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the ucpiulic .porta committee, Commodore .1. .1. Woods; chnirjnen ol
printing uiul advertising' cornnritt.e,
Aid. Bin; cbsirmon ol enlertuinniai.'
cuminilleu, Mayor McNeiah ; choirmun
ol tho cblidrene' iports committer, Mr.
Bennett, principal ul the Central
school; chairman ol adult sports committee, Aoling-Bceve Allan i chuirnm ,
of the aiiiiimiory industrial pund
committee, G. H. Morden. The meeting Waa adjoum'd till Friday. 36th
lust.	
| |». HOOD GETS AI'ppjN'IMENT
Ai a meeting pi tbe .loini Civic Advertising Commiiicu on Wodpiedsy afternoon Mr. W. II. Hhod wma sppo nt
ed Ihe secretary manager of Hie Norlli
V unci un ci Free Employment Agin.-y
and Information Bunny at a salary
ol 175 per niAyth. Jibe coft ol the
operiilion ol ihiVyil/liIulion (or th
renin inli-i ol I lie Ay .ni year will lie
approximately £L3Hn\,f whi.h lb; d s-
trict and city, council, huve c. ntribul
l.I (1,11)0, the latter promising rtl.I
ahould farther aid be re piind of then,
nu nil.litiuiiiil donation would be cm
sidered.
NutwbM UJ
	
I. ,.;.fi
Ferry Directorate Meets
Board of Trade to'
Bapreeentations as to Post Ollice In
conveniences Will 8| fcinf'tq Dominion Government.
The allendiinoo at the mtel 'nr ol the
Hiard 4 Trade which woe couvinel
IU Wednesday evening wae lo ansall
that conssquenlly a good deal ol I 111-
ocm that would hive oih rwiie lieu
handled, w0s led over lor a lulls.'
aitendcd meeting un Tuesday night
next.
Two application! for membership on
Ue Board were accepted i ml will be
fnia.l on ni the next lojulnr meet'ni.
They were: W. B. Hood and Mr. Shoemaker, ol "Shoemaker * Mel oop,,"
printen.
A memorial which reprcsinled tbo
urgent need (nr bctler temporary poll
office lacililica and rocnnimmd'n [ a
•lore in Ihe Bunk of Hamilton Illock,
had been drs-n up nl il lf»" th"
unanimous wish ol tbo lb) id fail il
be lorwjnhd to the I o. i T-J ypietii-
meal at Ottawa imm d ut ly,
The suggeilii n ol Mr. A. I hiip,
president, tbat Ibe Board make a do.
nation in Ik- us.il in the purchaio ui n
cup ae a prise in tbe eppruiich ng
horse show was approved by tho mi inhere and Hie motion by Mr. Bridgman
la this effect was carried, it being decided lo vote 136 or $30 lo Ihis nil-
jsst.
The preparation ol a memorial lobe
lot-warded lo the (jovernor-Gen-r.il,
making reprsoeutetions in fov.,r ol heller laciliiiea and prolccliun 1or llurrard Inlet was prearnte.l in dr ill lorm
by Mr. Philip, but nwing to Iho in
sufficient number, present the completion was deferred until lho next meeting. The memorial, however, ' wai
read and tha chief poinia with which
il will deal are ue follows:
' I. Whether one or mure harbor
boards should be lornied lu lake control »( Ihe shipping inlercsls in the
whole or a part ol the harbor nl Vancouver having mure particular refer-
race lo Ihe need and opportunity lur
Ihe construction ol extensive h rho*
works oa lb; Norlh Shore uml ll >
how il ur I hey
aad governed.
District Council
Mr. A. II Diplock, president of Ihu
Seymour Lumber Compuny in a Idler to Hie districl council lusl evening advised Ihut body ihul his com
pony were c nsiil.-i m at art ing u n.-w
sawmill in D. I,. HiH and in belmllul
Ibein applied lur Blending lumber un
Ihis district lot as iiecise-iry f,r sit
in pi i mini in; a a * n I"-ti> By
inolion ol Coun. Ilridgmun Ihe lumber was granted al a rule ol h rente
por thousand.
The Bed Fir Lumber Co. reported
that their sawmill in the vicn ly ol
Bocbc Point would comuunee "|"in
lion within six weeks. The urilcr
roi|ueelod co-operation bctwcui the
cily engineer and Ihe Cumpaoy'e an
gineer in cunnectiun wilb the supply-
ing ul water In Ihe mill and also in
I'olllie.-lli.n   wilh   lho   opill n.j   ol   I"."I
iiil!.,■-. 1.1 In ih   mill properly. I'euliu
denied lhal Ihe Bsd Fir Lumber l'q.
h uid be ,-. n titii'el   ii'ie in any Way connected   with  the
linpn.nl Cur mil Shipbuilding   Com-
3.   Vtlii,i   .hud,I   the limits   ol   Ih; fully aa rumorid.
juriidicliun 4 such n l,uard or houi.l.     An oiler In in Wm. fiermyn lor
he?
Ill.-ieb,.1.1 illlle   I,sin    up   II     I..    I.-i     111
1.  What improvemrnie me m..el ur- j60 cents per cord was acceptid,   ft.,
genlly needed lur tbe o|eiiuj n't   nl i vWing Ihe dearie wai irni.u-l   a If i
j Hie   nii.nl   culling   u|i>rulione
a bertn.r euDicie il lu ace, mini d.il
Ihe traffic lhal i< a surcdiy ooinin..
through il lo nm! irom fun du, ,.n I
lo give 11. in in il (mil i ,s lor iin-in |
ways coming lo Burrard Inlel.
4. Tn ascertain how lur, il lo any
Silent ciprupiiulii n pruned n.e are
Ocoseiary and can Is' curried oul.
h II.,» Ihe coal of tile work ice-
s.iij is lo be iui".I uul lo v.lini e-.
tent ihe government should u dcilik
Ihe n-.( oii.iliilitj lor il.
6, To draw up a sw/ihlo hi I lo in
c.,i|h,i „ie ifae h ui ur L.i .i .1 nr loud.
and lo give il or llicm nil neco-iurv
puwi'ia la, regulate nn I govern lb i
hmlsu and the ehip|iing Iherein.
7. | To toorrlain how lar Ihe ('i n
ed« Shi|i|ung Acl needs emend ng In
give power  lo  the  hirbur bourd or
Bailllc   ..ill.I   . omp. l.-nl    a.illbolilv   die
folate Ihe shipping traffic camiin/ lo
or Irusa ths harbor ao as lo prolic
life and pru|ierty at raa.
bud
IWCI-K SAM DISfOVEHS A NEW LAND OF liOSCHEN
HEEVE McNAICHT AT WINNIPEG
Bi-a-ie McNuughl, whu ia now uii
mute weet alup|ied nver fur a few
■laye al Winui|icg mid will arrive i
Vancouver early u, u week whin h
will report to the directors a' Hui
ran! Inlet Tunnel and Bridge Company   in detail   aa lo Ihe agreement
ul 111 nl   ul   Ul   Ull. "e.
Grind Celebration
	
Ihe celebration rommiltee met on
Wednesday evening in I be first ol a
series ul aeeetings lo consider how and
to what villi.i Dominion Day and
the approaching coronation may bs
nieixetcd.
itepreeenleliiea Iron (he Cily nnd
.Metric! Oounoli, Hoard ol Trade and
the -liainl Civic A«li«rii«ing cmmitlax
fare preemt, Mayor MciN'eieb oicupy
ing the chuir.
My motion of Mr. Geo. II. Morden
M woe decided io merge the diL•, of
Ihe f'orooalion and Dominion day.
aad have a grand oelebrolisn ia bob
or ol both on the first of duly.
Following 0100/ Ihe lines ol pro-
endings 4 |onner years some of Ih.
gcnlbjanen who were preaint were op-
poinied chairmen 4 Ihe various com-
asHlne being atepuled to secure qthii
pwihirs to he present at Ihs neii
meeting which wiB be heed on Friday,
«<h imt.
Officers who were appointed were|l
lollows. Freeulsal, M*yoT McNslet;
lot vice preeiclaBi, Haw* KaUaapbt:
fcd vice praeidanl end cbdnrnp ol Uu
mcrdary-Utunrw, Ur. tiawifipq;
iwesrmea ol the fireworks OommlUm,
Ur. itrnm; ebdtmu, ',qi tha avuir
*, moht.ibtva. cbaitmaa4
doted.
Mr. P. I.nisiin'a application lhal Hu
in.id al the 1'i.s.iil l.hi.ii..i ol ib
Ciipilanu cur line bo widenad w is r
leii.-al   In   Ihe   lb..id   ol W.'.i.s   i-itl.
|IOWCr  lo   nil.
A |snlilion Irom a anal majority uf
Ihe piopeily imini. lor tbc wul ninj
ol Lonadale Avmuc lo a wiillh ol 11)
le.-t noi ib ol I). I.. 186 wue re id Ibe
engineer was inalmctid lu i.p m a<
lu I lie. relative cull ol Ml ll. mil KM
ll. si reels, in.lu.l.u exprupriution
Costa. .
The cily council wus Inflsrijewed b)
Acl ing Ite.-ie A Nun and I'uun. Hrid;
man iu regard In Ihe Lynn Valley waterworks. As a result of (heir mission Mr. Farmer was instruct.d t„
pre|iare au agreemrnl to Ie pna uicd
al the city council nu>linj on Mon
day night next.
The engineer wai instructed lohive
eidewalks conalruelcd on Cbtalri
filid Avenue Irom Nye Hi 0.u.en elrerta
lor the convenience ol Uie child/en
sttamdiag the Kiss; etrerl H-hnni.
A lanaar from Uie * ..ni'ii m l'if*
nyiKtioo Co lur the build ns ol the
Dundorave wharl al a pike 4 WW
•ai aocasjited.
Coun. Ward wai granted three
monUie' leave ol abeeuee and will re
preeeol Ihe diilricl at the Consia-
lion celebration in London on lune
33nd..
The Pound Bylaw waa adopted tn
ally by the council.
NOTED PHKEWIflGI^T, I.ABWN'S
HAM. NF.XT ink
F.vffytxjdy intereeted in tha study 4
human nature will be pllos.d lu
know Ihat Prof. AImumI.r, ihr n ileil
phrenologist and willy laetarer, will
deliver , abort aeries in LnnCf's Hall,
beginning with a Iree Ie lure Monday
evening nail.
Many of our aliimt have beard him
on Ihe several occasions »h n he vja-
Ited Vancouver end apeak of hi* io
tht *vwl faltering terms. Hr will n,
douhi face • crowded house at bis initial lecture.
UK'AI. AND PKBSONAI,
Mri. Ceo A, Mill,,in ia iinpio. in in
belli,  ,il   liun,,n|  Si tl at ul ium.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. C Gill ol lOlh
.licet nisi me Ilic proud |i«r nil ..'
o baby girl.
Mr. II. Kii.b.n mul (iiinili Id on
Wnluesilni fur a ll* nn n h.' lri,i ti
England.
Mi. .). •!. Ken ,,f Wm-1 .. und hia
i.i..e. Mi ■ F. M lliiniis, ure visilini
friends   nl Cliiiliwuck i.nd llnauliile.
Mr. ami Mn. G. ■fTn.nisr ■,( i>eili
Hu.nl east ui. -aiyj^i..iiil. i n. th mi I
vce on llie ;iii/jil of a si u uiul her,
Mr. I. C Williams nl !■■ uml ,1. Ave
returned Irom .. in. nib's tr.p to lie
hii'-". i di.lrni un Weiinsd.y <u'n
ing.
laleal rifsiil. Irom Mr. D. W. Elder
who haa I.- n uri ill   ,i lb   I. apllul
lor some days |.ia(, ehow Illlle eh n.r
in hit eondlliiiii
Mr. aisl Mr.. .1. .1. McAleecc uiul
laiiul.i li..'-.- !..,,... Ir. ni ib ii real-
.b-iare   nn   I llll   nlr.A'l  lu   the    Ke Hi
HI", k.  1 .a  .1 I,   Av.n'lc.
f'apl. Chae. ('aire wlh wife nnl
lemily rrturntd . n Widnerdiy lr.ni
llurrieain Hui Spiin.a whcie liny
bav* own ipeodlng u lew dayi' .ilea
lion,  a
Mi lloll ul Nurth Vancouver is preparing |o wave f„r Va /land where he
will view ihe coronal ion celebrities ,1
King George on dune llud
Mr. and Mre. Simps n. IVib alr.el,
were rieiled By a lurprise psrty 4
Scutch reeidenle Inat eienn/ and a
very enjnyable lime iceulteil. The par
ly lu-i.k.- up about 3 am.
Ihe Mnple l.af Dialing Club will
hold ihcii lull dance thia ecesi.n in
ibe Horticultural Hall tinchl.   The
eiilerliiininifll   will lake ihe f"lij. ol a
"Stiiiir and A|ir. n" dance.
Ihe fire drill on Ussiii the S.S. S(
Gewrge .ml Ihe 88. Nu. 3 4 Hie ferry
leet, held un tin i Ml trips yesterday
was very ealislaetory and prnvad Ihe
efficiency 4 ihe crews ol Ihe two vas
seie.
Brforc Mayor McNeiah in (he y4im
court on iliiiiadoy niosiiing a drunk,
■lubnivia by ns^me, was grm one hour
lo sheke Ihe dual 4 the cily fromhjl
leel, dminy In Ihe (act that eevj.ro!
times prcviouely he had Inn up on
the sa*» nbutf.
Ai tlM Baptist church next Sunday
m„im'«g ifke paetaor, Hev. A- 4. ttua-
m, wtt wive on illust/otajd folk lu
Ihe eMdrrn. Nubjert "Thin«i lhal
The Inihed States Steel Corp.,,, w,, ^ ,i,,Bv, thnt hinder." < hd
Hon hos purobaaed th; Miasjoo Iron dren urged lu ntlind. Here a MAi
forks at San Francisco- efasf,ssseU at 330 p.m-
North Lonsd, le
Ratepayers' Assn.
Tlie umiunl eeiiei.il ineel ni ol the
Ninth liiiediile Biilcpuyera' Aaiocia-
tion wus hold ou Tuesduy evening ul
North Lonsdule, Mr. Thus. Bono in
the chair iu thc unavoidable absence
,1 Mr. Nye. The report (or the your
eiuliiu Mny l/ilh ns follows was reul
au.I adopted :
GENEBAL BKI'OBT FOB THE VEAH
ENDING MAY 16th, ltfll.
Our Association wua lormcd at a
meeting bold un the 3nlh ol Muy, i'JI'l
lor the purpoae of prompting iba a-
ei nl interests of ihe Norlb Lonsdule
In-nn t The Insl nice' ng wus well
attended mul twentymo members
wero secured at lb it in eiiiij. Mr.
Time. S. Nye wua un uininiisly elected preiident ol the Aiuciulion 'llie
in t mutter taal.ii up after the liun
ing it ihe bylaws, wus ihe matter ul
u school for Kin; street uid we in re
successful in obtaining u luldlnr
which ia ample lor our pr. leul nets.
Vrom the firit, u grx-iil enoil wns
mude lo induce the H. •'. Elcciric By.
Co. lo CXLend Iheir line In North
l.on.dale but au fur lli-i have n d
seen lit to oceedc lo our wiihci, lining lo Ihe fui llnil Norlb I oni I.ile
wua divided into Iwo Wards, il Mas
suggested to the email lint Noilh
Lonsdule be included in .n- w.-ul mul
iba a viua dune by llie Council, following u icpn-ni by the Association. Ihe
necessity of slrevt lights «i« Ijecoin-
ing inure appunnl day uy du, nu.l
niter much liejoliulin., iiliiillulioll ol
atrwl licbis wua cuminenced in December, 1310. The ipiisiion ul side
wnlka wua introdiie.d in Inly .ml resulted   in llie  council   intiodueng   u
■cleUalH."    l.l lull    111    lllC   UttllUll      I.CC-
lion uiul iiiiiiiijeliieiils lino limleeli
made lur Ihe neeesiury wnlka lo be
mude upon Ibe streets recuimn ud'd by
ihe Association. Opinions v.ro diud-
ed as lo the desirability ul wiJ-nnj
I "ii.-uliib- Avenue lu HI) ot It'll feel,
uud ullhough a mnjorily wo.!.! huU'
bl-.-l lu have mu n I"1 '.'ol i ' ■'
was (mind lhal if anything wai m be
dune Ihii year, the ideu would l.evc lo
be modified nnd ull eib.i i. directed lo
swure the neceeaiiry laud lor uh W
liml street. The Assjoiufi n, reuliii-
jug this, finally u|'|irovid ol >he JOIl.
stroot—fisil of Ihe work lu be doov
out of ward funds—end the contract
has now hum let for ibe currying out
of Ihe major part of thc , work.
Should ihero be sufficient money on
b.-iiid. an effort will bo made tu curry
Ihe work lo the north boundary of
D. J,. 2DH tbit year and lailng Ihut,
Iho representative ul Ihe district for
1911 will be asked to see ihul Iho
bulnnoe of lho work is .dene tsrli
next' year. The delay on tho purl o'
Ihe. council in supplying rock to
N..rlh Lonsdale was con minted oo
dud in December the eounrii wai re-
ijuestud to lake.iuimudiaie steps tu nil
rook lor Ihis district. .-Utrr much do
lay, il wni finally decided by Uie ooun-
eil this year to remove the pnun'
niok-cruehing plant at Lynn Valley t
North Lonadale and it w.s inlimited
that Una work will L.e undurlaken in
the bogiuning ol 'lune. The Aasocja-
eiop will have Io-watch that theoosl
4 torn \» kept Aiwa io a reM<isiJr
figure, la jammry 111)I, Mr. Isiuic
adecleil rwnewfaitivc of U* dfi-
oo the countvty, iho* lieing Iht
lint lime Ihut ihe dislriel haa a re-
preatmlulivo under llie Ward lyitom
The deairubilily of u purk in llio settled portion ill Norlh Lonsd do Wus
one of 'llie in i mailers ial.cn up with
the now council, und lour nun un
Lonsdale Ave. were a.eiind fr.pi Mr.
Nye ul ii very reasonable figure. The
i'll.-iiie shecl ul b dialrict council
lor lho your 11)10 was considered by
the ia.iociiiii.iii. mid un error in Ihe
inelhod ul presenting the uccouiili wus
del eil ed uud I he council naked for un
cxplnnnlion. The explanation wus
considered Butisfuelury, but in future
mure time will be Inkeu lo cnaure a
correct report. Mr. Loutet rcsiuaeil
tlie lucrutarysbip at the uid ol Jonu-
ii iv, there being un m.d i i, .udiu .- Ihat
no councillor ahould n.ild an olbYiul
poiition in il. \ ■•... i.iii,.. Fire
protection wm t.').' a up in the beginning uf Murch tins yeur nnd il wus decided lo nnl. the Council tu have the
Li u b uu the boundary ol D. I., HOI
cut down nnd Ihia was done Ihe fo!-
lolling month. The council reported
Ihul il wm unl advisable lu purchase
hose ul present ua it would bo imp.is-
■iiil.- lo sine uny bouse which mijil
go on lire nnil in the enae of bush fire.
the necessary hole Could jn.,1 ably be
borrowed from Ihe cily. The liuhuni-
were to be put in good, order befoii-
1 in- hot weather, lu tin-a,.mo in..nib
the council were usked to druw up
p..uiul bylniv ua tfa a Was now required and iin.. Iii luw Im. now puascd
Ihree lend n.'. nnd w II eo into olfcel
next month. Several minor mutter,
were roporled lo the Aaaociuliun (mm
iii'" to limo und ia. lion in1.an, nn
Hie i- ..'i.ai.on is It, le conjralul.iL
u) on Ihe fad lhal almost every ni'i
jeol und every muttei taken up by
Iheni huve been iimat Curefully e n
aidered, and iiIihohi without exception'
Ihe finding uf the Ass uiuliin bus been
curried uut by llie council. The pu.l
yeur hua been u vary imporlunt in"
lur Norlli Lonsdule mid lh>< grist iin-
piovemont noticeable in this seclion
is due to lho' active way in which
every mul in bus been luindhd by the
Aiiuciulion. Iheie ure now 41) mem
here on Hie loll und in effort ahould
be ninde lo secure the urine co-oiier-
el ion uf every resident of Norlh
I olid,de. und Ihis year we ran have
a membership grealei Ifaun tbit of
tlio Kale/mills' Association of the
(-'Hy ol North Vancouver though wo
have less tb.'ni 10 per cent, ol tbo
number Ihoy have lo diaw upon.
Tho ejection of officers rosuhed as
follows:
President, Thos. S. Nye.
Vice President, N. B- Martinson, sr.
Secretary, Ewnrt AdumioB,
Executive, Above officials, together
with Messrs. ll. I. Cornish, 0- I.iltun,
T. Hammoremurk and I). Toddun.
The opinion Was expressed that Iho
park pugbt to be cleared and |hl mul
tor will be taken up with the council
ft. A. fJ.Ps^yTndMr.Ai..^
l'hi|ip, representing the Joint Clvjo
Advertiiing Committee, woitid upon
|he lerry djrecluri Sjt their meetjjty
yesterday ufteinoon. The purpoie pi
Ihe dolegaljon wai to solicit • cpntri-
billion fi mn llie bniird jn support of
tbo propoicd advorUeing, Inlormotiun
and Free Labor Bureau,
Mr. I'erry spoke explaining the ligation outlining iti innoy ndvnntagei
uh a boon to tourilti and on toduor
ineni (or the hoiiL'ii promulgation ol
Ihe white labor ciement in North Vancouver.
Mr. Philip spoke, statin; thnt these
bureaus wero in operation in lbs pbf
countries and had proved eminently
satisfactory there,
Ily motion of Director Paine it was
decided to voto the advertising com-
iiiitloo Iho sumo umoiini ol money al
all year (|3llil),
A coiiimiiiiienlion Irom the M. P.
Cotton Company was received asking
for Iho final seHlemiui on lb; wharf,
Aa tbe city engineer, howover, hud re-
purled thut in sumo initauoes Ibe spe-
cilieuliuns liml nut been curried uul
the matter was led over until s later
date.
Mr. Lewis, tho ticket collector,
charged by Mr. G. G. i'uliuer ol Van-
cijiiwi, with using abusive language
in the piesciice of himself and wile,
was brought before the directorate
and give suiielaclory oiplumlloni to
ull lho ijuostions naked him. As a result ol lho iinpiiiy ..ne ol the deck
IiiiihIh ul a boat in tho wings will
li.'i I'uli ei keep lab on Iho lag gate slier II o'clock al night u it wu
proven that what little inconvenience
which was now being caused patrol)!
ol the Company by having to wait si
the galea lur aomo lime wae caused
by the double duties nf Ibo ticket collect, u whu must close Ihe big gs'S le-
fine tho small one wus opened.
