsidtinc ground proud. .1  ihe locality is protei ted
ag.ulisl ilt'ptetlalloU.
Tin gland boiileiard ol North
Vamouver is llic third avenue ol
Iln iioll.l and Uie blo.iilest ol
any uly on this toiitiiient.     It
la dedicated to imUmm ami ll
protected  fM  iwciiiy yean s-
galll I ilipiiuallle sll IKllll's
I'.u 11 Inu* iiliiie lhe plelhora ol
oppollllllltlis is the quandary ol
investors, the grand boulevard
is tin 1 try bull's eye oi musl
nu 111 111 north Vain.>uur ih.
in,irk ai arhkh Investaanl aim-.,
haling certainty ol quality ud
learning certainty oi large in-
1 ii .ist 111 value.
Plans, price lists and other information enn Ik- had from the
North Vancouver Land i* Improvement Co. Ltd. Lty.
Mahon, Mcfarland & Mahon, Ltd., Official 4<qrnt»
CORMR PENDER AUD 8ETM0UR STREETS, VANCOUVER, ll. C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
The annual reporl ui the mln
istcr ol finance is to hand, with
respect lo unclaimed balances,
etc., in the chartered banks ol
Cin,i.In, in respcii to niinii, no
transactions have taken place,
or upmi which no intereit hai
been paid lor live years and up*
wauls prior lo December ,tisi
1908, Ilns repoi 1 covers seven
hundred largi pages in all, and
is ocular demonstration oi the
aiiiieiu  maxim   "Many   littles
make  llie UlUckle."      Tlie  total
amount oi unclaimed balances is
{556,262.11, wlinli is distri bu 1 a
,is ii.il.aiis throughout ilu res
pCCtivi ill,lillle.I banks:
Bank ..I Montreal  103,204.65
11. oi Netv Brunswick   11,299.75
IJuilue Hank   17,J89.79
B. oi Nova Scotia   . 18,017.75
Saint Stephens Hank 	
Hank ol 11.N.A  37,4'3 -'-
Hank ol Toronto  2,641 ,
Molson's Hank      10,158.52
Eaat. Townships B. 9,067.20
Union H. ol Halifax
H.tlique X,iliu 11,ile
Merchants H. ol C. ..
Haliqlle I'l'o. (Ill Call.
Union B, oi Canada
Canadian 1). oi Com.   53,343.47
Koi al B, ..1 l .111.nia      1,, 1 (0,09
Dominion Bank        3,217,14
Hank oi Hamilton ...   43,538.42
Standard H. ol Canada .1
BanqUS de S. .lean ... laa.1 1
Bniiquc d'Hochelaga      5, i*. 1 67
B, tie S. Hyacinthe ..
H.mk oi Ottawa	
Imperial H. ol Can...
Western B, ol Canada
Traders H. oi Can ids
.Sovereign B, oi Can,
Metropolitan Hank
Montreal uu and district
Savings Hank    ... 111,676.52
Caissc d'bconomii di Notre
Dame de ijuel.ee     20,914.30
VAI.II-. OF l'AKKS
Aid. SiluiU/ brought mu Un
value oi 1 ivie parka tram 1 nea
point ol litiv and with renewed
emphasis, al uiiiinil meeting,
Monday evening, by telling his
brother aldermen whal he  had
learned ol llie   action   recently
3,685.08
16,028.29
26,548.11
1,206.45
15,512.41
1,139 -1
5i475-3i
10,682.05
260.18
I....H 86
25.52
taken by the city oi Madison,
\\isiniisin, iu investigating this
Important matter,    The steps
taken were 11s lollows:
Some oi the citiieni ol Midi
ion, complained ■ lew months
ago that the city wai spending
too much money for parks and
playgrounds, and the council
appointed a committee to investigate the question as to hou
much the assessed value ol pro-
pull within the city limits has
been iin leased by these improvements during the last it. icais
The investigation was one ol
the molt lli.nough ill the km.I
ever in.ule, ami the committee'i
opinion is that Irom to to  13
per unl ol the increase in property  tallies  illllllll  lhe  pel m.l
mentioned w.is due to the establishment   ol   parks,   drives,
playgrounds and open ipaces,
Iiui the committee was able
la. show the value of parks as
aii Investment in 1 more Impressive way, The total increase ia
propert] valuei since 1893 was
$12,239,879,     The part ol this
due tii parks, at U1, per cent.
wonld be (1,539,984. Dn ilu-
basis ol the I908 tax rate   this
part ni the increase yields   ihe
iitv an Income oi |>3,8l4 annually.
