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VOLUME U
NOBTH VANOOUVBE, B. 0., FRIDAY OOTOBBB 18, 1811.
NUMBEB 11
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H. H. STEVENS, M.P. AND
NORTH VANCOUVER
Pronouncement on  Post Office Matters—
Address to the Conservative Association,
lir. li. H. Slovene, Ml', was yesterday the guest of tbe North Vancouver Conservative Association. During the afternoon he was in conference
with tho executive ami iu tho evening
a banquet was given in his honor iu
the l'aiacu Hotel. I_tor from the platform of Larson's Pavilion tbo new
member, wilh his notes written on a
shred of |iapcr about the size ol a .lime
delivered a speech which was remarkable fur lack of hcsitaiicy, admirable
iu argument ami expression and overflowing throughout witb just tbat bus
in'.-..', acumen which a city like Nortb
Vancouver particularly requires iu her
representative at Ottawa. This gathering was under the auspices ut' the
Conservative Asseeiatiou umi it was
Mr. 0. H. Uorilen's happy privilege to
prcsido over a largo audience.
Iu opening Ihe proceedings Ur. Morden submitted tbat as an Association
they were to be congratulated upon Ihe
excellent fight tbey bad put up ou
the uorth shore at the recent election
returning tbeir candidate witb a two-
in une vote aud four votes to the gum!.
Also tbey were to lie congratulated in
tbat tbeir member's destiny would not
be Ibat of sitting in cool seats in the
shade of the opposition, but would involve the taking of au active part iu
the work of the Dominion government.
Touching upon provincial affairs Mr.
Mur.leu said that they bad now a focus
of conditions sucb that British Columbia could be -iiiil to bsve 'mn' into her
own.   Mr. florilcn who, in his ol i
bail included fuur representatives from
tbe west, was fully cognizant Of west
eru needs, so tbat there were sow
iiiniiy expcctaloifs which they might
reasonably look lo bsve fulfilled by the
liiiniiiiiiiii government Mr. Borden
wuulil deal wilh Ihe needs of Ihe west
ou the broad lines of statesmanship,
recognising lhat it was in the west that
lay the great national resources. Tbey
bad just cause to be thankful for the
magniflccut verdict that bad been giv
cu in in--nr of Ihe Conservative party
uu tbat historic day, September 1'lnd
1911.
At tbis juncture, on tbe motion of
Mr. Bcbultx, seconded by Mayor Mc
Neisb, and unanimously carried, a rcso
lutiou uf welcome to the now (lover
nor Uencral, His Koyal Highness tbe
Duke of t'ouiiaugbt, was cuimnittcd to
tbe bauds of the Association's icere
tary, Mr. Percy King, lo be forwarded
to ibe Duke's secretary.
Mr. Stevens, who was given a tumultuous greeting, said be was sure
tbat be would be extremely ungrateful
if be did nol appreciate tbe size of tbo
audience before bim. It was not difficult to get a good gathering al election
time when everyone was keyed up to
tbe situation, but he had hardly hoped
for such a large assembly thai nigbl.
He expressed bis warm appreciation of
the eamjiaign work done by North
Vancouver. He was, perhaps, as little
known in Norlh Vancouver as in any
olher part of this constituency, snd be
only bad one opportunity of addressing
tbem. Since being returned, he bad
been exceedingly busy meeting hie
frindsand discussing various problems
and acquainting himself with the needs
of the constituency. He bsd been gre
tilled at tbe splendid assistance given
him by their Board of Trade, councils
and other official and semi official bod
las in tbis respect and be hoped lhat
for all these graces tbey would accept
a sincere expression of'tbanks from a
mau wbo appreciated wbat was Irue
worth in others.
Turning lo matters of business, Mr.
Stevens dwelt witb the Second Nsr
rows Bridge. Tbis, be ssid, was a
question of deep importance and significance to citizens of Nortb Vans uu
VsSr. He felt amazed at the wonderful
growth of the city and every lime ho
came over he saw remarkable advance
ment made. So tbat such problems as
tbis must be regarded from tbe standpoint of tbe future ae well as the prce
est. , This bridge meant not only connection with the other aids, but, what
is vital to all cities, railway connection
He understood that they had been pro
mised by tbe Dominion government a
subsidy of something like fiOfiOO. lie
thougbt tbey were justified in asking
for a larger subsidy than thai. Quite
gMOyOOO ought to be procured, He wu
Ip favor of Us generous expenditure
at public funds as long as they wars
soundly invested. He considered that
IIMMO invested in that bridge would
mean a grest Increase in custom re
tame, which would justify sucb a sab
sidy. Whon the government first
agreed to grant tbat sum ($20,000),
the construction of the bridge was regarded as a speculation. Now it was
an absolute necessity. Hu would certainly urgo tbe government to place in
their estimates 1800,000 for tbe Hoc
ond  Narrows  Bridge.
Mr- Stevons then mado reference to
public buildings in Nortb Vancouver.
At present tbey had no public build-
mi'.- of any account. They had a rent-
oil post office which was not really
wbat was known as a post office at
all. He did uoi wish to cast reflections
on the personnel of the system. "You
must have here a post office," declarod
the member, "established under the
department, under an able and cap
nble postmaster," The situation at
present was so absurd tbat he had not
yet been able to grasp it. They must
crtainly he granted all the facilities
that the civil servico can give tbcm.
Tbat would be ono of bis projects. A
post office site had been purchased jusl
prior to the clusc of the last govern
monl, and Mr. Stevens described tbe
manner in which Ibis deal bad been
put through as "characteristic of Bub
Kellyism."
tbat tbe bslauce would come in due
course.
He would also uot allow tbo fisheries
question to become dormant. Ten
or twelve yeara ago they bad 8,000
white fishermen,  Today tbey had 10,-
000 Japanese Why should the greatest industry thoy hail on tho Pacific
coast bu in the hands of an alien
racot
Dealing with the navy problem, Mr.
Stevens contended that if they were
going to have a navy, and if tho empire was to hold together, the defence
of the empire must be under one control. Self-governing countries should
have their representatives on an Imperial board of dofenco. He outliued
the tremendous obstacles in the navy
of their ever establishing tbe ship
building industry on a large scale in
I'uii.'iiiu mul voiced his own opinion
which was evidently that of the meeting's, thai they should be willing to
allow tbeir ships to be built in tbe old
country. For ever 100 years Ihe Eug-
lish taxpayer had been paying Canada's bills and why should tbey be
grudged the order to build an extra
warship or two fur t'untnlai "Let us
here pay our attention to the great natural resources that we have at our
doors," pronounced Mr. Stevens, "and
let us pay for the protection of our
commerce un Ihe high seas,"
The meeting terminated wilh musi
01 honors und a great display of enthusiasm.
That term was Ihe most extreme he
could conjure up. Tbey wore taking
steps, however, to have the matter
looked Into and proceedings might
promptly be slopped. He personally
favored the suggestion lhat bud been
made to secure the cily ball site for
a post office. A cal of tbut kind, in
whicii the site would be sold direct tu
the government by the cily could not
evoke public criticism. Mr. Stevens
read a telegram from the Minister of
the Board of Works acknowledging
Mayor McNeish's telegram promising
to suspend action in the matter ami lo
receive representations on bis return
from Quebec' Touching more generally on Ibe theme of public buildiiigs
the member said that In bis opinion a
public inul.iing ju a cily should l,e mure
than a place wherein business might
be Iransaetcd; it should be a thing of
architectural beauty something that
would assuredly inspire in the citizens
and children a deeper respect for their
government and tbeir country ami
would eland as a constant reminder
of tbe nobler things iu life. Now was
tbe time if possible, to secure iu some
central location sites for a group of
public buildings of wbicb tbey would
be proud  iu  the future years.
The quest im, ol harbor Improvements
said Mr. Slovens, was of such deep significance that he would have lu deal
wilh it from more lhan a local inter
est. Tbey would certainly bave Ibe
dredge in ibe Fife! Narrows fur widen
ing purposes u soon as possoble so tbat
the access to the port would be easier
und the iusuraucc less. They must
also have the nortb arm of tbe Fraser
river developed for coasting traffic
and logging. Across tbe mouth of
Kni-.- Creek, iu which traffic wss annually increasing, lay s sandstone bar
which it would be necessary to blast.
With reference to tbe main harbor,
Mr. Stevens said thai matters required moro than passing attention. The
Panama renal would be open for Iraf
fir in two years' time. Portland, San
Francisco, Seattle, snd Tscoms were
now spending millions of dollars in .or
der to handle tble traffic when Ibe
lime comes. Wbat wss this province
going lo do iu order to provide for the
increased traffic through tbe Panama
i'analf It must that tbere was go'
ing to be developed a class of trade
wbicb they had never handled before
In tbe hinterland of North Vancouver
they bad a tremendous)wheat growing
country capable of producing 600,000,
wo bushels of wheat per year, and all
tbat traffic must come ibn.ugb the bar
bor of Vancouver. But they had keen
competition over Ibe mountains at Ed
inniitnn Mr. Stevens declared himself
in favor of the naturalization of
ports. It wu not s local question, it
affected the comnyrce of the whole Dominion. A naturalized port wu eccee-
siblc at sll times to sll traffic and they
wasted the shipping of the world lo
know that when,they came to Vaa
couver they could be sore of dockage
at equal rates will sny other trans
portation lias. He would advocate at
Ottawa thst s commission be appointed
to Investigate thie whole question.
Sueh a great scheme must be laid oat
by the best men procurable. If Ihey
could only gst the government to tab
this flrst step, hs had a« doubt but
ARRIVAL OF DUKE AND
DUCHESS OF OONNAUQHT
His Boysl Highness, ths Duks
of Oonnaugbt snd the Duchess,
arrived st Quebec on tbe Empress
of Ireland lut evening st six
o'clock for tbs purpose of aa-
suniing the offlce of Governor
General of Canada.' The official
landing of tbe uew Governor
took place today. In view of
this event the vsrioius articles
and Illustrations In thla issue re
lstlve to tbe Duke of Conniught
and family will be of Interest.
FEBBY DIBEOTOBS MBET
A meeting of the ferry directors was
held yesterday afternoon. Mayur Me
Ncish presiding. A letter was read
from Inspector Twist, embodying bis
final official report ou Ferry No. ,'l. According lo the Inspector, all the sped-
fled repairs had been completed wilb
the exception of the glSrs in Ibe cabin
windows.
A resolution was |jssed authorizing
Ihe transfer of a lease from tyr. Fred
Tuck to Messrs. Peters, lawley and
Travis, Ibe latter firm agreeing lu as
sume all Ibe sworn liabilities of Mr.
Tuck in consideration of their receiving transfer of lease which expires on
May 31st, 1U1S.
The Hireling terminated with the ap
proval of the September accounts
which amounted lo 11,216.
SITE FOR POST OFFICE
Protest to Be Forwarded to Ottawa — Mayor
McNeish's Telegram.
At an aflernoon aeuion of the city
council yesterday, it was moved, seconded and carried Ibat the I. il.suing
protest against the recent purcbaacoi
a post office site V- forwuri.il lo Ottawa:
"Memorial and protest Iro.'j the cii,
i/eii.-i and electors of N.iiin Vancouver
to the Honorable the Minuter of Public Worka al Olt.nn, regarding ihe
purchase ol a post office sile for Ibe
city of North Vancouver!
"That your mcmorulists lie ji.et
learnt that arrangements have lum
made ' by your Honor's nepnitrocnl,
through the Liberal executive in Noitb
Vancouver, to purcba.se lots 39. 10,11
and 12, block 156, D. I., ill, lor a.'lie
for a post office atad cue: ens ollicein
the cily at a coat ol 150,000.
Tbut the said sile is not so located as to be suitable and tbe post office should not be located tbere. Only
those doing business with tbe local
pout office can realize bow important
it is lo have ifie right location, and
the loss that will mult from having
a wrong one, and neither our citizens
nor our representatives bave been consulted in any way regarding the selection made.
"Tbut  the price paid for tlie   said
from these owners in ordor to
sell tbem tb Iho government at
tho price stated.
"That your memorulists think ih,
selection of a post office site is oi such
vital importance to this whole community that they or tbeir representatives should be freely consulted before
any final arrangement is made. Tho
mayor ol this city and the pnsjdcnt
ol the board oi trade have already
had negotiations witb your Honor's
department regarding arrangements
which bad the approval of. the city-
council and which they were prepared
lo submit lo the vole of the electors
ol the cily. These arrangements appeared to be satisfactory lo your department and it ig a matter ol extreme disappointment here tbat the
arrangements now complained ol have
been made instead."
On Wednesday, Muyor McNeish dispatched the following lolcgram lo Ottawa:
To Ibo Minister of Public Works:
Council of City ol North Vuncouver in open mooting assembled ino t
emphatically protest against selection
purchase or use of lots 30 to 13, in
block lo/i as sile lor post offioe iu this.
cily.    Locution nol suitable (or  pur
FOR SALE—Pure bred young game
Bantams.   Apply Kean, 188 Ith st. W.
17-10
lots is al Icnsl 113,000 higher than pose. Price paid much higher tban
their fuir market value, ond il is a'lair market value and should lie sub-
subjeel lor legitimate inquiry as to:     jeel  ol inquiry..     Sole should be re-
1. Whal sum wns paid to the owners 'pudiated il possible and local author
of Ihe properly who bave luj% litics consullcd on the matter,    Mem-
iieltl il, lorial and protest   from   OJtiscns   und
2, Who formed Ihe intervening   syn   electors following.
dicule who bought   the properly) v,'j|, McNEISH.
District Council Meeting
BT.    ANDREW'S    PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH, NORTH VANOOUVER
The regular weekly meeting ol the! The competition fur designs for 81.
district council wus held lust nigbl.      Andrew's Presbyterian church has been
Kccvc MiAnught wus in the choir, decided in fsvor of th plans sent in by-
all the councillors were present. Andrew Dewur of Mackay Alienor, It-
A letter was received from ibe ll.'pu- .hitecls. Norlh Vancouver. Fifteen
ly Mim.1,-1 of Works, staling thnt tbe architects frum Vnncuu.cr. Scuttle oml
department would semi their tnitiuc.r Other towns competed. Tho design is
lo investigate the mutter oi iui; nr.- 'Gothic with tuwer uml spire on III
ing Lynn creek channel, lb.' mnller nortbcasl corner; open timbered roof,
was reienxil lo lie, u- McNuugbl and uml to be built of brick. The same ur
Councillor Hrrdgmun to attend to      Hbitccls tunc been entrusted wilb the
A petition was read, Irom Ksldcols **•'" uf the manse "for the Hev.
on King street, asking Ibat a sidewalk Bo~lc| ***'hnd. ll is expected that
be laid Irom Lonsdale to St. An ires   ""' ""*' c0" of "1C ,1,u"1' ul"1 """'*''
>s soon as possible.     It was
ibat the n ,u. sled sidewalk ,:
Is', i Is' I
be uver ::'"."""    Willi  the   tall
i.ii,  lower ami spire tlie new church will he
u conspicuous feature in the landscape
of North Vancouver.
Express Classified Ads.
FOR BALE
FOB SALKr-Oood singing canaries.
Handsome, healthy birds, H euch,
hens, (i!. Lowndes, llth Si, near
Lonsdale. 20-10
FOB SALE-Fresh milk from local
herd of cows. Eight quarts for tl, delivered. Apply East End Dairy, Nortli
Vancouver. 3-11
FOB SALE-Firet growth dry wood
Iqr {Lull per cord, 4 ft. O. MoDadc,
Phono 63 t.l.
FOR BALE-Fresb milk from local
herd of cowe. Eig)it quarts for tl, delivered. Apply North Vancouver East
hind Dairy.
FOR SALK-Oue blucli from Lous-
dale car line, t'itt) cash, balance over
It months Pulmer & Mellwuinc, 3ti
l.ousilulc  Ave.   Phono  110. tf
FOR SALE—3a foot lut, cleared,
graded, splendid view, second bluck
from Lonsdale car line, tliill cash, balance over 13 mouths. I'ulincr . Mellwuinc, 30 Lonsdale Ave.   I'liouo Ilu n'
FOB SALE — A bargain. Cash or
terms. Two cottages on -'nils stroot.
Very dcsiroblo location, five minulei
(rom Lonsdale school, three minutes
(rom cor line. Ready (or occupancy
about October 1st. Apply li W
Eaton, Nortli Vancouver Coal k Sup
ply Co.    Phono 178. t.f.
WANTED
WANTEU-Stnort route Boys.     Apply, Daily Province Office, Ilh street.
1710
WANTED-Sewing of all kinds.
Children's underwear uml dresses u
specialty.   Mrs. Buwcs, Boseobel, tth
and ' lie i. iin l
WANTED--Lady roomer, wilh board
if desired, in private family. Apply
Box 13 Express office. 17 10
WANTED- Furnished bouse or bun
galuw by loth November, Apply Bux
Al Express office. 17-10
WANTED-r-To buy huuse and lol.
Small lirst puyment. Apply Box Al
Express office. 17)11
WANTED—Wo have mooey to Invest in close-in North Vancouver property. If you wish to sell call sud
give us your listings. Palmer k He
llinync, 30 Lonsdale Ave. Phone IHI.
20-10
MISCELLANEOUS
■I. I.oulcl aud North Lunsdule
NOBTH VANOOUVER TENNIS
CLUB
A ni"'tug in connection wilb Ihe
Norlh Vancouver Tenuis Club was held
on Tuesdsy night in Mr. Alexamlcr
Philip's large room oo the E»plana<le.
Tbe old executive was re elected with
one exception, namely tbe secretaryship. Mr. Donaldson resignol under
protest ami amid many expressions of
legret, and Mr. 1. ti. Bogcrs was elected in his stead, Mr. Donaldson taking
his place on tbe committee. It was
slated that tbeclub's affaire were in
very satisfactory condition finau
rially ami in olber repels. Tbe pros
peels fur next year were exceedingly
bright and an enlarged membership
was expccled. Tbey would probably
upeu the season witb five courts, but
there was room for extension should it
lie desired. Those North Vancouver
ile.< who would indulge in Ibis fascinating sport should not fail to get inle
touch witb Ihe club's secretary.
fid il at Lonsdale Pburmecv Pbone UU
laid os soon as Ibe bonis.,ml cut in
a completed slate.
Mr. I .1. Il.iiilniliitn.■.-. asked b" Cic
permission (o publish and print a new
map of ihe North Vancouver .li-siict.
The clerk was instructed -i nri.e Nr.
Bartholomew, asking tbe l.tltr to Oc
1 their next council meting,
I (win it request Irom the Vancouver
harbor improvemenl coinmi".v tbiln
commillee ol Uo (rom eieh  n.ini'.i
polity aud board ol trade interested,  ' ■
be appointed to deriss ways and M. H. Bayment for first class dress
means oi how best lo lung aboul lb' uiskiug. Second bouse. Ml, street H.,
development and monism in o! ibe 'adjoining west of Boulevard ami car
harbor aud (he udjoiiiiii: wilrrf.ont    line. If
oges, Reeve McNaught onl ('• iwillo.   	
Allan were appointed to acl I   jjlsi !„ 11. Bertram of Vuniouvcr,
The Wcsl Shore V Nor I ban. Lard I,anchor of ,liM0 a„,j tmu,f, i,c„0D,
Co. Ltd. asked ihe coumi I.i appoint 'yjvrn In North Vancouver. Terms ti
a special constable for wkil... (i;finti'ljj,t.r moolb. Begiuners a specialty.
vicinity, as it wae founl npecss-ry I" J Apply Express Office, Box A3.     1011
have some one there in /sJlhoiily   lo ,   . 	
suppress lawlessness commit Iiii I here ' p,)|< 8A|,K OK T0 j,KTrSeven
by those who visit the place, on Sun- ' |K11, jmff m iM „|m,( wMl gJ
days especially. Tbe miller was re- Mi|lM( c(,UVMlul.c, Apply on pren,
ferred lo the chisel ol |iiltec. ,H,„ j;t j„
Sew-rel letters were rcotj drawing tho 	
ni lent ion of the council lo lb" (rat) Br. si, C. Morrison, dentist. Poet
need ol water and sidewalks in |>. L- 'iraduole, Chicogo University. Rooms
'Dtel. These were referred lo Ine liiu.nl  ii and 10, New Post office block,    t.f.
WANTED-Oirl lo look after   two
children and help  wilih   housework.
lioosl wages.   Apply at bungalow, N.W.
comer of First street and 81. Andrew's
1310
MUST CEASE TUNNELLING
Ur. Justice Morrison has granted an
injunction against Meesrs. Romano
Pinto It Co., restraining thnl firm
Irom further tunnelling work in con-
aeotion with that contract with the
dty of Nortli Vancouver.
Mr. W. B. A. Bilehic. K.C. appeared
yesterday in tin eupreme Court Chambers oo bchall of tin city and made
lb* application. Mr. J. A. Harvey,
I.C. represented tin Im ot Romano,
Pinto k Co. This firm entered into
a contract witk Ike Nortb Vancouver
council to lay mm mains throughout
tke oity. b ordUr to save money,
running into thousands, the contractors "tunnelled" instead of "diUked."
