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Numlw 44
roucE COURT
llpfore Wis^pBnlp ibe Mayor and
it, p, Foreman, <bh a Am wWnb
involved tba ilM sale ol liipnr tH
tho Indians ,pn |bs irsswHw,  Ito
arrsst lor drunkenness 9I mm Indian
tfA tha arrest ol two others Inr ajl-
,   legixlly interfering wilb » police nit,
04H;  while In  tbs  performance ol bis
duty was   heard yesterday  nio/ning.
.   1$a CMsl ol JMiaa appealed lot tht
crown and ,1. A. Russell, Esq. Inr iba
!   dsfsnoe.
According to Ihs evidence ol PoLoo
llnnslaliiu Weir who with the assist-
apcu „| Constable Prime made Ihu si'
r#ta, he resdyed informstion on Hut
uliday afternoon from Obis! Joseph
that Ulcus was » white man .111 Ills
reservation felling wbjsfy tp tbs Indians. He immediately proceeded there
ii plain clotbas to sis,if ba could guf
'bis man apd wbik >a>ihlng.for blip
ba earns across two Indians in Uie
bash who ss he approached Ibr.'w
B>uy two bottles .wbicb ooutaiinri
whisky. One ol thess Indiuns subsequently identified ss l.ouis Juliuii, wm
said to be very drunk and th»pHio<ii'
proceeded lo arrest bim. Julian res1*!,
ed snd is said tn have balked all Ihe
way to the station. Hs also o.iugbl
bold ol the railings oi) th* road'side
as Ihey were passed. Ihis resistance
caused Ihe constable lo drew his bat
ton and to pse it on the'srn,* ol lbs
Indian so ss in make him loosen Ins
hold. While ths ollic.T had the lndiau
op ths ground attempting io pul ihe
cuffs on him, Julian sr., who bad seen
ths struggle Iron) tba church, c«roc to
< Ibe assistance ol bis son,   l.nuie, und
it is said, oauabt bold of tba officer's
arms and Ihebatlon, thus interfering
wilh blip. By 'his linu Constable
Prime had pome lo Ihs eisietanc; ol
his brotbsr odicor and between tbe
two of them Ihey managed to gst
Louie away Irom si* pr seven Indiuns
among whom were old Julisn and linn
Paul who attempted to make a rescue.
In   cross   examination   Hr.  Husscll
it tried to show that tba am si   made
qn tbe reservation wss an illegal
act and ultra vires, as the Indian did
pot come within Ihe scopo ol cither of
the cases under wbicb nrr.sls for
drunkenness are permissible. Ibcs:
being "drunk and disorderly" snd
"drunk m»l incapsble." The magi*
I rail's slalad however, in no uno<|ui
vocal manner, that Ihey would c insider ihe arrest legal.
Mr. Husscll thought that Ibis was
an unfair position lo lake but be was
overruled. I*arncd counsel persisted in
.calling Julian senior, who bad basn
thus dubliod by lbs polie* "Jnlius
Caesar" much to tho amusement ol
the court.
Constable Prims pronl-'ully corroborated Ihe evidence ol the lormer witness and added to il In a sligbt.de
groe. He said that no undue vinlenc..
had Iwsn used snd ip fast that iu his
opinion Ihe batton nugbl to have
com* into play earlier in the game.
Louie Julian bad torn his (lb* pilice
man's) dollies snd Dan Paul snd Old
Mun Julian bad attempted a ttaeUi.
Louie Julian bad alio made use of a
th 1.-a 1 lo kill in Ihe lol lowing words:
He called to bis companions "Come
on boys, we'll kill Ibis man right
now." Dan Paul, be thought, lo be
slightly under Ihe influence ol drink.
The punishment lor the offence nl in
lorlering with a polios officer while
doing his duty is Irom five to aaven
years in gaol and in bis plea ol sx-
ii'iiiiniing circumstances, which course
he finally adopted, Mr. Husscll opined
Ibal such a sentence would bsVyonil
all reason lor such a small offense, In
lacl b* wa* Uilberllan in bis allwnpl.
lo make lb* punishment III the crime.
Judgment is the case wu r,served till
tbi* morning. Old man Julian and Dan
Paul war* givan Iheir liberty in I.ond.
ol Wl each and two sureties ol Wl
cadi, while Louie Julian was remand-
od in custody in order ibal be might
give ti* police all lb* information he
could to assist in apprehending tb»
man wbo sold lb* |lajor.
NOWB   WfC*W**   HOBTiei'L-
"TttBAI, SOC1F/TV
The Uotik Vancouver I Horticultural
Society and Far*.'fi' Institute will
hold its eighth annusl exhibition on
Hepl*1*"' Ih* »tb and Ik* saeeeeding
days in tb* Horticultural 0*11 ou
l.owdale'Avmue. Tbs p*i» lid and
program ha* jusl been isaapd- Ih
booklet contain* besides * list ol Ibe
prim* already alluded to, spedal  in-
WpiaUon for ttWAton, ikmls* and
regulation ol tin 8od»ly, a list ol
tbe c^iiXilors, a program MM) it
iMmtvtotow~toitoM»w
tin V«ifc filMW Mf 9m* mM
thiatmi' ItoWmtte^f'fot.-
man, 0. p, Juckson, P, T, Sslsbary
apffl, P. frlgblr P»t|»|res, awl tbs
former William I,. Kaene, president,
iTphp lawiwn, yioe-prssjdsnt) Wfltd
Menm, mtntaty and fl. flrisvaon,
i'raasiirer,
'I'liis attractive little brochure shows
that there ii i) large nurobsr ol prises
devoted tp fruits, garden produc* and.
pot-ted plants, Beside* thess there are
many prfsas lor Indian exhibits, dairy
and pppltry produoe, domestic science,
stock, bnrses, poultry (wbicb oxbiliil
is spocially wall rewarded), l*4ias'
wnrk, children's work snd photography.
It Is clear (rom tbe foregoing; thai
tbs exhibition <»H| bs a molt comprehensive ono nmi tba| it fill ft in-
slriiclioiinl nnd I'dncntiminl. To in-
leuding settlers jn tbe ei|y apd the
municipalily it will Ini a ileinnnilration and probably ; a rsv«|at|on ol
what cap lie done with Ihs *o|| p| ihu
North Sbofc and it will sbow con
clusively how well Ism iinimuls ol
all |iinds thrjv* and flourish on litis
side p| tha Inlet.
It is quite i'.\peci...l that there will
lm a civ large panther nl ,'nliies
which will not by spy means all
coma from the oth*r side. It will lie
noticed from the list of contributors
thst many of them hail Irom Vancouver, and tn (base the cily ji duly
indebted.
The concluding evening ol the show
wll| lie devoted to a dance lo bo held
in the hall commencing at H.W nl
which Chance's orchestra will furnish
the music
Dr. Garvie Preaches
St. Andrew's Presbyterian diurdi,
Keith Houd, was tsxed to its limits
on Sunday evening by persons anxious
to hear Principal Qarvia, Il.ll., of Naw
College, London, England, Ihe theological college connected with tha University ol London. Dr. liarviehaslajn
lecturing lo ths students in Westminster Hail during Ihe summer and delivered a series ol lecluics on "TbaOns
pel of SI. Paul" to tbe delsgstaa at
Ih* first Pacific Coasl Ibcologicsl Conference jusl .-.,11. In,I..I in Vancouvtr.
Dr. liurviu's subject was the salvation
offered lo men by Hod through Jisps
Christ, lbs reasons why some reject
am) Ihe reasons why all should accept, not being the prospect nl heaven
or hell, declared the divine, but lhal
in accepting life is enriched snd ennobled snd in rejecting salvation wc
turn down all Ibe bast and highest in
liis and love, following a way that
leads.al-last lo loneliness and death.
'Ilie preacher said that Iht greatest
tragedy in Me lay in the (act that
Und wills all men to lie sav.il l,ui man
has Ibe awful power ol willing olhe'
wise. Fluently, yet simply, the princi
pal nl Ihe world renown,d college Up
pealed lo his hearers, holding Ihem
attentive Irom start in l.-.i-h snd
mailing Ihem leel bow important was
his theme. The choir surd "0 Cine
I'nto Me" impressively, tbo effect lie
ing somewhat marred by Ihe po«ilio»
ol Ihe organ, between the choir and
Hie congregation, making il appu.r
too prominent. In the new cburdi,
however, Ibis will lie remedied a* the
resolutions ippilSd else*Inr. call for
a pipe organ,
CON'STUI't/lfON STABTKI)
Construction/ das started on tbe
erection nt the lew St. Ails Hoi-I
yesterday innrnfig at Ihe uortbwcl
cor. nIS/cond Atr.-ci and I'b.slaiAdd
Avenue./lb* work i. in the bands ol
Aniouju 'fall/ having been sub-Id lo
when the building il
dd#d, Aaaege the bold.
new/bolrl will |l* i|uile Stt   ad
Ihe handsome building*   o'
h /ancouver *s it is lo be da
»nd ornate both on Ihe inside
out. The Idler will ba laced
vilbAirsssad brick,'and lb*   interior
finis/ Vi" be vary allradiva,     Alto-
will lie 180,000 brisk used
Ihe dyu.lruction and Uicaeand tbr
her maWial needed will be supplied
Ibe N.Jyb Voncouver Coal k Sup
ply t'ompa;
Jht luparftisprfspt 4 oon.lrucllon
will b* Mr. fmg) who built the new
Hank ot H.nnilton. Tbe axciv.ti.uis
(or Ih* foundation* aie already sppi
pitted and lb* latter are ol suBcieui
rapacity to easily carry Ipt five slur
ayl wbid)   ar* lo lis   auperimpwd
mm-
|(»jbl« ItajlV fjll b* a litlure of lb
in.ldc decoralsotM. Tbers will li*
over rixly twm, two dioiag loom,
billiard rooms, *fo* ro.iaM and a
Uiy* office, aa*l ol aourse nnimone
btlbroome upstairs wHb dovalor am
vie* to lb* upper doors. It is ex
pastad If) gat lb* bold open wi'tln
d» nosdka.
CITY COUNCIL
JM Mim|ar weekly masting »'. tha
o|ty pmjnpil wan bebj| lasl night whop
there wss a llfll pon(|o)|',pF)Siintwi|s)
His Worship tha Mayor in tbs chair.
. Tbs niinutcs ol Iho ineotings nn lluj
Slst and tba 3rd ind, were adopt«4
A i*|t*r was then resfproiii tho ssp-
retsry to tbs dopartm«nl if railroads
wbioh spknowledged a lolegruw Irom
tha city opunail witli regard in subsidies and tbeir renewal. ,Tbsas bays
lit.i'ii granted, but AW. Dick moved
tbat a second telsgfltm ho sent t0 ask
concerning tb* additional grants
which increased the aniniiills ij tbi
subsidies Irom tbo original sum ol
Wni,ikhi to Wi.ihhi «nd that Ibis bs
approved. Tbe motion was carried.
Thsw were a number.o| litters concerning minor details ol rosds, Isnss,
aidewalka and Water and a coniniuiii-
catiofi from H. Wesoho staling that
be hsd twice applied to Iho chief ol
Ihs firo department for piimiision to
burn rulAiish on his lots so that ba
Could start building, but that he had
lieen twice relimnl.
It wss moved llint ho he written to
and asked to describe Iho location pf
his property so that Ihe matter
could be looked into.
J. W. Horne mole to ask for niin
lint»imenl for a large plate of glass
which had been broken by a hlsrt in
his new block. The city engineer was
instructed tn look into this matter.
A communication was read from
I'-vans, Coleman k Evans asking for
payment nl all account amounting tn
10,273 which bad been outstanding lor
some limit. It was stated hy Alder
map Dick on boball ol Iho waterworks'
committee thai Ihe pipe for which
tbo money was owing WIS I eing
weighed snd that us soon as Ibis mat
ler was completed the mutter won|d
be ui tended to. There was some
difference, il appeared, in Ibe standards by wbid) tbe weight was calculated on Ihe part ol Iho city and
the company.
