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Board of Trade Discusses
P.G. E. Railway Situation
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WILL 00 0PBBATB WITH OTHBB
BODIES ANP 1'OEWABD
BTBONU    BESOI.UTION
TO    UOVEBNMENT
BBBVE NBLSON DBOIiABBB WBST
VANOOUVBB IS NOT TO BLAME
FOB PBLA1C IN OONSTBUOTION
The newly elected president, Mr. F..
11. Hriilgmtn, |ii-i-:.i.li-il uver llio regu*
Itr iii"iiilii- iu-1 nu: ut Hie Husrd uf
Trails buhl In the rity bull oil wti|asi
ilay evening, when brief reference was
ininli- lo lbe present situutiuu of i's.-i-
Hi! Ureat Must uru affairs, nu fsr as tlie
Norlb Hburu is |iarlii'tilurly uffuclcil.
Tlte secretary had previuusly been
instructed In write lu lliu cunipuny
asking fur inl'urinulioii as In tiie pruh
able date it is intended to cuininunce
cunstructiuu uf tin.' railway liuu within
tliu iiuiiinlurius uf llu- rily ami district
municipalities nf Nurlli Vancouver. To
this lellur uu reply liml been received
lu ilale.
Tliu president- etplaineil .thul Ibis
lilin luiil buull forwarded with a view
tu .ii.-..II.--HI,' what thu railway com
pany purposed doing.
AM Irwiu inu.lt) i. i.ii mu |„ tbo
i. -..Iniiuii passu.I recently by tliu rule
payers' assiR-iutiuu's executive asking
why thu company't charter, wbers it
concerns Nurlli Vaui'uuvt'r, was mil
boing I'oiuplii-'l wilu.
The |.i.-.-i.l. nl agreed that il wus in
a spirit of gunural co-opsrstion thut
this mut i.t sliuiilil bu appruui'lieil. il
wus thu upiiiion nf lhe members thut
lliu board shoulil atti'ii'l tin) , iinini
iiiui'ting uf thu ratepayers' association
which is lo take place on In.In. even
iug iu tliu Kni|;nin uf I'ylhius llall.
Mr. iiiiiiiiiii.-..ui thought thut iu a'l'li
liou lo  |"-iiiiini' wilh ..ilni public
bodies, iii.lm.lunl reiolulioni liuuriug
upon thu mutter shuuld bu furwtrdod
lo the govu-ruiiiuiil frum eu.-li in.-u.ui
|iuii and Imiii on the Nurth Sboro.
TIm- president reminded llie  -
ui tin- rumor that the company was
likely to appeal lu thu goveruuieul lu
hsve Niui section referring to t'Oti
strutting wilhin tun miles uf Vancou
ver .i-i.ii.i  frum  Ihu charter.
Abl. Irwin thought Unit Vancouvor
should bu inlert'slt'd iu Ihia phas.' uf
Ihu pri'suiit siliialiuii, uud suggested
thai Ihu Vim. inn ri Huurd uf Trade
should bu spprosclieil wilh u reuueil
lor ils cu operation.
It wsi decided thul Ihu eieculire
sliuiilil draft u strung resolution for
furwaiding lu lliu gut eminent ami Ihul
Ihis roaolutiou sbuuld lie furwurded lu
ulher public bodiei uu the Nurth Bhore.
Mr. I'liirlet Nelson, reeve uf West
Vi
Hall-Hour Session
-    of District Fathers
mure feasible ouu than tny roulesluug
the  mn- hun   of llie iiliiiil.'lplilily     Hs
iiiil not Ihink for one momeut tbst tbs
slaml taken by West Vancouver hsd
anything whateyur to do wilb tbu company's uut liiiililing that rsilrosd. If
Ihu government was, prepared to take
in liuu, as fsr as Wust Vancuuver wai
concerned, tbey bad nothing furtber
to say in tbe matter.      '
The president agreed tbsl it wss
eviiluul that Wust Vaucuuver was to
Iiu madu the "seepugusl" iu auy case.
It was ii greul pity that tbe govern
iiiunt was choosing tu hold back ils
decision in ttie matter. Tin- dght be
tween .Weil'Vancouver and Ibo rail
way company was simply being used
as uu argument fur delaying cotistruc
liun.
Mr. I imiii l.i uu nn! un..I of tbe reove
whether he considered there had been
limine di'lay uu thu guverninuut's part
in rendering a decision on receipt uf
West Vancouver 'a repurt.
The rcevo .-tiiie.l that thu couucil
euuld see uu reasuii why the guveru
muni should nut huvu decided iu Iwo
ur III rue days after receiving Ihu re
purt. Ail the fads wuru before tbem
uml ul nny rale a decision euuld bsve
been reudered iu.--i.li- uf a week. Since
Hid ''nli uf ;'i |.i. nil" i unly one com
iiiunicatioo bad been received drum
thu government in regard lu the mat
ter, and that was a purely private lei
ter frum |he minisler of railways.
II was reported thai affairs pertain
iug tu tbe I-..mnl Narrows tiridgc
project were progressing favorably, Ibe
city council baling already passud tbe
hridge by law on its lirsl reading. Aid.
Irwiu informed the meeting that tbe
by luw wuuld be submitted lo the pen
pie shortly.
Mr. I'littles Nelson, reeve uf Wesl
Vancuuvur, Mr. Hans vuu Qrssvssitl
snd Mr. II. 0. ll.uil. i were iutlalled
as in.-ml,era uf the board.
A letter wat received irom tbu tec-
rujsry of tbu Vaucuuver liraucii uf tbu
Society for thc Prevention of Cruelly
to Ai,uunl- appreciating tbu attitude uf
the Huurd Inwards (be appointment of
uu inspector esciusivuly fur the Nurlh
Sburu.
Mr Aleissder I'hilip wrote thanking
the Huard fur its Mural tribute uu tbu
uccaiiotl nf hit wife's funeral.
The secretary was authorized lu re
ply In the inquiries uf a Vernon mau
whu siiuglil information as to tbe pus
.-iiniiiii-.- ul North Vaucuuver.
A notice uf motion tendered at thu
lasl meeting by Mr. S. II. Schulli, for
the purpote of enabling the hoard tu
make honorary life members, was laid
upon the lablu uniil Ihe nest meeting
OAPIIANO BATBPAVBBfi AND BM
PLOVMENT   mmiNO   WINTEB
Another of tbu ilistricl cuuucil'a halt
huur sessions look place last evening iu
tbe municipal ball, Keuvo May prcsid
lug.
A toiler was rocuivod from Mr. ft, T.
Salsbury intimating that the expenses
accruing tu the entertainment uf the
Arctic Brotherhood recutilly bad
amounted lu rlMuii'i. Of Ibis umuunt
the cily wst paying (1181.1111, three ipiar
ten uf thu sum, while thu district!
shure as srrsuged would be ouei|uar
tur of the minium, IVIDM. The mutter
WSS I.l .11' -1 tU tllU Iiuiiii. e committee
A Ii'iiii was alsu received from the
secretary of lbe I'i|ioi> of Hritisb Columbia MllUlelp.'lllll."- recommending
thai the municipalilies of thu province
should collaboratu iu tbu unpoiiitiiiciil
of a select euinmilluu with power tu
uppuiul a tuiieitur to watch all legis
huni.' with a view tu guarding every
portiou of the province from udverse
elm,'tnieni aud foster all measures lend
iug to the advancement of the whole
or auy pari Iberoof, Ihu cost of such un
appoinlmeut to be apportioned iu on
eipiiiiilili- manner by tbu executive.
Tbe intent uf Ibis resolution is lhal. us
so many municipalities iu the pn >l havu
suffered from legislation, both publli
ami private, and have had in many
ties tu bear the cosl nt cuuuaci to
attend thu session uf tbu legislature
seeking relief, such au appointment it
deemed very essential.
This will entail an expenditure from
nuw until after session in Ullil, appro!
imatiug tlttl, which the municipalities
sre asked lu provide in umouiits uf from
IIU to »:'.'> An equitable uinounl frum
Ibe dislricl of North Vancouver would
be 115.
Tbe executive at its last meeting
iu Hcvelstukc, appointed Mr. M.lliur
ancouver, ipeukiiig opun this iptca since Mr. Bt-bull/ was uot present lo
tflSu, alluded Mo the impression whlcb submit bit motion. In case Mr. Scbullz
una being eonieyed from certain ijiiar 'should lie unable to attend the ucxl
ters thai il is the altitude of Wust meetiug, Mr. I.. Walls Honey moved
Vancouver authorities Ibal is lo blame to the same effect, bis motion to Set
for delaying of construction to or near. concurrently with Mr. Ncburlt'i
mid, llle solicitor of Victoris,' subject tu tbe coroutines' being sbJs to
iilitsiu tbe co operation of lbs several
iniini ipulllics.
Tbe council expressed its willingoett
lu accept tbia arrangement, of which
lhe delegates bad spoken iu fsvortblu
terms upon Ibeir ret urn'fruni tbe con
veutiou.
Tbs Capilano Bstoptyert' Assecia
tion bombarded tne council with itvor'
sl lutltrs upon sundry topics. One
in.piitcd wbst wst being done almul
gelling ('"full rosd allowance lu the
west end of Rolnon rosd to conned
with the marine drive. To tbis the
council replied that the matter was
now in tbe bsndt uf the clerk ami the
district   nin nm.
The- assucislion slso complained
against Ibe authorities having slopped
mun frum working iu tbe Ctpilaiio dis
triel, nucleus in Lynn Valloy district
the road men were still engaged. Thc
ratc|iayers were given to understand
that ou the pasting of tbe recent by
Inu- lhat ample euipluymenl during
Iho winter wuuld be fuuml fur Ihu road
iuuu iu the district. It was resolved
al a meeling uf the sssocistiun tu
aak the cuuucil lo find work for rale
payers in Capilauo by Ihe opening of
roads or tbe repairing of existing roads.
The letter was referred to the Huard
uf Works for lbc purpose of a report.
('i.uu. Westuver, chairman of the lire
uml light ciniiniillee, repurted that in
regard lu the applicatiou fur a slreei
light ou the crner uf King ami Ones
terlicM, Ihere were lights uu all the
corners uext to Ibis one; therefore for
lhe present Ibis would bave to stand
ovsr. The committee recoiiiiiicu'led
that streel lights ibould lie pitied al
the fulluwiug comers: Nous.and ('cu
Ire, li i in n, i and Hubs, Shakespeare
uml Miiiui.. Prouiliic and Huyayno,
Westuver ami lloskius. This recom
meiidalioii was adopted.
■BBBBBBBBBB*
Bridge Span is
ADVIOES FBOM OTTAWA DISPOSE
OF THIS IMPOBTANT FBATUBB
WILL BB W FBBT IN THB OLEAB
Me*rs, Cleveland snd Cameron, re
sideiil engineers for Hiirrurd Inlet Tun
uul and Hridge Compsny sre in receipt
of s telegram from Messrs. Cringle
unil (iiilbrio, thu cuuipaii.v 's purliamen
tsry solicitors at Ottawa, to tbe effect
thst an order has boun mado Anally approving of a span twu Iiundred Slid
twenty live fuel iu width ill Second
Narrows Hridge.
The exail wording of the.telegram
is us follows: "Order madu today, two
spans 22t feel each."
The telegram dues not ststc sped
fically whether Ihu order was made by
Ihu Hoard uf Ilailway Commissior.ers
ur by the ilepurlmcnt uf i'ublie Works.
Previous ciirrespomlenee rceeiveil from
the iiuli.-iiiiis giyes tome in t imu I iuu,
however, of ill prububle source. I'mler
dste of November nth, tho engineers
received s letter from tbe solicitors
one clause of which in discussing Ihu
bridge epsn stslcil ss follows: "Tbu
assistant chief commissioner bas just
returned to Ottawa and advises us
that In- it prepared to dual with tbo
matter."
Tbit letter wss followed on the Ililli
by the telegram as ijiiotcil abovo. it
it, tbereforo, concluded that Die Html
urder approving of a span of Iwo liuu
ilrgil and twenty-five feut was issued
by the Botrd of Bailway f'oiiiuiissioiiers
lumceiling iii cooperation wilb tbu
department of public works. Whatever
the exact position muy be iu that regard, the order is llnul ami settles at
once and for sll, the mutter uf the
length of the span fur Beeoml Narrows
Bridgo.
Re-purchase By-law to
be Fint of Ferry
By-laws
MANAOBB  AUTHOBIEBD  BY  1)1
BBOTOBS TO AOQUIBB STEAM
CAPSTAN
The reeve called al I    It wax suggested by Aid. Irwin thai
North Vancouvi'
lention   In  some   utterances   of   Mr. the  transportation  i-uininittcr  should
D'Arcy Tale, chief counsel i|f the I'a   look  into the mutter of tbu inlerruu
eidc Hreut Eastern which were pub
lislicd in Ihe form of an interview in
the Express recently. In contradiction
lu Ihcso itateniontl, the speaker cuu
tended that lhc roule for which Wcsl
Vancouver had asked was ' a
more economical one   and an entirely
Flooding in Diitrict Has
Kept Engineer's Department Busy
DIHOOLOBATION OF WATBB HAS
NOW BBBN REDUCED TO MIN
IMUM
Tbe ditlrict engineering depigment
bsi been having su snxiout ium- gw
ing lo thu ll.i.iding mime,l by ibe re
rtnt besvy rainfall.' Fortunately the
wsler bts been kept well uuder control
sud terious datusge successfully obvisl
sd. At s certain poiut ucsr to tbe
Lynn creek sleel bridge, however, tbe
creek list swollen and spread itself
all over the surrounding neighborhood,
the dais lowardt the Inlel being under
waler iu places. By enlarging lbc
draiuage, bridges, culverlt, etc., and
by lbe Interception where possible of
wsler likely lu dood snd ronduiug
It within well defined wster courses,
tbe deparliueiit bsa generally prelected
tbe municipality from further occur
Mnctt of tbii character Tbe prevents
tlvs Work doot during thl summer hus
bus provse offtctive in t number of
piaess,
iici'liuli of the slreet cars ami the fer
ries, and sec if il is nol possible tu
have arrangements made iu lhat a car
unci every ferry ou tbe wbarf. io
convenience had heeu occasioned man)
of the public by the absence uf such
facilities in regard lo the 114(1 boat.
»'
lu connection witn tba dislricl waler
system excellent results continue lu be
ubtaiiied frum tbe tcvertl inttkei and
tbu .lm- ut.uniiiiii uf lbe wtler his
been reduced lu a minimum.
