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VOLUME IS.
NOBTH VANCOUVEB, B.C., TUESDAY, MAY 14,1119.
NUMBEB 18.
CITY ENGINEER APPOINTED
FOR NORTH VANCOUVER
Ur. Angus Smith, Oity Engiueer of
Victoria, Appointed Mr. Hanes' Successor.
Tho eity council lust niijlit gave it*
uttonliou to the rci'oittmciiilutioii of the
previous meeting thnt Mr. Angus Smith
riij engineer of Victoria, should ha
appointed pity ouglnpor of North Vun
t'otiver iu Ihe pluco oi Mr. (I. b. Ilunes
resigned, ut ■• salary oi $H50 nor month.
On the mot ion ni Aid. Foreman, sec-
ended hy Aid. Fruiter, litis recoininciulu
this request hy cqnimonciug upon   his
new  work  iiumediatoly  upou  bis  ro
tirCIIIUIlt   Iiiiiii   I In   city  ' li,"inei'rshi|) of
Victoria, which will possildy he tbii
week. Mr, Smith's applicatidn was
ono of a great number nnd waa consid
ort'd most act'cptahlc becaimo, of his
long experience in municipal olfuirs.
Prior to taking charge of tbe engiii
oaring 'li'i'iiiiiiii'iii iu Victoria, he act'
ed iu a similar capacity I'or the eity
of Hi gins for u number of yeurs ami
previous to that was rity engineer of
tion  wuTi adopled,  Aid.  Dick express-! Stratford,   Ontario.   On   Mr.   Smith's
'lug the hope that  Mr.1 Smith wouhl ! ussuminaaflifc here, the present acting
luke up |tis duties ut the eurliesl pos- engineer,   Mr.   A.   M.   West,  will   ro
Bible date. 'sume bis usuul  dtituj; us lirst assist
Mr. Smith will |irol)uh|y comply with ont.
9
Publicity Schemes
Considered
Ooiuiuisloncr Lawlcy is Compiling Descriptive  I sll' , ,'I llll'
A meeting of Ihe Joint (,'ivir Advertising Committee presided over hv
Chairman Philip was held on Monday
afternoon ut thc-n.-w offices nu Ksplan-
itili'. Publicity Commissioner l.nwler being present.
After disposing of considurulile rout
itte husjpess, th.- question of the lies!
in.'tlioil nl inuugurutiug ihe publit'ity
u^rk for the year wns diacusseil and it
was tli'i'ided lo hold u meeting lo Inks'
lhe lorm of a smoking concert ut un
early dale next week, to which lhe pul);
lie ure to be invited for the purpose of
discussing the work for Ihi' year. Dr.
Bowe nmi unother proinitieiil member
of ti.e Progress t'loh of Vancouver, il
Is expected, will speuk on how Ihe com-
millet's run yvorl, logethor for the best
advitut't'iiieut of (Ireuler Vancouver
The I'ommilti'e hus made very font
lireheusivc I'lans for lbe issuing ul' de
st-riplive literature of the i-ify und dis
Iritis, lhe principal item being u |iro
fuscly illustrated J.uoklol wlii.h will bs
ijsued shortly uud whicii is nuw in
■ I.. . of preparation. This will I.e
aupplemi'titcd by siiutller pamphlets ts
ailed from lime tu lime.
Thc commissioner wus instructed |->
publish immediately Hie first of a ser
tes nf folders whieh ure to be,issued
monthly and whieh will cover Ihe .lit'
tercet subjects of inlerest pertaining 10
uur set erul communities. The lirst of
Hi...-.' is lo be descriptive ol the mauy
scenic attractions lhat North Vuncouver hus ul Iter .lours, Ihis will he fol
lowed, by others Inking us their soli
jects oor industries, homei
shipping facilities, elc.
llurbor uu I
NOKTH
VANCOUVER
OLUB
ATHLETIC
Inauguration Night a Big Success
The "|ioys" lire justly |iroud over thi
capita) send oil which the Nortli Vuiii
couvcr Athletic club received lu-il nigh;
when n big appreciative gathering mut
lend in Ihe club moms mer McMif
luu's sture ut tin corner nf Ksplauadt
ninl Lunsdule ami applauded to the cello
llic numerous contests anil exhibition
rounds Ihul had been arraugetl for
this initial occasion. Despite lhe ho:
weather, the club's organizer, Prunk
Popbain, hud hustled arouml indefali
gubly in order ihul the commencement
nl the dob's history should be written
in big letters. He secured ut referc
v.. '!■, .lorditn, who us.an athlete bus
u string of victories lo his name which
aro tu'lf-eloquent, while for judges Mr
l'tijdiam had successfully rounded up
such prominent citizens us Messrs, Peter
I,"I "ii. J.CS droves, I'liil Tiuu,in-. (I, p.,
Melville und ', Tussurd. These geu
llemcn adjudicated mosl fairly in a
number of wrestling ami boxing cou
tests, thc character of which came ut
a surprise to many of thoso. present. It
is perfectly evident thai ihis athletic
club is going to deliver Ine gumls, Hint
it is going to be a live institution, tbat
it has the right men organizing it ani
.supporting II, Most of the aforciueu
tinned contest* wero enguged Iu tic
sprighllicst  expert   fashion)   the   boys
being eacli as keen '■• ■  slurd uml up
jiarCully eager It stick lo thc laws of
good clean sport. McNeil and Fair
grieve, both local members, eugaged in
a splondld boxiug bout from which Ilr.'
latter emerged triumphant. Two other
local enthusiasts, Tullcy and Williams,
utilised tbo gloves in capilal fashion, I
Iho laurels of the contest falling to
Tullcy. In an exciting struggle lie-
tWcon Gray of the local club and Hutchison of the II, A. (',, the latter
knocked dray out in tho second round,1 N, V. League,
both boxing well and dray putting un
uu exceptionally plucky light. As It.
I.allic did unl put in un appearance,
S. (Iiitul volunteered to take his place,
uml with ,1. Fisher contributed u lirst
class exhibition match, Russoll und
Partner, locul glove wieldurs ,uls» did
sonic stylish boxing ending in a victory
for Farmer, while Mnctlouuld inuiiugeil
lu vanquish .lulmson after an eaperl
liiBsel creditable lo both contestants.
Two locul wrestlers, Hcnshuw ami
While, demonstrated lbe science very
convincingly, being so equally match
nil that the lirst bout passed without a
fall to either. Kcnsliaw eventually
claimed lhe honors afler a til seconds
struggle. Cook, N.V.A.C, ami Hue, II,
A.C, were even more aptly paired, for
ufler wrestling for fifteen miuutes the;'
Were both ns game as ever. To pre
vout lhe match developing into u game
ol' |,ci|, uml motion, the judges uvvaal
ed lbe boys a draw. Holh are panting
for u further encounter, nnd this will
probably be arranged shortly.
Al the close of the program a most
excellent supper wus served in the Bain
bow Cafe ,lhc proprietor of whicii
proved himself a caterer of caterers.
The j'i'ii i and the .way iu which it
vanished, and the good humor whicii
accompanied ils vanishing, brought an
ottlircly successful evening lo a lii
ling close.
Success then, to thia new dub which
has enjoyed such a promising inception'
Mr. i'ophum uml his associates can put
each other's bucks very reasonably,
for last night's rally was undeniably a,
encouraging one. For the future, ur
rungcinciils arc ufoot to have a read
iug room equipped uml to hate musi.
cal evenings ami other pleasurable
schemes organized, the membership fee
being ouly I'l. The physical instructor
fnr the club is I'eler Tulbot who worked
hard with thc boys to get them into
shape for last night's event. The re
suits he can obtain iu a short time arc
un eloquent testimony lo his thorough
in---, lie hus an admitted faculty fur
turning oul champions so there is u>
reason to doubt but Ihut tie will ilu
this for the nurlh shore, ami so sprca I
broad the reputation of North Van
oover in still another department of
ife.
ENGINEER SWAN'S REPORT
. WILL BE MADE PUBUC
Government Will Reach Decision About
End Of Mouth -Report Will.Be Sub
mlttcd to Public Bodies About Mid
die of June
Mayor McNclab has called a pub
Uc meeting la tlte city hall on Wed
ueaday the 22nd lust., for the purport-
of striking committees and nuking
arrangements for the annual celebra
tion of tbe 1st of July in this city.
It la hoped that tbere will be a large, j
attendance and an enthusiastic meet
Ing.
LOCAL  STRIKE   ENDS  BATIBFAC
TOBILY
At the meeting of the hcnils of muui
cipalities convened in Vuiicuuver yes
lerday to confer with 11. II. Stevens,
M.P., the member for tbis constituency
inuilc the tle.linile announcement thai
the report and plans submitted by Mr.
Swun as lhe result of his visit lo Hur
ninl Inlet last winter, are before the
government, Mr. Stcveus stuted Hint
he bud personally examined the report
uml the accompanying pluns, but that
he considered it inadvisable lo explain
the tletuils pending tho furmul adaption
of u policy with reference therein by
tbe government. Mr. Stevens further
stulinl that he expected to leave for
Ottawa about the Ullnl and tn hav,'
a consultation with the department
nl'i".i the lilltit of this monlli. lie cn
peeled tbut the report'would be nub
milk's! to the public bodies nbo|it two
weeks thereafter.
There were present ul lhe meeting
Mayor Fimlbty. Muyor McNeish, Al
dermal) Hepburn ami Kirkpntricli, Councillor I'ltigstnu of Poiut ((rev, Cuuncll
lor Morguu of Ctiqtiillain uml Captain
Wiirsnop, Vuncouver llnurd of Trade,
ninl II. C, Hodgson, South Vuncuuver
Hoard of Trade. The committee in
dudes ulso Reeve May, Norlh Vuncou
ver; Kecve Nelson, 'West Vancouver,
uml Councillor McDouubl nf Ituritaby,
who   were  nol   present.
Wr. II. II. Stevens, M.I'. wus ulso
present and mude the statements re
corded above.
Muyor McNeish raised (lie question
as to whether lite stun of Iwo million hand.
dollars which the government proposes
to spend is to be utilize,1 ultogether ou
llurranl Inlel or on other locutions as
well. This point nppeiired lo give risn
to considerable divergence of opiuion
among tho members. Muyor Fiinllay
was uf opinion that the money should
be spent ou Burrurd Inlet and that it
should be extended frum that centre as
might be found necessary. In Ihis he
was supported by Captain Wursnop und
Others. Mr. Hodgson, tin the other
hand, thought that North Arm present
cd certain advantages for harbor
schemes uud Kecve Bridges intimated
the possible withdrawal uf Ricbmontl
from llic conference.
It wus in reply to a question from
Muyor Fimlluy Ihut Mr, Stevens made
his aniioiiuccnienl us uliuve uud he fur
titer staled that when the report wus
submitted, if il was uul thought sun
able by Vancouver, lhe government
would be pleuSoil In receive any sug
gcslions Ihul might be made. If Vun
couvcr chose to upset lJw.govt'rnint.#iii
:s, heme ii 'lul nut s.i, ■£ j, \ oi
ver vviiuld not receive itily government
'Support, lie was satisfied that Mayor
Fiinllay wouhl be pleased with IhO re
port when il was submitted. Mr. Sle
vens wished lo know whul sorl of bill
Vancuuver would wish him tu introduce
whether II wus thought wise thul tin
government shoulil undertake the whole
matter or that rte city ami municipaii
lies should retain certuin control.
On resolution Mr. Stevens wus re
quested to procure copies of the bills
pertaining to other Canadian harbors
uud lhe meeting then adjourned until
such lime us Mr. Swan's report is to
EXPRESS CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
WANIBD
WANTED TO RENT-Sinull cubin,
furnished preferred. 11-6
FOR RENT-Room with bourd on cat
line.   Apply Mrs. W. West, (ith street
aud i iiiccn shin ■■.
WANTED—At oucc eight good paper
hungers and twelve hrst class painters.
Apply Stoucy is Co.
FOR RENT—Six-roomed Hut, near
ferry, $20 per month, Apply Wurburn
itz Piano House Ltd., -H'l l.onsdule Ave.
WANTED—At once, lady .to tuke
cure of three children, three afternoons
a week. Apply Mrs. Hud Fraser, lith
ninl I'lii'.storfiL'lil. 14-0
FOE SALE
FOK BALK--Will sacrifice tout 12x
11x314, 12 oz. dock,' witb Ily 18x21), 11)
"/. guod us new.   Phone 186. 2.10
FOK SALE—Cordwood und ili ine't
fir wood. Also 4 horses for sule. Apply
bam, corner Ridgeway and 7th street,
nr I'. I). Hux 2014, 173
FOK SAI.K OK RKNT-A lent hous"
21x17, block from Lonsdale, vvutiTcon
venient, and stove included. Apply
Hox AOD, Express Ollice. II )
Grading on Lonsdale Ave. Practically Completed
Coiiiinittco Appointed to Attend to Low
ering of Car Traclu
The ucling city
the council last i
that  body lhal   Ih.
I'ligHitcr
tcning
grading
wrote I-
in form in.
un  Lous
dale avenue  will   be  practically  com
pletcil Ihis week ami il wuulil be ud
visublc lo lower the strecl car track'
between   the   waterfront    uml
road.    I'nless this  is done ul   uncc
serious accident is likely tu uc ur.
letter also emunuted  from  Mr.  A.
Perry, the local manager of lbc I;
Klectric, staling  tbut   in  reference
tile council's proposal lu pul a pern
iiciil paving on l.onsdule tne
the   "i'l' 111"! I   to   1st   street
was to be done un the nurth side uf
that street, then the special work for
the junction of First uud Lonsdale
will huve tu be ordered at once and il
will take several months before il con
be delivered as il would have, lu bo
specially ordered.
The mayor, iu connection with this
raising  and   lowering  of   Ihe   Hacks,
suggested thst
Keith puinled lu go
me a,Mr   Perry.
a   committee   In
into  the  inciter
I's
	
ue fn j
if   llu
A
lliul tbey vvanti
as little delay ;
Tbe commitEc
Hiss uml   Aid.  Fraser,
muyur, will also tuke up lhe -am
nun as il affects Fell avenue.
favored Ihi:
■ll lhe vviirli
is possible,
e appointed
ap
wilb
sling
wilh
iere   AM
wilh   llu
Ijues
Local Mill Burned
i ih<
Seymour   Lumber   Company   8iist.un.
Heavy Loss
| The regular monthly meeting
.lucul Hoard of Trade will lake pit
I tomorrow nigbl in the city bull, wl
'some questions of public moment i
xpectcd tu arise.
The lire which has been ruging in lit-
limber in the inouutuin upuu which lhe
Seymuur Lumber Cuinpany is operating
gul beyond control this mi    ami
despite the must streuuuus exertions ut
tu. 1,cl the buildings consuming bull'
the saw mill uml lhe sbingc mill. The
total loss will approximate $5i),uil0
Arc you
League!
a   member   uf   llic  N    \
Cti  FIELD COMPANY  CANADI
> AN ENOINEEBB
Men wishing to Join thc (Ith Field
Company, Canadian Engineers can do
oo by attending at tho city hall ou
Tuesday orouuig, tho llth of May,
at 8 p.m.
J. EADE8 WABD, Capt.
tth Field Co., Can. Eug.
The extensive repairs being cxeedlel
on thc Chelobsin al the Wallace Ship
yards have suffered delay through th.
rivettora, hoilcrmakers and oilier men
employed upon lbc work striking for u
general increase iu wagea on Saturday
morning. According to the Officials of
lhe company, however, satisfactory
ci uu "i    have now been made and
most of the strikers have returned tu
work.
ELDER MUBBAY 00. LTD.
i   •   Ua Liquidation)
17 Lousdalo Avenue, North Vancouver,
Notice is hereby given that, a meet
ing of credittyfoT'thc above company
will be held at 17 Lonsdale Avenue,
North Vancouver, on Monday, the 27th
day of May, 1612, at 11 o'clock iuth;
forenoon.
WILLIAM ti. cumi;.
Liquidator.
