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VOLUME 9
NOKTIl VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27.1909.
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government were to appoint ol-
ficials, vested with powers and
duties similar to those of the
Ontario railway board, thus
bringing into operation a
searching periodical investigation of street ear equipment and
the installation of the most approved types of safety devices."
The motion was seconded by
Aid. Dick and carried unanimously.
Aid. Young,   in   moving   the
Aldermen McRae, McNeish,
SchulU, Young and Dick were
present at the adjourned meeting of the city council, Monday
evening.
Communications were received
as follows: From the secretary
of the B. C. El. Ry. Co., acknowledging receipt of the resolution of thc council, requesting that the tramline be extended along Lonsdale ave. north.
It will be submitted to the manager upon his return to the city.
The city engineer reported the
old bridge on Larson road not
worth repairing and a new one
would cost $908; filed.
From W. C. Grilible, asking
that a sidewalk be laid on 6th
street, Irom Lonsdale to Chesterfield avenue; from Mrs. Harry
Shepherd to the same ellect; referred to the 'board of works.
From R. T. Blackburn, asking
that another plank be added to
the sidewalk on 19th street,Irom
Chesterfield to Mahon ave.; referred to board of works.
A petition was presented from
Messrs. Gordon & Stewart, asking that lots 4, 5, and 7, in blk.
170, D. L. 274, Hie cleared of underbrush, etc.; the clerk to write
She owners in lhe matter.
From Thos. S. Nye, secretary
of St. John's church, requesting
that an arc light be placed at
the comer of 8th and 13th; referred to fire and light committee .
From R. Archibald, to tlijc effect that he wishes to improve
the boulevard on the west side
of Lonsdale avenue, along lot 1,
block 22q, D. L. 545, and asking
that the rocks, etc., left by the
waterworks workmen, lie removed; waterworks committee
to act.
From Geo. A. Skene, urging
objections against the work noiv
being done on ud street; relerred to Iward of works.
From T. A. Martin, to the effect that grading operations on
3rd street have elevated the
roadway and rendered difficult
the entrance to a cottage, ho*
tween St. Andrew's and St.
Patrick's avenues; liled.
From E. A. Haswell, lo a
similar eflect, with reference to
the Haiiimersley property, corner 3rd and Sl. Patrick's ave.;
tiled.
On motion of Aid Dick, the
letter received last week, wilh
reference to exemption from
taxation for the hospital property, was re-read, and relerred
to the board of health.
John Alexander addressed the
council, with respect to the proposed extension of 3rd street
through the Indian reserve, and
wished to know how the matter
stood. Mayor May explained
the situation as it stands at present, and stated lhat nothing
further could Ih- accomplished,
until after the return ol Uie Indians from the fisheries, whiih
might transpire about the end
of the month.
R. E. Macnaghten, on behalf
of a delegation presenl, addressed the council in favor of the adoption of tin' amendment to the
liquor licensing bylaw, in order
to provide for the closing of barrooms on Sunday. Mrs. C. 1.
Hall also spoke on the same topic. The matter was laid over,
to collie up under the proper order ol business.
Accounts as follows were ordered paid: Hoard of works,
general,5.ViH; local improvement
3rd street, 5l35I47; waterworks
committee, $618.68.
Aid. Schultz, in accordaBCi
with notice of motion given at
the last meeting of the council,
introduced a resolution as follows: "Thai this council rcs-
pcctfullv desires to call the attention of the provincial government to the importance of rendering transportation on street
cars less hazardous, hy the adoption of the most improved
sali'lv denies, and further considers that the interests of the
public  would be served il the
the city. Personal subscriptions
hail Innil received to the amount
of 5265,111111 a set ol instruments
would cost J»375. The committee from the bund requested .1
donation lo enable than to order the insliiiiiii'iils. On motion
ol Aid. Schtlltl, a gr.uu oi $100
was made.
GOLD  ON   SEYMOUR
M. Dowdy, .1. 11. Anderson
and .1. Ross Taylor, of Vancouver claim to have discovered the
mother lode from which the
gold louuil nearer the mouth of
the creek has always come.
The discovery was made by
accident, the three men strolling
third reading of the amendment [around for a walk. On reach-
to the liquor licensing bylaw, ing Seymour canyon,thev decid-
subinitted the following amend-led to climb down it, when on
ment to the text of tlie amend- j reaching the bottom and look-
ment as read a first and seconding up they were struek with
time, namely, that the follow- the sight of cold in the dills
ing words be inserted, "and the
barroom or other room,in which
liquor is trafficked in, of the licensed hotel, shall, from and af-
Assayings of scrapings taken
from the place show J3.40 gold
to the ton, but it is thought
that nic'U-1 and cobalt will   be
letter Irom an esteemed subscriber, signed "Property Owner" bul withholding the name ol
the writer from publication. The
letter deals with the present
rate of taxation in the city, i.e.,
>.| mills, staling Unit it is generally considered among property holders that the rate is high
and reaches "the limit." The
writer makes allowance lor interest on the heavy debt already
incurred, and upon the necessity
of keeping pace at the same
time with other communities,
but contends that excessive taxation will do more than almost
anything else to deter home-
seekii-rs from investing.
He considers that the present
assessment somewhat anticipates values, in view ol the building of the bridge, etc., and
thinks that the old rule of making assessment of property the
equivalent of a just debt from a
solvent debtor, has "been somewhat lost sight of. He cites
the faet that heavy civic expenditures must soon be incurred
ter the hour ol twelve o'clock mi
Saturday night until six o'clock
on Monday morning tluiealiti.
bc closed ag.unsl all persons,
and no sale or otherwise disposal ol liquor shall lake place
therein, or on lhe premises
thereol, or out of or from the
same, lo any person or persons
whatsoever, during smh prohibited hours, excepl as otherwis.
specially provided (or by lhe
Luis ol the province."
A protracted, and at times
heated discussion look place upon the advisabililv of closing
the local hotel bats on Siindai,
aiid Aid. Young's aineiiiliiiiiil
lo the amendment, as well as
his amendment to the livl.ni.
was carried bv the baiting VoU
ol the mavor on each molii.n.as
follows: Yea, Aid. Young, Mc
Rac and Mavor Mav. n.n. Aid
McNeish and Diik. Aid S.hull/
declined to vole In each inse.
Robert Chance addressed the
council mi Iub,ill ol the brass
band which is being lormed  in
'lound in j..,\ mg .pi.minus  This
will be know! ihls link, as lhe
ass.mi  is Hoiking on   further
samples.
I    Willi rclcrcllic   lo   llu*   ,ilioit
report, Tin I'.Npnss is informal
by a prominent tiii/m ,.1 North
Yaiiiimwi, ih,it tin* Summit
1,illion ii.ts sl.iked as ,1 iiuiiii,il
ilallll Miliit it,ils ago, and is
imu In hi In ,1 sunlit,ilt ol In
l.li men, .illd lhat 1 luii is lien
probability thai these disn.it 1
els ol ,1 laid dai hau simply
slaked llli 11 claim olil pTODtl
lv all'iadi mined In others Tin
local mini is have I..1111.I main
very line samples ol lio.it, shmi
Tug gold in large quantities,ami
iini havi hiuiiisi iinin toiisiii
il.illiis, llllll s.itisl.itloiv reel,1M1 di ulo|.iiunl work mi tin
suits, although   tln-y   are   lulh
convinced that   Uw mam  k .1 *
has nol as Ml  Inin ilisioiiltil
CITY TAXATION
The Express is iu tempi ul a
loi s.wers, etc., which must allnl the tax rate, and yel an in-
11,as, in the rate must uork a
hardship oll llolilebuilders who
,iii nol possessed ol large lllealis
and dei lares that alter all il is
ih, pi ople who own iheir own
lioinis and live on this side that
luiiiii up the city. He comludes
In questioning the advisahilitv
ol appointing a real estate man
as a.stssor, Iht.iusc ol a natural tendency to "boost" propertv, which may have the ellect
ol dtiung mvestois an ,11
The II. C. Kl. Rv will .al'. for
tinders this week lor the gi ailing ol the Lynn Valley exlm-
sion      Mr.  Garden,  the com-
p.iin's engineer and Maliagii
l'i tri went over the line Monti.n .illd Mr. Gardili prou-rded
al onu- to lav oul the grade. On
Wednesday, Aid MiNei-h and
Mr. Pcrrv went up and inspired llu uti .nil ol the cxfiiisiain
ll is expeitrd that the wmk will
proceed without further delay.
I LOCAL ISEWSi
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A. R. Steacy is usiiing Seat- j   Hollyburn wharf is now about
tie and taking in the lair, this ready lor the decking,
week. I   Born.—On Wednesday, August
Far  Sale.-5o,ooo strawberry JjUi, to E. and Mrs. Eiitwistlc,
plants.    50c. per 100.   Simpson tt daughter.
Ik Wight, 19th street west.
Miss Laiug and Miss Kinder
spent the week at the Seattle
lair, reluming this morning.
Woman or girl wanted,lo help
with housework. Apply Mrs.
H. J. Robertson, 145 1st street.
A. L. and Mrs. Clemeiils ol
loth street east, have been visit
S. Abbott has removed his
lamily to this city, aiul is residing 011 14th slreet, between Mahon and Jones avenues.
S. Adull and lamily have taken possession of tlieir new home
at lhe corner ol 8th street and
Sutherland ave., D. L. 553.
The board of directors ol
Nortli Vancouver City Ferries,
ing Seattle this week, seeing the Limited, have decided that
lair
Typewriting. — Miss E. Sinclair, public stenographer, at
Thacker & Thornton's, 144 2nd
street east.
Found.—A flat bottom boat,
with windlass. Apply NT, I.
Thompson, Hollyburn Wharl,
West Vancouver
to
the
all
press shall be admilled
sessions of the board.
Roy Sargent, who has been 111
the employ ol a survey parly,
came home yesterday, sullering
from a severe iul in his lool. lliis progressing lavorably.
The waterworks gang is employed on laying a main on 5U1
R. N. Doyle ol Revelstoke, is freel> <■* ol __**** ***■'
removing his iamily to this civ | ° ft* waler •**• t0 * "»
... __..:.,..    _j ...:,,  . _ .......... ber ol houses 111 D. L. 273.
Mrs. Malcolm McMillan   will
to reside, and will rent a house
on bill street east.
receive on lhe lirst Ihursdav ol
At the regular meeting oi the L^ ^^ ,,„„„„   wllh 5
Friendly Order ol haglcs, tted- \tmtmi al £ hom on MahuI1
ncsday  evening, two new mem- Lmmg,^ 0pposllc Ottawa   gard-
bcrs   were   initiated,   John   C. cns
Urangeand J. J. Roe. j   The waterinain on 3rd slreet,
D. G. Dick returned lllis (Fri- tast  oi  St.   Patrick's  avenue,
day)   morning,   lruin a  week's j has been lowered to grade,   and
an extension has been made,
lonnccimg lhe substation with
the city system,
Mrs. E. E. Thomas, who has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
trip to Seattle. While there he-
look 111 the SltriUets' celebration
ivhich was a conspicuous sun ess
Mrs. Aiken, who has been residing wilh Mrs. Rainslord on
3rd street east, lelt this   week C.   M.   Chislett,  returned    this
ior Haileybury, Onl., on an extended visit lo her daughter,
who resides al thai place.
The  Norlh   Vancouver  girls'
and preparatory school win re*
iveek   to   her   home  al   Mount
Vernon, Indiana.   Mrs. Chisleti
accompanied her molher as lar
as Seattle.
A start was made earlv this
open tor the winter iciin, lues- wet'k uI'on *• mw stt'rn wheel-
day, September 71b. Misses 0. "• l0 ,H' ,mlk al ;vallact- ship-
M. Butler and V. G. F. Grad- ])ar(ls' "** llu: Hrooks-Scanlon
well. Corner Lonsdale and 17th! 1"mb«r lu'"P^y. When com-
i*l ,. .l 1. . 1 . v .l pletc-d she will ply on Harrison
lhe Methodist people oi North f , , ,     e}
, —___ river alld lake.
\ ancouvcr   have   purchased   a i   „       ,        ,, ..
double corner on
pure
bth  and
St.
Miss Jean McKay,   who   has-
been visiting her uncle, Robert
George's as a permanent church ,
site, and will undertake to raise i1!""8' iu.r ^ lm,u- ,!>. ll:avlng
money lor the erection ol a new
hurch building as soon as ihey 1
have   disposed  ol  their   down!
town site.
Next Sunday the Sabbath
school of the Haplisl ihurih, 011
Jth and St. George's, will gath-1
11 .it two o'clock, and service al I
ihree o'clock The ordinance oi
baptism will be administered by
the pastor, Rev. D. lajug. The
evening service at the usual hour
730 p.m. Mr. Chandler ol the
First church at Vancouver will
be the speaker. Music will be
supplied by Mrs. Banton.
A new rotary converter is on
its way from lhc east Ior the
local substation ol the D. C. El.
Ry. Co., aud will be installed
immediately upon its arrival in
the early part ol next month.
This machine transforms the
current Irom alternating to direct, and will plau- the ltnal
system in position to handle all
tin- extensions to the tramline
ninth are 111 contemplation. Il
IS likewise pioposeil in lhe neat
luture,  lo sipatatc  the  lighting
lliis week lor two months' visit
at Revelstoke, alter which she
will return here ou her way to
her hoiile 111 Berkeley, Cal.
Rapid progress is being made
on the work on 3rd street. Fil-
ty-livc men and six Uains arc-
on the job today (Friday), and
every available man ami team
that the city iall muster, is
promptly placed on the work.
The hoard oi works has practically completed the grading
lor thc bo.ooo square led oi
sidewalk designated ill the report, published last week. The
order lor the material has been
placed, aud the work will lie
completed as soon as possible
alter the lumber is delivered.
Dr. and Mrs. Morrison entertained a party ol Iriends Thursday evening, at their hnine on
3rd street. There were present,
J. A. and Mrs. McMillan, Malcolm aud Mrs. McMillan, Mrs.
J. R. Prolitt and Miss Ruth
Prolilt, Seattle, Miss J. MiK.n
llerkiley, Cal., alld T McMillan
The tveiling was ouupied   with
mods nud whist,
system and the railway s>sit-in, . Kev. S. C. Liungsloii ,,nd
as lo pmur, whnh will increase 1Judgt Drown, ul l.apni, Mich.,
the efficiency ol betk slstems. were visitors to the cilv on
The public meeting under llu* |Wednesday, lhe guesls of tin
aiispue.s ol lhe l-'rii-ndly Order jhiignieer aid Mrs Hains. Thn
ol Kagles, held 111 Larson's pa- h,,u* |,lTn touring California,
vilion, Saturday evening last,to jh,,ve visited the Seattle exposi-
hi.ii an address Irmn l-'i.nik B tion, have tailed at Victoria
Herillg, grand Hit piisidinl ul and Vancouver, and ale llow on
lhe Order, was well attended Iheir holm n a id way. They
The chair was occupied In Fred wire p.itticularlv impressed by
I,null, ol New Westminster,who ilhc gfeat possibilities eelitling
introduced Mr. Hiring in ,1 lew about Hurrard Inlet,
well chosen remarks. P. I.ar-j The boating club has dcmlcd
son and Charles Mee, ouupied to alter lhe date ol its regatta
seats on the platform with the Inun September (th to Siptem-
guest ol the occasion. Mi Un- ber 6th. The latter d.ili is I.a
ing kept his aiidienu fully ill- j hor dav alld this will lend to
trrested in an exicllnit spnch ol make the event more ul a stn-
abotit Unrlylin- minutes, pro- cess. Several handsome prim
ccc-ding with a recital ol the have lutn dmuiid, and parties
history ol the Order of Eagles, desiring to donah- lo ihe prim
the'r origin, their phenomenal (list may do su by notifying the
growth, their present laige nnin- secretary,   J   II Dmim       The
liers alld the great  benebts that
they are conferring along   tin
lines upon which they  operate
list   ol  Hints tm   the leg.ill,1  Is
a long om* .md will allord much
entertainment. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Ill  Ule List   issue ill   llu*  11   C
Gazette icven adilitiun.il com
niissimii.ts im taking aflidaviti
under the election! acl are ap
pointed, all "i whom are reii*
dents oi Trail,
Richard «   Urge, M " * .1.1'.
oi Rivers Inlei, is appointed sti
un    magistrate   lot   the
count\ ui \ ancouvi r     Qeo, lv
Hunter, ol Ifoho park, Field, is
to iit .1 initio "i th. peace,   I.
