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HO»TH VANOOUVEB, 8.0, FRIDAY, BBPTBMBBB 0, 1818.
NUMBBR 87
Terms of Agreement   -
Will Be Adhered To
OONSTBUOTIQN      OP      PAOIFIO
■    QREAT   EASTERN  ON  NOBTH
anna
	
fBEMIER SIB RICHARD McBBIDB
BBNBWS   ASSURANCES   WITH
REGARD THBBBTO
MATTERS PERTA1NINU TO RIUHT
OP WAY MAY DBFBB COM
| MENCENT   SOMEWHAT
, I'nll,mini' the Interview reported else
wbere Willi tbe I'lticf Counsel uf the
I'n.'ilii' Oreat Uustcrn lluilway Company
in which mciilioit wan made of the pos
•■■ilil«- aiimi,lu of the giivcrnment in
'certain malters, lbe Kxpress repreaon-
Itatlve nought ami secured au interview
wilb Sir Kiiliunl Mcllride, Premier.
The interviewer elated lliut the trend
of events with reaped to lbe locality
at which ciiimirui'liiiii appearoil likely
to commence upon the lines of lbe Pu
ulli' I Trent Kn.,iiiu bail given rise to
uncertainly in the public luiiul ue lo
whether full force ami effect were to
Sn lo Uie clause of the Nortli
e within |en miles of Vancouver,
i'oii may uuy in that regard," replied Hie Premier, "that because of de
lm ■ which buve untvoiilubly occurred
in the .'it.,it'. of llic company to pro-
euro their right-of-way in eertsin soc
inni:. covered by tbu clauses referring
lo a point wilhiii ten miles of Vupcou
ver, tbs plans nf tbs company bsve imt
uiutured ae rapidly ae wmi,I otherwise
have been •tliu cane, aloug the North
Shore." Tbere wan no itituutioii however, proceeded the prepiier, upun Ibe
part of tho government to deviate from
the terms of tbu agreement witb reference to thu point of commencement
uml although lbc adjustment of tbe
iiiiii. uiin , which had developed might
11,ii.,iiiii,' a little time, there was uo
probability of wbal might be counid
ered protracted delay iu complying
with tbe provisions of tbu agrocmeut
in thin particular. J4k
Speaking of the ceremony of turning tbe hrst nod, Premier Mcllride
Kan' perminnioii lo nlate thul the matter bud recently been discussed between
lum .rli uiul Mr. Tale ami Sir llirh-
ard bad stuled that it would pleune
him to have the ceremony taku pluee
in accordance with Hie geuerul plan
already outliued. The arrangement of
ileiuil:., bowovcr, would tieceaaarily be
controlled by lbe courne of develop'
im ni > in the itt ui I of the company to
dispone of the prelimiuuricn looking lo
u, inul cunsljuction uf the lilten.
West Vancouver Route
Of P. G. L Railway
MINISTER  OF  RAILWAYS   HEARS
APPLICATION FOB APPROVAL
DISTRICT OOUNOIL PROTEST AND
SUBMIT ALTBBNATIVB ROUTE
OOVBBNMENT ENGINEER WILL 00
OVBB  THB  GROUND
P. 0. B. BY. AND H. 8. A N. BY.
ALSO AT YABIAHOB
FINAL
IIEARlNtl
iHtb
SEPTBMBEB
The application of lbc l'acillc Ureat
Pastern  Railway for the approval of
I lie: r route map through Ibe district
of Went Vaueouver came up for hear
iug before Hon Thomaa Taylor, tliu
inter uf llailwayn ul Victoria on Thm ■
day Thin mailer wan befure tbe Do
partmcul un -, previoun occasiou, wben
lbc iiitiie wan uppruvcil thruugh Ibe
olber dillrictl on Ihc Nnrlh Mnn,', liul
the decision wan deferred wilb min
I'liec lu Ine ncctiuii nf llic ruute running
lliruugli Went Voncuuver became uf ub
jectioui made by llic dislricl  council
II wan hupi'd Ihut the ruinpuiiy uml
|lie   ii,mini   wuulil   be able  lu  ihIjihI
The Huil wuy I'uinpany submitted on
the ut In.'r li ii ii ■ i that the altcrnutiie
routo pruponed by the council was nut
natinfactury for neveral reanunn among
which wan tbe fact Ibal il would <lc
vclop difficulties an tu grade* and Ihut
it would largely increase the cost of
Hie right of way tu lbc company.
liiifortuuafely Culuucl liavm wan uut
I'i..':." nt nu tbat it wan uot puaeible to
enter inlu a detailed discussion of tbe
discrepancies between the Iwu prulllci
submitted,
The Minister decided That it wuuld
be to the intereat uf all parlica thai
the government   eugineer,  Mr.  P.  ti.
iiiimlili. I...nl.i go over the gruuud in
company with Mr dubn Hallaghau,
chief eugineer uf lhe Pacilic Oreal
Pastern uml Colonel lluv is, acting cn
gineer fur tbe district. The bearing
wan accordingly adjourned until .Sep
ti'iiiln'i 'Uh In oiilcr lu allow thin 10
be done The Minister uf Kuilwuys will
by thai Iuue bave considered lbc ,e
porl of (lie giivcriinii'iil cn, unci and
will give bit lnml i|i..'i,i„ii on Ihul
.lul,'
Prelum* tu the bearing of thc above
application the Mini.ter considered eu
application of the I'm, ili.1 Ureal Ku.l
eru fur the uppiuvul uf Snutbei leclioc
Ibeir ,liir, ri'ui .• ■ l.v .Iild I negotiations
but iiiiiniiiu.il im efforts iii thin dlrecliou of tbeir roule consisting of a stretch
were not successful, it bccami' neces of leu utiles in lbc in mil)' of lirecn
Hill to ii.iiiii refer Hie matter In the I Jibe The appinvul uf thin uppltcu
Minister of llailwayn uml lbe bearing lion wan opposed liy die lluwe Sound,
wun accordingly ml for yesterday. Pemberton * Northern Bailway Company, n |iu ui.i, i i , Messrs Jemei
I1. Keith, 11. Mi Kni), .1 ti. Hill and K
Mnhim,   ii ml  agciil.     The  protesting
company  submlUeil  lhal   wilb  slight
prcnonleliven  were  sir.  u nny   late,       •   ' '
        .      I vartattoun the tirutiuscil route covered
Tbe ilistricl council wan represented
by Kecve Nelnun and I'uiiin'illor (Hull.
burger. Tbe Pacific Ureal Kaslerli re
prcncnlativcn were Mr. D'Arcy Talc,
chief counsel,   Mr.JOun   ('.^.hm,^^^^1 ^ a,im
Ilml already approved by the guverti'
.  ..    ... , ,     muni iu Ibeir favor.   The Minister of
nm   Mennrn. Iloherl MerPhcrson, John',, ' .
,  ,,   0 „ .  .Hallways poinled out that section    7
Uwson  ami   P. Sellwood   reprosnilod ' '    ' '
,   , 01 the Railway  Act  pnn uie-  tbut   iu
Hie waterfront properly owners tu sup .'
,   .        .77 i .1 i        cases of this nature the company muk ,
l „ii  »f thi' protest uf Ibecouticil. »       '   ' " "jpuu
I r hug Ihe application shall  tie eclair I    .     .    ..
councillor P., H. bridgman mu In ai i>|igwi(1(( |llc MWt ^.^ u lbt ^IW*1 "y "w"
chief engineer, ami Mr. Frederick Wil
tendance for Ibe council of Ibe dl* L^ mlt> „,,livi, ,„ y,, ,„„,,, „,
rid of Nurlh Vancouver and Messrs,L^ |||K>, fa^ g())iri|V|i| j(l |(|g|
)•:. Mabou, James 0. Keith, J. Balfour ■ vi(,il)j(y A, „)(, §f( ,,,,, |)((| ^
Ker, W. ,1 Irwin and P Ursou were ^^ wj|1) jw ^ ^ m bm
j,reseul as properly oVuera iu the sec ,.))(( W|J ))0|||1(,U(,,j u|l|i| ^^y,
lion involved.  f |S6tb, Ibe Iwo companies meantime to
Mr. A. 11. McNeill ailed as solicitor'euiili, with a view lo'adjustiug mat
for the district council and Mr. S. S. ;|t,rl,
Tnyloi as solicitor for the walerfrotil
properly  owners' coiumillcc.
Tbe plau submitted by lbe Pacilic
Ureal Ksstoro Hllflway Company •bowled tbeir right-of-way runuiug be
i ween high and low water mark Upm
lbc waterfront a.nd followed a-course
several Iiundred feet nortb of lbc foreshore. The protest of Hie district iuuu
cil submitted that Ibal section of Ib*
imposed ruute running outside of bigb
sler mark would prove seriously de
(rimetilal to the property afffrted and
would shut owners oul from tbe est
,,„■„,. ot tboii temhoit privileges. II
lie moved further north in accordance
witb a plan made for tbe district eoun
III \,y Colonel Davis, which was submit-
Ui let cousiderstiuu.
SBMI OBNTBNNIAL OF THB
THIRTEENTH ROYAL RBOIMENT
Thc Thirteenth Royal Bcgiment will
ei'li'lirale the semi centennial of the
regiment uii Kith, Htb and Iblb uf
Ibis niniiili. in Hamilton, Out., and il
is exported thst hundreds of members
from sll parts of Canada and many of
Ihe United Slates will attend,
During the half reutury of ils exist-
enca  some   12,000  mcu   bave  punned
through the ranks, many of tbem be.
iof household fords ip Ontario.
(Urlbcr sobmiltcd that the Una could'    Names may bo scut for registration lu
Ndrdheimcr's Music Store, Id West
King street, Hamilton. It Is understood that there are several members
of tht regiment iu North Viuicouver.
Free Mail Delivery Was
Inaugurated Yesterday
POST  OFFfOB  NEEDS  OO-QFBBA-
TION OP PUBLIO TO BNSUBB
•    SUCCESS OF NEW SYSTEM
Por the lirst time in tbo history of
this city muil was yeslordtiy delivered
to the doors of its residents.
Last week it was announced tbut
mailers pertaining tu the inutigurutioit
of this improvemtnt were proceeding
ss rapidly as possible, und Ihul ou tbo
srrivunif a shipment uf cunns ordered
frum mini'.;! free muil delivery wuubl
bu cummencud immediately. Mr. U.
McCourt, superintendent of delivery ut
the Vancouver ollice, had already de
tailed four men to ciituprinii Iho postal
delivery corps of Nortb Viigitouver—
all men of experience aud ubility iu
mi:, imiiiiiibii line iif work; while in
readiness fur un Immediate Innovation
the city had also licnii ollleially divided
iulo four routes, an follown;
Kuiile No. I- From tbe wulerfrnnl
nurtli lu Third Streel, inclusive of
Forbes avenue on lbe went ami cunt-
ward to (Juoeiisliury aveuue.
llnuii' No. 2.--Prom Fourth stroot
tu Seventh slreet and from Forbes
avenue; ulsu Kigblb street frum Forbes
to .''iiiln iinini uvenucn.
Route No. II From Nmlli street to
Twelfth street, from Kighth streel cunt
lu Sutherland, Thirteenth uud Fourteenth streets, frum Jones uvenue lu
Stilncrluml ineniic ninl Second to Sixteenth nlreel frum Junes nvi'itue west
ward to Fell avcuue.'
iluuie Nu. t Frum Fifteenth to Ifith
street, frnm .Innes eust In Sutherland
uvenue. Frum Twenlielli lu Twenty-
seventh, Street, from Junes uvenue lu
St. Andrews avenue and Twenty eighth
slrect frum ClicnterhY'hl uvenue tu Sl.
Anilrewn avenue,
Yesterday (bene ruulen were initially
covered l-/ the four mini carriers
mentioned, whose usnies ure (). M. linn
gcrfunl, A. Prime, T. II. Ashley, und
II. hut".ui. Mr. Iluu, , ii,,i being in
charge. Mr. II. A. Hindi,I. ruute inspector fur (Irculer Vancuuver, was
over here generally superintending the
work, and will pruliahly remain until
uiiuii', ure nailing ahead smoothly.
Admitted for u sborl lime "behiud
the sccncsV ul lbc Ineiil posl ulliee, u
representative uf Ibe Kxprcss waa able
to nee fur himself the greut amount of
wurk uu in iki viitimi of t|||s kind ue
enssarily eiitnjls. Mr. Bound, chatting
I'ur ti few iiiuitieitts on Ibo inauguration
uf the free delivery system, 100111101)04
particularly uue ur two ways in which
Iho puldle can greatly aid Mr. Mc
Millau uud bis stuff in the maintenance of a reliable service. Thu first
obvious wuy is that pointed out' by
bin wuisbip the Muyor ut the last coun
cil meeling—to immediately uncertain
the number uf one's bouse and have
tlte iiiiiuerulH prominently nuiled on.
A second way is tu bave letter hules
in.me fur the convenience of tbe car
fiers, A third way—ami Mr. Hound
dwell cmpliuticiilly upun thin-was lu
cull periudieully ut the general delivery
uflicc fiir ut any rute a mouth or six
weeks, in case uf letters lying there
undelivered, (t will be reudily iimler
slonil by evcryuue tbat uo new system
uf thin magnitude can be expected to
immediately uttnin perfection. Very
muny ililliiiilties will be experienced at
lbc outsat uml will buve to be grudu
ally siirniiiiinli'il wilh the co operation
uml tolerance uf Hie public,   li would
be 11 grievous fullacy, fur Instance, tu
assume lliul, since free muil delivery
bun uuw baan Inaugurated, one has
unly tu sit ut eune iu a nameless, huiii
berless house uud placidly uwait the
arfival of uue'n muil. Muil will uul)
be delivered tu bouses thul are proper
ly numbered. Any ulleiupl lii ilenvei
lu niiiiiiiiiliereil houses wuuld unly end
iu misdelivery, endless searches and
11 n in ei "ii ulher forms uf bunco. And
until the fuur muil carriers have he
euiili' pusnnlil)' familiarised with then
lespecliVe ruulen Ibe public will be
wise iu lulling now and then at tne
geuerul delivery wicket und inquiring
fur muil,
Fur a little lime lliere will be uue do
livery each day. An suuu Ss it is
I feasibly possible tbe service witbuul
Iniilil will bu increased Thin single
delivery"per diem, however, will appeal
to (lie u'lieiiiliii uf citiseun un being
a very welclme innovation, uml duubt
losn every public support, un the linen
previously mentioned, will be given to
lbc locul punt office authorities tu
wliuniSsjis new institution naturally
menus a great amount uf extra wurk
uml worry.
Horticultural Society's Ninth Annual
Exhibition Today and Tomorrow
The abuve exhibition is open lo the ] and Wight of 1711) street. The poultry
ulllu today al I p.m. and the olliciul lection in uut as good as last year,
ay will luke place!lliere beiug a fulling ol) iu Ibe number
Ibis evening at t p.m. The hall bun uf entries,
been very tastily decuraled fur,Ibe uc I The show will be couliuucl lomer-
'imniii and every space on the many ruw (Saturday; and a tennis tourua-
tables is well tilled witb lbc different! incut will take place weather'permit
classes of exhibits. The fruil and 1 ting ou tbat afteruooon at -' 0 'clock
garden produce sections arc exception   fur which tbere are abuut thirty eu
ally good and speak volumes for the
productive character of lbc Nortli
Shore. The flower sccliou is ulsu guod
ami mention may be made uf tbe very
bainlwiiue exhibit  of Messrs, Simpson
tries and some fast games are prnmis
ed. The North Vaueouver City Band
will give a concert ou the grouuds to
nigbt from 8 to HI and Saturday from
illl) to 4.3U.
Mr. J. A, Uiiiuil) and wife of Anion, I The report of the medical officer of
Man, are lbe guests of Hev. Ilr. cFe, I health, I)r. J. J. Thomson, shows tbis
Tenth street. I month lhat the health 0/ the city is on
' Ihe whole satisfactory. There bas been
The Aveuue Urorery is goinu oul, of
husiuesa and Ibe eutlre stock  mil be
disposed of   nut    week at sacriffcoj
prices,
Mrs. iM. Hogg ol Ksplauade, was
taken tu the hospital ou Tuosday suf
fcring from a paralytic stroke. Mrs.
Hogg is under lpt cafe of Or. Thump
sou of Ibis cbjy ami Ilr, Boltin uf Vancouver.
one caae uf tyhoid auil ouo or two
cases uf mumps.
Mr, V, T. Salsbury was au outgoing
passenger tbis afternoon bound fjor
Montreal and otber eastern points (or
a holiday of six or eight weeks. Mr.
Salsbury 'n hosts of frionds will hops
that tbt rest and change wjll fully re'
store hia health which for soms mouths
psst has beeu somewhat impaired
ic Great
Railway
Eastern
Construction
COMPANY BBADY TO PBOOBEDAT
ONOB DE0LABE8 UB D'ABOY
TATE,  OHIBF   COUNSEL
DIFFICULTIES  AS TO APPROVAL
OF ROUTE MUST PIBST BB
BEMOVED HOWEVER
PROBABILITIES    OF    OON8TBU0
TION ON NOBTH SHORE
CEREMONY   OF   TUBNINO   FIRST
SOD WILL BE HELD IN DUB
OOUBSE
lu uu interview accorded a representative of the Kxprcss ut Victoria yesterday, subnei|uetit lu the muring uf,
the Ippiication uf the Pacilic (ileal
l'ui,i,'in Ilailway Ciiuipuiiy by the Min
inter uf itailways fur the uppruvul uf
their route mup lliruugli Wesl Vancouver, Mr. ll'Arcy Tale, Chief Cuuuncl fur
the l'acillc Ureal Kustcru, slulcd cm
I'huh' ulli that bis company is ready
to put on gangs of graders ami In slurl
work on Hie construction uf Hie riglit
uf way jusl as noun un those uiullern
whicii remain to be decided wilh re
luiiiiii to the ruute uf the ruilwuy
huve been arranged
If unexpected deluys in the u|iprovul
of the route mup of the compauy liud
UUt  ilel elope,I. ll, llllll  I m, .| | m | mu  wnlll.l
bave been under way lung befure (lie
present date. These deluys are uut
under Ibe cuutrul uf bin company ami
tbey L'uuiiut cumiucuce clcuring and gru
ing until all ulinlructiona uf Ibis na
ture buve been removed If lue mat
ter now al Issue between the Pacilic
Ureat Eastern ami the Howe Sound uud
Nurlberu with reference lu ten miles
uf right of way ul Hreen IJike summit
in liiiulli uiljiiilieuii'il at the hearing
set by the miuister uf railways fur
Sepiembor 36th, tb*Pacific Ureal Kast
cm will ut uuce begin llie construction
uf a wagon roud noltlli from the Hreen
lul.1 summit ami nurth frnm the pres
cut terminus uf the wuguu ruud near
Hm, I,i-mliile. ami Hie rendering of (bin
mud avuiluldc fur the transportation
of supplies wuuld lie i|uickly fiilluwud
b)' clcuring sud grudiiig upi-iutuius
spun the right of way.