Protect your family by joining t'u;
LONSDALE THEATBE
"Forgiven'' is the title of the uffcr
iug of the (loldcn Le Paige Co. for (he
week commencing Kith May.   This is
a drama of unusual strength and hit'
been carefully  eust   In bring  oot   the
best in lbc vurious comedy and drums
lie    situations    in    which    this    pis;
abounds. Those who have been delight
ed wilh lbc I'ti'dii- ium of "The Private
Secretary'.' will have an opportunity
to see sn  entirely  different  style of
pluy handled by this company duriu.i
next week.   Tuesday, lhe 14th, will be
.l   i   . .    •.    . .,m    i ciiltng scrtnus troiilil
the laat opportunity lo ace' lhe Juveu !       , ,
.,     „   .",       ,,      ,   . ii   woollier whicii
lie   Bostouinns,"   who   are   so   well
FOK SALE- House, snap, 19th street
ami St. (leorge's Avenue, 0 rooms, ce
ment basement, piped for furnace, lot
1,'ixlui) to Iuue, fenced in ami garden.
Now routed (22.50 per month. Price
♦2,650, $260 cash, balance $51) mouth
ul  7 per cent. Owner, Hox  1815, cily
Foil BALE—Best view comer lot on
the Brand Boulevard with new strictly
modern 10 room house, $8.1)1)0. |3.000
cash, balance over .'I years. Terms In
suit. House .'17x44 'over all. 10 rooms
ulsu bulb, punlry and trunk rooms, two
lire places, biscmcnt with hot air fur
itace, hot :ii"l cold water in bed
rooms, three verandahs. I'. 0. Ho,
22211, North Vancuuver. I'liune LI25,
ID li
FOK BENT
ROOMS FOH RENT-Ilousokeoping
ami single.   218 2nd street cast.
FOR HKNT-2 roouied shack with
wutor uud cookstove. Apply Mrs.
Knight, 7th ami Hidgewny Avouuo. 7-0
TO KENT—1-rooni Hut ,bulh room,
ull lurge, overlooking I.onsilule Gardens, First street eust. Phone ll.ill.185
TO LET- New housekeeping rooms,
two anil three room suites, (I uml 11.69
per room. 1108. Second Street west II) 6
FOK BENT—Modorn furnished ruum
steum healed, hot und cold water, excellent view (First Street Rooms) ovor
the Empire Theatre, l'opulur prices.
»• I1"'
FOR BENT—targe store aud fuur
i.min Hat, complete with bulb room.
Fine position on comer of Centre Roud
ami car line. Apply Merchants Trust
Ji Trading Co., 1)41 Pender "tree! »«t.
ur  Lynn   Vulley  branch -ollice.     t.f.
MISCELLANEOUS
(let it at I "ii.'s'liils riuiimnci   I'liune J!)
Violin. Mandolin uml Pluno. Twenty
lessons for IS A|.|il) I' I). llux 2126.
Nurlh Vnncuuvei' 11 •'
Practical fireplace chimney bui'dcr
ami cement Huurs. Estimates given on
all kinds uf brick wurk. lulin Mellon
Dell, P. I). Hox 2005 or lllll Oth stroot
west, Norlh Vancouver. 10-5
If VI
u.
llltvc
any |
imperii
■' lo
sell and
want t
JUil
It   re
suits,
list it
wil
li Sborl.
Robert
son
uud
Seymour.
ti.
Dressiiinkcr, thoroughly competent,
would gu out by (be day. Ladies' tai
lured suits, dresses, every description
Ulouscs, children's frocks. Apply Hon
AC7, Kxprcss Ollice. II 15
If ytui huve uny prupcrly lu sell urn'
want quick results. I irst - i I with Sborl,
Robertson uml Seymour.     , t.f.
I. lluv ins, l.'.'ltl Lonsdale Avenue,
North Vumouver, .abincl maker, 'in
pouter, painter, glazier, etc., general re
  1 pairs  und   jobbing   wnrk   n   specially.
FOK  BALE-Sellings  o(  Mammoth '■ Personal ultei'lion. HI 5
POULTRY    FOB    SALE
Pekin Ducks. Prize slruiu. Phono IOC. I 1	
.     • '    NOTICK - (.'uVponlers leaving saws ,i|
FOK BALK- Sellings of Eggs and   12111 Lunsdule Avenue at nigitl will lc
day ul.l chicks from prize bred ti. ti.
While Leghorn, Partridge Wyandottes
ami Uulf Orpingtons. Mrs. J. K. Lee,
Lynn Valley Poultry Yards, Dempsey
Ruad, Lynn Valley. Leave car at Oen
Ire Ruad. Postal address, Hox 2114,
N.  Vaueouver. t.f
ready for use the fulluwing morning.
Dowie, practical suvv filer and grinder
^   10 1,
I).   ('.   Livery  and   Hoard   (tables--
Light   rigs  uud   ladies'  saddle  horses
for hire.   Stabling for horses.     (let,-
 ^^ eral delivery and heavy learning.     II
= Dumas, 4th sir^u-l west. Phone 347 t.f.
Lumi   Clearing   aud' (Jrudiog   Lots,	
Pete Andruss, General Contractor. Se      Hig urrivnl iif new  laid eggs, gum
wcr connections a specialty, basement unlceil, 11 dozen for $1.1)1) or by (be cat"
and olber oxcuvuting wurk undertaken. .'IS cenls.  Also rubber tire buggy unl
lisliiuatcs free.   527 St. (leorge's Avo., harness for sale.   J. Diersscn, Coloui-l
Nortb Vancouver, twst office box 2393 Apartments. 21 1
Of Interest Locally
IIIRTH—On May 14th at North Van
■ouver the wifb uf L, W. S. Goodbody
Ird street cast, of a sou.
Mrs   II. I).
un Tliursduy,
season.
Ruggles will not receivi
I lilh inst.. nor aguiu tin
known here and who sail fur Honolulu
thc following day.   Prices of admission
Of Interest to The Valley
HOBN-To Mr. and Mrs Win. der
iiiyn, I'eler Road, Muy lllh, a son.
Mrs. Harold While of Toronto is vi-
iiing her brother, .Mr. Wm. Oermyu,
Peter Road.
Bush fires arc mulling Iheir appear
ance in and around the  Valley, iudl
lu the warm
now prevails.
The Norlh Vancouver City Hand will
render a musical enlcrlalniucnt tumor
cents; balcony, 50 cents.
for Hus performance ure: lin.uml llu^r, [ row evening in the Institute Hall for
' which a Hue program has been urrung
ed. Dancing will proceed ufler lhe en
lerlainmcnl.
On Sunday -evening nttxt at the In
The production at  the "Lonsdale"
last night of the American drumu '' For
given" was rendered in a forceful uml Mlllt Haf|'|,,, KniMt j)a)|
well finished manner.   Tins piny   gives
au eutlre change of plot to those of tin)
last Itoo or three weeks, lhe scene be-
will
glvi
a lecture illustrated by lantern slide..,
and his subject will be connected wiln
Ihe  proposed  liquor liccuse tot   tbe
ing laid iu the southern Stales, it prov Valley.' Dr. Hali is auxfou* lo include
cd a strong change and should ,draw iu j,j, ejjtyattg all who aro In livor ol
good bouses during the remainder of the wj,j license and wishes all 'o feel free
tifk. lo ask any qaestlons on this all lm'
portanl subject.
Protect yourself by Joining tho IfctV
League.
ftholfc^
V
You had better join the N. V. J^ague,
!    Mr. ninl Mm. John Barclay have re
turned lo the city ufler visiting Maui
lol'U.
Mrs. A. M. Tyson has returned In
tbis eity after a plcasanl sojourn in
Eastern Canada.
Mrs. J. Sidney Rogers, -11. and Ridge
way, will receive on Thursday and nol
again'until fail.
Yesterday was thc fifth anniversary
uf the incorporation of the city of
North Vucouvcr.
Assistant' Fire Chief Turner of Cal
gory who was formerly North Vancouver's fire chief, visited this city ycslcrilay aud looked up many of his oil
friends.
Burglars, please nolcl The local police department hus been furnished
with a ii.ur foot steel safe equipped
with a Vale combination, the mysteries
of which are known only to the chief
of police and ono other official. The
safe is fireproof aud of tbe very latest
design, wbilo its gross weight is such
that It wai by far the most cumbersome of tbe many objects that hav
been bustled up the police ateps.
midnight on Saturday.   West   Vauco"
ver's visiting list wus also a remarkably  extended   one.  the  launches Set
Fuum ninl Wesl Vuncouver being kepi
busy throughout thc duy.   The Iruns
porlatiiui compauy arc making arrange
minis  In hnve the luller boat  placed
jpcrinsiieiitly in service  siuce the beuu
I ties of West Vancouver uud lli^' weather
1 scent tu l>e collaborating in attracting
the crowds towards Hollyburn and tho
[other pleasant  resorts of the inunii i
polity,
According to tho ferry returns for
Sunday about 11,400 persons crossed the
Inlet from Vancouvor. The number two
boat made excellent time, having had
her aecond now boiler installed after
THEOHOPH1CAL SOCIETY
Enquirers class meets every Wedncs
day evening at 8 p.m. Elementary study
and que liun.. You are cordially Invil
ed to attend. Room 16, Aberdech bull.1
ing. Theosopbical free library.
NOTICF. is hereby given that th.'
partnership hitherto existing between
Roberl Phillips, forey Booth uud (leor^ ■
Phillips, lining business omler lhe name
and style of North Vuncouver Transfer
Cuinpany, has Ihis duy beeu ilissolvcil
by mutual consent. Percy Booth re
tires from the firm and lhe business
will be continued by Robert Phillip
and Oeorge Phillips under lhe name of
North Vancouver Transfer Company,
AH tbo debts due the said Company
ore to be paid lo llobert Phillips ami
George Phillips, by whom all stuns ow
ing by tho Company will be paid.
' Dated at Nort/i Vancouver, Muy J4ll\
JO.'II.
b. Pfmipivs,
OEOROK PHILLIPS.
P. BOOTH. 2| 5
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Bank of Mon
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Established ISI 7
Capital (paid up)
Reserve     • •'•   »
$15,413,000
$15,000,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Savings Bank Department
INTEREST PAID AT CURRENT RATES
North Vancouver Branch:
Mt. Crown Bldg., lit Street
F. A. MACRAE,
Manager
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Interest
Lands   Titles   Oommtsslon   Concludes
Sessions-- Arguments of Counsel.
FOR RENT
We have a nicely furnished 6 Room
House, centrally located. ' Can be had
on a day's notice. Rent $45.00 per
month.
NORTH VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE CO.
UO Eiplanade. Phone 227
R. C. BISS
J. A. WOODS
fifteenth St.
50ft. x I40|l. practically cleared and
a Block Iiiiiii Carline-.
Price $1200.00 on Inuis ol one-
third cash, hai. 1), 12, k, IH months,
I* or lurther particulars of the aliTive see
C. E. LAWSON & CO.
We represent the London & Lancashire Insurance Co.     A
sound Board Company.   K you have anything to insure we can
do it lor you.
Phone 70 15 Lonsdale Ave. I'. 0. Box IHI6
Palace Hotel
Second Street, North Vancouver, B. C.
FINEST ROOF GARDEN ON PACIFIC COAST
Rates:—$2.00 per day up.   Spaiul
rales In families uud to refftilai boarders.
RFDA & ANDRUSS
Proprietors
Telephone 329.
p. o Box -im
Nortb Shore Coal& feed
Company
HAY, GRAIN, COAL and FEED
All Telephone Coal Orders Promptly Delivered
WHARFAGE TO RKNT
Wharf: Halloa Ave., Esplanade Wcsl. hii',  MITCHELL,
Offlce: New Block, .1 doors from Lon.'.'l.ile, Esplmiedo W. Manager
(loniiiiiasioiiiir   W,    A.   Ma<-1 lixuilil,
li. C, Itourtl argiimoiitii of rounrll im
Tlinrmluy  Fith   re«|ieiit.   to  tlm  mm
i|iiiirler  interest   of  Hie  |ir|ivini'o  in
ull Intuit) snli iliviili'sl inlo lols of Inns
Iiiun iiiui iieni mn Ii.   Tlio iime on lie
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hall' of |iro|>i'rt,y iiwiicru wus,argUOil
hy   Mr.   W.  Hurl Mi'lluru  mul  (I.  .1.
White.
Mr. ■!■ Ii.ii, nollltoil out Ihul llm Ai'l
of liSDii, riitiorviitii to llui novoriiiiitiiit
iiiui-isj'uiirier Interesl iu all towiisilns,
wus passad lu iitt'i'i llm iiiiiiliiioiis
arising in eonsotjaence of n I";' niiuiiift
liiioin iu tho [iroviuco ul ihul nui''.
Owing to tho lii|>iinrii|>liiinl ftiiiilllioiis
thero woro only jilols hem mul there
oo Iho siilfs ul llm Iiase of mountains
whore towns coulil lm oslalilislicil,
H|ieeulators look iiihiiuluon of nils'..
staked nul these sites uml many In'
.uni... rifli, while llm government reaped uo advantage, llu instameil Hi"
Hituationti in ItoHtilaiiil, tVrnm uu I
olher towns in Kooli'iiuy in support
of this contention. In these liniiletl
areas luwiis were liuill up. It's for
whul constituted u "lown" he i|itot.''l
the ili'llnition of llu1 Imperial diction
ary, wlu-ro il wus miiiwn to lm ilerivml
Iiiiiii "lyiniin," nicuiiiii|; Ull tin In-
tin', ii.-. applying to towns, whiili ii.
il,it'll limes were wnllcd in uiul t'nrli
Bo.l. Utterly il nieunj a nillt'.-lioii
of houses, "town" us opposed In coun
try. A "lnl" wus ilewrilmd us ■
jdocu nr portion of (trouiul "iillolled''
to unyoiic for llm purpose of liiiildiuu.
mi     Hiu   wus llu' 'h-lni'l  Iii'lwi'i'ii
llm two, so Ilml H was mi.li'in lliul
"liitttisilo," ns usi'.l in Ilie Uud Acl
liardlj   applietl  in  Ilie slrul   rente lu
ill,    -IlliilltisioilS   llll!   i'lllll!ll-ililllis|    llll'l
hiieli culisitlerillg. II wns itnlinl Ilml
llio legislature recogni/i'd Ihul Hm pro
visions of the Uiul A.i ol IMMI did
not apply lo modern t uiulilioiis. .-inn'
tu llllli limy paised un nmciidnieiil
loacing mil the wurd "town'1 nnd spe
tifyiit|r only the si/.e of Ilie lnnd.
Counsel iiinlintii'il Ihut lie . onsidt'ii d
Ihul lhe goveruineiil tnujl ho hound li)
the nets of ils own ollieiuls iu tin' Lund
Itl'sgistry ollif..', Uiul frnm the etidelu e il
appeared thai litem1 ulli'iuli- hud luken
il for grunted thai llm Ael di I nut up
■ily In siil'dit iisiiiiis- in inuii nitini.'ipuli
lies. Tins appeared In I"' llm M" 'i
lul.i'ii hy two former r. -i-trur- who
had uppeareil licl'i|re the eoniniissioii,
while llic prescnl r.'|i>.*lriir had heeu
deputy ulloroey genornl wlun Ike Acl
wits passed.
iiiiiiinissiiiiicr MacDonald at Ihis
point staled thai there wus uu rme|i
linn In Ihis. Mr. Tolinic iu his evi
di'ine had staled Ilml llm lnnd registry
uDiciuls knew well Ihul lin Ini.l acl
was intended lo lie ohcu'd, l.ul had
ncitlcctcd lo "In')' il.
Mr Mcllarg t'oiitiini.'l inul unyhow
as fur us  North   Vancouver   "«-  "'»
iirniil il wus nine yeurs si  tin silo
;,h,,u hud ili'vidopi'tl there, nnd purlies
who owned llic laud begun lo siilidnidc
iiii.l file plans, nnd from Ihul liIRe till
iiluiiil u yeur ago llii*e plans were uc
,,'|,le.| nii'l lilies issued wtlhoul i|ues
liun. He I'lrlninl;. Ihuughl lliuljk
giivemuieui  lhroii|ili il> ollniuls allow
juiH inn nl purchasers lo eoitie in und
purthasi: proper!) musl !»' Iiouinl I1.''
j the in Is of its nili'i.il- In Ilml respect
they were in the suuie | m slum lis Ihe
nllicials in the lund- .J.'j.ilrlui.nl ul
Victoria, und he had never l.iinun Hie
giivcrnllieiil   In luil  lo  -lnnd  I'.v   llui'
IU Hull-
•NORTH VANCOUVER CITY PBHKIKrt, MMI'fKJ)
TIME TABLE  TAKINct EFFECT MABCH 1st. 1912.