The advisability uf submitting a by-
luw g ii u run teeing the bonds oflhclo|>
ry compuny was discussed, but Hfi
Worship Muyor McNeiih said ihat of-
ing lu Ihe preVml stress ol public
works he coosidcrei the lime was (tut
opporl min to siilimtl this bylaw to Ihs
cily council. Tho muyor, however,
promised to udvjse Ibe lerry directors
when in his eatimulion ihe lime armed. H.'picseniiiiioiii by verious
inemtiids ul ibe board showed Ihe uri-
enl need uf a uow boat, it wns do-
ii.lial   lo   supply Ihe licket lollecli.re
wilh a rvgislering couuter m osvble
them to comply wilh Ihe Aet in Ip-
gard   to nui  allowing more   peisas-
gvra on the boat a I bun they are  B-
conauil lor.  Capacity lor No. il Uing
bof) und for the SI. George 700.
lo D. ff. Wall, secretary pf Ijks
^uiWing commiWee. This makes aiqte
qp 1100 reoliwd from the opening sof-
vicce. EHbH
Bov. Prol. Vance wHI preach in 8f.
■limn'i church un Sunday mominn end
Die Vcn. Archdeacon I'uniicelh will
deliver tfae sermon in tfae evening.
Mr. Al. Loyal, Hie local
player, und now nn enipluyce ol Up,
■ I ones k Albert mn let Bo., has lor
suken lho iniiks of Um bachelors and
recently joiiiod the benedicts.
The local A,aie ol the Fraternal Order ol Eagles hue completed arrangements lor a grand ball hi lormo'i
pavilion un the evening of Victoria
Day (Muy 8tlb). Tho function fa intend, d lo ceiobiiile UM bet occasion
locally uf the picsisilatioo ol a Die
men.Im snip card tu a member ol lh»
Aerie. Mr P. Laisou hus purehatcd*
life membership in the order sod tha
formal presentation al the ocitifioataj
will be ono of the features ol ihe ot-
casion. The nrrungemenU ore io the
bunds uf a capable coinmiltoe consisting of Aid. W. d. IM, Neieri. H. B.
Canphell sntf 0. A. Evinwej, hy whoiii
no detail will lie oveHooM tq pro-
mute tho enjoy moot of iht ococsion
ond the welfare of (be guestl.
IWgro JuaUces ol the Fetse fore-
moo and Kooue i§ % i^ad pawf,
labia morning two boyi whole namee
weip Turner, were charged with unlawfully pointing firoarmi. The Hory ft
that the tw,u l.da, who an abq4 the
ages of 11 tau^-naymjUtmbj, wait
into tfae house ol s 4aB fitl1at«af near
the Capilano Bridge end he(d aa tba
qooupahti, t man tnd Ml WW,st Ibg
point 4 i revolver. The lady in ihi
case, however, being 4 tbat ,lil of
which Florsnoe Nighttagalee and la*
ria Nationi »re res* of, mt*ti*4 ti
•eciu-e « rUk Irom fha aap. ream si)
indicating tha boys ^ |t jputthapt
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LYNN VALLEY NOTES
The'Ladies' Aid 4 the I'teahyleriaii
church md al tho Lome of Mrs. Wag-
borne yeelerdsy to »otl|e up Uie »>»»■
ces connected  wilh  Use bsooua, tt     ..      .
church qptplny :e*l wtab. After a"ex-  to Jight, ,r„ „.r ,
pensoe were setlJcd connected with <♦> o,irieilionod apt Ha i>4> mrt •uh** '
lone they (nuiid (boy Hill had W to uuen% caotured. Vm iaahimyai tea
the good which thoy will boat pver ] OfhrnM duapnt' '9 «v»
judjrefxt tkit mmmmsi &H
/ THE %Xmm, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
fli
Brighten Up!!
HOUSE CLEANING IS NOW ON
WE CARRY FULL UNES^OF
Bapco Pure Paints  Baplac Varnishes
Shingle Stains        Japalac Varnishes
Enamel Paints        Whte Lead
Oils, Brushes, etc.
Hardware  Stoves Furnishings
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Patterson, Goldie & Clark
North Vancouver Hardware Store
104 ESPLANADE NEXT TO POST OFFICE
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Parkdale Finest Alberta Butter 30c. lb.
May Flower, Spring Brook or Ayrshire Rose 3 Dm. $1.00
5 lbs. of good Tea 1.50
5 lbs, ol better Tea   -      >      -      .      -      ,    1.75
5 lbs. of the best Tea * 2.00
AT.
CLAVERIE & ARCAND
Comer First Street and Si. George
SPECIAL NOTICE
THOR
wil be on exhibition daily
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
B. C. Electric Railway Co/i
office, 50 Lonsdale Avenue
Breads   Bread!
Union Made.   Home Industry.
Bigger Loaf.   Better   Bread.
Don't forget our latest Hotoie Made Ix>af.
PIONEER BAKERY
Stores: 711 onsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale I «ih St.
88 Note Player Piano - • $700
I
by Wiiniiuilli Piano L'o, Kingston,   Ontario,   one  ni I'i
nlili el    .■' I alalili.,1   (.iiiiio   llliill'li.irlio.-l, ,
Un you rmli/u whul u player in 'your home aril! Beau lor ike entire fuinilt '.' Iv.cn linyle on of you, from latlier d,,wn, will derive
pleiisnre Iron it thut culd „nl poniilil) lw had iron an orOaary
piano,   you do Dot huvo lo know how lo play to enjoy ike taMntifel
music you con got nut ol u player.
M    1,11 I"     ,    '-—
Warburnitz Piano Home, limited
443 Lonsdale Avenue Phone 114
PLANTS p-25 -
t
Per .Box.
We have just receiveil tlie following:
PANMES    FOROETM'NOfB CABBAGE
STOCKS     VERBENAS        CAULIFLOWER
actors    phlox TOMATO
m <mii igjiiiu'hi tin 	
The Brackmai>*er Milling Co., Ltd.
WMSpALfJ AVmm       Al Ferry Landing.
gp;
WATRIMJOTIC^H
NOTICE ia hawby riven that ,.n all-
f^4iP"^*-I'*»»w    WSSS    %att    tmmaam    *f SlaSaVf     a. n* |i     ■
o| Ibe "Water Act, 1U0V," to obtain
a Kaesue in. tbs Distriot of North Vsneouver, Group I. Nats Weelminiter,
(■ow Va»oouv»r uislrlet),
(a) TV aaae, address aw} oeciipa-
tiaan ail Ike ainiiicant-'lba loipnrs-
lion of tbs District pi Norlb Vinoi.u-
am.
01 ior saining pur|>iisee) Free Miner's
■"wrtiaSils No.
(b| Tba nana of the lake, stream
or aourae (if unnamed, ebe description
U)-Jlc<'art«ey I'reek.
(a) Tke point of diversion—About
tm ieot aoulb of Ibe northern l»iih-
darv of Dietrict laot 3U75.
(al| Tba quantity ol (later applied
for (in cubic font |«r second) -'J eu|iic
leet per aaeond.
(e) Tba character ol tba propOHd
wanka-WoodeB iam n*4 intake.
(I) Tka pmoiaes on wbicb ths Water ia lo ba used (describe samn|-'l'ha
District oi Nortk Vanoouver.
(g-J Hu purpoeee for whhh tbs water ie lo be uaad—Municipal puriHiies.
(k) If lor irrigation deeoribe the
' to lie irrigated, giving
Not lor irrigation.
(i| If tba water is to fa* used lor
power or aaiaiag purpDsee describe ths
pleas where the water is Io lie return
ed lo eoaaa natural channel and tb
diferaoce ia altitude bclwoen point a
divereion aad point of return—Not for
power or mining purpoeae.
(j) Area ol crown land inteiidui lo
be aiocupied by Iba propoeod woiks-
Nooe.
Ik) Thia notice wu postal on lb
39th day of April, 1911, and appliea
lion will ba made to that commission
er oa tha eecond day ol June, 1911.
(I) Give the names and addressee o
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to be
effected by the prnimscd works, either
above or below the outlet Thomas
Aitkea, Harold Hreoton. Conrad and'
Ueaiy Hewitt, all of Nanaimo, and
P. H. Hepburn, Fanny E. McCartney
,aod K. W. Maclaoan, all of Vuneouver.
Note-One cubic loot per second is
asjaivalent to 35.71 miners' inches.
(•II The boundaries and area ol ibe
municipality are as followe :
AU that piece of land commencing at
a poat marked il. V. II. situate on the
westerly shore of tbo North Arm ol
lls}i.ii.i Inlet, being Ibe north-east.
aimer al lot numbered HVl in Ibe District oi New Weelminiter ; tb.ii.ee vest
along tba north boundary nl said lot
miraWaal 873 to Iho nnrth-west cor
mr ilicia.il; Ibenoe in a weeterly di
rectioa to the norlh mat corner of lol
'J56; thence west alonu tbo
north boundary ol said Int numbered
U56 lo tbe north east corner el lot
numbered !fo5 situatod nn Seymour
(reek ; ibasi* weet along tlio north
boundary ol aaid lot numbered 9*6 to
ihe niiith-wcat cunur of snid Int;
thenoe in a weeterly direct ii B lu ibe
mirth-east comer ol lol numbsred SVr,
theory; weal along tbe north I uiindor-
ieo of lota niunbered 875 and lit end
a Ium produced lo Ibe iiitersic ion ol
the coast line on Howe Snuni. tin nee
southerly elong the coast line 11 point
Atkinson ; llieooe eaet along il.o rouet
line and north ahore ol llurrard Inlcl
to a point in Ibe soutb-wc.it corner ol
Ut numbered 113 ;• thence ii rib Jong
tbe weet boundary of owl lot io ihe
i...ill. »> -( corner i thence ei.il uh ni
the n..uh boundary ol ssid lot iimiiv
berad 373 and lot numlH-rcal 373 lo lho
nnrth-ajjaal comer nf said loi dkuiber-
ed 373; il.a-i.r. snulh along Ibe e.iai
6nunalaiy of eaid lot In '.be inlfiuc-
lion of the ►hoi.- line; ihnice caaterly
along the said shore line lo Iioche
Point; ih.no northerly ah ng the
west ahore of the Nurlh Arm i/llurrard inlet aforesaid lo point ul com-
io.iex.iin-111, und ciitiiin ic one hundred sutler* miles, more or le.as ;
in   *appni>iiii.ili'U tbe i.iiiii.i i i,f in
balntanU u 1800.
(Signed)   I III-. COBi'OUATION   OP
THE   IHSIIlliT   OP   Mllli'il
VEK.
JOHN G. ptltMICB,
13-7 C. M. C.
VYATKR NOTICES
NOTICE is hereby viven that an op-
pticatiam will be mao) under Part V.
ul Ow "Water Ant, 1'JtW," tu ohlsin
a Ucence in take District ol North Vaii-
eowor. Ijroup I, New Wootuiinster,
(now Vancouver) district.
(a) The name, addrcae uud oeoupa-
lioo oi the applicant—The Coipora-
tioa ol Ike Dietrict ol Nurlh Vsncouvsr.
(If for mining purposes) Proe Mis-
jaJa CartifcaU No.
(b) The name ol the lake, slream or
aourae (il imassMi, ths description is)
-Creek running through Distriot laot
CU and crossing Keith ltoad about 10
chains weet oi eaet boundary of aaid
Dietrict laot.
(<•) Tbe poiat of diversion -In District l>,t 6/1 .1 „i about 10 chaise
north of the Uth Boad.
(d) The quantity ol water applied
for (ia cubic foot per aecond) 3 culrio
mat par aecond.
(e) Tbe i-haracter of taho propositi
woiu—Woodaa daun and intake.
(I) Tke premises on which the water io to lie uaad (describe samoJ-Ths
District ol North Vancouver.
(g) The purpoeee for whiob the water ia to be uaad—Municipal purposee.
(h) II lor irrifation descrilie tbe
land intended to be irrigated, giving
acreage—Not for irrigation.
(i) If tha water ie to be used for
power or mining purpoeee describe the
piece where the water ia to be return-
ad. lo sons natural channel, and the
aavfarance in aRitudo between po*.l of
abveraioa aad point oT return-Not for
power or mining purpoeee.
(j) Area of Crown land intended to
be occupied by tke proposed works-
Vane.
(k) Thia notice wae posted on ths
Wh day ol April, ISlI, and appllca-
will be made to the wmroiseioBer
«a the Seeond pay ot Jam, 1911.
(I) Give Um aaae* and. eddr»esw of
eatuivalw|t In iftM minars' inches.
dl) fhe bound»ris» and ana of.tab'
inMnioipa|ity art as follow! ;
All thnt piep* of km comwenolpg
at a |»M innikiHl Ci. P. ,11. situate on
tbe westerly sliore of tlie Nnrtji Aim
uf Ilmriiiil Inlet, lieiiu llie nortli-ensl
cunior of lot nmnlierod 8TJ in Ibo Distriot of New Wealniinalei-; tlioncn von'
ulnng lho north lioiiinliiiv nl said lot
numbered 873 to the iiortli-weat 'dnrnur
thereol; tbenpe in a weeterly dire«ion
to the north-east comer of lot numbered IWii; thence Welt uloiu tne north
boundary ol snid lot numbered 886 to
the iinrlh-uiiat coiimi- ol lot iiuiillieral
088 sitimlml on .Seymour Creek;
llionca weet along the north bnuiid.iiy
ol eaid lot niifnbered 988 to the north-
weet corner of said lot; ihincu i|i a
Westerly   dlnotion   to tbe  nortlieolt
eontt ol lot nnmbonii 876; ihenca
west nlong Ibe nortn_bnuiiasriei of lot*
nnn"
dlic,
«ted 875 anil 871 and a line pro
to t|ie jnlereeolign ol Ibe coaat
line on Bote Sound; thence southerly ulfinjf .the coast line lo Point At-
kiiidnii;' thenco east alupg tbe c. aai
line anil north shore of llurrard In'el
to a point in Ihs south-wail Homer
ul lot numbered 373; thenco nurth
alnng the weet boundary ol s iid lot
to the north-west corner; thence east
along tbe north boundary of aa d lot
numbered 373 and lot numbered 373
to tbe nortb-east corner of eaid lot
numbered 373; tlunoo snulh along the
eaet boundary ol eaid lot to tha intersection pi the shore line; tbtsee
easterly along tbe said sbore line to
llo'ihe Point i thenoe northerly along
the wast shore of tbe North Arm of
amy riparian propristors or   Iwsoeeeo
who or whose lands are lihsly  to be
mmm, m¥  imam  \Mtfi/Qm9fi       2***/ zfjf >r
ahov. or U>w the mUdr-i:. o. tvA-
mam, at Vamm*tm. fba balaoee li
nmt»mm fTiTTtiT MMrVet.
mtifm-Qp* mm loot cm mmai U
Burrard Jnlft slprsssid ta point ol
oaimniiaiceineiit, am* Contalwng WIS
huixlred eouare mHw, .mors of IsM;
(r)  Approiimataly lho nmnber ol m-
habiunta is 1600.
(Signed) TOE COBPOHATION Of
W.DISTBIOT   OP^NOBTB
VANCOUVBB.
John g. mm,
m b. u. o.
FRED a TURNER
•\       Notary Public
Loans,   Investments   and   Insuranse.
Boom 307, 6M Granville St., Vancouver, B. (!.'Phm* 8309.  land Begis-
try work a e|i#cialty.
Mahon, McFarland & frqctoj Ltd.
I1! I i   I"       I   II        Ull    I, 11,11 n J 111    .
NEW CAPILANO CAR LINE
50 ft lots at terminus in D.L. 601 It 607
i  ^
52 foot loU in Block 27, D. L, 599  <
Phone 6286 -   - 543 Pender Street, Vancouver
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North Lonsdale Homesite
464 ft. frontage on three streets, including Nye and King Streets,
which are about to be macadamized, This property is close lo
Lonsdale Ave. and has a magnificent view. It is an excellent investment in whatever way you look at it. Price only $2500, cash $900.
MAWTOOJTc* CO. '-*""
173
62 Lonsdale Avenue
North Vancouver
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North Vancouver City
LARGE LOTS, 50 ft. x 147 ft.
= Cleared, Ready ior Building =
In Blocb 15, I5a> 16 and 16a. D.L. 550.
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Prices: Inside .Lots, $750 to $1000 according to
location.
Double corners,  $1900  to $2200.
In Blocb 9 and 9a. Prices: Inside Lots, $600.
Double Corners, $1500.
Terms: IA Cash, Balance 6, 12 and 16 months.
ACREAGE in D. L 546 and 550
subdivided into blocb of from I to 4 or more
acres. Prices per acre, from $2000 to $3250
Terms: IA Cash, Balance 6,12,18 & 24 months
.
The Grand Boulevard extendi through thii property
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FOR PUNS, PWCE UST AND PA.OTICULAI8, APPLY TO
Hie North Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company, i£
S43PENOWST; IfeESS VANCOUVER, B. C, TO I&PRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, 8, C,
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RELIABLE CLOCKS
IV^IIWS.
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We have just received „ shipment ol
superior uisiillii clocks in in uy li nil-
some and pleasing designs. Th is
docks are smoothly caiiutruotcd uli.lc
the movements aro thoroughly iiliti'ilo
and durable, which combino to lil
Iheoi for Ihe line I .unl most ium I-
somely arranged homes.
OUR CLOCK AND WATCH
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REPAIRING DEPARTMENT
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ia thc largest in Canadu, and ■ nly
wurkmen who In..v. their buain'sa
thoroughly are employod. 'lho must
difficult lepoir work executed sutiilnc-
torily.
1,1 11      I   I       I  i     l'       Ml      ' a. -
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
.   Jevveler< and- Silversmiths
^TK&.'i'r   " Hailing, &C.anv.lle St..
M CURRY CO.
DRY GOODS AND
GEN PS FURNISHINGS
Corner Lonsdale and Second.
I'hone 235
WE have received a large consignment of Ladies Shirt Waists, in
all sizes and style*, and claim that for
value such an assortment hat never
been shown in North Vancouver. A
leading feature amongst llie. c ii our
special DOLLAR waist, both in white
smd colors. See this line and we will
convince you we can defy all d*1
competition. All size* to 42 inch.   *P *
The Place Where Everybody Ggcs
Gem Theatre
FIRST ST. WI-.ST,
NORTH VANCom.K
jarGood Pictures  Good Singing
m:v. :::  Good Music  ::: :::
Programme changed Monday,  Wednesday and  Friday.
Adults 10c '^'S'Zr"^ Children 5c
lit.liii.tr   Aery   Saturday I'M o'clock
Be
BLACK
BAG
By Louis Joseph Vsnce
ftnrlSM. IHI. brUuB.Ui-Mtn.il Co.
PALACE HOTEL
Rath:   fa.oo per  and  up.   Specisl rains tg fsinilies
sod   to regular   boarders	
riiifst toof (iai drii on Pa< ij it Cotot
REDAdANDRUSS
rROPniaTOH8
Ss«:ohii SikKi*^. NOBTH   VANCOUVEK. ti. C.
REMOVAL NOTICE
Wa wish to notify the general
public lhal on and after June 1st
wa will occupy tha front offices on
tha first floor in the new BANK OF
HAMILTON BUILDING, corner of
First  Stress!  and  Lonadale Avenue.
AN EXTRA GOOD BUY!
LoU 9, 10, 11, 12, Block 10, D. L. 273.   200x137 ft.
on comer.   $6200, 1-9 caah, 6, 12, 18 month*.
rhere are big profits to be mads in sailing tbeee lots separately.    It will
pay you to inveetigaU iin,
Canadian Financiers, Limited
Phone 21S w f»m
Local Manager.
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[OOSTljrOTD.l    •
Tbe long laebei swept up from ber
cheeks, like clouds roveallng iters, union nl, lug eyes nullum SDd brave to
meet bis own. Then tbey (ell, even
as ber lips drooped wltb disappoint-
ment. And sbe sighed, (or be wns
not looking. Munlike, lint wlili Ihe
ardor of tbe chase, be was deaf and
blind to sll else.
"I've got a schemel" Klrkwood declared so explosively tbat sbe caught
her breath wltb tbe surprise of IL
"There's the Pleas. Tbey know Ine
there, and my credit's good. Wbeq
we shake then) off we csn have the
cabby take us to tbe botel. I'll register and borrow from tbe manegeiiient
enougb to pay our way to Chllteru
and tbe tolls for a cable to New York.
I've a friend or two dver borne who
wouldn't let me want for a few miserable pounds. 60 you tee," be ex.
plained boyishly, "we're at tbe end of
our troubles already!"
She said something Inaudible, holding her face averted. Be bent nearer
to her, wondering. "I didn't understand," he suggested.
sun looking from blm, "I said you
were very good to me," ebe said in o
quavering whisper.
"Dorothy!" Without bis knowledge
or .Intention before the fact, as instinctively us be mode use of ber given
inline Intimately, bis strong lingers
dropped end closed upon tbe little
baud tbat lay beside blm. "What Is
(he mailer, dear?" He leaned sllll
farther forward to peer-into ber face
till glance met glance la tbe ending
end hii racing pulses tightened wltb
sheer delight of tbe bumld bapplneai
In her glistening eyes. "Dorotby, child,
don't worry so. No barm shall come
to you. It'i all working out-ell working out right. Only bave a little faltb
In mc, and I'll make everything work
I out right, Dorotby."
Oently ibe (reed ber Qngers.    "I
j wssn't," ibe told him in u voice tbat |
, quivered between laughter and tears |
. -"1  wasn't  worrying.    I  waa-you ,
wouldn't understand.   Don't be afraid .
| I shsll break down or-or anything."    I
"I sbsn't,"  be resssured  ber.    "I
, know you're not tbst sort.   Besides, j
i you'd have no excuse. 'We're moving
| oiling famously.   Tbst cabby knows -
I bis business."
I    Past   the   bouses   of   parliament,
tbrougb Old Palace yard, wltb thc uh-
In-) on tbelr left, tbey swung a wiy
Into Abingdon street, wbence sudden-
| ly they dived Into tbe maze of back
I ways, great and mean, wblcb lies to
Ihe eoulh of Victoria.   Doubling and
i twlsllng, now (bis way, now Ibst, the
driver tooled Ibcm tbrougb tbe Intricate been of Ihis labyrinth, leading
Ihe pursuers a dunce Ibat Klrkwood
(bought calculated to dishearten end I
shake off the pursuit In tbe first five
ininiii'' -..    Yet always, peering back
through Ibe Utile peephole, he saw Calendar's cab pclliug doggedly In tbelr \
i ifiir a   hundred   yards   behind,   no
more, no less - banging on wltb Indomitable grit and determination.
