BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Express Jun 13, 1911

Item Metadata

Download

Media
expressnv-1.0309688.pdf
Metadata
JSON: expressnv-1.0309688.json
JSON-LD: expressnv-1.0309688-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): expressnv-1.0309688-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: expressnv-1.0309688-rdf.json
Turtle: expressnv-1.0309688-turtle.txt
N-Triples: expressnv-1.0309688-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: expressnv-1.0309688-source.json
Full Text
expressnv-1.0309688-fulltext.txt
Citation
expressnv-1.0309688.ris

Full Text

Array >
Jt^mmg meuamml
V
*mm
l>
Voltwu U
Nopii Vanuquv^b, LJ.0.t F«iiuv, June
b iffeu
Number 2?
PROMINENT CONSERVATIVES
I     ADDRESS URGE GATHERING
	
The Important Issues of Reciprocity and Protection of B. C. Forests Discussed.
fi
I'romincn! Conservatives (rom all
over tbo district and city of North
Vancouver osscmbiud on Friday night
in I arson's Pavilion lo hear thu issues of Heciprocity, Ilriliah Columbia
forests and other topics of groat im
poriiiiiiv to Ihu patriotic Canadian intelligently discussed by audi speakers
as Hon. F, L. Carter Cotton, M.I,.A.
Hop. W. It. Boss, Minister 0/ Lands
and Acting Atiorney (lenernl, and
George 11. Barnard, M.I'., representative lor Viotoria.
Ur. (ioorge 11. .Munlm, president
nl thu local Conservative Association,
occupied tho chair and with him on
the platform were lho epenkers of the
evening as well as Mayor McNeish, F.i-
Mayor Hay and Mr. i'ercy King, the
latter secretary ol the association. '
Mr. Miir.l.'ii prefaced the business ol
tho evening by a few appropriate remarks concerning the speakers and
their various missions in public lilo
and introduced Hon. F. L. Curler-Cotton, representative ol tho provincial
government lor itichmoiiil riding and
the constituency of the North Shore
of Hiirrni il Inlet,
Mr. Cartcr-Colion, after thanking
the chairmen uml expressing to his
hearers hia delight at bc'ng present
slated Ihat il was not his intention
lo discuss Ihe Iwo impoilanl subjects
lor which the meeting wus called, but
would leave it lor the Iwo othor
speakers Ol Ibo evening, bul ruther
call attention lo the progressive condition ol affairs in North Vuneouver
today illustrating as examples the sewer construction work and tbe early
construction ol tbo Second Narrows
bridge, which now wns assured would
be ol (he greatest benefit to the people
of the city aud municipality. In tho
next two or three years, auid Mr.
i'nrii-1 ■ 1'.,11011, the vast cxpcn.liliiivi
ol moneys upon Ibe public worka ol
this cily will begin In return in a fur
greater degree the money which wua
originally expended upon them. Aa
for himself he wus proud to be the
representative of a constituency so
progressive, und in tbo future, as
he hud always endeuvorod lo do in the
pull, he WOttld l>c huppy In serve the
people ol Norlh Vuneouver (ii.ifria.-i
and cily in any issue thut might necessitate hia ' 111,|" iiiiiiui
The nexl speaker, Hon. W. It. Ross,
minister of Lands, said that it was
Ihe lirsl lime he had hud the pleasure
of visiting North Vuneouver and ad
milted hia loss and congratulalid the
assembled meeting on the enlerpriae
pnsscaacd by the citizens of So'ih
Vuneouver.
Begarding the lopie, tfcciprdtiiy, Mr.
Boas auid (hat it waa hia intention to
deui wilh it in only a cursory wuy,
liul would lather speak ol the issue
upon which he possessed Ihe greaiosl
knowledge, namely (he forests ol Ilriliah Columbia.
In concise utalcincnla embracing statistics which thoroughly covered Ibe
condition ol our forests al tlio proa
cnt time, whidi ho slated eoutaincd
fa an 1 hii Im of the standing limber ul
Ihe Dominion. Already, said Mr.
Boss, (he i.-i.dined oi the forests ol
British Coliimbiu pay a lillle out
two-thirds ol thc laxea imposed on residents and that at tho noxt silting
of tho Icgialaturo he hoped Ihat the
poll tax, land lax, revenue laxea
would lw nli.,li- lied und the revenue
Irom the loreals ol II. C bo made to
pay (or these.
"There is one thing that our patriotic newspaperman never allow us lo
forgot," said Mr. Boss, "and Ihut is
, the tremendous commercial import once
ol tho mil urn I resources ol our province. On the . dunlin-la -n.l aide Ihoy
keep us well informed, uud make us
realize lully tho attraction thut our
resources are beginning lo oxorl on
mil«idu capital. Tbe possibilities ol
invostmorrt in forests, fisheries, mining ond land, that exist in such profusion and Ihe rapid development
that is taking place in lumbering and
olber industries. Our newspapers do
all Ibis and dp it well but il I have
one criticism lo offer jl is thai nol
nearly enough intae*t has been awakened io our natural resources regarded as public property-os an tint 4
lho provincial Treasury. I am thinking of the forests in particular, four-
filths '4 tabs timber ip which belongs
to Ihe people ol British Columbia.
1 F,vory British Columbian in his capo-
cjly ss a .ejliten is aa owner oi  tim-
SIR WILFRID IN ENGLAND
her—standing limber, .ui.-rchaiilabli
limber, timber that ahoidy pays on -
third ol his, tuxes find every your pro-
vidus t||e publio treasury with Iwo uml
u hulf million ilollarn for opening up'
tho eouniiy, 1 unhid - ihul provides out
ul the nioni niiunl.iilile public endow
monli thul auy nation has over hud
My criticism is Ihat tlm average citi
zen knows next in nothing about ul
this, lakes little interest in a gro.it
property in which he is a shareholder,
and Ihat thc prcsa do nol tin enough
lo arouse his interest. I would like
to sue more, general knowledge an I
more lively discussion about mutters
ol Im.aai policy, Iho broad principle*
ol which aro so simple and easy to
understand—even though Unhappy ministers may go grey-headed iu trying
to work them out in practice.
"Now il there are three ach'evunenls
in forest policy upon which (ho present Government may pride itself they
are theme: Firstly, liy favorable
legislation the (iovernmeiil helped
powerfully to build up a nourishing
lumbering industry; secondly, tbo
government hus refused lo alienu'.e
Ihe people's forests t thirdly, it lias
contrived to make Ihe uncut loreats
yield revenue. Thc system ol tijabtir
licenses under which till this winWIone
wos a really great anil stulismunlikc
course. Cuder it our loggers 1111
sawmill men wero given the oppor: 111
ity ol securing a supply ol slanting
timber wit linn I having lo pay cash for
il—payment being by in.ill insl, I'
incuts yearly year; un advaulugit-iiH
arrangement Ihat guvo u groat li e to
lumbering iii this province. Shrewd
investors who foresaw the future w.e
III I I lla-l a-al   b.V   lllO   chll|IC'l,'   111   HCCUI 1 llj WI
interest in stonding limber leioielh
coming shortuge on this continent
bad mude its price prohibitive. Thtso
men brought millions ol ou'sulo 5npi-
lul inlo British Columbia, and miee
iiii.-!.".-ti'il here—one buiinci mullet
leading lo another -Ihoy helped in
many a different wuy to build up tic
llunlleinen, look ihtii-s   Ihe
idge Matters
ToBe
Discussed
" Hanged il that Reciprocity Gas hasn't tarnished my silvery tongue.''
province
harbor lo Vancouver ami think I ow
great a change haa taken place iu
lhal city within the Inst few r-'.in
and how much of thul eh.iti..o bus
been caused directly or indir.'Cllv, by
Ihe busy prosperity ol the limbering
industry und Ihe heavy invest incuts in
limber that have been mude possibility Ihe lores! policy of the provincial
government.
"Now, (here's ono side ol lhoi|ues-
lion—the commercial side-thai is dis-
cuaaed very lully in the preaa, und
lhal our citizens know all about. I
want lo touch ou thc other sitleol the
question—(lie nutionul side.
"l-'..ui■ liblm oi the provincial loreals
as I have already said, belong to US—
Ihe pcaiplc. A small proportion ot this
public timber is under 'all-ycur loiaos.
a considerable amount ia in tetorvr
and ihe bulk ol it (auy our 110 lil-
lion led ol aome til the choice*) limber
iu Ihe world) remains iinalieuule>l, hu
under special license, in this lionicd
limber Ihe public nnd the lions e.
have gone inlo partnership--the public
owns it, the licensees cul il, und lo
gelbor Ihey share ihr profila. When
profits arc low, so are bolh their
shares; when profit^ rise, the share ol
each party incjxxiaeaj. 'Ihe people ol
H. C, in olher words, have r. Initud
llieir hold upon lho rise in value ot
standing timber, which ia ulrcady
becoming prominent aa one ol the in
evil able result* of modern civilization
Ol course il is directly against lie interest ol the |«-ople lo make domain).
Ihat would burl the prosperity ol the
lumbering industry, and thai fuel
shows how vory sound Ihis limb r license legislation is, and how it p-o
vide* an automatic cliccle ai'ainsl
abuse.  Only, oa I have eaid, Ibia and
to proleet your forests 7 Whut laii.i
anybody done in thu past 7 Ihe answer is jitsl this nothing wns alone .n
(he puat, und in spile ol our -.'Hurls as
a government vim, ua lilizcna, ure do-
ing yery little now. Forest prop rly
hus boon Iteiited, und is still   treated,
lb  shameful  and   hardly  believable
neglect.
"We ure now in Juno, gentlemen,
mid Ihe uniiiial burning up of Hellish
Columbia's f"i'-i.-- uud primp ivy is
ubout to begin. Cunhss campers
will light lire's in the brush aid 'en,-
them lo spread and devastate stretch
es of our choicest limber. Conll "grn-
lions will be sown broadcast bv defective locomotives, uml logging engines, in spilu ol every iffurt ol the
government to detect uud punish Iho
persons responsible. Tenderlrel riucii-
crs will "tube chances" ami be virtuously astonished when ihe putting mil
of llieir fires costs thousands ol dollurs of public money. IJuito u lew
lumber men will look upon l)ie sp". ud-
ing ol fresh traps for fire us :i nuts-
sary part of their daily busill.-ss, Itnd
will huve alio!hoi summer's gambling
with the Hod ol Firo—slating iluii
plant antl limber against many a
lighted mulch end butt end of a e'g-
at.elle. Miiny an honest citizen will
conceal whut he knows about the
cause ol a bud finest lire, lor lollr ol
mailing un enemy ul the mun who
started  it,  or in ordor  to "lol    ihe
"And now I wanl lo say something,
gent Linen, about what llie govi rnni"iil
is   doing   to protect   the for. s's. The
government   has had   to face   n nvy
serious siluution.    'llie er ni  increase,
of which we are all proud. In the 'lumber of our settlers, in railway truflie,
a    lumbering operations, und iu all the a
vul ions kinds of work that tuke   n en !
tti'iir the wpods, lias caused <i rmres-
I "i■ i:ia,   increase in the risk of loresl '
tires.. Jn British Columbia, iiioreou'r.
I he   lumbermen    I    limber   owuors
huve not recognised themselves into
...I.aai.ai. lire protcc'livr associations
us the lumbermen ol Wellington ni.d
Idaho huve done so successfully, liml
I'rovincial liovorinnonj bus hud to
step iu und shoulder the entire responsibility lor lire proleclii.n for llu'
lime being, uud it bus hud to 'Jo Ill's
more or less in u hurry lo prevent as
fur us i" .id, further damaged) one
of the greatest assets of the procure,
ihe governinelil has had lo employ u
huge force of men und cover the limbered dialrict* wiih a network ol patrols and expend n very huge sum ol
money bolh lust yeur uud this, audit
has had to do this under greul dill)
cullies. 1 ant glad to suy jhil In
some extent the difficulties caused in
Ihe .".,itupping ol provincial antl Dominion jurisdiction lune in some i.\
tenl been overcome. Ill ihe iiwilI -i
of Ihe inspection of ruilwuy locomotive*, and the clearing of the light of-
uay.   I have born able lo conn' to an
poor fellow down easy." I'eopla
■lund looking on al loresl, fires and Iurmiigcmonl with the Dominion Com-
wondering when the wurdeii will nr mission. Moreover, Ihe railways lone
rive lo light I hem, or Iry to hold liun j begun lo realize Ihe enormous d.iiruc-
up for fancy wage* when Ile asks Iheit linn thul Ihey huve caused nnd are
help.   Ily Ihe end ol Iho season, gen    willing to co-operate with us in   ore-
'venting lire. Bul we have other troubles in iibuiidniicc. I will mention.only oue, il Is Ihis there still I'tigers
afiere and there in the province n remnant of the old vicious livhel ili.ii
(here'sis nothing morally wrong in litis oni tempting lo muke the government the
we uie I victim   of ull   kinds ol extortion   nnd
tinned, enreieas ejlizehs of this pro-
vinee will have shot several million
dollurs wot l It ol our uuliouul resource! out ol cxialenec   into smoke.
"All this will happen, gentlemen, nnd
ihe reason lor il will be eardossness
jtisl rank careluasness. This
great wenkness as a people
cureless aboul our great inherit mice oL|lclly fraud. Well, even,we will nal
timber and we lolcralc each olhtrVmil thai Ijic present goveiiiiinnl bus
iiin-lessiiess Public opinion il nll-im- -done u very great deal to raise the
poi I mil in the prevention of lore I lire, 'slnndnrd of public service. Hi.If ns ,.
Orators may thump the drum of do cilizeii like yuumclvca and as u minis
ipienoo; governments inny strive to do ter, I eco no reason, genii.nien. -*y
llieir utmost -aa the present govern- a public depiuIin.-nt should nol bo ex-
incut ia doing-lo Hive the (uresis, but pi-cloil la, conduct its nffuira with the
in the long run auroras depends on a i sumo clear rut lilicicncy ns u t'livulo
very commonplace matter-the amount business orgnni/iilion. and as this mat-
of care the average cili/cn run he in ter of lire protection comes within my
lined lo exercise when Using lire nen- Ideporlmenl I nm determined, jenil.'
llie woods; care with mule-Inn mul to
men, to see thai il is run on sound
nnd vigorous business linos. Organic,
organize, organize hofo is lie nio|. .
for public service. .Study and pinn
and do aggresiivc work : nnd ars th ll
llie expenditure of eaeh dullur of pull-
lie money produce's the grealeal    pos
tal) said, against the policy of Sir
.lohn A. Ma If. n. ihi on the grounds
that it has already been in operation
in the Dominion uud litis worked a
hardship on some of the people ol
Canada il must be lukni into eons d-
erirliou thut a parly unfriendly to the
policy itself were operating it.
Mr. Ileorge II. Halliard, prese-nling a
typical lawyer's arginr.it against
tlm iiiinh discussed issue of reciprocity, outlined his objections with lho
following reasons: tii ihul it will
im.an u tendency lowiuds the disrupting a.i ihe empire; (1) Ihul it will
kill ihe prospect of Imperial Induration; |ll) Thut il will retard the do-
viiopmetil oi inter-provincial trade,
und (|) that il is u ipie.liou us lo
just whul the economic vuluc will be.
f'anada ut this lime is prosperous,
said Mr. Barnard, and why ihould wi
-liun- our greut nulttrul resource
wealth wilh the lolled .Stales who
are becoming poorer yeur by x car, for
von may be sure Ihul I ucle Sum docs
not wish In make this alliance lor his
health. The speaker pr.B.'iiled nutner
ons ijiinlulious from ihe editorials of
various Aincrirun publications and c-
tracts Irom the speeches ol promimiu
\iiiiiii-lilibi which proved c.inclusively
thul Irom In'.I lo Ihe present they
considered a reciprocity agreement is
the lirsl great step toward unuex.i
lion und il ia Ihis idea, said Mr, Bar
mud, which ia dominant in the tiiind.
of the American uuthnrilita ol lbs
present tlay.
II. lurther said Ihul the Liberals
had endeavored to bring the farmers
of Ontario over to Ihe side of the
agreement by the blare and rapidity
with which il waa attempted lo bo
In.i"l through the bouse, which il
this hud occurred would huve killed
foniinnieinl I mm. and Ih niiy Im
perlnl federal ion, but cuipliaiircd the
hi el that the linul decision wilh respect to Ihu reciprocity ncTitninit
resled wilh the people ol Cnlindii nnd
ih.in nlotie. In conclusion Mr. Bur
mud staled lhal should the ncc seily
urise for Ihe alliance with any conn-
Iry he preferred that il should leun
tier llie Iiiion duck and not lite ling
ol any other nation.
■\ft.i Ihe conclusion ol Nr. Bsr-
mini'* -pi-.i-li Mr. I'crcv King movel
Ihut a vote ol thanks be extended lo
the speakers and chairman. This motion was seconded by Mayor McNciih
ond carried amid cheers as the meet
ing filed inlo the night
Doiogotea horn Two Companies and
Municipalities Concerned Will "u.'l
on Friday, 16th insl.