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•7.00
'7.20
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•8.00
8.20
•8.40
9.00
M0
9.40
10.00
10.80
10.40
11.00
11 vi
I M'l
lioo
J 2.80
18.40
140
1,20
1.40
iJOO
8.80
Leave   Vancouver
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Leave Nortli  Vancouver
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11.20
11.40
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1.40
2.00
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P.M.
2.20
8.40
3.00
3.20
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4.00
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6129
,8.40
6.00
6.20
0.40
7.00
7.20
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8.00
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9.00
9.30
10.00
10.30
11.00
J 1.40
12.40
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3.00
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4.00
4.20
4.40
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6.80
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6.00
6,20
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7,00
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8.00
8.30
V.00
8.30
10.00
10.30
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11.30
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* imuAet "Vet oa Sunday."    Time tabic sghject to change without
nbtkt. Ooapauy not liable for delays, accidental or otherwise.
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A.M.
As.a roiicrclc inslum e ol how' iimo
centi/- lols hud Ihtii Imugltl and ivold
in ignorance of uny goverunit'ul re
servalion, lm riled Ilie case of WW acre.
of lund which hud been lirsl purclnscd
in |.ur.els of uir.ii|/.' ol loinidernld.'
si/e, these ii,j.ri wire divided into live
aire plots, uiul the live in re plots by
intermediate stages were finally curved
into 33 fnot Jo.lS. II was reasonable to
suppose Ihul Ihe purchaser of Ilie -*-*-
fool lol would take it for granted thul
all conditions of I ill.' had been coin
plied wit li by previous holders. While
he had been in opposition to lhe gov
eminent in many matters, lm consider
cil Ilml Iheir action in passing an
aiiieinlinenl uiul, iu|) il certain Ihul Ihere
would bu uo reservation Irom the land
sold ul public ouilioii in I'uiol drey,
Norlh Vuneoovcr und Hustings- Town
site was a right one, since it removed
any possible cloud frum Hie title.
Himself u Hootli African campaigner,
Mr. Mi'llarg uuUirullv .devilled con
sidcrablc attention to the lumi granted
under South African wnrrunls. II"
consiilcred Ihcse warrants upurl from
beiug a reward for public service wen;
given also for lius Mfposc<*0f oncour
aging settlement, iu British Columbia,
nnd liolhiug coulil be more conducive
to settlement than to grimf I'"1 acres,
and I heu to subdivide il. On the other
bai'il il. would be deterrent to settle
in-ill if Ihe government afterwards
took away a portion of these Iota.
These lands had been exempted from
taxation for five years, aud. generally
tie wording of the aet placed it io an
altogether different position to tliat
of other land acts,in Hie provintiti. It
waa ipilto evident, tkat tko government,
itilondiiil in givo tlio land to the vul
notour free from revisions or uny other
impediment. In conclusion Mr. Mellaril
ihiinl.cil (luinmissiuiier Miu'Dniiul'l for
Hiu courtesy ami patience with which
ho kail edniluctail Hid commission
llii'iiiiuliiiut. i
Mr. 11. .). White ugrooil with Mr. Me
Ilurg Unit, tko goveriijiiant. must  lm
humid by Hit) nets of ifs ollieials, lliul"
especially an the failure of the lumi
registry tillieiiils lo notice nr specify
uny distinction between such lund in
thai under Houlli Africiin warrants was
duo it| large nieiisiini In Iho fuiliiro of
tlio governmeut to provide the offices
wilh  spni'illu  forms for  tlcnliiig  wilh
this land us distinct front uther lumi.
Thu I rouble wus, Ihul iu u great tlcul uf
this luiul  thut liad  boon   bought  u
ut rcage uiul divided uiul subdivided, Hie
original I'rown   grant   cont a I tun)   no
meiiliiin of nny, rosorvulion, and sub
sctpienl lilies followed (hi: loud.   How
were llm later purchasers lu know that
oun i|iiiirliir was tu he convoyed I   The
system udopled by tho government iu
keeping track of these titles wae tleliei
out uud calculated tu put purchasers oil'
iheir guard.   He contended thut if llm
government m iiHied on the relitru of
mtiuelary  vulue for ils one fourth in
terest it should iu all fairness be based I
mi lhe nriginal eust of the lund when
purchased from the government.
I'nless some special occasion should
arise for il, it is mil likely thai uny
further sittings nf the commission will
he held. As u great tlcul of evidence
hits In he considered ('tiiniuissioiier Dine
Donald expects Ihut il will be some
linm before his report cun be thud.'
kuown.
' It was a i'iini'1 heritage Hint
■flWirjjo Hamilton tlmilnn tint Imrn-ini*
llot'uinlior. duy 70 yearn ago. lie was,
if ho lunl lived, the ussiiriul heir to
the tjties of uiirl, viscount ami luir.ni
(mul tn llm largo ostulua which weh)
thou onjqfod hy his gi'inull'iiliiiir, thu
foitrtii lord. Hu hud in liis voius the
blood of iiuiiibiirs of well born uncus
lurs, from Ihu days w|ieu I'ulrick dor-
don of Md hlm pluyeil u lending purl
in Hi'iillimd under tho Hrst .lumes, itinl
ito himself wouhl bu llm sixth of ,1
line of oarls wl|ti hud muted with the
iliiuglili'i's of greal Br.oltisli houses.
titieh was tho heritage of lieorg.)
(loriliin, who wns filled, allhuiigh Mm
earldom was ttieu his, lo eiuLhis days
us a seaman before ihe nuisyjlf bbiiibII
trading vessel, and ilisgnisoVliy n namo
nol his own, belore he lunl soon hi-
llnilii'lli year.
As a buy, litis heir lu lhe Aberdeen
hoiiilrs wits mil us olher boys of nulile
birll|. Thero waa a vvuyward, niiiiiiidm
strain in his blood which nn pureiilgl
frowns   qr   correctioii   could   control
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Long b.eforti ho bad rouched Iuh tiicns
llU-UllUUUUClllI lliu iiiti'iilltll) |||!
a snilnr, Ho wus never happy oxcopl
when ho wus on Iho sea and, wu m >
tuld, he would slual away fram lliu cu.
tie Hint wus his homo and pjioud,night
ftl'ter nigbl wills llio hftfflltgJIslicri i
of lloililtim flipping back to |ietl curly
tup nest morning bofore Ike ensile wi.
nivalin. Ilis cliOBon I'uiiipnniptiii vveiv
llm Usher lin I s uiul limn of his fiivoriii
haunts Iho i|iuiy and tho bpueh mul his
grealeat ilulighl g seal iu a ||uul.
i'tir rank and curiiiiiuuiiil lie cawj
mil u llg. To llm Usher folk of lind-
iinm he tens jusl plliin "(leordn: linr
iluu''; unil plain lluoi'dio eiiuiiislenl.-
ly Im li'liillinrd In Ilis llisi iltty, vvhclhei'
he was known ih Ihu peerage • .a
as Huron llnddu lit cnurlc-v' title
whicii was Iiis while alill in lltu
teens) nr as Um Hi|fkl lloiioiirnblo'lha
Km n) Aberdeen, double vi.sciiiinl un.l
four fold Iiiiinii of his irilcr veins.
Ilul iti il.ll Its he yearned fur llu  In .•
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Romance of Earl's Lost
Brother
Mimy ut' uur pi'i-rs  have niiiiL'  |.i
lliuir i 'irniM'b iiikI ii Ureal rttl ntUd'n \\
r|l|lHril)UH   tUtli.h   ol    \\u"   will's!   ft'   I'M'
iwnc; ImiI not mn »r iIiimii iill uii 11 it
iiriTiiiiiituiH'OB mi IHU ut' roiiiaiMi' imt
luifii'-ly un |iii\i* ii heat in tlie Iiuiim
ul' lunl,- In In.- cNt. linn ;. ihr Karl ul
UitTiltvn, vieyroy ul' Ireland, uiie ilaun
ary ilay -11 yearn U|i» ,wrihN ilmrniiji
Hall in Muileni Boeiety. f
Tli in .siraiij/e ulory  is iinu  alum-:
I'urputli'ii,  luil    lliero   are   xmn-   \\'n«
,.' \i i win Ihu 111 tii *la> ul ■!.».. ..li i   ua
lhe cal.'inlar without payiny a iiil.ui
ul'  ri.'gri'l   lu  lieurye,  hixHi   carl,  uvi
\\\\wii brief life the witters ul a  <n-
uml  nea  cIum-iI  mi  thai   ill lah i  .1,
in IbiD.
We invite all those who intend building a m.w house
to call and iee our display of doors which     ^
we haw on hand. We have a large
assortment of  the  latest
patterns and solicit
a call from
you
Dickinson & Son, Ltd.
P. 0. Box 1719.
l-Sl'l-ANADi; EAS'I
We *have a Large and Exclusive List
D.L 265 and D.L 273
PROPERTIES
ALEX. SMITH & COY.
Phone 24. P.O. Box 1820
NORTH VANCOUVER
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DISTRICT LOT 550
CORNER LOT In, BLOCK 13
CORNER LOT ID. BLOCK 30
INSIDE LOTB IN BLOCK It.
INSIDE LOTS IN BLOCKS If; ilul I..A
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DOUBLE  CORNERS  IN   BLOCKS 11.   i.iA   IU mitl 1UA        il.'nu i,„li
FRONTING BOULKVARD ON JONES AVENUE
LOTS I and !,, Bluck lilllA, D I.t, Ull .mil Uli,
TERMSi 13 Caeli, Balance 1) aud l\i„„i,il,.
BUSINESS PROPERTIES
l-IRS'l .SIKI I.T
Blork 154   h ft.
Mlotk hfi   IS fi.
SF.COND STRI-KT
Block Vil   100 li.
Block 155   50 Ji.
THIRD STRF.F.T
Block \M   50 li.
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I'or liriccs ami lei ins apply to
The  North'   Vancouver  Land  and
Improvement Company
Limited Liability
Norlh Vancouver Agents for
LONDON AND BRITISH NORTH AMKKICA CO.
I .muled
543 PF-NDLR STREET.
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Phone Seymour 62M
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THE EXTENSION
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TELEPHONE
IN THE HOME
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AN Extension Telephone
once installed proves
its value. It earns its
way every day. With an
extension telephone upstairs
you do not have to go downstairs to answer when the
bell rings. If you are upstairs you do not have to go
downstairs to call someone.
The service costs only a
little over 3 cents a day,
with no charge for installation. Call COMMERCIAL
MANAGER, Phone 98.
British Columbia Telephone Co.,
IJmitcd
THE
Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
HAY, GRAIN, and FEED MERCHANTS
POULTRY SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY
ALSO
GRASS and CLOVER SEEDS, SEED
POTATOES, and FERTILIZERS
Our Prices are right, and deliveries prompt
OFFICE: 116 ESPLANADE, EAST PHONE 4
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All New.       No Old Stock.
Fine assortment of Flower
and Garden Seeds in pack-
52;	
Sweet Peas by the oz.
These   come  in  Muck,   While,
Lavender, Pink ami lied or mixed.
Special Lawn Grass, -   SO i Is. Ib.
Selected White Clover, - 65 cti. Ib.
North Shore Drug Co.
P. S. THOMAS, Phm. B.
Druggist, 116 Ksplauade Weit
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A Good
Present
Solid you friends who arc Interested
lu the Norlh Short > copy of
"The Express"
It will keep litem posted on all
North Shore Nows uid will only coit
you
$1 per year
Where He
Was
On Sl. Patrick's Day In Ihe
Morning
By NORA B. SHEA
ll wns lliu evening belore Ht, I'ut-
•k'li'sS ilny, HUG, lu Ireland, Tlie moon
vug nl the full und ehunu will) unusu-
il imi.hut.'.:, Dennis ti n.'iiiiiiii.' a
/oung iiiun ol twenty-two, mounted ou
i black mure, wus trolling ou a rout}
lelweeu lilllnrney ami Troli'o ou bla
way lo a bull nt Ibo latter pluee. Bud-
leuly catching sight of u light sumo
lisluiieo 11tim lltu roud, he drew iolu
mil thrust bis lm ml In under bis wulat-
ioiii Io pull bis wudili from bla fub.
it wus uut there, nnd be remembered
that bo lunl left II at home.
Now, whut bo wished his watch for
wus to nolo lite limo that he might de
ride whether lo ulteiupt something
Hint popped Inlo bis bend at Rcelug the
light referred lu. lu the bouse where
It shone lived ICIIeeu Mnvouiuccn, u
young girl whom Dennis would hure
gladly wiiui'il hud he been pei'inlllcd lo
do so. Dentils wns Inclined to be a
IrlBe wild, uml Eileen wus warned by
her parents In buve uutblng to do wllh
hlm.
Noverlbeless lbc young mnn wus es
pcclally attractive lu gli'ls. Uo was
lull uiul 'Mis', ninl it muss of light curls
fell down over his ibouldcra. Tender
hearted lo n fuull, It wns suspected
ilmi for ihe benefit of others in distress be lunl trespassed un lhe luw by
inking n purse un ihe highway, The
O'Hrndy. n rich landowner, lunl beeu
stopped one night on the mini, unil lulor
one of his tenuuls, a poor woninii for
whose eviction he had given orders,
linicl llic reul In colus, one of which, n
pocket piece. The O'drntly recoglllled
us having been luken from hlm liy the
highwayman The story got abroad
ihul Dennis O'Doiiobue, sympathizing
wilb the woman, hud robbed lhe lnnd
lord nnd given the money to his tenant to suve lu'i' Irom eviction. Thut
the rubbery hnd'tnken pluee lur Ibnt
very purpose wns (rue. luu Deuuls
O'Donubue lunl niiililng lo do wllh It.
It occurred lo Dennis Mint he would
love lo lulte Eileen wllh hlm lu llic
bull ut Tiuli'i.' lli't' father uml molbei
were elderly people, ond II wus Uuii
custom lu go tn luil at (I o'clock every
nlghl. It might lie possible lu lake hei
wllh hlm uud bring her buck wllboiil
Iheir knowing of her absence.. The
hour wus iiluiiil II, luil he ilul mil kuow
whelher ll wns it mile before or u Unit
ulld II. lie dure mil gu before inul did '
uut like to lose (Imu by fine (uo luiin
tiler.
