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In the cuursc uf lust night's moeling
of Ihu ilislriet cuuucil, (.'uuii. Hridg
mun uml thu municipul clerk, Mr. .1.
fl. I. griiier, freshly rcturiictl from Bevel-
stukc, repurtct| upuu thoir ultendunce
uml purlicipution in the convcntiuii uf
the I'niou uf llritisli Columbia Muni
cipalities.
Uuth ussureil the cuuucil thut. much
\ good wink hail ln'i'ii ilnne, and thul
most uf ilic i.'.mn11i.-li,l.iti.ui-. submitted
by Ihc ilislriet bail been carefully con-
siilercii uml, were lo bo forwarded to
Ihc governinenl. Tln-i-i- rccommcinlu
lions rceeiveil more geuerul considers-
tion uiul approval by the Union than
Ihc resolutions submitted by other mu
niiipiiiitics uwiiig tu the ileluilcil ami
comprehensive fashion in which lltcy
were set forth. Thc ilistricl's recom-
lueiiilutioiis were as follows:
1. Under Sub-section ill (b) of See
lion oil, u lly-luw for auy of lhe purposes mentioned iu lust ami the ten
preceding sub sections, must be passed
upon the espress condition thut a fail
,   ure lo observe a time limit shall ren
|er llic by-law void.   This applies' to
bylaw for the purpose of subscribing
I ' shares in the capital stock of any
or|ioratcil    railway,    tramwuy   . or
Ailgc compsny, under subsection lo.
i the event uf a municipul council
■uking slock in a company, ami pay
/ng the purchase price ami Ibe Company not having fully completed the
work within lite lime limited) the coun
i-il wuubl be iu a pusitiou of hubling
stock ini'l. i the terms of the Bylaw
which was void, nolwithsiamliug tuc
fact tI.m lhc wurk undertaken by the
I'ompuny muy have beeu purity com
pleteil. it seems us if there should be
some provision for extensions of lime,
if this section is iuleiiiicil lo apply lo
ruses where stock hus been taken, ami
lhe puh'psse muney paid.
This matter wus considered by Ihc
1'uiou lo he more local thuu general,
iiii.I Mr Farmer ctplslnsd lhat while nc
■liil not think iuch a situatiuu would
arise, should it do so Ihc municipality
wuulil have lo lake nelion on    , own
UceOUIll.
2. I'mlrr Suli in I iuii lit) uf said
Sect iuu iii, it is directed thai a entiled copy of Expropriation. Ily luws, ac
compauled by au application of lhc
Municipality for registration of the ti
lie acquired by lite Mid expropriation
proceedings, uml lhc usual fees, .-liali
lie Xi I vi ut the I j* nl Itcgi.lry Office is
Ihe District iu which the laml affected
by the II) law is liltfstc. The District
Registrar uf the Vancouver Begistry
Office refuses In give title uu such au
application, iu view of Ihi* provision*
of Section ::il ami llie following see
lions of llic Act In view uf Ihe fact
that uuder Section llkt, auy claimant
Ins uue yeur frum the dale when the
reul properly was entered upon, taken
or used, or when tlte alleged damage.
were unstained, ur became known to the
il.iini.iiit, it appears that the Munici
inlil* woulil never be in a position tu
slate lhal all claims have been set 11
cd, ami therefore could uot obtain title
under Ibeir application. Apparently
sume provision is required under whicii
title cuiilil be given subject lo the righli
uf the uwner, ur any olher person, to
coinpensutioii. Tile Municipality roubl
then-gel the reservation rrmoved im
iiieilialely upun the selllcineul of sny
claim which might subsequently be
maiie.
„ This rccuiiiincmlalion was cudoricd.
.'1. Subsection ()M) of Section fi
enables the i'ouncll lu pass a Uy law
for disposing of s street or highway,
or sny portion thereof, whenever deem
cl necessary, in exchange fur i.ljaicni
or contiguous lamli expropriated for
lhc purpose uf improving, wideiing,
straightening or diverting any public
slreet or highway, snd l.o cxci te Deeds
for properly so exejituged. The Couucil of Ihe Dislrist of Nortb Vancouver
bave passed Bylawi under thii Sub
section, ami executed Deeds for the pro
perty giveu iu exchange for land expru
prialed. The District Uegi.lrar refuses
however, to give lilie in respect of lbe
land su given, ou the ground lhat Ihc
highways arc uot vested in fbe Dis
trier, Under Section 310 ol the Act,
the Dislricl only ha. "possession!' ml
highways vested in il, sud under section
i. of the "Highways Act," lhe soil Snd
freehold of every public highway is
vested in ili. Majesty, Lit heirs Snd
successors, if the Registrar'i coulcii-
lioo is right, .ub section IM should have
ibe following words added: "And tor
fbt purposes of this ssetlos, sues public
street ur highway, or sny portion thereof, disposed nf as aforesaid, is hereby
ili'i-iiueii to be vested iu thc Curporu-
lion uf Ihe Mum, ipulit; ii| winch'the
same is situate," If will Iiu olisorv*
ed that seclinn UIH dealing wilh certain
ruml allowances reserved lo the Ilrown
contains similar wording lo thul sup
gcslctl,
This question was endorsed ami re
I. nel lo the incoming executive. The
following recommendations were also
sdoptod for reference to Hie executive,
who will bring the mutters before the
Ituuil Commission upun municipal gov
ernment:
4. II would appear from the sections
under the lieuiliug of "l.ocul Improve
incuts in Tni'. ii-ln|' ur District Municipalities," vis.: Sections 71 tu HU iuclu
slvc, uu i'i"1, i iim is made for the car
ryiug out of the local improvement in
ilislriet municipalities uu u fruulugc tax
im-'i- This evidently is un oversight.
Seetiou i<l, whicii ut present comes
mnlcr lhc heading uf lueal improve
mollis in cily municipalities, shuuld
huve u separate heading as follows:
Local Improvement, in auy'Municipality"
This would be following the provis
nm   of the "Muuicipal Clauses Ail"
prior to tlie Hill consolidation.
'. lu muny municipalities, the quel
lion uf Ihc removal of dangerous trees
is a very live one. Apparently there
is uo machinery provided umlcr Ihe Acl
for litis purpose, other than that of sec
tion Itt, dealing with the oulssocei
generally. Coder the said section ISH,
certain lengthy proceedings have lu be
gone through, and advertisements pub
li-lii-d After Ihe nuisance is removed
by the municipality, lhe unly method of
recovering the costs is by action at
luw, in u inuuici|iulily such as oun,
where buildings arc rapidly springing
up, il is often necessary lo dssl with
dangerous trees quickly, and the cuuucil
feel that a icellon shuuld be introduced
into thc Act enabling Ihem lo give uo
ticca by registered muil lo Ihe ussess
ed owners to remove such trCes within
a reasonable time, and upuu failure of
Ihe ownen lo remove same within the
time limited, lhc municipality shuuld be
empowered lu enter tbe properly, cul
(Oontinusd os psgs Uv.)
A Suggestion From Tbe
Government
DISTRICT COUNCIL'S BBFU8AL TO
APPBOVE SUBDIVISION PLANS
8U8TAINED
The provincial secqrtury, Ilr. Voung,
notified thc district council last evening
by letter thai consideration hud heeu
fiven lo Ihc appeal of Ibe Hurrard lie
vcloputeul Company against the rcfus
ul of the council lo approve tbe sub-
divlimn ni the wesl half of ll. I..
Mil Tins appeal had not been allowed
|u tint lhe decision of thc council is
sustained.
A. D. I,. hOil and D I.. 803 sdjoin
Ibis decision will alsu apply to Ihe
appeal of Mr. P. S. (iiliauders.
"It would appear," the letter slated,
"that except for the excessive slope
snd its inaccessibility from Ihe roads
st prcseul .-vi.hug. Ibis land is nol un
suitslilc for sulnliviiion, smi iu view
of tbii the gurcrnment wuuld aik leave
lo offer a suggeiliou Ibst ionic steps
might be luken by thc couucil wilh a
view to rendering Ibii porllon of Ibe
municipality available for residential
purpose., s> in view of it. proximity lo
s greal cily.il ii likely thai tbe ini.un
Uls slopes will in tbe near future be
occupied by many residence! Tbe
change from Ihr heavy air al-.ra level
lo tbe lighter uiouuUin sir proving uo
doubl, ultra.mc to msny persons "
Tbr iiiiini il laal eveuiug took set ion
upou Ibii .ugge.liou by uslrucling Ihe
engineer, Mr. Cosgrove, lo WcerlsJu
by s survey the beal means of irresa
lo the shove, property.
HOCKBV
Norlh Vtncouver, bolderi of Uf B.
C. League and Mainland championship,
play tbeir irst league inatcli of tbe
season tomorrow al the Boulevard 1'ark
against Ihe llurrardi of Vanrouver,
iicwrumcri in the lesgue. Bully off at 3
p.m. The following will represent lhe
loc.li: Uoal, Meredith; backs, Army
lage sod Clapbam; half backs, S. Humphreys, Ted lU.vTn ic.pl) and N. Hum
phreyi; forward., Mscnaglilco, C.rdin
sll, Coudy, p. Bsyils snd Barber.
Objections of Shipowners'
to Bridge
Plans, Answered
MB. DONALD CAMERON, O.K. VIN
DIC ATES     SUITABILITY     OF
PUNS AS SUBMITTED    -
BVBBY    ADEQUATE    PBOVISION
HAS  BBBN  MADB  FOE  ALL
REASONABLE      REQUIRE
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OBJECTIONS BASriD ON  W.. m
CONCLUSIONS
Following the publication of llie nun
municutiuu of the Vancouver Ship
owners' Association, to lhe resident cu
gineer of the Dominion Uovernmcnl
with rcfercuce to their objections lu
the plans'Ol the proposed bridge al
Second Narrows, which had been sub
milted to them, u representative of the
Kxpress secured un interview with Mr.
Donald Cameron, CE., lueal eugineer
fur llurranl Inlet Tunnel uml Hridge
Cunipuny, fur thc purpose qf procuring
u stutemcut uf the cuse from the view
I'iiuii of his cumpauy relulivc tu thc
ubjectiun. raised.
Mr. Cameron dealt with the objee
ium-. iu the urder iu whieh they appear
ed iu lhc letter of thc Shipowners'
Associaliou as fulluws:
Objection Number Is—
"lu our opinion lhc pier shown
"in lhc plan as iu the centre of Ihe
. "ehunncl and supporting the norlh
"end uf thc northerly draw shuuld
"be thc pivot of Ibe dooble swing,
"for Ihc following reasons: As
"shown on the plan only the uor
"tbera druw is nuvigalde al low
"waler, so that all trallic would bsve
"to use the miiilii in draw, which
"wuuld be very dangerous. It wuuld
"meau s risk accident to vessels
"meetiug iu s channel of mn feel
"owing lo Ihe strong currents pre
"vailing ami the conflicting eddies
"whicii wuuld be set up liy lbc
"piers, whereas a double swing pivul
"ed on thc pier in the centre of the
"ehunncl would permit ot each pu.s
"iug vessel keeping lu ill own
"side."
Mr. Cameron referred lo the plans
OU lile iu his ulllu and frum Ihesc
pointed oul that as lhc mutter stands'
st present Hie pivot pier is rightly
plsred. Thc cltunuel at that point was
ll'iio feet wide, the opening between
the piers was 219 feel gruss, ur HSfi
feet in the clear. The pier was so
placed lhal in a channel uf Ihc width
indicated a ship with a beam uf IUD
feel (leu per cent, greater than uny
yet built) wuuhl need lo deviate Kg)
feet in order lu pass through the insin
span through Ihc deepest puinl In the
channel. If the pier were changed as
suggested, thc position of Ihul ship
would be precisely the same, uuly the
nearest pier would be an oulside pier,
instead of the pivot pier Wilh refer
ence lo Ihe depth of water iu thc Iwu
draws as at present placed, Mr. Cunt
eron itated that in the main draw the
depth of water at low tide would be Os
feci ami st high tide Itu feet. In Ihe
ulher drsw Ihere would be a depth u I
ti feet at .luw tide tud -'' feel sl high
tide, which would afford plenty uf waler
for Hie uie of bulb channels for all ur
dinar)' crsfl sl sll'stages of Ihe tide.
Thc larger ibipl wuuld alwayi use thc
main opening ami as fur Ihc imellc!
crsfl, Ibey might, iu puiut ut.ftnl pari
under Ihe bridge, belwecu ary two
piers sl auy lime. Mr. Csineroit for
Iber listed Ili.l the change proposed
by the Association in the local.mi of
the lumi pier, would uerwilslo Ihe
placing of dolphin, to luppurt lbc ends
uf the awing, when open, in one hundred
feet of wstcr, au undertaking wlneli
wu nol al sll t/viuhle from en en
gineeriug standpoint.
Objection Number 2:—
"The committee ii strongly of
"opinion lhal Ibe height from lhe
"bottom of the bridge lo Hie high
"water level ibould be nol less than
"66 feel, whieb would permit of lug.
"snd .mall freighters passing with
"out    iieceiailsling    open <g    the
", idgr. This I; uf grcsi Import
"ance, both from the point of view
"of tboie, constantly using thc we
"terwsy sud from thai of the inter
"urban  tram snd   psaienger Irailic
"wbicb may in time be create'."
The  present  height  shown  by  the
plant, observed  Mr. Csmerou, ii Ot*
feef sl lop *stcr snd tt feet sl high
water.   He understood thst the height
of Ibe biggesl tug ou the inlst stthe
present Iimt only .lightly exceeded fi
feet sud ilmi merely because nf the
masts (which arc only uriniiiieutul,
which could very readily lio sh. 'tuned
ur lowered. Mr. Cameron then pointed
nut Iimt uuy additional hciglit would
udd materially tu thc cost nf the
bridge, uut uuly because uf thc micro-
lions in thc piurs of lhe bridge lint ulsu
uf the fuct Ihut un utldiliunul ten foot
iu height would uueessitslc • the construction of one lltousum! additional
feet of trestle fur the railway np-
plum In- oii llic North Shur; nud L'lil)
additional feet uf trestle fur tho up
pi.nn In., tu ihc irullic roadway. It
was bul right that jusl rcs.ua shuuld
be submitted when it was sought In
impusc any such increased cos: of cun-
iiu., i mn and the pussibiliiies nl' delay referred lu was su remote thai it
could uut lie held, in his opinion, lo
constitute such a rcusuu.
Objection Number 3:—
"As far as cau be gathered from
"the plan submitted tu thc ussucia
"liuu, the bridge is not placed a.
"right  angles tu the muin current,
"bul diuguuully across It.   We lug-
"gest the advisability of so placing
")hc piers that they are iu parallel
"alignment with the main currents
"iu  urder Ibat the risk  uf vessels
"sheering   agaiuit   the    abutments
"may be minimized."
Tnis mutter, declared Mr. Cameron,
lis. been complied with absolulely al
ready.   This is a matter which received
very careful attention at the hands uf
the engineers of Ibe V. W. k Y.. Bail-
way Cumpauy in choosing the originul
location for the railway bridge Wbicb
it  wns proposed lo build across    Ihc
Narrows.   Hurrard   Inlet   Tuuuel   uipl
Hridge Cunipuny were using Ihe huiii..*
site selected by the railway |fuglneers
and their engineers had likewise very
carefully   euusidereil   Ihc   direction   ul
the tide relative tu the lueatiuu of Ihe
bridge.   Through the main upeniug uf
the bridge us ut present planned, the
current runs practically al right angles.
Further than  this, Mr, Csmerou  pro
c led, Ihe interests of navigation have
been given exceptional constderalioil
iu plunuing Ihc bridge The spun of
IH.'.! fed us uuw prupused is uf unheard
ul width, no swing bridge in the world
liuving un opening of'iuch length. In
addition to this, il had been arranged
lo n.i lnl au apparatus which wuubl
open aud loose the gates in the quick
est possjhlc time. This feature woold
be regulated, of course, by the power
uf Ihc engines installed lu move Ihe
swing and the action uf llic brakes tu
li.-^t. uud iiii.iiiii its motion. 'Plic
lime consumed in upeuing and iu ilus
ing lhc druw wuubl be very shurl.
Mr Cameron did nul consider lhat
there remained any feat I.e of Ihe
ilrurture us the plant now stood which
was fairly open tu adverse criticism
upon the ground of thc requirements
of navigation. Tlte righli and needs
uf navigation had been given every
j consideration ami as slated previously,
exceptional provisions had been made
iii favor of those interests. Jl wus his
opiliion, therefore, tbat Ihere was uu
I room  for continued opposition  lo the
bridge upou such grounds.
OBDEB OF EAOLES SOCIAL
The .Nurlh Vancouver Aerie No. 1704
of Ibe Fraternal Order of Fugles held
a mosl enjoyable social on Waujttcsduy
evening iu Ibe lodge room at thc K. of
1'. llall. There wai a very large al
tendance of local aud Wilting brethren
and friends. A varied and entertain
ing program of longs, recitations, in
-iruinetii.l aelertiuni and au addren
were highly appreciated aud each item
n i eived   well -merited epplaulc.
Mr. K. V. Smith acted as chairman,
and called ou lhe folluwiug: Selection,
Nurlh Vaneouver Maud; -ung. Mr. II.