1-  Houghton  .U 1) , is to be n
siilini government physician il
S.ipi Spi mj: i .1.nnl.    Il  i.ross
Kemp to be resident  phyncian
al  \ all Ami,l.
l-niiiiitk i\. Burai ,uiai (.na
C. Tunitall, S.M., to be mem*
be rs oi the board ol director! oi
the Royal lui.nnl hospital.Kamloops, Alotris S. Middle ton, ol
Nelson, and 11. Ilm, ol iln citj
ol Ve n, to be assistant horticulturists and assistant in-
ipecton oi Iruit pests.
Scaled tenden are in\ ited lot
a new highwa) Boor lyiten to
be constructed on tin Frasei
nur bridge,
Certificates ol incorporation
have been granted as lollowi:
Beaver Mining Co,, l.ul., capital >■"'•'.  British Columbia
Wun- In, capital >.'-,,  i .mi
ieild'i U..iiiii.nk*. 1.mm,.1a.i|i*
Hal ."> in a,i \ W.isiu.in-
sih.ni, Limited, capital $1
lumiici and shiiigh iii.iiiiii.uiiu-
eis; uk.iu.ig.in Centri Irrigation
ft Fount Co , Ltd . capital
ooo; Pioneer 1'oultr} Ranch,Ltd,
capital $ioo,ooo; Western
sum Co., Ltd , capital J300, ,
Wcsiun Soap Co., l.ul . capital
s.      ,..,„,.
The  I Itsitllt   lli.,111,lies, 1,1,1 ,
oi Vancouver, and J, A. Lund,
oi Hosmer, hav< assigned 1 • > 1
tin luiielii ol tiun creditors
P, B, Benedict ol Cranbrook,
lii.ikes application loi ij cubii
in' ol watei in Hcond, Iron
Bt, JoKph   l'i.mn link.    G
I Carr el al make application
Inl    ol    U.lltl      pi I
sii..ml Irom i'un uuk  i nn
ik diitrict,    John 1-, Decks
makes application ior lo cubii
leel o| u.,',,1   p,i  KCOUd OUt   ol
the siit.,111 running through the
gulch through lot J076, Howi
Sound. Kui.ng l,nng Kn
ui.iKis application loi j * cubii
in' "i watei pn .itoiid mu oi
Van H'inkli uuk. Cariboo district
1111 km si-.kviei-.s
St. John iln l-.iaiigclist, —tli
and 131I1 slieets.—
Holy coiiiinuiiimi g ,1.111.;
iii'iniiig pi.nei 11 am., evening prayet ;.jc p.m. On the
lirst Sunday 111 ilu- moinh there
will he a se mid celebration of
tin- liolv ciaiiiiiniiiion at 11 a,in
Rectui. Rev. Hugh Hooper.
Slimes at Bt Clemcnt'i hall
l.ynn Valhi     Morning prayei
II a.m.,   evening prayei 7 p.m,
J'lltsUin-tliaigt. Kev 11. 11,
I.lilies.
St.  Andrew'i   Presbyterian
ihuiili, tain slieet;—
Serines al  11 a.m.  nld
imu. Bonda) ichool 1.30 p n
btrvici at Ifoodyvilli ichool al
f :...    l'i,i)ii   milling   mi
Ueiin* ..        I',,   I
"t    Rn. J I). Gillam, M A
M.ihaa.h.t iimi,h, cornel *tll
aim Bt, Georgi 1 aw bui
Servici *. .11 11 a.m. ..nd - \u
p.m.    Bunda) Khool 1 \u p tn
Sunda) Khool at Moodyvilu nt
n a in*    Prayei mtetiu w,.1
ii.s*i.iv 11 • ■   p 111     r
Rev. II   II   ll.il.l.lslmi   B  \
I.yilll   Valley lnsllliili   ll,,i|
shuiis tvot) Bonda) morn
mg at 11, ,ind evening at 7 p.m.
Nurth Vancouvei CatholM In-
dim Alls*,;.*
Sunday Sunns .i.l.i**-* ,,i .,
a III. Sunday sihool .it J ;., p m,
Hdii 'In Hon   ,1   I p m       I'astor:
kev. B. IViiaim, O.M.I.V.O,
Baptiit iiiiiiih, cor, jth ud
St. George;—
S.ihli.iUi Khool it .' y 111 Sir-
riCM at 3 p.m, and It ,   JO p 111
.1. It. Gibion, V.8 . ol Seattli
sun oi  Alii  Gibson   h.i*.   11
11 pled thi polition ol vetiiin.ni
Miigiim  with  'In   Him.   p.,
.imi Yukon t.iilu.11 .uid di;
l"i ihe iionh   11 H'edni ida).
Slllllllier    ll.llha     .,11    I;.       |. I||,
tolltinues heavy.
Water Notice
NOTICE is hereby given lhat
an application will be made un-
ijei I'.irt V. ol lhe "Waler Acl,
lyoy," lo oblain a licence in the
New Westminster Division ol
New West minster district.
(a) The name,address and occupation ul lhe applicant. Caulleild's Waler Works Company
Limited.
(\l lot mining purposes) Free
Miner's Certificate No	
(b) The name ol lhe lake,
stu.iiii or source i,il unnamed,
ihe description is;    Unnamed
deck running ihiough District
Lot L24o, Group 1, New Westminster district.
(t:) The point ui diversion,
llic northerly boundary ol the
cast liali oi said District Lot
1340.
(A) The quantity ol water
applied lol 1,111 cUlilc leel per sec-
ollilj loolll ul one cubic loot
pel second.
rej 'lhc ch.1r.1Ucr oi lhe
proposed work*). Intake and
distributing pipes.
tl; llie premises on which
lhc watei is lo be used (describe
same; District Lots 1240 and
Sll, Giuup l. New Westminster
disliiel.
(_) lhe purposes Ior which
tlie Waler is lu he used. Municipal purposes.
(li) ll lor irrigation describe
the laud intended iu be irrigated, giving acreage 	
(I) ll the Water is to be used
loi power 01 milling purposes,
describe tllc place iilicte Uic Watei ls lo be leliulied lo suine
natural ilunm-l, and the dilier-
elKc 111 altitude belliec-ll pollll
ol di 1 vision alld point ol reluiu.
Ij; Aiea ol crown laud inlc in led lo be occupied by the
piuposed works.    None.
(kj This uolice was posted
on tin- i;tb day ol Augusl, iyoy
ami application will be made to
the commissioner ou lhc- iolli
day ol September,  iyoy.
(1) I.lie lhc n.uucb and   ad-
tiitsses ui aii) riparian propriet-
1 licensees who or whose
lands an likely lo be alleiled
by the proposed works, either
alioie oi below the outlet.
liaii 1 B, lluwell, lulu Georgia itreet, Vancouver; Maurice
Gint/.burgcr,iooi Georgia street
Vancouver; Um. Bailey,ChwUr-
licld avenue. North Vancouver;
Oscar 11. Alleu, 440 Grain ilie
itreet,  Vancouver;  William C.
Sleallllall, Jjuo Isl aveuuc west
Vancouver; 1-. w. Caulfeild,Vtn-
couver dub, Vancouver, li. C.
1,111; The name ul the Company in lull.    Caulleild's Water
WorU Company, Limited.
(li; Tllc head ollice. Rooms
S0-S7 Dans Chambers, Olj Hastings slleet nest, Vancouver, B.
C.
(v) The capital—how divided
mug aiiioliul paid up.
Tn 1 ni)-Ine thousand dullars
(,)ijj,ouo; divided intu tweuty-
ini thou land (.25,000; shares oi
Urn <lull.1i i>i; each, ol which
,\>.uo has beeu paid up.
tp; Cup) ol such parts oi
the Memorandum ol Association
as aulhori/e thc proposed ap-
plicalioo and iiuik*,.
The ubjcits  lur   which   the
compallj  is cslaljllshcd arc
li;    Tu suppl) the townsite
ul Caullulds, being pall ul Distil. I   Lots Sll and   l.'4o   North
Vancouver municipality, and the
neighborhood thereof, 11 nh water, ami In iall) oil the bOO-
ul I Mali 1 Hulk , *. mpaliy
ill all It! blaliihes.
(2) Tu apply im, stake, an i
iini dispose ol Water.
(i)      Tu   make,   build,   ccill-
sliiit I,   la)   doWl  and  niallilalli
ii.aiiuiis, water worki, dams,
cistern,   culverts,  blur  beds,
in.iill and Othor pipes aiul appli-
aiiics ,unl in execute and do all
olllel   Hulks and    things   lieces-
sar) ui 11 an iiuiiii tor obtaining
■.toimg, .selling, delivering and
measuring water 01   ithcrwlw
lor the purpose ol the company.
(A) 'lo acquire water records
or liceiius ,uid reservoirs, Hater works, main and other pipes
..nd Othei iiuik* .ilic,uli 111,ule
or contracted .uiiJi the object
ot supplying the said ncighbui-
lioud with water.
(Signature)
CAULl'T'H.lis    MATKR
WORKS CO.. LTD.
Por !• 1..nn * w   Caulfeild,
Maiiaiging Director.
il'   0. Address)
Vancouver, B. C.
J. W. BALMAIN
8IV1I.   KNOINSKR
giiiintiiT Surveyor und Architect
NORTH  VANCOUVKR.
DAIRY
NOKIII . .
VANCOUVER
Phone 126      Store 111 1st street west
Klfht ik'livir) uf lUy'a Milk »nd Cream;
|OilTty !■ um 1.11 in ■ 1 Now l.aiii I'kk- ou IihuiI;
ftllOOholOl Aliboicfunl UttHUTf builer; UN
It'i-rrvitm.
PbOftO 12fi       l.tiavt' ordtTH at store,
WM. PHILIP, Prop.
Hoard of Trade
North Vancouver Board ol
Trade meets the third Tuesday
ol each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meeti the first
Tueiday ol each month. D. G.
Dick, President; J. R. J. Murray, Secretary.
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
coM-cc-riD BT
THE MISSES DA WSOS
Certificated Surgical, Medical and
.Mulernily Nurnui
•aim Suit Out oa »p-lic*.l*-
Fur  term*  apply   at   111* Hoipilal
Cor. 16th Street A St. Antlrew'i Ave.
PHONE  69
BI
groceries
provisions
boots and shoes
oeNts' fUrN*sH*Nos
Our aim is to give satisfaction
to our customers.
Our delivery goes to all parts of
the city. If you have no telephone leave your name and
our delivery will call.
DODDS £>
TYSON
Telephone 41
Cor. 8th St. and Lonsdale
PROPOSfD LOCAL IMPROVLMIM
ATENTS
PROMPTLY SECURED
Wt* solicit thc bn*.in'sa ol Manufacturer.,
KlY'IH***l*tilHll "tllri*. Willi I'aall.T llll* ,'l a I V i S*t 1'I!
ilv 11 having their Puictit boilDna Irattractctl
tyK.perU. Preliminary advi.*'.*fr,*c. eliairct*.
nmla-nte. Oar Invtfitor'B A-Macrml ii;>nti re
inc It. Marlon & Marlon, Kr^vi,, n,*it Yurie I,ife
kll   M.«ll, ml. .ud H ..la,„„,,,„   UC.UaWl
lor Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Boot Maker
Lonidale Ave., opp. City Hall
I. (). O. K.
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
\S, nieetn nvery Thursday evening, comer Lonsdale avenue and
First street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting ibrethren cordially invited to
attend, Bttvnrd Peers, N. 0.;
Thos. S. Nye, Ree.-iec; J. H.
Pilliug, Fin.-eec.
W. C HOMIION
J.  HAgllV
Sole aitt-nli (or Murimco, tin- bent
material fur whIIh ami Mlltngl
Phone RlKI
W. H. vSTONEY (& CO.
BtgQI of every (lcscription
Wftllptpen, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, cv-c.
House  Painting   Gluing,  Paper Hanging  Kalsomining
Decorating, etc.
60 YEAR!'
EXPERIENCE
v^alety Deposit Hoxcs to Kent. Salety Deposit llones to kent
.... Mami
Denarii
  COPYRIliHTI Oe.
truantttnttnt a .kelrh ind 'Mcrlpllnn mat
qulckl*/ Mont t.ln our 01 tnl..t. frw *li.tliw ao
InMiilInn I. proti.i ly rtaaajnlahlAj ..niiiiuiili*
tiiiuiiriotlicon-aicnilitl. HANOBOM one.i.nu
MM IrM. OI*e« af ,'ncr tur ..curliil PaU«l»,
I'al.litJ taVk.n tlir.uia.-h Mm n h Co, rtfiatltri
UkUI notlct, wllhoutco'trno. In lb*
Scientific Mean*
ahin'*onic*l7 Hlu.lrnt.*il woi'llf, Iaat.i^t rtr.
Sl.tlun of any iclanllUc JuurnaL   i«rin. fur
.naila. 1*173 • jaat, po.uw*t |.r..|«t.l   Hold it
ill iiu*ia,l,*nl,*i».
TAKE NOTICE tliat the Counell ol llie
' Gorporalion ol the lily of .Nurtli Van*
MOW inteiitla In ruii.triirt tli* aurk or
l.'fnl liii|ir>.v..|ii.*iil ■'*! nil in tlic-In'
ilnlt* a|>|it'ariii|( Ik-Iuh ami int,-ml. tn an*
leaa llie final t-oat therenl, iii..,ii I In-
real |iro(H*ity hein-flti-il Ihert-I.y Ir.inlinp
or abutting lli.r.'i ni ami l.i'l.l lltbll for
at**, --n.i i.i tliert-ltir.
A .lat.-ii.fiit -bowiiiK llu- laml. liable
ami |iropo§n<l lo Ih* iptclall** a..e...'il Inr
tint "ai'l iiii'iruct'iiii-iil aii'l llu* iiainr. uf
tbi- otHn lln-r.-..l, .'a fur hm llit- .Hinr
ran Ih* a«t*i-rtaiii.*il Irani. Iln* la.t Nvtltd
ii-.a p.aini'iit roll ami ..llifmi.*-, ll una
Aliil in ll"- "llu'1' "1 tin- l-ma-iiii-iil
i',iuiiiini»i"ii..rmnl i" ti|-i-ii f"r in.|'iiiimi
aliiriin nnW boon.
I'ln- • li.-tlnli- liil'iit ali'nt. Ila,' ,*.l.-
inalwl ml nf III* iiii|.riivi.|iniit ami lhe
proportion to In* prnviiled mu nl tin*
^fiirral luntla "(the citv.
A .'niiri ..I r.'ii.inii uill be bil<l in the
i Hi llall, North VtMOBW, B.C.,*
ilt It tlay ol S»ptemb**r. I'.hiw, at the
Inniriil I 'I'll'ii'k pin, hf Iln- |.iir|Hiw.
ul beiiriiin any roniplaiiila a-inin-l llie
|irn|Hi*ti*tl an.|..aiiit.|it., or lite urinracy
if iln* frontap- fimHIIOTlMltl, nr any
ntln-r rnmplaiiit. »birlt the perwiiis in-
lirefteil iin I" iiiaike an.l ttliirh in bylaw cult-unable, bv lite Court,
THOMAS SIIKI'HKKH
Aa.e.-niPiit Cniiiiiii«»inner.