The annual tosl of lhe parks,
including intereit on investment
appropriations for maintenance
ami salary ol laadtcapi architect, is (13,707, Tht lell ue llie
1 Ui   lias ,111  annual  income due
in ihe parks, ..ui .unl above the
expenditure on their account, ..l
(10,107. Th* dtj is making
considerable money oul of ils
TENDERS WANTED
TENDERS ire Invited by the under*
lignttl, Dp I" 1 11 "ii Iridnv, July iiOtli,
1900, for (lit privili't-t. ..I laslstSMdiif 1
Iruil buin.l.aii Ilic lerry .learner Bt,
(1.*. rue nnil also |..r a site (or a Iruit
sluiial *n tin* lan.liii*.' i.f llie Nurlli Van*
couver Citj* Ferriet, United, sl Vain-mi*
i.T.     I'urties len.leriin.'uill .tale pri,,•
par month ap to Rtptember 10th, Mtj
im i.t October, 1900 to Mirth Sl,
IHlli. nn*l ir..in April Ist, llllll, Iii Sep-
[ember 80th, 1910. Plan i.f anv nrono—I
itruetun musl Li- approval bj iln Man*
mm.
BlghMl ,*r 11 lit tainlt-r nut iieeisiarilv
accepted.  Decnpstioa ghren un August
lit, I	
T. tf, HEARD,
ICuigM
Na.rlli Viin.'.i.ni'r I'ity  Kerrii-*, l.nnil...l
parka.
This is typical ol the' experience that many oilier cities are
enjoying. It is the soundness a.l
lhe investment that has led
Kansas City to spend Jio,oihi,-
000 ior parks anil boiijevarils.
Al   the same time the  people
get Inestimable benefits Irom
the Improvements in the line ol
things that make life worth living, including wholesome enjov-
luent    and    the   promotion   ol
health.
The IIInliso 11 committal lound
that   as  public  improvements
progressed citizens taught the
spirit nl the work ami did an
muiii again in licaiitiiving their
inin grounds and in plaining
treei along the Irontagi of their
property.
m\o ti itio.\ m
mm \,\m\m
MM, WAKMINCTON, fur •,.„„■ yean
resilient in Pari* and lierniiiny.
hn opened i ilsdln, 114 Upper
Keith Bold, furlhtsleacliiniiof
Piaiiu, and the Froiirh aid tier-
man languages.
A. FARRO
General Contractor
1 .u.l I'leiiriii*., ItUDip antl Kock
lllaating. Kuril out near In.intra.
All damages 11111.I1' guiaal
K M 1' I. t > Y M K N T     A fl It N C Y
and nt.. WmI uf L,,aia*>il„I*
I' tl   llio at
Water Motor for Sale
Ofltn tn wtnted for »
powerful Water Motor tnd 1
certain  tmoanl  of piping.
Stmt may bt impacted al
the ofBee of—
THE EXPRE88
ALEXANDER &
MACNAGHTEN
Real Estate Brokers, Financial and Insurance Agents
WE HAVE
$50,000  TO  LEND
ON EIR&T MORTGAGE
121 Lonsdale Ave.
Builders and
Contractor*
P. LARSON is   prepared to
supply
Lime, Brick,
Sand, Cement
And all  kinds of Building
Material inqutnUtittto iui!
and at reasonable prices.
—API'I.Y—
HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER
TELEPHONE No. 2,
Choicest Cut
FLOWERS
in t,a« 11 nrlaaiM'.i prlM
I live una trial lur
FUNERAL DESIGNS or
WEDDINO BOUQUETS
607 Nasiinqs M., West
Mill
Wood
f OR SALE
50c a
Load
Vou can take as large a loa<
as you like for
50 centi.
