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 Volume U
Vauoquvih, B.C., Pbipav, Apim 88, 1911
Number 16|
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BUREAU OF INFORMATION
The Joint Civic Advwtiaing Committee held a meeting on Tuesday
evening at which there waa a good
attendance ol re|ireeentativse. two
advertiiing propositions were submit-
li-il lor consideration, neither of which
nict with acceptance. Hr. .1. W. Dnn-
iiIiIhuii brought lurwaril a proposition
whipli had been previously lAvocated
it the Board nf Trade by Aid. lln
ili-muii, namely that ol establish n( l
local public bureau of iiiforiiiatiun ..ml
ill a comprehensive speedi, point. .1
out the avenues along which such a
bureau would operate and the immoii.s
lii-ni'lilii that would lie derived therefrom. The propositioa was discusi>eil
by the Committee and met with unanimous approbation, ll was practically deckled that the resuiirces nf
Ihe committee for this year ba -tuvol-
ed in the first instance lo, carrying
out this project, und the chairman,
Hr. A. il. I'erry, together with Aldermen Hcllae and Ilmderson were appointed a committee !» approach the
councils and to gather data to be
submitted at a meeting to be held ou
Tuesday evening nest.
Wilh reaped to the application of
the Haplu l.oals Limited, a Vancouver
Lacrosse Club, playing under the name
ol the North Vuncniivers, for a subsidy of one thousand dollars, which
was referred In the Joint Civic A.I
verlising Committee by the city council, the committee r cionim. ml. d thul
no action lie laden.
iur 41 Anne* aad
» anai 4ii4, m>
runabout, uiiiniuuliilii
horse,   tbia   ituittie Bin
lea  most impnBtuiui  oil nthe anmmwt-
numU ia. the gsattan isttt mwmme mg-
geated by Kauai luuaaK.       Bbe  «%
council  will.
at an nurly
Hrs. J.. (£.. atiimaiiiu, .'ttdJ mtmt,, .mill
not rumvu ugnui. unlall tlinuiwi aiiuiiw.'.
Met. C. K. Ernie, HUI. mmm ami,,
will not oeseivu. llumduu una .again
thia
BUILDING PERMITS
The pust week has .h„wn uiiiiac-
lory uelivity in building and Hr.
Fuglor hus been busy issuing |- ■ iani ■
lo those who ure cultivating tho do-
mcslic spirit. The billowine; ais
those to whom permit, have htm issued   since 'April Hist;
lli.ii'l.miin it Kerr Hilling I',,, iip a
wareboiisu uud ollice on their >»liarf,
So.tlKI.     <
W. V. Hay lur u bungalow •> i Hllh
ttrttt.
lien, Slovens, shack un - .ih .in.-ct,
SUM.
I'.   Sloven.,  dwelling   uii Joili »iniil
two.
.1. A. Harris, dwelling ou 'JFth
slreet 13060.
Alexander LeW, lur two dwellings on
Eighth street and Bidgeway Acinic
rcspeclively, 11,600.
Win. C|irric, collude on -lhth .treat,
|800.
Archie Jameson, dwell.ng un -Jiith
tlrnet, IS00.
.1. If. Kngli.h, huiiiac i,n .--nili. il in.I
Ave., 11,400,
North Vancouver Coal und Supply
Company, Habits nn F.plun.ide.
1760.
Hr. Kir Hi, collage on Aider, W.hNl.
-John Storey, for home.- i u Keith
lloud, {1,(100.
HI (II  AIM) AIMH T NOTHING
William .-hiikm|»-.ii.'. immortal
play "Mmli Ado About Nothing," was
presented ihii morning in ihe police
court in a lumewhal modiliad Sum
whon Ihe alleged assault case againit
Hr. Hyeri ul Norlh I ..a> >i .1-- wa.
beard I.■Inn- J, l''s. *.,,,.|. ami V, i.
min. The inlnrinuliun »„. i.u.l by
Hr. Dyers, a neighbor, lhal Hysrs
hu thrown u .lone while he iByar.)
wai engaged in the |Kactful ouupa
Unit iJ measuring his lot. Tht svi-
denos was hi a measure cuntraaiiotnry.
Hr. Hull, lawyer lur the plaintiff, presented some brilliant argument, mi l»-
Inill ol bis client. The wivts of both
parties iuvolvod and a Hr. Abel w.ie
also called upon In give ewriance. Alter .nine roiisidi'i ut mn un the port 4
the Court, Hr. Hycrs was bound uf.tr
lo kea-p the peace, ordering him In
find  sureties lo the sinnull   uf *o"'>
If'uy, t l|wed demon, capt ureal >>'.
Officer Otudin on Ihe Capilam Bawl
last Sunday waa lined IHS and Mmm)  '
Met. .1. O Williiuiua-.iri Uiunadilli-J^c.
left, ou on swtMndladt uauj' tin tSbr lai-
loet anil (fumbanttui,
dty.
A pool auiiaih Hu tHa- iiaWynuuebgi
ot North. Vaiwuiiwaw ailll H« hdlll as
-limes' until cniiin. limn
grocery ,au lliueello/ uigjiii. Uila
will go JrM- goiuba,.gusn. .Hull tiaaifflatl.
The B. t SMaaimu wuh irtu. u Jll
minute suhudulu tuuu. ntia Han oi 'may
lo uiuiform- wish, one- am* lUnuRjahk
pasead ac che lust; uuaBug ill .tluiiui
ry .lirucCoj*
.•"red Street, i-iiu imtinuliuul adiu
thi'euirtiii.l die ur.iipsiu.iu .itiiin, il.iam
Valley U.u.il. wuii a> lluudad *« ul-ui.
got thirty duy* heiiiTO SUinwUiitu.
Wood .uut biir.iuum uu. twmttl ■
The Ilea boya wua unruuiaiticauad   on
two   miiiaaiiiu. Waetiiaarllni   tim    auuiil I
bu.li lives at the annua at tl.iiai  .ind
Huhuu   .uut the .irhani aai Uml atoaul
near thu .hapinaae Dan Kniuiuue,.
The i iiiini'iiiliiiiiiUii  oi tin mam lu'
cliii-i .iiiiuiiii.«li ui isiu tlaa- aiiuiiuntiiii
last -night uafcmu. fits a au>u.ur mami
leal sugine, init\t anuma uali udiiu ion
ol eapuoauat Su ** on annum, *u»
held iiv« oturnmf a gaannuil imp i
u.,11 which ih. tim .uiuuautt* will
make on ftiuday aaae.
