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Ndbtii Vwppwvib, 8,0., Friday, ivw M, \9\\
Numbe? 8?
i
District Council
lir. Wat. McQueen, city clerk «l Van-
couver, fu a leltir to iho diilnct
council read at the regular piceting
lest evening onoloeai a'copy pi i|,r
egreenient Iwtwton the Vancouver,
Weelminelcr k Yukon Railway and the
Hurrard Inlet 'I unite) and Bridge Co.,
adopted by the delegates of the different municipalities and the coropan-
iet concerned at a moating held in the
diy ball, Vancouver on the Kith iimt.
Mr. McQueen alao not lied tbe council
. nf llm date nl the pent meeting of tbe
delegates lo he hold on Tuesday, 18th
uml.. at 3 p.m. in the oily hall, Vancouver.
Coun. Dridgman's piotion tbut the
agreement he ratified by the Council
si parly tn it was carried unanimous-
1
The Imperial Car, Shipbuilding and
Dry Rock Co. again made application
lor the guaranteeing by Ihe council nf
tlMHOll worth, of their bonds. . Tho
company called attention to the fact
that in the event of the application
being accepted tho company gives to
the municipality a deed of all it is
woith being approximately tfJ.ntin.iHi
Tbis was filed.
Coun. Allan reported lhat whereas
tbo wnrk in connection with owning
up roads elo. in wards one and two
wes proceeding in such unsatisfactory
milliner lhat he wished to order an investigation.
Coun. l.imii'i's motion that who
specific charges wero made the nun
ligation should lie proceeded with was
carried.
The report nf Architect McAulny upon the progression ol the work on the
new municipal hall, Lynn Valley) was
recoiled. The architect staled that Ihe
wnrk had been unnecessarily delayed
and lhat Contractor Jay had failed lo luiiil his pail of the contract,
and therefore did not recommend the
payment of 70 per cent, ol tlie work
finished as per the trims nf the contract.
Mr. Mitchell, Contractor Jay's partner, was present tn give bis side ol
tbe story. He stated lhat Ihe contract
called for Iho payment nl 7o instead
of 711 por cent, of Ihe work finished
at tlie end of each month and thai
tbe recent strike was the sole cause nf
the delay in Ihe work.
Coun. Allan, in making n report on
Ihis matter, aaid Ibal il was not from
need of men that Mr. Jay was delaying the work as he had transferred
tbe men working on Iho municipal hall
to another contract and that before
the strike nf carpenters tho Hoard ol
Works had found it necessary to savers! time* call Ihe attention of the
contractors to slighted work. '* "as
decided that a mooting ol ihe architect, contractors and Hoard ol Worke
would convene on Monday lo consider
the matter.        .
Hon. F. I,. Carter-f'olton wrote,
acknowledging receipt of council's litter of 7th iust. re the suspension o
operations on tho low level rond
through Moodyvllle. Mr. Col tun slat
cl that he bad forwarded Ihe l.'itxr to
tbe minister nf Public Works wilh. a
request Dial Ihe work lie rcsuniid at
once.
A petition signed by seven property
owners on Gladstone street, Omul, i
tie was received asking lhat the council have Ibe street in nuaetion opened
up in order that vehicular access to
(heir homes might be gained. Thia
was referred lo tbe Board of Works
and engineer.
Mr. W. Hward, in a Isller to tho
r„micit alleged lhat tbr contractor
blasting on King and Nye streets was
guilty ol criminal carelessness. The engineer was instructed tn inform tho
contractor lo  exercfae  more care in
this .mu." Ii'i'i
Mr. M. Miller of l*pn V'al|ey nnm-
plained that Nwth Vancouver leaim
go4 the prefeisnoe over local tiame in
(he construction ol Ibe Lynn Vnllej
road. Mr. Miller reported Ibal last
spring be had bought earls on I'
recommendation ot fbe road superintendent, Mr. Hai, aad about t *»>»(«
faler bad been laid ol in preference I.
city teams. Referred to II. ol Works
' Mr. A. (I. Perry, local manager
of the B. C. K. By., wrote elating tbe
reason lor Ibe aou-treolion of strtel
lamps at tbs corners of Queen aire >
Mahon Avenue, Esse* street end St
fieorge, was on account ol the w v
tily of blasting in that seoljon before
(he lights were put up. The engineer
ji ss instructed to have Ibe Mast ing
in ijuestioo carried oul.
Mc I''" Adamsoo, sccre4sry of Ibe
North tonsdale Ratepayers' Aeaocia-
liou, wrote on behalf of the Association rerirjeeliog the council In instruct
|he sngincer lo prepare a feasible
highway tor a through highway to flu
Mosquito road.    The engineer waa in-
GOVERNMENT TUG LAUNCHED
Pioneer Shipbuilders of the North Shore Nearing Completion of Contract,
The now $tn,IH)0 steel tug "Point
Ellice" which is taring built by the
Mclhiiignll-Jenkins, Engineers I.td. lir
i lie Dominion government, was launch
ed on Wednesday evening. At 7.M
o'clock thu wnrk of driving the wodg-s
preparatory to starling ciimmeii red,
and at half pest eight the vessel
slipped easily down Ihe guidoi nnd *nt
consigned L) her nnlive cleinonl.
The Mcliougull Jenkins Fngimers
are tho pioneer shipbuilders on tho
mainland of Hrilish Columbia und this
is the second steel hull built by them,
Ihe first lacing tbe hull of Ihe North
Vancouver Ferry No. 3 and the excel
lence of tho Nn. 3 construction as
classed al Lloyd's is a splendid testimonial of tho worth of Ihis industry.
Somo time ago the firm acquired
the plnni of the Albion Iron Works,
Vancouver, nnd since then lime made
cxtonsivc alterations in their machine
shop and wharves Over lull median
ics residing fnr the most on the North
Shore arc employed in this growing
concern.
The following is a description of
Ihe "Point KNicc," which .when completed will bo one of the most powerful ami speedy boats of her Liud on
the I'ucilio- coasl ' Tug is built to KM)
Al at Lloyd's, length Ul fl. I! inches
over all 78 feel fi inches, porpendicu-
-lain '.'ii fl. in breadth with a mnuhied
depth of Ii ft. ll inches, equipped with
fi water tight bulkheads, all of which
will exteud frnm the Hoor plates to
the muip deck, making her practically
unsiukublo.
I'o give the' tug sufficient power to
tow any of tho dredges in Hrilish
Ciilumhiu waters the boat wi I bo fitted with an inverted fore uud uft compound surface condenser, wilh high
pressure cylinders of lo Inches ittamc-
ter wilh a low pressure cylinttrr of 31
inches with a 'it inch stroke) 'I'Iui engines will develop about MM horse
power which is double thai of llui lug
"I'llrcl" and will be propelled at a I'i
knot clip.
Steam will lie supplied by a So.oie.li
marine boiler wilh a 12 It. im innl
diameter, Iho working pressure ol
which will lie aboul lot) pounds to the
i.i|iiui.- inch. Her air pumps uro to l,n
of the Edwards syndicate design, VI
inches in diameter, with a It! mill
iii.il..'. to he driven by the low pressure crosshead. Ilie Point Ellice
has been built lo Iho design of H. A.
Rridges, superintendent ol dridgee for
tho Dominion Hovcrnmonl and when
completed will be used chiefly for the
now government dredge Ajax which is
al present in Victoria.
Tho oorapuny expect lo havo their
contract finished by Ihe beginning of
September.
structcd lo prepare an estimate   and
plan of tho work in question.
That in tlm near future the Seymour
Lumber Co. will open up u mill in 1).
1.. till) was the suhslanco of u letter
from the president, Mr. A. 11. Diplnck,
When cwiiiplcl.d this mill will employ
about 30 men. Tho Soymour Lumber
Co. applied for an additional subsidy
of tf'J.iNMl for their const ruction ol lire
plank rood to I). I.. 8ftU, Iho total
coi.l of which was $111,11011, council's
shine *:|.ism. Referred to (lie Hoard nf
Works.
WRh regard lo tho water Irouhles of
th,- It.d I'ii Lumber Co. and lire coun
cil it was decided that Iho water committee act in conjunction wilh the mill
authorities in securing temporary ic
lief at  least.
Hue hundred und fifty dollars was
voted by the council to the exhibition
nl Iimt growers lo lie held on the
nnrlh shore on September Hll and llth
following Ihe application for a donation by the secrclory ol the association, Mr. Ilai.,1.1 Snow.
Notification wus received lo Ihe effort that the next mooting "f the
Hoard of Railway Commissioners will
lie In Id in the courl house, Vuncouver
on Thursday, the 31 si day ol August.
The application ol Mr. (i. Marr ol
IIiiiuIiiime for, a road io his lots In
block 34, D. L. AM, was referred to
Ihe Hoard of Works.
The contracts for tbe clearing nnd
grading of the marine drive west und
for tbe en tension ol ('outer Road wero
awarded as follows' Marine Drive,
W, S. I'rescolt, »t,'J3fi ; Conlre Rood,
,|, C, Rrown, $100.
Tho Baptist counntion ol H. ('. it
now in session at Ihe First lla|)tisl
Church, Vancouver und will continue
over Sunday. Home visiting minister
of Ibe conventinn will preach in the
chinch here morning and evening next.
The North Vanoouver ' City Band
have a busy week ahead ol tbcm. To
night I hoy will play at Ibe Jupumsif
Too i (unions, Monday night band con
cert on tho waterfront, Wodnosdoy
evening VM' iust., council at Victoria
1'ark, Thursday evening, 301 h imi.,
conceit on roof garden at I'ulacc
Hotel.
Tbe social in the Lynn Valley I'm
by in inn i lunch last evening under tbe
auspices of the-Ladies' Aid was a
marked success financially despite the
fact that owing lo insufficient advertising the attendance was not So Urge
as usuul. Mr. Win. Knowlcs was chair-,
man and the items on Ihe program
were chiefly by local talent. Mrs
Douglas acted as accompanist. Tbe
vote of lhank. to Ibe ladies and artistes was moved by .1. M. Fromme
fuf seconded by K. Schwodlcr, and ef
Ur a surfcit of ice cream and cake
folke wended tbeir way homsward.
BAND CONCERT TONIGHT
tjiinmcncing at 8 o'clock (bis evening Ihe City Hand will give a concert ut Ihu Japan,' ..• Tea Ciurduis.
A i least |wo hundred people were
congregated on the wharves and wo-
torfront adjacent to Iho plant nf Mc
llongiill-Jenkins, Engineers Ltd. on
Wednesday evniing and Iho owners ol
limine und row bouts nnd canoes on
Ihe Norlh Shore were present lo wit
noes Ihe tunnelling of the new government tug "Point  lltu-
SCHOOL CONTRACT WILL
BE AWARDED TONIGHT
Al Vi. Ju. si.n evening's meeting of
I ho School Hon nl a number of tenders were received for the cnnstriiclinu
of Ihe new Ridgcwny Avenue school.
lining In the number und relative
sameness of Ihe amounts the awarding
was left over for a special mioting tonight. It is presumed thul Smith
Hi oi hois will ho swarded the contract
Miss M. I.. Marklo, in a bitter to tho
Hoard, tendered her resignation. This
wus ucccpted. The plans and spicificu
lions of Jones <V 'iillhum, urchitocts,
were accepted lor the Hidgeway school.
The accristary was instructed to call
for lenders  lor  nn   extended   haling
'.Inn in Iho Central school.
Sundry accounts for the month ol
dune were miilnm/cl for puymont,
in all the hills oumo lo glll.fiO.
The teacher's report for Ihe month
of June gave uu average attendance ol
li.l per day.
Dr. Dyer, the school health inspector, wrote i.■commending Ihe (mining
of rples for the pupils anil teachers,
with n viow lo encouraging a more
sanitary condition in tbo schools.
Secretary (ioorgc Campbell wus up
pointed clerk of work on Iho hidgeway school.
In Iho absence of Chairman .Sleacy,
Trustee Furry occupied (he chair.
TENNIS A)l!RTS OPEN TOMORROW
The courts of tho Niirlb Vancouver
I .nun Tennis Club will be open tor
play on Saturday the 1Mb imt. at
2,30 o'clock. 'Ihe official opening of
Iho courts will toko place on the fnl,
lowing Saturday. Il ie to be hoped
thai all those interested in tennie will
put in an appearance tomorrow in order that Iheir names may lie duly inscribed on ths rolls of Iho club. Vie-
■tor* will have no difficulty in locating Ihe grounds as Ihey ore only one
block Irom the end of Ihe Lonsdale
Avenue ear lime east.
Tba North Vancouver City Band returned on Thursday raorrng from Victoria where Ihey bae) been engaged to
dUv at the l'Jth of Julv celebration.
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BRIDGE MATTERS MOVING
North Shore Councils Both Endorse Agreement—Conference Next Tuesday.
Tho agreement between the V, W. i
V. Railway Company und Ihe Hun,-id
Inlet Tunnel und Hridge Company, adopted by Iho conference of all pan es
held last week, was laid lieforc ihe
cily council and the district council
respectively at their mooting last
night. The discussion in each intuitu,
was nf short duration, tho memberi o|
(he councils having had ample lime In
consider Iho agreement nnd to inform
themselves individually with reference
I herein. Each council passed u n solution ununimoiisly approving Ihengiue
nionl, thus removing absolutely (hi'
lasl remaining obslaile (o immediate
activity us for Ihe Norlh Shore municipalities.
The agreement will be considered In
Vuncouver cily council on Monday
evening and while il is likely to lie
siiliiniitiil lo close scrutiny by (hat
Hoard, (hero is no doubt tbut it will
receive ondorsution inusmuch as two
of the aldermen together with Mayor
Taylor, participated in the cnllferenco
al  which jl was adopted,
A second conference of Ihe companies and the municipalilies will In
held in Ilie cily hall, Vancouver, on
Tuesday afternoon next, nt which thu
favorable reports frnm Ihe rcS|>eo1ivo
councils will lie followed by such uc
lion as may bo rei|uirud iu hasten the
inception of building o|ieralions.
TEXT OF AGREEMENT BRIDGE
The following is the full text of Iho
ngreomenl   botween  the  V. W. k   V
Ry. Co. and Rurranl Inlet Tumid and
Hridge Company, us it was amcndisl
uud   uiliipiisl   ut the  conference with
iho   delegates    1)1    ill.'    nspiellic     llllllll
eipal   councils  on   Monday   of   Inis
week !
BETWEEN:
VANCOllVK.lt WESTMINSTER
AND YUKON RAILWAY COMPANY
incorporated by Private Act ol the
Dominion of Canada, being Chapter
87, I Edward VII.
of Ibe (Irs* part, and
BURRARD INLET TI'NNtl, AND
HltlDf IE COMPANY, incorporated hy
Private Act ol Ihe Dominion ol
Canada, being Chapter 711, nine and
ten, Edward VII
of Ihe second pert.
