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VOLUME 8
NOKTIl VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1909.
NUMBER 18
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At the council meeting Monday evening, there acre prcscui
Alili'i'iiici) McRaa, M*Ndah,Uca
Schult/ and Brain; Mayor Maj
presiding.
Keeve Ale Naught and Engineer Cameron waited upon ific
council as a committee iron Us
district council. The reeve ail-
vised the council that tiie Lynn
Valley pipeline road ls now being muile ready lor the train-
line, and that it will prohabl)
be put down to grade, ilus
may ailed the main nl tiie city
waterworks system and it is
desirable that arrangements be
made lor the permanent location ol the mam. He also staled that the district council has
on hand several applications loi
roads in that portion contiguous to the north wesl nnl ol tlic
city, and requested that UM Citj
open up sucli roads as woulu
give the district an ess to then
road allowances Board ol
works was nisliucleil lo expend
lilly dollars ou opening up Mc-
K.iv road; other matters i.nu
over.
A series of letters from tt. C.
tl 1 iin, secretary oi the brat oi
July celebration I'oiiitiiitlec,conveyed thanks lor donation, advised council that they an
incllal.iers of   the  reception   alii'
t'liieit.iiiimeni committee,   and
forwarding   request   thai   Im
Committee prepare a report   In
luistl.iv eveaiag.
Jack Loutet wrote, with   n-
ganl 10 defects ol sidewalk  oa
17th slriil east, board ol wmks
reported repairs already noto,
City solicitor advised with le-
lert-nce lo   McDoilgall,   .liiihilis,
Engineers, Liiuili'ii, thai, 111 his
opinion, the council had nol llu
pOWSI lo grant any t'oiiicssimi *
wiuji respett lo water 01 i.ix.i
Hon without the consent ol u.
ratepayers.    Council dm not a-
gree with this opinion with re-
lereiice u. water rates,   and   1.
was resolved that tbe applies
Uou ol this company lor special
water rales be grauled.
City solicitor advised, re tht
Dlcrssen lease tit retreshiiient
privileges in lonneiUun wnii tlie
lerry, thai in lus opinion n
would haVS been wise ior lilt
iiillllill tn hate lelt tills mallei
wilh lhe board ol directors to
be dealt with, aud staling that
he had lorvtarded notite uu Mr.
llitrsst-n to vacate aa instructed
lhe uty clerk was uistruiled lo
write Mr. Diersseu likewise
A communication was (aad
from the boanl ol license commissioners, lorwaiding a resnlit
Hull, In the ellect that lilt tilt
council be requested to colli.idel
the inatler ol lhe nslriilioii oi
tin uiiii-ii„.ticlioii ol the sale ol
intoxicating liqauis on Sund,its
L.ml over bn later uinsidcra-
lion.
W, kusscll wrote, in reply to
.1 lilin nl inquiry, in tin ellett
thai   he  's  not   .1   registered
plumber, but though! that his
eaperiaM  I local reputation
sin.I.id qu,illlt   hllll Inl   llie pttsl
lion ill plumbing ins|„iii,i
'I'lie tll)  engineer advised   the
iniiinil thai iiiiiius 1.1 applies
iiiiii lor wain rights had Inui
Mated nil behall ol the tilt as
lollows:-One on I,tun creek, al
a point mie ami uiu-liall miles
aboVS the intake, .unl mie i.n
Seymour river, at a poinl aboui
one-half mile alum iln Vancouver city intake.
' A plan nl sllbillttsini of IqIi
11 lo ih, block A in, 1). I, gift
was passed.
I'llder the ilisiussinli nf w.it, i
supply Irulll Kite lake, A|.|,i
man Dick Stated thai In inula i
siootl thai certain rights   had
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table al the BCXt inccling ul the
council,
DcliclUiii'c  loan  bylaw   Nn.  i>,
lyuy, with relerence tu 310
street, was given iluii readings
Aliii'i'inaii McNeish pressed iui
immediate actum arith a vwa
to the colistrucliun nl a irum*.
setter through the city, in ms
iiplliinll,    the    1,ili'I),) tils   vu'u'
unanimously in 1,1) ur ol n am.
tacn was nine lo complete um
work litis season. On motion,
a special meeting ol uie council
was ordered ior tharaday ocuing, to consider this matter,aim
also the purchase Ol a mail malting plant.
Aid. Dick gave nollce thai, at
tile nexl liic'c'llllg ol Ule council,
he would introduce a bylaa 10
amend Uu water rates bylaw,
Aid. braim, chairman 01 un
uie and light committee, recommended mat tite owners ol loi
ir, block 153, IJ. L. irj,, aim oi
lul .s, block 165, U- L. .'; |, In
notified io clear thai propert)
ol combustible material. Adopted.
Aid. McKac introduced tin
matter oi approaching uie provincial government, wun respect io bet ond Narrows bridge,
.unl aiiii considerable discussion
as lo the besl means ol get am,,
al llu mallei, II wa.s lesuiiiu.
011 motion, thai the boaltt
Hade be requested to Uue   llii
matter in Lumu aad in appoint
a  committee  to  lormalaic   a
si liiini with respect to tin
bridge,
An Seconal ..I U-n dollars li.i
1..si ni decorations daring ihe
recent visit ol the premiei was
passed. 1-tiit aCCOaatS win
passed,   totalling   .flOOJ.gJ   USA
M5355-
iln in.hu weie instructed lo
keep all COWS ml Oil,ill,i gal
dens, allil alsn to iill  lile glass
011 Ottawa gardens and Vicloi
1,1 paik.
'lhe city clerk was liistiititul
tii write lhe provnuial govern
lllelll ami ask whctlitl alu 11.1l
ti llghls hate been gi allied n
applied l.n nu Kin lake, Illlel
than  those  111   ptissesslnll nl   lii
ciiy.
borne discussion imik pi.
uilh  I. It 1 tilt.<   I.,  iln   rates   nil
advertising Inlaws charged  !•'•
The   I.Xpltss,   which   wtit    mil
siiltitil high     No action  -I..*
taken.
lhe ai.l.until were all presenl
with Mayor M.i} in tin chair,
at  the spei lal meeting   ill    Uii
iit\ niinii il lasi eveaiag.
Campbell ft Miller  requested
.1 roadwa] in lot IJ, blink 65,
I).   L.  547,   In.Ill   J..lies ,iiuiiii
as  lint   wish   In  begin   buildiBg
operations at time;  board   ol
works in ait.
Vancouver tourist association
Wrote, leqllestlllg nil.un III,
pli.tiiniiits   with   nlii.ii.i     1..
1.1.mst mountain trail, as visil
i.is iiiinui >i difficult In liml tin
wat In 11 A sign will bt plai
eii at tin Iiii t  landing and ling
11 hoards al suitable points in
the BOIth pall <>l the iilt.
A I-. Anders, secrelar) ..i ' 11
board ..i tradi, a min sd< ing
iiiinitii that a I'hilip, * I
liwin .nnl C. F. Jackson lud
linn  appointed  rc'prcsenuiives
nil tile J.illll  COmmittCC In 111*llu
a  ill.ill  Iial Iii.I   I.lll.      A  setnnil
K I let Iinin Mr. Anders, stiggisi
ed  thai  the count il   en up. i ttt
tu   preparing   a   reception   inl
Hon. William Pugsley, mi ..is
approaching visit to ihe coa
Tin link lo write Mr.Pug.ilev,
1..tiling Iiiiii In vlall this til  .
c.   ,\i. lb..w n wrote, re pus'
illg Ihal   Iln   slint  .iflj.n t ill    ta
lol I'. Ll..tk 66, mi 13th street,
       opposite tin   liilssii.n stlmnl.   I.
.em granted by the governmentIimproved, as in* Irishes t.. build:
to pruptili   1.11  the llnlll) shore  lm.iltl  ..I  wnrks has matter   II
of the lalt, whereas il had beefl  hand
agreed bt thi government lhat
111. suih ...1. ,a WOUld al .un
tune be taken, Milium! (hr iilt
Ursl being advised Cilv den
lo lay the correspondence on the
l  .plain   C    II    Cites' Wlnl ■
requesliag that  Rogers avenui
in Improved limn ilm Esplanadi
in ini street, la ordei t.. aflori
hitter access lo his wharl,hoaiu
of works to report.
The city engineer rcculllliuiid-
e.l ihai ihe lue department tt
charged live dollars pet .ven lor
each hydrant, ul which inert an-
matt forty-eight; and alsu lh I
laiiiakii kllklalld be eUipoWil-
eil  lo purch.isi  linn Iiti ul s.i.p
lap, im improving thc houae, 1
ihe Intake,   iiniii adopted.
hmi l-.. While requested lhat
a dangerous tree near lus houae,
mi 17th street, be nu dowa;
engineer to act.
ihe iitv auditor submitted a
financial statement to Ma} 31st
sh. iw mg receipts amounting to
m 22,933.94, .um a balance on
band allei expenditures, ul >;,-
076.39, lhe statement was accompanied by a tai'clully prepared reporl, coiilalinng valuable   suggestions,  all  ol  whlci,
tvero referred to the linance committee.
William Russell wrote, making certain observations wita
reiereace to the appointment ol
a plumbing inspector.
The ciiy clerk submitted a
piool  ol  the map ol   tin- cilv,
prepared hy the my engineei
Ini' the Second edition ol uie advertising lolder, wlilth was adopted.
Aid. Voung proposed uml a
rate ul um dollar lor thc seaaoa
he made lot eaca camper using
tuy water; carried. Aid.maim
stated that It was rumored that
several householders in the citj
an ngiilaili using iin watei
ami are imi paying the rates,
it.iicr committee ordered to report.
1 The question ol the laatalla*
ti/lll ol a tily sewerage system
was iiimi brought lorward, Ciu
Engineer Hams outlined ilu
plan ol ihe sewerage system he
had prepared. He recommend-
ed the separate system, which
dispones ..1 the sewage and 01
the slt.rin water by separate
systems. His plan was to run
a 11 link setter tin* entire depth
tii the tin along Forbes aw .
.md to connect ail the nit lying
east nl Ihal atiiilic wim mis
III.1 Ul b) laterals. He wuulii
also build slunii setters oil
l.ullsdali  ate      It,I bis ate. was
dn.sen i.n tin* trunk sewer, be-
c.uisi   all the side streets ill Un
uty gite aii excellent grade in
thai point, wluili woultl perm,
tii  the building   ul   all   clllciiill
system al a minimum mst. Tin
lll'sl Streets lu be uillllei led 1.
iln   mltlii  setter WOUld  be    Isl,
.'Ild and ild stints. ihe mst
ul the llllllk sewn ttnlllil h,
about M.s.nuu, ami lhat nl tin
lal. laIs lluni  SSiiiii,   tu   J 10,1 .uu
im each ui the streets earned,
Altei an extended discussion, la
llllllll  tile lil.i 111.1   was iiilisliiel
id 111 all Us phases, ll ttas moved  In    Aid.   link,   stiullilcd   lit
Aid. .iu Neisii, ami carried unaa<
iinuiisit, thai iln board ol
iim ks ami iln* iin engineei U
a committee lo prepare ami sub-
mil estimates re sewerage, together with a plan ,,i ih, system
The plan to   In    followed    in
p.niiig (oi ilu construction  ol
the stiti Ingi  system, was ilib.it
i.l at length, Aid \..nng tun
i. ml. .1 I..i |i.i\ nn ni nu geni i.n
ilt.llt nl lilt i lit ami the lllipt.
-II ...li nl a  I. lllal nil lllnsi    mil
iitiinig iiiiii iiii  si nu lii,
i.ihn members ol tin couadl,
however, win ol opinion that
ilu- system should in paid lot
un ilu* local improvement plan,
.lllll lllal   lllus.   lli.lltlllg   nil    tin
trunk sewer should pa] a pro
portion nl its mst, equal to ilu
average   coal   oi   ilu-   lateral
*. Wl is running alung the east
allil   West   stints        Oll   ninlinii
.i Aid. iii.iiiii, seconded in .m
link,   a   resolution    "as    passed
adopting the latter plan.
The   pllli ll,isi iif .,   |- |  ]ii,|k
iiig plant wa-* ilnn considered,
unl mi motion ..I Aid Sihnit/.
lhe lit) ilerk was instituted in
prepare a in law proi Iding Jio,
•uu,   lul    till    pill. Il.ise   nl   a   |an *,
ilusher and a mail Juller. T,
S Nte has agreed In allmi tin
iii\ in quant I... k Imm hjs
property, al   Korth   Ixmadak
llll   nl   I nsl
Tht   lm   and light  t-iinti
u.l . llislllli Ii'l  in pn p.ill   a  In
law, pending a sufficient sum
for lhe purchase of lhe lite lighl
ing apparatus llial may lit necessary.
A plan ul subdivision oi  lui
i),   blink  7,  11.  L.  bit.  was ali-
ptoved.
