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Voluma Jl
North Vawqohvmb, B.Q„ TwraV, ivw 26, mi
Nwrobur 40
Succewful Scotch Picnic
Fully 300 reildenti of tba North
Shun were present at tba annual
Sootoh picnic and Oalidoqian iporla,
held ot| Saturday at tba Capilano
fall. Th* pjonla waa onnaldered by
many 10% tba moil' successful event
of It* kind ever held on Iba North
Shore. Those attending wero anUr
laincd or took part in ivery concoiv-
ablo description ol apnrt Irom quoil.s
to manslaughter during the altuinoon
and ai theie drew to a dom huge
quantities ol delectable creation* of Ihe
culinary art were served by the Indira
to the hungry throng who djd the delicious viands ample juetice. After
■upper the band ol pipers who all al-
ternoon had been busy Btirring tbe
martial feelings in the breast* ol tbi
Scots forsook the military airs and
began to render music for the dance
much lo tbe delight of the younger
element. As the high nasal strains of
pipes rendering Scotch reel* or Highland Hiugs rang nut upon the evening air practically two-thirds of the
guests held under Ihe spell ol the music commenced to shake Ihe "light
fantastic" each giving their various
conception oi these dances so redolent
nf tho land ol the thistle. It was
nearly nine o'clock before Ihe happy-
crowd broke up. Mayor McNeish,
Breve MoNaught and Aid. McBae were
among Ihe many prominent citizens
who were present.
The spoil:!, which started at 2 p.m.
were many and interesting, tbe win
ncn in Iho several event! leing as
follows:
Boys' race under years—1, .lame*
Ireland j 2, Alex. McLean.
Hoys' race under MM, Bobbie Mc
lean; 2, Davie Mcl'oll.
Boy*' race under IJ—I, MurlyOra-
heme ; 2, Geordie Orant.
Girls' race under 6-1, Mary Nye | 3,
Violet hii ■knees. ,
Girls' race, all iiges-1, Nellie   Mc-
I can; 3, B. Bowie.
Wheelbarrow race-1, Normal Tal-
wil and Murray Kean; 3, I.ouis Kcan
and. Murly Grahame.
Girli skipping competition—I, Nellie
Graham* ; 3, .loan Grahame.
lady member*' race—1, Mrs. Jack;
3, Miss N. Gilroy,
Men'* race over 60-1, Don l.aing ;2,
•I. Thompson.
Members' race-l, ,1. Grant; 2, li.
Clarke.
ladies' race, all ages-First heal I,
Mrs. Boyd; Second heat I, Miss Fun-
Njchol*. In Ihe final heat Mn. Boyd
won 'rom Miss Nichols.
Commillee races-1, W. Grahame; 3,
J. Ileus,
in the lug-nl-war event the Caledonian Society were winners in two
straight pulls from Ihe ironworkers.
IHO yards dash-l, P. Grant; 3, A.
Clarke.
Married ladies' race-l, Mrs. Kirk-
0M*,
Throwing the hammer-!, G. Gnu)d,
78 II. 3 in.; 4, A. Granl, 73ft. 10 in.
Single ladies' race—I, Misa loBlano;
3, Miss II (jrahamo.
Tossing the cabcr-l, A. Shannon, 33
fl. .1 in.; 2, .1. Dcas, 38/1. 9 in.
Married Men's race—I, W. Graium?;
3, W. J. Scorgw.
Sword Dane*-), Gracio Hobertsttt;
3, Daily Dowie; 3, A. McLaughlin
Bownes.
Highland Fling Danoe-1, Grade
Hoberlion | 3, A. Mel. Downo*; 3,
Daisy Dowie.
long jump-l, A. Clarke, 16 fl. 9 in;
3, P. Grant, 16 ft. 4 in.
High rump  I, B, McConacbio, I (I.
II in; 3, B. Simpson, 4 It. 8 in.
Pulling Ihe ihot-I, P. Grant, 36 ft.
Ladies'  egg  and  spoon roct—First
beat, .1. Burns; Second beat, It. Grahame. Final heal, Miss Grahame won
from Mlu Burns.
'limiting 1'iisi round, II. Simpson
i, Grniidwiiter 16, A. Rattary 1.1, J.
I. Dodds 16, Deals 16, Crawford 3,
Barlows 6, 11. Simpson 16.
Second round Simpson 16, Fairwon-
Hici 3, Doddi 16, Grandwater 3, B.
Simpson waa beaten by Dcas and
Doddi iccured a bye. In the final
Podds won from ""a* by a More of
1*13.
Tiirnar'a order* to hia boy* f era to
coni'iinlnilii   Iheir   effort*   in    saving
these. The Ara raged until 8-90 Monday morning Mora it wai finally under control and 'hunks to tbs efforts
of th* brigade no damage other than
that ol a bad scorojiing wai sustained
hy any of the houses.
On Sunday aftomoon another hush
fire near tlio II. C. L. B. oar barns
kept the force busy for a coupl* of
hours.
RETURNING TO NORTH
VANCOUVER
The many friend* of Mr. and Mr*.
A. E. Anders, who wore lor anmo
years reaident In Ihis cily, but wbo
returned to England some months
ago, will Im pleased to learn that
tbey bav* decided to return to North
Vancouver. A letter recdhed by the
editor with instructions lo bold Mr.
Anders' copy ol Ihe Express, states
that he and his family will leave Liverpool hy the SS. laurentia on August. 6lh and that tbay hope to r.ach
this oily about August '3nth. Mr. Anders, while highly appreciative ol tbe
old cpunlry and ils advantagci, finds
like many others, that Ihe "lure ol
Ihe west" has become too strong lor
loin to content himscll in his old
home and he looks lorward with
bright anticipations as be slates, "to
a renewal of interests in lhat lively
little  cily, Nnrlh Vancouver."
EI'WOBTH LEAGUE
The regular monthly sodal evining
ol tbe Norlh Vancouver Ej.aoilh
eague was held on Monday evening
in the Methodist church, t very in
lercsting evening wji spurt including
some three minute .pc "" ■'. olio a
nam,, contest.
N. V. T. C.  HOLD   TOUBNAMF.NI'
The official opining ol Ibe new
North Vancouver tenuis court! took
place on Saturday afternoon and was
inaugurated by a I011111a111.nl which
was keenly contested throughout and
was productive nl some good work by
the pin V ei :■.
At two o'clock play commenced nrd
waged fiercely until 4.311 when a deli-
cious luncheon wa* aerved. Afloi: tea
the final match ol Ibe tourniimc.l
look place reaulling in a victory fir
Mr. and Mra. Maltby over Mr. Daylits
and Miss S. Humphries.
In the evening the membori ol thi-
Club indulged in a flennd dance at
Ihe Horticultural hall and had U vmy
enjoyable lime.
The committee computed ol Miss H.
Humphries and Messrs. ft. .1. II. Card
inall and A. Bull are deserving ol
nnii;li orcdjl lor Ihe manner in which
Ihe tournament was condielcl
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
Shares for Second Narrows Bridge to Be
Subscribed at Once ■*» Fire department
Commended (or Excellent Work. ,    '
TOKEN OF APPRECIATION
Chief Turner ol Ilie local fire ileparl
ment wishc* lo acknowledge Ihe re
ceipl ol a donation nl $36 Irom the
secretary ol Ihe North Vancouver
Lumber Company logilher with a I t
ler expressing appredalion ol the goo '
work done by Ihe department in Hiving their plant Irom deilruclioii on the
night ol Ihe burning of the Wallace
shipyards. Chief Turner intend* to
use Ihe money in providing some gym
nu si u in appliances for Ihe use   ol  hi
FIRE THREATP8 BUILD|N0 '
Fighting with dogged peiawteno* t|p>
ravage* of Iho demon fire wbicb more
than once threatened to overcome
even their most itrewjun* atnrla tin
North y»ncouver lire boy* again 4>
Ijnguished themselves on Sunday.
it •IW p.m. the No. 9 fire ila'ioo
waa notified that a hush fir* wm raging a**r tba corner of 2tith at root and
M»hon Avenue the hoy* were quienjy
on (he scene and within a ihort time
bad a stream of water on Ih*   bl,i«.
f]V bouaa* if, im, ritm'ty im ip
great danger tt «B lime, and   Chief
Filth SICCKSSFriiy l|l ENCHED
The fire fighters were called oul
again on Friday lo ipiell a blare in
Ihe vicinity of Soymour Creek Bridge
where fed by piles of dry bruib and
fanned by a ..till breeze Ihe llamei
were threatening surrounding limliei
and property. Alter nearly lined
hours ol strenuous work Ihe firo was
gotten under control and the hoys re
turned tn the cily about ii.3n.
OPEN AIR AEETING
Friday of thii week th* Epwoilb
League oi tbe North Vancouvur M.'lh
odisl churoli will bold an out <ii or
meeting on tbe Boulevord, weit side,
del ween  llth and I6lh arreot*.    Hon'
day, duly 3|*i, 8 p.m. weather pir-
niilting,
. ——————^——
ST. ANDREW'S AND  CALEDONIAN
SOCIETY WILL GIVE DANCE
Under the auspices of lha St- An
drew'* and Caledonian Society a dance
will b* given at the Horticultural Hall
on Thursday night, 271 h jolt. The
commillee In charge guoruntic a
aplendid l-imo (or Ihoic who wiih to
ttimt),
Aldormen all prtaenl, Mayor McNeish presiding, was tha order at Mia
regular session ol the cily council
last evening'
Letters were disposed ol as follow*.'
P. M. Chislett requesting sidewalk on,
lot 3, block 60, D. L. 649, Board ol
Works; John Alexander k Co. oulo
hall ol lloneyman and Curtis, asking
for rebate of water ratei on lot 31,
block Iti"' on account nf non-occupancy, Waterworks Committee; from
Geo. I'ampliell, secretary of Ilie school
board, asking for waif main on I'Mh
slreei lo Bidgeway school, vval rworki
commillee; (rom Ihe water commissioner In the effect lhat il was understood that tho oity'l application for
further water record on fynnCnak
was to b* referred lo the Board ol In
vealigalion under the Wot.* Act-matter lo be referred lo 111* Board a'
once; from District Clerk .1. G. Farmer, lm wauling a letter from A. 0.
'crry, local manager B. C. Fl. By.
Co., to Ihe i tl. ci that on account ol
shortness ol lime and multiplicity ol
■ uiii ■ London members ol Board ol
Direct on ol the Company now in Van
couver could not receive the joint de
i, .iinm Irom 'volili Shore, but thai
they had visited Norlh Vaueouverapd
were conversant with the situation;
Irom Musaeli's Limited, In Ihe chVi
Uml Ihe incapacity ol Ihe new ioc'i
crusher supplied by them was found
by their engineer to lie due lo '.hcf.ict
lhat Ihe footatep on the jaw of Ibe
crusher is about seven thirty-seconds
of an inch out of alignment and agr.e
ing lo remedy I lie   null In     and     I lien
submit machine lo a Icit lo prove ill
efficiency ; Irom Engineer Hand with
reference lo the lame, recommending
that Musscn'a Limited lie required lo
provide a new crusher In replace tin
one supplied for the reason Ibat when
repaired, Ihe preacnl crusher would not
be so good a* one shipped in perfect
condition Irom the laclory and alio
because in his opinion Ihe crusher li
nol n portable machine inatmuch as
Ihe hind wheels have lo bo removed
while the machino is in operation and
further recommending thai if Mussen's
Limit.si refuse, then the mutter ' e Ink-
up direct wilh Ihe manufacturer.
