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OH COUNCILLORS AND
EMPLOYERS'LIABILITY
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■ 'lining th> i'ity'i currcKpniiilcnci! tint
(fining wm p littat from tb" Km-
poyeri' WabiiHIaa Jnimranea On. In n
foreiiei! to an iii'ei'leiit which occurred
receiiiiy tn William Bponcc, a cl(y am-
pliiyoe. Ho wai nngagai) In driving .1
garbage wagon and wblla crossing over
tha street oar track!, a audden jolt of
(hn wagon threw him from b|i mat to
tin.' gruiiml, ai a rawlt of Which he
sustained the injuria! i'iiuii which he ii
DAW suffering.
"In nnr miudi," the |o|ler atateil,
"tbii li- not a emu' iu uin'1'  the
Workmen'a I'onipi'niiiilinii Act will up
ply, iieiihi-r ii there negligence on the
, part  of   llie^ily   Jl til lim ij i..,   or   Ilni'"'
pi|t   ill   Mlperililouilolice   liy   thclll   lilill
would entitle Bponcu lu ilamagei under
tba Employer!' Uahility Act or Pom
"liion law. We, therefore, ilu not eon
siiler that you are legally liable fur the
accident and conanijuenlly cannot authorise any settlement with Hpcnce un
our behalf.
Aid. Hick, immediately upon the read
lug of this lettor, moved that Ihe cily
solicitors should lie given pnwur to
"'cancel every hit of insurance we
have with that company, if this kind
of treatment is the kind they are go
ing to Iiiiini out to us."
Aid. Irwiu agreed thai the mailer
iluulil he referred In thu city sulicitur
hut pointed uul that thii policy did nul
expire   until   April,  Tba   alderman
thought a  resolution onihuilyiiig    lhe
opinion pf the, council tm tho bane, t
qf the inclining council wuul.l ba imlli
dent.
4ty. U|ek argued, huwever, that ona
cniineil doei not inlluciice auulhor. Vary
few af till present council warn going
In occupy tba lama seals mat year, and
those newly in aulhorlly would not bl
familiar with tba queitlon ami would
not iiniiei'i.iiiiiil tha iiciiiini'iii received
liy thii council at the bandi pi -he
company. " It ii right up lo ui," laid
Aid. Hick, "iu du the city'i liuiinais
and uot pan it nvir to nut year's
council, Ai a mailer of faet wa do uot
need Km plovers' i .in Id In. at all. The
speaker thou muved tbat lha city solicitor bu written tu iud that notice
of nin.I'llniion he giveu to the rom
pany.
Aid. Kroner seconded this-
Tho mayor advised that the matter
he merely referred to tho solicitor for
the time being and that the motion for
1 iinc-lliiiiiiii he hold hack for one week
iii ordor to look into exactly what ii
ilnne ml uliligutions iuch anion will involve.
After considerable discussion Aid.
Dick ugreed tu tbia course on condition
tint tlie mailer was finally dealt witb
one week hence ami not left lo tbe incoming council. "We do not want tu
puss alung to the not council Ihe
graft which we have lieen up ngainil
this year," the alderman ciplaiued.
b)
Tenders for
City Hall Site
SPECIAL MBBTINO NEXT MONDAY
AFTEBNOON
The question arose lusl evening during Ihu iiiiciini' of the council if the
lenders received aim ,'.'.'! I* t|';j d'oit
North Vancouver's future cily hall
life.
Aid. Foroman was anxiuns, as Hie
night was yd youug, lo huve lhe ten
don considered ami sonic limit action
taken at Iho close uf the transaiiiou
of the general iiuaincss of Ihu meeling.
. Aid. Hick, however, pointed out I'uul
Aid. Irwin had full obliged tu leave
Ibi meeting early, and he'particularly
Wished lhat alderman lu he preient
when Iho matter was taken up ai he
believed Aid. irwiu held news on Hie
siilij.u 1 oppused io hit own. In any
• use'. Aid. Dick tin.niliii the matter
ihould he seilled hy a full meeting of
the council.
After sonic discussion in urder In
mie' aa far as possible the convenience
of the councillors at iuch a season ai
Ihi preaenl uue, and iu order lo incur
ai lillle ",-i. nin.- as possible 011 Iheir
parti, a meeling wns arranged lu lake
place for Ihe above purpoie 011 Monday
ne .1 ui i o'clock
West Vancouver Council
FAVOE8 MONIOIF ALLY OWNED
IJOHTINO SYSTEM
COUNCILLOR   MBBBIOK  SUBMITS
HOUSES IH EEI.ATION TO
FBBBY SBBVIOB
At a meeting of the Weit Vancouver
jilitrlct council, held yeiterday, a leller
kai received from lbc Britiih Columbia
»;iiviii. ilailway (Jo., I.td,„ilatiug thai
h company would favorably couiider
' fba eattniion of Iheir electric lighting
".nieiu lu West Vancouver.
Upon Hie reading of this couimuiiL
cation Cuuu. Merrick luhmilled a mo
tion .■>pressing lhe council'! dciira
for a municipal lighting svsieni Tbii
reioliilion wai carried ou Ihe seconding
of I'uun. Mathers, who pointed oul
lhal it wai Ibe policy of Ihe prcaant
council in have all ils public utilities
municipally owned.
figures were submitted tu Ibo eoun
cil showing 'ba' the Weit Vancouver
ferriei have carried M/HW passengers
■inro Ibey were taken over and oper
aled by Hie municipality, lata lo Ibo
monlli of .Inne. Oouucjlloi Merrick,
seerelary of lbe ferry company, offered
Iba following slaliiliri: July and tbu
laat few dayi of ium, W),78| farci
■collected; Auguil, 81,487) Soptemher,
lifitt; October, 18,838; November, 19,
■ lit. . I'aucngeri tot tbli monlli will
about equal Ihoie of November.
The 4icliu in Ibe number of pauen
gira carried aa tbi winter lati in ii
giv.ru by ''uiiiiciiior Merrick and many
properly ownen ai spa 1,1 the prin
cijujl reaioni wby tramway connection
p|«t ba inaugurated bal wean Weat
Pancouver and thirty el North Van
couvir. lu the opinion of lhe memberi
uf the council Ihe difference in Nov
ciulier'i aggregate and that of Auguil
is made up largely of porsous who
wuulil rather, partly because of tbe
smull vessels and the rough passage
Ihruugli the Firsl Narrows, travel to
the municipality by laud, ai elated hy
."'lenil speakers at a recent meeting
of the Hoard of Trade. A car iirvici
lu West Vancouver wguld he |>a||un
i/.cil fur thii reaion ai largely in win
ler ns iu summer.
The cuuucil decldid lo proceed im
mediately with the constructlun of Ihe
t'apilano bridge. '1 i.c Nortb Vancouver
diilricl council wu aikcd to forward
Hie proceedi of lhc tttlfltW hy law as
soon as possible.
The lieullli. alreet and highways bylaws were given liual reading!.
North Vancouver
High School
Ohrlitmai Bxiuiluatloiu
The fullowlng ii lhe ilanding of Ihe
pupili attending tbe Norlb Vancouver
high achool ai detcrnilnid by tba ax-
auiinatioiia juit held I'upili obtaining
less Ihil tn.) of thl I uli I marki are
coniidered aa having failed.'
Matriculation Olaai
Douglas  llae    (i.l
John   Woodi   .'. 76.1
.lames, ilcnnelt  unlinked  owing  lo
iiln ens
Junior Orate—
Kdward   Kiltie    M.i
Lilian  Bull    711.1
Wallace Bhon    71.1
t'eebn  Campbell    79
Oeorge lint   78
(,'ouuic   Winner *a)
Alma Bhore  ft
Beginald   iluruiiloo    N
Harold Brean {8
PnlUuUiiry Oradi
Jacob U'ifiou  M.I
ibiii'i icv ,■ McBae H
__ Kallileeu Neal  71
~Oladyi Null  tt
John Wilaon  M
Bad|e Hardy    #f
Laurie Oibbon  17
Marjorle Bobinann  tt
Kdllh Milli  ,....«i
Margery Torrance   li
Oordon Scott  18
Bobert I'urdle  m
Jumes Boat  ,.||
I.uu W.jiiair     (I
Ben Foreman  , 10
lmii Bbeda  »7
Victor McBae  »7
lludolf Unon   M
Freeman Thomai M
lliiberl Stephens   (4
Dorothy Dreicbcf  tt
Allien llmu 41
Irene llaiiim  4|
(Klgbl eiamiualiom.)
fett Vwpbell'  «
(Woven eiaaalaaiieaa.)
To Mr, aad Mn. David Toddoa,
North Uoideli, Dm. Ilti, t aaa.
REEVE MAY WILL SEEK
RE-ELECTION IN DISTRICT
BXFBBSSBS WHtUNONBBB ON BB-
iMVf OF  mVHAlt 8TEONO
PETITIONS
Heme W. ti. May upuu receipt nf
Hi'veiul   ll'llglhily signed   pelilinui.,    hai
—I—
This being su, Mr, May will aafar
upun his nineteenth term of pica-fa
rocprd i|iiite inirivullcd pp (he North
Hhore. During thl lusl few iluys bl
hai| blip ill receipt nf no fewer than
ilx distinct Iictitiniis, containing ip all
over (wn hundred representative namei.
agreed lo seek re-election lo the officii Interviewed this lnurniung, the reeve
of reeve of Ihe district uf Nurlh Van ;iaid thai he very much appreciated lhc
couvr. Bo far Mr. May bis the field couuMciirc evidently reposed iu him by
to himself, md il ii gauinlly believed j Ihe diilricl elecloratc, and itated that
that be will he relumed hy acclama ! ai Ihey wiihed, he wis willing lo seek
Hon. office again. „
City Council in
Session Last Ni
ADOPTION OF BBPnilTS OF COM
M'TTP«e
The regular melting of thc city couu
cil lasl evening luted ouly au Imui and
a hill Tbii wai due lu Ihc rather
unueuilly small heap of eorrcsponelciu c
whlcb awaited attention, Ihc regular
peliliuncn fur lidcwalki ami other cun
veniencea baviug, appareuliy, decided
lo now wilbbold auy further iukiliug
ing in Ihil due, hoo until the new couu
cil li in powor.
Mr- J. H. Walker, however, applied
for a tidewalk lo bii home on. Itth
ilreel while Mr. T. Howard renewed
a one year old application fur a light at
tbi corner of Bulbcrland avcuue ami
imb ilrccl. Both matters were refer
reil to Ibeir appropriate coiumilloo.
The following reporli of committee!
of Ihe council win I bin adapted;
Finance Committee
lie, oniuicieled lhal Ihe ' cily clerk
make lhe neceuary affidavit ae lo Ion
of ilinl lo city ball lite, Hammeriley
to Diitrict of N. V. after making a fow
uiremary  iniuoi  alteration!
Btcoinmiuded Ibal Ihc aiseifineul
roll ba returned hy the aaaeaior lo the
cily clerk on Monday, January Mb. at
t o'clock p.m. and Ibal thc courl of
reviiion of Ibi aiiiwineul lull lie held
on Tuiediy, 86tb, February, Iiil.i. at
10 a.m. Tba lai notlrci lo he prinlcd
accordingly.
Board tl Works:
Be leller from llowei, i'roclor k Co.
asking prrniiiiion lo eland one of the
traction inginn on Ibe boulevard on
Ibi loulb lidi ef Ibe foplaaade near Ibe
cornir of Bl. Oeorge'a avenue. Bocoin
meuded tbat llowei, I'roclor be replied
tbat in termi of tbe l,y lm, m? council
caaaol glvi Ibii permiaaion
Bi letter fron Tbampiou k Bluarl
uking for lettlmiat of lbe balance due
Iban In nipecl of ibi coglracte for
grading IiIb.aad lilh ilrteli Barom
meuded thai engineer report ai le wbal
Would be Ibi coal of removing Ibi
bouidin lift by Tbompiun * Stuart on
tboie itrieta «km Ibr weather ia more
luilahle for doing io.
Bi petition from W. J. I'atlon and
otberi uking lot thl repairing of lilh
atreet between Mahon and Jonei avc
Beferred te Incoming council   .
Bi letter from tie cily engineer re
renftiindlag Iba payment of lhe ium
ef llt,m.U balm Ike cael of Ibe
illlng la aad bulk hied, in D. L. Ut
ai tin twl tt Pall aad Bewicke ave
inn. Beroaaiadrd Ibat Ibii payment
be ante.
Bl Inter fron Buurl, Hui.rl k Um
Wt tagtidlng flalmi by lahorrn
agilnii Tolwov and.Varr Tbi mailer
waa left la tba band* of Ibe chairman
aad tbi cagiaur t» iee Ibe city eell
eller aad leynt.
Be letter from timhrt Dty aak ing
fer Ib ripklriag of 1Mb atnel aaar kii
Iiinii .■ al illl 1Mb streel wcsl. Left iu
lhe hand of the city engiueer lu repurt.
He leller from Thos. Irwiu asking
for the cunlinualiun of a sidewalk un
Ilml sired frmu lul 15-155 easterly lo
til. (leorge's avenue, ilccummctuled Ihol
Ihis wurk be carried onl.
Pirk Committee—
Kl offal from Sydney Jcffcrd lu put
chase lhe cord wood in Mahon 1'ark
amounting lo 15 cordi more or leu
fur the -um uf il per cord
llci'unimenileil :i,ui tin uffer he uoi
accepted
llccommeiiiled Ibal lha cord wood in
ip u im" he pm. lm "ed hy Hie fire and
light committal for use in Ihe Are
halls ami lhat the fire ami light com
millee lie debited ind Ihc pirks com
ui i 11 ce he credited wilb lhe value of
lhe same calculated at Ihe rate of (8.611
per curd.
Fin and Light Committee—
Hecommcuded (bit arc Iigbls he iu
-i-.ti. i  lu lhe following loealioni:
lnlli slrect between Delhrooke ami
Bewicke, Ihe eiacl position lo he in
•I i.u I <-.| by lhe lire aud light commit
tee; lllh ami Hidgeway, 81th aud ler
iuu  Hoad
He i..uiuimi.'luiiun frum the fire
chief Hm Driver Bennett he imured
igiiuil accident Kecommendeil laat
Ihis be done.
lie letter from J. N. Boull regarding
an lamp at the corner of 8,'ird and
Urand Boulevard. Hecuniincudcd lhal
Mr. lloull he replied lu Ibal uwlng lo
shortage of enl in iwllchai lbc 11. C
V have bcu unable lo initell all lamp*
ordered of which tbii waf ouc,ibul
Ibal it ii eipected Ibal the lamp will
■iioilly hi inslaHt'd
K. P, Concert ud
Christmas Tree
Tbi Iv P. hall lut nigbl wu fee
•cciie of i moil enjoyable concert aud
rbriilmai lite given for Iba fimibci
of Ihc memberi of the Kuigbl. of I';-
thiai Order and Iheir friends Tbe hail
wai very prettily dicorated wilb
siring, af evergreen., belly, I'hriilmai
belli and colored lighli. Tbi program
i-oiKiileil of rboruiu, wlm, recitalloni
•nd si.-p danclag conlribulid priuci
pally by the rbildraa. Mr. Harberl Beid
performed Ihi duliw uf rbairmao. Tht
fim i-borui and daan by a number of
llllll girls pn-iiily coitumcd in white
wu beaullfuliy readirad aad reeeived
great applaun. Tkeir pretty perform
•me wu Ibo re.ull of tki training of
Miae Aaaii Heard.
Miu Dolly Heard appeartij ia V
dainty Bpenieb deuri, while two very
small youngiii'H, Mii. Hilin Btom aad
Miliar Jinny Beld, gave raclUtlou.
Mr. T. FawceU Bonn saag wltb aicel
leal effect "Tbe Sler of Belhlefcen"
and aa incon. Miu Hiralton, wbd ii
a iliitor lo Ike cjly, played taa ac
companinanli aod wu accorded due
tkanli iti/uugh ike cbairmao. Mr.
Murphy played Ike roll at Santa l'lew
most eUclrntly in tka distribution nf
pri mi.
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CONSTRUCTION IN FULL SWING
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OBBATE8T   40fl
UU.OOBT AHD V,
IfllAPOWS
TOTB  BOAD  OMPBB WAT FBOM
BBAOKBNDAX.B TO PBMBBBTON
HOSPITAI,   BBBVIOB   »?||OIAU,T
OOMMBNDBD
COMPANY'S OFFIOIALB ABB Nl
MAKING UNO PUBOHABE8
-   AT NBWPOBT AB BBPOBTBD
Mr.    A.     Kellell,    Sllpcriulelieli'lll     uf
wurki uu Ihu lino nf cnnitructiun uf
lhe i'ueilie Ureal Kuslern railway, ru
turned yoatenlny from a trip uf inapec
liun. Mr. Kelleii Muicd io an Kxpress
representative that wurk is now run,
ning full blast westward frum l.illnucl
along Beaton and Anderson lake and
ns far wont as Birkenhead aiiuimil.
■-I i'lu aro being hauled in Iruin
Lytluii liy furly fuur hurse learns which
average a ruund trip in aliuut five days.
The cumpuny has cuiislruclud twu road
huusus alung the forty nine mile haul,
uno known as twenty-mile ami lhc
uther as furly mile house ul which uc
cummuilaliuii is provided, not only for
teamsters and iheir horses, hul ulsu
for men guing  in Iuukiug for work.
Tho i.,immi, ium headquarters ure
■ in Iiii: lie.l at lhe fool of Beaton lake,
about three miles west frnm Liilooel
and between Dial puinl uml Hirkcn
Iiiiii miu.mil there aro eight campa in
all. Wurk is nuw opened up along the
entire length uf Beaton lake (fifteen
imii"', ami a total force of aboul IUU
meu is employed. Between Sculun and
Aiulcrsun lakes Ihere is a poriaM uf
i l.i.. miles and upun lhe hitler )ake
considerable clearing has been dnuc
The entire length uf lhc lake il on.lei
.-•iniiii."■ and stiiii.in men are al work
at levcrel poiuti on Ihc necessary work
in preparation fur cilemive uperalinns.
Ou Beaton lake the cumpany hun a gusn
line tug und senvv which mukes a round
trip daily from headquarters down the
lake and hack. On Anderson lake11
mu.ilm lug ami scow i - under cunslnotion ami wili be in cnmmiiiiun wilhin
Ihree weeka. •
Tbe contract for conalriichini I ruin
ilul..'iilieii.I i iiiiiiii11. four miles wesl
from Amleriun luike tu I'eiiiberloii Meu
dowi, has heen awarded to Mr. 1'. 1.
Bamliu ami one camp has already been
e-lllbll' ll.'.l  al   the    Ulllllllll
A total force of four hundred men
ii al work belween hoadijuirton auil
Birkenhead !Uminil.
