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HOBTH VAHOOUm 9 0, PBIJUT, MA-OB », 1818.
NUMBEB 6.
[SITS FOB TBBHltlAL ORAIN BLB-
VATOB TO BB 8BLEOTBD THIS
TBAB
[ H. H. BUvini Sayi Preliminary Stipi
WIU ba Taken Shortly
A portion of the million and ahalf
dollan voted by the Dominion govern-
mint in the supplementary estimates for
tba acqulromont of terminal elovaton
nadir the now >grain bill li to be devoted towardi tbe construction of a gov-
iJfj eminent terminal olevator upon   lomo
I jl lite around Burrard Inlet.
1 I 1 Tba report of Mr. Swan, tbo apodal
harbor commissioner, to Vancouver will
bavo baariug ou this question a|id Mr.
1HJ1. Htevuns lias stated tbat prolimiu-
iry stepi will bo taken this yeir for
-   Ibo securing of a site for tho elevators
.
McBRIDE
MAJORITY
■A
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5
II. H. BTBVBNB AND THB LOOAL
DBILL HALL
Will be Built Out of Government's Uou
•ral Appropriation Funds — Ool.
Hughes Hu Olvan Dobnlto Aaaurancs
In reply as to an inquiry as lo wby
uo mention was made in Iho Dominion
government's suHplemoutary cstimatoi
of a grant for thc construction of a
drill hall in North Vancouver, tbo ful
lowing Idlcgram from Ottawa wus re
ceived tbis morning at toe city belli
"William McNoisb, Mayor of Nortb
,    Vancouver;
Drill ball will be built out of a general appropriation. Colonel llogbes
hai giveu me delinitc assurance. Tbore
was nu ueed of special item.
H. H. STEVENS."
A
;
HATTBBB AFFEOTINQ NEW MUNI
OH'ALITY
Fin BUtion to ba Brictad on Oipilano
School Grouudi
"Beferred to tbe Weat Viucouver
council" bas lieon Ibe verdict of tbe
district fitbers on lovcril locations in
troduced of late inlo the regular sol-
•ion of lbe couucil. Tbe new official
body, whon formed, will, it ii already
■pparent, inlfcr from no vaueity of
work.
Certain  matters  pertaining  lo  lbc
 » municipality wore dealt witb last
night wlirii Councillors tawson and
Nelson, both of whom will coolest lbc
Woit Vincouvir reevcibip, aaaociMed
thamielvw witb meisurei regarding lire
equipment and roads iu tbo district.
It wai decidod tbat a firo itation sim
ilar lo tbit on Umdale Park sboull
be built ou tbe Capilauo icbool groui.dl
•lio Ibat SOU foot uf waa gum treated
how bo purcbued for Eait Capilano in
iddiliou lo (bit liready obtained, auo
tint tbo purcbiso of two strong rcclr
i-apalil.- of carrying 500 foul of hose
each bo reforrcd to tho municipal cu
gineer witb power to act, tbo location
of tbo boss to be referred to tbe Eut
Capilano Katc|iaycri' Association.
It wai furtber resolved lbat lenders
•boold be called fur grading tee thirty
foot road on Wan road from Feci slreei
to tka waterfront, but tbat tbat por
lioil north of Foil itreet bo Imi io thc
new Wait Vincouver council on it.-
count of the bcivy eiponi". Tbe
council bu already called for appliri,
liom for Ibi poiilioni or ougintor,
clirk aad issisUnl clerk for .lie now
diitrict.
On the motion of Coun. Unlet, tin
diitrict council decided Iui  night lo
wrili lo Iho city council of Ww
uking tbat body for a graul of 11)600
lot thi widening certain portions of
Veprnfino road, tbo municipality itself]Kii
agreeing at Ibe ume lime to expend M**
a like  mm on tbo  r.-j.airi■>-/  of tbit       '
road.
I'oun., Chu. Nelion, who wu pre
viouily i member of the Vau.ouvor
blard of park commissioner:., ami ii
ii'.,- a Nortb Viocovver diitrict councillor, li to be nominated by tbo Wcsl
Vancouver Batopayen' Auociatlon, for
Hi- rri->n.iiip of the new uu ij-ulity.
The waterworks department ara now
instilling a water main on llth atroet
from Bt. Andrew's to tba Boulevard.
Families wishing to procure fresh
inilk, butter or cream, handled by tbo
moat approvid methods of modern
science, ihould place' tbeir ordors with
tba Purity Orumory Company, ISO
Bocond etrut wait. \f.
CLASSIFIED ADS.
WANTED
WANTED-flenore) help,   l'hono 42$
RANTED—Help for general houso-
work.    Apply 165—3rd atreet.      t.f.
WANTED-To buy lot with small
•back on. Near car lino at, $20 per
moath in North Vincouver. Address Box
lii'i.'l, N. Vincouver.
WANTED-A junior clerk.' Apply
0. 0. Heaven, manager Bank of Hamilton, t.f.
PBOPEBTY FOB SALB
POB SALE-Buff Orpingtons, all
laying—cheap, lit itreot 3rd houso
wait Of Obeeterfield. 8-4
FOB HALK -Homer 14th and lion
dry, 11.500, lot on Oentro road, near
car, a map.    Apply 807—18th atreet
woit.
88-i
FOB SALE-Boautiful view lot,
cleared love! ami in grass, 18th street
close to Lonsdalo, |800, U caib. Set
Mri. Haggarty, film Lomdalo Ave. 6-1
POB SALE-Viow lot, Keith road,
No. IS, block ::i imii 11800 1-11 cash,
50 ft, frontage. Apply F. 0. Box 56,
Vincouver. 86-3
FOB BALE—Double corner Sth and
Cbcstorfield. Prico $6,000, good terms.
Apply owner, P. 0. Box 1888.
FOB BALE—In North Vancouvor by
owner now four-room modorn bungalow
easy terms arrangod. Box ASO, Expresa  Ulliee 88-8
WANTED—Boarders iu privito family, near car. Apply 436—Snd itreet
Eut. 18-4
WANTED-To purcbue set of tinner's tools, or would buy whole or
part business for caih. Apply Box ASS,
Express Office. 8-4
WANTED-To buy a lol witb small
2 or 3 roomed sbick in'North Vaucou
ver. Clou to car line al $20 per mouth.
Address P. I). Box 1703, Nortb Van
couver.   . 'IV 11
Educated Englishwuiuuii desires posi
tion, competent housekeeper mil cook
Could assist ulliee duties if necessary
Befcrcnces. A. ll, P. 0. Box mui.
Norlh Viucouver. 6-4
WANTED—A womiu lo do houie
work every Saturday. Apply ovenings
io Madam Humphrey'! 18tb itreet lud
Cheilerficld avenue. 783 Ponder Blreel
Weit.
FOB BENT
FOB   BENT—Furnished   room,
itreet and Lousdale. Pbone 01.
8th
if.
Iiiiinii ami Board, private family, 158
Sth street cast. 89-1
FOR RENT- One single and ono double bed room, breakfast, if wanted.
Apply 862 Ith street wost. 8-4
ROOMS FOB RENT-Houseke'cplng
•ml single.   218 Snd itreot east.
TO RENT—Modem furnished cibini
wilb free electric light md water on
Snd street, from (6 up per month. Apply Alexander Hniith k Co.
Board ami room for single man.
Terms moderate. Near car. Apply
Mrs. Knight , ith and llidgewuv Ave.
26-4
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Udiei' Qold Neck Cbiio. Be
turn to Uonerd Sale Co. 88 8
LOST-On Tburiday lut in tarson
Hold mint a Willium silver watch
and chaia. Biward. Manila, P. 0.
Box 8888.
HON. BIOHABD HcBBIDB
■      '
Yesterday's Verdict of
the People Shows
Immense Faith in
Conservatism
Tbo following results are eloquent in
themselves of tbo swooping triumph of
Consorvitiini throughout Ihe province
yesterday:
Vaneouvir
Hon. W. J. Bowicr, Coni 6109
A. II. B. Micgowin, Cons S087
0. A. McQuIre, Cons 6109
H. H.  Wateon, Com 5001
0. E. Tiadill, i'ons 6067
W.  Ili-liliell, Soc 1160
J, H.'i.l. Hoe 1154
W. A. I'rilebiir.l, Soc 1069
1. V. loti, Me 1181
I. M.ii.i.ii.i.i. Soc 1878
s, Qmr, hi  '• >U
Balpb Smith, Ub ..3139
J. N. Hllis, Lib 2628
Aldirmau Knrigbt, Lib ...8977
lirmau Cameron, Lib 8787
Maxwell Smith, Lib.' MM
y. p. I. o. b.
Afar tbe opening hymn on Tuesday
ovening the young people adjourned
te tbe bawment where refreshments
were served and tbe evening wu spont
in games and otber amuieminU
Jht aoeltty extendi i bclf
to aay young people to a
meeting every Tuasdly at g p.in'in St
Andrew'! church.
\
dcomo
thi
Majority   Highest   Coniervatlva
over highlit Liberal   1970
Lowut Comervilivc over high
Wt Liberal 1818
Victoria (4 membera)
Hon. B. McBride, Cool 8S88
H. B. Thornton, Com 8647
Fred.  Dairy,  Com Wl
H. F. Bebnion, Corn.    8190
H. C. Ilrewsler, Lib 8048
B. T. Elliott, Lib   IMI
V, Midgcly, Hoc     IM
B. ). Vttiy, Ind    ISO
Majority—Highut - Comervilivi
over highlit Llboral  U1M
Tai*
I,ucu, Com 423
Major Fraaar, Com M
Jobn  Holt,  Ub 88
Ohilllwack
8. A. I'awley, Com. (acclamation).
Columbia
H. 0. Pinom, Com 190
Harold Fonter, Cont.-Ind 198
Oomox
M. Mamon, Com 601
W. W. Lefeaux, Soc 379
Oowlcban
H. Hayward, Com 339
Aloxinder Herd, Ub 108
u Orasbrook
Thoi. Cavea, Com. (acclamation;
DalU
F. J. McKoniii, Com 687
Mn  Olivor, Ub 171
Dewduiy
W. 1. Minion, Cou. .' IM
Mr. McNoico, Ind.-Cont  42
Biqulmalt
Jobn Jirdine, Cona   91
H. D. Helmckon, Cona Ill
B. H. Pooley, Cona.'  XI
M. B. Jackion, Ub 161
0. OHvm, Soc .'  84
Fimli
Hon. W. B. Bom, Com 11)9
W. Davidson, Hoc  7M
Qraeawood
/. B. Jackion, Cou IM
Oeorge Heatberton, Soc 108
Oread Forka
Ernest Millar, Com (acclamation)
ymjnf*
A. E. McFbillips, Com IM
P. Wincb, Ind IM
Xaalo
N. F. McKay, Com (Acclamation)
Eamloopi
J. P. Shaw, Com 919
B. F. Mlgbtaa, Ub .••• Ml
Okanagan
Hon. Price Elllion, Cou 1647
0. T. Stirling, Soc  178
Kovelstoke
Hon. Thos. Taylor, Com. (acclamation,
F. L. Carter Cotton, Cona (acclamation)
11   M
Campbell, Com Ml
Taylor, Ub IM
Catoy, Soc .86
Sunlcb
Ebcrti, Com MS
W. Noble, Ub 171
Slmilkameen
L. W. Sbatford, Com. (acclamation)
LOST A Spltidtibarg dog, pure
white, amwers to tbe name of Friti.
Ueluru to 11 C. Wright, 9 Liiiisdilc
Avinoa, 868
L08T—^.emcre ou Linton's wharf
laat Sunday. Thc Iwo men who found
•ami please return to "Expreu" office
and receive reward.
FOB SALB (MUcellauioui)
Ico Cream, Butler Milk aud Sweet
Milk at tbe Qrotto, fresh daily. 89-4
TO RENT- Throe-roomed collage on
corner of Moody au<l°l7lb street, tin
a monlli. Apply 1). W. Robertson, 487
Lomdale.
FOB RENT   Upper three largo un
furnished   rooms,   $18   monthly,   1649
i I- i. riii-lu Avcuue.
TO   RENT—Furniihed   six   rooniid
houie for six mouths froiu 1st of April.
Apply Wiirlujiiui.' Piano House Ltd. t.f.
FOR RENT Warehouse, First stmt
8., Ml. Crown Block, 80x61, lauo en
trance ou lauo at 126 per month. Ap
ply to Lett k r. in.-, ic.-. 316 Blchardi
St. U-3
MI80ELLANB0US
Oet it at Lonadale L'barmaoy Pbom 89
w*fe.
FOB SALE CHEAP-Oik mmtcl and
brisi front Iro place, in good condl
tion, ready for removil. May be seen
at 818 13ib Street Weet. t.f
FOB SALE—Second band orgau in
good condition Price 160 oo cuy
tirmi- Apply Wirburnili Piano House
Ud.
if
Wm. Mamon, Com 148
Aid. W. H. .Montgomery, Ub til
Alox. Mauon, Ub Hi
Dr. Clayton, Ind  M
Ml
..169
Wm. nuatt^ ami. .:,
Anthony Sbilland, Hoc.
THB BOY WHO HAD FINOBM AND
THUMB BLOWN OFF
/■ V.
Ill
Pbilip Whileficid, who on Tueaday
eommltted for trtel in a higher
, t for attempting to murdir Claudi
Ji, wu takin over to Weitmluler
Constable Prime in the afternoon
(M lodged there to await bia trial. It
(a understood thai hi intends making
location for bail.
..MS
..117
McConnill, lib
Ymlr
J. H. Scholeld, Com. ■■
B. P. I'eltipiecc, Hoc.  ..
Alberni
Mr. 1. 0. (',. Wood, Com. (acclimis
Uon).
Atlin
Dr. H. JSuon Young, Com. (acrlama
Um).
Oiriboo (Two Mambaii)
M. Callanan, Com  If
A. McDonald, Com It
Stuart Henderson, Ub. M
MM
William B. MacLeau, Com 698
H. Wright, lad   190
Arthur Harrod, Soc 177
Nanalmo
A. 9 Planu, Com ffl
Aid. Haary Shipbird, Ub 174
/. Place, Soc Ml
-     ITawcaatla
9 B. mr,'Otm  lit
P. Wllllami, Soc .....Ml
Wmw   Ttm*mm*m9*m*
Thu. Oi|ord,Coaa;,..... Kill
Oiorgi Ksaaidy, Uir.,  IM
Fathir Sayi Accident Du to Nigli
geuce 'of Municipality'i Aganta
It will be remembered tha| two weeki
igo tbe young son of Mr. Alto C. Abbott of Lynn Valley mat witb a mut
serious miihap in cOMiquenci of wbicb
hi lost tba Ingen and thumb of hii
lift hand. Tba boy, who la 11 yean
Old, picked up an unexplodid dynamite
cartridge wbicb, it wu itatid at tbi
time, be ignited while holding it inula
hind, In lequal to ibii celamltoui ac
cideul, tbe diitpsl cokpcll bava reciiv
ed a letter from Meurt. Hindinoo,
Tulk and Bray, loliciton, iaeiructed
by the boy'l father, intimating that
Iba accident wu "clearly dui to tbi
nigligence of ihe municipality through
iti Igenti, repreientaUvei or anployeei
in leaving dynamite rapi without pro
per guard or protection oa tba bigb
way or on tb* seine of work.'" Tbi
letter expreuw a wjilingneu to coafu
wilb Ibo cnuncll or iti repraeeatftivei,
bat failing tbii tbreataai aba iimttp'*
of a writ. Coun. LonM v«iaa4 tbi
unanimom view of tin eounei) tbat It
admitted no liability.