Ferry Bylaws Probably
Submitted Dec. 7
Mr. II. Iv Kemp, itrrtltry of tbe
ferry dlrectori, reported to Ibe dirtr
lors yesterday sflcinoou tbst be bsd
received notice tbst three ferry byluw. were being drawn up by thc
city council, une to rain ♦lxs,«W fur
Ibe repurchase uf old bonds, s tecosd
for tlllli.uiw fur Ibt mini ruction of I
new ferry tod t (bird for I'lt/kki let
mi.hiiiuiul ia. din.', fur tbe Vincuuver
terminus. Tbe bylaws, together wilb
others making an aggregsle of over
bslf s million dollari, will probably be
submitted lo lhe people oo December
7lb.
, 1—	
B0B9
To Mr- SSd Mft. V.. I. Wlteowbs,
Illi lib strut sstt, Nov. 181b, s das
gktsr.
The regular meeting of the Hoard
uf Ferry directors look place iu the
niii..- uf the company yesterday after
noou, Mayor McNeish presiding over
a full attendance uf the directorate,
Thc report of the ma linger, Mr. i
M   Heard, was as follows:
"I beg I u rcpurl thai I hsvo received
frnm the Cauadian Fairbuoks Morse
t'o., s reduced price on a steam cap
-lun wbicb Ihey have iu Stock, which
puliation I herewith submit, tbe cap
lieu would be tuilable for lhe steamer
No. I.
"Mr. Smith, the city engineer, Mr
Amsknbl and myself examined the mo
iliiinn under lue North Vancouver
wharf recently, ami both Mr. Smith
aud Mr. Amskold were surprised al the
amount uf dirt that was coming down
from Ibe pipe discharging under the
wharf, and decided Ibal al tbe n.xl
period of low tides which will be ou
Iho nib, "Uth and 'lilh inst., that Ibey
will undertake to cuuslrucl a bulkhead
across lbe wbtrf.
"Tbe branch uf the fuel oil pipe
line fur Ibe use uf Ibe Teioiin.il Steam
Navigatiun Cu. bat beeu installed ami
it n-idy for Sit.
"Tbt gilvmited iron feme on the
Viucouver wbarf it also completed,
"Under Ibt development uf more
power Ibtn formerly, lbc engine of
steamer Nu. If it tbuwing sume of its
wttk polott, ssd we bsd au all night
job lsst nigbt making some repairs."
In regsrd lo Ibe sctptiring of Ibe
ileaiu capstan menliuned iu this re
porl, tbe manager wu empowered by u
majurity volt to purcbue time. Mr.
Boult being Ibe only member of tbe
board to disfavor sucb a purcbue sl
tbe present Hue. ('apt. (alei, iu par
licultr, bu empbuixed thc need uf a
steam capstan st several previous III
sinus of tbe hoard. The remainder of
Ibt manager's reporl wu formally u.f
opted
On Ibe suggestion of Mr. Boolt, tbe
city council will be asked lo give Ibe
by l*w for tbt rsporebsse of ferry de
bentyrei drit plice among Uie thrct
by laws iborlly lo be submitted. Mr
B*a|l ssid tbat m tbere migbt be a
tendency stsosg certain of tbe elec
torsi* to tblnk Ibst las ftrrits wsrs
t
requiring' loo much money, some might
vule for the drsl bylaw and uot vole
for the ulher two. As thc rcpurehas
ing hy law was a very important une
il seemed desirable thai this shoold
he lirst of the trio. Thc mayor agreed
thai this was a good suggestion, and
did uul sec Ibat auy technical ililli
cully euuld prevcut ils being carried
uul. The council will be formally writ
leu lo accordingly.
Ilis wurship incidentally staled that
ne had noticed a letter al the cily
hall from Vaueouver asking North Van
couvcr city lu submit a bylaw to its
electorate for the amount of its share
iu Ihe cosl of Ihe construction uf the
projected subway al lhc Vaucuuver
wharf.
Board of Trade Inquires
About Railroad
Construction
ASKS WHEN P. 0. B. BY. 00. WILL
BEGIN   TO  FULFIL  LOOALLY
IMPOBTANT PAST OF
OHABTBB
The execiilivc uf the Hoard of Trade
last evening took into consideration the
drafting of a resolution to be forward
cd to the provincial government re
luting lo the situation uf Pacific Ureal
Kaslem affairs. This waa in pursuance of u decision arrived at during
Wednesday uight's general meeting uf
the bosrd.
Tho resolution which is beiug forwarded to lhe proper parties by Mr.
.1, Wylie llousbjion, Ibe board's sec
retary, is us follows:
"That the provincial government be
respectfully reipiested to inform the
board when lhc i'aeilie Ureal Kaslem
Ilailway Company will cummeucu tu
carry uut the coiftilliout uf their charier
wilh respect lu construction of the Hue
wilhin ten miles uf Vancouver."
ll wua further resulted thai a copy
of this resolution should be forwarded
lu the Premier, to Ibe Minister of
Iiiuiu,,i-. .. to Mr. P. I,, farter Cotton,
Ml'.P., uml IU Ihe Vancouver Hoard of
Trade.
Building Permits
ihe following applied for building
permits duriug Ibe preseut month:
1,'iotaiiiii tin-, in, small store ou lot
III, block 111, subdivision Ilill, tu eust
(Ml
l .1. ' i.r.-.tiii.l. Beach Ave., Van
mover, Iwo small une storey houses on
lots I aud tl, block 1, subdivision lii.
to cosl law .... li
T I.-i,in,., Vaucuuver, frame bun
galowi, ou lul 6, block HI, subdivision
211, eust,  I". u.'i
II. 1). l-'iie. tlury tud s bslf bun
galuw un  Hill, itreet, cost H/nin
II. fuul llernard, shack S7tb atreel,
cost IV19.
John (Junn, 8 roomed bouie, L'L'nd
ilreel, cuil HlKi'i.
Pete Koliiu-oii, repsir dwelling uu
lol 17, block *MA,-lubdiviiiou IUG, tl
coat AGO.
John K. (Iambic, bungalow, lot lit),
bluck W, tall. 'IU. eoat tl/nm.
J. W. Home, .-lore shed lot 1, Woek
lid, coit t'.ni
Frank Porbne, I roomed bungalow
ou lot 8, block ill, sub. 646 8, cott
tl/W.
Items of Interest
Mr, 11. I'oburn returns lo southern
Dakota today ufter nu extended visil
to North Vulieouver.
Dr. sud Mra. McMiuc have returned
from the coal, where tbey were called
owing to the illness of the doctor's
sister.
Mr. A. +!. Crlckmsy returned from
southern California ou Sunday lasl.
Mrs. Crlckmsy remained tu enjoy a
few more vi.-*|s in the sunny south
Owing lo the difficulty experienced
iu making the ipproech to tbe K P.
hall duriug lhe rainy wcalber, through
grading operations on lib alreel, the
commillee has decided to putlpone the
Sunday evening concerts until Ibe itreet
near ily- point has been made more
passable.
A sale of work aod ciilcrltinmeut
in connection with the Nortb J.outdSIc
Presbyterian cbiirch it auuuuuced to
luke place on Thursday, December 61b
Among the attractions iu Ibe eveuing
will be a presentation of (.'harlot lllck
ens' liml s.eue frum Ibe Pickwick
Pspers, sud S drsl sid dcmoiittralion.
Mure psrtirulars later.
Nev.toii. W. Kichinouil, 0. A. Luiug
and tbu Nurth Lonsdule Presbyterian
church choir.
Minium,- N'urtiiiiitoti, Ihe populur cun
tralto vocalist of this eily, is uppear
iug tbis evening at a concert iu llev
elitoke st which Mr. .J. J). A. Tripp, the
iuleiiiml pianist of Vancuuter, is also
appearing. It wss ul lirst feared that
Madame Noruiiuton wuuld be uuablu
lo inliil Ibis cngugi-iiienl owing lu a
throat malady with whieb she has
been lighting for several days. Willi
medical ulteiiilu'ncc, huwever, she made
a rapid recovery] and was able to
leave for Id-lelsii.l..- lust evening.
Mr. Jobu Qreeule.es, a well knuwn
boot and shoe manufacturer uf tilasgow,
Mi-othio.l, is at present lhc guest of
Mr. James Fiinllay, chief of the local
lire department. Mr. Qroenluei is tlso
the proprietur of a successful business
on similar liuca in Winnipeg, where he
has eoiisldsrsblo persuual interest*. Thu
iame remark applies lu North Van
couver, his real estate invest men tl iu
this cily being eloquent of the faith
which be has in its future prosperity.
. tlreeuli'ca arrived here lasl even
iug.
Ou lhe uighl of Wednesday, Decern
ber 1Mb s military ball will 'be held
in the Iniiin iiliuiiil hull, the pruceeds
frum uiin ii will be devoted tu the Vic
turian Order uf Nurses. Arrangements
sre iu the bands of a committee of
ladies comprising Mesdumes Kccne,
Jacksou, Jlrldgmaii and Kilcbiii and
Miss Thomson. The bull is to be held
inni.i the pain in ag" uf ('apt. J. K.
Ward and officers of the Sixth Com
pany Cauadian Field Kngiueers. Tiei.
cts arc pro. limbic al the Warhurml/
pianu bouse or from say member uf
the . hiiiuiiii. -
IMPOBTANT   MEBTINO
TONIOHT
An important meeting of Bate
payers is to take place this even
ing in tbt Knigbls of Pylbiu
Hsll Sl 8 o'clock under tbe sut
pices of tbs Local Bat*a*yeri'
Association. Holiness of very
villi intercot- psrtlculsrt Js rs
gtrd to Ibe Bridge sad Bsilwsy
tilutliss—will be folly diicutocd.
»
Mr. W. Austin Bruwn, Nortb Vsncouver't cily clerk, hu jutt recovered
frum sn iicnlc stlsck of pneumonia
wbicb necessitated bis tbience from
lbc city ball for the leal twu sr tbree
dsyt. Mr. Ilrown Iiu fortunately msde
s rapid recovery, snd wu bsck sgiis
al bit desk this morning. He bu jutt
purchased sn attractive lot in D. I.
ItiD where he purpoiei iborlly to take
up residence.
A concert in sid of tbs Norlb Lons
dslo Presbyterian church orgau fund
wu successfully given ltil evesisfois
tbe Horticultural Hsll. Tb* program,
wbicb wu an enjoyable one throughout
comprised contribution! from Miu May
Scott Hutie (Mn. '.', A. Lsing), tbs
Misfst Brsltbwsits, Mettri 1. A. Moir,
Earth Tremors Felt on
North Shore
SHOOK    WAB    ATTRIBUTED    IN
MOST OASBS TO HBAVY
BLASTINO
\ 	
Seitmic wives, mure commonly call
ed esrlb tremors or quakes, were fell
ycilcrilty between the hours uf four
tud hu- in the aflernoon over au area
stretching from Ibe banks of the Fra
ser river lo the nortb arm of Hurrard
Inlet, lu N'nrtii Vaucuuver sud euvir
um- lhe .liglil shuck wu apparently
noticed by only a small percentage uf
inhabitants. In several boon's eupitud
otuceri tud utber ligbl articles of
china toppled off cupboard tbslvei, but
beyond little incidentals of tbit chir
acler ao intereitiug effect* b*vc been
so ftr reported. Thoso cltiieni who
experienced mylbing iu Ibe wsy of
a think teem lu hive attributed lue
diilurhiuci lo uuututily besvy blast
ing in tbe neighborhood of Ibo cily.
According to information from Vic
tori* tbe esrtbqoske probably occurred
under tbe ies uff Vsncouver Jilsnd.
Mr. W. M Qrskcott, of Vancouver,
wbo owni boutet ia Lynn Vilify, tnd
wbo ipent yeiterday afternoon in tbii
•icllon, states Ibat tbe mull child uf
oue of bis tenants wu thrown from a
cbsir by tbe sffscti of the tremor.
Heyljfcyl
St* tbst lbc besvy rain hun'I wub-
sd ost Ibsl little uote you made sbout
tbt Sight Of December   Min     lleniein
bsr Ilf "Tbs Smsrt Sot" at lbc
Ivossdali Theatre. You'll be awfully
foollib if you don't rt writ* il vtry
QltHmtCllJ,
• i
M Bank of Montreal
mi-
Eitnbliihed 1817
Capital (paid up)    .    $16,000,000
Rewrve    ....   $18,0<J0,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Savings Bauk Department
INTEREST PAID AT CURRENT RATES
North Vancouver Branch i F. A. MACRAE,
Mt. Crown Bldg., 1st Street Manager
We Have Some Good Buys
in D. L 273,274,550.
See us if you have a house to rent, or i( you want to get
a house.
We have some lovely homes for sale.
Listings wanted.
NORTH VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE CO.
110 Esplanade. Phone 227
R. C. BISS J- A. WOODS
Miss Smith, of Pine Ridge
.■ t,
(Ooutlnutd from list Tuesday)
A mri R»ry.
Bl ittn V, oqrtt
mmmm
"'null's, p nine gttl, wltb noun o'
iiiuiu nstty suspicions about bur. I
guess I sbsll travel |iy lbs impress,
uflnr all." Then hit oye full on tho
"wuitlod". tintlue, ami lio whistled
Mitt ly. "I'Ii.-h! Ihey don't give ;i i.-l
low much .-Iiiun-.' to earn S Ii vi' those
dsys,"
rtnrrt-
FRAMES
It la cheaper to buy frames for your doors and wlndowi
made by machinery tban to muke tbem by baud.
We are lit a position lo supply many sites from stock and
any slio ou tlio allot lust possible notice.
Our outalde frames Include blind stop and casing.
Gall and (tt our Block list.
Dickinson & Son, Ltd.
136-110 Esplanade Eaat
0. Rox 1719. Phone 222
HAY, FLOUR AND FEED
POULTRY BUPPMEB A SPECIALTY
Timothy Hsy (new)
K   it  K   Cltl. ken Cliop,
Clover Hay, (new)
I.tX Scratch Food
Alfalfa Hay
B & E Cricked Com
l'l Uuin d Ottt,
Lee'a Egg Maktr
Oata,             •'
Lee's J ni-.-. i Powdtr
l.im-.r. d Meal
Swift't Beef Script
PB1CES KIUHT
DELIVEBIEB PROMPT
_ THC	
Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
OFFICE: 116 ESPLANADE, EAST PHONE 4
Building Supplies
Sole Agenti for North Vancouver:
Samson Fibre Diabolo Cement
North Shore Coal & Supply Co.
I.. S. EATON, Mansgrr.
Kickham't Wharf     Esplanade Weil     l^one *M
NORTH VANCOIIVKK CITY FKIMIKH. LIMITED
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Willi   fttlttIllUB  Hlff|IB  Its 8|l|trtlS
tho uuiu A* he i.ioo|n-d tr> emiinitie
It, she returned carrying s trny un
which wtt laid a simple omul. Hlruugl
iug the wurds which liuw to hur lips
ut the sight which mul her eyus, sho
stepped quietly bsck and v.ui I.
