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 El)t Hxpxm
Vol HIP It
Nop* Vakoovvw,, B,G., Psipay, Atowj 25. mi
Numbei 40
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COUNCIL RECOMMENDS
BY-LAW FOR 140,000
Money to be wed on Street*
FIRE  CHIEF TO BE RETAINED
Engineer end Board of Worb
!.
In a dignified nnd temperoto letter
I I'.ngiii.vr  Hones  complained  to   the
pity oqunoil on Tueedny, ol Ibe rtste-
. iiii-nlii ami ullegiiliiins which had Iwn
mailo concerning bin) by A hi. Smith
mul lli',i,liii-si,ii at p mooting   pf  llm
Hoard pi Wmk« held  during bi. |b-
sonoe, and whioh statements and allegations bud np|»«ii'eil in the   press
pi Vancouver and p{ North  Vancouver.     •
Engineer llanes took the objection-
i.l.l.' ..iui nis ono liy ope and dealt
wilb them calmly mul disposainnutely
giving bis rcacnns lor his .eta of
ciiiiiniissiiin mui umiaaiun and 'Moid
ing his iiwn pnsilinn im eiinh several
Ol,unl.
.Tho lull conduct pf bis delence wu
in stniii|! cunimt to tbs In' it.'l pugnacity and vilii|»ialiv« condemnation
nl Aid. Smith, who, not content with
replying, fetpicnlly inliji i upli d i h.. re-
iii1.11..- nl iitlni Ahh'Mii.n whn Innk up
the ciidgiils ihi Iho part nf Iho uiiin
,nor.
Aid. I lend, is, ni, nn the nllicr hand,
lliu chairman nl tin In mid nf wprfu
ami asenclalod witb Aid. Smith jp tbs
criticism nl lite cily engineer, ap|wur-
nl In In- luir nu nd,. I and i-pinlili!, ol-
Ibntigli be conchidisl bis own reply
with Ihe ii'iiii.ik lhat ho declined 11
take Inni. nue wnrd ol what be
thought In Iw a very mild criticism,
and nn. which jt had bean tbo right
nl lliu Inuifil tn make.
"•,
The liisi  pnints which were   taken
up by the engineer wore ths nenjie-
d     linns mado by Aid. Smith that he the
■ k cily engineer bail nol appointed' Ml
■ 1 ins|iootiir nf the wnrks. allbnugh   ho
™    had Imhii asked to dnsn, nnd   lhat
.       lie sin,ul.l nnt have loft llm  oily   at
,   Ihe limn bo did, In gn Ip l.ynn creek,
I    and token bis essislnn! wilh him.
I      „ TMn engineer's reply lo this wns Hint
'      bo bail not immudialely appointed an
T     iicp.ct.,1 liecauso (lie metier was l.-lt
V '   In hie discmlinn und Iw had nnt l,n -n
'      .1. lmii.dv  insiiiii-ii.l by the council lo.
■In sn.     Ili,ivev.-i, be bad since   up
, pi.inie.l a man In tbe wnrk.   He bad
1    Ui  Ihe cily un Ibe oiprest instructions,/d lb,- cpuncil to,posl notices in
,   the I .vim Valley st the head ol tbe
crook, mid hu hud menljpnoil Ihe lacl
In the mayor and nthor nl the alder
men, lhat he wuuld lake bis assistant
with bim in nnter tn accnmplitdi  tlie
wnrk lb,- nm fi, spisshly.   , 'I lio wuler
notices wore nl parumnunl inipnrlunco
Next the engineer look up Iho   an-
cimilinns nf Aid. Ilindeisnii.     Thv.a
wero mum nnd inclitdal Ihe lacl lhat
iin engineer had lailod in nppniul <>u
in-tpootor, Ihe responsibility   'or   the
X ...bii.iii    ol    Lonsdale    and    other
. J ■■! 1 ul Iho cily, Hint he had  Ijusii
tyVi|u.|iieiil in bis duties, tbat bis fail-
fun- to appoint on inspector r. suited
in d.-iiigei In pulestrisns, and that be
bud lull'the city In look alter ilsell.
In reply, Iho engineer said that bs
Inul int.n an .mill nf nfbee lo which
be intended Id adhere.     He was   mil
In .ippi out  II sii|sllnlHiil.-iil  tm  I mi"
|¥    'lull) unless ho di i-iiii'I il  m-c ssuiy.iini
li.nl the wnrk ol ihe tily lie n al'nwsd
in slide.     Tboro had bo.n a compe-
l.iil man, in Iho person nf Hr.l'lucas,
left in charge nf Iho office.
/'      He poinlod nut that the grading of
f,   Lunsdule had been done by duy labor
/tlM?'"d i' Hiere hod been no delay oousjd
J     *by life board pi works by cbongtng
Irnm Any labor Ip detract, 'nnd Hun
back,   Ibe  avenue  would  hnve Im-h
, linishcd by'now.
IK. ihdiilr/iHSMiy  WM   ooneiilerol tp
lay in the foot (hat he bad not pirn-
(-.^sufficiently hard timet contractors
j J,  woro  cpiisblerahry  behind   time
Ihuir work.    Tbis bo .aid w.s nni
filie case..    Tho confnurlurs bad   ull
Isui written tn, and various sums "I
money, which had accrued In Ibe city
l| /   had Iii-ii deducted Iron the ninoiiiils
7      nf llm coolrncls'on aooount ii delay.
Ho was nnt, he thought, cnljll.d to
icsive blornc fnr Ibe deplorable  con-
dilion of Hie slreels.
Finally he cpnsinWcd it bis right to
Is' present at the mMings ii the
Isuiid nl winks, when scnsatjonol
lunge, wero In be m.i|e .gainet bim
in .ii.I.i ituil he might defend hiinmHI
mul ids repuUlion.    i
The reading oi Ibis fetter had not
Mm concluded but .'/radipp ii time
when Aid. Siniili was mi his (sot and
liud commenced 1 vehement tirad. jn
support nl th. accusations and altera
tipns mad. igaiwt tin .ngimof-, It
WSS oviiluiil from hii "tntcinuils tbst
Aid. Smith is giving up tin lur„.
purl inn pf his. daylight hour, ip gazing fruiji his office window at the operations whicii .re going nn in the
vicinity nl the Bsplan.de and I.niie-
ilnln iiv.'iiue.    From, thii "Smjthsonl-
1111 Institute jn Kpihryn" wheio numy
scii'iiiiiiii problems of road building
me prnbisl  In th. cure, the alderman
ins been able tn observe, or so it
may be inferred from bil remarks, 'ex
aotly how many wagon Ipads nl rock
it will lie neoesaary to disinter later
un from tbo mud bod, and bow many
loads pf "pur" muck" (gum! Scotch
woi-ilj have already Iwen dumped. He
was pi 1 lm opinion tbit tb. work ol
liilwiin, (b. cnnlruotnr, sbnuld le
nnkod after. Hilisnn, he said, b'uil
never done any grading belnre, il bu
(the alderman) | knuw anything olmul
nm.I building. Did tbe cfigimior think
that <lil.mil wm carrying out bi.
wnrk in (lie right manner.
"Vim are neglecting your duly" l'1''
ulib-i-iiiiiii eu|d heatedly, when you dp
not aoc that a optrfT|Ctur is doing
bis wnrk properly."
Th. engineer inluminl -Aid. Smith
that liilison nwiird sevaity horses pf
hie own and bail done mile, nl grading .in Sen I He.
Then Aid. Kittson addVcssal the
cniineil. He said wilb rctoreno. tp
llm attack mads nn tbe engineer, he
was never a party to it, nor w.s 1*
iu syiiipiiihy with it in any manner.
"Wo have" said Aid. Kiti«.,n," tn.
host onginoer thst it is possible to
gel on this court, .nd I think that
the attack mad. upon bim Is uawor-
imil..I, uncalled fnr and unjii»liftal|u''
At this |Hiint Aid. Smith inler>n.«l
one nf hie interruptions and was very
promptly (nlil |p shut up by thu alderman who had the llnnr.
Tbo attack had been made, said tbt
nlil.'iiiiiiii, because Ihe engineer would
tint h-iiil liimwll tn tba macbinatipns
of certain aldermen in that council.
This remark was strongly objected .to
by Aid. Smith and Hondcrenn, where-
iipnti Aid. Kitlsnn stliiisl lhat bs
would repnt it and would stick lo
il until b"i Ircerei, Because tbe engineer did iu)4 n» eye In Vyo with all
ihu members of III. council, limn
councillors wsro making it difficult ai
Ihey cnuld lor bim.
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Aid. Jlcndenson then replied tn thl
engiiiuor's letter. He said that tbe
board ol works, although then wor.
hipslrodi ol thousands pi dpllsrs let
in cool rude, had always played a
minor part, and that al) the board
bad done had lieen tn indulge ia a
little crilicism. H. complained that
Ibe engineer bad never taken th*
Imonl into bis confidence. He personally bad introduced , nmptom-
dum in which lln-iv wee nothing bne-
<ilo Ip Ih. engineer. He said all that
ihe board bad dasired ware plans and
reports, '/'be alderman I hen went in-
lo (sum. dutajl pf tin work tiling done
mid Hie way jp which it hod loon
carried put. Thar, bad k. said lass
variations in Ibe giade pf Irnm two
end a half feet tn Ibret feel which
hail ls»| Wl unprotected, .nd bs
spoke q| tbe matter ul slopes inilejd
of cuts.     H. mW why tb. engjnear
bad not ml t*» board and Aom it
be Ihpiigbt lha board wiehod.and eon-
i-linliil lhal whatever criticism he had
made of tbs ongioasr had been very
mild nmi thai'he w»s ..timisbod .1
the Utter.
Aid. Henderson disavowed any lar
tuition ol a desire tp mint tat (M
onginoer in any way nr fo b. antag-
onislie In bim. Dn Ills other band
Ilu.. board ol works bad wished tp
Mf) him 'of ll» protection ol the
city's inlereele.
Aid. IcKee deMribod .11 the acoii
sal inns buried at the engineer aa
untiling but insinuations, and he de
pracM timm- ,9a staled tli.t U»
wigin«-r bad bad no deDoiU iMtruo
•inns lo appoint tp iospaotpr, and
Ibat nolbing could b. cbarg«l againat
Win nr apy other pffcjol \p tin mty
of driitiqucnoy, uo>M timft had tmn
a m.^inn paaaiad by Ibe council to the
effect Ibat osrt^Jff prsfcr. be earned
out ind (My mm mglMM.    It is
the duty pf the cpimeil tp blip  pn|
Hi. wgiiw, to ny wfi»t v. w«wt-
dopi tpA tp pin i reifilution to tint
■ffopt,
AM. Bin wi« iprry thit the tPiip-
mt bad taken tb. criticism so s..ri-
ousiy. He Uwught tbit tl» whole
matter was more in tb. flltur. pI i
awinmunilatimi than p criticism.
Aid. McHao stated that, bl wns dn-
oidodly of llm ..pinion thit th* bnurd
ol works wil tbo body to idimikkir
any blame at the end nl tho y.«r, m-.
imcinlly i| they did not givu .jiecific
prdtr..
His wprship tbon smpPthed matters
pvpr |nd osproesed a bopo lhat bar-
ninny might prevail.
The regular business ol tho ranting
wa. thai proceeded with.
At th. Ppoping nl tho si.uion the
minute, pf |b. previnus moating Were
otiopleil as read and the cpuncil then
settled down In heor tho cprreappitd-
ence. Among this was a letter Irom
tbe aacrotary pf the railway cniiiinis.
simiers which simply ucknowipilgol the
receipt ol the last Idler Irom the
council ropieuling that any additional
subsidy asked fpr by ihe V. W. Jt V.
railway be granted.
Mine complaints and demands for
damages were received pn account nf
blasting nperstipns. Ono ol those
was Irnm HcDnugail Jenkins, and the
other Irnm A. E. Stevens. Hehatcs
on tares were allowed in two cases
where tbe chock, had come in late,
but whore it was shown that the letter, had been jmalcil in time.
Tho manager ol Iho l|. ('.'T.l.'phoiie
Co., wroto to elnto tbat the cost for
maintenance nf a private line lielw.oi
tlm two lire Stations would bo Ifi.lNl
per month, tho company to supply
idiom's and li.lleries and to iiiuiiiluiir
the lines.
lloinanii i'inlo k Co., in a cpmmu-
nieiitinn sl.it.sl that they were una' In
tp obtain Iho pipe calkid.fur in certain spocificatipns, olwwbore than in
Scntjand, and that il it was necessary to obtain it from thero considerable delay would Ik entailed. A similar isiiiiniiiiiii'istioii was rocoived from
I'uiilf.i.'ioi- I..-.- and tho whole matter
waa reiurral tn the onginoer and the
board nl works.
The pipe in question ll lour inch
iron pipe.
Mr. Alei. Philip asked lor tho  ro-
consinWatinn of   Ihe   assessment    nn
pertain parts nf his properly, ami tl
matter  was  referred  tn  the  finance
oommible..
Several lettors were received front ■
th. city engineer reenmmonding ihe
payment ol various accounts, ond be
also askud that ho might Ik given an
account nl Ihe wolwworks funds   in
ni.I.-i that he might see bow lar ho
could go in liic construction work
which wu necessary. Ho stuledllmt
he had ordered Messrs. Tucker and
liilwun tp commence Hie wnrk Pn 1st
.ml 2nd streets.
Willi regard lo his trip up the f.yim
valley, the engineer said that he bad
powfetf. nunvirous nplioes, ono is especial ol which, concerning a small
lake adaptable fpr storage purpose.,
would eventually prove pf iiieatimable
value tp the oity. The lake cpuld
be mado with very little difficulty tn
ptomrve IM.lHU.ixt) gullons nl water.
There was a loiter oopoerniog a
bridge nn llm Larson road which bad
ban autborlaed sum. time agn. The
old bridge had bun burned and ibe
debris bad bam cleared away. On
tbe motion pt Aid. Henderson it was
decided in 1st tha oppjlructinn op a
new structure remain in abcyao'e Ipr
another y.-ar.
This prewrvaliou pi I^innlale avt..
in a. fit coiulilion to oorry lira traffic
Ihrnugboul Ibe wjnUr mnnlhs then
came up lor cunsideratian and, Ihere
was a lengthy diacussipn. According
Ip Hi. enginoir ibe amount fur rook
four inches tbick and for sjireading
and hvelliug it pn Lonsilolo Avenue
frpm tbe waterfront tp tbe. Ilppw
bleitli rpad would  be apprp.iipately
tyum,
The K^ilanadc, First and Second
streets would require In,'*.) each and
another IfifiOO would bo Mquired lo
finfrb tbat portion from the (ip|Kr
tikfti, road to the city limits nr ip
uther wooj. a aum pi WJMl in all.
Planking lomdale Avo. from the
waterlrppt to about lgfh street wpu|d
coel in |be neigbliPriioud pf HfiOO,
and similar sums would lie required
fpr ifie tirtt (Mm aide streets. There
win tfm way. in wbicb ibe oity
might msks tin oeettiaty funds .vail-
aW», on* by I bjr-lM»i I "oond lm
current revroue, and lis Ijkfrd on uV
loMl imprnvenjeot plan.
Mud) diwiusion sowed among tin
council md many ■ tmmtnanAitione
and suggestions were nude, .. that
only half tb* road. b. pueadaaimd,
or mat om m only b» Aom,   UA.
Smith mado a suggestion tbit the
rpolf omihsr be put tp work immediately. , It had ho said loin idle for
fiiany mnnlhs ami Bitrely it would b.
possiblo tq liinl a nuip whn cnuld run
it by now. Ah}. Kitt4»n .h.F|«t.r.
iasl ih« rook oruihor M I dre.m'and
suid that tb. Oily would have tn go
pn>ido lor Ibe1 rook ip ony MM.
Aid. Smith thought that tbo coun-
I hid bott.r give up lit idea ! pf
raising Il5ti,ii(i(l Ipr a tuny lerry, and
attend to the streets instead. "We
IPs already in a peck pf trouble, and
in any c|M whatever we I put into tbe
sfroots wil g(l out ol sight thia winter." Knob wm the upiiiinn nl the
alderman.
Aid. Honderepn lh.n -«V»d "that
the oily clerk be inelruclcd to prepare
a by-law to gp belnre the popple for
♦ffl.HIKI lor the repuir und maintenance of ilie city streets," and the
motion waa carried unanimously.1
The mutter olitbe complaint uf the
engineer then look up tbo attention
of tho council. That concluded, business was resumed.
Under the head nl enquiries, Aid.
Hies asked if it would not be possible
to have tho bo* factory remove the
sawdust which was accumulating tn
the danger,ol tho public property. Il
wan becoming a nuisance and firo
rales had already lieen raised on account nf it. The lire committi. will
Innk alter'iho mailer.
Tenders lor, the sowers to lie laid un
the Esplanade nnd Socond street were
oponad, these proved to be twp in
each ease. For the Esplanndo, ibe
price of It. 10. Leo w.s 131,987, and
that nf lioiiiiiiin I'inlo »l!i,r,:i|. The
teiidura wen) referred Ip the liPnnf pf
worka. The liimnce cummillce re
cniiiin.-nd.sl lhat nn extra W) be donated (n tin- Horticultural spciety.
Out pi lmiiti-.'ii applicatinnn received fnr the pnsilinn nf assessor and
assistant cily desk tho name ul Mr.
Iliislnni was cliiw.-n and Hie city clork
was instructed In lakola,hallo!.
From the mayor's questions.and Ihu
iiiinwers received in tbs mutter nf tbe
appointment ol slre.-l , inspoetnrs, it
may Iw inlorred Ihnt Ihe engineer has
nuw definite instruction, tp put two
men at Iho work.
Aid. Kittson mado ths following
motion: "That the engineer l:e instructed lo cease any further expend
it uro nf tbe funds oppropriated (nr
the lanes and devpte tbe same to the
Aro I'nimnill.v, with the proviso that
the fire chiel and the commit lis.- crime
Iu sum., iiuiieiililu arrangement le
i w.i'ii Ihem. Otherwise another million wil) be put authorising the re-
transfer nl the binds." Anotlur inference which was nnt io uny lurtlicr
way'dovt'lo|«d, moy be gathered from
this mot inn, though nothing has l.oon
made pubno with regard In tbe city's
arrungetrfcnts pr attempted reconciliation with Ibo fire chiel. The inlcr-
i-niv is that tlie city of the lire cum
mittoo is making some effurt In re-
luin the pervious ol tho chief.
The mooting then adjnurned until
yosl onlay.
Diitrict Council Celebrate!
Twentieth Anniversary
,Vesl«rday win the 90th anniversary
pf tho first malting pI tho district
cniineil ul th. miinicipulily pf North
Vuppouvpr, and on tbi announcement
hejng m.do to tbe reeve sometime bo-
fnro the meeting he invited hii fdlnw
mwnbor. pi tbo cpupcil tp an ejtcm-
piMV, Ininiquel at tbe Hotel North Voncuuver. Tbo affair was. quito unosTo-
inoniiius since the preparations were
nl th' must hurried order, nevtmtho-
es. ft was enjnywl tp the limit, and
fdicilutiniis piismxi pn all sides.
On the npening pf the session of
the cuniii.-il tbo first nmi inn made was
jn the nature ol congratuletii.ua to
Cuiincilloi- ,1. Hades Ward on bis return Irom a three monthi' trip to
throne, during which it js needless to
.tale that ho was present al the
cnrunnliun rejoicings. Mr. Ward re
plinl vory briefly aud gov. a very
brief account nf his wanderings, anmn
noliiv uf which npi»'iii-s olsewhera.
(Iprresppiidenpe was then taken up.
