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CITY FATHERS IN CONCLAVE
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MATTBW OF INTEEEBT AT CITY
OfiVHOlh
PLEBISCITE BE BOTTLB LICENSE
ULTBA VIBBS
THIBD STBEET  OWNERS OBJECT
TO WIDENINO OF FOUBTH
STBEET
DAILY NEW8PAPEB BEPBIMAND
ED BT ALDEBMAN
lot! uiglit's session of the city coun
ei)   developed   several   iustaacoi   in
i which the situation became especially
utoresting to those who wero io at
■ ■mi.■ in i' at tbe council chamber.  ,
:  '"        No Ploblecite ra License
A lotter from Mr. Hoderiek Mackon-
uie wass tho firBt development which
eauaed a slight commotion iu tho usually placid atmosphere of tbe precincts
of tbo civic administration halls. Mr.
Muol.cn/ie stated that several weeks
ago lie wrote tbo council witb refer
' ence to a proposed plebiscite as to a
hott|c license beiug issued iu tbe city
and that up to the presont bad not
beon read at tbo couucil mcetiugs. He
*     wished In linnw why it had not been
read.   Muyor McNeisb explained tbat
the letter had been overlooked in tbo
lirst in-si:'n.' and tbat in order to make
up for the delay, be bad directed tbat
/      lbe letter be at once referred to the
U      dty solicitor for his opinion.  Tbo fo
Helton' reply was to baud aud wis on
the i 'Me    He htd exorcised tho >power
t  vested lu bim as to referring interim
mutters lo the solicitor for tbe pur'
,     (nose of expiditiug tbe matters as ho
knew  the    letter  must  follow    tbat
.   i nurse in any ease.   The letter of the
solicitor wus then read and advised tbe
couucil that uuder the Municipal Clauses   Act  a   plebiscite   eould  bo  taken
only at. lhe time uf the annual elections.   Only bylaws could bo submit-
teiljlurjiig Ihe year.
Newspaper on Carpet
Alilenuaii Bias started tbe bill roll
'     ing in auolher direction by liking the
"Sou" of Vtncouver to leak for stating' tbat the lax rate for the city Im.l
been struck for tbe year aud.tbat it
was thirty per cent, iu tdvauce of laat
year.   Tke tux rate bad not yet beeu
I declared for the yeur aud he considered
il detrimental to tbe city's iotereitj
tlmt erroucous reports of this nature
should be published.
Alilerniau Dick availed himself of
Ihe opportuuity to reprimaud Ihe same
1'iiper fur haviug published au article
under Hie heading "Vicious Principle
lis in „ili Contract" io wbicb insinuations were made witb reference to the
cruibed rock contract. This article in
itt terms implicated tbe wholo council iu tbis alleged irregularity. Alder
man Dick wished to attic tbat so far
as Ibe other members of tbo council
wero concerned they were uot in any
way connected wilh tbe rock quarry
arrangement. If anybody was to
blame be- alone was tbe man. He ah
solulely denied however tbal tbere wat
anything iu the procedure from be
piuiing to end. Kn far aa he kuow any
member of Ihe couucil acting as a pri
vute,citizen might lease any of nu
property for a turn of live yean. It
' waa regrettable' tbat any newspaper
circulating iu Norlb Vaueouver and
publishing local uews should publish
Mich articles of such a nature. It wai
particularly regrettable tbat a paper
juat starting should be guilty of sucb
- procedure. If that, was the way they
started, be trembled to think wbal tbe
end would be.
Deputation rt Street Widening
Nr.   John    Alexander   wat    chief
spokesman for a deputation of  Tblrd
,      street ratepayers wbo waited ou   Uie
couucil to preseut their views wltb regard to tbe general policy of widening
eity atreeta at tbe requeit of property
owners ou those streets.   At to the gen
ertl policy, if oue itreet wu widen
'      cd, then others would follow*    Tbli
night involve tbe city in   great  ex-
1;, ,'"■"" for expropriation aad It would
' alio entail add/tloael coit of maintenance.   While tbe cost wai borae ia tbit
maiu by tbo property owners interact
ed, tbo money was novertheleil rated
op tbe general credit of the city and
auy extensive movement toward ttraat
widening might affect tbat credit detrimentally.    Ou   general   principal
tbey were of opinion tbat eighty loot
'    w*uld beu sufficient width for city
i    atreeta.
I       Referring to tbe tppllcatios of 4tb
n etrject property owoon,  If fth Uraet
ft w.ofc widened to one hundred feet, then
Vat a matter of telf protection Tblrd
"street property owners would be compelled to^wldeo tbat ttreet. Tkoy  al-
, ready he'd V potltlpa  to Uiat efect
wbicb wat tlgned by property pwaeri
to tM anient ft Mft.jer cant. Wara
both of thoso Btreots widened to ono
hundred feet tbe effect on tbt grounds
pf tbe Chesterfield avenue school would
be shortened by twenty feet. Tbe
grado ou Lonidale aveime would likewise be affected. Tbeso nutters
should be coiiiiidcri'd.
Aid. Dick declared tbat if tbo 85
par cent, of tbe property ownors on
Third stroet signed a petition to bive
tbtt atreet widened and agreed io deed
tbp city free of cost at tbe Fourth
street owners bad done tbe necesttry
property for tbe purpoie be would ft
vpr the widening of tbtt itreet. He
considered tbtt tbe Fourth itreet owe
ep were to be complimented on tbe
public spirit which they bid manifest
op in tbit matter. He doubted 'if un
dec tbe circumstances the council could
legally rofuae to grunt sucb a roquest.
The ongineer later reported tbat tbe
difference iu tbe grade ou Lonsdale
avenue witb tbe widening of Fourth
atreet would be tbree incbei in tbe
mn feet.
Communications
Tbo usual griit of cOmmuolcitioue
wuh read and dealt witb at fellows;
From Johnston k Salsbury, to lbe elect
thai tbeir basement bad been landed
dad some damage done, engineer to report; from W. Sutherland, 0. D. Hoy
lend, Mn. llilliam and D. 0. Macintosh
asking for streets aud sidewalks to
tboir property, Board of Worki; from
District Clerk J. Q. Farmer asking tbat
l.ynn Valley road where it joiua lbe
diatrict be repaired. Will be attoudod
to as soon as ground ii dry euougb;
from N. V. City oFrrioi to tbe effect
(bat tbe uew leads for tbe local landing
are about ready t« be put in place.
aim wrwwvp. * p
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PACIFIC AND GREAT EASiRN
(Continued ou pagt Ave)
C, P. R, Surveyors on
The Esplanade
A party of surveyors drifted into
town yesterday-and proceeded te run
lines ulung tbe MtUtpade. Tbeir pre
Hacc attracted coulKbreblo atteulion
aud many were the calJKtures as lo
Wbal might be their purpose. All ef
fori', to "interview" the instrument
mun for news purpuses elicited a decli
nation couched in lerma more forceful
tbau polite and the direct route to tbr
desired information bad to be noun
doiii'd. Tbe indirect route, however,
yielded better results. It wtt learned
that tbe geuial superintendent of the
C|ty Board of .Worka, Mr Dau. Ami
Md, bad rtsually met ono of tbe mem
bers of lbc party tt work on tbe (Ires
cent. Mr. Aniskold observed tbtt tkt
V. W. * Y. htd I right of way iloag
tbe waterfront to wbicb bo received thc
reply "Hive tbey, I goeis tbe C, P.
B. to btvc oue too." Tbo superintendent
profiting by diplomatic methods tc
quired I li rough long tssocilt ion wilb tl
tit admiiiiatrttive methods rejoined
tkat be did nol believe a word of Ibe
ttorici in circulyion to tbe effect tbtt<|
lbe C.I'.R bad aecured a right of way
throup Ike tUf, m observation wbicb
promptly drew from Ma listener la par
ticularly emphatic laagwagc but wbicb
It il perhaps better to commit to efM
print ia a tubltM fo» etmel) "You
ire desd right, Wu'bive." Ia tbat lit.
tie word "we" whieh Inadvertently e,
caped tbe turveyor, tbt .public Is plit
td iu possession of lbe fall evidence
upon wbicb mty bt bated tbe eooclu-
tion l^ai tbe party wu composed of
surveyors in live employ of tbe C. P.
H Whether tbit evldtnee is occupied
tt conclusive or not remalas witb tbe
individual reader.
BBJtsPWff, OF COMPANY
VIOB-PBEMDBNT   TQ    ABBANQB
FINAIfOWO IN LONDON
WILL BE OBEAT BTBATEOIO COM-
MEBOIAL LINE
IMMEN8B BESQUfeOBI  OF OOUN
TBY TO BB TBAVEB8ED
The fact tbat it would be impossible
to over estiniute tbe importance to tbe
North Shore of the lines of railway
upou wbicb construction fill shortly
bo siuried by tbe iviiic and Qreat
Eaitern Bailway becomes over more
clearly perceptible ai public attention
to aud public discussion of tlie under
tailing brings lo light in increasing
volumo tbe immense possibilities for
tbo creation Of wealth which will accrue from tbe uponing up for development of tbe vast natural resources of
tbo country which tbe railway Hues
will traverse.
Jo Ihis connection au exprcs|ion of
opiuiou emanating from u comparatively disinterested source will add ivoigbt
to whut bas already beeu said iu these
.olinm... The city of Victoria, it is
true, is to be conuected witb tbe Pacilic and Ureat Eutern system by
means of a ferry from tbo Fraser rivor
tbe same proportion of benefits jrould
delta, but it is natural lo suppose lhat
uot be expected upou lbc part of the
capital city as would afcrue to   tbe
Watt Vtncouver Dltttlct
~nt-   ■'-■   ■
l)l)rrunl Inlet terminal of f|(llt lyittp).
Tbe fpllpwiug :n i is is- fsjop the Victoria
Dplqpfst will bo qcpppteii as corro|)or|-
f|vo testimony, witb referepce to tbpsp
great benefits which ar'p expectpd on
tbe Jlortb Shore to follpw the CPU
tttop\i<m nt thm I'U1":. TJp 9o\0flM
observes as follows:
Tbis undertaking is pf present interest because Mr. D'Arcy T|tte, formerly
of tbe Grand Trunk I'ueilie and now
vice president uml lleueriil tloiimu'l pf
tbe I'ueilie Qreat Eastern, left the city
last nigbt for London tu complete financial arrangements which will make
the very early beginning of construction possible. Mf. Tjatc js so well and
favorably i.mum in this eity, tbat be
needs no iutrpductlen. Ho ii an exceedingly capable man, a lawyer of
ability aud attainments, and one wbo
bas studied very thoroughly tbe trans
porlatioii problem ob it relates to Brit
isii I'oiiiuibiii. Associated witb Mr.
Tate in tbe directpratp of the com
pany ^rb Mesjfs. Timotby Foley, fit
rick Wclcb ami d.W. Stewart, who cou
■iiinii tbe gtetf contracting linn of
Foley, Welch"* Stewarf. This firm
il undoubtedly tbe leading concern in
Its line of business in America. It has
been engaged iu Ibe construction of
all, or nearly all, tbe transcontinental
railways. It not ouly onus wbat is
perhaps the must complete epnttructiuu
plain in existence, but it is a very
wealthy firm aud each of tbe partners
is aiming the millionaires. Tkeir con
neetioii with tbe enterprise is a guar
anlee of Ita being speedily carrifjl
to completion. Mr. Stewart is tbe pre
siileni of tbe company und he will de
vpte bis great executive ability tq il*
management uml to making it one of
the greatest development projects in
Canuda.
While Ihe plans of the compauy aod
its contract with tbe proviuee provide
only for a railway aa far nortb as
faiLflejUUi IJUfftOSi intended to be
tbe limit of lis operations. It Is the
intention of Ilie eomptuy 10 extend Itr
Hue northwards lu reach thc agrieul
tural lands of llic I'ctce Biver Vtlley
is well as Ibe great region lying north
of whut is' called thc Diucincs, a region
known lo be ricbly muienliied and
,'oniuiuing large areas adapted for col
mn .iii.,ii Many Colouist readers may
recall what wo bave said lu times past
of the great uiiexploited region lying
between Ibe point where'the Fiudlay
aod Penuip riven untie to furm the
(Contwuw on rift Sight.)
HAD BHENDS ON THE ''TITANIC"
Mr. tnd Mn. Qeorge Dennis are
sharing tbe suspense wbicb is sustained
by very many popple wbp bad relatives
pr Aland! »n lipard tbe ill-fated Titanic
ou bPF disastrous lirst and last voyage,
Mr. Mark Fqrfune witb h\i mitt ami
family, wai a ptsBonger pn board tbo
wrecked itetmsbip, op tbeir homeward
wuy after an extended trip in Eurupu.
Mr. fortune bas fqr yeart bpon ene pf
tbe promiupnt real estate nicu of Winnipeg as well as one pf' tbe foremost
curlclrs in tbe prairie provinces. Mrt.
Fortune tud Mrs. Desalt *n Ant cousins tnd future dospttcbos tro there
fore awaited by ber iu tbe hope that
tbo family may have survived.
CLASSIFIED ADS.
WANTED
6 f ANtBD-Holp for gpnoral bouse-
work.     AfB]y }tJHlA 'tiff!*    ''.M'
WANTED-Ljstings ou city property.   I,. L. Woodward, 84 Lonsdalo Ave,
t.f.
.mtmnlmm,
Another bilarioualy funny comedy
J»u preaented by tbe (lohlon I-cPtigs
Compauy at tbe Lonsdale last evta
ing. "Jan." wai the title of the play
and Miss Mtrtt Uolden in tbe titular
rale waa p huge eatttei, her cockney
accent wu pronounced. Mary 'lien
brane at tbe maiden aunt assisted Bt'
tonally witb tbe comedy lituttioat tnd
Ur. Lel'tige U 1 eolsumptive WM lha
very funuy. Carroll Caldwell gave I
splendid characterisation of tba beat
volant old guardian. Tbe,otber mem
ben at the Comptny tcquilttd them
mm creditably in tkeir vtrleut roles.
Bullae* at tke beauti/ul pUyhowc ba»)
beeo steadily on the Inrreue since tkt
tdvcnl af Uie Ooldea In Paige coin
f*"f' ■ «H
WANTED—Second bend pook stove
in good condition, fqj Nortji Lousdale
Presbyterian Ladipi' iii. Mutt be re-
tBontble.   Box 238J.
WANTED-Youag g|rl fpf gepttpl
bousowurk, sleep lionie if possible. Apply Mn. Meredith, 337 Hub St. But,
North Vancouvor. JJ-4
WANTED-One lot facing on the
Onnd Boulevard. Will pay all cash
if price it rigbj. P. 0. Box 1838,
Nortb Vancouver.
FOB BALE
FOB SALE i 'IIKAr Dak mantel and
brass front tire placa, iu good coudi
tion, ready for removal. May be seen
at 218 l.'Uh Street West. t.f.
t'DK K.M.1-: i'luyer Piano, almost
new. Small cub payment aod take
over equity.   A.,W. B., Exprcis Oflice.