The city claimed tkst tkic was dan
gsroue and inconvenient to Ihe pubic.
o( works. x~~~~
A large number ol oppositions, ask- j The Cily Dye Works has establish
ing lor road improvements and laying ed s branch cor. Esplanade E. ami
ol aidowelke were received and i.lerr-  I-ourdalc.   First class work al nfUdCr
cd fo tbe respective committees, oiler
which Ihe council adjourned.
NORTH VANCOUVBB'S BO ABO OF
TRADE 8BNDS MESSAGE OF
WBLOOMB
The following welcome tslsgram was
■cot to Ibe new Governor-General, try
the Board ol Trade:
"His Royal Hrgbneas, Ike Dabs oi
Connaugbt and Strathearp:
Trad* loyally Under a kaarty snslcone
"The North Vaaooursr Board of
to your Roys! Higfcaaas on yeat arrival in Canada as Gov«raor-fle_aral
of ihis graat Doarinion ami reapeotM-
ly exprese tke hope tkat hoppinrtw and
prosperity stay attend your Royal
HighneM aad family during your ten
ars of ottos M representative ol our
beloved ~*mmnn
ate  rates,  cleaning,  dyeing, p/csiing
and repairing.
MONET TO LOAN
MONEY TO UOkS on approved property. Agreement* of sale purchased.
O. R  Hickman, tM Lonsdale.     22 10
Wo specialize in North Vancouver
properly and wish lu list properties
direct from owners. SCANDINAVIAN'
INVESTMENT CO., Hi'/, Cordova
Street west. -   10 10
I'OK RENT
TO BENT- -6 room fiat, 111 Lonsdalo
Avenue.   Apply Music Store. If
TO LET-Suitable bedroom for fuur
respectable men, fl'.''" each per week
or with board. Mrs. Dowie, lit ilnl
street casl. IT lu
Comfortable  front   room  for  rem,
furnished.   110 Ipper Keith Boad.
SO 10
HOI'SE FOB RENT- Apply Wcsl
em Cottage, Western Avenue, near
Lonsdale and Mib street, North Vaueouver. 13 10
ROOMS FOR BENT-Iiouickeeplng.
.'It* 'Imi street cast. 21 lo
FOR BENT -Seven roomcil house,
I'liriuii e. fully modern, garden. Eigbtb
street, good view. Apply Colonial
Apartment House, tth street east, tf
FOB BENT - Five room bouse on
N. W. corner of 1st and Chesterfield.
Bent |20 per month. Canadian Financiers, Ltd., Bank ol Hamilton Bldg.
a
lUfnO to loan nt I par cent, on first
—ertpfe incaine property on or within
two blocks at Untitle Ave.
IBWIN A UlfiilriOB CO. UTO.
—Mf
*mwT
L08T-On tWnrday, October 10),
l Diamond aad Bapkire Brooch.
Reward at tbis oflre. IJW
WWT-Fo* terrier, wkltej Mack
spots os tail and ens black eye. For
saward apply Boi 09 Express oMce.
17-101 North Vaeoirfcr.
EDUCATIONAL
LADT—Certified wishes pupils Itt
pianoforte and theory. Terms moder
ste.  Bos Att, Espress Office.     Ill
ART CLAMM.-During the Winter
months hUt* Aiptll Iptlrenlnl by
Xnrlleh aa* Forelio Hoyalty) w|ll
holt clsseee la (t, Mutant's Jobooi.
Mahea Avenue, 'oil aad Water Color
ttlpttag, tm tmung, Hlumliailea,
Itoblni for Book Plates, etc. Private
lessons by arrangement. For.terms,
etc., Hintt tnply Pest OSes pox list,
i7-ie THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, ft 6
$1 down and
$1 per week
ii H i. .i.i in
See the "Canada's Pride
Malleable Range sold on
tho above low terms, wltb
or without hot water connections.
Ageuts for the "Monarch Malleable" the stay-
satisfactory range. Wood
ami coal heaters ranging
iug frum 13.00 to 113.00
each
Agents for Shield Brand Building Papers, Bapco Pure
Paints, Oils and Varnishes.^
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
Phone 88.
ESPLANADE WEST.
THE MAN WHO
COMES TO LOOK
receives the same glad welcome here
as he man who comes to buy, our
primary object at this time being to
acquaint the men of North Vancouver
with the advantages in quality, service
and price, to be exclusively obtained
at this store.
We don't expect to sell you goods
before you know us, our goods and
our business methods, so we invite
you to call; "Snoop around" a bit
and get acqainted.
CUMMING
QUALITY CLOTHIER      113 LONSDALE AV.
LOTS IN BAYV1EW
D. L. 621 k 2075 on Keith Road,
a short distance west of the Imperial Car Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Co.'s properly. $300 and $325 each-$20 cash,
balance easy terms. Theae lots command an uninterrupted
view oi three miles oi Hurrard Inlet.   Good soil ami level.
Call or write for descriptive pamphlet.
S. F. MUNSON
333 Pender SL W.
Phone Seymour 5654
NoVth Shore Cleaning and Dyeing Works
Ul First Street West
Proprietors—E. Laukin, Tailor; P, Nukminion, late with the
H. C. Cleaning and Dyeing Co., Vancouver, li. C.
Ladies' & Gentlemen's Garments
of all Description Cleaned,
Dyed or Pressed
We specialize in Repair WorL
Hats Cleaned and Blocked
Feathers   Cleaned,  Dyed   or
Curled
We give you Contracts for Gents'
Suits and save you Money
Phone 207 we'll call and deliver quickly
Give us a trial and patronize tkt
North Shore
111 First Street West
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd.
*       (LONDON. ttUiLAND)
ASSETS'. $04,900,000'
SolsAgaDt
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC.      10 LONSDALE AVENUE
THE DUKE OP CONNAUGHT
at mm aneetbym
Pbons 157    /____!.
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PRINCE ARTHUR OF
CONNAUGHT SUCCEED-
ING AS A DIPLOMAT
I'rlin'u Artbur of Connaught Is ons
ot the most popular of tin British
Roysl family snd without doubt ons
of ths most promising. It Is a curious
fact thst Utile comment has been
msde on the striking confidence placed
by King Md ward In a young man of
only S3 years of sge. In the past two
years Prince Artbur liss been despatched on three lm|Kirtant diplomatic missions, to Uotha, to represent lbs
King at the funeral of a relative; lo
Rome to attend the christening of tht
young Prince of Pledmou, and to Berlin to witness the opening of the great
Hew cathedral lasl year. Though the
King's represeulsllve mlghl espect
perfect but only formal courtesy from
the hands of the Kaiser. Prince Arthur
accomplished much more. In the few
days' stay he became to all appear
ances Intimate wilh the German Emperor, who had before Hie Prince left,
bestowed on him tbe Black Eagle,
equivalent to the British Garter.
Prince Ailliur'B career su far has
been varied and Interesting. The son
of the King's soldier uncle, Field
Marshal the Duke of Connaught, hs
was born st Windsor In 1883. From
Eton and Sandhurst he Joined ths
Queen's Own lluassrs this father having previously refused for him the litis
of Duke hi Ssse Coburg-Goths to
which Ihe Prince was heir. In 1903 ht
Went tu the Transvaal aa a full lieutenant. He wall Invalided home, witk
a reputation for soldierly thoroughness In all he did. He had no eiptr-
lence than of diplomatic missions, sad
It wss s high tribute to his capacity
that he waa chosen lo represent tha
King subiequenl to his recovery.
There Is but little personal gossip
concerning the Prince, who Is a devotee of soldiering. He Is, however,
the tallest member of ths British
itoyal family, an apparently confirmed bachelor, and a special favorite of
tht king's, lis Is known u "Tbt Soldier Prince," snd rivals Prince Louis
of Hattenberg, tht ".tailor Prince," in
popular esteem. He Is liked none Ihe
worst for hit wisb to bs treated In the
Army ou exactly tht same rooting u
bis brother officers.
While at Eton he was known in Us
fellows as plain "Connaught," and hai
a hearty objection to being treated
a Royalty. An amusing Incident Is relates! In this conntctlon. During ih*
Diamond Jubilee ctlebraUona, tht 1st*
Queen drove lo Eton College to receive
a r»y,l address from her youthful subjects. Tbs royal carriage drew up, tht
address was read, and the boy»
cheered. Suddenly her Majesty beckoned with her fan to someone near
the carriage and asked, "Where Is
Arthur?" The young Prince, who bad
sought an unobtruslvs position behind
his comrades, wss pushed Into prominence, compelled to. walk In solemn
silence across to the Queen's carriage,
and to submit lo a hearty kiss in full
view of hundreds of his schoolmates.
I I
*WJ We have just receive^ a large new stock of Carpet
Squares and Rugs imported direct, which we will sell
at prices that cannot be beat.
fl We especially invite the public to visit our Parlor
Furniture and Carpet Department upstairs.
The Home Furnishers
128 Lonsdale Ave. North Vancouver
* \f
Mahon, McFarland & Procter, Ltd.
•mmmm
GRAND BOULEVARD
CLEARED SO ft. Lots in Blocks 226 and 227;
$900 and $1000      1-4 cash, 6,12,18 months.
50 ft. Lots in Blocks 230 and 232a; $650, $700
and $800 1-4 cash, 6, 12 and 18 months
Phone 6286 -   -  543 Pender Street, Vancouver
North Vancouver City
CLEARED LOTS 50 ft x 147 ft.
In BLOCKS 15,15a, 16 and 16a. D.L. 550.
PRICES; $7 50 to $ 1000 according to location.
TERMS: 1-4 Cash, Bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.
ACREAGE in District Lots 546 and 550
In Blocks of from On^ to Four or more acres.
PRICES: from $2000 to $32,50 per acre
TERMS: 1-4 Cash, Bal. 6,12,18 & 24 months
The Grand Boulevard extendi through thii property
m fi
i
FOR PLANS/PRICE UST AND PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
The North Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company, _£
843 PENDER ST.  ___5» VANCOUVER, B. C ■
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, P.
■~~~~~---"
\t
Diitriot pf North V«ww
4 Utihpm to pmrsmriM to* nurrlw "il
ul tk* urn* ul l.ucal Improve-
mtut pf Keith Ilo.d |Wm)I IK*
r.i.ip, u> nn* »; l.of»tl Nnffir*-
meut llelieatures Ike ium ol
• 100,000 to »ror|d» i.usl <sf lot-
POII ol cam la* out Ikt i*M
imrk, ap* I.. asltll an.I |*W
Ike l.ueal Improvement rill Or
TM required tt pruvl.lp lur tke
Varment ul Ike lulere.l au.l to
aeuumulale p Hlaklua; 1'uuil to
tat o* tk* l*lf> »»b|H**rfre».
WHIiltBAB thu Weil Capl|i»no 1>1»-
trlct IjocuI imiirovenioiit Dyl.tiw, 1810,
waa iiiisi.-is-si is.- tlte Council of tlm Wi
trlut of Nortn Vanoouver to provide
for ss:.. -I ts.iiiisi,-. sis, is'is.i to be bent
IUM und fbe proportion of uunulll
is-s-i-11-,-st by such i-sii'i--- 11"in tlie pro-
sii'i-i it iiiii'ssis.-,-iiii s,i of Koilh Itimil
(Went) from Iho euat bunk of Ihe its.ii-
llnuii Rivor westwards to While Cliff
City by the deviation, . ■ i.  uml
opening up of Ihe sumo ami uleurlni to
the full width of SS feet uml by gr.id-
lls,;,    ili I 'III Ills    Ullll    iiiiii.lil:iliil..lns;    Ilu
sumo to u us,nli  between Ibe (filch
of thirty feet uml i-ii-ii m    iiupilnno
Itlvsis- wltb it isii-i-l Iii(i!;-.i- on concrete
fiiiiisiliilliiii ssisil crcetlnu siillulilc lirld-
Xos over Iho crooks .■ I■ ■.i,- thu route.
II of which work lu berelnufler re-
Terreil to uu "The Improvement of Ihe
auld Trunk Houd": und to provide for
the proporllon of ownera of aucb lumi
nocoiaury to petition for the cuitvIhk
out of auoh work ua u Locul Imjirove-
ment, und thnt the coat of the aume
muy he uusesscd nnd levied hy n ape-
clul rule upun Ihu lunda hentlltlesl
thereby ua lliureln provided und here-
Iniifler aet forth.
AND  .viikhkah It wua mirruleil In
auhl llyljiiw Ihul Ihe - -.- -1 i ■, I coal of
•ubl Improvement work wi.h 1200.HOD.
thul tbe Council bud uureesl to
•ubmli  u  Uyljinv  to  the  Mleclora of
the   ni:.nl, i   for  uulliuiltv   lo  -   i i
from tho Kcncru! fuuila nl the inunlcl-
pullty on auld work Ihe aum of SCO.-
000, und the Provincial Government
host uureed tss make u ui'unl of JT.O
000 i,is-.,it,I,-- the aame. uml thai u hul-
iiiii,- of 1100,000 iiiiii.i he ralaed hy
luun on the Security of u loun uaaeaa-
ment over the uieu herelnufler spccl-
lied lo provide for currying out the
luld Improvement of tbe snld Trunk
Rnad.
ANII WHKHKAS by aolil Local Improvement ByLuw II la provided thul
Ibe lunda lo he bcnclltteo by Die cur.
rylnir out of Ibe auld Improvement of
Ihe auld Trunk Road arc the folluwlne.
District Lola, ull lylnu Weal of the
t'.ipll.um Hlver und wllhln the Muni
clpullly of Norlh Voncouver. via: Ola-
Irlcl Lola 237. 430. 664. 666, 666. 667
(68. 669, 682. 683, 771, 772, 773, 761.
762, 763. 776. 783, 7S3, 806. Sll. 816.
SIS, 817, 879. 884, 886, 886. 887. 888,
889. sue, 1118. 819. 103S.li) 1161 Inclualve
Ihut csccptlnir Dlalrlcl Lola 1110 nnd
1141), 1240. ITIl 1263, 1343. 1341. 1316,
1493. 1494. 1496 und 1496 Inclualve. uml
purl of I). L. 761, herelnufler ull referred to ua "The Weat Cupiluno Locnl
Improvemenl District." nmi Ihul Ihe
rullo of auch henelll for euch District
I,ui ahull he nccordltiK to the rutin of
tin- loliil aaaeaament of ouch Platrls-t
Lol respectively. Irrespective of lm-
provemeiila, uu Bbewn hy the reviled
Assessment Hull of Ihe lllnlrlel for ibi
yeur 1910. and Ihe In m in of Ihe aev-
erul purls uf each nialrlct Lot. ahull
he ."'I --I 'iuu to Him rullo of vulue of
euch pari on Die Anieeupicnt Roll for
euch I'liisi 'illns; year.
ANII WHKHKAS u petition Imu been
received by the Council slnled nn lo
euch ii sn, 'iuu und .Ikiis.iI by Ihe IM-
ulal.-reil nnd nsacsscd uwncri.
nolilltiK more tholi three-fifths"
of the value of He IiiihIb
In the auhl Weal t'uplliino Locnl Im-
nrovcinenl lilslrk'l na ahown by the
Isi-'si rovlsod uaaeaaineiil i * * 11 of Ihe
Miinli'lpiillls. ilbi' proporllon ntn-cHlid
hy anld Locnl Improvement ByLuw)
inul lii'HK ii majority In number ut Ihi'
(lei-anna aliown bv Hie luat revlaed As-
i'i-.-s .ins-ill Roll of the .Muni'li'.illi.-. lo
In- His' ownera of lb,' lunda ufteeli'd hy
thla ByLaw, i i.iin thul the anbl lm-
provenienl of the auhl Trunk Road bl
curried out aa u Locnl Imiiroveuienl.
and lhal the aum of 1100.000 he rnla.-.l
by Debenture Bondi lo he laaucd on
the in, nil!-, of Local' Improvement
Rules lo be levied over anld West Cup-
II.nm Locnl inipii'vi nn ni Dlalrlcl I"
pay In purl for tbi' auhl Improvement
work   ua   herelnlu.'fore   narrated.
ANII WHKHKAS Ihe umount of
debt which Ihis ByLnw It Intended lo
creute la f 100.000. and Ihe Hume la being; created lo provide u fund for Ibe
Improvement of Ibe suld Trunk Houd
under Locnl Improvement pluh,
AND wiikhkas the umount lo he
rnlscd niinuiiliy by special rule for paying the debt and Interest under thla
ByLaw Is 16.666. belnir 1666 for slnli-
Iiiut fund und  16,000 for Inieresl
ANH WHKHKAS the vulue of llm
whole lumi und Improvement or reul
properly rateable niftier Hila Byl.uw
uccoisllnu lo this lusl revised Askj-ss-
melil  Hull of the Dlalrlct Is f 1.979 718
AND WHEREAS the debt Is crcolf'l
on Ihe security of speclul lutes settled uml levlisl by Hits ByLuw. mi.l It
lu   (illllllillli'Cd    bv    Ihe   credit   of     Ills'
whole municipality
THKHKPIIHK Bl-I IT KNAITKI) by
the ReeVe uml Hie Council nf the Corporation of Hie l-i -iii. i of Nurlli Vun
couver in Council iissi'mbb-d iwlili the
assent of the Eleclori of the suld Dis
Irlcl) us followa:
I. Authority Is berehy i-lven Ihe
Council to enrry out lbs' work of Locul Improvemenl of snl I Trunk Hoad
us before described nil til L'icnl Improvement under und by villus of the
suld Wcsl i',si'II.ni" District Improvemenl ByLaw, 1910.
2 ll ihall be lawful for the Council
to raise by way of loun from uny person or iiersons, body or bodies corior-
Sle under Debenlures lo be Issued ss
erelnufter provided, a sum of money
not exceeding In .the whole the aum
of f 100.000. ond lo cause ine same lo
lie pnld Into the Bunk of British North
America lo Ihe credli of tho ssid fnr
jioiuton for Ihe purpose uoove lecltesl
2 Debenlure Bonds of the Corporation to he designated "The west Capiluno Locul Improvemenl Debentui"
Bonds." lo an amount nol exceeding;
the suld sum of 1100.000. In whole inuv
he Issued g,v the Reeve ond the Clork
of Ihe Cornorullnn In terms of the
Municipal clauses Acl and Acts umend-
iiu Ilie same und of this ByLuw In
■urns as muy he required, but no sin-
(ile debenlure bond ahull be for >
Ki'.'uler sum thun 11.000 Koch ot Ihe
suld Debentures shull be signed by Ihe
luld Reeve und Clerk and sealed with
Ihe Seul of Ihe Corporullon.
I The sold Debenture Bonds shull
bear Interest ul u rile nol exceeding
Ave Per cent, tier annum puyuble hnlf
yearly ol lbc flral duy of Februuryund
the first duy of August In each
and every yeur iimlm: the currency of Ihe said debenlures or any jiurl
ot Ihem There shull be attached to
the lu'lsi-iiiiiii Bonds Coupons signed
by the Reeve tor, each und every paymenl of Interest Ihut may become due
and auch signature muy he either wrlllen or stamped.
6. The said Debenlure Bonds as lu
principal and Interest shsll he payable at the District Municipal Office In
norlb Vancouver, B. fi,, or tit tbe principal office of tho Bank of Britlab
North America In the City of Toronto
In the Province of Ontario, or at Ihe
principal office of Ihe luld Bonk In the
i.'iiy of M.'iiiiesii, In ihe Province of
Quebec, and tho said principal sum
dull be made payable by the corpora-
al a date fol ItUr tjien  Wl;
f
•Inking fund for fhV payment' oif'ial-
Debcnfures at maturity and for payment of the Inlerest thereon al It becomes due. amounting- laid sinking
fund and Inieresl to 16,861, ther* If
hereby assessed and levied over and
Shove all other ralei and taxes of and
rom each Dlilrlcl Lot In tbe laid Weal
splluno Local Improvement Dlslrlcl.
as defined by sal.) ByLaw, the annual
lum specified and set opposite each
luch District Lot to bl known a*
"The welt Capilano Improven
yie." which ium Ihall be payable out
lion  at a oaie not later it
years from   Ihe  first  dly of  August.
iJj'i,.^/iS^'PS!' litotalat  a.
Improvement
Bale." winch sum Shell he payable out
of and from tne laid several Districl
Lots a* followa, vis.:
6. L. SIT—Annuel  Rate
if
11
I
SU
681—Oovernment   liaiid
H.4^umbl*'...
t ::::::
711—
r
—I'nrt West of Capilano
7J6—Annual Rale
-IKuat   24   ucrea)
Annuel  Rate   ...
.1-
M-
Hint-
116
III
und weat SO acres of
798)
-Annual Rate
14-
fc
167-
888-
889-
sr
848-
1086-
mar-
1088-
1039-
1040-
1041-
1012-
1048-
1044-
1046-
fc
1048-
10(8-
1060-
1061-
1063-
1068-
1064-
1066-
1066-
1067—
1061-
1068-
1060-
1061-
1062-
10(53—
1061-
1066
1066-
1067-
1068
1069
1070-
1071—
1072
1073
107
m
1077
1078
ifj
1 OKI)
1081
Iiii
10K3
I IIS I
1086
him:
I US 7
Oii
Mi
1090
1091
I Oil 2
iii
1091
1096
Iiii
1097
1098
iiii
imu
not
1102
1103
lllll
110,-
1106
lit)]
II us
u.a—
074-
076-
076-
1 HIM
1110
llll
I lull 13-
11K-
1116-
1116-
1117-
1118
1119-
1120
IUI
-Oovernment Lumls
(Not uuacsauhli')
A I'll il.sl    H.s I,.    	
