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VOLUME 9
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1909.
NUMBER 6
Regular Meeting of
Council
City
McRae,   McNeish, road  from  Chesterfield  avi-mu-
Dkk ivi-rc present ,to Mahon avenue; oa the Es-
plaiiii(k- from Lonsdale   sveOUe
east to tin- livery stable; mi tlu-
south side ol second street from
St. Patrick's avenue lo Sl
vitl's avenue; on the easl
Aldermen
Schultz and
at the regular session ol the
city council on Monday eviaiag
Mayor W. H. May occupied the
chair.
In accordance with notification Irom the agent ol the department of marine and fisheries at Victoria, the sum ol one-
dollar rental, (or tide Hats Ior
the year, was ordered paid.
City Engineer Hanes reported
as follows: Approving the pro-
lile of the extension of the B. C.
Electric lines on (J^eensbury
avenue; filed. Recommending
that thi; telephone to the intake-
be connected with the general
system; water couiniittee to act
Kecouiinending lhat the board
ol works stable be lighted by
electric light; engineer to act.
A. Stedman wrote, applying
for the opening up of 20th
street, east of Sutherland ave.,
as he wishes lo build; referred
to board of works to report.
Mrs. E. G. Kaymes wrote,
asking that proper drainage be
provided in front of lot it,
block j, D. I.. 2-\; work reported done ami report adopted
K. McMillan and T. Howard
petitioned lor the improvement
of St. David's ave. from Keith
road to bth street, and ol hth
street to St. Andrew's avenue
and also for water connection
to lots 2 and 7, block 10, D.I,
273; board of works to report.
S. —, Baldwin wrote, requesting the removal of a large tree
on Keith road that menaces the
new residence which he is erecting; to lie done at once.
G. C. Cooper wrotc.couiplain-
ntg of the insiitliciciit drainage
anil the unsatisfactory condition of the Esplanade adjoining
his property, east of Lonsdale
avenue; relerred to board of
works.
W. Bailey wrote, with respect
to the proposal to make a play
ground out ol a portion ol Victoria park easl, and asking that
opportunity Ik- given for a
counter petition Irmn rcsulints
interested; letter to Ik- acknowledged ami iilt.l
A petition lor a snle\i alk on
the south side of llth slim
from Htll street to Lonsdale
avenue, was referred to the
board of works.
Accounts as follows were ordered paid: Board of works.
local improvements, $520.65;
general, J255.08; waterworks,
I376.40.
On motion, lot 16 in ilu- cemetery was sot aside for the purpose of all burials that had to
be made at the expense ol the
city, and lot 17 for the use of
thc district council, for the
same purpose; clerk will advise
ilistrnt council accordingly.
Aid. McNeish, chairman ol
lhe board ol works recommended that sidewalks be laid as
lollows On the suulh side nf
St. Andrew's avenue Imm the
Keith road to loth street; on
the north side of 21st street.
Irom Lonsdale avenue, MO feet
west; on t'ppcr Keith road
from Lonsdale avenue MO leet
west; on the south side n| jth
street (rom Chesterfield avenue
to 200 feet west of Mahon ave ;
on the south side ol |th street
Irom Lonsdale avenue v»* leel
east; on the north side ol Keilh
DISTRICT COUNCIL
Councillors Robson, Davison,
antl Allan were
regular   session ol the district
council, Thursday evening. The
reeve presided.
Letters were received as lollows:
l'i0111 Bayfield & Archibald ol
Vancouver, advising the council
that the steam wagon purchased by the district, had beea
shipped via the C.P.R., per S.S.
Da* iCornishman, on September 28;
sitle liled.
LOCAL CONSERVATIVES
A general meeting of the Con-
.'"' servative party ol North Van-
WT.tat W. S\ held ,„ the
Eagles' hall, Esplanade, Friday
evening next, the 2yth inst., at
eight o'clock p.m. All conservatives are cordially Invited lu
ul tend. The meeting will attend to organisation ami
general business.
in
SUPERIOR FLOUR
The Vancouver Milling &
Grain Co., Ltd., manufacturers
ol Royal Standard Flour, pur-
Social and Personal  Items
R. Adams intends beginning
in the near future Lhe cm-.ion
of a large residence on his property on 2nd street west.
Mrs. Robert Jainieson ol IIol-
iinl, Man., arrived in lhe till
this week, on an extended visil
toller daughter, Mrs. .1. 11. Tilling, 10th street.
Dancing School—J. A. Stoney
teacher.      Eagles'   hall,  every
Monday   evening,   commencing
iyoy, at 8 p.m.
15th street. On motion these
recommendations were adopted
as read.
On motion ol Aid. Schult/ the
mayor was appoint, ii a committee of one to consult  the  cilv
Wanted—By November isl, a
girl for general housework.
Good home, permanent posi.ion
family of three. Applv Mrs.
W. J. Wilson, 6th lUeet, opposite St. Andrew's church.
I
'   Mrs. R. Fawcett, of this city,
was again a prize winner at the
In the case of Royal Standard provincial   exibition,   at   New
first
N. Lonsdale and .lack Loutet
W.uiU'iJ. - Boy l" Ic,irn the
printing.    Apply this office,
The new tints wheeler will be
launched within the next tell
days.
Airs.   B.  C,   Isinsford,   jrd
street casl, will nol receive un
lil the 41I1 Fritlai 111 .lami.ii>.
next.
ol St. David's avenue from 4th     From W. T. Graham, asking
to 6th streets; on the south side that King street cast, be exten-
of 6th street 41m leel east, to ded to the west one-half of lot sue a unique policy to attract (jet ~lY
St.David's avenue; on the nortli 6, block 12, D.L. 787 or ol lots attention to lhe merits of their
side ol Keith road from Ridge- g and 9, block ih, D. I,. 7S7; the product. A visit to their mills
waj- avenue to Moody avenue road to be built if suitable and a careful notice of the pro-
on the norih side ol Keith road guarantee given that the owners cess through which the wheati
from  St.  George's  avenue 6110 will build. passes in being made into flour,
feet tiasl; on St. George's ave., From F. C. Gamble, provin- enables one to appreciate its
west side from 1st street, to cial engineer, to the elect that great popularity. The quality
Keith road; on Bciyicke avenue the letter from council with re- of goodness alone is sullicient
west side from Keith road   lo ferciice to a road along the west 'to recommend it very strongly
side ol D. L. 763 had been refer-1 to   the   favor   of   tlie   thrifty
red to the road superintendent!, housekeeper
to report; filed.
From Citv Clerk Shepherd,ad- however, another inducement is Westminster, securing   first   on Inge aV Main, Lonsdale ave.,and
vising council that block 17', in'added in the way of an oppor- Mounttnellick sofa pillow,   and has rented the new limise ol
Seymour cemetery had been set tunity  to  obtain  a  ioy  piece,fust and second on embroidered McNah, opposite the lire-hall
The Mt Dougall-.lenkins En
gllieers, Ltd., ale SOW engaged
in the erection ol their large
machine and boiler shop.
l'rof. O'Brien will hold 1 d,iiu
ing class in the Eagles' hall,
North Vancouver, on Thursila\
evenings, starting October 14th
at 8 o'clock.
Fred Basnet ol Nelson has
purchased the business ol Iluuli
solicitor with a view to having
the amended local improvement
bylaw in readiness for consideration by touncil, Monday evtn
ing next.
On motion ol Aid. Dick it
was resolved that it was the
sense of Uie council that any
property owners building iu I).
L. 273, sliould bc accomiiio'lal-
I.
Selev, surveyor, Irom Vai
with his lamily, has
aside for the use of the district jdinner set at no cost whatever, photo frames,
for such interments as were con- The  users  of Royal Standard j
ducted   at   the  public   expense;  Flour Iind a coupon in each sack I   Rev. II. E. Howes, spiritual- couver,   wnii   111s
liled. of Hour purchased.    The coupon ist missionary, will speak in the ri'nU<1 lllt' residence lornu-rly 0
The lender of Mr. Probert for bears a number which at some Eagles' hall on Sunday evening cupicd by Dr. \ emer, 538 Lou
work on Harold  road,  nainelv time will enable the  possessor; at eight o'clock, on the subject dale ave.
fia-65, was considered loo high, to draw the dinner set referred "Light Eternal."    The sermon
and it was decided  to proceed to.     Further  particulars   can will bc followed by descriptions
In day work, | doubtless be obtained from your and messages.    The public cor
The work of construction  on grocer,
dially invited.   Collection.
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I.O.\n*ALK AVKNUK FhO.M KKKRY LAUDING
ed with waler connections. Tailor mad was awarded   Win.
Some  discussion   arose   with 'Alisop at ,15 cents per foot.
reference to the atlvisab-lii,   ol     1,|il,ls as  ll)lltnvs  ****  lKah
relusing lo alloii   persons  in a
state of intoxication to rtde mi
the ferry boals, and the 1, alter
was relerred lo the leirv t-.iin-
tors.
A liylaw to grant an exclusive
franchise lor iwciu- five )"< ere
to the North Vancouver Light,
Heat aSt Gas Power Ctmpnny,
11 as nail iwiie   and   l.i.it   over
until Wednesday eveaiag, lot a
third reading.
with The east 40 aires of I).
I.. j*93, referred back. The east
part   ol   I).   I,.   .S.S.S,   appiovcd.
Lm 7, block A, l). L. si3, approved. Minks 1 and 2, 1). I,.
57y, reierred back. Pan of l).
L. Sh7, approved. Blinks 11 sad
12, 1). L. ii:i, approved,    Lots
15 lo :i and -1 to 8l, D.L. 863,
approved, Block 11, 1). I,. §01,
approved, The s. \v. one-asar*
ur oi 1). L. 867, approved. Lots
GRAND CONCEIT I   The grand Thanksgiving ball.
  under   thc   auspices   of   North
The  grand  concert  given   in Vancouver lodge, No. 55, I.OO.
St. Andrew's church, last even- F., in the Horticultural hall on
I lag, (Thursday) was  an  enter- Monday next, gives every prom-
taininc-nt ol exceptional   merit, ise of proving one of the most
sad scored a conspicuous success popalai   sad eaceesahd  social
in every way.   The building was functions of the season,
crowded to the doors, inanv In 	
Steam freighter lliiirii'tli ,.\li
Ktll/.le Bros , I.tif. was on the
Wallace ways this wnk. This
is the largest vessel yet hauled
out on the ways, and registers
762 tons capacity.
The rehearsal for' the opei a
11 M.S. Pinafore, was well attended on Tuesday last, thirl \
Iwo singers being in their plans
and taking their partis. Excel
lent progress is being made
At the session of lhe C.E.S.,
held on Monday tuning, \t.
Knowles gave an inierestmg address on lhe lopic "Doubting
Castle" on the Pilgrim's Progress stiles. A spuUnl dis-
iilsslon lollowed lhe address.
The increased attciitl.imc al the
meetings liianilesis the glowing
popularity of lhe socielv with
tin lining people.
The following hochcj tiitliii
siasts wlll jtiniiiiv to Burnabv
tomorrow, (Satunlav 1 by tin
1.30 car Irom Vamouver,to take
issue with lhe 111 wlv (oniinl
tlub theie: Mi-.s, s \ . ami B,
C*.uili-t<ill, V (', C,indwell, M
A. Laing ami A Y Other, together with I-:. S. and P I
Baylis, E. J. II. Cardimill, F.
G. Wood, II. I,. Mil'licrson and
S. Humphreys.
ferry purposes was given l»<
readings and laid ova until
Wednesday evening. The Inlaw
provides ior the issuance ol lerry debentures guaranteed by the
city, debentures to tim lolly
years at five per cent.
Council adjourned until Wni
tusd.iv evening.
GONE TO ENGLAND
W. L* and Mrs. Keene were
outgoing passengers this w-rrk,
bound (or England, where thev
will enjoy a visit of about four
months duration among relatives and friends. During their
absence, the residence of Mr.and
Mrs Keene 011 15th street, will
bc occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
Kitchen, who have recently arrived from Jiuow Jaw, Sask,
TO
ADVERTISERS
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Changes oi advert ischiums must be in the
hands ol the printers
not Inter thin Wednesday nl each wn k in insure publication Posi
tively no variation Iroiii
this rule will be made,
ing unable lo obtain seats. A.
F. Reilly, organist of the chuuli
acted as accompanist .tftid Mrs.
A. .1. Tyson as associate sccou
panist. Miss Grace Hastings,
SS Violinists and Miss Eli/abet ll
M. Fournier as dramatic supra
no, met with tniliusiastii re-
Block 18, south pah ceptions and c.ipturitl the house
Mi, approved eoudi- by tlieir respective renditions
A. B, Stevenson as reader, fully
sustained his reputation as au
artist of exceptional ability,ami
the selections by the Mo/art trio
and the choruses by the choir,
were items ol genuine merit and
received well merited spplaasi
Mr. Reillv is lo lie longratulal-
ed on having gathered togethn
„ advis- w W-'gation ol smh a superior order upon this  his  initial
, eflort in concert work, since as
llie    pioposfd    ivl, lis],ni    o| ,*,.*,  ,.                     i»r
,.   ,,         ,'      ...    „..,,   ,., ,, suiiiiilg his duties as mgaiilst ol
hi nli in,nl west, lo Wluu Clill -
Citj, was reported upon by the
eii^initi .is lollows     1300 feet
"i m idging, MS"" (eel of through!  On Monde), Thsnhsglvine aa)
rock nil, I'la'ia Ud ol grsdinj   the local hockey team will le.iM
Total length of new mad 53,598 on the morning boat to plav a
The sale of work in the Institute hall, Linn Valid, Thins
day next, at 2 O'clock in llu ll
ternooli, has had a lot ol labor
expended on it by the l.nliis oi
the Ladles' Aid 111 tiiiiuetllon
with   the   Pit.sby tii ian   thureli,
  and promises to be one ol   the
Prospects   arc    ,*x„,.t„i„,,llv V™& «"■*■ "< fhl IMSOa Ll
lor a verv large at- thcvalK>'
82 to yi, 1). L. RiSs, approve!
.1 ,b-la*..!:.M,:.,s:'.•'.:'.':',:" -^ ^ 1^49,»*Laos,•?
proved,
-.I I). I,
Uonalh.     Blotk .', I). I,. K*M,
11 it 1 ml back.
Boanl  of works attounts   tm
lilt*    ,1111*111111    ol   |i74}.Ol     Well
read aiid ordered paid.
Messrs. 1). \\. Elder and J. K,
Wanl were appointed to const!
lule lhe assessment commission
lor the district, Thev will act
willi the assessor in
m\ capacity,
promising lor a very
Iciidatiic at lhe ball to Ik- given
bv L* 0. L. 1840 of this city, in
llu* Horticultural hall, mi Iks
evening ol November sth next.