The dole for tho joint meeling ol re-
prcsi'iiiui iv en uf tlio V. Vi. A V. IC
tho Burrard Inlet Tunnel uml llrid; e
Compuny, and deiegulcs Irom till th'
municipalities interested in the Second
Narrows Bridge proje.t (or Ihe | ur-
pose ol getting mailers in thisrejorl
down to a solitl working basis hai
been set lor Friday afternoon, -Inn.-
lfith, at II o'clock.
This nolice was received by the city
council at their last evening's meeting, Iho writer being Mr. Wm. He-
Neil, parliamentary representative ol
the V. W. k Y. Bailway.
The mayor suit! that in addiliou to
lite appointed delegation ol Aid. Ilen-
dersnn and Dick and himself Irom the
city counoil ho would liko as many
aldermen as could lint! it possible to
be present lo be on hand. ' ■
Following a million coming Irom
Aid. Dick und Kittson which was carried by a vote ol 4 to 3, the pay ol
tho city workmen will be raised to llfi
cents per hour on an eight hour day
basis.
Delegations representing the work-
iuguie'ii ol Ihis cily huve been bcliir..'
the eity council Iwo or limo lini-a
since the beginning ul Ihe yeur, and
the only reason lhal Ihu i - ■ ,>i. ■-1 haa
not been considered beiorc ia Ihul Iwo
large concerns i-ngugcd iu the cell truc-
tiiui of aewera in the city were only
pitying the nominal wage, and Ihe
counoil thought thut if the c'ty workmen's puy wua railed il would lend to
delay the work of the contractors to
some extent.
A letter wua received Irom Waller
A. Ilillmmi. accrelury lu Mayor Taylor, Vancouver, exlouding a cordial invitation lo Mayor McSci It and couu-
cil In be present al Ihe Mudcin-Can-
ada Fair on .lune I Isl. Curriugus
will he placed at the diapoaal ol lho
Norlh Vancouver civic authorities in
order thai thc loir might be viewed
with greater cnmlorl.
The cily clerk waa inslrucletl to accept the invitation on hchall ul the
Mayor and Council.
Aid. Smith auggeatetl that ivh reus
tho oily had been previously buying
ita newer, drainage and water pipe
through middlemen, ucceianrily .'111ailing a greater e.x|iense, ihat iu future
the cily procure these muleriuls direct
Irom Ihe inanuluelureri benriig Iho
maker's gituratiloe bul subject lo iny
teals inutie by the cily. The alderman
put thia in the form ol a motion ui.d
il   waa carried by a vole ol two lo
baceo und cigarettes, care with 0 in
and clearing fires, care with dunk v
engines and loconiolives. l-'.vciv man,
woman nnd child in Ihe proemm inn
do a little to help ptoleel Ihe lure's
And while we are talking ol careful-
(he many formidable problems pul up I„,,„,,, | want lo ask my friendi of Ihe  sible amount ol public lie'iionl.
proiw lo bo a little more careful ol lb* : '/'ho great i dunger whi'l) the
newa Ihey pi int ubout loresl lires. Injvincinl government has lo contend
Ihe Lands Department we UfUal'y mak" with loiluy, said the apenkcr, ia lab}
allowance! for the c.xnggerivt on thii ifiro trouble, wlne-h is yearly becoming
inevitably creeps inlo ev-.ry nrcui'l „l a greater ine'iiiire to our limber, last
a forest lire sent in by an cxcil.d lo- yeur the dcparlmrul spent a one <f
col correspondent. Bul Ihe e'.jsitin.jul ***I,ISSI in protecting lis forosls. This
publicolion ol alarmist news ilomsuill year a sum of ♦Ifs'laOOu* has been  ap
alia.,
|
lho government by the Forwtry
Commission, lake a great deui oi
working oul and watching by grty-
beaded persons el Victoria,
"Wdl, bore's your land properly,
cili/i-iis, bringing you in two and a
half millions ol dollars o year nla-uly
and going to do much bcltrr then
thai in years io crime. And I hew fur-
eels ol yours are needed, besides lu
the prosperity of yuur ag.i ulliril
sections, lo etoedy your slrrnm (luw
and give you irrigation, lo impnive
your olimale and tt, bring and sup-
port the population thai ninkcs your
cjtiee grow and make* yuur jncroheuls
mmfmmh id what are y.ou dw<
i"
surdy give investors al a distance the ( proprinted lownrd Ihis ohjeel   and   a
idea Ibal (he whole country is burn-{patrol of I WI men wus cnnsiaiitly
ing up and thai standing limber nan ,lhe payroll of the provincial guvr n
ospeciolly unsale inveslincni in Brill*)) mapl lo w*ldi lho firea.
Columbia inalcud of laing, as it Is in |toy*rding lho reeipruiily issue Mr.
fuel, n great drill safer tbon rlsewborc , UosS'said lhal lie eiinsidend tin pi,)-
on Ihis continent. My depsrlmonl il- icy laid down by Sir ,foh« A, Uctlup
sell gets coughl sometimos by Ihr (old Ihe propur polity lor a ptlfiolU)
pavi Upjy ftp* aboul liifaf fir s.     ' BrWsh subject.   Liberals wjijf *rgue,
A DAILY EDITION
Arrangement! arc about rami .id
lor the publication ol a series ol doily issues ol the F.xprrsa. 'J'hisdapiir-
lure will be by way ol experiment, ia
an ill i Ii. afford opportunity lo gauge
public .eniiinenl- wilh reference lo a
daily iiewspuper for Norlb Vancouver,
ll is hoped thai the liral daily ism.'
will by in readineas lor our (a/ilnr
piiMitniion day on frid*y id i'ih
week. Ths editor will be plea..d 'oreceive expressions ol op'nion wrill-n Of
veiiinl, Irom subseribera, wilb refer
once to ihis departure.
. WEEKLY BAND CQNCE8T
The usual weekly conoerjl by Poflb
Vnnioiivi! ciiy Band will be given lo-
morrow (Wed/iMday| ovening at Vic
tori* Fork,
A communication was received Irom
Ibo accrolary ol Iho Board ol i'i ad'
suggesting Ihul the city council take
up the mutter ol enlorlaiiilng the ul
ha.-is ol II. M. S. Itainbow nl the celebration lo be held bore on Inly I.
Aa Ihe council had already apptoptia-
tctl SaVsi inward Ibia object lho- Idler
was referred lo the tclubialiun committee.
Solicitor Boid, in rpfcrot'ce lo lite
propoactl works of local improvement,
to be commenced ihnrlly wrote as follows :
"In my opinion the council may proceed wilh the h'.ul improvement which
hai been advertised pursuant ol By-
luw by tlay labor or by contract,
without Ibat holding the court of revision whidi has In do wilh the assessment and not wilb Iho work, and
ihe council may cilhrr proceed wilh
work end oimas costs or assess Ihe
costs ond proceed with Iho work os
soon os is deemed advisable.
Thia mailer was referred lo the
commiltee by whom il is subject.
The application for water by I'hil-
lippo and Muaadwhile lor block 'JAOf
D. L. fllfS, wns rderred lo the wat.T
committee lor a report.
Voncouxvr ddealer New Wealminajer
in a league lacrosse match on Saturday 64. The teams dadt again on
Solurdoy in New Westminster and *
great crowd is expected.
Al a meeling ol Ihe bnrliifpg coin
roillcc hdd on Friday lest in Ble no*
J'rcsbylerien churd), Lynn Valhy, bills
wsre paesed /or a conMtlernld*
amount.. As finances now stood only
about CI.QM is owing, and Ihe commit-
tee decided lo mid again Iwo weeks
later and In the.meantime make
twmined efort lo fain Ihe 1100 aud
pass all Ibe accounts. The work 4
Ihi* commiltoe is well nigh eompletrd
ond tab* trwmbart art lo be
plimenfed oo Ibe suooees allojued *s
lb* eburoh bsi only b*«n opffl-
ed sbout tt* *»#s. two
THE'BXPTO, NORTH VANCOUVER, 8, C,
im fin mm
Great Hosiery Sale
The following lines will be offered on Saturday and
Monday,  Note them:
00c ant) 75c values 25c a pair
Plain Kilk lisle thread, also cotton embroidered and
lace hose, in black, tan, brown, reseda, helio, white,
Copenhagen, etc.   Great range to choose Irom.
35c to 45c value* 17.x a pair
Plain cotton and lisle thread hose, in black, tan or
grey.   Good quality, well shaped und finished.
Regular 65c Hose, 3 pain for $1.00
Women's open work silk lisle thread hose in striped
designs in all colors and black, unusual value.
Regular 30c to 45c values for 15c a pair
Women's fancy colored lisle thread hose in assorted
patterns,   Kxlra special at this small price.
25c cashmere hole 12' c a pair   ,
These are in plain black and well made, shaped and
finished. The wearing parts are extra spliced. Si/es
for women.
Children's cotton hose in tan, black or white open
work designs.   Regular 25c values Ior 10c a pair.
Gordon Diysdale, Ltd.
575 Granville Streeet
Vancouver
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED  . . .
  ACCOUNTANTS
J19 Ptnder street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
BATHfa
Kellethe's Bath
Corntr Homer and Pender Sts.
Tke only up-to-date and reliable bath houie in Hritisli Columbia.
W* cure where others fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or 110
pay. Plain but Its, electric baths.
skuwi 1 baths, massage for body, icalp and face ; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS. KAU.ETHE, PROP.,
Oraduate of llerlin. Germany
LADIES' HAIHDRE&SING
PKIWANKNT 1IAIB WAVE
Every lady longs to huve wavy heir
It is now within Ihs rearh ol svery
on*. For some years cut hsir has bees
permanently waved, hut ths process it
11.nl lo uiiili'ii'o wua 100 severe (or it
to Ihi applied lo hair on the head,
hut now science has disenvered a ma-
ih.1.1 hy which tho hair can hs waved
wi I linn 1 injury to hair or scalp. Ths
wave will not wash out and damp
weather will not alleet it. ibe process leaves (he hair Mill and wavy. It
haa beuoau tlie rage in i'sria, I on
doit and all the large cities ol the
Slates. .Special rates (or one month.
Any iiiforiniilia.il regnrdinu; tlie work
will lie gladly given to any ladies who
will call or v.iin- lo
MAIUMI.   Ill MITIIIKVaS,
711 I'eudor aSlroet.
GHOCERS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale und Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
RUdUEM 51AMPS
BUSINESS COLLEGES
5PR0TT-SHAW
Business Institute
.      336 Hustings St.' W.
Canada a Qraetasl W.it.rn School
B   J. iSpmit, HA, - -Manager
PITMAN'S
tuftlncftn College
631 Seymour it., Vancouver
Day ichool open all   tbe  year
round.  Night school comajciii-
M September Hill.
Read   the   Expreu
WANT ADS.
Tim  GEO. II.   HEWITT CO.
Manufacturers
m piim 11111B1.K mm
Sign and Price Markers
10 Fairfield lild.      Fone R337J
RtALtSTATl	
Yorkshire Guarantee &
Securities Coloration Ltd
440 Seymour Street
HEAL ESTATE
I.AND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENT:
ESTATES   MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgat Managtr
 fUSTAUBAKTS	
All North Vsneouver people ut at
LEONARDS'
Either Flack Block or Hastings Bt.,
opposite tbs nsw poal offico. Li-onmd
sails his lea by Ihe pound.
NORTH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
cusuoutsii sr
Tlltl MISSES DA WSOS
Certidceted Surgicsl, Medical snd
Maternity Nursee
Itasee lilt 1*1 ee Anilities
far tsrtns apply at tba Hospital
ISlb Street Kut.
PHOtlE  t>9
All mm Urn*** tbould b* yip-
tA tor gat ia ord*r to **v* hie
1 fctavy tip*nditiir« (or tbia coa-
uttftUau* At a lata data.
V, ?, WOHT; HBAT *
fowuB. co, umvm,
FOR SALE
300 Feet of Water-
frontage with crown
grant, known aa
Wallace Shipyardi.
Termi to mit pur-
chaiar.  Apply
H, H. DEVINE,
Seymour St.
Vancouver
PLAZAJROOMS
Just UpstsxaV-Ntw end modern
throughout, apecial rale* by week, 118
Es|Hanado West, Mrs. li. V. Jackson,
proprietrsee.
UST OF PRKE WINNERS
v AT THE N.V, HORSE SHOW
'*
FRIDAY, JUNE Wt,
Class 6A—Pair boreea, any weight,
N. Y, City and District; 1, Cup by
Mayor MoNeisli, 1 and 3, Ribbon*-!
Creamer; 2, Fogg; 3, Brackman k
Ker.
Class tl—Pair Ponies, titulor 13.1), I.
Cup by A, B. liiploel.', 2 and 3, Rib-
bona—1, lloiiorts ti Field.
Class 1-i'air Horses, 1,600 lbs. or
ovor, open to sll, 1, Cup, N. V. Coal
tt Supply Co., 2 antl 3, llibbone-1,
Creamer; 3 ami 3, Fogg,
Class -IS—I'nir I'oiiiis, 13.'.) and not
over 14.11, upon to all, 1, trophy by
C. II. Hooloy; 2 and 3, ltibbons-1,
HcDotignli.
Class 2—I'aii Horses, UOO lbs. antl
uneler l,(K)0 lbs. open to all, 1, trophy
by Vancouvor llarnsss Co., 3 and 3,
Itihhons-1, If. lr»gg; 2, Brackman '
Ker.'
Ciqss 13—Single Pony, under IS.'J,
op.-n to all, 1, till cash, 2 and 3, Ilib-
lmns-1, Robert* k Fiajihl, 3, Miss M«-
Ctirmack. ,jaj
Class 3-Single Horse, KWO Ita '.'m".
over, open to all, 1, 110 i-imli, 3 ani|
3, liibbons-l, 3 and 3, II. Fojjgj;.   .
Class 44—aingla Pony, 13.1} »ttd not
over 14.3, open to nil, I, dip by Mr.
II. Bridgman, 2 end 8, Rjlftohs-1,
Ifoheiis k Field; 3, J. l.awson ; 3,
.1. II. Brooks.
Class 4-Slngte horso, I lull Ihs. and
under 1,500 lbs., open to til, I, $10
cash, 3 and 3, Ribbons—1, Fogg; 3,
Eaton; 8, Fogg. ,     j.
I'ln-ai o I'nir HoTSOS, IlitKI ||m
over, N. V. City and District, J,' t^p
by the Nnrth Sltoro Press ltd, 3 and
3, llilibons-1, Creamer; 3 and 3, Fogg.
I'hiss 13—I'air Horses, under 1,300
lbs., to be shown as usod in cily delivery, I, tup by Mr. .1. A. McMillan,
-A. B. Fletcher.       ,
Class 35—Hackney Stallion, any
ago, I, Trophy, 3 and 3, Ribbons—I,
2 .ui'l 3, Roberts k Field.
Class 56—Single l.ivcry Horse, open
to all, I, Trophy—Palace Hotel liver)'.
Class 45-Saddle Pony, undor 13.3,
I, Trophy by Mr. I). A. Smith, 3 and
3, HihlioiiB-I, Dr. Proctor; 3, Miss
'I.i ni in.i.i. ; 3, .1. II. Brooks.
Class 11—I'nir horses, under 1,300
lbs., to be shown as used in city do
livery, North Vancouver cily nnd dis
Iriet, I, cup hy Mr, I. M. Fromme, 2
nnd II, Itililnnn. I. Fraser ; 3 and 8
i'Tclchor.
Class Ifi-Saddle Pony, 13.3 and not
over 11.3, I, Cup by Royal Bank—I,
J. II. Brooks; 3, .1. I.nwson.
Class 57—Pair Livery llorsea, opon
In all, I, Trophy—Palace Laundry.
Class Hi—Single Home, under 1,300
lbs, to lar shown ns used in city delivery, K. V. city and district, I, cap
hy Wood k Son, 2 and 3, ltibbons-1,
Peters k Uyiey; '-', A. H. Plctrlier.
I'hiss 83 Pair llniinrys, driven hy
n Inily, I, Cup by C. K. I.uwson k Co,
3 and 3, Ribbons- I.' Kolicfls .•- Kichl;
driven by. Mrs. Huberts.
(hiss M— Polo Pony, rlub In lie ear-
riisi, I, till rash, 3 and i, Kihbons-
I, Van. Ila,isc Show Co; 3, ,1, Cordon.
Class 5H -Pony .lumper, not .Shetland, IS, nip by IJ. firievmn, 3 ami 3,
Ribbonr-I, Dr. Prontor; 3, .1. II.
Brooks; 3, Vun. Horse Show Co.
SATURDAY, JINK Hub
Class II—Pour-horsu Team, Jieavy
draught, N. V. I'ily and District, I,
cup by Alex. Smith k Co., 3 and 3,
Itiblioiis   II. Fogg,
I'hiss 31 Brood Mare, loaf at loot,
Standard Bred, I,- cup by Birks eV
.-'.ia. 3 anil 3, Ribbona  .1. l.awson.
