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NOBTB VANOOUVBE, B, 0., FBIDAY, OOTOBBB 80, 1811.
NUMBBB 13
I
Busy Season for Hockey
Tbt prospect! tre excellent for in
interesting series of hockey matches
.luring the tpprotcbing season. , Six
teams have entered the H. 0, League
III which a schedule lit! been propria1 cunsistiiig of twenty-eight games
Under the niinie of tbo Mainland Lei
guo it bu likowiio been arranged to
p|ay a series of twelve games, Tin
;ropliy for the B. 0. series is being
uroviiloii by four prominent citizens of
/irlli Vancouver, while that of the
..inland league will be offered by tbe
..ncniu-er hockey club.
j Among tbo officers elected at the anal meeting this weok Hr. E. .H.
Iriilgmuii of -thla city was appointed
president and Mr. 1'. N. Baylis sec-
'rotary.
The North Vancouver hockey club
il lilted for six games in the Mainland
Kuril's ami ten in the B. (!. schedule in
addition to which they will piay two
friendly mulches, making eighteen in all. In order to work through
this program the local team will play
a match every Saturday during tbe
season with two except ions. Tbo
Ural match will be played at Boulevard
park tomorrow.
The complete schedule of matches for
tho North Vancouver team is as follows:
Mainland League Serial
Doc.  8—North  Vincouver at  Vancouver.
Dec. 9-llritish Isles at North Van
couvcr.
Dec. £11—North Vancouver at Britiah
files.
Jan. li iTiiisl Highlanders at North
Vancouver.
Feb. 3—Vancouver at North Vancou
vtr.
March If)—72nd Uigbltndcra at N,
Vancuuver.
B. 0. Laagui Series.
Nov. 4—Vancouver at  North  Vancouver.
Nov. 11—72nd Highlanders at North
Vaueouver.
Nov. 16-Britiib Islea it North Van
couvcr.
Nov.  20—(Jirriion  at   North   Vancouver.
Dec.  18—North  Vancouver at Victoria
.   Jin.  Ill—North   Vancouver at Brl-
tiih lalee.
•lun.  30—North  Vincouver it Gir-
riion.
Jan. 27—Norlh  Vaueouver at 73ud
Highlanders.
Feb. 17—North Vincouver at Vincouver.
March 3—Victoria at North Vancouvtr.
while she was pssaing tbt accused's
store on Lonsdale Avenue. Ho tbt
witness, demanded au explanation tnd
as tho defendant's reply was pot satisfactory, ho ''bit bim." The recipient of the blow said something to
tho ' ii.'. i that he knew he was in the
wrong and wished to ho excused.
(Some amusement was created by
the utlliiation of the chief of police
as a dummy on which tbo witneu gavo
a demonstration of tbo accused's bo
haviour).
Juanila Hargreaves, tho chibl of
thirteen whom the chargo Involved,
said that Fletcher had called her
"sweetheart". On prev|oui occnioni
ho had "said silly tilings."
Several eye-witnesses were called,
both by the prosecution tnd the defence, but oven lengthy ijuestlooiug
and demonstrating did not procure an
unanimity of opinion!.
Tho accused, giving evidence, freely
admitted calling the child "sweetheart" and "cousin" and similar
terms in a jocular way. He did so
with other children, ami Ihis one had
been in bis store "bundled. of timea."
He had no indecent itcntiuns whatever. He had sometimes called her a
"proper American girl"-uml had "offered to buy her for su many cents."
Cross-questioned, he had never lost
in luun through his attitude ,to-
waits children.
Mr. Arnold admitted that technically speaking there may have been an
"assault" but it was a trivial matter that should never have heeu
brought into court. A lino of $0 and
costs waa imposed.
THB ETHICS QF ABOHITBOTUBB
North Vancouver Ratepayers' Association
Thl Pott Office Bit! Queitlou
N. V. HOOKEY CLUB
Tbe tbove club will pity t friendly
natch tomorrow tfternoon it 3 o'clock
against tbe public .schools team. Tbi
homtitori will be represented by Ibo
following: Qoal, K, J. 11. I'ur.liuull;
links, 0. (Ircciic Armyliigc and F. H.
(Island; half backs, 8. Humphreys, E.
B. ftaylia lad N. Humphreys; forwards
H. Ii. McPbirion, B. F. McNaugblen,
B. 0. Ward, H. Cameron and P. N.
Baylia.
I.  0. 0. T. OONOBBT    ,
A molt delightful and entertaining
concert wtt held tt the Japanese Tea
Girdeni on thl flnt tunivenary of thl
I.O.U.T. Bonga imi recitations were
glveu by tbe member! ind viiltori.
Mention musl he made cuncerning tbi
iccuuipiuiat, Miaa (1. Kirkland of Lynn
Valley who played excellently ill
through the evening tnd gave a special
rioderiug of her own composition
called "Echoes of l.ynn," which
•pciks well for lbc talented young nu
ilcian. A recitation waa given by Miaa
U. Hall, songs by Mr. J. Holl, Mrs
Howl mli and Miss I'urrle and Mr,
Virnca md a mandolin solo played by
Mr. Sulor was alau well received.
k prize wis given by Mr. Tlte, thl
OCT. of II (,'. won by Miss U. Kirk-
laml, and a priie offered by Mr. Bay-
nard won by Miaa Tiudcll. Tbo judges
found it a vary difficult taak to mike
their declaion, tben being tucb I splendid arrangement of baskets, but tbii
decision throughout wai generally id
raittcd. kttet tbtt sal. of basket!
cofei aad tea was provided by the
acting committee, wbo 'lid molt pralie-
worthy work for the order.
kUkVVl OkMU
The rait reduced to oat tf common
intuit against A. B. Fletcher wu
heard rttttrdty morning tt tht city
ball, Ur. C. Arnold defending aod tbi
prottceilea balag conducted by Mr.
Bugglw. Thi ekarge wei ikitlgattd
by Mr. J. 0. HtrgraavM, who com-
plaited that hi a»w tbe tccuied put
bll ar» round bit deaghtor'i waitt
A general meeting uf (be Nortb Van
couver Hatcpaycra' Association took
place in tho city-hall on Tuesday
night, Mr. 1). W, Beevc occupying the
chair.
An assembly of loventceu waited pa
ticnlly for half in hour in the hopo
of iciniiiii s'liieiiis but there were none
forthcoming. Begret wis expressed,
both formally and informally, that
members of the association wire so
apathetic with regard lo tbe general
meetings. Ai the secretary intimated,
while tbey had uow a membership of
66, they also had a large auxiliary list
that "turned up just when there was
any excitemcut."
Certain amendments in the constitution were thou considered. A clause to
tbe affect that one of Hie objects of
tha Association wis "to secure thl
election of good and able citizeoi to
the office of mayor and aldermen, to
amuse interest in civic elections tnd
for such purpose! as may seem desirable," wu amended tu read limply
"to arouse interest in civic elections
md all i|Ucslions of public import
tact." Ai the chairman insinuated,
there wai nothing in tbe now clause
tbtt prohibited tbo Association Uking part in tbt civic election! if oc-
niiou arose. The membersip clause
to tbe effect tbtt ''til ratepayers and
municipal voten, resident or noureii
dotl, of the city of Nortb Vancouver
ihlll be eligible for membership in thii
Association, but tbe mayor, aldermen
tnd city officilli shall not bo eligible
for membership," waa emended to retd
as follows; "All ratepayers and muni
clpal voters, resident ur mm resident,
of Iht city of Nortli Vancouver shall
be eligible for membership in Ibii Allocation, md the qualification shall
be Hu payment of *ubicriptiun wen
tinned In the bylaws."
The question of how uiiny members
should form i quorum gave fuod for
thought. While it wai unanimously
conceded that Ave of tbi executive
should form a quorum to conduct bu.l-
noil at in executive meeting, bulb
twelve Ind twenty-live were luggcsted
us members more suitable lhan flftceu
in Ihe matter of forming> quorum at
t general meeting. On tbe one band it
was contended that twelve were too
few to properly conduct buncos en
the association'! behalf On thi other
baud, the difficulty wai apparent of
getting an attendance of twenty Ave.
There wu some talk of educating and
enthusing the members, but is tbi tnd
the word "flftctn" wai illowed tt
stand,
It WM resolved, after lengthy deli
b.ritioii, tbat tbe Aiaocittion'i Ileal
ytar ihould terminate oa January Slit
each year ititiad of on September tOtfa
ti hitherto, tbo annual mtttHig to take
plice in February. The melting alio
dtclded tpon tbt Mcopd Tumiay in
ttcb nostb ai a ipecifled data for general netting!. Other minor amend-
mint! wift carried unuimouily.
Ut. Wright thtt voiced kit opinion
tbtt it bifcevt tkt iuociatlon to nutlet tbt natttr of tbe peat office alta.
"In my opinion a public building in a cily should be more tban a place
wherein business may be transacted; it shuubl be a thing uf trcbitcctur.il
beauty, something that will assuredly inspire in Hie citizens and children a
deeper rgsptct fur their government and Iheir country ami will stand aa
| efftttant Mininder of the nobler things iu life."—Mr. H. H, Stevcus,
M.lVm hia address lo tbe Conservative Association.
£
It appeared lhal some dcvelupmeuts
had lately taken place with rogard to
it, and it scorned tbat the deal would
uot be consummated. But ovon if
that be the case he considered that a
formal endorsement of the council 'a ae-
lion in Ihe matter would not be unfitting.
Mr. W. ,1. Irwin thought that they
would be neglecting Iheir duties if they
did uot deal wilh the matter.
Mr. Philip said that ho happened lo
bo a member of the Liberal executive
ami he wished to declare tbat the executive'was opposed to any such purchase baviug been made. The deal
waa never agreed to by the Liberal
executive, it was never mentioned by
them.
Mr. is. J. Fowler recommeuded au
investigation into tho mailer Surely
il". could And out how the deal wu
put through. He considered thit the
peoplo should know wbo wis it tbe
bottom of it.
Mr. Irwin moved tbat thii meeting
oodoric tbe action of the city council
protesting . against the proposed pur
chuo of a post office site and that tbo
executive should draw up i petition
ind forward iame to Ottawa requesting
a thorough investigation into the mat
ter. ' Thia, said Mr. Irwin, was a civic
milter, not a political one. if myone
wero being wrongly blamed, it wis only fair to tbem that the circumstances
should he explained. The Domloiou,
provincial and municipal governments
could only be kept clean by puniibing
those who wen guilty ot I breach of
tbe public intereit. The reiolutiou wai
unanimously adopted,
Tbe meeting Ihcu dcilt with the propoaed idoptioo of i portion of the Jn
dim rcerve for foreshore purposes,
roaulving ultimately, thai tbi so re
im-. bi loitructed to Inquire it Ibo
proper aourrc md ucerliio the fa. li
Of the caae and lbc cumlilioni of tbe
prcieut  Iodic. .
Thii questiuu ami une cuncerning Ihe
civic .'barges for sowers will' come up
for diacussioil ul the ncxl meeting of
the association whicii will ho held aa
soon ai possible,
Board of Trade Meeting
A meeting ur the Norlh Vincouver
Hoard of Trade waa held in Ihe city
hall on Wednesday evening, (,'uuncillor
Kriilgnum occupying the chair in tho
absence of the new preiidcut,
Abicrmuii Smith, whu was announced to I'O uul...dl No
matters of great import camo up for
discuasiun. Afler Ihe miiiutei of Ihe
laat meeting had been reads and approved, Ihe aecretary (Mr. Donaldaon),
announced the receipt of a reply from
tbo liul,c uf I'uuuaught'i secretary
saying that the uuw Governor General
"scuds beat thanka to tbe North Van
cuuver Board of Trade for their mea
sage of web mno"
A coiumuuicalion was read from the
department of public works, Ottawa,
notifying tho board tbtt the dredge
Misledon wuuld complete iti work it
Alberni on Nov, lit tad would com
iiiciue work iii the Second Nirrowi
forthwith.
Some minor imcmlmcnts in tho by
liwi wero then considered and tbe
heads of the several committees gave
brief reports
There were a number of tbicuteci.
Personal Items
Mayor McNeish arrives home today
from Agassiz, where bo has spent a
few days pheasant huntiug.
Mrs. A, J. Hopkins, llth street, cot.
of St. Andrew's, will receive for tbe
first time on Wednesday, October 20th,
and tbe fourth  Wednesday of every
month  lliroiiglioul   tho season.
Messra. U. C, Walker li- Sou, B. Anson and 1'. Booth returnosl ou Woducs,-
day from a pheasant hunt at Sumu
Prairie. Thoy had enjoyed good spurt
their big. containing several mallards.
Mrs -loliti Stephen will receive on
Wednesday afternoon, 20th iust., 'between 4 ami 6 u'clock at tho Bank
Huuse, Upper Lunsdule, aud on tbo
flrst Wednesday of each month thereafter.
Mrs. Archibald McAllister, her dau
ghlcr, Mrs. S. J. Perry and family,
Mrs. B. 1). McAllister ami tho Miascs
Claudia and Billic leave North Van-
ouver on Sunday for South California
where Ihey will spoml the winter.
Mr. W. if Shotbolt of Victoria, one
uf the oldest subscribers lu the Express, was a welcome visitor ut this
office on Thursday. Mr. Shotbolt had
njoyed several days' shootiug near
Ladncrs and took I run over to inspect hia property holdings in thia city
returning to tho capital lbc same day.
Mr. H. 11. Stevens, M.P. has been
elected president uf a newly formed
society iii Vancouver whoso object ii
to promote immigration to this province from Bristol, England. The
society's members arc all Briatolians
Mr, Stevens being a native of tbat
city. -
Mr. Percy J. 8. Cole, who bu been
in Copland fur some months on a combined business and plcuuro trip, sailed from Liverpool on SS. Virginian
ou the l.ith inst for Vancouver, and expects to arrive un or about the 211th
Imt, Mra. Colt, whu uccompauicd Mr.
Coll to Ihe old country, will uot return
until January next.