Mr. ltu.-liu-.Hi-u. manager nf Mussin'a
Limited, wus luard by the council on
behalf of his firm and stated tint all
Ibal Ihey asked was an opportunity
to pul the machine jn order uud then
lo prove by actual lest lhat it would
do Ihe work. On motion ol Aid. hit
tson and Henderson, it wai resolved
that Mil-Ten's I muled he given o| pi i
limit v lo ihow lhat the machine Is as
it should be and that Ihe last bo made
Friday morning; Irom the city cugiu
eel lo Ihe effect that it would cost
{300 lo instill waler connection with
lots I, 2, block 73, I). L. MS, Hoard
ol Works; from T. L. Kenmdy, Pre
sidenl Athletic Association asking
rebate ol tuxes on ilecroalion Park.
I'o Iw advised council has no power
lo comply ; from District Clerk .1. G.
Farmer forwarding minutia of joint
meeting re cily boundaries at which il
was resolved lhat "In Ihe event of
any portion of the aria embraced iu
Ihe boundary ol the district of North
Vancouver, wishing lo petition to be
taken into Ihe city ol Norlb Vancouver, neither council will place any ol.
stncles in the way provided alway
thai the said enlarged boundaries do
nol work to Iho injury of either
parly"; (rom City, Clerk McQueen,
Vancouver, forwarding minutei ol de
legates In conference re Second Nnr
rowi bridge. Aid. Henderson wai ol
■' ""OJjioo lhat provision should lie made
lor two representatives ol the city on
the Board ol Directors ol Burrard In-
del Tunnel and Bridge Co. in order to
■tiumre Ihe fact lhat one repreaeAlativr
would invariably be preient. Mayor
itcNeish was ol opinion that the oily
■ulil subscribe at once lor shares
pay a percentage of Ih* purchase
in cash. Aid. Dick thought that
■he dty should lake up Iba entire
block ol shares authorized by Ihe by
law and pay a caih deposit thereon.
Mr. Balfour Ker on ro<|ur»l gave it as
hi* opinion that a codicil could be add
ed to the agreement providing lor two
representatives on Ih* Board and fur
ther that in »ny case any payment on,
part of lha *harei would bind tba dly
to purchase the entire Woek. On mo
lion of Aid. Billion snd Hendcriiai.
jt was reaolved un»nimou*ly. that (he
payment therefor; from David Nntiie
re furniihing* for additions to city
hall, action later.
A petition was received from .Limes
P. Fell to tho effect that Fell Avenue
be opened aud graded from 17th itreet
In •.'nth street and Hamilton Avenue,
from iiiiii street lo 30th street by local improvement, Board ol Work*.
Under Inquiries Alderman South
asked why the city wai paying a higher rate lor the lii nt filly arc lamps
than on Ihe remainder in viwof the
fact that under Ihe agreement ill lion
as the firsl fifty were iostal'ed the Me
was to be reduced. In his opinion
the lower rale should apply Ll ull Ihe
arc lamps including Ihe Lilt fifty.
Fire and light commillee to Investigate.
Aid. Dick moved that a telephone
be placed in the wati rworki simp,
rear of lire hall.  Carried.
I'lans were submit led as follows;
Subdivision ol lots 13, 13, block 86,
I). L. 6411, approved subject to'remov-
al lit' divisional line between lols b
and c; block 46, ll. L. 311, approved.
Report ol waterworks committee
recommending among other items
thul nn alternate main be laid on I'.uh
street was adopted. Report ol finance
committee recommending that a dona
lion ol (611 be given toward the llm
licullurul exhibition, was adopted.
Hep. n t ill fire and light committee recommending lhat work ol firo department ut Wallace Shipyards fire lie commended und appreciation e.vpr, ssed und
also thai Ihe learns al the' lire hall
lie insured, was adopted. Beport of
lloaiil of Works recommending that
cheque of Contractor Rlake for 16111
in tendering lor contract whicii he ul
leiwaril declined to no opt, be retained, that all horses ownod by the de
purtment be insured nnd that the sanitary inspector be instructed Jo use
the now dumping ground employing a
man to superintend the same was ml
opted with Iho exception ol the first
item which was afterwards adopted
by the rejection of a motion by Aid.
Kitisim and Henderson that the
cheque Iw not retained on the follow
ing division : Yea—Aid. Kitlson, Hen
derson and Bin; nay—Aid. Mclti.e
Smith, Dick and Mayor McNeish (cast
ing vole).
.Special committee with relereuce to
broadening Fourth alreet recommend
ed thai cily engineer prepare plan
bowing owners who bad agreed to
donate necessary land, Ibat owners
not yet heard from be communicated
with nnd that an estimuleof the cost
ol the work be then made and submitted lo Ihe council.   Adopt..!.
Special commillee with roler.nce lo
cily assessor elc. recommended that
Mr. Fred Turnor of Iho staff of the
registry office be employed Io compile
from Ihe records a list ol Ihe names
ol those who are entitled lo a place
on Ih* aam'isnii nl roll and thai the
remuneration bo 166(1,' list to bo ready
by Nov. loth and further Ihut applications ho called lor lor tbo. position
ol city assessor lor 11113, applicant
lo slate salary and experience with
understanding thul position may Iw
permanent.
Council went into commillee ol ibe
whole.
 . .. ',   .. . us
be easily borrowed by thoi*. who
know how ? Truly t hey must bs some
of tl|ese strange English folk playing
at gypsying I One could see Huso
phases of surprise, disgust mul conclusion   Hit in hih <iii.ui aorosi   their
countenances.
The district through which wo were
passing is very interesting to the (00-
logiil, being known as the Great Craven Vault, the limestone being coupled
up in great craga and envoi, pot bole
Underground riven and waterfall* exist in abundance, ulso by r. as u of the
security which ils Inilnosses offered lo
the ancient Britons it was one ol their
last strongholds in Norlh Britain consequently the debris on Iho floor o1
the caves,have proved rich in niili
quiti.es, by which may be pictured tho
hie ol these primitive cave' dv/iHers.
Subsequently Ihi so caves were occupied by outlaws and highwaymen in Ilie
days of Bol)in Hood and his .merry
men and when the stage coaches used
to ply upon these roods.
The ebbing and flowing we I at Gig-
glcswick is u natural curiosity which
ja referred to in literature during back
for many centuries. Tho traditional
explanation ol ils erratic movements
ia thai in some way it ia connected
wilh Ihe tides. Normully tb* water is
Ihe trough remains flowing at a level
about hull full hut alter o i e ulai intervals ranging from a few ininulis to
a few days I here comes u sudden rush
ol vvuter by which the trough is qiiidv-
ly filled to Ihe brim. The water gradually recedes and continues its uotuiul
flow. On rarer occasions a spiral col-
iimn ol air known iib Ihe silver thread
may Ik seen. Many stories arc tol.l ol
people wailing for hours to witness
the flow, all in vain, und on Hispi.r-
licidur occasion a cyclist had waited
for over an hour and was just going
off in disgust when we culled himiu.'k
lo witness il. Generally this phenomenon is only observoblo during a piri
id ol moderately moist vvorllnr during drought or excessive rain il does
not happen. It can bo accounted lir
by presuming a syphon system in the
rocks behind.
WILL HONEYCOMB
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THE CARAVAN
TO HELP CITY BAND
The following is a list to date ol
contributions for Iho purpose of enabling Iho cily baud lo purchuac addi
tional uniforms und to provide other
items ol equipment, the need nl which
is particularly felt at tho present
time.'
L. Beda  160.11(1
II. Iliirlubii  .1)0.0(1
Building Permits
The following building permit* have
been issued within tha past *t*k hy
Building fnipector Fugler. The pr»-
■ont month wil) b* a record una in .
this lino for North Vancouver and ll
the permit (or the big hotel on Second stied ii issued holme tbo fint of
August it will bring tbo nonth'a tola! to over 1100,000;
Bidgeway school, 148,000.
D. Feiilherslone, camp on fith alreet
cost, $60.
Wm. Bussell, ooltage on 31th street,
«00.
John Livingstono, camp on 14th
street $60.
John Askcll, cottage >n lllll Kraal
east, $460. ■>'
Mr. Bluckwdl, reaidence, Ifilh sirreet
east 13,600.
Mr. E. Johnson, bouse on HHb
street, 1600.
I. Frank Wilton, two ho'ltoj, iblfc
street eust 11,600 each.
Fred llmt, dwelling 3311 si. well,
$3011.''
Norlh Vancouver Coal k SjpplyCo.
aback, 160.
Mr. Harrier, dwelling oo 13tb
slreei east, 111,000.
0, A. Broughton, camp on Wem.:i
Ave., IW).
David Pearuon, dwelling un M ih m
Avenue, 1600.
W. Ernest Milne, bungalow m 191b
street, 14,000.
Mr. Keith, cottage on Lonsdale
Avenue, ««>.
Nelson Manufacturing Co., III.', on
Esplinade, 1360.
Edward Dasm, dwelling on 36th Avo.
11,760.
George Dennis, alteration lo house
on Mb street, (300.
Simpson k Wight, residence, 17th ill
$3,000.
David Nixon, residence on lUhil.
fl,300.
Donald Peers, 3 cottage* on tlh
slreei al $1,600 apiece, $4,600,
CARD OF THANKS
Mr. .1. H. Burgess lakes Ibis opportunity ol thanking kind Iriend* who
sent flower tokens at tbo death of hi*
little girl. Mrs. Burgess is improving
iu health.
SCHOOL BOARD TONIGHT
A |ss i a I meeting ol the Board o!
School Trusties ol Iho city will lie
held I liis evening lor tbo purpose ol
considering appointments to the
leaching staff of the respective schools.
LEG BROKEN IN COLLISION
Mr.   John  Caaiidy
Accident .
delegates proceed in  accordance wit
the bylaw aad iub*orib* for *b*re* jo
tin amount of ||00^00 making ffui
EN ROUTE
It was pleasant to lie on Ihe roof of
the caravan as we glided down the
couni ry lanes and to listen lo the um
sio of on original pastoral »ympbojic;
Ihe murmur of tho river, now
rising, now (ailing, the song ol
I he birds ranging from (he sombre
caw-caw ol Ihe crows '" Ihe brilliant
song ol the skylark, the lowing ol the
oven, the Ideal ing of the sheep and the
lough ol Ihe wind through tlio tree*,
varied wilh an occasional *wj*h ns we
brushed through (ha lower brunches of
Ihe overhanging trees. The dull undir-
lone caused by the movement ol Ihe
caravan was suddenly added''o as we
swept around a hand io 'he road and
0b looking down Ih* road «* uw a
hand ol gypaje* op (he move, who
passed us in tin course of a (ew minute*, hut th* brief peering *e*m*diitf-
(ideot (o assure (horn lhat we wettfO
true romeoy--wh*r» »r»r* the woman
and children » flVgaoW *Wf rel»
Why all Uiow itore* and eqtiipmunt
which ftp rom*ny would burden  bw
The new post office in Ihe Keith
Block will lie opened on Monduy, .'list
full.
linker k Mitchell, contractors, have
secured the conlracl for building the
Methodist parsonage, Lyon Valley.