Send your own teams.
ill 111 11 Of I
17th Street, lorth Vancouver
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l-'or tin- bett Subdividing
Property in '
Lynn Vallei)
see
MAY&BURNS
REAL ESTATE AND
FINANCIAL AGENTS
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Reduce Your Hardware Bills
Hain't l.iiv lilin.Ilv. If ■*.• .;in ami nn- willi ii*; lu tiavt you
money on yunr hnr.lnan* il it to yunr ii.ltunlani* lo nllnw ue to
do 10. We are in a petition tn«ell yuu lilt lie.t hardware
•iippliui ol every dcK-rip'inn nl llu- Ion cat prirei anil no matter
whut yuur r* a-uiri-menl-i »rt-.
WC II    UO  IT " >""" le,V1' y,mr "r,,,'r" "'t'1 ""
We compete i-iri-cnafiilly in lhe open marki'I willi tliu lii(ne»t
hardware concern, iu llrili.li Colombia. We MCail ur.lerit
(lull uthoraciin't lunch. Why',' BMWM we huy direct fri.m
Il.i* nimiiidii iur,T« in many (MM; TC huy jii.li.'iniisly all nl
tilt, time, we pay caah lur uur ftO&t, un.l "iir expen«e»are low.
Pill our a'liililil to tin- teat, we'll (ate tun unmet*.
ilORTII MONfll IIIIW1U OMPIIT, Ltd.
104 Biplaaata      -Next to 1'dsi oiTict- l'lione No. 88
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NORTH VANCOUVER
THE CITY OF
NORTH VANCOUVER
11 ,m Ideal Sunny Sl"|'i lot Houae
WR
II,is iii.iiinl.iiut ..I rim Water
u mi iln Pineal II*ui...1 n. tin World
11.1. tin iiunl largi 1 Boulevard it Um World
Hu 1 'iiitfii Wlreleai Btal
ila*. excellent Sii Is. |.u  a ..u.l privati
ll.,'. .1 largi .m.i nl I'ui.li- Parki
lias .1 l'u 1 i.ii.   I i.iii.ii....   *. ".i'i
Has Klutrit I,ie,lit ami Ti-lepb  Sunns ji mod-
I I.lll I.lll*,-,
Ovuis,unl Optratn a Gral rati tttt) Servk-i
Iain's to Tatca ot Improvement!
(iilns an excellent field loi inveitmenl
is 1 Progreeiivc and Progrruing i Itj
lis liiiim is mil aaattred
Its Industries .111 .siil.slanli.il
i
THE DISTRICT OF
NORTH VANCOUVER
Is the mini,-** num. nl Hailiiat   Enterprise
Has iiiisiii|.,issui natural ladlitiei lot lodtutria
Is .1 choice ipbcn lor Um Fntit powei and Floriit
lias mam  ln.iiiliiiii aiiil popular seaside ri-.i.il*.
Tin Tourist, ih. Angler, and the Spoilsman love h
Is beitg i,i|.iilK opened up with j,'"..d roadi and
liiiilj;i'*
lias good Botell ami ix(|iii.sili' sitiiiiy
Has ,111 iMiiisit. Beaboard lm Shipping, and largi
anas 1.1 tide ilats l..j Dry Docka, Wharves, eti
Bat Seymour river, l.ynn creek, Ifoaqnito neck,
il.i. K.11 creek, CapUano Hoot, Biitei creek,
.unl Cyprui 111 ek
'*
lias Croiisi'  Mountain  (4250 leet),   Miiunl  Cri.uii
(5M0 Ifii 1. Tin- I.nnis (6500 Int 1, ami dual
Mountain 1 |,,.n li-ci |
4 \
Has proepeel ol rapid development mi tlie building
ol Seioml Narrows Bridge
THE CITY AND DISTRICT
Will sunn have the Second Narrowa Railway aid
Trtfic Bridgi in plan
This is mil assiirtil in pledget ol aid Irom Um Federal Ud l'i..initial Coil iiiliitlll.s
a
Nm Tiuiisioiiiiiicntal Railwayi an comlag to the
(.'nasi, ami iln*y i.m liml better Terminal taii-
liiits in Nortk Vancouver that any whan dn
oil llli' Coast
The Diiiiiiiiimi Government intendi to build i tew
Dry Doik mi Uic Pacific Coasl.    Thfl tan gel
no better location Ior one than on Um North
Viiiii'oiitii" Tiilc Plata, which have an ana ol
innn acres
Around Railway Terminal! then must be Blevaton
Walehoilses allll nialiv Imlustrits, and iitihave
room for tlitiii
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE "CIVIC COMMITTEE."
t*V*1iN*&NtNWINWiH9 *++**++++/**+/+h^^ THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
626; Janet Oibson, 610; Henry
Morrison, 593; .lean Yeliovnn,
592; Nora Woods, 550.