A large attendance from Vaniouver is assured and late curs
and a late ferry will lie run lor
their convenience
The admission will
he free.    An eiitetiaiiiiiitnt will
be gives in ihe eveaiag .it eight
o'clock, admission 15c.   Don't
lorgel the date1 Tliursila- , I), |
28th.
the church.
.lohn Laws,m's standard bnd
mare "Latlv of Claude" WM I
prominent priu wianec at Bei
Westminster exhibition.     she
csptarsd the blue ribbon | Inst
pri/e) ill the standard bud
roadster ilass, and likewise the
championship amongst the thoroughbreds, standard brnls. and
hackneys and coach li"'si 1   sin
is now the proud winner ol i;
first prizes.
!
(apt   Balkwill of Champion
iSr White, Vancouver, Barrowl)
leet.     To construct 1 roadwa;  match at Victoria.     The team escaped With his life, when   tlm mg   thi'sti
66 loi'l wide woultl entail tost as will be at its lull strength with stow, now on the   wais,   sank tmtrse.  tin
 the excuption of G. Green-Army- and listed, carrying  him
Continued on Page Ten.      ,tage. .under 30 leet ol water.
Engineer   Cameron   returned
-.istcrday Irom a slimi trip to
the Okallagali  Vallc\   in tonuci
tion with two Irrigation echem
es, one lm Rlililainls in llu*
Cherry neck  disi rut,   and   lhe
oiher im B1.111 park, overlook
ing the Okanagan lake lie was
delighted with the Ismons Cold*
In .tin lain li,  and was not sin
prised at us world-wide repote
tion lor fruit, but he thinks,
(rom the nature ol their soil and
Itoiu   their   position,   that   thc
properties with whkh he h.is to
di il have even higher prospt
Dr. MtKetbine and   I   S.  Re.n
ate    leaving    nothing   to  tlialha
in the piovisjoii they are making lor irrigating ami develop-
propertiee,  and   ol
opeliini;   up  o|  Ibis
down line Interioi  region will read
benefually on the mast cities, THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
IS
Sluirt, iii.iala*r.iii'ly nordutl   It I
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over liglisturu ul a riUft,
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(oi u Liiiiloiia "i ..■ i r.--j tit lai    Illd
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Sir,- is publii criticism ol
the aiiaiis ni tins citj deai
.uui will the apparent cuiuplac-
encj oi onr citizens accept »
final the designs and plans iub
milted In the lerr) coiutnisaioii
tis im- the in» lerrj sttamei
without   snj   iju«tion    bciug
raised as lu u iuiln 1 ihose plans
are the best obtainable and will
give the ratepayers the best
value lor the large sum pro
posed to be expended,
Is it possible 111 Ihese da
local representative government
and ratepayers' assouationa, to
put a bylaw through with what
promisee t" be eas< and eeleriii
Involving an expenditure ol oni
hundred and twenty-eight thon*
■and dollars Iw sn Important
public work, tlu designs and
plans oi whnh have been pro
cured in a manner utterly al
varianci with thi procedure ad
opted In other municipalities
and piiblit corporations?
The lerrj commissioners, in
making the unusual dcparcur,
ot selling up a thawing ollice,
and taking upmi themselves the
highlv technical work ol designing the new lerrj steamer, have
cooly ignored publii su ceptibil
nits in matters ol this kind,and
art attempting thai which Un
two great shipping companies
across the Inlet refrain Irom
tloing. 1 allude lo ihi t anadian
Pacific Railwaj and thc i nion
Steamship  Companj      Surelj
lhe   business  .ulllllell   ol   the  dl-
rectors and executive "1 those
companies is equal al leas! lo
that oi tin lerrj commissioner!
No reflection is intended hen
upon the draftsmen engaged at
the Uii\ offices, they maj be
competent to design Dread
noughts and the ocean grej
hounds "i the Atlantic, imt
nevertheless the ratepayers have
the right I" know what is tin
professional status and experi
cine "I iIicm gentlemen, and
from win ii. i* thej i ami
[laving n gard to the spli ndid
luture win, li *i-*|*i .11 - lo lie ii"W
dawning upon Korth Vancouver
why should nol thi tin havi a
hii- steamet equal t" 11 not
surpassing in design and utility
anj lerrj steamer ol its comparative si/t oii the Aim i it all mu
uii,m. the plans aad designs i"i
which ihould be obtained in tin
customary manner- open competition,
The new steamer will have to
be paid im at ns market value,
and iiii plausible pleas ol economy, urgency, or other surmountable difficulties should in
listened tO,
The ratepayers are now perilously near haiing to accept
eii her something that mav
prove to be vastly inferior to
what ii is possible to obtain,
or take the responsibility   oi
turning the Inlaw down, ami
thus delay lor twelve months
this very Important work.
Possibly   the 1,tiler mursc    ls
preferable tn the precipitate al
tern.itive now   lonnl  iipnn   the
ratepayers  by  the  Injudicious
ers.
poliiv   ul  the Mil  inliiiiiis.sioii-
A J HENDERSON
Ninth Vancouver, (Kt. i8th,
CHANGE OF BUSINESS
K. lv Uacnaghten, late assistant professor at UcGill university . Montreal, has been lecturing in i-'reiith .unl Gentian at
the UcGill university oi liriiish
Columbia suite tin beginning ol
tin (Mullet term, ainl owing lo
the stress of work thus entailed
is compelled to retire from tin
firm "i Ah \.indl i ,\- u.i, naghten
at tht etnl ol lhe curriiit month.
Mr Uacnaghten, who w.ts a
scholar ul Eton ami King's iol-
1'ge. Cambridge, graduated in
the   first   il.iss  ul   the    tlnssu.il
tripos 1883,
]'t liiliitl.ii' has been presented by
Francis Hotting ol North Van-
COUVST, and is now in lhe iltsc-cl
house. This beetle, about :111s.
long, ol a dull brown color, armed in England about a year
ago as a larva, in a slab of pine
.wood, in whkh it was known
I to have lived lor six   or   eight
months,    The Isrvs was deep
CTtsm color, with the exception
of the head, which was a light
brown, but the pups does not
stem   tO   have    been    observed.
The metamorphosis in the long-
icon beetles tretpiently lakes
more than a year, bul may In
Indefinitely prolonged; cases are
on record in which individuals
have eaten their way out ol a
table, H and even 2S years alter
the felling of lhe tree from
which the iurnilure was made."
FOREIGN Nl-:\vs ITEMS
United States shippers |*sj
anuuallv (200,000,000 to foreign
shipowners to transport going
ami coming cargoes.   A sinn-i
oils taliipaigli has Ineli sel in
operation to proiiirc legislation
at tht approaching session   ol
congress, siuh as will '.'iu- an
impetus to Uic- building up   ol
tilie merchant  marine  d  tin
Statee ami llins keep this iimne-
at home.
There are now three -vorld's
(airs s,hedulcd. Bamdy, Winnipeg in mi:. San Diego, Cal.. in
1915, ami Tokm in iqi;.
KAKK SPECIMEN'
(Mn oi tin latest recipients ol
tin manifold largess m North
Vancouver, is tin Zoological
Gardens, London, England, according to a latt number ol iln
"Tillies," whnh stutts. "An in
ten stiii'; Loagicorn lm tic, probably   belonging lo tin   lamiK
I. ().  ().   F.
North Vaniouver Lodge
ss, meets every Thursdai t
ing, coiner I.onsdale avenue
First street, at 8 o'clotk. V
in*j 'brethren cordially invite
attend. Edwin Peers, N
Tims. S. Nve, Rec.-.iec; .1.
Pilling, Fin.-sec.
No
■inland
tsit-
ll to
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PROVINCIAL   ELECTIONS   ACT
RICHMOND  ELECTORAL   DISTRICT
I \Kl'. NnTit l*: thai I havi received objections in witting to tin lollowing names being ra
tained 01 placed on 'in List ol Voters lot iln  Richmond Electoral District, on tin grosads  >t-t
OppOSJtl   1 .nh 11.iln,
AND taki tioiiti that .it .1 Court til Revision to he held on the 1st day of Novembei
at On tiu ll,,11, North Vancouver, H 1    ..i tm o'clock m the lorenoon, l dull beat .unl <!. >, r-
.* n.i to   ' r  KM •  nthi 1  Prm (
**: -li. in .,-    -i. 1 -i-l! hai ndi !   I
I
|)hI     *        'I*'   * i,     ||,,| *|     II,   I*        ,   .
THOMAS SHEPHBED
•Ufistrai a,1 Voters lor Richmond Electoral District
LIST OF NAMES OBJECTED TO
!:*.■
No.
Aug,
NAME
Ft 1 in r
IK  Paonessu
■
lral*l.  01
Calling
(in tl
rn
Ulijt't'tinii
Hastings T S , Hasting    p 11       iiiiciii.ui       Not
Victoria rosd. South Vancouver labora       Not
Oattlieb Iluliaii     land street west, Vancouvei . „ brewai Kot
Willnlm Larson      loth avium, Smith Vancouver, carpenter, Nol
mil Crest ni
Amln. Sextro      De.uliii,ui's Maud lisliertnatt Not in
Julius I'miii      Deadm.m's Isl,.ml iishcrniaii Not m
Giai Blasich                   Deadman'i Islsad     iishermaii Not In
Domenlco Picinich     Deadman's Island     fbhermai Not In
lohn i.midon K.iiiiiu   ... 933 Hornby itrsst, Vanconver brotni Not in
British
liriiish
Hritish
British
Richmi
Kuhiiu
Kii Iiiii
Rii hm
K'.hn.
Subject
Subject
1"!
SU   ajlll
>nd E I)
mil K I)
md 1-: 1)
md l<; I)
.1 ti r. n
Olal Wetzell .-17, ud street,Nonh Vancouvei  real estati   Not British Subject
agent
1171  .lohn McDonald     1,-nn Valley, Worth Vanconvet   merchant         *t
*C denoti - tlmt persons objected to ceased, loi a period ol nil months, nest befon Uu bolt
Ing oi the Court oi Kt'-i 1 *   i" ii iii ui Kit hinuii'i Electoral District,
M,KIH • ■ • • DAIRY
VANCOUVER .  Wf*2\tm ■
Phone 126      Store 111 1st street west
I >.a 11 y   all'liUTV    1,1    Mill    Ullal  I'lYHHl
quality KiittHlili-iil
lltoi-bolM AI.liaiU.li.nl ( re.uifry tatMllUt
k*<* 1' r ■ • ,a 10.
I'ln.in* ISI       l.e.tr onliT*. ill al'ir*',
WM. PHILIP Prop,   j
North Vancoaver
Transfer   jg»
Cartage, Removal'*,
I Weel Delivery,
Stiirnjje
us    uicAHnNAui.it    riiinm
fell plume 70, Nighl ( alls 1.
WEDDING
RINGS
BCh.
Oil Clothe*
and
Rubber Boot*
Everything for tba wt weather.   Wa
have |u''iviili'il that you may secure
anv kunl of wear iliiring tin- damp
season.
Oilskins for the heavy worker, also
Heavy Gum Hoots, Capei ind Oilskins for the  hoy.     I 'riiveilt ties  for
the lighter wear nnd the Light Rub*
In r font for all wear.
■■ama—
\^\JL*2*,lVM.k
11.m's c lot Ii' nu.       l-'iiiin-h "L's.       M'-tt'n,   l-.iiiits, and
(Ilil,111   is  Huo'H   Old SIliM'S.
NI-XT TO M'RNS* MKAT KA1KBT
An* l filial (or, Inu "nt I-i »•>
im 11, v.t the I,ni -ex ire often
consulted ibout lhe pnrehese,
tn ihe) sli*' il.i In. Will*1.*"i;
ringi t annul he loo g *
quality—the) ire not everjdaj
i.m htsts    We hive iln 1	
In ,m Mt I id uold, RUit 1 '*" d
', ui a long lifetime. 1"
!:, 1 -it I. - "i riiiKi »ei 11 il)
iAt- ih, lead in vai rty, quality ami low prices. Buy JfOM
j, \m iit In it- imi it n »iH ft
the Iiest value lor your nimi. v.
GIMSSIE & CO.
-a,i8 Camliic Slreel
V.  II.  ITOMIY
W    I.   MIIKHI-i'S
Mt Ifrntl f'T Mlirt'iai-i', tile l.'.t
material lur null, nml cefllDfl
l'lione K90
W. H. STONEY ®, CO.
Sijlll*- of everv ilescri|itioil
Wallpapers, I'amls, Oils, Varnishes, do.
House Painting Gluing, Paper Hanging, KaUooaiuing
1 leeoiilliliL'. etc.
*?*?.?.?▼*?•#▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼*?▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼ fTVVffffff
NOR III  VAN' ul \ IK
B&K
I 1 ih   ibovs trade mark,
tin    • in ..I  .|iialiti.   on   your
cereal loads
We 111.11111l.il tnre the beet
Rolled Oats
mi tin mirket tod
l'«lll|al. 11,1
Propria low
STEAM
LAUNDRY
Everything nea ami up to-dite.     All classes of  laundry
work lm hotels, houses, individuals, etc.
First-clSH umk   nv   latest  and  best   methods.     Cit)   Ind
district delivery,    ModeraM charges
Haw lour I.aunlirv Wind done locally,
llllll Ull Id AND WORKS:
14th Slreet, (ast
*************** **4
DOWN IOWN llllll I
37 lonsdale Ave
n
Leave row ordi is with us foi
HAY, GRAIN
ANH   CHOI'
r,.aui|it Deliver)
S,tii'*(.i' ia* 11 1 luiriiiteed
n... Brackman-Ker
Milliwj Co.
Untiled.
I. '     *■   *
ai !'• 11 v  Lending
las ( hapn 01,   local Bsnsger.
lis
Cars   leave  lerry   landing for
all points, as lollows:
•6.15 a.m.
•6.45   "
*7.28    "
7-50 "
8.20 "
8.,so   "
9.30    "
9-45   "
After ivhich cais leave at ten
minntaa past the hour and twenty minutes to the hour until
midnight
\**i * ,  Sun
I'ui 1.1,,u.se Mountain uhe ih
l.Min Valley takr the Quecuslm
take the Keith Uoad car.
Cars leave Lonsdale Avenue,
Keith Road, and Queensbury
Avenue Terminals as follows:
•6.05 a.m.
