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NOBTH V^PPPm, ft 0'. TUESDAY. MABOH li, 1818.
NUMBER 62.
APPLICATION FOR
GASJANCHISE
Deferred for Ameudmeut Until Monday
jfHt
A considerable amount of the council'« time was list nigbt devoted to tbe
two applications for a gas franchise
within this city. Tbe applicants are
tba Nortb Vancouver Gas aud, Ooke Co.,
(represented by Mr. F. 0. Orisp, nf
i..cillim, Crisp and Mackay, barris:
let" ■ sf Vancouver)) and J. Coatos aud
Co., Lund on, England (represented by
Ur. Ii. Sydney Handcock). Both appli
cations wero perused in oxtonsn, and
aeveral clauses iu which tbo cily did
noi.seem to be adequately protected.
i wero criticised and referred for amend
I ments.
Subsequently Aid. Irwiu suggested
that tbo couucil aud applicants slioiill
mutually appoint a date on which re
vised applications should reach the
city bull and also a Inter date on
which the council should give its dec
isiob. it would probably be impossible
to bear tho revised applications ami
render a decision in the same evening.
It was therefore, decided lhaf the
applications iu revised form should be
I'liiisideied on Monday next when th'1
council will bo iu regular sesainu.
LOCAL AND PEBBONAL
Mrs. Ueo. II. Mordln, Snd slreei, will
not receive Thursday, March lllh
Mrs. li. M. Jackson, bas purchased
the  busiucss  uf  tbe  Plau  Booming
Hnuse uu tbe Esplanade and is now in
. charge of Iho establishment.
Mrs. A. Davies, eor. 41b and Mabon
Avonue, will not receive toirorrow but
will receive tbu second Wednesday in
April.
Master  Davjd  McLelland, ward  of
. Mayur and   Mrs.  McNeish,  bas been
placed ou tbe honors list st the 81
Louis College, New Westminster.
The regular meeting of tbe Hoard of
Bcbool Trustses will Uke place al lbc
Central   school   tumurruw   uight   at   S
u'clock.
Mr. aud Mrs. P. C. Jones returned
on Friday nigbt from California after
a pleasant sojourn of tbros months'
duration.
Au Italian working jo Ihe employ of
uf Messrs. Thompson k Btuarl, in a
sewer un Isl street was yesterday te
verely injured by e premature blast
Dr. Mi Miiiie attended bim, his iujuries
being about the bead and face.
Quito a bunch of dogowuors were
dismissed witb a warning on Saturday
wben thoy appeared in court to answer
a charge of "neglecting to renew their
dog-tax. Forgctfuloess wu tbe
general plaint.
A foreigner-gained Urandinatl, wbo
wu apprehended In Lynn Valley en
Friday evening, wu charged beforo
Beeve May on Saturday, witb assault.
He pleaded ignorance of F.ogliab, and
accordingly tbe cue wu held over
until tomorrow when an interpreter
will be priunt.
Mr. P. I*rson, proprietor of tbe Uo
| tel North Vancouver, returuod le Ibis
eity on Friday night after a three
monthi' holiday sojourn lo southern
California. He and his family bave
spsnt a most enjoyable period. Inter
rogettd u te the rumored alia of bis
hotel property, Mr. Ursuu would only
state that, to tbe best of his knowledge
ha wu still tbe owner of thst pro-
>mi-.
"For thi «rst ind Uptime Mayor
McNeish yeiterday moruing*IIbposed i
tne of 11 aad coeu upon tbe drjvir of
P. Burnt' rig with which the attached
horse boiled recently. The charge
wu tbat of aot having the customary
weight futentd to the steed. In future Hia Worship will punish this spe
rits of negligence more severely
An intrepid climber met with a serious accldant on Sunday afternoon at
Capilano. He and a number ef his
friedss descended tbe steps, which lead
from tie awing bridge over the first
canyon, dawn to the creik bed ind
then ondjarorod to scale Ihe rocky
sides to I spoilt of vintage, wben he
slipped and fell to the rocks below
striking his head and'Receiving an
ugly scalp vpund about four Inches
in length, aad many bsyises about tbe
face. His friends brought bim to the
i top aad rendered what istiaUnce they
could aad thaa accompanied him to the
tMy
BAND CONCERT TOMORROW EVENING
00N8BByA?*YB   BMOKBB
Preparations are now eomplcle for
ihe sinoker entertainment to be hold
by the local Conservative Association
in the Knights of Pythias Hall, Fourth
street vest on Friday ovening of this
(seek. A crowded houso Is expected aud
everybody will be assured of a royui
good time.
The couccrt entertainment tu be giv m
uuder the auspices of the eity band
tomorrow (Wcdnesdsy) evening, will,
without duubt, be oue uf tbe furemost
functions uf the kind held in this city
to date. Tbe committee has gathered
together a galaxy of talent whose rcpu-
tation is moru than local and aucb at
is seldom svailable, in aid of local institutions. Tbe programme will le
choice and varied ami will be founl
thoroughly enjoyable. Tho band has
rendered excellent services .upon all
occulons and Is In every sense worthy
tbo most liberal support from tbe local
public. It is Imped that the hall Mill
bo tilled to the doors aa an expression
of appreciation of tbe bond md iu or
der that thu treasury may ba provided
with Hindi' rcipiired for the approaching scuon.
The program will be as ffollows:
March, "0 Canada" (Hughes), Tbe
Band; selection, "Operatic Echoes''
(Lauroudeuii), Ihe Band; vocal solo,
Madam Phillips; Bauson solo, "Silver
Threads Auiuug the Hold" (Dsuks),
Mr. James Varnes; concert walls "Oii
vctto" (Myers), the Band; tenor solos,
in; "My Dream (Tostl), tb) "Love
,is a Dream"  (Cowon), Mr.  Leonard
A my;   selsctiou  "Melody   of  Love"
j (Engclinann), tbe Baud;   vocal  quer
I tulle, "Nortb  Vsncouver Male IJuur-
I lotto; march, "Charge at Dawn" (B.
ll). Bcbults), tbe Band; Intennexzo, "I.n
Hi"!•" i An lur). tbo Hand; cornel solo,
;"Tlie   Kosary"   (Nevis), Mr.   Carl
, Tossell;   'overture,    "Glow   Worm"
-I.ini."., the Band; tenor solu, "Der
|Sautrazor,"    (Beugort), Mr.  Leonard
JAntyj vocal quartette, North Vancouver Male Quartette; march, "El Cap-
Han" (Boun), tbe Hand.   There wili
be a brief half-way intermission.
STREET END LEASED TO FERRY CO. FOR 20 YEARS
Engineer Hanes' Recommendation on District Water Supply Question
A considerable pile of correspondence
awaited transaction bv'the city fathers
last night when Mayor McNeish pre
sided over a session from which only
A.I 'I McRac was absent
In consequence of a renewed petition
frum the North Vancouver Master
Plumbers, it wss decided Ibat theja he
given | hearing ou Thursday night. A
number uf letters were handed over to
Ihe Board of Works.
W. Elseomon ssked for Ibo conlluua
tlou of Ihe sidewalk ou Ihe soulb side
of 141b street to the corner of Jones
avenue.
A renowed petition celled attention
to tbo lack of means of connection
with that portluu of the city lying to
tbe cast snd nurth cast of D. 1. 647.
T. Ho war it again applied for a side
walk from Bulherland aveuuo lo Ihe
Boulevard.
L. L, Dickinson sought access to bis
property on lol 3, block 280.
A. Philip and T. L. Kennedy asked
for tho opening up of a wsgou road
from tbe Lynn Valley road aloug 26th
street to blocks 22IA asd 891 of DL.
(46.
Palmer, Hunncstcr aud vim Qraevsn-
Its aaked Ibal waler be laid on lo lols
81 and 9t, 88 and 44, 88 and 83, block
886, ll. !,. 646, where Ibey Me now
building. They also applied for lids
walks to give access lo lbs bouslf and
for thr necessary levelling
District Water Supply
Engineer Hanes then rsporled Ibal
the municipality was at .preient get
ting water ihroigb nine large metres
and eight small ones, tbe majority of
which were not in working order., In
aome caaee tbe water was lowing
through lbs bypass and not through tbe
Stater at all. Mr. Hanes recommended
tbat isstefd of charging the district
for water according to lbe metre read
lags, tbe city should Hi the price ou a
tat rate buis u a charge for each
connection according to Ihe fixtures at
lacked io the houses. The suggestion
wu referred lo tbo water committee.
Mr. Hancs further re. i.miiiemjed Ibat
Fell avenue and Bewlcke avenue street
ends be filled in from Ibe high water
mark to the point southerly therefrom
about J60() /eet, ud that the work be
carried out oo the initiative principle
under section 64 of ihe Munlclptl Act.
The estimated cost of Ibe work Is
IWflM.
•Ueet Bui Lesse to Perry Company
A letlar emanated from the ttity
oflcos oa the qutetlon of thl laulng
of t|je Lonsdale avenue street eud. Thoi ther with a request for tbe widening
directorate requested the council to of 4tb street from Forbes avenue to
make the life of the lease aa lung as IBI. David's for which purpose 30 por
is possible under the Companies Acl
and alsu Ibat a clause be inserted re
garding tbe permission of renewal.
According to Clerk Shepherd, twenty
years was tbo longest period allowed
Aid. Dick was of. the opinion tbat
five years wss long enough st s nominal
rate.
Aid. Irwin saw uo reuou wby it
should not be granted for 80 years. Il
wu really lo the rity itself. He moved
secordingly.
Aid. Dick had no particular objection
to 80 years, but thought 6 years would
suit the case as well. The in might
come when Ihey might wisb to derive
revenue frum tbat slrect end.
Aid. Irwiu declared Ibal if 60 years
bad beeu pussible his motion wuuld have
beon for fifty years.
It was only s question of transact
iug busiucss belween two departments
of the city.
Tbe council tben voted on Ibe quel
Hon, 80 years being derided upou as
tbt term of Ibe lout at a -nominal
rental of one dollar a year. Aid.
Dick's wu lbe only dlasenlant voice.
Tbt mayor and clerk ware autborM
tbe fix tbo clly seal lo tbt lease.
Human and brriugrour wrote to Ibe
effect lhat Ibey wire Instructed by
Jack Loutit lo approach the rily on
cut. of tlie property owners were pre
pared lo give 10 feel un cither side
of the street.
The following reports of rutnmttli'cs
were Ibon received:
Board of Works
The committee considered eontrsct
entered into witb the B. C. E. B. Co.
fur supplying electricity to rock crush
er aud decided to recommend that Ihr
B. C. E. K Co. be advised tbat the
city do not require more powor to operate tbe rock crusher meantime and
that the contract be cancelled.
The committee recommend that 16th
street be cleared and graded between
chestrrlielil and Mahon avenues and
further tbat sldowalk bo constructed
on the nortb side of 1st street from
Bl. Andrew's avenuo to lot 84, block 16.
Tbo committee recommend that the
city engineer be instructed to prepare
plans and specifications of wbarf and
warehouse on Chesterfield avenue street
end.
Flrt wd Light
The commillee fixed Ibo following
scale of wagea for firemen and olber
officers of Ibe departineul: Firemeu com
incociiig, salary, 846; after one year's
service 870; afttr Iwo years' service,
♦ inciter Ihree years' Service, 660. A
THB 0. P. B. AND MOODYVILLE
A contemporary published In this
morning's issue tidiugs to the effect
that a force of mill mon had euinmencei
railway construction work at Moudy
vilie. A walk through that peaceful
region is : iitiii'ii'iii in dispel belief in
tbis rumor. Moudyville is still uu
tuurhed by 0, P. II. bands.
Aeruss the Inlet however, at Port
Muody, work nf the above description
Is in progress.
LONSDALE THEATBE
The llrsl performance fur this week
at the "Lonsdale" uffered a vpry an-
iis'iiu im v program. Edwurd Keith gave
a high class and very iimusing act in
which his line voice was uf great help.
Walters uml Murray from their entrance introduced an uct that win
"full ui life" uml kept une busy until
their exit. The closing sketch show
ed tho predicament uf u minister being
mistaken for a truinor of a racing
stable and wus most amusing; Miss
Marie Campbell gave an excellent pur
travel uf uu enthusiastic owner ul'
racing stud and wus ably helped by
Jean Mode and draco van Qordon.
The Qulileu Le Paige Company open
at this theatre ou Monday the i-il.
with the lirst of their extensive reper
toire of drama aud comedy. Visitun
lo tbo ''Lunsdule" will be highly
pleasod with this new vcuture ou the
psrt of the management, and it will be
found that North Vaueouver has one
of tbe strongest dramatic stock cum
panics fur its size, on the coast.
CLASSIFIED ADS.
LOST
tQ8T—Pocket bouk between 6lb
street and ferry ur in Posl ollice. Mr
T. W. Hrnolis. 161b west of Chester
field. 16-3
LOST—Frum tho Wallace Shipyard
Ltd. two sticks of timber 8x111x00 feet
fir. Finder 'will please notify tbi
above aud receive reward. .   t.f
POULTRY   FOB   SALE
FOB. BALE   Beltings  of  Mammolli
Pekin Ducks. Prize strain. Pboue 166
S. C. White Leghorn and Whiti
Wyandotte Eggs from my best layers,
11.60 per selling, 100 fur $7.60. Day
old chicks (17.60 per buudred. Plstl
Mclroae Poultry ltaucb, Venusdou,
Hauey, B. C. t.f.
FOB SALB (Miscellaneous)
yOS SityE-Open grato coal boat:
tf, cheap, good condition.      Apply,
Newman, cor. 16th and Bt. Andrew's.
JM
(FOE BA19 PPAP^-By ownor,
one horse (about 1,6*00 lbs.), one 3 Inch
tiro wagon, almost new; one ami one
half sets heavy harness; also 82 feet
motor launch in good ordor. Apply P.
0. Box 2333, or phono L185, Nortb
Vancouver. 30-8
FOB SALE-Ono lot of grocery
sholving mid eountor iu Lynn Valley.
Now in store lately occupied by A. B.
Flelcher. Cau be seen by applying to
W. J. Wilsuu, Assignee. t.f.
WANTED
WANTED—Boarders in private family, near ear. Apply til—IpA slroet
East. 18-4
WANTED-A junior clerk. Apply
Ci tl. Hiu\in. manager linnk of linm
ilton. 13-3
WANTKD—L'6-foot lot west uf Lousdale preferred; price and terms must
bo reasonable. llux A44, Express
Ollice. 133
WANTED
—Junior snlesludy
for
dry
Hoods store,
Apply The
Curry
Co.,
147
LoilSllalu    Avenue.
<
16-3
WANTBD—Quiet; elderly woman to
act as nurse sewing maid (good housekeeper kept) Bmull wugca, guud huuso.
Apply "Hulldene" 6th street wost. t.L
Agreements for Bale discounted.
Mutiey waiting. Lousdale Realty Co.,
536, Lonsdalo Avenue. Pbone 817.   t.f.
WANTED —By experienced man,
house cleaning, window cleaning and
all kinds of janitor work. Cau be well
recommended. Apply .1. Bearl, Brook
dale Lonsdale Hardens, North Vancouver. '     HM
FOE BENT
ROOMS FOR BENT '.-■Housekeeping
uud single.   'Hi 'liul street eut.	
FOB HENT -Furnished rooms, housekeeping or single, llu Esplanade West.
-18-3
FOB BENT—Uppof (hnt large unfurnished rooms, 118 monthly, 1648
iieslerlleld Avenue. 16-3
TO HENT-'Furnished six roomed
house for six mouths frum 1st of April.
Apply 248—6lh street cut. t.f.
FOB RENT Six roomed modern
limne ou iloiildi.' curner with guud garden. Apply James Hlake, corner 14th
sud Chesterfield. 18-3
TO BENT-Choicc modem suites on
3rd street. Apply Alex. Smith k Co.,
Nortb Vaueouver.     Bents 617.60. t.f..
Iht question of the damage occasioned j lieutenant lo gat $6 more md ciplain
to hit properly on 2nd Uriel, lol », W* ».»• "■»■» P '«*ul*' •"'• «'
block 187, D.L, 87), through tlw coun ', "*tm '<■» mn}9 melting lo service.
cil .hanging Ibt grade of tbe slrect. The committee recommend Ibat Fire
Tbo letter wu riftrred lo He elly ,('M*t Hndlay be paid 6110 per month.
ulltitol. The committee ■recommend lhat a cap
Th. VascouvirBblpnutert'isd Of ,Uio b' *Wmw ** Mfb W-
leers'   Association,  having  observed!
Ibat the Second Narrows bridge  »js
to be a low level bridge, wrote pointing
oot thai any bridge across lhe Becomi
Narrows should be ou tbt high level
c
EPWORTH LEAGUE
Ust   evening   the   EpWOrth   League
not lew lhan 100 feet above high wa-1 held Ha weekly meeting with a /air at
Ur l«el end without any swing or j tendance. Mr. Ogle will address the
draw . The lettfr wu referre I to tbo i seat meeting. Wanted-A (ull attend
Burrard Inlel Tufinel aod Bridge Co. iocs of members tnd adherents from
Mr. A. 0. Perry, local manager of;now on.   Everybody wolcome.
thl  P.   C.   E.  B. Co.,  Wrote  resenting
Iho council's inetAod of changing tho.
grade ol a street without ootifyirg tbej y. » g, <j, g.
company of sucb intention. _,	
The following tenders' were received j Tlia usual meeting of the C. E. So
for work on a sanitary sewtr ou lont- cltff mSl be held in St. Andrew's
dale avenue from tht waterfront lo cburefc teiight.    The topic will   be
lit itreet: Kennedy Bros., 19,16V,
Thompson k Stuart, 66,404; Irfdingham
had Cooper, HM9. Thi patter   wai
conducted by Mr. Houston. The sod-
tfl attend >to ill young people a hearty
invitation to attend tin ngnlai meet
tttuitl to ifn Bwrd of Worki toga-1 lag fttry Tuesday night.