Ci'ViTiimi'iil   l.iin.1
(Not  iiaseaaulsle)
-tlovi'iniiis-nl   Land
INol  naseaanlile)
•(loverninetit Lumi
(Not  iiass-ssjiisle)
■Annual Rate
-Oovernment  Lumi
'Not   usaeaaniile)
113.38
Hii
1:11
800.11
86.68
363.82
I
'11:11
!8.79
!
68.87
23:24
8.80
8.22
16.10
26.16
37.83
87.93
38.07
16.68
22.26
28.03
29.03
39.03
29.03
3903
83.04
33.90
34.79
38.30
3240
32:06
20.42
13 60
12.60
2663
36.40
lilt
26.06
2606
36.40
26.40
26.06
26.06
26.40
26.40
2640
16.40
36.40
3670
21.11
21.63
21 10
21.10
31 10
21 10
20.06
20 88
21.10
"I in
31.10
2046
21.76
21.10
I in
1963
2077
81 10
20.B.1
20 64
3181
26 66
2112
2102
23.93
26 00
26 26
211 ;ir,
21; 3.1
26 86
ij m
[iii
iiii
112
1.11
-Annuul  Hull-
14— Covl  Lund
1118-
1126- Annual  Rule   ...
mime-
1129
1130-
1131-
1132-Hovl   Lund
'.\'"i  iiaai-ssuble)
1133    All'lliliil   Rule   .
1131-
1 iiiiii
1137-
1138
1139 A
1143-
1143-
1144
insula
11(7-
1148
ill-'
1160-
1161-
1240-
1241
1262-
1313
1344
1346-
I4i8-
1494-
1496-
1396-
Hnvl   Lnml
(Not  uaa.-ssiilsls-)
8 24
iiii
(30
120
I 20
i.ii
1 tu
120
1 -0
(20
120
4 20
4 20
ITU
I 20
I jfj
I I'U
120
i.ii
7U
18(1
8 90
I 0
21 :ir.
21 ii
J.ii
1136
39 38
16 30
SIS
16.86(00
The auld Weal Capiluno Improvement
role or lux ahull be and la hereby levied
and charged for (be period of fl ft y
yeura ua 11 Hen 01 charge puyuble along
wilb und In iiilillilon lo und us forming
pari Of Ihu .mi 1 '1 Reul Estate Tuxes
isoyuble for uml out ot the suld Dlalrlct Lots respectively lo Ihe said Corporation But It Is hereby provided
thul  In i-v.'Ui  of uny of sold  Dlalrl.-I
Lols being now or heienfl.t xubdlvld
n the toll'
.III   be  I
form u Hen or charge upon Ihe different
■icing no;   .
ed then the lolul levy for such Dlslrlcl
Lol   will   be  divided   und   levied   und
juris thereof according lo Ibe respec
live values of such porta on the os-
Sessment roll for Ihe yeur In which
snub levy Is made, ind a certified Copy
of said petition and of this ByLaw
may he reglalercd In Ihe Lund Regla
try Office In the (.'Ily of Vuncoover na
a churge or Hen against the said Dlalrlct   Lois
7. The debt hereby created Is Cflll-
oik on Iho Security of Ibe ssid Weal
Cupllano Improvemenl Rale seltled mul
levied us hereinbefore provided and II
Is guaranteed hy Ihe Municipality ul
large •
I. This ByLaw may be cited for all
purposes as "The wesl Capilano Dlslrlcl Improvemenl Loan By'LoW, 1911"
and shall lake effect on the day of Ihe
date of Ihe registration thereof In the
office Of Ihe County Court for Ihe Diitrict of North Vancouver.
raised In Ihli council on the llth
duv of September. 111).
Received Ihe issent of Ihe Kleclori
al an election held on Ihe
day of IIII
Reconsidered and finally adopted by
Ihe Council and signed by the Reeve
"ini Clerk and leoled with Ihe Corporate Seal on Ihe day of
111).
M.KCTORg   OT   THU   lll*T«|l T
1SDIITH VAN! llVlim
TAKK NOTICK that the above ll 1
true copy of the proposed ByUw upon which the vole of Ibe tlur' '
will be taken wllhln the polling placet nt the Lynn Valley Insiliuie Hall
OF
ilclpiillly
the Church Hall at Ihe corner of Lonidale Avenue and Uuecn Street and at
Hoflyburh. West Capilano. ell In IH
Diitrict of North Vancouver, on Saturday, th. Mlh day Of October, llll,
between the Hour* of I o'clock an).
U4 7 o'oloc* nni,
TOW Q,   FARMBR,
Returning Officer.
wMpt,
PUBLIC NOTICK la hereby given
that Ihe vole of ihe' Electors of tbe
District of Nortb Vancouver will be
tuk
ken op "Tl|i W*it Oipllipo Rllljlpl
intoveraont Loan ByLaw, llll," on
ufurday, tbo llth day, pf October, lllll
elweon the houn pf 8 o'clock om
nd 7 p'plock p.m. within the ftl|pw
ng pulling places, vis.: The Lynn Valley fnltltuti Holl, the Church Hoil-ul
the corner of Lonsdale Avenue apd
Uiuen Street and ut Hollyburn, West
tiuplliinii. a)| In the Dlslrlcl of Norlb
Vancouver, and that John Q. Farmer
hai been appointed Returning Officer
to luko tho vote! of luch Kleclori with
the usuul powers In that behalf.
By oyder of the Council,
JNO.  V. McNAUQHT,
JOHN 0. FAHMKH,
Clerk.
13-10
J.     mu      ssi,sitlis-ll,lili i-     ......     COU-
) of streets us aforesaid:
WHKHKAS It  will  bo  ncces-
rulse annually by speclul rate
I sum of 16666 for llfty years
Diitrict of North Vancouver.
A 11 i'i. vw  io enable Ike Corporations
Of tke District of Kurlk Vsuc....-
ver to raise bl' »*!' of loaa Ike
a.i.u  of Sioo.iiiiu |»j .Irecl  pur-
'  poses.
WHKHKAS ll la deemed expodlent
by tlio Council of the Corporation of
Ihu Dlalrlct of North Vuncouver to
rulsu by way of luun the sum of f 100.-
000 lo lie expended In Ihe maintenance
uml construction of streets In tho said
District.
AND u 111:1:1; i;; the amount of the
debt which Ihls ByLuw Is Intended lu
create Is Ihu sold aum of 1100.000, and
tho ohluct for which tho aald debt Is
created la thu mulnlenunco and con
airucHiiii uf atruels as aforesaid:
AND  WH""
liul v    to   r
be total
for tho 11 i'si\ un in uf the auld loun un.l
Intereat at 6 per cent, aa herelnufler
provided
AND WHKRKA8 the value of the
whole   rateublu  pruperty  In  the  auld
Dlalrlct,  nliii,   tu the lost revised
Asscaamciit Holl umounta to (6.889,3:17:
AND Wlll'HKAB Ihciiggreuule uf the
n. I-, inni. Debt of Ihe '.I111n.l1.1i1r.
fcxccfi! for worka of locul Improvement) Including the luun hereby uu-
Ihorlie.l,   umounta   lo  1643,000.
1 iii i.i.i-'i 'i;i: lbc Heeve und Council
of Ihe Corporullon of the Dlslrlcl or
North Vuncouver In Council iiaaembled
'■■'•nli the nsaenl uf the Electors of Ihe
Dlalrlct duly ohlulned) du hereby enucl
follows:
I. It shall be lawful for the council
for the imi imi.tn .iliui 1.1I1I lu horruw or
raise hy way of loun frum uny perauii
ur persona, body or bodies corporate
who muy be willing lo udvunce Ihe
sume upon Ihe credli uf Hie Debentures
uf this Curpurullun herelnufler prpvld-
d fur a sum ur uumu uf money not
exceeding lu tbe whole Ihe sum of
1100.000. und to cnusc the snmc to he
. luced In Ihe Bunk of Brllluh Norlh
America lo Ihe credit of the Corporullon for Ibe purpuse uforesuld.
2 Debenlure Bunds of the Curpurullun lu Ihe uiiiuunl uf 1100.000 In the
whole muy he Issued by Ihe Reeve
and Clerk of the Curporsllun In terms
nr Ihe Municipal I'l.nia.-i Act In sums
ua may be dealred. but no aingle Debenture ahull be fur 11 grenter sum
lhan One Thousand Dollurs Kucb of
anld Debenture Bonda ahull be slum d
by Ihe Reeve .unl Clerk and shall bt
seuled ulib ibe Seul of Ihe Cilrporullun
3.   The suld  Debenture Bunds shull
beur Interest ut 11 rule not exceeding
ceflt. per annum, iiuvnhto hnlf-
n Hie 1st day of Fuhruary uiul
duy  of August  In euch und
ur itui Ing ihe currency of auhl
lis-' per cent, per annum,
iilllv on the lat slay of
he  ih: i   stay  of Augual
construction of bouie or building connections will mvm*:
No bouse sewer pip* iball have a
less fall tban I to SO, unleaa ipeciil
permission is granted jn writing bjr
lb* Council, Mill pipes between tb*
iron pip.., to tba connection of tbe
public sewer to bi of tbe beat .juality
standard salt glaxcil vitriOe.1 clay sewer pipe, and shall bave » diameter of
not less than * inrhes.   All pipes sbali
be sound ant) well burned throughout
their Ihielfons, impervious to moii-
turo, witb 1 clear ring, intpotb and
well glazed on interior anil exterior
surfaces, free from Daw*, eraeki, blisters, lire checks or other imperfections.
Tlie pipes must b* io Is i.l in tbo
Irencli that after tho sewer is completed, the interior surface ihereuf. iball
bu to a true and even grade.
in making Ibe joints, a gasket of
oakum or bemp, freshly dipped in cement grout, must flrst bo used and
picked iulo place. The joints shall
nitiT.'iir.l- lie 11 .bily packed full and
liovelle I off witb mortar, composed of
one )>uri by volume of approved I'ort-
liin-l lenient tu oho part l,y volume of
;i|l t.,.1-1 ram!.
All joints shall 9* made water light,
so lhat they will stand a bead of HI
feet of water, whin totted by tbo
dumbing Inspector at the owner'i,
plumber a or eontractor'a eipense.
By order of the Council:
THOMAS   MIIEI'IIKIIK,
ui. Clerk,    tf
mm.
Debenlurea or any of Ihem.       There
ahall   be   attached   lo   the   Debenture
Iloinla  Coupons slgiiesl  by  Hie  Reev.-
only for each und every  puymenl  of
Inieresl   tbut   shull   become   due   nnd'
such sIkiiiiiiu'c muy be either written
sluinpi-i]
1    The snbl  Debenture Bssiida sluil)
tu prim Inul und Inieresl bs- puynbls
nl the ri ni'1 Munlclpul mli..    North
Vulieouver.  B   C ur nl  the iuln.-li-.il
mi'i-   of  tb.'   Bunk   of  lli'lllsh   Nortli
America In lbc Clli ul Toronto, In Ihe
province of 'mi.in-    or ul the principal office of Ibe hi.I.l Bmils In in.  Clly
i>f Montreal In the provlm I Quebec
Tin- suld pilucipiil sum shall be made
puyuble by the Corporutl'.n- nl n slnie
nut later thun fifty yeara fi_u lbs- 1st
I.iy uf August. Hill.
6 There ahull be ralseil nnd levl. I
iinnuully by n apeclul rati on all rale-
ble lumi or real |srs>perly In (be is
Irlcl the aum of 1666. for the purpoae
1 forming 1. sinking film) for the puymenl ol mill) Debenlurea when Ihey becume due. uud Ihe sum uf 16.000 fur the
puyment uf the Inlerest ut Ihe rate
aforesuld to becume slue un such debenlures iliulng tin- currency thereof
uiul Hint In nililliliuj tu nil oilier rules
lo be levied und collecltji In Ihe sulsl
Districl slurlng die whole currency of
the sold Debentures or any of Ihem
' 6.   This Hi I.nu muy In- cited for nil
nirpnsea ua "The Klieela L.,.111 ByLuw
llll"
7 Thla ByLuw slmll come Into effect
on Ibe duy of the date ot Hie leglatrn-
H..11 thereof In the office uf the county
.'isiiil fur Ihe Dlalrlcl  uf Nurlli   V..11
.■"liver,
I'ussed bv Hie Onlillell sin Ihe lulll
ilny of eieptember. 1911
f.'.i'iv'if lbs- assent ..f tin- Kleclori
ul uu election held on the  	
Jay of  1011
it. ...ii.-'i.i. m.i uml fliiiill) adopted w
tbo Council uml signed by lbc neovo
und Clerk uml sealed Willi Iho Ci,i|ior-
uie Heiil on Ihe duy of
lllll
1:1 1-1 line-   »K   IIIC   in-1111. 1    hi
Mlll'l'll   VAAIOI h:h
TAKK NOTICE Ibal the ubove la u
Irue copy of the proposed ByLaw u|s-
uii which Ihe vule of the Munlci|uillty
will be token within the polling Places
ul lbc Lynn Valley Institute Hull. Unchurch n.'ll of Ihe curner uf Luiisdule
Ayeliue und (Jueell 61m 1 und ul Hoi-
lybUrn, West Capllntiu. nil In the Dlslrlcl of North Vancouver, on tfulurdny.
the lllb duv of Ocluber. 1911. between
lb/' houre ol 9 o'clock a.m. nnd 7 o'clock
Is   m
JOHN ll   FARMER,
Reluming officer
nutii's;
PI/BLJC NOTICK Is hereby given
hut Ibe vole uf file Electors uf file District uf North Vuncuuver will be taken
"The Blrccll Luun ByLuw. ISII."
un Hnlurdiiy. the llth duy of Oclobei.
1911. isitt.eii the home uf 9 o'clock
um and 7 o'clock 1-in wllhln Ihe following 1 .-iiiiii places, vis : The Linn
Vulley iii 'Him. Hall, the Church lis.II
ni tin ..iiner of Lunsdule Avenue and
Ou.cn sfs.et and 1.1 Hollyburn, West
Cupiluno. nil lu iin District of Norlh
Vancouver, und that John O Farmer
has been appointed Returning Officer
In lake the voles of the Electors with
Ihe usual powers In lhal behalf
By order of Ihe Council.
JNO.   V    McNAIlOHT,
JOHN
Reeve
(i r
FARMER,
Clerk.
11-10
NOTIOB TO PBOPBETV OWHBM
I*wk OouucUoni
I'I-IIIjIC NOTICE ii hereby given
Ibat al) owners 0/ real property fronting or (butting upon « slrect tt Ilne
in which or under which * main or
commen sewar is laid art herib> required to connect any bulldlngfor pre
miies upon web property wltb such
main or commen icwcr.
Permit* miy be' outlined from th*
Plumbing Inspector at hii olci at the
City Hall boiweon Ihe houn of 8 *.
m. ind 10 am. »nd 1 p.m. »nd i pjn.
The following regulatloni govern tbe
TITMIKH*  H tMITII
b'KAl.KD TKNDEIU) marked "Tender
for Hewer" will he received by the Clly
Clerk of Ihe l.'liy of Norlb Vancuuver.
up In 12 u'clock noon on Monday. Ibe
23rd duy of Ocluber. fur aupplying all
tbe n.-ii. ilnls and conslrucllng und
completing a Banllary Sewer with lul
ne. lions on Ksplanade and i.'rtscenl
Ureal from til Qeorge's Avenue to tit
David's Avenue, and un tfecund street
frum a point 100 feel eaal ot HI An-
Ircw'a Avenue lu 81   David's Avenue
All the above mentioned work lu be
-unit.I out uc.-or.llniE lu plans. pro-
Hies, cross ..iiii.,,' and speclfleullons
prcp.ircd by the clly engineer.
All tenders for the work must be
moile nn forms of tender supplied I...
tin- tit., engineer
A th.-o.ue for S per ceni. ut Ihe
umount uf lender must actontpany
each nnd vvety lender
A bohd of . ■ per cent uf Ihs- amount
uf Hie ti.nlr.li 1   wilt  bt • r.-')Ul,e.J
Hepiirale lenders must be mude fur
eush  work ubove mtnllonrd
The lowest or uny lender not necessarily   accepted
OKOHOR ti  HANKS,
. I'll}-   Kllgllo.l
Clly Krglneer's Office.
North Voncuuver. October 6. 1911
30-11
Mill. I.   TO   " ..Mill, mil-
4 learlog    lur
lllr.   I alters!!)
tins
i'.'i..i
8KALBII TK.NI.KIIg. supcrscilbtd
"Tender for clearing and grubbing ilie
fui I'lovlntlal L'nlversHy. lolni Qriy."
will In- received by tb.- Hon.Table the
Minister of 1'ubllc Works up to 12 o'clock noon of I'll...'... in tuber TTOHi.
1911. for the dealing and grubbing of
Oft) ii'j'O ucrea. more or less, ol land
for Hie site nl Ihe t'ruvlncfai I'nlver-
sily. I'olnt Orgy, known as i.-u Zttl.
Qroup I, New Westminster Dlalrlti
.SpeclAcationa, contract and foims uf
lender may be seen ol Ihe office of O
K M. I. .hi l.-'i. landscape architect
H'.siiii. I.l Building. Vancouver, and tbe
Department of 1'ubllc Works. Victoria
Mr M.I ..hi will point uul lo In-
lending bidders Ihe location of land lu
be   cleared.
Kuch tender must Ise accutnpaijltd by
on accepted bank cheque ur c.-iH0cate
ut depuslt on a chart.-.cd bank of Canada, msde payable tu Ihe Honorable
the Minister of Public Works, for a
sun. e.|ual lo ten HO) per cent, of his
lender, which shall be forwaided If Ihe
party tendering drcllne tu entgr into
contract when called upun lu do su,
ur If he fall lu cumplele Ibe wulk
, isisiMH led fur The .hegut. ur cerll-
ik-aies of depuslt uf unsuccessful tenderer* will be return.d lo then, upun
the i-iecullun of the cunlract
Tenders will nol be conaldered unless
mode out on Ihe forms supplied, signed
wilh the actual signature of Ibe tenderer ud enclosed In Ibe envelopes
furnished
The lowest or any lender nol necessarily accepted
J, K   >.i:ii 1 nn
Public Worka Kngln. .1
D1p.111111. in of Public Work..
Victoria, 0  "'. un Ocluber. lull.
11-11
1_k
PUBLIC HKiHWAYS
Provino. of BriUifc CohunW*
NOTICK iilmlsr givtsi llataipul^
lie Highway* in unorgani—d —atrkt.
and all Main Trunk Boadi is org»aj»-
od Watri«t« ar* airty »i» ttr* wid»,
aad hav* a widta of Ihulyihtm lent
on taeb m ot tim amm attalght em
Ira ton ot tin Uaniltd ro*d.
JBOMkH UllOU,
UMetorol PahM Wetka.
Victoria, U. C, July %h, 1*11.11-10
Pioneer Confectionery
Highest Quality Handmade Bread
HOMEMADE LOAVES, PAN MAVE8, FRENCH LOAVES, Etc
Delivery to all put* of  tbe city.
PIES, CAKES, PABTKY OF ALL KINDS MADE FBESp DAILY.
Special attention given ill orders from |iutrons.
Pioneer Confectionery IL^Z
50 FT. LOTS, $70 CASH
Balance Quarterly, over Two Yean
Price $350
Every lot on an open graded road, cast of Seymour
Creek, Norlh Vuncouver. Buildings being erected 011 the
property now.    Telephone and electric light available.
Call or writ.: mil gut maps and lull uirticulars. When certain
development* ire aunouiiccil in a few weeks vou will be lou late.
D. MacLURG
340 PENDER STREET      VANCOUVER, B. C.
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.V
Will ttk* dud of good building lot
1* cuh payment on a 10 room bouse;
uew; all modern. Buy tonus ou
balaoc*.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
TELEPHONE 8o.    - P. O. BOX 114.
SEE US FOR
SASH-    DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC.
HIJIIHAIill SASH & IXKIII FACTORY, foot of St. George
We huh. 11 u trial liiil nn vmir finlem niniiil or 111 rite
Is    I
CAPILANO CAR TERMINUS
life have a few splendid building lots, each 49x139 (eet,
within 5 minutes (rom the Car terminus and School.
Two splendid roads lo the properly, and near the Capilano
River. Price $500 each, Corner* $600. One-third cash,
6 and 12 months. These arc excellent residential lols, and a
investment.
John Alexander & Co.
Ill I.UNSIIAI.K AVE., NORTH VANCOUVEIt
100x132
3 — 12 — 78b
$925
sfj'iu cash. 6, 11,18 mini th-..