Nnrlh Vancouver, ll.C,
llth Ani-iiil, I inm
NHMU KiiriKKBi. to:
Propotmil K.tinialeil   Ettlmtt*
Improvement total t-n.t titytnpay
The completion "f thi
cc or It nf elMrinf, urnil*
ini ami bouleTaVrdlng
Sra Street, from Malum
Avenue to St. Oavid'a
Avenue, and raltjriM
lhc old I font li'lcwala
on norlh -eli* un.l a at im.'
a now 1' Sitle-aalli on
Iha,  ."lllll   aide  i.f   mil
portion of Jrd Slreet,   f.M.'.mn   ft)  per
illlt   of
total
Ml
u i j ii bJo «81B«»*»* New York
Fr-jii*h UOoaa. ■ r 8U Waablwltn. I) C
1 ■
3rd street, cor Lonsdale ave
BLACKSMITIIING
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK     .
CARRIAGE WORK
ETC., ETC.
Tool Sharpening a specialty
ATTENTION
Builders & Coninctors
Lumber will never be cheaper.   Get in on tht ground
lloor.   Huild now
Spn laltv-Onr  own  Kiln-
dried  Fh-nriiiK mid Kiuiah
noun vmm once, 59 Lons jtue: M i
Mill-Lvnn Creek, B I'.
WEDDING
RINGS
Aotaaa Eaooulor, TruaUe, Liquidator fltoalv
Court Bonda  laauod
4°
■ o
INTEREST
l'aid   on   di'pnaila,   -iimpiuiiiilitd
four linit-H yttarlv.
Paaa Books  Ihu«-I
5°.
r, 8 BARMAID, Chairman
HON   F. CAKTKIU'OTTON, Chairman of  Kieiulin
F.J.P. liiBSOS, lUntfM I.G. ilAlNlVHIUlll', Maretary
Uranvillo Mai.iioui Block, corner  Kotwon and Granville
P. 0. Box K03 Phon» M
1
•J,  -r—i  y
Safety Deposit Boxes to kept. Safety Deposit Boxci to R*mt,
1
Cars  leave  (erry   laiiilni(* lor     Cars leave Lonsdale   Avenue,
all points, as follows: Keith   Ruad,   and   Queensbury
Avenue Terminals as lollows:
*t>.(>5 a.m.
•6.30   "
•7.00   "
*7.35   "
8.05   "
8*35 "
9.00 "
9.25  •'
9-45   "
iu.'S   "
10.55   "
I   Alter which cars leave nl hie
minutes to the hour and twenty-live minutes after tie  hour
until midnight.
For CruiiM- Mountain take the Lonsdale Avenue car. For
Lynn Vallu take, the yueeiislmry Avenue car. For Capilano
take the Keith Koad car.
*6.I5
1.111.
•M5
-1.
*;.>o
..
7*50
..
8.20
..
a*.
8.50
..
9.20
1.
945
..
After
which 1
,irs
leave
at ten
minutes
put ll
e hour and twen-
tv minutes  ln
the
hour
until
midnigh
t.
1
Not on Su
nd.iv.
UVKNTBEN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
We can hindli as many more.     II you are thinking of building
sea us and talk the matter over
CAMPBELL in Ml LER
20,'i Lnnidile Ave.
North Vmooimr
■•VVWi-'VVVVVV'iaVa/AiNiVa^^
Cates* Wharf
POOT OP KOGERS AVE.
NOKTH VANCOUVER
Dockage for Seamen
Warehouse Accommodation (or all purposes
&4ND,  I Wl,  BRICK,   (MINI,  GIUYN
COAL and LIMBER
(iaiit.lt drlivtred il desired. Prompt tervict
APPLI .IT OFFICE OS WMF
Or at Rooms il and   13,   Flack   Hlock,   Vancouver
PHONE 136
Are lioui;lit lor, Imt nut hy vm
men, yet thc hit sex are olten
consulted aliout the purchase,
or tluy should l><\ Weddine,
rings cannot he loo fOOt ■
quality—tluy arc not everyday
pur' hiisrs. Wl havt- theni in
heavy solid nolil, guaranlenl
to last a long lifetime In
olliei styles ul lings wc easily
taki lhe lead in variety, qual
ity and low prices. Huy your
jewelry here anil you will gel
thr lusi value (nr your money.
GRASSIE&CO.
)ll OuiUt Btreet
NORTH VANCOUVER fERRY 1WE TABLE
BTBAM8I It
QS010S
STR. NORTH VANCOUVI-.k
l.t.ive Vail.       I
,eave N. Van.
Leave N. Van.      Leave Van,
•6.20 a.m.
•6.45 a.m.
*().2o a.m.       '6.45 a.m.
7.30 "
7-50  "
•7.20  "           *8.oo   "
8.30 "
8.50  "
•N.20   "           '8.50   "
9.15 "
9-45   "
9.20                 9 45   "
10.15 "
10.45   "
10.15   "           10-45   "
11.15 "
■1.45   "
1115   "          "-45   "
12.15 p.m.
12.45 Pln'
12.15 I""*        I2*45 I1-"1*
1.15   "
1 45   "
1*15   "             1-45   "
2.15   "
2.45   "
2.15   "             2*45   "
3.15   "
345   "
3*«5   "            3*45   "
4*15   "
4.45   "
4*15   "            4*45   "
Ml "
5-45   "
5-»5                 5 45   "
6.15 "
h.45   "
6.15   "            6.45   "
7-25 "
7-45   "
7*-»5   "            7.45   "
8.15 "
8-45   "
8.15   "            8.45   "
9*15   "            9-45   '
!    9.15 "
9 45   '
1   10.15 "
10.45   "
10.15   "           l0-45   "
•n.15 "
•11.45   "
11.15   "           12.00
1
• Not 0
n Sunil.iy.
1      Time Table
1
subject to th.
n ge without notice.
 mm »a
THE KXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, fi. C.
I
The large influx of new families which tne city has been experiencing during the past few
months, was clearly evidenced
when the children assembled on
Monday Ior the school opening.
Notwithstanding the fact that
the regulation as to age limit
was rigidly applied and that
many pupils who have previously been in attendance at Chesterfield avenue school will not re-
sumo their attendance until 1st
September, as Is their custom,
every room in the school is
greatly overcrowded. To such
an extent in fact is this the case
that the trustees find themselves
in a dilemma. Something must
be done at once to relieve the
situation. At least one additional teacher must be procured,
and the surplus cared for by the
formation of a new class, and
in order to accomplish this, additional room is required. The
board is considering the relative
advisability of buying a ready-
made school room, or ol making
extensive alterations to a disused building at present standing on the school grounds. Representations along definite lines
will be made by the board to
tlie council, on Monday evening
next.
SEYMOUR   TRAIL
B. A. Wclbon, niaiiagur ol the
company developing the Hank of
Vancouver group, at the head of
Seymour creek,reports that they
have placed the trail in fairly
passable shape. Seven hundreil
feet of bridging has been put in
and 400 feet of corduroy. A
large number of logs and fallen
trees have been cut out, besides
Uie brush cut all along the
route. The trail requires, however, much more to be done to
make it permanent, such as reducing grades, etc.
The Bank ol Vancouver property is looking well with the
season's work, ore being exposed in large bodies. Several American capitalists will shortly
go up to inspect the property.
Miss Clement is again on the
public school staff.
QEdited byQ&rt)Chakuy Van Diram"^
Boys
Wanted
in North Vancouver to sell "THE
OUTLAW." Send in your names
to—
Manager "Outlaw"
Room 411, Crown Building
VANCOrVKR.      -     -     B.C
*0n everybody's ran^c,
In nobody's pasture."
V ———mmoosstomr
Issued every time lhe Ghotf/9
walk*, usually alfcrnalc Thursday*,
by It "Outlaw' RibHjhing Ca
Vancouver
Clean, Readable
Critical and
Entertaining;
The paper" that
has beaten aU
Vancouver records in sales.
CAPILANO ROAD
■^
Quarter Acres
Only Land
for Sale
Situation
Tramline
Proipects
Actualities
Possibilities
Read Thli
Sizes and
Prices
Termi
NEXT WEEK I AM PUTTING ON THE MARKET A SUBDIVISION OF (JUARTER-ACRE
BLOCKS IN BLOCK 1, D. L. 597 ON THE CAPILANO ROAD.
Tli.. .ul.IniMnii ii the lirst pro*>**rty north
ol the wooden bri.lgt to l» offered ior ule
lor WM intra, all the land on llu. road
being (Irmly held t>jr the praaent a.wnfi-,
some ul whom purchased 31 years ago.
THE PROPERTY IS SITUATED AT THE
JUNCTION OF THE UPPER AND LOWER
MAIN ROADS JUST ABOVE THE SUSPENSION
BRIDGE, AND COMMANDING AS IT DOES A
MAGNIFICENT VIEW OF THE CITY OF VANCOUVER, THE CAPILANO RIVER AND TIIE
BRIDGE, IS CONSIDERED ONE OF THE FINEST PROPERTIES IN THIS DISTRICT.
Tha H. tl. hl.f trio Kailway Company own
the land atljuining to iho Waal, and lh* ar-
rniigeiiienti l"r lniiidiii|i a tramline along
thii Kail boundary ol ibis property to Ilia
Canyon Viaw Hotel an* well advanced. Be-
lora anolliar summer it is eipacled that the
line will be in operation.
WATER CAN BE PIPED ON TO EVERY BLOCK
AT A VERY REASONABLE COST
TWO OF THE ROADS (.BOTH MAIN ROADS)
ARE ALREADY MADE AND IN EXCELLENT
CONDITION.
A MOTOR CAR SERVICE TO THE PROPERTY
IS AT PRESENT IN OPERATION.
THE VIEW CANNOT BE SHUT OUT.
THE BUYER OF ONE OF THESE BLOCKS HAS
A UNIQUE PROPER'n
A PROPERTY WHICH IS DIFFERENT FROM
ADJOINING PROPERTIES, HAS A SPECIAL
VALUE ANI) VALUES RISE IJJpBPENDENT
OF THE MUCH OF SURROUNDING LAND
Your experience it no doubt thai where
you bought in a laicr subdivision mt
similar lo olher neaibx properties, tour
profit Wii. lets lhan when ynu bought t
proper It tthtili stood in a . fats by ihelf
THIS LAND IS IN A CLASS BY ITSELF, SEE
IT! SEEING IS BELIEVING.
MOST BLOCKS ARE b 11Y iu AND PRICES
RANGE FROM flM TO |tM FOR INSIDE
BLOCKS AND A LITTLE EXTRA FOR CORNERS.
ONE FIFTH CASH.
24 MONTHS.
BALANCE IN 6, 12, tl nnd
JACK LOUTET
213 Lonsdale Ave
Telephone L89
Water Notice
NOTICE is hereby given that
au applualiou will be nude under Part V. ol the "Water Acl,
iyoy," lo obtain a licence in the
New Wc-sliuinsler division ol
New Westminster district,
(a) The name, address and
occupation ol the applicant.
Caulleild's Water Works Company, Limited.
1,11 ior mining purposes) Free
Miner's certificate No	
i,bj The name oi the lake,
stream or source (il unnamed,
the description is). Cypress
creek in Lot (S&b, Group One.
(c) The point ol diversion.
Alioul 100 leel above Uie High
Falls on Cypress creek in Lol
bob, Group One,
(d) The quantity ol waller
applied lor (in cubic ieet per second). One-quarter oi one cubic
lool per second.
(e) The character ol the proposed works. Intake al point
oi diversion and pipe line aboui
2000 ieet Irolll poiut ol diversion
to connect with enisling waler
system.
(f) The premises on which
the waler is to be used (describe
same). Dlstricl Lots 1240. and
III, Group One, New Westminster district.
(g) The purposes lor which
the water is to be used. Municipal purposes.
th 1 li for irrigation describe
the land intended to be irrigated, giving acreage M	
(i) 11 the waler is lo bc used
Ior power or mining purposes,
describe the place where thc water is to be returned to some
natural channel, and the diller-
ence in altitude between point
oi diversion and point of return.
Canyon View Hotel
CAI'ILANO
THE FINEST TOURIST RESORT ON THE
B. C. COAST
AUTOMOBILE STAGE mens mrjl mr at  end tl Keith
Road Line, North Vanconvt-r.
Rates ti 50 per day ami upwards.
P. LARSON,
Proprietor.,
P, CANCELLOR,
Manager
(j) Area of crown land intended to be occupied by the
proposed works.    None.
(li) This notice was posted
on the 17th day of August, 1909
and application will be made to
the commissioner on thc 20th
day of September, 1909.
(1) Give the names and addresses ol any riparian proprietors or licencees who * or whose
lands are likely to be alio ud
by the proposed .works, either
above or below the outlet.
Harry B. Howell, 1010 Georgia street, Vancouver; Maurice
Gintzburger, 1001 Georgia st.,
Vancouver; Wm. Bailey, Chest-
ertield avenue, North Vancouver
Oscar B. Allen, 440 Granville
street, Vancouver; William C.
Stearman, 2500 1st avenue west
Vancouver; F. W. Caulfeild, Van-
couver club, Vancouver, B.C.
(ra) The name ol the company in full. Caulfeild's Water
Works Company, Limited.
(n) The head office. Rooms
80-87 Davis Chambers, 615 Hastings slreet west, Vancouver,B.
C.
(0) The capital—how divided
— showing amount paid up.
Twenty-five thousand dollars
($35,000) divided into twenty-
live thousand (23,000) shares oi
One dollar (fl) each, of which
i».s*c"i has been paid up.
(p) Copy oi such parts of the
Memorandum of Association as
authorize thc proposed application and works:
"The objects Ior which the
company is established arc:
(1) To supply the townsite
of Caullcilds, being part oi Div
trict Lots 811 and 1240 Nortli
Vancouver municipality and tli-c
neighl-orhood thr-rcoi, with »a-
ter, and to carry on the business
of a water works company, m
all Us blanches,
(2) To apply (or, sUkr and
(0 sell and dispose ol water.
(3) To make, build, construct, lay down and maintain
reservoir*, water wor/is, dams,
cisterns, culverts, filter beds,
main and other pipes and appliances and to eiccutc and do all
other works and filings necessary ar convenient lor obtaining
storing, selling, delivering and
measuring water or otherwise
lor the purpose ol thc company.
(4) To acquire water records
or licences and vcservtiirs, water works, main and o<lhrr pipes
and other works already made
or constructed with tlie object
of supplying the said neighborhood with water.
(Signature)
CAULFEILD'S    WATER
WORKS CO., LT1D.
Per Francis W. C tullcild,
Managing Director,
(P.p. Addresi)
Vancouver, B. C.
Lynn Valley Acreage
——..—a*a^—a^wa.^.aw.ia.a*»«a. —a MaaMa^aaa—
We havu leveral acre blocks, close to new
oar extension. For future subdivisions these
oannot be equalled on nortli side of Inlet. Prices
from $475 per acre nnd good terms.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
Lonsdale Avenue, near Ferry
Phones—Oflice 24 House 22
in 111 iiii w w
The Sixth Annual Exhibition
will be held in Horticultural Hall
on Friday and Saturday, I Oth
and lllhof Sfbtembir, 1909
$75000 GIVEN IN PRIZES
for   Fruits, Vegetables, Flowers, Stock, Gardens, Domestic Science, Ladies'  Work, Children's Work, etc.