'(lie first loiter tp receive atluntinn
woe Ibat from tho Hal Fir Lumber
Company, which announced tho fact
that the mill hud had all its boilers
working during th. past lew days but
lhat the plant wus sadly in need nl
water, whicii at tho present time hod
tn bo buttled uu scows. It was de
ohkid Huil Iho rqqucst nl tbo ontnp|uiy
bo acceded fo and that Ibe engineer
lie instructed to lay pipe to tb. mill
us soon ns possible.
As usual there were many letders
ashing Inr water, rouds, lanes | Bill
iiidowalka and oven bridges, audi thxiu
was a second application received lur
Iho i position of curotuker ut tlie now
municipal hail, 'litis came from Mr.
H. P, Kilvmnls and wus milorod lilo*
In view of a letter claiming a lion,
on tbe ni<,ii,- i-jii-.ii.-i-. Cnun. Bridge'
nuin movvd that an Kmpluynr's Liu-
liility ppfjoy bo, taken out by Um
council.
Tbe Deputy Minister ul Untie wrote
to elate Hint bu lind receivvd notim
Irom tho municipiiiily prptnting .-
gniturt the claims fnr 'water rights by
Ihe liludwiii llfoibeis on |,ynn oniak.
It wns tho opinion of Hm council,
Ibat liiey simubl nnt lend H»>
elfin-is lo Ibo laying out uf sub-divisions when a letter wns roud.ilrnm W.
I'nvvin concerning a road runn'ng
nurlli and suuth thpiugii.l). I,  HH.
Sundry other liueiueee wa. conduit
od milling it being a resolution by
f'uun. Allan to Iho effect Hint Ibe
usual business iius^ing lie postpotml
ifcxt 'llmrsiliiy lo allow tile member.
to bu preuent ni the homo ol l|ie
Iluuie uf the councillor . lu >, t.-ln .it
Iho Hag miaing. Tin- motion was
curriu) n.'in con.
I'nniplcle report will bo pulilinbisl
on Tuemluy. |
Furnished housekeeping ropnti |rl
week each. Apply Friday evenings pr
Sltntdiy looming! Wgb, Bth hous,,
Hit pf fjt. QMrgs's, 18th street. 95-8
Furnished Hooms to Kent - Single pr
double (or ladies pr guiiljemett. Ileeu
tilul locution. Opnvouiwt Ipr lerry.
Apply W7 Lonsdale Ave. 35-8
POUSB' FOB BBNT-6 rpomi,
133.80 monthly with lease. Fqruitur.
for into cb«p. Owner leaving city.
Apply evenings pn|y, 7 p'c|pok of pilot, 153 Third si root cost, North Vancouvor. 99-6
FOB BENT-Largo hall, • Lonsdal.
Av.. (near 1st street) loiiuerly known
as K. P. Hall) suitablo lor lodge room
socioty purposes, or suit, ol offioes.
Altoralipns tp suit rcsppusibl. tenant,
privilege qf siib-letling. Apply Irwin
k Hillings Cu. Ltd., Ul I.onsdlle Ave.
Telephone IS. tf
OOPWPOD WANTED-SO 4»rd»,
prioe Including delivery and slacking
in basement ol 967 Tenth street east,
North Vnnoouvier lo Mertun, V. O.
Ilpz 16113, Vauouuver. 36-8
FOB SALE
l)uii|dc curncr, Inn leet mi boulevard
aud IN loot ,m bit. Andrew's avenue,
cleared. Price I3IIM), J cash, balance
uver IS months. I'ullll.r ic Mcllwuilis
Ids lliclini-ils st., Vancouver. Phun.
Seymuur 8763. IV
F1E1! CHIEF IS TO STAY
Hu Withdrawn Bit ftsslgnation-Wlil
be Provided With Hon. Mil
Buggy tad Will Carry Chemical
Tbsrcin « -
An amicable arrangement has been
iiinie to between the Are ami light
committee and Fire i.'hief Turner by
tvbich the Chief will withdraw his re
sigiiiifinn and wil| retain bis position.
The s'bsirman of the Are and light
committee, Aid. Hinilb, announcci) this
fast last night and also Ibat arrange
moots bad boon made by meius of tbo
funds put at the disposal of the cm
millee from 'he lanes apd appropriation whereby Ibe t'liief would be pro
vidpd with a hone ind buggy in
which bo will ho enabled to arrive at
tbe location nf a tre wlfh a minimum
loss nf lime. This rig tp be provide
for Ik* Ohief w|lj b. so arranged thul
it yill carry .1 raodillcil chemical apparatus and will cost in the vicinity
of WW.
lu view of the j»»d work which has
been done in Ibo fir. department by
the Chief and the cfHri.ql stale to
wbicb he bis brought, the fir. and
light coiniuilic. wer. loath lo lose
his services. Aid. Wraith slopped in
|0 th. breach .nd witb diplomacy and
tecf hu M<poth.d over sll tbe difli
eullles. l-'oncMsioos were made on
both sides anil the mailer hai bm f*i
sfactorily arangld
>. V, ttUatlc Auoolatlon
-fhp #br?v. Msoci.tioo w||l hold |
ipefW meeting lonlghl Ifttifr) pi
II p'tMAf. Hatier, nf Interest to til
ip in dlffiMUM»,<|. A|| Aft wehpmi pf
Ut. Al,«.  Pk I lip's m», Htvltptit
m
Music Class Bssumss
Miss Evo MeDoniibl Is rosumiug her
■ hiss iu North Vaueouver ou Ucptcm
iter Isl. Pupils are |i,epurod fur Ti,
runiii Conservatory of Music eramina
lions. Any wishing lo start will find
Miss McDonald ou Mondays aud
Thursdays al Itt Tenth street east,
II you wont a good buy in Hurtli
Vancouver, cull and sro uur li.tings.
Wo specialize in this district. Palmer
At Mi'llvviiinc, 41)11 Kichardi it., Von-
cnuvvr.    J'Iiuiiii Seymnur 8it3 l-l
Splendid view bit, 2 blks frum Lonsdale carliue. i'rice {676. J oath,
balance over 18 mouths, palmer k
Mcllwnine, I'D) llichuid.i st., Vuncui
vor.   Phope Seypiour 8763 I 'J
find, lot, second bluok Irom I "n-
dalo carline aud cloeo lo Boulsvard.
Price 18110. Cash WHI, balance „v«
18 montlis. I'nlmer k Mcllwain., 138
Bichards at., Vancouver. I'hnne S..V-
niotir 8763 IM
FOB SALK Imp. mil Car Gp. ||00
shares. A few for sal. at Ten Dollars
per share iu lots ol Iwo or not lea
th.n fivs shares. Uourgo A- Ksndall,
633 I'ender St., Vancuuver. 11-8
FOB SALE -Kits! growth dry wood
lur HU I'" curd, 4 It. 0. M.I):..!..
Phon. 83. 388
Splendid inside Int. wuuld miike line
business local ion, on First St., pp.
block Irom l.onsdulo avenue. ?rice
♦61'HI. Hash 11800, balance over 18
months. Pnlmor k Mcllwaiue, 138
Bichards st., Vancouver. I'lione Sry
moor 8753 I 'J
FOB NAI.lv Homrsilo Urgain. at
North Lonsdale. Water, Ivln, leb-
phone and sidewulks. 101il98 all
cleared and iu garden. Small Iniuat.
83000 un good terms.     Queen Sirset.
100.183 oo Nye stroul, nuw being
inociidanii/ed.     I860.     13 cash.
100x133 lacjng south no ifuocu st
lvv-.-ll.-nl soil.    DODO.    II ensh.
I unsiliil.- avo., 88 feet 11600.
JACK I.OUTET * CO. Te|. 47 tk 87
Express Classified Ads.
WAlTBp
WANTKIMfmarl rputo boy.. Apply
Province oflioe, Ith street west.
WANTKD Assist unl girl as mother's
blip. 'Apply Vri., Morns, miner 8rd
and St. H.-orge. 368
WANTKD First class drea and suit
maker wants work nt honu or would
go put at 83 per deyv 38-8
WANTKD -finnislicd bouse, 4 bed
rnnms, lireplsno. Walking Aimm
ot terry.    Apply A ,W, | EiMcM pjee
08-*
I want a good rejidsace Int. HW
leet frnnlugc, corner prolorrcrl. Flic
must be rigfct. Apply 9ot |7M, H.
Vanoouver; B. C »-8
WiNT'W)-I)res.n>aking. Inorough-
ly esperiencod lu good dais wpr)f.
Ludice' ni'ttf a specially. Misses Hnp
•Sqihe |, Keith bjpek, corpw 1st W*
Lopsdale. 36-8
tl-,.     I M,J|.
99% mf'
ass
BOOMS FIIB BP«T'
318 •Ipd street em-
m um-VprtMm tod vm
JWiPW km
MISOBLLAWBOUg
.1. Loiilcl aud Norlb Lonadala
'let it at 1 .ousdale Pbaripwy Phon. 38
Ws olos. Sundays. Phom 831. ,|.
II. English, 0. K. I.rooery, 18 I»ns-
dais Avsooi.
Sandbao) k Sjnjpapn, Ijupng movers, residence 488 tti) Avsnui fsat,
Fairview. TH. F.irmPPt 1310.     8-36
Will the gcnllein.u who riec.iv.il
Knglisli setter pup frpm little girl .1
Qopd Tttpphyr1" l.odge .puly to A.
Karlaud, Hot 8386, Ifoffh  Vancouv.r.
Thoroughbrod    Kpglisb    setter    pup
for ap\i,  kpply tlipve pidftn,. M-8
B. O, Utftfy ind tomtA »M*» -
UfVl fig! and Iodic.' saddle hnree.
lot hire., Htaliling Ipr horse., fJen-
*P\ Aetiypty and l*fvy toPfpiPf. |H.
Bunas, Ith mm met, nm Ml
tl.
fit    ll (iilvl. I twiitsam
WW
Wffr'-i' .^11 lilac, 'wiJain-
ilmr A MMi wi ntiiiiii'   buholi at __tri
909 »«»T - fwmpmiii him
Furniture tor mb, A fani'
.md /foqlUyard. i»(J
91:, fifljf, IW) UMtmpod pf., fim,'
m.  p^\tnyM*)t Mil ' 1  «W
4w«s) St. Andrew's ohure)
mm*, • g<fH .tot r-W ■
L.
mmnw.amnaanmm
' (laMnlPmmdMitetnnMtm
A Dainty
Creation
in Toilet
Good*
Finished Id. ibi inwotlin si nl
polished marhle, It. oulnr Ib.tt 1,4
nruomy whlt^iu*. whieb matol)v» the
dolioate (Injuries and furaiihlpKi nl
tb* toilet table ind druwing rnnm.
IIIIIKH PABIHIAN IVOltYtoilnt wt.ro
Is without dnubt th. mmit attrniMve
on tha.wtrW. Wnaa Inlrpduolng it
tn our patrons two ye*rs igo, il Vt»
met with much favor, mil not nnmi
hav. W. heard tile slightest complaint
In regard tn it. durability or iwvloo-
able  qualities.    Us  oulur  lines   nol
chiiiige with yoars nl u*., while ea.li
pfeoe, relMi a high olnsn workmen-
ship.' . W* sr. showing * l.rg* itwlt
pI thii Ivpry thii winn, Irpm whioh
w. will lurnb* lull mit» or Individual
pieces, Has it, ppA you will like It,
It is new, it is neit, It is sorvioetibli
The Standing Alibi of H. Stanleigh Slrome, cont.
Henry Birks& Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
Hai^i«n4GrMvii1e»reeU  -  -  •  Vancouver, B, C,
JUST ARRIVED FROM GERMANY
The frit ityment to thii county ol the Umoui Dowgete
GRAMOPHONES
Theue machiwi ate of the beit quality ind finish.   For tone
they »re unequalled.
J\  *        #0A   To be wld on termi ol $10 cash
rllCC IpOV  «ul$J per month.  LESS THAN
HALF THE COST
ol any other make ol gramophone ol similar size.    There ii
nothing cheap about thaw gramophone! but the price.
<J We have alto in itock a quantity ol English double diic
records, price 85c each,   These records are the finest we
have heard and can only be obtained at
The Warburnitz Piano House, Ltd.
443 Lonadale Ave. Phone 114
SEE US FOR
SASH    DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC
BURRARD SASH A DOOR I At IOHV, foot of St. Oeorge
Wl sulidt I trill kid on vour Orders smell or l.r.o
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED
ACCOUNTANTS
J19 Pander street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
■ATHb
PITMAN'S
Bualiieuc Colli <j<
6}> .Seymour at, Vancouver
Day achool open all the year
round. Night school comment-
ei September 8th.
OHOCCHS
Kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Tender SU.
The only up-to-date and nil-
abb Imth houae in HriUah Co-
luniliia.
Wa cure where othen (ail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. plain hatha, eUctrlc baths,
shower baths, massage for body, scalp and face; eUclro therapeutic hatha a specUlty.
JOS. KAIXBTHE, PROP,
OraduaU o( Berlin, Germany
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAOG
Groceries and Provulona
- Wholesale and Retail
ll6 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tueada^a and Fridays
«-|»V««SSB»-tSrvpS__-WBS«B^MB
NUrflNKM COIUWM
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
jj6 Haatloga St. f,
Canaia'a OwatoM tMamimm mm
9, J, nftott, 9h„ ' -Managar
iim\lemwme»'>i**mtiwm
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WAV ADS.
BUnsm »T»MPt5
THE GEO. II. HEWITT CO
Manufacturers
m'rnuoi iuukr mm
Sign aud Price Mark.re
io Fairfield Did.     Fona R3»7»
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REAL MTATI
Yorkttbire CmniIm k
ktmtm ComoritiM Hi
440 Bayinonr Stratt
reaiTestatb
fyANP AND MORTGAGE
WVR6TMJ..NT.
ESTATEfl   MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
Jl, Karr Houlgata. - - Manager
M»TAU«ANT«
19 Hottl VtuuMvier t*tf*e Ml il
nlherVluk fHo* nt litMipgl »t„
emmm yWm •**m?r* ■ p*VPwy
wm   ytmW WWnWri*)*
in still wutBlilns lor mi pt tits Iroquois, I muit go oroiind ther. and
tike a look »t thit- when I  gel
Titer sll turnM sad looked nt n
pretty girl who nt with wld. open
mouth mid eturlng eyes, nor g.ie
Hied upon th. window,
"OhI" eiolglnid the girl, shivering,
her lie. growing pslor every ^eoonil,
"I'm so icsrod. Just ss yon woro talk,
log I looked st tho window, and thin
ouUld. - thir. - tb.ro — (hero ->"
Sits pointed Wildly With her bind,
nnd tbon reeled agilRit bar neighbor
Mid fainted dead iwny.
Btonno spring to ths Window,
throw It open, unl looked out,   ,
ihere wis nothing to ha Men.
livery thing WM quiet,
Utormi sad two othor men stopped
oulside apd Inveotlgitad. They lound
nothing at lent luiploicmi,
in the meantime thi lorvanti bad
mimicked tha homo Irom lop to hot-
torn, end lound no ooi, Miss Dumunt'i
Jewel, wire Intact.
The dinner was resumed. Tbi girl
Wbo bid fslntod concluded, wltb tbt
rut, thu iba bid bom .cored and
tiiut tb. whole thing ww th. rosull
or Iter Imagination. Order waa res-
lured, end the sulijeut of thl bur-
glirlw dropped.
Only ono man bad Ibo right ol thi
iiffulr, md hll convention op the
i■oi'iier Ol the etroet osplnlnod II.
"Hy Qeorgel" eiolalmod Mr. Hurko,
lur It wu bo, "But I bid a narrow cu-
oiipn. HmnolKKly WW m. loukln' In the
window, md they pretty near nibbed
me. Tbat would be '»' been i good
tblug,"
He walled a low mlnulos to deter
initio whether there was my effort al
pursuit, end then went on:
"Hut bo'i there, sll right, sll right
I ln'e (hero, md ho won't got away
without Jimmy Burke aatorn. Yoi.
cun place your totumi dollar on that,
Btrumpy, to my tune you please.
There waa a second Interruption il
the Dumont place.
"A nolo lor Mr. Stormo," announced
the butler.
Stormo took md read it haetlly.
Thep he looked at hi. waii-h.
"I — I am called away," ba exclaim-
ed. "It's half put eleven, and I mual
go.  I'm lorry lo — "
Ho mudo hll ipologlei md lllpped
out. Ml,.!. Dumont followed hint,
"What — what', tbe mattorf slit
Imiulred anitously,
"1 don't know," he replied. "I
thought tonight that I would lie fro.
Here Is tbe note; you may reed it II
you will."
She started u she looked it It
Then she reid It It wu U follows:
My Dear Storme:
Ilu ut the Iroquois Club si U o'clock
If poselblo. Soms frlnedi of yours will
hu Micro between twelve and half pul
two. Sorry to trouble you. Imperative
Tho nolo wu uiflgned.
"What does It mun!" (be Inquired
"I don't know, little gtrl. It's pari
oi tho generil tchem. of duties I
must perform for I while yet, until-
until I throw them up altogether."
"I am lorry you — you must go,'
she went on, In a pusilod ton..
"So am I, Helen," r.turnod Stormo,
'and Ibave to leave you unprotected
Those robberies that they talked
about tonight are serious, It seunis
you must be oir.ful to keep the houx
lm Vi ii up. If If anything ahould happen — " 11. turnsd pile u he .poke
'II — If unythlng should happen U
you, I don't know what I'd An"
Shu looked up Into PI. aym with s
reassuring emllo.
"You ueed not fear for me," ibe returned. "We ire safe bore Tbe coachman can be summoned Ip an InsUnt,
und William, pur old butler, iU.pi
down stairs One ol Iho maid, ll Ol
the asm. floor wltb me and within
calling distance
"My aunt slups lo th. front room,
md I eteep Ip one of Uu bask opm-
lliu olio at Um corner " she Inilcalai
It wltb a gesiur. — " and tin atrial
llghu ihlni upon It all plght long
Our hoiiiM! Is we|l .ipotwd, a*4 w.'vi
n.vur bid my trouble, md m oem
ctpecl lo, eliier. Nothing will happen
- milking .1 sll"
Storm, bowed.
"I sluecrely trust *>«," ba apU
gravely,
"You win come tomorrowf .he
sukul u b« orejiarad to loavs.
"I till come tomorrow," he replM
And then b. went. After be had l.fi
•he djupoverad that ihe had en willingly rotelned poeeoealim ot (he tola
Hljo threw open ihe loot and ealW
altar hlip, bat to no purpose — bi
bed gone,
She o.lot^sd tlia door and stood up-
coftnlply beneala tbe ilgbt md read
th« no- analt-
A troubled eiproulon uttled upon
her lac. She remained Ip sa .Ultud,
ol haellntiop lot m IpMnaf, tad tlm,
Iniuid ot roturnlng to bar gu«t*
she ran HgUiy up tha slain to hai
room.
II waa a iloguiir thing lhat ai ion
a. she had known gtotvn, luien Dm
mont Ml t«mei Irom him Mt tw«
iettere. Bath 1-4 coat. w|jhlp tbt
pail |aw waefee.
Una optnot a drawer sod took UM
Murs oat  She afanad (Mm and
Ihsat aarefuily with tha
"What daaa It all ra«sn .*- wbu
doe. It moan!" she eiclslmed-   ..
For iho lound that th. no|a (rf to<
night wa. written In nn same hind
an wero tha other two — In tile handwriting or H, SNwIolfft Storme,
"Whit doei It mosnf iho orM
again, >
Ini then ibo want down ntnln,
CHAPT8B It
The Mia among Ihe Shrub.