Hr. t. W. ILmplmi ouiiuaall buna
frum Vuiuiou nmuniilu wuibbi tin JalU
lx-.ii altsnaling che nmer.u oi i«n un-
ihsr. Be. I.diu I. SUiaui.. «on- uaau-
lu hu, duath m a uaaunvami ui.ierieri
out ni.iiiiii-r .oni,- um ii,o itiu. tiurti |
w.1.. i.muit in tlm Ic i*-e .m'-ui «uih tin
murk. ..I .i .e.up w-uuut uu,bi ins
head.
Holla or N.irrh   Vlauiuuiuairilw   tsill
ruanl with iui.ir.Mi i-iiu .auuniuiioaamaiii oi
tbe muriiiaga .if aV   S\Ov.uiil Haffion.
Miniur niamher nr lata, thai, irl Muhim.
Hct.iii.iuil * Stsuau   „t un   ntx   ui
Vanc.iiiv.r. auii Dananiaraii irf dtii Hortii
V ,,nii,iiv..r  toalit audi lauynu'-uuiailll fin
In  Hnaa  I iliuui I'litonw   ilnniiBid    uf
I hi. inly.     Ik* ataaaiiay *.u> ,|«iri<irn,
ad .it  i hiwi. i'linndl »luauasuin    Han-
mum, by  Bev   i'    ii    ittwun. xwnm.
on Wealuawha-y iuucinni( uj, m» jntaauia-
of only  Che unauaaliuni auiui'M» irl tie
eoui rant mu Uni-taw.    %i   1111O Hi. Ha
linn   warn  niii.jniiia  iliueeBuns. "■'  ti"
uiWiinnn le.un hie tow. lurk aebaua
tliey will wii i.i  aliiijiminJ auukiB. ,an
.Meniiud i.nu- ..r tiu>i||« .)•■■'' mu.    In
their r.iura. i.i VaniiHiuuaa
iiisift iu dm J.ml. nine •.urid. daaad
broke ami .Isegiuu; in, mn. mielm tliat
praaentaat irae* auuk. at tiaaaataatne,
. i.nt., tu.', t un* al mu tarn aai a
girl, ail m the ausmay 4 m ymm4
aajt, wen snuaaile* in jaeaasaini tmtim
limg ua el t*e llu» aai liiiaast's
ernunta ia- Isms tl *» UsaMl. I'he
ihrm hail mum, am* TaWNumaa- ami
tea away mom turn a mtitu tim
ago Dae el tat S»e» Jtiiaaidal to
marry the iPiitl audi Hmt tauutt. *he
uther haty aiiwg a* jnuieuaauui IW
.nl. .uf the ipt* aum liiruiadl uul leal
evaaiag same .ia* inn lion ITiu enmnt
men hurt a huaeiuu; WW MtjMt mn
Sam thu mnsuoni .ihui'imti aawt »*■
groaay. tola mm* amn mmatwlat un
til
CABBY LAURIER-"You can protest all you like, but I'm boss of this outfit."
IHI'HOVKHKNTS  IN   Kill I    IK, III
im; aitaiia i i.-,
Fin Cbial Turoir, Its* ol i'nljuy,
hat loil no lint ia reeoemeadiflg tha1
much needed additional Hia J.kia;
apparatet to Ihe firs eoaaaiila with
an urgent wjuaet tbtt tat toaw hs
purchased tt in etrly data. Tha aro-
curing of i motor chemical atiria»,
i'ombination wilh h»ee reel taaatity,
ISO gillont ol cheminl tad l/m bmt
of biuM j the putting isto ettiw ol Ike j
roiirfiination wagon Sow al atitfat I:
station ; Ibt intitllttioa of a '.star |
wall firs alarm lyeteat; that Am m
mote men bs edoad lo tat stel;.Hal!
two teams more of horeee In atiaAsi '
ni fm tht eervict tad Ihat akiaw a\
mum uvititii wm
mmm.
The ndUmmi m *m tmuinu <«J W
pit  tUtmmm tmt  \imm  »aueauver
high    selbMl   fc*   tjfar   tarn
at Kaatar.    Iht lawint aaa
frma oaaaaattua* mU .Im^stkamM
wanimat
M
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wsrwa council busy
Considerable business was transacted ul the district council lust evening.
The entire council was proaenl as well
a. uu audience ol ratepayera who had
i.iiiie lo listen to Ihe various dclibem-
liuua id Uie Board.
I aimaaiamdatice !
A ii-Milutiun was rorcived Irom the
uitj council passed tl It.l Holiday'.
uuaiiing for the widening of the Capil
in,,. Komi, Ihe cily lo control th
right of way for pi|w line on Ihe rnu I
uud will belli I In- i-xpcii-i- of Ihe wid
mini: to 1-3 ol llie cull, providing ihe
third .hail- does not i xi'j .-.I Will I. In
Uie eveul, however, of the coet ol tlm
mad «u,ceading tbi.e timo. this
(.in.iiii.i llie ..fi. a ol $11,6110 will mill
be bald out.
Hr. Ales, l'hilip. president ol ihe
Hoard nl Trade, wrote as a reprtun
luini- ad lhal body ami uskid I lint n
■mull wharf be crccti-d nl Kigle Hur
bor ioi the convenience ul the liuwi
bound eleamor. and rtsid bis on Ih
harbor This was referred lo Ihe B.
id Stork..
Bool Heid, ihe road .uperinlondcnl
who has been Ibe lame ol contention
boi*urn, the actiag-reevc and his coun
oil in the matter id Ihe cneineer, aoul
lu. formal resignation to ihs Board
and aaked to be relieved Irom his du-
liat aa toon a. poaiible. Tho naign.-r
4.ii,i> was aaxeplad and Hr. Boid will
be relieved of his duties on the first
)Amay.
In lit left* from ibe Lynn Valley
Beie|ia>ur.' Amudtlion rrcuuimcndu
turn, uurt- prueisitod thai procautioni
I. iiiki-u as tu fire in Ihe Valley. iVl
preiiou. uiimu had b on taken by tbe
cuuncil in regard lo Ihii mailer il was
laid over ponding reply lo lormei cor
icoiHiudaau* whidi evidently bad not
been received.
