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Array VICTOR P°
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VOLUME
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C„ FRIDAY, AUGUST 21. 1908.
NUMBER 27
CITY COUNCIL
A confusion of dates as Iietween
the advertisement, which read
August 17ill, and the typewritten
notices, which read the iHth, necessitated lhe postponement ol the
court of revision on the Eighth
street improvements, which was to
have lieen held Monday evening.
The court of tevision will he held
on Monthly, 24th inst.
Aid. May, Irwin, Crickmay,
Wheeler, Smith and Braim were
present at the council meeting,
with Mayor Kealy in the chair.
Thomas Deasey, president of
the 11. C. association of fire chiefs,
wrote, inviting the mayor and aldermen 10 attend the annual con
\ inl mn <d the association, lo In*
held in New Westminster on Sep-
t,mini -irttii 10 jolli; cleik to acknowledge.
A belated invitation was read
from lhe sii rt'l.iry of the New
Westminstei citizens couiniittee,
inviting the mayor and aldermen
lo the reception to the returning
lacrosse club: clerk to acknowledge.
C. A. Lett wrote, calling alien
tion to the unhealthy condition ol
the drain in boat ol his lots on
IJtll Street A. I lark interviewed
lie uuiiiii, with rtference to thi*t|
drain, .M.l. Irmn suggested that
it Mould he well to have these
drains Hushed out periodically; the
beslth u'liiiniiii'i- io act.
I In- niavor read a letter ol
(hanks liom the secretin) ol Ihe
relief fund at Fetuu ; received
The finance coinniitlee.Ald Mai
chairman, recommended the payment of accounts totalling |i 100;
adopted. Hoard ol works, Aid.
Irwin chairman, recommended the
iHvineiit of accounts totalling
II121) 32; adopted. Waterworks
committee, Aid. Smith c'uirnian,
recommended payment ol accounts
totalling (58.31; apopted.
Under reports of committees,
Aid May stated thai the hank had
agreed to accept the deposit (or
sale of 1172,000 in city debentures,
as per the request ol the district
council.
The mayor asked i( the bank
hail agreed to advance any moncv
upon the debentures when deposited. Aid. May replied that no such
arrangement had been mule. The
mayor could nol see how the handing of tlie debentures over to the
bank was going to assist the district in any way in thai case, where
as on the other hand it would be
detrimental to the city, as it would
laddie the situation with certain
conditions, whose lulliluu 111 would
be exacted hy the bank, once the
debentures were in their possession.
Aid. Irwin suggested tint the
city would be prepired to issue
the debentures to the district it
the going rate ol Hy cents, with 111
terest, in payment of outstanding
accounts. Aid. Smith mildly intimated that the diitrict might be
able to succeed 111 selling the debentures to better advantage thin
the city, if they took them on thc
basil suggested. Thc mtyor wai
agreeable to this, provided the district would give 1 cleir receipt lor
the amount represented by the de
bentures it the price turned.
Aid. May was not prepared to
state the district would accept this
proposition. He could not see
that the placing of the debentures
in the hands ol the bank would
prove detrimental to the city, but
it might assist the district in financing their undertakings.
The mayor held otherwise and
could not see how thc icheme
would at all benefit the districi,unless Ihe bank would advince money
on the debentures, which they had
not agreetl to do.
Aid. May strongly contended
that it was the duty ol the city
council to do what they could to
relieve thc situation. The district
had carried the city along in this
matter lor a year or more, much to
their inconvenience, and lhe city
should leel tinder obligation to
take some steps to discharge this
obligation.
Aid. Crickmay was ol opinion
that the matter could not be disposed of at that session and moved
that it be relerred back to the finance committee. Carried.
City Clerk Shepherd read a re
port of the waterworks committee,
recommending that the water service be laid to the house ol A. 11.
Scriven, Lonsdale ave, and J. C.
Keith, bth street, opposite Ottawa
Gardens. With reference to the
unsatisfactory condition ol the
valve at the corner ol iyth street
ami Ridgway ave, the committee
recommended the construction ol
1 cement reservoir, measuring lox
10x20 feet,the cost of which would
be about I500. hirst portion of
report adopted; latter portion referred back for engineer's report
aiul other details.
The special committee with reference to heating the city hall recommended the removal of the
present furnace, which is unsalis
Iai lory, and the installation o( a
coal furnace to heat the entire
building.   Carried.
Aid. Braim called attention to
the bad condition ol the crossings
ol the tramline on Lonidale ive at
3rd, 4th, and 5th streets. The 11.
C. Klectric is to be requested to
repair same.
The city clerk reported the reception of a cheque for $163.40
from the Wallace Shipyards Co.,
in payment ol expenses in connection with the submission of the
Wallace Shipyards bylaw to the
ratepayers. Authority was given
to draw cheques in payment ol the
accounts owing under this head.
Council adjourned.
Horticultural Exhibition
Island; Shamrocks at North Vancouver; Nationals at Thistles.
Oct. 3—Shamrocks at Celtics;
Thistles at Westham Island.
Thanksgiving day- North Vancouver at Westham Island; Nationals at Shamrocks.
Oct. 18—Westminster at Nation-
all.
Octobei 24—First round lor National cup.
Nov. 14—Celtics at New Westminster; Thistles at Shamrocks.
Nov. 21- First round lor 1!. C.
28—Westminster at Sham-
Some special features ol exceptional interest will mark the
ediibition to be luld in the Iimt -
cultural hall on September 5th.
Arrangements are about comple'-
ed with the Htitish Canadian Woe d
Pulp & Paper Co., to instal a plant
for the exhibition of tinm unipl.-li'
process (or the production ol gis,
as a by-product in the manufacture ol paper pulp. The Swayne
Copper Mining Co., will have on
display samples of ore fronr their
mines, to which will he added a
representative collection from the
Lynn-Seymour niiiu-i.il belt. Supt.
Shirpe, of the experimental firm
at Agassiz, with the sanction o(
Or. Saunders, will put on a special exhibit, which will be well
worth inspecting. The agricultural department at Victoria will
probably make a display as well.
The general committee met 011
Tuesday last, when Ihe aliove report was submitted. The resignation ol Geo. J. Phillippo was accepted with regret. C. E. Lawson
was ippointed successor on iln
board.
Committees were appointed as
(ollows: Reception and trauspur-
tation, President A. Smith, Mayor
Keal>, Keeve May, Aid. Ir*. 111.
Coun. Nye, A. B. Diplock, H. J.
Cornish, A. Philip, Win. Morden,
W.H. Bunburv Hill committee,
T S Nye, J. Y McNiught, W.H.
Davidson, li. J. Cornish, I. Snod
grass, C. E Lawson, G II Morden, A. I'lnlp Advertising committee, A Philip,Geo 11 Morden,
C.S* Young, W.C. Green. Maait
committee, T. S. Nye, A. Philip.
Decorating committee, W. N. Lai*
ley, J. Pat kins. Geo. Smith, J.
Pun 1 Hodge.
Asiistant secrctariei were ippointed as lollows : W. N. Lai-
ley, R. Simpson. H. A. Shiw, W.
C. Stone, C.S. Young.
Mrs. Dougill will lie requested
to tike charge nf the ladies' department and to select 1 committee
to ict with her.
Tekihionwike 1 Miss Pauline
Johnson) the talented Mohawk
authoress, will be heird in one ol
lur popular recitltivc entertainments in thc lull on Tuesday next
and atrangemeiits were completed
accordingly.
cup.
Nosj
rocks.
Dec. 5—Celtics at Nationals;
Weitham Island at  Westminstei.
Dec. 12—Senior finals for National cup.
Dec. 19 -North Vancouver at
New Westminster; Westham Island at Shamrocks.
Dec. 25 (Christmas day)--This-
tles at North Vancouver; Shamrocks at New Westminster; Nationals at Celtics.
Dec. 26—North Vancouver at
Shamrocks.
January 1 (New Year's day)—
Celtics at North Vancouver; Thistles at Ni w Westminster; Shamrocks at Nationals.
Jan. ij—Semi-finals for B.C.cup.
Jan. 16—North Vancouver at
Nationals.
tan. 30—Celtics at  Shamrocks,
'eh. 6—New   Westminster   at
Celtics.
Feb. 13—Celtics at Thistles
Feb. 20— Final lor National cup.
Feb. 27—Westminster at Norlli
Vancouver; Thistles at National-.
Mar. 6—Final lor B.C. cup.
March 20-North Vancouver at
Thistles; Shamrocks at Westham
Island.
Mar. 27—International match.
April 3—All Mainland vs all Is
land, at Vancouver.
April to—North Vancouver at
Celtics; Westminster at Westham
Island.
Good 1-nd.u Wi sih.im Island
at Celtics (a.m.): Westham Island
at NorthVancouvertp.nl.); Shamrocks at Thistles; Nationals al
Westminster.
April 17 —international   match.
April 24—Westham Island at
Thistles.
May 1 -International match.
Matclfs between winners ol the
Mainland and Island leagues in
senior, intermediate an J junior division! will be plated between
April 17 ind Miy 1.