Ou Hie weitern eud, a force of from
8511 lo -iuii men m al work grading lbc
fint five miles from llic end of lhe
track near Brackendalc, lo the fuul uf
Hear uiuuiilain ll ii cipecled thai
track  will he Ubl on this five milci
OUU hundred men aro nl wenl. DII lhe
construction of a wagon mud frnm
Hruclii'iidnle to i'l'inbeilnn Meuduws.
The most illfflcult portion of this mini
liuilding is that eectiou at tho top Itt
Bear Mliuiiliiin, hut it il enpeclcl that
this will lie completed in Janiiary ppi]
H is Iho int«iit|01| tn push tho pofl'
ilructlon- ai long as wenl Iut condition!
the depth nf snow will permit.
li from Ihu wesleni end wuuld hnvn
fiiSh much further advanced hud it ppt
been °fur the necessity of liuilding this
wagon road. 11 waa the iiilentiini to
make every poisilde effort tn hasten the
completion nf Hie vviignu iu.ii.i iu ordpr
Hint e mi ii, ii i oi . nmv be ul work nil
rail wiy conslrucliiin Ihruugli fo t'etu
burton Memlntva nt lhe eurliesl posaililo
date.
Mr. Kellell referreil in lorms of tho
slroiigcsl coiiiiui'iiiliiliuii to Hie elect
leu, i of the liospilnl aervii'i: w|iich is
being provided hy Dr. N'owcombo nf
Ihc lirm of Newcombe oud &f art ill of
this cily. Mr. Kellell declared that
Ihc accommodation was eicellent npil
lhe service of the beal. He declared
lhal in point of fuel be considered lbe,
hospital system on Iho lines of the
Pacific (Ireul Kiislcru life heat tint had
ever been provided on any construction work which Foloy, Welch apd
Nii-wiii hud iinelerliiiien. Dr. New
iiiiiilic had been previously iisaucialid
wilh Iho cnmpany iu n similar enpacity
at Mi el wuy and lhe cul ire staff wai
grcally plpaicd lhat this impurlaut department of Iho wort, waa in iuch capable huml. There wus no fcaluro of
thu provision., for conilruction which
played a mure important part iu the
contentment uf tho entire force than
did lhe medical iitleiidiince and the hospital service nmi it wua muat gratifying In null.1 that theae wore in Ibii in-
alnncc of Ihu highest order.
Mr li. White, business manager pf
llic head ullicea uf iho firm uf P. Wulch
•ml (in., has gulhcrcd an cAlciunt Mull'
and hus hi. liepiirluii'iil thoroughly pr-
gmiivcil ami in circllciil working order.
In conversation wilh nu P'tplftyi^rf'
preseiiiiiiive Mr. While observed that
he hud recently noticed a newspaper
paragraph which credited a reildent of
Newport with declaring lhat uhiciali
uf t|ic Pacific Oreat Kuslern were pur-
chuaing extensive land huldinga iu Hip '
vicinity of Newport. Mr. While declared Unit thii reporl waa altogether
erroiicoua. Tu. his knowledge, uo uill
eials of Hie company were purchasing
individual bidding, of properly at or
near Newport. Ths impression that
such was being dune was ilnublleii duo
lu u cuhfuiioii of lhe piirchaaes of the
Pacilic Ureal Blitern Iluilwuy Company
or of lhe Pacific Ureal Kaalern lie
vclopinenl Company wilh individual
operation..     The effort,   therefore, lo
tbii winter and when Ibal ii done thllbooil Newport on the strength of al
headiiuarletawlllhcMlahlishedatBcarjIcged purchases on thc pari uf indi-
BI0U°ui"'        , i vldiial iiui.ihlH was mi.lakcu and mis
Three wagon road campi, containing I leading.
Bylawi to be Voted
on at Coming Election
TO   BB   CONBIDBBED   AT   NBXT
MBBTINO  OF  OOUNOIL
At Ike nail meeting of the council
allinlion will bo given lo tho by la>»
ekick il li proposed to lubmlt to Ihc
•liclon al lhc coming election Thcie
are for tbe following purpoiei:
Vaueouver sub wiy, iis.iiiiii.
Purcbue of plaut for street improve
menls. 115.1011
Miking, repairing and improving
roads and ilreeli ind the construction
Of mw lidewilki, W5/IWI.
A re oinineiielaiion wu received from
Ibe Board of Worki to this effect lail
evening bul for technical rcuoni, tbii
recommendation wu nol adopted along
wilb otber rccoiuniemlalioni of Ibe
i ooiiiiitiee The mailer will he decided
al lbc in'il meeting of the council, tnd
in.tin. Mon. given lo tbe cily clerk n-
cordlngly.        /
—f— A	
Police Court Caiei
Oeo Parker, a-Hawaiian, wu lut
Tburiday charged wilh having uaaullcd
t lady on Bunday nigbt at 3rd ilrccl
weak and Mahon avenue. Tho evidence
sf Mc lady waa vary itrong ind poii
tive u .fgardi identllcallon. The wit
naaaaa (ht tki proiccullou put forward
lurk rnalirting evidence Ike nature of
wkick wu contrary to Ibal given by
tkem on tke prayloui Apy, ihi.i tke
whole thing appeared to ba a frame up.
la inmming np Maglitrate Bngglci
■laird Ibat bi roniidcrrd lhe
slruiig enuugh (u pul Iho accused ou
hia defence. The cu.eleneo pt lhc accused wu. already conflicting and on
the eviilencn of lhc assaulted lady,
which was uni|uesliuiialm.' in everyway.
Hie parly accused wus Sound guilty
ami iciilcncod to oue year in lhe pro
vincial gaol. He was taken to New
Wcslmini/er un Friday.
Mr. J. H. Pilling May
Contest Ward Five
The name of Mr. J. II. Pilling ii meu
tinned ai a probable candidate for nl
derniau fur Ward Five. It j» uuder
ilnud thai Mr. i'illing lias been ap
preached in ibii regard, but ha* nol
yel definitely announced bii tilling
new lo itand.
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Open Forum Meeting*
Tbi eibjcel diacuiied at tbo open
forum iu K I'. Hall lul Bunday after
noun wu Ihe oyer preienl one of M-
lidenti rercivjug preference on all
local work. Aa moil of Ihoie prcionl
were rcidenla a resolution wai carried
to urge tbe city' father, to lake action
iu thii mailer.
The members being uiionimou. in fa
vour of tba moolinC" being continued,
and held at I'M p.m. jnitcad of in ijie
afternoon u formerly,')! wu su Ordif-
ed.   '
Tba subjeel Ip, discussion noxt Sundiy evening 's "Belief n. Knowledge," The meeting! are man m.rtl-
iogi of cititeni coni^cled hi tbam
selvo.. AdmfiiioD i* ttee |o all.
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Eitabllihed 1817
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Capital (paid up)   .   $16,000,000
Reierve    ....   $10,000,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Savings Bank Department
INTEREST PAID AT CURRENT BATES
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North Vancouvar Branch i F, A, MACRAE,
Mt. Crown Bldg., lat Street Manager
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HOCKEY
Tba Faitait Oami ln the World
VANCOUVERat VICTORIA
nuiiu.  mi UHHEH iflk      "
Pricei: Entire Qollery, 50 ceuts. Beiervid Seats: $1.00.
Ica Skating 3 Houmous Daily.
N.V. Dock & Storage Co.
LIMITED
FOR LUMP rtf\ 1 I
OR NUT    LUAL
20 Lonsdale Avenue   Phone 568
Ilf jmu-mi I'flfiiliou avenue, tuniuhl.   'I
1 ^Bfea/e Some Good Buys,
in D. L 273. 274, 550.
See us if you have a house to rent, or if you want to get
a house.
We have some lovely homes for sale,
Liitingi wanted.
NORTH VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE CO.
110 Esplanade. Phone 227
R. C. BISS
I A. WOODS
Building Supplies
——m^^^^mmmna^mmaa—. —a—ammaaanmm—Warn—a—
Sole Agents for North Vancouver!
Samson Fibre Diabolo Cement
North Shore Coal & Supply Co.
L S. EATON, Manager.
Kickham's Wharf     Esplanade Weit     Phone 488
ySofm imvBB wapwowB
'I'o Hm Kililur of tlm Hiiiraii -;.
Birt-r-Ahont nine inpnt-h* nun I wrnte
to the eity cniineil suggesting it was
ilnairnhlii Hull i,i llm ppseipjo event of
a tiiittin lieemo being granM tlm
wlibei nf the eitjaani ahnuhl hi nicer-
liiiiio.l heflirchiiinl, «u I knew thai I
niiiiilinr of I'itumiK were allium thai
tho Norwegian system nf. Ami ami
liiuili'il profit! (with all aiir|ilu.i |iri)lili
ghova t |ier cent Mug ilojiateil to oh
ject! uf |iiihlie Utility) sliuiilil he given
a trial In thii ulty.  In onlur tn ohiuin
sume reroril of |inhlic ii)iiiiiiin on thll
luiiul, 7 at ll|0 inline  linm nll'crcl to
|iay fnr inch a (ileliiiplte,
I wai present at the council meeting
wheu my offer wai hrought up, anil thii
Ii what ii.'i|i|ii'iii-it. \t.i.-inuiii iit.-i at
onco nun e.l .that the matter aiiouhi he
referreil to lhe licensing ciiinniissiuii.
This waa s.u iiinlcil hy Ahlernian Pule
man ami carrioil uiianimoualy.
Whon' my nffar was thui brought lie
fnro the lleeuiiiig runimissinners, thiy
iiliiiiilliinii.l,      ii'u.imiiiciiili'il     thit     'I
shoulil he in-.-c|iic,i ami that the ple-
t't ■ it' siiggeslril shoulil he taken at
llie same lime ai the civic elections.
Though I have hail un notification
of ihe fact, I seu from the press thai
Ihe city al.lurmeu, iintwitiiitaniling the
iiiiaiiiinnus nu.uuin,-ininii,in of the licensing commissioners, tn a/hum limy
unanimously referreil the matter, bave
hy a vole of four lo two refuseil to
allow Iho plehiscitn i„ he taken, Iwo
of these negative votes lieing given hy
the very ahlornieii who nioveil that the
iim .ii.ni shoulil he referreil to lhe licensing coiiiiiiissiiiners; while a third
negative vole was given hy an abler
man whn gave me a positive assurance
that the rci-ninincn.luiiun of tho licons
iug I'ommiisiuuers wouhl Im arcepteii
hy Iho council. Ai I sul'iuit that Ihis
ia a mailer of public inlerest, I shall he
obliged if you will make these fads
public.
In regaril In the general issue I desire to mill a few words That a boltlc-
license must inevilahly he griiitod he
fore lung in this clly will hardly lm
disputed hy any unprejudiced person;
and il becomei a mailer of vital import
ance that such a license, when granted,
shall he granted iu such u way ai .-Imll
least endanger llic cause of temperance.
I would urge that holh on mural ami
aim on economic grounda Ihe Norwe
gian system of hied limited profits
ihould he given a trial.   From the eriyij
?aW!i Iif;  ''
„     BVmtAt % aMUKAiillTl'JN
iietronibnr aotb, |8|B.
'Ungbo, Ull Mahon Avenue,
North Vancouver, Ht"- Al, Ul|p,
The Rdiinr North Vancouver
Hipresi.
Iicur Hin-Thi rate|iaypra «f Npftll
Vuiicoiiver ought to be much obliged
liy Mr- H. Ilumphreya' oiplangtiun (hat
ii loss of $800 ii not a Ion. Up tp now
tlie ratepayers have uinleriiooil that
the ilpbentorea (tnaleil- wore •ttt per
.•unt.i we are now informoil that thuy
aru i% per cent,
If an owuer ipbl hii property to the
i'lty aay for 112,0(10, the ratepayers pan
tho bylaw for it, wuulil thi owner he
e'lintcnt to accept ♦ 11,811111 Wo vnted
a abort time ago for the Burrard In
let llriiige and Tunnel Onmpany ilSO,
HOO. Will they bo content In receive
♦ 110,011111 If not, the bylaw was mis
represented tn tho ratepayer! and thuy
ought to have been ashed to vote 1100,
000, sn that * 111,11110 could be ipent li
handing iba 1100,000 over to Iho bridge
iiinipaiiy. If thii had bean put befori
llie ratepayers plainly It li quite a
ipiesiiiin if all the bylawi would have
received the hearty aupporl thai they
have up to the preieut time.
Hn far our candidate! for mayor ali
pin Ihuir faith in the interest tbey lake
in the Second Narrows bridge, yet not
one up to nuw hai pointed out a aingle
advantage lhat North Vaueouver or
any other municipality ii going to re
e'iic from thii iiniieii-.i-:ii|i Thie is
one of the moit prominent interests, not
unly to North Vancouver ami the muni
cipaiitiea that have invested money In
it, but it ought to become a ijueition
of inii'iui-i lo the wholu of Canada ll
uiiiuil support itaelf for yean to come
and, will require perpetual help, hnth
from mtuim and Victoria. Other
schemes have been gently mooted, aud
il niinlii io be Ihe duty of every candidate to keep a very open mind on ao
important a project. There must yet
he iu Canada many good engineers thai
are capable of aolving the Narrowa
queitlon in a much less riiky way.
Youn truly,
HUBKHT KITCHIN.
uuuaimAa uir id
s
Alt nndered more acceptable from «ia faet th^t thay an meflll.
SBB pur large lines of HoiiBifunilshlugi and Cooking Utinilli iu Aluminum, Nlckil and arenltawere.
Prom now until Obrlatmaa wa will |lT(t VftMB Ul mty pawm bUffof
a itava, range or Mater for »«*, thit cfcelbe pf any coekfog uteuaili
in tha atqra, to tha value of 10 per cent, pf tha price of itovi purcbaaail,
provided tin bnytf hit In thilr goHiiilon a copy of thla ad.       - *•
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D. McNAIRNIE
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16th and Louadali   .        NOBTH VAHOOUVEB Phoue 3M
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Electric Household Appliance!
Christmas Gifts
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NOVEL, HANDSOME, INEXPENSIVE, USEFUL
All our appliancei operate hy connection with an ordinary
household socket.
115 Esplanade West, North Vancouver.   -Phone 66
""its nl ii vuni ihe reopening of com
..I.,- -u«,ni|iiii|il, there ran aurely he
no quesliun as lo the advantage of such
a aystem. Instead of all the profits go
ing into ilie l-iu l.ci of some private in
dividual, employment would be given
lo a trustworthy manager al a good
(filed) salary; while all the surplus
profits above ii per eenl. would he avail
aide for objects of public Utility; ami
after making inquiries from reliablu
.i.iin I understand that the sum so
available would be from IHI9U to MUDO
a year, Ai such a liecu e would have
a practical monopoly I ca i quite believe
these figures ure uut naggfrated.
The moral gain would, it appears lo
me, he cqualiy,.greal. Under this lyi
tem lliere is iio temptation to "push"
Ibe sale of alcohol, as the profits are
limited to a hare return ou tbe capital
invested; while the supermini* of a
committee of independent citiuni
(such a» have already offered lo serve
in this cipacily) would insure the strict
enforcement of the act. Uitly, the
fad that all tbe accounts would be
open lo public inspection would lie an
additional  safeguard.    I   hope, there
15011 Ht. lleorgea Aveuue,
North Vancuuver, Dec IH, Iillil.
i'.i lhe Kdilor of Ihe Eipreu.
Sir:—As year after year I have been
usked to jiJIow m name L| luLpul in
-iifl.. *.' - •" i/»"r»vnT THa^J^
fur nomination fnr municipal poiitions
and in your issue of lbe llllh note Uiat
a request ii being circulated for algna
lure askiug me lo represent Ward 'V
for 191.1, I take thii opportunity (in
order thai no time may be lout in
bringing out a representative for Ihc
ward) to emphatically ilale that under
nu ene iiiin.ten.es whatever would I as
sume any position on behalf of the
ratepayers of the Norlh Hhore afler the
unwarrantable treatment rceeiveil at
Iheir handi ten yean ago. it would
hardly agree with my idea of right and
wrong to represent any place that re
pudiates its own signed, scaled and
confirmed document!; moreover, more
so after learning that the Courl of
Appeal hail Inen given ill error ami
that Ihe ratepayer! hava never taken
any ileps whatever lo bava aame rer
.tided. ' Youn truly,
WILLIAM  I.. KKKNE.
We Wish You All
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Time Table for Christmas Day
JfOBfH  VANCOUVBB OITV  FEBBIES LIMITED
NOBTH SHOBB  PBB68  UMITED
Publlihin af Ua "Bipreai'
Job Priatan
Pint Street But Phone 80
Leave Vancouver
7:10 A.M.
8:80
•nin
'■f.i'i  t
10:20
U.'OO
11:10
13:80 P.M.
.1100
i;io
2:30
"»i00
SiiO
„ I.,
1:20 P.M.
6?00
I.W     ,
8:80
7:00
7:i0
8:20
8:00
0:10
10:4fl
11:00
IUM   ,
12:20 A.M.
1:00
Leave North Vancouvar
7:80 AM.
8:00
8:10
8:20
10:00
10:10
11:20
12.00
12:40 PM.
l:V)
2:00
2:iO
3:20
4:00 PM.
4;«
6:20
8:00
6:40
7:20
8:00
Slid
8:10
10:00
10:10 ,
11:20
12:00
12:46 AM
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TDK ATTENTION of nerioni deilrlng to VOla at Iho forthcoming Municipal ejection la liereliy callnl lo tbe fullowlnn Information:—
The rigtetcrcd Owner anil Ibe roglaterad Vendei under akicciiiiih for
Hale both bave the right tp have Iheir nuim-i appear on (be Voleri' Mn. bul
lhe realilerid Owner alone ihall huve Ilia right le vule at any election unim
he or ahe on nr befure Iba day of Klocllon by writing undir bll or her
band (tied In lhe olflci of lbe underlined, walyea or renounce! hll or ber
iiiiiii lo vuli, In which caae lhe Vendee ihall ba entitled lo vule provided
he nr Ibi hai the raqulille oOaliAratiolil of a Volir.
AnVilliiK lo a ipiclal resolution of North Vaneouvir ...
Hie iiuunfieailuna or a- Djrecter 0/ ll;al_ Company ar} now Ihi lame aa fflhie
DesBrisay Jobbing Co.
OOBNBB FOUBTH AND LONBDALB
HARDWARE        Phone 297        GROCERIES
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tills Vcrrlcl Limited
now lin lama aa thbn
\ii'un'liiierrnan ol the Clly ol Norlli VancoifVer.   (Tandldalei for lhat poll
Tlma table lubjact to changi without noUci. Oompwy not lUble fqr
daieye, a**»*«taj w ptliarwtaa.
'v.