Children cheered Ibeni on, and Do-
llccmcu turned lo Blare, doubling
whether they ihould Interfere. MLu
iitcs rolled Into lens, measuring out
sn hour, and sllll tbey hammered on,
bunted ond bunlcn playing tbelr garni
of baro and hounds tbrougb tbe high
ways and bywayi ol those staid and
aged quarters.
The sun waa vary low behind Uw
bouses of tbe Surrey tide when Kirk
wood became aware tbet ll|clr horse
wus (lugging, though, as comparison
determined, no more -ao than the one
behind.
lu grave concern, tbe young man
raised bli hand, throating open ibe
imp hi the roof, immediately the
square of darkling sky wu eclipsed
by the cabby's face.
"Ycaalrr
"You h|d better drive as directly as
you csn lo tbe Hotel Pices," Klrkwood
culled up. "I'm afraid It's no uae
pui-hlng your bene like thia."
"I'm sure of It, sir. 'K'e a good 'oss,
'e Is, hut 'e csru't keep goln' forhever.
you know, sir."
Despondent recklessness lightened
Klrkwood's lips snd kindled en unpleasant light in bis eyes. He touched
bis side pocket Calendar's revolver
wus sllll there. Dorothy should win
awuy deer If-lf be awung for It.
Ue ii.iit forward with tbe u-svcilng
beg lu bli bonds.
"We'll, bare to dropioff In a minute.
The bone won't .net They're In the
same box. I'll undertake to aland em
off for s bii You take the bag end
ruu for It. lust aa soon as 1 can convince tbem I'll follow, bul If there's
my delay you cell the first cab you eee
aud drive to the Pleas. I'll join you
there."
Ue stood up, surveying the neighborhood. Behind him the girl Ufled
her voice In protest.
"No, Philip, nol I won't leave you."
He shook bis head lo illcnt contradiction, frownhig, hot not frowning
because of the girta mutiny. He wu
I Illlle pua-lod by S vague luiprceela-in/
The banaom was traversing a st*
In Old brompton, a quaint, prim
Kay lined with, dwelling!
old' worldlsh oven (or London. He
Seemed to know It subjectively, to
bsve retained s memory o( It (nip another existence.
Calendar's cab wss drawing perilously near, snd he wss debating
Whether or not H|)ey should alight at
once snd try to make i better pace
afoot when tbe decision wss taken
Wholly out of his hands.
Blindly staggering on, wilted wltb
weariness, tbe horse stumbled In tbe
shafts and plunged forward on Its
knees Quick as tbe driver wss to pull
II up, with s cruel Jerk of the bits.
Klrkwood was caught unprepared
Lurching against tbe dashboard, be
lost his footing, grasped frantically at
tlie unstable air and went over, bringing up In a sitting position In tbs gutter wltb S solid shock tbst Jarred bit
very teetb.
Cor s moment dated, be sat there
blinking. By tbe time be got to his
feet the girl stood, beside blm, questioning blm with keen solicitude.
"No," be gasped, "not hurt-only
surprised.   Wall."
Their cab.bad come to s complete
standstill. Calender's was no more
than twenty yards behind, snd at
Klrkwood caught sight of him the fat
adventurer was in tbe set of lifting
himself ponderously out of the seat.
Incontinently tbe young man lurncd
to the girl and forced the traveling bag
Into her hands.
"Run for Ul" be begged ber. "Don'l
•top to argue. You promlsed-runl
I'll come.
"Philip!" abe pleaded.'
"Dorothy!" be cried lu torment.
Perhaps It wai bis unquestionable
distress tbat weakened ber. Sudden);
she yielded, with whatever reason. Ui
was only hazily aware of tlie swish
of her skirts behind blm. lie hud ue.
time to look round and see Ihat sbe
got an a j safely. He bad only eyes
and thoughts for Calendar aud Hlryker
They were both afoot now uud run
nm.: toward him. the oue as awkward
as the other, but neither yielding a Jol
of their malignant purpose. Ue held
the picture of It oddly graphic In his
memory for many a day thereafter.
To Ihis menial photograph another
succeeds of thc sume scene au lustaut
later, all as It hud been before, tln-li
relative positions unchanged save thai
Slryker and Calendar had come to s
dead stop and Ihat Klrkwood's right
arm was lifted and extended, polutiug
et (he csp(aln.
So forgetful of self wus he tbat It
required a moment's thought to convince him that he was really responsible for the abrupt transformation In
credulously be realized Ihat bo bad
drawn Calendar's revolver and pulled
Slryker up short In mldslrlde hy tbe
mule menace of It as much as by bis
bourse cry of warning:
"Slryker. not anotber foot!"
Wllh ibis there chimed In Dorolhy'i
voice, ringing bell clear (rom a Utile
distance:
"Phlllpl"
I.Ike a flush be wheeled to add yet
mother picture to bis mental gallery.
Perhaps Iwoscore leet up the sidewalk a gale stood open, lusl outside
il u mini of tall and slender figure, rigged oul lu a bizarre costume consisting iiiuliily of a (lowered dressing
gowu and slippers, was welling lu en
altitude of singular Impassivity. Wllliln It, pausing witb a foot lifted to the
doorstep, beg In hand, her bead turned
ss she looked back, wu Dorothy,
As he comprehended these essential
deiiills of Ibe composition the man in
Ihe dowered dressing gowu raiacd a
band
as imperative aa bis accompanying
Words.
Klrkwood choked on a lough that
was hulf a sob. "Brcntwlck!" he cried,
respiring the weapon to his pocket and
miming toward bia friend. "Of nil
huppy Incidental"
"You may coll It that," retorted thi
elder man. wilb a lectlng smile, in
Klrkwood slipped Inside the dooryord
"Come." he sold; "lei's get Into tbi
bouse."
"Hill you wild I thought you went
to Munich." sioiiiinered Klrkwood. ind
so thoroughly Impregnated win lib
uml  will) Ibl. Cideritaudllg Haul  II
wns hard f r him to ndjnn his per
tepilous lo lie truth.
"I was detained-by baelneea," re
ipoiided Breulwlck briefly Ills gale,
weary snd wistful behind bli glasses,
i.i"i un Ihe face ol Ibe girl ou Ibe
■bu b. ni uf i.i" borne, ind thi dint,
aeuilthe flush of bar face deepened
Ile stopped and honored her with a
n.'w (but, for all bia fintastkil attire,
would have graced a beiu of an earlier
decade "Will you be pleucd to enter'/" be suggested punctiliously. "Uy
bouse, euch u It U, la quits at your
disposal. Aai," he added, with s
glance over bl* shoulder, "I fancy Ibat
i word or Iwo may presently be
passed wblcb you would hardly care
lo boor."
Klrkwood lingered with his friend
upon Ibe door stoop. Calendar, re-
i.aier.ii from hia temporary consternation, wu already at the gate, bending
over II, fal fingers (ambling wltb the
Isi'h, bli round red lace lifted to the
bouse, darkly working wilb chagrin.
From bU threshold, watching him
with a alight contraction of the eyes,
Brcntwlck balled blm In tooea o( cloying courtesy:
"Do you wish to eee me, sir?"
Ths (St adventurer (altered Just
wlihln the gateway. Then, with trunnion! iwsggiT, "I want my daugh
ter I" be' declared vociferously.
Brentwlck peered mildly over his
(lasses, first st Cslendsr, tben at Klrkwood. His glance lingered a moment
"I iwint my daughter/''
on tbe young man's bonest eyes and
swung back lo Calendar.
"My good man," be said, wltb sub
lime tolerance, "will you be pleased to
take yourself off -to tbe devil If you
like? Or shall I take the trouble to
Interest tbe police?"
He removed ons fine and fragile
hand from a pocket of the dowered
dressing gown long enougb to Jerk tt
significantly toward tbe nearer street
corner.
Thunderstruck, Calendar glanced
hastily In tbe Indicated direction. A
hluo coated bobby wu to be seen approaching witb measured stride, diffusing upon tbe still evening air au
Impression of Ineffably capublo self
contentment
Calendar's lleshy lips parted and
closed without a sound. He banged
the gate behind lilm and waddled off
to Join tbc captain, who already, with
praiseworthy native prudence, bid
fallen back upon tbelr cab.
Sullenly extracting money from his
pocket, he paid off bia driver and In
company wltb Btryker trudged la morose silence down tbe street.
Brcntwlck touched Klrkwood's arm
and drew blm Into tbo bouse.
A:
OHAPTBB XXIX.
the  door   cloaed   Klrkwood
swung Impulsively to Breulwlck with the brief, uneven
laugh of fine drawn nerves.
"Good  i.a.dl. i.lil" ho cried.    "You
dou't l.llaaV. "
"I can surmise," interrupted tbo
elder man shrewdly.
"You turned up In tbe nick ol time,
for all the world liko"
"Uarlcquln popping tbrougb i stage
trap?"
"Nu uu Incarnation of tbe provl-
deuce that watches over children and
fools."
Brcntwlck dropped a calming baud
upou ills shoulder. "Your simile seems
singularly happy, Philip.   Permit me
. to suggest thai you Join, tbo child In
beckoning to blm In a^ manner i UJ ,iU(J,..  ue lautbed quietly, witb
a slight ood toward an open door at
i the cud of Ibe hallway.   "For myself.
I'll be wllh you hi one moment."
A faint, Indulgent smile lurking in
• thc shadow of his white mustache, be
watched the young man  wheel end
dart through tbe doorway.   "Young
hearts!" he commented audibly end a
trace sadly.   "Youtbl"
Beyond tbc threshold of tbe study
Klrkwood paused, eager eyes searching Its somber shadows for a sign of
Dorotby.
By tbe fireplace, s Illlle (o one side,
•be stood, one imall foot retting ou
tbc brau fender, her figure merging
Into the dusky background, ber delicate beauty gaining an effect of elusive end ethereal mystery In tbe wan
Ing and waxing ruddy glow upfiuug
(rom tbe bedded coals.
"Oh, Philip!" She turned swiftly to
Klrkwood wltb extended binds snd e
low, broken cry.  "I'm so glad."
A trace of hysteria la ber manner
warned blm, and he cheeked himself
upon (be verge of a too dangerous tenderness. "Tbsrel" ba tali soothingly,
letting ber bends rest geotly In his
palms while hi led bar to • cbalr.
"Wa cen mike.oureelvee easy sow/'
tba eat down, sat be released her
hands with s reluctance leas evident
than actual. "If sear I say anothai
word agalust'toy luck"-
"Who," Inquired tba girl, lowering
her voice "who Is the gentleman In
the flowered dreaatag.atowuT
"Breulwlck -OeorgeiSUvcster Brentwlck, an old friend. Tie known blm
for years, ever since'I came abroad.
curlousiy enough, bprwmat, tills Is thi
Aral time I've ever been hero. I called
once, but hs wsso't'ss-cfew dayssgo
-the day we mat. I thought the piece
looked familiar.  Btsmtd of inel"
"Philip," aaid tbe girl, wilh a grave
face, but a ehaklng voice, "it was" -
sbe laughed provoking!?—"it wu eo
funny, Philip, I don't know wby I
ran when yoa UM me to, but I did.
And while I rss I waa' conscious of
the front door hen epcjelnf and Ibis
Ull man In the flowered dresalng
gown coming down to the gate u If
It were Um most ordinary obing in
the world for blm to stroll oat dresMd
that way is the evening, atnd be
opened the gate and bowed and ssid,
svsy so pl<*MBtt», ffap/t to* nam
la, Hiss Csleadsxir "
"He idl''ftrldtamiilaairwoM. "Bat
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that, under tho uutbority contained
in section 131 ol llie "Land Act," a'
regulation has been approved by tbi
I.ii-iiii'iniiii iliaiiin.ai in Council fixing
the iiiii.ii.iiiin sale prices ol first and
second-class lands at af 10 and 16 per
aero, respectively.
This regulation lurther provideelhat
ibe prices fixed therein ahull apply lo
all lands with respect lo which ine application lo purchase is given favour-
iible consideration alter inn dale, sot-
wrtliataiiding the dale ol auch amplication or any delay Ihat may nave
occurred in the consideration ol tho
aauio.
Further notice is hereby given tbat
nil persona who have pending nppUca-
linn.' lo I'lin luud- lands under tbe provisions ol sections Hi or 36 ol Ibe
'Land Acl" and who ure-nol willing
to complete such purchases under lbs
prices fixed bv lire uloresuid regulgtion
shall he at liberty lo withdraw such
applications and receive refund of lho
moneys deposited ou account ol such
applications.
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Miniiler ol Landi.
Department ol i-autls,
Victoria, B. C, April 3rd. P.m.   t-i
PUBLIC  SERVICE ACT
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Stenographers will be held at the lol-
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Vernon and Victoria,
Candidates milet bo British subjects
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Third class Clerks; and between 16 and
31, if for Junior Clerks or Slsnogrs-
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Picnic Psrties.
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North Vancouver,   B, C.
May 19, 1911
,   Till'- COIIONATION
Tbe |,-.i.. 1 ul iiaili.iiiiil mourning lor
His lute Majesty, King Edward WI.
■ -,|.ii..l nn Mny Hill, when 11 Will-mil
memorial  SkvIob  wns  held   in   St.
• George's ('bu(ie), Windsor, ultcn'lml
by Iho King, Ijiuun uml lloy.il l.iniily,
i..i"il.i. with 11 Urge ' -1..i.I igi nl
H.i.miI relatives. This final publio ad
0!  hive  .11..I respect   huving lieen u>'
C.lllkll,   till!   life  uf   llll)  II,all,.11   I.'.'IIIIOB
its ordinary course,
The eileaded teriee of brilliant cere
monies uml fiiiu'liiiiis which will icscl
its culmination in Ilm u.jiiinilion ul
King Ueorge V. no Thursday, June
33ud, Ims already begun in I uiul .11
On Ihu evening ul Muy 7lh I'u'ir Hu-
j'-i 1.-.- Iii-i.I ilm first ul 11 succession 0!
euiirls whieb Wei iillenilnl hy appro*-
iinutuly one thousand Invitod1 guests.
111 udliililin In ill'-'1 ll.ilulllr llCCuSillllS
wliidi will Im repealed ut frequent In-
Icrvula, tin; iirogrnin prcviuiis -lo Ihu
coronation   includes  the  opening  liy
tlio King in alule ul ihe Festival   uf
Empire ul iho I'rysiul l'uluce, ihu unveiling hy lho King ul llie ll'ioin Mo-
turiu   Ma-iidaii.il   in   Ihu   Mull   iv.hi'li
-    ii..i..|iii..| a,.. Tueeday ul tbia  >aek),
'   thu  opening  ol (be Imperial Coaler-
rii'-.'. u bumpier lu foreign repiesiuiu-
11.a., ut Buckingham l'uluce,   .ni-1 Ihu
receiving ul Colonial 1'rvniiua by   lho
I King.   These funfitI.Jus fully    occupy
all dultis, including Iho day previous
lu iin Coronation.
While tlio coronation marls the culmination ol ibis season ul brilliusl festivities, il iluoa mil by uny moans terminate ii inasmuch us the program
uri'iiiigiil provides lur u oniilinuuliuu
ul lho uutiuUiil rejoicing by moans ul
military uml navel reviews, gulu
theatre perforwsncan, processions, luncheons' uml kindred lunctiuns wbicb
will make ol l.ondun the anno ol a
serius uf fui lulus, iinua|Uull.il in
spluuitur unlil   Ihu   uud ul July.
Aa fm ihu coronation ilaoll, ihi urogram will develop .. wonderful surees-
mini ul iiui;'iiiii'.-i.i  lealuree, in  dee-
eriptiun ul whioh a volume might   1
writtun.     TJ10 occnsioii will   oerlninl>
rank ua thu gruuUml pugounl nl   I in
|.ii.   ysl  seen in I '.ii'l'.n, which   implies I, very griiiil denl wbm previous
occasions   upon which similar display
baa taken plane in tlm grout nniirii-
pulis within re"i«it yours uiu Welled,
liul it  shuiild lie i.i.,.iiili.i..l    liml
tbe   corouution   eoruinuny resplendent
as ii will li.- is alter all uf sunuiiduiy
.   1.1.ni.. i.i    It ia designed unly to con-
•.iii.ii'' un appropriate svtliug lur ihu
.'M'ni|.liii.',.i."ii ul lbs gi.ni principles
ol eivic and religious lilwrly, win. I. il
0W«sIb.  Kiug George V. of Urout Hri-
tsiu    is   the   gruaUst   i-oljslitiiliouiil
monarch ul lho pi unlit duy.       llu ia
tba persouiliculion ol llie righls   uud
liberties   uf   a   'rec   und onliglilsni.l
people who yield him a willing ullo
glance,' whn honor and roS|)OCt him as
s worthy roprcseotutive ul bis nation,
as une whu hua a due appreciation uf
■ the righla uf llritish irni/tat und   us
one  who  is  a  truly    constitutional
Hiunarili in svery sonee ol tho  term.
Jie is the "iwiubitaljle heir"   tu   the
throne ol llie llritish people and   ui
such righllully occupies the pusiliun uf
rulor 4 ths grout**! empire that the
world has Men.    The coronation ceremony it, thordore, designed,  by   fit
magnificence to rifleot in some degrne
lb* power of the British nation,   tbs
gmttoeoi of the British Umpire,   Ihe
. inidliganee, freedom aM wealth 4 the
firUim, ptjma,
• The avmantoawmt ol the occasion
_ jus jr«i. it^feW >*<«S#a<li («f Uw S»a|«W
I h.il il ivIi'lii-uiiM Ilm i.lli.ainl aisiiiii-
pliun ul tho lln.iin- upon Ihe purl ul
II monattrh whuau roign gives overy
promise ul proving tlm greuloat   cun-
Hiiiiiiia.iinl reign ol history. Kim
Oeorge V, ia in lho prims ul life. <'u-
Inia.i uf lioullli uud ul tireless energy ;
IliS    ral dad. I la HI    Ullll     lllllllill]:     llllH   lll'.-ll
ull iliiii OOllld In- il.'.iir.-il and bus l.ivn
nasialisl by lho personal esuniplo. uf
two nf Iho must illustrious rulora whn
have occupied tlio ihrune nf Oreut
Britain—Victoris thu Qood, nud Kit.
wurd ilm Peacemaker; thu empire over
whioh ho rulos bus kiiuwu no ea|iial in
thu history uf Ihu wurld iu .....In.-..
und i'ia-.iin.-...-; Ihe period in which
his reign hus fulli 11 ia uu.i ul Ihu very
gioulosl Import in Ihu history ul mankind,    Ilia'aiHa.,'    1)1    ill'     tt.ali.lidl.il     .a i
vniiconii'iil III la ..iniii: . in science, in
invention, bocuoau ul thu awakening Irom I lion sliimliurs ul uii.-i.iii
I"-.a|.i..- wlinso pnwoni In'..- I..in latent
lui mail) centuries uud boouuao ul
ninny signs which point to lho fuel
(but the nations nuw sluml upon ihu
vurgu ul one ul Ihu muat mumunluus
erai uf human history.
It is, thurduru, in uccurd with thu
ium ■■ 4 Mini: thul ull ihu appoint-
inonls surrounding und uttiuding ihu
coronation nf King 'ieurgu V. ehuull
i" uf such u nature as lu niuiiifest u
just appreciation ol tho innermost
un.i ulti'iniust significance u! Iho occa
■iOn     ttlll.-ll    it    ' a 'I.'llllll.'H. ,
Lynn Valley Notes
Mr, Fetor Weetover1! mother lult lor
the esit thii week.
Mr. and Mrs, Sforl sre onoe more situated in their house op Kilmer Road.
Mrs, Turner's sislor, lire. Gibson hse
been vjaiting Lynn Vulley thia week.
All the Are hydrunts through the
Valley are reeplepdent in a eoat ol
red paint.
A new family by tlie name nf Duval have moved into their h.iiiio on
Fromme Road,
Mr. Ales. Campbell, er., is building
a new house lor hlmsell and family
nn Frederick Road.
Rev. 0. li. Fakeley will preach bis
farewell minium in I .yuu Valley on
Sunday, May 38th, loaiiug Ior a trip
In tho old country to his home in
Kent.
A e|K)iiinl mooting ill tho Ladies' Aid
nl tho Mothoriist church wns held Inst
Tneedny ulluruuuii at Ihe home ul
Mrs. Snnw,  Frederick Road,
Mrs. Illnir's dailghtsr m.-l wilh nu
ucciduiit which might huvo proved, dis-
aslrnui. Thu young girl was crossing
the Ilium' when in sumo wuy sho slipped and full in but ninniigwl to "limb
uul wilh only „ Wuttiiig nud tlm loss
nf her parcels.
A tract nl 10 acros near tha top ul
lloekin II.mil ia Iwing cleared for tho
purposu ol l.uilil ii; a niiiul.'i ol
liouses lor sinull Inmilius ooniing to
the Vulley, InnUm ■ operations to
commence as soon ua the weather will
I iorn.it,
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Canadian Verse
Smw**WAtwwwimtmtmmmmam*i
THE LITTLE WHITE 8UN.
By Aniii. Campbsll Husstls.
[Annie Csmpbell liuestls was burn
in Hoiifm   in 1876,   snd is   chiefly
I .a. .-..a as a writer of occasional
verse fur the Canadian and American
iiiagstines.]
The sky bad a gray, grsy face,
The touch ol the mist was chill,
The esrth wss an eerie piece,
Fur the wind nmsned over the hill;
Hut the brown earth laughed, and the
iky turned blue,
When the little white sun came peep-
mi/ through. ,
The wet leaves saw it snd milled,
Tin; glad birds gave it s song—
A cry from a heart, glee-wili),
And Ihe echoes laugh It along:
And Ihu wind mull went whistling,
t«,'
When the lilllo white lun came peeping u.i.-ni'li
Hu welcome the chill ol rain
And the world in Its dreary guise
Tu have it over sgsin,
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thut the
llnwo Sound sud Nurthern lluilwny
Company (a cuuipuuy incorporated I-;
Iho legislature ul Ihu Province ul Hri
lish Columbia', will upply al Um pre
sent session ul puilialnunt ol Canada
lor an Act (I) declaring thut Ihe
works and undertaking ul the Cum-
puny are wurks lur the general advantage ol I'uiinilii : (ll) to estond thu
linos ol railway which the Company ia
now authuriiod to cunslriict and operate us fuiluws : from a point ut or
near Liliuoot, Ihonce northerly alnng
the valloy ol the Fraser rivsr to thu
town ol Fort (lourge, ih.no: nurthorly
to the valley ol Iho I'arsuip River and
alung lho vulloy ul lho Parsnip rivsr
lu a point at or noar ils junction with
ths Peace rivor, thence easterly uluiiy
tlio 1'eace river lo 1'cace lliver landing ; wilh pnwer tu Iny uul, cunslriict,
.,pernio and muintuin u branch lino
Iruin Newpurt al the hsad ol Bows
Sound lo ths citiss ol Nurlh Vancuuver and Vancouver; (3) to empower
the Company lo own, develop nnd operate water powers lor the purposes ol
its underlsking ; (I) to cumtruot and
npi'iiiiu icl.-pliuim aiid telegraph linee
snd lo charge lolls lor the use thereol ; (fi) tu own, build, purrhuse or
otherwiss obtain nnd operate steam
and olhor vessels; ni) to build and
operate elovutors, wfauris, wurohousoSa
etc., and to carry on ths business ol
geiii'i-iil wurchouecmoii, and lur such
other puwera und privileges as may be
incidental or neceeiury tn ths above.