Capilano Awakening
Severil developments have combined recently tocsuse 1 considerable increase in the demand foi
Capilano property* It is known
that large purchases ol acreage
were made some lime ago, and the
In lief has taken shape that the
Canadian Northern Railway is the
real purchaser. In fact, it is openly asserted in influential circles
that the western terminals ol th
ine will lie located opposite
Brockton Poinl. The provincial
government survey pari) ii re-surveying the old lines ind the puis
pects ire good lor the expenditure
ol considerable sums oi public
money in the construction of roads
this autumn. 1 he survey party ol
the B. C. Electric Kail way Co. is
now alio 111 the held, 1 mining preliminary lines lor thc tramline up
the canyon, the line lo be in operation next spnng. The district
municipality has a survey party 11
work, on lines lor a marine drive
way lo Eagle Harbor.
Another significant feature is
found in the fact thai the available
offerings of property are almost al
together in small holdings, the
large owners nol being desnous ol
telling it the ptesent time. The
sigm point to gratifying progress
in the near future in Cipiiano district.
Football Schedule
Following ii Ihe sihednh' |iis(
■greed upon in the Vancouver and
Diitrict Assiuiatii.il Football
Leigue. The seison opens on
September 12, it this plice:*—
Sept. is—Nationals st North
Vincouver.
Sept. 19—Thistles it Celtics;
National- it Westham Island.
Sept. 16—Celtic! it  Weithim
Banted. A musical treat was provided those present in a lengthy
and varied programme of vocal and
instrumental music. Several recitations were also contributed.
The articles on sale at the various stalls were ijuickly disposed of
and lhe ladles are to be congratulated upon the success which attended their untiring efforts.
School Opening
The public schools of the city
will open lor the autumn term on
Monday. The school board wiote
the superintendent ol education requesting that an additioi.al week ol
holidays be granted because of the
protracted heat and also because
the seats for the addition to the
ichool have been delayed in tran-
lit. This morning a reply was received by wire with the peremptory directions, "The school must
open on Monday.'' Because ol
the absence of seats for the new
grade antl because of the fact that
the supply ol school books requisitioned from the department
has not yet come to hand, the MB-
sions will be conducted under difficulties, but the only course open
under the circumstances, is to do
the lust that can be done.
New Business Firm
Jack Loutet has severed his connection with the firm of Inkster &
Winl, and has opened a real estate oflice of his own on Lonsdale
avenue above 2nd street. He has
a thorough knowledge of local real
estate which will doubtless prove
of advantage to his clients. WS.
Conipston is associated with him
and In conjunction with the real
estate a general commission business will be carried on. Mr
Conipston has been operating in
thii line in Vancouver fpj some
time, acting as manufacturers'
agent for jute, linen, etc. Various
additional lines will be added for
several o( which arrangements are
practically completed.
LOCAL NEWS
Capilano Tramline
A survey party under the directions ol A.W. McGahen, C.E.,
took th" field on Wednesday lor
the purpose oi runnine the pre
liniinarv lines (or the extension ol
the B. C. Electric Ry. Co., to
Capilano. The party comprising
the engineer and T. R. Solley, C.
A. Walker, W. Black, E. Morrin,
S. McMillan and W. Clark will
make their headquarters at the
Hotel North Vancouver Ior the
present. Engineer MacGahen ac-
lompanied by Reeve May anil W.
II Bunbury went over the ground
in order to locate the genera
direction oi the different lines of
survey preparatory to actual op
eratious. The party will be in tin
field Ior several weeks.
Football Tomorrow
All Nation Social
The "All Nation Social," held
under the auspices oi Ihe Ladies'
Aid Srti i' Iv in St Andrew 1 hun h
Isst night, resulted in a ran <l<
cided success. The church wis
crowded. Rev. J I) (ullan, pastor, presided.
The ladies ol the congregation
presided over beiutilulli decorated
stalls depicting almost every nation
of the world The ladies themselves along with then attendants,
were dressed in costumei clinic
teiiittc oi the   nation they   repr*:-
The football season opens tomorrow when the local club will be
at home to try conclusions in a
it* mils game with the Celtics. As
the result of the game tomorrow is
of no material consequence to the
attainments of the club, the man
agement committee have thought
it advisable to avail themselves of
this opportunity to ascertain the
powers of several new players
whose capabilities with the leather
are not vet known lo the commit-
l' ■ The kick-off is timed Ior 3.30
and admission to the game is Iree.
Ladies are heartily invited to attend.
Public Work in Capilano
A provincial government survey
party in charge of G. II Dawson,
C li, is at work in Capilano tlis
tnet re surveying tin- lands, sohl
at iiiction by the government in
I906, This action is taken at the
ri piest of1 the Capilano Ptopett)
Owners Association, in order that
tlnir holdings may be  more rradi
ll ah tilled        Ni gotiations Willi the
government with regard to tin* 1 Bfl
stint lion ol roads have been pro-
1:0 ssmg favorably and it is anticipated that at the conclusion ol the
survey Irom $10,000 to 120,000
will be expended for this pulp   ■
W001I Pulp ,V Paper Co., to instal
a plant to exhibit the manufacture
antl uses ol gas from pulp wood at
the exhibition in September.
The B. C. Telephone Company
has been crowded lor room (or some
time past, ami has secured the entire ground floor of the office at
present occupied. This will give
commodious quarters for the growing business of the company, under
the energetic management of Manager L. Bruce Hodge.
The local auxiliary ol the W. C.
T.U. is making satisfactory progress with preparations for the elocutionary contest. A lull class oi
contestants Is now assured ind
there is a probability of several
others enteting the lists. The en-
tertainuienl will beheld during the
latter part ol September.
The first signs of the impending
Dominion elections are beginning
to appear. A general meeting of
Ihe North Vancouver Conservative
Club is called for the evening of
Thursday, Aug. 27th, when important matters will be brought forward. The meeting will be held
in the Eagles' hall, Esplanade.
Mr. and Mrs. Simpson, erstwhile residents ol North Vancouver,, who wenl up to Prince Rupert early in the year, have returned to this city to make their home.
ln their estimation the northern
terminus ol the G.T.P. cannot
compare with the southern terminus, on the north shore of Burrard
Inlet.
J. Warren Bell, manager, is having installed a new planer and a
new edger at the mill of the North
Vancouver Lumber Company, on
the Esplanade. Rough lumber for
stock is now being put on the
yard, and with the installation ol
the new machinery the company
will be prepared to provide sized
and dressed stock, etc.
The last issue of the B. C. Gazette contains notice of 1 close
season for all kinds ol grouse.from
August 31st to Sept 30th, 1908.
S. Gintzburger publishei notice of
action against the Railway Passengers Assurance Co.rpany, of London, Eng., to recover the sum of
eight hundred dollars indemnity on
account of an accident sustained.
Chis. M. (ulison and wife, of
Seattle, were fiiiting Alex. Gibson,
Lonsdale ave, for a few diyi during the pait week. Mr. Gibion ii
representitive of the Goodey Picking Co., of Omaha, and he hid not
seen his cousin here for 15 vears.
It was his first viiii to North Vsncouver ind he wu much impreiscd
with the advantages of the city.
The pile driver has begun operation at the Wallace Shipyardi,
Limited. While no ofticiil announcement hai been mide, it il
gathered from unofficial tourcei
that the work being done is preparatory to the construction of
marine ways on 1 lomewlut modified plan from whii wis originally
mti ndi tl. and thai the work will be
prosecuted continuously to completion.
Alex Philip returned this morning from an important busmen
trip to Victoria and he is well
ph used with the results He in*
(1 mewed various cabin, t ministeri
on matter! affecting the districi, a
1. port upon which will be given
thc council tonight Mr. Philip
alio secured a promise Irom the
department ol agriculture to send
up a display ol bottled Iruit for the
^————————_—_—_J     ,  {exhibition   on   the ith.    Victoria
W   Booth,  son of   Ion,   Booth.'        jfi W|„ a||0   m|ke a vcry ftde
the fruit  ami confectionery deal-i  t|uu| ,.x|„|Ml
1 iik Exi'kkss, ti a year.
A large party of society young
people of Vancouver held a dance
in Larson's pavilion, on Saturday
evening.
T. Hutchison has returned from
his trip to Manitolia, more than
ever convinced that this it the only
spot for him.
The Horticultural Society is asking for tenders for the purveying
ol refreshments during the exhibition on Sept. 5.
A very large number of excursionists came over on Sunday last.
Many went up Lynn creek, but
still more up Capilano.
Mr. McAlleece, Vancouver, has
taken the middle store in the Keith
block, and will open a first-class
dry goods establishment.
City Treasurer Wood, by advertisement in this issue, calls atten
tion to the fact that taxes for tyo.1*
are now due and payable.
Arthur Dutton, from the ollice of
Ihe government inspector of
weights and scales, paid an official
I1 visit to the city Thursday.
The city  is  calling  for ten,Ins
for a coal furnace at the city hall.
nders are also asked  for local
improvements on Eighth street.