Class 33-Colt, Standard lirud, f.
Trophy by Blantiilield Bros., 3 jtml
3, Ribbons I, W. ('. Mdiillivisy; 3,
.Iho. Union.
Cluas 10-Foiirhoreo Team, opan tu
all, 1st priee, cup by II Fogg, 2 antl
i, Hihboni-l|, Fogg.,
Class li I'aii Hois.a, I,PS) lbs. and
under imp. N. V. oity ond diat.ricl,
I. 115 caah by Brackinnn-Kcr i'n, i
nil 3, millions I, II. Fogg; 3, A. It.
Shannon ; 3, .1. Geoffrey,
Class 7-Singlo Horse, 1,000 or
ovor, North Von. cily and eiislriot,
cup by Leonard Kale Co., 3 and 3,
Jtiblmna—1, Creamer, 3, N. V, Trans-
lor; 8, ll, Fogg.
Class in Sliuidiiiil In,,I Stallion,
any age, I, cup by I'. Larson, 3,
and :i, Itiblions 1 and 2, A.' it. Miller.
Class 51—.Shetland Stallion, any
age. 1/ 110 rash, 2 aud 3, Hibbons-
1,(1. Thorburn; 3, J. A. Wilson.
Class Hi Pnii Trotting Horses, 15
bands and over, I, nip |,y Mnlkin it
Co., 3 and 8, Ribbon*--!, II. Blylh;
3, Palace livery.    —
Class 17-l'air Trotting Horse*, under 15 bands, I, trophy by Armstrong
k Co.—,1. Uwaon.
Clais 33--Col I, 1 ycau and undo' '/'
years, 1, 17.60 cash by Palace} I ivory
SUbles, 3 and 3, Ribhons-I, C. W.
Mofiilllvray.
Class HWstajl* Trotting Horse, It
hand, end  over, 1, flood* value 110
R. C. I/Mther ««., 3 and 3, BtbpO is
I, F. W. latum, 1, ti. ', Miullillivrsy;
3, H. rHflhe.
tllee* HWJisfle Trotting Horse, uw
der 15 hands, I, eup by Mr.   4. 0
Brooks, 3 and 8, Rjbbons-1 end 3, J,
Lawson.'
Class S—Single Horse, 1400 lbs. and
under 1000 Ibe, N. V. City and Die
trict, 1, cup by Dr. Appleby, 3 and 8,
Ribbons^l and 3, H. Fogg r '8, W.
Miles.
Class UA-Brood Maru, Roadster,
open to all, 1, eup by N. V, Carriega
Works, 3 and 3, Ribbone-Cept.Cotee.
Clese 36—Single Psoer, 1, trophy by
0. B. Allen, 3 end 3, Ribbon*-!, II.
Blylh; 3, ,1. Wilson; 3, W. C McGil-
livruy.
Class 8A-Druught Maru or fielding
over 1,400 Ibe. N. V. City and Dis
trial, 1, cup by N. V. Board ol Trade,
3 and 3, Ribbons-I and 3, II. Fogg;
3, IT, V. Cartago.
Class 37—Driving Horse, N. V. City
and Distriot, I, sot ol harness by Capt.
Cates, 3 and II, Ribbons—1, 3 snd 3,
,1. I.nwson.
Class 47—Single Shot land, driven by
boy or girl under 14 years, I, cup by
Bank nl Hamilton—.1. Thorburn.
Class 38-I.udies' Saddle HorSc, 16
hands nr oyer, 1st prize, trophy  by
Mr. A. M. I.iildlc: 3 and 3, Hibbons-
I, Miss M. Allan ; 3, Miss Diiltnn.
Clews ttt-Shutlnnd, ridden by hoy
or girl under 14 years, 1, trophy. 3
and 3, Ribbons—1, H. Thorburn ; 3,
Ifr A- Hciulry; 3, .1. Melcourt.
'Class 36-Saildlc Horse, open to all,
%.*up liy Mr- T. Kingsloy, 3 and 3,
(Pho^l, ,1. Newton; 3, Van. Hur.
'jBo.; 3,',I. II. M.-opfei.
(j|aes 53-Shctlaiitl Rrood Marc, fool
at foot-l.JlO cash; 3 and 3, llib-
bojiB-/!. Cowan.
«a«a».a«a———aaa———«•
The, Bank of British North America
Capital Puid Up $4,866,666.   Reserve Fund $2,652,333
sJsMpsJPBBWpepsJsJsjpa^^p^^^lp
2 Office! in North VanQouver-2
CORNER LONSDALE AVENUE AND ESPLANADE
UPPER LONSDALE AVENUE (near Fourteenth Street)
mmm*.aaas I . |      ,
Saving Deposit pi >i.op aptf upwurils receive.!
Interest allowed at current rates.
Banker's Mopey Orders issued.
,   Both tillii'.es transact a guneral hanking business
and are open on Saturday night.
F. T, SALSBURY, Manager.
Tho Crollo,   neor tho Forty whirl
Ior Iho best in Fruits, Confectionery,
Tula,,, a-,,,  nnd Fountain  Duinlics, duily.   Seods ami Campbell, proprietors.
16-6
APPLICATION    FOR   I.IQCOR    LICENSE.
NOTICE is hereby given that at ihe
neit sitting ol the Bourd ol   License
Commissioners   lor   lho  Dislrict   ol
North Vancouver, ■!, tho undcrait/uid,
intend   lo   apply lor a hotel   licinso
for   premises situate an  Healloy   Island,   F.nglo Harbour, I). ',. "74,   in
tho said District nl North Vancouver.
W. D. PARK Ell.
Daloel ol North Vancouver,
April 37th, 1011. U
TAKE NOTICE Ihul the Coiinci of
thu Corporation ol lho Cily of Norlh
Vancouver iutends to construct as
work of local iiiiproveuieiit sanitary
sewer nnd lot connections on Lous
dule Avenue from lllh at root to lUlh
street under stibaeellon .'''.') eoctiott
'.''■6 of the M a, ii i, I j .,1 i I.ia.-"- Act and
inland* lo uaacss the lmal cost tin Mil
upon the reul properly Ironting or
nbulliiig I hereon, and lo lie bononllod
thereby, and that a stutoment show
ing the lands linblo lo pay tbe sa <
assessment and lho minus of the own-
era th. I. of, io far aa can lw aseetlaln
e<l Irom Ihe lasl revised Assessment
roll ia now on Iiie in lho olhro of llu;
Clerk ol the Municipality und is open
for inspection during oflici< Louis.
Tho estimated cost ot the work is
*l,i»ai. ol which e-.Mii is to be provid
ed out ol lho generul funds of the
Municipality.
I IhiM vs SllKI'HMill),
Cily Clerk. l«-6
North Vancouver, B, C,
duns Dili, Hill. ''
llll T —" a^-ir-nj—^
WASH GOODS
SPECIALS
(JENMNK SCOTCH GINCnAMS,  our  own  importation  in   Plain
rihtiuihraya and Checks, special |ier yard  10o.
33-incii PRINTS, good honvy quality,   light   and dark colors, special
per yard ' >"c-
DRESS MUSLINS, plain nnd Intiey   Dimity   stripes,   ulso  dots   und
crossbars, prico  •"■  '"c unc' W*
A lurge assnrtinent'ol Victoriu Lawns, India'n Lincna, P, rsiun Lawns,
Naiaooks, Orgundics, etc.
. '
Butlons covered from your own ntulcrinl-all sizes.
J. J. McALEECE
Keith Block Lonadale Block
LONSDALE AVENUE COR. I6lh and LONSDALE
phone 03 Phono 263
TWO STORKS
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
Wu solicit a trial hid on vonr Orders small or lame
Pur«!&GaUowayN.V.W00DYARD
BUILDING CONTBACTOBS
Brick and Concrete Work
Houses,  Jliingnlowa,   Etc u Specialt)
Plans submitted.   F.sliinul a
(or. Keith Boad and Boulevard
NORTH  VANCOUVER
H. D. RUGGLES
BARRISTER
NOTARY PUBLIC
133 6th Street East North Voncouvei
Phone 373
CUT WOOD
16 inch—(3 per loud
13 inch—$1.36 per load
I'ordvvood  aJ6 per cord
Offica and Yards
SECOND and ST. PATRICK
I'hone I'JD P. O. Bor 13#
FRED G. TURNER
Notary Public
Loans, Investments and Insurance
Room 3117, 633 Granville St., Vancouver, B. C. Phone 8304. Land Regis
try work a specialty.
IJ.  I'. HUlMil It
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork
All Work Guaranteed
Corntr Filleenth St. and Mabon Ave.
M
ma
E. DOWU
ZONTHAC'I'OR AND BUILDUP
Plani, Specifications, Intimates
P. O, Hox n, Nortli Vancouver
nelBai*;,MflMMHMaaMB
WEST VANCOUVER
"DUNDa4RAVE" D.L 555
aaal     1.
The contract lor constructing a wharl at DUNDARAVE has been lei and ihe ferry
will won be calling there. The finest and largest loU in W«t Vancouver are in this properly,
and are ideal lor residential sites. Size 65x132. Price* from $350. Term*, one-
fifth caih. For those wishing a larger tract ol land there are a few two-acre blocki, and
also large watcrfiont lots.   Price lists from
JOHN ALEXANDER & Co.
121 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
AW
KEIYH RD., HOLLYBURN, WEST VANCOUVER
AND
I KEIYH
J.
Vi
»* tm iimKM, north Vancouver,> c.
fIBIIW
«.»
BUILDING?
A good Waterproofing for Canvas
PRICE 60 Cents per Gallon
Wavuloid Prepaired Roofing
Shield IJrand Tar und Building paper
Napoo Pure Paints and Ironite Vnrniblits     *
OUb, Hrualies, Dry Colors
Locks, Hinges, Supplies, elc
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
North Vancouver Hardware Store
104 ESPLANADE NEXT TO POST OFFICE
1      i .
Bread!   Breads
Union Made.   Home Industry.
Bigger Loaf*   Better   Bread.
Don't forget our latest Home Made l.oaf.
PIONEER  BAKERY
'Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave, Cor. Lonsdale & ftili St.
SEVENTEENTH STREET
Hall Block from LONSDALE AVENUE. Good
Lot facing South, $850.00, I -3 Caih, 6 and 12 months
An excellent buy.
D. L.'204
Close to WATERFRONT and BRIDGE LOCATION. Double Comer. Price $1250.00, 1-4 caih,
bal. 6, 12 and 16 months.   This is a Snap.
C. E. LAWSON & CO.
15 LONSDALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVEK
Phono 70--1'. 0, Hox 97
Parkdale Finest Alberta Butter 30c. lb.
May Flower, Spring Brook or Ayrshire Rose 3 lbs. $1.00
5 lbs. of good Tea       -       . . -      -       1.50
5 lbs. of better Tea 1.75
5 lbs. of the best Tea    -"...;..       2.00
AT
CLAVERIE & AHCAND
Comer First Street and St. George
1911
Hot Points
Wc shall lie glad lo show you
thc n)ii model.
A most important feature is
the price.
Two years' guarantee
We stand hy every Hot Point
sold liy us.
B. C. Electric Railway Co.
UiUTED
60 LONSDALE AVENUE
The Place Where Everybody Goes
Gem Theatre
FIRST ST. WEST,
WORTH VANCOUVER
mGood Picture*  Good Singing.
m::: ::: Good Music  ::: ;::
Programme changed Momdaj-,  Wednesday and  Friday.
Adults 10c ^m^C**" QaMmU
Metjneo ovory  SattiroV 3.30 (/.dock
■  ■. ■    '
i   ' 'mm
North Vancouver 8«f wWw
Corporation, limited
A liiitiiiniul inaliiiiliiin which giyw
prnmise ol being a credit tp   Nnrth
Viiinniiira Iiiih recoplly been orgenized
hy 11 lew ul our local business men ami
inveetors. The Norlli Vencouver Se-
curitles t'nrporation l.imitod was incorporated ma,Ice the Companies' Acl
on tlm '.iiil. a In \ 1)1 .April lasl, with an
iiiitltori/i'il eiipilal of WI.IIINI.
It is tlw intention ol the Company
tu conduct a gotioral loan and building business, together with tlto business ol a in. i Company in ull ile
bruncliea. Ninth Vuneouvir people
havo long fell lho wan) til a Company
which will Invest its capitul exclusively on ilu side »l lho Inlel und it tho
directors curry oul Iho progreaiive pul
icy outlined in lho prospectus ot the
Compuny in n vory short time reei-
dontn ol the Norlh .Shore will bo able
lo obtain money on lirst mortgage security ami those who .1  to   awn
their own homes ih North Vancouver
cun buy a hotiao in u desirable dislrict on very eusy terma, it. iwing thc
intention ol lho t'ompuny in selling
their houaett to muleo terma lo suit the
individual. The Company will optn a
Savings Hunk department and will endeavor tu work tin a general trust
buainoaa and look ulter the invest-
iin hi    of their clients.
While there is no doubt that the
people of Ninth Vancouver will bone-
tit by tho advantages ol having a financial institution ol this sort, tbe Directors hopo thut very good returns
will bo mude lor the shareholders ol
lho Coiiipuiiy on lite money invested.
A ciiiii.i.l.'nilili' a.ii,...nn ol atock ol the
Compuny is held by bnaincaa meu nnd
residents oi lliiu eity and tho directorate is composed entirely ol local men
mosl oi whom aro well versed in locul
Conditions. The iirul directors ur' :
Kdwurd .1. Hiitigman, lohn Hull, K.
,1. H. Curdinull, I,. Wutla Doney, William .1. Irwin, uf Irwin k Hillintis
Company Limited, fhurlca li. l.uwson.
Thulium Heliwi'ti, Thomua S. Nye and
Alfred Hull. Ur. Iloncy is chairmun of
the Board mid Mr. .lohn Hull is man-
aging director.
The direct urs are now offering a lim-
iled number ul shurcs, euch ol the
a .'Han, ai value ui $10, tu the public
ul pur, payable ua lollows: $1.1)0 on
application, el.Iin on allotment, MM
three munlhs after allotment, t'l.htl
si.v in..mil., uficr allotment nnd UM
niiie months after allotment.
I'rospcctuBos nnd upplieuliuu lonns
muy be hud troni lho Cujnpuuy'.
Hunkers, The Hunk of llritish North
America nl Nurth Vancouver und ul
the registered ollice of ihe Company,
number 15, l.unsHule Avenue.
The directors huve not yet decided
llnully what pix'iniacs the new Company will occupy bularrangement* aro
tinder way lu obtain one ul Ihe heal
business sites un Lonsdale Avenue.
lllMJijIKATION
During lho puxt ten years Cunudu
hua received nearly two million iinnti
grants ul whom approximately 750,-
ism were frum limit Itriliiln uud'OU,.
000 were Irom the tinted States. 'Ihe
immigration bullelin jutd issued jives
the actual Inures up lu the end ul thu
liscul yeur, Mureli 31, us 1,714,1)26 lut
the deeude. Since then nearly '200,1.00
mure huve arrived, divided about
|ually between llritish uud Aincriai i.
According lu occupation, about fifi
per coul. of the immigrants bom li.o
United Slates urv lurmers or funn lu-
burets whu fur Ihe most purl huvo
settles! in ihe prairie provinces. ' Iiii
ty-eight pel' cent, uf the tolul mini-
liei Irum across the line made entry
for"liolite'slcuds in Ihe wesl. About
thirty per cell I. of the Ilriliah und eon-
lineiitul ininnl. were lurmers ur fui'tii
I..la..a. while twenty-five per cent
were e'luased us geiu'iul laborers und
nearly tlto suine jieiccnluge .were t'luas-
e»i    Ua    Illa a lljala.l .a , | | all 1. v        1)1      110'
Mined has lulalled only u little ovor
lour hundred, while h,'20H llindua huvo
come. (II the iliilish immigrants, ap-
prusimulelj 66Qflt)t) huvo lioen il'g-
lish und Welsh, Io0,000 huvo been
Sculcli und aboul li'i.iiiiu liuvc keen
Irish. The figures (or ulher nuliunal-
ilii-. huve included the following :
Aualriu liunguriuna, I'-'l.uim. lini
iuu, 63,817 f Helirow, 18,676; Huasiu,
3»,mi; Swede., ID'HO- licrinniia, IV-
Ith ; French, Ili.'afUi | Norwegian, H,
7118; Syrians, hM'l.
The  ill lul,iiliuiis ol the immigrants
by provinces gives n good idea ol
thoir reiapeclive popululiou growth :
Suskutt'liuwun uud Alborlu gut a little over bull a million immigrants during tho decade, tlntario came next
wilb < I0.I..W ; Munil olio gut '109,623 ;
Quebec, ViWlO . Hrilisb Columbia and
the Yukon, Iw.o'JO. and tho Man-
linie provinces only 73,WH , ,        (
Western Cansdu, Iherelorc, got' some
300,000 more now settlors iban eastern  Cilliuilll.