V Uaker; cornel solo, Mr. II. Smith;
song, Mr. Smith; tong, Mr. T. Rowe;
recitation, Mr. 0, l.ladwiii; sddre.i of
welcome, Mr. 1'. Larion; baritone solo,
Mr!   J.   Varnes;   accordcon   solo,   Mr.
Tilnlii;      select inn,     North      Vancouver
Band; song, Mr. B. Tsrn; Irom
bone duel, Messrs Sluney snd Jen
kins; long,' Mr. T. Rowe; aong, Mr.
Bseur; sddresi, Uro. Kelly, Aerie No.
«, Vancouver; song, Mr. T. Willis.
During the festivities the opporlun
ily wst taken to bid Bro. 1, Device
of Capilauo S hcarlj' "Godspeed" sud
a quick return, Uf. Device having
ttld oul bi« business, left yesterday for
Calif owls,
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District Council and
Reversionary Rights
MOST    COMPREHENSIVE    STATE
MENT YET RECEIVED COMBS
FBOM JBOVINOIAL SEORE
TABY
DISTRICT   OOUNOIL   VOICES   EMPHATIC   DISSATISFACTION
The district council last eveuing received a coinmuniculinn frum the pro-
vinciul secretury cuibodyiug whut wus
described as the must comprehensive de
scribed us lhe must comprehensive de-
finiIi.in yet received of tbe govern-
menl'» position regurding its rcver
sionury rights.
The letter stutcd that the land re
gislry ollice had received full Instructions frum the Attorney-General's department iu this matter.
The provincial secretary, Dr. Young,
wus instructed by llic executive couucil
lo liitlmste "that unsubdlvidst) blueks
iu districl luts purtiully released will
be subject In quarter revcrsiun when
subdivided; that the government's do-
cisiun ii li ii, ' ■■ ull property I'ur which
pluns hud been presented lu tpe registrar priur to Murch ilh uml of which
Ihere is no record in lhe l.-unl Regis
Iry ollice, provided thut satisfactory
proof of such presentation is given to
the registrur; tbut nu provision bus
been made by the goverument for coin-
prnsuliou I'ur improvements in Ihc case
uf lumla subject to this reversion; tbat
where u ruud liuill undor ihe lueal im
provement plun pasties llirough unsiibdi
v hied property the government will uot
cousider itself liable for iho frutttuge
taxes of the lot. whicii revert tu thu
crown ou subdivision taking place; that
the pm eminent is iiul prepared to consider the granting of any portion of its
quarter iulerest to municipalities which
have developed the prupcrly subdivided."
Al the instuncc uf Coun. llridgmuii
it wus decided tu refer I hiu inl'urniiilion
tu the speeiul committee which has hud
charge of Ihis mailer. Coun. Und."
man ulso moved that lhc clerk sliuuld
uuce uguin write to Ihc government
setting forth the peculiar position in
which the district is placed iu consequence of this decision. The principal
objection voiced will be Ihut rover
sion of property tu lhc crown will remove lhat properly from municipal
taxatiou und result in euitsiderulile reduction in municipul ussessinent.
(oun. Uridgmuu further suggested
thut tho goverument shuuld muke an
appropriation lo the municipality equal
to thc taxation that should be levied
of its lands. Under the present *)'*
lent the government wus enabled lu
hold ils land while the rosd upon which
thc properly fronted wus being improved and luler sell it al a price equivalent
lo the -price of adjoining property
which had duly puid fur these im
pruvemcuts.'
Local Improvement Tax
Exemption
ALD. DICK'S MOTION OABBIED AT
U. B. 0. M.
Delegate* from the cily of Vaueouver
made a suggestion thai the exemption
of church sites Iruin luxes culled fur
tu the Muuicipal Clauses Acl be elim
dialed.. This led to u geueral discus
sion on lhe exemption of hospital
buildings, church sites uud buildings,
cemeteries, municipal iiiiprovemenla
and property, urphaitugc iustitutiuns
uud live acre sites ami erowu proper
ly, ull ot which ure exempt.
Aid. Huh of North Vaucuuver fa
wired the taxing of guvcmiiieitl property, uud moved thut tin- Union executive lake up with the provincial government uml Domiuion government if
necessury, the eliminating of local im
provement tux exemption, uf the various classes of land properly noted.
Tins ii ut.iinni wus carried, as was
alsu auotbrr propoaed ny Couu. Camp
bell of (South Vancouver, Ibat all lax
ciclilptiqlii covering general laxution,
loo, be dune away with iu respect to
land. Many delegates considered Ibal
lins suggested amendment lo the acl
was loo radical, but it was carried.
This City's Suggestion
Adopted by D.B.C.M.
The I'll.I'M delegates representing
Norlh Vancouver cily auccoiifully ask
ed for a proposal lo get a chauge in
the Municipal 'Clauses act su Ibat
volets could vute iu ull wards wbere
Ilny held property ur huuiehuld qual
iiicui inns. Thii condition al preient
obtains in the cily of Vancouver uu
der ils special charter. The cunvcut
lion thought the idea a good one and
accepted il.
Ex-Reeve McNaught
and the Poll Tax
PBOPOSAL BNDOBSBD BY U.B.OM.
KxKceve J. Y. McNaught'. proposal
at the convention of thc I'.H.t'M.,
thai the present poll tax be turned into
a licallb protection tax mainly for
maintaining the light against Ibe white
plague, ws. accept ed by tbe convention
wilb hardly s duwuliug voire.
Tbe resolution explained that it was
the desire of the Union to havo the
provincial government use the poll tax
io appointing Inspector, to take charge
of Ihe achool health inspection, tnd
also in evolving aome system of bos
pilal maintenance on s per capita basis
the hospitals to be placed at various
pi'it'i lhiu-ugln.nl the prnviii. e. The
erection of one or two more sanitariums
for ronaumptives. was slso suggested
lu the motion.
BoyiWwUd
Bouts Boys for ths KXPHB8S.
HON.  F.  D.  MONK
Ex Minister of Public Works ln tbs
Domlniou Cabinet
HON. 1. H  PEBLEY
Minister Without Portfolio Temporarily
in Oaaigs of Ihs Public Works
Department
Baptist Church Items
At s largely atlemled meeting held
st the psrsouage last Tuesday .evening,
II wss decided lo organize two adult
classes in ihe Suudsy schoul, one for
the men sud One for the ladies. Com
milled were appointed and temporary
officer, elected. Tbe clan having tltr
large.! average Tor lbc hrst four Sun
dayi is to be entertained al a banquet
in tbe lecture room by the ion lurren
ful clsas. Thsrc is considerable en
Ihuiissm among Ihc members
Bev. H. 0. Kstsbrook, superintend
cot of Baptist minimis for U. ''.,, Will
lecture in Ibo church on next Tuesday
evening The lecture will be illui
trsted by views stjeeied from lhe home
mission Heidi uf the province sud Ihe
public ars invited. An offering will be
taken for missions.
Suudsy morning: Subject "Wbst
Shall I renter to Ihe Lord!" livening:
"Andrew- the mas who did thing.."
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Reserve     .   -   .   ,   $16,000,000
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North Vancouver Branch: F. A. MACRAE,
Mt, Crown Bldg., 1st Street "      Manager
We Have Some Good Buys
in D. L 273, 274,550.
See us if you have a house to rent, or if you want to get
a house.
We have some lovely homes for sale.
Listings wanted.
NORTH VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE CO.
110 Esplanade,
R. C. BISS
Phone 227
J. A. WOODS
M* J, il, noun ueaeai interesting meeting i
"Mayor" of NorA     Vlctoriin Ordw of
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H. 0. WBIOHT'S SUPPOBXBBB
BEQISTEB APPEAL
ECONOMY
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'  Windows  You  Will  Bsvs  Money
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slice curried in stock
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ESPLANADE EAST
P. O. Box 1719.
Phone 222
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Building Supplies
Sole Agents for North Vancouver:
Samson Fibre Diabolo Cement
North Shore Coal & Supply Co.
L. S. EATON, Manager.
Kickliam's Wharf    Esplanade W«t     Phone 468
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SENSATIONAL TBIAL WILL TAKE
PLACE NEXT WBDNBSDAY
NIOHT
Tuesday nigbt's eeseiou of tbe North
uiiuii' I,n.'mn ami lirittitiiiu Society
wuh ili'votcil to u very exciting uml
l.i'1'tilv i'iiii i r.-i i'.i "inuyorsl election."
Now nud iiiti'iiiiil views woro incident-
ully.uircd U|iuu .'iyie- matters, sud mun)
iiout a|ieeclics were delivered by tup-
pnrtors of both candidates. Tlio two
gentlemen wbo submit liul their mum:.
to tin- "olci'torstc" were Mr. J. N.
llouil uiul Mr. II. I'. Wright. The now
iitcci* of the former were Mr. 0. II.
Mordi'ii uml Mr. A. l-l, Anders, while
tlm liulii wun |.iii|,n-r.l tud seconded
by Mr. Kodcrick Mackenzie uml Mr. li.
I', milium.
Mr. llnuii liud unfortunately left
bin "platform" in the pocket of un
oilier nasi, but wun ubic lo remember
i ssvertl |ilauki, uml these be ■..|...i I)
explained iii ilnlsil, Hi.- views were In
vishly lessoned with Socialism, lliu
ideal for thitt cily wuh thul needs of
every citizen hIiouIi! be administered
.ini.. equally nmi tbut Hte|tH :■ ImiiliI lu
tskcii to prevent tlie present system
of "land grabbing." Mr, llouil timed
muny javelins of oratory ut the real
ostats men of tlie cily who were, by
tlieir practices, retarding tbe progress
of ilu community, Tbe candidate call
ed uttentiou forcibly to the fact that
witbiu recent weekn the ssrvicss of s
i,,.iiil"-i of i-ily workmen bad been dispensed witb un ui'iouiit of luck of t nu.l..
Mr. Houll ■ "iii i.i -I, .1 (bit condition of
iluu, i. with the eulertaintiient of pro
nilnsnl pcr>onuge» for which Ihe cily
liud neeu thul mossy wan forthcoming.
He favored s local labor preference
ao tbut Nortli Vaueouver men would
not have to travel daily afield iu order
to gel to tbeir work, wbicb is often
usurped by oilier tbau local men. Among
oilier things Mr. lloull advocated the
taxation of ull unimproved property
uml lite Itoliling of a i|uarterly inSSS
meeting of rulcpuyerti.
Mr. Wriglil, ou tbe otber liuml, cm
pbusucd tbe importance of the newer
age question, sluliug Ibal bin ambition
would lie to bave every houae on tbe
norlli shure with aewer connections.
His policy would be aimply ami purely
u n.iiu|iiii,i .'..n.l policy. As little work
aa possible woui.l be done in .nu.
tee of tbe whole during hisitiiii of
ollice. He iilillll uot see wby Mr., lloull
considered il necessary to bold ijuur
terly meetings of rslepsyeri unless Ihe
ratepayers so wished, since tin- couucil
vhumljcr should lie ut uli limes open to
tbe public un.l rutcjveycrs wlto desired
to be fully acquainted with the uc
I iv ilu-,. of llic council could become so
by ullendiug llie regular meetings, out
side of which uo business affecting the
iutercata of lbe citizen* sliofibl lie
transacted. Mr. Wright favored Ihe
appointment of a governinenl auditor
lo make u public audit of tlie city's
books ut Ibe en.I of escb council year.
Tbe two camliilalCH were al variance
on bridge und railroad questions, Mr.
ilooil uml lua aupportcrs laying einpltu
sis on the residential jloHsibilities 'of
lite cily ami Mr. Wriglil ami his ills
ciples urging tbt- speedy provision ol
both facilities.
Aller much interesting discussion, a
loiisiilerulile amount of heckling ami
Hev erul exciting rullica of retort, a poll
uus taken, ami Mr. Hindi wus declared
"elected," Mr. Wriglil only being
credited wilb three Votes.
i'lie Inil'l' aupportera immediately
clamored for justice, having strong rea
son to doubt tbe accuracy of returns.
The discovery waa then made that Ihe
Inlliui |mi'.ir were mysteriously missing
uml a " - i.ui.i wss, therefore, iuipos
silile.. Mr. Wright umj bia aupporlcra
immediately denisuded that an Inquiry
should lie hebl into the circumatuuccs.
An election trial ta, therefore, to
luke place in Ibe publicity rooma on
Wednesday evening uexl. "Serious"
elturgea are to lie levelled ageiimt thoae
implicated in tlte alleged iniacounliug of
the votes, sud bulb aides, it ia uuder
stood, are relsiuing expert counsel for
the ofcarjon. The proceedings next
week promise lo be aenaatii/tial iu lbe
extreme uml the numerous spectators of
Tuesday eveuiug are likely to be doubl
ed tl Ibis uext meeling.
That this young sud energetic no-
cn-t.v has sn interesting future before
it ia being readily conceded liy those
wbo bsve sttcmlcd its sessions. Oue of
tbe spectators ou Tuesday eveuiug was
Mr. W. 11. Msy, reeve of tbe district
of Norlh Van, inner I'lml ling with a
reprosentalive of the Kxpress, Mr. May
expressed surprise sl (lie number of de
-.er speeches be had listened to, lie
spoke most enthuaiaslically of the good
results which were calculated to accrue
to (be work pt sucb a society.. Its
debates, the reeve thought, would serve
to sharpen the wits of Ihe young men
of tbe city, would give them confidence
in public speaking snd would introduce
many thinkers snd speakers wbo migbt
Otherwise remslu is obscurity.
■iwwr
SUPBBINTBNDBNT     OF     OBDEB
QIVBB INTBBB8WNO ADDBBSS
NUB8E FOB LOOAL DISTBICT NOW
AVAILABLE
TAKK NOTICE thst the Couucil of
the Clly of North Vancouver inteud tp
isiij uul nn osiii .< iiwsi ls»n»»u«
Au interesting, ineeling wss beld lu
tlm city hull yesterday iifi.ci-nnon, when
Miis MucKeiuii', superintendent pi the
Victorian Order of Nnrsca for Cuusds,
addressed n number of local ladies oii
Ibe geuerul system uf tbu unlet ami its
hearing upon North Vancouver in pur
lictilar. The chair wss occupied liy Mr.
Alexumier Bniltli.
Mias MueKeii/.ie expressed great
pIciiHuro in being enabled to meet the
representatives of llle now brunch mu!
congratulated them on organizing so
quickly. In outlining lhe growth ami
development of the order, Miss Mac-
Keiizie stated tbat the progress of the
Victorian Order in Cunadu ia wrapped
up iu Iho growth of the country, uml
the order has become lhe National
Ilislriet Nursing Association, growing
to meet the needs of the people.
I'p to the yesr 1807 there were two
greut slaws of people quite unprovided
for in sickuoBS—the destitute and Ibe
class with moderate ineaita or having
heavy claims on their means—both of
IhcHc classes being very often without
accommodation  in  their homes  for u
rssidsal nurse.   To meet the needs .of
these .lm......  ],ady  Aberdeen  founded
llm Victorian Order, whoso work would
bc:-
To supply nurses thoroughly (ruined
iu hoapitul and diatrict musing, ami
subjeel to one central authority for the
nursing of the aick who ure otherwise
unable to obtain trained uurning to
their own homes, both in towu ami
country districts.
To bring local aHsociatioua for sup
plying district nurses into asaociation
by affiliation with the order which
bears Her Majesty's name ami to sf
ford pecuniary or olher sssistsnee to
sucb local association!.
To maintain, ss a first necessity u
high -im,.i.u t of efficiency for ull dis
trict uuraing.
To assist in yni:.ling amall college
llU-|   HUl-    Or     h/llcr
"ll ia ,ni/!iiiil.iii!,ii- ami comprehensive prugrinuinie, "said Miaa MacKenxie,
"and iir/.uiilv ii has been an inspired
iiio.venu/t. for il lias never failed lo
^he needs of tbe people." For
ne iui three years the work was
largely thai of local associations in
cities ur towns, Toronto, Ottawa, Mon
Ileal. Hamilton, Kingston, lu 100U
tady Mi ii I ii iu.,1,,i the Dominion lo gel
u clear idea of wbal were the needs of
the outlying districts, especial!.'' iu
the North ami West. She found that
visiting nuraea were of leaa uae in auch
diatrieti ami started u fund fur lbc
founding of collage hospitals. Tnis
lu |it,il scheme from u smull beginning
haa developed io larger proportions,
aome ten lied hospitals being now
grown lo larger Institutions not now
under the order. Otber hospttuls have
affiliated with the order for help iu the
way uf supervision and nurses, lu IHO!)
owing to repealed requests front the
Nortli uml West, the tady Urey coun
try district nursing scheme wua formed.
This wus to reach cases wbere the pa
ticuls could nol leuve Iheir homes uud
undertook to supply nurses to coinbiue
continuous nursing uml visiting nurs
ing. This is tbe most expensive part
of the work. Miss MacKeurie baa mude
apecial visits to iind out Ihe beat wuy
lo handle lite work und suggests Ihut
headquarters for the nurses to live in
be in connection wilb a smull nursing
home for two nurses,
The Duchess uf t'ounaugbl appealed
for Ibres millions to enable the bourd
of governors to exercise all their activities' uud extend Iheir work. Thin
fund has not yet beeu allocated, ('our
try work demumls moat money und us
fore many yeurs it is hoped tbat then
will be a cbsin of country nursing
homes across Ihe Dominium Unity is
the great principle of Ihe order ami Ihe
key to Ha success.
