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Volume 11
.Nokth Vancouver 11,0.,  Kiiiiuy, June i), 11)11
Number 27
PUBLIC MEETING TONIGHT
IN LARSON'S PAVILION
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Prominent Speakers-Live Public Issues
A meeting ul which prominent apeak-
ere will Im heard upon Important pub-
lie isstios will bo held ou Ihu root gar-
dsn of the Pulaco Hotel this (Friday)
evening al eighl o'clock. The meeting
will bo under the auspices ol tlie
North Vancouver Conservative Association antl lite following speakers are
on tho progrum : Hun. W. li. Ilo.'e,
M.L.A., Minister uf Lunda und.Acting
1'romier, Hon. V. 1. Carlor-Cotton, M.
L.A., Geo. IT. Cowan, Esq., M.P. It
is also hoped that Goo. 11. Hurniirtl,
Esq., M.P., Victoria, will lie able tu
Ihi present to give an address. 'I l.e
city band will rondor a musical program beginning at 7.30 o'clock. Light
refreshments, ion cream, etc., will he
fur sale at the- booth on tho roul pardon. This ia c.|... i..l lu
be a rousing meeting and ample scot
ing accommodation will Ik provided
lor gentlemen and ladies.
Imperial Car and
Shipbuilding Co.
Renew Request
The Guaranteeing ol the 11,01111,1100
Bond ia. .ue Cutler Consideration by
Hi inai   Council.
Communications from the Imperial
Car antl Shipbuilding Co, were read
at last night's meeting uf the districl
aoiiinil i.'.|.i...im.. the uppoinlinunt ol
a committee to discuss the proposition
ul submitting a bylaw lo he voted on
ro Ihe guaranteeing ul M .iiuii.i nu worth
ul their bond issue. Thc writer ..ial..I
that Ihu rctpiest wua bucked up by u
petitiun signed by over 0011 ratepayers. The mallei wus referred lo cum
mil tee.
Thu McDmigull'.lcukins Engineering
Cu. ulso wrolc asking Ihul their lion.is
should bo guaranteed lo tho extent of
MfiOaOOO. Thia was referred lo the finance committee lor a report.
The reeve called attention to the existence uf somo shacks in Norlb I .una
dale which hud become the rendczvoua
ol a hobo clement, these shacks, some
uf which were uccupied, were e disgrace to the districl, and wanted im
mediate atlcnlion. Thc reeve also
stated that upon iiis|wrling some ul
ilicsc buildings ho hud found litem in
a filthy and unsunilnry condition. In
one case Die residents adjoining 1 he
property complained ol having been
■ ii 1 an I a..I hy Ihe Bounds ol revelry
ul nights in a shuck near thc l.ynn
Creek.
ll was decided thul atepe for the removal ol 1 lies.' nuisuucea be luken nt
nn curly dule.
A poiition -iiiii. .I hy len people was
received asking for u sidewalk un Ilus-
kins ltoud, This mailer wua r-iferrod
lo lho Honi.I ol Works.
In reply lu tho recent letter ul the
cuuncil to lho government listing that
llieir mad up. 1.1.1. ml. ni lur man
und constable ahould he {appointed
apeciul fire wurdens in Ihe district fit
Ihe butter protection ul Ihe rcsiuents
thereof. The coinnumoner [or, fire pro-
lection, Mr. Gladwin, wrote, staling
that thc government waa nui nl pics-
enl making any tippuiulmeitla ul litis
nature, but thought lho difficulty
might be overcome by Ibo cuuncil insl rucling these men lo exercise the
proper precautions and when 1l.11.gn
011s 1 cases wore discovered lo hnvo jurisdiction sufficient tn have the I rouble   nil. 1..I1.1   lO,
1st of July was discussed. Aa, however, the finances of lho organization
did not admit of this outlay it wus
decided to allow somo other body in
belter financial circumstuucea (0 entertain the naval mutt. Mr. Mordon's
remarks that the Hoard of Trade
sh..11I1I aland tin its uwn feet und re-
ijuesl lho help of nu ulher butly in uu
expenditure ol Ihis kind was in accord with lho :a ni ni . ul Ihiiao pro-
sent.
SATISEACTOKY SETTLEMENT
Muyor McNeiah, who wus recently
entrusted with the mission of interviewing Mr. Ilitatocd ul the U. P. It.
regarding thu train niiisuncc at \ an-
couver where pnlrona ul .ho I'li'ty
Co. are sometimes forced lu wait
frum IS lo 'atA minutes belore being
able to crosa thc trucks, has arrived
al au amicable, settlement will) the
C.I'.H. snd a constable with authority lo order trains to move on uflet
a stop of 6 minutes or moro ucroaa
tho lorry right-of-way will lw appointed lo remedy Ihis ntiisunce.
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New Wharf at
Vancouver Approach
pcfry Company Takes Action in iho
Alnltm- uf Belter Wharfage i>-
fsilillos,
Tlm construction uf 11 niodprn  pun-
inuii wharf 01) Um Vancouver aide ul
Ilm Inlel ni the foul ul I laliimlai 1 Ave.
wits decided upon nl ill.! 1111.el.i11g o\
the ferry directors yesterday i.liir-
muni. Manager Heard prtstulod plain
uud specifications for the onnsidtration
of lho directum und thu pr..) "I In its
entirety will he approved ol. Ieiiti.'i'ii
will In., called (or iliu coiislriuMiun and
delivery within, llll days ol !'i p..ti-
loons laud coversj of an upprovetl
pnllcrn'within 11 few days. In mli*
linn lu the belter uharfugu'and thick-
ing llicililies niiliii.liul in Ihe plans ul
tlm now wharf slips .capable ol ne-
c'litniii.uiul ing Iwu lmal 1 .will Ihi in-
stalleal and a height house will bu
[.'reeled nu Ihe end ul uuu ut 'In:wing
llouls.
COMMON SENSE; Don'l imagine (or a monicul thai Uncle wants lo get in (or your licallli
■Ml _■ t-
CONCERNING BALLOONS
I'ur some limo Ihe ferry management havo been negnliiiling with
(uptuin Ibiiii-. lho Vanoouver bird
man, lo givo a sories of balloon as-
cenaions 011 this side of Orf Inlet. The
Captain wrote tho leery company recently stiiiiiiV thai iie would make
forty or lilly yecy/ils in Norlh Van
couver providln^rtho Company mode
him u giiurnn/V' ul si,mm in .'iiH■
ul un 11.e1.lc11/ a-t tl.i- dialrict adjoining Nurlh Viiiiruilici wus extremely
muiitiluiiiigli und dangerous. The directors have nol as yd decided just
what to do about litis mallei. All arc
agreed Ihat the ferry receipts wuuhl
be greatly augmented fluting llie dura
liun of lho exhibitions, beside Ihe bone-
Ill which would nutitrully billow in introducing travellers tu the Norlh
.Shore and lur a lime al least the proposal will lie held in abeyance.      '
If.   '
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WBI.ICITY BI'HEAL' IN OPERATION
The publicity end inlormetion bureau recently established by Ibe doinl
Civic Advertising Commitleo in Conjunction with the Board ol Trade in
this city is nuw under operation under
the management ol Mr. Hood. Aid.
Smith announced Ibis officially at tho
Wednesday night meeting ol Iho Board
of Trade. When in lull swing Ibis institution will lie one ol Iho greatest
factors in Norlh Nuncouvcr for
encouraging the eettling of a desirable
class of people in our cily as reliable
information regarding tho cily and
district will be supplied lo uny part
ol the world free of cost from this
centre and a labor bureau in connection offers inducements lo the work-
Ingman lo reside in our 'community
and secure work without'having to
(my out. cash in order to get il.
(Jnder \k"i direction ol the t wo bodies above indicated Mr. Hood ie now
preparing a campaign of advertising.
i idler was received and reed at the
meeting from Mr. Fowler, Gnllsliaw,
Eog., assking for information Regarding Norlb Vapcouvor real o»l/|c aad
general development. Mr. Duliildson,
tbe secretary-treasurer, was iallruoted
to forward Ibe requested pu/iculori.
Tfae question uf hoepilalil.ylbang ex
tended bo tfae oficore of If. M. 3.
Jtainbow, when thoy are hojo on   the
STBKET SPIIINKLEIl OHDEKEI)
Thu looal public will he pleuaed lu
learn lhal about three Wicks ngu the
cily cuuncil placed an order with the
Austin Mnnulacturing Cu. of Chicago,
for a fits) gallon modern st r. ol eprink
lur. Aa du.. inun. wero given tn rush
the vvagaai. Hu..ugl.. it ahould arrive
nn the ground In-lorn itiuny duyahuve
passed. The. sprinkler will bo placed
in commiaaion immediately upon ils
arrival in Ihe business section of the
city end in streets contiguous thonlo.
ICELANDERS    CELEBRATION   ON
JUNE 17
Tho Icelanders of tho Pacific north-
weet"Vill hold thoir annual celebration
on Saturday, .lune 17th, at Ihe Hor-
ticulturel grounds. Tho horticultural
grounds have been secured for Ihe
day and evening and sports .will be
held on the recreation grounds just
adjoining. The North Vancouver tily
band will furnish music through mi
Ibo entire day. II is estimated thai
full a thousand members of Iho Icelanders will lie present (rom all over
tho Pacific coast, including tho cities
of Vancouver, Seattle, j.os Angeles,
ai well as northern points.
MAHBIEIMIn .Saturday evening,
•lune Hid, at Iho home ol thc bride's
parents on Bewick Ave, Miss Gertrude
lioedt wae united in marriage with
Mr. William Falkc, captain of the lerry St.' Oeorge. The ceremony war
performed by Kev. W. (.'. Schlichlur i
the presence of a number of tfae immediate firiwds of tfae contracting pur
Met. Tfae happy couple wi|l reeidooo
?»rd street.
Local and Personal
Mrs. I. W. Iluney, Keith lluuil,   will a
not receive nguin unlil autumn.
The widening uf l.ousdulo Avenue lu
till  loot   within   the  oily   limits   will
I.... 111. be commenced,
Mr. und Mrs. Ilonaouit of t'.lh slreel
uro rejoicing over the arrival ul 11
daughter.
Mr. uml Mrs. Iluvv.ud of 7lh -lid.
ure receiving congratulations un ih
arrival uf u sun und heir.
Wurk up the promised 11 tool 10.nl.
in the west Cupilauo district h. h ho
gun.
Mrs.'Arthur flavins, cur. Ith sir,'I
und Muhon Ave. will mil receive uguiii
until UU I until.
Mr. uml Urn. I'i'ed Vance of i'Viim.
me tlie guests of Mr. Vuncc'e In. il. 1.
un Kith street.'
Wurk on lho Icinpiiriirv hVilitu
whiitf at llollybtirit is mulir the ai r.e
liun uf Conn. Lawsuit,
Mr. John llrccnlo s of Killmiihoni,
Scollnnd, is spunding 11 l.w weeks ill
North Vuncouvui' witere he is inleiist-
e<l in some properly.
Mr. N. (.'. Peureii, recently I he npr •»
ecnlalivc for Norlh Vuncoujqi ior ll..
News-Advertiser,   Ims   boon rfppoinli»l
lo the editorial staff ol.tho  Turonto
1 World.
The si.v fool trails in McTnvi.h I'nii,
ure nearing oomploliolt and Ibe wo.'.
Hn llu; Wi loot roadway lo the lur.
near tha.home of I. p. Crawford Im
been commenced.
I The l.ynn Vulley Komi Ileal' Hua
lings Crook is much Improved uflet
Ihe niuenduniisiiig process Ihe dialrict
eonneil ia considering improving thi"
Ihnruughfurc fnrllier iniii ll.e lis
tiiel.
Thu hi-ith lbmd will shortly be
greut ly Improved (nun Ihe North Aim
(0 jhe eily limits by tie d .-liiil
: Ihorilies. This decision on Ilic purl nf
illic Norlli Vancouver nuihuriti | il
'portly due lu Ihe establishment of rev-
j oral new industries ip Ihul vicinity.
i Mudnnie Burke, w, II known in
i North Vuneouver mid V.,i,coiiur nm
■ nieiil circles lell An Sulurduy on iin CX-
I undid trip to 1 he Bpbtincnli Hatdamj
i Burke will tilliiid Ihe coronal un n.
1 well ns visilin... points of inteiust ill
j Italy, (ierniiiny, I'V. 11c■, Spain, Ml-
norland, Austriu nnd Holland,
Messrs. Purse * Galloway, bmldin/
conltdii'lurs, huve come over from
Vancouver nnd cumin. n> 1 d building opera! ions here. They lire l.uth ty|iienl
.Scotchmen bul not slfiuigrrs In these
quarters, Mr. Galloway loiving lirsl
cumo lo lho wesl over iiil years ago.
um) in Ihis lime has impcrinln led lln-
cuiislriielion ol somo of Ibe largest
buildings in the 4ly. They me pre
eenlly erecting some six-roomed
houses for solo un Keith Koad close
lo lite Lynn Vail.\ .11 line ami by
maintaining their old icpululion we
should havo litem Int 0 long lime os
.rotnoMe 4 North Vancouver,-
1.null WtlllK  IIV.I'llvl' HO'.S
Wedding Bells
A  very }iieti;,  wnliling wus solemn
Lung Icy   win 11 UL
line of ile nui-l serious l.i-la lire
with whicli the North \nncoiivci lir
dep.iiiineiii have liml lu butlle with ' i'ed yccSerduy 11
for untie lime nccurntl un lut day
Insl. vl,i,,.i il.na- uVhiei. iu ll.
nil. riiuuii Iin ili'jiiiritui ni wile n 1 1...1
thai a conflagration in the vhi it; ul
llie   -Illpiilicse    I'eu   t'lll'.ieus   Wil     a.i.li.
ing "liciiglh uml wns lllic.ilcliing   ll.
-hticks, tents uud'ulher buihliiigl   ml
'•'"" 'W   l,l,!"'      liw'Hn   l">" iliugf miinl;ei  ,,i rcliilr.'is and lii.nls
were .jiiial.lv- on  Ihe sun., and ii 1. 1
Buildiig Permits
llttililiiig vvitliin the pul week .diows
HO perieplible drop til a n''nil of the
carpenter's si like. Many ul tin new
lesidiiieis mill dwellings going up uro
uwn'od In nowl) ariivcd residents lu
ilia.' Nul'lh Shore. A in.llll,<r nf camps
inn mil icI in llu' purDiils, which is a
loiiipliin.'iii to tin clinnile iitl',0 pro
viiit-e ns well as being u gratifying in-
jervusril auuiiiiei home li.'iumt. 1'or-
mils issued since the llrtl i.tsl. uie ua
fulluivs:
John Hell, kitchen in lol II. bluck'
loli. SI50.
.1. C. l.ilnioui, cabin uu '.'2nd sll'tCaU
.l.il.iison Moiiuhun aid Miss Mund 1 a
llu iin.' Hullidge of North Vuiico.iver
were ..mli.-d in itiurriugij by the h'ev.
I1..11.1I1I Malleoli. Ihe ceremony look
place,   at   ihe  resilience of ihe   '.rule-  (flfin,
groom's father tn  I lie presence    ul" n'j    ''    •sniabwuud.  I  loutli frame building on I lii's'luilielil, .>|iill.