Promenadi Concert       Children'! Sports       Public Dance
Full detailed Prize List will be issued in a few days
u   NORTH  VANCOUVER
Campbtll it Rttuirt
Pro ("f id""
STEAM
LAUNDRY
Everything new and up to-date.     All classes of   laundry
work ior hotels, houses, individuals, etc.
First class work ny latest and best methods.     City and
district delivery.    Moderate chani.■
Have your Launbry Word done locally,
HUD OmCE AND WORKS:
I Ith Street, East
DOWN 10WN 0 111(1
37 lonsdale Ave
A. J.   HOOD
.,,   baMMataM   Avi
aPBI WATCIIMAKKR
JEWEblKK,  KTC
Watc-baa »nd  I'l"*'*" l'1"".*1   ,nrt
Impaired at moderat* MM
all Hurl |..a,ria,u*"l
For Fall Planting
Hull* Irom  tbt  M  9S0SSJSM »nd
Japan growera*
Home grown Iruit  an.l  ..ni-ii.-iit«1
J,   n.tnni.ltl.ii^ilf'';'1';-
,|,ti,,n,.nll.a ""^ \'"\,lUh' ?"''"',
T„,„l„ifntn..li..lc-.t..l with Iha can
Jot* M-ale.
('.pirn, Kirl.lan.lrl.tia-r.Wd.-'.'-.-
oitmsTmm twmtp*m*lom
world.
Wirt- Kanring and Gat<*ii.
Rprav  I'timpa, KortllU.'", Bm 8u|-
pita. Cut Flower., Spraying Materials,
etc.
Wh.tal.abor only.
Nf w 1*7 PH"' Catalog"'' In-a.
M. I. HENRY
Ora»nli.ni"-« ami Se-Mh.i.iai-s
■OrlWa.iniuiit.-r K.>ad, VsDCWim.B.O
Ira-u-h Nuwrr   South Vamouver
A!! new houses should be piped lor gas in order lo save the
heavy expenditure lor this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT h
POWKK CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
North Vancoaver
Transfer •*%£?"
Cartage, Removal*,
Parcel Delivery,
Storage
ON     H»A«»NABL»    TaMMa**
■ins ummtinM.. iui iuii
Telephone 70.        Night Cslli I}, THE  EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
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NOKTIl VANCOUVER   REAL
ESTATE
Tin tu,iiunl' in iihith plana ol
■nbdii ision ol Korth Vancouver
acreage are luing tmbuiiUed to
tin* district council lor approval
aOordi an excellent 1 riterion by
iihicli to judge tin* opinion ol
propellj owneri and ilnn a-
genu, u i" the probable devel*
c> 1 > 111 a.-1111- 111 tht realt) market,
(in -.hi-* aide ol the Inlei. 111 the
near luturi.
On Friday evening last, there
in it no lewei than thirteen siuh
plana considered and approved,
.unl i\hili iht-. iitiinlitt' is largi 1
th,ui iMi.il, .it  tht   -..tim* time
each M.-*.-*i,.ll   ol   llu   tt'lillcll    is
marked in iln presentation ol
niiiiila.i-. a,i plana i'ii consideration, showing that there is .1
un general movement upon the
part "i ia il li n "1 modi rati ac*
it,ig.. -ir.i.idle ini Miinliiision,
to get ilu 11 propert) in readi-
nesi lor placing it "it thi mark-
ictoty basis, ai
■horl notice.
Tin movement ia not confined
lo .nn particular section ol the
district, but is "i ,1 general nature, ,\l each 1 itreinc iiul ni
tin district, .it the preient timi
lota * ;; locationi plat
ted hi town luis i.ii lummei re
t -. .imi .ut meeting
uuh read) sale, while In icvi 1
,tl in ilanci •* "i Iati. subdivisions
have Lun marketed and suld uiu
in ilu district.    Seymour creek
.iiul I.i nn creek properties pl.u
.1 prominent pari in these plans,
although, p..mini.uli mill res
peel '.■ I.um Valley n is  un
diflkull t" mi'i .1 piece ol p*o
I'm  ninth ts actual])  avail*
•ii'l'  lor purchase at  the pn
time,    This situation  is
thii to the (act   tli.. 1   the  coo
*i Ihi extension to thi
I'.    I      I'.I     I   illll.ll    Is
'llus extension mil
-Kt through tin 1.iliu loi
ci *'i in** and "in hall
lu 11 ninn   t.i   j    u,,lk
mg di itaini "i ilu Tm Swaym
iiiin. s. .uid n ill pi", idi a \,, Hi in
traveling 1 nilitii * mire
il   ;      llu result 1 ■ that,
pert) i*. withheld
llulll      Jl    .,;,     whin   it   |s  ,
111 thi iii'iiii   11 iiill 1*1 in   ii
'liiifi i .it high-1 pi ms
ultitli nut I,. 1 tpected to
i'.\'* lo| havi
ummei at
Sorth, iiliut ,1 greal
deal "i , tearing hat been il"tic
.nnl many ne* houses have been
Irui ted, A In I.m is innv
in a*.mn 'ii pit p.'i.tii'. 11 to pro
vidi "ii iln local improvement
pi,in loi ib. widening, clearing
grading  I >ul< 1 mac
adamizing   "I   I al.lla
north, .ni improvement uliuh
will greatl) tiili.itiu   iln   paltte
nl tins p.iiii* n:  lues
A niiv sitt [01 1 chool hai i"nt
pun li.ist -I l.i iln mttnkipalit),
,iiul educational facilities mil
uol be lung delayed*    The ex-
tension oi thc tramline right
through tins district is ,1 matter nl .1 comparatively short
time, and will probably be facilitated In the purchase of a
quarry in this vicinity Irnin
uliuh lu secure the neeileil siip-
plv ui rock, inr the city itreeti,
Capilano tvill always bc a
prime favorite with the home
sicking public. Its magnificent
watei frontage, ita commanding
elevations, us splendid outlook
upon English bay, Iti contiguity to tin famoua Capilano canyons, its read) accessibility .is
I., natural location, and it* nu-
tneroiu other captivating features, iiiiilu 11 exceedingly attractive iu tlic Investor,    Nun
mails ait* imu  in COUTH ot BOB-
struction both In tbc provincial
government, aad the diitrict
council, Hollyburn wli.nl is
l'i,iaiit,ill\ completed, and there
1 • ii** doubt that 1 tony service
mil liiiineiiiauli Iii* provided,
direct Irom that puint to Vancouver,    The exceedingly heavy
U.iliu   llllllll has .lm loped this
season lo Capilano canyons,can-
not imi open the eyes ol the di-
iiiini.iti ui iln* 11,1111 company
to the i.ui ili.it the extension oi
their lines, ninth has already
imu discussed and practicall)
assured, should bc made without
further delay, in unlet to secure
tin great benefits which arc
waiting upon the active develop-
:n. n "l this traffic,
Vancouver real estate agents
au turning their attention to
North Vancouver propert) * A
1111111 Iiti' ul linns llial snine time
ig.. iliil not consider il advisable i" seek loi lists ol local
Haiti, .nt now un desirous ol
securing such, and ilu ir advertisements, ninth imlil recently
uui blank as lor the north
slii.ii ..ue nun giuiig large ipace
thereto, and the unanimous verdict is that Nnrth Vancouvei
propel ti is good goods,
Local real estate firmi .ill report that there is .1 large and
stead) iiitpmi lor both city and
districi pit.pciiv, and there is
.tin prospect ol .1 un brisk
lusiuess during lhe approaching
int unin season,
Tin present encouraging situation is doubtless due io a coin-
lination ol causes, which luue
been at work inr wme ume
pasl St ut.i1 movements have
lent their assistance to keep
Sorth Vancouver well to the
front in the publii eye, smh .is
dihgaiinns iu Victoria and to
Ottawa, agitation for Second
Narrows bridge, the purchase ol
tin u ny si su in, the enii advertising movement, entertaining ui prominent visitors, etc.,
and tin results give every assur-
am. ..I proimg both permanent
.nnl satisfactory, It is safe to
■a) thai North Vancouver real-
tj ,,i]i*i* opportunities to the m-
usiut iliai t,inin.1 be excelled,
11 indeed iln j i.m be equalled in
iln province.
IMPORTANT
TO
HOUSEKEEPERS
Buy j  presi rving peicha
no* bi the crop is very
■hqn I iovi rnment inspection Ims condemned icversl
1 irloadi nl Cilifornti fruit,
1 ■ market will noa bn
ilt ined out Si ml in youi
ni li is now.
C.R.I1ICKMAN
Lonidale Ave- and Sib it
ELDER MURRAY   CO.
Subdivision of Blocks 2 and 3,
D. L. 613
Keith Road
8 Steel Bridgi
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Price—I to 8, $430 each
-9 to 16,   400   "
TERMS—'4 cash, balance 6, if and |8 inontbs.
We can strongly  recommend this as a good and sale
investment
Tht   Shtrwin-Wtlliamt   Paintt   Cottr   tht   Earth
EXPLOSIVES
11. C.
BTUIIPING POWDK1
PAWB | MtMILLAN
Bob   Distributors
N'orih   Vancouver.
•X*£M"M*a*a^a*a**a,W~*"Ka^aa"M**a'.a^
THE LONSDALE THARMAC)
SETTS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
A T   VANCOUVER   PRICES    ...
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US  A   TRIAL   ON   YOUR
Nl A 1  ORDER. RHONE 21)
DYNAMITE
STUMPING POWDER
GELIGNITE
LOOSE BLASTING
Wc are in a position to quote you on the above at
factory prices in any quantity (rom one box to a
carload Delivery same day as ordered.
Paine  & McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
6
The   Sherwin-Williamt   Paints   Cater   ths    Earth
P. S. THOMAS, Mac li.
DRUGGIST
*******************A*************
For Sale.-Lot 20, block   bs. |  I
1). I.. 271, on Keilh road earlin
This is a bu loot lot cleared and
CtttWfc" &.-!■■ 11 Bl
will handle.    Apply to Iv Pars flu fcfej, ,(( \{\^\im _wl\ UtiqM Kurni-
Mtfiufnttuftr
of
general delivery, or to T.Hutchison, Keith road west.
The records al the I.vllli creek
intake on Wednesday, showed S<|
niches ol water above lhe pipe.
Inn-. Hon, I'ltli-e. Hank nni  liar Future!.   Kt<|.airiii|{ ill all it. Itraiirhei.
Ill Third 81. IV, IUI rhaipla-rlielrl ml Uu,al.lt
ii|.i.. .111. achiKti
MAIL OkliEKS given |tr..iii|.l atleiitii.ii
N.V. Fish Market
All kinilnt.i Tttth t\A tWherridaily
Sninki'il Ki.lt 11 .iwialty.
Poultry, Ent tod Yaaetieln.
Ournini i« na pwm ..ur eutonen a»
to i*ooita anil prit-.*a.
Cor. Lonidale Ave. & Rth street
Phone 84
Home  Made
BREAD
I'akr-s, Pal*?" . I'"iil**.'li"ii>'ry
lli-.t Main-rial.
Iiii!rliiii^ ami lain
laS Lonsdale Avenue
CU A \I/*C   PI0NEER DRY GOODS,
^ rl \ YY    ^   Gent' Furnishing and Fancy
Store.  Cor. 2nd& Lonsdale
KH-I AIII.ISIII.-II laTOJ
Specials 1 bis Week
ALL WOOL DRUSS GOODS
A splendid line ol all wool tluss goods,    rail,.   ..  r.l
suitable for school dressei     »"'• ■ )"'
MflUNS
Wt have I choice selection ol muslins    jr.«   .. |J
lor dressing windows, lruin      Wli  ll  IUa
HAIR RIBBON
IU,r ribbon, all eolora      J JJf|| fltf _W,
CttftCTft
A (.'ii of (In- high-grade eotsits and silk (V.I   Ppji.ii
gloves left   vm mu
DRESSMAKINT, 'AY THK PREMISES.
Free   Free   Free
I'liini Bordered Mercdi Hiadlnrchiefi given iway.
BIG SALE OF HATS
llulll Sufi ind Hard. This mck il is "Hals"
Commencing   Kridiy ami continuing Iw om
week I am going to throw inv i utire Muck ol
Hals on the market at the riiliciilous low prid
of 111.S.S. You will find a gTMl inn tv nl colors
and shapes in the Soil lull Variety and Iilai k
Haul Derby*, in various shapes but all the very
latest itylei,    Remember
$1.65
is ihe price ami we will throw in a Fancy Bord-
(ml Mercila llanilkercbief free wilh every hat
bought.
UMMINGS
Cent's Clothing, Furnishings, Men's,   Ladies', and
Children'l BOOM and Shoes.
NEXT TO BURNS' MEAT MARKET
Our August Furniture and Housefun
nishing Sale is i\ow in Full Swing
B4RG4IN&
un.l I. mi'ciiii,* uuh ineecM
BARGAINS
BARGAIN!*
COUCHES at $4.75 QRPET SQUARES
Re«.lir Sb.7.5 I'KIUD DOWN
-      .             , DRISStRSand
Porticrs and iromhiisiuds
Lace Curtains siuihoards and
AiSAUPUiis [XltNSION UBUS „„%
THU \0KIII MHCWfttWMniMISliM Haw
bSXPb 4RE  SELLING
Mill We riavc a few Left
TWO LOTS, CLOSE TO WATERFRONT
All ele.ired.     %Hft each.   tfO cash, lul.inie il 6,
u and is nn tilths.
l.oT CLOSE TO LON  DALE CAR
Ne.nly  cleared.       50 by 122.     |jJO.     >75 cash,
balance Sio per  month, no interest.
si'i'XiAl. BHAP
Two lots (Hi l.Uli street.    f^OO cull     a" bj" '47*
All cleared,    jloo cash, balance 6, 12 and ll,
C. E. LAWSON
Real BUMl Socialist 15 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 70 I
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Work WU bi'gun this (Friday)
morning on the- trench for the
installation ol thc water on Allan road, from the Ross road
main.
A letter from mi esteemed
subscriber signing himself "Progress, "ill-ills with the post office
arrangements in the valley,stating thul the ollice should be situated on u road and that earlier
delivery ol mails should obtain.
In each oi these respects he is ol
opinion that at present it is I
cist- ol the people for the post
ollice, not the post ollice for thc
people. lie suggests thai ,i
meeting oi lhe ratepayers association be called, to consider the
matter.
Thc heavy rains ol Wednesday
arc rtportld as having caused
the waters of Lynn ami Seymour creeks to rise with a rapidity and a volume hitherto unprecedented. Ed, Peers, timber
cruiser for the Diplock-Wright
lumber company, states that,
with a companion he was encamped on a small island in
Seymour river and that the water rose at leait seven feet during the storm. The situation
assumed such a serious aspect
that they despaired ol reaching
terra lirma and had made preparations to take refuge in a
tree, when the waters began to
recede. Residents on the small
creeks joining Lynn creek state-
that the water rose at least four
feet and a traveller crossing llie
Lynn creek bridge at the height
ol the ircshet reports that the
water was at thai lime several
inches above the lloor ol the
bridge. No mishaps of any nature have been reported.
GOLDEN   WEDDING
Mr. and Mrs. Shillinglaii', the
lather and mother of Mrs. C. I.
Hall ol this city, recently celebrated tlieir golden wedding at
tlieir home in Liverpool,England
A copy ol the local paper at
Drouiti, gives an extended account ol the event. Congratulations were received not only
from ilillerent parts ol England,
but also (nun America and Australia. Mr. Shillinglaii's father was a sculptor and marble
mason and performed some of
the finest work in lhe adorning
of lluikinghalii palace. He him-1
self, was for many years em-1
ployed in a responsible position i
with lhe Hirkciilicad gas .nul
water company, but retired in
laatt. Mrs. Shillinglaw's native-
place was at Ilton, Somerset.
