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WPRTS V*POPV«R, 8,0., JtypAy, kvavw 18, 18U
Number 47
Police Court Hftpptmiiigs
' Qff Wednesday mPFpjpg W»|t«B .'ft-
Owbi ww pto^ m iwo IpIw-
t|oni with. «ll(reat.jpg Wl will an/I
mifpitim »p •*»*H w hir, !.pi|
ttltif mipg ♦hrwtpnlnjr tangling a-
winK hii WI*F-i»-l»W! ito' o>i
i»lfln»*ti<)» wei lui.i by Mri. Ftnr-
opoo KoOprobe, tba will, and Ihu ioc-
opd by John i'i.wuII, tbi luihoi i.i
l|w. Mr. Buggies appeared for Ilu
prowoation apd Mr, Ball lor tbi An-
fpnae.
Tbe wholw case oppeoridjp lie ope
q| washing a good .kni nl dirty fiiioi-
ly linen In (be police court, mid al-
tlwugh ip Un upshot llcl'oinl e was
mulcted |u the coil! ol both anions,
oral in the fint pane wu bound user
ip two sureties of fSIHI each opt him-
Hll ip 11000 to tap the peace lor VI
inonlhs ppd. ip the icpond wpi liOTind
over ip two sureties o| IHHI ciicii apd
himself in 1604) to keep the pooM toward .lohn Cowall, Ihe evidence ml-
duoed did not appear to show Hint
much damage bad been done or oven
threatened.
From the statcpiepts pi the wife op
Iho witness aland, it seemed Ibst
ipianvla betweeu the couple had leu
numerous, and lhat the present nnd
culminating one had arisen out ol her
wished to absent herself Irom her husband's house on Ihe evening of tbe
Uih. She had been out during the
afternoon and llct'ombe, who had only ieiiiiii.il from a business trip to
Montreal last Thursday, desired her to
remain at home in the evening. She
however, went out, and il appeared
that her bulbbiid followed and met
her with her tislera nn Lonsdale ave.
and oiileml her home.*~ When the
parly arrived at tbe goto to the_gsr
deu of the residence, it is alleged Ibat
Mcl'ombe pushed his wile into tlie
house and that he went even so lar
at to put his hand op her throat.
That was about all lhat was seen
b>' any of the witnesses, but scream*
were allerwands hoard (rom tbe upstair! of the house.
The landlord, Hr. Fenncr then in
lerlcrred, and lulil llcfoiubo Um* ht
would have to get out because ol the
language he had used and Ibo disturbance he had made. This Hd'oinbe
apologimd (or. In the nieiuil me a
brother-in-law hud gone lor a police-
man, deeming discretion to lie the
better pari ol valor, and us a remit,
alter u scuMc between the officer and
Mcf'ombc, in which Ibe latter rec iv
od a black eye and the former some
punishment, McCombc wus locked up.
During Ihe loregoing, according to
Mix. Mel inul).', it wus lhat MoTombe
uttered Ihe thivals againsl his lather-
in luu. whicii were the subjectt of Ibe
second inlormulion. She hud said to
him lhal il he touched'her again she
would go to her lather, and ho re
plied, so il is alleged, Ibat if she did
she would shortly lind herself minus
a futher for he would hum up I be
bouse ami nil that wns jn it.
This evidence was corroborated lo
n certain extent by Mrs. Farmer,
who taid lhal she had overheard tho
I limit bul that she could not repent
ilu words ol it. She had often, she
sniil, board llct'ombo uake threat.,
agnliisl his father-in-law, but she
did nol laker Ihem seriously.
John Cowall, Ihe fa'bor in-'nw,
was pul on tho aland. He said he
had only heard the threats repeated
lo bim by bis daughters but lhal
nevitlWuss ho was iu fcui of Ihem
and asked lhat ihe prisoner'be hound
over because he knew tbst ho was.il
violent lniiu.1 and bad twice been in
on asyhifc lor making threats
against Ws own bit her and b)! bro
Ifaer.
This wat explaina! by Mcf'ombe's
I counsel ai Ihe result of un accident
which McCombe bad sustained when
ht was • child.
John Cowall comes from Montreal.
Mr. Bull, in hii defence, attempted
l« show that there had been a systematic attempt op the part ol H»
wih/e reletiw* lo poison her mind
against her husband and he charac-
teriasd Ibe whole matter as merely a
family row with a technical atlault
by Ibe husband while be was enlore-
ing bis right! to making Idi wife
st#y at home.
Mr. MeComte op bit own kahali
denied the alleged threat and said
Ibat Ihe only |*Veat he had made
was (bat be would tfcow up tl> record ol bis wife's l»mi|y lo (he population ol B. c.
John Wemar 9ff>miamipi who wa«
remanded op Tuetdey in order Ibat
a physiciin might MaBWM Vim with
regard to IM lilt* of Unwind was
brought up nm r* Fa^iWw
morning-   Ot. 'ItyWPiop, Who   made
tht ntmnwtiop, itaUd. (bet be could
jj talhamt wroas with tin mantel
nn mnmwe)  psi"s t"mr rw ui' in i
state pi the prfippsF w\)i) had origin-
illy beep charged w(tb Yigrauoy. T9
rcpapHu|9(<i to. wai lopprf pp ((>
It*.** II ? aw p» Tppiflpy nwfWng
by .Cpp'iiabin Prirpo vpnAet'm alwpt
l» W ailpleas mapp»r arn^ wai took-
eA pp.
fin being brought before the magistral he made a rapiWibg lt»l»wnt
thirl, be cppld ooa/iippp|jy (ear the
voice of hii lathe* in a gfamOPllPflB,
and appthw tint to wm borp ip '68
but was only ton ye»ri pl|. ' Wl
*ai jriyap pplil Vi o'clock on Wet}-
nesday to get ppl p( (own.
District Council
The most ini|iortuiit fuotors of the
pieelipg pf the district, council held
lust night   were Ihe   award   ol Some
ba|f do/en eiiniiiieiii fqr tbo improvement of roods jn the di.iniel.
With regard lo the I .illoo.il Trail
(he Clerk |o the district had oonsull-
ed the solicitor lo Ihe mupioipality
nine; Iho last meeting and bad been
advised that (be district had nothing
whatever to dp wilh (he plans made
lor a subdivision. The best that the
council could do was lo notify the
parly fo keep the block open as the
jots could not lie so)d. Cppn.' l.ouiei
put ip a word fpr |he protection ol
(be innoivni third party who might
be persuaded into buying such lots.
Il was discovered Irom an old plan
thai Ihe old government road is the
same as McKay trail. This plan (ol
Nr. Ogilvyj from which Ihis was
learned) was left in Iho baiids of the
engineer lo report, upon.
Plans for the propose sub-divisiou
in B. I.. 817, block 38, Wl were approved as were plans in B. L. 1087.
s.w. I ami I). I.. IHiti, n.w. 1 and in
B. 15, I). I,, till; subject to u coiTcc-
tion jn the lot  lengths.
The report ol tbe finance commit
i»e recommended payment of accounts amounting lo <SI2o\f>0, that of
Ihe Hi ..nil ol Works lor amounts ol
$1,832,118, and that ol the waterworks
lo the amount ol H.itMl.hl. . Tbue
were all approved.
The reeve and Coun. Allan and
lawson were appointed delegates lo
moot and confer with Ihe delegates
Irom Ihe pity council nnd the Board
of Trade cancerning what wus best to
be done in the mailer of the harbor.
'Conn. I.iini'i moved thai the ,(ii. .
lion ol opening up Iho IJIIooel Hail
from Norlh Vancouvtr to |jil|ooutbv
oiice uguin taken up wilh Ibe government and alter some discussion Ihe
reeve was appointed lo we Mr. I..
Car I i-i Cotton in the inn I lei and
learn il nni tiling could lie done. This
mailer hud onoe been turned down by
tbe government.
The reel,, and Coun. Allun und Law-
sou were appointed a committee lo
nwel the Telephone Co. and to Confer with it as lo the installation ol
a telephone service in I he district.
Thit would include I he West I'm I.
Hollyburn and the l.ynn Valley.
In his reporl as lo Iho widening of
l.nnsdnlc Avonue, Die clerk lo the
disfrjjoi stated that he hud seen
Mr. Wagg as he bud been inslructed,
and that Ihe latter wiw most complacent in Ihe matter. The requests that
he made were of minor iniportanpi
with what he was giving. Tho couu-
cil iiuliioriAsI thul the icpnsls be
granted and the widining bo carried
oul,
With regard lo the Bovorcourl roud
pet it mn Ihe 'Iiii, had ascertains I
Ibat the aggregate of tho pro|ierly
owned by Ihe potrliiuiers fell sbor|ol
Ihe amount which would uul horise tbe
council in going ahead on Ibe loeol
improvement plan, but ho (bought
Ibal it would lie mode up.
Tbe engineer's reports included Ihe
improvement ol Sussex slreei and
his .•stimuli, for Ihe work was 1871.
Ho was authorized to call lor landers. The same action was taken ip
(be matter of putting ip water from
the easterly end ol Keith road across
B. I.. 471. As to .the piling work on
Ihe Hollyburn wbarl tbe councillors
who look Ibe trip to While Cliff to
day were authorised lo make a report
lor the ne.vl nneting.
For the rest lira correspondence re
reived mostly conceinexl demands lor
roads, sidewalks aud water which
wore in roott coses aoceeded to.
The engineer was instructed U) obtain an cuiimale for a foot bridge
to make the Seymour Valley necii-
tible.
West Capilano ConservatrjfeAssociation
mil  was milled In tlte
Capilapp
yppipg,
A Mil
ranks of
p||   Weilnesii
milium nf the
servnlive  Assoi'iati
ilelegnliuii from thPy^th
Asniieiutiini   w|s
coeilings   wbjj
fwopf'
wcrp
liarniiniy and euiliusiasiu
T||p oli^Jftp
follows
prganlratj,
far
Pun-
pppiirppi
Vipcopyer
pr»-
id  by
Minn)
resulted
BtlMiilpnl, f. 4. T'lPP'l'iPP;
Vice I'resiilenl, .Inhn Tearo.
Heerelury, W. A. tlraliam.
Treasurer, I'uyson  C'ldpills.
Kveciiiive Committee: Messrs. I).
U. liiinn, Qeo. Miirr, B. Colpitis ami
■I. l\. Brady.
President   W.   A.    Thompson     was
eil'''led   represelllalile 0|l the cei'iiliie
WATEE HOTIOfi.
Notice it hereby giveu that uu ap'
plication will he made under I'art V.
qf dip '! Wa|cr Act, jwill," tp obtpiu
a licence in Iho Norlh Vancouver Division of New Westminster District.
(a) Tho name; address and occupation of (he applicant—Corporation of
(he City of North Vancouver.
(If lor mining purposes) Free Min
it's Certificate No	
th, The muni' of the lake, stream ur
source (if unuumcil, the description is;
l.al.e at the upper cm! of Lynn Creek,
uu right baud branch going up stream
(elcv. 'im feet ahovp Burrard Inlet).
(c) The point of diversion—At
Palls at mouth of i.ake.
(d) The quantity of water applied
for (iu cubic feet per second)—Blur-
sge purposes.
(c) The character of proposed works
—Building a dam and raising level
of lake during rainy season.
(f) The premises ou whicii the
waler to he used (describe panic)—
City of Nqrlh Vancouver.
(g) The purpose for which Ihe
water is le he   used—Domestic   ami
Municipal.
(Ii) If for irrigation describe ths
liud intended te he irrigutcd, giving
acreage '	
*fi| If the water is tp be used for
power or mining purposes describe the
place where Ihe water is to be re
turned to suuie natural chpiinel, ami
lite difference in altitude between
point of diversion and point of return
fb Vppcppvcr Association
ml Mf. C. E. Bfiiilpy, roprespiiUflvp
tp (hi Blchtpond Asspciatipn.
I'residen! Thoinspp then tifok the
lhair ainl short speeches werp given
by Qpp. H. Morden, President pf the
N. V. Cppsprvativo Assn. uml Percy
King, Secretary pf (lip Norlh Vaneouver Association, C. F Fprenian,
W. 0. Gladwin, .lohp Tcire, William
Npwlpa, Henry Worth ami 'A. Fielder whicii    au    adjournment
to the resilience of the
President "wlpire"a" dainty lunch was
served by
Tbe new iissneiiifhui slurln wilh a
strong membership auirvjlh a fpll
coniplitinent of leypl anpsencrgotic
Officers apd has before *i| u carter of
grcu( usiifulness and rapid
ment.
westerly along the uorth boundary of
Hie property of tho said Hendry lo
fhe east boundary of Lot iff: llicuco
southerly along the said eust heumlary
of bet a 1 lo the high water mark in
Burrurd Inlet; theuce in the same line
southerly liuu feet, ami theuce westerly
jn a straight lino to (he poiut of commencement the said tract of laud com
prising Hie following lots, namely:
W, 271, Vf, iTl, except the portion
thereof belonging to John Hcu.lry, the
easterly portion of Lot hh'l, ami Loti
fil7, (ft. Tilti, Viil, 544, tit, 040, and
CIS, and (he Mission Indian Reserve
all situated iu Oroup One, New West
minuter District, together with the
foreshore in front 011 the north shore
of Burrard Inlet as comprised within
Ihe said boundaries of Ibe City of
North Vsncouver; Ibe said tract of
land being shpwu on a map or plan of
the said City of North Vancouver de
positeil iii the Und Registry Office al
Hie Cily of Vancouver.
in Approximately   Ihe  number  of
inlial,Hauls   Si.v Thousand  (6,I)IIH).