Chief of Police Davies, who I as! ecu
absent on a Iwo week*' vocation, bas
returned.
Mr. Baker ol Ihe firm nf contractors
Baker k Mitchell, is building un addition lo his house ou Allan Road.
Mr. A. E. Wnghoiiie im* lot a contract for alteration* lo lb* client of
$660 lo his bomo in Lynn Valley.
The comfort of many wbo attended
Ihe Scotch picnio was largely contributed lo by Ihe untiring efforts ol Mayor and Mrs. McNeish.
Father Madden, O.M.I., conducti 1
mass and preached in St. Edmund's
church on Sunday morning in the absence ol Father Pcytavin, who wn» indisposed.
The addition lo th* city hall i* Healing completion and arrangement* for
procuring furniture end linings    have
been left in Iho hands of City   C|crk
Shepherd.
Mr. E. ./. II. Cardinall, the local
tennis player, was succeiiful in win
iiing hii firs! game in (be Vancouver
tennis lourniimenl yeslerJ'V i\(ler
noon. Mr. Cardinall i* matehod |o
play again 'hi* alleriioon.
What rapidly seems 'o bo becoming
the motl popular reaid«n>ial wrswa
o( the oily i* the locality c»*t aud
mart ol UwAnle between liih and
JWb alreet. Bcaidea hope* the |.iftple
her* can alio bp«»t ol a bank rod a
nu»V o/ alW, Th* Ptetfilt* lor
(hi* location i* pH*(#r Jut to high
Sustains   Painful
On Sunduy last an accident due lo a
restless borae, shying at a passing automobile occurred on Keilb Bond between Bewick's and Delbruck avenues.
The automobile,.driven by Mr. A. 8.
Billings was climbing the bill approaching the bridge which spans ihe
ravine al tho point named and at Ibe
same lime Mr. Cassidy, wbo wai exorcising a recently purchased horse,
approached Iho bridge Irom Ibe opposite direction. Tho auto.was working
on Ihe low gear and was moving vary
lowly. Tbe horse passed tbo front
portion of Ihe machine without mishap, hut when opposite the Ipnnceu
suddenly reared aud shied against Ih*
machine, evidently jamming Mr. Cat
sidy's leg between ils body snd Mm
rear door on tbe right band sid* pf
Ihe car, wilb Ibo result that the limb
wus broken. Tbo fad ibat Mr. fillings had exercised ..very precaution
giving all Ihe road room possible, is
evidenced by Ihe marks upon lha lelt
hand, side ol the uulo aod likewise
ou Ibo corresponding railing of the
hridge ihowing that tha car actually
rubbed igainlt. th* rail in palling. A
surgeon wa* immediately summoned
and Mr. Cassidy waa conveyed tn
Norlh Vancouver boapllal where th*
injured limb wa* aat and every alien-
lion given-
NO FURTHER INFOBlfATJON
l;p to the time of writing no farther
information haa been received ragard-
ing Folheringham, tin Norlh Vancouver man who waa reported milling
some week* ago and thought lo |i*
drowned.
sell carrying around I Unf tinj reprice of M Mm l*» *•«*
Spedal meeting of the district council tonight in the j^Uidojpal hall. Ihe
meeting i* called (Or 7.M o'eloak.
 ,  .
INSPfSCTOp 4PPWNTW)
Mr. Geo. Campbell, the ofidaol aec-
rotary of tin eity aohoo) board, has
beep appointed inspector of ths new
Ridgeway sohool during construction.
A* Mr. Campbell ia aa arohitaet of aa-
tended experience and ba* * titormfh
knowledge of b#Jfag from nwfiW
tintf *f##dpQi»t. Oif aeryfw* jof *-
rjMp.Wfffl wfr \W JtR'PFt WJWfWr THS WRR8S, NOftTH
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TUB  EXPRESS
NOnTH yANPOPVM
a C,
Published TuMdiyi and Fridays by Nobth Phow f»m, Ummti
Gio, H. Morpkh, Editor ami Manager.
attgi o» aoasoatwioa
One year, ll.Oii Six monthi, 50o. Tbrea month*, S«V,
Uitltod States and Foreign, (i.fid par year
Advarliiing Rata* will to qunted ou application.
Tj»»8lHrri
aauliiiivuly,
reaahli
OHyai
aervl**
U devoted to tha iuiurosti nl the north Shore ol Burrard Inlut
It oonstituHs an advurtisir.g nicdiuin ol eiceiitinual value for
ia in a thorough and alteotlve manner the population of Ifartli Vancouvur
Oity mail District.  Every effort is made to give advertisers tha tnmt satisfactory
, A(| ahangss In contract advertisements slintild ba in Hie printers' hand* nol
later than ll) a.m. Monday and 6 p.m. Wednesday to eitiure iniertlon in tha
fwhwing liiue,  ^^^
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Noatn VaNcot/vga,   B. C,
|ui.v «   1911
R, C, WATER POWER
Reliable statistics which have just
been received strongly emphasise tbe
fact that Canada is a country endowed to an exceptional degree with op
pniiiinities lor Ihe development o'
cheap power. The following table
•bows Ihe c\lcut lo which Ihe natural
waler power ol Ihe Dominion has I con
developed lo date, together with Ihe
cost ol such development :
14,470,0110
B3ll,000
.170,000
H4,3flli,IOO
10,000
70,873,300
Province H. P. Cost
Albert* 81,700 I Will
British Columbia   134,.11n    18,JIU;|,(HKI
Manitoba    68,000
New Brnnswiok    ... .10,793
Nova Scotia      3,137
Ontario 801,o.1fl
Pr. Edward Island      44
Quebec        (Sftl.lM
Saskatrhewan  !W),0OO
The total horse power ut present in
use derived Irom the watercourses
throughout the Dominion, according
to the above table, ia 3,003,080, an
aggregate'wbleh is'important, not so
much because ol ill ml imi proportions
as on account ol the possibilities it
suggests. The development of the
vast waler power resources of Canada
is yet in ils very infancy and Ihe statistics quoted not only suggisl the illimitable possibilities which lie iu this
direction, but likewise prove conclusively that, excepting in very rure
instances the respective provinces present opportunities for the development
nl water power upon a low basis o
coll, thus gresliv enhiinring the vul
in ol our "while coal" assela.
Exclusive of Haskulcliewun —for
which province the sum invested is
nol given the average cost p-r horse
powei unit throughout Ihe Dominion
il tll8, Ihe aggregate Coll of Ihe 1,
167,680 horse power exclusive ol Has-
kaldiewan, being 1108,641,800.
Of Ihe leading provinces in the list,
lha average cost p.i horse power unit
in Alberta has been fllli, in British
Columbia 11.16, in Manitoba *34l, in
Ontario ll'tt md in 'limbic Ul'.'ti. It
will thus lie seen thai the eoet bas
lieen lowest in Ontario ami highest in
Manitoba. The cuiiipaiaiiv.lv low
coal ol development in Ontario is
• Innblle, dm lo a large extent, to
developments ul Niagara Full*, where
prodigious ii'siilts were attaint.! under
Ilie moat advantageous circumstances.
Ontario ut present leads the pro
viiires in aggregate waler power, lie
lag about '.»:io,tsii or approximately 46
per cent, in advance ol the nearest
competitor, Quebec. It is exerted,
however, that important ilevclnpmelils
Ar* now.under way in Ihe vicinity ol
Montreal which will make lb* race
bet wen, ili, si two province* much
dosei. .Saskatchewan stands (Ibid
and British Columbia fourth.
On the |».r rentage basis A Hurts
ha* about lour |ier rent, of Ihe entire
waler power of the Dominion a* at
present develop..!. British Columbia
has 6} per rent., Msnilnha has 2.8per
fen!., Onl alio II percent., Quebec 37 (
per coal, and Salkaldiewan 1) |*r
font,
The showing ol British Columbia in
, th* lilt  mual lie eonsidrrrd  very ta-
1 fbaVlory, wpednlly when il i*   con
•idered lhat It ii the neweet ol  the
province*   iu   point   of   accetsibiljly,
lhat the geographical feature* are such
that the providing of (rawportation
ledlilla* ha* thu* f»r bean aoofined lo
tin lower portion of Ih* pro vine* and
tin tonal Una. Th* larg* amount of
railway eon*tru*ttoa which i« *t pre*-
ant onAtr may, by mmnt ml which th*
northern ftxtion at wtti nt tin teal
mini pottio* ot tin provine*  will
be ttmUtti evelltiAa log lUveJopment,
will doubtless, result In ii v ry large
and rapid increase in the amount nl
power actually derived Irom th* magnificent water ways, large and small,
with which British Columbia abounds,
while there can be no doubt that this
province is destined ultimately to take
a foremost place among the provinces
in this important particular.
CENHCS DEPARTMENT ASKS CO-
OPEBATION
'Ihe newspapers have been reporting
oiiii.:-: 11 a is nn the part of enumerators of the census, especially ill tho
large cities ol Ihe Dominion and not
withstanding the care of the census
office to enjoin a perfoniiunc' of accurate and lull work on the part of
enumerators il Is possible lhat in
some inslunees |iersons and even families liave lieen' passed over. 11 is
known at tho oliico that niiiny '..'ports
ol omissions are without' Inundation,
and that generally tlie enumeration
has been well uud fully mudo, ill
though it is yet too early lor a final
decision. The fact is lhat Ihe census
of a district or enumeration urea was
often not complete when complaint i
were lirst publidv made. The -.-n.-ni-
office earnestly desires that the nam
ol every mun, woman nnd child in Ihe
country as' well as ull other information called for in the i Indole, should
be recorded as the statute and the jjj^
si ructions require, llui leit there
should lie nn inadvertent omisi'on on
the pint ol any eniinicrulor ilu office
respectfully invite* the co-operation o
the public lor Ihe completion ol a (llll
census. To this end |s'isons who believe or suspect tIn.t Ihey have not
been taken are asked lo notify Ihe
chief officer nf the census ut Ottawa
giving Iheir names, post ollire nddr. s
street mul number il residing in dti
towns or villages or concession ami
numb .■ of lot il residing in country
places, litters containing information
of Ihis a,■linn ure postage free, and
il il is found thul surh p rs a* have
not lieen enumerated in Ihe retains
made lo the census office, in ans will
at once lie taken to remedy the defects through (lie local oflicers ..I the
census who were employed in Ilie work
and who are responsible il any mis
lakes have lieen made in their respective enumeration ureal.
HENRY B. WATSON
ArchiUct
Rooau 10 and 11, Pander Cluailieri,
533 Pindir Strut W.        Pkon* 3461
and Lonsdale Av*., North Vancouver
Rasldsnce,  cor.   l.ousoeli  Av*   aad
Mud itrt*t, North Vaneouvir.