FOB SALE
FOB SALE—flood singing canariei.
Handsome, healthy birds, fi each,
hens,   il.     Luivudes,  llth St, near
1,.nodule. fjO-JQ
FOB nALU Fresh milk from local
herd of cows, blight quarts for *r|, do-
liverod, Apply Hut End Dairy, North
Vancouvtr. 8-1)
FOB SALE—Fint growth dry wood
for 14,711 ptr cord, 4 ft.   A. McDtdl,
l'hono 82. ti.
FOB SALE-Two lota, block and a
hulf west of Lonsdalo ou 22nd itreet,
*70O for both. Termi. Apply ownor, It
Lomdilo Avenue. 2011
FOB SALE-Fir Wood $4.60 a cord,
10 inch Cedar (4 a load, also sand and
gravel, C. 0, IX Apply at barn, comer
.Hi street aud Bidgeway or W. M, Miller, Lynn Valloy. 87-10
FOB SALE-Ono block from Lom-
dale car line, i'lhl) cash, balance over
18 months Pulmcr k Mcllwaine, 06
i.on .Iui,■  Ave.   i'i    1Kb tt
FOB 8ALE-33 foot lot, cleared,
graded, splendid view, accond block
from Lonadale car line, $lf>0 caah, balance over 18 inoutha. Palmer k Mcllwaine, 36 Lunsdule Ave.   Phuue HO.tf
BOABD  OF  TBADE  BANQUET
Arrangement ■ arc being made for
holding the annual banquet uf Hie
North Vancouver Hoard of Trade on
tbe evening of Tuesday, October 31st.
It is expected Ibat tbis will be oue uf
tbe must notable social functions yet
held by the boird.
FOB SALE - A bargain. Cub or
ts nni. Two cottagci on 30th itreet.
Very desirable location, five minults
from Lonidale ichool, Ihrce minutei
Irom car line, Beady lor occupancy
•bout Octobor lit, Apply B. W
Eaton, Nortb Vancouver Coal k Sup-
pis Co.    Phone 178. t.l.
WANTED
WANTED-Tcndera    for    clearing
and grading lol 6, block 13„ district
lot 78fl.   0. Hughes, P. 0. Box 245.1.
tt
WANTEIl-fiowIng of all kindi.
Children's under wear ind dresses a
spcclilty.   Mr». Bowm, Boicobol, 8tb
lllll  I'll, derlli'ld.
WANTED-Wo havo money to in-
voit iu close iu North Vancouvor pruperty. If you wish to sell call and
givo ui your listings. Palmar t Me-
llwiinc, 36 Lonadale Avo. Phone UO.
88-10
Wo ipecializc in Nortb Vancouver
property and wiab to Hit properties
direct from owners. 8CANDIA INVESTMENT CO., 3)61^ Cordova
Stroet wcit. in u
CHRISTIAN BNDEAVOB
Tueaday evening at St. Andrew's
Christian Endiavur wu one of much
interest to everyouc. Bev. Mr. Ma,
leod gave ooe of bis three lectures from
the twenty third psalm. Ho mentioned
aome very good points tbat would bene
fit Ibe society. Next Tuciday evening
will be an interesting onl. We invite
■II wbo wiib to come.   No exctptlout.
NOBTH VANCOUVEB CONBBBVA
TIVB OLUB
The new quirlen of the Nortb Vancouver Conservative Club will be open
to supporters of the parly for tho Aral
time on Monday evening, and all local
Conservatives are invitod to call. Tbe
formal opening will be bold at a later
date. The rooms are situated in tbe
Aberdeen block ibove tho post office
aud consist of three tpartmttti, aa
executive room, l reading room and a
•moking Ud amusement room.
WW^Tfr^MWrm    awf^wmWnnn'
The B. 0. Mtrkit Co, Ltd. bavi tak-
<u> tut a ptrmlt to tract a iton room
Witk a cold itorage In tht rear on
Lonidale Avioue. Permit* havt, tlio
bean tikes eat by Mr. W. H Brain
aad Mr. Oto. H. Midden for tht pw
potei pt dwelling* on »rd tUett ud
Laatdalt Otritti ntptttlr*!/'
NBW DIBTBIOT MUNICIPAL HALL
Formil  Opining  Tuesday   Next   Thi
Programnii
*
Tbe -ii in. i council have decided lo
formally open Ihe new municipal hall
I .vu n Valley ou tbe evening of Tuca
dty, Oct. 24tb, it 7 p.m.
It li expected  Hun   representatives
Of Hie limine, nun.11 ipnbin nnd the
local members of lbc Dominion and
provincial parliaments will be present.
All ratepayer! are cordially invited.
Information ll to hand that the open
iug will take tbo form of a promcuade
concert md speeches from several pro
iiiiiicnl public meu. Hofreibmcrils will
be served The above invitation ii extended to adults only.
A "lioii-cvviirmliig" will take place
in the new rectory of St. John's
church ou Tuesday evening, when the
Bev. and Mrs. li. Hooper will welcome
auy parishiouera who will attend.
Archdeacon Pcntreath will bo preicut
Express Classified Ads.
MISCELLANEOUS
,1. I,ouUt and North Lonadili
del it It Lomdale Pharmacy Phone 38
Goud young slock Bull, corner  llllh
street and Mahon Avo. 14-11
Wl close Sunday.. Pboat 824. J.
H. Kugli.h, 0. K. Grooary, 18 Looi-
dili Avenui.
M 11.' Ii'iiymci.t fur Aral clui dress
making Soroinl house, 8th alreet K.,
adjoining west of Boulevard and car
Hot. i tf
Dr. d. (', Morriion, dcntiil. Foil
Graduate, Chicago lliiiviriily. Koomi
6 and Id, New Po.! office block,   t.f.
The New York Oalrlch Feather
Worki, -'Cl Lun-dab. Ave, Miaa Fan
nie Miller, late with the Sieglc Cooper
Co., N. 1'. Feathers willowed, curled
cleaned aud dyed. Have your old
plumes made into new ouei. 17-1)
WANTED - We bundle business
chances, real eilalc, insurance, loans,
purchase agreements of sale. If you
want to sell your bouie or your buai-
nen ctil ud give ui particular!. Wt
cm get tmuIIs. Buiincsi it good.
Palmer k Mcllwaine, 36 Lonidale Ave.
Pbone 110. 80-10
FOB BENT
FOB BENT-Fivc roomed ""bungalow,
modern, 6tfa street cast, near Victoria
Park. John llierascu, Colonial Apart-
ment House, 8tb street, phone 210. tf
BOOMS FOB BENT-Huu.ckeeping.
216 2nd itreet eut. 27-10
Comfortable  front  roum  for  rent,
furuiibed.   110 Upper Koilh Hoad.
8010
TO LET—largo double bedroom,
suitable for four respectable men. 11.60
each per week ur wilb board, 86.00.
Mra. Dowie, 146--3rd itreet eait. 17-10
FOB BENT-Scveu roomed houie,
furnace, fully muderu, garden. Eighth
street, good view. Apply Colonial
Apartment  Houae, Mt Ii street eaat. If
FOB BENT - Five room In   on
N. W. corner ot I.t and Cheiterfiiid.
Hoot $20 per month. Canadian Financier!, Ltd., Bank of Hamilton Bldg.
U.
NO IMOKINO IN BUSINB8« HOURS
Among tho membera of tbe provincial civil service throughout Hrilish
Columbia wbo art numbered among
tbe devotee* of My Ltdy Nicotine
thtrt l*-or ibortly will bo—both woe
Ud limiatition. Tkt ciuie ii found
ft tbt recent adoption by tbt Provin-
citl executive of m order In council
upon which hai bain baud U offlcitl
circular which will bt mailed during
tht next few day. ta all Md tundry
laTected tdviaiag thro that imokin|
while in Iktir olett it henceforward
TO WHOM IT MAY rONCEKN
Wo thoroughly dry clean ladici' and
geut'i luliti for $1,26. Suit! preucd
Mc. Money refunded if uot satisfactory. Modem Benovatory, 202 Lomdale Ave.  Pbone 813. 10-11
Tht City Dye Worki hu eitabllab
ed a branch cor, Kaplauadc E. ud
Iiooidlle. Fint clui work tt moder.
tie rttea, cleaning, dyeing, prtuing
and repairing.
MQNBY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on approved pro.
party.   kgtetmmto ot tab purefcued.
W'   emtYnw^lmmf   *t9W  l^fr^F*-f"? w^lfmj
tWjnl to (ou at * pn cut. on frtt
morlfltgt iacomt prowty m It witkla
two Wtckt of Loat&lt Art.
IBWIN * BILWNW 00. WP'
FOB BENT-Tbc store on the Ka-
pl.-ioiide until recently occupied by the
district U a municipal ball, also space
17x23 feet upitiiri wbicb will bo divided to suit reliable tenant. Apply
Vancouver Lumber Cumpiny ou Ihe
premise! 241
EDUCATIONAL
I.AIlY Certified wiibea pupili for
pianoforte and theory. Ttrmi moderate.  Box A28, Eiprtu Offlce.     ,3-11
Min L. H. Bertram of Vuncouvtr,
tetcbir of pitno ud tinging, Irfuont
given ia Nortb Vancouver. Ttrmi H
pet mouth- Beginner! a ipecialty.
Apply Express Offlce, He* kl.    10 11
9. C. fivaty awl board ftej*t -
Ltabt Hat aad laoW uddla Mmm
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3- THE EXTOS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C,
	
on Hastings Street
East--D. L 208
i
V
LOTS $245
$90
CASH, BALANCE 1 AND 2 YEARS, or
■ ..I. I,. i  .
$40 CASH, BALANCE 6, 12. 18 AND 24 MONTHS, or
~■F     aw Waw i I, , iw—nmnwmmmdmmi . ...* i     in nam      .  ■ i .1  in .intn. '     1  »
$10  CASH and $5 a MONTH, WITH BAUNCE IN 2 YEARS
~«r  A  \ew      .        i M        i i        i  11   Fi       f     mm,i, n        i w——»——————, »^—■—.
Interest 7 per cent. Payable Annually
..    ' ■        ■   ■■
We are clearing and grading 20 feet in the centre of each street so you can build immediately,    These lots are nearly all level, a
few have a slight slope to the south.   We will be pleased to show you this property at any time.
■——-
Preparations are being made for the extension of the carline from the present terminus on Hastings Street
11-2 miles East, This Fall or Early Spring
COME AND SEE HASTINGS GROVE
S. F. MUNSON, Broker, 333 Pender St. W.
TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 5654
V
From Liverpool
to Lonsdale
Miscellaneous . Impressions   In   a
Long Journey.
(Hy "UN HILL.")
VII.
Twig! . Tang! . Tang! . 'rang!
Anything more monotonous llian the
i aim.Inn. locomotive I,rll ia inconcoiv*r
alile. If I hail the necessary lirtln-te-
cumulation I wouhl write an adverse'
I"" in on il. aa I'Mgar Allan I'eo ume
iliil on a .'miliar sujbecl. What a tear
fully l„ii:.' ilay il Ium been! We hail
bidden farewell lo the laurculic,
at niggled through Ibe customs, ruuilileii
through Ihe -u.-.-i. of Montreal, deposited luggage at the I'. I'. II. atation,
jM'raiul.ulaleil atill more streets, ilineii
at I restaurant in whirli every raee,
sivili/i'il ami uncivilized, teeiueil to lie
riprmnteil, ami marvelleil generally at
Montreal ami ita |ieo|>lc. And now we
were trying to sleep—trying painfully
Inn I. ilupltl lh.< flit that the train
waa indulging iu coivulsivc leaps.,
alirupl atoppagea, frantic rualiea. For-
•entity during    Ihe Aral    night  I lay
philosophically open-eyed, wondering
what un earth had ever possessed Rob-
ert Lum.. .Stevenson to pen the follow-
ing: "Herein I think, liea Hie chief m
irartion of railway travel. The .peed
ia ao Ml}', and the train disturbs .-'i
little the scenes through which il takes
ua that the heart becomes full of the
placidity ami .nihil - of the country,
and while Hie body ia borne forward
in the thing chain of carriages the
thoughts alight, as Ihe humor moves
them, at unfrequented stations, they
make haste up the popular alley that
leads towards town, they arc left behind with the signalman as, shading
hia eyes with his hand, lie watches the
long train sweep into Ihe golden distance." Though I am one of that
great concourse vfho "love Stcvonton
and call him master," the above sentiments found uo echo within mc that
evening we clattered out of Montreal.
And let me hasten to explain that I
purpoae no insinuations against Ihe C,
IMI. travelling accommodations. It
was just that the easy glide of tbt
l<turoutie bid turned us into spoilt,
pevish children, so tint we pulled ficis
and groaned whenever a jolt occurred.
"No, llobert Louis Stevenson," I muttered now and again, "you went
wrong when you wrote about tbe speed
being so easy."
Next morning however, very little
afler dawn, when we gazed upon the
scudding acres of laiiada with the sky
still linled ruddily in the east, and
absolute ijuietude everywhere we
realized indeed that "the train dis
tmi-- so little Ihe scenes through which
it takes us." It is no sentimental
jargon to say lhal one closed one's eyes
and opened Ihem again and gulped ami
stared very hard and reiterated to oneself. "This—this is the land of Can-
ada. These are t'ana.liaii trees. Yonder it Canadian water. Everything
strange aboul ua is Canadian save tbe
attendant, who is black as night."
Whereupon, having mastered theae salient facts, wc arose from our respective
couches and i>roccdeil to relate what
bad nights wt had spent. And it curiously traiispircil thai each waa decidedly under the impression lhat the
olher had been sleeping audibly, and
tbt true circumstances remain a mya
tery lo tbis dty
I'rescntly we stoppesl ll the first
small depot, .piile a cooiidenblc crowd
had gathered for tbe Occisiou, brown,
strong-looking men in cowboy hats,
Imi ' K .i.-i .-.I. i s im .ii iu eipresaion,
leaning agaiuit the wooden Willi chewing continuoualy; tall bearded farmers
with great doga at Iheir bccli; healthy
unbearded youths viaibly conscious of
being part of an interesting group to
the travellers on board; young Hrilish
liiiiiii-ii'ii'ii'i.- searching the train windows for a familiar old country face.