Council adjourned until Monday evening at B o'clock,
l-lkb. WARDEN'S Dl TIES
tt .C.Gladwin, tlmi lm* warden, is lollowing up wilh commendable einig) and wilh good
ellect the provisions ol llie uush
dies ail, as amended at the last
session ul the legislature. The
ad now provides thai it shall
be unlaw lul lor any person, by
himsell ui by anyone on his behall, lo sti out a lire Ior the
purpose ..I clearing land between
May 1st and October 1st, without hating lirst procured a permit from thc lire warden, assistant lire warden, government a-
gent, guld commissioner, timber inspector, forest ranger,
mining recorder, police officer
or constable. Chiel Warden
Gladwin supervises a district
extending east to the Cascades,
aud Irom the southern to the
northern boundary ol the pro-
tiiice. This district is divided
into twelve sections, eacn in
charge ul a lire warden, each
witli a curps of assistant wardens, including all government
road foremen and superintendents. Bach of these wardens
sends iu a weekly report,show
ing the number ol miles traveled, the number and location ot
lires, etc, timber destroyed, cx-
penscs incurred, and olher items
A w aii ai is kepi on all camping
parlies, etc., and u general line
oi communication is maintained between the ditlttrcnt lire
wardens. Mr. Gladwin states
that tlu; permit system seems to
bc working very satisfactorily,
and that settlers are realizing
the importance of safeguarding
ilie timber resources of the province. Thc lire wardens for the
north shore of Burrard Inlet
arc as follows:
No. 5. Grouse mountain to
Port Moody, Arthur t, Kennedy, lire warden, North Vancouver. Assistant, Thomas Lilly,
Vancouver.
No. 6. Grouse mountain tu
Point Atkinson, \V. 11 Smith.
fire warden, North Vancouver
Assistants, Geo. Davis, North
Vamouver; Thos. Lilly, N'orih
Vancouver.
No. 7. Point Atkiuson u>
Sn lu It, Allan McLean, lire wur-
deii, mum 17,347 Pender street
Assistants, W. Wright, Gibaott's
It Hutchinson, Pemberton ami
1)  Ltighlon, Squamish
l'Al.ACK kOOF GAEDEN
Wednesday evening  llie  hand
sunn rool garden al iha Palace
lintel, was uptiieil lo lhe publii
The  lliiltilltiit  weatlit    .lttiTtnl
lii.uiv Iiiilu atttiiding lhe event
Thusi   whu did gO wt  e Healed
lu an excellent programme ol
music, tarnished l.v Harper's
.,nh. tra, ni Vancouver,    Tin
garden has a profuse lisplat ,.i
beautilul flutters, while iKa u..
lighl   in iiunii in evi lime
swell  plain, and  a  fj *" glallia
phone provide mush i.i the pal
mils ..I   Um garden       Nu   i\
|hlist   has  belli  Spain    111  fixing
up thi gardens, even i Boi t  bt
iug m 1 tli- tu wm tin approval
uf llie public The g ild. lis alt
the Iliu st oll llu- in.isl
Mrs  W, Ktlttin Nit comix . ..I
Vniaaiia p.uk eaat, sill receivt
uli Tiiasdav, 19th 11 sl 11 ;,
In.. I.' six pill., and llul again
until Iall.
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TO ADVERTIS IRS
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(LOCAL MEWS j
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Whn is "Crawley ,\ Raid"?
t'oi Sale Webii pi.Uio lot
sale cheap. J-150. Cau be seen
al Mis. Hooper's, 13th street
.North Vaiuuuver.
John Junes, a nuii-iesidetil,
was lilts Week lined ,\S and COStS
lor being drunk and distiiiluli
oil the public streets.
Waited,   Twelve   women,   lo
pick   strawberries  ami   othei
small Iruits. Apply 11. Radermacher, list and Lonsdale.
Wanted—liy young lad} ,room
wilh breaklasl and dinner,
(evg.j; nol too lar Irom lerry
landing.    Apply Express ollice.
who is "Crawley & Reid"?
The iini steamer North 1 ancouver piisints a very  smart
appearance 111 her new coat  ui
paint ami Uie new  awning mi
elllig the alter lictk.      llie aim
mg is ui Kagliab Bax, which is
much ninii' durable lhan duck
and sheds the rain better,    lhe
unproved condition oi .In
will go lar lu make Inr ,. favorite with tlie travelling pii'di,.
James  Cooper   Keith   gives
BOtice,  ia the last  issue ol the
11. C. Ci/.ene, oi lus Intention
to apply lor the right to purchase an entire island, being lhe
westt'iiimusl island nl lhe Hul-
kus group, situate abuul tun
ami une hall miles (rum Jedwa]
in Skinculllc Inlet, Mun slit Is
land. The island contains 300
.litis alld is now kiiuttn as
Keith Island.
A Uikel that will pel nut lhe
holder lo enter or lcau the athletic gi,ani,Is at any nine up to
7.30 p.m., has been provided by
A. J. P' ton-War! ns, ior patrons on thu lust ol July. Ant
persou ma) pioture lluse tiikcis at iui) celts each, bj hav-
Illg his lialile Willi 5.. tiills   al
ciuiii The Expirees oflice, aah
k Brawitt'a, or H.iilii s ii.n in 1
.hup, up lo midday on ttedues-
day.
Messrs. Irwin .V Hillings   Co.
Lid., hate donated a irophj tu
he hung up lui all annual lath,
event, in roanectloa with  Oral
ol Jul) iclcblaUulls,   'I'ln- sp.il 1
committal hate been requested
tu designate the tlass im which
llu tiupli) will In ..html, and
11 is understood Umi tint have
chosen twsnty-oM tool koata,
The trophy will become Uh pus
session ol aa] yachl winning li
lul  tWO loliscilltlti  teals.
Medical Health Ollmr llr
Campbell has laid a toiiiplaiiii
with the police, ag.illlsl owinls
ul it 1 tain pmpeuiis, in Hunt ol
whiih septlt tank outliis emp
ly uputi the stri-els, in nnb i
thai I lllutenienl may In SM Ul
optiitititi to liinidi lliis uuls-
allu  wherever II uiiiu.s. 1 hi
n.< iimiaii,i.iiimi ,,i iin  health
ulllltl   is  to   liii    rib. t    that    a
it.un uuh an earth bottom bs
run iiniii «.ith i.ink tu .,   rock
llll, Itlliuti d sulni tllslaiiie, bt
whnl ans it is thought    Un
" lllllllll   i.lll   III   nltiiiillle
ttln. is    I'lawlct  I  kiltl    '
Aii importanl aolki  lo pit
emptors ..i I.unl m tin railwaj
bait, appears la the carnal  'v
sur ui ihe l< C Oaatn. n.iim
ly, thai all prtinpliiis inns'
ban ilnn land suritwil  un  t i
iltliali     Ui Inllil     ISI,    llfltl.       ttlltll
the  provincial hgovertuueul   i
greed bO give these lands tii Ihe
C.P.R   am Nutiiuliir lolh,iMj,
a I.   i lie was at nnu  plated Up
mi  all  lands Involved  m  .in*
tlall'-u Hull,  but  then   Wete ni
t.illl   settlers    whn  had  gntn   mi
the land pnvtoUl lu ihal  dati
,,inl ii was cxprcssii stipulated
tji.it the rights iif th,*! settlers
wt ii in in ti spit ti .1. uii condition thai  thev had then  i latins
suiti \td bt a tlali, tO lie di ilil
nl bt t.he hi utt n.iiii guicriiu] bt
prol lalllatli.n      '1 Ills date Is ,,,
.uiditiglv proclaimed as Octo
bat    ''I.    I'll",    ami    all    sttih
il     pa.ii,.,i in urn- j|Jilnilll,ilits whn iall   to   tuinpl    ol
lion Irmn Hid ml.  »| | l»* i, idi
will lurfi'.i thnt rigfata  in   tin
land,
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Who is "Crawley .s, Reid"?
Miss ]•;. kitkabt, ui Montreal,
has arrived m town, residing
with her brotha and sisters on
ird street west.
The road   in.iking   liiaihimii
lur the distiiit arrived last
weak on the nine Funnel liner,
AntilochttS,    and    Was    blullglll
over here on a scow.
tt,iiitni.  A in.) to learn the
pruning business. Good wages
will be (laid to one who is intelligent and willing, and advancement promised. Apply Kxpress
oflice*
A public meeting will be held
a.n Monday sveniag next, to discuss the question of the Sunday
dosing ol saloons and matters
relative to Sabbath observance
iu Nortli Vancouver, lt is intended lo hold au open air meeting in Victoria park, just east
ul Lutisdale rttenue, and should
lhe weatllti prove uniavorahlc,
au adjournment will be made lo
the Presbyterian church. Ur.
Spencer, ol Victoria, aiid Principal MiKav, ul ttcslminsler
llall, will be the pi Un ipal speakers. Arrangements are being
in,uli tu have a lust class or-
ihcsii.i piisuii to add to the entertainment ieutures ol the occasion.
The relative ments oi ihe ler-
ti steamer St. C.eutge and the
C.P.K. PrilKissts, as pate makers lor iiinlur launches, in training for ihainpiuiislup laurels,
are being assiiiuuiislt tested hy
two lotal tiillnisi.isis, who have
agreed    lo    settle    the    Warmly
coataated question ol which is
the faster boat, lu a ireniend-
a.us i-pit-tliist t,, he Iniil iiii the
Inlei in the near future. Each
haa recently made certain improvements in his boat, i .interning whiih strict secrecy la naia-
i.iiiud, but whnh eaih uwner
confidently believes will efioct-
ltelv dlspuse ol lus rival.   ColU-
i Inn P  1,,it sun will prohabl)
negotiate ths blank cartridge*
wilh due decorum and the badgc-
ol vii lm i will be a box ol
ilgars.
wim li "Crawlej At kml
The regulai meeting of the Bt,
Andrew's   Christina   Bndeavoi
was held at the resnltiue ol the
in i Mr. Gillam, this areeh Bis
presence III lhe than added
tiiiitb Warmth to  the meeting
Aiiei devotional i tarda ., Mr,
Dat is, ni I,tun V.illcy, adtlrcss-
ed ihe muling, taking iur   his
theme, tin   Hill Difficulty,
sh..nn  iii  iiiiiiv.iii s  Pilgrim's
Progress     Seedless t/j saj, the
speakti did lllll JUSllie lu the
•BbJeCt,  and  Ills  ninalks     well'
nnisi helpful iu all    Mi Davis
impri sse.l Ins he,nils Willi    lilt
e,iiiiiitaeas ol his apteala,   the
members gaining mu.li spiritual
blessing, Judging bj the nm
i.i.i. pn nt. Interest ia Uu
wutk is mi the advance, sad s
in.mt invitation laeatinded to
all Nell mn ling uti I utsila) ,
at aS ti'tlmk, 111 llie illllllll, Wil|l
Ml   Slindgiass taking tin  tnpii
A bush lm ul itiiisiilet.ibll- di
iiiiii'i'.ns bmkt mi mi S.itunl.ii
hut in I). I. bib, i.i i ui th.
Diplock ttt ight mill, „ml lur
some unit threatened s  bridge
utii   a  Uttk,  used  bv   the  lllll.
im iiiiii. Tin int uu depart
iiii iii w.is called out as 'In im
was iii ilnsi piuMiiiilt to iln
nm latindti ami sniiu dwellings. Altel t linking the bn
ainl Stopping Us lurtlier spread.
tin in. department lelt it unit
recalled ou Moadai. ttiiii
a siiii breese la from the i
it ig.uti broke oul oa Tueaday
.ili. iiiunii. thiiatiiiing wni.i
damagi lhan pntiuiislv II) the
lire w.iub n . sl ui. the . Itj bn
I. p iiinn nt   in.l lottj in- n fmiii
tin Diplock Wrighl null, it was
sgain   biuiiglu   iindti' control
iin i .in im   week haa helped
miisldi t tblv t"   ilia}   tin    bu ■
ui dm Den in thi ■ trinity, nl-
though much siii"ki still arises
irom thc scene.
I THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
IB
Tin celebration committee has
in.nli [aluiiuiiitiial progress dill
ing lhe shuii iiiiii ih.it iln\
have li...I at ilnn disposal, wuh
tin* result thai dl tails aii' pi,n
in,.lit completed, Ior what pro
misis in prove *i lusi ui .inli
celebration "i unusual un ril
Tin* opening teninoni will i.e
Ilild .il the ill)  hall at  mill   i'
l lm ll       .1   HI    .        U lal II        Ull sillUIll
children will sing siveral patri
ulli sungs .nnl iln li,unl mil
likiuisi p.n in ipal. Adjourn
Hunt will linn In in.uli in Ul
t.m,i gardens, where the iIiiid
li 11 •■  spnl Is  will   lie  III III.    lllljl
ilii   band  in  attendance  until
noon,    s.iK ft Brewilt's wind
uw h.is had irrcsislibli uttrai
lions im iln children loi some
days p.isi, for therein are  dis
played the man} prizes   which
win in i,iniul, na these events
These prizes havi been donat-cd
by the merchants and are ol an
iiiiiisualli i,ilu,il.li order.   Dm
mg iln aiuiiiui.ii iiii band will
plat nil the w.ili in,.in    win n  ,,
splendid programme ol aquulji
sports, including rowing races,
yacht r.ues, swimming races
and kindred events, will be put
..ii in ilu spniis committee as
-listed In ilu- Norlh \ ancouvei
boating club, Iu tin evening
um iii tin lusi pyroteclinii .lis
plays ever sun m British t ol
uml.ia will In made liuin barges
anchored well out Irom sunn.