FOB  BALK-One  lot   of  grocery
sbeliiug and counter in Lynn Valley
Now in lion la^ly occupied by A. ti
Fletcher. Can.be men by ipplying to
W. 1. Wilion, ANignee. .    if,
PODTJBT   FOB   SALB
FOB HALK   Settings  of  Mammolh
Pekin Ducki. Frixe atrain. Phong IM.
Thoroughbred While Wyindolte eggi
41 'Hi per   ..limn    III    l.iih   Street
waat. Ut
Eggs from lie laying strain White
Ugboms, 11.00 por letting. Tin montbi'
rooster from iame itrain II.M. Cor-
katt,, corner ')»< • m and Cboelerlcld,
Norlb Umdale. 89-3
B. a Whlli Ugtorn ind Wbiti
Wyiudoiie Eggi from my but layers,
HM par letting, IM for I7M. Day
Old chirks |l7.5i| pit hum]ml Piatt
MciriM Poultry Bancb, Yanudon,
Haney, B. C. ti.
 B	
^Jg&«*
Agrcemenis for Bale discouutid.
Moucy wailing. Lonsdale Realty Co,
636 Unsdalc Avenue. I'houe 3)7.   t.f.
Fire wood, Capilano Woody unl, tbo
old Capilauo terminus, Keilb road. Corl
wood and stove wood, 14 and 16 iuchoa
full measure, prompt delivory. P. 0.
Box 2306, I'bone 238. 18-4
■ II C. Livery and Board ittblu—
Light rigs tnd ladies' saddle horses
for hire. Stabling for horses. General delivery and heavy teaming. H.
Duma., 4tb slrect west  Phoni 847 t.f
NORTH 8HOBE BE81DENTS-IF
you dwire lu sell your buaiaiM or pro
peiiy of any kind call or writi oi,
wa have climii for clou-iu acreage
for tubdivliioa. We un git rcsolli.
Mcilwiine k Dtlbu, 9 Jones Building,
407.Hastings St. W., Vincouvtr, B. C.
Tbe Nortb Vaneouvir Dye Worka
44 Unidilo Avuiue, guarantee to do
u good work it cheaper pricei tban
you can possibly got in Vancouvar.
Oiva u a trial, tba mult wlU ipeak
for itself     Pbone 107. t-f-
FOB HALE -A taw pau of prlu
|»tock, Colombian Wyabdottei, Columbia! Bocks, Partridge Wyandottes, Bull
Orjdnglons, 8. C. Whits Ugboms. Now
booking ordin for eggs tnd day old
chlcki. Mra. I. E. Ua, Lyna Valley
Poultry fardi, Dmpiey Boad, Box
8114, Nortb Vincouvir.
Will trade. Tjuomod modern house,
itone baaamearfurMce, garden and
lawn, oaa block from Boulevard and
Kiitb road facing tout'o, with ipleodld
view, for two good lots, mut be cloao
to car, facing toutb with good vitw.
Box 8881, North Vaneouver.
Und during and Grading Loti,
Paty Andruu, Central Contractor. Bower- coanectlom a specialty, biioment
aad other excavating work undertaken
EHimftM fue. 687 St. (Jrorgc'i Avi.,
Nortb Voncouvir, poit oice box 9398
«
U you wltb a cheap or ebeicc bomi
lite ^tk for my Hit, Ufa neu lou
bli MM up, Two lott on llth itreet
weal, moni block, MOO and IIM not
thla wiok. Flno home oo Queon il/iat
M ll let, HMD- loll, U, tl, Woek
11, D. L 878, M,800. Ut 8, Hook IJ,
Para fruh milk, i»aa> butter, buttir
milk, alao Ice and lea cream supplied la
aay quantities at right prlcu by tbi
Purity Creamery Company, ISO Second
atraat wut.  Our matkodi of handling
aad proeeuet of >vaaa/aelnra ara iba , ,. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
lataat Md baat kaowa to modern D. L. 7M, IM feat, toe vliw, 11,740.
Mitata. U  Was. 0. MltahaU, Box S4S4. Ml ■7   .   ,..:-. -.   is.;
2.
THE EXPRESS NORTH VANCOUVER. 8, C„ FRIDAY, MARCH "ft. 1911,
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Lota l & 6 Corner* $1050 ■ each.
Inaide LoU $750    "
One third Cash, Balance
in 6, 12 and 18 month*.
I
THIS IS A GOOD INVESTMENT
7 LoU in a bunch, D. L. 676, on  Keith
Road, and on the Route of the C. P. R.,
$2575 for the bunch; $825 caah, balance
on easy term*.
NORTH YANCOUVER REAL ESTATE CO.
UO Esplanade. Phone 227
R. C. BISS /. A. WOODS
DICKINSON & SON, LTD.
Will Change that Old Store Front
SASHES, DOORS, WINDOWS, MOULDINGS, CASINOS
 WSSmSmffmemmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Dickinson & Son, Ltd.
ESPLANADE EAST
P.* 0. Box 1719. Phone 222
District pf Nortb Vancouvsr.
| PUBLIC NOTIOB li hireby given to
t (lie   Klectors   of   Iho   Municipality   of
Norlli Vaiicuuver tint I require the
< presence uf the sulil  Klectors at  Ilie
Municipal Hull, curlier of, I.mui Valley
i ond l-i -j,-ins   li.s, nisi   Nurlli Vancouver.
In llic sulci Municipality, mi
8ATIBIMV, tke lOlh Jlor.-n, llll,
• I   CIOO  u'cluck  auun
j fur Ihe i sn i ...... ut electing ijvrsuiis lu
! represent Ihem In Ihe Munlclpul I'mu
|ell ai Kecve and Couuclllore, mid cled-
Intt Ave persons lo represent (hem on
; tlio Board ol School Trustees.
I    Tin   candidate! shall   he  numlnaled
In writing, the writing shull he sub-
scrlhcd hy Iwu voters ot Ihe Municipal-
' Ily ai proposer und Mconder, und snail
(be delivered  lu the  Returning  o/llcer
at any (line belween lhe date uf this
ss.il.. and Iwo o'clock p in  on the duy
of the nomination.
'    And In ins event of a pull being nee-
i-ss.ii>. iuch pull- will bt opened on
Salurl.l, III. April, 1113,
j between the houn uf nine o'clock a.m
and seven o'cluck p.m. of Ihe ttld day
at the said Municipal Hull, lhe Church
Hall, corner uf Queen street and Lonsdale Avenue, and at Ihe School House
i 'iipii.iin. ruad. all In the said muni, I
pallly, of which every pcrioa li required lo like notice ond govern himself
1 accordingly.
The qualification* for Kuovc ihall bt
ihli being a male Urlllsh subject and
having been for lhe three months ncil
preceding  Ihe day of his  numlnalloii
I the registered owner, In lhe 1 1 Ksg-
Islry Oflice. of land or real properly
iliuuic wllliln Ihe munlclpallly of the
.aliened vulue  on  the last municipal
I or provincial assessment  roll, of Av*
| hundred dollars or inure uver and abovt
ui In-1 wliii-  duly   qualified
Palmer, Burmester & von
Graevenitz, Limited
■" - - ■
, U IOJ** 239, D.L545.  50x154led
caih.
$1300
Lot 10, 2 of 229, 545, 361156, cleared, third caih, 11200
LoU 19 k 20, 230A, 545-6. Double corner, cleared, $1600
66x135 led.  Third caih.
Boulevard, lOOx 114,cleared, 1-4caih, 6, M 18 ■   $2500
Cleared Twgk Com 143 ft. facing " Temp* " Height*
*■""    ■■'■!'"        ■■■"■      l      . mmtmt     .i i i    map   ii ■■ i        i, ..       .,
(W.Fitt*UiJJ«ijdCtrTenwiM,N.Loi«lal«
t   thetm UU and 71
any registered judgment or charirc. and
being otherwise
municipal voter.
The 'in.'lin. .iiln1.1. for councillor thall
be hll being a male British subjeel and
having been for the Ihree monlli! nesl
preceding Ihe dty of his nomination the
regislered owner, It the Land Kcglitn
Ollice, of land or i.'.il properly situate
wllhln Ihe munlclpallly of the aliened valui. on lbe lul municipal ut provincial aiacasiiuint rull uf Iwo hundred
and ilfiy dullum or moro over tnd
above my registered Judgment or
charge; or being a hoineilcader. lessee
from ths crown, or pre-emptor who bu
resided within lhe munlclpallly for the
•pact or one year or more Immediately
Preceding thl day of nomination, and
assessed for Ave hundred dollurs or
more aa tbi lut municipal or provincial uwument roll over and above
any reglllcred judgment or charge,
or being a homesleader, lessee from (be
Crown, or pre-emptor who bat reilded
wltbln tbi municipality for a portion
of one year Immediately preceding tit.
iiiuiiliintli.il, and during the remainder
of aald year bu been tne owner of laid
Iind, of which he formerly wu a home
Header, lessee from (he crown or pre-
emptor, ud ii uscssed for Ave hundred dollari or more on Ibo lul municipal or provincial uacsuuysl roll over
ana above any registered 'judgment or
chirge land being olherwlie duly .jim!
lied u a municipal voter
In every icbool diitrict, any peraon
being a householder In the dlslrlcl,
and being a Brltlah subjeel of (he (oil
tai of twenty-one yean, and oilier
will qualified by (bit act to vote tl
an election of school' (ruateei In the
laid ichool dlilrlcl, shull be eligible
to ba elected or to servo u t Ichool
trustee In tuch diitrict.
Oiven under my band at Norlh Van-
ll-l .     Riurnlng OUcer.
SMMsCim
mNNwsgnrm
North Vincouver
Gil FrauchiM
Council Approval pi N. V. Ou aad
Oakt Oo.'i Application
FraiichUi Bylaw to bi BubmltUd to
Batipayin
' i
Tt was oipuotetl that tbo city council
would ill until a lata boar on Wednesday uiiilit deliberating ou tba detailed
prni. tnil com. of tba protracted gas
franchise problem, tloniiileratlon of
tba application'of John Coats ami (lom
piny, nt lAwdan, England (represented
hitherto hi Ut. H. Sydney Haadcock)
vaa, howovor, elimited from ilie igendi
it being manifeitly clear, at the outiat
tbat tho specified ratal and their important s I- ii , jn tbii application wire
not at all in accordance with tha re-
quiromenti of tbe council. There only
remained therefore the application of
tha Nortb Vancouvar On and Coke
Oompany, represented by Mr. P. Q.
Crisp, of Hours. Owillim, Criip aad
Mackay, barristers of Vaneouvir, lir.
]. h. Stanford, tbe com>papy'i eugineer,
and Mr. E. I'teta, ot Mauri. Pun aud
Boult, Nortb Vancouver, the aoting
lecretary of the company. m
Tho mayor presided ovtr an assembly
of four aldermen, tbe absentees being
Aid. McBae aad Aid. Dick. Hit wor
ship preferred consideration of tbt ap-
plication clause by clause witb tbi
slalomoot that the city tolieitor, Uf. B.
I.. Beld, wbo wai alao preient, had
studied the document and bad pronounced it in bia opinion to be au
equitable franchise.
Tbo question waa tackled in a thorough liuiiaeislike inauner, the city clerk
reading aloud each sedition, Mr. Beid
and tbe aldermen commenting, objecting, approviag, suggesting, Mr. Oriip
and bit colleague! acquiescing, refuting,
compromising. Tbe flnt outbreak of
controveny centred around that section
which dotormined the term of yean for
which Ibo francbiia ibould be ex
elusive.
Aid. Foramen coniidered that tbe
city would lie in a position to purchase
tbo franchise in tan yean' lime. Per-
souilly, aa tbe council knew, ba wu
uot really in favor of granting any
francbiti, He wpuld have liked to bavo
teen tbe city supplying iti awn gas,
but in lieu of tbit he did uot elijsci
to granting a fnucliiio for is short a
term pf years u possible.
Aid, Hiss, while .partly in agreement
with Aid. Foreman, did net oppose a
period of flftoen years if there wai, at
the end of that term, a substantial
mileage of piping laid.        ,. '
Mr Qiitpi aa tka eouiptuy's behalf',
slated emphatically that  hia client!
could not agroit-U tny period less tban
fifteen yean. Tbey had figured It down
to a cent and bad decided tbat auy
lorm less than flfteon yean wai aot
feasible.
"Nii|i|)imii" iiid Aid. Irwin, "thc
cily docided lo purchase at tbo end
of the 16 yeirs, but tbe pipes were loo
small for the city'i purpose and thi
plaul ought lo be replaced by a more
modern one! If thit were known u
the arbitrators what influence would
it have on tlieir valuation)"
Mr. Id-id thought it would have ron
siderable influence.
Mr. .'■i.-iiiiciil, tbo company's eo
gineer, said that u a rule tboy pul
down piping suibViont for flvo or tea
years. "If tbey are not big enough"
be added, "then clearly it will pay yuu
well lo purchase the plant."
Aid. Koroma n wai in the meantime
peering into tbe future, and wondering
whether occasion would arise for tht
mill less tearing up of the city'i permanent paviijg.
Aid. Irwiu favored thi insertion of
a clause whereby whan tbo city wished
lo do any permanent paving, oo beiug
given three montha .notice, the company would put ip permanent piping
ind services.
Thc matter of leakages was men
tinned aud Ihe city engineer, Mr. Hancs1
rci'oiiimeiic) tbat , tome itijiulitioo
should, be made u to Ihe amount of
pivement which might be torn up al
the time.
Mr. Stanford slated and Mr. Hanes
agreed that there wu no iuch thing
u a leak whon Mannesman pipes wore
Installed.
' Piirutiipu also waged briefly around
section 16 which originally provided
tbtt it ihould not bo rompuliion on the
applicants to furnllb gu to any houae,
oHii'c, slioji, establishment, reiidence, or
building at a distance of more than
fifty feet from any of their mains. Mr.
Heid suggested that thit olajlie ihould
be amended to tbe effect that it ihould
bo compuliory es the company to tup-
ply gu to premises situated at a dis
lauec of not more tbtn one hundred
feet from tny of tbe mains.
The situttiou, io fir as tbc'cltuse
waa concerned, wu nutahcUed by Mr.
Crisp's assurance thtt hit clients
would tupply gu wheieever tbey could
do butineet.
The vital qucitiou tben trait. Aid.
Irwin itld tM whit the city required
wu of good qualifor-tt a low rate. He
wondered whether it would net be poi
sible to make tbe initial price IJ.25
pa, thouitnd foet itntced of IIM.
Wr. Crisp aaid tbis wai impowiWe.
fketmmei m ami twm
Bank of Montreal
B=
Esttblbb.il 1*17
Capitol (paid up)   -   $18,413,000
Reims    •  ■  ■  •   $18,000,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
l^m^mmmwmmtmma
Saving! Bank Department
INTEREST PAID AT CURRENT RATES
North Vancouvar Branch i F. A. MACRAE,
Mt. Crown Bldg., lit Street Manager
Contractors, Builders, Storekeepers, and Employers
OF OFFIOE HELP, BTO., BTO.
ueed only to pbone 331 to havo ail vacaucios filled. NO (HIABOfi
ta BMPLOYEB or EMPLOYEE therefore tbere is absolutely no no
canity to utilill employment Ageuciea in Vancouver, as a complete
liat of all classes of workers it kept at tba
CIVIC INFORMATION AND LABOR  BUREAU
Phone 321.     14 Lonidale Avenue.
W. B. HOOD, Hicrotary.
NOTIOB
In the Matter of A- 9 Fletcher
The Boyal Bank of Cauada having
banded the books and bills receivable
iu tbe above mailer over to W. J.