While he wns deliberating lie beurd
lhe suund of burse's hoofs coining frum
Hie dlrecllon of Trulce He wuuld ,
,iwuli iin; rider's coming uml in-l. Hit
lime. A mini un horst-liucl. drew ueni.
uud when hu cumc up Dennis suit] lu
it iniltl voice:
"I l«'g yuur pardon for slopping jou ,
sir. but would yuu (ell me whul u'rlu.k
ll Isi"
Dennis' buck wns lo (he moon, nhlii
ihe horseman faced II, uml Deunis nr
ogulied The O'Orudy, Tbe o'liradj
l.s .ii.ii. .1 The voice souuded like ilml
uf O'Doiiobue. by whoiii he hollered
hu Iiiui licet) robbed Dennis' hurse t.'.i.*
i.-.-il.-:.- iiiiiI. Iiiruliig, espusctl Dennis
luce lu the uiooii Tlio (l'(lrnd) Ihrnsl
his hiiitd uuder his cont us II in i.iU
out bis wiilih. bul lusliinl drew it i-
tul uiul I'oiiiiiit^.' ii ul Dennis' hoiiil.su.,1
"ll is 11 ine for you to move ou. Din
uls i) I iish,,hu,s. nnd I would uilil-c
)on tu go to one uf the Aiiicrliiiu n I"
tiles, fur If yon ever appeal In I.iii.i
: ty again III bring you tip fut inti
uuy rubbery Twice Is um e Ino ullen i
fui yofi lo rub Iho siiiuc person''
Wilh Ibis, sllll covering Dctinh will.
his pistol, he ineed on his hurse, Iiuv ,
lug Deuuls standing In (ho ruud mn11
with uslunlsliiiirul Dennis knew ul
un. u ihul (his evidence ugnlusl l.lm
liiktii wllh Hie suspicion of uuolliei
rubbery, would convict lilm of b, lug u i
highwayman and Hint meant either a
lung Imprisonment ur dculli Hi
thought ul Inking The O'tlrady's ml
vice und. ridiug over to Cork, luke shl|,
fur Virginia. Instead he cum Iu.l.-.l
(o ilde uver lu see Eileen uml leil
ber whut liud occurred. This would I
lesseu Hie blow lu ber, uud she could
.■ipinlii lbe inulloi to his ftilbor uml
uul her
Tho l.i'iit now mudo no dllTercii>o li
lilm. su ho put spurs lu his horse und
sin reaching Hie gule threw Ibe brldb
■ fin uver n picket and  went up Ihr ;
walk lo the huuse.    Tipluelng on lu i
the purcb, he suw Kllccu silting alum I
lu Ibe living room    A lap ou the win
dow arrested tier ulleulluu. und. turn
lug, sbe suw Deunis' fuce agaiuit Iht
paue.    i'lilllng Iki linger lo hl-i lips
she went softly tu the dour uud Its! hiu
Into Ihe room.
"Whul   is   II,   Dennisi"   Sbe  asked.
uisiiui'ii at bis rueful appearance.
"Hav* yonr fslbur aud mother gone
lo bed?" be whispered.
"Vas."
Dennis told his story, llnlihlug by
tylog that he saw no hope for Lliu
but to go to Virginia. Klleen's 00110
tinsuce fell at this. She stood ibluk
Ing.
"Wby don't you prove au alibi, Dm
uls?" sbe asked presently.
"An ullUV"
"It* Tbe muKisiruie will bavs
oul; The O'Ursdy's word (bat bs mat
you on tbo rotd. If you can prove
yoo were sumewhere sits bis evidence
will bs worthless"
'But bow an I do Ihltr ,
"Have you a gosd horse7"
"No h»Hnr In Iwlaqil.    I hMTQWed
my friend Mike Qbgunesiy'a mare.
She's not only won races for; bin, but
ins grout cmlurnuco."
"Well, ride all nigbt, and In tbe
■noi'iiiug mil; with some one you can
{ut for a witness to testify that you
wero with bim"
"Oo the morning of St. Patrick's
layi  Ah. Eileen you're a Jewell"
And so after a down kisses Dennis
remounted the mare and away .bs
went In the moonlight. Hiding on to
I'm lee, which place be made In half
on limn1, bo look a road leading norlli-
ensl ward to l.luicrlck. It Is just fifty
miles from 'J'rnlce to Limerick. It
would not do la aak for relays of
horses, for this might give tway tbe
secret of bis ride. It was 10 o'clock
when ho started. He rode thirty
miles uf the dlstnnce, rested bis horse
for two hours, Iheu went nn, reaching
Limerick at 1 lu Iho morning. But
instead of going Into tbo town be left
It on his rlghl uml crossing tho river
Shannon, struck out fnr Ennls, some
twenty miles farther on. But bo bad
no Idea of using llio mnro to do this
distance nnd, now that bo was sn far
from Inline, concluded to lenvo ber
wllh it farmer and take a fresb
mnniil This lie illtl and at 10 o'clock
In lhe morning rodo up to an Inn lu
Ennls.
The bells were ringing for ninns,
and Dennis Joined a throng going to
Hie church, Seeing a priest going
from his limine lo lhe church, Dennis
lolned lilin mul sulil:
"Fullier. I desire to mnke n contribution on Ilils blessed day of tint pntron
salnl. und I beg ul .vou t) receive It."
To this the I'lli'i-l agreed, nnd Dennis kii vn hlm his contribution.'
"Nuw. failiii.' suhl Dennis, "willyou
tell ine lite lime.''
"There's n cluck In the tower of the
church beyond \uu cuu see for yourself"
"I'm nearsighted   Will yun use your
OWU I'.ICI (ill  IIU'V"
"Ifs III ii'i luck mid llii iiiiiiiilcii."
"Are yuu sine'l"
"I inn "
"Ami I'm gh Ini: you 20 shillings (or
s contribution it- llic church nl twenty-
live initiuli's pust ID un Ihe iiiurulng uf
St, Patrick's duy, nnd don't you forget
It."
"I'll nul tin Hint." said lhe priest.
Deuuls weul lank to Iho Inn. nlc a
gcji.il biieukfiiKl und. his horse having
been foil, muiinlcd and rude bnck lo
where ho li.nl loll the mare. She. loo,
hod lieen reeled sutllclenily to gu on
toward home, bul nt n slow gnlt. Dennis rem hod Kllhirnej Unit night ami
tho next mnrulng appeared mt Hie
street laughing uud lalklng with his
friends wllh bis usual guild mil lire
When The mIrmly beurd Ihul Dentils lunl ii.'in.iini'il lu fuce u charge uf
rubbery mi Hie highway he mude u
charge ugulnsl hlm. nnd Dentils wns
nriesli'd, luticli in Ids sppiirent surprise When Iho pilsoucr wus brought
belure Hie innpisl rule lur eiiiiiiliiiiilun
Hie 'barge wns lead snd he wus naked
whelhei he pleaded guilty or nol guilty.
"I could liiiiilii bu guilty, yuur worship," replied Deuuls. "seeing Ihul I
was nul where Hie charge specifies ut
n limo when my accuser was stopped"
"Where were yuu?"
"I wus In Ennls, your worship"
"That's seventy miles uwuy At
whul time were you In Ennls?"
"I wus ihere uu Ibe uiunilng ol St
Patrick's day."
"('no you pruvc Ihall'1
"Yes. yuur worship"
"By wliuniV"
"Itt t wilness who saw mc Ihere at
ihe lime.
Dennis was given oppurlunli) lu
bring Ids wilness lo Kllhiruc.t. mid
when u prion uf Hie church testified
Hint the prisoner tinve bint mi si I'iiP
rick's duy, al In.'Hi lo the murniug. ID
shillings, nu une dared gainsay tho
'■nil of lhe statement There was
bul une Inference fu be uiudc. which
wns flint The O'lirudy was uilslukou
lu Ills IIIIIII
Nevertheless The O'Urady wns nut
inly sure Hint Dennis was lhe poison
Hint lie bad mel un tbo highway, but
was sure Ihul he had Intended lu nib
lilm II lie bad lind no such design be
wuuld have admitted Ills lili'iiillj und
disclaimed mi)' liileutlun els opt to
lourn Uio Hun.' 'llio accuser blustered
and inked lur lime to pruve Ilml His
alibi wns it put up Jub, but those pies
onl nt the libit considered this u mark
nl disrespect Iui Ibe priest whn bad
given lealliiiuuy, nnd the magistrate
denied lhe request Dennis was ac
quilled and carried out ul the court
un (be shoulders ol bis friends
Nuw, Eileen Miivuprneeps lulber
wus u "good uid Irish gentleman, one
■ii lbe rare old slock,1 uiul. though ne
i'crlulnly would mil huve u highways
mun for a son In law, he was highly
appreciative ul Hie shrewdness ul his
race During Dennis' Imprlsuniueut
1)0 Constantly reminded his daughter
that be bud been light ubout her lover
from Ihe first. Eileen suit) nothing Hll
ofler Deuuls wns ucgullletl. wheu Bhs
told ber liilhet the whule story.
Tlio old gentleman luugbetl all ilml
doy uud, since ho did uoi like I he
O'lirudy over much, vowed Ilml the
defense wus Iho smnrtest trick Ihul
bud ever been perpetrated In the cuun
ly. He luld Eileen tu bring Dennis
to dinner Ihut be might bear the story
from his own lips Deuuls came, nnd
lbe old gonlloiniin was much pleased
with tbe energy and rapidity of bis
movement, bul when he beard Ibat
Eileen inul proposed the plan he was
delighted and, taking bis daughter lo
his arms, told her lhat ao long headed
a gin must be ini ier able to choose t
husband for herself tbau bar futber
tould choose for her.
For long after tbat wbin Dennis
would meet ber Acquaintances bt
would be greeted by:
"Dennis O'Donubue, where were ys
eu St Patrick's day It tbt mornlagr
THSBND
FIT- —
REFORM
FIRE SALE
All This Week at
i
Temporary Premises, 541 Hastings
Street West .
llirough llic permission of llic landlunl wc arc enabled Id have
the store for Iwo more weeks lo allow us lii cleai oul lhe slock
q( summer suits now in storage, which we were unable lo dispose
of owing lo the limited time and store space. ' otne loniglil
and buy high-class clothing foi almost nothing.
Vie especially urge big men lo attend as we have .i very
laige numbci of large sizes ii|) to if), holh in .^inls and oven oats,
( onie and gel three or foui soils for lhe |)ricC of one.
I lundreds of men's cravencllc raincoats, ii|i lo $■)(), sale price
$2.50
Slightly fire smoked suits; regulai price up lo $2i. fire sale price.
per suit
$2.50
lundreds of blight, new summei suits jusl as good as when
ihey lefl the hands of lhe tailor. Kegul.n pine up lo $3")
and $38, for
$7.50, $10.00
$12.00, $15.00
$17.00 and $19.00
Fit-Reform
- *
J. W. FOSTER CO.
NEXT DOOR WEST OF D. SPENCER CO. LTD.
VANCOUVER. B. C.
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THE EXPRESS NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C„ TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1912..
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THE   BXPKB'SS
HOBTH VAHPODVBB BBITISH OOMIMBU
Published Tuesdays nnd Fridays hy North Bhore I'rass, I.imitud.
QEO. II. MOIIUBN, KDITOn AND MANAOElt.
Rates of Subaeriptloiii   (luu yoar, ll.lill.   Sii mouths, 60p.   Throe niontlis, UGu
liiiilinl States uml Foreign, jlB.OIl pur yoar.
Advertising Bates Will Be Quoted un Application.
Tba Espress is devoled to the iutorosls uf llm North Shore of lliirruril I nlnt.
eicltislvoly, It conetittitos on gdvartlslnf iiio.liniu uf exceptional valuo for
reaching in a thorough and oifuctivo manner lliu population of Nurth Vancouvor
Oity and Districl. Every effort is inmlii lo givo advertisers' llio must satisfactory
service.
All changes iu coulrurt nilvorliaonionte ulinnlil lm iu tlio printers' lunula nut
later than 10 a. ni. Mniulny ninl i'i p. iu. Wmluesiiuy to ensure insertion in llio
following isBiie.
stpftv
North Vancouver, B. 0 ~... .May 14, 11)1.1
' CONSOLIDATION OF NOBTH BHOBB
FEBBY BYSTEMS
Hut: nt' Hto iiii.nl Imporlant Biiggci"
Iiiiiih H'ltiili bus been riiti.lt. recently in
ferry matlon is lliul wlii.lt wus liruuglil
tu Hie atleiitiuii nl llm Hoard u| i'i
rectors lit' |lmir lusl niMing by Intei
Inr II. ('. Wriglil lu llic ill'.', i linn
Norlli Vaueouver I'ily Perries l.tiuilel
' cniisitlur lliu advisuliilily uf providiii'i
a surios uf ferry serving In nieol Hi"
requirements nl' the eiilnv    smi  r-lun-
Wliilu il is dmibll'iil ulu'ili.'i lin
selionio is feusiido upun the present Iui
sis nl nrguiii/.ulinli u) rlii' I'oiupuiit.
hotii beiiiiiMi uf llic liiiitin nil expemli
lures wliiilt would lm inwilt.,1 und In
cailite nf llm llllllirili dllsirt' uf lin li
spot'tivtt   iiiiinit'i|ialilii's   In   liute   nib'
tplble  tun ■•  ill   Hie 'iinllul  ul   III,'  tell'.
Hervit'u within tlieir liiiiiihliirir.-. tl  n.i. <
neverlItel.'ss   he   ni.-tlt    |.i,,...ihle   lli.tt
>i)llle  !., I" Illi'  i'lllli'l   be   mil I s.i   mil   Is,I
I.roils|i-iiii,|> Hie  busiK uf    iiij:,iiii,nl,,in
lunl   Inr      .1,1,.1.1.,;   Hi.       ssj.s    ,sl    ii
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hiianl   fm   Hie  ",ul ml   ul   oil   i,m
-vsloin.  ,ij. i,iiii,|.'   I,,  mul   t,,,in   ii,
Nlirlll    MililT III    till:.     Illlls I        j ■ 1..,.
llio   |iru|iusiliuu   II.   HI,,    ul'   He    i.l;
important e ilinl  uf  Hie gruiti -I   ih
ability frnm llio stuinlpuiiil ul  llu   in |
It renin nf lite Nurlh Hliure n- -n
iug wllliill wtiulil plut'ii llio I'liiitpiiity in
u aonnnandliig position financially uml
iiulihl riiulili' tl In pi it it uml lu execute
upon a scale ul nil times wull. ip ad
vancu uf Hut fuslost pine which llii"
mile ul llm inlel may develop in III
1'iiliire The I'lipitul ultimately invest
id in lerry sleuiiters, Icriniuulx, equip
monl eii., for Iho Nurlli Hhuru is ,lo..
lille.l lu grow intn huge sums wild re
spit I lu lilm h it merger ul' Hie kind
|iM|ium''I pr.'seuls many tiilvuiitagus
li'uni llm liiiaui tor's puinl ul' tiew uni
if mil I'll'ei led nun will probably be ml
toniieil mui.. hrio e nmi aecuiuplislied
ttiih iiii iuiiui-iiK, iiiiiutiiil ul truubieninl
oxpciiM' nlii.il uunl,I be nlltigi'tlior
ltiuiilt',1 wero Hie scheme carried mil ul
llio prei.onl  time.
The lullsuliilulliill ol' .Nurlh Wliiiro in
lorcsts in uuy ruspe.l uml ul uny liun
is giiiul pulls, in,,I i.s Bound priieedtir.'
fur Hie plums,In,i, ul Hie welfuro ul' Hii
• nl:r iiiiiii.nut   (ium  Iluu,- Soiiinl in
L
lated us t.unliui' to ni' iii.iii.- patriut
m
Ibiii ami similarly in its sphere it m»y
fiiiisislontly ho hub) that thp ontionr-
nguiuenl of hicriiBuo as the (>i(iiit.liaii un
liniinl giiniti wuulil tuml tn strengthen
tlio spirit nf I'unii'liitiiitini iu tits uiiiulu
uf tho buys. The inlliiuiu'ii uf the game
nf cricket uu llio youth of Clreut liri-
Inin is generally rei'ugniztid us liming
pluyetl ils purl in ilellning llio oltiiruti
toriatina of tlm Hrilish pimple, ami tlio
infliioiiou uf tin: I'niiuilinii na|iiiiinl gains
if properly cni'iiiirligeil wnnltl in llm
process nf Iiinii he nut leas utnrkel. ll
is further lu be observed Hints lliu utli
lelic spurls iu which the buys partial
pale iluring ichool days lire lhe sports
fur which limy will auler^alii lhe grual
iisl repunl lliriiuglintilTirs. lu tills pur
liiiiilii it is ilesi in hie thut tlieir early
oiithusiusilts be ttlilisled upun liohulf ui
lacrosBO uml nnt upun heltulf ul' n game
Ihul i.i riioognuud its typical ul' nn
alien peoplo.