FRED G. TURNER
Notary Public
Uin«, lnv**lm*nt* and Insurant!.
Room 307, hill Grinvilli Bt., Vancouver, fl. C. Pkon* KAN. Land Itegi.
try work a ep*ri*lly.
FOR RENT
SAFETY
DEPOSIT
BOXES
Most modern filing device
on (he market,
A safe receptacle (or thou
valuable paper* ind jewela
NORTH SHORE
LOCATORS.LTD.
32 Lowdaje Avenue
Tdephor* |2)
T
IWWY,
Tlm 'fltaoippWiwl fioPiaty maete in
North Vancouver fn Room J, 67 Mns-
dale Avenue (entrance n«t lo .Wei-
come Parlor) every Wednmday ovmbig
4 8 o'clock. Attendance il entirely
tree nnd carries no obllgaliou*  tubal'
•vir.   Von in invited, fhonaophifial
study and qneetinna, ' ,
PWZAJIOOMS
dust Opened-New and modarn
throughout, special rates by week, 118
ICsplanndu Weal, Mrs. R. W. .lackson,
propriatren.
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
UMJTBD
Wharf; Cor, St. George'* and  Esplanade.   Office: fili Lonsdale Avenue.
Office Phone
Wharf Phone 178
COAL MERCHANTS
Ills.
Dealers in all kinds ol Building Material, Sand, Gravel, iVineni, Lima
Brick (common and pressed), Pin
Bricks, Firs Clay, Plaster, Fibre, Plus-
far of Parii, Lath, Shingle*, Drain
Pip*, Til*.
Domestic and Blackimith Coal.
Prompt delivery a specialty,
Purse & Galloway
BUILDING CONTRACTORS
llrick and Concrete Work
Houses,  Bungalows,  Klo. a Specialty
Plans submitted.   Estimate!
Cor.  Keith Road and Boulevard
NOBTH  VANCOUVER
H. D. RUGGLES
BARRISTER
NOTARY PUBLIC
Itt bill Street Eait Norlb Vancouver
Pkon* 979
System
ta^^^^i^^^^^
mB^^^emW*mW'^
House Connections
i.
Notice to Property Owner*
of North Vancouver
As the main drainage system il approaching completion wiheg lo notily
piopeiiv owners thai we are making
arrangements In undertake the sewer
connections on Ihe variou* privet*
properties ut a reasonable cost lo all
those who desire to avail theroselvai
ol early drainage facilities. (laving
carried out the main drainage ay*t*m
(or lb* city council did having th*
necessary plant and (killed labor
available wa are in an eireptionelly
favorable position to carry oul th*
private house dr*in*ge at a moderate
cost to piopcily owner* awl we shall
Im pleased U furnish Mlimate* and
plan* il naoMMry to carrying oul Ibis
most essential work in accordant* with
Ih* city regulation* and on inoet up-
lo-dale principles ot modern sanitation.
MacdonellGzowski &Co.
O/ficet
Second St and Mahon Ave,
PIimm27»  i
li     'a   hi    ''   '     '     ii     '    ''''"-fig)
N,V.W00PYARD
10,000 cord* ot dry 6r wood lor iiulck
Mb.'' Wia* par oo> cords It.oO.
Special quotation! bt larger faun-
titia*.
f   Cut Wood-lfl inched Pffi, 13 iMfcaf
fn'%, L
C. 0. D.
SECOND and ST. PATRICK
Phone lit) f. 0. Boa IM
HOT? YES!
Hnve your Finj Intwnpi* lopkpd Mo these boi dayi,
.^r^yMFB^milM,
ROYAL INSURANCE CO.. LTD.
Tbt IwgMt and waallbitut Fire Insurance Company
in (ba wor|d, Phone Ohf Agent*i
Elder Murray Co.,Ltd, "."Jft^'
ii i ■■! ■■■■■. .  , i|-. it /; -     i'IVi •   i 11
SEE THAT DOUBLE CORNER
emnmmmmxwmttmnmmnmmmmiiti » .   	
Lou tand a, Block j i6,n. Um
ioo feat on Keith Houd hy 140 feet mi si. Aniin ys Avenue
(Keith Hoad ii ISO loot wide)
Truly H UII aplendid location for a home or en idee)
lite for tin apartmept houae.
===== Tbe Price iii only $4,500 =====
(33 eouti per a.iiiam ft.)
$1125 c»ib nnd the balance in >ix, twelve, eighteen months
Exclusive Agents
Canadian Financiers,
Limited
Heal Eslali', liisiirarire-Fire, Life,
Ai'CMlenl-ltants Collected
Bank of Hamilton Building
9a I .oni.il.ili' Avenue
KUNEST EBBAGE, Local Manager
THIRTEENTH STREET
Good 50 [t. Lot.   First block (rom cat line, all cleared.
"A snap at $650 cash or $750, 1-3 cash, balance 6
and 11 months.
NORTH LONSDALE
100x132 feet. East o( Lonsdale Avenue. $950.
1-4 cash, balance 6,12 and 18 months. This is a line
homesite.
C. I. LAWSON & CO.
15 LONSDALE AVE. WORTH VANCOUVEIt
Phone 70--P. O. Box 97
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
Kill! HAI.K-o-rnom
Inline   lin
Cb'ta-
leilielil Avo.   Now, all
modern.
I'rir*
H/2IKI.   I'.**y lappa,
m Caih and «i« pw montn will
|iure|iuHo  a   lot  aa»|3f), ball-mill
f»<>nt our linn and n*ar ftmm
itiiud. i'ripe nnly l»
tpiMi Oaili and balanta by mm in*
oluliiiiiiils   will   imrcliuio   u   gOflll
diiiililo oormr. Priua nnly W<W.
1. iHIUWAP PSIPPt'W
jmm t'aaii and nalanpa liy in*l<«ln)Bi||r
tn ba arranged Inr  tfool jfiycii
niotii dwelling bqii» >v|tb iund»"i
aonvanirow,  frnnt'inil Htf 'Iwlill
, Bniilavard, % lm*Aa\ »B» W«*
(rom |ha *ar line. I'rmo, only fit,;
wm, mljiiiniiig 60 It. Ini all kl*lli
1 ad |pr *ll'm additinnul.'
ALEXANDER PHILIP
liiHiiruiieii mii| Finamial Agent
riu|i Ul(ic|i|K*li|snad»,l>nono 10
JAY & CO.
BUILDERS
t'latii pr*|iared and Kstiaiatoi givan.
Office: 1407 llouiiuioa Trusl Did
Vancouvar.
ITninji «07
lloiidonce, 153 Eighth Ava. Iv
Norlh Viiiiciiiiver.
IHItlOATION NOTJCP
MITICI1', is hereby given lhat an application will lie made under Part V.
ol Iho Waler Aol, VMS, to obtain a li;
I vu..' in North Vancouver division ol
Now Westminster District, on tho 18th
day ol Atiuust, lull, at 11 a.ni., by
I'', Newton lliul, Suiyeon, Vanoouvor,
II, ('., for waler for irrigation use on
three ueres owned by him in 1).).. M>.T,
Iho Hourco ol supply Iwilig u small unused st renin Iron) 'limine Mountain
Mowing southerly Ihrough I). Ij. till
ami 11. I.. 5!).), Ibe point ol iliveision
laiing ulioiii -JjiMMi leet in iiuitliouslerly
ilireclion Irom Dr. Drier's N.i',. slake,
the a nn unit iis|iiiiril Iwing J culiioleet
per Mill nn I lo lie carried by buried
pipe lino from small dum in bed ol the
II renin.
Dated at Norlh Vancouver, duly
Itttli. lull. sMH
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HEAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSIJKANCE.
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TELEPHONE Kg. P. O. BOX 114
mwm
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd.
(LONDON. ENCUNDI
ASSETS! $94,900,000
Hula Agent
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC.      IB LONSDALE AVENUE
AfraMuaii sad Contract* drawn
at nttj dticriplioo
Phone 157
C*a*r*l
Ce*v*rtaciaf
LYNN VALLEY
1
On* acre block 00 macadamized road, will make
a aplendid homeaite.
I'm ■■ only UM on eiay terma.
the north v^couver trust
co„;ltd.
H**l  Kstal* and Piaaadal Agwti
Agrewatal* pf H.le iHKouiiIkJ.
219 Lonadale Aveaue Tckjiltone 44
PALACE HOTEL
ftaTMi   i%.oo par  and  up.
and   to r*tf"l»r   Iwardara.   .
Special rate* fo families
rtnett ioof wtrdtn on taffic Co«»t
mmmtnnnmn*mtmnmnmmmmm^nnmXnmmnmaianmn*mmmmm
REDA 4 ANDRUiS
MOMIITOM
WATKIt NOTll'K
NOTIt'l''. il Ifiieliy uiven thul un up
plication v. ill bo mado under I',.it V.
ol the Wuler Aet, I'.w'.i, lo obliin a
lieen.se in tlie North Vuiicuuver division of Now Westminster Histriot on
tlio IKlh day ol August, lllll, al II a.
111., by K. Newton Drier, Surggup, Van-
euuver, II. ('., lor water lor dum llic
use on tine.- acrei owned by him in
D. I., f.'i-l. Ihe source ol mi|i|iiy lining
a small 1111nnm1.il stream Irom firnuao
'I.aii,i nn llowing southerlv through I).
I., hu2 und II. I.. W.'l, the point nidi
version Iwing nhniil 'J.HSI (eel in
norllieaileilv dir.jrliuii (rom Dr.
Drier's N. It. sluiie, the nmoiint n
ipiirol In mn j euliio leet per second to
la. earned by buried pipe lino Irom
■mall 1I11111 in Iho lied ul tho slre'im.
Dated   al   Norlb   Vancouver,   duly
rnli. I'JII. 8-18
WE COULD
Paper the World
Irom our itoek of new Wall Paper*
(0 it mem., Kvery diy 10ml n*w
dwign   arrivn to fill   |n( vacancy
at ikon cloaol oat.
Handaome Wall Papera
are her* in andla** varl»ly. Jujt
1*11 our lalaaman lor what roofs
you want tb* i>»per and b* will
•bow you jusl lb* patiara you an
looking lor.
To eboot* Itom our dock la a plea-
•urf, lo pay our prlo* I* *a*y.
W. Hi ST0NEY k CO.
117 l.onid*ls Avanu* I'b„M 149
Sacoap »Ti«»«t.
WORTH  VANCOUVER, p. C.
N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
Takphona 276
127 LONSDALE AVE
»U»TH VmowifM THE m?MW NORTH VANC0UV8R, JJ. ft
mm
North Vancouver City
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CLEARED LQTS 50 ft. x 1471
In BLOCKS 15,15a, 16 and 16a. D,L, 550,
PRICES: $750 to $1000 according to location.
TERMS: 1-4 Cash, Bal, 6, 12 and 18 months.