—ei. ei ' ■ i   ■     i
(Inn muil be mala Brlllih mbjicli uf lbe full ago of Iwinty-one yiati, who
a" not eiiseiiiiiiiiii-il onder mil law and have been for lhe paal ill month!
neit iii.-ii-dlni; Ibe day of nomlnaliun lha riglilered ownen In iba Una
Henlilry tittce ol land or real yronerty In the Clly of Nurlli Vancouver of
I he aliened value In thl |aal Munieipal Ain-iiiiienl Holl of Five Hundrid
itieai Dollara or mora over and above any i'iiisi,-ie,l juilgmenl or charge
and who ara uthepwlae oUallfled Uf Municipal Voleri.
TJie voting tbli year ia by Wafdi, of which the following are (be boun
dariaa \
Ward 1- On Iba Kaal lnnil and Mahon Avenue!, fin Ihe Huulh, Norlb and
Wait City Bounda/lii. (J
Ward I—On Dps North Kellh Itoad, on the Weil Mahon Avenue, on the Knit
I-onidale, Avanua, on Ihi Soulb tba mulhern boundary of (ha City,
eint 3   oii (ha Norlb Kellh Koad, on lha Kaal St. Audrew'a Avenue, on
Iba aoulh, the aouthern boundary of thl City, on the Weil l-oiiiiluln
*vmu«.
Ward I.—OU tha Norlb Kellh BOad. on tbi louth Ihe loulbern boundary of
lhe Cily, on  thl Wilt St.  Andrew'! Avenue, oh (hi  Kail, City
Boundary.       ,
Wurd I-"-OP (ha South Ktllh Road, ou (he Weal St- Oiorge'e Avenue, on Ibe
,      Norlh and nn tba Kaal Clly boundaries
Wunl I.   On tha North C|ty boundary, on lha soulh Kellh Koad. on Ihe eait
Sl  Ueorge'i Avenue, on (he will Jynn Avenui.
A Candidal! for the repreaentailon of a Ward need nol be a Volar In
thai Ward ao long aa ba poneiiei Iba other ijua|lflcallooi for an Alderman
No Kl-clor ihall ba »«||Had to vol! In mora Iban ena Ward. A rclldenl
elecl«i*aball vole In .the Ward In which ba pr ihp reildn. A non-reildcnl
•lector ihall vole In tba Ward lo which ha or Iba own! Iba largeet amounl
of properly,   Tha voting place for a|l Warda fa tha Clly Hall
The Court of J»yJa|oR,.jf.lbi yojerf [Alt xW *U ,P Ua City Hill
Mali
HAY, FLOUR AND FEED
POULTBV SUPPLIBS A SPBOlAl^V
Timolliy Hay   (new)
Olovar Hay, (new)
Alfalfa Hay
Ormhid Oati,
Oata,
Unaaad Kaal
PBIOB8 BIOHT
B. li K. Oblckaa Chop,
B. | K Scratch Food
BAE Orackid Corn
Lee'e Egg Maker
Laa'a Inuct Powder
Swift i Beef Bcripi
DELIVEBIES PBOMPT
THE
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.,Ltd.
OFFICE: 116 ESPLANADE, EAST        PHONE 4
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ir on wa ftlh day of Paeamber,
0.
W- AUSTIN
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S«cond Street Eaat, North Vancouver, B. C.
PoMewei the finest foof garden on the Pacific C<»i».
Band concert every Friday evening from 8 „ |fl.
Hot and cold water in tvery room.
Rsteat—
European Plan only $1.00 a day up.
Weekly Rates $3.00 up. *
Meal Tickets $5,00.
L REDA,>wpr^r
i Jewellery as Gift*
in thi m9t) Store yon eomh tm* tt torn wW> tlh nhl* Jaweliary
World, ita fashion! and Ita fanclea, its daiilttea and Ita liwurlai. There
li a completeness about this department of uur store which will bf readily
notlcoil hy evjvy cmtoiuor who ontew our doori.
HEBfl. MAV BB PQUWD .WITABLg WUB FOB BOfB MBIT
ANP wnjffipr-
NECKLAOBS-Flnoly Jewelled and handaoniily dieigned.
BBOOOHEB-In every quality and fiihlou, aet witli the flneit lima
or with semiprecious stones
BBAOBLBTB-Iu til the latest faihloni, either jewolled or plain.
FINR—Banging frnm tin elaborately jewelled hat pin to the simple,
dainty blouae and lace pin.
(lAMUOB-lii hroochoB and rings  Beautifully tinted Oorali and Slnlli
I frnm tbe shadow of Mount Vesuvius.
SIGNET KINGS   In every known style, plain pf engraved tn mit tpe
wetfef. m
DUFF LINBS-In inch su aeiortmeut pf itylu tbat all mi purchm
that which will pieiae.
i.OAUl' PINS  A Buurf plu la a'gift wbicb a mail alwayi appreciate!.
We have a itock of scarf plni showing every degree nf quality.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
JEWELERS,   HILVEBSMITHS, WATOHMAKBBB.
George E. Trorey, Managing Director
Hastings and Granville Streets   -       Vancouver, B. C.
NOTICE
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Those wishing to select Pot Planta aud Out Flowers fnr Ohrlitnui
gifts liml better come early and get their choice. We bave a nice
selection of planta ln flower, alio Ferns of ell deicriptlou, Palms, etc. .
We liave also growing at our nurseries tbe flueit itock of Bosos,
Shrubs etc. iu B. 0. Plant right now. Oall nr write fnr our catalogue. Out Flowers, Floral Designs, Wedding Bouquets, etc. nu short
notice.
SIMPSON & WIGHT
THB LOOAL FLOBIBTB
Two blocki east of Lonidale Oar.       Cor. 17th aud Bt. Andnw'i Ave.
Twp blocks weet of Boulevard Oar. Pbom 335.
Election Platform
SBWBBAOB  (JHMWW  IP  OITBO
AS OHIBfcPIiANK     ,
Wr, Alc'iiiiiiler Smith, wbo hul iviwli
enimeiitcil   tp  Ciller   llic   Iiulil   I'ur  the
pawling iwmul tl*i\\o\)i ho* Intpin-
iiiie.i  n  coiniirehcmivu "jiiaifpnui"
uilie-ll   will   in'   I'linil'l   lieliii'-,  e'lllliiiilieil
in ii lei I ei iiililii'u.neil to tho city's dine-
terete t—
To the Eleclors of tho Olty pf
North Vancouver
I'liilie:, apd lleiilleiiien:
After iiuii-h pressure ami ro|ion|uil
i.uiieii.-.imu 'of a vury largo nuui|ier of
frlondi, eiiiii|iiii-iiiii ratepayers ami cili-
sens, I Inn e consented tu accept uniiiiii
uiiun, and Imp to offer myielf ni camli
'Iuii' for Ihe ollice ofmayor, I reipect
I'ullv and earnuatly ask your lupjiurt at
the forthcoming election in January,
una.
My i|iiiililiciiliiiiii, lur this In, h ulliee
are known lo yuu all, ami I am led
to believe that my Inrig rciiilciiiu and
e i |, i i.-n..- nf the city '-. necils, my liusi
noss connection wilh lhe city ami my
record during the previoiui four ami
one lmii yean that I coi|(cieiiti(iinly
■orved you, fully qualify nn.' ninl wur
rant my candidature
Sewerage. I'lu- question of a ooin
|irehensive ami cflicieul syslem of tew
orago for all time is lo my miiul uf llie
most vital importance. I really he
liun it is essentially necessary lhat
we engage the services of au expert
inginecr in this apecial department ui'
engineering, to enamiue thc preient
system milium further delay uiiil to
•el our uiiiul-. al real Ihut such u eys
lam ii or is mil Hie best fur Ihis cily
A comparalively small outlay uuw
wuulil save inuny,times the expense in
the future. I am convinced we ihould
profit hy the mistakes made by tbe
cily of Vancouvur, which uuu, after
twenty years' esperieucu ami actiug uu
tile advice uf li nine! uin. . iif_-ui.ii-.   Iiu,I
il imperatively necessary to rearrange
its syslem. Oonsiilcring the future
health of thc citizen*, is well as the
small cost iiiiiiiu niiii uuw, i am confident (he expenditure wuulil lie a wise
one.
Street*. I am of Hie opinion Ileal
wherever poiiiblc itrecta shoulil lie
made uf u permunenl nature, lu lhe
main itreeta uf the cily I would inlm
elite the laying of cement aiilowalki.
ami utilizing the plunk siduwalks al
present in use for lhe exleusiun nf sule
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FOR SALE
Waterfront Properties, Diitrict Lot 274
In Blocki 171 & 172.
Business Blocks on Lonsdale Avenue
LoU 10111,Blk. W,D.L274.
South Half of LoU 1-4 inc. Blk. 166, D.L. 274
Modern Residences, Extensive Grounds
On Ottawa Gardeni, Corner Mahon Avenue.
On Grind Boulevard, Corner Keith Road.
For Pricet, Termi and Further Particular!, apply to
The, North   Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company
Limited Liability
North Vancouver Agenti for
LONDON AND BRITISH NORTH AMERICA CO
*,   Limiud
543 PENDER STREET. VANCOUVER, B. C
Phone Seymour 6266
New Map of North Vancouver City and Vicinity now on Sale
Vuhltc UH!it|ea.-i »m a Arm Mi. var
iu municipal ownership, especially as
rcgarile ull uiiilertakiugs nf publio utility, uiul it hai pleaieil ine te see that
tlie present council, has already turneil
their attention to the termi nf th'
present limiting agreement, which expires shortly.
Second Narrnt? Brt4«a.-{ liave consistently w°rkci| to help fnrwanl in
every possible manner tbe spoeily ptib-
structiiiu of the Mecnnil Nurruws bridge
anil slinli continue In Uia my best effurts
In this enii.
Olvlc Oentrei.-The early establishment nf ii permanent civic centra lit
Iho cily is In my mliul' pf the h'gbeit
inipurtaucu; hut as the present council
lum this matter now upilor cousiilore-
liun, I . minuter any further remarks
eel.I'I    llU   ill tilllOll.
Tramway Servicea.- 'flic representa:
tiuu recently mailo by the Piitrict of
Wust Vancuuver seeking Ihe co-opera-
liun uf tlie lioanl of Trade anil cltlieni
of tbu Nurth Uhnro generally to aid
Ihem in gelling the li. (I. Kleclric Ilailway (,'utnpauy te cilenil their car service intu West Vancouver is nf great
mil iiii.iiui uml will receive my support, for in my u|Jlfiuii much benefit
ami business tn life merchants uf this
cily wuulil result.
Public Parks and Open Places. I
mny state lhal it was al my suggestiun
Ihul Milium Turk wus purcbaseil by the
eily in lllll, In llie past I have strung
ly ti11iie111 such policy, and iiiii all I
possibly coulil to iniliiie the cily to
purchiise iin- I.mn iliile- (lanlcns in conjunction with the ferry syilem, hul uu
fortunately without success.
Haynr'a Salary. -As I interpret the
statutes nu pruvisiun is maiie fur u
mayur's salary, except in cities having
ii pupulutiun uf 211,111111. I am far from
ilciiroui ul' placing the rcipuusibility
un the council of vutiup, inu any cumin
incut by resolution, ami if elected I
can promise tu serve the electors tu the
best of my ability without such un
pruvlilud remuneration.
Yours fuithfully,
AI.KXANI1BH SMITH
NOTIOE
I'ulil further notice all husiuess Irani
iictiuns uf II. M. Hums will be ileal!
wilh ley I. II. Aakew, 123 l.onsilale
Avenue, North Vuucuuver. I'. 0. Uoi
lllllll. 24-18
it        «*»      ?
t't.MKI.I.VNOK   "I     III -I IUI.
NUTIi.U la liereliy given Ibul tbe
reserve . .1 Hue liy reason ut lbe notice
liiil.lislic.l ill the lliilllli liulumhla (lu
telle ur December iitlb, 1907. li can-
.ell.d Iii in i.u un lbe uuin. relalea
In die rulluwiiiu ilcicrlbeil Iniiili. au ai
tu permit uf lhe em,, or tbe llmbor
.-ii.iii.tii.,.   ii.ii.i-ii.
"Thut porllon of l.ul No. ill, Oroup
I, New H'eilinlnilei Diitrict. nut cuv-
e i. .1 I... l.ul No IttO or Ibe Suulli Hull
or i...i Nu itu ui..uj. i. New weatmlnaler lllilrlel
1 u,ii,nu ii, u,^ ut (be nunn-weil corner ul 1.1,1  No   Iiii.  NcW  Wealnillislci
lllilrlel. Ihence norlh II ebulni unu
ii Imiii. Ihence weal II cliulni anil
tl llulil more ur leu. lo Die eait
Imuinliiij „1 l,ol Nu 111; Ihence mulh
il chiilm uml ieO llnki in llic luulti-euil
curlier of nulil lul; thence well t
cbuins ami tt lluhi lu the (niciliiiiul
mniii -cul curner uf l.ut Nu Its, thence
Seelllll    UIUUU    Ihe    lilllcll,     IlliUllllHI,     of
lhe uid lul II cbalna anil 50 links lo u
lunl Marking an anali ul Ihr lalil lul;
lln mc mil nluiig lln- iiiuiii-liiii of lbe
inlil lul 17 chains, more or less to a
fi,ii iiiiinii in.illi i us! n;igle of iuh] lul;
Ihence norlb along thc weit boundary
uf l.ul Ne^tlll u Alliance ol IC ehalni
ami 10 linaV mure ur loll, tu lbc iiolnl
of  I, it,, ni    containing by au-
nii usiircliii nl   10  ecus 'limn   ur  ltil
I'liiiiineiiclng at iin moil ii-iiiuiii
uui in ..mi corner of l.o! Nu ifi. New
v.. ,ii .11.1.1,1 lllilrlel. (hence caal 10
chalna; Ibence loulh (0 ehalni Ihence
call 10 chalna, thence aoulh lu chaim
In au niigli- of iuii! I.ui No. 7it. Ihence
wist, il, ami imiilu il; ulong Ihe
liuuiiilarlri uf inlel lul lo the polnl of
■ "iiuiu iii i me ni containing by uilinrui-
uii-iiiiiii 210 acrea. more or leu
I'i,umi,-lielng nt Ihe nuilli eusl curlier of l,ol No 670 New Weitiiilnilc;
Dlilrlcl; liieine luulh ulung the can
li.iiin.liii y iif sulil lml Nn 170 10 cbalna
more or leu. lo llie iioilh-wrai corner
of T I. No llllli Ihence caal 10 Chalna
Ibence norlh 10 chalna: thence wis'
10 chaim. mure ur Icll, lo the mulh
rail curner of l.ul No it); Ihence
weal ID chaim. more ur leu. along
the luulh boundary of I.ui No lit to
lhc point uf commencement, cnnliilnlng
he iniini inurement 10 acrei more or
MM,
HOBKHT A   BKNWICK,
liepuly Nlnlaiei   of l-awli
Deceniber lllh,   Iill
I" |'UI III.. HI    Uf   l.illilS
Victoria. H i"   "
Diitrict of North Vaacouver
Fount Notice
To All Whom 11 May Concern:
TAKK NOTK'K, Ibat tbere bu heen
impounded al lhe Diilricl Hound, ill
uuii- at Ibe l.ynn Valley Hulel, cornir
of lloikim and l.ynn Valley roadi,
North Vencouver, one gelding, aged,
light hey color, il white feet, ilight
Mau on forehead. I
And further, lake uoticV mat union
the laid gelding is prerlouily redeemed
by tbe owner or loine whet porion ou
bli or her behalf and all proper coati
aud chargci paid, Ihe lamt will be lold
hy public auction at the aljovo mention
r<l pound on Wedneiday, ipr irtlb day
of December, mit, at 10:90 o'eloek
a. n.
Dud tbii 18th day o/ December,
itu,
(Signed)   H. KA8T00TT,
Sl 1* Pound Keeper.
I
The Canadian Bank
m-mm»
 ,, i    i
Capital jjSgg , Best $12,500,000
North Vancouver Branch fl»w Located at the
\ Corner of WNSDALE AVE, and tbe ESPLANADE
A General Banking Business Transacted.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT .
Interesl is allowed on all depoiiti of $1 uni upivuris.
I. A. FOBSTHE   Manager.
FRAMES
F. TARN
C. T. BREWER
TARN & BREWER
•REAL ESTATE   .
'   CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
Eitimatei Cheerfully Given        Telephone 208
210 Lonsdale Ave.      North Vancouver
r. ii. ii... iiuiu.
North Vancouver Lumber Co. Mlih    1
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Eiplanade and St. George
I el ua name un ,nur ii-i|ulrrliii-ulK,
NORTH VANCOUVER LUMBER CO.
Christmas Suggestion
What Chriitmai Gift could be more acceptable lo the
family than
An Extension Telephone
in that Sewing Room, Library and Den)
What ttepi it will save during 1913.
And it costs a little over 3 cents a day
One-fifth the coit of a good cigar
Call Commercial Manager
Telephone 98
B.C. Telephone Co.,
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It li cheaper to buy framee (or your doori and wlndowi
made liy machinery tii.-m to make tbem by band.
We are In a position to supply many liiea from itock and
any ilie en the shortest possible notice.
Our outalde frames include blind itop end casing.
Call and get our itock Hat.
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138-110 Esplanade Eaat
P. O. Box 1719. Phone 222
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factor)    iinicc   138
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Advertising Batee WW Ba Quoted an Application.
The Biprma ie devoted to tbe intereiti ef tbe Nortli Shore of Burrard Inlet
uoluelvely. It constitutes an advertiiing modium of eicaptioual value for
reaching In a thorough and effective manner the population of Nortb Vancouver
Oity ana Diitrict, Every effort i» made to give advertisers the most ittiifaetory
lirvloo.
All changea in contract advertisement should be in tbe priuten' bands not
later tban 10 e. in. Monday and 0 p. m, Wednesday to ensure insertion in the
following iuue.
Nortb Vancouver, *. fl,,.,,.
.•t'l..',,!,,,
December tl, UU.
OOVBBNMBNT NAVAI. FOWOT
Oanada inciudea ameng her citiui^j
Ihoso wbo hold all sorts and shades of
opiuion witb reference to a naval policy
for the Dominion anil each person is
entitled to the privilege of any opiiiion
which hu holds uud advocates iu sincerity
It is uot .I. .ii,'iiii'. however, in Ihe
i...ii.uiiil interests that opinions should
lie iinincil uiiii advanced upon llie basis
uf political expediency The issue is
uno of ei,in- import tu I'uuaila as llm
inauguration of a militant naval policy j
will murk an epoch iu the national do
vulopmeiit of this country. II is oue,
therefore, iu llie consideration of which
tbe clear and unbiased judgment of the
Canadian ciliienshi|i should lm su
l'u nn- Any attempt to appeal lu |inli
luul parti/auship or tn oilier prejudices
, nu mil lie tuu slrungly coudeinueij- The
iuue ia one which sliuiilil he fueeil ami
derided in the clear ami unmixed light
ul' i..iin.uul interests and by lhe un
- liiiiiiiiil JDdgmaat of broad unprejudiced
ciliAinllrtp.