S. II. Soldal, I 1.iniii blingnltiw   .111
lean ellorts win., put loll It lo gain eon- | .".  ..""'.  ""■''""" """■'    "' ,'.''Jial street, (PHI.
Ihu bride,  who was given uwny    by
,  I Kev.    C    Mclliainml.     looked    very j    |-    Mj,,.-,    Ivvclbng on Pl'.li   sir el,
d   and   the  shades,   nlnming   1 i:pt j ehurniing.    She wus prellilj    govvi.nl   fl.tHlt).
across ilu scone but dmiiiess vv.i.s ai
pulled by  ll.e lurid glmv lhal
lo ihfy the puny eltolt-  of lllfltl to a 11
apur   and   still   lln.y   bat I l.d    a
llie    hungry   Jiaa.la.v-.-s.     I'll)..liv   al     llll
o'clock' W.tlm'ailay   iii"iiiing _ ,... e-s
elov.i ed llie efforts of ll.e III..I IVi I.
el- und llll! jal'U!.'!. s's of \\,e Ilia 1 .. •
illll'   la ll,        A    p.lll.'.     ■ I    lila'll    Wu.      ai la
lo   watch for sli, ,.    parks or M.o.il
ilering  iiiib.rs  that  niigiil   i.'i.e.v    llie
in,il.li-. iiiul Ihey effectually  i  in, ' I
iii   the   handiwork   of lln i    ,•;! i , a
Indium  ol  the   Nurlh   \i.l   .dr.cr  lire,
ilcparliiicnl.
Sliiliunl.   Hall, residence; mi I heslsfi
Held, gnWI.
Illll'liinll llllll .-a.. ..I., sl.ii Is on'.'Isl
slreel, iVM.
inaied   as   flower   girl.   Ptetonis    and |   ,;    ||    \Vt.tls.  cump ou   Esplanade,
longriit uiul ion- ware nuuieruiis.  .vlter  ?iitl.
in while and enriicil u lurge shuwnr,;
uf lillgs ul the vull.y. Little Nellie j
Moiiuhun,    siaier   ol   ihe. Iirid vgrooini
SAD At I ill'i NT
ViNlerduy  evening
,:i'i  .vlul
i .0 hui i, .lohn Aiiln.r   lieiiie/i.i   und
In- brother, wet.  p-uiinj iiour the lir.•■
hall on lilt 1.I1-1 el  ihey lout.il it   pi in
Lit \- oi iKiininit     Ira ilu  Iwo in   llu'..:
do,en  slicks   mid a tin I ov  ol    .. j .
which hud boen lefi   lying i ruuiul   l.v
iv'orkill.in.   One of 'lie' ... ,. lltniw lit-,
bux   cunlainiiig   ihe  ......  n ui.isl  u
rock Causing Iheni lo expl.ah .  il|f  .
plosion aim I lioflt  a . .    t    '    oil
ct  hid nfil Dr. '1 hoiiipsiiti wn i
uml attend .1 llu    "     ul  .   i   pi .1..'
Iiouiii on 3rd -n. 1    I it 1   In   '. w
...iniii! was 1.1 M.al In nan iilliili.iu,   ,„
in.iiai.ilail wi re the bu; 'a I , 1, Al   fjiigt
of going to (an ;'. Ilm boy is sllll unl.:.
llll!   II.llll.II..'     ol    Opia.li ll
from Ihe wounds would nli. w, ,    li.
almost nub. ur.ilili'.     Hud the ilni'ii'
ile la.-ua nxplotliil nl lb.-..nine lime ll...-
i||   would   In.ve    been    greut
enuiigh lu lune killed i'i men.    Ifajs
is mil  llie lirsl   aciidem  ,.f fjjj     soil
in the city owing In cva'plusi'. s huvllig
been left   iii'iiuti.l . nal  | 1 ui 1	
this lopcel shiiiild be oiifotenl..
lfl'J'ftl''SI',NI..\ll',l'.-   HI-    MM),   Iv
CANADA  \ISIT Nllli'lll tiWrUV.
Ilepii-si.'iitiiliii>i ul the daily ' M.-.d,:-
in t'liiuula"      mngii/iiia'    idj|,,|     ||,,,
Noilh      SIlOI'O       > 1 -Jl i'i l.'.v      lllleinuoli
, wilh u view of nuking specia) men
llie wedding dinner ihe happy couplci "
left lur (heir hoiiiniiinun. Ihey will le- aWKI.
side iu .Nortli  \iincoiivei.
Wai son, cabin on '-'.'ial sirucl,
iahi isiiittni
j    II.  I rqtiiirl, -m.all building un lllh
slreel, tli).
1    Zuviilee Siilvatiire, residence on lolh
streel, ,*'J.:iiHI.'
The inniriugc lot* pine,: on Tuesday      '■•  ■'■  Giffonl. resilience on   I'splan-
li 1  at  M.  Agatha's church,     Norlh i"1''' *:'1""-      '.
\ niieouvcr, ol Mr. English, llu:    well     ■'• •'•  ll"""1'1 "'
known proprielor of the 0. Iv. grocer)  "l""1 l"'1' *'•''	
lo Miss Grace Boyd, recently of Eng     "•   Hlackwiil, 1
lund,   Saiine years ugu wh.'t   Mr   l'.n„    m*t,
lull lull lho uiul her laniniiv  In pan sue     "'■  ''•   ■*il"ilh, 1
lln: goddess ui forlnne in lho ptuspei    "c'' *"""
mis  colunies promises wcio exoltungedi "   '
between Iliu euupleund'liieae weru lju-1*   J'
ally renewed und rulilied ul ll.e above!    .""    ili""''1
'2nd slreot, WOO
8. II. Walker, milile. un 110 streel
siihtic' un   17th
111.    1 spil.all.aih:,
ill llu: home
ceremony.
Ihe wedding look pin.... ..a .,..; ........
01  Mr.  I'i. T.  English, brother of llu:.1'""1' *|0° :  »'. rkslmp on  11 Hi street
groom, lo   Sl.  Agaihii clniich,   Kev. j"""1, mA.
lb.   how.: ullicialing.   iho bridi:   wus      J  IWInv. cu ,,, 0,1 I'suli.ni I,•. IfliV)
ulliteil in while crepe do el.,:,,,., trim       U'l'"1''   ""' '"'   ,'*''lli"f °'    ,9lh
lmal wiih pink cu n.it urns and was ot-f'1™1 '„*''*'''•
l.'iul..1 by  Mi»s  I ill en  I nglisli, chut in-
ingly nl iii ed in while,   with   udutiil
1 Jibuti insertion.  Mrs. li  T.   Etigliidi
ll'ili'dl   While U 1 IUII  SCl'gC.
The giicsis ini'linlid  Huv, uud  Mis.
Howe   uud various jneinbors   of   (he
on   Keith
family.
HENNI'/IT-McCAlN
f.    It,    1'iiiie.   leiidnif
Hanoi    Ct     ••       'HI
W. P, Ciiir.ii .1,  , Iai 11  al ca rper of
Si. Guorge end I Dili, HMO.
W. J. Elliuil, W.hi.ni Avenue, W,-
900.
J. P. (lubberly, icsideiitii un I lies-
l.iliehl. KI/itK).
W   I'   Keiiiiiiiy, cump un (th s|ie I
lur boarding bouse, PMl.
1Mb
Win. if, MeLeiiii, residence
street, HI.OOU
A  happy event   which wus quite 11
sensation jn Nnrth Vancouver society ,
,    1     , ,    ,        .  u ..    ...      A01II1   Viin, ouver Coal and   Supoly
look plane yoslerday m 8 p.m. m »!.■„' ... ,    ,. V
11,      1      , .«,, ,        ,       I 0., Iwu Iri'iglil sheds un I he   '.sp bin
John a   cburcb   on Lllh sire t,    when
'li     I   ilyn llennelt ol New York city
wus uiiili.il in murrioge lu Mr. I bur
le   Wi ley McCain ul Vancouver, Hov.
M. Michael Podniure, M.A. ollieint-d.
After Ihe ca r.'iniinv ihe inviied guests
drove to the huine ul C. S. Heimell.
Iiculhei nf Ihe bride, where a icop-
lion wus held. Nunnruiis nnd cuslly
prostnils cuii»isling ul cut  gluss.   nil-
lion of Nurlh  \niiiuiiv,r 111 the   n \l   ■',| "",l ,,|li"" *«« among lho iulyjns
cillTi'llt   ilSUS   uf   Ih''   indanoinii.     This
a     1    . !   li   I    a i      III a     ,,  ■
ainal copies will be fuiind iu fully SO')
cjlios ol ihe noniiiiion, win rev ir Tha
l'.v|iugiuphieiil 1 iii'ni I'xtsla.
ode, tolH) upiecc.
On Siindav morning nc.vl al tin new
I'resbyleriaii .'li'iieh in l.yi.n \i,llny
the aAu-vieu will Ixi soiiuiwliial slioildn
.al owing lo Ihe n.lj..iirii.d nu cling fur
Ihe   il.elion   uf   llala'is   vvlljl ll   )l   Ial   I,,'
held iiiiniiiliulcly after dnina
. 1    1" in in which ihe pair Worn bold
1   -  ,,1 t|,,  I,,011,.I,,, .1 ,,f ibese wua u
inngiiilieent cheat conluining   a   com
1 , , ,       1   n   ,. 1 1  lu  luko un Ins  work  ut that
plale     all     oNlOUSrillild     Illll 11    IttOUO-       , ,      . ,,       „ .
•buicli lia.'.vI  Sunduy,  Mr. Weir is   ro-
Mayor  MeN.ish  ape.nl Wednesday In
Vicloriii on liu.iiiass and nliiinrd   to
lho cily iii.iisiluy murning.
Saovi-i , ou-iiiulioi, on Lonadale Ave,
between I'.llb anjtj I lib -1reolh in now
under wuy. Work in Ihs connection
will eosl in Ihe viuin||v uf i*u,lSJ0.
Hov. Mr. Weil, the new paslnr uf lho
Lynn Valley Netliudisl churoh, ia  ex-
British   Clll'lllllain   fit*  '  a a     ilia      a,   al
est Cvmpnel arui of nn oh .nl.-il.l.- Ion
litnSn North' Ati.aiii'.,, vi/..
ttt) acres.     '
i-innied wilh the letlers E. II. Md'.
A very duitily luncheon wua served
lu Ilm gueals by Mn. II. 0. Huggles,
a sail,.al by Mrs. Lane. 'Ibo bride
wore a delightful creuliun ol croum
uilk vuih' lenibroidcred;, |iiulure hui
iiaaim with uid rore plumes, Her travelling dress copaialed uf a navy blue
serge, pongee trinjiuiiigs with bal  to
inialtii. The buppy eoiiph: left lasl
evening ufl tfae ll.Hd uleuiuei for Seel
tie   a...    lll.'il    WI aiding   laiUI    llll.l    will   be
absent lor some weskia, bul will ro-
liun und residoiu yeneonver.
eenlly from> Torauili.
A public mooting will be held in Si.
Andrew's Presbyterian church, Kiilh
Koad. . ,'nle. on Wcdu
iveiling, May I 'ih, nl V p.m. far lb"
purpose 'of ,cun«idcafn)g mouiis tuabula
blusling ami Other nui'.uni.1 011 Sunduy nnd In proiniif.. a due .'..iieeption
nl Ihe bivvH of the lund und righl ub
servn/uje of the day of real,
tyy order of Die
jPJJOVlSfONAJ, COMMIi'll'l TWO
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, ft
mmmmi
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GET ACQUAINTED
with
the
Scotch Clothing House, Ltd.
Corner HASTINGS and ABBOTT Streets
1=
SATURDAY, JUNE 10
I
WE WANT EVERY MAN IN
VANCOUVER TO GET AC
QUAINTED WITHTHE
SCOTCH CLOTHING HOUSE
ONLY SATURDAY
JUNE 10
$10
Any Suit or Overcoat in tbe Home
Only Saturday, June 10
$10
<ff
Tliis Most Liberal Offer
tVSATURDAYONLY
Any Suit or Overcoat -   -
Get acquainted with tbe Scotch House
NOTE! OnThursday,
we have decided to extenc
une I st we made the same offer which proved a huge success and
this offer for the benefit of those who are only able to buy Saturday
CONDITIONS:  Each purchaser MUST FILL IN this coupon and present same to salesman
WHY this liberal concession?   To get the public acquainted with the Scotch Clothing House daily values
Name
Address	
Norlli Sliore 1'ivsa Ltd.
Scotch Clothing House, Ltd.
Cor. HASTINGS and ABBOTT STS.    K. GRANT, Mgr.
North Vancouver Business Cards
ARCH ITI.CIS
A. S. W. Mackay     J. M. Markay
Aa.o.M.l.a.l  I   I
Architect • uml Civil Enginecri
Hal!our her  illock - • - •   Kspltnudo
NOU'I'H VANCOUVEB
CONI'KCTIONKRY
A. CAMPBELL HOPE
('. A. (AL.
ARCHITECT
601) llaslingi Hi rent West, Vanoouver,
II. ('. I'hone .-.'j.'.-.
Usstdnicu i Tneiiiiiii lll.aak iO'l.i St.
East, North Vuneouver.  I'hone llll'.'.
MI-MAR I)S ANI) POOL
PLAY POOL
AT HAMMOND'S
FIHST WKST
Fiaset tallies and cues ia llie City
The Palm Confectionery
Stationery, Confectionary, Ice Cream,
Soli Drinks, Fountain Drinks, Tobacco
a        l i; I.i I.una la, -, Fruit
ii. c. duoommpn it son
Lonsdale and 6th I'hone 313
CONTRACTORS
The New Illock on Lonsdals A,venuc
near tho  Ferry  Approach
was built by
SMITH BROTHERS
(ienerel Contrnolore
NOllTH VANCOUVEK
WM. MORRIS
PRACTICAL FIUKl'MCI',
ANI) CHIMNKY Hl'll.M'-R
l'riWrl Ilritk Minitlcs n Bpe-
dally.     PhoOa I,ii3
HUCKSMlTHaS
R. H. TARiN
Pioneer Borseehoer - Carriage W.irke
FIB8T BTBEF-T WESrT k l-ONSDAI-K
JM)OKS AND 1STATIONKBV
THE LEON ARD-SALE CO.
Bookeellei/e aui Stationers
Cor. l-oaaiaie and 1st.        I'hone 143
NORTH VANCOUVEB
JTARBRITK
lAMY'S;
l_4- ttt ami ttetk*
mmwwmt mmaww d\mm*w wmpaw
s
Bitfht *f4amkt ia every part)'eater.
Try at aad be uav/iami,
-ClVII, KNGINKKRH
Angus J.
a.mxe
. Cameron
k 8.
CIVII, RNGINRRH
Irrigation, drainage, Isveie, plans
and s|ierllit-iilioiis. Septic lanka and
houss draioaga a specially. P. 0.
Boi 'Hi, I fith si mot west ol Bewicks
Avenue.
FISH DRAI.RRS!
■» *■•"        "■ —•
THE NOBTH VANCOUVER FISH
AND PRODUCE CO.  .
Fresh «nd Smoked fldt
laive end Dmessd Poultry
Vegetable Delivery '.wire daily
Phoae llll 111 lVet Street
ICR DRAl,l',R'.S
JONES ICE CO.
