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NORTH VANOOUVBB, B. 0., FBIDAY, OOTOBBB 91, WU.
NUMBBB 16
DEDICATION OF THE
NEW DISTRICT HALL
:   i ..
Address by Hon. F. Carter-Cotton;
Happy and Memorable Function
"Fill the bright goblet, spread tbo fes
live board,
Summon tbo gay, the noble, and l,ic
fair; '
Through this loud hall, in joyous con
cert poured,
Let mirth and music sound tbe dirge
of care.
Thus runs Iho old Honian exhortation
according to Macaulay, ami, though it
Is s considerable stride from IjiI.c
Begiilus to I.yuu Valley, the same four
linos might, nevertheless, havo boon
strung over the portals of tho new
district ball two nights agu. "Bright
fobluts" wero assuredly filled with
discreet frequency and nothing more
luscious in the way of "festive boards"
could he reasonably imagined than that
upun which a small army uf ladies had
exercised their prowess for Wednesday
night's occasion. As fnr tho "gay, the
noble, and Ihe fair," each was represented in goodly numbers, outhusiasls
coming from far and wide to Inspect'
the new hall and congratulate the
municipal authorities.
If a building could blush, the district council's cdiflco would have been
■tuTused continuously on Wednesday
night, fur a laudatory comment was on
every lip. Mayur McNeish strode frum
room to room strewing enconiums as
he went. Other City ofllciais roamed
bitbe rand tbithcr from the basement
upwards sniffing the newness of it all
snd envying tho cleanliness thereof.
Bee,i' McNaught, almost forgetting to
look over tbe top of his eyeglasses,
preceded Ihem as uflieial guide, I'uuir-
cillur Allan following in his wake
minus tbe committee -room fruwn, and
wearing in its place a .wide smile uf
well-nine. The hall has been very
aitutcly 'planned; every a/earn . Jtfjuglbii own pi
•pacious in accordance willi" ln*Xi) Viiafid.,tiu
quiremciits and at the same time uot
a vestige of space wasted. No doubt
in time tho interior of the place will
take upon itself a fittingly sevore ap
p.'uriniee. At present it is altogether
too clean and scrupulously tidy to
•uggcit hard work. Also on Wedncs-
-day uigbt it was enveloped in ciruival
hangings, flags, largo and small,
lowers, real aud artificial, and paper
suspensions in many colours caused
one tu espoct an encouuter witb Santa
4Ileus or nunc other festival deity at
•very turning. Above the main entrance lu the brilliantly lighted building
was Ihe word "Wcleome" decoralively
spread out and cheerily obvious from
the   carline.       Even     within     the
"Solemn" council tgmh.fi tin same
aiveu letters hung conspicuously--nol
on red tape. That would have been
too insinuating.
Time having been allowed fur exploration purposes, the company was
gradually wafted intn this hainlsunie
apartment, where the Kecve eventually
took the chair, surrounded by a .luster
of rity and district officials. In his
opening- remarks he made humorous allusions to the district council of tin'
past, pointing out to those who did
not know it, tbat their municipal ball
waa now tbe city hall. Who knew but
that the ball tbey were opening that
nigbl might also become the city hall
some dsy, snd so until nobody would
know where it wss going to end, It
wai now twenty years ago since tbe
municipality came into existence, and
for the last Ave or six yean municipal
conditions had advanced by leaps and
bounds, They bsd now over 7,000 In
habitants on the north shore, and rein-
forcimenti wire coming in it the rate
of 800 sad tOO every month. At tbii
juncture tbe Beeve produced an inter
eating intiquity in tie ihape of I copy
at tbi ''Express'' dgted Friday, May
Slit, 1007.   Be rssd aloud a report
conlsined therein describing iu metaphorical terms tbo interment of thu
municipal cuuncil uf Ihut time. It
wus tbeir last mealing, or as the
"Kxprcss" man termed it, their "dying wriggle" ami further reference waa
made to tbe " heart breaking sobs"
which burst from the councillors during
the session, all of whom went inwardly
supports'! by one thought—that of one
day occupying the mayoral chair ami
being addressed as "his worship."
The Kecve called attention to the
pessimistic attitude which was adopted
toward the council in 180?, ami pro-
ceeded In enijihasiso lbc very different
conditions which now prevail. At any
rate, tbey preacnted a pretty lively
corpse. Continuing rcmisiscently, tbe
Kecve mentioned that tho first committee that he was appointed on was
une whose duly was tu urge upon the
government at Victoria the necessity
of building the Second Narrows bridge.
He now believed that it only required
united exertion lo render the day not
far distant when they would have tbat
bridge, and also railway eoinmunicatiun
witb the northern interior, the terminus of which railway would be North
Vancouver. With these developments
bo prophesied that in twenty.live years
the norlh shore would be a mighty
good secoud to the great city of Vancouver. Every possible effort should
be made tu bave these things'cuneumit-
ed. The Kecve then made almost
I .iil-iii reference to the little ronm un
the Ksplanade which lind, all things
considered, served their purpose vory
well. They bad, however, conceived
the idea of hiving a ball for purposes
other tban tbat of writing and sending
out notices, and he wondered whether
they had been wise in so doing. For
art, ho would have liked tu
iin- ..heme still further and
have built something that would be
suitable tu the requirements of twenty
live years house. Tbo local ion might
then have become the centre of Norlh
Vancouver,
At this point in the Reeve's speech
the book containing the district as
ISSOUBl for the yesr 1006 fur the
municipality was exhibited,—a somewhat anaemic looking volume in comparison with the three Ionics containing
tho present assessment, which, by means
of a herculean effort were pallid on
high for inspection by two municipal
A poll un
Kecve Mc.Nuughl tli.ui colled upon
tbo Hon. !•'. Cnrlcr t'olton, whom he
dscribed as one of Ibe best friends
that'the district of North Vaueouver
ever had.
Mr. t'ottun i-niiinii.-ni'i-d by ludging a
seriousgriovuncc against the Keeve.
That ui-ntl.-iiii.il, when inviting Inin tu
the opening of the new hill, did not
mention the mailer of his being expected lo dedicate it, but merely asked him
tu come in a casual sort of wuy.
Therefore ho was considerably surprised to tind himself facing such a
"galaxy of youth anil beauty," and if
bo should prove unable to say much
they must not blame him, but the Keovc,
and bis insinuating way. Proceeding,
Mr. Carter Cotton declared that nothing
gave bim greater pleasure than to noto
tbe marks of progrosi on the nortb
shore, the development of which during tho list twenty years bad been
almost incredible.   He had been direct-
(Continued on tig* Vim.)
Neil, Sunday the pastor of tho Fint
Bsptiit church will preach upon tbe
•ubject "Children snd Religion." In
the evening the iiriei of "Oreat quel-
lions from tbe Bible" will bl continued. Subject: "Wbat shall I render 'Unto thi Lord I"  All welcome.
As a result of tho parents' petition
tp the North Vancouver Board of
School Trusteoa the children's noon lu-
termisslon will, after Oct. 31st, be from
13 (o 1.15 o'clock.
Tho rock'crusher commenced operations ou Third street ami ijueensbury,
east of tho car lino this week aud is
doing its job at tho rate of nliuiii 10
yards of rock iu au hour, at a littlo
less than a dollar a yard.
Tho local Christian Eudeavur Society
held su enjoyable social ou Tuesday
evening, when the Mount pleasant
branch paid them a visit. The chair
was occupied by Mr. 11. Hutchinson
and a good pro-gramme was rendered,
after which refreshments were served.
thus far taken. The matter was referred to the clerk with instructions to
report.
A letter from Mr. I). W. Kells, complaining of the had statu of the roads
between Crown creek bridge and the
Capiluno hotel, was passed ou to the
Board of Works.
Burns and Walkem wrote ro Cooke
vs. North Vancouver, stating lhat Ihey
had received au offer frum thu plaintiff's suliciturs agreeing to withdraw
tho suit, ou payment uf $100 by the
municipality. The llrm advised tho
council to.close with this oiler, which
they accordingly decided to do.
Twenty ratepayers of (..yini Valley
petitioned Iho couucil for a sidewalk
un fba west side of Centre road Irom
thu cur line nor Hi to Detnpscy mud ns
soon us possible. The question wus ro
('erred In the Board of Works.
av company
in iraiiKorouB
DISTRICT COUNCIL
First Regular Meeting lu New Quarters
The fairy. Progress, us everyone
knows, has been manipulating her mug-
ir wand iu the municipality of North
Vaneouver. As a result of llicir new
environments, the district councillors
at lust night's tussling irs-iiii-il a precedent iu Ihe shape of inimuciilalc behaviour, cash member rising formally
from his sent to uddrcss Ibe reeve who
presided at a lilting altitude on his
own particular dias. Things are now
as Ihey should be, ami mure good business is likely tn lie dune thun hitherto
when thu councillors rubbed shoulders
with olio another and were too sanliu-
ed to bo friendly.
The reeve, in a brief introductory
speech, made reference tu this particular drawback in the past. Ho also, men
in,in .1 that the new hall wus a copy of
the House of Parliament al Ottawa,
ami exhurled his colleagues lo
imitate the occupants uf thai
bouse in the transaction of
business. The public, be said,
were free ut ull times to listen lo the
debates but must remain silent, Those
inside Ihe rails would do till the talk
ing. He hoped this was the beginning
uf greater things for North Vuncouver
and trusled Ibat in time tu como that
new hall would be supplanted by a still
liner .in stone building of niugiiilicent
proportions in keeping with the in
i lease uf the ditlrict.
Voluminous correspondence of more
ur less meagre Importance was thou
considered. There came a letter from
the Hon. F. Carter-t lotion, intimating
that he bad been again to Victoria
to sec what was the cause of lbc continued delay in commencing work on the
Moody villi- road. He found that the
minister uf works wus absent from Vie
toria, but the premier, whom he Iheii
called upon, stated that Mr. Taylor
bad told him lo give orders at unco
fur the resumption of work ou the sai<l
road,
A letter, duly referred to committee
for consideration, was read from the
Seymour Lumber Company asking fur
ii $2,000 which Ibe council promised
tbem lielori' passing the bylaws for
(100,000 on Saturday Isit.
I l-e minutes of the recent meeting of
the Joint Harbor Improvement commit
tee were ordered to be died.
The Wi-.-iniins.ter Automobile Alio
eiation wrote asking that one of the
ouueil be appointed to represent the
uiiinicipalily at the first convention of
the B. C. Automobile Clubs and tiood
Noads Association to be held in Now
Westminster on Nov. 3rd and 4th. It
was decided that tho reeve should represent tho council.
MacdouneP Ham and Ferris wrote
in rcfcreni-c to the application of Mr.
Ernest Townsley for 11 inches of water j tu  Iho Seymour    Lumber    Company
uul uf Cypress creek for use ou die- This  firm  had  now  completed  their
trict lot  1241.   This application   wai mill and the colVilior suggested that
standing over and Mr. Townsley wai tbey should
perfectly willing that one of tbe coun-
eil should apply on behalf of the dis-
Sri< t for u full water right, the amount
remaining according to evidence in the
commissioner's office being 11   Inches
as above.   If the council was prepared
lo lake immediate steps lo obtain these
water rights Mr. Townsley was satisfied not only.to withdraw his application but to assist Ihem in other ways,
giving them Ibe use of flic Heps be had
The B. c. Electric railws,
wrote with regard to certain tiungorous
trees ou the uorlb side of ijuccu street
between ('licsterlield and Malum Ave.
As Ihey were iiboul tn erect u pole line
ou this street tbey would like tbem re
moved. Application bud u|:<n been
been msde for u light service ou Ms
sex casl of St. Ucorge's Ave. There'
were some slumps ami old trees
that would endanger the lino when
built. Aa the parlies needing light
were anxious to have It soon, Ibo
company would be obliged if the council would direct Ihut they be removed.
A motion was received and carried
that the council wuuld help the company as much as possible in the mul ler.
Hutchinson, McMillan and company
submitted some properly for purk pur
pules. This lay ou block 4 in resub-
division of lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, district
lot 632. The price of the property
was (11,400, ami it was Situated half
way between the Seymour river ami
the north arm in close proximity lu
Keith rood. Tbe offer was passed on
to the school trustees for consideration.
Councillor Bridgmuii said that by uu
oversight at the opening of the hull
tbey bail omitted to thank the ladies
for their yeoman service. 'He moved
therefore, that the clerk shoubl convoy
Iheir thanks lo Mrs. T. A. Allan nnd
other ladies whu had given their assistance. The motion was unanimous
ly carried,
Coun, Bridgman moved a second re
s-iilutii.il of thanks to tho cily uf Nurth
Vancouver and tbe B. C. Telephone
Company for providing them SO expeditiously with telephonic communication.
Thirdly, Coun. Hri.lirtiiuii moved that
Messrs. Mm l.mll uml Ilu -.ell lie re
quested tu bring iu a report as to the
feasibility of locating a road through
subdivided and unsubdivided lands
frum the Keith rood to the north houn
dary of the municipality, the said road
to be ns near lo the waterfront uf the
north arm of Ihe Burrard luld as possible compatible with good grades,
with a view to petitioning the provin
.mi government iu the future to con
linue tbe said road lo Indian river.
A resolution was carried un the recommendation of Coun. Allan that ton
den be called immediately for wurk
upon the marine drive west.
Cuuli. Hrnlgmaii then moved that the
offer of the B. O, Trust Corporation
Albert Heard, tbe young ion of Mr.
T. M. Ileiiid, insnsger of tbe Norlh
Vancouver Forry Company,, was on
Wednesday the victim of a serious accident. Ho was playing with a clus-
tor of other boys ou tbo work cars
on 1st street and when jumping off,
caught his left arm between two Iron
bars. Some difficulty was experienced
in releasing the arm, and it was t'oiiud
after doing su that Lot li bones in tho
forearm were broken. The double
fracture gave him great pain on Wednesday night.
The Presbyterian, Methodist aud
Uaptish churches of the city are uniting for three weeks of special services
lo be held in the respective churches,
beginning next Monday evening, miring Ihe firsl week the meetings will be
held in Ihe Firsl Buptisl church nnd
will be conducted by Kuv. A. J, Pros-
ser. Revs. Scblicter snd Mnclend will
preach ou alternate nights. The pre
sidcuts oLdlic Voting People's societies
will ial,t/i prominent part in Monday evening's service. A large plac
will be given lo gospi'l song ill nil Hi
meetings. All Interested are requested
lo be present al as many uf the meet
ings us poiisble.
FOB BENT-fivi-roomod bnngslow,
modem, Mb street esst, near Victnriu
Park. John Women, Colonial Apartment Houie, Sth street, phone 219. ft
LOST ANP FOUND.
LOST-flent's watch, on 4th stroet
and Lonsdilc. Biward, apply Box kt
Kxprcss Office. 311
LOST-Fox Terrier, white' witb
black sppt on loft eye. Reward, eor.
of 8th snd Bidgeway. 37-10
FOUND Fox Terrier, black bead
and black spot ou tail, Apply Box A4
Express Office,' 2710
. LOST-Palr of   Turkeys, Saturday.
