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Npbth Vancouver, B.U., Tuesday, Junk (i, lull
Number 26
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Public Soon to Know
Heeve McNullgllt PromiaCI That Ne
puliation!, re the Second Narrows
Bridge Will Soon lie Luw.
Thut something delinile wilh regard
lo Ihu negol ial ions now uinl.r wuy be
twieii the V. W. k Y. Kailway and
tbc Huiiui.I Inlel Tunnel mid I r dg
Company will be definitely known hy
tho public in u lew duys, wus the lu
stance of a letter received by Ihe ci!
council Irom llune McNuughl ui their
meeting lasl evening. This Idler
was sent in answer to a r.cetit com-
municalion of ihe city council inclining Mr. Win. McNeil's rtipiesl re lite
meeting of the inunicipui ti a cine.rn
ed in the Second Natrons ll.idgc | ro
ji'cl lor llie purpose ol litrll.ering lit
scheme, Ihe council in their I Iter
asking Ihat some licit be thrown
up^ Ihe inner workings ol Ihe B. I
T. k II. Co.
Iteeve McNuughl suid thut ut the
present lime it wua nol good policy to
divulge the negol ial ions bctw en tb
V. W. k Y. liy. and the m u ster o!
railways, but Ihul in n few davs a
meeting ol the directors of tb; ru I
way compuny would be held und at
lhal meeting re, rcsiiiitulivcs »l the
district cuuncil and the iniini.i|)nl.li>
concerned would be present.
Following Ihe renting ol ihis le lea
Aid. Henderson moved thai a co;y o'
Ihe following resolution be for. or c
to Heeve McNuughl :
"Thai Mr. al. V. McNuughl Ik informed lhal this council welca'.me
with pleasure the intention ol Ihs
llurrard Inlet Tunn I and Bridge o.
lo confer with the different muni ipul
ilies and ihe councils invited lo at
lend and diseues with Ihu dir.clor. report unl matters connect.d with ihr
negotiations between the Burrard lull
Tunnel und Bridge l'omp..ny and Ih.
V. W. k Y. Hailwaj Compuny. Dii-
council ia thcr.forc of the opinion
that tho time has arrived when lite
different muniripulili a inlirrste-l
should be luken into Ihe full run
lidence ol the B. I. T. k B. Co."
Solicitor Ue.d wro.c the .o-imil .1.1
viaing the settlement ol th- case Mann
vb. Norlli Vuneouver in e-ounroi am
with the hoapilul aitc which Ile cily
hud occupied during the tec nl iroull
pox acure- The solicitor udiii d Ihul
this mutter lie settled. Pursmtnl of
tho advice contained in the la: lir a
cheque lor WM) wos forwarded lo the
solicitor.
The cily engineer', r.romm niu.ion
lhal u new plank road In- I iin lr..m
Moody Ave. lo Sutherland Ave. wus
approved.
On recommendation ol the dly engineer lho ugrii'inrnt hetw.vii Mr. Fell
und Ihe cilv ol Norlh  Vuneouver   in
m
regard lo the property on Fell Avenuo
aud D. L. 622 was approved.
A petition Irom a dozen or more insurance agents of tbi eity aaking that
in future the insurance connected with
.civic property or person be thrown
..pen to competition as their rates
would compare with those of insurance agents across the litht wes
i. fetied to the llnuini: committee.
Aid. Bias reported that Victoriu
I'ark was Iwing made ready for Ihe
coming Dominion liny celebration and
lite roads were already being lined
wilh a view of making running
tracks.
The advertising uf the short term
local improvement bvlows as ricom
mended by the city's fiscal agouti
Acrailius -InnIs 4i Co., hus boi
awarded to the Ex-press und thitpu-
per will publish every dsy during tin
term oi the advertisements.
In this connection Aid. Mcllue ox-
pressed his opinion ol Ihe faulty ad
which compelled a city in order to advertise something of thie kind to ei
•l.er give it to an outside paper ol
force a local semi-wutkly publication lo print every day end thu
.■■p.'inl tho greater part of Ihe money
....ne.l through Ihe advi rising in ex
Ira expenses necessitated by (he extra
work. The alderman also thought
ihul Ihe advertising of, aomcthing of
thia kind for six consecutive isiuott
was a v....ai,. of money and Ihoughl
the act was also foully iu thia parti-
I'ul.ir.
.IOINS   HANKS   OF   LOCAL   MIDI
CHANTS
The plant and goodwill ol lite Pio
pier bakery haa luoii piirchusid by
Aid. ('. M. Nilmon by whom ine hue-
neaa will be luken over on Ihe L.tli
in.I.   ll  is Ihe intent ion ol the   new.
laOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. L. Viaiis 11..ney, Grand Boulevard, will not receive again until the
out umn.
Mr. A. V.. K..ily is expected home
thi. week (rom England where he has
been aapending some monthi.
Mrs. W. Tower of New York, dun h.
ter ol Mrs. Kickbam, 2nd sir el, will
.-p. n.l the summer a' the homo ol her
mother.
The .1. P. i ij,-.-.lei.I Co. Ibis morning moved Irom their quarters on thc
Esplanade into their new offices in 111.
II..rue block, Lonadale Avenue.
Mr. Henry l.araoit, aon of Mr. P.
I a. a,ia. proprietor of (he North Vancouver und I'unyin View holela, ar-
rivud home Irom Toronto oa Sn'ur-
duy lasl.
Tho North aShoro Locators Ltd have
moved from llieir premises near Ihe
ferry approach and have I akin up
quarters in the new block recently
ereclul by Mr. Home a little further
up I he street.
Eleven young people atletidtd their
lirsl communion in SI. I .humid'.
church on Sunday last ibe musical
pin i of Ihe ceremony wus a very impressive end well rendered service
I ..'I.'.   I'cytavin conducted moss.
An ledum, l-.aii . .! up., by name.
at, "root-/oc ol tbe Mclhnncll-Gioski
'sewer contractors, met witb a serious
' in. nl. ni by tailing into one ol the so
war trenches on the Esplsnod:. Thc
man waa ol once rushed to thc North
Vuiicouver hoapilul where Dr. fe»
■ ..mis .iii.ndial to hia injuries. It n
Ihoughl some weeks will elapse belore
Mr. I.ampo will be able lo resume
work.
Misa Mary   Laing,   Ihe popular "ll-
natanl treaaurer" ol Noslh Vancouver
was I..-i ni
a solid   ilieiN
presented by I
IC   inilliuiili. i
the in-- ei.ij.i
suited lo Die
Laing'. appri
volion (o
y i.iip.eni of
'line lea lervlee,
council und i|v-
Me.Neiah   made
a lew remarks
n regarding Mi.s
aarriago, her de
and  Ihe thor
owner lo  confine  his   o|*rnlions   lo
bread   baking   only   tnd   lo    employ
overy   expedient   to develop Ihe busi
nc»« on the very bed basis aim g del
line.   The factory and depol    wi I  In
localcd   in   thc   premize,   on   Eighth
streel, al present occupied by the butt
cry.    NfW  and up-to-date   machinery
will be installed al once with a   capacity   of   ten  thousand loaves    |c
diem.   Every modern device known t -
(ho trade will Ik utilized in oidar Id
procure bread of tbe highest ilaasanr1
wilh a view lo placing Ihe business i
e position to copo witb tbe   graving
demand, which the development- of the
. North  Shore may rxeatc.  The many
friends of Aid. Kittson will wish him.
unquolilied aucceaa in his new venture
fro» Ht Inception.
ough competence with which ad busi
ia. as entrusted lo her had been   car
in-.I out.     The aldermen    and fellow
employees ol Misa Lning heartily   en
doraed Ihe Mayor', aentiniculs.     Mil.
I nu*   replied   as befitted   thc ......
sion to the civic dignitaries present.
NEW MODERN THEATRE
__ 1  , ,    ^
The ubovc cul given un accurate idea   reach Ihe land in case of demon 1.
ol the external appearance of Ihe new ;    An orchestra   pit  sufficiently    lurge
cinematograph thau'ro to bj   crec|:d :'" accommodate eight musicians  w.ll
.1      Ait      ....       i-.i.   „iM.a    be built  und i.n each side ol the   pit
on Lull.dale Avenue near Lull   slrent
this city.
tower will bu eree.ed ul enih si ie   o
Ihe front,   pie entire Ir.inl   will    be
brilliantly lighted.
The theatre will be supplied with op
proscenium boxes will be iirrung.d.      j era chairs throughout.    Ila    inlirio
,   Modern appliance! for lire protect in j"' ll"-' theatre will be well liglitidand
Iho building will be 64 let In «r|dlb | w,„ |l(, .MUlM |p |)|e Blldilorluw   ,   j handsomely  derated   and u'l aale-
and 130 loot in length, built of Con |,|lc ■ Ii.-.,11.. und „n llu singe. The ou-
crate walls with fireproof roiil'n;. The I dltorium will be well veiililut d by
iheatie will lOtituia a comniodio.s "leuna of Hues built in the walls and
stage wilh dressing ro.-.ms on eatb |vcntilotor' '"' ""•' a'ilinK' A l"m""ml
side and on a level with ihe stage "'" '"' l""1' u",lw ll,c rcar I"1''"011 "'
lloor. The Ironl porti. n ,,l tbe bu.i.l-j'1"' l""l,i:l,f '""' " I'"1 w"u''' ^"K
ing will be arranged for box o'lcs, "l>l'»r'"'"» in""11"' >» ""-' omevmt
entrances and exil. on lho gtoundl11'1' ,i"''"c VV1" '"' l,bl"'"ll-v ""HP"-'1
lloor and offices and electrical op,rat ■ ' »'"t' l"'1 ""k'r ™dinlo,B, so Ihul
ing room on the lloor above the on-j'1"-' »»'»>""»'» "ill be conifortoile
trance which will muko the building llu""" i'11 "U'dillons of wcalh.r.
Iwo stories in height ut the Irunt. The Ironl ol the building will l.e ol
Purticulur attention will bo paid' to'"" ornalo design with ornamental
the safety qf tbe fubl.c in thc erection | P'naler relief work. The en Tunc,
of Ihis building.    There will l.e I r,.   '"''by   will be  uf sufficient  depth   lu
will be carpeted.
Mr, W. .1. Irwin of ihis eily ia I c
owner (,l lho properly, tin architect is
Jlr. il, .1. Donncllan'ol Vancouver un I
iin-coul met or is Edward I'uv ol Vuneouver. Construction work has already hon slnrlid und will be .vi, or
BRIDGE JATTERS
While no iinpoilunt developments
have us yet .appeared wilh reference to
Iho commenceineiil ol operulions ut
Second Nnrrowa, inner circles have,
nevertheless, been busily employed wilh the urruiigi.'iiii.'iilH ol details. The dircclors of Biirritrtl Inlel
runnel and Bridge Coinpany are lies
week holding u oonlerencc ol engine
for lite consideration of purliculiirs us
lo the bridge structure ul whjeh ilia
expected Iiiiul conclusions will bo
reiiehctl. II ia uiuiersto.id lhal the ue-
liuil position which Ihe bridge is to
occupy hus been under consideration.
bill Ihul no conclusion hus us yet
been reached. Some, of the directors,
it is believed, ure strongly in favor of
the adoption nf the site chosen antl registered by llie V. W. k Y. Hallway
Coinpany. As intimated in 'Heeve Mc-
Naughl's letter lo the eity canine I,
read ul last i i, l.r meoting', a conference is being arranged between ibe
directors ol llie company and the respective municipalities interested for
ihe purpose of furthering matters with
a view In lini early coiiimonceincnl ol
construction work. From these judical ions il is quite evident ihul preliminaries nr.' being disposed of as expeditiously ns possible aud that every
a iia.it is being mude to hasten the day
when the lirsl sod will be turned in
bridge building.
Mr. und ill.. H. W. sp.lalni.y   und
lamily, Mh slreel eusl, inLnl i.a'mg
oiisly   prosecuted   lo completion. Tlie!"" ''"-'
ihe liail   insl for Derby, lii/aid.
building embodies lho hit si „nd heal
ideas in bouses ol iiiiertuininenl mil
ilu completion will place North \'ui
coiner in possession of one of the
most up-to-date th aires < n tl.e Const.
The lessee is Mr. Percy Wind, well
mid favorably known in local iniisicul
lurge exila on each side ol the • thca- protect Ihe public from lho e'cmenla a circles, ll is Mr. Ward's intuition I,
Ire, us well aa lour ex ill (.lid o.t-' wl'ile wailing to enter the theatre. j put „n the vory holt programs thul
trances al lite Ironl. Emergency ex Tile Hours and Iiie wuinscotiuga | can be procured uiul lo oporulea high
ita will also lie provided al ibe .cur und n grout number of plate glusa I class family Iheulre in every sense ol
ol the building, allowing the public to   mirrors will be usid in lho lobby.    A .the term.
ihey will enjoy nu extended visit in
the old country, returning i.i NmMn-
ber or December.  .
on Friday Inil und ia lo be used i
work undo' the direction of the pm
vinciul government ul  Victor u.
Several pleasure yaehls an I boat
have been recently conalruct.d foi >h
noulicnl North  \ uiicuu.crile   aa   w.l
HIGH CLASS J.ACHOSSK
lhal il  wus imjiossiblo to proceed, in
these iiitcrvuls the jinrly made   i/ood j
use ol  Ili.ii   lime eilhci   In   guBlri.n  j    'he game of lacrosse put  up by the
aiiiiic demonslrution upon ihj plcntilul   New      Westminster    and     Vuncoiive
aupplj  „f grub i.r by luking n   mu.'li   lMlm, „, Rccrcaliou park on Saturday
needed   breathing   space.   Abotil   Ion   |„,|  „n» one ol the very best exhili-
us   our more  ditcrlm n iliug   bro hren   o'clock membera of Ihe Alpine Clubol   j i iniiu ever 10.111 ol Ihe coast and I hut
on lho other aide of ihe Inlet.      ih    Vancouver were fallui in w'nli _iid ill    j, suying u greut deul in view of lho
one uow almost completed own d  hy j parties   joined   Luces   to   accomplish   many fumotia teams which have joined
Mi. Kidlcy ol V.iiiieouver is a aplui
did sample ol iho excellent work of
Ihe Workmen ol Ihis Company, an!
the able supervision of Muling r I.
and Chief foreman Giorgc Cooi.,
which always supplements nnd dire : -•
the physicul exertions ol th' in u to
Ihe best advantage.
The  keel   was   laid   ut   ihe   yards \ "l"1  lt'vi'r"1  "'  llie  l"'rl-    I"'''"'"'"'!
yesterday lor the new government u„ | ""•'."""I'I" but undignilietl exp.dienl of
their end, antl ul I3.3U the goal Was issue wilb Ihe champions in 'heir
reachctl and the summit of lite Cr„w„ |lo)n0 |,r„und,, ('on 'loins' slur n«-
b.i'iinic lho Ibronc ol the tniri-pi.l j grcguiioii is roiiniling into .;»clli-nl
climbers, guantitiis of grn', was cm- I (,„,„. j|iL, ,|,.|,,n,,, ,,„, „,, „ WjlllJ>.
stimed und aome splendid siup aliolsLiul strong combination Ihroughoti'l I
luken uud ul l.tO the party rolrofed tliu match, which orfeoltiulK bloti.o.1
their steps. The diweiil was much ; ,iVenieil lightning ruslius upon ll.cl
easier (slrnngo lo Buy) llinn Ihe use nl | jmlt ,,[ ||10 |umc)lls i,,,,,,,. Cl( ,N, Hj||,0
cup   holders.    The   Voniouv.ir   I time
Point Grey.
Another lorge contract wua nls , begun ycatcrduy morning when ihe lir-t
liiiihers were laid lor ihe construction of o steamer for Ih'.- I nn of 'h nn-
pion und While ol Vancouver, This
bool when complelad will |,e usid for
pumping sund in Eulse ('nek in place
ol the old steamer "Alice" which hu.
just uin   I I-..   .'I her years of usoli'l
nets.
Ycslvrdu, Ihe Victoria lug "Edith"
silting down und slipping over lite
snow in pine's where there wire lar,...
snow banks in which lo flight, ih'
North i'uiiciiuver parly nrrived in llie
city about ii.30 hui ih. members pi I he
Mountuinccring (Tub sluppul nt th-
('lull house on Grouse Mounlniu.