Storme plunged hastily down the
front itops, lurned la tha right and
itluuppoared   In   the  darkness.    Te
three man, howivir, ha did not dii-
nppear — th.y followed him nnd kept
him will In light. This time he pur-
euid qo devlom courie, but heeded
Straight lor the Iroquois Club', which
h.t reaohedi md entered with eliorlty
Tha three men wilted for him outside. They stood wharo they could im
without being Men, Ono. more they
eampod upon his trail.
Up In the Dumont house the §n«*t«
were leaving. Tha fainting ipill ll
thi table had cut an nlr ol gloom
upon tho crowd, md Stormn's.departure had Mtod m a wrt of signal
for tha premature termination ol thi
uiod.it foativltlee,
Ooe by ope the guests departed
md left Mlu Dumont alone, j
Hall an hour later the lights oo the
ground floor Wire eitlngiilshctl. Hull
an hour after that tke light, upstair,
went out.
The whole houae wu dark. It wai
a oloudy night, apd a sultry opo
There wu no moon.
lti'iin Dumoot did pot retire—eh<
wu lo no mood to ileep. loitead, ih*
look a Mil by an opep window md
thought md thought
Outside Ip the garden, ooncesled
hy Uie shrubbery that surrounded tbs
home, there itood a mm — no unseen mm.
He wu a part ol the chaotic black
nets of tb. night lie only know how
ho came to bo there, or whence hi
came.
He wu motionless md Invisible
Iiii akin miy hive boon white, but II
It were It did not enow, lor be wore e
black muk md dark colored glove.
Hi. clolhos were blank. III. oopl
collar wu turned up. Miss Dumopl
did not see him.
Thl. mm had i kosn ear, and hi
wai using It to the beet advantage
He wu waiting lor abaoluto qulsl
» Willi the Ihiiisi). And whep that quid
reigned, he wilted many minute,
longer before be atirred.
Finally ho made m linporccptibli
movement, and somwhore, within bh
upparol a email bell struck the hour
He algbed with relief.
"I'D try It now," he eiolilpied softly to blmielf. But iUI be did nol
move.
"Ut me ace," he mueed, "I want to
get this straight. I must make no mistakes. From what I have lurned, the
f thing Is Ufa. There ire ill people In
the bouse."
He cheeked them off oo hi. fingers
u be .poke.
"The gtrl, the old lady, the mm, and
three servants. The thru servants
ara on Uie upper floor, but they
sleep, and Uioy doo't count — tbay
paver do The mm Is oo the ground
fli'or — tbat I'llnilii.ii.'H lilin. Tk.
old li.iiy tn the from room >— aim's
too fnr eff to be daiijoroua.
"Tbat leavu no one but lite girl I.
face — aud If she hours mo, why then
— I cm got away In Hum, at toy rata
This thing saesil uie — safer Uwo
many others it's worth trying, and
I'll try It  Hare goes."
There wu an open .pane of eighteen feet between the anrubbery and
Ihe house. The mm, who up to this
time might bava bun a shadow or .
Ir.., now disappeared Irom view be-
ivisth the bu.hu.
4s Instant liter ho .purged Irom
th* protection ol Ihe laavea. By means
ol some clover burglar's trick, It
wriggled, ball prostrat, acrou thl
opr.n .paoo — be waa a pasting
shadow, s bit darker thu the etheri.
nothing elu.
Once urou be become s portion ol
tlie houH — be l««aae again upseep.
This sun did nothing at random -
he did not r4w)wp beyond host. Hi
bad mad. hlnu.ll oarefutly acqu.lnt-
ul with tlia detail, of Ihe Job before
Mm.  He wu sa eipert In hll line,
Night after plght ha Md larked la
the vicinity of thia house, alert and
wide awake to everything tbat wont
op. Us know now sll about the outside and all about Ike Inside of tbs
botwe; Iw upderttood tha bablU ol
tbr oocupenla.
He bad determined the euwt looa-
lion Ol hll booty,'  II surprised, IM
koew just thick war to yap. He «u
prepared lot aH esMrgepolW.
Outside a poltumm .wung along
wilb «WvV gait He .topped and peered
a woman! W- th. abrubbary and
thoa passed ou.
The aaa alongside IM Mm
btinlMi i ilgb of r.llof. Suddenly ha
shook with uncoutrollabi. bat tfmt
laugh-r.
"I ptnupwi," be remarked eofliy
to blmaell, "mt Burlw pad hi. gang
Ibroggb-"
The* ha atartad la to moth. Ip fin
Klns-i ha bad lotttd a cellar win-
(OwttneM m phi mm)
THE MAN W
rtwelvM tbi NIM glad welcome hero
ill Ihe man who oomM to buy, our
prHuiry objtot nt thii time being to
acquaint tho men of North Vancouver
with tho RtifwtofM in quality, wrvlce
and price, to bo OWlluilvely obtained
at thii atore.
Wo don't expect to aall you goods
before you know ua, our geodi -nd
wW buaineaa methodg, ao wt invite
you to callj "Snoop around" a bit
and fit acqainted.
GUMMING
QUAUTY. CLOTHIER     113 LONSDALE AVE.
GOOD BUYING
..
Half Acres in Eaut Half 737, The
few remaining for sale at $500 and $550.
Terms I -4 cash, 6,12 and 18 monthi,
Ayply to
GEORGE A. KENDALL
522 Pender Street*'
VANCOUVER, B.C.
NORTH VANCOUVUR CITY.UURRJKH, MMITKD
TIME TABLE
TAKING  lil'FECT  MAY FIRST,  1911
Usv. Vapniuvcr 6.'ill a.m. ami
thareallsr evsry SO ininulits until
7.00 p.m. Oomnuncisg 1-W p.m.
svsry 30 minutee until 11.30 p.m.
thereafter 19.16 end 1.00 o.in.
WKKK DAYS
U'»ve North Voncuuver fl.00 a.m.
and ihiii'iilliT every tW minutes until 7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.30 p.
m. svory DO minutus until 11.00 p.
in. thereullcr 11.16 uml 1116 e.in.
HDNIIAVH
l«ive 'Vencouver  7.10,  8.30 ami
9.0D tberealtcr stma *s weekdays.
I,iav,' N.H'lh Vancouvsr 7.110, 8.00
awl 8.10, lluri'ulli'r tarns as we*-
Atya.
I'AHSHNCKIl IIATKH
Single (ere 6c, t lor 'lot, 30 lor fl, 70 lor fi.
VHHICIjIO BATKB
A—Ijiioilier iregow, trueke ewl
drays, 76o return.
II—3 horse eipnee eartiapea and
hack., 60c return.
C-l horse espress buttg-* .no1
aiilm, 'i6c return.
Time-tiM. suhicct to chanii. witlmul notice.
(j'limpeny not liehl. lor rleluye, eccidsntal or otlisrwiss
All the abovs riitos include drlv-
er. Itates A .nd II milijecl lo 30
por Mil. discount ip lots ol 60.
I'lll.ltlHT TAKII'l'
Vn 100 Ihs. rate, 6c.
Minimum rate, 10c.
^|j If you want your Doors
V  and Window! in a hurry
call, phone or write .
1
DICKINSON & SON
1     i, 11  i. ■■ ——i.—■—■-
ESPUNADE EAST
Phone 222      P.O.Box 1719
Campbell5 Realty & Investment Co.
FOB SAl,C~6-ropn) house on Chos-
tirfW Ave. Now, .11 modern, price
Jf/SOO. Kaiy term.
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WM PSTATE, W)AM», WWCance.
mom I* "I v. 0. box fL TAB EXPRESS, mmU VANUUUVgR, B,.C
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THE
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Home Furnishers
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128 LONSDALE AVENUE
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We have hut received the largest shipment
qf metal Bedsteads we have assembled in
seasons, this ought to be intensely interesting
news to hosts of people in view of the fact
that iron and brass beds are replacing wooden
ones so fast. As a still further emphasis on
the advisability of an early inspection we
name these prices:
HA-Sn wens
si/K.s :i, :i{      Mn yr
Viry Neat Iron Bedstead,    (,,„t n.„,..
Good Strong Bedstead, all sizes    -  (3.95
Special, a leader „      *  (4,95
And prices range from these up to $40 to (50
t
,
ALL WOOL
.
Mattress
IN ALL SIZES
'>
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Don't forget we can supply youVith
CROCKERY
Dinner Sets
Tea Sets
•
Toilet Sets
Glassware
,
\
i I
We can specially cater to your wants in
Linoleum and
Window Shades
We have an expert man at this work and
can guarantee ALL OUR WORK
	
In
Special Showing of
DINING
SETS
in leather or wood seats
Golden or Early
English Finish.
Pillows and Blankets
i i
SEE THESE
mm
Bedroom Dressers
In Golden Finish wilh beveled Plate
Minor 14*24 on Safe, Caah Prika  apt r
Another Dresser
In Surfaced Quartered Oak with hev,  WW WW
Plate Mirror 14x24, Caah Price  »  «P «»» »
Mahogany Finished Dreiser .
Urge and beautiful Fine large Mirror <_OQ AA
QUICK SALE .   -■ • . fiftO.UU
Don't hesitate if- you want a genuine ban
Royal Oak and Mahogany I'inisli. Caih Pricei ire
Ladies Dressing Tables
n't hesitate if you want a ge
yal Oak and Mahogany Finiil
$10.00, $14.50 and $15.00
Large Dresser
With three large Drawers. Extra   dJOO CA
line British bev. Mirror, Catb Priw *?6mQ\J
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Carpet Squares & Rugs
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We are enlarging our
CARPET DEPARTMENT
•
and will offer Special Values during
August, as we must have more room,
We are expecting the biggest Shipment
of Squares and Rugs direct from England
that ever reached this North Shore.
THE LATEST IN
BUNGALOW NETS
AND MADDRASS
MUSLINS
PORTIERS AND
LACE CURTAINS
Did you hear it? "Necessity invented stools,
convenience next suggested elbow chairs" but
if you want to see the very latest things in
the way of convenience you ought to come
and let us show you wnat we have in the
in
W °f Davenport Beds, Leather
Couches, Large Easy Chairs
and several other pieces that a progressive
age has invented for use and ornament.
COUCHES
You would wonder how we Could sell
them for so small a price. &>A C A
Cash price ...  *  -  -    f*OU
i
BUFFETS AND SIDEBOARDS
in early English Golden Fumed Oak
! the latest Mission and Colonial Designs.
is what you always ^et at this Furniture store.
Ucaulily your bunts. I'liniurc, copi-
Imi .lid •nliiliii'liun rum,, li.nit .11 nl
Iraclivs iuUrior.
Hi'inily in luruituro 1I1KH not mws
mirily ini|ily 111.' iiiuhI Ouslly mnl.11
■Ij, but rather pnnd jiitfyuniil in 10
IhjUqu.
Tliiii' is a vorilnliln linrvi'sl ,,l )....,..■
I     (uioiiiliiiigs hero mul win nro ns w. I
cum. la visit us n. we am |„>awl ly
milis >i.u.
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We have a large line of ROCKERS and
chairs of all kinds:
Veranda Chain
Hammock Chairs
Camp Chairs
Canvas Cots
Woven Wire Cots and Camper's. Outfits
"■ ' 1    .'  »'.   .. ' I B'
Mail Orders receive prompt attention
MMM
Will   '""      I        .     .
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THE HOME FURNISHERS, 128 Lomdale Ave. .
T«» EXPRESS
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n%. .._!■ !• itevnDd to tb. nlflroste o ia norm Biinni oi nurrer
____5^?i2^£ w^w^i* m»Vm ol osceiition.l v.i
SSBS&'i tl o,ouT.nr«rT««?. IM'the pomilstio.i ol Worth V.n
SSI»rwJBXTOw Xl.rMN.rs th. most satis
m
0 c
jrlbsn	
lowing Ihu.,
Dmmbm, Wl! M* 9\mm\ Plr
triot; W. Bcwtf, Phlpps ol WW!. Boi*!
0h.», k, U'Coptoy nl JUII*. Prairie-
imjnimiilt Klectriral District; John A.
Itliliia Frotioh ol Snolte,'
r~h—-r -—SKTVtwt
torn v.ii.7 notes
p, o, esrmy. m wlta, p pAthtp
in tlio .i'i of railing p log whim Him
log slipped on th. p.vi. tft weight of
th. log miming busk on Mr. (Jnrmyn's
shouhler, spraining his nock .ml bsck.
Th. s|il»w»lk gang have b«m tem-
pnrorily illaliiiinlnil on .I'ciiiiitt of »
nhtirUgo 111 lumltor, AlV.r»l str..t.<
throughout Hi. Valley ar. r»ady for
tlm Lying of th. plwlu'lmt I'.iimit
b. Ititialmd oil that .I'l'iiltnt.
North Vancouvsr,   9, C,
OOMPLBTION OF THB BBWBSAOB
innM
Now thtt construction work on
lb. various sewer works which have
been under way I. tlio eity during tbe
put few months is completed, It Is
io order to observe that both tbo contractors .nd tbs eity council aro to
be congratulated upon th. eatisfactory
manner in which tb. Work WM conducted throughout. Tb. work, were
of in extensive nature including
seven miles of main sanitary sewers
two snd ono half rutin of storm sewers .nd sight miles of branch sewers,
which entailed tbe moving of ovor
HK),IIO(l cubic yards of earth tnd involved .n expenditure of approximately *3OO,O0O, It is gratifying to not.
tbst th. relationships, obtaining between tbe contractors .nd th. city
ware not subjected to any strain of
a serious nature during^tlio progress
of tbe work. Tbis mty b. altribut
ad In a largo degree t. tlte positive
stand taken by tbs city engineer at
tbe outset and maintained consistently throughout th. period of construction .nd in which he waa staunchly
supported by ths eity council to tb.
effect that tb. plans and specific,
tio.s must be adhered to strictly in
, all particulars. Tbe willingness man
ifastsd at .11 times by tbs contractors
to co-operate in this regard greatly
contributed to tb. harmony of th.
proceedings snd tbe result is Hint
tbs work bat been completed in te-
conla.es wltb tb. tsrms under wbicb
the contracts wor. awarded ami the
city bu every aasurtnes' tbat .scaliest value bu been procured for the
money  espend.d
It is a rs.'ter for congratulation
uppn tbo part of all concerned that
|b. entire work bu been carried to
completion without . siugie mishap .1
any nature It is quits customary
when works of this nature and mag
iiitudu tro undertaken to find thst
their progress bitjpt^eAJny^ajJ^I
on^sriout nature or .v.n by casual
lies to tb. workman. I. tb. preae.t
instance not only wu th. work of an
extensive character U noted above,
but tbe natur. of tb. material lo bs
moved presented .11 tbo's. features
such W Muting of rock, excavation
of quick sand, treacherous surface
' conditions, .te,, wbicb .r. likely   to
AuqiiBT a5 1911
develop .ccidants. Tbe watchfulness
eicrcissd, bowever, wu ao incessant
.nd tha prsc.utioni adopted, Irreepec
liv. of cost, wars so effective tbat
avtry peril wu overcome .nd although at timss thsr. were upw.rds
of two Rousted wen employed .nd
tk. excavations were deep, even U
^^_ such    oxcavation, usually   no,   Ihe
whole contract wu carried out without
on. accident of a serieu nature aud
witb only on. or two of any sort
whatever. Tbi. record is of so sous
■i-l . u.tur. tbit tb. contractors ar.
dsurvlng special commendation for
Ike .way In Which tb.y held their
workmen safe at all timss.
It only remains te complete mm.
minor nutters of construction and ht
tb. property owners to coons t up
tbeir residences with th. newly inula!
ltd system iu order to give Forth
Vancouver th. advantage of a sewer
.rag. system of ths very bwt slats
and Which ne»di only to be .steaded
u rapidly US possible until tbe entire
.re. within lite city is racked.
St th* pending fed.r.l elections, Introduce a new figure Into the poll
lies! arena in tb. west, inasmuch ss
this is tho first iiisluncu in which Mr
Stevens has appeared before the poo
pie u tb. exponent of tbo platform
of . polities! party. Mr, Htovons ir
one of th. many capable sons which
the Old Country has,given the colon
las. Ovor twenty years .go he cantc
from England to British Uoltiiiiliii.
and for much tbo groater portion of
tbst period lm bus been a resident ol
tb. city of Vancouver Py virtue of
marked innate ability, unfailingsted
fastness of purpose and untiring per
severance, Mr. ptev.na haa made ti
prouounced success of tlineo coinmcr
cisi undertakings with which he Inn
been identified from time to time
and he is st present a typical roprc
sentativ. of thoso alert and enter
prising financiers and mou of affairs
of tho city who in the primo of 111 ■-
find themselves firmly established oil
the highway of success. Naturally
Oggretsivs. Mr, Btsvens lias always
lieen au influential and prominent fig
ure iu Ihe circles in wbivh bo hu moved
and being likewiso of a progressiva
temperament, Ibo circumference o'
hia activities has licon steadily onlarg
ing with tbe result Hint he has grad
ually attained a position in which his
personality commanded mil.il le Ur,
milieu.','    before  .Ilie   gen,Till     public
This bu boon noticeably line of
late witb respect In tbe outstanding
position wbicb he has occupied as .1
ilernian for th. city of Vancouver ii.
relation to important clvie avonte
wbiili h.v. recently transpired.
There are few names more familiar
to the Vaiicuuver cily slsctoralo lo
day than that of Alderman II II.
Htovons and it is safe to say thai
thsr. is null., which enjoys the /in
bounded confidence and the deopesl
respect of a larger or more infliicn
tial portion of lhat clccloratc.     I
liy ths unanimous voice of bis co..
frercs Ur. Htcvoui now sic|,. oul ie
to a yet  wider political horiuip   u
the  candidate   of   Ihe   1,'onservativo
party   for   the   Dominion   House    of
i'omnium, for the city of  Vancouver.
In him  the electors have placed  lie
fora   Ihem   a   candidate  who is   in
overy sense worthy nf their cuppert.
Tbs progreu  of tha  campaign   will
show tbat Mr. Htevcns is an excellent
platform speaker, a man of deep con
vlclions,    able    to    lake   a   strong
grasp  of tbe groat public issues wilii
with which he hu." lo deal, thoroughly
sincere in bis .llegia.ee to what   be
believes to be right conclusions u to
those   issues,     straightforward    and
.unly iu bs a.lioMiy of his opiti
ions
Naturally, democrats in his syiipa
tbies Mr Steven, will be fount) a
staunch and outepokon exponent of
tb. right, .od tb. interest, of the
people u Stub ami ardent likewise
In his loyally to tb. mother country
.od te British institutions, he wil|
bs heard in ringing touts .nd I. u»-
miatakeable terms while dealing with
questions which .fact Canada in lit
imperial  relationships
At the .try Inception of bis candidacy Mr Btevens enjoys the undivided and cordial co operation of tlte
entire militant forces of Conserv.
tlsr. , throughout Vsncouver ruling,
while bis personal quel"'1'* - ""A
is lilt general i)na|in»atlou. »r» such
..... "__.,. ...jail.. _(. ,.„„, _,,k
Tho N. V. Prepnristpry school mul
kin.l.Fg|,rten will wopon in Ss. John's
parish hall, eor. 8th and IBtli sttMte,
on Wednesday 8«pt. 8tb, .Boys uml
girls age. i to I?. Miss flrndwill,
North Vanoouvsr. l-w
Keith Road Lot
A Bargain for Quick Sale
Beautifully located 50 It. Lot in
City Limits on Keith Road. To
sell qujckly, will accept $1200,
one-third cash, and balance on
terms.
Alexander Philip
Financial   Agent   and   Insurance
Broker
Cluli Block Phone io
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
LIMITED
Winn I: Cor. St. Gsorgs's .nd Es-
plumule   Office : fill  l.niimlnli' Avenue.
Wharl Hiono 178.     Office Fbins 198.