•6.30  "
•7.00  "
*7-35   "
8.05   "
8-35   "
9.00  "
9.35   "
9-45   "
10.25   "
10.55   "
After ivhich cart |m . .< 1 —
mlnuii• '•' thr  iw 1  ie
I •   ! tr   iiiinillt-s   aft   1       ■   imu
until midnight.
e I.nn-.dale   Avenue   eai.      Kin
ry Avenue car.     For Capilano
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»»♦	
|8na|) in Lumi Valley||
■' 11
t foe-quarter sere block, mi Centi* Knad, cloie lo store ami ear line,
s*J7*"i, |75cash,the balance in fl, IJand L8monthi,
♦ Another unop in lynn Valh'V—1 acrwih D.L216H,$1078,  |fl78 J]
>
>
cash,  tin-  hahinee   inli anil l'i  inmiths.        Kor I   shoti  time only.
THESE ARE THE TWO BEST BU/S IN LYNN VALLEY
i
i Martinson & Co.
Rciil Estate iiiiii  Instiiivtec A.ccnti
SORTH VANCOUVER, R,C.
a   '
'I
'I THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Dated October, 1909
T. S. NYE
Agmmpttt
FOR SALE OF LAfJD
LOT   .
BLOCK
DISTRICT LOT 2026
NORTH VANCOUVER' DISTRICT.
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 4
POWER CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
Builders and
Contractor*
P. LARSON il  prepared to
supply
Lime, Brick,
Sand, Cement
And all kinds of Building
Material in quantities to suit
Md at reasonable prices.
—APPLY—
HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER
TELEPHONE No. 2,
General Contractor
CLEARING, (.RAPING,   EXCAVATING, Etc.
HortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
OOXDUCTID IT
THE MISSES DAWSON
Certlflcated Surgical, MrJi-il ind
Maternity Nurw
Oam tMt Out n sn»tam
For  Wim- apply  at tha Hoipital
Cor. 16th Strut A St. Antlraw'i Ay*.
PHONE  •«
ao viaar
EXPIRIENCB
_ M*NM
Disiana
Co«rioht»*c
Ainu Holtnf t ikilah md *«orirtami uw
Bilflkir MMi-uln oar opinion ft-M niLw aa
Uom .trt-ti. w-iO-laritfaniffllllW on l-MDM
Mnl tiaa. Quaat aaaaar lor Movtuf wuaaiaa.
J^s_ta_ tbwh llun a thnaatta
Scientific American.
k hMal-om.l J Ulu.trtt.al WaVavUr.   Una* cm-
nlttloa or any .citutmc joomu.  Twmi tot
 la,|i,»iyiii,pMUf«pnMla.  Bold Hr
KSSSm
LECTURES
ON "POULTRY HAlSlNli" HY MR. JULL
and
ON "DOMESTIC SCIENCE" BY MISS ROSE
Boy Wanted
To learn the printing trade.
Apply at
THIS OFFICE
JACK LOUTET     l« WcstmiBskr Land Bistrid
in' omsdue avi.  mouth -mncouvei*
iilt!   ■ l'liuur 47       Br.D.h Plmtif'"
K-lldtDCl Phum Llit
Oct your name In tht vacant apace.
Yon won't regret it
Pncei $250 up.
Agent for the Nye  Subdivision  at
NORTH LONSDALE
Branch to be opened Corner Queen St.
District of New Westminster
TAKE NOTICE that William
Robert  Stanley, of Vancouver,
occupution, rancher, intends to
apply for permission to purchase
the  following  described   lands;
}2o acres more or less, commencing at a post planted about 13
chains south of the south-east
corner of lot 1239, thence south
80 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence north 80 chains,  thence
west 40 chains more or less to
the point of commencement.
WM. ROBT STANLEY
per WM. DALZIEL DUKE
Agent
Dated August 24, 1909.     4-13
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
We can handle as many more.     If you are thinking of building
set us and talk the matter over
CAMPBELL i^ MILLER
205 Lonidale Av«. North V»n»oaT«r
Horticultural Hall
Saturday, October 23rd
at 8:00 o'clock, p.m.
Salety Deposit Bom to Rent.  Salety Deposit Boien to Rj
i in mn in e
Aouu tMOulav, TryiUi, Uquldetor -«M«lviri and AnI|»i>
Court Bindi Iimad
4°
INTEREST
Piid  on  dipoiiti, compound-*!
lour time* rwrlT.
Pmaa BoolH ImmWI
5l
i
r. S. BARNARD, Churrnu
HON. F.'CARTKR-COTTON, Chiirmin ol RieeiitiTt
F. J. P. OIBROS, Jlinit-a-r I. G. WAINWBICHT' <attatarj
Orinrille Mmiioni Block, cornir Kotxon iod Gnnnlle
P. 0. Box 903 phon* M9
SaUty bttpotit. Boiei to Rent.   Safety Deporit Bom to R<
NORTH V VSCOl V I U FERRY TIME KM I
[STEAMER ST. GEORGE
STR, NORTH VANl(ir\I.R
Leave Van.
Leave N. Van.
Leave N. Van.
Leave Van.
"6.20 a.m.
•6.45 a.m.
"6.20 a.m.
•h.45 Sl.lll.
7-30  "
7-50  "
•7.20   "
•8.00   "
!     8.30  «
8.50   "
*8.20   "
•8.50   "
9-15  "
9-45   "
9.20
9.45   "
10.15   "
10.45   "
10.15   "
10.45   »
11.15   "
"•45   "
11.15   "
n.45   "
12.15 p.m.
12.45 p.m.
12.15 P-1",
12.45 P-m.
1.15   "
l 45   "
I.I5
1.45   "
2.15  "
3-45  "
2.15   "
2-45  "
3-45   "
3-15   "
3-45   "
3-15   "
4-15   "
4.45   "
4-15   "
4-45   "
5-15   "
5-45  "
5->5
5-15   "
6.15   "
6-45   "
6.15   "
6.45   "
7*25  "
7-45  "
7-25   "
7-45   "
8.15  "
8*45   "
8.15   "
8.45   "
: 9.15 "
9-45  '
9-15   "
945   '
10.15 "
10.45  "
10.15  "
10.45  "
1 Ml.15 "
•11.45  "
11.15   "
12.00
1
* Not on Sundav.
1          Time Table subject to
1
chan ge without
notice.
NORTH VANCOUVER
Is an Ideal Spot
For Modern Monies
WE HAVE THE
THIRD LARGEST KOMI VARD
IN THE WORLD THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
ri11: i:\i'i.i.s.s
NoiTN V«M> >a| vu*.   It    C.
tl 00
H i i* ol -i in ian*.
Om rear
■*ii mln  ■
Tlir a* ml,)      . . ,'J.a
t'niiel Stile, .inal I orvli*n,|l,50peryi  r
.11 'VI* .11II. -l.v,     II III -
Taaisim lii.pi ii   inn n i ii -*1-
50 "-iai-1" i uuti weh iii-'*rii"ii.
1,'iiiiik .Van,.-, I  .     |1 "" pel iiiiTi p. r
ui.'iitli.
I,ivi, nn lium i. Si i i.i -   III days, |t|
SU days, 17.611
Ll .n Am mriaiXil    I ir-i   oi-' riaun, 10
, a*i,i. |.a*r in,     vat  I iU *    'Ui ial iii-i"
■  par line
i   .        ', i * *.* u  \i.». On
I  ,,\-      la' a   *l,l-  |*,*l lllll*,a*.a- la ll|-erti"ll
i a K.ile»  ar-
l.la.a I!,
\       >*,.* - .     ntraetadvertlseuienti
I .   Imi a- ul II *■ |aiin,.*r I'
ll',' ! Ilillglui ii-'ir. psbllcitii i.
il,  I -'I'
.N'aU I ll     \   IV
Da    I
'  9
NEW FI-KKV STKAMivK
l-1mn correspondenci which
h.is appeared ia the publii press
the fact has become evident
that exception is taken upon the
part fi shuii ni tin ratepayer!,
to the method adopted bj the
lm,ml ui dun luis iii ilu lot),
in procuring plana lot tin pro
posed iu» ferry iteamer, inu
iiunii as iln plans neu drawn
in the compan) 'i officei, Instead
oi having beea procured bj
means m calling ini competitive
plans.
in order that the ratepayer!
at largi maj tit assured lhat
this mattei waa given careful
and mature consideration In the
board ol directors, and that tlu
course uhlili tin- iillini,it, li
lolluiicil uas ,iilu|iiul advisedly
and u.l reason! which in Im
lust judgment ol the din
rendered it the most istiataci-
ot) courw i" pursue. Th*. i'.\
preaa has bet n placed ia posses*
simi ui ilu [acta, .md has been
reijllcslcil lu stale I belli lm   iih
una,iiii,.Da.ii ol iiu ratepayer!,
lni]Uiriis mi.   in.nli   I, *l|,    al
home snd abroad .is to tlu pro-
babk- coit  of  the competitive
SillllllC  .is  lidllills.       1*1,111   I I,ill-
iish; iiiaiiin architect! a ould
provide plans tree of charge il
ihey received tin contract for
building thc boat, but n Lhdi
plant wen rejected, the} would
expect to bc reimbursed i.n tin
plalls,  in  which   use    the   mst
ii ould he about >.-,s"", a leading
inui in Australia would submit
plans, mi condition thai the*
nm paid im* pet uin  oi  tin
ci^t  "1   lile   laual    built   ihould
thnt' plans not ta. accepted and
tin contract awarded lo ihem;
local paiius miu prepared   to
(llall plalls, ainl the basis sue;
gl 'ui WII live pel cilll lul
plans ainl  lUpeTVistOfl 1-imii
thisu investigations, iln com
lnuiiM plan uas nut considered
attractive from iln iiandpoinl
oi probabli cost,
inin «as iikivusi an import
ant, nun in ihe problem,       it
wi aid   ncccssaril)   column-   a
number iii wuks mi  perhaps
month  m i.n  .tii<i
i*idi, and loi undue! a i ,
u\i schiin, to advautagi and
n   v**' .nl    iuiperalivi
thai iln nm boal in readt foi
.sun., iiaih lim mason a As
aboui mn inuiiths will i" n
quired loi thi construction of
tin vessel, it uas considered iui-
practicabh lo folio* th. competitive scheme, unlesi tin mattei um poitponed foi oni
•Mi   lh.   .illni   hand,   il    «as
iolisni.lc.1  that   it   WOUld  I'e    nl
great advanlagi in havt iji,
plans di awn where tlui could
I" frequentl) in llu*
director!, .nnl ihe varioui th*.
tails could  Ik   (aleliilli   a,
' I'd ,i * iln i   alnsi        Willi,    ih,
board recognized iln fact, ihat
the) wen n"i   practical  boal
I it was nevi rthi li
tain thai it would be the dun
of the im.ml in approvi anv
plans that uere ultimately ad-
opted, in anv i.isc. It was also
thought that if competitive
plant uere received Irom a score
..I different toureei in different
part! nl the world, the probability ivniilil lie that no particulai plan would altogether  sun
llie boanl, aiul that in lhe lasl
analyiii .some accommodated
plan iiuulil hau* to in* adopted
and inu plaiis drawn, embodying the ideas uliuh the board
migiii wish to Incorporate in
the neu boat. It uas therefore
coniidered lhat a great  laving
ilil    llll'tll   111   pHM-JO   Jl|   PfUOaWl
tiiulais b\ having lhe plans)
drawn on the ground by men |
acquainted with local conditions!
and requirements, and under the
conilant atteatioa ol the directors,
in farther justification ol this
course, the boanl accepted n as|
a i.m ihat the general lines oi |
the Uen   bual  ilc-l'e ul necessity I
determined, to a very great talent bi the measurement! ul the
lerry steamer St. George.     In *
many    particulars,    such   a-,
breadth ui beam, curvature ui ]
ihe buws, freeboard ehi-iglit  a-1
bove lhe Hater;, etc.,  the lien
boat iiuubl be required to con- j
lorm tu the Jul nm mi bj   ihe
existing bual,    Because ul lllis, I
ilu s,ia|ie ai command in design-1:
mg lhe new   bual  iius  largely
restricted am! the problem much
simplilicd.
Thi director! considered ol the
greatest benefit, the lact  that
the) ucie privileged lo aiail
lllilllscivis nl  lhe leslllls 111 leT-
t) boat construction, arrived ai
by largi ainl wealth] ierry com-
paiius all along the l'acilic
coail, notably al ball Fraiuis
io and Seattle. The type ol
hill siiaiuuls in use al these
points, is lhc product of main
yean actual experiment, backed
up In unlimited iapnal lu pro
.illva. llii uli Insl ImaUs lur lhe
purpose The conditions exist-
in^ at these coast points aru
practically identical in all rcs-
pecti with those existing lucal-
ly. The sti alia is at pitsiiil _
use oa llnsi olher sysleuis lure
i an mile   inspected   byr a  coin-
petilit lullilllltlei  liom   Un* lueal
board, despatched ior that explicit purpose. The plans ul
the propoied nni liny  boal (ol-
I'.u iiusiie Um beat laa tana ol
Iln must mudcrii buals null III
Use un Sail I'lalklMu ha.l'bor.
The designer who wa.s employed i" illau tin pi.m.s ol lhe neu
boal Has a man ol undoubted
qualifications of a high order.
Ills   cxperiiiiu    coven     main
yean la practical   ihipbuiiding
ami inaiiui .mlulecture, during
i gn,.i portioa ol arhkh he uas
agaged in designing and building mm ships un lhe gn id lakes
in Ontario,    l.atci he accepted
a I"' iiimi as in.ii int.* (lesigini
lor llu C, I1. K , and in this capacity  ilesigllid  the deck   linlisis
oil llii S. S, I'iiiki'ss Churlotte.
A * In ill.   d. I alls nl  lOllstnii
Hull   nl   lllc   Hill   stiaihii.   il   is
iiiussari lo state only that she
Ull!   ai,HI,,||||   _   all   H'Spllts     to
Lloyda' qualificationi,wliich aie
ilu   stand.ml   in   the   ebippitt)!
llolld.   The plans an  bring sllb-
HERE IS A GOOD INVESTMENT
For the Man wiih small capital
rOR
$500 Cash
Mil  BALANCE AS RENT
Vou can buy .1 nice new home on 'ith street, facing South
large lot, price $2800
BUY NOW
and not when the railway comes and price will be $481)0
ELDER MURRAY CO.
MILLINERY
Smart Stylei
Wo. lemanihip Guaranteed
I'iirlimltr people will find ouritylis suited In tlieir tutc-i.    We
carry ih   ie motto.
"Style and Good Workmanship"
and wi- iniiet live up to it.    Your arte large or small receive!
rareful attention.