Norlh Vancouver was the ►cue of n
very chiirining end r.iiunntic double
wedding I.-.-s Saturday afleiUjon.    In
Ihe  home  nl Mr   and   Mrs.   Hiiiia:.
shows weight, 'sp.isl and .-.inihiiiulioi
lo a degree which worries the sloiie
wall defence of the champions in a
manner lo which Ihoy have hitherto
been strangers and which proved equal
on thai occasion lo bringing lite Von-
couvers through with the lung end ul
the score, four lo Iwo.
Lynn Valley Notes
lExproas special coircspoidcut)
Mr. I'larl, Kilmer Uoad, is having his
properly nil dean nl nl . r.ad d.
Mr. Burtons ia making quick rei'jv-
uy to heiilih alter his occideut lo his
foot.
Mrs. Gormyii, Peter Bond, bus been
utttndng Ini in..ilui in N. Vuneouver,
who is very ill.
Mr. Wilcox and bunily are new arrivals in I ytiii Valley, making ihor
home on Doran ltoud.
Mra. Thurston is occupying Mrs.
Burnson's uew lion . . n Dovorcourl
lor the siiminer.
Mr. liuxlubie ol N. Vuneouver is
building ii homo on Hoskin Koad t i
be finislmd fa.r occupancy nexl in .tub
Mr. Miiith' and Itimily, N. V„ncouver, iitvziboal to make their h in in
ihe Vulloy in Fromme lloid novi
nil,nlh.
Mr. Musselwhilc of Norlh Vsjitouver
conducted Iho evenim service for Ihe
Methodist church lust Sunday. Mr.
Wior, the new poslor, ia oxpivled nexl'
Sunday from Toronto.
During lho dry spell Centre Ho id is
olte of the dustiest spoil found. ' But
now lite dislriel is supplied wilh a Wafer earl n. more tlusl is expeoled, bul
a nice sidewalk would l.e heller
wni on Ibe .riys undergoing pointing   a,|n).,j   tlMii   |(,,,     Honald Ma'clrod
nd repairing, end this moruing   the   UJ|ilcJ i(1  lmrt[ultc ^r, p(ll.y   Mimii
I
'•1
Innghl boil Weslkpm went on lo. sim
ilur repairs. Alttn^ilhcr il kzps ihe
shipyards busy and sho Id Ihe   pru
en!   sliesa  of  work   e.inlinue    an i    WC
Sale, mcrchiiiil, Norlh Vancouver, L,
Miss Ethel Hiinniih Maud Mntshallol
• a. ii bli, Wales, nn I Mr. He.inald
Hhodes, engineer,  Vancouver,  to  Mia.a
have no reason lo bcli.vo il will nail)   |,||„r| jiiUa   jhqippsoii,   of Mnghull,
IHO     Hal |  a alia I    a,|       WI' I     llU. 0     tO     DO       OC
luiring a lew more hundnd yortls of
Knglaiid.      'I lie   Iwo   brides Iravellc.i
.together all the wuy bom meri'v En:
ACTIVITY    AT    THE    WALLACE
SHIPYAHDS
The Wallace Shipyards Limited, busiest of our looal induslrjee ind recognized among the greatest .hipbuildini
concerns along Ine eo0sl, his b en unusually busy this spring end summer.
Since the completion ol the famous
Norlh Vancouver Ferry No. J, upon
which it is cetimtvted twine 4*0 people
have exapreued opinion,, condemn!
tion and praise being aboul equally
divided, tbe shipyard" have had some
1)0 vssjm4i of various kinds upon its
ways is proceee of repair and und"'
conitrudioo is Ihe plant. The eovern-
nupt icow recently built was launched
wolerlront und in more ways'lion nil.: ; |n|l[j u|)(J wol.c lmnleA togotbr'nl Ihi
"tear down ond build cj-eulcr.' | ,umc tjmc nnd pluco in Ihe now hind
 Thc eeromony  wus ullontlid only by
lho ncor rclolives oinl friends of   the
CKOWN MOCNTiMN SCALE:)      ' 0l)nlraclil)(( p^
On Sunday  I.party ol Nor.h V'un- ■
couvei- intiiinloinjera conaiafntof Mrs. I    A very pretty weddlnz wns solemn
.nd  Mr.  W.   t'l Green,  mi Ueam. I ired  Insl   Sulurday morning in t'un-
Holdaworlh end!Baxter, mi.de o auc-  yon   Viow  Hotel.   Norlli   Vancouvor
cessful aact'iil ol|('rowii Mountain. The
parly left the ci
no«n and spent
Mountain       For!
down Ihey arose
flat of hotcakim, be
ceeded lo conquer
seated by Ilic cnOa
lure and  the
and ice in wide]
Ihe c..,.|.acling purlins- vv re Mis
today oflov- H"by Margaret Stuilniuae, l-'.din'.urjh,
ou Grouso Scotiund, ond'Mr. Kobt. Brown Lmv
10'dirayjof Norlh Vancouver. 'Ihe Ir'd-, whi
altc- u breult- , was adorned in n Iji'uuliful dro s ol
rni ci ff e, pro- | wlo'e "ilk, looked very tharmjnj end
diftullioe pro-! wus nllindcd by two little white
us friaka of tei- | droaicd maids, n'occa of M'.o groom,
iiinlle id snow She was givip awjiy by h.-r fclln*.
Ihe mountuin world j who wil)l Mrs. Stenhoitse, trnVePed
bt shrouded, /ver dsngurots s'ids j all the wuy from Scot bind lo bopics-
and.lreeoheroul wiow hovering on th? ml ot- their daughter's widbng
brink   of  etrfnity   and   foot by fp^t
] The ladies' Aid of the Melhodisl
The best Ir.erosse on earth this «.'u- i-|ii,ri|, mn>f al Mrs. Knrriii's, (hurdi
son is lo he seen on the rcspcctjvc {{, ,1(|. |„,x, lu.sduy. A midul invita-
grounds ol these iwo clubs anda sen oh,,, is extended It, till loiliis inlir.sl-
son ot the vijy lusl sport lies before Ul j„ church work,
the multitude ol looal funs, iho Win-J p,0v, K. C, Fakiloy loll lasl Frid„v
lo Cup is not by uny means ,si"id|„n ,|M afi^aoon express ill his jour
loose Irom Ihe bunks ol Ihe Eras-i I „,,,,. ,„ (,{, (,„„„. i„ Fnglnnd. Mr
aa yet, neilher vloultl il be wue, al pa'koloy rclurl)B ,„ Cnnndu in DotobiJ
the presenl slogc, lo conclude Ilia' it ,0 u{i0 U|l ),j, rit,w fielci ol work nl
will Inke u jouniey lo Vuiicou.-u-   it   JUic-lia>l
Ihe end of the season hat iditai.i il i» '   j|JH8   V|)|l   •ri,1,.]|>nKl ui>r   was   mnr-'
thai the champions musl evlcndih.iii'   ,.j0h |nrt| Thursday lo Mr. .1. '{.,nono*
selves lo their utmost in on!.': line- i |',i||„„0|.    '|b0 hippy couple loft,    for
tuin   Ibeir  luitrels  und   Ihs   nueo.'i.il   Victoria   and oh r  points   On   ih-r
li'il>ny. hoiavymooi) omld  Ihe good wish.a ol
The nexl gome will lw pluy.'diil He-  fj^r nunW»!M 'riinde-
creation   park   on Sulurduy   1)1   lliis!    ,Ml   -juctl<Ju.v evimng Hov.   li.   C.
week  wjicn stunding  rooni 'on    the | Pakeloy   wue given ti furcwoll   aicinl
grounds wMI be nl a premium il theL| tfc Ujthpditi l.udits' Aid.      The
wealhor is right. b,^   m, nl)|y   ffl)gi   by  Bev.    Mr.
 , jScblicter of North Vancouver.      Ihe
I Epworth Uaguc, of whicli Nr.   Ealio
CITY COtNCIL WILL HE ASIiED TO 'ley WM a memin-r, ulltndcd ip obidy
nearing thei/ goal tho nlreudj'   groat
difioulliea /ore onh«iwod by^lho cold
ewbrioe.
time obUtorated even lvgo ^bjoots eo ver Island und co»»t poiute
The kn-,t wns tird by Ihe Itev. Il/'ii-
TAKE ACTION
Al o meeting called for the purpoio
of .liellcriug lho Sobbolh oosorvonoo
in N'mh Vancouver ytetordoy oller-
p,oon in Ihe old Knight^ pf Pythias hall a si rung committee \vas up
poinlctl lo meet the civic oulhorilioi
asking 'hem to order cessation of
building and blast ing in particular on
to bid him a solo journey lo his home
m Ihe old country. A rhort musical
program was followed by a bounti'ul
feast of good lluUiis lo enl.
Bl SINESS CHANGE
Mr. S. I(. Welker. long upd favorably  known  lo  the )ocul public na
the  Sabbath   end to iiBooflaiu   ho»  proprietor of Ihe l'|oneer bakery, hov
for Ihe low of British Columbia pro-! disposed ol llu) bread muking portion
yid>l for tho ohswvancc of the samo. ipf his businwsi to Mr. C. |f. tsilivip.
ll ia liko)y that a roam meeting of f-bc | Mr.  Wolker wjll  "till bo lound d.iing
aid Moclct/d, Si. Andrew's churcb, N. a crlizcna   vol) fro called iu a low days (buainwe in his old stand at 71 Lone-
,   Vanotzuv.cr.    After  b.n It   thi   happy for furlhoj- cousidcrulion in this roal-'dole ovenite and will confine bis op-
tlw fog whioh Irtii lime I o   couple   left   for   a   Irip   In   Vaticou-l (er.    Ile.v.  Konuld Mucleod wos   ap- j orations to the production A   eaiua,
pt,iqted'chairrnea of tho mealing.        i pastry ond kindred lines. TWO
THE EXPRR88, NORTH VANCOUVER, tt, U
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RATH Or aUWlJWmiON
Dim yeur, fl.Qil Bis monllis, 60c. Three months, iht,
Unltod States ami Foreign, (1.(0 per year
Advertising Ham will be quoted OD ii|i|ilii'utiiin.
Tbs Ei|irti8» is ilevuU'il to the InttireBls of the north Shore nl Unrrartl Inlet
allusively. Iteiinstltulss an sdvurtiaii.K medium of ejceiitlonll vsluu (or
ruiutliliiii in a thorough and effective manner the population of Nt.rlh Vencouver
City end District. Every effort le mede to give sdvertiwri the mosl aaiielatjtory
ervlce. j[
All changes in t'ontrict advertisements should lie in the printers' bends nnl
later Iben HI a.m. Monday and 0 p.m. Wednesday to uttsuru insertion In the
lervlee.
AU ol.
Inter ihi
following Issue,
North Vancouvrr,   Ji. C.
MUNICIPAL ASSISTANCE FOH INDUSTRIES
The request |iresenttd tn Ibe distriot council hy the Imperial ,''nr,
(Shipbuilding nnd Dry Dock Corporation to the effort Ihat the district
guarantee Ihe bonds pi the rninpuny
for one million dollars on a lifte.ni
year term bearing interest at nvn per
Jink 6 1911
possession ol Ilia full.hi a.n.l mi al «c
curate inlormation with rea|wct lo ull
•i. 1 m I-a of a propoailit n of so important a cburaotsr and t,l sucb large
proportions as this one presents.
A PAIR WAflli SCALE
Every luir minded ami well inlorined
lierson  will  agree  wilh  the opinion
ami, brings  lbs "council  face l„ lace  tllttl '"ur »"d ,,nul,a" dollari ptr dty
with a proposition whi.h must be re-  •» '""  • 'Bir  WB«8 ,or  »  ''"P""0'
i-oi'ui/i.l aa lormitlabls by even Ihe
mist optimistic ratepayers. 'Ihe council huve already inuiiili'Slid ih'stlolt^
dispnsilii.n lo move wilb due caution
ami deliberation in Iliu Mat ter.
who knows his trade and who doe
an honest day's work. At lhal ml
per day tlie cat'lHiiiler would not In
any lietter paid the year round th 11
ii.hiiIi.i-. of other trades iiinaitiucli ua
there iir. ninny days during the ysar
be undertaken but inly hey ure
only reasonable whin they expect thai
every enneideriit.Bb wil be>;t.nd»l
and every precaution tnhrn i,i protoii
en unoffending public from stioh»dim
oiilamii-y ns lhal which would I e pr
iiipilnlnl liirmi.b a gm ml blrikiisirli
as that wh'cb his been rd.net d n
saute'quarters during the | ust ten
day*.
THEOSOl'HIOAL SOCIETY
The Tlieosopbieal Society meets in
North Vancouver in Room I, til I.unsdale Avenue (entrant, n.it to' Wtl-
come Parlor) every Widueeday ovinin^
at 8 o'clock. Alliiiilaiicn is entirely
Iree and curries no obllgallons >vliiil-
ever. You are H'it':d. ThfiOSuph'cal
slttily sad questions.
H. D. RUGGLES
BARRISTER
NOTARY PUBLIO
IM 8th Street East North Vancou'at
Phons 87S
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one   198
ajejB
The ralepnyere ol Ihe dislrict huve i wliich Ibe carpenter muat spend in en-
lints far manifested » readiness lo liml  l«*j Witness on aooount ol wca'hm
.. . 'riiiiiliiIuim which do nol effect mechiin-
every  rsesonsble  assistaneo lo twor-l,     . „ ,     .   . • . ,
ie« in olher lines.    In these duys   ol
prisss ol un industrial nature ileal in t ull)vffPW| |)r„8,,un(y tbe community il
to locale within the municipal limit- ' |,irgo ran afford lo see to it Ihul till
daries   and   llicy   would    duiibllese lw   ol   ila membere   wbo   are   indiii.liions
and  capable  are  enjoying   ih.-n   full
disposul lo ileal I1I1.111II} witb llie
Company mentioned above, whose
1...lail- Ihey have already 1.11 ndinluwl
to the amount of Iwo luimli.-.l   thou-
proporlioiiute   share   ol   Ihe   gimrui
prosperity.
There is no reason to conclude tlaat
building I'liniriii'i ors are at all averie
..mil dollars.   The present pi opu.il i in [lu paying carpenters on a scale   that
IllHa-l    lw     a aallslala 1 nl    . \.',|.l ).. i.il,    |a  .W
ever, hecauw ol the magnitude o|   Ihe
amount, the comparative short mas ol
the term and the liberal rule ol inl.-i
eet nniticd.
Tbe general question i'u.-i iii.-sin.s
its.-lf as tn whether the district is ill
posiliuti lo uaaume obligations ol hitch
proportions in lavor ol any single industrial ...1...-in The sinking fund
and inleresl would amount In over
ninety lliouaund dollars per 111,111111,
and inasmuch us a new rompsny
could mil be .(peeled lo rreule sufficient curqjiig power ul once lo provide for annual payments »! 'bis magnitude, die probability is ihat tin ilia-
trict would lw culled upon lo pay
Ihoin lor „ lew years si any it'tr.
There ii every reason lo run'hide
list (here will lw many worthy industrial projects which will desire nitinici-
pal .. -i-i.-i.iiin- in lbs rnurss ol tlie
nexl lew years, and in view ol 'iittre
devt-lupim uts in tbia rmpi.-t Uie wisdom ol tidvunring ussistance nn ihe
hi-hIi- suggeatistl to any one Concern
ahould lie Of artfully weighed by Ihe
Council  in conaidering ih.- propoailion
ll...'.     li-f.H.      ila. II,
The |ii.i|..isiii..n lo ilivid. lb- dialrict into two municipalities,test 1111.I
wssl, has ulreudy Iwen protitineiilly lie-
lore the rate|iuyers nnil hua Iwen fa-
Vorebly roniiilerrd. The cffwl ol llie
aeeumption of this liability upon Ibis
division ahould not lw overlooked in-
asmurh as the niiiiiiil.. ol the pur
chasers of ths debeiriuree would tlisn
lascaiina a very sliding factor in tin-
situation.