ClIAl, HKIil'HANTH
Dealers in nil kind, nl Building Material, Kami, flravel, Cement, lima
llrick (common .nd pressed), Fire
Bricks, Firs Clay, 1'lasior, Fibre, Waaler ol Paris, Liitlt, Shingles, Drain
Pip., Til*.
Domestic .nd Blacksmith Coal.
Prompt delivery a specialty.
All new houses should bt piped fur gas in order to .av. the
heavy expenditure for tbit convenience at a later data,
v'.V. IIGHI,WiftV
POWRP CO. UMITED.
New Harness Shop
A BRANCH OF THE VANCOUVER
HARNESS to, HAS BEEN OPENED
IN Till' I'ltEWSES OF THE C. M.
k N. COM. AND SIHTI.Y CO., COB.
ESI'UNAIIE ANI) ST. 'iEOR/JE'S
AVE. A I'i I.l, STOCK OF FI1W
CLASS HARNESS ANI) HOUSE FITTINGS Hill, BE CABUIED. A
SPECIALTY WILL HE MADE OF
REPAIR Wtilih. chicks WILL BE
THE SANK AS THOSE IN VANCOU
VEU.
Vancouver Harness Co.
PHONE %9
Aa Idol Homesite on Keith Road
nmi'. Hi .■riljH.^ig^^SBa^LlliLMUliWlJIiliil'iirl
Corner of Ridg«w»y Averoia, gwW jd
lenced, prim only |3000i m\i $1000,
balance to arrange.
.1".-
FOR RENT
ELDER MURRAY CO., Ll
North VnnwHivar, B, C,
J-
Johnston & Salsbury
THE HARDWARE MEN
Have had to postpone
moving as advertised
and wil! not occupy their
NEW STORE until
AUGUST 2Ut
Most modern filing Mot
pn the murlse,,
Asalerewplacleforlbow
valuable paper* and jewels
NORTH SHORE
LOCATORS, LTD.
32 Lomdale Avenue
Telephone 123
H. D. RUGGLE3
BAP1STEB
NOTARY PUBLIO
133 6th Strost Kiwi Nqrlli Vfiinwwrsr
Phone 978.
Vi
<.
HENRY B, WAT30N
AWIIHTECT
lliii,mn 10 mul 11, I'ondiir t'hiiiiil.i-ii.
hll Pender Struct W.    Pluiii. iiir.l
mul Lonsiliilo Avo., Nurlli Vinjoniiv.'r-
lli'iiiilrin',', cur.  I mi-iliilii   Av.'.   .ml
'.iTiinl slreei, Nurth Viineouver.    ... I
FRED G. TURNER
NOTABY PUBLIC
I ..iiiiii,    IllVl'StinoillS     uml     In ilimiri'-
K u '21)7, -;i'l:! 'ii'iiltvillii St., Viuiri.ii
v.r, I). C. Plume bwft.   Land llajls
try work u H|iccin|ty.
SPECIAL
•»——————————■————-
Wo have g few Inls (or s.le close to Lonsdale Avenue
Carline in Ihe City. I'i ins $450 to $500 on'very
easy terms. We lielieve these lo he the cheapest lots
left iu the vicinity of Lonsdale Ave. Call in and we
will show you over ihem.
THE NORTH VANCOUVER TRUST
CO., LTD.
If.nl   KhIuIii .nd   Pinunci.l Agente.
Agreemenlt ol Sal. discounted.
219 Lonsdale Avenue Telephone 44
NYE STREET
50 leet close to School, open road and water to property.   Price $3)0.00 op lerms ol one-third cash. 6.
Wlir'.V.'
JAMES STREET
33 It. Lot half blpck (rom Lonsdale Avenue, 11, lacing
South. Price $550.00 on terms ol one-quarter cash,
bal. 6,12 and 18 months.
n. e. Huiitii it
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork
All Work liiiiiiiinici'd
Corner Fifteenth St. and Mahon Ave.
N.V.W00DYARD'
iii.iii'n curds ol iliy lir wouil for .|.ii.-l.
sale.   Plica hit mid curdn tl.tll.
Specinl quotation* Tor larger i|Uun-
tlliee.
Cut Wood-16 ini'liiil n.iill, li iiijclic
„,2t,
C. O. I).
Office end Yard: r
SECOND and ST. PATRICK
l'li.inc   lltu
C. C. L4WS0N & CO.
15 LONSDALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVER
Phone 70-P. 0. Box 1816
PALACE HOTEL
Katss:   fi.oo   pet   and   MP-   Special rales to families
and   I* regular   hoarders	
«•  ^w ■,""""   i—rr?' ,
Ibst lie will sUSdlljr, win lavor witk
tbs «|»tUratf at Urge.
fW OQHWSYATIVB OAMDI
DAT1
flM nimtiit, by tin ftwisitiuK
t..V|Hities, »l Mr, II. H. Bteven* as
lit. standard u»r« »t iM Comm
WWW   ]Wr¥J    wWf   wmmj    TUP^sfy^   flwlmwli
J9 bS (UnWImiomi lot nnH   tf
ficWrils Is l|M nprems court, lor lb.
ynrpme ot totiptj undtt the "fiom-
ttffnntimn itt*"   ia   #*   nWdOtal
dnuiMi in mbm tiny mm-    mm
mMmmmmn mil »>|4» on ibe H*
rinest *©of marten on Pielfle Co#»t
RCDA & ANDRUSS
MOPIIIPTOM
Sicono taw.   •   •  •  »  N°RT" VANCOUVER. B. C,
tfV?Slrlft*
DAT r.f\n
l|,'    u\Ki
NORTH LONSDALE
1
100x132 ina splendid location,
facing south, $ 1000, One third
cash,   East of Lonsdale Ave.
JACK LOUTET & CO.
9llbMikMYa.Tep.47
Cor, Nr« St. Tel. 87
  J
from our. stock oT new Wall
so il w'liiiin.   lOvory duy eoms :.
design   arrives lo fill   I lie vuciin
ol those climod out.
Handsome Wall Papers
ars hero in cltillce, variety, .Ins
tell qnr salesman lur whiit room
you want tlio paper and ho will
show you jii.il Ihs \>ullftn you n*
looking lor..
To  phooie Irom our eluck is aplr.
surs, io p.y our price Is cn«y.        - _
W. H, ST0NEY & CO*
117 Unsdsle Avenue I'huse W
N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT    ^'
Telephone 276
ih
■  *'
127 LONSDALE AVE.
NWTH VANfOUVER ■M*
The "Monarch Malleable'' Range
1 ~ ™ z -—
They Iftitu Ufp Time
For economy, iiuralii|jty
jflrj epae ol operation.
No sto ye excels the
" Monarch"
Prk*i No, 226, $67.00
um, i7i.oo
VVc olio party older
makes ineliegpor stoves,,
Builders' Hardware,
"Bapco" Pure Paintg,
»lo,
Patterson, Goldie
& Clark
104 Esplanade West
I'lione KK
m
ESPLANADE
50 Feel    ■     -     .
SECOND STREET
.     25 Feel, Blk. 158 -      -
THIRD STREET
25 Feet, Blk. 138      -
FOURTH STREET
50 Feet, Blk. 129  -     -
,
$7000
: \* $2800
$3200
- $2400
John Alexander & Co.
Ill LONSDALE AVE., NOBTH VANCOUVER
HOT?
YES!
Have your Fire Insurance looked into these hot days.
Delays are dangerous.
ROYAL INSURANCE CO., LTD.
The largest and wealthiest Fire Insurance Company
in (he world. Phone Our Agents:
Elder Murray Co,, Ltd. ,7 "E.AS
AVE.
Building Pimin
Up. mt, p. mm',M m, VWV
aas, sui). 54ii, an" pfiinu.
Nn. iK', Lmiiiiiril .1. Qrujiiii'y, Sill
llimior slioitt, Vn.iiitiimr, |„i. i:t, l.lo.-U
lllll, mh. fi'14, n futir nuiiail unttopf.)
cost lllilll.
Ho. Wi Uptiry il.nn.ily, btonlf Wi
suli. fi IH,   1.qiisi|uI.   Ay.., 1 tarit %
|imii'ltiii|( |nir|in»nH.
No. 1118, I). I). Mclfiimo.11, lot 7, II
Hi, still. Ti III, Idtlt strs.1, r.»ii|.lic. tn
mill. *J,aiin.
8*. at —i-    ■ 1.. I	
UL4JU. —IS?-
A|ijillc'8tiQi|B will lis rocoivctl hy flio
tltlll.rslgil.ll up till noun on tlio Willi
iluy uf AitgiiNt, fur 1 lir position pi
rui'li crtmliiug f.rutn.ii for tltu city uf
Nurlli V11111 utivcr. A|i|>|ji'tiiit to sliilu
iik|ii!iiuinii .nil I'niiii.'ili ii'l'i'ri'iii'i'ii.
Wtigim fl por ilny.
QEOBOB B. HANE8,
Oity JSngiiioor.   '
.\ j,j■ Ii.: 111.111 • w|ll ho ri'1'i'iv...l liy
tlio n 11.1.1.1 j■ n.-. 1 up til) 11111111 on tin1
Willi ilny uf August, fur tlio positio. of
I'initiiiour fur lliu Bloom Hum! Holler in
llm l.'ily nf Nurlli Vnt|i.'Oiivor. Appli-
nm tu iiiiii' nx|iorioni'0 .ml tiirnisli
rel'uro)n.'0*.   Wugos fl |ior ilny.
UKOHdK H.  1IANES,
Oity Engiiioor.
TAKES
TAKE NOTICE  Unit   Iho data lur
i\\|,iiy ill i.'li.'ili. nu laics Iiiih 1 noil ox-
U'lnlcii to tiGI'Tl'.MIIUU llllh, 1911.
Ail |iorsons who |)uy Iho minimi tuxori
li'vieil nn Iniiil'i on nr licforo Sopteoi-
Iiit llllh ni'vi will ho I'lititliil luu ilis
i'iiiiiiI nl iini'nixili of the gi'iisral
rate.
THOMAS SIIEI'IIEUI),
Oily (Torli;
Np. 3|», Jinn, McPPIglll Jpnltlns
»oo„ lot 8, hiQPk in, soil, m, 9m
cent «lwl, A WMftMllfli). to 'fi
*t,lll|ll.
No.  m,  X; A;  tlfillPI,  W  M»l|>
Ay.., iiini'i. m milt. ?[«, winii-
No. iiii, i % iiinHimin, |pt i% hin.ii
§87, Mil,. iHii-0,87th street, . u>ollin,;
to cpst $1,8118.
qHyRCH^NOTICES
NORTH VANCQliyp^
Baptist  Phjirch - Filth   nmf'
St.
Hwrgp. MiPwiMl '•;-. iiii)»
p.m. Sunday School ami Htlilo (Ham
at 19.1ft p.m. I'ruynr uml pru|si service Wodtissrlay pt 8 p.m. l'.stor, Hav.
I. A. I'rosnor, Uml stni'it cunt.
Mctliiiili«t I'hurcli, corner nr Sixth
street ind St. Uoorgt's Avsnuo-
Sunilny preaching nervicoe tt 11.00 .,'
ra. md 7.80 p.m., Snuiliy School.»»
Hililo I'ltiHH ut 3.81) p.m., Senior League on Unnilny pveiiiDg at 6.00 p.m.,
prayer uml praiso sorvjee on Wednesday evening ut 8.00, Junior Uugue
uurvico pn Tlmi'mluy alturuouD it 3.SI1.
A <:milinl welcome is cxicnilwl In ill
to attend these sorvico.. P.ilor, V.
O, Schlichler, residence, corner Keith
lined and St, Andrew'i.
St. Julin tho EvunKoliel. 8th ami
13th streets: llnly communion, 8 a.m.
morning praysr. II a.m.; evening prayer, 7.80 p.m. On tlio iimt Sundav i„
the month thoi. will he a second pe-
lehrst|on ol tho holy cpmmunioB .'
11 a.in.   flsctpr, Hey. flui* floopw.
SI. Andrnw's I'rcsbytcrian Oliuroli,
lilli street. Scrvjcpii: Horning wumliip
11 a.m., ovi'ii:nt' wnrship 7.30 p.m.,
Sunday Sphuiil 'J..'10 p.m., Minister's
Bible C|os» 3.30 p.m.. tP.S.C.U. Tups-
ilny svening 8 o'clnoK, prnjcr nnvtin,
Waiiiesdny nvuuing 8 o'clock. "Qpq
liuctrs you; you nual God." |tcv. Bon-
aid lltiuLcod, minister.
St. Agbci L'hurtli, Houlev|rd-Vic.r,
Hev. T. E. Itqwo.. 7.30 p.m. evensong
ovory Sunday; \i a.m. Holy Oommiin-
inti. Snd Sunday nl every munlb.
St. Edjjiupd's Ciithulic Church, Mn-
lion Avoniio: Spmlnys—Hubs U.00 a.
in., Sunday School 2.30 p.m., Ilosnry
lii'iii-Jicl imi anil Snrninn 7.30 p.m.
Indian Catholic 'Church ol Bt.
Paul's. Hnss, 7.30 a.m. Sumluys. Pastor, lluv. E. 1'iTliivin, II.M.I.
'lit.   Snivntlnn  Army-S. A.  Hall,
Liuisdoit)  4yr_iuit  RHfidty -11 *;
in., holiness meeting; 3 p.m.,
children's iiicliii;; 7.45 p.m.,
snlvutinn mod inn; Titisilny, 8 p.m.,
holiness meeting; Wednesday, i p.in-,
children's meeting; Thursday, 8 p.m.,
salvation meeting. Captain Dnugl.
will visit any who are lick or ip distress at any time.
NOBTH MNSDALE
North Lonsd.l. frcsbylcri.n Churoh
—Worship, Sundays, 7.30 p.m., Sunday School, 3.30 p.m. II. Van Mum-
ster, M.A., pastor.
St. Thomas, North Lonsilolo-Vicar,
lluv. T. E. lluv..'. 8 a.m., overy Sunday except 1st Sunduy in monlh; 8.30
a.m., 1st Sunday in month; 11 l.m.
Matin Litany nnd sermon, 2nd and Illi
Sunday;   II  a.m.,   Holy Communion
».c Sale
In order to wake a complete clean-lip of all tuifiiner lines
and thm make room for (he new HI pr<Jer» ohoiy
invliN, we will «e|| fnr hilf pricp ihu nndermeniioned
ii4ni.
$5,00 Mie»' Wush Mh white and colors, sale (2.5(1
$7.50 bdie«' Waih SuiU, white and culqrs, sale H,fl
m*%,*i$%9my,\l   "
Boy's and Girl's Summer mH,. ffguk pri« 25c (q
$100; »le HALF PRICK
Ladies' Lawn W«M», "lightly soiled; a larae yariely pf
pattern.;      HALF PRICE
Ladies' and Girl'i PanHi, ranging from 25c in GirlVand
$100 in Udie.'   sale    HALF PRICE
,Boy'$W<»b foils, saje THIRP OFF
Gent's Straw Hats  HAM7 PWCJ
Gent's Summer Vests,. HALF PRICE
J. J. McALEECl
91-95 LONSDALE AVENUE      PHONE S3
1
———
and sermon, 1st and 3rd Siuiduys.
LYNN VALLEY
Lynn Valley PrcshyltriM Church -
Worship, Sundays, 11 sin., Illliuii
Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. II. Van
Minister, H.A., pastor.
Lynn Volloy Methodist Church-Ser
vice every Sunday evening in tbs nnt
church at 7 u'clncji.
St. Clcmenl's, Lynn Volloy-Vicr,
Rev. T. V.. Iliiwn. Assistant 1'rie.t,
If,'. IL n. ih. In,,,, n.A. 7.30 p.m.,
evensong, ovory Sunday; II a.m.
holy communion, Isl Sunday olsvwy
month.
FREE!     FREE!
FOR ONE DAY ONLY-SATURDAY
'!'>
*
These Dolls will be given away with every purchase of a Suit of Peabody's Overalls
in
AN ARMY OF PEABODVS
HAS   INVADED   OUR STORE
TO IE GIVEN AWAY FREE
St ONE ONI* TO A FAMUY WHILE THEY LAST
m$PECIAl /XW^SATURDAY
WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF A SUIT Of
"..■HTj.."-^.'
sm.;» ""*•.
nrf.'fln.     ..
GUARANTEED OVERALLS
ewe wm Give cmj/S as above oniof wise
HISF0R m imfms
Thc«o Wh u/o oirktb, JndoiLrucllWc, nnd will luit for yur.i with Ibt
'.  llicjrMII pUikI alone 1/ Hie /oct nm i/tptmly in;u)c,
rfanu«
taWm
.     n kidi unl nmi t'Mbudy i
Uurir tn*7tw MtHoiAtinikM h tii* wail
, break one or hurt itwlf In liantllim; It,  Tlie flneft Und
you* coiUnn up rurfat am) imrli tlinn in iilay with ivul.-ly's
J'raUjdy'i Overalls wlun at mm Un y undiTUko
il
Come Early before they are all gone!
—————___—__.■————•mnwnmw
SQUARE DEAL
CLOTHIER
«—««—•mnwmnmmemm——•«———,——
Wear lib a Pigs Note
Black, Blue or
Striped
1 ' i
Only
$1.25
per
PEABODYS'
high cnAOi.GUAf>»NUiD Ovthmls list not Only C0od ros
„   TtNCtNIS » BUTTON »M0?5Cr.lT5 *RiP   Oul l.ll Ml III",.,.!   .
Itsstwu soikkt turn irom win ot»i»a mtti ir tmit do sot tm I
Tumor s>TisrutiON.w,tNnmanr OAvsmonoMt orci/nciASt I
'OIIHIOIIISI SHOWN If
I TflEY WIU.STAHDIT-BECAU5C ttllY ARE _____»I
NOBODY PUYS OVERAILS TO PLAY TRICES WITH
| THEM SUCH AS IS SHOWN IN THE PICTURE ABOVE,
INWHICH FOUR HEN EXERTED ALL THEIR STRENGTH
I IN THE EFFORT TO RIP A PAIR OF PEABODYS'OVERALLS.
BUT IF THtY Will STAMP THlHHEY WONT RIP
' UNDER' THE HARDEST KIND Of U6ITIMATE WEAR.
W£ ARE THE AGENTS OF
PEABODYS'
GUAftWTEEP eVEgAUS..
M
'S
113-115 LONSDALE AVE., NORTH VANCOUVER
UP-TO-DATE
FURNISHER
/I
I
I
I
I ,,.,..) ft wi ■Mi witk vtty
j •$» thair Vm wf«k'»trip'
of.l^M anil*,   ftrtb s*
™,„l wW» a large airing al hwntiM
J        ti Mi) Imt Tlwrsiiay night
, in IM ftmftoiin eMu* wss a ■»«■
A goo4 mu.io.1 program was
^^T^i *1*» gfl«} thinga to «t,
 ym MA a plaaasnt Mm.,
Mr, and 9n, Bory \m\op oj Mats
| n»i Prtirfe paid a vi.it te Mr. aad
Mrs, Mrt, (How. last S.turd.y,
OoMNIlor sad Mrs. Allan gave a
KrtMay party for their vm Edward
.a rsaturday aldernoon last,    About
90 oWWr-i enjoyed thf-wlvm sitting
"down,te a haaittilul r.pa.t, altsrw.rd
"Ploying game, and musio til) about
tm o'oloek. ' The young man ol tho
house  rewind a number ol presents
• from dis companions,
Mr. and Mr». Fox and lamily, who
have, been .pending tbe past lew weeks
Fwitb tMr rsiaUm Mr, and Mm, 0,
W. Hugdon, ar. leaving today to o.-
cilpy tlmir new reeidonce in Kltsil.no.