FOB BALE--A few peus of pri/i
slock, Cuiumbisn Wyandottes, Colutu
biau Bocks, Partridge Wyandottes, Huff
Orpingtons, S. 0. White Leghorns. Now
bunking orders for eggs ami day old
chicks. Mrs. J. E. Lee, Lynn Valley
Poultry Vajds, Demptey itoad. |io>
2114, Nortb Vancouver.
PROPERTY FOR BALE
FOB BALE-Modem six roomed fur
uiahed bouse uu lllh street, two blocks
from car-a bargain. Phono 426. 123
FOB SALE 166 acres, 1100 per
acre. Lot 1164, Beymuur Creek. One
third nisii, balance I, 2 and I yeurs
W. J. Paseoe, 488 Bichards Street, Vun
couver, B. C, Telephone Bey. {4101-30.
» 18 3
FOB HALE Ileum,ml view lot
cleared level Ind in gran, I8lb street
close to Lonsdale, 68O0, '/i rash. Bee
Mrs. Haggarty, 683 Lousdale Ave. 6-4
FOB HALE View lol, Koilh road.
No. 16, block 24 663-61800- 1 :> cash,
60 ft, frontage. Apply P. 0. Box 66
Vancouver. 803
FOB HALE Double corner 6th uud
Chesterfield. Price 16,000, good terms
Apply owner, P. 0. Box Wit.
FOB HALE -Two splendid lots on
loth street, 100x126 to lane. S% blocks
from Boulevard and car. 61,600, I-a
cash   (I, 12.   Boi 1773, Express Office.
FOB SALE -By owner, (14,000 worth
of close in North Vancouver residence
property, below cost on good terms;
muit sell. Address F. 0. Boa 8888, or
Phone L126, North Vancouvar.     808
FOB SAIE-J* whole or In part,
1,000 lolly paid up shares in Burrard
Ctglt Company Limited /or (760 (par
value (l/)0o), No other stock can be
pyrcbated, Term to arrange. (Jilt
edge  dee. 0.^ Walker * Co,, Nor*
Vamwyar.
M
FOB RENT- Warehouse, First street
E., Mt. Crown Block, 20x6'). line en
franco on lease at (26 per month- Ap
ply to Led t Parowno, 'HO Richards
St. 201
MISCELLANEOUS
Got it at I.onsdale Phartnaey phono 21
tontmlk..
HklmW**
Fire wood, Capilano V, i.l.   the
old Cupilunu terminus, Keith ruad. Cor I
Woud und stove wuod, 14 and 10 inches
full measure, prompt delivery. P. 0.
Box lit, t>bouc 232. 12 4
B. C. Livery and Board stables -
Light rigs and ladies' saddle bortes
for hire. Stabling for horses. Oen
eral delivery and heavy teaming. II.
Dumu, 4th streot west. Phone 347 t.f.
NOBTH BIIOBE RESIDENTS- IF
you desire to sell your business or pro
perty of auy kind call or write us,
we have clients for clotein acreage
for subdivision. We cau got results
Mcllwaine k Delbar, 9 Jones Building,
4.07 Hastings St. W„ Vancouver, B. 0.
lamt Clearing and Orading Lots
Pete Andruss, General Contractor. 8c
wor connections a specialty, basement
and other excavating work undertaken.
Estimates free. 627 St. George's Ave.,
Nortb Vancouver, post ollice box 2883.
/
The Norlh Vancouver Dye Works
44 Lonsdalo Avenue, guarantee to do
u'good work at cheaper prices tban
you can possibly get in Vaneouvir.
Givo ua a trial, the result will ipeik
for itself    Fhose 107. -t.f.
Frank Pocbnl, ' General Contractor.
27th street betwoeu St. George asd
St. Andrew's Ave., land eleariug, grading, excavating. Foundations, cement
work a ipeeWty, AH work guarau
teed. Estimates furnished Itee. Givo
me a call. V. 0. Box 2386, North Van-
mm, B. 0. JM
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'EST VANCOUVER
The New Municipality
Quarter Acres on MARINE DRIVE
at $1000 each, fifth cash
Two acre blocks close to waterfront at
$2500 per acre
Five acre blocks overlooking Englis
from $500 per acre
We are WEST VANCOUVER SPECIALISTS
JOHN ALEXANDER & CO.
121 LONSDALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVER
And Corner Marine Drive and Marr Rd., Dundarave
PANAMA PAOOTO BXPOSITIQH
Tbo arci^ecinral commission of t\n
Vtptrm-PtfAAe   Intornatlonsl  Exposi-
tlm which It composed of Willis Polk.
FOUR  CHOICE  BUYS
66*136 cleared lot, St. Androw's and 86th feeing aouth, (186(1. One-
third, 6, 12 and 18.
liixpH clearc.Hot Uth (Boulevard) and St. George's, (2.100. One-
third, t, 12 and 18.      '
IOOiIH cleared lot, ISth (Boulevard) and St. Andrew's, (2750. One
quarter, 8, 12.and 18.
•17x107, cleared, few yards from I.onsdale avenue ear, (1,500, One-
third, tl, 12 uud 18.
Palmer, Burmejter & von Graevenitz, Ld.
(Alt TEUMINI'S NOUTH LONSDALE AND ('Oil. FIFTH St.
PHONES  71 and 36.
CAMBORNE TERRACE
ESPLANADE
Five Minutes ^yViWi (rom Ferry
TO BE LET
Conveniently situated FOUR-ROOMED HOUSES.   For
lull particulars apply to lhe agents—
PEERS & BOULT
Bank of Hamilton Building.
These comfortable , well planned houses are uow ready for occupation and provided with inuny conveniences socb ut window shades.
kitchen cabinett, clothes lines, garbage cans, eleetrie fittings, enamel
led  baths, W. C's., cement  wilks(.j.'lj:.    ...
CONNECTED WITH CITY   SEWEK
chairman, Olgrence It. Wl|4i W. B
Flavillo, h. C. Mullgardl, Qeo. W. Kel
ham, Thomas Hastlnga, Henry Bacon
and W. 0. liicbardsoa, reprassnting Mo-
Kjm, Meade and White, by unanimous
vote adopted the general plan for the
Panama-Pacific International Esposi-
tion, It ealll for an esplanade on tbe
waterfront, a great avenue-and garden,
a maiu court of honor facing the water
and running from nortb tb south, with
a dome at tbe southern end of it and
with a series of Interior courts. Tbs
interior courts will lie (he original note
of the exposition and unlike anything
heretofore planued. These courts will
be of similar site, four in number, each
court being troated by different architects on the commission aud tbey will
represent Ibe continents of the earth.
The governors of the various states
bave boen wired to send tbeir commissioners bere after tbe 14th ef neit
month for tbo purpose of selecting silos
for state buildings at tho Panama-Pacific International Exposition. Tbe state
of Oregon will send a large delegation
ou that day to choose a location for
its building.
The information bureau of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition is
now open and is well supplied with all
litorature pertaining to tbe big show
to be beld in Han Francisco in 1015, and
tbis literature can be had upou request.
was thi.lfPy to tho mysfwinns jourfiay
to Uusiia and tho Buddon.,wwiltl»..LiMl:
tonant flcprVedur was arrowed, and the
pair will, is alroady stated, shortly be
jlamd on trial for high treasnq.
WATMH PiffHPP
NOTIOK Is hereby given that an an
Itrtoy given mat an an-
Jr'""" Diatriot.      P,V,"°"
(a) Tbt name, address and occupation of the applicant—Corporation ol
the Oity qf North Vancouver.
(If for mining purposes) free Miners Cartlllcati Ifo	
(b) Tht name of the lake, stream or
source (If unnamed, the description Is)
—Outlet of Jllcg Lake.
(e)   The point of dl
of Dick I.u'
(Jf). Tht
for
point
eke
quantity of water
vertlon—Outlet
up)
•Pou
piled
iin oublo feat per aecond)   „
Ths obaraelir.uf tha proposed
works—Small dam at outlet of l.uke
if) Tht preinltti on whlcb the water (s to bs ustd (describe same)—City
of North Vancouver.
(g) Ths purpoaea for which the wu-
ttr it to bs used—Domestic and Municipal Purposes.
(h) It for Irrigation describe the
land intandtd to be.Irrigated, giving
eoraagi  	
(I) If thi wattr It to bi used for
power or mining purpettl deicribe tho
place whert thl Wattr ll to be'nlurn-
td to lomi natural channel, and the
'llifi'ii'iicc In altitude between point of
.iii. ii.i.'ii and point of nturn 	
(J) Area of rown land Intended lo
bi occupied by the propoiid worka ..
tk) Tbli notice waa potted on the
I0(h day of January, llll, and application will bt madt to thi Cominlislon-
er on lin lath day of Uaroh, ltl!.
(I) Olvo tba names and addroases
of any riparian proprlotors or llciniooa
Who or whon landi are likoly lo he
iiii'cii'i] by thi propoied workt, either
&bovi or below tht outlet—Jai. J
niii.ill. til Homer atreet. Vaneouver.
Weit Shore and Northern Land Co,
l.ul. Vancouver, Auguit Nelion, Eagle
Harbor. B. O.
CITY OP NQRTH VANOOUVKR.
(Signature)   THOUAS ■ SHEPHERD,
City  Clerk.
if    0.   Addrtti)   City   Hat),   Nortli
Va
il
ancouver, B. C
DICKINSON & SON, LTD.
Will Change that Old Store Front
SASHES, D00RS,'WIND0WS, MOULDINGS, CASINGS
/   Dickinson & Son, Ltd.
ESPLANADE EAST
P.O. Box 1719. Phone222
TAKE .NOTICE lhal the Council of the Corporation ofl theCity of
North Vuncouver intends to carry out lhe following works of IVjl/impruvo
ment under lection ti ut the Municipal Act and intends to asM|Vllie .final
toil thereof upon tbe real property fronting or abiilting IherconT^ud to be
benefitted therd,v. and that u statement showing the lands liubleVi pay
the'seid assessment und the names of the owners thereof, so far u eg* be
ascertained from the lost revised assessment roll is now ou file in the oflice
of the Clerk of tbe Municipality aud is o|itn for inspection duriug office
hours. Estimated City's
Street Work Cost Share
St.  David's from  Crescent  Street  to
Third' Street    macadamising      t 1800 t IM
St. Patrick's from waterfront to 3rd.        ■" 18(W 200
tit. Andrew'».floin waterfront n, Brd ~" «W iM—
St. George's from waterfront to 3rd.-        " ,. 1800 H0«
Rogers Ave. from Esplanade to 1st .. " 300 20
Chesterfield Ave. from waterfront, to 3rd " 1500 300
Mahon Ave. from Esplanade to 3rd.. "       . 1500 300
Esplanade .and   Crescent  street  from
St. George's to St. David's  .... " 4500 ?40'
Esplanade from  Forbes  to  Eonsdale  - >
Avenue       "" 11700 260
First street from Forbes to St. David's .
Avenuo ...,::'..'.  " '     16800 l«0
Secoud Streot from Forbes Avcuue to
St. David's Avcnrtr  " 8100 840
Third Street from Qwbensbury to Iiew-   '
icko Avenue ..-  " 14400 5000
Lonsdale Ave. from 10th street to city
limits    v,j  *' 6100 HO
Untitle Iron waterfront to Wth St. .     " * 25500 6400
J/ynu Valley road and Queensbury Ave.
/rom 3r4 Hreat to eity limits ....        " 13600 6200
Nortb Vancouvar, B- C, C- TAWJOT HA8MM,
February H, Wli. Acting City Clerk.
HAD MAP TATTOOED ON HE1
BACK
A True Instance of Women's Besourcc
Uudapest, March 3.—Before the inili
lary tribunal at I'osen a trial fol ln^l.
in n: sin ig shortly to be heard which Is
remarkable for its peculiarly romantic
features. Attached to Iho gurrison at
I'osen was a young and brilliant ollicer
named Lieutenant Seborveder, who had
the misfortune to be as poor as the
proverbial church mouse. He was deep
ly iu love with a young lady named
Ida Mullerthul. but owing lo Ilis po
erly the prospect of their becoming
united in wedlock was "ery remote.
The despair of the young lovers wai
well known to a Hussion secret sgent
who approached Lieutenant Scliorvedor
and offered him a chance of making a
large sum of money. Without any
beating aboul the 'bush, the agent
etplained precisely whet the Inisinm
was. "I will give you," he said to
the young officer, "a sirull fortune
♦86,000 for"a plan of the fortress of
Poses."
Denied by the offer, Ibe Lieutenant
agreed to tbe proposal, bul be found il
very difficult to carry out Iho task. His
circumstances wen commou knowledge
in Ihe garrison, ami he was
carefully watched. It wu impossible
for Iiiiii to purloin a plan of tbe for
tress and desplach it to Bussia, and,
after he bad cibaustsd bla ingenuity
without being able lo find a suitable
scheme for earning the templing re
ward, he look counsel witb bis intended
bride. Her woman's wit suggested s
way out of the difficulty. "You shall
laltoo Ihe plan of tho fortrest oo my
back," she said to bim, "and I shall
easily be able to travel to Bussia witb
it without being discovered."
Seborveder accepted tbe fantastic and
herfois suggestion. That same nigbt
wilb the bslp ef a needle and some In
'imii ink, he began lo tattoo an accurate
plan of the fortress ou the fair shoul
ders of Ida Mdlltrthal, Tbe painful
operation lasted tivcral sights. Sometimes the torture wu so seven tbat
the young woman bad le beg for mercy
and was allowed a little roet. Bu)
finally Ibe work was completed and
Ida Hullertbal could travel lo Russia.
carrying Ihe plan wilb ber in a place
where it was hardly likely lo be dis
covered.
Tbe iluasian agent bad informed the
military authorities of the fact tbat a
young lady was briijging some import
aut information aud Frauleiu Muller
tbal was received very kindly by Ihe
Governor of Warsaw. Removing her
coat and blouse, sbe turned her hark
to the governor, saying: "Here is Hu
plan." Tbt tiperlencod eye of the
general took iu all Ibe details at a
glance; a copy of line plan wu madt;
ami without a moment 'i hesitation thl
stipulated suas VU handed lo the dar
ng young woman, who,, let the ealte
of ber lover, had endured so much
pain aud undertaken suck * daring mission.
But with the vety secrecy witb which
Sshorvi'der had carried out his luk be
ho.l  otlfnelfil  su.pltini,    flj   y,,, teen,
moreover, in tbe company of the Russian agent, who wu well known in
I'osen. The silly extravagance in
which the young couple indulged wheu
Ida Mullcrtbal returned from Warsaw
confirmed the suspfciou wbicb had been
aroused. -Her dwelling wu searched
but without ally reiult and finally the
was arrested, although Ihere wu no
proof   that ahe had dose   anything
wrong- .   .
But the proof wu soon forthcoming.
In accordance with the priton rigula
tiou,/he had to be meuured and in
spaded for purposes pf identification.
Tbe game wu np. The incriminating
flan wu found oa her theoldert.   Tbis
WATBH   NOTICB
NOTICB li herehy given that in application will hi made under I'm V.
or the  "Water Act,  IHOU,"   to  obtain
a lie.'hit In the
rilvlilon of Diatrict
in) The name, address und occupation of the applicant -Corporation ol
tbi City of North  Vancouver.
(If for minion purposes) Free Miner's Certificate no	
(b) The name of < the lake, stream
or source III unnamed, the Oeacrlptlon
Is)—Dick Uke. elevation of 1S00 feel
above  Howe  Sound.
mi Thi point of dlverilon—At outlet of Lake.
Id) The quantity „f water up-
piled for (In cubic foot per second) ....
(a) Tbi character of tbe proposed
workt—Dam lo ba constructed across
outlet of lake.
If) The premise! on whlcb the water li to he uied nli sn iin; same) —
City of north Vancouvor.
purpoiei   for   which   lhe
JlltiJ—Diyncstle   and
.    urposei.
(h) If for Irrigation describe the
land Intended lo be Irrigated, giving
acreagi	
(I) If tbi walsr Is to bo used lor
powsr or mining purposes describe the
■I.n i where the waUr ts to he returned
io somi natural chanml. and Ihe difference 1j» altitude betw.in point of dlverilon and point ot return	
i)i Arw of Crown Laud Im.-ii.i..1 to
hi occupied by the proposed works—
l«» acre*-—— •
Ik) This malice wai positd on the
30th day of January, lilt, and application will be made to the Commissioner on the litb day of liurch. 1912
(l)' Give lbe n.un. s and addresses
of any riparian proprlitort or licensees who or whole landi are likely io
In affected by Ihe propoied vorka.
cither abovt or below the outlet Jus
J Mull,,ill III Homer I'tn.i Vancouver; wilt Short k Northern (.and Co
Ltd.. Vaneouvir; Auguit Nelion. Ragle
Harbor, B   C.