(») The place of Ihe proposed reser
voir for storage--'take at upper end of
right Inin.I branch of l.ynu Creek (ele
vulion t'.piu feet above Burrard Inlet
(I) The means |,y which it is pre
posed lu store the water—Natural stor
age by use of take aud Dam.
(u) Tbo area ul the reservoir site
or sites at each fuel in dejdli above
outlet:—
1 foot above outlet (1 acres
9 is announced tint Mr. KcDor will
be at (tbe high school .019 Lonsdale Av*. op Wodwdoy anil Tbpre
day, lug. Mrd aod M<b, betfiMr.
tin hourt i»f 1.0 to 12 in Ihe foreupop
amf 2 io f in tin afternoon to en-
rol) pupi|i who with to oUaud the
high icboof. Tba sebool op#ps on
Monday. Auoutt 38tb.
'IIIIIIVIHI. .^tTWoWr  1 ll'tl."
(j) Area of ('rown land intended to
he occupied by lite proposed works—
Liiii'l flooded by. construction of dam.
(I<) Tbis notice was posted on Hie
Kith day of August, Iill I, liul
applieatirii lo lie made lu the
Commissioner on the '.'Dili day of Sep-
Iember, lull.
(I) Give the uuiues and addresses of
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to he
nlTecloil by Hie proposed works, either
above or below Ihe outlet—Hastings
Slnngle Manufacturing Co., Districl ol
North Vancouver.
Hi) TUP. HOCMiAKIKS AND AULA
OF TUK  MUNICIPALITY
Commencing at a point iu Burrard
Inlet, distant OQU feet due south
from the south west comer post of
Lol '166; Ihence due north 2,:ilM feel,
lo said southwest corner pest of said
ls)t 'itii; theuce :'.nio feel, more or
less, te Ihe uorth west comer of suid
Lot 2(15; theuce northerly Ihruugh Lot
iiii2, 2,641) feet more or less, lo the
siitilhwest comer post of Lot WW;
theme easterly along Ihe north bourn
lary of Lot fidg, L'.iiio feel, more ur
less, in (be north east comer posl of
Lot 55"; thence northerly along the
west boundary of Lot 544, 1,714 feel,
mote or less,«to Ihe north-west comer
post of Lot 544; thence easterly aloug
Ihe north boundary of tat 545, 20)
feet, mere or less, lo the north east
comer post of Lot 545, thence easterly
along Ihe north boundary of tat 540,
2,'I40 feet, more or loss, to the norlh
east corner post of tat 648; thence
easterly along Ibe north boundary of
the norlh most portion of Lot IHO.
win feet, more or less, to the north cast
comer pf said portion of tat 616, 9P0
feet, more or less lo the norlh east corr
hit of said portipn; ihenee southerly
along Ihe east boundary of said north-
most portion of Lot 416, illtO feet,
more or less, lo the south-west corner
uf tat 2/125; Ihence easterly ulong Ihe
norlh boundary pf the south-must per
(ion of Lot 61(1, 2,1170 feet, more or leu
to the norlb east comer of said soulh
most port ion of Lot 616; Ihence southerly along Ho' east boundary of Lot
616, 2,110 feet, more or less, lo the
southeast roruer post of Lit tit,
Ihence westerly along Ibe south boutt
dary of tat «8.'il,lj«0 feet, more or
leas, te Ihe sooth-west corner post of
ta( 616, Ihence soptherjy, along the
wfsl-boppdvy of tat ftt, 2,840 feet,
more or less, to the south west comer
of Lot thi; thence .easterly, along the
south boundary of tat tti, MO feet,
tsore or loss, lo (hi north easf corner
posl of Jot 276: tbonce southerly iloDg
(he east boundary »' lot'OHi a distance pf 1*119.6 feet, to tbe north
boundary of that part of said tat W,
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11USINK8S immw haijps
Mr. Biclnml Smith bal roc tot )y
purchased the grocery, provision nnd
meat business until lately  -aiti'I   mi
by Mr. Ssm Vmti<*> it UH l-fl ••
dale Avopue apd fill ip fplpw mn
it under tbe noma of t|'e Lonsdale
Supply Stores Co. .He has enlarged
the stock considerably since tilling
possuwinii and will at all timosbuve
on bund a most varied nnd up toiled; supply of houechpld ooppppdj-
tip*. The incut businoso w'll be roil
On tbo most modern wl similar.
limw, will bo a model ol cleanliness
and will appear as attractive as il it
possible to make that end of the catering trade. Tlie store bus been somewhat enlarged and Iho office  Altered
Op  that   tbp  lll'lter  JS  ip   tile   N't ]„■:■■
niblo position lo handle Ihe nccount-
apcy department. The sales department is in charge ol Mr. I'cler Tor-
riiiuv who has bad a number oi
yearn' experience wilb some t ol the
lea.tng grocers of Vanoouver uud who
understands lite business in every de
tail. All (liings considered Mr- Smith
should have a large patronage Irom
tbe vicinity ol Upper Lonsdale and
(hg North Lonsdale district.
**»pnv## vinvMiio*a *iai*t
W4IWP'
WANTpB-DretMsais,. AU ksad.nl
good dan  work uajmUktm.    Sort j
woittt and skirt! a sptaaltjr.    Mn
Bayment, Snd bow, tkfc stnri, adjoining Boulevard, North Vaaeuanr.
m
WANTED-Baagalo, abort C maw.
small cash payaant, baloaee ai seal
140 per inontb.   Must bt ntai aaraaa%
modem. Apply Box AW, Eipota «-
lice. 188
COBBWOOI) WASTKfr-M eonfa.
price including delriarj aad ttoekia^
in basement ol 3(7 ftatk itrert aad.
North Vancouver to Moioa, P. O.
Box loW, Vancouver. K-8
POBBBIT
BOOMS FOB BOT-Hoaatkataaaj
oplional, 318 3ad street cut.      IM
TO LP.T-B«utilul aia roosted Iota
Apply llll Lonadtle Aveaat.      tt«
Criticise Engineer
According lo the Board ol Works ol
which Aid. Henderson is chairman, tbe
city engineer has again lieen delin-
ipicni iii his duties ai a civil official.
The criticism ol the engineer occurred
at au adjourned muting ol tbo city
council held last nigfai and ut wbicb
the engineer Wut not present. Tha
niteiniou ol the council wnt called to
the eondilion of the streets and especially to that ol Ibe lower portion
ol I .on'.dnle Avenue. The eiigiueer had
been instructed, io Aid. Hundcrsou
and Smith ilalod, Ip appoint an inspector lo supervise Ihe work being
done 011 the streets. This apparently
lie had lailed fo do. The result wus
a deplorable condition wbicb waa uoi
only dangerous to pcdeelriuns but
might lead lo the tying up ol traffic
eptirdy within a month. Tlio work,
according to Aid. Henderson, Wat not
being curried out at it should be.
Aid. Dirl, on the other band wat
strongly opposed lo the opinion es-
prmsod |iy ihe Hoard of Worts, lb'
said lhal a great work wai being
carried oul by Kugiiiecr Huncs iu a
in.wl suiisladory 'manner und he did
nol think Ihul be merited nay adverse criticism. He referred tu tbe
statement thai the engineer had Ico
inatructed to appoint an inspector.
This, he said, was nol the ease. The
1'iigimvr had only been iutlrucled to
use his own discrimination in the
mailer nnd lo appoint an imicctor
il he iliiiugbi it ncoctiiiry. The matter was refcrrod to the Board id
Works lo lake up wilb the engineer.
A commillee waa appointed to interview the Misses Duwton with tbe
roniiinti.s' Irom Ihe district council in regard to taking over the bos
pilnl.
The cily coundl commillee appoint
ed lo cnler with regard lo Ihe mailer ol Ihe best il.'volopineiil of the
I1111I101 consisted ol the mayor aad
Aid. Dick nnd Hond.fson.
FOB BENT-Funoabtd and .ilur
nithed rootns. Hit. Knight, ilh aad
Bidgeway Ave. IM
FOB BENT - Seven roopBed bout.
furuiluro lor tile if wanlcd. l^r. Ua
and Boulevard. %A
Furpilbed bouatkerping rueaai ll
week each. Apply Friday cvrsiaga or
Saturday morninga leigh, tth boose
east ol St. Gaorge'i, IMh straet. 2>s
Furniabed Boomt to Brat -Single or
double lor ltdia. or gtntitmrn- Beau
(if ul loealion. CuovancM lor lerry.
Apply 667 lonadale Ave. *».
FOB KKIjT-targt hoO, tanadtl.
Ave. {near 1st tintt) looaaly knows
u K. P. Hall) tuilabb- (or lodge room
tocjety purpotet, or tuilt of oScne.
Altertliona lo suit rrsponsible luteal.
privilege ol tub-letting. Apply Irwin
k Billiugi Co. Ltd., Ml lonidale Aie
Telephone IS. tf
642 acres
(v) How it is pnipii-ed lu acquire
Ihe laud necessary for tbe purpose-
By purchase.
(w) Apprusiuialfly Ihe ntijnlier of
acre feet intended l/i lie iui|>oumlcd-
642 acre feel.
t.v) Whether It is proposed lo lower
the waler in any natural lake or sleml
ing body of water, aad if su, then—
(1) The anticipated extent of Ibe
lowering—No.
(2) The means proposed lo be ad
opted |o lower and roil.
(Tl) The nature and character, in
detail of the works proposed to be rou
strutted to provide for Ihe disrliargi
and penning back of the water—Con
struct inn of a dam.
CITV Off HQfiTH yANi'QI'VKII
(Signature)   THOMAS BHKI'HKKI),
City Clerk,
1 P.O.   Address,  City  H.ll,
North  Vancouver
FOB   SALE
FOB SAI.E-.fto growth dry wood
for 44.60 per cord, 4 It. O. ■cOedr,
Phone Jfl. 9*
FOB SALH-Two-rootaai hoaaa, 3h
13. Just off Fromne Bond. IM Mx
116. Cleared. Price tKO. Cuh tlio
Balance |IU monthly, intrnet 7 per
cuit. Fiprrtt Office X. 184
FOB SAI.K Imperial ('or I'o. IH*
shares. A lew lor salt al Tsa Dolon
per shore in Iota- oi iwo oraot haa
I ban 6vs shares. i;**gt A. Kendall.
622 Pender St., Vancouver. 11-8
'FOB SAI i while Ixghorn tad la
Bull Orpington chickens, 6 wetka aid.
Prise strain IS.WI, alto setwn bnf or
pinglon chickens prize strain, three
months old, 16Mt. Apply Ibbdaon.
Fir Koj.l, 24th ttnet waft, North
Vancouver. IM
Miss B. HcKeiirie/, soprano aolnist
<d Uriiiv chiirob. Winnipeg, Iif»|w<l
ed lo ting in SI. Andrew'i church.
Vuncouver on Sunday owning. Mb'
McKenrie with her mother ond ait
lar is at present stajiug with Mrs.
.1. A. Fullon ol Mi Avenue and il Is
al Ihu ii.pnui of tbe latter that
Miss McKou/io has contented lo ring.
ST. ANDB^f'S C9V&P9
'the potior will oonduot both ser
vicee in St, Andrew's oburoh on Sunday. Tbe morning tubjeot will In:
Building the Sa«eWy. The evipng
twbjocl will be: The Teat of Manhood. Thia aorvioe i| arftfgtd itpc-
pftlly lot young mi||. M^ing your
POmpaptoP' \
The Sunday ichool and Bibls cUis
will meet »t J.» ui tbt etntoooo
Tttcberi and tcholare ara urged lo bt
present on thia the first Sunday niter
DLSCOVKBS FALI.S IVf) I.AKF,
While op his reoenl I rip looking
over Iho water polontiolilics ol Hu
Lynn Um away pp Ibe valley
I'Hy Kogineer Hopat ditoivtojd anieo
now falls and a beautiful new bit.
Tlie latter js some »oven or tight
lores in extent and Iht (alls varjt in
bright from 8 tu 10 leet, in moi!
cam tbe (all being sheer lietwccn
lierpentdicular rocky rlift.
Out loll in particular it of tbe ul-
mott beauty since it lupdjlet srilb a
roar ft Manning wafer Irom a
height ol #> teat between rocks wbicb
rite abruptly to IN feet. I toll
account ol Ibe trip wilb photograph!
will shortly appear to these col-
■attl.
IrmnTT     1..
HlHW   M   BJWT-«   fooai,
♦20*4) monthly with lea*-. Furniture
iV m# m*P' f*mr ****» m
Apply evtaingi oply, 7 rydoci or altar. IU Third ilfett eaat, Norlh Von
aonvaf. IM
Buy yoar Iruit tnd vsntttbltt at
Ibe Lonadale Supply Slorta Co. A
Iresh slo.i receivnl if.ilv. Tour owa
choice ol peaches, peart or phuta al
*>c. per basket at tht Lonsdale Supply Stores Co., IIII I twdlla a*
IM
FOB SAI K Homttilt bargain, at
North Lonadale. Water, hfhl. Isle
pbone and sidewalks. 1'rlilfr all
cleared and in garden.
tSttXI on g.««l term*.
ItsM.'W on Nyt
macadamiied.    |b«0.'
HWiiaa lacing sotlh ua
Excellent soil.    I18M.    14 cadi.
lonadale tvt., » M PH8.