The band will In   placed    OU    a
iluat between lhe barges and lhe
shore and will plai throughout
lhe display, This Qn.-v.orks
display will iik hide the illuminated piece ol which a coun tei
part it,is us,,! ,,i ih, opening ol
tin A -\ .-P. exposition it Seattle, ainl alsu ,i ;
Mayoi Ua) and ol the sw.iig
bridge al Capilano, besides
man) othei novel and iUr.ii live
ii.iiiiii*.    iln list price nl this
dlsplni  retail, was s, sa, ,   ami \\
has l.nii bought direct Ir ni the
iii.uiiiiaittiiiis at a price vl' ,u
placed it w 11liiii lhc reach ol llie
committee.
The receipts  tlm*   far   have
been as follows;   Citv   I Sorth
' Vam ouver, fjjo; ' iry n m, ge-
iiuiii, Jijo; districi .*! N'orih
Vancouver, floo; collecietl l.\ 1'
Larson, $510; bank il B.S A.,
i'ln Express, Jto; . all
sums, $2; per Wood ft Son, $)..■
sai.      Total   to   dale,    >|.i**,a),t, >.
The committee is assured that
this sum will be augmented i)
several substantial iuoscripu ..is
lhe aippiupn.iiiuiis i,i .h, several committees, have bj ii us 1 >1-
lutvs: Sports, J730; .misi KM •;
decoration, J100; reception nnd
entertainment, Sim; .m- uriising
Ss...    Total, jllJo.
WELCOME   \lslTuits
Tin Sum Count) Monitor,
published al Benson, Minnesota,
contains ilu follow mg item, u,
tin current issue.
".diss  Bessie  Thornton   d
pal ted yesterdat lor North Van
I'OUVel,   It.  I .,  while   she    will
spend ihe summer a uh Ini u
thei Charles,    sin* goes  0 the
1 it lis  wliiic  she  will   be  Julliiu
in Uiss Thacker, oi Glenn 1 1,
wh..se brother is engaged in the
nal ist,in business with ... c.
I hornton, They will, ol couist
tistt the great exposition at Seattle while on the coast. Ull lile
w.i) out Miss Thornton will attend tin- wedding nt her iricad,
MiSS I.lll ll.l  Unnil at .Uniol, N.
D."
Missis. Thackei ,\-   riiotnton
hate rented the residence ol tt
.1. Porter,  immediately   opp
site ilnn ollice,  on  ind sUeel
east  lor tin  summit  and   Willi
llllll   sisters as llnslessi   .1 *.]... I
tu entertain s number ol vial
ing Iriends In.in their respecciv
home tuwus. during iln season.
A. .1. i'ii imi tt'arlow is ol
opinion tlmt in Harry Lumbal
he has a light weight boxer,w In.
is   the   uiu    man    with  a   [ail
ih,um   ol  securing s  decision
..i.l   llllll   I.all.hi.      lie Is  said
tn be quite as clevei and liearl)
as tpiiik as liis redoubtable opponent, and equally effective
with either mitt. It is expect
..I thai the mil iwint) rounds
will be required iur a decision,
as iinin ihe reputation oi thc
boxers u is considered extreme
li unlikely. lhat that moat unpleasant iiaiuit ,,i the "manly
art" the knock out) will find
plan in ihis exhibition
A. FARRO
(ieneral Contractor
band Clt-aring, Siiimp "ml Hock
Kla.ting, Kitnt rare near homen.
All   laniiiKe. made (ood.
EMPLOYMENT     adkncy
and St.. Wm! aaf Loiit**d..te
i' O n..» 11
Water Motor for Sale
Often an- wanted lor a
powerful Water Motor and 1
oertain amount of piping.
Same may be inspected nl
the office un-
TII K EXPRESS
Were you a
winner last
month ?
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FOR   SALE
One Lot in Ural block from Lonsdale on 'im\ itreel
wrest,    PRICE 11700.   |900caah Iial unci- 2 yean
MAY vV: BURNS
REAL  ESTATE AM>
FINANCIAL   HUM'S
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+**MtNkNtfiMtNW*
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I   A SPLENDID
INVESTMENT
9 $500 cash will si-i-ure ten lots (including double §
corner' lituated in choice lub-division,   Wortl
Dul vmi gel fiuin your sack ol Royal Stand,ml Kloui u
coupon which entitled you to a 109 piece china dinner set? n
tun did not, keep your coupons you may win next month, Tin
prizes will be given no matter when the ludchy coupons nrs
returned,   Du nut forgel thai we are giving away  to sets  ol
dishes, evei t  niuiilh, and llial 1 very ^jlh sack Contains n cm:
pun
Then, Royal Si,unl,ml Klour is 1 diHereul Boar, a bettei
lluni, a purer flout than tun li.i\f been annsiuiiieii tu heretofore,    Ii is milled Irom the beat selected wheal growa la Uh
l an.nil.in west, watched and guarded through evert  pt in ess,until ii is the cleanest, sweetest,most wholesome Boor you have
Order a sack [rom your grocer today,    li will be s  delight to tun.
Manufactured by
VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,     B.C.
• 1200 each, Buy thia bunch and sell them singly.
• YOl WILL DOUHLE   YOUB MONEY. •
i Price tl.000. Terms s cash, balance 8 A12 months »
■ 1 ej
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INKSTER & WARD,
lit Uni lil« tTtnH *
North VftflOuUTH w
ALEXANDER k MACNAGHTEN
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Agents lor
B. C. IVrmanenl loan and Savinqs Co.
I'haiciiit lire Iiimi an■ *• Co., of london, Inq.
I nn luml a\ london \ Globe Imi Co.
Ihr Sun life Asturnnre Co., of I an.nia.
Reduce Your Hardware Bills
li.itt'l Iniv lilnnllv.     Hut' ..ni antl .ire williim tn wive ynu
111 v ian vniir Inmlnari- j| i*. tu y*nir s4**SatS|S tu allu* SS tn
den,     IVt* aire in 11  position   tu m*ll  yuu  tlif Itc-I   hardware
mppfiei ,,| i*M*ry description ni the loesel prices ami se nutit-r
what iinir rii|iiiri iiitnl*. are.
We  II     DO   It ••.v""'11 ■"■■■'■' yniir-Ttlen* with ill
U'.. |..iiii|i..ti. -iii.|.|..*.(ii|1v in iln* .ipt-ii mark..I willi tli.- bip-fiat
lisrdwan ronmrntlu British Colnmbi*.    tttttemmOm
tlmt .itin-r..', 11111.1111 li.   win"    Bsesess vtbejdirssl ("un
tin- n.iiiiiifii.inr.-r. in  main rn.".,   ite buy jiiiliiinii.lv all nl
llu- liint-, we pay i-a.li fur nur foods, and "iir SBSeeSSS lie low
I'm .mr t-laimi to tin- Isst. we'll lutt* roa iiuui.'.
sumy mmm uwuu cwrm, ui
104 Esplsaeds        Neat to Feet (Mka PhoaeNo hh
f^><^>yy><iy><at/y^yyy>>iy><<v(y^
Dominion
Day
Celebration
1909
at North Vancouver, B. C
Band of 25 pieces from 9 o'clock a.m. to II o'clock p.m.
miu a.   .wi x.     a m  ——.A-
Children's S|>orts, 17 events
Field 5|>orts, 7 event*
Aquatic S|>ort % 13 events
Grand $1500 Fireworks Display
comprising 29 features
Cheap ferry rates.
Bring the children; rejoice with us
GOD SAVE THE KING
PTJBUtHttBY At'THORITY Of TIIK "CIVIC COMMITTKK."
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t>A^<-v*>AA^^NV-ANNN*t-A^»*»Vt THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
[ mm tin
A LA UO Ull
An average ol twenty-live
thousand visitors a day hnve
gone through the turnstiles of
the Aliiskii-Yukon-l'aeiiit- exposition since the opening day on
June ist.
From all parts of the wesl
people have been Hoiking to the
exposition and (rum present indications the stream of delighted visiters is becoming forger
rather than billing ull. Dp tu
Thursday, .lillle 171I1, the tulal
attendance had reached the 400,-
000 mark, a number equivalent
tu iitte-lhird of the pupulaliuti
of the state.
The side  trips  around   Paget
Sound   ami   take Washington
liave attracted large numbers
Kvery day, steamers, brightly
decorated and laden willl pleasure seekers, are leaving the ex-
pusitiun grounds on the innumerable excursions that are
ollered to diflereat parts ol the
lake. The Victoria-Vancouver
trip and the excursions to the
beautiful Hood's canal on I'u-
gCt Sound have also attracted
many.
The Northern l'acilic railway
is experiencing such aa extremely heavy demand for its literature pertaining to tllc A.-Y.-I'.
exposition, that in addition to
a total issuance of 75,nno copies
of its elaborate booklet and also many thousand small leaflets, a new edition of 25,nun
copies of an attractive sixteen-
page pamphlet has been strttek
oll and distributed aiming ils
passenger representatives. This
makes upwards uf 100,000 pieces
of literature which the Northern
Pacific has issued aud circulated, advertising the Seattle lair,
and every ladiestfoa is that further supplies ol the OUttet tvill
in- required before tin- exposition is over.
The exposition is now in complete working order, and the enormous crowd ot the opening
day has not been billowed bv
till- marked deirc.isc attendant 1
usually  met  with   bv   pretlulls
world's burs. The expoeition
management has given lhe lair
piuiiiised, and then sunn- more
as ttell. The entire season will
be marked by specie] slate, city,
national, and nther uuasiniis.
and among these Kansas Dai
will be one of those to be remembered
A convcntiuii whiih will be
one ol the largest held in Seattle during the exposition will be
that of the National Lumber
Manufacturers' Asaocietioa, The
delegates ttill be entertained  in
the Hoo Hon building, built for
this purpose bv lhe Seattle liitn-
l-cniieli, on T11csd.11
A large tit-leg,iiinn from Katn-
luups ttas III attendance un
Tuesday, lo njcbr.ile Kamluups
day.
GOVERNMENT   ANNUITIES
The revenue up In date   from
the Ottawa system ul annuities
totals Jiihu,nnu,   and   the   tulal
number oi applications is jj8,
The revenue ol late has averaged
>2<>,nun ,1 WOtk, bill oll one (lav
ol this week, ) 10,000 was received, The system of Annuities
was Inaugurated only in September last, and the lirst   few
months were necessarily devoted largely to m,liters oi organisation.     A number ol agents
and lecturers have been engaged,
three iu Ontario, twu m u_uc-
bei, one each ill Nova Scotia
ami New Brunswick, while lhc
west has not yet been provided
lor. ll i.% Intended to carry on
an active propaganda, 'I'he dt
parliiieiit is about In enter iipun
negotiations with the- manuiac-
turers ol the country suggesting
ihe purchase ui annuities lut
smployeee,
A.J.   H (3 O D
f»5    l.oiiMilnle   Ave,
KXl'i'.UT WATCHMAKER
JEWELLKH,  ETC,
Watflns and Clocki Clsensd   and
lle|i;tir...l at in* derate priei-B
All unak ifii.raiiliTil,
Hankin & Harding
DECORATORS   PAINTERS
PAPERHANCERS
GRADERS* MARBLERS
North Vancouver,   •   B.C.
Paint Sim.   lot lonriile t>.
l'l>|I.M,,tP Sl„  ,,'a 0....I, 8)0rat
The iiineral oi lhe laic Collie
lie Carracco, aged 19 years,took
place on Tucsilai, Irom the family  residence,   2nd   street   east.
iii. Interment was made at the
mission cemetery.
Charged with stealing a gold
ring, Kenneth Morgan, of Vancouver, appeared belore Magistrate Kealy on Monday morning and was lined 5,S or ten days
J. \V. BALMAIN
CIVll.     I   NI.INII    IV
tjiiHntiiy Mirvt-vi.r sad Architect
NOUTII   VANldl'VKK.
General Contractors
bthnates given toreontisel nnrknl
nil tlei*eri|.li..i.s.
Chairs ,a drains excavated.
Latnil eli'iiri'.l.
tiruunds lui.I nut f..r Iters nr Harden
CONTRACT Oll
HAY WOUK
EAS1MAN & CASSIDY
I'. 0. NtlKTIl ViSCIlI'VIII
North Vancoaver
TraD4fe^*'--«-
Cartage, Kemovale,
Parcel Delivery,
Storage
t>N       1.1   \-' 'N 1111 I      TKNMB
Ml new houses should be piped Inr gas in unlet' tn save Unheal v expenditure iur ihis convenience at ,1 laltl date.
n. v. i.ir.irr. BRAT I
POWKB CO., I.IMITI'.T),
I.unsdale Ate.
HENRYS
Garden Tools
Spraying Material
Bee Supplies
Fruit and Oniaini'iiliil
Trees
1J7 page (atal'igiif Frc*»J
^M j. HENRY,  VlftCOUVV, I.C
NURSERIES
ATTENTION
Builder; & Conlractors
Lumber will never btthttp-
ttt.   Gut in on  tlic ground
lloor.   Kuilil now
.'|xarnlt»-()lir    *«n   Kiln-
.tried  Fl...riii( nnd  In.i.l.