CITY OP NOHTH VANOOUVKR
tSlgnituri)    THOfcAB BHKI'HKRD,
City Clerk
City  Hall,  Norlh  Vancouver
isliy oi norm   vai
(g)   Ibe   purpi
fteter  If to  he
Municipal Purpon
The Houolirles aid Acta ol the Mu-
■lilfalllri
Commencing at a polnl In Burrard
Inlet, distant 8,3110 feel due soulb from
llu loulh-wtlt curlier post ol Ull
216; Ihinci due nortb Uie led to salo
south-west corner post of said Lot "SS.
ihence 1140 tctl, more or lull, lo Iht
north-wnt curnir of uid Lor Hi.
Ihence northerly through Lot 552, It40
tut more or leu. to tbi touth-west
cornir post of Lot (IS. thinci euterl.
along Un' norlb boundary of Lol 552.
1140 fill, more or lm, Io tbu north-
tut corner pott of Lot 562; (hence northerly along thi weit boundary ol lot
Ml, 1711 feet moro or llll lo the north-
wett cornir poit of Lot 511; tnence
.iii'U'iJy along tbi north boundury of
Lol 646, 1110 feet moro or lest. 10 ihr
ritith-iiii corner poit uf Lot M5
Lhcnco .sis.ii il. along tbe north boundary of Lot (41, 2440 fill more or lets
lo tbi north-cut corner noil ol Lot
(II. thinci eutirly along the north
boundary of ibi norlbmott porllon ol
Lol 111, 110 fut mon or loss to thr
north cast corner of tald porllon of I.o
111. lit feet more or leu lo 'hi noilh
iui cornir of laid portion, tbence
toulherly along Ibe tut boundiry ol
••Id north-must portion of Lot III
1019 fill mori or leu, to the south
well cornir of Lot 1(16, thenee eaiterly
along thi norlli boundiry of the loulh-
molt porllon of Lot III. 1170 feet more
or leu, lo tbi north -|ail corner of laid
soiiili moil portion of Lot III. thence
•outherly ilong Ihi eut boundary ol
Lot III. llll rill more or leu to Ibe
south-cast cornir poll of Lot 616.
Ibince westerly ilong tbi loulh boundary of Lot lit. 1110 fut inure or less
in thi ss.uiii w.sl cornir post of Lol
III, loinci southerly along the
Wilt duuiidiry of I.ol III. 1119 feel
ins'ie or lut. lo 'he loulh-wcit corner
of Lot III. Ihiuce iiilcrlv lion* the
•outh boundary of Lot 6(1, 110 fut
iiiule Or lell, (O the nurlh east eninei
post of Ml 171, thinci ipulhi'l'ly alonp
Ui nil boundary of 1.9 171. a distinct of llll I fut. to the north boun
dary of lhal part of uid Lol 171. Ihi
properly of Jobn Hendry Ihcnci will-
erly ilong the north boundary of Ihi
propirly of llic laid Hendry to Ihe eui
boundary Of Lot 174 thinci loulherly
along Ibi uid iut bounoary of Lot
IJl, to tbi high water mark In Burrard Inlel; Ibmci In tin iame line
southerly 100 fttt. and thenee weiicrly
In a ilratght line lo tht point of com-
raencemtnl, thi uid trael of land com-
nrlilng lbe following loti namely; 216.
271, ill, 171. except Ibi porllon thereof belonging to John Hindi v. the cast-
irly portion of Lot 6(2. and Lola 647
611. 641. 6M. 641. 646. (II and 111. and
tlie Million Inllun RcMrvt. sll illual-
ed In Group One. New WciitnlnHix
Dlilrlcl. togitber ,wlth (Ot. toretimn
In front, on lhe norlh shore of Bur-
rtrd fillet, af comprlicd within the
sold liouiidarlei of thi Clly of Norlh
Vancouver; Ibi tald tract of land I.elm'
tbowa on a map or plan of Ihi tald
City of Norlh Vs»hcouver. ieooillei In
Ibt Lenf Heglslry Office at thi City of
VincouVu.
tr) Approslniilcly tbi number of In-
habitants  *l»   tbouund   (4.000)
(l) Tbt Mac of thi oropoaid riwr-
volr for atofipt—Hlek Ink*
(t) Tbt ratane by which It It proposed to tton Ihi watir—Mature! itorag'
liv use of Isko add 'Ism
(u) Tb. aru of thi riurvolr ilie
or tiles K ucb foot In depth abovt
,gftoot-.kr outlit   M.I
I »,     -/       "   V.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.ui
*   h)        11 « 12.5
W        V -        "      14
l» </     *    • ■•'    j
BANK OF HAMILTON
Capital Paib Up M,W(M»»
Reserve apd Undivided Profile  3,600,1)00
Total Ai.iii'lii '  44,000,000
J.
IT |s not In Its power to purchase
thut tho greatest value of money
lies. The feeling of Independence,
uud of M.'i.'iirliy against the effects of
its4agrse fortune Hint a reserve fund
glvusyou, Is Infinitely more nullifying
than tbo paulng gratification wbicb
you would obtain by spending It.
.':iu.ill iiiiiiiinii.'i '.'■ liieti you will hardly miss—(le posl ted regularly, will gradually, but surely, accumulate .to a aum
large unough to Insure against the
effects of business reverses or loss of
employment.
li. a. iiuavi:n, Atiat,
North   Vancouver
THE EXTENSION
————————————
TELEPHONE
IN THE HOME
AN Extension Telephone
once installed proves
its value. It earns its
way every day, With an
extension telephone upstairs
you do not have to go downstairs to answer when the
bell rings. If you are upstairs you do not have to go
downstairs to call someone.
The service costs only a
little over 3 cents a days
with no charge for installation. Call COMMERCIAL
MANAGER, Phone 98.
■B
British Columbia Telephone Co.,
sLimiltd
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20 8
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Total 101' acre reel,
tjtoraae capacity 216,990.0110 gull.
iv)   How tt Is iu..i is.-il  lo acquire
the land necessary for the'purposo -By
purchase.
tw) Ai'i'i "■-iiii.ii' ly tlie number ot
acre /eel InlelideiL to be Impounded -
102.1 acre feet     '
(X) Whether II Is proposed lo lower ilu waler In any nuloiiil luke oi
atuudlng body of water nnd If so
ben:
II) The anticipated extent of the
lowering—Yes
(2) The n ■ propose'] to he adopted to lower und rellll-By conslrucllng a small tunnel
r3) The nature In character In
ilc lull of lhe worliu proposed lo be
i "in ' i' 'I   I" provide for Iho dis
bulge and penning buck of lliu wu
tr--Csnitrucllen of u dam
.'list,   lull.',, addressed   lo
THK MINISTER OK EDUCATION,
I'lirliiuni'iil Buildings,
Victoria, British 'Columbia.
BA1WABD  LAND  UIBTKICT
TAKK NOTICW Ihul t:oru Klna, of
Vanoouvsr, B. C, oeoupallon. iplniter.
Intends to apply for I'd mission to purchase tlie folluwIiiK described lands;
Commencing ul a post planted about 11
.clulni oast of the point of commencement, of T I.. ,30926, ond aloiiasldc a
surveyors nosl bcurlng number 216;
Ihence norlh no chuins. thenee eust
10 chuins, ibence south 10 chains
Ihence west 40 chuins. to polnl of com-
lui'ticioiteiii. contulnlng 320 acrei more
or less
C'lllA   KINU
QEOBOE VKHD1KR,
lllh January, 1912. A8<""
in'
i; 4
'   HAYWAKH LAND  DISTBICT
TAKK NOTICE thai Pilar lloy Ciuln
of   Vu on I     11    0.,   iiii ii,..illi.I.     lum
bermau, Intends lo uiiply for pernila-
•Ion to purchase the following descjlli
"I landi: Commenclna ul n pnsl pluiit
id at Ihe waler'l eotre. al the norlb'
wilt corner of pri-euiptlon 1141; thence
norlb 10 chains: Ihence will 40 chuins;
thence soulb 10 eluilnS; mon or leu
to water'i editi. thence call following
•horc Ilne lo polnl of commcnccmcni
con.»l„,nal20Facn,,tm?refor.es.
(JKOIIQB VKIIDIBH,
» A	
ilili January, IIII.
IO 0A»A»IAfJ >BOHITEOTS
Compatitlon for Nas^tTnlvarslty Build
lugs, to ba Erected at Foist Oicy
Jftar Vancouvor, Britlab Columbia.
The Oovernment, of British Columbia
invite Competitive i'lans forlhe gencr
al scheme tad design for the proponed
new University, togotber with more detailed iTatts for lbc buildings to be
creeled drat al an .estimated cost of
♦1,800.000.
Ptl/M ot 110,000 wi|l be given for
tbe most successful designs submitted.
Particulars of the competition and
plan of site may be obtained on request
Irom tba undsrslgucd.
TU daslgns to ba sent iu by July,
COAST RANGE ONK, LAND DISTRICT
TAKK NOTICE Ihut Qeorge Verdler
of Vancouver, U C, occupation, timber
cruiser. Intends to unply for permission to purchuse the following ilescrlb-
ed lands: I'oniiiicnclng al a poll plunled
10 chains soolb of.tbe norlli oust cor-
er of T I..38261. ihence eust 40 cbalna,
thence norlb SO chuins. thence wesl 80
chains Ihence sooth to chuins Ibince
east 40 chuins, thenee loulh 40 cbuins
to point of commencement, contulnlna
480 acres more or less
,,„  , UKOHOK VKHDIKH   .
9th January, 1912 '
HAl'WAltD  LAND   DISTRICT
I AhK NOTK'H ibul Alice I'earcc Hal-
well, of Vancouver, ll (•., married woman   In ends to amdv for pirinlssloii
0  purchuie   the   followln
lunds:
at   Ibe
ring
I'cnnlsrluli
'Is  I"  ills,  ,I
..    _-....__%    kH_    (...K.ni.iM    uescnoeo
lunds: 1 oninnnelng pi a post plained
al lie south-eosl corner oft I, No
J0I6I, thence west 10 chains, Ihence
loinii 80 chuins, Ihence casl 10 clulni
Ihence norlb 40 chains, thenci east lo
chalna, to watofl edge, thenee north
40 eholns nlon? ihnre to point of conr
mincimint, eontalnlng 4l0 acrei more
or less
ALICK   I'KABCE   HA8WKM,,
OEOROE VERDIER,
isii.   Jinuory, 1912. Ag*"'
SAlW/iiltl)  LAND  DISTRICT
TAKK. NOTICK   lhat   Robin   Duff
Klnrnpnd, of Vuncouver, B. C,
tion. broker, Intend! lo apply for'uer-
mission   to   purchase   the   toUoWlnp
Hon, broker, Intend! lo'apply' for ne
mission   lo   uurchaae   the   following
deicrlbed landi: Commeneing ar a poll
1  ..   1     .   .X     mvumnaanig ar a post ,
planted at   the loulb-wei. corner of
jot numbered 67, thence nonh 60
-ha ns. thence well 10 cnainS, Ihence
south 60 chains to waters eife. Ihence
eaat following water'i edge to pjliii of
commencement, containing 160 acres
more or leal.
"UK Ipp
10th January, 19JJ. A**"'
COAST RANOK ONE I-AND««IBTRICT
iKB NOTICE that Billot Alexander
Huswell of Vancouvar, B. O. occuoa-
Hon. broker, Inlindl to apply for permission I" purchase me following described lands; Commencing al a post
planted about, JO chains south of I he
north-emit cdrncr otlol ll, and ift
thi corner south of tbe aforeauld co?-
ncr. thence norlh 60 chains, more or
less to corner of T. h. 81261, ibmee
eaat 80 chuins, ibince aouth CO chains.
Hi. ine west it enatni to nolnt of commencement containing 409 acrei more
or loss.
SUJOT ALEXANDER HASWELD,
OEOROE VERDIER,
Ith January, llll. A'wt m——————______
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 i
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At Terminui of Capilano Car Line
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AND TERMINUS OF CAPILANO CAR LINE
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TIME TABLE TAKWU BFFBOT MAEOH 1st, IBIS.
Laavo
•6.20 A.M.
•6.40
•7.00
•7.20
hii
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•8.40
m ■
8.40
10.00
10.20
10.40
11.00
11.20
' 11.40
12.00
12.20  VM.
12.40    .
1,00
1.20
1.40
tM    '
2.20
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IT
huve North  Vancouvsr
2.40
I'M
•6.00  AM
2.20  PM
3.00
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8.40
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4.00
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0.80
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6.40
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0.20
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1.00
6.40
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OIL TANKSJATISFACrORY
On 8»t«ritw, Manager Haaril, on
bolialf of tbp 0|ty Forrios, examined
nnd tested tbe threo oil tanks tbat
have jnit been WpWd by UiDmigltf
Jenkins, Engineer*. Bo reported
tbom to lie entirely satisfactory. Tlie
tanks will be Installed in tbo ferries
wben tbey are equipped for oil fuel.
Improvements are now being earned
out qn tbe Viineouver wbarf on lines
iiiii! nil| provide means wboreby pas-
singers may disembark tojtbout dodging tbe teaks. /
PANADA'S    INTBEEBTB     AMPLY
BAFEQUABDED BAYS COMMISSION
Hive to Divert Water Qf Lake Michigan Into   Chicago   Drainage Canal
Brings up Anothor International Qui
tion Botweeu States and Oanada.
(From our own correspondent)
Montreal, March 1.—A move on the
part of tbe city at Chicago to divert
moro wator from Lako Michigan
through its drainage canal has roused
tbo shipping interosts of Montreal to
heights of great excitement and pro
testa from all parts of Cauada have
boon pouriug into tbe offices of tbe
shipping federation horo demanding
that strong representations die mado to
tho govorumeut at Ottawa in complain!
of the plan the Americans are prepar
ing to put into effect to rob Canada of
her natural resources. It is contended
that if tbe idea of the Cbicagoeaus
is allowed to become a fact the depth
of water in tho channel from tlio great
lakes to Montreal will bo matorially
affocted. The plaus havo already been
i'l.-"' i before the l' ;■ government at
Washington, but owing to the ojipoii
tion waged by Canadian interests no
action bas as yet been taken on them.
Sinn' tbon the Canadian government
bas announced tbat nothing can bo done
until the International Waterways
Commission'|iss given its unction aod
tbo Canadian section of that eommis
sion bas inferred tbat Canada's rights
will be amply nufeguarded wheu it
comes to a uliuw down os tu whether the
watora of the Oreat 1-akca shall he
used for swilliug out Chicago's tilth or
for navigation purposea.
Unlike the Long Sault dam question
tbis proposition absolutely becomes s
menaco lo navigation, for it diverts wa
ters from navigable channels and never
returns them. In the case of tbe Long
Siiuli no water is diverted and tbe
cumpktion .nt the plaus would actually
bo an aid rather than a hindraneo to
navigation. Tho Chicago people want
lo divert 6,000 additional second feet
of .water from Ibe lakes. As the wa
ter level of the Ureat l.al.i s. for some
years past has heeu below normal level
aud as navigation hss been extreme
ly difficult, Canadian shipping Interests
consider Ibe Chicago application ex
tremely dangerous lo lbc Dominion.
Through Ainbsssador at Washington
tbe hearing of the case bu been post
poncd until March 21, when it is expect
ed that a large array of Cauadiau lc
gal talent will present itself at tbe U
8. capilal lo put forward Canada'i
claim.
BA8T CAfHANO UWHW&
FATHEB OF OltfEMATOOBAPHV
Considerable disc union has been go
ing on for aome time past as lo wbo
originated tbo cinematograph. Claim
ants to tbe distinction have tame for
ward, but after careful investigating it
would appear that the honor really belonged lo an Kuglisbnian, Kdward Muy
bridge, wbo emigrated from Kingston
on Thames iu the 'forties' and settled
iu California, where later on be ob
tenaid an appointment ai photographic
surveyor of tho Pacific eoaal.
The firsl moving picture wbicb be
produced wai really Ibo outcome of
a wager msde between the Governor
of California (Lelaud Stanford; and a
friend aa lo whether a horse ever has
four legs off the ground at tbo same
lime wben running Muybridge was
asked to settle tbe point. Ue placed
24 cameras in a line to cover each
movement of tbe horse snd rider, tbe
earners shutteis being moved by cou
nn'!mp pieces of siring wbicb tbe anl
mai troke ai he passed. Tbs result,
wu a aeries of pictures showing rap*
movement of the horse. It settled tbe
argument, for Muyl^lJgo wu able (o
show tbat, eicept when jumping, the
horse never bad all bis feel off lbc
ground al oue lime.
Tbis experiment caused Muybridge
to tblnk what an interesting thing It
would be lo present Ua photos in mo
tion. To do Ibis be copied the method
made familiar to many in tbe toe
trope. This toy wu a puteboard cylinder, with slits iu tbe upper section
and wben it rovolved rapidly It reproduced drawings apparently in motion..
To reproduce tbe effect upou a icraen
using photographs, wu a mechanical
feat which wu finally conquered, the
ntovemenls of lbe horse bslug jbown,
but no background.
