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Volume U
North Vawoouvee, B.O., huiuY, June 80, 19U
Number 38
Ready (or Celebration
Final Arrangements Completed and Interested
Ones Impatiently Wait for the Dawn
of Tomorrow
The members of the various commit- bettor qualified than any other iudui
tie* ol the Dominion Day eclobrution, dual iu British Columbia to bundle mi
hiving completed tho linul arrange- event of tiiit nature us lor lilt |l'il|
incniii, uro taking udvuutago of ilu Ihroo or four years he hat dolighted
tbort respite before tho suprumu re- | the public iu the wuy in which the ,lm
Bulls of Ihuir labors dulighl the ihnu- plays in his charge have bem shown.
tandt of visitors und residents wh'i 'Tho feature of the lirework display is
will witness the gretitost ciluliralinn in 'probably the "Nama Kails,'] the light
the liiiiim. of North Vancouvor.
Today tho merchants ure decorating
their places of business and the public buildings in Ihe cily aro rosph intent with colors, the good old rrd,
white and blue of England ling Ihu
most commonly usod. The siiiniuuiy
of the events of the day uro ns follow* i
At li.In a.m. the Hoy Scouls from
Vincouver will arrive ; ut 10 a.m. Ibe
Hoy Scouts and the City Hand will accompany tho Mayor and Civic author-
in, < to Ihe officers und men of II. M.
S. Rainbow ut Larson's wharf from
which a return will be niiiuo to Iho
ojty ball where Ihe official inauguration of the cciobriilion will lakcpluco.
At 10 a.m. Iho iTl-inilc marathon
racing event, comprised of the pick oi
long distance amateur runners from
Mulish Columbia will start from Ihu
cily hull und will lie run ovor a chosen
course finishing ut Ilia cily hall about
11.20. Al III a.in. the sailors' p.at
on tbe l-.-plui, nl, will bu slur tod ami
al III.IIS.Ihe children's iporlt ul Victoria I'm I, will commence, At I pin.
Ilie aquatic events on ihe waterfront,
the Hoy Scouts competitions in Victoria 1'ark uml Ilie   itblutic spurts al
Vii'lollll   Park.     I   plU     baseball   gniiie
Vancouver Clovers vs. Victoria mia-
i .-ui I emu ut Itccrculion I'urk. li p.m.
Hoy .Scouts spuiis, Esplanade. '.I p.m.
firework dis|iluy on wuterfroiil. I he
manager of Ihe committees, Mr. T. ti.
Drown, has work.if hard anil often in
tho interest ol liic celebration und has
things in splendid shape, ensuring u
successful leiiniiiaiiiii Mr. Hoberl
Chance, iiandinuster of the North Vin-
conni Cily llnuii and chairman id Iho
musical commit loe, may lie congrulii-
|ilud on his efforts in poltiiig two
/lands in the lichl which will play during itbl duy ul lm different point* ih
the city. The fort thul North Vancouver is not dependent for its music
on any other city is gratifying in the
extreme.
AQUATIC SPORTS
The following is a lisl of the events
in the aquatic sports held at Larson's
wharf tomorrow afternoon nt one
o'clock : Dinghy rowing race, liojs under Hi; cutter race, all comers: lour-
oared tujjslrcuk, four piwlcis; one
inih; single scull (outriggers) : men's
•ingle eiiiiue rare, boy's swimming
race under If) years i 100 yards sjaifli,
mill of Kuinbow ; l.uli. ' mjjle oar
race; gcnllemun's single our race;
ladies' and genl Iciiu /s |iuir oured
races; ladies' single hciiII chiiinjnoii-
•hip of North Vuncoiives and thu
punching race the le -i two out »f
three. Mr. ,1. N. ,1. Hrown, who is
in charge of the aquatir sports requests that if possible all tnlrict
should be brought in by lonighl in order that the committee may bo ubiii
to make arrangements nrcordingly.
from which is so brilliant tint photographers may oasily take phiiogruphs
of the, crowd. The set pis is uf tht
coronation givos pictures ol lb.* bin.:
and tim en surrounded with p.iti mi,
dovious, first showing in a brilliunl
white light hut gradually turning to
bho different colon of dn<s und decorations. Altogether a ' "ni two or
Ihroo hours' enjoyment muy bu looked
forward to from the time ol stilting
at il p.m.
EARLY ENTRIES
The entries to dule received tor tomorrow's spurls! are pleas llg as to
numbers and class is well represented
also.
Those intending lo compete iu Iho
s|iorls tomorrow uro asked if possible
lo hand in their cullies to Ihu wcro
lury id the s|iorls committee, Mr. >!
D. Tompkins, this evening.
1'liologrupbers uro invited lo blpromt at the lirework display at 9 p.m.
on .Saturday and take piotures of Ihe
crowd by the light of Ihe Namu Kails
firework, a piece over I >u feet long of
da/sling rays of ijnsuijmssiil brillianoe,
•irnnKS INIIISIWAI. EXHIBIT
Mayor .1. I). Taylor, City Treasurer
ilohntloiio und Mr. II. A. Smith ol
Vuncouver have consented to ucl a,
judges for the iiuhistriul . iil.it lu
morrow.
H. I'. HOV SC01T.S
All North Vuiicoiivei Senilis lire requested lo be ut Ilie Hall on Friday
al 7 |i.m. lo receive instiuctions for
Saturday.   II. It. Sharp, Seoul ma tier
The Mayor sayi-'Tlease Decorate"
Mr. Morden,
Editor Expreu,
North Vancouver, B. C.
Dear Sir:—
I with you would kindly publish in the fiist issue
ol your paper a request to ihe Citizens of North Vancouver to ttaordfe (heir places ol business lor ihe
first July, and thus help alVg the first July Celebration Committee in decorating the Cjly.
Yours truly,
Wm. McNeish,
Mayor.
District Council Meets
—.——ii     I, i. i
Government's Offer Accepted — Hollyburn
Wharf to be Repaired at Once—Dredge
ing of Lynn Creek Channel.
 ,  4
With tho observation tbut hall a
loaf is bettor than no bread, Councillor Allan at last evening's meeting of
tho district council moved that tho offer of tho department al Ottawa for
cation In the reeve and council, culled
attention |o the bud condition of tho
Keith road between the l'u|>ilano
bridge and Hollyburn, und slated that
a portion of the rond traversing 1). I .
the remaining portion of the Holly- 337, on which a .fnpunoso contractor
burn whorl be accepted. The diitrict had been working was positively un-
authorities have for some lune been sale for travel. A further request wus
in communication wilh Ur. 0. A. made in the Idler for Ihe establish-
Keefer, Ihe dislrict engineer, Ottawa, monl of a permanent grade ut Holly-
urging thu immediate construction of a burn opposite the post office. II I h ol
new wharf or failing in this repairs to these   requests   were   referred   to tho
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mis 8. Kilchio hat jutt arrivr.i bom
Crunbrook after a three jnouilii1
lo li.-i friends.
v'tit
Diss  Olive  fj.   Punch   of  Kendall,
l-'.iigliuid.   has left   the old  hind on a I
vi.il to lun tiller) Mrs. »   C. pomp- |
stun, View street.
Congratulations arc being sh.wercd
upon Mr. ami Mrs. S. !•'. Might on tho
arrivu! nf a son and heir.
"Hang I" "Hang I" How ul oul timet
Ill-pound shells covering acrtofiky
space in Iho firework display if
Don't   fail lo sue   the firework piece
tomorrow night donated by prominent   fU'"'
i ni.-,-ns   No ono will know just what
Ihis is until it is fired.
tho present damaged structure.      The
councillor's, motion  was  the mn •
of a loiter from Mr. Koclcr to the effect that wliereas tho pretont government vote in connection with thu
Hollyburn whurf is |f>,0b0, only live
twelfths of which hud boon authorized
for   expenditure,   mul   wherout ho hud
  instructions (rum his do|>ortmonl    lo
Seiie'ary Kcirjp of tin Nor h Van- ' W 'rmn """ amount g!W2.1li lo Ihe
couvcr City Perries on Wednesiltiy ol-1 Vuncouver Dredging and Sulvugo Com- j ver wroto protesting ugainst tbo ul
lernoon found two chliLly eons!metrl puny, it il, thoroforo, ncoeseury that jigged exorbitant tuxes aisested against
bombs near ihe Iciry wharves. Tho'the niiinicipality waif until tho lie- him in lot 771 'Ibis wu» lef rnd to
Internal machines w.re evidently the K'»uiug of the new year lor the bal- j tbe engineer for a report. Mr. Edwin
work of Mini-j yoiingst rl who1 withed j ttnco "' 'ho *WW offered previous iQuarrilt, ttaling thai he was about
lo blow up some ol Iho fish near the'1" tbil letter for Iho remaining por- to erect I bungalow in II. (.. 78b\
wharves. Mr. Kemp's knowlodge ol '>'>« »' 'ho wharl. The balance ol |,|„ck 8 nnd lot 'i, asked that llio
bomb throwing stood him in good I 'he ivuiliWe fivotwelllhs ($IIII7.SI) Icouncil should tiki, sle|is lo blalt tbo
I und ho hurl.d the obnoxious ob-!<"   lie   paid   '»   the municipality  ill   slumps on Ihe loud allowance in front
Ih mid of Wints with power to ucl.
On recoiiiiiiriuliiliiin of the engineer
lenders aro lo In; culled far Dudley
road clearing, grubbing and gruding,
and tin: specifications and plans are to'
| be ready for the next meeting. This
i road will probably In: opened as far'
as Nelson Avenue.
Mr. Percy W. Cliarlealon of Vuncuu-
... I'M far out into I he Inlet.
The clearing of the right of way on
the (iroiisu Mountain Scoidc Kuilwuy
is finished lo tho foot of the imbue
and (he work of grading is commenced.
MISSED FHUM  CENSES HETCHNS
The
a danger lliul u good many
residents   who   should   be credited to
North  Vuncouver in the census   now
'being completed  will  lie lost  thruugh
Speaking   of   scenic   ruilwayi    and   (lie eiiiimerulors being unable to find
mountain   climbing,   there arc minis-   the parlies,   ll is important lint the
lure atlractioat in limit  of Ihe  'Ex- j North' Shore  niuke   the best   possible
press" office caused by tower work.       showing in the census returns und any
,    ,      , „,     ,.    ,       .    'resident.-whose name has mrt been t.ik-
Mr. IrawlordandMwIMy.whoi n   ^ a,lnlMU„i(;u(l) wil,lout   W|
have but, .laying with Mri,  ttam, w(||) ^ (jm  p,   ,, .|(.       .q% %
-ih sinei, have lefl for u luief visit
to Yellowstone Park and the state nl
I lab.
once providing this ofler was accopt- | „/ ,|,0 |ol.  y\lm „.,,„ „,&.„.„,   ,„  ,,,„
ed.   Mr.  Keefer further staled  tbut il j Horuil of Workt.
ibe council did not consider Ihu ollur
lit  had  instruction!  from Ibe ilc|.'iirt- i    A   petition was received   Irom   til
he   Property  owners  asking  lor   a side.
jwulk from the end of King street ono
block ailing Muhon  Avo. und  wusl to
Coun. John Lawson, who hut  over   Nye ttreet.    Thii   matter  was relcr-
thc internals of his wurd ul heart, sec-   r„) tu ,|,„ ||(ml,, ))( Wll|.kl(
onded   Coun. Allan's motion,   at    thu I
n.. ,i... reomiiiirmlniion of Councillor
monl   to   do   not hing   further  in
matter until next your*
MUI t;l ET TO HE I'HESENTEI)
A bouipiol of llowcrs will Is; protunl
id lo the ciiiiiliuiliilcl of H.M.C..S.
dining the opening cert'inunict tomorrow at the city hull at III o'clock unl
and Mayor McNeish would like to
have us largo u iiiiinlsr ns j,■, - -1 i, J. ,,f
little girls |iiis,ni at liial lime. Par
ciiis cun assist in this respect lo make
ihis pretty feature a sum ss.
BALL GAME A FEATURE
Tho Vancouver Clovers, recognized
at the foremost amateur busuball (cam
in ilritith Columbiu, and the chain
pi»n Victoria amateur nine will claeb
at Recreation 1'ark tomorrow aft
noon for etiprcmucy und the tftty cup
.burnt'"I for Ihe oven! by the t|ir>4»
committee. It it nni loo much to export that tho best game of baseball
ever played in North Vancouver will
be wilnetscd. The game will be culled al I p.m. and the full nine innings
art to be playod. At I here is to lm
no admission charged il should ajipeal
to everyone lor il is seldom that a
lieal of this kind it given lo the pub
lie on tht gritii batit.
CITY SEWEHAtiE SYSTEM
llapid headway is now being mude
by M.i.,I,,im, li 'i/owski C»m|iany on
III.) installation of the unitary sewerage system. Tbr work on ihe Kspluir
inle anil on Uunl street will bo aim
plated ut the end of this week and
lhat on I.' i and Second streets in
about five weeks' lime. Ihe Firsl
siiei I trench is now o|itn for tbo entire distance and u large force of mun
it ut work pushing Iho work as fast
us iiossiblo. Maulnuncll 'i/owski and
Co. ure prcpurcd lo undertake the
making of bouse connections and already Hovoral ti these ore under way.