Apply Mr. Oscar, Block 1, I). L. 617.
3710
STRAYED - English   Setter   dog.
white wilh  brown  spots.   Answers to
Disjk".   Apply Kxprcss Office.
MISOELLANBOUB
.1.
loutet and Nortb (.onidale
Express Classified Ads.
EDUCATIONAL
R.
III.
M.  Ilicliiiiuuil, teacher of violin,
Junes Avenue. 1711
LADY—Corlillcd wishes pupils fnr
pianoforte and theory. Terms moderate.   Box A22, Express Office.      3 11
Miss 1. II Bertram of Viuicouver
teacher of piano and siugiug. Lessons
given iu Nurth Vancuuver. Terms (3
per month. Beginners a specially.
Apply Express Office, Box A3,     mil
FOB RENT
ROOMS FOR BENT—Houiekecping.
216 2nd tired ust. 27-10
FOR BENT—Furnished front room,
with or without hoard. Apply corner
14th and  Chesterfield. 31 10
FOR RENT Small furnished house,
Apply IMh ilnel, half block west uf
Umdale. 31-10
ROOMS TO LET—Wilb ur without
board. Apply Miss Burton, 133—41b
street west. t.f.
TO RflNT-Choice modern suites oo
3rd street. Apply Alex. Smith It t'o,
North Vancouver. t.l
(lot it at I.oniiiulo Pharmacy Phono 20
tiood young stuck Bull, corner  loth
street  uml   Malum   Ave. 1411
Wo close Sundayi. Phone 834. ,1.
H. English, O. K. Grocery, 13 Lons-
dili Avenue.
Nurth Vancouver Fisb ami Produce
t'u. Fresh and smoked Fish a specialty.
Ull First street west. 24 11
M. il. Raymunt for lirst dais dress-
making, Second bouse, Mb street E.,
adjoining west of Boulevard and car
line. tf
Ur. .1. fl. Morrison, dentist. Post
llrudunte, Chicago Dnivinity, Booms
6 and ltl, New Post office blook.    I.L
The New York Oslricb Feather
Works, 2U0 I,on-dale Ave. Mill Fannie Miller, late with the Siegle Cuoper
Co., N. Y. Feathers willowed, curled
cleaned snd dyed. Have yuur old
plumes made into new ones. I.II
TO WHOM IT MAY t ONCEBN-
We thoroughly dry clean ladles' and
gent's suiits for $1.20. Suili pressed
GOc. Money refunded if uut satisfac
lory. Muderu Renuvalury, 200 Luui-
dslo Ave.  Phone 213. mn
The City llye Works, un CornSS Eiplanade East and Lonsdale are enabled
by virtue of their large plant iu the
cily to nol only clean the cloth but
the lining, pockets, etc, of every suit
Ihey dry clean at tbe same moderate
prices they have always charged, t.f.
TO LET—Urge duuble bedroom
suitable for four respectable men. tlhu
each per week or with board. (6.00
Mrs. Howie, 146—3rd struct eust. 17 ID
FOB RENT—Bcvcn roomed houie,
furnace, fully modern, garden Eighth
street, good view. Apply. Colonial
Apartment  House, tub itreet oait. tf
FOR BENT -The store on the Es
planade until recently occupied by the
district us a municipal ball, also space
17x23 feel upstairs which will be divided to suit reliable tenant. fApply
behalf of Mr. J. 0. Keith, of 7141 Vancouver   Lumber Company   On   tbe
acrei in district lol 611 tor (6/100 be' premises S4-1
accepted and  lhat  the reeve and Ibe
clerk be empowered to purchase same
provided Ibat lbc title is all in order.
This wus carried, lbc reeve emphasis
iug the generosity of Mr. Keith's of
for.
Coun.   Ward   brought   I or ward   the
|Ueslion of giving a water connection
FOB SALE
FOR SALK-Dueks.   Mlsa liomwood
llth -licet west. 31-10
I'm; SALE Fresh milk frum local
herd of cows. Eight quarts fur (I, delivered. Apply East End I'airy, Ijurlb
Vancouver, 3 11
FOR SALE   First srowlh dry wood
for tenders for clear j fur' (4.7o per cord, I ft.   '). McDa.k
I,oil-'Ilile 'A V.-IsUi
Ipg and grading and get Ihe necessary ' I'lione i'i.
work  commenced  upon.   It   was    not
fair lo Iho owners of the pruperty In
volved tb delay the mailer.    Tho Lum
ber company  bad  been  getting  Iheir
water from Vancouver iu lunks, and if
the  district  delayed  in  such  matters
they would impair tho industrial pro
gross of North Vancouver.
It   was   agreed   that   tho question
ihould  be gone into  immediately.
t I
FOR MALE Two lols, block and a
hall wesl of Lonsdale ou ilml street.
ii.ei let both.   Terms. Apply owner, 42
;
20 11
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
. It is our dsslrs to publish in this
•pace a weekly calendar of church,
civic, social, lodge ind other latum
for tha guidance ef tbe public. As tbe
iucciii of thii will dipind altogithir
on Uke co-operation of tbs orgulae-
tloni In Udi city, ws request that thay
will ngulirly report tbs dates ef any
Meeting! or functions under tbsir au*
plcie.
■        '       I  i    w    I i i
FOR SALE -Fir Wood *4.od a corn,
Hi inch t'edar (4 p load, also sand and
gravel, O, 0. I'. Ajqdy at barn, corner
7th street and Bidgeway or W. M. Miller, Lynn Valley. 8710
FOB Skin-One block from Umdale car line, (360 cash, balance over
lt> months Palmer k Mcllwaine, 36
Lonsdalo  Ave.   Pbone  110. If
FOR SALE-33 foot lot, cleared,
graded, splendid view, tecond block
from Umdale car line, (160 caih, I.sl
ui.-.' over 18 monthi. Piiuer * Mill
wiine, (6 Umdeli Aie.   Phone HO.tf
FOB SALE - A bargain. Cash or
termi. Two collagen em 9Mb itrset.
Vary deliribis loeniltm, Ml minutes
Iron Unadale icbool, thru mtoutm
Iron oar Kne. toady tot Oeenpipey
about OctoW lit, koyly 9 9
Union, North Twnm (teal It Bop
piy Co.   Phpu ill. t.l.
The Truth ituilcnls diss will meet
every Tuesday evening at t o'clock at
Ibe residence ol Mrs. Uallagher, Keith
ion i. near Bidgeway. students dciir-
iug higher spiritual unfoldmcnt srs
cordially, invited lu attend, tf
Private Greeting Cards for Christmas
ami New Year. Splendid aaaortnieut
to choose from, .'aids printed with
name and address from (1.26 per dos-
en. Phone Sll and our representative
Mr. Scbwcdlrr, will call wilb specimen
book.   Nortb Shore Press Ltd.
B. ('. Livery end board stablis -
Light rigi snd ladies' saddle bonee
lor hi>c. Stabling lor bnnei. . General delivery and hravy teaming. II
Domai, Ilh ilreet west. Phone Ml
li.
WANTBD
Voung Inly wlnls comfortable roum
in private home.   Apply At. Uill, Hen-
cnl Delivery.
311
WANTED- Mother's     help.   Apply
Mrs. W. B. Shakespeare, Ilh street E.
1110
WANTED   Housekeeper for t or I
bachelors.     Apply silting nationality
ami  salary  required  to  Hox   Ao,   Ex
press Office. 27 10
WANTED- Tenders for clearing
and grading lol 6, block U., d-tri. I
lot 786. O. Hughes, P. 0. Box SIM.
If
WANTED- We hive moucy to in
veit In close in North Vancouver properly. If you wlih lo sell call ind
give ui your listings Palmer k Mcllwaine, tt Unsdlle Ave. i'lione 110,
20-19
	
Wc ipecialiie In North Vancouver
property ind wlrb te list properties
direct from owners, S'lANDIA IN
VESTMENT CO., 818(4 Cordova
Street west. 10 II
WANTKD - Ws handli buiiness
ehencte, rial estate, isabrssci, loans,
gstrchais tgrammto of sals. U yea
went to nil yoer basse er your bui-
bus call aad glys «s particulars, fit
em gat tmulli. BsiinsM is good.
Psioer * Mcllwaiai, M Ueideli kip
Phon IB). » W
__-__ BUSINESS OHANOB
IW me 1st wt ■ —*——r     —itr~f^m mwm
Mr. Percy Ward bM disposed of bis
interests in tbs llrm of Wsrd, Durntes-
ter snd yon Qraeveniti to Mr. (1. 0,
, palmer, Mr. Ward wss one of ths original fouudera of the business with
Which be has now severed bis connection aad its record has been one of
conspicuous success, oven among tbe
many similar companies which ars
"making good" around Burrard Inlet.
It is Mr. Ward's intention to devote
bis attention primarily to the manage
msst of tbs Lnusdale theatre in this
, city of which be is the leasee and also
to tbe other personal interests which
were not included in tbe transfer which
has just been effected
IMPERIAL    OAB,    SHIPBUILDING
AND DBY DOOK CORPORATION
Ideal Mao on   Directorate—Prospects
Bright
Mr. J. F. O'C. Wood of this city
has received notification of his election
to tbe Board of Directors of the Imperial Car Shipbuilding and Dry Dock
Corporation. For some time tbe di
rectors have recognized (be desirability
ef according Nortb Vancouver representation ou the Board and st the first
opportunity they carried that purpose
into effect. Mr. Wood is one of North
Vancouver's successful business men,
having been proprietor of Everybody's
Shoe Store in thia city uutil quite re
cently, wben be dispused of bis buii
nesa to tbe present proprietors, one of
Whom is bis sou.   The appointment of
mmmammmgmmmmmmmm
Mr, Wood to ths board of directors
Will hi appreciated by the local pub
lie as giving North Vaneouver share
bo|dsrs representation on the governing body of the company and win
doubtless iccomplisli a grest deal in the
furtherance of the interests of the
compsny in the community generally,
Tho latsst sdviceS from the headquarters of the compsny srs to the effect
that matters sre progressing, astisfac:
torily, negotiations in a financial wa»
promise an early snd successful termination and the outlook is promising.
It is understood that tbe first section
of the dry dock to be installed at Bocbe
Point will be shipped from England
about tbe end of this year and that
tbe other sections (of which there will
be eight in all) will follow at frequent
intervals.   ,
BIB EDMUND WAXSBB AND B. 0.
The following is Sir Edmund Walker's view of British Columbian prospects, as delivered iu his presidential
address st the annual meeting of the
Canadian Bank of Commerce:
"Immigration, at first slower in the
prslrie provinces, is now stesdily increasing, and it looks as if the unusual
resources of this extensive part of
Canada would gradually become known
to the rest of the world. Capitol is
Bowing to British Columbia in a con
iiiiually increasing volume, especially
from Oreat Britain. Here, ss else
where iu Canada there are sources of
information by the use of which the in
M.i'ii   may  be  guarded  from  those.
THE.EXPRE88, NORTH^wtom % C -
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Who, bavihg'something tp sell by il#
stion or otherwise, are uot regardful
of the truth jn their effort* to hs m-
cessful, In this province, with its extensive undeveloped areas pf oosl, iron,
copper, silver, etc., its remarkable timber, snd still more remarkable fisheries, its rich valleys capable of bountiful production of fruits, vegetables
and ptber farm produce, as well as of
live stock, it is ppt easy to guess st
either the limits to its eventful greatness or at the ruto ef its-progress ro
tlvely to its extended area. As elsewhere, farm lands continue to advance
in price, so do fruit lands, hut the railway development in the northern part
of the province and iu other districts
will give tbe settler without capital
bis pathway to success. As regards
lumber tbe cost is increasing and greater stability in prices seem essential.
Tbe immense outlook for this very
importa.it industry is good, apart trom
tbo prospect of more dumping frum
United States manufacturers. In
mining, conditions ss a whole have not
been so hopeful for many years."
WHY AMERICANISM OUR PIOTUBB
SHOWS?
An authority on moving picture
shows in Canada considers that tbese
entertainments are becoming or have
become too Americanized and constitute a real danger to tbe Empire.
"Tbe dearth of British films in Canada
is all the more extraordinary" be says
"iu view of the many excellent sub
jects produced by the British mbnufas-
tarer, ,
Ons Of the most interesting letters
which I publish this week is tbat from
Menmer No. 7.17 st Victoria B. 0.
Wbat could bs mors significant tban
the following! "I bavs fod>r children," writes my correspondent, "all
pf a more or less impressiomble age,
gpAj It is difficult to prevent tbem
from giving tbs I'nited States first
place in tbsir m>nds When American
prowess is being so constantly forced
on their observation, while everything
British is not only given a bsck seat
but often openly derided."
There is, of course, no desire on my
pari, to belittle the patriotic achievements of American cltlsens nor to
question the deeds of vslor portrayed
on the thousonds of American films
displayed daily throughout the Dominion of Canada. In common witb my
readers I feel that as British citisens
we are justified in requesting tbs proprietors of moving-picture halls in
Canada to draw on the vast resources
of our Empire for subject-matter. In
Australia, South Africa, and elsewhere
films of British origin sre extremely
popular.   Why not in Canada!"
NOTIOB
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given tbst Mr
Thomas Booth has severed jjis connection with Burrard Cigar Company and
is no longer associated with the said
bushiest, in- any capacity.
Sgd.     Ht'KRAHD CIGAB CO.
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Capital Paid Up,$4,866,666. *mm?\
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2 Office* in North V-wwver-2
CORNER LONSDALE AVE. AND ESPLANADE
UPPER LONSDALE AVE. (near Fourteenth Street)
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Saving Deposits of $1.00 and upwards received.
Interest allowed at current rates.
Banker's Money Orders iuued.
J. STEPHEN
-    Manager
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Hallowe'en Concert and Dance
Under auspices of
St. Andrew's and Caledonian Society
In the EXHIBITION HALL, NORTH LONSDALE
On WEDNESDAY, lit Nov., 1911, tt S o'clock p.m.
A splendid program of vocal and  instrumental  music  sod  readings
bu been arranged for the concsrt snd dancing will follow for a abort
Urns.  Ths Bociety bas s hearty welcome for nsw comers at tbsir maet-
Ibgs.
Tlcketa can sbs bsd from any member of tbs committee or at W. Oum-
mings' Clothing Store. .
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STORE TO
BE REMODELLED
OPENING  FRIDAY,  OCTOBER  27th,   at  9  a.m.
.
J. N. HARVEY LIMITED
TO HOLD BIG ALTERATION
CLOTHING  SALE
On account of having planned extensive alteration* to our stores and the adding of new lines fint of the year, it it absolutely necessary
for ua to turn our large itock of
Brand New Fall and Winter Clothing, Hats & Furnishings
INTO CASH IN THE SHORTEST POSSIBLE SPACE OF TIME.
Thousands ol people will remember the EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS ihey got at these 8totes one year ago, when we cleared the jfehnston Kerioot & Co.'s stock.   The bargains
we offer at this sale will be even greater, as the stock is brand new and this season's make.   The regular as well as the sale prices are marked in plain figures; you can see just what
you are saving. READ THIS PARTIAL llST OF PRICES. ACT PROMPTLY! IT WILL PAY YOU!