I'KACK
BIVKR   WSTHKT
HAVT'I BAILWAY
MAY
That a new railway is shortly to be
cjoiiasjructed In tho wesl .connecting lho
1'eace Biver distriot with Hrilisb CoJ-
umbio, is the statement made by Mr-
Lloyd J once, munuger ol the fiorpot'
alion Agencies, Limited, pi Montreal.
French capital hits become Interested
in this district, and tbey have sept
over some men who looked over -the
district end decided tbat it could bo
oponod up by a railway to the coast,
What is to bo lho British Colombia
terminal has not boon decided as yet,
but the railway is oxpcclod to sturt
from limine, jn lho I'caco Biver district. It will cost, Hr. .limes says,
160,000,000,. but will muke the I'ouco
Biver district ol great valuo, for il
will give easy acoess lo the coast,
Irom which place produce grown may
bo aihlppi'd to Cui'iipe via the i'unaniu
Cuiiul. s
■MH
ERINDALE. D. L. 622
Between proposed
«dNORTH
WOWS BRIDGE
M Keith Roii
FIFTY FOOT LOTS. $330 %%£
CRAPED BQAP TO EVERY LOT
Water-and tolephone service is being put inlo district now and
route has boerf surveyed for e,u line.
*
D.MacLURG
340 PENDER STREET      VANCOUVER, B. C,
Mahon, McFarland & Proctor, Ltd.
..''".        *
NEW CAPILANO CAR LINE
50 ft. lots at terminus in D.L. 601 & 607
52 foot lots in Block 27, D. L. 599
Phone 6286  -   -  543 Pender Street; Vancouver
North Lonsdale Homesite
464 ft. frontage on three streets, including Nye and King Streets,
which are about to be macadamized. This property (is close to
Lonsdale Ave. and has, a magnificent view. It is an excellent investment in whatever way you look at it. Price only $2500, caih $900,
MARTINSONlfc CO.
P. O. Box 72
Phone 173
62 Lonsdale Avenue
North Vancouver
North Vancouver City
CLEARED LOTS 50 ft. x 147 ft.
In BLOCKS 15, 15a, 16 and 16a. D.L. 550.
— i  ii i =
PRICES: $750 to $1000 according to location.
TERMS: 1-4 Cash, Bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.
i
.
ACREAGE in District LoU 546 and 550
In Blocks of from One to Four or more acres.
PRICES: from $2000/   $3250 per acre
•   TERMS: 1-4 Cash, Balte^J 8 & 24 months
The Grand Boulevard extends through this property
FOR PL/VNS, PRICE UST AND PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
The North Vancouver Land and
«npany,!St
643 PENDER ST. E_l2S VANCOUVER, ft C row
mammmnmmmmmwmmmwm*
THE  EXPRESS
THE mnm, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C,
NoWH. Vitwcpuvi?*
B.C.
Pltbllsllgd'TllBsdiys »no! Fridays by
North Siidri: Press, Liuit»R
BUSS Of SUBSCRIPTION
One yesr, 11,Oil Six months, bOc. Tbici inoiiibi., :V
. United States and Foreign, |1.M per year
Advertising Bates will be quoted on application.
Tbt Express ie devoted to Ibe Intereets of thu north Sbore ol Bnrrard Inlel
eicltiiively. It constitutes all advertising medium nl exceptional value (pr
revelling ii, a thorough and effective manner the population ol North Vancouver
Oily end District, every effort is matte lo give advertisers the most satisfactory
•ervlce.
All change* in contract advertisements should 1st in the primers' hands nol
laUir then lDa.ni.  Mnmlnv and 5 p.m. Wednesday to unsure insertion in the
billowing lasue.
■W-1 ■ ■ • : ■—	
\
North Vancouver,   B. C.
|ume 13'1911
A  CIVIC  HIMHIltATION   UKI'.M.I'-
MENT
t"    The   a-.lea.,    to   whicli llriii.dli   (ill
lllllllill   is   attracting   (III'   II11 <<M I Illll    1)1
tbs great tide ol Immigration which i-i
tbia season Ihivving into Canada muy
he gauged to mime tlegree by the remark ol a cltlien of North Vancouver,
who stated in conversation with tltc
editor of the Express that lour thou-
siiiiil people left bia native city in one
shipment recently of uln.ni lully
nineteen hundred came to Vancouver.
II this incident ia lo he accepted us
an index In the situation relative lo
the iniliiv of population which may
lw expected this season, it provides
loot! for very serious reflection upon
the part of all who huve the beat internals ol the lower mainland antl of
the province at heart,
The community nl '"tge cannot
adore* to bu indifferent to the welfare
ol tha iiieinli.i... ol this great multitude
which ia flowing within our gates and
ilia- ipic.aii.iu nntst preas ilaell l>ome
upon the thought of every serious
minded   citizen   "What ure all    these
people   tu  til)  lor  a   livelihood ?     How
art, tbey to Iai provided lor wilh »,.T
licii'nt ratadiiieaa V" The (act cuMlai'i
lie evaded that tt large proportion ol
them are coming aa the result of the
wide and energetic campaign of publicity which baa been carried on liv
lbs province and by Vancouver anil
other cities of British Columbia, and
it is, therefore, lair to expect that
their incoming will not lie met with indifference in those apiaitcrs through
whicli their coming bar liecn encouraged. Su lar aa we aire uimh, the cities uf this province have as yet made
nu j,1 ■,'.i.-i.an for the assistance0! immigrants in the mutter ol procuring
suitable lodging ut reasonable rales
ur in thi' mallet ol procuring employment upon their arrival or in other
respects mri in thia regard they, lull
lar behind iho cities ol lite prairie
pi.au.... • Many oi ila" . who are
arriving are parents with lamilits with
whom il is imperative that living
.(uin 1 os be proiureal promptly and
ulso that employment ol some sort lie
foi throwing before >hu comparatively imall amount ol lunds ut their disposal is exhanated. Even thou, who
bave not lamilies dc|>ciiilcnl upou I hem
are probably not provided, witli suffi-
cienl ...a[ilu- money to aupporl them
in idlenusa lot any length of time,
e\e,i did the) so desire, antl it ia
greatly conducive to the welfare ol the
c.iiiiiniinily that tiny lie placed aa
coon aa isispilile ut some useful cm-
ijiloyvseut.        W
The class ol immigrant indicate! in
Ihe observation ol the cili/on whom
we bave quoted above is just t lie sort
which any community would desire to
receive. They are all industrious and
willing lo work and under normal
conditions will soon develop into excellent citizens. I tuler present conditions however, Ihoy ure left to arrive
in a cily in which Ihey are prolayably
total strangers and to cvre lor (hem
selves as licet they can. When the
very large numbers in which these new
arrivals me landing is considered, it
is quite evident tbat tlie conditions
an bid rigbt (0 place (hem in a po-
eiUon ol very great disadvantage and
to render them liable to trying experi
sees* ot a most discouraging character from the fir* hour of llieir arrival.-
tba eelatAiabmapl by Vancoajver (il
ir* easy be pertalUM to suggest; of a
sivic ImBeayateei 4epkrimeot wilb
tWstqUsrlaers ao located as tu be read-
1
ilj lound by new arrivals who might-
wish lo avnil Ihomeelvra ol its rem-
ccs, could be made ol incalculable
benefit ia lho present situation. One
ul the mosl luanelicinl featitrt's of such
a depart mil* miglit lie a free employ
metil bureau si which employers miglil
apply and nl which those seeking oiti-
ploymeiil might be regislci'oil, wilh
parliciilars ns to their Irnde, etc.
There is no .lour' that when white
Lilian is coming inlo lite market in
such large quantities, there are many
employers who would lie willing to
dispense with Oriental tabor and to
use while labor Instead, provided ihi
mutter weie ihrcrlnl through some reliable channel upon which employers
una In safely depend for liicpi'aiiupt supply ol llieir minis. The recent ly uelab-
Unheal Bureau of Informal int In Ihis
city has already receiveil many expression* of appreciation from employers
of labor liceaiisi' of the fuel Ibal a Iree
employment bureau will he mu Intalncd
in connection therewith and time ii
certainly 11 much wider spheru of usefulness for such un instiiiil on on Ihe
south shull' thut) on the norlh shore
of the Inlet.
Not alone in the particulars noted,
liul in innumerable oilier way* a civic
department ol immigration might Impart information, give advice aid lender assistance lo incoming population
such as would protect I hem from many'
mistakes aud iljlliciilliee and would
likewise greatly facilitate llieir iffoits
lo gain 11 foothold anil to establish
themselves in their new home. Such
a department would render1 signal service to the community hy evolving
mid applying methods vv|ici.,|iy the
cily would lw enabled lo absorb these
large number* ol new citizen* wiih ihe
minimum ol hardship or of inconveni
once, thus safeguarding the peace and
Ihe prosperity ol all classes and re
duclng to the lowest possible ebb, the
dangers lo the individual and lo the
community which ere inseparable from
the presenile in any oily ol large 1111111
bai - of unemployed who a<ek in vain
lor some honest means ol livelihood.
THEOHpi'HICAf, WOVm
The Theosopbioa! Snolely moot* in
North Ven0<>uv.er in Room I, 67 l.nn?
dale Avenue (mliauco n xt to Welcome Parian).every ffid.ncsdsy ovming
at 8 o'clook. "Attendance i* entirely
Iree and carries no obligation* *'hui-
eyer. You are ifcvitid. Tboosoph'enl
study and questions.
HENRY B;' WATSON
Architect
Booms 10 and 11, fender Chamber*,
GM l'ender Street W.       I'hone 061
and I.opsdule Ave,, North VonOuUver
Hasaidence,  cor.  Lunsdalk Ave   lad
Wnd street, North Vancuuver,
Phone   198
"    ■
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co*
Dealers in Coal, Brick,
Sand,   Gravel,   Lime,
Cement   and   General
Builders' Supplies.'
All   Orders   Promptly
Filled and Satisfaction
Guaranted.    Prices on
Application.
Office: Lonsdale, near City Wharf
Warehouse:       Forman'i Wharf
JAY & CO.
BUILDERS
Plana prepared and Estimates givon.
Ollice:  1107 Dominion Trust llldg.
Vancouver.
Phone 3197
llosidsnce, l.l'.1 Eighth Ave. E.
North Vancouver.
is:
Cheapest Buy in North Vancouver
Beautiful Cleared Lot on 18th Street,
only one - and - a - half blocks eait of
Lonsdale Avenue    .      *    $600 cash
ELDER MURRAY CO.
17 Lonsdale Avenue t • Phone 37
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd.
(LONDON, ENGLAND)
assets: $94,900,000
Sole Agent
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC.      18 LONSDALE AVENUE
Agrtemcnti and Contracts drawn
ot avary daicription
Phone 157
General
Conveyancing
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
FOB 8AT,E
-(■room house on
C'hes-
tertield Ave.
New,
ill modern.
1'riee
13,900,  Eosy
terms
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
TELEPHONE 8q. P. O. BOX 114
CANADA TO ENG
iHfettJ
By Arthur J. Stringer.
[ArUiur J. Stringer, the widely-
known novelist, jioel aud short story
writer, wss formerly a journalist and
bails Irom near Iaondon. He I* author
of "Watchers ol Twilight," "Pauline,"
"Epigrams, "The Casual Offender,"
and other volumes.]
Sang one of Kngland in his island
home: \
"llet veins are million,  but her
heart ...  ",
And looked rtont out hi* wave-bound
homeland Isle
To ut who dwell beyond IU western
•un.
And we among the uorthlend plain*
and lake*,
We youthful dweller* on t younger
land,
Turn eattward to tbe wide Atlantic
wests,
And leel tlie clasp of England'* out-
stri'ielied band.
For we are tbey who wandered lor
from liome
To awell the glory of an ancient
name,
Who journeyed seaward on on eiile
long,
When fortune's twilight to our island came.
But every keel that cleaves Uie midway waste
Binds with a silent thread our sea
cleft strands;
Till ocean dwindle* and the eea-w*ste
shrinks.
And Englsnd mingle* witb a hundred land*.
And weaving silently all ler-otf shorei
A  tliousand  singing  wiree stretch
round Uie esrth,
Or sleep still vocal Ip Unit ocean
depths.
Till all lands die to make one glorious blrUi.
80 ve remote competrlot* reply.
And (eel Uie world-task only ball
begun:
"We are th* girder* of tlm *«elog
earth,
Whose vein* are million, but whose
NEW YORK CAFE
Near post Ollice
K.SI'I.ANADI WKST
First class meals, Vie, commutation
ticket, 'J| nuals, HI. Regular room nud
board Vi and up.
LOW SEA, Proprietor
Breakfast   ti to   10.15;  dinner 11    to
IM ; Hupiwr 6 to f.3n.  Open all day
LADY WAITUESSES
COAST UlSTItirr. ItAkOE 1
OUR NEW OFFICE
Bank of Hamilton Building
We with to notify the general public
that we now occupy the front office* on
the first floor in the new BANK OF
HAMILTON BUILDING, corner of
Fir*t  Street and  Lonadale Avenue.
DOUBLE CORNER, FIRST AND CHESTERFIELD
You can well afford the lime to investigate this
Business Property at the present price, $17,000,
easy payment and terms arranged.
M-L
' If you'
wsnitbs
palm ibal'
' spreads latstisO
covsrs ibe moit'
' surface and stands ell'
' Undaofwuiandweather, ,
ibe dealer to givs you
(MAPLE l.lAfl
PURE PAINTS
, Wbetsvsr it la that nsede
painting, Iniidaot outside j
tbs bouse, you'll And
, Ml. Pars faint* ,
Uw meet ece-
lOemlcslyou,
can buy.
\t>viiirij
' Dicorate^
'your wells la 1
' th* up-to-date,
r**aJt*ry,erll*licw*y ■
' -using stencil deiigni,1
If you like, bul *urely with,
Mf (MAPLE LEAF)
-LfU» Wall Color.
a ladlyapplied, ov«rwell-peper, £
i a, burlap, pt aa  planer.
k W*ebat>l*,durable,ecoa
Lnomic*l.   Ktludfl.
\ Hade by Imperial J
\y«ral*b«Ce)«ri
w|»., Ut.,
k Toronto,
TAKK NOTICE th,,t the Vancouver
Timber k Truding Company, Limited,
intends lo apply for permission to
piiichnae the fol'o.v.ty ibs ri<ol (nidi:
Commencing at u post plan lol at tho
Northwest corner ol Lot Tain,'ihence
running south 10 chuina, ih.n c west
80 chain*, .thence nortli 28.(19 jhainslS>L
Itllilacu.i'iisl (*T chuina, thine sot'thl , \
8.09 ah a aa   in place ol loiiiiiieiiccin.'nt.
VANCOUVER TIMBER k illAli-
IMI CO. LTD.,
,     W. B. VAIIIIIAN, Agent.
Dated April i'lib. Illll, l'i-7
Canadian Financiers. Limited
Hank ol Hamilton Building (W Lonsdale Ave.) E. EBBAGE,
Phone  215 '''"a1 Munuger.
Double Corner, 20th and St. George, $2000
Double Corner, 16th and Mahon - $2500
Double Corner, 2lit and Mahon     - $1875
=2 THESE ARE ALL GOOD =====
THE NORTH VANCOUVER TRUST
CO, LTD.
Heal   Estate uud   Financial  Agents.
Agreements nl Sale discounted.
219 Lonsdale Avenue Telephone^
PALACE HOTEL
Kaiis:   $i.oo   per   and   up.
antl   to regular   boarders.   •
Special rates to lamilies
finest Roof Garden on Pacific Coaat
REDA&.ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
SuttlNI) Smut.
NORTH  VANCtfUVEK. 13. C.
FRUIT    PRODUCE
CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, Etc.
WHOLKALE ONLY
PETERS & DOYLE
120 Second Street Eait. Telephone 206
Convenience to Nojth Vancouver Mefchinti
Uuy Ip Your Own Town. font Orders Sotcitad
Photo 10
I'UIILHI  SEBVI0E ACT
The .piiit.iviiiji exuiitiuations lor
i la a a. I . i.i- Clerks, .lunior Clerka and
aStenogiuphers will bu held ut the lol
lowing places, coniiiien. ing on Hbn-
day, the 3rd duly nexl : Arntatrung,
Cliilliwack, Ctimlicrlund, Oolden,
lliantl Folks, Kutnloo|is, Kaalo, Kol-
owna, J ... I \ -1 a 11111, Nuiiiiiniii, Nelaou,
New He imai, ai, a, tyoi'lb Vancouver,
i'cuchlaiid, 11- vel..lol.•, Kosslaud, Salmon Ann, aiuiniuerlaiid, Vancouver,
Vernon und Victoria.
Candidate, muat be llrillsh subjecls
between the agon ol 'il ami 36, if lor
Third-class Clerka ; and between Iii and
'il, if for Junior Clerka or .Slonogru-
phers.
Applications will nol be iiccoptod ii
recoiv&i later thuii the loth of,lune
next. k
Further Information, togetber with
application forma, may be obluinod
from the iinderaigueil.