JACK IOITET A CO. Tel. 47 t 87
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4. I-outst mn* Uprth Uraaiala
Qet it »t lii|4|li||jii|n Ihoa* *
Ws  slots  8ond»jrs.    Phoal S4.   I.
H. EnjMsh, O. K. Oroetry, 18 f*e#-
m^m* Wlfi9m^W*
JM N. V. Preparatory eriW sad,
kindergarten wiM reopen is Si. Joha'4
parish hall, cor. 8lh ind 18th Utamt.
on Wwtoatday Sept. Ilk. Boyt and
girls ages 4 to'12. Mitt UrndwtU.
North Vtaooanr. 1-8
isowr
Um Indfe rnrnt btoom.   fimnt'
rewardtd by tidying at 84* mad tf.,
wait
Um 99mm Wsttont rowl aad
Uorth VaAeooeta fcny, Mil aaartmr't
PtoitpU) wilh sasaad Wlert, W A.
f^^mr ***  emrmw WM fmwW WWmWm        * ^t^^ Pioneer Confectionery
n LOWPAU AVPIUI
Mr, B, F, Musselwhite bega to
announce that h. linn purohiwd
thl bufliiiesH »t 71 LiOiiicUla Ave,,
formerly oonduoled by Mr, 8, E
Walker under the name of the
I'ioneer Uskery.
The buaiiieHB will bu oonduqttid
in the same prewUej, under the
name of Tat Piowtr Qwmtti%iirf,
and Will contiiiUH to produce
liiiod-iiiiidii And lioiiie-mude bread
of the beet quality as well as aU
lines of liigli-iil'uBH paitry and
qonfeotionery,
Mr, MiwHol white hopee by close
attention to the interests of his
ouetomere, and by attaining at
the highest standard of e«wllenPi
the goodi produced, to merit a
continuation of the patronage of
all former mistomere, and to welcome many new ones, for which
purpose the factory and plant has
been greatly enlarged and improved. Careful attention will
be given to any special orders
from piilrons.
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Pioneer Confectionery
71 LONSDALE AVE.
S. P. Muiielwhite, Prop,       Phone 8
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Hay, Flour & Feed
Owing to larger warehouie acfomo-
dalion, we are now in a position to
carry a larger and more complete
•lock of theae goods and to iupply
our customers at Vancouver pncei.
All Ordari Delivered Promptly.
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
116 Esplanade Eait
Phone 4
i nnifat °ur Babie« b,lly and
.UW/IV CHARU£:;===
Why make two Mi moving when One Van will lake it all.
Ring up 295, CREAMER TRANSFER CO., lot the
Largest Padded Furniture and Piano Van in ihe Gly.
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd.
IUMDON. (NGLAND)
ASSETS: $94,900,000
.     SolaHganl
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBUC.     18 IjONSDALE AVENJtJE
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•aa ngmmjfi MHrniaa tyaa.,,   fajpw
waa oalaily and meueaatly campy
|hs miccttleat graaa ia tin ge, Ita M
p rssiilent on the I.yaa Vajlif ntwl.
when, II ii mM. lb*  laM* ahfrttad
to tha fi» mat boaipmn »«l aVH
"lloesy" away. "Boaay" Bang htt
lai| ami .ml ill par* cwsanlwae cV
e\A»A HJKHI aofflf more muekkt. Jin
car Una was Ihs handieet ailjuart lu
Ihia line pi ihnughl, so "Bnaay" waa
dired nn to lha rails plaaaiag lis mf
wt opie ol Ihe II. V. P.. B. I'lMaoaay's
mn,
However th* ear upset "Boear" aad
iha laMer js no Bum.
Wherefore Mr. Willu.au who owael
''Bossy" at Ihe lime, ia aMWniag hia
loss, ami instead ol mill, will lake lo
heel for Ihe res! ol th* week.
"Bossy" wai valued at lliu.
Willi HUI.I-.S HKNAI'K MIBI.1I!
It has lieen imported by lb* etilltr.
on Ore Capilano Harden Flat aasr tbe
Indian reservation, that Ihere asww
number ol wild balls ol », danger.*,
nature roaming at large all over that
part nl Ibe district.
II is urged Ibat something aunt be
doneat once lo abate thia nuitanu,
or it is (eared lhat human Hi* will be
lost, or at laaal aerioni injury mint
nl on one nr more ol lb* wtlUrs.
These bsilla are aaid to have b*ea hs-
creaaing in iiiimber lor tb* post 80
years, anil are now a very assioat
menace lo ihnee wH.hk basiassa take,
them nu Ion I anywhere in the vinnir'
ol Ibe reaervation. Ihere ia ao re*
Iriclinn nl any himl on tba wander
inga ol Ihe wild cattle, and it ia ssr-
niised thai the Intlian* ara raqioaeibl*
Inr them.
On Wednewlay evening one settler
came acrnaa aeytn „i Ihe balls ia a
bunch, and Iheir ntlitu.lt>, arrorbW
to hi* report, waa an)thing bat |*ic-
lill.
IjOCAL news items
Horn - Ou Thursday, 17th ia*t., to
Mr. and Mra. II. II. Mekolena ol loth
a! reel west, a son.
Mr. and Mra. .leokina have returned
Irnm their Iwo week's bnneyasooa aad
have taken up tbeir .|BarUre at the
I'alar* Hotel, where lor tbe present
Hie newly tviibfnl couple will reajrle.
The l..in«lal, Supply Mores I'o. lu*
iilaml on rale 111*1 », ol Iheir apttinl
(inld Seal Tea at Ihe aaloaiaaiag lej*
price ol 2tc. per lb. at the Looaial*
Supply Stores Co., IIII Loaedal* ave
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Tb* priasarie* ,i tin monl Ct$-
aervativaMoeiatioB. thron.huttt VW-
eonver rafag, *j|l U bald Monday
evteaiag, inr the purpose vol eWtiaj
dtiegaltte to Ike convention to fag bald
ia Vaacouver on Tiuwlay evening, at
which lb* candidate nl Iba parly for
the Doaunioa Bottle of 4 'omimms will
he cfcoata. The awwtiag oi lb* Nurlli
Vancouver Cooaervalive Am ,ci .lion
wjll he held ia the campaign ruonin,
dab Wot*, Kapianad* west, lajjn.
■lag al eight o'doejt p. ra.
li)8T-Sunday, Augtut 181b, he
tweea 81. Andrew'a church aad Nye
alreet, a goto] bar Brooch with dome
act wilb pearl.. Finder please leave
at Una otBee. 184
The Bank of British North America
Capital Paid Up $4,866,666,   Rwrve Jfund $2,652,333
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CORNER LONSDALE AVENUE AND ESPUNADE
UPPER LONSDALE AVENUE (near Fourteenth Street)
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Saving Peposite o| li,oa and Mpw»r<J« ropeivad.
Interesf allowed a| ptiwnt rates.
Banker's Money Orders issiied.
Botli offices transact a general banking linsiness
and are open on Saturday night-
F. T, SALSBURY, MawgWt
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CANYON VIEW HOTEL
CAPILANO
C.M.SLOAN
P. LARSON
PROPRIETOR
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Stoic Ddifks, FiiluBg, Hunting, Mountain Climbing, Unequalled for Holiday, bag er Short.
Family Rooms en suite with special rales.    House greatly enlarged.
Eiteoiive Grounds.      High-class Service at moderate rates.
Easy trail to summit ol Grouse Mountain Altitude 3000 feet,
SE*4SON 19U
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Keith II..U.I lot. A Urvaia '»'
.|iii(i aale. Il.uiiiif.illy loealatl fidit.
lol in oily limila on Kaitb roarl. To
aell tpiiclily will accept fl'JOn. One
I liir.l caali ami lata we "oa lereu.
Aleitaiiiler I'liilip, linancial agent aa.1
insurance hroker, I'luli Mock. Fbi«* III
Mr. 'Ii.lui Dier..«en .Ir. kaa amtflti
nl ili.' Imililiiii/ of ilit.l'.il'.iju.l Apart
ineiil Ii.hivi' on Victoria park, lor kia
liii.tlnr. The h.iiiae contain. MVeral
enilea of v/.miow lur ligl.t h.HiMk.epia^
an.1 is Mioilcin and up-to-date in ever)!
rua|iecl, having lieen pfanaed alter an
in.|ieclioii ol the lateet and bast ol
Ihia lype ii house in Ihe l:ii-,.sl .ilie<
ol Calilornia. the < >.l .i.r.l i. .,.,»
i.'inly lor iM'iii|mnta. Mr. Oierssea i>
In liegiii the construcliiHI ii another
apartment houae wilb -t>>r,e on tbe
ground floor for hia lather, lo It tit
ualed nt the cor. id Sth and Si. An
drew'a avenue.
TOIJIf COIIBT
During bis round, laat night I'ou
alalile ('rime pici.«l up -loii»a Utr,*r
llr.inirarnan lying bailees and tlinti-e,
on tlie beach. He wu taken to Ike
ixilice station where a charge oi vagrancy waa placed again*! bias a* be
#>uld give no coherent aecoaat ol
himself. Tbi* laoming, whea halore
going into courl, he' waa interro/aUl
by Ibe chiel ol poKas, he aaid Ibat be
wu born in 1888 and waa lea ymtri
ii a age. He had baae ia Alaska ia
.1886. II* fU rrasanded by Ili* Vor-
•hip tbe Mayor ao that eutpitit mnf
be nude in|o bit aaaaty.
We have a  HALF ACRE of  level  land, adjoining Cily,
75 x 257 feet, on two streets near Capilano Car line which is
An Attractive Residential Site
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This property has a magnificent view that could never be
obstructed (except by sky-scrapersjrier $750, Cash $250
MARTINSON & CO. KLTr
62 Lonidale Avenue
North Vancouver
Mahon, McFarland & Procter, Ltd.
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GRAND BOULEVARD
CLEARED 50 ft. Lots in Blocks 226 and 227;
$900 and $1000     14 cash, 6,12,16 months.
50 ft. Lots in Blocks 230 and 232a; $650, $700
and $600        1-4 cash, 6, 12 and 1$ months
Phone 6286 -  - 543 Pender Street/Vancouver
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PIONEER BAKERY
EIGHTH STREET EAST
Phone 54
Try Our Will, Frendb and Homemadt Bread, 20 ounces to (he loaf, Four loaves for 25c.
CHAS. M, KITTSON,
Manager
NORTH VANCOUVER
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VANCOUVER
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District Lot 552
The West End of the City
The Finest Residential Lots at moderate prices
on easy terms. AH cleared. Twenty minute
car service. Water laid on. Electric Light, etc.
Within half a mile of the water front of D. L.
265, the future industrial centre of the North
Shore. Buy before the inevitable advance in
values takes place,
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Block 6, District Lot 607
Large Cleared Lots within one block of the Terminus of
the Capilano Carline, These lots are on the bench over-'
looking the Pipe Line Road and the Capilano River,
Beautiful views.   Very accessible.   Terms one-fifth Cash.
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District Lot 55
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A Limited number of Corner Lots reserved from the
original sale are now on the market. Close to the Grand
Boulevard: Good car service. Electric Light, Water laid
on. The roads are being improved, anoj sidewalks constructed,
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For Plans and Price Lists Apply to
Lonsdale Estate Office
525-6 Winch Building, Vancouver, B. C.
Phone, Seymour 2835
Lynn Valley Notes
HfypOW ipsnjnl pitrreepniidpnt)
Mr. apd Mrs. Aubel have |eft tbp
Vftlley to- fsiMi in Victoria.
Tlw fftwiMiw far Ihi now wbpol
.MWiw I»m torn fommoopA,
Uf. VntAlp, floss IM, js ImviiiK hia
garden. tomopA,
Mr. IJPIian il having »n uddiliou Iii
Ida house, Vtpnipn Bi»d.
Mri. Wm, '99,t\m ll Mil a visit to
Mr damrhler ip 11)1 molty-
Sprue'till iron iiIoiik the flume, ly
llie-poet office, tiro being mt low|i.
Mill Stewart, ul Vnli!, is on a visit
Ip hsr siller, Mrs. Wilh, Frederic* rd.
Mr. Sweetmw Is hiving two acre*
cleared in the viciiiily of the. post lift
fioe.
Mr. Illnii- is having a Ipt on Fred-
ericjt road cleared preparatory lo his
building.
The Quarterly Hoard Masting ol (he
Miiili.iilii.i I'limi'li will lie held Friday
ovciiing at Ihe lunin: of G. W. Sugden.
Mrs. Unlit. Brown was visiting her
daughter, Mra. Harvey, Mt. I'loaaunt,
lasl week.
Misses  Mtirk.'l, Froaime rosd,  ire
aamping with tbeir sunt at llullyliurn
lor the summer. ,
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Hr. Thos. Greer is building shortly
a   small  collage on   Frederick Houd
near Fromme Boad.
Hr. and Hrs. Hobl. Miliar have re-
Itinietl lro;n Iho ul.l Country, alter,a
very pleasant sojourn among friends
and relatives.
Hr. Shiner, Frederick roud wosl, it
intikiitg a number ul iiiiprovcincnU tn
hia home, including the addition cl a
vi'i'ii in lab lo the ft .mt.
Hr. tls.'i inul lamily, nephew ol Hr.
pf, II. Oscr, Kilmer road, aro now
a.'iilril in Iheir new liungnlow on the
siiiii' road.
Mi ssrs. Wilkins.ni, Hartletl and II.
Douglus journeyed up to the Seymour
falls, expecting a good culch, each (being well oi|uippcil lor leinpling Hall.