MEN'S OVERCOATS
A Special Lot of Bigulir $12.60 to $16.00 OVBBOOATB,
Ball  Pries    $740
Thl Creatu of This Beaaou'i OVEEOOAT STOCK
$10.00 OVBBOOATS, Ball Price        $8.45
$12.60 snd 113.60 OVBBOOATB, Bsls Price  110.96
$16.00 OVBBOOATB, Sale Pries 118.4)
$16.60 snd $17.60 OVBBOOATB, Bsls Pries  $13.95
$18.60 OVBBOOATS, Bals Pries     $16.98
$20.00 snd $22.60 OVBBOOATB, Bali Pries  $17.15
$25.00 OVBBOOATB, Bill Price  $19.86
$27.60 ind $30.00 OVBBOOATS, Bill Pries  $81.86
$32.60 mid $35.00 OVBBOOATB, Bill Pries  $89.76
RAINCOATS
$8.76, $1040 snd $12.60 BAINOOATB, Bill Pries  $7.55
$16.00   EAINC0AT8,   Sale   Fries    118.16
$17.60 snd $18.00 BAINOOATB, Sill Pries $16.96
$28.60 BAINOOATB, Bals Pries     $17.96
$26.00 BAINOOATB,  Sale  Pries    $18.95
MEN'S HIGH CLASS SUITS
$10.00 SUITS, Bsls Price   $6.95
$18.60 SUITS, Bill Prlci   $8.86
$16.00 SUITS, Bill Prl. c   $11.16
$18.60 and $20.00 SUITS, Bill Pries    $11.96
$22.60  SUITS,   Sale   Prici $16.96
$2540 SUITS, BslS Prico    $18.96
$30.00  SUITS,   Sill   Prlci    $23.86
MEN'S EXTRA TROUSERS
$1.60 PANTS, Bali.Prlci 86c
$2.00 ind $2.76 PANTS, Sill Pries   $146
$2.60 and $340 PANTS. Bill Pries  IIM
$3.60 snd $3.75 PANTS, Sail Fries   $2.86
$1.00  PANTS,  Bile  Prlci    $3.46
$4,60 snd $6.00 PANTS, Sill Pries $346
$6.60 snd $6.00 PANTS, Sill Pries   $4.46
$6.60 ind $7.00 PANTS, Sale Prlci   $6.66
$7.60 aud $8.60 PANTS, Bala Prlci  $6.60
BOYS' CLOTHING
THBEE PIECE BLOOMEB SUITS
Bigulir $6.60 ind $6.00 BUITS for   $4.8(
IIM and $7.00 SUITS for  $64t
BOYS' TWOPIBOB SUITS
Bigulir $4.00 to $4.60 SUITS for  $2.9f
Bsgular $640 to $6.00 BUITB for  $3.9f
Wi probably cirry thi Largeet Stock of Children's, Boys
sad youths' Clothing lu Vincouvir.   It Is a new dipirtmiut
thi itock ii fresh and nice.   Thi eutlri itock li odirid during
thii tail at Special Prlcn.
BOYS' AND OIBLS BBBFBBB AND OVBBOOATS
AT OBEATLY EEDUOED PBIOBS
Q
PEABODYS UNION MADE
$1.86 OVEBAI+8, 86c
For Friday and Saturday Only.
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Boyi' Bli
$3.00 to |
Bifulsr 1
Pinniiu'i
Bignlar $
Bigulir $
Oosm OI
Siguier 6
Regular $
76c to $1.
Brown Ba
Tin m
an not il
COUIll   of
SWEATER COATS
ular $1.76 SWBATBB COATS for  $1.3.'
3.60 SWBATBB OOATS for  HIA
4.60 BWBATBB COATS,    BaU Pries $3.8:
UNDERWEAR
Sanitary Wool Flssci, each, 40c. or, par suit ,,, 7;">c
140 Underwear, Sals Plies, each    76c
1.86 to $1.60 Hldlum, Bill Prlci, each  ttc
MENS WOBEINO OLOVES
Oc Leather OLOVES for   36c
1.60 OsunUlt QLOVEB for , 86t
MENS WOBXINO SHjBTB
sen $1,86 SHIETS for   «r.i
11 ut* ths pries of Stanfisld'i UNDEEWBAE.   We
lowed to cut thi prlci, but we will give you s dli
.0 par cant, on all Stanflsld pircbaae.
BARGAINS IN FURNISHINGS
25c  TIBS,  8  for    86C
36c TIBB, 9 for  60c
60c TIBB, 3 for  , $140
COLLARS
Regular 16c COLLARS, Bals Prlci, per dosen  $1.36
Bsgular 80c Silver Brand OOLLABS, Bill Prlci, psr dosin
    $140
SOFT BOSOM SHIRTS
Bigulir $1.00 to $1.86 SHIETS, Bsls Pries  76c
Regular $1.60 to $1.76 SHIETS, Bsls Pries  86c
OUTINO BHIBTS
$1.00 to $1.60 BHIBTS, Collin attached, Bali Price '. 76c
DRESS GLOVES
DENT'S and FOWNB'S $1.86 OLOVES for 96c
MEN'S SOX
Begular 86c Black Dubinin BOX, 6 pain for  $140
36c Black Oiihmtri BOX, 4 pain for  $1.00
60c Black Cashmere SOX, 3 pain for  $140
All Trunks, Bags and Suitcase*
10 PBB OBNT, OFF EEOULAR PRICES ,    V
HATS
Mini $2.00 Stiff HATS for  , $1.66
$2.50 to $3.00 Stiff HAT8 for  $1.86
A Broken Lot of Men'i Begular $240, $2.60 snd $3.00 SOFT
FBLT HATS, Prices to clsar  $1.00
Boyi' aud Youtha' Bsgular $1.36 to $140 Boft HATS, Bsls
ttlet   | 96c
Msn'i Tweed HATS, Sale Pries  , 76c
Space here prevents ui mentioning more tban Juat a few
of Uu many bargatui ws ars offering st Uls BALE. YOU
MUST BBS THBM TO APPBEOIATB THEM.
STORE OPEN EVENINGS DURING SALE hom 7.30 till 9 for the convenience of those who are working during the day.   The people of Vam^uver are in luck ia
having a chance like this at the very beginning of the cold weather season. ^
DONT MISS THIS SALE.
REMEMBER THE ADDRESS-
LOOK FOR
THE RIG RED
ARROW SIGN
J. N. HARVEY LIMITED
8U0OBBBOB8 TO JOHNSTON  KBBFOOT k CO.
125-127 Hastings Street West .      i      Vancouver, B. C.
LOOK FOR
THE BIG RED
ARROW SIGN >
THE EXPRESS.
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BUYING A NEW
RANGE?
For only 91 down ami $1
wW»ny>W.:f*H b»y tba
OAMAP*,'9vBM>.B MAL-
LEABLB  .BANQB, reser-
nlote fitted up. ■ See the
HON AROB- tfAUBABLB
RANQE. 'They last a
lifetime.
BABDWAM, KITOBir FTOHBHONOS, PAINTS, OOB, Etc.
Prompt Delivery.
Patterson. Goldie & Clark
PhPwW: ESPUNADE WEST-
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THE MAN WHO
COMES TO LOOK
receive* the tame glad welcome here
a* he man who comes to boy, our
primary objfct at thii time being to
acquaint the men ol North Vancouver
with the advantage! in quality, service
and price, to be exclusively obtained
at this store.
We don't expect to sell' you goodf
before you know ua, our goods and
our buaineaa methods, so we invite
you to call; "Snoop around" a bit
and get acqainted.
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CUMMING
QUALITY CLOTHIER      113 LONSDALE AVF.
Pioneer Confectionery
n I m ,         —.
Highest Quality Handmade Bread
HOMEMADE  L0AVE8,  PAN LOAVES, FBENCH LOAVES, Etc
Delivery to ill parte of   tin city.
PIES, CAKES, PA8TBY OP ALL KINDS MADE FBESH DAILY.
Special attention given all orderi from pitrous.
Pioneer Confectionery ILI
S.F. MUSSELWHITE
Prop.
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd.
(LONDON. ENGLAND)
ASSETS! $94,900,000
SoisAiaot
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC.      18 LONSDALE AVENUE
X,r..m.nU uul Coottad. drawn        -, ... Giniral
ot svsry stsacription rn<w  l3'       Co»rsysndii|
CffflOroing tht Vftfttot of Canada a
contributor to tbo London Daily Mail
write! ths following:
(Fl wife a pest man two fbitigs aro
needed-character and opportunity
From within iiiuat spring tbs strength
of conviction thst alone can triumph.
Prom without mint come tbe set of
circumstances which offers tbe great
personality a tank.
For ten years Bobert Laird Borden
liiid'led Hi.' Conservative Opposition in
Ojjjgdj. > J<jr nine years be was a (Us-
appointment. Suild'only in tbe' tenth
year of bis leadership thore swept
I'lisun,.' over Mm.  A i;r.'ni   question
Jilisi! up for sl.vision. Tils' iiioiiii'iit
sd arrived which puts (ten to the teat.
All the qualities wbicb had been lying bid in Mr. Borden came instantly
to light.
Hitherto be has never bad anything
Ihut atirred him profoundly to li|
about. Tbe differences lift ween tbo
Conservatives mul l,i|iernls . were
scarcely percept ilile. Now tba line of
cltftyage ja deep and decisive. Tlio
Conservative leader 'It/It' 'the danger
Ahat threatened in every fibre of his
being. He flung himself into tbe struggle with a uew light in liis eve, a new
stiffness qf .iWrmiiialinii. II.. 'fought,
and be bus won. 'He jfas'killed Beeiprocity. But 'be ought to be grateful
to tho miai-sHto propSsnl it. For it is
Reciprocity that haa made him great.
", Ht must have more 'than ordinary
Strength t«.tm*e|,■ ijcarly 200 miles a
day for nearly thrco wafks sometimes
iii:.kiii|; eleven speeches a:day; to ad-
drsss night after I night big meetings;
,to ali op talking % hours with local
leaders;.|6 start off early next morning for the next "itand." That is
wliiii ho Aid during this campaign, and
apparently ho is none tho worse for it.
IO' tlii'li: In1 has a devoted wife who
insists on looking after him aud doing
everything possiblo to take of the
strain of overwork. Iu his home bo is
sjnays chfery, always content. He will
take his visitor for a round of golf,
or a .lay's fishing and thoroughly enjoy himself talking much iu his oddly
dispassionate, fair-minded way. He
would bavo been happier as a judge
than a statesman so far as his personal
liking goes.
VANCOUVER, P. C.
mum
ENCONIUM TO EABL OBEY
Concerning Ihe oi-Oovcrnor General
tbe Toronto Mail speaks thus:
Earl Grey served his Sovereign well
in Canada He did bis part to promote
harmony among the elements of our
population. Hia lead in the project
for celebrating the tercentenary of the
founding of Quebec and the setting
apart of the battlefields tbere; his influence for the strengthening of the Imperial sentiment, his part in adding lo
tho agreeablcncsa of the intercourse
between Canada and the Unite! States
—are some of tbo services for whicii he
deserves to be long remembered. And
what he did was done in so hearty
and unaffected a manner, in a manner
so free from official pomp, as perhaps-
to lose some of its significance for tbo
observers of tho dsy. Wc believe that
Earl Grey's administration will grow in
the appreciation of the people as tbe
time passes.
NOltTH VANCOUVKIt CITY FERRIES, LIMITED
TIME TABLE
^TAKING  EFFECT  MAY  FIRST,  1911
Unve Vancouver 6.10 a.m. and
thereafter every 30 minutei until
7.00 p.m. Commencing IM p.m.
•very 80 minutii until 11.30 p.m.
thereafter 12.16 and IM a.m.
WEEK DAYS
loive Nortb Vancouver (.00 a.m.
and thereafter every 20 minutei until 7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.30 p.
m. every 30 minutei Until 11.00 p.
D. thereafter 11.16 aad 12.16 a.m.
SUNDAYS
Uave  Vancouver  7.40,  8,20 and
8.00 tbereifUr Mm* u weekdayi.
Urn* Nortb Vancouver 7.20, t.OD
and 8.40, thereafter aame ai weekdayi.
PABSENOEB SATES
Singli fan 6c, 6 (or 26c, 80 for |1, 70 lor 12.
VEHICLE BATES
A- Lumber wagons, trucks and
drpyt, 78c return.
B-2 horn sxpmi carriages and
bao~, 60o riturn.
0-1 horn esprm buggies jend
Mtos, 26c ritur».
All tbe ibovi rates iadudi 4riv-
ir. fiatu A snd B subject to 20
per am. discount iai lots oi 60.
s. raw"
Miniswm rata, 10c,
JOHNSTON KEBFOOT BLOOK TO
BE REMODELED.
Arrsngcmenti have just been completed for the remodeling of the Jolin-
iton-Kerfoot and Company block, 125-
117 Hastings atrcct west, now occupied
by .1. N. Harvey Limited ai clothing
hat and furnishing stores, aud Evaus
ami Hastings, printers. An entire new
front, oue of the most modern type,
is to be put in snd iu addition to the
clothing, hats and furnishings for men
snd hoys now csrrie.l by tbe J. N.
Hsrvey Company, a thoroughly up-to-
date line of boots uiul sboea ii to be
on tbe ground floor, while ttc floor
ibove ii to be devoted to tho manufacture and selling direct to tbe consumer sll kinds of ladies' ready tailored garments.
In order to muke room for tbe proposed new changes and lhat the stock
■nay be as low as possiblo whilo the
rcmodelliiig is ni progress, it will bo
necessary for J. N, Harvey Limited, to
greatly reduce their stock at once. In
order tbat tbis may be done speedily
thoir entire stock of high class clothing,
bats and furnishings for men and boyi
will be offered at even greater bar
glim than those which drew sucb tre-
inenitiiiis crowds to these stores just
one year ago when the 1. N, Harvey
Compsny took the Jobiistou-Keffoot
Company business over,
These stor.'i were closed all day
Tburiday marking down the goods and
getting, ready for tbe big sale wbicb
itarti tbis mofning at. 9 a.m. Bead,
the sals price list ou page 2 of tbis
issue.
IA 1 I  NTS
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IT ia tp ys»ir oyvn,
interest to purchase
goods in your own dty
qWc undersell Vancouver merchants from
5 lo 10 per cent,
These ure Facta
No   Fake Prices
IRON BEDS Irom $3.50 to $25.00. SPECIAL VALUES THIS WEEK
When going down hill STOP and purchase your Furniture, Linoleum, Carpets,
Etc., at a Reliable House.
THE BEST is none too good.   One-third of your life is spent in bed, and a
' comfortable MATTRESS you should have.   Then buy our No. 1 RESTMORE at
$15.00—no more, no less.   Money back if not satisfactory.
THE HOME FURNISHERS
128 Lonsdale Ave. North Vancouver
Mahon, McFarland & Procter, Ltd.