P. WALKER,
lie. i ii.,i, l'uljlic .Service.
Victoria. II. C, 'i7lh April, 11)11.15-6
COAST DtSTIUOT, IIANGE 1
TAKH'MlTH'l''. Ibat W. I). V.iuuh-
an, .Siipcrinluinl.til, inlcuds to apply
lor pcrmiiasion lo pucchase the following described Inn la : Commencing ut a
poat planted HO chains wul ol the
Norllieasi coiner ol lol ~i2'i, ibeticc'iil
eh.'iiiH weat, ilu'iiee '.'-an1.) chainsttoitb
Ihence 'ill chuina eusl, Ih.nce J-.n:.
chains Soitlh to pluco ol Ciiaimcrre-
lusnt.
W. B. VAKJIIAN.
Baled April JOlli. 1911, • 12-7
WE COULD
Paper the World
V
Irom our slock of nuw Wall l'apera
so it secma. Every duy some new
design arrives lo Iiil Ilic vacancy
ol those closed oul.
Handsonye Wall Papen
ale here in endleas variety. Juat
tell our salesman lor whul room
you wont the paper and he will
show you just Ihe pattern you ero
looking for.
To  chooso from our slock is e pleasure, to pay our price Is easy.
W. H. STONEY & CO.
117 l.oiisdnh' Avenue
I'hone II'J
N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
Telephone 276
127 LONSDALE AVE.
NORTH VaAKCOUjyEJt
i
Excellent Reiidence Loti
In Lynn Valley
HEW SHIISllHVKW on Jfr,.mm°KPa4
near Irani  line.    Block 1,  0.1.
Um, lots' «l)xlR3, price* irom tJ-Vl
up. One-lillli cu;it, hnlnnce to ar-
, range,
LA IK! li LOTH on Hoskin* lioud fix.
176, cloao lo tramway. Only  tObll,
payable oncliltli caih, bulniieo  toi
arrange.
LAl.(iri  COHNlilt I.0T-('eulre lioal
and 10th stroot IOS.rixl57 ft.
in.a in 'Ihiiioiighfare. 1'tice only 11,4
111)11 lor iminuliate tale, Ttrnis 4W.rill I
caah, balance to utrunie.
IN NOlt'UI LON.SIIAI.E-Two lots On
Nye street ii.ur publio school—
partly cleared and small shack.
Price only ttTiHIl for inimidinte sale,
filMI eush, balance to arrange.
Alexander Philip        \t
HV.M, EaSTATE B110KEU
Club Illock, I   |il n.ido,
Norlh Vancouvor. THE SKPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, fi
TO
Coronation Items
Interesting N«W» Concerning
June 22nd, 1911
AN EABlaV WISES
lilng flcorge Is Hard Worker—Busy
lor  I'oi'iiiiatlon.
King Oeorge Is an early riser .ami
I'a hard worker, especially during ll|e
duys preceding Itla (loruuatlon. After
a brief walk In the grounds nt Buckingham l'uluce, -lie sets to work upon
the business ol the day, so Unit hy
the time Ills private Bccreturles arrive
he hus many mutter* ready fur their
attention. The King bus chosen us
his work-room u largu and ttlry upurl-
ment on the garden framing the Palace, whore he cat) gain charming
vlows of the extensive grounds. Ills
Majesty has now i ngairement* ol one
peajcrlpllon or another for every duy
until well un into July, nnd It will be
a matter of the greatest difficulty to
crowd uny further appointment* In.
kobfs at Avimoir
TIiiim- ot Oeorge IV. Wen: tinco BOM
at I'IiIIHiin' Kuiiiiis
It is a fuct. generally forgotten, that
the Coronation robes pf George IV.,
which, It Ims been suggested, hie Majesty King Oeorge V. may wear at the
coming ceremony, were once sold at
auction. With other official coatumee
of Oeorge IV. thuy were "put up" ut
Phillips' auction rooms In Bond ttrsel
In 1811.
Thu in.ic.niiia'i iii Coronation mantle
of purple velvet wa* sold us "Lot tt"
for a paltry 1276. though It was probably worth It,600 at least. Another
splendid crlmiun velvet Coronation
iiinntle. which, according to the auctioneer, cost |!.600, brought on ths
sumc occasion 1236.
Other Items on Ihe catalogue were
"thc Coronation ruff of superb Mechlin" uml the Coronation coat, waistcoat, and trunk hose.
And  these sumptuutts vestments	
or moat of thorn—-passed Into th*
liaiii'ln of Miiilamo Ths.™ii,i, though It
Is extremely dnulitfiil If they were ever
tillo '.'dl to grace a wax figure.
A "Coronation" Knglne.
To mark the complellun of the
t,000th eiiKlne constructed al the
l.ondun and iS'orlh-Wcitern Crewe
works, a leviathan locomotive ia being built, lo he christened "Coronation." It Is to coat over 120,000 to
build, und Ils horse power will bs
sbout 1,300. It Is expected thst the
engine will he reudy In June, and will
be uaed for Iho train by which th*
King and Queen are lo truvel by the
West Coast route on their visit le
Wale*.
Pictorial Itciire.-eiilailiiu.
In view uf the accsptanoe ol two
new'iilatut Ind paalntliiK'a lor Ihe Royal
Exchange, the suggestion Is again
furthcoming that e few of the vacant
panel... mlgnl he devoted lo pictorial
roprcaeiitullons of eplsodss In the
rcigna of King Kilward mid King
Oeorge V. King Edward paid several
visits to the city which could bs commemorated In this wsy, while the
Royul progress of King Qsoraje ait hii
Coronation would obviously provide a
titling aubjret
PRINCE HENRY
Bern March II, 1*00.
IJKIIAIN'S NAVAL ARRAY
Kin Hi'ili'U ol Dreadnoughts and of
Jtniile laip Cruisers.
A iiavul pageant of especially Imposing character will be Ibe big Coro-
n.iiion review, The Home and Aliunde Heel., with their utteiiilutil cruiser
suuudrons. will likely conatltutc the
principal porllun of the naval forcee
seeembled, which will thu* comprise
a buttle    sipiudron    of Drci..li ;lm
uml I'liiil. .lilt" crullers of the Invincible type, wllh the aNeptune ae the
principal nugshlp. This vessel Is now
absent from llrillsh watcra. currying
out an inip.'ii'i'i scries of gunnery
tii.aid. but will soon return lo hoist
thc pennant uiul Hug of Ibe new
Coinmonder-ln-i'hlef of the Home
Fleet.
With regard to the Illumination of
the Heel. It muy be recalled thut thia
wus one of Ibe must rcinurkul.lc features of the ii'tuiallc dlaplay ul the
lasl ei.ioiu'il.oi. when every ship wae
traced In l.illllunl lines uf electric,
light, and Ihe uae of Ihe fleet's searchlights proved most picturesque, 'iho
piny of beams of light upon cmiplng
Ila dill    HI.lata     111.'   *,,!.,'   1,10'    ol    flllllHkO
delicacy, and lho uae of culored slide*
clinngliig In ihylhmlc fashions aa Ihe
incccwalve signals came from Ihe
llngfhlp, cnbtinced the beouty of ths
picture. Another picture that appealed' to thc Imagination of that occasion
wul the nrlng of u snlulc by the fleet
on thc stroke of midnight when all
Ibe searchlights of Ibe fleet roncen-
titled their beams lo a focus above
the royal yacht und throw her Into
hold relief ngaliisl the night, llll she
looked like a sparkling gem surrounded by n halo The siiggesllon 1*
now being considered Ihul Oils' very
effective spectacle be repealed, nnd
Meed, there Is reason I" baffiee dial
moat of Ibe essential features of Ibe
IJ02 review will shim) unchanged,
though, of courac, the clsss of ship*
mustered for the royal Inspection will
ibow a remarkable change In naval
architecture ond strength, thc Dreadnoughts bavins come Inlo vogue sine*
UM pWOftM* Vmalaa.
ROUItSjmiOVH)
Coronation Boy Procession WUI Tako
l'laco as Mapped Out
Tbe processional routes In Juno
have been approved by the King. The
Curiinutluii pay route will be from
Buckingham l'uluce by wuy of:
The Mall,
Bt, Jamus' Park,
Horse Quards' or Admiralty Arch.
Whitehall.
Parliament street.
St.  Murgaret's Itreet,
Broad Sanctuary,
West Entrance Westminster Abbey.
. The rturn will be way of:
Bread Sanctuary,
Bt. Murgaret's street,
Parliament atreet,
Whitehall,
Charing Croas.
Cockspur itreet,
fall Mall,
St.. James' street,
Plceadllly,
Hyds Pgrk Corner,
Constitution HII),
Buckingham Palace.
Precedent will bo followed vcrj
largely In the matter of the Royal
procession through London on the day
after the Coronation. Tho route, several m'les In length, has been mapped
out as follows:
From Buckingham Palace by way
Ot:
Constitution Hill,
Piccadilly,
St. James' slreot,
Pall Mall,
fall Mull East,
Trafalgur square , north eldc,
Duncunno. street,        „
Strand,
Fleet street,
laudgute Illll,
Bt. Paul's Churchyard,
Cannon   street,
Qi.ccn Victoria street,
Mansion House,
King William street,
Lotion Bridge,
Borough High street,
Borough road,
Westminster Bridge road,
Westminster Bridge,
St. Margurot's street,
I'm ll.'no ni street,
Whitehall,
Horse Ouards' or Admlrulty Arch.
The Mall,
Bucklnghum Poluce.
ir the general scbume of 1*02 Is
followed there will lie about twelve ur
fourteen carriages, flic atreeta will bs
HneuVby pullcu und troops und a Sovereign's escort will ride In Ihe cavalcade. At Temple Bar thaelr Hulcu-
tles will holt, ond the Lord Muyor Sir
Vesey Strong, wHI preaent the City
Sword.
MLMLIVilmMtaMUmLML fftmw ML ML I ILM
tw\\m
Mil*
ML
ML
ML
ML
ML
ML
Ml
ML
ML
ML
ML
ML
ML
ML
ML
CORONATION RENTS
Exorbitant    Price*    Bolng    Asked—
What Kcaln Brought In Old
Days,
Extraordinary sums arc being uuke.1
for (he rents of West-end lints und
houses for tlia; fortlmomlng Coronation season, and ns an Indication of
the high prices Ukely lo ho obtained
for good views of Hi',' pro.-, salon, the
occupier of a house In St. James
Slroet bus let It to a wealthy American, who bus coolrai.'O'd lo pay 16,000
for tho tiny.
Ton iii.ni uud io twenty-five thous-
uml dollari are being oelted for the
season for houses round about Urns
venor b\|iiuro. In Betgravla the prices
range from n.r.uu lo f6,000. und
16.600 fur tbe lurger bouses, while In
the Hyde Park district, Including
Bayswater uml Kciwlugiou, the rentj
are anything from |2,6oo iu $3,000,
and similar routs arp being asked fur
Hats.
In thc opinion of one well-known
agent, these prices uiv ultogolher too
excessive, and Instead of gooil business being dune (here Is the llkx'llbood
of a slump In hoiiaie-lottJng. unless
Ihcre Is moderation lu Ihe rent* asked. ''Fancy rents," he said, "will
keep prospective teu.-.nls to hotels, or
keep (bom out of London ultogetHaK.
And 1 might mention thul the supply
ol bouses to be Icl exceed* the do-
mum!."
Referring to Ci,i\inullone of Ihe
past, It I* Inlereatbig to now thut
whereas seats und Mioins ut true Coronation of Queen via i.oi., and King
Edward brought uoylltlng from 11'flO
to 12,600, In tho vary curly duys seuts
could he ha.I for as low us a fnrOilng.
The eurlieat nciirded price puhl for
Coronation suau was In tbo roign of
Edward I. uliaao a few citruvugunt
sightseers arc reported to hiuvc spent a
"11"- ti coin ooulvelont lo hulf a
furlhlng or u quarter of u. cant—for a
good place from which tu view Ihe
pageant.
At Ihr Coronation of EiTwurd II.
a seut c-jst u liulfpoiiuy: ltlohurd III.,
a penny; Henry v., twupcltcoa; and tn
Henry 'vi 's reign the frequency of
Coronations aimed them to pull on
the public tuibc, with the result Ihut
thc price went down to a hulafpcnny.
It roa* eg.alia with Edwurd IV. lo twopence.! whlcb wss the standard price
until Henry VII.. when II wus u whole
grout. Al Queen FJIstubcth's Corona-
ll,,n Ihe ,-liurge wus u tester, or sixpence; at Jumes I.'s a shilling: and
was advanced to half a crown at tho
Coronation of Charles II. und Junius
li At thul of King William und Mui-y
li wus a crown, ond at Oeorge 11.'a
a trulneo, Incrvuslng slightly with each
nsvccsslw redgn until tba* of Oeorge
IV.
Here'* Your Paint!
Whatever yow job of
painting-wftettw you
do it yourself, or have a
painter do it-be sure of
a QOOD job, soonest
done, best looking, longest service, by getting
PURE
PAINTS
All ready for uie. Simply choose thi
right color from tht forty-ieven ihidci in which
ML paint* are made—tike off thi cover, itir ■
bit md atart to work.   You'll find M-L Pun Piinfi
spread easier, cover more suffice, give a imoother,
glosiier finish thin iny other paint you could buy.
Uie M-L Paint and Yon Won't
Have to Paint to Often
Other paint* won fide, blliter ind flake off because other maker* haven't yet found out, ll we
hive, how to mix I iptciil ingredient with other
pure materials to make in elaitic, durable piint
thlt itindl extreme* of wear ind weather, ind
keeps iti luitre for the longeit time.
Decorate tbs wslls snd ceiling, wllh M-L „.,.. u ., „,__ u, ___ „.,-,... •
FLAT WALL COLORS.   Mors econom- Ulit a *' W_ •" "*" P*ta,to«
leal, more artistic, moreeanltary than waU- P^P0** *t ""perial Vsrnish * Color
p.pcr.   Easily applied and very durable. Cs, Umlud, Toronto
Washable, too.   16 ihadta.   Try tbem. TII
Mi
III
Ml
WI
m
M
M
M
M
M
M
Ml
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML ML M
liecoinnieiiiliil and- aold by
BUELL BROS., Masonic Temple Building, Lonsdale Avenue
power or energy in *ny form iprl to
rlispoao ol tne *urplu* there'I, int) io
collect rates and charges tlnrolq.'.
It js inleqded that the worlta ..I Ibe
laid Company shull be dpclurid lo bo
tor Ibe general adynutugo of t'liuulu.
W. JJ. UNULEY,
Victoria, B. 0.
Solicitor for the Applicants.
Dated at Victoria this 3!)lh day ot
"I
1
TAKK NOTICE Ihat the Council ol
tbe Corporation ol the City of Noitlt
Vancouver inloiids lo curry out its n
work ol local improvement the coit'
llruction ol e annilury sewer in the
alley weat ol lonsdule Avenue Irom
the wnii'ilimit to Sixth street under
subsection (33) seclion Viti ol the Municipal Clauses Acl and intends lo as-
eess tho linul cost thereof upon the
.real properly fronting or iibullin.;
thereon, and to be lienefittcd tbeicby,
and that a statement showing the
lands liable to puy Ihe unit! nasiss-
iiieni and the nutiies ol llie owners
thereol, so Isr ua can be nsccrtuincd
Irom tho last revised Assessment roll
ia now on Hie in Ihe ollice of the clerk
of. the Municipality uml is open (or
inspection during office hotira.
The estimated cost ol the work is
116,660, ol which 13,660 iir lo bo provided out ol Ilic general funds of thu.
Municipality.
THOMAS SHEI'HEBp,     •
City Clerk.
North Vancouvor, B. C,
.lune 13th, 1911. 33-6
North Vancouver Business Card
s
ARCHITECTS
CONFECTIONERY
A. S. W. Mackay     J. M. Mtclny
A    M.lia.l   I   F
Architecls und Civil !■ n -in. ,-i n
Bulla,urKci Block
NOBTH VANCOUVEK
The Palm Confectionery
Stationery, I'unfeciioiieiy, Ico Cream,
Soft Drinks, Fountain Drinks, Tobacco
Light l.unclic. Fruit
B. C. DUCOMMUN it SON
Lonsdale and bib I'bone 818
A CAMPBELL HOPE
C. A. CAI„
ABCHITECT
CM lluilinga .Street Weat, Vancouver,
It. C. I'hone 6916
Residence: Tireniuii Block 3ti6 1st St.
East, North  Vancouver, l'boni.' HI 13
MILLIARDS ANI) l'OOI,
PLAY POOL
AT HAMMOND'S
FIRST WEST
Finest tables und cues in the Cily
BLACKSMITHS
R. H. TARN
Pioneer Horaeahncr — Curriauc Worki
WKST STREET WEST (t IflNSDAI-E
HOOKS ANI) .STATIONERY
THE LWNARD-SALE CO.