Tliu legislation introduced in llic llu
iiiiiiiiiii lie,,,-, by ii'iulei Hon, 11, 1., Borden will carry wllh il, not unly llic
Mipporl of a large majurity uf llie
members of lhe Huuse, lint uf Canadian
eili/elin as'well, in all purls nf tlio llu
minion. The bill proyides fnr au hume
iiiiii- contribution. Hie prupurlioui of
which are becoming llu< position nf
i'uuaila, us llm lirsl of the overseas do
minium ami il alsu indicates Hie uul
linq of a permanent policy, the de
vi'liipmenl uf whicii will launch (.'an
ada on a naval career upon a saim and
i-'.l.-i liaali.
The Hrilish Admiralty has uuinislake
ably iiiljUiVfel Hial iu llmir opinion an
emergency ciisls at Dm pfcicnt lime in
lhe relation of ith lirilisli navy to
Ihose of,olber countries, lu llm opinion of all well informed lirilisli sub
Iiu in this opiniun wili lie accepted as
iinni and any Ciinuilian Icginlulur who
alleiiijits tu .< ■ ni thai opiniun will sue
it-eel only in heavily discounting hii
uwn reputation.
lu llie face uf au emergency, Hie hill
prcscuts i'lunula'." response in tlie I'unn
in uiiidi il will prove moil significant
ami musl effective ll ia idle to con
lend tnut llm ships provided liy Canada
."In.ul.I lie lnnil in this cuunlry and
under nu circumstances iu Kngluiul. Tu
litteiiipt Lu liilluw sucli a course under
I'liiling couditioui would neutralize
llie parpoie of llic contribution aiul de-
►troy id effect. Hliipi of lhe type de
signaled iu Hm Hill (vpccillcally siig
gf.led by the Admiralty as tin- sort re
i|iiiie<li cuiil.l nul l,e I ueli in Canada,
ami lu undertake tu build mi. Ii purlieus
a» could be couilrurted iu this cuuu
Iry uunl.i entail such sluw prugress
ai iu rail ridicule uu lhe whule under
taking, im an emergency contribution
In order lu pruve an efferlive measure,
it in imperative lhal lhc lull make null
proviiion for ipeedy I'linslrueliuu a.<
.in be mel only by Having recourse lu
lhe li'ililics uliuli die ship buildiug
industry  nf llrcil   Britain  aluue  pru
Uell'l.
Al the iame time, the bill couiaioi
■ leuii'i which i'nn,i conclusively lu Ihr
incorporation of Canadiau built ships,
ill Hie lirilisli navy, in thai il is agreed
Ibat the Admiralty will place orders
for liglil cruisers wilh Canadian build
in This li e liii"iin"-Iile policy. It
will mil be al all a formidable task lu
place lue i anadian shipbuilding indus
Iry in pmitiou lo produce niseis of
Ihil dais wilhin the near future and
at llm nun- linm, from Ihli beginning
Ike Induitry ran be developed alopg
kale ami iiileliigenl linen to Hie polnl
al which il li on a par with lhe besl
plants in He world for the production
of Ibe largest haiiloliipi Tins is a
princ..,   bow, ., i.   In,   ll„-   , i,in|il,lii,n
of wblr'n a considerable number of
yein will inevilably.be required, It
placet Canada in a poiiliuu of Ireracn
dooi advantage, in tlyl tbii country
will be privileged to build up thll
great national iuduilry under Ihe aegii
of Ike graaleal iblpbuiiden in the
world, the llriliih naval yardi. The
bill now before parliament, therefore,
makes i'i' 'i'liii' proviiion for Hie prelection of a Canadiau built navy
al Ihe rarlleil pouible date compatible
wilh loond common mmm.
Tha poillioo thai Canadian waribipe
should ba manned by Canadian see
Ben ie likewlie on* wilb wbicb all
tltliaai will lympatbir.e, without re
epeet le political or claae distinctions.
Till llkewli* ie a dciideriluin which
can h attained ouly by a proeesa of
educetiou aud tbe lapse of time. Tbe
effort to procure Canadian enlistments
for the llaiiibow and the Niobe ea the
nucleus of a Citnmliiiii navy proved a
dismal failure. It was very unfortuti
ate that the ships were of adype prac
lically discarded by llm British navy
unl in themselves were therefore dc
signed to givu Canadian youth at lln
outset au unfavorable impression nf
naval uui- n - and io prejudice their
minds against a naval career. The
mischief is done huwever and this un
tuccessfui experiment will but render it
•lie more difficult lo accomplish uiiiin
ale success in procuring Canadian re
emits for a Canadian navy.
it is quite en.Ii'iit Ibal Hie chief
source of supply fur manning such a
navy must be sought in Canada's sea
luring population. On Ihc Atlantic
cnast there is a very large population
uf this order, but on ll|0 Pacific the
"ilnnlmu ia altogether different. Time
was when our I'aeilie euust fisheries
were ill Hie hands uf a white population
uml gave promise of rapid development
along these lines. The ill advised policy adopted liy (lie Uurier administration, however, huel Hie effect uf forcing
tbe white men lu iiliaudun tiic Haheriei
ami in their place, handed Hm fisheries
uver entirely to lhe Japanese, wliu have
not lost any opportunity to turn this
circumstance tu tbeir own lidvuntnge
ami lo lhal ut tlieir naliuii as well, 'i'lie
result is thai at the present lime uur
pupulaliuu making tbeir homes un lhc
waterfront and their living nut of Hie
waters, is composed ailugcllior of an
alien people, who are anything but dii1
posed lo enlist in a Canadian navy.
From recent *regulalions which have
been passed, legislation vviiieli is In lie
i nu. i..i ami other movements which
have been eet on foot liy Ihe present
governinenl, it is evident lhal a deler
mined cffurl is abuut lu be inade In
rescue our fisheries from Iheir prescnl
foieign ownership and to reitoro them
In representatives of our own race, in
Hie cnurse of a few years, lliere is u
probability lliercl'iire thai lirilisli
Culuinhia will again boasl a large ami
prusWerous while pupulaliuu, engaged
in "in coast fisheries, ami one formidable obstacle iu the way uf ublaining
Canadian seamen for Canadian war
ships will have been removed.
liven nli li....r 1. every rncoiragemeul
be . -ie iui, .i to buiieling up a lurge pup
ulaliou ■••■ eenl. m,i ,i (o the sua, as a
basis of supply i'ur naval forcea, it can
not be expei'lcd lhal il will be fuuml
an easy task to induce Individual! from
aiuung lhal population,to forsake their
occupation fur a naval career Tbe
strut discipline uf Hie navy bears Hm
aspect of a curtailment of personal lib
erlies whicii dues mil appear inviting
lo one v,n, hss nul been accustomed
thereto. In fact it would seem that
Hie only successful way of Bltm-king
tins problem would be by means of inducement! offered lo buys iu early years
In join training ships ami Inns by a
gradual process In build up a source ul
■upply tor manning Canadian ships.
Tu lalk glibly about "Canadian
lnnil ships manned by Canadian sea
men" ia easy enough, liul lu wurk Hial
sume pruhlcm out upon a successful
basis iu Hie face uf lhe practical difli
cullies by which il ii betel, is au en
lirely different metier The pulley ol
llm Borden governmeiil ini-m- aerious
eiiguiraoce of Ihese difficulties ami is
a sincere and businesslike cffurl lu
perform Canada's immediate duly lo
lhc Umpire, while alio letting in mo
lion a process from which Canada will
emerge in due course, strung Bad self
reliant as a real naval power,
CANADA'S   MUNICIPAL
BOBBOWIN08
> " \yitbln a period of 40 yeore Montreal
shows a populaliun gain 'of iUm-iun
Toronto a guiu of .1l7,5HSi Winnipeg a
gain of III5,?!M Vancouver's growth
within ii iltl-yeer period was W,¥l\i
The growth of thaee cities baa been
largely due fo immigration, .accordingly Die quests |n)n Mler ai to whether
tlm same cause is fu coiitln»o lo operate in the decades just ahwd. In -pf
event -it js apparent that I^Jaw of
European immigration into IlieWhiUml
Status has reached lis flood Ii4f*lil
mny be expected to show a grailuanihh
from this time forward. Hut in HIU
uver :iilil,ililll immigrants eome to Ciiii-
ada, end thu record for 11)13 will be
considerably larger. Expe;iai<in and
development must advance hand in
iniini with population increase, lies
nin other country at any period of its
nn,i- Hi ever received euch gigantic and
ruuliniiiiiis uui retiuii tu Its productive
resources as haa Cunadu during a single
iiiuiielu! Could Winnipeg or any other
Canadian eily have stood bad. or de
cliiieil lo accept the responsibilities
of such a ...iiuaii.ni us has presented
ilself iluring Hie past decade! Willi
a..ni - al.li- property increasing in value
frnm ♦i.'H,lil,ilH|il in llllli lo $172,117;,
iiiil) in HIIU, coulil the city's management have adopted uny ullicr course
Ihun In i'iiuii' back repoatcdly year afler
yeur willi llm request fur further und
suil further extensions uf credit from
llie muney markeisl Wus not the
situation un almost unparalleled lux
upon lhe commercial ability of those
iu charge uf the city's affairs! And
especially slmll it nnt be recorded lo
Iheir perpetual lioiiur that lhe civic
recordi of Winnipeg have never been
blotted with a single slum uf unfaithfulness ur ...aii.ini iii the handling nf
this colussiil financial programme!"
Taking up in detail Hie |iruposnls uf
tliu critics nf Canadian municipal Iiu
ance, the. enrrespondcnl continues!
"Granting, however, thui our pace is u
rapid une, have we yel heard one rea
siinaIiiu suggestion fur shipping it! Is
il proposed lu pass laws prohibiting
i-erluiu pieces of land from becoming
nurlli more tbau a certain amount I Is
il propoied lu Iiinii Hie railways to a
certain percentage uf betterments ami
new mileage bused mi present physical
valuation, ut u lime when Ibey are ab
-uli.iil'. unable In lum.lb- llic traffic
luully being offered lliem! Is il argued lliut large ami small municipal!-
ties iu,,,; n.i,,i lhc wesl, Willi cstub
lislicd records of pupiiluliuii increase
running ull llic way frum Hul lu 1699
per cent per year should draw in Iheir
horns, lake shelter in lhc ilorm cellar,
uml refuse lo provide further fnr the
vuiveii is proof positive mu univ in iuu
sound judgment ami llio enterprising
.-iiiiii i of Hm ratepayers but-manifests
likewise the'fact that Canadian till
■mm are fully convinced' tbat inch is
the only course which will enable Oeu
ada ta overtake tbe lipmenie beneAti
which are to be derived from the up
portonity for uational development, and
onrichment which ,a fuoui of peculiarly
favorable world coml'itlnns has placed
atjht very tloon,
Canadian offerings will necessarily
jio.inbject to the fluctuations of tho
money mu il..'i, I ni i u j in u the basis of
the security nffered it is safe to aay
that Cbnudiun crudit will remain iee
oud tu iiuiu' on the Loudon markot, and
further that Canadian issues will huld
their place as primo favurites amung
tho municipals which are offered from
time to time
SONS    OP    BNOUND    BBNBFIT
SOCIETY
Lodge Weatern Boil, No. 396
Meelingi of this lodge are held iu
tliu Knights of Pythias Hall, comer of
Chesterfield avenue ami Fourth street,
on Iho lirsl and thint Fridays iu each
iinini ii, at 8 o'clock p. in,
Ciiiiiiiiuiiicalious and application! foi
membership to lie addressed to Harold
l.c.'s, secretary, P. 0, box ,1211.  167-J3
S. E. White
DRY GOODS AND
STATIONERY STORE
Dolls Toyi and Xmai Cardi
now on view.
260 First Street East
Vancouver Business Directory
BUSINB88 OOLLBflBS
SPROTT-SHAW Buiineu College
336 Haatings St. W.
Canada'! Qraataal Wiit.ni School
llunagat
BBAX BBTATE
absolutely urgent requiremeuta of ihc
new pupulutiun in llm way of streets,  fl    J    fjnrott   B.A.
iwers, transportation, lighting, ichooli 	
and public buildings!   These and such
roposals all   appear    childish    wben
staled in Iheir simplest terms- yet u|miii
analysis ihe majority of the prupusuls, Yorkshire  Guarantee & Seeuriliei
of llic self appointed critics of Wesl
eru municipal fiiiuuce will be fouud lu
resulvc themselves intu Hie guilelen
iuiplicilv uf tlm suggesliuns just out
lined."
Corporation, Limited
.|.|u Seymour Streel
Bill
The petition  lakeu
liicli will   uu,iuu nu the appro1, al ui ull
tliu 1   whu  base  their  concluiiom   1111
romlitioni as Ihey actually exist.   The!
mrcuse iii pupulaliuu and tlie curres
M.M ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENT
ESTATES   MANAGED  ,
FIH'E INSURANCE
ponding development of llm country is ^   ^t[f you|„ate
sucli us In lay ubligaliuns upun in uni ,
governing  bodies such  aa only j r—
stupidity   euuld ignure or leek
Managei
A writer iu a rcrcui number of Ihe
"linmiiiiun Magazine" mallei some
forceful and pertinent observations un
der the beading "Is I'miuda Over
burrowing!" witb reference to lbc as
aerlion that ii made in some i)uarlers
tbat Canadian municipalities are ex
ccedlug the liinils of sound business iu
Ihc large issues of debenture bonds
which thoy are conilaully placing on
lhc market. '
Although the etatiitici giveu in Ihe
article refer mainly lo the city of Win
nipeg, lha principles and circumstances
involved are common to practically all
Canadian municipulilii'i
Tbe recent ceneui, declarei the
author of the article, affords 1 valuable
basil of comparison for approaching the
ipal
russ
to evade. Allegiance to lhc rudimen
nm principles uf sound business pru
rcilure renders any other course 1111
pussiblc lhan Ihul every effurt liionld
be mad' 10 keep municipal prugress
lliruugliuul Cuniulu well abreast uf the
general |/rnwlli uml developmenf ut the
Suuntry. in endeavoring to procure the
money which is necessary fur this pur
pusc llm cily aud dislricl muiiicipali
BBSTAUBANTS
All North Vancouvar paopli sal at
LEONARDS'
Either l'lack lllock or Haitingi St..
oppiisilli  tho  new   poit   office.    I . ..nnnl
ulli bii I'-" by tha pound.
Cupics of lbc Kxpreu Christmas edi
lies are fulluwiug lbe only saue and j lion cau be bad al Ihia DlBcc.
A Good
Present
Sand your frliudi who are IntiraiUd
in tbi Nortb Shore t copy ef
"The Express"
It will keep tbem poitid on all
North Shore News end will ouly coet
you
$1 per year
LYNN COLLEGE
Ottawa Gardens
Corner of Chesterfield Avenue and
Siith Street, North Vancouver
A private school for boys of aevan
years of age and  upwards,   lister
term begins .llinuury 61b, IHIil
I'rospcilus wnl on application.
BWIINAI.II II. HATKS, B.A.,
rum .pui
1'. O. AiUreaa,
Boi IW. Vancouver.
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Christmas Presents
tft Ui ihow you QUI' complete itock of
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BRASS GOODS,
ART BATHROOM FITTINGS,
ELITE ENAML&W4RI,
CUERNSEY EARTHENWARE,
TOOLS, Etc.
Such gifti combine usefulness wilh beauty and will last
a life time.
JOHNSTON & SALSBURY
THE HARDWAREMEN
90 Lonsdale Avenue      Next to P.O.
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A Merry Xmas
to Our Patrons and Friends.
" As the former increase, 10 mutt the latter."
J. E. Scouten's Book Store
PHONB i'.u SS 38 Lousdale Avenue.
OLAFOSER
BAKER and CONFECTIONER
FOR XMAS-AII kinds of Fancy Cakei and Pastries.
Buy our Xmas Cakes and Yule Cakes." They
are pedect in quality.
CHOCOLATE CANDY
143--LONSDALE AVENUE--143
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Job Printing at the "Express"
NOTICE!
MEN'S HATS SALE
at Frank Col well's
DOLLAR-50 HAT STORE
1029 Granville Street Vancouver, B. C.
ALL FALL STYLES ON SALE NOW
FOR i  ,
OPEN EVENINGS TILL 10 O'CLOCK
$1.00
In North Lomdale
An Opportunity
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Close to an open road, 50 ft, lots $275 each, $25 caih $io monthly
Also half-acre lots from $500 to $650 each,   $50 caih $20 monthly
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OOce Phona 173.
Sealdence Phone SW
MARTINSON & CO.
82 LONSDALE AVENUE
P. O. Bat mi.
NORTH VANCOUVER
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/ BANK OF HAMILTON
H.»d Olllc.
HAMILTON
Capital Paid Dp       |s,ooo,ooo
Beierve and Up^vUad P»»t*    W,600,000
Total Amti      ever li»,O0O,ooo
FIUNCH le Europe's bunker. For a
oountry to acquire that position,
. . ' her people must ba remark*!)!*
thrifty. Tho people of France are ox-
cei)tlonal|y eo—they begin to lave In
their youlh. No niuitor now email their
income, a portion le regularly eel apart
for future need. In old age they epjoy
ihe frultiiif ibeir thrift. They are a
liiiiilii' nation.
The aliening of a savings account la
Ihe beet way lo acquire that habit of
wiving without Which no ability to
earn ean Insure you against poeellilu
misfortune.
Bent a safety Deposit Boa for the safekeeping of your document! and other
valuable!.
V. a, |HUVI<IN, A.ent,
BtrU Vaaeearer
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SI MII'SIS (IF i:»*l, MINIM)
Kill.II.ATKINS
Coal mining rlglita of the Dominion
In Mmilitiliii, Saskatchewan and Allmr-
a. the Viil.nii Territory, tho Norlli-woet
Te 11 lim leu and In a portion of the province of British Columbia, may be leaa-
ed for a lorm of Iwenly-one yean at
eh annual rental of tl an ucre. Not
more lhan 1.660 ucrea will be leused to
one applicant.
Amplication for a lease muit be made
by tbo applicant In person lo (he Agenl
or Sub-Agonl of llie dlalrlcl In which
the rights applied fur iiro sllualed.
ln surveyed territory (ho land musl
bs described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and In unsurvey-
ed territory (lie tract applied for shall
be itakeil oul by lbe applicant hlm-
self.
i'.u, li application must be accompan-
i..l by a fee of 16 which w||| be rounded If the 1 lii imi applied for are nol
available, but mil otherwise. A royally ahull be puld on the merchantable
output of the mine at ibi rale nl Itt
cenls per np.