IIATKII at Ottawa Ihis nth day   of
April, 1911.
l'HINOLK & QUTBBIE,
Cltlten lluilding,
Ottawa,
Snlicitors lor Ibo replicants.       tl-h
Thai iiinint'iit of sweet surprise,
isn lho brown esrtl
the iky turns bins,
oris .
When lho brown esrth laughs, and
As (he little while sun oomei .peeping through!
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Canadian Verse
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LOVES HARVEST,
By Berry Miatsn.
[Barry Btrston, a oouslu ol 0. 0 D.
Robeirte, wee bom at Frodsricton,
Nil, In IUM   He studied law, but
He hu written "Layi ol Um, "Bull
tag of the Bridge/' and "The Hunter's
forsook that profession lor farming.
■ id
das." and "Tbs Hand
Hsndbook."]
The furrows of lite Time U plowing,
But we mourn not Um Spring which
departs,
For the husbandman fats, in his
sowing.
Scattered love in the soil ol our
hearts,
Oh, blow, grains ol love lo the bind-
Ingl  '
Oh, blush, golden fruit on Um bill I
Tii s dfesjy, long dsy to tfae grinding,
But a short, pleasant way horn Um
Bul londnesi and faith will be grow-
ine, ^
Be (he tby <-|eer ot ftffy thoaa.
When fortune li ripe ie tfae awaug
' gether ow hawvesl 4 lotsl
JAY & CO.
BUILDERS
1'lsni prepared and Kslimalos given.
Office: 1107 lloinin'oa Trusl Rldg.
Vancouvsr.
i'hons 2I'J7
Residence, IW I'.ighth Ave. B,
Norlb Vancuuver.
H. D. RUGGLES
llAltltl.STKR
NOTARY I'lilil.io
IU «tb Hlrwt East North Vinoosver
i'hone 371
An Opportunity of a Lifetime
WmmmWSmmaWm^ '
Block 34,. Districl IM 850. Ona Blook from Carllna.
Urge Sued Lpts, 80 x 157, a« Cleared. Magnificent View. Ono Bloek from Boulevard
Pricei $950 North View     mcma'ui.I is,'s,ws1mwwiiii
$1000 South Viif Pij   u        r
Double cornen from $23oo UaerWiiaTayU,
J -".
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a PoEcy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd.
(LONDON, ENGLAND)
ASSETS: $94,900,000
Sole Agent
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC.      18 LONSDALE AVENU&
Agreeniciili and Contract! drawn
ol evsry dsscription
Phone 157
Ctnsral
l.oiiveyanung
237
VY/E are Sale Agents
"   for (hit Block in
North Vancouver.
Come   in   gnd »ee   us
about |nil i-:> and terms
THE NORTH VANCOUVER TRUST
CO, LTD.
219 Lonidale Avenue Telephone 44
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sassa.
Stores
FRUIT    PRODUCE    ,
CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, Etc.
WHOLESALE ONLY
PETERS & DOYLE
120 Second Street East. Telephone 206
Convenience lo Noilh Vancouver Merchants
Buy in Yohr Own Town. Your Ordcn Solicited
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
Cor. 8th and Lonsdale
Phone 40.
DBANCH STOKE
63 Lonsdale   ^M m
Store of Quality
llnyiil llniiHih.ilil or 8 Bos* Flour
40 lb. auoli, rag. tl.JtO our
prioo   , ....,$1,70
lloyul Sluii'l.iiil, 40 Ih. Buck, rog.
11.78, our price     11.86
I'l'i-I.'.'linn   1'imliy,   18  ih.   ssck.
reg.  Ian-, our price  40o
Willi Unsu, 10 Hi. Buck, reg. 40o
our price  38c
Com, I'i'iih mul Beans, reg. 3 for
36s, 1) lor $10)1
Tomatoes, large nun, reg. 16a, 'J for lifio
English 1'icklus, mixisl, large hot.
.   rog. 80c, our price  , Ihe.
Worcester iSsusc, I.en k Benin's,
reg. 'lfic, our price  'Khi
Win-coster Sauce, I .en k Burrin's,
lurge, ron. 88c, our price 80c
Washing It in in a ni in. lurge buttle,
reg. ihu, our price  16c
Wushing Blue, largo bot. rog. SOc
2 lor, 36e
Olil Mulch (Wiser, reg. 10c, 8 fur "Jf>.-
1'ols Naphtha So.-.|i, rog. 8 liir 36o
4 for   36c
l.nnn.liy >Sna|>, ng. 6c bar, 7 lor ihe.
lupun Bice, re^. 60 6 fur 36c
Kino Sagi), ng, Klo 4 lor -V
I'hiislie's Sirilus (tins) reg. .l.V ...80c
M.i.iir'j's  Mi.dus   (tin  pail) rog.
30c  3Jjc
Bumpkin, lurge tin, rog. 16c. 3 lor 38r
Fresh  Bhuhurh,  reg.   4 lor 36c.
 6 lor 36c
Wo curry  a  lull  line  ol Ire h 1:* I
cured meats ut Inwcst prieis.
3 Ih. Bail Wild Bose,I,ard, reg.
BOe  46c
3 Hi. pail .Swill's Laid, reg. 66c...60c
!) Ih. Wild Boss Lard, ng.   S0c...76c
5 Ih. Swill's I erd, re^. 8ic .40c
ll.-iihs,   SUwart's,   rig.   30c, .„ Ifk
Bree delivery lo sll imrls ol cily.
I'lesh   I .'iin.'.',   I'lii-ninl'i'is,   Oniuiii.
in al Aspurugua.
I'lec delivery to ull purls ol ths cily
FOB SAI,K-60 ll. lot on Olh slnei
nurlh side, <l,360, lerms; 60 It. lol
on 7th street, $1,3(10, l-.'l cash, hulnno
arrange
UiiAL EBTATB,
TEUBPHONE Ho.
LOANS, INSUKANCI
I'. O, IKiX 114
NEW YORK CAFE
ESPl.ANAOE WEST
LOW Sl^Proprietor
MBAIiH AT AM, lliilllt:-
8i.m. 1.1B |. in.
First-class Meals iy.
(diiiiiiini,.ii.in Ticked, n mesls
^4-75
Rooms for Kent st modsrsis rates
N.V.W00DYARD
CUT WOOD
Vtiaab-it pay iaai
IS i»«H».36 par load
Cordwootl -#6 per oord
QUkttaiytrii
SECOND mmmhl.W,
FtMMlM
A. Campbell Hope
C. A. ('Al.
ARCHITECT
603 Hastings Ktretil Wesl, Vuaruuvcr,
i'- 0, phons 6038
lli*idi'iii-i'   Tireinun Bl.ieli :I6H lit .Si.
L.i.i, North Vamuuvir. Bhune III 13.
WE COULD
Paper the World
Irom our slock nl now Wnll Papers
so it seems. Kvery duy somo new
design arrives to 611 the vucuncy
ol ih.i.u iluiwd out.
COAST IIISTBKT, BINGE 1
IAKB NdTKB lh«i the Ynncmivir
Timber k Truding Company, LiuinSd,
intendi In a|iply lur p. rmiasion to
purchase ihe lollowlng deS'ri'e^ lunda:
Commencing ut „ p.,iai |,hmied at tbo
Kurlhwesl curuer ol Lot i'lh, ibeSc.'
running souih '26 chuiijs, ihme will
DO chains, I hence nurlh 38.09 chin.,
Ihonce eusl-DO chuins, thence sui'lh
8.09 chains to place ol commencement.
VANI'Ol VKK TIllBEIi k i'BAI)
ING CO. LTD.,
W. II. VAI'GIIAN, Agent.
Ilnli.l April I III b, 1911. 13-7
Now   Westminster   Land   Districts
Dialriot, ol Now Wcslminslsr.    TAKE
notice   that Hubert   Duff  Kimond  »l
Vancouver, I). (I   occupation, broker,
intends lo apply lor permission to pur-
liuse (lie lulluwing described lands :
I'omiiiancing at a 'post plmilml on ths
M VIA"
XPIRICNCS
_teione
CopvHiome Aa.
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ATEINTS
Wkmimm
leB IW WiMitil of MonuflollirtrJ,
sne ollui. Kliu re.lilt- Hit «alila.MI
Handsome Wall Paper*
are here in endleei variety, .Just
tell our snli'sinun lQf what room
you wont the pa|i«r and he will
'how yiMi just ihe pattern you aro
looking for.
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To  choose from our stock is e pleasure, to pay our price Is easy.
W, H. ST0NEY & CO.
117 laonsdale Av«us pboaa 149
iwing deacribed I
''iuu at a post planted
west aide ul a small hay on tb North
lino ul Lot 3830, thence wesl 30 cbaioi
more or loss to tho nortbweel eoener
ul Lut 3830; thence south 83.70 chains
In Ihe 111.1'ih,est corner of l«t 3833,
I heme wesl 31.73 chuina to the south
east comer ol Lol 668; thence north
80 chains more or lees lo tbe south-
west corner uf Lot 1338; thenoe east
33.78 chain, mors or leee to shore ol
lake; thence in a southerly dirsetion
ulong shors ol luko fo point ol com
muneement.
RODEBT DUFF K1NMOND,
lllh March, I Oil Ci
I. DOWIC
:ONTRACTOR AND BUIfaPpH
Plant, Specification*, gitfmatei
P. 0. Boi 37, Nortb Vancouver
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N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
TeJephoM 27«
127 LONSDALE Ayi.
NORTH VANCOMVW the mmm, mmi. vanpuuvek, u. q
m
m
ever
attempted in North Vancouver
m%
Drastic Price Cutting
on Men's Clothing,
•  Furnishings,
Boots and Shoes
at
CUMMING'S
MT( Sales on the South Shore even
lj pale in insignificance when
compared with this wonderful money
saving event. We have been marking down and re-arranging the stock
for the past week, preparing for fast
furious selling on Saturday morning.
Don't waste tjme/ and money going to the city
I * v '-' ' ■■
if its clothing, furnishings, boots or shoes you
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want.    .    Our price cuts will astound you.
Is determined to make this
sale a record breaker for
stupendous cutting and
slashing of prices, in order
to clear out his heavy
over-stock at once.
Everything Reduced
Nothing Reserved
Read Prices That Tell the Story Better Than Our Words
MEN'S CLOTHING
MEN'S 0001) TWEED SUITS-Jtut the thing fur
present uml summer wear. Keg, Price */> nf
flo.oo and f 12.00.   SALE PRICE fU.jD
MEN'S IMPORTED TWEED AND WORSTED
SUITS—Single or double breast, beautiful patterns. Keg. Price f14.no and f 16.00 *n nr
SALE PRICE  •)"."•>
very fine imported tweed and WORSTED SUITS in latest styles and cut. sin nf
keg. $17,511 to lao.oo. JjALE PRICE '....?MsW
MEN'S HAND TAILORED SUITS in the very lut
'    eat new models and designs from (he best tailors in Canada.
Keg. Price fM.50 ...' SALE PRICE $ii,.%
Keg. Price U5.00 SALE PRICE flj.%
Keg. Price f30.no SALE PRICE far.9.5
Reg. Price ,,35.00 SALE PRICE $24.%
It will pay you lo sec, any of this lot. They arc
perfect fitters.
MEN'S ODD PANTS
Keg. Price Jj.50 SALE PRICK    7,5c
Reg. Price |j.,y> SALE PRICE f J.75
Keg. Price fe.oo to lj.50 SALE PRICE h.50
• Keg, Price f4.n0 to Uy SALE PRICE fe.aj
Reg. Price I5.00 SALE PRICE I.V95
Reg. Price J6.00 SALE PRICE U 95
All the above are money savers.
WORKING SHIRTS
At astonishing price cuts.<
Good strong .Shirts Keg. 65c ami 75c, Sale Price 351
Reg. fi.oo  Sale Price 75c
Reg. f 1.25  Sale price 05c
Reg. $1.50 Sale Price $1.15
Reg. fj.oo  ......Sale Price ft.35
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MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIKTS-New Spring Patterns.
Keg. Price fi.oo and $1.25 Sale Price 85c
Reg. Price fi.50 and fi.75  Sale Price (1.15
MEN'S HALHKIGGAN UNDEKWEAR-
Rcg. 50 and 65c .'. ...Sale Price 35c
Keg. 75c  Sale'Price 45c
Cashmere, reg. $1.00   Sale Price 75c
Men's Merino, reg. 75c  Sale Price 43c
Natural Wool, reg. $1.25  Sale Price 95c
Natural Wood, reg. $1,50  Sale Price ft.15
MEN'S SOX-
Reg. 25c Sale Price  15c
Men's fancy, reg. 35 and 45c Sale Price 25c
Keg. 50c  Sale Price 35c
Keg. 75c and fi.oo  Sale Price 65c
Good Working Sox  2 for 25c
MEN'S COLLARS- Reg. 20c    5c caih
. Large and small aires.
MEN'S HATS-
Reg. 11,50    Sale Price 95c
New Spring Hats, reg. 12.50 and I3.n0
.Sale Price  ■ fi.05
Slelson 14.00 and {5.00 Bale Price M 1-,
MEN'S HHACES-
Rcg. 25c and 35c  Sale Price 15c
Keg. 50c , ...Sale Price 35c
Reg. 75c and fi.oo  Sale Price 65c
'   m*m
Wc 1 aiiiiini describe each line. You need lo sec
llielii lo appreciate tbc values. They will simply
.iin.i/c you.
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BOOTS AND SHOES
Little Kiddies soft sole, reg. 75, sale price 40c
Kiddies' Slippers, reg. ft, $1,25, sale price 75c
Children's laced Shoes, fi.85, $i S price fl.15
Ladies' Oxfords, reg. I3.50 sale price fl.85
Ladies' Oxfords, reg. I4 sale price f3-45
Ladies' Butcher Cut, reg. I3.50 s. price fi.85
Ladies' Putenl Blulcher, reg. #5, s. price f2.85
MeiA reg. J2 WORKING HOOTS s. price fl.15
Men's Heavy Blutcher's fi'.cfl, sale price fl.65
Men's Boi Calf, Blulcher and Bal Cut
reg. fe.oo and 13.50 sale price Jj 45
f4.n0 lo li 1,vi 'Ium Calf Blutchcr J J. 15
f5.oo to J5.50 , f3.«5
f6.oo to |6.50, loggers, etc S4-35
BOY'S CLOTHING
Kiddies' 2-piecc Suits, 22-26 $2.85
2 piece Suils, sizes 22 to 28, reg. f.yoo to f6.oo
.      Sale Price + f3-65
BOYS' TWO PIECE, aire 29 lo 33. Reg. price
H-Voh lo f7.n0. Sale Price  $t-Hi
HOYS' THREE PIECE SUITS.  Reg. up l»
f7.5o.  Sale Price .., t..14.95
Come Saturday morning to a fetal of dean,
new and up-to-date merchandise. Tbi* sale
will ba Ihe sensation of ihe day for cut prices.
Remember the place and date.
Sale Starts
Saturday Morning May 20th
and lasl for 13
days.
WILLIAM CUMMING
Lonidale Avenue
North Vancouver
LOOKOUT
FOR THE
BIG SALE
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Auction Sale of Real Estate in
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City and District of North Vancouver
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The construction of Second Narrows Bridge is absolutely
assured,  and  there  will be no more postponements.
The same muy he suid uf Bailway Construction.
The work must now go on. Bridge and Railways
iheall opening the wuy for many large industries in
Nortli Vuneouver, uud docks und warehouses (or
.shipping must ulso follow to occupy its magnificent
wuterfront.
Given the BRIDGE, Uie KAII,WAYiS, the IN-
.IH'STRIKS und the DOCKS, what can hinder
North Vancouver from becoming the I,iverpool of
the Pacific Coust ?
More than thut I Add to these commercial advantages the location of North Vancouver for residences over u very wide urea und stretching from
the North Arm to Howe Hound— a location which
cannot he paralelled anywhere, und you huve a centre thut is bound to draw to itself a vast population.
The fact that the University Commissioners gave
second place to North Vancouver for a location for
llie University means much. It certainly would
have taken lirst place if the government had possessed a sufficient tfeu of land there to locate it
upon.
Where can a settler go to reside and have
su many advantages ? Kor his family there is every
advantage in Churches and Schools. For truvel
there is an excellent 20 minute Ferry Service owned
und operated by the City, and an ever-extending tramway system.   A perfect system of  sewage
drains is being installed in the Cily and llie Water
Systems of the Cily and District are very good,.
North Vuneouver is known us llie piny ground
und pleasure resort of Vancouver, liul liusc pus
sessions essentiiiljy helong to her own citi/ens. Her
mountains to climb and Tier canyons ol world-wide
repututiou to view. Her shoutings ami fishings mill
her pleasure parks are all iter own, and us lime
goes on all these things must contribute tu lur progress and popularity.
North Vancouver's progress during llie pnsl six
years has been phenomenal, considering Im 111snl.it
ed position. Her population has increased seven
times. Her tax revenue last year wus 1 levin limes
as much us it was in 1.904. Thc assessed value of
the North Shore lunds is today nineteen limes what
it was six years ago, and the ilectorale has lucrcas-
ed from 574 voters to 8,100 votus.
This rate of increase should he greatly auilei.il
ed on the advent of Railways and new Industries,
It is, therefore, no idle dream lo cxpcil a popltlti
tion of 30)000 persons on the North Shore before Undid of 1916, and lo have (he taxable vulue of pro
perty ut least four limes what il is today. Any oil -
who takes account of facts iiiust rccogmw! that
these estimates are moderate and well founded.
Taxes are not levied on any improvements in
either the City or the Districl. This means much
to encourage local industries.
I have instructions to offer the properties after mentioned lor sale by auction in my
Real Estate Exchange Hall, Club Block, Esplanade, North
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Vancouver, on Saturday, 27th May, at 2 o'clock, p.m.
The following are the properties to lie offered :
In the .East End of District
20 lots in ti. I,. 622.
Lots 6 and 7, Block i|, I). I.- 625.
. I,ol 10, Hlock ,t6, of I). I,. 611 on Bridge Hoad.
Lots 23 and 24, Hlock 41 of D. I,. 611, double
corner. ,
This section is of note in respect that a new saw
mill of large capacity will soon he operating. C011-
Uacts are let lor the construction of a dock of 15,-
000 ions capacity for ship repairing and arrange
incuts are well advanced for the establishment of a
lurge business in building Steel Railway l'ulliisau
Cars and Ships. These industries alone involve a
capital outlay of about $2,000,000 and they will
give regulur employment for about 2,000 men,
which means the establishment of a town ol gomllv
size, An efficient Water System is being introduced
lo this section. Electric power and light service
are now available out to Deep Cove, and an import-
aiil advance is soon to be made for good muds.
In Lynn Valley District
Sixty lots in block 9, D.I,. 612, situated ou and
near the Lillooet Road.
Seyen lots iu Illock i, of A of, I). I,. 200J, near
llie Fromme Road. . ■<,
Kighl lots in hlock 15, of 1). I,. 2iM, ne.u Hos-
l-nis Road. J
Lots 12 and 13 of Jot 3 of block 18, 0. I.. 208H
ou Hoskins Road.
Illoeks 73 and 74, I), \t. 21119 uear Centre Road
I,ot 9, of Mocks 108-109, D. I,. 21M) near Centre
Road..
I/iit 24, of W 1-3, D.L. 799.
tot 4, Block 4, of W/, I), I,. 868.
Lot 22, Block 16, D. L. 614.
I.oi If. Block 3, J). I,. 2025, near District Municipal Hall.
Hlock 8, I). 1„ 854 on Seymour Pipe I,uie Koad.
Lot 20, Block 6, D. b> 860, Seymour Jalley.
The extension of the tramway through Lyim Valley, the iiiacaduiMi/.iiii' of the Lynn \ llr\ Road and
the Centre Road, the good water supply and ih
Kleetric I,iglit and Power Service all combine to
make this lovely valley an ideal residence centre.
The location of the Dislrict Municipal Ollice there
is also to be a most important factor for its development.
District Lot 612 being close to the Keith Road
uml well situated to receive benefit from Bridge and
Railway Construction is bound to offer a most progressive investment. It is expected that the Seymour Valley will soon lie opened up by Railway
construction,
In the West End of District
The easterly 80 ncres of D. L. 886.
Block 27, of D, L/1039.
LoU '6 and 7 of lots 1-4 of Block J, D. ],. 600.
UU 5, (,, 7, and 8, block 6 of WJi D. L. 617.
These properties are to receive a great impulse
from Um tajly constrnctiorr of take Keith Road Ma-
>, 1.n
Cor-
rine Driveway from ihe city  west lo Kegle  il..i
bour.    It appears altogether ljkelj that   Uuilu.u
construction  out to ihe extreme west   end will  lie
immediately  taken oil hand lu connect with   llie
north and lhal in the near future .1 tunnel will con
nect this west end very closely wilh the 1 ii\   ol
Vancouver.   When these things lake place, 1 Ik 11 .11
suredly the West lind of North Vancoitvci will be
come the  "West  End"  lor residences nl tin um
chant princes of the cities of Vancouver mil V>n.
Vancouver and present Vuneouver prices will   |-:c
vail there.
In the City of North Vancouver
and Vicinity.
Six lots near I,arson Road in I)   I.   =,lr
Subdivision 13, lot 1, block r>, ol I). 1, y|S, ..n
list street.
Subdivision I, lol 6, block i.\ ol 1). I,, t,\,i, on
17th street.
27II1 street.
LoU 41 and 42, block 237, I). I,. 54s uud Si
laots 12 and 13, block v, I).I.. 5.V 1 Double
nerj on 2ist> street.
Lot 2, Block 106, D.I,. 550. on Kahili siimi
Lois ,-1 and '> ^double corner) block 11. I). I. --.■■
on (.rand Boulevard, 106x140 feet.
Lol 4, block 2o, D. I,. 55$ on Whileiliunh street
Hlock 16, I). I,. 553, near Keith Road.