Booksellers and Stationers
Cor. ! I ali' und 1st.        I'bone l I.i
NOBTH VANCOIiVEK
BARBERS
BAILEY'S
Barber Shop and Batlt*
Kichl up-to-date in every particular,
Tiy ui uud be convinced.
ii .   . P-aaaWHal
CONTRACTORS
Tho New Block on  Lonsdule Avt one
near Ibo Ferry  Approach
was built by
SMITH BROTHERS
General Contractors
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
WM. MORRIS
PRACTICAL FIREPLACE
ANI) CHIMNEY BUILDER
Pressed Brick Mantles u Specialty.      Phone I,ii2
CIVIL ENGINEERS
PHOTOGRAPHERS
CARBUTT
Studio  ovsr  Bonk   B. N. A.
Lonsdale end Esplanads
SAWFILERS
DONALD DOWIE
Saw Filer and (irindor. All kinds of
hand, crois cul and buck saw* aet
and filed at shottest notice. 11 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver.
TAILORS
E. LAURIN
High-closi Ladies' and Usui 'a Tniloiia;
KEITH BLOCK, FIRST STREET
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
Angus J. C
A.M.IK,   k
. Cameron
B.
Modern Tailor* and Rcnoratory
307 lonadale Avenue
Cleaning,   Pressing,   Dyeiaj,  Alt.i'ag
We   use   tbe   French   Dry   I lennil/
Process Phone 313
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
CIVIL ENGINEER
Irrigation, dralnsue, level., plan,
und specification!. Septic tanks and
house drainauo a specialty, I'. 0.
Bor 344, llilh street weet of Bewicks
Avenue.
FISH DEALERS
THE   NOBTH   VANCOUVER- FISH
AND PBODUCE CO.
Frosb and Smoked Fith
Live and 'Dreaaed Poultry
Vegetables Delivery twice doily
Phono 340 181 First Streel
ICE DEALERS
JONES |CE CO.
Wholesalers and Retailers of Pure lee
Cream
Ic* (or family use
BAY VIEW TEA ROOMS
I'hone 384       I,0.\3JMLl': AVI.Nl E
JOHN LINDEN
'   I All OK
ladies' and Gent's Suits to Order
from 136.00 and 196.00 rcspectiviiy
Pbone 343 Ixinidale Car, 1Mb it
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
TEACHERS (Music)
SAM. T. SUTTON
TEACHES OF PIANO and THEOBY
Specially I Children'* LeMoU at own
home.  Terms, etc., apply (ieoeral
Delivery.
WATCH   REPAIRING
Is your watch ilopping or going irregular!/ 7 See
A J. HOOD
The North Vaanoavtr Espert
end pioneer Jeweller
40 Lonadule Avenue
TAKE NOTICE thul ihe Council of
tbe Corporation of ihe Cily of North
Vancouver intends to curry out*us a
work of locul Improvement the con-
llruction of u aanilury lower In the
*llsy iii.t ul Lonadule Avenue Irom
the weterlronl to Sirlh sired under
subsection (33) section 366 ol ilia' Municipal Clauses Acl und intends to assess lbs liusl coat thereol upon tho
real property fronting or iilittCing
tbereon, and lu be benofiljcd thereby,
and tbat a stulcutcnl showiiyf tho
lands liable to pay Ihe suid intsrss-
ment snd the ntintes of iin' ownore
thereof, so far ui can be ascertained
Irom the laat revised A.srssmenl
roll is nuw on tile in the ml a. oi lho
Clerk ol the Municipality and il open
lor inspection during ollice houru.
Tbe estimated coal ol tlie work n
♦14,186, of which 4»,850 i* to be ,uo-
vided oul ol thc general nnl of tin
Municipality.
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
Cily Clerk.
Norlh Vancouver, 11. ('.,
June 13th, IUII. 33-6
NOTICE
NOTICE i* hereby itii on lb it application will be made to ihe Parliament
of Canada at Uie preeent session
lliercof. for an Acl lo incorporate
a company under tbc name of Ihe
North Ann l)rid«e and ilail*ay ('ompany, with po#er to lay o"t, toa-
itrucl, operotc. maintain, nud u e „
bridnc across (he North Arm ol I'ur-
rnrd Inlet horn a fo'pl op il>e et»-
itboro commonly Vnown ai 'ihe Tur-
llv'i Head lo * »oi»t ofi Op) wist
shore oo loi Ho ofireelly north of Ibe
bland known as White (took.     Sucb
:ers,
way
bridge to be both lor foot pniaeniti
carriages, ■treat*, railway and iei»
purposca with Ibe necossary npproaoh-
es, and witb power.to enha.iit the
aaid bridjre with enisting and (ulure
Unci of street railway and railway
and lor  tbe purposes ol eoaaaetipi
i wilh the eaid tlreet railway* end railways to lay out,  qooslrucl and op-
i orate one or mora Ijncs ol r«fw^ not
exceeding ten milea )p Jifl«lb.
And wilb nower t^avinsavr.vact,,ecjujp
maiotsin anof operate | a line ior juiee
of railway (rpju some point on I-ot
364 at the end ot lbs Canadian Pacific Bailway  Coinpany'* broach  1«*
from Port Moody old following Um
North Shore of Burrard Inlet to a
point in th* Cily of Norlh Vancouver
or to connect wllh aay railway that
i* or may bo conolriicted on tb* Norlh
Shore of Burrard Inlel.
And for Ibe purpura of It* under-
taking lo aruuire ant develop water,
elaotnc or other power or tpergy, aai
to ereot line* (or lie transnilailon of
[ tab* aome, and to liraoiynit and tjkliver
Ihe s«cae to aay plaoe u the Citie* or
' lie* through which l»)
hi Cpameay en authorM
'•'maii^V'^^
To Help You
You have old dresses
oi good material
tucked away.
Why don't you treat
yourself to a new
drew—by dyeing one
ocauioaally ?
RAINBOW
DYES
are tbe kind to buy
—one kind of dye
for all fabrics: wool,
cotton, silk or mixed
goods.
M pa Ml ton tiii)
the dresses apart I
Nor guess at the
materials.
Yaiir laaai itdtr haa Ham.
u 8. Mcdowell
B. C. DUCOM1IUJM, P>, He store
li      4(S4   |
WYukli/i
K-Vmm- BIX
 i
THE EXPRESS, NQRJffl VANCOUVER, B, C.
m
-
*   I       "I
Tba colnliinalioii of tho ldi|»li li mill
American elyloB of -wolllinpr ring,
whioh has Iwen used jn |hs protlMolion
of (be "Birks" ring ie * /.nmliin itiiiti
whicli is really disti»ctiv#. and pleasing. Tlie "Birks," wedding fin/, which
hus liecnme. so l[9pu|ikr with ' Canadians, is made in either |H. or M-kar; ,
at gold, staiii|iiiLwitb tbe name ol
"Birks," u O'inui whifh ie nn nbioluto
guarantee of i|U,ility.
.
' \   ' >■■   ,• .    ■
.       t   ■      '■
9
jewellers aijd Silversmiths
G*°'"&„g Director Hastings & Granville St..
Leave Vancouver ti.'.'tl a.in.    und
11 .=11..   every   120 minutes   until
7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.30 p.ma
every. 110 minutes until 11.30 pm
thereafter llln and LOO a.m.
WF.F.K DAYS
.SUNDAYS
Leuve   Vancouver  7.10,   8.20 and
a.00 thereafter same ua weekdays.
A l.iiinls'f wagons, trucks and
druya, 76c return.
11—'J horse oxpreas curriagrs ami
hacks, otic return.
C— 1 horse express buggix and
union, %c return.
All the nliovo rates include driv-
er. II ,i, A and II subject to 110
pet cent. discount in lots ol Ml.
FIIFItiHT TAHIFF
I'er 100 liis. rate, he.
Ilm,ma.,,i rule, IU'
Time lulile subject to change witlioiil notice.
Compuny not liable for ileluye, uauleulul or olbei
wise.
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
Launch "West Vancouver," Captain Findlay
I j'. list al lor is passengers
TIMETABLE
l.eavea Vancouver                          Leave Weet Vancouver
8.00
WI.I'IK DAYS
• 8.30
io.oo
10.30
13.00
12.30
14.00
14.30
um
17.0Q
18.00
18.20
32.00
(Suluiduya only)
22.20
10.00
SUNDAYS
10.30
14.00
14.30
17.00
17.80
18.00
18.30
91,80
21.60
Single Fare 16c.       Two Ticket* 26c.
Quickest route from North Vancouver to the district beyond
Capilano River. Launch "West Vancouver" makes connections, without fail, with the lerry steamers from North Vancouver, ss per shove schedule.
NORTH VANCOUVER
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY FERBIES.'LIMITICD.
TIME TABLE
TAKING  EFFECT  MAY  FIHST,  1911
Leave North Vancouver 0.1X1 a.m.
und I hereafter uvely 20 mittulss until J.00 p.m. Commencing 7.80 p.
in. every 110 minulea until 1100 p.
in. 11,ad!.,11.i  11.16 and 12.16 a.m.
Leave North Vuneouver 7.20, 8.00
nnd 8.40, thereafter same a* weekdays
PA8SJiNGf.II HATFS
Single lurs 6c, 6 tor 26c, 110 for |1, 70 lor .2.
VKIIH'I.K HATES
il
Uts ia D. L. 621, BAVVIKW; $300
to $325 per lot; $20 cmIi and $15
par month; or $50 caih and $10 ptr
month; or $100 cash, 6,12,18 mihs.
S. F. MUNSON
BROKER     333 Pander St. W.      Phona 6654
Pianos Tuned
Estimate* given lw MfAfef, iUpairiaf, tic. to Piaaos It 0r|Ml,
Single tuning, IS, twice yearly tjtm.
Do not risk having yoif vim,, spoilt by an incompetent tuner when
you cs» gat as apart to 4o the work at the
Warburnitz Piano Houie, Limited
443 iMfthk Avenue Phone 114
Lynn Valley Notes
(Rsprpss special correspondent).
Hr. ilnjmfcn i* ereetingj^botiiM on
Campbell' Ayewe,
Mrs. Bowan, I'embcrinn Meadow*, ie
the guest nl Mrs. Miller, Kilmer ltd.
The I). C, IS. Co. nrii creeling poles
lor eleplrie lighting up I'Voiniiir ltoad.
MisH ,Stewart   of  Vancouver   1*    llie
gtiost pf Mrs. I?rpi| Hunter, Omit*
Jlnad.
Mr. Arnott nf Vancouver, ha* moved to tho Valley, oof, nf Frodorink and
lrrnmmo ltoatl.   .
Urs. .Iitdd, daughter of Mra. ''loud-
ail, llodlainai lload, is on a visit to
Victoria frii'tiils.
Mr. D. II. Mel'oil in I., i'.. i,. Iiiii pr,.
per|y cleared anil ejailnl on Church
ltoad.   Mr. V. Cross has tlie contract.
A delighiliil dunce wus held at Mr.
Alev. Ciiinplieirs, Frederick Boad.
Everybody s|lelll a pleasant I'vi'iiini;.
Mrs. Hn end Miss Jpsio tin' .1 lln
god were guests ol Mrs. (1. 'V. Sugicn
lust Thursday ami Friday.
Mr. Unwell Fox nf Weyburu, Man.,
is tlto guild of Mrs. Nugilrn until bis
now residence nt Point (Irey is completed.
Humor has il lhal a display of lire-
work* will bo given on the 4th of
duly nl thc etui of the car line, ive.i-
ther permuting.
Tho Misi.es Wilkinson and hlarlt
woro visiling Miss Wilkinson's brother
and his wife on Conlro lload lust
Thursday anil Friday.
Ileal .-siiil•■ tliroiigb the Valley
seunja to have luken a new loase ol
Iiie.    Several pieces of very desirable
property, (or I n,    chniiagcd luititls
Ihis last week nr two. .
The M. th...Ila i Ladies' Aid met Insl
Tuesday al the home ol Mrs. Fnrrur.
Mutters pertuining to the advance-
iiieiil of rliiircli work were disctiFS'd,
also Iwo new tneinliers were udileil to
the Aid.
Mr. (!. W. Sugden, who bus been
spending a week's sojourn amongst
friends mid relative* on Vuneouver Is
l.uul retiirneil Saturday evening much
improved in liui.ltli.
The recent ruin hua Iwen . gietil
Is'ii.'lii In the Valley making all garden truck grow und ulso laving the
awful dusi on Ihe hIinula, making
walking n pleasure.
The i-v input In of Ihe Valley ia ex-
tended lo Mrs. Win. Hermyn in the
loss of her mother, Mrs. Telford,
North .Vuneouver, Inst week. There-
mains will lie sent to ileccnawl's late
lia) in llohi'iigeiin, lint.
On Tuesday, .lone 211th, Mrs. Hold.
Itrowil, K11 in. i Itiitid, is giving un nl
ternoon len. All Indies interested in
ill.1 rali woll, un< cordially invited. A
charge of 10 neuts will be asked in
mil ol the Methodist eh ii r eh fund.
Sunduy ns usual brought large
crowds mil lo Ilm Vulley to esriipe
Ihe laa.a. jn ihe city utid hunt for cool
spots unning the green shade afforded
them down nt tlie Lynn ' li'i-k liml
l.li. i. ni  purls nl the I'ltliyons.
Mr. .1. N. Hunker nnd laniilv, Inle
ol Lynn Vulley huve taken up their
rusiiliwe in Virginia City, Annum,
where Mr, Hnol., i ie engaged in llie
mining ol gold ijuiirlr. Frlctuli in the
Vulley will be pleased tu hear timt Mr.
Mia..!., is um. li improved in health.
Mr. S. Mold will ilioiIly uecl n
line In.u .■ «i On. nu.. i ,| \i,Hfi
Avenue and I6lh slleet. The /mi
dunce, when io'ii|,'"i,l will lie one ol
the im. i building* in Will Viintoti'
ver ol its kind and will eusl in lit'vicinity ol (.1,6110.
Mr. Thompson n| North Vancouver
haa returned f"om nn extended trip
lo the sou tii. Mr. Thompson has
•... i..I a leul on the corii'r of D.nun
und Centre until, liis n.v, bungalow is
ready, work lo Im storied ul our.'.
Lasl Sunduy iiflimooii u iiml'.iitlg
parly from Vancouver look n jileus-
unl drive to the Vulley making thoiio-
iusion n siiipiiw putty lo Mis,
Aduine, Inking ten uiul (pending n
pleasant time until the tool ol tht'
J evening.
Iluilding o|ieiiiliiiiiK ine in Me smiled al onu' mi hit ol Chin eh und cur
line by I'niwloid .'. Co. on llieir I In is'
stores. From rrpoils these slums ure
to lw the laige.l ever limit iu the
Valley, yet tboroui(l<ly up-to-date ill
ovory   roepoot.   'Ibey;   will   presold   n
vary    busintw.like    pappeuiunre    when
completed.
TWO CimiUVl I, LIAILS
Two Anii'iiceni were disputing at to
whicli hud expajricii'i'ii tlio grealasl
cold in the witiiar. Said on"' ''In
Ihe purl of It'.lead whirs I wua lull
summer Ihe gt,n/iwid is frown ao bind
all lbs year round that wleo Ibey
want lo bury, « mini tbey juil eboil
en his feet ami drive him i'i with a
pile hernrow."   •
The otber tmiud. "tea, I kaa*
that place, irda'i flay there long
found il not ,'|uile bracing eit'Algh lor
me. Wwt en- l« « small Oit/a lul thtr
oorlb. The (total where I wu. *> ay-
bag caugfa* .lire. My room-was on lite
U>p duty. Ho tn ateapea or ladders
io thai primitive settlement. UtaHf
earn burnt away, luckily k«|>t rry
omanm rt raipd. PxaaUad my Wh
nut 4 Ib* window and dii down tbe
jWa/Mfrijl*.
H»
ALV0 von ALVENSLEBEN, LTD.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
IIN4NC IAI   BROKERS
We have b large list of properties for sale jn' the Oily antl Municipality
of NORM VANCOUVER open for inspection; of intending purchasers
Branch Office; 4 Lonsdale Ave.    <**• •• ^rijn.
Manager
■^
THE HOME FURNISHERS
FURNITURE
for everybody.
Carpet Squares
and Rugs.
We have just
received a
complete line
ol Imported
Linoleums
and
Oilcloths
Pi ices right.
Special Attention given to
Window Shades,
Curtain Rods, etc.
<sasassssa*ssssaassiatassea»«IM«eej»e»*^e««*s_-a____^__aw«
128 Lonsdale Avenue
your curfalnaj
and draperlei by ujliijj
aBIa&ELL
Carpei1 Jwccper
DINING CHAIRS
AND TABLES
Buffets, Sideboards
and Dressers
Try our
All-felt
Mattress
Pillows
and
Blankets
II you intend Dialling your home
in North Vancouver »eu ua.
We also carry a full
line of Crockery.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
Going Through?
Of Course It's
Going Through
If You Don't Take This
Chance, Someone
Elie Will
r
BUY SHARES
• paying estimated dividends of 15
pur ct'iit. the lirsl yuar of operation
and increasing yearly.