The nurses are distinguished grud
».ii. of hoapital I raining schoola who
have undergone a four months' courae
of trsiuiug in a Victorian Order centre,
wbere they receive instruction sud ex
perieuce in diatrict nuraiug. Of (hose
who undergo Ihe course of trsiuiug only
thoae who show apecial aptitude for the
work receive tbe diploma of tbe lloyal
Victorian Order.
Ju coucluaiou Miss MacKcuzic out
lined iu detail the process of local or
giinlzaliun and gave s aeries of useful
bints and recommendations for the cdi-
in nm,ii of the members of the saaociu
.i *>
tion, »
A vule of thanks lo Miss MscKenzie
wss voiced by tke lev. II. vau Muusler
and iiiiuiiii.ii.u ]-,   .uni.nl. in      .
tiou witb s timiltr vole of tbauks to
the clmirlinin.
Tbo nurse for this district, who has
slresdy been appointed, is Miss M. M.
Muir. Her address is care of Mr. Gsr-
row, tturrsrd Cafe, Ksplanado West,
snd her pboue uumber 202. Miss Muir
hss already attended fivs local, cases.
ment the laying of Concrete Curb on
bu|b sides qf Second Street from tbe
Psst tills nf Chesterfield Avenuu to the
West Side of St. George's Aveuue, uuder part ||, Diviiiou (3) of the 'Mu-
uicipiil Act', nmi inten,i tu men tbe
iinni cqsts ihi'i-i'iif upon lbs rt%\ pro
petty fronting or abutting thereon or
tn bs lieui'iitted thereby, sud tbsl S
stslemeiit allowing the lunds liable tn
pay lite said assessment of the names
of the Owners thereof su far as can be
ascertained from Hie lust revised Assessment Hull ia now nn lib' i" the
Offlce of the City Clerk snd is open for
in. fi ium dining ulliee bpurs. I
-AND NOTIOK IS 1IKHRBV UIVKN
thai the Council will proceed with the
suid work or iiiiproveineifl as aforesaid
unil- t majority of tbe Owners of the
said landa or real property so to be
work or inrprovsmsitt pstltlpa tbs poiin-
ell against tucb assessnieul within fifteen days after tbs firs, piibll. stlnu
W. AWJN BBPWN,
Oily 0(er)t.
Nortb Vsnepuver,
25t|. October, 1913.
NOTIOB TO THB PUBLIC
Iii At MatUr of Wa \*nmA Bsls
Ootnpany
lluv ing told fbe Hindi i ete. tn "Tbs
l.oiiHilnlo Wnlinnory Co., who wjl,
continue tbo business ss auceussors tn
lbe I mnl .'inle Co., st the same ol<|
stand, III)  l.tilisdule, notice is  hereby
givon thst sll sccouuta due the suid
The l.eonsrd Sale Co." roust bo settled with tbe assignee forthwith.
W. J. WI1.8QN,
Assigusl.
ililil Hastings St. ' t.f.
$1.00 per 100 lbs.
We have just received a car load of finest quality
Highland Potatoes, dry as meal.
Now is the lime to lay in a supply al the low price of
$1.00 per 100 Ib. sack delivered.
CALL AND SEE THEM
DesBrisay Jobbing Coy.
OOBNBB FOURTH AMD LONSDALE
HARDWARE Phone 297 GROCERIES
BENNETT BROS.
The North Vancouver home of " Campbell Clothing "
—
HARDWARE
.[lbe undersigned desires to announce to the residents
oj North Vancouver that he has purchased the Hardware business formerly conducted by Messrs. Sutton
(r Prince, and will carry a largely increased stock of
Builders' Hardware, Paints, Oils, Glass, Stoves,
Ranges and Housebold Articles.
*4All classet of Furnace and TinWorh) given prompt
attention. All Wort) fully guaranteed.
(J/3ji clost- prices, strict attention to business and
courteous treatment We trust to merit and enjoy a ihare
of the Public patronage. watch OUE ads.
Sincerely jiouri,
D. McNAlRNlE
7 be Satisfactory Hardware
15th ani lontiale. phone 352
 North Vancouver
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Entree and Pudding Dishes
srs so every day used. Not only do they add to tbs appoarauco Of a
well-arranged table, bnt tboy facilitate bte serving of vsgetablcs sud
puddings, wbicb, owing to tbis uietbodBif serving, srs much mors
palatable. Our stock of tbis clans of Ufa goods Is wsll aaaorted and
offers s great range ot choice,
The Chafing Dish
continues to be s fsvorits iu tba homos of Canada-its vory convent-
sues has mado it this, To own s Chafing Dish is to appreciate it and
uss it constantly. Always ws supply tbs very fluent values ln this
lins, ss ws snow tbs newest types snd tbs bsst qusllttss on tbs nisrket,
snd wbstnsr yon desire to use the Spirit Lamp or Electric Hoater ws
csn accoinmodato you,
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
JEWELERS,   SILVERSMITHS, WATCHMAKERS.
George E. Trorey, Msnsging Director,
Hastings and Granville Streets   -   ■   Vancouver, B. C.
Job Printing at the "Express"
The Commercial Union Assurance
Co., Ltd.
of Loudon,
England
PAID $4,250,000
Quickly snd promptly ou sccouut of ths San Francisco earthu,uake and Are.
How mauy Companies could do this?
Its assets iuuu uut to Illfi.OoO.uOO
A postal will bring our ropresentstlvs
PERCY  KING
Resident Agsnt
18 Lonsdsls Aveuue and Capilano Oar Termluus
Phones: Lomdalo 167. Capilauo til.
i
Photography for Amateurs
ByReffci
)i'. in... .ii..'.
THE OUU BfPHBOMATE PBO0EB8
In dealing wilh tbis plmae of III''
|iliolo|:i-u|iher'ii url, WO ure toucllllty
wbst' is probably tiie mos( iliflluult of
sll processes ninl one which only ny
penis to the iiiu-.l nrli.-.lic in In .1.-, and
In Ihoso especially wbo are side to
handle with some amount of skill the
arlial's pencil or brush.
It will be reudily admitted tbut lliin
ouly applies tu. tin anipuraliys.frw
snd it is to these I would particularly
address myself in tbia woek'a article.
The gum print tu une its shorter nuino,
if prupcrly done, |s a "lliiug of
beauty" snd uwing to ita permanency,
slso a "joy furcver."        ,
It must uut be iuferred from these
remurkH thst uuly those who can uso u
brush should allciupt tbe gum process,
bul certainly those wbo ure uble to
lo do will bo thu more successful.
The average amateur with practice
will in time be able to produce u good
print provided he will use care and pu
tionce. ,
There ure several things iu fuvor ol
this process, one of the chief being its
, Ii.n jn. For un outlay of about Iiu
ceuts oue may be iu s fuir wuy uf go
iug ahead or al least making u good
beginning.
All the materials required are n soft
Hat brush, live cuutH worth of bichruni
ale of potassium, live cents worth of
gum urubie, u lube of lump bluck liuw
ney's (lc), a sheet of Whutniiin pupcr
lml prussed.
The wbule outlay should not cosl
piore Ihun llfty cants und sufficient pu
per cuu be made to muke uboul in
llxl or du 4x3 prints from the paper
whilst the pigment will be auflicicnl tu
coat about four nr more sheets of paper
The mot hod is us follows:
.--iiiiii llie gum urul.il- ill sulllcictil
uuiu lo muke ibe solution tbe cuu
siateucy uf thick cream. Tbe Hi eliminate should be dissolved ill warm wu
ler lo u HI per cent, solution, 1 ol. lo
III ors. of wuler.
Stra|n lhe gum thruugh muslin when
perfectly dissolved to avoid any dirl or
I,in,I- I'our as much as required on I
u tlut s,urfsco such us a piece of glUs:
Stjuccrc uul the lump bluck und mis
well wilh u knife, ufter which add
equal parts uf bi chromale uf potassium.
l.u\ thc paper dowu Hat having previously damped Ihc back su us to get
il dul.   I'uuu ou lhc sulutiuu with the
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brush awl loftnn nut .tbs Jlwa---uSF-
ffiwuks (s badger softooor is best for
tills, but is not absolutely necessary).
Tlio'   pigment    should    be   junt    ilml,
Corners in District Lot 265—
BLOCK 8  LOT 16
BLOCK 13  LOTS 29 and 30
BLOCK 17 LOTS 43 and 44
Diitrict Lot 274-
BLOCK 140.. ..LOT 17 and Two Storey Building
BLOCK 168 LOT 5 and Two Houses
BLOCK 169   LOT 4
For Prices, Terms and Further Particulars, apply to
The North   Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company
United Liability i
North Vancouver Agenti for
LONDON AND BRITISH NORTH AMERICA CO.
Limited
543 PENDER STREET. VANCOUVER. B. C
Phone Seymour 6286 ^
m
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enough to show n Hue blsck lead line
tlirougli if matin on fat paper.
Wlion proporty coated dry the paper
bpne dry before the (ire and when dry
keep in un sir light dark place.
So long us tlie paper is damp it is
not sensitive to light. When dry it is
sensitive just, uliuut the same proportion
as ordinary P. 0. P. It is bpsl, bow
ever, only tu make as rfiucb ss is required to be used at uuce. Muke fresh
paper every time.
Tu print prueued exactly as for I'.
I). p. A guod'guide Is to know bow
long a certain print takes to print on
I'. 0. P. uml print the same length uf
time, flic difference being tbut no image
will lie seen ou lbc pupcr or u very
faint one only.
If the paper is mude right there will
be a slight glaic on the surface ow|i|g
lo tbe gum.
The mosl iniportunt part uf the process follows printing uud here will be
fouml tbe grculest difficulty. The tie
veloping. No definite rule cun be luid
duwu und different uutburitics, like
doctors, differ. One well known ex!
pniicnt will suy use tepid water, another
will say use unly cold wuter, still un
oilier will suy use bo! water only. The
fact is, whilst all ure wrong, all are
equally right. It dopc/mls upou the
length oi time printing has gone ou
and the slniigih of the pigment.
No Iwo gum workers will follujv ex
;nllv lhe sume lines but will uml, uc-
cording lo Ibeir own experience,
After printing suuk Ihr print in a
dish of clean waler I'or about live uiin
utes lu remove the surplus bi chromatin
As soon as the wuter changes lo u liglil
slruw colour change it for fresh and
repeat until tbe waler shows clear.
Development may be curried uul in
several ways. The print can be left to
develop by placing it in u dish of wu
ier fuce downwards uud leaving to
itself. The lime occupied muy lie from
one hour lo two duys.
The pigment will full away from the
pupcr to the bottom of the dish, tbe
high lights showing lirst and so on
Ihruugli lite half tones until properly
developed,   (.'old water only should be
used in Ihis cuse. Another method is lo
use warm waler uud lo work off Ih
pigment |.y Ulceus of a camels hair
mop ur brush, which should he gently
diildicd over lllc print under wuter. ■*,
Auulher method is to use line saw-
dust in the wuler und ruck the dish lu
and Iro lo muke tbe suwdust constant
Ij pass over the surfuee. This will give
a line impressJonuire effect if success
fully   .lune.
Tbe greul claim uf Ihc prucess is thul
perfect .uuiiui cun be kept over the
ilcvcltipincnl uud objuctiousblc feutures
removed ultogctlu'r or purls of tbo print
touched up In give strength where
needed. Iii a uunl Ihere is nothing in
lhc oilier processes which can
not be done in gum uud then ufter ull
that, more artistic effect can be given
by Su expert. The pigment left on
lhe edge of the negative can be used lu
touch uj. those parts which require il.
When developed the prinl may be dried
liy lite lire at once und il is perfectly
permanent.
I'ltlikc lhe luter process of oil puinl
lug in which the pigment is put on
ihc paper, gum printing is produced liy
taking off lhe pigment. It is uot nee
essury to use lump bluck. Any colour
will du liul lump bluck will be found
Les! fur tbe beginner.
Though the process sounds simple, tl
is without duubt the must diUicull  of
e
ull aud success cau only be attained by
constantly plodding along in Ihc deter
initiation  to succeed.
Tlte writer bus known many ama
I cuts lake up the prucess only lo give
il np in despair, whilst others bave
spent duys in order to succeed.
They buve beeu uiuply rewarded by
the exqujsile productions which huve
adorned Ihe wulln of the principal ■
hlliiliuns in Kugland and the continent
of Kuropc.
Those who ure familiar with Ihe gum
pnnls of I'l'l'l. Deiuacby, Ilan Jluulup,
I'ugc i'rof I aud other well known work
ers in this medium cnmiul fail tu be
struck with the beauty uf their wurk
which bus a quality uf its uwu that
cuiinol  fad to attract.
In a shurl article such as this it is
impossible to do more than sltiui the
surface of such uo important process
thiiiigh even if full details were given,
nothing but one's own experience sud
onsUut practice can ensure success.
i,iu. .linii.'. will be readily answered
on this or any other photographic sub
jocl.
About that Clubl .No post cards have
come in.'Nloos tbis menu lhat there is
uo interest 1 I think not. No doubt
there sre many who would join if sues
S club wero formed but Ibey should
soy so. Bond your post card slong;
sys or no.
The Canadian Bank
Commerce
Capital $15,000,000   Rest $12,500,009
	
North Vancouver Branch Now Located at the
Corner of LONSDALE AVE. and the ESPLANADE
A General Banking Business Transactecj.
' SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Interest is allowed on all deposits of $1 and upwards.
3. A. FOBSTEB    '.   Manager.
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CARLOAD OF BULBS
Consisting of Tulips, Crocus, Daffodils, Iris, Hyacinths, Snowdrops, Paper White Narcissus, Double Yellow Daffodils,
Double While Narcissus, etc.    Plant right now.
We have also growing at our nurseries the finest slock of
Roses, Shrubs, etc., in B. C. Call or wrile for om catalogue.
Cul Flowers, Floral Designs, Wedding Bouquets, etc., on
short notice.
SIMPSON & WIGHT
Phone 235
Cor.  I7lh and Sl. Andrew's Avenue
llon'l forget lhe competition for the
lies! I rimmed und mounted print. I'lus
ing dale Monday, Nov. lib.
Scud ulong ulso your prints for cri
ticism uny time ulso questions,
There ure still a few copies of the
Imperial booklet on "Faults iu negu
lives" on bund. They may be had fur
the tisl.ing if slumps lo cover postago
are enclosed. Wrile lo Itcllcx, CO.. llle
Kxpress.
North Vancouver Bonds
Highly Recommended
EMINENT    FINANCIAL    AUTHOR
ITY ADVISES LONDON INVEST
oiii; TO BUY OUB ifllv.V.l)
TUBES
The following clipping from 'London
Opiniun" Oi Ibe 5th ins!., bas lieen
handed lite Kxpress by Mr. II. II. Mac
I'hersuu of Newport, Kyfe, Scotland,
who is ul prescnl visiting iu the city.
The depnrtmeul uf "Slocks and
Shores" in this inlluetitiul publication
is edited by Sir John Milbsnks, vvhuse
appreciative articles relative tu tbe
merit uf North Vuncuuver bonds us au
investment bave previously been rcpru
diiced in these mlunnm Thc article
reuds uh follows:
Canada's Municipal Loans
'We have for a long lime past recom
mlcd   lhe   in ni  I u Imll   per  cent.
luans uf llie cily of New Westminster
und the eity of North Vancouver as
attractive securities to those invest
ors wlm require lhe maximum yield
with absolute safety. The fullowlng
extract from n cable message to lbc
Times on tbe IWrd SepleuJier is of iu
teresl as il sltowjj the progress thul is
being mude by thc llrsl of Ibe two cities named:
There were many Interesting fea
lures in lhe visil puid by Ihc Duke
uf Ciinniiuglil   today  lu  New  West
minster,   ile saw where this progressive city, whicii has doubled its pop<
ulation in the las! Iwo years, intends
to  create   Important  docks  in   lbc
broiul, deep Fruser river.
. As lo North Vumouver, wc consider
Ihul   lite  eily   will  make  phenomenal
progress.   II is lo be the terminus of
the mn I'unlie and tlreut Kuslern
Ilailway, und it is already practically
part of Vancouver ilsi'lf. Tne opcuiug
uf the Pauuniu cuiial promises largely
tu enhance lhc prosperity of the whole
uf iin- seaboard of Hritisb Columbia,
In addition to the railroad already re
ferred lo, il is believed that tbe Ureal
Northern Ilailway (U.S.A.) intends to
come to Norlh Vuncouver, and as tin.
city euniiol i'uii to share iu the extra
ordinary expansion of Vuneuuver it."If,
a corresponding rise In it- credit up
pears assured. Ji lm- lieie liun ripeal
clly staled that it is luun „| t ... |„
scriplion, which are pur. lm tilde ! low
Ihc price al which lltcy lune tu be re
deemed, which constitute tlie highest
yielding and lbe mosl proliluble invest
menls obtainable uf ihc very In-
grade; and we commend lo Ine mien
lion uf readers the lUkl bonds of this
city, Ibo UU issue of whieb can be
purchased fur ilit lis t'oupous arc pay
able in London (Slid Vancouver."
beal Option Offices
The office of llle Local Option League,
uow the "11. I'. Alliance, ' is al Dr.