A reporl was banded ill It'om the
cily engineer which was lo tlio effect
lhat he had obtained tbo p lition uud
the names ol the pr.ip.rl> owixrs ou
lt|i slrect wbo were lavorablo to
wards tho widening of ths sired. The
mailer was referred lo tbo eoininilleo
ol the whole which will meet Tl.nrs
day night.
The cily treasurer informed the
council by letter that be had lieen 1.liable tp prepare his report a* his usj
sisiio.i had been awuy Irom ''" office
ih lough illness and lhat he had lun
busy with taxes, but that il would!
be ready for Hie regular meeting next
Monduy night.
Ihi' president ol the Pacitio Coast'
Association ol Fire 1 bids, Mr. Mc-,
t'inin, wrote lo notify Iho cily coun.
>-iI thul the annual convention ol lb
association would lie held in Vnncuir
ver on Sept. II, 13, 18, II.
From the Lonsdale llcalty Pn. of-
lering a site for a cily hospital. Tin)
letter was laid on the table nmi it
was slated in Ihis connection by Aid,
Dick thai Iho cily hud no intention ,,l
building n hnapllal since Iheir fundi
were lur lop low ut present.
'Ilie H 1 I II Co. applied lor leave
lo discontinue temporarily the Keith
road car ecryioe on that portion ol
ihe road which lie* hetwien Fc'l Ave.
and the terminus near the IsiuugS
building. The .company staled thai i<
this li'ie done iboy would be in a
much heller position lo curry out Oil)
schedule iff the twenty liuinil I'U
vice on the Capilano lius.
It was'moved by. Aid. Dick that
Ihi* be allowed provid.d Ibal Ihe i:r
vie* b* resumed 90 Ihe demand ol Ih
council th* k)ipi lo Its Ibe sole
judges of lb* MCeslily. The motion
was carried.
Mi. A. C. Holt enclosed in a com
inunicalion oerllffesies for lb* indnl
In*ion ol lire apparatus. Tbe matin
was releirnl In tbe fire commit I e.
An account lor fW3.ll Irom Ure district council, boiug tb* dl/s spare lor
Ibe LiII00cI Boad fas order.d paid..
The Wallas* Shipbuilding Yardk
bad a complaint lo malt* concerning
lb* grading 0' lbs Esplanade, It was
said lliul Ibe pew grade would make
Ibe approach lo tbe yards nl the com.
pnny so sleep a* to render tbnn in
accessible and Ibat would entail a set
ious loss. Tbe teller wu rdrrrsd lo
Ibe Hoard ol Works.
A second commupiration from tb|e
Wallace Shipyards WM to elk A tiff
dly would av*t ib*s/|n soma way ip
Ik* maimer pf taxation. Tht compoiy
bad sdlled wjit) tin insurance sot}
panics and must pom look to ibe Is
lure, Al tin ptmt»' fff* ol tasaUnp
Ibey would bs "WW Wl °f Mm
and K psdbi«g'>ul<l b* dona It wpplld
bav* to rdus* aH sordrssta and to
tmly  repair  work   until   saw*   Uj»i
Utfc* -**-' souU la duoosad of.   <
AW. pi* mnvKl.tbal tha company
in writ|«n u»d instructed to nek for
a bylaw to go boforo the ratepayers.
It wss impossibla, ba ssid, for tho
Pfliwcil tn'acl in. lbs mttot, Um\A
pot lowpr the luxes or m'd Ito
■company of. its, own initiative in any
Way, ,
• Aid. Kfttson; was pot in favor wilh
the motion, He ,mi,I Hjut tbp company had already asked for a byliw
providing   for   total exemption    1 0
luxes.
Aid. Henderson wiih of the opinion
that something might lo 111 done to
eiii'inirage all kinds of industries Uml
epmc to ibo city spd tb»t ¥r. Wol
lace might lo be met tp sonic extent.
•Tho matter wqs referred (ii the o.im-
mil le „l Ihi) whole
Tho monthly statement .,(Iho North
Vancouver Ferries Co. wus then read
und was objected to by Aid. Dick ns
not being lull enough, It waB, ho said
a mere sin lenient ol receipts and
was not a propor financial statement
since none nl Ihe disbtirscni.'tits wero
given at all.
Ahl. Kittson also desired that tin
report bo fuller and he wanted tu
knew what if anything wus charged lo
reserve account.
Two pel ii ions were read for side
wulks, one on St. George's Ave. and
tho other on Fourth sliest.
Then Mr. Tinn mi bebulf ol the rule
puyers ol Lynn Vulley wos heurd by
the council. Ho read u.resume ol Hie
meeting held on Friday and the ri solutions adopt,si with regard to the
demand of the government lor a <|Uar
ol ull still-divisions. Thii wus mudo
under section three of tho Land Act
Amendment Act PHI, and worked a
great hardship 00 all Iho privato parlies and Iho cilice and municipalilio.4.
whicii hud worked for Ihe betterment
ni the property and he cited many
reasons which had been given at tho
meeting why the government should
not enforce the claim, it bad I ecu decided to send a delegation lo dolor
Willi Mr. Carter-Cotton wilh a view
later lo mooting the Premier, Hon.
Richard Mcllride to urge upon him
tbo force ol Iheir agruments and the
unreasonableness ol Iho claim and Ihe
cily was asked to join the delegation.
Aid. Dick was heartily in favor of
the movement and thought Ihey all
should he Ihe same. He moved thai
His Worship the Mayor and Aid. Hon
dcrsou he delegates to join with tbe
others lo meet Mr. Curler-Cotton and
the premier. Tho motion was carried.
It was slated that Capilano' ond
North Lonsdale would both be asked
to join in tho matter.
At this point Aid. Dick urged lhal
all matters bo put iu sbapc for the
moeling with the Bnilroud Commis
sion which was now on Ihe way west.
He thought everything should bo
ready (or the coiumission und that il
should lie decided bdor.band what
was urgent and what was not. It was
proposed Ihul the city's counsel he
asked lo advise. The Alderman moved
thai there lie in this regard a special
meeting ol Ihe committee of tha
whole nt four o'clock this altcrnoon.
Plans for adoption wero next in order. There proved lo |io Iwo sols.
The firsl wore lor a proposed subdivision iu block 13A, Hi. i'Mi. and
these were approv.sI by the Council.
The second were lor a proposed subdivision in block.ii'l, D.L. tit. Aid-
Henderson moved lhat Ih, se be nd
opted subject In Iiiiii.' being a twenty
loot lane instead ol a len loot us now
shown. Tbis was also adopted.
Tho various ropof's of lite .committees were then read. Tbo first was a
reporl pf the Hoard of Works with
icgnid to lb* SI. Patrick sired sew
er. A sum of HtlAh was vol d for
Ibis, Tbs llmviisbury Av*. grade from
Third street lo the cily limits reipir
id s sum of tfHtt-tt and for First
•lre*l Irom Forties Ave. the sum 'J
11,111X00. The second sine! grade
amounted to1 Wfifi.W from Lonsdale
Av*. to St. David's. It was moved
Ibat ull Ibese be pojd and Ibe motion
c»rri*d,
C'oiiiinucd in Friday's issue)
Don'l foigci the Junior league gar
den parly On Mr- A, |» Clement's
lawn, corner I (lib and Hidgewny, Op
Thursday, Aug. Mb, Irom f to » 0'-
dock p.m.
An inlerisjting film is on at 'be
(Jem next fsinefday. and Tb»r*d»y,
vis, 1 "AWa" Irom tin opera of tin
tepn peto-   Tk* eait is as follows i
. Aids ...: eftry fotiet
King of Pgypt    Ifaf, Ogle
Amnerji, bis daugbl*  Nunoy kvfH
Badamii, an Kgyptlsf Mhtf ■
9. pmtmt
■ lug of ?s#>» •,...•% rwwfc*
High Prisst ol Ids ft. Utomif
T*ls is a mod rsasui'ful pr.dndiop
^fff mWffWr wq ^^m) ffw wtfi
A m&pilop passed b\ tho ffisnitg
crs line) (he session pf It, Andrew's
PrwjMjjjInn' oburob pn Friday evening wm rand-ip ito cdnr/b ut ibssir-
vico op Suigluy Ip the JSeft (bat (h
diripg tl
cbll
«vpa>|f> ai
for a. pew
poar tba opri
Victoria,   Park
Icntpl^foo  tp
horhoiiil   of
which will
about tWO/ This sum
to
course ol this
ipctilivu pliiiyi
Mil- «t««*E
Mh B»sd and
'I    is    in-   ppiif
»ito *kh<
ion   lbs adtf.oe,
a sea\ing capacity ol
ill include   a
pew pipp organ and" life building will
provide BMommodationllor 11 session
room, ladies' parlor, Wslry, choir
room and kitchen and\ the Sunday
school will also be provided lor.
When tho plans aro sept in they will
bo suMnittcd to the congregation aaa
whole. If'funds will allow ol it tbo
buildup will be orccted 0! brick.
LAWN SOCIAL
'Ilie Junior League nl Ibe Methodist
chinch wil) bold a' garden parly on
Mr. A. L. Clement's lawn, corf Tenth
and Hidgewny streets on Thursday,
August llllh, Irom four to eight p.m
weuthor permitting. Hefreshmcnt| ser
vod.  All welcome
ST.    JOHN'S   CHIIBCH   TENNIS-
'IOIIBNAIIENT
Any tenuis players wishing to lake
part in the tournament can still enter hy notifying Mr. J. loutel, tele
phone 17, or Mr. A. )•'■• I'rjckmay al
ler 7 p.m. phono 61. The congregation nnd visitors are invited lo at
lend on Saturday noxt at Mr. A. V,
Crickmay's tennis court, 15th slrool
cusl.
Mr. J. K. Hicksnn will shortly move
lo his now residence on lib street
near SI. Patrick's.
Mrs. A. Diersen has r. mnved to an
apartment in the Colonial Hlock On
Tenth street.
Wagner's celebrated "March Irom
Tannhaiiser" will be played by tbs
t'iiy Hand on Thursday next on tba
I'splanade west. H S
Mr. A. J. Kcnnc/ly is moving tp bis
new hnuse on Fourth street snd Mr.
(ieorge Cbridopbor is moving to a
new house on 33rd street near Western Avenue.
A recent move to Ihe Norlb Shore
is that ol Mrs. P, I'.. Oregory wbp
comes oyer Irom Vancouver to reside
ut a new home on I Hh street war
Jones Ave.
Mrs. II. McDowell has jusl relumed
Irom Iho Okanagan Valley where she
has been spending the last week wilb
her daughter, Mrs. T. II. liraliunic
Mrs. McDowell bus been much benefit
let! hy her visit and the change ol
air.
The Kpwort|i League ol Ihe N. V.
Methodist church held its monthly
consecration and reception for pew
members service last evening. There
was a large attendance und a profitable evening spent. Next Monday,
Aug. llth, tbe league will attend the
quarterly rally hdd in 8th Avo. McUi
ndisl diurch, Voncouver,. leaving N.
V. by Ibe 7.30 ferry.
Mr. Andy Nelson ol the N.lson
Mfg. Co. has bought the illluUdyucbt
"Nancy" which was burned last
week. If1 "ads ^"> the hull Idpw
the wsler line is in perfectly good condition snd he thinks Ibat he may possibly rebuild lbs boat. There was a
good ipiontily ol load on Iba keel
wbicb was Ibo firsl inducement to buy.
Ap ingenious method was used to
llonl the yacht wbicb bad become submerged. Log. wen tied alongside pf
her at low tula, Al high water she
Honied aud wss then hauled ushoie
where she now lies high and dry.
hWUm  BftSIPlW M  NOBTH
VANCOUVEB PIES IN ENaf.ANJ?