COAL
COAL
NEW « K.I.I.INGTOMaiil
din-el Ir.ani U,,, „iiiih.
HeSS ta.ur .ar.l.-raa una and
wi-ure ti.ur »inlt-r'«»ii*i|)|i.,
I.lrje .Injun.,,., »i 1 htn„
it) a lea din. Prices right
Urg*. supply nf WOOD
■ «i" nn hnnd     ....
P.    LARSON
llnti-i North Vaacoafai
Telephone No, j.
Telephone 70.        Night Calls 13.
Home Made
BREAD
Cukes, Pastry, Confcetiiiiit'ry
It.-Ht  Mallaii.tl*.
Iliilifas ami Main
in Lonsdale Avenue
PALACE
HOTEL
Kill*:
ifl.oo per and up.
Spa 1 ial rates io fam-
iliis mul  tu regular
laaa.llalrlS	
N.V. Fish Market
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Sn aiMi Sikh I,
NORTH   VANCOUVER, B. C
All kind...I Freeh I'ibIi ileliventl daily
Sninkt'd Kii.li 11 .|ii'iinltv.
I'i'iillrv, Km mnl \'i**;i'tidili.|i.
Our inin is in pU-HNt- nur OtlUoBSll an
1,. pnk and prices.
Cor. Lonsdale Ave. & 8th street
Phone 84
VANCOUVER BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED	
  ACCOUNTANTS
City Auditors
North Vancouvei
516 Pender street
B*K
Lnnk fur the shove trademark,
tin*  sikii   id quality, mi  your
la*a   ,!s.
Wi* iiianuf.it tine the best
Rolled Oats
on the market tods*
I., .in-   unn   I.till IS   llllll   us   lm
HAY, GRAIN
AM)   CHOP
Prompt Iiiiiiiii
Satisfaction Guaranteed
iheBrockman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdale  Avenue,
at  IVrrv   Landing
|lS  ( li.ipiiian,   local manager.
■onn vonoouHr omce. 59 ums^oie: pnone -56
Mhl -l.jnn Creek. ll.C
Phone 37
Artiatit- Deaifmi Sound Workmanship
Moderate Prices
LAW & KNOWLES
A.RCHITXCTI   \M)   BtJILDIRI
We Can Design and Wc Can Build
P.O. Boi 20
y ' t t rTTitttimttiimnnii
FOR    SALK
| Two 1 mn blocks iii Lyon Valla; tttO aaoh.    Half oash, balaooa |10 par month
Blook 12,1). I,. KSi ni 1200 below market value
! Martinson & Co.
Real   t£atatc  nntl
Insurance Brokers
*************************a********a***a*a**a****a
KENDALL,  SEWELL *  CO.
Chartered Accountants and
Aaditors
Vancouver, B. C.
Victoria, B. C.
Seattle, Wash.
Phone 1923       P.O. Drawer 765
GROCERS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Relail
116 Hastings St. 'downstairs;
Delivery Tuesdays and Frida/s
UTclMli anu 1, Lit AN I Nli
ARCHITECTS
E.STANLEY MITTON.M.l.C.A
ARCHITECT
619 Hastings Street West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AUCTIONEERS
A. M. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
66 Hastings streei west
is the oaly auctioneer who will
pay spot cash hcloie lhe sale is
conducted
The only place in 11. C. where
work is doue entirely lo customer's satislaclion.
PERTH STEAM Dli-.i.\l. \
CLEANING WORKS. A. Inghs
Proprietor. Phose 75b. Club
rates a specially, 502 Seymour.
t-tai-'LUTMI.NI   Alat.lSU«
11,11 lill, Miri.ill.ili.li  MUM
Loggers, Railroad Men, anu
Irad-Namea luruished tree to
Employers.
14 Powell slreel. Cor.Ca11.tll
Phoae 256b
U-aaa<ltj'  flAirilJnaa.jair.lj
MADAM  HUMPHREYS
IIANRI.--.lk.rlb
F. C. SAUNDERS	
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary
Public. Mem I n 1 ol the bars
of British'Columbia and yur
bet. Room 9 Empire Building, 603 Hastisgs st. west.
Vftscosver, B.C.    Phose 4166
Scalp lieatiiiciit, lati.tl BHaaagl
manicuring, shampooing, etc.
Han dressing iu latest stales oy
compeleui artists.
Call and inspect the Nli it LINE
Ui- HAIR t.uiili.i.
Pulls,  braids and pompadours,
also   the   latest   designs   iu
combs aud ban ells.
THE ALEXANDRA
5«xy Onsvilia si.
MUSIC
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Hall, Cor.
Robson and  Granville  Streets.
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
PROF. GEO. COWAN, Expert
teacher ol Violin, Mandolin,
H.iiij.1, Autoharp, Zither, will
give twenty pi it ate lessons
lor >;. Further inhumation
at Cowan s up-to-date Music
Store, bob' Westminster ave.
Phone 4.13
M. W. WAITT & CO., LTD.
55b Granville Street
Pianos — Talking Machines —
Music Goods
The oldest music house in B. C.
HEAL til At t
Keep your eye uu
EAST   VANCOUVEI
HEIGHTS	
For particulars apply lo
MURDEN k THORN 1UN
Phone Mj     440 Homer bum
Phoue looo
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crows Building,
615 Pender Street
Phone 99b
S. D. Sehelts        C. S. Arnold
BATHS
Kallethe's Bath
Corser Homer and Pesder Sts.
UT I ltylAN*S
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Optician
All work guaiauteed
Consultation lue
4y Hastings slreel weal
Opp. Camel aphuue thealie
r-l-IUIaJUHAfHtH-i
lulh.sllll'l' lillilTiilllW it
MMM uriivralivu LM.
440 bcymoui Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Ken lloulgate • • • Masager
MARiEL'S  STUDIO
- 1'HOTUGIiAl'HEka -
rttblAUHANIS
12: Hastisgs Street Wesl,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
The best equipped studio ou tin
coasl. Phoue 3228
Thc only ep-to-dste and reliable hath house in British Co*
luml 1a-
Wt curs where others fail
Ssinftctioa giisristerd or eo
pay Plain haths, electric baths,
showet bsths, mtasage for body, scslp and lac*; electro ther-
apaatk baths s specialty.
108  KALLFTHE, PKOP.,
Oiaduate ol Berlin, Germsay
PICTURE FRAMINC
ALLENS RESTAURANT
Lumh 01 Dinner 25c.
Short oiders at all hours
57 Hastings Mieet West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
PICTURE FRAMING       A11 **+ v«ntouv" P*°PU
We have Ihr largest slock ol
mouldings in ll.C to stlttl Imm
ao when )ou want traming dune
cheap and well gel our pruts
BAILEY BROS* 00. LTD,
540 liianttllf and 13H Cordova
cal al
suaiNEas coueoes
SPROn-SH^W
Business Institute
336 Hastings St   W
CanaSi't Qeaataal Wtelarn School
R. .1  Sprott, H.A., - - Masagrr
HEADY MADE HOUSEb
LEOxXAKD'S
I'.i 1 lur Flatk Block 01 Hastings itteet, opposite the new
Post Ulhcc. Leonard sella hit
tea by the pound.
MTiin ■wni
Si-fiin lhe Hii'lusl Paid ftdtim
I'Huiae's Business Collrgr,
632 614 636 vSeymonr .Street,
VANCOUVER, B. C,
Till-  STANDARD HOUSE
BUILDING k CONTRACTING
COMPANY LIMIT HI)
688 Carrall Street
The 11. C. Mills
Tm,her aud Trading Co.'s
Patented Sectional Buildings.
vm u.wt JOB PUNTING '
ASK TIIK NORTH  VANCOU
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INDEPENDBNT P1ICB8 ' I I
THEATRES
CAMKEAPHONB   THEA'"E
lleih.inii.il    Opera,   Vaudeville
and In .una
Prugtaiii th.tiiged every Mosday
Any scat in the house ioc.
jH Hastings Slreet West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
WATCHMAKERS
l-.nglish practital watchmaker;
EsUlilished 1889
hpt.t.iltt,   it pairing
KfOOOlOOfS,
311 Carrall Street THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C
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THE 1IARHOK PROBLEM
The revt-iiiie nl the port ol
Vancouver, in.in all SO urns, loi
the fiscal year ending Ma rth 31,
190U, was >J,9*3l,533. A recital
ni conditions obtaining along
ihe respective avenues in which
these dunlins have accrued,
would reveal ,1 talc ol development, sn remarkable, .is m eii
likelihut.il tn be unequalled, the
world iiu-i, in commercial aa
nala. in im particulai would
that record prove more striking
than iu iln unprecedented in
crease ..1 tonnage, transpoi lee
by thuse vast shipping interests
whiih .ut gathering Iron all
.(UaHHs nl  llie globe,  tu   ill.Um
oi Burrard Inlet, one 1.1 tm
greatest ol commercial pons.
.10 unparalleled has been ilus
growth and so greatl) in excess
ni iiiui «,is tu in* expected under normal conditions, ili.it   .
i> explainable milt on thc h>
pothesis,    iimi    contributing
t.uises   ol   .ni   iiiiiisu.il   11,uin.
hate Intu at wort  in accomplish Muse results,    1 hose wao
arc conversant uuh thc sun,,
tion,  recognise  uu  laci  uui,
while to un natural advantages
ui Hu11.it. 1 inlet this growth  is
piiinarilt   attributable,   aever-
lllelcs-s, the UUsallslailuii   Ui|i-
iluiuiis created In the reguls
lions enacted bj ita iaterataU
commerce commission   ol   iln
1 ailed Mates, havi com 11
cl in in. small degree, to thi u
-.derated development which hns
base nl.sm,,1,ie limit   recently,
lhat these advantages, ma ni
tained will remain loi all tutu
Ihi in.iliuuUi possession ol tht
port ui Vancouver, is beyond all
successlul controversion
The immediate cflcci  id  this
."'s'-, upon local fit s
lus beea to lorcefally reveal ilu
l»ct, thai liberal plana tunat w
devised and caergi tiuUj txecui-
l". I"1 providing .iu,, niium.ii.s
a"'1   "liul 1   la.llll  .,||„
"■'in   iraaaportalion,  as  -m,
keep abreast ol Un ever j
ng  demands ol  the  bu
ugli Hem ..1
1J"   projective   shipment   ol
l**H    quantities   ol   Alberta
«..um via Burrard la
llMl1 mi..nm in in,,, ,,| ||US'
P*1**   "I   li"   .jlle*ll..||    al    nine,
•1 lortuidabli problem
rhs south ihon ,.1 ii,,* 1^
Il""1  u-'*  l«rboi lu Hastings
'"""■'"'     beyond arhkh   the
il"" '- no' readilj adapt*
■l1,11 loi  shipping  purpo
*\ttoi) crowded to ,<u  utcnl
"'"ili renders necessary tht ad
opting "i various expedia
'""'''"ik' U« capacity   .*i   iu
li:i111111 area, while at the same
oui. ita ownership is so located
as to place well inch beyond tlu
p.ili* ..1 pi.nilea] economic)   its
Improvement, npon .1 plan cha7
acteriied by thai bomofeneo,
aeaa, without whnh it um 1 ,,
ibort ni us targeel aaelnln ,1
Ol all tin' locations which preient themselves, us ofiering an
opportunity to effectively cops
ttiih the grave problem which
demands solution, in order that
the port ui Vancouver may be
iiiiulc .1 iniiiili port, capable oi
handling .1 volume ol commerce
greatly In exceas ol that wiucu
irequents the world's greatest
ports today, ilu- liiiiili store 01
Burrard Inlei is so Incomparably superior to all olhcis, .is
promptly and finally to tuu-
uuse tta unprejudiced mind ol
etei) element ol doubt la uu*
t-uuutttluu. l-li.lll     k.lpll.lllu
rivet on un west lo Roche pomi
011 the east, stretches a luu w
loreahori, len miles 01 num in
length, to whicn a lurther Uoui-
,igi ni ine nulls .it uilier cnu
uia) 1.1 .uiiicii 11 accessary, an
01 ttluih is in every reepect 01
ihe iinist desirable charactei loi
shipping and industrial pmpoe-
SS< Exlclisivc tide llats aim
level areas lor railway ya'.d.s ..:
the   laiycsl   proportions;   i!up
water Bear Uu shore line .1.1
large wharves iur ocean sliipp
tag;   excellent sues iur waa-
imuse, liialiui.ii'tlll'lllg and a.ilt
died pill pi isis,  .is ttell as cut i
other ihai'.uui'i.siii leature, 01
an mu gcelled »>lei [root lor au-
-.u.iiiij; modern commercial rv*
.juiieiiiiiiis, is iiiniin along iius
shoreline. In addition to ilns,
ilu ownership oi ilus waieriront
is smh 111 iht- main, and u   *
nditioaa are "i such a tutue
lh.ll    it    ttill    lellil   Itscll    lllii.l
readily and at a uniiumim coat
lo .1 comprehensive plan ol development, in which every detail COUld be made lo ll'U.I   I*.
largest quota lo nun.ise Uh
sfiecUveaeaa    oi    Uu    ttuo.c
scheme.
iiie aatioaalisatioa   ol   the
port, (jj   means ill  a  board    ol
Harbor   commissioners,   is   ad-
mittcdly   the only  means   01
renting ta agency financially
capable ol carrying lo successlul
issue, tln> immense projects ni-
udud in ,ui .,.ii4,1,1 u scheme 01
harbor improvement, and given
a harbor board so constituted,
as lo ensure the latt thai ul
nutters pertaining to tu.11
scheme will be considered    nu
tallied tiut gokly nil the lilt III**.
ol the case, the immediate Jc-
vclopllW.nl ol the liiaglillict'lil rest .111 us of lhc north slime,must
I'llntt .is nut it,il.li as day
dattn ailciids the rising, sun.