Meanwhile the proprietor of a tiny
aliill, bearing the legend "Bananas aud
oranges for sale here" (with the esses
ull turned the wrong way) was doing a
roaring trade. I'assengers had briibly
•lighted, had run Ihe gauntlet of curious eyes and were making rapid purchases. Then "Arl aboard!" tud a
mad stampede for the train. A shriek
from Ihe engine, a few preliminary funnel.blasts, and wc were sliding from
the future ken of tbat motley cluster
on the depot platform.
The day wore ou and Ihe outlook
changed witb the hours. Sometimes aa
far ai tbe eye could reach there wai
nothing but boulders ind itubble, sonic
timet i quiet like, witb mmy trees
reflected witb grctt detail; tbcu t
quaint little township similar to those
I have described) then more deiert
country, and atill another lake along
whole border we seem to rush ratbir
treacherously; then a gorgeou. sunset
to the west of us, and general prepira
tioni for retirement.
And Anally, thank goodneu t better
night tbtn the last!
To bt conUoutd
Banquet at the
Palace Hotel
I'ntil uu early hour last Saturday
morning lbc parlors ltd hallways of
the l'alacc Hotel echoed with music and laughter, tbo occasion being
the gathering around the festive board
by tbe guests of thit popular inn.
Promptly tt B o'clock Friday evening tbe banquclters to tbe number of
thirty were usbered into a tulefully
decorated dining room lo do justice to
the sumptuous repait ipread before
them. Mr. Thos. Watson, who sat at
the table's bead, iu a few well .hn-.cn
wordi, welcomed the diners tnd got
Ihem well ou the road lo good fellowship, liming tbe course of tbe diuuer
i number of toast., were drunk. Tbe
toast to tbe King wai propoied by Ut.
Bob. MlcUcblau, ind responded to
by Ur. Colin Teifor. Tbe betlthi of
tbe now Govornor-Genertl ind family
were proposed by Mr. Tboi. Thompion.
"Tbe Udiet, Blew 'ia, Wt I-ovc
Tbem All" wis tbi gallant tout propoied by Mr. lltrry Urptster, tnd
gallantly responded to oa tbe ladies'
behalf by Mr. Hugh Mdlnugall. Mr.
P. Fortytb'i tout "To' our ncit
Merry Meeting," WM responded lo
by Ibi diners iu chorus.   On bebtlf of
the management of tbe hotel, Mr.
Bert Tccvans, responding to tbo toast '
"Our Host" which wat proposed by
Mr. ll. Ilaklo, Mprcsiod appreciation
of the sympathy existing between tbe
gucttt and the management and amid
applauac, ttatcd that there mas ample
assurance of ill continuance..
After a very satisfying juitioa bid
been douc the mtny good things,
.-/■•■• -i in were lu order, evory one prtt-
tnt - contributing. A fow oipretscd
themselves it "being too full for
words" but there waa ample evidence
that among Ihe l'alacc gucsla   tbcro
arc   many   who   Ily   | huni   to   be   nc.sl
tnd bumoroui after-dinner spcakcra
When tbe gucttt adjourned to tbo
inn-is rnoiii an impromptu musical program wu rendered by Mitt Watt and
Mown. Doty and 3. Tborpc, wbicb
wu greatly en joyed The early dawn
wu climbing over tbi eastern hills
before tbe lut tdicu wu uid ind tbo
lut guett bid depirtcd.
Among tbe liiuquoltori were:
Meiirt. Tboi. Wttion, Thoi. Thompson, Ralph lltykcn, Bob MacLacblan,
Harry turpi nicr. Hugh Meliiuigall,
Frfnk  Fortytb, Thos.  Chalmers,  Fred.
Km I,    f,'ol.    i.-lfor.    GeO.    McMun hie,
Bert Til-sal,., lieu Ramsay, Jul.
Tborpc, Hon Hqulre, Out Heppmiu,
Hardy ind Mat. hell,   i om.
PIONEER BAKERY
|U Recognizing the tuperior quality of th*
7l| Cake* and Confectionery manufactured
by Bruce k Co., 135 Lonidale, we beg to
advite cuttomer* that our driver* will be glad
to accept order* for tame and give prompt
delivery.
'
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x      5c per loaf.
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Phone 321.     14 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver.
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
Will taka died ot good building lot
It caih payment on a lOroom house;
now; all modem. Buy ttrmi on
balance.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
TELEPHONE 8q. \       P. 0. BOX 114
50 FT. LOTS, $70 CASH
Balance Quarterly, over Two Yeart
Price $350
Every lot on an open graded road, east of Seymour
Creek, North Vancouver. Buildings being erected on tlie
property now.   Telephone and electric light available.
Gall or write and got mapi and (ull particular!. When certain
development! are announced in a few weeki you will lm too late. .
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340 PENDER STREET      VANCOUVER, B. C.
A Little Friendly Talk on Doors
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We have one of the largest and best designed stock of
Front Doors that can be secured anywhere iu B. C. Wc have
about jo different designs to choose from which range in
price from (3.75 to $25.00. We make a specialty of the
"Pasadena Door," a handsome, massive piece of work,
one which is especially suited to bungalows, and the modern
style of architecture. If you are interested call and let us
show you our display. We can also supply you with Interior
Doors in fir or cedar in 1, a, 3, 4, 5 or 6 panel or in the craftsman designs.   Call and ask to sec them for yourself.
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ESPLANADE EAST
P. 0. Box 1719 Phone aaa
Hay, Flour & Feed
Owing to larger warehouse accomodation, we ere now in a poiition to
can- a larger and more complete
atock of theae goodi and to aupply
our cuatomera at Vancouver pricei.
AU Orden Delivered Promptly.
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116 Esplanade Eait    ;     -    Phone 4
Western Decorating & PlumbingCo.
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a ffiMffw mwttOo w w imi-
'  can'ct pf tilt Instill! iMtJPflt,
Thp fnllPftog psrtflsplii up Ukeu
trom an article which mtotiy »p»tar-
fid JO the flltigpw Npwi |nil preiei|t
a auniiiiary tl the situation relative to
tht went federal elections from tho
Britllh point of view, which ii notable
for iti accuracy anil the intelligent
grup of tht matter in. hand.
Dramatic and Declilvt
Tburiday laat can he aet ilown mire
aerveilly aa a red-letter .lay in the bll-
tory of the British Umpire. It il apt
often that wo can a.lopt thia attituil.o
of I'omplclo i'iiiiliileiii'0 regarding the
value of an event in contemporary
annali. , There ii usually a doubt, a
in- ii-1 nm. especially whero politic! irt
involved, to accept an event n tbe
close of in old, tnd the opening of u
now epoch in the history of the people.
Sucb turning point! ire tpt to be obscure; tbo retl import of tho battle of
Trafalgar, for instance, was,not made
clear; its due value waa not realized,
until Napoleon was finally defeated at
Waterloo, But there can ho no doubt
rogarding the import of the fight at
the polls U Canada last week, for the
insult was at uiii-e dramatic, decisive,
far reaching. Everybody waa aurpris
ed; 'the victors no less than the van
quisheil. Kaeh of the political parties
for Reciprocity and against Keciproc
ity, hoped to gaiu a small majority iu
the new parliament. But the party
politicians wpre all astray, as it not un
usual n lien they get outside the groove
of party politics. The Canadian people
themselves grasped the significance of
the decision they .were required to
make, and grasped it with their owu
bauds. Tbis, our Cauadu, they declared, is to lie a free nation iusidc the
British empire—a nation which we intend to develop iu mi owu way—and
wc renounro all temptations to depart
from that ideal.
Oauada Bifort Party
It has to be understood, therefore,
that tho big victory of Ilie f'onscrva-
tive party in Canada waa uot achieved by that party alone. Many a good
I'liiiinliiiii Liberal, putliug hia country
before his party, voted againat Sir
Wilfrid Laurler and his reciprocity
agreement with tho United States;
wbilo many voters wbo are not party
politicians at any time gave uubcai-
tatiug support to tbe aide tbat sought
to conserve the free nationhood of
Canada. For that, undoubtedly, was
tbo central point of the struggle and
its central interest. It is satisfactory
to know that the victory is a clear
gain for tho uuity of the British Em
pire, ond it ia equally satisfactory to
know tbat the battle at the polU wt|
fought out with the firm belief on tbe
part of Ihe victors that auch would be
tho result. But it is alao necessary to
recognise that the Cauadian people,
first and foremost were* deeply moved
by their own mtionil patriotism, and
by the well grouii(|cd fear lhat their
nationhood was in jeopardy.
A Bainbow iu tbo Sky
"My heart leaps up when! behold
a rainbow in the sky." Tbui did the
pout make confession of his keen enjoyment of the beauty of nature in
its ancient and arresting form. It is
a precious confession iu a drab world,
when mankind so seldom looks skywards. And aro tbirc nol moments
in human affairs, all too rare, when
a rainbow set in tbe cluods impressively claims our eyei and quickeni
our heart! Borne noble action, some
triumph of the ideal iu a sordid world,
ia sucb 1 rainbow. And surely il,.-r ■
must hive been many men throughout
tbe British Empire countible in mil
Horn, let ui hope— who recognised iu
tbe decision of Canada lut wee! tbe
rainbow of promise. Dullards were
tbey, in truth, if their hearts did not
leap up in tbo joyful knowledge Ibat
tbo old ideal had triumphed, Ibat Canada had saved her nationhood, ami lhat
■hp had thereby safeguarded the Bri
tish Empire. Eor thai, in ita true in
uur.liii--.-s and utmost scope, il the
meaning of thevdacialon arrived at by
Canada. That ia the rainbow of in
ideal lhat appeared arreatiugly. Lot
tho mep who are snared by dollars
and Ihe politicians wbo are tbe slaves
of old parly war erica, note that Sign
in the heavens. And let all good lm
perialiata throughout the British Empire ,rejoico and be glad.
Canada Hu Saved Hirielf
For our outlook on the future of
Ibe British Empire cm never be quite
the same after this emphatic pro
nouns s'liicnt made by Canada. Betting
uidc ill temptation, refusing immediate gain, ihe has declared emphatically that she intends to romain permanently as a free nation inside Ihe British empire. Now, in recent years thero
hu been a shade of doubt upon tbat
matter ia tbis country. Some of our
politicians have been inclined to it-
mme, all .too readily, that Canada
would gravitate towirds the I'nited
States; that the geographical ind ceo
sonic cdDditiow make tbat process
Inevitable. It wm t plauiible mum
piioo, tad if doHart counted alone it
d bive beet t lift uiumptlon.
dofltri,   tlfhottb   wry potent,
"• "T™ rrfr*T JflHffrW fT7^fx99affJ'
Amtn'saffiau, fop a i-that- And the
Canadian*, ts tbey bsve ibowu,tre nw
Wfrff htVi thtir pwn pttrlptic conception-of their fpturo; t|(ey hive now
refused deciiivoly to gravitate southward! tp the United Statea. With tbt,
tsaisttpco pf Oreat pritaiu, tbey can
mako good that recusal. Tq qiake her
ideal eff ectiya, wbyit. .Canada needs fint
of all, and, ppst. pf all, is time fp jr.
create her pppulstlpii,' dtvplpp her re-
souaces, apd itreiigthoq bor whole position as 1 nation. Hereiu jay the great
dtngtr tp Canada of the reciprocity
agreement; thp dinger thtt before she
bid iciiuired sufficient power pf resistance, Canada would bt overwhelmed by tho immense organized resources
pf tbt United States. From that danger, fpr thp moment, Canlda haa saved
herself, and in a quarter of a century
that danger will up longer exist. Canada will lm able, having developed bor
resourcea, to stand safely against any
outsidt economic pressure.
Are Wt Otlsg to Beclprocate?
But in tho meantime what Is Great
Britain going in dol Canada has rejected the reciprocity agreement, in the
fint place, because she desiroa to re-
tain full control of ber economic development as a nation- But Canada
has declared, not less emphatically,
that she desires to rctaiu her place as
a nation inside the British empire; the
secure unity of the empire i- her ideal.
But on ber side for many yean, it
has been much moro than an ideal; sho
has given British gomls a preference
in ber markets, and that policy was
firmly endorsed during tbe recent pipe-
linn. Aro wc going to rccoprocatef
Ur is tho British government, as hitherto, going to bar and bolt the door
against any reciprocal tariff adjustment with Canada! The high-anddry
theorising free traders may still bo in
that mind, but the event of last week,
the danger escaped, must have impressed many Britons hitherto unimpressed.
The subject of preference docs, not
-t.-iii.I iij.lnv 11 it did last Tuesday. If
Canada is ready to sacrifice ber immediate gain from u reciprocal arrange-
ment wilb the I'uited States, the
British people should be ready, as far
is may lie, to assist ill mitigating this
sacrifice. Jn maintaining Ibe unity of
the empire it is ueiiher just nor wise
that the Overseas Dominions should
give us a preference ami receive nothing iu return. The Cauadian election
I would like lo believe, haa shattered
Ibat sterile policy.
Tbe Truth students class will meet
every Tuesday eveuiug at 8 o'clock at
lbc residence of Mrs. liallagher, Koitb
road, near Bidgeway. Students desiring higher spiritual uufoldmcnt aro
cordially invited to attend. tf
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We Miry a |me of qifliery
which is n°t excelled outside (he,
great emporiums pf Sheffield and
Manchester, and it a line in
which this firm i* an absolute master. Our stock is not limitejl in
Suantity or quality. We supply
ie most humble home or the
quelling hall of a prince aril
equal readiness.
See our excellent line pf
vers, dessert and fish sets. C
ity assured; prices moderate.