Kruesl Hall's ulliee, lingers block, Van
couver. Ilr. Spencer's office is ul It
Flack block, and is lhe centre for
evangelism, prohibition und social ser
vice in connet-lion wilh lheulre services
in Vaucuuver. Dr. Spencer and Jus cu
udjutur, llev. F. O. West, are prepared
to preach and lecture in uny lown ur
city in liritish Columbia assisting Dr.
Hull, the churches, ur others Iu lhe pro
motion of chrisliau  work.
Tu remove slums on spoons caused
by using litem Willi boiled eggs, tube u
little common suit, moistened, be
tweon lite thumb and linger, und
briskly rub tbe slam, which will soou
disappear.
ATEINTS
in all Countries. Ask for our Inventor's Adviser. Marlon A Marlon. ISI
University Street, corner Bt. Catherine
Street, Montreal, Canada, and  Wash-
I na t nn. I). JC„ V. 8   A.
Silverware
Ws srs showing SD oxcsUout lias of Sterling Sliver snd I'latcd Ware,
nothing but the highest grado of floods. '
Our low expenses eusblo us to mark our prices much bolow thoio who
pay high rents.  A comparison will prove this to you.  Sec our windows.
SOMERTON
Ths Storo of *telity
sni htm Prices.
;ewbleb anp optician
100 SRCOND 8TMET.
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Advirtislug Bstss WW Vt QwotSMl on AwllrdsMnu,
Tbs Express is devoted to tbi interests of ths North Shore of Burrard lulet
exclusively. It constitutes sn advertising medium of sxceptionsl value for
reaching fn a thorough sod effective manner the population of Nortb Vancouver
Oity snd District. Bvery effort is made to give advertisers tbs most satisfactory
ssryics.
All changes in contrset sdvertissmants should be in ths printen' bands not
later tbsn 10 s. ni. Monday snd 6 p. m. Wednesday to sosurs inssrtion in ths
following issue.
North Vsncoursr, B. 0....   Octobsr 85, 1912.
VANOOUVBB   BRTPOWHBBS'   OBJECTIONS TO BBIDOE PLAN
r
The letter of the Vnncouver Shipowners' Asaociation to the resident eugineer of the Domiuion governinenl at
New Westminster which was published
in tbesu columns on Tuesday; accepted
by inference the project of a swing
bridge at Second Narrows, but request
ed certain cbsnges in the plsns uf tbe
swing bridge ss submitted to the As
■■iiciiuioii by the eugineer.
, In another column of this issue, will
be found the report of an interview
witli Mr. Donald <'iiiiiiiiiii. ti.V,., local
engineer for Burrard iulcl Tunnel and
Bridge (lumpany, which gives much in
formation pertinent to the points raised
liy Ibe Association.
A close perusal of these two utter
uncus points strongly to thu cunclusiuii
that there are very few considerations
of moment with respect to which the
two positions ure actually at variance
and that il should uot be found difficult
tu bring abuut an arrangement mutually satisfaclury.
Mr. t'aineruu shows clearly in his
interview that as the centra pier is at
preseut located, there is sufficient wator
ut all times in the suutberu draw fur
lbc passage of tugs and lighter craft,
ami that thc position takeu by a large,
ship passing llirough the main drawj
would be precisely the same, even if the
pier were changed, as suggested by lhe
\ ... i.ii i.n. These fads effectually
dispusc of the position taken by lhe
Association iu Ihis particular.
I'uiler their second clause, tbe Asso
cist ion ii.lt.n ate- a height of 55 feet
above  high  water.   In  reply  tu this,.
Mr. I'smeron shows that there are veryt
few craft uf'the smaller type which j
wuubl require such a height und these
iniild   easily  accommodate   themselves
lo the present height of the proposed
bridge, namely 16 feel, by arraugiug
slightly  shorter masts.  Du   thc  uther
hund   Ihis   needless   additional   height
woui.l   add   very  considerably   to  Die
cost  uf the bridge, chiefly because of
the   greater  length   uf   trestle   which
would be required on tbe Nurth Shore.
Witb respect to clause three uf the
letter of the Assuriutiou, thc reply is
simply lhat Ihs cunclusJous at which the
Assuciuliuu have arrived in tbe item
referred to are altogether erroneous,
thc bridge having been so located as
lo comply with the very requirement
whicii they suggest.
The net result, therefore, of the ob
jections raised leaves the project iu
such position that Ihere is no reason for
further delay in thc approval'of Ine
I'lun- of the bridge as submitted. In
justice lu public interests which have
beeu Subjected lo prolonged and vcxa
tioos postponements in the matter of
the coustructiou of this bridge and pub
Ile interests which arc suffering severe
ly at present because uf further unwar
ranlable delay as well as in justice to
ihc development of the interests of the
lower in.nul.m.j and tbe entire province,
il is lu be lu.) ..I that the department
of the Dominion Uui eminent which has
Ihis matter in band, will speedily reuder
a lnml decision favorable to the plans
as Ibey now exist and thua clear Ihe
way for lhc immsdists coustructiou of
Ibis, oue of the must urgeutiy required
public works in < uniidu today.
MB.  MONK'S BESIONATION
The i.-igiuiii.m of lion. P. I). Monk
us Minister of I'ublie Works iu Ibe lio
minion Oovcruueut, constitutes above
everything else, a striking couiincul
upun tbe sterliug iutegrily uf thc rbor
inter of tbe mau. Mr. Monk's an
niiiiiiceni.nl in connection with bis retirement from Ibe cabinet, indicates
iiuiitistakeably Ibal personally, be is iu
full accord wilh Ibe policy of l'remier
Borden ou the navy question sud that
bad be cuusidered himself free to fol
low his persoual convictions, he would
have remained iu Ibe cabinet, out of its
siauiichcst and most able members. The
opening sentence of Mr. Monk'i an
iiiiunceiiieiil ii u follows:
"1 was absolutely pledged that uu
"ttwg of such a character a* wu
"contemplated, with regard  to the
"naval question would be doue witb-
"out consulting the people, so that
"even  if  it  bsd   beeu  somewhat
"wore urgent, still we would bsve
"hid to claim for Ibe people tberigbt
"to exprsss tbsir opinion."
The above dssrly intimates tbst tbe
erne, m it wu ultimately sxplsiued in
full by tin British Admiralty,   wu
much mors urgent thsn Mr. Monk bsd
any idea Unit it was wlmlt he committed htuineli' tW a referendum, bul Ibst
having committed himself, be would
scarcely have felt freu under auy cou
diiiiim; to deviate from the cuurse
marked uut in his pledge. This, be
makes perfectly plain in a further utterance as fulloyvs:
"I felt | bad uo olher course opeu
"and to waive my right to keep my
"promise lo the peuple woui., buve
"been u betrayal of their trust in
"me."
Whether we do or do not sgree with
this view of the position, we must respect the conscientious convictions uf
the msn who linds himself in such s
situatiuu. It may bu argued that a
man mukiug a promise wi.tb meagre information at bis-dispusal, along lines
which be believes to be in the public
interest, might justly consider himself
free lu deviate frum thai promise, if iu
the light of the fullest information, he
considers another course advisable.
There is uu doubl that many a msn
in Mr. Monk's position would have
argued along those lines and would
have acted accordingly. Mr. Monk,
however, did nut follow such a course,
ami although many may pussibly think
that he did not adopt the wiser course,
yet the man's luyal adherence to the
high moral sluuilard which was eslab
lislicd by his sciisc of duty, must cum
muml the unstinted admiration of sll
classes.
Mr. Monk's action further reflects
great credit upon ilight Hon. 11. I,
Horden us a premier, eminently wise in
the choice Of bis colleagues and advisors, a quality of inestimable value iu
any leader, iu the interests of Canada, il is to be hoped that throughout
his entire career as l'remier, Mr. Burden
will be fortunate enough to have available a sufficient supply of material of
this surt, oul of which tu constitute
cabinet ministers as need may arise.
Thc ordinary individual cauitot escape
ihe impression that il must have in
Milted lhe tremendous struggle fur even
Mr. Monk tu decide tu cul shurl a poll
lual career of such great promise - a
career wbifh he bad fairly curried and
which he merited in the highest degree,
a career upon which he had entered
with the greatest rosl, which be bad
prosecuted fur upwind- of a year iu the
brightest possible msuuer aud which
gave every promise of exceptional ilia
Unci ion I'or himself uud beuchls tu
t'snsds -iu order to keep a promise
which was made in practically total
ignorance of the conditions which really
obtained iu those matters tu wbicb
lhat promise referred conditions which
proved lo be entirely different from
whut he in.n,pi,t them to be or tbe
people through) them lo he, when that
promise was made This act of high
devotion to his personal conception of
duty, upou lite part of one member of
bis cabinet cannot bul raise Mr Bor
den ss premier tu a yel inure elevated
position in (lie esteem of the Canadian
people and inspire likewise the utmost
coutblcuce upun'their part in a cabinet
of Mr. Burden's choosing.
Mr. Monk's resignation will be sin
ccrely regretted front une cud of t'su
ada lo lbc other sud probably iu au es
penal degree by the electorale n -i.i.ml
in aud abuut thc seaport centres uf the
Dominion During Ibe short period uf
bis incumbency, Mr. Mupk hsd proven
himself au enthusiast iu the matter uf
the   'I. ,' dopn.i nl    of   luilinniil   lilill.il-.
and bad given every assurance qf a
mosl enterprising policy aloug tbes)'
lines Matters bearing un these under
takings had probably been moved
along far cnuugb iu bis deparlmenl by
Mr. Muuk, however, to ensure couliuu
ity of policy iu this respect upou Ibe
part of the governmeut snd there Is
every reason .therefore, to hope that
the plaus so ably begun by the ictir
iug minister will be adopted and carried
oul by bis successor. Such beiug tbe
rue tlie prospect io this regard ia ali
Ihe mure encouraging from the fact
Ibst sucb s policy will Aud s most ar
dent supporter snd advocate upon Ibe
Sour of Ibe liouse in Mr. Mnnk,
fill cue. nnnum ui nmiaii invusiurs.
Sentiments, such pi Ibuse expressed in
fhy article emanating from lbs pan of
one Wbo is recognised ss ons' of tbs
-foremost authorities iu financial mat
lorn, Sn4 publisned in the columns of
0HS Of the.most influential publics
lions in tin metropolis, must assuredly
exert s most helpful influence iu cresting snd sustaining SO altitude favur
able to Norlb' Vancuuver bonds, ss
tbsy pit placed upon tbs London market
from tims to time.
Land Clearing and Grading Luls,
Pets Andruss, General Contractor. So
wsr connections s specialty, basement
Snd other excavating work undertaken.
Estimates free, vm itth atreet west
North Vsscouysr, post offlce box 8993
NOBTH  VANOOUVBB  BONDS   IN
LONDON
The appreciative opiuion of lbc in
vestment value of Nortb Vancouver
bonds wbicb we reproduce in another
column, from "London Opinion" ie an
otber evidence of the fart Ibat in Sir
John Milbsukf, tbe North Hhore bu
a tteofatt friend, wbo having thur
ougbly informed himself witb reference
to local conditions, doss sot hesltats
TAKK NOTIOB thst the Council of
the Cily of North Vancouver intend
lo carry out us a work of Lueal lm
pruvcuiriit the extending uf macadam
tu the curb uu huth sides of Second
Slreet from the Fast' side of Chesterfield Avenue to the Wost side of St.
(leorge's Aveuue under I'art 11, Divi
sion (H) of the Municipal Act, uml .in
loud lu assess the liual costs thereof
upun the real property fronting ur abut
ting thereun ur tu be benefitted thereby,
and thai a statement showing the lauds
liable lo pay thu said assessment uf
the names uf the uwncrs thereof so fat.
as cau be ascertained from the lust re
vised assessment rull, is nuw un tile in
lite ollice of the .Olty ''lurk and is
open for inspection duriug ufficc huurs.
AND NOTICK IS IIKKKBV (IIVKN
tbat the cuuucil will proceed wllh Ihc
said work or improvement as afore
said unless a majurity uf Ibe uwncrs
of the said lauds ur real pruperty so
to be assessed ur charged iu respect uf
such wurk or improvement petition the
council against such assessment within
fifteen days after the first publication
uf this notice.
W, AUSTIN BBOWN,
I'ily I'lerk.
North Vancouver, 86th Ocluber, Hill
TO FINANCIAL AGENTS
North Shore 1'ress Limited is
prepared tu euterlaiu propositions
fur a loan to be Utilised n Ihu cuu
«lruction of a boildiitg for nevs
paper and priiitiug purpose.., 11 be
erected uu lut 16, bluck I'ii, D I.
871, beiug Ihe north west curner ui
Firsl slreet aud Kugcrs jtciiuc. this
city. Full particulars may he obtained by applying tu the under
signed
OBO.  II. MOHDKN,
Manager.
North Vwiiwnwr
0|| the car line, Boom and board,
(lund iiccnmuiodutiuii for working men.
Contractor's men taken. Single meals.
Ifi)J {{. KASTCOTT, Proprietor.
SONS   HV    BNOLAND    VVAAViVV.
SOMBTV
Lodge Wsstsru Boss, No. we
Mestlngs of this lodge srs held in
tbs Knights of l'ylhius Hsll, curner of
Oiiesterfleli) avenue snd Fourth street,
on the flrst snd tblrd Fridsys in ouch
month, ui h o'clock p, m. ,
Communications and spplicstious for
membership to be sddresssd to Hsruld
Lees, secretary, P. 0. box 8811. 18 713
District of North Vsncouver
Applications will bs received by the
undersigned up to Hie Kith lust, fur
tiie pusitiuu uf point' constable to lhe
district uf Nurth Vancouver. Applicants
to write with purticulars uf experience
ami qualifications. Single man prefer
retl. Salary offered Sto per month wilb
sllowaiico for  uniform.
(Signed)      JOHN tl. FAKMKK,
0. M. C.
J'. 0. Box 171)1),
North  Vancouver. Ifi ID
IN TUB MATTBB OF W. H 8TONBV
t CO, NOBTH VANOOUVBB
111 pm.nan. e uf au assignment dated
August itlh, IkVl, lu the undersigned,
parlies indebted to the W. II. Stooey
k Compsny are hereby notified lOjpay
the amounts due at tbe ufficc ot tbe as
siguec, Wilson k I'erry, suite l), DeBeck
Building, .'nil Hastings street west,
Vancouver, 11. ('., ut thc earliest pos
Mble moment, who will issue receipts
for tame
W. .1, WII.SON,
Assignee.
I'bouc Seymour 1714.
N.V.WOODYARD
10,000 corda ef ary Ir wood for quick
uii Pries psr odd cords, $4.71. Bps-
dsJ quotation! for Isrgsr quantities
Out WtJod, M inches, $3.26. Is Indus
UM. C. 0. D.
Othu snd Yard -14th snd Lonsdslc
Phone 190.     P. 0. Boi 2432.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
The Scenic Highway
Arret* Ikr t'oailarai
Tin oun li llckrls to all parts uf the
world at loweat rales.
Thr popular route lo the
UIS i ou.lr,,
« u.l.•Ilr.
service
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lata*, aa*
Itpmrn
The moat up-to-date train
between Vancouvtr and Iht
For  iulu.  reservation!   and all
iii.'.i   in'"' ii""   apply   to
OK,   city   Passes,
«Kst
m   apply   to  /.
BOYS WANTED
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OtUt.
SYNOPSIS UP 1 IMI. MINIMI
BKUIII.ATIIINS
i'uul mining rights uf Ibt Dominion
In Uaiillolia, Huskatchrwau and AlUtr-
a. tht Yukun Territory, Hit North-weal
I', ii Hm ten and In a porllon uf Ibt province uf >!rlilth Columbia, may be leased for a term uf tweniy-ont ytart al
an annuel rtnlal of II an acrt. Nol
mon lhan I.SIO acrti will he Itated to
ono applicant
Application for a least mutt bt muiJi
by tht applicant In person lo Hit Agant
ur Bub-Agent uf Hit dlilrlcl In which
lhc right! applied fur art situated
In survived ttrrltury tbt land mutt
tie described by tedious, ut Itgul tub-
divisions of sections, and in uniurvty-
ed territory tht Iracl applied for thall
be stiii,,d out by iht applicant him
ulf.
Bach application must bt accompanied by a ftt uf H which will bt rt-
funded If tbt righli applltd tot art nol
available, bul nol othtrwlts. A royalty ihall bt paid un tht iiitrcbantablt
outpol of thi- mine at tht rati of (Ivi
cents per ton
Tbt perion updating Iht mint ihall
furnlih Ibt Agent wltb iwom rtlurni
aecounilng for tht full quantity of
mcrchantablt coal militd and pay tht
royally thereon If thi coal mining
rights art nut being operated, iuch rtlurni ihould bi furnlihtd it lent onct
a ytar.
Tht I" i.e will Include Ibi cuil mining
lights only, bul Ibt leiitt may bt permitted I) purcbue wbaltvtr available
surface ilgliti may bt conildtnd ntc-
retar> for Iht working of Ibt inlnetaSi
tht rati if US an acrt
For full Information tniillcatlun
should bt made to tbt secretary of tht
Dtparlment of Iho Interior, Ottawa, or
to any agent or Sub-Agtnl of Dominion
Lands,
W W COHY,
Deputy Minister ot Ibt lhlcil.it
N.   H    rii.iuiliiiii...1   puhii.uib.u   of
ibis  adrtrtlitintnt   will  nut  bt
for
yet,
Vancouver Buiineu Directory
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336 Hustings St. W.