Wilson, Assignee, il parlies indebted
to tbo above Estate are rei|ueslecl lo
little their account with the suid
Assignee forthwith, the creditors having given imperative Instructions lo
collect all outstanding accounts forth
witb. All payments are to be | ni.l
direct to the Assignee who will issue
receipts for tamo.
W. J. WIIcHON,
Assignee.
938 Healings St. West.
NOTIOB TO OBBDITOBU
In tba Matter of tba Eitate of Elm
bath Am Keith, Diceaiid, Late of
tin City of North ?ancouvtr lu tbt
Province of Britlih Columbia.
NOTICE ii hereby giveu pursuiut to
tha "Trustees and Executors Act" to
all creditors of tbt above estale. lo
deliver to tbe undersigned full purlieu
lars of their claimi verified by Statutory Declaration, before the .list day
of March, 1812.
DOMINION TJiOST CO. LTD.,
207 Haitingi Street West,
Viucouver.
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PUBLIC NOTIOB
Kiitb road wait (old location) road
will be closed from west boundary of
1). L. 655 westwards during tho cou
structiou of trestle iu D. L. 6(6 until
further notice.
J. B. C06QKOVE,
Diitrict Euginetr.
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Coal iiiiiiiui. rlvhla ol the Dotirtulon
In Manitoba, Suikatcliewan and Albcr-
ta. the Yukon Terrllor)-, tbe Norlb-Wlit
T, nlimi.... and In a portion of the province of Brlllih Columbia, may bi letted for t linn of I weiii) -one years tt
un iiiiiiu.il rental of fl an acre. Nol
more lhan 2.610 teres will be leased (o
one applicant
Application lor a lease must bo made
by tin uppllcajit In person lo ilie Auent
or Bub-Agent ol thc dlilrlcl In whlcb
Iho rlghtl applied for are situated.
In surveyed territory the land muit
be described by sec lions, ur IckiI subdivision! of sections, uml In unsurvoy-
ed territory the Irlcl a|.|illcil for slmll
bo icii'i nl uul by lbe applicant hlm-
scll
Kach application must be sccumpm-
led by a fee uf |( which will he refunded If the rights applied lor iro not
available, bul nut olherwlie. A royally shall be paid un Ibe merchantable
output of thc mine tl the rate of Ive
eentt per tun
The person operating lhe mine ibtll
fuiiiluli Ihe Agent with sworn return!
tccouotlng for tho lull quantity or
merchantable coal mined and pay Ihe
royally Ihereon If lhe coal mining
rlghii are nut being unerated. iuch return! ihould be .furnished at least once
a year.
The leaie will Include lhe eual mining
rlghtl unly, bul Ibe leuee may be per-
milled lo purchaae whatever available
•urfacc rights may be coniidered nec-
eiiary lor the working of lhe mine at
the rule ol II" un acre
Fur full Information anpllcatlon
ihould be made lo lhe lecrclory of lhe
in imi inn-Hi of Ibt liiieilor, Olltwa, or
to tny ukciii in Hub-Agent of Dominion
''""), w. w. cony.
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TO CANADIAN ABOHITEOT8
Competition for Naw Unlverilty BuiW-
Ingi to be BrecUd at Point dray
Near Vancouver, Brltiib Columbia.
The ii.nernmi'iii of Brltlah Columbia
invite Competitive Plans for tile goner
al tc heme tnd detlgn for the propoaed
new Unlverilty, together with mare detailed Plans for the buildings to be
erected flrst at an oituuateiT cott of
HM9.W.
Prim ol IWM9 will bt given for
the moit lUccoieful deeignt lubinitted.
Particulars of the competition mi
plan of site may be obtained on rnjuiiH
from tbt undersigned.
The doiigm to bt tout in by Inly
Hit, U12, addraiwd to
TNE MINJUBTEB OF EDUCATION,
Parlianient Buildiugi,
Victoria, Briliih Columbia.
V, THE EXPREW WORTH VANCOUVER, ft C, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1912.
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\\\fl YGU CdNSIDERING
FRIEND
A GJPT FOR A
Those who purpoie buying gifts which will represent tha
real sentiment of thia joyous feiiival will find in our well
.anorted ilocltl juat what will meet iheir reijiiircmcnli.
Dainty pieces of jewelry, silver novelties, card cases,
punei, mesh bags, vanity boxei, perfume hollies and photo
frames, ai well at many neat novelties prepared eipecially
for thit occasion.
PLAIN GOLD CROjSSES
We have on hanaa very moderate assortment of plain
gold crotMi, which make moit appropriate, significant Easter
gifu.
lenry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
JBWBLEBS,  B1LVEB8MITHS, WATOHMAKBBB.
..,  George E. Trorty, Managing Director
tw
Haitingi and Granville Streeti
Vancouver, B. C.
t
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ake Your Morning Toast at Your
Breakfast Table!
EL TOSTO may be connected wilh
any ordinary lighting socket
Turn on the current and in an instant
the coils are glowing
In a few minutei tlie two slices of bread
are lurned to a'rich, golden brown color
Toast made on EL TOSTO is especially appetizing, lhe more io as it may
be served direct from the toaster to
your plate.
Price
$4.00
Call al our office, 50 Lonsdale Avenue, and see this appliance
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.. LTD.      Phone 66
NATKWAI.   WWW
rffWfr **Tnf. fllWflrV -WWW
m Ufa* »?■ ms
JM Quarterly Bevtear
Tinp tliousunl yours before ''|i)f|jl|Bg.
pictures" ifpn dreamed of the world
already bad tbem.   Tlie pictures of thu
Hililo iiiovol   Tlw HP jpatlnct  witb
life ami ppi»r. *tot toty Ao toil tinm-
solves move, but tboy move the rentier.
Tbay play on all tlio emotions, uml, mum
tbau any otber literature, impel toward
trutb—beauty—barmoify—Heaven and
Oirdl Tnis il pro-emluontly trite of tbp
|iurl wliieli iinfiilds tbe life pf Jesm. It
il essentially a pietprial biography) and
for Dili ressou never loses its charms.
Tba Nativity ii dear and ilgnitcant to
tbe uaivenal human heart,  titer, magi,
,ilm|ilierclu, angell, imrenls, aud lluhe
never lost thoir charm. Like tbo magi,
tbe arti, pootry, painting and music
have preieutod their richest glfll at
tbo shrine of lletlileliem. Thul scene
haa been Idealised and given a iplrltua)
romauce such at no other in huinun bin
lory possesses. Yet, after ill, It is not
the "ili',.sli..|»s on His eradlo" thai
really concerns ui. To dwell upon tho
mere Incident pf tbo Advent ii tp go
\nek lo tbo ci.ii.i."!"' of tbo race, whieh
leiiiihiecl ill a marvel. It it not tbe
Hull"! but tbo Mun! What did lie
stand for and exemplify!   Whit   was
tlm nature and sum of Ilis influence!
Vancouver Business Directory
oniiNBaa nii.i.DiiKs.
SPROTT SHAW Busine,. Collage
336 Haitiugi St. W.
Canada'a Q'aateat Waatarn 8ohool
H. J. Sprott, B.A., - -Manager
IIKAI, KITATc
Yorkshire Guarantee It. Securities
Corporation, Limited
440 Seymour Street
It V.M ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENT
ESTATES   MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgate - • • Umiugn
BKSTIIJUHTI
All North Vaneouvir psupli nt 11
LEONARDS'
Kitbtr Flick Blook or Uniting! St.,
opposite tbi new poll offioe. I.cnnuul
■elli hit tw bv tbi puund.
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NOTICE
TO HOLDERS OF NON-REGISTBRED AGREEMENTS FOR SALE
Contrary to the usual practice the Assessment Notices for
1912 have been sent to the registered owners ol properly
according to tlie Land Registry records.
* "i ip to' tiii ]>.*wpl. purchasers have been in llic habit of
•) ,sfyii|jj the city authorities that (lie y.'i</cily had changed hands
so' that notices of assessment and taxation ihould no', •yi osjray.
This form of registration of owners has heretofore been deemed
sufficient for city purpoiei, but owing to a recent decision the
cily council 11 advised by iti solicitors to recognise these owners
only who appear on the records of the Land Registry Office.
Unfortunately a great many never register their deeds or agree
mend.
1
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The Norlh Vancouver Land and Improvemenl Company
hai received numeroui aueument noticea for 1912 for proptrty
which it hai sold and which hai lince changed hands two or three
tku.
The Company, therefore, desires to notify perioni who have
purchaied from it that they ihould take itepi to ensure notices
of aueument and taxation being sent to them 10 that they may become aware of the value at which they are being messed and
pay taxes as they fall due.
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The North   Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company
-
limited Liability
543 PENDER STREET.
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VANCOUVER, B. C.
Phone ^268
Wu^t llu eontribptiPii to buiiiau bot-
tprnioptt One iupidpnt—puly ppa—
pf pJius' ypptliii prosofvpt).  If au.l
yiei| it w||| be I'dlllid In lie tilt wbp'o
period jii pp|to|flp-tbe ip|rit, trails,
iic.|iiirc'iueulH of clsui-tbo poy.      It
is tbe Vuutll ip (|ie l''l"l'le where lllii
Merriunie idoa und iliwiiiu« couscioui-
ness, "Jaw Wei" pkmVi Hint until It
11111l.es 11 ini ulili viuiia In lime uml pluee
and human relutipmblp The noxt
picture In tho moving album is of the
■greatest prophet pf all ages, whpso uur
limits, fuml, nnil vpry self were i ser
incin overwhelming in power. Tbis uncompromising prppbol, wltb sackcloth
garment uml cheap diet, was list and
greatest In tho long Hue of thoso who
bad boon lent Ip call lhe Kuril's people
to account, uml prepare tbem for tbe
Lord's coming. Yel it was all lo vain.
The vineyard persistently brought forth
wild grapes 'fhe noxt picture   li
that of lhe temptation of .lesus ulwost
an in 1 (niii-1.- - cm-. 14 was tbe citadel of Ihe human soul uf Jesus the do
vil sought to turn. In Ills human nature Jesus must 11c ilu make transit from
in nm uw innocence tp thc innocence
of deliberate tcmplutioii, but this may
bavo been the crucial epoch. A patent
bullet proof elolh has been iuventcd
bIiuIi is eluimed to absolutely protect the wearer. Hid the Divinity pf
Jesus form sueh armour I Was it pot
ni lii i- for evil lo cnicr/ Then how wu
He (empted us we are) Jesus' encounter
is reduced lo a shun light, liul Jesus
was nob ilm overslaughed with Ihe
dlviue, Temptation was addressed lo
Jesus us huinun.    He conipiornl where
the llrsl Adam 'uileill The public
ministry of eJsus burst upon the people
e u moral sunrise John llaplist's
preacher Inni been the foregleatn, but
such sermons us that upun lhe Mount
were u complete bringing lo light uf (Inspirit, principles and effect of Ihe King
lum of (lod.   It was also tn uuvoiling
of   lllC   Mi ■   mli   Hun  1 I;     His    hills!
eslcilness, purity unl authority. The
light win nut conllnoil lu uirrow terri
lory, is commonly suppose,I, Imi lilurcl
across all Syria, ll was not tlwu.v,, u
gentle radiance. It wus often ioihtii
Iruled in ;i caustic ray winch cuu«uuii"l
nm 1. uf In I'm in ;■ I'liiuii. 1 wilh
Iho Ministry of Word ran Ibe ministry
of deed   the litter a series of pirible<
Icslgncl lu illustrate the former. II i
uul u tint* coincidence thai in Ihir ae
mini iif Ihe beginning of Jesus' mill
lltry Ihere is inserted us il in purenlhe
sis, lhe - .nl uf human helpers, ll plumed
Him tu put this luu."I upon men, making
Mn m cu si,.ii, 1   wilb 11 im iu founding
the Kingdom The ii'ene of Jesus'
tireless activity is limoafcfiw] fro;, lit
jiublleity v' thr lynugugue lo lhe iw.-ol
privity of tbe home. What I'eler bas
jusl seen uf Ihe Muster's puwer eiubold
ejis him lo call ullcnliou lo u case of
sickness in his own house 1 low, con
■ uiiiing fu lul fever. This domestic mir
aele will produce uo sueh scnsutiin Bl
the oue wrought in Ihe synagugue, bul
love for Ilis disciple, desire lo cuiillim
His sunn nhui unstable fiilh, as well as
Irue sympathy for lbe sufferer, leads
Jesus lo give the Wurd and lo'ic-u of
power After supper the street in froul
of el'ler's bouse is found converted inlo
one vast hospital wurd. fur lhe public
miracle had been a silier bell whose
notes of hope had suumled in every
shadowed home Prom one sufferer' 1
mil lo in.1.1 h. 1 Jesus uull.nl in Ihe la
..ir lininc under Ihe slurs, nor did'He
desist aa lung us there way • liny suf
I'i'tiT   OII   Uli)    motion'      gentle    llOSOtll.
Now we know how (aperuiuni was lift
ed to lleuven. No uther cily Inul such
u perfect example of Jesus' puwer. In
11 single night ill demons were expelled
mill all diseased pysons made whule.
Uul ihe Inveterate power uf sin is wen
iu lbc fid lhat the mighty wurds pru
iluccd 110 general or lasting failh in
Jesus.   Kirlily   was Capernaum's doom
ir.nl More   pictorial of  mlr
uoles It >Ml  in which ccrlaiii fn. ni
let a paralytic down Ibruugn lam-l ■/,
lo Jesus' feet while He w is in the ail
of   preaching.     Fine   example of sur
in,nulling nliicllii lc«! uf sluing Uli) prln
lull human sympathy   of Ihe power of
1 Iiinuiion   pf  Ibe  breaking  up  of
1 ouvouiionelity. It is lbe llrsl in
stance where Jesus forgives iln. Ur
did il not jusl to auerl Uis power, nol
to antagonize ilis enemies, but because
in Ibis instance the patient was suffer
iug more from bit comciouiness of sin
lhau from his pilsy, To have relieved
Die latter without attention to the for
mer would not bave been a genuine re
iteration of the wbolo man. Jeiui' in
iwer to thc erltici wu: ''Obnipotence
knowi nothing 0/ diseisc. To jLfnt-
giving is jutt as easy ai healing* Hut
to convince Ihem Ho will Wtirk it any
way thoy chose.   Hoal Hrst or forgive
afterward*, or vice  vim Tbis
wonderful series of "moving pictures"
closes witb the stirring scene* of Ine
call of Matthew from bit loll-bouie in
Capernaum. If be bad hesitated his
name would not be the lnl to greet us
wheu we opent be Now Testament. Uul
he did apt hesitate, He pat aside his
office with all Iho wealth aod power it
temptingly offered—*! overcame lbe
unpopularity arising from bit oice. Al
bit banquet be seeks tp make Wa former
aiaociates acquainted with bis «cw
Matter. To tbe J'barlwm' question,
"Uow can a. good map tat with tin
(oral" Jetui amwon tbat tbe aisocla
tipu ji born of genuine human love, and
ahe purpoae Is reclamadaa.
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The Canadian Bank
of Commerce
/     NOW OPEN FQR BUSINESS IN
NORTH VANCOUVER
Branch of the Bank located
on Eiplanade West, near Lonsdale Avenue.
*   A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
TRANSACTED
lnlereit paid on Saving! Bank Deposits of
One Dollar and upwardi.     Withdrawals
' may be made al any time.
Capital $11,000,000      Rut $9,000,000
J. A. i'OUTBB, Manager Noith Vancouver Branch
PERCY KING
hegt to announce that he will
OPKN A BRANCH OFFICE
At Terniinu* oi Capilano Car Line
immediately.   Let ui have your listings of Capilano property.