> impossible it ii i
wont system Pf tftij
|j not bpliovow in
pf as free trade,
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All huvo Canada, AiJ
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Percy  8.   Howard
11.    I    l-.-i i in
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near Ibo Ferry Approach
*ai built by
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General CoBtraOtori
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B. E. CLARK
KNGINKKHS
Contrictors for reinforced concrete
construction. Sowcring iu ill ils
branches; hoiuc connections a specialty.    Estimates   furnished.
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bu discovered tlie < »■•* ol Mara.r lo
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Irrigation, drainage, level., pinna
and specification.. Seplic tanks and
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North VtneoBTir, B, 0 ....'. Octobtr 80, 1811.
A PBAOTIOAI, ncaiOBATION
' lint annual rtpurt of the Im-
^^t-wt-tf Association of
w<
e are c
just been issued,
jrest ind shown
met with most
excellently has
id io conspicu-
in'iii'- aecruiug
tho association
from   a   small
few  lis-iielii icnl
ume an enter-
lenca   and   of
Prepa
S.
the is-.in in
■.aimllis British
en, to bring
o Canada, and
une here. The
jIiiui iii Ihe
ho conceived
if certain re-
IrtOtl   llnllilli-.
sr.- the  Muni
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whom  u  guarantee
.is proviilijl.   Appli
From LivF""""1U|""'f°r,",
rposc, for assistance
Hr orkmeii who withed
Miscellineoui   im)"1"-  lo Winnipeg
Long J«,n t,v n,,. Advisory
(By "IAN .
Tang!      . Tang!
Anything
y.jport, which i.-
I, sbowi that
more   moil-
<'anadian locomolive I
able. If I had the in
cumulation I would i
piiein on it. as I'Mgar
did un a similar sujbeo
fully longNliy il bad b<
bidden    farewell   lo   Ibi
lut
lur
plicltioni were re
>  were approved.
■i  wilh the con-
struggled through the eat
through Ihe streets of If
ited luggage at tbe tiu
pcrambulaleii still mun
at a restaurant in wirl
lepo.it, •III  with-
is, and   IS were
nl   of  askance
I sl.teiiieiil of
hows  Ihut   lie
Vain ily tickets,
was iitfiti.lt,
was ilepositesl
ice, Ihe remain.
| burrowed from
. nl. inleretl.
htd children earning wages to tbt
number of 21 whose average wage iu
Oreat Britain was $1.60 per week while
in Winnipeg tbeir average weekly wage
was (7.10.
Encouraged by the unqualified success of their lint year's operations,
tbe Association proposes to enlarge
their guarantors to one hundred and
fifty, thus greatly increasing the fund
at tbeir disposal and rendering possible the carrying out of operations
upon a much larger scale.
In addition to this the movement
bids fair to grow into one of national
importance. During the year requests
for information were received from a
number of civic and trade bodies
throughout Ihe west, with the result
that a muvemenl has been started looking to the establishment of similar As
sanations iu Ibe chief cities of Western
Canada. Associations have already
been orgunue'1 at Fort William, Bran
don and Vancouver.
As uu upplied theory of immigration,
Ihe scheme has proven a conspicuous
success. No less an authority than Mr
,1.  Obcd  Slllitll,  Assistant  Superintend
llll of Immigration at Loudon, England
declare! "Our records during this year
show that while lii per cent, of the as-
sisled immigration to Canasla did uot
meet the requirements of the Immigration department, I am pleased to say
that not one single application lhal
came through the Winnipeg luduslrial
Bureau proved unsatisfactory."
The scheme uppcars to be one of
which provincial governments might
profitably talic cogniianet with a view
to according it a fixed place in their
immigration policy, thus making available more eipeditlously than otherwise
an be hoped, the fullest possible benefits from its operation upon a large
scale.
THE imm NORTH VAIKOUVm, ». ft
Mr. A. w, Bthtr htt hm ptifA-
od tht eontwt for tht twrtipn of dip
Institutti Hall in Lynn Valley, The
Work will ht commenced upon next
Wttk.
CANADA'S LOSS OF FULP WOOD
19(0
Tbe exportation of pulpwood in a
raw lorm from Canada into the I'liited
BlBlcs is in. iiiimii].' yearly and by jusl
so much as Ihis is done does Canada
lose Ilie 11 in lit- to be derived from
manufacture and Ihe increased value of
raw products. The Foreit ry lirineh of
the department of Ihe luterior has
compiled statistics showing that over
a   million uml a  half cords of pul|
civilized and uiicivilitee
>f persons    fur wood were rut in Caua<la during I It 10,
represented, uud mirvelV
.,  ,*t« issued,    was  worth   nearly   nine   inilliomeiuht   bun
Montreal and ils peop! "
'■ wivet, I'ii! ihil   dred thousand dollars.   Over tixlv per
were trying to sleep—t •  '
harsl, despite the fict ?•"' ""' '"" u"   '•■•■ "f ''"' tmounl  wis sent out of
wit    indulging  in    ena'1"'  M-ktl atl,:tnsda without further labor being ex-
abrupt stoppaget, franticv.  rsjaid Iheir||,ended on il. The t'nited State* inaiiu
las lured it into pulp am) paper. From
tonally during   Ibe flril „,„,„.,,, „, w„
educed their
lure of  Ihe
It been  Ihe
^^^   Tm     ^#„iii|'aiiitisj'
U^W    I I living and
iuu tin- obi country
l*Jm Inquiries hive been
„ lliree lain heads namely,
apparel, |.,(/J| sluffs and weekly
iriiiugs.   The ligure uhieli have
l show the weekly earning in
[y ol the heads of thirty ilirTercnl
lilies in  various o<i*U|>ations lo be
Hj.i'i in Winnipeg st eoinparol with
U.ln in ''.isl Britain.  'Tbt inform
>n with reganl to Ihe <oiuj«rulivi
I Jf'lit ing shornI tbtl with reference
'Ubriii^    ap|,an>l,    one    dollar    in
I Britain goes tt far at 11.81 iu
(lipcg. while wilb  regard to food
i for eu'ti dollar tpeol It Win-
, UM would be required in the
s'l'i.y     In  the mailer of bouse
iqiiiriea show that Ihe cott
Hi higher in Winnipeg, Ihe aver
i in lhal city being lltfil per
Heal Britain pt.W) per
tbitly fiinilics from
rnttlon wti gttbired, 11
I'nited Mlatet Forest Products Hull.
tins, ii is seen thai approximately two
fifths of the pulpwood imported by
Ibat country is manufactured into
mechanical pulp, ami Ibreefiflhs into
sulphite pulp, and that a cord of wood
produces one ton of mechanical pulp
or one half ton of chemical pulp This
means that of Ibe nine hundred ami
forly three thousand cords of Canadian
pulpwood sent Into the I'nited States
in llll" IBrec liundre.l and sev
only si-vcii thousand tons of me
chanieal pulp and two hundred and
eighty three thousand tons of rhtsjical
pulp were made Tbe value of this
pulp, for which Canada received six
million two hummed and ten thousand
dollars as pulpwood, was over thirteen
and a half million dollars at the aver
age prices paid in HU" by I'Mcl tito
let importers of pulpwood. Tbut Can
ada did not get une half Ibe amount
tbe would have received if all pulp
wood were converted into pulp ou
Canadian toil, Al tbe l/niifd Slates
does not export two per coat, of what
It import! t certain ltd-ittfcdy mil-
ket woyld be found for |H tbt wood
pulp of (^otditu production.
NOTICE SO PROPERTY OWNERS
Biwir Connectioui
PUBLIO NOTICE ii hereby givou
tbtt ill owners of retl properly fronting or abutting upon t itreet or lane
in which or under wbicb 1 main or
common lower is laid tre hereby required to connect iny building or promises upon such property with such
ni_i» or commen sewer. .^/
Permits may be outlined from tbe
Plumbing Intpector tt hit office at the
City Hill between tbt houn of 8 t,
m. and 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. tnd 2 p.m.
Tht following rtgulttiom govern tht
construction of house or building con'
nectiont witb sewers:
No bouse lewer pipe shall btyt t
leas fall thin 1 to 40, unites spenial
permission is gritted in writing by
the Council. Said pipei between the
iron pipe, to the connection of tbe
public sewer to be of the best quality
stiudird salt-glazed vitrified clay tower pipe, mil shall bave i diameter of
not leu tban 4 inches. All pipes shall
be sound and well burned throughout
tbeir thickness, impervious to moisture, witb a clear ring, smooth and
well glazed on interior and exterior
surfaces, free from flaws, cracks, blisters, fire checks or other imperfections.
Tne pipes must be so laid in the
trench that after tbe sewer is completed, tbe interior lurfsce thereof, shall
be to a true ind even grade.
In making tbe joints, a gasket of
oakum or hemp, freshly dipped in cement grout, must first be used and
packed into place. The joints ehiil
ifterwards be tightly packed full and
bevelled off with mortar, composed of
one part by volume of approved Port-
laud cement to one part liy volume of
approved sand.
All joints shall tie made water tight,
so tbat they will stand a bead of 10
feet of water, when tested by tbe
Plumbing Inspector at the owner's,
plumber's or contractor's expanse.
By order of tbe Council:
THOMAS SHEPHEBD,
City Clerk,    tf
Imported Tailoring
ROBERT SMITH hu now
returned [rom Scotland with
a choice selection ol Scotch, Eng
luh and Irith Tweed etc., from
which he is prepared to accept
orders lor suits made in the old
country in either Canadian or Eng
lish styles.
Drop a Postal Card or phone
Seymour I433L.
2316 Clark Drive
VANCOUVER, B.C.
"PUBLIC INQUIBIB8 AOT."
His Honour Ibe Lieutenant-Governor
in t'ouocil has been pletied to appoint
tbe Honourable Albert Edward Mc
Phillips, K. (,'., President of thl Executive Council; tbt Honourable Price
Ellison, Minister of Finance; Charles
Henry Lugrin, of tbe City of Victoria,
Eequirt; tnd William Harold Malkin,
of tbe City of Vtncouver, Eiquire, to
bt Commlnlonen undor tbi ''Public
Inquiriet Act" for tbt purpoit of inquiring into tnd rtporting upon tbi
operation of tbe "Atwsimeot Act.
lini.'i," witb respect to iti practical
bearings ou tbe financial requirement!
of tbe Province.
Tbe laid C'ommiiiionen will bold
tbeir meetings on Ibe dates and at tbe
placet mentioned hereunder, namely:—
Victoria, at tbe Erecutlve Council
Chamber, Parliament Building!, Monday and Tuesday, ifitb and 26th
September, at 10 t.m. At the Court
House or the Government Office at tbe
following placet:—
Nanaimo, Wednesday and Tburiday,
27th and 261b September.
Vaueouver, Friday and Saturday,
:.".'i is and 30tb September.
New Wetlmmaler, Mondiy, 2nd October.
Bevelstoke, Wednwdiy, 4tb October.
Golden, Thursday, 6tb October.
4'rinbrook, Saturday, 7th October.
Fernie, Mondiy, Uth October,
Nelson, Wednesdiy, llth October.
Bottland, Thursday, 12tb Octobtr.
Grind Forks, Friday, 13th October.
Princeton. Saturday, 14tb Octobtr,
Mcrrltt, Monday, 16th October.
Kamloopt, Tuesday, 17tb Octobtr.
Summcrland, Thurtdiy, 19tb October.
Penticton, Friday, 20th Octobtr.
Kelowni, Saturday, Silt October.
Vernon, Mondiy, 23rd Octobtr.
It ii requested tbtt til perioni wbo
tft Interested io tbe putter t/ertuid,
tnd who desire to be beird, will not
fail to bt preient tt tht mtttlngt of
tht Conunitiiontri.
PBICE ELLISON,
Oh»lm»n.
—
"Wt aft offirlng Om «ood lota In
but block In D. h. 460 it I.M sicb.
Ip .liw of tbt brldgt diwlopminta,
thm in ml tntjt."
BLDEB MUBBAV 00„ WD,
North Vhwivm.
WHAT WILL HAPPEN NEXT
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7
Mephestopheles Will Arrive on
the North Shore on Saturday.
WATCH JOHNSTON &
SALSBURVS WINDOW
THE HARDWARE MEN
NEXT TO THE POST OFFICE
GOOD 52-FT. LOTS
)n high ground, entirely fru from ravines and only a block and half
from carline.
Price $350 each
On terms of $90.00 cub tnd tbt balance in 6, 12 and 18 monthi.
Theae lota only want seeing to tell it tht price.
*3
For further particular! ill
C. E. LAWSON & CO.
15 Lonsdale Ave.       Phone 70.
P.O. Box 1816
SPECIAL
We have a few lots forsake close to Lonsdale Avenue
Carline in the C1ty~~Trrices $450 to $500 on very
easy terms. We believe these to be the cheapest lots
left in the vicinity of Lonsdale Ave. Call in and we
will show you over them.
The North Yancouver Trust Co., Ltd.
Real   Eitati sod  Fiiaocial Agent.
Agreement! ol Ssli ditcouoted.
2)9 Lonidale Avenue Telephone 44
Palace Hotel
Second Street, North Vancouver, B. C.
FINEST ROOF GARDEN ON PACIFIC COAST
RATES:—$2.00 per day up.   Special
rates to families and lo regular boarders.
REDA & ANDRUSS
Proprietors
n ml   iwmlm
$200 ol Stock in McDougall-
Jenkins Engineers, Ud, Easy teimt
o{ payment, Good invettment.
ToRent
Three Houiekeeping Rooms,
near Victoria Park. Rent moderate.
Alexander Philip       1
Iniuranci Brokir,
Olub Block, Eiplanade. Phont 10.
N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
Telephone 276
127 LONSDALE AVE.
NORTH VANCOUVER
n*~JK
New Harness Shop
A branch of the Vancouver
Harness Co. hat been opened in
the premiiei of the C. M. tt N.
Coal and Supply Co., corner
Eiplanade and St. George'i Ave.
A full slock of fint class harneii
and horse fillings will be carried.
A specially will be made of repair work. I'mc- will be the
stmc as those in Vincouver.