The sews* system should be in ojirra-
lion early in August inasmuch at the
nmin tower on Forbes Avenue to Iht
cily limits is already completed.
Program will be issued con-
liniiously throughout Ihe day from Iho
stand of the North Shore I'ro-s I.td
on the Esplunudv and will contain thu
Intel results of all the events in connection with the lull Dominion Day
celebration.
j leleplioiie 77, North Vanouvor.
Marriages
sumo time remarking that tho Dominion government mutt be awfully
hartl up ul the present lime.
The motion was carried with no dis
senting voices.
Mr., Fell, iu a letter lo Iho  council,
[ liud a scheme for dredging Ihe   chun-
' nol of Lynn ('rock   for the  |,ur|>ose of
confining   the   stream   lo its  nutural
course.     Kvery your, said Mr.    Full,
On the
Allan Mr. Ireland of Lynn Volley wai
awarded (in for damage dono lo bis
duelling house from the bhisling operations carried on in that vicinity
I by the Hoard of Works.
McCONNFI.L-NFILSON
uperly along ihe bunks of tho creek
,.    .,, , , ,      ,     sutlers   damage   from   washouts,   thu
On Wcilnsduy ut  the niiinsc liy llm ,   , ,. .   ...    .
„      „     ,,,,,,,.    „     . „ I liurtioular rone in which Ilus damage
Hev.   bum.I,I   Mneleod,   Mr.   (umplall .u      .   _
„ „ ,.,,,      '< was most pronounced being from   tho
Slevonson   Met onnol    ol  Norlh Van- ' L. .,, , ,  •, ,, ..    ,,.
Keith road bridge lo Ihe mouth of the
couver to Misa .loan Neilson of New-
lands, Ulatgow. The hu|i|n couplu will
reside in Ihis cily.
The local I..0.1.. No. Mo will moot
nt their hall over Iht l'.x|,rcss office
on .Suuduy evening ot 7 o'clock   and
paradl  in  a body  lo  the Methodist IMIIIKHTSON- SMI 111
church where Hev. A. ,1. I'rotior will      At  the home nf Mrs. liullagli
pleach an Orange sermon   lo    whieli | Wednesday oflcrnoon Mr. Kdward
Ihu public is invited.
The amateur Wizard baseball iuiiii
of North Vuncouver defeuled the local
Methodist bull tossers ut the boulevard diamond on Tuesday evening. At
Ihe end of the gulue the score slood
IT lo 171. The biiiiiii," wire: '•!. I. .
disls, Weir and Martinson ; iVitar.ti,
I'lbngsoii and Aiulorsnn.
Tho North Shore Hook and Sliilion-
cry Co. it the name of one ol the Iui
est additions lo North Vancouver business house*. Mr. .1. K. Scout en. f.„
some yean in the employ of Thornton
Stutionory Co., Vancouver, itthe|,ro-
pneioi mul Ihe place of butinets is in
stream.
Mr. Fell advised the council that h.,
huti hud surveys and estimates prepared for the work and lhat thu cost
would Is somewhere '" 'I'1' vicinity ol
Wo.isiil. In this regard it was decide/
il,.,' tbo council should meet Mr.
Fell next Thursday uflernoon for fur
the, consideration in ihu matter.
Mr. I'hupuiun, secretary of the Joint
Civic Advertising committee, wroto
laying charge* to the effect that from
locul men's statements it would seem
I hut they en mini obtain cni|>loyn>onl
iu   North   Vancouver  except   through
llohorlson and M ss I'.llicl Harriett
Smith, both of North Vuncouver. Tho
Hev. (iillam performed the ceremony.
After the wedding a dainty lunch was
served.
POLICE COl HT
lu Ihe intliie court a munlicr in*pro- I,. ,. ... j
.. , .     ! Vancouver Kmployment Agencies,  ono
ininenl   cili;ein   wer,;    brought belore ,       .,     .   ,, '   .,    _   _j    .   ta   .
„ „ .  . , would usk that tha Board of   Work.
Major  McNeish charged with contra- i   - . ,       ,„ •,. j ...        . .
,,,,,,„"       ,    ! officials notify their men of Ihe exist
volition ol Ihu l .Iv Wal.r llvlaw. Tliu , ,      ... . , .       ..
....     '  ,       .   'once ol a Iree labor and information
accused pain.  . eight  in uumljer,   in   , »
, .   .,   '. ,. bureau.
dclaiill  ol their water taxes not huv ..        . ,,        ,,,,,.   i
..,,,., ,   I   Hy motion of < oun. l.oulot tbo dork
ing nn;n I'.nd. liud liuil their    supply .   ,     .   .  . ,   .       ,,f
-     .  , . ,i      .      wus instructed  to communicate   with
cut   off   nt  the   instance   of the city , „      ,,, ..... .a
i .... j   i    j .•    i Mr.   (hnpmun    asking that    specific
treasurer, who liud notified Ihe dubu- '
ipicnls previously und ill a good many ,
Mr.   Chupmun    asking that
charges Iw laid.
Messrs.   Askuw and   Keiuicdy  wrists
the now Horne block noiir the Lout   coses Ihe property ownerl hud turned I  ,T""it",   " "',,     7... I.n ,!■«.
, ,_ _ ,  _x.j I     .,      .;.       '  ,,.,,, _, slating that sonic lime lasl (all tney
V
(iOINd IP
GRAND FIREWORKS
Probably the must interesting and
rerloinly the molt beautiful of the
mull il tide of attraction! prepared by
thl committee for tho Dominion Day
celebration is the fireworkt display under thi direction and masaginwnt of
Mr. F. 0. donee, Ur. .font* itjperhapi
The |insiiive indications of a move
in local real eslulo, , ;,,, i., 11 ■. along
Ilie Esplanade, probably due from Iht
many well founded rumor, thul th.
(' I'll, will ofler all be tbo |iioneer
railway lo negotiate Iho Norlh Shore.
Two real estate deals have been recently closed by Mr. .folin Alexundir,
Ihe |ii,ii)iiiielit really merchant, agant
for Mrs. A. II"■■>■ Theae are Ion llii,
block IM, D. I.. 974, and lot II, block
170, IJ. L. 'ill. Thit cou|,led wilh iht
fad Ihal ni'veiiil more deals art
pending, sunns lo justify the supposition that a greet boom may be expected in lmul values in Ibe near future.
Mr. D. Amskold bat recently purchased tho fid foot corner of lb* Et-
pUn*4e and «l, Andnw'i.
dale avenuo ferry wharf
Mrt. .1. II English, win, has been
seriously ill for tome days was
ibought to be progress'ng vviv 'r
volubly until Wolncsday cvcniiu when
she tufferod t relapse. While il it
l','|i.d that Ihis may not pre veil Lir
recovery the physicians hnve mil. "id
ebtolulc gu'i and all frinds arc rt-
ipicslcd lo assist in tbis regard.
With the beginning ol duly Dr. Nvw-
roinbo of Ihis cily will have eesucial-
ed wilh him in his med cud p.nielli E. A. Martin. Dr. Martin wet t
classmate of Dr. Newcombe at Mdiill
university cloven years ago and hat
been practising at Komjlville, Un
lario, where ho built' up a largo practice and earned a high raputstinn in
his profession.
Mr. Alexander Philip, who has re
oonlly returned from Ottawa where bt
hat boon representing th* local I'reeby-
lerian organiration al Ull (Jtnaral Al
on the water again without consulting ,    , , , , u
,    , .            , , hud Ionium a • set of horness   to Ur
the uulhonlU's.   lulling into   account ,, ,,   ,, . . .    .   .      .,.   .
,   , . Keel, ll/e road siipeiinlcinlenl and Ibai
the fad  thai  the ucciisulion* wore in I  .      S\      , . ,       , j
..„.,! that* lad  not been rotumed, una do-
a measure test ciisn. Mayor McNeish
dismissed the |,urties with tho caution
that the city waterworks superintend
unl would be sonl to shut off the city
water which the dclinijuonte were us J
ing, and thai this would be continued
until the rule* were paid.
PATKIOTJC 81 NDAY
mended either payment of the Ion or
(be return of the harness in good con'
ditioii. Tbis was referred to tho
Hoard of Worlit.
Mr. H. II. Ellii reported Ibe prevalent)! of blasting in tbe quarry ell da)
lasl Sunday which he styled at a deafening noise. A coinmillii; was instructed lo Iniii, into tbis matter,
A leti.'i from Ihe M. ('. society for
Lynn Valley To
Have New School
II,eve McNuughl, Mrs. E. ITiliipl.'ll
und Mr. T. S. Nye us u delegation
from Ihe Hoard of School Trustees tor
the district of North Vancouver hud
a very sulisfaj;lory interview at Vic-
toriu this week Willi Hon. II E.
Young,'Minister of Education, wilh
reference lo ihe building of a nuw
school house nl Lynn Vulley. The minister freely complimented- Ihe delegation upon i he rapid development of
North Vancouver and assured I hem of
Ihe willingness of his ilepiirtinent lo
uudurluku ull reasonable obligations
to assist the good work. The result
of Iho Interview was that Ihe de|iurl-
monl will erect a new four roomed
si'hniil building on the pria lit site at
Lynn Valley. The school will have a
concrete or slone foundation und will
be strictly modern in every particular1.
Tho prouul building will be used for
auxiliary purposes after tin; new building is completed. The pic cue nl a
school building of the character which
it is jiiopiii.id lo erect will | luce
Lynn Vulley in u most enviable j,"1-
lion with iispiei to educnti'ii al I'd
iliet.
tembly of thl Preebyterian Church of dwelt very ably upon the topic "Why
Canada, on Wednesday evening ad-11 lovo ('heist." Some very good
dreutd * Itrg* gathering in St. An- point* were explained Irom thit latson
drew'i church.    Mr. Philip   gave an |dty Mr. Patterson.   Next week Ih* to
Sunday't  scrvicce iri  Si.  Andrew's I ihe provimtion  ol cruelly to animals
Prosbylerion church will l,c of a pat-   wat received asking for a small grant,
riolio  nature.   Subject  for the morn-  and giving particuliri ol gr|nU given
ing service "Canada's there in world   |,y otbtr cities and municipalities, ftn
cvmigeli;aiion    Evening   service    at   was donated for tbit purpoM.
7.30 o'clock "Canada's I'rijtpccli ind '   „    ,,   „    „ . . .,
j    ,r. Mr, il. S,   Ronton, secretory of the
Penis-He shall have dominion   alto i., ......       , .   ,,,,
, „ j Vancouver exhibition ol mumcipalitlei
from sea to eoa. .. ,    .. ..     '     .,
wrote ox tending an invitation to the
; diitrict to compete in the coming ex-
l.ast   Tuesday   evening   we* one <n i dibit ion   to  be held  in    Vancouver
very  much  intorcil  al St.   Andrew't | gorily.     T|io print  wore of    WOO,
Chrittian   Endeavor.    Mr.  Patterson ] %W) end fjlOO mapectively. Then ar\l-
ei, arnkmad **« f/fiiff, «»y hi wu-
lidexed *w*ll, but M> tia future   the
inlcrceling account of fail mission and
tpoka of tin great prOgrett in the furthering of cbritlianily which had
treeepired within rweat yaai.
officiali  hope   to wake  tbem larger,
and to wcr*i*e thi iwlucemtujls    tor
pin will be "f iyi ti isrving our w-1 muoicipajiliot tp compete. % rcevi
lion."  4 moil ini'it sling nutting  il
looked forwerd to und
ance it expoclad.
large attend-
ind oouBoil will look (urther into tbit
niatler in the near lulure.
Mr. ,foh« Aitxtudtr, in i BOBmuni-
SEES STHANliK ANIMAL
Mr. Jin,lei, of North Vancouver,
while camping on While Mountain during a recent mountain climbing trip, '
■tales that he taw a very strange and
peculiar animal. "Myself and companion," mid Mr. HutxIoi, "went, about
two miles from camp on Ihe southern
slope of (he mountuin, just below Iho
mow, when u large animal about the
sire of a black bear, but having
*—Iwsby lull and eolon-d- btnik* and
white, walked around a turn in Ihe
truil and faced us. Having no lire
arms of any dcscnplion we liegan lo
leered for a convenient lice. Tdo
strange beast, however, si rolled away
and going two hundred yards or so
further down jh.e (rail sul down uud
watched the humans who hud dared
bo invade Ihe realms over which be
wet sovereign. Immediately on re-
turning to Ibe city Mr. Maxtor interviewed a certain prominent nimrod of
local end provincial fume, uud the suggestions »nd information gleaned from
hjm wi|l doubtiws be bislrumonlel in
nnwvibg Ihenhfoud nl mystery which
iyrroun<hj tint, taWjly 4 th* wild
beast i| qjjeilioi. THE RXPIK8I, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. tt
Great Hosiery Sale
The following lines will be pflewd on Saturday and
Monday. Note them I,
50c mk) 75c values 25c a pair
Plain silk lisle thread, alstuotton embroidered and
lace hose, in black, tan, brown, reseda, hello, white,
Copenhagen, etc,  Great range to choose from.
36c to 45c values 17&c a pair
Plain cotton and lisle thread hose, .in black, tan or
grey.   Good quality, well shaped and finished,
Regular 65c Hose, 3 pain for $1,00
Women's open work silk lisle thread hose in striped
designs in all colors mid black, unusual value.