MISS  CURLE
21* lonsdale Avenue       North Vancouver
The    Sherwin-Williams    Paintt    Ceter
Earth
HEATERS
.^♦♦^ttwm^HW") *^**<r^>9*<-\r*9*<-9*^C<-**
THE LONSDALE PH ARM ACI
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   PRICES....
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US  A   TRIAL
NEXT ORDER.
P. S.
ON   YOUR
PHONE it)
THOMAS, Phm. P.
DRUGGIST
^a.'aa*.a'aa*a^aa;a.;aaJaa;a."a.*a.'aa;aaJaaJa*'aa*M*aa*aa*a a*a.*..*aa'aa
".**.**••".**»**•—••*.
-HMK-
Our large assortment ol HeatiiiR Stoves has just ir-
rived from the factory. We have ever,thing Irom the
cheapest air tight to to the most expensive hot blast.
Our prices are right and the stoves are the very best
made.
Paine  <& McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
wmMiwtyiplA
Sherwin-Williami   Paintt    Ceter   the    Earth
initted to Lloyds' board ol marine architects for llieir approval, in order thai the vessel
mav obtain elas.siliealion wilh
Llovds. Any changes suggest-
,.1 In this board will ol course
be made- in the plans ol the
boat.
The Bxprm is phased in give
iniiiili itv 10 the- above information in Uie mutual interests oi
lhe ratepayers and lhe board ol
directori ol the ferry coinpanv.
Diplock-Wright
Lumber Co.
DIMENSION LUMBER
8HIPLAP
RU8TIC
SHINGLES
LATH
FINISHING LUMBER
BTC., ETC.
Our prion un fight,
LET />• GIVE YOU A
FU HUE US VOUR
LUMRER BILL
:'ave your Piano by having
an Expert  do your Tuning
T. BRADLEY-TAYLOR
260  Second   St.,  West
Work tiiiaranler.l.
I'll
limp a |"i«inl ami
If/33 ALIi'i: )l. STEEDEl
Kxporien.-,-! TKACHKK 01   .MUSIC |
Ccrtifli-ale fmm I., i|,ti j I 'nii^t-rvatiiriiiin
Tuition in Kniilish, maeb ami (iermiin
Puplll prepared  fnr tciii-hera' un.l University Tturitn'ttit
LjUWU uiv. ii at pupil's re-si'leii.c
Terms Mi
A'l'lrf..:—t'apilam
■ I.T.I t.-.
Nnrlh Van.'iuur.
REV. H. E. HOWES
M'HIIIUI IM MISSIONARY
May be coosulted daily Irom n
a. ni. to 7 p. in iu small room,
a Hall l iplanade.
I7th Street, Nurth Vancouver
A SNAP
I'nl P. ACRES CL0SB TO LONSDALE AVE.
This will make a good lubdivwion.
Prices and ttrms right.
ALEXANDER SMITH b CO.
Lonidale Avenue, near Ferry
Phonen-Office 24 Houso 22
Stanley
Heights
THE BEAUTY SPOT Of NORTH VANCOUVER
Situated on the Beautiful Sunny Southern Slopes overlooking Hurrard Inlet,
and our fair city,
LARGE VIEW LOTS $100
CORNERS
$120
TERMS-$5.00 Cash:  $5.00 per month or $125 per week*
NO INTEREST NO TAXES
N.B.—On Saturday, Oetobet Uth, tt 1.30 p>m ibtrp, Otir launch leaves
Biliingagata wharf Quit eaat of North Vancouver ferry whtrf) for Stanley
Height!. We will be pleased to furnish transportation Iii nny persons desiring lo see tin- property, yuite i number have already made arrangement! tii
■in. We will be pleased to have you join the party. Ample BOOOmmodation
will be furnished. We have two streets with a 10-ft. grade on our property
which gives you an opportunity to know what W! have to offer. Call and get
one of our descriptive circulars.
Jones fr Franklin
PHONE 970
Note change in address to
449 I -2 Pender St. W.      open evenings !'"
Good
News
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Queensbury Heights
NORTH VANCOUVER
Lots in lliis sub-division are 50 x 140 at least.    Th.-y command a magnificent view in all directions.
Water, Light and Phone are on the property
All Streets are Open and will soon be Graded
Only I 1-2 blocks from the Queensbury Ave. Car
This  is the  last   chance you have of buying  so near in
the terms arcs
1-4 cash,  balance in six quarterly payments at 7 per cent.
j. J. woods ts co.
Phone 45 5 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver       i.Jj, H°-d§
P. O.   Box   140
Cardinall
No 1 xi me uou Ior not
BUYING THAT   PIANO
Contraclinn lor several liiiii'lrfil
pirn10tJ375.no In .<.( in nu tradi-;
nt .1 lue; cut Inun Ma'nilni'tiireis'
\\ luili-.air I'riccs, enables us to
ship in
CARLOAD LOTS
ami liy tin iw luMen •>-■
ta in," living I" us iiiauv iloliars
in lrei(*lits al'ti-, we are now
silling
Popular   Dependable   P anos
*-*75   iiiju    |jm   $325
|6 I'D  tll $10.1)0 || *|   lllallllll
Wlnn>ou deal wiih ns -ou gel llie
Inst thai I in La nuill PiahoI oh-
( IM IN WWIIHK I.anahi, Imi Ind
liy 38 VI* IK*,   I K.I, In Al. I Xl'l Kll n 1
»nd au aliundance  of capital, can
give.
NEWS OF THE PROVINCE
KAMLOOPS
A new 20 box Gaiiicive-11 lire
alarm system is to bc installed
in this city, at a cost of upwards of $4,500.
1 householders who are at present
I disqualified, under the municipal clauses act.
It is authoritatively reported
that the Canadian Northern
Railway will be iu Kamloops
within two years, and that from
this city the road will follow
the Thompson and the Fraser
rivers to the coast.
REVELSTOKE
In the judgment of expert
iiiiiiiii); men who have examined
thu deposits, the mica deposits
of the Hig, Ilend country give
promise oi developing to proportions that will place litem
among the leading mica producers of the world.
The electors pronounced favorably on the bylaw to borrow
SHAIKH) for thc improvement of
the city power plant. The voir
stood 20K in favor of Uie bylaw
71 against and 2 spoiled ballots.
NELSON
Nelson street railway stock to
the amount of *f 17,850 has been
subscribed, leaving only 57,150
to complete the $25,000 necessary to render the loan bylaw
operative. Aii ofler of 99*4 has
been received for the $25,000
proposed bond issue by the company.
A movement is on foot to establish a co-operative store in
this city. Thc matter wa.s discussed at an enthusiastic meeting recently held ,<f Unse interested in thc project.
ROSSLAND
Three diamond drills are now
in operation in Le K01 mine, on
dillercnt levels, and indications
are favorable to satisfactory results.
The Velvet mine, which has
been idle far several years, has
been disposed of under a working bond, aud operations will
begin at once.
VICTORIA
lt is reported that tin Inun
cial returns oi the annual Iall
fair, will show a delicil ol $,S"m>
notwithstanding the fact that
the city council assisted to the
extent of $5o<x) and the provincial government to Um amount
of iio.ooo.
A change ol management Is
imminent in Koyal .lul-ilce- hospital, due to iinsatislactorv linancial conditions. There at
room rents on the books unpaid
amounting to $22,000.
Montelius Piano House, Ltd   T,he city council l"^0"" t(1
collect a road tax of li per :in-
niim, in order to make voters
out  of   the   large   number   ol
4 4*1 441 M.alaaa,,   0*0 Writ
Vinrouver,       ■       •        B.C.
The quadrennial general conference of the Methodist church
in Canada will be held in this
city, commencing August loth,
1)10.
The city treasurer's report lor
nine months of the present vans
shows receipts |$33>403 JJ and
disbnrsements to that amount,
less $10,452, thc amount ol toA
in hand.
The last contract lor the mn
struc'tion of a section of IJ mil's
of the-Alberni branch ol tin B
& N. Hy. was let recentlv to a
lirm of Calgary contractors
Thc Royal Rank of Canada
has taken out a permit tor the
erection ol a splendid modern
bank building in this city, at a
cost ol $45,000.
W. Rogers, who accidentally
shot himself in the fool sometime ago, has sullicieuily recovered to be able to resumu his
duties as conductor on the local
system ol the Ii. C, BL K>. Cu
CHURCH SERVICES
Metliodist church, corner 4U1
and St. George's avenue:—
Services at n a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Sunday school al Moodyville at
II a.m. Prayer meeting Wed-
lesday it 7.30 p.m. I'astor.
Rev. B. H. llalderslon, H.A.
Lynn Valley Institute Hull -
Services every Sunday morning at 11, and evening at 7 p.m.
St. John the Evangelist, 7U1
and 13th streets:—
Holy lommuniou li a.m.;
morning prayer 11 a.m., cun
ng prayer 7 p. m* (In tin
lirsl Sunday 111 thc inoiilli tlui 1
will lie a second celebration ol
lhc holy communion at 11 a.m.
Rector: Kev   Hugh BoOftf,
Services ,it Sl. Clement's lull
Lynn Vallc-: Morning puui
11 a.m.; evening prayer 7 p.in
Priest-in-eharge: Kev. II. II
Gillies.
St. Andrew'i 1'rei.b) lei un
ihurih, blh slreet:—
Services at  ll a.m. and 7.311
p.m.    Sunday school 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on \Ui1ihmI.i\,
at 8 o'clock.     Pastm.   Iff, 1
I). Gillam, M.A.
North Vancouver Calh-die In
dian Mission:—
Sunday  Services   M.iss al <i
a.m. Sunday school at 2.30 p.m.
Benediction at 3 p.m     PMtOl
Kev. lv Pcytavin, O.M.I.V.G.
Baptist Church, cor. 5II1 and
St. George —
Sabbath school at 2 p.m Ser-j
vices at 3 p.m. and at 7.30 p.m. j
FOR TIUT
THANKSGIVING DINNER
GET ONE UF 01'K
EXTENSION TABLES
Special values from $9 to $30
Sideboards and Buffets
NEW STOCK JIM KKCKIVKI)
$13 to $43
CHAIRS
30c. and up
34 Hid J6 l.,,r,.d«la> Av*.
V
Tkey mike food because they're*  \-^
Bide food   wilh Kvnlteo rein'     ^Jr
practical piial-nakiai mind ialc
Ibi-m. Tkir cemr ■■>«. "*•'better lidoon or oil. ind lul loifcr.
fMllxbepaiil-aWireii
V
Mi,-,™ the ood A Hiil ryVt-kr Ibe lime il will lut id      I
~.ii.t,a_,ot-osim "'« Miammami 1 (ill world to      ik
Pure     j
Paints Q
IGOLM  GOL _*1
lliili iilorti colon \m trnn om ta- li v* to
-iid Mde to MlirtJa
.-frUtlNtobiiT iold aaier tftoto tM-* OUAI.
kKTU tai <din pw»'« *■» *—**
■Ilod  lo wil   poor  tliat*.
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■run vims 1
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North   Vancouver   Hardware   Company
LOCAL  AGENTS ■iik express, korth Vancouver.
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KAILWAY CHARTERS
DON'T
EORGET
Wl *ii».n- • arry hi Itock
SWIFTS PREMIUM
HAMS and BACON
also
PREMIUM COOKED
HAMS
mi I thnt onr prim i iiiiin-t l»-
beaten.
C.R.HICKM4N
GROCER
Lmisilali- Ave mnl 'Mil !*t
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Und OaniiK, Slump nul Knok
r*l«a|iii|. Kllra rare n»tr h*nu->«.
All a|«ni»*ii'. muli. aj.K.I
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Ir°r Good Photos I
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Prices ii-ii.iinrilil >
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Flour
Goodness
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highest s' iiiiilu   iknl  anal   , ,i
Storige   .ilia.'i in iiii 1. ■ -
■I in j nui ln-ine in pi*; I-''
a on hi "ii li is .. limn thit is '11*
[11. ni and -ni'' nm.
Apart Iiniii i'ii*-. lim al Standard
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sa 1     i*.,, 11 |, I,   lack 1 *nii iini ■
111 Hiving 1 ui am opportunity
liii'i, ham
If yon lm *  nn' won y< I,    ou wii*
n,i I i.ih'* 'Iai In   imuilg the  inane
Short, niii'l' r.ii.'ii rrordsd letten on
lopiei >,1 fenunl public Intereit mil be
[luLJIilieel in I'io. Euilaa,
Nn rniinniiiiii'iiiiiiii pnbllihed ixcepl
■ ur ligutun I'i iinli-r.
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Editor l\\plcss;
Sir, —  Herewith   please   liml
copj "1 .rn  optn letter  which
u as iiiailul imi,-j in ihi* mayoi
ami council ill iln* citj ill Nurlli
VjllcOUVCl.
1 inisi yotl mil ilceiii lhc mallei ui suiiuum public Interest
tu Tiie* il publication.
Tliiinkinj; lull, I Ktnain.yottn
trvly,
CHAS. If. KITTSON
15th itreet, Nortli Vancouver
To ilu Uayor tnd Council:
Gentlemen,—1 have- been requested by smiili 1 ratepayers ol
the- eity ol Xorih Vancouver, lo
request iuu tu give uu answer
ItO the iollOWinj i| ■ :s I'*lis
I 1st. Prior to the S. S. St,
Georgi going Into —t hands oi
tin* Wallace shipyards (oi it
pairs, the- cosl ol which in lhc
my na.s in ilu* vicinity <>i six
thousand dollars, wereestimatea
ul the probable coat obtained
irom ilu* above mentioned, w
any other firmi
2nd. During thc time the- s.
S. St. Ge01 ge uas being repaired as .lluni  Stated,  what    lias
iln   proportion   ol   tin   total
Wages ul ilk  Wallace- shipyards
charged to thc St. George job,
and iln amount charged against
tin* other ei iul'
jrd, As the* uiiiiiiil ihortll
niiiiid ashing the* ratepayers to
sanction the expenditure oi s
purpose- of having an additional
bout nintt) thousand dollars Ior
luiv buat built, iiill the}    llii
council) state- wnether the plans
and specifications tor the. pn>-
|iose-il iu iv ii-rri boat emanated
inun properly qualified aaval
archill 111
41I1. Win ban liuiiiliuls ul
yards ol sidewalks bun constructed nut oi general revenue
ami some residents and owners
hau* bun refused the same accommodation ninn ilm nad ni
(enii in pai (or such under tlu
local improvement bylaw?
5th. As tin- present council
bave bicn making certain lm
provements out n general revenne, do iini intend to reimburse ami relieve (roan future
liabilit} those ratepayers who
have made thc same description
ul improvements under the local
improvement bylaw?