A caaBaplainl u to (he uii.aiiilaiy
cuiidnjous ia the l.ynn Valley schools
waa referred   la, Ihe srhoul   board
l^nui Inula, maili- Ibe lollowing rc-
iiiaiiaimaltlioni: Thai re the widening id I .medal, avonet ttcp. should
be tukaiu lor Iht two pio|Hity owners »io had iWusad lo settle lo mVtff
tuittr By mulhrn id ( oun. Hrid."
■ua »he mailer wu referred ll Ihe
Board oi Worki to aae il an amiccble
aaiuiamew  ouuid not be arrived „t
lhal irnithe. be called lor Ibt ui lining U> Mil last of I -onadale Ave. ll
tbc notth-aaal mid ol Ihe par. site,
»nb the piuviw, that Iht owimn ol
l»u houses wfaidi would nn -s.irny
haut 4a ht moved be appr.iai.incl »n
the tttjiinl. Tht • linear wat int.ruct-
ed Ut call lor lander, lorlhwith.
Ihat the B. C. Telephune Ikms
paay ha coaimunicilad with aiking
to eeamrit the council .brn ditto bt tracted in ibe
Approved by Uu '•-. incil
thai a minimum flirt 'tr
the dietrict bt II iV) |<!
I profit mi work, of loth* riiy lie
li iMpmvttuntt in'the ouj-
tfimt iHriati U Ihis rittltrthllR
fmm mm itriraatad I, |».;i,«r» ral.i-
■Maat atmaaom 4 r.tk mudiing.
Coaa ffaal raaaauatadid that 'ht
.aaa* pi iimI ia tht aatYMtary loraitl-
Saiat tar Sat appliealion of a w,i.r i*
aaal ai dm mat Kr Mmbtr (Vt. Mill
at taaat Mai. 4 awtioa 14 Hoi
afaat mat tarrttd
Ika tulier  of  a Aftltlon   U> lb.
ollh.Hort.fcmo. w..W
of   thi
council by motion ol Coun. Bridgnun.
It was decided lo purchase lot '16,
district subdivision 665, Irom Hr. Irwin lor park purposes for the sum of
16,400 comprising about Ibree teres
on the recommendation ol Councillor
Thompson.
St. Charlee Cream, 9 lurge tine lor
II at tltc Up-to-date Urocery.
An Italian ol unklown name nr
rested by the pulicc un Wcdncsilay was
proiiounccd insane by lw„ physician,
yeiterduy and will be tent lo the tiy-
luiii at New Wcsiiniiist.'i.
Hr. Mmm, an employee ol the
I'ony Ksprcsi suffered t painful accj-
dont by having hii finger savored by
an ate on Wednesday last. Dr. New-
combe attended the patient.
The local yacht club ia desirous ol
having a lew addilionul members I
swell lire numlier of their select few.
A corking limo in Ihe way of pleasure
will be the lot ol those who belong lo
Ihe club Ihis summer, us a fine pr
grunt has been prepared.
WELCOME
PABLOBfcJ     CHANGE
HANDS
Tlto Welcome I'arlon, su succeaslully
opcrulod by   Hr. John IHcrr.on   for
some  limo have been  join b.iMil  by Hr.
John Civorly, formerly ol I'orl Hope,
Ontario. Hr. ('overly haa hud Ihe ex-
peril-nil' ol II yi'in. in the grocery and
cimleotionery buiineii and may liccs-
isrh.I lo give the Inn ni ol ibese
previoui year, in supplying elrictly
firs! cia.a giK.li lo Ihe buuacholda-r ol
North Vancouver. The already com
inislioii. welcome parlors will be thoroughly renovated ,iiid new fillures
and lacililics will be inslnlled. When
this is done t first cits, place lor Iht
young man lo lake hi. girl and indulge in Ihe innocent and plea.urable
pailimo of a loto-a-letc wbiiat while
routed ili.|.'ii.n. ply him wilb ice
cream and soda water id a delicious
order lu cool hit ardour.
i'llron. ol the Welcome I'arlon in
Hr. Dierroon'i regime ai well t. other,
should give Hr. Cavdry a call aad
give Ilic general eiccllmice ol bis
goods e try out.
THE (IKH I III- A I ill-
The program al Ibe ficm for Friday
and Btturday bu the .nine carefully
•elocled enterinining tnd moral tone
ol all tho previoua one., which a per-
sonsl selection by Hr. Veoner warrant l. It is jusl a I rifle mora later-
oeling, e shade mors enlertainiag or a
bit funnier, that's all, and the JO-onl
invettor in a (>cm lickct aure gett dividends from bit in veil mini whidi the
dibbler in rul eetaic or high finance
never dreams of. Ttjt following tre
iht carefully aeleclcd .ubjecl. lo be
prtteolad tooight arid UMaortow titer
noon and evening : <
"At tht Wbilt Mta'i Door"-A|i Indian drama lull id adventure tad
thrilling nl nation..
"Mr. Nil tt Mardi 0rtt"-A e<na-
edy of the ordor which never laili |o
eitrtot a, laugh from tvw tht moit
•laid tin toltaa.
"Baby Bel" ml "Foolthead Jaue"
-Two rillling good contdite guartn
hud to tickle tyeryone inio lie appqe-
dtlios of Hn*. Ibat.
"Wonders of Nature"-,A eeriee of
teenie beauty lahaa Iron variout mp
ANNUAL METHODIST BANQUET
The unuual buinpii't ol tho Holhn-
The annual Iwn.piel of the Metli
odiil church which wus bdd lost
evening waa a delightful function,
thoroughly enjoyed by Ihe lurge company which mil ndiil, The tables hail
been arranged by the Ladies' Aid und
the senior Epworlh I - .i,-n, They
were laden wilh material for a duiicc
repast and were taalcfully decorated
After full justice hod been done to Ihe
escclicnt supper, the toast list wtl
proceedetl with under the chuirmun
ship ol Bev. W. C. Schlichlcr, pustor
ol tho diurch. Addresses were delivered by D. Sell, K. W. I n-.-.uii. E. W.
KiMilcymdc, Goo. II. Hunlcn, J. II.
hillni, 11. C. Alesander and William
Towneley. A ipecial apiwul lur sub-
scriplions lo the general luud ol ihe
diurch met wilb oncouraging response
which will go far Inward enubling Ihe
Hoard. In moot present nl.ligations.
At .i meeling ol thc yacht didi last
evening ihe dale of the local race ol
thc North Vancouver club was sot
lor thc did uf Hay. Tho race will be
over lho inner coureo ol the hurbor.