Mr. J. c. T.
death in Englam
nounscd and wbo
resident of this cit
hero.  He wa* a ci
so a member ot
while jp Nortb .Va|
speclnr of boilers
nl |be wper of
dais Avt. just
wa* alao oonnec;
roll*,
has jt
sudden
beep an
one tjin* a
'as well known
apd »)•
9.1.U.9, and
uyor wassn J»-
bpjb). H»M
llrsol agd l-fipa-
dty limits. He
:tb an epajjtaar
jpg firm, Hufob**, Mnxwdl k Qtegoty
VtMppyit.    v.
fhp> inflndla popm ytsn. Mt■%*•
ctofu snaVid ttm mm<m 'm j1
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Mt kid spuswiag Ao do *Wk Ua
TfTfj    ftp 11*   mill'IBliill^    nr  ttt   •v-T-r   rrr-
wimm m9m •
. Up.'378, Tbomai'Sajiwht, |pt 3,
block 2m, *nb. Mmto,'-m
street, ibw-jwrn. ff)W#garfi*»jawlp
Hprtpp coptrffdor.
Up. 379, y, f .spm, lot R, Wfla'f
% sub. m m*m, •'••ami
(ramp rrsideiicc ^ cos! |t,|J,l(>. f, l).
Scarps, srehifooft
Up. m, Arthur 9mh, U )0,
block 301, sub. 644 and «I5, 9mA H-
four-roomed residence Ip'cost IJW.
Np, m, (i. A.: fatspp, Ipt 4, bfoai
308A, sub- W, laabon Ave and mtA'i
camp. ,
No. 388, ts>sn. Boatop * 9°M>
tOt Bicliurds slrcol, Vuncuuver, |p|
36, block 118, sub. 371, "Ih drsst,
frnniu story ond p ball"-, canwt |oun-
■bitinn, dwellings lo post 13,350 sscb.
ArdritePt,' 9- A- Beatpn, coptraoior,
Jobp PsmnWL      ,
No. 383, F. Tsrn/'l0Hr.l>l<4 1»,
sub. 373, 8th street, |wp pnltagra ll
cost 11,300 each.
No. 384, James fiawardips, ljl« Homer street, Vancouvar, lot 34, bluc'r
83, sub. liljl), ||t|) tmi, 8-rPBnwi
dwelling tu ens! lilW).
Np. asa, Mr. A. V. Vsnstops, lot
18, block 13, sub. 374, Esplanade,.    .
No. Mi, 11. Wieche, lot 2, block 311
sub. ail, 3lth street, dwelling to cost
$300.
'No. 387, WnVDiclufon, fot IMtfodf
Ilia, sub. aatl, Keith Boad, alteration.
to cod fitll. Contractor Piter ||o-
Murdo.
Expreis Clawified Adi.
BATES
Singl. Insert. 10c psr line
One Wssk, 7ic per lips uer iiiscrlipn
0ns Monili, he psr line psf insertion
WAMT8P
•1
WAN'I I'd) I'.inply or lurni.hed tuul|
cottage or shad, near car line. Dos
101, Express Office.
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WANTKD-Drcssmaking. All kinds of
good class .york undertaken, shirt
waists and skirts a specialty. I(rs.
Bayment, 2nd house, 8lh street, adjoining Boulevard, North Vancouver.
M
WAlJTED-Br>"iralo, about t rooms,
small cash payment, balance as nqf
140 |ier iiiniiih. Must be near car and
modern- Apply Box A|3, Express Office, is a
FOB BBNT
Boom for Hint on car, 18 minulss'
walk Irom ferry, tt Lonsdale Ave, 8-8
WHIMS   FOB   HENT •Houiekccping
optional. 390 'ind street cast.       8H
"THE  VOqilE" Millinery   PuiL.r.
Mrs. F. Herryiiinn, proprietor, Union
ir Temple, Nm Hi Vuncou.ur, wi|l
open 011 or about Aug. 90lb vyuii a lull
range ol lull milliiu'iy. 88
FOB BENT- -large ball, IjOnedalp
Ave. (near 1st aires!) lormerly known
as ^. F. Hall) suitable lor lodge room
society purposes, or suits ol o(Boe|,
Alterations lo suit responsible lensat,
privilege o| sub letting. Apply Ii win
k Billings Co. Ltd., 601 Lonsdale Ava.
Tdephon* li. I'
FOB HALB
FOB   SALE  1'unking   Apples.   '&)
3nd sired out. HH
FOB SALE  First growth dry wood
tot- t4.ao per cord, 4 It.   0. Mcllade,
Phone W. 1*8
MIBOBLIiAKIIWw
.1. Louid and Hoi# f*naisls
■ ie! il el Lpnsdals Pbarmaoy Phone 38
FOB BENT - Housekeeping rooms,
3)8 Second streat tad. 4II
Sandbam «V Simpson, building movers, residence 469 81b Avenue W**|,
Fairvisar. Td. Fairmont 1310.     848
m.
IXIciT -llelwcen Ifilh and lGlh slrad
bebrl sbaped Ipcket, initials W. H f ■
for r*»vd apply m 'IW, ^P"S»
0«s*. ,   ' 11-8
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TIM tfprtw f/snsnnyrjr City IM *)•
der tin AltfU'm of fl. ffnm, *M
givt an oppn air osnosrt tomtiti**
(Wednesday) svaning apd tin LAbif-
ing cysning <TtoH*y, IM M>% W')
Wjll gfvc a ccsjostet op tin f round* op '
potdbe Hold Norr* Vpntoutet or* (M
*mmti %»W m it mm &■
m]X<  *Jp9)ft7-l ftftm ffffr ftrff^WtW rfr y
\ifWr*m  m^mm ft^^WW^iw* ■Hi
BOECKH'S
BRUSHES
'Are gti»r»iitw4 against iinpsrletsiiQin
wbifli, jiv poorly piads goods, wise mmk
Worry ailtl inconvenience to tlie Ipse-
holder-
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STEEL GRIP
Paint nnd Vanjiih Bruahea
Will do first plass work and will
sltcf} (he gristles, *
anm—n- mun i    ,T   i       i
*SBC
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
North Vancouver Hardware Store
104 ESPLAtfADE        NEXT TO POST OFFICE
LOTS IN BAYVIEW
i i ,.!,. ,
P. I, nZ\ & 2075 on Keith Road,
a shun dislance west of the Imperial Car Shipbuilding and
' Dry Dock Co,'s properly.  $300 and $326 each-$20 cash,
balance easy terms. These lots command an uninterrupted
view of three miles of Burrard Inlet. Good soil and level.
Call in .viiii- (or descriptive pamphlet.
S. F. MUNSON
333 Pander St W.
Phone Seymour 5654
ERINDALE. D. L. 622
Between proposed SECOND MARROWS BRIDGE
ad NORTH ARM BRIDGE w m Rod
FIFTY FOOT LOTS, $330 gg
Cash end
month
GRADED ROAD TO EVERY LOT
Water and telephone aery-ice is lining put into district now snd
routs lias hern surveyed lor carline.
D. MacLURG
340 PENDER STREET      VANCOUVER, B. C.
—f
ASK
your neighbours
and ihey will re-
comm.end it to
you—THE
electric iron with
a reputation.
HOTPOINT We shall be pleased lo send one of these
irons to you for TEN DAYS FREE TRIAL, Phone 46
Light and Power Department.  ,
■" ' So     i '      ■     4     -T-
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
50 LONSDALE AVENUE
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TAKE NOTICE
THAT the Gvic Information rand Labor Bureau is now
open lor (lie Convenience of Employers and Employees.
Employers are requested to take advantage of the Office
whan requiring lulp.
Phone 321
W. B. HOOD, Secretary,
14 Lonsdale Avenue,
\*\ North Vancouyer.
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FRUIT   PRODUCE
CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, Etc.
WHOLESALE ONLY
PETERS & DOYLE
P*W   w^rwPHI   mmmWmw  tmWnW*** mWmW^wvwrtmm  4wm"
Cqmemm to North Vincouver Merchants
Mf to THW **W*~ ■•WP* iwwt iffmmjft wm%Wmm
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ViMKtlii
A preliminary' rsport ol llS Twelfth
Census of England gpA W»K tsksp
oil April 9, 1911, was issued by Ih*
British census offioo in June. Tlie census of mil readers posslhls Ida measurement ill I(|b ||o|mliitl.in o| 'Rag.
Innd and Wain* not only s)|.se I6fll
Imt iilso daring tha lid jflirs sinoi
the tii-si English esnsus was labia, in
1W1, Th? report |s .signed ly Mr,
(lernard    '.MaW,     C.\].,    ,Ra,islr»r
QsWal, Mr. A. c. waters/ I.S'0. and
Or, T, B, C, Hlavsnsnn.
Wa lean, than in inul Iba palliation ol Kngland and Wales wss recorded as o,m'l,m. Al the /scent
census ol |Ull the uura'sr wjs 88,-
07o,at», an Inartasa o| o,6i1,M, or
|0,0 p,a., sinas 1901,. Th*. lirst aom-
|il,'li' ivniiii'i ol ths I nili 'I Hi" 'lmii
was l»kmi in 1831, when the |iupu|n
(inn was 2(1,863,1,81. Tha figure* an
now 41,316,6611, an increase ol 8,167,-
944, or IU p.o. since 1001,
The rate ol iner ami In 1801-1MI was
U.I) p.o., so tImt tha present r.ita, rs-
presents 11 deplfn* ,o| 0,6 p.*. This
in due to tba fuel- that in Knjlsml
and in Scotland Hie rata ol in******
has been less, iq England 9.1 agaitnl
9.9. p.p. snd in"B«ot|and 6.4 Sgaimt
11.1 p.c. In Weirs however lb* rat*
hu increased Iron) 18.8 to 18.1 p.o,
while in Ireland ths rata ol d area**
has fallen from 6.3 to 1.7 p.c The
last figure is   s   satisfactory   lent-ire
pointing to tha probabl* tarn o| tbs
scale by an increase ol Iho population
within the neit' decade, 1
England now contains 763 p,o. ol
ths total population of tha UnjUd
Kingdom, having gradually re ohad
Ihis prnporlinn (rum that tl 64 p.o
in 1831. Walrs has incress d its pro
portion Irom 3.4 p.o. in 1831 lo 4.6.
p.c. in 1911. Kriiilniiil bus maintain*
a fairly constant 'tpportion from
111 p.c. in M31 lnJlIuTp.o. in 1911
while in IrelandjStbe population whie
in 1831 waa S3.*n p.cl, or naarly on*
third, is now only 0.7 p.o. ol the total.
Tbo urban population of England
and Wales in 1011 is 38,168,970 and
Ihe rural 7,906,399, so that broadly
speaking Ihe proportion in 1011 of per
eons in England and Wales living up
der nr lmii conditions is 78 and undai
rural conditions 33 p.c. A comparison of the changes ol population in
distinctly rural areas show Ibat in
each decennium Irom 1801-61 llwro
was an increase, Ihe msiimura In ini;
14.30 p.c. in 1811-31 and Ihe jniiiinmm
•i.iil in 1841-61. From 1861-1011 there
was a decline nl which thi hi bail
rate was 1.38 p.c. in 1871-81 and ll)i
lowsst 0.41 p.c in 1861-61 ; but during tbe lust two ili'tviiiiiii there has
again lieen an increase, tb* rate being
1.36 p.o. in 1891-1901 and 9.62 p. c
in 191)1-10. This again is a salisfno-
tory. indication so Isr as it go**, but
tho actual increase in ths rural districts during the last deoennium is
only 739,364. Ths d*ta at present
ihs.1i,,1 are insufficient In show whether
or In what eitent rural migration to
towns has been arrested, hut it isslg-
nilii'iiiit Ibal decreases ol populaliun
ars most markedly revealed in lb*
counties remote from urban and industrial centres such as Devon and Cornwall in tin- southWMt, Cumberland in
Ihe north, Hereford in Ihe wtslsiu
midlands and Weat Suffolk in Easl
Anglia.     ,
To aome mlenl an inmate ol population, in rural areas is due lo improved means ol transportation enabling workers to live furl Iht iitlcld
(rom their labours, and Ibo census
shows instances ol the ib«line ol population in Ihe cut r.i portion* ol l*rg*
citle*. For the first lime tbe ureu
known as tbe administrative cuntf
ol Loiidun, consisting nl 38 metropolitan boroughs In addition to th*
actual "City ol London" shows a da-
dine though only lo th* extent ,,10.3
p.e. KJn,e 1901, th* iieiiinl figures le
Ing 101,'ltl it) 1911 against 4,636,'
367 in 1001. Wbarl, boww.r, Is t.k
en into account th* sr*a known a*
"OraaUr IjOndon" aoaa'sling of th*
administratis* cunly ol London and
Ol nuiner.iiis urlian and rural districts
in .Surrey, Kent, Middisui, Herla aad
Kimx, Ih* tolal .population in 1911 I*
7,363,963 tgainet 6^81,403 in 1901,
an increue ol 10.3 p.c. Similar tan-
denoie* toward* decentralisation io urban di»lrict« are revtaltd by Ih* ra
cord* of the population* in aad contiguous to Liverpool, Manchester sad
fliriniognam.