This wu before the introduction of
tht flexible llm for Ihe camera, ud
before rapid photography had bun
developed. Muybridge lived to see tbe
wonderful moving picture of today,
and died in ml it bii home in Knglend.,
Ht left witb tho official! of the com
munlly asd hit friendi the photographs ud much of the apparatus uaed
in bii^xperlments.
Tkt Katepayers1 Association of Hast
Capilano met last Wednesday evenigp
In tho achool bouse ant) several mat
tvrtot' imitortance were thoroughly dii* ■
cussed and teveral resolutions will go
Into the council for tbeir consideration
ft the next sitting of that body, and
no donbt Capilano will benefit considerably as ft consequence. Tbe engineering
department seems to be a bone of contention bnf no doubt a littlo closer nt
entiou to b»*iness will straigbton
things out all o.k.. The waterworks
to 600 Is not progressing fast enough
considering tho fine weather. Qet busy
and get tbe pipes in wben tbe weather
is fine bocause working in water ia nol
a paying proposition. Tbe forming of
a voluntoer fire brigade wu thoroughly I
gone into and will no doubt be satisfactorily arranged. Thanks to the council
wa ire going to bave a regular police-
man in tbis district and tbat is very
satisfactory. We hope to bavo a very
busy season bore tbis yoar and ob you
Capilano road, it neods fixing, oapccially
u far, ua tbo second canyon WiMf
evorybody goes. At one time it Inulr
td as if several militant suffragettes
bad beeu turned loose, but tbo chair
man witb the asaistanco of several of
tbo members managed to keep the win
dows intact. Two new members wore
enrolled and wo bave every confidence
in ourselves and council for absolute
success for Capilano for the present
torm.—Com.
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STOPS GOUbHB mice, as cents
of Commerce
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NOW 6PEN FOR BUSINESS IN
NORTH VANCOUVER
New Branch of the Bank located on the
Esplanade, near Lonsdale Avenue, in the
premises formerly occupied by Patterson,
Goldie & Clark.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
TRANSACTED
Interest paid on Savings Bank Deposits of
One Dollar and upwards. Withdrawals
may be made at any time. Small deposits
welcomed.
Capital $11,000,000      Rett $9,000,000
I. A. FOBSTEB, Managor North Vancouver Branch
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Mahon, McFarland & Procter, Ltd.
GRAND BOULEVARP
CLEARED 50 ft. Lots in Blocks 226 and 227;
$900 and $1000      1-4 cash, 6, 12, 18 months.
50 ft. LoU in Blocks 230 and 232a; $630, $700
and $800 1-4 cash, 6, 12 and 18 months
Phone 6286
543 Pender Street, Vancouver
NOTICE
TO HOLDERS OF NON-REGISTERED AGREEMENTS FOR SALE
•
Contrary lo the usual practice the Assessment Notices for
1912 have been sent to die registered owners of property
according to the Land Registry records.
Up to the present, purchasers have been in the habit of
notifying the rity authorities that the property had changed hands
so that notices of assessment and taxation should nol go aslray.
This form of registration of owners has heretofore been deemed
sufficient for city puiposes, but owing to a recent decision the
city council is advised by its solicitors to recognise these owners
only who appear oirlljc records of the Land Registry Office.
Unfortunately a great many never register their deeds or agreements.
The North Vancouver Land and Improvement Company
hat received numerous assessment notices for 1912 for property
which it has sold and which has since changed hands two or three
limes.    •
The Company, therefore, desires to notify persons who have
purchased from it that they should take steps to ensure notices
of aueument and taxation being sent lo diem so that they may be
come aware of the value at which they are being asseued and
pay taxes at they fall due.
The North   Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company
v Limited Liability
'   543 PENDER STREET. VANCOUVER, B. C.
Phone 6266
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Batea of Bnbacriptioni-One year, HM.  Six months, Jfle.  Tbree monthi, 86c,
United SUtea and Foreign, HM pey-mi.
Advertlelng Bates WW Be Quoted ou Application.
The Express le devoted to tba intereata of tbe North Shore ot Burrard Inlpt
excluaivoly. It constitutes an advertising modiuin of exceptional value for
reaching in a thorough and effective manner the population of North Vaneouver
Oity ana Diatrict. Evory effort is made to give advertisers tba most satisfactory
eervico. . '
All changes ln contract advertisements sKouJd.be In the printers' hands not
later than 10 a. m. Monday and 8 p. nt. Wednesday to ensure iniertlon in tbe
following lune.
Nortb Vancouver, B. 0 ...J ....Marcji 18, 1618.
BAILWAY   DEVELOPMENT   ON   A
SYBTEMATIO BAKU
It would probably be well within tbe
mark to say that- there will lie two
thousand miles of railway in the hands
of the contractors and under construe-
tion in British Columbia during the
year 1013. It is likewise well with
in the mark to say that four fifths of
this will be due to the policy of tho
provincial govonlment.
Tho Orand Trunk Pacific has an
iiiiiiiii'i'il that contracts are about to be
let for the connecting up of the ends
of their lines whieh bave been under
construction from the east and from
the west, that from the east having
reached Tete .luane Cache in the
Bocky Mountains, ami that from the
west having reached Aldermere about
one hundred miles east of Prince
Bupert. Tbo distance between these
two points is a little more than four
hundred miles. The Canadian Northern is at present rushing the construction of their Hues on the mainland
running from the Yellowhead Paas
down the North Thompson river to
Kamloops and thence along the Fraser
river to New Westminster, the total
length of which will approximate 600
miles. It is reported that tbere is an
army of workmen numbering seveu
thousand at work on this line. The
railway policy of tho provincial government us adopted by the recent session,
involves the construction nf approximately 8.10 miles of new railway, not
hitherto authorised, with respect to the
greater portiou of which—tbat from
Hurrard Inlet to Fort George—Premier McBride bas stated that he expects
that it will be under construction with
in aixty days. In addition to these
lines, there are several hundred miles
on Vancouver.Island and in tbe interior
of the province which are now under
construction in fulfilment of the government's policy of two and one ball
yeara ago.
Tbe railway policy of the provincial
governmeut is uot sectional iu any
nine. It is not designed for tbe pur
pose of catering to merely the local
demands of any particular portion of
tbe province. It bas been carefully
planned so as to avoid favoring any
one ii . nm. at tbe expense of any other
section or sei'tious of the province. It
is, aa tbe premier has declared, not
ouly provincial in the broadest sense
but it is likewise Canadian and Impel
ial, in iti relationships. Those rail
wayi for which provision was made in
the.legislation passed at the recent session of the legislature and upon which
tbe government is now appealing Ip the
country, are but an extensiou of a
comprehensive scheme which was begun with the legislation passed up
wards of two years ago. The evident
intention of the governmeut is to carry forward this great Bchcine as time
and the financial condition of the province will allow, until the whole pro
vine* is iu posseision of a splendid
system of railways, overy portiou of
which has been constructed as au integral portion of a well designed whole.
The policy of the government ii the
direct opposite of a patchwork under
taking, being systematic, businesslike and ..st. N:.'. nt from first to last.
Tbe very energy and enterprise
which Premier McBride and his asso
elates are displaying in facilitating
the development ol the province, pro
vides the captious critics of the government with an opportunity to biut
at "laviili expeuditurei of the fneplt'l
money," aod lo insinuate tbat the
government's policy ii "handing the
niiintrj- over to Ibo great railway cor'
porations" and kindred statements of
a general character, but the electors
of the province are not to be misled
by iuch high sounding generalities.
Wheu the policy of the government is
carefully analyzed, it will be found to
be sane in overy respect and to safe
guard the interests of tbe .people io
every particular and tba voters of the
l'f". iin i' will not be found slow to ap
preciato an administration which mam
fcsled such conspicuous ability io deli
veriiig tbo province from a state of
abject penury and placing it In Ibat
position of wealth and prosperity sarb
aa British Columbia at present enjoys -
t poaition to wbicb tbe eiectnrs are Indebted for tbe faet tbat tbe province
ia capable of undertaking a policy of
progress and development auch aa il
Imperative at the present juncture.
Difference* al opinion will inevitably
ariae between thoae ^rbo view matteri
ttem differing point* tt. view <*ad every
■I
opinion which is fortified by intelligent
and specilir reason is worthy serious
consideration, but those who set for
themselves tbe task of advorsely criticising the government and its police
will find it futile to adduce only
meaningless platitudes aB against tbe
definite and substantial propositions
which that policy embodies.
CHEATING A CIVIC OENTBE FOB A
GEEAT OITY
The manner in which mistaken policy
in the matter of a city duriug the early
days of civic administration may involve the municipality in great inconvenience and heavy expense, is forcefully exemplified in the operations
which the city of New York bas in
hand looking to the creation of a becoming civic centre for that great
metropolis. Tbe Scientific American
bas an instructive article in Its current issue uuder tbe caption "The
Creation of a Dignified Civic Centre in
New York." The article is accompanied by two half page illustrations
published on the outside cover page.
The piece of land involved is an irregular strip located at the terminals ot
the Brooklyn bridge and lying betweea
Broadway, Chambers Street, Centre
Street and Park Bow. This is the original city hail site, but upou it sovcral
other buildings had been allowed to be
erected. It is uow found necessary to
pull down or remove these buildings
in order to devote the property entirely to the occupancy of the uew city
hall and for tbo purposes of a city hall
park. About this park will be located
the new municipal building (now under
construction), tbe new court house,
the post oflice, the head offices of tbe
Hiiiiil.hu bridge terminals and other
structures of a civic or semi-civic nature. The expenditures entailed by
Ibis great undertaking are not elated,
but it is evident that the figures must
present a formidable sum.
The experiences of New York in
this important particular may well serve
as an object lesson to thoso cities
which aro now in the early stages of
development and who have yet before
them the privilege of formulating their
plans and proceeding with the build'
ing of their city upon lines approve)
by modern idess and methods of city
building.
Jn the list of those cities which en
joy tbis desirable advantage, the name
of Nortb Vancouver finds place. It
would be easily possible for this city
to purchase the neceaaary property al
the present time for a sum of money
that within a few yeurs would be considered a mere bagatelle, in view of
tbe advantage obtained and to lay out
plans for the creation of a civic centre,
such as would not only be of the great
eat convenience from the standpoint
of the transaction of civic business for
all lime, but would likewise constitute
one of the architectural features of the
ily and would give the cily a distiiir
live place for the future among Ihe
lilies of the Pacilic coast Tbere arc,
loubtless, reasons which might be adduced in favor of a postponement of
this important matter for a few years
and yel. there are undoubted advau
(ages in proceeding al an early date to
aecure tbe site which appears al present
to be tbe proper location for "a dignified civic centre for the city of North
Vancou ,'er."
B. 0. OAZBTTB
Hi* Honor the Lieutenant Governor
in Council ba* been pleated to appoint
A. C. Btewart returning officer for tbe
electoral district of Vancouver city.
Alio Alexander L. McQuarric, M.I),
of New 'We*tmin*ter, to be roroner for
the provinro in tbe place of Edwin ].
Hotbwell, M.I)., resigned.
Tho*. McPberson, B.A., M.D.C.M., tl
Kovclatokc, to be a medical health officer fer the province.
John 8. I'luie, jr., to be stipendiary
magistrate for tbe county of Westminster.
To be notaries public: William A.
Scott of Vancouver; Albert B. Mallory,
et Lund; Allan F. Croaimau of Underby
and Reginald G. B. NacKenit* of Van.
couver.
G. W. Mowat to be a deputy mining
recorder for the Fort Steele mining
division. •
If. C. Ncwendorp, of Flagstone, to oa
a commissioner for Uking affidavit! io
the supreme court,
CertiAcatei of incorporation    bt/e
boen issued to th* following compiles:
Abbotsford Temple Oo. Ltd., A. h.
Olta Oo. Ltd, B. 0. Printing and Lithographing Oo. UA., Canadian k American Contracting k Inveatmant Oo. Ltd.,
Genera,! Iuveitment Corporation Ltdi
General Bealty Co. Ltd., Globe Market
Co. Ltd, Groundhog Antbraelte Coal
Co Oo. Ltd, Irvint Place Syndicate
(ltd, and Sing Edward Hotel Ltd, Last
Weet Lumber Cu. Ltd, Lena 'aland
Coal Oo. Ltd., Manitoba Loan and In-
vostniont Oo. Ltd., Morrison Steel
and Wire Oo. Ltd, Ut. Pleasant Fur
uituro Oo. Ltd., Newport Sawmills Ltd.
Newport Brick and Tile Oo. Ltd,
(jitiiin Kleclric Co. Ltd., Hiiiniiicrlund
Telephone Oo. Ltd, Tbuntone Heath
Lumber Oo., United Bonanza Mines
Ltd, and Weit Coast Truit Oo. Ltd.
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SUICKLY  OTOP* COUOH*. CUBIi COLOt,
MUU THK THBOAT tM UWO*. It CtMIt
'Jeorgu. services ai li u in. unu I tn
y in Sunday School and Bible I'lasa at
3.30 pin Prayer and praise stavlc*.
Wednesday at I p.m.    Pastor, Rev. A.
CHURCH NOTICES
MIH'I'II  HSI III Hill.
II. Andrew'* I'mb,lrrl«» I buret,
Keith Houil -Services; Morning 11.00;
evrnlnii. 7 It. Adult Bible I'lua*, 18.30
Sunday School, 8.30 V.P.B.C.K., Tueaday, at t |i in Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,    ul    I   p.    in       i'lullr    Pill 'line,
Friday, at t p.m. Itev. Iluuald Macelotl,
Minister
Hcibodlai rtorca - r.u ncr ol Ith and
St. il. ..ine Sunday Services. 11.00 a.m.
and 7.30 inn Sunday School and Bible
I'liiHH, 310 p.m. Seiiinr I.eagge, Monday, 8 p.m. Prayer and Praia* Service,
\'.'e.ine;.ilny, 0 p.m. Junior League,
Tliuraday afternoon at 1.10. raster,
W. C. Schlltcbor,
ll. Acne* i bureh — Corner ' llth
and Boulevard Morning at 11 am.,
evening at 7.10 p.m. Holy communion,
flrat Bunday In month at 0 a.m.; flrat
and third Sundays al 11 a.m.; Sunday
School al .i mi p.m. Kev. Thomaa I'l
Howe, Vicar.
Salvation Armr.- I.onsdale Avenue
Sunday services, 11.00 a.m., 3 p.m. and
1 It p.m. Tuesday, I p.m.; Tliuraday.
I p.m. Children's Service, Wednesday,
I p.m.
baptist i'turck—Twelfth and St.
lieurge.    Services at 11 a.m. and 7.10
Wedneeday at I p	
3. i'i'"■■■ i. 13th and St. George
It. Jolia Ike Bnugdl.l, Ith and llth.
Holy Communion, I mu Nomina
Prayer, II a.m. Evening Prayer, 7.10
p tu    On the flrat Sunday In the month
ii  will bo a second celebration ol
the Holy Communion at II a.m. Rector.
Hev. Hugh Hooper.
II. Kduuud'a (alkollc (kurek, Malum
Avenue. Sundays—Mass. i a.m. Sunday School, 1 lie c in Kosary Benediction and Sermon; 7 SO p m
Indian (.Hollo Ckurek ef II. Paul's.
Musa, 7 S( am. Sundays Paator, Bev
K   Peytavin. O.M.I
Mill l Jl I.ONIDAI.B.
m. Tki>m*a.—I a.m. every Sunday
except flrat Sunday In monlli 110 am.
first Sunday III month 11 am, Matins.
Litany and sermon, aecond and fourth
Sunday. Holy Communion and acrmon.
oui and third Sundaya. Vicar, Bev
T. E. Rowe
Prcakylerlan I kurek—Sundays. 11 a
in and 7 30 pm Sunday School and
Bible Class 3 30 p.m. Teacher*' Training Class, Wednesday 7.10. Prayer
ii... Hun. Wednesday I pm. Boys'
Clui, Thursday 7.30 p.m. choir practice. Friday. I pin. II Van Munaler.
MA ,• paator
I.VNN min
Neikudlat Church. — S«rvlces every
Sunday . v. niii,. In the new church, al
7 o'clock.
Freakslerlai Ckurek. -Worship. Sundaya. 11 .im Union Sunday School
3 30 pm Prayer meeting. Tueaday S
inn    Teachers' Training Class Friday
30 n in    H Van Munaler. MA., paator
IS. i 1.1.,..,!'., (Anglican)—Holy communion, tat Sunday In month. II am.;
evening prefer, every Sunday. 7 00 p
ni ; choir practice. Wednesday, 1.00
pin    Rev. Arthur E  Bruce, vicar.
WE COULD
Paper the World
Irom our stock ol now Wall I'apars
ao it aeeme. Every day aome new
design arrived to fill the vacancy
of thoae closed out.
Handaome Wall Paper*
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hart in endleae variety.    Just
our salesman (or what room
you want the paper and he   will
•bow you juat the pattern you in
looking for.
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T.o  ebooae Irom our stock ia a plea
aura, to pay our price is easy.
W. H. STONEY & CO.
117 lonadale Avenue Plow I III
VIII M YEA"
XPHIINCC
IflMtifcf KseNr.   Ureses te
'A%BtfB.{
50 ft lot  ■ Third Street
Wtt pf Pflwr H«>mf>i
$4700
One-third caih.  A safe and sane buy
ELDER MURRAY CO., LTD.