Wiiolee tiers and (Mailers , ft fun lae
1'ittm
fm lar lamily u it
BAY VIEW TEA BOOK!I
Pnqim'M     WUPOAW  AjmBfi
PHOTOGRAPHERS
CARBUH
.Studio   over   Bunk   B. N. A.
I mi-diilc uml I  , I. n .'1-
SAWI'TI.KHS
DONALD DOWIE
Haw Filer and lirindnr. All kinds ol
laiiiiil, rross nil nnd buck suwa eel
und liled nt slim list notice. II lonsdule Avenue, Norlli Vuneouver.
TAILORS
E. LAURIN
lln_.li iln-s l.udiis' and Qwil'l Tailoring
KEITH BU1CK, FIHST STBEET
NOKTH VANClll VLB
Modern Tailor* ami Renovalory
'lol Lonsdale Avi<duc
Cleaning,  P/iisaing,  DyeinK,  Ait inn
We   use   Ihe   French   Dry   t Ir. mn,
I'llH'l*. I'I",11- Hi
NOIITH VANCOI VT.it
JOHN LINDEN
TA1MIB
Ladies' and Dent's Suits to Order
Irom iVi.OO and Wn.00 respectively
Plume 261 binadnle C„r, 16th st.
NOBTH VANCOCVEB
TKACHKRS (Music)
SAM. T. SUHON
TEACHEB l)V PUW) and THEOBV
Specially : Children's lj»a„ni ut own
home.  Terms, etc., apply Gsnerul
Delivery.
WATCH   UNFAIR ING
Is your Welch stopping or going irregularly I  See *
A. i, HOOD'
lite Worth Vatjwnvar E»|Wt
aad pioneer Jee/ciler
6v Uaaiala Avenue
SOME GORGEOUS ROBES
Will be Worn by Peers antl Peeresses
—Iniilriit'llous l- -H' 'I.
T-
Nol ii few of the rulies which will
lie worn liy peers end peeresses ut the
Coronation ceremony ure of hlslurlc
Intereet. In anmc cuses they have been
In the family lur Iwo hundred years or
mure, uml, ultli'iiitth somewhat fmlcU
when compared with the new in.mil. a,
ure worn wllh the greatest pride hy
llinse lu vvhuin Ihey belong.
The I dai,. of '■.ui I..1., ua I ..ail M.if-
sh.il. hua already Isaucal Itialruellotis
regarding Hie robes to. he worn hy
peers und peeresses, Tiny ure lu be of
crimson velvet, uml the cepce ure to
he powdered wilh Urs iluillur to the
"powdering" uh the capes of peers.
Uy the depth ul Ihe edition of fur un
Ihe mantle Ihe degree of llie wearer
Is Indicated. A ouruncw, for Instance
vveurs Vilnius lln. of fur, u viscountess
ulao bus Ulu., u loiinic.s lln,, u
marchioness Hit., und u iluchui (In.
The leiiialh of u pevreaa's Iruin tipnii
Ihe ni niiiaai - yel unothur Sinn of .degree—Is prescribed hy the Hurl Mur-
■liul ua follows: iluroneas, 1yd; vlu-
luuilitas, I',, yd.; countess, IViyd.;
iuurelilniiess, l*4yd.; uml u duvhe.i,
2 yds.
The unlet concerning peers Is us
follows;    Thul Ihe rube or Inutillu bu
of a i Iii  velvet, edged with nilttlver,
the cape furreil wllh miniver pure,
uml powdered with burs ur ruws ol
ermine (I.e., nurrow pieces uf bluck
furl, in i oiiIIiik lu ilu Ir degree, vis :
Ilurons, Iwu rows; vlacounla, two rows
and u hulf; . .n Is. three rows; marquesses, three ruws und u hulf; dukes,
fuur rows.
In luiiiltioti. II la possible that
Kiiluhls of the Hurler, Ihe Thistle, Ul.
Patrick, Ihe llulh, Utur uf Jmllu. Ul.
-in li." I ami Ui. George, and Iho
Imli.an I ii . ill • will be iilluweil tu vvetir
thu in 'i.tl' which liiillcule their re-
spccllvu nt.ins. |f this lilen Is followed   OUl aolallllain.il   spl.'llilill'   Will   ll"
uiiiinl lo the scene In Ihe Abbey, for
thu iiiniillis ure uf a very lOrgeapl
deserlptlun. The mantle uf Ihe (lur-
ter, fur instance, Is of durk-blue velvet,
Um il wllh In If.'tui. Willi this there Is
u sureuut of crimson velvet lined lies
thu mantle und uduriied like It. on lho
left breast, wllh un clnlii-puliiieil
allver-eiitbrolilered Slur, wllliln which
IS the' red eruas of Ut. llciirnc, Ihe
whole encircled by u mluulure blue
Hurler.
The mantle of Ihe Thistle II of
green velvet, und thut of Ul. Patrick
BANK OF HAMliiff
Capital Paid Up  .1 J7M/M0
Beservs it Undivided l'mftla    iVtl.M
Total Asueta   pi.null.i.uil
'Ihe Hunk ol lluuiilton invites Suv-
inus Aivounls uiul hua illinium el
ull undue loimulilies, both in the
opening ol such accounts und in the
niukitig ol withdruwuli.
A chartered bunk is the logical
place lor the sale keeping ol thc
lund you wish lo accumulate lor old
age or lo make provision lor unforeseen needs. Intereal pui'l <m deposits
ul tl.IK) and upwurda.
C. O. HEAVEN, Agent,
North Vancouver.
i   a\i\
Bl!!E
iTMin-i
Head Ofice:
HAMILTON
Is of sky-blue tabblnct, lined wllh
while silk. The muiiile uf the Itnth ll
red, onil on very hlKh Hlnte occasion!
Ihe luilgliii arc entitled to weur nlm-
sun sureuuls, vests and breeches of
while sullit, white alocklngs und sheet.
Hidden spurs, und a high-crowned hut
with n plume of vvh)le fiinhere. The
mantle ef Ihe .Slur of India Is of
Unlit 'bin'' selln, lined with while, and
,.i ai wllh blue and Silver ttisaels
with u representation uf the Htsr.
The monlli' und chapeeu of Hi. Michael and Ut. tieorge are of blue anlln,
lined  wllh srurlel silk, the hat lur-
i ind al with black feathera.
Quite a contrast Is afforded by Ihe
mantle of the Indian Empire, whlcb
Is uf purple rutin, lined with ivl||4a
silk, aud fastened wllh pure silk om!
gold Uatsels, snd on Itet left a representation of the Blar.
CHURCH NOTICES
NOBTH VANCOUVER
Baptist Church - Filth and Bt.
tieorge. Services al 11 a.m. and IM
p.m. Sunduy School and Bible ''leaa
ut I'i.lli p.m. Prayer und pruiae ter-
vioe V),.In. -.Ini at 8 p.m. Paatur, Bev.
A. .1. Prosssr, 'ind street cast,
St. Andrew's Preabyterian Churoh,
bib sir edit, Scrvire-: Hoiniii|j worship
ll a.m., evening worship at.30 p.m.,
.-Hinl.av School 1.30 p.m., Miuialer'a
liil.le Class IM p.m., Y.P.S.C.E. I u.
duy evening 8 o clock, pruyet nn. in
Wednesduy evening 8 o'clock. "Uod
nuuils you ; vou nuad Cod." Bev. Il"ii
uid Mm I.e.si. in n.it.i.
Mi'iln.di.i Church, corner ul Sixth
itreet and St. Ceorge's Avanue-
i Sunday preaciung ssrvicea at 11.00 a.
I in. and 7.30 p.m.. Sunday School aa
! Bible ('last at IM p.m., Senior Ua-
j gue on Monday evening al 8.00 p.m.,
I prayer and praise service on Wedaca-
dny I'vi'inug at tm, Junior Uegus
I service on Thursday alternoi* at i..f).
I A cordial welcome is es tended to all
10 attend these services, pastor, W.
C. Schlichlei, tesidmie, comer Keili
It.'"'I end,St, Andrew's.
St. John Us Evangelist, 8th uid
13th streets : Holy communion, .8 a.m.
nioininu prayer, il a.m. ; evoaing prayer, 7.3b p.m. On the firit Sundav in
the month Jure will be a second ct-
li'bialiun  of the holy conununloa  at
11 n in. Beetor, Bev. Hugh Hoojer.
.St. Agnes Cfcgrch, Boulevard-Vicar,
Kev. T. E. Bowe. 7.(0 p.m. evensong
every Sunday: II a.m. Holy Communion, 2nd Sunday ol every mondtv.
Tho Salvation Army a. A. Ball,
Lonsdals Avenue. Sunday — 11 a.
ni., holiness • meeting; 8 p ■.,
children's meeting: 1.16 p.m.,
salvation meeting ; Tuuaday, I p m,
holineee meeting; Wediuaday, 4 p.m.,
clnldrim'i meeting; inuraday, 8 p.ia.
aalvatlon   -
will visit any wbo arc sick or in dr.-
Ircaa at any lime.
| SI. Edmund's Catholic Church, Malum Avenue : Sundaye -Mass 10.90 a.
in,, Sunday School 1.30 p.m., Bosary
Benediclion and Sermon 7.30 p.m.
I Indian Catholic Church oi Si.
Paul's. Masa, 7.30 a.m. .Sundays. Pastor, Kev. E. r.'vinvin, O.M.I.
NOBTH I T>. DM I.
Norlh I me nine Presbyterian Chareb
I — Worahip,  Suadaya,   7.30  | m , ban-
day Sihool, mi p.m.  B. Van Muaa-
■ ter, M.A., pastor.
tit. Thomas, North Ion-dale Vi.«r,
Bev. Tl.E. Bowe- 8 am., every Sunday evi.-pi lit Sunday in month ; 6.30
;a.m., lit Sunday in month; 11 a.m.
, Matin Litany and avinmn, 2*i and 4tb
I Sunday; II a.m., Holy Communion
, mul aermon, let and 3id Sundays.
I.YNN VALLEY
|   Lynn Valley   Prcabyteriaa  Church-
Worship,' Suadays,   11   am,   Union
(Sunday Sihool,   IM p.m.     If.   Van
Munater, M.A., pastor.
I   l.ynn Vulley Mstbodiat Cbureh-Ser-
vii'e mety Munday evming in the new
church al 1 o'clock.
St. Clemttt't, Lynn Valley-Vicar,
Key. T. J. Bowe. Assistant Prieat,
Kev. II. I. Haalam, BA. 7.30 p.m„
avenumaf every Sunday; 11 a.m.
Boly coMnunida, 1st Sunday ol every
moalhaT
ATEINTS
__3___Biffi!ij'fl
it Ihe biuiunl of UihJiaWaj.
|.auSothrt. whoirrllic Iht itrimtil
I llitlr aValral InnHna-M *Tar"1r*
yaWriarliri.  CUrtn
•    ayntnpo.it.
. JtwVmk Ul.
lea IC.IIU
firlia.lu.1
' THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, & C.
THREE
a-aapi
mm
Great Hosiery Sale
The following Hoes will be offered on Saturday ant}
Monday.   Note them :
SOc and 75c values 25c a pair
Plain silk lislu threat!, also cotton embroidered and
lace hose, in black, tan, brown, reseda, hello, white,
Copenhagen, etc.  Great range to choose from..
35c to 45c values 17Ac a pair
Plain cotton and lisle thread hose, in black, tan or
grey.   Good quality, well shaped and finished.
Regular 65c Hose, 3 pain for $1.00
Women's open work silk lisle thread hose iii striped
designs in all colors and black, unusual value.
Regular 30c to 45c values for 15c a pair
Women's fancy colored lisle thread hose in assorted
patterns.   Extra special at this small price.
25c cashmere hoie 12,1c a pair
These are in plain black and well made, sliaped and
finished. The wearing parts are extra spliced. Sizes
for women.
Children's cotton hose in tan, black or white opeu
work designs.   Regular 25c values for 10c a pair.
Gordon Drysdale, Ltd.
575 Granville Streeet      -      Vancouver
Vancouver Business Directory
LADIIS' HAIRDRESSING
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
1>9 Pender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
BATHS:
Kallethe's Bath
Coiner Homer aud Pender Sts.
The only up-to-date and reliable bath house in British Columbia.
We cure where others fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
fay. Plain baths, electric baths,
fkower baths, massage for bo-
iy, scalp and face ; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS. KAM.ETHE. PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin. Germany
PERMANENT HAIB WAVE
Evory lady longs to have wavy heir.
It is now within the reach ol everyone. For some years cut hair bu been
jiermanently waved, but ths process it
had to undergo was too severe lor it
to be applied to hair on ths head,
but now science has discovered a mi
thod by which tlie hair can be waved
without injury to hair or icalp. The
wave will not wash out and damp
weather will not affect it. The process leaves the hair solt and wavy. It
has become the rago in Paris, London aud all tho largo cities ol ths
States. Special rates (or ons month.
Any iiifmmillion regarding Ihe work
will lie gladly given lo any ladies who
will call or write to
MADAME lil WPHREYS,
733 l'ender Street.
GROCERS
CHEAPS1DE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
RUBBErl STAMPS
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. W.
Cineda'i Qrentesl Western School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - -Manager
PITMAN'S
iu»lne»» College
63a Seymour St., Vancouver
Day school open all the year
round. Night school commences September 8th.
Rea-d   the   Express
WANT ADS.
THE GEO. H.   HEWITT CO.
Manufacturers
siiTiiiiiii mm mm
Sign aud Price Markers
10 Fairfield Bid.      Fone R3173
RIAL ESTATE
Yorkshire Guarantee &
Securities Corporation Lid
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
I.AND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENT,1
ESTATES   MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgatc - - - Manager
RESTAURANTS
All North Vancouver psopls eat at
LEONARDS'
Either Flack Block or Hastings St.,
opposite tho new post ollice. I^onard
sells his lea by the pound.
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
COK0UOTID er
THE MISSES DAW SOS
CerMcated Surgical, Medical snd
Maternity Nurses
Aw lei Seel Out ae AepUcstitw
For terms apply at the Hospital
nil. street East.
WHOM*. 69
All new nouses should be pi
pi (or gas in order to save tl
heavy expenditure for this con-
reslence at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT ft
POWER CO, LIMITED.
FOR SALE
300 Feet of Water-
frontage with crown
grant, known as
Wallace Shipyard*.
Terms to suit purchaser.   Apply
H. H. DEVINE,
Seymour St.
Vancouver
General Contracting
EXCAVATING,   CLEARING,   GRAf)
tPQ, Etc. Estimates Given.
MacLcnnan £* Andruu
toad, east ol St. Geo
DIM, or p. 0. Box 1
Keith Boad, east ol St. GeorgVe Are-
Pleasant FieloVof Holy Writ
Second Quarter. Lesson XI. -3 Chronicles XXX43-27. 'Jw» Ih WI.
PZWAB'S QBPAT F4SBQVEB
Israel bad reverted to idolism. He
burned incense to the brason serpent.
the souvenir of the wilderness, littt
not content witb worshipping on object ciiiiiiecli.il with bis own history be
borrowed idols Irom neighboring heathen nations. The temple ol God was
forsaken and unkempt, all its speaking
rites forgotten, its significant furniture misplaced. Molten images were
made snd human sacriflcee offered.