JACK LOUTET & CO.
213 Loud--Ave. Tel. 47
Cor. Nyt Si. Tel. 87
FOR SALE
300 Feet of Waterfrontage with crown
Eke* Shipyard*.
m ia suit pur-
eta*  Apply
H.H.DEVINE,
**rw9WmMfft*W.   tWff
V_U_£_>lftV-MT
W WWwt*Wft\jfw WtW
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COAL
Direct from mines. 500 tons
New Welling ton Lump now
on hand. We strongly ad-
yise consumers lo get in a
supply before the run comes.
Prompt delivery guaranteed.
Phone 178 for prices.
N»rtiV«cMwC*tl*
fapj>lrC«.,Usj.
ib Uw4*U Aw*.
mmmm THE EXPRESS, NOR'
H VANCOUVER, B, C.
THR  EXPRESS
UORTH VAWOiTm..,,,   , ..umw POWMBU
Published Tuesdays ind Fridays by North Shore Fresi, Limited.
01)0. H, WOBDEN, EDITOB AND MANAGES.
Bates of Subscription:~One year, $1.00.   Six monthi, BOc.  Three monthi, 25c,
United Statea snd foreign, $3.00 per year.
Advertising Bites Will M Quoted on Application.
' Jk* Eipross la devoted to the intoroata of tbe North Shore of Burrard Inlet
exclusively. It constitutes an idvertiaing medium ef exceptions) value for
reaching in a thorough and effective manner tbe population of Nortb Vancouver
'Oity and Diatriot. Evory effort ia made to give advertisers the most satisfactory
lervice.
All changes in contract advertisements should be in ths printers' handi not
later thin 10 a. m. Monday snd t p. m. Wednesday to ensure insertion iu the
following issue.
North Vincouver, 'B. 0 Octobir 13, 1811
H. H. STEVENS, M.P. AND LOCAL
ISSUES
Mr. II. II. Stevens was able to attend
only one public meeting It North Vancouver during ins recent political cam-
piigu Imt the favorable opinion formed at tbat time as to his qualifications
for the pusitipn of representative it
Ottawa for Vancouver riding, were
deepened ami confirmed lost evening in
the min.Is of all wbo heard Mr. Stevens
in his ail.lrc.is as the guest of the local
Conservative Association ind party
supporters.
Tlie straightforward, businesslike
manner in which Mr. Stevens dealt witb
the entire list of public issues pertaining to Nortb Vaneouver and to Burrard inlet could not but iuspire confidence iu tbe ability, tbe energy and
the sincerity uf the speaker. Mr. Steven* convinced his hearers that in bis
capacity as member of parliament auy
item that was of moment lo his constituents I..-.um. at ones I matter of
roll interest to bim. lu nldition Mr.
Stevens is a man wbo carefully gathers
ap all the threads, from every possible
source of Information, relative to any
psiti. i,Iiii mailer he has in baud, and
reaches his conclusions upon the merits
of the ease. He is a maa of ideas,
when Ihe moment arrives for consider'
ing possible siiliitisius of a problem
■ml he is likewise ■ mm of strong
convictions which be is both able ami
willing lu advocate when os'casion calls
for action. II is safe to say that as
representative for the large and im
|...ii.mi constituency of Vancouver he
will be heard lo advantage upon the
lloor ii! the hnuse upun national issues
ami that his libera iu committee and
elsewhere will be productive of governmental us I is,is from time tu lime susb
as will greatly benefit his rqnslitueney.
His audience of lusl evening was de-
lightest willi Ihe keen interest whicii Ilie
new member manifested in losal needs,
witb Ihe mastert'ul grasp which he evidenced of ull I.,, ul issues ami with
the saneness and soundness of the eon
elusions which he expressed as well us
witb I.i.- declared intentions ut Ottawa
with reference thereto.
The n in.. requirements uf llii.-' lurgs'
for the greater pirt been eouAneil tn
the endeavor to find aome basis for the
suspicion that Mr. Borden is in league
with the Nationalists. Inasmuch as
every member ef the new cabinet who
is alleged to harbor nationalist sym
pathiea, has been shown lo have been
known during his parliamentary car
eer as s follower of Mr. Borden during his leadership of tbe opposition,
the evidence of any sueh allegiance is
reduced to nil.
Opinions as to tbe fitness of any
body of men for the purpose for which
that body may be comtitutd, will be
dependent largely upou the standards
hy which tbe members are to lie judg
ed. If men sre to .he expected to
measure up to ideal conceptions, then
Ihe critic will invariably find plenty of
scope for bis destructive propensities
but if average human standards are to
be employed then those instances are
rare indeed in which ample opportunity will not be found for expressions
of appreciation.
While Mr. Borden was not immune
from tbe ordinary perplexities which invariably i .ii.in.iii the man who is called upon to undertake the task which
be lias just completed, it ia certain
tbat the quiet, confident manner in
which be aiblresscil himself to the discharge of his high responsibilities has
evidenced a man of strong personality.
capable of Independent thought ami
action—a man to whom bis colleagues
may at ull times safely look fur wise
guidance anil one up.ii. whom the I inin
iuion can lean wills confidence as the
worthy custodian uf Ibe uuliunal welfare. The conspicuously able begin
iiing whicii Mr. Borden has made gives
solid ground fur the conclusion that
future developineiiti will reveal Ihe
fail tbut the office ul' Prime Minister of
i. mi., i -1st. 1011, ami that it acquired
in lbc change which luok place ou September -fith, lllll, and thul it arquired
a great sleul Hint was essential tu tlie
natiutial well being al the present June
turc in Ihe history of the Dominion.
Whatever deliverances Ihe captious
.iiii,- may lie disposed lu utter in the
abstract relative tu the mcrils of Ibe
new cabinet, tlie intelligent cifijeu will
uml growing constituency cnilslilule a ! ,,„, |„, ,|oW ,„ teuuu\„ the fact lliul
very bugs' order with which to sen
any nun IoOttsws, but isMr.Stevens
I'Xpluiiis.i, while il is nut reasonable lu
suppose lliul nil Ihul wss required
ru'il.l I. acroinplisbed iinmedialclv, he
nevertheless was confident thai it
woul'l nut be ■■ it., it lo make very
material progress in securing favorable
government action during the ap-
prusihing session, with reference to s
couilifershlt portion of tho prugram
ami ilml ultimately the whule prngrsiu
would work' out probably upon a con-
sl'lcrably larger scale thau was at present anticipated.
Thcie is rcrlliinly excellent ground
for cun. hiding lhal lbc lung lane lias
realise! the turning and thai, under the
n i regime, in coinmuu with the en-
I.i. Canadian west, the lower mainland
constituencies of British Columbia
may nuw confidently anticipate nol
only justice, but generous treatment
at the hands of the Dominion govern
nienl in Ihe benefits of which .North
Vancouver will share to the full extent
of that pi upon im. which is its due.
TUB FEDERAL CABINET
Since the announcement of Mr. Borden's cabinet, with I lie allocation of de-
pertinents as decided upon by Ihe Premie;, the personuel of tke cabinet has
been the topic of editorial comment in
journals throughout the length ind
breadth of Canada. Thaw expression!
hive been of aa appreciative tone, to
* remarkable degree, irrespective of
tbe political romplexiM pf tbs news-
paptn. Hvea wkm ami atom Vm
been »ia4* at idvene criticism it hai
lhal cabinet develops uiiinislokcublc
features of superiority when compahl
wilh their immediate predecessors.
I'lie following arrangement will permit
uf a ready cutuparisun in this respect:
New Ministry. Old Ministry.
Borden   Privy Council   Ijurier
Ilu/en    .'Marine    I.emicux
Pllietier  Tost Office  Belaud
Monk    Public   Works    I'ugsley
Nantl' ..Inland Revenue . .Teinpleniaii
lluberly    fustic    Ayleswortb
Poster   —Commerce    Carlwrighl
Cuchraiie   Bailwavs    Graham
•» *
While     Finance     Fielding
Hughs    ........Militia     Bordc.
(rothers    laibor   King
Beid   Custom I'altersoi,
lingers  Interior  Oliver
Itochc    Slate    Murphy
Burrell  Agriculture  Fisher
Ijoughced   .... No  Portfolio.
I'erley     No Portfolio.
Kemp    Nu Portfolio.
Sol.-General  Bureau
One of tlie most -notable fealures of
the new cabinet is found in lbc in
creased representation which is ae
corded the west as compared with the
retiring cabinet, namely four members
instead of two. Tbis is only one of the
many significant indications which exist, that Mr. Borden intends to see that
justice is extended to the west under
the new regime. ,'
The selection of Mr. Merlin Burfcli
as Miniitcrs'.of Agriculture will be re
cognized ss I most appropriate ap
pointnuat and will be peculiarly acceptable to tbii province. Ur. Burrell
il * practical agriculturist and a re
eogniizad authority upon fruit growing.
Under hii control thi country may ceo-
~s
fislontly anicipate that tht Department
of Agriculture will be given an able
ind energetic administration which
will redound to the marked advantage
of those highly important interests
whose welfare it ia designed to promote.
DISTBICT BY-LAWS TOMOBBOW
The two money bylaws which will be
submitted at tho polls tomorrow to the
ratepayers of the district are of a nature which practically ensures tbeir
ratification by largo majorities. The
District of North Vancouver has been
buililinp for itself of late a most enviable reputation in the most important matter of good roads. Centre
rosd, tho Lynn Valley rosd ami North
Lonsdale, which have been put down
by the district road making plant are
.in ■ ie mli' commented' upon by visitors
and uthers as conspicuous examples of
municipal road making after modern
methods. There is no more desirable
or beneficial purposo to wbicb the
council could address ils energies than
that the district should be widely
known for its good, thoroughfares and
also that as rapidly as possible all sections of tho siistrict should be made
readily accessible by means of good
roads. Inasmuch as the two by-laws
which will be voted upon tomorrow
provide for the furtherance of these
purposes, tho property owners will
doubtless ii,, ur. their pronounced approval of the bylaws.
For Sale
$200 of Stock in McDougall
Jenkins Engineers, Ltd. Easy terms
of payment. Good investment.
To_Rent
Three Housekeeping Rooms,
near Victoria Park. Rent moderate.
Alexander Philip
Insurance Broker.
Club Block, Esplanade. Phoue 10.
Imported Tailoring
ROBERT SMITH has now
returned (rom Scotland with
a choice selection ol Scotch, English and Irish Tweed etc., (rom
which he is prepared to accept
ordeis lor suits made in the old
counlry in either Canadian or Eng
lish styles.
Drop a Postal Card or phone
Seymour I433L
2316 Clark Drive
VANCOUVER, B.C.
"PUBLIC INQUIRIES AOT."
Ilis Honour the Ijleutenint-Qovernor
in Council lias been pleased to appoint
tin' Honourable Albert Edward Mr-
Phillips, K, t'., President of Ibe Executive Council; the Honourable Price
Ellison, Minister of Finance; Charles
Henry Lugriu, of the City of Victoria,
Esijuire; md William Harold Malkin,
of the City of Vancouver, Eaquire, to
be Commissioners undor tho "Public
Inquiries Act" for the purpoie of en
quiring into and reporting upon the
operation of the "Assessment Act
1,9(13," with respect to its practical
bearings on the financial requirements
of Ihe Province.
The said Commissioners will bold
their meetings on the dates and at tho
places mentioned hereunder, namely:—
Victoria, at the Executive Council
chamber, Parliament Buildings, Monday and Tuesday, 2oth and 28tb
.September, at 10 a. m. At tbo Court
House or the aovcrument Office at tbe
following places:—
Niiiiiiiino, Wednesday and Thursday,
2?Hi and ilfitli September.
Vancuuver, Friday and Saturday,
TTDtli and 30th September.
Now Westmmslcr, Monday, 2nd October.
Kevclstoke, Wednesday, 4th October.
(i.sl.I.■!., Thursday, fitb October.      ,
Craubrook, Saturday, Tth October.
Fernie, Monday, Uth October.
Nelson, Wednosday, llth Octobor.
Kossland, Thursday, 12th October.
Grand Forks, Friday, 13tb October.
Princeton, .Saturday, 14th October.
Merritt, Monday, 16th October.
Kamloops, Tuesdsy. 17th October.
Suramerlaud. Thursday, IStb October.
Penticton, Friday, 20tb October.
Kelowna, Saturday, 21it October.
Vernon, Monday, 23rd October.
It is requested that ill perioni who
are interested in tha mitter aforesaid,
and who desire to be hoard, will not
foil to bl present at the Dieting! of
thi Commiaiioners.
PBICB ELLISON,
Chairman.
Treiiury Department,
Uth SspUmbar, foil. U-W
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ELDER MURRAY CO.. UMTTEP
North Vancouver, 3. C,
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q 60 ft, cleared lot 0B KBITH BOAD
I near  Moody  Avenue,   only  11976.00.
Oood terms.
The "VOGUE"
Millinery Parlor
Mawnic Temple Building,
North Vancouver, Mri. F, 0er-
ryman, Proprietress. Juat opened
with new stock comprising full
range of Fall Millinery. Inspection cordially invited.
Martin Senour
100 per cent Pure Paint
for the Outside
International Varnish Co/s
Varnishes, Stain, and Enamels
1  ■■     .—  I.. ■ i . ...,—— „
Inside
Will give you results that will please you for years longer
than any other makes on the market and the fint coit
is lowest Come in and let us prove this.
Johnston & Salsbury
The Hardware Men
90 Lonsdale Ave,, North Vancouver
Sole Agents for
MARTIN SENOUR, GUERNEY FOUNDRY
COMPANY,  INTERNATIONAL  VARNISH
COMPANY, MAJESTIC RANGES, ZENITH
EDGE TOOLS AND FILES. ::  • U
New Harness Shop
A branch of the Vancouver
Harness Co. hu been opened in
the premises of the C. M. it N.
Coal and Supply Co., corner
Esplanade and St. George's Ave.
A full slock of first class harness
and horse fillings will be carried.
A specialty will be made of repair work. Prices will be the
same as those in Vincouver.
VANCOUVER HARNESS CO.
Phone 259
GOOD 52-FT. LOTS
)n high ground, intlrely free from ravines aud only a block and half
from carlitu.
Price $350 each
On tamu of 190.00 cub ind tbi balance In 6, 12 aud IB monthi.
Then loti only want seeing to sell it tbi price.
For further particular! sea
C. E. LAWSON & CO.
15 Lonsdale Ave.       Phone 70. P. 0. Box 1816
N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
Telephone 276
127 LONSDALE AVE.
NORTH VANCOUVER
SPECIAL
We have a lew lots for sale close to Lonsdale Avenue
Carline in Ilie Cily. Prices $450 to $500 on very
easy terms. We believe these to he the cheapest lots
left in the vicinity of Lonsdale Ave. Call in and we
will show you over them.
The North Yancouver Trust Co., Ltd.
Real   Estate and   financial Agenti.
Agreemeoti ol Sale dUcountod.
219 Lonidale Avenue Telephone 44
Palace Hotel
Second Street, North Vancouver, B. C.
— ■■-_ — .        i ■ i . —,. i i      .        i.....
FINEST ROOF GARDEN ON PACIFIC COAST
RATES:—$2.00 per day up.   Special
rates to families and to, regular boarders.
REDA&ANDRUSS    ....     Proprietors
N. V. WOODYARD
10,000 cords of dry fir wood for quick
sale. Price per odd cordi, $4.50.
Special quotalioni for larger quantities. Cut Wood, 16 inches, $100,
12 inches, $3.25.   CO. D.
Office and Yard—14th and Lonsdale
Phone I %    P.O. Box 2432.
WE COULD
Paper the World
from out1 hi nek of new Wall I'apcri
to it acema. Every day aome new
deaign arrivea to fill the vacancy
of thoie cloeed out.
Handaome Wall Papers
are bare in endleM variety. Juit
tell our inleamin (or wbat room
you want tbe paper and bi will
■bow you juat tbe pattern you are
looking tor.
To cbooie from our itock ii a pica-
•ura, to pay our price li eaiy.
W. H. STONEY & CO.
117 Lonadale Avenue
I'bone 119
YOUR OPPORTUNITY
50x157 ft. on 15th Street,
west of Boulevard and lying
and dry
$950. on terms.
Martinson & Co.
high and dry, a bargain, at    62 Lonadale Ave. «»*, m
NORTH VANCOUVER I
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THP EXPRESS, NORTH
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Thinks That Some Day the
British King May Reside
in Canada
DUKE OF CONNAUGHT ANP BROTHERS
The late King Kdward Is standing on tbo cxtromo right, tbe nuke of Connaugbt being tho other figure standing.   Tbo Duke uf Kdlnburgb  i.ui tbe
rlgbt) und tho Puke of Albany ue sitting.
FOREIGN ORDERS
AND DECORATIONS
Here In tbo lons list of foreign honors, ths Duko of Connaugbt bal received :—
Knlgbt of ths Golden Fleeco of
Spain.
Knlgbt of tbo I'russlgji Order of tha
Black eagle.
Tbe Pruialan Military Order, "Pour
It Aerlte."
Tbe St. Andrew of Russia. *
St. Stephen of Austria.
Tbe Auunzlala of Italy.
The Elephant of Denmark.
Tbe Imperial Turklab Order of tba
Oamauli.
Tbe Legion of Honour of Franca.
Tbe Tower and- Sword of Portugal.
Tbe Chrysanthemum of Japan.
Tbe 8eraphim of Sweden.
Tbe Turkish Order of tbe Uajidieh.
Tbo Spanish Military Order of
Merit
Tbe Red Eagle of Prussia.
Tbe Crown of Wurtemberg.
Tbe Hessian Order of Merit.
The Greek Order of tin Hedecmor.
Tbe Order of Ethiopia
Tbo Order of Nlsbln Iftlckar of tb*
Bey of Tunis.
The Order of Nevsky.
Tbo White Eagle of Poland.
Tbe Russian Order of St. Anne.
Tbe Russian Order of St Stanislaus.
Tbe Coburg Order.
Tbe Order of Leopold of Belgium.
Tbe Braslllao Order of tbe Southern
Cross.
The Spanish Order of Charles III.
Tho Order of tbe House of Hoben-
lollorn.
Tbe Mecklenburg Ordor of lb*
Crown of Wonder.
The Bulgarian Order.
Tbe Oldenburg Haaaorden.
Tbe Order of tbe Netherlands.
Tbe Order of Anbault.
fbe Brunswick Order of the Lion.
Tho Jobaanlte Order.
Tbe Montenegrin Order of Danilo.
PRINCE ARTHUR
He Has Been Termed tbs Handy Mm
of tbs Royil Family
Prince Arthur of Connaugbt, wbo
represented King Qeorge at tbe Jubilee celcbratious of Italian unity, bu
been termed "tbe Handy Man of tb*
Royal Family." He is a young man of
lufnite tact snd resource, and on several occasions lias acted as Royal envoy. Ho went to Japan to Invest tbe
Mikado wltb Ibe Garter, aod represented tbo late King Kdward both at
tbe opening of the Protestant Cathedral In Berlin and alio at tbe Crown
Prince's wedding.
Wu Known u "Pat"
As a boy, tbe Duko of Connaugbt
wu usually addressed u "Pat" la Uu
borne circle, a familiar appellation
wbicb, In his more sedate yean, bu
given place to "Artbur."
A London paper hu tbe following
article about Canada in connection
wltb ihe coming to Canada of tbe Duke
of Connaught:—
The Duke of Connaugbt Is going to
reign as Viceroy at Ottaws. Is this a
sign tbat something even more Important snd far-reaching will happen
In the near future?
Is It possible thst In tbe future our
monarciis. Instead of living at St.
James's and Windsor, snd opening
Parliaments at Westminster, may
reign In faraway Canada, uij.l visit
our shores nl rare Intervals?
Sucb a prospect Is not, perbapi, flittering lo our self-esteem. We ban become so used to the notion Unit our
"tight lllllc island" Is the bub, If not
of the universe, at least of the greatest Kmpire In the world, tbat we cannot eully conceive tbst it msy not
remain so for ever. But hard facta
show lhat It la quite likely.
' It haa always been tbe rule tbat the
seat of government of s world-Empire
should be settled In Its moat powerful
and populous and richest province.
Hitherto this description has applied
to England, and our sovereign! bave
reigned on Iho banks of ihe Thames
as a matter of course. But it cannot
always be so.
Canada and Australia are the countries of the future, Canada especially.
At present their populations are comparatively i-ins-ill. But tbo population
of Cluada ia growing by leapi and
bounds. In lime Ihere will be more
millions In Canada than In the United
Kingdom possibly than In the Unitod
Stales.
When thul time cornea, Canada will
not on|y have the largeat population of
any part of the Kmpire, but will be by
far the richest part, and will probably
have the largest army and the most
powerful navy, loo. Then Canada will
have tbe right to claim first place in
tbe Kmpire. And tben ibe will either
want to be Independent or ibe will
want our kings.
After all, If our loverelgni do emigrate, It will not make tucb a tremendous difference u It would bave
•lope a hundred or even fifty yean
ago. Iu these days of wireless telegraphy aud liners which rush across
the Atlantic In six dayi, a king reigning in Ottawa would be pretty well u
near London u he would bave been
at Balmoral a hundred yean ago, and
tbere would be nothing to prevent
ministers from taking flying trips to
attend cabinet councils In Canada
when urgent need arose.