"(joiidl duly an old fsihioneil
lum," thu msn chuckled. "I reckon II
.vuu'I taku long tn ktlSSSf that cuu
Iraptluu."
Ile strolled across lo his scut tigiitii,
uml .luu, coining fiirwtird, plucud Ihu
tiny upon the table.
"Horn's yuur luiu-li. 'Tiln't much,
but yuu must remumbur thai (lov'muiit
nli,, - ain't hotels."
"I shan't harm on Ibis, anyway
grunted, eating ravonuuily.
"Have yuu comu fart"
"From over agin    llraluwmi,"
answered.
"Over a hundred miles North! Muy,
stranger, yuu'so a tidy  walker."
Ile luoked  up wilh quick  suspicion
"I   didn't   walk-l  lid."
"(Ih -Ihun, Where's your horset"
"Outside, agin  the line."
"Whul, and you ain't watered him"
.She iiiu.lt. u movement tuwurd Ihe duor,
but hu stupped her.
"Nu yuu duu'I," he snarled.
"And why noil If you won't tuml
your mount, I will. A man who can't
look after bis mount ain't worth
much."
"I'm guing to waler liim in a min
ute. Yuu iee I darsu'l cal quicker,
scuiu' us liuw I 'in u victim tu iu di ges
tiou. Hul—" lie pushed buck bin
chuir, uud lurched tuwurd the door
"Hay, where do I git the water I"
"There's a spring by the line. Yonr
indigestion won'I burl with Ihs ei
ercise will ill"
"(Iui'sh nut," he grinned approving
ly. "You ain't gol a chew o' baccy
lying round, bev yuul"
"Hals dou't chew, liml there ain't no
men " Hlm could nave bitten her
longue i,ft us she caught the glciiui of
satisfaction  in iiis eyes.
"No men folk, ,-bl Ily gosh, but
yuu're a ,lurned pretty gul to be with
out a partner. Wil, I'll jusl walur
Ihut horse lbat interests yoo so much
then you ami me'II have a lilllu thut '
Ile vanished, and Jen stood listening to the sound of his heavy footsteps
us In- walked along the tun ha kcl putli
"Pram IliaU/nu' The track's as
hard as iron. I M have heard Ins linm
trotting a mile away. It'a a raid
surel Ilis game's to bold up lbe de
pot and gel away ou the duwn ,->|.n--
Wal, I guem not! "
Hhe sprang lo the Instrument, Slid
tin- neit inuineul her inuilde lingers
were vending the message of warning
dashing along the line.
"Pine  llidge calling,"    -to
"That Pot! Nortlif   Man hrn
hold   up. send   help   quirk
sprang  to her feel  ooltantly
"   '
Uylng hit pistol sluts st hand,   he
stoopoit snd trlud key sfler liny with
ottt siii'i'im
"Hay, gul," he domaiuled nl length,
"which is Ibii koyf"
"You huvu the hunch, you'd bust
And nut,"
Agsln ho struggled with llie lock.
"Look herul" hu stood upright, his
tup|„>.|
f.-ar 1
Hhe
"There,
asttss. Cmpmy ml UtJAt let tsisys, ttsUsBts) »r stswvba.
Mr    Man,   I   bet   I've   trumped   your
trnk' I
"Think ro, .little gall'' Aa sh,
turned away from the transmitter, bet
.mu was ieir.il in a grip wliivh fclluuil
made her cry out, and slit- wua 'Hung
roughly lo the other aide of thc cabin
"Whsl'. that message you 'lick luck
ed' juit now!"
"What's that to do with youl"
"May hev a lol lo do with me!"
"Then lake illy lip tnd clear llon'l
wait for the eipreas1. I'se the hrou.'ho
tint brought you over from lln,lui
uiriili/oii1"
" You're t sassy little ma, tin'I yoo I
Ily gee, if I wai a young man I 'd bang
my bal tgui yourn " Tben bla
mood changed, and he admit cl menu
mgiv "You 'Ink Inked' i.li,,,' 'em
I wst here, didn't yuul"
"Huw could I when I dou't know
wbu you sr,'  '
Tbr uuu glanced tl lbe "wtntcd"
noli,,-
"Vou tin'l resd Ihsl lil'rsry crTorl
very clotely, hev youf"
"Ob, tliil'i you li Ilf Wil, if ever
I wmi my picture likru, I iiiiu't sin
pluy your nineri msn,"
"lou talk t duni'.l sight loo much,'
be tntrl.d. "Kind our your keyi
I'osit on, now   slick's the word I"
Hbe riia.l.' a movement as though to
ms for tbe dour, but he flung ber lurk
with tu um. b force Ibal ■ locket she
wore sl her throat fell to Hie door,
"os. o' tbtl nonii'iiiv -the koyi! fba
<•■:•. il'y. hear, or, by the llooy, I'll
kill you. Yer pelllciuli won'I uve
yer. I don't rtrr whelher It'i msn,
womin or child when I itarl thoollu."
"I believe yen, but I guru yeu
don't ..fit'ii drew eu men." Hhe Hung
tbe kcya upon tb. ttlile.
'Tbst's belter, sow stand wbere
you or. or I rerkog tker.'ll be a vs
fam putpla with augaii llllo yen lis,
.lur.Ian,i the tiirnnllon thlngt"
"I guosa I might to."
"Then you'd butter opon it."
"(Lucas ttgnlii, Mr.  Nobraskn    Joe;
It'll do yonr inillguslluu u power of
good,"
,"lly gosh, et il wasn't Hint I'd inr
ler luken it fancy lu yuu I'd, " lie
win mm I linen mure In Imh tusk ami
this nui,- Ihu heavy iron door i.wuug
ipuu, Willi frniilic I,., i, hu torn Ihu
iiccoiiiit bunks uml olliciul pupurs from
their resting placu, slruwiug I limn
iiluiiil thu cabin lluur. At lust, when
the eafo wus quite oittply, bu scrambled
to his find, giving vent In a loiicui
of liluaphciiimiH ,,uin-
"Ily thunder,'.' hu screamed, "I'm
.loun!   mnn yuu, where'i the ..inn,"'
"Travelling duwn the line ul a mile
n iniiiute."
"Au' you've lul  me lose all  thi«
uh,..i.i, liuie," he nuuriy choked.
"Oh, you're clever, diimcd clever, but
aee hern, I ain't guln' to lul out o'
Ibis with empty hands."
"Then,," she glance,| coolly round
the bare walls, "I guess Ihul broncho
nmi your indigestion are in fur a Iiully'
lime if you're thinking of looting the
■.iii..' fillings."
"Hy gusli, I ll puy yuu," rsved the
iiiiiii. "'I'lloa, wliul's ibi:.;" Hliuip
ing he picked up llm locket, ami with
it cry the girl milled bur loss.
"No, no, please, don't tnkn that. I
have u little muney, unly t little,
but "
"Ho, I've managed to touch you on
lbe raw, hev If I'oine nil, tost the chips
ovor. I 'in tender hearted, I am, but
I gueas lillle guls must pay fur Hirer
lip wag." He weighed llie locket in
his hum!. "We ain't gut much ansa
left uow, hei wef Is il yer fancy
boy's picture that's Inii.lef Wai, I
don'l want lo lie hard on yer, to
we'll aay the picture fur you ami the
Kohl caain' fnr nV That's fair, I
reckon."
lie wrenched ihe locked open, then,
us he look,'.I at the contents, lie start
I'd   l.if 1-    Willi   UU   , \, Iiiiinii    ut   su,
prise.
"Hay, pal, un' who may Ihis lief"
"My mother "
Nebraska Joe looked wdof lbe lml.
i-t to Miaa Month and whistled shrilly
"Ami what inighi your name bef"
".leu smith."
"Thut uin'I yer right same." II.
nipped tin- words out sharply
"No, I took il when mother lied-"
"Ho your iuu'a dead, tbi Ami you
■uni uver fond of your right name,
chf"
"No that wia my fither'a; lie lefl
motber lo the alone when I wus only u
liny  child."
(Continued Tustdty)
ratify for t gtl operator In Uli d.uol,"
Wilh t gruel of SSllsfsrltot ht pirk
*d sp tkt key. sad uovsd ts ths ss/i
MITII F.
V, lllltKA.l It, Ily.taw Number His
duly potted, i.ulillsbt-d and nt-.-d u.-ciil
Ina io luw lhe I'orporallon ol the i'lty
of Noilh Vaiieouvt-r wot duly a-illmi
Itttl lo widen Fount, olrool from Kur
bis \t. no.. |u HI litttltl'a Av. no. to a
'toil.on, width of one hundred lm-,
del tind was thereby auiliiuli-il in
.titer t'l-'ii esproprluts, break or lot.,
unit use ao. It real uioperly ill Will ikt
.nm. llicivfor without llu cull will ul
Ihu owners I hereof,
ami uiii.iu-.AM tht room 11 of tin
''..il Hon of Ihi 'il, of N...in Vuu
tOOV.I    llllillll    It,   ittlll    out    il,.      ,,l.i
llyluw and lo widen Fuunn 1.1 re.t
(it,in Foil,,a Avenue tu tit Iravhti
Avenue to a uniform wlillb uf on. bun-
■trod t l<M>) i,, i md to .m.i utwS, tiki
and os. soeli lainbt ai muv be Boeotian fm tuch |.ti,|..,a. ond bave hod
i-lttiis uml a|>< i in.ailoiia of ihi a.imt-
jiirpirnl by Annua Hiniiii. Regulrc.
i'lty K.iislitiii. unil (tied with the vl.rli
of  llu  suld  Miinii liiotliy  iiuri'iaiii  lo
llu  sulil  Muultliiullly  puri'iaiii
H.cllun  l»»  of  lhe  "Wunl. Ip .1   A. i
NtlW 'llllMF.F'iHF. TAKU HWICI
lhal the lllerk of lliv t'lly „l North
Van, oov, i liereliy ,n.. „„|i.-,. nf in,
■ "".uii. ll's Ullenlioii lo pro.-wd wilh the
said work and that the laid iilani mnl
a|„, tl|,ul|t„ia have h.ell lll-d with illln
and that ttie same may be iniuo-ied h-
he t'lly llall, North Van
I (he sut,
till office In ...
■ oover, II  r, fiom and ttll.t   lhe
ul tbo dste of tbli Nolloe;
ANIl ri'llTIIKII TAKK N>>T""K tho
ull t lulu,a fo, duillugel by rsilnn iif lln
•aid   propoied   work   or   underiinnm
mual be HP .1 with the laid clerk of
Hn Mniii* ij.Hlliy wltbln alily HO)
dayi ol the s.i vie of iuch tniller tor
In ta..- of perioni rtildent wlihoui
th. Provlnct wltbln nim t> dirt Irmr
tueh aw vli ci ind thit ill owners, ot -
cupleri or oiii.t |.. riont muit HI. with
the laid i'lerk within lb. aald jicrlntl
of Hity  ill) dayi tor In eajo of fe-
al'lellla    wlltinol    the   I'tovllt...    wllhln
nim ly OS) diyi ihili rlilmi for dim
tgel   for   ony   ral'
upon, token or usiij
In the es.-i.-iai. of lie power. In
■peel to Ib. laid work or Injuriously
air,, (..I ilttiei,,- sa provided Ih .eclloti
111  of  lhe  "MvnlilM  Ail"  and  thut
faull Ihu
rail   proporty   * t.i....
uid bs Ibt I'o, |,or» I loi
of If. pow.rl  In  rt
In tie
ttaioaaea i
lilted a
v»r.  Brlllih  fnluinble.
of Nov.inl.er   llll
W.ACTIK^W^
if)f nny 'luliii fur »ucli
Uf hut ret}
utu»ffp* Will hi> tiiirn-t
I lb» ('Ity, til North,yfiiruu-
FIRST MUK lUAUt^
Money to lend in large or small sums
;—at turreul rates. r
WANTED
. \
Bonds of Industrial, Power and Railroad Companies*
JOHN ALEXANDER & Co.
ISI  LONBDALB AVBITOB, HOBTH VAHOOOm, * O-
BBANCH OFFI0B8:
Oor. lluini Drive snd Hsrr Bosd, Wsst Viucouvir, sad 31 AU
gite, London, Bugltud.
New Season's Fruits at
DesBrisay'
For your Chrtttmti Puddiuga sad Oakts you wtnt tks bsst.   Tea
will 6nd tlteui rlgbt ksia.   All new, clean and tip top iiuallty
Cttrrauts, Bbads dried Vostiuss, in It ot. pkts. ssck Us
Ourrsnts, Shade dried Vostlssss, In  16  ot. pkts.  each Ut
Currants, Fatrat, in 16 os. pkts. 1 for  -A*
Bilalut, flooded, In 16 ot. pkts. i for  9m
Biltltis, Seeded, smsilir pkts. 3 for *t
BsUins, "Not s Bsed" in 16 os. pku. 3 for Mm
Baiaiua, Sultana, bulk, I lbs. for         -~*
Biltlni, SulUua, in 16 os. pkts. I for  •....■*
Peel, mixed, caudled, por lb .Ms
Fist, cooking, Iuc pu lb., 3 Ibo. (or   mt
Figs, Ttblt, per lb St*
I'i mica, I lbs., 3 Ilis. and t lbs. for .?  'Um
Dates, In ptcksu, 3 for     On
Applet, loiutluu, Wlnaesp, Bpluenburg, per bot       ll i-i
Sptiea,  Flavoring  Eassucet,  Nut*,  etc.
You can always rely upou getting good goodi iud value fat yeas
mouey it
DesBrisay Jobbing Coy.
OOBNBB FOUBTH AND LONBDALB
HARDWARE Phone 297 GROCERIES
Keep Dry
You can buy your
RAINCOAT
at a discount  of
twenty per cent, on
SATURDAY
BENNETT BROS.
57 LONSDALE AVENUE
Watch
ThU
Space
Next
Week
D. McNAIRNIE
I
4 THB SATISFACTORY IIABDWABB
16U sad laasdsls NOBTH VANOOUVBB
vteym m He fiwfon Bank
AVtonltkermANADE
A Canal fiaaiuag Business Transacted.
SAVINGS flANtv DEPARTMENT
i isullaWmd ihi mil deposits af $1 and upwards.
fat $12,500,
ii Now Loca lad at the
"Hscklns a Wonder"
"lu this coiiiiuctiuu," aays Ur. lulli
eon, "it is not improbable that the uiu
of siuiiipinp powder will be couiider
ably decruased through the inlrodlic
nm, of s nuw stump pulling mtrhiiiu,
which is uow abuut tu be pllcud on
the market. I saw uur working ex
pcriuieiilallj the other ill), ami, trt.h,
it is a wonder ll will pull anything.
fSiuuipiup puwder will, huwever, itt ill
have tu be uied tu iiiuie client along
witli it, to break up thc larger slumps
1 to loosen the i-iiiiii about Ibo
ruuU The chief drawback of llic
clime M-t-iif. to be that il Is liable
to lie too costly fur the .new settlor.