Even little children wore thrown into
tbe red-hot arms ol Moloch. Tbe recreant king followed bis (else logic
to ils ruinous end "because tbe gods
ol tbo kings ol Syria help them I will
sacrifice to thorn that thoy may help
mo I" In every corner ol Jerusalem
and in every city ol Judah ho made
high places to burn incense on. On
such a black back ground tbe white
figure ol tho young king, Hozokiab,
Ahaz's son, emerged. Tbe scornors ol
tho prophets, the tlmc-serviug politicians had no influence upon tho now
incumbent of tbe throne. He gavo instant battle to idolism. Isiah and Mi-
cab held up hia hands as Aaron and
Hur did those ol Moses. Tho masses
quickly caught the contagion of his
determined enthusiasm. Images, altara
and high places were swopt away.
Every hcathon badge wont to the city
dump in Kedron. At tho same time
a eystematic house-cleaning of the
long-ncglccted temple began in its inmost roccssee and ended only when
Iho porch was reached. When everything was ready, thai most pictorial
ol all religious services, Iho Feast ol
tlto Passover was rovived alter its
long and persistent neglect. This
thorough-going roligiouB reformation
was tho broad and solid Inundation
on which the superstructure ol one ol
tho moat efficient reigns ol all history
waa reared. It made (he inauguration
ol a courageous foreign policy possible
It gave stability to a domestic administration alao. Tbo wolcr supply ol Ibe
city was made adequate and permanent. Walls and lortifications were repaired, arsenals were fitted up, alios
built, shelters for sheep and storehouses for produce provided. Jiezekiali
like Solomon was not only aggressive
bul reflective also. He created a commission lo cull tbc l-i proverbs and
copy them, also probably to make un
anthology of psalms. Seal ol divine
approval ol Hezckialt and his reign
appeared in an event ae remarkable
ae Exodus or return Irom Ilabylon. It
waa Ihe deliveranco ol Sennacherib.
TRE TEACHER'S LANTERN
The relorm ol Hezckiah was thc
achievement of a young man. It ia
worth notice how many ol tho world
influencing tilings aro done by young
men and women belore they arc thirty
five. It ahould inspire young people
lo immediute endeavor. On the other
hand how ahull il ever be estimated
bow much the world has loat I u ■■
other young people have dallied. In-
spiral ions have waned, ideals huve
laded becuuae ol procroatinalion. Here-
l.i.ili was no stickler lor the minutiae
of ritual. Uecuuac ho could not observe Ihe l'asaover with absolute pre-
ciaion he did' nol wholly mini it.
What hia Ecaal lucked in lodfhicality
was more thun made up by spirit.
Thc literal acl of worahip is really of
small account. Whul count a il the
spirit whicli prompla it and ol whicli
il is lho oxpruaaion. Absence of spiiil
makes Ihe moal perfect ccrcmoiii.il
sounding braes. There ia much in a
name when il cornea lo llezckiah's-
"Jehovah Hakes Strong I" Ho baa
been called one ol Ihe host ol all the
ling, ol'Judah, ruling wilh vigor and
success. His administration has been
described in, ,.,,,,, g,.| j,, couragco IS,
prudent, religious. His character is all
lite more remarkable when lhal ol his
lather is considered. The invites vers
ashamed. Tbsy were epurred on
against their will by Ihe enthusiasm
of thc people. Official leaders are oficn
no leaders. One mcaiure ol the
grcolocas ol Uezokiah's innovation is
found in thc appeal lo conservatism
which a cunning diplomat could make
Irom it years afterwards when Rab-
(linked said dcpricelingly ''He/ekinb
took away your altars , and high-
places I" What a treasury tin Bible is
ol motives ol art and literature. An
illustration in this connection ie one
of Hyron'a finest poems on the Jc
.iti in ium ol Sennacherib.
YOI'NG PEOPLE'S DEVOTIONAL
SEKVK'E-June 11, 1911. I Peter
1:3-26. Why 1 Love Christ.
On the golden lid ol the ark stood
two golden angels whose wings met io
an arch over Ibeir heads. They were
represented as looking down. Tho lid
on whicfa Ihoy stood wu the mercy
seat. Beneath il were the stony tables
ol Iho law. It all sigiiinod thai Ibe
angels wished to look into lie mrrcy
and Uw of God. But the kindorgarltm
ege of the race witb its object lesson
ie long passed. A materiel object ie
no longer necessary. Ths great ideaa
ol mercy and obedience are incarnated
in Ihe person Jesus. Ho baa become
the supreme objoct 4 oonteBB)»tion-
love, and imitation.
The Qroffa, nm the Ferry w|furf
for t||» best in Fruits, Confectionery,
Tobaccos a»d Fountain -Deintiei, daily. Seeds and Campbell, proprietors.
16-li
PLAZA ROOMS
Just Opened—Now ond modern
throughout, special rates by woek, 118
Eaplaiiiitlc West. Mrs. B. W. Jacjisou,
proprietress.
COAST DISTRICT, BANQE 1  •
TAKE NOTICE that tho Vancouver
Timber k Trading Company, Limited,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase tbo following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted nt the
Northwest corner ol Lot 726, 1 bonce
running south 20 cbains, thinee west
80 chains, thonce north 36.09 -h mi .
thence oast 60 chains, thenco south
8.09 chains to place qf commencement.
VANCOUVEB TIMBER k TRAD-
ING CO. LTD.,        i
W. B. VAUGBAN, Agont.
Dated April 101b, 1911. 12-1
APPLICATION    FOE   LIQUOR   LICENSE
NOTICE is hereby given thnt at the
next sitting ol tho Board of 'License
Commissioners    lor   tho  District   of
North Vancouver, I, tho undersiiiii.'d,
intend   to   apply lor a hotel   liooBM
lor   premises silualo an Henlloy    Island,  Eagle Harbour, D. L. 774,   in
lho said Distriot of North Vaucouvor.
W. I). PARKER.
Dalcd at North Vancouver,
April 27th, 1911. '      tl
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
NOTICE is hereby given that thc
co-partnership heretofore subsist in .'between Ibo undersigned ua real cstiile
brokers, uudcr lho firm name ul
Piorco k Hall ol Norlli Vuneouver,
has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The business will lure
alter bo carried on by il. C. V. Hull,
by whom all debts ol the old linn will
be puid, and to whom all outstanding
uccounls duo tbo old firm are lo be
paid.
GEORGE R. PIEIlt'E.
HERBERT C. V. HAI.I-O-ii
WASH GOODS
SPECIALS
GENUINE SCOTCH GINGHAMS,  our'own importation  in   Plain
Khiimbruys and Chocks, special por yard IQo,
32-inoh PRINTS, good heavy quality,  light  and dark colors, special
por yard ; 100,
DRESS MUSLINS, plain and (ancy  Dimity  slripos,  also  dots  uud
crossbai'B, price   lllo uud 16c
A largo niiainiluienl ol Victoria Lawns, Indian Linens, IViainn Lawnf.
Naisooks, Organdies, etc.
Buttons covered Irpm your own material—all sizes.
J. J. McALEECE
Keith Block
LONSDALE AVENUE
Phono 93
TWO STORES
i.oii..iiiiie Block
COB. 16tb ond LONSDALE
Pbone 263
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS, '  ETC, ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR t"ACI0HY, foot of Si. George
Wu .'-"liiii a trial bid on vour Orders small or law
TAKE NOTICE thut Ihe Counc'l ol
Uto Corporation ol lho City of North
Vancouver intends to construct ui- .
work of local improvdnent sanitary
newer and lot connections ou Lonsdale Avenuo Irom )8lli strict lo Uth
street under aubsccllon i-'-'j section
266 of the Municipal Clauses Act and
intends to ussoss Ibe iiiiul cost thereol
upon tho real properly fronting or
nbiilliiig thereon, and lo be lienelillel
thereby, and that a statement showing tho lands liable to pay tho aaid
a.... in, ni and llie names ol Ihe own-
era thereof, so fur as eun be ascertained Irom tho lust reviled Assessment
roll ia uow on file in Ilic oflico ol the
Clerk ol tho Municipality and is open
for inspection during office hours.
The   estimated   m.-i  of llie work is
tlW, of which (210 is to be provid
ed out ol thc   general fiitnla a
Municipality.
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
("ily Clerk.
Norlh Vaucouvor, B. <'.,
Juno oil.. 1911.
la,.
ll, ii
D.L 1039
About Hall a Mile from Car Terminus
Half Acre for $650
Being Blocks 42 & 43.   150 x 147.   EASY TERMS.
i^r SEE NORTH LONSDALE BEFORE BUILDING
JACK LOUTET
213 LONSDALE AVE.
TEL. 47
COR. NYE STMEET
TEL. 87.
Purse & Galloway
BUILDING CONTRACTORS
Brick und CSncrote Work
Houses,   Bungalows,   Elc. a Specialty
Plans submitted,  Estimates
Cor.  Keith Roud and Boulevard
NORTH  VANCOUVEB
H. D. RUGGLES
BARRISTER
.NOTARY PUBLIC
122 Dili Street East Norlb Vsncouvsr
Phono 273
FRED G. TURNER
Notary Public
Loans,   Investments    and    Insurance.
Room 807, 632 Grunvjllo St., Vancouver, B. 0,  Phono 11209.  Laud Registry work a specially.
N.V.W00DYARD
CUT WOOD
16 inch-13 per loud
12 inel.■ fi.lh per l,..„l
Coidwood—16 per cord
Office and Yard:
SECOND and ST. PATRICK
Phone 190
P. 0. Bars 130
n. E. KKUtil-U
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork,
All Work Guaranteed
Corner Fifteenth St. aud Mahon Ave.
E. DOWU
:ONTRACTORANl))HiII,l)I5R
Plans, Specifications, Intimates
P. O. Box 27, North Vancouver
■M
WEST VANCOUVER
"DUNDARAVE" D.L 555
Ths contract for constructing a wharf at DUNDARAVE hu been let and the ferry
will soon be calling there. The finest and largest lots in West Vancouver are in this properly,
and are ideal for residential sites. Size 65x132. Prices from $350. Terms, one-
fifth caish. For those wishing a larger tract of land there are a few two-acre blocks, and
also large waterfront lots.   Price lists from
JOHN ALEXANDER & Co.
121- .Lonadale AvOTUft, North V*%mw&
AMD
mmm, hollyburn, west Vancouver " f OTJl
MUl
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
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following issue.
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reaching iu a thorough and affective manner Ihu population ol Nortli Vancuuver
City and Dietrict,  Every effort Is mudo to give advertisers, the most satisfactory
North Vancouver,   ti. C.
i.
■JUNE 9   I9H
•   TBEOSOl'HIGAIa SOCIETY
The Theiiinipliinul Society meets in
Nortli Vancouver in Boom I, 67 (.tins-
dale Avenue (entrance 111 all lo Wil-
oome Parlor) every Wednesday ovi ning
at B o'olock. Attendance is entirely
free And carries no obligations whiti-
ever. You are invited. Tbuosoph'.cal
study antl questions,
PRECAUTIONS HE FOREST FIRES   Canadian Hiiveriimenl Annuities   Act,
which   was   unanimously  passed    liy
Ths probabilities point toward a
Strenuous' season 111am the purl ul the
Ore wardens and llieir rnrps ol fores!
Are lighters throughout Ihe province
this year. From preeent Indications
the hot, tlry season lins set in sumo
weeks earlier than usual and ulreudy
Ini',! conditions are Invorulile In lho
promotion ol conflagrations of large
proportions. Tho number ul people
frequenting Iho foresls this setieun will
doubtless bu much in advance uf Uml
ol any previous season. There is ever)
indication ol a very active season in
railway construction, lumbering oir-
■ cles are anticipating 'llie demand loi
operations on 11 large erule, llie hills
will be populated by a very lurge
number of presipautore for lund, mineral, coal, etc., campers und pleasure
seekers will likewise abound in incions-
ing volume ami from ouch of these 11$
well as from other sources there is
always the possibility of the inccp-
tion ol a blaze which muy assume formidable pn.|ii.i 111.1,..
Owing to His alringent regululiotis
now in force with reference to the re-
eponsibilily ol railway coinpunies in
connection with I'tres caused hy spurks
.from locomotives, or by dree spread-
ing Irom a railway righl of wuy, it is
probable that Ihe dunger from this
hitherto prolilic source of forest on
flagrationa, will bo considerably r.
duced. Ollirinl investigation has established Ihe fact thut fully thirty |icr
cent, of forest lins emanating from
known causes liuvo urisen from Ihis
source and il lias, therefore, been enacted Ihul railway companies shall be
held liable lor fires originating in litis
way unless they can show that they
had on their locomotives iho best
snodern upplitinees for ihe prevention
of the emission of sparks, und thut
their employees hud shown no ucgli-
getice iu connection with Ihe alerting
ol or in prevetiling brew und that ihey
had a properly equipped lire fighting
staff to check fires once started. These
regulations will doubtless cause Die
railways to exercise such precautions
as will ntuteriully lessen Ihe danger ol
fire Irom thia source,
Campers uml others Ireiptciiliug the
(oresls or engaged in the wuoda can
bs ol very grail nasiatancc in preventing tires by exercising proper cure lo
enclose any cump lire which they muy
Start with alonea iuid by adopting
every other precaution to prevent it
spreading, as well us by exercising es
|>ax'iiil care tu see thutwhon abandon
log the spot Ihe fire is altogether ix
tinguishod.
The fire fighting system of Ihe pro
vjnoial government has been organized upon a much more extensive basis
than in previous years, provision has
been made for much closer supervision
than hitherto, the available fire lighting force hua Iwen largely increased
•tad the facilities at command liave
been improved in every wuy possililc.
With reasonable cure upon the pnrl ol
the public and upon Ihe part of those
carrying on operations in the woods,
there is every reason to hope, that
notwithstanding the indications ol u
prolonged hot, dry season, British
Columbia will pass through Uie danger tone witaWt haying her limber
resources ravaged by any dieaalrous
fared oonllagratioi) during 1911.
both Houses of l'liiliument in   11108.
While  uny  resident   of Canada   may
purchase the Acl was tbviseil  chiefly
to enable wiige-eurners ull I olllrrs with
limiletl   incomes   to muke   absolutely
safe provision for (he doling Jeera ol
life in 11 way that would be impossible
In muke under uny conditions  available,   Eur example, u niechiinic, whose
weekly   wage is but   11 little   larger
than his weekly   expenditure, is,    by
paying II  a week, ptirth'tsinj annuities for his Iwu boys, aged S and   7,
the  untiuilies to become payable   ul
lit).   From ihul time us long ns   thoy
live tl yearly income of (1547.76   11U.I
$4117,78 respectively will be puitl them
by llie government,   11 ihey die belore
they are Ml, the money puid in   will
be refunded   lu   their   heirs,   together
with    3 per cent, compound interest.
So thul for a total ol $1,608    to   be
puid   iu un income combined of 81,-
UI5.5I, an greater than lho income  to
lie derived from un investment ol |'20,-
(WO at 5 |Kir cent would be received.
The one thing is feasible lur a -mun
even wilh u very limited Wage,   wh le
the other   would lie quite impossible
(or  him.  Taking  advantage  of   the
low   fate lo lie obtained  when    iir
children   ure   young is whut parents
should iiiin „t -the children would curry Ihe payments Ihomulvee us soon
us ihey are able.