And If our kings do leave us eventually, tbey will only be following tne
eiample of all the rulen of big Empires of the put. Rome wu not tbe
capital of the Roman Empire (or centuries before that Empire tell.
Constantino tbe Oreat found that a
capital 'n Italy wu too far away from
tbe heart of bis dominions, and built
a brand new capital at Constantinople.
lio alio did Peter tbe Oreat In tbe cue
of Russia, For hundreds of years tbe
Tim reigned in Moscow, but at lut
l'oU>r went off, taking (be government
and tbe court wltb bim, to Uie new,
vast city be bad founded on territory
conquered from Sweden and named
after himself—St Petersburg.
Il li possible, of course, tbat If Canada eventually become! tbe home of
our monarch! Australia and India
might be jealous snd object. Perhaps
tbey would be pacified by tbe offer of
a Royal Viceroy aplooe. Or tbay
might become so fir Indep-
lo bave king! of their own,
owning tbe iway of tin
tftb at Ottawa, u tbe gdtenteies
tie German Empire own
st..p of tbe Kaiser. -
Tbere is an oulside chance tbat one
of King Oeorge V/s grandsons mu
reign In Melbourne another la Delhi,
tod I third la Cape Towa.
PRINCESS PATRICIA OF CONNAUGHT
Muy a Hoys) wooer his wooed la
vaia for Ibe bud of ihe hcaullflil
Jiaghter ol tbi Duke of Connaugbt
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Half Price Sale
In order, to uttAstl complete „fin-w of nil wwner
line! and thus make rQprri fpr the new fall orders already
invoiced, we yvil|.ie|| for hajf PH" t"e undermentioned
items- '   -
$5.00 Ladies' Wash Suits, white md colors, sale  $2.JS0
$750 Ladies' Wash -pits, white and colors, sale $3.75
Sizes 34, 36 and 38 op|y.
Hoy's and Girl's Summer Hats, regular pr>ce 25c to
$100; sale mlm
Ladies' Lawn Waists, slightly soiled; a large variety of -
patterns; RALF AlCR
Ladies' and Girl's Parasols, ranging from 25c in Girl's and
$100 in Ladies'   sale  HALF Nig
Boy's Wash Sujts, sa|e ,J THIRD OFF
Genf's Straw Hats HAH W#
Gent's Summer Vests      HALF PEICE
J. J. McALEECE
91-95 LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
I 11 II I    HI  I       H.
Vancoover Business Directory
\itiii vrt.vi's.
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED 	
..'..... ACCOUNTANTS
tatoiFits.
JI9 Pender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
mriis.
KALLETHE'S BATHS
Corner Homer aud Pender Sts,
The outy up-tu-tlate aud reliable bath house in British Columbia.
We cure where others fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or uo
pay. Plain baths, electric bath*,
shower baths, massage for body, scalp and face ; electro therapeutic Imllis a specialty.
JOS. KAI.I.ETHE. PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin, Germain
Ul SINKS* .nllli.lv
SPROTT-SHAW Business College
336 Hastings St. W.
Canada'! Groitost Western School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - -Miinagci
PITMAN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
632 Seymour St., Vancouver
Day school open all the year
round. Night school commences September 8th.
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hustings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
RIIBUKH STAMPS.
THE  GEO. H.  HEWITT CO.
Manufacturers
siiwtiiiii KiiMMK mm
Sign and Price Harksrs
10 Fairfield Bid.      Font K3372
HKAI. ITVI TilT.
Yorkshire Guarantee _ Securities
Corporation, Limited
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENT;
ESTATES   MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgate - - - Manager
HKSTAI HANTS.
All Nortb Vancouver people sat at
LEONARDS'
Either Flack Block or Hastings St.,
opposite the qew post office. I..-..11.11.1
sells hia tea by the pound.
Ml II C
BANK OF HAMILTON
Capital I'aid Up  t 2760,000
Reserve k rmliviil.il I'roffla    3360,1)00
Total Asscta «o,0O0,0iiii
'Ihe Hank ol Hamilton invilca 8av-
ines Ai'i'.iiinls anil lias rliuiinulosl
nil undue (urmulilice, both in Ibe
-.pulling ol such ino sin ts and in tbe
making ol withdrawals.
A churlcrcd bank is Ihe logical
place for- tbo safekeeping ol the
luinl vou wish to sin iinisiliils' for old
ugo or lo make provision lor unforeseen needs. Inlerest paid on deposits
ol $1.00 and upwards.
c. K. HEAVEN. Agent,
Nortb Vancouver.
T.-/V
&Wn,
Hud Office:
HAMILTON
PROVINCIAL ELECTION ACT
RICHMOND ELECTORAL   DISTRICT
flee
TAK IT NOTICK Iliat I In...' received objections In writing to the i
tlen of tbe followfnii names on tin- fleglsler ot Voters for fllohiu»n.l
i.inil   District  on   tne grounds Kate.) below:   '
ANJ) TAKK ctlfTin-l Ihut ul a Courl of lie vision I? be held on the
sluts its ol November, Hll, IlllhoClly Hal, Nbrlb VancouVlr, 8. C„
al tin hour ol ten o'clock In the forenoon. I Ihall bear and determine Ihe
laid objections ami unlets such ni.mfd person or some oilier Provincial Voter on lliili behalf willsflcs me ihul sueh objections lire not well founded, I
slmll sunn- such names off Ihe suld Iteerlaler. .   ,,
IfATKI) ul North Vancouver" this ninth to> ot>^er^lll.
Regllfret Of Votcri.
Ho.
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101.
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following persons are reported absent from Ihe fi)iir)ei:
Name Dace
Abel. Arthur I), Illlioreil. 8.  Vancouver.
Allen. Jack    Ncftrto JDind
Allan. Wllllatf   Mf* Artnue,B   Vancouyer
Anderson. Allle  Bowen Island.
.',  flcgliiuld Oeorge « VaftcOuver.
Archibald. Hugh v. PolJach Creek.
Armstrong.   Alexander   ......North   Vancouver.
AeW.  Alfred   I.Lynb  Valley.'ti 6.
Ashlon, lohn ', * Bcchell.
^•^Wy'.SMTT:
Atkinson,   Willi.
Austin,   David
Baton. Samuel  	
gsalow,  Frederick John
otib Vancouver.
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2094.
2137.
2179.
3192.
3224.
3310.
3321.
3131
2335.
2344.
2362.
2379.
3397.
2398.
3400.
3410.
2420.
2433.
2432.
2461.
2491.
2606.
2633.
2661.
2672.
2671.
2601.
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2829.
2887.
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2959
2916
2984
3011
3031
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3177.
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3220
3228.
3332.
2239.
3241
3349.
3382
3267
3396.
3316
3320.
3338
3139.
3340
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3849
3184
3170.
3377
3384
3461
3181
3678.
3686
3638
$717.
3737.
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3718
3804
Ilttpn,  John  fftb AVe., 8. Vancuuver.   ■
Wxtor,   Patrick    North Vancouver.       f
jeudloy, Fred Junius  18th Avenue, Hlllcrest
leicWt,   Victor  Huglnald   ..Nqrth Vancouver." ' '
el. Walter Ollnhant .. T North Vancouver.
iermati, Oscaf Efl North Vancouver.
J ra, Sydney Arthur  North Vancouver.
land. Joiopb  Watson   North Vancouver.
lonson. Robert F. ; Bquonillili.
SOT1, ,,M,!!llum Amow ' "G°r!!! Vancouver.
jpid,  wrjlum  •■ Norlh Vabcouver
Irldgen,   Robt.   J IS b and JTreeer j,»„„. „
Irulin. William  8o,Uanii8h    " r Ave|1Ul!- Vancouver.
Irbois, riamuel   ...North Vuncouver
jrooki,  Tbomai   Sqnamlah.    "   r'
rown,   Prkpk Wfyp Tl|and.
Jrown, John Pavld  Squamlalt   'W
Jrown, Sldpey Uoyd  Squumlah:
Jruce. Albert Stewart   North Vancouver
lundey,  John Thomas   South Vancouver
iiiiiaei'raSe^T'ri.-s^ir?""^
m w'i'K, j.-w.-::::::fcnh° va0„'cdou8verV8nc—
Lllvert. Edgar Thomas  Nol'th  VincXSvef'
llnnipbel,   Norman    26in Slreei Sorth v.,
llamnbeil,  Wl jam    Norlh  Vaneouver   Vun':ouv'ir. ■
canceller. Fred  Cap luno   fi'
Charlton, John   North Vancouver'
Chilstenson, Kdward Victor ..Siiuumlsh r' •
I. ark, Qeorge KiiihIIo  280—26th Avonuo ie„..
laike.   Kdward   Iluntro   ....JBJ4 l„t IS Lo   lltiHtt
ClllTord   William     South Vancouver     '"'
ook,  Qeorge    Norlh Vancouver
Cornish, Reginald I' Norlh Vancouver
Croesloy, Lewis   South Vancouver
ruttemlen, James Henry     .North Ar Triom,
ummlnire,  John  K 17th and X'oit Av.B...'
Wm   Fred    North Vancouver        c'
!W?"teaU, JameB_...'.. {lowe Sound
llerruuKh, Alex. Fosset ....T.SaUtE Vuncouver
Sftlffi«:::;:ri|H-lBB
I In II. i Hi,.      Mala     IP M«„iL     ..",,tUU V('» ■
Krhorn, I.ouis W. South Vanen.'.«u>
Folherlngham. William  .Nor    Mfflfijff
Fox, Qeorge T North Vancouver'
Fraser, lional.l  North Vancouver
Frascr, Thomca Melvln  Qlbson's   .uiidT„„
Proud,   Fred    South  Vuncouver
£rvnilrc. Conrad ll North Vancouver'
Fuller,  Henry   Wllloughby   ..North VancSuvef'
Punnell,  Samue    ............South  Vancns,v«r
Fylfe. Thomas II. ,i      Nor     vSSmSJJI'
Qalbrallh.   Ilavld   1) !    Biwen iStanj   0r
Qardner.   Berlle  Churles   ....North  Vancouver
Oaley,   Krnesl    Siiuamlsh
Qlbbon. Alan Howard  North Van ,„.„■
(lilies. John  Harris    .Hquamlsh     uver-
Qood, llolmond  Squamlsb
lould.   Charles  A J.ynn Vaiiey.
Qrobain.   Archie    l.ynn  Val ley
Oreenard, Qrank    South Vancouver
Qrlmes,  Henry  John    South  Vancouver
Henry. John llofle   South  Vu couver
ckey.   Peer    Squamlsb.     "''
I n'MlJiiffi ',V'm  ?,out!! Vancouver.
Ill, Sylvester V. North Arm Itoad
qoner,   John    Vancouver
I orne.  Duncan  Manning   ..-. .Qlbson's  Lundlnir
oward, nicbard   South Vancouver'
Hudson,  Kdward    South Vancouver
lyndinan. Franii  South Vancouver
Ingram. Frederick Qeorge ...South Vancouver
James,   "III um  Perclval   ....North   Vancouver
■Mm   gdwln  Thomus    Squumlsh    .
Kelly,  H|chael  South Vuncouver
Kennedy,  Wl  him  Hugh  ....South Vonco !•  ■
Kllby. Churles KdwarJ Squamlsh
Klrkwood. James H 19tb and fln.s.ri,, u „.  ,.
Knowlion, Seorge  Moodyvllle Mui1' '"WW'
Lake   John   A.   II North Vancouver
.ungley, John draco  I,ot 101
Urgcr. Currlll    Lynn Valley
Lawson.   David North Vancouver.
'ow  Willi,, n       "''''0"    m"",.",^1" ,"'1"' M"" "reel
low, Willi,nn  Norlh  Vaneouver
Lounsbury, William Klmer ..Lynn Valley
L."",',?,1'   SIP    North  Va couver.
M'dHI.  Arthur        .  Squamlsh.
Mugee. ' i..nli.   Wesley   Squamlsh
Mugee, James Douglas   Squumisli
{.'"K''0' N5'.?"er 1':„'.;,'„' liquainlsh:
MuHey.  Ihomas U'lllluni   ...Sorlh  Vancouver
Murlln, Ibomus Alexander  ..Norlh  Vancouver
Meek, Charlei .Mian   North  Vancouver
Meek, Albert lllchard  Illllrt-eel P. 0
Mercer, Benjamin  River Road. Burnaby
Mllllgan,  John    Central Turk.
Moore. William South Vancouvor.
Morguti.  eri'il  Ulnchesler  .. Soulli Vancouver
Munro.  William Henry ......Howe  Sound
Mcl.ardle.  Arihur James  ....North Vancouver
McClurc. W   J. Bruckendule.
Msi iii.ni'll. James ljulnlon ...Squumlsh
m.i'nil... i.   John Henry  Squamlsh
McDonald, Allun Orr  Central Park.
McDonald.   Duncan    Lynn Vulley
Mcliougull.   Lunch    Howe Sound.
Mceurlan, Churles  Central   Park
McFurlan,   Qeorge    Central   Park.
Mi hi.n I,.hi Churles Newton ■ South Vuncouver
McQregisr.  pouguil    Muln  slreei. near 27lh.
Mcintosh,  Alex Squumlsh.
Mcintosh. James F lSIh Ave. and Weal. Iloud. Vancouver'
McKay, Adum L Central Purk
McKIm,  William Churles   Lynn Valley
McMillan. I.aughlln   North Vancouver. .' '
McNungblon, lloberl 1 Soulh Vuncouver.
Neule.   Steuben   lllehiuuinl   ..Norlb  Vancouver.
Newman. Qeorge   Norlh   Vuncouver.
Noel, John    IJpiJer Squumlsh.
Norrls.  Robert    Lynn Valley
II ....ii.   Samuel    Squamlsh
D'Donoghde.   Jonn    Norlh Vancouver.
Paddy,  Qeurgc Squamlsh.
Painlon.   Qeorge   Held    Squamlsh
Porker. Wllllum  Cedar Collage
Pullerson.   Wllllum    Lynn Valley
Pearson. John T Kpworlh.
Plelon-Worlow. Allcli John  ..North  Vabcouver.
Porter, Churles  Lot  9. Word  2, Muolewood
Porter. Wllllum John  Norlh   Vuncouver.
Pryce, Curl A. It Norlh   Vuncouver.
, Redmond.  James   Rice Luke.
Roberts. Arthur Moody  Norlb Voncouver
Robertson, Albert Fred  North Vuncouver.
Roger. David  Norlh Voncouver.
llolslon.   Qeoi'ge    Lynn   Volley.
Rose, John Buchur  Norlb Vancouver.
Ross. Robl. Qordon    ..'. Norlh Voncouver.
Roy. Anionic   Squamlsh
Suundeis. Kdward Clio  South Vaueouver.
Scberf.   Amos    Moodyvllle.
|i'"tt   Thomus  Turner    Squamlsh
Smith. James Albert    Soulh Vancouver
Smllh. Lewis Lelford   Central Purk.
Hurrell, Waller  Squumlsh
H|.cnce. fUeimeii Harold    North  Vancouver.
gpllsbury.  flenluniln Ward   . .North   Vuncouver.
Hqulre. Reginald II. J Barnel.
Sloutfer, Caesur Henry ......North Vuncouver.
Hloulfer.   John    Upper Squumlsh
Stephen, Alexumier   Squamlsb
Stephens. Htunley  Norlh   Vancouver
Kllll.  Arthur   Norlh   Vuncouver
Sluurl.  Victor       M Is villi'
Sullivan,   John    Norlh Vuncouver.
Sweeten.  Kineroon  Allan    Norlh  Vuncouvor *
BWcctinnn. Frank  South Voncouver. j   •
Swrelman, Wllllum Churles . .South Vancouver.
Sutton, William Qeorge  Iludsionc
Tabor. Clement   HlllcrsHl   P   u
Taylor. Qeosge Wllllum  North   Vuncouver
Taylor. John
Tayjor, John
Telfer,  Waller   ,...'.'....,
? i .iin. Adam i'its us    
urner. Donuld 	
Ward, Cecil Jeffries 	
Waring, Arihur   '..
Willi, i.i it    Lum ."  D	
Williams. Qreiham Brltte
Wllllums. John
....North Vuncouver.
— Central   Pork.
...South   Vancouver.
...Lynn  Vulley.
...Moodyvllle
.. Central Park
...North Vuncouver.
South Vuncouver.
orlh Vancouver
Moodyvllle
The
No.
Ill
1
913
JII
MM
Willis. Tbomai  Boulh Vuncouver
Wilson,  Osgoode    Upper Siiuumlih
Wlllsblre.   Francis John   ...-Itodwell Vlond, Hlllcrest.
Woodhouse, Henry Jumes ...Moodyvllle.
Woods. Chariea  Moodyvllle
Wrlghi. John  Squamlsh
following persons are reported deceased:
Name. Place.
Bulmaln. John Wolker   North Vancouver.
Baxter. Patrick  Norlh  Voncouver.
Bell. Andrew Duncan South Vancouver
Burge, William Charles  South Vancouver,
Cole. Qeorge Henry  South Vancouver.
Crofts, John Chorles Thursls.nNorth  Voncouver.
Day, Frederick B Norlh Vancouver
Downes.   John    Norlh Vancouver.
Kills. Kvan  Cedar Callage.  Vancouver.
Wider. David Waddell  North Vincouver.
Klder. James      Norlh Vancouver
Fowler, James Morehouse  ...Knworlh.
Folherlnghom. William  North Vancouver
Hanowell, John Angus  Norlh Vancouver.
Honowel), William  ..  Norlh Vancouver
Hansen,   Chrlillan    Central Pork.
Ilndle.  Alfred    Kpworib.
lughes. Charles Parllc  Vancouver.
.luxbaro. Ilcnry inward   ....Combler Island.
judd.   Thomas    ,.  .Squumlsh.
McDonald.  Teior    '.. .North Vancouver.
MncDonuld.  Randall   IC 3108  Westmlnsler Ave.
McDowell, Samuel  AL'X Moodyvllle.
PeAcb.   Chorlee   Wllllmr   ... Soulh Voncouver
Peecy. WTijlam Palmer  North Vancouver
Wftlf,  AiiftW    '.    nis|.er SqUaitlllh.,
Smllh. ^ohh Weatl/y  Qlbson's Landing.
DMIIUcIf  isUU    lsVMII4l   via
Ail new houses ihould be
piped (or gu in order lo
save the heavy expendilwe
for Apt convenience at a
liter fltft._
N. V. LIQHT. HEAT AND
mm COMPANY, LTP.
H. E. KRUGER
F_pert on fifffl«cei md fid) CUm
o< Brickwork.. AIIWoA
Guiraotctd.
Ona F,.__tb St. ud M*M An pwppfr.
1
The Bank of British North America
6»piUl Piid Up, $4,866,666. Reserve Fund, $2,652,333
 -Hi""""""-""""
2 Offices in North Vancouver—2
CORNER LONSDALE AVE. AND ESPLANADE
UPPER LONSDALE AVE. (near Fourteenth Street)
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Saving Deposits ol $1.00 and upwards received,
Interest allowed at current rates.
Banker's Money Orders issued.
J, STEPHEN
-    Manager
TAKE NOTICE
That the CIVIC INFORMATION AND LABOR
BUREAU is now open for the convenience of employers and employees. Employers are requested to take
advantage of the office when requiring help.
W. B. HOOD. Secretary.
Phone 321.     14 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver.
*
HAVE YOU SEEN THEM?
BL PERCO
tlie electric  coffee
celiitnrl
EL 8TOVO
the disc on whirl] Hi
i'ii-, in, current will
yunr cooking!
BL BOILO
Ilie   immersion   beater
fnr boiling water quick-
"HOIPOINT"
Electric Iron, tbe indis-
mnsalils convenience (or
ironing dayt
El   Btovo,   the   Handy
Electric Heating Disc
Drop in at our office at 50 LoNSDALE AVENUE and see how
your kitchen cares may be lightened by the use of these inventions.
All Are Operated by Connection With
an   Ordinary  Electric   Light  Socket.
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., LTD.      Phone 66
A Little Friendly Talk on Doon
. We luvsj ops nf thu largest anil bust dcbigned slock of
Front Doors thai can lie aacured anywhere iu 11. C. We have
aliuiii io different .lusigns in choose frum which range in
price from fi, 75 lo (25.00. We muke a specialty ol the
"I'asaiikna Ilium,"' a haiulsome, massive piece of wnrk,
one which especially suited lo bungalows, and the modern
Style ill architecture. If you ate interested call and let us
show you our display. We can also supply vou with Interior
Doors in fir or cedar in 1,1, 3, 4, 5 or ft panel or in the craftsman designs.   Call ami ask to see ihem for yourself.
DICKINSON & SON
ESPLANADE EAST
P, 0. Hox 1711J
1 'luun: iii
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY KKUKIKH, LIMITED
TIME TABLE
TAKING   IJI'FKCT  MAY   FIRST,  t.jn
l-eave Vancouver 6.211 a.m. and
thereafter every 'ill niinulca until
7.00 p.m. < isiiiiiiHii'snjs 7.iUI p.m.