Phone 37, Norlh Vancouver, B. C.
30 Day Trial Offer
If you have never tried a
SAFETY RAZOR
and would like to do so
Now is Your Chance
The Auto Strop Razor
is the Best made
Try one for a Month, if vou
don't find it so, return to us
and get your money back
JOHNSTON & SALSBURY
THE HARDWAREMEN
90 Lonidale Avenue      Next to P.O.
Close to C. P. R. Route
We can offer for a few day* only, some choice
lot* at the price of $500 e%ch, on terms of one
third cash and the balance in 6 and 12 months.
For further particulars ol the ahove and olher business and
reiidentisl propertiei iee
C. E. LAWSON & CO.
Phone 70
15 Lonsdale Ave.
P.O.Box 1816
Support Home  Industry
and Build up North Vancouver
THB
Seymour Lumber Co.
LTD.
Have their mill operating in lhe mountain and can give
* IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
of all kinds of Rough, Dimension and Kiln Dried Lumber
Moulding and Finishing Lumber.   Second lo none.
PHONE 30
Office: Corner Sutherland Avenue and 17th street.
Tske Queensbury Car (Yellow Label).
NO ORDERS TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL
TO BU1LDBH8 AND HOMBBBBEBB8      '
I have aome very flue building bj/J,
It will pay you to buy ono ami build
ii house ^or utile or for your own occu
pation.— '       . i ...
Two on 17tli stroet cleared in Off  "
560, $1,801) each. ■
Ono on -Hill streot, Boulevard, in
1). h. lit, $1800.
Two on St. Qeorge's road (double
corner) cloared, both for $8,600.
Throo on 30tli street lu p. Jj. 848,
$000 each.
Two on Ititli streot, near Lonsdalo
Avouuo, $1,800 oacb.
Ono ou Larson Avonue, 1). L. 647,
$1,101). .\
Ono 28 ft. lot Und streot, iu 1). L.  '
274, $8,160.
All on special .terms to suit those
winking to build.    Apply to.
Alexander Philip
Financial Broker
CLUB BLOCK, ESPLANADE
i iiii"- Phone 10        House Pbone 867     '
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TAKE NOTICE that at the noxt'
sitting of tho Board of Licensing Com
missiouors of tho City of North Van- '
rum ri, I, lli'tin Larson, intond to apply for n retail liquor or bottle liceuaa
for tho promises kuown and doscriboif
us dumber Ono Hundred and four (104)
Esplunndo West in tho City of Nortli
Vuncouvor, B. 0.
Dated at North Vancouvor this -'.'lnl
day of January, 1812.
£8-2 HENBY LABSON.
APPLIOATION   FOB   LIQUOB   LI
OBNBB
''■.sill- s is. hereby givon tbut the up-
dorsigtti'il iiiteuils to apply at the noxt
.'iiiiiiiinv sitting of tbo Bourd of Licensing Commissioners of tho City of
North Vuncuuver for tho issuo to bim
of a rotuil bottle licenso for and in respect to premises to bo eroded anil
situate on lot 7, block 158, District
Lot 274, in said City of North Vancouver.
Dated this 23rd day or Jauuary,
1012.
12-8                       TOM BOOTH.
 £_
APPLIOATION   FOE   BOTTLE   LICENSE
NOTICE is hereby given that at the
next meeting of the Board of Lieous
ing Commissioners for tho city of North
Vancouvor I shall apply for a bottle license on 1st street east, lot 7, block
166, D. L. 274.
Dated at North Vancouver the 16th
■ Iny of January, 1012.
J B. TEEVEN8.
APPLIOATION    FOB    BETAIL
BOTTLE LIOENBE
NOTICE is hereby given that t|ie
undersigned intends lo apply for a.'o-
Isil bottle llconse ut tho next meeting
of the Hoard nf Licensing Commission
ers for Ihe City of North Vancouver.
Premises now being erected on lots A.
B and (!, subdivision of lots 16, 17, Iti
and 10, block 166, District Lot 274,
North Vancouver.
Dated this 0th day of February, l»ltf
C. It. WILSON.
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History repeats itself more often than
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a stunt}' Sabbath, uvou thus early in tlio
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twofold. North Vancouvor was "at
homo" lo au iucreased number of worshippers. The struct curs curried considerably moro souls than a week agn,
while the forrloa were utilized by
about nine thouiund people.
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lie has apparently beckuited Mr. Sum-
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Dining Sets of 5 small and
I arm from $14.00 per
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Bedstead, Spring and Mattreis, complete for $8.50 up
Dressers at cut prices, $8.50, $9.50, $12.00, $15.00
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Matinee Saturday, 2:30. *    Box Office open 10 to 12 a.m. and 6 to 7 p.m.
PRlCES~15c. and 25c.
E.A.aHl,M*M|er
■     til   ■fHllf I.l    IH*   I
Uii Friday aftornoon Gordon Edwards
an omployoo of Linton's boat Jiuild-
iug I'lstnliliiiliiiii'iil, obsorvod tbo body
0/ a man floating in tbo Inlot. Tbo
approximate location wberu t|io body
win sigbtotl was about a quarter of a
mil.' v.it,t of Port Moody. Mr'. Edwards was ib 11 launcb alono at tbe
ium ami ditl not bavo belp enough
to pick tbo body up. He uotilled llic
local polico upou bis return bore. A
iii'iiisli is being mado fur tho body
in tlte upper reaches of tbe Inlet.
PKNWNU SALE OF BED FIB LUM
BER   (JO'S.   PROPERTY
Comprises Mill, Hottl and Ten Acroi
of Waterfront
The sule will probably be connum-
mated ut an early dute of certain Nortb
Vancouver proporty iu li.!,. H.'IO, owned
by tbo Bed Fir Lumber Co, to Mr. E.
II. Heaps uf tbe Columbia Trust Company. Tbe property comprises a large
mill, an bold and ten acres lying un
tbe waterfront of the North Arm of
the Inlet near liosslyn.
If this deal goes through Mr. Heaps
"i ii :i i i.'i. . tbe erection of a number
of summer cottages un tbe proporty and
the operation of the hotel as a club or
possibly ub a summer resort. The mill,
which it one of tbe best equipped on
the coast, will probably be operated
again.
Negotiations were started lust Tiuu-
ilay with the payment of tvi.DDD to the
company by Mr. Heaps. It is slated
Uml the mill wus operated at a loss
oinl tbut tbe payment which Mr. Ilea pa
mnilc iviIh made to defray certain louns
which were made on the property.
HEALTH HINTS
Having consulted William Muldoun
Eugene Saudow, Dr. Wods Hutchinson,
I'icrpont Morgan, Mayor Gaynor, Dr.
William Kni'in .sn.- Upton Sinclair, and
many uther well known authorities on
health, we arc enabled to present the
following rules, these being lbc laics!
concensus of opinion:
Fat nothing.
Eat overytbiug you want.
Walk at least ten miles a day.
Do not stir unless you ride in n car
rioge or sonic ulher vehicle.
Dou 'I worry.
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•tudy yourself. Keuioiiiber, you are
nn iinuiiiil
C'bew fund until nothing remains.
Bolt everything. Only in tbis way
will you keep your stomach strong.
Never go on u vacation.
Change is absolutely necessary.
Eschew alcohol and tobacco.
Bin ok t all yuu want lo, drink every
thing.
Keep cool.
Perspire profuiely.
TAKE NOTIOK tbat the Council of
the Corpbration of tbe City of North
Vancuuver intondi to construct as a
work of local improvement the extend
ing or prolonging by Ailing in of tlte
foreshore in front of and ou tho line
of Bewicke Avcuue and Fell Aveuue in
front of a portiou of District Lot 166,
and Ibe construction of bulk beads or
retaining walls ot Ibo eudi of Ibe Dill
opposite the end of Bcwicko Avonue
anil Fell Avenue jforoiaid, uuder He.-
lion Cg of tbo Municipal.Clauses Act
and intendi lo uiryn Iho final coil
thereof upoo tbe real property fronting
or abutting thereon, and to be benefit-
ted thereby, and tbat a statement
showing the lands liable to pay tbo
said assessment and tbo names of tbe
owners thereof, io far aa can be aicer
tained from tho last revised Assessment
Roll Is now i.n Uli in tbe OIBco of tbo
Clerk of tbo Municipality and ii open
for in"(srs inm during office houn.1
Tbe estimated coit of tha work ll
119(161), ol wbicb HMO I* to he pro
vlded ,pjt. pf tho genttil IsnAt ot lbc
Mvnlcipality.
THOMAS HHEPHEKD,
City Clork.
Nortb Vancouver, B. C,
March 8th, J9J2.'
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Re.erve     ....   $15,000,000
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Block 12a   D. L. 550
Cleared Lote fronting on the carline
and Grand Boulevard, $900 up.
One-quarter cash, 6, 12, 18 mths.
TNC PATCBNOftTEB BIBY Continued
Beven roomed house, Are-place, stone
baaemant, full alia lot. All lu lawn aud
garden, ou block west of Grand Boulevard on orast of tho bill. Facing south
with splendid view of harbor. Price
84,300—81,000 csab, balance to suit pur
chaser. Apply Box 2268, North Van
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Contractors, Builders, Storekeepers, and Employers
OF OFFIOE HELP, ETC., BTO.
need ouly to phone 821 to have all vacancies filled. NO CHARGE
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cessity to utilize employment Agencies in Vancouver, as a complete
liet of all classes of workers is kept at tbe ,
CIVIC INFORMATION AND LABOR  BUREAU
Phone 321.     14 Lonsdale Avenue.
W. B. HOOD, Secretary.
happiest man In tba world
Qenevleve wis curious  to  lean
vsf OMmMiy Tipwairmr
plrsd botween Belle asd ma.
"How is she now!" I parried. I bad
concluded that whan Mlu Belli wu
again her normal Mli, iba would
rather have our little episode forgot-
top.
"Calm sa a graven Image," wu tlia
reply. Oriel and anxiety trembled In
Qenevlevo'a voice. "But It ll a stony,
deathlike sort of oalm that glvu me
tin creeps. Tbe poor girl la distracted. Sbe wants to ba alone; she sent
ma to you."
"She lent you," uid I, with quick
lntereit, This struck me as being
rather curious.
"Ob, I know Belle," laid Qeuevleve.
"Sbe probably said some very bitter
thlngi to you; now ibe's sorry."
I trusted that the Impulsive young
lady was experiencing some pangs ol
rimorse; but belore I conflded unythlng, I learned bow Qeuevleve came
to be locked In Belle's room.
Early In Ihe morning Belle bad
grown quite tranquil, but Insisted up
on talking. To humor and soothe ber,
Genevieve, during tbeir talk, asserted
that I could he depended upon to save
Boyal. She also mentioned that 1 was
expected to call.
Alter breakfast Qenevleve had lai
len asleep, through sheer weariness.
Belle must bave risen cautiously, de
termlned to treat with me herself
Her Impulsive decision was manliest
ly arrived at after I rang the bell, be-
cause ibe bad hid no time to dress.
Soon Biter, Qenevleve had awaken
ed wltb a start, to find herself locked
In and the bell-button dug out ol Its
socket. She could not summon the
servants without creating an uproar.
Sbe soon surmised something of what
Belle bad In mind, but never, until she
heard tbe muffled report ol tbe plsiol
had Bhe dreamed that tbe Iremled
girl contemplated auytbing ao deeper
ate and rash.
Well, 1 soltened tbe matter as much
aa 1 could lor Miss Belle, making l|
vciy I'b'iir that 1 realised (rum Hit
start that she was not responsible, and
that 1 bad been most ol the time en
gaged tu calming ber and trying Ic
.persuade her to return to her room
I even stretched a point   about   the
le wob an un«irt»WMt"
ner, whin tbay moved up alow t$
tbi building to wold tba rt|ih tt if
an muarmmm- , deitrlani. .1 Atni   Mt   imtM»
ironossl appeared to overcome enough to bone to bear any ot their
,„ "m,'fanmmiw toi t >lw»i-»«»-(WOTBrin#mr+«»«'<^'>i'0 Mm """
turned to me, her eyei dinclng, b|r|Watob from a 4JatMi», tnwtlng to
turnen in tm,
cheeks Hushed.
"Yes," ihe said, with bated breath,
"I can't do Del* any good; ibe only
want! tn hi ilone. Wbat do you want
ma tq dot"
"Dig up avary icrap of family history that you ou—tba   Page's,   the
tboir   absorption   to   Veep thorn oblivious ot my proximity.
Both were now excitedly questioning the Jap, wbo teemed to bi wholly
unmoved by their agitation. Preient
ly Fluette turned angrily upon Burke.
From bli manner It waa not difficult
_^ am,   -„.   ntum ma wanner ii hh mu. -....-....
mnetifi" a'li'd" the'Cooper*'! aipeclilly to Imagine tbat ba wai loundly bale thay a«eot one another. Being » rating the iicretary, who, whenever
rinanar voursslf, tba task ibould be be could make himself betrd, was Just
nuifyoi    / ,  ..nmntlllitf    I I a. „l..l„l„   .. n„,.,..ll..,.  te. i.roatmt   II1H.
SPRING WWWBBT OVrXWO/O
Tbe Vogue MAAto*'1 Parlors, Masonic Building, Lonsdale Ave., will be m
gala -attiiu tfedneeday, Unroll .UlUj,.
and following days witb ill tbe new
and pretty things tbe ladies love in tbe
way pf millinery. Flowers will be greatly In evidence, foreshadowing thoir
popularity tbis comiug season. All
are welcome tq call and inspect. 12 3
aaay (or you;  you ara compiling
family trea, you know."
Qenevleve gave nu I ily look, and
retorted:
'"When   flrst   wa practice to de
clava'r-"
"Ob, no," I assured bar. "K you do
your work thoroughly, you certainly
will bava a complete family-tree. So
there'! no deception about it."
Wall, It wu Anally aettled tbat she
would go, and tbat iba would report
tbe reiult of her Journey to me ii
loon ia possible.
Sba tben elicited a confession of my
as plainly attempting to present some
extenuating argument.
Tba entire episode wai perplexing
enough, but what Immediately ensued
caught me unawares. Without tba
least warning tbe trio separated, each
hurrying away In a different direction.
kl tbli critical Juncture a voice said,
right at my ear:
. "Shall I stick to Burkef-or follow
one of tbe others 7"
I Jerked my bead to confront Fan-
shawo, the man detailed to keep
Burke under surveillance. I had not
observed bim before—not surprising,
una men enciieu •«««!•••■»» ■••-■. i ««•«.«»» •„••, »».....—..... „.,....-.,
Inability lo solve tbe cipher—which since be bad Just caught up wltb ma—
.       .            -I.IJ.J   ...   In  Iho   ii,       1...I   I   .....l,...,....,l   1.1..   ,..■..„,..,.■,.  nn.
tU.un,-,     ...     m...m     mrm    --
confession was yielded up to tbe accompaniment ol an exceedingly sour
•mile.
"That old boun li a hoodoo," I said
bitterly. "I have failed In everything
I ever undertook Inside Its walls. Tba
rest of the chase will be pursued on
the outside."
"And you dld'nt even And the little
daliy what-you-may-call-'emi — the
originals, I meant" Sbe meant tba
crasy deilgni on tba cipher.
"I did not."
Qenevleve laughed.
"Walt till 1 get back. I mean to
have a try at our crytograph. II the
daisies are In the old Page place, I'll
And them."
"They're there, all rlgbt. I'm sura
you're welcome to try—If you'll let ma
assist In the search."
Sbe wrinkled ber nose and sniffed.
"Hnif! A lot of aaslstance I can look
Irom ytnil" Her tone waa emphatically disparaging. "No, I'll And them
by myielf.  But I'd be afraid to stay-
but I welcomed bit presence now.
"Stay with your own man," I ibot
at lilm, and turned to look for tha
Jap.   He waa gone.
To make the account of tbli dla-
comAtlng episode ss brief as possible,
I shall say, meroly, tbat out of tha
three men whom we were watching,
two ot them walked uw'ay from under
our very noses without our having tbe
•lightest Idea In wbicb direction tbay
went. How did Ibey do It The momentary diversion occasioned by Fan
ibawe'a arrival, the brief distraction
ol our attention, had bseu sufficient
He lost track of Burke, and 1 never
had so much as anotber glimpia of tha
Jap.
We bad lbe assistance of another
headquarters man, too. Tbe one for
wbicb I had telephoned showed up Immediately aller Fanshawe addressed
me. The last-named skurrled away
to And llurke, while Pennington, my
olbed colleague, and I devoted our el-
DISTBICT OF NOBTH VANCOUVEB
The council of the District of Nortb
Vancouver invite applications for tbe
position of Constable. - Thero are three
vacancies, ono for a man to take share
iu general patrol work, and act aa^
Chief, at a salary of 800 por month,
uml a half-yearly allowance of 816 towards cost of uniform, aud two for ordinary constables at 876 por month, and
half-yearly allowance of 816 as abovo.
Apply beforo tho 14th March, stating
previous experience to
JOHN G. FARMEB, O.M.H.