Ths person operating ths mine shall
furnish lhe Agent with sworn returns
accounting for th* full quantity pt
merchantable coal mined and pay Ihe
royalty thereon. If ths coal mining
rights ars not being operated, inch returns should bs furnished at least ones
a year.
The leiso will Include tbe coal mining
rights only, but the lessee may he permitted ty purchase whatever available
surface lights may be considered necessary for the working of ibe mine al
Ihe rale >f f 10 an acre.
For full Information application
ahould be made to the secretary of tbs
Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or
to any agent or Sub-Agent ot Dominion
Lands.
W. W. COBY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N. ».—Unauthorised publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for Ili
Cord Wood
iui: SALK—Unlimited amount of
cord wood or etovo wood. Thompson
and eSiuMi.   Phones 431 and Xiti   tl
LYNN VALLEY
SECTION
Mr. Bdwurdi ef .Prompie road bai
disposed of bli proflrty sl tbe tsaintf
ef Froniiiio anil Frederick.
Mr. S: Hislop and family left on
Tburiday f«r AMwMford where HlPf
W|l| in future inuii.' Ibeir houiu.
A meeting ia io.lie culled shortly in
the iiiniiiiiti' Hell fur tbu purpose of
forming a debuting society I'ur i.ynu
Valley.
A modern residence fur Mr J. Morris
ii beiug erected on Boss roail liy Mr.
H. Begue. Mr. Murris is at present on
Dovercourt roed.
Mr. B. P. Btillinaii of Keriisdulo hus
boen appointed to the charge of the
Lynn Valley Muthodist church until the
Methodist conference in Juno next.
The association football• match |iluj
od on tfae Boulevard park ou Halurday
iii'irrniiiin  betweon  Lyuu  Valley  uml
I.ouiilalo r.'.niilli'.l in llio latter winuliig
live goals to nil
Last week au announcement wus
made tbat the I.ynu Valley Dancing
Olub would ili',. iiiimiiiiu its series of
deuces after the 20th of December, lml
since that dale lbc club has i|eeii|o.d In
the coulrary ami have niinlc urruuue
incuts for a dauco on Priday next, December ililil, ami fortnightly thereafter
A ni iiiiiiiiiii. 'iiii.ni was received Ibis
morning from lllias 11. Blair, t.-.un n-i
for the Lyuu Valley Lumber Company
Ltd., re a purugruph which appeared
wsger ou the Biee Uh ruad. Mr.
Blair .late, tlm the report is absolute
ly fade.
Truateea pf Inatftute to BUud irUl on
Serloui Ohetgt
(lu a cbergo of "alil-eilminiatratlou
nf a Public Trust," ie wit, tba iwtl-
lule IUU, tfae truateei pf tbe lustiiuto
are In.. Utldoigp au cni|uiry ip
tiie Institute shortly Tbe court Will h
presided over by 8 D. ScimUn, witb
Mr. Dun McNuimie acting as clerk pf
tbe court. Tbo jury will be cboseu
from Hie reiidenli pf Lynn Valley.
Muny wiioeieei bave already been sub
piieui'il, and counsel fpr tbe prosecu-
tion cleiini te have sonic very damaging 11 iile'ine regarding tbe mlimau
ii, i'nn'n 1 uf tbo public'1 balj. It bai
been discussed for some time past, but
has now reached a climax and tbe trg»
tees liave to face tbo result of in.-ir
alleged vjlnioedi being brought te ligbt
in a court of justice.
Masquirade BaU
The masquerade ball last Priday
et cuing was an unqualified succesi,
Irom the sluinipoint of uuuihera, coi
lumes, music ami supper. The committee are lo be congratulated that tboy
were Ulile In iniiin 1 such a large company so close to lifarislmas, ami more
especially seeing lhc hall bad beeu sp
regularly in ure of late. The success
of llie ollnr uuiu, ne.ii... however, took
nothing from lhc Imll, for besides many
visitors mere viks a large roprosoula
lion of l.ynn Valley folk. The
costumes were various lo a de
ptee, ami some ' very beautiful
as well as some ludicrous ones were
iu llic parade   The judges were Messrs.
Tba ini prise fnr Mi« wai awarded
ip a |pcil lady, hlfi. Burrpwa, dreiiod
ie queen pf Hearti, wblla* th ittnnA
wn given tp a North Vancpuver lady
dreiied 11 a cpwboy. The flrst prize
fpr men m utuAtA t<| Ut 0. Duff,
conductor op tba B. 0. JS. B', *h giY»
an excellent repreientetiou. of a bobo.
Wblle tbe secoud prize winner in the
meu's section wn won by a visitor
dressed aa a courtier. Supper was presided pvpr by Mesdamos Froiniuo, Shuw,
Adams end Westover, and vai much
enjoyed. Tbe party brobe up pbput
i»u p'clock am| io gopd wee it cpniid
urcd by tboie preienl tbat il wai de
tided to extend tbe season fpr anotber
week, ami instead of laet Friday being
tbe laat dunce of tbe seasou, as was in
tended, tbere will be another noxt Friday nigbt and In tbe ball ae usual.
It wai a girl from Iceland wfao wai
lint lo a Harlem flet by an employ
menl agenl to do tbe bouiowork. Tbe
millions asked ber to slate ber accent
plisbinents. Shu could not coqk, It
seomed, nor wesh dishes, uor do tbe
weekly wash, nor mike beds, uor
iwoep, noi dust. "Tben, what in tbo
world cau you dot" asked Ihe oxai
pcrated housewife. "Veil," said the
girl, shyly. "Ay skoll milk do reindeer."
N.V.WOODYARD
10,000 cordi of dry flr wood for quick
sale, tries pel odd corda, (i.76. Special quotatloiii fpr larger quantities
Out Wood, 16 Inchei, $3.26. 18 Inches
WM. c. 0. D.
Office and Yard—Mth and Lonidale
Phone 190.    P. 0. Boa 2432.
IlV.fVW     m t"-*-T.
Estimating ^a population at 800,000,
Vancouver has a greater number of
policemen per capita tbau any otber
olty |p Canada. Yppeppvef bai 1 policeman for every Ut inhabitants;
Montrapl, J fpr every (166, and Winnipeg 1 fpr every 1101.
At the iieini pf Burrard inlet tba ''
P. B, is laying triple tracka from Port
Moody to. doqbitlam; and the build-
ipg of1 imui' .'i.'iiiiiii'.i pp tbe   Port
Mi'iiiih    I'lireiilnii-e   bll   been   :i|i|ii.l\ eii.
Tbe t\ p. Bu plane to ship 66,0011,01111
bushels of win-jit via Burrprd Inlel dur
ipg Hie next three yuan.
Tbat Vencouver will toon become
tbo second largest city in Canada is
tho llrm conviction of T. H. Pbepoo,
newly' appointed manager of Molson 'e
Bank ami inspector of branches in tbp
throe western pioviuces, who ariivcd
bere ou Mouday. Mr. pjiopoo wai formerly manager of the Montreal branch
of Molion's, and he is one of the bent
Uiiuii Iiiuiu  nil men in Eastern Canada.
Tlie city council lies endorsed a
scheme of the purk lioanl fur tlie) erection of e |600,ll00 roinforccil concrete
stadium seating 60,0011 pcrsom/.-Und
parking 200 iiniiiii,', Tbis structural
will bo used for athletic uiul military
contests, and for all open uir assemblies. It will be the largest structure
of its l.in.l iu the world, and will lie
liuill ut one of tbe entrances to Stan-
Icy Park. This is a part of the Maw-
son City Beautiful plun which will Iako
years lo complete) llie stadium will be
ready for uso in the fall of 191,1.
liuini  Boys wanted for lbe Kxpreu.
Apply this oflice.
GREAT CHRISTMAS SALE
OF FURNITURE HOUSE FURNISHINGS
CROCKERY, ETC, DURING DECEMBER
The whole of our $30,000 stock of Furniture, Carpets, Housefurnishings, Crockery, Etc., to be practically slaughtered.   Take thii opportunity
and purchase for cash at wholesale pricei.
EVERYTHING MARKED DOWN, $10,000 JVfUST BE RAIS ED IN THIRTY DAYS.   GOODS STORED TO CHRISTMAS.
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"EXPRESS" CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
On ibt stage of business llic spot
light it on lhc nun who advertise!
Our CUulficd Wain Aili will
plact you or your needs in lhe Iimt
.light of public jllcnlinii.
If you have nol died thero, thtir
illuminating power will surprise you.
m—Hmmutttmn
BOOMS FOB BENT-Housckeopiug
and single. 211 Hud street casl.     t.f.
FOB BALK—First growth wood,
-ri in a cord. 0. McDade, 116 8th alreet
east. Pboue Kl. l.f.
FOB BENT—Broomed house, next
lo drug store on 8th aud Lonsdale,
i'i'i. Apply 11. II. Millard, 758 Lonsdalo avenue. tf
TO LET—Coxy flvo-roomed modern
bungalow, mli Htreet, close lo Kidgc
way school, iin. nice lawn aud garden.
Ii. Ii. Millard, 758 Lonsdale Ave. I.f.
:    FOB SALE-Nearly new 1600 (ier
! hard lleiiil/iium l'iano, for ii!75. Wur
Iiniiiii.' I'iiuii, House, 113 Lonsdale Aie
! North Vancouver. I.f.
FOB BBNT
FOB BENT-4-roomod modem bou
' tf*"' r' D1'llu'ci ,""" l('"-'- Bent illi
per mouth.    Peers .'. Boult. Phone 188.
FOB BENT—6 loomed now, modem
bouses on Fell avenue, near car line;
fit).   11. MacKcuzle, Plione >»V 29 18
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FOB BENT-^fwo furnace healed
bedroom'., board if desired nmi use of
silling room wilh open fireplace, near
ear line.   Bex 2433. 2418
fOB RENT-4 roomed flat, modem
iiiipiownieiiis, 10th and Boulevard. Apply P. Booth, plumber. t.f.
FOK BENT S momi'il bouse in front
of Palace Hotel. See 11. 8. Jliinnn, 301
Holdeu Building, 16 Hastings Slreet
east. ti.
FOB   KENT   OB   SALE-On   easy
leim', modem 6 room bouse, I lit li street
block from Lonsdale, 33 fcctxl50. Fcnc
cd ami in garden. Bunt 122.60. Apply
Wood li Sou) Everybody's Shoe Store.
FOB KENT—Modern apailiucols,
furnished oi unfurnished, disappearing beds; lelepliuiie aud beat included,
I'liiiniiiii Apartments, 8th sticet end
St. Ueurge's tvenue. Enquire apart
ment 6 or phono B496. 4-1-18
WANTED
WANTED   Minion girl for American
jt'afc.   Al, Esplanade Wcsl.        17 lii
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MISCELLANEOUS
TO KXCAVATOHS-Wc will lake all
ibe earth you have. Wallace Ship
yards. t.f.
For Hue wstch and jewolry work go
lo Ueo Somorton, tbe new jewelry store
al  113 Lonsdale Avenue.
Short time loans on vacant or Improved properly. Star I .nan Company,
tl'l Hastings, Vaucou' ci. t.f.
WANTED-Young   gill,   aboul    Jo
.viiil- eld. for ligbl nouse work.   Appl
161 Second Street E. If
FOB BALB
FOB SALE-Bhodc Island Cockerel.
206 12th Btreet east. 2012
WANTED-A woman lo do house
work every Saturday. Apply IKIfa SI.
West, illuming* before 10, or evenings
after 7.   Madam Humphreys. If
FOB SALE Hhuiuiri, roole, host im
ported English seed. 1). Holdswoitb,
Garden avenue, Capilano. l.f.
FOK SALE- (liamaphonc, new, cost
145. lit will buy it. Apply 317 Hlh
St.   I'lione l,r,!i. 24-12
FOR SALE I'p In ilnie chicken coop
(Corning syslem plan), 12 feet by 16
feet; fear 6 feet, front 7 feet; dropping
board 6 by 18 foet. Raised up Ave feel
from ground and can be easily loaded
on Wagon. Alio three exceptionally
line pure 9. !'■ White Leghorn males.
120 I7lb slreei. |-1,|3
WANTKH-Contractor /or land
clearing, septic tanks, connecting sewers, teaming, cordwood hauling by con
tract or by cord. Apply 1. Vincent,
North Vancouver. 26 li-'
WANTED—Cordwood to cut on youi
premises, at 11.26 i single cord, tun
cuts, special price for larger quanli-
ties. Also a quantity of Hi im h wood
for sale at 12.50 per load Apply .1. li.
Feeler, 131 61b street cast. Phouo 671.
' 22-12
LOUT AND FOUND
IjOBT—Bunch of keys, between posl
oflice and city hall. Reward. Box
AIM, Exprc...
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MONEY TO WAU-Uoney loaned
uu diamonds, jewelry, fun. Star Loan
Co., 812 Hastiugi, Vancouver..      if
FIKEWOOD-Fir itove wood »3 per
load, bark, (3 pei load, flr cordwood
He'iD per cord. Box 2305. Phone 30(.
C.O.D. Prompl delivery.
Free Competition!
To children uuder 11 years of age
6 grand prizes.   No. entrance fee.
Competition closes Dec. 3lsl.
Make as mauy words as you can from
lbc following:
K. 1'. Dawsou,
li'ih Slreei and Lonsdale Avenue,
Norlb Vancouver,
Sub Posl iIlli' .■ No. I.
2712
Geo. Love
B. 0. Llvety and Board stables—
Ligbl rigs end ladies' saddle bones
for hire. Slabliog for borses. Oen
oral delivery and heavy teaming. 11.
Dumas, itb slreet weet. Pbone 147 t.f.
Autboriied agent for Singer Boning Machine Company in Norlb Vancouver. J. }. McAleece, Dry Ooods and
(louts' Furnishing., corner First and
lousdale Avenue. if.
,.,
Und Clearing and Grading Lots,
I'eto Andruss, Oeneral Contractor. Be
wer connections a specialty, basement
aad other excavating work undertaken
Estimates free. 120 18th street west,
North Vaacouver, poet office boa Uli
Will tbe known party wbo borrowed
a garden hose from Iho back porcb of
No. ,205 E, Itth street, North Van
enuver (second house east of' 81.
Oeorge) sbout Sept. 10th, kindly return
same io above placet No questions
asked. 24 12
Auctioneer aad Furniture Dealer
UN Flnt Street Weet. Opposite Empire.
We buy, sell or exchange second band
furniture, ami everything appertaining
to housekeeping. A good assortment
to chose from. Auction sales carefully
conducted. Fifteen yeara' experience
Prompt  . 111,mi, ,,i
Utilization of
By-Products
An Important Featuro of Modorn Industry
NOT ENOUOH OPEBATOBS
Railway and Wlieleee Concerns Short
of gsymeu to Tisnsmlt Ueesages
Wilb new federal lawe in effect ro
quiring railways and ships to be pro
vided wilh more telegraph and wire
loss operators, Ihere is a widespread
-ecarcity of men and women to work
tbo keye. Tbe commercial telegraph
companies arc also feeling tbo short
age. All eeagolng vessels are now
required to carry two operators, where
one was deemed sufficient before.
Schools for telegraph opciaiois ue
finding it extremely difficult lo meet
the demands of all branches of the
service. The Morse Telegraph Company, opposite Ihe Orpbeum theatre,
Senile, will gladly mail jrpp, upon re-
quest, a catalogue outlining ibo
coursei for men and women. Tbii il
tba largest school of the kind lo tbo
Nort»|raaf. 1-j.ji
By producto arc ■• very imporlanl
factor iu modern induitry. The old
piaclicc of discharging industry byproducts inlo lhe neuresf stream, is
uoi only a disgusting one, but it is exceedingly unprofitable us well. The
modem manufacturer seeking for increased dividends luolis ubout bim for
means lo use bis wusle materials.
For example; the refuse of tbe oil
refinery is converted inlo perfumes, lln
vouiing extiacls ami mineral oils. The
slag of iron furnaces is utilized aa bul
last oij railroads, or is converted into
pavjng stones, slag brick or cement.
Tbe byproducts of. die meatpacking
industry are so turned lo account as
lo actually pay for converting tbe nni
innli, inlo food. The blood is trans
funned inlo albumen for bleaching, the '
offal inlo fertilizers, tho hoofs inlo
glue, lbc horns into buttons, knife heu
dies, i'ii . Ibe bones become ivory ami
gelatine, Ibe haii is made iuto mat
Iresses and felting, and tho various fats
into buttorine, oleomargarine, etc. Tbe
byproducts from the coking of coal
may be transformed iuto gas for power,
ammonia for ro/rigei|tion, emmonium
sulphate for fertilizers, pitch for paving, roofing and as a binder for coal
briquettes, carbolic .acid, benzol, benzine, lubricating and other oils and nni
line dyes. Bcconlly too, a European
ftreitry engineer baj made the boast
thai he can utilize every particle of
the itee but- tbo rustle of tho loaves.
Moic aad more will 'the jwluetry
ef the future seek to prevent weelc.
.Competition . danandi it, Common
lenie demands il.VAMniiuidrial wastes"
mmt become an obsolete term.
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COAL!
. GREAT WEST SAND & GRAVEL
.COMPANY, LIMITED    (
DEALERS IN
AIL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL
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Offlco; 66 lousdalo Avenue.,
North Vaneouver, B, 0,
Phone 10H.
Bunkere, Wbarf and Warohouie,
Bt.  Qeorge aud Eeplanada.
vim vn,
RENTALS
Keep Your Eye on
Ov RENT CARD
e    Wa havo houses to rent at all urines, end In every pari of tha oily;
alsu Bond bualneaa stands at low rentals.
We are speclallala In managing rental properties for both fraldent
alio out of town owners. Our alaleineiite and remit lances are sunt
ieii.,n|iii'   every month and, and no detail f.f thla special  elm
HUTCHISON, COMPSTON & <fO.
til l.uuailalr Asama
IlliVI'll,   Hl'l.l lAI.IHTH
i'bone ili
Nortk Vnaooiini
North Vancouver Business
and Professional Cards
OONTBAOTOBB
li., uli Inr,   lluiniul. iiiiii ,  File.,  Proni|>t-
ly un. i to.
I uiiuui. u  Furnished Free
j, W. BAKER
III IJ.lllKHi    (ONTKAdTOH
ulliee: lileliliisnii 4 Hun's Factory, Ks
11 i.i.    I'lione  IIS.
Itesldenaei Allan Hoad, l.ynn Valley.
I' 0 Uos 10, I.ion ''nil. Phone
XIII
NORMAN WILSON
Building Contractor
All eisssea of bouses ami atore build
iugs, oflice Allures, elc.
lilll Iiiih Streel E.