NOKTIl VANCOUVER MAILS
Governor C. E, Hughes, oi
New York, will bc one of Undistinguished visitors at the A.-
Y.-l'. exposition on New iork
day, Monday, August 2. Iu the
New York building, Ior wimi,
the legislature oi tliat stale appropriated ^120,000, a brilliant
programme will be lieiii.
Monday will also bc Kcnluiia
day and a programme wun ver}
many pleasing leatures, lias been
prepared,
Snohomish county and Evcr-
ell will have a eelebralloli lasting two days ou Tuesday   ami
Wednesday, August 3 ami a- n
is estimated that 15,000 peopk
irom Snohomish eouuiy will lit
iu allctidanee at the lair. The
Everett chain ber oi commerce is
energetically boosting the evelil,
111 the hope ol surpassing the
Tacoma day record.
Tuesday will be Minnesota
day al the exposition, and Governor John A. Johnson will
take part in the programme.
Governor Johnson 1 lined lus
visit to the exposition lo be
presenl on Swedish day on Augusl 31, and on Scandinavian day
on Augusl 2.
The Woodmen oi the Wurld
will hold one oi the largest Ira-
ternal celebrations at the exposition on Tuesday, August 3.
Governor E. F. Nash, oi Mississippi, will be present ou Mississippi day, Augusl j. The
Mississippi citizens 111 Seattle
have organized a club and are
arranging ior a fitting reception.
Wednesday will be Olyinpi.i
day, and also Sheltim day. Hnth
ot these cities are expecting to
send considerable delegations Ui
lhe exposition.
Alaska children's day, Thursday, will be celebrated lit the
Alaskans. A programme in
lhe Arctic brotherhood building
will be B ieatiire oi the tlay.
CheJialis couuly day ou Friday, will be the occasion ior lhc
arrival ol a large delegation oi
the Gray's harbor county citi
/.ens. Chchalis counly has been
one oi the ioreliii-st counties in
joining in the exposition work.
The county has one ol the most
attractive of thc counly buildings and also an excellent IX-
hunt 111 the agricultural building.
Lcwiston, Idaho, will have
Friday at tlie exposition. A
special train has been chartered.
Illinois day will bc celebrated
on Friday, and Saturday will be
Indiana day.
HIGH SCHOOL liXAMS
The lists oi successful candidates at the recent high school
entrance examinatious, show
that out ol a total ol 1017 candidates throughout the province
548, or practically 511 per cent,
passed. The record ol North
Vancouver is very gratiiying, as
out of thirteen candidates, eight
were successful, or over bi per
cent. In the departmental report, North Vancouver is included in Vancouver totals, as candidates irom the local school,
attended at Vancouver, to write
upon the examinations. On
the basis oi the respective municipalities, (rom which candidates were in attendance, North
Vancouver would sland iourth
iu the list. This showing is
highly creditable to the local
schools. The list ol sucusslul
candidates is as follows:
Number of candidates, 13;
passed, 8.      Charles  Lawrence,
729; Walter Hider, 1S73; Margaret Hamilton, 669;  John  Cites,
Mails dose inr despatch as
follows: For Vancouver and
all points, B a.m., Iial] a.m.,
5.15 p.m.; for Lynn creek, 11,15
a.m. Mail Ior Lynn creek after
11.15 om,, should be delivered
at the wicket.
Mails arrive: Vaiuuuver and
all points, 9.10 a.m., 12.45 l'i"-
5.45 p.m. From Lynn creek at
2 p.m.
Mrs. T. S. Nye will leave on
Saturday Ior a visit ol about
time months with relatives in
Kngland.
Royal Standard
and Why it is a
Better Flour
We use selecled wheal liom
the best wheat producing regions oi the Canadian west,
where the sunshine' is long,where
the soil is rich, giving to the
wheat that quality oi gluten
which makes the very finest
Hour.    This is iactor No. 1.
Scienlilic milling which follows lhe wheal slep by slep, selecting only the best and purest
portions ol the wheal grain and
making il mto the most pei led
ila.ui.    This is iactor No. 2.