Hr. .1. N. Hunker and lamily are
once more amongst their Iriends, having i.'iiini.'il Irom the south lust Friday. Hr. Hunker intend, building nit
his properly OP Qtioeniihury Height.,
shortly.
Mia. Dr. Nugilen with lamily leave,
lor her home, Winni|a.'|{, Utasltiy nighl
Inn mi' ipcul ii very pleaaunl lime nn
their visit lo l.ynn Valley.
Hr. ti. Ulnmu. Centre road aouth ii
improving hia hotiae in an art isl ic
muniter, choosjuu lb... wood in ila nut
mai slats, making u very effective up
pcurmice.
Hr. Wear, the Hetbodial slitdent in
the Valley, ia uow comlorlalily set-
liul in the amall bungalow luiiil on
llm.,I.l iiaul by the extension build
ing fund .,1 the church. The fiirniali-
inga ol Ihe building were .supplied hy
the I ... I...' Aid.
Home Connections
■■iiiiimni	
tap mm 1% ** 'wmi »«
apply to Ihe Hoard of Licensing Conv
roissionei'H of tho Cily of Norift Van-
couver, llfitjili Cp|||injiie, fur a retail
|i(iiQF pf itotik litmia (or thu premises known tm Lois 11 uud lii, ltl.uk
IW, Districl |.p| 2% Mb mm-
yef, »t the ijHingi nf mim opnimin-
sioneia In be held on tho,(Dili duypf
September, A.l). lllll. 1
DATED thii 3n) day t|f Angpst A.
p., 10)1.
THOMAS * "OMI'ANV,
110 1'er IS. Q. Orpnf, Agent.
Notice to Property Owners
of North Vancouver
As the main drainage system Is approaching completion wsMg to notify
property owners thai, we are making
arrangements to undertake the sewer
connections on ths various private
properties at a reasonable cost to all
those who desire to avail themselves
o| early drainage facilities. Having
carried put the main drainage system
lor the city council apd having tbo
nccesssry plant and skilled labor
available we are in an escsplionally
favorable position to carry out tho
private bouse drainage at a moderate
'■ii.it to property owners and we ahall
bo pleased to lurni.b estimates and
plans if necessary to carrying out Ihi.
most oasential work in accordant* with
the city regulations and on most up-
to-date principles ol modern aaniln-
lion,
MacdonellGzowski&Co.
Office:
Second Si. tnd Mahon Ave.
Phone 279
NEW pSTMfNSTEB U9D IP'
TBICT-llistrict of New Westminster.
Take notice Iimt Joseph 0. Duckorill,
ol Vuiicoiiver, occupation, govsit|iuc|ii
official, jutends to aunty For peruiis-
sipn to purchase the following describ-
cl lands: Hit) acres commencing nt »
post planted on the south wwt corner, of Lot 3693, thence south 10
chains, theuce east 10 chaiui, tlunoe
north 10 chains lo south boundary of
Lot 3033, thence west 4D chains mors
or |eu, along said boundary to point
ol commencement.
JOSHPH C. DOCKEBIf.L.
Juns 17th, lfJ)J. ...   n-n
TAXES
'I'AKK NOTICE lhat the data lor
expiry ol rcbalo on taxes hushcin extended to SEl'TEHBEK nni.. lllll.
All |ieraons who pay Iho untiual taxes
levied on lands on or Iwlors September llllh next will ho entitled lo a discount ol one sixth off the general
rate.
THOMAS SHEFHEHp,
Cily Clerk.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS-
TKHT- -District ol New Westminster.
Take notioe that Flint A. Haswdl ol
Vancouver, occupation, broker, intends
to apply for permission to purchase
the following' described lands: About
300 acres commencing at a post ulant-
ed on the northtaul corn* . ol lot
ir,7t. Ihence cat| 38 chain., thence
north B0 cpalns, Ihence West h chains,
moro pr leas to akore ol Horse o»oo
Lake, thence in u south apd westerly
course sfpund short) ul lake to Noitli
out corner of Lot J67J. tinpoe south
6ft chains, more or ietf, to point ol
commencement.
(Sgd.) ^6/jIOT A. 'JfASWEU,.
Juno Hth, 191). 11-9
IBBIGATION notice
NOTICE is hereliy given Ibat an ap
plication will be made under Fart V.
ol the Water Aot. 1909, to obtain a li
oiuaojn North Vancouver division ol
Now Westminster District, nn tin fWh
day of August, 1911, at ll a.m.. by
F. Newton Brier, Surgeon, Vancouvar,
II. 0., lor water for Irrigation use on
three acres owned by bim in l).L. H»3,
IM'OptPt pf supply being »
utfd stream  Iroto GrouM
htiTitlw^
being about 3,1)00 ft '
direction froin pr,
' te amount requin
1 to'
om
at  Norlb  Venoonver,  Jn
ml.
WATEB NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given Ibal an application will be made under I'nrt V.
of Ibe Water Act, 1900, to obtain a
license iu the North Vancouver division nl New Wcslmiuiler district, on
Iho 18th day of August, 1911, at 11 a.
pi., by E. Newton Drier, Surgeon, Vancouvor, B. P., lor water lor domestic
use. on three acres owned by him in
D. I.. 693, Iho source ol supply boing
a small unnamed stream from Orouae
Mountain flowing southerly through I).
I.. Ml and 11. L. MM, the point uf diversion being about l.iiHl leet in
northeasterly direcljtjn Irom Ur.
Uriel's N. E. slake, the amount r»
ipurod being J 11,Ins I,, i |h-i- secoud to
be carried by buried piue lin* Irom
small iluui in ihu I,. ,| „f ibe strsam.
Dated at North Vancouver, .lulv
llllh, IUII. tj im
THE0S0PHIC4I. SOCIETY
Tbe Theosophieal Society meets in
North Vancouver in Boom I, 67 Lonsdale Avenue (entrance nnt to Wil-
come Parlor) every Wednesday ovi ning
ai 8 o'clock. Attendance is entirely
free and carries no obligations wbut:
ever. Von are invited. Tboosoph'.cal
study and questions.
New Westminster Land District-pis-
Iriet ol Norlh Vanoouver. TAKE
NOTICE thut wo, H. Gladwin and I-
i'. Gladwin of Norlh Vancouver, i mi
pultun, retired, in I end lo apply for
permission to lease Iho following described .In sin. I.ii..v.n US I Min I'i.-i I..
commencing ut a post plant*! at Ihe
N. W. corner ol Ibe old woodon bridge
crossing said stream, thence north,
following lied ol stream to a post
olanii'i/ I .inin leet north of Keith
Houd, steel bridge, lur thu purpose pi
obtaining rock, gravel und suud (or
building und other purpose...
BENSON GLADWIN.
AHTHUK t'LAHKNCK (II ADWIN.
Dated Aug. 7Hi, lllll.
110
WATEB NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given Ibat an up
Illicit ton will Iw liudc under l'urt V.
of Ihe "Water Ad, IWW," lo obtain ti
license in the North Vancouver divis
ion ol New Weslmimner >li-i.i.-i.
(n) Tho num., ol upplioanl-Tho
• orporaliou ol Ibe District ol North
Vancouver, II, C.
ji! for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No. —
(b) The name ol the lako, stream
or source (il unuuiued. Ihe description
is)—An mn,ui,nd stream running iu a
southerly direction tlirnugll District
Lot. 7X1 and Km, Group I, New Weal-
nun I. i   District.
(c) Tho iioii.t. ol diversion is in
lllock I, District Lol 783 aforesaid,
about ill, chaTliS north ol the sou
lliern l;iUinrfniy of aaitl District Lot.
I (d) Tito i|uaatily ol water applied
lor (iu cubic f..t per second) puc
puurler ol a cubic fool |ier secoud.
(o) The i liuiuiii'i - ol the propoa
ed  works-Shallow   weir  dam    wilh
anil iillle   III tut,'.
If) The premises on wbicb the water is lo bis used (describe sumo)- The
l)i im t of Norlh Vaneouver.
I") The purposes (or whioh tho water is to be uasd-Muoioipal putposcs.
Ih) II (or irrigation describe the
land iulcudcd lo bo irrigated, giviug
acreage 	
(i) II Ibe water is to be used lor
power or mining purpoace describe the
place where the water is lo bcroturn
ed lo some i...Iiir.il cliunnel und the
difference in altitude between point ol
diversion and point ol return	
(j) Area ol Crown land intended to
be occupied by the proposed works
tl) This notice was poattdibb Iho
llth day ol August, 1911, and appli
cation will be made lo the eoinmis
sinner on the 13th day of September,
lllll.
II) Give Ihe name, and nddieasesol
niw tipniinn proprietor! or licenases
woo or whose lands arc likely to be
elected by the proposed works, sitter
above or below the outlet are : Arthur
E. Facey, Win. .1. L. I'aoey, '.'homal U-
Meeauricr and Waller Pinch Fage, all
of Iho City of Vancouver, and A. Dalion Nye, W. J. Irwin, Benson Glad
win and Mary L. Archibald, njl ol Ih.
Cily oi North Vancouver.
(ii) The boundaries and aria of the
Dislriet of North Vaneouver an as
set forth in Ihe letters patent ol Incorporation dated. 10th August, 1891,
and published in the B. C. MaleU«,
but excepting tin lien ot the Cjty ol
Norlb Vancouver .perilled io Schadule
I) of lbs Nprlb Vaivcouver City Iuoor-
cl AwenpWit Aot l«97.
\f) 'IkW^tunttny tin pumbaf   p|
'' anil ol the {Diitrict at present
<8aal)
♦wa.
TENDEHS WANTKD
SEALED TENDEHS marked "Tcn:
der lor t>ewer" will be nooived by tbe
Cily Clerk ol Ihe City of North Vun
couver up lo 13 o'clock noou on Hon-
duy Ihe 31.1 duy nl August, lor supplying all the muteriuls aud c.inslrtict-
ing aud compleling a similar, sewer
uilli lot I'miiiii linn ou I-'. pi.ni ide
and i ii'ii'iil street Irom Si. Georgo's
Avenue to St. Du»id's Avenue Dud on
Second street Irom a poiut TIOO leet
east ol St. Andrew's Avenue to St.
David'a Avenue.
All Iho ubove iiii'iilinned iwriitobe
carried out aocording to pluia, proliles, croaa sections und s|«icilio.itiont
lieeutired by the Cily Engineer..,
All lemurs lor 'ifie work nnn-l be
made ou lorms ol lender aupplicd by
the Cily Kngineer.
A choiue for 6 tier cent, ol Iho
amount of Iho louder niusl uucom-
iniiiv each and ever}' lender.
A bond ol 25 per cent, ol Iho
inin,um ol Ihe ei ml i,u i will I u required.
Separate tettdcri must ho uiudo lor
I'ui'h work ubove mentioned.
The lowest or uny lender not necessarily accepted.
GEORGE S. HANES,
City Engineer
lily Engineer's Office,
North Vuncouver,
Ml. August, 1911.
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ASSESSOB
Applications "ill Iw received by the
undersigned up Iill t o'clock p.m on
Thursday, I7lb August, 1911, lor thl
position ol Assessor ol Ihs City and
assistant in tha City Clerk's dapart-
mcnl. Sfllary ||IK) i#r ipontb.. To npn-
tinue in office during pleasure ol council. Applicants 'Ip slate crpariesM
and acquaintance with local land
values.
.    'WIGHAS SHKI'HEBD,     ,
City|;ierk.
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FIJBLIC fllGHWAVS
Prpvinoo pf Britieb ColumWa
NOTIOE il hanby givas (hot aj| pub»
lie Highways io unorganised district^
and all Main Trunk Hoods in orgsnin;
id Distriola ar. slrty-ii* fact wid),
and have a width of 9Atty-*Mm leet
oo eaeb side ol the moap Urafgbt rea.-;
Irje Jbw pi tinUpvpHtd ro»d.
WPMia nyiMH,
Utoinff ol FuWie Wprti.
Department of f»*m forhf,
yhyton^^^AoAy^mm THE RXP&RBB
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fMTH VaMCOUVII
PC.
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fifWIsbitsI Tuef4iy» nnd Fridays by Noam Shom Pmw, Mmiwo
Qip, H, MORDMi Editor ond Msnsger.
liamam
juts* pf suaaatiPTtos
SI* monthi, »p, Tins* insulin. «*.
United Slat** md Foreign, |1.M) per yiar
Advertising Until will ba P"»»t«d on application.
liidevoM to tbi luteresti of thl north Shun ol, Burrird In at
ItitMwtltoiii.in sdvertisisi ratwam o( wMPttowil «lw lor
a&«»|wt%hiiM#w»l»im»n»^ nopnliUonWMnHh Vwhouvm
PliMci. Every effort Is »*da to jive lAmtmt tin most ulliliwlory
^ileliaiia**la contract advirllseinenta llinuld lie in tit* printers' (niidinot
(Iter thin TO a.m. Monday and 6 p.m. Wedmsdivto ensure lowrtlon in the
"w»H,HwlM|| I MM art
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Nosth VlNCOUVM,   B, C,
Aiiiiust iB 1911
Randbam * Slmpeou, building MOV-
ars, raaiaenei 469 tth Avenue Wast,
Pnlrvltw. Til. Fairmont 1810,    B-fl/l
A MODIFIED SCHEME OF
IIAHIIHH NATIONALIZATION
Ilsnenl advices from Montreal an
lO the sfletf that Ihe grain lade of
Ibat port is seriously hempen d, I*
oauae ol insufficient elevator eooom-
modation. Grain s|ii|iperi an vary
RtUeh exercised about the situation,
and the more so, because nn rebel ll
in light. The harbor cnuimiseionsra
an credited wilh doing Iheir belt,but
Iheir cSorls sre not abla lo keep pale
with Ihe growth ol Ihe traffic A new
elevator is in course of eonsiriii'linn.
but it will uoi he romplei.il until
nest May, by which time, it is assert
id by Ihe grain men that, even with
the new elevator in operation. Ihe fa
eililies will not ba adequate lor handbag the shlpmsnts that will offer. Il
is asserted that Ihe port is iu danger
ol losing largely In United Slates
ports unless soms solution nl Ihs difficulty can lie arrived at.