Band concerts are held here on
Sunday alternoons, on the grounds
of the Hotel North Vancouver
Large crowds are attracted hither
from the city.
Mexander Smith has rented the
office formerly occupied b) J. D.
Woller, on Lonsdale avenue, and
will remove his real estate business
to the new offices.
The Liberal convention, to
choose a candidate for the Domin
ion elections in this riding, will be
held in O'Brien's hall, Vancouver,
on August 25th.
The Dominion government will
erect a lighthouse at the First Narrows of Burrard Inlet It will be
located on this side of the Narrows,
opposite Brockton point.
W. T. Murphy has disposed ol
his stock of men's furnishings,
boots and shoes.etcto Vancouver
parties. The local business has
hr, n discontinued and the stock
taken over to Vancouver.
lt is stated tin Britannia mine,
on Howe Sound, is to be operated
on an enlarged scale. A huge
smelter is also to he erected. The
combined lone at mine and smelter will lip over 2000 men.
An up-to-date millinery cstal
lishment trill shortly he atldul to
Norlli Vam ouver's growing bun
ness houses, Miss Box having
leased the southerly store in thc
Keith block for the purpose.
Contractors Skene & Hammond,
of this city, have closed the contract for the erection of a large
concrete block at Eburne,comprising stores on the ground floor and
living apartments on the next lloor.
A. Grossman, of Vincouver.who
is a large owner of Nortli VaaCOB
ver realty, let the contract tin*
week lm 1 learmi; nine lots in I' L.
273, foul lots on isl Mn el mill.
274, and lifteen acres in D.L  571
A In avi pall ol smoke has In*i 11
banging on t the harbor all week,
due to numerous forest fires on tin
coast. Navigation has In en MflM
what impeded by the smoke and
the log alarms have bet 11 kept go
ing.
ol Lotted at
ly ai ross ll
an,
I kll
cut himself bail
ei ap willi a draw
The annual picnic and lull., rue
The B. C. Electric will spend
.<i, 100,000 in improvements.
knife  on    I uesday last    Several "' lllc ll,llth'rs "•   Vain min-i wai
siii.h.s wu.  taken  m tin wound h'dd on Larson's grounds on Wed-
and it is hi ahng inc. Iv "' *4»J     The ittemlance ran well
, , ,.,  I <>vi r MOO    Over 1500 pounds of
A fin. • p.' IBM 11 Oi japan, se Illy ,,„., „„*   ,„„.,„„   £ ££3 on
■'"'"'■'"■'   fe» ''   ""V/" long   iron   ikewcrs, hung   overs
V'""   '"   7       "",' ""'«>'. >Mth a coke hie a. thc hot*
hlhesal'    ol     III.    ' polled    * am tl     „„„       '|'|,,. nlM, WM,|| di|,ributed
prowl,, .,-. o, iiiireon apl.n  and |()||)(,  cfow(| ^   ^ ^^
■<*•"«■■» " '  _* pn.    The   irnngements  pused
petals will measure at  has.  „„,,* ,.„ „,„„„„, ,11|ch „, ,n). kin(Uhe
""•'"''•■ dance in   the   evening   proving a
The   Horticultural   aahibitioa most enjoyable lunction to the
commit!'t. through Alex. Philip. Iari,e crowd who attended. The
have about completed arrange- Ml. ''leitinl band furnished muiic
ments wilh   the British Canadian during lift diy. THE EXCESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, R, fi,
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North Vancouver, Aug. It, 1908
LYNN-SBYMOUR MINERAL
BELT
The fact is ever becoming more
clearly brought to view that in
Lynn and Seymour valleys, the
city of North Vancouver has, at
her very doors, a district of fabulous richness and of boundless
possibilities ol development and of
wealth production. Thc agricultural value ol the lands will render
them of great moment in the commissariat of the city that is to be,
and the valuable forest areas are
destined to yield their timber to
the enrichment of the province.
But it is from the viewpoint of
the vast mineral resources of the
district that its chief importance
for many years to come is to be
seen. Considering the fact that
the mineral belt at the head of
Lynn creek and Seymour creek is
comparatively so near at hand and
not difficult ol access, it is surpris
ing that much more lias not been
heard concerning it. Those who
are aware of its possibilities have
not been slow, however, to avail
themselves of the opportunities it
offers.
At the present time it is asserted, on thoroughly reliable authority, that there are 30 diferaol properties on Lynn creek upon which
more or lessdevelo|inient has been
done, prominent amongst these
being the properties of the Swayne
Copper Mining Syndicate. The
provincial dcpartim nt of mines recently sent tlieir representative,
Mr. Carmichael, into' Lynn valley,
to maki a report upon its mineral
resources, and while no information was given out, it was under
Stood that In was most favorably
impressed with Ihe showing made
and that his report would be of an
encouraging chatai ter
The country at the head ol Se>
niour creek abounds 111 mineral and
there is a consult rabW pojmlation
in that distnci at present eefagad
in mining opi ratioai, I hen an
many properties upon whii h extensive work has la-en done with
most gratil)ms" i< ill On one
property,comprising 1 event laims,
some 2000 leit ol 1 mm ling has
been done around the top ol tin
mountain. Every t iBBl 1 is in ore,
demonstrating the Iai I (hat tin te
is practically a mountain of ore.
The conditions are limilarl) 111
couraging with laapect to many
other claims. There ajipeurs to he
every reason to conclude that 1
mining community ol large proportions is destined lo be located
at the bead ol the-. 1 tceks.
The district in .;ueition is all
naturally tributary to North Vancouver. At the present tune, because ol the absence of satisfactory
trails along the creeks, supplies
are taken in with put diflculty
and expense, via Howe sound It
is to the interests ol Norlh Van*
couver, as well as of the jiortion of
the district involved, that this un
satisfactory condition ol alfairs be
remedied as soon as possible. The
grades  up   Lynn   antl   Seymour
a moderate expenditure would give
easy access from Burrard Inlet,
making the entire section tributary
to Ihis city, lt is asserted that a
trail suitable for pack trains could
be built for $100 per mile, or a
good wagon road for about $500
per mile.
It is understood that the provincial government has intimated that
it is not prepared to proceed with
construction, as petitioned recently by the city and the district
councils and the board of trade.
The advantages to be derived.bow-
ever, are so desirable and so evidently sufficient to justify the expenditure that if necessary the government should be importuned to
give this matter favorable consideration. The suggestion that an
effort be made to have the party ol
the Dominion geological survey,
now operating at Van Anda, visit
the district in question to make an
exhaustive report upon its resources, is a good one and would
doubtless accomplish a very great
deal towards providing the most
reliable information as to its mineral wealth.
A TTRA CTIVBADl 'li K TI SING
As Rev. Charles Stelzle says.the
human mind is stirred by a change.
It becomes tired of a monotone
and soon becomes drowsy under
its influence. No one method ol
advertising will long continue to
attract attention, no matter how
good it may bc. Even the flashing
of the electric sign soon loses its
effect on the man who becomes familiar with it. Neither should the
advertiser confine himsell to a particular style, excepting as shall be
hereafter designated. In my case
there should be a regular freshness
Of .'i'l**  il
The successful advertisement
speaks in different accents. It
shouts its headlines to attract attention. As the reader conies
nearer, it reduces its tone, and
when he comes close it whispers
its secrets in a voice which appeals
to his heart as well as to his mind
The advertisement which appeals to the largest number ol
senses is the most successful. One
must constantly remember that
people ol every shade ol tempera
ment and disposition arc being ap
pealed to. Therefore, every at
tractile element which can be employed should be enlisted. The
general style of the production.the
character of the type, the color ol
the ink, the quality of the paper,
may produce a combination which
is truly artistic, or il may result in
a job which will drive a man still
further away. Some people may
not be able to tell why they dislike
lhe appearand ol the advertise
ment,but they will plainly indicate
tlnir diiplaawre. It may h' 1
very small matter, but it will be
enough to nullity the ellect ol tin
ellort.
Important, tlnn, is the appear*
ance .>f tbe job thai is put out,
aside liom the quality ol the read
ing matter which it uiiitains. It
always pays to employ a good
pnnur A cheap job is dear at
any price. Itrart l\ pays to get is
tiniates on a job ol printing Find
printer whom you can trust and
tell him what you want. He will
do the job in good style ami you
will get the results—so far as he is
concerned.
SHOES  SHOES  SHOES
SCHOOL OPENING
We ask you to see our stock.   The low priee and
quality will Biirprhre apd plcaae you.
(live North Vanoouver a chance and save money ami
time.   We are practical ■hoenien and nietltlle with
no other trades.
Kvery kind of shoe in (lock for Men. Women and
Children.     10 cents on the dollar MM than BBJ
ailvertineil |iricei.
Agents lor Leckie Boots, Minister,
Myles, Thc Williams'Shoe Co., McCready, OKI Country and The K Hoots.
NOTli
ADDRESS
Repairing
WUUII V* clOIN      Belable f*hoe Store
.Veil ifiKir It, M-iie. u'l tlrirtry Store
Best ol leather and workmanship.    COIL Lonsdale St 2nd
LYNKVAIiEV NEAT UUET
leaaaa Mauesnis, hap.