FOB SALE—Cheep, oik extensiou
tabic aod sideboard. Apply Wurburn
its Piano House Ltd. t.f.
FOR 8AL>E—By owner, double eor
uar on Pater'» Boad, »7uu h, caab.
Box P., Express Offlco.
FOR 8ALB-()uick. IS roomed bouse,
lot 33x147, by owner, cloie to ear. H,
100.  Apply Box ADO, Kxprcai Office
IM
FOB SALB-Rubber tire buggy and
our a ess,  nearly   new; also old violin
l.siii) Apply J. Diorssen, Colonial
Aparlmeuts, i  i
FOR HA I.K Oak extension, table,
Morris cbalr, bedstead. Call between
11 and ! o'clock, Killarney Cottage,
■urner   17lh and  I.onsdale 10-4
FOB SALE—Furniture   of   8-room
lat »n»t -ferry.  Inquire W. /. 4>iek
Ileal Estate Offlce, Lontdalo Avenue.
lit
FOB BENT
BOOMS FOR BENT-Housekeeping
tpd tingle.  -18 Snd street east.
JfOR    RENT-^lottage,   317   Fint
street  east.  Furnituro for sale. 10-4
WANTED TO RENT-Sback, oue or
twp* rooms, furniibcd. Apply, Expreu
Office.
FOB RENT-A Bback, Seventh
street eaBt, near corner, Water on lot.
Apply Box AGP, Express Office. Joi.
Drybugb, 225 Oore Avenue.
|"0B BENT-Buoms with board If
desired, moderate rates, also small boun
Apply lirst uew house, 18tb street weit
ol' Isiinis.lali', l-l.
FOB BENT—Urge modern four-
roomed suites, corner 8tb aud Cbea-
lerliel.l. Apply 172 Upper Keith E.r
ronti $20. 06
Board aud room for siuglo map.
Terms moderate. Near car. Apply
Mrs. Kuight , Tth and Bidgeway Ava.
W
TO BENT—Three-roomed cottage aa
•orucr of Moody and liih itreet. H'>
i mouth. Apply D. W. Bobertson, 417
Lousdale.
FOB BENT-Fuur roomed suite Mt.
Crown Block, First street east, boated
grate, disappearing furniture, etc. A).
ply at Building or to Lett aud Per
own.'', 310 Biehurds St. 30-4
MISCELLANEOUS
Painter and jiajicr hauler wants
work Address (1. W. Slapleton, North
Vancouver. 18-4
(let It at Lonidale Pharmacy Pbone 21
HS^tr
Ice Cream, Butter Milk aad Swtet
Milk it tbe Orotto, fresh dtily. 204
Furnished ind unfurnished rooms.
120 First slrect west. Opposite Ueiu
Theatre. IB C
riEE WOOD
Cord Wood ud Stnve Wool. Full
Meuure. Prompt DeHvery. Strictly
Caab. Pbont IS.
FOB SALE-Oae lot pf grocery
shelving aad counter io Lynn Valloy
New io store Utaly occupied lay A. B.
Fletcher. Can bo teen by applying to
W. 1. Wilson, Assignee. t.f.
WANTED-A women to do house
work every Saturday. Apply evenings
io Madam Humphrey'i Uth itreet tnd
Dhcstcrleld tvenue, fit Pender Slroet
Weet.
OOtmOttU»7T*  MATHEBI
ffhrlr"f  Finance  Committee
Wtat Vaactapr piitrict
OOUNOOJUA 0. W. HAY
Cbalrmta Board of Works
Wait Vineormu Ditlrict
— nr   rmmmm.rn^ W , ,,
The parka emmrUot parpmt vm
ing tbt centttry tWt tturama witb a
view ta laming It* **0*lit ttrm
wbicb will be cleared aad UlUaad fjt{
govwnuwB lrjr. mmw*
omixtm 9m, M 9* *W* ^
W™ ymsetwrnTm 9fm*Anmm
WMWBWWBE
Mlaa, turn md Vultb
'Wwtm wiPP^^vV fflWl^
Foil SALE-Wettingbouie electric
motor, 'A bone power, suip $18. Fir
mer's handy wagon, imp HI. Frank
Alice, Wlndtor Botd Weit, Nortb
Lomdile. 101
NO SALABY-Lady will give few
hours daily assistance light bouse duties, goad home. Full particulars Box
A57, Kxpress.
TO LKASE-Now six roomed bunge
low, Nortb Lunsdule, magnificent view.
Apply 237 Keith road East ur -phono
403. 13 1
CLEAEINO LAND
Tenders   wanted   for   eleariug   and
grading lols I, I, 3 4 and t% 30, 31,
32, block 118, D.L. 274. Address Box
1780, North Vancouver. 114
Land Clearing and Grading Lots.
Pcto Andruss, Qeneral Contractor. 8c
wor connections a specialty, basement
and other excavating work undertaken.
Estimates free. 627 Bt. Ocorge'i Ave.
Norlh Vancouver, post offlce box till
B. C. livery aad Board sublet
Light rip and ladles' taddle bonis
for hire.   Sttbliug for bones.     Hen
eraLdpllvary ud heavy teaming.    H.
I)umu,'ftk ttreet well. Pbone 347 tf
Agreeaatnu for Ball discounted.
Money waiting. Lonidale Bealty C«.,
Uf Lonsdale Avenue, Pbone 117,   t.f
:i
ttA/vn
T   FOB   SAM!
FOB BALE  Sellings of Mammoth
Pekin Docks. Prite strain. Pbooe IM.
Thoroughbred White Wyaadotta eggs
IHU pet aettiog. 141-JJth Street
waat. 164
Eggs from *ue laying strain White
foghatu HM pet letting. Tea manfta'
teealet Item mm strain DM. Cork
att, corner (Joeen aad (aesterleld,
Nortb Umiala.
FOB SALE Settings of Egp and
day old ebickt from prise bred B. C.
Wklte 1-egborn, Partridge Wyamlottei
and Buf Qrpiagtont. Mn. f E. I<ee,
Lynn VaU*y Poultry Yaidf, DtftPMI
Bead, I-yta Valley. Laav» nr tl Ptp-
tre tmi: Vo*,%> lAAtmi, Boa 1)U,
9, ymmff' u-
Diitrict of Nortb Vancouver.
NOTIOB TO CONTEAOTOB*
Healed Tenders tccompinied by cer
tiled cheque or cub for 0 por rent, of
tbe amount of Tender (wbicb turn
ibtll be beld until tbe satisfactory
completion ef thi work acc,ord:ng' ta
plans and specl|c*tibos) will be received by Mr. John (I. Farmer, Municipal
Clerk, until I p.m. on Thunday, Ikth
April, HU;', for tbe following worki
Clearing, grubbing and grading Con
naught Avenue, D, L. 787, K ",.
All in accordance wilb plant and
specilicalioni to be bad at Ulil office.
Tenders will not be considered except made upon prescribed forms aad
contained in offlciel envelopes.
Tbe loweit or- any tender not neccs
rarily accepted.
1. B. OOB0ROVE,
District Engineer.
District Municipal Hall,
Cor. Lynn Valley and Fromme Binds,
Norlh Vtncouver, H. C,
llllh April, 19)2. IH
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V. Y. ATHWTIO CLUB
An ttblctir club bu been opened over
McMillan'i grocery by Fraak Pop
bant wbo will receive application! lpt
membership. Boxing lessons tad ply-
slctl culture uuder tbe management of
Pttt Tjfrwt.       * »9 I
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THE EXPRESS NORTH VANCOUVER g, &, TUESDAY, APRIL fa Ilia,
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North Vancouver?
Of course, she's all right—but nevertheless the 'Pearl of lhe North Shore' needs publicity of the
right sort, and needs it badly.   Therefore, the EXPRESS ii preparing a grand special
Empire Day Prosperity Edition
lo be issued on May 23, printed in size about like lhe Saturday Evening l'm-l, on book paper and in
colors.    I In.- edition will be designed especially to tell the world what we are doing and fully answer
the question
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—Why is North Vancouver?
The management of the EXPRESS believes that now is the time to shout and make a noise
loud enough to arouse the whole country to the possibilities and boundless opportunities offered capital
in ihis, the coming industrial centre of the Pacific Coast.   With at least
Twenty-Five Millions to be Spent
within thc next five years in new railways, terminals, harbor and wharfage improvements, drydocks and
shipbuilding yards, and the |hree-track wagon and sidewalk bridge across the Second Narrows, truly
no city in North America has a brighter future for building activity, commercial and industrial development,
The Empire Day frdilion of the Express will tell all about these great undertakings and make plain the
reason why North Vancouver offers the greatest inducement  for  capilal  of any city on the  Pacific.
We want the co-operation of every business man and ratepayer
in North Vancouver to the end lhat our efforts may result in the greatest good to the greatest number. Experts have been engaged to prepare data and solicit your representation upon (lie Golden Rule basis
of merit alone. Several thousand copies will be printed and copies will be s^nt lo every Board of Trade io
Canada.
Now is Your Chance to Get in the Band Wagon
of Progress and Toot a Horn with the Live Ones
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On April 17th, 8 p.m. to 2 a.m.
|W^-VAaEV INSTITUTE. ,^
Double Tickets $up. Brtrt lady BOp
Tickets obtainable tt Otldwell'l Storo Lontdalo Ava. or Lynn Valley
Qonoral Btoro
(Special Oar)
(SJippora to be won)
ISN'T there a floor or other woodwork about
your house that would look lots better
if freshened up with a little good paint?
You could do the job yourself with M-L Paint-
in t wty you'd bt proud of, it t cott of t
few dimes.    For every ctnt'l worth of
paint you'll (tt t dollar's worth of
tatisfaction—if you trt particular
to get M-L(Miple Leaf) Pilot.
For tht floors (tt" M-L
Floor Pilot."
M-L
Paint
Wild.*
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• at sa..Idly,
colon an l>  el.ir
iii tl..., a little Ihi
io aid palatial, tat—
bill el sll- ll rsislai lis llsisr
lait«.l>rlM|crlhiaslh«aai»l>.
M.Se la Ioiit-i.h. tOmt ud
lion fu sll OKI. lol' o.lr la li»
—loll aiii.il.  M.J. br lapctl.l
Vsraitb 4 C.l.r Ce., Ul.Tore.lo
Dsnril. roar wall) .od ccillslt .rti.tie.ll7 will M-L
Fill Will Colon, llnb.ilei.   a.oinir. double, wxk.blt
vsry seososiioal.      IW
SOLD  BY
S. E. BUELL, North Vancouver
THE EXTENSION
TELEPHONE
IN THE HOME
AN Extension Telephone
once installed proves
its value. It earns its
way every day. With an
extension telephone upstairs
you do not have to go downstairs to answer when the
bell rings.. If you are upstairs you do not have to go
downstairs to call someone.
The service costs only a
little over 3 cents a day,
with no charge for installation. Call COMMERCIAL
MANAGER, Phone 98.
British Columbia Telephone Co.,
limited
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PHONE
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We make a feature of preparing printing that it profitable to
our palroni.
We ttudy type facet and effecti
to iniure attractive arrangement,
and we believe you wili appreciate
our handling of your work.
From a card to a huge potter
or an illustrated catalogue we will
give you a figure or our advice.
NORTH SHORE PRESS, LTD.
■    FIRST STREET, EAST
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Propw Club
Now  Dndtr  ConildtritlQii tud f fl»
Prettily bs Inaugttftttd tt Out*
From present fads nl Immi, there np
peara to lie every promise of a. Pro
I'.iriiH tIliila beine. I'lirninii in thia city,
and considerable preliminary work
tending   towards   tbia much  dealrtij
rnlliillinliii'linil,  1)01   iiln'idi    been   llOUC,
for/which tlip tlitini-ii of tbe community are iu grcqt measure duo to the initiative of members of tbe city council .us well as aevoral of North Vancouver's progressive busiucss men. It
ii thougbt by those iutereited that auch
a club would prove of untold value to
tbe interests of the whole of the North
Shore, and that were auch formed n:
■hiiiriili v in providing the necessary li
nances fur its proper equipment would
be experienced. Where similar insti
i iii ii.ii- have been fdrmed, notably in
Vancuuver mul Now Westiniuster, the
immense value of the work done by
thciu hus been recognized by the com
inunities involved, mul they have more
inun generously subscribed ull the mon
cy necessuryi and this experience it i?
believed, ami rightly too, will be du
plicated here.
Anent this matter of publicity, there
seems to be a well ilcllni'il intention on
the part of the Civic Advertising (loin
niittee, lo whicii Messrs. W. J. Irwin
mil Alexander Pbilip, have been elected
ii place of Aid. Mcllue uMflllek, re
signed, to I'oni'cntrute under one management Ihe Public Advertising Bur
cau, which they hope shortly to form
and the Free Information Bureau
wbicb has done so much good and
valuable work during tbe few monthi
it has been in existence, but ulioi
value to the interests of the North
Shore, they think by such a courm
would be greatly augment ed. Al mn
rule something definite will short Ij be
lone to plice, through the proper nd
vertising medium, the trunsecndciit up
portuuitics thut North Vancuuver and
district ull'rr.i lo intending settlers be
fore them, iu Hie most effective ami
economical manner possible, ami llic
formation of a Progress i lul. will undoubtedly prove a step in the right di
rectiou.
Enormous Increase
of Values on the
North Shore Since
1904 and 1907
I'henoineiial has been lhe truly won
derful increase of really values iu this
eily aud districl during the pasl eight
years. This fait was oflicially brought
out before Mr. W. A. McDonald, K.
('.., specially appointed government
commissioner lo investigate laml titles
in North Vancouver diitrict, tt t lit
ting of his court during the past few
'lays. I.iinsl purcbaseil with South Ar
ricau scrip for |I0H when granted, has
now a conservative valuation uf several
hundred thousand dollars, as llic fol
lowing fads brought out al thc enquiry shows. Mr .Tbomai Aitkcn Im
lificd to thc fact that he had obtained
I). Ij. 1616 from Ihe crown as a free
grant for services rendered iu .South
Africa arising out of the war, seven
acres, of whioh he had sold lo a frieinl
named Chambers in IHU", and in l!" ■>
he had sold Hie remainder of his hold
ng lo Messrs. Wakely tnd Hudie for
woll ovor »1 j.umi, who hid in lum liui'l-
subdivided the property into rosidcu
tinl and business, lots tnd disposed of
by sale at prices which from prevailing
prices could easily be conjectured. In
referenco to Ihis grtnl Mr. AiUtcn
said he had no recollection of any re
scrvttion ou bis pari of a quarter inter
eit due to thc crown. Mr. Peter
Weslovcr staled in giving bis evidence
lhal tbe crown had grautcd him for
lie; 11. L. 2087 in 1904, which has
since been subdivided and ii now well
worth close to half t million dolltrs.
B.e;,T»PPAY,APR»,i6,l9l2.