Nortb  Vancouver, II. ('■■
&"J6 Pender St. W.        l'boue Hey. 2t62
CIVIL   KNOINEBBB
ANGUS J. CAMERON
A.V IK. k B,
CIVII, ENGINEER
Irrigation, drainage, levels, plans
and specifications. Septic tanks and
liuusa drainage a speeially. P. 0,
Ilus 1144, lmii .ii."( weet ol Hswicka
Avanua.
CABINBTHAKEBB
W. NIELD
Cabinet  Maker and OarysuUr
Will iinelerlalie all kinds of wood work,
repairs, ete.
I'omtb Btreet and Butherland Avenue
V. 0. Boi looe
NORTH VANCOUVEB
HOUSE PAINTING, KAI.BOM1NINO
AND   PAPEUHANUINO
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I.IIC4I. IMPBOVBMBNT A«HS»HieaiT ill IIKIHI.il
earing below show
ant
NUTItU Of I'HUBT OP BliiVieillN
TAKB HOT10H that the AeMiemeai Sobsduiss eun	
the (aiul aaieeaad for the various works of Local Improvement hereinafter
eet oui and (ho amount assessed on each lot or parcel of land and Ihe names
of tbu owners of sueh land so far as the aame ean ha ascertained from the
laat revised Assessment Roll and otherwise.
ANP TAKK NiiTHiK lhat a Court of Revision of tba Munlclpallly of the
District of Noiib Vancouver will be held on ihe lstday of February, till, al the
lioiir of 10:00 |u the forenoon ut the Munieipal Hall, Lynn Valley Hoad, In
tbe said Municipality for Ihe purposo of hem-Inn; complaints uguluut the said
Assessments and for revising and correcting aald assessments
. ALL NOTICBS of appeal must be served upon ths pietrlet Clerk a' ll1"
iiilieii at the Munloiiial Hall, Lynn Valley Road, Norlb Vancouver aforesaid,
et hut I days prior tn sueb Court of Revision. t>
JOHN 0. FAHMF.lt, C.M.C.    .      .
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Itarlag aaa lindl.a lo lis (Nil »U(k at thl llaitreuurl Hu.4 Item
lliisklu. Head In Ike Camnkill Head, mil u.»c»S.wl.l.g aa«e Id a
k al Ui I..I btlntta elicits.
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I      i,m
tot First class Work see
ANDREW WALKER
124 Second Btreet, near Lomdale
F. O, Boi 2441
PHOTOOBAPHEBB
CARBUTT
.Studio   over   Baak   B. N. A.
I.unsdals and Ealdalade
TINBMITHB
N.V. Tinning & Sheet Metal Worka
First •(real Baat of Lonadale
Lowest prlcea and best work gusran
teed on tinning and sheet metal work.
SAW FILBBB
SAW PILBB AND OBINDBB
Ail-kinds of saws filed ami set ou tbs
shortest notice.   Uwn mowers, knives,
hedge shears and scissors sharpened. All
work guaranteed, moderate priees.
D. DOWIE
1834 Lonadale Avenue
Pbons Be
J. E. HAYNES
- mil Lonadale Avsuue, North
Vincouver
• 'al.inel maker, picture framer and
Jul,lung wurk ami repairs of all kinds
Designs end estimates submitted. Fur
inline bought, sold and repaired i'lione
l.lli.
OBOOEBfl
J. H! ENGLISH
O. K  OBOOEB
And general Commission Merchant, 1,1
' ' mudslii Ave., Nortb Vancouvar.
Phone nil    ■
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is your ,Wateh stopping or keepug
irregular timet   If ao, see
A. J. HOOD
Pioneer Jeweller, 60 Lousdale Aveuue
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Westover,   P	
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McLean,   I i,,ii. in  und
Webster, J. R	
Larsun, Louie 	
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Webster,   J.   R	
Telford, C,  J    	
Narr,   Frlls   	
Narr,   Frits   	
Narr,   Paul   ....'..•..
i-'.ii i .ii. Arthur 	
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l.luyd,  Oeorge  t  Co.
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Iloyeiofl, Miss 	
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Mann, Louis 	
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Anderson,   A	
O'Brien,   A	
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Hicbblngs, J. W	
MeArlbur, J	
Jones. Mrs. Clara II
Junes. Mis  Clara B
Jones,  Mrs   Clara  U
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Nortk Vancouver
On lbe car line. Boon and board
(lood accommodation for working men
Contractor's men taken. Biugle meals
15 IS 11. BABTCOTT, Proprietor
lt will pay you to put a card in this column
To eacb customer mailing a cub purcbaae of $6.00 or over neit
week we will pruent a largs bottle of tasnen'e Pickles, wbicb means
tka beat tbing for your Xmu dinner. Come bare for your Xmu sup
piles, you will ba aura ot getting the beat, ani not ba dlaappoinud
with your Xmu cooking by uelng old atock. Taa new stock ceeto no
aura, wa give full weight end quick delivery.
Oall and see our Unas of Xmu gooda, we bave tba agenciM of tba
beet on tba market In OrVrtelllied Fruits, Fruit Jelliae, Xmu. Oaks*
Balelns, Currants, Peels, Oranges end Applee, tba very baat grown; a
Une assortment of Oandlae and Mute, Cranberries, Orapee, Oarr'e and
blcFarlane, l*ng English Blacdlta, alio all kinds of meat eeuces, Oliver
"Pack" Haricots and Often Faee In glue, "Helns" Ooods and all
kinds of Vtmtrni and Canned Vegetablea ani Frulte.
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Westuver,   P	
Westover,  P	
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Campbell,   K.   ,	
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Tnasell, W. H	
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Hi mm in Buslnees. o»piui end Surplue Oyer 17,600,000,
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9 Two Officei In North V§iwwv«, Com « of Lomdale Avo
•nd Eiplanade. Upper Lonadale Avenue, near 14th Street
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Job Printing At the Express
CANADIAN
PACI/FIC
The Scenic Highway
Across (ke I nullurni
Through llcke|s lo all |,arla of Ibe
World ut loivusl rales.
The in.|,niui niui.  to the
III.I  r.unil,',,
Hawaii.
Au.lr.il.,
AlasM,
I'klaa, aad
itpm.
,, Tbs moat u|i-to-dute train service
between Vancuuver und tbe Bait.
Vor rales, reservations and all
irthcr Information—apply to J.
OK,   Clly   Puaseuaer   Agent,   414
ilniuu  St.,  or  IT.   W.   SbQPIH
A., Vancuuver.
City
PIBBT OUflB OOBtyWOOD
UM PES
Btove wood, IB In. lift pm load,
lilin. 13.50. Prompt delivery.
Pbone 664, offlce and yard, Corner
tth and Mahon Ave. t.f.
I
The i.|n, in) elleiilimi of Kler|ori is
drawn lo the! provisions of section 1 of
lhe ".Mum, i|enl Iih. imiii Act Aineiid
ment Act, Illlii, Wbirb reads as ful
lown \
.    "In case Hie registered holeler of llie
let and lhe registered vendee under an
Agreement for Bale are both owners (as
■ leiine.i in iin   Acl) of lbe same lend
,or real property, Ibey shall both l,.ivc
ybs riglit to have their names entered
"on  lhe  voters'  list,  but  lhe  'oil,ler
aloue shall bavo lhe right lo vnlj al
any municipal election, unbiss he, on or
beforo tba day of electiou, by writing
| under bis band ri I. -1 in tlip oHiee p( tlm
city clerk, waives or renounces bin
rlghl lo inii', in which easo tho vemioi
shall,lie .miiileel lo voto, provided be
has all the requisite ipialillctttiiins of a
voter."
Forma of waiver iu terms of the
above provision may bo obtained finu
lbe uiidursigueil.
W. AI'BTIN UROWN,
City Clerk.
Cily llall,
North Vaneouver. li I n
Children Entertain
A i'liiver and attractive enlerluin
menl wus prnviileej on Friday evening
by Hie children nf HI. Kilmiiud'« Colli-
elie school.
The programme whieb wee offered
to a i'iiiii.leel nil liuu-.-, jni'liieleul uu
0|iereltu entitled ''The Coming' of
Mania claus," which was seasonable
anil beautifully dresseil. The iiumeruiis
characters were well mled, especially
by the little tots, who gave a series
of damns, nf wliieii there was an Irish
jig, Highland Ulng and. seilur's horn-
pipe, uml t|ie deuces and songs wure
beautifully    rendered.     Anollier    item
of exceptional merit wis I a sketch,
"William Brown's liugga|k" recited
by IJorothy Mcflugb. Tbo \'om Inding
iiiiiiiiiii' was a  Iiiiiiiini, '"I'lie  Hrilish
Kmpire," In which all lhe ■■ in id i.n
were representing some pert of the
I'impiie. At the opening of the tableau
"liuie lliiiniinin" was sung, then fol
lowed Irish, Bcotch, Welsh, linjili-li and
Canadian national songs with choruses,
concluding with Ihu'"National Au
Ilium,"
during Iho evening Mayor McNeish
in a neal spoech complimented Ihu dill
■ lien highly for tbeir splendid perform
ance ami thu Misters of Mercy for the
earn e>ure|seil iu loucljiug ami orgau
i/ing so brilliant a performaiieu
?
Alter lhe entprlijnmeut Fallier
lluilanl distribute! 'pV:vni. In Iho
children Iruin a haiVilv laden I'linsl
llias tree, afler whji h lie gave a speech
of lluini,', lo all who had lakeu pari
nmi Ihose w|iu patronised so liberally
lie hoped nest year Ibal a much larger
hall wuuld Iiu secured iu-onlcr lo ae
.uiiiin... I:. i.- ihu large crowd more cum
forlably. "
lATENTB
id'.imiKimm
=
MARION ft MAJUOK,
Ul Unlxsrilty St., Menirlsl.
Increase in Local
Post Office Business
Discuss Socialism
Tbo North Hliure Literary and Pe-
bating Hiiciiily held Its weekly session
ui Hie central scbopl on Tueiiliy awning lait, when the subjeel. pf'Hoolaliini
was earnest y ami iiiiuriistingly duliatud.
Its' uilvocnlos were fouml iu Mr. A.
u.. Anders and. Mr. .lames lcyland,
while opposite vjewe were vaieed by
Mr. .1. N. Boult ami Mr. A. Barclay.
The latterBil1" ware awarded the victory nn points, (he Wore beiug eight
Iii nine. Mr. 0,11. Morden, r|c«-pnal-
ilcni, occupied lbe chair In, Ihe ale
epe Pf lhe prrsiilcul,  Alii.   McHeo.
The upclety'i ueii ntpeting will be on
.lanuary 7th, since the ne_»( Iwn tone
duleil ini'i'liugs liappen In isll upuu
I'hrislmas ami New Vein's uvee successively.
CHURCH NOT!
MIHTll   V AX HI ■VMI i
ST
The incresse of business in tiie posl
oflice of tbis eily Ihis season has men
ilnin doubluil over thai of lhe ...,,.
ponding period of last year, and Ibal
notwithstanding   the   new   substation
since opened, which is also esperieneing
an  abnormal   rush,    i'oslmasler   M
Milieu lias, al Iho present time, nine
men sssisliug bim iu Hie duties uf Ine
lily office, ami stales lhal then I her
no inni- lo spare, while last year four
In all countries. Ask for our InyEaU. o..*. ,   t   , ,
TOtt'3AUVIBE8,wlilcb will be sent^fsT r"1""'"1 1,lu llL',v>' ll"""1 "' """"'>' "'
lers and registered  parcels uieilUlile
al ('hristmustiile.
There Will be a Victrola
Vin Your Home This
Christmas if You Buy
'•vasa**'
The Victor Victrola
■
and FIFTEEN DOUBLE SIDED
RECORDS. YOUR OWN CHOICE
k
$33.50
$10
Cash
The Balance
$5,00    "
Per Month
/
Over 5000 Recordi to thooie from.   Yog can March the whole world over and nol
find Miglher gift iliai will bring » much pleawre to every member of the family.
;I   Victor Victrolas from $20 to $250
Gune in, write ui, or telephone yoiir order tod#y, \
__-_—_-
Walter F. Evans & Co.
■ ■ . at
Wholewle W*r*tooiw,   Refill VforoU P»rlofi.   M»il Ord«r Department.
626 Halting! Street Weit        Vancouver, Be C,
-»—
II. Aadreir's I'rr.lnlr.laa i hurra,
Kellh Ruad Services: Mnrnlna. Hill;
evening, 71JO Adull bible Class, 1:10.
Sunday Hchuel, Ml. I'.l'SiiK, "Inc.-
day, at I p. m. I'ruyer Meeling, Wednesday, at I p.m. Choir Practice,
Friday, al I p. m Hav. Huhnld Macleod,
Minister. ^ >
16.
Mtlhodlx l tare. Curner af Willi
and SI. George, Sunday Services, 11:00
n in and 1:10 p. m. Sunday Hehool and
Bible Class, 1131 pm Senior loiuguo,
Humlay, I pin. 1'rayer and I'ralse
Service,   Wednesday,   i   p. ni.   Junior
League,    . hill .iluy   aflernuuii    ul    li.llll
Pastor, W. ti. Schlltcber.
II Aaur»' I kurek Cm net Iw.lllli
and Boulevard Sunday Services:
Morning Prayer, 11 am; Sunday
School 1:10 p. m.: Kveiilng Prayer, 7:10
p in Holy Communion, lirst and third
Sundays lb iiniinii at ll a.m.; second
Sunday In month, I a m Rev. Samuel
Fea. M.A   Vicar
I.li.dun Aim, I.onsdale Avenue
Sunday services, 11:00 am, I p.m anil
7:11 p in. Tuesday, I p.m; Tliursdu).
I p.m.   Chlldrsn's Service. Wedtiesds).
i I' in •
HipH.i i kin.i, rue mii and SI.
George    Services sl II am  and 1:it,
p.m. Sunday Be huni and Bible Class
st 1:10 p in Prayer and Pralss Service.
Wednesday al I p. in Paalor, Rev. A
J. I'rosser. Twelfth snd SI Qeurge
il. lata tke KiangrlUI, Klghth and
i hn ii i mii Holy Communion, I a. m
Horning Prayer, 11 a.m. Kunlnj
Prayer, 7:10 p.m. On Ihe drsl Sund.i
In (be month Ib.r. will bs a second
cb bl uliuli ' of    lji.     Holy    i '..intnliitlii.i
at II a.m.   Hector, Rev. Hugh Hooper
II. Hlmaal'a I'alkelle I kurek. Slslh
and Mahon Avenue Sunday -High
Mass and S ormuii, 10 a in. Sunday
School, 1:10 p.m Rosary and Rene-
dleiluu, 7:10 p in. Friday—Uw Mass.
I a in. Pastor, Rsv. J. A. Uedard.
0. M I
Indian I'alkelle i kui.e of si. PaaPt
Mpss. 7:10 a in, Sundays. Paalor, Rev
F,   I', iluiln. O, M. I.
I krl.ll.a Silrarc ieclrli -I l.k Chas-
InH.1.1 Av.nue Services: sunduys. II
i m ; Wednesdays, Uw i in , Sunduy
Schuul,  10:30 uin
Mllll II   I.II.NulMl.l;
il.   Tkanas—1:00   and    11.00   am.
i uu uiid ', "1 pm    F  F. Perrln. M.A,
Prbtl In charge
I'rr.leilrrl.o (kurek Sundays, II
a iu and 7:30 i- m Sunday Seliunl and
Bible Class, 1.10 p in. Tcacbera' Train
Ing Class. Wednesday. 7 JO Prayer
Meelliig, Wvdncsdsy, i y m Roys'
Club. Thursday. 7:10 y in Cbolr Practice, Frlduy, I p m 11. Van Mun.in.
if. A. pastor
i i \ \ iiiiii
1'i-Ml.ylrilaa I karck   Worship. Sw.
daya,  ll   a m. and   7   p ui    Sunday
School. 1:11 p in    Pallur, Hev  A Mac-
Aulay
Mrikudl.1 I karrk Worship Sun-
days. II a m and 7:00 y iu Sunduv
Selinul, 111, ym I ...-r... lliv 11 I-'
Sllllliiau
•I. I Irmral's, l.l»k tsll.I— Mullns.
II uin Sunday School 110 p in Iiuiu
gong 7 00 p m Holy Communlun second
Sunday in month si Hit i,in    Kurmai
1   1 lo< unroll  In  i lu.ui'
District of North Vtncouver
l hi I iw |o aalkurl.e Ikr i.euu.ll
uf Ikr i e.,,,.,,„n,,„ uf Ikr UUI,I, I at
Norlh l.uci,ui.-r lu liurroM Ibr aaas
ul Kn.iHui lu be »i-i-un-e u.eiu ikr „i-
lala, i.ir. er rtiarar. rgfurrrablr
uugrr lir l,,wu l.Ilr, WalrrHurk.
Ii.-auiail.iu ll,-l.«», lead, sad Ikr
I,iuu V.II., Uilrrnurk. Ilr.«l.lle,u
tmraiaaral Hi-I.an. leue.
WHKHKAS under (In. provisions nf
lbe l.ynn Vullvi Waterworks Ktgula-
Hun liy l.»»   HOI, and lhe l.ynn Valley
Wulel Wul hs lliuulnllnli Alnellellni III
11,, I.uu UIIV. dul) passed by lbe ceiuii-
ell of lhe <'urporadon of lbc lllslrlel
uf Norlb Vancouver, cerlaln renlala
imlri ur charges sic cnforccsbjc In ibe
I..nn    Vulley   Walerwurka   Tuwnsllc
In. li In   ii. Imui
ANIl WHKHKAS (lie amount uf llic
debl Which Ihli 11; l.j w Ik lnl. mie.I lo
. null. I. the sum of ItO.OiO. and lhe
"teje 11 fur which lb| same Is created ts
object inr which lb. same I. . i.-,. I .-.I Is
Ibe i. i. ill-bin of Hi) said Walerwoiks
syslem lu Ihr said l.ynn Vulley Waler-
worha Townsite;  '
lha
cllluls,
S   ntul
AND WHKHKAS Ihs c.llmuled
uiii'iuiii iif (he suld renlala, rulra oi
ehargva chargeable aa aforessld for
Ibe year lull I.i Ihs sum of 13,100, snd
no nine,unl of mui).) Is already iIi.ul.iI
lli.renn,
ANI) WHKHKAS Iho ilebl Is iii-uicd
on fhe security of lhe aforesaid rentals,
ralea or >burg.t.