; But| Your
! Home While
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• Paying Rent
On Fifth Street
between  Chesterfield and
Mahon Attunes, fat ini; 11)<-
Inlet, we have a very nice
modern house for $2100.
A small cash payment
secures this, the DslSBCS
as rent.
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$20 cash
$10 month
ELDER   MURRAY   CO.
I'bon« II, NaatH VaMOevsi
Phone MM, Vanou'viir
N. V. PERRIES, i.rn
The ratepayers' committee, to
Mln,in was I'liiiiiiiiii'd iln- work
oi Incorporating the nea lerry
compaay, ban nut been losing
■mt tiiiu* in carry big Iheii t„.-,k
to completion, since the rate*
l'.'.. rs ratified the inlaw in ihal
bell.ill.     The it'lllliialt ill   ilul-
p..i.iti.in ttas received ilus weeh,
llu pro*. 1-.in 11.1l board ol ilirv 1-
i.ls in nm legtil.itlt (on Ilil
and Is 111 itadllless It. laka ill i
ilu   plant aad business Irmn the
■ nt. Tin agreement which wot
I'.iiiiie.l ,11 the polls will i.i .iui)
itgned by ilu iitj ami ilu com
pany   at  tin   earliest   po-niblc
date,  ami  ttlull   tills i|  rvgtStl I
■ I  ..1   Victoria,  tin  company
Hill  lie ill p.isititiii Iii Issilt   luili
paid up simk certlficatea, al ei
which  Uu- shareholders'  meet
ing   will  In   held allil  lilt   pt I'lll.i
neiii board ol directors dull 11
ninl, 111 accordance with   Uu
Iial ol   tin   iluii.is      tl.',*,*,!'-,.
St llllll/  tk  Allinl.l ale Solicitors
im North Vancouver ferries,
Limited, and tluy arc making
every effort lo puce Ihi run
company in mil posawtsiun  b*>
i..it  Inly isi.
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THE    LONSDALE    PHARMACl
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   PRICES    ■ ■ ■
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US A   TRIAL   OA    YOl li
NEXT ORDER. PHONE jo
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DRUGGIST
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.ill kiml- "i Mi—1 "ii mnl tntlque Furniture, Store, Ofllc*. Bank nml liar Kix-
nire*.   Sepalrlng in all lu brsoebes,
' HI Tlilnl Kl. IV., lift. OaMtoa-SeM anal Lmuit-.lt-
Oppoall, -* I a
with, Chief of Police Davlea bad U |   Ir1
two test cases belore Magistrate " "
Kmly, Thursday morning. Decision was reserved, to enable
the magistrate to look carehil-
lv Into the legal phases ol the
mailer.
"^   """i"?' JiiJSSl^aoHDiwih .„,.u,u*,„,„
were  dismissed   bv   Magistral! ^^	
Kealy with a warning. All 'Idlers in the citv ate In be warned ^_—_—_—_—m—m—mwm_—m
not io sell rider ol un deacrip-
tnui, either iiiii ill casks or mil
nl bottles, to the Indians. Knot
beer is also lo   be   pmsiribed.
Magistrate Kealv declared that
the iniul «as determined to do
all within Its putter In stop the
growing intoxication whiih has
been ol lata evident aiming tin
Indians.
Our prices 011 the above anil anything a trifle less than
thev cut be bought lor In Van
et.liter and out terms ate much
better, Wc carry a lull and
complete lim- oi SHELF AND
HEAVY HARDWARE, mil.
DEES' HARDWARE, etc., and
are headquarters for
Stumping Powder
.md all other explosives
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St.  Andrew's C,   B,  held  ,111
enjoyable picnic to the Capita
no last Saturday. The Urge
turnout of friends ami members
were nnl dissatislicd, (nr all
showed signs nf having a real
good time. Judging by lhe
lateness ol returning home, one
and all seemed so ellgriisseil III
efljovilietll, thai lillle was little
noticed. Games ol all kinds
were indulged ill, while the gri"d
old fashioned style ol punning
was adhered to bv everyone, the
photos of the parly's tlnings In
[ng sufficient evidence.   Refresh
mints by the ladies were set ltd
in lhe evening, and spei ial   tea
and strawberries by lhc presi-
dent.
C  R. HICKMAN
Grocer
HOME-GROWN
Picked   lush  .'ten   dat  ,it
RoitlR pi ices
All imik.s ,t|
in stoi k loi  pi. s. it inn
piISI s.
All aim ■ ei groceries lot the
In sl l.niadt   trade  at   ncht
pirn 1,
laui-iuil" Am .- ml ttill sl
Ratlau Chair*     Rattan Crulr*      Bat tan Chairs
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Window Blintls
I'-xti'iisiiui Kn*
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Curtain P..Ins
and Bedding
Jlist
See our Couoliea, from $•"> lo$2fi
Carpel Squarei   Rugs
lii'i'i-ivt'il—I'l'.ickery,  Batter  Crooki
1'iils, l-liiwi-r I'nis, iit—
1 .-a
mi: mil wn ii.hu: \m\>\m
54  ind  56   Lonadal*  Avanui,
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C10EI AND INDIANS
The local police have been cal-
eil ujiuii in deal with several
Cases ol drunkenness Upon the
pari ol liidi,ins nl late, who
in,iilv all declare thai tluy got
drunk .on cider, such as is ordin-
uilv si dtl by dealers in suit
dunks.       In order lo pl.ne   tin
matter where n cafl Is   thall
You Must Have a
vSummer Vest
What is inun comfortable and more stylish than ,1 white
nst im the summer months. Yoa caaaof allord t<. pass
tills balgain \tt iillil. iiiiii Irotll (lie 1MB}  dilletitlt  sliaal
es and patterns Ln thtn.se from there is irn going awaj
dissatisfied,
Jtiest> arc Hi^h Grade Ve.^U
Ami um mil lu* slum mj. g,,,,d judgment in laking  ad
vantage of this sale Mors the simk   has   been  picked
nni      The usual piiu    are from I1.50 to la,50.     I In
S,iiunl.i\ and next link   thev will be snld for
$1.35 EACH
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CUMMINGS
Gent's Clothing,       Furnishings,       Men's
Childn      Boots snd Shoes.
I .adit
NEXT TO iu RNS' MEAT MARKET
LYNN VALLEY SNAPS
jo by 150 ft.nt h.is. Nearly cleared and dons to iar
line.     fjOO each.     l-.l cash,balance b, 12 and |H iiiniilhs
LOTS CLOSE TO WATI-.Kl-'RONT, ALL CI.l-.AKI.I).
I275 each,   1100 cash, l alancs 6, U and ll inonths.
lim liLK COKNKK OM   QUEEN8BUM   IIKH.HTS
all cleared,    ioo by 117    |i5<k>.   \ cash, balance b,n
and 18 iiiuiiths.
C E. LAWSON
Real Estate Specialist       ti Lonslsle Aw
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PIONEER DRY GOODS.
Ge.t' Furnishing and Fancy
btoiv.   (or. 2nd& L nsdale
DECORATIONS AND
fLAOS FOR
DOMINION DAY
ORDER EARLY
Out summer stock is now complete In all depart*
incuts and ton can do tetter with us th.ui in Vaiium-
ver, as we have niitllilip but cal'ellllh *.iletleil   p.illijn*
ami materials which will sate time ss well as money.
DRESSMAKING ').v' THE PREMI8E8.
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IMPORTANT  NOTICE  TO  OWNERS  AND  INTENDING  PURCHASER* Of       T
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NorthVancouver Properties
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Cleared City Lots
for Sale at Firat Cost
The few remaining lots in block 52, D. I,. 550, on i.|th, 15th
street and Kidgway avenue, being onu block west ol yueensbuiy
park.
Inside lots I500 to J525 each.    Corners $buo each.
Size of inside lots 50 by 15b feet each. Comers bo by 15b
feet each.
These lots are particularly well situated, 15th street being
already cleared ami graded to its full width, and lots of similar size in that vicinity now selling Ior $700 to $800 each.
The lots above mentioned a re genuine snaps.
For Sale
Intending puKnaseis of choice acreage west oi the Capila 10
or in any other part nl the Ilis.rict will prolit greatly In consulting our large and tx. iusivi list belore iiegoiiitmg lur purchase elsewhere.
This being the (ourth year of our establishment 111 business
in North Vancouver we are Htm oughly posted as to the various
properties that may be offered lor sale and their values.
Wc arc the sales agents kit a number ol estates in North
Vancouver city and district aad have a very good list ol pro
perties lor sale at prices which weie prevailing iu 1907 and 1908
during the period of .manual depression, and as we are now apparently on thc eve ol a period oi great prospciity wc consider
the preseut time very Opportune Ior investors to make a sclei-
tion of Nortii Vancouver property before the greater period uf
activity sets in.
Capilano Acreage and City Lands Wanted
Well situated city lots, blocks aud acreage, and well situai-
.'I close in acreage 111 the district, particularly west ol the Capilano, and within oue mile ol the waterlront. We have a large
list ul clients, aud special Utilities lor negotiating sales while
tlie prices are right We advertise your property without mst
lo you ll you giu- us lhc sole agciuy lor a reasonable- period
of time. Uur past records demonstrate our successlul methods
in negotiating sales, and wc propose greatly extctided operations and a large expenditure along strictly modern lines ol ad-
vtrtising.
We have representatives in several advantageous parts iu
Canada, United States aud Great Britain.
It will pay you to list with us lor quick sale il you have any
property to otier.
ESTATES  MANAGED
Non-resident owners ol property in Norlh Vancouver who
are unable to give persoual supervisiou to the management ol
their estates are requested to correspond with us, being the oldest duly incorporated Company with its headquarters in North
Vancouver, aud being .manually responsible in every respect,
we can give the ibesl assurances possiule that business will be
conducted along lines as accurately and surely as any banking
establishment throughout the counlry.
FOR RENT
Wc have a good list of cottages and bouses lor rent 111 choice-
localities in the city ol North Vancouver, and shall be pleased
to show any of them to intending settlers.
Builders of houses in North Vancouver will do well to look
over our list of choice Iocs and blocks suitable for building purposes.
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
■ im mi'..uu.1 a.L). i'ii''.. undei urn Cuaipsuna Act 1S97 ami Amending Acts, with chief place ul buataees in North Vancouver, I.e,
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Telephone 15
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LOCAL NKWS NOTJtk Intake ul the tilt  ul Vaiiniutei
  and the eluallnu above llllll.uu
('.(.nd progreaa is being made inlet is 510 leet,
nil    getting,   the   illii    ttnik    HI (d)       lhc i|llallllti    nl    ti.ilu
place tor ihe Unlit lann wharl. applied lor is 4.1 cubit leet pn
foreman  l'.ta and Ills gang arc second,
employed on  tlic work,  under (ij    I'he character ul the pro
the superintendence ol   \\.   C. poised works is a Municipal wa
Thompson. terworks supply.
S. and Mrs. C.itiasio ttish lo (l)    lhc  premises mi  which
express   llieir   ihaiiks   to   tin- the tt.Uu  is in be used   is   all
main   It tends whu still   lluttels that  alia  liuluded  willltii    llu
and other expressions ol sympathy during their recent be-
reave aunt, m the death ol Iheir
daughter, Cornelia.
Mrs. Hams, mie of Citj Bagineer Italics and then illlld,
will arrive in lhe tily tomorrow * .Wis. Hants will be at
uililpallied bv hei molhn, Mrs
\\ allll'   .lames,   nl   \\ lllils.it,tint
Their residence will be in iln
Municipal limits ol tin cut 01
Ninth 1 ancouver, comprising
Diatrict Lota .mi, 545. H&, ton
M\ M'/, s.su, .ss--, lbs, .71, .", 1,
iri, and bib.
i,g)    ilu purposes lor winch
llu* wain  is In be Usui ale Uu
llifstlc and municipal put puses.
the Vaiiitiinii  District, ol :\cw
Westminster,  tu take, divert,
convey   anil   use  Water   in   the
I City oi North \ ancouvcr,
'n)      lhe mil.le, atlilless   alld
occupation ol thc applicant   is
"llie Lui pnl.iiimi ul llie Lil) ol
Norih Vancouver."
(JiJ     The lialile nl lhe sin.
llulll Which lhe ttatil is pi..pus
nl in in* delivered  is  "Lynn
Creek."