L'BNVOI
When earth's last picture it ptintetl
And the tubes tre twilled tnd dried,
When the oldest colon ire faded,
And tbe youngeit critic bis died,
Wc  shall  .i'.i   inni.  faith,   we  shall
need it,
I.ic down for an aeon or two
Till the Master of All Oood Workmen
8htll set ui to work tncw.
And those who ire good ihall be happy
Tbey shall sit iu I golden chair;
They shall splash at t ten league canvas
With Isrus.ii,. of comot'i btir;
They slmll find retl iiinii to draw
/rom—
Mu.In Inn.. Pet it and I'uul;
They shtll Work fpr tn Ige tt 1 sil
ting
And never get tired It ill.
And only the Master iball praise ui,
And only tbe Muter shall Maine;
And no one slmll work for money,
And no one ibtll work for fame;
But etch for tbe Joy of working
And etch lot i loptrtle 'tar
Shtll driw tbi Tbing ti be scot it
For the Ood of things it tity trt.
-MaiytiA mplOU:
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City Water Supply
Dlek Lake Storage Reservoir—Valuable Eights Sought by tbe City- -Application Now Before Chief' Water
Oomniitiloner
Tho tpplicntiqn which wna formally
m»illi\bj;. tbu ulty to the deputy waler
commissioner at New Westminster on
Friday last for a water rocord on Dick
like, is a matter of tbo utmost importance to tho city wator supply. The
lake iu question would provide n splendid natural reservoir of great capacity
which would constitute ono of the most
important features of tho eity water
system.
Dick luke is situated within thc con-
flues of tho district of West Vancouver
nmi lies in the mountains in a nortb
easterly direction from Eagle llurbor.
It has an elevation of liiuu feet above
sea level and presents most favorable
condltioni fur conversion into an immense storage .reservoir nt comparatively slight cost. The project is prac-
tictilly u duplicate of thai whicii is now
beiug carried out by tho city wilh respect to Rice Lake. By thoroughly
cleaning and scouring the bed pf the
lake, it will become in every way suitable as one of the sources of the city
water supply. By this means the cjty
would find itself ill possession ef an
impounding reservoir capable of holding upwards of two hundred million
gullous of water which iu conjunc
tion with the Bice lake scheme would
placo the city iu a very satisfactory
position iu Ihis vital particular.
The application with the, evidence
has liooi ii'ii's wt i<> llu Chid Via
ter CouiflVissioudi^Mr. .lohn 0. Fur-
mer. clerk of North Vaueouver dis
trict, was present at the hearing, re
presenting the district of West Vancouver, ll wns agreed thut he wuuld
submit a written statement of tne position of the district of Weft Vuncou
ver with reference to lhe application,
■•■■■■^
Board of Trade Meeting
To-morrow
On Wednesday eveuing. April 17th,
ut lhe eily hull al 11 o'clock, the Hour)
of Trade will meet to specifically deul
wilh Ihe resolution of Mr. Alexundcr
Philip regarding the harbor. Bccro
tory Donaldson strongly urges nil member! lo be present, so Ihut this very ;
serious mutter may receive the ultcn I
lion it demands.
The Canadian Bank
of Commerce
OAPITAl $11,000,000
BEST ■ $0,0011.000
Temporary quarters of tho Nortk Vaueouver. brum-1, Esplanade West uoar
I.onsdulo Avonue.
A General
Business Transacted
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Interest  paid   on  Savings  Bank  Deposits   of   One   Dollar   aud   upwards,     •
Withdrawals   may   be  made   at  any
time,
3. A. rOESTEB   Manager.
TENDERS WANTED
Wealed Tenders marked "Tender for
steel water pipe" s\ill be received by
lhe city clerk of tho city, of North
Vancouver up to 12 o'clqck noon on
Monday, tho 22ml April, 1912, for supplying 5,1100 lineal feet of 16 iuch steel
waler pipe .according to specifications
prepared by tbe city engineer. Copies
uf specifications may be obtained ut
tho eity engineer's office .North Van
couver.
Tho successful tenderer will be re
quired to enter into nn ugreeuicnt with
Iho City of Norlh Vancouver for BUp
plying the suid pipe ncconling to ipeci-
llealious.
A marked cheque for Ii pet cent, of
tho umount of the tender must uccoin
pany each uml every tender.
A bond for 25 per cent, of thc con
tract will bo requirod.
The lowest or any tender not necei
sarily accepted.
OKOBQE S. HANES,
City  Engineer.
City Engineer'a Office,
North Vancouver,
April 41b, 1912.
Vancouver Business Directory
III MMiSI   I III.I lil.l.V
SPROTT-SflAW Business College
336 Hastings St. W.
Canada's Greateit Watttrn School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - -Manager
llllli. KSTATB.
Yorkshire Guarantee & Securities
Corporation, Limited
d4u Seymour Street
Rl'AI, ESTATE $.
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES   MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgate - - - Mauuger
IlKSTAI tu.vn
All North Vancouvsr peopli tat it
LEONARDS*
'   Either Flack Block.01 Haitingi St.,
■■PI' ' .1.   the new pust ulliee.   Leonard
sells Iiis teu bv the pound.
Of    Lnl \sl{\Lnt
Ai Cleared .Lots, full size, on 16th Street
in Block 34 "A"
ONLY $1000 Each
Terms one-third cash, balance 6, 12, 18
months; also
4 Large, Cleared Lots on Essex Street,
overlooking Park, one-half block from
Lonsdale Avenue
ONLY $950 Each
Easy T
erms
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Irwin & Billings Co., Ltd.
Corner 5th and Lonidale Phone 15   North Vancouver, B.C X.
4,
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exclusively; It constitutes tn advertising medium of exceptional value, for
retelling In t (borough tnd effective manner the population of North Vancouver
Oity tnd Dlatriet. Every effort is mtde to give advertisers tba most titiifietory
service.
A|l changes iu coutract advertisements should lie in the printers' hands not
later than 10 a. in. Monday aud 6 p. m. Wednesday to euiura insertion in the
following litut.
Nortk Vincouvtr, B. 0 April 16, 1918.
I:
TO ADVBBTIBB THB NOBTH SHORE
Relieving I lm I ilm linm is opportune
for tbe compilation of a publication
that will give tbe latest ami   i com-
pieto information wit|i reference to the
progresa tnd prosperity of the Norlb
Bhoro, tbe Expreu has engaged Mr. 0.
(I. Boot! of the Hoots Publicity Uur
can, to prepare a special editiou of
this I'i'i'.'i to lie callod tbe "Empire'
Day Prosperity Edition." Mr. Hoots
has bid extended experience in work
of this ntture all along the pacific
coast and as far east as New Vork.
He knows the work from beginning In
end and may be depended upon to pro
duce aubject matter which will present
all tbo phases of Nortb Hhore ailvan
tages and progress in tlieir most effective ligbl.
The edition wili bo dated May iMt'u,
win ii. .■ its name. It will be magazine
rather lhan a newspaper number, printed on heavy book paper and copiously
illustrated with tho latest features of
local progress as well as many new-
views of North Hhore scenic features.
*b The cover pago haa been specifically
drawn for tbe purpose and cousists of a
handsome design, tbo chief features of
which arc a picture of Queen Victoria
and a panoramic viow of the water
front and business centre of North
Vancouver. The cover will be printed
in two colors on extra heavy paper.
Tbe edition will run into many thou
sands and will be givon a very wide
circulation. A copy will be mailed lo
every Board of Trado throughout Can-
adt and it is hoped to arrange to for
ward a copy specially addressed, to
every owner of property upon tho North
.'-In,i,. Regular subscribers to the Kl
press will each receive a copy of the
issue ami it is expected that Ihere
will be a heavy demand for tbo uuin
ber upon the part of individuals who
wish lo forward them to friemls at a
distance. Tbis special edition will
reach thousands of people in all parts
nf Canuda, Ibe United Htates, Europe,
Australia and ulher parts of tlie world
Tbe "Umpire Day Prosperity Edition" will be the product entirely ol
the presses of North Hhore Press Dim
ilcii, and uo effort will be spared lo
make il a production which will ro
lift credit uot only upon tbe ],ul,huh
ers bul upon the Nortb Hhore as well.
As a medium for civic publicity, the
value of lliis special edition cannot well
be overestimated. It will bo u coin |
|si'ii.limn uf the latest and the musl au
Identic information obtainable with reference lu all phases uf Hie retources,
Hie advantages, the progress, the pre
sent annulment and the future pros
peels of Hie Norlb Hhore frum North
Ann to lluwe Hound. It will not beau
ordinary newspaper production which
will he lifiptily si'Buue'j ami then thrown
uway but it will be an artistic publication in magazine form which will
be worthy a permanent place in llic
ulliee, the storo, the home as a work
nf reference until such time us ils sue
cesser appears to present the record
nf yet mother period of growth ami
development,
North Hhore Press Limited bus under
taken Ihis project as a special devel
ojiiuenl of the object which is ever
kepi in view, tbat of making tbe "Ex
press" a powerful aud helpful factor
in promoting tiic interests and assisting the progress of the constituency wbicb il has Ihe
honor to serve, Thc "Express" bas beeu identified with " the
North Hhore from the very earliest
period of local development, hiving
beeu eiltblished it August, DlOfi, tml
bai al all limes endeavored to supply
tbe nerd of t loctl newsptper whose
■ mi-inni theme would be tho advance
ment of North Hhore iuteresta ml the
expediting of North Hhore progress aud
development. Jt li believed tbtt the
edition w'nich is now in preparation
will ronttltute tho moil potent factor
which hit yel tppctrd from my source
it lhe mitter of publicity for lbe Nurth
Shore tud we bespeak for the effort
| tha cordial lymptthy md the hearty
i'ihi|,itiiiIupi of tba pubic bodies, thc
•' busiucts and ludilttrial concern!) tnd
Ibe individual eitiioni in alf sections
of Uu community.
throiighuut Iho Dominion ami from the
fact lhat capilal from lhat source is
seeking linlgiuent in Hunadiau euler
prises iu ovor ineruusing volume. The
lutul uiiioiint nf Hrilish cupitul invested in I'iinii.liaii public uiiilcrtiikiiigs hus
Km liul lhe immuuso sum of 176,3117,-
21)7 pounds sterling or over eight Imu
(iron million dollars. The over increasing ratio in which Hritisb investments
in Canada havu been progressing is
seen from Iho fact that Cunado's pul
lie liurrnwings in London iu the year
IIIIII! wuro 6,437,800 pounds, in 11)08,
they were 80,854,781 pounds, iu IIIUI
they were .itJ,iii.i,lll)8 pounds and in
lllll tbey were .'111,1155,617 pounds.
Of lute years Hritisb (,'olumlda lias
enjoyed its lull share of attention ami
of favor upon.Hie purt of Hritisb li
naucicK, with the result lhat t very
large aim,unl of eupital has fuunil its
way tiiruugh their humls into investments in this province. The kindly
wurda which Lord Aberdeen uml I'm I
tlroy have so frequently spoken with
reference to Canada since their return
to I n,' lm.'I at the expiralion of their
rcspuctivo terms as (lovernor (leiiertil
have certainly exerted a tremendous in
fluent* in bringing about this very desirable condition nf alfairs, liulh as lu
Canada in general and n» tu this pro
vines in particular. The record of lhe
government of Hon. Richard Mcllride
al home, coupled wilh the splendid ser
vices which have been accorded by tin.
Premier during his several visits to the
old country, without doubt, have been
ut once the basis uf uud lhe most pn
tent i.i. im.- in the deliverance of lhe
credit uf this produce from Hie slougl
in whieh. it was floundering uml fur
placing thul credit upun the solid foot
ing which il at present hulils in llu
old land. Messrs. Mackenzie A Munii
have successfully curried our great
projects in this province ou the Brit
ish money market ami bavo accom
[dished a great deal in Ihe way of <li
reeling ullinliun this way ill Influential
financial circles. Tbo mission upon
which Mr. ll'Arcy Tale, counsel-goner
ul for the Ptcific ami Ureal Eastern
ilailway Company, departed for l.uu
,lun a few days ago will doubtless
prove successful nnd tbe construction
uf the railway lines uf ihul company
by means of loans flouted iu Loudon
will mi'iiii lhe investment uf large sums
uf Hrilish eupital for lhe immediate
uurpuscs of rnilwuy constri.elion ami
ultimately many times more in the dr
velopmenl of u portiou of the faliu
Iiiun nuliirul resources of tho country
which those lines will remler nccesss
ilde for the activities of capital.
The p"il played by in li-uiual effort
in bringing British capital lo Hrilish
Gpluroliiu mutt hnt, however, lie overlooked. Tkure ii t very Itrgt 'tmmfar
of mnn in this prqvlnce—»|)d tbo WW-
bor ia rapidly lucreatiug—wbo coming
direct from tbe old land have observed for tbtmielyet tnd bavo become ao
enthused with reference tn tbt enviablo
opportunities awaiting capital upon ull
sides of them tbtt tbey have spared uo
effort to Impress the advantages offer
ed,- upon - tilth—emit -of iitihienct-tt
borne, wltb tl|a result tbtt through
these individual ehanne)i there li coming steadily ami iu ever increasing
volume a vory large amount of British
money for local invustment, The leading tiuu min I iii un. of the province have
I Hiu- fully alive to the advantages to
be derived from an established connection with vouo or more pf the piany
circles uf finance which are found in
tbe old country, and tbo services of
any member of tbo staff who brings
with him Iho entry into sny such circle are valuud accordingly. - Journey-
ings to i so.'i.ui upon lhe part of representatives uf Inciil financial coucerits
are bocoming more and more fret|uent
and lhe rusults accruing indicate over
advancing success aa suou iu the
steady and ever increasing flow of
British capital diruel lo British Col
unl.I.' II is an assured faet that Hie
amount uf that capital ut present invested in this proviuee and in Canada
gratifying as it is, is but tho merest
fraction of that well nigh incalculable
fund, which tho future years will see
coming from the money centres of the
old land tn play its part iu Iho de
velopincut uf Hie imnioaaurable uul ur
ul resources of the Canadian west and
lu shure in Hie accretion of wealth
■ hi eh must follow judicious investment
in this new Ian,I, us inevitably as day-
dawn nits ii.ii. Iho rising sun.
B,C,, TUESDAY, APRIL 16,1912,
One quarter Cash handles a fine 50 foot
Lotcomerof Rufusand 19thStreet
Price $700
lAY CQ. LTD.
Phone 37, North Vancouver, 0. C.
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OITY OF NOBTH VANCOUVEB B. O.
Applications for Oity Engineer
Applicalions will be received by the
undersigned up Iill 111 o'clock noon un
Thursday, Ibo lllh day uf May, HIR',
fur lhe posiliau uf I'ily Engineer of
the I'ily ul Nurlli Vancouver.
Applicants In statu experience, ijtitl
ilicatiuus ami salary expected.
Oity Clerk.
THOMAH BHEPHEBD,
Cily Hall, Npflb Vancouver. "li
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90 Lonsdale Avenue      Next to P.O.
North lonwWe Loti >
The owner urgent!/ Aaiitt mt to nil ;
for liim (wo gooij corner Lots Ir Houtb    '
East quarter U-'h- HI, troth near the
North Lousdilo ichool.