Should il be considered Ibal llie
district is in position lo advance audi
assistance to an industrial uonccru .,(
thi light calibre tin- runt 111 would
then resolve itself into the ■pieatii>n
as lo whether the Imperial Car, Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Corporation
fulfils Ihe necessary retjUiremenla to
justify auch aaaialaace. This is a
question which could lw determined
only by means ol the usual business
procedure (o)lowed in sucb instant's..,
namely by a report to tlie council by
aa expert jn such matters elter a careful I'suminalion into the affeirs of Ihe
(,'oaipany to he benefitM.
Sba,uld Uie proposition commen I il
atff lo the judgment 4 Uw count il to
a ewhVient eiteal lo -uetify submitting it to a poll- upon Iks part of the
property oAami in llu dietrict; it is
bat natural pad right Ihtt the rata
peyert afuydd Utah lo tbeir reprmen-
iplAyatMhe aaaam, bo piua Uma in
woubl placo Iheni fully abreast ol
skilled workmen in every trade in lb I
matlor uf wages. There may, of
course, lw found un occasional exception to thia i uie, but it is safe to say
Ihul those exceptione would be very
rare.
There are two conaitleralions which
ahould be faced (airly and squarely iu
a situation emit us that wbicb hai
recently urjscn twtwun tbe Ciirptntera'
U|)|t_ anil Ihe master biiildsrs, The
Ural is this, namely Ihat II it lw conceded that a carpenter who ia ,. Ihor
■Highly ta|iable man ia worth (our and
.un-Imli dollara per day, there are
many car|>eiitera who lire not strictly
lirat class men whole worth as compared with the really capable mau id
considerably less Ihuu Ihul. il is nol
In lw wu...I,...I al if Uie employer who
clioerliilly pays a first class man ths
Lie-he.,! going wage considers that he
ought to be ullowed the untramellcd
Use of his discretionary powers in determining tbe worth per duy ol tbe interior  1)11111   Willi  a   alalia.I   IU III   tin' IUU'
leaa mn n whn will nol do a day's
work in u workmunllke manner ns
compared with Ibe man who is both
Capable uml trustworthy. The s'cotiil
consideration is ibis, nuni.ii. when uti\
re -adjustmini of the wage scale or ol
other matters is lo be undertaken, it
would lw quite ua convenient to Irani
the mutter lurwurd iny during ibe
winter months who,, the building tr .rl.
ia comparatively sluck snl thus give
llie huil.l. i.. ull opportunity In arrive
al an agrooment wilb Ihrir workmen
More ihey figure . n coa raete lo be
executed during Ibe busy spring ami
stimmer season. In lhal case it Would
lw quite immaterial lo an employer
whether the wage scale called lor bull
a duller |wr day more or l..s inasmuch as each contractor would allow
lor Ihe same in his tender and the
owner would havs lo pay Ihe pries
When a movement for auch readjust
meiii is nut begun until the busy tea-
son is near at hand, it is practically
sure lo lie the case that aome con-
inii'iois who have tendered upon and
have accepted buildings well in ad
vane* nl ths season's optnaf wijl find
il impossible in alter their contract
lo accord with the new wage scale
and Ihey will naturally object to Ic
ing compelled to sustain the loss m
volved in an advance nf wagee'fl lb'1
pur lien I nr job. Sucb caase m .y mil
be numerous but they usually prove
just saiftii-jenl. In block tbe way l„
what utherwies would be .esily aCCism
plished und to cause (rouble. Whn
•ueh an exigency nine some mini
slio'dd be deviled nf meeling the predicament in which tbe builder finds
himself, wbo bee beep thus e*uvhl
through an uagitet 4 hie ow».
Ibe public et large are not only
willing but desirous (bat all industrious mNober. of society aboaU enjoy
thsir Ml iben tt Um alaniy wbitn
abounds with us today am (bey would
cheerfully bar (hair irjbebiotl than
4 the coei in any btrMlng lb»l may
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
Dealers in Coal, Brick,
Sand,   Gravel,   Lime,
Cenwnt   and   General
Buildeis' Supplies.
All   Oitlt'ts   Primipili
I'lilnl un.I Satlisfaciiei
G'lHianteil.    I'ricrs <m
Application.
Office: Lonadale, near Cily Wlinr
Warehoute:      Forman'i Wharl
"    '   'I '"IS!
JAY & CO.
BUILDERS
Plana prepared and KitimaU. given.
Office; 1(07 Dominion Trusl llldg.
V.acouvsr!
Phon. it'll
HuidellCt,  IM  I'iehtli Ave.  I'I.
North Vencouver.
NEW YORK CAFE
Near poll OSn,
KSPI.ANAI),'. WEST
Pit at class incls, V.r, commutation
ticket, 11 meala, It. Regular loom and
board ih und up.
LOW SEA, Proprietor
Iti.-iiklnst   8 lo  10.481  dinner l|   to
IM ; Supper 8 lo 8.31).   Open nil duy
LADY WAITRESSES
N.V.W0ODYARD
CUT WOOD
18 im h   H per load
I-1 u.a-li  li.'lh per load
Cordwuod |8 per cud
Office and Yard t
SECOND and ST. PATRICK
l'boni. r.si I'. 0. Bor 134
'■      aaaaaaaisa-
NOTI08
PI.BLIC affTWU is hereby given
Ibst, under the authority aoutuiiiad m
se.ti,,n 131 ul tits "land Act," a re
gul.tioii w.s s|qiroved by tb. Msn
i.iiiiiii 'iiiw-rii'ii in Council filing lbs
minimum sale prieM ol first and sec
olid-class lands at 110 and (8 per acre
teapwlively.   -
This ragulalion (urtbar providi.l
Ibat Ilia prid'a lixwl therein should upply lo all land. WiUi roped to which
tbs application, to purchase.were given
favourable eonsideiiiCon after tbe dan
ol said regulation, namely April 3rd,
IVII.
Further notice is now given Ib.t I.
virtue ol a regulation   approved by
Ibe   I   lellaallt  t;„Vellil|l     ill    l'lin,|i-jl Oil
the inih uf Key, Kll, that tb. "-,"
latino d.ii..i the 3rd April, I'JI I, b.
held nut to apply to applications t
purchaee vacant Crown lands which
were r«oived by the Asnttist Commissioneri ol Lands un or befute th.
..in April 3rd, I'JI I, and with reject,
to wbicb tbe requirad dapoait ul fifty
csnls |ier acre bad been racelytd by
said ComrolssioBfrs on or Iwf r. thje
eaid April H IVII.
ROBT. A. RKMIICK,
Deputy Mioietaw of Lands
Departaunt of fmdi,
Victoria, II. «"., I8U, of Nay, Ull.
M
tn
in Opportunity
■ ;,-'  .... ..■. i   ,-,fj   jp
, m^mmma)immmWm
of a Lifetime
I Ufi ISO,   On* Block from Carline.
ti,_. 50 x WL all Cleared,   Magnili-
Bp» 157, all Cleared,
'Boulevard
Block 34,
Large iSim
cent View, Ono Block from
Pricw $950 North Vtew     iwbc&w.MfcftHdiw>'»-i'
$1000 South View .Ij   u'       n
Double Corner, from $?3oo tloeriTiurraylo.
i
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a Polity in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd,
ILONDON, ENCI.AMU)
ASSETS:. $94,900,000
^oii! Agent .
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBUC,,     IS WNSDALE AVENUE
Ajraaniai il. and Conlracli drawn
ol .vary dcun'iilioii
Phone 157
G.u.ral
Coni.y.nclng
I
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
Pdlt -AI I' f,ii ll, lot on U:b slnet
north aide, 11,350, lerms; 50 It. lot
on 71 h street, Sl/im, 1-3 cub, balunc
iirrniiuo.
mmumum'
!-|.'.l. liSTi,rK
tki.i*:I'll'in*!•: v.q:"
LOANS, INSURANCli.
P. 0. HOX Hi
i
■«W"
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OUR NEW OFFICES ■
Bank of Hamilton Building
Wa wish to notify the general public
that wr now occupy the front of fldei on
the firit floor in the new BANK OF
HAMILTON BUILDING, comer of
Firit Street and, Lonidale Avenue.
DOUBLE CORNER, FIRST AND CHESTERFIELD
You can well all unl the | time to investigate tlut
Business Property at ihe preient price, $17,000,
easy pawn.-nl and termi ai ranged.
Canadian Financiers, Limited
Dank ol Hamilton Building
Phone 215
I-:. EBIMGK,
Local M..ia.a...i-i
Excellent Rtalienee Lots
in Lyrtn Valley
NISW SUB81PIVI0N on Fr.mroeJM
new tram line. |Hro)i 1, p. J..
aililll, lots 3im, price* fiom I9W
up. Dnoliltb ca-h, lialaRte lo tr
range.
I.AIiOl'. I.OTiS on llosUns Load »'lx
175, close 'o li'uii'.w.iy. Only Jilfiil,
payablo oliollllh oa hi bills'10* to
iirrang-ti,
I.AIldli t'OIIM'lIt I.O'M'entrs lloil'
and IWh stiect 101.6x151 ft. A
iimlf) Ihoroiiulilnrli. I'rloe only II,-
Hon for iiiimotliittu sale. Ttrms 1950
a'aaa.li, balance to iin-un n;
IN N0IITII l.()NSIIAI.I''.-T»'o loll oi
Nyo alnot iiior publio to'iool-
liiinlv iiluiiiail and mimiII nl.ii'-l..
I'ritio only (hint lor iiiiiniditit. salu,
WOO cual), lialiiittiu to iirrangu,
Alexander Philip
HI-IAL HHTATK BUQKEIt
Club Hindi, Kapliin.do, ,  -
Norlli Vancouver. I'hone 10
APPLICATION   FOB   I.IQl'OH   IJ-
C15N8K
NOTICE; is hcrsby (.iicn ilm' til 'bl
ai.'M adiiiinu of ths Ml, lid llll IS
Coininisaioncrs l.r tbo District nl
Norlh Vancouver, I, the un.leiiinn.id
•ml.-ml lo apply 'or a ho'el lieu.
for pi'tiniises ailiiutc on lot 6, bl, ok 8.,
ILL. 6fi5 (Dundarave) in tbs s id Ilia
trict ol North Vancouver.
ANTHONY FAltKO.
lint ud at Norlb Vuneouver,
May 8th, Illll. 8-fl
COAST DISTBICT, HANGE 1
TAKE NOTICE that W. B. Vtiii|»h-
an, Superintendent,   intends to apply
lor pcrinlsaiuu lo piitcbuse tbe loll, sting dcai'iilicd Inn la; ' '..mm. iciii a nt a
|lnHl    (limited   Ml   ah Illll   Walt     ill I Ila]
Northeast corner ol lot 73'.l, tbeitoii'Jil
cbains west, thenoe V- u'.t i-li .in- a a>.k
tlicntie 20 chuins oual, th-ncu 'IS<.llll
ohalns soulh In lilacs of c dihicii.-
linn i r\
W. B. VAtifjdfAN.
Dated April Hllh. 1011. IM
 -H-	
Double Corner, 20th and St.^George, |2000
Double Corner, 16th and Mahlon - $2500
Double Corner, 21st and Mahok     - $1875
m- •   '■" THESE ARF ALL COOfc    -   I
THE NORTH VANCOUVER TRUST'
CO., LTD.
Ileal   Kalal. and   |-.i, ,*inl  Agenta.
i   .•    i.. i.i     i,|   .-,,!.   ..laald.illalid
A. Campbell Hope
C. A. CAL
ARCHITECT
tun llastinirs .Slreel Wul, Vuneouver,
B. (!. Phons h'Jlh
Residence: Tireimin Illock 1158 1st Si.
East, Norlli  Vancouver.  Phone Kill.
•mm
219 Lonidalt. Avenue
lelrplume 44
WE COULD
Paper the World
PALACE HOTEL
Haiis:   $lruo  pur   and   up.
ind   to rainier   lioarderi.   .
Special rates lo (sjinilirs
rii»«-»l Roof Oardfii on Pacific Co«»t
t
REDA 6. ANDRUS8
fnopniiTORs
in StecKi.   ....   NORTH   VANCOUVEH. ti. C.
\    FRUIT    PRODUCE
(XJlNJFLCTiONERY, CIGARS, Etc.
WHOLESALE ONLY
PETERS & DOYLE
Telephone 209
120 ^cond Street Eait
(
Conver,k»te lo North Vancouver Merchinti
Buy In Vs. r Ova i, Jew*.
Year Ordwi SoUdlad
1    'V....^     '
from our eloc'k* oi'maw W#|l Pa|iers
So it saints.   Every .1 ^.^|"a P"
deeign  arrives to Iiil   Ihe
ol thin, cloud out.
Handaoma Wall Paper*
ire here in ondlees variety, .last
k-H our ...l.-.iiinii for whsl room
you want ilu. paper and be will
show ja.u juit ihe patlera you trs
looking for,
To choose Irom our slock ii a pica
aur«, U) |,ay our price Is easy.
Ws H. ST0NEY & CO.
117 laonsdsls Avenue Phnae M'J
N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
Telephone 276
127 WNSDALE AVE,
NORTH VANCOUVER mm
Tm nvbm, north Vancouver, p,
c..
tsatsanajaMSSsas.
Tbe Bank of Briliih North America*
j   Capjul P»i4 Up $4,866,666,   Reserve Fund $2,652,333
11 .Will I "11   I I
mmmmmmmm*
iiii       ti
t Office* In North Vanwuvw-Jl <
CORNER LONSDALE AVENUE ANP ESPLANADR
UPPER LONSDALE AVENUE mear Fourteenth Street)
"I   aa.ii a l»"     ''    '.    ' . J 111 .1"
.''..ivini; Deposih "I jli.no and upwards received.
Interest .iiliiivi al at current rates,
liutlktii's Money Ordtirs issued.
Until offices iratiSHct a general banking luminous
ami aru open on Sittunlay night.
F, T. SALSBURY, Manager.
isa
BUILDING?
faMWilrTiafiil
m
Arco Elastic Roof Paint Mendt Leaky Rood
*A good Waterproofing for Canvas
PRICE 60 Cent, psr Gallon
Waviiloi'l I'i'L'|iniri'il RunHng
Hliinlil liraiifl Tar nnd Building Paper
liitpcti I'tiitt I'aints mul Jroiiile Viii'iiielifB
Oils, Bnr.-lie.«, I fry t'olori
\tiic.\iti, llingi's, Supplies, dc
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
North Vancouver Hardware Store
104 ESPLANADE NEXT TO POST OFFICE
SEVENTEENTH STREET
Half Block from LONSDALE AVENUE. Good
I .ni facing South, $650.00, 1-3 Cash, 6 and 12 months
An excellent tlitV-
D. L. 204
Close to WATERFRONT and BRIDGE LOCATION. Double Corner. Price $1250.00, 1-4 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.   J his is a Snap.
C. C. LAWSON & CO.
15 LONSDALE AVE. WORTH VANCOUVEK'
| Phone 7o--P. O. box 97
SSa4a_Wa—.apa—a—a—a-« 11 i  i a       a..   | . I I |
Parkdale Finest Alberta Butter 30c. Ib.
      .   a an        ti in i
May Flower, Spring Brook or Ayrshire Rose 3 lbs. $1.00
5 lbs. of good Tea  1.50
5 lbs. of belter Tea     - 1.75
5 Ibi. ol the best Tea  2.00
AT
CLAVEKIU cV ARCAND
Comer First St/eel and St. George  .
Hot Points
We shell lie |<ls<l io show you
lIlU  11,1 I   II a' dl a I
A inae.i Imperii nl feature ii
the pni i
Two years' guarantee.
We stand hy every Hot 1'oinl
sold hy us.
B.C. Electric Railway Co.
UMMTIA
60 LONSDALE AVENUE
Th* Place Where Everybody Goea
Gem Theatre
FIRST ST. WEST,
NOHTH VANCOUVEK
Our Eastern Letter
r? Good Pictures  Good Singing   '
mi,a, y/. Good Music  :;: :::
Program-*  changed Monday,  Wadnaiday and  Friday.