(c)    The point ill iliicrsmn Is
about uin and uiU'i'iiaiiiT miles
aliove the Intaki m Uu tut m
Ninth \ ancouvei      ins eli ta
111111 above Burrard Inlet is .v.*
leel.
idj     The auantttj 01 wata
ippllnl lm   l:.  17 tiil.lt   It'll    pi 1
(h)   The boundaries anu area second.
ol the Municipality nl the Utj '   [0)   The thai.itui nl the pro-
oi Nnrlh Vancouvei is ail m.ii poaed «..iks is a Municipal era-
Hat lit llu- Mordcn block, miner'an-.i set lullli ill Schedule "II     Uliiniks supply.
ul l.tillsdalc ate. and Sth stlccl.'ol  the  ".North  \ allium, i    LitJ       ^1)     'lhe   plcinlse.s   un   which
The Onler ol Svea—otherwise!Incorporation  Aci  Amendment the water is to bs usul   la  ,,ii
the   Swedish  Society—ol   Van-'Act 191)7."
couver, held a iimsi enjoyable
picnic on tha grounds ol Hotel
North    i.iiiiniitei,   M-.ttidai
About   ISO  Will   ,11   attend.tine
The proceedings were enlivened
In I.lies allil kindled spin Is ami
collillldeil ttiili .1 il.uiie in llie
pallium, Hi the culling.
WATIR NOllCt
P.O.
NOTICK is hereby given llial
all appllialmn will be ina.lt
Under Part V. ol the "Watei
Act I-J119" lu Obtain a liiellsc ill
ihe Vancouver Diatrict of Nm
Westminster,  in take,  divert
convey and use water la the
City of North Vancouver,
(a)      The II.line, address   and
occupation ol ilu applicant   is
"Th)' lul pnl.ill.Ml nl lilt  till  1.
Ninth Vancouver."
(li)    The name uf lhe sticain^^^^^^^^^^^
Iiimi nh   h i'ii' water is propns- | 	
nl ti) bv J<livered is the "Bej      NOTICE is Inn in
iimiir Kiwi. ,ui   application   wil
it)   The point nl diversion is undei Part  V.
1,1) The approximate number of  lllll.il.11,nils lit  the   Cllt
ol North Vancouvei Is 3,500.
(j) This notice ttas pt.sliil
nil tile l.'lll 1l.1t nl .lliiit, I*.** .
and appllialinti will bt 111.ule In
lhc Commissioner   nu   the    inl
.1,it ni Aagwt, 1909,
t,k) Tht aames ami adttraua-x
ui ant riparian Proprii tors ..1
Licensees who 01 whose  lands
alt   llkt ll   In  In   allei lul    lit  tin
proposed tmrks either abovi 01
lllal  aha   included  ttnlllil     lilt
Municipal limits ol the Lit) oi
North   Vancouver,   comprising
Disirui I...is $44, 545, 540, ,,|,
M». aU. ■■ '•*. -71. -7 I.
.7;, aliil nld.
igi    i'ln purposes tor which
the ttatt I   Is lu lie Used all   du
iiusiit ami 1111111i1ip.il purposes
(\l)    The I...umI.on s ami .ilt.1
..I ihi Municipality ol Um 1.it
nl North  Vl ill. ...mi  I -. all   Ihal
.ilea   -t t   Inllh III  St Imliili   "It
ni iiii   "N.iiiii Vancouvei   1 in
below lhe Oul lei la "The Col   Incorporation A. 1 Amendment
puiaiinii ul the Cilt nl V. 11111111   All  1
ver and the Corporation ol tin. ,   uj    ilu   spproximau mun
Distiict ..I North Vancouver."    bar of lahaUtuats In tin   tut
Cin of North Vancoaver.       oi North Vancouver is 3,500.
1 North Vancouvei
THOMAS SHKl'UKkD
City Clark.
Iddress  North Vancouver
WATIR NOIICI
glvt 11   lllal
In   in.nl.
ol   tin     tt.ittr^^^^^^^^^^^^^
about, one-half mile above  llui| Acl lyoy" to obtain a In 1 nst in P.O. Address—North Vancouver
(jl This Notice was posted
nu iln 1 iih da) ..I .liim, 1909,
ami application mil bc made to
till-  lullUlllssltillil     1111    tlu     ild
.lut ni August, 1909.
(kj    The Baffles and addresses
aai .mt ripariaa proprietors ..1
licensees who, ot whose lands
ate likely tO be alletlitl by    llli
propoaed works either abovt  .,i
bdoW  the Out-ltl,  is the   I',,1
poratlon ol ilu Citj  ol North
Vancouvi 1  1 Uu Proprii tors
in imi ui Diatrict  Lota  1016,
'.'in. ami 1363,
l iii ..I North V .un..utt 1
THOMAS SIll-.rill-.KI)
City Clerk
The Grand Boulevard,
North
     Vancouver, B.C.
ITS GREAT MERITS AS AN INVESTMENT
lal—Lei ii ba aotad Ihal  aa
inland tilt lll.it alld dues spu.nl
111 en it direction, A mast tin
is limited bj tlu sia tu spread
in    lamltt.iiil     111111,111111    iiiiii
ItOUghl]  a mast tilt iall spieail
OVel unit  hall the ground all inland   ciiy   can   cover,   lhat   is
ttltlllll   lilt   sallll'  llistalltt     llnlll
its celtre.     1 li. 111-.1   11 '-nit un
ground in a coast ut   should
lie  Worth  llliili    than    leslilniii
ground m aa ml,unl tin.    ilus
is Im.I'Uc out by I.nls     Win it.in
the bighcat leal isl.it, atithniitt
uu 1. is continent aw rages tn
l,llll.   nl  best   It.slllllll lal lnls III
ilu tnits ni  ihe continent   at
>  |M    pel     lllllll     llHll      tllaall     |l.l|HII.I
Hull is J5,.hk>, this t.ilin lias
proved just almiil Ii.ii! Hit* pint
teal' able Inl lu st l.al 1, siala 11,,
n lilt illlltltlil port illlts
nl Ilns I'.n llu coast -lull tlu t
\\.o\ 'In   llkt   pt.piil.ili'.ll. Iln
t,ilm * nl best usi.lti 1 lots in
. 1..1    «uh ilu groa ii ni «. I
.111   . lllis,    till,   as 1 1 l In,.,;...
the} H" to ftaao pet iron) lool
Jlld  -   l'llsl     l.ili     lesldiliu
ground id ii 1.tu i.t - in thai 11
will   ititit 1 mu    In   t    ..il, 1   is   a
sound and land) t< nanarativi
nm Hunt. The Lirsl rati real
tlitiit Inis ui Vancouver's wtsi
mil ale Iiiiii   Icallsahli   al    OVel
twenty units iluii prices twen
i) yeara ago, and as iha jU'-ss
assessment ol \ .iiiiuiiti-i is i.iii
I Weill) nines whal it ttas .11.1..ill
tWeat) teals ago, ll Is itltltlil
tlial llu ihnlii Itsliiitlti lnls ul
llie ttesl tll.I hall llliliast.l as
llillth as, 11 llnl limn lllali, .in
atilage glulllltl III lilt tilt.    All
mt t si uu iii  reals uu pi Mil
tics, ami all llu pluli.inlllll Is
lllal  Un   linlili taltl pltiptlly    ol
At.nil  Vancovva miu um
u 11..niii, aim tii)  tatfeiy  u
1 .ilm , is at ptesilil a .s<,1111,1 1
tun prove a ingiiit  pi.iiii.mii
lllli Mll.tilt. Om mat nut Im
able, until lallit.it I alt .,a III.tilt lut.1I11I III Norm \ all.until,
lo lit U lllllll.    lilt    lllusl    ,n lilt
business aucid m Um lalare,bat
uiu     tali    n..v.    tlt't lli.lin      llu
thtiiti     i. idealial groaad,   as
thai siiii.iiui uu uu grand boa
I talil, ami ninii ttt tlu inn s,,t
III.,I tlu pi 1 stilt pllu , u| tins,
lols  will   dull..1.   sit.1.hit     1.,ili
..nl everj yeai hn lamtj tt.tis
ilu nmi 1 ui realt)   valaas  m
uilli I     lli.lSt    lllll*.    JUslllll I   llli
1 \|>., tan.iu mat lots ironting
mi iln grand bonk vard a ill al
It.isl un nasi* ui talue as mm h
as tin assessment id Nol lb \ .ill
mutt 1 nuli'dse*..
jid North Vaacoavei ta n
1.111 io advance.    The citj ha<
|iuiiliasiil Hit Uny   sysliin    10
make    ll    allsttti     llu    luputt-
imiiis ui progn sa, ami u tt ul
...1.unit  in in,n.i  loan ,tii UM
tlisllltl   tlltl. llll   plt.Sll.l   lltj.11-
it.11,1,111 ul   lilt   .Sul III   t .iiliulitu
board ol mm wita uu *
.ill l ai.ii. KdUWa) Cuinn.iii)
.„;,.....ilu, aim Hit .111 nmu .-
lllal .iiiuupiiiilil, ami uu ....
Iiiniluli guviiuiuclil l.s tuning in
pat, aim lias lulto, l.ugi sun
smits to gitt  .Nul111  V.iiuuUtti
railroad lacilltiee adaquau   to
i,.s .11 ti iii|iinilil as a Jhiii.
I <, nut   I...ult tain  lul I nutt   1 .
iu mi) at luweat pines ai wake
...I     11.ill  mi   Ut ll u,,1 it
iiu) win imi I..iiiiiiiii long .ti
lusidt lols, Jilt, hy l4c.1t. 01
ljuli , each )iuuo. Uoii.iii col-
mis, ilwo lots;  I04II. hy 141.11.
Ol   lj.ll.   lUgeUM   )atjtA'.   luins.
um iniul cash, balance ems ami
iighluii niiiUlhs.     liiUusi   ou
delctled luslalliiculs ti pel cent.
Alsu   ll.l litis 111 I lust pli-Xlllll-
t)' to buuli vard at ,\ '" li .*
i,nh im insults, according   tai
position,   double   tt.i lids   J
to J1750.
I'l,ui., 1 rm  lists aiid other information ian ta' had lium the
North Vancouver Land i» Improvement Co. Ltd. Lty.
Nation, H»l,11 l.ind ft Hahon,ltd., Official lonil%
QOBHKR I'l \hi 1; [ND 81 YUOVR -l'i:!:El's. VANCOUVER, II. C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Council un i last Friday evi ri
ing, Reeve Alt Naught presided
Couni illora kobson,Gordon and
Ii.n ison, and t uuncillor Eli 11
Allan were .ili present.
Councillor Allan having uiadt
a   si.iiiiiui't   declaration,   took
the seal tt huh wus lm mel It ut
cupied b\ Coun* illor Westover
..limits ui  last  meeting
n.i. adoptul and signed.
i iu* Man ui i ui iln* dominion
I..*,  celebration committee In
led ihal the) desired   the
in. miai rs ol ihe council lo  id
on    IH' '*:    I' ll|)tion   I'.lllllHiln
A 15 I'iiit an.l I'. Larson
waited on the council regarding
a huIhu i iption to the mink
K. solviu lo make u grant ol
* and the councillors »gn i
to .nt uii the committee as de
sired,
llu  sn retail  ul the board   oi
trade called  attention  to  llu
prospective visit oi tlu it
iiiiiiisiii ol publii works, Hon
Mr. l'lig'-lct, and suggested co
ition lo .I., him honor and
to lay ..in interests belore hun.
liisuhul lhat tin* clerk tuiti
and ascertain when Ur, I'ugslet
is coming, and lo reply to noard
ol trade, t (pressing willingness
tu co iij.ii.ii. ..s desired.
put) minister nl marine
.unl iisiieii. . forwarded copy ..i
..> t incorporating Montreal bar*
Lur board and inviting suggestions te local harbor board, ilu
secretar) ol tin board ol tradi
asketl appointments to a joint
tuiiiii,uiie mi harbor matters, Resolved ih.it tin reeve,
Councilloi Robson and Ungineei
t .inu i'.n In delegates in.in this
council ia. that committee,
A. J   Nn wroti, ofiering tu
sell about an acre ol land  at
coma   ol   I.tun   Valle)   and
line 1...ids im ,, municipal
hall  .iu  [1 K,ii md to
Councillors Gordon and Robson
to u port,
Capt, Archibald desired lo
have ilu street behind his huiisi
in .in limit cleared to remove
danger ol Iin Irom house. Ki
solved to repl) lhat as iln mad
is iiiii .it ; ii 1 in required, ami
uas taken cognizant
u1 tin danger, tlu council cannol al pi.sent Uliilill,ike llli
tii.mug, except ,,t tin* appli
cant's expense.
u. A. I'liuiup on and others
ashed lo hate Mai road opened
up.   l\..ik io be dont as soon as
p..ssll.lt
Mr, i...i. .tskt.l im ,, road t,,
" I*  ■ Clerk to repl) thai
this tt .is being attended lo,
.luhn alcDougall ashed loi 1
road ii 1
In it iii'l iu iln 1 nginei 1 lo open
oul a trail
Martin h Smith asked lo
havi a road lo tt. A, n/ataoa
Taylor propert) in D. L. boo. ll
«.is iisuiini tu open road  so
ill lilt  dl .Iiul.