Mr, Ponmroy intends building on
his property an Ross road.
Th. Quarterly Board ol tho Methodist olmrch had a good turnout, ai
their regular muting on Friday night
Quite a lot of business W.s transact-
ed. Relre.bm.nt. war. served at tb.
nlose ol the mooting,
The many Iriends ol Mr*. Robert
Miller will be sorry to hoar thai dis
i. ill in England and will join In tbt
bop. lhat she will soon lie abls to return.
Mr*. Steacy and children ol I*th-
brUge, Alta., ara on a visit to Mrs.
BtMtry'a brother, Mr. II. Vol, and at
present are staying witb Mr. Sugdon.
Sou road is now opened thwragh to
Promina road, making a short cut lor
lieuplu living that wny.
Mr. and Mrs.'Burnell ol Vsnaouvsr,
were Hie gtieets ol Mr, and Mr.. Fred
Hunter this week.
ml, and Mrs', tlunwB ar* 'now is*1
IM ia tbeir boiw, the house iaWy
oeoupW by Mr, and Mrs, Gqnld.
Mr.' and Mrs. C)|a«, 8ay*ar,:RrQ,|iM
load,'i»r* spending a wank or two at
Alberni, Vanoouver Island,
Mr, i, P, (irawlord has retum.il
from bis trip to Atlantis City.
Tha tan m th. North Shore war.
nut of eonmjssioii Tuwday night for
thr.. or four hours. Mauy poapl.
walks') bat some waited till tho dam-
nid wis rights* and wd. bom. but
had l»t« »aj>pw,
Mr. awl Mrs. Rolit. llrowu liave
Kill. t. visit their il.ughter, Mrs.
McCarthy,  Port  Mann.
Mr- |l. Douglas Had tb. misfortune
to I... fourteen of bl. young st.ek
of purs bred leghorns last Sunday
daring th. rain storm thsy got ovar
erowiioii and sm.th.rad.
Maura. Tbotapeon, Bartlett aad
Dangles journeyed .hove the Hay,
numr laat Friday but tha rain .1 Saturday and Sunday spoilt their e.teii
to a groat .stint. Tbay report tar..
other partlts who were c.uglit ia tba
rata and all bands w.r. mar. or Ion
wot througli, blankets ami all
Messrs, flooil.ll and Pratt bad goad
catches from tb. l.ynn last Saturday
and Hunilsy. Th.y w.nt up »s far
as the new found I.k. discov.rsd h,'
th. city engineer.
The l.te rain hu been', friend to
those clearing land Urge Ares were
noticed all ov.r th. Valley but
Monday. Two very large piles at tb.
top of Hoskins roed could b. soon
from sll sections.
The council is opening a road from
Centre into Mr. J. II. Campbell's property. Mr. Brown hu the work in
band.
The circus parade on Monday wu
the tlatre of .traction far the young
folks Of tb. Valley
Miss Kthsl Forslin, Ungley, is visiting friends in Lynn Valley for a f.w
weeks.
Miss Idisie Wilkinson of Vaueouver
isit to bar brother »on Coat*,
raad,
Oaring tba'banvy wind storm that
crossed oyer tb. Vall.y on Tuwdaj
sft.r.oon sever.1 largo trees war.
blown down, also a law touts blown,
np much to the iiiscouiforl of the occupants.
Miss (Hark hu been appointed t.
tba teaching staff of tba l.ynn Valley
school, taking tb. plaoo fl' Mis. Bag,
gl. who resigned to join her mother
on a trip to watara paints lor tb.
benefit al the latter's liaelth.
Mr 11. W. Sugdeii, while unloading
some «| p]t too  Vim, was badly
■tung ia tba nask by spine of his b.*s.
Misses l-vjne and kidaa Blair ar.
visiting friends at Knglisli It»y for a
wsak,
Mrs. Lewis, Fromm. Road, who has
been Indisposed lor tbe hist week or
sa, is .hie to be .round one. agaii
among bur friomls.
Mr. Usass, Frammo Boad, is haviuR
the outside of bis Urge home repainted- .
Miss Mildred Pauglu is spanding
Ihe woek on a visit lo frisnds at Kit-
silaaa.
FOR SALE
300 Feet of Wafer-
fronUge with crown
grant, known aa
Wallace Shipyarda.
Ttrmi to auit pur-
chaaar.   Apply
a H, DEVINE,
SaymourSt.
Vancouver
CITY OF NORTH VANCOUVER
■■■   I       »»     I    .SI      ■■     ■■■»     ■■—■■
NOTICE is hereby given tbst 1 .hall sail al publio auction on Thursday, tbs 14th day of Beptemhsr, lull,
at tha i:ity 11.11, North Vancouvor, H. 0,, at 3 o'clock ia tba aftesaoou, the following lauds, improvements or real
property hereinafter described for unpaid delinquent municipal tax.., special rate., interest, costs sod .ipanses due
thereon, unless iu the meantime tb. aorcineiitiuned tains, spe.i.1 rats., iuleraet, costs tnd expenses u set .forth iu
the following schedule are sooner paid.
Dated at the l.'ity of North Vaacouver this 32nd day of August, mil.
SYDNEY' HUMPHREYS,
Collector.
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61.9
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619
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6189
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....Hendricks.., care Richards Ackruyd k
(jail,   Vancouver   	
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17
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19
19
39
41
14   Il.derra.chsr, H. L., N. Vtneo»v.r ..
T   B*ldard, Miss N., Q... D.I., J, Vaa
couver   	
19  Iloarns, Wm., Welcome Hotel, V.aeou
v.r 	
1       I   ......   .... llnuii, Loaiae ll., Vaneouver
a      7   M..aa, W. L., N. Van«ouv.r	
3.1-4     H  Roaoda, t, 'I'M Powsll st., Van.auvar,	
I       8   Illingworlh, W., N. Vancouvar	
'll        11    Alvensleben, A. V.,  Hasting, t. Rich"
arils,   Vancuuver
 |6 64 III W IH Wi
664 ifn B HO
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 Ball, 1., Ba. BoUl, Vancouver .36 01 8 36 38 3,1
 Thomeoa, Mrs. A. L., 1339 Oardsra et.,
V»nsoav.r ....' ,• „ 8 16 3 46 1161
                       8 11 3 46 1161
    ....      .   »            "            "           8 16 8 46 1181
 William., Mrs. Mary, *»- v.rk«blr.
UusreuUi    A    Hwuritle.   Dp.,
Vaueouver  „,.,	
 Lamb, Jaa A., tar. Irwi. A Billings
Ca., N. Vaaaaa.ar  v...	
„ rwt Whiilaw, D, l|., U. Vaassavar	
19   Wtt  OraMro., i, i-, 4tl AUsaadw .-nt,
Vincuuver I..
 K».ry, W, P.,C.alialPart,VpnmtPt	
 11 iiuier, W. ()., Bld.r Murray Co., N.
V.icouver	
 Koranjt, fttU, Mi 8*8, Vaa»»rw	
 rouU, 4m. I., tm Inrla * WHIag.
Uo,, N. Vaa.aa.ar ..,, ,	
  Relate'.f M. B. M.Laad, «are B. 1.
itttkefiot Peidsr st„ Vaa«w«s,	
•■i Hbnpa.ll, Ma II., 1808-fll, AraaM
PalrvLw, V.ne.ver ,.v	
 T.wal*y, T, 0., La«d B.|Wry Oi..,
Vaawavar >	
 AlvrnwUbn, Alvo Vaa., Pa.il- BalM
lag, VaaaatHtar	
 UMMsarisr, P8mU, 1867 (Mm el.,
Vtnttntit •
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 7 88 188 10 98
 16 68 3 83 18 31
 66 83 6 36 10 68
 13 l» 3 46 15 M
 J8 48 3 87 48 44
 3184 184 38 18
 34 18 I 80 » 48
 .38 M I 41 II 7.4
 M 47 I »7 88 01
 Jl 61 I 81 14 34
* M Ot 140 78 43
 M 85 4 II 48 01
 78 81 6 44 78 44
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 17 18   I 87 « 17
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Bsrry, The.., tm Irvls A BtlUnp to,
* V.»«wr.r    , ,.„„  714 3 89 18 88
 Hanawaad, H. 0,, W»-|8lJi Avaaaa,   .
Vppipttpy , „ IT a 117 a 17
 , II a ii n ti) 117 »f
 ,,,..  w*    w ■.   n »•
 Ogaiswara, sara W. B. Ya*ag, Ml
Powisll it., Vamwam	
 .-Ifwiaaaa, flaa., U. Spninntm .,...,..   	
 Bauer, W. A,, 1'a.lie Balling, Vaa-      ___■_____________■
a#a»ar    UN   I no a 83
 BnrtWd, Mrs, U, HI ftmnt, fm
«aav«  nn   NKH
 Mastaaa, »., 8T« aVpabs st,, Vaaaaa- •
vw  ...ua 3II au
 W-ad», A., Vaaaaarar  u»  3 71)7 88
 ,0Um.»U, Mrs. A A., JMwaH Uml,
»_. iTy.'  iiaiana
W  ,HaH, T. l)„ U, Itmetm   ..HI   Iw   fa
H   " " " |»|   ||4   ta
ia   344 1173
CLEARED LOTS 50 ft. x 147 ft.
InBLQCKS 15.15a, I6and 16a. D.L 550.
PRICES: $750 to $1000 according to location,
TERMS; 1.4 Cash,- Bal 6,12 and 18 monthi,
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: ! -4 Cash, Bal. 6,12,18 & .24 months
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The Grand Boulevard extendi through thii property
'I T '
 i  -        ^
FOR PUNS, PRICE LIST AND PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
The North Vancouver Land and
.
Hauled
, Uability
643 PENDER ST. l^jm VANCOUVER, B. C
>
North Vancouver Buiiness Cards
ACCOUNTANTS
I'croy H. Howard II. .1. I'orrin
Oily Auditor.
HOWARD k PERRIN
Auditors nnd Acoounlanl.
,'.i'. I'l'inl.T Bt. W.      I'. O. Hot 3335
Piinna 8(07 i'lnmn 183.
Vaiiftiuvcr      Norlh V.ntouver
HIIjIjIAUIKS AND POOL
PLAY POOL
AT HAMMOND'S
PIBST WEST
Fin-it Ubls. Md was ia Um City
BLACKSMITHS
H a TARN
PioaMr Hors«ko« - Carriaga Work.
VI*8T 8TWBT WW5T k WNBDALB
CONTRACTORS
'Ilie Nsw lllock on  LoBsdiilu Avtsiue
near tha Perry A|iproach
was built by
SMITH BROTHERS
Oanaral Ooatraators
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
CLARK k LYNCH
ENGINEERS
I'liiiliiidori lor ru-inlnrcd oonnrelu
constru.lion. Huwcrinn in .11 its
liraiiclien, house conneotinns a specialty. T-,limnU. Iurniihe.1. Offic.
30 IuuihiIaIo Ave. I'lione 38o.
WM. MORRIS
FRACTICAI, FIBEPUCE
AND CHIMNEY BU!.I,DEB
Pressed Brick Mantlea a Specialty.     Phone Liu ,
BOOKS AHD 8TATIONEUV
THE LEONARD-SALE CO.
RnokMiUrs aad BUUnam
C«r, Uwrfal. and itt.      Vhnne III
NORTH VANCOUVEB
BLUEPRINTS
P. U. Bh.rp, BUd. B. I., Btad.
Inst. Uun. Eh- KU.. Archl sod Civil
Eogbsssr, Pl.ns, risv.tion. SMi|ons,
reports, sp«*l(l«»llon«, utinat*., sic.
lor all alum ot work, Tracingi, Bias
Prists, Map Mounting. 137 Lows.
UU, Boad. East, N. Vaaatwvar.  38
EIPBES8 AMP BAOOAOK
A, WILD
MART EJPREBB AND OENKBAI, ifVmt 310
BBIIVRRV ^™"	
prasspt    BaiflsHMsraia Obargsa
Wmw^pMt  Wart
rmmmmmrnrmwWm-B.e*   '■■■!  '  "
lm Pftbn C«Htf#dioMry
WQAwmWWmWWt   %J§m]9m^Ah%enn¥jf   t}m   r^fwrnWof
Uoti fhApit, Vomm Orme, Jtitnm
light londm, PNt
R. (I DUCOMMUN k RON
Id Mi twm III
PURSE k GALLOWAY
lliiililinit t'liiitmrliir.
llrl.li ami rnnrri'lii work. Iluiisi'n,
llungslows, sir. s u|.riiiiliy. I'lsns
■uhniitU'd, aetlmslw.      117 Un.d.lu.
llm No. mat.
CIVII, ENOINEiyiS
Angui J. Cameron
A.M.I.P.. 4 B.
CIVII ENGINEER
_ itjim,   rtraln»»«, levels,
aod sfwsiAcallons.   Rniilio tanks
hous* drainage
llos 311,
Avntu.
Irrigation,   (Iralnnae, level.,     pla.s
' ' "    i.   naptib lawks   and
rainaia a s|iMlally.-    P. 0.
llm 311, Ifllli «lr«it wtet ol IWwicks
FISH DEALERS
THE   NOHTII   VANCOUVEB   PISH
AND PBODUOR OO.
Prsak sad Bnu>k«l Pish
l.lve .nil Drauad Poultry
VsgHalHas IMIrsry twU* d»|ly
III Pirst Sirs*
ICE DEALERS
■I '    ' .W—   '     '■' ^^^^^^^
JONES ICE CO.
ffbolMalm sad JWaiUn ol Von tea
Claim
let lot lamily us.
BAT VIP.I TEA BOOMS
1-koM DM      IANBDAIjE AVENUE
PHOTOGRAPHERS
CARBUTT
Studio  ovor  Bank  B. N. A.
Lonwlalo and Esplaaads
SAWFII.ERS
	
DONALD DOWIE
Saw Pilor and llrindcr. All kinds ol
lianil, cross cut and buck .aw. art
snd filed at ehortaft notic 11 l.uni
dtl. Avonuo, North Vancouver,
TAILORS
—————
!•:. LAURIN
High-class lindiw' and ll.nt'. 'I'ailorjag
Phon. 807
KIJTII IIIilCK, PIBST STBEET
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
Modern Tailors aid Rawvatarf
I
307 f-ineilale Avaaua
ClMRing, PrMsiag,  Dyeiag,  Alt-ulag
We   un   Uu   Pronob   Dry   CAtenlng
Pro.*.  ' l'boa.313
NORTH VANCOUVEB
TEACHERS (Music)
SAM, T. SUTTON
TEACHER OP PIANO »»d THEORY
.Specialty : l/bildrcn's iMSobs at own
bom*. Twms, otc, apply (Itnciral
Dsllvsry.
WATCH   REPAIRING
Is your watch rtoppiag or goksg u-ft-
gularlyl  Bm
A. J, HOOD
Tb. North Vejtciuvsr J.;»p,rt
Hid pionew, Jeweller
I**
Itt,
•• BOECKH'S
BRUSHES ind BROOMS
Arp gi^riniped against jmiitrfepliflns
which, in pooily maile gppdscause much
wurry ;iii<i«inconvenierice to tlie lionse-
hoklcr.
P»lnt iMioiV»miiih Brushes
Will <l» lirst class work ami will mil
shcil iIil- bristles.
I
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
North Vancouver Hardware Store
1Q4 ESPLANADE NEXT TO POST OFFICE
mipw
Vl
LOTS IN BAYVIEW
*--—»^w*««^i*---^-*--«w^»((^«i^-*^(,«.«.«.._-^-«*»
D. L. 621 & 2075 on Keith Road,
a short distance west o| ilu- Imperial Car Shipbuilding tnd
Pry I )m I; Co.'s property. $300 and $325 esch-|20 Path,
balancs eaiy termi. These lots command an uninterrupted
view of three miles ol Hurrard Inlet, (rood soil and level.
!?*■.!,' % mjto f°r descriptive pamphlet.      ,'
S. F. MUNSON
333 Pender St. W.
Phone Seymour 5654
ERINDALE. D.L622
Between proposed SECOND NARROWS BRIDGE
tad NORTH ABM B8IDCE aa lUili Rati
FIFTY FOOT LOTS, (330 JSgjjj
GRADED ROAD TO PVEEY MOT
Wiit, i and telephone service is being pul into didrid now and
iuntil has Is.n surviyrd lor ctrlio*.
D. MacLURG
340 PENDER STREET      VANCOUVER, B. C
_
ASK
your neighbours
and they will recommend it |o
you—THE
electric iron with
a reputation.
iJOTPOINT  We .hall be pleated to lend one ol these
iron, lo you (or TEN DAYS FREE TRIAL Phone 46
Light and Power Department.
i
\
British Columbia Electric Railway Co,, Ltd,
50 LONSDALE AVENUE
\\ \
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WM
TAKE NOTICE
THAT the Civk Information and Labor Bureau ii now
open lot the Convenience ol Employers and Employees.
Employers ire requested lo lake advantage Of the Office
when i. '|inimi' help.
Phone 321
W. „. HOOD, Secretary,
14 I '>iis.|_|. Avium ,
North Vancouver.
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FRUIT   PRODUCE
CONFECTIOivJERY, CIGARS, Etc,
WHOLESALE ONLY
PETERS & DOYLE
120 Second Stre* Eaat. TeUpfeone %%*%
Convenience In North Vancouver Merchant!
Bur in Your Own Tow.. Ymm Orders MU-4
(ConUniud frpiu page fwp)
dew. Having AM* this, bt er.pl Into
tlm iiotus and dropped to Un c.iut
fluor, closing pud fastening tbs Window behind bim.
Ono. Iffilds, flwe WW B0 traep ol
aim or Iiii word lift without- au that
bo bad to loir BOW Were tbe occupants 9l Iba hou...
Tbis )• a p|BPb," ba muttered un-'l
deriioalli bll breath.
Hut nqt ip inucb of a oro as Iw
tbouiibf. ift VtA to bran* w entrance
through thru, door, before lip tiaoii
upon tlia ground floor. Qnoe ihorc,
however, bo felt his way pauHousl,
to ||w pantry wlior. ho Know tbe but
lir il.pt.
Tba door was wld. open, ami 4 gu
Jet hi tho room WM turned down low
loud snores proceeds^ from tb»
bed. Tbi hutlur lay upon his back
bla mouth wide open. Tba map with
the black muk wu pleasad to not.
tbat much
It Is said tbat tb chloroforming
burglar Is a myth - pr, |f not a afytb,
p failure. Chloroform frags and itlflos
— It U bound to wake IU victim.
But tho man In tho black mask
(mow bb) business. Hi took all
chances, because of this fact.
Ha was ready fpr tb. gasp, tbe
cough, tba gurgle — ba anticipated
the fact that bla victim would wake.
Ustenlng carefully W tbe respiration,
be grasped bt. min by tbe throat each
time there wai in expulsion ol air,
and ipr.yod tba vapor down his
Ihr9»t aa be released hia grasp.
M iht (wt.ro window.
MAmIi aba bawd 1 Ro|i. in tb.
bill without 1 It wu tba nolia off
mo preepwj ilMllbllr - at least 10
|| ieem«d to ber.
Pb. WWt tp bar door and listened.
Thep iba unlocked II aad throw |:
nppn. "Wbo Ii Ibaraf aba oaliafl-
There WM po anawer. And then pf
p sudden aba BBW Wb»t It WM-
k slight brceie bid ipruBg up, ml
|be curtain ol an open window Ip Iba
ball wm rlabw bb4 WIIbi wltb tb.
llBd- Tbaf, aba raM0»B4, mt bbvu
been tba boIm lb»t aba ba4 beard
Bhe smiled at blF feara, and shut
inul locYad her door again, and open
more resumed bar IMt How long ihe
sat tbera she did nut know.