PUBLIC  SERVICE ACT
Tho qualifying examinations for
third-class Clerks, Junior Clerks and
Stenographers will be held ut the following Places, idiiiinii'iiriiu; on Hop-
day, ths 3rd July next:—Armstrong,
Chiliiwuck, Cumberland, Golden,
Grand Forks, Kumlnups, Kuslo, Eel-
owuo, Ls,dysmit|i,~ Nunaimo, Nelson,
Now Weaitinina.ti'r, North Vancouver,
Peachland, itevelstoke, ltossland, Salmon Arm, Siuiimerliind, Vancouver,
Vernon and Vicloriu.
Candidates must be British subjects
bet wood the agos of '21 and 110, if for
Third-cinss Clerks ; and between 16 end
91, il lor .lunior Clerks or Stenographers.
Applications will not lie accepted il
received luter than the 15th of Juno
next.
Fui'lhor information, together with
application forma, inuy be obtained
(rom tlio 1111.I11.1 .i„.1
P. WALKER,
,  Registrar, Public Servioe.
Victoria, B. 0., 971b April, lull.16-6
Ph
one
1%
CANADIAN STREAM8.
cwiaDaoor/s OPPORTUNITY   '
Ho greater arnvmngement to thrift
Us ever been |*r_wait_ol by any c«u»-
try than ie 4ler*i to Ibe people of
Cemde under Im provisions   of  the
By C. Q. D. Roberts.
[Charles George Douglas Roberta,
one of the Dominion's foremost singers, is s resident of FredericUin, N.l).
mul is now fifty years of age. Theodore Roberts awl William Carmen
Roberts, both uulhors, m. his brothers, ami Bliss Carman and Harry
Btraton are cousins. Mr. Roberts became a professor in King's College,
Windsor, N.B., in the eighties, and ha9
since tlliit (line been a prolific producer of literature of high quality.
In addition to his nature sketches, for
which he is best known, he hoe written several sheufs of verse.J
0 rivers rolling to the eea
From lunds thut bear the maple tree,
How  swell  your  voioes  with  tlie
strain   -
01 loyulty and liberty I
A holy music, heard in vain
By coward heart aud sordid brain,
To   whom   this   iir.'iniaaiiai   being
li'i'lllS
Naught but a greedy race tor gain.
O   unsung    streams—not    splendid
themes
Ye lack to fire your patriot dreams I
Annals ol glory gild your waves,
Hope freights your tides, Canadian
streams I
Bt. laawrence, whose wide water levee
The shores thut ne'er bave nourished
slaves I
Swift Richelieu of Iiiiul fame I
Niagara of glorious graves I
Thy rapids, Ottawa, proclaim
Where Daulac and his heroes camel
Thy  tides,  St.  John, declare Le
Tour,
And, later, many a loyal name I
Thou   inland   stream,  whose   vales,
secure
From storm, Tecumseb'a death mads
poor I
And thou, email  water,  red  witb
war,
'Twixt Beaubasein and Beauaejourl
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
Dealers in Coal, Brick,
Sand,   Gravel,   Lime.
Cement   and   General
Builders' Supplies.
All   Orders   Promptly
Filled ami Satisfaction
Guaranteed.    Prices mi
Application.
Office: l-ansdale, near City Wharl
Warehouse:       Forman's Wharf
JAY & CO.
BUILDERS
Plans prepared uud Estimates given.
Office : 1107 Dominion Trust Bldg,
Vancouver.
I'hone '21117
Residence, 169 Highlit Ave. E.
Norlh Vuitcaiuver.
NEW YORK CAFE
Noar posi Office
EaSFI.ANAIII. WOT
First class meals, iV, cuinniulallon
ticket, 11 meals, *l. Regular loom mid
board |S uiul up,
LOW SEA, Proprietor
Breakfast   6 to   111.16 ■  dinner 11    to
9.110) Supper 5' to 8.30.  Open nil duy
LADY WAITRESSES
pread Baguenay, where eagles soar.
What voice eball (rom tbe beetioned
shore
The tale of Robervel reveal,
Or his mysterious fate deplore!
Annapolis, do thy floods yet fee)
Faint ni'iiiurit* of Obanblaln's keel,
Thy pulses yet the deed tepeet
Of Poutrincourt and d'Iberviller
And thou for tide, whoae plains now
beat
Witli inarch of myriad westering feet,
Serlwtchewen, whose tirgin sod
Bu late Canadien Ho**, made eweetf
NOTK'K
NOTICE is hereby givon ihut „pp|,. '
cation will ho mude to ihe Parliament
of   Canada    ut   (he   present   session
(hereof   for   uu   Act   t„   iucoipurulc
a   coiiipuiiy   under  the  name  4 'lho
North Arm Bridge und ltuilwuy ('„,„. j
puny,   with   power  to lay „ul,  aoa-1
slrtiel, operate, rauinlnhi,   and   use „
bridge across (he North Arm ol llurrard Inlel  Irom u point  on the xix-
ahoro  commonly .known  us '1 l„i ') ur-1
lie's   II. ml   to   u point   un ihe west I
shore on Lot 575 directly north ol Ihe [
lalund known us While Itock.      Suck !
bridgo li, bo both lor loot passengers,
oarriogea, street railway uud   nulwuy
purposes with the nrcwaiiiy , ppiuiiih-
ea,   aud   with power   ti,   couetu'l   the
auid  bridge wllh  existing uud  future
lines  ol  el reel  ruilwuy   uml  ruilwuy
and  lor  Ihe  purposce  ol  connecting
wilh Ihe suid street ruilwfljs and rull-
An Opportunity of a .lifetime
i'i      .il'ii     1      1        < an. 1   . ill • 1   i''Sal 'nu n •■
Block 34, Diitrict Ut 550. One Block from CAJtaje.
Ume Sized Uti. 50 1 157, ell Cleared. MajinWt
cent View, One Block from Boulevard
Prices $950 North View     ra,|> ft* °± «,.»,.»,•»«■ u _•»*.
$1000 South View m   -.       "^T
Double Comers from $2300 LlderMurraylo.
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd.
(LONDON, ENGLAND)
ASSETS". $94,900,000
Utile Agent
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC.      18 LONSDALE AVENUE
Agreement, and Contract! drawn
al every description
Phone 157
General
Conveyancing
Excellent Residence LoU
in Lynn Vulley
NUW SUIWIIHVION ou PmmineBoad
near Hum line. Hlock ), D. I,-
SMtKI, lots iiMl, priooe from 1350
up. Oiio-liflh cash, Iniliiniu to arrange.
U III IU LOTH on Hoskins lload 50x
175, close tu tramway. Only |!I50,
payable unu-liflh cash, balance to
arrange.
UW.IV, t'OUNKH I.O'l'-t'onlru lload
and fui. street lu ■ n- iin It. A
maiii'llioroiighliiro. I'rioe only Ur
11. in for immediate inile. Terms 1250
cash, balance to arrange,
IN MOUTH MlNSUAl.E-Two loU on
Nye street niar publio school—
parlly clouted anal small shuck.
I'in" only WHO lor Immediate sale,
t'MI oiii.ll, buliiiiei.' Ill iirriingu.
Alexander Philip
lll'AI, KSTATIi 1IH0KEU
Club Illock, l  pi. n al..
North Vancouver. I'hone 10
■■    ■ -'■  ■ " —■  "' ■=»
f
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
tOiP SAI.F.-5-rooiii house on ('lies-
terlield Ave. Now, ull modern, Prion
13,300,  Easy terms.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
TELEPHONE 89. P. O. BOX 114
OUR NEW OFFICES:
Bank of Hamilton Building
We with to notify the general public
that we now occupy the front officea on
the first floor in the new BANK OF
HAMILTON BUILDING, corner of
Firit Street and  Lonidale Avenue.
DOUBLE CORNER, FIRST AND CHESTERFIELD
You can well afford the time lo investigate tins
Business Property at the present price, $17,000,
easy payment and terms arranged.
Canadian Financiers. Limited
Hunk of Hamilton lluildiug
Phone 215
K. I'.IIHAI.I.,
I.OCnl   H all.'a 11
COAST DISTKICT, IIANGE 1
TAKE NOTICE that W. II. Viuigh-
au, Superintendent,   intends to apply
lur permission lo ptircliuso the following   al.    'lllia.l   fill.        I ', Un III' IL ill ■   lit U
post planted St) . I1...11.- wesl of the
Northeast, corner of Lot 730, ihence It)
chuina west, ihence '-''■ mi 1I1.111 nuih
thence   2b chuina   cual,   thenoe   19.00
all.Ilia.. la,Hill to I'l.l'" Oi I' llllliei'l.-
la.' Ill .
W. II. VAl.lillAN.
Dated April 10th, lull. 13-7
A. Campbell Hope
C. A. t Al.
ARCHITECT
60:i Hasting! Street West, Vancouver,
II. C. I'hone 5'JJi
ll.Mal.di' e: Tinman Illock 558 1st Si.
Euat, North Vancouver. I'hone 111 13.
Double Corner, 20th and St. George, $2000
Double Corner, 16th and Mahon • $2500
Double Corner, 21«t and Mahon     • $1875
== THESE ARE ALL GOOD ==
THE NORTH VANCOUVER TRUST
CO., LTD.
Ucal   Kltnto und   Financial Agenla.
Agreements ol Sule discounted.
219 .Lonsdale Avenue •  Telephone 44
Your   bulwark   bills,   your   volleys
broad,
Streams where de Seleaberrv trot,
Where Wolfe achieved, where Brock
waa slain,—
Their voices are the veto* of Ood I
O sacred waters I Hot la vein,
Across Canadian height and plain,
Ye aound ua in Immpiiiai tone
The swwuons of your high refrain.
Ways to lay oul, construct mid op'
erule one or more lines nl railway not
exceeding ten miles in length.
And   wilh power to coiiatruut, oiiuip
iiiiiiiitiiin anil opiiiite u line  or' lines
of  ruilwuy from aome tioinl   i,n J,i,t
256 at the end (if the Canadian tm-
fie   ltuilwuy   Company's   brunch   line
from I'orl   Moody nnl following  the
Noi lli   Shore   ol   Durrurd   Inlet to a
point in Ihe City ol North Vuneouver'1
or to conned with uny ruilwuy that
is or inuy bo coiistrurlcd on tlie Ninth
Shore of I'.iiimid Inlel.
, And  for Iho purposed ol. ila under- ;
taking lo iiojulre niiJ deiefap  voter,
cloctnc or otner power or en.'ruy, uud
In erect  liiiad fi,, 11,,  trunsmianon ol
the niinie, und to transmit and deliver |
tho same to any I'I-1" >u <hc ' ''" ' or
Municipalities     through     which    lb' |
wqrkt ol tlie ('ompany are authori/M :
(o be built, and lo receive, trun.'form, |
I rnii.mil 1   distribuU   end gUWily Wit*
power or energy in uny lorm ..lel to {
.disiiosei of Ihe surplus thereof, end to 1
collect rates ond charges IheWor.
Il is intended thut the works J At
eaid Company abidl be declnnd to )).'.
(or the gcnern1*iidvii_agc of Conida.
- W. H. hUrnMlM,
Vielorio, IJ. C.      .
tiuryiitqt lot the Applicants.
Dated  at Victoria tbia  2Vlh day 4
Uay, 1911
PALACE HOTEL
Kaifs:   li.iii,  per   and   up.   Special rates to families
and   to regular   boarders	
WE COULD
Paper the World
Irom our etock ol now Wull Tapers
so it seems.   Every day sottis new
design   arrive* to Iiil   the vuconoy
'    of those closed out.
Handsome Wail Paper*
Finest Hoof Garden on Pacific Coaat
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Secunij Sikkkt.
NOKTH   VANCOUVEK. li. C.
FRUIT    PRODUCE
CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, Etc.
WHOLESALE ONLY
PETERS & DOYLE
120 Second Street Eait. Telephone 206
Gnveiiience to North Vancouver Mefchante
Buy ia Your Own Tewn.,
Your Ordora Solicited
ore hero in endless variety. .lust
loll our salesman for what room
you wanl the paper and he will
ahow you juit tfae pattern you ore
looking for.
,	
To  choose from our stock le a pleasure, to pay our pries Is easy.
W. H. ST0NEY & CO.
117 laonedale Aveoue I'hone 149
N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
Telephone 276
127 LONSDALE AVE.
NORTH VANCOUVEK
»
Al'l'I.ICATIDN   KOIt   I.IQUOU   1,1-
GliNSli
NOTICF, is hereby given Ibul nt tha
next silling ol the Hoard ol I.i We
Commissioners tor the llistriot ol
North Vancouver, I, the undersigned,
intend to apply lor a hotel license
tor premises situate on lot 5, bloek 37,
D.L, 555 (llundtiruvej in tho eaid Dietrict ol North Vancouver.
ANTHONY FAUItO.
Dated at North  Vancouver,
Muy 8th, Illll. 8-fl THR Wmm, NORTH, VANCOUVER, B, C.
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A good Waterproofing for Canvas
PRICE 60 Cut. per Gallon
Waveloid Prepaired Roofing
Shield Brand Tar and Building Paper
Bapoo Pure Paints and Jronite Varnishes
Oils, Brushes, Dry Colors
Loeks, Hinges, Supplies, etc.
Patterson. Goldie & Clark
North Vancouver Hardware Store
104 ESPLANADE NEXT TO POST OFFICE
Bread!   Bread:
Union Made.  Home Industry.
Bigger Loaf.   Better   Bread.
Don't forget our latest Home Made Loaf.
PIONEER BAKERY
.tores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & ttih St.
SEVENTEENTH STREET
Hall Block Irom LONSDALE AVENUE. Good
Lot facing .South, $850.00, I -3 Cash, 6 and 12 months
An excellent buy.
D. L. 204
Close to WATfiRFRONT and BRIDGE LOCATION. Double Corner. Price $1250.00, 1-4 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.   This is a Snap.
C. E. L4VS0N & CO.
15 LONSDALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVEK
Phone 70—P. O. Box 97
Parkdale Finest Alberta Butter 30c. lb.
May Flower, Spring Brook or Ayrshire Rose 3 lbs. $1.00
5 lbs. ol good Tea - - ( - - - 1.50
5 lbs. ol better Tea : - - - - - 1.75
5 lbs. ol the best Tea 2.00
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AT
CLAVEKIE A ARCAND
..     Corner First Street and St. George
1911
1911 |
Hot Points
Wc shall he glad tu show you
the |9II ni|)pYl.
A most important fe|tute is
the price.
Two years' guarantee.
We stand by every Hot Point
sold hy us.
B.C. Electric Railway Co.
LIMITED
50 LONSDALE AVENUE
The Place Where Everybody Goes
em Theatre
I'TltSt ST. WEST,
NOKTH VANCOUVER
Good Pictures Good Singing
;:: ::: Good Music  ::: :::
-tejruut tJiugad  Monday,  Wednesdsy snd  Friday.
S 10c ^/^^ mm k
Mstiiiw  overy   Hilarity 2M e/tjqdt	
TUB DUMB APPBAI.