Regular 30c to 46c values for 16c a pair
Women's (ancy colored lisle thread hose in assor'ed
patterns.   Rxtra special at this small price.
96c caihmere hose 12 !,c a pair
These are in plain black and well made, shaped and
finished. The wearing parts are extra spliced, Sizes
for women.
Children's cotton hose in tan, black or white open
work designs.  Regular 35c values for 10c a pair.
Gordon Drygdale, Ltd,
575 Granville Streeet
Vancouver
Bread!    Bkcauj
Union Made.   Home Industry.
Bigger Loaf.  Better  Bread.
Don't forgot our Inti'st Homo Mado Loaf.
PIONEER BAKERY
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & ftth St.
POULTRY BAWNQ-OJWOTS WTO
WWfflM
Right wm »g» 0w»d» Mjwrtud
twelve million dotnn eggl during thl
lltcul year rujiresonting a value ol
«mfl,M8, In \m th* m mporUhid
falls,, to nM,8M down, worth *W,-
8|0,   Last yair the exports uinouiitwl
to pnottoilly wrthing, Tb« gradual
dMlim )n wport it shown by tin following official returns :
1009, 11,086,1(10 down eggs, value
£846,648;; 1008, 7,404,100 dot., vilu*
t9H,W, IW<. ».780,81fl dot., Villi,
£3)0,678; 1006* 9,601,437 dot. i value,
£149,077 j 1M6, 8,931,736 dot. | v»to.
£99,036; 1907, 3,691,906 dol.; value,
£411,811; 1908, 1,866,890 jvalui £60,-
868 ; 1909, 663,860 dm.; value, £34,-
863. Tha reaeon of tbit decline it due
to tbe fact tblt the home demand it
equal to Iba supply. Canada It now
importing eggl from Russia and Germany. Kiports ttate that | golden
barvMt could lie reaped il tba Canadian tanner wen to increase hit ttock
oftaouliry and carelully itqdy trade
conditions.
THE COUNTRY ttT.llCBAW
"Yet," remarked • country inei-
chunt, "I certainly have a tnup.
Wholesale houtee tend dum every
month and draw on ma at tight, but
il I tend a bill to a farmer be become! (wearing mad and quita trading at my ttore. While I am bard
up for money, many ol thote who
are owing ma ara tending money in
advance to mail order bouse*, II I
contribute money to any oauae people
tay I tin) bidding for trade. If I don't
they tay I am a bog. Every day I am
expected to dig up for everything that
corns* along, from a raffle ticket to a
church fund by people who claim I
ought tn do thia because they do part
of the trading here, but our friends the
departmental store* neither buy ticket! nor help Ihe church fund and yet
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SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC.
BURRARD SASH ft DOOR IACIOHY, foot of St. George
We solicit a trill hid on vonr Orderi amall or Urge
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. ST15IN & CO.
CHARTERED	
  ACCOUNTANTS
|I9 Pmder itreet, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
■ATHb
kallethe's Bath
Cornir Homer and Pendef Sts.
The only up-to-date and reliable bath home in British Columbia.
Wi tint where others (ail.
■itiiUciion guaranteed or no
ftj Plata hatha, electric baths,
■fcowtr baths, massage (or boll', scalp and (ace ; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOB. KAIXETHB, PROP,
Graduate of Berlin, Germany
BUSINESS COLLEGtS
LADIES' HAIRORESSING
I'EKHANENT Jl A1 It WAVE
Every lady lungs to have wavy hair.
It it now within tht rtich of tv»rjr
on*. For toms yun out bait baa bus
permanently waved, hut tha proem il
liud to undergo wai too atvir* lor it
to Iw applied to hair on tha httd,
hut now aeieiue hu ditcovirad a aat-
1 linil by which tha hair can bl waved
without injury to hair or snip. Tht
wave will not waab out and damp
weather will not affect It. Tba pro
cess leaves the hair solt and wavy. It
has become tht ragt in I'aiit, Ion
don nn.l alf the large citin ol tin
.Slates. (Special rataa lor om moitb.
Any information ipgai'ling lb* work
will bt gladly given to any I ad itt wbo
will calf or write to
MADAME HllMi'HBEYB,
733 I'endtr Strut.
GROCERS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
HUBBEH STAMPS
SPR0TT-SHAW
Business Institute
»6 Hastings Bt. W.	
Canada* Gr..l..t Wssiarn School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - -Managsr
PITMAN'S
Bualne«» College
|t}j Seymour |t,, Vancouver
0»y school open Al}   the   year
round.  Wight school wnwwnc-
§§ September 8th.
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Sign and Price Uarktrs
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RIAL ItTATB
Yorksliire Guarantee k
kuritjd. Corporatin Lt4
440 Seymour Street
reaiTestatb
i.an1) and mortgage
nrvwmiENi>
ESTATES  MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr HoulgaU'-
they get the. cash in advance business.
II I sell a pair «l pants I mutt treat
Ibe family In candy and cigars; if I
buy a load ol potatoes I must do tbe
lame. Customers who are able to pay
bang on to Iheir money while I pay
HI per cent, at the bank to got read)
caih. I have a big butinest during
hard timet and poor cropt, from
people who are willing to trade with
me provided a can duplicate catalogue
house prices .ami wait until harvest
for money. My acalea weigh ton much
when I mil sugar and too little whan
I buy butter. I am a thief, a liar
and a grafter. II I iniiln I am a toft
toapy hypocrite, and it I don't I im
a grump. Vet, certainly thit ie a
■nap." And he looked over IIU.iHSi
worth ol account*, ill good and won-
dert how ho could raise $.'ITO In pay a
tight rlra.lt due tomorrow."—E>.
CANADIAN^DIAMOND I'ABS TESI'S
"The Canadian diamond has lieen
tested by Ihe greatest gem experts iu
the world and pronounced e<|Ual in
■inalily lo the lamout product of
South Africa," sayi II. A. A. Johnston, mineralogist and curator ol tho
geological survey at Ottawa. In January last diamonds were discovered in
the Olivene mountains, in Ihe Tula-
meen country. Thia was the first dis
covery of Ihe kind made in Canadu,
and Mr. Johnston naturally oecamo
greatly interested and lent for sjh«i-
uii'im of the glittering gems. The discovery soon became noised about und
other mineralngiilt in voriout purti
of the world alto became intercated.
Among those in whom the diiaoviary
awakened a keen interval wa* Dr. Kunt
Ihe Tiffany gem eipcrt, and one ol Ihe
forcmoit American aulhorilieeon pie-
ciout lionet. II* wrote Mr. .Inhesion
from New York and asked him lo
send tpecimerif of Iht llritith Columbia diamond! for lb* purpost if having lham tealad. Inttead of fining
specimtnt, Mr. Johnston wtnt lo New
York hintelf and look a ipmnli'y ol
Ihe gemt wilh him.
u.
O'llara, an Iriabman, one* taw an
advert isomanl in I ttiwt ur reading : 'Buy your itovt at O'Britn't and
tave half your coal.'
"Ilagorra," bl aaid, "I'll buy
two stoves ind uve all m* coal."
Manager
RISTAUflANTB
All Hortb Vancouvar paoaU e*i tt
LEONARDS*
Eiliier Viack Block or HtuHjigi St.,
rill the mw pott ofiot. humti
Ui In by Uu pound,
OSTKICHEB  IH BABT KOOTKNAY
During tba put tbret weekt or more
otrUin (Hto Backer of Hamburg,
liermany, hat bam in thl Cranlirwk
district overlooking Iht oounlry am'-
invettigating lb* pottibility ol atcur
ing in inevery way niublt tit* fo.
tbt atUblisbment ol an oil rich farm.
Ha hai btM »uee**llul, having |iur
listed 1 block ol laad near Wardner,
through the Cl'.B't. British Columbia
Und depart taant.
Ottrich farmiBg il Ea*t Kootcnuy
ttriki* one, it firtt Mush, It l)*iog nl-
molt 11 lmpr»ctic*liie ii bnnuii..-
growing, b«t in tbit cut It* txpen
nwnt is baaed upon lb* bnowl.adjf*
aid suptrissws cA I MM whobat '»•
gagad i| tin nalritk Urming bminati
in Africa, Md pra*iu»»My, bnowt
what ha fe about. Wb*4*wr or wot lb*
dimtt* ol Koit linelmay wUl be tui>-
doiiWltat wmilnii to. W proved.
Thl |i(4 i*pirinwnM iipflrtitiflii ol
ostricliee into (lalilornia was mado in
Iflaa, md bu proved miaiilul. Atout
1,500 of then Wrd» *w now t» he
found on ranches in California, Aii-
»oni, femi md Florida. Whim tho
American stook bsi.bepom* Iborougli-
ly aeclimatixod the fnduatry it oxpeot-
ud to yield rich ret urns, us soiiui of tha
Houth Alrimn liFim ire reputed to
pay 4i) per cent, rat profit on the Investment. Experiments it ostrich
farming are now being parried on in
Mexico, Central and M"""' America,
NATIONAL HEALTH
Tht Canadian government will take
ttept shortly to provide for the carrying out ot tba recommendations made
by th| Nationil Conservation Commission lilt winter, during the in-
ttallmtnt ol 1 national laboratory at
Ottawi in connection with tbe depurt-
meiil o| health. Tba matter hat been
under consideration for some .monthi'
and  bal several   times been strongly
urged in pirliimonti Tha labor-lory
will mppiy 1 loi)g (ell nwd in P»n-
ld| in rogord to eeoiiring 11 ouoapor
»nd purer nipply ol toilnt und aiiti-
toiint ind wrunii lor general una. It
Will ealablisb ind iinljiroo standards of
purity ind pro/idt nwuna lor experi.
minting wilh ww meditnl ditoovurint.
It will also ciiver a wide field of educational wort in regard to piunioipal
tanitalion ind other phaaea of health
conservation,
An interesting and valuable udditinn
to the Vancouver public library is
John I'inkorton't "A General Collection of Voyages and Travels," which
Wat pronounced by Dibdon, Iho groat
bibliographer, "th* most valuable collection of voyages extant." The work
comprises seventeen quarto volutin'!
with 107 line copperplate engravings.
All accounts nf travels, cnnlidoied
worthy of preservation in prior col-
Itctiont, are included, as well at trans
lations not before known to English
readers.
flIIMOBQUS PKIT3
A bono dealer wat showing I
horse to a grotpwtive buyer. Aflff
running him buck and forward for a
few minutes, ho stopped nnd jaid to
tho buyer: "What do you think of hit
opit T' Jin't ho a dundy ?" The buy«r,
noticing that the horso bad the hoavet
replied: "Yet, I like hit cnot, all
right, l)ut/J don't liko hit pantt."
Ono toy Iwo negroes g''l in!'' it
quarrel with a third w|u raitiid a
piilol, Tho man with ilu pistol h,i-
phi to shoot, and the two ill hull lip
to covor. When they Wore mil Ol
range, one ol them sai 1 In hit companion :
"Did you hear dat last hi|llel ?"
" 'Deed I did.  I hoard it twice."
"What do you mean by dal'!" ink-
edud Ihe first ono. .
"I heard (hit ljullot once when it
passed mc, ami don again when I
passed it," was the answer.
WEST VANCOUVER
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"DUNDARAVE"  D.L 555
The contract lor constructing a wharl at DUNDARAVE has been let and the ferry
will soon be calling there. The finest and largest lots in West Vancouver are in this properly,
and are ideal for residential sites. Size 65x132. Prices from $350. Terms, one-
fifth cash, For those wishing a larger tract of land there are a few two-acre blocks, and
also large waterfront lots.   Price lists from
JOHN ALEXANDER & Co.
121 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
AND
KEITH RD., HOLLYBURN, WEST VANCOUVER
Going Through?
Of Course It's
Going Through
If You Don't Take Thii
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. Elie Will
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pitying estimated dividends of 15
por cunt, the lirst ynHjrijf operation
and increasing yearly.
Grouse Mountain
Scenic Incline Ry.
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up the one local proposition of whose
success not one solitary doubt lias
been expressed.
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1JJ Vancouvar may obtain
•toed Irom ex-Mayor May
ol May k Burnt, Untdtle
Avenue, Norlh Vancouver
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Mountain Scenic Incline Railway
Company, Suite 304, 319 Pender
St., Vancouver, B. C.
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Yesrs of praotioal experieppe with British Columbia
clinnitti has brought Babco Pure Paint* to a standard
of efHoienoy not attained by any other make.
Wa oarry a full line of
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NORTH VANCOUVER OITY PERRIES. LIMITED
TIME TABLE
TAKING  EFFECT MAY  FIRST,  1911
I.i'iivd Vancouver 6.30 a.m. and
thereafter every 30 miiiutei until
7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.30 p.m.
every 30 minute* until 11.30 p.m.
thereafter 13.15 and 1.00 a.m.
WEEK DAYS
Leave North Vancouver 6,00 a.m.
and thereafter every 30 minutct until 7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.30 p,
m. every 30 minutet until 11.00 p.
m, thereafter 11.16 and 13.45 a.m.
SUNDAYS
Leave  Vancouver  7.10,  6.30 and
0.00 thereafter tamo ut weekdays.
Leave North Vancouver 7.311, 8.110
and 8.40, thereafter tamo at week-
dayt.
PASSENGER BATES
Single fare 6c, 6 lor 36c, 30 (or si, 70 lor ii.