It || said that llshermen mcsn)erl«o
themselves by watching a pork bob UP
and down upon the mnllt wave-and
that tba heavy hours pass almost like
minutes wltb thorn. Mlu. Dumont sot
In her room In the dew) ol night, wide
euako, apd yet dreaming day dreams.
Sba lorgot time apd the hour—and
forgot bena|f. Bho sat awako and
ppen eyed, but aba saw nothing Im-
nieillately about ber.
Hir thought, win upon herself,
|nd Btormo.
Suddenly ibe came to herself.
What wa. It that bad startled her
again? Bhe looked hastily around and
tried to collect ber thought.. Tbe air
had become chill, and ahe shivered
But lb0 414 not move. She did not
dare — she could not .Ur. For ther.,
at tbe northern window, waa a human
nm m aitruggk •-•to w^T' t^'W&fc &»'r<k,~ w,
■raising the screen tbat retarded on-|- '"
JOB
PRINTING
hound to be — but tbe hutler waa no
match Inr the Iron, muscles and train'
ed sclouco pf tbe man In black, and
tbe struggles became faint aad
fainter, and the man on the Led succumbed,
ftr tan minutes tba burglar kept
bla chloroform con* lo place over the
ether', face, and then deftly gagged
bim and (lad bim band and loot to tlie
bed whereon b. liy.
Than ha aoftly .tola upstairs.
Every bedroom door waa locked.
Ilia recant burglaries had made everybody timorous.
"If. jut 11 will," ba laughed to
bimi.li.
He carefully wcured each dour from
Um outalde wltb rosea tied to tbe
handles In such manner tbat It would
be Impossible, by th. eicrclao of ordinary force, to open thorn at all.
At each door ba llltened fcarefully,
hut beard no sound. Than he cr.pt
stealthily to tba rear ball window and
•tupped out upon tk. .xUniJon root
A rap upon the flagi outside stalled bim. It was nothing, though, but
a roundsman on bis rounds. Tba man
on ths root fait'perfectly secure, for
ke wai unseen Irom the street below.
Without 1 wund hi crept warily
across th. root aud paused lust beforo
b. reached tha fartheat window. Hi
funjbled one. more In hi. waistcoat,
aad the mysterious little ball tinkled
Main.
"1 miut hurry up," ho told bimi.lt,
"for In lust an hour I'm due to leav.
tbe club."
Ha  l.ugbd  noia.lM.ly,  and  then
.tapped to th. open window and raised Um mo.qultn bar.
Then be disappeared within,
I'HmKli X
Nisi Ubsi.bI Helrts a Mystery.
Helen Dumont bad not retired upon
th. departure ot bar guest..    Bb.
sought bar room and throw beraell
Into a large chair facing ono ot Uu
two aid. windows.
Bb. wu In no mood to sloop. Tbi
night vu eloa. aad aultry. But there
wu something .Is. Uiat made bar
wakeful, aud prayed upon bar mind.
"Wbat eaa It maul" aba kept re-
poaUng   to   bsri.ll,   "what, can   le
meant"
Vai, ib.r. wu bo mUtak. about It
One. more .be scanned Um three
leUan. Th.y w.n la U10 usiu baud-
writing, sack oaa of them.
8b. road and r.-rud th.m. Then
w.l nothing In Ihem Uiat appealed
lo bar. All w.r. cold aad formal.
The tint two to bari.ll, mystorloui
IB ib.y wm. Ip tail, taplainid bo kid
ftp word ol endearment, nothing
wbicb sb. could aall b.r own. Aad
why wu It, she uked bartell, that
ihi. mn, wbo bad thu. com. Into b.r
III. why wu It that he cloths, himself la mystery!
Vet Mi. .till had faith la blm-or
would bava hut for thia last strange
BOi*.
Why ahould hi writ* 1 note to blm-
aelf. la call himself away! Why bad
M dona that! Wbat wu It all tor, any
wayt
Tk. devil, Doubt, er.pt Into bar
mind aad poeeeued It, unUI la moving Ui. .mall lamp she caused Its
rays lo fail upon a pholgrepb pf
Storm, that .food upon Uie tabic.
Bb* imped It aag.fly aad lookad
longingly at It. Jt was a good face ~
the face of a man of honor and 0'
hon/Mlr, er it least so It seemed to
M ^^^^^
Bh. sw.pt Uu UtM.ni lalo a draw.r,
aad k.pt bar glance Iliad upon Ihe
portrait. Ani u the looked, Mndsrlr
Mm ImbI down aad kissed It.
"l-| Mi*r. la you, H. Btulefgb
Storm.1" aba mJ4.
Apd Om the MUogulabed U). light,
Md *»k open mtt toto ber plm
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fn.-r. .,
trance.
Mlu Dumont would have spoken II
.be could, but her voice failed her.
She would bava aprung tp Uie door,
but bar Hmba seomed paralysed.
Fpr at tke window, that which bad
been a band became aa arm, and Uie
arm lengthened rapidly Into tbe figure ot a man, who leaped silently,
subUy, stealthily, Into thu room—the
figure of a man In a long black cloak,
with a black muk—a man wbo seemed part and parcel of tha night lta.lt.
Suddaply across the blackness of
the room there ebot a gleam of light
It luued Irom a lantern In Uie band
of thia silent figure.
Stupidly .he witched It play across
Uie bed. Tben thero wu darkness
once again. •
Tbe dark figure moved silently
away Irom ber, and towards Uie chit-
fooler.
"This room," It muttered to Itself,
strange.    I thought—"
Tbe man bad not flashed bla light
In the corner when Uie girl wu sitting. He bad thought to llm} a sleep
er on Ike bad.
Ha must BOW havo concluded that
Uie room wu empty, for hi became
leu stealthy In bla movement*.
The man moved her and thero wltb
certainty and rapidity, aud never slipped or stumbled.
Auured apparently Uiat be wu
alone, he ralaed bla bands to his hesd
and with a HUIe click unlaatened the
maak which concealed bla features.
Tbe girl ut spoochles. and mo-
tieipeu.  She did not stir.
Tbo man once more llalahed hi.
light but this Uma directly upon Uie
chiffonier.
Ho waa looking for valuablee—that
waa clear. He Ural itrlpped Uie top
of ovryililng Uiat lay In plain sight
among them tk* Jowels Uiat Miss Dumont bad rimovad tbat very night.
Tben b. opened each drawer, and wilh
deft fingers eumlaad the contents.
And u be worked, each Jewel that
bo appropriated In turn aparkled In
the .trong light from .bl* lantern
Every Jewel that Mlu Dumont possessed wu In that chiffonier, and the
burglar made a rich haul.
But lllll *k* did BOI move
Suddwly he turned to tho dreaalng
table. Ha opened a drawsr. HI* light
tell upon thru letter, lying loose
within It.
They war. lb* lima letter* written
In tk* heodwrtUng of H. BUnleigb
Storm*.
He glanced over Um fint two caro-
lessly, aad laufbad u be read th.m.
"Thw w*r« wl»* pweanUoo*,' 'hi
remarked to blmaelt.
He started when ba law the third.
"Oreat BcpW" b. exclaimed, "what
a fool-whet ip ldlotr-to leive thai
her*." H* plaaad It with a quick movement Is aa lB*U* pockot pf bis
clothe*.   And than h* Inroad ones
mor. |« hi* work-
Hut u he did ao, the light from bis
lantern ihom lull Into Ibi mirror
Uiat alood reflation ahono full lute
bla face.
"Hjwrri" fup«4 a faint voice, 1.
suing frpm lb* gloom.
Tha man turn»o\ Is lb* direction ol
the voice. He fl**bad hi* light upon
the girl, and for ti, fim Urno m
her.
Ha slarfad la »arprlu. But he recovered Wra*aM.
'•fop called gem* tftnT b« «M IB a
well moduleUd vols* "I* th.ro anybody elae In the roomf
Th* llri 414 aot WMwer bis que.-
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Catalogues
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Invitation Cards
Utysf Heads
Magazines
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Shipping Tags
Statements
Visiting Cards.
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Phone 80
119 FIRST STREET EAST VAN*
NORTH
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District Lot 552
i        r  '
The West End of the City
The Finest Residential Lots at moderate price*
on my terms. All cleared. Twenty minute
car service. Water laid on. Electric Light, etc,
Within half a mile of the water front of D. L
265, the future industrial centre of the North
Shore.    Buy before the inevitable advance in
values takes place.
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Block 6, Diitrict Lot 607
f.i'
Large Cleared Lots within one block of the Terminus of
the Capilano Carline.    These lots are on the bench over* -
looking the Pipe Line Road and the Capilano River.
Beautiful viewi.   Very accessible.   Terms one-fifth Cash.
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District Lot 553
A Limited number of Corner Lots reserved from the
original sale are now on the market.   Close to the Grand
i
Boulevard. Good car service. Electric Light, Water laid
on, The roads are being improved, and sidewalks constructed.
For Plum and Price Li«U Apply to
Lonsdale Estate Office
525-6 Winch Building, Vancouver, B. C.
Phone, Seymour 2835
I UUfAJiAi/)  <yt of)
WAWMwitm
' .Nell*'is bereiiFgiv.n that aa a»-
plb-'atlnn will b. made under Part V,
of |b. "Water Ant, HOD,'' to obtain
a licence ia tk. North Vanonuver Pi:
vision of Now Westminster District,
.(a) Tim iiuinii, address and,pmiyp-
Hon af, lb. npiillonnt-Poriinratinii nf
lb. City af Nnrlh Van.nnv.r,
. (If for mining purpps.s) Pr.. Min'
.r's Certificate Na	
(b) Tbe nam. pi th. lab., stream or
source (if iiiinamod, the description is)
l*V. al Id. n|'|i.r and of Lynn Creek,
on right band branch troing ap stream
(.lav. fm leal above Burranl fnl.l),
(s) Tha paint of ilivunalon—At
Palls at mouth of Uke.
V
(d) Tb. i|u»niliy' af watar applied
fnr (in «»bfe feet par 4sacan<l)-H»tffr*
.(. purposes,
(.) Th. character of prnpnssd works
--Building p lUm .nd raising l.v.l
nf lak. during rainy season.
(f) Th» premiss, on which the
water la b. ai.ij (desaribe sa»e)-
Olly »f Nurlli Vauciiunir.
(g) The purpose for which tlie
water Is to b. hs.i|—Domestic and
Municipal,
(b) If for irrigation describe tlm
laad int.nd.d to be Irrigated, giving
acr»ag»    ......
.(I) If th. w.t.r Is to he nsad for
power or mining purposes describe tbe
place where the water is to be ra-
turned to nam. n.tursl channel, and
tha    difference   ll)  ttl I it mlu    between
point of diversion aud point of return
(j) ktep ot Crown land intended to
Imi Qixupiml by tht proposed 'v".*-,
I .uml Hooded by construction af daw.
(k) This notice w.a posted on th.
llllli   day   of   August,    lllll,   and
applies! ien     tO     ll.     tniiili'     to     the
Commissioner ou the -tllli d.y of Hup
tl'lllllIT,   1811.
(I) lliu- the names and Bildreases ol
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lamia tr. likely to lie
affected by tb. proposed works, either
above or bslow tbe outlet—Hastings
Bbiugle Manufacturing Oo., District nf
North Vancouvsr.
(11) Tilt) BOUNDARIES AND AIU'IA
Uf THE MUNICIPALITY
Coihpieuciug at a point in Hurrard
Inlut, distant il,:iOO leet du. snulh
from the southwest corner post of
l.ol Ulii; llii'in-,' due north 3,3tSJ leet,
to said southwest corner post of said
Ut WHj thanes 3,840 feat, mors or
less, tu tbe northwest corner of said
Ut nth; theiire northerly tbrnugh Ut
iiii:', 11,8111'foot more or less, to Ihs
snulh wi'»t corner post of I .ul. SOU)
limine easterly along the north Ihiiiii-
.lory «f Ut 56!, 3,640 feet, more or
lass, to ths norlh east corner post of
Ut 558] theuce northerly .lung tb.
rest boundsry of Ut fill, 1,714 feet,
ilium or li'ss, to tbe nurlli weal corner
post of Ut 644j Ihence easterly .long
ilia north boundary of Ut tit, iflin
feat, mors or less, to the north-east
corner posl of Ut tit, thence easterly
along tbs north hou.d.ry of Ut tit,
.VI411 f.'i'i, mora or las.,'to the nurlli
east corner post of Lot tit; tltsnc.
easterly along ths north boundary of
Ihe north-most portion of Ut tit,
0041 fssi, mors or less, to ths uortheaal
i nriu'r of said portion of Ut 6|6, 000
faal, more or lew te tha north oast >or
liar of siinl purl nm; thotice soullicrly
along tbs east boundary of said north-
most portion of Ul 616, 3,4)60 fact,
mora or lass, to ths southwest corner
of Ut l,l)lh; thence easterly along lha
uorth boundary of tha south-most por
lion of Ut 6)6, 'l,:)li) leal, more or lu,
to tha norlh nasi comer of said south-
most portion of Ut 616; thoncs southerly a'eng the east boundary of Ut
816, 8,310 fi'i't, mora or less, to Ibe
south east corner post of lot 616,
thence wsstsrly .long Ihe aouth houu
d.ry of Ut 618, ;i,:tui) feet, mors or
Isss, ts th. southwest corner post of
Ut 616, thane, southerly, along.tbe
wast boundary of Ut tt'3, 11,6-10 feel,
mora or lew, to the soulbweat corn.r
of Ut 669 i theuce easterly, along tbs
south boundary of IM ttl, ttl) feet,
more'or less, to lite northehsl earner
pint of l-nt Sit; Ihencs southerly along
the east boundary of Ut 971, a dis
usee of 1,0.10.6 faet, to tb* north
hniind.ry of thai part of said Ul 179,
tbs properly of Job. Ilaudry; llii'iic
Westerly .luug lbs north boundary of
Ik. properly    Of Ike mul  Hendry lo
tb. est hou.d.ry of Mt i'l; Ibenc
southerly >|oug lbs said east boundary
of IM nl to tb. high walar mark in
Hurrard Inlet; I bancs la lb. saay lias
southerly 100 fast, and Ib.aa. wastsrly
In a straight ii*. In the polul of com
ni.ncMa.nl tk. said tract af land cam
prising lb* following lots, namelyi—
MO, 971, 974, 97.1, *sc*pl lb. portion
thereof belonging lo Job. JUndry, lb*
easterly portion of Ul WW, and Uls
1547, 846, 640, 880, 644, 646, 846, and
616, aad Iba Mission Indian Rastrvs
all situated in Oroup Oat, Haw Wart-
minster District, log*tb*r wilh lb*
foreshore la front aa lb. norlb shore
af lliirr»rd Inlet a. »»»pri*ed within
tbe said bo.nd.rlM of tbe city of
Norlh Vanc.uv.ri lb. said trad of
laad being *b»»« An a map o, pis. nf
Ik. said filly of North V.ncouvw d.
posited lo lbs Unit Registry OIBcs SI
lb. filly of V.ncnuver.
(r) Approilm.Uly tb. number of
Inhabitants  Ms Thousand (tyKHl).
(s) Tb. pl.ee af the proposed rescr
v»lr for storaga-Uke at upper end ol
right band branch of f.ynn ''reck (tie-
vatlon 9,400 feat above Hurrard lalet,
(t) Ths means by wbfch it Is pre
ymtil to star* tb* w.ler—Malar.1 stor
aga by ua. af Uke ..8 Pan.
(a) w. arm of tb. r***ry»lr siu
ay sltss at escb foot in depth above
aattstt-i-
I foot abov. outlet. 6 acraa
I tm   i,      ii   7 a*re«
* feel    ,,       „    ,» tnm
* l-i   n      ii   • mm
5 f..t „  w.pum
.8 feet „ „ i„,i,,,,U wm
7 f.nt „ „ ,,,...,..18 »cre«
8 feet •„ „ .." 13 acres
H fan! „ „   M #<w
io tm ',, „  IS wm
U faet „ „   '..,.M acres
ja feet „ ,, • il »w
18 feat ,, .,,   i,.11 »'**
\t feet   „     „ ..,,,,,,, oo '.eras
HI   feet     „        „     llll  seres
17. fpet ,,   „ BO seres
18 feet i,  „ .........ao a»rn«
to '.et „  „ ...;....,8j acres
80 feat „   „  .31 aorus
(jl feat „. ,, ........,8t .acres
98 feet „  „ .,,...,..33 acres
0.1   feet     „        „ 311   serna
34 feet „ „ ,; 94 acre*
38 feet „ „ ,,,.,..,,88 acres
M feet „ „ ,. 36 acrea
87 faet ,, „ •.., 87 acres
». feat v„ „ ...38 acres
80 feet „ „  80 acre.
30 feat „ „  80 acres
643 acres
(v) ITow 'It Is proposed to acquire
the land necessary for tb. purpose-
By purchase,
(w) Approximately tli« number of
iiere f.st iiileinliid lu b« ilrtponmM—
843 acre font.
(1) Whether It is proposed to lower
the water in any natural lake or standing body of water, and if so, tben—
(I) The anticipated extant- of the
lowering—No.
(8) Tbe means proposed lo bo ml
opt ed to lower and mill.
(8) The n.tur. and character, i|i
detail "' '** ««orks 'iu.li'"' S. lm ao.
s..i'iii'ii'ii to pr.yide for t|te discharge
and penning li.ck of the water—Con-
si met inn of. a 1I11111.
OITV OF NORTH VANOOUVBII
(Hignattire)   TIIOMAH  MilHHIKill),
Cj|y (.'lark.
(I'.O. Address, City  Hall,
'North  Vani'iiiiver.
A IIOI.0 UP IN NOBTH VANCOUVEB
Weigh your bread- Brewer's X I,
llroatl is 16 ounces (Union liuila) I'i it
cants per loaf. No sweetar or India
bread mad.. Don't pay a high r pri
for inferior stuff, or encourage norlii-
lant prions jn North V»n«o»y.r. 8.
ililiihin, tb. Up-to-DaU flroasr, 358
lojIBH First street, East. 36-8
i ■ . 11  i i . 11  i —*
NEW WESTMINSTER UND DI3-
TBItiT-DMrlot ol N.w WMtrainsUr.
Take nolic thai Eliot A. Haswell ol
Vancouver, oosupatioa, broker, jntemls
to uiiply for imrmission to purohasa
the lollowing daain-ilied Und. t About
SIMI acre* comawpaag at a post plant-
ed on tba northeast corner ol lot.
1874, thcuc sust 30 chsius, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 6 chains,
more or less to shors nl Horn. Shoe
Ulw, than.* in a south and westerly
oours. around shore ol l.lu to North
sast oprnw ol Ut 1678, thsnea south
80 chains, mors or loss, to point ol
ciinnjBiicenuuit.
;(8gi|,)      EI.IOT A. HASWEM,.
lun. 17th, Mil. 1(4
WATEB HimCtr
NOTICE la bw"ib7j,ivW that an ap
(i laitmnif ||| lm mado umler i'ort V.
of H.u "Watar Act, IDIW," to obtain a
lioenee in th. North Vanoouver dlvis
ion ..I New Wxtniiiittier diatriot.
(a) Th.   nam.   ol   awljaunt-The
..riioratioa of lb* District of Norlb
VaiiO()iivar, B. 0,
III for minis
er's Certilisato
(b) Tho nam. ol lha lake, .tream
or nnnn'" (II unnamtd (h. description
is) An iiniiiinnai stream running in a
•oulharlv direction through District
Uls 7W snd 668, Oroup I, Now West-
minslor Dislriot
mmemmmm
9<mm
Wf WnWjty *e intonrl to
apply to tha Board B| WcenslngOoi
rjissinnara ol tlm Ii>t» fi| nm\
ormvor, llntisb Oolnmlila, kt,,
liqnnr or IwtHe linens. Iqf K__
im known ns Uls 41 nm-WWook
188, Dislriot ,f.pt m, mPVoiioiii)-
vw, at the .Ittingsj^Bpir pornmis-
__L«_Jto haJatt-irilm llllh d»y ol
I^PfPTMl}.