•very llll minntea until 11 .III) p.m.
thereafter 1116 and 1.00 a.m.
WEEK DAYS
Leave North Vancouver 6.00 a.m.
nnd thereafter every 30 minutei until 7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.30 p.
m. ovcry llll minutei until 11.00 p.
in. il.i'ii'iilici  11.16 and 12.46 a.m.
SUNDAYS
l,ciisc   Vancouver  7.10,   s in ,,i,l
8.00 thereafter nanus „a wurkduya.
Leave Norlh Vancouver 7.30, 8.00
mid tj.tO, Iherealter aame al weekday*
PASSENGER RATH
.Single fare 6c, 6 lor Ihe, 30 for -JI, 70 for I'i.
VEHICLE IIATKH
A-I.umlier   wagons,   trucks   and
draya, 76e return.
B—3 borie   express carriage! and
haika, 60e return.
C—I horn*   espress   linens   and
auluM, 3ic return.
All the above rates iuclude driver. II.sis. A and II subject to 20
pat cent, diacount id lota of 60.
FREIGHT TARIFF
I'er 100 lbs. rate, 6c.
Minimum rate, lOe.
Time-table Subject t., .),.....,. without notice.
Company not liable Inr ilelaye, accidental or olherwiae.
Hay, Flour & Feed
Owing to larger warehoui* accomodation, wt art now in a puiition to
carry a larger and mora compiato
atock of thai* stood* and to supply
our cuatomen at Vancouver prion.
All Ordari Delivartd Promptly,
—     ii    <■ "■■         •—'  <i
TheBrackraan-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
Uf EtpUwk Eut    -     -   fW 4
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. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C,
-S_SBBBM»__sW_____Ks_B___s_aBH
Snnday ScKool Lesson
(Wth- quarter-  Uwn  Ul Pita
,J,U,     pittas is, inn.
Jgt$ BBTIWN'PBOM OAmWY
History presents nu parallel to that
caravan whioh issued from tbe brazen
gates nf Babylon chanting fo tbs »<--
conipaninmut uf taburct and llut.ij
"When Jehovah lid back tlm captives
of Ziou, wa were like them that
dfrieni." . • Tbay went lado.i with
th* spoilt of Babylon, as their forefathers .did witb tbe booty of Kfypt,
apt) guarded witb a cavalcade of H
thousand honeniuti. . . Tbe decree
which made the journey possiblo is one
of tin marvels ef biatory. A state paper niirivulled in the archives of nations. It cannot be accounted fnr mil'-
hVioiiitly by tha mere intrinsic nobility
of Cyrus's character. It involve.) thu
niaiiumittiiig of captlvea whnsn labor
added to the wealth of the umpire,
while tbeir superior intelligence and
morality malted its civil service: it
also jucluded the surrender of prised
trophies of conquest, besides a generous
appropriation from the royal treasury.
'l'lie losses incurro.l so fir offset my
possible giini| as, for example, tha erection of a fortress upon tbo frontier of
tk* empire, etc., that we are nt a loss
to account fnr thia instance of uuri-
valed iin|ieriiil self-denial, unless we
fkll back npon: the dimple stuleriont
ot the inspires! historian that "the
linrsl stirred up the spirit nf Cyrus."
, . , Tbe response of the hrool'tes
ia almost as surprising aa the decree
ilsclf. The present generation has boon
luun in Babylon. I.iko tho canary in
its cage, they rather liked api felt
safest behind tbe gihlcd bars uf u
congenial serfdom. They had built
lmuies and planted garslens for themselves. There were seven hundred
miles of hedauin-i.nfeited desert botween them ami I'ulosline, involving
at least one bundrcii aud twenty days
of toilsome inarching. Ami when they
should arrive, what ..mil.I they And
but heaps of ruins, affording hiding
places for their hereditary foeaf
Tlial, in spite of all this, Afty thousand
Jews instantly responded to Cyrus's
lecree, can only be accounted for by
tho further declaration of the scribe;
nimely, that Ood raised (same word
aa that tfcnslated "stirred'' in the
lie of Cyrus) Iheir spirit to go up to
build the house of the Lord. There
waa a doubt stirring up; first of
Cyrus to issue the docrcc; und then of
tho people tp obey it  Tbe return from Babylon was a dfaiuonil-
poiut of destiny. The history of the
win-Li turned upon it. Had it not
occurred .ludah would have boon aa
ertainiy absorbed by Ihe heathen empire of tbe Euphrates as the lost
tribes ever were. The Hebrew Scrip
tires and ritual would havo perlabld
from the eirtb. Tbe ruling idea of the
Jewish faith, the person und uAicc of
the Messiih would have faded from
th. iiiiii.I« of men. The Jewish return
from eiiie was, therefore, uo inconspicuous episod of a local and ethnic
religion- It was an event in which all
providential junctures, the men win,
contributed to this end built larger
Iban they knew, This not, however,
discount their fortitude, piety and
patriotism. They wero imorlal heroes.
The unnamed rank and Alo uf Ihem,
as well as their well-known leaders.
THE TEAOHEE'B LANTERN.
This pago ta a mllrror of Providence.
Ood wanted hia people exiled. Tbey
prosperity would uevcr reach them;
aud not for their own sakes only, but
that through them, in hovel and palace
alike, tho true Ood might be made
knowa among tbe heathen. After
seventy years Ood wanted His people
emancipated. Nebuchadnezzar and
llyrus were tho merest instrument* of u
wonder-working   Providence,	
Providence uses  human    instruments.
Ood stirred  up the spirit  of Cyrus.
Howl   No doubt by means of Daniel.
Tba  venerable prime    minister    was
no more afraid or ashamed   of   his
religion now tbau when, years befure,
In had knelt at hia    window   open
toward  Jerusalem,    He  iviilud   him,
aeif of aome private interview with his
monarch to lay this great enterprise
before bim.   Uo Ood uses human iiwtru
iimiita yet Ood calls for volunteers,    Wbo is there among you, let
him go,     No draftl     Whatsoever ia
willing, let him.   The most onobling,
beneficent,  far -rea. -bing act  of whicii
tha human   soul   is   ca|iablo   ia   thll
voluntary compliance with tha will'of
Uml.   Honor tba brave men who respond to the call for volunteers to save
aa imperiled mtion.   Ves!   Hut more
those who respond to a divine call to
•avo a lost world.    They shall shine
a* atari. ........ Sweet ire the uses
of adversity. Ood's people went into
captivity, captive already to tbe witching charm of idolatry. Tb* furnace
of Babylon freed them forever from
(hat bait alloy. Bobbed of temple and
ritual, too, all that was left to tbem
wai tbi Bibl* and prayer. By the
rivers at Babylon they learned to
search tba Bcriptuiw and talk wliih
Ood.
rovuo mm* outtwouih
OMVIOU
October 16, Jail,   Komeni 1Q: 17; 16: «"
Why I Balttvi Uu WU*
Certain truths liv. oaWrelly beyond
bkl horiwn of the bum*n {wind,    kU
reasoning concerning tbem must iiaodi
ba Inpqnolpsive. Such truths are—
tbo Being of Ood, tbo Forgiveness of
Sin, tb» Immtirtnliity of the Bpul, am|
t||e like. But these aimvo all others
are the very frptba w* wiih and nood
to know. Involution in tl)* transference ni there truths within tba
horison d'f the human mind by that
Divine B*|ng around whom there js
nor pan be any horizon. The Bible
is the instrument of this transference.
 , _	
JHU THEOSOPHIOAL BOOIBTY
The Theosopbical Society meets jn
North Vancouver in Boom 10, Aberdeen
Block (ovor tho post ollice) every Wednesday evening at 3 o'clock Attendance is entirely free and carries no
obligations whatever. You are iuvitod.
Theosopbical sluijy and questions,    tf
Wa close Sunday* I'lione 324. .),
II. English, O. K. Ornery, 13 Lonsdale Avenue.
NOTICK,
miii'l.'l-: Is hereby given that appllca-
•' tlon will bo muds to Ihe Parliament of Oanada at the next session
thoreof lor an act to Incorporate a
compuny under the num.- of ilu: North
Arm Undue & Hallway Company, with
power tu lay out, conatrucl, operate,
inalnlulu and use a bridge across the
Norlh Ann ul Burrurd Inlet from a
point on Ihe seashore commonly known
aa the Turtle's Head to a point on the
west shore uf Lut 676, directly north of
the Island known aa White Rock. Such
bridge to bo both for fuot piissennei-s.
carnages, slrect railway unu rallwuy
purpose! will) tbe necessary approaches, and with tiower to connect
Ihe said bridge wilh existing und
future lines of street rallwuy and railway and for Die purposes of connecting
wllli the suld alreet railways and railways lu luy out, construct, und operate one or more lines of railways
not exceeding ten miles In length.
And with power to construct, euulp,
maintain und uperale a line or lines
of railway from some point on Lot 86S
at the end 'of the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company'* branch Ilne frnm
Port Ms,mis und followinr tho north
shore of Bui-mrd Inlet to a point In
tbe City of Nurth Vuncuuver ur to
conned wilh uny rullwuy that Is or
may be constructed on the north
shore of IJuriuiil Inlet.
And for the .purposes of Its undertaking lo acquire and develop water,
electric or olher power or energv, and
to erect lines for the transmission of
tho same and to transmit nnd deliver
the same to any place In the elites or
municipalities through which the
works of the company are uuthnrlKMl
to be built.and tu receive, transform.
transmit, distribute and supply such
power or energy In any form and tn
dispose of the surplus thereof, and to
collect  i-ales and  charges  therefor.
It Is int.-mli ii Hint the works of Ihe
said company shull be declnre.) to he
for tho general udvontuge of Canada
W. H. IjANOI.KV.
Victoria. H. O,
?.ill.-llm  for Ihe Applicants
Vleturlu this SSIh dnv of
Muy, mil i nt
SS
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THE OPAL
October*! Birthrtone
The ban of superstition under which this splendid stone lay far
years, has been displaced by ihe forces of education, and one* more
it commands the foremost place in the jeweler's art.
Always looked upon as a symbol of hope, innocence and purity,
it ii difficult to understand how it came to be considered a stone of
ill omen. When looking al the play of prismatic colon in the opal,
one can understand why the ancients esteemed it so highly as to
call if "purderos," or child beautiful as love. In our Hock of loose
opals and opal jewelry the purchaser will always M the purest and
best grades of these stones. The opal belongs nol only to those born
in this month, but to all who admire beauty.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
ftpielert and Silwtmithi
Hastings and Granville Streets   -   -   -   Vancouver, B. C.
—
Western Decorating & PlumbingCo.
PLUMBING, GRATES. MANTEL. AND ■
TILES, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, Etc.
PLUMBING SUPPLIES BUILDING PAPEE BEU8HB8
BOOKING BEAVEB BOAED METAL LATH
ASBESTOS BOOFINO SHINGLE STAINS OOBNEB BEAD
TAB PAPBB "OAL O TINT" WHITB LEAD
Mantels Midi to Specification.   All Batimates Furnished Free.
Wi Can and Will Bav* You from 10 to 20 per cint. on All Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, etc.
P. O. Box 1S87.    Offlce—fl. W. Corner Esplanade aad Bt. George's An.
' "  i i i 'n .
North Vancouver Business & Professional Cards
AITIIUNTANTK.
IIIMItM TIMS.
HIIIjINHBV.
Percy S. Howard II, ,1. I'crrin
Clly Auditor.
HOWARD & PERRIN
Auditor! and Aceounlanli
t2t l'oixlor St. W.      1', O. I1..I ui;
I'bone 8837 Phone 183.
Vancuuver      Norlh Voncouver
IIAHHIHTKH
H. D. RUGGLES
BARRlSTEB
NOTABY PUBLIC
IW 6lb Street Eaat Nortb Vancouver
I'bone 973
nil,I,Minis AND I'OIII,.
PLAY POOL
AT HAMMONDS
FIRST WEST
Fiaeil tibial and cun ia.tba Cily
Tlie Now Block on  Loaidali Avenue
near the Ferry  Approach
wns built by
SMITH BROTHERS
General Coalraoton
NORTH VANCOUVEB
B. E. CLARK
BMIINBEHS
t'onlrii im. for ii-iiiiiiii.il concrete
coiistrucliiin. Sewering in all its
brunches; house connections a spe
lially.     Estimate*   furnished.
Office: 20 IjiiiisiIbIo Ave.        I'lione L'Wi
WM. MORRIS
PRACTICAL   WBEPI.AOE
ANI) CHIMNEY hi ULDEU
I'u ■■•■ -,l Um I- Mantles a Specially.
Phone 1,112
As ('mill
W. Craili
HIiAl K»HITIIN.
R H. TARN
Pioneer Horidbocr - Carriage Works
FIRST STREET WEST 4 LONSDALE
—
IIIIIII,.'.   ANII   I'l ATlUMTItl.
THE LEONARD-SALE CO.
Booksellers and Stationer!
Cor. Lonidale aad lit.        Phone 113
NORTH VANCOUVEB    .
(IIM-'IT. IIUNHHI.
The Palm Confectionary
Stationery, Confectionery, Ie* Criam,
Soft Drinks, Fountain Drinks, Tobacco
Light Lunches, Fruit
R. C. DUCOMMUN k .SON
Lonsdale and tth Phone 313
I llllllll'HAI TH
CHIROPRACTIC
llui jIIiji isvi'is'il tlie i mutt of DUteie In
be ris-Muiir.' on nerval—itupplnit the
Powtr I'trteiti which produce functional activity. Wc liberate Iho IV.v
er t'urri'iila liy removing Ihe Pressure
-and health li roatortd. K. 3. Irwin,
lie, Or. of sHhlropracllc, IIS llth
Street, North Vincouvir.
dtn       '■   ■ -
Hiiri'A'rniNiu,
North  Vuncouvor  Bu»ina.i
Collego and Copying Offic*
• Oar ni Uttml.i ll.t.tt
"KnoWsUdfl In Powtr" an* Education win    -
im
%rW$
A. CRAIB & SON
CONTRACTORS ANI) III'ILIIKHS
In Concrete, Brick ami Wood.
Offlce: 117 FIHST STREET EAST
CIVII. KSKilNKKBt.
ANGUS J. CAMERON
A.M.I.E. * S.
CIVII, ENGINEER
Irrigation, drainage, levels, plans
and specifications. Septic tanka and
tiouie drainage a ipeoielly. P. O.
Bos 314, l$lb street ws*l of IWwicko
AVMU4,
BLUE PRINTS
V. H. Sharp, Stud U I, Slu.1. Inst.
Mun tim. Kit., An in and f.'lVll Kn-
i in" i Plana, elcvallona, scclluns.
u'liuiiH. »|s,s til, iiili'iiu. estimates, lie.,
for all classsl of work, TracliiKi. Slue
Print*, Hap MiiiiniliiB 117 Lower
Kellh itoad. Cum. Norlh  Vsncouver.
, MISS COLLIE
l'|i In iiiiiii Millinery
'Modertae Ratal
Keith Block     1)3 Lonadale Avi.
NOTABV  I'l Mill
FRED G. TURNER
NOTARY PUBLIC
Loans,   Invntroenti    (ud    Insurance.
Idiom 307, 633 Granville St., Vanoouver, B. C I'bone 8DU9.   Land Until
try work a specially.
SAW KII.KH*.
DONALD DOWIE
Saw Filer and Grimier. All kindi of
bind, crou cut and buck aawi sot
uud Ulead at shortest notice. II Lonsdale Avenue, Nortb Vancouver.
T'.lll.nilM.
E. LAURIN
High cjnu Ludies1 and Cent's Tailoring
Phon* 'lin
KEITH IIIiICK, FJUST STREET
NOBTH VANCOUVER
I IMI   IIIAI.I II ..
THE   NOBTH   VANCOUVER   FISH
AND PRODUCE CO.
Freeh and Smoked Fish
Live and Drmed Poultry
Vegetable* Delivery twice daily
Phoa* 240 131 First Street
l(K DKAIjI
JONES ICE CO.
Wboleialen and Retailor! ii I'ure lou
Criom
iw for family um
BAY VIEW TEA BOOMS
Phon* 334      l/INSDALE AVENUE
i       jn up    .''' '-raTn
viii>Tiiuja«PH|Wi
CARBUTT
Studio  »Ver  Bank   B. V. I.
1  f^mwmwmmmt mmmm  mawmffm^mmrnmaj
M. H. RAYMENT
COSTUMIER
Illi Street It. (adjoining west ol lieu-
lovinl) North  Vancouver
l-'irsi rissss work only. Ladles own ma-
It-rlals iiisiils- up.
N.H.—lirr««m.n»« la all Ua kraaekoa
TKAIIIKR*  (Mllait'l.
SAM. T. SUTTON
TEACHER OF PIANO and THEORY
Specialty: Children'! (Anon* at own
home,  Terms, etc., apply General
Delivery.
eva a. McDonald
Taachir of PIANO PLAYIHO.
For term*, etc., »pply Monday
and Thursday.
aa* Tr»ik ai. k.
rkawlf*.
WAKII amOAimytB.
U yopr watch atoppiag or goiag ttra-
guJariyf See
A. J. HOOD
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THE EXPREJ3, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C
Extensive Additions to
our Plant, place us in
position to execute any
and all kinds of printing
at reasonable prices and
promptly. Phone your
next order to Eight-Oh.
NORTH SHORE PRESS, LIMITED,
FIRST STREET, NORTH VANCOUVER
A BfilLLIANT ONE
Long Ust of Distinctions With
the Duke of Connaught's
Military Service
LIFE SKETCH
Short Summary of the Career
of the New Governor-General of Canada
Tb* following series ot data give in
krief tbe distinguished military career
•I tbi Duke ol Connaught: —
1868—Entered tbe Army.
1871 • -Promoted to Captain.
1876---Became Major.
1871—Appointed Lieutenant-Colonel
1880—Became Colonel.
1880   Was undo Major-Ooneral.
1889—Promoted to Lieutenant- Oen-
•nl.
1888—Made General.
1802   Appointed Field Marshal.
1873-4- Brigade Major, Aldenholt.
1876-6—Assistant Adjutant General,
Bibrallar.
1880—Brigadier General. Aldershot.
1888—Major General, Expeditionary
Force, Egypt.
1888—Brigadier General, Aldershot.. |
1883-6-6   Major General, Bengal.
1886-90—Lieutenant   General,   Bom- '
My. '
1890-3—Lieutenant General, Southern District.
1888-8—Commindlng Troops, Alder I
Ibot.
1800-4—Commander of Forcea In
Irelind.
1801-4—Commanding Third Army
Corps.
1904-7 Inspector-General of thl
Forces.
Since 1907—Commanding-In-Chief
tbe Mediterranean Forcei.
1870—Served during tbe Fenlas
Raid In Canada. I
1882—Major-General   Commanding
Brigade of Guardi In Egyptian War,
and received  a  medil   wltb   ciaap,
bronze alar, and tbe thanaa of tba!
Houie of Common! for distinguished'
■irvlce at Wahuti and Tel-el-Keblr.   I
Tbi field of tbe Duke's activity as
Inspector General of the Forcei embraced tbe whole Empire, and after
having visited ill pans of tbe United
Kingdom In tbe performance of bli
dutlea, he set out at tbe end of 1906
to Inapeet the garrlaoni in South Afrl
ca, wbilo not long after bit return he
itarted for I second world tour, which
Included Egypt, Ceylon, tbe Straits
Settlement ind Hong Kong. Theae
fliju to outlying garrlaoni on tin
fringe of our viat Empire were vitally
necessary for the coordination of the
work of preparation for war, and
gigantic aa wu ibe task of personally
paailng In review tbe whole of the
home and colonial garrisons and de-
fencea, Hia Royal Highness kept pace
witb tbe work, and bll outspoken re
ports on 'our far-flung battle line"
were very helpful to tbe Army Council. Hit influence aa Inapoctor-Gen-
oral of tbe Forcea wu a very good
and active one, for be poiiewei In ao
uncommon degree tbe happy knack of
putting bli finger on the very root
ot matters upon wbicb great Issues
depend and of explaining bli vlewi lu
an eminently common seme and convincing manner. Tbe Duke la an en
thuilaitlc soldier, and knowa thi pot-
albllltleii and limitations of tbe British
Army, and withal, too, there la no
more popular officer than be wilb all
ranks.
Alleged Bigamy
After a week's adjournment, hearing-
was resumed yestordey morning before
Magistrate- Kealy, of tho alleged big-
Fleld Mareba! Hii Royal HlgbasN
tbe Duke of Connaugbt and Strath-
earn, K.O., K.T., 1C.P., the new Gorer-
nor-General and Commander-in-Chief
of tbe Dominion of Canada In luccee-
•lon to the Right Hon. Earl Gray,
O.C.M.Q., G.C.V.O., win uiume Ua
new dutlea in October, and will bold
the appointment for the parlod of two
yeira, which may be aubject to further
attention.