WHEREAS, tbe party of tbe first
part has filed location plane for tbe
construction of a railway bridge across
the Second Narrows of Burrard In -t
in Iho Province of British Columbia,
and said plans bavo been approved
and has applied for a renewal of Re
federal subsidy to aid in construction
of Iho same:
AND WHEREAS, Ihe perly of Ibe
second part has been incorporated wilb
powers to build a railway and Irstfic
bridge across ths ssid Second Nai
rowi, and has alto applied lor a fed*
era) aubeidy to aid in the construction
ol the tame, and it has been egr*
between the partiee hereto that on
bridge shall bs erected upon Ibe lermf'
and conditions hereinafter manlioued '
AND WHEREAS, Ibe party ol Ilu)
firsl part has ugiwd upon liciug an-
lb,11 i/ed by statute, lo transfer all its
rights to Iho said subsidy, lo Ibe pap
ly of Ihe second part, subject lo Iho
ternu and conditions herein contained
in order that the purly of Iho second
part may proceed immediately with
lbs mn .inn inin of ihe said bridge.
NOW THEREFORE THIS AUREI,-
MENT WITNESSETH, thai it is line
by ugrevd by and between the pariiot
lieiein as follows: .
I. Tht parly of tho lint part shall
proceed forthwith with its application
for a renewal of its federal subsidy
and for an iucreaso of Ihe same In
(VtiVi.issi lo aid in construction of s
railway bridge acrose Ibe Second Nur-
(Continual oa page 7)
Tuesday was a bousocioaning day al
Ihe Indian Reservation. Tho civic authorities had all foreigners or others
who had no business upon tbe reserve
removed. Bosidcs the caravan of gypsies aboul 1*1 men und women of various nationalities were turned .out.
The Iree tsbor and employment
agency recently established by lbs
Board ol Trade Is daily growing in
usefulness. During tbe pest week
Ihe agency has boon instrumental in
filling over thirty positions Employers throughout tbe city and municipal
ity are gradually taking adfenlsgeof
ils listings lo secure, for UiemseJ
vos the workmen or women wbkfc Ihey
■teed. In tbe afternoons MV. Hood,
manager of tbe bureau, ie feirly
swamped with innuiries re tho North
Shore from Um many sighlaeeri aad
prospective »vt«bori visiting North
Vancouvsr. j*
• I
Cily Council
A special seteiou of the city council
wat held last evening lor. tbe purpose
ol considering several important matters.
A report wat read from the city en-
gineer on tbe different lenders received
for the additional fi.lHKI feet pf steel
water pipe.
Aid. Dick, chairman of the water
committee, recommended that tha ten-
dor of Evans, Coleman k Evum ba accepted for Ihu pipe ns their tender wat
8 cent a per foot lower than Iheir next
competitor, and because of tbe fact
lhat thoy guaranteed delivery to the
North Vancouver wharf. The engbw
wae niil.nl to bring in a report "»'!'••
condition nf the old pipe and just
what wob tho immediate necessity (ot
Ihe construction of u now rosin.
The Local Improvement Consolidation llyluw for W3fi,oHo was read before tho open meeting.
Amdius Jarvis, tho city's usual
agent, in a lettor - stated lhat be
thought there was no doubt that Die
sale of tbo additional 111111,0(10 worth
oi city bonds could lie engineered hut
in viow of Iho i.s.ni market conditions did not think the sale eould
bn arranged in tiiuu for the November
delivery.
Thirty-eight local improvement ly-
lawn were given Iheir liud rending
and were patted.
Thu council passed a motion signifying ils approval of tho clnunt 1:) U|e
agreement between Hurrard Ini i Tunnel A Bridge Company and ibe V. W-
k Y. Railway approved ol by Ibo representatives of Iho municipalilies uud
ooinpiinioii concerned, nl n recent meeting held in Iho cily hall, Vancouvor.
SPECIAL BAND CONCERT
The roof garden of the Palace Hotel
will bo Ibe scene of a band concert of
special merit on Thursday evening,
July DOth. N. V; city band it working on an extra good program for lbs
evening, detuils of which will appear
later. The concert will begin at 8 p.
m-  All arc invited. Admission free.
Missus Agues and Etbulwiu Katb of
Chicago, aro visiting their sister, Miss
Hi .-ie    Keith,   camp   "Idle   Awhile,"
I' .plana.I.
Contractor II V. Tucker, who hat
charge of ihe I'u si slrect grading bat
Iw.. I..inn.bible loosing sleinn shovels
engaged upon the work which it well
umier way.
The Baplial services at Lynn Valley will in future be conducted by Rev.
A. .1. frosser of Ibo North Vancouver
Baptist church in whose care the work /
bus been recently placed. Service every
Sunday nl 3 p.m. in the "Institute
Hall" Church street.
Tlm district indies are taking
slops lo .le'iioi a peek ol dogs which
lune I mil destroying game and small
.I..im- .i n animals and fowls in ths vi-
unity ol Seymour Creek. Among tbe
depredations attributed lo this pack
are tho killing of several mountain
goats.
Many fishing partiee have of late angled in the streams near Norlh Vaacouver which huie in yeere gone by
been so prolific of trout and although
no large catches have been made ibis
season Ihis loci sftmiugly does not
dcler Ihe piscaloral enthusiasts from
prsclicing weekly the old motto "try,
try again."
BAND BOYS COMPLIMENTED
The Victoria Colonist of the )9tb
insl. contains a decided boost for tbe
boys of the North Vancouvor City
Bund wbo bad Ibe pleasure ul giving
concerts in Victoria on tbe I'JUi The
Colonist also speaks in tbs highiet
leruis of Bandmaster Chance, from former acquaintance wjicn he bold tbe
position- of violin soloist wilb Bar
Pot's orchestra of Vancouver.
BUSINESS CHANGES HANDS
Mr. F. T. Salsbury of this city
and Mr. J. Johnston of Cslgary
have purchased Ibe buidoees of Iht
■I. It. Prater Hardware Co. The
new owners wish to inform tbs
public lhat it will ba neceaaaryto
close lbs store for a few days in
order that a complete inventory
may be mad* oi tin low- &oe*
taking will Iw started %t aoon op
Saturday snd wHI be completed as
rapidly as possible. He new firm
etpeet lo be In readiness tot bwi
nmi not later lhat Tuesday, July
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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
KEALEJI TENDERS superscribed
"Tender for School, Lynn Vulley,"
will be received by Ihe Honorable the
Minister nf Public Works up to noon
of Thursday, the  27th   day  of July
1911,   for   tho   eieeliiill   illld   Olllliplcl ill|l
of a four-room timber-framed  srhnol-
llOUee, wilh cornicle bu..., men I. n|
Lynn Valley in Ihe Richmond Electoral District.
Plans, specifications, contract and
forms of tender may ho seen nn and
after the fith day of July, I'JII, at thr
offices of Mrs. E. J. Campbell, Secretary to llm School Hoard, North Vancouver ; the Government Agent, New
Westminstsr ; nnd the Department of
Public Works, Victoria.
Each proposal must he accompanied
by an accepted bank rhcpio or cert ili
cute of deposit on s, chartered haul, nl
Canada, mudo payable In tho Honor
able (he .Minister of Public Works, for
the sum of tflOO, which nli ill In for
foiled if Ihe parly tendering decline lo
entor into rontrnrt when called upon
to do eo, or if ho fail lo complete Ihe
work conlrneled (ur. Tho cheques or
certificates of deposit of unsuccessful
tenderers will lie returned to them upon the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unlets
mado oul on the forms supplied, sign
ed wilh Ihe actual eignuturo ol Ibo
lenderor, nnd enclosed in the enveloped
furnished.
The lowest or   uny lender nol   nee
eeearily accepted.
Department of Public Worke,
Victoria, II. ('., July 4th, 1011.
.1. E. GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer.
27-7
Notice to Contractors
Roadways, Curbs, Etc, Court Hnuse,
Vancouver
SEALED TENDERS euperscribed
"Toiul.'i for Roadways, Curbs, etc.,
Pew Court-house, Vancouvsr," will be
. rsostved by Iho Hon. the Minister of
Public Works up lo noon on Monduy,
)7th day ot July, 1011, tor lbs construction of Hotdways, Curbs, etc, ol
tbs new Court-house, Vuncouver.
Plsns, s|weifieulions, cnntrart and
forms of lender may Iw seen at Ihe
offices of Meesrs. Dalton k Evdeigh,
architects, Davis, Chambers, Vancouvar, and the Depnrlmsnt of Public
Works, Victoria.
Ilie .firm whose louder is accepted
Will have lo ileposil wilb their fender
an accepted hank cheque or certificate
of deposit on a chartered frank of (nn
ads, made payable to Ihe Honorable
tlie Minister of Public Works, tor a
sum equal lo ten per cent, of Iho
amount of their tender, within Ihreo
days of notification of acceptance of
tender.
Tenders will not be considered unlet*
made) out on tbs forms supplied, sign-
ad with the actual signature of tlie
tenderer, and enclosed in tbe •»v*'-
opes furnished.
Tha lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted,
-sf. V.. GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer,
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, 0. C, K)tb June, IUI. 17-7
LOCAL INDUSTRY
SHOWS ENTERPRISE
Seymour Lumber (Company Completes Costly Undertaking.
For some months past the Seymour
Lumber Company has In. n engaged in
carrying nut u project for the purpne-
of rendering areessihle n berth of choice
limber which has entailed very large
sipandituFSs. The timlsr sertion iu
question is situated on the high altitude- of llui mountain num.dun. k
north of lire oily anil in Ordar lo gel
the timber out Ihe Company has 0011
ll runted u nmd from Iho mill on lOlh
in.1 right to the summit of Ihe
mountain. Tuesday aflernnon, at the
invitation uf Mr. A. R. Diploek. managing director of Ihe company, an automobile trip was taken a Imi this
roadway by several ni> mbers of the
Hoard of Ho..1..1 of the Company,
the district council, local I .ml managers and others. Ihe parly followed
Ihe new road for i<s lull I. n 11, Ir.im n
point east of Ihe mill 011 IO1I1 street,
through ibslricl hits 616, 2026, 700,
.--I, M'l und Tii'i Ail the memberi of
the party woi* imlsjiiikcn in then (a
1 limbic comment upon the sulistaiitiul
nature of the work. The mud consists
tin..ugh.mt of a twelve foot plunk
luminal    laid    upon    strongly   con
structed fiiiiudutiuns. The right of
way has been cleared in a thorough
going manner and ut u gnut deil ol
expense, because nut only was the
charing itself heavy bill in many in-
.rum n- exleiisivo excavations havo
hnui neoomury in order lo lessen the
grade us well as "fills" lo overcome
depressions. Tho members of the parly were surprised, especially at the
quality of Ihe lumber used for the
plunking in the road. Magnificent lir
lumber in many instances 1ighlo.11 inches wide and Ihroo inches thick, a
grout deal of it absolutely in In mi a
Haw and lit for Ihe highest grade
il....inn and other lumber, has been
used for Iho roadbed. Ihis is particularly ths case Inward 1 Iho northern
end of th.- road. 'Iho total cost ol
Ihis undertaking is givni al £11,01)0
and the length of the road is three
and one hull miles.
Hie original intention of the Com
pain was In bring oul the lumi er in
logs drawn upon trucks along this
roadway, but alterations were made
later and a portable niMilill is now
at work al Ihe summit of the mountain, the rough sawn luinlar being
In,nli.I down Ihe hill lo Ihe mill for
siring nnd finishing. Ihe plant nt the
mountain top will lie yet further en
largcd by the addition of "In.
slirkers, etc., to thai Ihe sizing will
likewise Ih' iIoiig right on the groin d
ihu lumbal being then convoyed (q tin
mill on lOlh street for drying and lin
billing.
The supply of limber in Iho new
berth is sufficient to keep the plant
running al full blast for at least three
years. The quality of Iho timber is
unsurpassed and a steady supply ol
lumber of Iho very highest grade is
ensured from tho m.u min nt fir and
cedar trees in Ihe midst of which Ihe
pi.'i.i  is now al work.
While buill primarily as a roadway
for lumbering purposes this roadway
will prove a honn lo many property owners in Ihe district lot.
through which il passes as well
as those adjacent thereto, by affording them ready access to their property. The ulisi.iiiii.il manner in
which Iho road has been constructed
renders it such us In Compare favorably wilh any similar roads throughout the district or elsewhere and tbo
Company is to lie highly commended
for ihe enterprising manner in which
they havo carried out tho project in
Ihe face of unexpected ditlieiiKies and
ol large expenditures.
Soymour l.umlier Company runks us
one of (ho foremost industrial concerns
ol the North Shore, having on ilsn-
md.11 pay mil a total of ninety-six
men at tho nnlf and in the timber
berths. In viow nf the summit of
thit nm.mt.nn buying been randerod
In easily accessible through tho energetic policy nnd the )ierseveranoe of
the manager of tire Company, it bus
boon suggested lhat Ihis mountain at
.vi uii named shall be known us Dip-
lock Mountain.
TENDERS WANTED
■SEALED TENDERS marked 'Tender for grading" will be received by
the Cily Clerk of the Cily of Noil I.
Vancouver, up lo 12 o'clock noon on
Monduy, Ihe 17lh day of July, I'JII,
for grading Lonsdale Avenue nnd
Qimeiislniri Avenue, including to tlm
plnns. profiles, cross seel ions nnil s|s-
rifienlions, prepared by the 1 ill 111
gineer. The streets to be grided arc
as follows :
Lonsdale Avrnue from Ihe water
front lo the south side of I p|ier Keith
Hoad.
I on-dale Avenue from south side of
I pi" 1 Keith Rosd, lo tho south side
of Idlli street.
lomdale Avenue from south side of
ITti h slreei lo ihe north side of litth
itreet.
Lonsdale Amine from Ihe north side
of loth street to lbs City Limits.
ijiiis'iisliuii' Avenue from Unl stieet
lo 20th street, niong 20lh to Sutherland Avenue, along Sulhorland Avrnue
lo Lynn Valley Road, along Lynn
Valley Road to Cilv limits.
Tenders will also be recrlvcd by the
Cily Clerk up to 12 o'clock noon on
Monday, Ihe 1','tb day of duly, for
const 1 mt ing sanitary sewon in the
Isnes at Ihe rear of Lonsdale Avenue,
according (0 plnns, profiles and specifications prepared by tbe Cily Engin
eer.
The seweri to lis must 1 net.d are as
follows:
A sanitary sewer with lot connections, in the lane west of Lonadale
Avenue from Ibe waterfront to fith
nl i.-l.