I'lti'ie in itlreii'lj n i niii.idf ruble iiiiiii
ber of buys iu llio i-ily siiiuuls wliu uie
Iccply iulorested in uur uulitiual game
uiul tl until,I uiijiiir well inr lhe fill urn
uf lm Ins-M! lu.till., an well us Iiir Hie
liiini'liiiii eiliit'iitiuii of the liny* if Hi,<
iiei'cxsury   tliicourugouioitt   uml   assist
III,, i    , lllll,I    I,,,   ulliii,led    t ll till,    lu   e|\"
scope lu Iheir energies  in Jliis tlrrei
iiiui
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oHler | ,1 I'l I < '.III 11- ", uln-ullillllluli " nu I
mil "slisiitiniitlinii" nli,mill l.s |||s
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, 8UU THI THHOAr AHD LUNOS. US LINTS
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WtOPKRTY   V/kUTtil)
Do you waul lu sell yuur*lul f     W>
elisuriog eflii'ioiil rerun' m nil n
The combined ri,,,i,ncs ul tin   ,   , t,,l   mil,,,,,, -,, tl,,  .(. i, I..] n.. ul ol ihe iniml J lune funds wuilinn fur guud buys. I
Nurlh bluue iiiiiniei|,ulilies wuuH |liu     i,l   s   , mhi    '[ )„  i\\,np ,,f ||„. I „i„„   uil your best |irivs pru e uml Irwin
,    , behind Ihis gicit fori, .->■-».... u l„ Is, I, „U'T the schuul gruiin.ls is inlm I """"l,u" ►'"'•'""rs, Huni. ul lliii.tillmi
iluibling
I f
I
2nd STREET
50 (eet in Block 29, District Lot 273, near Ridgway,
for only, $2,850, 1-3 Cash; glance, 6, 12, and
18 months, -  *
=
=
V*MARTINSON & CO.
62 LONSDALE AVENUE ,   po .box mi   Phone m      NORTH VANCOUVER
WE HAVE JUST OPENED
mmmmmnmaannammawnnnanammmamai^^mmmmmmm
A LARGE STOGX OF
'■»"   ' i tlm
Sporting Goods
mmmmmmmmmmmmnnnnnnnmmnnnnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamnn^mn.
composed of everything for
TENNIS,
LACROSSE and
BASEBALL
Fishing Tackle,
Small Arms,
Ammunition
1  i i .ti BS
JOHNSTON & SALSBURY
THE HARDWAREMEN
90 Lonsdale Avenue      Next to P.O.
WARNING
NO I ICE is hereby given lliat any person posling
up any Advertisement or Siyn, or printing anything
on or otherwise injuring any of the poles or posts of
the BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., LTD., is liable to a penalty of $100
and costs, or one month's imprisonment, according
to the Company's Acl of Incorporation, and will
be prosecuted accordingly.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
R. H. SPERLING, General Manager
WE-HAVE
MOVED
to turgor 1'ii'iiii.sr.s ou Eaiilauuilu, mi
Don't Forget
Hint ttlii.'ii. yuu .In puporliisji thia
year Unit we ere atill hero with g
far heller linn nt niiii.li better pricei.
W.H.Stoney&Co.
Ill  I:»|'IiiiiiiiIi.' Weal. i'liono llll
ini'xl In I'allenon, Uulilio i (Hark)
TH.VIIHIla   w  imiii
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A   .li.'iu.   for   i.    ini   unl    uf  Hi..
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LonsdaleTheatre
COR. 16th and LONSDALE AVENUE
Phone 335 Owner*—Palmer, Burmeiter & von Graevenitz, Lid.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
May 14th
Cosgrove & Lang presents
Juvenile Bostonian
= opera company =
IN THE TUNEFUL GIPSY COMIC OPERA
PRICES-Boxes, $1; Lower Floor, 75c.;
Balcony, 50c.
SEATS NOW ON SALE AT.
WARBURNITZ PIANO HOUSE
NextWeek-^FORGIVEN"
^jmjnmHk 1 THE EXPRESSMORTH VANCOUVER, B.C.TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1912,
A
"
BUSINESS, RESIDENCE
AND ACREAGE LOTS
WORTH ENQUIRING
-—- ABOUT ——
IN D. Ii. fild   Several choice fill ft. lota (Deluding eorner lota.
Prices from (3,600 up.      if ,
ON THIBD BTBEBT-M ft. LoU at I'bltm, $U0II anil $111  '
HOO. lir, ft. LoU at $a.7l>0, $3,000 and 13,21)1).
IN (l A I'I I, AN 0 VALLEY   Oil acroa for $00 por aero; 10 acrei
for $1,200 per acre.    .
IN LYNN VALLEY-aV) acroa for $1,300 por acre.
IN EAST SEYMOUB   1'ivc acroa for $1,700 por aero   .
IN WEST OAPILANO-IV, acroa for $3,000 por aoo.
Apply to
The Burrard Development Company, Limited.
(Siii'ii'aBtira In Klder Murray Company Limited)
llroltera 17 liiinmlulo Phono 37
North Vancouver Business
and Professional Cards
AUDI VI A vis.
ll'  yuu  wunl  yuur ^arilcn   li\nl  oi
IliIVIIH   luMj   Hill,  MUL1
W. BURRILL
FELIX GRAHAM ivi..r Hou.i, uyun vuiit-y
liuuruiili1''  l{ini<l>
luiuroiK'u
Auditor inul  At'i'otintiiiil II,. lvj|| |,jvl, yia „ j,lm,| j„|, „, u „.„
^   r' ' '"" _ r  '	
I I.uiimIiiIis Avenue. I'. (I. llux S.'ini.  Double rale.   Nothing luu large ur lu
Hi
iNurlli  Viiiiniir.il   I'liune  137.
small.    I'latiinntcs  given.
 :— ITuus inul Kaliniulcs furnished free.
I'crey   ti   Howard          ll    J    I'ciiln Kepuiring,   ruinutluiing,   els.,   prtimplly
r|1>'   Au,m'" attended lo
HOWARD & PERRIN j w   BAKER
AuJitu,,  nun   itctoiHiiasl. . BUILDING OONTBAOTOR
Md  i'ender t-i   vv      I'   u   llux  'tin Lynn Valley, B. O,
I'lione mil                     I'lione  IH Allun lluu.l near Wenlovrr, I'  tl  Sun
Vancouver       Nmlli Vancouver _,,,   i,y„j,•< rr.-k   11  II
Underwood's Barber Shop
IS NOW OPEN
1.tun 10119
at 6 LONSDALE AVENUE
PESKY WHABl'
J. H. ENGLISH
O  K. (1BOOBB
Ami general ('uiu)niaaion Mcrchiuil, III
Lonsdale Ave., Nurlli Vancouver,
Phone nil
I.AI Mllll):S
Ill   I. 1.Mill II-
CAPILANO LAUNDRY
I   IIIIINi 1   USS ^   clothes   ni>i   in   (lie   (lopllantj
I .< si ii     where   yuiim   uuulil    lu  lie
OEBTI1IEI)   SHOEINU    SMITH      .... .    ,      .,. ,       .,
Mul   vvurli   (ur  .in rcnla   ilu/.   I(uu|ili
Suncasor  In   Wallu.c   A  Scull,  Thud ' lJry. ,e ||s „d „-„.|,, ;i, ||,.     |),0p „,
Slreei.   Ueiternl ri.puu   wurk a mrd ami wc will call fur Ilium
A.  Wnllii.i ', scrviua nine lieen  re p. 0   Km put
taiuod.
until.-   AM)  kTATIONKHsV.
THE LEONARD-SALE CO.
Bgokaelleri and Sluliuocis
I'm. I ,,ti.'l,,],s unit I,.i I'lu.is. Wl
NOBTH  VAMDIiVKIt
i nil, im.imitiii
.   lllll.IMIII
MISS COLLIE
lip to date Millinery
Modorlae Katoa
Ki illi Bluck     93 Lonadalo Ave.
ANGUS J. CAMERON
A Ml.lv   It S.
CIVIL IJNGINKEB
■    IrrigfltitiC^dralnaiio, lev ela,     plan
uiul ipooificoyon.,   Se|)lio Innki    un
I'liirnii.iiAi'iliiii
CARBUTT
Sludiu   over   Hunk    B.  N.  A.
I.uuidiile uud I'l'liin.iilr
ul i|ii'citiciHiiiiii. Septic tank, uuu
ntau .Iiiiiiiiiji' n upcoinlly V. II
,x Hi, Kill ilreol  weft, nl Kowicku  "'K1' ' l»'" '■"■''
lm
It,
Avcuue
I IIM II ti   MUI-
J. DUNCAN
(JONTKAdTOIt ANI) BUII.DEU
E. LAURIN
uiul tl.'iilrt' Twluiing
Itcpairmg   ini'l    Alteration*.   ''leaning
und  I'lllli'l)  in nil  ili  brunches.  All
V. uili  guarelilt cl
III  Kn.I Klrccl  Wetl. I'liune SUi
THAI Mill*   till HU I
I'liina Kxci'ulctl
Killinutcs (liven
Ooiitro and Mill
Lynn Valloy, li O
SAM. T. SUHON
I lls.ll. IllV'tl
J iTKA'.'HKK OK I'lAMl and TIIKOIIV
.Specialty; Children'a   l.csauns  al   own
home,     Terma, elc, upply  (Jeneral
Delivery.
m mi11 ii
'i li.'  Now  lllock  un   lonadule A valuer—
ueur llio Perry   Approach 	
wa, built by 'n.V. Tinning 4 Sheet MeUl Worki
SMITH BROTHF.RS
General I'unl ronton flrat. Stroet But of Lonidale
NOK'IH VANCOUVEB »*»* P'lcM "LP ""* **"?
Iced on tinning Usflrahcct Diolal wurk.
MORRIS & ANDERSON
Villi',    I'lkOBB,    « IIIMNKVS    AND
BTONK IIAHUMBNTS
Practical Moclitnlcs. All wurk guar
anleeil.   I'. O. Hon 2211.
A. Craib
W. Craib
A. CRAIB & SON
WNTKAUTOHH ANI) IJUILDKHH
In i'mii-ri'iI', Brick and Wood.
OAcei 117 FIRST BTBKBT EAST
LYNN VALLEY TKMPEBANOE HO
TEL, NOBTH VANCOUVER
On lhe car Ilne. Hoarding, Cicala,
UoOil m i uiiiiiiu'luiiuii for working mun.
I'unlrat'lnra' nien lioaril.'il. Ily. Kimdni:
Proprietor.
MBS I HILL
Firat claaa dressmaking  ulliriiliuiiH.
ladiea own maleriala made up, fit guar
unli'i'il. Addrcaa Ilcwick, corner of 151'i
P. (), Norlh Vancouver.
Defeated
All   Moony   Bylaws   Pniiiiuil   on   Hut
urday.
All Iho intinoy liylavvii HUlimitlcil In
thu pulilie vote on Huliirduy wort' puss
oil. Thu gaa franchise liyluvv did nul
aiiiioro thu rot|uisitu votua of I lire
llftha of the |ni|iiiliicc uml iiiTiirilingly
aulfnroii ilcl'ciil, i'tililie iixpriiasion lin
Ihoriil'tire, lieen given to the t'liet Hint
North Vancouver na a ciininiiinily din
fnviira llui ideii of giving u private cur
purnliiiii    u    15 yonr   fruuehiati.    'I'll.'
parks bylaw lur Um purchasing of ten
uerea in llm northern auction ul Ilf
eily   waa   siilistuutinlly   pusai'tl,   win's
then: waa very little oppouition lu tli"
lerry liyluvv, the purpoae ul' which i
lu provide for ♦11110,0110 lu Iniilil a fourth
ferry, repair tlie wharves uml acl tin
company  uu  a  sound  lluum-iiil  Imi.
Equally deeiaive wua tlm | ,i   ..'.. of llic
cily hull iliapiisnl  liyluvv lu acll lu lie
Dniitiiiiuii  goverullli'lll   fur Jli.l.li.'i'i  Hi
proaunl  eily  hull ,-tlc fur poat  ulliii
purpuaea.
Tin1 iiilinu wua ii follows!
ii.n, i'i.un In:..: Bylaw.
Pur      182
Aguiiis-I      I--S
Spoilt            I
r.iiln. Bylaw.
for        IU'
Auuilml            II ;
Bpolll   	
City Hull Dtapaaal Byluw.
Agonist      II
Spmll  I
Ferry ByUw
Fur     -•"' '■
Aguiitsl ,.i"
Spuill	
v •
SUNDAY  A  BECIOBD    "AT  HOME"
DAY
Btreet (lara Carried  11071  Paaaengcii
Soiiilay   tin-,  n    r i-i  duy. tin   ti,
Nurlh Shure.   Tlmrt'  wn.  n  tjtiiti' t
111,11 l.lllslc 11, llux ul , l.-llssl- In I Ina Mil
ul tiic llllel, Ills I.iiii I .-.-ti -II" I cm
ttlti' ii llic II i M,, I,,, lm,I m cuinuit-
-11111  being mil   uue .ur luu iiiuuv   i<
llC.llllllllllililll-    III.'    itlltt'l:     Wlllill    llulil
ed over. Tlm number uf pawengt'r.'.iiir
ried iluring the day wn- ll,.Vi I. llic pr.
viotiH rci'uril being lliul nf Augti-I 21l'
lusl year, tvlmn 'i.ii'i'i pcr-un- vver. 'in
ried. I'upular fuvur twi- ilivtile.l aliiiu
i'i|iinlly liflvvi s n i npiluiiu ini'l l.yi
Vulley, while llic utiluinuliili ii.ii. ni
llic I'upiiuuu 1'iii'i  i\aa i^rculi i  Iiiun i
hit- ever I  iniiiciii, | lift nni-  In ll
— . j Ke. rciilitin  I'u
B.   O   ti A/ Hll I,
wiillen   Hriiprt   Co.,  Ltd.;  Snsltulooii
Ltd.
The following cstru-proviiiciul i-'tnii-
iiicti havo lieen regialiiroil-Liutlsley
llroa. Cu.j Now Vurlt Linlioa' Tuilnrii|s{
l,'u„ lihl.; Driiiihlciii ami Kuppi:-.•.■rniur
Ktippel ('o., I,lii; Whiili'tiiii Flour uii.l
Peeil I'u., Lid,
BEADY FOB THE FBAY
Profoaaloiisii Lacrosso Olnhs Begiatet
Players-Lacrosse Ooiuuilssionors to
Appoint Boforooa—Litigation Follow-
Ing ri,".-,::,' Violation of Oontraots
Tlm Vancouvor nmi the New Weal
itiiualer professional lacrosse nliilis Iiuv
foriiuillt rogislorntl tlieir lists uf play
era %r llm aciiiniii wilh Sticri'lnry Fred
,1, Lynch uf llm II, C, L, A.
Tli.i luouiliera uf Ihu twu Iuuiiih wliu
will filler tin' nri'ii.'i fur the Miiilu Cup
us llic litita Hi uml in prcaenl, lire ni
rollnwa:
New Wt'slininslcr A. II, limy, A.
ilml,, T   tiiil'iti'sl, .1   Howard, J. nil
is.i.l  fl. Kci , II, ilill'iinl, T  I,', i.n.,'.
Vi. Tiirubllll, .1 Fi'illll'V, I. B'ililenillte
C. spring, (I. Spring, II lit inn,I. I,
Tiiiiiloill, !■:  Mci'iirly, ti, (labruilh
Viiiiciiiivit Iv I''. Mctlregur, i'. A
Meant'. II. Mcllniuilil. I' Mill,luun. I)
I'll.'Inn. .1.  F. I'uniniina,  I.. S.   Mi Ilmi
liull. A, .1   All  I<:. I'. Liilumlc, II. II
Carter, K  T. tlurray. S .1. Nn Imla, ll
M. Mull>.  II   II. iimii,. ■-. F. Ion. II
S. I'lil'iliiil.'. W. S. Weal, II S llllillll:
11. F i ium nm
Till' i|ilc.-l ion 111 li'ioloca mil  lie I'l I'.I
red  lu  llic I'omioissioniTa.  Mi    '    li
.-tci.1,1, r, K.C nti'l Hi. Ilolmrly,   whi*.
nppiiiiilim nt lu euiilrol nintli'ia I" nm
iug lu prulca.-iuiinl liicinasc I'm llm acn
-.,.11   mil   lm  i milium'.I  ut   ,i   mn lm,:   ul
the   II.   I,'.   L.   A.   ltl  lie   held    'im
i-vrmiig. ll . illiileralouil lliul cU.'ll
Inii will ii,,n.null llircc luii'lnlulc. I'm
llm   |"l   .'lll'l   Ilml   llic iilllllllla'imucl'a   will
,lc. I   lint, hum    Mci-   m    .lol.n   "I
V: ncr uml II  t I v uiul A   Turn
lmii  ut   Vnnci.iivci   lui.c nlrcii'lv   Is.