This may be overcome by having ma
■ iiiu.-.-. |iurchascd in t-iiiji..Wii|rid hy
tlte faauuri' ius|iUt1c», or WMlj.WSIi
. |«rr jfamtmrmuts cuuibimug ant (*W»y-
their jukii note, to |iay for one ur
more uiacbiuua. Tiic eusl of opera
Uuu is praclically nothing, as tbey ctu
In worked either by a horse or by the
tanner himself. I am satisfied Ibat
inc. uill help iu no .iiiiiii degree in
riuiuuup Ihc cost of hmd eleariug iu
britiall Qahunbis."
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
The Scenic Highway
Actum Ikr < nullum I
'liii.iuhili UckulK III illl IMIII. uf llll
uu.Jd ut lowvit  ini'l
'I in   fii^iuiin  ruule lu Hit
im Qmtr),
Hawaii,
Aaairalla.
lalaa. mmi
The inuii uii-tu-di.lt imin ivrvict
L-i iu«i j   VaUicuuvt'i uud Hit I'.ishi
Fui   rut i'i   reciTvalJoni   und   nil
IliltlM-i      lilfuMlJillJulJ       .!(■).I.        tu      J
Mill.      fill      I'siHr.. JtLt j      A^. i,i       434
HuliiiKi   HI     «n    H     VV    BhOIilK,
G.r.A     Yuiii'iiiiv. i
City
Woodyard
FIB8T  0LAB8  OOBDWOOD
UM FEB OOBD
•toss usod, lb ui. |3.kMi |ier lssd,
Uw UM. Viumpt dtllvtry.
Phone hot, oltue and yard. Oonur
atii aad Malum Avs. it
Notice
A liiidi. Heeling under tbr tun
pices ef lbc Hnlupayora' Aism lali.tu
arill lie iield in the K. 1'. Hsll on Ihe
eveuing of November '"lud, al aqini
insrp, to diicuu the actiou of tbi
I'ruviuctal Uoverntnunl effecting the'l'
A I. E. li ll snd otber matteri that
pertain to the iuUiroeli uf the cily
land dislrii-l of Nortb Vancouver.
iill
CEO. SOMERTON
aad Option
=    'i ."■    'ii j
OFQUA11TY
lULaidileAve.
■M
■ \
8'-''
Betsiof
HOITH VAHOOUTW.
BWTJSH COLOMBIA
Publltbttl Tustdsyt ind Fridays by Nortl/Sbors Prttt, I.lmltsd.
am H, MOBDBN, EDJTOB AND KANAQBB,
"TOTWMsl, Wn, TrJnrTnpTrtlBT-
nittd Btitei ssd Foreign, 12.00 psr yesr.
AdTsrtUIni Bstss WU Bs Quoted on ApplfcsUon,
ptJI'^OM FSMi ll.JW.
Tkl Bsprstt It dsvotsd to ths intsrssts ol ths Nortb Shore of Burrird Inltt
tsolutlvelv. It conitltutet sn sdvsrtltlntl medium of esceptlonsl vslut (or
rssehing fn I thorough snd tffsitlvs manner tbe popnlttioii of Nprth Vsncouver
Olty and Diatrict, Evtry tffort it rosds to glvs sdvsrtltiri Ihs most tatlilMlory
ssrvltt.
All ehangss Is eoutrsct sdvertlseiueuti ibould hi In tht printers' bsndt not
♦site lass ifs,
following Imui.
BJaiiiaa nnd -5 p m. Waduotday In luiiura luiirtlo. In flit
North Vsncoursr, B, 0.,
Hovtmbsr 38, UIR
BBIDOB PBOBPBOTB
The  Uus)   niilhuri/ution   of  S  draw
ipan of two hundred sud twenty-five
feet by the Hourd of Hailwny I'm in
sinners Slid ths Department of Public
Works st Ottawa, rumoves ths istt remaining olntsele of ittipurtaiiee which
ituod in the wsy of the goveruuieul
granting spprnvsl of the plans of Bee
oud Narrows Bridge sa a whole tnd renders Imniiiieut the dste when llurrurd
lulel Tunnel and Hridge Company will
he iu petition tu csli for tenden for
the construction of thu bridgu,
Thero sre .-iill une or two itums of
iminor imporlsncu to be coniidered, but
these aru uut of a nature to causu su
licipatiou of any further delay.
The unset height uf the roadbed of
the bridgo above high watur ami the
exact, location of the pivot piers sre
tbu Iwo remaining features which aru
under considurutiou. Any change frum
present plans, with respect lo thu for
mer would involve'sdded cost of cuu
structiou iu the matter uf spprosciies
uu the Nurth Hliure aud migbt likewiso
greatly cumplicate the situation with
reference tu streut crossings iu rola
tion to thusu approaches, while auy
changu wilh reference to tbu pivut
piers wuuld involve serious engineering
iiiiti.'iiliif.H. without yielding any miter
iui advantage iu tbe uiefulueia of tbe
structure. There ia guod reason to cun
elude that the Departiniint, Inning ilis
poseil of thu nil iiuporliiiil feature, the
length of the span will promptly an
noiince its decision with reference In
these minor points.
Once these items are disputed of,
matters, msy be eipucled lo move
along rapidly, to lettiug the contracts
for. the tub structures ami the super
structure of tbe bridge. The lioanl of
Directors of llurrurd Inlet Tunnel tud
Hridge Company cabled instructions,
about two weeks sgo, lo Hir John
Wolfe Ha/ry and Partners, to proceed
st once witb the completion of Ihe
plans'tlumiiig a spsu uf 21$ feet, lu
view of su- decision which has now
been n it.lt nil l,\ the government, this
wsi a wise procedure, it was eitim-
■ted ut the time uf sending the iu
strucliotti, thst about sin weeks would
be required for the completion of Ihe
plant, uf which approximately four
weals yet remain,
It is reasonablu, thercfo[c, to expect
Ibat lhe Department will have given
a decision with reference to the fea
lures i.-iiiiiiiiiii;' lo be nlopteil, by the
time that the plans are ready. This
will enable the company to submit these
plans ss a whole to the government,
for approval without any delay, afler
which the way will be clear for the
execution of detailed plans for cuustruc
lioo purposes uud for calling .for ten
'It'i-, items which involve no possihil
ity of iliilifiili.v ur delay beyuud Jbe
time wbleh must nucesaarily be cunsuni-
ed in making the drawings.
I'iiuii present indications, il wouhl
be a safe furecasl to'say thut Ihe
contract fur the bridgu ought lu be
awardiul in tbu early months of Uie
New Veer.
the establishing nf relationships In
luul direction which will very serious
ly prejudice, If it doui not tltngether
prevent the eitsliiiibiiig uf thosu re
Istisnihipa which, In the mil uml order
of nll'iiii'i., nugllt tu exist between the
western purtiun Sllll the other tectloiii
of the North Hhore.
If tbe ui ut .'in ni trsntportstion n.l
located by Keuve Nelaun smi bll
couucil were established it ours, there
is no doubl lhat the route via North
Vancouver would quickly becume the
great highway of trsvel to ami from
West Vancouver, whether for local pus
aoiigar i inilic ur trsvel to Vancouver sud
lieum,l It wouhl also mean that tbe
•iluenliunal, turisl, finaucltl snd uther
rulatiuushlps which thu West Vancuu
ver community must ettsblith, would
tot iu toward the centre of population
on the North Hhore iustesd of toward
the .south shore. When this matter is
coiisi.lfii'.l in all iti bearlugi, it he
comes ei iili-ni that the establishing uf
Ihis link of transportation is a matter
uf paramount Imporlsnce to Nortb
Hliure progrosi snd development.
I'nder existing conditions the com
inuiiiiii-s concerned muit look in the
lirsl instance, tb the II ('. Kleclric
Kailway t'uinpaiiy, fur this much need
ed improvement. At tbu sime lime it
is wise to beur in mind tint thst company is a transportation company sud
will unduuhlcdly bu iullueiiceil iu Ihe
uiiun by the i|ueitiuu ss to whether
tliu propused exteuaion it or ii uot ■
sound husinesa departure frum S Hum-
ptiriiiiii.il slaiiilpuint, at the present
time. If it it uut such s proposition
then the compsny will duubtlett be
fouml reluctant tu proceed, and il theu
remains lu be seen whether by bring
ing tu bear every legitimate influence
at Iheir command, the municipal cuuu
eils and various public bodies on tbe
North Hhore cau iudure Ihe railwsy
cumpauy lo depart from its Axed busi
uess precepts to a sufficient degree tu
liuilil this line in antlcipatiuii of thst
which is it preseut justified fruni t'jelr
viewpoint fur the welfare uf the local
ciimmuiiitiei aud the convenience uf
the present population.
The Intimation conveyed by lleeve
Nelson is one whiili ought lo be
promptly aneptud by ill sources uf iu
iliii'in f ou the North Hhore iu the can
mun entleavur to terure this important
improvement at the hinds of Ihe nil
way conijHiiy
snip)., II li rsported tbst tn ons week
S  local  lisnk  at ,<<oi'hrantt  paid  out
fJBJ0,UUU ln (bit wiy: —
Doubtless |bs majority, if not prsc-
ticsily all of those wbo, aro thus leav-
vtvo tbt wsr ant) will lm sceompsnleil
or followud by vory largo numbers at
tboir . ouiitrymeo, wbo would not emigrate bad this return mnvemont not do
vidnpini, Imi meantime the uilcct upon
tbs supply of labor ia decidedly dolri
mental and the development of the
oountry lildt fslr to ho more or lots re
tanl.nl  for the time lining.
Lodgt Western Boss, No, SWfl
'Meetings of Ibll lodge sre beld in
tbs Knigbti of Pytblst Hsll, eoruor of
sitiiffild avisos auil Fourth tlrest.
■tea
llllll,    lliaSBBBBBMBI
Nnv. b, mi
North Vsncouver, 11. P„
Thirty dsyt after date 1 will apply
fur s trsntfer nf litsnre fnr tlm Huy-
nitinr Hotel, I), L. I'll, Municipality nl
North Vancuuver, from .Inlin Mclnnis
lo Kenneth 11, Htiuson.
(Higiie.1) JOHN  MclNNIH.
613
Sale of Work
The ■ -..ii.-- • Aid .'-in id) of the I'u.i
lltpliit riiiir.lt lull huld a isle uf
wurk un Friday, November tilll h, in
the lecture room of lhe church, cornur
Of   Ht.    lltlor.es   Hid    lHlll    streel.      Be
t'le-hni.-uis provided sud s gout! lime
prumised. This will bo s goml uppur
tuuity nf buying pretty and useful
Cbriilmst giftt. :'H ll
OU tbs Ont snd third Fridays in esub
month, st 4 o'clock p. m.
I'nmniiiiiit'iitinnn and upplifnlion". im
inuiniiurship to bo uddressud to llutnld
Ituus, seerelary, P, 0. bux 2211.  Ill 7 I.'I
LOOAL UHIOH UM
.Members of the above local  union
uru earnestly IIU|ini9IDd HI fltfflf IBT
cial iu.-.-i in|. ut the K. P. llall, comor
of  rii.".ii'iiiei.i  smi  Pnurlh  itroets,,
Tliursduy, Nuvombur :'lst.
T. WII.TON, Hoerutary,
10 11
N. V. WOODYARD
10,ooo cords of dry Dr wood for quick
ssls. Pries psr odd cords, $1.76. Spe
clsj quotations for larger quantities.
Out Wood, 16 Inches, 111116. 11 Incnia
W.M. CO. D.
Office snd Vird    Mih tnd Lonidsle
PUsl90.    P.O. Boi 2432,
THB BALKAN WAB AHD OAHADI
AH BAILWAY OONSTBUOTION
NOBTH   VANOOUVBB HOLLYBUBN
TBAHRPOBTATIOH FAOILITIBB
lleeve Nelion of Weat Vaucouvor
directed public alteutiuti lo s matter
iu which all muiiicipalitiei ami tli pub
III* bodies ou tbe North Hllore are vii
ally iuterested, when be appealed st
tbe session of the Hoard of Trade on
V.'.-.lm -.la, lii the councils ami public
bodies to cu operate with the council
of the district of Weit Vaueouver in
Hie 'Hulls tbat they ire making lo
procure the exteuiiun of tbe llnei of
the It. 0. Kleclric Ilailway I'oiiipuny Ul
Hollyburn.
From every standpoint it li t mat
ter of Ihe greatest importance lo toe
progress snd tbe prosperity of tbt
Nortli Hhore that all portions thereof,
from North Arm on the east to Howe
■-'"'iii'i on the west, be linked together
in tbe most subitastlll pouioie man
nor.
Tbe prime factor in promoting thii
solidarity of tlio Nortb Hhore it un
doubtetiiy found iu tbe building up
of a comprehensive system of internal
transportation, tueh at will give ready
and rspld intercommuuiratloo between
all taetleni thereof.
From tbe standpoint of public wei
faro, It is s oust urges I., matter thai
tbs link of trsiojSSrtsUos ronueetiug
Hollyburn with tbe city of North
Vincouver, lie previdsd without fur
tbsy delay in order to forestall the di
vsrsien of tiads te.tin soulji there snd
Although <'iniila sa s cuuutry dues
not sustain the remotest relatiunsbip
lu the wur between the Hilksii
Hlales ami Turkey, later development!
have revelled fhe flet that the in III)
cine of thut great struggle may make
itself fell, nevertheless, in a veiy umle
suable manner upon ' uiunlii's iudui
trial prugress.
To a very large degree, Ibe construe
liim gangs of the several lilies of rail
way il present building throughout
''omnia are composed of representatives
of llie Ori(k, llulgiritu or Herviin us
I,iiiislitic- Trfl (aliitili in of lit. •'
peojile hn been ftniaVl to I bigb point
of enthusiasm by the lJ«hrokeu seiiei
uf suiTittu's whicii bss nWked the
efforts of their respective countrymen
against Ihe Turks and Ibe reiult il Ibst
from one end uf t'anada lu lbs utb.r,
Ihey bsve beeu Isying sside th. peace
ful implements uf iuduilry, disposing
uf their ctft't is at fsr st postlblt, ssd
aceouipeuied by th. utmost amount
Ihlt the htsfy conversion of tbeir rat-
teti into "ish could reslite, bsv. de
purled to ptrticipste iii the hittoric
struggle wbicb promite. to yitld ful
(ilineiii to the centuriei old longing of
their people lo diimember Turkey in
Europe, tnd ipproprltte tbt pieces.