A sanitary sewer with lot connections ia the lane east of Unadale
Avenue from the weterfront to (th
street.
All tenders for the above auotionssf
work nasi be made on forme supplied
by Um City Engineer,
m-ea>fmma
A cheque for fi per cent, of ths
amount of Ilie Tender must accompany each and every Tender.
A bond of 2A per cent, of the value
of the eonlruct will be required.
Separate Tenders must lie mudo for
ouch woii alioie men!limed.
The lowest or uny louder not necessarily aoocplod,
liEOIUIE 8, HANKS,
City Engineer.
City Lngiiitw'i Office,
North Vuncouver,
July 7th, mn. H-7
Notice to Contractor*
SEALED TENDERS on Ihe pro
scribed forms und uccoMpanieii by cor
nil. J cheque or rush for fi pi 1 cont.ol
nm.mul of lender (which sum shall be
lelniiiod as a guarantee for Ibe sails
factory completion of Ihe work accord
ing lo -pe. iliculion) will ho 1. eeiied by
Ihe Municipal Clerk until 8 p.m. on
Thursday, July 20, lull, for Ihe (nl
lowing work :
Clearing, grubbing and grading nf
Dudley Roud, D. L. WO. -
Clearing, grubbing and grading por
lion of Maodoiiiilil Avo. on east tide
II. L. fi».
Clearing, grubbing and grading road
in block, I, II. I,. 2023.
All in accordance wilh. specification
and plans to he seen nt this office.
Ths lowest or any tender not usees
parity accepted.
JOHN H. C0S(;R0VE,
Ibslricl Engineer,   [ft-/
) A II  NTS
!X"nTm'
NOTICE TO INSLRANCE AGENTS
Insurance Agentt aro invited lo
quote Insurunco Rulet on horses belonging (0 tho various departments ol
ths cily as follows:
Mould ol Works, 2 horsos.    ,
Ileal ill,   2   horSOS.
Fire,  I horses. ,
Parks, 1 lun so.
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
Cily Clerk. R-7
TAXES
TAKE NOTICE that Ibe date lor
expiry of rebate on I uses has been extended to, SEPTEMIil'.R 10th, 1911.
All persons who pay the annual taxes
levied-^fl lands on or before September lOlh next will bo entitled tn a discount ol nncsiiih off Ihe general
rate.
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
City Clerk. tl
VICTORIA ROOMS
Nsw Horns Hlock, Lonsdale Avenue,
one-half block from ferry landing. Modern Ibroughout, everything new. All
outside roo»s, overlooking Inlet. Mri.
E. L, Endl, Proprietress. 111-7
At Home Cards
Ball Programs
Business Cards .*
Blotters
Bill Heads
Catalogues
Cotton Signs
Delivery Receipts
Envelopes
Handm
Invitation Cards
Letter Heads
Magazines
Post Cards
Price Lists
Posters
Shipping Tags
Statements
Visiting Cards
Wedding Invitations
.1
1
North Shore
Phone 80
119 FIRST STREET EAST hewn
-m
i
1
BOECKH'S
100
Ar» 8Rar»iits(ifJ.ai}aiaii imp»rfeptjoii8
which, in poorly made jjoqiU cause ,nn<cli
worry anq ineonveiiieiipe to thr* bmw-
ItoWpfr    •
"ITEIL GRIP"
Pdlnt and Varniih Bru«hei
Will d» lirst class work ami will not
"   sited the bristles.
i mui v nn,     m ■■   =
m."i ,rn,e
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
North Vancouvar Hardware Store
104 ESPUNADE        NEXT TO POST OFPICE
LOTS IN BAYV1EW
D. L 621 & 2075 on Keith Road,
a short distance west of the Imperial Car Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Co.'a properly. $300 and $325 each~$20 cash,
balance easy terms. These lots command an uninterrupted
view ol three miles of Burrard Inlet. Good soil and level.
Call or write for descriptive pamphlet.
S. F. MUNSON
333 Pender St W.
Phone Seymour 5654
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY FERRIES. LIMITED
. TIME TABLE
TAKING  EFFECT  MAY  FIRST,  1911
Ijjbvs Vaacouver 6.30 a.m. aad
thereafter every 30 minutes until
7.00 p.m. Oommeociag 7.30 p.m.
every 90 minutes Until 11.30 p.m.
thereafter 13.15 and 1.00 a.m.
WEEK DAYS
Leave Noilh Vanoouver 6.00 a.m.
and 'tliereiiltit every 30 minutes until 7.00 p.m. Commencing i.3Q p.
in. every 30 minutes until I UK) p.
in. thereafter 11.16 aad 13.16 a.m.
SUNDAYS
Uave  Vsncouver 7:10,  6.30 and
0.00 thereafter same as weekdays.
Leave North Vancouver 7.30, 6.00
and 6.10, thereafter same as week-
days.
1'ASSENfiEli BATES
Single fare 6c, 6 for 36c, 30 for II, 70 for 13.
A- Lumber Wagons, trucks aud
drays, 76c return.
II—3 hrree sspreee carriages and
backs, 60o return.
0-1 bursa espress bugglce aud
an 11 is,  36o return.
VEHICLE BATES
■ I.DIM,     4.1V    l.l«IU. WIIJIII1
Time-table subject to change without notice.
Company not liable for delays, accidental c
All tho above rates include driver. Kalis A and II subject to ■*<)
por cent, discount in lots of 60.
FBEIGHT TABIFF
Per 100 lbs. rate, 6c.
Minimum rate, Ido.
uunl nun,-.-.
accidental or otherwise.
WW
Kara Reed Organ (Co«t$i60) - - $80
Decker & Son Piano (o»t $750) - $100
Valuable Old Violincello   -   •   -   $100
Theie instruments can be purchased on easy payments.   They
ire in perfect condition and are genuine bargains.
=====
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••new
Warburnitz Piano House, Limited
mtmmKytm   ■     ■     ■    ft*. 114
ERINDALL D. L. 622
Bitwtn propo,«d SECOND NARROWS BRIDGE     '
aaiWOtDi AIM MflDCEw Keith Roai
FIFTY FOOT LOTS, $330 5212
GRADED ROAD TO EVEBV U)T
Water and telephone service is being put into district now and
routs has been surveyed for carline.
D. MatLURG
Me PENDER STREET      VANCOUVER, ft C.
TAKE NOTICE
mmmMa-mwmmi
THAT tha Civic Information lad Labor Buraau ia now
open lor Ilia Convenient: > ol Employera and Employee*.
Employer* ara requested to take advantage ol the Office
when requiring help. ,
PboMsai
A
W. B. HOOD, Secretary,
14 Lonadale Avenue,
Norlh Vancouver.
teymmWj PMpVWf v'W Wmwwt WmTWm
An. (Wlfpii«' thi mm flpwiiw
fo pFRdtfee forest, firm, by whleh |o
data the eitjeene of British Columbia
have tolt probably «ft,000(IKW, lest
year (Mine tbs dircpt, lose and orat nf
proteption aggregated W.lllfl, shop*
that next to ciirelessnuse with camp-
Ores, sinii|arly criroinel oafe|pssjieae Ir
the o|ieration of donkey engines in logging en rape is largely responsible lor
tile y»tt\y wnree than waste. In eon-
iieeliiui  with fbis parlieuhir phiiHii   nl
the lamentable carelessness which ba's
proven and is proving an expensive to
'ba .people ol Hrilish Columbia, it
Would )n we|| indefd lor everyone  '"
aw way identified Yitii tba biwberlng
industry to note just what theilegally
prescribed regulations are which govern tbe operation ol donkey engines
in logging camps. These read as
follow*!
Aay person OF permits using or operating a donkey engine in connection
with logging operations shall see that
all brush and inflammable matter is
romoved for a space of not less than
fifty (60) feet on all sides thereof:     '
There ahull be available at each don
key engine in use during the dry season a supply of water of not less
than four hundred (-100) gallons, Hiieh
amount to be obtainable at all times:
therein; together with twelve (12)
large galvanized-irnn buckets to be
kept i-Mihisively for fire protection
purpoecs, and in a convenient position
therefor ;
There shall also be available and
kept enlely for fire proteetion purposes
six (fi) good shovels and three (3)
good mattocks and located in a suitable position therefor;
In addition In the above, there shall
Im available at such donkey engine a
suitable band pump to be maintained in good working order and in readiness lor an emergency.
It shall be Ihe duty of tho owner or
ii|icriiii)i of each doiikey engine to
maintain a watchman in tli vicinl|\
thereof during such lime ns the same
is under fire and there is any possibility of firo spreading from such cn
gine.
A spark arrester shall be plana n.t
the lop of the smoke sties of each
donkey engine. The arrester i.inll be
construct ed with a good strong sleel
nr iron frame firmly fastenfd to the
top of Ihe si mi. The ii'n shall be
close enough together lo prevent • tin
wire from falling in nr eolhptlug, Ihe
cover of tho arroslcr eholl be »ov.;n
wire of a dimension of not lost limn
No. 16 H.ll.tl., having twenty - live
squares to the square inch in .mesh.
The lop nf Iho arroslcr to ho not loss
than throe limes Iho area of the top
ol Iho smoke stack and at least
eighteen inches obnvs Iho top thereof.
Attention to (hose common senso
rules end their rigid observance will
go far toward at least reducing materially Iho annual forest firo waste.
STORY OF THE HANK OF
POUND
There is much lhat is romantic in
the history of the Hank of England.
Had it not lieen for a clever director the bank would have probably
suffered a fatal reverse  about   a con-
a ry ago. A panic occurred umonb
the bank-note holders, and spread Ip
an alarming extent almost before tbo
bank people became aware ot what
Was going nn. One morning just after
th" Opening of the bank, nn angry mul
excited crowd thronged the slr.ot demanding cash for (heir nolcs. 'l*ro
was, it is said, actually 'hnilil" the
money,in notes in the lunch) nl tjiat
mob than Ihere was gold in ti u coffers of the Institution, a eirciinulaare
lhat naturally enough, presented a
predjenment of a bod sort. Gold must
be got for every claimant, and limi
would tabs time, llm dilator* sent
employee* with notes inin Iho cowd,
whose cloims were met first, eoch being paid in sixpence und shillings.
Many men walked away wilh sacks of
shillings over Iheir backs, sutisliod,
and the lime gained hy Ibis method ol
paymonl saved tbe bank, every claim
being paid.
jig WESTMINSTER LAND IMS-.
THIIT-IHelricl ol New Westminster.
Take notice thai Eliot A. Haswoll of
Vancouver, occupation, broker, intends
to apply for permieelon io purchase
Ibe following described lands : About
'200 acres commencing at a post planted on Ibo northenel corner of Lot,
1671, thence east 26 chains, thence
north SO chains, ihence west 6 chains,
more or less to shore of Horse Shun
Lake, thence in a eoutb and westerly
course around shore ol lake to North
east corner of Lot 1673, thence south
ip  chains, more nr fens, to point ol
riinilileiici'lni'lil
(Sgd.)      ELIOT A. BASWEld,
done m, iffI-   ,', "-9
NEW WESTMINSTER BAND DIS-
TM!f-I)istrict of New Westminster,
take notice that Joseph C. Dockerill,
of Vancouver, occupation, government
official, inlands to apply for Dermis-
sion to purchase tbe following described |onde : |60 acres ef>p>weneing ot a
post planted on the south west, corner pi Lot 2622, thence south 10
chains, llience east 40 chains, Ounce
north 40. chain* io south boundary of
fat !>S22, thenoo wost ft) chains more
or lees, along said boundary to point
mWfmc.wommih.
jfrnMhlM- >m>,
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ALV0 von ALVENSLEBEN, LTD.
REAL El$TATI| AQEN19 •■•"
FINANCIAL BROKER*
Wo liuvu a large list of properties for gale in the City and Municipality
of "NOBTH VANCOUVEB open for inspection of intending purolituers
Branch OffJcei 4 Lonadale Ave*    W>Qt Am,er¥.^.r
THE HOME FURNISHERS
FURNITURE
for everybody.
Carpet Squares
and Rugs.
We have just
received a
complete line
nf Imported
Linoleum!
and
Oilcloths
Prices right
Special Attention given to
Window Shades,
Curtain Rods, etc.
. I,   X
128 Lonsdale Avenue
andd
a
your curtolns
d draperies by wintf
rpefiwecper
DINING CHAIRS
AND TABLES
Buffets, Sideboards
and Dressers
Try our
All-felt
Mattress
Pillows
and
Blankets
II you intend making- your home
in North Vancouver sse us.
We also carry a full
line of Crockery.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
North Yancouver Business Cards
ARCHITECTS
A. S. W. Mackay     J. M. Mackay
Auoc.M.lwl.C.E.
Architects and Civil Engineers
lialfour-Ker Block
NORTH VANCOUVER
A. CAMPBELL HOPE
C. A. CAI..
ARCHITECT and ENGINEER
I'lione nW> Vuncouver.
l'bono R1I2 Norlh Vuncouver   .
mlwArds and POOI,
PLAY POOL
AT HAMMOND'S
FIRST WEST
Finest tables anil cues Ia tlio Cily
BLACKSMITHS
R. H. TARN
Pioneer Horscshoer — Carriage Works
FIR8T STREET WEST k I.ONSDALE
CONFECTIONERY
The Palm Confectionery
Stationery, Confectionery, Ice Cream,
Soft Drinks, Fountain Drinks, Tobacco
I.igbt Luncbee, Fruit
R. C. DUCOMMUN k SON
Lonsdale and 61b Phone 313
CONTRACTORS
Tlie Now Block on Lonsdale Avenue
ni'iii   tbo Ferry Approach
iww[>m ,.-, "*• built by
SMITH BROtfcER*.,.
General Contractors
NORTH VANCOUVER
WM. MORRIS
PRACTICAL FIREPUCE
AND CHIMNEY BUILDER
Pressed Brick Mantles a Specially.     Phoue 1,112
CIVIL ENGINEERS
BOOKS flfl) STATIONERY
THE LEONARD-SALE CO.
I
Booksellers aad S^Wf'
Cor. Lonsdale and 1st.       Phone 143
NPRP VANCOUVEB
BARBERS
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Barber Stop and Bathi
Right up-to-date in every particular.
Try us and be convinced.
BLUEPRINT*
F. V. Sharp, Stud. S. I., Stud.
Inst. Mun. Eng. Etc., Arcbt. and Cjvil
Engineer, plane, elevations sections,
reports, specifications, estimates, otc.
foi all classes of wort;, Tracings, Blue
Prints, Map Mounting. 197 Lower
RffW ftfV.TT* r^tT1! r     * t*"*t¥f i*;   -^ **
Angus J. Cameron
A.M.LE. k 8.
CIVIL ENGINEER
Irrigation, drainage, levele, plans
and specifications. Septic tanks and
bouse drainage a specialty. F. 0.