VANCOUVER HARNESS CO.
Phone 259
H. E. KRUGER
Expert on Fireplaces and All Clauet
of Brickwork. All Work
Guiranlced.
Corner Fifteenth Si. and Mihon Avt.
WE COULD
Paper the World
Iron our ttock ot uiw Will Papirt
io it imoi. Kviry diy lotni um
dnign trrivei „ Bli tki viciney
ol lbi,H cloud out,
Handaome Wall Pipwi
an beri in endlm variety. Juit
till our lalcimin lor whit room
you wist tin piper ud bt will
ibow you jutt tbe p.ttirn you in
looking (or.
To  cbooio Irom our ilock n i pier
•uri, to |,iy our price n iiiy,
W. H. ST0NEY & CO.
117 I.onadili ivnue
IhimWl
NORTH LONSDALE SPECIAL
=__
100 ft. frontage on KING STREET, East (which is now
being Macadamized) for
$1,000-One third Cash
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, SEE
MARTINSON k CO.
62 LONSDALE AVENdp     tfimwi  torn      NORTH VANCOUVER TBVPBM WANTED
SKATED TENI1ER8 marked "Tender
for Bower" will be received by tbe Clly
Clerk ol the City of North Vancouver,
up to li o'clock noon on Monday, the
Mrd day of October, for iu|>|>|ylnn all
the material! und connecting and
commoting a Sanitary Sewer with lot
connecllona on Hanlenude and Creicent
Street from St. George'! Avenue lo 8t.
Davld'i Avenue, und on Second itreet
from u iiolnt 800 feel eait of 81. An-
drew'i Avenue tu 81. Duvld'a Avenue.
All the above mentioned work to he
carried out according to plana. |iro-
.4H*tf"croii-'icctlon8 und aiieclHcalloni
.    yf liropared hy the city engineer.
All tendera for the work inual be
« ij made on fornil of lender supplied by
(       v>      ii,,. C|ty engineer.
A cheque for 6 per cent, of the
amount of tender mutt accompany
each and every lender.
A bond of il per cent, of tin umount
of the contract will he required.
Separate tendera mutt be mude for
each work ubove mentioned.
The loweat or uny tender nol necei-
■arlly  accepted.
GEORGE S. HANE8.
City Engineer.
Clly Engineer'! Of/lee,
North Vancouver, October 6, 1911.
20-10
tender, wh|cb ibtll be forwarded If the
party tendering decline to enter Into
contract when called upon to do i'o.
or If he fall tq complete tbt work
contracted'for. The chequea or cert|-
Dcatea of deposit of- unsuccessful tefi-
dereri will be returned to them upon
the execution of Ihe contract.
Tender! will iuu be comldered unleu
made out on the forma supplied, tinned
with Ihe actual signature of tbe ten
derer. and enclosed In the envelopei
furnlihed.   '
The loweit or any tender not necei-
aarlly uccepled. i
3, E. GRIFFITH.
Public Worki Engineer.
Deportment of Public Worka.
Victoria, B. C, lib October, llll.
20-10
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
4
•O"
KtlTM'K   Til   l il.VI'llli I'.ill.-
4'learlag
fur tile, rnlver.il>
(Irey
SEALEIi TENDERS, lupencrlbed
"Tender for clearing nnd grubbing site
for Provincial Unlverilty, I'olnt Grey."
will be received by the Honorable the
Minister of 1'ubllc Works Up lo 12 o'clock noon of Friday. October 201I1,
1011, (or Ibe clearing und grubbing ot
llfty (CO) acrei, more or lest, of land
for the tile of Ilie Provincial Unlver-
ally. Point Grey, known us l,ot 3044,
Group 1. New   Westminster Diitrict.
I'i'i sin,.in,'i:.-. contract uml (onus or
tender muy be seen ul Ibe office or tl
K. McLean, Eaq., landicape architect,
Fulrllelil UiiIIiJIiik. Viineouver, und the
Department 0' Public Worka, Victoria.
ill- McU'i.n will point oul in In-
lending bidders Hie locution ul land lo
be   cleared.
Euch lender musl be accompanied by
an uccepled bank cheque or certificate
of deposll on u chartered bunk of Can*
uilu. mude puyuble lo the Hiiniiiublc
the Minister or Public Works, fur a
1,sun equul lu tell 110) per cent  of tilt
BOOK     CRUSHER     FOREMAN
WANTED
Rock Crusher Foreman wanted at
once, for operating tbe rock erUtb-
er for tbe city of North Vincouver.
Applicant mutt be skilled in tbe operation of rock crushing machinery.
GEORGE 8. hanks.
20-10 City Engineer.
NOHOB
The directors of tbe Horticultural
Society bave called a special general
meeting to be held iu the Horticultural
Hall on Tuesday, Oet. Sltb, it 8 p,
in. to ratify the proposal of the directors as to Ihe renewal of tbe mortgage
and the laying out of tbe ground! tud
any other business that may be brought
forward. All members are requpsted
lo be present. t'u id
CASH PRICES SATURDAY it Uu
UP TO DATE GROCERY, 366 to 360
Fint itrttt mt.  Fbont L112.
I!  I'. Sugar, is Ib. tack for ....tl.i'l
Willi 3 lb. of our l-'uinc.! "Maypole" Golden Tip" Tea
al  10c per Ib.
81, HmHe* 1 1,sun    in,   per tin
(large tint)
Pen, 1'ui 11 and Tomatoes,:' tint for Hoc
(new season pack)
Eggs, strictly fresh, 11 dozen for fl.Ql)
Maypole Butter  3 lb. for (1.00
Kicc, Finest Japan  6 Ib for 'luc
Oranges, sweet and juicy, 20c per dot,
r'rc.-li ground 1,'offee, Hoc perl ib. tiu
'The roads are now In good order.
Come In your tuousaudi ind avoid tin
crush."
tf 8. RITCHIE.
Committedfor Trfcl
Tbt btlfing win resumed wettorilty
morning at tbt city ball pt tbe tlleg
ed bigamy in wbicb Oliver Haftiiry
ivas tbt defendent and Alum Hatter)'
nee Jack, tbe informant. Tbe accused
was charged witb bating contracted a
second marriage witb Hazel Fern Lown
bia fint wife being ttill alive. Mr. ti.
Arnold proaocuted and Mr. .1. E. Bird
represented the defence.
The lint witness called wai the Rev.
McCartney of the Presbyterian church,
Bellingbim, Wiah. He spoke as to
performing the marriage ceremony botween Oliver llul'ti'i-y ,,-iusl Alma Jack
oil Nov. 0th, 11106.
Mr, Bird: "Does tbe law of your
church allow you to marry a boy of
nineteen to a girl of eighteen 1"
Mr. McCartney denied knowledge as
to the tccuracy of the ages the parties
bad giveu. They had secured the necessary certificate from the court house
and he presumed they bad answered
all questions satisfactorily.
Mr. Bird had pointed out thai the
accused had given his age as twenty
oue.
"Did the young lady tell youl'
qucatioued counsel "that she was a
witness as tbis document bears wit
nessl Did she tell you her father's
name was Joseph which is not the
cascf"
The complainant herself teemed cou-
AUCTION SALE
HALF ACRES ud 33 FT. LOTS
Adjoining CAPILANO HOTEL
Half acres in I). I,. 6111, lot 17, iu
block A; lots 9, I'i, 18, IU, ill, 26, 27,
32, iu block I', size 66x265, double
frontage ou two roads: ulso lott Jii,
16, 22, 26, 27, 33, }•», 37, 38, o8,Jj»,
60, .86, tize .13x122 lane.
Keep tbit date In your mind and
come to tbe auction and remember the
following facta:
We cinuot iffonl to ndverlise in 3
papers nnd rent a hall If the properly
is nol alright.
A guarantee and a description will
be giveu on each lol.
Tbe reserve price is far below an
adjoining subdivision now on Ilie market, also far below a subdivision already sold in 679.
Date of title Saturday, Oct. 28th, ul
Kalghtl of Pythias Hill, No. 109,
Lonsdale Avtnut, Nortb Vancouver...
Commencing at 2.30 slurp, rain or
ablni.
HOWABD k MATHEISON,
Auctioneers.
liileralily.amuitil at these revelations.
Recalled she laid tbtt ibt was seventeen and ii bull' ut tlm time of bor
marriage. 8be did not know what tbe
accused's age waa but presumed lie was
under age.
Mr. Hirs! questiiini'd her at to win:
tber sliii knew of any third person win,
went to tbo court hunm' al Bellingbtm
and porsoqatpd Oliver Rul'lery in order
to get the certificate from the suthorl-
titi.
Witness uid sbo knew of no tuch
proceeding.
Mr. Bird: "fie was a Roman Catholic and you were a Protestant. Did
he say he would turn after ijapllgcf •'
Witness: "Ho did."
Mr. Bird: "And- like many similar
promisca that one was fulfilledf
Witness (with emphasis) "Just to,
exactly.''
Complainant'» mother related tbe
story of her daughter's secret morriago
with Baftery. She bclicu'il them to
be legally married, tjhc had never
troubled to Ilml oul accused's age.
Mr. Bird I'ascd the dnfeucu on two
points. Firstly, the marriage nt Unl-
liugham wus not strictl,- ami legally
true. Foreign law was :i questiun of
f ict and such a marriage as Hint must
be demonstrated beyond nli 'iuestinn.
The iparriage was in direct antagonism
to the lows of; the church whicii Mr.
Mcartncy represented. That being
proved, the second marriaee did not
constitute nu offence. Kit.oiiiII.v,' tbe
young man was told by Alma liuftery
thnt she ha.l gone to '.Vlil'orniu and
hud 11,1, ni,,i a goosl valil divorce Kite
hud ..lisle a good job ol' it uud wus
uciuully keeping cominu)' wifli unothcr
yoi.ng fellow whom flic win Intending
10 marry
Mr. Eird conteiiilesl thtl his client
acted under the above beliefs and
should be ju<lgc<l aecorslingly. "Intention," he urgot) "is the very .essence
of a criminal charge nl' this nature."
Mr. Arnold pointed out that the ma-
giltrate't duty was, if there was sufficient evidence, tu commit the accused
for   trial.
.Mr. Kealy said that in his opinion
both marriagci) had been Sufficiently
proved lo wurranl his sending Ihe
man up for trial.
A jdw^prpcily Echo
Tlio following pronouncement uttered by Mr. Balfour, Conservative loader
in tbo British parliament, is an old
country echo of Canada's historic verdict on tbo reciprocity question:
"I boim," said Balfour, "that our
people will find tlio spirit in wbicb we
must approach this quoatlon iu tbe decision reached by tbo Canadian people
Tbo Canadian decision extended far beyond the borders of Ctuida, and musl
have beneUciil result! for tbo ontwirc
at large;.     Tho decision   of   Canada
shows bpm impostibla fMA
toiptVt yjemi iyotoo) 9*0,$.
colonies aft »pt bplitveri ip I.
tern spoken of as free trail*.
Unless this country ittir
iitinii we wil| bavo Canada, A
New (ienland and other great e
itiea miking thoir ipocli| a
tariffs "'Hi ot»PF   tmttif*}.
country will twako samo flrtt.yffl
to fim) tbat ihe.ii! local o
loyal as they ire havt instituted
tern of turiflfs in wbicb we yn\l
ourselves at t disadvantage.   Hpip
state of affiirt mutt bave a fatal tttpb
upon tbe unify of tbo Britiab tmpiti
THE THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY
The Theosopbical Society meets in
North Vancouver in Room 16, Aberdeen
Block (over Ibe post office) every Wednesday evening al li u'clock Attendance is entirely free and carries no
obligations whatever. Yuu arc invited.
Thcotophicul study mul questions,     tf
CHRISTMAS
PriV(ier3
Gretfncouver
Cftr?____________
for
chitER, Ltd.
and/ -
New
227;
^nths.
Largo   Books of
from.
Prlcei from $1.26 ¥'00
wltb your,o>u uiionths
OBDEB EAh
ment at favil «,    ,
North Shor Vancouver
NORTH VANCOIA
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FOR SALE-DISTRICT LOT
Portions of Blocks 2,3,4,11,12,13 ant 147 ft
All of these blocks, together with Street and Road Allowances, are cleared and grubbed.  ™\
This Property is contained within the East Capilano Water Area of the District
\
of North Vancouver, and easy access is obtained by the Capilano Branch of the B. C.
Electric Ry. Co., which operates a twenty minute service connecting with all Ferries.
/id 550
acres.
«r acre
This is absolutely the Best Buy in North Vancouver to-day
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For Full Particulars, Prices and Termi. apply to
THE LONSDALE ESTATE
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Phone Seymour 2838 525-6 Winch Bldg, Vancouver, Bt. mmmm
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Nitv
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Inerejuj
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l»itle,,    ,.
solicit the (rode of all builders who appreciate
Grade Goodi At ft moderate pncp, and tfos
rnm^ And e»re(y! filling of orders, which our \mi.
And long experience in business makes possible
Sash & Door Factory, Ltd.
OEQRGE ST, NORTH VANCOUVBJt
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CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAPG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Friday*
III IIIIITH  STAIII'ij-
THE GEO. H> BEWITT Cq.
Manufacturers
rltnuii. iiiiBiiFiii mm -
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Yorkshire Guarantee $ Securities
Corporation, Limited
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES   MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houljjutc Manager
Hlv-Tll ll.l.VI'S.
All Nortb Vancouver people eat al
LEONARDS'
I'-itIh-i Flack lllock or Baiting! St.,
opposite tbe new poit office. Leonard
sells hii tea by tbe pound.
Sunday School Lesson
Tilt tfotinilitlon of tin Second Vprnm
WW,
it tbore eyer was a tlnio when tbt
Jews miglit bave felt exouitd from
elebrtting tbe Feast of Tabernacles,
tbit Wta it. Thoy bid earneil 1 rest
after their juorney from Babylon.