GRAND BOULEVARD
CLEARED 50 ft. Lots in Blocks 226 and 227;
$900 and $1000      14 cash, 6,12,18 months.
50 ft. Lots in Blocks 230 and 232a; $650, $700
and $800 1-4 cash, 6, 12 and 18 months
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Phone 6286 -   - 543 Pender Street, Vancouver
North Vancouver City
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CLEARED LOTS 50 ft. x 147 ft.
In BLOCKS 15, 15a, 16 and 16a. D.L 550.     '
PRICES: $750 to $1000 according to location.
TERMS: 1-4 Cash, Bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.
ACREAGE in District Lots 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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The Grand Boulevard extends through thii property
FOR PUNS, PRICE UST AND PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
The North Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company, wt
543 PENDER ST. MR VANCOUVER, B. C mmmmmw
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NORTH VA9tm*m%,u,,,'.,,,,, ,.,,.,.,,WHf»B OQWWWA'
Published Tuesdays apd Fridays by North Shore Pr«BS, Mmited,      /
080, », M0W8K, BPWffi AND KANAOBIf.
Sites of Subscriptions-pile year, HM,  Si* months, Mc,  Three months, 86c.
United States md Foreign, HM per year.
Advertising Betes WW Be Quoted pp Application.
. The Espress is devoted to tbe interests pf tbe North Shore of Burrard Inlet
eiolusively. It constitutes an advertising medium of exceptional value fpr
reaching in a thorough and effective manner the population at Nortb Vancouver
Oity and Pietriot. Every effort is made tp give advertisers the meet satisfactory
service.
I    All changes in contract advertisements should be in tbe printers' hands not
' later than 10 a. m. Monday and 6 p. m, Wednesday to ensure Insertion In tbe
following issue.
Nortb Vancouver, B. 0   . Octoyer 87, 1811
PBOQBEBB OF THE NOBTH BHOBE
Yet another finger board, indicating
tbe pathway of steady progress along
which the development of tbe Nortb
Shore proceeds, is found in tbe formal
opening and dedication of the newly
completed District municipal hall, at
l.vsiii Valley, Tuesday evening. The
building Itself is an excellent structure, situated in a very promineut and
central location, and presenting an
attractive architectural appearance, all
of whicii combine to render it one of
the outstanding features of this delightful valley. The interior arrangement is admirably desigued to provide
every convenience for the transaction
of municipal business in all depart
ments, in view of both present needs
and future development. The structure
reflects credit upou the enterprise of
the District Council ami is worthy the
large and wealthy municipality to which
it belongs.
The removal of the district offices
from the small building previously oc
I'Upied on the FjSplauade to the moilern
and spacious structure in which tbey
are now domiciled is atrougly suggestive'of the rapid expansion iu all respects which is certain to take place
on the North Shore, duriug the years
lying in the immediate future. The
tremendous increase in municipal bind-
. ness wus strikingly illustrated on
Tuesday evening when tbe single smull
canvass covered'Volume contaiuiii|i the
assessment roll of a lew years agu war
•fnibited along side of the several very
large leather-backed record books which
contain Ibe roll lor 1818, while lo these
must lie added Ilie records of the city
for the approaching year, the assessment roll pf whicii was likewise included in the small book, lirst mentioned,
The lines which will be followed by
those municipal developments which
premise to transpire with a short period
are indicated by the movement wbleh
is already well advanced, for constituting another .Ustrid municipality out of
that' portion of the present district
lying west of Capilano river. In Ihe
more distant future, but possibly not
so far removed us some might be
inclined lo ciui.-ljidc Ihere already looms
upon Ilie horizon, tin- question of the
enlargement of the area of the city, the
future bs.uiularics ut present suggested
. being, l apilano river ou the west, l.ynn
creek ou the east and Ihe mountain! on
tlie north. Important as these developments will be in their order of occurrence, they serve only as a slight
Indication of the progress of the growth
of population, the springing up of
additional centres ami the pucnomenul
development of public business which
is destine.I lo be characteristic of Ihe
Nortli rihore. .lust what proportions
this general development will ultimately
i..'si.iiie. it is not easy lo predict, but
iu the min.I of the average citizen of
the North shore, il does nol stop short
iu its ultimate attainments of the occupancy of the entire aslaplable area
from Hukc Wound ou the west to North
Arm ou tlie east, and from ilurrar.l
Inlet ou Ihe south, lo the fool of the
mouiiluin.. an.I well up the mm.Minn
fide.- ou the north, by u continuous and
aoli.ih built cily, pulsating with all
(lie life ami \igor ol a great modern
commercial and industrial centre, and
onjoyiug likewise all the advantages
and prosperity which belong of iu
alii'iiahlc right to one of the Lading
seaports of the world. The working
out of a vision so prodlgoui as the
above, is_not a mailer of a moment, it
may require the larger part of a century
but the loyal denizen of the North
lijliore is seriously convinced that the
only deblilealdc feature of the whole
n alii i is that of the length of lime
which will be required for its accomplishment.
THE HISTOBY OF BBITIBH
COLUMBIA
it is gratifying to know that under
the guidance of tbe provincial government "a determined effort ii being
Made to collect fromall sources, menu
acrlpt letters, " diariea, journals, and
jftttHoranda, throwing light upon tbe
*rjy history of British Columbia, in
order that such documents may be
collated, arranged and preserved," and
further that "(be work will be syste
matically carried on from year to year,
and it is hoped tbat it will result in
tbe bringing together of much interest
ing ami valuable material."
For the purpose of prosecuting this
highly important matter a Provincial
Archivist has been appoiuted whose
duty it is to devote hia time, energy
and ingenuity entirely to the work.
Tbe report of this official for the six
months ending Dee. Illst, 11)10, is just
to ban.) ami is replete with thoughtful
conclusions and timely suggestions.
After dwelling upon the importance
of the undertaking which his depart
ment has iu hand, the report proceeds
to divide the history of British Columbia into Ihe following periods:
1. The period of apocryphal voyagos
and explorations, 1578 to 1774,
to which belong the doubtful relations of Juan de I'  Malslou-
ado, de Foutc, uml others, respecting the Strait of Anian, as
the North-west l'ussage was
called of old:
•J. The period of discovery, exploration, and the fur trade, 1774 to
islet
Tl. The Colonial period, which commences! with the founding of
the Colony of Vancouver l.-land
in 1841) and onded in 1871, when
the  united  Colonies of Vancou.
ver Isiuiul and British Columbia
entered the Dominion of I'anuda
us a Province:
4. The Moslem period, which may be
said lo have commenced iu the
year 1871 with the establishment
of   the    Province   of   British
Columbia.
The report then proceeds to discuss
the several sources from    which    tli
necessary documents uml information
nms   be procured, dividing them  into
"official" such as government records,
records of trailing, companies, etc, and
"unofficial"   such   as   private   manuscripts, diurie:., reminiscences, etc
lu view of ull Ihe lusts adduced, the
renorts makes Ihe following recommen-
slatious:
1. That   copies   ot   ull   unpublished
letters, despatches, uml reports,
relating lo Vancouver Island and
British Columbia, particularly
with reference lo (lie historii
controversies of the "Noolku
Affair" ami the Oregon Boon
dary Question, should be procured
from the Colonial Office, the
I'ublie Records Office,'and the
Admiralty:
2. That an especial effort should be
made to obtain from the Archives of the Hudson's Bay
1 om|iiin> copies of all records
relating to the exploits of the
North-west Fur trailing Company
of Montreal to Ihe wcsl of the
Kocky Mountains (the two
companies were amalgamated in
18.il under Ihe name of Hie
older concern), and Ihe work of
tbe Adventurers of England iu
the Oregon Territory, New Cole
, donia, the Colony of Vaueouver
Island, Alaska and California—
in fad, to all Iheir operations
wesl of the Bocklea:
'■'.. That transcripts of the Spanish
and Blissful documents relating
' lo this coast should be obtained
from the Archives of the Indies
al  Seville and  the Archives of
st. I'ctersburg respectively! '
4. That the Dominion and Provincial
• Archives    Departments    should
respectfully  be ankcd  lo assist
the .'Dice:    •
■") That a determined effort Mm .I.i be,
mude, before it is too late, to
guther the reminiscences of Ihe
pioneer.-, anil that the same
should be carefully edited nnd
collated: .
t. That all likely plaics in the Fro
vince or elsewhere should be
carefully searched for letters
diaries and manuscripla bearing
upon auy period or phase of our
hietoryi
7. That an earnest effort shonl'i be
made lo establish cordial relations with the Academy of Pacific CcOll History of the 1,'nj
versity of California, the Ore
gon Historical Society, the Cni
versity of Washington, the
Washington* Slate Historical
Society, and all olher learned
societies and governmental departments interested, in tbe early
historyof*h?fwifl0 Northwest,
with a view tn the promotion of
research and. the extonsion tt
the ck-operative principle:
8. That »|1 recerds relating tp Colonial days (1848 to 1871)' on
' any subject whatsoever, now
.filed in any of the Provincial
Public Departments, ehould be
placed far safe beeping and arrangement in charge ef the Archivist:
0. That tbe aid of the Provincial
Press be solicited with a view to
tbe expeditious gathering together of manuscripts and reminiscences. .
Referring to the probable cost of
tbe manuscripts referred tn in tbe
last .luu:..' of the above recommendations    tbe report observea:
It would be well to'point put in this
connection that tbe collecting
of manuscripts must of necessity
involve a large outlay. A large
sum may be expended upon one
item. Manuscripts are bound to
cost more than books. Tbere can
be but one original manuscript,
wherein, there may be, and
generally are, many copies of tbe
original eiiitiou of a book. A
book may become rare and valu
able, and a manuscript may
become, comparatively speaking,
priceless.    Hence the expense.
There is a wonderful fund of infor
maiion and a vast wealth of unique
experience treasured up in the re
miniscenees of tbe pioneers in' the
arious sections of this province, ami
it is earnestly to bo hoped that through
the persistent efforts of the Provincial
Archivist, this will be elieitod and
placed on record in permanent form,
before it is lost forever.
The report contains a guodly list of
those who have already submitted
manuscripts or reminiscences and it is
by all means desirable that a general
response be received to the appeal that
is now mado iu this respect.
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Fine Opportunity for
anyone wishing to start
a first-class grocery.
GUNPOWDER I'IjOT DAY, the fith
of November, my business will be shattered to the public; landlord doubling
the rent, and until tben we shall sell
groceries at Wholesale cost at store.
ALL Fixtures for Sale Cheap
Six counters, 0 showcases,  1  coffee-
grinder, 125 feet shelving, 22 grocery
Jllllli;   ll   |lllll   III   I i llll I  T I ll I llii    sign,
I delivery wug.in with cover, 2 secondhand conk stoves suitable for logging
camp, I butler refrigerator, 2 cash registers, and 1 refrigerator, and other
articles too numerous to mention.
GEO. WAGG
116 Hastings St.  W.Tel 581
Downstairs
HOTICB.
MOTIL'E l» hereby given Iimt e.pnllc.4-1
lion will i,e made to Die l'uijlu-
iui.nl  of Canada at  Die next  session;
lhereof   fol*   un   net   to   llicolliorute   a.
.company under tin- name of ilu- North1
Ann iin.i.-.  & i;.,ii..,i, Company, wlih
power  to lav out. construct, operate,
maintain und ns.s u 1.11,1.,   ucioss (lie,
N01 Hi  Arm  of Durrani Inlet  from a I
point 011 ilie m uclmi',.' commonly known,
as the Turtle's Head to u pollll on the I
wesl shoiu of l.ul ET6. directly north of!
tin- Ihi.jhil known us White Rock. Sueh!
brblue to be both for foot passengers,
carriages, alreet rallwuy and railway
purpose!    Willi    the    necessary    approaches, anil wiili power to connect
the suld  bridge    with    t-ilitlny    and
future line* of street rallwuy and rallwuy und for Ihe purposes of eonnectlna
will) tlie said street ruilwuys and railways  to lay  out,  construct,  and  operate  one or more  lines uf railways
not . .... .Hi.t. ten miles In length
And with power lo construct, eoulp,
iniilnluln und operate u line or fines
of rallwuy from some point on Lot SSS
at the end of Hie (atiuillan Pacific
Hallway Comininy's blanch line from
I'm 1 Moody, und following Ihe mulls
Shore of Borrur.l Intel to a point In
the City of Nortli Van.ouver or to
connect with any 1 ,11, .. ii,.,i Is or
may lie constructed on the north
shore of Buni.nl inlet.
Am) for the  1     of Ils under-
tuklnp lo 11,.inls. unit .li-veiop witter,
electrlc or other power or etieryy. und
1 sreel lines for the transmission ot
Ibe same .ii'.i lo ii.i ii mhii und ilellver
the same lo uny place In the cllles or
municipalities ilnmi, 1 wlilcli the
works of ihe company are autnoriieo
to be liollt.un.l to receive, trnnsfortn.
tninsinlt. .li. n ii hi. uml supply su.li
power or enemy In uny form ond to
iIIsmusj- pf Hi. surplus thereof, ..nd tn
collerl riit.s and charges therefor
It Is Intended Unit lbs works of the
s.sl'l compan) hIissII hi .Ic-lnred to he
for the irciiciiil sislisiiii.iL-i   of I'siii.islsi
w. h j.anuIjKV        e
Victoria, B 0.
Dollsllor.for the Applicants
I'..ini at  Victoria this 2Sth dm- nf
May, 1011. i-ur
Imported Tailoring
ROBERT SMITH has now!
returned (rom Scotland with
a choice selection ol Scotch, English and Irish Tweed etc., from
which he is prepared to accept
orders (or suits made in the old
country in either Canadian or English styles.
.Drop a Postal Card or phone
Seymour I433L.
2316 Clark Drive
VANCOUVER B.C.
"We are nilering three good lots in
best blook in D, J,- MB at U6Q each.
In view of tbi bridge developments,
(Am m ml snaps."
BLDBE MUEBAY 00., MD.
Nortb Vanconwr.
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AQENTS
JOHNSTON k SALSBURY
THE HARDWARE MEN
90 Lonsdale Avenue      Next to P.O.
WATCH OUR WINDOW FOR KITCHEN UTENSILS
NYE STREET-
Close to school, open road, water, light, etc. 60 ft. lot for 1360
on terms of One-third cssb balance 6, 12 snd IB months.
27th STREET-
Block from car line facing south. We can dsliver a few good
lott on this street for 1600 esch on terms of.0uec,uarter casb,
balance 6, 12 and IB months.
C. E. LAWSON & CO.'
15 Lonsdale Ave.       Phone 70.
P.O. Box 1816
SPECIAL
We have a lew lots for sale close to Lonsdale Avenue
Carline in the City. Prices (450 to $500 un very
easy terms. Wc 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 Vancouver Trust Co., Ltd.
Heal   l'.stote and  Financial Agents.
Agreements of Sale discounted.
219 Lonsdale Avenue Telephone 44
Palace Hotel
Second Street, North Vancouver, B. C.