Four lots in Block 5, ol I). I,. 553 on Thirteenth
Street.
I.a.i'. io, ll and 12, block <y, II. I,. 55.1. on lira)
loll street.
Lot 29, Block 33, 1). L. 553 on Keith Ro.nl
Lot 22, Block 15, 1), L, 553, on Eighth Slice!
Lot 5, Block 2, I). L. 273, on Keith Roud.
Lot is, Block 17, I). L. 273, 011 Fourth Slreel
Lots 3 and 4 of Lot 7, block 12, I). I,. 016, Nil
liam Street.
Lots 3, of 6 und 7, block 3, I). I,. 6lfi.
East half oi Lot 14, Block 143, D. L r;.)jjm.ti\
house, partly tin lot yielding rental, 8 feel melow
grade and suitable for business iil.uk.
Lois 47 and 48, Hlock 166, I). I,. 271, on tin Km
planade near Lonsdale Ave.
Lot 14, block 170, D. L. 274, mi First street.
These are all properties which huve gnul possi-
bilities of development aud increase'i>l value.   Dis
trict Lot 553, though not actually bl Hie tilv 1. 1
dary immediately adjoins it and il has |ir...ji'..II.
all the city advantages.   Man\ of thru advi 11 igei
are enumerated above, but one of tht  most ihi,
esting and important is the near o*jghbor|ioi d
u^any of these'Lots of the Grand Botlfoyard • n
(Jueensbury Park.
Catalogues giving full particulars icunlin^ .ill
these properties and conditions of sab can l.e li.nl
al my office on or after thc 25II1 inst
Any purchaser may be asked to forthwith deposit five per cent, of the price offered iiDim 1 <.11.1v- .11
ter tke property is sold to him, and in 1
the purchaser must sign the Sub' Register. The first
cash payment on the purchase price inusl be made
at my ollice not later than the .villi insl.
V. 0. Boi 344.
Phone Jfo. 10,
I        I
ALEX PHILIP, Auctioneer
Local Items
J, l.sulst and Neiik l.oasdula
Freeh Cresm nl the flrol|o, M cents
pur niut.
Flush I .ul I mm Im- Sal... I!. I',.
Ku.'ii.', I.iili (treat.
Tliu Urol lit, noar llie Puny whirl
Im- thu bust in Fruits, Confectionery,
TiilmiJ-.i.d uml  l-'a.iini.iiii  lininiiiii. daily.  Sv.l.. nnil Campbell, proprietors.
lf(-«
V.lier Murray Co. fire insurance.
Fruit uml oundy store awl ice cream
parlor, resl nice business lor lady,
cash ro<|uired, 1600. See .1. Mcllwainc
15Q .Hit) slreel, North Vancouver, 33-6
"Tlm Knoll, In. li view lull, two
lil..il.ai Iliuii I..mi..laic cur, bust view
in Norlli I oimiliil.', only .-inii. euiy
payments. I Ihi a,,. ..illiiia, eo gel
Iiiimv if you ...in to .-.-'■ 1111 one Ap-
|ily, .). Ilcllwaine, lift, .'lid'st, North
Vancouver. S3-8
Reeve snd clerk »ud miti With tha
Seal ol the Corporation.
4. The said Dobontiire Bonds Shall
bear Interest st a r«te not exceeding
live per cent, per annum, payable half
yearly on the 1st dsy of July snd iba
1st day Of January in eacji and every
year during the currency i)f the Ssid
Debentures or any nf them. There
ihall he attached to the Debenture
llomls Coupons signed hy the Reevo
lor car!) and evory payment of Interest
1 lini may become due. and such algnu-
lure may be either written or stamped.
t,. The said Debenture Bonds as.to
principal and Intereal shall he payable
ul ihe Bank of British North America
in North Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal, and the said principal sum shall
be made payable liy tlie Corporation
at a dale not later than thirty years
from the 1st dsy of July, 1911.
ii. For Ihe purpose of funning a
shilling fund for payment of ssld Debentures si maturity, and for payment
of the Interest thereon as It becomes
due, amounting, said Sinking Fund
ami Intereit together, to 1645, there
Is hereby assessed and levied over
and shove sll other rates snd taxes
the annual ruins h.-i opposite the prop-
crlieB hereafter described, lo be known
as "The Kim Street iFaiitl I ucul Improvement Bate,'' which turns shall be
payable out of and Irom the said properties, respectively, vli.:—
IlKSIWi'TION OF I'HOI'KUTV
m
District of North Vancouver.
A by-law 10 authorise the carrying
out oi' tiit* work »i i.w'.ii Improvement oi pari ul K|ng Street Kusi
nnil raising liy wuy ul Local Iin-
provemenl Debentures Hie sum of
10,5110 to provide part ol Hie i-os.i
of carrying out lbs suld work, and
in assess and levy llie l.n.ul Iin
I'l'oieiii.iii rule or lux re<|iiiioil to
iuu.i.i. tor the payment of Urn in
1. 1 u-.-i. ami III a 1 iinniliilu a siu.-iu
iiiiul in pay hit tin said Debentures.
WHKHKAS ihu Kins Street (KusO
I ii. ul Imiaiaiu'iui nl lly-luw. Hill, was
pai.Hidl liy Hie roiiu.il 01 Hie Dlstlicl
if N«r|h \ aii' Oliver lu provide for
igi-ei'lalnlng Hu; luml lb be pcnelilted.
ami. Hie |ii'ii|iiu'lliin ill bolietil lea el veil
In smi) Inii.l.d from llie proiiosed ilear
1., 1 T.uiii,: and lioiiiovardlng Hun
..11 ui King Slreel Eusl, extvndiuv
lot tlil'ee IlllfCks euSlWiililK il'nm lull.-
ilule Ail-inn- in iliu Id.in.-il> boiindar)
ul lilm I, 11. Dietrict l.ui 786, all in
the   .Miallli iiialll.   ol   Hie   lllsliin   ol
Xoiiii Vanrdiiyer, in Hie lull width ul
Hi. road, ami iii.iiii|l.iiiii.iuu tame lo
a unIili ui :'l Im 1 Del ween illlilieu,
ami llie i'S|iiiipi'i.tliun Of lamia lieies
Sail! where nm ali.a.l. uvail.ill.,- for
said pilVposi'.
AMI WHKHKAS ll was roilled III
said ilv-l.au. Han Hie cHimali-il cost
01 .-.uid Iiupi'iveineiil Work was 111,966
Hun Hie i'oiiiiiII iiinl agreed lo expeud
(iniii Hie Hi n.-ial Funds ol Hie Uuni
.i.alili Hie sum 01 i'1,166, and Hie
liiiluuii; ol id :,.i.i main ia, railed by
I II.Ill   HI.-Hi.    Si llllll;      ol     a      Local
AisobMiii-iii 10 pioaidu lir .arrylnn
mu Hie Improveineul ul Hu- said ltoad.
AND WIII-HKAS bj s.n.1 Local Im
i.i.iieiiu 111 |jy-l_w Ii is protideil Ihul
t.r lulldl In l.e lieiieliiii'd I.; Hie n.l
Ding mu 01 Hn; said Improvement uf
Hie said King Slreel I'm-i are Ihe
la mis lisiiuit a li'inilaii- on Hie eald
Mny Sir.-el lasl an lur as il Is lo l.e
I Imiil'.iieil.   uml   liun    Hie   iMi'iii    lo
'ulii.li such lands pre l.-iielii,. ! is in
i 11111 ui ilm; ti. Hi    I1.-nr.1h nt Ironiase I
ul   nn h   Iai..I.    i,,:,,.... I>   frunih 1.
1 11 mi said llouil.
1X11/ V.'HKIIK,'..-    11    I't-liiiou   has
I ecu   la-. 1 iii il   I,)   llie  1 mil., il  .1 led
as in .il' li si luii-ii'  ,1111 si: fled I y a '
.1. Jin i tj.   in   iiiiul. >   .a'  H'u     ' I' nils
■uiuiwi 1,1 Hi ■ lasl  ...    1 JM-.   a iniii
I lull ul Hu- 'nilii. I|aiuil. I.. I. III.'
.. . ...is nl  11.    lai'.i    all.-. I.-.!  le,   ihis
ill; Law and iheiowucrs oi more iliuii
uin liiill ill Villus.- ol .-mil land.- aslili,- ,
1   .J   Hie   .-dial   Iin]..11.1 'iin-iii   ol   Hie
I-'i-ic Sin at Kaai I e .Hilled mn es u '
"<al Id   10 . .. - :     ai .1 llu.1 ihe    '11
|!l,.'ilii|   li    li"!    li)     Di'lieliiii'-'-
'amis in l.e is.-inil on the sciiirily 1
',<   I dl'ul   Imiuiiv. ne in   lilies,   in   le
1.'Ind iiciordliii'i 11 Hie suid ironlu.'e,
1    I. on i'i. ,raid !,.i..Is In l.e heuelilled
■ alur.-si.lil.
IMI 'A IIKIIK AS iI.'.iiiiiiuiiI nl dolil
..a.; 1, ihis II)-Isin '•- iiilciulud In ere
Hi" is ."',"'1   iiiiil  Ihe sunn- Is he ill); a
- i.alaU in piuilile 1, 1.111.1 In purl for
'l>.    I111p11111.ini in   nl   Hie   ss. i   Imi.ij
'Slreel Kn.-i iindur la).ul liuproieinenl I
, I'liin
••AMI V\ilKIIK\s iin- nm.nun in be
raised nuu'iull)  lu   Special,Hale fm
I paying Hie d.-hi uud inn resi under ibis.
II) l.uw Is I' li.. being Iliu lor Sinking j
' Iiiiul uml |l'i.'. fur liilelesl.
A\|i IVIIKHKA8 Hie value of Ihe]
; whole luud uud Inipi'iniJiiiuiii, or nui
1.) a, aa, rateable uuder Oils II) 1 n«,
iniiirilln:   lu ihu lasl revised ussush-1
lie ul lull nl Hie Dislrlit Is ten Ibou
laud nine hundred dullurs i|iii,iupii.
AMI WHKHKAS III."I.Ill is i I
on the Suiiiili) ni the Blwelol Ilule.:
'i.i. .1 ap.I levied b) H1I1 lly-l_w, uu.l!
,1 1- u ,. 1,mii'i il liy H edii ol ih.
whole Municipality.
TIIKUKKHHK UK IT KNAI'TKD b)
.lie Heeve and Council of the Corpora-
I loll ul Hie llislii'l ol Norlh Vancouver, In Council assembled iwiih Hie
ma iu m 11 li. ters Of Ihe said Dis1
ai.al.,    la     l..'|. a V. a .    1 I/.  I
i     authority  Is.hereby  p|,un   Hu
id. i,a ii in cart1) .wi Hie ..mh of l.ocai
■      >' i ni' Hi.' laid King Slreel
■ ' ;..-' ail"'il nil ns |j)i»l
a . .ai under .nit) by .virtue of
.1 King Sli'i'ul iKasii l/ical Ini-
'   I'   lam'.  I'.'ll.
?.   Ii j I ill I.-, lav' .1 fof the Council
m i '•-• ia        of loi" Irom uny gap
-   ; odles uorpo-
Del io he Issued a*
Im i.i       . I i pmn of iiiniic)-]
il   in   v ii de the sum ol
ia,. same in he
H:e Bank ol
..... ,..iii of the
...     p ii. ns.-aim-.
. Ca,|
illjllil   "The  Klllafl
II
II
■ .uin of 10 W ll) whole
•• snd 'he
I'iei-k of the cniporoHun In I
ii,,  Municipal clauses A" and A.is.
iallia-nalillf- Iliu WII1IC Olid l|f HllS B^-ljlW
-,   be required, bul no
lu-ntiue shall ho for I meal
er suin I hull }I.U')ii.   K.i'li of Uie suld
Debenluroe shall be signed by Ibo said
s
9i
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1026 ' M
A
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123
♦26.75
5
46
9.78
li
46
0.78
7
46
9.78
B
•207
64.57
c
3
115.0
25.20
1
47
10.22
5        a
,   60
10.87
-
li
50
10.81
7
60
10.8',
S
60
10.87
0
19
10.65
hi
49
10.66
ii
49
10.65
IS
49
10.65
24/19
1
1
158,1
34.37
i
1
i;i2
28.70
SK'b
66
14.36
swy,
66
' 14,35
0
nil I
22.70
3
i
L'12
2S.70
7
104.2
22.68
8
132
28.7(1
1
1
168.1
34.37
7Mi    12
'i
IUU
21.74
6
100
21.71
7
100
21.74
s
IUU
21.74
Vi
1
100
21.74
2
:i
100
100
21.74
21.74
: i,   in
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21.74
The snid Kinu Slreel I Kasl I laOcal
Im irovoniuit Unl'.- or Tax shell be and
Is hereby levied nnd charged annually
Ic. Hie |n rlmi of thirty yesn as a lieu
or -|i:'r:i p... lie gloD) wllh and in
ii.: Iliull lo ami as fcimlng part of tlio
in uiul real estate luxes puyable for
aid oni of Ihe said respci-live proper-
Hi s lo llu; said Corporation
liul ii Is hereby provided that in
ll" event of gov of said properties
cliirged wllh ssld King Slreel iKtlsil
In al Improvement rale, being now or
hereafter suldlvlded. Iben the said
rale shall also he proportionately euli.
di' Idcd and soiled according to Hie
fi'-iii-un of each pari or lot aborting
ii -.-Id King Street lEsel). and the
i ba!1 i>:> 'i of Ihe lend shall be so
in du ll i :>s fur as possible no part
"i lol ill. '.'ng will have e less depih
Han one hundred ind twenty leel bin i.
ii. in suili fi.'-i ige, uml on sucb sub-
.lii.-ion bein e. to mode um! approved
' I j ■ ei iii .ie auihoriicd ly Die
t , uu il for Hn.' registration ol the map
a plan il"'i'"il. ilien Hie suld frontage
i.i. ihall be a ibarge only on iuch
purls ur luts i.li'iiiiiiii ou said street,
ami Ihu remainder of Hie said proper
ii>d so snlidivided lil uny) shull be
ir■ -I and released limn llie said rate
i.s u i barge or lien.
', The deu hereby created Is crest. .1 mi Ihe Sci urli) nf Ihe said Kins-.
Slreel iKnsti Lmal Improvement
'iai.' i.iilul and levied as berelnbe-
' ne provided, nnd il is guaranteed by
ihe Municipality al large.
S. This By-Uw may be cited for
all pin poses us "The King Street K_sl
Lmal improvement Lu.ui KylaSw,
I'H I." and shull come Into effect on
Hie Isl duy of July, 1011.
I'iiss.d hy Ihu Council on the Uth
duy nl May, 1011.
ileiuivud Hie essunl of the electors
ai an Kluetlon held on Ihe
day of , ni i
lleiiiiisideruil and dually adopted by
the Council : nil signed, by the Heeve
ind 'lerk uml sealed wllh tbe Cor-
purulu Seal on the day
ol ililll.
ELECTORS OF THE .DISTRICT OF
NORTH VANCOUVER.
Ti.ku notice Ibal Hie shove Is a true
Copy of Ibe proposed Hy luw won
vimh Hie vole of Ihe Municipality will
be inl.eii wllbln Ibe following polling
stations, vli.: In the l,ynn Valley
Instil uie Hall: In tbe church Hull at
i min i- of laonsdulc Avenue and Qaecn
Street, and si Hollyburn, all In lho
DisirlM of North Vsneouver, on .Saturday, Ibe '/iili day of May, 191), between the hours of il o'clock a. m. and
7 o'clock p. m. i     ,
JOHN O: FAHMER,
c. m. c. and Kelurnlng Officer.
public notice Is hereby given tbat
Hie vote of the Rlecton of thc District
of North Van'-ouver will be lakep on
the Kiiir. Slreel I Keel) laocal Improvement Loan Ily law. 1911, on Saturday,
ibe 27th day ol May, 1911. bolween the
Hours uf 0 oilock a m. and 7 o'clock
p. m wllbln Ibe follnwlni: polling
ih ■ bl lln; luim Valie/ In-
■'ii'". Hall: In Ibe Church Hall ol
ihe corner of l/insdale Avenue and
Queen fiire"t, und el Hollyburn, all In
•in- District of North Vancouver, and
Hut lobs 0, Farmer bu been appointed reluming olllccr to leke the votes
nf nidi elc lore with Ibe usual powen
iu Ihul behalf.
My order ol Ibe Council,
T. A. AIJ/AN,
Acting lloeve.
JOHN 0. r^RWBR.
ft "• 8/
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► i
t t rm mmm, north ya^uvrr,"*,' e,
88vmr
WEST VANCOUVER
Ml
"DUNDARAVEW  PL555
QUARTER ACRE BLOCKS on Keith Road (the new Marine
Driveway) 80 feet wide, and one block from the sea. Splendid
soil and magnificienl view. One p ' $QAA ftQ/»U
Fifth cash, balance over 2 years. IliCe «PWU WUI
JOHN ALEXANPER & Co.
121 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
AND
KEITH D., HOLLYBURN, WEST VANCOUVER
THE HOME FURNISHERS
FURNITURE
for everybody.
Carpet Squares
and Rugs.
We have just
received a
complete line
of Imported
Linoleums
and
Oilcloths
Prices right.
Special Attention given lo
Window Shades,
Curtain Rods, etc.
128 Lonsdale
Avenue
Protect
s=.*~ your curtolivj
and draperies by twlnf
a LI&ELL
Carpet J weeper •
DINING CHAIRS
AND TABLES
Buffets, Sideboards
and Dressers
Try our
All-felt
Mattress
Pillows
and
Blankets
11 von inland making your homo
in Norlh Vancouver soo uh.
We also carry a full
line of Crockery.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
teggm
NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALS
Lot 18, Block 35, D. L. 550, $1150. Cash $450, balance 6 and 12 months
LoU 54 and 55, Block 166, D. L 2/4, $13,000. Terms to arrange.  Near Lonsdale
Ibe above lots aro among lho bust buys in Niirlb Vancouver, and uii.n.lin; invcstoia will serve thoir own
interests by investigating. We havo thc esclusive sala mid also a large list ol nl In i Iota in th. I 'ity. ll ia
hi your own intereal to call and inspect our list heloro deriding.
ALV0 von ALVENSLEBEN, LTD.
Real Estate Agents.      Financial Brokers
Head Office: 405 Hastings St. W.f Vancouver, B. C.
British Columbia Branch Offices:
4 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver
llll Government St., Victoria
Brunch Offices in Europe
Berlin, (iermmiy
London, England
l'aris, France
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
Launch "Wesl Vancouver," Captain Fimllsy
Licensed lor 35 passengers
TIMETABLE
Uavoe Vancouver
iff)
10.00
12.00
um
i6.so
\    18X10
99.i
WKKK DAYS
(Saturdays only)
l*ovo Wail Vaneouier
8.30
10.30 ■
13.30
14.30
17.00
18.30
•11.20
WJ
14X10
17.00
18.00
81.10
Single Furs la*.
SUNDAYS
10.30
14.30
17.30
18.30
•ivm
Two Tickets Sic.
Quickest route Irom North Vsneouver to tin.' districl beyond
Capilano River. Lsupcl) "West Vsaconver" niskes luiiiin-
tions, without (ail, with the lerry steamers Irom N011I1 Vancouver, as per above schedule.
A W8WE CANADA
Ily courtesy ol tin editor, I beg tp
give s few (acts relative to tbe qnee-
I ion of Tijni|ieraiico Helorm in Can iihi
ninl (he United States. Information
and iKbication on any subject is njc-
OBSary to ils proper uuderslanding and
it may lw information to somo to
know that \n Prince Edward Inland
there is no licensed bar. TEe people
are happy and' contented, with perhaps, a I™ iixeiipliona. Therefore,
Prince Edwin)' Island map can lie
painted white in this respect. In Nova
Scotia J or moro nl tbe map ol that
province might also be pointed w»!lf
for only last year a prohibitive una-
siiro was passed, givjng to tbo province tho right to settle this question
for themselves, Halifax being Ibe chief
city still operating the liccnicd bar.
Now Brunswick is in a similar- posi
lion, (or il the population can bo tak
en in tbo same proportion two-thirds
of that province also may be painted
I'.-hii.'. Quebec province bus 700 parishes witfiout tbe licensed bar nnd
thcro is a grcal movonient being led
by llu; Unman Catholic Archbishop,
which is accomplishing lor Quebec reform on several lines. Though Montreal is increasing in population, 6(1
licenses were taken away last year,
and thc premier ol the province ,baa
promised legislation that will give tbo
people further rights in the settlement
ol this question. So moro.than half
of Quebec province nn In also be
painted white.
In Ontario 31) years ago 'there mra
0,0011 licences wilb hull the present
population. Today lb ire ore 'i,000 licences and uboul hull the municipalities in the form of towns and townships are under local option with a
decrease iu crime, povorly uud thc liquor bill. At I'd 1 half ol Ontario
could lie painted white. In Manitoba
lialf ihe municipalities are under a local option law. So lhal, Inking thc
population and area I another, it nn In
salely be said that nearly hall ol Man
iloba might be paintid while. Sask.
and Alberto bave at least one-third
while, ond u greot movement is on
fool in the line ol temperance reform.
Iu all Ihe provinces named, Ihcre is
some kind ol I0O0I option law, even
though not culled by that name, where
the people lu a more or less extent
have the righl lo setlle ihis queslion.
Hut in 1). ('., only about one-fillctnlh
of llie province, or ol ils map, could
be painted white.
Tlie comlrincd parts ibat would be
I'.an.1.-.1 black in all Canada ia greater
lliaii ihe while. The inlcrcala on the
in. lain Coast are aimilnr lo thoae on
Ihe Pacific. Mines, lumlier cuinpa.
balling, emigruut, tourists, ports, ami
u variety ol nationalities have been
on tllu eastern coast (or a greut many
ycura, while in tho west we huvo bul
lately begun the majority ol these interests. The need ol the one is the
need ol the other while the west haa
lieen tbc leaa dovclopcd. Therefore
speaking broadly Irom o temperance
point ol view, Ibe figures iasiicd by the
government show lhal the drinking
customs ol H. C. ore very much worse
Iliuii o'iy other purl ol Canada, add
lo which is another lacl that the jails
ol Ihu east are seldom, il ever, filled,
and aomelimes entirely empty, while
ihe juila of Ihe weal are all Ihe timo
full, though tbe accommodation in
either place is in proportion lo population.