District Municipal Offico,
Norlh Vancouvor, B. C. 12-1
r. But I'd be afraid to stay-  ,orU u cgkll|     ,h   ,
•alone In that empty house,"| ■ '
I     "One of those Japi baa been shadow-
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As we have now in operation in our new
warehouse in North Vancouver a thoroughly
up-to-date feed grinding plant, we are in a
position to supply our North Shore patrons
with the best quality of these goods at prices
as low as can be obtained anywhere in Vancouver.
Prompt deliveries our specialty.
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
116 ESPLANADE EAST        --       --       Phone 4
lor lo .
I cared not   In   what   capacity   • ,  -r—= ---,- -—„
served, Jyat so 1 might be wltb her.    | ■«• »• •   Mnfaft *»•#»•"
...      ~ . . .1   .    i    .itvlflon   htm     "Hn'i  uu     ulil/tv     an
After maklug me promise that I
', ' f I.,*!0! vl v. """"I "«ve the scratch on my lace
(eared that Genevlev* .„.„,„, .„ ., „„„„ .h. .„„, m. .w.v
evasive as a fox. Fall half a block behind me, and 11 be shows up again
give me a signal and dose In.  I want
bim."
But he dld'nt show up.
It was humiliating to be outwitted
by tbe Oriental—It   wu   tbe second
time lor me, too: It would be calamitous to inn llurke.   The day dragged
aloug, and wheu each succeeding minute brought oo news of him my anxiety Increased by leaps and bounds.
Belore nightfall, every available man
at once very grave. For a moment sut »'■'•»"•   "Vf"", 7~: nTie thair  ln ",0 '•"•r"MI" WM scouring tha
sat silent, toying with a plait ol bet «-r"«.    could not deny lha  Ibeir  clly ,or ||le M.,ecreUr,.
aklrf then she looked up at me, say- rtHlty l0 "'»* °» » mans trail, and     8ublequeni cveBt, bow,r, tuomti
f!r.'-J.T.."" ,uu"° uy at   the   saute time keep tbemselvea   |u, „ m|gll| bgV() mni m,eUt,
all tbe trouble and worry;   for one
shooting;   I
would never forgive ber for that.    I
said It had occurred—without Intent
—while struggling with  her;  whlcb
after all, was perhaps not (ar Irom tht
truth.
"Why should Miss Belle bave an>
reason for despising Alexandet
llurke?" 1 aaked during our confer
tttended to at once, ibe lent me away.
I bad not proceeded far toward town
when 1 discovered tbat somebody was
dogging my footsteps.
CHAPTER XXI
Shadows.
It required some little time lor me
Ullllg     OUI     WlUCl "   •—l  .
ence, for the girl's patent .bborrenc. to determine tba my■mm whom
TiiL l.llnw .tork In mv mind »' 'be   J»P»ne»e"   lor It wu I molt
°'q   . ami nOlSm tmtt .11 intangible mmm .bjtow   Wl,!-
at once very grave. For» moment sb. ««'else I   might   think   oftl.es.
PROPOSED LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS
TAKE NOTICE tbat the Couucil of the Corporation of the City of North
Vancouver intends to coustruct the several works of local improvement on
tbe streets and avenues set forth in tbe schedule appearing below between
Ihe points therein set out under section 68 ut the Municipal Act und intends
to assess the.final cost thereuf-.uputi the real property fronting or abutting
thereon, aud te be benefitted thereby, ami lhat a statement showing the l.ii.-l-
liable to pay the said asMssuieut and the names of the owners thereof, su
far as can be ascertained from the last revised Assessment Holl is now ou file
iu the office of tbe clork of the Municipality and is epen for inspection during
office hours. '
Ing soberly: '*'   (he   same time keep themselves
"It Is one ol tbe things that I "ollnlgh Invisible, amounted positive-
•hould'nt t.lk about. Still—I don'l '>' ,0 genius. V.'ltb .11 my doubling
know," she faltered. "It Is Burks **A lurking In doorw.y. .round cor-
none who hu .rouse ber resent nan, tbe fellow never came up to
ment."   Then sbe decided. i *here ' cnM Kcl * *ood vlBW °'lllm'
"I will tell you this much: Sbs (" •■'>""» " occurred to me tbat
overheard a conversation between bio "ire wae a chance to attempt a cap-
and ber lather. It filled ber wlU ;ure' ,,ul *'■•lt7 The ',llow WM M
loathing lor the fellow-that end-an4 iliPPery and artful tbat I risked a
something else." i.rc.ler chance   of   losing him alio
"I shall not try to force your con1' lller All<t ">en, to capture one ot
fldence, my dear girl," I Mid. "Tell llle lulntet- or whatever their num.-
ma only what you think you ought."   i "er might bo-would more likely than
"Belle trusts ma Implloltly," ,n(' nol merely .erve u a warning for the
laid simply '''"'l""1''1 "' ""■' crowd.   Doubtless
And I wmt ber  to  continue to'1 cl ,ld dr« nothingat_all from the
more pertinacious even tban Fanshawe
clung to Alexander Burke's heels all
tbat day and night.
I found lime during my purposeless
running to and fro (o learn Ibat Alfred Fluette bad arrived at Ills
brokers' olllccs lu (Julncy Btreet shortly afler leu. whero be remained until
the Board of Trade closed, and tbat
Qenevleve had left on an aflernoon
train for a brief visit wltb relaUv.s
In Merton, Ohio. Fluette had failed
In bis engagement; Qeuevleve bad
kept hers.
Some time titer dark I boarded a
TENDERS WANTED
SEALED TENDEHS marked "Tender for St. llavid's storm sewer" will
be received by the city clerk of North
Vancouver up to Hi o'clock noon on
Monday tlte 18th day of March, 1912,
for supplying all the matcriuls ami
oust met iug ami completing ti storm
sewer with catch busin connections on
St. llavid's Avenue, from' the water
front lo Keith road.
All the above mentioned work to bu
tarried out according to plans, profiles,
cross sections and specification! pre
pared by the cily engineer.
All  tenders  for the  work  must  b4-jT
made on the forms of tender supplic>l
by the city engiueer.
A cheque fur ii per cent of the amount
of the tender must accompany each
and every tender.
A bond of Uli per cent, uf the amount
of tbe   s.i ii... i will be required.
The luvvcsl ur uny tender uut ueces
iinilv accepted.
OKOHQE S. HANES,
City Engiueer.
i'ily Engineer's Office,
Nurlh Vancuuver,
Feb. lllh, 1912.
"And I want ber  to  continue ur' « "d in* "°",I.D,I*Ml,    "°", , Bom ,lrac "'" d»* ' """ded a
Tb.^ome,i"g that wtoX toaih. J*'0"' fvt'» l"°u«h '^ld ,l?c"ed„ S 8"er"l,n ''•"' l'"r' »"" «*• °ut l0 ">•
htJ,   Z vou free to aneak of that!" »'|D« btail TD hlm'   " *! I,,d **** Piece;  1 don'l now know wby,
V. no bin.    t'^riTuIoui."   Sb, heen set to watch me he wool   con- ,fll „ wu bcc,UIC „, lMdllMlregi
Its notuing, ill noituiuu.                       |o du gQ un,egl , |c4re|J h)m .
He baa tried U "Due
Ugh!    She ihud ,way
laughed nervously
make love to her.
dei ml at the Idea.
"Tbe dlckent he bu!"
Sucb a tliougbt bad never entered
turn affairs had taken, and tbat 1
hoped, In this dismal, dispiriting environment, to lind a balm for my depressed feellnga.
ll was only lhat morning, In tins
midst ol a Minding snow storm, thoroughly disheartened by the loss of tbe
ruby, thai Sludger ind I hid lift lha
to do so unless I scared hlm
   I resolved to let bim alone lor
Ibe time being; bul Ibe flrst thing I
did alter reaching   Dr.   De   Breen's
,„.      ' offices, wu to ring up hudquarters
ii i- Z. (u> md request the Captain to lend a man
my head;      wu Impo.sble to In   *       ^       ^^ Uli.
fl! llinC? hFJiw* wai £    The doctor gave m. a bad half-hour „„   ,„„ B1M     ,M , „„ „„ ,„
if... I h.   lut niw    under"oo( The losi.nl he wu through I hurried oM bou„. m „ , .Wrunb.i It lbat
S. Mluw's lulmu Tward  m"Z   «o i "'"dow to learn bow event, were „,„,,, „ wn mt, ,pptM1|lc, 0, bM.
m I „.    „.„t«dr bv leabusy progressing In the ilre.t-   Belore I ,n„ bn,„ ,|,„ndu„ed for year. Instead
bis hatred wu Inspired ^f''0"'' tad time to ascertain   whether   my 0f only a few houra.  No .moke curled
Belle had rever spoken of tba «*l"Jl^dow WM-„ni on duly, or whether fr0B1 th, chlmneyi; no light gleamed
to Malllol-mortlflcat on wuponttr^ ^^ offlc# man M tbovti |( gny o( ^ ^^  *a £ ~-J
bold this confldence lu checu   uui ns, .Mention wu absorbed ,CM|ng of mow, It loomed silent uut
btd Initlnctively dlitrusted and dis m. "^   g|)1)CarMC, 0, two lmUiu ^^
liked Burko In return.         Jgaures on the oppoilte side.   Thoy     |„ n,c ,n,rnoi)n I bid turned the
I could not bring myself io connai   ^   ^    mMt   Md   Alexander icys over io Mr. Page's lawyer, and
In roy lovely cotdjutor my convict oni .^^ WB|g|ng elong together In tha how I hoped lo effect ao entranca-M
respecting her uncle.   I learuea ma |Blunaic manner Imaginable. | i„d any sudi lutcnilon st all   I bava
he bad left the bouse bat morning at;   , .^(.jd 8t my watch;   It   still long since forgotten.   II  may   bava
au hour unusually early for mm, »ne;      ^ a nilnu|( of |wo of UDi [at „MD bjcu,, |t WM ),,„ {iM \ a„,
IC 1
BTREET
WORK
aid   Qenevleve,   not
il
"tbli very minute; there
tome b'l'orne.., "be could carry Belli
r w— MAOADA1HZIMO        '    /
Forbe. Avenue  Mac.dami/.iug from Esplanade to ISth-
Street   I 6400      » 'iinn
4th sirci'i Macadamizing from Mahon Avenue to
St. Andrew's      6400 6M
St.   Qeorge's  Ave. .Macadamizing frum Mli tu VjiIi sin, i     !,4u'i 1100
Keith  Boad    Macadamizing front  Lonsdale  Avenue
to Queenibury Avenue       7200 ISO
I.'tth btreet  Macadamizing from Keith Bead-to St.
Andrew'i Avenue         8700 W0
Htli Street  Macadamizing from Forbes to (juetns
bury Avenue          9000 1000
OSADQfS
4tb Strut  Grading to permanent grade from Ma
hen to St. Andrew's Avenue     17600 1600
I .It Li Street    ..Orading   to   permanent   grade   front
Keith road lo St. Andrew'. Ave. ..   16200 1200
16tb Street  Grading   to   permanent   grade   from
Forbes Avenue to (fueeoibury Ave. .   28000 WOO
St. George's Avenuo.Grading to permanent grade from Uth
to 19th street       14400 2400
Grading from permanent  grad. from
3rd to 16th street  -,      4800 2000
Grading   to   permanent   grade   from
Lonadalo to Queensbury Aveuue  ..   24400 2609
BBWBRS
David'. A venue.Storm .ewer from  Burrard  Inlet tu
Keith road     17760        1600
Lonadala Ava Sanitary sewer from waterfront to 1st
Street      8400 16«6
North Vaneouvir, B. C, •    THOMAS BHEPHEBD,
March Mb, 19JS. U4   - Oily Cmt.
Verba Avenue
Keitb Road ...
HI
I thougbt al once ol Ihe queer ineuior ^t Mf F|ud(() bli ^..^ 0ii M| ctj. mt( Qjnjvig,^ lBml | ^a, mooaiul
anduni on his calendar. He wasi sin jn(j>r ^^ wltb y,, extraordinary tbrough the cold snow. She wu god.
very much worried, declared Qcne menl„rBU()um. Inumucb U he and upon a Journey; I knew that I could
vleve. aud wben at home kept mon ^ „rMge|y cboseu companion were not ace hor for days; and perhaps 1
and more iu hlmaelf u time wont by, ||m||J(( raptdlx. It wu a reaaonable thougbt to Dud some compaulousblp
Mrs. Fluette wu uleep alter tin IulJlloll ,],„ |,„ wu «ven then on in ibe more Intimate auoclailoni clua-
night's ordeal with ber daughter.       ^ ^^ (o kc(p fa|| Mm(m(nt u,rcd ilwul Ihe dreary ipot.   At any
If Boyal were free to come allet    of t mmni \ lU)0d irrewluto.   I  n.U, here I wu.  And I law nothing
*    n   wu very .nxloua^to follow tbe twain  else lor me to do tban to turn round
'to thi'rcndesvoui, while at the same  and go back to lown again.
away tbli very roiuui*. !"•■«•■ r"u" 'um» I did uot want to loie my shadow,     However, I started to enter the gale.
be nobody to say hlm nay.  Poor bo>■!   (.   l4BMj eagerly up and down Uia   Next Instant I stopped  shotl.    The
"It li more iban likely that he shal |tr((, Kmjyjoi tbi hurrying crowd mow bore other track! besides Stod-
ioun " I offered IB dubious comlorl.     m (Jl'f wa|k   but ^j mt ,t.e bim   gcr'i and mine   tracks   pointing  to-
"Do you know where your sunt mt M.wh,M Then I hurried out to tbe w.rd Ib. bouse Instead of away from
uncle were ui.rri.dt" I uked. ,i,Vator, and wltbln the next minute  It.   Tbey were freab, made (Inc. iba
■yes    II wu la . Kltl. town ti|wu arom* to the ground floor.        now ceucd.
oiiiu   ■■ i   I wu obliged to walk fut to gat     I advueed a IHU. farther Into tha
"Merton." uid I. 'wltbln range ol Fluette ud Burka  y.rd, where the track* bad not been
"TbU'i "I   Bill how did you knowf     'Ul_Iwt an cuy thing to do among obliterated by pedeatrlani on Ihe aide-
I trolled itiher lurprlsc. "If JJ* crowd—but itill I could lie no- walk, and soon comprehended that
Felix Page's birth-place; Iho rest wa» ,,,, 0, „- headtjuarteri man, nor ol thay bad been made by two men.
Infer.nce." _ the Jap.  ind right then 1 perceived  Were they In the houu now?  And If
Sbe w^ted with 111 concealed curl ^ ,M, mjntiomd. He had manlfeatr *o, who were they? What errant
oslty lor what wu to follow. I £ ^. u y,^ inatant caught up with could b. m prtulng lh.t It would
toui'd ll neciuwy to hold her bandi ^   tc,Kulitor mt bl.  coropulon-  bring uybody here on such . nigbtf
luiib of tbem   while I told her.      BgJJ wb, , bld „,ud to £ bUa b»     My Indifference .nd dl.courag.mant
"Would you mind making a Journ.» , •, ^ |m«ln^-aild he wu \*]\iV*J UT,?' B ntu\ &M.U"^
th.r.r-.t once-to-d»yT" EwjJ addreulng one or the olher,  ly « 'o""*"1 ">• <» ' W,» »JP«
Her eye. opened wide;   even   hai [r ,„,„/„, th.m. gupa, whar. at drat I fancied I dlup^
,wu lips parted; but sb. wilUd.     I' H^mid to m. that tha fallow wu  ftM upon th. porch   Still 1 coufd
mmm i mil M mm *m^in'J^Smmhi. pr..«.cumcon- »« «• • flB\i"*}■ "i*' **
to ml mi um wound bar .nd dr.* ^Tiu. u po.slble   He strode stol|d- ■»< alien Iv. ^barkening   favor   me
ber to Mf she wu too agitated U ': ,i0B. ui,, behind them, looking »"' ">• illih,u,t IK,g??; ,  ,   .
iouonetwbn -hat IM to uy    I \^gt 1'dow, mi apparently no' M««g gj ., e   .tood pon-
bttbmid to mm how lmnoMlbl..MUcll)f u,. two men .1 iU.   V.t I S;?.?^t^Sfii   toww^ShM
it wu tor me to U.v. to. city lu* g^nSnthimu taking to th.m.  I S^S%J2SL lor  b. treck
at tha Ume, what with my anxl. y U M1)ld w, „, tp. tmtfrilU w„ wllh f*V.t,^w   Hu n^lble thifhl
recover th. ruby Md th. Mewlly ol wblch ^ MbiU, ttd Burka .run< ZMmimmTJim *(*' the
Mplng In clou touch wltt Burke        ^ „d ,lw4 w b)B. X." .  SJitoZsr   ^rb»p.   who
■/require only ou more piece to 1   ,  Ql)|ck,n,d  my  .tops.   Tu, tt. »JJJ| ,*   htr, UB,, \  E5i»Wm
,m,.l^l. lb. anewer to our rtddi»," l.ik. tlttantal wit lalklm. ant laJklni   w07? ."'./.. .,._ .."..r     w
"PUBLIC   INQUIRIES   AOT"
llu lli.niiiir the I/ieuteuaut Uuvernor '
in Council has been pleased tu appoint
William Alexander Macdonald, of tbe
City uf Vancuuver, K.C, a Commla
lioner under Ihe "Public Inquiriii
Act," lo examine the records uf tho
l.iinsl Kegistry offices fur the Vaucou
ver Land Hcgistr.tlou Diitrict and the
New Westminster IjiiuI Kcgislration
Districl, and tu ascertain to
wbal client registration has
been effected uf the subdivisiuus uf
lends granted by the Crown since tne
passing of Ihe "I<aud Act Amendment
Act, Hit," and what lots and blocki
of land I'uinpriied in such subdivisions
have been conveyed to the Crown in
accordance with the requirements uf
thu said Act and "An Act to amend
and Consolidate the Iaws affecting
Crown l-audi.", f
And further tu enquire intu Ibe re
gii>lraJi,on uf auy plaus of tbo subdi
rillan of lbc said lauds su granted by
thu Crown and the conveyance aud al
lettuliun uf any portiuu uf the lamls so
.iilnljiiil.'il aud Ihe manner and circuni
•tanres in and under which Ihe aaid
lands su subdivided arc held by the re
gisti-rcd uwncrs ur by the applicaula for
regislraliun thereof.