Full stock ol Kresh ami Cured Meats
and Fish bat, Also Dairy Products
and Fresh Vegetables.
ORIlKKS DBUVXB10 to all pari
u( the valley.
When you intend building
consult
II lit
J. I. FIIIIIIE,
iVi LON'SllAI.K An.
WlMal
lletul njii-e and Mill, Lynn Vreit, K.i.
Branch Office, l,nii>dale .lt*.,Ci**i.
.Vn. N '
nrHI.lt' NOTICK is hereby (liven thut
■ in accordance with the proviainna "I
the Public Health By-Uw, nl the Cilv
ol Norlli Vancouver, the Municipal
Council have contrieli-d with the Medical Health Officer to attend it I In* lily
Hall, Nnrlh Vsncouver, nn lhe Kirst
Monday of each month, at the hour of
11 o'clock in the forenoon, for Ihe ptir-
poae nl vaccinating it thecii-cnn ,,l
lhe city, all |Kior persona; and all others
al their own einrnae,
The father, mother, or person having
the core, nurture, or custody of every
child born in the city, shall, wilhin
three month, alter tlie birth of such
child, take or cause to Ik* taken, the
child, to the Medical Practitioner, in at-
tendance at the alsive »|i|Kiinted placr.
(or the |>urpos<' of being tat.", unite.I: unlet, the child baa been previously lacri*
lintel hy ."iiu* lot-ally qualified Practitioner, nii'l the vaccination duly
certified.
THOMAS SHF,l'IIF.Itl>,
City Clerk.
Nnrlh Vancnuver, B.C.,
'ill, July, \m. 114
A. A. CROWSTON
BROKER
Ann NOTARY PCBI.IC
i-araim in >u 11. baatlMa,
Mmm   Mmm »nj iii.ii.nin.
Iimh.s:   lUrtlv-tKid, Ceil r ami Kir.
Manager (or the Commercial
Protective Society.
Office:—Kikit St., Fl. or [MBBattt,
Pioneer Bakery
between Esplanade t First St.
S. H. Walker,  ■   Proprietor
Fresh Brend daily, 16
loaves for $1; 4 for S60.
Cake, l'astry, etc.
Daily Delivery to All Parts of CKy
PllONF. 8        71 Lonsdale Ave
North YiiiiroimT Hardware
Company, Ltd.
Garden Tools
Iaiwii Mowers
Electrical Firtuns
Plumbintj
Paints and Oils
Builders' llardwurt
"They 411 Trade At Home"
Although people come down the hill
it don't sny they tro to Vancouver to
buy Groceries.     Thev   Never   I'as-s
McMillans
KINGSFORD SMITH & CO.
AUCTIONEERS
FURNITURE
ACCOUNTANTS AUDITORS
GENERAL COMMISSION BROKERS
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
163-167 CORDOVA STREET, VANCOUVER and
Esplanade, North Vancouver
I
I'HOhlM ll UN tl   IMPROVIMINI
T.ikk ndt
' t'or|»irulii
fooi oi lonsdme Ave.       leieonone 58
LIST YOUR
PROPERTY
WITH rs FOR
QUICK SALE
A. SMITH & CO.
JUNCTION   BtOCK
wmm vANcoiviR.
The Cushionet Shoe
FOR WOMEN WITH TENDER FEET
Oxfords for an easy house shoe; turn
soles, low heel and kid top, for real
comfort PRICE $3.50
l.lucher Lace for street wear; extra
heavy turn soles with military heel
and patent tip.
A stvlish, neat and dressy shoe that
gives comfort and wear for $4.50
PYKE'S SHOE STORE
51G Hastings Street
J, W. BALMAIN
CIVIL    I   Ni.lM   I   l<
tjniiiililiy Stirvrynr mnl Arrliilift
ftOBlB  StKUKT, ''ORNIIII  hlNlalHU Av«
NOKTIl  VANCOUVER.
lil III
COAL
COAL
TICK llml tin* Council iif thi
iniml tin* t'ily nl Nurlli Van
IM iiiliii.l. In iiiimlriiit tin*   l.i.'nl
lllllirilll'llll'lll -it lllll ill till'W'lliillllr lip- I
I'l'itriiii; Ih'Iiiiv, mill inlemla lo Mam llu*
lm.i ,.i-l,.■ r u partial thereof, ni.,ii ilie
rt'iil |iru*M*rt\ Icni'lil-"! therein It Mum
or abutting llii-riiiii  un.l lii'l.l la.iial,. (,,r
UM nl lliaTi'dir.
A -t.iii in 'ill .lumiiin Iln* html- liable!
mnl |ini|«i«*i| li. !«* .penally asm*.-.-I Inr
III. will improvement mnl Iln ll.ill.i'- o(
Iln i.mi,*r- llirriiif, wi lur hm tin- .nine
a .in I.* a-t'crtaimil 1 r<.in tlii< last r.'iim-il
i--.—tinnl r<>ll Ami <itlirrttit*r, i. now
IiiiiI in Ihl data nf Iln* .\-ac»»ment
fnmniissiiiiieranil i. open fur Inapcctlon
ilnriiii! tiffin* hours.
Tlir M-liitlnli' I. Imi .In,«s Iln* eati*
mated tuft i.f (In* iiii|ir.in'int'iil .unl tlii>
|.r..|..rliun   In  !«■  prniiilnl t.nl nf the
general (llllll. nl Ihn rilv.
A MBit nl rt-vi-.ii.ii uill U In M in thr
Citt Mill, Nnrth yiiiiriiiiii'r, II.C, on
Ihi*'.'Ilh  ilm- nl   -.ngnst, iw, m  the,
imiirnf KoViiH'k p.m., ior iimpnrpoee secure your winter S supply.
uf hearing miy complaint* ukiiiii-i the >
pr.i|«.i..ii -Mt'H.iimni., nr the ncciirary:    Large shipments will ar-
fruiiU((n meaaurenmnta, nr any'
TIIK PUBLIC AUK HKKKltY Null-
K1EI> that all cases nl infectious
nBfBB or epiileinic ili.eaae, al a
I'linra.'ti-r dangerous to public lirallli,
must Ih' reported to tlm Medical Health
Officer.
THOMAS SIIKNlKkll,
City Clerk.
City llall, North Vancouver, B.C
July mh, urns.
LM-tl
New Wellington
Coal direct from the mines.
Place your orders now an
Diplock Wright
Lumber Co.
I7th Street, North Vancouver
Mmm* 30
i|i|ilirat ion I'or Lii|iiorlin'iiM'
NOTICK in herehy niven, that nt the
next meeting nf the llnarti of Cicnnae
Oommtnlont'ii for tha liistriet Mtuilei-
palilv ul Nurth ViiiicotiviT, I shall np-
ply for a hulel license (urlhe role ol
spirituous, lerinenteil or olher liipiors,
for an lintel sitiiateilnn ln-lrnl botM),
liroup 1, Vaiieniiver liistriet, within lhe
rt'L'ii-itntl timnsili* kimu 11 as the Can-
ymi View Tiiwnnite.
I", I.AKSO.N.
July Ml, .(KM
JJrrLit'iTiOii m LtpR lk«
I HKRKItY illVK NOTICK of mv
intention to apply tu the lloanl nl 1,1-
renainc t'omnnaiiiiiniTK for lhe in.trn t
Miiiiiiipiility nf Nnrth Vancouver at
their next rennhir BMBtlBa alter Ihe ei-
I'lriilii.ii of thirty 'l.n - fruin the ilate
heriot (or a licelim* iur ll hotel to be
built ii|.'.n laml -innil.' in the l.ynn
Valley in the aaiil Diitrict Miiniiipalitv
iH-iiiL-InUone (I i and two t'i) in block
lifty-one (61). nulwlivision of tlintriet lot
two thoiiHiini and eiithty-aeven (20871,
liroiip one (I), New Westminster iliu-
Irict
llatetl ll.i-.iiihllnli.v of AunnM, I'.ms.
IIAK1JY HOLLAND.
Witnbsi:
S. Ll'CAS Hl'NT.
al   ti.
I'm,
I  :i7,
:U!i2.
Roan Vakhhtik
ViM-orvia
llll   ANU (IRL INSURANCE
NOTARY PUBLIC
REAL ESTATl.
Dominion Subsidy
'roposed North Vancouver
Terminus of tirand Trunk
Pacific.
creeks ire comparitively light and I Call on in or write for full pMtbalUBa'lMI
PRICK RIGHT
Large supply of Wood always on hand.
■■■     IM. 11        in. ■*>■        ML   IT,      ill ■    III.    1,1       ,     V'l        ■HI*'      III . .
otherc plilnlialilnh thiiit-nauaa in- nve in a lew days.
lire.lnl .leaire lo make and which it. by I
law i"tniiiililc hy lhe Court.
THOMAS SHKI'HKKD,
Aamaami'iil Cuinmiiiaioner.