In the United Slates, there oro ten
atutes under prohibition, apd many ol
thom under partial local option. Tho
census bureau lulls us thai al least 10
million people ure Iii in,: under prohibitory ur locul option laws ond that
there is considerable decrease in whiskey and beer, notwithstanding stnto
incnla to thc contrary. With an ever
inn-casing population in (but groat
country, lie lacl roniuini uniuiewer-
oble lhal all Ihe great corporations
demand sobriety on the port ol employed. In ..ii.iii.. ond other ne iuu
ii..iis will not iuaure u drunkurd ur
tippler. Over 100 cities ore Iree Irom
the licensed saloon, and the progress
of i.-li.rni goee on.
D. 8PENCEB,
Supt. I iai,.I Option.
Vancouver, May 16, IVII.
NORTH VANCOUVKH OITY FERRIES, LIMITED
TIME TABLE
TAKINd   EFFECT   MAY   FIRST,   1911
laCovc Vancouver 6.30 um. and
thereafter ovary 31) minutes until
7.00 p.m. Commencing .7.30 p.m.
every 30   ininulea unlil 11,30 p.m
il.. 1'.■..f 1H   13.ill and 1.00 a.m.
WEEK DAYS
J,oave Norlh Vancouver 6.00 a.m.
and therea'tor every 30 minutes until 7.00 p.m. Conoi.i-ni-ing 7.30 p
m. every 30 minutes until 11-00 p.
in. Ihcreoller 11.46 and 13.46 a.m.
Iwo  Vancouver  7.40,  8.30 and
9.00 Ihcreoller tame as wockdiaVs.
SUNDAYS
l,covo Norlb Vancouver 7.30, 8.00
and 8.40, thereafter same as weekdays,
PASSENUEK KATES
Single (are 8c, 6 (or 36c, 80 (01 II, 70 Ior 13.
A—Lumber wagons, trueks snd
drays, 75c relurn.
I! -3 horse espress carriages and
hooks, 60o rolurn.
'' I horse exprees . buggies and
outos, 36c return.
VEHICLE KATES
AH Uie shove rotes includo driver. Kales A and B subject to 30
per cent, discount in lots of 60.
tmum nmtp
Vat fm Ihe. rate, ic.
Minimum rale, )0o.
Time-table subject to change wilboul notice.
Company pot Ibsbio lor delays, accidental or otherwise.
.
mn
mmm
UUINLOr      11086  Every length guaranteed
ii
«s   FENCE snd GATES.   WegfeSorth
Vancouver agents lor this favorite fencing
M   HIKE FAINTS in sll colors and
DAlLU       finssshes
"CHANCELLOR" SitS
Garden Tools of Every Description
>
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
Phone 58. 133 Lonsdale Avenue,
———
NORTH VANCOUVER
Lots in D.L. 621, BAY VIEW; $300
to $325 per lot; $20 cash and $15
per month; or $50 caih and $10 per
month; or $100 cath, 6,12, IB mil».
S. F. MUNSON
BROKER     333 Pender St. W.      Phone 5654
NORTH LONSDALE
A few yards off LONSDALE AVENUE.   Only
two lots left, each 50 ll. by 167 It.   Price only $500
.each, I'3 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 monlht.
ELEVENTH STREET
Block and hall Irom car line, a cleared 50 It. lot (or
$1050, 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
C. E. LAWSON & CO.
15 LONSDALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVER
Phone 70—P. O. Box 97
Between Bridge and Imperial Car Works
■■'■■■■      ' —■ .—; ■>:■—-——•"-:".. -'■■—"'   ' "" "■-""
FIFTY FOOT LOTS
on open roads, from $350 up
ONE FIFTH CASH
We Specialize in Norlh Vancouver, East ol Seymour Geek
D.McLURG
340 PENDER STREET       VANCOUVER, B. C.
Scotch Clothing Houses
CORNER ABBOTr AND HASTINGS STREETS  -   VANCOUVER
UNEQUALLED VALUES
HIGH-GRADE CLOTHING
$15.00 $1850
$2250 $25.00
Genuine Satisfaction or no sale.
AH parcels delivered to Ferry
office. See notice on Ferry boats.
Scotch Clothing Hm»,\kim
CORNER HASTINGS AND ABBOTT STREETS
■ ■       ,.' ' . "... W|"mm,§ ■
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Great Hosiery Sale
The following lines will be offered 0» Saturday and
Monday.   Note tjiem :
50c and 75c value* 28c a pair
Plain silk lisle thread, also cotton embroidered and
lace hose, in black, tan, brown, reseda, helio, white,
Copenhagen, etc.- Great raiige to choose from.
35c lo 45c value* 17|c a pair
Plain cotton and lisle thread hose, in black, tan or
grey.   Good quality, well shaped and finished.
Regular 65c Hose, 3 pair* for $1.00
Women's open work silk lisle thread hose in striped
designs in all colors and black, unusual value.
Regular 30c to 45c value* for 15c a pair
Women's fancy colored lisle thread hose in assor'ed
patterns.   Extra special at this small price.
25c cashmere hose 12'c a pair
These are iu plain black and well made, shaped and
finished, The wearing parts are extra spliced. Sues
fur women.
Children's cotton hose in Ian, black or white open
Wftrtt designs,   Regular 35c values for 10c a pair.
Gordon Drysdale, Ltd.
575 Granville Streeet
Vancouver
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C,
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Vancouver Business Directory
AC-CO JN 1 ANTS
LADIES' HAIRDRtSSING
W. T. STlilN & CO.
CHARTERED	
 ACCOUNTANTS
J ly l'ender street, Vancouver
aud
North Vancouver
BATHb
Kallethe's Bath
Coruir Homer and l'ender Sts.
PERMANENT HAIR WAVE
I    Every lady longs to havo wavy hair,
1 It is now within ths rsach ol  every-
oni, For some yeare cut bsir hu been
j permanently waved, but ths proosss it
had to undergo was too ssvsrs lor ll
to   be applied to   hair ou ths band,
hut now science has discovered s ns-
lliai.l hy which the hair csn hi waved
without injury to hair- or scalp.    Ths
wave  will   not   wash  out  and damp
weather   will not affect it.  Tbs   process leaves tho huir solt and wavy. It
hus become  the rage in Paris,   London and all  the large cjties   ol   ths
States.  Special rates for ons month.
Any information regarding ihs work
will he gladly given lo any ladies who
will call or write to
MADAME  III MI'IIUKV.S,
733. Bender Street.
The only up-to-date and reliable bath house in British Columbia.
Wi mre where others fail.
Satisfaction guarantied or no
fty. Plain baths, electric balli.-,
shower baths, massage (or body, scalp and face ; electro therapeutic lialhs a specially,
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Graduate ol Berlin. Germans
QHOCEHS
CHEAPSIDB GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
RUBBER STAMPS
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
. j.V> Hastings St. W.
Csnads • Qreetset Weetern School
t. J. Sprolt, HA., - -Manager
PITMAN'S
Buftlneft* College
633 Seymour st,, Vancouver
Day school open all the year
round. Night school commences September Uth.
Read   the  Express
WANT  ADS.
THE GEO. H.   HEWITT CO.
\l,llllll,lUlllelS
MfiKMR 111 i:i;i ii mm
Sign and Price Markers
10 Fairfield Did.      Fons R3S73
REALI8TATE   	
Yorkshire Guarantee- k
Securities Corporation lid
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
I,AND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENT!
ESTATES   MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgate - - - Manager
Pleasant Fields
of_Holy Writ
Save for my doily range        .
Among  the pleasant fields ol Holy
' Writ,
I might despair. -Tennyson.
Second Quarter.  Lesson VIII. Isaiah
V. 1-13: May 31, 1BU
BONO   OF  THE VINEYARD-TEM-
PE1UNCE LESSON
Isaiah appears in a new role. The
prophet becomes tho temperance lecturer. The seer who hue eeen tho
Messiah und descrilied his persoii and
Lin...loin now stands forth «s the publio rebuker of tbe immnralitlce of his
day. Hut there is no change of stylo
or diction. lie does not drop to vulgar lamiliiii-ily, lacotimisnoss or opi-
ihi-l. Ho muinlains his dignity nnl
his elevated mode of speech oven whon
dealing with drunkards and drunken
ness. The extraordinary assonance oi
the exordium cannot lie reproduced in
translation. It is fairly ini'llillii.iit.
But jewels ol the hilt detract nothing from thc keonncss ol tbc blade.
In the prophet's (earless hand this
liii'l.h ia-inpi-ii',1 and richly traood
sword lays wide open the national
heur-t with all ils wicked thoughts
and evil intents. Nation.il opportunity
and national responsibility are graphically pictured under Ibo figure ol a
vineyard advuntugeously located,
planted wilh choice Bci-d protected
with wall und tower und furnished
with substantial wino-prces. Nulionul
failure is portrayed under tho figure nl
thc favored vineyard producing wild
grn|>ee, only retribution comes in the
desolation ol the vineyard. And now
Isaiah's auditors feel the grip nl tho
iron hand beneath the velvet glove of
his faultless diction us he says "The
vineyard is llie House ol Israel. What
the divine planter expeoti from his
vineyard is judgment and righteousness.- What he gels is oppression and
a cry ! This graceful bill skillful und
fearless arraignsr of public moruls
proceeds In speciiiculions under his
general charge, lie .denounces the
general rapacity, llie inordinate greed
of those who increase llieir landol
estalcs by foreclosing upon the unfortunate whom lli.y have thirgod ox-
loilioiiale rates ul intereal.     Ho   ar-
RISTAURANT5
All North Vancouver peopli ut at
LEONARDS'
Either Flack Block or Hastings St.,
oppo.il u the nsw post office.' Iieonard
soils his lea by tho pound.
HortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
COSDUOTSD IT
THE MISSES DA WSON
Certificated Surgical, Medical snd
Maternity Nureee
Mem leet Set is AMSifttes
for  terms apply at  tbe Hospital
13Ui Street But,
PHONE  69
All H*m House* should bs fif-
enj toy gas in order to save tits
litavy •ipeasjitur* lor ikia coa-
vsajiavct at A later 4«U.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT *
POfritt CO, MM1TKD..
FOR SALE
300 Feet of Water-
frontage witb crown
grant, known m
Wallace Shipyard*.
Term* to suit pur-
chat**.   Apply -
H. H. DEVINE,
Seymour St
Vancouver
Qtwral Contraetin*
EXCAVATING,  OLEAHINO,  GSAD
IUG, Ku. Eetisutei Oivio.
Hael eon*n t* Andruw
Kelt!) loti, mat ol Dl. OWe Av*
am, at t.\ mat Itt
CHURCH NOTICES
NORTH VANCOUVER
St, Andrew's l'rosbytcrion Churoh,
(ith street,' Services : Muming worebip
11 a.m., ."..ii ii, worship 7.30 p.m.,
Sunday School l.'M) p.m., Minister's
Bible Class 3.3b p.m., V.B.S.C.B. Tuns-
day evening S o'clock, prayer meutin:
Wudnesday evening 6 o'clock. ''God
nuoda you ; you need Ood." Rev. Ronald Mai-Leisl. in, u. si. i.
Buptist Church - Filth and St.
George. Services at Ham. and 7.311
p.m. Sunday School uud Bible Class
at 13.IA p.m. Prayer and praise service Wisbiesday ut & p.m. I'astor, Bev.
A. ,1. Prossor, 3nd slreel east.
Methodist Church, corner ol Siitb
street and St, George's Avenue—
Sunday pii'a.hnig services at 11.00 a.
m. and 7.30 p.m., Sunday School an
Bible Class at 3.30 p.m., Senior league on Monday evening at b.00 p.m.,
prayer and praise servics on Wednesday evening at 8.00, Junior league
ssrvice on Thursday sftcmooB at 3.30.
A cordial welcome is ex tended to all
to attend these eervicea. Pastor, W.
C. Schlicbler, reiid.n.e, corner Keith
Boad and St. Andrew's,
St. John the Evangelist, 8tb and
18th streets : Holy communion, 8 a.m.
morning prayer, 11 am. ; evening prayer, 7.30 p.m. On the first Sunday in
the month there will lie a second celebration ol the boly communion at
II a.m.  Sector, Rev, Hugh .Hooper.
St. Agin-s Church, lloulevard-Vieor,
Bev..T. E. Rowe. 7.30 p.m. evensong
every Sunday ■ 11 a.m. Holy Communion, 3nd Sunday ol every month.
Tfae Salvation Army-S. A. Ball,
Lonadale Avenue. Sunday — 11 a.
in, holiness meeting; 3 p m.,
cliildren's mooting; 7.18 p.m.,
salvation meeting ■ Tuesday, 8 p.m.,
holineae meeting; Wednesday, 4 p.m.,
children's meeting; Thuredny, 8 p.m.,
salvation mseling. Captain Douglas
will visit any who are sick or in dii-
trow at sny time.
St. Kdinund'. (iatholic Church, Muhon Avenue: Sundaye-Mass 10,30 a.
in., Sunday School 3.30 p.m., Roeary
Bensdiotion and Sermon 7.30 p.m.
Indian Catholic Churcb ol St.
Baul's. Mass, 7.30 a.m. Sundays, tutor, Rev, E. Reytavin, O.M.I.
NOBTH L0NSDA1 !•;
North Lonsdale PrcsbyUrian Churoh
Wniship,  Suadayi,  7.3*  c.m., Sunday School, 3.30 p.m. R. Van Mum-
ster, M.A., pastor.
St. Tfaomas, Norlb Unsdeie-Vicar,
Rsv. T. E. Rowe. 8 a.m., every Sunday except let Sunday in month; 8.80
a.m.. 1st Sunday in month ; 11 a.m.
Matin Litany said sermon, Snd aad lib
Sunday; II a.m., Holy Communion
and aermon, 1st and 3rd Sundays.
LYNN VALLEY
Lynn Valley Freebyleriaa Church -
Worship, Sundays, 11 a.m., Union
Sunday School, 3.30 p.m. R. Van
Munstar, M.A., pastor.
Lynn Valley Methodist Church-Service every Sunday evening in the new
church al 7 o'clock. Charles Fake
ley, pastor is charge.
St. CUmenl's, Lyon Volley- -Vicar,
Rev, T. R. Bows. Assistant Priest,
Bav. H. B. llultm, BA. 7.(0 p.m.,
tvaotoaf, every Sunday; 11 a.m.
My oommuoinn, Ut Sunday 4 maty
raigns those who in violatb u ol the
reveriippsry olauie of the Jubilee Law
illegally hold on to their ill-gotten estates. With «n index finger ol steel
he pointi out the lrretri»vab|e min
involved in thii violation ol the divinely-instituted agrarian law.
THE TEACHER'8 LANTERN
Tlie prophet specifies ilriiiiiioniuaa
Under hie general charge. - '1 In; grml
ol money is accompanied by a greed
W the pleasurable sensations ol in-
loxii-nlion. Men pin-Bun it as they
would a profitable oocupation-rising
early and continuing late at it. Others engage' in it in a social and festive manner and tn orchestral accompaniment. But both are equally forgetful ol God. Violation ol agrarian
uw spoils land but violation ol physiological law apoils men. The prophet's won against the land is fulfilled to the jot. A land Ihat once flowed with milk and hnnoy is now comparatively dcsolato and its yielding
power immensely decreased. But what
is even that compared wilb the fearful ruin of men unpen.Iin j '.' The pro
pilot sees nn endless procession on ils
descent to'hell. It is a glorious, multitudinous, pompous, rejoicing procession, hut one on its way to hell
none Ihe less. The harmless silken
cords of Iho first stages of inebriety
have grown to tbe size ol curt-rope
truces. Hut these drunken wrutchos
are in a sense oblivious to the fact
that Ihoy have dogrudod themselves
to a level ol dumb und driven rattle.
In thc height ol their drinken audacity they profanely and iiuliclievingly
challenge Ihe Almighty. "Lol him
'■'.ine on with his judgments I We
would like to sec what m: nner tbey
ure I" Their moral amies are so utterly perverted that evil is good lo
Iheni ami good evil, darkness light
and hitler sweet. In Iho proph.t's degenerate day the wine tankard ia
gauge ol the hero, And there is audi
utter perversion ol public justice thai
the guilty never fails ol ua|uiltul il he
can furnish the bribe. To receive thii
drunken, rapacious, skeptical generation the jaws ol hell are opened wide.
His hideous tusks .-nil drip with blood
ol previous generationa already consumed. Dm the multitude already
doomed and damned scarcely halts on
its way to hell lo liBlcn lo the pro-
phel'i Icrvid temperance address.
VOl'NG    PEOPLE'S    DEVOTIONAL
SKBVICE
May 31, 1911.   Murk IV:96-39.
GROWING   INTO   LARGER   WORK
Thc n,,ti.ial and the apirilual are
hemispheres. Toguth.r .\hj>y make the
oil) of truth. No one put them together ao ikillfiilly ua .leans. His nn- ,
lure und puruMca are Ihe wonder of
every age. In Ibis instas'c he leach
es lhal Ibe small hegiiin ng ia not to
In  despised,    ll is a thing ol LIFE,
la evolution is t> mutter olpatiene.
There ie Divine oo-ofcretioa, God
working in ua. 'Hie results arc great
nnd valuable lull corn in the tar ial.
branches in whidi fowls mily loduc.
APPLICATION   TOR WW*   LICENSE
NOTICE |i hereby given that at the
next tilting pi the Board ol Llco'iie
Commissioners    for    the   District   ol
North Vonoouver, I, the undersign'*!,
intend  to  apply for a hull)   li'Wiiso
lor  premises situate an Healloy   Island,  Eagle Harbour, I). ),. "fit,   in
tha laid Diitrict ol North Vancouver.
W. D. PARKER,
Dated at North Vancouver,
April 3Hb, 1011. tl
COAST DISTRICT, RANGE \
TASK NpTIPf! thai W.- i Vnugfc-
an, Superintendent;, intendi io apply
lor permission |0 purples the lollop•
ing described lunds: Comrnineing at a
post planted 80 chains weit pi ihe
Northeast corner of Lot 7311, [bonce 30
chains, weet, thence 28.09 ch.iins no' Ih
thence 30 chains east, thence 38.09
chains south to place of oomnionte-
inenl.
W. B. VAUOHAN.
Dated April lOlh, 1911. 13:7
WASH GOODS
SPECIALS
GENUINE  SCOTCH GINGHAMS,   our   own  importation   in   Plain
Shambrays and Checks, special por yard  10a.
33-ihch PRINTS, good hoavy quality,   light   and dark colors, special
por yard  .' , ,  10c.
DRESS MUSLINS, plain and luncy   Dimity   stripes,   ulso   dots   nnd(
crossbars, price    10c and 16c.
A large assortment ol Victoria Lawns, Indian Linens, lVrsiun Lawns,
Naisooks, Organdies, etc.
i
Buttons covered from your own material—all sizes.
J. J. MqALEECE
Keith'Block Lonsdulo Block
LONSDALE AVENUE COB. lfith and LONSDALE
Phone 93 Phone 363
TWO STORES
SEE US/FOR
SASH  DOORS  MOULDINGS  BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC. '
I.IRRARI) SASH & 1)0(111 I Al I (IKY, foot ul SI. George
We solicit a trial hid on vour Hi I r ■ miniII or im i'-
D.L. 1039
About ll.iii a Mil-   Ir.iiu Car Terminus
Half Acre for $650
Being Blocks 4J At 4?    15" * i-)7-    liASY TERMS.
TyTSEE NORTH LONSDALE BEFORE BUILDING
JACK LOUTET
213 LONSDALE AVK.
TEL. 47
COH. NYE STREET
TEL. 87.
North Vancouver Business Cards
PHOTOGRAPHERS
carbutt
Studio   over   Bonk   B. N. A.
Lonsdale and Esplanade
WATCH REPAIRING
le your watch stopping or going irregularly I  Ses
A. H. HOOD
The North Vancouver Expert
and pioneer .lewdler
60 Lonsdale Avenue
FISH DEALERS
THE   NORTH   VaVNCOUVEtt   FISH
AMD PRODUCE CO.
Fresh and Smoked Fish
live and Dressed Poultry
Vegotablee Delivery twice daily
Phone 310 131 First Street
CONFECTIONERY
Th* PsJm Confectionery
Stationery, Conleetionery, lee Cream,
Soft Drinks, Fountain Drinks, Tobacco
iAgnt Lunchee, Fruit
,1* R. C. DUCOMUN li SON
laoaidale aai 6U> Phone 313
ICE DEALERS
JONES ICE CO.
Wholesalers „nd Betailors ol Pun Ice
Cream
Ice lor lumily use
BAV VIEW TEA BOOMS
I1ONSDAI.F- AVENUE
ARCHITECTS.
A. S. W. MsrL.y     J.M.Msi-by
Au« M.lnal Ct
.HARBERS
BAILEY'S
Barber Shop ud Batbi
llitiii up lo-daie in every particular.
Try us and Im convinced.
TAILORS
E. LAURIN
Arciiteote and Civil Engineer,      j Hi^M lM »* (iwl'« Tttilu^
Ballour-Ker Block - - - - Eapl^de     KK,TH B,^'K' F,BS«' »™™
NOBTH VAN(XH)VER
NORTH VANCOUVEB
BILLIARDS AND POOL
PLAY POOL
AT HAMMOND'S
FIRST WEST
Fineel tables and oues in the City
Modern Tailors ud Reuovslwy
307 Iia>nsdale Avenue
(leaning,  Pressing,  Dyeing,  AI tail lag
We   use   Ibe   French   Dry   I lennin;
Pfocess Phono 313
NORTH VANCOUVEB
BLACKSMITHS
CONTRACTORS
The New Block on Lonsdale Avmue
near tbe Ferry Approach
w»s built by
SMITH BROTHERS
Usnawel CooUocton
BOiTH VANCOUVHtt
R. H. TARN
Pioneer Horsesboer — Corriags Works
FIRST STREET WEST k 1/1N3DALE
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
THE LEONARD-SALE CO.
Booksellers and Stationers     *
Cor. Lonsdale and lat.        phony 113
NORTH VANCOUVEB
JOHN LINDEN
TAILOR
Ladies' and Cent's Suits lo Ordor
from $36.00 and I3T..00 respectively
Phone 363 lonsdule Car, Idth st.
NORTH VANCOUVER
TEACHERS (Music)
SAM. T. SUTTON
TEACHER op piANO and THEORY
Specialty: CbibW, l^won, »l „wn
borne. Terms, otc, apply Ocoarol
Deliveiy,
m
ADVERTISE IN THE EXPRESS ms, urn®, NPR'm-M^wwVigH, & &
mm
District pf North 1$$mf#,
A mtyW-Vl *ui)iortfe.||is csr.ylp
out qi lbs fopk of Uca| lui. rpve-
'    ment of Y.'estover llouil, and isls-
- fnp by way ql Local Improvement
Debentures Ibo sum ql six lliuiisiind
. dollars 1*6,0(10) to provide purl pi
tbe cost ql carrying out tbe Hid
wurk, uud tq assess and levy Ibe
local Improvement rate qr tax re
quired to provide lor tbe payment
ol tbe Iqterest, anil to accumulate a
sinking fund to pay off tbe ssld
Debentures.
lirovemeiit Halo," wb|cb sums sball
be p'syab|e out ol and from tbe eald
properties respectively, ylsl:—
Rescripts qf Propsrty.