Muliiiwi  every  Saturday IM o'doek
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MONTREAL THINKS LPNQ SAUI-T
piout expensive
Patriotic Motive, ('net a l'ile ol
Mopey Say Umber* 4 llQnr<l ol
Tntft eiiil Hhippinu Pedenliop-
llill I'roeoiited (or E*l>ro<«s at
Washington by 4. Wesley Allison
Hups Into Thousands-Opposition
In Dimming HI. l.awre'tico is on
tbo Wans - tyuebee to bocomo a
Tramplcss 1'rovinae.
(I'Voin our own Correspondent)
Mnnl mil, .liniii fi.- -Patriotism costs
money and money talks. This time
money ie-aslting ipMstiona. Last winter the bill ol the Long Hault Development I'ompiiity, saokiag power to
sum Ihs Ht. I.awrenoe rivor at Ihi
Long Hault H.pids near Cornwall,
came up ior a hearing before the ('oni-
initliai tm IlivaiH and Harbours ol tbo
United Htatos ('nngross. Mr. .1. Wesley Allison, ol Morrisbnrg, Ontario,
went to Wasliingloii, it was understood here, to oppose it (rom tbo
standpoint nl a patriotic Canadian
looking alter Ihe interests; ol his
country. It now arjiears that Mr. Allison's little trip eosl something liko
fifteen thousand dollars and hs is si'
ing reimbursement from certain citizens of Montreal for bis patriotic motives.
Homo days ago a mauling of tho
Hoard 0f Trade was held at which the
question was brought up. Ono member asked il fiftoon ihott.and dollars
wag not rather u Iniy amount for so
short a trip and whether il would nol
bo advisable to ask Mr. Ailiaon lot
somo sort ol an accounting instead ol
Iho general lump sum statement he
hud placed beloro Ihero. It lleo
uppeiirwi lo lie lho impression i,f tht
Hoard ol Trade thst Hr. Allison hud
nndorluksn Iho journey on his own responsibility and had nnl made uny
auaggoslioti as to reimhuraeminl prior
lo his departure for ihr American Capital. It baa alao lrans,iircd iinooth.it
Mr. Allison is interacted in a small
water |K>wer development al Wadding-
ton, N. Y. which would nol he worth
lira.'loping were llie Long Smilt plana
to go through. It was, therefore, decided lo offer Mr. Allium WW ai Mun
lieal'a ahnre ol the llfi,IKM and ill Ihe
lut ure liniii their own bullies. It is
not likely that there will be any Bore
opposition to the Long Hnull from
Mi>ntreul anyway, us upon investigation il has liven lound that Ihe pro
position will benefit rather Ihuu dun
ugc the port of Montroal.
A TKAMPLKHS PBOV1NCE
There is a gloom auiong Ihe members of Ihe ancient il not royal nnlrr
ol tramps, for plain ure now mi.I.i
way to iinike ((UoIiit lit. liml trump
leaa province in Ihe country and to
cliungv il Irom tbt parudiso of pan-
hutidlera, which it now is, to a territory to If ahuniiaid by every prole,
sioital hobo. 01 Ihe !«III,UIW tramps
in Ihe whole country figures ihow
ili.ii .all.,ni ■-ii.iioii ol Ihis army ol
.p.'-ml pnruailes are alwuyi to lw
found iu thia aliilo and about I0.ISSI
in tin. cily alone. More I liun II.IWU,-
IWU u year is s|ranl fur llie mainlin.
mice of this army in jnila uud olher
inalilulions while the coal ol dumage
In property and crimes roininiilel lo-
gelhar wilh ageiier.l colli ribulions
brings the total up lo t6,Ot*),tm
While the plnn by which il is propoa-
ud lo »i|ii. out thia wasteful expenditure und al Ihe same lime eliminate
Ihe tlump pn.liI.-in Inn never lent
tried in I Ilia, country il haa proven ao
aucousslul abroad Ibal lliore Is no
tloubl us lo ils . lln ia nn hrrs. 11 proposes lo vslubliah aiiino«here in Ihe
country a (ramp Ium. Colony lo
which vagrants call bejM'iil and when.
the p....I.i.-i. of their labor will In
und t own itf I heir mainiuituuce. The
proleaaionai holio l„r whom work ha.
on nltiu.-iioin will iloiiMli'.i give His
provinc* . wide bertb while ihoK scut
lo tho Imm will be gives su oppor
limit} lo bwolili' ijaa.-af.il ciliusis. The
most suoouaa/ul of thae oolonlcs
abroad actually makes menuy, and il
ia lu-lieual tbat a similar result could
Ik ari.iinpli.li.d here. The mutter is
now Mi ni- ilia- IrgiiHuiioi' is Iho lorm
ol a Hill providing for Ih. ,,. inn.nn-ul
of the necesssry land and within
uliout one minulo alter its passage
Ihero is corlain In occur lbs greatest
tramp c'odue over known.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given tM appli-;
cation will be made to (he I'uHiniin.'iil
Ol   Canada   it   tile   priaai'iit   session j
thereol lor an Apt to incorporate
a company under the name ,,/ The
North Arm. Ilritige'apd Bailway Cd|n-
papy, with power t« |ay Hut, con-
iilrnel, opernle,  iiuiiiilnin,   und   IUU ,,
bridge across tho Norlh Arm of llurrard Inlet from a point tin iho mi
shore commonly known ni Tlie Turtle's 11 end 'to a point on lite uust
shore DU 1-°' 67K directly north of the
Island known as White Hook. Sut'h
In iil|[u to lie both lor foot imaioug.ri,
oarriagos, stroel railway uml railway
purposes wilh Ihe ueouasury npprtinoll-
es, and with power to conoi'ct the
said bridge wilh existing ami Mure
lines  ol,alnul   railway' and  ruilwuy
H5
ftnd for the purposes ol opnueotlni
witn the eaid street railways aiw railways to ley out, construct anil op-
orato ono or more lines of railway nol
exceeding ten miles in linrfth.
Ami willt power to opimfjlfll, e tt|ip
maintain uml operate a lino or lines
of railway from some point on Lot
->r>6 ut the end of the Canadian Pacific Bailwuy CompnnyT brunch lino
Irom Fort Moody nu I following tlie
North Short.' ol Durrard Inlet lo a
pqiftt in tho City of Norlb Vancouver
ur to connect with uny ruilwuy ihut
is or may lw constrained on tho Not ill
Shore ol llurrard Inlet.
And lor lho purpoaos ol its undertaking lo ucattiire und develop water.
electric or other power or morgy, ami
to crest lines lor lho transmission ol
Iho sulttii, uud to transmit t,t.d tii liver
tho sums to any pluco in the Cities or
Municipalities through »biob ihi
works at the Company aro aiilhori.pj
to be Imili, antl to receive, han. lorm,
Main,mil, distribute anil U'lpply eucb
power or energy in uny form nnil lo
iliiajiiiaji. of lho uiti'i'lini t bein if, iiial I,,
collect i.ua-  and chnrges therefor.
|t is inti mini Ihat Ihu works of tha
said Compuny shull bo declurtd to h\j
for tho generul advantage of Can .da.
W, H. LANHLKV,
Victoria, B. 0,
Holicilor lor tho Applicants.
Dated  at Victoria this SUtb day ot
Moy, Hill.
;n|.ii
l-'n .i   <|itiility Ice I'li'iim,  v.h.,1.in
and retail at the Grotto.
Kital   i|Ualily lee Creim, wholesale
and !■ im! at ths Orotto.
Nsw Westminster Land DUIrirl
Di.lriol 4 Nsw Westminster. TAKK
initio, that Robert Du* Kimond ol
Vanoouver, B, C. occupation, broker,
intends to apply lor MTmission lo pur-
disss Ihe fallowing fleeci-ibed lands:
(Vironisoojng st a post pl»nlid oa tb.
weet elds of a stosil bay on ih. North
lln. ol Lot 2A26, thsnoe weet 30 chains
mors or Uh to the norlhwwt oorner
of Lot *»0 ■ \htnct south MO ohsins
to the nortisMt eorner ol lx>t 2621;
lh.no, wot 31.73 oh.ins to tin southeast cornw of 1*1 MB; ihwio. north
80 chains more or less to the southwest corner ol Lol IMS; Ihme. ltd
U.78 chains more or lees to shors of
laks; thence is I loulherly dlrtetloe
along shore ol like to point 4 arm-
""ttOBKBT f)Un WNMOND,
Mahon, McFarland & Proctor, Ltd.
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NEW CAPILANO CAR LINE
50 ft. lots at terminus in D.L. 601 & 607
52 foot lots in Block 27, D. L. 599
Phone 6286  -   -  543 Pender Street, Vancouver
North Lonsdale Homesite
464 ft. frontage on three' streets, including Nye and King Streets,
which are about to be macadamized. This property is close to
Lonsdale Ave., and has a magnificent view. It is an excellent investment in whatever way you look at it. Price only $2500, cash
MARTINSON & CO. $1%n
62 Lonsdale Avenue    •    -   North Vancouver
North Vancouver City
CLEARED LOTS 50 ft. x 147 ft.
In BLOCKS 15, 15a, 16 and 16a. D.L. 550.
PRICES: $750 to $1000 according to location.
TERMS: 1-4 Cash, Bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.
ACREAGE in District Lots 546 and 550
In Blocks of from One to Four or more acres.
PRICES: from $2000 to $3250 per acre
TERMS: 1-4 Cash, Bal. 6,12,18 & 24 months
»
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The Grand Boulevard
extends through this property
i
FOR PUNS, PRICE UST AND PARTICULARS, APPLY-TO        •
The North Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company, i£
843 PENDER ST. tbsJS VANCOUVER, B. C. TWO
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVEK, tt, C
THE   EXPRESS
NoaTB Vakcpuv»,r        .
B.C,
l'ulilislnid "riitisdays and Fridays by
North Shore Pruss, Limitrp
IIATSS OV BUSSUSIITIIIN
On* yw, fl.tm Six monllis. fiOc. Three inonlbs, 35e.
United States and Foreign, (1.60 per year
Advertising Hates will be limited OH application.
. The Eipreea ie devoted to the interests of the norlb Shore of Burrard Inlet
exiiluilvely. It constitutes an advertising medium ol ujceiitltwel value for
reaching in a thorough and effective manner the population of North Vancouver
Pity and Dietrict, Every effort Is made to give idvertiwri the mosl satisfactory
Mrvloa,
All changes in contract advertisements should be iii the printers' hands nol
later than It) a.m. Monday and 6 p.m. Wednesday tu unsure insertion in the
following Issue,
aajpWaJMi
be undertaken but 0\f hey ere
only reasonable whm they espeel that
every considers,!inb wil be »'ttndi4
and every precaution t»krn t, protati
en unoNdin^ public from s»°b»dim
ntilamit-y «s that which wonld ■" pr
cipilalnd llirou. It n K<D ral blriknstrh
as that wh'oh his been id.un i d li
some tpiariiirs during the past ten
daye.
North Vancouvrr,   ti. C.     "<-
I
I
MLNK'IPAI. ASSISTANCE FOB IN-
IKWRIKS
The request  preeenltd  lo  the dis-
iiid ooinitiil by il.- iinp.-iliil t'ar,
Shipbuilding end Dry Dock Corporation to the effent lhal the districl
guarantee the bonde pi tbo rninpnnv
for one million dollars on a lifte.in
year term bearing interest nt fivo per
a > in, bringa the cuuncil (ace to lace
with a proposition which must be re-
ciignizod aa lormidable by even Ihe
nioaai optimislie ralepnyers. 'Ihe riiiin-
oil have ulreudy iiianilesliil ih1 sluing
di .p..-in. n lo move with due caution
.. ami deliberation in Ihe Matter,
The ratepayer, of the district huve
th.i- lur manifested a readineas 1.1 lend
every reasonable aaaislanre In enterprise, ol „ia imluetrial nal uru ilesi in;
tn locale wil hill the municipal biun-
daries and they would tloublluaa lie
disposed to deal liberally with lite
Company mentioned abnve, whose
builds Ibey have already l,ii it'.tntoul
to the amntinl ol twn Imndrud lln.u-
sand dollars. The present propositi in
must be ri.iia.iil.-n.I eireplio.ini, b tw
ever, because ol lite magnitude of Ihe
amount, the comparative shortness ol
the term and the liberal rule ol intereet named.
Tlie general question first prostnu
itsell aa to whether llie dislrict is in
position li, assume tibligations ol .itch
proportions in favor of uny single in-
duairial concern. The sinking fund
and intereal would amount lo over
ninety thousand dollnra per allium,
and inusiauch aa a new company
Could nol lw especled In creale sufficient .'.niu.,i|! power at once lo provide lor iintiiiiil payments ol ihia magnitude, llie probability ia that tha ilia-
trict would lw ., a I I.-l upon to puy
tl..in lor „ few yeara ut i.ni ri'lel
There ia every reaaon to i'unr|ude
Aat there will lw many worthy industrial projects which will deaire municipal naiialance in the course ol tbe
nest few years, ami in view ol 'iiitre
ili-vi-|.i|iiii.nia in litis respect the nil-
dom ol advancing assistance on ihe
scale suggested In uny one concern
should hr carefully weighed by Ihe
council in ronaiilering th.' pro|nation
now More I bent.
The propoallion lo tlivide il. dialrict into two municipiililiea, e tat uml
wael, has ulreudy been prominently lw-
fore the ...1.1.in..    mid hua Iwen la-
vorably considered. Hu asTasrt  ol the
aaeumplion ol litis liability upon this
division should not lie overlooked inasmuch as the all Hud. ol the pur
chasers of the del,eiit tires' would (lieu
beonme a very alroitg Inclnr in the
situation.
Should il lie considered thai the
dietrict is in position lo advanceaiieh
asaistuti'-'i to an industrial eoncern ol
the right calibre tbe mailer would
then resolve itself into the question
aa to whether lite Imperial Car, Ship
building and Dry Dock Corporal ion
fulfils the necessary requirements to
justify audi uasialaace. This is a
quswtion which could In iletcrmined
only by means ol Iho usual business
|in,i-.iluri. billowed in such instance!,
namely by a report lo tlie council by
M expert in such matter, altar a careful examination into the af airs of Ibe
Company to be benefit 1*1.
Should ihe proposition commenl it-
mit |o the judgment ol the caion.il to
a euftcient eitant to -uetify eubrail-
ting it <« a poll upon fits pert of the
property oiaara in the dietrict) it is
km n.twal aad right (hat the rate
payer* abqaU UM In tbdr revrma,,-
taliyea-tha apaadi, to pises Unas ip
', (ink 6 irjll
poasrsiion of Ihe fullest antl nu al tic
curate inhumation with rce|wct to all
di tails of a propositi, n ol sn important a charaotar and of suoh large
proportions as Ihis one presents.  .
A PAID WAW! WALK
Mi en fair minded nnd well informed
person will agree wilh tin- opinion
thai four and one-ball dollars per day
is but a fair wage lor a carpenter
who knows his trade and who doe
an honest day's work. At thai ral
per duy the . .ii p, m.-i would nol In
any hotter paid the year round th u
members of other trades inasmuch as
there are many (lays during the ysar
which the carpenter must apend iu enforced idleness on account nf wea'het
conditions which do mil effect mechan-
ica in other lines. In these duys ol
universal prosperity the community at
htrgu can afford to see In il that till
of ila members who are industrious
nnd capable are enjoying iheir full
proportionate share of ihe ginernl
prosperity,
There ia no reason lo conclude that
building i-ontia.-i.ns are at all averse
to paying car|wnters on a scale that
would place tbem lully abreast of
ekilled workmen in overy trade in ibt
mailer ol wages. There may, nl
Bourse, lw lound an occasional exception to ihis rule, bul il is sale lossy
Ihut il....--'- exceptions would lw very
rare.