—
PERCY  KING
Notary Public, Real Estate. Insurance and Convey anting.
18 IJQNSDALE AVENUE
AND TERMINUSOFCAPILANO CAU LINE
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Tuna table lul.je. I lo ilimuc wilbout
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North Shore Locators
SK "AVE EXCLUSIVELY
Block 12a   li?'d £» tK
Cleared LoU fronting on the carline
and Grand Boulevard, ^900 up.
One-quarter cask, 6, 12, 18 mlhs.
OUR WANT ADS. BRING RESULTS
Palace Hotel
Second Street. North Vaacouver, B. C.
FINEST ROOF CARDEN ON PACIFIC COAST
RaTEJ:   $2.00 fm dap up.   Special
taut to laoiihu mi fe ftgidat boatitn.
REDA & ANDRUSS
Propnetori
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THE EXPRESS NQRTM'vaNOQWR, B, C„ FRIDAY, MARCH ■», Wl
THB EXPRESS
WOBTH VAMOOUTHS.
.BBIIIBH OOLUVBIA
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Publiihid Tuiadayi and Frldayi by Nortb Bhore Prm, Wmited,
SBO, H, MQ8PEN, BDITOB AND MANAOBB.
Bataa Of Bnbiirint'ion:-One year, HM.  Pig months, Ml.  Three monthi, B5e,
United Btatei and Foreign, $11.00 per year,
Advertlilng lam WU Ba Quoted on Application.
The Eipreii it devoted to tba interest! pf the North Shore ot Burrard Inlet
aieluilvaly, It eonitltutea an advertising medium of axeeptional value for
reaching in a thorough and effective manner the population of North Vaneouver
Oity and Diitrict, Every effort is made to give advertisers tha matt satisfactory
lervloe.
All ebangaa in eontraet advartliemeuti ihould be In tha printer!' handt not
later than 10 a. m. Monday and |S p. m. Wedneiday to aniun iutertiou in tbt
following iuue.
Nortb Vincouvir, B, 0„
.March », 1818.
THB NOBTH BHOBB AB A TOUBIBT
BBBOBT
In bli interoiting letter, publiibed in
thla iuue, witb reference to the pout-
bllltiea of tba Nortb Shore, relative to
tourist travel, Mr. D. 0. Dick directs
timely attention to a topic familiar to
all pro North Vaaeouverltei and one
witb respect to which tbe iintimenti
to which ha glvei eipretilon, will meet
with general approval,
Nature bat done practically all tbat
eould be deilred In order to make of
North Vaneouver one of tbe foremost
touriit resorts of tbi Pacific coait.
Topographically the North Shore la endowed to a most remarkable degree,
with mow clad mountain topi and
foreit covered hillsides—from whose
commanding elevation! there il
provided an borlion whoie radius ii manured liy hundreds of miles
and wltbin whose circumference ia unfolded a wonderful panorama comprising ocean, island, gulf, eity, farm
lands, river and inlel, such ai is rarely
found anywhere throughout the world-
deep woru canyom, rushing mountain
streams abounding in Ash, In leisou—
mountain trails and cosy nooki, all Of
which combiue to make a veritable par-
adiie for Ihe tooriit or tbe pleaiurt
■taker. Geographically Dame Nature
hu plaud all theie nviibiug attraction! of thi Norlh Hhora within very
small coinpau aud at tba vary doors
of what ii dutioed to be one of the
inoet douiely populited centre! on tbe
American continent, namely, the peuln-
mils lying betweea Burrard Inlet and
lha Fraier river.
It tinnot will ba otberwiie than that
ihou who are moat familiar with all
that Ibe Nortb Shore bu to offer In
the wiy of letali attractions and who
have, at the ume time, an intelligent
idea of the immenae financial benefits to
be obtained from their development,
•]>Qlll4 view with impatience, the nee
iiiarilyilow precunei which the com
munlly ii compilltd to follow in order
lu arrive it Hist position which will
enibli it to ruliu upon thii invilu
•bll aieet.
Study advincement, however, il be
iug madi from iiuon to ituoo, in rendering then feiturei accewlble md in
developing their latent powibilitiu.
Thi "good roadi" >policy of Ihi clly
■nd district councils hu already done
much in Ibis regard and much more
rapid progreu will he made in the fu
ture than in the put In thie reipect.
Tbi conitructlon of thl piw marine
drive along Keith road wul and iti
future eitemlon to Deep (love on the
cast, will provide the North Bhore with
i mignificint tpudwiy over twenty
milu In length, wbleh will constitute
one of thi featurei of Ibe wait, from a
louritt standpoint. Thi conitructlon
of Ihi drums Mountain Bcinic railway,
by muni of which tourists may be con
veyid in perfect comfort from thi
hurt af Ibi city it ua level, to tbe
hurt of thi mountain futauut, at aa
elevation of upwards of four thousiud
feet, all within a abort r|da of oaa
hour'i duration, will plice North Vaa
couvtr in pimeulou of a letaic futon
alMolalah^ifae Ujs*.(gii|jit maj/l
ifxrinr wr llapilaaa
J'tnvo
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over. In tbli ai fn other respects, thii
la no time for a reactionary policy on
the Nortb Shore. The moit optimlitio
spirit and tho most euterpriiing policy
ara the only efficient safeguards of
publio intereiti with respect to our
touriit and scenic advantages.
prepeMsnd eomfiftable rliirw-mid rail
raids to the deepest holes in tba
ground and the highest hills over 1(,
witb good and aufflcient rooming ao-
conioditiou in our eity, and with a
special clerk in our post office, whose
dnty It will be to keep one window
open at eh boun during tho »i|gbt, end
one .bank in the suinu way where the
tooriit ean have hii express orders
eaibed at any time, night or day. We
find otber cities baye adopted this
ityiitiim of open post offices and banks
during night boun and it hai proven
a >great boon to the ttouriiti who appreciate that service very much and
make thlr principal stops in those
cities where tbey can have tbat as-
eomodatlon, by catering to the tourist
trade. ,.
Last year Los Angeles and Southern'
California, according to tbeir own ultimate reaped a harvest of not less
than forty millions dollars, and this
yMr'i tourists seem to bo much more
numerous and Iho proceeds may reach
tba comfortable sum of fifty million.
North Vancouver should, with all its
ettensive natural beauty and geographical supremacy becomo one of tbe great
eat tourist centres of tbe Pacific Coast.
The touriit trade to North Vancouver
can he mado to pay a larger dividend
than capital placed in any other enterprise for which thia district is suitable
We are ture every citizen of our fair
Oity is willing to lend his best endeavour to any enterprise that will
tend to dietributo such large sums of
money amongst us as tho tourist trade
would be certain to do.
Yours respectfully,
D. Q. DICK
I ""^'^Wl.'aDyon, Beymour Canyon
and Cypriu Canyon, thl reservation
ind Improvimint of tht may natural
park araaa, wbicb the ditlrict council
ii -plaaaing throughout Ihi diitrict, tbi
dilifhtfal aad rutfol water trip ap
Nortb Ann or Hows Bouid are like
wIm futures which nud but ta In
prominently ind ptnlitintly brought
>to tbe ilUotion of thi touriit public,
ia ordtr lo eoiurt to tht North Bhore
aa aver eateadlng reputation aawng
louriili, iuch u will mutually build
up a spwnaaent ind viluible touriit
traOU, af tht lirgul proportion.
Il order io iccompliib thia dulrid
mull, Ixwivf r, not only ara railway!,
good roada, boteli md apartntit boilwi
aad limllir provliiou riqoirid, but a
ipeclal department uut be cruled aad
auiatedned, wbou duty It thill bi to
devilop tbli tnflU by every aau that
mn >ba deviaed. Ia tbia connection, tba
writ of tba petition of Publicity Coas
niwlooir, which tba Joi.t Civic Ad
vertieiag Coauaittu deelru to ulab
iiab, betomm appanet Wbili ill".,
Mm to oar areata advaitagu woull
Mftaaarily uaatltoto mil em Aeput
meat et tba aetlvlitaa at mut m at
■ tu, tt ta aavartWaaf ' smdity- mm
. mm mttlm It tbia aiagte ptrUtuitr
) weald atodau mall* tflith weald
luoilty tin aatotaaaau if t public
Mtem tt ibii
COMMUNICATION
Local  Touriit' Travil
Editor Kipreu:
Nortb Vincouvtr, II. C.
Hur Blll-
Witk a view of making tbi mut of
ulurr"! gift! la tbli wondirfully favoured epot on tba urth'i aurfaei, 1
bava lieen led to make e.Ompariioni of
opportunltiu witb tome of tbe otber
plum.
Wi find iomt parti of tba world n
jeiu ia tbeir mineral wealth, aome bank
oa tbeir wheat crop, otbert rily oa
tbeir timber forests, while otbin oa
ib.ii maaufaeturiag industrial, bat
there an ftw pla.ua when*elinatlc
conditions aad boaotlM of aatari will
coai to tbeir iborw tbi will tt do
aad alAumt of tba world's tititeae,
aad wbo ii willing to ip»id amongst
us that medium of euhaagi which our
prweat civiliullnn aad tradt upan
ilea m urgently tioaiiu m North
Vaarouvtr It uptbli of doing. Tbt
tetjllii laveetad te mate tba Tonritl
trade will rival ia ita proftt'ill vtWri
lad witk • lau degree of ttartioa M
tbe part at am ttHeem, tvmtM-M-
tnai Ntrrowi Bridgi would link al
moil to oblivion be a money maker
tempered to tbat trade if carefully
foeUred, which my ba doaa by in-
proving our natural gifti    mob   ai
OABD OF THANKS
Bav. A. J. i'rosser wishes through
this medium to convey his thanks lo
ill the friends who eipresied in various
ways their sympathy wilh him and his
family during hii recent bereavement.
SMIohsGiiK
ouicmv (Toai couoHa, cumi coma,
mau thi THaoar aaio lunqi. u canri
OITY QAB FBANOHIBB
It ii to be hoped that the ratepayer!
of the city will give cloie ittentlon
to tbe detail! of the franchise which
it il proposed to grant to the North
Vancouver Gas aud Coke Company, as
they are pubjfshed in our news column!
in this issue. While the report does not
give verbatim the text of tbe franchise,
it hai, uovertheleii beeu very carefully
prepared, omitting only those portion!
which would not be of lervice to (he
ratepayer! iu grasping tbe details of
the franchise. A careful perusal of this
digest will therefore give our readers
full information witb regard to tbe
provision! of tbe propoied contract.
It ia worthy of nots tbat lhe council
hai approached this Important maltor
in tbe moit circumipect iiiinner and
bu dult witb it wilh Ibe utmost deliberation. Negotiation! bave been in
progreu between the couucil ind the
respective applicants for a gu franchise for several monthi. The council
hai not illowed itself to be hurried iu
iny way but throughout tbo" prolonged
negotiations bas at all times been alert
to tbe intereiti of tho ratepayer!. Time
end igain have the termi of the fran
chin been lubjected to Ihe most care
ful revision and piinstiking icrutiny
hy tbe council during which process the
tgreement hu been amended ind re
emended, until finally il appeared in
ill present form, ill which the alder
men are of opinion tbat it preientt a
proposition, worthy thi fivorable con-
■idiration of the ratepayers.
In finally doting wilb tbe Nortb Vancouver Ou and Coke Company, -tbe
council hu decided to deal with the
Complny wbleh certainly ahowed the
grutut diipoiition to meet Ibi cue on
groundi wbicb would comnrond tbem
selves lo tbe electors of the city. Tbe
Is, I thll this company ii cumpoied of
rcildioti of Nortb Vincouver, couplid
wilh Ihe fid Ihlt Ihey hive manifest
ed, throughout tbe negotiations, • de
lin to give J il si . i .lisnlei»ll.in to tbi
interests of Ihe cily u inch, ihould do
I grut dul towird predisposing thl
rtlepiyeri in tbeir favor.
While it would uot be reisonabii to
sniinpsie tbat tba igreemeut will
meet witb univerul approval iu ill its
detail*, tbere ii nevirlhileu good
groundi to conclude tint Iho more cloie
ly Ihtu delaili an coniidered the
clurer will tbe idvietagw Involved
become from a civic ilandpoiul ind Ihil
will urve to bring oul more elurly
thl fid tbit in Ihil tgrumeul, Ihe city
ii offered in opportunity lo procure the
many benefit! of a gu tupply for.llgbt
ing aod commercial purpoaea, upon a    Diitrict of North Vancouver,
lii.ii   that   compares   mut   favorably
witb tbt advantage eajoyad by npigb- T» ,to m"u'"" ,. .... >"**'
boring cltin, in Ibii rcgird.    . ,/^Jntni'ee'".Tiui'vi
-. a. .ml mf. ■  ■ 'I'm..." uiiovt municiptlity Is
llll..     If.    ull     lUl.lsUV.sl.    Ul     I
WATEB NOTICB
We, lhe Newport Water Company
Limited, a Company Incorporated uudci-
the i',,iiii„ini, i. Act with head ulllci al
648 i .ii 1.1 i'iiiiiiii Building. Vancouver.
B. (.'., live notice thai on lhe 1Mb day
of April. Isi: we Intend to apply lo
Ihe Water Commissioner al his office In
New Weilmlniter, li ft, lor a llcenie
in lliu o'.'l use 400 'UM' feet of water per second from Ibe Hlaamui Hlver In New  Weilmlniter Dlslrlcl
The waler Is lo be taken from tlie
ilream from a point about the cuntri
of ilioiiei limit 31144. about 100 feet
ibove tide-water, and Is to he .uud
for municipal purposes on Iota 116, 741),
III. tl! and 1104, Oroup One. NeW
V.,.-nolo .1. i   lilstrlct
luted it Vancoover, H <'. thll lllh
day  of March.   UIS.  al   lhe  hour  of
eleven o'clock In the forenoon
NEWPORT WATER COMPANY
LIMITED.
Ill
WATEB   Mil li 1.
We, the Newport Hii. I. A Tile Company Limited, a company incorporated
under Ihe Companies Act, will) head
oltlci it 401 i urlei I'oiioii Building,
Vancouver, B C give nolice lhal on
tbi Itth day of April. 1911. we Intend
to apply to the water Commissioner
el bll ollice In New Westminster, B
ft, for a license lo lake and use 100
eublc feel of water pel second from
Shinnon Creek, situate on Lot 401,
Oroup One. New Westminster District
Thl water Ii to lie taken from llic
alream al the heud of Ihe falls on Lot
101, nli.mi one mils from tidewater, ind
ll to be uied on Lot 404, for power
purposes
A i.-s.-ivi.ir for Ihe purpose of storing water will he inailc on the properly
lying it Die hack of Ihe bead of the
cliff on l.ul 404
Dited al Vancouver, II C, thla mli
diy of Mmeli. In.', at Ihe hour of
•leven o'clock In the forenoon.
NEWPORT BRICK b TII.K COMPANY LIMITED
11-4
'mil ii. Hit for
now icceii-
Ibli lo ill ratepayiri al Uie municipal
bill, cornir pf Lynn Valley road and
i-'i'siiiui, Road. Norlh Vancouvtr. Tbi
undiritjrnetf will receive and rounder ipidlcation! for enrolment or for
amendment of laid vuleri' list llll IIM
o'clock noon on Friday .lhe itth March
Intl. whin tucb lilt Will be declared
cloud
Any perion may complain that bll
iimne ll improperly oinlilid from tba
voii'ia' llll, or ilml my olher nami It
Improperly Inserted llilreon, and inu.i
apply lo any fudge of Die supreme or
counly court to have his name interred
(hereon, or to have iny names improperly Inserted Ihereon struck off lhe
uid Hit Id iuch latter caw rtaeea-
•1,1 e ii.iilee, lo Im determined hy lhe
judge applied lo. slmll lii given lo tbi
perion whole name ll-proouud lo be
Itruck off The judge shell heir aad
dlipoti of ell iuch ippllciilom In I
•ummary wiy. and lhe relurnlng officer
■ hall amend lhe llll In accordance wllh
lh« Judge's decision
JOHN O.  KAHMEH,
Hemming Officer
Norlb VinoouVir, 8. C. .  IM
M m m*
1 Jtll   dtrCCt Second block (root Lomdale
$2500,00.    Third CmK
ELDER MURRAY CO., LTD.