Tht prieoi tre very moiJir»te tud'  ;
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Financial Broker
OJilJB BUHJK, EBPI/ANADE
Ulliee Phone Hi House Phoue 1107
Nil) .iui,l  limit  District
TAKE NOTICK tbat Murray Cliff, oi
Vaneouver, B. fi„ occupation, lumberman, Intends lu apply fur permission
lo illiniums ili. followinn described
landa:
Commencing ut a post uluntqd at the
nm 11, ... 'i cornur uf Timber l.linlt No.
13H6. iii.I... weat 60 cbalna, Ilience
nm in 10 eliulna, tbence uuBt GO clialna
muru ur leas tu allure line, Ilience southerly along shore line to point of
. .su on in. in. ni cuntntnlng '.'lu ucrea
iiiiiii' or less.
HIIKIIAY OWtt,
29th February,  1912.
JJBORQE VBRDIBB. Ag<J
Fire, Life and Accident
INSURANCE
SEE US FOR RATES
McMillan & red
i'hunc 484,
HI LONHIIAI.K AVKNI'K
P. S.--We want your listings
mo until i.iii.i Dlalrlct
TAKK NOTICE lliut .'Inn leu K. Uul
i-utl. uf Vuncuuver, B. (!., uccupatlon,
liiini'i nu.hi. inivii.I.i lo uiiply for pm
million lo inn .inn..- I tie following described lunds:
'' tm ii. Iiii. at a post i.l.une.I at tbs
soulh west corner ul llinbor limit Nu
11331, Ihence nurlli CO eliulna. Ihuhcu
west 10 cbuins. more or less lu shure
Ilne, thence auuth-ousteiiy ulung slime
lino  tu  pulnl   of   nn ii'' mi ni   anil
i.'oniulnliig Ht acres mote nr leas.
CHAIU.KN Iv HAltllETT.
.'-Us   !■', I.inni .    1912.
29-6 OEORQE VKItDIKII, Agent
COAST HANUE ONK I.ANII DISTRICT
TAKK NOTH'K Ihul Klllul Aloxuniloi
I In;'will of Vuiicuuver, B. C, necupu
Hun, broiler, im. n.i.. lu upply fur per
mission tu purchtie me Mtiuwmg <lc
.. ni. ,i i,iii,i    Commencing ut u posi
plnnli'il ubuut  20 ehulns suuth ol Hi.
i.i'iii, ...,■! corner uf l.oi 21. mui ui
(lie curlier suulli uf lhe uforcaubl cut
net. Ibence north Hll . lulni). moic "i
less lu curner of T.  I.   81261, Iheiic,
eust SO chains. Iheiicu soiilli 60 chali
Ihulice weat 10 ellulns tu pulnl of cum
in, i.., in, ni   , mil.ilini.,    100 ucrea lllule
or leas
KM.10T ALEXANDER IIASWKI.lt
OKOI10K   VERDIER./
Agfill
Uth Junuury. 1912
SAVWAH!)   I,AND   DISTRICT
TAKK NOTICK Ihul Filer Roy I'ruln
uf Vuncouver. B ('.. uccupatlon, lum
I,,iin,ui, Inlenila lu apply for pcrmls
slun tu pm. li..!..- llu- fuilowlng Ooseilli
ed 1.liul ■ Cummciiclng ul a pasl idem-
iil nl Die wuler's edge, ul the north
iccsl curner of preemption Iiii; tbence
north 80 ehulns: it,, i,.. west 10 chains
Ibince suulli 80 eliulna. inure or lens
lu water'i edge, tbence eual followlnn
shore llui- lu polnl of cuiiiiiieiict-meni.
tuiiiulnlnu  .'.i'l iieiei' mure ur less
I'KTKII ItOV CHAIN.
OKOROB VKHDIKH,
lllll   I.u,ii.n I    1912
Agent
Hi MH'M- OK i il II   MlSlMI
lllii.l I  VIIII.V.
lAml mining rlghii of lhe Dominion
In Manitoba. Hatkalchewan ami Alberto, the Yukon Territory, the North-well
Territorial and In a porllon uf the province nf Brlllih Columbia, muy he leaa
lo the abuve Estate arc requested in
settle Iheir account witb Ibe suid
Assignee forthwith, lbc creditors hav
ing given imperative instructions lu
colled all outstanding accounts forth
with. All payments aro to be pool
direct lo the Assignee whu will Issue
receipts for suhie.
W, J. WII*()N,
Assignee.
NORTH LONSDALE
WINDSOR BOAP-GiJ ft. lot one block frum lainsilalo Ave.,
I'tiee ll'in on tetmt olfim ctah , balance t, II and 18
montbi.
LONSDALE AVENUE
33-ft. lot ill cleared, carline going pasl properly. Prico »3,6i)0
un terms of I .'I cash, balaine li and 111 uionlhi.
Eur  further particulars of tbe above tod olber business mil
residential   prosjiertiea, let
C E. LAWSON & CO.
Phone 70
15 Lonsdale Ave. P.O.Box 1816
MUTlSH CAPITAL IH BRITISH
COLUMBIA
Tbt unbounded confidence in Ctatda
wblrli bai lakes possession of
the Wind of lhe Hrilish in
vttttr, Ji elettly asd forcibly is-
dicated by. tht immeaM toouut of Bri-
Uih mmey   that  il    )»»w   iavttttd
N. V. Tinning and
m--mmmnmaaaaa-mm--mmmmmm----mmnm
Sheet Metal Works
I
Fint Street, Ea*t of Lomdale
Lowett I'rice j and Best Work Guaranteed.
Furo»ce Work, Cornice, Skylight, Guttering and
Downspout. r
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
(il for a Icrin of Iwcnlyone yeurs ul   J.i0 lluslings Bt. West,
mi annual reniiil uf II on tore      Nol
more Mian 2.6S0 ncies will ho Icuseil In
lie applicant
Application for a lease musl be made
by the applicant lu person to He Aaeiii
or Sub-Agunt of Ihu dlslrlcl In wbb h
the rights applied for ore sliuuled.
In lurveyed territory Ihe lund musl
he deierlbed by lectluns, ur lenel suli-
dlvlsluns uf tectloni, uml In uniurvcy-
ed lenilory lbc Iracl uindlcd for slmll
be ilakcd oul by Ihe aui'llcuul hlm
self.
Each application musl he uccumpiin-
led by a f«o uf IS wbnn will he ie-
fuiuled If the rights applied lor ure mil
available, bill nol otherwise A royalty ihall be paid on lhe merchantable
output of the mine ut lhe rule of five
■•nil per Ion ,.
---"-■■ lliu mine shull
The i. ii.i.i. s.| s i.siiis,
furnllh Iho Agonl wllh swum relurns
accounting for lbc full qutatlly of
merchantable coal mined and pay llic
royally Ihereon If lhe eual in ulng
rlghtl arc not being uncoiled, such rc-
lurm ibould be furnished ut bust unco
"Iho leiae will Include the coal mining
rights only, bul Ihe leasee may bo permitted I) purchtie whatever available
surface ilghta may be elinsblercd nee-
. ...-ni'. for tho working of lhe mine u'
Ihe rate  if 110 an acre
For    full    inforniatlo nllcalloi
should be made lo llic seeielury of tin
Dopaflnieiit of the Interior, Ollewa, or
|0 any agent or Sub-AKcnl of llomlnloii
''""" W. W..C0HY.
Dcpuly MlnlaKi of Ilie Interior
N   a-llnautborl»ed   publlcalluii   of
advert liemttit   will  nol
be   i sii''
n-t
, NOTIOB
Is Uu MatUr of A. B. Fletcher
Tba Boyal Mink of Canada ha.ing
Iniiiib'il lhe Looks ind bills receivable
in tbo fbovi mtttor over  lu W. J.
Wilton,   Assignee, ll parlies indebted
n 11 l.ll MUK li
We,   llie'Newpuii   Water   (.'oropun-j
I in.in 11 a Company n.,.., i ,,, ,i,,
tile Companies Acl wllh houd ollice ul
M I'uiier-Cullon Huii.lh,,.. Vuncouver.
U c. give notice Ihul un ih. 2Stb duy
of April, 1912. wo Intend lu apply to
lhe water Cnntlnlssluner ul tils ufllco In
New Weslnilnsler, B C, for u lleoilie
In lake and use ,;mi cubk fool of wu
ler per second from tho Hiaumus 111-
ver In  New  Westmlnsler'Dlalrlcl.
The water la lo be taken frum Ibe
..us .in frum a pulnl ubuut lbc centre
of limber limit 31841. about 400 feel
ubove tlde-Wtter, and la to be used
for municipal purposes on luts 486 760
S33. ill and I30S, Group One. Nuw
'.'■-. nmi.' is i  District.
Dated ul Vuncuuver, B. i'. Ihis llllli
day  uf Miii.ii.   1912.  nt   Ibe   bour-uf
eleven u'cluck In the forenoon.
NEWPORT WATKlt CDMI'ANV
LIMITED.
COAST ItANdU ONE LAND DISTBICT
TAKK NOTICE that Qeorge v.i.li,
of yancouver, B C, occu
Oeorge Verdlei
..Iimlli.II.   Illlll/l
iply   fur   uorinrv,
cruller, Inlcnds lo upi.ly for norm .
sion lu I'.ii s is,is.. tho folluwlng descilh
ed i.uhIsi Cunimenclng ul a pust planted
40 chuins aoulh of Ine north oust cor-
cr uf T. 1. 3S2S1. tbence eusl 40 chalna.
ilicnco nurlh SO chuins. ibence wesl 10
chutns. Ilience south 40 chuins. Ihence
nasi 40 chains, thonce soulh 40 chulus.
lo point of coiuiiienieinenl. conlulnlng
ISO ucrus inure ur less.
(IKOHOK VKHDIKH
lllh Junuury. 1912
SAVWAKD   LAND   DISTBICT
TAKE NOTICE lhal Alice I'euico Ilus-
well, of Vuncouver, B C, niartied woman, nits is.i to .'ill. for pei mission
to iiurehaae lhe folluwlng described
binds: i'.lulni in Inn al n pout planted
ul llu- soulhlcast corner of T 1,. No
30H61. thence wesl SO elialns, Ibence
soulb SO cbuins. Dience east 40 chuins.
thence north 40 chains. Ibence eusl lu
chuins,  lo wuler's vdgr.  ilience nortli
I  I'D
mcneeineiil. containing ISO ucros mon
40 chuins ulong shore lo polnl of com
meneoim   '
ur loll
AMCK   1'KAHCK   IIABWKI.I,
UKOUOK VKHDIKH.
Agenl
llth  January,  1912
ll.e.iisl
U  \ Il.ll     MI'IIII.
Wo. the Newport Brick It Tile Compuny Limited, a company Incorporated
under  lhe Companies Aet,  with  head
ulliee    It    SOS    I ill lei   I'.il lull    Bulldlll|l.
Vuncouvor, B. C, give notice that on
Hiu,2HIi duy uf April, 1912. wu Intend
ily lo lhe Water Cununlsslunei
ollku lu New Weslnilnsler. B
c. tot a license lu lake und use 200
cubit feci of waler per lecund from
Mnn,nmi Crock, situate un I.ol (08
Oroup One, Now Weilmlniter Dlilrlcl
The waler la lo be taken from Die
stream al lhe heud of Ihe fulls on Lol
(01, aboul olio mile from tidewater, and
ll lo ho used on Lul (08. fur power
purpoiei.
A reicrvolr for the purpose of slor
Ing waler will be made on Ibe property
lying at thc back uf lhe head of the
cliff on Lul 101.
i mIi. at Vancuuver, B. C, this l(lh
day of Murph, 1912. at lhe hour of
eleven o'clock In Iho forenoon.
NEWPORT BRICK t TILE COMPANY LIMITED.
BAyWAltD LAND  DISTRICT
TAKK NOTICE lhat Hubert Duff
Klnmuml. uf Vaneouver. II C, Occupation, broker, Inlands lu upply fur permission lo i.ni, i,,, n the following
described lands: Commencing ar u post
planted al lhe aoulh-wesr corner ol
I.ol numbered 87. Ihence norlh 60
ehulns, tbence wesl 10 cnaini. Iheiice
soulb 60 chains lo wuters edge, ihcDce
eusl following water's edge lo point nf
 in. ii, i im nt    containing   2(0   acres.
mure or leas
ROBERT   DUFF  KINMOND,
OKOHOK VERDIER,
Agenl
101 li Junuury, 1912.
SAVWARD  LAND   DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICK Ibal Cora King, of
Vancouver, II ft, occupailon, iplnslei
Intends tu apply for permlsalon to pui ,
chase lhe following described lands
''"inni, in ini: at a poal plunted abuut 9.1
cbuins eusl nf Ibe pulnl of commencement of T. I, 2092(, and alongside u
aurveyur'a poll bearing number 2U>:
Ilience north 80 chains, tbence casl
40 chains, Ilicnco suuth 10 chains
Ihence well 10 chains, lo polnl of commencement, containing 220 acres mory
or less
VERDIER,
Agent
CORA KINO
OKOROE
llth January, 1912.
KEITH ROAD
We have only a few lots left in District Lot 764,
on the Keith Road.    The present price is $550,
one-fourth cash, bal. 6, 12. 18 months.
On Apr. 18th the price WILL GO UP to $600    .
MARTINSON & CO.
92 LONSDALE AVENUE   / m.**mm  vMm m     NORTH VANCOUVER,
i
. ♦ THE EXPRESS NQRTH VANCOUVER
fe
T
Residential Properties
CLEARED LOTS (50 ft. and 44 ft.) adjoining Grand
-Boulevard and fronting on car line $900 and $950
CLEARED LOTS (50 ft.) in Blocki 230 and
232A         ....... $750 and $900
FIFTY FOOT LOTS in Block 232, adjoining Boulevard
and FRONTING on portion of PROPOSED PARK
 $600. $700 and $900
Termi: Vi Caih, Balance 6, 12 and 16 monthi.
FIRST STREET-
Bkk 154-25 ft;
Block 156—25 ft.
SECOND STREET-'
Block 152-100 ft.
Block 155-50 ft.
THIRD STREET-
Block 132-50 ft.
For pricei and termi apply to
The North  Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company
Limited Liability
Norlh Vancouver Agenti for
LONDON AND BRITISH" NORTH AMERICA CO.
Limited i
543 PENDER STREET. VANCOUVER, B. C.
Phone Seymour 2666
North Vancouver Business & Professional Cards
Al nil VI ANTS.
Insurance
(Jtrtirunteo  liumlt
FELIX GRAHAM
Auditor aud  Aceouulant
. i
Hll Lousdale Avenue. P, O. Boi S3U<
North Vancouver. I'houo I'll.
Vetey   t)   Howard
ll    J    r.rrln
illy   Auditor.