Askcl with reference tu the pmlia
bililicn of actual construction slung the
North Shore, Mr. Talc slated lhal llic
intentions of the cunipuny Inul been
nu 1,um.1,..uu T, affected iu 'bis re
t'unl, liul li by Ihc delay with reference
, tlie approval of the company'1 mutt
througti   Went   Vancouver uml   by  llie
nn,In ion-   which arc fouml lu obtain
with ri'lerenee ^q procuring tho rgllt
of uuv. It is tbu desire of bis Company
to proceed in all respect upuu a liusi-
nuns basis, having duo regunl for economical considerations. The future pel
icy of tlte Compauy with reference lo
construction ou the North Shore would
depend upou conditions us tbey migbt
develop. It was Hue ilni the agree
ment uf the company stated that construction should begin on tbo Norlb
Shore at a point witbiu ten mil 111 uf
Vancuuver, bul that clause pruceeded.
in 1 he following effect "or at Midi
uther point as the Minister in his discretion might decide," The liual dis-
posul uf Ihc niuiiui would therefore
bu found in the positiou wbieh tho government might tske with reference lo
this point.
lu response tu a tjucsliou with re
spect to the ceremony of fuming Hie
llrnt sud, Mr. Tate slulod lbat tbis
liud beeu u mutter uf cutiversatiun late-
'•y between liim. eii ami Sir 1,'i.hiinl Mc-
lind"', and il uu:, understood lbat the
ceremony would be held In due '.ourte,
although (he dale wan a matter of uncertainty because of obstructions which
hud arisen us referred tu abuve.
The interviewer stated that be uu-
dcrstuinl thul Mr. Stewart, president
uf the Pacific Ureal Kaslem Railway
Cuinpany bud landed at Now York ou
Tm.n.la) ami wuuld prububly reach
Vancuuver ucxl week ami anked wbe
ther the arrival uf Hie president wuuld
foreshadow uny 11111111 diaie develop
meats, In reply Mr. Tute stated tbat
iu ull probability as a result of Mr.
Stewart's presence mure active coustructiou would proceed immediately,
al more puitiln lhan uue. lu tbis cou
iieiiiini Mr. Tate explained tbat in
lbc term "coustructiou" the compauy
included all operations which were,
connected wilb ihc building of the line
whether the running uf preliminary
linen of survey or the uetual location
of the right-of-way by their engiueer
an well un lbc acluul clearing aud
grading.
In discussing the proposed purchase
by Ibe Pacilic Ureal 1.1 inn Ilailway
Cuinpany uf the business and assets uf
lbc lluwe Suund and Nurllicrn Kail
way Company, Mr Talc slated lhal negotiations bud uul beeu successful in
arriving at a banis of transfer satisfac,
tui.v 10 both parties uml Ins company
bad accordingly proceeded tu locate
an independent ruule by which lu reach
the bead of lluivc Sound frum tlm
north, ul wlneli point the lines uf Ibo
former cuinpany terminate.
Purchase of H. S.& N. Ry. hy P. G. E.
POBMEB OFFEBED TO ABBITBATE
BUT LATTEB DECLINED
MB  JAMES  0   KEITH   EXPLAINS
WHY NE00TIATI0N8 HAVE
NOT  BEEN  SUCCESSFUL
Inteniewed thin murniug with refer
cine to the reported failure uf uegu
tiatiuus fur the purchase uf tbe busi
uess, plunl and equipment of lbc lluwe
.•"nuiiii ami Nurlberu Ilailway Company
by the Pacilic Oreal Kaslem Railway
Company, Mr. James ('. Keith, President of Ibe II. S. A N. Ky. Co., staled
tbat tbe situatiuu stauds as follows:
Shortly after negotiations loubiog lo
the transfer of the existing railway to
the now company had been stated tbe
Howe Sound and Norlbern submitted a
price to the Pacilic .Ureal Kautcru for
which they were prepared to dispose of
their system. The Pacific Oreat Kast
ern did mil consider Ihc offer sails
iu, i '•■'  and replied tli.rein l.v submit
ling 11 lignic uiiiih tbey were prepared
to puy fur the lluwe Suund and Nor
tlieru syslem, which that Company in
turu did not consider sulisfactory. Tbe
llm',, Sound and Northern Hallway
Compuny then submitted u furtnul offer
to Ihe Pacilic Ureal Kaslem Railway
Company thul Ibe valuation of tbe
business aud assets of the former be
submitted lu arbilratiuu, Imih parties
agreeing lo abide by tbe award. This
offer, however, ibe I'm 1 lie Ureal Kast-
ru declined lo accept, since wbicb time
no furtber progress in negotiations bas
beeu   made,
NOBTH   VANOOUVEB   OITY   FEB
'   BIBS LIMITED
Trallic Becelpts for Montb of August,
UU
Single or return tickets  I'liitM
( uiiiin ulnl nm
8 fdr ll/ic   ;..,. 3W7.M
80 for $1.0(1 ...I.,.., 620.00
80 for IS.00  3280.00
Monthly passes   78.00
Vehicle tickets ............ ioiumiu
Preigbl receipts > iU.lt
tilth fares, commissions ... m.Uii
Peuli, ete '..,;.., ilODt
'a.      Total »1:102:1.66
August IOIO    9161.1)6.
August )011-|U704.M.
To Building Contractor*
Scaled Tenders endursed "Tender
for Building," and addressed
"Nortb Shore Press Limited,"
Nortb Vancuuver, will be received
by Ibe undersigned up tu six o'clock
on thc evening of Thursday, Sep
teiuber (lb, U12, for the erection
of a bdliding ou lot 16, block 1(7,
I). |i. fil, being Ibo nortb west
corner of First street and Bogers
avenue, tbia city.
Plans and specincatioue may be
procured at the offices of Blacked
der aud MacKay, architects, Aberdeen Block, Lonsdale avenue, on
and after Monday, August 2Stb.
The lowest pt any leader not ucc
essarily tccepled.
mWm*Jnm*    tfrmmmmw    m r**m*)9f    mtmimmtmwm
Oeu. II. Murden, Manager.
1 ——«MI8——
EXTENSION OF TIMS
The time' for receiving fenders
at per the above notice, bae been
exiejp |"d until Monday, fcptamber
iiih, at twelve u'clock uoon.
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Bank of Montreal
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Capital (paid up)    ,    $16,413,000
Reaerve     ....    $15,000,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Savings Bank Department
INTEREST PAID AT CURRENT RATES
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North Vancouvtr Branch: F. A. MACRAE,
Mt. Crown Bldg., lit Street Manager
We Have Some Good Buys
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in D. L 273, 274,550.
See us if you have a house lo rent, or if you want to get
a house.
We have some lovely homes for sale.
Listings wanted.
NORTH VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE CO.
110 Esplanade. Phone 227
R. C. BISS
J. A. WOODS
We have an opening for a smart boy
from 16 to 18 years of age to leam the
cabinetmaking trade. Apply personally
at our factory.
Dickinson & Son, Ltd.
ESPLANADE EAST
P. O. Box 1719.
Phone 222
HAY, FLOUR AND FEED
POULTBY SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY
Timothy Hay (new)
Clover Hay, (now)
Alfalfa Hay
Crushed OaU,
Oats,
.__      Linseed Meal
PBICES HIOHT
B. & K  Chicken Chop,
B  Si K Scratch Food
B & K Cracked Com
Lee's Egg Maker
Lee's Insect Powder
Swift's Beef Scraps
DELIVEBIEB PROMPT
THE
Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
OFFICE: 116 ESPLANADE, EAST PHONE 4
COAL! COAL!!
In Stock, 350 Tom of Choice
WELLINGTON LUMP COAL
Householders shouU lay ia the winter supply bsfors the
rush season.
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North Shore Coal & Supply Co.
L. S. EATON, Manager.
Kickham's Wharf     Esplanade West     Phone 468
NORTH VANOOUVER ffiffi KEKK1B8. LIMITED
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THE CANADIAN HIGHWAY
—~eeass8smin»in.i wumnmse
A boolt Wth is somewhat ilitloreut
to    tbe    ordinary    tun   of   books
bas JUS.  reaeueil the oflice pf the Ex-
press. Tbis is a publication issued, by
ibe Canadian Highway Assueiatiun, ami
deals iu an Interesting way witb tbe
work accomplished by that body since
its organisation on November lint autl
4th, 191).
It coulains an Interesting mass of
valuable information concerning roads,
and road conditions, in different purls
of Cauada, but more particularly Brit
isb Columbia, the books is splendidly
illustrated with photographs of roar}
.uui"';, ami of scenes at the planting
of the lirsl post on the wost coast uf
Vincouver Island.
The mission of "Tbe Canadian High
way" is lo educate tbe public to tbe
advantages of good roads and anyone
interested in thia work may obtain a
copy by addressiug Secretary 1', W,
Luce, Now Westminster, B. 0,
The followiug extract will give Qood
Heads advocates an inHiug of the
I'niiieiiiii of this booki "The Boads of
B. C,," by Mr. W, W. Foster, deputy
minister of public works for the province.
Now that the markiug of the Cau
adian Highway has been commenced,
and under such uuspicious circum
stances, thc work of placing these signs
from the west coast of the Island Ss
far as Hope is to be proceeded with
immediately, The Victoria Automobile
i'lub has completed the work of stud-
liug the islaud road with these sign
posts from Alberui to Nansimo.
From Vaueouver to Hope tbe signs
are to lie placed in position this sum
mer, the ueeessary expeusc being boruc
by the members of the Canadian Highway Association and Automobile Clubs.
The road from Vancouver to Chiliiwuck
is iu fair condition, aud automobiles
have travelled as far as Hope, Although the In -t leg of the journey is
by uo means a pleasure undertaking
The first man lo ruu au aulomubiie into
Hope Was Mr. P. It. M.U. Bussell, pie
siilettt of Ihe Vancouver Automobile
Club, who performed this feat iu 1910.
lu this connection wc muy die per
milled to quote frum a speech mado by
W. W. Foster, deputy minister of
public works, at a meeting of the I'ro
gress Club, at Vancouver, on March 14,
when, after dealing al length with the
road problem of British Columbia, he
said:
"II is interesting to note that duriug
the past ten years tbe total expenditure
nn mails had beeu practically (11,500,
000, and bridges UflOOMO, resulting
iu un additional 7,000 miles of road
way, whilst for the present year au
appropriation of $6,000,000 has. beeu
provided for British Columbia highways
and bridges, with the possibility that
this will be supplemented by a cou In
tuition from the I Inin m inn government
toivurds the main highway,
"lu Ihe distribution of Ihis sum, and
entirely apart from the distinct grants,
provision has 'been made for several
feature undertakings, Ihis term beiug
uiced as it would appear most iuappro
priate to desiguale auy particular road
or mads as 'scenic' in a pruviuce of
■uch marvellous bounty when every
ruud upuu the mountain side, by stream,
Ihrnugh the luagiiillceut forest, or
across the luxuriant lowlands, is full
uf luterest.
"Of probably greater iuterest is tbe
development uf the Inter -Provincial
Highway plan, which, while iu many
sectiuus of the greatest commercial
utility, is linked up to furm a feature
ruad of unsurpassed length and beauty.
The organisation required to plau this
road and ensure its succeSlful comple
lion is now of common knowledge, tin
tbe mainland tbis year will see furtber
work ou the portiou connecting Van
cuuver aud New Westminster lo Hope,
while a special sum of 676,000 will be
spent upon tbe section surveyed last
year between Hope aud Princeton. In
the Urand Furks and Vniir ridings, sub
slaotial sums bav. beeu provided fur
lucsl sectiuus already lucated. The
new steel bridge at Trail, au essential
to tbe uew road, will be completed, aud
as far as tbe systematic aud careful
survey first required will permit, Ihe
old llewduey trail improved through to
tbe boundary; thus making certain Ibat
Britiab Columbia, (he most westerly
proviuee, and tbo oue where tbe ei
pense of coustructiou is immeasurably
thc greatest, will be the fint to have
its portiou of the dominion Ureal
White Way completed.
"Another road wbicb will inevitably
excite tbe greatest attention is thc
Banff Windermere Highway. Laat
summer, prior to the survey party being
sent out, J had tbe good furtuue tu
make a trip over tbe proposed route
aiul after maity years spent iu the midst
of uur mountains, can assure you tbat
the route ii unique as giving access
to Ihc greatest variety of mountain
scenery that could be possibly reached,
except by parties expensively equipped
fand wltb unlimited time at their dis
phaa).
"Although there are several passes
through the main chains of the Kockies
giving access to Ibe valleys of tbe Koot
easy tnd Columbia from Alberta, only
one, tbat nl (be Vermillion, runs parallel ttt iny length to tbe main ranges,
lbs otb.rs running straight through.
Tbe Vermillion Pass, however, need
chiefly by game hunters who wished to
traverse thu lensjth nf the valley ami
the eiiniieciiiig valleys, runs between
the two main ranges of the Bo. hies,
and when a suggestion was made to
connect the road with Calgary, which
now umls at Banff, tu the existing
dobbin Cranbrook Highway, thus providing a bypath or alternative from
tbe proposed inter-provincial road, a
round trip from Calgary*, or a tourists'
road between the Columbia Valley and
Banff, the Vermillion Pass was nuliirul
If tbo ouo selected.
"From thu summit to the junction
with the Qoideu Cranbrook Highway iu
the Columbia Valley is about 70 miles,
and the cost of coustructiou, 6200,000,
is being shared witli(tlie C. P. II., whose
officers have for many years appreciated
tiic fact thst British Columbia's scon
ery can be profit -producing. Of this
amount $160,0UI! will probably be spent
tbis yesr, aud the following summer
should soo the road compluted. Of its
beauties words can givo no idea.
"From the summit of tbe Vermillion,
surrounded by many uf the noblest
peaks in the Kockies, following the Ver
iiiiiiiini Biver, a panorama of moun
tains, snowllclils, glaciers and valleys
of lesser dimensions, from uut of which,
"tiuu through uuin uii.. of great beauty,
como pouring the glucicrfcil streams,
aud easy of access from the proposed
roud are also many exquisite mountain
lukes, in whuse emerald depths are re
fleeted the glaciers, crags and snow of
surrouudiug peaks.
"Crusaing aud recroasiug the Ver
million, which sometimes glides through
wide and wellileliue'il channels, al uth
ers rushes through gorges and canyons,
the road will follow the river, whlcb
steadily increases in volume, while lhe
valley widens, giviug a clearer impression than before of ils florul wealth,
uutil uear the junction with the Simp
suu Biver there is upett purk like cuuu
try, a rich pasturage dutted with pines.
Al Ihis puiut the view northward up
the Vermillioti cast into the valley of
Ihe rjimpsou, or soulb, following tbe
Kootensy duwu the distant valley until
it is lust tu view agaiust the distant
Shepherd range, is a panorama of natural beauty wbjieh words could never
leu ||tu «'
"The Kooleuay Valley is connected
to the Culutqbia, via Sinclair Pass, a
pass used for years by ludiaus, who,
afler Incursions iuto thc rich hunting
lands of thc Vermilion and Koolcnay,
where moose, elk and other game still
abound, crossed the divide to visit the
Hot spring;, un the western slope, now
known as tbe Sinclair Springs Thc
little emerald lake on the exact summit
un tbe trip over Ihe Sinclair, the wonderful cuul,ni wilh the bright red walls
towering hundreds of feet ou cither
side of wbere the road will pass right
thruugh thc cenlro of the cauyou itself,
the magic springs, or the euchautiug
view from tbe grassy plateau abuve,
looking eaat through tbe cauyou iulu
tbs Vermillion range, ur wesl across Ibe
wide valley of the Columbia, through
which the river turns, tu the snow
capped Purcell range beyond, lime docs
not now permit tu dwell upuu, bul
agaiu may I repeat lhat as a scenic
route this ruad will be withuut s peer,
sud despite thc fact that it crosses the
main chaiun uf the Buckles sud tra
verses seventy miles uf uur most typical
and picturesque mountain scenory, will
be a standard rued, uut exceeding au
average uf 84i per eenl., eicept for s
short distance up the cist approach uf
the Sinclair Pass "
It is interesting tu note thst no sec
tioa of Ihe i'anailian Highway In'Brit
ish Columbia will bsve more than au 8
per cent, grade, and tbis in only a few
places. Wheu we considef tbat up lo a
year or twu agu tbe mountain ranges of
British Columbia were believed lu form
au impassable barrier for any wagon
road, wc ean dimly realise tbe immense
forwsrd strides Ibat bavo taken place
ju this pruviuce iu connection witb tbe
building of this transcontineulal high
way. f .
Bridge By-law Read
Twice
(UNHEAL      CIVIC      0OBBB8P0N
MbVM
school properly frpm taxation, and line
from tlio eity solicitor in tbe same
coiini'l'tiiill advising lliu! if llie ncliunl
WIS cunductei) for the care and tuition
pf orphans and destitute children, it
was exempt. Both were referred to tbe
limine" cnmiuilIiv. ' .
A letter was read from Messrs.
Tupper «nd Griffin amending tlieir claim
against tbs L'ity in respect tp damage
alleged to havo been done tp property
belonging tp O. P. Jackson by reason
Pf fbe  loici'i-ing  of Ilrd  ill reel.        Tiie
claim first sent, in was 'or $2,11110 ami
in its amended form, $9,000,
A id, 1 bid, was deb'gut 1'd fp Investigate a case pf destitution pp Third
sfroet, Tbo husband pf the family has
boen in the hpspital fpr spine timo.
The msin portion ol Tuesday night's
business of the city council was quie(
iu character and principally arising
out of the correspondence of the week.