FINEST ROOF GARDEN ON PACIFIC COAST
RATI-S:— $2.00 .per day up.   Special
rates to iamilies and to regular boarders.
REDA&ANDRUSS    ....     Proprietors
To Rent
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Bigbt furnished rooms, suitable for
boarding bouse, PrerrtWm 0«w and
In drat class condition- Location central
and convenient for wbarf.
For Sale
UlO* sere sits for Industry near Seymour Creek and Second Harrows
Bridge.   A bsrgain (or quick ssle.
Apply to
Alexander Philip
Broker.
Olub Block, Bsplansde. Pbone 10.
N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
Telephone 276
——_———_—_—-
127 LONSDALE AVE.
NORTH VANCOUVER
H. E. KRUGER
Expert on Fireplaces and All Classes
of Brickwork. All Work
Guaranteed.
Corner Fifteenth St. and Mahon Ave.
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., Ltd.
56 Lonsdale Avenue.
WE COULD
Paper the World
from our itock or new Wall Papers
so it eeemi. Every day eome new
doeign arrive, to 611 tbe vacancy
of those closed out.
Handwme Will Papers
are bore in endleee variety. Juet
tell our salesman for wbat room
you want tbe paper aad be will
sbow you juet the patters you are
looking for.
To  choose from our etock ia a plea-
cure, to pay our price is easy.
W. H. ST0NEY & CO.
117 Lonsdale Avenue Phone 149
100 ft. frontage on KING STREET, East (which is now
being Macadamized) for
$l,050~One third Cash
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, SEE
MARTINSON k CO.
62 LONSDALE AVENUE     to.Mtm  maim     NORTH VANCOUVER
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111. —i
—— We solicit the tr»de of all builders who appreciate
High Grade Goods at a moderate price, and the
prompt and careful filling of orders, which our large
stock and long experience in business makes possible.
Burrard Sash & Door Factory, Ud.
FOOT OF ST. GEOROE ST. NOftTH VANCOUVER
i miiii
•—m^mmmmmmn
TAKE NOTICE
mmnEnnSSmmmntmmmmmm
That the CIVIC INFORMATION AND LABOR
BUREAU it now open for the convenience of employers and employees' Employers are requested to take
advantage of the office when requiring help.
W. B. HOOD, Secretary.
Phone 321.     14 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver.
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Campbell Really & Investment Co.
Will take dead of good building lot
as cub paymeut on a 10-room house;
nsw; all modern. Easy terms on
balance.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
TELEPHONE Bq. P. 0. BOX 114
Western Decorating & Plumbing Co.
PLUMBING, GRATES. MANTEL. AND
TILES, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. Etc.
PLUMBING SUPPLIES BUILDING PAPER BEUSHES
BOOFINO BEAVEE BOAED METAL LATH
ASBESTOS BOOFINO SHINGLE STAINS OOBNBB BEAD
TAEPAPEE "OAL-0-TINT" WHITE LEAD
Mantels Made to Specification.  All Estimates Furnished Free.
We Oan and Will Save You from 10 to 20 per cent, on AU Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, etc,
OFFIOB—S. W. COBNEB ESPLANADE AND ST. GEORGE'S AVE.
F. 0. Boi 1687. Telephone 36a
the mmm, nortn v^ciJvfeR, 8, e,
mmm op the
, few DJpCT HALL
(Continued From Pago Opt)
ly and indirectly connected with the
north shore since 1886. Whon in 1888
be purchased the Moodyville ferry, from
which developed the Upton Steamship
Company, tbey ran tho Senator and the
Leonora between Mooilyvjllo ami Van-
coutfcr, and bo remembered that when
thoy were asked to call at North Vancouver, the people of Moodyvllle complained of tbe delay occasioned by
having to make a call at such a very
insignificant place, He believed now
that the next ten yours would see n
great advancement jn North Vancouver.
He hoped that next year a commencement would be made on tbe Second
Narrows briilge, aud be was confident
that with tbe nest eighteen months
they wuulil, on the nurth shore, sec the
beginning of the railway to Fort
Qeorge and the Peace River District.
People were now beginning to realize
what Hurrard Inlet was to Cnnu.lu.
When the Panama Canal was opened
its importance to North Vancouvor
would be great. If their city did not
share in the general prosperity from
the Panama Canal it would le due
to the lack of enterprise of its citizens. Vancouver ami North Vancouver must stand together in their bid
for trade, and tho development of
traffic. There was no doubt, said Mr.
Carter-Cotton, that they would see a
very large, population within a few
years on tbe north shore, and nothing
was wanted but enterprise of wbieh
there was an uliuudanee ou this sisle
of the Inlet. He did not seo that
there was anything that should beep
bach North Vancouver from holding a
prouil position in the future. As the
member fnr the district there wss nothing that lie would not be pleased lo du
in their interests.
The opening uf the munk-ipsl hall,
iiiiitiiiiii'il the spcuker, marked another
milestone in the progress of North Vuniouvcr. They had in their Reeve one
of the most persistent and insistent
men be hud ever met. When he went to
Victoria un district mutters, he hung
around the government offices till the
officials were ulmosl afraid tu apprum-li
or leave the premises.' Coupling the
Reeve's name with that of Muyur
McNeish, Mr. Carter-Cotton said that
with such men at tbe head uf things it
wus Impossible to place the limit un
what they wuuld iusiat uu being carried
out iu North Vuncoucr's interests. He
bud very much pleasure in dedicating
that splendid builsliug tu the use uiul
nilvunlagc of the people uf the district.
Mayor McNeish made a broozy
speech, 1-oiigrutuliiting the district
heartily on their magnificent building.
In the very noar future he believed it
was the city's intention to extend their
limit.■!,.■.ml when he saw tbat good ond'
beautiful bnilding b<t could not help
reflecting on the uso that the city could
make Of it. Seriously he hoped that
before long the city would havo a much
more pretentious building than the
present city hall. He endorsed, Mr.
Carter-Cotton's remarks about the railways. He" reminded them that the
first reeve of the district, Mr. J. C.
Keith, was tbo first man to start railway construction north of Burrard
Inlet.
Ex-Major May, who was tlio first
roove after incorporation, spoke in extremely appreciative terms of the new
hall,' Drifting into reminiscences he
mentioned that ho became u property
owner on the north shore in 1887 and
was over here looking at land in 18811.
He entered the council eighteen years
ago ami for' seventeen years' was interested actively in North Vancouver's
affairs. He wished the council every
pusible success in tbeir new head-
i|uartcrs. wi"
Mr. A. lii. Kealy also dipped into tbe
past, and touched upon the difficulties
of local administration in.those early
days. Now they bad a municipality of
75,000 acres and people were clamouring
on all sides for sidewalks and other improvements. There had been sume talk
of dividing the municipality, and he
cunsidereii it more than possible that
uow was the right time fur such u
division. He most heartily congratulated the district ou its extremely fine
building.
ilr. Alexander Philip said thul many
a time since 11107 he hail wished the
district had had such accommodation us
was now provided. He wus strongly
tempted intu u retainisccnt muud, but
the hour wss late. He recalled, however, that one of the earliest duties he
ha.l to perform in un official capacity
was tu inquire intu the schoul accommodation fur children. The only
schoul then on the north shore was the
Moudyville school. Returning to reason
uf their assembly, Mr. Philip said that
he believed that good wouhl result frum
the course which the couucil had adopted in erecting thut hull. He hoped that
one day the whole uf the nurlh shun'
wuubl be galheresl up intu ono great
centre uml would represent une'great
city with a commercial influence second
to none. Let tbem co-operate one with
the other and see that"their interests
were 'carefully developed.
The gathering then adjourned up.
stairs   or   downstairs   according   to
choice. Those who adopted tbo former
cpurtio fount'u lumber pf tables laden
Witb good things, and proceeded to
lessen the load. In tbe meantime music
was efficiently supplied by the Lynn
Valley orchestra. During the evening
fbe Countess von Ardenborg gave a
rendering of "Asthore" and wae enthusiastically recalled, while a humorous
ditty, sprinkled witb patter, was sung
with success by .
Celebrations were kept up until a
late hour, music anil dancing bringing
to a close a function which should bo
entered in red ink into tho secular
annals of the municipality.
' Lynn Valley Notes
Mr. John 6. Farmer has moved from
tbe city to his uow residence on
Fromme Road.
Mr. James Pearson left a fow days
ago for Alberta. Mrs. Pearson and
family will follow lutcr,
Mr. and Mrs. Steiu and family have
returned to their residence ou Frederick rOad.
Rev. Mr. Dyer of Seattle gave a very
interesting address on Sunday evening
last in Kuox church by invitation of
the Methodist dcuuiuiuntiun.
Mr. H. Duuglas has been appointed
to tbe position of caretaker and jailur
at the municipal hull. Mr. and Mrs.
Duuglas are nuw residing at the hall.
Mr. A. W. I.c Huijuet will leave un
Tuesday next for an extended trip
ihrnugh the interior of Hrilish Columbia. Mr. I.c Huquet anticipates returning home about the end of December.
Tbe building trade in the Valley is
still very progressive. A number of
houses are being built after the style
of Mr. J. W. Pinnell's, Dovcrcourt
run.l uiul the Methodist parsiiuage, uf
which Mr, Baker was the designer.
The .1. P. Crawford Co.. real estate
brokers, have under construction six
modern cottages ami standing orders
for six additional ones.
When yuu read a biography, rcim-m
ber that the truth is never lit fur pub
lication.-rQoorgc Bernard Shaw,
WATER NOTICE
NOTICK is hereby given that nn application will be mude under Part V.
ui the "Water Act, Hum," tu obtain
a li..'ine iu the Nurth Vancouver Illusion of New Westminster District.
(a). The name of applicant in full
—The t'orporatioii of tlie District of
iN'urth Vancouver.
ill' lur mining purposes) Free Miner's- Certificate No	
lb)   The name of the lake, stream
5
or source (if unnamed, the doscjiptipn
is)- .Unnamed stream commencing at
or about the southeast' corner of District Lot 624 and flowing thence through
pistrict Lot 471 and 543 to the North
Arm of Burrard Inlet.
(c) The point of diversion is on
the Keith road at of about the southeast corner of District Lot 084,
(d) Tbe quaiitity of'water applied
for (in cubic foet per second) .03 cu<
blc feet.
(e) The character of tho proposed
works—^mall tank intake fed by wing
ditches, with overflow into creek.
(f) The premises on which the water
is to be used (describe same)—Tho
District of  North  Vancouw.
(g) The purposes for which tbe water is to be used—Municipal purposes.
(b) If for irrigation describe tbo
land intended to be irrigated, giving
acreage—Nut for irrigation.
(i) If the water is to be used for
power or mining purposes describe tbe
place where the water is to bo returned
to some natural channel, and the difference in altitude between point of
diversion and point of return—Not for
power or mining.
(j) Area of crown laud iiitondod
to be occupied by the proposed works—
None.
(k) This notice was posted on the
24th day of October, lllll, and application will be made to the Commissioner on the L'8tb day of November,
19)1, at 11 a.m.
(I) Give the niiines and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees Who or whusc I:.i..l ■ :■.•■ likely to
be affected by the proposed works, either above of below tne outlet—J. 0.
Keith, of Vancouver.
(q) The boundaries uud areu of tho
District of North Vancouver aro asset
forth in the letters patent of Incorporation slated 10th August, 18111, and
published ill lbc B. 0. Gazette, but excepting the urea uf the City of North
Vancouver specified in schedule "B"
of the Norlh Vnnvcouvcr City Incorpc---
ratiun Act Amendment Act, luu.
(r) Approximately the number of
inhabitants of the District at present
is  -..Tun
THK CORPORATION OF THE
DISTRICT OF NORTH VAN-
't'OI'VKR,
(Veal)
JOHN ti. FARMER,
C, M. C. 28-11
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Scientific American;
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rulslloa ot ~S Is-Knllfls-  loom!.    Trrroi  for
Cumds, SI.3 » jut, issj—ie jvrn»isi.  Sold bj
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FOR SALE-DISTRICT LOT 552
Portions of Blocks 2,3,4,11,12,13 and 14
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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.
This ii
> absolutely the Best Buy in
North Vancouver to-day
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For Full Particulars, Prices and Terms, apply to
THE LONSDALE ESTATE
Phone Seymour 2835
525-6 Wi/ich Bldg., Vancouw, B. C.
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ofHolyWrit
Hav> for my dally rouge
apfm the pleasant fields or Holy Writ
I  Blight despair. -r-Tennysun,
TM Jntnrwtlowl Sunday School Lesson
rwrtt (Juirt*. lesson Vl Psalm 86
October 9» mi.
VlklM Ot DBWVBBAWOB
Jt This is a past-exilic psalm of un-
J own authorship, Jt .mm written for
i times, It voie.nl the uqotlous and
feelings of. tlie popular heart as the
noblest poetry always .Iocs. It Is ilif-
firult for us to appreciate the feebleness and .(ejection o( the remnant of
Tarsal that returned from tlie captivity. Tbey dwelt for years among the
rains nf former greatness, always a
more dispiriting situation than a new
settlement in a virgin wilderness. The
temple at length completed, was bo
mean as uompared with .Solomon's that
. those who had seen the latter burst
into'tears at the dedication of the former, The nation was such a pitiful
small folk that Ihey were a hy-word
and hissing of their neighbors. They
were greatly dejeetesl. They seemed to
be settling down to gloom and despair.
A revival of hope auy joy was tbeir
greatest neesl. It wouhl be ,1m,,nli
to conceive of anything better suited to
accomplish this niilile end than this no-
hie lyric. He who said, "Let me write
the songs of o nation and you may
write their laws," hud u just estimate
of the influence of national sung upon
national chararter. I'n.ler this elevatV
oil poetical strain there is a lugioul substruction furnishing a Arm foundation
for hope of coming prosperity. The
argument is this: The present situation of the Lord's people, dispiriting as
it is in some respects is in point of
fact an evi.lenee of the divine favor.
The iiiiiii, iilun emancipation from
Hahylonian captivity thu replanting of
the nation iu Caiman, is in itself a
pledge of tbe divine forgiveuess. Tbe
people are restored not merely to tbeir
land but to their Ood as well. There
Is a sudden ehuuge of key. The psalmist recognlTes that the chastening
wrath of Ood lias not altogetber ceased. There* is depreeation, confession,
and supplication. Tbeu it is a return
to the high grace notes of joy and
triumph.   It is   doubtful if   Hebrew
•
poetry ever rea'elied p higher stwln
than in tbis glowing picture of Jehovah's visit to bis peoplo. Ke comes in
triumph. Righteousness is His out-rider. Mercy, Troth, and Peace, are His
attendants, Bleb largesses shall be
strewn on land and people, (
fbe feaober's l-wtem
The miracle of return from captivity
was like a dream, It could scarcely be
credited for its wonder, It filled the
heart nf the oboSen witb joy and tbe
heathen Who looked nn with astonishment. , . Yet few only in comparison with tlio former Sultitudes who
occupied tbe laud returned and tbe
restoration of the remainder was devoutly desired, . . "Jacob" was
one of the pet names with which the
Jews delighted to style themselves,   .