Boa 341, 16lli street west of Bewicks
Avenue.
FISH DEAL
ER^
THE   NORTH   VANCOUVER   FISH
AND PBOWICK 00.
Fresh sad Smoked Fish
live and Dressed Poultry
Vegetables Delivery twin daily
Phone 240 —1% first Street
ICE PEAIER8
PHOTOGRAPHERS
CARBUTT
Studio  over  Bank   B. N. A.
Lonsdale and Esplsnsdo
SAWFILERS
DONALD DOWIE
Saw Filer aud Grinder. All kinds ol
band, cross cut and buck saws let
and IiIhI at shortest mil ice. II I onl
Jiili' Avenue, North Vancouver.
\
TAILORS
E. I-AURIN
High-class Ladies' and Usui's Tailoring
KEITH HI j K'K, FIRST STREET
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
Madera Tailori tu Renovator/
307 l,,n..l„l,. Avsaut
Cleaning,   Pressing,   Dyeing,   Alining
Ws   use   tbe   French   Dry   Clsmdlg
Proeees Phone illi
NOBTH VANCOUVER
JOHN LINDEN
TAILOR
Ladies' and Gent's Suits to Order
from 136.00 and 196.00 rcspectivsty
Phone m        I Aiisdab Car, 16th at.
NOBTH VANCOUVER
TEACHBRSJMuaic)
SAM. T. SUHON
TEACHBB OF FIANO and THEOBV
Specialty: Ofaildrea'i Lessons stown
borne. Terms, sto., apply Gsneral
Dsllvary.
mm m cof
fholaaalers and IWaileri ,j Pure loo
Ptetm
let (or (eU&iajy um
9AT Vm JU BOOMS
Phone 836     W9PM, AVENUB
WATCH  REPAIRING
b your watch etoppiag or goiag Irrs-
guisriyr Has
A. I HOOD
th North Vsaoouver jEife^
am! oUmmw JmmILt
WIRT   PI  "IW"    rTetanmiiW}
MhoiJwiwl$ m-vtnm
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THE  EXPRESS
NfPRTH VAMCOlfVKR
B. C,
ihblisbet) Tfieaifya mi Fridnyi by Nprth Pho»I Ph*6s, limit«i>
Geo. H. Mokhen, Editor and Manager,
KiTSS Of SOftlOtHPTlOlf
One year, ||.00 Bl* monthi, BOo,        V      Three monthe, 86c
United States and Foreign, 11.60 par year
Advertising Hates will be flunted on application.
Tba EiprtiHH is devoted to the intereeta of tha north Shore of Burrard Inlet
aieluaively. It constitute) an advertising medium of exceptional value lor
reaching iu a thorough and effective manner the population of North Vancouver
0|ty and District. Every effort le made to give advertiser) tha most satisfactory
service.
All changes In contract advertisement) should lie in tbe printer)' hand) not
later than Kin.in. Monday and 6 p.m. Wednesday to ensure insertion ia the
following iuue.
North Vancouver,   B, C.
|in.v   14   njii
HARBOR BOARD OF CONTROL
The i|iiiiHlion as to what provision
should be made for the proper superintendence and control of harbor mailers iiiTiiiinini:  to lliiinii'l Inlet has
again been brought definitely to the
nl imi imi nf the It.ij.t.Is ot Trade hy
the action nf Norlh Vuncouver Hum.I
ol Traili' in proposing that the limn
ininn Government be requested to up-
point a commission of harbor experts
to investigate all matters pertaining
1 tn the development, control and equipment nf the hurhor and to make recommendations with regard thereto.
. The discussion which has thus fur
proceeded lietwecn Ihe two hoards him
mads the fact quite clear lhat the pie
sent provisions are considered altoge
Hut imperfect and Inadequate and fur
I her that the need is urgeni Ibal
sums well devised uml comprehensive
scheme of hurhor control he iiiiinm.r
nidi at Iht earliest possible date.
The proposition llint u Hoard of
Harbor Couiinissinners on similar lines
to those now existing iu ilmitre.il,
Toronto, iju.'li..- ami other eastern
harbors he established was before the
local Hoards of Trade and Municipal
Councils about two years ago and did
not prevail. Without in uny way seeking to again raise that issue the pre*
cut movement aims ul calling attention to tbs fact lhat the rejecti.in ul
Hint propbailloa bus not disposed ol
Ihs real problem, but has left 1 In mutter just where il wus before thul u, 1
talion arose. The original problem
yet remains intact und is becoming
mors and more pressing for solution
us lime -I.i|. > .
As matter) exist nt preuenl ,!>.. harbor of Hurrard Inlet is being allow nl
lo grow somewhat along the lines of
ths training of Topsy iu Uncle loin's
•Cabin who "jusl growed." There is
no doubt whatever about tbe growing
part ot the proposition, bill it is not
customary uiiyyhere in relation lo
valuuble interests of either u public nl
n private nature, that conditions
should he allowed lo obtain under
which it cun lm said relative Ll lliu
development of those inturoete (but
things "jusl happen." Such u pro
cess is unjustifiable in the lust degree
with respect lo the hurhor of llurrui.l
Inlet, but it has, uevertlieless, Inxii al
lowed to go on lo such an extent us
lo well nigh constitute " reproach
upon the intelligence of those organi-
/nti.ii. ■ which In.iilJ have, interested themselves in the mailer aud
through whose ugency some scheme for
guiding thai development along uniform uud well defined linm ami under
the direction of some wulrul authority
should huve been established. '
Conceding the position arrived ul in
tht discussion of two years ago,
namely, that it is not udvisuble that
a Board bs constituted with a viow to
expropriating all tht private 1 i.t.-i.--t
along the foreshore and developing
and eipiiping the entire harbor a) an
exclusive federal project, Ihe question
still remains whether there should not
be established somo sort of local
Hoard wilh power to make and enforce
regulation) in conformity with which
all private enterprises along Ihe lore
short shall be prosecuted.
As pointed oul at the recent conference botween coromitiuee of the Boards
ot Trade by Mr. Alexander Philip,
president ol Ihe local Board, I here are
only four" gttjeral methods, one of
wbicb must be followed in the grontb
and dsMtopmeot of this harbor, nam*
ly, £rst tbs constitution of a Board
ol Harbor Commissioners with Witt-
sMioted powers a* wterrsd to above,
second, municipal .ownership, third,
private ownership ae at present or
fourth, a combination ol numbirsoie
and litres hy the eetablisbment ol «
resident Hoard nf Control with re-
etrlcted powers, having control of harbor administration under whose liitec-
lion tho privatt interests shull operate and whose further duty it shall
bl to supplement wherever ud/isab'e,
the undertakings ol Ihe private owner),
Ths concensus ol opinion at Ihe re
cent I'niiliT.'iii'ii appeared to lean de
■nl.ill, Inward ths plan last outlined
and ilu ij iipprui ' to lie a fair probability that some notion of a definite
niitiiiii will result us the movement
progresses.
The praclicul completion of ull items
preliminary to the actual construction
of Second Narrows bridge, which has
now been accomplished, gives the
North .Shore a vital interest in all
mutters p..11.11111111: lo ths development
and control of Hurrard Inlel as a harbor. The North Shore litoral, given
the direct trunecontinenlnl railway
connection by mcuna oi several competing lines, which the construction of
the hridge will provide, lakes to itself
a relative importance with respect to
this harbor which is second to tbut of
the south -Inn.- only in Ibo fact that
the south shore has been uvuilable
several veals in udvauee of the North
Shore.     While   pi iiiiiii ilv   giving    the
south   li 11 certain advuntuge,   tbe
ultimate .ll.'i of Ihis fact will prob-
uhlv work In Ihe great udvautugs of
the Norlh Shore inasmuch as the de
velnpiiieiii of the latter ran lie direct-
11I along heller lines in view ol Ibe
greater knowledge of tho real importance und the future requirements of
Hun 111.1 Inlet. In consideration of
the fuel lhat the reul development of
the North Shore of the harbor is juet
aboul 10 begin, il would lie greatly to
the udvunlage ol North Vancouver
lliul some .l.iii.iti scheme of harbor
control should Im- .-1.1I.I1 lu.l from the
Inception ol lhat development; ths
movement inaugurated by the local
Hoard of Trade is, therefore, very opportune, mid il is lo lie hoped that
langihlc results may follow.
New Harness Shop
A BRANCH Of fp VANCOUVER
UN- OOAIi AND SUPPLY CO., COR.
ESPUNAP AND St. (lEORGJrl)
AVE, A PULL STOCK OP FIRST-
CLASS HARNESS AND HORSE FITTINGS WILL RE CARRIED. A
SPECIALTY WILL BE MADfc Ol
REPAIR WORK. PRICES WILL Bl
THE SAME AS THOSE IN VANCOU
VER.
Vancouver Harness Co,
PHONE W
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co,
Wharf: Cnr. St. Osorge's and Esplanade. Office: Iiii Lonsdale. Avenue,
Whert Phone 101.   Office Phone 108
COAL MERCHANTS
Dealers in ull kind) ol Building Material, Sand, Oravsl, Cemsnt, Lime
Brick (common and preeeed), Fire
Bricks, Fire Clay, Plaater, Fibre, Fleeter nf Paris, Lath, Sbinglee, Drain
Pipe, Tile.
Dumeetic and Dlacksmith Coal.
Prompt delivery a specialty.
Purse & Galloway
BUILDING CONTRACTORS
Rrick and Concrete Work
Houses,  Bungnlnws,   Etc. a Specialty
Plans submitted.   Estimates
Cor. Keith Komi and Ilnulevard
NORTH  VANCOUVER
H. D. RUGGLES
BARRISTER
NOTARY PUBLIC
I'ii r.ih Street East North Vancoaver
Phone 371
City
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Sewerage
BBR
System
House Connections
Notiu to Property Ownen
of North Vancouver
TIIKOSOPHICAL  SOCIETY
The Theosophical Society meete in
North Vuncouver tn Room t, 67 Lous-
dale Avenue litMrance nell IO Wil-
come Parlor) every Weducedsy evieing
at H o'clock. Attendance is entirely
tree and carries no obligations *bul-
ever. You are iatviud. Ibcosopliifal
study and ipieetione.
All new bouaca ahould be piped (or gas Id order to aava tb*
heavy expenditure for thia con
venlntce at a later data.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT k
POWER CO., LIMITED.
in M VIA"
ytUMINCI
As the main drainuge system is approaching completion we lieg to notify
pi.ipi-ily owners thai we are making
arrangements to undertake the sewer
eoBBSCtione on the various private
properties at a reasonable cost lo all
those who desire to avail themselves
of early drainage facilities. Having
carried out Ihe main drainage system
tor the cily council and having the
necessary plant nfid skilled labor
available we uie in an oreptionally
fuvoruble position to carry out the
private house drainage al a moderate
■ "-I to' property owners ami we shall
lie pltvasod to furnish estimates nnd
plane if necessary to carrying mil ihis
most essential work in accordance with
tbe city regulations and on most up-
Indole principles of modern units-
lion: .^
MacdonellGzowski&Co.
Offito:
Second St. and Mahon Avt.
Phone 279
N.V.W00DYARD
10/MO cords of dry fir wood "for quick
sals.  Pries per odd cords $4.60.
Special Quotations (or larger quantities.
Cut Wood-I( inched 13.00, 13 inches
tt.36.
a 0. d.
Offic eiaeVars.
SECOND wd IT, PATRICK
Phone 1(0 P. 0. Bo» lit
An Ideal Homeiite on Keith Road
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.e .'i ' '
Corner o( Ridge w»y Avenue, guttled snd
fenwd, priea only J3QQ0; cash $1000,
balance to arrange.
ELDER MURRAY CO.. UlHTED
.-t.-.1.-1  JU..
North Vancouver, B, C,
' '
SEE THAT DOUBLE CORNER
^—r—i  i .1
Lots land a, Block ;n 6, D. l.3^
ipo feet on Keith Road |)y 140 (pet on St. Andrews Avenue
(Keith Hoad is 160 feet wills)
Truly it ia a splendid location for a home or an ideal
lite for an apartment home.
.-        The Price ii only $4,500..      a    ..
I ■ (M cunts per square ft.)
flip caih and the balance in six, twelve, eighteen months
Exclusive Agents
Canadian Financiers,
Limited
Real Estate, Insurance-Fire, Life,
Accident-Kenls Collected
Bank of Hamilton Building
93 Lonsdale Avenue
liKNEST  EBBAGE, Local Manager
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THIRTEENTH STREET.
Good 50 ft. Ut. First block from car line, all cleared.
A snap at |650 cash or $750, 1-3 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
NORTH LONSDALE
" 100x132 feet. East of Lonsdale Avenue. $950.
1-4 cash, balance 6,12 and 18 months. This is a fine
homesite.
C. E. LAWSON & CO.
15 LONSDALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVER
Phone 70- -R O. Box 97
CampbelfRealty & Investment Co.
FOR SAI.K—fi-niom house uu ('lies-
terlielii Ave. New, all modern, i'rice
¥1,2041.  Easy terms.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
TELEPHONE Hq. P. O. BOX 114
J       'J> - .— 11 1 LI
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE I!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd.
(UM4DON, EMOUND)
ASSETS! $94,900,000
Bole Af cut
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC.      16 LONSDALE AVENUE
A|rt«i.nl< and Contract, drawn
at) svery description
Phone 157
GeoersJ
Conrsrancini.
LYNN VALLEY
One acre block on macadamized road,  will make
a splendid homesite.
I'rice only |800 on easy terms.
THE NORTH VANCOUVER TRUST
CO., LTD.
Real   lisfate and  Financial Agents.
Agreements of Hals discounted.
219 Lonsdale Avenue Telephone 44
PALACE HOTEL
Ratsc   fi.oo  per   and   up.   Special rates to families
and   to regular   hoarders.   ,   .   .  '.	
finest Roof Garden on Pacific Coot
REDA 6 ANDRUSS
MOPHIITOM
Sacotto 8mn.  •      •  •  WORTH VANCOUVER. 3. C.
Etceptionsl Lynn VftUff $m>lm
WO Clash and lift per month win .
.   ■prchsae a/' lot- MM), bglf-mile
■' from far line and ,v»w Frommo
Boarf. 1'rjce pftjy tain.
%m Cash and bblante by aa«y jn-:
stiiinieiits will purchase, a gpp'l-
i double corner. Rrlpe only »W-
bouuwap resident
$840 Hash and balance by iwtalmciilii.
,, to lie arranged fnr good nwii
room duelling liouse with hindein
conveniences, fronting the '-Irapd
jlonWard, N. lonadale, ont block',
Irom the im line, triea, oply HI,- ■''
WO, adjoining 50 It. lot all .ileur-
ed lor 8IMI additional.