Care exercised in storage and
marketing, so Ihal ihere is   no
possibility oi deterioration from
the time the Hour leaves our
hands until it reaches you. This
is Iactor No. 3.
Now isn't there a reason why
you should ask for Royal Standard Flour? Aud besides in
every 49th sack there is a num
bered coupon entitling .you to a
chance to win one of ten beauti
ful dinner sets given an ay each
month.
VANCOUVER, II. t
A.J.   HOOD
65   Luttailiil*   Ave.
KXPKKT WAIi'll.M IKER
JEWELLER, ETC.
Wiiti'li..** un.l  t'lii.-k*.  I'lt-aned   »nd
Repaired nl iiinili-rali- prii't-H
All   at.lilt  llli.I.Ill,*,  i
Hankin & Harding
DECORATORS   PAINTERS
PAPErHaNgers
QRAiNERS 4 mARBLers
North Vancouver,   -  B.C.
filial llaart   IM  I ouat.l. Av*
Uppo.it. Iimi ,'. •,..... Stat.
All new houses should be piped for gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure for this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
POWER CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
North Vancoaver
Transfer
Idl IS r. J*< K-rOS
Pn>**rl.t-.r
Cartage, Removals,
Parcel Delivery,
Storage
ON       IMC A«< lNAIII.lt      TERMS
oinfir: 100111 avenue. \m llllllll
Telephone 70.        Night Calls 13.
COAL
COAL
NEW WKU.INGTOS Ooal
dirwt from Ihn iiiiiim.
Placn yunr order- now mil
Mtiuro yunr winter's supply.
Large iliipmenta will arrive
Id a It* dan. Price." right.
Urge supply ..f WOOD
alum, on hand	
P.    LARSON
Hotel North Vancouver
Telephone No. a.
B*K
Look Inr lb'' above trademark,
tin sie.ii nf quality, on your
cereal foods.
We manufacture tlie belt
Rolled Oats
on the market today.
Leave your orders wilh us for
HAV, (iRAIN
AND   CHOI'
Prompt Delivery
Satisfaction (inaranteed
me Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdale  Avenue,
at Ferry  Landing
Jas. Chapman,   local mananer.
Cakes, Pastry, Coiilt-ctiiuiery
Hint Materiili
lliilrliinirs and Iain
ili Lonsdale Avenue
PALACE
HOTEL
K.uis
N.V. Fish Market
All kiiulsi.f Fresh Fish delivered daily
Poultry, K'u*. and VeueUbli
S kcil Ki-h a specialty.
UK. and \ egetablea.
Our Him ia lo pleasu our custniiieri
to good, uml prices
Cor. Lonsdale Ave. & 8th street
Phone 84
up.
Itm-
regular
REDA&ANDRUSS
Sbcomd Stui 1,
PROPRIETORS
-   -   NOKTH   VANCOUVER, B. C.
VANCOUVER BUSINESS DIRECTORY
AOCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN 9 CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
Cltjr Auditors
North Vw rou ve 1
{l6 Fiadtr strut
KENDALL,  SEWELL » CO.
Chartered Accountaatt aad
Aaditon
Vancouver, B. C.
Victoria, B. C.
Seattle, Wash.
Phoae 1913       P.O. Drawer 765
ARCHITECTS
E.STANLEY M1TT0N.M.I.C.A
ARCHITECT
619 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AUCTiONiERS
A, M. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
66 Hastings street west
11 ike oal/ auctioneer who will
pay spot cash belore the sale is
conducted
•ARRlbTtHb
F. C. SAUNDERS	
Barriiter, Solicitor, Notary
Public. Member ol the bars
oi British Colombia aad Uuc
bee. Room 9 Empire Buildup, 603 Hastiagi it. weit.
Vaneoaver, B.C.    Phoae 4166
GROCERS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries end Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
OYEINQ AND CLIANINO
The only place in B. C. where
work is done entirely lo customer's satisfaction.
PERTH STEAM DYKING I
CLEANING WORKS. A. Iulii
Proprietor. Phone 756. Club
rates a ipecialty. 563 Seymour.