There are Iwo conaitlerations which
should lie laced fairly and squarely in
a .itnation euch aa that which haa
recently urisen Iwlwean the Cnrpenten'
I'nion and the muster builders. The
lirst is this, namely lhal il it lw conceded that a carpenter who is ,, thoroughly ra|iable man is worth (our and
mi.'hall di.Hi .is per duy, (here are
many rur|wuters who ure not strictly
lirst cluaa men whose worth as compared with the really capable man ia
considerably leas than thul. ll is not
lo lw wondered ul if tlie employer who
rlunrfilli) pnys a first class man ill"
liighei.1 going wage .-.insiders thai he
might lo be allowed the untramellud
man of hia di.-ri-.-ti.unity (towers in determining the worth per tlay ol the interior mini who cannot or ol tlie careless man who will not do a day's
work in a workmanlike manner as
compared with ihe man who is both
capable uiul trustworthy. The e.cisntl
consideration is ibis, namely, when uin-
readjustment of lite wage acale or of
oilier mail.-is is to |w undertaken, il
would be quite as convenient tn Iin-
Ihe matter lorward say during ibe
winler months wben ibe building lr..de
ia comparatively alack nn I thus give
Ihe buihlers nn opportunity to arrive
al nn figrenmont wilh I hair workmen
Iwlore they figure ta con racts to be
executed during Ibe busy spring ami
summer season. In thai case il would
lw -p.ii.' immalrrial to an employer
whether ihe wage scale called for half
it dollar jwr tlay more or le.e inns-
much aa ouch con I met or would allow
lor Ihe same in his tender and the
owner would have lo pay tbs price
When a movement for auch readjust
m.irt is not Iwgun until the busy tea-
ion is near al band, it is practically
sure lo lw Ihe case Ihat aome contractors wbo have tentlertd upon and
have accepted buildings well in ad
vance of ths Sanson's opening will find
il impossible to alter their contract
to accord with the new wage scale
ami ilu-y will naturally object lo be
ing compelled lo sustain the loss io
loheil iu on advance of wages < n lln!
particular job. Such caeee m .y not
be numerous but they usually pro'.c
just sufficient to block tha way I.i
what otherwise would lie easily accomplished and lo cause (rouble. Wh n
such an exigency arises gome m «ni
ahould lw devised ol mauling ihe pre-
dicsmenl in which the builder find,
himself, who has been thus caught
through no neglect 4 hie own.
The publir at large are - not only
willing but desirous that all industrious numbers of soeiely should enjoy
thsir full shar. of the pUnty whicn
abounds with us today and they would
cheerfully bear their individual ahare
of th. tod in any bu'Wing that atay
An Opportunity of a Lifetime
TIIKOSni'IIIOAI. 80CUCTY
The Theosopbiesl Society meets in
■Norlh Vanoouver in Boom I, 67 Lone-
dale -Sttmiiu. (entrance n.it lo Wil-
come Parlor) avery Wednesday ovialn^
at 8 o'clock. Altmdanoa is entirely
Iree and carrlss no obligation! ivhul-
svsr. You ars n iltl. Th.au..ph'..'al
atudy sad questions.
H. D. RUGGLES
DAKBISTICn
NOTARY PL'HI.IO
I Dl Uth Street East North Vanciuvai
Phons 273
mma
Phc
one
198
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
Dealan in Coal, Brick,
Sand,   Grave),   Lime,
Cement   and   General
Buildeu' Supplies.
All   Oitli'is    l'niii)|ill,
IMIt-il ainl S.i(i»(actii) i
GiiHiantt'il.    1'riceB oYi'«
Applicslinn.       ,'
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Office: Lonsdale, neat^CrtV Whnr
Warehouse:       Forman'i Wharl
. .i      i.i.iii m
JAY & CO.
BUILDERS
Plaits prsparad and Faitimalse givsn.
Office: M07 Dominion Trual llldg.
Viacouver.
Phon. 'it'll
llesidetiee, IM Kighth Ave. E.'
North Vsneouver.
Slock 34, PUUvHt Lot BBO, One Block from Carline.
Urge Sized Ui, Ip * 157, all Cleared, Magnlfi-
cent View. On* mm from Boulevard
Prices $950 North Vi»w     ^c^,m.»T>,ii,im.jm'»wi|'.
$1000 South Vi«w rtj™  iii    '    r
Double comeri from $?3oo tlaerMurraylo.
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a Polity in ihe
Commercial Union Fire Anurance Co.. Ltd.
(LONDON, KNGI.AND)
ASSETS: $94,900,000
sjtiie Agent
PERCY KING
NOTAIIY PUBLIC.'■     IS LONSDALE AVEKUE
Agre.ma.ili and Contracts drawn        .,. ... General
..I eva-ty d.i. rililion "none   I3' Coav.y.ncing
Excellent Rtaiknce Lota
in Lynn Valley
NEW SUBSIIHVI0N on Pr. mine Road
near tram line. Work |, II. J„
80.13, lots T.I»L«, pricea ftp* Will
up. One-Mlli ca h, Iwlence to arrange.
LARUE LOTH on llosHus Load »'i>
I7(i, close lo tramway. Only .IUM),
payable one lillh ca h, beleuos to
arrange.
I.ABtJE CORNER I.OT-Cenlrs lloal
and 1Mb n.-.i' lllifislnf It. A
iniiin 'ibiirotiKhlart'. Price only ♦!,-
linn lor immuliiito aale. Tt nns Wil
cash, balance lo ,-u i mi ■■-.
IN NtlHTII l.l)NHIIAI.K-Two lolioi'
' Nye   eli-iot   n.ar   public   iciool-
p.utli    chnnil   nud     uu'll   bIiucI'.
Price only *.Wl lor iiiiim dints sulii,
fclHI caah, Imltiiicu to iii'i'ungu.
Alexander Philip
BRAT, I'.HTATE BUOKEU
Club Illock, I -i a I. !■■.
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
mmmmmmmmumm
Norlli Vancuuver.
Phone  III
POH SAI.K fin ft, lot on lllh atrial
north sitlo, SI/.'NI, terms; Sll It. lot
on "Hi slreel, Sl/H't), 1-3 cash, balun-e
tirruii[je.
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ri'.ai; I'STAn:, loans, insurance.
Tlil.lil'lltlM: V P'O, Hf>X 114
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NEW YORK CAFE
Near po.1 Offica
K»I'I.ANAI)E WEST
Fi ral class inc.,Is, lhc, commutation
ticket, 'all in, als, It. liegulur 100m and
board |o and up.
LOW SEA, Proprietor
llreaklast   filo   10.45;   dinner 11    to
IM ; : ai|i|a., A lo OL   Open all day
LADY WAITHESHEH
, 1 a 1... I.,, a 1
OUR NEW OPFICESi
Bank of Hamilton Building
Wa with to notify the general public
that we now occupy the front of f ice 1 on
tha firit floor in the new BANK OF
HAMILTON BUILDING, corner of
Firit Street and Lonidale Avenue.
DOUBLE CORNER, FIRST AND CHESTERFIELD
You can yvell affoid the, time to investigate this
Business Property at the present price, $17,000,
easy payment and terms arranged.
Canadian Financiers, Limited
Hunk of Hamilton Building
Phone 215 \
K. EI1I1ACK,
Local Munuger..
N.V.W0ODYARD
CUT WOOD
Hi inch—13 per load
I'-' indi   mil, par. load
Cordwood-4S per cord
Offica and Yard 1
SECOND tnd ST. PATRICK
'hone I HI)
1'. 0. Bor 134
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APPLICATION   FOB   I.IQIOK   LICENSE
NOTICE is hereby given Ihu' til 'he
in--. 1 sitting of the Mo ml , Mi is
Commissioners for the District ol
a..uh Vancouver, I, the iindarsignmi,
intend lo apply (or a ho si Itosnei
for premises situate on lot 6, Id. ok 3.,
ILL. 6SA (Dundurave) in the a id District ol North Vancouver.
ANTHONY FABKO.
[Iat1.1l at North  Vuneouver,
Hay 8th, IUII. M
' COAST DIBTBICT, BANGE 1
TAKE NOTICE that W. B. Vatigh-
an, Superintendent, intends 10 apply
lor permission lo purchaee ths foil, ir-^
ing dcactilied I. 111, (iiimnincin; at a
poat planted Sd chuins wesl ol ihu
Northeast corner ol Lot 73'J, thenco 'Jll
chains west, ihence 31.09 chiindBi'ih
Ihence 2(1 chains euat, th.neu 'aW.lltl
■la.ana a.,dili to iilace ol cininiei<i>
menl.
W. II. VAiflllAN.
Dated April Kith. 1911. Ill
v	
Double Corner, 20th and St. Yieorge, $2000
Double Comer, 16th and MahV» - $2500
Double Corner, 21st and MahoJB     - $1875
,1  I    I I THESE ARE ALL COOl
THE NORTH VANCOUVER TRUST
C0,,UD.
Ileal   Estate and   pinnn/ci'd Agenta.
Agreements ol Sale  aAae'iiilliled.
219 Lonidale Avenue
Telephone 44
WE COULD
Paper the World
1 1  ■
from our stocli SfWffi Wall Pap.r.
SO it aeama. Every il.1V avme nm
design arrive, lo llll the \|Cauoy
of ilia. >■ doled nut.
Handaoroe Wall Paper*
NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICK is hereby giv.n
tbat, ni..In the aulbiirity contained ill
auction Lil ol the "Land Ant," a regulation was approved by th. Li.u-
i.'wo.i i.'i.w-nioi in Council Aiing the
minimum sale prices 0/ first und second-class lands at tU) and to per acre
I es|iei 'lively.
This regulalioo -further provided
that ths prices lissd therein should apply to all lands wilh respect to which
the applications to purchase, were given
favourable considerat'on after the dun
of aaid regulation, namely April 3rd,
mu.
Further notice ie now given thai h
virtue of a regulation approved by
the I.i.'.it.-n..nl li.ivcinoi bt Council on
the Hlih of stay, 1911, that (he regulation dated the 3rd April, 1911, bs
hsld nol to apply to applications I
purchase vacant Crown landi wbicb
were rmived by th. Assistant Commissioners of Lands on or before tbe
said April 3rd, 1911, and wilh respect
to wbicb the required deposit of fifty
amis par acre bad been receiyid by
said Commissioners on or bsf. re the
eaid April 3rd, IVI.
pOWf. A. JfENWICK,
Deputy Kinietsr of Lands.
Deuartinent of laadi,
Viotoria, B.C., 1«th of May, I9II.
M
PALACE HOTEL
1
IUtks :   $i,m)   pur   ind   up.    Special rates lo families
and   to rifenlar   boarders.    .    • '	
I iiH'sl Boof Garden on Pacific Coast
REDA4.ANDRUSS
fHOPRICTOM
Sr/"Ni. aSisKKi.   ....   NORTH   VANCOUVEK. ti. C.
\    FRUIT    PRODUCE
COiNFECTiONERY, CIGARS, Etc.
WHOLESALE ONLY
PETERS & DOYLE
120 iWond Street Eait. Telephone 208
...
Convenience to North Vancouver Merchant!
Bnr in r«' Own Town. Yeur Orders Wdtei
A. Campbell Hope
C. A. CAL
ARCHITECT
mi.t llaating. Street Wist, Vancouver,
H. C. Phone qVli
Residence: Tinman Hhick :if>8 lat St.
I'lnat, North  Vancouver.  Ph. ne Rill
are here in entiles, variety.     .Inst
tell our .a.l.-.iiuoi lor what room
you want the paper and bs will
show you just the pattern you ars
looking for.
To  choose from our slock is a pleasure, lo pay our price Is easy.
' — -~—.
W. H. STONEY & CO.
117 laonsdale Avenue Phone 149
N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
Telephone 276
127 .LONSDALE AVE.
WORTH VAWCOUVER .
'Mr mbm, mwm VANCOUVER, &
c.
r/
The Bank of British North America
Capital Paid Up $4,866,666.   Reierve Fund $2,65g,333
i.
2 Offlcei in North Vanwwwr-8 *
CORNER LONSDALE AVENUE AND ESPLANADE
UPPER LONSDALE AVENUE .near Fourteenth Street)
1 a ' ' a a        a    |       'I         H
Saving Deposits uf ji.oti and upwards received.
Interest allowed at current rates,
Haulier's Money Orders issued.
Until nllii es iraiisnei a general banking business
antl are open on Saturday nighl.
F. T. SALSBURY, Manager.
BUILDING?
meu
■im—
Arco Elastic Roof Paint Mends Leaky Roofs
A good Waterproofing for Canvas
PRICE 60 Cants ptr Gallon
Wavuloid PiL'|)iiired Rouling
Bliitiltl lirantl Tar anil Buildinn Paper
l.ajiuu l'tiiti Paints und Jronite Viiniitlits
Gilo, Urii.-lii'.", [Iff I'tiltim
Lucks,   IlillLfl'S,  iMI|J|llit>8, (JJO.
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
North Vancouver Hardware Store
104 ESPLANADE NEXT TO POST OFFICE
C. E. LAWSON & CO.
15 LONSDALIi AVJi. NORTH VANCOUVEK
Phone 70—P. 0. Hox 97
Parkdale Finest Alberta Butter 30c. Ib.
1 'a 111 '
May Flower, Spring Brook or Ayrahire Rote 3 lbs. $1.00
5 lbs. ol good Tea 1.50
5 lbs. ol better Tea   -       -       -       -       -       -    1.75
5 Iba. o( the best Tea    ;       .      \      .      '.        2.00
AT
CLAVKRIE & ARCAND
Corner First Street and St. George
Hot Points
We shell lie r.l.i'l to show you
the ig il in i ii I el.
A most important feature is
thu price.
Two years' guarantee.
We stand hy tivery Hot Point
sold hy us.
B.C. Eleclric Railway Co.
UUITID
50 LONSDALE AVENUE
The Place Where Everybody Goes
Gem Theatre
FIRST ST. WKST,
NOHTII VANCOUVER
wGood Pictures  Good Singin
meY. ::: Good Music  ::: :::
Programme changed  Monday,  Wednesday ami  Friday.
Adulti 10c •^JSZT**' Children 5c
 Mating  every   Saturday I'll) ,,'ciotk
Our Eastern Utter
SEVENTEENTH STREET
Half Block Irom LONSDALE AVENUE. Good
Lot lacing South, $650.00, 1-3 Cash, 6 and 12 months
An excellent buy.
D. L. 204
Close to WATERFRONT and BRIDGE LOCATION. Double Corner. Price $1250.00, 1-4 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and 16 inonths.   This is a .Snap.
MONTBWI- THINKS J.0NQ BAUl.T
PJGRT KKt'PNHIVjfi
I'atrjutio Motive. Cost a Pile 1,1
Muiiuy iSiiy Mumbora qf Honrtl nf
Tr»rje: and SWliping federal-ion-
llill     I'nail.'llleil     I,,]     Kx|li'HSi:s   at
Wasliinitliin liy .1. Wesley Allison
Huns Into Tlipnaonde—Oppoaition
t0 Damming til, Lawrence is nn
tlio Wane - Quite to hocomo a
Tramplees ('ravines.,
(From our own (Wreeripiident)
Montreal, .lui)e A.—1'atriotism eoets
mnney and mousy talks. 'Cilia time
money ia asking ijuastipns. Last winter tlie bill of the Long Hault Development l'iiin|iiiny, seeking power to
sain lho tit. Lawrence rivor at thi
Long Sunk Hepida near Cornwall,
came up for B hearing belore tbe Committee on Hivsrs and Harbvurs pf Iba
United Statee Congress. Mr. 4. Wesley Allison, ol Morrisburg, ilnlniio,
wenl to Washinglon, it was under-
stiiiiil here, to oppose il Irom tbo
standpoint of a patriotic Canadian
looking after ths interests of his
country, il now appears that Mr. Allison's little trip cost something liko
fifteen thousand dollars and be is nf'
ing reimbursement frpm certain citi-
tens nf Montreal lor hie patriotio motives,
Some days ago a meeting of the
Board of Trade wae held at which tho
question was brought up. Ono member asked if filtoen thousand dollars
wag not rather a large amount for so
short a trip and whether it would not
be advisable to ask Mr. Allison for
some nm I of an accounting instead ol
the general lump sum atatement he
had placed before tboro. It aleo
appeared to be tho impression of thi
Hoard ol Trade that Mr. Allison had
undertaken the journey on bis own responsibility and had not made any
suggestion as lo reimbursement prior
to bis departure for the American capital. It has also transpired lincethil
Mr. Allison is interested in a small
water |io>mt devolopmcnl at Wadding-
Ion, N. Y. which would not he worth
developing were tho Long Sault plans
to go through. It was, theroloro, decided t„ offer Mr. Allison thOO as Montreal's share ol tbe Nli,00Q and in the
future light their own bailies. Il is
not likely thai there will be any more
opposition to the Long Sault from
Montreal anyway, as upon investigation il hast been found thai lho proposition will Inintii ralher than dun-
age Ihe port of Montreal.