Hun has been sp longaccuetoinod tp
consider hjmsolf tlio only thing worth
while in the universe, end tp regard
Ihe ether ohjccls and living lltings
upon tIn- .'in th to have hi'i'ti created
solely for his pleasure and despotic
ruling, tbat in a great measure be litis
boon blinded tp the great world pf
Ufa existing around hint and lo regard
tho feelings of his fellow creatures
-alike in kind, though different in degree.
The shameful spectacle of a brutal
man Hogging an unpffending animal
merely because that animal possessed
iusiiHicient strongtb Ip haul a heavily
loaded wagou over tho valleys and
bills ol I.iiiiniIiiIi! Ave. as was witnessed on Tuesday noar 6th stroot is revolting in tlio cvli'i'ini,'.
A similar case was witnessed the
samo evening when a liorse, presumably tho property of tho Coal (lo., was
hotlly abused on tlio Esplanade al tbo
corner ol St. Gcorgo slreot. A gentleman wbo wilncsscd this unwarranted act, ordered tho mun to stop which
coniniuitd ho disregarded.
Corporations who unknowingly employ creatures ol this stamp should
take stops to fill thoir places with
others showing a more manly disposition ol consideration toward Ibo npblo
unimiil which bus been man's friend
and companion since tho croutbn ol
the eurtlt.
In these days of organised luhoi, 8-
bour days, and special privileges AO
corded workingnicn, what h cataclysm
of public fooling similar treatment lu
a human 'icing would create, and still
lira casos ire in a mcasuro parallel.
Animals are imbued with nerve ays-
terns identical with thai ol man, but
are not poises sod ol lira voice to protest uguinat ill treatment, When healing a horse lho animal craiod with
fear miglil inflict an injury by a kick
or it bile bul it docs not occur lo Ibo
bottler Ihat sell defence is the primary
object in the animal's action.
Scenes ol Ihe above kind oro only
one ol thc cruel and thoughtless acta
ol men to which dumb animuls are
subject. The wanton killing of birds
und mini11 animals such as squirrels,
merely from a desire lo ice bow
i.iiniglii a i.lini you are, or porha|M
lo experience wilh new firearms,' aro
other repulsive forms of this Insanity
which noturully is revolting to the delicate sensibilities of Ibe mercifully inclined. An Indiana a. of ihis nature wu
brought lo the writer's notice a short
lime ago while on a week end trip in
llie mountainous districl ut the bead
ol Seymour river, when at a high altitude the bodies ol Iwo mountain
goals were soon, the condition ol the
bodies indicating liiul scarce a week
bad elapsed since Ibeir slaughter. II
thu killers ol these animals hud been
asked whul motive prompted their action Ihey would have probably replied
Ibul il was done for sport. Did it occur lo lho |>ei|i.'tiniiiia of thia il.vil
that Iho guni.. did nol die in sport,
Their dculli could have done no possible good, uml the extinguishment ol
Ibe light ol Iiie in two animals leading a harmless exiatvnee is something
us I.a,a a iial.- ua it is inhuman.
The undents iceogitiu.il the righla of
laiuili bt ul es und I'liiturcli uud I'clsua
wero two worthy ehomploni ol Ihe
cuusc. At a l.ii.i duy Volilare, Sir
Arthur ('helps und Sir Edward l.und-
seer, the lulter Ihe greulest animal
painter the world hua ever aeon, foi
lowed iu the foolatcpa of tho noble
exumple set by their predecessors, and
did iin.a I lo better Hie conditiona
ulong thia lino in muny ol the civilised iniii,im Those ol ua who arc no
inclined to hoed litis "voiceless Cry"
ol Ibo oprosaed may in u incisure al
Icml laelji lo lighten ibe burden of a
angering brute, who iLenugh the ignorance, curolcssncas, aTcruclly 4 ill
una i.i. exists in un ulmoapbero of
misery und pain.
If you must hunt, take your camera
leave your gun and dogs behind snd
go to Ihe fmi'.ta lo mulch your wita
against the instincts of the wild
tilings, and il kill you muel lot it be
for a inllieieiil reason and not frpm
mere pleasure.
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FiyjJ
Canadian Verse
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LOVE'S HAHVE8T.
By Berryialtrsten.
[Berry Btraton, s oousiu ol 0. O. 17.
Roberts, wes bom el rncVrloton,
N.B., In IBM. He studied Uw, but
forsook that prolossion (or farming.
He has written "Lays ol laove, "Building of the Dridge," snd "TheiHuoler's
Ilmiallsaaak.")
The furrows ol life Time i*»plowing,
But we mourn not Uie Spring which
departs,
For  tlie  husbandman  Fate,4in ble
sowing.
Scattered love la Ihs Sollies' our
hearts.
Ob, blow, grains ol lots toitbeCbind-
ing!
Ob, blush, golden trait omliwhilU
-lis a dreary, long day io IhetoriiwlM,
Bu* a short, pfcaeani maytlrmtm]*
mil).
But fondness and tattb wMfet gnawing.
He Uie sky clear or eJojiiIyiSaSbOTe.
When fortune is rips io lUmwrlng
We shall gailior mitarayate/AkTai
'   TWO WW
Two miserable hoboes called pn
the dean pf u medical collogo and proposed lhal he purchase their bod.ee
for the dissecting room, as thoy were
on tbe verge of starvation and hsd
not long to live,
"It is an odd proposition," hesitated tho dean.
"But it is occasionally done," suggested the epokesman eagerly.
"Well," said the dean. "Wt
might arrange it. What price do you
ask ?"
"Over in New Yprk," ropliod the
spokesman "tbey gave us HO."
I
ERINDALL D. L. 622
PstWMB prpppuu SECOND NARROWS BRIDGE
and NORTH ARM BRIDGE on Keith Road
FIFTY FOOT LOTS, $330 5£-2
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GRADEP ROAD TO EVEPY LOT
Water and telephone service is being put into district now nnd
route has been surveyed for carline.
D. MacLURG
340 PENDER STREET       VANCOUVER, 11. C.
Mahon9 . McFarland & Proctor, Ltd.
NEW CAPILANO CAR LINE
50 ft. lots at terminus in D.L. 601 & 607
52 foot lots in Block 27, D.L. 599
Phone 6286  -   -  543 Pender Street, Vancouver
A
North Lonsdale Homesite
464 ft. frontage on three streets, including Nye and King Streets,
which are about to be macadamized. This property is close to
Lonsdale Ave. and has a magnificent view. It is an excellent investment in whatever way you look at it. Price only $2500, cash $900.
MARTINSON & CO. fcift 2
62 Lonidale Avenue   •    -  North Vancouver
North Vancouver City
CLEARED LOTS 50 ft. x 147 ft.
In BLOCKS 15, 15a, 16 and 16a. D.L. 550.
• PRICES: $750 to $1000 according to location.
TERMS: 1-4 Cash, Bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.
ACREAGE in District LoU 546 and 550
In Blocb of from One to Four or more acres.
PRICES: from $2000 to $3250 per acre
TERMS: 1A Cash, Bal. 6,12,18 & 24 months
,
The Grand .Boulevard extendi through this property
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FOR PLANS, PRICE UST AND PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
The North Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company, i£
843 PENDER ST, MM VANCOUVER, B. C.
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THE'EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C,
The combiniitinii of die English and
American etyles ril wedeling ring,
which bus Iwen used in jhe production
ol the "lli'rks" rjng is a combination
which is ronlly tlisliniiiive und pleas-
ing. The "llirke" winkling ring, which
bus bci'iiine so piipiilnr wilh Can-
utliana, is mudn in eilher IH or !2'i-kar-
at gold, a.i.nnpi.l with the numu ol
"ilirka," a hillie whirh ia nu ahsolulo
guarantee of ipiulHy.
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Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
Geo. E, Trorey,
Managing Director
Hastings 6t Granville Sts.
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY FERRIES, LIMITED
TIME TABLE
TAKING   EFFECT  MAY 'FIHST,  igii
l.eine Vancouver 6:10 a.m. and
thereafter every 'ill minulea until
7.00 p.m. Commencing IM p.m.
every III)   minutes until UM p.m.
llieieuli.-i   I'J.ln mul 1.00 a.m.
WEEK DAYS
Leuvo North Vuneouver fi.OU a.m.
and thereafter every '20 minutss unlit 7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.30 p.
111. every it) ttriuiitea unlil 11.00 p.
m. i had,did it 11.15 uml  IS. IS a.m.
SUNDAYS
Leave   VuiiciiiiMi   7.10,   8.211 and
0.00 linn 'nit, -I- same as weelulaya,
l*ave North Vaiiceyiver 7.20, 8.00
and IMI), thereafter same ua weekdays.
1'ASSENIiElt KATES
Single lore 5c, 6 lor SUe, IHI for fl, 7(1 lor tl.
A—Lumber wagons, trucks ami
drays, 75c return.
li—2 horse express carriages uml
hacks, 50c relurn.
ci horse 'expiees buggim and
autos,  -'.'ii' return.
VEHICLE KATES
All Uie above rates include driver, lint. ■ A ami II subject to 26
per cent, discount in lots olNSO.
I'TtEWHT TAKIEK
I'er UM) His. ruto, 5c,
Minimum rate, Hlc.
Time tulile subject lo rbuntie without notice.
Company not liable lor delays, accidental or otherwiss.
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
Launch "West Vancouver," Captain I'jndlay
Licensed lor 35 passengers   ■
TIME TABLE
Leaves Vancouver
8.UU
10.00
12.00
H.00
16.30
18.00
22.00
WEEK DAYS
(Saturdays ouly)
laaavu West Vancouver
8.30
10.30
12.30
um
17.00
.18*
22.20
10.00
11.00
17.00
18.00
21M
Single Fare 16c
SUNDAYS
10.30
14.30
17.30
18.30
21.50
Two Ticket* 26c,
Quickest route from Norlli Vancouver to the dislrict beyond
Capilano Hiver. Launch "West Vanconve/' makes connections, without fail, will) the lerry steamers from North Vancouver, as per above schedule.
NORTH VANCOUVER
LoU in D. L. 621, BAYVIEW; $300
to $325 per lot; $20 cath and $15
per month; or $50 cath and $10 per
month; or $100 uth, 6,12,18 mtht.
S. F. MUNSON
BROKER     333 Pender St W.      Phone 5654
Pianos Tuned
Edimttet gives fet Poiiiiriaf, Repairing, etc. U PLum ft Org ui.
Single tuning, li, twice yearly *jim,  ■
• Pa pot -risk having your pi'aiii, spoilt'by on ineowpoteirt te,wr when
fm ana gd an expert to iq Un work ail Uw
™" mm twaamaamaat    a aaatwaav    a»a»VaaSja~ays   mawaam***wt*.
443 Imiih Avenue
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THE CHALLENGE OF
THE OPEN DOOR
Outline pi a SoFmon.P»*apliBd- by Kev.
HontW Maclootl, I'astne of St. Andrew's  l'i'osbyteriaii .phiircli, This
City."
"A great door und iilFecl unl is opened mil ii mo anil there are many ad-
vereariee."-!. Cor. 15:0.
. JJte tml, before ns,. fliis inorning is.
an nloipieiit witness to ths heroism
end absolute lourlessnuss nf Paul, llu
wrote this epistlo in Japhesue, at that
time tho ciludol of heathenism nnd
idolatry. He was confronted with gi;
gantai: evils anil vested interests, The
popular' religion ol tbo city was a
kind ol glorilleil prostitution. Thin wan
the etate religion. Hero was its chief
shrine which drew multitudes of pilgrims to. ils altars. This encouraged
I rude and busifioss as was suppose.).
Coni-cipienilv (he civic authorities uud
trade councils gave to it their eup-
port. I'uiil comes up against this
grant of tlie gospel ol dirt with his
challenge nl the gospel ol peace and
purity.
I want you to nolo tlie similarity ol
tho conditions which confronted Paul
with tint conditions whicli conlront us
today. Paul hail lo fight two wild
benelB al l'.phrtiini, First lho dragon nl
impurity, secondly, the,monster ol dishonest, greedy commercialism. Thaso
two evil beast h are prowling around
amongst us still ami muny are Those
who aro by litem devoured.
The eity ol Epliesus was ilm coniiinr
I'illl     filial    I i'i l|'lull 1    inel l..pi .lid      nf     (lie
lioimiii province nl Asia. In both
lltcaii i-espnis il was only .second lo
Home itself. It hail every advantage
to evcel. In Ihe lirsl place il was situated favorably lor contmeiee. il wus
ihu guluwiiy in the itomiin world in
Asia. As our own cily is the distributing centre lor Hrilisb Columbia
und llie gateway bul ween Ihe weal and
eaat, so was Epliesus in Asin Uinoriu
the dm ol ils power, the galewuy between I iinapi  und Asia.
I'liiila. a it was Ihe meeting pluco ol
mum  inn'- ol pc'iplo just as our city
is, i a,ii....|u,i.n tlietu llourishtd in il
ninny virtues nnd vices, ninny cruids
and culls,
Ihis eily-was the resorl ol diviners,
sorcerers, inugiciiins, spiritualists and
fortune tellers. Here lloitiished Ihu
literature and nil ol magic and exorcism. Against Ihese powers of evil
in high places, against this slrongliold
ol sin in ine Paul with his gospil of
faith nnd love.
Now I wiint lo learn u leesoit Irom
this heroic soul, Paul, how you uud I
may baflle and prevail against the
forces of evil in ouroelves uud iu our
city. We lune here today grave condition! and greal opportunities. We
are fact' lo lace with Ihe phallwige ol
Ihe open door, (lur .-ity is in u striking sense the Kphoous of the wesl. Il
is Ihe galewuy between two vast continents. It is the terminus ol three
or lour great coolinuntal nnd even
world highways. II is the limiting
pluco if not llie lighting pluee between
creed and erased, race nnd nice, vice
nnil virtue, ll is here ihat our national destiny will be lost or won.
Meantime the issues ure in Hie bul-
once.
Here Ihe E. and W. without a breath,
Mix   their   dim   li I.i.    like   life    und
death,
To broaden into boundless duy.
- -Tennyson
Once lo every man uud mil ion
Comes the monieiil lo decide
"I'wiil Ihr strile ol trull) wllh falsehood,
To Ilic good or evil side,
-lawoll
Our time is now. Evils nnd vires ure
nourishing shamelessly in our midls
which il allowed control as they seek,
will involve us in ruin in a gencr-
iilion.
I. (a) Tho challenge ol the open
door is first n challenge to our religious pun' ipii In a city like Ibis,
which it the iiueling place ol ill races
nod creeds. One of Iwo things must
happen to ils. Either we shull leaven
and purify Ihe community In which
ws live by our religious life, or we
shall capitulate lo (he customs end
vir« 4 Ihe irreligious and lindless.
We shall life them up. or Ihey will
drag us down. The nid limine is inevitable. It wna so in I'.phusua. Mirny
ol Ihe dews who were resident it llet
li.-ulli.-ii city fell More Ihe scductioni
ol commereiiil idolatry insl rid ol opi n
ly testifying against them. 1 nupi o..'
Ihey got "broad-minded" ua we wiy in
llie weet. That is just what is happening today in this city o:'.l I'oui'liy.