EMPLOYMINTAOENCY
LADIES' HAIRORESSING
lifcrii'Lt..lr..V> Toi ll.l..-  ,.1 ili,-
laast vtumumiiaiiip nm* be otxala 111
Muilnint lliiiiipliriy », u,.uii. bj Kitsch
itrliaie. StaeW line ul pulls anil
mi lichen mil boon tli** llu- ni*,*k, olil
ami inspect. Alan Un- luie.-i ili'in-in-111
buck cuuil.s, Hair Uru. im uio aim
llarriilc.-. If your Intir 1* faded Md
lurning grey, uv Mart I. QoMmai'l
Hair Henlorcr, 111 lour Uift. r.ul shades
l-.KJlitian Ut'aiily Rung) l.,r |*..l>* | pie,
a most uaturul Hindi, cai-uui i- *i,*Ua I*
i'il. Hair liyeing antl llloutil,mg l.y BS-
|,.rle. Kauai Alas.agt', llaiMresmug,
.-lianipooiiig, .Uaini iiriiiu an. 1 I.l.i ir,,l-*
all lur Ilic- reiiiutal ul eupniili.ui.. l.uir.
tvarl*. and luolt-s al
MAOA.UI. IIL.MPIIM.VS
Ohll liraiivilli- Mn   1
UPllCiANb
MUSIC
Prof. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Km mis 3 and 4 Elks' Hal':, Cor.
Kobson and  Granville  Streets.
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
l'ROF. GEO. COWAN, Expert
teacher oi Violin, Mandolin,
Banjo, Auioliarp, Zither, will
give iw cut) private lessons
tor I7. tui ilui inior-nation
at Cowan's up-io-date Music
Store, 608 Westminster ave.
M. W
Phone 463
WA1TT k CO., LTD.
558 Granvilli Street
Pianos — Talking Machines —
Music Goods
The oldest music house in B. C.
RbAL fcSTATI
Keep your eye on
BAST   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS ; a
I'..1 particulars apply to
MORDEN tk THORNTON
1'houe 615      440 Homer Street
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduat* Opticiau
All work guaranteed
Consultation Im
49 Hastings street weit
Opp. Canierapboue Uieaiic
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Roomi 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Street
Phoae 996
8. D. Sehalti C. S. Arnold
BATHS
Phone 37
Artistic Designs Sound Workmanship
Moderate Prices
LAW & KNOWLES
P.O. Box 26
Al«'II1TKI IS   AM)    BUILOIRi
We Can Design and We Can Build
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Kailethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sts.
The only ap-to-date aad reliable bath kouie in British Colum bia-
We care where otheri (ail.
Satisfaction guarantied or ao
pay. Plaia baths, electric baths,
shower baths, manage for body, scalp aad face; electro therapeutic baths a ipecialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduate ol Berlin, Germaay
l,MOTOliHA*-HcR*»
MATTEL'S  STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHERS -
lorkaSUire ouitrauiet -
MUM (orjiurdiiou LU,
440 Sc)Uiuur Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
URE 1NSURAM.E
121 Hastings Street Wesl,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Tht best equipped studio uu lhe _. Ken Huulgati - -
coait. l'uoue iiib .
Manager
MtbTAUHANlS
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STI UIU
Family Group Specialists
Cabinet M/.c, >j per du/iu
'   All .Will
eai at
V ancouver   people
Cor. Can all and Cuiduva sis.
A. SAVARD, Proprietor
picture i-haminc,
LEONARD'S
hiuici 1-lack Block or Hastings street, opposite tin aiw
POSt Ollice. Leouaid nlli his
Ua by lhe pound.
inkAlhbb
POR    SALE
The best thing in sub-divisions aro our half-acre blocks near the Keith Road car
line at $-313 each, 1-5 cash, balance IH monthly jmynicnls.
Each Hlock could be subdivided into  fmir good  building lots.
Martinson & Co.
Real   Estate   and
iMHuniiKv  HroUcrw
PICTURE FRAMING naii.inal hikaiki-.
We  have  the  lalgesl  slock   ol  .ikaiauicai    Upela,    Wuutvllle
mouldings 111 B.C. 10 select Irom and Drama
so when you waul liaunng doue riugi.tui changed tvciy Monday
cheap aud well get oui  pines.       Ajg mi m me house loc.
BAILEY BkOi. CO. LID., fjt HsbUm Btreet West,
ausinissa coLiaais
SPR0TT-5HAW
Business Institute
336 Hastisgs St. W.
Cinala'a Qreatoal WesUrn Sehael
R. J. Sprott, B.A., -- Maaager
PITMAN'S (Willis
Smirr Ihr HighcKt Paid I'liiiliiiiK
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Pitwaa'i Buiineai College,
6(1 AM 6)6 Stymnnr Street,
VANCOUVER, B.