A—Lumber wagoni, trucks tnd
drayt, 76c return.
11—3 horne express carriaget and
hacks, 50c return,
C—1 bone express buggic* and
autoi, 35c return.
VEHICLE BATES
All the above ratet include driver. Batet A and B tubject to 30
por cent, diicount in lott ol 50.
FREIGHT TARIFF
I'or 100 He,, rate, 6c.
Minimum rate, 10c.
Time-table tubject to change without notice.
Company not liable for delayi, accidental or otherwite.
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
Launch "West Vancouver," Captain Findlay
Licensed tor 35 passengers »
TIME TABLE
Leaves Vancouver
l«ve
(wt Vancouver
8.00
WEEK DAYS
8.30
10.00
10.30
13.00
13.30
14.00
14.30
16.30
17.00
18.00
18.30
33.00
(Saturdayi only)
33.30
10.00
SUNDAYS
10.30
14.00
14.30
17.00
•
17.80
18.00
18.30
31.30
31.50
Slagls Fan 15c.       Two Tlckttl !6c.
Quickest route from North Vancouver lo the district heyond
Capilano River. Launch "West Vancouver" makes connections, without fail, with the ferry steamers from Norlh Vancouver, as per ahove schedule.
The Place Where Everybody Goes
Gem Theatre
FIRST ST. WEST,
NORTH VANCOUVER
iy Good Pictures Good Singing
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Programme   changed   Monday,   Wednesday  tod   Friday.
Adults 10c c^rMeZr8urtin, Children 5c
 Mtlinw  ivery   Baturdty 3 30 o'clock
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A most important feature is
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Two years' guarantee.
We stand hy every Hoi Poiof
sold hy us.
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00 LONSDALE AVENUE
Fields
pf Holy Writ
the mmhiiwsi. w*w,$
fW   JiWIOn.    Itsisb   xx»v44;8|-Wf
July 3, Iflll.
ISAIAH'S   PROPHECY   CONCERN
INCS 8ENA0HEUIP
Judah wat a bagatelle to the Assyrian world conqueror. Egypt was bit
real destination. He wanted to boast
that ho hud dried up the famous irrigating canals of that country which
would be equivalent to itt .complst?
desolation. But to reach tbe Nile he
mutt ncodt past through the tiny
kingdom of tho Rebwwt. Nothing
there could provu moro than a temporary impediment. In that ho miscounted,'leaving out the one iuvincibbi
factor, tho Qod of Israel. The prophet
describes Sonnaoherib's approach with
nervous picturotqucnoti. Like a doto-
Inling tido hit army roachet tbe
height of Lebanon. Tho cedars feel
hit lire at iheir roott. Ituiur.l cities
are tho milettonet of hit march. Ho
pautos at Michmath, tbe liubicun of
the Holy Land. Jerusalem aloqo remains inviolalo and tho invader now
atanda at Nob and shakes hit band
at tho daughter of Zion. Eor the lii hi
lime llivi'kiah'..i faith faltort. Tiro indemnity to buy wbicb Ihe houau of
Uml iiiuiii needs be tlripped ia ua no-
thing compared to the Iota of mural
tono incurred in thia defection from
Jehovah to compound with uu idolater. II,iv. abort tho roipilo I Senna-
'lunli it back under tho walla of ,lcr
usulcm in apite uf the indemnity. The
addreaa ia cunningly made to tho peu
pic wbo orowd the walls while the
king'* official rcprcacntutiVe ia ignored. Thia ruse pul an end to what
courage remained iu the garrison. The
extremity ia reached. Jerusalem ii on
oaaia ju a deacrt of ruin and now Ihe
flood brcaka in angry roar around tin
Hock of Zion. I'll) Iho ignoble full
of a people once raited to heaven. In
the laat extremity tho king'a faith has
gloriout triumph. He believed the us
yet unwritten acripture. "Tho fervent
effectual prayer of the rightcoua man
availed) much I" Chanting tho pauliu
"The Lord it our rofugo and strength"
and alcading hia hopo with tho (roth
prophociet of Isaiah and memory of
tho lied Sea and the wildcrucaa and
justified in an act which under ordin
ary circumttanoet would ho profanation ho enter* tbo molt hnly place
and caali himself before Die mercy-
aoal in prayer. That very night the
invading army it tmittcn but not
"with the twprd." The ccduri cry
out again but (hit limo it it with
joy at Ihe dettructiuu of their dc-
ttroyor.
THE TEACHER'S I.ANTEHN
The extremity ol ,ludnh wot great.
Sennachorib't might wat invincible,
hia rctourcct iooihauatihle. Jerusalem
wat an insigniricanl obalade in his
path lo Egypt. Thia waa the dilemma.
Itotilt—lie defeated, suffer indticriLobl.
barbariliei. Or turrendcr-lic deported,
denationalized. Either way il wus tbe
most gioumy late thoi ever overshadowed a nation. I'raycr would iittn a
futile weaiiiin in tuch an emergency.
Yet ll, .vtuili prayed. Aqswvr wui immediate, deliverance complete. In tbo
unhid ttream of malcrialiim thii in
dublleble hittoric incident en.I. itnll
t'rilieitm frelt iltcll in foam about il
It it unmoved. Eor three thousand
yeart it bat been the memorial of an
twercd praytr. No more tli iking illustration of Ihe futility ol compromise
wilh OV'il appeals than Jli.ikliili's it
fort to buy off Iho conqueror wilb the
gold of the I uid's bout*. Ixril of nior
tl* iu a beaieged gsrritou il Ihe gnu I
oil pottiblo distttor. At(cm|)lc<l cum
liromito wilb tbe tnemy ctuaot il
quicker thin anything die. Pompons
snd intinuttiug addreties to the In;
litged by the enemy wat a well known
cuttom of that age. The inhuman bar
luu in,s. pin, in..I upon captivei in an-
I'ii'iit warfare are do|)icted in the bat
reliefs of Kortabad. Time it coming
when jieople will look upon the preient practice! of warfare with squal
horror. Hit own conduct in thit in-
tl*nco give* tbt li* lo Ssonscherib's
pompom intcripliont at Konabad in
which ho callt bimtclf an "observer of
tworn fallh."
VOl'Nrj    PEOPLE'S    DEVOTIONAL
SKKVK'K-Jul)   3,   IUII.   EHbcr
IV: 9-97. "Wayt of Serving   our
. Nation."
It ii ope of the psrsdoxci of hit-
lury lhat a man who could not have
had (il be ever wanted jl) Ibe entrw
ti Commonwealth Avtnut, Boston,
should have bit tUluc erected there.
On William Lloyd (jarriion't monument Is grsven tht lentimtot ''Uy
country ii the world; my oounlrytun
are ill msnkind." Wo are only no*
beginning to oatutj up wilh Ibat ad
vanced thought.
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for everybody.
Carpet Squares
and Rugs.
We have just
received a
complete line
nl imported
Linoleumi
and
Oilcloths
Pliccs right.
Special Attention* given to
Window Shades,
Curtain Rods, etc.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
curteliu
and draperies by \u\i\$
ajBIsWELI*
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DINING CHAIRS
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Buffets, Sideboards
and Dressers
Try our
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Mattress
Pillows
and
Blankets
If you intend making your borne
iu North Vancouver tee ui.
We also carry a full
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ARCHITECTS
A. S. W. Mackay     J. M. Mackay
Aikk.M.IdM.C.E.
Ai.Inin is and Civil Engineer*
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('. A. CAL.
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Phone IUI- North Vuiicuuver
BILLIARDS AND.POOL
PLAY POOL
AT HAMMOND'S
FIRST WEST
Finttt tabic* and cutt in tbo Cily
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THE LEONARD-5ALE CO.
Hockwilwt snd Stationers
Cor. Lontdalo a»d lit.        1'bon* US
NOBTH VANCOUVER
	
BARBERS
BAILEY'S
**r*Wl^P p»™™|r **Wew ■*n*f«*Vv
i
Bight up-lo-dnt* ill evjy particular.
Try ut and U convinced.
CONFECTIONERY
The Palm Confectionery
Stationery, Confectionery, Ice Cream,
Soft Drinks, Fountain Drink*, Tobacco
Light I.mn Init, Fruit
It. C. DUCOMMUN k SON
Lomdale and 6tb Phono 313
CONTRACTORS
Tho New Block on  l.ontdule Avenue
near the Ferry Approach
wu built by
SMITH BROTHERS
General Contractor!
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
WM. MORRIS
PRACTICAL FIREPLACE
AND CHIMNEY BUILDER
Pressed Brick Mantles a, Specialty.     Phone l,i ii
CIVIL ENGINEERS
Angus J. Cameron
AMIF.  k 8.
CIVIL ENGINEER
Irrigation, drainage, Isvtls, pltat
and tpccificationi. Septic tanks anil
bouss drainage a ipecialty. P. 0.
Box ill, I6lb street wsst of Bewick*
ivanut.
FISH PEALERS
THE   NOBTH   VANCOUVEB   FISH
AND PBODUCE CO.
Froth and Smoked Pub
Live iiid Dressed Poultry
Vegetable!    '      Delivery Iwic. daily
PhoJts MD 19) Fint Street
ICE DEALERS
mm m co,
Wholotalcrt and Hrtailera ol Part lot
Cruun
,       lessor lamily ut*
HAV VIEW TEA BOOMS
Phon* m     LONSDALE AVKRIJR
PHOTOGRAPHERS
CARBUH
Studio   over   Bank   B. N. A.
Lonadala and Etplanado
SAWFILEHS
DONALD DOWIE
Saw Filer and Grinder. All kinds c/
hand, croit cut and buck sswt set,
and bled at tbortoat notice. II J.ont-
dale Avenue, North Vancouver.
TAILORS
,      E. LAURIN
High-class Ladies' and Otnt'i Tslloritg
KEITH BLOCK, FIBST STREET
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
Modern Tailors and Renofatory
307 Lonsdale Avenue
Clewing,   Pressing,   Dyeing,   Alt-..i'ng
W*   us*   Ik*   French   Dry   I'Ituning
Proot** Phone 'M
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
JOHN LINDEN
TAILOR
Lsdis*' snd Gent's Suit* lo Order
Iron IU.00 sad tV.OO respectively
Phone 919 Lonsdale Car, 16U> st.
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
TEACHERS (Music)
SAM. T. SUTTON
TEACHEB OF PIANO snd THEORY
Specialty: Cluldren'i Lstsons at own
bom*. Termt, etc., ajiply Genera)
Delivwy.
WATCH  REpAIRINO
It your watch stopping or going irregularly I S*s
a, i mm
lis Rort^i V*#eoifV|ir Kspert
M I^inHalt Av*nru* For*
THE KXPUttM. NORTH VANCOUVER, tt, C.
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THE   EXPRESS
UKTII   VANIJOUVKR
ll. C,
Published, Tuesdays and Fridays liy
North Siioik Pkkss, Lim'itkd
HATES OS SUBSOglPTJOM
linn j far. » I. tut Six inontlis, 5tki. Threu niniillis, 25c.
Uiiltml States and Foreign, $1.60 |w )wtr
Advertising Rules will bn quoted Oil iip|illrutinii.
ways to lay out, Oowtrupt and op-
crntu aim or mors lines of railway not
exceeding ten miles in length.
And wilb power to construct, equip
maintain and opsrats a lilfa pr Unas
of railway from soma point on Lot
tKU at the end ol tbe Canadian I'uoi-
Hallwny  Company's branch  Una
Tin'Esiiruisisilevot.'il in tin' internals ul Ihe norlli Slioru of Burrard Inlet
UXi'limivi'ly ll c.uiHlitll'tiH HU u.lvertiMt.g iiieiliuin of i'XC. ptiniml vulmi for
r mi'lllim in il tli'irniigli ami elt'eeiini iiiiiniii'r t||u population ol North Vancouver
City ami I ho!run. Ev.'ry efforl is iniiihi In give advertisers the must saliafunlur)
I'rvii'u.
All I'liungi-H in contract udvtirtiiwiiiunts should lie in .the printers' bauds Hot
141 nr than HI a.m. Monday and ft p.m. Wudijmsiluy to iinsurii insertion in llm
following i Mm.
N'irtii Vancouver,   li C,
|iinr 37  ifjil
iirn.i) thk uitinci'.-wiiv not?
Tl'.o rnnnlcipalitioa which have passed money bylaws to authorize the purchase of shnros in Hurrard Inlet Tun-
pel and llrjtlga Company fnr the |>ur
pose ol conslructinj/ Second Narrows
bridfo havo now appointid their official representatives for tho purpose uf
participating in the n.niniiela of
|ho bridge company with respect to fit-
jiurs,developments and a m ttinj of ull
part led will be held within a few days
to decide upon what course shall be
pursued.
lu Ihis connection it is in ■ >.■!-■, to-
suggstl that the general public (or
thul portion thereof which it more ot
lees closely interested iu the coast ruction of thu bridge) would lie greatly
gratified were the approach ni.' .or'ii'
oiioo lo take into mature and serious
consideration llui advisability i|f proceeding Bt ones wilh tho noesntv
steps for the commencement of aci.iul
construction operations upon tin
bridge.
To a iti tain extent it is probably
good policy upon the par) of the
building company lo negotiate with
other interested purlieu who do not
intend to build thu bridge and if those
negotiations do not result in any progress, (hen to negotiate tome more,
but' il certainly •!....- seem that there
ought lo Ik un unding of lhat process
somewhere.