U'uiliiumluy fit,.8 ptn.   I'aator, Hev.-A.
isitiioj und i.i'iiimn  second and loin ih
sumlcy    Uuly Communion ond m t omii.
Ural  aiiil-Uikd-Siiniluya, Vlcur. lluv.
T. I'i. Howe.
.1   I'loaaer, IHtlt ami Ht. neornu.
 ai. JuUu IU.' ll.UUHulUl, Sill ills	
lloly Coiiiiniiiilon, 8 a.m. MurnJUK
i'i..-.' i. 11 a.in. ia, iniii. Pruyor, 7,SO
p.m.   On llic Ileal Sunduy in lliu inunlli
i lie I'l'   will   hi'  a    ml   i i Is '.lu.illiiii   ol
tlie Hnly r„i.,n um.ni »t ll nm. Itccttir,
Itev. Hugh tlooiior.
SI. liduiuud'a Colbulle I hureli, Slxtli
nmi    Jtiiliun     Aveiiii.i.   Siiiiilny   n|Bh |   lull Tljiirsdoy 7.J0  p.ni.   Uholr pw
Muas   und   unruion,   10   u.in,   SuHUirI !|?e, Wduy, I p.m.   II, Vun Munalor,
Hi'liutil,   il.30  inn,   llnaiiiy  nnd   Uene-
illcilun, 7.30 ii.m.   Friday—Low muas, i
ii.ni.   I'liBlur, lluv. J. A. Hciliiiil, OM I
I'.. »i.j in lun ci.ui.'l.—litin.iii.vii, 11 a.
in. und 7.30 p.m. Sunday School and
llllile Unas 2,110 p.m. Tvaeliora' Train-
Ill," CIiisb, Wcdiiesdny 7.30. Prayer
heutlmr, VViitrneatliiy 8 p.m. lloya'
Tub 1 Iiu rail u y 7,30 p.m.   uholr prec
lusion 1 I II.'  I limcli III SI.  I'lilll'-
Mitaa, 7 30 it in , S>iii<]ii.vh.   riistur, Kev
I'l. 1'eylavln, O.M.I
i in i.i tu i. gclcucc—"Klnibcrloy" (IhfS-
in
IT
III
MA, pastor
l.VNN  V (I.I.Ill.
Mi'itiutiiai i iini.ii .- Heeling held
Sunduy evening lu New Inutltuiu Hull
ul Hovi'ti o'clock.
i'i c-i... hi tun ciiuri'ti. -AVoralilp, Sun-
i..ifl,mi'l'..,,'""7i7,rrw,...i,'"i'ii'irM'',,,i''i'rtri, I    I'reanjletUn ciitircli. -vvoralilp, Htin-
Iclllilil    .V \ i>     llirlwc.sll    lllll    lllll    mill    ,|,,„u    .,    n „,    „,,,.   r nu   ,, (i, u,,,i,l,,„
Hi, ,„.    H,n,,i„,,   u.,,,vl,,..u   „i   it   „.., \aP1i   "   o m.  iiiiii   iuu   i tu.      biimiiij
aliutal.   i"""l'0|n»"Vlj,»n,.li|ll   ||j|||o^ til ...in. l'uB.or, Hev, A. Mac
Ht.,(Tt'lllt'llt'N, l.tlialleHii)—Duly ruin -
intuitu!), lnl Sunday In tnunlli, 11 ji.it).-;
evening prayer, evei'i Siimluy, 7 00 p.
cxci'pl Hint Sunduy lit inniitlt.   a 30 u in I lu.;   clmli    practice,   Wmlmnility,   a nil
llrsl Siiiiilny In tiioiitli.   11 n in . Mutlmi.   |i m    llev.  ArUiiir  I    Ilrueu, Vlcur.'
Tcitlinuny   nicel
Mill I 11   I n\-ll VI i;
SI.   'i'l iii..  ;•■ HJrt;   every   Suiulny
Capital Paid lip }a.K70,ooo
Reserve and Undivided Profits   ;i,SO0,Oii0
Toliil Assets   11,000,000
JUST na n title.:, isiifiil mil cliiiiil mitlu'a
every   effulT   In  pile   Ills  ttialo-
lll.'lil     .'Uill Is "IIS.     Clli, Irlll     illll-ll-
11,01     Hll   llu   lllc   isllls, I.H   Ilf   Ul,     llllllll    s.f
llilllllllull cltilciivi'i   lu n ml, r tu ili'pos
lltirs cv'ciy am vie c'niialsli nl wlili enit-
aci'vadvc 1'iiijI.Iiii. |iriu lis.
Nu d.'pualt Is imi aiittill 1" nsstire the
tll'I'UHll.'l      c.llHldi l.tlc     lli'llllm III     llic
MtivlpgH iicciiniils of llmsi   iii inutlernlc
t'llcilluiiliilii' :i .ne wi'Jetlineil wllli com
list,  mul   uill    Ilml   nlnicm f  ini.lll.'
fmiu,iin.  vv Isl, li iituliea I'litil.ttn: u tun
V' nl' li..    uml   ,i   |,|c,i:llllc
t . I.. IIIIAVM.V,  Auent,
.Nnrlh   Vancuuver
APPLICATION    FOH    LKJUOB    Ll
OF.NSE
Ni.tiiT-  i- 'h.Ti'l'.v   given  Ilml  ut   ll..
n.il  mi'i'liiig ul  tiic |i,lU,,| ,0   I,, , i, ,.
I'ulllllll.-rllinets I.T ll . Ill-Ill. I nl '..'II'
\ .no inner, I  tmil ii|s|l's   lm .1  lo '	
■Ml nilssvinili'iij; llipiui, in |• r■ in . n
.ii t lii.-liol l.ul F.iglii II .i n. i .,,
Fifty hull iN'ili Ill-Ill. I ul  N..ills  i.i
LADIES
Vogue Millinery Parlor h.is moved tu
(iiii. Lousdale between lilh mid uth Bt.
ill .,
VV    I . M.N vrhV
., Illl'llll,.'. I-I, 1.1-1
\ II ii, o.i
Tim uilirli    lu  be uiliel   il|    I
l.-lll will] llic inuii,>r ol vinlliliuli 0
> miiiiii I-. upun tlm puii ,,1 I'liiyi't- I
is ui.'ii t tuuil ihul llu T>,i.iiiiu inaiiiigi
i- Meting uu or.lui r. In in l.ulmi Is | ''I''.1   'Tl'
iiiui   M lirt'gui   Hum   phi v nig   lm   I I.r ... ..  -     i
Vnneii.ivera while r,„, .lunra is auii,: iWEUT VANOOl/VEB MUNIOIPALITY
l'ur*l,-|i|ililuu>iigrsl'ui miilulmi, ol.uti I OONTHACTOBS
litis t lmm Fll/gcritl'l   Whul inituii T.. ;    Tmulct    will be rentvcl  In   the nu
n.i.tn inlenila in inlic wilh is Immi c l„    braigm I up lu i i. Mny  l.-ll. lm III
Spring lint Tiinl'iill hit    mil  vet  I..',,  "" I' ■■' "-'■  "I  a  in w   Mum. ipnl  Huh
I    lull Il>      I Ulld j    I, I'd IIC
wc. I.l y. his.m   |i:  I       .,1    „|    ,,,.
Iiiiiii'  hiuu^l.l  iii -. i ry   Mnmliiy   intirii
■ i      ini:    .    tl    i       ,1    |    ,ll,sI    | |       s.|    f|
I'l   „f sl,,,,,..,      \,,,.,,,   |n,   ■„;.• ai„|   i'inlm
— lllll,        i-        I        ll I.    0 I'l  '     'I Is-I     "H       S
Wit *tiinliiirl
hu tin- .ilmi.' dtalritl
I i,„nms i ilml il,,- rr.nl Ilml''      l'1'"1   '""' 'I	
ip I,um.-  will lm..   ti | i.i. ti"   n.ut.'i  "I  ll I
MONT HEAL.
His lluuul lhe l.n iilinunl l.mm
III I'Ullllill llll- lieen pleased In Il.ll 1..- lie
tul!iiwii,|i iippiiiiilnicnta.
Kulirrl Arthur Mtissiuan, nl' vul. i |
M.I)., In lie ll i limner lit Hllti-di ' "I nu
lull
lltlglt Iluu.lou. uf N.lmull Vim Iii I
|...li. •   milgMtrutr   fill   Snlii    Ann
I   .1    I      M.u Imii   ,
IV    lu;:.I.'   lnl.uc   lit    Hullo I all.'i I,  \lllu unvi I    ll   I
li   Sillnidlly Tit.   I. wi -I   "I   .its'.   I, I' Is I   i  il
..-   .... ■-_     aj|li   ^       |(|  t
i,   II   IT  MCI    •   M '
mlu    I".',    Ml Llllillll    Ihul in r,
Van mi. h •
THE   (IANDARI)
VV, .I.i,       ■■ ... ,,.,|.. i
lbc   X.illulial
li.      I'' I:,,:,is.I
I,..I   ii,   .,,1   ll..
ShMsGun
mnmm'iVi.V'S.l
CIIUK( li'NoTKi'..S
Fire Wood
n,   in,   I , \|,, n.ii'.c i ngrav-
,i nn: tl    i, 'i ,.i..|li.i from
it   s| Isl
.    .in i ii  t ,11;, r< I.. It .I uml
I  ■     ;.      I.,      llmluOgllly
MIIIIII   I AM III U.K.
m.   tiiiiic's   it. ai>, iiiiini   I liurcb.
Ill,    Iluu,I     ,-s I VI.. M 'llllllll    II ll'l   .
Hlm.   7 ::u     Adnll   llii I.   i'l .sn.   12 .Hi
il,   l,c   clerk.   Ill         Uml    Ihll.-lm '-'"'•-   JS'(!'"j;!    Vns,m   MmTh'i'    Wed      0o,A   W""'1    '""'    »l°
ull,,,.   „l   Vumnuv.r   .I..lm   Ms,,,hi,. ^7    ■•^l^'   ,',', v j'(.V,'.'.'.j.j Al.'i'i.'i'.i')   Hextnic.  Piou.pl   Delivery
Hurgoyne, Jamea lluv, uml .luliii An; Mii.i^i.r Oauli Plioue il
.,   iiriimdui i liui.-n   is.in.i ul Clli uiul
Mil.inn :,,  n,,,,.,     gui„i,,, si, nl...   11 e'l u m	
i„ |„, .Irrka  in  ih.   1.1'i.d   ll.g'-o i„i ;:;i,,.„,    m,,,,!,,   s.i I   IIILI. , .    	
.,    I, c,  | i'Iiu     S In i''"    Ss nmi  l.inii.U"   Mun
ulliee   in    Vn-liiria     l"l.i.    H    " b" ' ,.,.   „ ,, „,    |-  „,„| f,.,|,,.  Hnvl,,
,  ,      L'1,,,,',,,1,1 I  «T.||iiHl.ij      I    I'U hll,l„|-      I i.lUUc
,,,,,| (ictirge llllllililil. ITillis.luj    "Ihil '   nl   33H      l'..»l"l
Wtllrid Ijiwi.ii"  I b wi U.in. ''s I"  n I w  i'  ti, nilh li. i
Wuod       li.H
Slin'.lj
12.00 pm  yen
Tin    Hi.uidaiil
un; uddnas In
IKY II FOR 1912!
 - ..——r^ •.!—..—:     Monlrenl  Stondurd  Publiiliing C».,
N. V. WOODYARD Li"lcl Rubli",,r,•
,|,rl, ,„ lhe ull I  Hm "I- '\.,io! ti,ouT,i.i'L"'lo,in.iVi  li  no'1,   10.000 corda ol dry In wood loi pick
iuiiil  -link euiiipniiira; Ap  M   Pall' |   ,.i,lna .0  fit pm   H"h  , umii,.inl,,ii
aim, Ju  bi'  slonugriiplni   "i   II"    (■>"
||,.gi>liy   ..llu.'   m    \ni i.   '•    '■
tin,,,),,: l„ , ,, .„ , „,„. nm     »>k    Wee pc. odd corda, 11.76 Spe
•■ '' l\u'\ S|'u;;''' ;,'",;,'/'Tium'".'1):      "•1 'Pinl'ilions Iui l.igei  tli	
Iililiibrlbn. "I   \i
en ,,) lhe pruvin
lUllvel.   I"   I"
ul gi.nl  nl   \.n
m
.-nl.ulluii    *imy      I   "isi'sl.ili     ,v -., iuu
Tu be Nolan. - Piildu    I lanli  1.1. !
II.;. isi.l.I-,   ul    lhe   I ilv     ill      Si. tl. il..... I
tin Inul  l.tl;.   Milne   ul  Siiukc;  ' hull.
Ho In.   Hill'h.   ul    llu/rlhili,   li» I   .Lllli.'
Adam Metiuwii, of Abbulafiifl
Major I'  I), Tufll.nl llm '   Iv ,,i \.
■ mn, r, hi hi   II I'ulmiin/lnli'cl  fut   l.n
Alii,lunl*  in  llm  .supreme  t ,, ,il,   i    '
llm   purpii-c   uf   ui Imu   on lm   .nl
In nl  the ■' I'i....in ml  I I.  ium    A. i
in  llm  Vim. iitiv.-r  < 'I v   l-l,, lui.il   I'
In,I.   ini'l the .tl-i  -In,  nf  llnei, 1.1
una
Jlittisl    ll     |ji/ii'|,    ul    Nmlli    Full .
licorgc, lu be I 'ih ilu ul llnilll  inlu
lur lite Province ul ltril)ah I'uluiubia
l( n Hm 11 It mul Waller i uil.-r in I
eniiviet gtiurda in  tlm  I'm, tm ml  Iiu.
Ul   V ll lonll.   Ilolll   III'    lai    III.   "1    -\ i. I  I
Uil:'.
tlcilcrl K i Mu iii nmi Flora I nm llm
burn  lo I.c clerks  in  lbe  Inpi.l-ilt:   i
Library, frum  llm   I..I   day  ul   April. I
lllll.
Licenses have been iuued lu lhe fui I
lowing   cil ru prov im iui    companies   I
lleblillg   Paul   Ciirlieelli,    Lid.;    Mum   '
Fluuibiug!     Plumblugl     Plumbing
n .I.i v  Ss i tin .'.   11 ill) .i in    ::   i> :
,' I.',   |  to      'I'm mJ.iy.   k   I m      i lm,.-"I.,s
v  put     I'hililn It's Sin vici.   Vi, slm    U..
I |  m
lluiillal     I biireli—'I vv.lllli    nmi    ,-'l    ,
I.,,       ,,, |..IVl,,.s .It ll .1        IC ..IMI ,       .ID '
> s        Slllidu)   S.I I   I  llll'l'   IT.'   -  .'I
:  'tl   y iii      IT in.' I    ami   pi ,'lae   :, I ', I  ,
in,I Wuod. Iii nu In., i-i in 11 mill.'
$.1 .'el (     ( )   I)
iRQMPTTOieU
''.c F'li.ll II"   f
11,,,'SS., .s,,|l,l
i'l   I |.    iisjj th ii I .i.^,|.'l-i."s
I'l.llil'li     :y|.s|.|   ,  |
i Kt uiiifictarers,
lie list luli'luliil
ITsjlf
line and ) mil     Ulli jiiH I.oiimIjIc   ,..    ,i    Our IiuciiIuib AJvlr.r 'i.i' i-.u't
in ■ nn     '   l»   ft   i.        ml .1   M. i  '.AMiiiI .I.)' l.''il.).  'V".   'kl.lli
I'liune 19U.      I. 0. lli'» llii        I ".        ' .'|s.i..lw...|,i,,L.t,,., in;  uw
('unlriitTurs.    'Iwiicra   gel   lixed   "i
wilb jobs before rise iu material, fut I
ligure.   dubbing carefully encoded loll
J. I. MURRAY
lilat Sited, </, Block Wost of Lonadalo
SAW FILES AND liBINDEK
Ail kind." of sawa Hie.I and set nn llic
sliorleel unliec. Lawn mowers, Itnivca.