Letters were read fruui Messrs. ir
win k Billings, aud Messrs. # Palmer,
IturiiicsJcr k von llrarvenil/, request
ing the permission lo construct rcmeut
sidewalks in front of tbeir respective
properties, corner of l-onsdale and 10th
svenue in blocks 6489 at their owu
expense uuder Ibe supervision of the
city eugineer. The council authorized
tbe eugineer to prepare specifications
and advertise for tenders.
A letter came from Bister Mary Amy
la respect to exempting tbs St. Paul's
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A by-lay to raise $50,000 tp purchase
additional shares In the Burrard Inlet N
Tunnel and Bridge Co. was introducer}}
and given two readings.
High School Athletic
Auociation
Thp North Vancouver High, School
Boys' Athletic Association hold a
meeting on Friday, August 110th, for
the purposo of organising. Tbs f#,
cei.'i iippulnied were: Hon. Pres., ,'iclionl
Trustee A. 0. I'erry; President, |upi|,
Squair; vicopresident, John Wuuda;
secretary treasurer, Wallace Shore, and'
a committee, B. Larson, B. Buruiston
snd J, Woods.
COR. FOURTH and
FOR VALUES IN
BULK TEAS
Spinal attention is paid to the selection of Ihis article. Buying
uuly tbo best grades suitable to the water of the district, we aro in a
positiou to Offer Teas equal in quality ami price tu auy on the market.
36 ceuts per pound is fast becoming a popular price for Tea, Our
blond at that price is a gtiod useful Tea, '■•■> cents per pound, i lbs, for
$1.00. Iu better qualities wc have a flue Tea at 1,1 cents uml a specially Alio blond al fill cents per Ib.
ASK FOB SAMPLES
PACKET TBAfl-
Por those who prefer Packet Teas, we carry Braid's Best at 60
cents, Nabob at in and 00 cents, Bluu Bibbou ut 10 cunts, Hulada at 60
cents, Tel lev's at 50 and Oil cents per Ib. Tetlcy's 3 1b. tius at
$1 -'0 each.
COFFEE
Our coffees arc always freshly masted and ground us required.
Prices    , 35c, lllc, 15c and  SOc  per Ib,
Braid's Best Nabob and Heal Brands iu one puund tius,
B. 0. .sugar   ...$1.16 por 18 Ib. seek
We carry 1 must complete stuck of groceries, snd uur prices will
U fuuud.us luw as possible consistent wilh lirsl class quality
All  orders culrusled  lo us will  be promptly ami  carefully  al
I' li'le,1 to.
DesBrisay
OOBNEB FOUBTH AND LONSDALE
Pbous m
Phone 207
Western Dominion Land & Investment Co.
UMITEO
With Wbicb Is Incorporated
Bevan, Gore & Eliot, Limited
North Vancouvor Branch: 67 Lonadale Avenue, opposite Poet Office.
Agreements for Sale discounted.   Fire Insurance.
Representing Lynn Creek Une Mines Limited.
Cleared Lot on Keith rosd 601172 botween Moody Avouue and Boulevard $2,260- 1 3 cash, balauce 6, 12 and 18.
Listings of Inside property wanted, also lota ou Keith Bosd between
Bewicks Avsnus snd Hendry.
Order Your
Fall Suit Now
NBW SAMPLES AND FASHION PLATES ABB NOW
HBBB.
OUB FALL STOCK OF CLOTHING HAS ABBIVE1). IT
CJOMPBISES ALL THE NEW STYLES AND OOI,
OBINOS.
SBB OUB 8PB0IAL UNE OF BLUE 8BBO/B AT $20.00.
BENNETT BROS.
110 Second  St., East.
The North Vancouver home of " Campbell Clothing"
House Painting, Kalsomining
md Paperhanpng
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FOK FBOT CUM WORK
SBB
ANDREW WALKER
SUOCBSSOB TO THB
GEO. W. HARDING CO.
128 SECOND ITMBT, Mau LONBDALB
V. O. Met Utl. Phone 467
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WEST VANCQUVEIUieitW
i   •■ • ff Tsars' in Business.  Capital and Bsscrve Over $7,800,000.
The Advantages of Bank Money Orders
for transmitting small sume of money uro four.  T)jcy ars easy to procure—
easy to c#«b—safe—iflpxpaniiiyo. Wo issue tbem nt tha following rates:
$G or uudef—l|o 6 to 10 — .c
$10 to $30-10o    • 30 to   BO -\Be
These Money Orders aro payable st psr st any Branch 0< any Chartered
Bauk iu Canada (Yukon Tor. excepted), in tho principal cities of tbo United
States and in London, Bug.
Two Offices ip North Vancouver, Corner of Lonsdale Ave
and Esplanade. Upper Lonsdale Avenue, near Uth Street
For $400 cash aud balance in 2 and 3 years wo cau sell soveral good
double comers ln N.E. V, 1007.
For $100 and $170 caah and balance in 2 and 3 yeara wo cau sell 47
ft. snd 00 ft. lots tbore.
Wo have a bttucit of these but thoy will go (julckly. ,
IN D. L. 200
Wo have a number of good no ft. lots for from $3,000 up on ossy
terms,
IN NOBTH LONSDALE
We can offer 9 lots facing Boulevard Park for $0800 and 00 ft. lot ou
Boulevard for $1,400 ou easy terms.
Wo have also a number of good houses for sale of different sixes.
Oall aud soo us,'
The Burrard Development Company Limited.
BEAL ESTATE AND IN8UBANOE BBOKEBS
17 Lonsdalo Avenue North Vancouver Phono 117
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District CmM Meets
inReguJatlWoii
B. O. Electric Will Invostlgato Eaten
sion flf LUtei Through District—
$20,000 tp Bo B»p»»d<>4 W> *">,''
Work ofl Ma-rlna Prjvs West-*36,Q0f)
Whsrf Proposed for Dupdawe—
JfptiPf on Now Ferry Bylaw September 21st.
sWM?£
Electric Irons
10 Days' Free Trial
Solvos tho Summer Ironing Problem
Por 1912 "we ure olToriug a "Hotpolut" of llio Ulb till, suitable for
geuerul household use, for $4.00. This iron ik similar to all "Ilotpuinls"
except Hint tlie upper surface is unpolished.
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60 LONSDALE AVENUE
Ouo nf tho most important mutters
dealt with in the .correspondence read
ut llic regulur session of,the ilistricl
council ou Tuesday wus Hint frum thc
Vuneuuver I'ower Compauy, Limited,
furwarded by Ihu municipal solicitors
jThj), letter was u reply lo the furiniH
application of the district council un1
der llic agreement with the puwpr
cunipuny that llic luller construct and
"|,einie Irani lines nl,,!,,■■ certaiti roads
tltruugliuut the districl. Tlie letter
slated lhal Vuncouver I'uwer Cunipuny,
l.iiuileil, hud iustrucleil their onginoer
lu look over Hi/ ground, lo investigate
thu conditions with rcrcrcine to Hct
tlenu'tit ulung lite proposed funic uud
tu advise ns lu whut loule or routes
il wpuld be advisable to follow. Tin:
lellur slated thut if the conditions witli
reference lu settlement were found lo
warrant it, const rod ion wuuld be pro
eilcil with. The power compauy will
advise the cuuucil ua noon ns Iluy liavi
arrived ul their conclusions Irom t|}cir
engineer's report.
Perry By-Law for $100,000
1,'uuncillor Merrick moved the second
reading of the money bylaw to raise
by nay of luun the sum uf uue lain,Ind
thousand dollurs for tlie purchase ul
shares in the West Vancouver Ferry,
Company, Limited. The bylaw was
duly read, rolling will luke pluee ut
the uew muuicipal hull at Hollyburn
ou Saturday, Beptember 'list, 'llic
money will be used by the ferry cum
pany fur the construction of a modern
ferry liual and for providing suitable
ferry terminals uf it permunenl tiuliire
III   West   Vuneuuier.
Proposed New Wbarf at Dttudaravo.
Beeve Nelson submitted a new pru
position iiiiii reference to whurf fucil
ilies at   liuiiduruve.    ll  hud been Ihe
nlciiiiuu to construe! a breuk water
ul thut point at a cost uf $10,0110, This
breakwater would be 260 feet in length
and according lo llle engineer's reporl
unly llfly feel of il would be in llu
water Kl low tide. Tins would lint be
sufficient Inr wharfage purpuses lm
all lhe i i.iii thut wuuld dcaire lu use
it. The pruperty owners at Duhdaravu
liud submitted a proposition which the
Beeve uud agreed tu present to the
council. The property owners proposed
that a uiinrf be constructed ul a cost
uf from $30,0U0 lo $3.i,0OU, uf .which
Hie district would pay only leu times
and dullurs illie estituuted cosl of the
PHONE 00
"iiulil be uucessary to do a great deal
of rock work. The estimated cost of
the construction of this section was
»loii,ooo. Tho councillors were, "of
opinion tbat it was not feasible fqr
tlie district to finance tlm undertaking
this yoar. The Reovo ststed, however,
t|iat be was advised l)y the depurtmont
timt the sum of $2.1,000 voted by tbe
provincial' legislature to assist this
sectiutt would be paid.as soon as that
umount hud beeu expended iu rock
work. Tho expending'of this untouut
upon tho road would be proceeded with
at onco.
nn iiiiiiiiiii of Councillor Mathers accounts wore orderod paid amounting
in all to $9504.78.
On motion uf Cuuncillur fliutzburgei
plans were passed as follows: The U.U.
Quarter of 1). L. 1I)0.\ the H.R Quarter
of II. L. 1007, Lots 16 tu 21, Block 23,
I), L. 2'H, and thc N.l';. Quarter of 1). L.
1003
Ou motion uf Councillor lljutzburgoi
the byluw to regulate the use of firearms in the ilislriet was reud a socund
and a thifd time uud the byluw tu
regulate blastiug wus read Ihe lasl
time and Dually passed
Coininiiiiii it!ions were received ami
disposed of as follows: Prom ,1. P.
Armstrong giving u list of water re
cords ou Cupiluno und tributary creeks,
as follows: Vnncouver Waterworks, at
per chapter 36, 1SS0; Vuncouver city
1,000 inches; llurrurd Inlel Finnic Co.
foil inches eust and 200 inches west.
Sisters Creek: ti, tliberson, 000 inches;
W. .1. Irwin, 20 inches. Iluulgule
Creek:  Currull lloulgute, lot) inches,
Frum P. C. Gamble, provincial eu
gineer, advising Ihut the application ul
the I'ueilie llreut Kustcrii Itailwuy
Company for approval uf.their ruute
i.m j, through Hie district will be heard
by the Miuister of Hallways on So|
letnlier oth, nt ,'i u'cluck p. in. Tli
lleeve and Councillors Mathers and
(Ijntzburger were appointed tu repre
sent the couucil ut the Hearing.
From tlie liritish Pacific Trust Cunt
I'Uiiv re closing uf ubl Keith liuad
llirough lots 12 and lit, block Ili, I). I.
661, uud from C. 11. Archibald lu like
■Hi'. I through lul 22, block 20, I). I.
365. The lieeve explained that these
applicants Wished In buiid, uud he was
uf opinion thul, if possible, their wishes
ought to be met. Councillor Mathers
doubted if the district could give the
tighl lu use the road before thc deeds
liud been procured by the district Thc
i'-rl. expluined thul the deeds were
wailing tin- compliance with certain
formalities before they could be pru
cured, ll ,'■.'. i iimll;. decided to advise
Hie applicants Ihul tbey should submit
pluns uf their pruperty fur approval
by tne council.
0. B. Mu. li,,i.,M requested the clear
ing of portion* of Hie rouds pussing
Ins property, namely, lols 1 to II,
block 2, I). I,. IUM. Clerk tu advise
thul   the. wurk   cuiiuut   be  undertaken
Conservatives to Build
way of |s-'
u*Ts$s
Arrangements aro practically com
pleted for 'the erection of a new hall
by., the. $ost Vanpouvsr Comefvative
Association. The building will measure forty by sixty feet and mill be Ip-
cated on Irwin Park.
Farewell Dance
Toe Athletic Club guvc a very enjoyable dunce on Thursday evening as
a farewell to departing campers. The
function was bold'in Lawson's Hall snd
was announced as an ottt fashioned
barn dunce. The sttettdauce was good
ami the assembly hud u merry time.
Business Growing
--■Hie- freight traffic uf tbe West Van
couver ferry Company Limited is doing
a steadily increasing business: It has
been ueccssary to procure a scow for
um in," the trallic that offers and the
cspaejty of the new warehouse is frequently taxed tu its utmost to fulfil the
lemunils.
A Good
Present
Bend your frlonds who are Interested
In thc North Shore s copy of
"The Express"
It will keep thorn posted ou all
North Shore Nows and will only cost
you
$1 per year
* ' uiitltT hrou'iil ruiiililiuii of funds, but
tllU    t'Onl     tu    be    aut'UGil    U^lllllHl     lilt'
I'rujKTly boiiolltteii, upon u Irujitutfi'
I'.i i Tin- tu'vtTuI iuembers of (lie
council eiprewcd tbcniielvoi u* willing
to .ul'iini m;i 1$ a bylaw tu tbe rule
payers, provided the tduluiory petition
wan i>rt'xgi)U''l requesting the wiiuc.
linii   it   will receive intention as soou
UK    |iv. .I'll'
J uiin nm liui:i i.-i wrutv with refer
I'lice tu lire i-xlinjiuisliers fur tbe uew
iiiuiim ij'iil hall.   Fire committee to uei.
I'uuiu'il adjourned ut 4:lu.
Concrete Sidewalks
Marine Drive Wost.
A  communication from Mr. Francis
W. ('oulfiebl bruughl before the cuu
cil Ihc mutter uf coustructiou worl, Worl, is progressing on thc con
upon Mut,tie Ilrive from the end ol -Iruclinn of the concrete sidewalks on
section two, uow building, westward luivvsou, ruud. The wulk is now cum
lo t'oulfield'i. lleeve Nelson explained pleted ou the went side, about Imll
lliut this wns a section upon which it   lbe distance lo Keith rom:
Personal Mention
Mr. C. B. Archibald is building a
house uu his property in 1). 1., ii.,!,.
District Clerk umi Mrs. I'eakc mad
a short visit tu Seattle last week.
Mrs. W. A. Thompson haa. gone to
I'riuce liupert on u business trip.
Mr. (1. II. l'euko is buildiug utl at
tractive bungalow on Nelson ruud.
Mr. :■' lln I is preparing tu build a
rt'isdence on lol VI, block 111, I). I,.
504.
Mrs. .lohn Lawson am: daughters,
Misses Bessie and flertie, arc visiting
in Calgary.
Mrs. .lohn Hurt und Mrs. W. I'.
Thompson ure holidaying at llurrisun
Hot i'l'iiii;.:■■
Mr. W. iuuu i ami cuinpuinoii brought
in a deer ami a black bear frum a re
cent hunting expedition iu tbo dislricl.
Mrs. Viilencuve, who has been visiting Mrs. V„ Tucker, hus gune to
I'riuce Hupert tu visit her sister iu
that city.
Mrs. (Itev.) Davis has relumed houie
from Hurliur View Sanatorium, North
Vancouver, where she wus uuder niodi
cul    in. II.    :l
payable half yearly af the rate of live
nor centum per annum, to be applied
for the purposes aforesaid.
ANI) WHEREAS a petition has been
lii-eaonteil to the Council of 'the Municipality, requesting them to Introduce
a By-law for the purposes herein set
forth, which petition has been signed
by the owners of moro than one-tentli
of the value, of land In -the Municipality. J '   ■
rAN|) WH3RKAS for the payment of
Interest on said Debentures, during the
currency thereof, It will be necessary
to raise and levy each yeur, the sum
of 15,000.00;
ANb wir
HKRBAS for the payment ot
the debt when due It will be necessary
to raise and levy each year the sum
of (1158.10 by special rate, sufficient
therefor In each year un all rateable
proporty of tbo Municipality.
AND V'HKRISAS tho amount of
tbe
ill Mi IV VI III       ill        vvi.v,       I AN-
i.orvKii
llj-I.e."    ,W   h.
I   II)-Law   In  liurrow   l>)   way   uf   Ur-
i,cun.,. Ihc aura ol >100,000.011 lur
tbr i'oii"".e of sulisi-rlliliia for aad
iieiiiili In,; shares, In tbr Uml Van-
cuuver Kerr"   t'oBipan), limited,
IVIIKHKAH. It l« deemed expedient
to borrow the sum or 1100 000 00 to
enable   llif   Muitlcli'ulli)   lo  subscribe
for und i ui' I,.,', 1.008 stiiues or sucb
number tin tlie proceeds of llie Debentures Will | un li:,:.    Ut  Die pill  VulUe Of
1100 each In the eupital utock of the
West Vulieouver Kerry Company. Limited: .' Kerry Company duly Incorporated foe the purpose "f k'lvlnii direct
communication bcluco/i the Munlil
palily of Weal Vancouver and thc
City uf Vancouver and nny ultur nearby  cities,  municipalities or districts
AND WHKHKAS. II l» necessary for
llie purpuse aforesaid, lhal the muni-
wholo rateable property of the municipality Is 18,815.707.00:
AND vvtiKitK.vi: the tolal amount of
ihe e .nuinc. Debenture Debt of the
Munlclpullly Is 1880.000.00 Irrespective
of debts Incurred for local Improvements ot which none of tho principal
or Inlerest Is In arrears,
NOW THKKEFOItK the Reeve and
t.'ooncli of tho Municipality, In open
iiieeiliii; assembled enact as follows:
1. !■'", tho purposes atoresat. It
shall be lawful for the lleeve of Ihe
municipality to procure, and he Is hereby authorised to obtain, by way of
loun. from any person, persons or corporations who may be willing to advance same un the credit of the debentures herein mentluncd, u sum not exceeding in thc whule the sum of $100.-
000.00. ulld cuuse the same to be paid
Into the hands of the treasurer ufthe
uiiiiiiclpallty. (or the purposes aforesaid und with tbe object hereinbefore
recited.
2. Il shall be luwful for llle Reeve
to cuuse any number of debentures to
be mode out, each fur such sum of
money not less than 1100 or un equl
valcnt expressed In pounds sicillnit of
the United Kingdom of itie.it urftuln
and hi Lunl ul the value of 11.86 2-8
to ttie pound sterling, us muv be required, and all debentures snail be
sealed with the seul of the Muni
clpnllty und signed by the reeve and
countersigned   by   the   Clerk   of   tho
Munlclpullly
3.   The     '
suld debentures shall be puyuble within twenty yeurs from tho
date herelnufler mentioned for the
By-luw to take effect at such Bank In
the City of Vuncouver, or at such
Hunk In the City of London. England,
or ul such Hank elsewhere as the munlelpiillly may by resolutlun decide
upon.