A TBAMPI.ES.S PROVINCE
Thcro ii a gloom among the members of the ancient il not royal order
ol tramps, for plant arc now under
way to uiul..' tju.'li.'e ths lirsl Iratnp-
loas province in the country and to
elninee it from Hie paradiso of pan-
handlcra, which it now is, It, a territory to lw ahunnod by every proles-
sionttl hollo. 01 Ihe 20ll,IK)fl humps
in the whnlo country figures rimw
tbat about DU.OOU ol this army ol
sp'-rial paraaites am always to lw
foiiwl in Ihis slate ond olmul 10,111X1
in this city alone. More than 11,11011,-
WW a year is s|ionl lor the roainfin
unco ol this array in jails and other
institutions while tbo cost ol damage
lo pi.ip.'iu and crimes comntiltej together with general contributions
brings the lotul up lo <M,0H0,00U.
While the plan hy whicli it is proposed to wi|». out this Wastoful expondi-
I'm' and at ihe same lime eliminate
Ibe tramp problem has never lent
tried in Ihis country il has proven so
succusslul abroad that tliero Is no
doubt as to its efficitney here. It proposes lo establish some* here in tho
country a tramp larm colony to
which vagrants can he sent and where
the products is] their labor will b.
used laiuaiif then maintenance. The
professions! hobo fur whom work has
no nl 11 out ions will doubttMi give the
provinoe a wide berth while those sent
lo the farm will be given au opportunity to become useful citiuns. The
most sueosssful of Ibcee colonics
abroad aetually makes menoy, and il
ia believed that a similar result could
lw aocompliaihed here. Tbo matter is
now before tne legislature in Ibe form
of a Kill providing for the acquirement
ol the neoosury land and within
about one minute after its paseage
there is certain lo occur Ibe greatest
tramp exodus ever known.
First  quality lee Cream, wholesale
end retail at tbs Grotto.
New We.l_in.Ur Lend Dislrict
Diifriot of New Weetminstsr. TAKE
initio* tbat Bejabert Duf Kimond ol
Vancouver, B. C.. occupation, broker,
intends to apply lor permission to pur-
chm the following cWcriUd landi :
(/iimmencina at a post planted on Mm
west .id* of a small bay on th. North
line of Lot 3439, thence weet 30 cbsins
more or less to ths nortbweet corner
of |,et 3600 j thenoe south 88.70 obsins
to Ihe northsisM corner of Lot 36M;
thane* west 31.73 cUim ta tht south-
asset owner of l/ol 846; Ounce north
80 chains more or Ism to tb. south
wset comer of Lot ISM j ibsnee aad
83.78 chains store or lees to shore of
lake; thenoe In a soutbsrly direction
along shore pf lake be point of com-
}T Vfltt Pimm,
llth
aJgS!
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NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given th t appli-1
cation will be mads to the PaWiamwit
of Canada at the preeent session
thereof lor an Apt to incorporate
a company under the name of The
Nprth Arm Ilridge'apd Bailway Company, with power tu jay out, muni met, operate, maintain, ami u.-u „
bridge acrqss Ilm Nprth Ann pi llurrard Inlot frpm a point on tbo sm-
shore commtmly known iih The Turtle's Heiwl 'to a point on the uust
shore pn Lot 676 dtroctly nurlh ul the
Island known as While llo.ik. Sttili
bridge tu be both Im foot |Mewi„ucri,
oarrlagss, street railway and railway
purposes witb the necessary approach-,
os, end wilh power to connect lbs
said bridge with existing snd 'future
lines  of stroel  railway  and  railway
und for ibe purposes pf ceiinodim
with tlie eaid slroet railways und railways to lay out, construct and op
erato nns pr more lines of railway not
exceeding ten miles in hpflb-
Aud wilh Power In cpnstruoL, eiuip
tiuiinimu and opi't-uie a line pr lines
of railway from somo point op Lot
'-'.ri(i at the end of the Canadian I'uci-
lic Bailway Company'/ branch lino
from Fort Moody nnl following the
Np,j*,b Shore pf Burrard Inlet tn a
pqint in the Oily of Norlh Vancouver
aai to connect with tiny railway that
is or may be constructed on lho .North
Shore uf llurrard Inlet.
And Ipr tbe purposos ol its undertaking to iie.piin: and develop water,
electric or other power or tnorgy, and
In I'lid't lines lor Iho triinsmiision ol
the same, und lo transmit ut.d deliver
tho same In any place in tho Citios pr
■r__Q_a__|_____H______<J
Municipalitios through which lh>
works ol lho Company aro aulboriw
to lie built, and to receive, translqrm,
transmit, distribute und supply nidi
power or energy in tiny lorm nnd to
dieppso of tho surplus thereof, mid tp
collect rates nnd charges therefor.
It is intended thai ilm works ial llu
said Compuny slnill lie declnrtd to Ijj
(pr tho general advantage nl Can .da.
W. H. LANfiI.EY,
Victoria, B. C.
Solicitor lor the Applicants.
Dated   at Victoria this  'JUlh tlay ol
May, IUU.       '
HllffJ
First qtinUty Ice Dream, wholisulo
ind retail at tbo Grotto.
Mahon, McFarland & Proctor, Ltd.
OB
NEW CAPILANO CAR LINE
SO ft. lots at terminus in D.L 601 & 607
52 foot lots in Block 27, D. L. 599
Phone 6286
543 Pender Street, Vancouver
North Lonsdale Homesite
464 ft. frontage on three streets, including Nye and King Streets,
which are about to be macadamized. This property is close to
.Lonsdale Ave. and has a magnificent view. It is an excellent investment in whatever way you look at it. Price only $2500, cash $900.
62 Lonsdale Avenue
North Vancouver
North Vancouver City
CLEARED LOTS 50 ft. x 147 ft.
In BLOCKS 15, 15a, 16 and 16a. D.L. 55Q.
PRICES: $750 to $1000 according to location.
TERMS: 1-4 Cash, Bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.
ACREAGE in District LoU 546 and 550
In Blocks of from One to Four or more acres.
PRICES:  from  $2000. to $3250  per acre
TERMS: IA Cash, Bal. 6,12,18 & 24 months
Tbe Grand Boulevard extends through this property
f
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FOR PUNS, PRICE UST AND PARTICULARS, APPLV TO        •
The North Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company, i£
543 PENDER ST. MM VANCOUVER, B.C. '""      "       ' ""'fat     .'"  ■'■■eaaaeie«geegetBMBI!w
Tfijs, 'umm, Norm Vancouver, b. c,
i
"' i-iiua
■MPs^MMMM
552
■      m^^i^l ^ P"^ ¥^^ m\^%
MrneXJ 1 mmmOOmmi
t>
THE WEST END OF THE
CITY OF NORTH VANCOUVER
This New Subdivision will be put on the market shortly.
Large Lots, Cleared, at First Prices. Southern Aspect,
Splendid View. Within half a mile of the Waterfront
Capilano line of the B. C. Electric Railway runs through the
property, giving a regular service.==s= =====
LONSDALE ESTATE OFFICE
525-6 WINCH BUILDING
Phone 2835
Vancouver, B. C.
'
sla/UllaLv/r        allOSe   Every length guaranteed
«.pYp|n|lJC»    FENCE and GATES.   We ere Norlb
v/ 1 V/I_iV/llLi Vancouvertgunlllor thii favorite fencing
1'1,'kK  PAINTS  in all colors and
finishes
"BAPCO"
"CHANCELLOR" wsSk.^tSn.
Ox-
tuny
ami lifliciency
Garden Tool* of Every Description
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
Phone 58.
143 Lonidale Avenue
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co,, Ltd.
HAY, FLOUR AND FEED
Poultry Supplies a Specialty
All Orders Promptly Attended to
MOVED TO
116 ESPIANADE EAST
PHONE 4
Pianos Tuned
Ettwutet given for Wi<Iud(, Repairing, etc. to Pianoi & Organi.
'fe    JKIuk_ timing, ai, Iwioe yearly $6.00.
Dp nut rieli huving y„ur piano) spoilt by ei Inrwrnpifteiit Inner when
yqn eup gd an espert to do the murk nl the     t
Warburnitz Pia.no House, Limited
443 Lonidale Avenue Phone 114
ll. Ct GAZETTE
Since Ihe hint issue of Ihe 1). I', I«a-
lelle lite following appointments have
liei'll mude b)' the Liclltrlllinl Guv-
ernor.
W. V. I.iiiilluw, ul St. I'.linu lu he a
.limlice ul tbe Pence,
Frederick (', t'uiii|ibell, tu lie Acting (iovernnit'iil Agent ut I'linloti dur-
iiitt the ulna-lire un leave uf Krederirk
Sours, govarptnepl  ngtiit,
Thulium  W.   Ili.'lll'lli', S,M.,  lu licnl'l-
ing government nU''"i uiul .ml nigrum-
iniasioiier of lunda for the dialrie! ul
Foil (l.iirgc lund ill vision.
Certificates ul Incorporation huve.
been issued lu Ihe following eompen-
iea: ilriliah ('uluntbiu I.und Associa-
lion I.til., i ..i.iv. .1.1 ('mil Company
Ltd., Danish I'lub of Vancouver, I*-
i'l"uime Bros. Ltd., Dominion Husband
DtHir Company falsi., Little Hms. I.id.
Ma.um Lehman Lumber und Timber
Pp., Ud., (Jen, C. Sull  Lumber   Co.
Ltd.,    I'oCJfic    Manilla, nl I    Moll. II".■   uml
Investment Co., Princeton Lumber Co.
Ltd., Wa iia.aiai Irrigation •'... I.im-
il.nl, Ynnk Lumber (ii., Ltd.
Liei'iKc. Iiii v.. been ui.int..I ihe h,l
low ma., exliu-pruviiiciul runi|inuies.
Columbia Diver Lumber t'o. Ltd., I).
I', dunes Mfg. Cu., Green Swjfl t'ii,
nnd the Scotch Inventors Co., nl Vuneouver.
Ilegialrullun ul llie following   ektii.
provincial   .. ■ a..|......■ i   ure   iiulnd : Al
belt Serhriatl Wig. Co. Ltd., Ilriliah
Colitinbiii Kutillu (lil Co. Ltd., Greut
W.'.jIciii Smelling and Defining <'u.
Ltd., H. K. ilulfnrd Cu., ,|.,ae|ih I..
I'.awdrulh Ltd., Melile I'rinling Press
und Mnuiilai iiiini.. Cu. (.Id., Noll A<-
wuler Cp, I-Id.
".mice i« given ul Ihe nssigiim.ul
uf Sydney li, Hunt ul Duaslund 111..J
Duvid King Paltersi n uf Vancouver,
Ihe province fur lite protection of forest, und other propcri) bum lire. In
many diulricls Ihut huve previously
uul hutl fire wurdens, nuw appoint-
iiieiit.- huve In... mude, till nuw il..
entire prpvinoe ia |>riii4ic,illy cvuial
by au efficient stall.
The provinos Inis liun di/idtd mi.,
-even ilislriets, eurh division Imnj
under lite eunirul uf u divisional file
wunleii. The tl.visit.iiii ure ug .in de
vidtd into districts iiuuil.ering in all
11)7, eaeh di dl 1 ii 1 Ih';iik under u dis-
triet  warden.    Tlie deportment  hua is
eUaal    ll|..l|...ll,,|aa     |l|   CVcr>'   III. llll el      111
the 1.iti on the very beat methotls lo
be employed in Kgliling und preventing tirea. The supervision ol Ihe ^oir
crul details of the work hus been plac-
ul under the eontml of ihrto commissioners, u. ulreudy staled in llrse columns.
The department bus ulso provide I
lour lu'iii Hi'-.- to putrol the eouilln
Irom Vortlt Vuneouver to th.. Inad ul
Vancpuver lslund, with special ""I 1-
lu wnlrli pleasure-seekers und rump
era who may . ..• I. ■ I;. light lires un I
leave without pro|)erly extin/uishii k
litem.   The   eummissiuiiera wbo   huve
the work in liun I uro Messrs. W. ('.
(iltdwin, W. 11. NoGregor end M. A.
Grainger.
	
THI'. KILBl DN-Iusl »| unixl, newly
lurnished rooms, running hut und 10 I
water. Until. I Hi Esplanade K, over
II. k K. "tore. IM
The Grotto, neur the Ferry whirl
far ths heat in Frultl, Cpnlectionery,
Tobseeos end l''oitnlain Dainties, du
ily.   Soods and Campbell, proprietors.
IM
North Vancouver Business Cards
l'HOTOOHAl'HKKaS
ICE DEALERS
CARBUH
Studio  over   Bank  B. V A.
I.onadtls tnd Ka|ibmudt
WATCH   REPAIRING
Is your watch slopping or gping irregularly T See
A. J. HOOD
'llie North Vancouver Expert
and pioneer JsweDer
60 laontdale Avenue
FISH DEALERS
JONES ICE CO.
Whiiletulers und DeluilerS ol  I'ute lee
, Creum
lee (ur lumily use
BAV VIEW TEA BOOMS
I'huiie W      HINSDALE AVENUE
ARCHITECTS
A. S. W. Mukty     J. M. Marltay
Auoa.M.lnal (F
Architeclt snd Civil Engineer!
Dulluin hei  Hlock - - - - Esplanade
NOBTH VANCOUVKB
TO PROTECT BltlTISII COLIMBJA
FORESTS
Nulioes appealing to every roaidenl
4 British Columbia to'pcrform hie or
her duty in protecting Ibe great forest
rosoitrece of this province from destructive firm have just beon issued by
tho lores!ry branch ul the Dipnrlpienl
4 Lands. Theee notices point out the
immense revenue that the lumbering
industry brings tu Die province, end
to the provincial treasury, and tlso
refer tu tlie reward tjServd by the gov-
ernuiojit (or information that will le id
to tbe eopvietion of persons delinquent
in Ibis reepect.
Acting under instructions Iron lion.
W. p. Bust, Minister 4 i-uuds, the
department has, greatly increased itt
fotm 4 fine wardaul » »ytry pari 4
THE NOBTH VANCOUVER FISH
AND PBODUCE CO.
Free* and Smoked Fitk
live tnd Drttttd Poultry
Vegsttblee Delivery twice daily
Phone MO 121 First Street
CONFECTIONERY
Th* P«lm Confectionery
Stationery, Confectionary, Ice Cream,
Soil Drinks, Fountain Drinks, Tobacco
Light I,uncb»s, Fruit
B. C DIJOOsfMUN k SON
Lontdtlt ud «tb Phons 1)8
CON'fEACTOB.S
liis Nm Block on LsHdtlt Avenuo
near the Fsrry Approach
wot built by
SMITH
Geeusrtl (Jonlroetort
NOBTH VANCOUVKB
IUU,IARI),S AND I'OOJ,
PLAY POOL
AT HAMMOND'S
FIBSTWEST
Pineal, tables and ouee in ths City
BLACKSMITHS
BARBERS
BAILEY'S
Barber Stop ud Bathe
Hi. I.i u|, io dull' in every particular.
Try us and be convinced.
TAILORS
E. LAURIN
lli|ih-cliiii Ladies' and Gtul't TaHoriag
KEITH BLOCK, FIBST BTBEET
NOBTH VAN(.OUVEB
Modern Tailors and Renovatory
'201 Li^iadulc Avenue /
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyoing, Alt-ilw
Wo ute tht FrtfUth Dry Cleuiiafj
Process   , Phute fa
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
R. H. TARN
Pioneer Horeeehoer - Ctrritge Works
FJBST 8TBEPT WEST * laONSDAI.E
11    11..        1 11' it
JOHN LINDEN        /
TAHaOB /
Ladies' tnd Uent'e SuiU to Ordc/
from Oh.Ot) and »%O0 retporliv/fy
Phone m Uintdole Car, 1Mb st.
,     NORTH VANCOUVEB
TEACHERS (Music)
l J
BOOKS ANP STATIONERY
THE UEONARD^AUi CO.