As a student at school she wun
the Queen scholarship at the
lloiseferry road Wesley.m training college and later occupied
the position ol principal .it the
Wesleyaii schools al Rarton-on-
lluiiilier and al Birkenhead, .nnl
later became principal oi lirsl-
class ladies colleges in Liverpool
and Birkenhead. Mr. and Mrs.
Shillinglaw were married at
Birkenhead oil .Tunc- ulli, lift,
and all tlieir lives hale been actively identified with the temperance cause. The family has
consisted of seven children, all
of whom are living and with
tlieir children make a lulal nl JJ
descendants.
personally delivered to them by
a man in livery, to a heart to
'heart talk with the majesty uf
the law anent the matter, and
subsequently each oi them smilingly contributed his moiety, in
Hie shape of line and costs, to
enable aroused justice to descend with becoming dignity
Irom the elevation of her wrath.
The worthy burghers may 1>c
poorer in pocket, but they are
richer in knowledge, while incidentally they are now able to
subscribe out ol unshakealile
convictions, lu the truth of the
ancient maxim, "Experience is
a good teacher, but tuition lies
are high." At latest reports
the civic incubator had not yet
produced the next batch of billets doux for unlurtiiliate ilclin-
c|llc-nts, but lt is Ullderstoiid.tllat
the only way ol arresting llie
process is to buy a piece of oval
shaped brass, from the man behind the counter at the city hall
Two drunk and incapable, nnd
one drunk and disorderly victims lound themselves within
the meshes ol the police net,and
were mulcted in the usual fine
nr imprisonment.
The case of Ferguson versus
Ferguson has occupied three sessions of thc court. The case
originated in a charge of non-
support, and has developed recriminatory evidence such .is is
so frequently characteristic oi
such family leuds. Decision is
to be given to-morrow.
Magistrate Kealy has presided at all the sittings ol the
court.
CORRECTION
The words which should have
constituted the sceutul sentence
in the leading article iu lhe
editorial columns last week,
were inadvertently omitted,with
a somewhat startling result.
The article ought to have read
as follows: "The right to vole
mav consistently be declared to
be the most valuable Iranchise
which constitutional government
extends to citi/.ens. Dislranch-
lsement is the extreme penally
in citizenship, lt is aiialagous
to capital punishment in the
criminal code," etc.
POLICE   COURT
The local police court has i \
peliellciil a considerable lllllll
ill business lllis week. Thirteen
good and noble liti/xlis, who arc
the proud possessors nl live
stock ol the canine Iamily, bul
who had omitted the small lm*
inality ol contributing lhc tr
liioimt ol lawlul currency nl the
realm to the city exchequer,
ivhich the regulations made .unl
provided ill that bellali ilem.iiiil,
availed tlleinselves nl a luriual
invitation, neatly printed, ,uul
written upon blue paper,   and
On the eight o'clock trip on
Wednesday morning ol lhe lerry
Nortli Vancouver, one ol the
tulies ol the iboiler burst, filling
the vessel with steam, smoke
and ashes. Distress signals
were given, but the steam ran
out and the boat drilled for a
time. Wallace's gasoline launch
put nil and brought thc passengers ashore here, and lhe vessel
was towed to the olher side. Repairs Were elleilcd in two or
three hours and the boat was
again in commission.
IB
Hair I'm IV
Shave lue
R. MII 11II.
I'rt.p.
iN Lonwdnle Ave.
Preserving Fruit*
l'KACIIES, PLUMS,
CKAUA1TLES, ETC.,
For sale l.i the case.
B.st FruM at Lowest Prices
Also lull stock ol ln--.li
(■KtK l-.liIKS and
DAIRY   PKUDIUE.
THE HI KOMI PARLOR
J. Dial «... il.  Pi op.
65 I.i.nstUle Avenue.
I-HHIHUIIIIMIIIHI
'.',     TO ADVERTISERS      ■ ■
Changes oi  advert isi-  ',',
incuts   must   be in    lhe  f
hands    nl   the    primus
not  later   lium Wednesi J
dav nl each neck tn ensure |illblicHtiiill.      Pnsi-
tivclv BO varialinn lruin   [ j
Ibis rule will be made.
H-H4-HHIIMIMIIMM
NEW MILLINERY STORE
MISS B. CURLE />ce;.i to iiiinnunce that she hot
opened a first-class millinery store al lit, Lonsdale Avenue, Norih Vancouver, A complete stock 0/ Trimmed and
Ready-to-wear Hats, Elowers, Eealhets and Ribbons kepi
in stock.
21} LONSDALE .ll'EM'T
Apprentices Wanted NORTH VANCOl'Vl R
white CLirr
One Hour's Ride From English Bay Pier
Your Opportunity to Secure a Site for a Summer Home
It is Greater Vancouver's Seaside Resort.
The Company behind White Cliff ia composed of men who do things; men of firm determination;
men of purpose.
You are assured therefore, of the prompt completion of the development schemes which will make
White Cliff one of the most perfect and most beautiful summering places on the Pacific Coast.
If you act promptly you will be able to Recure a lot almost at the water's edge.
It will be within a stone's throw of one of the bathing beachii at White Cliff.
The residential section being on a gentle slope will give to every house a panoramic view of the
Sound and the snow-capped mountains in the distance.
A beautiful lake in the centre and many streams in the vicinity of the property will provide an
abundance of the purest water for domestic purposes.
Tho ishnd-locked harbor*, Fisherman's Cove and Horseshoe Bay, provide excellent anchorage for
hunts and private yachts.
All lots in While Cliff have wide frontage on a main street.
The prices are exceptionally low and the terms so easy that almost any person in Vancouver can
afford to purchase a site fur a seaside summer home at White Cliff within one hour's ride by ferry,
from English Bay pier.
I shall be pleased to furnish you with full particulars concerning the exact location of the property
ami the transportation facilities Iietween Vancouver City and White Cliff.
I can arrange to take you to see White Cliff any day.
Those at I distance should write at once for 1 copy of " Picturesque White Cliff," a beautiful ami
profuself illustrated booklet now on the press.   Address nil enquiries to
WEST SHORE & NORTHERN LAND CO., LTD.
Al BI Rl WHYTE, General Agent
23 Imperial Block, Seymour itreet,  Vanoouver, B.C.     Phone 33.10 THS BXHUUS. NOKTIl VANCOUVER B. C.
District of North Vancouver
NOTICE OF TAX SALE
N'i Ulrr. ii hereby given thst .*.» virtue ol ibe M uai<*i >>al Clauses irt and Acta
amending the Hme and be authorlti ol Die Council ol Ibe District of North Van-
enuii-r on Wedneedsy, the litdsy ol "eptember, 1MB, at I o'cleok p.m., within
the Districi Municipil Office, Kiplsnsde, North Vancouver, I uill aril by public
suction tin" Isndi hereinafter den-ribed to recover Ihe lexei delinquent in respect
thereol snd intereal and coetaallsi Mrt lorth opposite the descriptiona of aaid
.tads respectively, il the smonnl of inch lues, inter.-.! and costs ure not Boonor
paid, via:
DMCIIPTIQM or
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■ ! 1
« % I
l-.K-.-ani uWNER
Will      l.a'alliri
I. IJSrUI ,\ Allan
Burrard Inlei Railway .V
I 'Inun   Company
lohn [ohsnson
John Johsnson
1   11   Robimon
Wilh.mi Allan
\ \ Vinson h) |.l Mlason
Georgi I  Wright
Rsmssy .v King
J. I. ll  McEwen
|lll   McEwen
18 Kite iniiiili. 1
1,1 Mrs. M. Walker
11 Mis. M. W„...i
11 Mrs. M. Walker
24 Minim  Pipi 1
1 Minnie Piper
2 Minnie Pipei
i Minnie Piper
2: Agnei Moore
13 Agnei Moore
24 Mary Moore
1 E  (.. 1    Kn hards
2 E. G. F, Richards
10 Thomu Marshal]
11 Thomu Marshall
I j rhomu Marshall
13 Thomas Marshall
II Thomas Marshall
1 Jtihn Coulter
2 John Coultt 1
3 John Couhi-r
ii Mn N. Churchill
12 Mrs. N Churchill
iillamei S, II. Moore
23 J sine* S. II  Moore
24 Janus S. H. Moore
I Minnie Piper
Minnie Piper
13 Minnie Piper
14 Minnie Piper
13 Minnie Piper
i'i Minnie Piper
17 Minnie Piper
ib Minnie Piper
22 Minnii Piper
23 Minnie Pipei
ji Minnie Pip 1
4 Minnie Piper
5 Minnie Pipi r
9 Mis. N, Churchill
,  Mrs, N. Churchill
14 Mn. N. Churchill
i.S Mrs. N. Churchill
iia Minnie Pipi 1
17 Minnie Pipei
18 Minnie Pipi ■
19 Minnie I'iper
.   Mis  J   li. Cnl.bons
3 Mrs. J. II. Gibbons
■   Mn J  B Gibbon
4 Wondei Wong \ Wong
Why
1  hit Marshall
5 Calln run Jahncke
- 1 ithi rine jahncke
17 Mrs. N. Churchill
iH Mrs. N. Churchill
.... Cstln rine Knk
II Bsndino Virgilio
1 j Bsndino Virgilio
id liandino Virgilio
17 Bsndino Virgilio
Wil Gillagbei
W II Gsllsghir
W II Gillagbei
|0j    I   Pollock
nl. r Pollock
ul  I   Pollock
I   1   Pollock
,   I.. Wil R   Pain
■  I;  Hughn
...(. K II.
231G R Hughn
1.   R   11
igG  H  Hughn
\ I ii-,ai\" Anton)
'   llalllV
5   Disilro Antony
'. 1' *lvo Antony
rgi II -Iis'iii
rgi 11 •.I .*-< art
13G1   rgi Hobion
i laibson
.* Mm  limpirs
j) Lewii llall
I i..| Andrews
. - I red Andrews
Cull I TOTAL
J
Fred Andrews
I'.
E
E.
P.
E
1
E,
foE
iaE
E
,;l*
|6|E
Hall
Ilui
llall
Hill
Hall
Hall
II.II
Hall
Hill
Hill
Hill
Hail
Hall
llall
1.18 2.07
1.18  2.07
,18
D.L !  Block
70,  1 05 '
w'U
7861
7861a
7H03
7863
im
7864
7^,1,
7866
7H66
7867
786*8
7869
78(,g
jm
786,9
786.10
786! 10
786! 12
78612
786.3
786.3
78614
78614
78613
7H613
786.5
78615
786.5
78616
78616
78617
78617
799    w J-i
tn * H
799    w M
799'   wJi
I
5
iseseeiii dunks
lun to
ll.l III*,.
1907 tad
iDieroil
E. Hsll
E. Hall
E. llall
E. Hall
E.Hall
E. Hall
E, Hall
E. Hall
E. Hall
E. Hall
E. Hall
E. Hall
E. Hall
E. Hall
A. Garland
A. Garland
A. Garland
A. Garland
A, Garland
A. Garland
William Keeler
William Wagner
16 William Wagner
'Joseph Schufer
22 Joseph Scliuler
A. E. McCraw
4 ;   Norman
John S. Tcmpleton
31 H. W. Fraser
32 H. W. Fraser
14 Annie E. McDonald
15 Annie E. McDonald
16 Annie E. McDonald
26 William Clausson
27 William Clsuison
28 William Clausson
29 William Clsuison
12 Mrs. Filion
13 Mrs. Filion
27G. Bsrber
28 G. Bsrber
tj.George Gaskill
George Gaskill
George Gaskill
George Gaskill
George Gaskill
George Gaikill
E. F. Hand
E. F. Hand
E. F. Hand
E. F. Hand
E. F. Hand
E. F. Hand
E. b. Deane
Sarah Falls
MisiE.M. Fletcher
MissE.M. Fletcher
Tom H. Fletcher
Tom H. Fletcher
E. B. Deane
Margaret C. Hall
E. B. Deane
E. B. Desce
E. B. Deane
E. B. Deane
H. A. Morgan
E. B. Deane
E. B. Deane
IB. B. Deane
E. B. Deane
E. B. Deane
Alfred Pairy
Mrs. A. K. O'Neill
Miss I  Coots
IN. Pac(*uet
Mrs. F. Thomas
George M. Johnson
W. W. Morrow
Fred Gosby
Mrs. A. Elliott
t. W. Hewton
J. E. Brainlon
J. E. Brainlon
Alex. Cameron
P. G. Fowler
Mrs. Anderaon
Winnipeg Lumber Co'y
Winnipeg Lumber Co'y
C. P. Lord
B. Cameron
B. Cameron
I  Egan
Oscar Tietze
P. K. Wilson
Jennie W  Smith
Jennie W  Smith
Pike
Pike
Thos. K Uobinson
Thos. K Kobinson
li   W lugate
K Winiati
Jennie W. Smith
I'".  Klassrn
F. Klassen
Ioeeph Hiilow
(isi-ph Billow
Arthur llowilcy
Laulowc
>   IV II   :■ ii.--.tii
E Sk.lborne
E. Skelhoroe
K. t. Mi Donald
R. F. Mdionald
R* A  Taunton
It A Taunton
C J  L.i.-Warner
,C. J. Lee-Warner
11 11 Raman
toll 11 RoOtgM
'. Jordisin
F jordisin
R. W. Evani
J. L Maixrll
An^us McDonald
II. Lambert
J. W  ShelbOfM
N. J. Kurbsirr.
R. Allium
G. A. McAfee
J. D. McGregor
•79
.70
1
.70
.70
.7,1
.70
*7o
.70
.70
.70
.70
.70
.7,1
•70
70
.70
.70
.70
.70
•70
.70
.70
.70
.70
•7°
I.14I
1.14I
7"
[$205
2.05
2.05
2.05
205
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.02
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
.70
.711
.70
.70
.70
.70
7"
70
■7"
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.06
2.06
2.06
2.05
70 2.05
70 J05
70 2.0S
70 2.05
70 2.05
70 2.05
70 205
70 2.05
70 2.05
70 2.05
2.05
205
2.05
205
2.05
.70J 2.05
205
2.05
2-05
205
a- 05;
205
2.05
2.05
2*10
210
2.10
2*10
2*10
2.10
2* 10
2.0
1*10
2*10
2*10
2*10
2* 10
.70
.70
.70
•70
■•75
'■75
175
1-75
'75
'75
'•75
'75
'75
'•75
'•75
'•75
'•75
'•75
'•75
'•75 a
'•75 •>
'•75 J
9.70 2
2.05 2
2.05 2
2.05 2
2.05 2
1.95   2..0
'•95 »''
2.05 210
2.05 2-10
..38 207
I.05 205
I.05 205
I.I4 2<06
I  14 206
1.14 2 oil
I..4 206
I.I4I 206
...4 2o6
1.14 2'o6
I.I4 2*06
I.75 2.10
I75! 210
I.75    210
1 75  *'o
1.75 a-io
1.75 1*10
1.75   210
la.
10
10
IO
Mn
■'50
lit
in
lu
10
■■75
'■75
'75
'■75
'75
'•75
'■75
'75
'•75
'■75
1-73
'•75
» 75.