They were busy building homes tnd
fencing Mollis. Ooing up to Jerusalem
Would excite tbe suspicion of tbeir
foci. Then, there was no temple on
Zimi yet. All these well-turned arguments could lm used by the conservative! against the call to observe the
feast. Tbe gains of the exile tre evident in the quick tnd cheerful obedience on the part of the people to tbe
call of Ood. . . When tbe feast-
time comes the people are in Jerusalem, under leadership of prince and
priest. There waa nothing in eight to
mako them joyous. All to the contrary. On tint spot once, gold wai
as atones and cedar as lyca'morei. Yet
in spite of all, a joyous thanksgiving
sl.ss is spent amid the ruins. , How
was the triumph achieved! If they
bad come separately tbe desolation
might have ovorpowered tbem. i But
iu union thero was strength to resist
the un,limn gloom ot tho place. They
gather themselves together aa one
man. Tbey resume ihe morning and
evening ritual. Thus they aro nlile to
observe their national thanksgiving
duy in spito of the unfriediliett of environments. . They go from strength
to strength, ovcry one of them iu
T'.nsn. They hud thomselves heartened
even to undertake the task of rebuilding the temple, They give ou(' tbe
contracts ami set forwent Iho workmen. Moon there is rejoicing over the
completion of Hie foundation. Trumpet and cymbal, rcspousive choirs, tnd
thu loud acclaim of all the people
make a praiseful torrent that breaks 111
joyous reverlicrutious upou,tbe Jordan
hills afar.
Tbe Teacnor's Lantern
It is the evidence of the divinity of
religion that makes oue superior to his
environment, it makes a thanksgiving
day amid ruins possible, lu a world
where we are subject to the loss of
friends ni.-I property a religion tbut
can keep one serene in mind ami oven
suffuse a quiet joy is a religion exactly suited lo human need.
The foundation of the old altar wai
diligently upuglit for in tho debris,
Tb|t WSS dont tbtt tbtrt might bt a
standing witness thtt tbe religion tbt
exiles brought with them from Btbyt
Ion was the samo old faith of tho'
fathers. The advantages of congregational worship are here apparent. Its
gains art immense, It cannot'be dispensed with. A place for congregt;
tional worship is indispensable. Out
of the material Zion of brick Bnd mortar God niiineii. lie who builds or
rebuilds a bouse for Ood does one of
tbt noblest possible things. Tbe lower semi-tone raised by those wbo remembered tbe Srst bouse and saw the
inevitable disparity was natural. Even
Herod'1 luxurious garniture could not
compensate for tbe absence of tbe ark
the temple's very hetrt. Tn tbis
plain and ill-furnished sanctuary ilml
would fain lead his peoplo from symbol to lubitanee. Haggai tnd Zecpr-
ith were the patriotic loaders of the
dty, encouraging the people in a task
beyond tbe means at their command.
This epoch is typical of al) reform
periods. It had ita light and shade,
its progress and delay. This aucient
page teems with suggestions for today. Temperance advocates, civic
reformers, peace promoters, and many
others may here find encouragement
ami guidance. "Tbo peoplo shouted
with a great shout." Tin:, was not ou
the program. It was a spontaneous
amen injected into the ritual, Thero
is healthfulness in a genuino exprcs
sion of approval, or tbo contrary. Tbo
olil.'swept' because of tbji di.-.pumy. The
young shoUted became, a now era was
opening. The narrative is true to .Oriental demoustrativeuess. The benefits
of tbe exile Wore purification of worship, exultation of tho Scripture, riso
of sacred music, religious and political
independence. Such gaius were worth
seventy years of exile.
Young People's Dtvotional Service-
October 82, 19U. Jeremiah 13:1-10;
Matthew 22:16-22.
It is said that nluetouths of all wo
know comes to us through the eye.
Object lessons, therefore have a high
pedagogic value. Of all tbo propbeta
Jeremiah seemed to understand the
priuciple best and make tbe most frequent use of it. Witnesi—the buried
girdle, the basket of figs, the potter'i
vessel and others. Truth conveyed in
tbis way arrests attention, provoke!
thought and is rarely forgotten.
,«,-
"V^L ELECTION ACT
whom
From (J
40ND ELECTORAL   DISTRICT
i'|( I have received objections in wilting to the reten-
(„i,,iiiii is on the Register ot Voters (or Richmond Elec-
'ui-ounds stated below:
ui,„i,, ijll'T thai at a Court   of   Revision   to   be held   on   Ihe
Miacellaueoui '"r,   1911, ot  the Clly   Hall.   North   Vaneouver,   B.   C,
1   ..,,  xk In the forenoon.  I sliull heur und determine Iho
mm   ,-ss such iii.iii.-d person of some other Provincial Vot-
II,  11 j    11, .s me lhat uu. Is objections arc not well founded, 1
' ort the aald Rcgiiter.
„..iissiiivi-r IhU ninth day of October, 1911. '
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
I, I Reglitrur of Volers.
Tang!      . Tanu. ,
,        ■ plicia are reported absent from the Dlalrlct:
Anything more    ,  J Place
Canadian locomoti
able,   if I hud tl
.'d 1,
inn. 1,. 1   ti. Vuncouver.
Nelson  Isluml.
T'siis   .\.vim,.   ;;   Vancouver.
Bowen  Island
Vancouver.
.. .fo 11.i,li Creek
'  ""~    North   Vaneouver.
ut   0/' L.>n.n..Valley,   B.
lepoiltj,
eorge
■si sU'nrr
''../"Henry
.l.ynn  >
Si 'll'  II
.Nortli Vancouver.
Hlllcrest  P. 0.
U.
cumulation  I
1
poem on il. as Ed
did on a similar st,
tullylo„g,l.yitbl:rMOnry..::Sur.h-V.neouve
bidden   farewell   tk "jitf ".'. \ flWNSfcSK *~
struggled through ti j\\\\]>\\\';;:&!*£?&..
tlirnuuli Mm ..mo..; '/tb Aye, 8. Vancouver.
iiirougu ine street! ,,    North Vancouver.
ile.l luu-iruiii. ai  tuJu>™»  HO" Avenue. Hlllcrsit.
11 "WKl tt  tgIT   Remold   ..North Vaneouver.
iii'riiuiluil'ii,. 1 •till "pliant  Norlh Vancouver.
ptramiiuiai-.il still. E(J Nurth Vancouver.
ut a ri'.lmi.isiii   >>,4l'""Jr   Nortli Vancouver.
» restaurant  ic Wulson   „,„.,„ Vancouver.
....Bquamlih.
 North Vancouver.
—Norlh Vancouver.
.26ib and Fraier Avenue, Vancouvar.
■F.
Armour
civilized and uncivj,
reprtwntttj, and 1114   j'
Montreal and l.^i:;::: ;'.»'vLcouver.
•wM*»v.:.:::::;:::::|KWW
hard, despite tbe David  Squamlsh.
wai    indulging  it' et'Jwart '
abrupt stoppage!, U^™
"imiis during   the nt T. ..
S'loaiulsli
. .North Vancouver.
..South Vancouver
..North Vancouver.
. S1111 >. ml III
..Horne Road, ti  Vancouvar.
..North Vancouvei.
omai  Norlb Vancouver.
26th Street. North Vancouver.
:    Norlh Vancouver.
I'.'i'll.iiiu Canyon.
 North Vancouver.
id Victor    Si, im in 1 sb
fpUl  2(0—26th Avenue Eaat.
luniio   ....EH l.ul fo. Lot 391, 3I>.
 South Vuncouver.
   North Vancouver.
inuid P North Vancouver.
wli   Soulh Vuncouver.
I..im 1- Henry      .North  Arm  Road.
John   K.   .... lith and  West Avenue.
Nortb Vancouver.
-  -'9
ernes   Howe Sound
.    Fl'
.et'ol„
, Derraugh.jAlvx. Kosiet  South Vancouver
Dingle. K/e'l Qaorya NoiMh Vancouver.
Donkln, Fred  Norlh Vaneouver. ,
Donohue, Moie F Norlh Vancouver.
In uiiiir»iiii. Robert HuaTi  Souumlsh.
Duke.  William  Daliell    Hotel Norlh Vuncouver.
Dwuii, Joseph    Lynn   Vallev.
Erhorii. Louie W South Vaneouver.
FoiIijiIiikIiiiih. William  North Vuncouver.
Fox. Curge T North yancouver.
Fraaer. Donald   North Vancouyer.
Fraier, Thomes Melvln  Qlbson's Landing.
Froud,   Fret Soulh  Vancouver.
Frymlre, (Conrad H North Vancouver.
Fuller, Henry Wllloughby  ..North Vancouver.
Funnel), Samuel    Soulh Vancouver.
Fyrtc. Thomaa B Korth Vancouver.
(lalbi'iillb, -David, D Bowen liluml
Qanlner,  Bertie (Tiarlei   Noriji Vancouvor.
Ouili-y,  Ernest     ,,, .Bquamlih.
Olbbsm, Alan Howard  North Vancouver.
milieu.  John   Harris    SqUamlab.
Onu'l. Holniond   Squamlsh.
Oould.  Cbarlei  A Lynn Valley.
graham.   Archie    Lynn  Valley.
(Jrcenard. Qreujt  '■ Soulh Vancouver.
Orlinei, Henry  lohn    Soulh Vancouvei-.
Henry, lohn Rofla   Soulh  Vancouver.
Hlckey,   Peter    Squamlih.
IIIkkIm, lohn lamel  South Vancouver.
Tllll, SylvaiUr E North Arm Road.
looger,  lohn    Vancouver.
1S83.
1898.
1962.
1891.
1972.
1978.
199S.
2001.
2003.
2001
2012.
2047.
2087.
2088.
2094.
21117.
2179.
1192.
2224.
2310.
2323.
2331
2336.
2844.
2362.
2379.
2397.
2398.
2400.
2410
2420.
1422.
2432.
2461.
2498.
2606.
2633.
,3661.
2672.
2676.
1101.
2604.
3821.
2623.
2633.
2S64.
2673.
2726.
2744
2766.
2789.
2129.
2817.
2916
2940.
2960.
!!!!:
2914.
8014.
2031.
3061.
3177.
2114,
3220.
3231.
3232
2239.
3246.
3249.
3262.
3267.
3296. >
3316.
3320.
3338.
3339.
3810.
3833.
1
1370.
877.
284.
166.
111.
678.
3686.
3638.
8700.
3706.
3717.
3737.
2712.
47*7.
3804!
Larger. Currlll  Lynn Valley.
Lawson.   David North Vancouver
Luckwood,  Ed. Carroll    17th street near Main atrcet
Low, William  North  Vancouver
Lounsbury, Wllllum Elmer ..Lynn Valley.
Loutet,   William    North Vancouver
Miiiilll.  Arthur   Bquamlih.
Magee, Charlea Weiley  Squumlah.
Mugee. Junius Douglui  Squamlsh.
Magee. Walter E Squamlih.
Mallcy, Thomaa William    North Vancouver.
Martin. Thomas Alexander  ..Norlb Vancouver.
Meek, Charles Allan    North  Vuncouver.
Meek, Albert Richard  Hlllcrest P 0'
Mercer, Benjamin  River Road, Burnaby.
Mllllgan.  John Central Park.
Moore. Wllljinn  Soulh ^ ancouver.
Morgan; Frid Wlncheater ...South Vancouver.
M mn o. William Henry   Howe  Bound
McCardle, Arthur Jamea  North Vancouver.
MtClure, W. J Brackendale.
McConnell, Jamea l)ulnton ...Squamlih.
-7. j nil.,. 1,   John Henry  Squamlih.
McDonald. Allan Orr   Central Park.'
McDonald.  Duncan    '..Lynn valley.
Mi li.,un.ill    1 li    Howe Bound.
M' i-',111.U.. i'i..ni.     Central  Park.
Mi-1-'.. 11.1,1    Oeorge    Central   Park.
McQIashan, Charles Newton ..South Vancouver.
McQregor, Dougall    Main itreet, near 27th.
Mcintosh.  Alex Bquamlih.
Mcintosh, Jamea F 16th Ave. and Welt. Road, Vancouver
McKay, Adam L Central Park
McKlni. William Charlci ....Lynn Valley.
Mi Milium Laughlln  Norlh Vancouver.
McNunghlon, Robert Y South Vancouver.
Neute,  Stephen   Richmond   ..North  Vancouver.
Newman. Qeorge   North  Vancouver.
Noel, John   Upper Squamlih.
Norrli, Robert   Lynn Valley.
Oioen, Samuel    Squamlih.
O'Donoghue,   John    North Vancouver.
Paddy. Qeorge    Squamlih.
Palnton,  Qeorge   Reld    Bquamlih.
Parker, William   ...Cedar Cottage.
Pattenon.   William    Lynn Valley.
Pearson. John T Epworth.
Plcton-Warlow, Allck John ..North Vancouver.
Porter, Charlci  Lot 9, Ward  2. Maplewood.
Porter, William John  North Vancouver.
Pryce, Carl A. R North  Vancouver,
Redmond,  Jamea    Rice Lake.
Robert!. Arthur Moody  iNorth Vancouver.
Robertion. Albert Fred  Nortb Vancouver.
Roger. David  , North Vancouver.
Rolslon,  George    Lynn  Valley,
Rose, John Buchar  North Vancouver.
Row, Robt. Qordon  North Vancouver, ,'
Roy, Antonle  Squamlih. V   -.-A
Saunden, Edward Otto  South Vaueouver. ^-—'   \
Scherf,   Amoa    Moodyvllle
Scoll, Tbomai Turner    8quamlih. ,        )
Smllh, James Albert  ....... South Vancouver.
Smith. Lewis Leffoid   Central Park.
Borrell, Walter   Bquamlih.
Bpcnee. Stepnen Harold   North  Vancouver.
Spllibury, Benjamin   Ward   ..North  Vaneouver.
Squire, Reglnuld If J Barnvt.
siiiuiTei. I'liesiii  Henry ......North Vancouver.
StaulTer.   John    ,,tipper Squamlih
Stephen. Alexander   Squamlih
Sicphcni. Stanley  North  Vancouver.