A heavy truck belonging to HcDou-
gull -billons, engineers, broke through
a drain culvert im 1st street Ibis 'if-
ti-iiioon and were detained somo lime
More tlto wheels could bo extricated.
mmP**mmtwmwemmpWwmjwm»wi
Canadian Verse
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THE CANADIAN! ON THE NILE.
By William Wye Smith.
[Bat. William Wye Smith ol St
Cithirinet wu born In Scotltnd In
Ib37 Ht it chiefly known tor hii Nc*
Teettmenl io Broad Scotch. He also
wrett l volume ol poems published in
MU, Irom which Uw following it
lahaa]
0, Ibt Bait it but Uie Witt, with tht
wa a little hotter;
And Ibe pine becomes t p.lm by thi
dsrk  Egyptian water;    •
And Iht Nile'i like many t atreun we
know that Alls iU brimming tup;
Well think it ii Ihe OUawa u we
trick the biltetux up I
Pall, pull, poll I ■* *• trick tbt
b.lli'iui  up I
It'i easy thootiag lioiuewtrd when
we're it tht top.
0, the cedir and Iht spruce Uut each
dark Cenidith river;
But the thinly data ii here,  where
Ihe sultry tunbetmt quiver;
And tht mocking mirage spreads iti
view afar on either hand;
Bul lining wt bead tbe sturdy on
towardi the Southern Itndl
Pull, pull, pull I m wi trick   tht
betlraui up I
It'i etty ehootiog boattwiid what
we're it tht topi
0, we're tracked the Rapids up, tad
o'er many t inirttge creating;
And it'i often iuch we're tetn, though
•o loud tbt wtvee tre totting I
Una il't homeword when tbt run ii
o'er I o'er ttrram tnd oeetn deep-
To bring the memory of the  Nile,
where the miple ihidowi sli-up I
Pull, pull, pulli m wt track Uu
baUicUix up I
''l&mlRt**?"*when
Sad il ye| mtf <**» to i-itt lhal ths
beartt Mf ptndi u> letdy
iiUi"irlU,l H$ t
topsiu Kim Iht
non Ihe Nile I
,jtfj!l! u we Ir,,.* fhe
rjtetyH Ik**™* 'fat
we'tf St t|k| Iff I
I
NEW SERVICE FOR MAY FIRSTj
Mayor Reproves Mr. J. Williams'
The lorry directors met lor the first
time since that memorial event ol lust
Friday end in spite ol the terrible
times which thoy have ull experienced
prcsuiiled the familiar^ aspect ol ibo
samo old smiling bunch.
Tho principal event ol tbo afie.nonn
was tbe submitting by tbo manegir ol
the new time table to take effect on
May 1st embracing the 30 minute service. Tho first boat will leave Nurlh
Vancouver on woek days at u t.m.
At 7 p.m. the old schedule will lie if
verted to. Last>bont, 13.16 a.m. Sunday-lit boat. 7.30, last boat 13.46.
Vancouver—1st boat loaves on week
days 6.30 a.m. Last hunt  1 a.m.
Ur. H. CI. Watt of Vuneouver wrote
asking that a sepurate oabin lor tho
iibo ol tho laboring foroignor I e ip-
.■.lulled on the boats owing to tho inconveniences ,■> pel me'-.I by the otlii'i
passengers of having their delicate
senses disgusted wilh thoir pr.iltiiuity.
As this proposition wee not considered feasible owing lo Ihe preiett
stress ol expenditure the Infer wul
filed.
The manager reported I hit thu
clock purchased somo timo ago by tho
Hoard wuuhl ho in pmitioii lij the 111
of Muy.
Ur. Larson recommended Ihut miiie
provi.ioli be mude lor n. u ;n ■ alter
(he employees of the bouts in a mori
considerute manner.       The ntw M'bl-
■1U la-     WOtlld     lllul.e     Iho     .ule.in'v     long
hours of lho crows longer uml it wai
advisable that something be done in
lho matter, ll was dcciJod I.i lake
this up allor tho manager liml made
a i ep"i i on it. -
it wu. de, id,si thut alter tltc few repairs lo No. 3 lorry had boon completed thu old North Vancouver would be
put on tbo ways and overhauled u
her boilers woro in need of repair.
Jn connection with the repairs to
this bout lho manager recommended
lhal somo ullorutions be mudo is lbs
deck continuing the upper deck ull lho
wuy round und dispensing wilb tha
gangway thai now joins lho lure nnd
ull purl.. Hr. Heard said that tbt
ropuir. in connection wilh the boiler
would cost iu lho vicinity ol 1300. A
motion to tho ntiove effect by Mr. Larson was carried.
The manager was instructed to put
permanent tops on tbo pontoons without fm i ii.-r delay.
A request lor t donation towardi
llie liorso Show by the Horticultural
Association was laid over until il wus
scon whul thu dty and district council! would do in regard to limilar re-
qucill. ,'
Following dense Minimus' remark
that he thought (he architect's report
as read at the investigation lust Friday was nnl the samo as was shown
lo the press, Mayor McNeiih preecnt-
od indispiitiiblo ladi tu ihe director
which, mudo bim rolracl Ihis ststs-
nieiit The mayor also .poko to Mr.
Williams about airing a colored description ol complaints, etc., before
any dtizen Ibat found timo to listen
lo him on the public strueti- "I lull
you Jouii Williams tbtt you fit
worse Ihtn to old woman lor gossip,
ping," were tbe muyor'. words. lit
also liked Hr. Williams lo preient fail
griovancei ol this nature Inline the
Board before taking thorn myeterioutly
outside and giving people an in|)ici-
sion that Ibero wus something wroi^fV '
Mr. William., among ottvir tningi,
uid in hii il.Jei.se ihat ho would be a
lelllale il the occasion arose and spoke |
ol bit defense ol Manager ll"ii d nl tht
investigation matting as iiwwinu lie af
fairneei to lho lerry boa id
Tho mjnutes wero conned -J prcvit us
moorings to ascertain uhe.lier Mr. Williams' statement with ritguil to Ihs
secret session, which he fi.nl u'cujud
the Hayor oi having with Ihe diif*
tori wu well fa.iiinl.il and il «u
lound linos Ihe regime J llio priiiflt
obtirman that om- mni eommitlti,
meeting had boon hold llapromjla-
tivee ol tho prcu pieionl enrrubo'ut-
ed these led..