People ue fsuu-iimlwl aud looted by
Ihe lieceiHulness of sin into (he InxKy
of lite. Thoy gradually give upilu.rch
going. Some give lhal up Wort Uuy
oosos. Tfcety buy tahar lol, build i'-'
houses by Sunday labor, When Ibat
Is finished llwy bave a garden to look
altar. Thffii (liey must gel tho fret*
air oa Sunday. So for that ih.y must
go a-fiabing or shooting ou that ''ay.
The* sre Ihe gentlemen who get
"broad minded." Thai ie iruly the
bueadtb 4 s*bish shallowness. In Ilic
words 4 scrip* uro imagining   tlunn-
(CoAtlAUad oa Mat 7)
Krmmw*m phi wm* -I
ALY0 von ALVENSLEBEN, LTD.
REAL ESTATE AGENT*
/    FINANCIAL BROKERS
Wo have o largo list of properties for sale in tba City and Municipality
of NORTH VANCOUVER open for inspection of intending purolmsors
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Branch Office i 4 Lonsdale Ave,    «**• •• And€r*jlv
imager
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THE HOME FU.RNISHERS
FURNITURE
for everybody.
Carpet Squares
anil Rugs.
We have just
received a
complete line
of Imported
Linoleums
and
Oilcloths
Prices right.
Special Attention given to
Window Shades,
Curtain Rods, etc.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
your curtains
I draperies by vuir.2'
aBI&ElsL
Carpet Jwccpcr
DINING CHAIRS
AND TABLES
Buffets, Sideboards
and Dressers
Try our
All-felt
Mattress
Pillows
and
Blankets
II you Intend milking your homo
in North Vuneouver see ua.
We also carry a full
line of Crockery.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
Going Through?
Of Course It's
Going Through
If You Don't Take This
Chance, Someone
Else Will
BUY SHARES
paying estimated dividends of 15
per cent, the lirst year of operation
and increasing yearly.
Grouse Mountain
Scenic Incline Ry.
Don't allow outside capital to gobble
up the one local proposition of whose
success not one solitary doubt has
been expressed.
Splendid Investment (pr the Conservative
I   I l l SEND FOR PROSPECTUS i
JTIJ Resident* ol North
wJd Vancouver may obtain
stock from ex-Mayor Msy
of May & Hums, Lonsdale
Avenue, North Vancouvor
J'. M. Foulscr, Secretary Gfoltc
Mottiilsiii Siitlii. Incline l.silvf y
< oinoaiiy, Suite 304, 310 Penl.-r
St., Vancouver, ii, C.
I'I cast send mc prospectus al
dctatile'i) information ol lho (ifOll
Mountain Scenic Incline ft nil we]
Name	
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1 CITY OF NORTH VANCOUVER
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THIS NEW SUBDIVISION IS NOW ON THE MARKET.
Large  Lots,  Cleared,  at First   Prices.        Southern  Aspect,
Splendid View* Within half a mile of the Waterfront
Capilano line of the B. C. Electric Railway runs through the
property, giving a regular servicee
For Maps, Price Lists and Full Particulars apply to
LONSDALE ESTATE OFFICE
525-6 WINCH BUILDING
Phone 2835 Vancouver, B. C.
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aL/UINLiWl nOSe   Kvury lenglli guuruuleetl
KpYeTI fiNE" I'UNCK and (iATIiS. WearsiNnril,
V/ I VaLUIlalj Vancouver agents lor tbia favorite fencing
. i
•<D A DaTW* nn<iL PAINTS IP all colorj and
DJ\1\AJ       fiiiiahes
"CHANCELLOR" "^'^E^
Garden Tools of Every Description
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
Phone 58.
\4j .Lonsdale Avenue
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., IM
HAY, FLOUR AND FEED
Poultry Supplies a Specialty
All Orders Promptly Attended to
MOVED TO
116 ESPLANADE EAST
PHONE 4
THE CHALLENGE OF
THE OPEN DOOR
(Continued Irom page 6)
The Bank oi British North America
Cpital Pud Up $4,866,666.   Reserve Fund $2,652,333
	
2 Officei in North Vancouver   2
CORNER LONSDALE AVENUE AND ESPLANADE
UPPER LONSDALE AVENUE (new Fourteenth Stmt)
—mmmmmuummu.a»a»———»aaaaaa^^aaa,       a      a    i a   ' I   '
Saving De-posits of fi.oo and upwards received.
Interest allowed al current rates.
Hauler's Money Orders issued.
Iloili officii transact * general banking business
and sre open on Saturday nighl.
F. T. SALSBURY, Merger.
selves wise they have become inula.
Thia is Ihe broadiiiindedneas lhal leads
lo spiritual ruin.
"From hence u passage, broad, smooth
easy, inoffensive, down lo hell,"
-Hilton's I'.   I..
(I), Ih i' then ia Ijio challenge ol the
open door ol . a rice lo you and inc.
We know the chnllenifc of lite open
door lo sin. Kuch day aud night thu
bur and Ihe brothel Uing oul the challenge ol an aa|„ii door. To some Ihe
temptation is irrcaiatoblc, al least, .0
ilu) 1 liml. Wc ure willing or unwilling piietnei iu tbe traffic that Itreo,
these doors o|ieii. How aetliiclive Ihey
arc to Ihe runuwny. liul these conditions open lo you und mu the door of
service. They challenge our bulla nud
oetr couruge to go up againsl the
in Ihe naine of the law
liul Ihe tloor is open. Ilctirc Ihe
challenge. The world in Ilic day ol
I'iiuI was certainly "a ehullenge lo
fj.itI■ " Su it j* now. The enormity
ol the task bettorc Ihe eiiristion
church today wos never greater nor
yet more promising. Wc in lh!a « I
of llrealer Vancouver should lead Ihr
world in missionary eulciprise, lor our
opportunities aud our obligelious are
unique iii ibis respect. We have the
heathen here ihey come lo us if we
do not go lo them. II wc have no
thing lo offer lo them they have some-
thing lo offer lo us. II wc do nol
clari.liniiiie 1 liain Ihey will psgsnitc
sjs. I aala ■ we draw them up they will
dreg us down.
in conclusion lei us uolioc Ibis.
That v.l"-a. i.d 1 here is un open door
lo Ihe service ol Hod there is au adversary iu the way. J'aul says 0 great
door and effeel uul il opened unto we,
AND there ure many adversaries, nol
III I there ere many adversaries. The
obstacles aud adversaries in hi* path-
Way only intensified his tost lor aei
vice. The niegnitudo of his task was
a stimulus lo his heroism. .So should
il bo with ua, 01 aourae there are ad
versariee. )tut He who is (or ui
is more than all Ihst can be against
us.
What are our adversaries today 1
There is first the adversary 4 indiHor-
enoe. 'fail it the most cotuprtaVng
obstacle o* all. The nauseating sill of
indifference is both common and lath
ioueblc in North Vencouver.
Oh, Ihe drilling 4 than IMm
souls, tiriiting, drifting, drilling on Uw
altiltleas currants ol lho restless heart.
Another adversary is tho materiel-
inn ol today. What Carlyio called Iho
"gospel ul dirl." Many a door ol usefulness aud service has Ibis door closed.
There ia the adversary strong drink.
What a greedy monster it is. Hony s
door to life and usefulness it closes
every doy. It eolargetb ils dosirc ss
hell and novcr can be istisfiid. We
have lho adversary ol Sabbath de-se
oration. The aeilishnaa aud arrogance of Ihis adversary is truly
alarming. In Ibis respect we n'ie loll
fur behind in Iho march of the
broudiniudod who lukc tho Sabbath
day lo enforce upon ui choir brood-
no mil'I doctrine by blasting slumps
uud clearing our parks si Iho hour ul
worship. They are supported by the
other apoitleo of broodmindeduess who
illustrate their philosophy by Sunday
lishing ond hunting or other lorms ol
dishonoring the day.
Time woritotb, ict me work too
Time undoolb, lot mo do,
busy si timo my work 1 ply
Till I rest iu otornMy.
Sin workelb, lol me work too,
Sin iindi.i-ili, lot mo do
Busy as sin, my work I ply
Till I rest iu the reel 4 sternly.
Heath workelb. let nn work too
Heath iiiiilui-tli. let me do
Busy as death, my woik I piy
Till I rest in Ihe rest ol eternity.
Local Items
first equality laa Cream, wholesale
and iiii.il at Ihs Grotto.
Orange Hoy al the 17p loTlolo Bto-
wiy. Urge, sweet juioy Oranges, Hoc
per dot. 8. Bilchic, tot First titrtd
Fail, IMI
Freeh liuUormilk dolly at the
'Irollo, 6 cent* per quart.
81. Charles and Jersey Cream, Wc
per tin (Sslurdoy only), at the Up-lo-
Rate Grocery, V» 1st street east, fi
Pain or ddaa yoa eta yd drldly
trash Kggi at 36c pay dqt. st Uie Up-
lo Oat* Grocery Ull Ih* Vwb July
nest. 8. WUhle, the IJp-io#»> Grocer. W titd street east 9-1
OayotkaomUtaiP ii. Iraitwtiw
lorae* in Ike world lotimid pap-
Suppose a customer il about to order Something or olhor over your
telephone, 'flic opcxulor finds your
line or linos engaged. Tho customer
must wail or order somewhere else.
Maybe he chooses lo wail   calls again
again finds your line or lines busy.
Thai means a possible loss ol a cue-
toosuj
Tho business man needs adequate telephone service lor the
accommodation ol his business
and his customers. When you
hue cuiiouiois through "busy"
siguols it lias been proved that
your tdo|ihone iacillti*s aro
Inadequate.
People wbo get business mak* it
easy lor their customers lo get to
tbem and have Ihe number ol tele
phono linee their businsss requires.
The number should be determined by
tht amount of uso at the fltlSlKST
lime ol the day.
B. C. TELEPHONE CO., LTD.
FliBI.1'! NOTICK 1* hereby given
thai, under the authority ooptoinedio
eeetion It) ol ihe "ham Ant/' * regulation w*s way** Ity *e tin-
taunt-Governor in Council firing th*
minimum sole prices ol first sod second class lands ol IJ« tad 18 par acre
ntpadptaiy.
TU* regulation farther provided
ItwlOwpimtrMlbarmniboakief-
4y La aft maw wWb nope* lo mUab
Ihe aatmaikkww to s_d_is wan aaatvsn
Wm aeT*tef*v***'   " Wrmwawj wrm ^u 1,
Furtber mjtio* Is now given thul i
virtu* ol a regulation   approved liy
the Lieutenant 'lovemor In Council on
ihe IUU. ol Uny, 1911, thut Ike wgu
lotion d*Ud the Krd April, IVII, by
held not to apply to applications <
purchase vaCont OrOWn lends which
way* received by the Assistant Cow
mlssionsrs pi Land* on or before Uw
auid April »rd, W|), ond with respect
U> whidi the required depoait of Ifjt)
esola per acre bad boon rccc""1
tad Bqaumtdouen on or botore the
Mid April W, l«».
low. a. mw$,
papafy Ufpfdct ql l*M*
UTqtinbw aoMddeteiim aPm tba tim [p^iaW* at !-«**•
W 4Mfl fWfmtfWmf mam*mfr   #fFff W*ff
m.
T)ai*Ht,p.B.,ltib4Uay/mi.
M
.1 RI&BT
1 ■
Tm KXPRR8S, NORTH VANCOUVER, 8, C,
ress Classified Columns
t
FOB BAI*
fresh Dream ut lho flrotto, 35 cents
JMr. pint.
*i—a—r-r-f -r, .	
K)l| Wood for Hale-Creamer Tram-
ler Co., telephone 2115 or SO, 16-6
Freeh Cream nt tho Qmltoj 115 cunts
far pint,
Maypole's   Mtiilovii  I'rtmm   Butler,
80s jieir pound ul lho I'pto-Diiioilro-
eery.   35fi First Street Unal, 11-7
First   quality Ico ('ream, whohsulii
Hl)4 retail nt lho Orotto.
Brewor's   XI.   Dread, Be per III or..
Jaoel (l'n|on -Mudo) only In bo lint!
from   lho  l'p-to-Duto (Jrnmry, IIBti
First street! oust. 0-7
FOH RENT
Onu    a,ia,-la    furnished   hi'ilruoiii   to
Milt.   Hlkl (.'hesterlio d Ave. I:*-«"
W4HTBP
—' : '
WANTICD-Drcesniaking by thje day.
Dpi -i, I'ispioes, 18-a
WANT'liO-A servant lor general
housework. Apply Ur. ('iinliniill,
Kersney Cottago, 1st street cast. 15-5
WANT HI)—Strong boy to work in
guidon. Apply evenings to W. Hull-
luy, Im uh and tii,-.i, rliohl. 1(1-1)
WANTKIh-lii     North     Vancuuver,
ma.II lot, a.ni.ili cash payment, monthly tL't'ins.''  Apply llllll), Kxptus Olfico.
9-6
WANTI'.D—From owner, tho hint
lioii.ii! uiul lol that jjlllll ami t'10 a
month will buy. Apply A. D. C.,.llx-
press.
TO I.HT-1.urge   riimlni'tiiblo   room.
Apply Kenn, |S8 Fourth St. W.    Hi-5
tin   roometl   newly   fiirnishcal hniiai'
ilh a mouth.   Hov 11. I,.  Kxptvss mi
lire. 111-5
FOH BENT-Olfioe, suitable for roal
estate. Apply tit Tailor Shop, ror.
Lonsdale ami loth street, l'i-5
WANTI'.D Household work by llie
day. 0. Hrymildsotii 1st stnet F.aet,
Nortli Vancouver,   • -  lii-ti
HRNUY 11. WATSON
Art'hitcct
Rooms 10 and 11, l'ender Chambers,
DIM l'sndsr Street W.        Phons 3451
end I.on-abile Ave., Noilh Vancouver
Heaitlcnrc,   ror.   Lonsdals   Ave   end
Mud atreot, North Vuneouver.
WANTKU-Rrossjnukinii. All kinds ol
I'ood chias work undertaken. Shirt
waists nnd skirts a specialty. Mrs.
Iliiyment, '2nd house, Uth tired, nd-
joining Ihiuleviii-d, Nurth •VudcuUv.r.
26-6
Hock Crusher  Foremen Wauled—To
aet up mul run the eily roik ertishur.
Apply to
11 HOIK IK S. J1A.NK8,
5-5 City Engineer.
LOST
, LOST—Three guise, hull grown, leathered, ot;u gray und two white. Finder runiin lo A. Wild, loih mid Chesterfield. !'-li
I.OST-l hut's Watch, between lib
nnd Khli Street* euat »f l,m dule, with
Initials It. W. Cameron, I'tinni llu
perl. Ilewiiitl, Hox 101)8, Kxprcas Ol
liec.     •
New Harness Shop
A DHANCn OF THE VANCOIIVKR
HARNESS CO, HAS BEEN Ol'KNKi)
IN THE I'Ht.MISKS OF THE C M.
4 N. COAL ANI) SUPPLY CO., COB.
ESPLANADE   AND  ST. liEOHHE'S ,
AVE.    A FULL STOCK OF FIRST-
CLASS HARNESS AND llOKSK FIT-1
TINOS   WILL   BE   CARRIED.      AI
SPECIALTY   WILL BE  MADE   OF I
REPAIR WORK.  PRICES Wil I,  BE1
THE SAME AS THOSE IN VANCOll-1
VER. |
Vancouver Harness Co.
I'HONE 25!)