ANH WHKHKAS II Is ciii„„i. ,1 lhal
lhe said renlala, rales or charges will
be sunVlchi lo make up Ins amount
of the annual Inieresl and sinking
fund upon (be aeh( hereby created and
lliul   lliin   will  be nu deficiency;
Now, TiiKHIiKOHR (be Reeve and
Council of Ihc Corporallon nf lb. metric! uf Norlh Vaneouver In council
assembled   (wllh   Ibe   ass.ni   of   ilie
ll.e lee|.   ejll|)   l,l|lu Itll'il |   ll'l   lit I i'li)   l |l 1,1 I
as follows:
I. II shall bs lawful for Ihe council for Ihe purpoie aforesaid le borrow or raise by way of loan from any
person or perspns, budy or bodies corporate wbo may be willing to advance
ihe aame upon lhe credli of Ihi debenlures ut thll Cm por.lion lu'i I'lnufin
provided fer. a sum or sums of money
inH cue..ding In lhe  whole Ike turn
lie,
uf
110.000.
000. and  In
■ ul Ih lhe n
. muse Ihe Sams lo
be placed In lhc Rank of Hamilton In
tha credli of Ihs corporation for Ihe
purposo aforesaid.
debenture bonds of lbe 1'oipora-
.. Issued by lbe'lleeve an'
I'leili  of Ihr Corporallon In Inm. of
Hon lo Hi" amount of lit,
whole mty lit Issued bf lbs lieevi tilA
plan nl Ihr Corporallon In terms of
lhe Municipal Act In sums aa msy be
desired, bill no single debenture ibal)
im ihun 11.000. Kucli
Hund. .hull be "Ign
und snail
lbs Oor-
parkin*.
bs»r let'
b. for u gicaier aum lhan fi.000
of said Debenlure Blinds She"
sd by Ihi HeeVe and Clirk
be tealti wllh (ha Baal of tbt
Inn^Jiisr-
h
*Jirilt**J »»F»g *W».tBiI'jr»P»o|r ef said
debentures er *M nt inem.
there shell lie Mtachsd lo |ha debenture bonds coupons slgnsd by lbs
Reeve and Clerk fur each and every
payment ef Interest thai shall become
duo and such signatures may be either
written. Illhograiihed o, eiamped.
I. The »uld debenture bonds shall
us Iii principal and Inlerest be payable
ill the District Municipal niSce, Nijrlli
Vnnenuver,  ll   i:„ ar al the principul
ufflce of (he Rank uf Ilumiliou lu (lie
eity Qf Toronto, In Hie province of
flntarlii, pr at the principal office of
the said bank In lha Clly uf Uoiilreul
In lbe province uf Quebep. The tald
principal sum ahall be made payable
iy Ihe Corpoi'iiilon not later ibuu io
-ars frum th» lat day nf November,
w
The said debenluri bonds shell
be secured Upon tile renlala, rules and
cliuigcs.enforceable iiiiiln lie, provli-
Iqns ef the before-roclled l.ynn Valley
Walerwoiks Hegululliin Hy-ldw, liil,
and Lynn Vulley Walerworks Regula
linn Amendment By-Law, iiiiiii, au"
.... lbe
bunds shull be and lbe same ure
upnspy as Ip principal and Inlerest
guaranteed by ihe munlclpallly al
large.
, I, There shall be set aalilc annually
by the Trasaurer ef the Corporation
out of the said rentals, rales and
charges, and Ir ease of a dcAclenc)'
then aa lo such deAclency uul of annual
revenue, the sum of (III, for lhe pur-
puss of forinlnu a sinking fund for Ihc
paymenl of lalA debenlurea when Ihey
become due and'Ibe sum of 11,000 for
the luiiiileiii iif (he Inlereal at lhe rale
aforesaid lo benwne due on such deheii-
liircs during Ihe currency thereof The
aald renlala. rates and charges shall
bo uiiiuil ie nu from Ibe annual revenue
of Ihe municipality and ahall ue paid
Inlo a special accourl In tho Rang uf
liiinlltnn for the purpose of mnellng
ihe aforesaid sinking fund and Interesl, provided always lhal any moneys
Ihsl may have lo be advanced, or
«iiiiii may nave lo be nald under lhe
aforeauld guarantee and any surplus
beyond lhe sums annually rciiulred fnr
such Interest and sinking fund shull
from lime to time be transferred from
ihe tald special account and refunded
to Ihe amount of ihc unnuul revonue
This ii' i.uu. may be died.for all
purposes ss "The f.nin Valley Waterworks Revenue Men By-Law, nil"
This By-Lew shell ,come Inlo, elf uei
nn the He,i  duv of December,  III!
Passed by Ihe council on Ihe 131b
duv nf December. Iill. i
Received lhe assent of the Klcelnis
ul an . b , Hun held oll Ihe     '
day of ion
Iii'i ■■!■i.l.b ie il and lie,ill'   .ul. u ,i |,)
the Council and ulgiicd Ily Ihe Reeve
.Hid cb 11, und sealed with lbc Corpor-
ete Seal on lbe/^""v
day of \ 11)13
Reeve.
Clerk
i.i.i.i nni".   IIF   THK  liisniii t   UK
NOBTH VAN I ,j \KII
TAKK NOTICK tba/(he above la u
true copy of Iho projiused Hi I uw upon
which Hie vute of Ihc MiMilclpullly
will he luken wllhin Ihe fullowlng
polling slullons. vis.: In lbe Municipal
Hull. I .inn Valley Road; In tliu
office of Mr. T. 8. Nye al corner of
l.onsdule Avenue and Sl James',Hoad.
und at Capilano Schoulhouse. ull In lbe
dlslrlcl uf Nurtb Vancouver, on Saturday. Ihx'llin day of December. IIII,
between (be hours of I o'clock am
and 7 o'clock p.m.
joiin a. i .i,:ti.ii
CMC   and  Returning Ollicer
PUBLIC NOTICK Is hereby given
lhal Ibe vole of lhe Kleclois or lbe
Dislriet uf Norlli Vancouvor will bu
taken on the "Lynn Valley Waterworks
Revenue Loan B) l.uw. Imi," on Saturday, lhe llth day of licccinhcy'llll.
belween Ihe hours of !l o'eloek u to
and 7 o'clock pm within the following pulling pbi.es vis.; In llle Munlclpul Hull, l.ynn Vulley Houd: In the
office of Mr T n Nye, at lbc corner
of Lonsdale Avenue em.I 81. James'
Ruad. and ul the CuplliuHi Sohoolhoiiae
In Ihe dlslrlcl uf Nurlh Vancouver, und
that John (1. I'.u  has been appointed Relurnlng Officer Hi luke the vute.
uf sucli Klector. with Ihe usuul puweru
In Dial behalf
Ry urder of the I'ouncll
iSlgned)
ISlgnedl
ne . uuoeii, .
WM   11.   MAV.
Reeve,
JOHN (I  FAHMKH.
C M C
Diitrict of North Vancouver
* HV-I.AW  lo raaklr Ikr Corporation
ef   Ik.    1)1.1,1, I   uf   .Nu.in   I.ucu...
lu ral.r I,) »a) af loaa Ikr anal of
mi.om lu prorlir for Ikr purrka.r
and rlrarlag of ickOul lllra,
WHKHKAS on Ihc list duy of October, Illi, the Board of School Tin.
ties for lhe District of Norlh Valium-
ver laid befuru (he munlclpul Council
u detailed esilniuto of the sums re
quired by Ibe Buard foi lbe purcbaae
dealing ulld grading'nf scbool sites
In said dlslrlcl. amounting lo 111,000
ths skid sites being In Dlslrlcl l.i.ii,
III, III. 717. 711 and Uv respectively;
AND WHKHKAS on lhe llsl dsy of
ocluber. 1113, llie Municipal Council
Hniill) rejected ami disapproved suld
niHimiie. until such lime as lbe Kleelurs should give llielr aasenl lo a ByLuw for ralalng lbe laid sum uf III.-
000. for Ibe purposes aforesaid;
AND wiD'ild-iAM on (he 3nd duy of
Nuvember. llll. (be setrelurv,ol suld
Biisid of School Trustees mude u willlen request lo Ibe Reeve of Ihe Dislricl for lhe submission to the Klectors of a Hi I .in niiiln'i i.ln, Hie proposed expelidlluie and lor raising the
iiiuiu ji. ni|iilicd (u defray the suuu
upun the credit of the Muiilclpullly
AND WHKHKAS Ibe sinouiit of the
debl which lhls by-luw Is Intended lu
acute Is lbc sum of 163,001). and lln
object for which Ibe said debt Is
crested Is the purchaae and eleuilng ot
se huiii tiles us uforesulil; 7
ANIl WHKHKAS by u Speclul nidi i
doled lbc list day of November, llll,
lhe Cuuncll of Public Instruction huve
authorised the estension of the loan
lo be raised under lhls Hi l..i» over
a pn imi of SO )iui» from Ihe dale
wlun lhls lly-l.aw lakes effeel;
AND WHKHKAS It will he necessary to raise annually by sp. .lul rale
lha tuiul sum of 11(07 Oo for SO yeurt
for Ihe repayment of Ihc said loan um*
Inlerest al I per eenl. Per am
iui.ii,11, i   provided!
ANIl WIIKRKAS Ihe value of Ihe
whole rub ubic land or Improvement!
or real properly of Ihc Muiilclpallt)
iieciiiilliiu lo lhe laal revised s.ici.
llielll   ii.ii  uiii'iuiii.  lo  11.011.710:
AND  WIIKRKAS  llie  aggregate  of
lliu   In hi ullll,    Debt   Ilf  IliO   lliilllli Ipul
Ily iiiu iii for works ef local Improvemenl and school purposes) amounts lo
Hit 000.
Hon lo thu amount of (03,000 In ihu
wliulu may be Issued bf the Rcevo
und Clerk uf the Corporallon In terms
nf thu Munlclpul Act |n sums aa may
THKHKFOBK Ihe Hecve and Council of Ihs Corporallon of thi Dlslrlcl
of Norlh Vsncouver In council ..inn
bled (wllh Ihs aseenl of Ihe Klector.
tm Hie purpose aforesaid tp borrow
or ralaa by way of loan from any peraon or persons, body or bodies corporate who may be willing l» advance
ihe same upon the credit pf ine ne-
benturee ut [tile Corp«ret|im herein- .
after provided for, a sum er sums of
moiiiiy not exceeding In the whole the
sum nf |B2,000, apd tu cause tie eaare
lu bo placed In the Bank of Hamilton
lo lha credit pf the Corporation tu be
impended fur ihe purpose aforeaald.
I. Debenlure Bnnils of the Corpora-
... lo tha amount of isa.OOO
whule may bu Issued bf the
tin
...   SUL..
be desired, bin no Single Debenture
ahull be for u greuler sum than One
Tliuusiind Dullurs. Bach uf the aald
linliepliiie Hunds shall bo signed by the
Heave and clerk and shull bu scaled
with the BciiPuf the Curpurutloii.
I. Tho said Debenture Bondi Ihall
bear Inieresl at a rule" not exceeding
t per eeni. per iiiiiiiiiii payable bal!
yearly on the isl day of iluy and the
let dav nt November In each and
every yeur during the currency pf
said Debcnluree or any of them. There
sliull be iiiiiieheii Ui tne Debenture
IIuihIk ampiuis elgned bf the Reeve
end Clerk for each und every payment
of Inlerest that shall become due. and
such signatures may be either written
lithographed or etamped.
I. The aald Debenlure Bonds shall
aa to principal and Intereat be payuble ul the Dlalrlcl Municipal Office,
North Vancouver, B. Cl., (ir »t lhe
principal office or the Bank of Hamilton In Ihe eity of Toronto, In the province of Onterlo. or ut tho principal
office of ibo sub) Bank in lhe city et
Moiiii.ni iii (be iuu,viu,,' of Quebec
Tho nulil principal sum shall be made
pn;.ibii' by lbe Corpoi'iiilon not Inter
than SO years from ilu- lai day of November, till.
t. There shall be rulsed and levied
annually by special ralo on all rateable land or Improvements or real
properly In Ihe lllslrlel (he sum ot
1(0? fnr the puriiose of forming a
sinking fund for lhe payment of suld
ililei'iiiiiies when (hey become due mnl
the sum of 13,100 for Ihe payment ot
lhe liitm-nt u| Hie rale aforesaid to
become iiiii- iiii uiiuii debentures during
llle currency Ihereuf, und Ibnl In addition In oil oilier rules lo be levied ahd
ailleeled III tlio suld dlalrlcl during
Hie whole currency of lhe anld debenlures ill   mi'   of I Inn.
No rehule shall be allowed on lha
suld special rale lo be levied under thie
By-l.aw.   .
This lly-l.aw may be cited for all
piiip.eiu u us "The Scbnol Biles Loan
By-Law, ion."
This By-Law aliull anno Into effect
un  lhe  lii-t  day (if December,  llil.
Passed by Die Council on tho lllll
dav of December. 1913.
Received Ibe assent of Ihe efecloro
nl ail    i,   eiui, held on the
dm   nt ltl
Reconsidered und Ilnully adopted by
ibe Cuuncll and signed by ihc Reeve
uml Clerk  and sailed with  lbe Cor-
lioriile  Seel  on   Iho
iluy   of ltl
Heove.
Clerk
ciii runs   HP  THK   nivriin t   UV
NOBTH  v im iiMi.H
TAKK NOTICK that the ubove It *
true ■ "p."1 Iho prupused By-l.uw
upon which the vote of the Munlclpullly will be luken wltbln lhe fullowlng pulling iiuiioin. viz.: In the Mn
liiiiimi lliill, l.ynn Valley Hood; In
lhe "Mice of Mr T. 8 Nye nl corner of
I.'iiitil.il. Avenue and 61. James Roud,
ami nl Cupiluno sebonlbuiise, ull iu Ihe
lllslrlel of Norlh Voncouver, on Unl
unl ui Ihe lllh duy of December, lilt,
belween ibe hours of t o'clock a.m. and
7 o'clock i ni
c
'•
JOHN (1   FAHMKH,
M  ti. and Returning Officer.
eby given
ore qf the
er  will  lie
PUBLIC NOTICK te hereby
thai lbe vole of the lib-don
District of Norlh Vuncouver „
luken on lbe "School Sites Loan By-
Law. 1913." on s.iiuiii.ii. the nib day
of December, 1913. between the hours
of 9 o'clock a.m. and 7 o'c'tock pin.,
wllhln the following polling placet,
vis : In (he Municipal Hull. Lvnn Vnl-
by Houd. Hi Ibe ulliee of Mr, T. S.
Nye. at llle turner of Lonsdale Avenue
ami Ri Junies' lluud, and ut Cap lano
i I,-' ii ■ " . in Dm dlslrlcl of Nurth
Vaneouver. and ttint Jobn O, Farmer
Iiiih been uptioliited Heluriilnu Officer
lu lake the votel uf such Kleelurs with
(he usuul pone in In Hial behalf.
By Order of Hie Council
.ISIgned,)
WM
ISIgned)
11. MAV.
Reeve
JOHN U  FAHMKH,
C. M   ft.
IH.THKT  .•K),Nj.BT|l||VA.C.M.VB»
NiiTU:|: AH.nilun Is drawn lo (he
provislone uf the "Municipal Klecllons
Aet Amendment Acl, 1913." which provides us follows:
"In case Ihe registered bolder of the
"fee and Ihe regislered Vendee under
"un aki, iiih ui for Sule uru bulb owners
"(as il.'lined In Ibis Acl) of the sums
"land or reul property, tlief shull both
have the rlghl lo bavo iheir names
"entered on lhe Voters' Llsl, bul Ihs
holilii ub,m- shall have lhe right lo
"vole at uuy Munlclpul Kindlon un
"less ha on or before Ibe day ut Klec-
"llon. by miiing hm, i bis hand riled
"In the office of lbc Municipal Clerk,
"waives or-renounces bis rlghl le vols
"In which , .nu Hi. vnideo shall be en-
' titled lu vole, provided Ile has all lbe
"reijulslle   Illi. .ilioliu of a  vulm "
i:.. i.i. i.t Kleelurs vole In Ihe Ward
In wbleh Ibey reside Non-resident
eleclors vote In the Ward In which Ihey
have the lurgest iiuiounl of properly '
Ir. vulue uncording lo lhc Assessment
Roll
No person le cntilled to have hie or
ber name twice entered on Ihe Annuel.
l.i.i    Llsl uh u void' in Iho Muni. I
palily. '
JOHN ll. FAHMKH, CMC,
Are You Moving
Wc do men mg of ail kinds. Hive us
a trial We also have beuv) lesms by
Tka dsy—express ami baggage, or when
you wunl wood, call er pbuno 87. We
liuw ii lurge iiml. of null wood 1 ill Ifi
inch lci.pths Furnace wood a specially
Prompt deliveries. y^
WORTH   VAHOQUVSB   TBANSFBB
OOMpUTY
19 TitM^ili Avenue
y_\ woo* ood,
mmjtii
We have «6me good, inside buys;
also good acreage listings Lynn
Valley Sub-division.
Q Ld iu quote you rtlM on Fir«. UlMnd Awidepf   »
INSURANCE
»
McMillan & rod
—
10 I/WailAI/H AVBNUH
»
"^ 7"'
Mf, nnd Miii Miller, lete ut Burton,
M>ie., *R3 Mverpool, Eug., are tlio
guests of Ml SUi) Mrs. Wilson, 7tli
street east,
Th next meeting ef tke Nortli Hhore
tyterwy end Pebatlng Society will lake
pluee "»i tko Central Heliool on Tuesday,"
January 7th.
Mr W. Hull of IDth slreet tomorrow
leaves with his two sons, Prank and
tester, on the. Zciilniiiliii fur' Sydney,
Australia,
Mr. J. II. Knglish will spend Christ-
mas in Heattlu, lie iloperted Ilience
today and will be absent from this city
for about a week.       '
Aid. Foreman leaves for Victoria
today where he Intends tu spend Christ
mas. Ile wili probably be absent from
He.' city until Hatunlay next.
The struel railway men are all wearing a happy smile today and smoking
SNAP
ON 18th STREET
One-half Block Oil Lomdale Ave.
Lot 41 I 132 Feci (or,
$1050.00
All Caih, or II 150.00
on Termi ol One-third
Caih, Balance 6 12
and 18 Monthi.
Agreements ol Sale Purchned
H00D&S0UTAR
Phoue ttl V. 0. Boi 3367
213 Lonsdale Avenue
Tim usual statutory resolutions were
passed liy the council laat evening in
relation to the furthenming elections.
It waa formally resolved that, (he
nominations for mayor uiul aldermen
ahall be received at tlm city ball un
January Mill, Ifllil, Uiat In tlie event
pf a poll being required mine shall
be laken at the city ball for the city
and for all the wards of thu eity uii
January Ittth, lttl.'l; and that W. Aus
tin Blown, city plerk, shall be return
jpg iilliccr.