Booktellti's and SttUonors
I'm. Upaiale |«4 1st.        Phone If3
NOBTH VANOOUVltB,
SAM. T. SUTTON
TEAOHEB OF PIAVO and THBOBY
.Spedtlf-y: Children's Itttont at own
hone. Terms, etc,, apply Gweral
Deiirwy.
.'1   '
ADVERTISE IN THE EXPRESS iiii    i wmemmm
RINGS
ilm ciimbiituliiitt nl ihu Kngliih uiul
'ii.i.'ii. ..aa stylus ol ... .1.1 nn ring,
wlti. li Ium li" ii used iii lite production
nl lho "Kbits" ring is n com'ill tion
which is really disl'nulivo und p'eia-
ing.' Tlto "Kirks" Wedding rlftl, which
litis I...,,in.- ao pn;mlnr wilh Ctn
allium, ia mudo in oillnr ill nr 22-kui
ut gultl, stumped with Ih' name ■>'
"Birks," a in nu,' wlii ll ia un ulsoluti
guarantee nl ipiulity.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
juwt.llt.'1's and Silversmiths
^",TffiS lire  Hasting. & Granville Sts.
WI'.liK DAYS
Lonvo Vancouver 6.'ill u.ni.    nnd       l.cuvo North Vancouver 6.00 a.m
liaiaaa.     ......../>.. .,.     .,.*..    ,.   ... «.«a"
thereuller every '10 minutes unlil
7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.1)0 p.m
every 30 miniitoa until II. 1)0.p.ui
(hereafter 1116 and 1.00 a.m.
SUNDAYS
Id'n'-i'  Vancouver 7.10,  8.20 nn I
9.IIU llieroulter same ul weekdays.
VEHICLE, UATKS
A l.iinilii'i w.o'.iii., IritelaS ami
drays, 76c roltirn.
11 J buitw express oarriages ami
bucks, 60c relurn.
C—1 horse express buggii<s uml
autns, '.'nn return.
Time-table subject tu .hui a- wilbout nolice.
Company not liable lor tleltiys, accidental nr otherwise.
West Vancouver Motor l dinu.li Service
Lanncli'
West Vancouver," Cajitsir
Licenced lOI  3j |i.i:-' . nn,i l:.
I'ltttllay
TIM Ifi TAHLK
Loaves Vancouver          .               1 • evs West Vancouver
8.00
WEEK DAYS
8.30
10.00
10.30
12.011
19.30
14.00
14.30
16.30
17.00
18.00
18.30
■    22.00
(Snlurditys only)
33.90
10.00
SUNDAYS
10.30
11.00
11.30
I7.UH
17.30
18.00
.
18.30
81.30
91.60
Uing
e Fare lfic.        Tw„ TickotS 86c.
Quickest route I
run)   Nnitli Vgncnnvi-r tn ll
i' dimiicl In ai.nd
f.apilaiii, River.
I .."in. It "Wt/ftt VjncDtivei
'  makes  rfii'iifr-
linns,   willititil Ini
,  wiili llie lerry steamers
Irom North Vsn-
ennver, as per nliovr- Icliedulr.
NORTH VANi'OLiVKH CITY KKIIIHKft I.IMITKI)
TIME TABLE
TAKING  EPPIiCT  MAY  FJKSTi  '9"
and ihercafler overy '20 oiinules until 7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.80 p.
in. overy 30 minutee until 11.00 p.
m. thcrealtor 11,46 and 12.46 a.m.
Leave Norlb Vancouvor 7.20, 8.00
and 8.10, theroalter lame as weekdays.
PASSENGER HATES
Single lure 6c, 0 lor 26c, 30 lor tl, 70 lor 12.
All tho above rates include driver, liatca A and II subjscl to. 20
pad cent, discount in lots ol 60,
FREIGHT TARIFF
l'er 100 lln. rate, 6c.
Minimum ralo, 10c.
'i
NORTH VANCOUVER
Lots in D. L. 621, BAYVIKW; $300
to $325 per lot; $20 cash and $15
per month; or $50 cash and $10 per
month; or $100 cash, 0,12,18 mths.
S. F. MUNSON
BROKER     333 Pender St. W,      Phone 5654
ERINDALE. D. L. 662
Betwua proposed SECOND NARROWS BRIDGE
FIFTY FOOT LOTS, $330 %?Jl
™WH> WW 7° ev«___>I
Water und telephone service is being put into distriot now ood
route hss beep surveyed lor eerlino.
D McLURG
340 PENfip STRICT      VANCOUVER, B. C,
WATSR NOTICES
NOTICE is hereby g»y»n tM.Rapplication will be niodp under Part y.
if ttw "Water Act, 1!I0»,» l» o'lt.-.j i
a license in the Dietriut pf North < apt
cpuyer, Group 1, New .Westminster,
(now Viinciiuvor dwtrictj.
(a) The iiuuie, address and iwepn-
tion pi the uiplicanMI he t«i!|l»r»-
tiiin ol the Dislrict of Nprth Vmci.u-
vor,
(If lor mining ptir|iosce) Free Miner's
Certifioute No.
(b) The name nl the lake, stream
or source (il unnamed, Ihe description
ii)-M«Csrt»ey Creek.
(0) The ppint pf diversion-About
600 leet south ol tbe northern ptun-
ilury p| Distriot |.ot 2076.
(if) The quantity ol water applied
lor (in cubic feet per second)-!) eubie
loot per second.
(ej The character pi the proposed
works   Wooden dam end intake.
(f) Ths premises on which tbc water ia Ip be used (describe lamn)—The
District nl Nprth Vancouver.
(gi The purposes for whi'k llie water js to be used-Municipal purposes.
(Ii) II lor irrigutien describe the
land intended tp be jrrigbted, giving
acreage—Not lor irrigation,   a
(ij II tbe water is to be used for
powor or mining purposes describe the
place where the water is to be return
ed to some natural channel and tb
difference in allitude between poi' t o
diversion and point ol return—Not for
power or mining purposes.
(j) Area of orown land intended to
be occupied by the propostd works -
None
(k) This notice wns posted pn Ih
2.1th doy nl April, IUU, and applies
tion will be made lo the oouim ssion
et on the second day ol June, 1911.
(1) Give the names snd addresses o
uny riparian proprietor or licensees
who or whoss lands are likely to be
effected by tbe proposed works, either
above or below the pullet —Thooios
Aitkcn, Harold limit,in. Conrad and
lionry Hewitt, all ol Nuanimo, and
t. IL Hepburn, Fanny li. McCartnoy
ond Iv W. MacLoan. all ol Vancouver.
Nolo -Hue cubic loot per second is
equivalent to 36.71 miners' inches.
(■ll Tbo boundaries and area ol th ■
tiiiiiiieip.iliiy are as lollows I
All that piece ol land coninirnciuu at
a poll iniukiil G. F. I> situete oflhe
westerly shore ol ihe Nnnh Ann oi
Huiiinil Islet, Iwing the uor.h-t'ast
corner ul lot numbered 8,2 in tbs Dislrict ol New  Wei llllill t. I ;  lb 'in e it.l
along lho north boundary ol eaid lot
numbered 872 In the northwest cor
nsr thereol j thence in a westerly di
notion to tne north-cast corner pi lot
•umbered 266; thence west along the
norlb boundary ol laid lot numbered
266 to tbe sortb-eest corner of let
numberod 986 situated on 'Seymour
Crock ; tin nee wost along the nurlh
boundary of eaid lot numbered 9Sn to
ihs north-west coiner ol said lol;
thenco in a.westerly direction io lho
north eum comer ol lot numbered 8,6;
thonce west ulong tbo north 1 .nindar-
ies ol lots numbered 876 nnd ill tnd
a lino produced to the in'sr»criuli ol
lho coast line on Howo Snuni . tin pre
southerly along the coast line i , point
Atkinson; thence eaet along ibornust
line and north sbore ol Burrard lulel
tp a point in the couth-weal emir of
lot numbered 973 ;. thence u< rib t.loag
the west boundary ol ssid lot io ihe
north-west corner i thence east s'uBg
Ibe north boundary ol said lot numbered 273 and lot numbered Hi to the
north-sail comer ul said loi rumbcr
ud 272; thonce eoutk along ths east
boundary ol said lut tp '.hs intern c-
lion ol Ihe shore line; thence easterly
along tbo said shore' line to Roehs
Point; iheace northerly tiling the
west hIiuic of the Norlb Arm el llurrard Inlet aforesaid to point 4 commencement, and cnnlaintng ine hundred square miles, moro or less;
(r) Approximately thc nuonur id inhabitants is 1600.
(Signed) THE CORPORATION  OF
THE   DISTRICT   OF   NORTH
, VEU.
/ JOHN 0. FUtiVr.U,
3-7 C M. c.
WATER NOTICES
NOTICE is hereby gives that an application will be made un.li'i Part V,
pi lbs "Water Aet, l'st'.i," tu pbleis
• licence is the Dislrict pi Nortli Yen-
couvnr, Grpup I, new Wualui.sst.r,
(now Vancouver) di.trict.
(e) The name, address snd oicupu-
ii".. of the applicant-'Ihe Ci.iiK.ia-
tins pi the Dialrict pi Nurlh Wm-uu-
W> .,
111 Ipr mining puipo..es) Free Mm
cr'i ('erlilicaU lip.
(b) The same Pi the lake, stream or
souree (11 unnsmei, lbs description ii)
-Creek rusning through Dt.ltiei Lot
622 and crossing Keith lloud about 10
chains west ol eaet boundary of eaid
Districl Ut.
(0) The Point of div.raion In Du
trict l.oi 622 at or about 10 ohains
north of ths Kw'lh Road.
(d) The i|.ii.iiiii>' ol water applied
lor (is cubic loot per accent!) 2 cubic
test por second,
(s) The oberaolar oi Ibe pio|i.,»cd
wonts -Wooden dam and inlekt.
(f) Tbo promisee on which Ihe water is lo be usod (describo some)—Tbo
IHslricl ol Nnrth Vancouver.
(li) The purpoeee (or wbich tbe water is to.be uted—Nusieiuel purpom.
th) II lor irrigation describe the
laud inlended to 1* irrigafod, giviug
aoreagc—Npt fur I,ligation.
(i) II the water it tp be used lor
power or mining purpoeee dtscribs llie
place where the wtter is tp be returned to some natural channel, tnd the
difference in altitude between point ol
diversion and point ol return—Not lor
power pr minimi purpoie*.
(j) Area oi Crown land intendnd to
abe occupied by the proposed workr-
Nene,
(k) Thit notice was pooled pu tbe
Wlh day ol April, Ull, tnd eviration will be made tp Ibe ci.mimM.oncr
on the Seeond day ol June, ml.
(1) Give the names and tddreefes nl
tny rlptritn proprietors or licensees
who pr whoss lands art likely to bt
tleoted by jiw proposed wgifct, either
abpve Pr Wow the outlet-*!. 0. tick-
endon, of Vencouver. Tht balsnae is
S.iuamleb Inditi reeerve.
NOTE-One ewWe loot per second n
equivtlest to V-.1l miners' iaabm.
(u) Tte boundtriee and tre* of l*e
municipality aro ns lollows: I
| ,4(1 thnt W*m pf bind cnnnnraiing
nt a post Walked G. F. Ii. atlqatc nn
the westerly snore of tl e Npr.h Ami
■pf Burrerd Inlet, |enr the npiili-easi
eorner ol lot numbered 872 ip tho Districl. ol New Westminster; ihonce wist
tllnng tbt north boundary of said Int
numbered 872 tp tbe portp-west eorner
thereof; thenoe in a westerly direction
to the north-east comer ni lot numbered 966 ; thence west uloti; lho north
liiniiiiliiry pf spid )nt iiiiiiilinri;,! 116.1 lo'
the nni'tli-otiBl corner of Ipl nnuilier.'il
086 situatod pp Hoympitr Creet:;
thence weet along tbe north bouud.n y
nl suid lat numberetl V8A io the northwest cornet' pf suid lot ; thence   'll a
wenli'liy    lln art,.ni    lo   ilia:    n. ,11 h canal
eilllliT    dl    lut lillllllli'I'iil    876 j    ill. lieu
weet along tbs north buUidiiriet o' I ile
numbered 876 and 874 und a lino produced to Ihe intersection ol tho const
line on Howe Sound ;■ Ihence soiubir-
ly along lbs coust lino to Point Atkinson ; tlionco oust along the o. est
line and norlh shore of Ilurrurd Inlot
to a point in the south-west corner
of lot numbered 273; tbepco n .rtl,
along Hie west boundary ol suid lot
to the innth-weal corner ; thence east
nl'iiij; the north boundary of sad lot
numbered 273' and lot numbered 272
to the north-east comer ol suid lot
numbered 272; thenoe south ulong lho
eest boundary ol said lot to the intersection of the shore lino; thence
easlsrly along the said shore line to
Kin'he Point; thence northerly along
tho west shore ol the North Arm ol
llurrard Inlet aloresaid to point ol
commencement and containing nns
hundred squaro miles, more or less: i
(r) Approiiuistdy lho number ol inhabitants is 1600. '
(Signed) THE CORPORATION OF
THE DISTRICT OR NORTH
VANCOUVER.
JOHN G. FARMER,
2-7 C. M. C.
APPLICATION    FOR   LIQUOR   LICENSE
NOTICE is h.'t.-liy givon that ot Ihe
next silling ol tho Board ol   l.ieeise
Commissioners   lor   Ihe  Dislrict   of
North Vanoouver, I, the undcioiiriid.
intend   lo  apply lor a bole)   license
lor   premises situate an  lie..'ley    laland,  Eagle IL.i1i.iui. D. '.. 774,   in
tho said Dialrict nl Nurlh Viucti'iu'e,
W. D. PARKElt.
Dated nt North Vancouvor,
April 27th, 1911. I'
■    P0I^
,        PUBLIC  8ERVICE ACT
The qualifying examinations lur
Ihinl els.» Clerks, Junior Clerks and
Stenographers will lie hold at the billowing places, commencing un Mun-
duy, Ihe 3rd July next:—Armstrong,
t'h'illiwaek, Cumberland, Gpldcn,
Grand Forks, Kamloopi, Kuiln, Kol-
tiwnn, l.adyioiiilh, Nasnimo, Nelaon,
Nsw Wostminatcr, Nutlb Vancouver,
Peachland, Rovelalokc, Uusslond, 'Salmon Arm, Summerlund, Vancouver,
Vernon and Victoria.
Candidates must lie llniuli subjects
botwoen tho ages ol 21 and DO, il lor
Third-class Clerks ; aud between Wi nnd
21, il lor Junior Clerks or :-i.i,... i .
pheii.
Applications will not be accepted il
received later than the 16th ol June
mil.
Furtbor information, lordlier wilh
application lornii, may be obtuincd
Irom tbe undersigned.
P. WALKEH,
Rsa,islror, Public Service.
Victoria. B. C, 27th April, 1911.16-6
NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given
that, under the authority contained
in section 131 ul fhe "Laud Acl," a
regulation has been approved by the
l.icutriuipt il..v.ii...i In Council lixing
Ihe minimum stile prices ul Ural mid
second claia land, ol III) and (6 |)er
acre, respectively.
This regulation lut ilm provides ihat
Ibe pricei fixud therein shall apply lu
ail landi witb rstprcl lo which llie ap-
plication Ip purchuso is gives lavour-
able contideratios alter this dute, nui-
wkhsl sliding tho dale of auch alipli
cation or any delay tbat muy have
iieourred in lbs consideration ol tho
IMS.
Further notice is Iteteby given Ibul
all pi'iion. who have pending applications to purchase lands under lho pro
visions nl soctions 34 or 36 ul the
'Land Act" and whn are nol w Ilm:
IP complete such purchases under the
prices hud by lho aforeeoid regulglion
•hall be tt liberty lo withdraw such
epplioelioiii and receive refund of the
mwioys deposited on account pi such
applications.
WILLIAM R. ROSS,
Minister 4 Lands.