N'.rlh Vancnuver, B.C.,
2!Uh July, lUW
.i ii'.tii'i.i ki:inKiim, T"
I'ropoaeil Katimateil   KalimaU'
Improtenient       total coat cilytopay
Cl' .irniu ainlirailiiiiiol
l/iimiale avenue,beta e«n -Ih ami ttti
atrr.'l.,   antl   ,.imii|!
nf 4' ildewalk on tha
weal li.le of aai.lnv..
nue,   l-elween   I h I
aforeme n I i o n e d
imint.. 72c, prr ll.
frnnlaue    |2*t.pi
P. LARSON
Until North Vancouver
Telephone No. i.
llimension Lumber
Shiplap
Rustic
Shingles
Lath
Finishing Lumber
etc., etc,
Our prices arc right.   Let us give
you a figure on your
I.iiiiiIht hill.
in in hi bi
NORTH VANCOUVER
B*K
Rolled Oat*
Flour
Hai) ond feed
Seed*
ALL ORDER*
DELIVERED
Pine, healthy Tomato anil
Cauliflower Plants, grown (rom
Sutton's Seeds, always on hand
TheBrockman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdale  Avenue,
at Ferry Landing
Harry Mitchell, local manager. \D\
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
__.
CORRESPONDENCE
sln.ti. moderately wonleil letter* on
tonics o( general public interest will be
|nilili.hi'.l in Till, Kuril**.
Thi Kifiisi il in no way responsible
lor the opinions ol correspondent*, anil
reserves the right to terminate a discussion at any time.
The Special Audit
To thi: Editor ok Tiik Exi'kess:
Sir,—You are to be compliment
ed on the full report, in your issue
ol the 14th inst., of the findings ol
the special audit committee, and
the reply thereto by the regular
auditors; though in justice to all
concerned the annexed balance
sheets referred to in lhat report
should also have been published,
else how can an opinion bc expressed as 10 the lorm in which it
would be desirable to have the accounts presented to the ratepayers
at the close of the financial year.
So far as an onlooker could
judge, the demand Ior a special
audit did not arise out ol any suspicion as to the honesty and ability
nl the staff at the city hall; but, at
the melting when the question ol
a special audit was mooted, such a
denseness was manifested in regard tu the finances of the city,
bonds and rumors of bonds, debts
and Illinois of debts, and to ctown
all, Councillor McNaught appeared t > understand even better than
the mayor the financial situation,
and drew a far from rosy picture of
the city's total indebtedness in relation to its income.
Tin*' was how 1 understood the
demand lui the special audit arose,
the ''instigators," to use your ua*
happy eipirssionjeeling that after
this exhibition, it was time that a
lull and complete account ol the
financial position of the city be
placed belore the ratepayers.
Yours sincerely,
William Knowi.ks
August 17th, 1908.
becue near Moodjville on Sunday
Among the delicacies piuvldeil
ware roast chickens and musl
lamb, and lundry other to li- me
morsels. It wai the fifth -rflBIMl
affair of the kind and wa., .lur-
oughly enjoyed.
Among those present were: Gen.
Man. Sperling.Asst. Man. Glover,
Lawyer Elliot, j. McGuigan, T.
Tokeley, G. Bailey, A. Elliott, B.
Ferguson, C. Worsnop, toastmas-
ter, Vincouver; L. Grimmer, New
Westminster; Local Manager Bunbury, C* M. Chislett, R. Fawcett,
J. Device, F. Gladwin, J.D.Kelly,
A. B. Campbell, T. C. Holt, J. D.
Turnbull, W. Haig, J. Brown, A.
N. Giffen, H. E. Reid, J. Reid, J.
Badger, W. Rogers, W. D. Jones,
North Vancouver.
Lynn Valley Veterans
The Lynn Valley Veteran's Association will hold a church parade
on Sunday, September 6th. The
members will assemble at the
school grounds at 2.45, wearing
their military decorations and will
march to the church, where Rev.
Mr. Davis will preach the sermon.
A picnic will also be held on Labor
day, under the auspices ol the association. The meeting held Friday evening last was well attended
and enthusiastic. The roll of fully
paid members now numbers 33.
(The A. M. ROSS CO.
IS- Man But fa-i*** taa Uamy.   Caataatt Our trkaa Will Air 0U«r
IkM SUM aai !*• ll W» ia tat I**** taa Ham.	
GETTING READY FOR OUR FALL STOCK
All Odd Lines Comprising  Some ol Our Bert Hoods Muit be Cleared out to
1
Jake Koom lor New Lines.
When we advertise « cut price you can depend on getting it*
Remember,
you are buying criip new good*, at prices that vou will be asked lor cheap
tra*h. We guarantee every dollar's worth of good* you buy here. For
Quality and Up-to-date Good* st prices we defy competition to equal. Come
direct to Nortli Vancouver's finest boot and shoe store, men's furnishings, etc.
M Wt ft* VI VOU nOM\ ?   11 not we do not aak for your trade.
HIRE ARE  SOME
60 paira Men'i Shoes, in Goodyear
Welted Blucher Bala, Oxford*, etc.,
in tan* md black*, broken lisei, if
your site i« lure you get a genuine
bargain. Some worth 14.60, 18.00
and Hl.00. your choice while the lot
lasts lor » »0 a Mr.
26 pain Dongola Kid Shoes, blucher cut, solid all leather sole*, worth
M OO a pair, while they last you will
buv them S.BB a Mr
ll2 pairs fine $4.50 patent leather
Oxford*, to clear at W.OO a pair.
CLEARING  PRICES:
20 pairs ol Ladies' Kid Oxlords,
patent leather tips, worth 12.60 a
pair, while the lot laala you buv them
for I.BO a Mr.
28 pr*. Men's Heavy |3.60 Working
Boot*, extra heavy sole*, with beat
Kip llppera, on sale to clear at I.SS.
200 Men's fland |126 Shirts, to
clear at 75c each.
6 dosen boys' 60c. Flannelette
Shirts, also Regatta*, to clear at 26c.
.Oilmen 25c, 35c, and 40c Tiee, to
clear at I Be.
A New Industry
A. J. Hendeisiin, C.E., has leased Irom II. A. Junes the waterfront
property at the corner of Mahon
ave and l.splaiiadc, and purposes
establishing there a lactory lor the
curing ol smoke ill inl and salted
fish. Mr. Henderson's lormer
home was al Lowestoft, Suffolk,
win te he bad an extended practice in Ins ptolession, which he was
compelled to relinquish because ol
nervous breakdown. Mr. Henderson is an associate member ol the
institute ol civil engineers, a member of the association of municipal
and county engineers, and an associate ol the royal sanitary institute
nl Great Britain. He planned and
superintended the construction ol
one ol the best known racing
courses in the north ol England,
and has had extensive experience
in the construction ol large drainage systems.
The town of Lowestoft has a
fleet of 150c steam drifters engaged in the fishing trade and in the
1 i'iii-.. of his practice Mr. Henderson has gathered 1 thorough practical knowledge ol the industry,
lt is his intention to cure salmon,
halibut, cod, herring, etc., and also
hams and bacon. The establishment will be ready for businesi in
about two weeks, and goods will
be placed on the market Ior both
the home and export trade.
X x
riaWtfft*aa-M- *&*
G. E. JORGCNSEN
OH tailawr Mat a f. l-wat iariirw
'raoai MS
IUIIwij*., Rrltlf*., Water Power., K.llra»ti*.,
aii|«*rliii,*iiil.*iii.* nl cti.triirllotl, Map.. Town-
all.*-. M iiiiiii I'l.1111., ill. Pi vial, ,11a, etc
Ill Hainan Sl. W..
VANI'OIIVIR, B. C.
W. NICHOtSONLAILEY
ARCHIIECT
Office—New 1 liompson Block,
l>onadale avenue.
Keiideiitiiil work a specialty.
P. O. Box S3
North Vancouver, B. C.
The Seymour Hotel
Ut
THE A. M. ROSS CO..
B09 LONSDALE AVE.
All Kind* ol Shoe Work Done on the Premise*.
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Resident Boot Maker
Lonsdale.Ave., above and Street
at the A. M. Ross Shoe Store.
SI AMOUR CREEK.
Frwh Milk delivered Iliiilt to
all parts of tlie City
Leave Orders at Express Office.
n.v. f isn Co.
Cor. Lonsdale and 8th St.
IVANS * IVIfB, »ro|».
All kinds of Fresh Fish delivered daily. Smoked Fish a specialty.
Also Butter, Eggs, and Vegetables.
muuum timuiiuui WWWWrtWi1
Bui) Your Wife
an l)|) to-Date
CARPET
SWEEPER
This week we are showing a
complete line of the aliove at
" prices.
Also the Celebrated
NEW CENTURY WASHING MACHINE
Does all the work automatically.    You hardly
have to touch it.
5000 -fed
Galvanized Flexible Clothes Line Wire
Any length you want in one piece.
One Cent |>er Foot.
Paine& McMillan
Corner lonsdale Ave. and First Sl.
Phone 12
mmmmmm,
Our aim is to please our customer* an
to good* and prices. lait ua have your
order*.
n.v. f ian co.,
PHONE 84.