Tbe luinniisiiuner will bold bii first
meeting al the County Court Jury Room
in the Court house at Vancuuver, on
Tuesday ,lhe 121b day of March, in
slant, at 10,80 o'clock In Ihe forenoon,
of which all persons interested arc
hereby to t.ke notice aud govern tbem
•elves in i iiMmgl)
HENKy K880N YOUNG,
Provincial 8ecreta>ry.
Provincial Secretary 'i Office,
2nd March, 1»I2. 12 I
T
N. V. WOODYARD
oa,, nn nm.. a--- -|   ,  quickened  my  .tops.   Tu, tt. |,ouid .uy h.r. unUI  .  dl.pt
     » mmV." IV Mt\*'J m 0riMtaJ WM UiUat' "* V*?* \Zmuimiuottt. proper y
.fflrm^,-I n«Jly^hou«bt m U tti,,0|uWr. And, If I might judg. by lhe ButlhUlde.no aoour occurr.d
t|»a,-"and you can gat tt tor me ooMUrnUon aud ang»r ie*MiiA Is ^an It wu dUml»..d. All et one. I
fton't both.r your aunt; .be will k<«( ,b, ,M, of bit two auditor., bU mu- Mcti ,bM 0M p^r 0( (00iprtnta, In-
back all eeuatidi, fim- rati uge wu Myttlng but welcome. Tbat ^,4 ^ mmUmt the porfh .tepi, h.d
uncle aad aunt and Felix Page ah'U to My, Alfred Pluttta'. »t/ong ^m^ u, on, ^d,-Tb.y l.d off to th.
cam. from tt. Mm. town, ud then future, showed thete emotions, while, g^ and diMMMiM round Ib. wing
you MS tnd nlMly of old goMlp. whr;,, fJwaya, It wu difficult to read wbat. ,B 4at direction. '
<j»n-4i.y'll be only too willing to- [ wu going on behind Burska". Impu-1 h^ nol come in 1
give you all Ih. InformaUon you want
Th»rll gira you mora; but we u
wbtoot tt. whMt from th. <-ka| af
'    JJj m feel levy
 t TjrriiJ'i i*m m direotion. *Tli« two  perton.
wu going on behind BurkVe Impu- bw)ra,t com. In conty»oy; tb. Irst, I
elve muk. Stil1 It wu pretty pl.ln . pr(,MBtly concluded, had curled . key,
th»( the ucretary wm utterly at bia 1^4 th* ggwad bad  bun  following
At lut lha thru .toppad at a oor-
10,000 cords of dry Ir wood for quick
sal.. Prlc. psr odd card., 14.76. Special quotation, for ItfgH quauUUu.
Out Wood, 16 IsehM, HM. W IsnMt
HM. C. 0. D.
O&u ud Y«d-I4ih ud Lonsd.1*
Pbon. IW.    P.O.Mot ZH2.
I
f9 PHOTQOBAPHY IN JnO AVrlOhM
A graphic idpa pf tftt life of tiro to-
■ dim junglo j» g|v*|i by tbe (Jnu ttjjau
Iff Mr. t'licuy Kegftoit, mny liaing die
played in Loudon, says tb* Victoria
IJuily (lolonist. Nothing from un ant
in an i'li'|ilii:ni i.i'i'im. to bavo nicapod
tbo vigjlanco of tbo nature watcher, apd
s|po moving pictures of big game are
pf a kind wbicb no other pfypfqgrppb-
or bas   over eocpred.     Mr. Cherry
i
j
s
Kmiiiiiii |i tbo only man wbo has over
I. riiml llm bundle pf u i:iueiniil|igru|ib
cumiiru pp linns uud tigera in tl|o wild
state, but the dangers ho litis encounter
ed
are iiatcclj iiniiu teiiiiu)ialilu Hun
tbe patlouco bl baa displayed. His
wonderful serins of dims includes a
tiger, taken from a distance of iif teen
yurdu, pnd bis brother, Mr. Ilichnnl
Ketiriou, luld wltb wbat difficulty this
waa secured, for tbe beaut, after malting a furtive and momentary appear-
ance, become alarmed at tbo nomo of
tbo machine, for * long'time the operator was kept waiting, bpt tbe crea-
jure eventually deserted Ita cover, and
Ub mwiltliy pruwl ai'tw the finest
clearing is now *M»OW*» to Ebglilb Willi:
pnees.
The most ularniing eipurifiln'.p, bow-
ever, wliii'h over fell tp the photographer  was an   unexpected   pursuit  by *
rliiniiei-'riiiis. iiiirmunt pn the ground
the ii iii 11111 i'u back bad appesrod to be
■
Lonsdale
We are Agents for over 50 lots in
This High Class
Residential District
These Lots are Mostly Cleared and at FIRST Cost
For Full Particulars, Plans and Price Lists,
Apply
Irwin & Billings Co., Ltd.
Corner. 5th and Lonsdale   -    •    North Vancouver, B. C.
North Vancouver Business & Professional Cards
,11 I 01 MAM.S,
I HMIUirilHB.
-Ill I IM III
it,    Insuruuce
lluaranlee  Bonds
FELIX GRAHAM
Auditor and  Accountant
10) I.onsdale Aveiitie. IV 0. Box 8*07
North Vancouver. I'bone I.'i7.
J. DUNCAN
CONTRACTOR AND BUJLDKH
Plans Executed Estimate. Given
OeuUe and Mill Boad
Lynn Valloy, B. 0.
MISS COLLIE
I'l' I" date   Millinery      ■
Underlie Katei
Keith Block    03 Lonadale Ave.
rttiiri/i.iui'iiKH
I'orcy  8.   Howard II    J.   I'errln   J'bo New Block oo  I.onsdele Avenue j
city  Auditor. nMf tDe paty Approach
wes built by
HOWARD & PERR1N
Auditor.   •■*   Accountant.
626  ItinJn   i i    W.      V   0.   Uox  3S16
l'hono Sill I'lione ltl
Vancouver        Norlb Vancouver
II I llll IMI li
H. D. RUGGLES
BAHHISTKK
NOTARY PUBLIC
133 litb Street Eaat (tarlb Vupcouver
I'liss.ic 373
SMITH   ^OTHERS
General .     'factors'
NORTH Vii   ^IJVEB    '
 I.	
CARBUTT     "
,-iiidin   over   Bonk   B. N. A.
Lonsdale and Esideaade
III  Al  KMIITII.
R. H. TARN
Pioneer Borieiboer - |Carri*ge Works
i,  FIBST STBEET WEBT Jt WNSDALE
J. BRIND, RS.S.
OBRTU'IED   SHOEING   SMITH
Suceeator to Wallaco k Bcott, Third
/ Streot.  General n.{*ir wprk.
A. Wallace's services n»v« been ie-
Ulned.
'i     "
<P<)OK* AHU »TATWNKBV.
THE LEONARD-SALE CO.
. Bookaellers «iid St»Uoaeri
Cor. Loofdai* mil lit.       none 143
NORTH VANCOUVEB
MORRIS & ANDERSON
FIRE   PLACES,   CHIMNEYS' AM)
STONE BASEMENTS
Practical Mechanics. All work guar
anleod.   P. 0. Box I'll':
A. Craib W. Craib
A. CRAIB & SON
CONTRACTORS AND BUIL0EB6
In Concrete, Brick ud Wood.
Office: 117 FIRST STREET EAST
TAII.llBl.
North Bhore Cleaning * Dyeing Worka
I   LAURIN
High Clin Udlet' and Oonte' Tailoring
Repairing   and    Alteration.   Cleaning
ami Dyeing in all itt branches. All
Work guaranteed.
Ill Firsl Street Weet.        Pbone 207
CIVII. KHIllNKImtl.
ANGUS J. CAMERON
A.M.I.E. * S.
CIVII, ENGINEER
Irrigation, drainage, levels, plnn.
and .specifications. S.plic tanks and
houae drainage a epecielly. P. 0.
Hoi 211, Ittb atreet wett ol Bewick.
Avenjie.
otnext*
J. H. ENGLISH
0. I. OBOOHR
^nd|goneral CoBtmUalon Merchant, 11
Unsdale Ave., Nortb Vancouver.
Mon* Ui
C. SHARNFELDT * CO.
TAILOR
Indies' wore a an.dally All kind,
o/ repelling, altering, remodelling,
cleaning and pressing. Charges moderate, work guaranteed i.'or. Lonsdale
■'ie! inii street. Norlh Vaofouy.r, H C.
liiiine 171.
il  ii in lis   .in -I' i.
SAM. T. SUTTON
TEAt'HER OF PIANO and THEORY
Specially.' Children'. Luaoni ai own
home. Tc/ras etc., apply Oeneral
Delivery,
■   .        I '
Lynn V»M*y lewtpawx Hottl
Nortb Vanomver
On (ho tu lin*. Hoarding meals.
Oood Accommodation ttl working men.
Contractors' men boarded. Hy. Keelcott,
Proprietor.
■I
lotlilng but a kpoll of enrtb until Mr.
((carton was too cIpBh to bavo apy
cbhiiop of safety savo jn precipitate
lligbl.   Olher Ilium town from Uurimu
ISA AflWM, tU lllM|iH"llie tiiQBl 'Inter,
eating aro some showing an uurniig-
iiulang at play lp Ita native forest ami
t mule linrnliill feuding its mute, whom
be Inn. imprisoned in her noatjug hole
lost she should abandon bor eggs . |n
iiniiiiii'i- room at ilm i)ii. en 'ii Hull are
exhibited many pg Hie still photographs
taken by tho brothers, tbeso including
bljdl, beaata, ihsocts and reptiles,
A flashlight picturo of an African
lion ia porhaps the most remarkable
tbing in ihe exhibition. Tho camera
bad boon placed by a wator spring
whero tbo beasts wore accustomed tu
drink after kill, ami tbo photograph
shows plaiuly tho lion's look of surprise at tbo suddou lightning. Mr.
K i'u11 mi subsequently found tbat the
animal hail turned on the apparatus
ami done conHdorable damage, but
tbo plate itself was untouched. Nothing moro beautiful in the way of bird
pictures can be imagiucd thun tbufB
which Mr. Richard Kcurtou lins brought
from his recent tour iu Norway, and
the value (buy possess n« illustrations
for tbo teaching of nutural hihtory arc
very great.
THE GREAT MOGULS
Picturesque    Predecessors    of    King
Oeorge
The coronation of King George V,
at Delhi, Ibe city of the Oreat Moguls
mado him heir uml successor to Iheir
Imperial power, says the Knglisli (jucon,
The history of these his predecessors
is one of strange contrnslK.
First of the Great Moguls wus Tain
merluite, tbe mighty conqueror, a type
of overweening arroguuee, unrestrained
by any fear of God or mau. In Mar
lowc'a drama he kills his son Colyphus
for skulking from the buttle, ami Willi
iusensnte fury urges ou tbe captive
kiugs who drug his chariot. The
suinl.re story is only relieved by tbe
tenderness of the tierce wurrior for his
wife Zonocratc, aud his bitter grief
when she is lost to him by death.
lu wild exultation at the Conquest
of Western Asiu, towurds the end of
the llth century, Tamerlane.descended
with bis victorious hordes ou tbo plains
of northern Indiu. lu feeble helpless
ucl-:. Mabiniiil sat still iu his palace
trusting vainly to the obi proverb--"It
is a far cry to Delhi.''
Amid scenes of iudescribablc horror
the cily was luken, but Tamerlane
came as a destroyer, not as founder. He
returned to Sainurkunil to die, leuving
Ibe Empire of the Moguls in India lo
I-, s iii i. i oue hundred years lu I or
by H.ii .ii. Ins greal descendant.
Ii.i. i the adventurer was the mosl
fascinating of bis race. Poet, pbil
osopher. artisl and musician, lie wus
skilled in the lore of nature und in
the kuowledge of men. Withal be
set himself lo become a strong military leader unit chose Tamerlane ns
his example. It was in the I'unjub Ibul
be met the liajnb t?anga, "the old Lion
of the Rajputs, minus an eye and nn
arm aud lame uf one leg," uml won
that great victory of India over. Ili'i
ilooistn by which was achieved the
great Empire of lhe Great Moguls iu
India
His ambition aceomplisheil Babur
lived for Ibree years at Ihe palace of
Agra, ruling his newly acquired cone
try witb justice aud severity No ro
mance threw ils glamor over Harbor';,
uuiou witb his wife. All his ml,
tion was lavished on his Ihree duugh
ters, Rose face, Rose -blush ami Rose
body, and on his son, IJuinayon, for
whom he is slid to huve given his life
As Ihe young mon lay sick ;,i Agra,
the leeches declared Ilml he could only
be saved by Ibe mercy of God uml at
the rest of some supreme sacrifice.
Whereupon Ibe father exclaimed:
"I cau give my life! It ii Ihe dear
est thing en earth to my ion."'
Standing by tbe bed he' said car
neatly "Ou me be tby sufferings "
Ilia desire waa granted, bla son re
covered, but Barber died aud was bur
led in the pleasant gardens of Kabul
ATEIMTS
IJlW'jallVIIM',^)
t.l solicit the tumor., of Manufacture!..
Kn.jliicci..nd othtl. whn rc.lirr Ihe .dvlul.ll
Ily i.l liavlog Ihclr latent bu>l,iru tianuilnl
ly V.iytrU. flcliinlninr.dvlclisr Cls.-.i,.,
modi rate, purloreolor t Advlsff "in u|sn re
•; ir.i. Marlon AVarlon, Mri'd., New YoiLl.ilc
ll.it Uoalir.l'.M WwWiniloa in:   l)»l
, PUBLIC NOTIOB
Keilb road west (old location) road
will be closed from west bouudary of
D. L. GG6 westwards during tbe cou
.truction of trestle In D. L. 660 until
further notice, ,
1. B. COSOROVK,
Diatrict Engineer.
I.AI'MBIUKt
CAPILANO LAUNDRY
My clothes are at tbe Capilano
Laundry where youri ought to be.
Flat work for 3d centa dot. Rough
dry, It lb., wtt wa»b, 3c lb. Drop ui
* card ud we will call for them.
v.o.muu
t'.'l"!   '■"■   . .J.	
i '      i    '  i". I'.'tmv
WHY DELAY
BUYING A NEW
RANGE ?
For ouly (1 down and $1.
weekly you cau buy tho
CANADA'S PRIDE MAL
LEA BLK .BANOB, reservoir or waterfront com-
ploto fitted up. See tho
MONARCH MALLEABLE
RANGE. They last a
lifetime
HARDWARE,   KITCHEN  FURNISHINGS, PAINTS, OILB Etc.
Prompt Dolivery. \
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
Phone 88.
ESPLANADE WEST.
We have a Large and Exclusive List
D.L. 265 and D.L 273
PROPERTIES
ALEX. SMITH & COY.
Phone 24.    . P.O. Box 1820
NORTH VANCOUVER
The Kelvin Plumbing' and
Heating' Co.
Keith Road West
Will supply yun witb Ihe cheapest esliuiiiin, iw nuy kiud of Plumb-
nip uud Jlcaliiij.' Work, Sanitary t)upinci'riu.jf, fcturr cml beptic Tuuk
connections, furnace installations, etc. .lobbiuij work uud siniili cou
■Irui'ls receive prompt attention.
(live us the job to fix up your uew homo uml we will punrautco tu
fix ull your pipes in n wuy thut will rave yuur winter worries.
No job too small. None loo lurpo.
Our servicea ure at your disposal niplit ur duy.
SIMPLY PHONE NO. Ul.
We've (C\crcl our connection with
"The Lipht Brigade"
for
The "Willi Charge" they made
Postal Address:
Rox No.
Nortb Vaueouver
Pobl   Dill, i-
North Yancouver Coal & Supply Co. Ltd.
Dcalcu in Coal, Brick, Ume, Gravel, Sand, Cement, Plaster,
Lath, Sewer Pipes and General Builders' Supplies.
Wharf: Fool of. St. George's Ave.    Phone 178.
Office: 56 Lonsdale Avenue,    i'lione 198.
Western Plumbing Co.
Plumbing.  Pluuibiug  Supplies,  Sowor
iiiiiiiii, iuu,.    Hot  Water  and  Steam
. In . in.     Sheet   Metal   and  Tinner*'
Furnaco Wort   Bsnuatcs futyllkod.
Warobouse aud Olllco: Cor. Esplanade and St. Qeorge, Pbone 386.