Stlfl.  A '•
Tbe
III:
I
lorne,
awarl,
Manning
llon'l Lending
.uth Vancouver,
louth Vancouver.
OUtfa Vancouver,
louth Va*coor<r-
">nco»»ir.
Arihur   iNorth  Vancouver.
Stuart, Victor   ..Moodyvllle.
Sullivan,  John    ". ..North Vancouver
Bweetcn. Emerson Allan '....North Vancouver.
Sv.e,i 11,.in. Frank  Soulh Vancouver. 1
Sweei,nun, Wllllum Charlea ..Snulh Vancouver.
Sutton, William Qeorge  Q aditone.
Tabor, Clement Hlllcrest   P.  O
Taylor, Qeoigc William  North   Vancouver j
Taylor, John   North Voncouver,
Tuylor, John    Ceiilrul   Park.
Telfer,  Walter    South   Vuncouver.
Train, Adam Calrni  Lynn Valley.
Turner. Donald  Moodyvllle.
Ward. Cecil Jertrlea  Centra) Park.
Wining,  Artbur   , North Voncouver.
Wetherull, Jamci D South Vancouver,
Wllllums. Hi es),am Britten ..Norlb Vancouver.
Wllllami. John   Moodyvllle.
Willis, Tbomai 8outh Voncouver.
Wllioi), Oigoode    ',1'pper Squomlih.
Wiltshire,  Francli John   ....Bodwell Road, Hlllcreit.
Woodhousii Henry Jamei  .(.Moodyvllle.
Woodi. Chiii-ies  Moodyvllle.
Wright, John  Bquamlih.
following perioni are reported deccuied:
sNiiiuc. Place.
liiiliiiiiln   John Walker  North Vancouver
Baxter. Patrick  North  Vancouver.'
gi'll. Andrew Duncan  South Vancouver,
urge, William Charlei  South Vtncouver.'
Cole. Oeorjfa Henry  South Vancouver,
Croftl, 3enp Churlei ThuntonNorth  Vincouver.
:)ay. Frittrlck B North Vancouver.
■)ownei.   John   ....,-..,.'..,, .North Vancouver.
-Hi. Evan  .ftdar cft&ie. yancouver.
.der. Dantwaddill ........North Vincouver
'-Ider, Jataii  ,....   North Vtncouver.
rowlar, twee JforthoiJte ...Kpwortb.
rothirlnghajii. William  North Vancouver.
lanowill. John Angui  North Vancouver.
: anowili, William    Norlh  Vahcouver.
 Central Park.
Kpwortb.
Vancouver,
gambler Iiland.
yiwouver.
Ontario Strait,
'Mmim...
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Half Price Sale
In order to make f complete clean-up of all summer
lines And thn« make room for the new fall w4ih Mwdy
invoiced, we will tell for \ll\l P«ce ihe undermentioned
item*.
$3.00 Ladies'Wash Suits, white and colors, sale  $2>M
$7.50 Ladies' Wash Suits, white- and colors; sale $3.75
Sizes 34, 36 and 38 only.
Boy'i and Girl's Summer H*>M> tfifmit price 25c to
$IOqi,ale    Z HAIIfWCE
Ladies'Lawn Waists, slightly soiled; a large variety of
patterns; HALF PRICE   ,
Ladies' and Girl's Parasols, ranging from 25c in Girl's and
$100 in Ladies'   sale  HALF PRICE
Boy's Wash Suiu, .ale THIRD OFF
Gent's fyaw Hats ; HALF PRICE
Gent's Summer Vests HALF PRICE
J. J. McALEECE
91-95 LONSDALE AVENUE      PHONE 93
CAPILANO CAR TERMINUS
mm——. s s     ■■——_—       iii.i    ——>■_—->—-"^       i
117e have a few splendid building lots, each 49x139 feet,
within 5 minutes from the Car terminus and School.
Two splendid roads to the property, and near the Capilano
River. Price $500 each, Corner* $600. One-third cash,
6 and 12 months. These are excellent residential lots, and a
investment.
——————^——
John Alexander & Co.
Ill LONSDALE AVE, NORTH VANCOUVER
LONSDALE AVE.
33 X  130 c'0,e t0 c''y boundary
$1650
$550 Cash; 6, 12 and 16 months
JACK LOUTET & CO.
213 Lonidale Ave. Tel. 47
Cor. Nye Si. Te). 87
FOR SALE
300 Feet of Waterfrontage with crown
grant, known u
Wallace Shipyardi.
termi to suit purchaser.   Apply
H. H. DEVINE,
Seymour St.
Vancouver
COAL
Direct from mines, 500 tons
New Wellington Lump now
on hand. We strongly advise consumers to get in a
supply before the rain comes.
Prompt delivery guaranteed.
Phone 178 for prices.
North Vancouver Coal &
Supply Co,, UA,
56 Lonsdale Avenue.
mmwammmm    11     ni.
PUBLIC HIGHWAYS
ProyiaM ol British f'olumbil
NOTICK ii hereby ffiv_. that nil pul*
lie Highway! is unorgMiicd diitticii
aad ill Mlin Trunk Roidi in orginu-
ed  Diitrict! ore iiity-iii bet   widi,
ind btv* 1 width of thirty-tint lut
00 each lido ol tho mess straight ettt
tro lint ol thi travelled road.
, THOMAS TAYWB,
Miaiitcr oi Publio Worki.
Depirtuumt ol Publio Worki,
Victoria, B. C, July Tth, 1911.H-I0
N. V. WOODYARD
10,000 cordi of dry fir wood for cwick
ttit. Price ptr odd cords, $4.50.
Special quotitioM for larger otian-
mwMm'
Qfo »d Ywd-M* »nd LwWl
1 ' =="
MITKK.
MOTICK li hereby Klven (hit application will be made lu the Parliament of 1'uiiiiiIu at the next leulon
iln'ii-iif tor an act tu Incorporate a
1 "iiii'.iir. under Ihe name ol the North
Arm Bridge & Hullwuy Company, wilh
Power to lay oul. comtruct, operate,
inulnluhi and um.- u tirldue acrou the
North Attn ol Burrurd Inlet Irom a
point on the inshore commonly known
aa the Turtle'! Head to a point on the
welt ihore ot J.ot 575, directly norlh of
the island known a! White Itoi'k. tin. h
brldac to be both for fool paasenjtorl.
carrlairea, alreet railway and railway
purpoiei wltb tbe neceuary approaches, and with power to connect
tho aald brldac wilh ciIsiIiik and
future line! of itreet railway and railway and for tbe purpose! of connecting
with the laid itreet railway! and railway! to lay out, conilruct, and op<
erate one or more line! of railway!
oot exctidlOK ten mllei In length.
And with power to conilruct. eiiulp,
iniilniijlii and operate a line ur line si
of railway from lome point on l*t lei
at the end of tbe Canadian Paclrlo
Railway Company'! branch line from
Port Moody, and following the north
More of Burrard Inlet lo a point In
Ihi City or North Vancouver Or to
connect with any railway that li or
mly be constructed on tbe . north
shore of Burrard Inlet.
And for the purposes of ltl undertaking to acoulre and develop Water,
electric or other power or energy, ana
tb erect line! for the transmission of
toe aane and to transmit ana deliver
tbe iame to any place In tbe clilei or
raunlclpallllei through Which tbe
work! of Ihe company are authorlied
to be built.and to receive. Iranirorm,
tranimlt. dlitrlbute ana lupply
ower
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$1 prweek
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Sue tlio ''panada's Pride
Malleabli Biugo sold ou
tlio uliovo low terms, witb
or withput liqt water cop-
iiectippn.
AgppVt for' the I'tloa-
irch Milleable" tbe atay-
satisfactory range. Wood
mil coal heaters ranging
ity'from, fJMJQ to 118.00
Agenti for Shield, Brand Building Papers, B&pcp Pure
P«ntif OiJMnd VufwdiHr
Patterion, Goldie & Clark
Phone M.   , ESPLANADE W&SL
1
tmmmmwmorm
THE MAN WHO
COMES TO LOOK
receivm the iame glad welcome here
as he mnn who coftiei to buy, our
primary object at thii time being to
acquaint the men of North Vancouver
with tho advantage! in quality, service
and price, to be exclusively obtained
at th» !tpre.
We don't expect to sell you goodi
before you know us, our goodi and
our business methods,  so  we invite   .
you to call;   "Snoop around" a bit
and get acqainted.
CUMMING
QUALITY CLOTHIER      113 LONSDALE AVF.
________
onery
Highest Quality Handmade Bread
HOMEMADE  LOAVE8,  PAN I.OAVE8, PBENCH LOAVES, Etc
Dcllvory to all parti ot  the city.
PIES, CAKES, PA8TBY OP ALL KINDS MADE FBE8H DAILY.
Special attention given all orders from patrons.
Pioneer ConlectioneryLTX1
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd.
(LONDON. ENGLAND)
ASSETS! $94,900,000
Soil Agist
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC.      16 LONSDALE AVENUE
Af reemenli and Contract! drawn        p, ... General
ot erarjr description rHOne  IJI       Conrajrancini
NOBTH VANCOUVEB CITY FEBBIES, LIMITED
TIME TABLE
TAKING EFFECT MAY FIRST, 1911
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Leavi Vaacouver IM a.m. and
tbeWter every 30 minutei until
7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.30 p.m.
every 30 minutei until li,80 p.m.
Iherealter 13.11! and 1.00 a.m.
WEEK DAYS
Leave Nortb Vancouver 6.00 a.m.
and thereafter every 30 minutei until 7.00 p.m. Commencing IM P-
m. every 30 minutei until 11.00 p.
m. thereafter 11.41! and 13.46 a.m.
SUWDAY8
Leave Vaneouver 7.40, 8.31) «nd
9.00 teereeltef iame ai weekdayi.
Leave North Vancouver 7.30, 6.00
and 8.40, tWeefter iame ai Weekdayi.
PASSENGER BATES
Single fare Eo, 6 (or 36c, 30 (or fl, 70 lor f3.
A-Lumber wagoni, truoka and
draya, 76c return.
IM) faorae eipreei aarriairoi and
baoki, 60o return.
C—1 korae eiprtaa buggiei aad
autge, 36o returp.
Timi-taMo lutyeot to obi
Company not Ii»Wi tor
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VI'MICLE KATf.8
Ail the above ratea include driver. Batei A and B lubject to 30
per oint. diacoupl is loll ol 60.
FBBIGHT TABJFF
Per 100 Ibi. rate, to.
¥>J»>~V» rate, lOe.
i witb out Csotioe,
lap, aocidental ot otinrwiw.
i ■!'. mmsmamnmnmnmmmnymmmmm
mtitom nf o IfOndOB V«r flpp*
It il intuiting to mile iiiiiii! t'lifts
relating in ^migration rrom tho Unif-
eil Ppgctoip an mt forth in a Loiuloii
yuar book (of \fU, Jt peei)- Iipjilly
lie liid tbpt Canada duripg thp last
ten y*m mm Mn the propiipt nog-
wt tp tpt pi British immigfwti Vm
bpeu cpnuprppil. Year by yepf the
outflux han steadily inceascil ami it is
ni;'ii'ii that a 1'iiriin'i' iiiiuiii is antipi-
pated. The appended table given the
number oh British immigrants from
the United Kigtlpm during tbe last
decade;
1800 ..i. i     71,181}
1801     78,9)11
1808     101,547
8  147,087
1804  . 130,864
1806   138,866
1906  194,671
1807 :..   236,088
P°        81,161)
190|)      199,8831
191*1 (to end of August)      151,:
The decline in 1808 followed- tbe
American financial crisis, but there bai
since been a great revival, and for the
iimt eight iniinilni of 1910 the figurei
wore already higher limn the total fpr
1808. The majority of British 'immi'
grluts now proceed to British possessions. In the ten years, 1880-1889, ouly
38 per cent, went to tbe colonies, but
in the next ten years, 1900-1808, tbis
proportion hud increased to 53 per
cent. '
The followiug table gives tbe destinations of the majority, of the British
emigrants in tbe past twelve years;
Canada
1900     7803 .
1806    62603
1808  '8128.'!
1807  117525 .
1808 ..... 41455
1808   62378 .
1810(8 inn:,) 114279
Australia II. S.
. 6250 ... 47,878
.. 7251 ... 60887
.. 9820 ... 85841
. 13896 ... 99,844
.. 20423 ... 81461
. 25208 ... 66,377
.. 14040 ... 40487
In uddition a very large number of
foreigners pass through England as
"transmigrants." This trafiic gives
rise to the frequent c6mplaint that tbo
alien hordes" arc settling in England, hut the last report on the Aliens
Act slates definitely that the trans-
migrants leave England and tbe shipping companies arc uuder bond to sec
lo this with regard to the great ma-
jority of Ihem. The following tabic
gives Ihe number of foreign emigrants
leaving the United Kingdom;
SJ\       *! ll
on 0   0 0   0
e- to       t> 0       t< o
.'11)454  ... 20080 ... 60041
20905 ... 87265 ...110514
16328 ...115771 ...193878
13654  ... 94870 ...108857
11514  ... 98363 ... 47687
14639  ... 58554 ... 73360
42,033 ... 59171
191)11
U06
woe
1807
1908
1909
1910(8 mos) 18552
The total is greater lhau the combined figure for the British colonic!
and tbe Uuitcd Slatci, the difference
representing the emigration lo other
countries. The figures given for 1908
do not represent emigration but a return of emigrants to thoir native countries (following tho financial panic)
via the 1'nilcd Kingdom. It will be
noted that the vast majority of Ihe foreign emigrants proceed toShe Uniitcd
States and tbat the number making for
the Britiib colonies has declined to a
oiisiderablc eitent.
Damnation of Immigrant!
Tho United Stales li the land wbicb
attract! tbe largest number of immigrant! and in tbo pait iii yean tbe
number bai four limes bees over a
million. The financial panic brought
down the figure from 1,886,848 in the
year ending June 30th, 1607, to Iti,-
870 in 1808, and to 761,786 in 1808,
but en June SOtb, 1910, the million
wai again topped, the total being ),•
041,670.