I. The suld debentures shall buve
coupons attached for lbe puyment of
Ihe Inlerest at Ihe rate of Ave per
centum per unnum on the amount of
the debentures, und shall be payable
half yearly on the lirst day uf April
ond tbe first duy of October In each
and every year.
6 A speclul rale on tlie dollar, auf-
tii li ni lo raise the sum of 18,000 shall
be raised apd levied annually In each
year. Ip addition lo ull olher rates on
all Ihe ruleuhle property of the Municipality, lo puy Interest on the
debt liereliy created during the currency of the suld debt
8. The sum of 18.30880 shall be
rulsed und levied annually In euch
and every year by special rale during
the currency of the said debt, on al)
ihe rateable properly of the Municipality, for Hie pay-incut ot the debt
hereby creuted, when due
7 It shall be lawful for Ihe Municipality from lime lo lime, to repur-
cliuse any of the Buld debentures at
such price or prices as may be mutually ugreed upon and all debentures so
repurchased shall forthwith be cancelled: and no reissue ut nnv debenture
or debentures shall be made In conic-
uueticc of sucb repurchase
8 It Blinll be lawful for Ihe Reeve
of Uie municipality, and he Is hereby
authorised lo purchase wllh the money
so obtained by way of loan. One thousand shares, or such number us may
be purchased by the proceeds of the
debentures, of the capital slock uf tho
Wesl Vancouver Kerry Company Uro-
9 This Bit-law ahull, before Ihe
i.n.'i pusslng thereof, receive the assent of the Klertors In the mutiner n-
(julrcd by low
10 This By-luw. when passed, shall
come Inlo force and take effect on the
lirst dav of OcloMr,  18U'
11 This llv-low may be cited for
nil purposes as the West Vancouver
fern Mpncv  Bylaw. No  8   III!
Received the assent of the Klectors
da1,? of lll>
I mile und passed In open council Ibis
day  of
1112
lleev'e
Municipal Clerk
30-8
n.l  vi
The Scotch Tea Rooms
HOME COOKING
PROMPT BEBVIOE.
CiABROW tt FINDLAY.
Proprietors.
Business Gentlemen's Popular Lunch Pisco.
Breakfast 8.00 to 10.00. Luucb 12.00 to 2.00
High Tea COO Ull 7.30.   Afternoon Tesa.
Short Orders specially attended to.
CLUB BLOCK, ESPLANADE WEST.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS OF THE " EXPRESS"
FOB BENT
TO    III..VI'     Booms.    Kigbth    aud
Lousdale. 1'houe III. t.f,
ROOMS Kim  HKNT- Housekeeping
and single,   llll Hud street east.
FOK   HKNT   Two  li room   cottages,
with water U and l<l. A. Smith k Co.
TU HKNT   Furnished rooms, with or I    FOB SALK   Keslaurunl business   in
without  meals.   Ms gist  street   wesl.    good   running  urder.    Apply   LU   1st
IOU   slreet   wesl. 0 III
TO HKNT Three roomed collage;
guud location. Ten dollurs per monll
Apply Hm A IHU, Kipress Office    Hm
FOH KKNT-li-room absck, IP) per
month. Apply Mrs. Knight, 71 li and
Hidgeway avenuo,
FOR HKNT- li roomed Hal near
ferry, t26 per month. Apply Warburu
iU Fiauu House. tf.
FOK HKNT- Colonial Aparlmeuts, I-j
roomed suite, unfurnished. Impure Did
ascu, Mb street and SI. Audrow's. I'hune
Kill. tf.\
FOB HKNT i'urlly furnished I
roomed I, ii,uul",',, bail', etc., garden
utieMruil trees. Near ear. Apply Wolfe
Morton, 367 lillli street east,       10 V
FOH   HKNT   1 roomed  house,  Lynn
Valley, furuilurc for sale ur rent, gar
d  fowl huuse uml yard, 3 miuulcs
frum car. Apply Mr. Brlerly. Mugcnnis
Avenue. Oil
I1
FOB SALE
FOR BKNT-largo roomy, well
lighted store wilh stable and fi roomed
hat over store, cwucr Lynn Valley and
Centre Hoods. Apply Mcrrhatils Trust
I Trading Co. Ltd., 470  «ill.- St.
Vancouvor, ti. C. If.
TO KKNT--Furnishcd, 7 roomed bun
galow overlooking Lyuu VnUcy Park
on carline. Hot waler beating, and ull
modern conveniences, electric light,
open Srcplaco ate, etc. Furniture practically new. lioul 189 per month. Ap
jdy }. Oould, Crawford Hoad, I-ynn
Vallsjr. M-
FOH    SALK     Apples,    Astrarhau,
Duchess, (Jraveusleiii. Keene, Kith HI.
in
FOH HALK Furniture, cheap. Apply
last house belween Hilh and lOlh Ht.
Ilewlcke Ave. 0»
FOR SALK-Norlh IaiiihIoIc ty,
acre 1n 1). L Ik" Ipt »tW0, or would sell
half. Snap. Hoi Alio, Kipress.     If.
FOR HALK 16 acres west eud of
I). L. 8W, North Vancouver crpwu
grail. Title prior to )W6. Apply Box
A1S0, Kipress (Wee. Ui
FOH HALK Small eouk sieve, kit.li
en utensils, seulers, tubles, chairs, mat
ling. etc. All iu guod condition, Iiii
Chesterfield. On
FOII HALF, Yawl dealing outllt.
pevy, loi.it,,, I shovels, axes, saws
bars. elc. Impute 1. W. Htai Lbuuse
Uruemur ruud, neur Lonsdule. Id I)
WANTKD Hy girl, li, liglil house
work for few hours each morning. Ap
ply  Hoi   A ll'l,  Kipress Ollice        Uil
WANTKD-Listings of Nurtli Van
couver property neur cur line (owners
only). Also of I and 6 roomed houses
Apply 11121, Kipress Office. Iill
FOH HALK Or clcbapgc for Norlb
Vancouver real eslntc, an cipiity uf
ti.-'"" iu HI acres of first class farm
land in Hurrey, Apply Hos A112, Ki
press 'nli.. ii 9
FOB SALK- New live ruouicd bun
galow; mu,leni, tiie),line, piped lur
furnace, paneled dining room; dry lol;
Ity, Mucks frum Lousdale rar, ou 201b
Btreet Kast. 1'rire (9,100. Terms.
Owner, Bus A110, Kipfcss Ollice.
A SNAP—To be sold cheap owing lu
sickness, the owuer is willing to sac
miie away below market value two
valuable lots adjoining Mahon I'ark al
Ihe bottom of Uth street west. For
further psrticulurs apply Armby House,
pn thc spot, m t
WANTED
WANTKD—Nice   unfurnished   ruom.
Bos Al 17, Kipress (Wee. Ml
WANTKD  Situation    Yuung lady
wauls  position   light   housework aud
would be willing lo du children's sew
iug. Address I), Hoi  mil. tk
Mrs. T. C. Holt, 302 6th street Kust,
will be a,l home tu her friends second
Tuesday, Hclcmbcr. Imb.
____^___————^—ta
For line watch aod jewelry work go
lo Oeo. Horucrtun, Ihc new jewelry sturc
uu Uud street.
Dressmaking aud Udics1 Tailor.
I Mrs. I'. Klser, Buom 7, Thomson id "Ck,
N. Vancoover. Ai
l'l A NO -Miss Hilda Kccs, laic of
Leipsic Conservatory, (iermaoy, belween
6th and Oth street, Isl block west uf
Lonsdale.
LOST AND FOUND
UlHT-dohl locket, heart shape. He
ward. Poi   AI l.s,  Kipress OOice. dug
Id 1ST A solid gold cuff bul I on cn
graved initials F. T. H. Hcwiird st Ihis
oflice HID
LOST Cordon Heller dog. Houtlt
Vancouver tag, No. 20. Finder please
""iii*  Uoi Al-'". Kipress Office.
MISCELLANEOUS
(lood young atock bull kepi, corner
Hoblnsou and Capilano roads. W. I).
Wilkins. 6-0
Wheu needing coal or building sup
plies, call up phone 188, North Hhore
l.'oal A Supply Co., Kickhants wharf.
li. H, Katon, manager Note name and
phone mnbii. tf.
Short time loans ou vacant or improved property. Btar l»au Company,
Oil llusllngs, Vancouver. ti.
MONKY TO IsOAN- Money loaned
ou diamonds, jewelry, furs. Star Loan
Co., 614 Hastings, Vanrouver. I.f.
Lonsdale Healty Co., 636 Lousdale—
Agreements discounted at current rates.
Money waiting. Listings solicited, t.f.
ROOM  aod  Hoard   (if nocded)  in
private family,   (lood home for nice
girl.   Apply Hoi AI22, Kipress Office.
138
International Restaurant now opened, (lood meals cheap. Meal tickets
of 21 meals, $3.76.. Give us a trial and
become our customers. 09
Orders for cabinet and picluro frame
making promptly executed. Furniture
aud office Ittings to any design. Jobbing work and repairs of all kinds
specially attended to. Kstimates bet.
J. K. Hsynes, 1236 Lousdale Avenue,
Vntlb Vaacoavw, Phone Mt?.
Authorized sgcut for Singer Sew
ing Ma. Iiiui- Compsny in Nortb Vau
couvcr. 1.1. McAleccc, Dry floods sud
denls' Furnishing*, corner First und
Lousdale' Avenue. t.f.
B,  G,  Livery  aod  Board stables
Light rigs and ladies' saddle horses
for hire.  Stabling for hortea     Oen
oral delivery aod heavy teaming,    fl.
Dumas, lib street west. Phone 117 t.f.
Und Clearing and Orading lots,
Pote Andruss, Oonorsl Contractor. 8e
war connections s specialty, basement
aud other excavating work undertaken.
Kstimates free. 627 Bt. Qeorge's Ave,.
North Vancouver, post office boi UU.
Miss Isabel M. Dsnu, Licentiate of
thc Boyal Academy of Music, Loudon,
Knglaod, teacher uf pianoforte, visits
Norlb Vancouver every week. Address
1102 DeniuUii slreet, Vancouver. I'lione
tiiil'il. Heymour. 610
TQ WHOM IT MAY OOKOHN
Take notice that 1 hays rj entered
and taken possession of lol SS, D. L.
JW.
ifilfi WW,, THE EXWEBB. NORTH-VAHWiwyftHi p. i,, r wmat , iw ifWJBBB^^'*',
§:,;
WEST VANCOUVER
*
DUNDARAVE - D.L 555
Three new blocks of lots have just been put 6rt the .
market. They are situated one block from the Marine ■
Drive and three blocki from the sea, kni measure (Vn
122 feet to a lane. The finest views of the Gulf of
Georgia can be had from these lots. Crowds of people
'have visited and bought at DUNDARAVE this
summer, and the universal verdict is that it cannot be
beaten as a residential district.    ,
PRICES From $650 to $900
TERMS—A fifth cash and the balance over 2
years. Call us up and make an appointment to go out
in our automobile and see the property.
JOHNALEXANDER&Co
121 Lonsdale Avenue and corner Marine Drive and
Marr Road, West Vancouver
^
Job Printing at the "Express"
Don't Take Chances!
Business men aud business houses
aro usually judged by tbe printed mat-
tor tbey send out.
Cuu you afford to tako chances with
your printing when good work iu tbis
line Lustn little, if auy, mors.
We Do Good Work
NORTH   SHORE   PRESS   LIMITED
First  Street  East,  North  Vancouver
We have some good, inside buys;
also good acreage listings Lynn
Valley Sub-division.
9\ Let us tjuote you rates on lire, Life and Accident
INSURANCE
■--'"'  ■■-■■' n   if i.   ■ ■ ■ T
McMillan & reid
i'ii
ouo J:il.
Ill I.ONSDAU'; AVKNIiK
Lynn Valley Note*
Tbs I,yuii Valloy Ratepayers' As.p-
ciiitiiin meet In the Institute Hall on
We,in,'mini next fo; general business
A very enjoyable eveuiug was spent
on Wednesday ut a smoker given by
the l-yiiu Valley Athletic (Dub ill tbe
Institute Kali.
Air. W. .1. Baker, oue of l.ynn Valley's prugressive .builders, has, opened
an oflice in North Vancouver with
Messrs. I'icKiiison It Sou 1,11, Kaplan-
ado Kust.
The Jeyiiu Valley Athletic l!|ul> will
hold iliun lirst iii'iiliiili practice untlte
Boulevard ,""i"ini. nu Hutunluy ufter
iiuiiii nt .'UU o'clock, All interested in
tliu gaiiti! ure cordially welcome.
Some anxiety is felt at lhe disup
peurance of ilr. P. tlralianit", uccimiilutil
who left his Inline on Wednesday, An
gust list li. tu gfl tu bis ulliee in Nurlli
Vuncuuver ami hus mil been heard ul
since.
I.ynu Valley Ilay, September lllli,
is. In lm u gn'iil day iu llie hislury uf
I.vnn Vulley residents, according to tbo
urmugt'iiii'uti, iiui'lc by tlm various com
it toes uf Lynn Vulley duy. Mr. .1. 1'.
i'ruu'fiinl mnl Mr. ,1. II. Knglisli huve
cburgc uf tiic sports wbicb will .nni
uieiico uliuut In u.in. The Iluy Scouts
I leave liy the llulil a.m. ear from
llic ferry uliuut LltHI strong uud proceed
tu tlie purk where il bad been definite
ly decided tu bold all the sporls of the
iluy. These will be open to Hie wliule
uf llie Nurtli Shore und the priacs
wili be numerous. Al ,'l ptu. the opon
ing uf -the purk uml suspension bridge
will luke place by lleeve May, sup
purled   by   Mr.  .lulni   liuvul   mnl   the
iiiiiicilliirs, Mayor' McNeish and llie
ulilerineii frn'm, Nurlli Vancouve;. Tbe
Sixth Field t'liuipuuy Koysl I'uuuiliuu
Kngiueers will l„< iu attendance us
guard uf honor supplement ci by nearly
.inn lluv Seuuls. After Hie upciiing uf
the purk ami bridge llie second sessiun
uf sporls will commence, Refreshments
will be provided by ladies uf lln' Vul
ley iimler llic superintendence of Mrs
,1 M. Frumiuc, Mrs. P. Western uml
Mrs I. A'lun, After lbc sports a pru
cessiun will be mude In the Institute
llall beaded by Hie N. V. lily Huml.
Sixth Field Kngiueers uml Iluy Scouts
where the prizes will lie distributed
by Reeve Muy. A dance will be Hie
chief feature uf the evening programme
in the Hull Chance's orenestra will I,c
in attendance,
Have You Numbered
' Your Houses?
BY DOINCi SO YOU WILL GREATLY
FACILITATE   FREE   MAIL. DE
LIVERY
Mayor McNeish. during Hie session
uf Hie cuuucil uu Tuesday inglit, mude
u special uppeul tu the citizens uf
Nurtli Vancouver to ubtuiu fruni lln
iity hull llic numbers of their bouses in
urder to facilitate free mail delivery
ll the unproved arrangements un* tu I,,'
carried uul successfully it is essential
thul tin- mail carriers shall lie iucun
vciiicncc'l as little as pussililc. Tlie
piuccss uf numbering each home, suni
CORNER HASTINGS AND ABBOTT STS.
Scotch Clothing House, Limited
■■ »■■"
Also 77 Hastings Street East
One Door West Columbia Ave.
SPECIALIZING IN
Stout Men's Suits
>'"fl
H
$1875, $20, $25
New Scotch Tweed Suits in all newest colors
Special Values    -       $12.50, $18.75, $25
Men's Underwear, all weights, 50c. a garment up
Men's Shirts of all kinds       50c. up to $2.75
Scotch Clothing House u
K. GRANT
Financing Construction
of Ferry No. 4
Tlie tiuuiicing ul Hie construction uf:
terry   uumber  fuur uguiu  caiue under I
way wuubl be tu imi" a suhaidi
■uiiipuny   fur  purpuse  uf  Unl,line,
lioul
Mi   llnuii ni;-... ■) tout Hie fact lliut
! the bank was lu loan thy mouey woui.l
PROBLEM   AUAIN   DI80U8BED  RY  render tbe bauk itself a subsidiary com
FERRY  DIRECTORATE puny    The bout would be virtually lbc
| pi.sscssiou of Hie hunk until Hie luun
hu.l been repaid.
Finally the deeisiuu was arrived al
in view uf Ihe legul phases involved
thai I'apl. ('ates uml Mr. Wright
slitiubj fnrui a ciiiiiiinllee In uguin inter
View   Mr    K    I,    Hcid,   tin'   citv   suli
St. Andrew's Presbyterian
Church
llev. IiuimM Muilcu'l, minister. II
u.in. subjeel I nspukcu Inquiries; i illl
p.m. "Obstacles to I'hrislian Fuilb."
illSCUSSIIIII
'lire, luruli
presiding
reslerduy afternoon when thc
met as usuul wiln the mayur
Lust   wick's   arrangement, "
whereby  the sum uf iliit'iflun was lu
burrowed fruni the cunipuny
wherewith   tu   linjmce   tl
haul.
In i
, Hut
Ins worship,, is su
cheap lliul he felt
budy wuuld gu lu tin
it  involved.
Numbers <un  be
ulliee   of   llic   cily
i.n
sure
IUH.
imple   ami',|,„e,  „f construction,  wus  adversely \l     AflrnAS    (  Mill I'll
bal   every i. „,,.,„„,   ,.,   ,'„„„.;„  r t   si, I        °1,  "BUM    VIIUIUI
lhal   every I, r)ti. i^t-.l   by   I'upluin   fall's  uml   Mr
trouble lhat jj|    ,-    Wright,   Ihe   contention   being ORGANIZATION MEETING OF WO
iii.n this sum uml Ihc vessel upou which j MEN'S    AUXILIARY
ascertained at  Hie lit   would  be expended   would uutuuiu j
engineer,   situated' Iically  become subjeel   lo Hie blanket I    At a largely attended meeting uf llie
upstairs ul Ihc cily hall, wlnlc the uu jmurlgugc held by Hie owners uf 112k,
morals themselves are obtainable at uny ouu wurth of debeulurcs.
ludies uf tit. Agues' church held in tin
i i...i.i.  Hull un Thursday afternoon a
lucul  I ui 'uui    store.