J. II. OODDARD, Managor
Palace Hotel
Second Street, North Vancouver, B. C.
FINEST POOF GARDEN ON PACIFIC COAST
RaTF.5.--$2.00 per day up.   Special
rales lo fumilies and to regular hourders.
REDA & ANDRUSS
Proprietor!
Snap, i. Homes
4-roomod Bungalow of ,21st streot  ,new,  all  modern,  facing  south,
'tim.   Terms oasy.
{-roomed Houso on 19th itteel, 2 blocks eaat of Lonsdale. All modern
Uroplacn ,etc. 423(1(1. M10U cub, balance easy.
■! in.si,mi limine on lllh atreel cast  of  Boulevard,  nerr.   (1(00, $600
cash, balance Ht per month.
i .i      |t!«        i      i *
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
« WtiSnihP. AVENUE
P. 0. Drawer 2060
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DISTRICT COUNCIL
AWARDS CONTRACTS
Wm TT 9 wtnmw/m W9 mm * m »K»ytw
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In.   *
II
Tlw district cpuncil bald ita adjourn-
tA meeting in tbe municipal ball, Lynn
Valloy, on Friday evening. Tb' purpose pf tbe adjournment was the consideration and awarding of contracts
ttf load clearing and grading, ft tin
case of each piece of work advertised,
competition waa noticeably keen. The
successful tendon were as follows: For
opening a road from Keith road to
Main atreet, /. 0. Burns ♦880; grading
Dudley road, J.'O. Brown, ffaMM,
clearing road to lot 20, block fi, D.L,
684, (184.40; clearing and grading
Keith road east from McCartney creek
to tbe Nortb Arm, H. A. Smith k Oo.,
$1078.27; clearing road in D. L. 643,
W. Lyle, $000; clearing Dempsey road
from Hoskina to Underwood avenue,
Thompson k Stdart, $673; clearing
road in D. I,. 1062 and D. L. 1063, F.
E. Guanan, $783.40; and grading tbe
Bice Lake road from Lynn Greek road
to the Canyon, Thompson k Stuart,
$6,110.
Tbe council accorded bearing to Aid.
W. .L Irwin, who waa present in connection with the getting of water to
the line of D. L. 666, Dundarave. if
tbe council would lay a main to the lot
lino he was willing to spend two or
three thousand dollars himself in the
laying of distribution pipes and wait
repayment until sucb time as a water
area was formed there. Tho question
was referred to the water committee
for tbe purpose of a report.
The monthly maetipg of tbe Lynn
Valley Batgpayers' Asaociation takes
placo tomorrow pypjAot H.tVe Initiate
LYNN VALLEY ITEMS
Mrs. I). Ilrierly, Magennis avenue, is
about again after a prolonged illness
A contract has been let for grading
and laying a plank sidewalk on Evelyn
Road between Iloskins and Underwood
Tbo contract for clearing and grail
ing Dempsey Road between Hoskin ami
Underwood haa been awarded to Thompson and Stuart and work will be com
inenced at once.
Mr. W. li. Mallett, jeweler of Bran
don, Man., has been spending a few
daya on the North Shore. While here
ho invested freely iu Lyuu Valley pro-
property. Mr. Mallett returned
home on Saturday.
Mr. J. R. Brigham is a visitor with
Mr. and Mrs. D. Brierly for a few
weeks.
Sunday wae au ideal spring day. Over
two thousand visitors journeyed to the
Valley ie the report from the B. C.
Electric Ry. Co's. sta If
Tba Morchants Trust nnd Trading
Company Ltd. have established fu offico at the Lynn Valley ear terminus.
Mr, O, O. Hattio takes over tba management.
The /. P. Crawford' Company report
good business from tbeir local office nt
the ear terminus. This company hus
recently put a pew subdivision on the
market called Park Crest.
At a meeting of tbe trustees of tbe
Lynn Valley Institute beld last ovening, a final settlement was made with
Mr. J. W. Baker and a vote of approcia
tion tendered for the honorable way in
which be bad fulfilled his contract and
tbe thorough good workmanship which
characterized tbe undertaking.
Mr/and Mrs. S. McDonald, Vancou
vor, were visiting Mrs. McDonald'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keoley, Frederick
Road, on Suuday. Mr. McDonald Ib
tbe builder of the uew theatre now under . i.i, im, nmi on 1st streot, North
Vancouvor .
Thieves bavo been busy for several
weeks in tho Valloy. The contractors
aud builders principally havo beeh Iho
unfortunate victims. First the
tool bouse of J. W. Baker was broken
into and a quantity of hardware stolen.
On Friday evening last they again visited a lmii.nn,- uuder 'construction by
,T. W. Baker for. the Merchants Trust
and Trading Co. Ltd., and carried away
four sashes, a door and several minor
articles. Somo weeks ago an express
rig was seen loading up lumber from
i. residence ou 17th street whicii Mr.
Baker had just ereceted for Mr. Dickinson. The contractor in this instauee
was the loser of about $25 worth of
dressed lumber.
Last ovening in Knox church the Rev
A. Maeauley was designated by the
Presbytery o/ Westminster to tbe work
of.tbe congregation worshipping in the
church. Rev. Ronald Macleod conduct
cd the devotional services using as the
centre of his discourse tbe theme of a
joyous, aggressive Christianity. Rev. Q
I). Ireland from Westminster church,
South Vaueouver, gave the address to
Mr. '.!«'..n.i;". ilwelliug very aptly on
the tliougbt expressed by Mr. Macleod
as applicable to tho work of a miuister
especially under circumstances as existing in Lynn Valley. Principal Mac
kay of Westmiustcr Hall delivered tbe
address to tbo congregation, carrying
tbo same thoughts still further as es
peeiully relating to the congregation
He pointed out that the nburoh ppijld
only becoptf wnat tbo individuals com
posing It were, for whereas pome people
[mil .tt. *V9ttL,t»f TVo\tVoyjiMi±
get out of it, tbe ml motive should be
the sanctiflcation of tha individual. Nor
WM the church a place of entertainment, and If ovor it became no moro
tban th|t, it had bettor go out of business. In his inimitable fay Dr. Mackay impressed ppon his hwwe the
necessity of private cultivation pf those
exercises which make ideal christians.
The masting closed with * hearty rendering of "Stand up, Stand up for
Jesiis"
1836      THE BANK OF      1912
British North America
76 Years Is Business.   Capital and Reserve Over $7,600,000.
A Complete Banking Service
Collections made in any part of Canada. Negotiable
paper discounted. Money advanced at reasonable terms to
finance your business. Local and foreign Drafts bought and
sold. Money transmitted liy Money Order or Telegraph
Transfer. Letters-of credit issued payable in ail tht leading
cities of ttfe world.
We invite your account.
Two Offices in North Vancouver, Corner of Lonsdale Ave,
and Esplanade. Upper Lonidale Avenue, near 14th Street
Don't Take Chances!
Phoue
80
Business man and business bouses
are usually Judged by the printed matter they send out.
Can you afford to Uke chances wltb
your printing wben good work In this
line coat* little, If any, mors.
We Do Good Work
NORTH   8H0EE   PRESS   LIMITBD
Flnt Btreet  Eait,  Nortb  Vancouver
NORTH LONSDALE
■ ■
Wl have tbi exclusive aale of 24 lota In block 2, D, L. 784. Thi
lot* ail 40 tm by 113 feet and on the following terms are tb* but
buy In Nortb .Lonsdale today: Price tm. Terra* $80 caib, balanc* la
6 12, and 18 months.
CARDINALL & MacGREGOR
108 B8PLAHADB (OLD POST OFFICE)
Plwut IDS P.O. Mat MU
Agents for London Assurance Co.
We have a good selection of Houses for Sale or Rest
OABUSO FIGURES JII BREACH OF
PBOMI8B OABB
Olrl In Milan Store Sum Him for
160,000
Caruso's ardent love-making waa
the subject of an action in Milan, Italy,
where tbe world-famous tenor was sued
for breach of promise by a girl named
Hun.'Hi. About five yeara ago Caruso
foil in love at first sight with a beautiful shop girl who sold bim a neck tie
in Milan. Caruso proposed immodiato
elopement, but tbe girl prudently referred him to hor parents. Caruso left
Milan some time later, but bo continued to sbowcr valuable presents on tlie
girl. He gave bor money wherewith tu
buy dresses and to learn French and
piano accomplishments necessary to the
wife of a celebrated singor. Meanwhile
he wrote ber many passionate love letters in which he promised to marry her
soon.
Eventually Caruso summoned bis fiancee to Berlin, whore ho presented ber
to bis friends as bia future wife. Then
be changed his mind and refused to
marry her. The girl was heartbroken
and strove to move tbe obdurate tenor
who accused her of blackmailing. As
an amicable settlement was impossible,
litigation was tbe only available remedy
and tho girl claimed 1^10,000 damages.
Caruso's lawyer decided tbat there bad
been no promise of marriage despite the
evidence of tho love letters in court.
At the same time, nays tbe "Leader"
he stated that Caruso was ready to give
ber a certain sum as compensation.
The case was adjourned for a month
when tbe verdict will be given.
The weakest among us bas a gift,
bowpver sesmingly trivial, wbicb is
peculiar to bim, and wbiob, fpifhAy
p**d, wlU-b* a gift-»liQ tp bla-uw^
Buikllf ,    -
•TOM MUCH! ?&§.r
IMM
TO CANADIAN AEOHITEOTB
SAVjVARD LAMP DISTRIPT
TAKE NOTIOB that Cora King, of
Vancouver, 11 C, occupation, aiilnster.
Intends to apply lor permission to purcbaae tb* following deaerlbed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about 3J
chains eaat of the point of conimcnco-
meiit of T. L. SOtlt, and alongside a
surveyor'* poat bearing number ill6;
thane* nortb 10 chains, thenc* east
10 chalna, thence auuth 10 chains
thtnet weat 40 chain*, to pplnt of com-
lenceinent, containing M0 acre* more
or I***.
CORA KINO.
QBORQB  VERD1BR,
llth January, llll.
Agent.
COAST ltANUK ONE! LAND DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICE that Qeorge Vordler
occupation, Umber
of Vancouver, B. C. ,  , ...
cruiser. Intends to apply for permission to purchaae the following deacrib
ed lands: Commencing ut a poat planted
10 chains south of tne north aasi cor-
•r of T. L. 31261: tbence east 41 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence weat 80
chalna, thence soulh 40 chains, thence
eusl 10 cbalna, thence south 40 chains,
lo point of commencement, containing
180 acrea more or leia.
OEOROE VERDIER.
9th January, 1918.
SAVWARD  LAND  DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICE that Alice Pence Has-
well. of Vancouver, B. Cl., married woman, Intend* to apply lor permlssl.in
to purchaae the following described
landa: Commencing at a post plained
at the aouth-east corner of T. L. No
80184, thence west 10 chains, thence
aouth 80 cbalna. thence east 40 chains.
thence north 40 chains, thence eaat lu
chalna, to water's edge, thence norlh
40 chains along allure lo point of commencement, containing 180 acres niore
or less.
ALICE   P8ARCE   HA6WEI.L.
OEOROE VERDIER.
Agent
llth January,  1913.
.  SAVWARD LAND DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICE that Robert Hurl
Klnmond, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, broker, Intends lo apply for permission to purchase tbe following
described land*: Commencing at u pout
plunled at tho touth-west corner of
Lot numbered (7, Ihence north (0
chains, thence we*t 80 cnaina, tbence
south 60 chains to water* edge, thence
east following water's edge to point of
commencement, containing 880 acres
more or lets.
ROBERT   DUFF  KINUOND.
OEOROE VERDIER.
Agent
1 Ot Ji January. 1918
COAST HANOE ONE LAND DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICE that Billot Alexander
Hatwell of Vancouvtr, B. C, occupation, broker, Intendt to apply for pvr-
mlstlon to purchaae mt following inscribed landi! Commencing at u noil
1 planted about 80 chuins louth of tbe
,tlorth-cait comer nf Lot 88. and at
tbe corner touth of the tloreatld corner, thence north 60 chains more or
  leu lo cornir of T. L   88861.  thence
niniullllnn   l.r  W.m   Ilnluomlln   BllIM    ' «*•!   80   ChllM,   thonCt   IllUlll   60   lIlUlllS
Competition for New Onlvertlty Bulty-, „,,„,.„ „„„ „ cniln, u, „olnl of com.
lngl to be Erected at Point Orty I menccment containing 100 acres more
Near Vancouver. British Columbia.    , or lea*.
near twuiiivm, »"""' «»'"«"»•■ ELLIOT ALEXANDER HASWEI.L.
_    „  ~   , , .   - .    .,   I OEOROE  VERDIER.
The Oovernment of British Columbia ■■ Agtnt
invite Competitive Plans for the gener ' Ith January, llll. ,_
al Bcheme and design for the proposed
new University, 'together with more do;       BAYWARD LAND DISTRICT
tailed Plans for tbo buildiugs to be ——
erected  first at su estimated coit of!    TAKE NOTICE that Peter Roy ('rain
tl 100 110(1 "I Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lum-
ti •       '. ,,.d..     .„  , ,    Iberman, Intends to apply for permls-
Pniee of $10,000 will be given for I slun lo.purchaso the following ietcrlb
tbe most successful design! submitted   id landi    	
Particular, of the competition   and \ ^.t'coVtWrle^ioS'llff: KS&
plan of tlte may be obtained on requetl; „orlh 80 chain*" thenci weit 10 chains;
from the undersigned. ; thinci toutb 10 chalnt: more or leu
Tba daaiani to be lent in hv Julv ! to water'i edge, thinci eait following
ai.Y iowg.Hj„. Ia  ,7        '      y'>«" llm to point of commencement.
31it,  1BU. addressed  to containing 180 acres mor* or leu
THE MINISTER OF EDUCATION, . PETER ROY CHAIN.
OEOROE VERDIER.
Ageul
Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, Britiib Columbia.
llth January, 1918
1
We solicit the trade of all builders who appreciate
High Grade Goods at a moderate price, and the
prompt and careful filling of orders, which our large
slock and long experience io business makes possible.
Burrard Sash & Door Factory, Ltd.
FOOT OF ST. GEORGE ST.
NORTH VANCOUVER
Now Showing
All the Newest Stylet in
Ladies' ind Gentlemen's
FINE FOOTWEAR
The Leading Manufacturer! of Canada and Great
Britain are represented in our stock
Our window* art replete with a fin* feast of tha
lateat and most stylish ahapet.
\
I (        BOOTS AND SHOES BBPAUtBD  WHILB YOU  WAIT
ti.,ni..,fiinr   Mtinri u    lUflNlffm I
MACHINERY NBWLV INBTALLBD
► ,»»•*»»«.*•«
>»■»■»%♦
Wood-Paige Shoe Co.
FIRST STREET EAST
Cnwa Black.      N.it Baak oi M«tml     Opp. Cky Hall
mmmm*
in this Territory for
m^mammmmmmrttwmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtJmtmmwtmmm
SHERWIN WILLIAMS FAINTS AND
VABNIBHES,
McOLABY'S STOVES AND BANQES,
KEEN GUTTER SAWS,
AMAZON BOOFINO,
\  /
OABOT'S SIIINQLE STAINS,
ELWOOD FENCES AND GATES.
\
SMABT'S     (O)     HAMMBBS    AND
WEDGES
Bach of theia lints an conceded tu
t
be the standard of tbo country.  Ou:
stock Is all bought from repretoutatlve
Bros.    Some of tbess lines we are
i
compelled to ask a little more for be
cause It coats money to manufacture t   .
bigb gradt article.
«:■■•.
paine & McMillan
Phone 12.
Wholesale and Retail Hardware
FIRST STREET AND LONSDALE
PARK VIEW
FORMERLY KNOWN AS
LARSON'S RANOH
PARK VIEW lira right ou the famous southwestern slope of North
Vun, iiiiwi. whore the wealthiest and most prominent cl titans of Nortb
Vaueouver are buyiug hoincsitea. It has a glorious unobstructed view
of the Hull of Georgia and Vaueouver; lying opposite one of our largest parks ,where au armory and drill ball will be built.
I'AliK VIEW ia only a few minutes' wulk up two of our most prominent streets, slightly over half a mile from the ferry wbarf. Every
lot ia now cleared and iu grass. Passing right by PARK VIEW will be
tbe Boulevard Belt I. Tar.
See us at ouco for prices an,I terms, as we expect tbis property to
be snapped up by eager buyert.
McMillan & reid
Pboue -J3J. ll) LONSDALE AVENI'K
P.8.—For a few days, view lots can bo bad from i'i'.m up.
NOTICE
111 consequence of very greatly increased business, the
B. O. Livery Sale Stables havo Imported from Seattle last
Saturday a number of nice and thoroughly wall broken
quiet hones for livery purposes. Also severs! new vehl-
cits, Including a well-appointed >aovtred back ln tbt latest
styls.
Mr. Dumat, the proprietor, bigs to Inform hit custom
trt tbat be cau tupply thtir requirements at any hour of
tlie day or night to their entire satisfaction. Phone 347.
B. C. LIVERY <a SALE STABLES
4U. a-TREET, Wl vI TELEPHONE B4T
Have Your
Prescriptions
Filled by the
m
/
North Shore Drug Co.
P. S. THOMAS, fhm.%1
Druggist, U6 Esplanade Weit

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