Haw W**imiasUr land Dial rid Dis
of Sort* V»n*o*ver. TAKE
s, II. 'JUdwiu snd A
. lorlh VsRomfsr, oocu
ptilon, taifitdK Inland io Sfplv tor
parrtUmon to mm lb* follow,** Ae
scribed elreem, knowa t* 4 mm Cfwk,
imencjiig «t a post planted at tba
W. sorfter of Ih* old monOap ptitfw
Id eUeam, thtnea north,
ft at altetm to 1*0*
Mm norli o| KslUi
...bridg*, lot tin purpow of
[rook, ft aid ind sand lor
tarn. *i*a.n mmntma.
rrT^VV    ^'r'^^'fTT     i^tmmawf
SJ %33BkC* oi.-4Plriw.
0*4*4 Inf. Ttb, INI. »IV
faBUDCKS 15.15», 16 and l4,i K L, 350,
PRICES; $750 to$1000according to' locutions
fERMS; 1-4 CmK Bal, 6,12 nnd 18monthi,
ACREAGE tn District Lots 546 and 550
In Blocks of from One to Four otvmore mm,
PRICES; from $2000.to $3250">r acre
TERMS; 14 Cash, Bal. 6.12.18 & 24 monthi
The Grand Boulevard extendi through thii property
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FOR PUNS, PRICE LIST AND PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
The North Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company, wX
543 PENDER ST. 5s»iM5 VANCOUVER, B. C.
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North Vancouver Business Card
ARCHITECTS
A. CAMPBELL HOPE
C. A. CAI..
ARCHITECT and ENUINEf',Q
I'lione M16 Vancouvar.
I'll,in,' 1)113 North Van,,,msi
I'm;  .    Howard H. J,  I	
t'iii Auditor.
HOWARD & PERRIN
Auditors and Accountants
AW I'andfr 81. Nf.       I'. (). Iloi UVi
ri,„„, 8837 rim,, ■ 183.
Vancouvsr      Nurlli Vancouver
BILLIARDS AND POOL
PLAY POOL
AT HAMMOND'S
FIB8T WR8T
Fuss*! laid** aad cuss ia ths City
BI.ACKSMITIJS
R. H. TARN
|1oa»*r Horsssbosr - Carrisg* fforiu
WEST STREET WE8T I l/INSDAI-I
■naai^wsoMiMM
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
THE LEONARDSALE CO,
. UVnlilnte »d Stalioaar*
C»r. I-oMal* Md 1st.        Pboas It)
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
blue mm
V. 9. Sfcarp, Stud. S. J, Stud.
Insf. Nun, Eng. Etc., Ardit nnd Civil
Enginasr. PI***, rlsvstioos ucUoos,
rsport*) spaoiftosUoBs, sst|as*t*s( si*.
lor all d***s* ol wort, Tracings, Wu.
Prist*, Map Mooting. 197 l-owsr
K.il* Boad. E**t, 11. Visuwivsr,  3-8
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COfHAOTORE
CLARK k LYNCH
BWJIUEEBS
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CONFECTIONKRY
The Palm Confectionery
Stationsry, l'oiilcclii,nery, Ico Cream,
Soil Drink*, PounUi* Drialu, Tobacco
I.igbt l.iiiii-lu-s, Fruit
11. C. DUCOMMUN li SON
Lonsdala md 61b I'bone 313
CONTRACTORS
Tbt New Block or l.oiudslo Aveaue
n**r tb* Parry Approacb
wa* built by     ■
SMITH BROTHERS
Central Coslraotort
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
WM. MORRIS
PRACTICAL FIRKPLACE
ANI) CHIMNRY BUILDER
Pressed Brick Munilcs a Specialty.     Phone I,ii2 <
CIVII, ENGINEERS
Angus J, Cameron
1,91* k a.
CIVIL ENGINEER
irrigation, avaltsaas, Itvsl*,   pluu
tad »p«*l«>«llofi*.   5*ptlc lapkt   ami
PHOTOGRAPHERS
cARBurr
Studio   over   Bask   B. N. A.
Lonsdale and Es|ila»adt
SAWFILERS
—
DONALD DOWIE
Haw Filer and Grindar. All kind, ol
hand, cross cut and buck sows set
snd filed nt siiorlatrt untie*. 11 I^ns
dais Avenue, North Vancouvtr.
TAIWRS
■   .
E. LAURIN
High Hats I .adits' and Otnt's Talloriag
EEITH,BIilCK, FIBST STBEET
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
lioiu* drainags * ao*«i*lly. I'. O.
Boi fit, Klb strtst meet ol Btwisk*
sVrsSHM.
*sn
FISH DEALERS
THE   NOBTH   VANCOUVEB   FISH
AND PRODUCE CO.
Frtsb *|d Sooksd Fi«b
Uv* aad Dressed Poultry
VtgttaMat Delivwy twit* daily
fMen M0 131 First Strast
IGfl DEALERS
JONES ICE CO,
ffbottstlars put Rettilert ,i pur* let
Cretw
la* lor family uu
BAY VIEW TEA BOOMS
Pfco*. m     IAN8PAI* AVEHUE
EIPBESS AHp BAflOAflE
■   .. '   .   '' j .    i. ' .
A. WILD
IJOHrT EXPBEW AND OENERiL
Prompt    8s¥rtc*~Mod»r.l*  Cjhargae
pJfWwnW  jTaJe
IUsWb Tailtrs ami lUMvaUrjr
907 I-nwdals Av«u*
Cltuiig,  Prtssusg,  DysUg,  AlU'ag
W.   uM   lbs   Prmah   thy   lAeunrnt
Proosss .   PboMilU
NOBTH VANCOUVER
JOHN LINDEN
^fliW9
l-aditt' and Gent's Suits to Ordtr
Irom 136.00 aad »».00 iwsptctivtly
Phont Hii I»n»d*U Car, l»tb St.
NORtH VAMCOUYER
TEACHERS (Musk)
SAM. T. SUTTON
TEACHER OE PIANO tad THEORY
Sptoialtv; CfcildrsB's Ijssob* »town
boms. Twms, tfp., ppfiy Oast*-*!
Mbfmy,
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gulmiyl dm
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tub ^PMLm-wd^i vAMeeuv**,
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up, wood pret^lfon not o*|y pro- *
longs the ||fa pf durable timbers, th||s
tteoreasing tMr annual MBanmptinn
but a,lsp grants ths sutaljlijtypn nl
infpf|pr speoifS, wltose nse:n=i|l^-'lfaMy
radtipes Ify drain" upon the mpra dr
jlroMa Wndft      _
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lair WW 19 a.m. Mm" and 6 p.m. Wednesday to ensure insertion In tha
following iniifl.
NOHTH V*W-'PUV»»,   p. C.
August 8  njn
TflE   ABBITBATION   TBBATY-AN
HISTORIC DOCUMENT
In future years when historians Undertake to wejgh the comparative importance ol tha great events cl tha
first quarter of the twentieth ccnUry
tb*y will doubtlsss agree that tbe most
notable and far reaching ol those
events' with respect to international relationships was the signing of
thS Treaty of Arbitration between
England, Franc* and the United
.Stales. The observation is olten
made lhat ths generation, living at
the time when any epoch-makin? event
ol history transpires is not jn position, because of it* close proximity
tp that event, to arrive at an accurate eelimate ol its real moinentous-
ness. It requires the lapse oi years
and the enlightening assistance ol the
actual operation of ths now order in
|ts historical setting to enable the
human mind to gst a proper perspective upon such an event and thus to
viow it in ils right relations and in
ils proper proportions, ss among
associated historical developments.
Hence, while we, who have been privileged to witness tbe actual establishment ol this peaoeiul relationship
between these three regnant natinni
ol the earth, have, in a general way,
some concept nl its importune-, it is
sale tn say lhat our best thinking is
but *n imperfect loreshadowing ol tbe
red eignificance which attaches to tbis
i'viml, as lhal significance will Is demonstrated lo luture generations, by
Meats ol the actual unfolding id its
inherent potentialities.
In the lasl analysis, ths absolute
abolishment ol war, is perhaps, impracticable, as human society is si
present constituted. The ultimate ap-
peal tn force is inseparable Irom human thought in such matters. In the
adjustment nl differences tbe final
authority muel be found in the power
o( one parly lo impose its will il necessary, upon the other. Tbis charac-
t.'iisiii' ol human thought finds its ultimate unction in tht atlribiil* ol
omnipotence whioh Ihe human race
invariably aacribes lo Deity. War, as
a possibility, must be rccognibd there
fore unless and until human nature is
reconstructed,
At the earn, time, It is cttUy pus-
silile Ibat human intelligence may lie
educated lo that position where Ihe
spirit ol revulsion against Ihe prtc
lice ol waif will become SO strong lhal
war as an actuality, will -be relegated
lo a position so eicaedingly remote is
lo accomplish ils practical elimina-
lloa.
Toward lb/is consummation th* arbitration which wa* signed on August
3rd denote* * very long step.   While
Mils Is by dp weens tha Jrst trbitr*-
lion tttflf flhty too toep entered
into between nation* in modtrn limes,
lsj*rc i* one feature oi thi* laleel
treaty whicfc clearly distinguishes >l
Irom every similar agreement bstwsen
nations and which places it lar in id-
vtoct ol any web document hitherto
altvmpted. All other treaties have had
reference lo clearly specified metiers
of ol any r*l« b»ve deliberately and
it^ontlonslly osoluded from Iheir scope
nl| matters which migfi* arise in
which the national honor wa* involved, That indefinable entity termed
"national honor" has alway. hitherto
been held to Ij* vilbop), tin P*k otto
appeal lo tpfnlifmnt debet*, ft b*«
hitherto been pnb/erlaUy agreed ijrat
Ilu nation*), bona* could b* m*in|#>
ed end promoted, when nutters  per
taisia* tbarato ■ was* ia rniulfon   Is*.
w^st  "t^nji". -mf rw -wiwtwtw   ™t
|*>oen nation*, onty by Ih* tludding
ol blood snd ths reddest blood nl tbe
best specimens ol th* tons nl the nation al tba|.
'(hat "Pence llnth Her Victorias No
Less (icnowned Then War" never w**
mora strikingly demonstrated than in
th* Important departure which the
present arbitration treaty marks in
this', rsspect in that, under its lurms
milters pertaining to the national
honor are for tbs first time in history, included as subject nr arbitration. This ouiirse has I ecu rtnderod
possible by tbe provision that in tbs
first instsnee ill differences involving
vital interests or national honor shall
be submitted to * "Commission ol En-
qujry" composed ol representatives of
ths governments interested, those represent stivss being members of Ihs
Hague Tribunal. The purpos* ol tbi*
commission is to find som* fessible
lol it I ion of the difficulty which will
render arbitration unnecessary. If,
however, arbitration becomes necessary upon t recommendation Irom
tht Commission of Inquiry, the subscribing notions agree to submt th'
urn* lor adjudication to tbs Higus
Tribunal or lo some other tribunal
constituted lor tbe purpose by special
agreement.