It I. reported tbst nearly tbree thou
land Hulgarians slone bsvt liready
quit work ou the (lnnd Trunk Pseilc
Hailwsy construction and the predie
tiou ii mule tbtt (be reiult will b* t
furtber deity of fully oo. yesr in tb.
completion of tbst undertaking. Tbe
t'ansdisn Northern bsi llio been sf
f.-eieii in much the Mme wsy. Is I
single dsy one-quarter of tbt .stirs
working force ou the Mont reel tunnel
threw down tbeir tools ssd left tai
job, wbilt msoy otberi tave store fol
lowed tbeir eiauple.
the amount of mosey which Ibett
»ies sre carrying a wiy with thoa it
by pe meant incoo.id.rsW., They srs
Industries porkers, frugal llvsrt tnd
csrsful wart. Tks result It tbst Js
Tenders (or Und Clearing
Invited
North Vincouver '.'ity Hchuui Huml
invite temleri fur clesring uf bluck
817, D. I,, din. Mp.'ciiicntiniis obtainable
uu iippln uiiuii lu tbe u^iiierslgued with
.iiiuiu tenders on prescribed forms us
pruvlded are to bu bulged  nut  later
thill We,I,,,-,,lm, 27IIi November, 1(112.
Lowest ur sny offer not necessirily
■ccepted.
(Hlgned)     I1KOIKII-: l'AMI'HI'1,1,
Me. nliiri   Hoard of Heliool Trustees,
1'. 0.  Hox  2UI,  North Vumouver.
Musical Instruction
Miu K. A. Card, A.II.L'.U., pianist
and ii'ii.'ht-r, pupil of Kniikliu Taylor,
vliltt   North   Vincuuver   Wediieadtyt.
ii.m Thurluw Htreet. Heymour 561(11,
28 11
SVNOI'SIS UV COAL HtMMI
111.1,11,AT1IINS
ATENTS
lUflffiSfiJ
In ill Countrl... A.k for our inv,n-
tor's Advlltr. Union A Marlon, III
llnlvirsltv Strut, corn.r It. Cilh.rini
Btr.it, Montr.ll, Canada, ind Wash
Ington, I). C, ll. I. A.
APPLIOATION    FOB
OBHBB
HOTEL    LI
NOTICK IH JJKKKHV OIVKN Ibtt
I intend it Ihe next regular meeting uf
the License I'ommiiuiunsri for lbe
('ily of Norlli Viucouver lu apply fur
•u Hotel License lo be known by tbi
name of the Arlington Hotel situate
on lots twenty seven iu block IM, D.
I,. 271, iu the i'ily uf Nortli Viilcomer.
JOHN UKAUIIKB.
Dated Nov. llth, 1012. Ifi IS
Coal mining rlahli uf thi Dominion
In Manitoba, Naskalchiwin and Alb.r-
a, fhe Yukon Territory, Ihe North-w.it
Ten Mm Its and In a porlluu uf Ihi pio-
vlnc. of Brltlah Columbia, mar bt Itu-
id fur a lirm of twenty-one y.ar. at
an annual rental uf 11 an une Nol
inori! tban 11,660 acrea will ha leuaud lo
una applicant.
Application for a l.n. muit b. inidi
by til. applicant III perion to tb. Agant
or Kni, As. in uf th. ditlrict In which
the rlghtl ippllad for an situated.
In uuu, i.ui territory th. Und must
ha ileK.-1'lbeil bv set lions, ur legal tub-
dlvltloni of taction! and In uniurvey-
■d iniiiini > the trict applied for ahall
be naked out by Ihi applicant lilm
wlf.
Kacli application muat bs accompanied by a ft. uf |l which will bi ri-
fund.d If llm rlghtl ippllad fur tri not
available, but nut otherwise A roy-
tlly ilull ba paid on thl iii.rchintalili
output of th. mini it lha rati of Avi
cenli pir ton.
Tin perion operating thl mini Ihall
furnlih tin Ag.nt witn sworn rilurni
accounting; for Hi. full quantity of
oil-it liaiitablt cuil niln.d ind pay' thl
royally Ihiriun. If thi coil mining
rlghtl ir. nut b.tng oiiirit.d, iuch rami ns ihould b. furniihed al trust one.
y.ir.
Tbi lit
Thi lua. will to. lude tin cual mining
rlghtl unly, but lb. lasso miy b. p.r-
inllt.d 11 purchaa. what.v.r avail.bit
•urftci ilgltti uuy b. conild.r.d n.c-
vtaary for Hi. working of th. inlna it
thi rati if IIO in ten
for full Information inpllcitlon
shuuld In mad. lu ths tiur.lary of thi
in pm nn. nt uf llii Interior, Ottawa, or
to any ig.nt ur Sub-Agint uf Duinlnlun
Lends.
w w oohy,
D.puly Ulnlit.r al Ib. Int.rlor
N.   B—tlniulhurlMd   publication   of
Ihlt idv.rtlHm.nt  will  not  b.   paid
lor Hi
Vancouver Buiineu Directory
BUSINESS OOLLEOEB
SPROTT-SHAW  Business CoUtft
}}6 llnslings St. W.
CensSs's Qreet.sl Western bchool
it. J. S|ni)tt, II.A., - -Unuagsr
BEAL ESTATE
Ten.it-Is trt  united  of lull ut  Ua- I.
uf laud lullebla for Ihr eru liuu of S
City Hill for ths t.'ity of Norlh Vm
rouv.r.
All tendera mutt lir made on 1 form
lo 111 obtained frum III. iiiidi'i-igni'd,
Snd mutt bo made by Ik. owuer or bll
Attorney aulhoii/ed by duly iterated
pow.r of attorney.
Thl lurcettful tenderer will b. rill
cl upon Ui (ive su option t., »b«.,iiy
is s form iiliifitfory to the City Ho
llciior until tht utcewry By-laws srs
pssssd. Tb. prlrs will b. psysble, 10
per rest, within thirty dsyt afler ths
pasting of tbt Hy Isw sulboritlsjj ths
purcbSM snd ths hsltnce wllhln mu.
ly dsyt thereafter.
BeeM T.sd.n mtrkid "Tender for
city Hill Hit. "muil be bulged will, Ihs
City Clerk, ''ity Hall, North Vssrou-
v.r, bsfsrs A p.m. on Mondiy, listen
ber Oth, 1*12.
Th. loweil or tny lender sol seres-
tsrily scc.pi.d.
W, AUSTIN BBOWN,
US City Clsrfc.
NOEtH  iHOIB  PBHM  UMITED
PoHlshsrs sf tks "Bspress'
Itb    Vtmmm.
First Btrsst Bait Phsm H
Yorkihirc Gutruttc k Securities
Corporatioo, United
440 Seymour Street
RI', A I, l-STA'l V,
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVE8TMKNT
KSTATE8   MANAGED
I'liii'; INSURANCE
it. Kerr Houlgatt — M*ua|si
BKSTAUHANTB
All North Vasoottver people tat st
LEONARDS'
Kilhnr Pitch Kindt nr Ilislingi Hi.,
OBpoetle lb. n.w pml ufflce. laonird
Balis bis lea by Us pound.
100 Per Cent
mmm-wwmmwmwmwmmmmwtmmmmmmmimmmmwmmmmm
Pure Paint
M 801,0 IfUBJEOT TO THB rOUOWIHq QOABANTBBl
WB QUABANTEE ths Martin Bsnoiir 100 V*f Cont, l'tiie Paint
(eicept a fsw dark shades that cannot hs prepared from lssd aud
Sine), to hs made from purt carhuuste of lead, purs oxtds of tins,
with coloring matter In proportionate qusntitlss necessary lo injthe
tlieir respsctivs tliades and tints, with purt linseed oil and tuipoii
tins dryer, snd to hs entirely free from water, bouilns, whiting
iud udulturutloiu, md sold subject to chemical analysis.
Tht Martin Honour Oo. Ltd,
This Is tits only Fslnt to guaranteed because it Is tlm only
PURK PAIHT on tbs market.
OBT THB BEST, IT OOBB FUBTHBB AHD LASTS LONOBB.
BOLD BY
JOHNSTON & SALSBURY
THE HARDWAREMEN
90 Lonidale Avenue     Next to P.O.
Xmas Cards and Calendars
■ ==
Don't leave your Xmas shopping until lhe
very last thing, but shop now and get first
Beit Selection.
Booki, Toyi, Dolls, Xmas Stationery, Etc.
J. E. Scouten's Book Store
(H. B. Book sud Stationery Company).
■M '31 Lonsdale Avenue.        PHOHB 101
OLAF OSER
(LATE CARSON'S)
Mocha Cakes, Florence Cakes
Layer Cakes, Yule Cakes, Etc.
Meat Pies
143--LONSDALE AVENUE-143
Job Printing at the "Express"
Dollar 50 Hat Store
f
For BEST VALUE in
MEN'S HATS, all styles,
Visit the above Store at
1029 Granville Street, Vancouver
A Double Ender
===
50x 175 ft. on two graded roads,-17th St. and Yorkshire
Cre«cent, close to Fell Ave. carline, and all cleared and
nearly level.   A Snap at $2,000, Qne^hird cawh. bd. 6 and 12 months
i i. ZZZl
OBce Phont 179.
KesJdsncs PJwns NS]
MARTINSON & CO.
82 LONSDALE AVENUE
P. 0, Boi 1131.
NORTH VANCOUVER /I   llo.^nMiaB1.  Ut   jvm»   m.&.t  uwj.upi.si.   >u   a  m>.,.|.   *.«.»»«.   .w  ...   ■»-..-   «
your Jsbor In storsge (or emergencies or oil) ago.
Wb»t tetmt sn inexbsustible supply bf ttreugtb msy nut Istt ss long si
ypu espect.  Begin storing soms of l» now, Ibis with, in lbs Ssvltgs Depsrt
Illllllt of   '
if —mm    t eusa-mswipB   etesia
Unlasfbl by the sumpsay and the
■aisiaifeuay ia Ibis reletion plaesd lie
fate (I*- Beard.
ill lints thsagbl tbst tbt tenora!
lbe dittriet of Nortb Vancouver, wilb
reference to iuterett snd linking fond
ss st the time sf tbe division of tbs
dittriet, wu Sled, for tbo suditor.
Tbe pound by-law  WAS read  a SN'
Hr. Oeo. Smith, ticspt tbs two eldest
girli, fbo sr* being cared for by Mr*.
P. Wsstossr and Mrs. W. J- Bfbsr.
A mteting will bs bald in tbt Institute Hsll on Muudsy eveniug sl A
D'ejqrt forthf-porpois of forming *
relief committee for the family. No
doubt the cuutid'erstiun of s boms will
be brought forwsrd st tbe meeting.
I'ouncillor Weitovor bu csl|ei) tbs
mssting and bupes Ibsl sll iuterested
psrtist will bs preient to show tlieir
sympathy, titber by work or s dons
tins. A subscription lilt hu been
niMBSil,     ...
THE BANK OF
British North America
7(1 Vesrt In Builness.  Oipltal sud Burplut Ovtr $7,500,000.
AT MAM) Of IUM
Bon nuH una to
afuistuui  el   atataatiy   eiteuiont of
luun,   limes   might   appropriately   be
mmmtm   Uf   U    tht    BBXl   SUStlSg   Of    the
Board, whea a, full and representative
aiiendaw* stighl be secured.    Under
|t*«ul aoedilieae Ibe varioua aeetiow
Mr. Oaiiss  JMssti, ten* mi tht'ti «-*■ Swib Shore ware wperated iuto
OT BBS ■UU-
CttAXITI
oud time, u km *leo a bylaw I* rs-
gulite Ibe piecing of poles os tee
roads throughout lbs district, sflsr
which couucil adjourned.
municipality af Wo* Vewantes-, ei- bs^    while Ihe    whole  community
le».l«d Wedai'sdav nifM* mnetngl ,. 'sSoubt toady be eooporaliig ami work-
Lynn Valley Notes
Mn. ». li. While hat mm trot frum
t serious illness.
Mr Snd Mrs. F. Dutlon, Fromme
Bosd, eiih-rlsined t small perty at
Ibeir home last evening. A %u>it tn
juyable time wsa spent.
The home of tbe Juliustuu ftmiiy
iueluding furuiibingt, wu valued el
11,am, whieb wu s tolsl bits u
Ihere wia uo intursnce to cover tame.
Tbe Lynn Vslley basket bell club
will meet for practice en Monday evening and on Wednesday, Nov. 21lh. Arrangements have been made for a
match lnl ween ihe Kugineers snd tbe
home team.
The local football and cricket clulm
beld a ipcciil meetiug in tbe ball ou
We.In,-.lay eveuiug for tbe purpote of
..iiuil.in,- applications for new mem
l.er... wbiclnhavr been numerous dur
ing llic | .,-i few .lavs
Mauy residents were ilsrmed jester
day aflernOou at Ike alight shock of
au ...ni:.,uul.u which was very notice
able, at Ihe home ol Mr. and Mrs
Uarkle, Fromme Koad, cups rolling
from the table where they were bav
iug afteruoon tee.
Owing to lbc inclement westber on
Wednesday uigbl there were but few
spectators st Ihe I u-k.-i ball nislcb in
Ihe Institute Hill. However, • fut
and eujoyable game was witnessed, Ihe
HI. Juhn's . hn/. h leiui winning from
the l.ynn Valley learn by 13 to 4.
Miss talker Will lefl ou Wednes
diy for New Westminster, wbere the
will spend a lew weeks with relative!.
On Saturday iflernoou it 3 o'clock
thc l.ynn Valley Football team will plsy
the ' ui. 1.1,i.u.- on tbe Boulevard park,
teem as follows: Uesin. H. Douglas,
W. .1 Bartlett, W. Burrowt, H. W.
Houge. A I1..11..1. B. Beid, M. Hardy,
J. Purdie, F Alkius, II. K. Hbtrp, W.
Man lleservcs, P. t'arbutt, tlardiaer,
1   Ull,bell and Wl i'ow.
About ii.. o'clock yesterday morning
a lire completely destroyed the home uf
Ur. Martin Johnstone, I'ampbt'll Ave
Ur Johnstone and family bid barely
tune lo leave Iheir beds before tbe re
sideucr collapsed. Thc origin of Ihe
ore is t mystery, but it is imagined lhe
lire may nave started from Ihe com
bullion of a barrel of lime iu tbe bate
menl, whieh wis saturated by water,
owing to the recent heavy rains. Tbe
. I..).i. i.-i.. family moved temporarily
lu Mr  J.  Mil,h.-ll's residence   where
,t
TWO Officea in North Vancouver, Corner of Lonadale Ave
•nd Eiplanade, Upper Lonidale Avenuo, near Uth Street
Jfflrizt
Electric Irons
10 Dsys' Free Trial
Solves Uu Bummir Ironing Problem
For llllli we sre offering s "Hotpoint" of Ibe 61b alia, tuilsbli fer
general household use, for UM. Tbit iron it timiltr ts all "llotpoiuts"
eicept that Ihu upper lurfsce is unpolished.