ACREAGE in Diitrict Lots 546 and 550
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In Blocks of from One to Four or more acres.    ,
PRICES: from $2000 to $3250 per acre
TERMS; 14 Cash, Bal. 6,12,18 & 24 months
The Grand Boulevard extends through this property
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FOR PUNS, PRICE LIST AND PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
The North Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company,!:»,
543 PENDER ST.  tefiK  VANCOUVER, B. C.
Doaon te Priie Lilt
Caledonien Sporti
In cpimuolion  with  the picnic and
5mrt* hold under Hie auiplMi ol Mm
t. Andrew's and Oaledonian Sopiety
thn enntmitteo bog tq tendor their
gratnliil thank* for tho nieecu nl
•nine to the Hndormcntionod donors tn
th* prim |)it.
Mayor W. MoNoiiJi
•r\. B. Diplook
Daily I'rovineo
The World
'fhe Express
Sing k Slovens
*. .1. Irwin
i 4. II. Fletcher
9- ' 'I'V'-t-
if • V. Home Furiiishrrs
Paine li HoMilliin
J, .1. McAh'i'Ci!
Patterson, tioldio (t f'lark
North Shorn litn,> Store
John M. Hurray
11. 8. Mollnwnll
Wm. dimming
F. Bruco k fo.
tho Curry Co.
4. B. Sloncy
I iitisiliili  .Supply Store
P. Ilurnn k Co.
?bo Salo fo. . •
Rrackman-Ker fo.
D. fi. Wok
Palace 11 1
A. J. Tyson
Kirkncss Bros.
B. f. Market Co.
A. .1. Hood
Graham Elce. fo.
Alnx. Philip
Reeve HcNaiiiT'hl
P. Larson
C. Allicrlson
B. .1. Fowler
Hoclor VncKeniie
A. Smith I.td.
N. N. Carlago Co.
(1. Smith
Nliiii'liiiil.ii   k   Mel. un
.1. A. VcNair
C. F. Foreman
Burrard Cigar fn. \
Jas. W. Hay
■I. II. Frnmme
H. Iluii imi .ni
Aid. (1. W. Heltae
.1.   A.   MeM.lli.il
lir. W. P.. efawenmhe
Ale*, (iranl
Ki-ltayor Ifay
Aid. C. H. Killsnn
B. F.. Bucll
.1. W. 11. ii i ii 1.1...ii
Simpson k Wight
T. 8. Nye
N. V. Tea Co.
The Bank of British North America
Cpim p# Up $4,866,666.   Reserve Ftp! $2,652,333
>TT»wa»wa*wui.'iJiii»i*iiiii»a wmi.mn\imxMeman%nnn»mnmnmm
2 Officei in North VwcwvwHI I
CORNER LONSDALE AVENUE AND ESPLANADfc
mm wmnm avenue dw v™*-*** strm)
Saving Deposits of ft.oo ami upwards received.
Interest allowed at current rates.
Banker's Money Orders issued.
Both offices transact a general banking business
and an: open on Saturday night.
F. T. SALSBURY, Manager.
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FRUIT    PRODUCE
CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, Etc.
WHOLESALE ONLY
PETERS & DOYLE
120 Second Street East Telephone 206
Convenience to Norlh Vancouver Merchant!
Buy in Your Own Town.
Your Orders Solicited
ASK
your neighbours
and they will recommend it to
you—THE
electric iron wilh
a reputation.
IIV 1 rUin 1 We shall be pleased to tend one of these
irons to you lor TEN DAYS FREE TRIAL Phone 46
Light and Power Department.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
50 LONSDALE AVENUE
YOUR FIRM'S MID-SUMMER
%»*%y»»*»i
THIS WEEK it ii
BOYS'CLOTHING
j  that we specialize on  I
CLEARANCE SALE
Everything in the
Store for Boys going at exactly half price
Note these
Moneysaving
Items!
BOYS'
BLOUSES
in all the
prettiest designs
and good washers at
|  a ORIGINAL
1% PRICE
BOYS' SUITS
(PLAIN)
Every ope must be sold.
There ia an immense assortment for you to ohoose
from. At tfiase prices you
oan pocket an immense
saving. Fancy Tweeds,
Worsteds and Navy Serges
ranging from $2.60 to f 10
for exaotly
1-2
ORIGINAL
PRICE
There are
many
unadvertised
items
that are
equally as
good
as these
mentioned
here
:^ __'mc
BOYS' SUITS
(KNICKERBOCKER)
The very latest designs
bought for tbis summer
telling, al) going at tbe
v ridiculously large reduction of one-half tbeir value
1  o ORIGINAL
1-4 price
1
You can
Save Dollars
VNow!    '
SfflKT
WAISTS
with soft collar attached,
another with loose self
collar, and atill another
without collar-starched
culls. All just what the
hoys want, .dandies
1-2
PRICE
lo clear out
Square Deal
CLOTHIER
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CUMMING'SI
113-115
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thr nmm, noi
'8Ri M. Gi
BOECKH'S
BRUSHES and BROOMS
A» guaranteed against  iniperfepljgns
which in poorly made goods cause much
wprry snd inconvenience to the householder.
"STEEL GRIP"
Paint And Varnish Bruahea
Will do first class work and will not
shed the bristles.
. i s.. i
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 ol the Imperial Car Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Co.'s property. $300 and $325 each~$20 cash,
balance easy terms. These lots command an uninterrupted
vieWof three miles of Hurrard Inlet. Good soil and level.
Call or write lor descriptive pamphlet.
S. F. MUNSON
333 Pender St. W.
Phone Seymour 5654
Karn Reed Organ (Cost$i60) - • $80
Decker & Son Piano (Coat $750) - $100
Valuable Old Violincello   -   -   -   $100
These instruments can be purchased on easy payments.   They
are in perfect condition and are genuine bargains.
Warburnitz Piano House, Limited
443 Lonadale Avenue
Phone 114
ERINDALE. D.L 622
Between proposed SECOND NARROWS BRIDGE
awl NORTH ARM BRIDGE on Keith Road
FIFTY FOOT LOTS, $330 SgLS
GRADED BOAD TO EVERY LOT .
Water nnd telephone service ii being put into diilrict now und
roula hug Ixvn lurveyed lur carlim,
D. MacLURG
340 PENDER STREET      VANCOUVER, B. C.
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY FERRIES, LIMITED
TIME TABLE
TAKING  EFFECT  MAY  FIRST, ,1911
Lm..- Vancouver till) a.m. and
(hereafter every 'Hi minute* until
7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.31) p.m.
•vary W ininuiuH until 11.30 p.m.
thereafter I2.lt and 1.00 a.m.
WEEK DAYS
l.oov« North Vancouver fi.01) a.m.
and thcrca'tei- every 'Ml minutei until 7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.30 |i.
m. every .'10 minutei until 11.00 p,
in.  thereafter 11.1.1 und 12.16 a.m.
SUNDAYS
Uave  Vancouver 7.40,  8.10 and
(.00 Iheruallcr name ui wcekduyi.
Leave North Voncouver 7.20, 8.00
and .vl", thereafter sumo ax week-
day*
PASSENGER BATES
•Single Ion 6c, 6 lor 26c, 30 lor |l, 70 lor $».
A l.uinlx'i wagon j, truck* and
dr*y», 76c return.
B--2 homo cjproM carriigci and
bacli, 60c return.
O—l horn exprois huggie* and
autoi, 26c return.
VKIIICI.K KATK8
All Iho above rate* include driver, ilulea A and I) auhjoct to 20
pi'i cent. diKounl m lot* of 60.
FREIGHT TARIFF
I'or 100 Ihi. raU, 6c.
Minimum rate, 10c. ,
TimeUM* lubject to change without notice.
Company not liable lor dolayi, accidental or otherwiie.
TAKE NOTICE
THAT the Civic Information and Labor Bureau is now
open lor tlie Convenience of Employers and Employee*.
Employers are requested to take advantage of the Office
when requiring help.
ftmW
\V,iJB. HOOU, Secretary,
14 Lonsdale Avenue,
' North ViwwWi
ARfjBowHjiM discowy
Tht following.- whM i» * inmk-
tion ol an ancient M.SH found yoiter-
d»y op Keith Houd we»t, wi|l to pi
Interest fo North Vanooiivwile*:
|n tha first year ol tli* reign ol
King Georgiui and his Queen, Mury,
behold Waller, the .Scribe, and Wl
wm iii, the Sailor, did gird up thair
loins and taking their Irmly tftSt
in their hands set out for the '»r oity
airois Iho Inlet oominonly called Bur-
mrd,
And it came to pass that when
evening had come, Walter th* Scribe,
and Ellsworth Ihe Sailor, were seen
returning to the city of their adoption wheeling between them a mysterious machine.
And when they had come nigh unto
tho gates ol the city built upon a hill
and called North Vancouver, behold
the elder* nnd ancients (mostly ancients) did forsake Iheir selling nl rest
estate and did come out ol their
dwellings to goze upon Iho travellers.
And 1 ono ol the ancients lilting up
his voice said "llearken tn mo, Walter the scribe end Ellsworth Ihe l.iil-
or, wherelor did ye depart from Ihis
city lo which yo now return 1"
Then did Walter Hie scribe, riling
in the place ol the undents, address
Ihe brethren. Buying: "Ye men ol
Norlh Vancouver why are ye *o
blind ? Keelh ye not that this is tbe
great speed machine of Ihe Eii'ilcitcs,
which 1 hove obtained to lei yo know
speedier Ihe doings ol this (.r.'.Uci-y
wherein ye reside VI , r
And the ciders nnd the undents
wagged their beards and did s.iy ui lo
each oilier, "yeq verily, Waller the
scribe hath done n good Ihing. lie-
hold we will now have no need ol ibe
great bridge which the Qenlile Mc-
\.111.dii would seek lo place ovw Ihe
waters, l.el us make u great final iu
honor ol Wulter ihe scribe uml I'll,
worth the suilormnn, lor they l.uvo
done great things for the cily upon
the hill, even the oily ol Norlh Vancouver.
And tlie elders und tho ancients did
wail upon Peter the Jovial unci did
aay unto him "Behold we desiro to
honor Ihe scribe Waller und Ellsworth
the sailormun. And Peter Hie Jovial
dlil reply "Verily my dwelling in thine
—do as ye will."
Therefore, il came lo puss that ihe
old uud young did gather together in
the house of I'cler tiie Jovial, to do
honor to Waller Iho scribe and Ellsworth Ihe sailorman, lor the great
things Ihey Imd done lor North Vancouver.
And the miDllrels of Ihe city did
pluy upon sweet toned instruments ul
the least und Ihe virgins of the city
did crown Ihe brows ol Walter 'he
Scribe and Ellsworth ihe sailormun,
wilh luurels.
And all these tilings are wrillil) ill
Ihe archives ol the cily by Thomas
Ilie t'lerk and uro witness d ly Wil-
liam the chief ruler ol the city upon
the hill, even Ihe cily ol Norlh Vuncouver.
These things did come lo puis upon
the 21st  duy of tl iglilh month of
the reign ol King 'leorgius nnd his
Queen Mary.