In older 10 accomplish mors rapid
increase ol the f.nilil 1.> available, it
is suggestsd that private Turns he encouraged io build elevators along the
waterfront, and thua come tn lha assistance ol the Hoard nl Harbor Com
inia.ii inei a.
That suggsetiou would appear lo
support tlie poailion that is at pre.
.mi adopted by many advocates ol
mors rapid and aysteuiatlc develop-
dhiiI of ths harbor possiliillliss nl
llinnai.l Inlet, namely, that Ihe moat
satisfactory Solution ol Ibis local
problem would, lie found in a .chain,
wbicb would include the conalruction
ul hniboi works liy private individa
nls nnd companies, in harmony with
works rui 1 ini mil by municipal or
governmental board.. While I lie port
ul Montreal Its. made immune strides
attire hurW mat lire were banded over
to the exclusive control ol a govern-
menial H01.nl ol Harbor Coiuiuiestnu-
ers, Ihe present condition ol affairs a*
initliniil above, ,.p|M,iri lo intimate
lhat Ilie iueiii|K,r»<ii,u id a judicious
.■iieouiiig.iinni ol private iplerpriee in
the p.,lie; ol lha llarlior llounl.mighi
have materially aa.i.le.1 iu tbe aocoin
pli.hm.iil ol iiven greater mulls than
those wnieh have batn altaineil.
Applying Ihis item (rom the e»|ieri
•'in'.' ..I tlie M11i1i10.il Board to cm
ililioni in they exiil on Burrard Ini. 1
there an ilroag considaratioai which
praasnl llu'insrlv**, lo lead lo th.
conclusion Ibal the ..unbiiie.l ulillta-
lion ol private and municipal or governmental enterprise would he the
moat aatialarliirv and .ll.otiie iMii.nl
ti proeediirs lor Ibe harbor ol lbs
i'ort of Vaneouver. hinting oondi
lions at Montreal w.« vary lavnrsliU
to the complete nationalisation ol the
harbor, because (lie wsterlronl.g. was
praoticelly all under Ihe aoalrol ol
lha gpvarnmagl, so lhat nn great ,1
paaea was .nUil.il in lhat respect,
The pwnarship ti lha watarlrontage
ol Burrard Inlet 00 Ilie south tMwri ie
te S large aslant In tlie hands id
powerful soMpanlaa, whose pwDerabip,
it ie now gsnerally reeogair*>l,tt would
not be win, to atUaapi to displae*.
n tjoneiamebU aaaouat ol waUrlronl
ptropsrtf Is* Uu aotsUi shore, however,
m praetkally all ol that <poa ibe
noith shore It yet ia tba hands ol in
dividual owmss, end ii it time hoht
fcsg s whleb prassat tha opportunity lor
ate termbistlaa si tte ■aiiiitril or
jPfSW    "l^" WWmwwwrW    WW     wmmw    »e^.^B».^^Bj»p     nr*
(WversJMatal mjttm cA harbor Aavrl
tynmm. ft* mm u>m pMm
of tin tmkwti mmmm, paWte opiate.
■ sppaan la Mm teas tnmmmg tUmng-
tf el m to tim twmmm timi H
tjpmm m wmmo In let or if tin
fmi wmwi ot tm haiter, U  my
general movement Inr expropriation
nl these properties win inaugurated.
In the linl plain, the price ol water
Iront property is vary high, 10 thai
any smii proceedings on an extensive
seali would involve an enormous nut-
lay ol money, the wisdom nf whioh is
open tp serious tpiestlon, and ip Ihe
second place, it is rcoognixed tbit
Ihere in many private owneri who
control eiteniive waterfront holding!,
anil who are prepared to curry oul
harbor works upon a creditable scale
at their owu eipense.
The opinion is nineeipinitly steadily
gaining ground Ibnt lha most laaelble
and satisfactory anil at tbe same time
lite most effective method nl harbor
ilevelopment with regard to Hurrard
Inlet, would lie found in a modified
form ol municipal or governmental
control (or both) which, while planning anil carrying out works of harbor
improvement out ol public binds,
would al ths tame lime accord every
eneourageminl to privet',' enlerpriae
along similar lines, and which would
exert'a aupervision over the whole
Inn lun ili'vi'lopiiii'iii, such - as would
promote unilormily in lha general
features of Ihosi developments, whether Ihe component lurlors tberinf were
promoted by public or by private in
Irreels.
ATTOIINRV GENERAL TO DECIDE
Willi blither reference to the charge
if reii.liog polioe officers in the .lis
charge nl Iheir duly, which wai heard
iu the local |»ilii'i. court lasl week, resulting in a failure of tbe magistrates
lo ugi.e, and conosrning which, an
editorial appwnxl in thus columns on
Tnraday, the pipross is in'orinud that
at the ronrhiaion ol the ease, liulmo-
lions wero iasii.il lioin the Unci,, that
a ropy „l ihe evidence in the rasa, Iw
prepared ami lorwarded to Iba Da
psrlinenl ,,| ,|„. Attorney General lor
hi. adjiHlieation. In acrordauee wilh
those instructions a duly sworn Iran.
' 1 pit ol Ihe ci idi'iuv has gone forward
lo Viotoria, and ll is . .p.. i.d th„i
lb.. ilepertnwtil will ileal with the
matter iu due couiws.
WATEB NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given lhat an application Wi|| |„ m,i, Ullrftr plrt (/
nl tin "Water Aot, Haw," |„ obtain a
liosnse in lha North Vaneouver divii
ion ol Nsw We.tmin.ter diitrict.
(a) Ths name ol appllcant-The
t orporation ol Ihe District .,1 North
Vanrouver, H. ().
(if lot mining pnrtioess) Frea Min
sr'a IWtilict* No. -
lb) The name id Ihe lake, stream
or source (il unnamed Ilia deecriptiou
ia)—An unnamed it ream running in a
•oulherlv direction through Districl
lol. 7fti and AW, Group I, New Weet
minaler Diatriot.
(■•) The point ol diversioa ia In
Block I, Dimrint IM 7KI aloraaabl,
about '/Il clmfiii north ol tha .011
ihem boundary ol aaid District l.„l.
(d) Tha >|uantity ol water applied
for (hi cubic last |nr eseond) on.
'luarlM ul a wide loot psr second,
(1) The sharaoter ol the prnpoa
ad wnrltt Shallow weir dam with
suileM* intake.
(I) Tba prastiaai on which lha waler i. lo be need IdaaeriU a„mi | -Ths
District ol Norlh Vancouver.
(gt Tha purpoare lor which Ibe water ll lo be need—Municipal puipoaes.
(hi If lor irrigation duecrilie Ibe
land islanded lo be irrigated, giving
acreage 	
(I) II Ihe water te to be used lor
power or miaiag purposes deecrilie the
place wfaare ths water ia to ber.lurn
ad I.o Mass natural channel aad lbs
dWstasei la aBitaas betwasa point ol
diversion and point ol nlara	
(|) Ana nl Crown land latemM to
be occupied by the propoead works -
of ihi Oity ol '*WwhSL*'fl
:?!»mwm l< Atmirniwal
City of North Vsiispnvir,
■me boundaries ond pre* oHhe
District of North Vinoonvir'sn m
set forth In the leWen patent oj !»•
but esceptlng thl area of ths ffitoM
North Vanoouver ineolhed In Bihs*ili
P ol tbi North Vinpoiivw Oitv hm-
poration Alt Amendment Aot \ml,
(r, A tll.tb
''7r]r'XpMnilmit<iiy' the numW   pi
Mtwite oTtlw Piitfliit nt piwnt
THH OOPPOBATION Of THIS
pftmif op mvm van-
'BI!ioHN 0, nym,
m)
it'o
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I'bone 10
V. P, Ppi W
Alexander Philip
Conveyancer and
Notary Public
Agent Ipr PidalityPhprnll Pill I"
Biiriuice Company and alio lor
companies undertaking Marine,
Employers' Liability, Guarantee,
Live Rtook nnd Accident Insurances.
Agreements and deeds ol all kiuda
prepared. Excellent list pi oity
and distrint lots Inr a/tla.
CLUB BI.OCK, ESFLANADE
HENRY B. WATSON
ARCHITECT
Dooms 10 and 11, Finder Chambirs
/WM'eiider .Street W.     I'lione 3451
and Lonsdale Ave., Norlh Vanoouver
llesidence, eor. Lonadala   Ave.   and
.Mi'iiI slreei, Norlb Vancouver.
rr~-~'      it. .. 1 ia i'hi   1  in
FRED C TURNER
NOTABV FUBLIO
Loans, Investments aud Insurance
Koom 'JPi, 6'i'l Granville .St., Vancou
ver, II. C. I'hone h*w. Land liagis
try work a spseialty,
1 ■ m
H. C. HIU6CI
Exptri on Flrcplicci and all
classtR ol Brickwork,
ill Work Guarantee
Coner Filteenth Bt. an4 Hahon ire,
A HOLD III' IN NOBTH VANCOUVEB
Weigh your bread. Brewer's X I.
Bread is Iff ounces (Union Hade) I'iv,
cent a |ut loaf. Ni, awi'iliT or bell
bread made. Don't pay a biyli nri
(or interior stuff, or encourage exorbi
taut priori in North Vancouver. R.
Bilchie, tha I'p-lo Dale Grocer, 'itt
In :«H First si rest, Eait. it-H
FOR SALE
300 Feat of Water-
f rootage with crown
Rant, known aa
tll.ee Shipyard!.
Termi to auit pur-
chuor.   Apply
H. H. DEVINE,
Soymour St
Vancouver
« If VIA"
None.
(k)  This notice wai ported on   the
llth day pf August, Iill, and sbsM-
talioa will be aud* lo tha eomaste
sionw o» the Uth Any oi Bepteaibar,
(I) Oiea the Maw amifkbnmti
6t$tff£
jai r:N 1
An Weil Homciitc on Kelt Road
Comer of Ridgewuv Avewu, p«oetl mi
(tjneut), pripe only |3OO0i «A $1000,
balance to arrange,
ELDER MURRAY CO.. LIMITED
mWmmmmmmmMmMmwmmjnmmmm^
" North Vmpouvbt, B. C,
Johnston & Salsbury
THE HARDWARE MEN
Have had to postpone
moving a» advertised
and will not occupy their
NEW STORE until
AUGUST 2ht
LYNN VALLEY
'One icre block on macadamized road, will maker
* splendid homesite.
Price only $800 on easy terms.
THE NORTH VANCOUVER TRUST
CO., LTD.
Ileal   KhIiiIo and  Financial Agent.
Agreement, ol Sale iliscininlcd.
219 Lonidale Avenue Telephone 44
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PALACE HOTEL
Rates:   fi.oo  per   and   up.   Special rales lo families
and   to regular   boarders	
finest Roof Garden on Pacific Coast
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIITOnS
Ssl'uno Strut.
NOKTH   VANCQUVEK. li. C.
TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET
Block and hall Irom Lonidale Avenue and clou to cu
terminus. A few good lots lacing south $500.00 etch
on terms oi ] cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.
D. L 553
50 (t. lol. close to Keith Road ll $500.00 etch on
terms ol j cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.
C. E. LAWSON & CO.
IS I.ONSIMUi AVE. NORTH VANCOUVER
I'lione 70--P. O. pes iHid
New Harness Shop
A IlilANCU OF THE VANCOUVER
HARNESS (fl, HAS BEEN OPENED
IN THE i'HENISES UP TBE C, M.
li N. OOAJ, ANI) SUPPLY CO., 0011
KSPJ.ANAIW   AND ST. GEOWIE'S
ave. a nu mm of fibst-
ci,ass habness and horse fittings WIMj ke cahhjed.    a
SPECIAI/TY   lllll PF. MADE  OF
ItEPAIB WORK. PRICES Will, BE
THE SAME AS THOSE IN VANCOUVEB.
Vwcoyver Hirneu Co.
FBBKEW
North Vancouver
Coal ani Supply Co.
LIMITED
Wharl l Cor. St. Oaorgt's and E.
pliiiiaile.  Officat tt lonadala Avaous.
Wli.nl PJiona 178.     Ofow Vhnw  IM.
COAI. MEBOHANTS
Dealers io all kinds ol Building Malarial, Sand, Oraval, Casamt, l.ime
Brick (common and praaaad), Firs
Brisks, Fir* Clay, Flaatar, Fibre, Plas
lar ol Parts, Ulk, Hbinglaa, Drain
Pips, Til*.
Donattit and Meckapilh Coal.
Prompt delivery a apadalt}',
FOR RENT
SAFETY
DEPOSIT
BOXES
Most modern filing device
on(ihe prkeif
valuable papers wtd Jewell
NORTH SHORE
LOCATORS, LTD.