DATlsn ibis foil Jay of Angwt A-
D., MM,
THOMAS a) COMl'ANV.
Hrfi Vat % Q, Orant, Agmt.
lusuisiii '   n   hi ,t. "Vi'iimm
NEW WEBTBINSTEB LAND PI8'
TBIOT-Wslriot nl Nsw Wastinlaitar,
Tnkii notieo that Joaeph (!, Ilockurill,
of Vanoouver, oo.up.tion, govwnm.at'
iilliuiiil, inlands to uiiply lor imrmis-
sion to purohuse tho following dinurili-
ml lliiulh ; Hill iioi'iia coiiiinetie.iiig   nt a
post planted, on tlm south west cur-.
ner of Ut 9033, l banco smith 40
chains, thence east 40 chuins, Uhium
north -in ohajns to south boundary of ,
Ut 3833, lliumm wuat.40 ob.ina morn
or loss, along said bodndnry to point'
ol eommenciMimt,
dOSIil'HO, DOOKEBIIJj. .
Jan. 17th, MU. lls#
THEOSOrBIOAT. SOCIETY
Tba Tbeosflpbioa! floci.iy meets ia
North Vanoouver In Boom 4, 67 Lonsdale Avanus (entraneo nest lo Wfl,
nam. Parlor) every Wednesday ovming
at 8 o'clock. Atteflilngw is onlirely
lice and parries no obligations whatever.    You ar. invited. Thuosoph.osl
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New Westminster Und Distriot-Djs-
trict   ol   Noilh   Vancouver.    TAKE
ndto'i: that wo, It. niiiiiwin nnd A-
C. Illadwin ol Nnrlh Vancouver, occn
pation, relinil, intend to apply for
periiii.iaii.n lo lens. Ills lollowing de
.iciilieil aii'.'iini, known ns l.viin Creek,
cninnicncing ut n post planted at lbs
N. W. corner ol Ihe old wooden bridge
crossing suid slrenm, I hence north,
lollowing b.il ol nl ream lo a port
planted I .mm feet inu'lli ol Keith
Itoad, nlcel bridge, for th. purpose of
obtaining ruck, gravel and Bund for
building and other purposes,
BENSON OIjADWIN.
AUTIIUll CIjAUENCE (I1.ADWJN.
Ihilixl Aug. 7th, 19)1. 810
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nag purpossar free Min
to No. —
(c) Tb. point nf diversion is In
Blook 4, Dirtriot Ut 788 afoneebi,
nliout 33J chuliia north ol tha aou-
lbeiii Uiinnlury of sa|d District Lot.
(d) Tlm i|iiuiility of wut.ir applied
lor (in cubic last per aecond) one
.piarUr ol a mbi. loot par secouil.
(e) Tba diarkoler ol lha proposal work.-Hb.llow weir dam with
snilabU intake.
(I) Tb. premise on which Ibe wu
ler is to Iw used (dcaorilw a,im„) -Tbo
Diatriot ol North Vanminver.       ,.
(g| Tb* purpnaia (or which ths wa
ler ia lo |» uaod-Munioi|inl pniposaa.
(li) II lor irrigation rluscrilw the
land iiiiemied to b* Irrigated, giving
acreag* 	
(I) II th. water is to la used lor
power or mining purposes ihwrnlw the
plan* where th. waler is lo Iw return
al lo aom. natural channel and the
difference In altitude lalwetn point ol
diveralon .nd point of return.
(j)   Area ol Crown land intended to
b. oooupied by tli. proposed works
IM*,
(k) Tliis nolle wu postal on the
lltb day of Angus*, lllll, „,„| „,,,,!)
ei.lion will be made lo ths emmia
"ioiii-i on Ihe |3th day ol .s,.pt.„iibw,
|VII,
(|) Dive tlio name and addresses of
uy riparian proprietors or llcnsees
who or whose land. ar. likely In Iw
effected by tb. proposal work., eitbsr
abov. or below th* outlet an t Arthur
K. Facey, Wo). A. I, ra*iy, V'hpma. I*-
Mesmrjer and Waller Finch Fnge, all
ol Ihe City of Vaixiouver, and A. Dai-
ton. Nye, W. .1. Irwin, Benson Wad-
win and Mary ),. Archibald, all ot tin
PUBLIC IIIOnWAVS
i'r.iviiie.i ol British Columbia
NOTICE is hmby givw lhat all pubs
lie Highways in unorganised djatrieu
.lid all Main Trunk lloads in org»tii<-
od Dish-ids ars siniy-six fat widi,
and hovo a width ol thirly-tbraa feat
on each side ol the moan slraigbt centre line ol tho iriudlcd road.
THOMAS TAVUIB,
Minister ol Public Works.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, B. C, July 7th, I'Jll.ll-in
'ily ol Norlb Vaneouver,
io
i.j   .n   ,.v».»»    .iiw,,.,,
(ii) Hi. bound.*ie. .nd, ara. nftb*
•trial ol North Vanofluytr ar. aa
Dii
set forth In tbe letters patent of I
coriwratiou dated 10th August. IWI,
ami publisbal in tin B. C. rtawlte,
but eseepllng In. area ol tbe Cily ol
Norlb Vancouver spaoiAod in .Schedule
)| ol tb. North Vancouver City Im
priratlon Ant Amandnuiit Aot 1007.
ll
System
Home Connections
Notice to Property Owner*
of North Vancouver •
As the main drainage system Is  np
prouebiiig foiiiplction w.hag to notily
property  owners tbat w< .r. rushing   * '
arraugeineirl. lo .undertake tho towcaWt
connections   ou  ths  various  privat.
properties at a reasonable cost   to all
those who demrs tn .vai) IbemMlye.
ol e»rly drainuge fueilitle*.      Having *>
corrjal out 'be main diuiiiuge sy*t*n,
for  tin.' cily council and  having
necessary   plant   and   skilled
avellalrlo w. aro in an except)
siorM
V
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)| nl th. North Vancouver Cily Incorporation Act Aawndnunt Act 1907.
If)  AplwortmuWy  th* num|»r   ti
nhabitant. nf Iba |Hrtr)el at prewit
ia 3,600,
jm
(SaaJ)
f-OBI'OBATION OF T
ICT OF NOBTH Vi
' .John o. mum,
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favorable position to carry out 9i*m..
private hnuso drainage at a moderate '
ooet |o property owners snd wo shall
be pleusod to furnish eelim.to. gn/f
plans II iieccasnry to carrying out Ibis
most eiBenlial work in necordnnol wjtll
tbo city regulations ajpl on B»St )ip-
todaU principle* of modern sanitation.
MacdowllGzowiki&Co.
Office:
nmumi St. and Mahon Af f,
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/; TW« EXPRESS,
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Pioneer Confectionery
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Mr, 8, F, Mussel whife begs to
annomioe tbat he Iihb purubosed
the \ma\nm at 71 l,onA.dnJe Avo-,
formerly pondimted by Mr- B, H.
Wllkar H»4m the name of the
1   Pioneer Bakery.
The business will be conducted
il) the game premises,, under the
name of Tke Pioneer Confectionery,
and will continue to produce
hand-made and home-made bread
of the bast titiality as well aa alt
lines of liigh-olass pastry ind
Qonfeotionery.
Mr. Mussel while hopes by dose
Attention to the interegte of his
,    customers, and by sustaining" at
the highest Standard of excellence
the goods pnnlucHii, to merit a
continuation of tba patronage of
all former nustonura, and to welcome many new ones, for'which
purpose the factory nnd plant hag
been greatly enlarged and im-
Eroved.  Careful attention will
e given to any special orders
from patrons,
Pioneer Confectionery
71 lonmif, avb,
S. F. Musselwhite, Prop.       Phone 8
	
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Hay, Flour & Feed
Owing to Inner warehouse accomodation, we art now in » position to
catry n larger nnd more complete
stock of these goods and to supply
our customers at Vancouvar price*.
All Order. Delivered Promptly.
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
Uf Eiplanade Eait
Phone 4
sblA/IV cHARUE==
Why nuke Iwo loads moving when One Van will lake it all.
Ring up 205, CREAMER TRANSFER CO,, lo. the
Largest Padded Furniture and Piano Van in the Cily.
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION writ*. Policy in th.
Commercial U»i9B Fire Aiiunnce Co., Ltd.
IIjONBON. WAMIto
ASSETS! $94,000,000
tolekgent
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC     18 LONSDALE AVENUE
InmmmiMCmmm •'•»»
m every iatcriodon
Pnnw IJ7    cJS-
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Pleasant Fields
ofjaly Writ
Tbs Iatsraatleaal Bundiy School Lss
saa Jsrsuilsh ixiix.l-N). Atigtut
87, 1811.
s'lMlsh Osrrlsd OspHvs ta Bsltflou
Jht siege ami t'sjituro of .lerussltnti
liy'Ntilmclisilnoizar makes P liirl'UinI
frightful page fa liistury. In s'|iito af
tb. .iltloil burrors of psstilSiW mul
faQJaa tlte besieged held out tiigliteeii
months. Only tba gre»t natural ad-
vsntoges pf their situation sat) the
impregnable itrongth qf their fortill
cations itiuilii it possibls far them tp
do so. Hut Ihey wero resisting invincible might ami tha mast approved
weapons alt) methods of the times, At
.,sup.rficiel gl.BC. this revolt agilmt
Babylon was both jnstiSiblo and pa
triotic. From tbs human standpoint
also It wu sot altogether desperate
especially In view of Ih. proffered aid
of Egypt. But tberu was pn. fast
sufflcieiit to cover It with Infamy am)
insur. its defeat. It WSS directly
contrary tp the expressed will ofQod
aod there is never auy concord lie
tweeo Impiety and true, patriotism.
Tb. seventy-fourth psalm givos vivid
prophetic .Inscription pf th. singe.
Thoru was an unearthly din, tho unis
es were more confusing and piercing
.than thos. of modern warfare, tha
shouts of ths hsml lo hand comhst,
tho clang of tbe c.Upult, tlte whirr
of its missle. "Thiti,. enemies roar
in tbo midst of tby ..ngregatloits."
Tb. braaeu colomns .ml vessels too
large to be carried away wltlo were
liroksu ia pieces "They broke down
the carved wrk wltb axes and ham
titers." Th* a'r was thick wltb Ignited darts, i'They have cast Are into
tby sanctuary." If the garrison bad
bean put to death at ooco and the city
sacked there would havo boon less
re4aem.pt of cruelly. But even tb.
princes wsrs not accorded . soldier's
death and alt.r . whole month's res
pits tb. city sad temple were utterly
.ml delilieratcly  ruined.
Tb. Teacher's LauUrn
Why sucb . cruel f.|o to soch pat
rlotlc and courageous defenders I Why
did (led forsake tbo throne of bis
glory I And that In spile of Ibe pro
phot's prayer I This wm no bssty
er irucililu judgment (lod's pcoplo
bad bsd line oo lino. Israel had hoc.
sent into csptlvlty 1. order Ihst Ju
dab might Uke warning and not have
to go. Tbe path .ludah took wm
rn.de bird for her th.t she mightIhe
more    lie    ini lined    tp    loftVO   it.    IK'S
troctlon bid been repeatedly averted.
Tbs city had prsviously been partially despoiled and seme of tbo people
'loportcd. Two king. w.r. already in
captivity, three prophets simulluuo
ouely warned .nd entreated, Hod's
messages were numerous, omphalic,
uiiuiieUkrahle. Op. startling object
lesson followed another. What more
could (led bsve done for bis vloeyard
in ordsr to have It produce the (mils
of poniloo.'o .ml reformation I But
divine instruction and discipline were
alike unavailing. Judah persisted in
seting up idols until tbs very teuiplo
was drilled with Ibe ImcIvIous wor
ship of Ad.uis. What ll/ekiul saw in
lb. temple would justify tbo awful
caUrlysta pf siege and capture. Her
.■up was full, Mhe knew ber duty.
Him did It not. Bb' must be beaten
with muy stripes God's Sail fell
with awful snd apparently fatal
blows upon tbe racreast nation, but
afler tb. pitiless tbrubing the wheat
of the aaliou WM gathered In ths
remnant that relumed from exile,
winnowed from tb. chaff of idolatry.
Thus again Hod made th. wrath ol
man to praise Him, 11. brought ever
lasting good out pf superlative .nd
apparently onmixed evil.
Voung   F-eopls's  Ds.otlonal    Bervlcs
87, 1811. Acts It: 13 31.
A Ulmbmiy iauniy Aroiutf Uu
World Vint Mlaalaas la Psrsia
a_t Tartar.
Boms of ths result, pf tb. " Young
T«rk" movement ar* religious liber-
ty, rapresMSUIv. government, limited monsreby, free press, frse schools.
Bat asltie turn Its .facts t!t» iri»vi>r
meat i» worthy of sins. sMy a» 'a
Wligitow of' haav.a, it mm* ('with-
»»V oltaaTOttlfl^.'' its -methods were
HpSppetpculsr (tnii consistotl largely ill
personal appeal to private, Th. pro-'
motor, war. willing t» hid* th.lr
lipio in order Unit Iho processes pf
eilitcatinii might bo inoni can|p|.|o. Tlm
ehamplan. af any pom may ilu well
ta adopt th. Young Turk mptbods,
but on rafloctian it will b. fpypi
timt  they  .ore  exactly  ip harmony
with tho Meals -lean* tMgbt.
Tha H. V. Prsparatory aehoal unA
kimlorgnrteti will wopsn lu S,v juha's
pariah hall, oor. sth and 18th straits,
op Wednosduy Sept. 4th.    Boys inul
girls sgss 4 to 13. Visa Uracil,
North VanoouTtsr. f-f
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Capita! M Up M,mW,   Www W $2,652,333
iiuatiWasiaaLas4tiiuii.'.-t»sii.aJuy)ii.a|a '
s.wwsswi«u)saMsmsiaasMM
2 Offices in Ntftfl Vl^VtfM-'
CORNER WHWhm AVENUB AND ESPLANADE
UPPER LONSDALE AVENUE (near FourteenthSjr«*)
I.-'      .'      .)..-.  S.l.     I...    .' ..I.    .'   i    ... ,       I     ..I   I
Saying Penpals ol.H1.019 arid HpwuriU meiypi.
intojptt allowpo st piirrent rotr*.
H^nfepr1* Money Prdprs mniA.
UqIIi offices liiiiisatTi a gpripfal |ipn|fip(l business
.    and are open op Safurtjay night.
P, T. SALSBURY, Manager.
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avsaw
CANYON VIEW HOIE
GAPILANO
CM. SLOAN
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P. LARSON
PROPRIETOR
Sf epic Delights, Fishing, Husting, MoiroUin Climbing; Unequalled (or Holiday, Losg or Short.
Family Rooms en suite with greda^ rates.   House greatly enlarged.
Extensive Grounds.      I ligli „ass Service at moderate rates.
Easy trail to summit ol Grouse Mountain Altitude 3000 leet.
SEASON 1911
lien I       'Wmnnnn
, I
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We have a  HALF ACRE of level  land, adjoining City,
75 x 257 feet, on two streets near Capilano Car line which is
An Attractive Residential Site
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This property has a magnificent view that could never be
obstructed (except by sky-scrapers), for $750, Cash $250
MARTINSON & CO. KLTr
62 Lonsdale Avenue
North Vancouver
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Mahon, McFarland & Procter, Ltd.
I    il li IH'iUiiI   i . 'II i i          |ii|iiiij »i      H i   nn    i       it
GRAND BOULEVARD
CLEARED 50 ft. Lots in Blocks IM and 227;
$900 and $1000     14 caih, 6,12,18 month*.
60 ft. Lots in Blocks 230 and 232aj $650, $700
and $800        1-4 cash, 6, 12 and 18 monthi
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Phone 6286 -  - 543 Pender Street, Vancouver
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PIONEER BAKERY
EIGHTH STREET EAST
Phone 54
Try Our Irish, French ind Homemade Bread, 20 ounce* to the loaf, Four loavei for 25c.
mAftmm NORTH VANCOUVER
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FOREST FIRES
J» connection with tha anargrti. anil
systemsti. campaign against tha de-
- va«t»tlng forest Ilia which thl* "mason
aaa beea organised aad carried forward with aa gratifying mem under
tha direction »f tha provincial ralaister
»t land*, Waa, W, 8, Jtoaa, sawidaraWs
mention baa been directed to
tba prortneisl orgsnlsatlon causes, |h.
policy of th. forest protertina aad
enasarratlaa department aiming primarily at the prevention tt Aim ra
ther thug at their suppression, wbleh
la bit sound common sense, The
carelessness af campsrs, hunters,
pra.pa.tars aad others ia dropping
eigar ar cigarette aads still burning
matches aad meat particularly la aa-
gleet of sufficient Muses ig th. making aad tba a*tins|ion of eamp 6res
together with parallel Isek pt tm
la land slsariag .nd In logging op
.ratings nresdy hava baea fnlly
dealt with gad with tha .dv.ntege
ia stimulation af publie recognition
af these sources of d.nger gad dimln-
mmnmmmmmmmmm-
utinn »f th. a»mb.r and seriaasnass
gf. farast fires,
There remain, hnwnvar a»a ..mmou
cans, of fires in tbe bash which eaeb
year's statistics show ta h»-reaper.-
sfbls far quite as mnch timber lass
as any af tha others tabulated, vis,,
the rsilways, either in construction or
in operation. As to the latter, it
sannnt be too plainly or tea ampbatical-
ly pointed out far the public's information tha| jurisdiction aver prge-
ticglly all oiistuut operating roads in
British Columbia rests aot with tha
provincial authority but with the
Dominion Oovernment through the
Railway (tomm)sslon. Only a vary
f.w of »b. astabllsbed roads—the
BhnsbgB and Okanagan and tha Victoria and Sidney ara pertinent eiam-
pies—.re under exclusively provincial
jurisdiction, together with tb. tonsil-
isn Northern Psclfie, ths first import
ant land transport enterprise to be
carried forward exclusively under
provincial .antral and witb respect
to these tb. government at Victoria
is losing no time in framing sneb regulation, a. will reduce as nearly as
poslble to tbe minimum tbe danger
ta standing timber through commnnl-
ted fires
The formulation nf these rules and
regulations is on. of;-th. first ■f.iil,
arts* directly tonehiag  tha   British
Cobiiiibla public f tbe first minlst.r
of railways, Hon, Waa, Tayllr, l<y
Hnueativ. at tb. first sablaet meeting after the Premier', return bam.
obtaining assertive approval and
that f His Honour tbe Lieutenant
Oovemor, pursusnt ta aasttan II af
the British Colombia railway act of
the   current   year   Tbe   adoptioa,
promulgation and promised strict en-
foreoniiint of these regul.tion*, rs
garde'd a. anpaMlnatle hy tha earn-
paniee, is in itself positive that ia ita
IlKed determination to p»»v»nt, las.
far as possible th* occurrence aad griev
ons waste af forest fires, tha govern
ment of tb. day ia British Columbia
m.kes no eseeptions or railway or
observance of every due pw.utlon
by eampr, logger, prospector or set
Her Those regulations in sptwial regard ta forest protection, b.aeefar-
wsnl governing tba eoastraatiaa and
operation of railway* ia British 0.1-
umbia ar. In their tut as follows
Continued in Tm**»y's issu.