11. C. GAZETTE
In the current issue ol Ilie I'.. ''■
Carol lo the following appointments
tire noted :
William Health) Steele, lo lie dep-
uly mining recorder lor Ihe Onwca
mining division ; Albert I. Uoodilonc,
of the cily ol Voncouvir, J. ll. Illick,
Vancouver, und A. Edward Tulk ol
Vuncouver, to Iw comniiisioners lor
Ihe taking ol albduvils in iho nuprema
court.
U'wii .1. Oilrien ol Ihe city ol N*
iiiimio to be u medical health officer
for the province of Hrilish Columbia.
Due notice is given ol the intention
of Ihe Howe Sound Power Co. Limited
lo apply for water rccordi on thl
north and south branches ol lurry
Creek.
Certificates ol incorporation bsve
Urn issued to thl following extra-
provincial' companies 1, Hloedil Slow-
art k Welch Ltd., Hrilish Columbia
Hop Co. Ltd., Oil.Lull k Carson Limited, Dominion Electric Appliance Co.
Lid., Fidelity Sucurilied Ud., House
fe I'rice Wreckers Lid., Merrilt k Dis
trict Industrial Co-operative Society,
National Timber Co. Ltd., Pacific
Coast Brick <V TSJe Co. Ltd., Police
Mutual Benefit A**oc|*tiou, Powell Id
ver Lumber Co. Eld., T. L. Duncsl
Ltd., Thompson k Carper Ltd., Val-
ley View (Co. Ltd., Wcelern Ware
housing Co. Eld., Windermere Die-
trict Hospital Association I.td.
Chriitie Brown at Co., J. S. Fry k
Co., Jjc*di Fireclay Lid., London and
Ijincashire Life Association and the
Western Life Assurance Association ol
.Cunad* have been registered as extra-
provincial companies,
Th* Cookihull Plow Co. bat been
licensed fi* an extra provincial company.
Baker k Mitchell, contractor!, Lynn
Y«||c.y, bin put completed » bung»l-
pw for Ur. J. W. Pinndl at the corner of Doverooyrt Itoad and ' Campbell
Avenue.
ALV0 von ALVENSLEBEN. LTD.
REAL ESTATE AOENTS
PINANCIAL BROKER*
We h«ve a large list of properties for sa)e in tlje 'Oity ftiitj Municipality
of NORTH VANCOUVEB open for inspection of intending pnrobisera
Branch Office i 4 Lonsdale Ave.    <*»• « *n*™Slitt
THE HOME FURNISHERS
FURNITURE
for everybody.
Carpet Squares
and Rugs.
We have just
received a
complete line
ol Imported
Linoleums
and
Oilcloths
Prices right
Special Attention given to
Window Shades,
Curtain Rods, etc.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
'your curtain*
: draperies by wing'
a Bl/iELL
Carpet iwecper
DINING CHAIRS
AND TABLES
ft  Buffets, Sideboards
and Dressers
Try our
All-felt
Mattress
Pillows
and
Blankets
II you intend making your homo
in North Vuncuuver nee Ul.
We also carry a full
line of Crockery.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
North Vancouver Business Cards
ARCHITECTS
A. S. W. Mackay    J. M. Mackay
A   M.I,..i i   I
Archilccli ond Civil Eaginecra
Balfour-Kar Block
NORTH VANCOUVER
A. CAMPBELL HOPE
C. A. CAI,.
ARCHITECT anil ENOlSEliB
Phone 59116 Vancouver.
I'lione Kill! North Voncouver
MILLIARDS AND POOL
PLAY POOL
AT HAMMOND'S
FIBST WEST
Fiueet table* and cum in tbe City
BLACKSMITHS
R. H. TARN
Pioneer Horieiboer - C*rri»g* Worti
FIRST STREET WEST *. IflNSDALE
CONFECTIONERY
The Palm Confectionery
Stationery, Confectionary, Ico ('roam,
Soli Uunl.i, Fountain Hi ,nl.s. Tobacco
I i I'i l.unclie*, Fruit
It. C, DUCOMMUN li SON
Lontrialo and 6lh l'bono 313
CONTRACTORS
The New Block on  l.onidule Avium
near Iho Ferry  Approach
vrai built by
SMITH BROTHERS
Gouoral t'onlraotori
NOHTII VANCOUVEIt
WM. MORRIS
PRACTICAL FJREPLAQE
AND CHIMNEY BUILDER
['reused Brick i\l.iiitlr.'. it Specially.     Phone 1,112
CIVII, ENGINEERS
PHOTOGRAPHERS
CARBUH
Studit)   over   Dank   B. N. A.
lunndalc anil Esplanade
SAWFILERS
DONALD DOWIE
Saw I'll.'i and Grinder. All kindl ol
hand, cross cut and buck lawi lot
und Mul ut Hliorlwt notico. II l.om
dale Avenue, Norlh Vancouver.
TAIIX)RvS
Angus J.
AMU
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
THE LEONARD-SALE CO.
BookMllen and Stallonen
Cor. f.ORjd*i< and lit.        I'hon* 143
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
BLUE PRINTS
t. H. Sharp, Stud. 8. I, Stud.
Intt. Hun. Ehk- Etc, Arrlit and Civil
Knginarr. I'Um, elcvatiom Hotion*.
roporta, ipecificotioni, utimatu, etc.
lor all claim* ol work, Tracing*, Blue
Print*, Hap Hounting. lii (■•>*■"
Keith Boad. Font, N. Vanaouvar.  3-8
ii   i   .«■
CLARK & LYNCH
JSNGINfiEBS
Contractor* for reinforced concrete
aonatruclion. S*w*ring in «l it*
brai>oh*i, houae connection* a ipe
cialty. Etlinute* luroi»h*d. Office
90 liomdale Av*. Fhon* 488.
J. Cameron
IH. k S.
CIVIL ENGINEER
Irrigation, drolnoge, level*, plana
•nd *pwifioationi. Septic tank* and
boUM drainago * ipcciolly. )'. 0.
Boa Ui, 16th it reel we*< ol ll*wicke
Avanu*.
FISH DEALERS
THE   NOBTH   VANCOUVEB   FISH
AND PBODUCE GO.
Fresh and Smoked Fiab
Live and Drcaacd Poultry
Vegotablea Dcliviry twic* daily
PboM Un 131 Fint Streat
ICE DEALERS
JONES ICE CO.
Wholualeri and Ketailen of Put* Ioe
Creun
Ice for family u«*
BAY VIEW TEA ROOMS
I'bone 236      IONSDALE AVENUE
EXPBESS ANft BAOGAGE
A. WILD
LIGHT EXI'BESS AND GENERAL
l)EI,|VEB¥
Prompt   . S*rvic*-lloderatc  Charge*.
Hmtt
E. LAURIN
High clan I.aHics' and Gmt'i Tailoring
KEITH BLOCK, FIHST STBEET
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
Modern Tailori and Rtnovatory
'Hfl Lonadale Anoui
Cleaning, Prwtiag,  Dyeing,  Altoiing
We   um   the   French   Dry   Cleaning
ProcMi Phon* 'lit
NOBTH VANCOJJVEB
JOHN LINDEN
TA1IOB
I.odiii' and Gent'i Suite to Order
from 136.00 and 136.00 rc*pectiv*ly
Phone 263 lonidalo Car, 16th it.
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
TEACHERS (Music)
SAM. T. SUTTON
TEACHEB OF PIANO and THEOBY
Spadally: Children'i Uiou at own
homo. Termi, otc, apply Genera)
Delivery.
WATCH   REPAIRING
I* your witch etopptag or going irr*-
gulorly? Sae '
A. J. HOOD
'Ih* Norlh Vonoouvtr Eipert
and pionetr JnftUer
«0 UpninA Avtou*
s NQftffl VANWVftli, % C.
trnw turner mm-.mmm
Sfline jmpprtont, olutngos hW tom
recently mifis ill tht jjRFtb .VlhWeF
l,fl» (fcp*FrW»r tty PltW Tl!F»or. Tba
Chljf ii, pov »t»tioneti nt lip? 2 fir
hull on |3th "trtpt, thrown bill run
*p gained giving tho pft-y thu benefit
of |nrp Iipic mtm IWfJ a mt nf la
NEW TOTMPOT MM, W:
TBlCT-lWrict of New tfjptniiniter.
Take milieu that Eliot A. Uimwell ol
Viineouver, occupation, broker, intend*
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands: About
-'in acres commencing at a poit b|ant-
eil op I lm norl huuat corner of Lot
1674. thence eait 36 chaiui, thuuee
nmi li 80 chains, thence welt 6 chains,
num. or leu to shore of Hors* Shoo
Lake, thence jp a south and wetter)/
coin-so uroiind shore of lake to Noitli-
eioil comer of (.ot 1573, thence aouth
60 chaiui, more pf |uu, to point pf
eiiliiniellivinenl.
(Sgd.)      ELIOT A. HASWELI..
.Inne 17th. lllll. 11-9
\8
I f)f\Y at our Babies BILLY and
LiUUIV CHARLIE—	
Why make two loads moving when One Van will take it all.
Ring up 295, CREAMER TRANSFER CO., for the
Largest Padded Furniture and Piano Van in the Cily.
NEW WESTMlNSTF.il LAND DIS
TUIOT—District ol New Wtatmiuater.
Take nolle* lliul .losejili (1. lloel.eiill.
ol Yancouver, occupation, government
official, intundi to apply for permission lo purchaie Iho following deicrib-
eil landi: 161) acrei commencing at a
post planted on the south went corner of Lot 'Mil, I hence in ill 111 10
chains, thence eait 40 chaim, thrncii
north 40 ahuini to south boundary ol
Lot 3638, ihence west hi chaim mora
or less, along said boundary to poinj
ol commencement.
•lOSIiPH C. DOCKEBILL.
June 17th, 1011. no
UM
PUBLIC HIGHWAVS
Province ol lliilish Columbia
NOTICE ia hereby ijiien lhat all public Highways in unorgani2id districts
and all Main Trunk lloadi in urgani..
od   Dislricls aro sixty-six feet   widi,
uud'huvo a width ol Ihirly-lhro* hoi
on each lidc ol Ihe mean ilraighl cm-
Ire lino ol the Iravcilcd road.
THOMAS TAYIjOB,
Minister of Public Works'.
Department ol I'ublie Worki,
Victoria, B. C„, July 7lb, |»11.11-10
-mmnUnWrnkm
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Mahon, McFarland & Proctor, Ltd.
H" if i ''  ■■■'    ,.        ..II      ! l.ll    I ..I   I     .  ■
NEW CAPILANO CAR LINE
50 ft. lots at terminus in D.L. 601 k 607
52 foot lots in Block 27, D. L. 599
-t.
Phone 6286 -   -  543 Pender Street, Vancouver
We have a  HALF ACRE of  level  land, adjoining City,
75 x 257 feet, on two streets near Capilano Car line which is
An Attractive Residential Site
This property has a magnificent view that could never be
obstructed (except by sky-scrapers), for $750, Cash $250
MARTINSON & CO.