By motion ol Direclnr I'uine it tui
decided lo forwtid n copy ol the n)U)*
ttttl of I'u.ii iiiK'ting lo lh» ffsia-
ptyon' Aiiocintioti. Thii woi pallid
titer objection by Hr. Larion tbtt tb»
IS pent. i|»i.i each year in posttgs
was tbt people's money tnd ut e.iy-b
ihould nol bt wasted.
Two vtcuum dianeri u umrl Jn the
Emproes C. P. B. boetn will b» billed in both Ihe SI, Oeorg* am) Ho. +
t, "detslinem being ntrt to fjptf.
lineee" being ibe thought tfparmoit
fat tbt minds 4 tbt directors js Ihe
oowiderslion of thlt matter, fit )n-
tttHtlion ol ifacae two dianeri ttm*
runov. ajeoh of *t cam. f»r %
many compliinti Sfca* b»r» °f
bam reesivtd Irof
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THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C,
^ French Foulards
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IN VARIETY N
These Silks are all double width and
the designs are new ami exclusive.
Tbe oolleotiou in the largopt that we
have ever shown.
At $1,80 » yard--.Navy and black
foundation with white designs, polka
dot, link, key, shadow cheek, rosebud
.  and hairline stripes,      •
At $1.75 a yard—Poulard silks in pale
blue, old rose, prunelle, white, blook,
reseda, kings' blue, etc., in a wide range
of new patterns.
At $2.00 to $2.50 a yard-Foulard
Silks in individual dress lengths, handsome colors and newest designs.
At $2.75 and $4.50 a yard—Bordered
Foulard Silks in an exceptionally good
range, among which one may easily And
a choice in color and design. They are
in exclusive dress lengths.
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Gordon Drysdale, Limited
57,5 Granville Street. Phone 3541
Tht above is the llieet addition tn
North Vancoitvetij modem business
blocks and Ie the beet building to be
eroded in the oity to date. It stand.
on the smith east comer of Lonsdale
Avenue end Firit street and is really
two buildings, the corner M»|ifi«g to
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W, T. STEIN &, CO.
CHARTERED 	
. ACCOUNTANTS
J19 Pender street, Vancouver
and
Norlh Vancouver
BATHb
Kallethe's Bath
Cormr Homer and Pender Sts
The only up-to-date and reli-
abls bath house iu British Columbia.
Ws cure where others (ail.
f atisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plaia baths, electr|c Imt In,
shower baths, massage for body, scalp and face f electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS. KAU.ETHE, PROP.,
fraduate of Berlin, Germany
BUSINESS COLLEGES
8PR0TT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings Bt. W.
Canada'a Ortlttat Wa.i.rn School
t. J. Sprott, B.A., - -Manager
PITMAN'S
iuftlne** College
i31 Seymour St., Vancouver
Day school open all tbe year
round. Night school commenc-
et September 8tb.
Read   the  Express
WANT ADS.
UDII6' HAIRORESSING
PEBMANENT IIA1 ii WAVE
Every lu.ly longs to have wavy hair.
It i« now within tbt reach of every-
oat. For soma year, out hair hat best
permanently waved, but tht process it
bad to undergo wat too seven lor it
to bs applied to hair on tht httd,
but now icienoe ha. discovered t au-
thod by which tha hair can bt wtv.d
without injury lo hair or ictlp. The
wave will not wash out tnd damp
weather will not affect it. Tbi pro
ceee leaves the heir toft tnd wavy. It
hat become tbe rtgs in l'trit, London tnd all ths large citiee ol tat
States. Special rales lor ons month.
Any information regarding tha work
will bt gladly given to any ladiu who
will call or write lo
MADAME HUMPHREYS,
703 l'euder Street.
QROCEdS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
RUBBER STAMPS
THE GEO. H.   HEWITT CO.
Manufacturers
MraiiiK kiikrkk mm
Sign and Price Markers
io Fairfield Bid.      Fone l-ivji
RIAL (STATE
Sfifiiriliflu Oorjioralioii lid
440 Seymour Street?
REAL ESTATE
UNI) AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENT
ESTATES   MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgate — Manager
RIBTAURAMTB
All North Vancouver people .at at
LEONARDS'
Either Flack Block or Htstings St.,
oppoiitt the new poet office. Leonard
sells his tea by the pound.
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SASH     DOORS    MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETf., ETC
HIJRKAKD SASH * IHJOR IACTOHY, foot of St. QWfM
Wt eolicit 1 trill bid on your Orders until or Isrge
We operate the only padded furniture ud piano
moving vsn in tlie city. , ,
N. ft Cartage Co.
f taosdalt Avi.
Ss» 1
lho Dank ol Hamilton tnd tht tou-
tliern imrlion to Mr, >). (1. Keith. The
latter portion i. now practically com
pletad and Messrs. l'ieroe and lloll
have Iflkon posietiiiin of thoir stiile
on the first Hoar. The Rank ol Hamilton eipecti to occupy the new banking office nlioul June lit. f
ma
Lynn Valky Notes
(Espress special correspondent)
Mr. Keely end family are occupying
their raw'home on Frederick lload.
Mr. Wm. Wilkinson has moved jn
to hii new residence on Centre Road.
Mr. Archibald's new house on Doran Road will soon be ready lor occupation.
Relatives ol Hr. J. Mclptyre are on
a visit tn the Valley for a fow
weeks.
Miss Hardy, it is expected, will re-
sums Iter ilutios hi Lynn Vuilay school
nest Monday morning.
Mr. Hayter and family have moved
back lo the Valley, taking up their
residence in Ihe cottage on Fromme
Road.
At lasl Westover Road is coming into its own. Some heavy blasting
bus had In be done us Iho going is
heavy.
The quarterly board meeting ol the
Methodist church will be held tit the
boms ol Mr. Sugden nest Saturday
evening.
A large number of pcoplo visited the
Valley last Sunday, some to hjmiiiI the
day with friends, others out for a
good airing and not a lew looking up
real estate. ,
A number ol housos aro being . connect,,! with Ihe electric service nuw
being installed through the Valloy.
Mr. Cilliphronas is making a socially
ol wiring houses or stoves lor electric service.
Mr. ('ruwfnrd's saddlu horse mat
wilh an accident on Ihe Pipe Line
llund las! week, being cut in (he fool,
but we are ablo to report Ihat the
vuluublc animal wus in no way injur
ed, lho cut only |wnelruling the flish.
I'lsns are drawn for a Broom bungalow to Im built 'or Mr. Albert
Goodull in the vicinity ol Ihe cur Ijne
tl lho head of Hoskin Road. Quite
a wt I lenient is building up near Mr.