3023
WWBAS tbe Westover Road
Ucal Improvement By-Uw, it)),
was passed by tlie Council of l))e District of Nortli Vancouver to provide
for ascertaining tbe Isnd to be benefitted, snd fie proportion of l.onollt
received by sucb lands frum tbs proposed clearing, grading and boulevard-
|ng lo Its full width of tbe Weslover
Boad, from l.ynn Valloy Road to
Duval Koad all In tbe Municipality qf
Nortli Vancouver (part of which run-
nine southwards from tbe l.ynn Vgl-
loy Road Is now known as Allan Road, I
but for tbe purposes ol Ibis Ily Uw
Is stilt referred-to as Westover Road)
snd gravelling same to a wldtb qf 21
feel between ditches.
AND WHEREAS It wes recited In
Said By-Uw that tbe estimated cost
of the said Improvement work was
seven thousand Ave hundred dollars
($7,500), tbat tbe Council bad agreed
tn eipend from tbe General Funds of
the Municipality tbe sum of one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500), and
tha balance of sin thousand dollars
($6,000) must be raised by loan on tbe
security of a local assessment to provide for carrying out the Improvement
of the said road;
AND WHEREAS by said Local Iin
prpvement By'ew 1Mb provided tba'
the lends to tt bjacktcd by tbo car
rylng out of the eald tsWo r-jent of
,)lhitaid Westover Rotd^WsVltods
baying a frontage an the said West
over Road so far as It Is to be Im
provuii, and that the extent to wblcb
such lands are benefitted Is in proportion to tbe length of frontage of
such lands respectively fronting upon
said Road.
AND WHEREAS a PeUtlon has
been received by tbe Council dated
as to each signature and signed by a
majority In number of the persons
shown by the last revised assessment
roll ot tbe Municipality to be tbe owners of the lands affected by this Bylaw, and iliu owners of more than
one-half In value of such Isnds, asking that the eaid Improvement of tbe
Westover Road be carried out sb a
I ".-.-al Improvement, and that Ihe sum
ql tlx thousand dollars ($6,000) be
raised by Debenture Bonds to be
Issued on the security of Ucal Improvement Rates in be levied according to the said frontage basis on tbe
ssld lands to be benefited es aforesaid.
AND WHEREAS the amount of
debt wblcb this By Uw Is Intended
to create Is six thousand dollars
($6,000), ana the same Is bolng created to provide a fund In pari for the
Improvement of Ihe said Westover
|{oad under Local Improvement Flan.
■ AMI vVHEKEAS Ihe amount to be
i-a'a-a il I'niiiii'llv by. special rale for
psylng tho debt end Intereal under
this By-Uw Is three hundred and
forty Boilers (($101, belli': $40 lor thc
Sinking fund ond 1300 for Interest.
. AND WHEREAS Ibe value of ibe
whole land and Imiirovomenl or real
Properly rateable under this !ly-Uw.
according to the last revised Assessment Boll of Ihe District is twenty
live thousand nine hundred and ilfij
Seven dollars ($25,957).
AND WHEREAS the debt Is ereot-
i al on the security of Ihe special rates
settled and levied by ibis By-Uw, and
It |s emu 'in. ".I by tlto credit of lho
Whole Munlclrallty.
THEREFORE BE IT UNACTED by
the Reive and Council of the Corporation °f the District of North Vancouver In Council- assembled (with
the assent of tbe Electors of the said
District) as follows, vli.:
■' 1. Authority Is hereby given thc
Council to carry out thc work of Local
Improvement of Ihe said Westover
Road, ae before described, all as Ucal
Improvement under and by virtue of
the eald Westover Roal Ucal Improvement By-Uw. 1911.
i.' It eball be lawful for Ihe Council to raise by way of loan from any
person or persons, body or bodies corporate under Debentures to be Issued
aa hereinafter provided, a sum of
money not exceeding In whole tbe sum
of six thousand dollars ($6,000) and
to cause tbe same to belaid into tbe
Bank Ol British Norlb America to Uie
credit of the said Corporation for thc
purpose above recited.
t. Debenlure Bonds of the Corporation to be designated, "Tbe Westover
Road. Ucal Improvement Debenture
Bonds." to ao amount not exceeding
, the old sum of sis thousand dollars
i $6,000) In whole may be Issued by
ths Reeve and the Clerk of the corporation In terms ol the Municipal
Clauses Act and Acts amending Ihe
same, and of this By-law In sums aa
may be rcnulrcd, bul no single Debenture shall be for a greater sum then
ons thousand dollars ($1,000). Each
of the said Debentures shall be signed
by the said Reeve and Clerk and sealed wltb the Beal of the Corporation,
f. Tbe said Debenture Bonds sball
bear Interest at a rate nol .exceeding
Ha par cent, per annum, payable
half-yearly on tbe Aral day of July
and ib* lirst day of January iu each
and every year during tbe currency
of Uie said Debentures or any of tbem.
There shall lis attached 10 tbc Debenture Bonds, Coupons signed by Uie
Reeve lor each and every payment of
Interest ibat may become due, and
such signature may be either written
or stamped.
6. The eald Debenlure Bonds as to
principal eat Interest sball be payable at Uie Bonk of British Norlb
Aiperlca ia Nortfi Vancouver, Toronto
sod Montreal, sod ths said principal
sum eball be made payable by the
Corporation at a date not later than
fifty years from tbe tfttl day of July,
I For Ihs purpose ol forming a
string fond for payment of said Debentures at maturity, aad for paymont
Of the Interest thereon as It becomes
due. amounting said elnklng lipid and
Mlatrail lO«e%, to Wit, than is
hotter aasosaed tat levied ow aai
Ahmd ill qtha, rates and taxes ibe
sums set ppnosite the proper-
ireafter described la be known
i "Westover Road Uoal tfa-
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7.86
7.86
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2.44
2.27
2.27
2.27
2.27
2.27
2.27
2.27
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2.27
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Tbe said Westover Boad Ucal Improvement Rate or Tax shall be and
la hereby levied and charged annually
for the period of fifty years aa a lien
or i-liui-a i' payable along with and in
aildiiiiiii to, and as forming part of the
annual real estate taxes payablo for
and oul of Ibe said respecUve, proiier-
lles to tbo said Corporation.
Rut it Is hereby provided tbat In thu
event ol any of said properties charged wltb said Weatover Road Ucal Im
provpmeot Rate, being now or hereafter subdivided, tben tbo eald rato
sball also be proporUonalely suldlvld-
cd and settled according to the (ronlage of each pan or lot abutting on
•um Westover Road and tbe sub-
dlalrlon of Ihe land shall be so made
that is far as possible no pari or lot
•boiling will have a lees dentil (ban
one hundred cud twenty feet back
from ruth fron'.age, end on such subdivision being so made and approved
of by certificate authorized by' tbo
Council for the registration of tbe
map or plan thereof, tben the eald
frontage rate shall be a charge only
un eucb parts or lots abuiUng on said
street, and Ibe remainder of Ihe sold
pinpri Hi", so subdivided lif any) shall
be freed and releaeed from the eald
rate as a charge or lieu.
7. The debt hereby created Is
created on Ibe security of (he said
Westover Road Local Improvement
Rate. celUcd and levied as hereinbefore | rovlded, aud It in guaranteed by
Iho ,\. -uiiipniiiy at large.
8. This By-Law may be cited for all
purposes aS "The Westover Road
Local Improvement Loan By-Uw,
1911,'' and sball come Into effect on
the flret day ol July, 1911.
Pasted by tbe Cobncil en the lllh
day of May, 1911.
Received the assent of the Electors
at an Election held on thc
day of
1911.
Reconsidered ond Anally adopted by
Ihe Council and signal by tbc Reeve
and Clerk and sealed witb tbc Corporate Seal on the - day
of                              1911.
ELECTORS OF THE DISTRICT OF
NORTH VANCOUVER.
Take ndtke thai ihe above Is a true
copy of the, proposed By-Uw upon
wbich Ibe vale of ibe Municipality
will be taken wlUiln tbe following
polling staUons, vli.: In Ibe Lynn
Vallei Instil uie Hall; In Ihe Church
Hal) at corner of Unsdale Avenue and
Queen Street; and al Hollyburn. all
In the District of North Vancouver,
on Saturday, the 271b day of May,
1911, between ibe hours ol 9 o'clock
a.m. and 7 o'clock p.m.
JOHN 0. FARMER.
C. M. C. and Returning Officer.
Public notice is hereby given that
the vote of the Electors of tbc Dis
Irlci of Norlh Vancouver will be taken
on the Weetoven lload Ucal Improve
ment Uun By-Law, 1911, on Saturday, Uie 27th day of May, 1911, between the hours of 9 o'clock a.m. and
7 o'clock p.m., wllbln the following
polling places, vli.; In Ihe Lynn Valley InsUtute Hall; In ihe church Hall
at tbe corner of Unadale Avenue and
Queen Street; and at Hollyburn, all
;n Uie Districl. of North Vancouver,
and (hat John 0. Farmer has been
appointed returning officer to take Unvotes of such electors wilb tbo usual
powers in lhal behalf.
By order of the Council,
T. A. ALLAN,
Acting Reeve.
JOHN C. FARMER,
C. M,,C.
WtH of North Vancouver.
8antl Boy Wejited, eWo to write
shorthand and acciistoiosd lo, o*™
wqrit. Opportunity for apriaamipn-
oil. ippty Pjstrict IJogiaeor's Office,
Esplanade, 1Mb Vancouver.       »'
Piltrjct pf Nprfo yapwver.
A BY-LAW to authorize the carrying
out of tho work of Ucal Improvement of part qf Nys Street East,
and ruining by way of Ucal Improvement Debentures tho sum oT
eleven thousand three hundred dollars ($11,300) to provide part of the
cost of carrying out (he said work,
and to assess und levy the Locul
Improvement Rate oi- Tax required
to provldo for tho payment ot the
Interest, and to accumulate a sinking fund to pay off the said Debentures.
WHEREAS tbe Nye Street (East)
Locul Improvement By-Uw, 1911, was
passed by tbe Council of the District
of North Vancouver lo provide for
ascertaining the land to be benefitted,
and the proporUon of benefit received
by eucb lands from the proposed
clearing, grading and Uiilevardlng to
lla lull width of tbat part of Nye
street extending three blocks Eastwards from Unsdale Avenue to the
Eastern boundary of Block 12, District- i di 786, all In the Municipality
of Ihe'Dlstrlct of North Vancouver,
and macadamizing same to a width of
24 feet between ditches and tbe expropriation of tbe necessary lands
where not already available.
AND WHEREAS it was recited in
said By-Uw tbat the estimated cos!
of tbe said Improvement work waa
fourteen thousand ono hundred and
seventy dollars ($14,170), thai the
Council bad agreed to expend from
tbe General Funds of tbe Municipality the sum of two thousand eight
hundred and seventy dollars ($2,870),
and tbe balance of eloven thousand
throe hundred dollars ($11,300) must
be raised by loan on tbe security of
a local assessment to provldo for carrying out the Improvement of tbe said
Boad.
AND WHEREAS by Bald Local Improvement By l a .v. It Is provided that
tbe lands to be bcncMtled by tbe carrying out of the suld Improvement of
Ihe said Nye Street East are tbe lands
having a frontage on the said Nye
Street East so far us it is to be improved, and that the extent to wbich
such lands are beuefttod la in proportion lo tbe length of frontage of such
lands respectively fronting upon said
Road.
AND WHEREAS a PeUtlon bag
been received by Die Council, dated
as to each signature and signed by a
majority In number of Ibe persons
shown by llie lasl revised ABsesBmont
Hull or the Municipality to be tbe
owners of the lands affected hy this
By-Uw and the owners of more than
one-half In value of sucb lands, asking
tbat the said Improvement of Nye
Slreel East'bo carried oul at a Local
Improvcmcnl. and thai ihe sum of
eleven thousand three hundred dollars 1111,300) be raiBcd by Debenture
Bonds to be Issued on Ibe security of
Ucal Improvement Rales to be levied
according to the said frontage baslB
on the said lands lo l.e benefitted aa
aforesaid.
AND WHEREAS the amount of
debt wblcb this By-Uw Is Intended lo
a ii'i'i.-. Is eleven thousand three hundred dollars (111,160), and Ihe same
Is being created to provide a fund in
part for ihe Improvement of the Bald
Nye Slreel East under Ucal Improvement' Plan.
AND WHEREAS ihe amount to be
ralstyl annually by special rate for
paying thc debt and Interest under
Ihis By-Uw Ib seven hundred and
sixty seven dollars ($767), being $202
for sinking fund and $666 for Interest.
AND WHEREAS the value of tbe
whole land and improvement or real
properly rateable under Ibis By-law,
according lo the latt revised assess
ment roll of the District Is ten Hum
sand seven hundred dollars ($10,700).
AND WHEREAS tbc debt Is created
ou the security of Ihe special rates
settled and levied by UiIb By-Uw, and
It is guaranteed by Ihe credit of tho
whole Municipality.
THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by
tbe Reeve and Council of tbe Corpor
aUon of the District of Norlh Vancouver in Council assembled (with tbe
assent of tho Electors of thc said
Dislrict) as follows, vli.: —
1. Authority Ib hereby given the
Council lo carry oul the work of Ucal
Improvement of thc said Nye Street
East as before described, all as Ucal
Improvement under and by virtue of
Die said Nye Street (East) Ucal Improvement By-Uw, 1911.
2. It sbali tie lawful lor the Council
io raise by way of loan from any person or persons, body or bqdlcs corporate under Debentures lo be Issued
us hereinafter provided, a sum of
money nol exceeding in whole the
sum of eleven thousand three hundred
dollars ($11,300) and to cause the
same to bo paid ir.lo Ibe Bank of
British North America to the credit
of the eald Corporation for Uie purpose above recited.
3. Debenture Bonds of tbc corporation lo be designated "Tbc Nye Street
(East) Ucal Improvement Debenture
Bonds" to an amount not exceeding
Hie ssld sum of eleven thousand three
hundred dollari ($11,300)' In whole
may be lesued by Uie Reeve and the
Clerk of tbe Corporation In terms of
Ihe Municipal Clauses Act and Ails
amending the same, end of Ibis By-
Uw In sums as may be required, but
no single debenture eball  bo for a
iiaii'i- sum than one thousand dollars i.-i."-ni. Each pf Ibe said De-
bent urea sball bo signed by Ibe said
Hi i-.c and Clerk and sealed wilb tbe
Seal of Ihe Corporation.
4. Tbc said Debenture Ponds sball
bear Inlcrcst at a rale nol exceeding
| Ave tier cent, per annum, payablo half-
yearly on Ihe 1st day of July and the
Orel day of January In each and every
year during Ibo curroncy of Ibe said
Debentures or sny of tbem. There
r'.iall be cltacbcd lo Iho Debenture
foods, Coupone signed by tbe Reeve
for .-in li and every payment of Inter-
e:l Ihul may become due, and such
signature may be either written or
Stamped.
5. The said Debenture Bonds as to
principal aad Interest shall be puy
able at the Bank of British Norlh
America If North Vancouver, Toronto
and Montreal, and the said principal
sum shall be wade payable by Ihe
Corporation at » date not later than
thirty years /rom the 1st d»y of July,
1911.
6. For the purposo of forming a
Uiero |s heroly assessed apfl levied
Over and above all Other rates and
taxes tho annual sums set opposite
the properties hereafter described to
be known as "The Nyo Street (East)
Ucal' Improvement Bate," wblcb gums
Shall be payable out qf and from tbc
Bald properties respectively, viz.:—
peicrlptlop pf PropsHlf.
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60
20
60
21
50
22
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100
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100
2
100
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100
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100
The said Nye Street
(East)
$16.66
13.78
12.78
12.79
I8.18
12.79
18.79
13.79
12.79
28.16
28.75
12.79
12.19
12.79
12.79
12.79
12.79
12.79
12.79
15.66
83.77
83.77
26.46
40.46
40.45
83.77
39.77
26.46
26.68
26.58
26.68
25.68
26.58
26.68
25.58
25.66
r _. r    . Ucal
Improvement Rate or Tax shall be
and Is hereby levied and charged annually for the period of thirty years
as a lien or charge payable along wltb
and In addition to, and as forming
pari of thc annual real estate taxes
payable for and out of the Bald respective properties to the said Corporation.
But it Ib hereby provided that In the
event of any of said propcrUea charged with said Nye Street East Local
Improvement Hate, being HOW or here
nfier subdivided, tben the Bald rate
shall also he proporUonalely subdivided and settled according to thb frontage of each part or lot abutting on
said Nye Street East, and the subdivision of thc land si.all be ao made
Ihat as far as possible no part or lot
abutting will bave a less depth than
uiie hundred and twenty feet back
from su. h frontage, end on sucb subdivision being so made and approved
of by certificate authorized by Ihe
Council for the registration of the map
or pi.ia, thereof, tben the eald frontage rate shall be a cbttrge only on
such parte or lots abutting.on said
street, uud the remainder of the said
properties so subdivided lif any) eball
be freed and released from Ibe aaid
iai.- as a charge or lieu.
7. Tbo debt hereby created Is created am Ibe security of tho eald Nye
Street lEast) Ucal Improvement
Rate, settled and levied es hereinbefore provided, and it Is guaranteed hy
the Municipality al large
8. This By-Law may le cited for all
purposes as "Tho Nye Street (blast)
Ucal Improvement Loan By-law,
1911," aud sball come Into effect on
llie Hi i.i day of July, 1911.
Passed by ibe Council on Ihe lllh
day of May. 1911.
Received the assent of Ibe Electors
at au Election held on the
day of 1911.
Reconsidered and Anally adopted by
tbe Council and signed by tbe Reeve
and Clerk and sealed wllh ibe Corporate Seal on tbe day
of                              1911.
ELECTOR8 OF THE DISTRICT OF
NORTH VANCOUVER.
Take notice Ibat tbe above is a true
copy of tbe proposed By-Uw upon
which Ilic vole of thc Municipality
will ho taken within the following polling .- i.iiiiu. viz.: In the Lynn Valley InsUtute Hall; In the Churcb Hal)
at corner of Lonsdale Avenue and
Queen Street; and at Hollyburn, all
In tbe District of North Vancouver,
on Saturday, thc 27iii day of May,
1911, between tbc hours of 9 o'clock
a.m. and 7 o'clock p.m,
JOHN 0. f ARMEH,
C. M. C. and Reluming Officer.
Public noUce Is hereby given Ihat
the vole of tbe Electors of ibe District
ol North Vancouver will be taken on
Uie Nye .Street (Kant) Ucal Improvement I .nan By-Uw, 1911, on Saturday,
tbe 27th day of May, 1911, between
Ihe 'hours of. 9 o'clock a.m. tnd 7
o'clock p.m., within Ibo following polling places, vli,: In the Lynn Valloy
InsUtute Hull. In the Churcb Hall at
tho corner of Unsdale Avenue and
Queen Street; and at Hollyburn, all
In tbe District of North Vancouver,
and ihul John ti. Farmer has been
appointed returning officer to lake the
votes of such electors wltb Ibo usual
powers in that behalf.
By order of the Council,
2021
sinking fund for payment of Uie Said
Debentures si maturity, and for payment of the Interest 'hereon ae ll be
tomes due, amounting, said sfok.-
lund and Interest together, to $"
T. A- AM.AN,
AcUng Reeve.
JOHN O. FARMER,
.    ,C. M. C.
Freeh Fruits doily at tbe (initio
Froth    Buttermilk    daily   at   tbc'
(Jrotlq, 6 cents per c,uert. .
— \s*\
First quality Ice Cream, wholesale
and retail at the Grotto.
iipflaA Brotherhood of CVpenlors
end Joiners ol America- Ucal No,
I486. Headquarters for both work:
inon seeking employment and oonlraof
ore needing np>, at Cummings' Slow,
Lonsdale   Avenue.    Business   agenl/i
hours »m to sm m mi * to "■»
"•»■ ,f' HI. Tbaip, baajaatt agejxt. ti
A BV-)4W to authorize tha carfylpg
oul of the 'work qf Ucal tf pMv's1
pienl qf mf of Qpeen 8t«i)l wh{
and raising py way of Local Improvement Debentures tbe sum i)f
five thousand dollars ($6,000) to provide part of the post qf carrying out
tbe said work, and to assess and
levy tbe Local improvement Rato or
Tax required to provide for tlio payment of tbe Interest, and to accumulate a sinking (und to pay off tbe
said Debentures.
WHEREAS the Queen Slreel
(West) Ucal Improvement By-Uw,
1911, was passed by tbe Council of the
District of North Vsneouver to provldo for ascertaining the land to ho
benefitted, and Uie proporUon of benefit received by such lapds from the
proposed clearing, grading and boule-
vardlng to tbe full wldtb ol 68 It of
tbat part of Queen Street extending
for two blocks Westwards from Unsdale Avenue 10 the Westerly boundary of District Ut 2026, all In tbe
Municipality of tbe District ol North
Vancouver and macadamizing tame to
a wldtb of 24 feet between ditches and
the expropriation of the necessary
land wbere not already available.
AND WHEREAS It was recited In
said By-Uw tbat tbe estimated cost
of said Improvement Work was six
thousand three hundred and sixty'dollars ($6,360), thai tbe Council bod
agreed to expend from tbe General
Funds of tbe Municipality tbe sum of
one thousand three hundred and sixty
dollars ($1,360), and the balance of
five thousand dollars ($6,000) must be
raised by loan on the Security of a
local assessment to provide for carrying out the Improvement of thp ."aid
road.
AND WHEREAS by said Ucal Improvement By-Uw it Is provided tbat
tbe lands to be benefitted by the carrying out of tbe said Improvement of
tho said Queen Street West are the
lands having a frontage on the said
Queen Street West so far as it Is to
be Improved, and that tbe extent to
wblcb such lands are benefitted Is In
proportion to the length of frontage
of such lands respecUvely fronUng
upon said road.
AND WHEREAS a PeUtlon has
been received by tbe Council dated
as to each signature and signed by a
majority in number of the persons
shown by the last revised assessment
roll of the Municipality to he the owners of the lands affected by Ibis Bylaw aud the owners of more than
one-half In value of such lands, asking
that tbe said improvement of Queen
Street Weet bo carried out as a Ucal
Improvement, and tbat tbc sum of
Ave thousand dollars ($5,000) bo raised by Debenture iiiunin to be issued
on the security of Ucal Improvement
Rates to be levied according to the
suld froutagc basis on the sold lands
to be benefitted ae aforesaid..