Notice of Tax Sale
JOHN McINNIS, Prop.
Located on fttijiaMair Pl|*e line,
quarter mil- (rom wharf.
Fernie is Thankful
The following letter ol thanks has
been received by Mayor Kealy
Irom the Fernie fire relief commit-
tee:-
"We beg lo acknowledge receipt
of your telegram of the 10th imt,
conveying resolution ol sympathy
and promise of financial support to
the fire suflerers in this diitrict.
For thii very generous expression of sympathy kindly convey to
the citizens of the city of North
Vancouver our most hearty and
sincere thanks; also accept thanki
for the generous donations which
we have already received (rom you.
The situation is a hard one to
cope with, but wc anticipate that
everything will be in good shape
before winter, if we are not handicapped for lack ol funds. However, contributions ire pouring in
Irom ill directions, and we think
we will have sufficient to carry on
the good work.   Yours respectful-
iy.
Fkknik District Fiki
Relief Commititr.
per II. G. Lotkhard, Secretary
Fernie, August 12th, 1908."
B. C Electric Picnic
A large party of B. C. Electric
employees Irom Vancouver, with
their (riends.held a picnic and bat*
This is a first-class hotel,
and is now open to the
general public. Good
accommodation and
sen in* guarinteed
Road connections Irom North
Vancouver for Vehicle!.
PI0B DRY GOODS STORE
Cor. ind and lonidale.
SPECIAL-I'oulile Mattresses
from |3.50, worth $7.00.
PillowH, 50c.
Lntfot Bargain* it Co«t. We are able
to do thii legitimately a* we have a
bankrupt itock on Hale we bought.
ALL FRKSH GOODS.
For Diarrhoea,
Dysentery,
Cholera Infantum
Etc., use
Raymond
Diarrhoea
Mixture
This remedy is sold under the
lollowing positive guarantee:
"Take half a bottle tnd if nol
found satisfactory, return the
balance to us and get your
ntonet back.''
IS THIS FAIR?
PRICK
25c per bottle
MB II* I HUE
"The Obliging Druggists"
Cor. Cordova ind Cambio HU.
Vancouver,   B. C.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of the Municipal Clauses
Act and Acts amending the same, and by authority of the Council of
the District of North Vancouver, on Tuesday, the ist day of September, 1908, at 2 o'clock, p.m., within the District Municipal Office,
Esplanade, North Vancouver, I will sell by Public Auction, the lands
hereinafter described to recover the taxes delinquent in respect thereol,
and interest and costs, all as set forth opposite the description of said
lands respectively, if the amount of such taxes, interest and costs is
not sooner paid, viz:
1
DlCSCllPTlON OK
I'RiirKBTY
U.l.
Block
part
part
part
part
n.p.j3
•»37
554
556
559!
j8j
579
597
599
599
599
764
771
773
785
785
785
887
1139
1242
H53
2026
2026
622
623
Id
95° P"1!
871 part!
881 part
881, part
954;
i35»
1404
1524
2003,
2003
2003
2003
2022
2022
.'U2.1
2022
2022|
2022
2087
J0871
2088
Lot
AWE-WEI) OWNER
5 acres
4 acres
part|2 acres
12
21
20
22
»3
n'i 	
part|3*75 »cres
12
'5
16
24 acres
li'
!,,
50 acres
I p
n.p
38 acres
40 icres
10 acres
9 acres
L. C. York
Henry Copeland
W. Godfrey
.Northern Canning Co.
{Northern Canning Co.
West half  John MeLeod
Estate ol Mrs. Kldon
Fred. McAlpine
Walker St W. Goodbraid
F. Maskill
I. A. Harper Wallace
National Packing Co.
j. Mulhall
rs. Matilda Low
Mrs. Matilda Low
Mrs. Matilda Low
Dr. Sidney Herbert
D. L. Gow
Estate of J  Rooney
D. S. Walbridge
Ida Maschisc
Tahi Nome
Estate of T. H. Condell
Mercantile Dev. Co.
David Cook
William Munro
A. McEvoy
Dr. Sidney Herbert
Edward Cook
Albert Sinclair
Henry French
Mercantile Dev. Co.
1 oim Armstrong
.. Takehara
Mrs. Mary Curry
Mrs. Mary Curry
Mrs. Jessie A. Kei***h
Norman Burrows
Margaret Somerville
E. Jane Elchinks
M. Carrttthers
Ereni M. Snow
Y. Kogo
Miss Annie Roberts
Mrs. M. Hicks
Wm. and Sim. Moyes
wy2
Tuei tn|
m.l Dei'
i'»i ami
In Ic real
I.5.60
87.70
19.IO
12.50
6.25
I.60
9.46I
7'8o|
7.80!
7.80
■■•95
11.80
4°-95
1.60
1.60
1.60
8.85
30.80
50.00
11.60
1.60!
1.60
6.50
.•14 Si.
II9.I5
3.08
3-77
7*95
6.70
29.76
3.70
31.25
3.62
2.70
2.72
2.72
2.72
2.85
2.85
2.85
1.42
2.85!
2.85
1.90
1.90
78.5
Colli
2.60
6.40
3.00
•-•55
2.27
2.10
2.50
2.40
2.40
2.40
2.15
2 im
4.05
2.10
2.10
2. io|
MS
3 55
3.50
2.60
2.10
2.10
3 35
12.75
7 95
215
2.20
2.40
i'35
3'5"
2.20
3.60
2.20
2.15
2.15
•"•IS
2.15,
2.15
2.15
2.15
2.10
a-"S|
•••'5
2 in
2.10
2.40J
TOTAL
t 18.40
94.IO
22.10
'5°5
8.52
3.7O
II.96
10.20
10.20
10.20
510
I4.4O
45.OO
3.70
3.70
3.70
1130
34 35
5350
14.20
3.70
3.70
8.85
-"37-55
127.10
5»3
5*97
10.35
9.05
33.26
5.90
34-85
5.82
485
4.87
4.87
4.87
5.00
5.00
5.00
3*5J
5.00
5.00
4.00
4.00
10.25
Given under my hand at North Vancou* er the ut day ol August,
AD ,9°8 ALEX.   PHILIP,
Colicctor.
Having Your Teeth Fixed
At mii' time mi. a very painful nperatinii. Ily snme
it I* Mill I'Uinliil. Not so at the 1-kwtnn IViilinl- We
liave all the lati'Ht ii|ui|uni'iiU known to tin* modern
• l.-iiti-t•». It ia more like 11 pleasure tn have u* fix
v.iur teeth, Iwuum* mir denlmta are all i*X[ierienced
men. We make nu rlinrgi' fnr examiniiii! your teeth,
and ii ..nlil lie pleased to limit them over nl nny time.
mad 01 r riicta      inn nivir ciun«
Pull Set of Teeth        I J.00
Bridge wort-, |>*'i loolb          5.00
Bold t'rotvn*.          S.oo
Bold rilllrvgs          I.oo o|>
Platlna I llilng*         I.oo
latractlnf  Sa
ALL
WORK GUARANTEED  WITH  A  PROTECTIVI
GUARANTEE   FOR TIN  YEARS
The Boston Dentists, Ltd
DR. A. K. BAKER, lon-aultinq Dentist
407 Hasting* St., W., Vancouver
HOURS  9 a.m. to 6 pm. PHONCB219
ATE NT'S
Wc ■oHril Ihr but nrM of Manuftdurvrt,
Knfrinorland other* » bt realise Ihe tdviaabil-
iiy of having thrfr J'n-nt bwlf lian-wrtH
by Hi pert*. Prr Ii miliary advi< f Irre. Chargr*,
moflentc. Ourlmcntor'i Advltrrvtit <
t\wo_ Mafion&Mntlin, Kr-fM., N- w Vock l.ilc
i'.i'1 •  Montr**I   ,Ul| u „i,,n DC  I**J
North Vancouver Hospital
MMM II
THE   MISSES   DAWSON
TlftlO-M}J0*W|«wfc
City iHt.ii'iiJ". fl |ht *.iiv
Nurwe wn! oul un application.
Corner Uli *tr»fi tnd W-<lfl«ihn
A. KAKItO
General Contractor
l-aml (learinii, Stump ami Km k
Muting. Kxtra eare near home.
All damage* ina.li' gn.l
KM PLO Y M IC NT     AllKNCY
• nd Hi.. W-aal .,1 L.uiav1al«
!• ll   ll..» ,,
ll
SEEDS,
TREES,
PLANTS
For the Farm, Garden, Lawn
or Conservatory
Reliable varielii** at reaimnalile |>rli*e>.
No Borer*. No Stall, Nn Kuini|(»ti"n
tii damage "lm k Sn windy agent* In
aiinny ynu. Buy direct ami net Tree*
anil Seed* dial |TOW.
Ki-riili/.'-r-.. Be*8uppllaa,Spnji I'ump*,
Hprayiny Material. Cut Klower*, etc.
OltW ..tal.li.Iii-d numery on the
mainland "I lirilit-li (',,liiinl in.
Catalogue free.