ALEXANDER PHILir
Insurance and Financial Agent
. (Hub Block, Esplenade.Phone 10
JAY & CO.
BUILDERS
Plans prepared and Estimates given.
Office I 1407 llominios Trust Hldg.
Vancouver.
Phone 2497
Residence, 153 Eighth Avt. K.
North Vanoouver.
COAST DISTRICT, RANGE 1
TAKE NOTICE that W. B. Vnugh-
an, ;Tii|n iinii'iiil.iii, intends io npply
for permissiou lo purcliuso the follnw-
ing .I. 11 il- ',1 I..ini.;: CommeQOing nt a
post plunted B0 cbuins west of the
Northeast corner of lm 'i-'.i, ihence'JO
chains west, thence ->.u'J i-li.iin.- nn'ili
thonce   20 chains   east,   th.-ncn   'J8.09
chains   south   to place  of -■ ™	
imiii. '
W. B. VAI (11IAN.
Dated April IHili, 1011. 12-7
COAST DISTRICT, RANCE 1
TAKE NOTICE that the Vancouver
Timber k Trailing Company, l.imiial,
intends lo apply for permission to
purrhiLSi' ihu following dcs.ril ol Innils:
('.iiium in-ill.' at u pust i-i ni'sl nt Ibe
Northwest corner ol Lot 735, thence
running south 'JO cbuins, tb.m-e wist
80 chains, thence (forth 88.09 li in.
Ihence east B0 chains, Ihence rui'lli
8.09 cbuins lo place of coiuuicnccmnt.
VANCOUVER TJMBER k i'BAD-
IN(! CO. I/ID., -
W. B. VAt'tiilAN, Agsiit.
Dated April With. 1911. I'J?
WE COULD
Paper the World
from our slock of new Wall Papers
so it seems. Every day soms nsw
design  arrives to All  (he vacancy
ol those dosed out.
,1
Handaome Wall Papon
are here in endless variety. Just
ted our ealeaman for what roo»
you want the paper and he wil
show you jast the pattern you ars
looking for,
To  chooee from our etock is a pleasure, to pay our prlos le easy,
W. H. ST0NEY & CO.
117 I/wadale Avsnue Phons 149
N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
Telephone 276
127 LONSDALE AVE
NORTH VANCOUVER
'< __ TH$ RH?BR8Bi NORTH VANCOUVER, H. C.
North Vancouver City
CLEARED LOTS 50 ft x 147 ft.
In BLOCKS 15,15a, 16 and 16a, D.L, 550.
mmammnmnmntnmmnnmmm^mmmmwnmmnmmmm Ji   ■———— 1   	
PRICES: $750 to $1000 according to location.
TERMS: U Cash, Bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.
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ACREAGE in District Lota 546 and 550
In Blocks of from One to Four or more acres.
PRICES:  from  $2000  to $3250  per acre   '
TERMS: I-4 Cash, Bal. 6, 12,18 & 24 months   ';
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The Grand Boulevard extends through this property
Communications
SUNDiVy 0BSJ3BVANCE
JJditor Express;
Pear Sir,—J wisji to make it known
that J am in sympathy with the Sabbath Observance Committee ol N'ortli
Vopcouvei.' and lhat I will respect
Same by closing my store Sundays.
.1. H. ENdblSH,
O. l£. (Jroccry.
permanently improving the streets.
Yours truly,
JOHN AI.PSANBEJJ.
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FOR PLANS, PRICE LIST AND PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
The North Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company,.
543 PENDER ST.  Ph™6286 VANCOUVER, B. C.
WllUM IS THE BOCK CIU1SHEB?
Editor Express I
Sir,—'Iho i|uestiiin oe lo tl|o disposal of llm Htonce wbicb Imvo been ex-
I'liviiii'J from the s.wor ironclics and
which are now piled in heaps on Iho
etreots und boulevards, is ono which
merits (lie immediate utilcntioii of the
city ciiiincil and is nf vital importance
to the propel' iipbuildini; of Ilie city.
For a city with bud made is from a
modern and progiiissivp point of view,
doomed. Thorn is now nn exceptional opportunity to pcrmnnoiilly improve many ol the streets by crushing these exeiivnleil liiiuld.rs nmi rolling Ihom, into the mad bed.
Now ciimes Ihe biii'ning i|Uesliin ol
the ellieiency ol tlie rock crusher. Whul
is il being used lur 1 And if it is in
Use, why is it not pul on In this
most important work '/ (ini hears
these ipiestinus asked daily and with
the best ol reasons, us il is difficult to
hour nf uny rock crushing which Iiuh
been carried out since the purchase by
last ycar'B council of the present
cm slier.
The Esplanade wist uf I oi l .lo Ave.
und Third slrect are now in n condition to ba insii.il in Ihis w.y. II
this is neglected the K plumule I'speei
ally will Iw in a bad condition with
mud uml ruts when the rainy season
begins. Third'slreol between Malum
and SI. 11..nil's Avenue line now a
splendid bed of clay ready lor proper
macadamizing, und to any one who
has seen the dilf.rence lotwcena mud
mud uud u well miieud:imis..d one,
further remarks urj ui.ni'ce lary. lluny
ol the boulders which have com..- oul
of Ihe si reels hove been buried ut a
considerable depth uud thu goulogicul
conditions with which they hnve Iwii
iu conl act have toughened und
smoothed I hem und in cuisv |uenco a
crusher which is something mure thun
n toy is required lor Ihe work.
Nora than hull uf the pressnt cujn-
cil's sessii/n is uver uud much good
work lm« been 'done in tho way of
street improvement nnd it is to bo
hoped that there will not he a cessation in tho direction uf upeniug up and
PALACE HOTEL ROOF GARDEN
N. V. City Band will give anothei
0/ their popular ooncorfs on the roof
cnnli'ii qf the I'nliuv Hotel 'I hnii dill
evening next, Iho SOtb in .1. A specin1
prpgram is being prepared lor thi
I'vi-ni whieh will be publishod luiter.
No' admission ia charged afl) -tbo public is cordially invited. Cpifart at' i
o'clock.
AN ENTEHPHISINfl FlItM
J. J. McAleece is in the midst of ox-
tensive enlarging ' opt rations on bis
down lown dry goods sture ul comer
1st and Lunsdule. In order lo accomplish this Is has lukcn over Iho promises lately occupied by Iho Hank ol
Hamilton which will muko his store
exactly iloublo ils proecnl aizo.
Mr. McAliwcti inlendri tu withdraw
his upper Lunsdule branch when he
will be butter nblo In look after the
interests of his customers by makin 1
his big dnwn lown store efficient anil
iip-lo-dnle in every eonso of Ihe wur I
The yuung but enterprising firm of
the Nurlli Shore Locators Ltd. have
Introduced a novel feulurc in tho modern appointment uf their ullicj li;iin.«.
This is a very large safe dupusit bux
file. The Iiii' consists ul a heavy burglar pruuf sufc similur to those ueod
by tho lauding blinks nnd contains a
tile uf bll safety deposit boxes. Each
bux has sepnrnte keys und arc eo constructed that Iwd keys acting in unison is rerjujred lo upon them. The
inin is advertising tho boxes fur u
moderate rental to tbosi) who have
valuable papers etc., which il is imperative must be kepi (rum Ihe ken of
the modern nilllrs.
ST. ANDIIEW'S C. E.
Last 'luesduy evening's meeting of
Ihe Christian Endeavor was nm of
much interest. The mooting opcm
od wilb a large utti'iidunco piesent
und many strange lutes were noticeable. Mr. Telford upeneii'lho discussion on iho tupic which wus Lessons from (irenl Iivee. The lei-
son vvus prepared in a manner worthy
of praise. Next Tuesday evening's topic will bo Our Debts, What Are They?
How tu Pay Them. An interesting
meeting is prumised. Again wo Invito
all struugers to nil.ml our imelings
I'vi'i y   I'm ..liny evening al 8 u'clock.
.   CHURCHJSQTTO
NOHTH VANCOUVEB
Baptist  Pb'irch - Fifth   and   St.
George.  Services at 11 a.m. and 7.1)0
p.m.   Sunday  Srhoul and llilllc   Class
ul. It!.15 p.m. Prayer mul praise service Wednesday at 8 p.m. I'aetor, Bev.
A. J. 1'rosser, 3ml street east,
St. Andrew's I'tesbyftriaa Church,
6th street. Services i Mm nine worship
II am., eviii'iin wiirsfatp 7.i)0 p.m.,
Sunday School 5.30 p.m., Minister's
Bible Class 2.30 .p.m., Y.P.S.C.E. Tuesday evening 8 0 oluok, pruyor meeting
Woducsduy evet|ing 8 o'clock. "God
needs you ; you need God." Bev. Hun-
iild Miiei.eud, minister.
Holhodist Church, comer of Sixth
street and St. George's Avenue-1
Sunday preaching services at 11.00 a.
in. and 7.30 p.m.. Sunday School aa
Bible Class at 3.30 p.m.,' Senior leu
gue on Monday evening at 8.00 p.m.,
prayer and praise service on Wednesday evening at 8.00, Junior League
m'l vice on Thursday afternooB at 3.30.
A cordial wobomo is oxlended to all
to attend these services. I'aetor, W.
0. Schlichter, residence, corner Keith
liiiud and Si, An.lis'.'.'
St. John tbe Evungolist, 8th and
Llth streets: Holy cuinmuniun, 6 a.m.
morning pruyor. II a.m.; evening pruyor, 7.30 pin. On the lii 1 Sunday in
Iho month there will be a second celebration ol the holy cumin union at
II a.m.   Id-elm, Bev. Hugh Hooper,
St. Agnes Church, Boulevard—Vicar,
Bev. T. E. Bowo. 7.30 p.m. evensong
every Sunday ; 11 a.m. Holy Commun-
ii.n, 2nd Sunday of every rounlb.
Tho   Salvation Army-S. A.  Hall,
'iisiliile Avenue. Sunday — 11 a.
m.,     holiness     meeting;    8    p.m.;
hildren's mooting; 7.15 p.m.,
Milviitinn meeting; Tuesday, 8 p.m.,
dullness meeting; Wednesday, 4 p.m.,
children's meeting; Thursday, 8 p.m.,
salvation meeting, ''npluiii Duugla
will visit any who are sick ur in dis-
lies:, at any time.
St. Edmund's Cnlhulic Church, sin-
hun Avenue: Sundays—Muss 'J.OO 11.
Sunduy Sohoul 5.30 p.m., llosary
Benedicliun and Sermon 7.30 p.m.
Inili.in Catholic (,'hurch ol St.
Paul's. Mass, 7.30 11.in. Sundays. Pastor, Bev. E. Pu'liiviu, O.M.I.
NOBTH LONSDALE
North l.nn .iiuli- I'u .livieiiiui Church
—Worship,  Sundays,  7.30  p.m., Sunday School, '-'Tin p.m.  It. Vun Muus-
tcr, 11.A., pastor.
St. Thomas, North Lonsdale—Vicar,
Hev. T. E. Buwc. 8 a.m., every Sunday except 1st Sunduy in mouth ; 8.30
a.m., 1st Sunduy in month ; 11 a.m.
Matin Lit any uml sermon, 2nd und tth
Sunday: II a.m., Holy Communion
and sermon, 1st und llui Sundays.
I-VNM VALLEY
l.ynn Valley PrcsbyterisS Church-
Worship, Sundays, 11 a.m.. Union
Sim.In; .--.h.„.|. 11.30 p.m. H. Van
Mun.1.1, MA. pastor.
St. Clement's, l.ynn Valley—Vicett,
Hev. T, E. Bowe. Assistant Priest,
Bev. H. B. II.. lm... II.A. 7.30 p.m.,
evensong, cu-iy Sunday: 11 a.m.
holy communion, 1st Sunduy nl every
moBtb.
SAVE
$10.00
Htiv one of these,
elegant
$25,00
Suits now going at
$14.85
and you will save
just 110.00
liny one of our
$18.00
Suits now at
$9.95
and save $8.00
Buy one of our
$12.00
.SuiU now at
$7.85
and save $4.15
1 'uiiii' where the
bigvaluescomefrom
and you'll be dollars
ahead.
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JUST A FEW ITEMS
from the many big values offered
(luring this great Clean up Sale
Read these prices, remember that
everything we sell is strictly and thoroughly reliable, then come and secure
the benefit of these bargain prices.
All Children's Wash SuiU and Blouses
to go at two-thirds their original prices
1
A visit to this store will convince you that the
^prices in this list are all genuine.   COME!
WM. CUMMING
CUMM1NGS
The Gent's Clothiers and Furnishers
113-115 LONSDALE AVE, NORTH VANCOUVER
Nearing
the End
of the Season
we find our Htock
full of odds und
ends in ull depart-
me nls.
These must all be
closed out at once.
In making prices
on these Items, cost
or values have not
been considered.
We want to clean
up our stock regard-
lew of what the
goods bring.
You'll Und those
bargains tempting.
BalbriggU and
Merino Underwear
in all sizes that were
regularly sold from
50c to 76o
cut down to 37ic
per garment.
Come early and get
tha   beat   bargains.
The»e  good thinga
won't laat long.
CUMMINGS
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mma
tnmmmmaamm
Great Hosiery Sale
'   ~-  IT . V '■ : I :	
Tlif lojjpwitig Unas will be offered onSaturday and
Monday.  Note tltetn i
50c and 75c valuea 25c a pair '
Plain silk lisle thread, also cotton embroidered and
lace hose, in black, tan, brown, reseda, hello, white,
Copenhagen, ete,   Great range to choose front.
' 85c to 45c values JTJc a pair
.—1'lnin iui Imi ami lisle t luvail hose, in black, tan or
grey.   Good quality, well shaped and finished.
Regular 65c Hose, 3 pain for $1,00
Women's open work silk lisle thread hose in striped
designs in all colors and black, unusual value.
Regular 30c to 45c valuea for 15c a pair
Women's fancy colored lisle thread hose in assorted
patterns.  Extra special at this small price.
25c cashmere hose 12k a pair
These are in plain black and well made, shaped and
finished. The wearing parts arc extra spliced. Sizes
for women.
Children's cotton hose in tan, black or white open
work designs.   Regular 25c values for 10c a pair.
Gordon Drysdale, Ltd,
575 Granville Streeet      -      Vancouver
Bread!    Bread:
Union Made.   Home Industry.
Bigger Loaf.   Better   Bread.
Don't forget our latest Home Made l.oiif.
PIONEER BAKERY
Mores i 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & Alh St.
WEST CAPILANO
99 x 100, Facing South, close to Keith
Roifd and East oi HoJlyburn.     ttQAA
Exceptional value  tjJW
Quarter cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
JACK LOUTET & CO.