Phone 37, North Vancouver, B, C.
30 Day Trial Offer
If you have never tried a
SAFETY RAZOR
and would like to do so
Now is Your Chance
i   ' '
The Auto Strop Razor
is the Best made
■  i      .      *       . ■■ ■ ■ ■	
Try one for a Month, if you
don't find it so, return to us
and get your money back
JOHNSTON & SALSBURY
THE HARDWAREMEN
90 Lonidale Avenue      Next to P.O.
GET IN HERE for a QUICK TURN
O. B. LAWSON k OO.
Are offering exclusively uutil sold out I SMALL SUBDIVISION wilh
in teven minutei of CABLING jusl outsidu CITY LIMITS.
The Lots im each 62 feet fronlago ind iro dry aud level.
I'rice |3S0 and ♦luu each on terms of >/. cub, bilince t, )l ind
18 months, •
Further |>irliculin of
C. E. LAWSON & CO.
Phone 70 15 Lomdale Ave. P. O. Box 1816
T|ti OtovwnwnHiiip c|iim on Piitrict Lot X0J6 in Lit Vdliljr, yit I
can tell thu w&ple |ition, ov«r 300
gores for $47,1150 otUy tonus-
I havo alio 16 pettbn North Lons
dale Pipe Lino Roadfor 11,100 per
icre suitable for ii>li»iilpn and fria
fron Government Olail
AlexanderPhilip
Financial Bkir
CLUB BLOCK, EBLANADB
Offici l'honi 10        Jtya.phpni 861
N. V. WOOD'ARD
lii.Oiiu cordi of dry Ar wM for quick
■ale. Price per odd cori\ $4.76. Speclul limitations for largl quautttlii.
Out Wood, 16 Incbei, Hi.. W lnchu
$3.60. C.
Hi. W I
:.qp.
Office and Yard—Mlh ani Lomdale
Phone 190.    P. 0. Bo 2432.
niA.'.r RANGE um; LAND |l8TRIUT
TAKE NOTICE that Billot .loiander
liaawell ol Vancouver, B. C, occupation, l>i ni.. i Intenda to apply [or permission io nm cimse ine rollotng .i.-
..sill-, ,1 lands; Commencing ala post
planted about 10 chalna loulllof llm
nonli ..mi corner of Lot il, and ul
Ilie corner souih of the aforeifd corner, thence nortli SO chains, iiire or
lew lo corner 'of T. L. 11161.Ihinci
eaat 80 elialns. Ihence south 60 lialim
Ihence west 10 chains lo polnl I com-
inencaiuent containing 100 acrei inorii
or leu
BU.IOT AI.EXANDIilt IIA8W1LI,,
m,
iiKniiiii; vminir
Ilh Jinuary. llll.
.,    s   1,1
BAYWAIttl I.ANIi IIIBTHIW
■I AKK NOTICK lhal Peter Hoy ,'ruln
ol Vancouver. B. C, occupation, lum
11 in..ui   liilcnda to. apply for I'lii-i-
sion lo iiiii. Ii.ii.is the fuilowing deArlli
ed lands; tluniiiiuiiclng at a past phni-
od al lliu water's edge, it Ihe noil.
well corner of prc-empllon llll; Ihlice
norlli 60 chains; lliHiice will 10 chilis.
thenee loulh 10 cnulnii more or ins
lo wai.i'm edge, theuce eilt followlig
shore Ilne (o polnl ul coniiiioncemeii
containing 110 acres more or leu.
I'ETER HOT ORAIN.
(1EOHOE VKRMEH.
Aim
lllh January. IIII
Support Home  Industry
and Build up North Vancouver
THB
Seymour Lumber Co,
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Have iJiefr mill operating in the mountain and can give
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
of all kinds of Rough, Dimension and Kiln Dried Lumber
Moulding and Finishing Lumber.   Second to none.
PHONE 30
Oflice: Corner Sutherland Avenue and 17th itreet.
Take Queenibury Car (Yellow Label).
NO ORDERS TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL
I'llAKT RANIJE ONE LAND IHSTItH'l
TAKE NOTICB lhat Oiorgi Virdler
ot Vancouver, li C„ occupillon, limber
cruller, luleiida to apply fur uermli-
ilon lo purchaae lhe following ilm,ill,
ed kiyjs: I'oinintnclnii ul I lion pfonhil
ID AuTlim i .siiiii ot the norlh eut cor-
erofT I. 16161; Ihence eut 10 chillis,
thence noilh 10 . u.iiu.-. ihence wesl It)
ehalni. Ihencu aoulh 10 clulni. Ilicnc
eust 10 elialns. Ihence south 10 chillis,
lo point ol coiuiuenct'incnl, eonlilnlng
110 acrei more ot leal.
IIEORUE VERDIER.
tlh  i.ii.,i.,n   Iill
SAVWARD  LAND  DISTRICT
TAKE NOTIOB lhat Alice Pierce llu-
well, of Vincouver. II C. married woman. Iiiienili lo apply for pernilnlon
10 imi, IniHi- lhe following deicrlhed
lands; ('.iiinii.-nclnx al a posl  plain,,I
11 lhe i.,..ni. - .. .1 corner of T. I.. No
10161. Ih.ncs well 10 ehalni. Ihinee
soulh 10 chains. 11,..... eut Hi chilm
ihence north 10 cluldi. Ihence eul 10
ehalna. lo waler'a edge, Ihence norlh
40 chains ulona shore to i'olnt of com*
iiiiiii , in, ni containing lie acres more
or less
AI.IHK    I'KAIti'K   HANWKl.t..
UEOROE VEliniEH.
Aginl
llth  Junuury,   llll
HAYWAllll   I.ANIi   I1I8TRII1T
TAKE NilTH'K Ihul Robert Dull
Kliiiiinii,i. of Vulicouvcr. H 0. occupi-
lion, broker, lm. ml. lo upply for fisr-
mlsilon to i.iii.Ii.ih.s the following
ilin, ills, il lands; IToiomenciiig ui u posl
rlaolnl ul llic south-west corner of
ot numbered 67. Ihence norlh 10
cliulne. Ibence wcsl 10 cnnni, Ihence
soulb 10 chuins lo walcn tape, Ihence
eait following uutcr'i edge lo polnl of
commencement, cunlalt'
innje Ur lew
i;i.'K  KINUONU.
OltiJH VKHDIEH.
Ageol
lOlh lanuil^!   uu
■unii'i nm 1.1,
nqrt or lew
"^igipri.i
0tbUnu»«v, uij
BAVWiSL   I.ANII  DlbTliia
TAKE NOTICE llilt Ton King, ol
Vancouver. H C. occupillon. iplmier
Intend! to inply for jutinlislon lo pur
elms the following dcicrlbed limls
1'oinmiinlng it u poll planted aboul IJ
ehalni euat of lhe Point uf commence-
until of T   I.   10H1C, and ilonglldi a
■ in.i .si a  poll   i ing  number 111
thence north 10 clielhl. lUeliJl lilt
' 40 chilm. Ounce loulh 10 chalna
, Ihsnce wesl 40 chains, lo point of com
inineeinuiii. eonlilnlng 110 acrei moro
or lm
I'UHA  KINO
OEOROE  VKHDIBR,
Ag.nl
lllh January. IIII.
ATENTS
IJ.I'mi¥I-iW...4'l
il i .ll.it llic biuinrM of UinJutMtttt,
Uaft'uirt mud olbiri wbu rtallf* Hie idvupUf
ily it luviiig tlif Ir Nt»l inmluru ttinMilH
l>yKipciU, i'lclittjtuaiyiiJvitcfirf. Ch*f||r»
iiwltrale. OarbivMit«rVA4Wfrf<
tjiiflt. Uitloti&Mai.  „,
tU'ii  UMiliml' »ud tv-ye-hltiuiim  UC
,__, kM uieo ?c-
Verf , l^vt\i,iki^f
Good Buys on Keith Road
1 ■ ...   I        U. „ ,. —i , . _' 	
Subdivision of Lot 7,.Block 12, District Lot 764 '
LoU in an Ideal Location on the Keith Road
for only $550, IA cash, 6, 12 and 18 months.
MARTINSON & CO.
62 LONSDALE AVENUE    VM.Mtim  vimm     NORTH VANCOUVER "pjuj>»ww< Awmm*
L-: SUB	
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RCFRIPAY, MARCH 29,1912.
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Tonight anil tomorrow night »n ba
v»ry profitably ipent by any citlani
wbt) cboom (o locate bipiiolf in tho
liomdale theatre between tbo boun of
8.80 ai»4 JB-SO. '»P#iii»FMl|"i« tbe
coinniiiiililac.o title pi P mi uncommon
placo play, and tba Qnldon-Iai l'uigo
iloinjiiny is tbp lilll-hoail iliueriptiuu of
i cluster of moit excellent acton end
actreiim . Thera'i tba whole thing
in a nutibilll
Tbe tbene of tbe play, however, u
wortli enlarging upon. Bo often lias
tbat hoary pld adage :'Honesty ii tne
beit policy," been demonstrated and
proven in a tiresome uiilkwinl-witory
sicklyientlmeutal fuhlon, that it ii
refreshing to bave the fact driven
home by a natural enactment of a new
strong story. Thero aro several Ano
•poechei, and few lire »iil|i platitudes.
Tbore are tbree particularly interesting
eliinctcrs aud four quite nice lubordin-
ato ones. There aro four poworful
acts, with an admirable anticlimax iu
the (Iiiui. "I'ui.i in Full" (which
migbt bave beeu called "Tho Sword of
llarooclei" or "tlie Man Win, Thought
He Had Qot Out of a Horrible Mess
Wben lit Hadn't") should lio wit
netted by all young men who are contemplating mliappropriatiou of their
employer'e fundi. Like "Punch" on
the marriage queition, tho Ooldcn I.e
Paige Cum pany Ily "Hon'I. "
Tbe character ono sooms to ronicmtior
preeminently ia Captain Williams . A
man of prolific wi firing oiporiooce,
he has a pretty shrewd knowledge of
the world, and its puppets. Sonic of
the captain's remarks, as uttered hy
llerlieit lieniiev, ere alone worth hear
ing. Man a il.ilsleii is "Kiiima Broks"
is naturally line, boing Anely natural.
Tho most lorioui complaint tint cau lie
lodged igaimt her is that on Tuesday
night, when using the'telephone, she
answered two questions with the re
ceiver In mid-iir. Her hushiud, Joseph
Brooks, tho misappropriator, portrays
a diih. ult aud mil...aisle character vory
capably. Once or twice iu tantrums
of rage, his dttcranees aro loo rapid to
. be audible, hut even tbcu oue cau read
hii rcmarki in knit brow am) clenched
Ait. Birrow I.e Paige's enact men I uf
i most unenviable role is convincing
from itirt to Anish. "Mri. Harris'' is
very sprightly aud iuleresling in tlie
hands of Fanny Millou, while Beth
Harris (Hazel Utonc), .lainei Smith
(Oeorgo Warcham )aud Halo ilaiun-
Na.lem aro all nice people to meet.
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LYNN VALLBV N0TB8
Mr. A. Campbell, Frederick Hoad, is
building an addition lo his houso.
Mr. B. Mitchell, Campbell avenue, has
jiii-t comploted in addition to hii bouse.
1    Mr. N. Y. Crou bu tho contract for
building two houses on Hoss lud Harold
roads, whicii ire now being orected.
Mr, .lames MiEwen bat disposed of
his properly on Frederick Uoad.
Mr. Wm. Hardy is building • house
oo Dorm run.I cut where he will
ihortly i. -i'i-'
A diuci wu held in the Institute
Hall on Wednesday evening iu bouor
ef A. I>. Burrows who bu recently ro
turned witb bii bride from England. A
plcisint limo was spent by tbe c om
piny wbo were present by special in
vitation.
A reception tociil wu held iu Kii'oj
burch lut evening lo Iho now mini!
^UMIov. A. Micaulay. Mr. K. Wag
borne took charge of the meeting and
after |'."{.nl_ng ciercia.a by Mi. Mac
aula; bo ear esiively called upon Mn.
Uuin ri. ind Mill Hii.ln. fur loupe,
Mn. Allan for re< iuiiy yud Ur. Fri
lir, Mr. Maeiulay aUf  U. B. Van
Munaler for speee l{F     \ soc ill WU
o.lrier   Hie   ttOlMlf .P lhe  M*\»'   kit,
■ud refreehmenle were icrvod fm to
all.
tocreaie of Scholirs NecnilUtes Bx,
clmlon of Piitrict Ohlldren
Tb* Board of lohoo) trustees eppven
ed OP Tposday evening for (hp purpoi.n
of making sundry roarrangiiniuiita lu
tbe teaching staff of tbp city Bchopis.
Mt. U. S. McDowell presided.
Al tbe niiliml the Board considored
Iwniily-Avii application! from lady
toachen and after careful deliberation
accepted tbat of Miu Mm Smith of
North Vancouver, who op ASF!! Oth will
commonco hor dutioi u a junior grade
teacher, Miu Maude Harrison, anotber
resident of tbli pity, WU ehiiiou to
tako up any position on the stair ileum-
ed neceuary by Principal Bennett.
Mr. Bennett reported tbat inmei of
new pupili seeking idmluioii to    the
I ii I:»l,. ichool  wore pouring in  in
tuch profuilon as to noceuitato ar
raiigomenti being undo for their accommodation, tho present class roopis being
already congested. On the motion of
Mr. A. 0. Perry, it was decided tbat
the tent at tho central Bchool should
he moved aud re erected eu tho I .mm
dalo school grounds and that the build,
ing eoininiilee should see that this was
carried out.
A third additional teachor being thus
in requisition, Miss Gertrudo Warnor's
application was accopted.
Discussion again aroso concerning the
attondanco at city schools of children
resid.nl in Iho district.
The secretary, Mr. Q. Campbell, wu
intruded to udviso tho municipal cdu
eiiiiooal authorities that tho previous
resolution of the board to the effect
tbat . in I.l i .ii resident in the district lie
not rcccivod iuto the city schools, will
ho strictly enforced after Pnder, the
board being compelled to let upon this
resolution in consequence of tbe In
crease of ichool population within the
ity limits. Mr. Cimpliell was also
directed to draw Iho attentiompf the
lislriet board lo the urgeney of their
securing a school site in D. I.. IH to
provide for tho children resident iu
that vicinity.
It was decided that Principal Bennett
should lie trimforred from the Central
huol lo thc Bidgeway ichool to take
up bit duties in tbo now ichool ou
April Uth; also tbat Mr. 1. ti. Brown
bii placed in charge of Ibe Central
school lo act in the capacity of vice
principal until the end of the present
term when he will usumo the prin
cipalship uf the Central school.    ,
The permanent grading of the ltidgo-
way Bchool being considered impracticable it tbe present time it wu decided
lhat the building committee should lie
empowered to have such temporary
grading carried out at considered nocci-
siry to supply a luitable playground.