HOWARD & PERRIN
Autllura   .at   Accou.l.lll
IZ6 i'ender Bt.  W,     V   O   Box III!
i'bone an i'llono '•'
Vancouver        Nurlli Vancouvsr
Underwood'* Barber Shop
IS FOW OPEN
at l LONBDALB AVBNUB
FERRY WHABF
1I.A1 llltUTIII.
R. H. TARN
I'ionitr Hortetboar - Cairitgt Worki
FIRST STBEET WEST k IflNSDALE
IIINTBAI IOHI
J. DUNCAN
OONTBAOTOB AND BUILDER
I'llius   I'lie. uied l     KltiUlIll     GIVOB
Ototrt ud Mill Botd
l.ynn Valley, B. 0.
1111.1.i.m.n>.
Tho  Ntw  Ulook  OB   Loonlall  Avonue
near th. Forry  Appiutcb
wm built by
SMITH BROTHERS
(ianeral (loslraotori
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
MORRIS & ANDERSON
FIRK   PLACES,   OU1MNKYS   AND
STONE BASEMENTS
I'raclicul Mcchanl's. All work guar
latotd.   1'. O. Boi llll.
A. Craib W. (.Tiih
A. CRAIB & SON
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDKHS
In Connote, Brick tot] Wood.
Office: 117 FIBST STBEET EAST
.
CIVIL KNIJINKKIU.
J. BRINI), R.S.S.
OBBtlFIBD   SHOEING   SMITH
Sucrtwor tn Wtllice * Scott, Third
S:ieel.    Ileiierul mpair work.
A. Wallaeo'i lorvicdi navt heen re
laioed.
IIOOKI  A1»U »TATIOtlK»V.
THE LEONARD-SALE CO.
Booketlleri tad SttUoaert
Cor. Umdiie etdm.      Aom 141
NOBTH VANCOUVER
 , '  !■       -   '•    '
NOBTH BHORE PRESS LIMITED
PubWtri ol fbe Bxprt*
. Fin. lob Ptlntlng ol 111 Kindt
UB Flnt Sttttt I., Nortli Vincouvtr
ANGUS J. CAMERON
A.M.IK. k S.
CIVII, ENyiNEB^
Irrigttios, flralntgo, levels, plans
and ipecificotious. Soptic lanki tnd
hnuse drtintge t ipcoi.lty. P. 0.
Hoi Ut, )t(h itreet wmI ol Btwiekt
Avenue.
MISS COLLIE
Up to dltt Millinery
Mudcrtae Bates
Kilti Block    M Lontdali Ati.
riiniiii.iiAriii ii
CARBUTT
Studio  ovir   Bask   B. N. A.
lonid.li and Einlanade
TAii.tim.
North Short Dittoing It Dyeing Worki
E. LAURIN
High i Is.i UdlM'lDd Units"rnilonnj:
Beptiring   tud   Allerttiuns.  (Jlitnlng
and Dyeing in ill its branches. All
Work gutriutccd.
ill Fint Strut West. I'hune 107
MRS. TOLMIE
DRESSMAKER AND LADIES'
TAILOR
JWJ   Ulb Street Eut  P. 0. Box 218 J
TKAIHMt  iMtllt I.
UHUI.'KB*
J. H. ENGHSH
O. K. (JROOBR
And g.uertl Commiuloo Men-haul, 11
Jiouidtle Ave., North Vtncouver.
Pkon. »24
IA INDIUM
MRS. BEECH FRASER
Tea. her or pirn uf uric tnd theory, cerli
lied l.iiudun ind Oltigow, Corner lltu
tod OhMterleld, Norlh Vaneunver.
SAM. T. SUTJON
Tttoktr tl Pltuofortt tnd Jbmty
Cm arrange lime /or two pupili.
Termi. ate.; tddrew Boi kit, Ei
proit (Mice.
CAPILANO LAUNDRY
11/ clothes trt tl tht I'apilano
Uundry where youn ought to bt.
Fltt work tat H ctntt dot. Bough
dry, 4c lb,, wtt witb, Ic lb. , Drop tu
t card ud wt wili ctll for Una. lUwctt print tad bett work gutrtn
t. 0. Mt 2288 |tttd on Unnitgtnd tbMt mttti work.
N.V. Tiwini i Sbeet MH.I Workt
Flnt Stmt gift of Lonidale
B- C, T
jmi \k3
m
5.
Runaway Team
On Lonsdale Ave.
Oolllilou tfttil Telephono Pola-prjvtr
Thrown Out of Big
An exciting tnd somewhat eitlnuiii
oui runaway mishap occurred mil.unu
dtiinivtmne ynrterdssy afternoon whnn
tbo linriieii tttac'ned to 11 rig belonging to the North Vancouvur Steam
i.:iiiinii-. Company suddenly topk fright
and I'.died. The toam caroereil down
tho avonue in tbo direction of the
wharf Imt ou reaching Fifth slreei collided with a telephone pole. Tho impact served to sober tbe horses which
wore captured ami quietened, tlnfortun-
ttely, however, the driver, u mun named Mm lun. was thrown out of. thu rig
and sustained a number uf external in
juries, none of which were happily
fuiiiid to be of a scriuus nature. He
was Inker) tu Dr. Vomer's where ho re
coived medical attentiun and was afterwards able to drive the delinquent
ateeds tu their stables. The accident
happened between three and four
u'cluck und was witnessed hy a considerable number ul' people, most uf
whom duublless imagined, un nuting
lhe direction of the runaways, that the
ferry gules were uguin tu be in requi-
siliuu.
City Fathers in Conclave
i (,'nun tm ed From Pago Ono.)
City Engineer West reported lliul il
wuuld eusl iii..sun tu run' a wharf uut n
dislunee uf .'IHU feet ut t'liestcrlleld
aveuue, Uuurd ul' Wurks tu proceed un
former plan bill feet tu cost $8,600.
The engineer reported that it would
cost 11,6611 lo buy lhe necessary lund
tu widen  ISIIi street eust uf Lunsdule
—Bptril pf Worki. Tbe tngineor re-
ported that the coit to tbt eity for
widening Fourfb itreet tp 100 feet
from Forbes to St. David's would be
140,000 distributed tl follows: For
lund |88,000, for removing buildings,
$8,000;
A pltn of subdivision of bluck 888,
and a plan of block 222k waa passed.
i'Inn of loti ]8 tnd 13, lllock 00, D.L.
MO waa referred bank fur amendment.
W. L. Barker tud others petitioned
for a sidewalk on 80th atreet west of
Lonsdalo which wont to tbo Board of
Works. A petition from 138 city
workmen for iucrease to standard
wages of three dollar* for eight hours
waa referred to tbo eity clork to re
port.
On motion Mr. Q. C. Walker will be
requested to attend un Tliursduy even
ing with hit plans for his wharf jusl
oast of the ferry linding. Fei-v directors will also be invited.
Expross flpoclal Edition
Mr. O. C. Soots of the Soots 1'ubli
cily Bureau, interviewed the mayur and
cuuucil with reference to a special
edition of the Kxpress to be called Ihe
"Empire Day Prosperity Edition.' Be
ferred tn the Onaiice committee.
Miscellaneous
Accounts were enlerod^paid os fol
lows: Fiuunce committee (2l)LTi.^,
heulth committee Viiil, Police $831.45,
■ -, I I-  ■:i"i.'s.i i". Board of Wurks H,
070.111), local Improvement $0.'bi..'i7, wa
ter wurks $9376.44, lire and light cum
millee $2851.18, parks commit
toe $117.05.
On recommendation of the 'finance
euniniillee the arbitrator's fee iu tl)c
cily hull 'siiliiinis.il will be puid and
the salary ul the buildiug Inspector
will be increased ti; $126 per monlli.
On recommendation uf the parks
committee the plan! uf the Wireless
Telegraph    compauy  will  be removed
The Kelvin Plumbing' and
Heating Co.
Keith Roud West
Will supply yuu with the iheupest estimates fur any kind uf dumb
ie;: and Healing Wurk, Similar; Kngincerilig, Sewer aud Septic Tank
I'uiiiieetiuus, furnace inslujlatiuns, etc. Jobbing wurk and small contracts receive prumpt mention,
(live us Ihu jub to Ox up yuur new home and we will guarantee lu
lix ull yuur pipes in a wty lliut will save yuur wintor wurries.
Nu jub tuu smull. Nunc luu lurge.
Our services are at yuur disjiui.nl night or day.
SIMPLY PHONE NO. 481.
We've severed uur connection with
"The Light Brigade"
fur
Tha "Wild  Charge" Ihey made
Poital Addrtu:
Box No. 1088
North Vancouver
Post Offlco.
Telopbone 829.
P. 0. Box 2181
NORTH SHORE COAL & FEED
.COMPANY
HAY, CHAIN, COAL igj FEED
All Telephone Coal Ordcrt Promptly Delivered
WHARFAGE TO BENT
Wbtrf: Mahon Ave., Eiplanade Woat. HARRY MITCHELL,
Offlco: Ntw Block, 3 doors from Lomdali, Eiplanade W. Mtntgor
Snaps in Homes
* rui.uieil  Uungtluw on 21st street   .nee,    nil   modem,   faciuj   soulh,
$1860.   Termi easy.
6 roomed  liuuse uu  Mth street. 2 blocki cost of Lonsdile. All modem
lircplui o ,eli   $231)0. $81)0 i nub, bllincc easy
4 roomed huuso ou 12th alreet casl   of   Doulovard,   now.   $1800,   $G0U
caih, balance $10 per munlh.
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
0 UlNSDALK AVF.NIJK
P. O. Drawer 2060
LttTI
North
Vine
>uvtr
•IM
AM
2.20
PM
•IM
I.U
'•Via]
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'1,19
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NORTH VANCUUVKK CITY KBRttlBH, J,IMITKI)
TIME TABLE TAK1NU EFFECT MARCH lit, 1018.
1 Leave   Vincouvtr
•6.20 A.M.      2.40 PM.
•6.40 8-00
•7.00 3.80
•7.20 8.40
7.40    - 4.00
•8.00 4.20
6.20 - 4.40
•6.40 6.00
9M 6.80
11.20 6.40
t.40 . 6.00
10.00 6.20
,   10.20 0.40
10.40 7.00
11.00 7.20
11.20 7.40
11.40 8.00     -
I2.0U 8.80
11.20 PM.       0.00
12.40 '.i.:w   .
•    1.00 10.00
1.20 10.M
lio UM
tM UM
iM HI', AM.
IM
J Itaotm "Not oa gun$*y."
notice. Oom.ptny not litl/i /or
tM
AM
Tint libit lubjtct to cliangi without
dtltyi, tccldmUl or otbirwlii.      /
mmmmmmmmmmmmmnm
from Vicluriu 1'ark. A cputpi|j map
uf M»bou Purk will ho drawu.
On rei'iiiniueiiiluliiiii of the water-
worka cuniiiiiiiee a cpmpresaed air plant
will bo purelinieil for drying jtlto Rico
lakp'tu)iiie|, A water sorvico will bo
laid to lot 18, block 21, D.L. lit.
Qu rpeommendatiop q( the Board of
Worki the ruck crusher will bo aet to
work on the lloulovtrd and ::;inl nireei.
. J}tt-rsP98ii!isH.|lillsn at Minm of
waterwurks committeo the now road to
the upper intake un Lynn Creek wllf
bu pl'ueee.led  with at uuee.
Aldermuii Foreman gnvo notice thtt
be will bring in u byluw to regulate
laundriea.
Aid. Irwin was appuinleii to represent the cuuucil ut the arbitration pro-
ccmliiigs re the claim of W. Mansuu lu
lhe mutter nf the deep nit ou First
street eust, foKtllcgcd damages lu ]$i
perty. Arbilrutur tilliii will lie ut the
city hall at 1.16 p.m. ou Wednesday
the 17th lii adjudicate in this ntattor.
eShihh'Guir
mncwoKKLTS
DRY DUCK PROPOSALS
Sealed Proposals* endorsed "Quebec
Dry   Duck"   will   be ♦received   al   the
i'ublie Worka Department up tu the
L'lul day ol' duly nexl at noon J'ur the
cuiistriietiiiii uf u dry duck iu the I'nrt
of QuollOC under the Dry Ducks Sub-
sidies Act us iiineiided by thc Statute
.if 11)111 The illmensluna uf Btid dry
dock tu be nut lest Ihun llfiO feel
usable length, 110 feel clear width it
entrance ami nl I eusl ,'17 feet in'depth
over sill uiul keel blocks ul ordinary
M(ill wuler Spring tide, tin I tu be iu
ihree compartments,
II is Intended lhal snid dry duck will
I s' lueuli'd either ut 1 n.i.iun ur i; 'the
i»lunry'uf llic Ilivcr Bt. I'harles ur un
'lie llcutipurt Ibils, mil the niiplictutl
will be required lu submit with thtir
proposal a roport signed by tlieir Ku
gineer ni Ungineers selling furth in
detail (I) Ihe respective udvunluges
frum the viewpoint nf the shipping in
IcreslH uf euch of Ihe ubnve mentioned
sites; i'l) plnns uud spociflcullcni with
full and delailed eslimutes uf eust.
The dry duck lu be comploloil within
fuur yeurs frmu Ilie date uf Iho exe
cut ion of the subsidy agreement. Nn
proposal will he considered unless tc
cumpanied us uu iiulicnllun ••< buna
(ides by mi accepled chcijue lur $60,000
puyuble In the order uf lhe Minister
uf'I'ublie Works.
The Department dues uut bind ilself
to aeeupl auy ul the prupuials received
and it alsu reserves Ine rigid lu re
ijuire I'ruin the applicunl cunipauy
whose propustil is accepted a caih
guarantee uf Twu Hundred und Fifty
'II s.ii-i    Dullurs   Ihul    the   subsidy
agreenieiil will be faithfully carried
uul.
Uy Order,
11. V„ DKSIIOt'llKHH,
Secretary,
Department  uf Public  Wurks,
Ottuwa,  A|.nl 2nd,  VM'i ■■
Newspapars will nut be puid fur Toil
adverlisemeut it Ihey insert il wilboul
uulhurit)  frmu Ihis Deparlmeul.
. J.— i
District of North Vancouver.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
BKALF.I) TKNDKItS areoinptnicd by
rerlifie.l cheijue ur eiish fur fi per cent.
of the mnuuiit uf lender Iwhlrb kuni
shall be held until the stlilftctory
euuipleliuu uf llic nurli according lu
plans and speclliiulions) will be re
reived by Mr. John fl. Farmer. Muni
cipal t'lerk, until .1 ii.ui. un Thursday,
I8lh April, IDV1, lur lbc fulluwing
ivork:
1. I'leurliig, grubbing uml grading
ruad lo ll mid 10. bluck I, N. K. ',« D.
I, 617.
1 Hearing, grading and trestle
wurk portiun Dempsey llul'l D. L. 208H
und  I)   I.. (1611.
:i I'uuitructingiwhtrf tl Wundlimls
Nnrlh Arm I:      Inlet.
4. 1,'leariug, grubbing uud grading
ruads in Lynn Valley.
.",. \lcarlug /Had tu Lut A, l» L.