I
a
CANYON VIEW HOTEL
CAPILANO, NORTH VANCOUVER
tl M. SLOAN, Manager.
P. LARSON, Proprietor.
-1
SCENIC DELIGHTS, FISHING, MtlNTINQ. MOUNTAIN CLIMBING, Etc.
Unequalled Resort for Holiday, long or short.
Family Rooms en suite with special rates.
Modern appointments throughout, spacious grounds, high class service at moderate rales.
Easy trail to top of Grouse Mountain, altitude 3,000 feet.
SEASON 1912
SEASON 1912
, Cupt. ('at.es feared leal sume big; branch uf the Wumuu's Auxiliary uf
Iraiiscuutiiieulal company whose inter thcMisaiunury Society of the t'liunli
ests woold be served iu so doing,should of rliigleinl i" ''unudu was organized
purcliasc Ibis mortgage and render the by Ibe organizing secretary fur tin' Iiu
situatiuu un extremely awkward one cose Mrs. Van Nostrum!, win,, in u
front Hie ferry company's point ufjneal address laid Ihe aims ami objects
liuw. Mr Ituuil ami Hie mayur. how ni the society before the meeling,
ever, differed frum Ibis standpoint, ar- after being introduced by tin' Vicar,
going lliut tin- mortgage guve ils huld | Her lir. Feu. ,
ers iru power su fur a* Ibe upcraliun of Tbe election uf ollicers was keenly
llie company was concerned. I'apl. Cates contested and the fullowing were elect
was much mure disposed, if money was,ed: Iluu President, Mrs iK. II Brnlg
In be borrowed ut all frum Hie bank, mau; President, Mrs. S Fea; lirst' vice
In ul il in- Dial niiiiiiy fur Ihe paying president, Mrs t'liarles; second vm'
uff uf the tuurtguftc ana evade all cum president, Mrs. S. blackwell; secretary,
plications. | Mrs. W. 0. Howe, I'. I) Bos iltt; Irca
In Ibal case the. mayur pointed out surer, Mrs Noll; delegates In diocesan
Hint Hie city bylaw would bave In be board, Miss Vuuug ami Mrs Feather
resubmitted ll was in consequence of 'sloueltaubh; Icaflol sccerlary, Miss
ilause five uf lliin byluw, whicii sielcl ■ Legh. Sixteen members slgneil Hie rull
Ihul the liual ""isl be completed before of meiubcrsbip.
the bunds could be disposed uf, thai the I At Hie clear of the election lhe meet
bunk hud been applied lu in Hie mat I ing was addressed by
ter.
Mr. Wright contended that if Ihe
mortgage was uul buught back Hie new
boat would become subjeel lo il whatever the method fur its construe!mi)
Hie cuinpany adupled.
■ 'apt. Cates emphasized his eoutenliuu
lhat if tbe money euuld be borrowed fol:
lbc financing of thc building of the
new boat wby could nol tbe eompli
cations be avoided by finaiiciug in
stead uf repurchase of the mortgage.
Tlie,nly hsd now lbe best ruling in
the London market ol any muuicipal
ity io the province.
The mayor doubted whethc rthere
would be auy actual money pass in the
repurchase of old debentures.
The opinion voiced by Mr. Wright
at s previous meeting was reiterated
by t'apt. (Jalts—namely, that the only
wo other ineni
lien of the diocesan buard, uflfr wliieii
lea was served ami a plea nni social
time enjoyed.
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SVMII'SIS IIV i IMI. MINI,Mi
IHl.l lATWNI
i'uul ii.imui. rights of Hie In,inlnl,,n
In M.iiillub.i. BusKulcllcwuli ulld Alber-
a. Hie Vuliun Territory, the North-west
Territories and in a portion uf the pto-
vlticc uf lii III, 1, r,,Iiiiiii,1.1 muy pe I. un
cd for a term uf twenty one years at
an .iiiiiu.il iinini nf || ull ucre Nut
mure thun 2.888 ucrea will be leased to
one u|,i,|l,mil
At I'll, .iin,i, fur u lease must be mado
IN THE MATTER OF W. H. 8TONEY
k  UD,  NOBTH  VANOOUVER
Iu pursuance of an assignment dated
August 2tlh, Vil'l, lo Ihc undersigned,
parlies iudebled lo the W II. : i„i„ ■,
k I'nmpuiiv are lierehy nolihed to pay
Ibe ni'iii'iiii" doe at tbe office of the as
signcc, Wilson A Ferry, suile i, DeBeck
Building, 336 Hastings street west,
Vancouver, B. (!., i,l the carlict pus
slide iiiiuiKjil. who will issue ,.,, ,|,i
lai same.
W, J. WI/iBON,
Assignee.
I'liune Heymour 4784. r
I'J Hie upiillcunl In i„ is,,ii to Ibo An
ur Bub-Agent uf the district In whicii
Hie rights ut'i'il.,I fur ure slluuled.
In surveyed territory the land must
lie described by sections, or Ickal sub-
'Hi i, luu uf sections, und In unsurvey-
ed lerrlluiy lbc Irucl applied fur ahall
be staked uul by tlio applicant hlim
self
luu, I, ui'i'ii, ,,iiun i,lllsi ne „,,,,,,,,„,,,
led by u let ul fi which will be refunded If Uir 11, ni, upplied for are nol
ayollublc'bui nul otherwise A royalty shall be puld un Ibo merchantable
output uf lliu mine ut Dm rale of five
cents per Ion
Tho person operating Hie mlno shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting  for Iho full iiui'iitliy    of
ii" 1.1 lunil   coul mined and pay Ihe
royally thereun If the eual mining
rlglils aro liul being operated, SUcb returns ahould be" furnished al least once
*u yeur.
The Icisc vvlll Include Ihe cool mining
rights only, bul Die lessee may be Per-
milled ti purchase whatever available
surface lights may be considered necessary fur the working of Ihs mine at
Die rale if |I0 un acre.
Fur full Information application
should be mude to Ibe secretary of tbt
pepartmeht of Ihe Interior, Ottawa, or
lu any at cut or Bub-Agent of DomldloB
W. W. CORY.
Deputy Minister tt the Interior.
,.«■  »- Unauthorised   publication   of
lhls advertisement will  not  '
for.
bt  paid
Expreas Olasttttt. Ait. Bring quick
Try tbem.
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Birks' Diamonds
Part are tf o prima reasons why as Diamond Merchant*
wi bava been luccmfitl. They are: First Every itone we
submit-to the consideration of Uie purchaser It perfect 111
every retpect. Second—Beiug tbe largest importers of diamonds In Oanada and cash buyers, wo aro able to sell at
loweit poulble pricei.
It ti known throughout tbe whole Dominion—and we are
ln touch with every portiou of tbe country through tbe me
dliuu of our Ave great stoics -Uiat wo resort to no subterfuge In order to mako diamond union. Every stone la sold at
ltl hiiuent. value, and carries with it um guarantee of per
luoiiun, a guarantee which our unsullied commercial reputation makes too vain iblo for doubt.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
JEWELERS,  SILVERSMITHS, WATOHMAEERS.
I "'mri' li. Trorey, Managing Director
Hastings and Granville Streets   -   -   Vancouver, B. C.
Photography (or Amateurs
By Reflex
s
Money to Loan
On Improved Property at
Eight Per Cent.
No good tecurity turned down
ALEX. SMITH & COY.
NORTH VANCOUVER
Phone 24. P.O. Box 1820
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Job Printing at the Express
ON THINGS Tti QUNEJlAIi
Tbere ia no end to tlio questions
one is asked by tlte tyro in |il|otogra[iiiy
and |ierlia|is it will servo a good purposo if instead'of dealing witb some
I'i'i 11' niui i'l"' e of tlio subject, we take
u kind of general luuk at tilings us
lltoy are and pwleavpr tu sou litem as
Ibey hImiuM -
Tbo moro frequent cause uf failure III
Ituuil camera wurk is iueiirroci expos-
uro and tlte best reiinnly is it,iistunl
practice. It is better ami ejiettpcr In
spoil one roll ul' Hints in guthorin'li o.v
porieuce deliherulely than to be ciu
stitnlly iuukiug exposures uu roll ufler
rpll wilb iiolliing but- disappointing
results.
Notliiug is more discouraging Iiinii
to Ilinl on dcvobipinoiit tlmt tbe lllllll
ur plutes are uguin uiul again fault}
tin llic other liaml nulliing lends In
uive nne eniiliileiiee more I bun eurreel
exposures lunl goinl  priuls.
If thu tiling appears to be ililliciill
lo judge get an actinoinoter opd grnd
nnllv it will be found Ihul exposure
becomei ii inuller pf liubil. Bee that
tbe calliern is perfectly light liglil
and free from dust, Many good nega
lives ure spoiled by tbe presence ol
dust in the camera or dark slides.
Iliisl will M'l tie un llie emulsion Ulnl
unless cure is taken will appear ull
over Ihc negative: in minute spots which
will print black.
Du nul use u brush lu dusl plates
Tap the edge gently uu the pa in u the
Iinini. This is llie bem method ui re
milling dust.   I'o uul put the plate in
waler befure developing .t  iu
the dlsb uml puur Iho developer evenly
ninl iii|n,111 ou lbe I'lule ami keep tlie
dish moving I'J a gentle rucking.
Should j'uiir negative show put. licit is u sure siglt Ihut the developer bus
not tilled ull over uml parts are uu
evenly developed us u result.    ,
He curoful in |>uck!l|g plutes after
expusure not lo place newspaper be
twecn. Tbe printed mailer will ufteu,
be reproduced un the negative I'laiu
paper only shuuld be uscl Ho nul
handle plates or llluis by touching the
emulsion witn thc lingers. Tbe marks
will develop. Handle plates by tin
edges only.
In titling films lu lhe camera ilu um
bl lbe black covering paper become
■ Iii'i. ur liglil will strike Ibe edges oi
llie Iiinm ami fug liiein.
l'u  lul,mil   lilm.  uut   ul'  lbc  camera
North Vancouver City
EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD,
MODERN SIX ROOM BUNGALOW ON EIGHTH ST.
IN BOULEVARD BLOCK.
PRICE $4750
SIZE OF LOT 50x157 FEET
FOB PUBTHER PARTICULARS, AFPLY TO
The  North   Vancouver  Land and
Improvement Company
limited liability
Norlli Vancouver Agents for
LONDON AND BRITISH NORTH AMERICA CO.
limited
543 PENDER STREET. VANCOUVER, &■ C.
Phone Seyfnour 6286
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keop the black papor tightly found
und gum the atrip perfectly tight
round it. It li surprising bbw iiiany
thore ure who neglect this precaution
and thu rosuti is accu in fogged edges
all along the roll of Wins.
Do not use stale developer, Use
fresh every time if clean work in to
be 'lone. The some lliiug ttpplics to gus
light ami bromide print iug. Use eloait
hypo and plenty of it. It is cheap
enough. ■ .
Du uut be in basic to lake Iho negatives oul uf lhe llxing Inilli. I.etue
Iinni nl least live minutes ufter all tlte
creamy appearance has disappeared.
A word abuut lite develupor will perhaps not lie utiiiss. Temperature shoubl
bo carefully noted. Too warm a developer is liable lu give chemical fog.
Tuu ciibl is mil stiituble fur snapshots,
for plates ubout illl tu iin dugrees is
must sttilulile. Du nut attoitipl ton
uiiuii wilh lbe sume rjovclopor. dusl
as a horse is unly capable of doing so
much work su willi ihe developer if llio
best results ure lu be obtained.
Du niii leuve tbe negative in Hie
develuper without rucking ur a mul 11
cd appearance will fulluw uml spoil il.
He careful with Hie llxing both uml
see Ihut il does uut splash intu the de
i eloping ilish.-.Keep il far enough uwuy
lu prevent splnsbiug, There is alsu the
risk nl splashes drying uml lhe parti
iles Hunting iu the air ami spoiling
uny plute it uitiy rest nu.
Keep nil I'llciniculs mnl papers in u
iltv pluee. llu nut be templed lu .In
ucgnliios by arliliciul beat by placing
Ihem uu nr neur a slove. Tbe gciuliue
lilm mil leuve llie support ami run
uml nulliing Inn freak photography will
be seen.
ijuile enough nl "Hon'Is" fur u
week. There lire ninny more but they
mny wail.
i/inie ii uumber of useful little buuk
lets are issued by the vnriuus plale
makers, whicii are well worth receiving
by any .interested photographer,
for instance, Ihc Imperial Dry
I'late Company issue a bandy tile
book iiii "Faults in 'Negatives," which
bus ihe advantage uf being proper!)
illusl rated,
Tbey will be „nl\ tuu pleased lu
niinl a eujiy lu anyone wliu will take
the trouble |u write fur it
Their address is The Imperial Dry
Male l 'I Ll'l . ' li.l.leivuu.l, Liillil.iii,
I'jigluml
Ur il unv nailer is sufficiently in
hn -Id tu -unl a note tu the Kxpress
iilli.e addressed to "llellcx" ami eu
closing stump I'ur postage tboy can be
supplied uu arrival.
Another useful buuk is tbe "l.ctu
llnii'lJioiik ul Photography" which is
published by the Letu I'liolo Materials
i ompany Limited, I I'rutched Knar-.
Loudon, I   i'
This muy ul u be ubtaiued un tin
iiuie terms
t'oiisidrring ilu' number uf phulu
grnphen.   Ihere  are   iu   this   uiv   une
wunl.I   Huiii,    lliere   sliuiilil   be   a   guud
opportunity fur the t'uriiuiliuu nf a pbu
logruhic sucielv There, arc ,niuiiy
ailvaulagc*  in  such  a  ilub   where en
I IiiiisiiisIsiiiuv   meet   aiul   Imi,I    li'iiiui,
Ii.iiii,im ur I,ting |ir>iits aiul negative*
i for ' nl" uui uml ud" ii i There an a
few residents wliu are in, mean expou
cuts I'l  Hie iiii uf th,, camera
One vviiiil.l like In liave their ipiniulii"
imi,I  if ll,,",   uill  write lu lins culumn
I either im "i against il is possible
unu Iiiuiu mn)  be ilune sunn
Police Commissioners
and Turkish Baths
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BYLAW   UOVERNINCl   THESE   EB
TABI.I8IIMENT8 IN COUBBE OF
PREPARATION
J
During cotisiderutiuu uf chief nf l'u
bee Davies' monthly report yesterday
morning the hourd uf po/ice coinmis
siuners, represented by Muyur Mc
Ni'iali ami Alderman Kurrmau, ex
hurled the chief ami bis force
to tuke every possible slep lu ri'l Ilus
nly ut llic Turkish bath int'tiace be
fore il ,i inu,,i I.mu, iuu propnrlions.
Ttie muyur mude sume uulspoken pru
iiuiinccuiciils on the subject, slating in
i iileiitally that he wuubl rather sir
establishments ndurnol wilh the red
lignl I liuu huve bouses iu Ihe cily pre
temlifig to curry on boncst buniuess
while it naiiii doing Ibe exac' up
posile. His worship wa* earnestly rju-
posc'l lo."blinds" pf Ibis description.
He urged the chief to keep u conitnnt
watch on iuch establishments or he
I wuuld soon have an Alexander street
Jun hit hands which would give Iho ile
I mi"" ui nu end of-trouble. The chief
informed the board that already a by
law was in course of preparation gov
cm ing Turkish bulb houses.
Aid. Foreman considered that thin
by law should render it essential for
houses purporting to be Turkish bath
institutions lo have all the usual acres
sums of .a regulation I'slnblii'liincjil;
alio tbat it ibould contain clauses gov-
The Canadian Bank
ef Commerce
n——	
Capital $15,000,001  Rest {12,500,0110
North Vancouver Branch Now Located at the
Corner of LONSDALE AVE* and the ESPLANADE
A General Bunting Business Ttansaclcd.   Inieresl an
Savings Bank Deposits on One Dollai and Uppiatds.        w
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J. A. POB8TBB   ',  Manager.
DID YOU EVER STOP
to figure out how much time your
Clerks waste each day in walking to and from the telephone?
An Extension Telephone
on the counter or desk wili prevent it.
Only 5 Cents Per Day
for eithtf a "Wall" or "Desk" set
Call up the Commercial Manager
^TELEPHONE 98
British Columbia Telephone Co.,
Umiltd
Silverware
Wc arc showing au excellent lino of Sterling Silver autl Plated Ware,
fiutbiug but the highest grade of Gooda.
Our low expenses enable ua to mark our prices, mniii below those wbo
pay high mite    A comparison will prove this to you.   See our windows.
SO'MERTON
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Ibe Stoic of Quality
and Low Prlcos.
199 SECOND B3P-"wr.
crinng tlie sex of Ihe uttciulauts tu be
employed.
The chief's reporl for lin- month oi
August was an fellows: l.'umpljutnls
Iruin citi/ens, 66; reports of consta
hies, ir, summonses served, II; warrant-
executed, i'i. urtielcs fuuml, 1; articles
Inst, lu; Ilull, i. street lights reporl
, i oul, il. The cases deall witn iluring
the mui il were: infraction of litjuor
Bel, il; vagrancy, J; drgnk ami itieap
ui'l' 1; lini'l' uud disorderly, 5; theft.
6; disorderly houses, il; inmates of same
1; frcijucutcr uf sume, 1; infraction of
streel bylaw, I; of building bylaw,
I; nl Indian act, I; keeper uf opium
j.jiii1. 1; minute uf opium joint, I,
iuiiil 29. Thc amount taken iu lines
wus tOi'Mi", (If tbis amount bail was
forfeited lo Ihc amount of iim The
Mm- held pending, the result of the ap
neal of Mrs. Alice Davidson is iflM.Su
The report uf lhe pound keeper wuslo
the elicit Ihul Iwo impounded hurses
had been claimed and lhal eighl dogs
hud been destroyed uml one sold.