213 Lonsdale Ave.   Tel. 47. Cor. Nye   Tel. 87
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Vancouver Business Directory
A000UNTANTS
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
|19 Finder street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
BATHb
Kallethe's Bath
Corusi Homer and Tender Sta.
f        	
The only up-to-date and reli
able bath borne in British Co
Iwtnbia.
Wi sure  wlicrc others   fail.
Satisfaction  guaranteed  or no
pajr. Plain baths, electric hatb.s,
shower baths, massage lor bo
if, scalp aud face ; electro 1 In 1
apiutic baths a specially.
JOS. KAMATBE, PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin, Germany
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT.SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hattinga St. W,
Cintda'a QntUit WHUm «c*iol
|. /. Sprott, 8A., • #M>*g»r
WvtWmMep      w*rW     t^jw^ww *rww
WANT ADS.
PITMAN'S
luftlneM Colli tjt
63J Seymour St., Vancouver
Day school open all   tbe  year
round.   Night school comment
u September 8th.
GROCERS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Ritail
nt. Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tucsdaj/s and Fridays
flUMEfl STAMPS
THE GEO. Hi   HEWITT CO,
Manufacturera
mimi mm mm
Sign and Prici Marten
io Fairfield Did.      Font R3173
REAL ESTATE
ItitikireGiirutMA
Securities Corporaliwi LU
t 440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
I.ANp AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENT
TATU&.   UTANAP.Un
' f FIRE INSURANCE
R. Karr I|ou|gaU - - - Manager
restaurants
All Norti Viacovrir paoyU aal at
LEONARDS'
Eitfcw Plat* Block ot Hatting. St.,
U tbt nam pott oAot.  l/eimeri
Me tea ky Um potnd.
Pleawnt Fields
,    of Holy Writ
Third Qiwrtff. Lssifm 111. 9 Ptaiw
ictus Hfili: IrSin, July lit, Ml.
MANASSPB'S  WIPPPM-t* AW
PflNlTIW
II the »mi had 'signal liko the h
ther, .lowiuli history would liave to l»
ruwritten. Hoxekiah MiroM Riely
with patriotism. I)» tlnmv tlm > «mi-
plury twww iiipifkiit !» I»ifl> position
tnliraly on Hid Ma ot a pure {nith.
lie diit mora. He hroke down nnd
•wi.pl nwity Ilie Hlninim uf u litto re
ligion. He dlil not wsvtr from hie high
iliiiul during 11 reign tint eitended
owr nearly u I Ilinl ol u cuulnry. In
it mil of porptiluiiting lliix nrlniiribl*
policy MiuiiihbjIi ruvenrd il. Be went
through the whole catalogue ol pngsn
vlcee. Ilu I'll lii» |ieoplu through it also, Inn-inn iIiiim! who were unwilling,
From aiiroery lm went un lo witoh-
cralt uml liiunnn .iirriiiiv. The chronicler nays he cnuiwd the people to do
worai than the li.ulli.ii. 'the (.ervurte
an ia iwual, rivalled 4lineo who had
been horn iu Iboir dark faith. 'Ihoim
waa tli.- greater ooiulompotjon aa Ihey
linneil against light. The dcplha of
their apoalacy can acnrccly he fatlinin-
ed. I'ulta never prncliieil on Jewish
•oil wero now introduced. l'utrid
iin.mis of JnecivioUMieaa llowed everywhere. The .Iiiiiii-. whs reached when
what waa pcrhapa phallic omlihin
waa nut up in Ihe very cuiirla ol the
temple. The bilterneaa ul it waa that
Ihe woral king ol .ludali r.'igniil the
longest, lie had more than half a rvn-
im', in which In iiumako his nation.
A rompliHe rccuvery waa never made
linm Ihis ilii'inllul lupin', l'era.riiliiin
naturally alli-mliil apnatucy. Hi -ie
ui'iu knera that would not hend nni
tongues thai would nut alop their
prolosl. M.in.r ... I, made short ahill
of   iin"    He luiil..I Ihe recalcitrant
until. •   Iiiiiii   the  .Illi'.   Iilleil   Jel lismeill
wilh um.,n ni lilii.1,1 und l.iynn a .ln»-
iah reign of ler.ur. Hut il ia n Imi,-.
lung lane lhat haa nn turning, till
,1.1, waa unii,,,I hefnre he ft'wi
atruck. Hut he wua iiikuIhiI, oilltin-
ale, delimit I He .1. lit., i.ii. I- inn-l
against (ull light. Tlm (urn waa sln.jl
when il came, the haughty king waa
hroiighl lo the dust. Hut Ihojloryof
divine pistil* ia that ile |wnatiii» annul mill, i,.I as a mailer of vengeance
hut arc intended lo, he i .'formalory
and Mempltfy, Tin., momciil the ■■.•■!•
live king came to himself din) hoard
hia supplication and reatnred him to
his Ihronc.
INK TEACDRB'B I.ANTljltN    -
ll.iiiliiiiisin snioiililired during ilejo-
kinli's reign. Miuinaseli might hive
cjuafchid ii forever, intlcad, bl funned
it, For nations aa well ns imiividuala
a-..nt ia always iliHieiilt. Dcarenl ia
hhI. Mm nl lieighta arc reachul hy
Ihe pains ul sell-denial. They are
hold hy cunliiiiial wulehfiilneaa. J'here
is a inninl gravitation which aneler-
«lea the ileaiont ol man or nation
when once the turn is made lu the in-
ther way. Knlangling alliances Mini
ini|,.i,iii'..' 1'nwer ol i.sisi.iii,,. dim
iuisfies. Velocity towards hell increases
in iiH.il. nliil'li' proportion. Ihese eon-
ditiona call lur a mural oarncslneaa un
il»' pari Imili ul individual und nation
which will nut allow the hoginning ol
evil. The prophets Jeremiah, /ephan-
iah und Mieah paint Ihe unci urn ol
these evil lime*. During Ida captivity
Miiniiss.li inni opportunity to ttudy
pngaiiisin on its nativo hosth. Ileaaw
Iho India ol itt asctudeucy during
long ugea. l|e could compare and run
lull lli.'in wilh the pure ili.i-ii. I.iith
ul the llelirewa. Thut igain hunoy
came out ol the eater. 'Ihe cxiniplary
power nf divine cltmpiiey in the rate
ol Mniiiissili can hardly lie eatimulcd.
In a liintiil and unforgiving ugi when
the roni|iieror delighted in tnituring
hit priaonert iuch hy inch, the l.nr.l
sit hia im ..I,,., Irnc thi moment lie
wus genuinely penilenl. His punishment waa ii'luriniil.iiy nut vindiotivt.
Hut ManaHteh't putt could md In el-
faced, lit could not atop tin- cuuiaeol
Iho evil example nf half a century. Sin
ia u firo that leayca a near. Hiatury
affords many parallela to Ihe lupal under alauuawh. Witness the Knglisli Restoration after the Commonwealth
and the Florentine notion under Suv-
nnarolu.
YOUNfJ.  PEOJ'IE'S   'devotional
HKRVICE, July 10,  I'JII.  Roman,
xiii : 4-7.    Our   IMrtt,   What   Are
They ? How ho Ply Tbim.
A cunt in Ihe men-hunt's window In
dilate* that his ttore ia "Closed to
take account ot ahv/k." Custom*"
■re turned away. Evorylhing itapi
•till (•ooflwciajly wfeiln the propria-
lor finds where he atunda commercially. If this mutt b* dime in material
things it not tin ohfigntitsn grmter in
spiritual things T Hhut to thy door I
Opt» tpirifual d»y hook ind ledger.
Contrail Ullt rto4vf lib with hj«|
payibte in religion, Fjnd your MMte.
One who don not know lhat nay he
walking on tin edgt of bankruptcy in
Jmimjerwm} fWrnw, meyw w^mmj  mptt ,
jw ummiwfi mkh
Por winy sadsnns among tlie sporting elswent pf ffoFth Vinpouvsr, a
vague rumnr his been einadutcd that
tldfe exiatod in ths wilda pf the 'Jpft
esis iii the mountains gist of thg
Ssymour tiytt a Inks of wondrous
houuiy. This ruiflPF h»s htm ytiwH
Irom mouth tp mouth and during I lie
transit lust nothing pf Its gruphiu At-
toription, but like tbe fnlil.nl gold ol
thl Ipoaa, grew and grew, U!)!il evni
thl original teller (if he still lives)
would havo mill veiled grmitly of iho
iillriieliiinii iitlrililili il tu it.
Among its many inducements tbe
kit W9S reported to hu pusili^ly
i||ve with mountain trout, and this
Inct coupled with the niyiitei'i'i'in in
turu uf the iitiiiien as cegaidiiig ino
aceming Impossibility of |ocntuig the
Norlh Shore "Windermere" lind led
iniinv liiihiiimen and iniinnl.iiu c'lmh-
ort tn earnestly search'in iho o.i'loit-
vpi to lift tho veil of myat-iry will)
which it waa aorrounded; Up to yesterday, hnwiiver, no latter day ii.ii'i'
Wtllun nr t'hrialuplu'r t'olumhus had
behold (othur than in hia dRiinia) the
like in i|iieatinn.
Sunday morning Mr. I.. W- Fry il
Vancouvor aud a famous local li.inier
and angler, who wiahed lo h im- hia
ninio a11|a i -. ,| .. h,. iljd not wish to
bring down Iho diaplouauru nf tbo
Hahhath Ohaorvanco commilloo upon
him, left un tlm early morning l.yun
Valley car, croaaed 1 ynn Creek to
Seymuur and tho intake and finding
the river there Blurted nn" what wa*
In pruvo the fruitful quest. After
much climbing Ihe pair diaiiced In
blunder upon u goal's pulh which run
around n shoulder ol one ol the punks
nnd hy nliniit It! u'clock Ihe ||!iiuiiclu
ol n high point in the lunge wus
reached und Iho two discoverers in
gating into J lie dcplha nf Ihe vulley
oil;tho eastern slope beheld the nbj.'.'l
of their dreams nestling there like u
dewdrop upon a leaf. Little limo was
Inst in reaching Ihe slioi'cs-~rif the
lake and ahoul I'J pounds uf mnun-
lain trout were caught in less lliiiniui
hour, Ihe lish averaging frnm a ipinr
(er In a hull pound. The diaenverers
returned lual evening laden with their
spnil wearing the triumphant oxpros
lion ol those who have searched well
nnd long nnd finally conquered.
FOR SALE
300 Feat of Water-
frontage with crown
grant, known as
Wallace Shipyards.
Terms to suit purchaser.   Apply
H. H. DEVINE,
Seymour St.
Vancouyer
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0ENVINE 8C0TPB CPGBAHS, our own importation m  ?l,«i».
Hhumbruys apd Ohenkp, ■popial par ynfd ,„„„„ „„„■■■ ',„nt lQ»,
83-inch POINTS, good be»vy quality, light and dark wlprs, spi4iial
pw yard „ ,,....,,  ;..„..„......... .,r..i, (..yPf>.
PltliSH M1JSMP, plain u»d fancy flimjty  ,U||.».,  alap  d>ts l»nd
croasliara, price ......' , ,  10c avA Iff.
A large ijianrtnient of Victoria I.uwna, Indian I.ineiu, )'i)fainn I.nwna,
• -   Nilspoks, Organdies, sts.
Jlnl I mis covered from your own inalorial-ill aim.
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J. J. McALEECE
Keith Block . Lonsdale Block
LONSDALE AVENUE COB. 15th and LONSDALli
Phone 03 l'hnne 3B3
TWO STORES
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SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
' We solicit a trial hid on vour Orders email or Isrgi
f
C. DOWIt
:ONTRAr.TOH AND lUJII.IHSR
Plana, Specifications, Kstimatts
P. O. Box 21, Kortk Vancouver
tl. E. KBltiER
Eipcrt on Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork
All Work Guarantied
Corair FilUtnlb St. and M.hon Art.
FURNITURE
FULTON FURNITURE CO.
THE ESPLANADE STORE
We are now open lor business with a complete line of Furniture
and Bedding. Following are a few specials we offer you by
way of introduction:
Cobbler Seat Rockers, oak or mahogany, .... $2.75
Roll Seat Rockers, quartered oak, mahogany
or early English, large sue  $3.90
Rattan Rockers, from $3.75 up
Dressers in great variety, 25 patterns to select
from, values from   $8.50
Bed, best Spring and MuIIiyss complete  $8.50
Call and Inspect Our Stock on the Esplanade West
ASK
your neighbours
and they will recommend it to
you-THE
electric irpn with
a reputation.
HU 11 U1W 1 We shall be pleased to send one of these
irons lo you for TEN DAYS FREE TRIAL. Phone 46
Light and Power Department.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
50 LONSDALE AVENUE
m*m*men
Western Ave
Lot 50x154 ft. facing westwards.
Price $1300     -     -     1-3 caih
■<PE"H5i5«
s JOHN ALKCANDP &^o.
AND
121 LONSDALE AVENUE
NORTH VANCOUVER
KDTH RD, HOLLYBURN, WEST VANCOUVER
TV I"    I I HIM
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WtJyJ   Do Expert Optical Work
WW    and Watch lUpairing
Not in ill Panada'aa» 5""' •wan httitr results or ottenl/on
from tba scrvlcss p' lh» l*» professions than in out Vanoouver
More where them departments art gndor tho sapwvislnn o| prac-
Ileal, wall taught men, men who have niailo lin to priifntii nttluir
life study and their ,i,l! *'"lli- We fit ind grind glatses with care
and judgment. Thero in nothing in watch repairing which we have
not tinder control. You know "HIRKB"' reliability and thorough-
nest, then try as when your eyas require attention or your watch
taiUtD.givoi||titfa<!lii>ii.
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Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
Qw'M»ngmr*u,,   .       H«ung. Ik Granville St,
mmm
111 ".ft"" '-'"->•
FRUIT    PRODUCE
CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, Etc.
WHOLESALE ONLY
PETERS & DOYLE
120 Second Street East. Telephone 206
Convenience lo North Vancouver Merchants
Buy la Your Owa Town. Your Ord.ri Solicited
The Bank of British North America
Capital Paid Up $4,866,666.    Reserve Fund $2,652,333
2 Offices in North Vancouver—2
CORNER LONSDALE AVENUE AND ESPUNADE
UPPER LONSDALE AVENUE 'near Fourteenth Street)
Saying Deposits ol Ji.no and upwards received.
Interest allowed at current rates,
banjeer's Money'Ordcrs issued.
Both offices transact a general banking business
and are open on Saturday night.
F. T. SALSBURY, Manager.
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
HAY, FLOUR AND FEED
Poultry Supplies a Specialty
All Orders Promptly Attended to
MOVED TO
116 ESPLANADE EAST
PHONE 4
STORE TO LET
——————p.——i«——
Centre Block Lynn Valley
$15 monthly. Lease given to good parties. This it tn excellent
opportunity to establish a good business in a growing diitrict.