Imtlg^alteurs ami aeisaora sharpened. All
wurk guaranteed, nioderalc piiugn.
D. DOWIE
11131 Lonidale Aveuue Phone If
t^fGetYourg
an
Worths
And you certainly do when yuu buy furniture here tjimlily and vori
cly are Iho alrung featurca of Ihla alurc. Nowhere elao will you Und
na extensive n ahuwing uf really good furniture ainl eerpola nl such iioui
inul I'ncca as wc charge. Kinh article ia representative uf Hie best of ita
kind and uur wondcrfol ussurlinent insures uur aiiilliiig every  tualc und
. ovcry purse.
-
ecial
sh
Reductions
This Month
^m.—mm. mmmm^^—
Yuu i on save money in
niiikliiK your pun liases now
Extension Pablo, $8.50,
Y>S0,   $12, $15 up.
Dining Sell ol 5 small and
I arm from $14.00 per
,   id Up.
Bedstead, Spring ind Matlreu, complete for $8.50 up
Dreuen at cut pricei, $8.50, $9.50, $12.00, 115.00
and up to $75.00. I
In our Crockery Dcpl. we are juil opening up a large ihipnicnl of I To.-... Pod
''and Crock..    •   ,  . '■' All Siic.
THE HOME FURNISHERS
128 Lonsdale Ave.
...
North Vancouver
y ine, EAriyvgvmip.rn YAweuuvm, h.u, Tuesday, may lyi^u.
1
■
The Canadian Bank
of Commerce
CAPITAL 111,000,000
BEST 19,000.000
———
Temporary ipiurlcrs of Hie Nortli Vancouver  liriiiuu,  ICsjiIiiiiHilu   West  near
,  l.onsiiulo Avenuo.
A General Banking Business Transacted
inlerest ptid uli Havings Bank lie
|ioa|tl ol (Iuu Dollur mul upwards.
Withdrawals may hu maiie al auy
liine,
J, A. FOB8TBB    Manager.
City Fathers
RfiOOMMBNDATIOH OP OOBONBB3
JTOY AB TO BLA8TINO PBBMIT
West Vancouver
Choice I lomesite Properly, close to the Government Road, and overlooking the sea.   Most suitable lor subdivision.      D.L 1082, N.W., 1-4
$1350 per Acre; 1-3 Cash
D.L. II00.S.W., 1-4
$800 per Acre; 1-4 Cash
JOHN ALEXANDER & CO.
121 LONSDALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVER
And Corner Marine Drive and Marr Rd., Dundarave
Mayor McNolsli presided ovor tlio
regular session of tlio eity council last
nigbt when u goodly umount of mis-
cellaucous business was transai'tutl.
The civic mail hag ha>| during the
wook assumed its usuul |iropoitiouu,
hut no correspondence of outstanding
import awaited the cousiileratiou of tlte
eouueillors.
The following matters were referred
summarily lo lhe Hun
W. II. Tossoll usked for a sidewalk
from Ht. Andrew's avenue tu his limine
on I8lh street.
Palmer, Burmesler uml vou (Irueveu
ilx wrote asking fur better access In
the l.iinsilale Tliealre as many of Iheir
patrons hud complaluod about the run
ilittim of the avenue in this locality.
Mrs. Wolfe-Morton sought u sid"
wull, uu Iui  13, bluck iill.
Several property owners un litlth
street east uf l.unsilule ilosireil n side
walk on this street as- soon us possible.
j K'err mul McDonald wrote informing
I the council lhat they were purpoainii
tu engage iu the uil business iu th
city and were Intending to sell uil to
residents from a wagon whieh they
were going lo pul on the streets.
Aid. Dick tliougbt there were no cily
restrictions lu the wiling uf ml. II"
moved thul lhe parties lie advised lu
this effect.
In answer to a letter frmu the iiis
trie! clerk drawing addition to the
ileplorablo condition of the city's pur
Imu of the l.ynn Valley ruad, the ma
yor intimated thut this wus guing li
receive   immediate  attention.
The eily coroner, Mr. A. K. Diploek,
forwarded lo lhe council the jury's re
commendation in the Nurlh I.onsdal'
fatal blasting caae—namely that per
mils should nut be given iiitiiseriniin
ulely to anyone, but that sume legislu
liuii be I'lissci! whereby anyone using
explosives should be properly licenced
persons with the necessary essentials
'as lo ellicieiicy ami chancier.
Aid. Diel. did mil kuow ul' any pru
vision for ilie examination ui powder
men in lhe province.
Am   Foreman thought  the letter hail
heller be Died for future reference.
His motion  tu tne  furcgoing effect
was seconded and curried.
A  letter  unking  fur a- subscription | propare rough survey plan
lo the creel ion  uf the I'artier in unu
incut  iu  Muiitreul wins referreil hi III"
Finance committee.
mmm
Tbo cleric lead t telogram to Solicitor
Roiil from tbu deputy provincial mm
tary stating that content bat) been obtained to*the North Vaueouver city
bylaw providing for thc consolidation
of debentures.
Q. R. Hughes notified tbo council
tbat if the widening of Ith street is
earrind out his wife's claim for damages to bor property on that streot will
amount to £5,000.
Arthur Davies wrote upon toe. same
topic, withdrawing his name from tbe
petition very regretfully, hut certain
parties strongly objected to his dcodiug
uwuy his pruperty,
The following tenders for the eieur
ing of five aercs for cemetery purposes
were referred to the engineer und II.
of Works: Nicholas Varr, £1:111 per
acre; A.M. Moo, till per acre; D.
Mcl.caii, ti.s" per acre; T. Moffat, ♦■HI
per acre; I.. PeSchia, $111111 pur acre and
W. II. Anderson, $1175 per aire.
A third reading was accorded lit"
bylaw to widen 4th atreet to u uniform
nuilli of inn feet from Forbes avenue
to St. David's avenue.
The eity hull disposal byluw wns llll
ally read ami passed by the council.
The acting city engineer re tiuiliifinl
Ihul the paving and laying of a
concrete walk nn l.uusilnte avenuo from
the wuterfroiil lo the north side of Isl
street be done on the initiative pluu
uuder section 2.16 of the municipal
"lauses act, lhe work tu ensl approx
imalel> tun,llllll ami the lifetime of the
wurk lo be twenty years. This recom
mondation wus referred tu tne Board
ul  Works.
The clerk.was instructed to write to
lhe m in isl er uf public works informing
liun nf lbe passage uf the bylaw re
luting lu a pust ulliee site fur this cil)
Water Committee—
I'uiiiiilii tec recommended us follows:
Thai wator main lie extended to blues
!fil!l to supply water lu residents in III'
neighborhood.
Thul valve boxes be pul iu uu Ihi
street and Lonsdale avenue us recom
mended liy thc city engineer. Tli"
work lo be undertaken by day labor.
That the engineer call tenders fur ull
castings required by the waterworks
That nil connections be pul iu nn 1st
street and Lonsdale Avcuue us recom
mended by lhe engineer.
Thut neceaaary vvuml pipe be purchas
cd fur supplying water lu Temp.1
Heights and   Harbor   View and   Hlucl
ami.
' Thin the engineer lie instructed    hi
II.   I.
mm
ttve of the council tu act along with
thu jctuflaciitiiitivtiJif .thu diatikt-coiuu
cil in the matter pf Boeuring roads
through J), h. Wi »ml i). h. HUB- '
That tho engineer be instructed In
make a survey showing streets to. bo
closed in D. 1. 855.
Thut the cugiueur prepare a plan of
streets iu D. 1.. 851 showing the locu
tiuu uf pmposcil wuler mains.
Board of Works—
Thu committee decided to reeoiuiiion I
that thc clerk be iiiilhorueil to mukn
np|ilii:liliiin to the Doininiiin gut eminent
for permission lu riin.itrunt n whurf ul
Chesterfield avenue slreei end.
Tiuu Mr. Perry, local inunager 11. 0
I'). It, do. be Informed that the eily is
prepared to put the slrect railway iruett
uu l.unsilule avenue lu grade from Isl
street to lipper Keith Kuuil under lite
cuinpany'a supervision end thai pnnnis-
sion be asked lo start the work.
Whul is the iN. V. League I
District of North Vancouver.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Healed Tenders accunipanie'l In eer
lilieil cheque ur cash for n j,.-r cent, of
lhe amount ul lender t which sum slmll
be hcltl until III. -s'lli.-hi tun i iilllple
liun nf lin- wnrk aiuirding lu plans and
spocificalionsi will be received by Mr
John II. Funnel, Muuieipul i'lerk, until
ShMsGm
•TADS PnilPUQ »*AI.S THE MINUS
oiuro tuuuna mice..»ctN i s
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmian,
6 p.m. on Thursday the 18th Muy, for
.the.fallowing wke; )
I. O.ll/. (doariug and grubbing p0f
tion of Keith road east In 1). 1,, 41m
and D. I. .580.
II. 008. Clearing, grubbing ninl
grading road to lot i, block 5, I). 1..
2028,
il. Clli). Clearing, grubbing and
grading portion of Wellington Drive ,„
eluding raising trestle bridge.
I cini). clearing, grubbing and
grading roud lo lot Id, 1). L. 91611
6. 0)01. Clearing, grubbing in,;
grading road to lols ill uml 20,1111, 1.
I). I., tim ami 1107.
(I. 0108, Clearing, grubbing nni
grading road to lots 7 and H Block .:>
W I a I). I.. 7IIII.
7. 0108.   Clearing,   grubbing    :n,
grading ruad tu bit II, Hindi  lllll and
137, II. I., lildll.
t.   rim.   Clearing,   grubbing   in 1
grading roul to lol 21, bluck hi. D  I
2114.
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BOMANOE OF EARL'S l,OSJ
BROTHER      —;
oontiiiiicd fron) page three
unconventional )ifo of tlm sea, lie wns
denied all opportunity of touting it su
long aa liin afaiitlfatlior pr I'litlier was
alive. And it wua ouly when hu
fattier'» death uiatlo a fron man of
him Hint lie wax alile to realize Ins
lifo's nrohition. Ono January day in
18(10 tho earl (for such he now was)
aaid "good-bye" to liis mother and sisters and sailed from Liverpool, ostensibly on a visit to his unelo, 11n: Hou.
Arthur Uordou, who at the time was
governor of New Brunswick.
If it wero possible to cure a landsman of his passion for the sen, Hull
voyage should surely linvc cured Lord
Aberdeen, for thu passage lasted for
II days nf almost unbroken tcmpcM.
Hut Hid howling of the gulo nnd lite
freaking of the ship were us music to
his lordship, wliu lunded in Now Hum
wiek mon.' determined Hum ever lu
forgot Ms earldom iu Hie rollicking
life nl' u sniliir.
I'or a month lie wus liis uncle's
guest, felC'l, llllllll tu Ilis disgust, ns ,t
lirilisli nulilciuiiii. Then one duy lie
disappeared, ami as Oeorge Osborne we
sunn lind Imu working before Hie mast
on un iis'i'iin trump hound for Hie (,'uu
aries.
Liked by Sailors
v. nm liis fellow sudors thought nf
Hie new ret-ruit we learn from nn.'
Hawkins, who suys: "A person ul illinium' of (icorgi' Osboriii' joined tin
ship us u seaman. Osborne uml I iters'
un tbo smite watch. We bct-unic vert
Intimate. I bud myself enjoyed a good
t'lliii'iilitiii, ami' I sin ii found lliul lie
was much my superior in Hint, hnt we
look In nyrli ui Iht. When Osborne
joined Hie ship lie wus uut dressed likp
u sailur, und I wns surprise,I to Ilml
that lie had shipped us one, ij>-
liuuils were tender und tbey soon nut
titstcrcil. Mine were limit in n similar
late and we sunn joked about il. Hut
lie wus always active, willing uiul ener
gclie, nmi lunl. u fair slture ni nil tin
work. He nude himself musl popular
wilh the "ilis'iT's ami crow. He ltd.I me
Osborne wus an ussiiined nuitie and thai
lits-reul lililm' wus liordon, but lie sunl
I musl mil im ilium il un board Hu
ship."
Stiili wus lliu impression Oeorge ')•
I'unii', seamuit uud curl, .rented nu
In- males on buard Ilie brig II W(v|ic;
nmi tins excellent eliaraelt'r lie main
mined lo Hie In I lliul uf a willing
worker, u genial, kind hearted sailor.
nmi a good "pal." All the }:ril uf llu
litirdons was required in those curl,
ruugli days uf sailur life uml il mt
ried ltcor|rc Osborne triumphantly
Ihruugli them.
From the brig II. Wylie he next
found himself amoug the < rew uf ilu
s. homier Arthur Ilurlun. i-nrrying n
cargo of corn to Vera t'ru/; unl llii-
is Ilie tcslimony pant lu (Minnie by
a shipmate tailed Small; "I ulwricd
ilmi Osbyrne. iii helping iu dtsiharg<
the eurgu ul Vera I'm/, did nol'uppiui
tu work like u mun whu had been Us.ul
lu it. His hands seeuied soft, uud lie
legs seemed lu toller wlun enrryin;'
Hie sii.l.s uf com. Ilul he never gii'i
in. Imi lm said lu im1 he could nut e.
pe.'l lu .arry us lung us uut' uf us I'i
luws would."
Nol un.' of ins shipmates secnud I"
lune any suapii-ion uf Hie rank uf 0-
ln.ri.i-. They recognized, tuitiiriilh.
Ihut he W'as tlieir superior in clutaliui
uml probably in social status but I
anv'uiio had luld In in lliul "tlcul I.mun
Oeorge" as his nickname wus a gr.ul
S, ultijlt iiuI'I.iii.'iii wu iniiv be sure Hint
he would liuie laughed lund and lung
•Smith, whu was uu greuler lum- <i
ml una. f wilh l).-l»u[i,r llui, nnv ul
his fellows, supplies un amusing mi
liriualiiiu ol litis tint, fur wlun. lain
he was promoted tu Hie runl, ui mute
nn Ilie siliuuner 7.. via, he sny--; "'J In'
male divide* the .watches Willi Ihe tap
lum As luale. it was niy duty lu sel
eet oui' man lo be in my watchi ami I
selected (leorgc fur (his purpn-i-
knew I euiild chat In el) mlh h
Ihuugh I was uu ollicer He ivu
nut take advantage uf it as inuny un"'
wuuld."
Could  uiiyllnng  he  inure  ilclii  <
liuuiuruus Huiii tins naive confessiinil
The mate of u tramp senooiter chouses
en carl for his wuleh, because', fur
south, his lordship would nut lake any
advantage of the intimacy of his su
pcrior ofllicr.
Narrow Escapes
ilul to return. Al Vera I'm/ Os
borne had tbe first uf inuny narrow
escapes from death. The Mcxlni't
war was raging at Ine lime he win
helping lo unbind Hie rargo ol con .
and the shells of lbc bombnrdcrs were
shrieking past his ears. On one oe
casino a cannon ball struck a building
within a few feet uf where he was
standing. "Until the firing ceased,"
ho wroto to his mother, thc countess,
"J remained stationary nilh my head
through thc hole that the ball had
made. I thought it unlikely that bu
ut|ter idiot would eome just to Ui»l
same spot, but while 1 was there I saw
s"..ii people i.iii'"l
But Oeorge Osl.omo was by -m
moans conlont to remain a simple sea
man. Between two of hie vuytgei ho
B.C., TUESDAY, MAY 14, 19|2.
a]ient four months nt Boston, atudyiii
•grrHgirttmrTtt-tln;   Nmical1   wHtg?
there, inni lie niadp wil good we :of
his opportunities thut ho rocolve'il from
Hip authorities a eertifieato of qualili-
catitin" as lirst olliecr of any niereliout
sl|lp. It was during this period or
study tbut Osborne, carl, vieeount aud
baron received tbe followiug character from a ritling master in whose
house bo bad lodged:
('To whom' it muy concern. This is
tq certify that air. George Osborgc
lias lived iu my house- for the past
four months, and 1 can most cheerfully rci'oiniucntl liim ns u young man uf
guud habits and kind disposition.—P.