Canads'a Qreateit Western School
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Corporation, Limited
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ESTATES   MANAGED
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KESTAUBANT8
All North Vancuuvir peoplt eat at
LEONARDS'
Kitbar Fleet Block or Hillings St.,
opposite tbe nsw poat offioe. Ijsuuard
stilt nil Us by tlw pound.
Martin-Scnour'g
"ii, "' .a ■ .■ i ' ;  1 '  "   " "—
100 Per Cent
nn—maammmm—man^mmmnnn—nnammnnnm-n
Pure Raint
IB BOLD SUBJBOT TtfT-HB FQLLQWWO 0UABANTB8:
WB QUABANTEE tbo Martiii-Beiiour 100 Por Cent. Furs Fslnt
(eicept s few dsrk shades that cannot bs propared from lead and
sine), to bs mads trim pure carbonate of load, purs oxide of sine,
with coloring matter in propurtlonato quantities iiecesaory to make
tbsir respective shades snd tints, with purs linseed oil snd tiirpon-
tins dryer, sud to be entirely free from water, boualne, whiting
sni adulterations, and sold subjspt to chemlcsl analysis.
Tbs Martin Souour Oq. Ud.
>
This ts tbs only Fslnt so guaranteed- becsuss it is the only
FUBB PAINT on ths market.
fJBT THE BBST. IT OOBB FUBTHBB AND LASTS LONGER.
BOLD BY
JOHNSTON & SALSBURY
THE HARDWAREMEN
90 Lonidale Avenue     Next to P.O.
First Class Dwelling House for Sale
TENDERS INVITED
Ws Invite landers for the purchase of now eight room sud base
msut dwelling house ou Sovoiiteeuth Street, near Boulevard on Lot 'll,
Block 16a, District Lot 000, 60 ft. by 167 ft. The building Is s vsry
substantia! out and has all modem conveniences. •
TBNDBBS stating piicu and terms of payment, accomumiicd by a
marked cheque for 6 psr cent, of offered price muat be delivered to us
hers not later than Bsturdsy, tbs 19th inst.
Tbs highest or suy tender uot necessarily accepted.
The Burrard Development Company Limited.
17 Lonsdsls Aveuue
IN8UBAN0B BBOKEBS
North Vaucouvor
Phone 37
SIX BEST SELLERS
'Bstween Two Thieve*"      (Author of Dope Doctor!
'Mirabel's Island"        Louia Tracy
'Ths Lady Next Door"      Harold Bogble
'The Long Portage"    Harold Beudloss
'Tho Wind Before the Dswu"  Hunger
'A Hau Ui tbe Open" Boger I'm ml.
Wc have uow rooui for sll comers St our nsw store.
J. E. Scouten's Book Store
(N. S. Book and Stationery Company),
■M 38 Lonsdalo Aveuue. PHONB 191
Houu Painting, Kalsomining
and Paperhanging
FOB FUST CLASS WOBK
SBB
Harding & Walker
1114 SBOOND STBBBT, Near LONBDALB
P 0. Boi till
Oso. W. Hardlug Andrew Wslker
A Double Ender
50x 175 ft. on two graded roads, 17th St. and Yorkshire
Crescent, close to. Fell Ave. carline, and all cleared and
nearly fcvel. A snap at (2,000, QH>irdcashM6>di2monil>i
Once Phone 173.
Bssldeuce Phone 398
MARTINSON & CO.
02 LONSDALE AVENUE
V. 0. Box 1S31.
' A
wmmna
NORTH VANCOUVER Regsrii your B. N. A. Havings Bank Book ss s sort of Dietyf wbicli recpr u>
..jilajflly. ypnf f Wgrsss towsrds prosperity.  ItW»---arf^^iWr'"Br"1tini"
BANK OF
British North America
sucei'ss'inotursj, iuulioiiiBsswiudyou.   f» there opt In yeur Nw'  It '">'
we will gladly |)ruvido out.'.
70 Ys»rs In Business.  Capital sut] Surplus Oyer $7,600,000.
j
Two Offices in North Vancouver, Corner of Lonsdale Ave
and Eiplanade. Upper Lonidale Avenue, near Mth Street
LYNN VALLEY
SECTION
Electric Irons
10 Days' Free Trial
Solves tbs Summer Ironing Problem
For im:.' wu are offering a "Iloi|ioiiit" of lbc 01b size, suitable lot
gouoril household use, for i i ■•" This irou is siiuilur to all "Ilotpoints"
' i-i tbut tho upper surfuee is unpolished,
The Bsv. O. B. Fskoly lius been cou
lini'il tp bis bed with uu acute uttuck
of pneunioiijs since Bundsy last.
•
.Special Thanksgiving services will
be held |n ihe St. Clement's, Knox nnd
Mi'iltoili'ii churches on Sunday.
Tbe l.ynn Valley basket' liali team
spent s very exciting ami enjoyable
liiinic 011 Wcducsilsy evening in l|iu
ball.
Tbo I.ynu Vulley Boy Scuuls aro in
vitutl to a Scuut puradu ut Ht. Agues
cliurcb uu Suudsy, Oct. 27th, st 10.45
a.m.
On Thursday afleriiuon Mrs. A, Ar
imii. uf l-'iniiiiiii' Houd, enterlained the
members of lbe Women's Auxllinry of
Ul. Clement's cbureb.
Owing to t|ic Uuv. p. l'l. Fskelcy's
illness, the Methodist dc-nouiiiistion
have |iost|ioncil their bunt|uet I'ur Munday not us prcciuusly auiiuunccd,
Ou Halurday, Oet. illth, at .'I p.m. u
league inalcli will be played ou the
Boulevard 1'ark, between teams repre
senling Luusdale and l.ynn Valley,
Tlie I ah ii Vulley leuin will lie: Uuul,
II. Douglas; backs, W. Barllctt, A.
liurruws; bulf bucks, Boqus, I'. Turbot
.1. O, Farmer; forwards, Aitkius, Mit
clicll, Hardy, Morr ami Sharp. On
Monday, Ort. iUlb, 10.30 u.m., Ooal,
Douglssj backs, It.nilcii. Burrows; hull
backs, PurdlC, Aitkius, Hardy; I'or
wards, Mitchell, Turliot, Sharp, Muir.
Heserves, (lanlitier uml llunl, lloi|iie and
11. Purdie.
PALACE HOTEL
Set ond Slreei Bail, North Vancouver, B. C.
Possesses the finest roof garden on the Pacific Coast.
Hand concert every Friday evening from 8 lo 10.
Hoi .nul cold waler in every room.
Kales:—
l.uropean Plan only $1.00 a day up.
Weekly Rales $3,00 up.
Meal Tickets $5.00.
L. RKDA, Proprietor
Ou Friday, Nuvember 1st, at t p.m.
sharp u dance will be given in the In
itltute Hull under the auspices uf llle
I,mu Valley discing club. Special mu
sic is being provided by Franklin 'a or
eltestru of Vaucuuver. The lloor of llie
hull is iu a liiic-cuniiitjuii and u good
lime is assured lo all. A scries of dun
ces will be given every Friday night
during tlie seasuu. Tickets may be obtained frum Mr. II. 1.. Thompson ul llic
nominul charge of seventy live cents tu
gentlemen,   ladies free.
Sec i(. I,. Tin,ui|u.ni. for insurance
and investments iu l.yuu Vulley.
Fromme block, corner Oentre lioud.
I'bone 611.
m ............     ,„,t, >• u IfHWIfF which wis
given s grost desl of trout)'11 to Returning Officers, wdsre ti)l vote bas
been SO clone I lml S count ol tbo ten
4«».i!i»l!s<i if lilmA, might titer llm
result of SD Election. .Section 1117 of
Hie "Munieipal Elections Act" makes
the "Miiiiieipul Elections Act" appli-
cublo to By-lsw Elections.
7. Section 00 pt tbe "Sections
Act" provides u form of notice pf
i,,iiiiiii:i|inu The said for«| isi referring
In Ibe nomination says: ''Tbe said
writing may bo in the form numbered
t in Hie schedule pf tbis Act." Tho
^prds "Tl|is Aet," bsve no siguiil-
'■uue iu s i'iiuii of nptice publis|iud
by advertisement, nud lbe word" "Tlio
Municipal Elections Act" slioulil In'
substituted Uiei.■i'iiiii. TAX BALKS: The thole question of Tux Sales should be gone intu
very curofully, but ss strong representations have already been made lo tho
goveruuieul direct, it Is uut pruposed
to go itilo the i|uc..ii nm ui length at tho
conference. My council, however, I'i't'J
tbut in uuy event, n eluusc shuuld be
introduced limiting the time within
which uclious claiming the selling aside
uf Tux Spies IiunM be taken. Atiutber
luinur puint iu connection with the T
Sale provisions of the Act, is lliul under
section ::ii- mention is made uf Ihe
suaucc uf a lleeil "upuu puyiucitl of
lbc fee liereiitafler |irovideil." There
is no provision in any sul«u<i|ucul, sec
tion of tbe net for a fee lu respect of
the Tux Sale Deed.
0. Uy the combiuod elfecl of sec
lions i.'IU, sub-sccliou (I), I'll sud (II),
as uuteiiileil by Section llf/of lbc "Municipal Acl -\t.i.-ii.iim ui Aet, llll:'," registered holders of Agreements of Sale
shull only be placed upon Hie Assess
men! Hull, when resident ill Ihc die
trict. II will be observed that Hie 1912
amendment dues not apply to sub sec
lion I'l) ol section tit. I venture to
lltiiik lliul Ibis was not Hie intention
uf tbe government, and aa a mailer uf
fuel, -uiii nn Institution is well nigli
impossible, us lbe A , ,,i would lie
obliged to take a yearly census uf the
district in urder tu ascertain whu wen
in luiiiii resident.
which me u)*rnet pm sppsrontiy Had
in itevelstuko nud passed u unanimous
resolution of thanks (o tbp councillor
und tbe municipal clork.
Ur. Farmer Incidentally made allusion to uu idea wbicb he hsd fpr S
long time cborisbod-tbst of having a
convention nf engineers pud clerks so
tbst pi'iifeiiiiioiiiii men pf these two de
puriinent,'! of inniiicipiil work coulil annually get tpgetber pnd bepolll from sn
iiilercbiinite of views.
SOQTT-MABKLB
The wedding louk pluee in tbe First
Methodist church on, Wednesday »von-
ing, nf Miss Syrclhj Adah Mantle
daughter uf Mr. ami Mrs. P.. ll. Mar
kle, ami Mr. .lultn Furrier Scott' Tke
llev. W. ll. Sehlicbtcr, psstpr of tbe
church, peiiinnii'il tbu ceremony.. Tbo
bride luukcil cliurroing in a gown of em-
broidured not over white sslin with the
bridal veil held in pluee by a bainleau
of i":nl and carried a boui|uet of
while cariiulions and roses. Mish Kva
Murkle, cousin uf the bride, who per
formed the duties uf hritlesinuiil, luoketl
chic in a dress uf pule pink murquis-
cite with shndow luce yoke. She carried a l niiipici uf pink eurnatiuns and
chrysanthemums. Little MiSs V., sister of tbe bride, made a very pretty
lillle Sower girl in u dress of pale blue
uliiul Tlte groom wus attended by
Mr. Idivorno Adams of New Westminster. After tlie ceremony u reception
wus held ut the bride's home on Oth
street where cougrululiiliuus were ten
ilereil the newly wedded puir.
A buffet supper wus served, ufter
which Hie bride und groom departed
for a sburt liuncyinuuu in Vicloriu and
Vicinity, tbo bride wearing u grey tail
oreil suit and u black beaver bal wilh
pule blue ostrich mount, Mr, uml Mrs,
Scott received inuny handsome und useful presents. Upon tlieir return Ibey
will reside in North  Vuncouver. ,
District Delegates
at U. B. C. M.
North Vancouver,
Nib October, IUU.
I cure wilb my nuked bunds, I cure
paralysis, iiidigesliuit, neurulgiu, lied
fever, heart trouble, especially pulpi
luiiun, lung uud kidney troubles, ulsu
any bladder defect. Maim le coses.and
eye defections nf any kind, stumu'li
troubles and ull kinds of stricture I
specialize in    I  can uImi beul broken
bones Also all kinds of feuiule Irou
liles aud irregularities, catarrh, etc
(Jive mc a trial in any uf Hie nbow
.iii-- and J will prove tu you Hie geu
tiiueness uf my assertiuns. i am will
ing  lu    .iui, nui,,   any   case
Continued from page 1
down Hie trees, and ciiurgc the cosl
lo tbe owner with Hie taxes, the His
trict having tlte same powers of collec
lion uud recovery as in the case uf tin
huwever' urdiuary taxation.
ilirouic where utber medical Then ban
failed.   Address, Kev. Ben Bonner, cu
Mr. Jucksuu, corner Keiln ami Sutb
erluinl  lids.,  Nurlli   Vancouver,  il.  ('. j subsequent provision of any kiml for
11' IJ i dealing witb  tendered  ballots in  cuse
6.   Section   til   uf   tbe   "Muuicipal
j Elections Act" provides that londorod
ballots lie not counted, und there is uu
II. SI'BDIVISIONi lu connection
with Ibe uppruvul of subdivision plaus,
the Council of Ibe District uf Nurtb
Vuneuuier are of the opinion ibal tbey
should nave power to insist that prior
to the imui approval of a subdivision
of uuy lunds inlo town lols the owner
sliould clear his land, ur al any rale
clear Hie roud allowances shown in bis
plau of subdivision.
The dcleguliun ulso advocated lbe
appointment of u sulicitur ou the be
bulf of llie municipalilies u( Ihe pru
vine* tu lie in alti'nduucc at Victoria
lo watch ail private bills in lite iu
Icrcsts of llic municipalities. He woold
en ilea vor to prevent blanket charters
and see in what ways,private bills
hm;Iii effect line or more niuuicipali
tics. Bulb I'oun. Bridgman ami Mr.
Farmer described sucli an appointment
as tbis as a very tine lliiug, and announced Ibal the suggestiou met with
Hie commendation of Hie Ciiioii.
The neve, Cuuu. Westover and Coun.
Ward, each referred in runipliiiicutsri
terms  lo the  excellent   representation
Musical Instruction
Miss K.  A.  Card,  A It CM , pianist
uiul teacher, pupil of Franklin Tuylur.
visits   Nurtli   Vuncuuver   Wednesdays.
•Vul Thurlow Slreet. Seymour CfisTL, '
IS. II
HAWKER WAS EQflENTfllC.
An English Post and Clergyman Whs
Married Hit Godmother.
$!pbsrt m*o IW. vm\fii)	
ricsr of Nprweostojr, Bnglsnn, mu sn
eccentric person. In bis younger dsys
ps used to daub (!ii Tilings pbjslcHn's
bant with stripes pf paint unUI tbs
animal looked like s sebrs and then
summon tbs physician bnsUly to sn
argent psss milts swsy In ths country,
two sldsrly women whom lis disliked
bs Is ssid to bars drlveu put ot tbs
town br sanding sll tbs underUksrs In
Plymouth to insssnrs tbem for tbslt
coffin*
Hll marrlsgs, too, wss put of the or-
dlnsry. It bsppened wbilo bs wu st
Oxford. Bis fslber tpld bim tbst bs
could not afford tp kssp bim tbere auy
longer. Hawker st ones sst ont to tbs
bams of bis godmother, Kiss Obstante
fans, twenty-one years bis senior snd
lbs possessor of so snnuity ot 11,000.
Bs Is ssid to have "ran from Htrattou
to Buds, arriving bot snd blown,'' snd
proposed to bsr. Sbs accepted bim.
Hs returned to Oxford s msrrled men
snd won s fellowship, 'tba msrrlsgs
wis s happy ons.
Wben bis wife died Bswker wors st
bsr funeral s pink bat without s brim.
Bat tbis wss In no disrespect to ber
memory. It so bappsned that It wss
bli usual headgear it tbst tlma
CARE OF THE CAT.
How Pussy Should Bs Corrsctsd snd
How She Should Bs Fsd.
It Un't i very nlcs task to punlsb
pussy It you're fond ot ber, but tbere
in times wbeu sbs must be chastised.
Tbis bl bow to do it, sccordlug to Mr.
Louis Wsln. tbe great sutborlty on
tbe fnsclnnting felloe.
lo tbe first place, don'l actually
strike tbe nit. A blow merely numbs
It And when tlio spine, wbicb Is Its
most sensitive part, Is struck particularly It tbe cul is old-It Is likely to
spring st the otrlkur.
Wbsn pussy does snytnlng wrong,
frighten the wrongdoer by striking a
stick on the ground. A cat Is most
sensitive to souuds nnd will connect
tbis nsw noise wltb wbat II lins dona
It feels more Intensely than most unl-
mnis; hence Its supposed ssvogery In
esses. Cats ars highly electrical, snd
It Is very good to bare ono perch on
one's sbonlder or knees.
Tbe best food for puss Is rsw meat,
chopped up, nnd unly one meal a day
should be given. Most of lbc mistakes wbicb sre msde in training cats
arise from an absence of knowledge
ot tbe cut's character ssd constitution
-Loudon Answers.