Department of l-tudt,
Victoria, B. C, April 3rd. 1911.   /-6
COAST DISTRICT, RANGE I
TAKE NOTICE that Uu Vancouver
Timber' k Trading Company, Limned,
intends to apply 'or permission to
purchaee lho loHowisg dee rilsl funds:
Communing at s pott plon'td at Ibe
Northwest eorner ol Lot i2\ ihence
rusning south 20 chaise, lb ne w.il
89 chaise, thenoe norlb 28.09 it rni,
Ibsnce salt 80 ohtist, thonce .u>'ih
8a09 obsina Ip plaoe oi commeneem'.int.
VANCOUVEB TIMBER * TRADING OO. WD.,
W. B. YAUGHAN, Agent.
DtUd 4*11 |A|jt, mi- liW
When you do any psfetfeg Inside or ouUide
the house better be sure of best results by
I M-L Pun
using
'ure Paints.
Colmi srs clour i>S a^..D.r sol bsrg a fsscs
l.aliaal .lu.. llllll mail piloli. Ao4 muili
..ood lobnilhlci.M-I.P.i"! ihioniib .tbit
klsll. Sprc.S. r.ii:r. ciivciinioicainl.ee,..at
bec.ui. ol s ipeci.l inficalnni lull .bout Inlet
SI to..,.
Foil, ■ ici t n colon lot III trior in J eiltr ior work
M.S.brlmp.risIVsr.t.b*fiolorCo..f.liuillil.
Toronto
M-l. FLAT WAU.
 i   H.-I....I..
■lie janlIlia lli.nl tu
esrry out Ihe nova
ll.lli'.filepc.ldc.er-
III0D. Ailiviic. lin-
ila, |. .I.n.il.li' - CO be
wubial like pilatll
wooJwork.     ill'1
•f"
atMipi
mm uwafcivay-w.
Recommended and sold by
BUELL BROS., Lonsdale Avenue.
BANK Of Hii
a^____0_________|__g * »
lW
Cupitul Paid Up  » 2760,00(1
lieicrvo k Undivided Profits'    3V,6,l)t'.6
Total Assots  40000,000
'Ihi Bonk ol Hamilton invites Savings Accounts—ond hus eliminated
nil undue foimulilics, liuth in the
ope'itiiiK ol such uccouiila   und in   the
la ail.ail      ul   wllllllrilWuls.
A chiirlentl bi)iik ia the logical
pluco lur the lufkeopihg ol llu
lund you wilb to accitmulute lor' old
ugo or to miike provision lor unforeseen needs. Intereal paid on tleptnils
ul -I ' " uud upwnrda.
C. G. HEAVEN, Agent,
North Vnncouvor.
Head Office:
HAMILTON
IF YOU DYE AT ALL
the only sensible dyes to use are
RAINBOW DYE!
You only have to use one dye for
all materials—wool, silk, mixed
goods and so forth. Therefore,
when you dye a dress with trimmings on it, you don't have to rip
the dress apart because one dys
dyes all materials.
Your Dealer Has Them
M. s. Mcdowell
R. C. Dl'C0MMUN-i3, 10, 15c stoic
Suppuae a ...' 1..11..1 is tbout lu order .i.nieiloin., or ulher nver yuur
telephone. The opera I or liml. your
line or lilies ivniiiigwl. 'Ihe cualomer
mi t wuii .., aai.l.i souiowbore else.
Mnylie he chutisos Ip wuit-cslls again
-again finds your lino or lines busy.
Thai menus u possiblo loss ol t cut
Iopwi
timer.-^
nbe
business   man ncodi ade-
| iptule lelepbuno aervico lur Ibo
a..'..min'.du I ion of hia business
nud his I'.nii.mi'is. WbeS you
lose customed ihn.iiijli "busy"
aignnla it hue beon pruvod thut
vour idepbpiio lacililies arc
iinideipinli'.
I'cuplo who get liusiinu make il
easy lor their eusluuien lo gat to
I hem and have tbo number ol telephone Hues their bushiest rcnuiice.
I he number should le determined by
lho amount u' uie at (be HUSlKST
time of tho day.
B. C. TELEPHONE CO., LTD.
Do you know that B. C butler pro-
dmiioi, I9W, WM 2jm,911   pounds I
,.re 22 eresunericj.
Do you know tha
largtatt in the Wa
lotion.
('   li...!'
r la,-.nl 4 popu.- TO tiXPRBM, WORTH VANCOUVER, a ft
■SPSaaHnna^paajHpjBaaajpj^^ajaiaaa^^MganMI—g^-ggBI^
Express Classified Columns
FOR BAU
Fresh Cream at the Orotto, 90 penis
tuepfet,
Mill Wood lor Balp-rCrearoer Trmn-
l«r Co., telephone 396 or 80, lfl-0
Fresh Cream at tha Grotto, it) eenls
per pint.
FOB SAI.E-Iaot m in blook (4, ILL.
BBS, three blocks from Boulevard facing south, 50*147 feet. Print tSOO. tlllO
I7B tvtry three months. Apply pwmir,
W 1st west. ii-8
Five DO-foot cleared lots, fronting on
Grand Boulevard, one bluck Ironi
laonsdala car, fl.OIKI, KIM cash., liul
anoo sis ipiarterly payments. Wanl.
Burmseter and von finievenilii.      ti ii
HENRY B. WATSON
Architect
Rooms 10 and 11, Pender Chambers,
623 Pander Street W.        Phone 3451
nnd l.on-daile Ave., Norlh Vuneouver
Beeidsace, cor. Lonedtlt Avt   tod
93nd street, North .Vuneouver.
BTT
Angus J. Cameron
A.M.I.E. it 8.
CIVIL ENGINEER
Irrigatiun, ilrulnage, levels, pinna
and specilitnli..ns. Replic lunks und
house drainage u speciully. V. I),
Boi '111, 16th itreet west uf Bewicks
Avenue.
New Harness Shop
A BRANCH OF THE VANCOUVEB
HARNESS CO, HAS BEEN OPENED
IN THE PREMISES OF THE C. M.
li N. COAL AND .SUPPLY Co., COR.
E8PLANADE AN6 ST. GEORGE'S
AVE. A FULL STOCK OF FIBST-
CLASS.HARNESS AND HORSE FITTINGS WILL BE CARRIED. A
SPECIALTY WILL BE MADE OP
BEPAIB WORK. PRICES Will. BE
THE SAME AS THOSE IN VANCOUVER.
Vancouver Harness Co.
PHONE 261)
WatHTRJ)
WANTED-Strong boy lo work in
garden. Apply evenings to W. Bail
ley, Keith and CheeterAeldv ,      Hi ii
WANTIJD-In     North    Vancouver,
email lot, small cash payment, monthly lerms.    Apply IflOfl, Espress Office.
0-fl
WANTED -ilreusniaking. All kinds nf
good class work undertaken. Shirt
waists nnd skirts a apacialty. Mrs.
Iliiyineiii, 2nd house, 8th street, adjoining lloiili'Miid, North Vancouver,
tig
Hock Critshul- Foreman Wanted—To
aet up ami run lite cily rnek cruaher.
Apply tu
GEORGE S. DANES,
H-ll City Engineer.
LOBT
LOST-I'liuiler ll,,.., 10 monllis old
while and brown. Child's pat, answer-
ing to iSkoukitm.   Ilewurd, Bov 1007,
I A|ll,     ,   IllliaV
LOST—Three gueae, hulf grown, leu
t Ini aai, one gray and Iwo while. Finder rut urn lu A. Wild, 16th and I lies
lerliold. 0-6
LOST-Gsot'e Wulch, between 4th
uiul lllili streets eusl ul l.nn dule, with
initials   II.   W.   Cnmerun, Prince  llu
-I.   Rewurd, Bus  IIHW, Espress '"
Of-
MI80BLLANEOUS
Elder Murruy Co., (ire insurance,
Freeh Fruits daily at tha Grotto.
.1. I.iiuli.'t nnd Nurlh l.unsdale
Freeh     Hum. mull,     daily    at   the
Grotto, 6 cents pef quart.
Freeh     Buttermilk    daily   at   the
Grotto, 6 cents per quart.
Wurd, I'.ui ni.-ii. i k Von Graeveuilv,
like Nortli Vancouver prospects, huve
come lu Ihe front, Their ..llu.- is nuw
removed i,, the eorner ul Lonsdule und
■'iih street. Cull and investigate properties in any locality ul the dietrict.
6-6
FOB BENT-Olfice, suitablg
for real estate. Apply at Tailor
Shop, cor. Lnimnale uml 15th
Btreet. n-6
TAKE NOTICE Ihat the Couno I ul
Ihe Cnrpnration.nl the I'ily ol North
Vancouver intends to construct as
work ol local improvement sanitary
sewer and lot connections on Lonadale Avenue Irom INth street to lllth
street under an Intent Ion I'-1'-1) seel ion
266 ol the Municipal Clauses Act and
inleuda lo assess the html cost thereol
upon the real prupurty fronting nr
.■Ium in... ih. 1. on, ami to lie bunelillel
thereby, anil that a statement show
ing the lands liable la pay the su
iisiie.'.-ineni anil Ihe names tilths owners thereol, so lar as can lie ascertained from the last revised Assessment
roll is now on hie in the ollice ollhe
Clerk ol the Municipality and is n|icti
lur inspection during office hums.
The e.iiiiiuiie.l eusl uf the work is
$4,000, a.f which 1210 is to be provid
ed out nl the generul funds of the
Municipality.
.   THOMAS SHEPHERD,
City Clerk. 16-6
North Vancouver, B. C,
.lune 6th, ,1011.
WILL BE URGELY ATTENDED
Crowds Coming From Outside Coin's
tn "Mado in Canada Fair"
If present iiidieaWone muy he taken
ua I,ny criterion, crowds ul people will
come tp V unci nt ver during thu week
of .lune 14th tu •J'.'inl. The dilfunn
railroad ami titinipoitalion lines tunning into thu oity will oiler special
rutpe, and this luken in oiiininotjnn
with the big alli'nctiuns offend by th-'
lair itself anil the lacl that Van'Oli
ver ie always at her beat at this season of the year ebould lie sufficient In
draw visitors from all parts of II. C.
and Ihe Statee of Washington .ml
Oregon.
The matter of special nmusaina-i.e
has imt suffered Irom lack nl alien-
linn. Parades in greal variety will be
hehl every day anil will n-linl. civic,
floral, industrial, school . bTdi.n'.. au-
Pur$c & Galloway
BUILDING CONTRACTORS
Brick antl Concrete Work
Ila.a.    .   Iliinguluws,   Elc. 11 Spuiitilly
I'lutis submitted.   Estimul s
Cor.  Keith  Ruutl und lluule.urd
NORTH   VANCOIVER
tuninbilc, hurst) and military displays.
' A programme enmmittee bus been up-
IMiintad to arrange for a program
every lureiiuun, afternoon and ttv pin j.
Tha* will include band concur,s, .hm''
usee    und    vaudeville    perform. 11 .'es.
I There will be firework displays every
lunula and a greal musical fesiivil in
which Ihe different bands of Ih'i c|.y
and province will lake purl.
TENDERS
TENDERS will he received by   the
iiiiilurgigued up lo Wednesday nufin I'm
I.-ll' .allllllllia.      d Ill 111 .-■ ll ilia',    OtC.   tlffico     ttt
Number  22,   l.unadule  Ave. Speeiiici
lions, etc. at uffire uf undersigned, !
plumule Enal.
6-6 .1. P. CRAWFORD it CO
PLAZAJROOMS,
.lust Up. ucl New and modern
throughout, apeciul rules by week, IIN
Eapluuude West. Mra. il. W. .lucksoli,
proprietress.
BAWFILERS
DONALD DOWIE
Saw Filer and Grinder. All kinds uf
hiuid, cross cul und buck sews sit
and hied nt alia a 1 a. 1 notice. II Lonsdale Avenue, North Vuneouver.
Going Through?
Of Course It's
Going Through
If You Don't Take Thii
Chance, Someone
EUoWill
BUY SHARES
paying estimated dividends of 15
per cunt, the first year of operation
and increasing yearly.
Grouse Mountain
Don't allow outside capital to gobble
up tlie one local proposition of whose
success not one solitary doubt lias
been expressed.
Splendid Investment (or tbc Conservative
■ SEND FOR PROSPECTUS hi	
4|JUjW}«nta   of  North
ml Vancouver may obtain
dock from ex-Mayor May
of May & Burnt) Lonadale
Avenue, North Vancouver
F. ,M Jvoi|ls«r, Secretary Grouse
Mountain Scenic Incline ReftVay
Company, Suite 304, ji<jJjfcnder
St., Vancouver, fi. C.y^
Please send me prospectus and
detailed information of (he Grouse
Mountain Scenic Incline Railway.
Name ,,,,, ..,...,...,,,,
Addreta.,.,	
(OmiWOOl) WANTED
Sound, dry lirsl growth lit' for ('ity
Schools in (he following quantities :
t'onlrul HohOol—it) eurila.
lam...liilc Sehuul—If) curds.
Eusl End Sehuul--I cm da.
Tenders lu lie lodged with the undersigned by 13th .lune.
GEOIIGE (WMI'IIEI.I.,
. r'eotui ut')'    I'oartl    ol
School Tiusl.ea, I', 0.
li-li Hox I7«
"IMPERIAL"
«,
The name "Imperial" stamped
on Garden.Hose is a
guarar.'ee ol Quality,
We are sole agents
for Noilh Var.couvtr,
Im lliit. In .nu I ul I ,i,;i ,
have handled same lot
yi'iiis, and |,i:,i,itii<e
every luot.
When buying Hose,
insist on gill.ng the
btsl. Lawn S'link-
Itrs, Nozzles and
Reels of llie best
quality always in stock
NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION
NOTICE is hereby given ihul Ibo J
t'li-piirtnei'sliip heldtoi..ic su sialin; l.e-
iween Ihu undersigned as real estate j
liiol.ei., under Ihe lirm nuiio of
1'iercu & Hull of North Yiin'mtver,
hus Ihis duy been dissolved liy mi-
111.il consent, The bus lies., will b re-
alter lie curried on by 11. C. V. ilu'l.
by whom all debts uf the uid firm will
lie puid, und In whom all-uuleiuiuliii:
uceounla due Ihe uid linn sre to I.i
paitl.
GEOIIGE II. I'lEIK E.
IIEHIIEHT C V. HAI.1,.9-1
Paine & McMillan
The Hardware Specialists Phone 12
First Street and Lonsdale Avenue
FRED G. TURNER
Notary Public
Loans,   Investments    and    Insurance.
Boon 307, M2 Granville Si., Vancuuver, II. C.   Phone 8309.   Land ltcgia-
ny work a specialty.
McMillan's for money savers
A FEW OP OUK PIIHT.S-COilPAKE THEM WITH ANY.
Sugar, .... „ail,.i..l,  l> lb. sack    $1.00
Ten, McMillan's :i Ib. fur  tl mi
liuhing Powder, Cojiilyke llrund—
full 16 01. tin,., ..Inc.
Coffee--whole roast  umUkcslily
ground, per Ib -^kfti' *Sc-
iliuii, luiiey  augar cured |H.'Klb....'J0c
Canned Fruits, delicious California
Pears, Peaches, Apricots und
lluspberries, lw tin     20c.
la. ..la ., line English pickles, |ver
bottle Vk.
Ilitller, Ireah tniitle, New /eal.iinl
3 Iba tl.li'1
uiM, McMillan
 Phone 20	
ALV0 von ALVENSLEBEN, LTD.
REAL ESTATE AGENT*
FINANCIAL BROKER*
Wn hflVu ii large lift of properties fur eale in llie Oily and Municipality
of NORTH VANCOUVER open for inspection of intending jmrclins-ers
Branch Office: 4 Lonsdale Ave.
Cipt. 0. Allfll I VIII,
Manager
I
\
THE HOME FURNISHERS
FURNITURE
for everybody.
Carpet Squares
and Rugs.
We have just
received a
complete line
ol Imported
Linoleum*
and
Oilcloth*
Price* right.
Special Attention given to
Window Shades,
Curtain Rods, etc.
128 .Lonsdale Avenue
DINING CHAIRS
AND TABLES
Buffets, Sideboards
and Dressers
Try our
All-felt
Mattress
Pillows
and
Blankets
If you intend making your borne
In North Vancouver eee us.
We also carry a full
line of Crockery*
mm*m\§tmnyrW[immmirW ftmWWW
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