P. O. Boi 72
Phone 173
62 Lonadale Avenue    -    -   North Vancouver
Am- In % event nf No, Mr* lnl
toing muJjjtUpp) lor a firo \n thu
dis|rjot the t«am itatippod, ol number
pn» »ne» ijp (p number imp fire hall
|o he on fluty there, the grade d«W
J'<W«I»I» iivkm mmnt efpeditinn
IP m<Aim UM hhm within tho city
limit*
High School Exami-
ations (or 1911
Analyuiii ol the result! ol thin midsummer'! high achool entrance ixam
inalion* lliowi a uniully ir.i riiib.-.I
number of icnior itudenti in llm public ichool) thrppghopt the proviso,
no lower thqp I-M7 flocking to be
graduated frnm tho public school*, ol
whom 818 paued, or well over liliy
por cent. Analysis of tho result*
i'Iiiiwii Iho iilaiuhiiil of I'llirii'iin- lo lie
higher in the Hmallcr oenlrn Ihun ip
Vancouver, where miro particularly
Ihu pii.i-i lint waa disappointing,
three entire diviiiom failing lo pro-
mole a aingle candidate. Ilmuim on-
ipii'Hlionahly go thin inidiummor to
t'hilliwai-li, which cily not only pmsrd
ill entire dun ol candidate* Irom the
central achool uud produced Iho first
honors winnor nl Iho year in Ihe per-
inn ol Him Beuic S milh, but alio
slums higher average markings than
any other centre in the province, indicative nl exceptional ability on the
pari of the teaching stuff and alio
i'.'ii-Iui ii..us induilry and aptiludo on
Iho pari ol Ihe scholuri. The bronze
ineduli aniiunlly donated by His Kx-
cellency Ihe Governor-Honcrul, ilu
iniilHiiminer have been awarded lo Mi-.
ll.- .i.' Smith, t'hilliwack ; Miss Marion
firay, I'liniberlnnd i Miss I.inilu Ucltne
Urimd Vorki; Him Marguerite Aim
lin, l.nilyimilh; Mil* llora Critchlcy.
Nanaimo; Him Myrtle 1'iilui |uiil,
Nelson; Miss Ruth E. Agar, New
Wi'HliniiiHler; Vim Muriel Floclhum,
He vein! uke ; Mill (iludya M. York,
lli'-iliinil; Mi is Baatio Wation, Van
couver | Mils Mudgo Hill, North Van
couver; Him t'urrie K. Sowlei, Vernon : Mini I- Jii I. I,. Mm i i-i, Victoria ;
V .1. K. Wyllie, Knmloopi, and Win.
B. McKcoun, Kelowna, a remarkable
Hhowing inasmuch an Ihe Iodic* have
virtually swept all belora thorn, "in
diculed in Ihe cnpliiro ol Ihirt on ol
Ihe inn.li prized medal* lo |he Iwo
won by Ihe boys, iillbougb with a
slightly lower averfg*—74B lo 761 J.
The lollowing are the rosull* ol tho
•pecial local and district intereil:
Norlh Vancouver Twenty Cuudidutes
ten pawed ; Madge (iill 741, Wallace
HKore 713, I'oliu Cameron 680, Iallian
Bull fM. Alma Shore 630, Constance
Winner KM. ■ l.ni'y Phillips 6X1, ('bar
loi lirabam 587, (Icorgc dint M.'l and
Horold I, Brean 668.
Rural Municipality ol Norlb Vaucm
i.i i'u I nl ii in i. Ihreo candidntl, none
pawed; l.ynn t'rcojt, two candid i■-..
neither ponied ; Norlb Star, one ''•■"
iliilnle, pawed, LnwrmCe A. Hick* 677.
Private   schools — Chwlcrfn Id,    I WO
niiiiliiliil,ii.    neither    pnned.    1'rival
•ludy, one candidate, did not pis.
,' .       'IS     s     .    .,,.
!H99
.llll.y R(ll) AND fllJN
"Following Ibe Kur Trails" a story
ol Ibe lar Nortti ol interest lo every
Canadian, opoui the .filly nuiuUr ol
KM) AMI tll'N IN CANADA, pub
liihed by W. J. Taylor, UA., Woodstock, Ont. lu thii itory Mr. II. .1.
Kraicr, who ii rugaged mi ihe Hydro
graphic Survey, relates intereil ing iu
cidtol* ol Ihe eight months' -lay ol
the party engaged in survey work in
Ihe neighborhood ol Hudsuu'i Day
und tdli of an attack upon Iho tamp
ol Polar bean. There ii much variety
in Ihe oilier stories, both lishcrineu
and limit.-is receiving duo ul lent imi.
Tho)' hunt ou horicback iu British
Columbia showing the difference in
Iho condition! between Ihose prevailing in lhat province and llioio existing in eaileru nnd ..nlinl Cunada.
There  is  much  more ol inUreit  lo
evel J   spin I .ma n   ill   I bin   n ll ml'i'l.       11
shiiuhl be found in every summer camp
no plcusunfer companion fur whiling
away a pleasant hour is needed.
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PRISIM BINOCULARS
An ini eresl ing liiii' which demands
Ibo attention ol every one who dw.ills
flpjjd the attractive and injpreMivo
beauty ol the 'liipnict province."
Our showing ol Prism Binm-ulmn
nnd high grade Field i linns « rivals
anything in this line that has yet
In™   diiplaycd   in   Ihe   Dominion.
Knowing well thul this great picturesque country, wilh its difficult <hs
iiuuiM, its iiimiiiiiiin and loreit
beiinly and its sea gilt shore .requires
a glass that would bring the distance
near. Wo at once sought the markets
lamed for field glames of penitrativc
power nnd largo field ol viiion with
the rosull that we now offer the buyer a selection Irom which he may
choose u glass whicii powcwoi all the
qualities necessary to compht« eati*-
laction.
Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths v
Hastings and Granville Slrcels   -   -   -   Vancouver, B. C.
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
HAY, FLOUR AND FEED
Poultry Supplies a Specialty
All Orders Promptly Attended to
MOVED TO
U6 ESPLANADE EAST
PHONE 4
wwm
STORE TO LET
Centre Block Lynn Vdky
115 monthly. Leategiven to good parties. Thii il an excellent,
opportunity to establish a good business in a growing district.
Apply
Cor. Centre and Lynn Valley Road
—.—i_or —:—
Merchants' Trust & Trading Co.
Pender and Burrard Streets, Vancouver, B. C.
BANK OF HAMILTON
Capital Paid Up  f 8760,001)
lii-i'iH. k Undivided 1'roGti    3860,000
Total Asseti  40.000,0(10
Il ii not easy lo alter the hubils
ol a lif.'iline im imall mailer to
forsake extravagance and learn 16
•avc.
You will never learn unlets you
have on inceulive ol a StyiBff* Account.
Do not iiinernilinale call al the
Bank ol Hamilton -and open an account .
C. G. HEAVEN, Agent,
North Vaneouvir.
aa
v \v\]
UttiQ9a:
HAMILTON
PIONEER BAKERY
EIGHTH STREET EAST
Phone $4
Try Our Irwh, French and Homemade Bread, 20 ounces to the loaf, Four bftvei for 25c,
euijm* NORTH VANCOUVER
M"**-" iM.Tlr ■■■» m
mi mm*,
?Wl" Hi   Ci
Eiprtit CUiilfied AgY
mi bus     "ir
TOB BALE
FOR m,9*9M, growth 4ry wnod
fpr 94rttQ per pord, .4 It, Phone 83. 8-8
FOB 3AI.1S-I.srge 3-roomed tent,
boiHil walla »n4 floor, Apply Phillips,
(Wth itreet and Ht. George's.       38-7
FOBSAMHWl lb. lawn roller, alro
asveral donep g»m senleri. Wra, Jfor-
den,    Ijonsdulo    nnd    Upper   Keith
Bosd, 38-7
. Canary Kirds, good singer* lor inle
cheap. Markham, oppusiti 1'nlmv
Hotel, Seeuiiil uiivel. 7 31
, POH SAI.K-Choice lot in D. I.. 374
IW leet Irontnge, lane, live niinute.9
Irom lurry, hall block from l.onsdtli
Ave.; splendid locality, cheap lor i|iro'.i
, sale. Hood terms. Apply tlox Alii,
Kxpress tllliee. 38-7
FOB BENT
POIt HUNT — Iloiiickeeping rooms,
318 Si i'i Illi I .'.I I'i ei nail. ill
POIt RENT-Urg* hall, l.onstlale
Ave. (near 1st street) formerly known
as K. I>. Hall) suilahlo lur lodge room
aociety purposes, or unite of offices.
Alterations to suit responsible tenant,
privilege nl subletting. Apply Iiwin
b Millings Co. Ctil., 601 Lonsdale Ave
Tel.'pin Hie   16. 11
WANTBD
WANTCD-Comlorluhle bedroom by
gentleman in huiims*. Apply No. I'll,
Express. 36 7
WANTKD-Experienced girl for Ken
die Mulien Apph Lonsdale Supply
Sim.■., Illi I ..ii..Iui,. Ave. 36-7
BENT UP'FOB TBIAE
For soma time tbe Ipoal ppline Imve
been flitomptlng to apprehend the
criminal/ who has ao successfully per
riefl out « wins ol mirglntiea in th1
city am) dial riot, At first thia was
thought tn be the with ol » i.ong.
Yesterday the first dufinilo clue in the
case was received when John W. Jonas
ol this eity wai caught 'ryjng lo dis
pose of aoma valuable artielea iu f.nn
of tbe Vancouvor pawnshop*, ilpnes
Was arrested end brought to ^orth
Vancou ver where he had. u hearing he-
fore Mayor McNeish and I, J. Woods,
LP. thia morning. In all seven aepur-
ute counts wero cha)kod up i^nimi
the prisoner and he plead "d uiii.y lo
all of iliein, The jnslices, taking i:to
eonsideralion thu seriousness of the
charges, have sent him up fnr   tria1
at a higher court.
  —
A 1101,1) IIP IN NOBTH VANCOUVEIt
Weigh your bread. Brewer's X I.
Ilreatl is 16 ounces (Union Made) Five
cents per loaf. No'sweeter or bettst
bread made. Don't pay a higher prie
for inferior stuff, or encourage exorbitant prices in North Vancouver. S.
Hilrhie, Ihe I p lo Hale llrocer, 36li
to H68 First street, East. 36-8
Bt. John tbe Evangelist, Bth and
Llih streets: Holy communion, 8 a.m.
iiioiniiii: prayer, 11 a.m. ; evening prayer, 7.30 p.m. (In the lirst Sunday in
Ihe month there will be a second ce-
lebralion of the holy communion at
11 a.m.  Hector, Rev. Hugh Hoopir.
WANTKD -Drcssniiikiin;. All hinds oi
good class work undertaken, shin
waisls nnd skirts a specially Mrs
ll a mu, nt, 3nd house, 8th street, adjoining Boulevard, North Vannouvar,
28-S
WANTKD-Mothcr'i help to simp
al home. Mrs. Thomas, .".ill lliu t,
fint house west ol l.onslilo Av... li-. 7
Mr. and Mn. II. I). McAllister, o
llth street east are Ikj proud pnrenls
ol a young ion.