Thanking you in anticipation
!<>( an early reply, 1 remain.
jvuurs uuh,
(.HAS. 11. KITTSON
i   Korth Vancouver, im. toth
ACCIDENT AVERTED
A serious  .in idem   n ss n.n
ninii ,iiuiul mi tin waterfront
Oil   Tlll-.ll,II     ,ill, lllni'll. A    lull
boal containing tun <keup.int-
.1 bin    allil  a girl,   pulled     llll11
I .iri.ii'i uh,ni, ami in assaying
In alight,  the 1,'irl  missed   lui
iniiiili-; ami lill inlo tin* u .il, i
Hampered in a In e\ j coat. slu
uas pi,nin.illi helpless, whili
llll    Ullllp.llllllll   ,l|   |a, . a T ■  ■ 1    lia   ! I , I *. .
losl uiiiiiiil 1,1 ih, lni.il ill thi
excitement, ami could not hau
bun ni .mi   assistance.    Foi
lunalili    l.i i,  Wlul'iu   ami    I)
Atchison happened in bc near at
hand, ami rushing i" the assis
tance ni ilu sinking girl, ri i ti
ad lm innn Ini perilous condi
lum Under ilnn directions,
iln youth managed in wort the
boal. uou pi a iu ilh hll,i| u nh
Watei.  up In  iln   u ball  ami    In
make his ismp,.
An Interesting return lium the
dominion records is tu hand,
showing   lhe   lailu.ii    charters
granted since January ist, 1900,
nihil lhan tin* Grand Trunk,thc
Grand Trunk Pacific, ihe Canadian Northern ami the- Canadian Pacific railwa} companies,
shun mi;   those   whose  powers
have lapsed, tile length ul each
ul the proposed mails ami
li.un Ins, the dale ul ihalters
,unl ninn,iU, il ,1111, ainl the*
total mileage ((instructed.
The tulal number ul charters
granted uas 117, covering an
aggregate ul 40677 miles.
(II these 117 ih.liters. 16 have
lapsed, representing a total ol
- \12 miles.
Sh renewals ol charters ur portions thereof have- been granted,
representing a total mileage oi
; I95.<5*
I   onlv  13 oi uic-se companies
have actually dune- any Construction work, and the total
mileage built by   all   ul   Ihese-,
reaches only 477.
Tin- return is dated April 1st,
iauy.
m;w   WESTMINSTEI
Tin- total attendance at uiu-
animal exhibition this year ivas
44,143 „s against so;a63 laat
veil, aiiil the total receipts
'were (13,614.90 as against $12,-
853.30 last vear. The next exhibition will be- held beginning
Tuesday, October 41I1, 1910.
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LADIES' CREAM
WOOL COATS
In   . ami nn ilium lengths just arrived irom the- east.
Stilish and lonilortahle, prices right.
iim  Hosier}  Department is verv complete and onr line
nl all iniul boys' hose is specially to he noted Irom
Ine lo sue.
Penman's underwear in all sizes at Vancouver prices.
Kiderdown fur dressing gowns 6w per yard, while and
colors.
DRESSMAKING 'AV THE ITEMISES.
CU A 11/fC   PIONEER DRY GOODS,
Nil A WW   X   Gent'Furnishing: and Fancy
Store.  Cor. 2nd & Lonsdale
I   s I'AIII.ISIII.il l,,,,J
ARE YOL GOING TO BUILD ?
Coma i() u* fnr the money aim re-pay it
to suit yourself
BY MONTHY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOIS KOK SALE
ALEXANDER & MACNAGHTEN
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
ui Lonsdale Avenue
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Gates' Wharf
inui  nl   KOGERS AVE
NOKTH VANCOUVER
Docklge lm Sleamcrs
W.iuiii-u.i Accommodation Ior all puipui.es
bAHmS imt, BRICK,  CIHINi, GRAVEL
COAL and LIMBER
Gi   I   ' livered if desired. l'rompt service
m\ it DFFin; <u mu
Hi   ll   Rooms  12 and   IJ,   Hack   llluck,   Vancouver
PHONE 136
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VANCOUVEI I' '
PIANO TUNING
The main mi 111 r ol planus in
iln uii and district will be
pleased to know thai there is
nirai .u,nl.ilile ,1 thoroughly
practical resident piano tuner
T. Hiadlii   Taylor, holding  a
dinlot&a  llulll  llie-  Niles  I,nam
iiuiul ul piano tuning,at Grand
Rapids,   Alnli.,  and,  wlm until
his removal to ihis dtj  prai
tised in Vancouvi 1.  has  laken
up his  11 lidtnci   al   160  md
strut west, and is pup,in il   in
nivr  expert   attention   to   all
'pianoi intrusted tu bit 1 arc.
Canyon View Hotel
caimla.no
THE FINEST TOURIST RESORT ON THE
B C COAST
AUTOMOBILE STAGE meeti every car at end of Keith
I*  1*1 l Ine, North Vani ourir,
Haiti s j • 50 p« diy snd ttpttsi is.
r LAI
iMpiiilni
I-*  CAM Ml ORa
Manager
NORTH SHORE PRESS, LTD.
"I
JJ9 First Street, E.
Phone 80
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Foreign  $1.50
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Correspondence Solicited
Choice City Lots-Cleared
CHESTERFIELD AVENUE between Keith Road and 8th itreet,
a few 50 foot lots. Price J1200 each, terms one-fourth cash,
balance in 6, 12 and 18 months.
qth and RIDGEWAY. Double corner. Price $1500. Terms one-
fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 months,
14TH STREET, in Block 52. Two lots each size 50 x 156 ft. Price
1523 t-ach.    Terms one-third cash, balance in b and 12 months
15TH STREET. Two lots in block 52, each size 50 x 156 ft. Price
)5oo each.   Terms one-third cash, balance in 6 and 12 monthi
4TH a.id SUTHERLAND. Corner. Price fiooo. Terms one-
fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 uiunths,
3rd and SUTHERLAND. Double corner. Finest view in the
City. Price 12500. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12
and 18 months.
12TH STREET, in Block 83. Lots size 50 x 157 feet. Price |6oo
each.   Terms, one-third cash, balance in b and 12 months.
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, full sized lot only J1500, all caih
VICTORIA PARK in Block 113, corner. Price JI2000. Terms,
one-fourth cash, balance in b, 12 and 18 months.
OTTAWA GARDENS.   A few choice lots at lirst cost.
GRAND BOULEVARD. Choice oi all the unsold lots it firit
pricis.   Select neighborhood.   Building restrictions.
BEAUTIFUL HARBOR VIEW TRACT. A few lull sized lots
yet obtainable (at first cost.) Prices from * 175 to (250 each.
Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in b, 12 and 18 months.
LONSDALE AVENUE. A few remaining lots at first cost. Prices
from <475 to fjuo each. Terms, one-third cish, balance in b
and 12 months.
KEITH ROAD. Corner in block 5. Price $715, Terms one-fifth
cash, balance in eight quatterly payments.
Semi-Business Property
KEITH ROAD AND JONES AVENUE. Corner size box 140 ft.
Price $2000. Terms, one-fourth cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18
months.
LONSDALE AVENUE in heart of the City. Site for business
block.   Size 100 ft. x 130 ft.   Price only £9000.
West Capilano
A few choice acreage tracts at prices that insure a handsome profit.
Lynn  Valley
Acreage tracts and blocks at less than one half the prices per acre of
adjoining lands that are subdivided and being sold in lots.
Estates
As we ire Sole Agents for thc sale of properties and a large number
ol l-'.'-i a 1 u in the City and District intending purchasers get
the benefit of first prices as well as thc largest list of North
Vancouver properties to choose from.
We hive llio 1 good lilt ol property fronting on waterfront, 1st, 2nd
and 3rd streets.   A (ew snips at less than prevailing prices.
FIRE INSURANCE in reliable companiei.
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.D. 1906, under the Companies' Act 1897 and Amending Acts, wilh chief plice of buiiness in North Vincouver, B.C.)
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Telephone 15
LOCAL NKW8
Gentleman wishes furnished
room with private family. Close-
to ferry. Address C. W. B.,
North Vancouver P. 0.
The Merry Widow club will
hold the first of their series of
dances in the Horticultural hall
this (Friday) evening.
The Girl's Branch of the I A.
of thc church of St. John lhc-
Evangelist, purpose holding an
entertainment, in the form ol
living pictures in the Horticul-
tural hall on the evening ot
Wednesday, November 3rd.
The annual general meeting ol
the ratepayers' association, announced ior Monday evening
next, is postponed for one week
on account oi Monday being a
holiday, and Larson's pavilion
not being available.
William Morden and family
will leave the latter part of next
week to spend the winter in
Lower California, with head-
quarters at Los Angeles. Mr.
Mm den intends having his motor car shipped south wilh him
and expects to tour extensively
in the souih during the winter
months.
W. A. Wadliams, manager of
the Skeena River Commercial
Company, returned some weeks
ago Irolll his duties in the- north
and has removed his family to
this city from Vancouver. Mr.
Wadliams is favorably impressed with the advantages of the
climatic on this side of the Inlet
Nt V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, seasonl909-l9IO
Kvery Tuesday—Class.    Sons of Scotland
Oct. 22—Dance.    Merry Widow Club.
Oct. 25—Dance. North Vancouver Lodge, No. 55,
I.O.O.F.
Nov.   j—Tableaux.   Girls' Branch W. A.
Nov.   5—Dance.    L.O.L., No. [840
Nov. 12—Danoe.    Merry Widow Club.
Nov, 17-18—Charlies' Aunt.    N.V. Dramatic Club.
Nov. 26—Dance.    Merry Widow Club.
Nov. 30—Dance. St. Andrews and Caledonian Society.
Dec.   9—Dance.    Horticultural Society
Dec. 17—Dance.   Merry Widow Club
Dec. 31—Dance.    Mem Widmi Club
Jan. 12—Annual Meeting Horticultural Society
b. TYLER, Vcrc tart),
>r toW. L. KEENE, President, 15th St., 'phone 23
FAIRVIEW ESQUIMAU GREENHOUSES
l.li., Ur, I
i-lliiiri'H
CUT FLOWERS
in tam 11 at IowmI price*.     Give ui a trial lor
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
601 flatting* St., W. Vancouver, B.C
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY
The quarter of Burarrd Inlet which was developed by thc Canadian Pacific Railway,  wilh
It of Urge Customs revenue to Canada, no longer satisfies the requirements of the Dominion.
I
Sargent & Pierce is the- style
of the latest addition to the
business firms of the city. A.U
Sargc-nl, the senior member ol
the firm is a prominent citizen
of long residence at North Vancouver, and Geo. R. Pierce is a
man oi experience in the brokerage business, and was until
recently, connected with thc
lirm ul Henry Kvcs & Co. The
new firm will carry on a lire insurance and real estate business
with their office on 3rd street,
west ol Lonsdale avenue,
Lipo Valley Lumber Co.
Are prepared to deliver at shortest notice
;   , :   all kinds of    :    :   :    :   ,
Rough  ami   DreH»ecl
LUMBER
Citi| Office, 39 LoiuMWe Ave.   Phont -lb
P.O. AtMCMl       LYNN CREfH, K.C.
result
The time has come wh.-n the interests of the PROVINCE AND 1>< (MINION
ALIKE DEMAND TIIK DEVELOPMENT OF GREATER BURRARD INLET, OF WHICH NORTH VANCOUVKR CITY IS TIIK CENTRE AND
FOCUS.
North Vincouver hu 10 mills of witcrfroctage available for industries, shipping and railway baiet.
The Canadian Government hai voted fcoo.ooo, also 16,400 per mile for bridging the Inlet
and connecting North Vancouver by rail with Vincouver.
The Dominion Minister ol Public Works stated this summer on the Coast that if necessary
he would favor additional Government assistance to complete this bridge, and the expediting of
thii connecting link, available by all railroads, now engigei North Vancouver City and the
neighboring municipalities with the approval of the Provincial Government
THK FERRY SYSTEM AT I'RKSKNT CONNECTING WITH VANCOU'
VER IS UNDEK CONTROL OF NORTH VANCOUVER CITY, AND KXTRA BOAT AND WHARFAQI ARK NOW BEING ARRANGED FOR.
The Canadian Meiican Pacific Steimthip Compiny, having selected and used North Vancouver 11 the objective point lor their mignihcent liner " Lonsdale," Nurik Vancouver's nfln i.il
lile is 1 port hss begun. As far 11 human judgment can sir North Vineouver'l proffeu is
inevitably certain Those in the counlry best able to pidgi- have expressed anticipation that
■he will be to Vincouver whit Birkenhead is to Liverpool, and may eventually do a iliippiug
buiiness lirger than that done* on the Vancouver aide.
North Vancouver'! population and building are inresuntly increasing Ild Grand
HiHilevird 11 the Ingest nn the American continent, and her real estate oilers opportunities to
investors which cannol be bettered, ind ire possibly unequalled on the Pacific Coast.
Mipi ind printed informition 11 to the City of North  Vancouver mil be supplied on
application to
North Vancouver Und 6 Improvement Co., t":
Mahon, Hcfarland 6 Mahon, Ltd., I lij., Official Aqeot*
CORSER RENDER AND SEYMOUR STREETS, VANCOUVER, R.C. THE EXPRESS. NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
The List issue ol the B, C, Gi
/etie contains thc following ap
pdiiituicius W.iltii Niii'l, ni
Port Ellington, to be .1 Justiei
ul the 1'i.ki, Edward J, Wilson
oi Vancouver, to bc .1 luperin
Undent under thc children'i pro
lection act; Thus* W   Heme, ol
11,1/cliuii, to be .i-.sis.sui and
collectoi im OiniiHi.i diitrict;
\\. S, Drewerj*, m Nelson, C.K.,
U.C.I.,8., ti- be iliiei water com*
lillssiDiici;  l.eli l.s A.   I,ell is  attd
.luhn .1. Jones,  iii  Nee,   ttisi
minster,  in In  uieiiiliels ul  tin
board ol  managers  oi  Royal
Columbian  Huspital; lieu   .U.ll
tm and Cuthbert tt Itigby, ol
Vancouver, to in notai iei pub-
Ik.
The iiiuilniiiiis ol competition
[or tin Nobel Peace priate ol thc
Norwegian parliament are pub-
llslieil.