Grouse Mountain
Scenic Incline Ry.
Don't allow outside capital to gobble
up the one local proposition of whose
success not one solitary doubt has
been expressed.
Splendid Investment for the Conservative
=5= SEND FOR PROSPECTUS ======
gn Ktsidiiits of Nortli
mid Vancouver may obtain
stock Irom ex-Msyor Msy
ol Muy & Horns, laOiisdsle
Avenue, tyort|i Vancouver
1'. M. i'.iitl'd'i, Secretary Grouse
Mountain St cnic Incline Kailwsy
Company, Suite 304, 319 l'ender
St.. Vancouver, II. C.
Please send me prospectus and
detailed information ol the Grouse
Mountain Scenic Incline Railway.
Name ,,,  	
Ad4r«»s,....,	
y thr unm noma \mmm, kn
SEVEH
mmma
BBSfflVij
552-DISTRICT LOT-552
_i_3_U_
iaCiii
 ■	
I
THE WEST END OF THE
CITY OF NORTH VANCOUVER
f.
-
♦
THIS NEW SUBDIVISION IS NOW ON THE MARKET.
Large Lots, Cleared, at First Prices. Southern Aspect,
Splendid View. Within half a mile of the Waterfront
Capilano line of the B. C. Electric Railway runs through the
property, giving a regular service.—■ ,     ■ =*=
For Maps, Price Lists and Full Particulars apply to
LONSDALE ESTATE OFFICE
525-6 WINCH BUILDING
Phone 2835 Vancouver, B. C.
iaUKHBWI
"DUNLOP" Hose "B"'"['
"CYCLONE
"BAPCO
Every length guaranteed
„    FENCE and GATES.    WeureNorlli
Vancouver agents lor tbia fgviiritu fencing
„    I'OKE  l'AINTS in all colors and
finishes
"CHANCELLOR" '^;''1<a,'^:i:^
\
Garden Tooli of Every Description
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
'hone 58.
143 Lonsdale Avenue
\\
i
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
HAY, FLOUR AND FEED
Poultry Supplies a Specialty
All Orders Promptly, Attended to
MOVED TO
mm MMMt
116 ESPLANADE EAST
PHONE 4
OTl7I039
About Hall t Mile from Car Terminus
Half Acre for $690
Iking Wqc|is m & 4j.   i jo x 147.   )iASY TERMS.
mm now umoAu mm building
JACK LOUTET
*
li. C. 'lA/.FTTF
jij LONSDALE AVE.
TEL 47
COP. NYE STREET
TEL. 87.
Hit. Honor tlie l.ietiteniinl-'love nor
in Council hua lien picas.d tnapppinl
llie undermentioned parion* to he
t'ominissiopers for Inking iillidivi s in
Ihe Sujirciiio Court, lor Ihe p'lrposj of
Oiling under the "I'ruvincii'l Flections
Acl" in,the electoral district* in which
they reside, .'ueh up|.ii.'uiincuts will
expire on ihe Itlst day of I'e ember,
Illll :
Vancouver   lily F.lictorul Diilricl
.linn.. Walker. Il.rl.crl 1;. A. Mcl.cn-
111111. Fdwi.rd In,im 1, Al ruin Lahiitde,
nil of Vancouver.
Nelson ('ity I'lleotoral Dialrict Allien |'. I orach ol N.laon.
Ntinuiino I'ity 'Eleotoral Dis rict- Alexander Forrester, dohn A. Mellon-
nld, Henry Shepherd, duincs Uracil y,
.lohn M. lira.n«li.iIiIh, Aillntr F. II
Spencer, Dr. Wm. F. Drysdelo, tticli-
unl llai.alli nnd II. It. HioJiling, all
of Ntinuiino.
Nelson Fliclotnl Dialrict -Win. Kidd,
of Kasl  Wellington.
Slaienn Fleclorul liiatrici - Joseph Frneal  McFwcti, ol kitaclu*.
Devvilney Fleclorul District—lames
Kiddle und Adoll Liindgirn, lio'li ol
Fori  II inuui.md
Comox Fleclorul Districl T. Snlli
van and A. ('. WiMiirc, liolh of I'uw-
ell Iti ver.
Faijuimull Fleet oral Dialrict-Fran
cia W. Iluclt ol Fsi|uiinajl.
Jo abe .lualicca ol the i'euco—lohn
Jones of Windermere; dohn I).   Wol-
jaou of '..ai.ii.i ; Donald ,|. Mcltuc  ol
Hope.
Jtobcrl NcWbirler lo be a provincial
constable from the Ial day ol Juno,
Illll.
('crlilicaiiii of incorporation hove
In en JHKiied to the following companies ; -\ 111 ■ 1,, I'l.iiiidiiin Oil Corporation
l.fil., B C Herring Fisheries I.id., [..
C, Key Hcgi.lry Co. Ltd., Canyon
Creek Irrigation Co. Ltd., Cremation
Society ol Vuneouver, Dominion Hull
l,td., Kobiwnu Fume rs Fu'huinjc Ud,
New Canadian Metal Co. I.id , North.
Americun Sccurilica J,ld., Norlh Vancouver Supply Company wilh a capital of fMi.oOo, iliviikd into LOW
•barer, North Western Talk'nf X.i
cbine Co. Ud., Fcoplo'a Truai Build-
im, 1.1,1. i'i ll.e Kn|.i'i 1 i'laning Hills
I.ial , W'l.aai l.umbor (.0. Ltd., 8. U.
Morris k Co. Ltd., Stirling and Fit-
cairn Ltd., Todd Md Manning Ltd.,
Sunset Lumber Co. Ltd., Tbo*. Cat-
teral Ltd,, Vancouvor Arena Ltd., Wil
mcr Waterworks Co. Ltd., Working
Nan's Society, Vancouver and Van
couver Wand lowing Co. Ltd.
J,icooso* bovo boon granted  to  |fao
following extra-provincial companies :
Crown Compuny Ltd., International
Cuaituily Co. Ltd., Godcrich Orgun
Co., 4. Hnttury Co. Ltd., Tudhopc
Anderson Ltd., und the Welch Mni-
goteon Co. Ltd.
Notice ul the registration of the following extra provincial companii* ia
noled : I,. N. Dandier k Co., und the
N. K, Fuirbank Co. Limilcd.
HOW HF HOI' THE .Kill
A hurdwure .tort advertised lor uu
idiand boy. Aa il liii|>|n in,1. lho bos.
wu. Inlking lo u cual outer when the
hoy came in, Thinking he wauled lo
buy something he excused hiniscl! ami
going ovor to the boy, asked liim
whul he could do lor hint.
The boy told him thut he cumc in
nnswor to his udvcrliacmcut and asked
for the job.
"You go outside und wulk on. II
I cull you back, why 1 will bire you ;
if I don't why you juat keep right on
walking."
The boy did ua he wua lold, bul in
going out ho picked up a shovel thut
wus .landing near the door, pul it on
hia back, and iturtrd down Ibe street.
Belore be hsd gone ten yards Ibo
old mun wua alter him, yelling, "Come
buck J   Come buck I" i
The bov came buck, took ot bis
coat, and asked where he wanted I. ...
lo work, downstairs or upstairs, or
whore.
The man took one good look al him
uml aaid : "I gttcaa you're 1'ic sort
ol boy I wanl. Never mind full ng
your coal on. Start rigbt in.'- Titbits.
mamawmm
Local Items
a*™.  -  ■ -        aaa  a„.«
Firit ipinlil.y lee Cream, wholesale
und rel nil at tho 'initio.
Brewer's XL Bread, oc per 16 ut.
I.nol (I'nion Mudo) only to be had
from thc IJplo-U*to Urnaery, 'Ut
First slreot east. 0-7
1 Do you know Ibat B. B. trade is tbo
lurgost in the world for head ol population.
Freeh, Buttermilk daily at the
Orotto, 6 cent* per quart,       •
I
JUin or sbino you can get »triotiy
fresh F.gg» st 3oo par dor. at Ibe tJp-
lo-Datc Grocery till tbc I'lth July
nexl. 8. Hitobie, tfa* Up-to-fW* linear. W Pfrtt tired east. *)<7
Suppose a customer is about lo ordor something or other ovor your
tolophono. The oporulor finds your
lino or linos engaged. Tbo customer
must wait—ur order somewhere elac.
Maybe he chouses to wail-calls again
—again finds your lins or lines busy.
That menus a possible loss of a customer.
Tho business man needs ade-
il'iiiie telephone service for the
accommodation ol bis business
aud his customers. When you
lose customers tbrougb "busy"
signals it haa been proved that
your telephone facilities are
luadequal*. i
I'oople wbo get business make it
easy for their customer! lo gst to
them and have the iiuniaW ot tele
phone lines Ibeir builuet* require*.
The number should lie determined by
tho amount of use at tbe BtJSfKOT
tim* of the day.
B. C. TELEPHONE CO, LTD.
KOTJXa'E
J'liBLIC NOTICK if bcrsby given
that, under lbs authority contained 'w
•eetioo 141 ot tbe "Laud Act," a re
gulaliou waa approval by tbs Lieutenant-Governor in Couneil fixing Uie
minimum sale prices of first and ato-
ond-olais laods al 110 tad t% per acre
respectively.
Tbi* regulation furtior provided
tfaat tfae prioee fixed tfaereia *bonld ap-
lily to al) lands witb respect lo wfaiel.
tabs appMiona bo »»«**• ***»»>•*,
f.viW^)Ueoif»id*r»lio» a/tar tfao del*.
4 ssid regaWio*, namely Aprfi H
mi
Furlber noUce Is now given I bal I
virtue of a regulation upproved by
tbe Ueubenont-Oovcriior in Cuuncil on
tfae lOtfa ol May, IVII, Ihut lho regulation dated the 3rd April, IM), be
,bcld not tQ apply to applications t
| purchase vacant Crown lunds whicli
were rooeivod fay tbe Assistant Com-
mixsioners of Lands on or before tbe
•aid April 3rd, IVII, and wilb respect
to wbiifa Uie recjuired deposit 4 t%
conli per acre hod been received by
aaid Cow»i**Jo»or* oa or btfors Od
.aid April 3rd, IHI.
'jBOJJT. A. KFNWICK.
Deputy Jliniilor of LoW'    ,
<\Oamlraant at t**»,
{ fytpria, P. B.,l6Pi 4 Pay, mi e WttBT
THE imm; NORTH VANCOUVER % C,
Express Classified Columns
fob mu»
 a a a 1 . '
Fresh Cream at the Orotto, SB cents
. psr pint,
Hill Wood lor iS&le-Crcaiiier Trail i-
fer On., tolepbone SUB or 30.        16-0
Fresh Cream al the (Initio. Sn cents
per pint.
Maypole's Minima I're.iiu Butter,
90c per pound al the lp-lo-Duteflro-
eery,  lifili Plrel Slreel Eusl. U-7
First   ipiulity Ice Cream, wholis.,1,
and retail nt the Hint to.
FOK BUNT
'in'     nieely   furnish
rent.   I IUU f'heslerlio'
A
all'
bedroom to
'Ave. UM
T() LET—Large  comfortable   room.
Apply Kenn, Illll Fpgrth tit. W.   KM
Six   roomed
jsii u month,
lice.
newly   furnished house
Boi I). I„ BspwssOf
IS-6
WASWD
WANTED Dressmaking by the day.
Boi ti Faipress. W<fl
 r-ll,'" a*i "     :
WANTED-A servant lor- gopcral
housework. Apply lir. fardinall,
Kersnoy Cottage, 1st street cast, lfi-n
WANTKB-Rtrong boy to work in
garden. Apply . evenings to W. Hail
ley, Keith and Chesterfield.
•elf. Tn hi* own defence T*rn denied
that be hsd hit either of Ihp men first
ami said that the (rouble wss over
Turner getting the fire horse* shod st
his place of husitioss. A fin* of $10
and cost* w'tm imposed with a caution
a* to future misdemeanors.
ln-6
WVNTKB-Household work by the
day. <l. Krimildson, let stnol Kasl,
North Viincouver. ' |M
FOB IIF.NT- Office, Sitlinblefor real
estute.   Apply «i Tailor Shop,   'or
l.onmlllle  llllll   la'alll   dill I'I. '2-fi
TO BKNT-Tlirei •room pottage, rlose
to car.1 Bent tilO. Canadian Finan
ciers, '.IS [aOllsdale Avenue. 1'i'i
V.lt'TOHIA ROOMS
New Home Block, l.aaiid.laile Avelllle,
one-hull blot'k fioin lerry landing, Mo-
ilern throughout, everything new. All
OUtlids rooms, overlooking Ini. t. Mr..
K. l„ Endl, Pi opi int less, IM
WANTED- A lot on l.oiindnlo Ave.
in I). I.. -'OSii or I). I.i 7HS. State l.iw-
esl 1'iisii price, ulso beat lerms. Address It. V.. Edlund, 621 Cordova St.
K., Vancouver. IM
WANTED-Dressmnking. All kiudsol
good class work iintleilalien. Shirt
wniats ni|d akirta a specialty. Mrs.
Bayment, Snd lioiiase, Sih street, adjoining Boulevard, North Viincuv.r.
26-6
OHUAN1.ST WANTI'll)
'I lie posiliiui us orgiillisl uiul choirmaster for St. John's church, e.ir.
Stb ami 13th streets, North Vancouver, will lie vacant Pn duly 1st. Ap-
plications lor the position will Ik> re-
ieiii.1 by Charles II. Hewitt, Mil
l.oli-aliile Aveiiiie. t'.
LOST
LOST-Sis weeks' old blink i up,
wilh while paws. Mongrel. Filldr re-
wiirdi'd.   Phone SB. IM
New Harness Shop
A BBANC1I OF THI! VANCOUVER
HAHNESS CO, HAS HEEN OPENED
IN TIIK PHEMISKS or llll', C. H.
k N. OflAI, AMI 81 I'I'I.V Ci)., Ofill.
gBpIaANAIIK ANI) ST. i,l'.OBiil.'s
AVK. A I'I l.l, STOCK OF PIBST
CLASS HAHNESS AM) (IOB.SK FIT
TINGS WII.I- BK CABIUKI). A
SI'KCIAI.TY WII.I, HI'. MADK OF
BKI'AIB W01IK. PBICKS Will- BK
THE SAME AS THOSE IN VANCOI -
VEB.
Vancouver Harness Co. <
PHONE %9 g
MIST-AII lusl.' for tiny othot Tea
since using Hilchic's "Maple I eaf
I'I.ml" ul (tie per polni'l. uiul hits bam
IIEWAHHED wilb timt which wouhl
plesse tl.e most fastidious taste. S.
Itilihie, llie I ptollille llrocr, ItSti
First streel eusl. U-1
District of North Vancouver.
MISCELLANBOUB
l.outi'l nnd Norlh lonsdule
Fresh Fruits duily nt tbe Grotto.
IClder Murrav t'o., lire insuraiit'e.
Fresh     1 i ■ 111 a -11 il 11 k     .1    ,
QrotlO, fi cents per ipinl't.
nl     tl,.
over ae yw
ENCC
SFAI.FI) TENDEHS uciompniilisl li)
H'llilieil   rlllspii'S   or  I'llsll   lor   live    |la'l
.anl. of ii iiiii   ol lender will lie ie
i-a'iveal until > pin. on Thursiliiy. SSnil
.li , Hill. I,) tbe Municipal Clerk for
tlie following work :
Painting   of    l.ynn   and    St\moili
reek stiil bridges.
Ilradiitg, gravelling uml iniililiiig ol
culvert a, Westover and Allan   ltoad*,
i If on Vulley..
Clem ing, grubbing, grading und
bull,llnil of culverts, t'liavn aired.
I'.11,1' street and Nye streel', Ninth
Lonsdale.
Clearing, grabbing mul 1/1., -1. i. ^' por-
lion ol Lloyd Ave. I). I.. SM und liSMI.
t'loaringi grubbing mid |rradinglo,ul
in I).  I..  |0W.
Clearing, grubbing mill grading 10.nl
in ll. I.. UW und 1103.
Ilm lowwl or any lender not ncces-
surily ii'if|,t,sl.
.1.  II. COSUHOVF,
,   Dial riot   I nui in. 1
District   Municipal Office,
Norlh Vancouver, H. ''.,
ISlh  -lune.   IUII. SuiilUo
Trsds Marks
DrsiGMS
Copyt..iinre Ae.
Anion! .Wldlilit t fVtletl ..;<! da arali-ll..ai lut,
qQloklf MCaaTlllln laair i.|>iu:.ili 0.11 V.lSlior alu
lua.uaarl.au I. urialiull, ii.lei'l.a.l.   a'.a.nii.unlc*-
tluiiaiuiciliciaiiUaiiinifaiJ. HAaliOBat".f imI'aiouu
MOt-tlH. tltiut llitei, ftir.Clj,     a ,.J.'a la.