Apply     ,  v
Cor. Centre and Lynn Valley Road
 or„
Merchants' Trust k Trading Co.
"   Pendtr and Burrard Street!, Vancouver, B. C.
I f\f\Y at our Babies BILLY arid
UKJXjri> CHARUE===
Why nab (wo Mi moving when One Van wl lake it all.
Rial tip 285, CREAMER TRANSFER CO., (or the
' tWgettt Padded Furniture and Piano Van ia tht City.
. ***** Mf *"*    w Iff^t^WfW    V mfjiwrmmamftw Wrrff J Vffffff    T mfff    m    *fm    ^"^/.
Tfi*t of Agppe*
ment re Bridge
, (Cqotiniliid frqn> page 1)
rows nl Hurrard Inlet, in tlm pnivinco
nl HritiHii Columbia, aad th party cl
tlm Sspond Part shaJ! assist the party
pf tin. first part in prpwirig ths said
subsidy, and upon % aiui)t. |nii»g
fran'lid aad paid to 'lha party pf H'o
firtt part, tho party fll wa :"irst part
ppvopants and agM [a trapsl* ind
assign thu »r»ji)a*tft tho party nf tjia
tocpiid part in aepprdanoo witii tun
terras pf tlio sulwiily opnt'ract, and H1"
hi granting tint said muni'ly nni)
liarliaraont is tp bo roi|uottod to u-
I'lmli' in tho said' Ant a dauia II14I
ths said subsidy is tp ba amitsJ to
t|i> party nf tho first pari, ta Iw
trantlprred by it tp. tlm parly ul the
nenir.l part under the terms p| llii-i
agreement.
3. The party nl the second, Part
agrees to build a epmbined railway
and traffic l bridge on the upproved
bridge lite of the party pf tho fuel
part, with only such deviations from
the said tile at shall pe necessary for
the proper construction of the said
bridge, and fur that purppsethe party pf the first part hereby agrees to
assign, transfer and set over unto tbe
party of the second part the approved sito of tbe party of the first part
for tho said bridge, such assignment
to be made when tho condit'nnt pi
paragraph 11 have been complied
with, t'onstruction of the said bridge
is to be commenced within six months
alter the granting ol tho said subsidy
to tho party ol tlm first part and to
be proceeded with continuously thereafter and completed within thrte years
after procuring the subsidy and in case
the party ol thu second part mates default in any of the torms of tbis
clause, then this agreement shull not
bu binding on the party of tho first
part.
II. Tho party of Ihe first purl ogr.ei
lo acquire the necessary land lor and
lo build the railway approaches at
both ends of the said bridge, same to
be constructed lo conlorm with the
plana of the said bridge at finally ad
opted and to lie constructed to the tu-
titlaclion of tho chief engineer mi
pluy.il on the construction of the
bridge, tlie extent ol tho said approaches to bo according to the plans
attached hereto wilh such alterations
and modifications as shall bo agroed
upon between the parties hereto 01
lound necessary for tho proper construction of Ihe suid approaches.
4. Tbe parly uf the lirst part shull
commence Ibe cooslrucliuu ol the said
approaches at any time upon receiving
sixty days' notice from the chiel an
Kiwvi employed on the conilructiou of
the bridge, requiring I hem to build
tht taid approaches, aud the Said approaches shall be complek-d tin that
1I1.' sumo shall be ready lor 11 ..tli. ul
Iho same lime as the bridge, uud in
the event ol the party ol the lirst part
tailing to do so, or in the event ol il
np|ienriug al uny time that the parly
of the firsl pari is unable or Unwilling
to .un.im.1 ili.- suid approaches as
aforesaid, Ihcn t|io parly i.l the Hie
ond part may, after louiteon days'
notice, lako over and complete llm
construction of tho sun.', und tlm
parly of the lirst part agrees there
upon to grant reasonable assistance to
Ihu parly of Ihu second part lo complete toid construction.
6. Tho parly ol Ibe firsl part covenants and agrees that upon completion of the said approachet il will as-
tign uml convey or cuuse lo lie assigned ifld* conveyed to Ihe parly of
Ihe second pari, free from encumbrances, Ihe laid approaches, together with
tbe tile thereof, and all uppurlcnunccs
therein belonging und in considera<ion
I hereof, tho party of the second purl
agrcea lo givo to lliu party of the lust
Dart fully paid up shares in Iho capital stud ol the lliiiiuiil Inlet Tunnel
and Hridge Company to an amount
equal lo the actual, reasonable and
piupi'i coat ol Ihe laid approaches aud
Iho tile it"'H"I fo an nmomil oquul
to tbe sum expended by Ihe parly nl
tho first pari and il It undcrilood
and agreed between Iho parlies hereto
iimt no exponici heretofore belorethe
dale ol lin*. prcaonli incurred by Ihe
party ol Iho first part, iu connection
with the said approaches or tho lite
thereof, shall bo considered al part of
tbe coit of Iho same.
6. The said bridge ahall lie con-
■tructed on Ihe tile shown by tiro approved plant ol Iho parly ol tho firtt
part, 11 nliis by reason of engineering difficulties the construction ol the
bridge on lhat site shall become impracticable, in which caie the ike of
the bridge shall nol lie altered to a
greater extenl than it noottiary in order to avoid such engineering difficul-
Has.
7. In tht event of tbo location
of the bridge bring varied as hurein-
btfon mentioned, tht party of ihe
lecond part will attiit Ihe party ol
tbo first part in securing tucb changet
la tbo location pf iti railway aa are
aud* neotatary on account ot Qtf
changed location of Ihe bridge.
8. Ths party ol lha steo&d part
sgrtss lo uto ill infiuenoa to havt a
nomisst ot tin party ol the flw part
tlectod u a membar of Uw Board of
Pircotflm pf tho RhtoI Iplut | Juans!
and Bridge Company during the cpu-
Hli-uiilion and until llm completion pf
the said bridge mul npprpaph'es.
9. It is ■ (urthw iffldnrsti'ml Ml4
agroed lx*wctm tile parties herelpithat
% adpption of tho sito of tho fitly
pf the f)rst part (pr tho said (jri'ltf.)
and approaches shall innp way bein-
teudud tp mean that the party pf Ihe
second part shall be obliged |p use tiro
fapway location of the party u| tlie
first part connecting with tbe add approaches and tho party of tho e:cond
part reserves to itself the right at nil
times to connect tho said approach^ 1
with ite own or any other lino pr lines
pf railway. .
If). In the event pf uny dispute nr
difference between the  parties  hereto
regarding ths torn) of this agreement,
Ipf the carryjpg flit of tba saws, or
We reasonable and proper coat of tbo
safd approaches and the rile  thereof
ar- aay <>%» watt""1 arising vriAtr ■
this agreement, provided the same
does not fall within the jurisdiction nf
the railway ppmmis&inners, iho same
sha|| be referred tp th« ¥i»i»t*r p|
Hallways as sole orliilrulor for Jcois-
|pb, #nd hi* dopisinn »!>u!l bo final wA
binding upon ths parties hereto until
Stock in ths Bprrard lulu! Tunnel and
Uridge Company has been subscriiiel
to the extent of |5fiO,(K)fl by ths 'allowing municipalities:
City o> Vuiicoiiver, (300,1100.
Cjty of North Vancouvor, (100,000.
Municipality ol North Vanoouver,
1360,000.
a«d if stPPl) tf) t> •aWpMpf' !l! tl)* WA
nun. i» not jubaori'inl by thp said
mi pipipaiitfcT jsltbjfl siv moaths hm\
thi dull p| this agreeffiJit, WPl it}*
■ai'tMwrtriktfrM-yoiAi-
13. Eseb party bwdo a«:»s' in
mahp and poneur jn all njep«sa;y op-
pljcatipns in parljamant ar any da-
part ment pI thp gpyerpman' or ths
railway ppmmisriqp in order |P carry
this agreement ipto effept.
13. This agroenwnt opd everythipg
herein opntained sfiall enure tn tho
benefit of and ha binding upon tbe parties lioroio, their successors and assigns respectively.
In witness whereof the parties hereto havo oaused their corporate seals
to be hereunto affixed the day and
year fint above written.,
Mahon, McFarland & Proctor, Ltd.
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NEW CAPILANO CAR LINE
50 ft. lots at terminus in D.L. 601 & 607
52 foot lot* in Block 27, D. L, 599
 \	
Phone 6286
\
43 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. KM"
62 Lonsdale Avenue   -    •  North Vancouver
SCOTCH CLOTHING HOUSE, LTD.
68 only Youths Suits
Untareable Tweeds
Sizes 32,33,34,35 '
Reg. Values 9.75 to 12.75
gg;H75
Men's Tweeds Suits
All Colon and Sun
There are only 40 of them
Saturday d» fi 7C
To Clear $0,70
Men's
Flannel
SuiU
to clear
$8.75
Be on hand
early and
secure these
ii
Men's Outing Pants
40 Pairs only $1.95
3d Pairs only $2.75
Made with Cuff, Bottom,
and Belt Loopa
BBS-a-SaW-5—9B9-SH5HSS
Fine Worsted Suits
Sizes 35 to 44
In ill the new Colors
S3S12.75
L—    I Hlgg
Goods bought from here can be left at Ferry Ticket Office
Free of Charge
Scotch Clothing House, Ltd.
CORNER HASTINGS AND ABBOTT STREETS mi
Express Claiiified Ads.
JUT1B
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Iw Month, Be par line per insertion
FOB RAM
POR SALR-rPirst growth dry wood
torlfM par iKtrd, i lu Phone 83.8-8
RQR 8/M(R—Four-roomed bungalow,
llth stfta'and Sutherland, furnished,
prints ffJ/fiH, eaty terms. Apply .1. R.
Knglisli, 0. K. grocery, I.nnsdale Ave.
lint™ fine, large, pure-hred White
Wyandotte Cock lor sale cheap, Apply
Waghorne, Ksprets Olliie.
rOR'RBRT
POH KENT - Housekeeping rooms,
918 .Second street east. *ll
TO HUNT—f'o«y throe-room cottage
half block Irom flrund Houlevurd, till.
Apply 1). N. Itnlwrison, 135 Dili st. w.
TO MirT-rFurnished rooms. Apply
8 to 8 p.m., I.i.'li, 7th house, Jtilh
street east. '      '      18-7
Five-room moilern house lo rent.
Close in. Apply, Canadian Financiers
lid., Hank of Hamilton llldg. t.l
TO  I.KT—Furnished  room wilh  or
without breuklusl lo rpiiet respectable
man, 14th at reel 1st N. W. Lonsdale.
H-7
FOH .SAI.K-Splendiii five roomed
house, fully modern, «i'mei)l foundation, large basemen!, on r.u ft, lot,
facing south on Houlevnril, I block
Irom l.onsdnle car line, fine view ol inlet. Apply Phillips k Muiwlnhile,
35th street and SI. (ieorge. 'JI-7
WANTKD
WANTKD - A strong girl to da
housework and help with baby. Apply Tent, corner of I -la I. and Lonsdale,
North Vancouver.
We have IL'JfKI lo loan on first
mortgage for II years at 8 |ier cent,
on improved property. Canadian
Financiers, Hank of Hamilton lluihl-
ing. 7-11
II.nn or shine you ran get tlrirtly
fresh Fggt at !2ftc |ier dot. at the Up.
to-Date .Grocery till the ,1'Jlh July
next. S, Ritchie, the l'p-lol)sle tiro-
car. M Firsl street ensl. U-7
PUBLIC HHinWAVS
Province ol Itritish Columbia
NOTICF is Iwreliy given lhat all public Highways iu unorganized districts
and all Main Trunk Hoads in orgtui/-
ad   Districts are tixty-six feet   widi,
and haw a width of lliiny-tliiea del
On eaiJi side nl the mean slruight fen-
li. line of Ihe Iruvi II..1 rnud.
THOMAS TAYIXJH,
Minister ol Public Works.
|)eparlment ol Public World,
Victoria, B. 0., duly 7th, I'JII. 14-10
Saudham k Simpson, building mnv-
ars, residence U'i.i 5lh Avenue Wesl,
Pairviow. Tei. Fuirnionl  1:110.      h-'Jft
WANTPP-RrsasBtakipg, Ml binds ol
good olnss work undertaken. Shirt
waists and skirts a speojalty, Mrs,
Itayroent, 'Jnd house, 8th street, ad-
fstaing noalevard, North Vancouver.
WANTRP-AH Wad' of gsnsral repair work-saws set and sharpened;
looks repaired and keys fitted. Maohin-
sry' cleaned and overhauled, hy esperb
enoed mechanic Charges moderate.
Address R. Tilley, 137 Lower Keith
Itoad East, North Vancouver.      7-18
WIT
LOST - Wednesday night- Mweeu
Moodyvllle and terry lady's, gold
watch, plain case, engraved II. H. Reward.  Apply Kvprets Office.
LUST (in Esplanade or North Vancouver ferry a watch wilh inetpantive
gold filled wise anil leather coronation
fob. Valuable only because of associations. Finder will he rewarded ul
137 Lonsdale Ave., North Vanoouver.
14.7
MIBOBUANEOUB
.1. Loulel mill North Lowdale
Fire Insurance—F.lder Murray Co. Ltd.
We close Sundays. Phone U34. I.
II. Fnglish, (I. K. Grocery, I'l Low-
dale Avenue.
NOTICF—House conneclion with
sewerage. Por estimates apply S. II.,
Kspivss Olliee. 7-17
The North Shore Drug t'o. have re
cairnd ibis week a shipment nl compound syrup of llypophosphales whi li
Ihey are selling at tit cents. This preparation i- recognised us iheliest ul
round Innis known in medicine,
HENRY R. WATSON
Architect
Booms 10 and 11, i'ender Cliaralitrt,
533 Ptndtr Strttt W.        Pbont 11451
and Lonsdale Ave., Nnrlh Vancouver
Httidtnct, cor.  LnnUalt Ava   awl
Bind ttrttt, North Vancouvtr.
FRED G. TURNER
Notary Public
Loam, Iuvetiminti and Inturante.
Iloom 3117, 633 (iranvilla Bt., Vanoou-
vtr, B. C. Phono 8309. Land Utgit-
Iry work a tptciilly,
PLAZA ROOMS
dint Opcoeil-New and mi.dtrn
throughout, special i"iis |,j week, IIN
Ksplannde Wwl. Mrs. It. W. Jnrkson,
prnpriel rets.
IIi-hI.in... luiiil lo mil owner..
Plans and eslimutus luruitheil. Ulliu
ami si .H. lis inn ■ A. W. Walili, i'i n-
Ini.I.n and Builder, Hank ol Hum,I
Ion Building, Lmitdale Avenue. Ph.in.