Certificate! oi incorporation
bavi   imu  issued  as  follows;
yuatsinii 1 oal Co., I.iil., capital
Si.iaiiH, , Tin Call Creek I.iiiiilu 1 Cu , l.ul., capital >ij
ci.uiii 1 reek Mining Co., l.ul*.
capital $500,000; Empire Steve
doriag Co * Ltd., capital m -
000; Cm.tali,m Sumner lion
\\"iks, l.ul., capital >-\s" *
The iiill.uiin-; licensa ban
Nun lssiiul in extra-provincial
companies; 'flu Williams,Greene
I Rome in., ui Hei lm, i.td. 1
capital Siv'.ia,,.. National Snull
lu . Liil , ui Uontreal, capital
I,.111     I    llla.ll,\*    l  1. allll   |]|
turanci Co., of London, Eng
land, capital .'..'.'luu.i.'aa, Noi ih
tin Trusts Cu. ol Winnipeg,
capital S.'.ihiii.i.m.
Hedley Gold Mining 1 a . ,,1
Wilmington, Delaware, capital
I . is registered  as an
extra provincial compaaj
Um Thuiupsuii, ol Barker-,
villi*, uakea application iur 11
Hiiiii   lul  ul  lealc-r   per   sei mnl
om ui Stephen'! m-ek, a tribu-
tarj ui Sugai creek, ami nlso
iur ini iiiiiii iui per second out
ui 1 ooper link, another iribu-
t.m ul Sugai creek.
'■l.utJim .Uiiliin,,,u\, the Ii.n
risun River Shingli Co   ol Il.u
riM.n.   ami   1),   1*    .\I    IVrkins.
nic-rihaiit ui Missiuii Cm. have
assigned nn iln benefit ui their
e I, iilt<irs.
ll.C. SCI ill', l'r,a|,ri,*i,ir
1 f, *// nml ■■ mftrtt Oath 'f Qttrtttu,
I'm:*    li.i ni I'rntlufli,.  b'lntir mil I'rrtl,
Yi.jitn   .... t'|   , fa 11 un inu.il
D   Mat,  '**aan   |a„r|.a,i Ihl   a ,11
'i-i. knli I! ;n! n( Mm torn
,\   '.    I'ii ici'iiver
\\   J. BALMAIN
a IVII,    I.M.INrtl'.H
i-i, H ii    MiriTj-i r awl Architect
MIU III   VANCOUVER.
BY-LAW No. S3
'ePS=>$
IMMIGRATION
J Obed Smith, dominion im-
migratioa agent in London, h-
centl) gave thi lollowing sia
ustus lor luh. to a visitor m
h,s office tr..,;, ilus province    CoUW aty Ferriei Limitul in
.uh, inun., ,„ ,I„K las, vcarl|k.u.,.llls-()|  lh, Slll,(hl|(.   an.
there uere 2,K„   entries   us   a- ,  lQ  iim,  „„.„„   r
A BY-LAV tu enable iik* Corporation ul the Uly ul Neinii
i ancouver tu guarantei  Uw
payment ot, ami the mteaai
on, debenture! io be iuttcd by
the  Nurth   Vancouver   Citj
1-crrics, Limited, to die extent
ui one Hundred and Twenty*
Eight   Ihonaand   (fi28,u(-",
Dollars and interest iheieun.
MU-.kl-.AS ihe North Vancouver   Cite    ferries   limited
have represented iu the Municipal Council ol ilu citj ol North
\ ancouver that the said 1.0111-
jj.un propose iu erect a permanent wharf, lloat,  bridge   i.M
buildingi at the southerly  end
ui Lonidale Avenue in the Citj
a,1 North \ ancouver, and buildingi uu tin  Companj s uhi-i
premises in ihe City ui Vancouver, and lu expend oil lhc said
whari, Boat, bridge and build-
ingi approximately the mu  m
Thirty -i'lie- I huiisalii! iV,**,,"""
li us, ami also lu build a iWW
md modern Petrj Steamer with
a stul hull ami to expend approximate^ Ninetj Three Thousand ($93, ii Dollan m su do-
nij;, ,uid have entered Into aa
agreement iiith the Ciiy oi
Nm ih Vancouver providing m-
le!  alia lot  the construction   ol
siiji whari, Boat, bridge, buildingi ami modern Ferrj steamer.
AM) WHEREAS it ,s expedient to grant aid .0 i'.i saul
cuiupani as requested;
THEREFORE thc Maun ji I
Aldermen ol the 11". ol North
Vancoaver in Coun ii asstinbltd
neilh the assent oi tile electurs
Ol  lile said City dill.   unlallleu.
111.1c I  11 lollous:
III     lt shall lie iai- I'll lur iln-
Council ui the City oi Ni rlli
Vancoaver to enur into in
agreement with the Nortn Van
or and City Clark, and the Corporate Seal ol the City to be steadied thereto,
(3) Authority is hereby
granted the- Council ol the said
City lu assess and levy Irom
tune to lime upon the whole-
rateable properly ol the municipality a sum sullicieltt to discharge the debt ur c-ngageinc-nt
hereby contracted or any pail
or parts thereof.
(A) This lly-law shall come
inlo ellect on the day
oi November A, D. lyuy.
This By-lai may be cited fur
all purposes as "ilie terry Improvements Aid Hy-laiv, iyoy.'
Passed by lhe Council on lllc
Twentieth day ul October, A. IJ.
IU09.
Received tllc assent oi the
Klectors of the Ciiy ol .N'orih
Vancouver at aa election heul
lor the purpose on lhe
day of November A. D. iyoy.
Reconsidered,   adopted    and
linally   pasted by the   Council,
signed by the Mayor and ciiy
Clerk, and sealed null lhe Cor-
jioratc Seal on the
day ol November A. 1). lyoy.
san-.mi.i-;
gams,  1,248 this year   a mt 111-
lllls  He lan ,  In   11 hull  '.I'e :**il(l
(■-•isi  ui  1,411 iur the month   <•    1 -,     .
a..c iiiuiiui. (_,,„,,  lu A,.t.    in consideration
ihe iigmes im iln lirst icven
monthi ui this Mar ami last
yeai wen .is follows:
Jaaaaij         , tot 1,453
iyoy iyoS
Februarj     1,364 1,420
1     1,59] 1 B6j
April                 . : r*j .-,,s-
"•)         J,M3 '.773
•him       iaos --;;
Jllll                                    .     J.JjS ..S|-
Total nui
fi.l.ll    Ilia. I    .1   a |,'|a,S
1 iiinn,ilm ui tins, nn
oi ihe Citj  guaranteeing   pay
iiunl ui ami tin iniere.si un debenture! tu be issued b\ tl.i wid
Companj lur an amount not exceeding One Hundred and '. ■• 1-
t\ Eight   Thouaand   (f 128,1	
Dollars lu lorthwith alter dis-
posal ul siuli debentures by iiie
Company,   erect  a permanent
nh,ill. Boat, bridge and building! at the southerly end ul
Lonsdale Avenue in the Cm ol
Norih Vancouvei, and building!
mi .In Company's wharl premises iu the City oi Vancouver,
alsu bmld a inn   and  modern
ill   Suiith gaii   tii.   '",','; Xamci to be used in COB
.lllllll
Iiiii aii tin figure! iui July,
ulun iimi  were  1,-Is entriei,
in ili   > .nu classed   as
persons who had
■ 1;, entrj  1 Newfoundland
■ a l anadiani who re*
l num the tinted States,
■ Am, in .ms,  507  English,
Scotch, J7 Irish. '.' French
11 li'Igians, ; Swiss, j Italians
; Roumanian!,  *. Syriani,  -s
Get tuitro Huttgarf-
I Holandira, <s Danes, jo
Icelandi is, 73 Swedes, Rl Norwegians,  H;   fu  ■**iir    and   1
N.W  /i.ilamler.
nection with the tern service
nmi being operated bj thi Companj ami giving a direct meani
ui communication between the
Citj ui North Vancouver and
1J11 Citj "I Vancouver and other
su Hulls,  and  to 1 \p.11.l  all am-
mini ui One Hundred and Twenty-Eight Thousand ($128,000)
Dullars m 10 iluing.
Ii shall be lawlul lur the
Mayor nf the City and the City
Clerk on the execution ol ilu
said agreement by the said
North Vancouver City ferries
Limited to guarantee the pay-
inin. ni ,iml the Interest on ihe
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    debenture's  to  be  issued   bv  the
In Ladies Aid socivt) ol thelaaid Company for an amount
Mclhodin ihuiili iniiml holding nol exceeding One Hundred and
an entertainment  in  the lorm Twenty Eight Thousand (fi28(-
ol a uliiiiu doodle and pumpkin 000) Dullars. said guarantee to
lal  in ilu .iliuli build in given bj waj ol a wparati
1 bond ".  guarantee or by en
inbel (tli     In ail'lni' -a ob tin ,1,1,, inures sn
■ '1  lav  tin- saul   CoO-
IS   veill   1"   1 ,,,i\   thl  saul bund nr nidutsc
led meat tu \n executed bj :h M..y-
TH1S AGREEMENT nude 111
duplicate llie
day of iu the
year oi uur Lord One Thousand
-Nine Hundred and Nine.
BETWEEN
THE   NOKTH   VANCOUVER
CITV   FERRIES    LIMITED,
hc-reiiiallcr called "'lhe Coinpanv** OF THE ONE PART:
AND
THE CITV OF NOKTIl VANCOUVER,    hereinafter   called
"The City" 01  THK OTHER
PART:
WIIKKKAS lhc Coinpanv is
incorporated under the "companies Act IB97" lor lhe purpose of carrying on inter alia
lhe operation ol a lerry service-
giving direct means ul communication between the Ciiy ol
Nurth Vaiicuiiver aud the- Ciiy
ut Vancuuver and olher sections
AND WHEREAS the Company is desiiuus 01 improving
the said lerry service by erecting a permanent whari, Boat,
bridge   and   buildings   at   ihe
sulllllerll end ol Lonsdale Avenue in the Cm nl Norlh Vaniouver, and buildings on thu
Company'! wharl premises 111
the City oi Vancouver, also bj
building a new and modern Ferry Steamer witli a steel hull,
anil ior llial purpose il is Meet*
sary ior the Compaay to borrow money;
AND WHEREAS lhe Cumpaiiy has nqocsted the Council
ol lhe Cilv to grant aid to the
said Company by guaranteeing
lhe payment ol and lhe interest
on debentures ol the Company
for an amount not exeeeding
One Hundred and Twelity-Kiglu
Thousand (f 128,000) Dollars inr
the purpose of enabling the
Compaay to   borrow   the   saul
amount and construct the- said
improvements, and the Council
ol the City have agreed 10 sub-
mil a By-law to the Kate-pavers
ol the City authorising the
granting ol such aid to lhe
Company by lhe Cilv guaranteeing payment ol and the luu-rcsi
on lhe said debciiuire-s upon the
execution by lhe Company ol
lhe present Agreement.
NOW THIS AGREEMENT
WITNESSETH that in consid-
ii.iiinn uf lhe City guaranteeing payment ol and the- Interest
on the said debentures in manner hereinafter mentioned, the
Compaay agree- with the Ciiy in
milliner iullowjng, that is in
say,
(I) The procee-ils tn be real-
i/i'd by the Cuiupany from the
sale oi the said debentures shall
be used ill the erection nf a permanent wharl, float, bridge and
buildings at the southerly end
of Lonsdale Avenue in the City
ol North Vancouver, and building! on the Company1! whari
l>re-mises ill the City ol Vancouver, the- estimated cosl ot the
same being approximately Thirty-Five Thousand ($35,000) dullars, and in the building nl a
new and modern Ferrv steamer
with a steel hull tn b.  uatd   in
connection with the ferry serviie bow being operated by  the
Cninpanv between the Cities ol
North Vancouver and Vaiiiuiiver, the estimated cusi whereof
is approximately Ninety-Three
Thousand (J*93,ooo) Dollars.
O Thl debenture? tn b. issued be the Company are to be
repayable in forty years and the
interest thereon at lhe rate ol
live per cent per annum.
(3) The Company shall provide annually the sum ol One
Thousand Three Hundred and
Forly-Seven ($1,347) Hollars lor
the purpose ol forming a sinking lund lur the payment ol Unsaid debentures ami the sum oi
'Six Thousand Four Hundred
I($6,400) Dollars Ior the pay-
Imeiit ol the interest at lhe rate
'aforesaid lo become due on such
debentures during the currency
[thereol. The sinking lund shall
be placed to a special account 111
a bank at North Vancouver, it
b,iug understood however, that
Hln sinking lund or any part
thereof wilh the consent ol Uu>
ICiiy Council ol North Vaacoa-
jver may bc invested 111 mait-
gages or some other approved
oi security.
(A) The Council of the said
Cilv shall in pursuance ol the
powers vested in them by Statute guarantee the payment ol
and the interest   on   debenlines
ui the Compaay to the extent
ol One Hundred and Twenty-
Eight Thousand ($128,000) Dollars and interest thcieun ami in
the event ol the revenues or prolils from the said Ierry service
llul being sufficient to provide in
any one year the above sums ol
>CM7 and $b.|ou, and the City is
required to provide such sums or
any part thereol, then the Cumpaiiy will issue to the City lor
and 111 respect ol such sum or
sums as may be provided by it
an equivalent amount ol shares
in the capital stock ol lhe said
Company.
ij) The said debentures are
to be secured 011 all lhe property
ami assels oi lhc Coiiipaui.
lb) The monies to be realised from the sale of the said de-
bililurcs shall be deposited to a
spinal account in a Hank al
Norlh Vancouver and shall be
used and applied OtUj 111 and towards the erection nl the said
permanent wharf, float, bridge
aud buildings, and iu lhe building of the said (erry steamer.
(7) The Company agree to
begin the work uf creeling the
said permanent wharl, lloat,
bridge and buildings, and the
building ol the said ferry steamer forthwith alter the disposal
ol the said debeliluies
|u) The Company agree to
pay all expenses legal and otherwise incurred by the Citv in
connection wiih this matter including the submission ol the
necessary By-law to the ralc-
paiers of lhc- City.
DT WITNESS WHEREOF the
parties hereto have hereunto set
their hands and seals the dav,
month and year lirsl above
written.
The Corporate Seal
ol   lhe-  North   Vancoiiver City   Ferries    >. u I
Limited, was herctin-     '       I
lo allixed in the presence ol;
The Corporate Seal
ol the City of North     "*" ,
Vancouvei was lure-    ) ■«■" ,
unto  allixed  in  the     "■*•«
presence ol:
Tnke  Notice
TAKK NOTICK that the a-
bovc is a line mpv ul the proposed By-law upon which llu
vote oi ihe Elector! ol ilm Municipality ol the City ol North
Vancouver will bc taken on
Wednesday, the ird day ul November, ic/oy, at the Cilv Hall.