PaUaiaOlal ttteO llrauutl Mu .11 * l.'g. uolll
SaUatt tOUCI, arill.out Oliau.0, ill It al
Scientific Mtteiicati
A heuitouwl}' iliiiMtt-H mtmtij. 1*1*** atr-
cuIauoo of anf i-iuiiiiic jvurul. Trnm tut
CtyiaA*, fl.ff 1 )t*u, i-oaUtc iwcioid.   bvld Iff
all atmmitatUiA
4Co_,,fc—'Hewlfofk
o*m. strut, wuouiiiiiuo, 0. c.
I
,	
I'i'i   thill   he   thinks    he   nil    iluniplc
a.I "ia the luw with impunity, 11   eood
I ei 111 in priaon ia the Iwsl thing thul
I run come lo him- .lohnson seems to
; think   his money und notoriety   hove
given him immunity mul 1l1.1t he 1ms
|.|iaa'iul   privileges    which   Ins    fellow-
iTi'iituii'. bave nol. Su mouths liur.l
I i.al,"i   wiiulij   do Mr. .Johnson   more
goisl ihuu nil iiie moni') he received
. Irom   the   item,   bout,   uml    pi hups
iave   the in,,' from  further  him lie-
lion."
—
WHAT M'/lltOLS IIIIVK
Tbe Torchlight, edited und published
by negroes ut Hmiville, und eliiimid to
lie the leading negro oewsjupei in
Kentucky, iiuiuls 'luck .lolnisoii, tbe
fistic   I'hlllnploil,   the   following  'alitor
Jul   Willi..p   ill  U  l.eenI   iasile '
"We lime never boen able to sie in
•luck Johnson anything wi-riliy of
praise uiul emulutuin. We liuve al
ways regarded the bidden! nl Hiii'i ns
the iiud'tiii" of Iwo vulgur iiraggerls,
neither ol them lepn'St'iiting the Is-sl
in the ruce to which he belonged, mul
neither ut them 11 worthy irfoirtuivr to
be held up lo lite youth ol Aun'ri'i.
as a bero worthy ol tlieo respect mul
veneration. But it seema timt .loin
eon is detci'inineil lo ouido himeelf its
a lawless, ruckles* tough. Surely bis
attention haa never ln-en cullrd to lb
pussiige in boly writ which says, 'He
that 1 ul.tl. his spirit is mightier ilm,
fas tbat luki'lh a city.' Johnson hn
nol only become a nuisance lo tie'
public, but be Ims humiliated every
que who had any confidence in lilm
or who wae willing to nconl bim
(rieudebip, while he ba* heaped upon
, hi* r»oe etaernal sbunu' uud disgrace.
. No bqaad, intelUganl cili-tsu bos any
reepaet lor the lawbreaker, and wlien
a MUle  mnney ao turns   a   fellow's
Police Court Happenings
This morning wus u busy one lot
the Justice*. Three drunks were lined
and uu assault ruse wus ilciill with.
Muyor McNcisli and J. .1. Woods, I.
V. presided.
The reiiinndid ehurge ol Win. Wilding was Ward. The prisoner wns
charged with being dru^k mid disorderly on Ike lOlh insl. Considering
the i.iet. Muyur McNeish pionounoo'l
sentence ',( tM an'l cusle or a month
in gaol.
1   Two men churged with living drunk
and   incapable were fine,I gSoll    ami
".-I-   ,'IU'll.
Knlieit Tarn was itinrgeil witli as-
-.mil on the p,-i>oii of .1. V„ Hixon
and with using abusive lunguuge lo
Cltiel Turner of tbe fire dtpnrlnient.
Ilison's evidence went to show that
on Sunday evening while mar Ibe fire
ball Tarn ilrove up in a rig with three
other men and ,ailed for the tirccbiet
to ,0,11, out jn" a premptory manner.
As Turn was using abusive lungunge
the (hlit asked bim to come into th<
fire hnllon ma,,imt ol tlie people who
were silting ou the verandas ia tbe
vicinity. The prisoner construed this
invitation aa a diiHauiga aud proceeded In wade int« Ibe Chief. Ilison ia-
tcrfi-rial and got a swat or two bim-
Second Annual Horse Show
Urge List of Kiitrics-Lxeellent Pro-
grumpieAllccord Attendance   a
The warring ol tho elements which
marked Friday lust materially interfered wilh the ulUiiitliiiiiie.nl tho opening proceedings in connection with
the second uniiiinl horse show, but did
not in uny other wtiy impair tho success nf the opening program.
President W. I.. Kuone, in a low lip-,
propriate remarks, introduced the
Hon. W. B, Boss, Minister ol Lands,
who hud kindly consented to 'ttcnil
to open the horse show.
Mr.'Boss referred to the fact that
this wns his lirsl visit to Norlh Van-
uiuver ami expressed the pliuainu
which it allorileil him. He was <im.il-
etl ul the extent ol llie public works
which lie saw under way and at the
mall upon which Ihey were being cur
lied forward, This spoke volumes for
Ihe energy und lite enterprise nf the
people ol the Norlh Shore. Speaking
Kore purticiiltirly ol the oecusion
whicli hud culled them together the
speaker euid thut someone pad declureil Ihul the culture of a people might
be judged Irom the consumption ol paper iimongst them and similnr'y when
s community hud progressed In   tlio
Stage nt which Ihe people iiiuli'i'lool;
the promotion ni such public functions
us the one which Ihey were iiluuit to
declare opeueil, il wns n token ol the
fuel ihul they were rising above the
merely roniiiiiTciiil stngc ol existence
and were in position to rncaiiii'.ig,
those interests which stood in close
relation with culture mul icliueitirnl in
a community. It wus to be regretted
that (he elements weru mil more liirj
ly disposed, Inn lie wus sure that no
amount ol ruin could dampen lho up
dor of those who hud so nnthusiastl
colly carried the Horse Show to ils
present stage of progress mil success
wouhl, without doubt, ultimately attend upon their effort*,
There could lie 110 ipll'Stiol) us lo the
rupiil development of the Norlli Shoie
mul of ull ils institutions, ll would
be a matter of'gratification to nil the
members of the government whet', Hie
iinic came for the government to pay
tfie subsidy of n>,n.oo.i which h,.'I Iwen
voted towards Second Narrows bridge,
ui.a ni.a. i. us the luiihliiig of ihul structure would coiisiiiiiie iiii important
factor in the development of P.iiituiJ
Inlet mul ill the progress of British
Columbia, The benefits winch it
would coiifer upon North V.uii'. tier
would lie iiu'iileiiliilile, inasmuch us tin'
North Shore lins every desirible feature which pertiiins lo iiie snulh
sliore mul in point of lucl lho in 'th
shore wliulil huve n certain nilviuil-igi'
in ihe fuel thut iis developint,il had
nunc somewhat Inter I liun tint of Ihi
opposite shore, for llie reason lint ihe
siperiuncc of Vancouver might be turned to good advnnlngo b> Nortli Vancouver in indicating particulars in
which mistakes might Is' uvoidid, The
Minister of Lunds ihem forlllal'y declared ihe second niinnlil lloiae Sli/«
al North Vancouver duly opened.
'Mayor McNeish, ia a fuw well icns-
en remarks, expressed the plcuani'c
which il iittordiil him ns the cvccjtlvo
heat] of the city to weLrmne th? Minister of I ami- to the lily, although
he could wish lliiil tho wcsUior bud
been soinewbiil more propitious than
il was just al thul lime. Fiaii.i v....I
he hail leiunisl with ri-li'icjui' lo tin'
niiinber of entries for the Hiurc St.nw
mid the number ol cbisscs n pada-ei Idi
be was sure ibul gooil weather w is nil
thnt wus iiirded in Order lo muke Hie
show a conspicuous, success undlbe iin-
ei'i'ck ti.>|a».-il Hint  thul one reiniiiving
raqulremenl would In- met on ilm-cc-
ond day.
Local andfewonal
Uf, and ¥«• T, 0,'XeW of .Second
sliwit   are  congratulating   themselves
on the arrival of a daughter,
Mr*. ,1, I,. Oallegher will Toooiyeon
Thuredsy, June Wb in hor now boro*
K.'iiii ii.iini east, from 3.30 o'clock.
(Lynn Valley car to Keith Itoml.) .
*%t tlio adjourned congregational
mooting ol the Lynn Vallsy Presbyterian church on Sunday morning,
called lor the election ol elders, M-is-
ars. l'tirdio and Waghonie were the two
chosen by the membors
The regular meeling of the W. C. T.
II. will be belli tomorrow uftornonn ut
3 o'clock in tlto Orange Hall. This
meeting is culled as tlio lasl event ul
ils kind before the annual convention
of the Society.
The brethren ol Ilm rani Lodge No.
BU of Ancient Free und Accepted Mason:, will a 11 em I divine servlcu Ul St.
John's Church, cor. 6th and iSth
streets, on Sunday next at 3 o'clock
p.|ii. All inoinbor* ol tho fraternity
tint cordially invited to attend.
Mr. David Spencer, ol Spencer's de-
purl incut nl store fume, has purchased half of I). 1, 1088 at Hollyburn,
anil will shortly construct a large residence ut lhal place. The lund purchased wus partly procured from
Paine k McMillan of this oity, and
eiiiliiiici's iii ail a tract of about ton
acres.
Mr. nnil Mrs. A. J. Hodgson nl Co-
lint on, Kdinbiirgh, huve taken up their
residence on I ml. st reel and St. Andrew's. Mr. Hudson, who is un tloc-
triad engincor in the employ ol tlio
B. ('. Fled lie Kiiiluay, is the sou of
Dr. Hudson, the Scottish ealiicutionnl-
isl, well known us llie organiser ol the
ilcpurtiiicnt of political economy nt Ihe
Edinburgh University,
"IMPERIAL"
Big Sporting Event July 1st
'The 1st of 'Inly sports coiniii'il.'e,
T. A, \II.ua, cliiiirinmi, 4. II. Tompkins, secretary, ami II. It. I'umpncll,
met Just evening ior tlie purpoae nl
arranging ua fur us possible n pin
gram of spurls fur the inmiiliinlli cch-
liriitiiiu tu be liilld here un July 1st.
The chief ul I ruction nl the iin.'i will
he conducted under the titispices of the
it. C. A. A. mul will be the lo-inil,
nun ul lion racing event "pen In all
smalour runners throughout' British
Columbia, A valuable cup :ostlng
WI or inure will lw given lor liis
event.
Other events which huve been pliiu-
lied for the enla'i'tuiiiineiit of vi-itors
und for lite competition of iilhlt'li'S till
over the province lire: IIK! ynids dnsli
.-" yurd ilush, I In (I'tinl rucing i-vuiit,
iin hurdle nice, broad, slunditig mul
running jumps, hop, step mul jump,
running high jump, pole vnu'l, shot
put und hammer throw.
Two oveiils tne plntiiieil lor ihe nig
of war. F.iuli'iivors will be ni.i.le l«. secure tennis Iruin the city und ilisti el
mid the sudors who will be here on
the 1st will huve a aepurilc contest
of I heir own.
All tbc events will be open lo athlete* of good amateur stending, us
well us to the sailors.
A meeling ol the central celebration
committee is to be iuid thia evening.
.fjlThe name "liji-
*J| pciial" stamped
on Garden Ho>e is a
guaiantee of Quality.
We are tole agents
lor Noilh Vancouver,
Im this brand ol Hose,
have handled same for
yean, and guarantee
every foot.
When buying Hose,
insist mi getting the
best. Lawn S,-tinkers, Nozzles and
Reels of ihe best
quality always in stock
Paine & McMillan
The Hardware Sjuialists I'hone 12
First Street and I_on-dale Avenue
McMillan's for money savers
A FKW OF OHB l'BICF.S-t'OMI'AlIF: TIIFM WITH ANY.
Sugar, grunuliitid, 18 Ib. Back ...$1.00 dinned Fruits, delicious California
Pears,  Poaches,  Apricot*  i.nd   ,
ItuspbeiTies. per Iin     SOc.
l'ickles, line English pickle*, per
hoi He  ' Mc.
Butler, fresh made, New /cnlaiul
3 lbs 11.01
Tea, McMilluii'e 3 Ib. Ior  »L0H
Baking Powder, Colcdykc Brand—
full Hi 01, tin   'Be.
Coffee-whole ronsi nnd Ireshly
ground, per Ib. , 411c.
Ham,'fancy sugar cured per lb....Mc
j. a. & m. McMillan
 Phone 20 :	
BANIM
WAS INtiiHHin
Dlltl'.CTI'IIS'   MF.FTINH
A p.: ial me. tin; of Ihe lliuiiil of
Directors ol the N. V. Hortiriiltiirul
\ I., a .iaa.ii .,,,,! Farmers' Institute
will bo held ut Horticultural Hull on
Friday, June 10th, ul 8 o'clock p.m.,
nl which matting anyone Inning any
complaint to muke relative lo the
iiiiiiiujtemcnt off the recent horse show
will lie (riven n hearing.
(Sgd.) f, ),. KFI'INi:,
Ifi-ft President.
WATKINS-KVAN.S
The new Norlh Lonsdule Presbyterian church Wednesday evening was the
scene of a happy event, the lirst of the
kind in wbich the new eliurch has figured, in the marriage of Miss Bertha
I'lvans, daughter ot Mr. mid Mrs. Benjamin Flvans, ol this city, ami Mr.
Marion F-. Watkins, of Scwittle. Itev.
Dr. y. It. Taylor of Wa'slininslor Hull
coiuluctiil the ceremony mul the wod-
cjing marcfa Was well rendered by Mrs.
Boloali. After lb* concluaion (A tbe
happy event the ooniracting panic.
aad friends adjourned to Ibe komsf of
tab* bride where a delicious wecWkg
stoper wa* served.
41 "     •   '''    " Irk.
An error in llie report of lust week's
ferry direotors' tiiieling oicnnal in a
recent edition of Ihe F.vpreaa. The
item in tajueetinn wus under Ibe tin
tion "Msllsfaolori, Sellleinent'' ui<d
dealt with recent teprinenlaliona made
to Mr. Hiislccd of the CI'.It. Irom Ilic
lerry dircctoVs regurdiug Ihe train nuisance nl Columbia Avenue. Muyor McNeish salad ua a delegate in Ihis mat
ter und though no definite agreement
haa yet been mrivisl nl Mr. Buslocl
promisoti to ucpiuiut the autboritiea
of thcaC.P.K. under whose juriadiction
it fell. The «in»talili- whidi the incorrect report slulnl had l>ecn i p-
poiirled wus the suggestion ol the mil'
yor as a possible solution ol Ibe dii
ficuHy.
Capitol Paid tip  I i7M),0uTI
ltoservo 4 Undivided profits    3W),0o0
Tutul Assets   Pl.lHIO.Oiltl
Bunk ol llainilloii invites Hav-
inga Accounts and bus eliminate!
ull undue lormulities, both in the
o|ioniiig of auch accounts nud in the
making of withdrawals.
A cberlored bunk is the logical
pluco lor the safekeeping of the
fund you wish lo iiccumulate lor old
ago or lo make provision loi itnlorc-
sas'it nuotls. Interest paid on deposits
of ¥100 mul iipwi.riL.
C. (i. HEAVEN, Agent,
North Vuncoinof
iiiii        ' gae
Head Office:
HAMILTON
UENEBAL NEWS NOTES
In Illll, IHI persona were kiLcl
and tin in nn e.l while trettpussiug on
railway property. The alnriiiini.
niiiiilier of faiiiiliiii.' has resulted in
the ltuilwuy Commission Issuing a
circular to the iill'iiucvs gi'm r il ol
the different provinces urging u vigorous enforcement of the law u/'iinsl
the offence, I iiIchh I Im offenders ,ore
punished il will lie niipos.ilile lo It's-
serf thia death rale, ll is riyinl'd by
this board as highly important that
magistrates should appreciate He Importance ol this matter, not only ai il
affects tbe railway compasio* themselves, bis1 also from the public pjinl
4 view, in England tbe lew is .rigorously enforced against trrspaiaois on
railway lands.
More Money
Savers at the
New Drug Store
Caasioriai ajc
Allt'iilniry'.s Food    *5C sud Hy
I im lick's Miilti.il Milker, yoc, $} jo
Ni'Silv's I'ojrl  45c
(iin Pills .1 35c, 3 for fl.OO
/.uniliuk 35c
Alis'irln nt Cotton, 1 |w 1 rolls 40c
Wsii|polc'» Bet I, Iron and Wine 75c
lO'inp's Invalid I'orl <j<j»:
Hn tivctl tins week « full line of
Cameras and I'liotngrapliic Supplies
Ivciiinnl'tir our I'rcscripliuii De
parliiitti't is complete and OW of (lie
linc'St 011 (lie Coast.
Have your lloetor 'plionc your
prescri|)liou tt) ns. We deliver to
your house snd save you money.
North Shore Drug (a
ESPLANADE WEST
IS. THOMAS, Phm.B. ^
I'bonc 311
Diujjiat
House I'bone 324
I 'i
J

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.expressnv.1-0309688/manifest

Comment

Related Items