M. J HENRY'S
NURSIHllS AND NlllltltH MS.
jtnu  Wiktmikitik  Ruad.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
11 Mi w*nt	
Furniture .S'lnr-, fljtee and Bar Futvrti
Repairing in All Brain he*
J. A. S. NICHOLIS
lit Third II. Vi'., lUt. rbMi»rll«l,l .u*l LnovliU
Oppmlla fcbonl
Stoney & Co.
Paintera and
Paperhangere
11? Lonsdale A v. Phone M
House FiimiKhhiirs and
Crocker>
at Kciiomble Pricei, go to
The North Vancouver
Home Furnishers
ii'.kvi min k        iMMatiafi
North Vancouver
Transfer c",;r^t"*'
Cnrtnge, KeniovnlH,
Parcel Delivery,
Storage
ON     Nl'Ai.isAiil It     TUMI
linn
Telephone 70.
Nil. IHR lURI
Night C1II11). MU5 EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
New Advertisements
TM—Rldfwiyi
Tuxes (llli'—I'ity
Teiuleri wnnteil—City
Srln.nl 0|iellillg— U'naiil & Son
Eighth street lnipruveiiii'iitH—i'ity
spiviiii offering!- Ptoaeet Dry**oodi
Kiiltrliiiiiiiiiiil    I   I'iiuline Jnliiisnii
Carpll -«" i • : -    I1*"in* Si  Mi'Milliin
Notice"(mealing- Caoaarvativi Qui
'1'i'ii'ler- lm I'lirieiing—llnrtieiilturii
Sa .viei i
The Tuberculosis Question
Li.inu- fill l*.\i'Ki.*s.
Sir,—Every nulit thinking parson will Kin Miii|i.illn tii support
to any eflort t( ndiui; to pri vent tin
occurrence ol coBaumption, and
doubtleu *.ld, Cricknay'i letter m
your last illUC is such.
lh in.ik. s, however, ,i leriei ol
Buumptioni ind  itrivai al ■ i ob
elusion um uuiilil like to examine,
The iirst is that bovine phthiiii
is i ommunii ibli to bunas beingi,
Up lu tin  pn K nt this lias not lm n
proven i" be .1 (act, ihe naolta ol
inveitigitioai baaing negative or in*
cootluiive. It is not bvbb yet
clear that -consumption is one ol
the contagioui diseases, and the
nature ol il would liad one to think
that it is not; no doubt similar conditions mil bring about similar results
Tin next is that the cow is primarily the mam source of the bacillus
and that othei loorcsa are like the
Scotchman1! falling short of per-
Eection, "naething to speak o'."
Yet it may be taken for grantod
that coniumptioo, ondai existing
social conditional will ba with us,
wers bo cowi ioextBtanoa lt is
not lor a layman to air his convictions, but it must be evident to
anyone who lias studied the subject, that when the parts ol thc individual become dead, then the
tnli. r. K* aiiil partUl rs will bc loiiii'l
doinn their work, i.e., liiitlini; tin ir
food and that tlnir products will
cause fiirllni  ills and   mure   dead
Blatter, Comidering that the
limns at, principallv aflected, thi
argument lot the deposit of the
tubercle m iln lungl with dust in ul
not have bei n io lummarily dii
missed.
As the    lidik t ol    tin    cin.
not, as a rule, contribute direi th
to  the milk,  it i  in umed to gel
tin te. via iln  different pn
and excretion.     I here i— quit<
enough siniru ol milk contintin
ation daring milking mil i  tlu*
revolting one ol thi ininnl'idung;
but i ii ii ilain. li.i* aia.   proved
that the pattu lllll I'.n ill.n lull
survivr tin* put '
llu* last iiii wlm It I will i iui h is
the om* lhat piobabli will do must
harm if it final expi
law.      It is   thai >   in .i r   billing
method hai been lound whi n by it
is possible tii li II, .. ll I -laugh
tering, windier thi .iiiniiai is sul
b ring from phllnsi- U Mt The
animal s daU) I ond I * D will '-In B
il it is dis, aaed, bul I * o ild placi
no ichain., whati I i am tin mi lli
od to bi ,ul .ptial in iiii   pi
bylaw.
1 lu dunking wai> i    upplied in
communities is now judged by its
"bacterial context;" why not apply
the same test to milk? The state
board of health ol UuiachltlMtl
has placed the sanitan World under a debt by their magnificent
work on kindred subjects and it is
not surprising to find in lhat state
an appreciation of the conditions
surrounding the milk lupply. The
milk is i-lassed by the number of
iicro-orgatiisms it contains. If in
a cubic centimetre, i quantity less
than ■ half inch cube, there are
found less than to.ooo organisms
it is classed first ; If under 50,000
as second and undi1 (00,000 as
third class. Such a test governs
the whole conditiooi, compelling
the milker  to adopt unitary   pre
I alliums 1 leanlineu in evi rj ihmg
surrounding   the  milk   produced.
II is a lim pie reliable ti it, pnfeir
al.i. in i doubtful npi ration which
would permit filth) condition Is
still continue, ll it is nol possible
to obiHiu milk li" Irom 1 ontimin*
alion indicated by the Alderman
and as a rule furlln 1 lortified bv
luml in nl, the sooner milk ia dis-
1 ndi il .is an aiticle nl ilu t, altet
boiling, the belli 1
1 am, Sir, yours truly,
Don.m D I IMI.II'IN.
North Vincouver, Aug. 20, tyoS.
Mi. iiiui Mrs. P, Liisam ntiirn-
. al in mu. Monday, Irom ■ i'i' uure
trip "I ■ ii w diyi to Seattle
BLAND'S 4 L
finest Ceijlon Tea
3lb (or Si.00.
  201b Bag Suo,ar, $1.15.
Dr. A. McKay Jordan \m\\\{)\ | n|; [jpj \\{'\M
Miss M. Lt Qibbard
EXPERIENCED
DRESSMAKER
$1.75 per day.
P.O. llox 75,     North Vancouver.
CYC SPCCIALIST
Can be consulted about Ef
Troubles ut Hl4 old stand
304 HaaatinB*  vt.       Vancouver
HIGH-CLASS
ENTERTAINMENT
Taki in ii i.-t- iimi at tin* next meeting
ol the board of lioanaeconiniiiiioBan tor
Un* eiiv nt Nnrth vanoouver I Intend to
iiuiiii* application Inr I bottle license.fur
tbe -nlcii(ii|iirilunii-a,fi'niii'iiti'il ur ntlier
liquors, for tbe premlNi litniredon lol
It, block 185, D. b. -'71 and 274, Vancouver Dtitriot,
JOHN nl'.NSiiN
Diiteil this Htli .lay nf Aii:iist,l!KI*S
AT THE EXH1IIITI0N HALL,
LONSDALE    AVENUE,    'ON
TUESDAY, AUG. 25,
IM, nt N u'cliK'k p.m., hy
NOTICE
Taxes fur l'.'iis are not due
ami payable at tlic City Hall,
Nnrlh Vancouver. tyobatc
oloiei September LOth,
J.J. WOOD,
Collector
GENERAL
MEETING
OF nn;
North Vancouver
Conservative Club
wni. in: ii iii.ii
i\ thi:
BAGLB8'  Ball
MPIw.vim:, on
THURSDAY,
'.J7TII    WW.   Al    B   |\\|.
IMPOKIAM BUSINESS
All Conservatives are requested to attend.
By Order ol the Iterutitr.
Hie l.iiiiiiu*. Mohawk Indian
I nl er I .mn i.
Mi-- .l.ihn-.in will a|i|iear in real Indian
llui'lu-kin I'n.-luiiii'. mnl itlno in tli.*
Lataat siiii* ni Ki-i'iiini; Dresi in Lon
a|iii. Beffand, iiiiiI fiie will render 11
|irn|*riiniiiii' n( RaSaCUHJ Uti liivita*
linn- (ull o( fun, inlcri'.l nud pallx -
ADMISSION   25   CENTS*
rieketi bi tenrretl nsla, N esBtaiai i
may '"* luul «t the Statiiiiirric or al
the limit Sinn*, nr fruin nny nl Ihl
Mitotan el tba HertteeltBial Amu.
Bargains
In Pianos
This
Month
The Lounge
Billiard and
Cigar Saloon
I wlale Ave.       Opp. I'ity Hull
Here are some of theimok-
int; tobaccos we carry :
CspetSO, l'lnvers, I'mven, riar-
rii'k, B.D.V., Wills' Shajt, I'ur-
liuin. Latakta, Partqoe, Cotton'i,
1 dgewortb, Log Cabin. hill's He-u,
m.l Engltin, Oallaher'i, Inikiah,
Frontier, Seal of North Carolina.
old Chum, Mesrachanm, Will.*'
Gold Flake, B.C, No. I, Morrli1
Three Caitlea, Imperial, Blum-
rock, Macdonald'-, T. 4 B., Pedro,
IVe-iniir. Hmtth'lUlaa|0«i Wiet-
wiinl Iiii, ix.
FINE HIGH LOTS IN BLOCK 29
BETWEEN i6T 11 AND 17TH STS., MAHON AVE.