North Vancouver, 1!. C., between the hours of nine o'clock
a.m., and seven o'clock p.m.
THOMAS BH8PHERD
City Clerk
PUBLIC NOTICK is hereby
given that lhe vote ol the Elector! of the City ol North Vancouver will be taken on Wednesday, the 3rd day of November,
1404, between the hours ol nine
o'clock a.m. and seven o'clock
p.m., on the "Ferry Improvements Aid By-law, 1909*' nnd
lhat within the City Hall,North
Vancouver, B. C, and that
Thomas Shepherd has been appointed Returning Officer, to
take the vote nl such Klectors,
with lite usual powers in that
behall.
BV ORDEB ol th. Council.
WM, II   MAV,
Miyor
THOMAS SHEPHERD
City Clerk
A
fEW
SNAPS
50-foot  Lot on Fifth Street
Clone to [aSHaUe Avenue, IIXX), one-
third cith, balance (I and 12.
50-foot Lot Close to Lonsdale
Nearly cleared, )'"'"    $66 canh, lialancn
(111 par Math, no ioti-n-at.
Special Snap—Close to
Waterfront
Cleared and dun- to proponed bridge.
1250.   $1U0 caah, luelaui-i- ll, 12 and IK.
C. E. LAWSON
Keil Estate- Specialist 15 Lonsdile Ave.
Phone 70
PALACE
HOTEL
Rates:
ll.oo per and up.
Special rates to families and   to regular
boarders	
finesi Roor GDeii on M
ft****     —
l> I
' raw
REDA & ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Sicond Strut,   -   -   -   -   NORTH   VANCOUVER, B. C.
This is not Stanley Heights, it is in the city of North
Vancouver
Lots 41 x 120 feet on 19th Street
Price $143 to $163 each.
Tunis M] cash, balance- $10 per month.
I VWW    \1 A I I TV     '"'■l' b*S "ii Center Street am! Fr'-di-riek
Llllll   T.ALLLI— K...I.I.  Mee HOO. law, K mt, Ul-
—————————————aitii- ii. 1.' aiinl ,h uionllia
MAY&BURNS
Real Bltate aud Financial Agaati
JOB PRINTING
IF you arc in uaed of any Lodga
Stationary, roehu By-1. ; \
Letter Haadi, Envalopaa, etc., or
if vmi rci|iiire Billheads, l^tate-
nniits, PrOfTtmmea, Invitations,
Wadding Cabioata, I'amjihlotB,
Booklet--, Receipta, Poatart,
Dodgara, Menus, or anything in
tin- limiting line, send your onler
iu to this ollice. The work will
be first-class and the prices will
be right.
THE EXPRESS
Pioneer
Bakery _^
S. H. Walker,  -   Proprietor
Fresh Breid daily delivered
to all parts of the city.     ,
16 loivts for >i
4 for 15 cents.
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
HIGH GRADE CAKE
PASTRY, ETC.
PIONEER BAKERY
phonf. 8        71 Lonsdale Ave
Preserving Fruits
IN SK.VSdN
Full stock of Fresh (irocerien
nnd Daiiy Produce,
AUiarta (lovi-riiniiiil fri'minr-* llnller
Mb brisk ("Mi hi*
e        New* Laid Kyif. *in<'. par 'I*/* i
IMI WELCOME P4RLOR
J. nn 1 m 11. Pro|>.
65 Lonsdale Avenue.
For Fall Planting
II11II1. Irom the bent European and
Japan po*M
lliaim* BW*fl Iruit ami nriinim-ntal
tret--., itruwn nn iip-lan.l toil without ir*
ri|ati'in, in ilm only part of the American continent not int. >t->.l with the San
Jose wale.
Garden, Field an.l Flower Se-eda—tested atock Irom the belt growers In the
world.
Wire Fencing aad Gates.
tfprav Tumps, Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Cut Flowers, Spraying Materials,
etc.
White Labor only.
New 157 page Catalogue free.
M. I. HENRY
QnanhMM ami Si-ei I houses,
IIOIli Wenmiii.ti-r Road, Vancouver B.C
llruiii'li Nur-i*rv    South liimouver
Hoard of Trade
North Vancouver Bosrd ol
Trade meets the third Tuesday
of ench month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesday ol each month. D. G.
Dick, President ; J. R. J. Mur-
rsy, Secretary. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
GROCERIES
PROVlSIOf.S
boots and shoes
oeNts' fUrNisHiNgs
Our aim is to give ntMlCtion
to our customers.
Our delivery Roe-, to all purls uf
tin- citjf, II ymi have no tele-
-alioiie leave y.uir name and
our delivery will call.
DODDS c
TYSON
Telephone 41
Cor. 8th St. and Lon-tdile
nn
3rd street, cor Lonsdale ave
BLAC (SMITHING
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
ETC., ETC.
Tool Sharpening a.pecialty
wavs and tni-ans of securing the
, necessary co-ope-ratioti ol the
doininiuii and provincial governments, and the adjacent cities
and municipalities for the pur-
The lirst regular meeting of ^_ 0, ,inantiug| e^wBtnf,
tlm board ol trade- since the an- and tarry...*r t0 completion as
nual meeting, was held 111 the s(J0U u pgjjy, y_\_ gn_i pub-
city hall, Tuesday evening.        |Uc uroJe(;l w1ik1i 1s o1 such ma\.
There were- present: l'reside-nt importance lo the- couiiniircial
W. J. Irwin, Secretary J, K. J, am| industrial growth nol only
Murray, Treasurer II. A. Shaw, 0- t|le cities and districts on
and 1). G. Dick, Alex. Philip, both shores ol Burrard Inlet,but
Alex. Smith, A. G. Perry, J •'also llie province of British Lol-
W. Donaldson, Angus Cameron, 'unibia, and in a more general
C. W. Morrison and Geo. H. way the dominion ol Canada.
Morden. IOne-half of this,   the   greatest
New members as follows were and best harbor on Canada's
proposed and duly elected: P. l'acilic seaboard, cannot be lul-
Ward, David Lawson, Angus ly utiliad ior commercial and
Cameron and John 0, 1-urine r.   industrial  purposes  until  rail-
The president reported that roads are given access by means
the committal appointed lo ar- ol this bridge. Our boaiel has
range for a secretary, recom- already .n.ioised llus 1mp0Ti.ini
mended the appointment ol J. project, Iorwarded petitions to
G. Farmer to the position. On «*• dominion government, aud
motion, the appointment was sent delegations to the provm-
confirmed. cla' government, and this work
President I. J. Irwin favored has brought lorlh, wc believe,
the board with a thoughtl.il and "» «00^ l™ _ a P"*I»u,n-
comprehensive inaugural address «>' *_ti **1 "*•" *• T_*
as follows: wlU be Pa"Kular>)* opportune
_ , ,  .        .,    lor earning to a successlul con-
It is customary that at the d^m\h* nccwsar . arra„Kc.
commencement 0 each fiscal ^^ fa lhe Klua, buUd o|
year the newly   elected  ollicers ^ bnd
lhe appoinliueiit oi a harbor
of our board of trade give   an
outtlinc of proposed lines of ac
tivity and work during the com- ^""uiss.o.i and thc earning on
ing 'year,   and   this  l.e.ng   the * -*-* improvements by the
commencement   ol  the   |)uar,|s Jominion  govern.iieiit we uust
fourth year, I shall endeavor to _- ^ ** Prov,ded lor dunl,K
oiler a'few suggestions regard- ^ «™H )^-
ing matters which come within     l bthm' ll ls »P*tSBt that
our scope, and pertain to the
progress and greater prosperity
ol our fair city and district in
particular and the- province in
general.
COAL
NEW WI-.f.l.lNGTONCoai
direct fri.m the mi,,p..
Plme 1 o'ir iinl'T. now lad
nainr, yetntwinter', supply.
I »r|* iliipm ni." «ill arrive
in ., law oar*. I'Hcm ri»ht
Una a.ip'ply of ivimii
nlmji on kin'l    ....
P.    LARSON
Hotel North Vancouver    .
Telephone No. a.
110 extension ot time in the
matter ol existing railway charters through our city and district be granted, unless tinelcr
the most   .stringent  conditions,
as to the actual coiiiiiiciicciuciu
0  primary importance li the — tarryl o, Cllllslm.ll0„
early construction of the rati- _.mk h'£ lmmcdlttU ,ulurc.
way, vehicular and ge.,..,al tr.,1- ,,rtxmJ s al Uluwa •„ lhl!>
he bridge across  he- second ,iar- ^OOiA receive the care-
rows of Burrard Inlet, and    he-  m\am     ol our board|
lieve that our energies should lie1    ,
largely concentrated in devising ; ±_V_* K"d«  wf«°"   r"ad
1 should be constructed irom Bur-
I* ■  ■"    ■ ■*  — 'md Inlet northward  through
the coasl division ol lhe mam-
laud ol British Columbia lo the
noriherly boundary ol the produce, cither tolioiung or Keeping as near to as may be piac-
«IUiha|.otMi,H.,„»,„t -.aHpaP-mi. titoJAo lhe l'acilic seaboard and
tnre, si , turn-,,. I'.ienk «n,l liter Hi- westerly boundary ol ine maili-
tarc-a, i:.|ai.ann| in-iiii.iir.nciie.. \\__ ol t|,e province. Such a
lWTi'i'.tsi iv 11,1 ' tmtamtSiaiSU—mtt road >uU|j uc yi ureal value 111
<ila|a,-.l|i  !-rh,„.l 1 0
um *->di,l..,c 1 rendering   more   accessible   our
MAIL ORIiKK? given proiniit attantiun I .     ,
*      '     ' vast umber and mineral resoui-
11.
.1/.1
fnrlu
uf
RHiiiiond Klt'r|or.il District
by given
1 shall, on Monday, the ist day
ol November, 1904, at the hour
of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at
the Citv Hall, North Vancouver, B."C, hold a Court ol Revision, for the purpose of hearing and determining any and all
objections to the retention of
any name or names on Uie Register of Voters for the Richmond
Electoral District.
Dated   at   North   Vancouver,
this 22nd day of Sept ember, 1909
THOMAS SHEPHERD
Registrar of Voters  for  the
Richmond Electoral District.
 : ces, promoting se*Uleiiictii,   and
r     n    .      j cl     n      -i      enabling more elhciciil work  in
For Boot and .Shoe Repairing pr^ou 0i forest Ira.
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MII.I.S
Pioneer Boot Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City
A.i It HI jllll II    ll'ljll .    '*.   I   .   CaSal
A IU'IUTUA T
hi Slreel,  /-.'   of SI   Ainlrewn
• iirth I'diieiuiit r
ATENTS
We i-nltHt Ihf bu«'nru of Minufacturfrv
B^ipffnaadtHHttwl imllnl .(••iviMbit-
i'y ' f having tlMr Patent fm- :    * ttsn-victr'
l*-y Kiper!*.   h» :.:rl!»ry«dvi-•■ t
f ritratfc Oirlnv^Hor'i A 1 Ivi    "•'    t
>'«t Marion ft Mvl-*n, K*-{"i1   ;    vVorltliii
l.-'«   Mii'if*-*'    .»■' H'a.tii,   ■t-.n   1)1^    I, ~*
HERE
-   mierfiriH n-n  Lont lile
RatwMu nia iii'l Ml -i"** 'a.
The North Vancouver Piano Co. &
school or MUSIC
Will iall rou aiiTjiiiitriiment nanted an<l toted '"» limv in \i)aj
tin-in     l.,'n,*i> ya'iir I'iiiini tiiniiii; urili-r. ut iliia |.Ih..>.
Call and .co u-t.   Kiiny tcrniB Htllllni to jOt.
AU, GOODS ANII WoliK < i l* A KA NTK Kit
Phone 37
Artistic Designs Sound Workmanship
Moderate Prices
LAW A KNOWLES
A.RCHITOCT8   AM)   Bl ll.l>i:ns
P.O. Box 26
We Can Design and We Can Build
The cost of this road though
large-, would be a tutte UUM
compared with the value ol the
numerous advantages coulcrrcd
., in opening up and developing
lhe province, and more parncu-
  laili the portion which is naturally tributary lo tins hjtfbor.
'this wagon road would be 01
necessity a work lor the piovin-
cial government to undertake al
the expense ol the province.
lu the matter of linaiieing the
same at the minimum cosl, 11
mighl be lound leaslblc lo utilise available convict labor in the-
uiiistruction ol the greater pari,
ol the- road. This methoil has
linn lound successlul and eminently salislaetory during llu-
past lew years 111 other places,
notably across the border in llu*
state ol Washington.
The opening ol new roads and
streets, and the improvement ol
existing OHM 111 Uic dtj -iikI
disliiil is ol Mil great tinport-
.11m in promoting sctUe-mint,
and  if North   V.iiH"*,* , r   is   ir,
|et iti jnai khan of M1 ivttleri
.ind I.*, p Uxwt 1 ho or, heft, h
is isseiillal ihal work on a
much more extensive scale he
undertaken and carried through
in the coming year, and it is
hoped that the councils oi the
city ami district will wake up
111 regard to their duties and re-
spiiiisihiluie-s in respect to this,
the most important ol all their
(iiiiilu duties.
The- growth and settlement ed
North Vancouver demands active work in the matter ol electric tramline extensions to the
lorth, east and west, and We
hope there will be no delay in
ci.rvmg to completion the- extension ol thc Lynn Valley line
H hum uiidirt.iken.
The Capilano and other beautilul sctnii ii'snrts which attract
thousands of tourists, arc well
norlhy of cariine coniiectiein at
the present time, and wc trust
that another year will not pass
without a mighty  eflort  being
made to secure these necessary-
lines.
Additional postal facilitius are
required for our growing community. Requisitions should
be immediately forwarded to
the proper dominion authorities
calling for the erection of a public building as a general post
oflice and customs oflice, centrally situated and of such size
as would reasonably providq for
our city's growth during the
next ten years.
Public mailing boxes throughout the city should also be provided and mail regularly collected from these boxes.
Provision should be made hy
our civic authorities for improving and beautifying our public
parks. This work should be
commenced and pushed ahead
vigorously this coming year.
The material improvement of
the- ferry service under'the management of the present directorate is very gratifying, and we
hope for many additional improvements in the near luture,
such as will more fully provide
for the rapidly increasing traffic, vii.: greater frequency of
ferries from terminals and better accommodation on the ferries and at terminals. This will
naturally involve a considerable
expenditure in constructing at
least one additional ferry, and
a suitable wharf at North Vancouver terminn-j.