Mr. If W. Bvani' tendor of 188.75
for sundry fillings in tbe now ichool
wu in ei pied by tbe board.
tbat day until bll de|th, which occurred only four momliB later, ho remained melancholy and without Inter-
Mt In anything whatever.
However, 1 waa placed Ip tbu moit
embarrassing position tbat 1 aver experienced Ip my lite. Before explanation! were half mado, Mlaa Belle
few »t mc -I'm not attempting a pun,
•Ither—with a (lad, Impetuous ory,
threw bar arma around my neck, and,
drawing beraelf to bar tlptoea—kleied
mel | had been far more tt one under her levelled revolver.
In tba afternoon Qenevleve tm'. I
repaired to the old Page plica. Sb*
wu io confident tbtt aba could find
tba originals ol tha doilgni on tht
cipher, tbat I wit anxloui to give ber
the ohtnee. Beildei, tbt wit afraid
to go aliiiie, ind I limply btd to accompany her. Belle could not without Maillot tagging ilong, and well,
we didn't want anybody elie.
Flint of all, Honevleve bid to U
ihown tba rent madt bl tht candlt-
itlck In the rilling of tbt baluatrade.
She placed the tip of ont little finger
In tha depreialon, and draw back with
i ahudder.
"l.oi'i go," the aaid, In i hushed
voice.i "I never expeot to come up
thcio atalri again. Left find tha
daisies, and go.
Sbe understood aa wall It I did tbit
Felix Pago muit have tuttltuted tbe
itonei lomewhere between tbe library
table end tho hidden life In hie bedroom. She propoied to ittrt it tbe
table ind eximlne every object, If
neceuary, between tba two polnta
mentioned.
Our progreaa waa ilow until we
raadbed tbe bedroom. Qenevleve
drew to an abrupt halt on tbe threshold.
"There wu i table there, by tba
head ot the bed," the itld; "where li
Itt"
"Lying on IU aide In tbit corner"—
I pointed. "It wai hurled there lut
Friday night, when tbe dwirf aur-
prlecd Burke bere."
She want over to It, while I raised
tba blinds. Instantly ibe recoiled
witb i cry, and then In a flush waa
fairly wild with excitement.
"Knowlcs, Knowleil" ahe screamed.
"Hera tbey arel"
And euro enough, there they were—
the brua lacks with wbleh the anion. Tbeir heada were ornamental,
with juat auch crenellated edgei u
migbt bive prompted the circular
fgurei tt each end of tbe cipher.
I ittred it tbem lu ituplfied alienee.
Tba row of gloaming tacka staggered
me. How many tlmea had I lingered
by tbat table while I ricked my brain
>to remember where I bad aeen the
peculiar figurei Wby, once I aven bad
paused and drawn the design In the
fuat on tbe leather cover! What i
dunce—bow blind I bid been I
The cipher wu not dllfcult to read
Bow. At once I recalled Burke'i
ihidow on Ibe blind; he hid beon
bending over thla table, tnd tbe agile
movementi of bis hands were no
longer mysterious. He, too, bad sunn
knowledge ol tbe cipher, aud ho bid
been rtpldly miming ovtr tbe tick-
heads, hunting for the combination
that would reveal a concealed coin-
partmenl.
Alter i while we grew ritlonal
again. I got out tht cipher, end once
nore Qenevleve ind I put our lieadi
together over It. Here It li; you may
follow ua while we dig It out:
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TO BDILOtNO OONTBAOTOM
Tenden an ukod for literal ions and
additieu to Fire Halls No. I ind If,
ly ef Nortb Vincouver. Plam and
periflcilioiis af ollice of City Clork
and at ircblteet'i office io Vancouver.
Senders to Iii iddrewed to trcbilocti
I or before Monday, 8th April. l/owqit
or any tinder net nicuiarily iccepted.
HONEYMAN * CUBITS,
Architects    '
Oflct: ttl Pender St/eel, -
Van ei oi ver, II   C.  '
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TBNDBBB FOB BU+VJMON
Tenders wanted for excavating bailment (eillmiled WOO cubic yirdi) near
18th ind lainsdile Avenue,
Bperi flril ions tnd form, of lender on
application te the undersigned, certified
epiqei pi I pel cint, ef bid mut to-
fOBJiany each lender.
Btsctirtble until icon on April 81b.
The loweit or any tender pet necel
eerily accepted.
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w.;. IBWIN,
111 lior.tn and Lemdilt Avi.
UBBTINQ OF FBBBY MBEUTOBATB
Mayor McNeiih presided over lbc re
gular icssion of thc ferry directorate
yesterday aftornoon, Mr. H. 0 Wright
beiug the only absentee.
A letter from Messrs. Evins, < uie
man k linm, on lhe tubject of imur
iin.'c evoked from llic boird a deciiioo
to Ibe effect that Ferry No. 1 should
nol ply beyond the harbor limits ia iti
iilu.cn,., from tho wharf might jcopar
diso Dip service ihould one of the pres
cnt boats be incipikitllfjl,....^
A ciimmupicition emanated frotR-jhc
department of marine ami fisheries ll
clinically thinking the hoard .'or ils let
ler ou the subjeel of floating debris in
the harbor. The reading of the missive
prm'uked laughter, the mayor ilu,i,lt.\'.v
remarking that tbat would doubtless
koop tbe harbor .-bar of driftwood and
other debrii.
Mr. Bull, i ripreuntttive of tbo
Arm of W. H. Allen, Sea k Cp., of Bod
ford, Knglind, wu allowed te address
Ihe board on Ihe raicbinery exploited
by bii firm, luitiblt fer inatillatiei in
Ibo fourth ferry. Thi raicbinery in
i|uoilion ii of in auxiliary character,
compriiing everyibinc; outside tho main
engines. Mr. Kxell was oxpectlng bis
fi/m'i cip.r| from Ibo eut on Monday)
lbe board therefore expreued willing-
ncu to heir him at Ihe next mooting
of tbe directorate.
Hi|oi|,menls of tbe service of tbi
coui|nny wu the next topic of diicui
■ion. Uniform! and cipi were tub-
milled by tuodry purveyor! of tbii
clui ef goodi, Mr. E. lauria of lit
itreet west being the lucceu/ul ten
"dcrer.
Manager Hoard reported tbat tbo No.
t terry bid been lubjeeUd te itt annua)
government inspection and everything
had been pronounced latiifaclory. The
No. 8 boat wu yeiterday suffering from
a broken wheel, ene of tbe blidei hav-
pg bun broken of. The manager recommended tbe purcbue ef a iparo
till- shaft md wu authorised ic
cofdlngly.
Mr Heard ilie cillcd the board's
attention to a patent iwieping machine
which he recommended for uio in the
clearing of the wbarf. The preient
method, involving the ordinary broom,
wu l long ind duty 'one, the queition wu left over tat furtber ipveitl-
gation and inquiry.
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"If you remembor," I said preienlly,
"I told you that very likely It would
bave to be Interpreted in connection
wltb something not on tho paper.
Count the larka along the front edge."
There were nineteen of them.
"Counting from either end," I went
on, " the ■-•-uii• - lack will bo ten,' It'i
U ilmpleII ABC. Thai's our sunt
Ing point Irom which lo lind lhe others.
Find tlie fourth oue to the right of the
cumii' lack   ndinbi'i' ten."
Sho placed tho lip ol one forefinger upon It—• bit gingerly. 1 nulled
to iee.
"Why, II glvoi!" ihe announced ln
turprlie.
"I'd be terribly cut up II It didn't."
r.'ild.l.   "Now, Ihou, Ibo eleventh to
Thll ' i.;iieil her lo Ihe third one
around tbe ihie; number thirteen was
lhe HHh on lhe left ilde, while mnn
ber five wai on ihe front edge.
levanteen the ninth on lbe rlghl ride.
itt IjHHfc mlBM to Iho centre. Each
ol them .yielded i tUmTtlBflrtl ^i
preuure—until ibe came to number
five. Here iho drew back and duped
bir handi llghlly together.
"Ob, I ein'il" ibe cried excitedly.
"I'm Juat ao iicrvuui lhat I can'l put
my finger upon it.   You do It"
Tlni'i lhe lusi one."
"Noniontel" laid I. "If you don'l
find tba ruby, It will never bo found
Al laat wllh ihlnlng eyca and parted Dpi, lhe Utile linger went ilowly
down upon lhe fateful fackbead. She
icrewed up her oyea and closed ber.
Ilpi lightly, u If ihe feared aome-
tbing would explode, then pushed wllh
all her might. The lack give; but
nothing elie htppened.
We aiartd at ihe labia, our facet
long wltb disappointment; llien we
looked at each olher in umpoken
questioning. Qonevlevt't expreailon
Wu ao woebegone that I laughed.
The    nerve ricking    suspense    wu
"How silly I" the exclaimed.
"Therel"
With l quick movement, ibe bore
down upon the centre tack—number
ten—tnd lol t ice Hon of the table
edge Hew outward, diaclotlng an aperture perhapi alx incbaa long and a
quarter of lo Inch wide. It wu very
fiiucb Hiu tbt tilt In i door for letter*.
Hut tbera wu no ruby yet, nor any
aperfare large enough to accommodate
the one tor which wt wire looking,
I leaned over with i puttied toowl add
peered Into tbt iill.
There'i i folded piper lo ihere,"
I announc»d. My Angeri wire top
Urge to force Into lie opening, md
Qenevleve promptly produced t bit-
pin. Nut moment wa had tbe piper
out—or pipen, lor there wara thru
iheeit folded to (ether,
BOBN-fln Wedanday, Much Wtt,
to Mt. ud Mri. B, jr. H.«ud|ull, cor.
Itjl tad Hmdry itreiU, tbli city, k ion.
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UP TO TO-DAY
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We Give Value for the Money
We carry the celebrated K's Doctor's Special, Dr.
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COMMUNICATION
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Kilitor l!x|ire»i;  ■
Jlrr-l ihfAi V* tVligaA it yen will
publish |p its outiroty the enabled,
which, il m met eppy pf my letter to
tin eity couucil.
Yotwi faithfully,
BUBSBM, E. MAONAQHTKN
Mirch 87th, JI118,
tint 1807,
Nortli Vincouver, B. 0.,
Feb. 36th, 1912.
Tp Hll Wonhip the Miyor, ind tbo Al
dorimn fpr tbi eity of North Van
cniivnr:
Qintlomin,—In view ef the fact tint
I (four) ipplicitioni ire being undo.for
"liottle-liieuiei" ia Nortb Vancouver,
it would ispptir diiirablo that ume ex
preulon of public opinion ihould be ob
tiincd on the Biibjoct.
I would, therefore, niggoit tbat the
quutlou ihould be lubmitted te a pub
lie plebiscite, ai I undenttud thit i
number of yitepiyeri ire inxioui tbit
the Norwegian lyitcm be given i trial
in North Vincouver.
If the following queitiem ihould he
lubmitted to tho ratepayers, I hereby
elfer te pay for the coit ef auch a
plebiscite.
"In the event of a bottle liceaae
being granted in North Vancouver,
would you prefer:
(1)   That it should be granted to a
private individual I
or
(8) tbat it ihould be granted to a
company devoting all profit! (above
I per cent, for intereat on the capital
invested) to object! of public utility
not tupported by the rates."
Youn faithfully,
BUB8EM, E. MACNAGHTEN.
1836     THI 3ANKOF     1912 fit
'SILAS    B.    WATKINB    OF    NEW
TOBK"
That ambitious iggregition known n
tbe "Vincouver Amateur Musical Uom
edy Company" preienti "Silai B. Wit
kins of New Tork" in tho llorti.nl
turil Hill on Monday evening next.
'Bilai' 'and hia miscollaoneoui ir
ray of enemies and frienda are tbe ori
iiiiml creatioui of certain member! ef
the nimpiiuy; the tongs tbey trill ami
Ihe humor they expand emanate from
the iame lource; while the company hai
painted itt own icenery, made iti own
coitumea ind arranged all electrical
effect! used during the play. "Bilai"
his new been exploited in Vancouver,
Kliiirii.' and Lynn Valley and hai been
favorably criticized everywhere. In
each imtance half of tbe proceed! il
devoted to charity.
Not the letit humorous portion of tho
play ii tbat which emhodioa a burelit]ue
on the metbodi ef Sherlock liolmei and
Ihe inevitable Dr. Watioo. Tbe lib
r,-tin ii from the pen of Mr. 8. A.
Bhrimpton, Mr. F. N. Hirst is musical
director, Mr. 0. A. Aihley itage man
agar and Mr. F. Bedbrook electrician.
11 Yean la Builnni.  0»yittl Wi Mum QW I7.M0-0M.
Thwa Quartan of a Century
of sound banking oui steady progress has demonstrated tin
strength and security ol the Bank of British North America
Ypur savings could npt be safer than with i»«. One
Dollar is sufficient to start an account. Interest at highail ■„
current rate is added twice a year. Money may be withdrawn
it .py time.
Two QfficM ia North Vtncouver, Comer of Lomdalo Ave.
and Eiplanade. Upper Lonidale Avenue, near 14th Stroet
About six montbi ago Wm. Btiid departed from this city leaving behind
him a thick containing, imong otber
thing! i stove. He retu/ned recently
ind found the locki oa the door of the
shack broken, winiUwi removed arid
tbe itovc gone. ThTi article boing discovered later in a neighboring tent,
Baird accused Charlei Millbin, the own
er of the tent, of itoveetealing. Mill-
bin, however, assured Mayor McNeiih
on Wedneiday morning that he tad.
purcbaied tho itove from a. vr.nn whom
he did not know aad had uot win ilnrc.
Hit Woribip diimiuid thi cite, Baird
and Millbin having te ahare thc coiti
of the court.
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AMATEUB    BOIINO    CHAMPION
SHIPS OF B. 0.
Tbe Vincouver Athletic Club bai un
der arrangement, lanctioned by Ibe B.
C. A. A. V., a boxing tournament for
amateur ehuajiioui of the proviuee. Thii
toornament will be open to all amateurs
wbo tre regiitered with tha B C. A. A.
I'. The entrance fee ii one dollar, ap
plicttioiis te be addreued te B. Bcngg
secretary Vanrouver Athletic Club, on
or before April Sth, 1918. Hold watches
will ba given at prim to the winncn
in the several events and bronze med
all ll second pritei. The club it mik
ing every efert to mike thii the belt
cbunpiouthip meet ever bald in thi pro
vlnet.
AM EXECRABLE WRITER
Moit remarkable among execrable
writori have been Ma Bell, the bar
riiter of whom tord Eldea said tp
the Prince Begent that he wm the
iblett lawyer ef hii Omi, though he
could "neither raid, write, wilk nor
talk."
Bell wu i cripple ud bli Weit
morolind icceut combined wllh hll
ttammer te milu hit speech unintelligible. The tlnrutu et hii writ
ingi appears from ah, own statement
tbat he bad tbree itylai, ene ef wiled
he could read, hut hit clerks could aet,
while tM weend mu inl*lligihle to
bii clerk, but not te feinieif, tpd the
third baffled beU of then.
WEST VANCOUVER
The New Municipality    *
Quarter Acres on MARINE DRIVE
at $1000 each, fifth cash
Two acre blocks close to waterfront at
$25.00 per acre
Five acre blocks overlooking English Bay
from $500 per acre
We are WEST VANCOUVER SPECIALISTS
JOHN ALEXANDER & CO.
121 LONSDALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVER
And Corner Marine Drive and Marr Rd., Dundarave
'
John Aspell & Co.
HOUSE, ESTATE & INSURANCE AGENTS ,
BUILDING SURVEYORS AND VALUERS
Rents collected and repairs, renovations and connecting
of drains superintended. i
Listings solicited (or houses, stores, flats, offices or other
property for sale or to lei.