7Rfi.      \
All lirTnTordnncp with plans tnd
..,.ei'iflcalions lu be had ol (his ufflee
after 0 a.m. un Wednesduy, lOlh April.
I'd:', upun ply men I uf $1.00 tor etch
set, which sum will be returned upun
"io receipt uf buna Ode tenders.
Tenders will  nut be couiiderei'l  r.
ipt  nude upun Ihe prescribed forms
id cuulaiiicd in i.tie ini cuvelupei.
The lowest ur any lender nut neces
■'iii.li accepted,
/. B. COSOROVK,
District Kngiuecr.
District Municipal Hill,
,f,'or. Lynn Valley ami Frunune llutdi,
Norlh Vincouver, B. •!.,
Vin M JU"
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Moulding and Finishing Lumber.   Second to none.
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7 LoU in a bunch, D. L. 676, on  Keith
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$2575 for the bunch; $825 caih, balance
on eaty termi.
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110 Eiplanade.
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Phone 227
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Will Change that Old Store Front
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Contractors, Builders, Storekeepers, and Employers
OF OFFIOE HELP, BTO., ETC.
need only lo ).l,,. 321 In havcall vacancies filltd. NO OHABOE
to EMPLOYEE or,EMPLOYEE therefore Ibere is abaolut«i> no no
ce»»il)' lo utilize employment Agencies in Vancouvar, aa a complete
lilt  of ill   classes  uf   v...,i .,   it lie),I at Ilie
CIVIC INFORMATION AND LABOR  BUREAU
Phone 321.     14 Lonidale Avenue.
W. B. HOOD, Becrittry.
MU Wr beg to thank the Electors of
^J   the District of North Vancouver for
returning us to the Council for the
balance of the year 1912
(Signed) £ H Bridgman;
Jack Loutet.
Percy Ward.
Peter Westover.
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Job Printing at the "Express"
Lynn Valley Items
Mf. B. F. Brooke mil I'liniil.v leave
tlila week fqr Wliomiock, |). <•'.
A refreshment booth it lining built on
the coruor of Westover anil Allen
roatl.
It is re£orted_ that,Jfe!(i!! {liaaSSIl1!
yltitprs t ravelled to tbo Vulley on
Sumlay.
A real estate oflice is now open on
lllmrcli ami Lynn Valley rouila undor
tint nuiiiii of tlie Lynn Valley Broker-
age.
B. C, TUEgPAY, APRIL 16,1912.
Bpociol engagement of the Orpheus
Male llliqir on Tuesday, April llnl in
iii.l tt lluililini; Fund of Metlioilist
church.
A Une buy horse hus been milled lo
lhe pulici: stnlf. This will bo a cou
venienc'c lo the Chill with his largo
territory.
The construction of a business block
nu llentre   ami   Lynn Valley roads
ciiinineiiced lust week by N. Y. Hfnss
for .1. M. Promme. ■
Mr. W. Ilerniyn lins purcbtied uu
other team of heavy bays lo keep pace
with Hie work he has on bund—he
UOW claims lo have the two best tenuis
uf horses in l.ynn Valley.       -    ,
A very enjoyable evening was spent
uu Tbursilty at Mr. ami Mrs. I'omoroy 't
who gave u party to a iiiuubcr of young
people. Mr. ninl Mrs. l'oiueroy will
louvo'shorlly to rosiilo on Iheir ranch
ul Haiicy.
Arrangement* have been mmlc with
the North Vancouver cily bun.I for n
concert in Hie institute Hall on Weil
lies.lay. May 16th. Bvoryhoily interest
ed should keep this ilutc iu memory ili :i
spcciul concert is being arrange.I for
lliut ovening.
Mr. W. McNeill of a survey parly
working fur Humphries A (Inlliu. near
Seymour creek met wilh u puiiit'ul ac-
ciilcut last week by au axe which he
was using, tlie axe slipped and cut .1
gush in his foot. He was taken In Hr.
rhotnpsou'a ollice where the wound wit
I retted.
Major K. Adams hus been appointed
police i-ousluble for Lynn Valley. The
major is one of the pioneers of tin
istrict. He cumu lo I'unadu from
South Africa afler Ihe war. Mr
Adunis served twenty one yeurs iu the
.Secoud Life Uuurds und bus several
incduls.
The regular monthly mooting of the
llalcpnyers' Association wus held in
Hie Institute Hall on Wednesday lusl,
bul lhe bcuring of lbe miuutes, reports
uf committees und one or two onim
portunt discussions completed the bu
sines* and the meeting adjourned al
un early hour. The vice president, II.
W. Nelson, wus iu the chair.
Tin' subscription bull advertised for
tomorrow night in Ihe Institute Hall
promises to prove eminently successful.
Much bard work has been pul iu by
the committee ami lbe preliminary ar
rangcincnts ure now complete. He
fresbmenls will be served uud lbe mu
sic will be lirst class. The lloor will
be found in excellent shape and in
order lo keep it so, it is requested
that every dancer bring slippers. This
has been found necessary as a good
lloor has been laid and is alwayi kept
covered mill canvas and while al the
opening of lbe ball some took lhe floor
with the shoes Ibey walked to the ball
iu, causing gril and dirt lo spoil the
surface, it is thought that by the pre
caution in asking for slippers to be
worn lo avoid this. The term subscription lull was used so as not lo
imply to the genonl publit lhat it wat
got up by thu institute ur for any spe
rial object ,tln' idea is purely to have
a real good time and let the sale of
tickott pty expenses. Everything is
in good shape, decorations and all, and
a big crowd is assured. Hpcciul cars
will be on hand iu lbe early buura.
land fill) tp Borwiek is atill miles; the
le nu Hi of Vancouver Inland from Victoria to Cupo Scott nr from William
Head to Capo Comihorcil is 260 piiles.
Tho lullor figure has boon arrived tt
by measurement on tho admiralty
chart tnd is therefore ouly a close ap
proxiiniition owing to thu faet that the
islands Ii.m diagonally across tho par
alio! of latitude ami an oxtet measure
mout wuuld require some calculation.
The greatest breadth at Englaud in
from Nortli Foreland to I.autJV Bud
and is a:.'ii miles; tho greatest breadth
of Vancouver Island is tram Bstovali
1'niiii to Chatham I'oint and is UO
miles.
Wale, is not included in tho area of
Knglaini. Tbut principality has au un:'
nl 1,111 square miles, that ia, it Is
nearly bulf ns largo as Vaueouver Is-
lund.  -
Ireland has an area of ll'l,6l)'l square
miles; that .is, it it rather more limn
twice ns large as Vancouver Island.
Ireluud is atill miles lung, and 1711 miles
broad It ils widest part.
Olaoltr Creoli, Wutt Brmdi.
llm iii'sih,ir   I.,11..-. '
lliisliiiii talie,
'tot Springe Creek,
'unison Jialie,.—
— Lako, Id
Utile
The Size of Yancouver
Island
The area of Vancouver Island it a
common topic for discussion among
those who have a leaning toward comparative statistics as applied lo tcrri
lurial ureas. A favorite method of ar
riving at an approximate idea of the
siiic of ihe island is to compare it with
Kugland tnd in this respect the title-
in.-ni has frequently lieen msde and ap
pears lo bavo obtained widespread uc
ii'ptance that Vancouver Island is notr-
1y us largo as the "Bight l.illlc, Tight
1,11 He Island." This, however, is one
of those fond deceptions lo which the
public tt timet it prone, which must
be allowed to go by lbc botrd in Ihe
flee pi the undeiiitblc fu. li Thc
following , comparisons ud figures
taken ttom Ibe Victoria Colonist, will
give tn accurate conception of llic reul
trot of tbe island:
The tret of Eogltnd nol Qrett Bri
tain is 60,871? square miles; Iho tret
of Vancouver Island Is estimated tt
HMO.
Tht length  pf Kngltnd tJomVott-
SMiM Cm
OUICKIY (TOPI COUQHI,  CUMI  COLDS
HItLt THI THROAT AND LUNQB. ua CINTI
IIUIMRTIIKNT   Or   LANDS
Wattr Itlgbla 11,1,0.1.
In lite mailer of Hie Hoard uf Invot-
Hifalloii created liy Pari III. of llu
waur Act   for ihe determination or
water rights exlsllng on the 1.1I1 dav
of March, lues and In Iho mutter of llu
follow nu creeki In llu- New Westminster Water lilsiilcl:
Blir Creek.
Uui'll.lby   l.ul..
Bunialiy Creek
Bill lain Creek
Buckllii 1'ieeK
Boulder Creek
Canyon Creek
Cedar Creek
Cyprets Creek.
Coon Creek
Copper Creek.
Clowhuln  Lake
Clowham Ilivcr,
Cales Creek.
Deserted River.
Iiodd Lake
I leer Luke.
Iieer Creek
IoiiikIus Creek
Kills Lake
Klulia  Hlver       1
Korlies Creek
Kile Luke
Hro Creek '
falsi   i'i., li
Klelds Spring
Frieda Luke
tali)   falls
flout   Lake
Cordon  l\ishu Lakes
Olaelcr Lake.
(Uuder Creek
1
al'l'lson
Hitch Tails Creek.
Inland Uke.
-John Oowun Creek.
^Irk I'like.
evls Creek.
illlooet Luke.
LoukIiuii Creek.
McNub Crock.'.
Mill Creek,
Mellon Creek.
Oyelette   Creek.
r/iwcrr uue. :...■.■ •.—1—
Powell River.
RplUeh Crook.
Pitt Hlver.
P tt Rivor, Upper.
Pine Creek.
Priest Lake.
PiloBt Creek.       ',
Ulilllotto Creek.
Ruby Creek.
Rulny Creek.
Robert Creek.
Sluter Creek
Stoney Creek.
Btutloo Luke.
Spring Creek.
Bulmoii 'i'.i
Bpui 1.1.1.   Luke.
Suiiulaw Luke. >
iiln.in.-. 1  Creek.
Slump Lake.
Btiuuwku River.
Seven-Mile Creek.
Tsouulidlo River.
Tsoome River.
Twenty-flvo-mllc Greek.
Twenly.-lllree-iullo Creek.
Vuncouver Creek.
Wests Creek.
Small stream flowing Into Howe
Sound through I.ol 1618, Group
I. {lloweii lslunill,
Small slream on Bowen Island
I'inplyliig  Into  Howe Bound.
Imnunicd slreuin running through
Lot   1917.   Bowen   1.1..ii.I   .
Unnamed slream. being pullet of
Trout Luke, Bowen Islund
li'iui.imi'il stream running Ihi'iiigh
Lot 87 Into Burnaby Lake.
Stream running Into Burnaby Lake
on Lot 79.
1 nil..11,1.1 stream luiinlng lain llui;-
naliy Luke, through Dlslrlcl Lola Ili
and 87.
liiinumed slreuin lluwlng In all ens-
lerly direction lliruugli Tlnilic.- Lease
No. 111209.
Streum lluwlng Ihruugli Lols 313 aim
IUI, Croup I.
Creek llowlng out of il luke on pciilu-
sulu on easl : Ide of llolliaui Bound.
Creek draining eastern slope of Mi
1 i, 1 1: is . and' emptying Inlo Howe
Sound.
I.ul.e on lop of peninsula cast aide
uf Holllalll Sound'
Creek   running    lliruugli    I.ol   Mill,
I lis,ll|        1.
Cnnumed BtiTiim crossing I'olnt Ore''
lie..I and running lliruugli Imi II.
Block 21. Subdivision .A or lilsiilcl Lot
182. Croup 1
Unnamed ttreaii THOTlllg JntP the
nol'th-eatt there iff Beawell Bay, "
Unnamed ttreani running Into   |ho
iilli-e.isl  ahore of Bedwell Bny.
Iliiniiiiied alream running Into    t
south shore of Bedwell aay.
Ilnntmed Itream under Bridge   No.
7. North Arm Road, on Lot 1B|, Bjii-
huliy (•     \
tJp'numod atretm under Bridge No.l
8, North Arm Road, on Lot 161, B|ir-j
uaby, )
pnnumed stream at No. i Bridge,
North Arm Bond. , I
ciiiiaini-d atream running through
Lot Hit, 1 li ..up I.
Unnamed Slream running In a northerly din .'Hon   llu 0null  lilstrlct    I.OI
SID, Group 1.
• Unnamed streum running down
inoiintuln tiiruugh "Vancouver,1 "Victoria,"' and "Durnley" Mineral Cluiiiis.
Ilnnuined   stream   llowlng   through.,
western  portion  ol Block   188.
Uniiuined slreuin situated on Lol
311, Group 1.
Illinium 11 stream running Ihrougn
Lot 878 and emptying Into Burrurd
Inlet.
Unnunied slrenm llowliii, through
Lot is, tuhdlvlslon Lots II and 78.
Unnamed slreuin which crosses the
utisterly line of Dlalrlct Lot 86. Group
1 nn.nu.'il .mm.1111 llowlng Ihruugli
Diatrict Lot 86.
Unnunied streum on tlie west shore
of mainland emptying Inlo Howe Sound
Cnnumed dllcli constructed liy B. C.
1,1,1, nun. 1.1 .running iiirougli Humphrey struct, In District Lot 301.
1  's.i.j   iii...m   rising  neur wesl-
ern Uoundury of l.ul G86.
Springs on nurlli end uf Lot 109.
ilroup 1, neur Bkidway Hoad
Unnamed spring, curner of Fourth
Avenue utid Sixth slreei. Buriiuli,.
Unnamed spring slltiutc on Block 21),
subdivision   Dlslrlcl  I.ol  28.
Cnnumed atream wlilclt pas.iis
llirough  I.ol  31.   lllock   167. tlrntip   I
Unnamed streum llowlng on lol
Stream   passing   tlirojgli   Lul    193
ilroup 1.
Slream   running   through   Lot   111.
Group 1.
Lake  un   lop  ol
llolhatii Bound and
Cnnumed  slreuin
l.ul .11. Hi..up I
A 1 nn1,11.,. stream In Blook 6. l.ul 313
A atream running  lliruugli Luis 313
and  328,  Group  1
Smull unnunied slream miming In a
. .iiilsi .is'i.: 1    direction Ituotigli casti-i-
1 ut.1 sol.1  between
cms Inlel.
running   Iiirougli
ly portion or I...1 318
Small
il stream lluwlng tiiruugh subdivision of Lul IMA.
i'.i lain atream running Iiirougli west
118 feel of Lol  186. Ilroup I
Three springs on west purl of Lol
51. Group 2
Unnamed slruiim rising in Lot 167
liroup I. and flowing 011 In l.ul IS.I
I'niiuiiicd slrenm. runiiliig'thrnugh u
porllon of Luis IC,. 158 und 183
Unnamed Lake lying about .100 yards
Hum 1101 Itieasl corner Dlslrlcl Lnl
1513. Uruup 1
Unnamed creek ruuning Inin f 1 im r
river, lliruugli subdivision No 7. Lnl
16
Small intn.11111'! lake or spring about
I three miles in u iiorlh.euaterly dire
I Hun from Secbelt Indian Village
Joining uu nurlliwest side uf Lut 693
i'ji,,.mn ii Mi..!]; lluwlng north
Iiirougli Lot 111.