188. 14-7
NORTH VANCOUVEIt CITY FERRIES. LIMITED
TIME TABLE
TAKING  EFFECT  MAY  FIRST,  1911
Ltavt Vancouvtr t.2t) a.m. uud
thtrealler evtry 30 ininulet uulil
7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.H0 p.m.
tvtry 30 miiiutei until 11.30 p.m.
thereafter 13.16 and 1.00 a.m.
WEEK DAYS
l,eava Norlh Vancouvtr fi.llU am.
and thereafter every 30 minultt until 7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.30 p.
in every 30 ininulet until 11.(SI p.
in   ili.n.ilin  11.46 aal 13.46 1 n
BIINDAVH
Uavt  Vancouver  7.40,   8.311 and
9.00 tbtrtalter tarn* at weekday..
I.....  North Vancouvtr 7.30, BIN)
and 8.40,  thereafter same al wesk-
days.
PASSENliKR HATFS
.Single lare 6c, 6 lor '36c, 30 (or |l, 70 lor 13.
A-Lumlier Wagoot, Irucki and
drays, 75c return.
HI bom eiprett carriages and
hackt, 60e return.
O-l bom  esprett   buggies  and
ail Inn,   35c  1. Iiiiii
VEHICLE KATFH
All tbt aliova ratet include dm
er.   Hales A and it tuhjacl to  30
per '.ni  discount ia lots ot 60.
PRP.I/1BT TAIIIFF
Ptr 100 Hit. ml.', 6c.
Minimum rata, 10c.
Tima-tabla tutijeot to change without notice.
Company not liable for delays, accidental or otherwise.
THR RXI
mummmmmmmmm
Lynn Valley Notes
(Espress special oorrejp'indwt)
Mr. Markel and family are'nettled In
'Mi boms qnTroihms'RpafJf
Mr. P. Westnver's nieca front Cab
gary is on a visit to Lynn Valley.
Mrs. and Miss MoHwain ot VanOou-
ver, a» the guests ol Mrs. Runts?!
Centre Road.
Building operations mill ooniintis
brisk, around the Valley. Several new
houses are being erected,
Mr, Mitchell ol South VanoonvaF is
erecting a small cottage on Church
Road near oar line,
A number ol berry pickers are journeying to tbe Valley each fin* day
as berries are very plentiful all Oyar
Ihu place thia year
A Iraol of land ia lining cleaved by'
Messrs. Smith and Dennis close to the
shingle mill for building purposes.
Mr, Robt. Brown and Mr. K. S,,ow
tpent tbe Pith in Victoria luting in
Ihe oelebratinn.
Mr. .1. Roberts and family art
camping ul Point firey, Mr, Rpburts
has a contract for a large dwelling at
the point.
Miss Gladys Kirkland, who has been
spending tlie summer wilh her motbei
anil wilh friends al derico Reach, loft
lor a cmite up coast.
Mr. Henderson has taken over tbe
well known bulcher stand of Mr. Ma
gsnnis and intends supplying a lirsi
class article lo all pulroni to hit
it ore.
Mr. R. Thompson's mother nl Washington, I). C, and his brother. Irom
California, are on a visit to bis ne.v
home, cor. Doran and Centre, Lynn
Valley.
Mr.  Williamson ol Alberta is on
trip lo the const.   While here  it is hit
intent ion lo buy a home lor his inn
ily and Ihe Vulley seems In lake his
lanoy.
Mrs. Robt. Brown and her two
dauglnVis, Mrs. F. McCarthy and
Mrs. Hobl. Harvey, ol Vancouver, lull
for Lungley lo ivlehrate her ton,
Henry's birthday lusl Wednesday.
Mr. Higgt ol Welaskiwin, Alta. was
lipi guest nl his sister, Mrs. Aubel,
I.) 1111 Vulhy. Mr. Higgt bus bought a
linn resilience ill Viutoria where he in-
limits limiting. 1
Mrs. Cooper and daughter Florence,
Kiltilaiio, spent lael Thursday on u
visit lo Mrs. II. Douglas. Mitt Cooper is recuperating alter a serinus ill
pass.
M.I. 1 iiinn Campbell ol Vancouver intends to have his land in Ilie vicioilv
of Frederick Itoad cleared. He pur
poses biiiihing ill ibe near Inline He
was looking over Iho ground last weak
and will shortly rail lor tenders lor
rough dealing.
Mrs. I',..I Hunter, Centra Road,
gave a birlInlay parly in honor ol
Miss Mildnil Douglas on Thursday afternoon on Iheir spucinin lawn. An
enjoyable lime was spent by all tb
young folk.
A iiiiiiiIht nf tin 11.1. Irom Vancniiver
of Mrs. Knrle, hibnei II.md, are en
joying Ihe summer month caui|iing in
Ihe Vulley. Tbit lorm of rccreution i»
becoming ipiile popular here.
Ileal   estate siyiiih to hold ils   own
in lbs Valley. Several Inls have Iwe
sold in different pnrls fnr new houers
In lie erected. A nuinlsr nf Inls hav*
lieen .lisp.*..I nl by Mr. la Ibiclittb;
of IL.-1 in Road, also a few on later
Itoad by Mr. J. Kirkland.
Two valuable dogt were killed last
week by an audi on Centre road
Out waa owned by Mr. Hiirllttl and
(he.iibei by Mr. II. Thuuptoo. Sav
tral eyt wil muses claim that the kill
ling might have lieen mm,I..I bill I.u
the luriou. driving ol the autoitli.
A cnlie.ll ol iiiiusutl in.nl waagiv
en al Si. Cltmtnl'i Hall, l.ynn Wl
ley, by Ihe I .adits' Aid Society of Ilu
rhurcliM on Wninr*day, July Mb, at
which ttanding room wat in demand
Hiei Taylor contributed a mitalion
.-nt 1)I.-I "Fidelity of Ihe Dog," which
met wilh genuine approval, ai also
did "Tht Dream of Paradise," a tong
reiid.nil by Mn. Campbell. "The
Flight ot Agn" sung wilh great led
ing by Mitt Naal deem-ei ipwitl in m
lion. Tht ■elections of Mrs. Simpson.
Mrt. Ilatltm, Mn. RtriMl and Mr.
Wilkinson were tsceplinnally  well  r.
reived.   Mr.  Scot I, a  violin  loloilt    O
unhpie ability, gave at an encore a
tplendid imitation of Ihe Scotch hag-
pipus. Mr. AiIhiiisi.ii, a comedian rendered "Idaho," a coon tong which
eiealed much diversion. Meatrt. Buckley and Robinson lieid Ihe audiencr in
roars of laughter whilst delivering 1
comic dialogue concerning l.ynn Val
ley. Mr. Sandall and Mr. futhm it
songs, and Mr, Robinson, humorous
risilations completed the program.
The piano was ably presided over by
Mn. Hflcb**t*r and Mr. Hailem, lb
assistant vicar, wat chairman. Th
Ihmks ot Ihe church are due Ihe W11
burnil; Piano House, N. Vancouver,
tor Iht nutria*)' is loaning tht piano
and alto gentlemen Irom Vancouvar.
IWri»bii»e»it s were provided and tht
latitat announce a surplus of about
140.00.
A bubIm ol ptweia who w.at to fhi-
lorit park on Wedsaaajay tvituag mn
ditappoinUd  as thsrs wat  no baud
JL
Correipondence
Undar ths bean" ol porrespotidBtiP* in
this istuo Is an intnresting. letlar frnm
tin secretary nl the H. 0. Boy Scouts'
haa,(|f|)iftrtsrs, Viotoria, nontaining m-
lormation ol interest to branphas ol
tba? organisation ibroiigboor tbs pro-
yinps.
Wltor V,xpm» i
Pear 8|r,-We shouhl be very much
obliged tn you if vim would help 111 to
make known througlyiut British Co)
n ml iin that all information with re
gard to Baden-Powall Boy Bsonts ii
this province may ba obtained Iron
us here aiid that all warrants and
badges must he obtained through this
office.
We aiii constantly hearing »f distant omitres not knowing wbbm tn apply to lor information, and ws feel
sura thai Ibe press of Hrilish Columbia WBI do thsir hast to help us to
organise the Hoy Smut movement In
thit large province.
Yours truly,
'; T. B. HENEAOE,
Hon.-Heorotnry.
CROSS-WniTI.EY
On Wednesday Ihe |3lh inst. Iho
marriage took place a( 03H lloitley
Avenue, Vancniiver, nf Miss Mugurot
Whitley, formerly of Si. ,T|iomis,
Nnrlh Dakota, to Mr. P. P. Cross of
Heaver Harbour, N. II. The Rev. II.
II. West performed the ceremony. 1 he
couple will come over to this lido of
Ihe Intel lo lake up their permaiiunl
reaidence.
Mrs. II. llollingcr nf Spokane is visiting her sunt, Mrs, Newman ul Cup.
ilano.
OBIC.INAt.ITY IN HCILDINfl
Jusl iis everyduy the nature Student liuils in the dwellings of birds
and beusls original construclinn features so il is iu Ihe building opern-
lions of man.
Possibly one ol Ilie most unii|llii
dwellings within the boundaries of Ihe
cily of North Vuncouver is tbut of a
small cottage recently constructed on
the waterfront. In form and interim
finish Iho dwelling confirms to the
type of nrihilerliire known ns shack
It is, however, upon Iho exterior wall
that Ihe originality ol the [milder has
lieen so manifest, for in place of the
I'umenlinnnl shingles or clapboards a
covering ol used malris paper is mil
iT"l For the uninitiated we may ex-
plain that malris paper is used by
printers in Inking a positive impree
lion Irom set type in onler that a
solid negative plate of stereotype may
he made from il lor use on a cylindrical torture.
'the owner of thu house in i|iieslinn
is lo be rongrnliilnlol on the existence nl the.only fnv outdoor library
in Ihe world. On warm afternoons ho
may lie suen lolling in the shade ii his
house reading from ils walls of the
many things contained thereon.
Plans lor the improvement of tho
harbor al Chrmpiilo, Corea, involve
the expenditure of t3,5ISI,ISSI and the
employment ol Ihooaands of laborers
for several years.
An indemnity of 10,04*1,1)00 will lie
.Icinninled of Mevico by the Chinese
government'lor the slaughter ol Chin-
eau sohjrrls on Tnrrniu, Mexico. A
Chinese cruiser is 011 ihe way lo Mexican wn>! roast polls.
Tbe lending esurrinuuiliil farm in B.
C. will be al Burnaby, near New Weal
minster. The provincial government
hat lei contrasts lor tVtOO.OOO worth
ol buildings lo Ih' creeled on the lurm.
Thr output nl the lierman shipbuilding yards in lulu waa 313 staiiimrs,
of 176,174 gross Ions und 6'i- to Bug
vessels ol o'l.iiTW tout ugainst 303
simmers ol 3!U,008 Ions uud 613 tailing  vessels ol 87,883 loll, ill  Vlfl.
One fellow is It/y and vv nidus ilu
dock, and wait* for the whialle to
blow1; and one has 11 hammer w th
which he will knock, and one Irlll a
stoiv ol wot; and one, if re.pititod
lo travel a mile, will meatiri Ilie
I* 1. li.-. and nsls; Imi one iloai hia
atari, with a whittle or smile he's
Ihe Man Who Miveri the flood..
TDK miivm MAN
There's a mall in Ihe world who Is
never turned down, wherever he
channel to it ray ; he get* tha glad
hand in Ihe populous town, or out
where Ihe farmers make hay -. lie's
greeted with pleasure on deterta of
sand, and deep in tin alalia of (ho
woods 1 wherever he goes (heiVs Ihe
welcoming hand -he's The Man Who
IMivrri Ihf Hoods.
The failures "f lift sit around and
complain ; Ihe gods hav/n'l Irr.tei
ilniii while; they've lost lhair mu
hrisTas whenever lliwv't rain, »'»d
Ihey haven'l their lafltern* at night;
men lire ti th* lailure* who SB wilb
lhair tight th* air o4 iheir own
neighborhood!; tbtiVs a loan »hni'
grtsUd with loveligbtad *>»t- V» (I.t
Maa Who Wivars lb* Ooodt.
mmmm.
BUILDERS'
Is what we wish io call your attention to, our line is complete through-'
out.
We have ju»t opened up a line of
Locks direct (wm 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
Pint St. and Lonsdale Ave., North Viuicouver
t
TAKE NOTICE
tmmnmmmmnnmnmmmnmmmmm
THAI' tlie Civic Information and Labor Bureau is now
open for the Convenience nl liniployers ;iml Employees.
l/inployers are requested to take advantage of tlie Office
when requiring lielp.
Phone 321
W. B. HOOD, Secretary,
14 Lonsdale Avenue,
North Vancouver,
McMillan's for money savers
A PEW OP OllU I'HICHS-COtll'AHE TIIKU WITH A(tV.
•Sugar, tiriiiiiilutod, 18 Ih. tuck ...11.00
'fun, Hcltillun't :t III. lor  $1.00
linking Powder, f,'<il«lyke llrund—
full 16 oji. tin   Inc.
I'.ilir..  vvImiIii rout und frmlily
iirouiul, per II) Vn.
linm, funry  migur curwl |ier Il|....'i0c
CiiiiiiikI PrulU, ilelieiiiim I'nliliiiiiii
I'tart, I'riirhiM, Apricots and
llii»|ilicrrioi, per tin     30«.
I'icklei, fine Engliili pleklet, |i*r
hollle  Mo.
llui 1 i'i, truth made, New /.calund
:t Hit II.0D
j. a. & m. McMillan
 Phone 20	
CUT PRICES
ON YOUR
DRUG NEEDS
"■■■■•■•psa^iap**"! I   1     1  ui'mnmmkmwinmm
You save money by trading at this store
llaby't Own Soop     ( 2ta hox
-Catloria  36c
Alli'iiliury't I'uiid  ttic
NwIIm- Pood  1 i-V
Syrup ol IfypoplioHphiitM    Wk1
H.11IH1 Helta Ik  2 lor2V
I'jioi' Halt  iV
Hynol Soap  2te
Warm Weather md Bathing Supplies
Sponget     Ilk: to tt  Sub
Wnl«r Wiogt ISOcpuir
Koopt Irom  I0o lo vSRc fohp
Clininoit from   10c to B ern^i
Wuth Cloths    10c suit.
Almorbeijl Ctilnn ihit wpok ...Mc Hi.
North Shore Drug Co.
ESPLANADE WEST
P. S. THOMAS, Phm.B. Ztt
a f*w doort woat ol the I'ott Olliii'.
'ioods delivered lo nny part ol city.
I'bone )ii House I'bone %%t
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