INSURANCE AND RENTING OF HOUSES A
SPECIALTY
Bank of Hamilton Chambers,
P.O. Box 2153.
Nortb Vancouver
Phone 438.
1
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Tlliphout 828.
P. O. Bex 8111
NORTH SHORE COAL & FEED
_        COMPANY
HAY. GRAIN, COAL and FEED
AU Telephone CmJ Ordm pfi^jMivered
WHARFAGE TO RENT
Wharf: Mihou Ave., Esplanade Weit. HAKHY MITOHShh,
Officii New Block, 8 doori Item Lenadale, Kiylauadi W. Hauagir
SEED POTATOES
Early Rose, Buifcank, Sutton's Reliance, etc., also
All Kinds of Grass and Clover Seeds.
B. k K. LAWN GRASS (fancy mixture) is the besf
for thc lawn.
All our seeds are selected and tested to comply with tbf
Seed Control Act.
See us for FERTILIZERS AND TREE S/RAYS
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
Hay, Flour and Feed Merchants
PHONE 4 116 ESPLANADE EAJST
<I
We solicit ihe trade of jail builders who appreciate
High Grade Goods at a moderate price, and • the
prompt and careful filling of orders, which our large 4
stock and long experience in business makes possible.
Burrard Sath & Door Factory, Ltd.
FOOT OF ST. GEORGE ST. NORTH VANCOUVER
■fliifti 'iiim THfrBtPWai NQRTH VANCOUVER, B,C; FRIDAY, MARCH W, \m
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4 Cleared Lots, full size, on 16th Street
,in~o!oeH-^—r\——	
ONLY $1000 Each
Terms one-third cash, balance 6, 12, 18
months; also
4 Large, Cleared Lots on Essex Street,
overlooking Park, one-half block from
Lonsdale Avenue
ONLY $950 Each
Easy Terms
Irwin & Billings Co., Ltd.
Corner 5th and Lonsdale Phone 15  North Vancouver, B.C.
North Vancouye
er Business & Professional Cards
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luiurioee Ouanutcc  Bouds
FELIX GRAHAM
Auditor imi Accountant
101 Unidilo Aveouo. 1'. O. Uot MOT.
Norlh Vaacouver. 1'liluo 437.
 , ni	
I'erci'  H   Howard H.  J.  Hirrln
i'ii)   Audllo^.
HOWARD A PERRIN
Au.Hi.rsj   aaa   aceoMlaali
tit  Pindar (jl.   W      P.  O.  Boi  ....
I'lioo. till Plion.  Ill
Vaneouvir        North Vincouver
I IIMIIll   lllll*.
J. DUNCAN
OONTBAOTOB AND BUILDBB
l'liui Executed       :   Esliniltci Oivou
Ooutri »nd Mill Bold
I.yuii Valloy, B. 0.
Underwood'* Barber Shop
WILL OPEN
on Uiturduy, Ibi SOtb, 6 Lomdalo Ave.
I'BBBY WHABF
umRiaTKH
K D. RUGGLES
bahbistbb
iQTkHY. PUBLIC
IV 8th B^t Faal (forth VanoutVN
I rhssu. m
The Haw lllock on l.oudali Avcauo
' near the Ferry Approach
wm built by
SMITH BROTHERS
Goneral Coslraotori
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
MORRIS & ANDERSON
Mil IIM.ill.
MISS COLLIE
Up-to-date Millinery
Uodtrtae Batw
Keith Block    03 Lonidale Ave.
I'ilUTUIiBAMIER
CARBUTT
■Studio   over   Bank   B. N. A.
A&Jd* m Einleaadi
tai i.una.
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FBANOHI8B
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Villi.    Vl.Dci-.ti,   CHIMNEYS    ANI)
8TONK BASEMENTS
Practical Mechanics. All work pair
m.i. ci    V. 0. Boi nil.
A. Craib
A. CRAIB & SON
CQtjWAOTQUi ANII BU1LI1KB8
lu i'un. icii', Brick aud Wood.
Office: 117 FIBST STBEET EAST
North Shore Cleaning k Dyeing Worki
E. LAURIN
High Clui Ijiilioj' uml Oouti' Tailoring
Hopairing   ami   Altoratioui.  Cleaning
ami Dyeing iu all iti brauclici. All
Work guaranteed.
W. Craib  ,,, Vini 6lml wi( ,,bf)M m
Hill     I.M.I.M   I   IIK.
ui.-uims.
nM. TARN
Fiunier Horae^r - Carriagi Worki
FIB8T STBEEIest * MINSDAIJt
J. BRI\ R.S.S.
OBBTIFIBD   -Vma   SMITH
(8uccntor te W»"V*, Scott, Third
Street.   General "JTW0I4.
A. Wallace'i serv^M¥, t,N0 „
ilaluid-
ANGUS J. CAMERON
A.M.I K. k B.
CIVII, ENGINEER
Irrigation, dralnagi, levelt, plui
and •(■ecificalioua. Siptio Unki aad
houn driinigi i ipeoialty. 1'. 0.
Boi 'lit, I6tb itriet Weet ol Bewioke
Avidui.
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MRS. TOLMIE
DBE8SMAKEB AMD LADIES'
TAOOB
im   uth Street But. V. 0. Bex Hit
TKJI.HKMI   iMII|i:|.
BOOKS A«l »TlMMr.
[THE LEON/
BookaJliri aad B\
lonedtle and lit.
NOBTH YAMCOD
CO.
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J. H. ENGLISH
0. K. OBOOBB
And goneral Cenunlaaieo Merchant, 11
Lonidilo Ave., North Vancouver.
Phone 114
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I.AIINOBJM
CAPILANO LAUNDRY
My clolbei in at the Cipiltuo
ljumlry where youn ought te be.
Flat work itt it tenti dot. Bough
dry, 4c lb., wet waih, lc lb. Drop ni
a card mi wi will call fer Ihun.
V. 0. tiox Ull
MRS. BEECH FRASER
Teacher er pianoforte and theory, corli
ded London asd Olaigow. Corner Mm
and Cheitorlold, Nortb Vancouver.
SAM. T. SUTTON
TEACHEB OF PIANO and TIIKOIIV
Specialty: Children i Leiioni at owu
home.    Termi    etc., apply Goneral
Delivery.
l.ynn Valley Temperance Hotel
North Vano'BTi*
On the car Une. Hoarding moils.
Oood accommodation ttl working men.
Contract on' man boudld. Hy. Kaitcott,
Vipntletar,
{Iii clienti1 figures were Just ai lp«r
as they coulil possible lie. "North Vin-
penyef,'1 he declined, I'tfiirbp geMing
ik cheap fu an any eity in Canada."
Mf. Stanford celled attention to the
fact that tbeir stroug competition in
tbis pjty would bo the ,purveyoii ef
I'li'.'iiis- light, to that it wee te tne
company'» advantage to cbargo the
loweit possible rate.
Aid. Foremen thought tbe pricei were
reaionablo if tho gai wai of tho flrst
clui kind.
Thero note bunteroui comment! from
ull aides when tbe question wai Intro
ducod at to whether tbo compauy ibould
have the right to charge a loti price
t lian scheduled . The opinion wai un
enimous that thoy ihould oiorciio thl'
right whonevor they wiihod.
The council thereupon approved the
Btipuliition whereby tbo applicant s'.ull
in no cnwi cbargo for gas moro than
tho following rates: Gai for lighting
and oilier purposes until tho consump
tion reaches Gll,0llll cubic foot per day,
flit per 1,000 cubic foot; 260,000 cubip
foot per day, $1.26 per 1,000 cubic feot;
until Hie samo rcachei 600,000 cubic
fen per day, $1.10 per 1,000 cubic
feot; ufler consumption has reached
600,000 cubic foet por day, $1 per 1,000
cubic foot.
It wus mutually agreed that the council should be given II days' notice
bofore uny site is secured for the eree-
tion ol tho comjian) ':■ plant.
Tlir intercuts of residents and prop
erly owners will by this means be sufo
guarded as much os posiiblu,
AM. Biss asked what was to prevent
lbc B. 0. Electric Bailway Compauy,
if they wished, from purchasing Hie
compuny's stock.
Mr. Stanford replied tbut Ibe ium
chiso would apply to wboinieovcr pur
chased it.
Aid. Foreman did uot tbiuk there wai
any danger of anyone purchasing the
stock, since il wus pretty well rce
egnlted thut in a short time the city
would be purchasing the plaut.
Mr. Crisp could nol iee whit difference it would make who owued the
itock. He oven thought tho B. C. E.
would lie quite good poople to own it.
Briefly the application as considered
and amended by tho council provided
that Ihe company should have the
monopoly of supplying gaa iu North
Vancouver for a period of fifteen
years, at the conclusion of wbicb
period, the cily may purchuse thc
plant and equipment at cost, the price
to be agreeii upon by arbitration.
Tbo applicant must lay eight miles
of main iu the Arst year, tbe plaut
having to be completed and in work
ing order flflccu mouths after tbe
granting of the franchise. Any group
of sii householders may obtain gas
upon application, if lbc group is within
bOO feet of ony gas maiu. Tbe city
■ I nil dictate to tbe applicant tbo loca
I iuu of ils pipes, uud tbe latter must
repair uny roud or public place afler
pluciug inuins therein, All mullers of
dispute between tbe applicant ami the
cily must lie submitted lo arbitration,
if a lottloinent cannot be otherwise ur
rived at. Tho applicant must receive
Ibe consent of tbe city before laying
uny mainf, and must lay permanent
pipes ou streets to be permanently
paved, upon receiving notice from Ihe
cily Ibal it was cousidering sucb au
improvement.
The gas supplied by Ibe company
muHt be coal gas of "good" quality
Ibe charges  to be as previously set
rT^iiiHji""" ^;""
luceipt of » «ff, I per eeWytmT ■*
deducted from Ihe cli,rge for gai
lighting purposes aud 10 per cent
lbe cbargo for gas for otber purpoiei.
Tbe applicant will light aud keep in
repair all lights for public buildings
ami placet at a rato ef three dullan a
mouth, the light to bo net less than
loo caudle power.
i Tlio secoud application, thai of
I'oalcs k Co., ot Loudon (England)
was fouud to allow tha city tho light
tq purchase Ihe plant of ll"' applicant
within a telm of 7 yean, bul thc good
will of the conipauy had lo be iccurtd,
ind ten por cent, inlercit ujuit be
guaranteed for tbe period before the
plant ii purchaacd. Thc coit for gai
was at flrst lo be 11.60 per thousand
feot, but even when the total consump
tion should reach 100,000,000 feet, the
cost would bo 11.30 por thouiand.
On thc motion of Aid. Irwin, it waa
decided that this application ihould not
be coniidered by tbe council since It
was not In accordance with their re
quiroutcuis ai to prices, etc.
He ver ting le tbe application ef tlie
North Vancouver Gu and Coke Co.,
Aid. Irwin moved "lhat thii eppllri
tion be turned over to the city lellcller
with a view to having a frincbisc
urawn up eo Ibe lines Minted' till
ip tit U (he council had approved
of it; 'M Uat the city lolicilor's drift
be submitted (a the council fer ntiflci
tion Vetpff tphpisiion to the public in
Ihe fohn of »; bylaw.
Aid. Forcing laid he would like te
see thc city lake thii up ai teen u
length, l>ut wis egeiu assured emphatically by Mr-Crisp that this wai boyoud
the pills of possibility.
uy. swirprii mnntaoii tfy> cpuncil
that, assuming the applicutiou was approved that evening, it would take 30
daya to got tho'bylaw boforo tho fate,
payers, the material thou hsd to come
frum the eld country, which would take
four months, Tbat brought ihem tp
gust. Ho urgently asked tin cpuncil to haiteu tho mitter on or threw
the application out.
''We'll dcnl with it right now" suid
the mayor.
Almost without further debate, Aid.
Irwin's motion ai abovo was put to
tbo council and carried unanimously.
Mr. Thulium, who was present as an
agept for Jobn Coatei and Oonipiny,
7-
cougratulutoil the council pp tin decision, declaring Out the till Ml 9*9*1
a fair doal. In bis opiuion fifteen years
WIS u yery abort period.
Diitrict of North Vancouver.
To Surveyors, Und Owners Md AU
Others Whom It May Concern
TAKE NOTIOB that the Oouncll ef
tbe District of North Vancouver will
not deal witb any plant of subdivision
at any regular Thursday meeting union the same are In tbo handi of the
Diitrict Engineer net later than 6.00
p.m. on tbe Tuesday previous to sueh
meeting.
JOHN O. FABMEB, O.M.O.
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WHY DELAY
BUYING A NEW
RANGE ?
For ouly (1 down uud $1
weekly you can buy thi
CANADA'S PBIDE MAL
LEABLB .BANOB, reior-
voir or waterfront complete tilted up. See tbe
MONABOW MALLEABLE
BANOE. 'Tbey last a
lifetime.
HAKDWAKK,   KITCHEN  I'UBNIBHINOB, FAINTS, OILS Etc.
Prompt Delivery.
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
Phone 88.
ESPLANADE WEST.
We have a Large and Exclusive List
D.L. 265 and D.L. 273
PROPERTIES
ALEX. SMITH & COY.
Phone 24. P.O. Box 1820
NORTH VANCOUVER
The Kelvin Plumbing' and
Heating Co.
Keith Road Wtst
Will supply you with tin cheapest estimates for auy kind uf Plumbing aud Heatintt Work, Haultary Kugineoring, Hewer aud Hoptic Tank
connections, furnace iustallatiuus, etc. Jobbing work and small contracts nciive prumpt titration
line ui the job to Hi up your new home ind we "ill guarantee le
Hi all your pipes iu a nay that will savo your winter worries.
No job loo imull. Mouc lou largo.
Oor servicea ire it yuur disposal uigbt or day.
MMi'LY PHONE NO. Ul.
We've severed oui conncctiuii wilh
'-'The Light Brigade"
for
Thc "Wild Charge" tbey made
Poital Addrcii:
Bo> No.
Nortb Vtncouver
Poit Offlci.
V
possible.     ||a TelUflled   hll   opinion
HH V) ymti mm i perioA pt mmi
North Yancouver Coal & Supply Co. Ltd.
in Coal, Brick, Lime, Gravel, Sand, Cement, Plaster,
and General Builders' Supplies.
Western Plumbing Co.
Plumbing, Plumbing SuppUM, fewer
■Connection!, Uot Water and  Steam
Heating,   Sheet  Metal   and Tinners'
Furnace Work.  Bethoutee furniihed.
Warihouii and OBci: Oor. j^fMijM m* St. Oiorgi, Plioni Ut,
I. H. OODDABD, Manager
Snaps in Homes
4-reoned Bungalow en Slit atreet ,aew, all modern, /ulng Moth,
llttn.   Termi tuy.
troemed Houie on 10th street, 8 blocki eut ef Umdale. All modern
biplace ,etc. HMO. HM caah, balance eaty.
I roomed home en Itth ilrwt eaat of Boulevard, niw.  DUX), I6D0
caah, balance 111 per mouth.
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
« UttWUUC AVKNIJK
V. O. Drawer MM
Mm I
DISTRICT MAIL BAG
WUK to fca Oowrtfuoteo' In D. L. 671)
Beeve May prefaced lut night'a deliberation! of tho district authorities
with % requeit tint tin council should
traniact ita builnan as expeditiously
•i possible, u mint ef tbem willed
te learn the election verdict in order
te know whether (he keynote of the
immediate future of tka province wai
te be progreu or poverty.. Ooun. Loutet, for the banaflt and enlightenment
of bli colleaguei, prophesied "progress."