Ho far ns the public are informed
all these nogot int ions do not appim
to bo fulfilling any practical purpose
with respect lo the actual building of
the bridge, but they ale cruising con
tinned and vexatious delay, for which
there does not appear to la' any good
and sufficient ronton, hut because ol
which lha interests of the North Shore
particularly and of all the miinit'ipnli-
ties interested are suffering very materially, ll is difficult to understand
why obstructive tactics should be allowed to deprive the general pulilic,
even for a time, of the hcnellts which
are rightfully theirs as a result of the
position which Hurrard Inlet Tunnel
and Bridge lompany now occupies in
relation to the hridge project,
I nl.ss 1 he pal,lie have Is en misinformed, or unless they have misunderstood such information at hut been
vouchsafed from time to time, Hurrard
Inlet Tunnel and Hridge Company is
now in command of the situation. The
|i.o|il..'s company has full power to
construct the I.i ,.|s. nnd no other
roinpuuy has I hut right, Ihey have
Ihe |K>wer lo build the bridge upon
any  aile   which they  may   select
time. That Biihsidy will sooner or
later be paid tn Hurrard Inlet Tunnel
and Hridgo Company, but it will not
be, required for approximately two
yoars yet and there is force in tho ar-
I gument that the best way to clinrh il
would Iw just to proceed wilh bridge
lluilding. There is no doubt that il
the bridge were actually under construction the Dominion subsidy would
be forthcoming by the time it wnt re-
quired or otherwise thi! $'2flU,(IOll involved as well as any further money that
might lie required, would readily be
procured, for such a pros I in the
money markets, In point of fait it ii
ini,mall il that the company is in pi s
session nf assurances frrim financiers o
ilie highest standing lli:i1 any sum
that may he needed to> build tli.
bridge may be had al any time u|ion
advantageous terms.
II the situation herein set oul rightly describes lha present position nf uf-
fairs in ils essential feat lies, III
quest inn ."Why not build 1" is undeniably worthy of serious consideration
It is safe to say that an advertisement Upon the pari of Hurrard Inle
Tunnel and Hridge Company cabin,
for tenders for the construction of the
substructures for the bridge would I
hailed with acclaim hy all sections o
(he mine.ini public.
Irom Port Moody and following the
North Shoru ol Burrard Inlat to a
po nt in the City qf Norlh Vancouvar
or to connect with any railway that
is or may be ooptruoted on the NoitR
Sboro of Hurrard Inlet,
And tor lliu purposes of its undertaking to uriiiiirii and develop water.
electrio or oilier power or tnci-gy, and
tn erect lines lor the Iruuiunimiion Ol
tha same, and to transmit mid driivtr
the tame to any place in the Cities or
Municipalities through which thi
works ol tlje Company are authority
to lie built, and lo receive, transform,
transmit, distribute ami supply such
power or energy in any form and to
dispose of the surplus thereof, and to
collect rates and charges therefor.
ll is intended that tba works of the
said Company sbull be declared lo be
lor the general advantage ol Camda.
W. II. I.ANGI.EY,
Victoria, B. C     ,
Solicitor lor the Applicants,
atltb day ot
Dated  at Victoria thit
May, lull.
an-ii
FIELD CROPS IN CANADA
id
(within ceilain limits) lo build any
particular type of hridge lhat in then
'opinion is most suitable for the site
and the purpose. Further, Hurrard In
let Tunnel and Hridge Company bus
the right lo build not merely put oi
the bridge but Ihe whole bridge, in
eluding necessarily ihe >ip|,roiicliet, unless tbe luiiil .linll iu the meantime
have lawn built by the V. W. V Y.
Railway Company, in which rate Ihev
are to be purchased Irom Ihe Inll.-i
company by the lormer.
To cap ihe climax, Durrani loft)
Tunnel and Hridge Company have not
only the right to build the bridge but
they have also the money with which
(0 do im,, The sum of eight hundred
thousand dollars is at their disposal
. yraspwtive of the Dominion subsidy
and a* tht total coal, of the bridge
wilt fail well within one and one quarter millions, the ('manning of the proposition it a simple matter. In point
of M titers is jw ttaann why tbe Dominion wMdy tfcoMld.esji** »»y p*r
tieular  AV)a*ats   just
A bulletin nf the centiit Slid-Statistics office issued recently states that
the season ihis year has Ijeen favourable far field rropt in all parts of
Canada, and excellent reports have
been received Irom all the provinces.
The lowest pciccuingc of condition ie
matte for tall wheal, which suffered
from inadequate protection in the
winter mouths, and also to tome ex-
lent from spring frosts. The areas of
fall wheal are greater than last year
by IMI per rent, nnd ol spring wlieat
by 13.70 |icr cent. The total aron in
wheat is 111,503,1011 acres, as compared with 9,394,8011 in IUI0 and 7,-
,7.^1,Itsi iii I'si'i The |,er rent, condition of fall wheal at the end of May
wus H0A1, and of spring wheal iHi.li'.l.
The area ill oats is In.-J.''.!.■■ '.u aire.
and its condition 0l.7fi, ns compared
with '.l,Hil,|tll| acres nnd BH.Uli per
cent, condition lasl year. Hurley and
rye each show a small decrease in area
bat the Condition is higher than at
the s.ime period Inst year. Slight
decreases are also reported (or anal
of pent, 'mixed grains, ,ind hay and
clover, wilh |a>r cent, condition of over
00. Hay and Hover have a reported
condition of 01.16 for Ihe Dominion,
b.-iin' practically IIKI in Manitoba,
Saskatchewan und Alberta. The area
of ttu> field props named is :t.'.u7.l ..'.'Hi
acre* in 1011. rouipnr.'d wilb 'MlfiM,-
TllSI acres for 1010 und t's.I'.H.'Ssi arret
for I'.Ki't In Ihe province! of Manitoba, Saskatchewan nnd Alberta tho
area in wheat, oats and barley waa
3,101,113 acres in 10110; li.n/t :t-o
a.rrs in l!Mlf,; 11,052,1100 acres in
loou, and i:i,.-oo,:ioo aires in 1010, and
il is 15,355,500 acres this year. 'Ilia
increase ol these crops from 1000 (o
1011 was i.lKlfi.ol acres in Manitoba,
7,351,315 lines in Saskatchewan and
l,H7iT,,07:i acre* in Albert*.
COAST DISTRICT, IUM1B 1
TAKE NOTICE that W. B. Vuiiah.
an, Superintendent, intends to apply
lor permission to purobuse lbs. following ih si i ib .I lands : Commencing ut a
post planted 80 chains west of tht
Northeast corner ol Lot 7911, ihsnoo'JO
chains west, thence 93.00 chains no' lb
ihence 20 chains entt, thence 98.09
chains south to place ol common.!-
men I.
W. D. VACOIIAN,
llalrd April Hlth, 1011. 12-7
COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 1
TAKE NOTICE that the Vanoouver
Timber k Trading Company, Limited,
intends lo apply lor permitsion to
purchase the following described binds:
I'oinniinang at a post planted at tbe
Northwest corner of Lot 795, thence
running south -0 chains, lb. inn West
Kit chains, thence north 28.09 ohaint,
limine east 80 chains, thence south
ilW h i ie to pl.n'e of commencement.
VANCOUVER TIMBER k TRADING CO. LTD,,
W. II. VAL'GHAN, Agtnt.
Dated April 10th, 1911. 19-7
N.V.W00DYARD
10,000 eordt of dry fir wood for quirk
sale.   I'rice uer odd cordt 14.50.
Special quotation! lor larger 'inutilities.
Cut Wood-16 inched |3.l'0, 12 inchss
13.25.
C. 0. D.
Offic. .nd Y.rd:
SECOND and ST. PATRICK
Phono 190 P. 0. Bor 188
Cheapest Buy in North Vancouver
Beautiful Cleared Lot on 18th Street,
Only ono - and ■ a . half block* east of
Lonsdale Avenue    .      .    $600 cash
ELDER MURRAY CO.
17 Lonsdale Avenue , . Phone 37
mwmwmm
FIRE!
awmmmwm
FIRE!!
■IIIMfM II !!■
FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co.. Ltd.
(LONDON, ENGLAND)
ASSETS: $94,900,000
Sole Agent ■
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC,      18 LONSDALE AVENUE
Agr**m*iiti and Cenlracti drawn
i       at *»*ry description
Phone 157
General
Conveytudni
Excellent liemijence Lota
in Lynn Valley
NEW BUBSIOlVillN on ?r. mm Nl)
ttoar tram li.ts. t lo k I, D. j,,
201111, Iota :i'lxl;l'-', iir'nes from *8 II
u|i. Onu-lif'li cu It, inilun-s to ffi
rango.
I.AUC-IO \XITo on flos in» loadB «
178, itloso lo Inin.w.iy. I nly HI ll,
liiiyahls on.tlifih ca h, lul.nos to
urruuuu.
UllCIt: I'OIIM'.lt IOT--(Viilri lln»I
mill 10th 4i« I IU ,Mh, ft. A
main 'ihoioULhfni'i!. Ince only t\p
050 for iiiiiiiu.iiitii hhIii. Tiriiu i2,l)
oath, liiiliinmi |o in run n.
IN NOHTII |.()NSI).\|.l'.-Two lots oi
Nyo slrctl ii ar |ntl,lio eol.oo!—
pui'lly ith ami uml small th&ck.
Prico only ilSMI fur iinmidiuto sale,
<-00 cuuli, liuhmcc to iirrtingu.
Alexander Philip
ltK.A), K.K'I'ATU IlllOKEtt
Club lllouk, l'.i|ili n .ilu,
North Vancouvor.
Phono 10
-—;;—-?
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
POlt SAI.K-6-room
house on
Chos-
lull.'I.l Ave.
Now, all
modern.
1'rico
t»,'J00.  Katy
terms.
HIiAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
TELEPHONE Hq. P. O. HOX a 14
Purse & Galloway
HlTI.OINii CONTIlACTOnS
llrick and Concrete Work
Holmes,   Iltingnlowa,   Bto, a Specialty
Plans submitted.   Ktlimstcs
Cor. K. iil> IloSd lind BouUvard
NOIl'lH  VAUCtinVEIl
OUR NEW OFFICES:
/
Bank of Hamilton Building
We wish to notify the general public
that wt now occupy the front offices on
the first floor in the new BANK OF
HAMILTON BUILDING, comer of
First Street  and Lonsdale Avenue.
The Beit Buy Advertised in North Yancouver
Thit Nlfoot lot on Ith str.el it on
tho car line ami is eicellanl mini: nt
Ihe present price of tB.,100—out-third
caah, balance in A, I'- ami In moulht.
Canadian Financiers, Limited
Hank ot Hamilton Building (IB Lonsdale Avt.) K. EBI1AOK,
Phone 215 l"c'^ ttanattt.
NOTICK
NOTICI', ja hereby j;'1'"1 that u|,pli-
cation will be made to tbo Parliament
of Canada nt the present scstioii
I hereof for an Act to incorporate
a .'oiiipiiiiy under the( naOM of lbs
North Arm llnil«e and Ilailway Company, with power, to lay i,ul, mn
ttrticl, ojierate, maintain, and um „
briuye acrott Iht North Arm of Hurrard JiiM from a point, on th* Ma-
shore commonly kjnjwn at'lluilur-
lle't Head 10 * point 00 '.ho wiitt
shore 00 Lot .075 dirwlly norlh of iho
Island knoii 11 as White (lock. s". li
bridge to he both lor (not |>a««e.iu.'rt,
carnages, ttreet rnilwuy Aad milwi.y
purpoM wilb Ih* necerMry tpftnaM-
aa, tod wilh power to coun <t th»
taid brW^pt wilh enistinjr and luUirt
Iin** of strast  railway  and  railway |
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
Wharf 1 Cor. St. ilsorgo's and Esplanade.  Office : .'iti 1.1.ns.l.ii.  Avtniit.
Wharf Phono 191.   Office I'l,.,,,.- 108
COAI, MEHCIIANTH
Dealers in all kinds nf llulliling Material, Hand, Hravel, Cement, l.ime
Hurl, (common and pressed), Hire
llrieks, Fire Clay, Piaster, Fibre, Plaster of Parit, l.ath, Hhinj/I,*, Drain
Pipe, Tils.
Domestic and lllaekamilh Coal.
Prompt delivery a specialty,
tn m rtA-
KPieifNOI
'Hww »w 1    hbA tor \M pwrpotet of connsclisw
*t -'Ik*  praatott  with th* tsid stmt r.il**)s aad rail-
LYNN VALLEY
One acre block on maiuilaiin/.t'ii road,  will
a splendid hotiiesite.
Plica only $800 on ■■■•--y terms
make
THE NORTH VANCOUVER TRUST
CO., LTD.
Ileal   t 1 .1" and  Financial Agents.
Agreement! nf Main discounted.
219 Lonsdale Avenue Telephone 44
PALACE HOTEL
Special i.ii. s to l.'inili'
RsTast   ti""  per   and   lip,
and   lo regular   Imsnlera.   .
finest Roof Qardcn on Pari J ie. Coaat
REDA & ANDRUSS
•pnomirrona
Sscnwji Sthhh.