FOUND
Fill ND-Envelop* wilh small sum of
money. Owner may have same by paying this silvi. al Ihis office. •> 7
MI80ELLANLOUH
J. I unlet and North Lonidale
del il at I inisilale I'luii inni'.  I'bone 'ill
Wa I'lo-.i Sundays. I lions 1131. I
II. Knglisli, 0. K. flrortry, l.'l Loin
■ Iui* Avenui.
Siimlliiiin k .Simpson, lm.hi ti.. mov-
•n, residence tlW 61 h Avenue We*l,
Pairview. Tel, Fairmont  1310.      N-:T
mm
eemmn
To Help You
Yotthftvoelddresiiw
ot good material
tweked away,
Why don't you treat
youmlf to a nm
areas—by dyeing om
occasionally ?
RAINBOW
DYES
are tbe kind to buy
—one kind of dye
for all fabrics; wool,
cotton, silk or mixed
goods.
Ind you don't hive to rip
tbe dresses apart I
Nor guess at the
materials.
Vour looal d.alir hu lh*m.
m. s. Mcdowell
B. C. DUCOMMUN-6, 10, 16c store
$toPB? otpi? pp pwpyai,
;Jfis» Polite has now tomovmi tot■
milllnory, bnBinosB Irom Wth to im
ijtpre' pii|tr?l piwiiie* nf 08 Lonsdnle
\vanm where In connection »?||>li tho
laws new mfditjon to the dry goods
store now occupied by Mr,, J, J, 9o-
Aleepo',1 she will optp later lor the fall
season with all Ihu lulnet styles in
high class millinery. Makers and apprentices required for millinery. Ap-
p|y"fiiss Collie     38-7
NOTICE
P1S80JJJT10N   OP   PABTNEH3HIP
0ABBOW 4i CAHI'IIELL
Tbe partnership existing heretofore
between Iho undersigned is this duy
dissolved liy mutual consent, Mr.
Campbell retiring from the linn.
The business will iu future ho  conducted by Thomas liar row, to whom
all.parlies indebted lo the lute firm
aro roipmsted to make payment.
THOMAS (IABI10W,
ilKiiliiiF, OAMI'BEI I,
Nnrlh Vancouver, B. 0.,
16th July, 1011. 38-7
St. Andrew's Freibyterinn diuroli,
lilli street. .Services | Morning Worship
11 a.m., evening worship 7.80 p.m.,
Sunday School 3.80 p.m., Minister1!
Hible Clou 3.30 p.m., V.P.S.C.E. Tuei-
day evening 8 o'clock, prayer meeting
Wednesday evening 8 o'clock. "'Imi
needs you; yop noed God." Hev. Bou-
uld MacLeod, minister.
ASSF..SH0II WANTED
Applications will he received by tht
undersigned up nil live o'clock p. in
on Tblirsdoy, the llnl day of August,
1011, for Ihe position ol assessor o
the City of North Vancouver for tb
year 1013.
Applicants lo stele salary  espechd
previous   experience  und nri|iiuintuncr
wilh local bind values.   The  position
muy Imi ol a permanent character.
THOMAS SlIKPHEltD,
Cily Clerk. 4-'
New Harness Shop
A BRANCH OF THE VANCOUVER
HARNESS CO, HAS BEEN Ol'ENED
IN Till'. PREMISES OP THE C. M
k N. COAL AND Hlll'l'LY CO., COB.
ESPLANADE   AND  ST. tlEOltfiE'R
AVE.     A FCLI. STOCK OP FIBST- V
CLASS HARNESS AND HORSE PIT- 7
TINCS   WILL   HE   CARRIED.     A
SPECIALTY   WILL  HE  MADE   OP
REPAIR WORK.  PRICKS Will,  BE
THE SAME AS THOSE IN VANCOL'-|
VER.
Vancouver Harness Co.
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PHONE 359
nUmimC.
SyriafSiU, lw|
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
SEALED TENDERS mpersrrilied
"Tinder lor School, Lynn Vulley,"
fill Im i.'i'.ive.l hy Ihe llouorabl* the
Miniii.i ol Public Uml.. up to noon
ol Tbumday, the 37th day ol .Inly
1011, lor the erect ion ami rumplelinn.
of i lom ilium limlwr framed irhool-
houie, wilh conerele has. mini, al
Lynn Valley in Ihe Richmond Elector
al Diitrict.
Plans, .lpKiAculloiis,'contract and
forms ol lender may lie ion on aud
alt.i Ih* nth day ol duly, I'JII, al the
<onV«» ol Mn. E. .1. CampMI, Secre-
t»ry to the School Hoard, Norlh Van
ooavtr ; Ihe (ioverunient Agnit, N™
Ifwtminster . and the Drparlmeol ol
Public Werki, Victoria.
Kuril proimial must he accomponied
by an accepted hint, rlmpie or crlifl-
«tt* of depont on a chartered bank ol
Canada, made payable to Ihe Honor
able Ih* Minister of Public Works, lor
lh« *om nl fill, which -liill In   for
biUd jl lit patty lendering decline to
■ *ol*r into contract when inllwl   upon
to do ao, or il be lail lo complete Ihe
. work contracted lor.  The cherpiea   or
awlificalM   of dspoiit ol uniuo«ulul
. Undarcri will l« returned to Hum upon Uu (Mention of th* contract.
Tander* will not be considered unlet*
meAn out on tb* forms supplied, sign-
. m\ wit*  tli* eciualr aignatur* ol Ibe
tmAatet, nni eooiimA in the envelope*
(arnwtad.
Tk* lo»r**t or any Under sot n.c
•warily *»i*pt*a\
I ot PtrWic Work*,
B. C, inly iti), mt-
J, 9. OBfPPITH,
Pabli* Work* Kngk**r.
■ Pirirtwrr'
:     Vntotit,
' pM|
97-7
Our New
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jjlrt Standing Alibi of j ByHW ,
H. Stdeigh Str,< I m.
»»»»»»»»»%
A ■iiikiii.TT.Iv urigiiml mul iufonaely
iiili'i'i'T-iiiiL' detective i-Idiv, by tlii.s
|i<)|)iihir writer, will liegin.in the
"Kxpress" in aliout I wo weeks*.
fl Kverybo'ly   who  likes  a good,
clean, stirring "vnrn" should read '
this story. *
Advise us at once il any
irregularity in delivery
Sulpiride NOW >nd get
tlie whole story —
TheExpreiiW-JiTo
North Shore Press, Ltd.
119-121 FIRST STREET, EAST
Life's bailies ure won by doers nol
dreamers.
Thoro is not a man ol us Imi wishes thai things were different, hut we
are too cowardly lo atari the reform ourselves.
TAXES
TAKE NOTICE that the date for
etpjry ol rebate on laxci hai belli II-
i. ml.-.1 lo SEPTUM HI.II lilth, lllll.
All persons who pay Ihe unniial tui.es
levied on lau.la on or bclore September llllh next will he infilled lo a discount of one simIi off Ihe general
rale.
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
Cily Clerk. tl
District of North Vancouver.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
SEALED TENDERS on the pnacrib-
ed forms and accompanied hy cerlilied
i li.-.|iie or cash lor five per pent, ol lb
annuel ol lender (which sum shall be
retained as a guarantee until tho la
lielaclory completion ol the work according lo specilication) will bo c
ceived by the Municipal Clerk unlil 3
p.m. on Thursday, 371b Inly, I'JII, l.,r
the fullowing :
I. Clearing uud grubbing (and sub-
seipienliy grading nnd building ol culverts) of Dudley Road, I). I.. 6W.
3. Clearing, grubbing and gradin/
portion ol Miiuliiii.il,I Avenue on caal
side, I). L. 555.
.1. Clearing, grubliiiw aud ;ri.Ung
road to Lot i, block IS, II. I.. 555.
I. Clearing, grubbing and ermine;
road in HI.,. 1. 4, D. L. 341311.
5. Clearing, griihlung und grading
road on east side, block 13, I). I   "tt.
All iu accordance wilh plans nnd
ipaoiAaattoni to lie wen -it tl.ii oM'Hi.
The lowest or any lender rot tuoe*
.■ml',  accepted.
•I. H. COStlBOVK,
District Engineer,
Dislrirl Municipal Office,
I'splonnde, North Vancouver, II. C„
3lil .Inly, Kill. •it'i-iil
TENDERS WANTED
SEALED TENDERS minted "T«-
ger for grading," will he received by
Ih* Cily Clerk ol Iht Cily ol Norlb
Vancouver, up lo 13 o'clock noon
lo Monduy, Ihe 3ltt day ol duly,
11)11, lor grading Ihe following ;
Uinulale Avenue Irom I'ppcr Keith
Road to llllh slreei.
Lonsdale Avenue, Irom Llili alrtel
to ItMb tlreot.
Lonsdale Avenue Iron ISUi *lre*l
Id city limit*.
Pint si reel, Irom l/midali Ave. to
HI. David's Av*.
Second itreet from i point 900 leal
eait of St.  Andrew's Av*. to   I'j.iIi-s
Avenue, _^J__
Said grading to Iw inne according
to plant, profibim cro** Motion* and
•(wcihcalions prepared by th* i iiy en
ginaer,
All tender* lor lb* alxiv* mentioned
work must ba made on form* wpplitl
by IM City Engineer.
A ttwin tor t per c*nt. of ike
amount of the Tander mult accompany each and ivory tender.
A bond of 35 per tent, of U><
amount of th* contract will b*
r»ifuir*d.
S*p*r*U TmdM* nmi be mail Ut
I
HARDWARE
Is wh&t we wish to pall your attention to, our line is complete throughout.
We have just opened up fl line of
Locks direct from New York, These
Locks are in dull brass finish of the
latest design.
Hinges, Window Catches, Casement
Adjusters, and all fittings to match.
Come in; we will be pleased to
show them to you.
Paine & McMillan
The Hardware Specialists
Fint St. and lonidale Ave., North Vancouver
POST OFFICE KEITH BLOCK
The New Post Office will be opened on
MONDAY, Ihe 31 st inst.
Parties having boxes will please call o i Monday morning
to exchange keys and procure new numbers.
Parties requiring boxes may obtain them afler the above date
j, a. McMillan
Postmaster*
MEET ME
AT THE
=ALL NATION
Social and Concert
rem
TO BE I ll 11)
TUESDAY, AUGUST 1st, 1911
IN THE
JAPANESE TEA GARDENS
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE
St. Andrew'i Church Christian Endeavor Society
A Good Programme Characterise Co»tumei
i ■
Wholesome Enjoyment;     Refreshments
i
Admission to Grounds, 25c
Come One! Come All!
ATENTS
i,H.I,riiV* :<••<";
T7I toHdl tit fmtlamol UaletUltttt.
Intlttititat tihtti wbo i»Hf< Ilu WrtWUI
III J htriMg OuH Filial Jju.infM littm'itt
himtpatU. tnlmmijUrictlitt. Clurgn |
VM M YM-
tumtttci
ntj-mm^
Hill  Work  »llOvn   lilillliuliiil.
Tho l«wral nr any UnAar not luor* ,
iirily uc«pt«l.
0KOBOR S. HANKS,
I'ity Kngiat*
t'ily EnglMir'* Ofim,
Hotlb VtMotivpr,
JnlylUh, Ivll. m\
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