32 l^nsdale Avenue
Telephone 123
mwntwtmnwmnnmmwmwwn'
H. D, RUGGLES
BARRISTER
NOTABV PUBLIC
133 Stli Btrsst East Nortb Vansoarsr
Pkon* 373
N.V.W00DYARD
10,000 cords ol dry fir wood for i|uick
sale. I'rioi per odd cords 14.80.
Special quotation! lor larger i|unn-
titiss,
Cut Woud-16 incheil W.00, 13 inches
$11,311.
0.0. D.
Office aad Vardi
SECOND and ST. PATRICK
Phone IW V. 0. Boi IM
All nsw Iiduscs should Im piped for gas in order to save toe
heavy eipenditurs for thia convenience at a later data.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT It
P0WRR CO . LIMITED.
E. DOWIE
:0NTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Plana, Spscifications, Eatimataa
P. 0. Doi 37. North Vancouver
WE COULD
Paper the World
Irom our stock ol ns* Vail Passrs
ao it stems. Evsry day soma new
■latign arrive* lo All Iks vasenoy
o| Ihoas dosed nut.
Handsome Wall Papers
ars here in i-mllaw verl«ty. .liul
tell our iiile.in.il for what room
you want the paper aod he will
show you just tk* pallera you are
Inoking lor.
To rhuos* Iron our stock i. a pleasure, to pay our prloe I* ea.y.
W. H. ST0NEY & CO.
117 Loaadal* Avsau* Vhum 119
j
N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
270
127 LONSDALE AVE.
NOBTH VIMfOVVIM ECKH'S
Are guaranteed against impprfBPfipns
which in pporly made gooilspBiiso nmch
worry flnd.inPQiivenienpe to flip lionse-
"STEEL GRIP"
Paint find V*mi*h Brushes
Will do first class work snd will not
shed the bristles.
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
North Vancouver Hardware Store
104 ESPLANADE        NEXT TO POST OFFICE
LOTS IN BAYVIEW
————
D. L. 621 & 2075 on Keith Road,
a short distance west of the Imperial Car Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Co.'s properly. $300 and $325 each-|20 cash,
balance easy terms. These lots command an uninterrupted
View of three miles of liniraul Inlet. Good soil and level.
Call or write for descriptive pamphlet. '..
S. F. MUNSON
333 Ponder St W.
Phone Seymour 5654
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ERINDALE. D.L.622
Between proposed SECOND NARROWS BRIDGE
and NORTH ARM BRIDGE on Keith Road
FIFTY FOOT LOTS, $330 5X2
GRADED BQAP TO EVERY LOT
Water and telephone service is being pul into diitrict now und
route baa bars survsyed lor carline.
D.MacLURG
340 PENDER STREET      VANCOUVER, B. C.
ASK
your neighbours
and they will recommend it to
you—THE
iin iiii iron wilh
a reputation,
rlv I • Vila 1 We shall be pleased Io send one ol these
irons to you lor TEN DAYS FREE TRIAL. Phone 46
Light and Power Department.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co,, Ltd.
50 LONSDALE AVENUE
/
TAKE NOTICE
— i 'i       ■
THAT the Gvk Information and Labor Bureau is now
open for |he Convenience uf Employers and Employees.
Employers sre requested lo take advantage ol the Office
when requiring help.
P1mm321
•W. h. HOOD, Secretary,
14 Lonsdale Avenue,
North Vancouver.
COMMUNICATION
Twmmm
FRUIT   PRODUCE
CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, Etc.
WHOLESALE ONLY
PETERS A DOYLE
130 wmttt\ jtom U*. Telephone 200
Conyoim&a to North Vancouver Merchant*
lay n Sent Qwp Jtttp. Y«W Ofittl Solicited
The Pditor, Past Sir;
: \ desire to draw your attention to
the report, of tin f.ypp \p\kv Bats-
payers' Association rouoling which appeared ip last Friday'* i«Ho pf your
paper. J can only. iwwl»f> that you
arp, personally ignorant of what transpired ut, that wwtinjfi-or yo» *r-
talnly would not have allowed; >m »
gros* misrepresentation of the 'a°t»
to appear,
I do pot know who wrote tha n>-
iiiiirkiibin report in qnesilon, but jl
th* person who did so was prssept at
that masting, he pertaimV dm mt
W • wart tot tin tntth wnrry him
much.
As the mooting] was nailed to discus"
a matter ol vita) importance to 'the
lm Valley sBatepsyer* and to bast
Councillor JjOUtDt'i defepoe ol the dis-
trict. engineer, I must usk yon in fair-
ness to bu good enough to pnbllsh
this letter in order that the public
may judge ns to tho 'fuels' published
in yopr last issue.,
I will take the mors scriou* misstatements seriatim:   •
Mislatement No. 1: ''('ouncillnr
l.oul.'l ,.. .,, proved coiiolusivsly Uml
lli.'i'i.. were no aotual charge*."
Are yop awuro that thu secretary lo
the Asaociation, Hr. 1). (1. Hattio had
a Ijat ol definite charges in black and
while, whicii wero read .out at the
meeting and to which Councillor I,on
let could give no satisfaction'/ Why
is llijs fuel mppfsssed in your import
ol tho mooting?
Mistaltnient No. 2:
"The largo majority which was advene to tho engineer had Icon re
duced to a nuagre 11 in favor of tbe
rusolii'tioin to 5 aga}n<lv whilst, soms
liliy who had como prepared lor the
slaugbtor refrained (rom voting nl-
togstber."
For a barefaced miuroprt'sentntiim o|
tho lucts this paragraph is hard tn
heal. For your reporter to publish
'■iii'li a iiinii'iiii'iit in view ol tho loot
lhal lifly or sixty ratepayer* who
wont prtsont at that meeting know it.
to In incorrect iu tho height of im
pudence.
The liietii of Ihe onso tire Ihcse: when
Ihu iini.'iiiliiii'iit to witlidruw tbo de-
nm in I for the engineer's dismissal was
put to Iho meeting it was voted n
gainst hy practically the whols nl
those prosenl. in Inct it was such
un nvorwhclining defeat lor Iho apologists lor thu engineer and such u
complete vindication nnd endnraenwut
of Ihe ullitudo ol Hume HcNuugbt
and Councillor Allen that un atlumpl
was mudo lo minimi*- ils effect hy
duinanding Ibat only members ol the
asaociation should he allowed lo vole
Hy this means Ihe gruat majority of
the roliwpuyers in Ihe hall woro pre-
iinicd iiiiiii vnling nu the technical
ground. that they wei-u not mcmberB
of the iiBsocialion. Tho president,
Mr. Neat, accordingly put the timoud-
monl to tho mooting a second lime,
nmi il wus delenl.il by oypf II tu f>.
I may Hay lhal il wns nearly mid-
nil.'hi. and afler tin- prcnidonl bail
counted II voice .'i|iiii< I, ho ounscd,
with Ihe rcuiurk "1 havu counted II
nlii'inlv und lhal is sufficient tn shew
Ihul the ninciidinent is deleiitod."
Everyone who was present knows
iimt on the second vole Ihe uiimlioi
wus lur in excess ol eleven, and thai
only Ir.- could Iw found lo stipporl
the engineer's party,
Misiiiieuieni No- .'1:
"Councillor Allun udvocnled Uiat
the work ol the district bo done by
contract." ,
Councillor Allan distinctly stated ut
Ihu nievling thut day labor was the
cheapest uud licet whon tho work was
efficiently supervised.
He claimed that. Iho present engin-
cer did not have Ilie confidence ol Ilie
men working under him und Ihnt Iho
In nl t lay with the huid ol the machine rather than with tbe men who
simply carry out his instructions.
He showed that u coolractor can
carry on work successfully by moans
ol day labor if he has sufficient brain,
and experience and that a properly
ijualilied engineer could do tbe same.
I may add lhat following Ihis argument lull lief it moans that the con-
Iraotor's profits arc laved by lb* municipality when work is properly done
by day labor.
Thorn lew remarks of mine show to
what polpable miarisjireaiiitalioir tiip
apologists of the present engineer bare
lo descend in lha endeavor to bobter
up Ihe case (or Iheir protege
Then shabby irttii will not deter
the ratepayers of l.ynn Valley ip Iheir
fight lor good government and acono-
mical expenditure of Iho publio money
The fight is only beginning Snd n*i
dent ratepayers in all parts ol the
municipality are earnestly dewed, to
give Umbo questions their urgent consideration. The (lowing tide is wWi
us and in Ibe end the common sense
ol public opinion will demand, and sou
that ft gel*, * satisfactory return for
Ihe-public expenditure, and that all
th* residents of our growing municipality got a fair end square deal io
spile of all the intrigue* of reek, es-
tlio shark* to ootjtrol iM rebut et
municipal government to fimtt'we
advantage.
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In BLOCKS 15, 15a, 16 and 16a. D.L. 550.
'    PRICES; $750 to $ 1000 according to location.
TERMS: MCaA, Bal. 6,12 and 18months,
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ACREAGE in Diitrict Lots 546 and 550
In Blocks of from One to Four or more acres.
PRICES: from $2000 to $3250 per acre
TERMS: 1-4 Cash, Bal 6,12,18 & 24 months
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ABCUITECT and ENUINKLB
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I'lione III I'J North Vancouver
Percy ,'s   Ilowurd II. .1. i'crrin
Cily Auditor.
HOWARD & PERRIN
Auditors and Accountant*
tQt, Tender St. W.      I'. I). Dm 333ft
i'bone 8837 I'hone 183.
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PLAY POOL
AT HAMMONDS
FIBST WEST
Finea| tablet und ouou ia the Cily
BLACKSMITHS
R. H. TARN
I'ionoir Horse*boer — Carriage Works
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CONFECTIONERY
The Palm Confectionery
Stationery, Confectionery, be Cream,
Snft Urinke, Fouulaia Drisks, Tobacco
Light I mn In-", Fruit
B. C, DUCOMMUN k SON
Lonadale and 6th I'hons 318
CONTRACTORS
Iho New Block on  l.onadule Avenue
noar tbe Ferry  Approach
Waa built by
SMITH BROTHERS
lii'iieiiil i 'onliiii'luia
NOBTB VANCOUVEB
CLARK & LYNCH
ENUINF.KBS
Contractor* for ie inlorccd oo/iorste
i. ui'i 11 ii i'ii i,n. Sowering in all It*
branrhes, hnuse coiiueolion* a spo-
linliy. EalimsUe fnmiilied. Olli.-..
30 l..,n.dalc Ave. I'l.on* 386.
BOOKS AND STATIOHSRY
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BookNllsrs and Staltonar*
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Engineer. Flan*, elevations section*,
reports, specification*, estimates, tie.
(or all classes ol work, Tracings, Blue
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Pressed Brick Mantles a Specialty.      l'liDitf l,ii;
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Studio   over   Bank   B, N. A.
Lonidale and Eslilaaads
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Suw I'iI.'i and Griudcr. All kinds ol
baud, crosa out and buck suws sot
and Alsd at abnrtaat nolic*. II Loot-
dalo Avonue, North Vancouver.
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E. LAURIN
High elusi Ludise' and Oaut'i failoriag
KEITH HLUCK, FIBST STBEET
NOBTH VANCOUVEIt
CIVII, KNGINKKRS
Angus J. Cameron
ABLE. * S.
CIVII, ENGINEER
Irrigation,   drainage, levels,    plans
and sperifioatlon*.   Septic tanks
bouse drainage a susWalty.     V,
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Freeh aad Smoked Fit*
live tnd Dressed Poultry
Vegetables Define? twice dally
Phon* 340 111 First Strset
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JONES ICE CO.
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Cre»m
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uf nm fu jwow
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HoittB Tailor* and Rauvitory
307 fjoudil* Av.iio
Cleaning, I'reeiiag, DyoUn, Alkiing
We uae the Fruxoh Dry Clennieg
Prooses phon* 'ill
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TEACHERS (Music)
SAM. T, SUTTON
TEACHEB OF PIANO and '1 HEOBf
Specialty: Cbildroi>'« Leaiuiu at own
horn*. Terms, *tc., apply Qenoral
IWivsry.
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Home Furnishers
128 LONSDALE AVENUE
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We have just received the largest shipment
of metal Bedsteads we have assembled in
seasons, this ought to be intensely interesting
pews to hosts of people in view of the fact
that iron and brass beds are replacing wooden
ones so fast. As a still further emphasis on
the advisability of an early inspection we
name these prices;
CASB I'ltlCES
Very Neat Iron Bedstead, "3*1, $2.75
Good Strong Bedstead, all sizes - $3.95
Special, a leader „       •   $4.95
And prices range from these up to $40 to $50
SEE THESE
IN ALL SIZES
Don't forget we can supply you with
CROCKERY
Toilet Sets
Dinner Sets
Tea Sets   •
Gl
assware
We can specially cater to your wants in
Linoleum and
Window Shades
We have an expert man at this work and
can guarantee ALL OUR WORK
Bedroom Dresners
In Golden Finish wilh beveled Plate  #7 fi A
Mirrw 14*24 pn N* Gwh Price «P »i*J\J
Another Dresser
In Surfaced Quartered Opk wilh bev.   #7 7fi
Plate Minor 14*24, Cash Price  - t?MO
Mahogany Finished Dresser
Uige and beautiful. Fine large Mirror d>OQ AA
FOR QUICK SALE -    -    - ip.fiO.UU
Ladies Dressing Tables
Don't hesitate if you want a genuine bargain,   In
Royal Oak and Mahogany Finish. Caih Pricei are
$10.00, $14.50 and $15,00
Large Dresser
With three large Drawers. Extra   (J»OQ fT A
line British bev. Mirror, Cash Price   «p*<£.OU
Carpet Squares & Rugs
We are enlarging our
CARPET DEPARTMENT
and will offer Special Values during
August, as we must have more room.