Tbe third ion ind teventb chill ot
Queen Victoria, tbe Duke of Con-
naught wu born at Buckingham Palace In 1860. On leaving Woolwich
Acidemy In 1868 be entered tbe Hoy
al Engineer!, and aubiequently Irani
ferred to tbo Royal Regiment of Artillery, and. later, to the Rifle Brigade,
of which be la Colonel-ln-Chlef. Ai A
lubiltern, be served in Canada during
the'Fenian Held of 1870. He wu
created Duke of Connaugbt and
Btrathearu in 1874. Five yeara later
be married Prlncoaa Louie Marguerite
ol Prussia. In Ihe Egyptian War of
1888 be commanded the Brigade of
Guardi at Tel-el-Keblr. From 1886 to
1880 bo commanded the troopi In Bombay, md be hu ilnce held the Portsmouth and Aldershot commands, and
that of tbe Forcei In Ireland. In 1804
he became tbe fint Inspector General
of tbe Forcea, and In 1908 be wu appointed to the Mediterranean command, which, It will be remembered,
be resigned. It wu a great disappointment to bim that be wu not permitted to share tbe risks of tbe Boer
War. Hll patriotism wu strikingly
ibown by bli refusal of tbe Grand
Duchy sf Sue-Coburg, In order to retain bis Hrilish Nationality.
He wu created a Peer of ihe United
Kingdom on May 34, 1874.
Tbe lul of tbe many Important
Army poats held by tbe Duke wu
Commander-in-Chief ot the Mediterranean Forces, whioh he reilgned
shortly after bli appointment . Lut
year be represented tbe King at the
opening of tbe South African Parlla-
aieui. enduring wonderfully well for
a man ot sixty tbe fatigue and hurry
bf hll 18.000 miles trip.'
The Duke'i connection witb Canada
li a long and pleuant one. Forty
years ago, wben a young man of
twenty, the Duke caae to Canada and
lerved u a soldier through the Fen-
Ian Raid. Since tben the Duke bu
several times returned to Canada,
each time enhancing not only bli own,
but bla family'i, popularity. It will
tlio be remembered ibat   hii   ion,
f'rince Artbur, toured Canada some
our yean ago.
III! NECESSARY MAN
Tbt London fini*i:—The Duke
Connaugbt will take a wide view
bli duller
Tbe Morning Poet:—The eldeit and , .   . ...     „  _ ..
largeit Dominion Nation now enter,' »">y chanjo agamst Oliver H. Baftery
_to equal ititui with the Inhabltanti I who ia accused of having unlawfully
0tn* uXuVutlV.-Tht Duke1 tmatomgh-i form of marriage witb.
of Connaugbt will have Immense iuc- Hazel Fern I .owe, bis first wife Alma
Buttery, nee .lack, boing still alive.
The complainant in tbo case, Alma
Kuflory,  waa  re-examined,  Mr.   Bird
Hi Hu Bun Brltlih Ambassador to'having "heady objected to tbo ucccpt-
All the British Dominions luuce of Ihu murriugo certificate   ana,
Bued upon tbe fact that Ut. M Proot "' ,0"-'i»"n warringc. Counsel
qultb, ipeaking recently at the dull*'submitted for witness' identification a
hall, described tbe Duke of Connaugbt  , . .      ,,,,,,,
u "A Neceuary Man," a writer In thl docume«l "•»" U™. ""'toy » attorney
"Empire Migulne" glvei a remark-! iu tlm divorce suit, dated the Mb .lay
ably Intereiling record ot bis Royal   ,  . .,,,, „'       vT
Hlgbneii'i varioui activiUea is an "' ''mm'>> m- »U,ID8 th,t " ^
Ambuaador of Queen Victoria, King' ereu oi divorce, bad been granted by
Edward, and King Qeorge.  The fluke his Honor Judge John .1. van Aua-
Oat uwbW thvupr r y*
hll career, and throughout bll travels "nnciaop.     Mr. Arnold protcatcd   a-
he hu been not a mere tourist but i gainst it Iwing termed u decree of di-
worker.   Wbat'tbe Duke ot Oonnaughl voree.    Witnesa.aaiii she received (but
■tandi for to-day in the eyei of all men iommai L u.v   L\l Hu. wa„ ..„.„
Is solid diplomacy and honest Imperial T mu" '",*'  "" ,"     wtt!) »ware
lim, diplomacy th^jt ksowi no make I." •'"unary Unit Ibe decree bail been
shifts, Imperlallam which   knowi   no grunted.    She understood il lo bo un
party.   Incidentally there ll quoted a interlocutory decree having  reference
•tory which It ta utd the Duke tells (ml   ,„ b    apB)ioal|OB,    sinco Ju|y.
■gainst himself. It li certainly amue , ', , , " ,
lb*.*-                                                Is'"-' bad been going under the uatneol
"On one occuion," aays the Em-I*"1"1 ■'■"''" A .letter written by her
plre Magulne, "a young subaltern in tho accused was ipioted in which
putting a company of Infantry through ,|le „|]Vist.,j i,;,,, l0 »|v'( |,cr her frec-
Ibelr drill managed lo get tbem Into a   . ..     ,„., .      . „
terrible muddle The Duke, who wu ''"'" "," h\mn B«ori »Pl 8"7 h»
watching tbe eftort, called tbe tubal llllrac '""" "mi AnggtA. through iho
tern and uked, smiling: 'courts.    In ibis letter .she also pninl-
"'Have you any Idea wbat your men ,.| nut to him lhal .-ho was mill his
are supposed to be doing?' I    t
"Tbe boy saluted ud replied: I   ,,' , .   ,
"'Nb, lir.' Then with a roguish "lc ooinplainnni contended that sbo
gleam In hll eye he added.   'Not the wm going  np/Ait ihut  name because
slightest.   Hive you, sir?' "
OF MASONIC INTEREST
The   Duke   ef   Connaught   li Grind
Master ef thi Grind Lodge
ef Englind
she hud now lo earn her own living.
She emphulicully denied Uiat she had
staled In Ur. Reuben Walls lhat sbo
had ever used the words "n good .solid decree oi divorce": she ulso denied
Ilml she had ever staled that her lolks
bud sluod-ull the expense oi Ihe suit,
or Ihut .she bun "made a good job of
it"; she denied telling uuy one that
■In' was engaged lo be married lo an
The coming of tbe Duke of Connaught li of more iban ordinary lntereit to the Masonic   brethren   of
Canada.   Hia Royal Highness, wbo la
tbe Grand Muter of tbe Grand Lodge impectot nn the B. C. Klcctric or tol-
of England, la an honorary member ol'cphunc or any other company.
Zetland Lodge, Toronto.   Hii visit toj   Ur,  Arnold' intimated  lhat  it   did
that lodge some yean ago wu an historical event in Canadian Masonry.
unl mailer if Ihe wilness wenl round
Ihe whole world proclaiming u divorce
Thai would nol help the accused.   Ig-
COUNTE88 OBEY
Who attained great popularity In Canada during the regime ot ber distinguishes! husband, Earl Grey.
JOKE ON THE DUKE
1A    Local    Painter's    Remark    About
Buckingham Palace
i An amusing story concerning the
| democratic personality of King
George's uncle, (he Duke of Connaught, Is going the roundi. It seemi
the Duko and Ibe Ducheki, accompanied by a considerable party, paid
a visit of inspection lo tbe Hampitead
Garden suburb recently. ..,
A painter, wno was" standing near
the Duke and Duchoaa, said he had
served wltb the Duke, who smilingly
obiervcd: "And now you arc a painter.
I auppoie thinga are very brisk In Uie
painting line Ihli springtime.'"
"Vol," wai Ihe reply, "but llierc'a
one place that badly wants doing and
doun't get it."
"Where li hat?" inquired the Duke.
"Buckingham Palace," replied the
{•inter, and went gravely on with bli
Work, apparently oblivious of (he nolle
he raised on the face of inij one to
tbe rojel group.
"Tbere your oplniob and mine
agree*," aald the Duke, u hs walked
lm.     	
PLEASING THI WIFE
A man can spend three dollars os
els wife wltb the right sort of MBtt-
■M-l nourishes and make ber UMak
MlnlHtpO
ME DUKE'S IAMIIY
Inspected thl Q. O. R.
During Ihe training of tbe Queen'i! norunec wus no excuse iu the eyes of
Own Rifles In Ihe Brltiib raanoeuvreis||lt, |BW,    Mr. Bird on tbi other hand
In September, 1910, Ibe Duke of Con- j j ... . j- .  .
",,.,,;'.,, ^ *,, I con elided Ihu, according to Judgo
mught   visited   Ihe   Canadian   regl'„..,,.    . „ r     ...   I
ment'i camp at Avlngton Park, near "'"'•i '' wus "" " question ol mlcut.
the village of lichen Abbu. Ho in" >l was proved lhal his client con-
spected tbe regiment and delivered i traded his second mnrringe iu ibo be-
aoldlerly address lo tbe officers ud |ic, (bal he WB, lm ,0 do 80r lbc |ttw
would recogni/e such an excuse.
Tlie Hev. W. C, Sehlichlcr wus <|uos-
lisiiii'il ps so the certificate ol the second marriage, Witness udmitlod lhat
Buflcn was described as u Methodist
though In had been brought up ns a
Biiniun Catlioitie. Ai Iho timo he described liitusi.'lf us belonging lo no do-
nomination. The question ol denomination did no! affeel the validity ol
Ihe certificate. In reply to Mr. Kculy
the witness said his church did uot
object lo marrying a Roman Catholic
though lbc J;• .i.i.ti, Catholic church objected to marrying I'mslcslnnts. in
this instance, neither ol lbc purliei
hud mentioned divorce. Uud I hey so
done, certainly no marriage would
have lain performed by liiin: His
church   discouraged   sucb   marringos.
Evidence was given by Mr. W. J.
Baftery, the accused's lather, who declared Ibal Ilie lullei bud nol consulted either the wilness or his mother
concerning his lirst marriage. Ho believed lliul u miii'riuge lun/ luken place
und knew lliul u child hud lieen born.
Witness related u   comersulion . he
had   hud   wilh   the  cotnpluiuunl,   in
which  he liud suid "Then you've got
your divorce Irom 'Frisco?"     Sihohad
replied "V'cs. ' We were bolh   young
and did not know our mimls.       My
I ed enilnisiiifin for public work.   That |people huvc paid the expenses.   I hope
he mado Illicit ipeedBy popular with  iherc will be no   ill   Ming   between
Ibe Canadian peouleli nowmaiterof 0)im. nud ,„,,,    , Wiov, it „  the
DUKE OF CONNAUGHT AS A BABE      . •
This photograph wu taken on May 1st, ISO), and shows Ihe Duke el
Wellington presenting a caakst to his godson 1'rlnee .Uthur illuke et Connaught J.
The Family of the Duke and Ducb-
ess lonauii of: —
Prince Arthur, boru at Windsor
Culie, January IS, 1883.
I'rlnceas Victoria, born January 16,
188S; married lo the Crown Prince
of Sweden on June 16, 1906.
Princess Patricia, born at Bucking-
bam Palace on March 17,1886.
EARL GRf Y
Canada Hid Grut Attraction! for Hll
...» "vs*. Excellency
iJ^r*t%%wW-'
{ Eirl Orey hu been Governor-Gen-
eril Ud Commander In-Chlcf of Canada since 1904. when he lucceeded hit
brother-in-law. the Sari ot Mlnto. Ht
wu one of the flnt of thoie prominent
Englishmen who came under the spell
of the late Mr. Cecil Rhodes, and be
uiisted  Mr. Rhodes lo obtain   tb*
: charter for ithodciia, aod himaelf became one of tbe founder! of the Char
'tared Company. After the Jameson
Bald be accepted the position of Ad-
mlnlatrstor of RhodesU The two
yeara ef bis administration  (189f97)
. were ymt of native wars and of the
'gravest polltioaJ difficulty. The post
ihul Groy wm ifipolatsj to la CatMain WU wm (M* for which hi bad
every lactate. It.wu la Canada
tint bll prm-anmdlAther tint imelt
powder under WoUe, ind th* Dominion hid on oilar jovunde a gnat attraction for bla. He carried with bim
a high sense of duly sad undlmlslih-
blitoryr.   He sails from Quebec on nil '""       •"••■"••     • •"■■-- •
return to England culy In October,    j "«' "'•"i' '"' Mh "' u"'
Jlr.flird:   Was this conversation prior
to ihe alleged second marriage of your '
son? I
Witness: Yes, a long lime before.
Ms James Edward MacLcun sss)d 1»
wns ji.s|iuiini.'d wilh the couple be
fore thoir muniuge. The complainant
had told him lhat .lie and KnBory
were going nwny lo gel married, but
thai liis folks did nol know anything
bout it. He supposed that Ihey had
murriiil. He and his father had since
iii.i Mrs. Kullery in Hustings .In -i,
and she Inul alluded to her divorce,
saying she had "made a good job of
il" ami adding "Ibal there aro a
whole lol ol worse men Ihun Mr.Baftery."
There was some contention ai tb
whether Ihe lirst marriage bad been
satisfactorily proved. In this respect
Mr. Arnold asked that tho case be adjourned for a lurther week in order
tbat he might get witnosses from Bel-
liogham. Mr, Bird argued that, np
further indulgence should be given fo
tbe mat I or. The prosecution bad his)
I whole Woek in why* to praptntim
case and Ihey bad utterly tailed to
prove any first marriage.
9r- Kealy *aiA <h«' il waa n sertojfl
i|uestwn, and, despile whnl Mr. BW
claimed, he (ell he must adjourn ahe
ease for another w<#.
THB DUCHESS OF CONNAUGHT
Tk* fact Uiat the iportlng trophlie
that toll to Ibe rifle of the Duke ot
Connaugbt during hll vlilti to South
ktrlen Ut joow being placed in poat-
tin la Bsuhot Park, his country
home In Surrey, renuadi one that Hti
tlon. Wben be wm hi Uganda th*
Duke ihot lome iplendld lions. Hi*
Royal Hlghneu shot bli tint Hon fo
India iom* y*»ri i«o.
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THE  INTERLOPER
Short Story by ]. P. Holland.
UOHTOUED FROM LAST ISSUE
"My lasly in complimentary," bo
.■.'im. iii a manlier wbicb wan soothing-
ly polite. " Nevertheless, though I
lie a llm.I, a* you imply, I am alio
Master l-'mrlnn, -i V deputy anil as
such—"
He bail by tbi* lime pained postc*-
lion of ber Inin.I ami wan premium it
more fiercely than affectionately iiua,
witb an exclamation of resentment,
wrsncbtil It from his grasp, ami, in
tbe slrcst of desperation, lugged at
tbe window strap.
"IViiiiii me," Hu,nm interposed,
"tbo wiudow in a trifle obstinate. Hue,
our journey Jias not been a Ion" one.
Wc bave almost reii'lipd our dettiua-
tion."
Keen a. be spoke, tbe coach stopped
ind a voice muttered aome wonli of
greeting to Ibe driver But to Km the
.■...uu,i waa one from another world,
/or she wai rapidly losing ber scosos.
HI"' acomed to be floundering la *
whirlpool of events, everything about
inr wan, ioufutiug ami unreal.     One
great noli of aiipuitdi and .I.-11■■ - ■ o
C»ped her then, with her lover'a namo
on her lip* sll* sunk into a merciful
oblivion '
IV.'
The "Greyhound" wm • pi'lurct
IJUC  Ins Iill.   Ml null.I al  Hie Iill      Mi I
three or four milct from Treuold Hall,
lin portly li,i..ilmii. an elderly man
wilh a mull aa broad n- bin principle!
and a temper junt aa fluctuating, did
gratifying husincas wilb wayfarers
|,mil, ul.ni'.. and, moreover, he had
found it excellent policy to keep in
readiness, a eoleb aud pair.The diitrict, be declared, wm full of roniau
tic couplet and the "(irsyhouud" was
a nm I convenicul rcndexvoill. Thtt
afternoon, be bad been coiuulted on
a ipi.'-iinii of Ike very kind ind bin
interview witb Master Fairhurit bad
resulted in im iiiii iiiiii- being given
thai the coach be wailing ready at
half iust Iwche prcciicly The worthy
m*n's share in the mailer Ibere end
eil. He never by Buy chance allowed
iriniMi. ium- of iiii- nature lo imu
ganire In- habits, and -u having is-
■.in',l his i iiiniiniii.i- be i. in. at a re
asonalilc hour As be lay snugly in
lid thinking drowsily thai uflcr all
life wm a lilctscd thing, bin can
caught Ibo rumble of wheels aud a
chuckle escaped  him
"They're ot," be muttered, "tag
life to-'cm." A few moment* later
be wus in a heavy uleep.
The blissful lapse wan for once,
however, brief, aud il wm not in the
most amiable of moods Ibal the laud
lord of Ihe "Greyhound" thrust bis
iiiglitcuppcl head Ihrnugh Ihe upen
window uf hii room.
"Who li Mm. king Ibcrct" lie ask
ed
"Philip Kiiirluiisl," answered a
voice.
"Master Kairbursl!" ejaculated Ihe
landlord. "Why, I beard you set off
long liure. Surely you haven > bad a
miibapf"
Philip's uiipali.'ul voice again re
plied.
"Where it Ibe eaorb and pair you
promised me bis evening!!"
"Why, bleu my aoul," declared tbo
landlord, "bu thai ratcally follow
forgotten!   I'll be down ju a minute
Master Kairliurat"
Philip waited in a fever of anxiety
drumming the ground with hit heel,
and inwardly cursing the laggurdly
fellow who failed him At last, the
heavy bolls uf the inn door wcredrawu
aud Ihe landlord stood in Ibe porch,
lantern in band.
"I will go luun.I to (he ttablct," he
a um,inn.,I, "perhaps you will come
with mc, Master Fairhurit"
Philip wat only too williug aud the
Iwo men proceeded thither. On their
way tbey patted the coach house and
the landlord, with an exclamation of
surprise, clutched  Philip'a arm.
"The ccoacli It not there!" he
cried, and hatlily unlocking the tta
blc door, added: "Nor, by licuvrn, ure
Ihe    hortoi!"
A hundred possibilities suggested
i In in. I., to Philip't inin.I while Ibe
ii-i.iM I.. .1 landlord wat oppositely af
fected. He gatped und wbecred ami
.ii-i the light of the lantern iu all dl-
recliout at if tbe horict hail pcrcbancc
hidden Ihcnuclvci at a huge jdke.
Then be turned lo Philip and made
the unnecessary remark:
"Tbey mutt have gone afler all I
thought I heard thorn.".
Pbilip wis wondering whether man
wm ever in a more helpless state. Hit
plans, he thought bud been luid with
oul a perceptible flaw, yet in the flrtl
si'cne—practically iu the prologue of
their romance—things hid gone completely awry. Turni/ig suddenly lo
Hie landlord, be seized the lantern and
applied its light to Ihe roudway There
were wheel marks in lbc dust—distinct
ly new i: i-i. nm and flopping,
iighl in hand, Philip traced thetc Irnm
the coach house iuto the high road.
Then be returned to the landlord
"Tbey have gouc to Tressold Hall,"
he announced, "so the only inference
it that some one with knowledge of
my intentions and reasons for oppot-
iug tbcm, hat—"
The   landlord interrupted him
"Who more likely than your sweet
liCart't; fllber^' lUjOuerieil, blissful-
ly unconscious oY W*)liiiuigi:t'll J
reasonable llicory
"None," agreed Philip, "except—
I ..I iii'i i. what ,u-i.nu have you had
today!"
"Only too little," the other an
twered
"Good," said Philip
The landlord looked ..(lend. 'I.
"Have you any recollection," Pbilip
continued, "of a tall dark man -of distinguished appearance!"
The landlord thought deeply.
"This evening," he said, "a geu-
llcniaii of the niuuner you slescribu
(looked like a Frenchman, I thought)
colled lor refreshment uud iuijuircd
the way to Mellon. He wan plainly a
man uf wealth fur he strode a lino
horse, aud paid the boy handsomely
fur holding ils bead."
"Did you notice hit eyet!"
"I did, Matter Fairhurit," replied
the l.in,id,id. "tbey were a liuo pair
but dangerous."
Pbilip drew u  long  breath.
" 'Twm Matter Kcnard then," be
mused, and Ihe (bought wua far /run
plcasaut. wi..-.i mutt he dol Surely
there was only one course. Ho muit
follow lhal genlleinuu -follow kirn
wilh all |,is -lid,  , |'i i d
" I.iii.i mc a liortc, landlord," he ex-
.limned, "tbe best you buvc," Hit
companion nodded mul disappeared into au opposite stable
(To bo continued)
WANTKD - We bundlo business
chaincs, real ealate, insur'aneo, low),
purcbatc agrcemonlt of sale U jou
want to eell your bouau or your buii;
new call and givo ut particulars. W«
can get rctulla. Busiucsi ii good.
Piilioer Iv. Mcllwaine, 36 l.omdalp ATI.
Phone 1IQ. 80 10
PIONEER BAKERY
sfjT Recognizing the luperior quality of the
tU Cakei and Confectionery manufactured
by Bruce k Co., 135 Lonidale, we beg to
advise customer* that our driven will be glad
to accept order* for tame and give prompt
delivery.