There is, therefore, the besl if ns-
son to hope lhal Ihe eigning ol Ihis
treaty malts the inception ol a new
order ol thing., that il iu reality herald* the inception nl a new epoch in
Ibe realm ol international r.ltlion-
ships which will culminate in ihe reign
ol universsl peace, or in the nctr.tl
(pprosch to that ideal st.t*
which is possible under tbe present
moral and menial constitution ol the
human family.
CHEMICAL TREATMENT FOR PRE-
si'TiviM; TIMBERS
Th* preservation ol mine limbers by
chemical treatment haa nnt yet been
adopted by Ihe mining industries n!
Canada. In msny localities, however
ihe distance* required lo transport
mining timbers tre becoming greater,
poorer >|utliliee ol woods hsv* to be
used snd the annual cost ol tbe upkeep ol mine timbering is becoming
gruler. The United Stales has Already reached tbit slate and has done
much' in Ihe treatment ol mine tim
hers, where it haa been proven Ibat a
treatment ol crtoaolt or sine ohloride
decrease. Ihe dnrtruclion due lo decay, firs and iatscls, this incrrstrs Ih*
lilt ol the limliei. tnd decrease* the
annual coll ol replacing min* Inn
bar*. Timber used in mines hss on
Ih* average, a shorUr III. thoa wood
us«l lor aay other purpose, ihe surroundings in a mine are very conduc
iv* to rot, which afler t period of
from three to five years ceased the
limber to break, crumble and become
useless. Experiments have l.een con
ducted in United Hint,* mines wilh *
row of unlruled and treated mine
props tll*rn*l*|y placed. Alter eight
month* every unlrettid tliok Wat
wasksned by decay and broken, while
lb* treated props were sound and use
ful. From various practical experiment* ol this kind with different specie* .4 wood, importtnt results hove
been obtained.
Fir hat tn tverigt ol li yetrt ua
Iretlcd life. Treated it lasl* 19 year..
Hemlock luting as a natural wood I
yarn just doubles ils term ol lii*
wlun lre*ted *t does cbc*tn»| and
l*m»r»ok. tyruce i. one of ih. apt
oi*s which deity* ipnekeat wh/n untreated, luting only » years. If trtrt
\ww, ("f mm mm ft) w*wf*t 'twfmjf/ ■*}*.
enaaiag it* lifi WO per cent. To sum
"THE VOflUE" Millinery Ytl^h
Mrs. f. rVrmen, prpprininr, Enspn-
|a grafts, North Vaneoiivnr, will
open on or about Aug. 301 h Wilh ''• lull
r*ng* of fall millinery. 8 8
i i n i    tiiii it-rrm—nr
.
''tm wWWt US IV W"?
Eitittt Dye to Use
this $m,
If you have a drees
with trimmings of
different mftterUU.
and wish to dye it all
one color, get a package of
DYES
Then you wilt not have to
rip your dresa apart, because one dye bath dyes all
fabrics squally well.
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M. S. McDOWEI.I,
B. 0. DUCOHMUN-6, 10, 18c .lore
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Hw m Fir« bwwt Med inle Ihs?* btf dw«.
BpliwwMwis'r*
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in the world.
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THEOSOPHICAI, SOCIETY
Tbs Thsosopbicsl Society meets in
North Vsncouver In Boom I, 871-'1"1'
dtlt Avenue (catmice nest to Wil-
coms Parlor) every Wednesday cv.sasg
tt 8 o'clock. Attendance » entirely
Irss tnd cirrus no obllgitiout wbnl-
•vsr. Von are iaviled. Tbcos»ph'.c*l
study aad questions.
HENRY B. WATSON
AWWTECT
Booms 10 sod 11, Ponder ('htmlare.
Ml Pender Street »     Phone 3481
end Lonsdtle Ave., Norlh Veasouver
Hesidence, pot, Lonsdal*   Ave.   and
Xlnd slrctt, North Vancouver.    ...
FRED C TURNER
NOTABV PI BI.I0
Loans, Investment* snd Insurance.
Boom 307, tn Cram-ill,' St., Vancou
ver, B. C I'lione ."■»«. Und l'..i-
try' work * specially.
1*91*1
«
System
Home Connections
Node* lo Property Owners
of North Vincouvtr
As Ihs main drainags sysl*m is approaching completion w.teg lo notify
property owntrt Ibtt wt irt nuking
arrtogemeot* lo underltkt tht tewer
coonertione on the viriout private
proptrtitt tt t rtatoaaW* co.t to all
thoa* who dtairt lo avail Ihemaeivta
ol etrly dr.intgt lacittliat. Having
carried oul ihe main drainage sy*t*e*
lor lbs city council tad having th*
necessary plant and *kiU*d labor
avallabf* w* tre la a* eiceptionally
ItvortM* porition to ctrry out th*
private house drainage at a moderate
io.t to property owner, and w* shall
bs pieaatd lo lurnish estimate* and
plans 11 owssssry to otrrying out thi.
mo*t ststotial work I* accord***, with
Ih* sity rtguUtioa* aa4 on meet up
to-dtle principlee ol «sod*ru unit*-
Uon.
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A SNAP NEAR MAHON PARK
lm 15, Block 40, D.l. 547-8
ihi" lot is litllltai 0« 16»h St. and js much below value, convenient to the cjty and cir line.   The lot is 50 x 140. .
The price i| $|050, |-3 cash, balance in six and twelve
months. Compare this price with what i> being asked lor adjoining property-
Exclusive Agents
Canadian Financiers,
Real Estate, Insurance-Fire, Life,
Accident-Rents Collected*
Bank of Hamilton Building
i)i Lonsdale Avenue
ERNEST EBBAGE, Local Manager
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
I'll It S.M.I':   .', loom
house on
I'l.,.:
tcrlicld Ave.   |<ew, ail modern.
Price
13,200.   Easy terms.
-
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
TELEPHONE Bo, P- O. BOX 114
LYNN VALLEY
' '
One sere block on macadamized road, will make
a splendid homesite.
Price only $800 on easy term's.
THE NORTH VANCOUVER TRUST
CO., LTD.
Betl   Eslnte tnd  Finnncitl Agents
Agreemenle nl Stic discounted.
219 Lonidale Avenue Telephone 44
PALACE HOTEL
c
Ratss :   ti.on  per  and  up.   Special rates to (amilics
and   lo regular   boardera	
rinesjt |oof Garden on Rif If if €o«»>i
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REDA & ANDRUSS
CBOCRHTORI
Sicono Striit.   •   ■   •   •   NORTH  VANCOUVER. B. C.
witww^iriw'emmrw
TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET
Stock and half Irom Lonsdale Avenue and cine to cu
terminus. A lew good lots lacing south 1500.00 each
on lerms ol } cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18
D. L 553
50 ll. lots close lo Keith Road at $500.00 each OO
lerms of | cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 monthi.
C. I. LAWSON & CO.
15 LONSDALE AVE. . NORTH VANCOUVER
Phone 70-P. O. Rox 1816
New Hirneu Shop
A BRANCH OP THE VANCOUVER
HARNESS CO, HAS BEEN OPENED
IN THR PREMISES OP THE C. U.
k N. (XIAI, ANI) HI'PPI.V CO.. CO*.
ESPUNABR AND ST. UE-ORfJE'S
AVE. A fl)M, BTIX'K 0? FIRST-
CI.AS8 HARNESS AND HORSE FIT-
TINOS WM. BE CABHJED. A
SPECUI/rV f|M, BE HADE OF
HEPAIB WOP. FBI0IC8 Wl|7, BE
THE SAME AS THOSE |M VANCOU-
nu.,
ViicMuir Hu imi Co.
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North Vancouver
Coal mi Su#^ly Co.
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Wbarl: Cor. St. George's and Rs-
pltnade.  Office: tt I,on.dtlc Avenue.
Wbtrl Pkone |78.     O&e Pb«*c IM.
COAI, MEHCHANTS
Detlers in ill kipdl'isj Building l|«
terfal, Safld, Gravel, CssMnt, im
Brit* imfmot, apt) preaaad), Firs
Brisks, Fir* City, Platter, Wmmt, ^
ler «i Ptris, Utfc, Stysflss, Arab
Vipe.Tw.
PtimMik aad M"*.—■**■ Cotl
rf'rWprr f^v*T7^f   tT w)9^^Wttv*
FOR RENT
mwm
BOXES
Most modern fling device
on the market.
A safe receptacle for those
valuable papers and jewels
■
NORTH SHORE
LOCATORS, LTD.
32 Lonsdale Avenue
Telephone 123
H. D. RUGGLES
BABBISTEB
NOTABY PUBLIC
133 6lb Street Best North Vtaeoaver
Pbons373
IBBIGATION NOTICE
NOTICE is benby givan ibtt an application will be nitde under I'trt V.
ol tbe Wtler Act, 1909, to obtain • license in Norlb Vincouver division ol
New Westminster Diitrict, on tbe Istli
day ol August, 1911, at 11 t.n., by .
E Newton Drier, Surgeon, Vuncouver,
B. C, lor wttcr lor irrigation use on
three acre* owned by bim in D.L. Ml,
tbe source ol supply being t until unused slrctm Irom Grouse Mountain
flowing southerly Ibrougb I). L. 692
tnd D. I.. '.'.ITI, Ilie point ol diversion
being about '-'.HDD leet in norlb*at'erly
direction (rom Dr. Drier't M.E. stoke,
tbe tiuinunt re.|uircd being i cubit bet
per second to lie carried by buried
pipe line Irom smsll dam is bed ol Uu
stream.
Dated   tt   Norlb   Vincouvtr,   July
l!Hh, 1911. 8-18
NEW WESTHINSTEB UND DIS-
TUB T District ol New We.tmin.Ur.
Tike notice Ibrnt Eliot A. Haswcll ol
Voncuuver, occupation, broker, intends
to tpply lor permission to purobtss
tbe following described land*: About
300 teres commtnciuij tt 1 post iiUnt-
ed on tbe northeast corner 01 l^it
1671. thence et.t 26 chtiu*, tbenet
oortb 80 cbtin*, Ibeuce we*t t cktint,
more or Ian lo tbors oi Horn Shot
Like, Ihence in t toutb tnd wetterly
courts around tbors oi Ilk* to North
teat corner ol Lot 1673, tbenet toutb
60 cbtin*, more or le.*, to point ol
commencement.
"iBrd.)      E1.IOT A. IIABWKI.I,.
lun* ITU), 1911. II-»
WE COULD
Paper the World
Iron our stock ol new Will Papers
ao it seems. Every dty some new
design trrive* lo 411 Ihe vtctney
ol Ibot* dottd ont.
H.ndwme Well P<
Mgt
»r* here in endlsat vtriety. Jo^
tell our stletssts lor whit roots
you went tbe paper and It wf
skow yoe jut tke (kWasnyoatas
looking tor.
To tsjpose Irom our slock it 1 plM
snrs, to piy our prlos to et.y.
W. H. ST0NEY 4 CO.
117 1-onidii, kvmm Phtme Ul
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N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
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)27 imWAU AVE.
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^P^tOll'PROtECTION write a Policy In the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd.
IWNDOM; ENGLAND)
ASSETS! $94,900,000
Mo Agent
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC.      18 LONSDALE AVENUE
Afreensento and Centrict. drawn
ol every description
Phone 157
G*n*nl
Conv.y.nring
K'-
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WA I lK
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is a most important thing lo i.in<inli<r when yon are Imying
• a homesite,
North Lonsdale
is now connected to ilie Mosquito—unlimited pure
, mountain water.