C.
540 Granville and 138 Cordova
VAM-UUlik, 11. C.
READY MAUt HOUSLb
vVAIonMAKAdHa
THE STANDARD JIOUSE
BUILDING & CONTkACTING
COMPANY LIMITED
688 Carrall Street
The B. C. Mills
Timber and Trading Co.'s
Patented Sectional Buildings.
I'.nglisl. practical watehmaiei,
hitablishcd iB8y
Specially,   rcpauini
WDODKOOFE,
)ll Carrall Street
JOB l'KINTINC.
For all kinds ol job priatiof,
|ili(.nr No. Hu Ni nlli V, iim mn 1.
THE EXPRESS OFFICE
DIRECTIVE A&ENCIIS
i hi.nli,in Di it 11 in* Bureau:—
Ollices everywhere
l.n.a.iiM.r lll!,a*,*       ■ l.iii).ir.- Blu'k
.aii 11...tmn- .1 west,        I'll, .in- 'iitb
u \i welsh
General Superintendent THE KXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Ill
Continued Irom I'age Six
cation bring! up an Important
question ui law, and il coun •< I
lur the railwaj companj ii
right about it, it may as well
be tll.spusul ul al oliu,  HO  llial
U ihe view ue taki is erroneous
wi can be put right imln.ni de-
lay.
ilus application ailecti luls
125 io 144 in block i", and lots
41, -ji and -ji in 'block y, ui the
lludsull ll.l)   leselli.      No* 1   Hi
reference tu ilie lirst eerii
lulS   111   blink   10,   ll   leClllI   bllaala
ilus application aai launched,
build hde slips were taken 111 ol
der lu uncertain the value
property, su lhat lhe railwa)
compan)   unjjiii   oblain   litlt
Hum the uu in is.    Those   pro
ceedingi wen ou loot, and it
dots llul appeal lu lis to be a
It ise llllllg   lul    IU   lo   nihil. 11
with those proceedingi,and with
reipect iu Uie lot* in i-iink io,
the application must b. reiused.
'llie situation ls quite dllkTeUI
with reipect iu the three loll iu
blutk -j.   i'lus plan h.is been n
gutered  upon   these  loti  now
since, 1 llllllk 11 uas said,
Ur, Newell;    I'he 20th ol Ua)
Iluii, Ur, Ualbee; lyj, it is
said, ami suite February, or
thereabout!, in 1907, apparentl)
uu steps have been laken to ue
gotiate wiih the owneri oi theie
three luts and lia the price thai
slluuld lie paid   by    lile   l.illtiai
compan) ii]iun taking title ii.nii
lllc ull lliis.
1 du iiul know win slepi twu
uui laken lo al blU.ile 11 ah io*
pect 10 ihe land iu block
the same uuk ai proceedings
Wele lakili wilh It.-pnl   to llii
luts 111 block io. ll.uw in, uii
fact is that in. sups have been
taken, and lhat dui mj; ihe past
iuiii yean a cloud hai ii.*u<! up
Oil  these lands by   the njjlslla
llaill   Ol    tills   pi,Ul.
NOW,   the  statute  limit!    tin
ti.niptiis.iiion lu bi fixed in iln
event ol thc partiei biinjj un
able to agree, and confines  the]
arbitrators,  upon   arbitration, I
lu the -value ul the laud at the
dale oi the registration ol   till
plan.
li is contended by counsel lur
the railway company thai, under the siaiuie authorixing the
...iia unction ul the railway, the |
r,uiu ay compan) has a right iu
regiitei plans upon lhe lands ul
pin,iu individual!, tie ihem up
ilui ing    lhe    whole   lllc  ul   lllc
charter   without   taking auy
sups to acqtUR title, and when
sups are taken, then the landowner is limited ia compenia-
tiun tu ihe value ul lhe lauds at
the dale ol lllc filing ul Ule
plans.
1 do nul mult island lhat to be
ihe law . ll it is, the .sooner it
is lulllld OUt tO be lllc law   the
better (or all concerned.