Hockey
Tlie Mainland League hockey mulch
played lietween Vancouver and Nortli
Vancouver teams on Baturday after-
noou on Boulevard Park resulted In a
win for Ihe local players by, three goals
to two. The mulch was au eieellont
one from point of play, and was con
teated tu an exciting finish. At half
time the score stood two goals tn one
in favor of Vancuuver, but in the sec
ond half the Nurlh Vaucouventee made
a rally and succeeded in equalling the
score ami Anally adding the winning
goal.
Tlie Nortli  Vanrouver second team
on Hatunlay defeated the  Vancouver
second team by three goals to one,
 —.—.      ——
Football
The association football match play
ed on Siitiir.bn I..-Iv.eeii ihe Iibli'sdale
iiii.I Iaihi Valley teams resulted in a
win for the former by five goals lo nil.
Tlie ground was very heavy tiiruugh the
recent rains and tlie game consequently
slow. By winning Ihis mutch the l.ons
dale ami Caledonian teams are now on
level terms and will play (lie final
nuiii li for lhe cup on .ianuary^Ljfue
winners will carry lhe title uf league
champions ahd therefore considerable
inieresl is already being manifested iu
llm result.
The V. M. C. A. Vancouver ami Cale
doiiiaii iiiiiii.n mil play a match on Die
Boulevard park on Christmas Day.
Kick ull nl l^ij |, I,,.. Tliu following
team will line up for (laiedoniails:
Goal, T. Oggj backs, 1). Qow and J.
Wilson; half barks, i). Hutchison, I).
McMillan and .1. Ileus; furwanls, l-i. VV.
Ninimu] (I. Smith, II. Hutchison, 0. Davidson and W. Ilrown. Reserves, W.
Duunelt, II. I'lilonis. Il.-i.-rce. .1. (lame
BOYS WANTED
lloule Boys wauled. Apply at Ks
press Office
$1.00 down, $1.00
per week
The Canada
Pride
A Malleable
Steel Range
In lhe last year we liave sold uver one hundred of these stoves 1n
.Norlli Vancouver. This yptr we expect even a better record. 'If you
iieeil a reliable range, it will pay you lo see this one before deciding.
We   uu
e  absolute niii. (in ium ou every range,
Patterson & Goldie
HARDWARE
Phone 88
105-7 Htplanade Weit
NEWPORT
Wc have urine of the cheapeit buy*.   Good location
adjoining lhe original Towniite.   For full particular* iee
CARDINALL & MacGREGOR
/ 104 EBPUNADB
Local Agent* for Brlth* Aawiro Hoi* Insurance Oo,, U-iet Anutmct
.   Company
.   Wa will be pimmi te kivi llotlsg*; alio honee for sale or rent.
FBMM H w, if, eT7# MM
OBOBOB B. HANBS
Candidate for Mayor
To the Elector! oi tbe City
jof North Vancouver:
Vour votes are asked for Mr.
Hanes,—
I. Because lie has iluniunstratcil bis
ability ami integrity in handling
municipul work.
:i  lieu'iiiin.   be lias made a study of
\ municipal law and can save many
ciiMl.V   lilii-lllkc,..
.'I. iieeause us an engineer he lias a
sjroug ami intelligent interest iu
the Second Narrows Bridge, anil
will advocate the early taking over
of this project liy lhe municipal!'
lies concerned
I. Because he will iio his utmost to
secure enforcements of ail obligations to lhe North Hhore by tbe
P. O. B. Ilailway.
6. Iteviiii.ue he is iii favor of eiteml-
ing lhe sewer syslem where lhe
health of lhe city demands it, ami
equalizing and facilitating the conditions upon uliieh individual eon
nections can be mule.
li. Iieeause lie is in favor of opening
up streets ami extending wooden
sidewalks for residents.
7. Iieeause he is in favor of paying
city workmen same rate of wages
as is paid in Vancouver ami giving
preference to the employment of
uniii. uin of Norlli Vancouver on
municipal work.
■■■ Because he is in favor of the city
operating its own rock quarry.
II. Because he wi" advocate the co-
ordination of civic departments so
as lo avoid lhe reopening of com
plated nl reels fur laying sewer
pipes, ete.
IH. Because he is in favor of building
up lbe eily clean and altraetive to
lhe best class uf rili/ens liy the im-
pruveiuent nf tiie ferry service and
the enforcement of the law without
fear or favor.
Having every confidence in Mr,
Hanes' expressed intention tu adhere
tu the policy embodied iu tiie above, Ihe
undersigned executive committee for
the furtherance of his candidature for
the iuu,,,i.iin appeal lo Iheir fellow
cltlieu. for their active support at tbe
comiug elections.
•
Colin r  -ii" i "ie. chairman of committee,
W. 1,. llouil, vice chairman,
,-W. I). Mel'urlunel, seerelary,
('has,  II. Tales,
Thomas MIEwen,
B. i. tattle,,
 A^JX-dfadenon,
il. 11. I'reelinan,
N. Kennedy,
M. McMillan,
I.. S. Eaton,
I). H. Voung,
(I. J. I'hiliippo.
i:.e,nine   ennnum,v   elected
by lhe i.i-iH'iiil Committee.
1'ledging myself to edhere lo tb*
above platform aa formulated by my
general committee, I respectfully re
quest your vote and influence iu my favor as Mayor of the eity of North Van
coiivua^ur tbe ensuing year.
GEORGE S. HANES
t.f,
Presentation to
Mr. Wn. Hall
An inleri'sling event look place in
tlie Burrard Cafe on Friday evening.
December 201b, wben the oflkera ami
members of ll)e Loyal Capilano Lodge,
No. till, I. O. O. P., Manchester Unity,
presented Brother Win. Hell witb a
handsome gold watcb, suitably in
scribed, on Hie occasion of bis doparterj
fer Australia.
I). I). O. M. Neal, P. O., made the
presentation on behalf of ill* lodge,
ind spoke of tbe efforts Bro, Hall bad
made in building up tbe branfb of tba
order In Nortb Vaneouver. Bro. Hall
suitably, replied ml m enieyable evening waa tbaraafter epent/in,* ***i*l
meaner. I
Fint Military Bill
Tlie flrat. military bell Mix history
ef the Nprtli Sliore took place In the
Horticultural Hall last week (liven
in a<<i Of the Victorian Order of Nurses
It riiniliiiieil tlie funeliniie nf a musl en
jnyable social affair with that of a
charitable purpose      • ,
Tha hell looked,ee it never Ipokei)
before, bedecked with flags ami hunting ami with flowers and evergreens
ip soften the effect; the whule being
'nneil by rose eoloured light shades
i|ini>ielly madu fnr the oecaelon
Arrangenienle were in the hands of
a eonniiitleo nf-latliesiwlio were Mrs
w. I. Keene, Mr*. H. Rilohln, Mrs-
Jackson, Mrs. Ilridgman and Miss
Thniusiin. The fruits of tbeir wink
were manifest from th* sumptnuus sup
per prepared entirely by them and lbe
excellent arrangements which prevailed
throughout.
ai
(Ireul thanks ara due in 'these ladies
and to Messrs. W. I.. Keene, 11. Kitehin,
0. P. Jackson, II. WoOdB, H. Snow,
Ivor Jackson and Bobs. Kitehin for
Iheir willing cooperation towards the
success of tbe evening.
Prominence was giveu to the eveiil
liy tbe presence of l.t .'oi. Duff Htuarl
ommanding Vaueouver garrison, and
Major McTavisb, {ianadian Army Mudi
cal Corps. A number of other regiments were also represented. AH the
officer! of the Hixlh Field Com|iauy
Kngiueers uuder whose patronage tbe
ball took plac", were present with Ihe
exception if Major J. P. Pell, now iu
England.
Mr. Hobt. i'liune uf Nortb Vancou
ver was in charge of tbe musical pro
gramme, his orchestra beiug doubly en
cored ou several occasions, to which
generous response wis given. Corporal
liriiliiini was in charge of arrangements
at the hall ami carried out his duties
very efficiently.
About one hundred ami sixty guests
were present, amongst lliem beiug: Col.
and Mrs. J. Duff-Stuart, Duke of Con-
iiiiii(iiil 's Own Hides; Major Keen, Hoy
al Kngiueers; Major McTavisb, Caiiadi
au Army Medical Corps; Cupt. aud Mrs.
1. Kades Ward, Canadian Kugineers;
t'lipiiiin Markham, Seafortb Highland
ers; I.ieut. Ilobertson, Canadian Kngin
eers; I.ieul aud Mrs. Percy Ward, Can
iniiuii Kngiueers; I.ieut. J. H. Cosgrove,
i'uuu,liun Kngiueers; I.ieul. King, Duke
of Counaught's Own llifles; I.ieul. ami
Mrs. Warden,.D.C.O.H.; I.ieul. Stoker,
Manchester ilegiment; Surgeon I.ieul.
J. J. Thomson, C.A.M.C; Ml. and Mrs
Keene, Mt. and Mrs. Jackson, Mr.
and Mrs. Kitehin, Miss Thomson, Miss
(ireat Thomson, Mr. ami Mrs. Tipped,
Mrs. Iiiln,il. Miss Molie Illinium, Mrs.
Cosgrove, Mrs. Daltou, Mr. and Mrs
Salsbury, Mr. and Mrs Mel'rae, Mrs.
ami Miss llirlianlsou, Miss Archibald,
Miss Z. Archibald, Miss Merie Ar.-hi
bald, Mr. Wm. Cosgrove, Mrs. Curtis,
Mrs. Kvuns, Mr. and Mrs. Halwell,
The Misses Bull, Mr. A. Bull, Mrs. Dou
gall, Miss Mm. mi, Miss Grout, Mr. Palmar, Mr. and Mrs. Heaven, Mr. II,
Kitehin, Mr. W. II. Oray, Miss D. Tay
lor, Miss A. Card, Mr. lleury Wuods,
Miss Nora Woods, Mr. Ivor Jackson,
Mias llellington, Mr. Haw, Mr. ilussell,
Mr. Krrsril, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Buiier, Mr. H. 0, WaitfU,. and Mrs
Rogers, Mr. Thus. Wail, Mr. Beggie
I'lielrrnill, Mr. Jas. Underbill, Dr. Dyer,
Mr. II. Kiiiimmd, Mr. Pearson, Mr. aud1
Mrs. Barker, Mr. and Mrs. Shakes
peare, Mr. Biggs, Mr. Kilgar Spear, Mr.
J. .1. Moore, Miss D. Sale, Mr. Ilaxel
Cameron, Mr. llamisb Csmerou, Mr.
Ivan Cameron, Mr. aud Mrs. Simp
son, Mr. aod Mrs. Merlon, Mr. and
Mrs. Aruold, Miss I.. Pieidbouse, Mr.
Hooley, Mr. A. Nelsou, Mr, Barlholo
mew, Mr. II. Williams, Mr. S. Klennie,
Mr. A. E. Criekmay, Mr. Unit, Ut. Lilt
en, Ut. Austin Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy, Mr. P..
W. Brierlon, Mr. and Mrs. Thus. 8. Nya,
Miss Woods, Miss K. Woods, Miss Kl
der, Miss Blendon, Dr. Briggs, Dr.
Campbell, Miss Lewis, Mr. (Jresu, Mr.
Howe, Miss Bennett, Miss Tulllsb, Mr.
and Mrs. Knight, Misa Hobdeo, Miaa
Goodbody, Miss Katon, Mr. and Mrs
Wheatland, Mr. and Mrs. Bromley, Miss
Of, McPberson, Mrs. chance, Misa Ma
(lillivnjt, Mr. Bsoflild fn* many olb
en. After tbe lasl dame Auld Ung
efmrntrwu sung, followed by the Na
tionai Anthem, (apt. Ward called for
Ihree cheers and a liger fer tha ladies
of tba commillee, after whieh Colonel
Duff Stuart paid a like romullmtnl lo
tbe orchestra. Special ears, tarry and
speclel ear ia Vancouver conveyed tbe
guests to tbeir homes. Thanks ire due
to tbe Nelson Manufacturing C'o. for
tbe uu of flags aod te lbo*« who lent
card (sides, chairs, elc.
1 Sl
t'l Church
Speciei servire en OfariatniM Day at
11 am.; festal rasponsea'ifnd Christmas
rerols will be sung. Sunday morning,
D*e. iltb, tin B*s. ti. A. B**gtt, pile
elpal of Bt. Mark's Hall, Vaneouver,
Till be tbe celebrant at holy common
ion aod will preach. Th* incumbent
wili ftdtb ia tin »y*»ing.
Christmas Gifts
Now that theChriit-
mas season is here we
invite every one to
examine our stock of,
Christmas gooaY
We have a itock of
•table cutlery that wiH
bear anyone's inspection and our carving
sets are the best. .   v
Don't forget our stock of kitchen ware
for the Christmas cooking and baking.
paine & McMillan
NOBTH   VANOOUVBB'H   I.EADIHQ  HABDWABB   MERCHANTS
Phone 12.        FIRST STREET AND LONSDALE
\    "I
mpt
i
*
■J.
Must be Sold
Am initrucled by coniigneei lo tell immediately
40 torn Choice Highland Table Polaloet, very
low price in 5-iack loti; 15 to/ii carroti, beelt,
20 tutu hay.   Apply R. W. Eaton, c.o.
North Shore Coal & Supply Co
Pboue III
V't
• I
Closing Debate ind
Entertainment by
H. S. Students
Tbe high school l.ilerary and D«
baling society brought ils nrst session
to a close wilh a miscellaneous )>io
gram of music ami elocution aad a
Anal debate on Ibe effects, adveulag*ous
or ulbcrwise, of eumiuatious. Tbe
affirmative speakers wire Wallace Sbaw
and Colin Cameron, the negative, Doug
las Uae and Jubu Woods Hev. A. I.
I'ruaaer was judge witk Alma Store as
rilir. The program which followed
included ncilalioni by Madge Uill aad
Edward lillle, iuslrumsnlal seloa by
isobel ('eiiiiilicll aad Harold Bream, aad
s sutig by He'  ni Iiiui I
Speeches   sin  mads  by  Principal
Keller, lhe Hev  Syr, Munaler aad Mr.
/fames   Ilay,  a   uieiOber  of   Ibr   local
board of school trusts**,
The firat session of lbe\ebeling so
iety baa embodied a striae of inw.l sue
ceeaful debates ou very divtrsileil^eub
ji. in A very cumineudable record kn
bfta esleblisbcil by Iba local high
school students, wbo, however, are ds
iern.in.il lo do le,ii,r work sllll iuj a
controversial sense, when the sodely
,uiei, upou ils second sesalno
.
St. Agnes' Church
Service of Song
On Burnley evening, December tOlh,
Instead of the usual sermon I lure will,
be a serviee of song in SI, Agnes'
Church, wben lhe following programme
wilt be reudered: llynin, "O Come All
Ye Faithful," rboir and congregation;
hymn, "ll Came l.'pou Ihe Mldnlgbl
i ii-ar." .huir and teagftgatloo; carol,
"Caiul, Swi'i'lly, Carol," rhoirj solo,
Mrs. C II. ii,-»eii; trio and chorus,
"We Three Kings," Matters 11. Bay
msol, 11 Ilia, liueit, t. I'|.liani, Imui,.
"The First Nowell," choir and congre
gsimn; aolo, Mr. H. C. Wrigiu; sole and
chorus, "When ('hri.tmas waa Born,"
MaaUr 11. Kayiiicni, hymn, "While
Shapberde Wa|rbeil," choir and congregation; vesper hymn.
. !         ,-, ■
St Agnes' Church
Christmat Services
'I'lierc will lie two larvices
at SI. Agues' ('bureb ou Christmas Day,
ail., 8 a. in, Celebration of the Holy
Communion j II a. »., Morning Prayer,
With -sermon and Holy Communion.
Preacher, the vicar. Music /er thie
service ie esjollewi: Hymn, "Cbrie
liana Awake"; Venits aud Palms, te
proper cb**!i; Te D*»», th* Quadruple
Cbanle; Jubilate, Kyjie aud (lloria
Tibi, as sel; Hymn, "Hark the Herald
Angels Sing"; Hymn, "II ('dine Ail
Ye faithful"; Hymn, "(lod Prom on
High il.Hi Heard."
Sunday School Treat. HI. Agnee'
Sunday scbool treat will be bald en
Priday, December 21. Tea will be
ier\eel at iilUI |i. in. Entertainment
by lhc children of (be Suuday school,
lo which die public generally are cer
.liail) invileil, al ".in p. in. During a
Ihe evening Ihe di|iioinai won' dijjinf
Iha-year will be |iresenleil. It Is con'
Sdeolly ejpaclad ibal Sanla ClaUF will
|iay tbe Sunday scbool a visit at aome
time during Ibe programme.
Bora' Olub. il,e Sl. Agnes' Boys'
Club were ibe guests of Mr. aad Mn.
('. II. II. ne ii al Ibeir heme ou Puunh
Streel on Tuesday evening last. A
right royal lime was speul, and at Ibe
■ lose three bearly cbeera aud a "tiger"
were giveu for Ihe host and beslesa.
|l
'
St. Edmund's
School Concert
—-.»/
Tbe childta) of SI. Kdinuud's school
gave e mosl su>«<»sful concert in the
school bouse, MahouNiyanua, on Tuesday nigbl The audience'«*s most su
ihusis.iic throughout, and all voiced
lbe i,|,ii.Kii, that Ibe lillle muiieiam
and io.ali.i» did great credit, both to
themselves and the sisters and teachers
whose able tuition was plainly nolice
able in lha little performtrs throughout
lha enlire aveaing. f
Tbe hall was crowded to overflowing
anil cveryWy came away hoping that
ihe lime is nol f*r distant wbeu Ibey
may be Irealed lo another such enjoy
able night'a entertainment
(I
,'■
Of     H.e     I.l
Tba members of thaM.yao Valley
Choral soiialy continued ybur cerol
singing lu the Valley lut eveuing wsei
of Centre road Tbsy war* given *'
haarly welcome by the residents who
did Iheir part in providing/' refresh
menl. The carol ringing will be ran-
Ufbcd tonight carl' al C.e,,t,e road.
Much praise li do* lha/ioc!e|y fer the
sicellcnl wey In wbjfh tbey are carry
Ing ont the old "i. low of carol singing
at Christmas time.
Donald  end  Jeennlr  were  putting
down a carpet.   Donald slammed th*
end of his thumb wilh a hammer and
began lo pour forth bis mm ia 1*0: '<
guage beflting tbt orraoieo.
'" Donald, Donald I" .bricked Jcaa-
le, borriled. "thaw sw«ar Ihtt
wayi"
"Wummanl" voclferaud Doatji,
"gin yn know ony liatiar mpf pet
ie the time to Ut »e haow it."
n,^«,fiAi,'fe-uU, £Q ,1^

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