Noli
ce
To Whom It May Coucoru:
I, the uniler.itgneil, hereby give no
lice Ihut I Iuue withdrawn from purl
liership in Hie lino known as Baker,
Kvensoii and Company, Ileal Kslale
Agents ami Building Contractors, composed of Herherl V. Baker, O. A. Even
son and Frederick Turn, uf tbe city of
Norlh Vuiuuuver, H. (,', I will in fu
lure buve nu connection with lbe busi
ncss uf Hie said llrm or any new lirm
which may hereafter be organized by
the ."aid Herbert V. Baker, and Fred
crick Tarn
I Signed;
Nurlli Vn
ber, lllli.
O. A.
' ouver, l
KV F.N SON.
ind duy of Octo
I ii
"EXPRESS" CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
-j-
FOB BBNT ;    FOB'BKNiT   Colonial   Apsrluicula,
"'modern fuur roomed suites, beat, diaap
BOOMS FOII KENT   Housekeeping  pouring beds, elc, also uue furnished
ami single, ill iud streel east.     if. apartment  witb pianu aud phune. Al
^._   i lowutice made  lo  suitable  tenant   lo
FOH KKNT   Furnished ruum, healed.,look »'"'' ""'""''   *I'P'>' J' U'"""-'"'
Apply   ut, ilst  street   wetl      '■'■■'" V    *' *"''"'»''"■ l''"»"' '""
iill
FOH   HKNT   Twu  2 ruum   cottages,
with water It uml l». A. Smith k Cu.
TOU SALE
FOH HKNT Two nice lurge fur
nisbeil bedrooms. Apply (Mi Queens
bury Aveuue. II II
FOH  HKNT   7 room bouse, modern,
lii Sixth street eusl. Will rent cheap
lu «u11iiI...-1 tenant. Apply ili Kspluu
fli'lc Ksut.
FOB HKNT- druoined Hal near
ferry, 126 per moulh. Apply Warbuni
lit l'iano House. t.f.
FOB KKNT A buurc on HHh street
and Boulevard; alsu shack, suitable fur
couple. Apply F. Booth, plumber.   I.t
FOH HKNT Iroomed inoderii hpu
«es, fi luiiiulct frum ferry. Ken! IIO.
per unu.tli.    Fccrs k Houll, i'bone Its.
-f-
FOK KKNT   Kuglisli ludy lis* Spare
bedroom,  would  suit  two  geulll'inou.
Apply tt. V. p, O. Boi g6l!6.'  I.f.
FOH HKNT-Five snd eixl roomed
houses, all conveniences, ifill street
nud Jones, i'H) and llii per niosln, Ap
ply KarJond, Kill street, and Jjlcndry
Ave., N. Vancouvor. / • fil
FOH SAI.K   Honey. 1'ure, delicious,
heap.   Garden Apiary, llll J71 Is west.
ilill
FOB SAI.K Some furuilure, cheap.
Small beater, etc. uut used, fi. lilt
ilrd street wesl. I ll
FOB SALB—Unlimited ainuuul uf
cord wood or stove wood. Thompson and
Stuart, i'hune HI. tf.
FOB SAI.K Furnace wuud, Ur slabs
J. .1. Durim, pbone HO. Leave orders N,
V. Lumber Co. ulliee. Nil
FOK   HALK 'Apples,   Qrsvonstsln,
also apples for winter stuck.     Kecuc,
171b street and St. fMourge. I 11
FOlt SALK -Three ponies, weight
about bun lb. each, well broken lo ssd
die end harness. J. A. McMillan. Ill
FOH WALK -Snap on Western Ave
nuc ' ...»l..| feet, 191) feet from the
present terminus uf Lonsdule car. Cask
imu   Apply loll luil, street wetl. I II
FOH S'AI.K   Thoroughbred S. (.'. W.
Leghorn Cockerels, Si each. Apply T.
('.   Hue,   Qucgu's   slreet   west,   Third
lluilding from norlli corner I.onsdale.
Ji IU
WANTED
WANTED-A capfWeTaTyVbclp.
One to assist wilh child, fit Kigltlh
street easl.
WANTKD- Meat culler fur Satur
days. Apply Aveuue Meut Market, I.'III
Luusdale Avenue. ■       iu IU
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Kilher ul Kaslem Stur ball
or between K. 1'. Ilull uml Fifth street
uid ivory nugget brooch. Will Under re
turn lo Mrs. J. I'rool, 130 Fiflb slreet
wcsl, . it IU
MTBOELLANKOUS
I'rivalc lessons in French, llerinan
ami Knglisli. Apply 2611 Keilb Hoad
Wesl. |j Jl
WANTKD   (lirl fur general  hou
work.   No  washing, 807   lutli  streel,
cast. :'.- lo
Short lime luans uu vacant ur iui
proved property. Star 'Loan Company,
Sii Hastings, Vaucuuver. t.f.
Domesticated woman wishes position
few hours several days weekly. Hox
101, Kxprcss Office. 110 JU
Chimney Sweep urders takeu at
North Vancouver Transfer Co's. office
li Lonsdale, i'bone 11. Ill
WANTKD- A slroug girl ur woman
for buusewurk. Apply at SI. Thuinus'
iiul.' school, Sl. James' ruad, Lons
dale avcuue, Nortb Vancouver.     1 11
For tine watch snd juwelry wurk go
to Oeo. Souicrlou, lbc new jewelry store
ou ind ilrccl.
Wurm. newly'furnished rooms, 11.5(1
up. Iiu Sixth slreet west,'llrsl Wuek
frum   Lonsdale, jpj Jn
Board un.I room for one gentleman,
private liuine, near ferry. Breakfasl
timl lule dinner; toll u month. Apply
Hox AKS3. or, jt)
Wbeu needing eual or building su|:
plies, call up pbune Iti, Nortb Shore
Coul k Supply Co., Kickboms wharf/
L, S. Katun, manager Nolo name uud
phone number. t.f.
Hollend'o Ways.
Sea fishing Is ono of Holland's prln-
cipul iuduatries, and large Ueets of
sturdy looking fishing Inula are seen
at tbe seaside villages sud hamlets, so
uo doubt Ibis snd Ibo sluiost amphibious life tbe Dutchman.'leads niuoug
bis canals snd ditches account for
Ibe popularity of the fishing rod ond
Una Tbo country villages with their
white and green paluicd bouses and
pretty gardens nru made more ullruc-
IIve by lbc am vlvul In Holland uf Hie
imi'l ui em) ue old lime costumes of Hie
people tjiiiilnt linen headdresses and
numerous ample skirts mark Ihs
women. Equally ample trousers scv-
oral pulrs clui lie tbe men. Tbo children are miniature copies of llielr
Imi niii. In dress es In everything else,
even tu (be pl|w or cigar In tbo cubo of
boys. Everybody wears woudcu shoes.
American Traveler's Uazette.
Tempestuous Jupiter,
Direful study ol Ibe planet Jupiter
bus iiifnrded some rather Interesting
figures concerning Its rale, or rather
rates, of rotation These do not affect
Ibe uuiiili numbers In which tbo cqun-
i,iii.ii velocity of Jupiter's rotnUun Is
usually slated-viz.. about 2S.UU0 miles
per limn. But tbey furnish additional
proof tbat Hie moUoiis visible on Hie
great planet's surface aru not uniform
from yeur to year For obout twelve
yeurs the eiiuatorlul region appears to
buve experienced so acceleration of
velocity. Belatlrely to Hie surfuco
some thirty degrees north or south
Jupiter's ci|n.iim rushes abend with
hurricane sliced, between 'IUD ond 'Ml
miles an bftjr.-Cincinnati Commercial
Tribune   ■
B. ti. Livery snd Board stables—
Ligbt rigs and ladies' saddle horses
for hire. Stabliug for horses Oen-
oral delivery and heavy teaming. 11.
Dumas, llii street west. I'bone 817 t.f.
OITY OF NOBTH VANCOUVEB
FOB BKNT-Two /umbJied bed
Moms and silting room, euluble fur i
Or i gentlemen,' wilb or wlhnul board.
Alsu orders wuuted for clJldrcn's sowing. Apply Mrs. Curui./ Iiiu Cbes
lerfleld. I'lione Mil. ■■■■im
FOB SAI.K Kni! cissS cordwuud,
ft.-ui per cord. Spccisl prices uu largo
ijuanl tl ies, I'bone 1117. 29 IU.
FOB BALE-l'ure bred While Leg
born roosters. Apply; Oii Keith Bosd
West.
inlU
mil BALlMW growth fir wood,
li.it cord, c.n.d. Kxcaval ing Slid heavy
hauling apply John Ceinpboll, iii Ctb
street west. Fboue Ul. tl-10
WANTKD-Voung girl ss second
help for general housework, mornings
or pcnnaiieully. Apply Mrs. Kitcbiu,
1101 Mabou Avenue, Nurtb Vancouver. 80-JU
 '■—.
WANTKD-Tcndcn lot clearing N^
of lot 2, block Tit, I). L. tit. Apply Bus
itiWO, Nortb Vancouver. Wautctl, s second band bssiucltc. Apply above address, ifi 10
WANTKD-Flccc uf property, sixe
about :iui«u, located on Ifilb street between St. (leorge's sud Lousdale Ave.,
to orrct s fsctory op. Apply Box
WIS, Fpst Office, North Vsncouver.
MONK* TO UMN -Money loaned
uu   liun,nn,11, jewelry, furs. Slur Luan
(.V, tlii Hastings,  Vancouver,       t.f.
Bourn and buard in inudcru huuse at
minium rules. Knglisli cooking. -llll
7th street and Bidgeway Ave.    HSJJ
Authorised agent /or Singer Sew
ing Machine Company in Nortb Vancouver. J. J. McAlcccc, Dty Ooodt and
Ocnts' Furnishing1", corner First umi
Lonsdale Avenue. t.f
Orders /or cabinet snd picture /ranio
making promptly executed. Furniture
sud office tilings to shy design. Job
bing work sud ropsirs of sll kinds
specially attended to. Kstimates free.
J. K. llsyncs, 11138 Lonsdale Avenue,
North Vancouver, Fbons Llll.
Tenders arc invited of lols or tracts
of lund suitable fur the erection of a
Cily Hull for lbe City p/ Norlb Van
couvor,
All lenders must be nude uii u funn
to be obtained from lhe undersigned,
und must be made by the uwucr or his
Atluruey iiiiiiinii.'.,i by duly executed
puwer of attorney.
Tbe successful tenderer will bo called upon tu givo au option to tbo rity
in a form tuHirfactury to tbe City So
Ijcilor until Hie necessary lly-luws are
passed. The price will be payable, IU
per cent, within thirty dsys after tbe
"passing uf Ihe By law authorizing the
purchase and thc balance witbiu uine
ty duys thereafter.
Tenders must be lodged will tbe
Cily Clerk, flity llall, North Vsncou
ver, beforo fi p.m. on Monday, December
"ih. llHi,
. The lowest or sny tender no' ueees
ssrily icccpletl,
W. AUSTIN BjtOWN,
6 ii City Olerk.
Not Very Flattering.
Mary met Kmlly oo tbe streel. They
bod not Ken each other for ninny
yesr*
"Wby, bow do you do?" exclaimed
Mary, effusively, topping off the snlu-
tsHon wltb s fsw vague pecks sl
Emily's fscs.
"NOW, Oils IS. delightful.' snld
Emily, wbo wss older Iban Mary.
"Too haven't seen ins fur eleven yours,
snd yet you knew me st once. I
couldn't bare changed su dreadfully In
sll tbst nine.  II tinners me."
Slid Mary:
"I rscognlxed your bonuet."-l'opulsi
Natural EllSUgh.
Jolkusy-I once bsird s man ss; tbit
bs would rstber bs in sx-eoovkt than
soyiblng else be could think of. I'"ik-
ley-Tbe Ideal How ecceutrlcl Jolkloy
-Not it sJI. Tbe msn wss In lbe penitentiary ll tbs time.-Philadelphia
Ledger.    	
Mean.
Husband My. bul I wisb I bid your
longuel Wife Su tbsl yoo could es-
press yourself Intelligently? Husband
-No; so tbst i euuld stop It when '
wsntefl lo Detroit Free I'reos
Net Mmy.
Tbs msn wbo li slwsys crossing
bridges before pe rssebss tben doesn't
get orsr msny strssm-Cblcsgo an*
ort Herald. : ".-
North Vancouver Business
and Professional Cards
OONTEAOTOBfl
Hepulrlng, Rsmodelljng, ffitc, Prompt
ly attended to.
Kstimates Furnished Free
J, W. BAKER
lllll,IH.M.    llllVI'lUITtlll
Offlce; Plcklnson A Sun's Factory, Esplanade.  Fhone  ll'l.
Lynn Valley.
Residence: Allan
P. 0. Box SO.
X6S7.
Itoad,
Lynn
Ireek. fhone
PHOTOQBAPHBBB
CARBUTT
Studio   over   Bank   B. N. A,
Lonsdsls snd Esplanade
THE HAUNTED MAN
By D. W. HIGGINS
(Ooutlnusd Irm Lut Tussdsy)
TAILOBS
CIVIL   EN0INEEH8
ANGUS J. CAMERON
A.M.I.E. It S,
CIVIL ENGINES*
Irrigstion, drainage, levels, plsss
and specifications. Septic tsnks snd
bouse drainage a specially. P. 0.
llm '111, Itth ttreat wost pi liswioke
Avenut.
OBOOBBS
J. H. ENGLISH
0. S. OBOOBB
Ami general Commission Merchant, 13
Luusdale Ave., North Vancouver.
Pbons 324
E.LAURIN
High Olsss Udies' snd dents' Tailoring
Kepairing   Slid   Alterations.  Cleaning
and Dyeing in all its brancbet. All
Work gusrsntesd.
Ul First Strsst Weit.        Pbons 107
NOBTH   VANOOUVBB  TAILOBINQ
(J. Uui)
Lsdlss' snd (Huts' (tissuing,
Pressing snd Ispslring
s Specialty
120 Second Strsst Bsst
NOBTH VANOOUVBB, B.C.
TINSMITHS
TEA snd COFFEE
BUTTEB and BOOS
Wc ure specialists in these lines.
HUME & CAMPBELL
121A Lonsdale  Avenue
CABINETMAKERS
N.V. Tinning & Sheet Metal Works
First Strset But of Lonsdsls
Lowest prices and best work guaran
teed ou tinning snd sheet metal work.
SAW FILBBS
SAW 1'ILEH AND OBINDBB
All kinds of saws Iild ami tot on thc
shortest notice.   Uwn mowers, kuives,
hedge shears and scissors sharpened. All
wurk guaranteed, muderate priees.
D. DOWIE
1231 Lonsdale Avenue Phone Be
W. NIELD
WATCHMAKBBS
Cabinet Maker and Carpenter
Will undertake all kinds uf wuud Work,
repairs, etc.
Fourth Strsst snd Sutherland Avenue
P. 0. Box 2006
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
Is your Watch stopping ur keup: ig
irregular timet   if su, see .
A. J. HOOD
Pioneer Jeweller, liO Lousdale Aveuue
If Not, Why Not?
Buy your Groceries and Provisions at the North Bhore
Grocery, where you get the very tat goods at the lowest
prices.   Oive us a trial aud prove tins for yourself.     We
dou't carry any goods we can't guarantee.
A few of our specials:
Good Coffee at  26c  Ib.
Brooke Bond Tea at  36c lb.
Creamery Butter, 36c or 3 lb. for 11.00
Boiled Oats,   35c 7 Ih, sacks
Apples, extra fancy  (1.60 and 11.66 box
aenuiue  Asliiioit  Spuds  1136 sack
All guaranteed to be over tbree inches iu length sud Uie
grower's  name  furnished with each sock.
Good Chilliwack Spuds         11.00 a sack
Orders promptly delivered.
NORTH SHORE GROCERY
15th aud Lonsdale
B. W. BEBBY
Pbons 217
Houses to Sell or Rent
have some splendid buys at
P.;,..
Wei
Reasonable
Houses of all sizes to rent
Kxcellent four-room suites. Close in, $17.50 and $22.50
ALEX. SMITH & COY.
Phont 24.
NORTH VANCOUVER
P.O. Box 1820
1 strugglod to ttm myself snd sue
seeded; but he grasped me again. Tben
I realized tbst 1 wss iu tbp hands of
s stronger man tban inytUtai Again
I struggled sud again I succeeded in
freeing myself. )1 stsrtsd for the
stairs, hoping to avoid bint. By *t
strsnge fatality the Istch of the door,
which wss alwuys supposed to be -held
back by s catch, to allow roomers coming isle to bed to enter without srous-
iug the liuiiM'liuld, was sprung suit tbe
door was fastened tight. I turned snd
fsced tbs msn, making s fslnt ss If
|u draw a weapon. To my surprise be
cslnietl down iustsutly, sud Instead uf
SU aggressive attitude he assumed a
pleadiug toue.
"Forgive me," be said; "I was ex
cited.   I Iliuiiglit yuu must have heunl
what I always hear night ami ilay-'
moruiug, noou ami nigbt.   No mailer
wbure I am tbey aro always witb me
—thu soft patter, patter uf a child's
foet and tliu rustle uf a woman's ilress.
I hear them now— I hear them always,
if i lie down or stand up.   I bave gone
a thousand feet below the earth's crust
iu a mine and the suunds were tbere.