A aommencement wu tben made on
the week'i accumulation of correspond
ence. Tbe uiual quantity of application! for roads and sidewalks wu considered, tbe majority being referred
summarily te the Board of Worki.
W. A. Prime uked for tbe opening
of a road to property In block Id,
D. L. 8088. John W. Warden lought a
like convenience in tbe region of Hollyburn Heights, Thii latter requeit wai
referred to tbe incoming Weit Vancou
ver cniineil.
Tbe lecrotary of the Bait Capilauo
Batepayera' Auociitlon wrote intimating that in view of the faet that It was
hiphlyVinprnhiilile that the Capilano
road would be widened tbli lumnier, tbe
association begged to suggest that a
foet walk from the car terminus to the
swing liridgo be constructed. The ume
letter alio called the council's atton
tion to the dangeroui corner at tbe
junction of tbe Keith read and Woods
drive and Woodi drive aud Capilano
\  road.
B. Thompson Tinn petitioned for t
sidewalk from Huskies road to Underwood road.
J. P. Crawford notified the council
of hii intention, with their permiision,
to conilruct a foot bridge tcrosi Lynn
Canyon at Dempsey road for tbe uie of
tbi public. Mr. Cnwfurd'i propoii
tion wai roferred to tbe diitrict engin
eir for hii approval.
A Ms nii.l proposal.emanated from ,1
J. Wouds, who stated that tbero   were
about  a   dozen   families  who   desired
tccew from the watorfront In I). I..
111.     Mr.  Woodi considered that  a
wharf placed between blocki 17 and IS
would give them the neceuary couvoni
ence.     Ho ostimited tbe coit of iriv
ing pile- tnd fixing the float for a per
......hi i.i .-iins une at |4O0.   If the coun
nl would grant half that amouut, Mr
Woodi would pay tbe balance himself
and tupervise tho work.
On Ihu motion of Coun. Ward, the
scheme wu commmded tnd tbi grant
of 1200 uninimouily voted.
Mra M Uoufleld desired lhe opening
ef a road to properly in block lit 111,
li. h. 'HU:', while t number of rttopay
en drew atteution to thi btd itale'ol
tbi plank walk ou Frederick road connecting !■ [.Hume road and Centre road
William Hermau sought tbe opening
up of Westerly mA In Pi V- m linm
tin marine drive.
A petition front At per cent, of the
ownsrt Uf property fronting on Peter'»
rend between Lynn Valley road apd
Duval road fer the clearing, grading,
boulevardlug tnd macadamising of that
section was deferred for further con
•{deration.
T^EEXPREag"NORTHVANOPyVER,'B,C,, FftiDAY, MARCH », 1911
mimm.it".     si. i., f
ADVANCE NOTIOB FOB MBIT
WBW
Tba succest ef the Golden Lo -Paige
Company hu proved moit gratifying
to tbe management of tbe Lomdalo
theatre. Good houiei have been * the
rule and the good work of the acton
bu met with great approval. Nut
week Mlu Golden and Mr. Le-Paige
will present that sterling comedy "Our
Boyi". This place holdi the record of
being tbe most lucceiaful comedy ever
produced in England and America and
will no doubt meet with an equally flattering recepllou at the Lonidale theatre.
Thore wil) he ipecial matinoei eu Good
Friday and Saturday.
Saturday'i afternoon performiuce
this week will be a display of animal
ed pictures specially for tho eujoyment
of the children, admission to which will
be ten centi,
COMMUNICATION
Editor Eipress:
Dear Sir,—For th e information, of
your ii n.i. in pn nn i ine to itate that
the following changes have taken place
in the stall of the provincitl Local Option League. '
1. Mr. A. B. McNeill of Vancouver
has beeu eppoiutod preiident In place
of Mr. B. 11. Cairns, resigned.
2. Dr. Ernest Hall hu boon appointed general secretary, without salary,
and who take! lhe place of Hev. Dr
Spencer, resigned.
'■I. Miu Maggie Campbell, office etc..
re: ./, who through 111 health has re
signed, is succeeded by Miu Myrrbna
MacFayden.
4. The Leagues ol tbo Province are
taking a plebiscite on tho question uf
changing the name to "The British Col
Umllia Alliance
6. The work of local option aod
provincial probibltioa will be continued until tbu goal il reached.
6. Bev. Dr. Hpencer will evangelize,
lecture on prohibition and other lull
jeels hearing upun fhe greit moral il
sues in Western Ctntdt and will assist
the league in auy way ho can. Loiters
will always find him addreued to this
office. ,
(Signed) D. SPENCEB.
Local Newt Items
Mrs. W. P. Plus Of Bsidlsr, Oregon,
il at preient the guest of her sister,
Mrs. W, J.*Plok.
Tne Purity Creamery Company, 150
Second Street weit, V. 0. dopes and Co.,
proprietors, li now prepared to furnish
fresh myk, butter, creain, butter milk,
In any quantity, alio Ice apd !«•
cream. t.f,
Mr. Kenneth Grant, manager of the
Scotch clothing House, of Vancouvur,
bu rented a house at the oorner of
Chesterfield avenue and 13th itreet and
will become a permanent resident of
thii city .
The funeral of the late Mn- A. 1.
Prosier took placo uu Tuesday after
noon, whon an impressive mrvlce wu
held in the Baptiit church on Twelfth
street eut, There weru many hand
■■nine floral tributes.- Interment took
place in the local cemetery, tbere being
preiout a great uumber of frionds and
sympathisers.
The Nortli Vancouvor Olub met the
United Service Olub of Vancouvor on
Wednesday night at the North Vancouver Club and played a billiard match,
eight a side, 150 up each game. Tho
Vancouver club beat the local players
by only four points.
Tee regular meeting of Iho St. An-
drew'i and Caledonian Socioty look
place In the K. of P. hall last night,
when a goodly number of members assembled. Matters pertaining to the
building of a ball were fully discussed,
but the question was eventually deferred for further consideration. The
business meoling was followed by an
enjoyable "social".
Servlcoi at tbe First Baptist cbureb
noit Sunday will be conducted by tbe
putor, Bev. A. J. I'rouor, morping md
evening.
HOOD A, SOUTAR
Boom ao.
North Vancouver.
84 Lonsdale Avenue.
(above Poet Offlce)
Foet Offlce Boi No, 3387. Telephone No. 462.
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans,
We have opened in office tt the above
address and will be glad te rtceive t
llitlug ef that property you with to
Mil. If yeur price is right, WB WILL
tnd tbe buyer.
Mr. W. B. Hoed, late mtntgir of tlie Civic Inforraitlon Bureau, and Mr.
3. 8. BouUr, until lately with Maun. John Alexander k Co, Beal
Eitate and Insurance Broken,
Active wurk on the uioivating the
foundation for the new St. Andrew's
Prosbyterian church has commenced, on
the completion uf wbicb n alone foundation will lio laid on which the frame
superstructure will be erected. Tne
hurch which is situated un tlie uorth
east corner of lllh and St. (leorge's
avenue, will be completed within six
iiiuulbs, and will prove one of tbo fnest
churches in this cily.
Samuel Kaiinan, a liussian Jew of
Vancouver, was Ihis morning charged
with stealing "junk" in the idiapc of
uid liottlw and other miscellany from a
I'liiiiiiinan. Kaiinan, who was found
guilty, committed one theft in broad
layligbt ami was arrested on Lonsdalo
avenuo by Constable Qraves in the act
of couveying tbo goods away in his
rig. Tho mayor and Mr. J. .1. Woods,
J.P., imposed a Hue of im and costs or
SO days' imprisonment iu .1. mull
Captain and Mn. Klekham returns
te tbli ulty up Tuesday evening pftnr
t)i oxlrcinoly pleasant sojourn in southern California. They oncoiiutoreil
quitu a number of North Vancouver
people while iu that region.
The diitrict council last night authorised the construction of a sidewalk to
iicciiniiiiinlalii the North Lonsdale post
office which will be erected on a site
between King itreet and Windsor toad
on tne eait side of Lomdale avenue,
Charles Bolos, a Vaueouver man, io
thoroughly lived up to bin name that
hii rolling came to an abrupt end at the
city police station. Mayor McNeish
fined him $11.51) aud costs or one weeks'
recluilen.
Mr. and. Mrs. Alex. Law depart for
the old country tomorrow evening. Mr.
Law is undertaking the journey fer
business reasons and will probably be
absent threo monthi. Mn. Uw and
family purposo making an even mere extended visit,
At a meeting beld in tbe Wait Capilano achool house on Thursday evening
Councillor Lawson wu nominated by a
number of Wost Vancouver resident
ratepayers to bu reeve of the new muni
eipalily. The voters' lilt for'the forth
comiug contest comprises 6.11) names.
BBS
"6000   FAOTS   ABOUT   OANADA"
FOB 1918
Thc 11)12 edition of thtt popultr tnd
indispeustlilo booklet, "51100 Facta
about Canada", compiled by Frank
Ynigii,, the widely known lecturer aud
writer, and author of "Through tbe
Heart of Canada," is now out tnd is
replete with nuw matter, including an
outliue map of Canada, a calendar and
lhe new census ligurrs. In compact
form is found a wealth of fuels and fig
ures of lbe Dominion that will provo a
revelation of our uatural resources aod
growth. The man of information, ga
thered with minute pains, should lie in
the hands Of every intelligent Cauadian
ami the wide sale and popularity of toe
publication is euily understood when
il can lio bad for 85 centi- from The
Canadian Facts Publishing Co., 667
H|.ii,ium Avonue, Toronto.
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leaden will be received by the uu
denlgsed up to Saturday, March sotk,
m'l, for sluhlug and burning the tlm
Ur on blocks 1, 3, S, 6 anJV ln D. I*
618, florib Vaacouver, being altogether
limit 30 acres.
The lowest or aay under not uew
urlly tcc»»Ud.
MAUKICE OINTZBUBOBB,
V. 0. Box 1618,
Vancouver, B. 0.
I
NORTH LONSDALE
Wi bave tka exdueive sale of 84 Wa, In block 8, D. I>. 714. The
loU tr« 40 fut by 118 fart tnd on tka following umu are the tost
buy In North Lonedaie today: Prlca MM. Tenaa WO caah, balance la
6 18, and 11 nmthi.
CARDINALL & MacGREGOR
IM MPUMADB (OLD V09I 017101)
V. 0. Mt 8946
Agents (or London Assurance Co.
We turn I good selection of Houses (or S»le of Rent
The new extension to the North Van
couver Coal and Supply Co'l. wbarf at
Ibo foot of St. (leorge's Avenue, is now
complelod. A start bus already beon
made on the large warebousu wbicb,
when fiiiiihod, will signal Ihe commencement of weekly calls liy the Ta
coma Vancouver SS. Company'i steam
er, Morning Star.
A little time ago t'oun. Loutet min
imii si the reluctance uf the li. C. Electric Bailway Co. lo eitcnjl tbe Lons
dale avonue car line to Ibeir inadequate
acqualulance with the dovelopnionti
tbat have taken place in tbat region.
To remedy this condition of things Mr.
Sperling and Mr. Qlever have bcou prevailed upon to visit North Lonidilo
uext week wirh expert guides. Tho
ditlrict council was last nigbl notified
of this intention by t letter i
A. C. "ill" putify"
piny.
PUBLIO NOTIOB
Keith rotd west (old locttiun) roa<L
will be closed from west buundnry ol
I). L. 556 westwards during the con
structiou of trestle in D. L. 666 uutil
furtber notice.
J. B. C08QB0VE,
Diitrict Engineer.
b.,»»rd   laud  lll.lrlel
TAKK NOTICK that Murray [.'HIT. ol
Vancouver. Il C, occupation, lumberman. Intends lu apply fur permission
lo purchase the following described
lunds:
Commencing ul a poat planted at the
nm in eimi corner of Timber Limit Nu.
43146. limine weit SO chalna theme
nurlh 40 , lialns, thinci cut 10 chaim
moro ur llll to shore lino, thence sou
il,. in along Ihun line to point of
, s, mun in .iiu ni. containing 'lin acrei
more or lm
MIIHRAY UI.IKF.
ISth  February,  1911
ui'.-iiiini: vkiiiiIKh  Agent
r
nf lhe
s«,..«id laat Dlilrlcl
TAKK NOTICK that pharlei K (lar-
i-ttt, ol Vuncuuver, B ft, occupillon,
lumberman. Intends to apply for permission lo purchaae the following described landa: _,
I'oniiiniiclnjt al a poat plain- *Bi Ihs
....u11, wcsl corner of Hi"1 my limit Nu.
lllll. thence i,,-iH- w chains Dunce
weal 10 chalnj, more or lols lo shore
Une. limine luulh-iuterly along shore
Una 'lo  polnl  of  commencement  and
ft) ''""TfcwE VEKII.KK. Agent
Easter Offerings
Of Boots & Shoes in all the Latest Styles
and Shapes at Lowest Prices
Sole Agents "for the "K" Boots and Show.
Sole Agents for th* J. & T. Bell BooU and Shoes.
Sole Agents for lhe Leckie Boots and Shoei.
Sote Agents for the McCready BooU and Shoei
and other leading English and Canadian makes.
»»»»»»«
»»»»»»»,» v»».v»»»%»»'%»»»»»»»*«»«'1
i I
•   BooU and Shoei Bayaired While Vou Watt by tba Lataet and Moit
• Up-todaU Machinery.
Wood-Paige Shoe Co.
FIRST STREET EAST
Hold drown Block.       Neit Bank of M«*tal     Opp. City Hall
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Garden Took
OF ALL KINDS
FOR EVERY PURPOSE
|H   OUR STOCK is complete, and
»j|   the Quality is here.
|H  LAWN MOWERS in all tm
~J|   from 12 to 18 inches,
H|   We also have a stock of the
Famou« Summerscale
LAWN ROLLER
the best on the market ranging from
300 to 500 pounds and the prices are
right.
paine & McMillan
Wholesale and Retail Hardware
Phone 12.        FIRST STREET AND LONSDALE
«\
NOTICE
In couaei|iience o( very greatly increased liusliim, the
B. 0. Livery Bale Stables have imported from Seattle last
Saturday a number of uice md thoroughly well brokiu
quilt horsei for livery purposes. Alio several uw vohi
das, Including I well-appointed covered hack In tin litest
ityle.
Mr. Duiiisi, thi proprietor, begs to Inform his custom
en that be cm supply thiir reqiiiremeuti at any hour of
the day or night to their entire ittliftctlou. Fboni 317.
B. C. LIVERY (D. SALE STABLE*
4th STREET, WIST TELEPHONE   047
i'l
PARK VIEW
FOBMEBLY KNOWN AB
LABSON'B BANOU
PARK VIEW lici right on the famous roullivtesli.ru slope of North
Vtncouver, whore the wealthiest tud moil promim-iil alliens of North
Vancouver aro Inlying lioincsiles. It lias a glorious unobstructed view
of tho Uulf of dcorgia and Vancouver; lying opposite one ol our larg
est parks ,whore au armory and drill lull will ho built.
I'AIIK VIKW ii only u few minutes' wull, up ino ol our piosi pro
mils, ni streets, ilighlly over half a mile from ilu lurry wharf. Every
lot ll now cloarod and in grass. Cluing jiglil I;. I'AIIK VIKW wili he
tho boolevtrd Bell Line Ctr.
See us tt once fur prices ami lirnis, as »e et| < I tins propirly to
In snapped up by eager buyers.
McMillan & reid
Pbone 434, I" UAtfliALK AVENUE
P.8.- For I few iltys, view lots rau tn- Imi I mm lio" op
%
Have Your
Prescriptions
Filled by the
r
North Shore Dri/Co
P. 3. THOMAS,
Druggist, 116 Eiptfk Weit
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