PALACE HOTEL
Second Slreet Rati, North Vancouver, B. C.
Possesses tlie finest roof garden on tlie Pacific Coasl.
Band concert every Friday evening from 8 lo 10.
Hot and cold water in every room.
Rates:—
European Plan only $1.00 a day up.
Weekly Rates $3.00 up.
Meal Tickets $5.00.
L REDA, Proprietor
A Good
Present
Baud your Irlmdi was srs Inleretted
In tbt North Bbort s copy sf
"The Expreu"
It will hup Uwn petted ea all
North ghsrs Nsws ssd will only cast
yoo
$1 per year
■he Besrd ef Trade as a means atom*
ed  member  at Slot lieiY, ami ausev
sume raiptiitie m"«wiua» t« Vast Van
reaver's tsaaqiertiluai jiuAAini   IW
couucil, during (Smi tut Nne ar line.
weeks ef itt sdariaisHBlMBt, bal ay
plied le lar B. C Hemic Rulatiy «V
for sn ntrsiaiwi af id. h .s.a. la Vol
Vancouver.   Attest   ensue  lousillis  taut,
claps..! tbe council mas iiianudi lies'
lbc wrong man US loom efeeuaHlait1
ind that lir. A. Q. Perry, »* VmhIi,
Vamouier manager. HbodS ia asuue*
to.   Mr   Fcsry  was lira, asosoikiln.i.
who later refrrrril tie wallas I* llkrj:
comjau) s rawntn.'. audi la* arsajvw,
we,i.   iflrl   11.11   lbl   ilillii'l   BUS  UL
formed tbat lbe nouifuun. t <utiu«',i
was guing ever lie run! Html tai
new tan months age' "Wt m. lie!
west," iaid lir nn«, "***■ ftm-ttia-ti .
ly eut apart from Verfi VamoMisir. |
Hen bants here way man i,u S.UHmm
Ibey aiay ani. Bet if lift ne iui is.
Ibey weet gtt it animaj, tonouoitu
lion facilities are lavnca-k lima
are |«'o|.i. ui lbe u i-i bim. *,.,n n
ther fwnii»i.,w,eil)i,ns asti Xuat.l Vaa
.ouier tiaa aiti Vas,.u.uni ilial
would rather eome u \i.ii tiesst
vrr and lake lie l,i^ Idrss v Si.ii
coaler lies, go it mu inxit koala "
lir Ibyngnl. tirmenm. iiu lit.
Board aiigit •Umgii ear ««sj .tut
to bu lir B C Be,,rtt no-wsl SlSi
•Vest Vaaeauire Tlm ai.nuiuaaiMy
ais willing te nmae tmwy muMuanu
demiad lir coupon,, snifta uj.,. tat
the areirnaaual af tin tail Ita nam
(any onpbl to do tin .-.yo. J iW ft,,
jret didn 'l iiuaM.dusi.iJi j.;m.o* H se
• |jb>ib|c one. ll tdiuuin svumbiSms lie
lalualdr franiiiM ,i puus.s,H..rj aa.t sa
|tend its line anntous » m-a at lhe
j fnturr   dri.dojon.mt.   ti   lit   aiiai.it
j patty.
Tbr  rertr  de.et  nana lis   iav|oet
Itarr of frtirral <4i«i««MMai m sun* a
nutter Nerti VaeimiM* siauiic ,;t.
more line*, laa    TVr im&iou.. sua si
I lending its scnlsiai u. Vam.mii.si g.i
little oul ef lir BB> ,la.,- it- uui
reply rrrrnea ly Vol i*4,,>i.w*c u
tke ef.si tiat tii .initial i . tmafmtaa
mat galag »..u lir i.-u aas .. ..a.i
only la.  usuil |njlnr ■ yaJ.S U.
uiey hair brra an tie am*, tat ta la**
not ser* iitn." timet lir n. i
Ur I. T Beptn mtm-mual stal it
a ge»d lathing o.a.4 aim naaleue.
ed on Ihr Sunt, Same ltu> matt* ammtt
es ihdereanrml la lie enu^ajj la es
lend ils > j slum ami lum wear iia>l at
abjntitr |annl
Thr inn arraagrt a at lt» ,is
sidrnt In kair ,.a,.n* af est tttun at
mg iiigvihai fat Ibr geuerai prosperity
ad lla whole of tie Null's Hhore.
Gwiidl^MeeUng
1100,000 FOB COMW.B
OF   MABINB   DBIVE
BBXVB  BBMBTB  MBOOTIATIONB
■ ITH FBB AT A BTAKD8TILL
lhe must imuostaol feature of the
ngulur seseuu of the council of Wesl
Vj.ur,iiiv«t aa Tuewley wea Ihe notice
of motiou givsu by t'ouueillor ilay,
ua.tuuu of tie Board ef Wcrlu, to
i!i,i sfsvt lhal at tke nest regular
aisieting ke will introduce a bylaw to
mmSkiieiu tke borrowing of Ibe sum
ai ll.iii.inni foi the purpoie of com
ybttiiig Uariae lime from tbe east
«cu nmiu.lary of tke muaicipality west
aari as far w t'lulSeld's.
S a R Matters
I iniiin iui el v preceding a.lj.iurnui.-nt.
Bant Nelson nu.le Sl anuounceweut
lo tke sfwet tkat no furtber progres.
iixi keen ma.be witk referenee to lbe
stght oi way of Ike Facia* Ureat hast
-ru caolway through the municipality
All the data rciueslcd by Ihe ilepart
awut bad been fmwardni, but u yet
ao laioraatioa aa to a decision bad
.oun. to band.
rsimtetnn Sesemnunt a Debtor
tni   oiolion   of   I'ooueillor   Mjtti.r-
lairuiaa  of' tbr  Finance  I'ommiltee.
is was otiwred that uo seconel be open
.it ia tke books and tkat thr iioii.inioii
......soou.ni  be charged  therriu   witn
..,.eu.l tores by thr muui.ipalily in
i..i.i.iiiia Hollyburn wharf totalling IM,
IM.JBY
ia nspoaie to a letter from II. Hose.
onsvCary ef the Caion of B. t'. muui
...ui.i.-.. ic was decided lo contribute
tke ..iin of Sfteen dollers toward Ibe
■uat at retaining a solicitor it Vi
tocia to watcb srssioual legislations for
the  respective niuniripelilire.
TW deputy minister of Marine end
FUaorws asked for council's action
witk rvfereuee to an application for a
water lot ia froai of busk 5, I). I.
.M. hy Uesar. Uarl'kersou and tin.
.-limit The matter Was laid over for
ou anvil.
Aa application for I ruadway to lols
XI aad il. tk V.. ', at l) I. l„n. was
nf.cn.l to the Beard of Works. A
utui from W B. Lnt withdrawing of
fat pivviously made u to price for
roa-i   alwwaaee  through   Ihe   west   t-t
Lynn Creek Zinc Mines
United
Owing to the snow operations near
tbt summit bsve been suspended by
tbe l.ynn Creek Zinc Minis Ltd. Tne
vein bsa now beeu proved un the tur
fsce fpr s distance of over '-','Mln fett.
At tbt lut place wbere opened assays
from the vein went tt bigb at 116 per
cent, lead end IIO per ceut. zinc, betides
small silver values. Iluring lbe win
ter the comptuy will confine ils wurk to
blocking out ore, sud bss let s contract
for driving tbe lower luuiiei tu tddi
lluuul 100 feel.    11. 0. Mining Newt.'
It I. Ut Ve Els
Tbe regular meeting uf the Y.F.S.C.
G. of Bt. Andrew's cburcli was held ou
Tuesday eveuing lust. Tbe atteudauce
showed a slight increase and Hie meet
iug wat of a very interetting eharsc-
tsr. Mr. Wm. Knowles wss iu tbe
cbsir, sud a very excellent paper uu
the topic "Work," wis giveu by tbo
president, Mr. McMillan. A cordial iu
malum is eitended lo sll youug
people to alien.I tbese meetings.
VANCOUVKH'S  I.IVG-WIBK
The Panama Theatre
For Ibe Whole Family
"A BEAI, MINSTBBL SHOW '
Bttrling Monday. Nov   Mth.
t Shows  Nightly- 7:30 and  11:15
16c, !5c, 36c.
Matinee  llaily  ll  fc-16Y sn.l   Hie
Are You Moving
We du moving uf ill hiudt. (Jive ut
• trial. We also bave heavy leiuis liy
tbe dsy—express ami baggage, or wben
you want wood, call or pbone OT. Wt
inve a large slock of mill wood l-xl'l
inch lengths. Furnace wood I spe. ulty
I'rompt deliveries
HOBTH VANCOUVBH TBAHBFBB
COMPANY
19 Lonsdsls Avtuui
Phone 07. Wood OOD.
"EXPRESS" CUSSIF1ED ADVERTISEMENTS
'm
IE RACE FOR BUSINESS
The gentleman on lbc tortoue I
represents the man wbo docs not I
tdvcrlise -the one aim tins to do I
business u it wu done in die days \
of llic tallow candle or the wl limp
Are you in the glare of the tb,
Irk light in the automobile of j
k "Modern M-bodi I
Our Wild Adi art high vulture
1 batteries, whether yuu want light .
.or power—business publkiry or J
> compelrnt help
meweaiBSSBBjw
FOB JUHT
lUMJMS FOK
tnd single. Hll Hu
|K^IIouil»ha«iing
ItuTtlreet sail  "l.f.
FOK KKNT Furnished room, suit
■bit for uue or Iwo. Jrelsnd, 1107 Ird
ttrset weit. IH*
P       " '
FOK KKNT Four room Bit, *W ltl
ttrStt east. Apply IKs I'srket Hlrnd,
tlrsndvlew. " •»
i      FOB    BKNT  «roomed    1st    eeet
, firry, lit per montb. Apply Wtrborn
itt Flano Houn. "
FOB BKNT I roomed ntfirrn- hou
let, 6 minutei from ferry. Beet ♦!*
per monlli.    Fieri * Moult I'bone IIS.
Ttl   KKNT   :t  Itrge   well   funuhrd
rooms.   Apply   111   iuu...lat.    Atrour
Hit
FOK KKNT 6 rooaird uio Inn kouic
completely furnished, furnace, .t. Ap
ply .'Hi  llil. street  w.-l till
fit rtl.t.
Uretant-ruMU tut
u
parted
r.,..-i.
rnvml   It
Haalaaotik
'.-■■ui
mnue.
laplmmS,
tf
■ ASTBII   A general srrvinl. Must
i.- uo.i.l .'oo«  Apply 111 lllh rest. Tel
■'utiou* $So.
FOB   BAU
U 16 a cord u
seat PkaerSI
First    fn nil    amnt
M.lmer. .tl Na scnet
tf
-Wtf.l,   By   yvang   Knglisb   girl.
■ ' unon u mother's hrlp   Apply  ihis
...   Keith  VaariHiver. .:' II
FOK   KKNT   ! i„..iiuul   Hal    i,.„.1,ii.
nn).I...,ii.,i,i.   lml ind li -ii  Ap
ply F. Hooili   plumber I.f
FOK   ,-*l t
.». k.nds    AifU
M
tAMtll  Smart    ntss«a|ier    bey.
'...,.   nwpsoi A  Wight, J7tta slreet,
If
«■      • tttf.4     Ltg.mill
IM ami N   *etww\''U *   ****"'' k'"'"'
FOH KKNT New tbree reosnrd bonK
near ferry, rheep. Apply Bus AIM.
Kipress nn... n II
tllU HKNT «roomed hoerr ia freil
of I'lls.e Hotel tle.lt Ij. Hsaas, ^>l
lf.il.Sfi. Buildiug, Hi Ili.l.np Nlirrt
rail. If.
POB VAl>:    AH<t»
BowrSBt, B .iii-
Wl »i*n pa IU il H
ia.tn.
linn is
Urorgr  Atraor
V
FUB     «Ai>:    'mai
mUVlt
u»*n,
BIB, III'"1   |*rios iaaayis leaf    ens
saadr. tttt (U Shi sines
FOH HKNT Five roomed Iral Ue
gslow, psrtly furnished ee Doth street
east ef bjuernsbory oa l.yei Valley
ctr Iiu nu
FOB   KKNT   I roues   ssedtra   Un
gelow, completely furnished, betb, bet
tori reld wtler, rlrrlhe ligbl seat >u.
Beet ltl moelbly.   Bet l«. Fiprsee
llll
FOB KKNT Fine sew ssodrri f
reomid house, turner of Mth led Ha
bee Aviauc. Will giVi ksse le sail
able lesssl. Apply Abert I. Ko.lre,
Hi BssiVAds Jiaet.   \ Mb
m
FOK BKNT I roomed bouse, s«t
to drug store on Sth ssd Isiusdile,
lio.   Appli H « "'"»"'' m U>M
IS
FOB KKNT Modern feniseed
tptrlsusl ef I teem; beal; dhMffaer
ing beds; pises; lesepboae, etc.; llsh
unfurnished eperleseet; spitadtd Wat*.
tioloe'nl ApsrtmeeU , Bifktk etnet
esot, Nortk Vssreerer. Kssslr* Apart
dais avsnus.
Olmeet  I.   Fbeee IUL
ttUt SUM. A Itm .r»j 'Situs
While Ufbere <«<irmsi,. Aepty iki
Bb slrret mtS, *mHb Veaawsisi  li
FOI HALB-BySeaBei etdUy Ink
B. f. »'btt< Ijambmn aBtfcswts. lee
Meiee avraac Bad A  Jean.* aa   lit
*.»NTBI>-A Uiii M graeral  help,
olaia   .wiBief   Apply   5*2   «th   street
seat If
Vktsmi Wuesea te saml with
loaarwork half ei every day. Apply
Mn   ■ „i... IM 1st street rail. Hill
AHD FOUM0
tl, liable fiirl wauls ligbl buusewurk or
mind children mornings. Apply Bos'
Al'il, Kxpress Ollice.
.Short lime loans oa vacant or im
proved property, btar ls.au I'ouipeny,
tsli Hillings, Vanrouver. it.