Dii.lli t   urged going s
I improvement
1 igfa I)   1      a ,     Htl.tU
brought in ..1 seal meet
ing.
Harris ,\* Hull wroti. threat
'im ui
un   im   ll hug   his
:. .llinl
gineei 1 ameron
'"    ' l    .Uld
.lulu
I **.       .       la... Uf.
... hold ui
ph   at
itt  *i iiiiinittp.il
- ii.u   In
Ri iniul lo
II a      10    lust
ilpplt
. di in. 1
whii ■ ulnl up
II ' liable to
givi                  ' ■   iin    nm   Sn
m..m ind  Uu   council
un.iinin.., !,, (,,11 lt
: ridgt" in In.in.1
* province
11 Gordon
• I t*. ilu 1*..11,
' ion plai "i I)  I,
'
■ ■   wide  ii *
l>  I.
A
Mi- :    ui-
cludi 'i I,     i .nu1
Sketches ol parts ol 1) L 613,
77S and 816 were approved of.
Tin board ol works report ul
men's wages was passed and
payments authorised,
1 in t leik reported regarding
ownership and pi ices asked for
proposed quarry lots; reierred
to engineer to imd out as to
others.
II.iitv reels wa.s duly appointed road tax collector, The
mllei tor submitted lisi oi ar-
it.ns for 1907 taxes. It was
resolved thai t lax sale be held
mi September ist  next,  to bc
held at the liiuiiinp.il llall.
Tin engineer .ailed attention
to the p..siiiuii ui the city's watei 111*1111 on 1.tun Vallej mad,
ui tut) ni ilie tramway exten-
DAIRY
NOKIII    .   a    a
VANCOlVtR
Phone 126      Store 111 1st street east
Giiariuiti'i'il Hem Quality Sapplla*
Kit'iiiii*^ ilt-liit'i 1 nl liiiy'H milk
FPROMPTTTalECflRlD)
ll'e saalii'it ilie business of Mamifarltirers,
Hnriiit'tT. ami others whore-Htt Hit* aula I-i 111
,   ily a*f li.iviug Unit* I'ailiut lm  ne.t tm
Cream, lamer, mnl let-1 rt-iini hii|i|iIii..I   tsjUxfarla, rnllolrnryttlvictfret, .
■tit   PHTITB    D        ■  I'lialfllllfc Olil* Invent* *r > Advisers, Iltl *..  :i 1   -
WM. rtUlalr, frop.      . .,st. Marions Mm i in, Rt-aU, New York Lift
 .       II1'    Moll      «„.! H   ,.l  „,,,..„    I,,*     l*,.
ARRANGEMENTS   FOR  1909
July 10—Flower show
Sept 17—Exhibition, promi-nailt
concert in evening.
Sept.  iH—Exhibition, dance   in
evening.
Oct. 13—Dance
Dec. 1—Dance
1910
I or Bool and Shoe Repairing
and I ii-.ilmi Work   .   .   .
|h lo TIKIS. I). .MILLS
PioneSt Hoot  Maker
l.imsd.ilc Ave., opp. City  Hall
I. O. ().   I-
sion .unl in.ui. recommendations Jan    -Poultry show
Resolved ihal iln line and the     Date ol lectures will be pub
engineei  coniei  with tin  nn Uaiad   as   arraagemsnta   ait
council ..11 ilu subject. made.
Hu iiiiiii iu,id local tin- Fw terms aad engagement ol
provement bylaa 1909 wu ad- Hall, apply to If. L. Kane,
justed and passed ,1 third time. 115th street, or phone 23.
Tin* Frederick road local  un-1
proveiueut bj law ttas introduced and panned a first and second
tune.
Councillor Allan's name   ttas
pul on all committees in place
ui Councillor western's,
The council then adjourned.
• illll  llllllll   l\|l
I'Hi It 1 l.liiilllirN
Ull*. W.ll,)i|.\Glii.\. fnr Maine years-
rt-i.uiu in I'.iri. and lierinaiiy,
li.i- * 1 * ii,*i 11 -iinliti, 114 Upper
K'llii li .'i, iai iln- ifailiiii|-oi
I'liiini, ninl n.e French and tier- -
ii..ii. lauyuagw,
Pioneer
Bakery^
Si. H. Walker,  •   Proprietor
North  Vaiiiuiiver  Lodge,    No
55, meets everv Thuraday evea-
mj;, corner Lonsdale avenue and
First street, at <s o'cloch, Visit-
mg brethren cordially Invited lo
attend,   A. I,. Clements, n.i'. ;
Thus. S. Nye, Rei.-sec; .1. 11.
Pilling, Kin.-see.
60  YEARS'
EXPERiENCF
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Board of
Trade meets llu- third Tuesdav
! Sack 111..nth, at K o'clock p.
m., in the board room, City-
Hall. Executive meets the first
Tuesdav of sach month. D. G.
Dick, President ; ,1. R. .1, Murray, Secretary.
Soildi rs and
Contractor*
I'. LARSON :*  prepared t<>
supply
I imr, Brick,
band, Cement
Ami iill kin.Is iif Building
Material ini-uantitiesto suit
in.I ui reasonable prioei.
—Al'I'I.Y—
HOT1 l. SORTH VANCOUVER
III  |*|'l|ll\|     \,a    'J
Fteeh bleu Uaily delivered
lu an pails ul Hit cut.
10 matt.** lui ,*:
4 lui Ij ceaIs.
1 KY UUK MlLr\ tSKHAu
lilljll UKAUli CAlvfc.
1.131 KX, Lit.
rtONhhK bAKtKY
I'ln-M-  b /I  L-uiisUslit, fiVV
Trade Marki
Designs
COP' RIGHTS i&
AriTonpitf'tirtfng »nkptrlt and tf^-crlpltrtn mar
quickly mwi.iui r ir 01-111I011 li«e wiietljpr an
lUTciitinn iiprnha! '» (.lui'innMn,  f
iiniiBHiriotirc-'i'ii-.'.iiii. HANDBOOK
inMflj  Ciimmu
"iKl'Tll'UlPllU
jent free. OMrst Rcenry fur ot-runuK i*trma.
I'atuiiti taken tlmiuuh ftluin _ Co. recvlre
Wrial nvtktt without dirge, lu ti.e
Scientific America
A baMidJoniuly Ulmiraltt. wi-ckly, L-mvM circulation of iny iriei.tiv JmiuihiI ler ma fur
.nm.tn. I ■.:*') ft yeftr,i>H>(-raue yu ■ i.. i. hold by
■il) now-ita uteri.
MUNN & Co.se,B~-*-*- New York
Braiicti Offlce. m t Hi. W ..Iiluulun. I) C.
llll
Laiu INotice
inl -In 11. cr   lain-.Lh* ave
Choicest Cut
FLOWERS
ill li.lt ll III  lettSSl   I aria a-
II h Inal (.,r
FUNERAL DESIGNS or
WEDDINO B0UQUET8
M17 II,,slums M.( H, >|
North Vancouver
HOSPITAL
i.i\|.|. ii:n ni
the \iisseh D.twsos
M   ■ 1
Mali .* ■    -*
Nkiii Ssat Out m kttSuDm
I ..r I. reii appli  .11 1 ■*->• 11     1 il
-in.'i ,t »l    ln<lr. >l -  \,l
PHONE   69
.New    \\c*,liiiii,-.ler    J.and   D-
tnci. District ul i«t ., Hull
minster,
'lake- notice thai B. A. ilas
well ol \ ancouvcr, li. C, ocx-
ji.it imi broker, liiteiiils lo aj.j...
lor pcrmissioii lu purchase Uli
lollowing deacribed lands:—bee*
oud i,,.1.1..n Paaha Lake. Com
minim-; at a post planted .1
llie SOVth west curlier ol tiinlxi
incuse 147MS, thears aorta  j,o 	
ihains,   tlieiiie   west 80 chains,   fool Sharpening a specialty
llunie south (to chains inorc  or
Uaa to short- ol lake, lltcme  a- ———————————————
long shore ol lake lu point   ol
cuiiiiiicncement.
BUrlOT A.  HASUKI.I.
Mat   12th, I909.
BLACKSMITH1NG
HORSESHOEING
5TEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
1 ic . I' li
Bruce £»
Dodd*
GROCERIES
BOOTS aNd SHOES
cents' fUrNisH-Ncs
Situ k nuiv  wrll   as-aitled  in
aid -pnnR lines,
llli;iH'WSS CHOI'MIIFS
III I     I'.lllllll    *
Viiiii trade solit ilea,
WEDDING
RINGS
An b in|hi lm. ''ut imi by wo-
nii n. nt the (all -ex sre often
consulted alat.m th. pun hasi.
or thtt shoald I"      Wedding
ringS   laillla.t    In     tun   gtXXl    111
|i iim    th \ -ii*  u.l ' ifiiil.i)
pun h.i-,1 -. w • 1.a)- ihem in
In .in -..li.l gold, gusraati 1 d
.. .1 luii^ iiiiiiiii.. In
uilh 1 -tile- it imu- in- easily
i.ikt iln  li 1*1 in tun tv, quel.
lit nnd la 11 i'ini 1     Hn)  )"iir
|, it, in bi I- "".I \"n a '
th,* ia, *.i i.tiii. 1.1 1..in mom t.
Lonsdsle Avenue and Ml. 1-1
Phrfne 41
GRASSIL & CO.
318 Cambie Btreet
L'm-i
womomittiiim
rhis fine Lot
Cleiir.'.l. I'Vin'i'.l nii'l in llr.i-*
$250 Cash
Balance Ifl 1. 1 .unl * jrwtra
Price Ji 1
JACK LOUTET
•^♦♦♦^•♦♦♦♦♦a>a>aX-«W-^-W-H'>,>'X,*:*,>,H*->-W^-->'M,,W,,^>'aS^
I EVERYBODY KNOWS HONEY IS cSWLEf |
*,•   ———at-———~—-mm-————ma-——a-——m-—amm-—i ..
X  Bui everybody hu sot yel realised how different ths house "
.,. would look by ipeoding ,1 little money on some ol the WALL ',',
X PAPER or PAINT sold by ST0.NEY ft CO,
|:|     If in doubt, our expert sdvieeon decoration or color is at .,
,t,  ituii service, I»
ft     \\. du sverythiof in tin* decorating line, ami we do it right ',',
I Stoney <& Co.,
117 Lonsdsle Avenue   a.
9
99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999
Saletv Deposit Bums it. Kent. Saletv Deposit Boxes lo Kent.
Acta aa Exacmor. trustee, Liquttiitor  Recslvera and Atalgnaa
Court bat di  Itaurd
£-%■ I'H
^   0.
INTEREST
il mi  dapudta, eoaipoandad
fa HI r lillli'- laaliia
Paaa Booki laauea
5°
0
t. * BARNARD, Chairman
Hi IN   K I'AIU>1( riMT.n.l'liiiiriiiitii a.l   | :x, iiilit,-
1   ,1   I' i;il!-il\. ManiiLt-r I.G   a .UN WKHIIII,-.t-r.liir.i*
i.rniiviila' UauaiuDI Klurk, ouruar Robaoa nml Hunt ilie
r .. BotM . pin,n. .vi
Safety Deposit ___ to Kent. Safety Deposit Boxes to Rent
is
0
Time table, amcndi-d in June   1st, 1909 :—
(.'.us   leave   lerrv   landing for.   Cars leave Lonsdale   Avenue,
all points, as follows: Kt-uh  Road,  ami  Qneeaaban
Aveaue Terminals as lollows:
*(t.i-o a.m.
Vv "
•7.00 "
•7.30 "
X. IK) "
B.30 "
9.OO     ''
9*25   "
Alter whiih 1,us leave ..I Irto
lllltllltes past the llnlll and ttteii    ,   * ,     ,
minutes to the 'nnu  .n.i l-icii-
lv-livc  iiiinntti.N  ailci   tit   hour
until midaight.
* Nut mi St11i1l.it. * N,,i ,,n s uitl.ty
l-'or C.riiitse Howtaia lake ihe Lonsdale Avenue car, ttk
Linn Vallet lake lhe (Jtieensliii it Avenue tar. l-'t.r Capilano
take the Keith Koad iar.
'".IS a.m.
*M5 "
•7.13   "
7*45   "
8.13   "
8.43  "
y.15  "
.. |o "
After which cars hate at  ten
tt  initiutcs   to   the  hour   until
midnight.
SEVUNTEBN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUI rio'N
We can   handle as many nmre.     If you ate Ihinking ol   building
sec- us and talk the matter OVI 1
CAMPBELL ir* MILLER
■Jiia'i Lonidale Avt-.
North Vancouver
■yvvyt^A^A^^^r^*^*^*^*^*^^*^
Cates' Wharf
FOOT OF ROGERS AVE  . NORTH VANCOUVER
Dochage loi suainers
Wan -house Accom11it11lal11.il lor all purposes
M\l>,  LIME, BRICK,  CIMIM, ORWtl
COAL and LIMBER
liunds dellti lid ll di sued l'n.||l|.| service
iffll IT OFFICE i.i\ nun
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PHONE 3099
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i THK EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, R. C.