NOHTII   VANCOIIVI.K. If. C
FRUIT    PRODUCE
CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, Etc.
WHOLESALE ONLY
PETERS & DOYLE
120 Stacond Street Eaal. TeUphone 206
Coovetjena to North Vancouver Merchants
J*y (• Tens Own Tew*. Ytur Ord.rt Soliciud
at-i If I
NEW YORK CAFE
Near post Office
HSI'I.ANADIC WliST
Fiivl class meiils, %o, commutation
ticket, 711 meals, <M. llej/ulur room and
hoard in ..ml U|>.
LOW SEA, Proprietor
Hi.,.i.i.i.i   6 to   111.15;  dinner 11   to
•i.lttl; Supper A to 8,1)1).  Op,'n nil day
I.AIIY WAl'ITtUSBEB
JAY & CO.
BUILDERS
Plans prepured ami ICstimatet uiven.
UHiiv ; 111)7 iloininioB Truit Ithln.
Vancouvar.
Phono 24U7
itcsidunce, Ki l^lilli Avs. E.
Norlh Vancouver.
. Klktt tli.. Im.iiKs.s ol Maoufsctuieri,
HnKiurcrr sod nil ci s win, rerllre the idviHlitl-
Its t.l liavlog 111. m I'.i. .it Is.':r- -. trsnuctcd
liy Bspart*. FuUuiluaryadYiLclu'e. Clisrj^i
ii, 1.1 ..if. Our li, cut.,., s AdvifirrKtil upon re*
iiiic.1. UmioiiSi kl.nl ii. kcK'4., New Voil. Ufc
U'-   M..HI...I' <nJ W Jluu   1,17.17 JU-
WE COULD
Paper the World
from our slock of new Wail Papers
to it totmi. I'lvery day tnnit now
'I' 'i'ii snivel to fill Iht vacnncy
of those . I.  .1 out.
Handsome Wall Paper*
are hero iu iiiiIIks variety, .lust
tell our salesman lor what room
you want tho |>a|ier und he will
thow you lm.I Iho p.itloin you art
looking for.
To  .'1..11.1.1- (mm our slock is * idea-
ture, to pay our |irlco it irasy.
W. H. ST0NEY It CO.
117 Lonsdale Avonut I'hnot H'J
N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
Telephone 276
127 LONSDALE AVE,
MORTH VANCOUVFR 'WB EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, ». C.
■ iiji.'.ti
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Sewerage
System
House Connections
-us
nn
Notice to Property Owner*
of North Vancouver
At the main drainagu system is approaching Completion wo Iwg to notify
property owners that we are making
arrangements to undertake tho sewer
conneqtions on tho various private
properties at a reasonable cost to all
those who desire to avail themselves
of early drainage facilities. Having
carried out the main drainage system
for the city council und having tho
necessary plant und skilled labor
available we aro in an exceptionally
favorable position (o curry out the
private house drainage al a moderate
cost to property owners and we shall
be pleased to furnish estimates and
plans if necessary to carrying out this
most essential work in accordance with
the city regulations und on most up-
to-date principles of modern sanitation!
MacdonellGzowski&Co.
Office:
Second St and Mahon Ave.
Phone 279
FOR SALE
300 Feet of Water-
frontage with crown
grant, known ai
Wallace Shipyardi.
Terms to suit purchaser.   Apply
H. H. DEVINE,
Seymour St.
Vancouver
All new houses .should be piped for gaa in order to aave the
heavy expenditure for thia convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
POWER CO . LIMITED.
NcfoTH VaNcoUVeh
HOSPITAL
CONDUOTSR ST
THE MISSES DA WSOH
CirtWcited Burglcsl, Medical and
Maternity Nurses
Mvses last Out ss AfttSlcstJon
For lerint tpply st tin Hotpital
12th Street East.
PHONE  69
FRED G. TURNER
Notary Public
Loans, Invcttmsnls and Insurants.
Iloom 307, fl/} Oranvillo St., Vancouvtr, II. 0. Phono WJ. Lund Regit-
try work * ajwciall/.
E. DOWN:
;ONTRACTOK ANDIHIILDI'.K
Plana, Specifications, Estimates
P. 0. Boi 27, North Vancouver
Ut f. HKIJCil ft
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork
All Work OuaranUod
•Corn* Fifteenth St. eat Ueim Avt,
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H. D. RUGGLES
HARRiS'l'liU
NOTARY PUBLIC
133 6th Street East North Vancouvi,
Phone 273     ,
NOTICE TO OOHTBACTOBS
TENDERS aro invited and will bo
received until I'ridny, 7111th June, for
Iho erection of a house on block ill,
I). L hT>;i. i'luns and specifications
may be Obtained ut the house of ihe
undersigned (junction 8th and 1.i'i
streets).
The lowest or any tender not ncces-
nurily accepted.
H. L. RcI'HEBSON. .  30-6
VICTORIA ROOMS
New Horne lllock, Lonsdalo Avenue,
one-half block from ferry landing. .Modern throughout, everything new. All
outside rooms, overlooking Inlet. Mm.
Iv I.. I mil. I'roprielrust, 13-7
TENDERS WANTED
SBAf.ED TENDERS marks) '• finder 'or grading" will bo rocitvaJ by
Ihe Cily Clerk of the City 0' North
Vancouver, u|> to I'i o'clock BiiQo on
Monduy, duly 3rd, I'.lll, for grading
Ihe following strode:
Etphpa.de und t'reseenl street from
SI. (Icorge's Avenue to Bt. David's
Avenue.
lust street west, from l.onstlule
Avenue to horliei Avenue, including
Chesterfield Avenue, Muhon Avenue
anil Scmisch Avenue, from First slrocl
lo Second tlrcol.
Sermid street from a point 3A'I feel
eust of St. Andrew's Avenue tn SI,
David's Avenue.
Sealed tinders marked "Tender for
Third street sewer" will be received
by Ihe City Clerk up lo It.1 o'clock
noon on the 3rd day of July, 11)11,
for constructing a saniluiy sower will
lot connections on Third street, fioni
St. Androw't Avenue lo St. Psvid',
Avenue.
All iho above mentioned work to
carried out  according to plant,   pro
rile*, cross sections, and specifications,
prepared by Ihe cily engineer.
All tendert for the above mentioned
work mutt be made on forms of ten
dor .applied by tho city onginoer.
A ■ I... 111. for 6 per cent, of th
amount of the tender mutt accompein
each snd every tender.
The lowest or any tender not lire
.■■null accepted.
Tho following it a Hit of estimate!
i|tianlilics of work on aach job:
Esplanade and I'rcsrenl sir. el
grading H,QO0 cubic yard» of ixeavat
ing, 110,001) feet b.m. of retaining wull
First stroet --20,001) cubic yards 0'
esrnvnling, 20,000 (cet II.H. of retaining Willis.
Second >Sl reel—17,V)0 cubic y«rd»
of eieavating, 30,000 foot B.M. of re
taining walls.
Third tl red eewor-1371 feel of 111-
inch sewer, 3061) foot of I inch tewer,
3 venlilalort, 1 man hole*.
Contractors must lender on each jot'
separately.
HmWlF. 6, HANKS,
City Kngiottr.
June 113rd, 1»)1. 70-30-6
000AINE   IM   SODA  AMD SOFT
DRINKS
Cleveland MflMt, to an article \n
tha May Hampton'* M»gs«nt, advo-
cuius that "lu govcrnmo.il its If lake
over the maniilactura snd d'etriba-
lion of all cocaine that is Utod jl)
the country. Mr. Moffolt, in his article, points out the peril ol ">w
soft diinloi adulterated with ccjino
and cocaine adulterated catarrh and
hay lever euros.
(iovernmeul chemiSIs me million! .'
for the statement that there is
danger from cocaine in soda s/ater
syrups. There is no question ol the
danger of using it as a hay fever or
catarrh remedy. It is not necessary
for this tort of cures. It is not necessary in soda water. It it put into
thote commodities for tbe sole purpose
ol enabling tho manufacturers to malt"
more money.
Some able physicians insist that
1 hert' ii no'use to which we put cocaine that cannot be fulfilled by other
less dangerous drugs, .lull ie:enf|y
there came a ttartling corroboration
of their viewpoint. A young Brooklyn
physician was arrested in Pittsburg.
He had gone to that city to hide him
toll and while under tbe inHuence ol
cocaine had paisod a bogus check.
"lining a physician, 1 had no difficulty in getting tho drug," he said
in court. "Hut it should not be sold
even on physicians' prescription'. 'I h
hsrm it causes counterbalances all the
good derived Irom it for medical and
aurgicai purposes."
Tbit young man took cocaine in
college to give him ihe false strength
that would relieve ihe strain of nve'-
1.nidi. and it so destroyed his will
power thu! he wat unuhlo to break
off the lm In 1 Other physicians bid
become fiends after using Houston at 11
stimulant when overworked.
A Chicago physician, telling me of
drug habits, paused with a iiuo r,
worried look and said : "There's one
thing more. I'm sorry to tell you
but members of my own prod sion nr.
—you see, cocaine gives a sort of f ,k'
strength anil-yes, many of them an
taking it."
Even granting that tln»e nbyriciaiu,
who advocate complete abolition of
tho drug may Ik too radical, cm
there be any ipiustion in the I, I.t of
tho   inoffectiveUMt   of  our   hut   and
ibair onjorcemont, that the preeenMn-
rastripM (manufacture of cocaine does
IWt malts for the publip good.
The legitimsts mc of cocaine to
medicines -il it used almost exclusively ai »n uiiaesllii lie in surgery snd
dentistry—is so limited, I am assured,
that twenty thousand ounces a year
would supply all justifiable needs of
tho country. Why should not (his
small amount ho manufactured as a
federal monopoly in a federal factory
from which this moit dangerous drug
would be delivered only to hospitals
and reputable physicians for s|»i.:ilie.l
, tho war against  consumption,   aad
: that oq April 1 there wore nearly 1,-
MO different agencies at (Stir* »p the
crusade, nn increase ol nearly 701) per
cent, in th* last seven yoan.
The new directory lists #1 tuberculosis sanatoria, hospitals ami dny
camps; 611 associations and committees  for the prevention of  luliercu-
lotil; 343 special dispensaries; iiS open
nir schools; IIU hospitals for the insane and penal institutions making
special provision for their inberou-
losit inmates; besides giving un account of the uiili tiilii'iisiiii,is legislation in every stats aad in about 250
third of its kind that has  over   In ni
9B
TENDERS WANTED
SEALED TENDERS marked "Tender for ttoeJ wniei pipe" will be
received by (he City Clerk of the Oily
of North Vincouver, up to 111 o'clock
noon on Holiday, July 3rd, 1011, lor
sup|ilying n.iKHi lineal fool of Hi-inch
stool water pipe according to specifics;
lions papered by the Cily Engineer
Copies of s|,eciKcationt may be obtained ul the City Engineer's office, N01 ih
Vaneouver.
The successful tenderer will be Mr
i|uircd to enter into an agreement with
Iht City of Norlh Vaneouvir fir tup-
plying tho laid inutility of pipe, ac
nn.line to ipecilicatiom.
A marked cheque for 6 per cent, of
the nuiounl of iho lender must uecom
linn; each and overy tender.
'Ihe lowest nr any Under not mes
.'III',     me. |i(e.|
t'lKOhViK 8. DANES,
City Engineer.
Cily Engineer's ^Iffioo,'
North Vancouver,
June 33rd, 1911. 30 6
TAKE NOTICE that the Council of
the Corporation of (he City of North
Vancouver intend* to conitrint ai n
work of local improvement lie) filling to pcrmanont grade ol Quce'iiiMiry
Avenue, 30lh street, Sutherland Air
nus and l.ynn Valley Road from 3,j
street to city limit* under suhtect'On
(33; section 364 of Iho Municipal
Clauses Act and intends lo mesa |!.e
liii.il coil thersof upon (he real property fronting or abutting thereon
mil to Iw benefit tori thereby, and that
a itatement showing the 'undi liable
to pay Ihe said attcaimenl and the
names of tht ownsrs thereof, so fer
*■ can be ascertained from Iht li.it
revitod View meat roll it now no fie
in site Oflio* of iho (Jleii of the Muni
cijulrty tnd i* open for im/notii.i.
during office houn.
Th* tetiinsltd cost ot Ibe wort is
131/100 of which |8,460 it I.) be jr..
vicUri out of the general fund* of lit
Municipality.
THOMAS SHEI'HKW),
Dity Cltrk.
Norlh Vancosvtr,
.lun* 37th, Hilt. . 7-7
THE NEW AllTOMOBlI.E ROAD
When the proposed oulomobilo road
from Vancouver to Calgary is completed Western Canada will then be in
possession of what will be without
question ono of the finest roads in the
world. Met men these two cities is to
bo seen almost every variety of scenery from the cloud-p orcing peaks tu
the luxuriant valleys, and from tbe
dashing torrent to the peaceful mountain lake. Imi.: d, one can scarcely
imagine a more delightful experience
than an auto trip amid such sui rounding!.
That the project will he a costly
one there it no doubt, but it it no lea*
a fact that the additional notoriety
which it will give to tho two,provinces
involved will have a far-reaching influence as an attraction to Ihe tourist
world, and Iho day it at hand when
the tourist advantages ol thit province will bo ono of the richest sources
of its revenue."