AND WHEREAS Ibe amount of debt
which this. By-Uw Is Intended to
create Is five thousand dollars
($5,000), and tbe same Ib being created to provide a fund, In part for tbe
Improvement of Uie BMaUabieen 8treet
West under Ucal Improwaent Plan.
AND WHEREAS tbe a nimbi lo be
raised annually by special rate for
paying tbe debt and Inlcrcst under
this By-Uw is two hundred and
eighty-three dollars l$283), being $33
for sinking fund and $260 for interest.
AND WHEREAS the value of the
whole land and improvement or real
property rateable under this By-Uw,
according to tbo last revised assess-
incut roll or the District Ib fourteen
thousand Ave hundred dollars
If) 4.500).
AND WHKHKAS Uie debt Is created
on tbe security of (he special rates
i-etiled and levied by Ibis By-Uw, and
It la guaranteed by the credit of the
whole Municipality.
THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by
the Reeve and Council of tbe Corpor
ation of tbe District of Ninth Vancouver In Council assembled (with Uie
assent of tbe electors of the said Dis
trlct), as follows, viz.: —
1. Authority is hereby given the
Council lo carry oul the work of Ucal
Improvement of Ibo said Queen Street
West as before described, all as Ucal
Improvement under and by virtue of
the bald Queen Street West Ucal Improvement By-Uw, 1911.
2. It shall be lawful for tbe said
Council to ruise by way of loan from
any person or person, body or bodies
corporate under Debentures to be
Issued as hereinafter provided, a sum
of money nol exceeding In whole Uie
sum of Ave thousand dollars I$5,000)
and to cause the same to bo paid into
Uie Bank qf British North America to
Uie credit of tho said CorporaUon for
Uie pin p.....' above recited.
3. Debenlure Bonds of ihe CorporaUon to be designated "The Queen
Street Wesh Ucal Improvement Debenture Bonne" to an amount not exceeding the said sum of Ave .thousand
dollars ($6,000) In whole may be Issued by tbe Reeve and Ibe Clerk of
Ihe CorporaUon in terms of the Municipal Clauses Act and Acta amending
the same, aad of this Bylaw in sums
as msy be required, but no single Debenture shall be for more than ope
thousand dollars ($1,000). Eacb of
the said Debentures sball be signed
by the said Reevp and Clerk and
Sealed with the Seul of the Corporation.
I. The eald Debenture Bonds eball
hear Interest, at a rale not exceeding
five iht cent, per annum, payable half
yearly on the first day of July and on
the lirst day of January In each and
every year during toe currency of the
suid Debenluroe or any of (ham.
There shall be attached io the Debenture Bonde, Coupons' signed by Uie
Beeiie for each and every payment of
Interest that may become due, and
such signature fcay be either wrIUen
Or stamped.
6. Thc said Debenlure Bonde aa to
principal and Interest, shall be payable
al tho Bank of British North America
In North Vancouver, Toronto and Mon-1
If eel, and the said principal sua eball'
he made payable by Uie Corporation
at a dgte not later (hap fifty years
from the first day of July, 11111.
t.   For the purpose of fornilng a
paal of tha Inieresf Ihef^^
jfund i
Ihero |
KfSfa
.aafWriillllf
ie qut q and tm
at rsfpspHypifr, Tiff
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The said Queen Street West Ucal
Improvement Rate or Tax shall he
and Is hereby levied and charged annually for the period of fifty years ae
a Hen or charge payable along with
and In addlUon to, and as forming part
of the annual real estate taxes payable for and out of tbe said respective
properUea to Uie said Corporation.
Bul It Is hereby provided that In the
event of any of said properties charged with Bald Queen Street West Local
Improvement Rate, being now or bars-
after subdivided, tben the said rate
shall also be proportionately subdivided and aetlled according to the frontage of eacb pun or lot abutting on
said Queen Street West, and ibo subdivision ol tbe land eball be so made
tbat as far as possible no pert or lot
abutUng wUl bave a leas depth than
one hundred and twenty feet back
from sucb frontage, and on such subdivision being so made and approved
of by cerUficate authorized by the
Council for the registration of Ihe
map or plan thereof, tben the said
frontage rato sball be a charge only
on aucb parts or lots sbutUng on said
street, and tbe remainder of tbe ssid
properUes so subdivided (if sny) shall
be freed and released from the sold
rate as a charge or lien.
7. Tbe debt hereby created Is
created on tbe security of Ihe ssld
Queen Street West Ucal Improvement Rate, settled and levied as hereinbefore provided, and It Is guaranteed by the Municipality at large.
ij. This By-Uw may be cited for all
purposes aa "The Queen Street West
Lo.-ul Improvement Loan By-Uw,
1911," and sball come into effect on
tbe first day of July, 1911.
Passed by tbe Council on Uie 11th
day of May, 1911.
Received the assent of tbe electors
at an ElecUon held on Uie
day of 1911.
Reconsidered and Anally adopted by
tbe Council and signed by tbe Reeve
and Clerk and sealed with the Corporate Seal on tbe day
of                               1911.
ELECTOR8 OF THE DISTRICT OF
NORTH VANCOUVER.
Take noUce that Uie above Is s
true copy of tbe proposed By-Uw
upon wbicb Uie vote oi Uie Municipality will be taken wllbln the following polling stations, viz.: In the Lynn
Valley InsUtule Hall; In the Cburcb
Hall at corner of Unsdale Avenue
and Queen Street; and at Hollyburn,
all in the District of North Vancouver, on Saturday, Uie 27th day of
May, 1911, between Uie hours of 9.
o'clock a.m. and 7 o'clock p.m.
JOHN 0. FARMER,
C. M. C. aad Returning OTBwr.
Public noUce Is bereby given thai''
the vote of Uie Electors of the District of North Vancouver will be taken
on the Queen Street (Weal) Ucal Improvement Uan By-Law, 1911, on Saturday, the 27th day of May, 1911, between tbe hours of 9 o'clock a.m. and
7 o'clock p.m., wllbln Uie following
polling plgces, viz.: In the Lynn Vol
ley InsUtute Hall; in the Cburcb Hill
at the corner of Unsdale Avenue and
Queen Street; and at Hollyburn, all
In Uie District of North Vancouver,
and that John G. Farmer has been
appointed returning officer to lake ths
voles of auch electors with Uie usual
powers in that behalf..
By order of Uie Council,
■
N
T. A,
ALLAN,
Ailing Reave.
JOHN G. FARMER,
C. M. C.
Freeh Fruits daily a* *m Orotlo.
Get  it at the Umedole Pharmacy,
corner 8th aad Lonsdale. Phopse 99. U
APPLICATION   FOB   LWUQK
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NOTICE is hereby given Iba' m (kg
next eiMing of the Boars) 4 Li
.Cofnmiaidowre  fay  Uw
Nqtih Vanoquver, I, the j
intend tq apply for a '
for prewiass situate a* fat j
PL. 666 (Diwdarev.) i. f
trjtot ql North ftgwaveg.
ANTHONV FAftRO.
Oalai a$ tiqttp yswuvsr, '
nm mm: tH
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tm BXPRB88, NORTH VANCOUVER,'BiJ.'Ci..
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BaVTES
Single Insert, lOe per line
*a Weska 7jo per line ner insertiou
line Month, to per line pur insertion
WANTED
WANTBD-A position aa lioiwekeeii-
er to a gentleman. Aililreaa V. (1. Box
■'M, North Vanoouver. I'hi.ne 106.
FOE  BALL
FOR MR*
TO LKT-Nioely furnished room in
private housu pear lerry. 153 fbinl
street  I'd.a.i. 1A-5
MISOBHiANBOVS
Fresh     Biilleriniili    daily   at   tha
tlr.illii, 5 cents per tpiart.
Mill WuOd lor Kale-Creamer Train-
f.-i- (',,., I el, -I ah, 2116 or III).        16-6
First   quality Ioe Cream, 'wholesale
and r.-iiiil at the Grotto.
FOR iSALK—Liiix™  sale, good    ils
new, elieap.  "Bgle,"  Kxpress Ofiioe.ll
FOR iSAI.K-Two good milk   cows.
Apply Villi street,  1st li.mni west oi
LlHISllllle. 311-5
CAMP FOH SAI.K-Nicely loealnl in
waterfront; euat ol Jenkins Dollar
Works. Vnvrii, Fxpress Ollice.       Ul-fi
50-fl, lot on lb..ilm ui.I. North Lonsdale, |800; :i:i It. lot ono block frnm
car lino, |i60. Hue .). Mcllwuine, 153
3rd stroot, North Vancouver.       2:1-5
Frosh Creaui ti
1 the fi
olio,
38 einls
per pint.
1  (lad.,li     1,1.1.'.I
Brown
1 .Sjjh
im   nnd
Hliotle Island 11
tasters 1
ir su
e. Ci.eo))
corner   5tli   sir
'ol   und
Rl.
David's
lload.
316
Heal nice business In North Van on
ver for immetliute sale, about 86,000
i-Bquired. Apply, .1. Meliwaine, lh'2
llrd street, North Vancouver.        511-6
FOB .SALE-I.ol IS in block I, D.L.
hh'i, three blocks from Rouluvurd loo-
ing south, .50x117 leal, Price WW. -Mi tl
876 overy three muiitlia. Apply owner,
•liti 1st wesl. 'i-6
Angus J. Cameron
A.M.I.E. k S.
CIVII, RNGINBEfi
Irrigation, drainage, levels, plans
anil spucilicalinns. Keplic lunU uiul
liuuae iliniiinL'i; u specialty. P. I).
Box 311, lilili street weal ol Bewicks
Avenue.
<*
New Harness Shop
A BRANCH OF THE VANCOUVER
HABNEHH CO, HAH BEEN OI'ENEI)
IN THE PBEMlSP.fi OF THE C. M.
li li. COAI, AND SUPPLY 00., COIL
I'lHI'LANADI,. A.M) ST. flEOBOE'S
AVE. A FULL STOCK OF WBST-
CLASH HAHNKSS AMI HOH3K PIT-
TINOS WILL BR CAHU1ED. A
HI'l'lCIALTY WILL HE MADE OF
BEI'AIB WORK. I'HICI'S WILL BE
THE HAMK AS THOSE IN VANCOUVEB.
Vancouver Harness Co.
I'HONE 353
POUND-I Husk Sugar.. Owner nun
have same by proving property slid
paying expenses. Apply W. A. Herr
r|s, oiire I'aiijo k McMillan, N. Vancouver. 211-5
HENEY B. WATSON
Architect
Booms 1.0 and 11, l'ender Chsmbere,
633 Fender Strset W.       I'hone 8461
mid lain dale Ave., Nurlh Vancouver
Residence,   cor.   Iiuiidali  Ave   and
33nd street, North Vanoouver.
Sons OF ENGLAND
Lodge Western Rose Nn. 396
Moinbers plenso meet at K. ol P.
Hall, North Vancouver, Sunday, May
31st, at 13,15 lor the one a'clock boat.
Special car leaving Carrall street at
l.llfl lot ihurch parade al New Westminster. IN
NOTICE
PUBLIC NO'flCJ', is hereliy given
thut, under ibe authority contained jn
seclion 131 of the "Land Act," a regululion was approved by the Lieu-
teniml-liovernor in Council fixing the
minimum sale prices ill lirst nnil sec-
olid-clasi lamia al 8111 and 85 per acre
nispeclively.
This regulation further provided
llnil the prices fixed therein should apply tn ull lauds with roa|>ccl lo whicli
tlie applications lo purchase were givon
favourable consideration alter the' date
nf .ai'l ie. ul.iii.in. namely April Unl,
1011.
Further notice is now given ibat bj
virtue ol 'a regululion approved by
lho Lieulciniiit-liiivernor in Council on
the IMlh ol May, 1311, that tho regu-
liiliuii dated the 3rd April, Hill, be
held nut to. apply to applications t
purchase Vacant Crown lands wbich
were received by llie Aaaistunt Commissioners ol Lands on or Mora the
said April 'M-d, IUII, and with respecl
I.i whioh Ihe nx|iiirid dep.isil of filly
cents per acre had liecii received l>y
auid Commissioners ..n ur Iwfnre the
suid April 3rd, llll I.
HOIIT. A. HKNWK'K,
Deputy Minister ol lunula.
Di'iiiirlini'iil ul Lunda,
Victoria, II. ('., 16th ol May, 1911.
311.6
S
A Few Money
Savers at the
New Drug Store
Eno's Spits, Mr liottle 7jc
Culii ma Soap  , 2jC
Welsh's Orape juice..35c and 65c
Kemp's Invalid Port 90c
Caslilc Soap, i>/, Hi. liar ajc
Haliy's Own Soap, box 3jc
Toilet J'aper (CI'.K. Special)
 4-lor35c   •'
Hydrogen l'eroxide 75c
Snap, the great hand cleaner.. 15c
These are only a few ol the  many
things you can save on at our store,
Our Prescription Department is one ol the
Pines! on the Coast. Have your doctor phone
yodr prescription to us, if you can't call. We
deliver to yourhouse,
North Sbo^ Drug Co.
ESPLANADE WEST
ft $, THOMAS, Pto.B. ""-*<
Phone 311
DmMial
House Phone nt
V
THE RR0USB MOUNTAIN B0P.Nf0
BAILWAY
possibly the greatesi; ol our Inducements created (or the purpose ol lining (il only lor n short ilm«) lbs
tourist, amateur photographer nr
pleasure seeker in ueneral tn ihi. el>-
sinn roetfulness of the North Hlimu
will be tlie flrouae Mountain Hmn|e
Railway which will, ii is snlicip.iUil,
I'.iininencii operation nitit your.
This railway which will linvu the djs-
tiiieiiiin nl being the lonuest dirsrl
lime saving lift in the world ie ready
divided intra three separate si ci ions nr
units Ihe first consisting of ulaoul a
mile and one hull ol Iruok, leu in . ihe
Capilano eunyon at Canyon View nnd
extending easterly lo a point .11 the
loot of tha incline nr liable lino, 'lbs
second section is an inelini iriiinu, directly up the side of the m.iu tain
about a mil" and three l|uiirtere l.nj.
with a rise nl npprnxim,i|.ily '.,01111
feel to a power house litu.ilid in I).
I,. 1536. Prom this point nn clnlric
railroad skirls Ihe creet of .lie mountain and ends ut tho summitt v'nre
the propoeed Alpine Hardens I...I.-I
and amusemenl eslerpris.s ol the
(irouse Mountain Hciaio Rtrlv.iy
Company will lie situalal.
Power sufficient lor tbe enterprise
will Ik obtained Irom the 11. C. I.heir ic Hy. ('0. and a provisional api'ie
ment is now I»i 11 ■ negotiated villi
that Company to get them 10 ixpe-
diato the comlrucliou of Ih ir Capilano lino Irom the present term'nua to
the commencement nl ihe scrnic Iin
at Canyon View.
The proposal plan is to ci.nslvucl a
throe rail line from end lo end. Timbers on which Iho trucks are to lwIuid
will lie anchored tn solid rock wbich
will ensure Complete safety lo the
travelling public.
The ordinary ly|ie ol eleclrie cor'
will Ik Usui on leotiuDS . ne and three
of the line „n.l on seclion two a cable
line with two observation curs each
capable ol .i.e..nun. d 11 in < upwards
of 60 passengers will lie usod.
The cable which necessarily must In-
oi greut strength, is tcalod In maintain a weight of 135 Ions though il
will rarely lie called n|i. 11 lo support
more llu.11 5 or 6 Inns. It is composed of plough steel und will lie so
adjusted Ihut llie weight ol one oar
practically coiinterlsiiiinces the other.
Power ia. transmitted liy mean< ol copper .-.in.1.1.-nil!, to ibe upper power
bouse where Iwo electric molora will
lie insl nl li.I, those imitora lo turn 11
-.-ii.-.. ol guars which in turn revolve
>i massive grip -haa..'-. ihe hitler con-
■1 -mu' ol a iieiii.nil.iu li Ii avy wheel
to whicli are fixed aliout 70 iiutomiitir
steel juwi. As the wheel revolves
lliese jaws close und grip Ihe mdless
ruble to whidi Ihe curs ure perninn-
ently uiiii'-lual. ruie's/ or luwering
litem us nrriision rea|uircs, this m I'i
nd naturally being „ grcnl savin; to
the cable.
Lusl your ii is estimated thul uiioul
11.i.si iieramis undertook the lour-
hour climb lo Ihe lop of (\ruute
Mountain. Tbia lime the company
propones lo reduce to less lb an h ill
un hour, 'ibe route arranged gives
the in...it comprehensive view ol Ih
magnificent iconic advantages thai
could instable lie nlituinni, „arl will
undoubtedly attract thaiusunds ol
lourisls to this city, us will as lur-
nishing the rupidlyiflrrcusing population nl Vuneouver ipiick and easy access lo Ihe delights und relaxation ol
primitive nature.
When e.Hii|ileiial Ihis system will eon
din aai.- ihio uf Hie moat 1. .1.1.!. muiiu-
li.ni railways in tbe world ..11.1 Iwing
situated iu nnh clnse proximity lo
large ocnlres ol population   it is  eer-
I**-*
tain to oorawawl. patronage that will
swell to unprecedented proportions,
The enterprise is especially, "pm-
nieutlalila for the rouson tha). it has
hoop brought in'o existence by   locul
operators, utili ba bnity by local capital and the profits will remain at
home.
Tha provisional directors ol tho company ire W. d, sfcOulggap, broker,
Vancouver, |,. P, Miles, Ca|iitalist,
V»ncpuver, William H. M«yi ox-Mayor
ol North Vancouver, W. J. Manron,
M.Ia.A., Dewdney, and W- Bl »•' Col-
lister, ex-manager Alliiou Iron Works.
Vancouver,
The Company is now uirnnjin: to
offer a block of shares lor public subscription and North Vancouver citi
sella will have an opportunity to possess Ihomsekos of un interest in n In-
c.il enlerprlee which will not only
help lo liiukai North Vancuuver fumous
Ixit whidi will likewise prove u most
remunerative investment finmcially.
CITV WATKH UKI.INi|l'.WS
Al a sp.. i..l meeling oi ihu my
council last ovening Iho mntur of ix-
tendiiig Ihe cily limils wus I rn'.i.lll up
hy Alii. McHao whn wished lo know y.
anylliiug. had come ol Ihe ''nil'Vcuro
which was to he hold in ruj.ud 11 this
hy the city and district Council,  is he
Iuid   II..I    leeeil.al   in.llli.'iili. 11       )l    lllly
specified lime. 'Ihe mayor said thii
Coun. Hridgintin was 'he ni'y one
presinl at this ennfenme.
Ahi. Dick .'.dlia.! atlenlinn ta. the
fuel Ihut a good liuiny ol llu eili/ilii
wore <lelini|iieill in their walnr I tils'bl
amounts varying from V3 In t.'l) and
it was ,1.-. nl.il lo notify ihe e p.i'plo
ami if prompt setllcmn did mil re-
suit ,in two weeks the water >V uid hu
shut off.
Tbo reoommiinilatii.il ul the I aik*.
committee to creel a fence ainiinl lln
cemetery plot nnl lu huve Ibe tr, inula
levelled off un.i graded was 11/reo.l
upon by lho council. The work »ill
cosk in the vicinity nl 1360 or MiW.
CITY'S ANNIVI'lliS.MIV
Wulnoeday next, Ihe 17th insl., w,ill
be u lu.i.ilile Hutu in the history oi Ihe
cily ol North Vanoouver, laniig Hie
iaai.nl anniversary ni ihe day up in
which Ihe letters piilmt granting iu-
corporation were first publishid.
Prof. W. G. Alexander
THE NOTI'll) I'llllFNOLOtilST
LARSON'S HALL
livery nighl  except   W«ln xduy, I e
uinning  Mi ndiiy, May li3nd.
Adiiiissii.n-First  Nighl  Free,    'nl-
loclion taken.
Private .-.iii-uliiiiii.il. daily Iruin 10
a.m. ul  Norlb  Vancouver lini'I.
McMillan's for money savers
A FI'IW OK OUR I'HK'I'i.S- I'OMI'AIlK   I III M WITH ANY.
.Sugar, granulated, 18.1b. sank ...11.00
Tea, M.M,ll„„'s 3 Ib. for  41-00
Baking Powder, Coledyke Brand-
lull 16 oi. tin   16c.
Coffee-whole roast and Iresbly
ground, jwr Ib 36c.
Ham, fancy sugar cured |»r Ib....30c
Cunnud Fruits, delidiiua Culilornia
Pears, Paachss, Aprirols and
Hasidwriss, (ier tin     90c.
Pickloe, fine English pickles, per
boltlo  36c.
Butter, Irtish made, New /oalaud
3 Ibe , 11.00
j. a. & m. McMillan
 Phone 20—7	
2 SNAPS
Large Double Corner, Hi. Andrew iOCAA
and 14th Street .--- d)L\)\J\J
50 ft. Ut, 2J Blocks east of Lons- # I AgA
dale Ave., cleared, facing south  - f ivwU
W. SIMPSON
4M^OMER ST., or tat Houft •.•( vf Untd»l,
S
IjlTbe name" Jrr»'
'*$ peria)" stampwi
on Garden Ho»« H #
guarantee of Quality,
Wc are sole agents
for North Vancouver,
for ihis brand of Hn«e,
have handled same for
yi nis, and gnaranlee
eveiy foot.
When buying Hosei
iisist on getting the
best, Lawn S/rink-
lurs, Nozzles and
Reels of the best
quality always in stock
Paine & McMillan
The Hardware S;i'caliiis Phone 12
First Street and Lonsdale Avenue
An Attractive Display of
.
New Lines in Men's Wear
We are offering for a few days,
special prices on our high class
lines of Go' ;. L\ Thirffferin
should ap
North Vancouver w
1 to ti e people o
k wish 11 avail them
selves of the chance to get good Clothing
at very reasonable prici s.
MEN'S SUITS
Regular ^11.50 snd ^t5 foi $,(,,   Wu liavc 150 suits on hand
which we will clear at above price
MEN'S EXTRA PANTS
Prices: $1.75, $,.00, sjj.aj, $,.yh $ym t0 ^.j0
NEW SHIRTS
Now sod dressy psfk-ras in sll .Standard inakus, yjc. 10^4.00
UNDERWEAR
Underwear ranging in price Irom joe, lo tyit per garnienl
Ths Vancouver )|„uie 4 "Silni llrund Ovllars mul  j'anb.xjy'a I niWi
Nude Overalls,"
J. N. Harvey, Ltd.
Vuiiciuver :
lift I'll llaetioye .Street West.
Viotirfia:
611 Yates Slreel,

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