'751
> 75
' *]
'•75
'■75
i'7J
'75
'■75
'•75
'■75
1 75
'*75|
'75
'■75
'•75
I.7J
'75
■75,
'■75
'75
2* 10
2* 10
210
J lu
2-lu
2- in
10
m
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m
111
10
10
2-10
2 lit
2*10
2* 10
3* 10
2. 10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2 10
2. 10
2.10
2. .0
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
1.10
2.101
TOTAL
a.75
a* 75
a.75
2.75
a.75
a.75
a-75
a*75
a.75
a.75
a.75
a.75
a.75
a-75
2.75
a-75
2 75
a-75
a-75
a-75
a.75
a.75
a-75
a.75
a-75
3.20
3.20
3.20
a.75
a.75
a.75
a.75
a.75
a-75
a-75
a-75
a*75
a* 75
a 75
a-75
a* 75
a-75
a.75
a 75
a* 75
a.75
a-75
a-75
a-75
a* 75
a.75
a* 75
a.75
385
3.85
3.85
3.85
385
3.85
Mj
3-85
3-H5
385
3*«5
3 85
3.85
3«5
3*85
3*85
3-85
3.85
12.20
4'5
4'5
4 '5
4 '5
4.05
405
4 '5
4'5
3 45
3.10
3.10
320
3 20
3.20
320
3 20
3.20
3.20
320
3.85
3.85
385
385
3.85
3.85
3.85
3-85
3.85
3 85
3.85
3>5
3*85
385
385
3.85
3.85
3-85
3.85
3-85
3 85
3-85
3.85
3.85
3.85
3*5
3.85
385
3Ks
385
3S5
3.115
3-H5
a
3.8
3-8
,8
description or
PROPERTY
in.
Hlock
799|c yi
799 e yi
882
882
S82
aSSi
2008
2008
2022
2022
3023!
2026
2026
2026
2026
2026
2087
2087
2087
20881
2l6(j
2169
2169
2l6lj
2169
3
38
6
2529
a5*a9
IJ-tg
a5-a9
25-a9
11
5«
53
'3
3
4
^4
49
5"
Lol
29
3
w#
wyi
1
12
W !;
21(11163
216968
216975
216981
2161/91
216992
216993
58013
6264
6a6'7
626111
'■:'' 1:
626! 12
794 9
794 17
86.
865'
87.'
95°; 1
9505
999
1008 e )'j
1407  B
1418
20236
2023 10
2023 11
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WWD OWNER
III. lol
hi.1 Dei-
IH07 .,1.1
ittlriMI
part
^0 acres
George W. Hutchings
James D. Magee
S. S. Johnson
D. M. Wesson
Max R. Miller
Mrs. S. S. Johnson
Mrs. J. B Findlay
Mrs. J. B. Findla
Mary M. Modsen
H. A. McArthur
J. S* Gunn
5   ii.,Russell
3 !A. Dalton Nye
4 Miss Jane Tennant
12 Hubert McBain
13 A. Dalton Nye
Mrs. L. Upjohn
Lemuel II. Nicholson
Dominion Trust Co'y
John A. Barber
Martha M. Jewell
Martha M. Jiwett
Harry Mclntyre
W. E. Flumerlelt
W. B. Fluinerfelt
A. Sangstod
Norman McDonald
John McCallum
P. B. McGarrigle
Laughton
Laughton
Laughton
B. Deane
H.-nlia Yondall
Hugh A. Yondall
H A.C. Ross & D. McLean
B Berlha M. Yondall ■
C Berlha M. Yondall
Mrs. F. McCartney
E. B. Deane
Alexander Henderson &
Martin
Simcoe J. Woodrow
R. J. Bestty
Mrs. Hannah Weeks
Mrs. Hannah Weeks
Simcoe J. Woodrow
J. Young snd P. Nebiit
11. B. Findlay
J. Debris ay
Bertha M. Gunn
Ellen Ustroin
|J. H. Hood
'■75
1.751
2.19I
2.10
2 10
2.10I
'•75
'■75
2.24
4 55
'•75
I.2a
1.28
1.28;
l'28
1.28
a-75
'•95
545
6.oo|
'75
'•75
'•75
'•75
'•751
'•75
«-75l
'■75
Colli
TOTAL
I-   "'
2.10
2.II
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.11
a. 25
2.10
2.07
2.07
2.07
2.07
2.07
2.15
2.10
2.30
2.30
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
»3.85
3-85
4-30
4.20
4.20
4.20
385
385
4 35
6.80
3.85
3 35
3 35
3 35
335
3 35
4.90
4.05
775
8.30
3.85
3-85
l-7i| J-i°
1.75 2.10
'■75
'■75
4.20
2.40
2.40
'•75
'■751
'•75
..85
2.70
20.15
2.10
2.10
2.20
LIJ
2.15
2,10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.15
3.00
7'-4° 5 55
6.80 2.25
2.05 2.10
1.14 2.06
51.70 4.60
4 10 2.20
1.75 2.10
16.85, 2.85
1.75 2.10
1.38 2.07
'■75 a.io
3.85
385
3.85
3.85
385
3.85
385
385
385
3.85
6 40
4 55
4 55
3*85
3*85
3*85
3 95
4.85
33 '5
76*95
9.15
4-'5
3.20
5b-3°
6.30
3.85
1970
385
345
3 85
1909.
Given under my hand at North Vancouver this 5U1 day of August,
ALEX.  PHILIP,
COLLECTOR
The exposition tuiiiiiiitUT, in
connection with the liiti-tiiatiun-
,il exposition and Selkirk cini-
ennial, whiih it is proposed to
hold at Winnipeg, are not alion
ing .111 y opportunity tu pass to
further the interest of the niove-
imut. Advantage is being ill
ergi-tii.illv laken ol eury opportunity thai oilers to give prestige lo tlie idea, and to unite
interest upon llie part ol lue
public. The ciiiiiiniltee is making elaborate .irraligeiiients li.r
a reception to Lord Stratlnoii.i,
upon the occasion of his approaching visil to that cil) 1 lieing lull) alive to lhe iiualiul-
able belielits that will aiim
Irom securing the active interest
ol the- high commissioner in tin
project. In order that the ,11-
lerest ol Lord Stralhcoiia 111 llie
exposition may be made as cibM
II possible, it is the intention
to limit* lum honorary prcsidciii
if he will consent to accept the
honor.
The visit of Lord Charles ller*
esford to Uie Canadian iiest,
will Ih. taken advantage bl bi
the cxpusitii.u inlirtaiiinieiil
iiiiiiiiutti-e, lor lhe pOTpOM ul
euiphasi/iiig an import,ml 1... 1
ure ol the expusiliuii idea. '1 he
advent ul this distinguished exponent ol imperialism will lathi ouasioii lur bringing into
pruiiiiiiinie llu* fact, that the
ixpusllion is intended lu iikiil-
catc a deeper and stronger national spirit ol ilosn illations
throughout Uie dominion, and
a drawing closer of lhe ties that
uini, the British empire iu DM.
The Toronto exhibition will
be pressed into serine to bring
the exposition and its possibilities prominently before the people uf Ontario. A portion of
tin spate allotted to lhe city of
Wiiinipc-;, al the Toronto lair,
has been placed al the disposal
ol the cx|>ositioii loiiiiiiittcciiitl
use will be made ul llus In ad-
verli.se lhe lact that Canada's
lirsi -Treat international la.vpnsi-
tion will be held at Winnipeg,in
1912.
The iniiiiiiittee is not forgetting the great assistance that
may   reasonably   be   expected
Irom the goierniiielils of Saskatchewan, Albert* Ud British
Culuinbiu, in the mailer ol linance, as well as iu other respects.
The bountiful harvest whiih
is now assured, coupled with the
bright outlook generally lying
belore the Canadian west, it is
anticipated will cause these governments to manifest their ap-
picii.ition of the great interests
which every western province
has in Uie sua ess ol the scheme
by making liberal appropriations tu assist in lniiiicing the
project, the cost of wnicli must
necessarily be very lain, in order bo carry it through on a
scale that will accomplish success. It is understood that the
respective governments have already been approaillvd 111 the
matter, and it is anliiipated
that announcements will be
made shortly after tlie present
holiday season closes.
VALUADLI.  AKTICLKS
The Kxpress is pleased to
state that arrangements have
been made for the publication ol
.1 series of articles on "City
Planning and Designing,'' which
will appear in these columns
Irolll week to week, and the lirst
ul which will be I1111111I 111 this
issue. The subject is olle of immense importance and is particularly apt iu this province,
where tremendous increase in
population is imminent, and
where many new cities are des-
lined lu be l ■ .11 ik li. I from lime'
to time, as the fabulous resources ol the province are developed.
The writer of these articles is a
man particularly well endniinl
to enable him to write acceptably and profitably upon this
subject. Nol only has he been
for years a close student of matters pertaining to city conditions in llieir many phases, but
he has likewise had much practical experience in townsilc
pi.inning and development, so
ihai he tanks as a specialist in
the subject in hand, The Express confidently anticipates
that these articles will meet
with high appreciation from the
leading public, and is well assured that they will prove of
great interest aud permanent
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North Vancouver Properties
Cleared City Lots
for Sale at First Co»t
The lew remaining lots in hlock 5], D. L. 550, on 14th, 15th
street and Ridgway avenue, being one block west of Queensbury
park.
Inside lots (500 to $525 each.    Corners |6oo each.
Size of inside lots 50 by 156 leet each. Corners 60 by 156
leet each.
Theae lots are particularly well situated, 15th street being
already cleared and graded to its full width, and lots of similar slie ic that vicinity now selling for I700 to $800 each.
The lots above mentioned are genuine snaps.
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or in any other part id ihr District will profit gieatly hi consulting our large and ex. iusiw list before negotiating for purchase elsewhere.
This being the nnu in year of our establishment in business
in North Vancouver we are thoroughly posted as to the various
properties that may be ollered lor sale and their values.
We are the sales agents for a number of estates in North
Vancoaver city and district and have a very good list oi pro
pertiei for sale at prices which were prevailing in 1907 and 1908
during the period of financial depression, and as we are now apparently on the eve of a period of great prosperity we consider
the plesent time very opportune for investors to make a self. -
tion of North Vancouver property before the greater period of
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Councillor Gordon was the
only absentee at lhe regular
meeting nl lhe district council,
Friday evening lasl. Keeve McNaught presided.
The Tvee Copper Co., wrote
in reply lo a letter Irom tin
road lax collector, requesting
lli.it the lax be collected Ii'iim
their ciiiplovucs, enclosing a
claim tor S4H1.65 (or work pcr-
lorincd 011 the road lo the claim
Clerk to reply thai council had
not ,iiitliin l-cil any cxpcmiiliuc
upon tin-, road in question, and
lllal no moneys could be paid
until such was done.
S. S. Tyler, secretary oi the
Horticultural assoi iation,wrote
conveying thanks ior lhe donation given bv Uie council Ul assist the exposition on September 10 and 11,
B. I-a ans in lends building ,11
his property, luls ; ami s,block
y, nest one-hall ol D. I, ;,S;.
aud requested a Ntdwaw ',o the
same; board ol works to act.
t, Allan wrote, requesting
permission to build a logging
chute ail'oss Keith road in DL.
551; engineer to investigate ami
to act.
The district engineer was instructed lo coiiiinuniiaU' v.rh
the McNair Lumber Co., ai.il lo
senile lhe installation ol drop
pulleys at the poinl wh.-re iheir
cables cross Keilu road.
A petition was presented fi om
property owners on Westover
road, from the Pipeline road to
Salmon road, request ing that it
be widened, niacadaiiii/.i-d, and
sidewalk built, under the local
improvement plan; clerk to prepare a bylaw.
A deputation (rom the board
ol directors of Nortli Vancouver
City Ferries, Ltd., consisting (,I
Mayor May and Messrs. MiN.ur
Williams and Larson, wailed on
the council, and requested liiiati-
cial assistance in carrying out
the plans thai thev bavi in view
It is the Intention ol the ferrv
board to reduce the monthly
rate for passengers Irom $2   to
51.50, and also to reduce the
teaming rates. These reductions would cost theni al least
(4000 per year, and ihev requested that the district council
make them a grant ol that a:
Boat, as lhe liiry was ol great
bellelil lo lllc disltlit. It w.is
also the purpose ol the direitnts
to build another boat, <m the
same general plan as the St.
George, with certain improvements, such as appliances lor
burning oil as luel, eli. New
waiting rooms were to be constructed, so arranged as to provide for the rapid handling ol
large crowds, and it was hoped
to be in shape to put on a twenty minute seiiKe in the spring.
At the present time, the Ierry
is paying Its way alld a little
more, but the margin is nol su-
iliueiit to provide lm- depreda-
tion and oilier charges. Alter
listening to the member-, ol the
delegation, council agreed lo
take the matter into consideration and .ulusc the directors as
In the lesult.
The following plans ol subdivision were approved
D.L. 554 and 555, on condition
lhat tluisc lots intirleiing willl
Keith road be lell blank mi tin
registered plan; the S W. oiu-
half ol at,-; blink B, I). I,. ;*.=,,
blinks .' ami 3, D. L. bl.l; bloik
1, D. L. Jf7j h.is ), t) antl 1 j,
I). L. bil; bloiks a\ to Uh, D.L.
2044; the S.W. pui it..11 ol 1). I,.
biy, lots A, 11, C and I), 1). I,
1123; Mocfc -. D. '• '"•-'; Uocki
14, 15 and ,iy, I). L. 2022; the
N.W, one lull ol I) L. I..K,; plal|
of D. L. 2024.
ll was decided that in luture,
when anv plan is rejected, a letter shall be senl lhe owner ol
the property, suiting llie exait
reasons why suih action was
taken.
An application Irom a deputation,rcprcsinung the brass band
which it is proposed to form on
this side of lhe Inlet, for financial assistame, was laid over
for lurther consideration.
Hoard ol woiks ,mounts, to
lhe amount ol floll.63, Van
ordered paid.
Kilgiti'i; ' .tiiier >n was in
structed l; p;epare a -.rait plan
and an estimate ol the cost ol
the extension ol Keith road lo
White Chii city.
On motion, it wa.s resolved to
purchase a new Remington typewriter Ior ollice use.
A bylaw to widen Dudley road
through 1). I.. 5-ju, Irom JJ to
bb feet, was given three readings
On motion, il was resolved
thai council millings be held 011
the lirst and third Thursday in
each liionlh in luture, in order
to allow more time lor issuing
pai checks to employees.
A bylaw to amend the waterworks regulations bylaw,to provide lor cases in which piping
must be laid lor a long distance
from the mam, was given two
readings and laid over.
District clcrj*; .submitted a report, with reference to thc estimated tost oi Uw several local
improvement sihciiics at present
belore the council, as lollows
Lonsdale avenue norlh, clearing, grading, boiilciarding and
111.11,idaliil/.llig, total cost $12,-
77b; owners' shale, $lo,22o.Mo;
muillilpalili s share, 1556.96;
annual charge to minds   to   be
distributed on [roatagi   rate,
>\*,| pi. Centre mad. ibaring,
grading, houlciardiiig and tii.u-
adaiiii/iug, lolal cost, $yub7;
cosl to oil 111 is, lyiJJ.te; llllllll-
up.illli's shale, >S| 1 p.; allllll.ll
1 barge lo owners to be distributed, Shot* 40. Hoskins 10,nl
clearing, grading, boulcvarding,
mac,iil.iiin/ing and laving suit-
walk,   f 11,847;   ulst •" owners.
$9,477.(10; cost lo municipality,
>i (69,40; annual insl to owners
to be distributed, $742,IV
A petition is at present being
circulated lor signatures among
propert] miners throughout the
district, lo authorize a loan ol
130,000, lo augment the general
revenue in risiii-ct to the heavy
cxlra expenditures incurred lor
road making niachinerv, steel
bridges, a quarry, Hollyliurn
wharl, and olher works of a |H-r-
liiattelit iluractcr; and also to
111.ililt- the council to contribute
the 1111111icip.il proportion Irom
the general binds tn the diflcrcnt
local impriiiiliielit sihellles nun
011 hand. This movement was
lurther disiussc-I and considered
•   NORTH VANCOUVER CITY
Facts are its Argument
A fourth uf Hurrard Inlet was
developed by lhc Canadian Pacific railway, with result ol large
customs revenue to Canada. The
national government now assists liuancially development ol
the remaining greater part of
the harbor.