I're.siuakiug parlors, ladici' Tailor
iug. eveuiug gowns remodelled, rino
viliuns, ete. lis .v.on.l Htreet east,
Mb door from la.nsdtle. 1,1:
Furnace bcalrd double frout room,
single room ilso bed titling room, half
t block from Ijoutdale. IHS tjislh
Btreet W.-t. Nortb Vencouver.    6 11
Imt   Wuk pie sit with pearls ud
tuo/wsaa   leeejai  Fboar  112     2(11
UMt-Nasy  blur  Uilore.l  eoBt  be
Orrssmtking I'lriors, ladies' Tailor
ing. 0|iert ' leaks, Kvening Downs ri
model le.I. re no til i ons. etc. Prices mod
■ ral.-. lit Beeoud Blreel Bast, Kb
door from larusdali. li li
l»«u   I.t and 6lh streeU Kindly re
lusa U thai oflae       '}"• tt-ll
H 0. I ..very ud Beard rttblie -
Ligbl rigs sad iadiss' saddle horsst
fer hire. Btebling fer hones. Oss
eral delivery sad heavy tsaalaf. fl.
Irumat, 1th ttreet west. Phase Ul tf.
WABTtto- Al aem B amaASi ewnl
teak memrnel MB Ili etnas Met. IUsSb
VaaraasM fill
WANTHI   A   Bey   Atpi}   Banarl
rigar lm, ran Is—Setr ami tapeawe..
an
WA-9--I   t*aBy   ami.   I*,    get
heat    A|ft>    <eeap    tl.    Eaeeseskhr
SsTeet t '        »il
WANTGIl  Imttm-m* Se sal sa. yam
psMitu, es UU * iwsBjtV teak *m»
'eats, Birel pear* fat las^ii wassas
ba Abe a ejBBsstatp ef atawk waust
fer salr al H b* yet ml AeeSy J B
Fester, 111 B* atiasi east IW tfl
Utwl   Imkvk .paint bstrh, aaswers
t: laau "Tnxie.'' Fiadrr irtureieg
U I B.»r». StIS I Itb ilrtri eut will
rv.ei-s   reaard 26 12
linsm On 12th ilnel seat er Loai
sak. A/eiar, betweee I2lk Sad 3rd
<trv«u, * fmrl aad tur^ueisr prudiut.
•uk ejabl rkaia Bewerd, Mias Thons
wa. bd aad Uasdalr 2« 11
Authorised egmt fer Biegsr Sewing Machine t'orspany in Nortb Vaa-
cuuver. 1.1. McAlrrre, Dry (loodtaad
Oenli' Furnisbingu, corner-Fint aad
ItOBidalt Avenue ti.
•OMJBUAHIBM
■OBIT TO UOAM
ea dteaeedt, jewitry.
Money loened
Inn. Btar taea
t%r Ut Beetisajs, Vaaceaser.
 ,      .
tf.
niNlllNll «lr. Osrsr Morfey, voice
producer esd singing rspert, now sl
lends st Wtrtiurnilt Piano t'u'a roosu,
Taeedsyi sad Fridsys, II yean' experience. Htmdird Methods ef Beysi
Arideny, Terms  os  iafsiry.     Illi
 lm~.  l..
lbs Fasah All**, ■atuaity asrss,
aalaie P O, ar caB et grocery
.es iueeaaai. sea Kiafl's Bead-    til
Lead Oesriaa; aad Orading IMi,
Pale iaiiam, Oeaerel CeBiaastsr. Be
wer coiueetioes s tpKisity, baesssssd
aad etbsr Asesvalisg work sedertakSB.
Bctimslas free. IW lllh street west,
Nortb Vuseever, past saVe bes UM.
I'rsclicsl uur.e wishes eiigigeineull.
Mstcruity, etc. Terms fin werkly.'Ap
ply Boi A163, Kipicss Ollice.       22 11
Kiperieured sleuugripher ind typist
dcsirri position. Apply Hus AIM, Ks
pre  'III... 22 I I
For due »ut. I. tud jewelry work go
to Ueo Homer Ion. Ibe new jewelry store
It   Hi  lammllle  Aveuue.
Nu(te 'alder, iunteii.it.. open for
eogigemeoti. From Hcotland. I'huss
ISO, I7tb itreet in.l Muudy, neer Bou
levari 3 IS
Bele of work tud euterlliurneul tl
Nurtb lonidale Presbyterian tburcb,
Tbortdsy, December 6tb. Bsls st 1.30
pm Frogrsm iu evening sl i o'clock.
Admission, sdslta 26c, children Inc.
112
A good story of Irish rtpsrlee bss
beee published reocerniug debs Bright
lie wss slwiys ready fur salmon Itb
ing, snd es sevtril occasions west lu
IrrJsnd witb Hr. Oiorge Fesbudy, Ibt
American pbiltnlbropilt. Om dty Mr
Bright, noticing e policemen on Ihe
beak, inquired of bim wbat turn .the
beetmta were entitled Is ask for row
isg sp tbe Bbssoos on a,dsy't Hiking.
He said thai from tevtn shilling, tnd
lixpeece lo len shillings wu tbi ututl
psymenl.
Ui. Bright siid to Hr. Fesbody,
'"Have, you tbtt* half crowns) I
bave ae eeeegt."
Mr. Fsabody produced Ihe money
sad pn il te the bosimsn, He WM
diiesttsaed end aid:
"And is inst sll yer giving msf"
' "Tkat is sl|," replied  Mr.'  Pes
body.
"Weil, tie! Utr. til I ivir beard,"
aaeasrsd lbs besimss. "As' tbey
call sy Psybody Fsilb, I sbould cell
ys Fsy sokedyl" nmltii
J
tunLi
GRfeAl WEST SANO & GRAVEL-
COMPANY, UMITED
DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL
Bunkers, Wbarf tnd Warehouse,
gt, fleoigs tad Bipltiisds,—
Ofllcst 68 LoittdTBa Aveuue.,
■ Htrtb Vtaeenveii B, 0,    ,
kjiiiniiii nciiiciiiiyci
Anlvensry of tbs Dramatic Bim Fight
in Qulberon Bay, Lord Hawks's
Dssbing Fttt of Ams.
Uovsmtor SQtb it a roil letter >)sy iii
the (lausillsu talsmlari evpn Miongb
many ilanadiniis know nulliing prgnlis
ubuut it, )t It (he anniversary of llie
drsmulie tea light in (Juibsrnn Ilay,
tbst during, ilstblng feat pf inuis of
Admiral Edward 1...1.I Hgwriii, tvbn in
tbe darkness of s wild Noveinlinr miming, amid |be rocki un.l shouls of
tyujboren Hnyi ileilroysil-tbe Hrst from
I', llleil   l'l line,'   Imped  SO  IllUell.       A llll   11
fleet nf big tliipt tlmy wero tuo; "they
took s desl of drubbing," mu i.l llnv.U
iu Ilia letter tu Hie Admiralty. Pew pup
pie know In what relation tlm lintllu uf
Cjuiberon Hay ttsmls to the history nf
.'niui,In, to wo tako tliu ,u i -i mi, uf Its
163rd anniversary to put il forth nl
length, to show how the ten power of
l.ii, bind, even iu those lur nil duys
■ l.iiiiiiinii'd i'nmi.In, snd tn suggest wlill
the sea power uf< Kiiglaud inuiins fnr
us, how It touches vitally llu life uf
cadi and every inhabitant uf the Du
minion.
About 1766, tin. Knglisli colonies iu
Nurtli America weru full uf vigorous
lifu; Hiuy eileu.le.l ali along Hie At-
lunl ic sualiuar.l from Maine Ip Virgin
iu and full lliu need fur an outlet to
Hie west. Tills, however, wss ilonloi
tbem by tiie French, whu, firmly estuli
lislicd ou tlie HI. I .ii w i,'iuu, witli u sul
tleuient also al New Orleans, claimed Iiu
sides the wholo valley of tlio Mississippi and ils tributaries, then humming
tlio British colonios in ami cutting
tbem off nuiiii all sspsnsion, Thu llrit
islt colonies were well peopled, thuy
had 1,200,0110 .uiuin.nl... and were strung
au.l self-supporting. I'lie French, on
lhe other huur, bad but 80,0(10 iiihuhi
lunl.-, ■Ill   ' Iiu 1    ...1:1   R'S I   In   llu    lm
iindi-.^nd thoy were unable to main
lain themselves without constant sup
pui i from France. For thu, Knglish
colonies the gateway to thu west wa
tliu valley of llie Ohio, wiiere, ss our
story begins, in eipedltlou under
(leorge Washington had just been de
feate.l at Furl Necessity, near the mod
ern Pittsburg, so that gateway was
now closed. The Hritisb had three
other lines uf i.lvmcu against the
French. Al Oswego, on I .ale Ontario,
tbey established a trading pust to
draw some uf the rich French fur
trade tu themselves, thuy alsu made us
pe.iiiiun- down lake I'hainplaiii which
opens into the Hi. lawrenre near Mon
(real, ami besides tbey could alluck
the communications of Canada with
Franco aluug the liuu of the Ht. Law
rence, where the fortress of I.,...; i. ,,,-
(protected Hie French ships when Ihey
arrived from Europe.
A Black Year
1767 was a black year for lhc Kng
Iuh In 1760 the Mtrquit de Muni
calm arrived iu I'anada, wiiere for four
years he led the forcei with noble
cuunge, ability tud devotion. In l.-.'i
he surprised and ciplured Oswego, ami
in 1767 he moved up Lule t'haiiiplaiu,
furciiig the Hritisb Ihere lu surrender
while the Knglish attempt made ou
l.o.iisburg, al the time supported by a
French fleet of sitteen sail, .'line 10
noi In up Ho tbit ou every liuu of ad
vauce tbe English hid been beaten
bsck in Ohio, it Oswego, it l.ale
i'hainplaiii, and al l^iuisburg. Hut a
/teal change had just occurred in Kng
laud. War was declared against France
ii 17611 and William Pitt ha.l been pul
at the head of affairs.. This William
Pill wes afterwards Karl of Chatham
tud lhe father of William Pitt who
wai prime minister Ihruugli Die period
of Trafalgar. This war, commonly
known as the Seven Years War (1766
1703), wai by the bold and ardent Wil
I.am Pitt, prosecuted everywhere with
vigor and dstermlnatios. He shot lbe
French Meets up in their ports ami cap
lured their merchantmen, so that the
Irade of tbe world ami ils emoluments
tell to Kngltii.l, not lo France. Monl
.aim wrote home urgently asking for
reinforcements, bul the minister for
wtr replied it wis bul too probable
Ibe English wuuld intercept them on
the wiy, and so none were sent. The
possessions of Canada depended upon
.-.a power Iii 1764 t fresh miu. I wts
nude ou J/iuitburg, defended this yesr
by only s few French ships (whose sr
rival by avoiding the Kngliih, wat
Ionic.I ou in France ai I very foi lunate
event), aud Multburg wu ciplured sud
with it ('ipt H.dun Thus the wty by
tbe Bt. Uwrence iulu tbe heart of
'a.iuda wit opened tu tbe Knglish, and
nuw we come to tbe "wonderful
year," 176P,
Tbat year In which Wtlpole, writing lo
a friend, tayi "st we open uur pipers
escb morning we uk "wbst victory
btva ws ludayt" Wolfe, in Heptern
ber, raptured <e)uebir, dying, at be said,
is peace bsvlng besrd be wm vie
torious. Wltb him died Montcalm, bit
great opponent, defested mainly because unsupported frum the let. For
s yesr the French held .uut st Usnlresl,
but in IW), tbeir position wai mtdo
fsr hsrder, fer ou tbe 80tb Nm.inlicr,
1760, tbe Britiih nsvy bad in buttle
ettaliliibed over lbe French • triumph
sni superiority.
Determined 'oa tnvuiou
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Admiral Bir Edwsrd Hawks bad {or
chief, and ensuring that If tbsy did gel
out they woold Its st Aim brought tn
action. )n 1708, France, unsuccessful
everywhere, an.) stung by tbu ilianstur
England's sss power hsd brpugbt to
Franeb-tOlTrmsrTeiTtstftrmliledtirlTlVSdff
England, snd in Wl tbs prepared uno
army of fiO.OOtl men fnr tbst, while
nil.ilh.'I- uf 18,(1110 WUH tn bs ilirecl.nl
upon Huul la iu I. TbU iinmiic.' msde ths
poupls of Kugland uiisiuus uiid rpsoul-
ful Jutt si tbsy mie, forty-Are pem
lalur, in the dsys of Trafalgar. II
wus HhwIui'h business to ten thut tne
itm-lm-i iliil not aUft in.st any win
ships had no pilots for tbe bay, no one
knew how to get in ssfsly. "Sir,"
sgld tho nsvigstor of Sir Edward's
flagship, "'j cannot witb safety toko
you in," "Thank you," tsid tbs ad-
•^r«tr"yo'r1iliT»"1onT7oiir doty in
riipriiaentiiig to ins tbs danger; , now
lay IIIU tiloiigaiile tbt French udniiriil."
Ill lbe gltberllig ilurliiuMs the battle
rniuinenc.'il.     The   Hritisb  ships   were
»tcuring by tbp course pf tbeir enemies.   Not only bsd they to fear tlio
dttlllSgO nf tbo enemy bill the dlllipei'
nf  llie  sen-   Que  French  seventy fuur
gunsliiji npniiiiil Intr liwttr duck pnrln ih
fate by tlm fsr off destruction of
tliu French fleet at Qulberon on tbs . Otft
of November in (lie year before In that y
so important battle wbicb by making
reinforcements impossible bed dustroy-
ert tbo French role in India snd b»dli.'~~
placed It by the British domination,   '
which Olive luid founded st Flwwiy In
1767.
Ou Wsr Snsss
In  tbie Seyen Yeara wsr, Frnboe '"
never rouiigntsu.i hor truo aim. Coiieern-
eij about ber ilispulos with her iiniu.'.li
S(e noiKhll'irii, the lost sight nf t|)ei|9
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Phono 168,
Phont 178,
RENTALS
Keep Your Eye ob
Our RENT CARD
Wo huvu 11....i...i to rent nt all pricei, and In evory part of tba city;
also good business atunde at low runtula.
Wo are speolullala In muiianliiu rental properties for bolli reildent
und out of.town ownera. Our aiuteiiienla und leiiilttunuua ure aslit
iu,M.mil', every month end, und no dutull of this stieclul class of
service escapca our attention.
HUTCHISON, COMPSTON & CO.
Sit l.oniSllr  Avrnur
m:\Tti, M'l-ii iii.iNi's
I'lione 115
Nurlk Vincouver
North Vancouver Business
and Professional Cards
OONTEAOTOBS
It:'|..'il ill,'   .      ltl   IIUI'I.   Ilili|    ,      BtO.,      l'l"INj.'1
ly ..ii. n.i. -1 tu:
Estimates  j''in 1.1..I1. ii  Fret*
J. W. BAKER
III II.IIIMi   CONTRACTOR
Office! i'i. j■ 1,1 -. ■ 1, t. Boii'e Factory, F.t-
id.ni.oi.    I'lione  Ililil.