Cloodall's property. Several upplica)
lion, are in for city water service.
Last Saturday afternoon a very su-
ceislui birthday ptrly was hold on the
spacious lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Mugen-
nis in honor ol I heir young daughter,
Madeline. The groimdi prorated an
enlivened appearance with the throng
4 young folk, enjoying themieli'oe in
til kindi of gtmot which   wire   hold
BBS
during the afternoon until supper
time.. A pact nf tha lawn was risirv-
td lor tablet which wen prettily do-
et)iu!«i end held many good things
milch in il.e delight of all the young
folk. A number ol vary tieelul present! were receibed by the young- hostess Irom her many young girl friends.
The hippy event closed in time lo allow the children to reach their homee
belore dark.
Drawer's XI, Dread, n cents ,ppr loal
at the I  10 date Grocery.
WASH GOODS
GENUINE SCQTPH UJNQHAMS,  our own importation io   l'laiu
Bhumbraye and Checki, epeoiiil per yard  , HI".
82-ipoh PRINTS, good heavy quality,  light  and dark colon, ipeoitl
per yard  .' ,  10o,
DREBH MUSI.INS, plain and luiioy  Dimity  stripes,   also  dots end
crossbars, price   lOo and 16c.
A large assortment of Victoria I.uwni, Indian Linens, l'ereiun 1/awns,
Naisooks, Organdies, etc.
Button! oovorud from your own material-all lines.
iril-t
J. J. McALEECE
Keith Block Lonsdale Block
LONSDALE AVENUE COB. lfith and LONSDALlS
Phone OS Phone 166
TWO (STORES
I100TLEGGE1I SENTENCED
Two oases were heard belore J. J.
Woode J.P. and Mayor McNeiih thii
morning, the most important ol which
was tbat ol Edward Du s ch r.ed with
supplying liquor lo liidiuns. Tho man
was arrested by Constable! Prima ind
Shannon in an Indian's house on 17th
street with liquor on the table in
Iront ol him- Tho evidence 9I Mary
Colo, Queen ol (he False Creek saservo,
in defence of lluss was Ibal some unknown man had walked into Ihe house
previous lo the arrival ol Rues, laid
the liquor down upon the table tnd
departed wilh lho nliecrvatinn thai lie
would return shortly. On his urreet,
however, Buss had admitted lho own
ersbip ol t dash ol gin oni as II iy
haa sworn Ihat this was left by the
other unknown man her testimony did
not carry much weight.
Tho Mayor, alter admbiiiloring a
very seven roprimund to Miss Colo re
her Attnunias like tendency t„ dislocate Ihs truth, pronounced interna OR
Run ol 1511 uml costs or sixty days in
gaol. Tho other ease was John Ilium
iii-n-il ol Vancouver, charged with being drunk on the public streets Mr.
Ilrummimd lullnws the calling ol real
estate vendor. On Monday In came
over Irom his native burg lo drink in
tbo bounties uf the ('npiluno and ipir-
itus frumonlii as supplied adjacent lo
that must ei piece of nature's handiwork and hud evidently forgotten
thai his hoi*' was hence. The mayor
dismiswd him .with a caution re future inliiiigi'iui-iiti.
KING STREET, EAST
Only SO yards Irom Lonid.l. Avenue
45 x 130 to lane, itumpi blown, $650; Caih $200,
. Balance, 6, 12 and 18 monthi.
Oolr two .1 tbia prit..   Kim .tr.il ia to b. M.c.d.raii.d ud lld.w.lll, l.id
W.l.r, li.bl ud lel.paaoa. .lt..d| la black
JACK LOUTET & CO.
213 Lonsdale Avenue      -      Tel. 47
Cornet Nye        -       - - Tel. 87
Bread!   Bread:
Union Made.   Home Industry.
Bigger Loaf.   Better   Bread.
Doil't fulfil-! ihii- lull-si  Home M:nlt: 1,1)11 f.
PIONEER  BAKERY
Mores 1 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & iiili Si.
Lorgt sweet Naval Oranges, 16c per
do/en nt the llp-to-duto Grocery.
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The North
Vancouver
Lumber
Company
;     Have now a good
,    ' Htock of
BUILDING LUMBER
FLOORING
HIDING
CEILIKO (V Joint)
STUDDINQ
JOI8TS
MOULDING
FINISHING LUMBER
CEDAR DOOB8   .
AND WINDOWS
at Bottom Bricai.
Prompt DelLyary. |
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Esplanade, Eait
1. o. o p.
North Vtnoouver Lodga, No. H,
mtttt tvtrv Thunday evening, toner
Lonidtlt Avenue and First itreet, it
8 o'clock. Vliiting brethren cordiilly
invited to itteod. A. T. Ktnnidy,
N.O.; Thot. S. Nyt, rec.-ttojTl
Pilling, P.O., fin.-iee.; Chu.Nre, 110.
treatursr.
FOR SALE
300 Feet of Water-
frontage with crown
grant, known at
Wallace Shipyard*
Term* to wit pur-
chater.   Applr
H. H, DEVINE,
Seymour St
Vancouver
All sew boum ihould be piped (or gat ia order to eave tat
heavy expenditure for tbit co»-
realeoct at a later data.
M. Y. IJOHT, HRAT k
rovm CO, LIMITBP,
BANK OF HAMfiON
CipiUl Paid Up  I 9750,000
Umrvt k Undivided Profile    3WI,iHX)
Totti Attttt immjm
Ctll it tht office of tbe Rank of
Hamilton and secure t pats-book.
Tbii ii 1 simple trtntaction. Yet. it
iniy bt tbi first step toward a competence.
You cannot commoaoe to uvt loo
early in life-and the place to keep
your «avjng« it in 1 Gharttred Hank.
Intenoet paid on dsposits of 11.00
and upwards. -    1
G. O. HEAVEN, Agent,
North Vanoouver.
He   I. KftUtiCI
Expert on Fireplaces and all
clawed of Brickwork
All Work Guaranteed
Corner Fifteenth St. tad Miboa Art.
flf rural Con Ira. lino
BaVaTINO,  GIiEiBINQ,  QEAD-
ING, Etc. Ettlnuttt Given.
EXC,
Maelennan i» Andru»»
Keith Boad, etet of St. Georgia Ay*
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The Bank of British North America
Capital Paid Up $4,866,666.    Reierve Fund $2,652,333
2 Office* in North Vancouver—2
CORNER LONSDALE AVENUE AND ESPLANADE
UPPER LONSDALE AVENUE (near Fourteenth Street)
Saving Deposits ul fi.no and upwards received.