. .The word "Se|ah" occura seventy-one times in the Psalms. Borne
think it a notation to the orchestra—
possibly indicating an interlude. Others iInnh it meant "Repeat," '" t,ie
orthodox synagogue today any one may
ery "Selehl" when the last chord must
lie repeated. Its utterance In the English reading of tlie Psalms is preposterous. . . The Israelites were no
"saints" but the term doea indicate
c.nl':. ideal and wish concerning Ilis
people. All their disciplines were for
the purpose of making them saints.
Miinibun.l was the goal. . . "Olory
lweliing in the land," was no glitter-
iiigVenerality. It meant tbe Hhekiu-
ah bVtweeu the wings of the cherubim.
"Morcy, truth, righteousness, peace—
ilml s- attributes as if they had been
sent away in different directions—now
rtiaeaemhle in the present Providential
duings. . . Like a mother holding a
to.lillcr's haiuls ami teaching him to
put one foot before another—so Ood
teaches man to walk in His footsteps.
. . , This poem reflects the conditions maintaining subsequent ta the re-,
turn from exile—when the people were
still unable to rebuild the temple ami
there wus great discouragement. Naturally, joy is shot through with fear.
Yet tlie end is s "Hallelujah!"
Young People's Devotional Service
A Missionary   Journey   Around   tbs
World.   (Z) Europe.
The same hand which closed two
doors opened a third and by munis-
tukeulde sign bude Paul enter. The religious destiny of Europe was trembling in the balance. .Suppose Paul bad
been disobedient tn the heaveuly vis-
ion; History of tba world WODld have
tp be rewritten—some of tbe best p*rts
of tbe New Testament would bave to
be stricken uut including the Epistles
to tbe churches in Httapt, Bnt Panl
did uot begin bis career by disobeying a vision.. Early n«t morning he
found a ship and was on board.
Do not sin unto others as you would
tbat tbey should do unto you. Their
tastes may nut bo the sume.
WMIBBATION PIOUBBB
According to a statement from Ot
tawa immigration arrivals for September total 20,076, as compared, with 24,-
034 for September, 1010, an increase
of 21 per cent. The American arrivals'
numbered 11,49!) as compared with
ln,,'l'Jil for September last year, an in
crease of 12 per cent., while arrivals
hy u.'i'iiii ports were 17,69.1, against
13,77s for the same month last year.
For the flrst half of the fiscal yea;
the total immigration amounts to 241,
030, as against 204,382 for the same
period last year.
AUCTION SALE
HALF ACRES and 33-FT. LOTS
Adjoining CAPILANO HOTEL
Half acres in D.L. 604, lot 17, in
block A; lots 0, 13, 18, 10, 21, 26, 27,
32, in block O, size 66x265, double
frontage on two roads; also lots 15,
16, 22, 26, 27, 33, 34, 37, 38, 58, 50,
60, 85, size 33x122 lane.
Keep this data. In your mind and
come to the auction and remember tbe
following facta:
We cannot afford to advertise in 3
papers and rent a hall if the property
is not alright.
A guarantee and a description will
he given on each lot.
The reserve price is far below an
adjoining subdivision uow on the market, also far below a subdivision already sold in 670.
Date of Sale Saturday, Oct. 28th, at
Knights  of  Pythias  HsU, No. 108,
Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouvar...
Commencing at 3.30 slurp, rain or
shine.
HOWARD k MATHBIflON,
Auctioneers.
ksB^Cn.
Wt «HW0PB304li IPJJW?
The Thewopbipul Society meets in
North Vincouver In Boom IS, Aberdeen
Block (over th* pes* office) ayttj ffajh
nesdsy evening It 8 o'clock Attendance Is entirely free and carries no
obligations whatever. Yon are invited.
Thoosophical study and questions,    tf
NOTICE TO PBOPBBTY OWNBBB
Bewer Connections
PUBLIO NOTION Is hereby given
that all owners of real property fronting or abutting upon a street or lane
in which or under which a main or
common sewer is laid are hereby required to connect any building or premises upon such property with bucIi
main or commen sewer.
Permits may be ootalned from tbo
Plumbing Intpector at hie offlce at tbe
City Hall between the hours nf ti a,
m, and 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. and 9 p.m.
The following regulations govern tbe
construction or bouse or building con
lil'i'linins   with   siissi'l:,:     <
No hnuse sewer pipe shall have a
less faff than 1 to 40, unless special
permission is granted in writing by
tbe Council. Said pipes betweeh the
Iron pipe, to the connection of the
public sewer to be of the best quality
standard salt-glazed vitrified clay sewer pipe, and shall have a diameter of
not less than 4 inches. All pipes Bball
be sound and well burned throughout
their thickness, impervious to moisture, with a clear ring, smooth and
well glazed on interior and exterior
surfaces, free from flaws, cracks, blisters. Are cheeks or other imperfections,
The pipes must be so laid in the
trench that after the sewer ie completed, the interior eurface thereof, shall
be to a true and even grade.
In making the joints, a gasket of
oakum or hemp, freshly dipped in cement grout, must first be used and
packed into place. The joints shall
afterwards be tightly packed full and
bevelled off with mortar, composed ot
one part by volume of approved Portland cemeut to one part by volume of
approved sand.
All joints shall ne made water tight,
so that they will stand a bead of in
feet of water, when tested by the
Plumbing Inspector at the owner's,
plumber's or contractor's expense.
Ry order of the Council:
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
City Clerk.  ..tf
PROVINCIAL ELECTION ACT
RICHMOND ELECTORAL   DISTRICT
TAlii: NitTli'K that I have received objections In wilting to the reten-
fur Richmond ITI,,
Hon of the following names un the Realstei  of Voters
tural  Dlslrlcl  on  tne grounds stated below:
AND TAKE NOTICE that at a Court  of   Revision, to  In bald   on   the
alith day uf Nuvembar, lull, at the City Hall. Nurth Vancouvtr, B. C,
at tbe hour of ten o'clock In the forenoun, I shall hear and determine the
•aid obi.ell,,ns and unlet* auch named peraon or some other Provincial Volar on their behalf tatltflta me that tuch objections are not well founded, 1
shall strike tucb names off the tald Register.
DATED al North Vancouver this ninth day of October, nil
. If TlluMAH SIIEI'HEHD,
Registrar of Vutera.
The it,ll,,,s mi; persuns are reported absent  from the Dlilrlcl:
Name I'lace
1.      Abel, Arthur D Illllcreti.  8   Vancouver.      •
S.      Allen,  Jack    Nellun  lilun.l
I.      Allan, William      SStb  Avenue,  8.  Vancuuver
J       An.lersun. Allit  Bowen  Island
I.      Anthony, Reginald Ueurge  ..Vancouver
.7.      Archibald.  Hugh  W I'olluch Creek.
0. Armstrong.   Alexander    North   Vancouver.
I      AthLv, Alfred    Lynn  Valley,   B   C.
6       Athlon, John  Sechtli
I       Alklmon, William Henry ....North Vancouver.
I      Alklnton,   William   Henry   ..Hlllcrest  I'. 0.
IS       Austin,   David    North Vancouver
S.      H.,..,I,   s. imu, I    Mi   Plenum, .-iiiii Ave.
1. llualnw,   Frederick  John   ...North  Vancouver.
I.      Baker,  John    , ...(.'apllano
(I.      Umi.   William    ....Squamlsh.
if.      Barton.   John    24th Ave , 8 Vancouvtr,
0.      Bailer.   i'sinl.K     Norlh Vancouvtr.
6.      Beadley, Fred Jamet  llth Avenue, Hlllcrest.
it.      lli-.-s.rofl,   Vlctur  Rctflnehl   ..Nurth Vancouver.
Bell. Walter Oliphant  Norlh Vancouver.
Hsiinsjii   ' is. ,n- Ed.  ., North Vancouver
Bird, Sydney Arihur  North Vancouver
Bland. Joteph  Walton   Norlh Vancouver
Bonton, Robert F Hquaiiili.li
Bowet,  Wllllmii  Armour   North Vancouver.       <
Boyd,   William    North Vancuuver.
Hiliidi-n.   It.ji.i    J 16th ami Fraier Avenue, Vancouver.
Hi ..lin. William Squamlih
Bruokt,  Samutl    North Vancouver.
Brookt.  Thonmi    Squamlih
grown,   Frank    Bowen I.Ian.I
rown, John David  Squamlih
Brown, Sidney Lloyd   Squamlih.
Bruce. Albert  Stewart    North Vancouvtr.
itiiii.i,':..  John Thomaa   South Vancouver.
Butler, William Jottph   North Vancouver.
Bulierfleld. Janus T Squamlth
.'..In,    William    Home Road. 8   Vancouvtr.
Calder, William J   W Norlh  Vancouver.
Calvert. Edgar Thomas  North  Vancouver
I'.iiniibi-ll.   Norman    2Slh Street, North Vancouver.
Campbell,  William      North Vancouver.
Cmreller, Fred ,'  i'apllano Canyon.
''innn..i.   John   Norlh Vancouver.
I'hijtii-iiHijii, Edward Vlctur ..Squamlih
Clark, Oeurae Email*  2(0—gtth Avtnut Eut
Clarke    Edward   Duntro   ... E'« Lot It. Lot III, ltl.
'lin.,1,1.  wiiiiiiin    Soulh Vancouver
I'uuk,  Oeorge    north Vancouver.
Cornlih, Realnald I' Norlh Vancuuver
Crottluy.  I., ui*    Soulh Vancouver,
Crulienden. Jamet Henry     .North  Arm  Road
r'uinminei.   John   K liih and Welt Avenue
paley,   Fred    Norlh Vancouver.
in.',,i,i,i,   Jsmei  Howe Sound.
Denaugli. Alex   Futtet  South Vancouvtr.
plna-le, Fred George   Norlh Vancouver.
Iionkln. Fred  North Vaneouver.
I inn,Ins.'   m.jhj   F North Vancuuver.
In iiiniii.iii'l: n..i"ii lin, i,  gqoamlih.
puke.  William  Daliell    Hottl North Vancouver.
Dwan,  Joieph   , Lynn   Vtllty.
Kiln.in  Luuli W    South Vanrouver.
Fotherlnaham. William  Noith Vancouver.
Fox, Oeorge T North Vancouver.
Fraier. Donald   Norlh Vancouver
Fruter, Thomas Melvln  illliiun'i Landing.
Fruud.   Fred    South  Vancouver.
Frymlre. Conrad U.    North Vancouver
Fuller, Henry  WllloUKhby   ..North Vancouver
Fonntll,  Samuel    South Vancouver.
FyrTe, Thomaa B North Vancouver.
Onliiinlili.   David  D Bowen filand
Gardner.  Bertl*  Chtrlet    Norlh  Vancouver.
Galley.  Erneet    '..Squamlsh ,
Gibbon. Alan Howard  Norlh Vancouver .        i
Gllllei,  John   Harrli    Squamlih
Good, Holmond    Squamlsh
Gould,   Charlei  A Lynn  Valley ,
Graham.   A "lilt    Lynn  Valley.
Greenard, Grank    South Vancouvtr.
Orlmei, Henry John    South Vancouvtr.
Henry, John Kofi*   Soulh Vancouver.
Mickey.   Peter    Squamlih
Margins, John Jamet  South Vancouver.
Hill. Hylvetler  B Norlh Arm Road.
Hooper,  John   ., Vancouver.
IfOriies,  Duncan Manning  ...Glbaon'i  Undlng
Howard, Richard   Soulh Viaeouvtr
Hudaon.   Edward    South Vancouvtr.
Hyndman, Fran*    South Vancouvtr.
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2001.
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mil
2047.
jiff,
2088.
20S4.
2187.
2179.
2192.
2221.
2210.
2.123
3311.
2JJ6
3144
2IS2.
3179.
2397.
3391
2401).
2410
.'420
2422
Larger, L'urrlll   Lynn Valley.
Lawion.   David    North Vancouver
Lock wood   fcd. Carroll   17th itreet near Main itreet
Low, William  Norlh Vancouver. *
I.ounabui). William Elmer ..Lynn Valley.
I.uulet,   William    North  Vancouver
Madlll,  Arthur    Bquamlih
Magte, Charlei Weiley   8quamlah.
Mugee, James Douglas   Squamlsh
Mugee. Waller E Squamlih
Malley, Thomaa William    Norlh  Vancouver.
'■I.u Un. Thomaa Alexander  ..North Vancouver.
Sleek. Charlei Allan   Norlh Vancouver.
Meek, Albert Richard  Hlllcreil P. Q
Ho'.,"' Bet'Jamln  Hlver Road. Burnaby.
Mllllgan,  John    '. Ctnlral Park
Moore, William  South Vancouvtr.
Morgan, rred Winchester ...South Vancouvtr.
Munro. William Henry  Howe Sound
M. i'ni.ll..  Arthur Jamea   North Vancouver.
McClure. W. J Brackendale.
McConnell, Jamea gulnton .. .Squamlih.
M. i'ull... k John Henry  Squamlih.
McDonald, Allan Orr   Ctntraj Park.
McDonald.  Duncan    Lynn Valley.
Mclioua.ill    I ..imii    Howe Sound.
M. Fallen, iliarlea  Central   Park.
McFarlan.   Oeurae    Central   Park.
McQIaihan, Charlee Newt.m ..Snulh Vancouver
McGregor, Dougall    Main ttreet. near 17th.
Milnlw<li.   Alex Csquamlah.
Mclnimh. Jamet F iSth Ave   and West. Road, Vancouvei
McKay, Adam L  Centra] Park
McKlm. William Charlei  ....Lynn Valley.
McMillan. Laughlln  North Vaneouver.      '
M.'Nanghion, Robert Y South Vancouver.
Neate.  Stephen   Richmond   ..North  Vancouver
Newman. Oeorga   North  Vancouver.
Noil, John    Upper Squamlih
Norrli, Robtrt   Lynn Valley.
iik,..is.  Samutl    8qutmlih
OTionoghue,   John    North Vancouver.
Paddy, Oeorge    Squamlsh.
Palnlon.  George   Reid    Squamlih.
Parker. William  Cedar Cottage.
Pallerioii,   William    Lynn Vallty.
Peinon. John t Epworth
North  -
Plcton-Warlow, au, k John ..North Vancouvtr.
Porttr, Charlci Lot t, Ward 3, Mapltwood.
Porter, William John  North  Vancouver.
Pryct, Carl A. R,  North   Vancouver.
Hedmond.  Jamei    HI,,   Lake
Hubert!. Arihur Moody   North Vancouver.
Robertton, Albert Fred  North Vancouver.
Roger, David  Norlh Vancouver.
Bullion.   George    Lynn   Vail,
Rose, Julin Buchir   North Vancouver
Run, Robt Gordon  Norlh Vincouvtr.
Roy, Antonle   Squamlih
Baunden. Edward Olio  Soulh Vaucouvtr
Schtrf,   Amoi    Moodyvllle.
Scott, Thomaa Turner    Squamlih.
Smith,  Jamet Albert    South Vincouvtr.