The centre and nucleus ol
greater Hurrard is Nortli Vancouver City,
Twenty miles watcrfrontagc
mailable lor industries, --hipping and railroad bases.
tonj system just bought up
bv nly to hasten ellicient and
increased service.
Two railroads to Norlh Vaniouver authorised by Canadian
parliament.
Canadian Parliament has voted $200,000, also $6,400 per mill)
ior bridging the Inlet and mr,*
necting North Vancouver with
Vancouver.
Railroad's bridge plans all
approved by dominion   govern
ment, and both roads have prf-
mission to use same bridge.
Canadian l'acilic Railroad is
now negotiating with city Lit
lerryage oi its cars to North
Vancouver, also for shoreline
base ior transfer of cars lo ll.e
tracks of existing electric .-ail-
way.
The prospect is thai North.
Vancouver will escape   the   jiic
j railroad stage ol existence, .,1 d
that early opening of its suoie-
' hue railway will ensure rapid
development ol industries   and
1 port. Just as the Grand Trunk
Pacific railway means the doubling ol populated Canada, so
the bridging oi Hurrard Inlet
means a second Valiiouver   on
illie north shore ol lhe harbor,
with repetition ol Vancouver's
history, perhaps more rapidly
than in the lirst instance, as the
province has now more population lor new cities to draw Irom
The history ol Vancouver's
real estate summarized in a
sentence is that the assessed val
ue ol lllc whole clly is uow
twenty limes what it was a-
bout twenty years ago. Vancouver's lirst-rate residence lots
now reali/.e more than twenty
limes llieir price twenty years
ago. Considering that localities change, it is doubllul whether auy property is more sure
oi full ratio of increase than
lirst-rate residence ground provided thc locality is protnied
against depreciation.
The grand boulevard ol Norlh
Vancouver is the third aveuue ot
the world aud Uie broadest ol
any city ou this loiitiiieul. It
is dedicated to residences and is
protected for twenty years a-
gamst deprecialive sltudurcs.
I'.u n here where the plelhora of
opportunities is the quandary of
investors, the grand boulevard
is the very bull's eye oi investment 111 Nurth Vancouver—the
mark al whnh investment alms,
having certainty ol quality und
seeming certainly ol large iu-
1 it .1 ,e in value.
Plans, price lists and other information can be had from the
North Vancouver Land ir* Improvement Co. Ltd. Lty.
Malum, Mcf arland £» Mahon, Ltd., Official \d\tn\s
COIiSEIl PSSDER AM) SEYMOUR STREETS, VANCOUVER, B. C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
'lluni, consisting ul Dr. Edward
Broome, uuisii.il ilia-dor ol the
Toronto comtrvatoxy ol muiic:
I In lor    Cli.iik'Mioi'lli,   musical
.unl th.tin,au critic ol tin* Tor*
i ,,     iiinn .u.iil and Empire, ami l'i
iiiMinii   as   lu   \\ 111 lllll    ,,  .. ,. , ,'       ' ,.
l'l-lliaiii Bdiar,proKiior ol Enc-
Un.i.l.i is in ani very pressing -y, ilU,*lUiri. _ thl. miiVl.rsitv
mul  oi  .uiiUniij;   ih«    m   the „j xurunto,
*   Some lour liuii.ln.il con-petit-
Tlk-   (jik
debatable and would doubtless or ,,,,„, ilU ls ol C.M.^
develop a wide Merence ol op- cesponded _ -Jw «U Ior poems,
lluo11' it were conceded ulUl llu. 1VMlh „lal l)lc ^^
linally idl upon the words writ*
tii.it ,i movement to Ihis end
uas advisable,  Uu  agencj    b>  ,
iihuh thw movement was to be Cl|lll)d, ()1 Toront0  „ }mMia
inaugurated and the methods ibj L( ^ a, Victoria collem, uui*
llllllll   ,1    WW  tO   III-  t.allal.llll.l.UI    U,IMU     oj    Joronto Jlmu.ul
order to aaomplish practical re-L,,^^ Ulls |llll(iUlllulI Uui¥
sulis, would require verj ..maul b« im itawU, and howive conuit
consideration, tJu reMonj ^hhh w lo  Uu.ir
rhemannei m which UUier s llu,iu. b, ,,„,, ulimmu,C| |, u.
Keeklj Canadian edition-has maini to k su,„ vvhallcr lla,
been pleased to la} hold on this Slhl.mi. rtlU 11K.tt K\_My *vi,|,-
tnatter, impresses the averagi sprettd acceptftnc, lt •■*,,.- ),,md,
Canadian ciiiaa as wamlesting ,,, lhl. Canadian People, Th,
) -'"" probabilitj is that whii*  "Th
A. FARRO
General Contractor
I.mnl Clearing, Stum|. inti Hock
Minting. Kxtrn ettt nenr liniuea.
All tlaiiiagt-ii made pod,
B M PL l> Y M K NT     A li It N C Y
<t,.l HI.   tta.t of Lnn»d«.!e
H. <>. B.i* ..
a sill,ill liiotlliuui nl tact. ll
Collier's desired onli to secure
ionic ellective method oi advertisement lor their publication,
then oi course the means adopted uiai perhaps .is gotnl as ,uu
ont oi in.mi other similar expedients ulnili aii iii vogue; i.ui
ii tin* publication u.is realh
actuated bj a disinterested de-
iin u> produce a Canadian Na-
tiou.il Anthem, which iioiild
uini uuh popular acceptance,
Hull llli* whole allall slllkis ila*
ordinal) observe! as being de-
t mi .ili crude.
Couier'a   selected   Lavallee's
beautilul invocation known  as
"0 Canada" as the lune  lhat
uas to be adopted loi universal
usf, and haling appointed ilnn*
judges, ollered a priu ol fioo
ior competition, tor iln  most
sua,il.li*   words  to  accompany
lliis tiun ai a national anthem,
Tin- imu itsell is admired bj all
It lias lum mag i,, appropriate
wonls loi some years, at nearh
all Uii* -Hiiiii nnuii,,iis  in   Uu
provinci ni (Juebei   where  ihe
author uas born and reaided-
aiitl lias liken ise been much .unin the li'iiist a.i commons  when
the division bell has rung    u
Aii. Speakei is waiting to out
iln i|lli'.stiiin.
Again,  the judgei were men
llllllll 1111\   lull  lllllll  to .uljllill-
cate on ilu matter rabmitted lo
Maple l,i'.ii" is, (rom the itand-
point oi musical and ol poetical
critics, not equal u> thli latest
combination, yet, it will bl discovered ilui Alexander Ifoir'i
simpler lay will tab a lot ol
ousting upon the part ol Uty
inn aspirant thai, rvra udct
llu nnisi aiispiilolls ■.lla.unislail-
ces, u ..iilil seek to diiplact it in
ilu aflectiom oi Canadians, old
and young.
Tht lines written by Mrs. He-
Culloih are as lollows;
0 Canada I in praise ol thee we
sing,
From iihoing hills our aiitlireitis
proudly ring.
Willi lei nh* plains aud mountains grand,
Willi lake;, ainl rivers thai,
Eternal    beauty   thou   dost
stand
Throughout    llie    ehauging
year.
l,i.nl God ol Hosts! we now implore,
Hltss our dear land this day alld
evermore.
Bless our dear land lllis dav and
evernioie.
II.
Dial Can,nia! lur line uur lathers wrought,
Thy good and   mirs  uiisillishlv
they sought.
Willi sleatllasl liaml and leal-
less mind
Tliey felled the forest domes,
Content at last  to leave  behind
A heritage of homes.
Lord Ood ol Hosts! we now implore,
Bless our dear land this day and
evermore.
Bless our dear land this da\ ami
evermore.
III.
Blest   Canada!   the   homeland
lhat .we love.
Thy freedom came a gift from
God above.
Thy righteous laws,  thy jus-
tin- lair,
Give malehless liberty; in '""" !" ln,»','", Pri'T«
We thank, our  God  that   we _w_m tri,| |,,r
may share
Thy glui nnis destiny.
Lord (..nl ol Hosts! we nun un
plure,
Bless our dear land lliis day and
evermore.
Bless our dear land this day and
evermore.
Alexander t'.ilison uas a visitor at Seuttle this week, to
sec his son, .1. B. Gibson, saltli
away to MMM his new dul lis
al While Horse.
Choicest Cut
FLOWERS
FUNERAL DESI0N8 or
WEDDING BOUQUETS
607 Hastings 81., West
ALEXANDER &,
MACNAGHTEN
Real Estate Brokers, Financial and Insurance Agents
WC  HAVE
$50,000  TO  LEND
ON MUM MORTGAGE
121 Lonsdale Ave.
iaraaffliiT2iBK3isisifflafS)3aisiaisraHs
For Good Photos
Carbutt
£ StKCMM' lo I Hiol A Biglot.
(or., , I on.n.l. 11 .plinid*
,'iii c*. reasonable
Results guaranteed |
I^.^1^3'dSJSJ5IS/ac1Mai*ra3Ii?M5/5!
Builders and
Contractor*
P. LARSON Is  prepared to
supply
Lime, Brick,
Sand, Cement
And all kinds of Building
Material in i|iiantitioito suit
ind <it reasonable prices.
—APPLY—
HOTEL NOUTII YANCOl'YKK
TELEPHONE So. i.
Mill
Wood
FOR SALE
50c a
Load
You can take ns large a load
as you  like for
60 centi.
Send your own teams.
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LYNN VALLEY
|6 I.nts close lo Irani lim.'     l'i if ft 25 each.    Thr.-e lols in
a group for Jju cash lad I'-iUiicc al Jin BM inoiilh.
6 ROOM HOUSE
Now and iiinilein, size J4X4J leel, I blink from the Houle*
vard. Price Hi,boo. $400 cash. Balance 0, 11, iH an
14 months.
MAY & BURNS
Re.il Estate and Financial Agents
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na... ki
17th Siren, Nortk Vancouver
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Reduce Your Hardware Bill*
Don't buy blindly. If «vp .*«n an.l »r.- willing to mv* you
maaimv on your har.l-.ii*- il il lo y..nr l4mll|l to allow 11. to
'li..... We arc in a poailinn linell ymi lhe lidi hardware
■uppliei of every dencription nl tin- lowett prices and no matter,
what your requirement, are.
Well    DO   IT ■' )'<>u'll leave your onlttra with in
We compete lucceiwfully in the open market wilh tli* bigginl
hardware coin-emu in Jlritiih Columbia. We lecure .intern
that other* can't touch. Why? Becime we buy tlireil fnun
the niaiiufactureri in manytaeen; we huy jiidioiouely all of
th* time, we pay caah for our k<kxIi, and our eipenM* ire low
Pul our claim, to the teal, we'll tave you money.
Mil LHrillU.R HIRHWIKK (WW. Ltd.
104 Esplanade Next to Post Oflice Phone No. 86
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North  Vancouver Horticultural  Society and Farmers' institute
The 6th Annual Exhibition
will be held in tbe
Horticultural llall, Lonsdale Avenue
on  fridmi   and Saturday
September I Oth and 11 tb, '09
$750  Given in Prizes
111 OltlWI opi'ii to Viui'ouver and .New Westminster Districts
Royal Horticultural Soii» li|'.% silver and bronze medal*and
»everal silver cu|>»
for Fruit, Flowers, Vegetables, Florists'   Exhibit!, Stock, (Jurdens, Domestic
Science, Ladies' and Children's Work, etc,
PkOMUNADK CONCERT 1UIHAV BVEN1NG
IIIII.DKKN'S SPOUTS ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON
PUDl.lC DANCE s.UTRim EVENING
l-'ull Ditaikd Piiic I.isl i.n Applkatkl to lilt Santury, MK. SVDM'IY TYI.ER,
MIRTH VANCOUVER
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE "CIVIC COMMITTEE."
m*aV4V*tl0M4HW&IW&9 ^^|>t<|^W<Wl<¥¥l<iMi<-^^ THI KXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Canada is developing an ever
increasing attractiveness for tlie
great tide ol population from
other countries who are seeking
to better Uieir condition, and
British Columbia is becoming
the objective point ol this influx, in steadily increasing ratio
The work ol the immigration
ollice in this province has de-
- eloped to a degree that rci'di-i's
necessary the preseiice oi a
special olhcer to supervise the
work.
W. D. Scott, superintendent ol
immigration, was a retell us-
ltor in the province, un.l I ,.n
appointed J. B. Ilarkin, chief
clerk of the department, to luke
the supervision of immigration
into llritisli Columbia.
Interviewed by a representative ot the press at Victoria,Mi.
Scott explained that the work
of his department had oeen increasing with great rapidity,
n.n ui ally lollowing the development ol immigration to Canada
There are now over two hundred
ollicers stationed at international points, and each yuar the
examination of intending immigrants is becoming more exacting. In illustration of this
he mentioned that last year his
ollicers turned back over live
thousa'!-'! people who sought admission from south of the border. Th- rhief points at which
lllis incoming population knocks
at Canadian doors are at Port
Huron, Sarnia, Niagara Falls,
Portal, Victoria, and a few
other points on the lioundary
line on .the prairies.
The growth ol British Columbia and the increasing llow ol
settlers has greatly increased
the importance ol the stations
fro u the Crow's Nest   to   the
Royal Standard
The Highest
Product of the
Milling Industry
Made in British Columbia Irom
specially seliTtt'al wheal, at llie
best mill • i llit Pacific Coast,
Koyal Sta.n'ird will lie lo you what
it has been to many-tho delight
ol your kitchen, thr pride ol the
cook.
Then too, re member thr opportunity ',; always open lo win a
' -"i'ln nit- lot* ;iiece dinner net.
L'acli ajij-lb ol Kojal Standard
Fiom i-.o-tjini a coupon entitling
you to a chance.
MaU..f*.cluied by
coast. Mr. Ilarkin will probably make his heaili|iiarters for
the present at Kamloops, and
will personally visit the dilli-r-
ent stations.
It is altogether probable also
that an agency will bc established at Prince Rupert lo watch
Immigration at that point. At
present American steamers from
Seattle and from Skagw ay land
some passengers at the new G.
T. P. point, but they have not
yet presented themselves in sul-
liceiit numbers to warrant the
appointment ol an olhcer there,
the cusloius ollicials having attended to this lor the department.
Till- 1)00 TAX
Some adverse criticisms have
been heard with refcri-nce to the
campaign which is being conducted wilh relerence to the
payment of the dog tax in the
eity. Several citiuns were
hailed belore the magistrate a
lew weeks ago and on Monday,
some fourteen paid their respects—and their money—to the
court, ln explanatioh ol this
line of action upon the part of
the police department, it is slated that strong objection was
made bv certain citizens   who
regularly paid their dog tax,
against other owners of dogs being allowed exemption from the
tax through lax methods of collecting lhc same. The authorities found themselves confronted
by the dilemma that either the
tax must be remitted all round
or collected all round, and as
lite bylaw is a serviceable one,
and is evidently placed upon the
statutes to be observed, it was
considered that there was only
one course open to the department, that was to collect tht
tax. A sliort time ago the
town was inlested by a large
number of worthless ami ownerless curs ivhich were a dclriineiiL
to lilt coiiiiininili. About JO of
these have lately been destroyed
aiid the dog tax luriiishes the
polite with a reliable method ol
'distinguishing those dogs whom
1 nobody oil ns alld lor whom no-
| body carts, from those- dogs to
whom their owners really attach some  value.    Tht uggrt-
Good
News
No excuse now (or not
BUYING  THAT  PIANO
Contracting for several hundred
pianos, f 375. oo to J450.00 grades
al 1 big cut (rom Manufacturers'
Wholesale Prices, enables us to
ship in
CARLOAD LOTS
and by the "new harness system,'' saving to us many dollars
in freights alonr, we are now
selling
Populaf   Dependable   Piano*
>a75   **¥>   »>o  J32J
p' "o ttif in no |t, 1 month
\\ in n you deal with us um |tt tin*
besl that Tin Lik.im PianoCon-
CMI in WMTkM Canada, backed
by f Ya-URS   I'kAtllLAI. KXI'KRIKNI'I
and an abundance ol capital, can
give.