1 ihiuk ihai, under the ruil-
iiai act, wlnn ihe board has
granted lhe ordei permitting registration, 01 approving ot the
plan, ihiiiby permitting u to
be registered, llial then is deal
authority, undei' ihe amended
icction 2-1 oi the aci ul lait year
uliuh givei the board power to
review, rescind, change, alter or
ial)  all)  uldel uiaile liy It.
•Nun then was an order made
b) Uas board approving ui the
lucalion ul ilus line through
these three Iota, it seems to
nu, 11 lhc language ul the set
Uun means anything, il means
that ilns board may review thai
order,   may   reacind  it,   ma]
change   it,   or   may   alter  and
1,ill  ll, and the cullclusiun   We
come to is that it will do equity
between tins, partiei io van
that uidei by rescinding the
portion oi it which located or
approved ul lhe line uf location
through Ihese lols 41, yi alld yJ;
and that will be the older ol Un
boanl.
ll, un the other hand, Ua* railwai company is willing to let
the compeniation proceeding! go
ahead, upon the basis ol tin preient value, ll lhat course Is a-
greed to, no order teed  issue.
ll, h'.tii ui,  thai ionise is mil
agreed to, an order tvill go eai
nng the former ordei bj cat
celling the location through the
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II AIL Fll Y B A R L Y
SALE
On Saturday We commence our half yearly sale ol
special clearing lines, in Fancy white Muslins, Blouses,Corsets, Gluvs, Hosiery, Whitewear, Ribbons, etc. The prices
on all su lines will be substantially reduced so as to insure a speedy clearance.
13c Ladies cotton vests, sale price      IOC
I,adics cotloii vests, sale price        i-'.'A'
Joe Ladies cotton vests, sale price      15c
Girls' hair ribbons, regular 20c yard, sale price 2 yards 25c
Ladies cuiset cuvers, regular 35c aiid 45c, sale price 25c
Ladies silk bells, regular pi ice 30c, sale price  15c
tutu's Balbriggan underwear, regular 50c garment, 40c
i'.i m's socks, black and colored, sale price 10c and 1-1,
l.iiit's celnlar underwear, regular B5C per garment 6oc
J. J. McALEECE
KEITH BLOCK
LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE t»
Cleared Lots
In Block 33A, D.L. 330
These lots are all on gradedstreets. In fine neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Prices $600 to $200
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S.GINTZBURGER
LIMITED
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
I IS Cordova Street, Vancouver, ft. C
I-. 0. mix m.
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS      MOULDINGS      BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR PACI0RY, foot of St. George
Wu gnlii'ii 1 trinl I,i.l M v..or llrilum 11111111 at Ih.v
DR.  MORRISON
Dentist
It*.a,* aa
g a.m. log pi
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ill. North *r»a*o«*iia*a.r
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Comer lonidale Ac .in,/ Scon,/ Slice!
Th.'i.. It'  oii.i .1: 2
L.is l have indicated.
I \Ni \  IND STAPLE GROCERIES
.j.    Lot al nnd Poreif! Fruits
I'la sh ,iii,| 1 a-.   Eggs
i'ln.u, 1 roenerjf Buttei always oa lund
Lamp liooils, Qlaeevara
Croekerywirt, Brushes, Broomi, etc., etc
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vSilverware
Given
Away
AS PREMIUMS TO (AMI PURCHASERS Al
McMillans
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NRY EVES it* CO.
The GENUINE North Vancoaver Specialists
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As Sole Agents in North Vancouver for the
COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO. LTD.,
London, England.     asslts excllding $a(-,ooo,ooo
We Would Ask You
I,—«Ai a business nan, it your ttook or are your premises insured? If nol
how iln vmi preserve your ondil'.'
•J —If you havi-a Inline ami a merry family, hare you insured iimi bouse?
If not, in ease uf iiie how an- ymi going to replace your treasures, nol
to ipeali nf your hone?
Havi you a wife and family to support T If so, are you insured against
ACCIDENT ur SICKNESS! If nol ymi are culpably negligent. In
justice attend to it at onoe,
Wi- writs our policies with
Ihr Commercial Union Awn -im:e Co., Limited, London, I inil.mil
Winch Company guarantees au,v policies we write on
fire, Life, Accident, Plate Glass, Employers
Liability or any other legitimate risk
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NOTE ADDRESS-67 and 69 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver,
Phone 6
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