100x132 on Nye Street now being graded and
macadamized. $900. Eaay term*.
.
JACK LOUTET ®, CO.
213 Lonadale Ave. Tel. 47, Cor. Nye St. Tel. 87
Advertise in the Express
nmAJVJi\ CHARLIE==
Why make two loads moving when One Van will take it all.
Ring up 295, CREAMER TRANSFER CO., (01 the
Largest Padded Furniture and Piano Van in the' City.
\     Wff'JffV/'lSl^
3 ~ZZ^m&00%^!&%
Tlie operator's duties ure l„ inswer
mils nii.l mul,,' ronncclions at rapidly
as |Kiesilile. Convcrtation Willi you
would incvilnlily lilnck oilier dills jusl
is urgent as yours.
So 111* operator is I raited to use
.■'iiiiiii set phrases relating slrielly
lo I,,t work. Any r|tictliniis oul-
■irlc ol her Ituictions must neaesor-
ily Iw referral lo |ieople having in
I'hiirgi' spi'.'iiil classi'S ol "irregular" inquiries.
A miimlo's coiisirlerotion will show
lint unlrss Ihe operator's rluly wore
uniform—praoliailly the same in every
rill -she ...iil.I nol possibly give All
mliseriliers Ihe servira liny demand.
B.C. TELEPHONE CO.,.LTD.
mwmWW.
lywVaJiiyNotM
(Espress Hpeois! enrVe*jiQni|»^)
Mrs. Turner, l-ynn Valley, who has
been cnnlined to hi r house through a
vary severe illnws |s report*! to have
taM. a tarn lor tttovm,, Friends ol
the' Ismjly will te potli relieved end
pleased to know.lliis.
Mrs. MoMoran, South Vaneouver,
has been on a afeejt's visit tn Mrs.
Aubel dp Prederlpk Bead,
Ht. Ragh, 'Davidson is •'reeflvurlng
from a nasty ecui'lont due to » bite
Irom one ol his dogs received while
administering a dose ol medietas lo
the -animal.
9?, tnd Airs. Oou|d, floran Road,
bays gone to Victoria, having rented
their house jn the Valley meantime,
Mr. Tommy I lust wnii I- is having his
aoreagu cleared on Church r'oad* belore
building.
Mr. Win. Morrison is on a visit to
his daughter at Port Mis.
Hi-port has it that in the very near
future a Mud nl stores with dwelling
above will bo erected cor. I'huroh and
Frederick.
The l.u.lii'n' Aid nl Ihs Methodist
church iiii'i. last Tuosday afternoon at
Ihe home ol Mrs. Hiniw, Frederic's
Hoad, a large n11indium, |sing recorded.
Miss Vera Norman, Lnngley, Miss
Hyde, Vancouver, Mr, J'avie, I,a»g)ey,
were visitors at Mrs. Rolit.' Brown's
nn a lierry picking escursion Inst
week, meeting with great mircris in
their efforts.    ,
'Ihurmlay evening, 17th irrit. n Oct
Acquainted Hncinl will he In Id in tho
Presbyterian church. It is understood
iimt admission is Iree. 'iho main object is In bring Ihe different inmilies
in Iho \ nil. y together lur tin evening
ol music nnd sociability, a movement
which should havo the hearty support ol one and all.
Sunday's ruin lias leon 11 I .....lit to
the Valley. It laid Ihs dusl. Although tho Valley boasls a water wagon very little use is made, ol it in
watering the street when duety,
l.nsl Imi.iv evening ut Ihe home of
Ur. and His. 0, W. Sugden 1 very
enjoyable evening was spent in honor
ol Mrs. (Dr.) Kugden ol Winnipeg wbo
is visiting in the Valley. A very de-
lighlliil program ol musical numbors,
li,,ili vocal and instrumental, was ren-
dered in finished .stylo. Among Iho invited guests wero noticed Mr. aud
Mm. P. Westuvor and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. .1. Kirkland, Kiss Gltilyt
Kirkland, Mrs. (Ur.) Sugden, Mrs. II.
Douglas niul, daughter, Hr. und Mrs.
liussell Pox, uml Missis Pot, Min;
Hugden, Winnipeg. Light r,'lr,*hmenls
brought a ploasunl evening to t close,
Thu new bungalow built for the
Msihodisi sinil.iit oflicialing lor tht
preeent in the Valley is nearly reudy
for 1 occupancy. Mr. Wour expects to
move in some lime this month, »s.i-
ther permitting.
Lust month in old London the marriage of Hev. ('. I'. F11I,,J,y was sol-
eiiiiii/oti. Many Iriends of Mr. Fake-
ley in Ihe Valley wish Inni all joy in
his Inline lilo und work.
Five now houses are planned la be
built corner nl I'mmme and Frederick
in Ihe near future by Ihe Merchant
Trust. The ground is already cleared
Inr lluilding n|iernlinns.
The work ol clearing eleven ides on
top of ll- I in Itoad is well under
way. A gasoline donkey engine i. in
stalled thus giving the work inure
headway, making easier lo bundle ths
largo roots, etc. menu stored in such
wnrk.,
The new municipul buildings begin
In lake on an np|>cui'iiiice ol complete
iuss, luring plastered inside wilh the
piime coal ol point oul.lde.
The new cane seated cars ol largo
dimension recently installed on th*
Lynn Volley car routo by Iho li.C.K.
II. are a grfat comlorl to Iho i.u
veiling public.
The |ienplo who have lieen lor the
Insl woek or two coming out lo pick
licrriue are many, no kee then Iwen
ly live were counted on one berry
patch and wherever one looknd he
could hear voices. Hack oi Fromme'.
mill seems lo be a very (tvorlte spot
tlso up Ibe old skid road by Ibis rock
crushir.
'BO^^.if.WedtTiesd»y,:A«gflst fttf,
Hll, to Mr "awl Mrs. Hotert 9
Simpson, .a, sop.
Pr, and Mrs. Martin tn removing
this week to their new residence, (fit
Lonsiiniii Avenue. Mrs, Martin will
not receive until early »hIuiiiii.
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A MOW) UP IN NOBTBYANOOIJVBB
Weigh your bread, Brewer's -* l<
Dread is 19 ounoos (Union Made) hive
eeats. per loaf. Mo sweeter or bettm
bread made, pon't pay a bighirprie
lor inferior stuff, or encourage exorbitant prloes in North Vancouver, 8.
Kilehiu, the Up In Dull, Grnosr, 856
to 358 First street, Esat. 98-8
Wm
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1 in Tit iii i" a
Hay, Flour & Feed
Owing t« Urger warehouse wponw,
dalion, we are now it) » position to
carry • Urger nmi morn complete
slock pf these goods end to supply
WT customer* It Vancouver prices.
All QM#n Delivered Promptly.
»■ ■•>■
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd
116 Eiplanade Eait     *      .    Phone 4
sseaaswssjHBMsai
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THE HOME FURNISHERS
FURNITURE
for everybody.
Carpet Squares
and Rugs.
We have just
received a
complete line
n( Imported
Linoleums
and
Oilcloths
Prices right
Special Attention given to
Window Shades,
Curtain Rods, etc.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
, your curtain*
<nvddraperleibyujli\tf
a P WELL
arpefiwecper
DINING CHAIRS
AND TABLES
Buffets, Sideboards
and Dressers
Try our
All-felt
Mattress
Pillows
and
Blankets
II you intend nuking your borne
in North Vancouver see us.
We also carry a full
line of Crockery.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
We have a  HALF ACRE of level land, adjoining City,
75 x 257 feet, on two streets near Capilano Car line which is
An Attractive Residential Site
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This property has a magnificent view that could never be
obstructed (except by sky-scrapers), for $750, Cash $250
MARTO0N& CO. KJ&r
62 Lonsdale Avenue
North Vancouver
Mahon, McFarland & Proctor, Ltd,
•
NEW CAPILANO CAR UNE
50 ft. loti at terminus in D.L. 601 & 607
52 foot lots in Block 27, D. L. 599
Phone 6286 -   • 543 Pender Street, Vancouver
■ :.  :    1 ,. * t'i Alii *t
I
PIONEER BAKERY
EIGHTH STREET EAST
Phone 54
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Try Our Irish, French and Homemade Bread* 20 ounce* to the loaf, Four loaves for 25c.
CHAS. M. KITTSON,
Manager
NORTH JBtMfcssMiiii f iiii    ''ii     ni
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The Succesi of Ae Culinary Be-
partment in the Homo Depends
Much on the Utenwb Used in
tht Prtparatlon of Food
TP mtfim Dm is a ufensil
wlijoji brings sttisltetiop tp tvsry
ciHik pr 'hpujeliaepor- whit is looky
enough to possess nns. . Ws» ars siy-
ing tbs chafing dish specitl mention
today btesute of Iht cxccllonoo ol our
present stoek in tlfis lips, which wo
ctn raiHwraawl to all paronesers as
bast n|*M plate, filled with sleohol
burners and *p extra hot #tkr pen
They sre simple to operate tnd for the
preparation pf oerttip dishes ere s>
soluttly indispcnstblc.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
' Jewellers end. SilvertroitM
Hastings and Grwtville 3»reet«   -   -   •   Vancouver, B. C.
T'
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You Are Building a New Home
YOU MUST HAVE
WINDOWS. DOORS, SASHES, MOULDING
AND CASINGS. Save yourself trouble and worry,
Phone 222, Of wri«« P. 0. Bpi 1719 and our'representative will call and cheerfully give you in estimate.
Stth
Doors
Moulding
Rating*
Btnd Stwing
Shaping
We gutrtntee first diss work
tnd ill orders promptly filled.
DICKINSON & SON
Sash Ind Poor Fsctpry
ESPUNAPE  BAST
Ollire Fittings
Frames
lleltil Work
Stair Building
(iltss
Putty
mm,
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STORE TO LET
Centre Block Lynn Valley
f 15 monthly. Lease given to good parties, This is an excellent
opportunity to establish a good business in a growing district.
Apply
Cor. Centre and Lynn Valley Road
J, or	
Merchants' Truit k Trading Co.
Pender and Burrard Streets, Vancouver, B, C.
BANK OF HAMILTON
Capital Ptid Up I 2750,000
Reserve k Undivided Profile    33W,0W
Tottl Assets ki^mmi
Tbe Hank of llnniibnn invilti Saving* Accounts end hit i-liininulnl
nil undue lormtlitits, both in Ihe
opening of such iccoui|!> tud in tbs
mtknig nl wilhdrtwtlt.
A chartered lunik is Iht logical
place for Ihe sale-keeping ol lb*
land you wish to eccusaultle for old
age or lo puke provision for vpfore-
acen needs. Interest paid oo deposits
ol fl.M tud upwards.
C. 0. B.BAVEN, A«snl,
North Vancouvtr.
Head Ofcs;
HAMllTOH
flu Standlni Alibi of H, faulty mm fam,)
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NORTH VANCOUVEB CITY FBlllUES. LIMITED
TIME TABLE
..  TAKING EFFECT MAY FIRST,  ioji
Leave Vaacouver 6.20 a.m. aad
tbtrstlter tvsry 20 minutes until
IM p.m. Compmcinit l.'W p.m.
tvtry 80 minute, unlit 11.80 p.m..
thereafter 13.16 tnd ,M n*.
WEEK DAYS
fatvt North Vancouver 6.00 a.m..
and thereafter every IW minute* un
til 7.00 p.m.   Commencing 7.30 p.
m. every SO minutes until 11.(SI p.
m. therea/ler 11.46 a»d 13.46 t.n.
SUNDAYS
Ltaye Vaneouver 7.40, 8.20 and
djOO theretfter stmt tl weekdays.
lonvo North Vtncouvcr 7.U0, 8.00
tad 8.W, thereafter nine a. wtck-
day*
PASSENGER BATES
Singls far. fa, I tor He, 80 for tl, 70 (or 18.