Tag Day To-morrow
Appointment  of  Diatrict  Nurse  WUI
Fulill Long Foil Want
Tbe executive of Ibe Board of Trade
ou Wednesday evening endorsed thc
actios of the committee appointed to
furlber the matter of thc catablisbment
Of a nurse of the Boyal Vi dorian Order
in North Vancouver.   This committee
hu<l satisfactorily interviewed Ihe cily
council fur Ihc purpose of asking for
a civic grant, and the waller was tu
be lul,cn up al the next utccliug of
ti;' lieullli i-uinmittce,
The board on Wedneeday voiced an
,,,ii" i request thai tbe ladies uf
llu- nurth shore should render all the
assistum-i' possible lowards Ihc raising
of lhe neceaaary funds fur Iho cstub
lishiuenl uf a lluyul Vieluriau uurse
UU this side of the inlet. Thc com
mil tee uf luilics win eh now has lbc
mutter in huml is as fulluws: Miss
Tliumsun, president; Miss Smith, vice
president; Mrs. Hiinpsun, Secretary;
tits. (Irahame, treasurer; Mrs. Uridg
mun, Mrs. Faster, Mrs.' Duugall ami
Mrs, Kennedy, executive.
Tiiini'ii"','. has been ebusen fur a lag
day, and all Ibuse who arc coguizaul
of Ihc l" iu iiiu which are certain lo
accrue to the success uf Ihc movement
arc keenly desirous uf raisiug an
nuiouut suuicwhere between $000 aud
IM
The order is one of worldwide reputation, the nurses uuder its manage
inrni are ouly thc mosl skilled, and il
is ,piit'i--l"'jnii'l question that an ap-
i i   such as  is proposed  will
prove an invaluable asset to Ihe city.
"tyecd aifjf jnorc talenl for your
moving picture dramaaf" ,
"We might uie yoo. Had any ex
perience as acting without audiences!"
"Acting without audiences la vraat
brought me here."
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THE EXPRESS, NOftTH VANCOUVER, R, C„ FRIPAY, SEPTEMHEH 6, m
THE
north vAir909yj».„,	
EXPRESS
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Publlshtd TuMdays and Fridays by North Shorn Press, Wmittil.
OEO. H, MOBUEN, EDITOR AND MANAOBR,
Bates «f Bubscriptiont-Oiie agar, #1.1)0.   Bia months, tit.   Threo months, 860.
United States and Foreign, I'lm per year.
Advtrtlalng Ratta WUI Ra Quoted on Application.
Tl» Express is devoted to ths interests of tbt Nonb Short of Burrard lulet
exclusively. It constitutes an advertising medium of exeeptional valuo for
reaching in a thorough and affective manner tbe population of North Vancouver
Olty and District, Every effort it marls to give advertisers ths most satisfactory
strviet.
All obangea In contract advertisements should bs In tbs printers' hands not
later than HI a. in, Honday uml 6 p. m. Wednesday to ensure insertion iu tbo
following Issut.
North Vancouvtr, 8,0......
SspUmhtr 6, 1913
QUALIFICATIONS   OF   FERRY
DIRECTORS
■'• .flie system at presrat fnllowed in
Ihe appointment of the Board of Ferry
Directors, from yoar lo year, is such
as to place tho selection of the uuiu
luces fur tbat "Hi"' in the huml, uf the
ratepayers nf Ihc city. Presumably
llm direclurs are appointed by tin'
shareholders of North Vancouver (lily
Ferries, Limited, st tlieir aunuul quel
iug, but the municipality owns pra
liiiilly ull the shares in Iho compuny,
uml those shares are vntud by the
Mayur, who in turn receives frum Ihe
ratepayers an intimation as to the per
sons whom they wish tu see appointed
in the Huurd of Direclurs by means uf
11 1..iii.ii held fur'Hie purpuse ut the
same time as tlie utitiuul municipal
electiona.
This system bus been wurking very
sulisl'ui liirilyybut the ipiesliuii bus Ire
queutly been discussed us tu whether
I lure "i vn 1 nut to be laid down by liyluvv ur l,y resolution, or otherwise, a
sluled property i|ualifieatiuti fits' a
pusitiuu uu tbe bullul fur ferry director.
As Ihu mutter stands al present there
■ I,ns mil uppear tu be any rpiulillcatiun
whatever required fur Hie position, il
is ipiile true that thus far Ihc I,miu
lm, Iiiiii composed of men whu were
"liners uf considerable uinuunts uf
mill) in the eily ami who have iu ull
olher respects conformed lu the ipiuli
li, nl lulls  laid  down  by  law  for civic
I .,Mlmils, but ul the same lime lliere
bus beeu uu pruvisiun that wuubl pre
i.ui thuse who are tint thus ipialilicl
Irum .,11,,,1. i.u a position un Hie board.
The Hoard Of Ferry Direclurs operate
und control whut is one of the most
vital .interests of the community, ami
II does not appear, therefore, lu be
advisable Ihut the pusitiuu uf director
should bv uiiiiu, ilm devoid uf those
urdinary safeguards winch arc con
si'lered requisite wilh reference to oth
er civic pusitiuus. As a board they
are receiving and controlling large ami
rapidly increasing revenues which l,e
lung lu the people. They are likewise
i-.'l'tii'liiig lor I,oats ami general ferry
equipment, from time to time, large
sinus ut muiny, void by Hie rulepay
its lur tin ' purpose, lliruugli Ibe
medium uf tin- pun-hose uf stiures in
tin'   compauy.
They ure shaping llie policy ami cou
trolling the administration of a system
„t transportation whieh at Hie preseul
time constitutes' the sole regular means
ut giving uur citi/.eus access tu Hie
unlsi'le wurlil, a system which is de
stilled to grow to very large proper
Duns, ami a syslem which must ul all
stages l,e um- ot the must vitul factors
in the development of the city.
In view uf the esseutial features of
llie situation, il would appear to be nol
only justilieble but imperative that
< iiiuiii qualiUeatioua should be laid
down for Hie position of ferry director,
one of winch uiighl veiy reasonably be
thut each candidate shall be lbc owuer
of really to the value of a staled
amount iu the muuicipal corporation
whose funds are invested infllic ferry
company.
Ail uf the pruvincOB west of the
greul lakes will enjoy au increased
uumber uf representatives when tbo
matter is adjusted to lbe last cutitus,
while iiniuii" is the uuly eastern
pruviuce whusu rcpriisuutatiuu will bo
Increased.
liritish Columbia huving a population
in lllll of iOflHT) will have thirteen
members in the uuw lluulc instead uf
seven as at present. The exact frac
tiuu wuulil be ,18.711, but the Acl pru
vnles that in the computation of
the number of incmburs a frucliunul
part uf u number nut exceeding une
half nf the whule uumber requisite
fur entitling the pruviuce tu a member
shull be disregarded, but a fractiunal
part exceeding one half sliull he etjul
valeut tu Hie wliule number, hence this
province gets the uddiliunal nniiubor.
Ou thu same basis of represcnlutiuti
Hie number of uiouiburs fur Alberta is
Increased front 7 to li!; for Manitoba,
from 11) lo HI; and uf Haskulchewun
from IU lu HI. The lulu! represent*
Hon of Hie Wesl will therefore be ia
creiiscl frum III in a Huuse uf 111 lo
ull iu u House of 'lilt.
Given in detail the comparative rep
rescntuliiin of Hie several provinces of
the Dumiiiiiin under Die ul.l order ami
iimler the new will be us follows:
Old   New
Quebec    '..   tin      tin
liritish  Columbia      7       HI
Onlurio        mi      S3
Alberta    ,.     7      VI
Saskatchewan        HI       Di
Manitoba       In       Ifi
New   Brunswick        VI      13
Nuva "S.-olis         IS       Hi
Prince Kdward Island      I     ' .1
Vuknu          I       1
Sixth Field Company
Canadian Engineers
Orders by Idsuttntnt N. B. Bohsrtson,
Oouiiutndliig, Stptemuer ., »8W
Tolal..
331     838
ClIURCH NOTICES
•"lllllll    V HI III  n  11
SI. Aadrew'a I'nsli, 1, il.n I'turet,
Kellh n,..,,I :„, ■,!,,.', Morning, 1180;
. v. inn,    7:30     Adult llllile Class,    8:10
Bunday Bchool, 2:30. V )■ a 1: I.', iiu-n
day. al 8 p.m. Prayer Medina, Wed
neaday,   at   8   1  in.    Chuir    Practice
DOMINION   REDISTRIBUTION
On  the basis of, the census returns
nl  I-"il, Canada with a lutul pupul
liuu of 6,111,Di hud a Dominion I
Inlure consisting .of 331 ineinlier/f and
011 lhe l.usis of Hie census of ilill, giv
ing   a   population   of   IJIUfiit,   the
Ottawa House will nmia/ia total nietn-
liersliip of 1830.    Tint it nol  su large
uu   ni'reuse us  w'nilil uppear. uu  Ihc
surface of lloegs, to be called lor l.y
Die   iiit-tetjaf ol population.    This  is
due to title faet that tlm uu;l of repre
seuDifiuu   will   be   larger   under   the
liu'irt decade than il  was uuder Hie
'preceding.   The unit of roprcsontatiuu
for ull of Canada is controlled by tbe
number of members giveu to CfnShtt
province, which is Hied by Ihc Hrilish
Nurlh America Aet at 60, The effect
of this is seen iu thc fact that under
the returns for IIHI1 Quebac, with u
pupulutiun of I,HI8,ism, had «5 members, or one for every itftp) of the
.population, which number, accordingly,
became the unit of representation for
the Dominion. Under the I'M I returus
Quebec bas a population of 1,•mi,ill.
wlneh with tio members gives a unit
of representation of 10/111, which for
the population of the entire Dominion
as above gives 281) at the membership
at tbt House after re distribution.
Friday, al I |, in Kev Kunuld Mucleud,
Minister.
Mclkudlal I'kurek -Comer uf Sixth
aud Bl. George. Bunday Services. 11.00
a. m und 7:80 p 111 Sunday Schuul and
Iillile ' 'lust, 2:30 |i n, Benlur League.
Monduy, I |, m Prayer und Praise
Bervlce, Wediiesiluy, 8 p.m Junlur
League, j'hursduy afternoon at 3:10
Paator, W  r Bchliichcr
SI   tan..'   (fcurck   Corner   Twelfth
and ll'.uli v.,,,1 Sunday Services:
Morning Prayer, 11 u 111 ; Sunday
School 2:30 p m ; Evening Pruyer, 7:80
0 in. Holy Communion, nmi and llilrd
Sundays In month, al 11 a.m.: aecond
Sunday In month, 8 a. in Itev Samuel
Feu. M. A , Vicar.
! Salvailoa Army -I.onsdale Avenue
Sunduy services, 11:00 a in, 3 p.m and
7:18 u in Tuesday, 8 p.m : Tbursduv,
8 p in    Children's Service. Wsdncoda),
1 p. m.
Uaiiilal    I'kurek -Twelfth    and    Bl.
Ueurge Services at 11 am. and 7:3'<
n. in Bunday Schuul and Bible Class
ol 8:30 nm Prayer and Praise Service.
Wednesday at 8 p. in Paalor, Hev A.
J. Prosser. Twelfth uiul St  Qeorge.
81. J "iiiu ike Knncellsl, Klghlh and
Thirteenth HyTy Communion, I a ni
Morning Priurer, II a.m. Kvenln*
Prayer, 7:30 ii in On the first Sunday
In the iiii.nili there will be a aecund
cclcbrutlytr/of the Holy Communlun
at II u,tn    Hector, Hev  Hugh Hooper
M. l-'Amaaft I'aikulle Ikarcfc, Sixth
Muhon    Avenue     'Sunday—High
tt   and  Sermon,   10  uni.    Sunday
uoi, 2:30  p. in.    i'osary and   Bene-
iiiiii,,", 7:80 p.m    Friday-Low Mass,
8   a. in     Pastor,   Hev   J    A.   Retard,
O. M I
Ia4laa (alkollc I'kurek at tt. Paul's.
Mass, 7:80 am, Sundays. Pastor, Hev
ti. Pcytavln. ONI.
krlallaa Selraee - - "Klmberley.'
Chesterfield Avenue tbetwoen Fuur-
1.uuii and Fifteenth streets). Sunday
Services at II am. Testimony Meet-
Inn. Wednesday, 8:00. p in
MIHTll   l.lluiSIIAU:
St. Thomas -8 a, rn„ tvery Sundav
except mm Sunday In month. 1:80
a.m. first Sunday In month. II a.m.
Matint, Litany and Sermon, secoud ana
fourth Sunday. Holy Communion and
Sermon, first and third Sundayi. Vicar,
Kev. T. E Howt.
i'rr.O) trrlao I'klirek -Sundays, 11
a m. and 7:80 p. m. TJUlHJay School and
Bible Class, 8:5(1 p in. Teachers' Training i'luss, Wednesday, 7.SO, Prayer
Meeting, Wednesday, t p. in. Boyt'
Club, Thumduy, 7:80 p.m.   Choir Prac
Meeting, Wednesday, I p.
Club, 'riioisitu>■, 7:80 p.m. ~
tke,, Friday, I p.m.   H. Van Mounter
M A , paator.
hint VAIihrit
Prr.i.jifri.a <kurek-Woriblp. Sundaya, ll   n ne  uud   7   p.m.   Sunday
School, 8:18 p.m.   Potior, Rev. A. Mac-
Aulay.
Heikool.i (kurek Worship Sundayi, ll a in. and 7:00 p.m. Sunday
School, 2:16 p.m. Paalor, Kev. <;
Faktley, r;
ti. Vltmeat'i, l.sm vatlej—Matins,
11 a.m. Sunday School 2 80 pm. Even-
eong 7.00 pm. Holy Communion second
Sunday In month at U.M am. Normal'
3  Thonpaon In oba<*<.
No, 38.   Guard of Honor-
KxtrSct from District Order Nn. ISH,
dated at Victoria, B.C., Illst dsy of
August, mi", is hereby promulgated:
A Uliuul of Honor with Iiiiini will bo
furnished tt Nortli Vaueouver by the
Sixth.   Field   Company,   I 'nun.Iiiiii    Kll-
jiineei.,, at a place and lime tu lie arranged locally on Ilis Hoyul Higliness'
visit to North Vaucouvor.
The Company will parade in review
order, with rifles and siiluarnis, nn
t'rity, tbu "mli day of Boplvmliur,
llllll, at the Drill Hall, North Van
couvcr, at a time tu be huruaflur or
dared.
No. 36.   Church Parade
The Company will parade al Ihe
Cunipuny lleudipturiers uu Sunday, the
Bill day uf ,u 11, iui". 11113, ut III
u'cluck in Ihu fiireiiuun, when lbe Com
pany will atleml divine service at Ht
.lulni'. church. Dress: llcvicw urder
wilh siiluarnis.
No. 38.   Command—
l.ieitleuuul N. It. Uobortsoii having
returned frum leave, lakes over com
iiiutnl uf lhe Company from ihc '.'ml day
uf September, IUI3.
No. 87.  Duty-
Tu be drderly Sergeanl emliu^ 'lib
duy uf September, 11118:
Nu. II.   Sergeant 11. 0. Onglilon
Next fur Duty:
No, 2.   Sergeuiil Henry Holland.
No. 38.   I'.ii .i.l.-ii
The Company will paia.lc ut the Drill
llall, Norlli Vancouver, Monduy ami
Thursday evenings, at s p. tu, until
further ordertd, Dress: Dri'l order
with rifles uml sideurms.
N. II. HOBKBT80N, Lieut.,
Officor Comuiaiiiliug,
Why Not 0
DoItNow •
BBF08B   VOUR . VAU.   HOBpfl-
OLBANINQ
CITV OF NORTH VANCOUVER
Tsxss 1913
Nulice is hereby giveu tiiul Ine re
bate un IIH- Tuxes pusitivcly doses ou
Monday,  Betember   Hilli,   Ibi:'
Properly owners or their agents not
having received requisite tax notices,
cuu ubluiu lliem by applying III the
City Ilull, North Vancouver.
S. IH'MI'IIIIUVS,
Collector.
TENDERS WANTED
Tenders will be received by the uu
letsigtieil until ,0 p.m. Tbuisduy, Sept
jlitber Villi, V112, iui clearing block
I'll, District i.ol til, Nurth Vancou
ver cily iu accordance with specifics
lions to be ascertained ou upj'licaliuti
to
Till: NOHTII  VANCOI.'VKR LAND
Si     IMPROVEMKNT     ctyMI'ANV,
I.IMITI'.'D I.IAHII.ITY,
6l'l Pender Slrect,
5-8 Vancuuver, I). C.
C. D. GOODMAN
Architect and Builder
I raftsman Houses aud lluuguluws
Humes uf Individuality. 1 r'eirficld
lluilding, Vaucuuver and Norlh Lous
dale P. O. Seymour MM
NOTIOB
Iu  tilt  Matter of Thi  Leonard-Sale
Company, Assigned
The creditors having giveu imperative
uiuiiii'lions to collect all oulstotiiliug
aeeuuuts, parlies indebted to the abuve
Tho Leonurd Sale Company." are le
ipicii'il lu call and settle their iudebted
uess forthwith. This can be doue by
eithjir calling at tbe store, ¥11 Lousdale
Avenue, Norlh Vancouver, to the man
in charge, or at the office of Wilsuu k
Petty, Assignees, mt Hastings Street
West, Vaueouver.
W. i. \JllHOti,
if. Assignee
I M V«A'
txptmincti
PATENTS
HlNt*aar,||M|fj[UJ(
c Diiul in ntul seo us.   Wu will be only
tun pluused tu show you our samples.
W.H.Stoney&Co.
Ill Bapltuailo West. Phuue HU
(uext iu l':iiiei."iii, Qolilla k Hail,)
N. V. WOODYARD
10,000 cords of dry Ilr wood for ipiick
sale. Price per odd cords, llllh. Spt
clal quotations for larger quantities.
Cut Wood, 13 Inches, $:i.'-'/i. 12 Inches
•3.B0. r. 0. D.
Office and Vaid — I -fill and I Jiiudale
I'lione 190.    P. O. bo»2432.
SONS    OF    ENQLAND     BENEFIT
SOCIBTV
Lodgo Western Bote, No. litis
Meetings in this lu'lgu arc held in
tiic Kniglils of 1'ylhius llall, comer uf
Chesterfield avenue and fourth street,
uu llie lirst uud third Friduys iu each
month, al 3 u'cluck p. in.
- I'oiiiiuuuicutiuus uiiii applications fur
membership lo be addressed lo llurobl
Lees, secretary, P. O, bux 3811.  13 7 13
ATENTS
wm
SECUPFI)
In ull Countries Ask for uur Inventor's Adviser. Marlun A Marlon, 861
University Btreet, corner SI Calherlne
Slreet, Munlreul. Cunadu, and Wash-
h,Kli.n. D C. I). 8  A.