We are expecting the biggest Shipment
of Squares and Rugs direct from England
-that ever reached this North Shore.
Didjou hear it? "Necessity invented stools,
convenience next suggested elbow chairs" but
if you want to see the very latest things in
the way of convenience you ought to come
in and let us show you what we have in the
wayof Davenport Beds, Leather
Couches, Large Easy Chairs
and several other pieces that a progressive
age has invented for use and ornament.
COUCHES
You would wonder how we could sell
them for so small a price.
Cash price    -   -   -   -
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THE LATEST IN
BUNGALOW NETS
AND MADDRASS
MUSLINS
PORTIERS AND
LACE CURTAINS
BUFFETS AND SIDEBOARDS
in early English Golden Fumed Oak
the latest Mission and Colonial Designs.
DINING
SETS
in leather or wood seats
Golden or Early
English Finish,
Pillows and Blankets
is what you always get at this Furniture store.
Ili'uulily jrQjjr. home. I'laaaurc/cuw-
foil and mili'.i.'ii'ii.'ii Dome Irom an al-
tiuclivi; interior.
Duality in liiriiiliiio Hook nol newa-
aorily imply tlio most cully materials, Imi rulk-r .."imi jinl 'ini'iil io ae
leolion.
ilifi'i- is a veritable harvest ol houm-
1      litinialiinga It.-ro and you aro as vol-
como lo visit  us us wo can |>o»*illy
11 hi l-i- you.
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We have a large line of ROCKERS and
chairs of all kinds:
Veranda Chain
Hammock Chairs
Camp Chairs
Canvas Cots
Woven Wire Cots and Camper's Outfits
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Combs and tfuir Ornamepis l>epn
\i\b\e6ii on Hi<» msrket.
fl In Mieso r()i|iiirt!iiitiiits our Btoc)c,
whioh has been purchased from ()e- ,
signers and manufacturers of world
wide fame, is most empliatioally up
to tbo standard set by .limbnm. .
fl Qack combs, side combs, burettes,
bandeaux, crowns and liair pins, in
all prevailing shades made from finest material, plain,gold mounted and
jewelled.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
Hastings and Granville Streets
Vancouver, B. C"
JUST ARRIVED FROM GERMANY
The first shipment lo thii country of (he famous Dowgale
GRAMOPHONES
These machines are of the best quality and finish.   For tope
they are unequalled.
D^'   _   4JQA   To be sold on lerms of $10 cash
mCe »p.JU   and $5 per month.   LESS THAN
HALF THE COST
ol any other make of gramophone of similar size.    There is
nothing cheap about these gramophones but ihe price.
fl We have alii; jn stock a quantity of English double disc
records, price 85c each.' 'These records are (he finest we
have heard and can only be obtained at
Tke Warburnitz Piano House, Ltd*
443 Lonsdale Ave.
Phone 114
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ACGOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED
ACCOUNTANTS
)I9 Pender street, Vancouver
aud
Norlb Vapcouver
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Kallethe's Bath
Curiier Homer and Pender SU.
Tht Daly up-to-date aud reli-
Kl* hath bouaa in Hriti.h Co
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We curt where others fail.
Satisfaction guarantied or no
pay. Plain hatha, electric baths,
Mower baths, massage for holly, scalp and face ; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
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§u»lne«ft College
633 Seymour si., Vancouver
Day scbool open all tbe year
round. Night school comment
ta September 8th.
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CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries aud Provisions
Wholesale and I.ttail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays aud Friday*
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Manufacturers
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reaiTestate
land and mortgage
invbstmrn'o
estates managed
fire insurance
R. Ktrr Houlgatt Manager
MWW"T»
ill Norli Vancouvtr ptoplt sat »l
INNARDS1
m* VltA Wo* or Buiiw &h
Uie new post ofioe.  Jaonard
Ma Im hy tilt DO lin J,
TrT r_T   rrm   ■—^  p.'prf-t,* *
fte Standing Alibi of H
WW W dfff US. tit* ptlmtt 0tM
Mw lir lli». »lw»-
Iftlf » «!t»Ft PWftrepcs, the a|{nr-
ney |9F the defence annouueeti (Ml
Hit deluce closed 111* case.
7b* Judge's charge was moripul and
formal In the miftpip. At t|ie clpao
of ili $• Ion »Wwwl> invited to
reflre, declined to do if), and f Ifftput
stepping Irom the Jury hox returned
1. verdict of ''not guilty."
And then tho crowd piled up on
top of 9. Stunlelgh Storme and, showered Wm wltb congratulations.
This wat tbt only precarious experience that fltorwe b»d ittttrtd
AOflOf till ilwrfe tblftf. TWd-lblrds.
perhaps, ol bis Irluudu and acqualu-
tances wert In tbt court room.
Every Individual among the number Insisted upon snaking him by tbe
band. Tbe crowd packed tbe Isles,
walling for bim.   .
Stormo bad bit tyt (Uetl wistfully
upon tbt exit. For some reason be
was aax|ous tn get war.
Ht thanked bit counsel briefly, together with bit witnesses, and then
hurried along. Finally ho reached
tbe Open ulr.
But there tUH clung to bin a little
bevy pi men and women.
Suddenly bt glanced down the
ttreet.
"There," bt explained to bis friends,
"Is a man I want to see—a man 1
iiiinit set."
And be hurried off. As be went bt
glanced at his watch.
There was no man, but be simply
wanted to get away, that's all.
Qn tbt way be passed Officer O'Connell and Burke, the pleu cloUies man.
As he did so he smiled upon ihem in
a way that wat childlike and bland.
Tln-y returned tbo salutation with
curt nods of their heads.
"Well, Jim," said O'Connell to
Burke, as Storme left them far In the
rear, "wbat d'ye make of It, any
way?"
"Billy," returnd Burke, solemnly,
''I don't know wbat to make of It.
The only solution I have arrived at lb
that the devil must have been string-
In' us that night. That's all I've got
to say."
O'Councll shook bis bead doubtfully. And tbey quickened tbeir paco
and—followed Storme.
Away up the street Storme forged
ahead with rapid steps.
"An alibi," bt muttered to himself,
"Is a blamed good thing."
CHAPTER VII.
Tbe Sbadowers and tbe Shadowed.
It took Kiorm.) some time to escape
entirely from tbo clutches ol I bla
over enthusiastic friends. All the way
"long tbe strset be met them.
liy means of one pretext and another, however bt finally eluded
tbcm and slipped down a quiet street.
From this one be emerged Into a more
open thoroughfare, and finally Blood
before the tiouverneur, his bachelor
apartment home.
Once there, he glanced hastily up
and down the street to muke sure that
no one saw bim, then quickly unlocked the door and stepped Inside.
He ascended noiselessly to Uie second
floor apartment. He entered It, aud
hastily passed through room after
room.
"Nobody here," be remarked wilb a
blgb of relief.  "I am all alone.".
He seated himself at a desk and
began to write.
"It Is Just as well,'- he said to himself, "to write once more, now that
It's all over, tt was Just as well, too,
to write before, when — the first —
catastrophe occurred. It's safer If
anything. It's taking chances big
chances perhaps—but In a salt quarter, after all."
He wrote haul liy u follows:
My Dear Miss Duinont, -
II seems better to address you so,
for tbe present. There are certain
Hilngi to wbicb I prefer to refer by
letter alone. ,
"You will recall thai I wrote you on
ihe twenty-fourth of last month requiring you to make no reference In
my presence, or to me, to anything
which might have happened. That
request was' not prompted by any desire to be spared humiliation 11 wss
a part of the peculiar circumstances
which have constituted a part of my
present lift.
"Now that I have been vindicated lu
your eyes and In Ihe eyes of the
world I ask you to make to me no reference to to-day's happenings, nor to
such vindication, nor, Indeed, to this
letter qr toe other.
I have many good rcuons for making this request, which will appear
later. J dote with the expreslon of
much regard.   Sincerely,
"H. STAtyUBIQH STORMS."
"A Ut formal, perhaps," continued
Storme, "but certainly Imperative.
This complication wltb Miss Dumont
was ctttilnly unlocked tot~Ml yef''
-be smiled to hAipjnlt--'fpot altogether unfortunate, 'toy pin- I *W
know |ltcr all, Ut t*at It I, . good
Uilsf - a ipty Mod fblnf, perhaps,
a/Ur all/'       Jl \
.Stanleigh Streme, cont.
HS enplbstd || In pi t|)ve|ppe, tf-
diessed Hit letter, and sealed it csro-
fully with wax, uppn wh|cb be Impressed tifp seal ring bs WPFt.
9t Ippked at his watch. v
"Tbars'i plenty of tips. h\ send
this up by mepsepgtr.  Thtt.* pert."
Rising from tlie dpsk, be ijrswiipon
bib bead a soft felt bat which partly
ppypriejj |)|a fttft and stole dpwnstalrs
again. Ho carefully opened tbe fropl
door and looked pp|.
Tbe ttflpt ftf deserlcd-almpsi
But not qulte-for at each end pt tbe
blocked lounged oat man, Intent, apparently, pn everything except tbe
Couvernour or H. Stanlolgh Stormo.
"Great Scpttl" murmured Storme to
himself, "so soon again?"
Ht retraced bis steps and ro-cn-
tored tbe hall and, patting through
to tht rtar of tbt apartment bouse,
made bis exit through tp alleyw.iy.
Once clear pf the place, bt hastened towards tbt centre of the town
end huuded bit message In st a local
delivery office wltb Instruction* to
send It out at once.
In tbt moontlmo ont pt tbt two
men wbo had stood outside ssuntertd
MP tnd accpated tbe other.
Did yon see bim then, Jim, when
be stuck bis bead outside?"
Burke nodded—lor It was be.
"He won't come out till dark, now,"
be replies, "you see II be does."
"Well," returned tbe flrut man, "he
saw us all right, all right—though
lie can't he sure Just who wo are since
wo're all togged out In tbis way. We
might Just as well stick together now
lor a while, anyway. Gimme a chaw
0' tobacco, will you? That's the
ticket."
There was a silence wbilo ho carefully adjusted, tbe stuff to suit bis
taste.
Suddenly be grasped tbe other mau
by Ihe sleeve.
"Ueo!" be exclaimed, "book u here
How tbe devil now did he get out!
He gave us too slip, (Iter all."
He pointed down tbe street.
Burke nodded his bead.
"lle'u been out—blamed if be ttin'i,"
absented he, "snd now he's coming
back. He's a slick one, all right.
Went out the back way, prob'ly, an'
now he's comln' back as bold as
brass."
Tbe object of their remarks disappeared within tbe bouse. He looked
neither to tbe right nor to the left.
Most certainly be did not see Ibe two
plain clothes men, or, If bo did, be
gave no sign.
It was now fairly late In tho afternoon.
"Stumpy," exclaimed Burke, "go
around the corner there and 'phono
headquarters. Ifie may seo another
man. An' you keep that alleyway under yer eye, too."
"We not this fellow pow where we
want bim, gn' It's u blame good thing
It forgot Boinethlflg and hod to come
back. We'll camp ou his trail; we'll
follow   bim,   no   mutter   whero  be
'il
goes.
"Slurapy," be continued, "let
te|| you. I told It in court, au'
that Ihere man Is tbe man who
lobbed that bank, and, by* Qeorgo, I'm
goln' to keep bim In sight If It lakes
Ibe whole force to do It.. Understand 1
I am, so help mo Qod."
Tbe other man came up from bead-
quarters.
"Say, Burke," be exclaimed. "I saw
your man dowutown. What're you
iii'in' up here?"
"I know you did,"replied Burke,
"an' he came back, an' he's in Uie
Oouverneur over there, an' dou't you
forget It';
The other glanced ut bim doubtfully.
"Ob, that's It, Is Itr be returned.
"1 didn't know. I only know I saw
htm -that's all—an' I woudered at
Ibe time wbero you was."
Burko and too two men vanished
Into thin air. Once more Ibe slrett
became deserted. Dusk had come ou
-it was growing darker vory mo-
mint
, At a quarter to eight a man clad
In a dress suit and a light overcoat
emerged from tbe apartment house
end sauntered down tb street.
In front of a bouso wltb an English basement stood an electric street
lump. He pasted this, and lbs light
shone full on bit fact.
When bt reached too corner ho
gltnced up and down and behiud bin
for an Instant, and then, breaking into
a fsst walk, nude lor toe west end of
town.
He bad no sooner done so tben a
man emerged from tbe basement, another from an alleyway across the
street, apd a (bird from a recess
around toe corner.
Without tot slightest recognition ol
ei.cb oiber ,they turned In tnd followed tot man to toe light coat, etch
man In bl* own way.
Down at headquarters late that afternoon toe sergeant called to * special officer.   The officer burrled lo.
"Say, flynn/' be remarked, "look
her*. Tbere's Ibe man the bapks
wspl u* to ktpp lib on. See bin!
Tht Wtow wl* tot «»ucb tyftl Vet,
mtp ft> tm-
"Now, totftbpre. 9VfM It tftor
bim.   but   there  ain't  0 tint  tt
nnnnf nnm ...   I.  — -     ■ ■   m        W    P 'P"» ftm
mhumm
■
Hall Price Sale
In orijer fo m^e 1 complete tap-up. qf all summer lines
and thus make room fpr |he new fall orders alrtady
,   jnvfljwl, WP will sell for half price the underpenlionp^
llfflW.