YMIW
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m return
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s\)l the tbovt rates include, driver. Bates A snd ll subject La 80
far teat, diacount is lol* of (0.
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O-l te*fWm awajritt tad
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WEIGHT JiHim,
Psr WO lbs. raU.oc. ▼
tWPW rate, lOo.
pmt't mt   *
Ha had; fait a Wt too saanra-hM
beep a Wt too rechlese.  Now ha t+
mm it.     ,
fpj outside an *a pptpti M m\A
hear plainly tba ataadr, - repeated
olang of a night atlfllr upon ti}t p\M-
Uttif-tM tan, pof of a tPUfldffpuv
m pf an ejaar wiilnt for toif
It wtt roesnl fftr blpi, no doubt pf
toil
J a nattily donned hia Mt W« Wat.
ai( up bis tools, thrust the package! or him Into tha deep pocko|s of
hll coat, and then noiselessly stepped
through tba shadow to tba frpnt ol
nnw    ttnttamt
Tft«» bi Nwfl wt- Hia nm M
ceased. Th,p coeat  waa p|aar-t*nr-
porarlly, pf i.**t.
"Tha froat door/' be rautorpd,
"1*11 try the front *»pr Mi msko a
dash (or It, It's tha beat chspes. I'll
have fear waya to mn. I'll try thit
first-"
Ha stepped to tha Inner door. It
took him sotnc time id get It open,
and tbe process wsa somewhat noisy
-although the cbancea wars that no
one oulside could hear hln.
Tba holt slid clumsily. Ills Sainton keys affected tha rest. Ha lira*
hac|c tha door, faatanad It open, and
stepped Into the vestibule
He listened for a moment. There
waa no sound from without.' This
door worked bettor.
Nolselissly he draw back thu Iron
bolts and unlocked tha locks. Then
suddenly, hut cautiously, ho pulled
back ono of the ponderous sheet Iron
portals and stepped out upon the platform of the outside steps.
And then ho stood stcckBllll ind
held his breath. For be saw lhat
which gave bim a psuse.
"Tbe devil I" he muttered underneath hlu breath, -
For thsro, below upon tbo pavement, motionless aa marble, but alien! snd slert, stood two policemen
looking at him aa ba stepped out Into
viow.
Bach pf them had a cocked revolver
In bla bind.
»_ •  »     '
The Oouverneur waa a fashionable
bachelor apartment bouse at Ibe othor
end of town—la yet, for the matter
or that.
At half-past I that morning a tall
young man, with a long black coal
ond an opera hat upon his bead, "tep-
1 ed across IU threshold snd noiselessly ascended to his rooms, a suite
on the second Door.
Hll ||gbt wss burning Just aa ha
had left It. Outalde It waa raining
tllll.   He wu wet.
lie removed bla hat and hung lhal
and hia coat upon a chslr to drain
and dry. He took off bis dress coat.
Then be lit a cigar aad est down in
en esay chair—or rather threw himself upon IL
"Jove, but I'm tired: I" he sidelined
wearily.
There waa a alight nolte, and he
iltrted and peered Into anolbcr room.
Somewhere to tbe dark a door opened
and a maa'a voice spoke.
"It's you, Is Itf said the voice.
"Ob," replied the man In Iho easy
chair, "I didn't know you would be
bare."
Ha sank back wilh an air of relief.
''I thought It best," returned Unvoice, "at leaat lo-olgbt. It was so
wet. You have been at Ibe clubt"
"At the club," aaaented tbe man In
Ibe easy, chair, "all night, and half
Ibe morning."
Tha man la ihe dark laughed In aa
old sort of way.
"Ooodl" he responded, "ffpa was
there r'
Tbo maa In Ihe light half
half sighed, with weariness. IB
Ured
"I'll toll you—tomorrow mornlng-i*
all about It," ba replied. "I'm loo
lirad now."
H* rocs and turned the stem of
Ibe Incandesce*! lamp. Then he, loo,
became a man In Ihe dark
And, Ihs voices wars stlM
tbs day began lo, break.
"Ptin fmmti" MA ifie maid-
The girl jnokad up. Tha miM iw#
ed bar the'perd. She took If'mil road
It will, a little dry of delight
«-, Then she looked at ner watch.
"Dear pie," aba exclaimed, "I have
been dreaming here for an bRBf,"
Then, aa,any other woman would
Tt*ve dona, aba mas and. surveyed bar;
aeir tp tba cliaa.
And I look like a wrfect fright-"
She continued, albeit w|Ui a ponsld-
erable porverslon of tbi 'ruth.
Sba turned to tbe maid.
"Dear me," sba ewlalmod, "run
downstairs and tell Mr. Slormo to
rsmpve bla coat"
Thl maid amlled.
"Ha did so," sbs replied.
"Wall, thep toll bim to. walk Into
rba library," want on (ha girl.
Tbe maid smiled IfaJn.
"He Is already there," she returned,
.''Hid standing by tbe «ro."
Tbo maid spoko truth. Thl man,
Without hesitation and yet wilh a
meaaure of ombsrraasmont, had, upon hia entrance, removed his coat and
hniiK It up.
Then he aauntored slowly Into the
IHtle room Just off the ball. Uto Ip
tbe spring though It was, there wa*
a (Ire burning, and It felt good to him
after al| the damp and cold outside.
"Jove, what a nlgbtl" bo said to
himself as be shivered and held bfa
bands towards the fire, whlpb hissed
up at tola Juncture, aa though lu an
effort to meet him balf way, "a bad
night to be outdoors —a good night
to be in."
Ho glanced carelessly about him.
On a table wss an evening nows-
paper. It bad not been read apparently. It lay unfolded, face uppermost, lie black headlines blinking at
him In the unterlaln light. And tola
was what he read—what be could not
help reading:
ajaaaa
Mil
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And
CHAPTER III.
Sis Hours Before.
Die bank wss robbed at i s. m.
Sis hours before thai, at a few minutes after t In the evening of toe
previous day, a tall young man la a
long coat, aad wearlpg an opera hat,
strode through Iba rain and mist, aad
raa llghtjy up toe steps of a gray stone
dwelling Ip toe Weal end of lown.
Ha preased tbe bottom end to* door
opened. Ha entered with the air of
i. man wbo was expected ait who
toll sonuwbtt at home. He dropped
r card jn the aalrer. Tbe maid seconded with It lo the floor above
On aba loor above a girl sat read-
|ng-r« gfrl who waa good to loot at;
a tall tieoier girl, wlto square eyebrows aad frank womanly *r*s, wlto
an itwIlltfsjM* of brown bs|r arranged la laat the moat effecUre wsnaar
to to* woHd.
Tha maid entered. The girl read
on.
RICHARD*] ft HII'IjK ROBBED.
Their Jewelry Store Cleaned Out.
Fourth Burglary of toe Serlea.
The Gang Still Unapprehended
And aa be read be amlled. ''Those
fellows seem to keep It up," be said
to iiiiinii'if.
He look a stop towards toe paper
and stretched forth his band. And
then be shook bis bead.
"I bad better not, after all," ba
mused. "I sb|ll aUck to the enforced
rule. And yet," he continued, "why
nolT Why not? That's the strangest
part of all.  Why not?"
Hia band touched tbe paper, but
be withdrew it aad turned hia back
upon tho sheet aod bla face towards
Uie Hi,'.
"It's belter not," he said agalu, halt
shivering aa be spoke. "Why not?
Because warmth and food and raiment are tar ahead ot cold and rags
and hunger. I've made my bed. It's
Araoft one—too comfortable, perbapa,
from one point of view; and I prefer
to lie upon It—except," be added, aad
a cloud rested upon bis face, "except
v. li. ii I think of—Helen,"
He reeled one shoulder against tho
fireplace aod nervously stroked a
abort Van Dyke beard.
"When I think of-Hclen," he repeated. Then be laughed gently, but
with a trace of bitterness—It was a
laugh that did not ring altogether
true.   "When do I not think of her?"
He frowned and tugged at bla
moustache.
''This this cannot go on aa It la. I
iiiu.i lei' her HOinothlng. I've got
to tali her. Not everytblntf, but part
pf If — enough to mako Iter understand somehow, before I — before It
goes too far. I must toll her something."
He stopd reflectively boforo the Are,
with bis bead bent aad bis bsads
truat deep Into his pockets.
He waa trytoglto And some way out
of hit dlelculty, whatever It might
tyfe been.   Ho waa alaappolnled.
"By Jpn," sidelined, "It looks Ilka
No Tborougbfsro, after ail."
Ha did not bear the girl doscead
tbe stairs ani stop lightly Into too
room. Bhe atood at to* threshold
tor a moment aad glaaced at htm
with a smile upon bar face.
"Staalelgb," aha Anally exclaimed.
Tbt map turned like a shot.
"Helen," he returned, "It la you."
She wu looking at hia face.
"Stanlelgbl" sho exclaimed once
mora.
He slightly shook bla bead.
"Would yoa mtod," be began,
"would you mtod calling ma by my
my—first name?"
Bhe laughed.
"Your Arat nemo," aha returned,
'your flrst nam*, Ut. Btormef Aad
io I aot?"
Hi beaded bar a csrd.    .1
"Read It," he requested.     *|
She did so, aloud.
"H Slanlelgb Storms" waa what It
aaid.
She look up at bim laqulrlpgly.
'  "My |lrst name" ha want on. ''I|-
fdmm, I -Mfbe U tow?
glanced  it   tym Ip e puxsled
- but Btonlelgb la so mm*
," aba toatotad with a joro-
PfWfWf "r l^rW K eW irHWrW Wr^"
REMOVAL NOTICE
'I , I ■■'B'^. ,1'BBaggBSBBB
Johnston & Salsbury
THE HARDWARE MEN
will occupy their new
store in
NEXT DOOR TO P.O.
On August 14th
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wp»r
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CUMMING'S
Sale of Canvas Shoes
As we are making room for
our Fall and Winter Stock,
these Shoes will be sold at
less than cost, and a glance at
the prices and our windows
will convince you that we need
the space, more than we do the
Shoes. /vlJW MC fi»t $*%.
stock, and a good assortment
of sizes   ;   :' j   ;   :   j i
■
Ladies White Canvas Shoes,  K.:g #1.75 for 95c
Men's While Canvas Oxfords Reg 11.15 lor Hi.65
Men's Grey Canvas, Leather Toe Caps.. Rug f a.'oo for $\fS
Men's Slate Colored Canvas  Keg tyoo lor \i 15
ft II VIA-
mitifNcx
JATENTS
\liW)Mm\\WM
.. jMrsSSi jK*fs«Se r.«tlM 11* .
ly or baring uejr fiic.i jjuslntu innutt
tlcEttt
N.V.W00DYAR0
1
10,000 cords pf dry fir wood for ,|uickl
sale. Price per odd cords Cf .60.
Special limitation, tor larger quan^
titles.
Cut W.mil 46 inched $3.1)0. 12 inches
•3.26.
C. 0:9.
Office tad Yird 1
SECOND and ST. PATRICK
Phone I DO P. 0. Bos IM
We dost Sundays. Phons 814. A.'
H. English, O. K. (iroetry, It Imm-
dtlt Avsuus.
pmiio Hwpfiw  ■
Province of British Coiui»W»
NOTICE is herthr given that all pg*
lie Highway* in unorgtniwd dutriois
ami all Main Trunk HwAi in org**i«-
td Oistnoi* we tfpfynli hat auf,,
and |iave a wjdtt of thirly-tlinss tent
on *aeh sWo /A tin mean ttraiglsi centre lino o| the IraveJlep) roat|,
jmm mm,
"*"*"" ,»yl ptAniJVi wmwmi
Writ, B. C, ^nly Itii, M.U-W
■NOTICE i. b»ral?y five* that aa sf
plication will U m^w4*r Part f.
ol tin Water Act, 1 Wil. lo obtaio a
license in tbe North "Vancouver division of New Westminster lii.lriot on
tho mtli Any ol Aiwim,, |»ll, at 11 a.