North Vancouver City Ferries, Limited
Publish«d herewith is tbs profit
and loss accounts of tb. North Vancouver Oity Ferriee Limitod for lbs
months of December, 1010, and January, February, March, April, May,
and .Inne.
fb. itemiied account* are at foils*, i
t 8.11(1
. 6080,50
. 743.60
. 366.36
60.00
.     16.00
Beceipt,
P.ssenge, ticket sales
Vehicle     " "
Freight  receipt*   	
Bout   rec*lpls   	
yvbsrfag.	
7074.46
Disbursements
Ogles suppliss   ,,..,,, 8.05
Mr, Bt. (leiirgii -
Bsp. lo sag. .nil niach... 31,04
"          bull   181.31
Fu«l   870.00
Kugine  supplies     3,16
Deck   supplies     4.51)
Sir. North  Voncouver—
Bep. eng. and macb  18.78
Bep, bull    76
Fuel      446.00
Engine supplies   .,  1.83
1 Deck supplies   3.40
Halarie*     .,,, 1)38.38
llent payments     76.00
Advertising eipense    70.40
Charter .count    ....     10.00
Water account ...,  16.70
Oil, Waste and sundries  .. 36.68
Wages     •....3120,00
Printing and stationary .... 151.65
General .spans. ,  1,60
Auditors'  fee*    ,  §6.00
Van. wharf repair.     is.iw
B.p. tn eijuipnieut   , 0.00
Lighting .(count      83.84
Proportion  insurance    .... 178.48
Telephone sccount  31.06
Whsrfsg. sccount  6.00
Internet account    31.86
Tains     33.35
5356.08
Ues disbursements       5:158.1,
1718,37
I.es* estimated monthly depreciation      416.60
Nat profit over operating ax-
(MUSS      1301.87
January, 1811
BeceipU
Cssh /area 	
Paaouger  ticket  sales   .
Vehicle ticket sales  .,.
Freight  receipts   	
Wharfaga  ....	
Interest account  	
83.50
6558.50
614.40
11)4.10
6.00
113.15
6508.65
Disbursements
rJalarles    934.13
Bent payments      75.0(1
Advertising  eipense         gg.86
Charter oecuat        MM
18.45
68.63
114.61
W.ter account
Oil, wsste tnd sundries .
Printing and stationery
Lighting  account        36.30
Telephone account   	
66.60
14.50
10.00
18.36
1814.80
1.46
General  eipense   	
F, A. IN. W. system..
Brain to equipment ..
Wag.*  	
OlBc* suppliss  	
m. H(Ointge-
B*p. eng. and m.ch.,
Bep. bull    	
Fuel    	
Bag. supplies   	
Deck  supplies   	
BB,   North   Vsncouver
Hep. eijuipsaeet          ggjg
4JM
07.68
UM
33.04
ap. e»g. and tnach, „
Hep. bull   	
Fuel    ......,,,
Engine  supplies   ,,,,),,,
Drub  supplies    ,,,
loauraata  .,,,,
■ tfw ,.;;,;
Less disbursements   ,,.,   ,,,,
Us. astimated monthly d»pre
cialion      '..7,.
Net profit over operating 01-
penses
18.30
8»
440.00
7.68
6.76
178.43
83.86
4803.78
416.60
1388.34
February
Beeeipta
to.* Hum      to)
]'ass*ag<r  tick.t  sales .... 6448.50
Vahiaia met s*i«*   m.w
Wtt.-:':::::--
Advertising r.v*BH«   ..
WWwwW    wmMwwwtj    ' 111111
30,00
_,,. ihvim
pttMnmrn
om «»h*»    Lo*
■,w\>9»T-
t» malf,
'MM
ill
648
•0.18
mt
Sm^mmint ....,..,■■ 80040
,JkJ>.jmm „„,,,,   m
twwmw  ymwwwwM >■      M«W
SB. No. 1-
Bep. eng. and m.ch  30.11
B.p. bull ■•• ,--. 9.13
fuel account  ,.'.. 481.45
Desk suppliss    14.60
Salaries  ltili).ii:i
Bent payments ...,,,  76,00
Advertising eipense    108.611
Interest acuut
0)1, wait, and sundries
Printing and stationery
Light account ..,..,....
Telephone account  	
Tsies    	
Oenerai eipense ...'..,,.
P. A. k N. W. system..
Vaneouver wharf reprs..,
Bep. mpiipineiii   	
Insurance  account   ......
IjOss aud damage .,.,...,
Wages   	
N. V. ntli.e bldg. rep. ..
tion    .'   ,	
40.76
.   40,88
130.46
45.68
J.00
88.86
883.50
6.00
4.011
'3.16
837.00
7.50
1830.45
06
533.35
Less
7501.65
Mill
'   H'll'il
ruini.1'.!   . jiithly  ilepi,'
e iiii inn         I |ll VI
Net profit over operating eipense.   	
Becelpts
Cub f.rea account 	
Ticket sales  (|iasaeiiger)   ..
Vehicle ticket eales  	
Frsigbt  receipts      	
ii.ii.M
3405
8370.61)
11)48.40
363.10
0743.05
.,,.,,.,...
4.10
60.00
11.37
378.73
766.00
ll.:i:i
180.35
63.00
3.1.6V
11.31
Disbursements
Office suppies
BS. No. 8-
Bep.   eipiipilieiil    ...
Bep. eng. .ml macb.
Hep.  hull   	
Fuel account   	
Kllg.    room    supplies
Deck   supplies   	
SS. No. 1-
Bep.  equipment
Bep. eng. and mach.
Bep.  hull   	
Fuel   aceount    ,.,  618.00
Eng. room suppliss   8,14
I feck   supplies     60.34.
N. V.n. wharf rep. spec.).. 16.60
Salarise    1043.68
Adv,  eipensM    80.60
Interest  tccunt      133.05
W.ter sccount   ,41.36
Oil,  wute and  sundries....   68.83
Printing and  stationery    ..   10.60
Light  account        |6fi.g8
Taw     33.36
General   expense     IUII.IW
V.n. wh.rf rep. '  600.41
N.  V.n. wh.rf rep  178.66
Bep.   equipment  12.Ui
Wages  account  3004.60
Insurance  account  30.1.76
BS. No. .1 fuel account.... 188.00
"               "   ,.. 8.60
"            Deck   supplies 3,60
Kent payments   77.00
Deb,   interest   proportion 633.36
0743.05
Lens ilislyurseenls      7436.50
3.106.46
Us*  estimated  monthly  depre
eietlea   » .„    418.60
Nat pro8t ov.r optr.ling er
penses   	
1680,06
April
Mteiola
Caen farM   nun
I'awagor ticket  sslu   ....I0.18V.50
Vehicle  ticket  Mies     1130.46
Fralgbt   receipts     860.36
Mat mtiptt    75.no
Wharfage account     6.60
Advertising revenue     68V.00
13661.10
Dishursemsnt*
Office supplies   ,,,'i  sir,
BS. St. tltorgo-
B«p.   equipment      30.36
Bep. eng. and macb  880.46
B»P- ball     titol
Fuel account    6)8.81)
Bag. room supplies  .... 8007
Deck   supplies     g,88
SS. North   Vancouver ■-
Bep.   equipment     UM
Ben. eng. aad macb
Fuel account    3,
Van. wbarf rep, (spec.;., 1656,
N.
845,10
mn
Bent payiuaots         mm
Advertising sipense  .,..
W.ter account     	
Oil, wart* .»<! sundries
Printing and stationer/
Light account   	
inter** account 	
«*__.   n	
imMM tserouat  	
toaeral   eipenu   	
104.70
1.36
168.67
mot
Auditors' tern ....
Vaa. wbarf ran. ..;
IWt Jhmti tip.
Insurance account    8B3.T»
Loss and damsgs  lO.fa
Wages        8088.85
tf. Van. ohic bldg. rep  WM
SB.  No. 8-
B.p. .ng. and mach, •••■ :l!lul
Fuel   .."...   ,....,,...,. 086.70
Eng. room .applies  871*
Dock Buppiiaa ,.,,.,•••• wm
Bsp. equipin.nt    4.W
lieli. intersst proportion  .. 633.96
Less
18661.10
ilisburssments     I17V5.76
765.34
Uss ileprecls(ion        863.00
Net  loss   	
Becelpts
Cash fsres 	
1'aseuger  ticket  sale*
Vehicle  ticket  sales   .
Freight receipts  	
Kent  rscslpts   	
Wharfage  account   ...
Advertising   revsuue   .
87.64
, 17.15
.10873.60
. 1363.06
, 837.60
, 70.00
. 110.00
. 860.00
ITIISIO.ttO
Disbursements
ss. North Vaa. fatty No. *-
Bep,  equipment          3,60
Bep. eng. and mech    V51.86
Bep. bull        818.60
Fuel sccount     776.00
Bug. room supplies         7.08
Deck  supplies         (.80
SS. Nrtb Van. Fwry Ut. 1-
Hop. eng. aid m.ch      86.4)0
Kng.   supplies              !!.V3
Malaria.      ,  1300.83
Kent  payments   ...,      75.00
Advertising  eipense         80.80
Interact account    384.86
Oil, wute .nd sundries  ..   136.17
Printing snd stationery ....    140.611
Telephone account          840
Tases         33.36
General  eipeuo         141
Donations        400.00
Van.  wbarl  repairs       686.88
North  Van. wharf r»p.,...   |J»I«
Hep.  equipment   .,,..      vivh
liisuranc  account       883,76
8.48
3840.30
I
743.81
160.88
1036.30
88.88
8443
633.36
damage
Uss and
Wages
SS.  North  Van.  Ferry  No.
Bep. engine and math.
Bap.  hull   	
Fuel account 	
Bag. room supplies   	
Deck   suppliee   	
Deb.  intcrest    proportion..
lam  iliiliursssMsts
.11863.13
1146.87
Um estimated  monthly dapr.-
risl ieu        86340
Net profit over operating n-
penoM       8*1.(7
 •
V lone
Rtcslpt*
Cub farM   7.(4
Passenger ticket sales   ....108(8.(0
Vehicle  tiebet  sale.     1116.10
Freight   receipts     873.86
Wharfaga  account     1640
Advertising revenue     18640
Disbursement.
Ode* auiilie*  	
SS. North Van. Perry No. 8 -
Bep, eng. and nub     t
B.p, hall  „„.  14
Fuel areesat     n
Kng. room supplies    ....
SS. N. Van. Ferry No, 1-
Bep. sag aad auk.    ..  tt
He,,,   lull   	
Bag. roost suppll**  ...
Ugsl «i pease   	
rlatariea      |g
Haul paym*nt*    ..,,.
»Mh efrrgaa  	
Advertising   sipsew   ...,,.   84.10
Inlerut accogat   ,   10T.40
Oil,  wule end  sundries   ..    18141
Printing .nd .ratlaaw    .,    wULl
Liibt aerosai   ....      Ilit
Telephone aennt          »M
ftxee     4415
Auditors'   few           45JW
V.a.  Wbarf rep    136.44
N. Van. wharf rep    188.41
Kqpipmnst  np ..i       .46
Insurance proportion      463.38
Wdtwa   ..."r.. 'MU40
B8. Norlb V... Perry Ut. 8-
B»p, aag. .ad mark    38141
fcP;  MM   •■■•  -44
M -■■■■     M4444
Ihtk suppliss  ,	
Hqnlpmsof y*p	
Dab. I*t*reet     „I.U
lm disburaements
887841
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vwrnr    ... --.___ ._.,     mmmmemjwfmmw     m/mrwmw*
eltlkt  , 	
4(|»4g
MM
Nrt profit mt »fotii>H m
With, Vlgf \» i Battaring Plnwrt!
Mm-Uit *»«*■« Waagltal
Board,
Tha joint committee arranged for
by th. city aad tha district councils
and tha Board af Trad, had « msetiug
with the blisses Dawson of the North;
Vancouver hospital and baa agreed-
with the latef that an auditor ehal!
be appoint.)) tp ...minn tha hanhs al
tha institution with a view t» placing
it nn a hatter financial footing.
It is stated that th. hospital is by
no means largo enough at present npr
Well enough  equipped, .ith.r iu  the
numbers af the sistl ar ganarally t'o
enpe With th. natural iii.iru.se in
cues which srls. as the e||y grows.
Tba staff is short handetl and mar.
beds must ha addsd. Ttosii matters
will all ba lliiiroiiglily looked Inf.
Th«- has linen talk af a joint par
chase. A suggestion wss made at ope
time by the blisses Dawson that th.
joint councils should purchase the
hospital outright, hut this bu been
fonnd to be imposible ami tba prob
able upshot will be that a hospital
Board Wjll be appointed .ml tint fin
anelgl aid In tho shape of a yearly
grant will be made by ihe city an
by Ihe district to the hospital. At
tha moating pf th. district council
held last night a motion wss passed
that ths council should sgree to tbo
appointment of an auditor
Ucal Kodak Artist
Mr. J. P. Crawford, who bu re
enntly returned from ,i Uliday trip to
Atlantic Cily brought with bim an ei-
cell.'ill collection of plintoa of inter
esting features aloug the' route la
which is included s series pf picturps
Of the wrack of tlio Pennsylvania
Special which occurred us»r Pprt
Wawne, Ind. There were three powerful locomotives involved iu this wre. I.
which wu c.ussd by un. of the
trains fowling . temporary switch
which wsa in use during certain al
terminus ou tbe Hue. )|r. Crawford
look the photos personally, having ar
rived only s dsy or two sfter the
vreek occurred ami Ihey give » vl.nl
picture of Ihe hnyiff IM was wrought
by tbe impact.
——
B P, Boy Scouts
First Unailsle Oroup of thi 11. P.
Boy Scouts will not meet on Friday
Ibis week but will meet on Sat>rilsy
afternoon at 3 o'clock sharp. Lieli
Seoul is uked to tell his brother
II. il. Sbsrp, Scoutmsster.
Scout
Concert
Tbe ssnior liranrh of tbe W. A. of
St. John's church will hold a social
Thursday evening, Ibe 31st Inst, at 8
o'clock. Ailmision frse. All members
of lb. congregation ar. invited snd
it is hoped Dial now members will
avsil tbemselvee of this oportuuity
lu meet.
Beal BstaU
I| is asaouncal from among Ihe
real uiat. dealers of tbe cily that
several good sales of residences have
consummated within tbe put week
agfl tbat the demand for Ibis etui
of. property   is  quits  brisk.
Among other deals completed waa
on. sf a (na dwelling houae en 141b
Avenue west. Tbi* wu sold by th.
owner, Ur. Wm. Knowlee, for tbe sum
of (6,360 wbicb ie considered a good
price for tbe house and lot Tbe same
(nn wbicb put tbis dsal ttrough bu
Sin*, announcing it Jut i iiinpl.lcd aa
other of about similar proportion
Mrs. J. Kllingsao of Florence, Wub.
accompanied by ber children and Mrs.
N. C. Johnson of Arlington, Wub,
bava lieen visiting far lb* put weak
at tboMiowe of Hr. .ml Wra. Kiting
e«u on Unadsle Av.. Tb.y l.ft for
tb. return journey an lb. 0, N. train
•a W*>lu*eil»y wilh lb. Imt imprn
slons af tbs growing city aa Ibis .id.
af tb. laid.
mmW'mmW
Hint, NOT JOB
NOTICB is  hereby  given  (bat   an
application will be mads under Part
V. Of lb* "Water Art, 1808," lo ol,
lata a Bum. la tk* New WeeimiMtai
Division of Nsw WMlmiiuler    Dis
trie*.
(a.)  Tb* nam., pdltm and occu
potion of Iba .pplir.nl -Um. •,! Town
slay, B**l Kslsts Broker, 638 Pender
Strut, V*ncouv»r, B l).
tit tit mining pufpaeas) Free Kin
•r'e   lertKcat*  Be.
(b.) tbe nam. af th. Ml., stream
•r eource (if unnamed, lha deecrip
lion is) Cyprus Creak.
(t.) The point of diversion Two
(8) miles gp stream (,»p mapth pn
District Ut 844.
(4.) . The quantity of wale, applied
III II. cubic f**t per second)-4 (II
mlm'e inches).
(e.) Tb* abaratrtef of „c pr#p«**3
worka-Own.
(I.) Th* premises s. wbf«f) the
Watar |* In b. used (Amftin tnnu)~
Oiettkt Ul llll.'
(g.) Tb. puipntm Itt wbicb Ibe
waler la la ha ml- l-wed
(b.) If for Irrigation dawrib. the
land intwdad la bs irrigated, girJM
Am\m9 we miaht my about these Ranges
would he atiperflous. 1% Are top well
known lo need boosting.   0UR TERMS;
$10 down   .   $10 per month
We are sole agents:
Paine & McMillan
Corner First Street end Lonsdale Ave,
North Vancouver, Phone 12
it
North Shore Cleaning and Dyeing Works
111 Firgt Street We«t
Proprietors—% hiitm, Tailor; P. Nohminton, late with tlm
H. C. Cleaning ami Dyeing Co., Vancouver, li. C,
Ladies' & Gentlemen's Garments
of all Description Cleaned,
Dyed or Pressed
We specialize in Repair Work
Hats Cleaned and Blocked
Feathers   Cleaned, Dyed   or
 Curled
We givfiywj Contracts fpr Gerils'
Suits and save you Money
PJw»p?p7 We'll calFanddT-
liver (jtijpkly
Give us a trial and patronize lite
North Shore
111 First Street West
(i.) If tb. water is In be used fur
jmwer ur mining |Hirpuses describe tlie
piece wlisn; tbe water Is to bs returned
tu soms natural channel, and lbs difference ig altitude betweon point of
livorsiun snd point of return.
(j.) Area of Crnwn land iuloiiilinl
to lie occupied by the proposed worbs
\
(b.) This notice wu piisinl on tbe
Tilril dsy of Augnst, lull, ami uWl,
iiiliiin will be inailii lo the I'mnuii.,.
nonor on thr |Tlnl ilny of tioptemjii r,
1UII
| (I.) Otvii the names ami adilrcsses
of any riparian prnpriuliirs or li'iiu,
hues who or wlmsc htnli' arjvjik|tily t',
be sircilcil by llm proposed Burks,
oithcr above or below tlm   outlet.
Agent for Kr«e»t Townslov
(f, 0. Address)   P. I), Hoi ltl.
NOTM-Oiie tuljii.' font per soconil
is cijiiivalcnt to 'lfi.71 miner's inches
(tiigiisutre)   IIKNHV   Hl|i)li|;,s,
*    Vancouver, It, II.
|fi-B ■
\
i
"
——
Drug Store Snaps
. i
Tanglefoot Fly Paper, 2 double sheets
for 6c, or 50o per box
47U Sojp >. (iOnbox
Modified Milk, large nine l;w. tin
Allenbury's Food, half rjoiten . $180
.1 „ . I dozen  fiJ.BO
„ No. 3 Food fiSceach
,i i,    „       |<3.!tli5 dozen
Preston's Kidney Cure 7fic boi ibt
PeptonUed Wine of Beef .v. Iron #1.011
CI0AIW BY^JJrt: HOX
Marguerite, ^5 in btfi $1.50
Tuokett's Club Speciol   $).7f)
RAZORS & SHAVING SUPi'UFS
King Cutter and G»rbo Mflgnetfn
Razors,,  $2.50
Gillette  and  Ailtostrop Safety
Razors .....$5.00
G^fn Junior and Ever Ready
S»fety Raitors $1.00
Strops from :..,50o to $2.00 each
All Raiora Abaolutely Guaranteed
Monty Refunded If Not Satisfactory
Nortfc Shore Drug Co.
P. S. THOMAS, Pluia. B, Drufgiat
Uf ESPUNADE f 1ST. PiW3n
i—sail
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