Canadian Verse
WVMWNVWWMWWMMVMM
AT QUEBEC.
By Jem Blcwitt.
I'll I. no III. e 111 was born at Scotia, I.nl..' Erie, Ontario, In 1888, and
if the dnii'jbiii "I John McKishney.
She vts.< edii'-nl'il ,11 tt. Thomas Col-
hginte Institute and achieved her
find success win :i she published her
series ol sketches ontilled "Cabinet
Articles.'
Quebec   the 1711;'   lid city on the hill,
Lies wil'i ,1   iM 11  liy on her hesd
Dreaming, i'i ■ "f'-.-'it this hour so
lair, so 'i.li.
01 other diii  ,1  '. ill lur mighty dead
The while I •..- .it.li upon the cannon; grim.
The flower- < I .1111 where once did
mn a ti It
OI crimson   when tho moon rots
pale and Jim
Above Ihe baHMeld to grim snd wide,
tlelhinks within her roso a mighty
glow
Of pride, ot ten lerness-rher stirring
past— '
The strife, the valor, of the long sgo
Feels tt her hesrtstrings. Strong, snd
tail, snd vn 1.
She lies, touched with the sunset's
golden gisce,
A wondiout joflnsss on her grey old
(see,
STSPENDIM! life
licnova  I'rofcsaor Telia of Number of
lleniarkobie Expcrimenlt.
Extraordinary experiments showing
the |,ossibility ol suspending life lor an
indefinite |>eriod lime hen carried out
by Prof. Kin.ul Pictel, of liouevn. In
one catc he look some life gold fish,
fro/e them in water to 30 degrees con-
tigrmh' below lenj, nnd I lien, ultur
three monl lis, gradually wnrmed tho
blocks of ice and brought buck the fish
to life In an interview in In Suisse,
Prof. Pictel says he carried oul his ex
iwrimcnls in order to sec whether tho
phenomena of life could Ik made lo
disappear and lin 11 he restored, und
that the most convincing results had
been obtained wilh fresh water fith.
Erogt, he adiied, could beer froening
up (o 3tl degrees bel.,w zero, snaila
hod borne from 110 lo 130 degrees,
and a dog lind btsjy teen lo go
through a whole Injur at a tcmiwru-
ime of 110 degnes Itolow freezing
point without dying. Thete experiment! have convinced Prof. Pictel
that lite ii Ijeing brought within the
number   of   nature's conttant forces
jfwai   Saturday  night  and six   men
daihed
Eor tho Pole, each deep perplexed ;
Each one wanted lo Iw the first   one
there
Whon the barber ihoutcd "noxt I"
"So tin demn't return your affection, ih 7 Well, I shouldn't gel mid
about that. Whal't Ihe use of bothering about a girl I" said Watkin*.
"| don't mind her not returning
my nlteelion," said iJoliblrigli, "but,
confound it, the won') ifturn my diamond ring."
■        —    .t     .
PUfHTINfi   THI': WIHTB PLAflUB
From iliiiiiiTi published -Kay 11 to
Uj* now Tubareulosis Directory of <ht
National Asumtlion for the Stady
snd Prevention of Tuberculotii, it }t
asosrtsinod I ha 1 over ffiO ciliwi and
lownt of Ih* I'silod St»lot, besides
about 100 in Csnad*, are engaged to
pities.   The dirsctory, which is the.
published  in  this count ry,  gives the 1
most compWa »urv6y °f the Bnti-tu-
Iwrculosis jnovement that con be »e-
oured, and thows the remurkiblo
growth of tbis campaign in fhe last
seyen years. The tint directory in
1004 thawed only 188 organizations
(tnd institutions in the entire United
States. Tbe second directory in 1008
reported lilll different agencies, as
compared with 1,440 in the now hook.
Taking these figures us a basis, the
anti-tuberculosis movement has increased in force since 1004 nearly 708
por cent, and since 1008, ovor 105 per
cent.
Tbe Bank of British North America
Capital Paid Up $4,866,666.    Reserve Fund $2,652,333
' ..i'ii       .1
2 Offices in North Vancouver—2.
CORNER LONSDALE AVENUE AND ESPUNADE
UPPER LONSDALE AVENUE (near Fourteenth Street)
S.viiii; Dqmsits of fi.Do and upwards received,
lntirrust allowed Hi unrein rates.
Hauker's Money OhIuis ksiicd.
i tot It offices transact n genet al hanking inisiiiess
and art- open nn Saturday nig))!.
F. T. SALSBURY, Manager.
The operator's duties are to answer
tails and muke connections as rapidly
as potaihle. Conversation with you
would inevitably block other culls just
as urgunt us yours.
80 the operator it (rained lo use
'viinn, set phrases relating ttriotly
. lo her work. Any i|uetliou* outside of li.'t functions must necessarily be referred to |>eoplo having iu
charge sjjecial classes of "Irregular" inquiries.
A minute's consideration will show
thai unless the operator's duty wen.'
uniform—|>rnotically the tame iu every
call—she could not possibly give Aid.
subscribers I lie service they demand.
B. C. TELEPHONE CO., LTD.
IF YOU WANT FRESH Tel. 243
Stawberriea
Rhubarb
1 Lettuce
Ojjiww
Rediahei
Carrot*
Turnip* etc.
Get them »t the Reliable Store
Oft. Fjfft Street and IS. Gtt>Tg*
km
HANEY ft ARCAF
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thr nmm, north Vancouver, b, u
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TWO DAINTY UNES
I.ADIKH HK.MJl'.f) I'l'RriKH for ttreet uts are among the
dainty line* we are showing at the present time. These coma fiom
I'm is, that oity nl fashion which gives us so much that is neat
and dignified, These purses are strongly made, are very delicate in
pattern and beautifully 'tinted, showing the great tkill ol tlte
French eiperte.
OPERA HAiIS Aiwa;.■ in touch with the markets which produce
the beet, we aro in a position to give to the public at ill limes
goods which ebow tbo latest touch of lathion't dainty fingert.
These opera bags, to which we call your attention, are now in the
zenith of fashion, and ure of such quality and design that w.i feel
sure they will remain popular for a long time. You are needing
something in this line, then see these beauties.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
°~ *■ 'S'Zih, OMh, Hulir,. & G,„* St..
NORTH VANCOUVER
Lota in D.L621, BAYVIEW; $300
to $325 per lot; $20 caih and $15
per month; or $50 caih and $10 per
month; or $100 caih, 6,12,18 mthi.
S. F. MUNSON
BROKER      333 Pender St. W.      Phone 5654
Read the Express Want Ads.
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
HAY, FLOUR AND FEED
Poultry Supplies a Specialty
All Orders Promptly Attended to
MOVED TO
116 ESPLANADE EAST
PHONE 4
"DUNLOF'Hoie1""''"'
Every lenjdli guaranteed
<<f,Y^^NF,, 1ENCEand(lATl£S' w,,r,No"h
■ uAPCU
Vancouver agents for thii favorite fencing
ff   PURE PAINTS in all colors and
"CHANCELLOR
w  HANGES.   The Gurney Oxford Steel Kangefor Economy
and Efficiency
Garden Tools of Every Description
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co,
Phone 58.
143 Lonsdale Avenue
KARN CHANCEL ORGAN
EQUAL TO NEW
Price $80 on eaiy terms
C08T 1180.
poeMft
of tail
[ minion I
ejcular
ritz Rano House, Limited
hm$ Pbone 114
M0N8TRBS DJUOflBR PH0W TP
OCEAN'S FI.00B
More than one earlaad nl weird
and unoanny oraataree whoae Wnd
hue never before been s»«n by human ejes is now on its way tn N»w
Vork oity Irom the I'aoifio ooatt.
The Strange aoritignment represents
the |iink of the impprtant aatchss
made by P'. Charles II. Townsmd,
acting dirootor of the American Mm
mini of Natural History in a deep-pe»
dredging espedition off the coast of
Lower California,
The major portions of the ore»liiras
were raked out of the abyssmal dark-
neat and extraordinary conditions
that obtain op the floor ol the l'aeiiic
Ocean. Defore they were hauled to
the top ol the water they never before
had come in contact with eunlight nr
air. The effort of these tlementt on
them was immediately to deprive linm
ol life and the release of the irsui'ii-
doui preeeure to which they had been
subjected, and which is ettimateil ae
sis tons to the square inch caused the
bodies in many canes to fall to piece*.
In form and feature the creatures
roaemble nothing on thi* earth, in
the heaveoe above or in th* ordinary
depths of the ocean, under tbe eerth
with which man generally it acquainted. The only things to which
they can be likened ara tht demoniacal
and mystic deaignt evolved from the
imagination of Chinamen and with
which |he celestial lovet to adorn hit
bannert of war. and the flagt ol hit
secret societies.
Those that have been obtained however, are estremely interesting and will
serve tn fill many nf the links lhat
have been missing in Ihe chains scion-
tint i have ennttructed in the ttudy ol
life in thit universe.
One of the moil remarkable lliingt
n In in i the fishes found on the flour of
the ocean is that they are all carnivorous. That ii due to Ihe fact, it is
said, that no plant life can eiitt al
such a depth tn which not a ray of
the ilronfrest sunlight can penetrate,
therefore, all these ahytimal creatures
are forced to devour one another.
Host of them, too, are absqluielj
blind, with jaws en enormous lhat
they teem to have no bodies in. all.
Like human heingt who have Iwen
horn blind or deprived of si/.-, tbeit
organs of touch teem tn have lieen
abnormally developed.
Many nf the creatures,
poiaeti eyesight, although
are extremely small. They
phoaphoreaeent and Ihey
catch their prey by the light shed
from their own bodies and those of
other creature* whose faint lamps are
continually flashing in the pitch dark
new of Iho ocean floor.
Notwithetanding that no fight over
penetrates to the regions iu wbiclt
those slrnngc creatures have their
being, tlie colors ol their skins eie
at brilliant ai those under the influence nf the brightest sunshine. Itedi,
yellows, purples and green predominate, hut there ie a cnnapicuoui absence
of blue.
however,
tht eyea
are alto
teem   to
II. C, QAZBTTB
Appointment!:
His Honor the Lieulenant-fiovcrnnr
in Council-hat been pleated lo make
Ihe following appointinenti:
To he duiticet nf Ihe I'taot: ll.-rnv
Twidle, of firanite Hay and Douglai
Neil Melntyii', nf thi city of Victoria.
To lie Notaries l'ublio |
Arthur Hamuel finodeve, of Host-
land; dames Joseph Hunter nl Van-
tioton; Frederick Armand McDiarmid,
of the city of Victoria, barrister-*!-
law; ('soil llernard Hwinboe 1'helan,
of the chy of Victoria, barrister-at-
law; Aleiander I). Wilton of tbe city
of Vancouver, b*rrlster-»l-l»w.
Frneat Coulter Whitehou**, M.I)., C.
M., to be resident physician at I'ort
Uenlrew.
Arthur Ormiaton Cochrane, of ih*
city of Vernon, to be official administrator for the Okanagan electoral district.
L. A. Itodd of Vale, to be regielrsr
of the county court of Weetaioster,
holden at Vale.
Arthur Cutbbert of l'rinoe llupert, to
be clerk of the pesos for th* county
of Atlin.
To be commissioners for taking »ffi-
d«vili in the supreme court i
Hkeena KUotorai Iliitrict-Iloljerl
Jamet Cameron, of Rabin* and .Stewart f-ake I'orlsg*.
Okanagan Kieotorel I)iitrict-N*il
Gregory of Kalowna.
Vancouver llity Klectoral District
■Henry Hopkirk of Vanrouver.
CeiiiAsatas of incorpor»tion havt
beep issued to tha following estra-pro-
yin»i»l companlae :
Bright McDonald k (Josspsny, Cra»s«
Invettnunt Co. Ltd., Priluwt Transmission Mfg. Co., .Jenkins I td,, Meat
PaUsl OraaUe Pip* and Camml Con-
ttrualion Co. Ltd., Monro Mfg. Co.
IM., Tel* Bivw Mining Co. IhmM,
Vsncouver Milling * tittSn Co, IM,
Vsneouvif Towall Service \M-
Notice is givan th.h it* (!., S, Win-
dsor Co. U4„ tim UottU Uovt Co.
Md tht Soottiaik Widows fnzi Ami
lift I-*tf*. Co, IM„ have has*
grsnM liasneas as astra-proyinoial
companies,
The Heywpnd Brothers and Waka-
Held Co. have been registered as an
extra-provincial company.
Notice is given of tha assignment of
Bobert Willkint of I'ontlcton, 11. C.
nnd of f. IL Waylntt of Fernia, B, C,
for tha benefit of their oroditorsf
TBJ50SOPHI0AL SOCIETY
The Theotophioal Society meets in
North Vancouver in Boom 4, 67 Lont-
dais Avenue (entrance ncit to Welcome Parlor) every Wednesday eviling
»i 8 o'clock. Attendance it entirely
frse and terries no obligations whatever. You ere invited. Tbcosnph.otl
study and questions,
Tenders Wanted
I i        - — ...    I I...IW-I '«
Tenden will be repeivd by the undersigned till
5 p,m. July 5,19| I, (or completion el clearing
of Blotk 11 A, D, L. 550, North Vancouver
Cjty, in wpprdance with eppcificalions to be
ascertained on application to
The North Vancouver Land and Improvement Company, Limited Liability
543 Pender St.
Vancouver, B. C.