Unnunied stream llowlng norlli
through Lol 212.
Unnunied slream llowlng Infu Bui-
rani Inlet llirough Districl Luis 213
and 211.
I'lin.iin. .1 slreuin running Ihi'uuuh
Lot   1316.
I'liiniiii.-il slrenm lluwlng Inlu llurrurd Inlet near nurlli-uusi corner nf
Dlslrlcl  Lol  213.
1 1,n.nn. 1: creek flowing ill 11 soulllcl •
ly dlrecllon lluuugh I.ol 51. Oroup 3
Unnamed alream llowlng lliruugli
Lot 907.
Unnunied stream crossing C P It
truck eusl of Burnet ut Culvert No.
118.35.
Unnunied slreuin llowlng north-cttt-
erly In westerly purt of Loi 212. ilroup
1
Smull stream running through Dlslrlcl Lul  268, Ilroup 1.
Unnamed slream running thruuifli
Section 23, Township I,
unu all unnamed springs, 'treaios.
creeks, ponds, gulches und lukes tributary lo or In the vicinity of Ihe aboVe-
Pained streams.
Tuke nolice that euch and every person, partnership, company or municipality who un the suld l.'ili day of
Mill th. 1909. hud water lights OII un,-
of lhe above-mentioned creeks, Is dl
reeled to forward On or before Ilie
27tbduvorAprll,19l2. lo lhe Comptroller of water lllghls at the Parliament
Buildings ul Victoria, a muuiortnduie
of claim In writing us required l>>
section 28 of the suld Act aa amended
Printed forms for such memorandum
1 form No. 191 con be obtained from
any of the Water Recorders In the
Province;
The auld Buurd of Investigation will
1 lien proceed lo tabulate such claims
Alter the claims have lieen labultled
In lhe Bourd notice will be given of
Uie places and days on which evidence
mid argument will be heard ut local
I'Olntt ',,,,,        ,
Dated ut Victoria Ihis 6lh duy or
Murch. 1813. .,      ,    , ,
By order of the Board of Investleii
""" J   F.  ARMSTRONG.
Acting-Comptroller of Witer Rights
w
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LonsdaleTheatre
COR. 16th and LONSDALE AVENUE
Phone 335 Owners—Palmer, Burmeiter & von Graevenitz, Ltd.
ALL THE WEEK
Commencing April 15th
The Golden - LePaige Co.
IN
The Well Known English Farce
"JANE"
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One Performance Nightly.   ' Poor* open 8 o'clock, Commence 8:30
Matmee Saturday, 2:30.       Boa Office open 10 to 11 nm. and 6 to, 7 p.m.
PRICES-15c. and 25c.
£.A.C0li,Hmg«
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Birks* Watches
Are an Everlasting Source of Satisfaction far Thoie Who Buy Them
Embodied In tbeso Watches it the value of centuries of
experience and development .and we oiler tbem to tbo public
Wltb tbat conicleutioiisiicsa and faith which springs from our
thorough knowledge of watches and makers.
Tba world knows tbt merited faino of tbt Swiii watch-
makors; therefore, to tay tbtt our Swiss Wttcbei ire from tbt
hands of tbe best makers ln that country it to say thoy trt
poerlen lu construction, reliable it timckoopori tnd bave
within tbeir delicate mechaniem more than tbe lougeit lifetime
ui naeful durability.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
JEWELEB8,  8II.VEBSMITIIS, WAT0HUAEBB8,
George E. Trorey, Managing Director
Hastings and Granville Streets   -   -   Vancouver, B\C.
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Officers of Local Field
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III addition tO (tip nppoinliueitt qf
Mujui' Jamea r .Cell, the follovyli|g
olBcprt' bavo been >gazettod fpr pro-
P)P(ip)) in tbo Canadian militia order
papers: Lieutenant J. I'l. Wurd lo 1)0
im" ii.inn.'il captain of the Otl> Piold
Opmptny Nortb Yupcpuyor, pn pr-
guiii/ution. Transferred 'rom mh
regiment Duke of Connaugbt's Own
Mm,- .-Usotmbi -Mu & .Mate
tp be liiiiili'iinnl ou organization. Trims
fprred from 2nd Field Compauy Canadian EngiuparC^ToNy Ward, gon
ili'inaii, (o lie proviiional liputpnant on
orgajiiialiuii. r\
'OBTBAIT   OF   EX MAYOB   A-   B.
KEALY
Make Your Morning Toast at Your
Breakfast Table!
EL TOSTO may be connected wilh
any ordinary lighting socket
Turn on the current and in an instant
the coils are glowing
In a few minutes thc two slices of bread
arc turned to a rich, golden brown color
Toast made on EL TOSTO is especially appetizing, thc more so as it may
be served direct from the toaster to
your plate.
S^e7^>Price; H°°
Call at our office, 50 Lonsdale Avenue, and see this appliance
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.. LTD.       Phone 66
Palace Hotel
Second Street, North Vancouver, B. C.
FINEST ROOF GARDEN ON PACIFIC COAST
RatKS:—$2.00 per day up.   Special
rales to families and lo regular boarders.
REDA & ANDRUSS
Proprietors
North Shore Locators
WE HAVE EXCLUSIVELY
Block 12a   P. L, 550
Cleared Lots fronting on the carline
and Grand Boulevard, $900 up.
One-quarter cash, 6, 12, 18 mths.
Within tho pait few tlays tho walls
of the eity council chamber havo been
atloriioil by the hanging of a really
Due lifelike portrait in oils of (forth
Vancouver's Arsl mayor, Mr. A. t!.
Kealy, suitably surmountijfl by a gilt
iiniue of ornate design. Mr. Kealy
richly ileserves this haudsomo tribute
for he .lnl much for the cily in thc
early stages of its career, ami much
of its present prosperity is directly
traceable to his initiative uml acumen. The portrait owes ils being to
the generous ilonatious uf Ihe present
City Council together with a lew other
gentlemen who were officially connected
wilh Mr. Kealy iluring his occupancy
of the civic cbalr.
After the usual opening, Mr. Mar
shall spoke ou the lopie "Tho Kind of
Life I Wish 1 Hail I.i veil." Owing
to the meeting of the church managers
the mooting cloiod before the regular
hour.
All yaung people ore heartily wel
Tueaday*at N p.m. in elaolnnupupjj
como to ntteinl lhe meeting every
Tuesday at H o'clock in SI. Andrew's
church.
OEANTS  OF  WATEB  POWERS
Tly waler powers of t'auailn are
among the most valuable possessions
the country has. To safeguunl llic
rights of the public, the Comralition
of Conservation has ailopteil the fol
lowing principles to guide it in formu
laim;: lhe opinions it gives on quel
lions relating to the disposal of wuler
powen:
No nn, on hi i.si,nl titles shall be given to waler powers, hut every grant
or lease of powers shall be subject to
the followiug conditions:
(a) Development within a spe
eilicil time.
(h)   I'ublie control of rates.
(c) A rental charge subject to re
vision from time to time.
North Vancouver City
Ferries Ltd.--
Traffic  Bocoipts  for  tho  Month  of
March, 1918
Single pr return\tichcts ..'..$ 3400.00
Is'iiininiitutioil—
0 for 25c   .'11)87.511
110 for tl    8311.01)
70 for 42 ',. Hl-libtlii
Monthly passes    156.00
Yeliiclu tiiicta  '1205.00
Preig|it collected    250.311
Freight prepaid    17.25
Clash fares, rents, advertising
receipt!   383.R5
Total   ♦(8808.00
March llllll-«(llir>.|il.
March mi I   j mi m i..
HE
7.
Pure fresh milk, croaip putter, imt ter
mill,, also ice and ico creuni supplied iu
IU. mtntWm tt. jtykUtflssUtf-Uiii
1'i.rity Creamery Company, ]5Q Fourth
streot west. Opt methods of bundling
and procosBos of manufacture are thc
latcBt 'and bpst known tp modorn
t.f.
aud
Will trado 7-roomod modern houio,
stone Inisenient furnace, garden snd
lawn, ono block fronrfioiilpvard and
Koltb road facing muit ii, with splendid
view, for two good loti, must bp close
to car, facing soulb with good view.
Hon 2280, North Vancouvor.
ShMsGure
HKM-STIIEI-UNM
ttmmm'iitiii'sssi
WE HAVE
MOVED
to larger premises on Kiplunuda, so
Don't Forget
_____
of Montreal
Established 1817
Capital (paid up)
Reserve     -   -   .
$15,413,000
$15,000,000'
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Savings Bank Department
INTEREST PAID AT CURRENT RATES
North Vancouver Branch:
Mt. Crown Bldg., 1st Street
F. A. MACRAE,
Manager
M
lilt WANT ADS. BRING RESULTS
PERCY KING
begs to announce that he will
OPEN A BRANCH OFFICE
At Terminus of Capilano Car line
immediately.   Let us have your listings of Capilano property.
PERCY  KING
Notary Public, Real Mutate, Insurance and Conveyancing.
16 LONSDALE AVENUE
AND TERMINUS OF CAPIUNO CAR UNE ,
mmm
NORTH VANCOUVER
DEFENDANTS LOSE
Mr, Justice Mur|ihj' recently pro
niiuiiii'.l judgment in the ease of
Miller vi. Slicard, This was a cose
inning out of a real estate transaction
in which two defendants and two plain
tills were directly interested, they be
ng respectively Wm. Nicholson and
Win. Miller occupying the latter post
ion, with Mrs. Mnr^ .lone Sbeanl and
icr daughter Mildred Howard the Inr
mdT. The case hinged on the illcg
fact, which the judge upheld, lliul
Mrs. yheard aome lime in 1UIW agreed
lo sell lo Mr. Miller four acres of land
siluated in North Vuncouver, who iu
lum later rosold it, at a thousand del
lar advance, to Mr. Nicholson. Mrs.
."-In um denied huviug eulere d inlo any
such agreement, while her daughter who
claimed an interesl in the property
pleaded thai her mother bail no right
to sell it, as she bud nol boon a consent
ing party.
BIO BANK MEROER
Montreal, April 11, WIS.—Rumon of
bank mergers which came into vogue
a few months ago and agitated the
speculative mind so much, have come
into being again.
The fashion being revived, it ii nol
unnatural thai a fairly large section of
the " street'"sbould fli upon tbe Bunk
o/ Montreal and thc Royal Hank as it
frame upon whicii lo work theories.
Tho acflvity of tbe ibares recently
gives /urthcr reason for lbc report.
Jt it again periiitontly itated that
circumstances havo tronded in a direr
tion which makes it advisablo /or the
Until, of Montreal to add to iti power,
and Ibat tbo but and most feasible
way to ensure tbe supremacy of t"ni«
institution's world-wide reputation ii
for It to unite with a growing and in-
lljii'iiiinl corporation like tho Royal
Rank.
It wai stated by a cloie observer
tbii morning tbat negotiation! between these two banki were slackened
purposely recent ly while tbo gosup of
[bs in,ergcr wai at iti hottest, but that
tiny have boon qulotly resumed again
apd aro likely to prove productive Tbe
fltfij autbarlly laid ho wai able to
furnish np ptoot, but wou)d leave time
to corroborate bli rtmuti.
that when you do papering tbis
year that we are still here with u
fur belter line at much bettor prices.
W.H.Stoney&Co.
Ill Esplanade West. i'lione llll
most lo Patterson, tloldio \ t'lark)
N. V. WOODYARD
10,000 corda of dry fir wood for t|iilck
sale. Frlco per odd toubi, si.',;.. Spe
clal quotations for Urgor quantities.
Cut Wood, ltl Inches, $3.26. 12 inches
HM. C. 0. [).
Office and Yard— 14lli and I .onsdolc
Phone 190.     P. 0.110x2431
FOR SALE
Thai well known and flourishing Rooming I louse
and Restaurant business known as lhe RUSSELL
HOUSE, wilh accommodation for 20 roomers; 3 or
5 years' lease givpn. Rcnl $75 per monlli for fust
year.
PRICE $1000
JOHN ALEXANDER & CO.
121 LONSDALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVER
And Comer Marine Drive and Man Rd., Duadarave
ATENTS
V.'e foHdt tlie bimlncwi of Mnmirnciiiren
Hngl ich ll. li.I Mllcr i wli ■■ li    !  - ■ I   .      !   I   ,| i|
Ity of luring fhclr falml lm In-* Ifaimrteil
by Kx per I*. Preliminary advlir)- c. c;.(•-,■■ •
mwfcralt. Our Inventor'* Advh i ■  ■ ■      m-
IJilfil. UlirlonCkllAfnB, ICtt'll-aS■W\< li I,lit
B!<'9 Mnutimhtnd yriflliloulrm in:   I, w /
John Aspell & Co.
HOUSE, ESTATE-& INSURANCE AGENTS
BUILDING SURVEYORS AND VALUERS
Rents collected and repairs, renovations and connecting
of drains superintended.
Listings solicited for houses, stores, flats, offices or olher
properly for sa|e or to let.
INSURANCE AND RENTING OF 1IOUSES A
SPECIALTY
Bank of Hamilton Chambers,        North Vancouver
P.O.Box 2153.
Phone 438.
iM Get Your W
Wortlb
ecial
sh
Reductions
This Month
And 'you certainly do wben you buy furniture bore. Quality mid variety aro lbe strong features of tbis store. Nowbcro else will you bud
as extensive a stowing of really good furuituro and carpets ot sucb mnn
Inul prices as we cborgc. ICucb article is roprcsentatlvo of lbc bcst.of ils
kimi aud our wonderful assortment insures our suiting .every tnstu, ami
every purso.,.
You can save money in
making your purchases now
Extension Tables, $8.50,
$9.50, $12, $15 up.
Dining Sets ol 5 imail and
I arm Irom $14.00 per
set up.
Bedstead, Spring and Mattress, complete for $8.50 up
Dresser, at cut pricei, $8.50, $9.50, $12.00, $15.00
and up to $75.00.
	
Iq our Crockery Dept. we ore just opening tig a Inrje shipment of Flower Pols
ud Crocks.       j    I All Sixes
THE HOME FURNISHERS
128 Lonsdale Ave.
North Vancouver
m
,
1 8.
THE EXPRESS NQRTH VANCOUVER % t% TUESDAY, Affile 14 1811,
GARDEN HOSE
BBBBBRBH i iln'i i i.' immmmmtmmtS9
The Dunlop Tire U Rubber Goods Co, tectired the
ordey for the North Vancouver Fire Hose because
it is •
—BEST BY TEST
We are their North Shore agents and have a full
stock in three grades, 10, 12 and 18 cents per fool.
Every length is guaranteed.
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
HARDWARE
Phone 88
107 Esplanade West
Some Excellent Corners for Homesites
100x182—Prlcet right; termi easy.
SNAP for 0NE WEEK 0NLY-33 ft- Lo*.M°o
MMMMMt Terms liasy.