Vancouver Buiineu Directory
BUBINEBS (JOI'I'EUEB
SPR0TT-SHAW Business College
3i6 IJ h.-Hints St. W.
Ctnada'e Greatest Waalarn  School
B. J. Sprott, H.A., - -ManaKti
REAL ESTATE
Yorkshire Guarantee & Securities
Corporation, Limited
440 Seymour Streel
BEAsi ESTATE
UNI) ANI) MORTGAGE
INVESTMENT
ESTATES   MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
U. Kerr Iloulgale - - - Managu
RESTAURANTS
All North Vaucouvor ptoplt ttl al
LEONARDS'
l.iilici Flack lllock ur lluilinid St.,
o|i|i',siie tbo new pust ofbee. I.c.iiiihI
wilt bis lea by the pound.
	
Shooting!
THE  DUCK  SEASON   OPENS  MONDAY
SEPTEMBER 2nd.
We have a large range, of SHOT GUNS and
ACCESSORIES, also a complete slock of
elys;dupont
SOVEREIGN, REGAL and
U. M. C. LOADED SHELLS.
JOHNSTON & SALSBURY
THE HARDWAREMEN
90 Lonsdale Avenue      Next to P.O.
•
Stationery That
Excites Comment
is clone by Norlh Shore Press, Limited
■11. '
the firm lhat studies "Better Printing"
Phone OA
NEXT TIME Ov
PALACE HOTEL
Second Street  Last,  Norlh Vancouver,  B. C.
Possesses the finest roof garden on the Pacilic Coasl.
Band concert every I'riday evening from H lo 10.
I lot and cold water 111 every room.
Rates:
European Plan only $1,00 a ilay up.
Weekly Rales $100 up.
Meal Tickets $100.
L REDA. Proprietor
The Commercial Union Assurance
Co., Ltd. bUT        PAID $4,250,000
Quickly and piomiitly on account of tbt San I'i jucuco tarthiiuake and Urt.
How nuny c.iinpjiilcii could do ilin-v
Itt umt'l* amount to fllb,00U,uv0   ■
A iioital will  brlim  our rtprtttutativi
PERCY   KING
Eotldeut Agtut
IU Lomtdali Avtnut aud OtnUauo Oai Ttruiluut
Pbottti: Loiutdolt 167. C»jill»uo Ml.
n
We solicit the trade of all builders who appreciate
I tigh Grade Goodt at a moderate price, and tlw
prompt and careful filling of orders, which our large
stock and long experience in business makes poeaible,
Burrard Sash & Door Factory, Ltd.
l'OOl Of BT, Gl.iOl«ili ST. NORTH VANCOUVBK
-*-
{
A Double Ender
50 x 175 ft, on two graded roads, 17th St. and Yorkshire
Crescent, close to Fell Ave. carline, and all cleared and
nearly level.   A Snap at $2,000, One-third catJi, bal. 6 and 12 monthi
mm  ■'  i mm-      t——■ | ——tf
Offlco Phono 173.
fttaUtnca pi»nt m
MARTINSON & CO.
62 LONSDALE AVENUE
•v. o. vet mi,,
———     ' '
NORTH VANCOUVER !
ffl^WWpUtH,,  ynii^lHI*)*-^ T -r-r   .„.,—
iorth Vaacouver Business
and Professional Cards
ACCOUNTANTS
r,    lusurunco linuiunlcc   lt..ii.l:i
FELIX GRAHAM
Auditor ami Acunuiilunt
mi i.iiiibiIiiI.' Acuniio. p. ii. ii„t nn.
Norlh Vaueouver. I'li'iiiu I'll.
PHOTOGRAPHERS
—   CARBUH
Studio  ovtt  Bonk  B. N. I.
I.ontdalt and Esploiudt
BAHBBRH
Underwood'* Barber Shop
IS NOW OPEN
at A LONBDALB AVENUB
-   FBBBY W11AKF
OOHTBAOTOKS
I'lans aud Estimates furnished free!
Impairing,  remodeling,  tti.,  promptly
Ulli'lidcd tO
J. W. BAKER
BUILDING UONTEAUTOR
Lyon Valley, B. 0,
Allan Iinini notr WchIovci. I'. 0. Boi
10, Lyuu deck, B. U.
CIVIL  ENGINEEKS
ANGUS J. CAMERON
A.M.I.li. b B.
CIVII, UNUINEER
Irrigation, ilrulnugo, levela, plun,
and ipocificutions. Septic Units nnd
homo drainago a spcciulty. I'. II.
Boi '111, liitli itreot went ul llowicko
Avtnut.
TAILORS
Students
aciety
E. I.AURIN
High Clan Ladles' 'mi (Junta' Tailoring
lto|iuiriug  aiul   Alterations, cleaning
ami Dyeing iu all ill brauchoa. All
Work gutrttttctil.
iii first siici'i wost.       i'Ii.m." en;
NOBTH   VANOOUVBB   TAILORING
(.1. Ian*)
Ladles' and Qtuti' Olttuiug,
Prowling iud Kepairing
> Specialty
I'll) Second Street But
NOBTH VANOOUVBB, B. 0,
TINSMITHS
N.V. Tinning & Sheet Metal Worki
First Street Bait of Lonsdtlt
Lowest prices ami best work guaranteed on tinning ami sheet motal work.
SAW FILERS
»
GROCERS
)
J. H. ENGLISH
0. K. OBOOEB
Ami general namiuisslttn Merchant, 13
Lonidale Ave., Norlh  Vaucuuver.
I'lione 621
SAW FILBB AND OBINDEB
All Iiiiiiiu ul' saws Olcil nnd sel ou tbo
shortest notice. I.u hii mowers, knives,
help' shears uml scissors sharpened. All
wurk guuruiileud, uioderute priees.
D. DOWIE
Iill Lonadalo Avouuo Phouo ib
HOTELS
TEA and COFFEE
BUTTEB and EOGS
We are specialists ill these lines,
HUME & CAMPBELL
121A Lousdale Avenuo
UAB1NET-MAKEKS
W. NIELD
Oabluet Maker and  Carpenter
Will millennia' all kinds ul' wood wurk,
repairs, etc.
Fourth Sited and Sutherland Avenuo
P. 0. Bex 2006
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
LYNN VALLEY TEMPBBANOE HO
TEL, NOBTH VANOOUVEB
l)n Hie 'in line. Hoarding, meals,
good accommodation l'»r working men.
Contractors' men boarded. Ily. East
"dl, I'ruprielur.
WATOHMAKEBS
Is yuur Wulch slopping or keep ig
irregular lintel   if su, seo   t
A. J. HOOD
I'lniicer .Jeweller. GO l.uumlule Avenue
NOBTH   SHOBE   PBES8   UMJTED
Job      I'lllll'  In
Publishers of the "Express'
First .Sheet East Pboue 80
TO BE LET ON LEASE
Rooming House or Offices
On the Upper Floor or the ,
KNIGHT BLOCK, Esplanade West
NINE BOOMS
Wide Enh.mic aud well llghlcd Hallway
For particulars apply to
London & British North America Company, Limited
iM.'li.'ii, McFarland b Proctor, Ltd)
013 i'cii'l.'i Streot West
(Phone Scymum lilUMi, Bcutal Department)
'i
Piano Sale
Io reduce ftoik to make room lor new goodi.
We arc selling a number ol returned (rom rent jiianoi
at great reductions in price.
All these instruments arc in jicrlccl condition, and equal
to new.
YOU CAN SAVE
30 PER CENT.
by buying during the sale, which terminates on September 7th. Terms ol $20 cash, and $10 a month if
deiired.        .   .
1 '"        » '  ' "■ll" "■ ■■
The Warburnitz Piano House, Ltd.
443 LONSDALE AVt. PHOVE 114
Tint the youths tnd maidens pt tlie
loi'A) high schuul are iletitnuiuuil that
the problems flf the ttge sliull eunlintie
to receive their copsitlfriitiei! i|1111"!'.
this coming winter is evidenced by the
iiiiieiiine qf « iiici'tiuj.' heiii recently.
Members qf ibe High School ',iii'im.<
Saeisty .qiiyiipeil lm the purpose of
electing ofticers ainj boforo a motion qf
adjournment Wtt Iq qriler tho 'uMin-
jiik list huil been drawn up ami ail-
optoi):
lion. l'ro»ldoiit-Mr. M. 8. McDowell, chairuiau of the Boaril of School
Trustees,
('resilient, Muilgo'Qill.
Vice president, Sadie Hardy.
Hei lelilll   lleil.nlllel,    Lillian    Hull
Cuntroiltec of    li'iiiiu.'inei'i,  Wallace
Shore, James ii' uu, n ami i   (lilt-
bun.
The society's iiilention il tq hqltl
fortnightly sessions whercut questions
uf general interest unl moment will
Ire ilebuleil anil voted upon. Tbese
meetings will lulte placo at the high
school ovcry ullemate  l'u,lui
Tiuu is |,iniiili,li Ihe lirst club of ils
lnnil to re mobilise ami chouse ulliccrs
I'or the | in lu,, uensuii. There ure twu
or Ihree runiurs in lhe cily of uther
debuting societies ubuut to be foriueil
ur reformed, but apparently these
plans are not yet ripe to materialize.
The lending lights uf u local church,
fur instance, are eager tu spend piri
oiiicul evenings iluring the winder in
this iiiiiiiini while u hi uuin r scheme,
likely lu develop ou a somewbal larger
scale, is being itoailily furlhured by
iiieti who have been members uf sue
ccssful clubs in Ihe past. tjiiile u
uumber ul' lbe mule residents of Ihc
ily pleasantly recall the acl i vii ies of
a big debating suciety iu Vuncuuver
several yearn Igu, I'liuiiiiencitig wilh
humbleness that wuubl huie delighted
the heart uf Uriah Hoop, this parti
Milar urgunlxatlon annually increased
Is membership unlit ii becume literal
ly representative of lhe cily. Lalcr
still, il became uluiust representative
ul' the pruviuce, for Ihc debates held
under ils- auspices wele nlli'ii'lcd by
Members of lhe provincial purliuuiciil
und ulher, pcrsunages of high oflice,
There is nu reason uu curlli wby Ibis
community with its present coraplrnieul
uf intelligent citizens, shuuhl nul have
in its uildsl a suciety uf like character
ami influence,  '
Tiic usefulness uf orderly .ilis> ussiuiis
Kimlu. tol uu lines as»^'srly us pus
siblc "j j i"muni iii;: those uf purliamen
lurv debute, is beyond question, Kvcry
geuerul clcciiuu, when inipurtunt issues
are involved, the fail in made manifest
lliul uliuut ninety per cent uf tin1 elec
lurate are sadly ill ucijuninlcd with
Ihe pros, ami cons, uf the said iaauos
This condition uf affairs is due tu ei
ther luck uf 'lesire ur opportunity to
hear bulb sides of llie iprcsliuii to be
voted upon. If it is due lb luck of dc
sire otic cau only lour one's hair uml
ivccp, lur it is a distinct sign ol uu
liuuul decadence, If it is due lu luck
ot opportunity lbe situation cuu quick
li be rcnicilioil wilh a little co opera
tiou.
The students uf Ihc high school cu
ilciilly believe tbut prevention is belter
Iiiun une. They ure determined lu
lake lime by the fun-luck uin! probe lur
themselves intu lbc Hydra licu'lcl prub
I, in- nl the duy Muy last week'
preliHiiitaries be followed by many m
leiesliui ami fruitful discusyiuns,
S.P.C.A. Officer For
The North Shore
INSPECTOR  ROBINSON  AND  THE
RECENT RECOMMENDATION
Dn Wedneiday Inspector H k ilul.
insuu, -lull inspeclor of lbe Vancouver
bomb  uf  Ibe British  Columbian Fo
■ij lot lbc Prevention ol Cruelty lo
AoiiraJn, crowed the Inlet for tbe pur
pose nl inquiring into mailers per
laming to the wur., of the society on
the uurlh shure. His visit was in pur
Miu",' of a request rceeiveil at bead
quarters thut an olliciul shoold be de
iinini lu prevent cruelly lu Nuilli Vou
cuuver animals exclusively. Hitherto
Ihe society's Work un this shore has
beeu covered by Ihe Vancouver slab",
and, as everyone acquainted wilh the
farts will admit, has been covered well.
There il i feeling abruad, how ever,
lhat it would boiler soke Ihe interests
of the animals of Ihia cily if an ui
rungcmcul of Ihc kind suggested made
il being rightly contended that Ihc
rity aud district together hive be
come too large and well popolntcil a
regmu, bulb wilh human uujj animal
life, lo continue under the prescnl
system. Tlie recommendation has been
ttiuile for Ibis reason uuly auil nol as
l result of auy dissatisfaclion wilb lhe
way iu Whieh the society's wurk here
has been bandied iu Ihc pail.
• 'balling w)lh a representative uf
the lurprni on Wednesday, Inspector
lii'l'iiisi.n said lhat he had just con
eluded a tour of inspection and lie.ee;
lainly had fouud everything very sal
isfictory. The animals employed on
itreet work were apparently being well
treated, any suffering front ailments or
sores being oniy used fqr wprk which
was not too heavy ur calculated to in
jure them further. It wus, the iuspec
l"i piiiiileii out, :i iiiinliike to always
lay up a homo because qf unnie smull
ailment, luxcreine qf u light nature
had iIiii lame elfoct on an animal as
upun a iiiiiiiini beiug in many casoBof
sickness, Ho had been rather karri
Hod, huvvovcr, to notice qn Liqnsilalo
avenue a leiiniiilnr tie bis burse's till
tu a part of the rig iu qriler to make
tlte boast haul away at ita lumi. This,
the iuspectur characterized as cruelty,
l'That sort qf thing may be done day
after day in the bush," ito milled, "but
it '.Iiiiiii.Iu'i be '"ic.ilod in a civl|izod
citv." Plainly the work of the society in ..mill Vu iiiun wi must be
centred upuu |,unsdulu avenue where
tho grade ,, n.i, ,,, heavy hauling .
proposition in itself. Teamsters wure
tempted lu muke unit journey suffice
when their lnml wuulil justify twu jour
lieys. The iuspectur thought thut Ihe
teqii"' t for the appointment of an uf
Heer fur North Vaiicuuver was a guml
one, and he purposed rccoiniiieiulilig tu
llic sin leti thul be shoulil detail u
man tu'luuk afler Ihc animals uf this
city and ilistricl uuly for ut any rale
uue triul month and see huw mutters
went  along,
Commenting uu the pust wurk uf Hie
society over here, tlte Iuspectur emphasized the grout assistance lie liud
ull ulong received from'Chief of Police
Davies ami Chief uf I'olice l.ifliiti mil
their respective forces, whose coop-
oration hud Hi a very great extent reu
dcrcd il pussiblc fur bim tu liiel
things Unit illuming su generally sal is
factory.
h
A Note of Warning
There bus,been issued, by the diree
liuu of Ihe minister of agriculture ul
Oltnwu, u conspicuous poster calling
lhe atleiiliun uf potato growers lu Ihc
importance uf e.vuuiiniilg their cruplu
ascertain whether ur unl il is infoclc.1
with "fulalo Vunkcr." The hanger
"Imu ■ in natural culure a pulnlo plant
the whole yielil uf which is nilc id
by Ihc disease, 11 ulsu shuvvs Ihe up
pearancc of individual tubers in ulmh
Ihe canker bus started lu wurk. drawers wbo discover suspiciuus symptoms
uf the disease iu their crop ure re
qucateil lu send affcrlud specimens lu
Ihc Dominion Botanist, Kiperiiueiilul
Farm, Ottawa The poster is issued as
Parmer's Circular No. 1, of the Divi
siun uf Botany ami is being distrib
uted by the Publications Brunch uf
the Department uf Agriculture
Egg Laying Contest
Held Uuder the Joint Auapicoi of the
Britlab Colombia Poultry Assueiatiun
Vaueouver inhibition Boaid and Iho
Provincial Government
Total   eggs  lunl   up   tu  end   I'f   tenth
mouth, August I'iiiii,  llil-.
('en     Class Kggs Unl
Nu.     I.
2   Wlnlc   luul,,,,,,, ...  »ll
!l       " " ..   iii
II " ...  Ut
III "       "  om
t      " Cl
III      " "          b-ii,
\p      " " ..'.in
li     "      ••    , iti
'ID " " ' ilol
Tl      " " lit")
I " " uli
,', " " '"'i-i
;     "       " ,'.',',.1
.':' Hull   I., gli.'ii. iiiii
t White   Leghorns ..   .            .''.Hi
II Brown leghorns ... I in
1 While   Leghorus lit
L'l Aiu'uiiuh  lit
l'l While   Ugboms     I.'I
10 "        "               ISO
Ifi     "        "               IWI
i;    "      "        inn!
11 "       " idl |
claw II.
.is  While   Wyandottes •*'.*-
II Rhode   Island   Ucl-      ...     lui
III Hbii'lc   lllatid   Beds       11.10
"   I..,,     Bucks         691
ill    Wlule Wyainlolles        ...     ii',12
If   Barred   Bocks    IWI
Kl   Bull  Orpingluns      oil
'It illio.lt'  Maud  Beds i'i6u
it Barred  Bocks     tl'l
•IP Hun" Bocks    Vii,
.1 While Wyotiilullcs .. Ul
I..   Buff Orpingtons    130
lie   Partridge Wyaudutles  Ill
19 silver Ueed Wyandottes ... iU
26 l.'oluuibian Wyandulli*  3W
li   Silver Pencilled Wyainlolles 36(1
MORE MONEY IN HARD TIMES
AIT INVESTMENT MADE flf W*}
DOMINION  MATOII  COMPANY
LIMITED WILL PAY HANDSOME DIVIDENDS   '
PIR8T PAOTOBY  AT NEW WEST
MINSTEB, B. 0. NEABLY COM
VUVTViD
MORNING
Whul is Ihc day for when il sialics
I P IHfough llie gale* of morning,
Guiding a wurlil through golden wniles
All of Its ways adoruingl
Ho  we may  rise  wilb  a fresh,  llrm
heart,
l.i" li wilh a will to do his pari;
Glad he may give in wurd and deed
All Lhat a wailing world may need:
Tasks that shall mellow all the niolles
Bright wilh a hope's new horning
Thai's what   Ibe  day's for  when it
smiles
I'p llirough the gatei of morning.