I have a.-, .-inici twu thuusaud feet iu
a hot air balloon, and all the time the
little feet and the gown madu them
selves heard ami felt in tlte atinuspltere.
Sometimes I fall asleep for a few min
utes and then 1 awake with a start
and the soonds break upon my ear ami
I   can  sleep no mure.    It  is torture,
torture, and it is wearing me uut.    I
cannot live much luugor—l  uught  to
die, anyhow.    I   am  a  lust   man.    I
.wonder," he added, with a deep touch
uf pathus in bis voice, "if Ihe sounds
wili follow me beyuud the grave—if
when  I  have departed fur tbe Ureat
I'nknowii   Lund  tbey  will accompany
mc and like accusing spirits give evi
deuce against   me!"    Ile  buried   hi
face in bis bauds and sceinod tu weep
I felt I ,,m1.1 listen uu lunger.   Thi
weird talk of tbe man, the feruciuus
air with  wbicb  he  bad accosted
the uncanny limn wlneli be had chosen
for the relation uf his truublcs to mc
a stranger, aud the fecliug that I was
unarmed and sntirsly at tbe mercy uf
a madman, if nut a murderer who had
fled from the scene of his crime alarm
ed me umi   I   knocked  luudly ou  Ihe
duur fur admittance.   Presently I beard
a wimluw raiseti and the rumble of a
t,in.ilmi voice broke like sweet music
uu my eager ear.
"Whu's <larf" asked the  vol"
"Bingo," I said, "come duwn aud
let   ine  in—quick!"
'Am dal do' locked I"
'Yes"
' Aiu't yuu gut nu keyt"
"Nu." '
Presently Kiugu Was beard descend
iug the stairs, then tbe duur was dung
back and there sluud the landlord un
the luwest step, lie beld a lighted
candle high abuve bis bead iu one
hand, while in the uther he carried a
short club. I recall that he wore a
loug white uigbtgowu of tremendous
proportions, fur lie was very tall ami
wide, lie bad au enormous mouth.
around the corners of which there al
ways played a smile, fur, like Mark
Tapley, in- was ever good nut md, even
when the sheriff's deputy dugged bii
heels, an ufteu u.currencu. Ou this
occasion hii head was crowned by a
flaring red nightcap, tied with tape
uuder uue of Ins two or three chins.
(Everyone wore the nightcap in those
days ou his bead. The present fashion
I  believe, is to swallow tbe  nightcap
OLAFOSER
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER
Fresh Fancy Cabs Daily
Yule Cakes, Coffee Cakes, Etc.
Whole Wheat and Dutch Brown Bread
Home-made Candy
"	
143-LONSDALE AVENUE-143
and wear it in unc's intcrual economy.,
Thc priiicuipic ligure tbe pour ubl
darkey eut as be peered intu Ihe dark
uess until bis eyes encountereil mine
can uever.be effaced from my memory.
Whenever it comes back to me I have
tu lunch, but at the time I felt little
like  laughing
"Hmgu," said I, "lend ine that
flub."
He lumpliuil and I turned swiftly
around lo face my antagonist. To my
surprise uo oue Was there. The man
bad vanished I listened auil 'failed
to hesr tbe faintest sound of retreat
iug footsteps.
"Wbat am de mat lab I " asked Hingo
"Tbere wu a luustir here who as
saultd me."
Tbe old man came out oo thc side
walk wltb bis caudle sud gawd up aod
down tbe rosd, shook bis head, looked
st me esruestly for s moment snd
then ssked, witb one of his inimitable
aod   never to be forgotten   grins:
"Has you bin drinkln'f"
"No,  Hingo,"  I  replied,  "not s
If pa,"
"Well, dsr sin't ne toons tick bsr."
"No," 1 ssid, "he's run off"
Bingo shook bis besd again, chuckled
snd grinned  until the corners tl bis
vast inoutb lost themselves somewhere
in the neighborhood of bis capacious
esrs, then, wltb the sir of s fstber
admonishing S wayward child, be point
ed bis fat forefinger st me ssd ssid
solemnlyi  "You wm st tbe fashion
lsst sight.   I seen you dsr.   Keep dst
up, young ms, snd sU»d of loons
ticks you'll sua juiakes ipsx' Mine.
You'd bsst go to bed snd sleep it off,'1
i siwsys liked Bingo snd knew tbst
bis advice, although most unnecessary
on tbis necssion, VIS well meant, so
I said nothing aiid marched ulf to my
robin. While 1 wss in tke set of disrobing s knock csme st tbe door.
"Who's I burnt" 1 ssked.
"I wsnts to kuow," ssid Hinge's
voice, "if I sbsll send yuu up a cocktail in de muriiiu' tu stssdy yer
iierbest"
"No," I thundered.
Tbeu 1 heard tbs obi msn laugh as
be shambled uff aloug the passage and
all was still. I slept souudly sud iu
the murniug tuld Haylor Sll sbout my
encounter, smi be proposed to "run
Cole in," which is police psrlsnce for
arresting a man. I begged liim to wsit
awhile and see if we could nut lind
uut mure abuut Ihe stranger ami his
antecedents. Hii the hsnd uf justice
was .-tavd
t-cvcial "lays passed ami I saw
noilnnp of Huie. Haylur told mc that
he met bim nearly every uight autl
that une day, under pretence of wish
ing to see another man, he hail knock-
I al room No. 4, Fort Street Chain
hers, and the door was opeued by Cole
iu pursun. The visitor was invited tu
outer, "snd," .-aid Haylur, "1 fouml
everything iu urder. Ife had just
got uut uf bed, but the ruom was
bright and all the appointmeuls were
.cleanly. There were nice white sheets
uu the bed and there was a pretty
In.11uuin set. In uue rurner a grsle
tte was buruing ami at the warm
blaze the man cuuked bit meals. Takeu
altogether, he's much belter Used than
I am,.and I'd hate tu have bim luuk
intu my sleeping quarters afler seeing
his."
"Did yuu   iind  uul  im 11 Iii ii p  mure
about Intn t" I  asked.
"Nuthing. eseept tbat I saw a da-
guerreutype case un the table. I tuuk
il up and upeued it, aud got a glimpse
uf a very sweet looking youug woman
with a 'luld of aboul three years uf
age at ber side. I only had a glimpse
because Cole, wbo was busy al the
grate making uie a cup uf lea, turued
i|uirkly aruuml ami ture the case frum
my I,nmi-. muttering some wurd that
sounded much like an oath, and put
il in bis pucket. lie spulugiiied in
stautly fur his rudsuess, sayiug Ibat
lie had one uf bis ijueer turns. Ile
utfercl no explanation fut bu singular
inuii., i, but th,- rest uf tile lime that
I wss tbere be shivered dike a man
wilh the ague aud kept hearing things
I ant sure he did, because be often
luuked over Uis sbuuldcr and twice
gut up aii'ls^ei're.l under the bed ami
tabic."
"What do you make uf the fslluw
auyhuwt" I asked.
"I put it up tbat he's an escaped
murderer frum somewhere, lhat his
victims were Ibe wuman suil child
whom I saw in the case, aud that tl is
their gbusts that bauul bim "
I mel Cole in.,,., i,ti-. iu the day
time, but never again at uight. Ile
leemed to avoid tbe settled j-mi of
tht town afler suuduwu I was tempt
ed tu call at the Chambers, but uever
yielded tu the temptatiuu. Vp be
frank, I stuud iu wbulesume dread of
ihc man I regarded hint as a erany
uniinal, and I had uu fancy fur an
uther encounter witb au irrespuusible
person such as be clearly wss.
Cue day Haylur came lu mc Ids
eyes were dsucing in Ins bead wilh
excitement, and as soou as the duur
was closed and the rest of thc world
was shut uut nt my room he began:
"Yuu   know   that   puur  soul,  Cols I
Of course you do.   Well, when I picked
up Ihc daguerreutype case io bis room,
u I told yuu, 1 saw "Hhsukliu, da
guerreutypist, i'ittsburg, I'enusylvauis,
V. S. A," stamped uu the gilt rim that
surruundi'd the pictures.   I only rsughl
a glimpse, but I remembered the usme
ami address, and I wruts to Hhsukliu,
etc., sud  tuld  bim  aboul  seeiug the
portraits witb bis name uu as maker
and ssked if he knew Ihe parties    I
alsu described t'alt as well u 1 euuld.
Todsy   I   got   sn   Suswer   from   Mr
Hbsoklin telling me tbst my iufonua
tiou is most valuable, tbat there bave
beeu animus enquiries made for mauy
months as to the whereabouts of one
James Coleman, who disappeared two
years bsfore from Pittsburg, tbst the
portrait* sre those of bis wife sud child
aiiiMuni tb* descriptiou I gave of tbe
man auswerd the description given of
Jsiucs Colenisn iu S Handbill Mot out
by tbe police and which I oow bave,
Then,"  continued  tbe  detective,
bsve i letter signed by oee Tsrbell,
wbo calls binnclf chief of police, ask
ing me to keep a clou watcb on Cole
aud belling ue tbst s party will leave
i'ittsburg immediately for Victoria to
Uke bim ii charge.  Ho I bsve located
bin St lsst," coneluiled Haylor, "ssd
be sbsn't slip through my Augers.  He
undoubtedly  murdered  bis  wife ssd
child snd tbst Is why be is haunted ky
Ihem.   De 1 believe In ghostst   Yss,
from this on I sa * bslUvsr is thn».
titl, snd lis Vii) bs surely hsugsd for
bis ctlms. No wonder tbst bs besrs
tbs footfsits nf s child snd tbs »wisb
of s wotnsn's dress. The scoundrel I
I sm surprised tbst tbsir dying cries
do net bswBt Mm, toe." And so tbe
detective rattled nu sfld on, until tbs
subject bsing eshsustsd, he retired snd
left me to my redactions, which were
not of. t.e pleussntest. J Agreed with
Haylur- Cole was a cruel murderer whs
wss sbout to bs punished for bis crime
thruugh tbs assistance given by •gouts
from tbs spirit world. "Bs sure your
siu will Dud you out," 1 ropested over
snd over sgsin ss I wsltsd impatiently
the coming uf the day wbeu Cole would
be laid by the heels snd seut bsck tp
Pittsburg for punishment.
In those "lays it required ubout sight
weeks for s person to reach Vietorls
vis Panama ami Hau Frauciseo from
New York, sud nesrly two months fled
before anything mure wss bosrd from
the Kast. It wss in tbo montb of May
that Baylor came to me witb a queer
louk on his uaually limiiubilu face, ami
ssid:
"Those parties arrived last night I"
I uuderstootl Ibst lie meant the parties iu quest uf Cole. "Yes," be continued, "aud 1 have arranged lo point
the man out tu them tudsy."
"The villain'II be much surprised,''
I remarked.
"Yes, i mice,l," returned Haylor,
"and he'll nut be Ihu uuly surprised
persun' either. There are uthers who
will bo astonished."    ,
' Du you mean that his crime was
shared by uthers who arc nuw beret"
"I mean lhat t'ule will nut be tbe
uuly surprised party Unlay. Ouud
murniug,' 'ami he hurried ulf tu keep
his engagement.
Abuut fuur u'cluck tbat sfternubn
Port Htreet was the scene of a very
remarkable incident. f\ tall, dark
man was seen lo emerge from the Fort
Htreet Chambers and walk rapidly to
want Douglas Htreet. As be neared
tbe corner, Haylor stepped out uf a
doorway ami accosted bun Tbe man
shook tbe detective's huml warmly.
Haylur laid a hand un the oilier.- arm
ss if lu detain him, and the two engaged iu an animated cuuversatiun fur
few minutes.    The detective after
lnl
he
ward described the, interview as
lows:
"Have yuu heard them lat.lv i
asked.
"Yes, I hear them all tne time, 1 -nt
nighl and this murniug they were wuru
than ever."
"Huw du you account fur tbem I"
"'Ih'    I   .Iiui'i   knuw.    It   must   be
nervousness."
"Did you ever du suytbiug wrung
- did yuu ever kill siiyune, for instance t"
"Nu, uu, thank (luil, nol" be re
turned with fervor, "at least uut In
leuliuiially; but I knuw tbst the wu
man and child who haunt me are dead
sud that i murdered them by my ill
conduct."
Htill returning his huld uu tbe uther's
arm Haylur turned him slowly around
till he lai'd the east ami tbeu beckon
ed lu sume person who stood witbiu s
store.
"Do you hear anvthing nuwt" asked
Haylor.
" No—yes—yes! 1 hear bebiud me
a child's footsteps, smi—ob my Uudl
the rustle uf a woman's garments. Do
you uot bear tbem I Yuu must bear
tbem. Tbey arc clear and plain.
"Yes," returned Haylor, "1
tbem distinctly uow- for the
lime I bear tbem."
"If,!,u-, me!" eiclaiiued the man,
"I musl walk un until the end:"
lie tbruws uff tbe detective's grssp
and turns swiftly aruuml, as though
prepariug tu fly from the spot. He
starts convulsively! Merciful heavens!
What is Ibe sight that meets bis freu
/led ga/c and makes him reel like a
strong mau suddenly struck with dealb,
while be clutches the Ibin air for sup-
msl in psin snd fsiis nseswsrn.jus,
ss s young womsn spd I little girl
advenes wltb streaming syss and outstretched bands.
"Tbsy told ms you and Dorothy
were desdl"hu gasps.
"jen>—Misbsnd—bsve I found you
lr last! Thank Ood, I did not dial"
tbs womsn cries in pitiful accents.
"You were uot to blame. Jt wss tbe
work of tbst wicked womsn who led
you sstrsy, Jem—desr Jem I—I for-
give everything. Coins boms snd wu
sbsll be bsppy once more. 1 wss very
sick, for I loved you sll the' time, but
I felt Ihut some dsy we should lie
brought together uguin. Come, desr,
cornel"
The msn niskus s motion ss if be
would Dy; but the wnmsu grasps bis
baud and implores him to hoar her. Hu
pauses ere his flight has begun sud,
wltb tbe ever-ready Haylur ou one side
sud Ibe woman Slid the child on tin'1
otber, suffers himself tu be led into s
llttls room st tbo inn of tbe store,
snd' there, Hsylor ssid, be left them
lucked in escb other's onus and shut-
diug tears as if their overcharged
hearts would bresk.
"Ho you still believe iu ghosts, Hsy
lor I" I ssked s dsy or two ufterwurds.
"Wsll, no; uut essctiy. liul I believe in a conscience, although I don't
know that I have got one myself. It
was remorse that ailed Colo or Coleman He |iad deserted his wifo and
child and was afraid lo return ur write
home. Hhe loved him ami paid thc
Pittsburg puliee to buut him up, for
ber father has heaps uf money. Ilis
conscience made him a coward and
made him hear thiugs. But, by Juvc!
it tuuk su Australian Irishman to
bring them together again, ami my feu
was (1,111111, which i bsve gut sine
enuugh."
"Dues he -.till bear things!" 1 asked.
"Oh, yes, lie hears the childish fuol-
falls ami thc woman's garments swishing; but he uuw sees as well as hears
thc child and the wuman and docs not
fear tbem auy more. Tbey will return
borne. It was a lucky thing fur all
concerned that I picked up that da
guercutype case, wasn't itt"
I acquiesced aud thc incident  was
cluaed   when   Mr.  ami   Mrs.   Coleman
auil child, united and happy uuce mure,
lefl fur home on the uext steamer.
THK END
*•
hear
flrat
Notice of Sale
IINDKK and by virtue of the powers contained in a certain murtgage
whieb will be produced at Ihe time uf
sale, there will be offered fur sale by
Public Auction on Tliursduy, ,'llst dsy
of October, 19)2, at the hour of 11
o'clock iu tbe fureuoou at ruom 111,
Davis Chambers, 81!) Hastings Htreel
west, city of Vaucuuver, British Col
unil,ia, by ilu,ma- Hhirley, Auctioneer,
the following property, namely: "All
ami singular tbat certain' parcel or tract
of land situate, lying and being in the
Municipality uf Nurtb Vancuuver, i'ro
vines uf British Columbia, ami knuwn
ami described as l.ut I, bluck I.'i, in
subdivision uf District l.ut WD,"gruup
I, Vancouver district, according tu the
regislered map ur plau uf said subdivi
sion depusited in the Land Begistry
"iu"- at tbe City uf Vaucuuver in said
pruviuce.
Terms, ltd per cent, cash, halunrc uu
production of deed.
Por further particulars aud condi
lions of sale apply to P. M. Mci.eod,
Ksq., room 2, Hartiiey chambers, 1147
Peniler street West, Vancouver, II. ti.
Dated at tbe I'ily of Vancouver, 11.
(',, Oct.  1Mb.  Iill)!.
When sunt falls upuu the carpel it
may be remuved by sprinkling on
plenty of finely puwderd salt, and
sweeping uff ill the direetiuu uf the
fireplace, iiepcat till the marks arc
all gone.
Western Dominion Land & Investment Co.
UMITED
With Which Is Incorporated
Bevan, Gore &. Eliot, Limited
North Vancouver Branch: 67 Lonsdsls Avsuus, opposite Pest OUcs.
BssrsssnUng Lym Orssk Zinc Mines Ltoiiud.
Ws sats money for Agreement* for Hsls.    Nothing too lsrgs or too
We have some good, inside buys;
also good acreage listings Lynn
Valley Sub-division.