A ftw good lott in D.L. 617, 8.B. ',   one block from school.
60 FBET ou Second street close to Lonsdale. Beat of tonus.
L. L. WOODARD
ti Lousdale Avenue
Boom 19
F. 0. Box 1706
North Vtncouver
Fhoue 157
North Yancouver Coal & Supply Co. Ltd.
Dealers in Coal, Brick, Lime, Gravel, Sand, Cement, Plaster,
Lath, Sewer Pipef and General Builders' Supplies.
Wharf: Foot of St. George's Ave.   Phone 178.
Office: 56 Lonsdale Avenue.   Phone 198.
Western Plumbing Co.
Plumbing,  Plumbing  Buppllta,   Hewer
Connection!,  Hot  Water  tnd  BUtm
Hotting,   Sheet   Metal   tnd Tlnnen'
Furnace Work.   Ettimates furniihed.
Wtrthoutt tnd Offlce: Oor. Btpltoadt tud Bt, Oeorge, Phoue 386.
J. H. QODDABD, Manager
We have a Large and Exclusive List
D.L. 265 ahd D.L. 273
PROPERTIES
ALEX. SMITH & COY.
I'lione 24. P.O. Box 1820
NORTH VANCOUVER
Two Choice Buys
26 FOOT OOBNEB ON SECOND  STBEET  one  block  from
Loutdtlt Avt, |10,600.   Ttnnt Buy.
About BO fett ou Louttla'a  Avtnut 13,000  ou termi of  V,
i't|b, biltuct i, 12 uid 18.
ft OUABANTBB BVBBY LOT WB SBLL.
HOOD & SOUTAR •
Boom 20. 14 Loutdtlt Avtnut. Nortli Vaueouvor.
(above Pott Ollice)
Pott Offlce Box No. 23»7. Telephone No. 452.
NORTH LONSDALE
  i                BSE
Tht prict of loU iu Block 2,   D. L. 784, It no* $376.    Ttnnt   %
cub, 8, 12 tnd 18 monthi. Thete Lott trt 40x118, .perfectly level tnd
only two block weit from Lomdale Avonue. Don't deity iu buying,
tht chetpttt towptlta ln Nortli Lonadale today.
Agtnii (or London Atturtuct Oo., tnd British Empire Horte Inturtnct,
CARDINALL & MacGREGOR
102 ESPLANADE  (OLD POST'OFFIOB)
Phont 283 P. o, Boi »tf
Dtt lot London Awurance Co,
We have • good telection ol Houtet for Sale or Rent
Local Newrltemi
t '  ^
Mrt. A.M, W|ckent, llth streot,will
nnt roeeive on Friilay or again thi«
SOIISOII.
Mr. ana Mn. !■ W. Oibson roturneil
honiii t few tltyt ugo after a pleasant
Biijutirn jn l'Mlomit during the win
ter months,,
Mr. k- H- Antlore lit) junt reeiivereil
from it wri'l.'ii severe indisposition tnd
i'rii|i|ir:n'i'il at the office of Older Mur.
rty Uo. for the firet time thin morning
Mif.i Mtrgaret H. Sinclair arrived in
tbe eity on Motility from Thurso, Oaith-
noss, Beotland, ami is tho gueat of
Mrs. 0. K. Lawson, Villi street tjast.
Mr. Qeorgo B. Shepherd of tbia city
ami Miss Sinclair will bo ui)iteil in
the boiiils of holy matrimony ou
Thursday of tliiB wrtik.
Miss Margaret Knox arrivetl in this
eity on Monday, hiving journeyed di-
reel from her home it Greenock. Scot-
lam!, ami is Ihe guest of Mra. tin-Inn.i
Hi,i, mn .in, Third street. The marriage of Mr. II. Wilson, organist, of
St. Andrew's Presbyterian church,
ami Miss Knox will be celebrated on
Tliursduy, April 18th.
(In Wednesday last, April llllh, a
pleasing ceremony was performed in
SI. Agues' church by the Kev. I T
iiowe when Miss Agnes Harris was
united in holy inatrimuiiy to Mr. Jack
Friend. Mr. Mbssclwhitc, u friend of
Ihe bride, presented the couple with
a handsome cake. The resitleuec will
be on 80th street wesl, this city.
Pacific and Great Eastern
Continued from page one
Pence, and on lhe south the l.mr-l the
great westerly affluent uf lhe Muckem
'ie ou the 1.1.nn. Of the richness of
this great area in minerals there is no
ilnubt at all. The only reason why il
has not beeu a scene of activity is the
lack of transportation. Now thut ;•
company is in thu field, able and ready
to provide this, wc anticipate a period
of very active prospecting there, and
this is certain to disclose the existence
of ore bodies of such number und utuu
1111 .i.l,- as will ensure railway construe
lion into Ihe heurl of what seems likely
to be the greatest minion region nortli
of Unite. The geographical conditions
ure similar in a general way to tliosc
found in the vicinity of Hi.n- and
hence the ore bodies are likely to be
continuous. Ilefore au ounce of gold
wus wttbed oul of the Atlin gravels
or a deposit of cupper was found at
Stewart, Ihe Colonist expresaed the conviction based upon its general know
ledge of theieouiitry, that the eustem
slope of the must range north of Port
land eanal would be found to be highly
metalliferous. Events have proved that
we were correct, and we are equally
(confident thtt the region ont of whirb
flow the tributaries of the ri.nl. the
Stickine, the Skceua biiiI the Peace will
be found to lie oue of the richest in Ihe
world. «
So much for Ihe country into which
this railway will be extended. We
will add a few words in respect to
thai through which lhe portion of tbe
line now about to be constructed will
pats. Uur opinion ia thai It will be lhe
home of a large population which will
Und employment in farming, ranching
fruit growing lumbering and mining.
There are large forests of excellent!
timber.   There are numerous areas of-
good   farming  land.   Thiste ure greal
inuis- which only require irrigation loi
DWltt Hitm fortjlo. There art tygljw
tracts Ihtt will tlways be valuable fpr
pasturage, although too elevated for tbe
mining of props- We kpot of tip pari
pf ihs prwincewith uipro t» cpnimniid
it tp mini "ppttriKtion titan-tM.
through Whioh the Pacific Qreat Kast-
oru will rw betwpsji Howe Sound ami
Pprl Qoorge.
This-north md south railway wol|
bp the ipetna pf tying np the north-
wettprly ant) kouHiotsterly ptirtt of the
prPVinePr It will Bwht » vptt region
tribuatry to the coast cities. Tt la
commercially spooking a strategic lino.
The inevitable result pf tl|o construe-
tion pf transcontinental linos is to
draw the traffic which they create in
eastern ami western iliroetlont. The
I'ueilie Great I'lustcm will draw truffle north and south. The new roatl
will, therefore, open a new Hold ami it
is iIris11lie11 to pity a part of the utmost importance in the buildiug up of
British Columbia. Its completion will
synchronize with Iho completion of tho
Panama Uanal, and it will be ready to
meet what will bo the vast requirements pf the province for access to
tho interior by tho thousands of settlers who will find tbeir way to our
coast.
BIBTHS
WILLIAMSON—To Mr. ami Mrs. A,
S. Williamson, Lyon l'lucc, Ihis city,
ou Thursday, .April lllh, a sou.
HAHHON-At Harbor View Sana
lurium on Tuesday, April Uth, tu Mr.
uml Mrs. A. V Harron, Second street,
this eity, a son.
MAIIDKN-At Harbor View Sana-
tarium, on Sunday, April llth, to Mr.
and Mrs. (leo. M. Mudden, this city, u
son.
MOIilHKTTK-At Harbor View Sun
tarium, uu Tuesday, April llilh, to Mr.
and Mr?. Oeo. Morisette, of this city.
daily' matinee   at   bmpibe
THEATKE   .
Encouraged by the large tuillencot
whiili have been patronuing the new
il,'.nn since lhe upeiiiug evening, the
management of the Kmpire Theatre
have decided to put ou a daily mat
iuee. The prugramine will consume
each afternoon at 8.80 and will continue until five o'clock. The Very bent
and latest fllms trnritscd- regularly on
the circuit with which the Empire i.i
connected and sustained interest upon
the part of tlieir patrons is assure I
from the In. I thai the lilm* lire cluing
ed three limes each week, namely Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday.
Garden Took
OF ALL KINDS
FOR EVERY P0»ff
Uf   OUR STOCK ii complete, and
the Quality it here.
H  UWN MOWERS indite
i
from 12 to 13 inches.
We alio have a stock ol the
Famous Summerscale
LAWN ROLLER
the best on the market ranging from
300 to 500 pounds and the prices are
right.
paine & McMillan
Phone 12.
Wholesale and Retail Hardware
FIRST STREET AND LONSDALE
v*
il
r
OUT    FLOWBBS    AND    BASTES
LILIES
Wc have a large assortment of cut
flowers and (Sailer Lilies, I'ot l'lants.
ou hand, also early Cabbage, bedding
out Trees, shrub.*. Hoses, I'mel Hedge,
Seed l'otatues, (Jarden Heeds, Sweel
l'ea Heeds, which we gained lirst print
for at Vaneouver exhibition last year
agaiusl all comers. Visit our Uliner
ies and see our stock,, it will do your
heart good. Himpsou A Wight, eor.
17th and Ht. Andrew's Ave. 'JIM
SAM. T. SUTTON
THACHKB OF PIANO and Tli KOH >
Hpecialty: children's  Lessons it  own
home.  . Terms, i. . apply (leueral
Delivery.
john McDonnell
Practical lireplacc chimney builder
und cement floors. Estimates (riven on
all kinds of brick work, r 0. Bor
l<Wi or UR tjlh Btroel west,v Norlh
Vtnrouver. 16 5
In Full Blast
THB SHOE BEPAIBINU BLBOTBIO MAOH1NBB.Y intttl
ltd by tbt Wood -Pilge Shot Oo. tt Unit primtiai in the Mt.
Crown Block It now ruuning tt full prttturt. BOOTS tnd
SHOES repaired WHILB YOU WAIT. Beet of skilled work
mamblp tnd ltttbtr. WOP carrying your reptln ovtr tie
ftrry.
-i-
T-
Wt invite your lntptcUon Of our mtgnlflctat spring itock
Jutt arrived.
Dr. BaU'i Ouablon Soltt, I. k f, Bella, Tbt Htgtr Mot, "ti"
BooU tad Shott, Otlntford of Nortbtmptou, Mtrlow of Lei
MtUr, ttc. tu.
Wood-Paige Shoe Co.
fim 8TRWT EASf
f\mt JM
nmW(jmw3lmmk,0n.(MiM
.
Important Action of
Local Conservatives
Dtcldo  to  Withdraw  from  Bichmond
Central Auociation
An important general meeting of the
Norlh Vuncouver Conservative Aim,.in
linn look place lust night in the K.
nf Pylhiui Hull. The president, Hr.
S. ll. Bcbulti, presided over uu excel
lent attendance. The duties of secretary were handled by Mr. II. I). Hug
ghs in Ihe absence of Mr, 11. S. Sbcp-
httA.
The outstanding feature of the evening's business wus u resolution father
ed by Mr. I II. Ilridgmun, embmlyiiig
Iho wish of the aistlciation lo With
draw Irnm I he iTichmoiiii t'eiilral Conservative Association. It is generally
believed that before another election
falls the i.in. ml Conservative bodv uf
Ilie Nnrlh Hhore will become u seporute
entity with the power lo appoint iti
own provincial delegates aud deal di
redly with lhe government. In order
to organize fully and efficiently to this
eud, the tbove suggestion was mude
latt ilight and adopted by the nice!
mn milium a dissentient voice. This
mli.oi of the Inciil ii.-.., mli.oi is prac
tically a i|ueslion of taking- lime by
the forelock, the object being to avoid
having lo hurriedly organize immedio
lebj- before ao election,
Wlthitnrwnt from rtir-Klrtnnomt con •
lul Association leaves lbe .Norlli Hhore
lm   lo thoroughly mobilise    ils    owu
Conservative forcei from ifow onwtrdi
District Council
A resolution will unanimously passi'd
al Ibe district council meeting last
Thursday Ihut the reeve should lie ap
I'umlt'd magistrate   for    tbu ditlrict,
also that a Heense commission should
consist of Councillors Hridgmun,
Westover and Messrs. .1. 0, Keith and
A. il. Diploek. A standing commillee
to look after telephone matters was
ulso iiiiini'.l ami Councillors Loulcl uud
Westover appoiuted to form too
same. The appointments made by lhe'
previous council were also contained -
without exception, thus the districl as
now newly formed is in tho proper official form to tike up with vigor the
mmy pressing mailers awaiting m ium
nnd upon whicii no further delay will
In1 permitted.
THE OITY COUNCIL
Apportionment of Fundi for tht Our-
—.—-—nut Final Ytar .	
The adjourned meeting of the eity
council is.,,i, I, lad uight in the
city hall, the full board being in al
tendance, with tlte exreption of Aid.
M, li:.,-.   who  was  unavoidably iibsenl.
Prior lo the open meeting the coun
cil went inlo committee of the whole,
Iheir time being taken up discussing
the curious applications from properly
owners for public work Ihey desired
done. This being disputed of the re
gultr adjourned meeting tben got down
to work, and apportioned from lhe gen-
oral fund the i annus amounts which
were lo be allowed the committee! for
tlw-wwnnal eivie iepettntm lot il..
current fiscal ycaa, which were finally
voted as followi:
Finance—#30,480.
Ptrki- 88,600.
I'oliiC—»ia,niti.
Uiic»--|/>,iwii.
Fire ninl l,igbt,-«17,imi)
Walerworki-|l8^Klll.
Hoard of Health--|«,0Ull.
Board of Worki- $38/1011.
Tolal   lllU,l'.lll.
BANK OF HAMILTON
Cahit*i, I'm) Up 18.870,000
Hcicrvcand Undividid I'mills  8,800,000
Total Aitett  44,000,000
THK incentive to thrift tbat a itv-
iii>gi iieounl givei you it evon
more vtlutble Ihm the Irtutl
interest Ibal accumulate! upon Ihe de
posit. Tha, habit of saving-assuring
comfort in old sge -is at cailly ac
quired ai lbe habit of spending.
Hanking ser me iu Ihe Havings lie-
j.arlin.iii of the Hank of llimilton is
1* sincerely offered to the into who
depoiiti t few dollari a month ta lo
those who deposit Ihouaaudi.    *
I,'. ll. HHAVKN, A.rol,
Nerlk  Vunsw -
.♦
Hni Olll..
HAMILTON
4
i
■» .
i
SEED POTATOES
Early lioM, Burbanfc, Sutton't Keliance, etc., alio
All Kiiuitof Craw and Clovtr Sudy. I ~"
B.TiTt3MWI GRASS (fancy mixture) ii the beK
for the lawn.
All our leedi are idecled ud letted to comply with thc
$eed Control Act.
See m for FERTILIZERS AND TREE SPRAYS
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
H«y, Flow and F«d Merchant    i
PHONE 4 II6ESPLANAPEEAST
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