Residence:  Allun   Itoud,  I.yun  Valley.
I', o. llux it, l.ynn Creek.  I'lione
XBIT.
NORMAN  WILSON
Building Ooutrsctor
All clstsea of bouses ami store build
ings, ollice lim ,11 ■■:-. etc.
lit Villi Htreet l'l.
Nortli   Vancouver, 11. <'.
626 I'ender St. W.        Phone Hey. 116511
CIVIL  ENOINBBB8
ANGUS J. CAMERON
A.M.I.E. b B.
CIVII. ENGINEER
Irrigation, drainaui, levels, plant
iud specifications. .Septic Units and
bouse drainage a specially. P. O.
iiul 2H, 16th itreet weet ol Hewicke
Avenue.
HOUBB  PAINTING, KALHOMININU
AND   PAPEHHANOINO
For Flrst-clsst Work sss
ANDREW WALKER
121 Hei ond Btratt, near Lonsdsls
P. O. Box 2141
PIIOTOQEAPHKBS
CARBUTT
Studio   over   Bank   B. N. A.
I.unsdali snd MsidaBedt
TAILOB8
E. LAURIN
High Class I ji,lies' and llenls' Tailoritig
Kepairing   ami   Alterations.   Cleaning
ami Dyeing in sil its branches. All
Work guaranteed.
Ill First Htreet Wiit. Phont toi
CABINBTHAKBBB
W. NIELD
NOBTH   VANOOUVBB   TAILOBINQ
(J. Uus)
Lsdlss' snd Osnts' Cleaning,
Pressing tnd Eepilring
1 Specialty
120 Second Btrtet But A
NOBTH VANCOUVEB, B 0.
TINSMITHS
Cabinet M.ker end Otrpentsr      N.V. Tinning & Sheet Metal Worki
Will .i.ii' rial 1 all kinds of wood work, 	
'ei>ai'». ate. 1      First Strsit Bsst of Lonsdsls
Fourth Btreet and Sutherland Avenue ,       , 11.
Lowest prices aud bust work uuaran
P 0 Box 2006
tee.I-un tinning and sheet metal work.
NOHTII VANCOUVEB
J. E. HAYNES
Ibnl Lonadala Avenue, Nortb
Vancouver
Cabinet uiakur, picture frsmer and
n,1.1,ma work and repairs ot' all kinds
designs and estimate! submitted, Fnr
nil.ire bought, sold un.l repaired I'lione
I.H7.
SAW FILBBS
SAW FILBB AND- OBINDEB
All kinds of saws llled and set ou the
shortest notice. Ijiwii mowers, knives,
hedge sheers liul scissors sharpened All
work guaranteed, moderate prices.
D. DOWIE
Villi Lonsdsls Avenut Pbons bu
OBOOEBS
J. H. ENGLISH
0. K. OBOOBB
And generel Coininisslou Morchtilt, lii
'.,m .Inii   Ave., Nortb Vancouver.
Pbons 321
WATCHMAKEH8
TEA snd COFFBE
BUTTEB aud EGOS
Wc are specialists in tbese lines.
HUME & CAMPBELL
121A  Lonsdsle  Avenut
Is your  V.'ai,li stopping or keojvig
irregulur timet   If to, iui
A. J. HOOD
Pioueer Jeweller, 60 I.uiisdile Avenut.
l.ynn Valley Temperance Hotel
Nortli Vancouver
Ou the car line. Ilooni and board.
(J110.I accoiniiiodaliou for workWg men.
Contractor's inen taken, tiingle meals.
16 li! II. EAHTCOTT, Proprietor.
If Not, Why NotT
Buy your Orocerlis sad Provisions bt ths Nortb Shors
Grocery, when you get tbs vsry bsst goods st the lowest
Driest.' Olvs us s trial and prove thit for yourself.     Ws
don't carry any goods ws csn't guarantee.
A few of our specials:
Oood Ooflse at  26c lb.
t Brooks Bond Tts st   36c lb.
Orssrnsry Butter, 86c or 3 lb. for 11.00
Solad Oeu,   36c 7 lb. sacks
Applet, extra ftnai...   11.60 sad 11.66 box
( Genuine Asbcroft Spuds .11.36 sack
All guaranteed te bs ovsr tbrss lncbss iu length sad tbs
growsr't asms furuisuid with auh sack.
Oood Obllllwack Spuds.  |i.oo s sack
Orders promptly delivered.
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NORTH SHORE GROCERY
J6U1 ftft4 TiTHH'uPf
B. W, BBEEY
Pbone 247
.lid uot go far.   He wst driven front
Hrofl by 11 ho»vy wostorly gulo on tliu
fllll  .'.ui 1 lull. 1, and sheltered  ill Tnlliav
lor n few days) bu snijurt again un lite
lilill, but was driven back. Finally lio
got uwuy on the Htlt, pn which ilny t)t'>
French udniiriil, Cuufluits, took his lleut
out of llie.nl.    llnul,,. .uui,- back In Ilis
station |u liud the French hurt sailed
and to hear tboy had stuured south,
whon bu ut once niailu all sail In pur
suit.   Ilia practised flout overtook the
escaping   unuuiy   on   the   iltltlt. • Tbu
French hart but twenty-one ships, tbo
Knglisli   Iweiilytlireu.     Tbo  wunlber
was   lineal, uin;',   the -wind   blowing
towaril Ibo sburu, a wiprt strong und
vury   danguruus   for  sailing ships, .so
I'oiiilnu., di'i'iil.'il tu run fur tbu shub
ter of (Juilioron Ilay, ou the west .oast
of Franco lo the nurth of llm river
Loire,  about   ap  far  from   Brett   as
Portland Is from Portsmouth, lllll utiles.
He trusted ami  huliuvert tint  llnwkc
wuulil not rtaru to follow, uii.lur   tin1
condition! of tliu weather, into a bay
with    shoals   ami    rocks    which    a
Frenchman  said  "a  navigator  rarely
sues without  fright ami imiet pusses
without emotion." llawku disappoint
ed him.   ile kuuw that Kugland want
ud a victury and was ready lo pay the
pries,   Thai  sho wonted a  victory is
clear, for on Ibis very day the mob iu
London weru so frighlunad tbey -wuru
burning  llawku  in  uDigy  for  letting
thu Hi.  1 fleet get to sua it all.
a.
A Grand Battle
The battle to which lie pressed wts
fought under conditions uf exceptional
grandeur, thu gale uf wind, the heavy
sea, tbu aliuals und rocks, the lee shore,
thu headlong speu.l, tbe shortened can
vaa and the number of ships engaged.
These added dangers mean so much to
a seaman, but it is hard fur the lands
man tu appreciate all Ihey suggest lo
sailors.   Hi ill,   willi   its  successful   is
sue, they have made this daring buttle
tor the lloyal navy one of the linesi,
perhaps even  the linesi, battle it  but
ever fought, and have pul Ibe admiral
lire ber heaviest guns st un English
antagonist; tho suu, swuuping In, earned hor down sud al) wiin wuru 011
board but if moro twenty mon. An
otliur ship was sunk by lbe Aro of
llawku's flagship. ' 8111110 surrender
ml the others wore dispurseil. Two
Knglish ships were wrecked, imt the
great French fluol wua snnihilstod; ami
wilb it passed away ull possibility nf
lln   11.'.a .nui of  I'a;'land   all ilia 11, 1   of
succor to tliu French iu Canada, lu
April, 1760, still Imping for help frnm
France, Hiuy struvu In recapture tjtie-
liei', ami shut it up iu sioge for threu
wueks, until sn uuuxpncluil Knglfsh
fleet cauie up and relieved it. Surround
'uionius, she sliuiilil havu fosioroi) |n
lul lltu ureal !,iippurlcr:i nf her weullh.   ''.
Hhe   nepleclial   tbe SOU,  and   it  WSI I'lS
1 on- e.|n,-ui Inst of ships, coIoiiiok, ami
cutiiniorco thul ,brnuglit ber in lltt lo
|iur kiiuus.   In thut yuur by tbo Pasco   •
nf Purls sho t'oruially gnvu up to Hug ,
lund, Cunudu, Nuvu Went iu and all tbo
islands nf lliu til. Lawrence, thu valluy
uf the Ohio, uml ull bur torritory on
tlio oust of Hie Mississippi, except Now   ...
Orleans.   Kitgliinrt on the other bsitrt,
suys  Muhun, defended  un.l  nourlsjiort
by tho sea, rortii il everywhere in tri- sb
iimpli.   Al thu un.l of sc vnn yuurs, Ihe
kingdom of (Ireul Britain bad liecoinu   ^iy,
lhe Hritisb Kmpire   Henry Nmvliolt.
Western Dominion Land & Investment Co.
LIMITED
Wltb Which Is Incorporated
Bevan, Gore & Eliot, Limited
Nortb Vancouvsr Branch: 67 Lonsdsle Avenut, opposite Pott Office.
Bepretentlng Lynn Oresk Bine Mines Limited.
We bsvs mousy for Agreements for Bsls.    Nothing too large or too
small.
We have some good, inside buys;
also good acreage listings Lynn
Valley Sub-division.
Ij Let us quote you rates on Fire, Life and Accident
INSURANCE
McMillan & reid
.I'bone 111.
10 LONSDALE AVKNUK
This
'■l»lfl8lS**,'
Victor Victrola
and ten double sided records (20   rfj ii £A
selections) of your own choice for  yTltJU
$10
Cash
The Balance
$5.00
Per Month
VIOTKOLA IV.
$10
Cash
The Balance
$5.00
Per Month
Over 3000 records to choose from. Buy* this outfit and
you will find it an easy matter to entertain your boy
and his friends at nights. Come in and let us show you
this wonderful home entertainer        ■
Walter F. Evans & Co.
Retail Victrola Parlors and Wholesale Wareroonu
Vancouver, B. C.
526 Hastings Street West
1 I II
Sale Started
THURSDAY,
Nov.21
at Cumming'i Store
where it hat been
removed to==
We Are Selling Out
The Caldwell Stock at 50c. on $
. .ii    ,'
Remember
■.  '. I.1 'ii
The Place
where you (SU buy
Men's Clothing, Fur-
nishings, Bools nnd
Shoes at 50c. on Ihe $
THE STAMPEDE FOR BARGAINS IS NOW ON AT CUMING'S
The Sale opened yesterday morning with a rush of eager buyers, To-morrow and coming week you
will have an opportunity of attending one of the greatest money-saving events in the annals of modern
merchandising, so we advise you to Run as you Read and get to Cumming's with lightning speed.
—
The Fact of This Gigantic Offer of Men's Clothing, Furnishings, Boots and Shoes is:
We bought the CALDWELL STOCK »at a very low rate on the $ and are placing it on Sale,
together with thousands of dollars worth of our own stock. Now that the Xmas season is approaching, you will be thinking of presents, and here is an opportunity, right at your door, to save $ and $.
No need for you to waste time and money going to the city while this great money-
saving event is on.   Read a few of our Prices and be convinced that this is the
most genuine, cut-price, Clearing  Sale  ever  held  on  either side  of  Burrard  Inlet
 	
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DEEP CUT PRICES PREVAIL IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
Men's Clothing
Men's Suits in Tweeds, and Fancy Worsteds all llie latest styles and
cuts.   I .ui li Suil filled lo your individual shape.
Regular $12.00.
Regular $15.00.
Regular $16.00.
Regular $20.00.
Regular $25.00.
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Sale
Price
Price
Price
Price
Price
$ 6.00
$ 7.50
$ 9.00
$10.00
$12.50
Men's Pants
HEAVY TWEED PANTS
Regular $175.    Sale Price $1.25
Regular $2.50.    Sale Price $1.75
FANCY TWEED AND WORSTED
Regular $3.00.
Regular $4.00.
Regular $5.00.
Sale Price $2.25
Sale Price $2.75
Sale I'rice $3.75
If you need Panlt, the above value will appeal to you.
Men's Boots and Shoes
Men's Working BooU, regular $2.50 and $2.25. Sale Price $1.65
Men's Box Calf, regular $3.00. Sale Price $2.25
Box Calf, Good-Year Well, regular $4.00. Sale Price $3.00
Men's Fine Dress BooU, in Patent Leather, Vici Kid or Box Calf
Regular $5.00.     Your choice  $3.75
Men's Underwear
Winlcr Weighl, regular 65c. Sale Price   35c
I leavy Ribbed. Regular $1.00 Sale Price   75c
Fine Wool. Regular' $1.25. Sale Price  95c
Extra Heavy Ribbed. Regular $1.50. Sale Price  $1.15
Men's Working Shirts
Regular 65 cenls.   Sale Price 35 cenls
Men's Oxfords, regular $1.00. Sale Price .' 65 cents
Men's Tweeds. Regular $1.25. Sale Price  65 cenls
Grey and Blue Flannels. Regular $1.50. Sale Price  $1.15
Tooke's and W. G. & R. Fine Shirts
Great Variety lo Choose From.
Regular $1.00. Sale Price 50r.
Regular $1.25. Sale Price 65c.
Regular $1.50. Sale Price $1.15
Regular $2.00. Sale Price $1.50
Men's Sox
Regular 25c. Sale Price 2 pairs for 25c
Regular 35 and 40 cents.   Sale Price I pair (or 25c
Regular 50c.   Sale Price I pair for 35c
SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL THE STOCK IS CLEARED
We wish especially to call your attention to a large stock of Ladies' and Children's STOCKINGS, HAIR COMBS, and NOTIONS of all kinds which must be cleared at half price and less
WILLIAM CUMMING
LONSDALE AVENUE
NORTH VANCOUVER
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. BY MACHINEKV AT SHORT
NOTICE
h Shoe Store
P   0   IMUI6
Kitchen Supplies
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WHEN in want
of Kitchen
Supplies don't
overlook the (acl
that, we have a
complete line and
carry nothing but,
the best, and every
piece is guaranteed
Our stock of STOVES and HEATERS
are the best we can buy and prices are right
paine & McMillan
NOBTH   VANCOUVEH'B   LEADING   HARDWARE   MERCHANTS
Phone 12. FIRST STREET AND LONSDALE
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To Succeed in Buiineu YOU MUST Advertise,
Don't Take Chances!
Phone
80
Butliiiii men tud btttluait lioiuii
tit imiitilly Judgtd by tin printed matUr tbay aand out.
Otn you afford to take dimicci witb
your printing whin good work lu thia
Uut cotta llttlt, If tny, more.
We Do Good Work
NOBTH   BHOBB   PBBS8   LIMITED
Fint Btreet But,  Nortb  Vancouvar
REMOVAL NOTICE
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SHOR^ DRUG '\
CO. have moved
to 59  Lonsdale Avenue,
two doors from Esplanade.
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