4 Ut ut quote you r»t« on Fire, Life and Accident
INSURANCE
McMillan & rod
Pbons Ut.
10 WWIDALV AVENUK
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THOMSON ESTATE
WEEKLY BULLETIN
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THERE 18 VERY MTTLE ENQUIRY FOR ORDINARY PROPERTY IN THE CITY AT THIS TIME, DUE
PROBABLY TO THE PROTRACTED NEGOTIATIONS BETWEEN THE VARIOUS MUNICIPALITIES AND PUBLIC
BODIES AROUND BURRARD INLET AND THE DOMINION GOVERNMENT, REGARDING THE SECOND NARROWS BRIDGE.
THERE IS, HOWEVER, NOW NO UNCERTAINTY AS TO THE PUNS OF THE PACIFIC GREAT EASTERN
RAILWAY, WHOSE ACCESS TO NORTH VANCOUVER IS WITHOUT OBSTACLE, OTHER THAN THE QUESTION OF
RIGHT-OF-WAY THROUGH THE MUNICIPALS OF WEST VANCOUVER; AND THIS MATTER WILL BE SETTLED
BY THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT ITSELF.
THE PAST YEAR HAS SEEN A REMARKABLE CHANGE ON THE PART OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC
TOWARDS THE WEST END OF NORTH VANCOUVER. SINCE ATTENTION HAS BEEN DRAWN TO THE WHARFAGE PUNS OF THE LONSDALE ESTATE ON THE FORESHORE OF DISTRICT LOT 265. THE FIRST UNIT OF
WHICH IS COMPLETED, A WIDER OUTLOOK HAS OBTAINED AND A BROADER AND MORE OPTIMISTIC FUTURE
CONCEDED BY MANY WHO WERE PREVIOUSLY NOT FAMILIAR WITH THAT SECTION.
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. THE THOMSON ESTATE OF 116 LOTS IS SITUATED ONLY 1100 YARDS NORTH OF HIGH WATER MARK AT
THE FOOT OF BEWICKE AVENUE. THE PROPERTY HAS AN EXCELLENT VIEW OF THE INLET; HAS BEEN WELL
SLASHED; AND IS ENTIRELY FREE FROM STONE OR ROCK.
EXCELLENT RESULTS HAVE BEEN OBTAINED FROM THE ADVERTISING GIVEN SO FAR.  THIRTY LOTS
HAVE BEEN SOLD AND SETTLED FOR; AND ONLY THIRTY MORE LOTS ARE OFFERED AT THE PRESENT PRICES
WHEN THESE ARE SOLD THE INSTRUCTIONS OF THE OWNERS ARE TO RAISE THE PRICES OF THE
REMAINDER 25 PER CENT.
IT ONLY TAKES $170 *\S FIRST PAYMENT TO SECURE   tC7C fn t7AA
ONE OF THESE EXCELLENT LOTS.      PRICES FROM   *"•> ro fiW
CALL AND SEE THE SOLE AGENTS WITHOUT DEUY AND REAP THE IMMEDIATE ADVANTAGE OF
THE RAISE IN PRICE.
Phone 225
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52 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver, B. C. meraww «vun oi
Governor-Gdieral
AWABDB   RV?r«sBM8{r9fAPY
MBtUJ, »0 WOAIi TB9H
BOHOOL BTUDBNT
His Hoyal Highness the Puke of (Ion
naught, (lovernor-Oencrul of t'liuiidii
bus, linen pleased to favor Nortli Vulieouver wltb still another sckuowlinljj-
ment uf his luyal reception, in this
sity on September liOtlt. Upon that iluy
the Duke, It will he renumbered, mm-
nienicil particularly upon thu greeting
accorded lilm liy lhe lucul scbnlurs suit
ll is lu these young people thul the
infurniniiou received by letter yeslur
ilay will be of prudntninsnt interest.
Thu .■iiiiiiiiunicuiiun in quuslioti einan
llled  frUIII IliO edllcilliulllll ulliee ill  Vic
toria uiul wus forwardod by tbe lion.
Mu: Itubini.iiii.l.l, 11., Superintendent
uf Kilucatinii, lu Mr. Ueurge Campbell,
se, i.i 11 iv lo the local board uf school
nm.teen. 'I'he letter was as fulluws:
October liiinil.
"Dear Slri-
•■ i inlel separate cover I am forward-
"iug to your address a supplementary
LONSDALE
CARLINE
EXTENSION
The Cheapest Buy on the
Avenue is the S/2 of Lot 34,
Block 228. D. L. 545. Price:
$3,000 on very easy terms.
THIS LOT HAS 35 FEET
FRONTAGE
See our list of North Lonsdale
Properties
HOODtSOUTAR
213 Lonsdale Avenue
■■1|IS   IIUJUI    uttmwa   Ht'   wsmrifi
'iQenergl as a msmento of tho visit
' 1 paid by himself snd tbe Duchess of
"('BlIHSught ti) ffgrtl" Vsncouver this
"year
71! Hindi 8^.
"broimu modal has already
"SWVllail tfl lln- student niftlgljg tbs
"hif)h.sa( mark iu,,t|lS bigb schuul tp.
"traimu esiiiiiiiiulioi) Imi'l at the end flf
a Jniis.lgst, tbe department has ilncideil
"thut this supplementary mud sl slioult|
"|,u uwarded lu tho pupil making the
"second highest mark in ibat oxeminu
"Hon. 1'his pupil is hppm M. Oitibpn.
"Will you therefore, present tbis medsl
"to I,nitric ilibhun Slid esplsill why the
"modal has bueti given sud bow lbc
"award has been mudo.
(Sgu.) AOTAN1TEB BOOTNBON."
Iniineilialuly upun rocuipt of tin
iiiedul, which at thu moment pf writing
bus not come to hund, tbs presentation
to Laurie If. Oihwiii w||l (#lic place
The (lovernor (Icnorsl's inednl for lbe
In, hunt murks ulliiiueil In Die eiitrsnce
examination, It will bs n m.-niln'r.-.l,
wus uwarded to ileatris 11. M. I'arris,
un tliu occasion uf lbc Huyal visit tu
this eity. ' ,
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Trip
Sixth Field Company
Canadian Engineers
Orders by Captain J. Eadss Wsrd, Com
msndiug October 23, 1013
No. 66. Enlisted
The fulluwiug men having been duly
attested are' liereliy takeu un tiie
strength of tbe Company:
Nu. Hii. tapper I'. Carey.,
No. 1)5.   tapper P. P. Clarke.
No. 67. Duties—
To be orderly officer week ending
November '.'ml. lilll.': Lieutenant 1'.
Ward.
Next 'for duty: Lieutousiil I. K. Cue-
grovs.
Tu lie urderly sergeant week ending
Nuvember 2nd, 111,111. Nu. I, Sergeant
W. II. Fleming.
Next for duty:     No. t. Sergeant li.
('.    "Ui'l,lull
No. 68. Promotions—
The ollicer commanding has been
pleased tn approve of the following:
To lie 2nd corporal No. 78, Sapper 8.
,1. Keen.
No. 69. Parades—
The company will parade at the drill
hall, North Vancouver, every Tuesday
evening, ul 8 p.m, until further orirWed.
Dress: Drill order with rilles aud
stileurins.
K. K, HOBKHTSON,
Acting Adjutant
Mr, A- ft' fyH1-')' I'lm^i tt tern d»V»
to8Illllr-.flSBerjl's|'jU(g fr9IB_IB.jat"»|l''|l ti'iV tlirnu|ji the
newer |iorti»ns pf the lower coast dis
trict. Thu greater purtiun nf thu time
during bis trip was spunt abuut I'uwuli'
rivor sni) lake. Mr. 8ta«sy wus great:
ly impressed with tbu msgiilludu nf tba
wnfks owned tpd operated by ihe pulp
and pspsr Pflinpsny at I'owell river He.
Stilus that tbs cnmpany has nam 1
plant which ensl two million dollurs,
giul tbey irs contemplating extensive
iucressus therein. Tht staff at present   unipluyeil   number*  que   llm.cumi
men, the mills sru turning nut IWO
fpot per- mlrratsTlf newsprint with s
width uf l" feut » inches. Mr. Staroy
status tbst be saw papur ivii'ly for
shipment addressed to cities and towns
all tne way frnm Vancuuvur to Uew
Vurk, lis wss informed tbat Ibo facil
ilies of tbo coinpsby srs stp'li snd their
ruw material is pf such a nature thul
lhe cunipuny is able to pay freight
■ lun,".-. ami compete with companies iu
thu eastern markets. Operations sre
as yet ciiiiiine.l tu tbe manufacture of
newsprint, but the Unci lines will likely be added elmrtry.
The Sixth Field Compsny Canadian
Kngiueers hobl their initial dance to
night in Hie drill hall, Ksplauade west,
otherwise known ss Lersou's I'uviliou.
$1.00 down, $1.00
per week
The Canada
Pride
A Malleable
Steel Range
In the last year we have sold over uuv liumlrcil uf these slows iu
Norlh Vuncijuver. This year we expect even u belter record. If you
used u reliable range, il will pay yuu to see Ibis one before decidiug.
We guarantee absulute satisfaction on every range.
Patterson & Goldie
Phone 66
HARDWARE
105-7 Esplanade WeU
BBNEBT DAY
St. Agnes' Church
Next Suinluy inuruing st 11 o'cluck
tbu Buy Scouts of the North Sliore
under Commissioner Knglisli, wili par
ade to St. Agnes' Church fur divine
service when |lhc Bev. Dr. Pea, chap
lain, of the contingent, wili preach.
Tbe evening service will bu conducted as ii national thanksgiving service,
as Monday is Thanksgiving l)ay. Thc
preacher will be the vicar, Dr. Fea, All
seats free and all are cordially wel
come. Tbere will bo good siugiug ami
a hearty service.
Sun,inv last being Children's Day,
ull the services were of a special na
ture al St. Agnes Church, lu tbe morn
ing tbe vicar preached uutbe"Cbild
of tbe Sunday Scbool," giving mauy
useful Inuis for parents and teacher,
also .Ine praise tu Ibe faithful band uf
workers in the Sunday school. In Ibe
afternoon Cbiblreu's service was held
when the honor roll for las'! quarter's
attendance was read, and tba banner
presented tu the honor class, which
proved to be K. A. Brown's class uf
buys. Mrs. Fea and Alfred Blackwell
holh succeeded iu making a perfect
record for Suuday school apd cbureb
attendance. The sight of tbe banner
has aroused keen coinpelitiuii iu the
school.
In Un evening Mr. I'rice, a missiuu
ary uf Alert Bay, preacbed a very in
lerestiug sermon un the missiuus of his
districl.
Women's Auxiliary
The ladies uf Sl. Agues' Women's
Auxiliary are very busy prcpariug for
a sale of work and Christinas cuoking
tu be held un December 4th, The sale
will cuusist uf plain ami fancy articles
suitable fur Christmas preseuts, ami,
home cooking ef every description.
Boys' Olub
The Boys' Club of St. Agues' cbureb
wili meet Weducsday nigbt in the boms
of Mra.  ltavineni. $22 Sth street east,
... ,    , ,   ,    ,   the Wallace Shipyards and gives cum
wbeu tbe secoud of a series uf hrst i .    ,
., ,   .        _.., .     , ,. (dele sutisfuclioii.
aid lectures will be delivered. '
Day vi. Miller
WBETLINO MATCH NBZT FRIDAY
NOBTH VANOOUVBB ATHLBT
IO    OLUB    BOOMS
—— i
The Nurlh Vaucuuver Athletic Club
wili stage a wrestling match in their
club rooms, curner of Kspliytadu wesl
and Lonsdale avenue ,' •' , which
prumises lo be of great interest ami
is calculated tn draw a large house.
Krucsl Day, inunuger of the local club
will meet I'iiuii, Miller. The lalter
prupuses lu thruw lhc former twice in
une hour, but Day Itulds uppositc views.
The i,Miicsianis ure both hrst cluss
men and Ibe inaluli should pruve an exciting une.
Be prepared for
the cold and miserable weather by
' purchasing one of
our heater*
We have thirty
different styles for
both wood and
coal and every one
is guaranteed
I ;
Give us a trial
paine & McMillan
NOBTH   VANOOUVBB'B  LBADINQ  HABDWABE  MERCHANTS
Phone 12. •      FIRST STREET AND LONSDALE
U.B.C.M. Executive
I'uuu. Hritlglnun lust evening laid emphasis uppn ibe representative cbursc-
ler of the exscutive uppuiuted by the
I'lii' M sl its convention in licvel-
atoke.j This executive comprises the
following gentlemen:
President—Msyor Lee of New West
minster.
Vice-President—Msyor Bubinson of
Kamloops.
Honorary Secretary treasurer- Kx
Itceve Buss of Surrey.
live, IllUe    I', Hillli ill. e      UcCV'C    W.'lill,
Burnaby; Mayur McNeish, Nurtb Van
cuuver; Alderman Smith, Veruuu; Ma
yor He,I,uuii. Victoria; Alderman Kn
wright, Vancouver; Muyor Sutherland.
Revelstokej Kecve Dick, Mission.
FBANK MILLEE
The  installation   of  oil   burners   iu
Ibe SS. lleweua lias been completed al
LOANS
INSURANCE
Four Roomed Modern House on Moody,
$250 cash and $ JO a month.
Apply 104 Eiplanade, West
CARDINALL & M.eCREGOR
104 ESPLANADE
Local AgsnU for British Empire Horse Insurance Oo,, loftiou Assurance
. Wl Will bs tfsased ft base
Pbone 911
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V. O. tn f*M
Cord Wood
To Mr. ami Mrs. Work, (lordun lid.,
Car line extension is rspidly proceed    |)Ug,|,reve, Oct. Iild, a suu
ing, the rails are uow laid as far ss ,_
(Queen's read and given even fair wia
ther it is expected that the grsdiug
will be finished by Muuday night.
  FOH SALK   Unlimited   iiniounl   of
Tu Mr. aud Mrs. Davis, Windsor Kd.,  curd  wuud  or stove wood. Thompson
Oil. 1Kb, s son. | snd Stuart,   I'liune l.ll. t.f.
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WARNING
Tf parents whs bsvs tits bsslth of tbsir children to look after: See,
tost their fsst srs kept dry. Ws have s full luu of Children s BooU and
•boss tbst »rs rainproof; shoes that ua built to stand Uu rough roads and
Wst weather of British Columbia.
Our BUBBEB tpd LEATHBB COMBINATION Boots srs Uu thing
for boys.   Ask to sse them    They ors wsUrproof
Ws bsvs extra High Leg BooU for tbs girls, lu all Uu nsw shapes.
Ask U sis tbs Dsisr BooU for Uu lsdlss. Tbsy bsvs wsUrproof
soles sad sis up to date Is style Ws bsvs them ln sll leathers. Tbsy srs
mods to miu WITHOUT rubusrs.    '
Our luise of Msa's BooU snd Blues, both for drees wear mi tor work,
srs not squills* la British CelumbU. A look lo our windows will convince
you, Wl einnet Irnm all our Unas in Uu windows, but BTBP INSIDE sud
our ssloenien will bs pleased to try on auy pair In Uu store.
OUB NBW BUBBBB OOOD* ABB IN
BEPAIB WOBK A SPECIALTY
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Everybody Shoe Store
WOOD * SON
P.0. IMS       FIMT STREETEAST U 393
BOY SCOUTS
There will be a Iluy Scuul church
I'inu-1.■ lu Sl. Agnes' church, cur. 1:1th
und llnul. i.n.i wesl, on Sunday next
at 11 a.m. ,.
All Boy Semis ju uniform intrude
at church i" i.i a.m.
i heslerlleld and Lynn Vslley boys
sre cordially invited by the SI. Agues'
church. For furtber Infurinatlou apply
tu J. U. Knglisli, Seoul Commissioner.
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BIBTH8
To Mr uiul Mrs. (Ico. I'atlinsoii, at
Harbor View Suniliiriilln, Oet. Hillli, u
daughter.
Tu Mr. ami Mrs. Wyckeuden, West
eru avenue, Oct. 'JUlh, u sun.
Tu Mr. uud Mrs. C. M. Murruy, al
Hurl,ui View Saniliiriuin, Oct. -1st, a
sun.
Tu Mr. uud Mrs. Chus. (lermyn, Lynn
Valley, del. 1MIU, a sun.
Tu Mr. ami Mrs. (1. W. lilackmure,
sl Harbor View Sanitarium, Oct. 21th,
a daughter.
To Mf. and Mrs. I). Carrier, cor.
nli and Minnie, Oct. LTilh, a son.
A hume.s making and rupair   sbo|i
has been upeued al 117 1st street west
by W. Thompson. Il.nm     repairs neat
ly and speedily done, tiood workman
ship and prices right.
Kecve Nelsou uf West Vuucuuver bus
returned frum Bovulstoke where lie
had been unending tlie convention uf
the I'. II. C. M. Muyor McNuish ami
Aid. Dick have nol yet returned lo
Ibis cily, th,( mayor being u represen
Utile at tbe convention uf the It. C.
Conservative Association also being
bold in Hevelsloke.
REMOVAL NOTICE
dg\\ THE - NORTII
m,   SHORE DRUG
CO. have moved
to 59 Lonsdale Avenue,
two doors from Esplanade.

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