Interest Allowed at ciirnut rates.
Hunker's Money Orders issued.
Ilniii offices transact a general banking business
and tic opuil un Saluiday itiglti.
F. T. SALSBURY, Manager.
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HeadOflet:
HAMILTON
north vaHoouvw
HOSPITAL
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THE MISSES DAWSON
Ctrtiflcitad Surgical, Madit>l tad
/      Maternity Nursss
Nirias a—* Aai aa AaalaatlaB
r^"wta.jW   arawtyi   aTvl   eaal   tTm^mjnmmmjm)
Vij Urmi apply tt tht Heiplttl
13th Strtet Eltt.
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Our Desk Furnishings
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Are lines which ure Uniting fuvnr in lho
eyes of our niiiny customers. We curry
ut all times—ut ull souiom—u itock til
desk furnishings of su|>orior grado,
arlisticully designed, in bronio, lirnss
gitli'iitulnl, ulso some very liundwmo
pieces iu hoiivy glass with line storlillg
silver in.mul:.
FOUNTAIN PKNS is unnthor lino
in which,wo give splutidiil vulues. Our
pell, givo satisfaction in tho limit
.mil roughest work.
You cun depend mi our Bcrvico.
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Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Hon. K. Trnroy,
Managing Director
jewelers ami Silversmiths
Hastings & Granville Sts.
m cunttv co.
DRY GOODS AND
GENT'S FURNISHINGS
Corner Lonsdale and Second,
Phone 235
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WE have received a large consign--
ment of Ladies Shirt Waists, in
all sizes and styles, and claim that for
value such an ascortment has never
been shown in North Vancouver. A
leading feature amongst these is our
special DOLLAR waist, both in white
and colors. See this line and < we will
convince  you we can defy all   (M
competition. All siz :s to 42 inch.
FOR RENT
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6 Room House, Furnished, with lawn &
garden, close to ferry, on 3rd St., East
P. 0. Ilm 173. Phono 36.
MAY and BURNS
99 I oii.sdtili Ave, North Vancouver
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WANTED ON NORTH VANCOUVER PROPERTIES  *  *
The Merchants Trust & Trading Co.
lUUTID
CORNER PENDER AND BURRARD STS.
PAID UP CAPITAL 1100.000.00 R. THOMPSON  IINN. Man.nn. (Ill .tic,
—■ BRANCH OFFICE. M OM Bro.d St., Unim, Easlsas. 1—
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The Gurney-Oxford Steel Top Range
meant t marked living in
fnul .iti.l buticr Inking results.
'l,iu'<CHANCEIXOK"no|
only rJOa« its work Ifi'TTKK
Imt Al I.KSS COST then
iillttii Kengcs..
Wu i:un tlunitmttrale in yun
llie wliuie Superior Cltan-
ccllor |>rin'i:i|>al ol economy
uml efficiency in len minulci.
Il it nol worth tliat much
ol your limo right now ?
The J, D. Fraier Hardware Co.
THR Unm% NORTH VANCOUVER, fl, C.
TR&EB
Louis Joseph Vance
r. 1008 by tht Bobbt-Mtrrill Co.
Phone 58.
133 Lonsdale Aviwue
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"I'artly—Jiortly o» my own. I/et
mo put it to you fairly. Whon yiitt
Inroad youreulf upon mo, buck llieru
in l.oiiilnti, you offered mo somo sort
ol employment. Whon 1 rojootud it
you iiHi.il hid I o your mlviitit ii|;n lor thu
nn i li.- i- ■   ol your purposes,   wh . I,
1 confess I don't umloratand, und mud\
mi' mini' my stoamor. Naturally when
1 lound myeell ptsiniloss and friendless in ii struiige country I ilmuiilit
iikiiIii of your utter and tried ta Ond
you to tccepl It.''
"Despite the root tbat you're an ban-
cit man, Klrkwood?" Tbe fm llpi
twitched with premature opjoyment.
"I'm a desperate mun tonight, whatever | muy huve been yeiterday." Tbe
young men'! tone wai' both earnest
and convincing. "I tblnk I'va abown
Hint hy my pertinacity In bunting you
down."
"Well-yea." Calender*! thick dure™ caressed hii lips, trying to bid*
lie dawning amlle.
"lb that offer still open!"
Hii nonchalance completely reitored
iy the frankness of tbe proposition,
'iileinliir laughed openly and witb t
race of Irony. The epiaode aeemed to
oc turning out belter tban be bad anticipated. Gently bit mottled fe| Un-
,'ers played about hU itiouib and cbltu
ii he looked Klrkwood up tnd down.
"I'm lorry," bl replied, "tbat It Isn't
-now. You're too late, Klrkwood.
I've made otber arrangement!."
"Too bad." Klrkwood's eyee narrowed. "You force mi to harelier
measures, Calendar,"
Genuinely diverted, tbe adventurer
laughed a aecond time, tipping back in
hie cbalr, bli buge frame shaking witb
ponderous enjoyment "Don't do anything you'd be sorry for," be parroted,
tarcaatlcal, tbe young man'i recent admonition to tbe captain.
"No fear, Calendar. I'm Just going
to uae my advantage, wblcb you
wouldn't dispute"- the pistol described
id eloquent circle, gleaming In tbt
lamplight "io levy on you a little It-
jltlmate blackmail. Don't be alarmed.
I ihsD't bit you uy harder than i
uavr to."
"WbatJ" stammered Calendar, astonished.   "Whul are you driving at?"
"Hecompenie for my time and trouble. You've coat me t pretty penny,
first end Inst, witb your utily little
conspiracy, whatever It'i all about
Now, needing tbe money, I purpose
netting tome of It back. I shan't precisely rob you, but this It t boldup, all
right Btryker," reproachfully, "I don't
lee my pearl pin"
"I got It 'ere,' retponded tbt sailor
hastily, fumbling witb bit tie.
"Hive It me, then." Klrkwood held
out his band and received tbe trinket.
Then, moving over to tbe table, tbt
young man, while abating nothing of
bli witclifulncti, sorted out bit belonging! from tbe matt of oddt tnd
indi Btryker bid disgorged. Tbe tall
of tbem wu complete. Tbe captain
bad obeyed blm faithfully. Klrkwood
looked up, pleased.