Try Our Irish, French and Homemade Bread
5c per loaf.
&££ NORTH VANCOUVER
umkm.	 10
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11*    1.JJPI I- KHfP LIC
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ShortSloryh^.P, Holland.
Oontlniied from lut pig*
Hera, by tbe light ot tbo lantern be
BB.Iillod his favorite mare ami having
- ler) it Into tbe yard helped Philip to
mount, The latter, after shaking the
plump hand of the landlord, dug hie
heels in the animal's Bide and in *
trice was cantering rapidly down the
mui!. Presently, with Ihe highway entirely to himself, ho broke into a gallop and lmii an hour later had reached
Tressold Hall. Here he hurriedly fas
tenesi the muro's bridle to the iron palings ami passed through the gate ami
along the drive. The Hall, still wrapt
itr the silence qf the night loomed
ilurkly before him tin thought Philip
disl his future at that niumtit If anything had befallen Kua it was bis
own fuolisli fault Of one thing he
was only too certain. Hcnarsl wouhl
never havo interfered if it were not
to achieve his own etuis ami there was
little doubt that Kna Tressold wus his
only object in view. Having secured
the I'irorh uml pair huw has! he continued,1 Hurrying stealthily Philip
reuihi'il    the   place   where   (had     he
I im.  il)  Menard hail stood a short
time previously. Here lie paused Wondering what he should .lo next. He
must firstly attract Kim's attention.
For this purpose he gathered into his
bun.I u number of tiny pebbles and
threw tItem against the window of her
boudoir. The stones ratllesl noisless-
ly ou Ihe i .- l.i.i bruughl no .response Aguin un.I again Philip repeated the process but withuut result.
Then again when his feelings had
reached Ihe while heat uf desperation
there wus u movement ou Ihe grouml
floor ami lliruugh the French window
' which was suggestively open, Philip
behebl a light gleaming.
"Who hus upcnc'l Ihis window!" de-
minded u tleiitoriou* vole*. It was
"Old Roger." Philip reiliied the fact
with no great satisfaction. The remembrance of his lasl interview with
Muster Tressold still lingering in his
iiiiixl. However, he musl lake the bull
by the horns. He therefore pushes!
bravely thruugh the window ami was
not u little amused ut Old Soger's
amazement un discovering his Identity.
"You," he ejaculated, "hcref—at
this hour of the night. Hy the gosls,
young mun   -.'
"One moment, Muster Tressold,"
Philip interposed, 'an explanation is
due lu you I beg you to keep calm.
Your daughter's welfare depends on
il."
"Confound your assurance," cried
Tressold, "it's lime you learnt not tu
interest yourself in oilier people's
diughter's ut this time of night."
"lie silent, Master Tressold," Phil-
ip answered in a tone of authority,
"wkould you lose Kna forever."
"jfVould 1—what d'you mean, sirf"
Philip, having obtained a bearing,
ma.lt' a frank confession of Ihe elope
ju, i.t he hud planned wilh Kna. Hur
rir-.il;.' he told of tbe serious development which ha<l ensued, ami as quickly
assured Tressold uf his own anxiety as
to Una's safety. While he spoke, old
lloger made a score of incredulous ex-
rlamutions. itighteous Indignation
gate pace to an anxious dread, and
when bis daughter's danger became
evident be realised that the only way
wu to cry a truce with Philip. This
be disl in a ii.in.in i characteristic of
bim.
"I1..11.1. you!" be exclaimed "I'm
('unified by .inuiiiltaiiies. Hut huw
do you know she's not in ber room I"
I'lnMp, to prove his words, hastened
to i'i,:!' boudoir, only to return witb
the note siie had left for her father.
"This is all the proof uecessary,"
be said, then added angrily: "A tin
glc stands in the window, she wis
evidently wailing for me."
The old man was agog with imp*
in 'i  wrufh.
cannot lime gone far in so short a
lapie—but the disttuce widens every
moment.   I must lose no time."
"You'll bring her back!" asked the
old man suspiciously, "you won't—"
Philip anticipated him.
"I promlso you no, sir," hi replied, "I shall restore her directly to
you.   Afterwards, perhaps—"
The rest.being too obvious for utterance, Philip bade'the anxious father
a hasty good-bye ami, with a parting
ii.ii.l of assurance, strode quickly intn
thu night. He was quite aware that
he had piegibnl himself to a difficult
task. Kiiin.'U ignorant of the direction taken by the coach, he had premises! to follow iu its wake, actually ignorant of the movements and intentions of Paul Henard (for ho only bases! his conclusions on reasonable surmise) he hail assured Master Tressohl
that he would behold his slaughter
in a very short time Us' trusted absolutely  to    that   indefinite    agent,
luck" ami in a smaller measure tu
the animal which he uow liberated
from thu Tressold palings. Philip
dung himself Into the sadsllc ami with
more desperation than hope but the
nuns' to a gullup. He had nut gune
many yards when furtune smiled on
him.
Lights! At first they were mere
-■I e.'ks un the musl before hint but pre-
senlly they became more obvious.
From the speed of their approach Philip coucluileil iImi they were borne by
a sluggunlly conveyance, and his inference proved lu be a correct oils', fur,
when be reined bis horse ulmigsiilc he
saw that it was a gypsy cart.
"Hold there," Philip cried,but the
summons was unnecessary fur the driver hu.l alreuily hruught his horse to
stand.
"(iuoslnight to you," he muttered
grutHy, fingering the region of bis
belt.
"I am nu highwayman, ' Philip as-
surd him, "I merely wish for infur-
ination Have you by chance passed a
coach while un your journey J"
"Ilu! ho!" chuckled the gypsy, "ruu
off with your wife, has bet On my oath
I thought he looked a devil!"
Philip trembled with excitement.
" Yuu passnl a cuachf Huw long
Igot"
"Nut long," the driver onswcresl,
"you'll catch 'em with a guud bone,
I'all al Ilie iuu a cuupie of miles off.
Perchance they'll know sumething.
Tbey were not abed when we passed."
Philip rewarded Ihe man and call
ing u I..:.in good-night, proceeded on
his way. tio far, so good. "Ou my
oath I thought be looked like t devil!"
"Hun off with your wife hus bet"
Philip repeated to himself the wurds
lhat had meant so much to him. The
lights of the gipsy cart had been the
sure undoing uf puor Master Kenanl!
With renewed eagerness, Philip spur
red on his horse. It was nut too late
Ilis dearest ambition wuuld yet be
realized. Kua wouhl become his wife!
Mistress Fairburst!
V.
ced into her band emptied thi contents
on tbe carpeted floor.
To be contlmiKl
OEQANIZATION SESSION
Board pf Trad* Prepares for * Busy
Union
The first meeting of the executive
of North Vancouver Board of Trado
for the year llll Hull!, was held at the
city hall WedtieBilay evening. President
Alex. Smith presided.
Chairmen of the various, standing
cummittees were appointed as follows:
Commerce and Industries—Mr. 0, 0,
Heaven.
Agriculture uml Mining—Mr. J. Sic
pheit.
Tronsportotioii—Mr. Ij. Witti Doney
Tourist ami Settlers—Mr. A. ti.
I'erry.
Publio linprovments—Aid. A. J.
Henderson.
Publicity ami Information—Mr. Qeo.
II. Morden.
Finance—Mr. F. T. Salsbury.
Legislation and Administrations—
Mr. W. in. i.n. mi
Membership and Grievances—Mr.
Oeorge Shepherd.
Reception and Entertainment—Ur,
J. O'C. Wood.
Aid. HonilerBon and Mr. Qeorge Shep-
lis-i.l were appointed delegates to the
intcr-iniiiiicipul committee ou harbor
matters.
The Transportation and the Public
Improvements committees were request-
ed in take under consideration matters pertuiuiug to the improvement of
ferry facilities ami also the matter of
Ihe extension of the lines of the ll.
('. Klectric Railway Co. ou North Lons-
dale.
Mr. A. Q. Perry, on behalf of tbe
Board of School Trustees, invited the
members of the executive to assist in
entertaining the members of the convention uf School Trustees which convenes in Vancouver Hie second week in
November an<l who will visit North
Vancouver un the afternoon of Friday,
November Hltb. The invitation was
accepts with thanks.
The committee on publis improvement* was requested to take under consideration the mailer of the proposes!
posl office site ami lo report ut the gen
erul meeting of the Board on Wednesday evening.
"What's tu b« donet" be cried,
"that's Hie imporlatit poiut,"
"I bave a horse outside," Philip
explained, "ami as heaven is above 1
shall <lo my best to track them. You
must remain here, Master Tressold."
"No, uo," protested the old man,
"I sin.,.oi boar it—the suspense. I
must u.-t - -J care not how—I must be
up  and   doing."  ,
Pbilip pleaded witb bim.
'  "I iball nol be absent long, if fortune  ftvon me,"  he uid.    "They
When, after the lapse of a few mo
incuts, Kua regained consciousness, her
mind did not at lirst grasp her uuhap
py slate, nor did the significance of her
surroundings ut once strike her Such
ignorance of present circumstances
was, however, too blissful to bu last-
ing and in. ' i.ii". Mistress Tressold
became aware of the discomforting
presence of the man who had so cunningly tricked her into his power She
gazed around her with half-seeing
eyes for bobic vague clue lo her
whereabouts but the room wu a
strange one indeed. The atinospbero
wu permeated witb a strong odour of
liquor, while clouds of smoko circled up
to the celling, which was low aud
oppressive to one unaccustomed to such
onvirounieuts The room was only
half lighted, but through its gloom Kna
could discern Keuerd who was quietly
smoking On perceiving that bis vie
tim was again conscious, he rose md
approerhc>l a small cupboard in a corner of tbe chamber. From tbii he
drew a docauter and having puored a
portion of its contents iuto a wine
glass, banded the latter lo Kua.
"Drink tbis," he commanded
Kna, u baugbtily as ber weakness
would permit her, declined the prefer
rod wine, and, ou the glass being for-
$3,500 to Purchase Agreements of Sale
on close in property. .
50 ft. Lot on Second Street
50 ft. Lot on Third Street -
7-Room House on 6th Street
-      *   $2,100
■     -    3,750
$40 per month
mmm*
CARDINALL & MacGREGOR
Wi MtikUkDu (ou) tm onion)
VMM 9M i  P. O. B«I MiS
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
At the Cily hall un Wednesday morning before Mugistrute Kealy, William
i lm . was charged with having stolen
ferry tickets in his possession The
accused declared that thy ha<l bceu
given to him us damaged tickets, but
Ihe magistrate considered tbe story
unsatisfactory, so ordered Ibat the case
he reminded until Suturduy so that
i Inn  might refresh his memory.
Members ul the Lynn Volley Hate-
payers' Association met in the Institute bull on Wednesday night, tbe
chair living occupied by President ,1.
Neat. Several now members were enrolled nnd a number of minor matters
...si..' into. Kmphntic opinions wero
expressed on Ihe need lor now sidewalks now lhat lbc wot wealber is
upproaching.
Tf""-FT*      ^»^ In      n  PISSI1VI* *~Hff
.Ine Mnrson, nn Indian, wai nn Wid-
iicmlay' fined fit and costs, at nn*
month in default, (or having intoxicating liquor in bit possession.
Tbe Misses Marguerite and Mona
lliculiy of Violoriu, arc visiting rein-
(iv.-. in the city.
Mrs. K. T. English and family havo
returned to lown after spending a
pleasant vacation at Texoda Island.'
Aid, Henderson haa been visiting on
Vancouver Island. He returned, to
tho city on Tuosday.
A sucoessful "At Home" was held
on Tuesday night, nt the residence ol
Mrs. H. V. Young, i:iib and Boulevard. The event was under the auspices ol the Ladies' Ouilrl of. St. Agues' church.
Tho work op Hollyburn wharl is
now completed. Tho new pier,' instead
ol being right angular as hitherto, jutt
oul directly towards Vancouver. This
device renders it possible to make the
harbor at ony tide.
Tho literary, debating und drumalic
club in connection with Chesterfield
..nli.ml. oii Wednesday night tackled
tbo important nationul problem of
".Should Canada have a Navy?" A
negative conclusion was arrived at.
In association with the Methodist
church, the usual meeting ol the Ep-
worth I .'.inn. took place ou Monduy
evening in tlio church parlor. The president, Mr. K. Dickenson, occupied the
chair, and there was a large attendance. Mr. llicketts ol I.yfln Volley,
gave an interesting address on the
subject of 'China and China Missions.'
Nest.Monduy un uddrets will be given
on "Nut ure among the Ports" and a
goodly gathering is again anticipated.
The Lord Bishop oi Ihe Diocese will
visit Lynn Vulley ou Sunday morning
and will hold divine service at St.
Clement's hall al 11 a.m. Tbis will
take the pluce ol the usual ovinn/
service.
Messrs. A. Cruib ir Sou have established themselves locally as builders
und contractors, in concrete, brick or
wood. Mr. Cruib senior bus already
made an exmllenl reputation locally,
through his services while in churgc
ol llm construction ol the Bank ol
Hamilton I^ittiug. und the new firm
will doubtless meet with jnerited success.
On Sunday morning.in Knox church
l.ynn Valley, Itev. Konald Mucluod oi
Nurlh \ nni .nisi i. will conduct servico
uud dispense (he sucrament ol Min-
munlon. Service commences at eleven
o'clock and Mr.  .1.  Veiteh   wil;   sing
'Charity" during the service, Pre
purulory service is lo be bid in the
church tonight, conducted by Ke. Um.
lend. This is the first c.iminiiui' n
since the congrcgution clcclcf its o'ti
session and it is hoped the :ndi .'idual
service will be tu hand ..hi h is b*'.ug
presented to the church I . Iwo of its
members. All members of olhir denominations are heartily invited,
SHOOT
Mountain Goat,
Deer, Bear,
and other big game
Our Stock Of WINCHESTER, SAV-
ACIE, BEMINQTON, MAUBBB and
othor Bines haa bun carefully selected
and wi have tha calibre best suited
to your particular rtqulrtmint. Everything undid by tht practical hunter.
paine & McMillan, ,  m*h
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HARDWARE
FIRST STREET AND LONSDALE
CASH PBIOES SATURDAY It th*
UP TO DATE QBOOBBY, 366 to 360
First street east.   Phone UID.
H. Q. Sugar, ltl lb. sick for ....$1.10
With 3 lb. of our Famed "May-
polo" Uolden Tip" Tea
at  • 10c per lb.
SI. Charles Cream,   10c per tin
(large tins)
Peas, Corn aud Tomatoes, 2 tins for Mc
(new season.pack)
Kggs, strictly fresh, i dozen for (1.00
Maypole Butter  3 lb. for $1.00
Bice, Finest Japan  fl II, for itt
Oranges, sweet ami juicy, 20c per doz.
Fresh ground Coffee, 'Itr per 1 Ib. tin
"Thl roads in now in good order.
Oomt In your thousands aud avoid tbt
cruib."
tf S. BITOHIE.
IMPROVED  FABMINO
mml
The Commission of Conservation
has issued a report on "I,ands, Fisheries and (lame and Minerals" which
shows in a striking manner the vast
room there '■■ fur improvement in the
methods of farming throughout Can.
ada, e .en when due allowance is made
for climatic conditions, the scarcity of
agricultural labor and other factors
which differentiate the agriculture of
a new country from that of tbe older
lands of Kurope.
It is remarkable, according to the
Commission's report how few of Iht
farmers of Canada 'practice auy iys-
tematic rotation at all, aud (lilt" even
in cases where rotations of crops are
adopted Ibcy arc mostly unscientific
and ill adapted to secure the chief purpose of a rotation, viz., maintenance of
soil fertility. (Jan any system be
more wasteful tban that of the west
where the order stated to be most generally followed is wheat, oats or barley and summer fallow! Tbis is continuous grain growiug with dependencd
upou an occasional summer fallow for
cleaning the land.
Bound up with the question of ml"
lions is that of weeds which are shown
to be increasing at an alarming rate
and to be getting almost beyond control. The railing and feeding of live
stork, now so generally neglected together witb a more extensive growing
of root crops which cleau the land eco
nomically, would undoubtedly result in
greater ud surer profits, especially at
a time when * rite in tbe price of meat
is causing universal complaint.
Dr. Robertson, aa chairman of tb*
r_.ri.la Committee, Im* reported that
"if farmers on the average throughout Canada would farm as well M the
illy belt firmers whose farms have
been lurveyed the result would bt the
doubling of tbe quantity of leld crops
from tb* land now occupied in C*n»d*
within * period of thm ye*ri Since
tht valuation of field crops in Canada
ranges tftm ItOIMOfiM to ♦580,000,-
000 per annum, th* importance of tint
possibility is seen."
BUSTING OCCIDENT
In a terrible elate ol mutilation, a
Hussion, n.nu,' unknown, wus brought
in from Cupiluno on tbo street car on
Wednesday about one o'clock, luRer-
iiii.' Irom severe injuries from tbo effects of u premature blusl which ex
pludod in Ihe imu.' fuce. He wus cu
gaged on wnrk ul the head uf Fell av
enuu when the accident occurred.
He was convoyed to the Norlh Van
couvcr general hospilnl where it was
discovered that both eyes bad boon
almost blown oul and that amputation of the l.ti arm wuuld lie nects-
dry. Tne injured men's Irionds, by
an interpreter, declined emphatically
to bavo the operation |« if..mml. and
so fur amputation hus mrt taken place
JfVae al first concluded that the
sight of both eyus would necessarily
bo gune, but on ') hursday the Bu,aiian
ii,iiniiit...| thai he could sec u glimmer
of light with one eye. His condition
is still very critical.
NOTIOB
NOTICE is hereby given tbat the
partnership heretofore osistiug between Oeorge urcybam Palmer and
.lames Mcllwaine carrying on business
as Brokers under tbe style or firm of
Palmer k Mcllwaine baa been dissolved by mutual consent The business
has been taken over by James McIL
waine and will be continued by him for
his own account
a. ti. I'.m.mii;
J. MclLWAINE.
36 Ijoiis.liih'  Avenue,
Nortb Vancouver, B. C,
-■nl. October, 1011. 13-9
Tbe Truth students class will meet
every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at
tho rcsidoncc of Mrs. Oallagber, Keith
road,, near ltidgcwuy. Students desiring higher spiritual unfoldment tro
cordially Invited to attend. tf
TO WHOM  IT MAY   CONCEBN-
We thoroughly dry clean ladies' and
geut's suiils for tlilh. Suits pressed
00c. Money refunded if not satisfactory. Modern Houovatory, 20!) Lonsdale Ave.   Phone 313, 10-11
ATEMTS
fJ.I'ls'il-iVI-^iW]
ni tolldl Ibe tju.iiicu of Itiuuricturen,
Bugjurerssud others who realise Ihe advisst!!-
ily ol liaviug Iheir 1'alcut bu.iucu trsnMcted
by Experts. Preliminary advice free. Cbtrgci
moderate. Owtovtttar's Adviseraeut upon tt-
Jutil. Iftllonfttlsrion, Ktg'il., New York 1,11c
hi I. U,.«li<il > ud Wulilngtou. D.C. U IO.
•s VIA"
EXPKHICNCK
HOTIOE
The directors of tbe Horticultural
Society have called a special general
meeting to be held in the Horticultural
Hill on Tuesday, Oct. 24tb, at 8 p.
in. to ratify Ihe proposal of the directors as to the renewal of the mortgage
and the laying out of tbe grounds and
any other business tbat may be brought
forward. All members are requested
to be present. 80-10
B. C. Mvtry aad board lUblea -
Light rigs anil UaW i*ddli bono*
lor bin. Stabling for boriet. General delivery and heavy teaming, 'fl.
Dumai, 4th (treat weat.     Pboat (47
Mi
Miss Midge Gill will bt prllwUd
wfth ike Governor General'i bronze
medil for th* highest mirk* obtained
by High School scholars in the Province. The presentation will bt made
by Ut. k- R. Steacy. A litnilir dis-
tinctitu hu on two previoui oeeaiioni
bun attained by pupili at the North
Vancouver High School.
Drug Store Snaps
Tanglefoot Fly Pajfer, 2 double tilieeU
for 5c, or 60c per box
4711 Soap  OOcbox
Modified Milk, large size 76c tin
Allenbury's Food, half dozen.... 14.80
,,, ii    1 dozen  $'J.50
„,        No. 3 Food 660 each
,, - „    „       $6.26 dozen
Preston's Kidney Cure 76c bottle
Peptonized Wine of Beef & Iron $1.00
CIGARS HY THE BOX
Marguerite, 26 in box $1.60
Tuckett's Club Special  $1.75
RAZORS & SHAVING SUPPLIES
King Cutter and Carbo Magnetic
Razors I  $2.60
Gillette and Autostrop Safety
Razors $5.00
Gem Junior and Ever Ready
Safety Razors r.... $1.00
Strops from... 50c to $2.00 each
AU Razor* Abaolutely Guaranteed
Money RWunded If Not Satisfactory
North Shore Drug Co.
f. S. TOOHAS, Pk-. B.f Df-ifut
Ul ESPUNADE WEST. Pbone 311
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