•S, 1'curson."
Ono can nlmost boo bis l.nlsliiji's
quiet sinile us he pocketed Ibis testi
nioninl lu liis virtues.
,01' Hie curl's simple tastes uud kind'
ly disposition ul the lime a inrpeiiliT'
friend culled Green, supplies the following particulars: "Ile wus very fund
of rending uiul of music. He used tu
pluy very often on (he piuno in my
house. He wus very guud lu llic eliil
dreii. My wife bus u little sister who
was often iu lhe house, uud George
used Tu lulte a great deal of nulir"
of her, and would sonietimes buy luu
llllli' prcstutts."
tin thrifty, loo, wns he, Hint oul of
his smull earnings he religiously set
upurl a portiou fur n nest egg. which
in lime umountetl lo lin. Once, huw
ever lie yieblotl lu tin' temptation In
draw two checks for lliiiil.i'inli un liis
Scottish bunkers u weakness wlneli
he lliu;. deplored lu his motber: "I
have never hud uny self rcspcel sime
I found uieuns tu get Ihul money.     I
have never hud uny plcnsitr   hi.
■line. I despise myself for my foolish
weakness. 1 shull never uguin hnl'l
up my bead."
Hi- I.'Hers In his inuili,>r, tth
loved I'li-siiiiinh'ly, urr lull uf rev ela
Huns nl a sweet nature, A leur run
through liiein Ihul l,e muy never see
her uguin. *' Huw tunny times," li
writes, "has Hits lliuuglit runic In ui"
iu Ilie 'lurk uud i heerb'ss nigh"
watches, bul I have lunl lu .1 ri\.- il
frum me us luu dreadful In tiling uf. I
tviiiul.T where yuu ore nuw und wbal
vun are 'Imug/ I I,nuw yuu are doing
some guud nnd Hint yuu ure a blessing
lu iill around yuu."
Those liuine letters record many •
strung.' adventure uml more titan une
narrow csriipe from death: ns wltei
llic veim-l he wus in, "deeply load.'I
im,I v.rv li'iiL.t " vvulir lugged hll sh,
lay over ou I" r Leum ends siruggl"!
fur 17 huurs in ii riiging sen. Ilin-ulcn
ing every iiiiiiiii nl tu fuiiiid. r      Win .;
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hp thought'hi«   last hour   bad come,'tho'sen.   The ship gave a heavy foil;
^tmilirinniT'^illtSn'sCimligrl'is: Hie-downliNtil-goMautr Gubopie-^nd -
safety.  Aud Iiirougli all those poriotli, 11 woro both caught in the bight of tlio
of sirens nnd danger his ouo lltoiighi downlmul,    Tbo lirst shock cniuo on
wns fm his distant mother, to whom
ho Bonds his "nover dying lqvc."
8o obsessed was he with the terrible fear fiiut ho would never see lior
again that after tl|rco years of . sein
faring lifo ho decided to return to
ScptlMid to resume bia rank' and its
duties. Ono moro voyage ho v.ould
malic—this time in tbo Horn, from Hm.
ton to Melbourne and this should bo
biB last. But, alas, for his dreaming
and his hopes! lt probed indeed to be
his lakt. Tho Hera sel sail from Huston harbor on the 21st uf .limitary,
1870. Six duys later (leurge Osborne
was washed overboard ami perished in
the sea.
His Laat Voyage
him because lio was nearer tho Bail than
I. I lind timo to lay myself down
and lliu ropo pussed ovor mo gntl Os-
lun ne was drugged across uio uml
into tbo sen.. It wns the work of a
second."
Thus perished, iu tbo primo of bis
duys, une of llio Inieift gentlemen who
bus ever graced tbo Hritisb peerage.
Hi inin had proved ouly too true;
for never ou curtb should ho boo again
tbu mother he loved so deeply, and
who wus lefl to carry a broken heart
tu the grin,', And thus it wus that
ltl yeurs ngu und moro tbo Aberdeen
lurunel culm; to lllc dead Bailor's brother, John Campbell (lonlou, seventh
inii of his lino, who todny rules Ire
Tho story of Hie tragedy is Ihusjluud as the King's liouletmut.
liibl by lliu ship's captain: "Wn suite,I
on the Hist of January. Wo lunl ten
lunl v, ml Iht, indeed; on the mowing of
tho :17th uf .luniinry I was alarmed in
my cabin by the cry of 'a mun over
Sn,...unl l ".ml Dlilrlcl
llllll"
were
lionnl.' I rushed uu di
Hint the man overboard
Kvcrylhing ilml my cxp
suggest as possible wus
him. Hopes ami plunks
lo him. The bunt was
but it was impossible
The-waves were very high.
"I saw Osborne struggling
water,     I heard bim i-rv mil
TAKK Nt.iTli:i.'l lliul Muiruy t.'IKt, of
Vuncuuv.r, ll. ti. occupation, lumberman, itth nils tu apply fur jicrmlssliiu
It inul  fouml I In   purchase   lliu   fulluvvliig   tleserlbod
Osburne
•e   .-mm
to  BUVi
throwi
leiired uwuy
i launch lur
Imi
lund
I'ulllllu-lli ill,; ul ,1 pust plunlcd nl llic'
nnrlli-cusi .until of Timber l.lmli No.
l.llli:,   Ilience  vv.st  CO  cluiiiis.  (Hence
inuilli (0 olurlns, llioncc ciiBt CO tliiilns
more ut* leas tu slture line, thenee sou-
Ulerl)   ulung  Hliure  litie  lu pulnl    of
summiiHeini'iii, containing Slo    acrea
i Inure ur I' ss.
illillll.U CMfc'F,
Jlllli  F, 1.1 ii.n;v.  ill!
; • ilKDItQIC VEItDIUIl, Agenl.
Su,. ..mil I.mul nisi.i, i
and
tries  suun
very cold
musl have pcrishc,
The Beeoml mill
uu  a.-, .in ii I   uf  Hi
Hits I'lilaslrtiphe:
tlie iniiiiisail." he
were
The   Uilh'l
■II   II   gnul    -I
very .-iiiui."
III till Ihli
earlii'sl sin
"We were Ii
ays "ll I".in
"'  'bug    '
tvki; ,\
I'll,   nl   V
I  Ul.l  I-'     lill.ll,
ml:   lull  h.
SOlii   sl Inmlu
I',ui in, lu in
rit'i-:
entnvr, II   C    occui atltii.,
lnlenda tu  ni'l ly   fur  pel ■
in. hits,- the  (ulluvvlllg  J.-
II.;
Iiln,,
llm
sume  rupi
I   uns   bilwe
ul ii pust iilunit-tl nl Lis
il    ,t, ,, .'in iim- uf Ilinl"]' limit  No
liiein.'   li.'rili  CO  I'li.ilns   thence
in i lining, in ire ur hss lu stioro
I,, iii.  iinutli easterly ulung shore
■   ;   sni   nf  fiimmeneomcnt  und
nin:. .'iui iiiii n iiH'ii' nr less
' 11 Wilms 1: i:.mii:i:tt
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LynView' Lynn VieW!
Lynn View
Lots from $325 lo $500 per lot.
Terms, $50.00 cash, $10.00 per month
i\ These lols arc one hloi k hum i at Inn in lynn Valley and
nice and level and high.
ii\ Lei us quote you rates on hue, Life and /Viidenl
INSURANCE
McMillan & reid
I'liulte   l.: I
I.i) ..-I'M I.   U I.M
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CORNER
Lot 1, re-sub. of lot 6, Block 7, D.L. 549
size 33 x 145 feet, cleared
PRICE ONLY $5000
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^JJ   lhe Quality is here.     t
|TF   LAWN MOWERS in all siics
^JJ   from 12 lo Ifi inches.
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the best on the maiket ranging (rom
300 to 500 pounds and the prices are
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Phone 12.
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We solicit lhe hade of al
I li;'li Grade Goods al  a
prompt and fareful filling of orders, which our large
slock and long experience in business makes possible.
builders who appreciate
moderate price, and the
Burrard Sash & Door Factory, Ltd.
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25 (oot Corner on Chesterfield and
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for #10,000 ou terms of $3,00(1   caab. Balance   6, 12 and   IS moutha.
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For lurtlier particular!! apply ul
HOOD & SOUTAR
Boom 20. Ul Lonadale Avenuo. North Vtncouver.
(above Poat Ollice)
Post Ollice Box No. 2691. Telephone No. 162.
$1 down, $1 per week
Canada's
«     Pride
'u t' P.ll? Malleable Sleel R.nje
• Oi, il.. i-u.o) | ;i'.i.h nt j Ian "I Ono   I'olliir  'loun   binl   Ouo   Dollar  \>ut
Hi-rk w>  ju.  t*ftt-nii|i oii'  "I tiw I-i-i   MhIIi-iiIjIi'  Wli'd   Kajigr*  on   llio
I'unuoi.iii ii .ul.) I *
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.'.I,. :■  oi I .fi Mnwiuu Htuvfl btt-tfLi-uM riictled ou DialleftbUvlCfl/{^tn<
il    •  uli-oluti'l)   uit|>'Hlru< hLli     Ini|>otip]l;lv lo tturji or rruik uih)  no
nto\i |iuti\ in ihr joint" io i.i i out ut un> lime
>>uj>|-j .<-I   v. iiii   kuiii'ilioiil   ot   t.ipli i-li\aii'.| . njijicr rCvtTvoir
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
HARDWARE
'hone i%
107 Esplanade Wetl
Waterpoww in Swedon
Tbe use in Sweden of wstarpqwer ia
rapidly increasing, according to a report by Ur. John puff, hii Muj.isly's
Consul at Gothenburg. He atatea:
"Tlm yeai 1910 records pn Important
increase in the aniouut of water-power
ilii.liilliiliouii   have  Im-iiii   rulil|>b'li'd;   20
of llit'ini ara private installations, varying from 80(1 mu:..'[in".'i to that of
tbe Store Kopparborga Borgslaga Alt-
tiobolag at the Bullorfpraen with 24,-
000 horsepower, am) the Sydsvonska
|. in iiu 1,1 iis|inlii|','h. laat two „ eta-
lions of 10,000 horsepower. Oue installation ia tho property of thu state, vu.,
that at 'I'mllliiilliin, wbicb, with its
10,000 horsepower, ia the largeat of
thum all. In adtlition, there arc Ave
water power installations of altogether
iii.iu horsepower that were ro built
during the year, wl|ereby thu aeeos
lion of   electric   energy  whicii  tho ,
It is estimated tbat about *i,40()
Tffljttrnf (ifuiatity |n Canada-weiiHip-in
smoke last year.
Tbo New Verb Times saj-B that
among men who made tbeir mark in
Bpglisb history, 1,3711 woro eons of
ministers, UIO sous uf lawyers uud llii'l
sons of doctors Wben Governor Womb
row Wilson of New Jersey was asked
why tli eworld so generally charges titut
ministers' sous go wrong, bo said, "lie
cause It does uot kuow tbe facts.' Go.'
ornor Wilson Ib the tun of a ministc.
1836     THE BANK OF     1912,
ShMsGun
•TflBO rfllMllft HIAI.8 THE I.DNG6
Fl COUGHS vbics. js cknis
A. CAMPBELL HOPE
a. A. Oil.,, B.O.S.A.
Arcbitont
1726 Oheiterlield Aveuue,
North  Vancouvtr
couutry received during lllll) amount* 1 vp^ a ju
to 111,380 horse-power. —
"There  ure  building seven   privates t
water-power installations wilh a tolal
of 115,0011 horsepower, and furthermore,
the installation by the state at l'orjus,
also commenced during the yeur, and j
which,  with  its  50,000    horsepower,!
raises the total horsepower at the sta       ^ ^.^ t|1| ^ ^ ^ g| ^
lions   now   buildiug  to   115,0111)   horse
power." investigate new practical gasoline don
Ami where, we would like to know,
is the country that can beat Ihe Nortli
Short' in waler powerl pay
GASOLINE DONKEYS
key iu iiuii.i' medium and -null jobs
LOANS
Money uilvuni'L'il on lirnt mortgage)
Nortli Vum'OUViT |iro|i«rty ut Nort'i
Vancouver rales.    A^ircim'tits Inr huI^
{luri'lmto'tl.
H. 0. HARTLEY
411 Metropolitan Building, Vancou*. or.
I'liune Sllill.'
Powerful, easily moved, cheap tu op
rrale. Also useful fur grading, pill
driving, ele. Seasonable pri
Onus,
Olid
B. O. NOTZEL
2116 Yukon Street,
Fairmont 135311.      Vaiieouter.
!=2=!a«E Lynn View
Lots from $325 to $500 per lot.
Termi, $50.00 caih, $10.00 per month
<j 1 hese lots are one block (rom car line in Lynn Valley and
nice and level and high.    	
fj 1^1 us quote you rates on I-ire, Life and Accident
INSURANCE
McMillan & reid
I'hone  llll.
ID liONSDAI.K AVKNUI'!
78 Years in Business.  Capital and Boierve Ovtr 17,61)0,000.
'   • "i
YOUR SUCCES&METER
Uogard yo..r B. N. A. Savings Bunk Hook as a Sort of meter which records
plainly yuur progress towards prosperity.  There   aro   hundreds   of   im, •
BANK OF BKITISII NOBTH AMBBIOA sueeosa-lnoters in the homes um I
you.   Is there one III your home!   If not, we will gladly provide one.
I
Two Officei in North Vancouver, Corner of Lonidale Ave
and Eiplanade. Upper Lonidale Avenue, near 14th Street
WE HAVE
SOME VKHY CHOICE RESIDENTIAL FBOPEBTIE8 IN
ALL PABT8 OF THE OITY AND NOBTH LONSDALE DIS
THIOT.
BEE OUB LIST BBFOBE PUBOHABINO
t\
L L WOODARD
124 Second street NOBTH VANCOUVEB Fhouo 157
NORTH LONSDALE
Uor lota iu HI". I- 3, I) I.. 781 are   .I'm;.' rapidly.   Tbey arc ungues
liuniibly the . li.-:i|-. ..■ homesite in Nurlli Vaneouver todsy, and when the
oxlcuwou of the Norlb Lonsdale ear Hue lakes place they will be cheap
' at (600 ptr lol.
Uuy al once a 40 fool lol fur Hit. —
Terms WO cash, balance t, I„0)UWVI|K ,uuuw 'jmt^tnm u{ pus r.
Ibis price lei one week so doo 'I delay.
——^mmm i        n       i      i    ii
CARDINALL & MacGREGOR
10S EBPLANADE  (OLD POM OFFIOB)
Phont m t. o im mo
Agenti for London Assurance Co.
We hive • good selection of Houses for Sale or Rent
THINK OF THE
Little ones at home and see that during this hot spell their Uttls feet are
not too warmly clad.   We bave In stock a large selection of Strap Shoei,
Sandals and Lacrosse Shots and Oxfords for tilt "Llttlt outt at lronie."
Our range of Moil's and Women's Oxfords cannot be btsttu for varltty of
choke, chtaputti wltb merit .style, lit aud durability,
NOW IS THE TIME TO LOOK SMART
Be Stylish   Be Up-to-Date
and buy your footwear from the .people who can shot North Vancouvtr.
Winning Number This Week UU
SHOES REPAIRED QY MACHINERY
.'. Af THE SHORTEST NOTICE   .'.
Wood-Paige Shoe Co.
FIRST STREET EAST
nmm
Mount Crown Woek, Opp. City Hill
J
AU the printing we do is proof of our
ability. We specialise iu tbe little
thiiiKii which are so important, and
which add excellence to your work.
Our plaut aud stall, combined witb tho
study we give to tlie trade, enables
ua to i ive satisfaction. We will glvt
estimates, make up dummies or advise
you on any work you want done.
NOBTH   8H0BB   PBESS   LIMITED
•Publishers     of     "Tbe   Express."
Printers of Flue Job Work.
I
North Vaueouver, B. O.       Phone 80.

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