Smith. Lewlt Ltfford  Ctnlral Park.
Sorrtll, Walttr  Squamlih
Bpence. Stepnen Harold   North Va.    jvtr.
Hplltlfury, Benjamin Ward  ..Nurlh  Vancouver
Squire.  Reginald   II   J.
Slaufftr. Caeaar Htnry  .
Staufltr,   John	
Stephen. Alexander  	
Sleliheni. Stanley 	
Still,   Arihur   	
Smart. Victor 	
Sulllvin,   lnl.il   	
Sweeten. Emereon Allan
Sweelman.. Frank  South Vancouvtr
SwMtm.n   William churl.-i ..South. Vincouver
girn.t
orlh Vincouver.
Upper Squamlah.
Squaml.h
North  Vancouver
North  Vancouver.
M'i'.'isvlll.
m nnv. I
culver
.........   , iu,,
Moodyvlllt
Norlh Vane
North vine
Half Price Sale
In anUi to nwMt o complete clearwip of all summer
lines and thus made roam for the iww fall crder« Mrejidy   •
invoiced, we will tell for half price the undermentioned
. item'. „
J5,00 Ladies' Wash Suit", white and colore, sale  $2.50
7,50 Ladies' We«h Suiti, white and colors, sale $3.75
Sizet 34, 36 and 38 only.
Boy's, and Girl's Summer Hat«, regular price 25c to
JlOOiiele     HALF PRICE
Ladies' Lawn Wai»U, slightly wiled i a large variety of
patternsi HALF PRICE
Ladies' and Girl's Parasols, tanging from 25c in Girl's and
JIOOinLadiei'  .ale , HALF PRICE
Boy'i Wash Suiu. sale THIRD OFF
Gent'. Straw Hat. HALF PRICE
Gent'. Summer Ve«t. HALF PRICE   .
J.J.McALEECE
91-95 LQNSDALE AVENUE      PHONE 93
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CAPILANO CAR TERMINUS
117e have a lew splendid building lots, each 49x139 leet,
within 5 minutes (rom 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
good investment.
John Alexander & Co.
121 LONSDALE AVE., NOBTH VANCOUVER
SPECIAL OFFER
50 feet, facing park, on Sussex
$900
One third cash,
I II «■■ I I J_ I ■       II    I II | |       MMMM    ..
JACK LOUTET & CO.
213 Lonidale Ave, Tel, 47
Cor. Nye St. Tel. 87
Vancouver Business Directory
Altllt 1VTA1STS.
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED 	
 ACCOUNTANTS
319 Pander atrttt, Vancouver
aod
North Vancouver
BATHi.
KALLETHE'S BATHS
Corner Homer and Pender Sis
Sutton, wiiiium Otorgt
Tinor, ' I- i'u 11' 	
Tuylur. O.-o.-tit Willi,.„
Taylor, John  ,,.,	
Tayjor, John  	
ir.ir.r,  Wilttr   	
Triln, Adam Cilmi ...
Turntr. Tiontlii
Wird. f.
*. 11 ii in i.
Oliilitont.
...Hlllcrttl   P.  O.
...North   Vincouvtr
...North Vincouvtr.
'Thi 1.si   Park
. ...South   Vuncouvtr.
....Lynn Vallty
.... Moody villi
.Ctnlral Park.
[jii
win  Tbt
*m\ltji> Hugh ....
OT,::::::
fltorw
JPerclvaT .,
beinui   ..,,
.South Vancouvtr.
. .North   vancouvtr.
SIlUUUlllll
ifisth Vancouvtr.
oulh Vincouvtr
ar
A Ontario Strut, VaBcou»ar.
__F
'•fib Vancouvtr
it Ml
Wtrlnj, Arthur   North Vancouvtr
Wclhtrnll. Jamts n Soulh Vancouver.
Wlllltniir. Orethim Brltton  ..Norlh Vincouvtr
Wllllum.   John   Moodyvlllt
Wllilt. Thomii   South Vancouvtr.
Wilton,  Oiaoodt    1'pl'tr Sousmlih,..
Wllithirt.  Francla John    ...Boowcil ifuu.l   Ulllcrtlt.
Woudhuii.t   Htnry Jimti ...Moodyvllle
Vt'oodi. ''hint!  Moodyvllle.
Wilulii  John  ., Squamlih
1 following ptnont an reported dictii*4:
Name Plact.
Balinaln   John Walktr    North Vincouver.
Sailer  1'utrlck  ..North Vancouver.
.11, Andrtw Duncan  Soulh Vancouvtr
urgt, Wllllum Ohirlta  Soulh Vancouver
Cole. Otorgt Htnry  South Vancouver
Crofle. John I'hirlei ThuritunNorlh Vin
Diy.  Frederick  B f. ..North Vin
Mown...   Julin Norlh Van
III. Evin   I'edif
rftr, tl    '
tiitli Waddell
lldrr, Jamie 	
Fowler. Jamet Morehoute
(••ulhirlnahim.  Wlllltm   ..
anowell, John Angue
11, Willi.
ncouver.
couver.
ncouver.
Coltige,  Vancouvtr.
Norlh Vincouver.
Norlh Vancouver
Kpwurth
North Vancouger
North yancou»Sr.
North  Vancouver.
' %rk
anowell. William
amen.   ''Iirfillan    Cenlnl
Indie,   Alfred     Kpworth
ughei. f'h.rl.i Pirllt  Vancouver
ufhani. Henry Kdward   ... gamWtr Iilund
ixptm   Henry KJward   ....OamWtr
til Thomas    Squamlih
».Ppd.,i-
Iter, wlfll*«i Palm
I3-. Ai'h'iiuy
,jBCOUVtr
iiii Wtalmlntttr Avi.
andull   R
lllim Palmer  Norlb Vancouver
Upper Suueiril.h
ioa'1 Undlng
■Uoelrilii'
*o|llB Vancouver
::«'
The only up-to-date and reliable bath house in Britlab Columbia.
We cure where others fail.
Sitisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plain baths, electric baths,
shower baths, massage for ho
dy, scalp and face ; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS. KAIXETHE, PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin, Germany
..mm us
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
^   GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
Bl llill.lt   s Mill's.
THE GEO. H.  HEWITT CO.
Manufacturers
hiMIQE III RIB HTJiirS
Sign and Price Markers
lo Fairfield Bid.      Fone Wtnyt
III   U.  I>T HIT
— ■I     .-SI SB
111 sim;s< COI.UH.M.
SPROTT-SHAW Buiiuii Allege
.    336 Hastings St. W.
Canadaa G.iat.al W.ilirn School
R. J, Sprott, B,A., ■ -Manager
1
PITMAN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
(}1 Seymour «-, Vancouver
Day achool open all the year
round, Night school commenc-
m September Ith.
Yorkshire Guarantee ft Securities
Corporation, Limited
44o Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE i
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENT*
ESTATES, MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgate — Manager
BKSTAIJBAMTS.
 _
ill Nortli Vaneouvir people wi at
LEONARDS'
Either Flack Block or Baitings fit.,
opposite tb new post offioe, Imsu—
sells bis _s by tin pound. •<"T"v .     ■> ■-   : ' - ••-. .   •:■
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THE EXPRESS, NQtJTH VANCOUVER. B, C,
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We are offering an unusual display of fashonabie quality
hand bags upon which the designer and workmen have utilised their best efforts. In the construction of these bags a
leather hai been used which promises a long and pleasing
wear, retaining ils freshness when inferior material will have
become shabby and unpresentable.
Opera Glasses
We are offering just such a stock of glasses as the
searcher after quality and those who appreciate the genuine
care to choose from. These glasses are of French manufacture which speaks volumes for their worth. The lenses
are powerful, the mountings beautiful, attractive and neat.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewelers and Silversmiths
Hastings and Granville Streets   -   -   ■   Vancouver, B. C.
HAVE YOU SEEN THEM?
EL FBBOO
the electric coffee per
, "Is'Iiii t
BL 8T0V0
the disc on which the
electric current will do
your cooking!
bl Bono
tin1 immersion heater
for lioiling water quickly)
"HOTPODfT"
Electric Iron, the indie
|icimolilc convenience (or
ironing ileyt
Drop in at our office at 50 LONSDALE AVENUE and see how
your kitchen cares may be lightened by tlie use of these inventions.
All Are Operated by Connection With
an   Ordinary   Electric   Light   Socket.
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B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., LTD.      Phone 66
Charge of Receiving
Stolen Cordwood
WABHIK0 70 WOODOlJWBBa
A complicate.! case involving t charge
of receiving atolon goods wss heard by
Magistrate Kealy at the city hell yesterday morning. The accused wu 11.
Whalley snd tbe goods in question consisted of n quantity of cord-wooil.
Ur. Buggies appeared for tbe defence.
Ur. W. Miller, the complsinant, said
that tbe wood had been taken from
bis lot facing 26th street, namely lot
6, block 330, district lot 546. There
were about eight cords of it, and be
estimated the vglue of it at about it.
He had given instructions that tbe
wood was dot to he taken, but discovered later that it was gone,
Mrs. Miller gave corroborative evidence and related a conversation which
took place between the accused and bor
husband in which her husband refused
to sell tho wood in question.
A woodcutter named Dunvllle discoursed on the technicalities of woodcutting, and admitted that in his trade
verbal permission to cut was sufficient
to go to work upon. Questioned by
the magistrate as to how he knew
whether the person who gave him permission was authorized to do so, the
woodcutter said he took that for granted. - Whereupon' Mr. Kealy gave
warning to all woodcutters that in bis
opinion such a proceeding was very
risky.
Mr. Alexundcr Philip spoke ss to
selling the lot under discussion lo Mr,
Miller.
Mr. Ituggles mu ii- ;i lengthy speech
alleging that the necessary permission
had been given uriginnlly hut had lieen
revoked iu unler tu bring Ihe accused
into court in setllemeut of some past
grievance.
Magistrate Kealy said he would
reserve his judgment until Monday, hut
on being reminded that that wus
Thanksgiving Day, hied upou Tuesday.
The B, 0. Poultry Association, |»
conjunction with Ibe Vancouver p*bl-
bition board, is conducting an egg-laying contest—ths fi"t to be Inaugurated
on the American continent by tbe way
—on tbs grounds of the Vancoqver ei-
hibltion, Hastings Park. It commenced on October 30, 1011, snd will conclude Septemher 20, 1618.
Tbe importance of this contest snd
the benefit to be derived by the poultry
industry, more especially in this province, is already fully recognized by
the provincial government who have
donated (100 towards the prise fund.
In addition the Vancouver exhibition
board and the B. (I, Poultry Association have also each donated (100.
Valuable experiments will be run
during the competition, and it is the
intention of the committee to publish
monthly detailed report! of the progress of the contest, giving the number
of eggs laid by each pen, together with
name of breed, price received for eggs,
etc.
Beauty is all very well at first sight
Inn whoever looks at it when it has
been in the house three days.,*
HALLOWE'EN DANCE
The annual Hallowe'en dance under
tlie auspices of bt Andrew's and Caledonian Society, which was originally
announced to Uke place un October
31st, will be held tho following evening, namely Wednesday, November 1st,
Au excellent program litis lieen prepared and il is expected that this year's
function will be even greater than that
which Iui- remjercd the occasion so enjoyable in former years.
OA8H PBI0B8 SATURDAY at tlie
UP-TO-DATE OBOOBBY, 366 to 860
First street esst.  Pbone L112,
B, CSugar, 16 lb. sack for ....$1.10
With 3 lb. of our Pamod "Maypole" Golden Tip". Tea
at   -Ilie per lb.
St. Charles Cream,   10c per tin
(large tins)
Peas, Corn and Tomatoes, 2 tins for 2oc
(new season pack)
Eggs, strictly fresh, 3 dozen fur (1,0(1
Maypole Butter  3 Ib. fur $1.00
lliee, Finest ,Tapan  6 lb for 26c
Oranges, sweet and juicy, 20c per dot.
Fresh ground Coffee, 26c per 1" lb, tin
'The roads are now In good order,
dome in your thousands and avoid ths
crush."
tf S. BITOHIE,
N. V. WOODYARD
10,000 cords of dry Dr wood for quick
sale. Price per odd cords, $4.50.
Special quotations for larger quantities. Cut Wood, 16 inches, $3.00,
12 inches, $3.25.   C. 0. D.
Office and Yard—I4lh and Lonidale
Phone 190.    P. 0. Box 2432.
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NORTH VANCOUVER
ew'
Adjourned Annual General Meeting
City Hall, Friday, Oct. 27th, 8 p.m.
Election of Officers
Ducuuion of metten pertaining to
foreahore leaae
City Sewera
B. C. El. Ry. Car*, etc., etc.
Hay, Flour & Feed
Owing to larger warehouse accomodation, we are now in e position to
carry a larger and more complete
itock of these goodi end to supply
our customers tt Vtncouver priest.
All Orderi Delivered Promptly.
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
116 Eiplanade East    *     -    Phone 4
A Little Friendly Talk on Doors
Wc have une of the largest and best designed stock of
Front Doors that can hu secured anywhere iu 13. C. We have
about to different designs lo choose from which range in
price Irom $3.75 to $25.00. We make a specialty of the
"Pasadena Douk," a handsome, massive piece of work,
one which is especially suited to bungalows, and the modern
style of architecture. If you are interested call aud let us
show you our display. We can also supply vou with Interior
Doors in hr or cedar in 1, 2,3, 4, 5 or 6 panel or in the craftsman designs.   Call and ask to see them for yourself.
DICKINSON & SON
ESPLANADE EAST
P. 0. Box
1719/
Phone m
HASTINGS GROVEM "^ ■*
East—D. L. 208
LOTS $245
$90  CASH. BALANCE 1 AND 2 YEARS, or
$40
$10
CASH, BAUNCE 6, 12, 18 AND 24 MONTHS, or
CASH and $5 a MONTH, WITH BAUNCE IN 2 YEARS
tm
' '
~——
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 ^HgWope 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.
' VI... f.i ,
TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 5654 Board of Trade Banquet
Tlie complete.) program tor tbt Second Ainiusl Banquet
of Ifartji Vmooqver Board at Tntda, at Hotel North Vancouver,
on Tuesilay evening, October Hist »liow» tbat tbe committee
bave ilonn tbeir part in order to make tbe occasion one tbat
will take place In the foremost ranks amongst tbe seaion's
functions.
Tickets pre now on sale aud may lie obtained from any
member of tbe Ejeontlve or at tbe following plaoen—Oivie
Information Bureau, Aleiander Smith k do., Thomas' Drug
, Hi ons, The l ..'iiiiiii .1 Siils- Co., McDowell's Drug Store, Nortb
Wiims Frees, Limited, Everybody's Shoe Store, the tonsdale
Pharmacy.
The program ss thu* far arrauged, is as follows!
TOAST LIST
THE KINO
Ily the Chairman
BONO BY MB, HOOLKY
DOMINION QOVEBNMENT
Proposed by 0, H. Morden
Ileuponded to liy II. If. Stevens
MONO HY MB. SHARP
PROVINCIAL OOVERNMENT
Propoaed by tamhert Bond
Bospomlei! lo liy Hon. P. Carter-Cotton ami other*
QUABTETTE
Miwr.-. Ward, Sharp, Ward and Farmer
NOBTH VANCOUVER BOARD OF TRADE   , .