Terms, nni'-iiiurlli cash i Imhinci', 11,11 and IS months
E
<
ILl
©
©
_
SEVENTEENTH    ST.
i >:.*
2
<      3
•      4
'   _S	
6
7
'"   6
BK29
•      3
3     io,„
SIXTEENTH   ST.
e
a
©
e
n
>
ft
3
th*
uini  chew in*
ll.lM
lliodooekl'i, Blaekwatcb, Kin^'i-i
Nni v, IJiniii'- Nnu*. ( liniiix. I'm
Boll, Piper, simi-iik.
The Cigarette Smoker can
■stilly his wants    Hefe in
,i lew :
Meliiiiiriiin.    Ni.-laar.    ('mien.
Anl.isii, Cambridge, llugul, Bute
ExpreM, Hni.l I lake. Oaptan,
Vildea, Cambridge, M 'rad M -gul,
nml nil tin.1 nlni'1. In aa ill
Our stock ol I igari ii by
far the must complete in
town.
Why Nol Buy Your
Smoking Requisites
in North Vancouver.
S. GINTZBURGER
LIMITED
161 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
p.o. nox m*
Wi
ai a  ulieiing a large
stock of
QEALBD T'i"i'' ini »|
O   Ir' -l.iniiil-   'Ill tl  ml j
iiii Bapteuibar 5th •      ■ rateiwd np
In Tin-I.r.   Mil       '     I "'  I'"'
apply la, A  SMI i M   i'•     lml In **lH>m
iin l.*r. -Iniulil iif uhln-aaed,
MAHTINSi i\,U'u
Building
Contract! >i"h
Clans    .unl I'repsied.
u baa ii.mkiia.' ■ I u im*
• II ' -'   '
B|
»
lln|:\i BLOCK,
or I'
ll iN
s
•I'ILL AVK
Chesterfield School
Corner 1/imdaleAn-. :, I 14th M,
MillTII VANt'i'1  ■ i I:
r.iiiir.lint! .nnl h\ S(
Will be of* i
PnmirAU
IhkiI k
llul**
A ll SCRIVEN, B.A
I, II. BATES, B A
11*;\ I >i:K- ir* I Uib CU)
Council Inr ila'   COI    '
i irn * ■
bsSMMBl   "' !'" '   '    "
I'.irlinilir-   *i*   '*
., oMslned Imu
«,,! u*ii'li*r> Banal In
nndayaSgned  i I   ''■
i, ,,, mi Mnn'lin    'l-1  \
HlnMl    HIKI'IIKRP
•>,.'H CiejrClerk.
I'KiH'iisililiiiM   IMPROWMINI
TlKI. SOTICBthal thei.nin.iloln,.
' l nri-rali. unl tin* till "( North Vim.
•   illleliil" |..   COMtm I Hi.'   Local
llll|.r..l.*llia*lll  -,*l  .,Ul  111 till* m ha-alllla* ;i|a-
l*i arm*,' !»•!,.«, nml iiil.*n*l" |.. n-«.■•■ il„
BSSl n'-i "i i |«.rliiiii then*..1, iiih.ii ll,,-
real |,r .|»*rii Imnellled ili.nln Ironling
• •r nl.iiliini! ilii'ni.n  mel bald liable Lr
. nl llu r. lot.
\   l.il,*ii„*iil ■hosing ll..-  lan.I- luiiiii*
nn.I pfopiind to bi ipei i.illy itusmj (,,r
I iii.|>r-■ \• iiunl  in.I llu name- of
tin* num r-   ll*" * I   **    a it a- Iln*  -ami
■ an I.' a-.' riaiin-l frntn the la-l ri*u«i.|
nn nl rnll  nii'l   "Ilniii*, il iiiii-
iii Iln   iillni'  nl   '
nii-i"iiif.m.l i- opaa lol in.|»ilum
aliiriug "tin' I
llie mln,lule heles limn, tin* i.ii*
" . ImproteBMBl ind the
pfupoftloa   !•'   I"   lirm id'd "ill  nf Hie
gaoaral fiu.i- sl Iha mv.
A rl i.l nu-i'iii mil I* held in lhe
Cili Iln,I    Nnrlla   \ nini'iiwr.   li I'., <m
the I Ilh.l.n "I 8-.pt I»*r. I'.Ki**, ill llii'l
ii'inr nf - 0clock p iii , inr iin* parpen
..I bearli; ut) et mplalali «n»in-i tbe
|.r .i».-a ai.   nl iln  Ml iiriiev I
ill il,.   ■ ion mt nl-, ..r nni- ,
U    .Hal,   h    Ol"'    I-ITWIII.      HI-
.ke nnd taliicli i- In*
leUi (•! Ibe Coun.
IMllMl- -III I'llH.'l'.
.  .   a   a
Nortli \*.i ttt, r.C .
• bm ,\ ..-u-i. im
a am mm i >
i;.iiiinii"i  K*i
Improvement      lotaleoil cttjtopsj
ai nl
Eighth   Street,   ba*
l..*n.*l»l.'  lie- ,
nm || 1   I 111,  -Ir.
Hulk mi nnrlh ii'li "I
pern,
Iruntage    l'.'7:i
.'Ml
USED PIANOS AT ABOUT
HALF VALUES.
Son an practically as good as
n w     1 ,iken  in i-xcliani(e for the
In il Autonolai.
i:\sY TERMS
lie,II   'Ull
Builders and
Contractors
P, LABSOlfj ii preptnd to
■apply
LIME,
BRICK,
SAND,
CEMENT
Hotel North Vancouver.
i .mnl
Tourist
Kcsi.it
Up-to-daU
Kates:
J2.00 per
Day
and up
Spei l.ll
Kates lor
Families
and
Regnlai
Bosrden
Ferry Service tvery Half Hour to and from this Hotel
to Vancouver. P. tarson, Prop.
Ami all ki mis of Building
Material inqUtntitiMtO Ittit
mi'i at rtUOMble prices.
— M'l'I.Y—
IIMI I HI*
180441  SMtil| Strt'it
I'm I   1 I'i'ir.l /'"lii" //
 \	
\oi!TH ruONTB Hill 1 nm
II MIS..   1 VMIIIIIl*
B 10.. UO., TIME
1 in imi Mieni >
•LM A M.
~M "
LU  "
u.im  '•
u.l.'i  "
10.41  "
II l'i  "
IIM P.M.
1.48   "
1 M "
:1.4s "
i.iri "
s.45 "
(1.48  "
7.45   •'
Ml "
'MS   "
10.45   "
•11.45   "
Siinilm*
T.IU.G. I90S
»M III HU
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10.11  "
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IS.10 P.M.
LIS   "
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il.'. "
LH "
Lli  "
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li II \.M.
10.41    "
II I.'i   "
11.41 I'M.
1.41   "
1.41   "
:u*i "
4.45   "
S.45   "
(1.15   "
'■'< 1'. AM.
11 11   "
ltllP.ll,
1.15   "
LU "
:i.is "
4.15   '•
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PALACE \
bim 1UMMB nc
HOTEL
III ON mi IDIM
AN I'l'-TiiliATK
I0CBI8T IIKSOKT
lUTm: IUB I'KH
HAY ANH IT
TKUtPHONK Bo,
-	
I
S|n 1 i,il Kales lo Fiimilics mid Kcifiilur llniiriicrx
lliill-limir ferry I'linni'i'linii tn an.l (mm VitnennnT. lint and i-old
wuler in I'very nmni. Uelnrn rail Ik'II. in every BBS lUrln-r
simp in I'niini'clinn.
REDA & ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Skoinu .KKiKf,   ....   .NORTH   VANCOUVER, B. C.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Cars leave the l'i in Leading forIJin-i i.slnity Avi'iuic, Twiiity-ltrst
llteel and Lonsdale, Winch street and Keith Koad as lollows : 6:15
a.m., (1:45 a. in., 7:15 a. in., 7:45 a, BL, B:tJ a. 111., 0, a. in. 9:40 a. 111.,
10:10 a. ni., After 10:25 a. ni., cars will leave ijim nslnnv avenue,
1 w 11 iv lirst and Lonsdale avenue, and Winch street and Keith Koad
at live minutes to the hour and twenty-live minutes past the hour.
Cars leave Nineteenth street and Queenslniry avenue, Twenty-first
-tn 1 I and Lonsdale avenue, Winch street and Keith Koad as follows :
6 a. 111., 6:55 a. in., 7:20 a. m., 8:05 a. m., 8:45 a. 111.,9:30 a.m.
Alter 1)130 a. in. cars leave the Ferry Landing at ten minutes past the
hour and twenty minutes to the hour.
%r
All Imals are met hy the cars.
Hot Air Heating
Being favored with t liberal Mtronig* from out
citizens in the lint's we cirried, we bave added to
mir iiiisiiic-s hy initalling all the lateel appliaooM
for th» placing of Furnace*, Cornice Work, ate.
Gel our estimate* before doing JfOUf work.
We also carry H111I1I1 is' 11.mln,ire. Coun ladfetOOl I'na.
Fraser * McNabbinfS__Ave

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