45.00 Uf*] W4 SqjU, while anc) cpbl, «|e $2.50
$7.§0 Ladies W4 StiiM. white tnd cP|pr«, sale $3.75
Sizes 34, 36 and 38onjy.
flpy't »nd Girl'* Summer Httt, regultrjmce 25p \q
$100.: «»|p „   -UAII f\m,
Ladies' Lawn Waiils, slighdy soiled; a large yariely pf
•    patterns;   HAH PRICE
Ladies' and Girl's Parasols, ranging from 25c in Girl'* and
$100 in Ladles'   sale HALF PRI(|
Boy's Wash 3nits, sale THIED OFF
Gent's Straw Hals HALF PRH|
Gent's Summer Vests HALF PRICp
J. J. McALEECE
91-95 LONSDALE AVENUE      PHONE 93
ESPLANADE
50 Feet     -
SECOND STREET
25 Feel, Blk. 158 -     -
THIRD STREET
25 Feel, Blk. 138      -
FOURTH STREET
50 Feel, B|k. 129 -  -
$7000
$2800
$3200
$2400
—r
John Alexander & Co.
121 lOSSDAU AVE, NORTH VANCOUVER
I
NORTH LONSDALE
100x 132 in a splendid location,
facing south, $1000. One third
cash.   East of Lonsdale Ave.
JACK LOUTET & CO.
213 Unsdilc Ave. Tel. 47
___i 1	
Cor. Nr* Sf. Tel. 87
I
jnj If you want your Doors
^1   and Windows in a hurry
call, phone or write
DICKINSON & SON
ESPLANADE EAST
Phone 222      P. O. Box 1719
Campbell Realty & Investment Co,
FOB SAI.K fi room Imuso on ('hot-
terfisld Avt. Now, ill modem. 1'rios
»,m Kuy twins.
HEAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
TELEPHONE 89. P. 0, BOJ( 114
1   ■ ■ 11"''"
HOT?
'" »   ■
YES I
Htve your Fire losurtpcc looked into these hot day*.
Dcltys ut dangerous.
Jkjim "d wottiw* Fw jwim Cowptny
Hltr|fiimfCo,Ud."^rvf 1
\'
L
^^H Vuncouvtr
■ 11*111  vmv
Urwl iiroursm kw bttii wttlt In
Its TotiritsniMit now uitiiur wsy on
the grnimilt pt tht North Vtnoouvtr
TpbhIs 0I»Ii tnil tvtrylhliig points to
Iht fttt thtt tin awnss will bt wtll
JftVmA it Iht scheilult, Tht tptn
' Singtst tnd Iht handicap singles havt
progrestttl tt lar as Iht ssmi-(|iials,
tnd til Iht other events are in tn ail
.. VIBPlfcl1 tltgt,
Mr, J, V. tell is presenting a liainl-
. tons sup tp ht competed lar tnnmlly,
to tht winntr tl Iht man's hawllcsp
slnglst, tnd tho Prwlilsnt of iht dub,
Ur, II, 0, Arniiltgt, Is tlso presenting
a handsome trophy 'or ont ol the
events. Other prists tre hsing presented by Messrs. .Winston and Salsify (lor tbt mlsaij donblss), tnd hy
Wtssrs Ptln tnd McMillan (Ladies'
singlet).
Tht results np to Inst night srs as
lollowsi—
Optn tingles; Cardinal boat 8. f.
Mt-Naugliton, Mcl'harson beat llaewell
and (Irickniay Iteat Heaven.
Udies*-singles: Mrs. Maltliy beat
Mist Huniphrlss (by default), Mrs,
CUT PRICES
ONYOUR
DRUG NEEDS
SSSSB555553B5BSS5S58S5TS5S
Yh ww mmj fcy tauliag tt thii start
Baby's Own Soap    ,26a bos
Caatoria ,„ .,.„.,, Mc
Allsnbury's Pood  Ko
Nsttlts- Pood  4Ko
8yrup ol ilypophospbatet   itt
Health Halls Ik i forSlic
Enos' Salt .'  Ito
Hynof Rotp , , Mc
Warm Weather and Bathing Supplies
'
HpongM     ISo to 13 itch
WlUr Wings  IWc|inir
Hoaps Irom ' 10a to Slit i-alte
Chtmois from  (Oo to I'J saili
Wash Cloths  I0t sad.
Abwirlmil Cotton this weak ...Mo lb.
North Shore Drag Co.
ESPUNADE WEST
Ps S. THOMAS, Phra.B. DrunZ'
t lew doors wilt ol tbt Pott Office.
floods delivered lo tny part of citv.
I'In mi' 311 House Phone u\
P
Htevnns beat Mrs, Thonitsstn, kin.
(lardlnall bett Miss'Mclftngbtpii, 9m
% Archibald best Miss Woods,
Men's Utndintp «iiig|si, .MtlHi.v
beat M, Woods' tnd Rogers boat IJ.
Wooda,
BPW08TH W5AGW AWWHW
Tha President wants t tnll torn-
ont on Monday, Aug. 3ht, :it S pin
Be mire tnd o»,no.   All weli-ow.'.
North  Vancouver Epwnrtb  Mttho.llst
Mague.
CHURCH^ NOTICES
N0BT8 VAHCOUVPR
Hapliit Church - Fifth awl St.
Oeorge. Servioee pi 11 a.m. and 7.80
p.m. Sunday School ana Bibll Class
at 19.15 p.m. Praytr and praise serves Wednesday at 8 p.m. Pastor, Bev.
A. J, Prosser, 3nd street east.
Mithodist Church, comtr ol Bilth
ttrest aad St. Ueorgt't Aveuue-
Sunday prsacking services ai 11.00 1.
m. and 7.30 p.m.. Sundty School aa
Bible Class at 130 p.m., Senior Ltt-
ptffl»sfl9,80p;«t.,.V,P,S,M,TMt».
day evwing » o'clqpk, prayer w*tjijj
Wtdnesday evening 8 o'olqok, ''God
needs yon; yon need Ond." Boy. Bob--
aid UttlooA, minuter.
Bt. Agnes Church, Bonlevtid-Vipar,,
9tv, % ft'Bnwe. 7,H0 n.m, evensong
every Sundty: 11 t-m. PolyCpmmun-
!»», 9nd Sunday ..I every month.
St. Edmund'* Cnthnlio Ohurcli, Mahon Imwi Siindaya-Mass o.OO u.
m., Sunday 8ohoo| Q.80 p.m., Bflttry
Bantdiotion and Heimntt 7..'«) p.m.
Indian Catholic Church nl St.
Paul's. Mass, 7.B0 p,m. Sumlaye. Pat-
tor, Btv. %. Pevtavin. OMA,
Tht Salvttlon Army-B. 4. Ball,
Lonsdale k\ppw. SWay - 11 a,
m,, holiness masting; , .1 p.t|.,
children's meetingi 7.<I5 p.m.,
salvation meeting: Tuesday, 8 p.m.,
holiness meeting; Wednesday, 4 p.m.,
ohildren'a meeting; Thursday, 8 p.m.,
salvation meeting. Captain Duuula
will vitit any wbo art tick or in distress at any time.
NOBTH IMSPAI.B
North Lonsdale Presbyterian Chnrob
-WoraWp, Sutdays, 7.80 p.m., Sunday School, 3.80 p.m. B. Van Vuus-
stsr, H.A., pastor.
St. Thomas, Norlh Lonsdale-Vicar,
Bev, T, E, Bowo. 8 a.m., every Sunday eicept 1st Sunday in month ; 8.80
m.m.w   »'<•••   n»   «.uv   |,.„,.,   ...etui   I.WI- "       1  /   a _J        . .1.      ..
gus on Monday evening al 800 p.m.,I•*.' W,**»? 'n »W»bi U t*
prayer and praiss sarvU on Wednss-1 Jf*'}0 Um}' tnd •e"??' ¥* ""M"'
day evening at 8.00, Junior Uigus ™jWI 11 t.m, Holy Cpmmunion
ttrvlca o» Thurtday. altornooji atMO. | "nd 88rB,on' lst and 8rd Sundays,
J.VNN VAI-LBY
A cordial welcome is ex tended to all!
to attend thsse servicae. Pastor, W.'
C. Schljchter, resident-*, corner Keith!
Boad and St. Andrew's.
St. John ths Evangolist, 8th and
13th streets: Holy communion, 8 a.m.
mbraiBtf prayer, 11 a.m. | evening prayer, 7.80 p.m. On tbe first .Sunday- in
Ibe month there will be a second celebration ol tha holy communion at
II a.m.  Bector, Bev. llnuii Hooptr.
St. Andrew'i Presbyterian Churoli,
8th street. .Services : Morning worship
11 a.m., evening worg_u 7.30 p.m.,
Sunday   School '130   A  Minister's
JL
Lynn Valley Presbyleriaa Church-
Worship, Sundays, 1) a.m., Union
Sunday School, 3.30 p.m. B. Van
Munster, II.A., pastor.
Lynn Vulley Methodist Churcb-Ssr-
vice every Sunday evening in the new
church at 7 o'clock.
St. Clement's, Lynn Vulley-Vicar,
Btv. T. I'l. Howe. Aasjstant Priest,
Hev. Jt. B. Ilaelam,II.A. 7.30 p.m.,
evensong, -every Sunday; II a.m.
holy communion, lat Sunday of every
month. '
—————————————————————
NORTH VANCOUVER CITV WRIKS, LIMITED
TIME TABLE
TAKING  EFFECT  MAY  FIRST,  igii
Imvs Vancouver 0.30 a.m. and
thereafter every 30 minutes until
7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.H0 p.m.
every 30 minulee until ll.OO p.m.
Iherealter 13.15 and 1.00 a.m.
WEEK DAYS
Leave North Vancouver 11.00 a.m.
and thereafter every 30 minutes until 7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.30 p.
ui. every 30 minutes until 11.00 p.
in. thcrealler 11.45 and 13.18 a.m.
Leave  Vancouver 7.40,  8.311 snd
0.00 Iherealter same aa weekdays.
SUNDAYS
Leave North Vancouver 7.30, 6.00
and 8.40, thereafter same as weekdays.
PA8SENGEB BATES
Single faro 5c, 8 lor 36c, 80 lor tl, 70 lor 13.
VEHICLE BATES
A Lumber wagons, trucks and
drays, 75c return.
11-3 horse sipress carriages and
baeka, AOc return.
O-l boras  eiprats  buggies   and
autoa, 38c return.
Time-table subject to cbonut without notice.
Company not liable lor delays, accidental or otherwise.
All tha ajtove rntee include driver. Hales A tnd B subject to 30
per cent, discount ia lota ol 50.
PBBIGBT TABIFP
Per 100 lbs. rate, 5c.
Minimum rate, |0c.
RANGES
mnm
Anything we might say about these Ranges
.   would be superflous.    They tre too well
known to need boosting.  OUR TERMS i
$10 down  .  $10 per month
We are sole agents:
paine & McMillan
Corner First Street and Lomdale Ave.
North Vancouver. Phone 12
&
GOOD BUYING
.
Half Acres in East Half 787. The
few remaining for sale at $500 and $550.
Terms I -4 cash, 6,12 and 18 months.
Apply to
GEORGE A. KENDALL
522 Pender Street
VANCOUVER, B.C.
V*
4
i
/
YOUR TOWN'S LARGEST and BEST MEN'S and BOYS'
i
Invites you to call and inspect their new Fall Stock and leam what is newest and best to wear this fall and winter
=NEW=
TROUSERS
Halifax Twead, the
old reliable for the
worker $2.50
FaiKiy Woratedaand
BlueorHlackSergea
from $3.75 to $6.00
inrnklktw^fAmUtMnf
UNDERWEAR
Tb* Imi aad moat reliable
brands ire Hid* t special ly ol
SUnflelds   Eliatie
Bibbad $1.25 up
Peoman'i Natural
Wool, wall known,
py nwybody $1.25
Sotyarloii Unahrink-
U $340 par auit
YOU may not be ready to buy your Fall and Winter
r  goods for some time yet, but you surely are ready
right now to see and learn what the new styles are
We like particular pleasure here in showing the new, goods to early, lookers, (or we realize that the
person who take* the pains to investigate the new styles early is the very parson whose trade we want to get.
And so you will nnd m especially aniious just now to put before your' eyes—if you will come—the goods that
will please you, stylet and patterns so charming, and values so unmistakably out of the ordinary that, later on,
when you are ready to buy you will remember the good thing* you have seen at this store and come in and buy them
You fthould aurely tm thoM Handsome Now Suit! while MiortmenU are at
their beat. They will moot your requirement* m to atyle and beauty,
and tha really unusual values we offer will appeal to any economical
idea you may havt.
Prices range: $15.00, $19.00, $23.75 to $30,00
fa i*f*tn gfH Iki tniu Utu mi BETTER VALUES to gala year itiit aad bald it
r~
=SOCKS=
That Wear
Cashmere Hocks iu
the LAMA WOOL,
reinforced heel and
toe, the kind people
hhIi for
3 Pairs, $1.00
Spin Dsal
CLOTHIER
Up-to-Date
FURNISHER
-SHIRTS-
The assortment of
Shirts you will N
showy both in dress,
semi-dress and working is something enormous. Ask to see
then).
50c to $2.50

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