Proposed by Mayor Taylor
liespoinlesl to by president  Alexnii'lrr Smith
1st Vise I'rcsiilcisi E. II. Bridgman
2nd Vice-Presislent A. E. Kealy
80NU BY MR. ADAMSON
f
SjfiTER  HOARDS OF TRADE
Proposed by Eil'res. Aleisumler Pbilip
Bespouded to by any present
BONO BY MR. STOVELL
THE PRE.SS
Proposal) by .1. F. O'C, Wooi)
Responded to by Press representatives
QUABTETTB
Messrs. Ward, Sharp, Wanl ami Farmer
If time permils other musical items will be given
Wines
MENU
soups
Eastern Oyster a la Creme
RELISHES
Celery      Fresh Slices! Tomatoes
FISH
Capilano Rainbow Trout, Hollamlaise Sauce
BOILED
Leg of Lamb, Freuch Capers
BNTBBBB
Spring Chicken Pale n la Heine
BOASTS
Sirloin of Prime Heef aud Horse Ra<lisb
Young Turkey eu Cressan ami Cranlicyy Sauce
VEUETABLBS
Sleainesl ami Masbc<l Potatoes
1 . ■ ■ ■ i. 11 - -. ■• •' en Cream French Pea*.
SALADS
Lobster anil Mayonnaise Sauce
DEB8BBT
Knglisli Plum Pudding, llur.l Brandy Sauce
Hot Mince Pie
Assorted Cake* Nut* ami Baisins
Tea and Coffee
Beer
Cigars
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER. B, C,
LQ0ALNBWBITBM8
There was no business (o be laid before the boardjf ferry directors yes-
terdsy afternoon.
The work on the First Baptist church
on tbe corner of 13th street and St.
George's Ave. I* progressing rapidly,
Tbe outside i* nearly completed. The
congregation expect to occupy Hie
building about the'middle of December.
Private Oreeting Cards for Christmas and New Year. Splendid assortment to choose from. Cards printed
with name ami a<ldre*a from il.'lh per
dozen. Phone UU and our representative, Mr. Bcliwesller, will call with specimen book. .North Shore Pres* Ltd.
The adjourueil annual meeting of tlio
Ratepayer*' Association will take plui-c
in tbe city bail on Friday evening,
When several important matters will
come up for discussion. See advt. on
page 7.
The CheslcrAebl school Literary uml
Debating Society arguesl on W.'slnes-
day night Hie respective advantages
Of classis-ui ami mathematical cslucu-
loin. Tlio controversy closed In favor of the classics. Prior to tbe .le-
bate a short concert took place.
The special general meeting of Ibe
directors of the Horticultural Society,
whicii was cullcsl for Tnesiluy night,
was  is.i si.- s   until   Thursiluy   next.
The purpose uf the meeting will lie to
ratify the pfoposul of the jlirectnrs iim
to the renewal of tlie mortgage ami the
laying out of tlie grounds ami uny
other business Ibul may lie brought for
ward.
A commencement has been nia>le
upon tlie construction of tlie North
Vancouver Lumber Company'* large
sawmill plaul on the newly leased
property facing the Imliau mission, it
will be rememliere.l that Mr. J, A. McAllister on bebalf of Ihe company secured Ibis aplendid piece of laml Irom
the government on a, lease in purpet-
uity.
Operations have lieeu commenced
upon a number of the new residences
iu the west and of the eity in the
neighborhooil of llewieke Avenue ami
district lilt 868. The city is also open
ing up 10th street from Rewirko to
Fell Avenue ami bridging 3rd street.
Upon Ihu completion of this work H
i.mi.i "in residence will lie commenced
upon immediately west of Fell Avenue
where the ground . work bus already
been started.
That careless sliscburgiiig of Hrenrms
will not be countenanced in the North
Vancouver diitrict is quits apparent
from the four convictions made before
Police Magistrate McNaught yesterlay
afternoon. Two of Ihe offenders were
fined $10 and cost* each, ami two juvenilis were very severely reprimanded
and let out on suspendeil sentence with
mill:-..-itno, of their guns. The olieuil-
era were arrestesl by Constable Oermyn
and the prosecution conducted by Major Toft, chief of polica
North Vancouver Business & Professional Cards
I.  I III   VI  Wl!-.
Percy   tj    Howani U.   J.   I'i nm
City   Auditor.
HOWARD k PERRIN
Auditor*   ond   Accouatanta
616  I'ender tit.   W.      P, 0.  Box  2236
i'l,,.in   8837 Phone IS2
Vancouver        North Vancouver
BARBISTEB
H. D. RUGGLES
BABB1STEB
NOTABY PUBLIC
1_3 Oth Street Eait North Venoower
Phon. 973
4 iihthai tiihs.
The New Block on Lonsdale Aveaue
near the Ferry  Approach
«aa built by
SMITH BROTHERS
Qmntel Contractors
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
B. E. CLARK
ENGINEERS
Contras-tors for reinforced concrete
construction. Sewering in all its
branches; house coniiectidns a specialty.    Estimate*  furnished.
Office: 20 Lonsdale Ave.       I'lione lit
iiii. i. Minus.
R. H. TARN
Pioneer Horaeahoer - Carriage Work*
WBST STBEET WEST k LONSDALE
HllllhS  AMI Svm'lUM-.KV.
THE LEONARDSALE CO.
Booksellers and Stationera
Cor. Lonadale and 1st.        Phone H:i
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
ui morns i th
CHIROPRACTIC
he* dlacovered the ram. «r INmii lo
IM Pressure on nerves—Hopping the
Venn Cantata which produce functional activity. Wc liberate the Power Currents by removing tbe Pressure
-and health ll restored K. 3. Irwln.
Uil, Pr at Chiropractic, 239 llth
Pttetl, Worlli  Vaucou.er.
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wnOrtetmAIHKU
CAM-IT
ijsmno mm Bwk 9 9, k.
Immltk m mmhmade
fwnymmammmwmw mmm9  mmw^mmwrn^-m
WM. MORRIS
PRACTICAL   FIREPLACE
AND CHIMNEY JII.ILDEH
Pressed Bri< k Mantles a Specialty.
Phone I.l I:'
u Craib W. Craib
A. CRAIB k SON
CONTRACTORS -AND BUILDERS
In Concrete, Brick and Wood.
Office: 1)7 FIHST STBEET EAST
MUI.   I'.M.IM'.I-TH*.
ANGUS J. CAMERON
A.H.I.E. k S.
CIVII, ENGINEER
Irrigation, Trailing,, leveJe, plans
and apacifications. Septic tanks end
bouse drainage a apecialty. P. 0.
Boi 344, lOtl street wart of Bewick*
Avanua.
Klllil ATIOKAI,
North Vancouvtr
College uii Copying Officii
tm m* Bv»»l»« cittatt
"Knowledge le Power" and Educ*-
tl»n wins where competition Is keen.
Otmt delay hut maillot oarlkujari
to Iflu gfilcbtn Kmimnluri, Itmk
on Chambers, Lonadale lii.,
'-eevtr.
'Ill I IM  111
MISS COLLIE
Up-to-date Millinery
Moderlao Bate*
Keith Block    63 Lonsdale Ave.
Mil (III    I'l III II
FRED G. TURNER
NOTABY PUBLIC
Loans,   Investment!   and   Insurance.
Boom 307, Ml Oranvllle .St., Vanoouver, B. 0. Pbone iOM.   Und llagia
try work a specially.
Mr. ,Wtot Barron, 'moAom of
tin lines of fM B, 0. B, Bi Co., tttoti-
ed tq tbo nity on Tuesday after a holiday pf sbfM weeks spent mostly at
Grand Forks.
—. '     .i—
DEDICATION OP ST. JOHN'S BBC
TOBY
On Thursday evening the new rectory recently completed for Bt. John's
church was formally dedicated hy the
Venerable Archdeacon Pentreath, wbo
he* been identified with the church
since its Inception, A large number of
the congregation assembled, and the
dedication ceremony ovor, the proced-
ings merged into n most enjoyable
social. The rector, the Rev. Hugh
Hooper ami Mrs. Hooper woro universally congratulated on the appearance,
external and internal, of (heir new
home, which is a modem niue-rooino.l
house of the most convenient typo.
Mr. Ilayinoini Jameson, tlio architect,
ami Messrs. Allan and Mi'Kay, the
contractors, have displayed excellent,
taste ami prowess iu it* erection, and
it now im - ii inr ,i po*ition, suitably
near Injhe church, on Sth street upon
a lol uliis'b was purbuscd in 10117 for
1780, Tliursilay evening's event con-
slitiile<l another milestone in the
sicii'iy progress of the church. 'A little mora than four years ago Bt.
John's wns an ai<le<l mission Including all Ihe territory on the uorlli shore
of the Intel. Services were then con-
slusied in & liny building ubout il
feel liy .'la feel, and loday this sums.'
building, est ended, is utilised us a parish ball. In July, IIIIIII, the new church
was dcilisuled by Hie Right Rev. John
Dart, D.D., lute bishop of the diocesO,
the cornerstone huving been luisl four
mouths previously by Archdeacon Centres tli. Miii'li of tbe church's present
nest appearance i* due to tbe rector'*
ailmirulile faculty for tucking up his
shirt sleeves ami setting lo work in
goiisl earnest. Mr. Hooper is to be
congratulate.! upon tbi* fas-ulty almost
as heartily us upon the possession of
the new rectory, whicii, it is hoped, be
ami his wife will long occupy.
SAW  I 11 I lis.
DONALD DOWIE
Saw Filer ami (Hinder. All kinds of
liuml, cross cut and buck saws set
and iii,.! at shortest notice. 146 3rd
street etsl. North Vancouver.
TAII.IlHK.
E. LAURIN
High .-lass Ladiea' and Gtnt's Tailoring
Phone 207
KEITH BWCK, FIRST STREET
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
Tit. Ill Its   (III Ml |.
SAM. T. SUTTON
TEACgEB OF PIANO and THEOBY
Specialty : Children'* leucot at own
' home.  Term*, ttc,, apply General
Delivery.
eva a. Mcdonald
Teacher of PIA-0 PUTWO.
For Uw, etc., npyly EoacU;
Md Thwsdnjr.
SMT..IHI.K.
VANCOUVEB IN TABLOID
"Vaueouver In Tabloid" exactly ex
presses the nature of a well printed
booklet just issslesl by the Vancuuver
Tourist Association, It consist* of
sixty four puges, all illustrated with
ompreheniive views of tbe city. The
oulents of Ilie tabloid ure arraugesl
alphabetically from ''Age'' to "Water
Supply". The booklet is undoubtedly
the best thing of its kiml which has
been publishes! iu Vumouver. Its col
lection of fuels ami figures includes the
latest data available ut the time of
going to press. Folded into the hack
of the book is a large mup nf Vuncuu.
ver ami adjui-ciit municipalilies, show
iug <ar lines in red ami also proposes!
lines. The map includes Point Grey,
North Vancouver, Lulu Islaml, Bur
nul.y, New Westniiuler ami Coipiitlam.
There are paragraphs stealing with ca/li
of these plas-es. The photographs arc
views of Vancouver's park*, school
beaches, wholesale, retail ami financial
sections. There arc also many pictures
of important pul,lis- buildings. The
facts in the biiuk muke an interesting
atatiatical romance of Vancouver's
growth ami activities. The cover is a
iiluiii reproduction of u Vancouver
Lsii,ni scene. "Vancouver in taldoid"
'au now be bought at the Tourist. Association rooms, liiTI Granville street,
for 10 cents each.
WATEBWOBKB
PUBMO NOTICE Is hereby giverf
Ibal the rebate allowed on payments
for Ibe current quarter in.nil. closes
on Oct. :il, lllll.
H. HUMPHREY"),
17-10 Collector.
Vancouver, B. (,',,
isl   October,   lllll.
NOTICE
s NOTICK is hereby given that Percy
Ward ba* retired from tins business
heretofore clrrled on liy Percy Ward,
Churles Man.cl llurinester and Hans
von Oraeyinits, under the style of the
llrin of Ward, Hurinester k von Grae-
veiilt?., a* nt Hie above date.
George Graham Palmer has acquired
the inlerest of the said Percy War) in
the said liuslnea* which in future will
be carried on in partnership by George
Oreyham Palmer, Charle* Manscl Bus
mester ami Han* von Graevcnitr, under
tba style of firm of Palmer, Burmcs
ler ami vol! Graevenit/..
PEBCY WABD,
OKOKGK GHBYHAM PALMER,
CHAHLEts; MANHEL BI'HMKBTKH,
HANS VON GRAEVENIT/,.
Hi
WATCH  HKFAIHINIi.
Ii your watch etopping or going irrt
gularly?  See
A. I HOOD
The Nortn Vee->»v«r Expert
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SHOOT
Mountain Goat,
Deer, Bear,
arae
Our Stock Of WINOHESTBB, HAV
AOB, REMINGTON, MAUSBB and
other Blfles bu been carefully selected
snd we have tbi calibre but suited
to your particular requirement, Everything needed by tbe practical buuter.
paine & McMillan
Phone 12.
Wholesale and Retail Hardware
FIRST STREET AND LONSDALE
$10 Cash
and $5.00 monthly
WITHOUT INTEREST
'-■   ' ' ■   ■■■  ■ i —
buys a cleared level lot at Red Deer, Alta.
Price $ 100 each   Double Corners $225
NINB BAILBOADB are nm un^pr construction from Red Doer. Tho
town ha* waler, sewers, cleetjjc,light, telephones, lire department,
churches, schools, mills, factorins magnificent laml, unlimited supply of
coal and timber.   Your money will giow rapidly.   Get foil particulars
from
D. MacLURG
340 PENDEB STBBET W.
VANCOUVEB, B, O.
SPECIAL
LoU I and 2, Block 9, D. L. 616.    84 feet on carline
Inside city limits.   All cleared.
Only $1500
$375 cash, balance easy.     Can be sold singly il desired.
CARDINALL & MacGREGOR
103  ESPLANADE  (OLD FOBT OFFICE)
Pbons 263 ' P. 0. Box 2346
We are making a specially ol Houses. We shall be pleated
to list any you have (or sale or rent.
SPECIALS
THIS WEEK
at tbe Cut Rate Drug Store
Fellow's Syrup  $1,00 bottle
Allenbury's Food , 85c. tin
 $9.60 dot,
Hot Water Buttles, guaranteed
for one year  $1.75
Hot Water Bottles, guaranteed
for two years $2.50
Wincarnis $1.25 and $2.00 bottle
Antipon, large size $1,76
We have now on isle a new stock of
Safety Razora aimilar to Gillette*
from v $1.50 to $8.00 each
u*9mm
North Shore Drug Co.
P. S. THOMAS, Pb«. B„ Dntgfiit
Uf ESPLANADE WEST. Plume 311

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