I
Mahon, McFarland & Proctor, Ltd.
	
NEW CAPILANO CAR LINE
50 ft. lots at terminus in D.L. 601 & 607
52 foot lots in Block 27, D. L. 599
as
Phone 6286
543 Pender Street, Vancouver
i
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.
MARTINSON & CO.
62 Lomdale Avenue
P. O. Box 72
Phone 173
North Vancouver
North Vancouver City
i /
CLEARED LOTS 50 ft. x 147 ft.
In BLOCKS 15, 15a, 16 and 16a. D.L. 550.
PRICES: $7 50 to $ 1000 according to location.
TERMS: I -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
The Grand Boulevard extends through this property
FOR PUNS, PRICE LOT AND PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
——
The North Yancouver Land and
Improvement Company,
Uu4
um,
043 PENDER ST. 2stiJH VANCOUVER, B. C
i
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to wvm* north Vancouver,, % e,
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WASH GOODS
SPECIALS
GENUINE  SCOTCH GINGHAMS,  our  own  importation  in   Plain
Slmmlirnyi snd Chocks, special per yurd .....lOo,
83-inch l'HINTS, good heavy quality, light  and dark colors, special
per yard .,„„..,, , ,,.., , ,,.,}0p.
DIIESS MUSLINS, plain snd lancy Dimity  atripoa, ' also  dots' snd
croisban, pries   ......... ..,..'.... Ulo sad Inc.
A large assortment ol Victoria Lawns, Indian Uncfis, l'.-niun Lawn*,
Nslsooka, Organdies, etc.
*
Rnttons covsred Iron) your own material—all lizsi.
 I" Ill        ■ , I       n       ll I   II II   I
J* Jt  lVlC/VJ^£i£iV/jLi
Keith Block Lonsdal* Block
LONSDALE AVENUE COB. 15th and IANSQALiS
l'hone 03 I'bone «8
TWO STORES
M
I CtCitcat °ur Babies BILLY and
Why make two loads moving when One Van will lake it all.
Ring up 295, CREAMER TRANSFER CO., for the
Largest Padded Furniture and Piano Van in (he City.
SEVENTEENTH STREET
Hall Block from LONSDALE AVENUE. Good
Lot lacing South, $850.00, ,\ -3 Cash, 6 and 12 months
An excellent buy.
D. L 204
i
Close to WATERFRONT and BRIDGE LOCATION. Double Corner. Price $1250.00, 1-4 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and 16 months.   This is a Snap.
C. E. LAWSON & CO.
15 LONSDALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVER
Phone 70—P. O. Box 97
.
MOTION 'FfCTURPS   ,
Mating piotures are not to bs condemned indiscriminately,
fn their case there exist* particular
need |pr discrimination between right
uso ol them nnd the abuse pi their potentialities. The evils connected with
them in demoralising places call (or
strict regulation by the community.
Tha moving picture, if rightly used
and if handled by the right cort nl
people, can be made an educational
instrument ol great service and a
source ol wholesome, uplifting recreation.
Edison is quoted as believing that
''geography will be taught by moving pictures as soon tt the muchin.:i
Snd Dims become inespensive enough."
Mary II. O'Heilly, a Boston solpw|
teacher, is reported to have declared
that "il wa put moving pictures int.
the schools, the truant would bo a rain
thing. The young will learn mora
with their eyes in ten minutes than 'n'
a week with their ears."
The eye gate opens almost a royal
road to learning. All students, whether children or grown-ups, learn
more readily and easily when interested and pleased thun when alien-'
lion has to be compelled. (Might in *
task lends wings tp tba worker. 4,
series of piotures of beautiful sews ii|
foreign lands of famous buildings nnd
pf the striking costumes of strange
peoples would vitalize the study o|
geography.
The case is the tame with some of
the work of the churches. The life of
Christ, for oxampio, has been presented st Chicago in a sories ol moving
pictures exhibited at 0 public place
ol enteriainmont, and iho effect on the
audiences wai inspiring and uplift/'ng.
Other |wrionages and occurrences of
scripture are capsule of use by the
churches (or the isme purpose. Why
not make a good use ol the moving
picture, ss some iplnisleri havo already done, to give inne and snncli-
tied recreation instead of (topping
with negative; denunciation of ' the
ohuso 7
THE THl'E HOME
i'rolmhly ninotocn-lweuticths ol the
happiness you will ever have you will
get at home. The independence that
coiiiuh to a man when his work is over
and he fools he has run out of the
storm into tha ipiict harbor of home
where he can rest in |xiace with his
family, ii sometimes real. It does not
make much difference whether you own
your house or whether you have only
one little room In. that Iwusa, ypu cui|
make that one little room a im
borne to you. You c«n psppla it wftji
moods, you can turn lo it with such
sweet fancies, Hint it Will pe fairly
luminous with tbejr presence ond~wii|
be to you tho vpry perfection ol a
homo. Against tbis borne none of you
should ever transgress. You should always treat each other with courtesy.
It is often not so difficult to love a
person as it is to bs courteous to
them. Courtesy is o[ greater value
and a more royal grace than some
people eeem to think. If you will lie
courteous lo each other, you will soon
lesrn to love each other more wisely,
profoundly, not to say lastingly, than
you over did before.
I.0VE UP TO DATE
A little watch, a little wait,
A little lingering by tho gate,
A little while, a lingering kin,
And soon some more, .and oh, what
bliss.
A little form behind the fence,
A little peeping, down frpm thoncu,
Two little oyes, & little hoy
Is seeming all, und oh, what joy.
A promise st tho altar made,
And broken 'bout us soon as said,
A little year of wedded bliss,
And il» 11   li,Ilu. sir I what is this ?
A little word, und then some more,
A little scrap—who knows what (ort
A little suit, und then divorce,
And separation V why, ol courre.
FIRST KSTWATl! OF WHEAT ( HOP
.1. Hi ueo Walker, commissioner ol
immigration at Winnipeg, bus wired
the superintendent nf immigration at
Ottawa :
"The total acroago under wheat
this year in Manitoba, .Saskatchewan
und Allicrln is now officially declared
lo Imi Io..v.'.'..ihiii acres.
"The wheal crop never looked totter thun nt Ihis moment. Taking the
yield ul the very low uveruge of 18
bushels |."'> aero gives a crop of IH!),-
4o0,IHKl bushels. Deducting for sesd
grain and bread consumption 711,111111.
ono bushels, will leave for export 158,-
160,000 lm. li. I. Thii will require 145,-
4HHI ears to carry eastward."
Itain ur shine you con get   strictly
fresh Eggl st 'Joe per dor. nt the lip-
lo Data 1...... j >   till  tbo  I'JIh   duly
ncxl.  S. Hilchic, the Up-lo-Dds Uro-
asr. M First it root call. 0-7
mm
STORE TO LET
" .1     11
Centra Block Lynn Valley
iu.     ig        *i 1
|| 5 monthly. Lease given to good parlies. This is an excellent
opportunity to establish a good business in a growing district,
Apply '■ . "
Cor. Centre and Lynn Valley Road
I—\—,—or——'ii m
Merckinti' Truit Jk Trading Co.
*    *
Pender and Burrard StreeU, Vancouver, B, C.
I UpilTU Jf ■;,- iiag
ERINDALE. D. L 622
Between proposed SECOND NARROWS BRIDGE
and NORTH ARM BRIDCE~on~Keith Road
FIFTY FOOT LOTS, $330 ZmJJ
.. . .1..    ■ ■ ■
CRAPED flOAD TO EVERY LOT
Water und telcphono service is being put into .district now uml
route has been surveyed lor corlino.
D. MacLURG
340 PENPER STREET      VANCOUVER, B. C.i
 "■ "■'■"■ —
l-room Collage
Norlh Lonsdale
Nice tiraded lot Tit) l.vi
Vl.iVHi.  Cash PM
JACK LOUTET & CO.
CELEBRATE DOMINION DAY
AT  NORTH
A FULL DAY'S PROGRAM OF PLEASURE IS PROMISED
Athletic Events
Aquatic Events
Sailors' Sports
$3,000
Marathon Race
Baseball Match
Children's Sports
Boy Scouts' Annual Competition
The Finest Exhibition of Fireworks Ever Shown in British Columbia
TWO FIRST-CLASS BANDS ALL DAY AND EVENING
H!?-
H.M.C.S, RAINBOW WILL BE IN PORT
-Hie Worship Mayor McNeish SecretaryTreasurer--<ieo. J, Phillippo, P. 0,
Vice-President*--'Re*ve I, Y, McNaught, AM. Henderson, Chairman Ewcutw CoflMftittee
T. S. BROWN, Business Manager.
75 Express Classified Ads,
FOR  3AU
P0rt  N.\I,F--I'lnii.  donbls.bsd  mul
Hires*, 'li'iin, Plisap. I Ilh alreet 1*1
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|td rid nil nt the H'rultn.-
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The popular playhouse which has
! for so long been I lm delight ul. North
Fr.-sh Fruits daily nt Ihe lirirWu.    I Vancouver   theatre   goers, "TJ» Qem
; Theatre" has eh«ngod hnnds and wi|l
Klder Mnic.i■( n., liiv iii.-'iii.iiice.      ■ \m cns'i'itxl on under a new mnnsgs-
1 monl Iroiii .Inly l»t. The painstaking
lt.ii,.l,.1iiesl,i..li   in suit   i'^.,Lra  „,„) ^.,,,,,1   knowledge nl  Mr.
I'l,,,,.. and e.riuuilis fi.nimheil.    '"If.ivfcjwr,  nmpugur and owner ol the
mul .UN li.vlur.1..  A. W. Hd'ii, '- i ii- j ||,ml|1,  m hw ,nr 8n Hg b6M) ,w
1 l!::''"'1; Wised in ihe sslootlon of Iho motion
piiiiinw for presentntion to Iho pi|h-
Ilu, and the conscientious regard  lor
m
imxiliilr Ai-unie,  I'll 'in'
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mul  h.'liill  i I   ill' lir.illii,
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hum , . lii'liie, the l'| -ii,-|i,i,i firo-
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tits eitimws of this ails' Ul glva him a
bumper night a* a slight token oltlw
appreciation1 which may lastly ho accorded him as hia due,
Mrs. Captain Bpioer successfully
sustained up operation lor appiii'l'si'
tii yesterday at North Vancmiv-ir h'»-
prlal.   The pntionl Is priiL'r.i-s'':i|j   fa
vnrably.
llm -ing a lull in the mailing business
nf tho oity council last evening ipiiie
a lively diseusiiun arose between thu
local representativoi nl the v.iii.nin
papers who were present. Her ninny,
New llrunswiok, the Hielnn's o' .Soot-
land  nnd  Ontario  wiiru  roprt'oentad-
ilu- comfort of his pun om.. building
up fi nni a small foundation, a playhouse IIS ".ull appointed iih any of lis
kind iii lirilish I'oliimliia, has won for
himself n reputation in North Van-
i-oiiuT which, i" say Iho least, is en-
vliibhi, The new owner, Thomas H.
Hnnli-y, recently from Teins, is a man
'■viio , i-\|ieriiiiico in lha motion pic-
l-nro business 'murks him out aw'una
for pipiul ii'i'.inl und til Mr. Hanley
Mr. Veuiier recoinniiiuds Ihose ol hll
iiii'iuls uml pillions who appreciate the
nstruotivo and plousing ovening's rs-  concert  il   that were possible.    Sev-
The band concert given at Victoria
Park on Wednesday evening was well
attended and tbe program ai rendered
was oven better than that ol the lasl
laxution under the spsll of the  id.nl 'eral ol the selections were in s  nrss
plays. *
As tonight will be the last night
ilinl this theatre will lie under tba
management of Mr. Vernier it is up in
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lioiilu  36o,
llui lei, fresh made, New /ml,unl
II lbs II.O'I
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 Phone 20—	
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THAT tin- Civic Information-&nd Labor Bureau ia now
open for the Convenience nf Employers ,m I Employees.
Employers ara requested to take m]vantage ol the Office
when requiring help.
Phone 321
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West   liidln  I,one .Iiiiiii  3J)c   lioltlu
K'iw.'h l.iini- iluice filli' liotili-
Wlnoarnls, Ihu grout Ionic  ■-! '-'> hotil,-
Welsh's Urapo diii'i' .'Fie and Ifie bottle
(lutii'ura Soap 'J'u: cake
.Sponiri's from Ifie In I'J.OH
Virgin t'aslilo Soap in I Hi. burs, i bars for Ifie.
Klin's Fruit   Sail    7fic   ImlAle
Don'l forgi'l »e lune Ihe fimst stock of per'
funii'H in the i-ifv, liovvn, \il.ius,.„, I iv.r, llnaiul,
l.ubin, Colgate, etc.
i
All the good toilcl wutt-rs ut low piic s.
Above all don't forget lo have your priscriplions
lilli-I hers, Mr. )'. B. Thomas, I'hpi.II., a graduate ol Toronto I niversity, personully don all
the dispensing.
North Shore Drug Co.
ESPLANADE WEST
P. S. THOMAS, Phm.B. DS«
a few doors ui-sl of the I'm
DraffUi
Dili.,-.
Ooodl delivi'i'id to unv part of dty,
'liono 3Ji House I'lione ri^

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