Monteliu• Piano House, Ltd
4M 141 H.al,.**a  Strati Ural
Viacom rr, B.C.
Pioneer
Bakery^
S. H. Walker,  ■   Proprietor
Fresh Bread daily delivered
to all pans of the city.
16 loaves for $1
4 for is cents.
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
HIGH GRADECAKE
PASTRY, ETC.
PIONEER BAKERY
riniNl 8        71 Lonsdale Ave
B*K
Look (or the above trademark,
the sign of quality, on your
cereal foods.
We manufacture tht best
Rolled Oats
on the marktt today.
Leave your orders with us for
HAY, GRAIN
AND   CHOP
Prompt Delivery
Satisfaction Guaranteed
ih. Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
Limited.
Lonsdale Av.nue,
tt Ferry Landing
Jas. Chapman,   local mantf.r.
. ANCOOTBK, n 1
Phone 37
Artistic Deeifni Sound Workmanship
Moderate Prices
LAW & KNOWLES
P 0. Box ■
AlH'lIITKITS   A.M)   Bl II.DKKS
We Can Design and We Can Build
A Difficult Proposition
(To be done on nn ordinary City Map)
Place one point of a coinpnus at tho foot of LoMdllc avrmie and, with a
radius of 9J inches, describi- an nre, cultiiip D.L 698 at almut the middle of our
Half Acre Blocks—that is, at Block 28—and having its points terminating at the
waterfront.
It is required to Iind within this radius a half acre hlock with soil, scenic
surmundingsand view equal to those in D.L. o9M, for |SS6M0h,
Investors are realizing it cannot be done and an- purchasing them on very
ensv terma.
Martinson & Co.
Real  Estate nnd
I imt 1 ni nee  Brokers
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gate income to the city is relatively small, but tiie tax is at
once a protection to owners ol
valuable dogl and a protection
to the community, in providing
for the removal of the members
of the worthless tribe, whose
numbers increase with astonishing rapidity unless energetic
methods arc constantly adopted
COAL
COAL
.NEW WELLINGTON Ooal
direct inun lb* mints.
I'lin* -..ir order* now aad
secure jont winter's tnpplv.
Urge .iaiiniiti.il will arrif*
in • lew 'lata., l'i ic*. nglil
Urge lupply of WOOD
alwan on hand    ....
P.   LARSON
lintel North Vancouv.r
Telephone No. 2.
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PALACE
HOTEL
Kaii* .
{2.00   per   and   up
Special rates tu (am
ill..*, ud   to  regular
boarders	
REDA & ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Skiimi StUST,   ....   NOKTIl   VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS,
H PER YEAR
VANCOUVER BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
Citj Auditori
North VsscouTet
Ji6 Pindar itreit
grocers
ARCHITECTS
E.STANLEY MITTON.M.I.C.A
ARCHITECT
619 Mailings Street Weat,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AUCTIONEERS
A. M. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
6b Hastings street west
ii tk* only auctioneer who will
pay ipot caah belore th* Mlt -
conducted
r. C. SAUNDERS	
Barriiter, Solicitor, Notsry
Public, Member oi th* ban
oi British Columbia ud Que-
aaa Room 9 Empire Buildup, 603 Haitingi St. went.
Vueonver, B.C.    Phom 4166
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Harriiten, Solicitors, itt.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pander Street
Phont 996
B. D. Sehulta        C. 8. Arsold
BATHI
Kallethe's Bath
Coiim Homer ud Pender Sts.
The only up-to-date ud reliable bath house in British Co*
lumbia-
Wl mil where othei* Iall
Satiiiaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plain bathi, electric bathi,
ahower bathi, massage lor body, Kelp ud lacs; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduati ol Berlin, Gennuy
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
wh Haitingi St. W.
Canada'* QroaUet Weeteri. S«ht»l
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - - lfuafer
PITMAN'S
Buslne** College
63J Seymour sl., V.iiiiouver
Day m Iiunl open nil the year
round. Nighl school ciiiiiiiu-iic-
is September Htb.
\ PKRl'SAL OF THE ADVT
COLUMNS WILL PAY BOTH
SHOPPBM AND INTENDING
ADVERTISERS.     ADS. AUK
NOT IM TIIK EXPRESS FOR
KOTEQfO.
CHEAPS1DE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groeeriea ud Proviiioni
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hutiagi St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdaya ud Fridays
OYtlNO AND GLEANING
PERTH DYE WORKS
Anderson & Hilton, Proprietors
Dyeing, Cleaning, Pressing
Ladies' dresses, silks,   laces  a
specialty
SALE & BREW1TT
Agents, North Vancouver
LADIES' HAIR0RE38ING,
Jet Barn-lte* and Back CouiIm ul the
newHt .Usigaa m»y be »eeu *l Madame
lluinpl.ruya. .-nuclieu at lu»e«l price*
and all *h*de*. Toupee* lor getitlemeu
mad* at lb* ihurle*t uoliee. ity Maty
T. lioldmai.'i lUir Kwtorer lor way aud
faded hair, in four UiU»reui ►hide-,
clean and .-mj to una. Sli»nipouing,
Mair-drewing, Facial Maetage, Uauicui-
nig, Bcelp Ir.-aiuit'iii, and i-.lrciroljrait
for llie removal ol«uperttuc,u* l.air.warta
aud mole*. Caralul atteulion given lo
mail order*.
MA HA Mi HUMPHREYS
HSU liranvill* Street
OPTICIANS
W. LAWRENCE SMITH
Graduate Optician
All work guaranteed
Consultation Iree
9) Hutiagi itreet wut
Opp. Camaraphone theatre
PHOTOGRAPHERS
MARTEL'S  STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHERS -
121 Haitiagi Streei West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
The beet equipped itudio on the
cout. Phone 332b
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STUDIO
Family Group Specialists
Cabinet sue, >3 per dozen
Cor. Carrall and Cordova sts.
A. SAVARD, Proprietor
PICTURE PRAMING
PICTURE FRAMING
Wi have the largest itock oi
moulding! in B.C.to idect Irom
k. when you want framing done
cheap and well gel our pricei.
BAILEY BROS CO. LTD.,
$40 Granville and 138 Cordova
CHIROPRACTIC
mm n#jHr
ChlKipravrllc I. tbc ..nly melbo.1 .I'll l" i*
rate .nil rtmova Ihr ,....«■ nt dl.ra.f-   H..mn
l,|T laa *.*,! fl   ...KM.f.   ..   CllfO*t*CtlC      Thl
oiilf i lni..|,r»ru.r In Vii.r.mfir nil.  lifr*.
i....... I'l.Oj.i.. I. l.l'., irt'lu.ifl nl I.ii.'r
H.I10.1I ,'f 1 lilri,|'r.rli'. I'.v in»"il, Iitai. ul
AC, n.'ilai III, I ...Ifllt,'UN. bloel, .11 K*>l>a,il,
Ulrcl,. I'll HI'* l.r.'.'H H""" I loi. I..I1.UIII*
iiiiii .11 !. uiiiiii.tioii (rr.-.
DtTECTIVE AGENCIES
Canadian Detective Bureau:—
Offices everywhere
Vancouver Ollir.* ai Ktnpir-n Block
Ni Hurting- .1. »f»l. l'lione 22J6
W. W. WKLSII
General Superintendent
MUSIC
Prof. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vaacouver Opera Houie
Room! 3 and 4 Kits' BsQ, Cor.
Robsoa ud  Granville  Street!.
All laitrumenU.      Phone 3530
Phone 463
11. W. WA1TT 4 CO., LTD.
338 Gruville Sti eel
Pianos - Talking Machines -
Uuiic Goods
Thi oldest muiic home is B. C.
MR 11. A. POWELL
a-onm-rlv of l»n<lon. England, will
open hit Mini.- Studio in U'llrien'a llall
Hutting*, street, "ii S.*pl<-niber 1.1. He
will receive pupil* fur iii.lruction on lh*
Violin, 'Cello and -string 11**..
Special care giveu to children. Hour*
10 to 4.
He hold* the highetl rtf-rence* Irom
tli* Lest mmical circle, ol U.11.I..11.
A uv information niardiiig terms, etc,
may It* obtained at th* Artona I'hoto
Studio, O'Brien'- llall, oral .IMHiran-
villi- »treet.
REAL ESTATE
Keep your eye ob
EAST  VANCOUVEI
HEIGHTS	
r'oi particulari apply lo
UORDEN 9 THORNTON
Phone 813     440 Homer Street
1 urLliire Guaranty &
purities Corporation Ltd.
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
VIII INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgate • • • Manage*
RESTAURANTS
All North Vueosver people
eat at
LEONARD'S
Either Flack Block or Haitingi itieet, opposite the new
Poll Ulhie. Leonard sails hia
tea by the pound.
THEATRES
NATIONAL THEATRE
Mechanical   Opera,   Vaudeville
ud Drama
Program changed every Monday
Any seal in the house 10c.
5b Hastings Street West,
VANCOl'VI-R, B. C.
WATCHMAKAERS
Knglish practical watchmaker;
Eitabliihed 1H89
Specialty,   repauing
W00DR00FE,
311 Carrall Street THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUV1R, B. C.
It is astonishing, but broadly
nue, that until lately the great
est nn builders ol thi world
have Imili their cities regardless
ol general plans, The English
speaking people, « ho havi it ai
etl the greatest maritime, com
nieitial ,iiiii industrial cities ol
the world, whose Lond ind
New   Y'.ik .ue iln   two largest
tines oi all inm-. nnd who have
built  .1  greatci   multitudi   ol
uiies  ih.in   .nn   othei   lii-ia.iu
r.ne   iln*. i.ii ol  tin   builders
has   itrangely     hitherto   paid
little t.i n' attention lo thi
jea ol town planning.       It i
oi   greal   importanci   to   this
loung iilt   l.i kii'.u   what   has
been done hitherto in .1 division
oi progress so impoitaut lo Hn*
count! 1, .iiul Tin* Express   a<
cordingl) welcomes the appeal
ance ol the lusi thorough Eng
lish investigation ul  the ques
iit.n oi city  plans,  which   has
been published by Messrs. Mitli-
ueii \ Co., London, under   the
name    "Town  Planning,  past.
picseni and possibli "lull  Ini
go rriggi, AlM.li.A.
In issuing ihis work, Ui s 1
.Metllllell & Co, make the following announcement,which bas
ul course, direct relation to
Givat Britain:
"Until recently the subject ol
town planning has been ignored
in this country, and the ilrad-
uie ol our ion ns, iln development ol our suburbs, and tin
creation oi entirely new dis-
iruts has been nearly alwa) ■ .1
pure matter ol chance. Thi
mu town pi.liming bill will
draw attention t" tin uecessili
ol dealing with smh an Important matter in a more lar-siglu-
ul manner, Tbc technical literature dialing wilh town planning is comparatively small, and
almost entirely confined to Germany ami France. This bonk
is intended iu remedy that defect and is the outcome ol nv>
iul yean ipent by ihe author
on lhe continent in closely studying    lhe   methods    that    Ii.n f
in,ult iuch inns as Paris, Berlin, Munich and Vienna the beautiful places lliei are. ll Hans
lh, origin and growth of town
pi,liming, and dials with such
lUbjeCtl as lhe lililllalloll ul
11.1 llu.,  llie planning ol streets,
squares and open spans, and the
laying out ol suburban areas
ami mu lownihlpa,    It ia in-
lellded lu be nl use to those win.
.in called iipun to act .is advii-
els 111 pel In tlllg sillellles of civil improvement, to memberi ol
town loitinils, and to the genu
al public; and is copiously illustrated with 1711 detailed plans,
sketches and photographa.
ll  is Imped iu future artkles
lo give some innil definite idea
ni iin* held covered by this welcome volume and the conclusions therein expressed. There
must be many conclusions based on the wide experience ol
whieh will prnve wnrthy of con-
European ind American citiei,
sub ration, and 110 doubt the
great eaatern hemisphere has
Valuable ideas ..11 the subject of
city conatruction to Impart to
lhc new aiid growing wesl.
Operations will shortly be begun .ii the erection of a Hew re-
lidence Ofl   |ih   street,   east   of
Lonidale.
Tin. mu residences will bc
erected in the near luiure on hth
itreet, eait ol ■bintisburv ave.
SINGER
SEWING MACHINES
When you buy your machine here you are dealing direct
with lhe company instead ol running risks by buying through
canvassing agents, this store is the company's permanent r>
|>reientativei lor North Vancouver, yon can inspect the machines lure and in less than half-aii-hour have OM in your
ine. Machines are sold for cash or on easy payment system.
Special Singer oil, per bottle  15c.
Singer, and Wheeler & Wilson needles, per doz  25c.
New Singer darner, each 75c
One second-hand baud machine      $"-.So
Machine! lor rent, $1 per week or per month $,i
J. J. McALKKCK
KEITH BLOCK
LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
Cleared  Lots
In Block 33A, D.L. 330
These lots are all on gradedstreeU. In fine neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Prices $600 to $700
I \M TERN*
S. GINTZBURGER
— LIMITED-
ALEXANDER l\ REILLY
■•a'/'. i t     ■     , v    |  .1 ft', rhiirrh
Ttocher of Piano,   VooaX and tTtooro
If tWred I'n * 11- pnuued (or thf
tomato run.Tiiii* tu itloni
Studio: 939 Davit St., Vaoxonver.    Pkom RttBfi
North Vaiii'i'ini-r. Tiit-.'laiv*. ,i Frl.lsri    Reference  Rer.Mr. Olllam
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
163 Cordova Sired, Vancouver, &. C.
I' i». BOX MS.
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
UViolleit • trial bid on four Driteri email nr large.
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Ctuntr Lonidale Are and Sectnd Street
Theinei iti and A62
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Local and Foreign Fruits
Freah and Case Eggs
Choice Crtamtry Butter always on hand
Lamp Goods, Glassware
Crockeryware, Brushes,   Brooms,  etc , tic
THE EXPRESS can handle
any lorm of Printing Its work
is high class, its stock of the
best, and its prices anti-combine.
Send in your work.   ■*•*"*
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As Solt Agents in North Vancouver for the
COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO. LTD.,
London, England,     assets exceeding $66,000,000
We Would Ask You
1.—As a Imsiness man, is your 8tock or are your premises insured? If not
how do you preserve your credit '.'
2.—If you have a home anil a merry family, have ymi insured that house?
If not, in case of lire how are ynu |MB|(0 replace your treasures, not
to speak of your home?
.1—Have you a wife and  family to support f     If so. aru you insured against
ACCIDENT or 8ICKNE8S?   If not ymi in culpably negligtai   In
justice ittend to it at once.
We write our policies with
Tbe Commercial Union Awurance Co., Limited, London, England
Wliii-h Company |»iiiiranlecs uny policiei in-write on
fire, Life, Accident, Plate Ola**, Employer'*
Liabiliti] or ani) other legitimate risk
Call and See Us
NOTE ADDRFSS--67 and 69 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver,
Phone 6
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