One ill the pioneer residents ol
Nortli Vancoavet passed away
on Friday last, in lhe person ot
Captain Seal, whose death occurred at the lamily residence,
1334 Allii-rni street, Vancouver.
Captain Seal i-nk-ted the serviie
ol the C.l'.K. in 1841, having
broaght tlu Empress ol Japan
Irom England to Vancouvei oa
her maiden trip    He remained
chiel I'llicer ol the Empress lot
•tight years, retiring from at t;- e
servici in i8yt). For n inimlni'
of years previous to his clirc-
liiciit, Captain Seal resided 1
10th street, this city, and is ic
liiiinlu'rcd wilh .sincere tcga'd
hy numbers ol the early r.-i.i-
dt-nts. While sojourning 1.1 1.0s
Angeles, he was taken ill la,t
Chiistintis eve, but recovering
somewhat, returned to Vancouver in April. Captain Seal was
56 years of age and is survived
hv his wile and one sister, the
latter residing in England. The
funeral was held on Saturday
last, from thi; lamily rcsidi-ikc.
RAILWAV 11ELT LANDS
The  minister of the  interior
has received several applications
lor lhe right   to  occupy   lands
liorilering on lakes, eli., wit hill
the forest reserves, (or camping
and kindred purposes, and suitable regulations have accordingly lieen provided   Ior'lhe  purpose.  Alter certain reservations
in the public interests, the regulations provide that subject to
the approval of the oHin-r   in
charge of the reserve, leases ul
lots   for   the   purposes   n.itiiiil 1
may lie obtained at  an annual
it uiai ol live dollars, leases   to 1
run for  ten  years,  subject   to j
cancellation si any time.   Bach
lot is to contain not more than
one acre or to occupy more than
100 leet uf waterfioiilage. Fifty
feet from  high water mark  is
reserved, wliieh may be improv-i
ed by consent, bul which   must
be kept  free from buildings   or
othor obstructions, on this strip
For Sale.- Agreement oi sale
I'or I780, Payable {20 a month
with Interest >s per cent, payable
quarterly, Price I760 cash. Apple P.O, box m, North Vancouver,
Bt, John's church held s successful    sale  id   ttllitettear    ill    tIll-
Eagles'   llall.      A   large   crowd
ttas presenl and lhe amount re-
ali/.ed was most satisfactory,
The local strawberry harvest
Oii Siiturdat,  the W.  A.   «d is now in lull swing.
TV
Better^ntraTourMone?
Paint  that  will  cover better — look
bright   longer   and   last  nearly twice
as long as ordinary paints.   Paint that will not
cnalk, cheek nor crawl—il common sense {aides
llie use ni 11     I', i-nt it took IT vi ars tn perfect by
adding just enough of ona ipedal ingredient,
Money's-worth palul that's the idea!
It's in every can ol M-L Pure
Paints, Made in -io colon tor all
pain! users by Imperial Varnish
& Color l'u., Limited, of Toronto.
NORIH VANCOUVER HARDWARE
CO., LID., Local Agents
Canyon View Hotel
Land Notice
New Westminster Land District. District ol Nov Westminster,
Take notice that William I)ai-
zicl Duke ol North Y.itiiouvcr,
occupation broher,iatcada to apply Ior permission to purchase
the lollowing described lands:—
Horse Shoe Lake (west shore).
Commencing at a post pleated
due west of a barren rod. M
yards out in the Horseshoe lake
in a little bay on the west .shore
of same lake, thence west 40
chains, thence south lo chains,
thence east 40 chains more or
less to shore of lake, thence
north ailong shore ol lake to
point ol commencement.
WIl.l.IAM DAI.ZI1.I, DUKE
May 15th, 1909.
CAPILANO
THE FINEST TOURIST RESORT ON THE
B C. COAST
AUTOMOBILE STAGE meets every car at end of Keith
Koad Line, North Vancouver.
Kates 11.50 per day ami upwards.
P. LAKSOS,
Proprietor.
F. CANCELLOR,
Manager
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Hill
Wood
FOR SALE
50c a
Load
You c.in take as large a load
load as you like for
50 cents.
Send your own teams.
DIM WRIGHT II Ml
Usssas
17th Street, North > am ouver
Right
Priceness
lias ulivavs lifi'ii a s|n'i'i:il li'atutv here.
I 'ur own past is tin- only OOmpatiUOD
which put** us on our mottle. We quote
genuine Knglish and Scotch tweed suits,
finished to your order in Brat-clan and
inimitable style for $20; really worth
$.'15, custom-made, or your money hack.
Fit-Reform
Mail Orders ami Samples on Application
MS Hastings Street    Vancouver
WEST HALF  787
This is by far and awav the best buv on the mnrket at present Kill.-; 132 feet, at |85.   TERMS—Cash
$25; balance, $2o quarterly, sin per cent interest.
For a view these lots can't be beat. Why 33 foot lots
are selling alongside at same price. Not 1"> minutes
from Lonsdale ave car. Over 10U per cent profit here.
Only a few lots left.
ALEXANDER SMITH, Real Estate Agent
Telephone 24
P. 0 Boi jo
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RECREATION   PARK
NORTH   VANCOUVER
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JULY  FIRST.   100!)
The Lightweight Champion of Canada
Billy Lauder
The unbeatable Scot of Calgary, will defend his title spins)
Marrij Lombard
Who is out ti) will here and here to win mil
I   This will undoubtedly be the best boxing exhibition ever seen in North    J
—	
•   Vancouver.    Both men have nude long journeys for the encounter and    ll
X each means to whip the Other.
9:00 P.M.
I   RINGSIDE $2 -        - ENTRANCE $1   ::
	
NORTH   VANCOUVER
RECREATION PARK
JULY 1 AND 2
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11   a in    Prol.   dt   S)lv,i.   tin
tt<.ilal 1,minus  aert.it.1111.
Mill   alMCllll   li.ill.lt nihil   III
1 I1.1l111.il.     lt is tin 11 up
tu the   plulissi.i    t.i   gat
il.i-tti 111 a parachute.
1 p.in -Hand Concert.
3 p.ln —League Haseliall.
\ allcnUVer v. T.u nlli.1
J p m    Hand Seliiliiiiis.
6 p.in-Darin-* double parackata
disi cut.
7.30 p in— C.uiidnijiht. THE EXPRESS. NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
1  park area would have ni.'uli  ,in
additional 40 lots of the Mine
si/e, 01 ai tulal ol 1H4 lots. Tlie
market value ol each ol tins,'
luis cannot be computed at less
th.ui JjOO, or a total income ol
f92,000 which Mould have accru-
il degree, ni ihe manner in ,,, ,„ tll, comi),my M Ulls |,a,is
In addition to this, it is safe to
The nty ..I North Vancouvei
has intu lortunate to .1 very un-
which in tho earl) thus ,.i m 1
existence, extensive park areas
have been   deeded   lo   lhe   >. 11 \
These magnificent civic assi is,
whiih have been procured   bj
other cities, 1.iih   u the result
ol strenuous ellorl ami heavy i
expenditure ol publii funds,have
Inin conferred gratuitousl) up
mi this iU). bv large propel1 >
owners, who have manifested
then in, a publii spun ,,s admirable as it is l.tif
The grand boulevard, given to
tlu 1 n\ bj the Xa.iih \ancou
ver I...ml ,\ luiprovemtnl   i'a,
laiiisimitt s mu ul lhe most con
ipicuous instancea ..i ilus mag
n.hiiiii.ms treatment a,i the ciiy.
This magnificent aveaue,   in
point of area, ranks as one   ul
tin- moat extensive boulevards
in lhe wm Id, and promises ;.
lhe course of time to constitute
a residential feature which will
accord  ilus city a continent*!
reputation in respect tlui : 1
01 a uml..1111 widtii oi 146 leet,
the graml bi.ulcv.ird extends *.
total length ui twelve full
Minks, ,mil is Banked  midwat
upon the   west   bj
park    area
blocks.      While Vel in the earlt
say llwt the company has expended at least $10,000 in clearing, grubbing, platting, designing the boulevard, .sowing   it
with glass seed .i'lil plalllillg it
with,  choice   plants,   trees   ainl
slu iibs, giving a grand total of
$103,000, From lliis must be
subtracted J8ooo which the city
agreed to give the company in
debentures, in lieu of certain
considerations with respect to
tin* scheme, leaving a net value
ul iwi,ni'ii handed over to  ihe
city ns its firat cost, but the
luture value oi which it is dilli*,
cult indeed to conjecture
I-'ur purposes t.( comparison it
may be stated that the cit)
Winnipeg, alter great effort succeeded 111 set tiring park areas
distributed throughout the citv,
aggregating somewhat over Jj
acres considerably less than the
grand boulevard—the first mst
ol which was 186,000, to which
have been added subsecpient expenditures—the counterpart of
which have been performed bv
the donatOTS as for North Van
spacious convH-totaUiag lJiS.000.
From these c.nsidcTalions   it
is evident that in lhe grand Iiiiii
ef stages ..I  li.i lllal lull.. \li nslve   1 ,.   ,. 1   ,,,      ,,      ,        t        ,      ,
,  r ,   , ,        lev,ml the uiv  has been made
DAINTY HOT WEATHER MUSLINS AND
WASH GOODS
In all weights and qualities, including cross-bar, stripe
and dotted muslins, while and colored drills, lighl stripe
ducks, drills, India linens, lawns, organdies, etc., etc., etc.
White dotted Swiss, large and small dot, per yard   15c
Kxtra line doited Swiss   ijt
Cream and white lancy muslins       2oc
Kxtra Imc quality fancy muslins, all designs, in cream and
white, regular .pic, "or   ,*,oc
Light stripe ducks  151
Best quality English drills, white ami colors   13c
Hist English prints, guaranteed last colors, regularly sold
I.it- 13c, our price*     i:,c
Ginghams and Shambraja, ,11 elms mc and 15c5
India Uncus, Victoria lawns,  Persian  lawns, organdies,   12',c
15c MX iiiiii   25c
Cleared  Lot*
Ii) Block 3.M, D.L. 330
These lots are a
Close to park and
trie light.
I  on  gradidstreets.     In fine neighborhood.
grand  boulevard.     Water,   telephone,  elt-c-
Prices $600 to $700
l CS)   IIRalS
Remember we an* agents lor Singer
son sewing machines  u.tl acussorics.
aim:
Wheeler 1 W,
S. GINTZBURGER
• LIMITEC-
work has not i tin less been ttone
toward getting the boulevard
into shape, ami lt already iug
gists to the shrewd invest..1
ample suggestion i.i its enviable
advantages from a residential
point nl cut) .md of tlic high
values that .rn- destined tu tub
along its borders
An approximate estimate  ..I
lhe III..lit I,it)   Value  to  the ill)
of lllis splendid assel mav lie
reached In compulation and
comparison, .md is somewhat
as lolloWS 11.id tills snip : \i.
leet wide and twi he blinks III
length. Lull .livid.d int.. city
luts,   Md)   '.vet   fifty   leet     Wld.
and 157 iiii 111 length with din
allowance lor .1  stint  eight}
feet 111 width, it would lum
made m   such  lots   while   tin
J. .1. McALEECE
keith block lonsdale avknt
ph iini-; 93
THE NORTH VANC0IV1-K SPECIALIST
103 Cordova f»\nvi, \ancouver, K. C.
r 11. BOH M.
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
Via L.licii a trio! hid ..11 roar nnltr- iiusll or ttrp
DR.
MORRISON
IK'iitist
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RADLRMACHrR'S
STRAWBERRIES
(innei   I,nn.i,ile .,'
T..'ties :
,r:.i Second Slrt/t
the recipient of a most hand-
sunn gratuity, with respect   to
which n is reaaoaaUe to suppose the citizens and propertv
owners will matiilest a lively
appreciation.
If Lite nature and proportions
ol the city that   is   to   occupy
llu* nurth shore oi Hurrard   Inlei  is to be such ,is to justify
the laith reposed therein bv her
friends,   ihi'ii  it is beyond   all
pi 1 idventnta that in the grand!
boulevard, North Vancouver   is
possessed oi one of   the  most
striking   and   valuable   residential features ui a continent  audi
that within lhe Iik- span ol the
ptesiiit generation, record prices in tei ins ..I per loot frontage    ,
Will be paid l.n  huniesltes upon j  »>»»»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦    ♦ •-M ♦••/-^^♦e)*®*#*«*«*»#>«*#^**^®*<***>^^*
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FANCY AND STAPLE GKOI BRIES
seal sad Foreign Fruits
Fresh mnl Case Eggs
1 hoice (1..iiii.ii Butt< 1 s-wsyi on bund
Lamp Goods, (1 Mswsrs
Cncharywsre, Brushes,  Brooms,
AT
CLEANLY I'iCKKI)
FULL WEIGHT
FINE FLAVORED
RIPE FRUIT
FBB8H FROM TIIK YINKS
McMillans
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HENRY T. C. EVES
P1RC1 K1M.1
NRY EVES b> CO.
The GENUINE North Vancoaver tyttdalbt.*
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PRICI $250
bslance in lourqusrlt tlv payments
(50,00 1 at h
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NOTE ADDRESS--67 and 69 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver,
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