'very progressive ■ persou is always
qn the look out for some investment
that will be a source of income during hard times. Vou may rack your
bruiu frnm I lu '.'■ and It nil be Impossible for you to Und nu industry
that is so lilllu effected by times and
iiiii,lit inn:, ua the uiiiiilii ui'l mi' gnil sule
of matches. Did it evor occur to you
thut in hard times when nearly every
industry iu practically puralizcd that
tho intitch inunufaclurer is experiencing llil most pruliuble period. More
men are oul of work und il is a well
kituvvti fuel thnt men smoke mora out
uf employment therefore tbey burn
mure mutches. The Indies ure more
careful uf the g|s, as tbey rruluc
matches ure cheaper lhan fuel. Thc
match manufacturer is able ulsu to sc
cure his labor uud timber cheaper
During the yeur 18113,' wheii the
I'nifi'il Wiilcs wus experiencing its
hardest ptrttir, the Winmuml Mutch
Company pni<j its largest dividend. '■'■■'■
per ceul , llll H^UIII.IIIIU'
The opportunity tp Invoaf ip tlie Dp-
million Match Compauy I>jim>teil kit
New Westminster, H. ti., ii fait slipping through your lingers. A fay
more tomorrows ami it will be too late
us the shares are nearly all subscribed
for the factory building la cpnjpleted
aud the underwriter! hope to be turning out mulches iu UO days. With an
output ef une ear load per day, counting 300 uml. dayn lu Hi.' yeaf, the
factory can earn 42 per cent on one
million dollars. As this is the parent
company investors will also participate
in 00 por ceut. oi the earning' of
three other pluuts which will be built
iu the eastern provinces. This is uot
the time lo doubt but it is the time
to act and buy shares in a company
that is really going ahead and doing
suiuetbing. lt i. ''i-i imal dl that shares
iu the Domitiiuu Mutch Company will
soou euiumanil u great price, su if you
ure interested in malting mouey by
speculatiuu or if you want an invest
went Ihul will puy you a good dividend
year after year, call at 00 Lonsdale
Avenue und learn ull ubuul the new
process uf making mulches, Heu the
machine lhat will perform tbo jvork of
tin nperulives. Shares ure lelling it
119 cadi. Terms cun be arrniigcl if
doiired.
■
first Vu, tuty Buildiug Just Complet
ltd at Nesi Wciiliiiinstei, B. 0, Capacity, eut arliinrj of matches per day)
il. G. GAZETTE
The  I'icvlei'iiiil Governor in Council
bus been pleani'il tu make llic follow
mg nppi.iulmem*.;
tjeymuur de I'pntsys' Ureeue, uf Duu
nui, tu lie police magwlralc fur  the
UIV    of   Illllllllll
Herbert Welch nf llu.i'llvi., lu be
uisessur inul culleclur fur the llmiftcca
ussessinent districl Iuuu lhe Is) duy
tt September IOU, m lhe place uf
ilotles   W    lluini r.   transferred.
{< W Nurinun Saunders, ul Prince
liupcn. Ju be a clerk in llic ollice ol tin
guveriiiiiiiil agenl al Husellou, in Ibe
place nl  13,",i" it   Welch, promoted.
Kreilirii, J-nine Plenty, of llle cily
nf , , I,in.l lu In ,i clerk in lln- stalls
Inni bureau Itoui Ibr 1st dav uf An
gust, I'.llj, in in.' pbi'.l "I P. 1 tiehl,
resigned
J,.uu A Mi Must't ul I'nii'. Ilup'erl,
i. Ve n junior ilerk hi Ihc olhcs si lhe
"uv'iui*,i,i agenl al 1'rince llup>il
ii.iii  thi   Isl  day ol   Augusl   llll:'
Kreilerbk Ueurge Kuvvl.es, ul Ihe cily
ul Victoria, /larttstei al luu, lu be a
uolan public
William liriilulis Mi Mvnn, tu be war
I n cl  tiic piuvui'iiil ga.'l at Ookulla
from lhe )»l day of August, lllll
Tbomai Smith, uf Ihe clly of Vau
cuuver, lo be chiel constable for the
Vuncouver pulne dislricl fruni the Isl
dav   of'September,  IHIS.
Arthur Sampson, uf the clly uf Von
"uiivii, tu be chief constable for Ihc
Allierni police dislricl Irum Ihc 1st duy
"I September, 1012.
Tu be commissioners fur lulling alb
dntjjs   iu   the supreme   courl   for  Ihc
purpuN.' of ucltng under llic "ptoviu
' ul elei'linlis acl" in llic electoral dis
inel   iu   which  lluv   reside.  Such ap
poiulmeuls will expire on Ihe Hist duy
uf  Deceniber,  IIMSl
Sl.ieiiu Vlleclurul Dislricl -
Alan Klscy Jcusup, of Masset
Hubert   Wliilesidc. uf Bella  Bella.
Janics N   lluuicr, uf Iiiven Inlet
The fi.lluvtiiig   certificates  of   incur
puralinn have been issued:
A'tne Cress Ltd., Athletic Park Co,
1,1,1 Capital Trusl Coutpauy, Ltd.,
Iluine Builders' luvestmeut Co. Ltd,
l'acillc Sale. Association, Ltd., Port
lumi Canul Tunnels, Ltd. I uuu personal
liability),' Booko llorbur Water Co,
i.t,I, Mnll/c Manufacturing Co. Lid,
I'ni versa I M "lnl I'lun).- Cu. Ll'l.
Boyi and Girls Take Notice
WL  IIAVK THK UIIHRHT  AND  BKST SKLKiT'l(i.v  OP
SCHOOL   SCI'l'LII'S   KVKB   SHOWN   IN   NOHTII    VAN
nil 'VLB AND OIII Vb)lcFjl AUK HIGIIT
J. E. Stouieii's Book Store.
(N. 8, Book and Btatlotiery Company).
it Lonsdale Avenue PHONE 101
NORTH VANCOUVER COAL &
*    SUPPLY CO., LTD. ,
DEALHUIN
^Coal, Brick, Ume, Gravel, Sand, Plaster,
Cement,. Lath, Sewer Pipes, and
General Builders* Supplies
Offic*: 56 Lon»<W« Avenue.   Phone 1»S
WM: Foot oi St. George.'. Avenue.     Phone 17*
.
1 11 u: r,/\i iM^xai nvi^m v<ih^vmy
Commencing Monday, 9th Sept
"
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
Everything to be sold within 7
days. Now is the time to buy.
For cash only.
Delivery to all parts of the city.
Remeipber the date—Monday,
September 9th.
1 AVENUE GROCERY
CORNER Uth AND LONSDALE AVE.
NORTH LONSDALE
You can buy a 50 foot lot oh Osborne Huml. l'/i blocks eaat of
Luusdale Aveuue, for IUO0.OO, ou loun; of one uuartor cash, and
lbc balauce over 18 months.
STREET CAR INDICATOR CO, LTD.
i'hiiuin  about this whilo One Dollar Shares aro selling for Fifty
Cents.   CALL or WRITE for Prospectus.
HOOD & SOUTAR
213 LONSDALE AVENUE
Phono  IW
P. 0. Box 2397
The Monarch Malleable
Range
u ■ ^—m^^mmmmnnnmnmmmnmm, mmnmmmmmmmmmmn
Everybody knows lhe Monarch. ,If yon intend
purchasing a Range this fall, il will pay you to investigate llie Monarch, ll costs less, lasls longer and
burns less coal ot wood than any oilier malleable range
sold in North Vancouver.
Patterson & Goldie
HARDWARE
Phone 86
105-7 bplanade West
If you want to succeed in business on tbe
North Shore, ADVERTISE in tbe "Expreu"
LOANS
INSURANCE
North Lonsdale
Oheapeet homeelU In North Vaucouvor, 10 ft. lot within i blocka of
Lonadala Avenue, ouly filb.m. Terms U6 cub, t, It mi 18
months. '
CARDINALL & MaeGREGOR
101 ESPLANADE
Local Agante for British Empire Hem Inaurance Oo., London Aaauranc*
Company
Wa will ba plfuad to have llatinga; alao homes for aale or rant.
Phona %U V.O. Vii UU
• •
ainm.yiai».iiMtiuiii.i8^j-aiMaiLiiU3Am^.
|1»|4.
Proposed Piitrict Suk
ky theGpv#rw»ent
INDEPENDENT  SURVBYOBfl'  BB
fOh)*t RB0OMMENDBD
At Victoria yosterilay a plan of tho
west half of l).J.. .803 in tha ilislriet
of North Vaueouver waa examined by
members of the provincial government,
(he council of the ilistricl on tho re-
I'liiiiiiii'ii,luiiun of ils |ilumi committee
having previously pronounced the sub
division an unsuitable one.
Mr. Angus I'liiuiTim spoke as tbe representative of the owners of the jnu-
perty inyolveil, while Ihe ilistricl council was represent cl by ('puu. Loutet.
Those delegates were received by Premier McBride, Lieut.-Governor Hater
sou, Attorney General Bowser, the Hon.
i'u, u i lii iiii ami Ihe provincial secretary. f%
Mr. Camerou conteudeil that othor
iiinii' i iuu of nearby properties had
boon passed by the district authorities.
Tho owners nf the property concern-
oil had already received len applications to purchase lots, thu prices of
which were to be about $700 or (300
an acre.
I'oun. I."in,! sluled lhat the sululi
visions mentioned in this vicinity had
been passed previous to nil I when the
council's plaus committee was formed.
The councillor contended that the grades
leading to this property from North
l.uusilale varied iu places from 33 per
cent, to oil per cent, ami that it would
ion' in uiiv be iinbossibie to got lumber
lo the , pruperty. Photographs were
shown giving au idea of lhe nature of
tlte ground ami the grades in cerium
places.
The Premier appeared surprised that
a subdivision shuuld be loculed 3,3110
feel ubove seu level. While nol wishing
lo ri'turd auy possilde eettlemeul the
government did uot wish to mukcj a
mistake in approving pluns where the
conditions were quite unsuitable, llle,
iherefore, usked the owners uf the pro
perty to bear the expense of an independent surveyor's report, a proposal
wbicb was agreed lo by llie owners.
City Council
The folluwiug i,'luul   of committed
were rceeiveil and adopted:
Board of Worka—
He  letter  regurding  sidewalk   fruiil^
Lionel Itjchardson uu Muitlund avenue
belween   Somerset   street   and   li/iin
Valley trail,   rlecommeuded that side
walk  be laid.
lie letter frum A. ti. fenlund apply
ing for sidewalk past lot 7 77-660. He
commended lbat sidewalk bo laid on
the south eitle of Hidgeway connect
ng willi the present sidewalk easl.
Ile letter from F. W llullou recom
mended that sidewalk be placed on
1 Ut Ij street from Kidgewuy aveuue casl
Io   lol    It.
He   letter   from   Matthew   t'arr ami
P.' Ellington. Becommouded that a
idewalk  be not  granted iu lbe uiiuii
imc.
He lotter from N. V, Trust t'u. lid.,
un behalf uf Mrs. .land i'ow asking that
sume 'lead trees uu Hist street near lol
L'l 1,1 liili, Mt. John's College gruumls
be felled. Hecouimi'U'b'ii that this be
'lone.
He letter from Mrs. I'haa. Douglai
asking thai the cily pay I'or a cherry
Ine destroyed by the grading on ilni
street. Hecomuiomlcd I liul Mrs lluug
las be paid fli.
He letter from Howes Proctor k Co.
asking fur estension of lime fur Ihe
eomplotiou of conlraela fur supplying
crushed rock. Ilei'ommeiirled that the
contract he extended tar m period lo he
Used by the city engineer.
Da letter from Colin V. Jackson wilh
account for damage done to window W'l
fp cattle feed amounting to *8.76. Re-
commended that this he paid.
He letter frpm (J. V'. Jackson regarding damage doue by water by tha
filling up pf Htli street- Referred tn
the engineer to report.
He tetter from QenUI k. young re
opening up nf Sutherland avenue. He-
commeiiileil Uiul Mr. Voung bt Written
to to appear before the Hoard of
Works committee next Thursday anil
assure tbem tbat he iutends to inul.I
in which cuse the street requested will
be opened.
Recommended ilml a wagon road be
constructed on 8ml street from Urson
road to lot 88.
Hei'oiiinii.'iiili'il lhat 81st street be
graded from St. George's avenue to
Ridgeway.
Rueoniiuonileil that Miss Margarel
Nelsou, stenographer in Ihc treasurer's
oflice receive au increase iu her salary
of |6 per month which sum Is to he
charged to local improvement ac
.iiiiiii
Lanes Committee -
Ro letter from the inspector of legal
uiii,-i-i,. Victoria, regarding admission
to tho land registry ollice for Iho per
pose uf searching tjHes. Reeumtneiideil
tbat a eupy uf this letter bu sent tn
the Atturnoy-General, and that he bo
written to, drawing bis attention tu
tbe fact that at thc time of the writ
ing of this letter and at the present
time work of the kind referreil to is
being done by oHiciuls uf other muni
cipalities, who are uot solicitors, and
that in their case uo charge is made for
searches ami also stating lhat as there
has been in many cuses a duplication
of conveyances to Ihe city and to other
persons it is noccijsary for the pur
poses of the city's ussessinent roll
thut the titles of a lurge number of
lots be searched to liml out frum the
dales of registration whether the city
or the ulher pcrsnns bud priority of
title.
ALD.    DICK   OIVBS    NOTIOB    OF
MOTION
Al Tuesday night's meeting of the
city council, Aid. Dick guve furmul no
lice thut ut Ihe next sessiou of the
council he purposed moving,the Intro
iluctiou of a bylaw tu divide the city
into wards, in view of Hie fact that
the voters' lists hud to lie completed
by the end of November, the alderman
pointed oul that il was essential that
the council should make some provision for the ward syslem which Ihe
iui, lunl sanctioned at ilu last election, Other members of thc couucil
agreed wilh the view expressed by Abl.
Diek.
The uclion of lbe local ferry direc
(urate   in   approaching   the   provincial
;.,'.'uuin ui iii respect lu dueling ile
bris and driftwood in the harbor has
received udiciul cmlorsation from Ihe
Vuncuuver Huard uf Trade and the
Vancouver Cily Cuuucil on the recom
mendatiou of tin- HacW Improve
unit   I llllillll I Ice
BIRTHS
Tu Mr. and Mrs. W. I>. Hogg on Ks
I'luiiuilc west, a sou, Sept. 3rd
PROFESSIONAL LAOROSSB
Tomorrow's lacrosse match ut He
creation i'urk, Vaiicuuver, is the last
league gunie of the professional league
for Ihis season and boll' teams are
."pecially anxious for a win.
NEW STYLES IN
FOOTWEAR
Our lull stm 1/ ii arriving dailp, and ue ask pau lu pap u,
a viiil miti look (Inin over. We can suil llie mosl patlicutat, in
:Inle. price and qualilp.
We have several tables in our afore tiled mill HEAL
BARGAINS in Lou Cul,, Summer Shoe, and hioken lol,
of heavier shoes suitable far Fall Hear. All Ihi, season's goods;
il mill pap pau to look (hem ovtr.
Wt have 10 different makes af Men's Working Boots,
from $1.95 la $10.00, lo select Irom, in ti'-'imh lops to 20
inches; all guaranteed solid Throughout.
NOTE THE NAME
WOOD & SON
Ute Wo9d-P*ge Shoe Co. ,  '
P.O. 1815       FIRST STREET EAST "      Td. 393
NOW THAT THB SEASON HAS OPBNBD, WB  INVITE  BVBRY
ONE TO VISIT OUR STORE AND EXAMINE OUR OOODS.
WB HAVE THE LARGEST AND   BEST   STOCK  OF  GUNS  AND
AMMUNITION IN NORTH VANOOUVEB.
paine & McMillan
NORTH   VANCOUVER'S   LEADING  HARDWARE   MERCHANTS
Phone 12. FIRST STREET AND LONSDALE
■ i
JOB=
PRINTING
AT THE
EXPRESS
KOH BALE- Slave or furnace wood
IS inch to 1 feel. Apply ti, A. Lindsay
riii.n,■ i'i.! ti in
KOll SALK Owner wunls mutiny -
I roomed bungaluw uu fill fl. lot in
garden, Htj blinks frum Lunsdule. l'l,
HUH Ihis month unly. Terms easy. Hux
AIJ7,  Kxpress. I.f,
«
Domesticated ludv would assist ten
iu oue, fuur or live mornings weekly.
Light bouse duties, cooking, sewing,
ironing.   Mi". Kxpress. HI ll
Too Late to Classify
I'i il.' HKNT -Urge front room bed
ruum, furnished, suit Iwu friemls. Ill'
per month. Photic Ilul after tl p.m. Ill :•
TO    LET—Very    nice    unfurnished
EXTENSION   OF   TIME
i'iiiiIi  ty, bluck frum car line uml Huu !
levard. 116 per month.  Apply  I'. 0,1    Notice is hereby giveo that the time
Box 2528, Norlh Vuncouver. In !l for the reception uf tenders fur Iho coo
■ slrucliun of Ihe Victoria Hurbour, R.
WANTED—Route  boys   to   deliver  c„  Breakwater, is extended  to  Wed-
the Kxpress. Apply al tbis oflice. nes.lay, September le, 1UI2.
 '       "~"™ Hv  urder,
WANTED   To   rent,   nice   II roomed
R. ti. DKSROOHEBS,
Secretary.
Departmenl   of  Public   Works,
mi.iw.i. August 23, 11112.
I|   Mill   ut:    ,,i„   |u   li.l", ill*,    In   llil. I* '
I itluuiu. -'l'l"
ullage,   particularly   t>   in   ill),   tins
A121,  Express Ollice. Oil'
Some Everyday
Drug Prices
Enos Salt  75c
Zambuk   35c
Allenbury's Food  85c
.Allenbury's Food, No. 3 55c
Pink Pills     35c
Peroxide, per Ib '. 65c
Cuticura Soap 25c
Baby's Own Soap 3 for 25c
Anti-Colic Nipples 5c each
Absorbent Cotton 35c Ib.
We have constantly in stock a complete stock of
Bed Pans, Doiiche Pans, Hot Water Bottles, Irrigators, Elastic Hosiery, Abdominal Belts, Batteries,
Electric Belts, Trusses, and, in fact, everything in the
sick room line not usually stocked by smaller drug
stores.
Phone 311 and your order will be rushed to any
part of the city.,
North Shore Drug Co.
P. S. THOMAS, Phra. B.
Druggist, 116 Esplanade West
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