In concluding, I beg to thank
the officers anil members of this
board of trade for their confidence reposed in me by electing
me to the important office of
president f'.r this term. It shall
bc my earnest endeavor to do
all in my lower to make successful thc wor*. of the coming
year, but I would here point
out that the mr.isurc of that
success will depend very largely
if not altogether, on the united
active work and assistance of
the entire iiici'ibership ol the
board as well as the officers
whom you have elected to the
executive committee, and I also
would urge upon all members
the importance of attending the
meetings and taking an active
interest and part in its deliberations, and securing as many additional members as possible
during the year.
W. J. IRWIN
On motion, the thanks of the
board was tendered the president for his excellent address.
Alex. Philip, chairman of the
committee on commerce and industries, referred to the proposed board of harbor commissioners, and dwelt particularly on
the desirability of working in
conjunction with Vancouver as
far as possible and likewise of
expediting the movement to the
utmost possible extent. For this
purpose he moved lhat thc Vancouver board of trade lie requested to confer with a committee
from this board at an early date
with respect to the movement.
A spirited discussion arose
upon the best method of procedure, the opinion meeting with
considerable favor,that it would
be desirable, if it were feasible,
to have a harbor board constituted for the North Shore exclusively.
The motion was ultimately
carried, and a committee appointed consisting of the president, and Messrs. Philip, Jackson, D. G. Dick and Mayor W.
H May and Councillor C. Robson, Reeve McNaught will likewise Im; requested to accompany
tht committee. It was further
decided that all members 0? bV
board oi trade- who can do ao.
. invited to attend at the conference, when arranged.
Angus Cameron directed the
attention of the board to the
lact that the map regularly distributed Irom the oflice ol the
dominion immigration agent in
London,does not mention North
Vancouver. The matter was referred to the commitU-c on publicity and information.
The matter of a trunk road
from thc south to the north ol
the province, contiguous to the
coast, was referred to the committee on public improvements
The unsatisfactory and dangerous nature of tlie approaches
to the lorry landing on the Vancouver side, was discussed, and
on motion the committee on
transportation was nuaptn. U>
.onler with the ferry directors
with a view to securing sale and
uninterrupted means ol comniu-
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
MUSIC
319 Pender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
ARCHITECTS
Prof. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms i and 4 Elki' Hall, Cor.
Robson and Granville Streets.
All Initrumenti.      Phone 2530
Phone 463
W. WAITT & CO., LTD.
558 Granville Street
E.STANLEY MITTON.ll.I.C.A Pianos
ARCHITECT
619 Halting! Street Wut,
VANCOUVER, B.
AUCTIONEERS
A. U  BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
66 Hastings itreet west
11 the oaly auctioneer who will
pay ipot cash before the sale 11
conducted
bARRlSTEHS
F. C. SALNDERS	
Barriiter, Solicitor, iNotary
Public. Member ol the ban
oi Britiih Columbia and Quebec. Room 9 Empire Building, 6".' Haitingi it. weit.
Vancoaver, B.C
Talking Machinei -
Muiic Goodi
The oldest music house in B. C.
MR II. A. POWELL
is open to receive pupils lur
instruction on the* Violin,
'Cello and Contra Bass.
Wry painstaking ve ith children.     Music copied neatly.
O'Brien Hall,    Comer Hastings
and Homer Streets.
Phone L.-2t>ai.
LADIES' HAIRORESSING
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barruteri, Solicitor!, etc.
Roomi 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Street
Phone 996
S. D. SchulU        C. S. Arnold
MADAMK HUMIMIKKY.S kit ju-1
imllHl a largi- .e-iccnnn ni Hair QaM*
.-«itches ol llu- Ih-sl unalitv ami lowed
(i-ieea. Call and in.|.i-ci il ynu are in
11 1 il af MM, Tnu-wer, M if, Tranalnr-
malii'iii** ina.it- by un t-i|n-rl oil Iln-
•burta-M i".nc.-. P"r *.-"■)' and lailnl
hair untiling can cicl Mury X. * a.. ■ 1 ■ 1-
man'- Iinir rmlnrer, $1 UU per bollli-.
Hair living and lilcacliiii|f, lacial luui,-
-*-!?, tii-alp irt-aiiiii-ni lur laelici and
Pliraa,. aiMllWUraMB, M.niij-o.uuk and niauicur-
inone liwpj   tkTir,,|iMB   i,,r  tin* removal  ul
 a .-unurttuoua hair ttt
MAIM ME UUMl'HhEYS
5»l» Ijraueiii' Mr.ct
uprictANS
BAIHS
Kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sti.
The .only up-to-date and reliable bath houie in Britiih Co-
luaibia-
We enre where otheri fail.
Satiifactioa guaranteed or ao
pay. Plaia bathi, electric bathi,
ihower bathi, manage for body, scalp aad face; electro therapeutic bathi a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin, Germany
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Optician
All work guaranteed
Consultation Iree
49 Hasting! itreet weit
Opp. Cameraphone ihealrc
PHOTOGRAPHERS
MARTEL'S  STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHERS -
ii] Haitiagi Street Weit,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
The belt equipped itudio on the
toa.it. Phone 3228
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Haitingi St. W.
■ nidi •  Gr.il.il  Wi.li.n  School
L J. Sprott, B.A., • * tliaiger
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIO
Family Group Specialist!
Cabinet iiie, J3 per doien
Cor. Carrall and Cordova sts.
A. SAVARD, Proprietor
PICTURE FRAMING
PITMAN'S
Bualnefts College
633 Seymour st., Vancouver
Day ichool open all the year
round.    Night Khool commenc- KmP f"»«JFJ*
es September 8th.
PICTURE FRAMING
Wi have the largeit itock oi
moulding! in B.C.to lelect irom
10 when yoa want iraming done
cheap aad well get our prices.
BAILEY BROS. CO. LTD.,
540 Granville aad 138 Cordova
HEAL ESTATE
EAST  VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
CHIROPRACTIC
1 haria[*r.ril* ia  tit  a.11 j m.thol .1,1. l„ ;,*
r.l..n*l  mii.i.f 111- i-.-J.. i,l dIKiK    Bom.
HI   tl) ['.llll 1*11   ll>.a..|C'    ..   I   HiraaJ,,.! ill        Tht
onl? < blrnprtrior In v., .* ,i**r >, Ofo,|.
r.T.na ll.C . al' • l"t **l l laira,[.ra, In ). gr.'lu.n-*
r»linriacl,«'a nl Thlri'lT-ai-lir, I'.v.utviir-, lul*.
"Uic. ra-uin In, < oureii'iuM Mot**-, Ml Rnttum
altMl, l'laa"lf I.C* II'"'" I I'l L CoDIUllt
tlnn illd fit mill. In, li Irr..
For particulari apply lo
MORDEN & THORNTON
Phont 8ij     440 Homer Street
DETECTIVE AGENCIES   —  ,
Canadian Deteclive Bureau:--
Ollices everywhere
Vincouver elltlcc       '2M l-inpirt- Rlnck |
M llaa-tlllK* Hi. »t*"t. I'liaalll* 2716
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
Yorkshire Guarantee &
Securities Corporation LU
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND U01TGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
B. Kerr Houlgate - - - Manager
DYEINO ANDCLEANINQ
PERTH DYE WORKS
Anderion H Hilton, Proprietors
Dyeing, Cleaning, Pressing
Ladies' drcises, silks,   lacci   a
specialty
SALE 4 BREWITT
Agenti, North Vancouver
RESTAURANTS
All North Vancouver peoplo
eat at
! LEONARD'S
Either Flack Block or Hastings itreet, opposite ihe new
Poit Office. Leonard sells hii
tea by the pound.
GROCERS
WATCHMAKEHS
CHEAPS1DE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
English  practical  watchmaker;
Est al.i 1 ilinl 1KH9
Specialty,   repairing
Groceries aad Proviiiona
Wholesale ind Retiil I
nication between tlje ferrv land.J 116 Haitiagi St. (downitain^ iWOODROOFE,
ing and Alexander street". Delivery Ttewlayi ad Frtdayi 1 >
Carrall Street THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
DISTRICT COUNCIL
Continued Iroiu Pag! Tin
lollows     Clearing > }iexi, grad
ing and ditching >.|",    rock
e.ut and grading $73,500, briiljj
ing 147,520, total $164,120; i'<
pairs to present road from iiti
lilllilS,   Mh.aaiaai;   .(111,II ,111,.   ul   Ull
per cent loi contingencies, >i\-
060; ^1.unl total "i estimated
coat, > 198,180.
tin motion it «.is resolved lo
request the Capilano preperti
owners' association and othei
interested parties to confer with
thc council on the evening ol
1    .< nh insl, at s p m.
Diatrict i lerk I'hilip lubmii
ted Ins  iin. ml reporl with  re
gard i" the polling on thi In
Luis submit/led to the ratepayer!, declaring all three  bylaws
eluli carried
Tbe respective bi law a lor a
general loan ol $jo,ooo, and lot
tin- Improvement ol Centn road
aiiil Lonsdale avenue nol th.weri
ii.nl a List   tune   and   linalli
p.issed.
li n,is resolved lo call loi
tenders (or tin purchase ui the
debenture bond!, tenden to bi
111 hand b\ November is next.
li uas resolved to call for
tenders for the grading of Lonsdale avenue north and ol Cnu.
road, lenderi to lie in hand b)
tlu* next regulal meeting of tin
council,
A .inli signed petition of pro-
part)    owneri,  waa mbmitted
ioi ■ inlaii tu borrow >; -
iui iiii construction ol the Eaat
Capilano   waterworks   lystem.
Tile lleiess.Ui ba.ill In lan Mas
introduced ainl given three 11.ol-
inn. A waterworks regulation!
Inlaw. relative to tlic new district uas likewise introduced
and dull passu!.
A memorandum ..( topics pn
pared bj lb« reeve and 'the distri. 1 .Ink. im- submission .it
tin* approaching convention ol
V H.C. Municipalities, was laid
eiii ibe tabic anu! consideration
uas ilii.ii. I until tin nexl
meeting,
Ke.ii Al. Naught m,is appoint-,
ul delegate tn tin entertainment,
committee in connection with |
tlie approaching convention  "i
the U.B.C Ui
.1. Bunker m.is appointed fore-
111,111 at the quarry ul a .salari
ui J75 per month, his duties to
iiii hide supervision ol all the-
work undertaken by thu roek
breaker, the roller and steam
wagon,
The    reeve   was   appointed   a
committee to confer with the it.
C. Electric railway company,
with  reference to all matters
pel taming lu the pipe line load
in lieu ni the tram extension.
Future arrangement! with rea-
pea to ihe engineer'! department, in view of tin resignation
oi Diitrict Engineer Duiial. 1
Cameron, were diactuaed, and
the matter Mas laid over until
the next meeting,
Cuttiietl tiun adjourned,
J. J. McALEECE
DRY GOODS AND GEN IS FURNISHINGS
Uislrut ol North \tiiuouver
WUS llnl kOM) WORK
TKNDEUS arc Invited by thc
Diitrict Council for clearing,
grading and boulevarding Lonsdale a\i nm ' north a and Centre
road, extending I, ("J feet and
1,335 feet respectively,
Copies of Specifications and
forms ni Tender can bc had at
tlu Distriet Municipal Office,
uInn sealed tenden with guarantee deposit! musl be lodged
not later than ; o'clock on llie
|tli November, 1909.
ALKX, PHILIP, CMC
KEITH BLOCK
LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
We are showing especially attractive line of new (all  goods in
everv department, the chief feature being the exlieuiclv low prices
quoted for our highest grade goods.
l..iilii>* black jet collar-, e.cli     75c. and t,I ne)
ladle.' jet ami hack i-hiiiW, all tn mind He,
Jet hn tta .n - nil An-* from, per Am         He,
Sl,<i|,|,iin.. ban each,    'in,-.
ljc. niiii, inrkii-li lowoU per pnir       He,
Glaap imu'lilin per yard      Mc.
Circular pilliaii a aaiian |«*r uiral       tie,
Ha-t i,*:ii|ii*r liikiiii.'i'per yiml.     "He. lad We.
l.iulii'« i-.mlii'.-lla" Irmn         .  i'n.
Men'§ Dr|)artment
Ma n'i. *jri\ -in.ihr oeatieach
M* n'i nail ra II a.allar menti r-
Mi n't Bnunllli Irmn	
12,00
I.H
Inu
A l.irp* afwrlmi'iil of Men'-' i:n*li*riv.'iir In the Icldlaf make.
lllll .I* - IHI  lllllall.
Cleared Lots
In Block 33A, D.L. 330
These lots are all on graded street!. In fine neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Prices $600 to $700
I AM TERMS
S. GINTZBURGER
-LIMITED-
■—W
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
103 Cordova Street. Vancouver, ft. C.
i'.n. mix smi.
l.s,ll(i   ()l   tOitil   WilKOllH'f
II .DIRS 10l< I),, I WIM ISM.S
TENDERS ire invited bi thc
Diitrict Council inr the follow-
ling Debenture' Hoiids to be it-
IBM, vi/:
i. Sii 1,1 ii«i oi General Debenture! at r.* pet cent i.n )o jreari
2, $17,474.40 ui Local Irnin um 111,111 Debenture! guaran
teed bj tin Diitrict ,ei 5 per
nnt inr jn yean, AND
J, $15,000 ul Water Dislriel
Debenture! guaranteed by District ,u 1. pi 1 cent nu -.1* yean
1-Hr further particulm und
copiei ni Bv-law! ipplj to lab-
scrilnr. iiith whom Tenders
11111 vi be lodged befon 7 o'clock
p.m., mi 18th November next,
Al.K.Y PHILIP, CM C
Nui ih Vancouver, (letoK-r. iwxi
SEE US FOR
SASH  DOORS  MOULDINGS  BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,  ETC, ETC
BURRARD SASH & DOOR RCfORY, foot of St. George
We mltrit a 1 rial I'iii a an i mat Dr-toi imallnf lam
AL
SXANDER
P. REILLY
0
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l'i ni'i,'r  nl   I'iuno,   1
'ncol  un<{  Theory
II ili-',r,*al I'ni'ia.- pr
inronl" t'n'vi'r.ity
.■,    ;■    ,   .'*.'• lull Will, finite
Minims. w r (,i(>  {riiif n
N,*rlli Vancouver, 1 H'mImi. ,V. Frilaj
panil htf the
KianiinatioiiH
HIUS,   1 nia.v.Uifr
uur          Snrlli Ytthri mrr
a.   Uefer.'in-e: ltev.Mr. liillam
IA. R STKACYi
Coiner L.'in./ii/e Art and Second Stmt
Htnti ■•'   ni'i A6l
I'eNi V AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Local and Foreign Fruits
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