»-, by E. Sewton I&i*r, 8tarjt*on, Vaia-
eouver, B. (!., fpf water for dom, .tic
use on three acre* owned by bim iff
D. /,. m, tin sWfos of imply being
a small unnamed stream from Grouse
yerswp   beinf  ab^jt  Sfn)  feet jn
gnrtintaltrly direction from Dr.
rier's N. E. stake, the amount required btina J oulrio leet per torond Uf
be carried by burtod pipe Une from
tma|l dam io the bed 1/ tho stream.
fitted at North Vancouver, .lit
Pit, UU.     *-£
': '.v.. ...  ■* .      ■ "."iti
ol ytnoouver, ocevpation, govtrn
oKcial, ifft«nd»,so aAcfr for imi
sion lo purchase the foUowiafl m
mm, ptofw^titf.'
lass, ailwwsaia' bonpdtty tot
9no;m9mifk^ **
'.; '
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The West End of the City
The Finest Residential Lots at moderate prices
^NiaLt^ns. . All cleared. Twenty minute
car service. Water laid on. Electric Light, etc.
Within half a mile of the water front of D. L.
265, the future industrial centre of the North
Shore. Buy before the inevitable advance in
values takes place.
Mock 6, District Lot 607
Large Cleared Lots within one block of the Terminus of
the Capilano Carline. These lots are on the bench overlooking the Pipe Line Road and the Capilano River.
Beautiful views.   Very accessible.   Terms one-fifth Cash.
District Lot 553
A Limited number of Corner Lots reserved from the
original tale are now on the market. Close to the Grand
Boulevard. Good car service. Electric Light. Water laid
on. The roads are being improved, and sidewalks constructed.
For Plam and Price List* Apply to
Lonsdale Estate Office
525-6 Winch Building, Vancouver, B. C.
Phone, Seymour 2835
(CnntiaaadJrnm papa H|
ir.i'.i« wi ii..i.UifWj
»-HO.~iillJT»*Jgll
He smiled |ndul|»ntly,
"I, lnwfr"-l» rawni»j|, .''but iiiin
la i reason In my suiiestlnn Does
It alunlr*, after alir
she mada a alight irlmeee, "Wor
timty, ll does not," she aaid with #
laugh.
Ha bowed grarelj, **.
"Thank's," ba replied, "some time i
Will eiplsln."
''Pair me," gun exclaimed, "theeo
robberies - tbey still go op. I read
all this stuff through this morning,
Rat isn't It awful f And they aay that
there Is a (nt that never »ot Into tha
papers at all-tbe polios are afraid
of popular opinion and are trying to
suppress ths newa."
Tha man looked lit her. lie ssemsd
either deal tn bar remarks or bored
by thenr,
Ha bad unconsciously returned tn
(lis line of thought that she had Interrupted. Bhe glanced at bla fans
and started.
"Wbat-what'e the matter r sbs
Inquired, gently laying bar band upon
his arm. . .
He started In bla turn,
"Helen/ ba replied, looking her full
In the lace, ''(bare—there Is something that I've got to tell you. I—I
must tell you."
She looked up Into his eyes. What
ahe read there to her waa well worth
i lading.
"You—you love me|" she murmured, lowering her glance.
Ha stretched forth bla arma and
then withdrew them. "Yea,'' ha replied In a tense, strained voice, "I
lova you. You knew It, then?"
She nodded, still with downcast
eyes. "1 have known It all along,"
she said, "and I—"
"Helen!" exclaimed the man, in a
voice.full of agonised eutrealy, "wait
until you have beard—tbe rest."
Bhe glanced at bim In a startled
sort ot way. "The—the restT" ahe
Inquired. "Can there—can there ba
more to Bay?" i .
"everything!" he, responded, In a
low voles.
She searched his fact again.
"What else can signify?" she asked.
"Now that-"
Again he stretched forth bis srms
-and again withdrew them' "To
ass," ha replied, "nothing, unlets—It
can lo you."
Bhe shook her head and laughed
wily.
"It cannot to me of that I am
aura."
Bht ttattd btratlf. He took a chair
at bar tide.
"What la thit-something thtt you
have to till mi, then?'' the atked
"It there-anolhtr girl? Somebody
claa, nerbsptT"
Even aa the ssid It sbs smiled
again.
"No," rsturned he, nothing of thu
kind-
She picked up Ibe paper. "Tea--
you hsven't been doing wrong, htvt
you?" the aaked again. Robbed Jew-
Lllsry stores or snyiblng of thai
kind?"
Bhs wsvad Ibe shell csrtlestly before him. Ha took It, rose lo bis fsat
and, without a word of explanation,
dropped II gently In the Ore.
It biased up and made the room
suddenly light. He watched Ibe dsine
turn up snd dls sway, snd then be
lurned to her.
AN AMBIOUOUB KXI'UNATION.
"Ullls girl," the caller resumed,
and his face grsw pale, "did you evtr
think can you reaUte Just wbst It
mssns to starve aad frees*, to wander aboul Ihs strst* of a great city
with no place to lay your bead? To
go without food for dtyt, to thlvsr
with Ihs cold for watks together f To
sstk for bon**t work dty titer dty,
without cletullneti and coasclenct,*
tramp and a vagabond upon Ih* fee*
of lb* tsrthf Do you know what that
nwansf
Bb* shook bsr hsad
"Why do you aakf tb* doratnlad
"BeetuM," hs rtpllad, with a ring
ol bit urn*** In bla vole*, "I know;
I baa* raallatd ll l-l bava been
through It. It'e a park a grutsostt
pert of my lift's history."
Bhs started up aad looked tl hits
lu doubt.
"Youl" aba tHlalmed. "You -H.
Btaalilgb Btormar
H* nodded.
"Ym I," h* rtpllad, "of whom,
wh*n ptopl* ia* aw oo UM etreel
th*y say; There gaee Btornw-Uu
man without a cars, wbo only lives
for Ills snd ptaeewre. I bev* starved
aad frotte   wtll-nlgh to death,"
Bb* gav* a wild, leartleuleta cry
and hurried to bla aid* IU eettd her
fipresttoa and wat glad,   i
Rut n* b.ld e«t hi* band,
."Net yet-net ytt," ha tieltlmed
"I bava IM btgim-wtli until I fin
lab."
"I enow," be wept ea, "lhat alltkis
dote net signify.' I know lhat If to
day, Instead of living la Usury a* I
eiateet do, 1 were U rags, that M
would net etui, by ont lot or nil.
year fwllsgs towards au, kaowlaa
ma tt you de."
Bb* sank back UU Mt ebelr will
a sigt of rsvtiasf. mm Ma* now thai
St. wu uniofaloot,
tie want et.
Wt
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b what we wi^h to wil 'your attention to, our line is complete throughout,
We have just opened up a line of
Locks direct from NewYorf, These
Locks are in dull brass finish of the
latest design. /
Hinges, Window Catches, Casement
Adjusters, and all fittings to match,
Come in; we will be pleased to
show them to you,
Paine & McMillan
' Tb* Hardware Specialist*
First St, and Lonidale Ave., North Vancouver
CHURCH NOTICES/
NOBTH VANCOU VM*   .
Bapliat Church - Fifth ,„„l Ht.
(Jeorgc. Services at II n.ni. and 7.30
I, in Sunday School and Dibit Cltss
ill 13.16 p.m. 1'rsyer und praise ssr-
vica IVi.liii'silny tl 8 |i.m. 1'tstnr, Hev.
\. ,). i'l.issi'i', 3iul slrect asst.
Methodist Church, corner ol Sixth
street tnd St. lleorgs's Avenue-
Suniliiy pretihing service* tt 11.00 a.
ni. and 7.30 p.m., Sunday School aa
llililu Class st '-'..'HI p.m., Senior Ua-
gue oa Ui.niluy evening at 8.00 p.m.,
prayer asjB preis* servira on Wcdnes-
dsy eieuhu it 8.00, Junior latguo
ssrvics on Tlwsdty ellernoi.n ut 3.80.
A cordial wtlcomt is extended to all
10 attend thtt* icrvlces. 1'astor, W.
C. Sihlii-hlei-, ii'.id.ne, corner Keith
Until tnd St. Andrew's.
St. John lb* Evsngclist, 6th and
13th streets I Holy communion, 8 a.m.
moraine, prayer, II • ra.; 'evening prayer, 7.80 p.m. On Ibe lirst Sunday in
th* month tb.i* will b* a second cs-
li-lii aiia.n . p| tha holy rommunioa  at
11 ..in.  llcstor, Bev   llujli Flnor.r.
St. Aii.li,'»'s'4,ri'sliylii'iaii t'liuro',1,
6lh alreet.' Strv|cMtj>MiiiniiiB worthip
II .ni., avmng vfejdiip 7.30 p.m.,
Siiii.luv   School 3.80  p.o, Hmislor's
Becomui,isl,,I tnd sold by
Nertfc VeetWer Hardware Ce.
i 3.30 p.m.. YTp.S.C.E. Tees-
o'clock, prayer meeting
Bible Cla
day evening 8 r'i
Wcdnrsday evening 8 o'clock.     "Go9
needs you; you need God." Bev. Bon-
aid MacLeod, minister.
St. Agues Church, Boulsvard—Vicar,
Bev. T. K. Bowo. 7.30 p.m. evensong
every Sunday: 11 a.m. Holv Conunun-
ion. 'hid Sunday ol every month.
St. Edmund's Catholic Church, Malum Avenue: Sundtys-Huu 9.00 a.
in., Sunday School 3.30 p.m., Botsry
llanndicl ion snd Sermon 7.30 p.m.
Souss's popular marches will lis on
lliu program next Thursday on Jjir-
sop's grounds, Esplanade west.     8-8
llon'l forget ths band concert oi
Thursday evening opposite Hotel
Norlh Vsncouver on Ihe wat;r(mn'.
TO ABCHITECTS
The Managers of St. Andrew's
church, Norlh Vancouver, invite architects to submit plans lor nsw
church buildings on their lots on Vic
toria Park. Full particulars can be
bad on application to Mr. B. .1. Fow
ler, chairman Board nl Manners,
with whom plans mutt lie lodged on
nr before lha 3nd day nf Heplem' e •
nest.
 .—| ,
.ASSE8SOB
Application* will bt received hy the
undersigned up till 6 o'clock p.m. on
Tburadty, |7tb August, 1011, for Ihe
position of Assessor of Ih* City ami
assistant in Ih* Cily Clerk', daptrt-
nii'iii. Salary 1100 per month. To con
llnue jn office during piumire of m*wi
eil. Ap|ilic*nlt lo .Itle expeianit
tnd ju .(..iui. I ii n<.- with l,,.',il Inni
vain,..
"-H.J   THOMAS SHKI'HKBD,
City CUrk.    .
i'hon. 10
v. DTltj im
Alexander Philip
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Conveyancer and
Notary Public
Agtal lor Kidtlily.|'hotni« lire ln
.iininro Company aod alao lot
cnniptni*. uiiatolaking Marian,
Employer*' Ciaiiiliiy, (Intrtatit,
i-i vi- Stock tnd Accident liuur
tncet.
Agrermenl. and dn-ds of all kinds
|ii,'|i,ir,.l, Excellent li.t nl cily
and district Int. lor sale.
C.I.V9 WiOCg, KSPUNA0E
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The Bank of British North America
Capitel Paid Up Mmm . R<«erve Fund $24)2,3$)
     ■'" i
2 Office* in North Vancouver—St
CORNER UOMDALE AVENUE AND ESPUNADE
UPPER LONSDALE AVENUE (Wr FoorWJ, lmii)
I»rl0| Deposits* ul fi.no md upwards receivtd.
Interest allowed si current rales.
Danker1* Money Orders issued.
Hotli offices transact p general hanking Imsmees
and are open on Satnrday niglii.
F, T. 8AUBURY, ftbttftr.
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