LOST—All taste for any Mlhei Ten
aince using llitehie's "Mnple I ial
Hleitd" ul lu.- per pound, uml Ium boon
REWARDED with that which would
please ihe mom faetidinu* Itialc. S.
ilitehie, the, I p tn-Dnlc llrnci-r, 'ihii
first it reel eusl, tl)
MISOELLANEOHfl
,). Loutet .ma! North l.onsiliilo
Fresh Fruits duily ut tlie (irollo.
Elder Hurruy Co., lire insurance.
Freeh    Buttermilk    duily   at   the
Orotto, 5 cents per tplart.
Tho cily'a uiin-h nouled watering THC. Kll.lll UN-.lusl opened, newly
cart arrived lust eiening nnd was vol- furnished rooms, running hot mul ro I
corneal wilh nu unstinted down porr-, water. Ilnlh. III! Esplanade .E, out
ing ol the elomonls today. , B. k K. store. tl-'i
IF YOU DYE AT ALL
the only sensible dyes to use are
RAINBOW DYES
You only have to use one dye for
all materials—wool, silk, mixed
goods and so forth. Therefore,
when you dye a dress with trimmings on it, you don't have to rip
the dress apart because one dye
dyes all timterials.
Your Dealer Hat Them
M a. Mcdowell
B. C. J)UC()MMUN-fi, IU, lfic siore
as*-""
-X.
Whw you do *ny painting inside or out*id*
tlw houM MUr b« mi* of best result* by
using M-L Pur* Paint*.
till. d_M»aaal«l«»_r«e.)li.v. . moie M-l. PUT WAI.I.
tsluielu.muwUe.. Aaal r.u .!•» So COI/ms   ittbaiu
IU wat* 1ms M.■ I. Palal akin nut whir - K, |„„b. ikt« m
, aJ|ui«s>i..l..,«v,u.i»o..>arla..,a»S „„    .„  lb,   Mw
lttllieii.itittidmmuitlm,,lw!.. u.MJMU#m»i-
,Mlw«:      .               . aveUo.   Artl.il., a.aa-
8S33E£Gm :__•<?
tmoato
UoCQnuAoiid«l «ud wld \>y
BUELL BRQSU,U*clale Avenue,
a /  ' \
lil'.LIOHTFUL AUTO THU'
Over tlio bouutilul Vuneouvir Island
roads a very enjoyable automobile trip
was taken! |ust wook (com Victoria to
Campbell rivur, a dislnnco nl tippros-
iniulely P miles each iipy ii|id
through »j district ntitud Io.' ils monio
boAuty. -f|ie parly consisted nl Mr.
and'Mrs. P. Larson, Miss Olgti l.nrso'i
Ifrs. T. D. Stephens and Mr. II. Mel.
Hepburn. The 46 h.p, Mtninobil'i
owned hy Mr. Larson carried the pv ty
and not a single mishap was rogiilei-
et| t|uring the entire week.
Leaving North Vanoouver at )'l
o'olock "on Tuesday the 8llth inst. mid
taking the SS. Princess Adelaide in
Vieioiiii tho parly started ou theii
trip. Tlio night wue spent :it llu I'm
press lloii-l mid nt 111.30 l|te I .lowing morning spending away over the
good (though a li'illc dusty) roud Ihe
town ol Duncan wus iiiucheil in limo
lor dinner. In lho afternoon fbf parly
took a aide trip lo Shawiiigm) I tike
and were entertained during thu 1ml-
iinee of tlie iillernoon by Mr. and Mrs.
t'unculhii' ol Ihe Tatouhiilum llolul alter whic|i thoy proceeded on their way
and tho city ol Niiiiiiiiiio wus reiitihol
at li.:il) o'clock whurn' it was deciih.-d
to   i ia dial (ho night.
Al Ol on Thursday morning, aluik-
iug lho dust ol Niiiiiiiimi from ils lires
the big ear mul ils bunion chug chug-
ii,il ils way through the suburbs oi
Ihe city and proceeded on ils way to
Ihe honking music nl Ihe horn and tin-
smell ol tho gasoline exhaust nn stop
being mude until the pluco of Mr.
Crump was arrived at on the Little
Ifiiulihim where In I.i refresh ment in
the shape ot several iptuits ol new
milk wus consumed. On nguin down
the delightlul shady aisles of trees
banks of maiden huir lorn forming hu
emerald selling to u scene of rest.
Once or twice a deer would spring up
wide eyed with .terror und sprint away
through, (lie sombre forests. On lho
roud lo I'nion Hay u short stop   lor
lunch wus mad*. Through Courtney
and crossing the river past the Courtney Valley arriving nl Campbell rivet
al l.'lll in the afternoon having driven
through limber for 26 miles Irom
Courtney lo lln; river. Hern (he parly
were cnlertitined by Messrs. Thiilccn
k Kiiiiiian, who have n very modorii
mul comforlafclo hotel in ihis locality.
Tlie afternoon was spent in fishing,
and lite ovening entertainment took
the form of a dance in whidi every
one look part.
On Friday morning the Wpadville
family wus visited nt their residence
about II miles'south ol Cumphcll river alter which the relurn trip wus
commenced and returning oyer their
former route Norlh Vuneouvir wns
again reached on Sunday morning.
The thorough mechanical knowledge
and experience of the chauffeur gained
in the iiioiiiilniiioiis 001)111 lies of Switzerland nud oilier European countries
stood the parly in good stend through
Ihe i tap and hy the wish of the party
Mr. dunes wus highly praised ul the,
close ol the event. Alihouirh th" entire party agree in the opinion thnt
Vancouver lslund is very beautiful, all
ure ugreod that il ran in no way coin"
up to the scenery iirliillld Norlh Vuneouver on Ihe North Shore.
THE EMPIRE
THE PLAZA ROOMS
The pln/u rooms just over I liiainus'a
ilrug store on the Esplunude west a re
the latest addition to the grutlLiug
notice which is luiing taken 'il limb-
elors ull over the eily. Thee rooma
tire up Iii dule in every particular
having hot and fold water in eaeh nnil
filled up in luxury Ibul would plusn
the most fastidious.. Morris ehairs
uml reading lumps in curb room are a
valuable consideration 'or the student
us well us for tlie magn/inc uud novel
liend uml tin- downy depths of tho I*
lertiioor upon each couch ensures the
restful presence of Morpheus when the
occnaion rci|uiri'». Single men ns well
as luarriis) would do well lo inveeli-
!/nle Ihe comforts embodied in 11 use
altogether modern  npnrlnliills   helor.,
ilergoing Ihe heavy expense ol a hotel or the greater ono ol IniiMiii;
Mrs. fl. T. Rugglos will not rcc.-ive
tomorrow or again until lurthir notice),
A huge inniilii'i of luerosae enthiis-
iasls wil) journey from Ibis eity to
Vuiicouver to witness the champion
lacrosse inuliii tomorrow nfti rno in -
Ihe third league gnnie.
aai—i<a—SMi ii
11)8 Host lyonderfal Specfacl* Kvor
Witnessed on the atreet* ol
Old London. *
Al) annsi to |ho main ontranoo at*
Wesiinluslor Abbey Is In course et
srectlon. In tho seating arrange-
monte the plan Is the same as that
which ws* urlaii)l,i,l at King K5-
wsrd's Curoniiiliin In US3. There
W||l therelore be no Used seals, but
tho nave ol Ilm Abbey will be fur-
nl.hed with new ehairs of Ohlppen-
linie pattern upholstered In silk. Those
ths users nl them will be given tbe
opportunity o( purchasing ae iiieiuoii-
tiii-ii The Hurl Miirshal's OITloo hs.s
been beslbged with applications lor
permission lo be preient Irom all sorts
and conditions ol people. Peere nnd
Peeresses have a prescriptive right to
attend, but even tliose will be ex-
cluileil If they have not asked tor and
received pormlntlon tu attend,.
The Earl Marshal has recolved applications for permission to be present at tho Coronation post June frum
over 100 Peers and Peerusses who
had no legal claim to bo present at
tho ceremony In 1903. There are
n.i fewer than 38 now Km In and
Countesses, und the remainder Is made
up of i'a. in and Peeresses who huve
succeeded to the family title, and ot
thtiso who havo had now Peeragos
oouiorrsd  upon them.
It Is the il.-nlre uf his Majesty that
the uvorscua dominions should, take a
prominent und distinguished part In
Ihe great Slate pagoapt. and at the
prosont time the question Is 1 dug considered whether somo special act In
the - -.in .-a iTiii.n;, ceremony cannot be
entrusted tu the repreaenlullvos u(
Canada, Australia, Smith Africa und
New Zealand. ..very one uf the
countries mentioned, as well tu India, Nowfoiindliinil. uml practically
every portion of the Empire, will he
mure uilci|uutcly represented both In
Westminster Abbey and lu thc royal
procession through 'he streets of London thut) hus ever been thc ease be-,
foro. The olfleers of the Home District I'ljiumuiiil, vvtao huve been mude
responsible for Ihe military arrangements, are i.i. I.nna prnvlslun fur tho
in-ill .I.iii.an of samna 8,01)0 soldiers, representing every part of the
King's dominions iilirnuil. Five hundred officers and men are going from
India, bOO frum Canada* over 300
frum Australia and ulher parts nf the
Southern Hemisphere, while such
places as Nigeria. Hn.inilu. Borneo.
Hong Kong and other far-away outposts of . iidl.Mii.mi will be nitlnsly
represented. ll Is to be the greuteat
pageant uf empire yet seen In London. The navy, the home army and
Ihe Territorials arc also lu be represented by thc biggest force ever concentrated In the Metropolis, and fur
their aecniiiiiiiidiitlain the Hoyal Parks
will be covered with military encampments- In .i.i.lul.ni In carrying uut
the Internal arrangements al Ihe Abbey, Ihe i mice of Works has Ibe tusk
before ll of a-r.-.-iin.: stands along the
line uf route uf tlie I'orunatlun procession between Ducklngham palace
and Parliament siiuarc.
"IMPERIAL"
=
Ijj The name "|m-
t) penal" Jtampec)
on Garden I lose is a.
guarantee of Quality.
We are sole agenti
(or North Vancouver,
(or this brand of Hose,
have handled tame for
years,, and guarantee
every (oot.
When buying Hose,
insist on getting the
best. Lawn Sprinklers, Nozzles and
Reels of ihe best
quality always in stock
Paine & McMillan
The Hardware Specialists Phone 12
First Street and Lonsdale Avenue
McMillan's for money savers
A FKW OF OUR l'Rlcr.S-COMPARE THKM WITH ANY.
Sugar, i; i miu lot nl.  |8 l|). Buck   . SI .no
Tea, McMillan's 3 lb. for  $1.00
linking Powder, Coledykc Hrnnd—
lull Hi 02. tin   16c.
Coffee- -whole ronsi and freshly
ground, per lb 28c.
limn, fancy sugar cured per lh....'JUe
funned fruits, delicious California
Pears, Peaches, Apricots und
Raspberries, per tin     Silo.
l'ickles, fine Knglish pickles, por
la,,Ilia-    '. 35C.
Duller, Iresh made, Now Zealand
3 Iba *1.0l»
j. a. & m. McMillan
— Phone 20 ■—
■WSiss^sjaj«^i.jgBaaHgBBagaaijB
Do you know that Uu'.'sli ( olumbia
has 7.mm miles ol coast Iin -.
On the occasion of tho visit ola
ia .a-' Hui' circus lo a smalltown ihe
juveniles ol the surrounding country
wero ull agog wilh excitement raised
by the lurid posters und gorgeous procession. The young son ol ., notoriously close listed old farmer was earnestly soliciting Ihe necessary ton
cents Irom his dud in order lo li,- uble
to view the perforinancv. "Whul I"
exclaimed old Skinflint, "Ion cinls to
seo the circus mid here only lust
month I let you go up to Farmer
dunes' field to sue ihe eclipse of Ihe
moon. Young niun do you want your
life to be one |ier|'etiiul round of l'iii
cly V
"Heuutilul, beautiful silken huir,
Like   the glowiug   sun on   the moorland lair
Or   tbe   moon   o'er   Iho shiniinrri*.'
sea I"
And us he spoke lie lovingly played
Wiih ibe nut brown Ircits ol llie lioau-
t if ul maid
Who in .ilnl upon his knee.
"Soft  as   the   dowu ou   un   uiigcl's
wing"—
lie wus rather uood at this 'sort   ol
Ihing—
'Hub like the golden sai.d ;
Light   aa   the   shell   ol   un etquisits
pearl" ;
He paused ill dismay, for   that   ilcur
little curl
Ciiine off in his trembling bund I
QUEEN  MARY
As Princess Mary of Tock.
t o.m tain   lllll.s 1IIIMI1I1 I)
An unprecedented (csture el Ihe Coronation yesr will ba tbo Introduction
at concert hull performances by Kuyal
oommani).   Mule Koyullles have visited
Sil'in music halls privately, but the
-mark uf Hoyal pslrunage has never
been bosluWod upon the vaudeville
In response lu a petition signed by
leading vaudeville managers the King
and Queen will "commend" a performance when they visit Kdluburgh after
tks Coronation ceremonies. It u slated
that other engagements preclude a
similar act on their
(OA is concerned.
part ae far as laOB*
OVCR »6 YEA"
XPIBIKNCE
m
ttyrrnrnjtrvr^r9' ™
A Coronation t'olffuro.
Coronation yeur Is to be made the
occasion fur a greut effort on the part
St the Incorporated Hairdressers'
ulld of Orout lirlinln to create a
purely British fashion in coiffures.
With this obJn-1 an exhibition is
Shortly to be held In London whlcb
will have the support of halrdressors
laud every branch of ths trade lo nil
iBawU of Englund and Hcotland. There
iwlll bo un exhibition of designs, and
lite one selected by u committee oi
experts will be recommended to the
'Whole trade for adoption as the recog-
used fashionable pattern. The t'ourt
bair-drciarre are sold to have taken
as the idea with enthusiasm, end II
He* prelect proves to be as successful
S* Its promoters anticipate, Parisian
USd Viennese domination will go by
Ihe board. The new colfTure Is to be
getfaofly British.
Aaqulili's Kcsldcine.
pr|v*ie residence of Prime
:or Asoulth, al St) Cavendish
ure, covoled by reason, of lis
[endld reception rooms, old mo-
any staircase and walls pointed by
jtabn Trwrnhill Iwo centuries e«o,
j bein secured tat Ihe Coronation
r JaOdy Cunerf
More Money
Savers at the
New
Castoria 3jc
• Allenliury's I'ood 45c and 85c
Horlick's Malted Milk 451:, yoc, ^3.50
Ntstlo's Food 45c
fiio I'ills -...35c, 3 lor $1.00
Z unlink 33c
Absorbent Cotton, 1 pound roll* 40c
Waiupole's Hoof, Iron and Wine 75c
Kn-mp's Invalid i'orl.  . 90c
Received this wteik a (ull line of
Cameras and Photographic Supplies,
Remember our Prescription Department i* complete and one of the
finest 011 the Coast.
Have your Doctor 'phone your
prescription lo us. We deliver to
your house and save ypy money.    .
m.i Hi.
u*mX.
North Shore Drug Co.
ESPLANADE WEST
?,$, thomas, natsr
Phone 311 House Phone 224

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