The Argentine ii attracting an in
creasing number of emigrant!, tbo litest figurei obtainable showing that
265,710 arrived in 1806, compared witb
64,442 ten yean proviouily. The number of emigrant! to Brazil has tins'
lualed couiiderably; in 1889 Ihere were
65,130, in 1800 only 29,121; in 1808
Ilie figure was 67,787. Emigration into Hie Hrilish colonics-JiBs made great
strides, Ihe tolaii of all uationalitiei
being, as follows in 1900, 1908, 1909:
Cauada     Australia     N. Z,
1900   44697 ... ... 18601
1908  282469 ... 72208 ... 36108
1808  146908 ... ... 44878
A very large number of immigrant!
to Canada are United States citizens;
in 1809 (be number was 69,926.
Builden ud Conlractorf
Ail new houses ihould be
piped (or gas in order lo
save the heavy expenditure
for tins convenience al t
later dale.
N. V.' LICHT, HEAT ANR
PQWER COMPANY. LTD.
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fl We have just received a large new stock of Carpet
Squares and Rug» imported direct, which we will sell
at prices that cannot be beat.
fl We especially invite the public to visit our Parlor
Furniture and Carpet Department upstairs.
The Home Furnishers
128 Lonsdale Ave. North Vancouver
Mahon, McFarland & Procter, Ltd.
GRAND BOULEVARD
CLEARED 50 ft. Lott in Blocks 226 and 227;
$900 and $1000      1-4 cash, 6,12,18 months.
50 ft. LoU in Blocks 230 and 232a; $650, $700
and $800 1-4 cash, 6, 12 and 18 months
Phone 6286 -   - 543 Pender Street, Vancouver
North Vancouver Gity
	
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 mnullis.
ACREAGE in District LoU 546 and 550
In Blocks of from One to Four or more acres.
PRICES: from $2000 to $3250 per acre
TERMS: 1 -4 Cash, Bal. 6,12,18 & 24 months
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Tht Grand Boulevard extends through Ihis property
KM FUNS, met. m AMD PAMICUMM, APPLY TO
The North Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company, _X
S43 PENDER ST. Efe_« VANCOUVER, B, C "Vi
Extensive Additions to
our.Plant, place us in
position to execute any
and all lands of printing
at reasonable prices and
promptly. Phone your
next order to Eight-Oh.
.
NORTH (HOKE PRESS, LIMITED,
nUt STREET, NORTH VANCOUVER
the yy north1mtt^^tt, j C.
Tk« regular Thursday afternoon
mooting of \ht Boaril of Direotors waa
iloferred  until thii afternoon.
Invitations hive boon issued for a
Thanksgiving bull umlnr tho auspice!
of the I, 0, 6, V, in the Horticultural
hall on Monday evening, Oct. 'Mb.
A meeting of the Board of Police
Commissioners will bi held as quickly
aa ran he arranged, There are a num.
bar of questions which require to be
ilisi'iiviirml.
The I'lmtli'liall of the Knights of
Pythias on the corner of Fourth itreet
ami Chesterfield Avenue is eipected
to be ready for occupancy about Nov.
lit.
The North Vancouver hockey club
will oppose the British public school's
team ou Saturday at il o'clock on thi
Boulevard grounds. Thpaa wbo wish tp
follow a good game ahould make a
note accordingly.
The regular meetings of the district
council are now to be held fortnightly
lu accordance with a resolution pasa-
ed at their last assembly. The first
meeting iu the new routine will take
place next week in the municipal hall,
in Lynn Valley. .
The headquarters of tbe district
council are now located in tbe new mu
niiipal lmii on the corner of l.yuu Val
ley road and Fromme road. The offire
staff took possession of tha new building on Tuesday and will doubtless find
it iu noiigenial contrast to their old Inadequate quarters on the Kspianade.
Two men, John Wagner and Joseph
Cook, wore this morning at tbi city
hall charged with having stolen some
old fittings from tbe HM. Albion, Tbey
were arrested by the Vancouver police.
Magistrate Kealy remanded tbo case
until tomorrow morning.
The editor is in receipt of a letter
signed "A Victim" protesting
agalust the closing of the stamp wick
at during the sorting of mail at tbe
local post ntlii'i'. While the editor is
iu sympathy with the sentiments of
tbe writer he can only reiterate tha
statement tbat letters are not received for publication in the Eipress unless duly signed by thi writer.
Ths B. V. P. IJ. of the First Baptist church, 6th street aud Bt. George's
Ave., announce tbat on Monday evening, Ort i-itil, at t> o'clock tbey will
give au "evening witb Tennyson" to
whlih all ara most cordially invited.
A splendid program of music, recitations, etc., has been arranged and au
enjoyable literary treat aa well as a
pleasant social evening is assured. The
young people ire anticipating a crowd
ed house.
COLOSSAL   SCHEME    OF    TEAN8
POfiTATION    TERMINALS.
Will ElCll- Fraier Blvsr Sandhaadi
Twslvi MUm of Wharfage Bpaci-
Eiyendltan Of Many Million Dollars.
One of the most stupendous schemes
wbicb hai yet ippeared in transportation circles on tbe lower mainland waa
made public this week wben it wai in-
nounoad by Mr. C. F. I'retty of Vin-
.■ouver, prujdiat and manager of tbi
Vincouver Hirbor ind Dock Extension
Company, that Hrilish and local capital bad been subacribid to carry out a
u. heme wbicb whin completed, will coit
•pproiimately twenty million! of dollar!. Briefly stated, the plan is to litem thi Fraier river aandbeadi and
to establish a great lyitim of railway
fraigbt terminals, and karbor facilities.
For tbii purpose ths entire western
and of Lulu Island is either purchased
or under optiou aa will as the outer
.ii'l of Sea Island.
Beyond the western end of Lulu
lilaad stretch the eitenslve aamlheads
formed by tbe Fmer river ind the
company has aieertained throogh actual engineering investigation! tbat
tban ii in area of seven square miles
or of 7,iw<i itcen wbicb can he reclaim
e,| and made to present ideal facilities
for railway and ocean shipping. It li
the intention to build a eur.ing breakwater of concrete filled iu witb saud
entirely iround the outer end of Luln
Inland. Thl basin will be dredged to
t depth of ten fait for tbe acommo
datiou of small craft.
Farther io there will he a deep tea
wharfage basin wltb a depth of 34
feet, a length of about 8/WO feat and
width of itit. Another basin to
wbicb estraace will be available from
Uu south or main channel of tbi Fra-1
etr li provided for with a depth of
tt tm, a length of UM tm aad JIV)
tntt wide. Coaaectiag thi main chan-
Ml of tbe Fraeer with the north arm
efaeanel at a point about tba preeent
WteUrly ebon' line of Lulu Iilsud,
tbere wijl be a serin of thru cenali
about MO feet wide, which besides af
lording additional wharfaga for smaller weft, tre alao designed to minim-
lie wbat lltUi tm ettloi there will
M thm.
Ceaneetlag wltb tkeie wharves an
inMitit eyetom et freight trackage
e*< tenUaeU hea twee laid oat, wWie
CenwiJtotarM
Tlio department of agriculture mMe
publio tbis weak the detailed state,
mint tt tin returns of (hp mount can-
IHI, Tho figurei show a population pf
ljtt],W9 for G»iis.i|». as compared wlft
(1,871,1118 In 1IIUI, pp increase of },•
710,884, It was estimated that tho
population of Canada would ba about
8,000,00(1,
Ai eompirpd with tho Ipmpum   pf
POplllptlOn ip  1801,   HUM   sles-nds:  lis.lliv.i
pit satisfactory, In ten years preceding 1001, Canada's population increased by only 888,070. As compared witb
this the Increase of i,iin,.">r>-i in the
past ten years U large, but hot nearly
so satisfactorily as expected. Of tbo
provinces, (Saskatchewan shows the
largest ratio of increase, having jumped in population from 01,870 to UD',-
808, while Alberta comes second with
gp increase of from 73,033 to 878,010
In the dpcade. Tba province of Quebec shows an increase ill population of
JB1,7ti!i, while Outario has increased
by 1130,068, British Columbia by W,-
108 aud Manitoba by 'H2,-imi. fba
provinces down by tbe sea have all
fallen away in population, Nova Bcotia
showing a decline of 2,373, New Brunswick 7,788 and Prince Kdward Island
10,537.
Montreal shows the largest increase
of population of any city in tbe Dominion, ami continues to maintain its
position as the most metropolitan centre. The total population of that citj
is 406,107 'as against 287,730 ten years
ago, an increase of 108,407. Including
Westmoupt, Maisonneuve ami Verdun,
Montreal has a population of 510,1111,
or a considerable margin over half a
million mark. Toronto is secoud,
growing from 208,048 to 370,240 in
1011, increase of 108,200. Vancouver
jumped iu population from 27,010 to
100,333, and Winnipeg from 42,340 to
135,430, an increase of 05,000; the population of Halifax is 48,032, an increase of 6,240 in the decade.
The unit of representation which il
arrived at by dividing the population
of Quebec by 66, the representation
flied for it by the B. N. A. Act ii
80,780.
On this basis the representation of
British Columbia in the House of Commons will iuerease from 7 to 13 members, Alberta from 7 to 12, .Saskatchewan from 10 to 15.
On tba other hand representation of
Ontario will drop from 86 to 83, New
Brunswick from 13 to 11, Nova (Scotia
from lh to 16 ami 1'rince Kdwird Island from 4 to 3.
Tbe next parliament will contain
232 members, an increase of 11 as com-
(tared with the present house.
The returns for the cities of British
Columbia ire as follows:
1011    1001       Gain
Nanaimo     8,305    6,130    8,176
Nelson  ........    4,474     5,273        708
N. Westminster 13,304 6,400 6,806
I'rluce Bupert .   4,771 4,771
Pt, Oray     4,310 4,310
Vancouver .,..100,338 27,010 73,323
N. Vancouver .   7,701 7,701
8. Vancouver ... 16,021 16,021
Victoria     31,620   20,816   10,804
JOINT   HAEBOH   IMPROVEMENTS
COMMITTEE
The flrst regular meeting of tbe
Joint 11 ah bor Improvement Committee,
upon which North Vancouver ia represented among the other municipalities,
adjacent to Vancouver, was held on
Wednesday.
A resolution wis passed to tbo effect
that the Dominiou government should
be requested to appoint a commission
to officially investigate tbe shipping
needs of Burrird Inlet and the uorth
arm of the Fraier river. Tbe discus-
aion occupied about three hours, but
the ipeakeri were principally concern
ed ai to tbi wiy in which tho resolution should be worded, and there wai
practically unanimity of opinion aa U
the ultimate end to he attained It
waa conceded on all sides that tha
opening of the Panama canal would
make Vancouver a much more import-
•nt port thin it is it present, Ind
tbit means should be adopted to give
it facilities commensurate witb its natural advantages.
it was also, generally, conceded, tbat
while personal interests would inevitably lie at work in the rivalry between the several municipalities, tbe
question was too great a one to properly idmit of serious sectional differences.
North Vancouver was represented by
Aldermen Smith and Henderson and
Mr. O. M. Whepherd, end Nortb Vaneouvir diitrict by Beeve McNaught aod
Councillor Allan.
mffmwm
mumiJuiM
Mountain Goat,
Deer, Bear,
and other big game
branch lines along tbe cenali and ex-
tending down the waterfront to Bto-
veaton are alio included in the plant.
In order to connect thii terminal
system with tbe city of Vancouver tbe
plan show! a tunnel somewhat mora
than Ire milei in length and of iu*-
cieat width for a double track extending from ' tki Lulu Islead worki' to
Pint Creek. It ii tbi tmptey'i in-
teatiaa to begin tbe work early next
spring tad it li pntibia that ip ri*~
of Hi importance to tap lower' mis-
land, tke provincial government may
be aaked ta geerantae tin vmpmy't
OUT Itook Of WINOHBSTBB, BAV-
AQB, EBMINQTON, MAUSER md
othir Biflei baa bun caraftilljr Hfltotad
awl wi havp tli* calibre but aultad
to your particular raqulnmint. Bvsry
tblpg uiided by tbe prwUtal kiujtar.
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paine & McMillan,   •*» «
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HARDWARE
FIRST STREET AND LONSDALE
•4
Hallowe'en Concert and Dance
Undsr auspices of
St. Andrew'i and Caledonian Society
In thi EXHIBITION HALL, NORTH LONSDALE
On TUESDAY, Slit Oct., 1911, at 8 o'clock p.m.
A splendid program of vocal aad Instrumental music and raadlagi
haa bean arranged for thi concert ud dancing will follow for a ihort
time. Tbi Boclety has a hearty welcome for new conurs at tbeir meetings. ,
Tlcketi can In had from any member of tbi committee or at W. Cum-
Kings' Clothing Stan.
u
Rooms to Rent
New Apartment Block on Second Street Weet
$7.00 per Month, Electric Light Free.
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SOLE AGENTS
CARDINALL & MacGREGOR
102  ESPLANADE  (OLD POST OFFIOB)
Phoni MS P. O. Box ~iS
We are making a specialty ol Houwi. We ihall be pleated
to liit any you have for tale or rent.
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SPECIALS
THS WEEK
at the Cut Rate Drug Store
Fallow's 8yrup $1,00 bottle
Allenbury's Food 860. Mn
 $9.60 doz.
Hot Water Bottles, guaranteed
for one year $1,75
Hot Water Bottles, guaranteed
for two years -$2.60'
Wincirnis $1.25 and $2.00 bottle
Antipon, Urge size ....'....,.. $1.76
1 1 ■
We have row on sale a new stock of
Safety Razors similar to Gillette*
Um $1.50 to $8.00 each
North Shore Drug Co*
1.1 THOMAS, PUB., Draif-t
U€ ESPUNADE WEST. IW3U
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