"Now, tee here, Calendar, toll collection of truck tbtt I wu robbed of
by Uils resurrected Joe Miller ben
-nit ma upwtrd of IU0. I'm going to
Mil It to you at t bargain-say $60,
160 francs."
"Tbe deuce you trel" Calendar1!
iyce opened wide, partly In admiration.
"D'you realize tbat this ll next door
lo blgbway robbery, my young friend?"
"High aeu piracy, If you prefer," at-
•eoled Klrkwood witb entire equanimity. "I'm going lo bave the money,
ind you're going to give It up. Tbt
transaction by any name would amcll
no awetter, Calendar. Come-fork
ortfl"
"And If 1 refute?1'
"1 wouldn't rtfutt If I ware you."
"Wby nol?"
"Tbe conicquencei would be toe
painful."
"You metn you'd puncture me witb
Ibat Kiin/"
"Not unless you attack or attempt to
follow me. I mean to aay tbat the
Belgian police are notoriously t moit
efficient body tnd tbtt I'll make It my
duty and pleuure to Introduce 'em to
you If you refuse. But you won't."
Klrkwood edded soothingly, "will you,
Calendar?"
"No." Tbe adventurer bad become
suddenly thoughtful. "No, I won't.
Oltd to oblige you."
Hi mlml bit chair still ftrtlier bark,
itralgbtanlng out bli elepbeotlne legt,
Inserted ou fel hand Into bit trousers
pocket and witb tome difficulty extracted t combined bill fold and coin
punt, tt once betvy witb gold end
bulky wilb notei. Moistening thumb
ind forefinger, "Bew'll you bive nr
be Inquired, wilb a lift of bis cunning
•yet, tnd, wben Klrlrwood bad adviied
dim, tlowly counted out four Sfty-fnne
notee, pieced tbem near tbt edge of
thi Ithle snd weighted tbem witb Art
ttn-frenc plecet. And "Tbtt sill" be
•iked, replecln| tht pockttbook.
"Tbat will be about ill. I leave yon
presently to your unholy device!, you
and (bit gay dog Over there." Tbi
captain tqulrmed. reddening. "Jutt by
wiy of pretention, howovtr, I'll ilk
yoa to wilt Is bert till I'm off." Kirk*
wood tltpped backwtrd to tbt door
of tbt ctptiln'i room, opened It nut
removed tbe key from tht Inside.
"Plette ttkt Mulretdy. In witb you,"
be continued. "By the Dine you get
out I'll ba clear of Antwerp. Please
don't think of refusing me, I really
mean It." ._
The latter clntise cime sharply ai
Calendar ieemed to bciltile, bli
weary, wary eyes glimmering with
doubt. Klrkwood, witching blm at
a cat ber prey, intercepted a lightning
•wlft ildelong glance tbat shifted from
bli face to the port lockers, forward.
But the fat adventurer wee evidently
to t comlderuble degree deluded by
the very childlike ilmpllcity of Klrkwood'! attitude. If tbe possibility tbat
hia altercation with Mulready had
been overheard crossed bis mind, Calendar had little choice other than to
accept the chance. Either way he-
moved the rlek wai great If he re-
fused to be locked In the captain's
room, there waa tbe danger of tbe
police, to which Kirkwpod bad convincingly drawn attention. If he accepted tbe temporary Imprisonment,
be look a risk with the glatlstonc ntg.
On the other hand, be had estimated
Klrkwood'a boneity aa thoroughgoing
from their first Interview.  Ho bad ap
praised hltn aa a gentleman nnd i.
man of honor. And he did mil lie
lli've tbe young man kuew, uftur till
Perplexed, at length be chose the
smoother way aud, with un IpdUlgcul
lifting of eyebrows and fot shoulders
ruse and waddled over to Mulready.
"Uh, all right," be conceded, with
deep toleration lu bis tone for Hit
lillosyin■rash's of yoiilh; "It'i all the
tame to me, beau." He laughed ti
nervous laugh. "Come along and lend
ui a band, Btryker.''
The latter glanced timidly ut Ulrk
wood, hia eyes pleudlng for leave to
move, which Klrkwood accorded wilh
an imperative noil and a line nourish
of thc revolver. Promptly tbe captain
■prang lo Calendar's assistance, and.
between the two of tbem, the one tali
lug Mulready'i head, tbe other his
feel, llicy lugged lilm quickly Into the
stuffy Illlle ituleroom. Klrkwood
watching and following to tbe thresh
old. Inserted the key.
"One word more," be counseled, u
hand on lho knob. "Don't forgot I've
warned you what'll bappen If you try
to break even wilh me."
"Never fear, Illlle one!" Calendar's
laugh was nervously cheerful. "The
liord knows you're welcome."
"Thank yon moit to death," responded Klrkwood politely. "Goodby
and goodby lo you, Btryker. Glad to
hove humored your desire to uiccl me
sunn again"
CHAPTEH XXII.
K | Eg WOOD, turning the key lu
Ibe lock, withdrew II uml drop
ped it on iho cabin tabic. Ai
Ibe same time be iwcpl Into
his pocket the money he hud extorted
of Calendar. Then he paused uu In
slant. listening Prom Ihe captain',
room came u aoinid of murmurs ami
icullllng. Ile crossed lo the por! lockei
forward.
He had He lid up In a twinkling
and In atiolher hud lifted out Ihe well
remembered black gludstone bag.
Tills seems lo have been his llrsl
compound larceny.
Ae If stimulated by aome iuch re
thi linn he sprung for Iho companion
way, dropping Ihe lid of (he locker
with a bung which must hove been
excruciatingly edifying to ihe men In
tbe captulu'a room. Whatever their
emollona. thc hung wee mucked hy it
mighty kick, hIi.iI.Ihk Iho door, Wblcb
Klrkwood reflected, opened oul wurd
wai held only by the frailest kind of a
lock and would not hold long.
Spurred onward hy a atorm of curses.
Btrykor's voice chanting Infuriated cu
cophony wilh Calendar'a, Klrkwuod
leaped up llie cnmpunlonway even us
tbe aecond rrvmciidoui kick threatened
to abeiter Ibe panels Heart In mouth,
l chill shiver of guilt running up und
down bli spine, bo gained Iho deck,
cut looac Hie painter, drew In Ills row
boat and dropped over Ilic side. then.
the gledilone bag nestling between bis
feet, ut down end bent to the ours
And double assailed him. pressing
close upon Hie e-hh of bli cicllcmeni
doubts and fears Innumerable
There wae no longer a distinction to
be drawn between himself and pnhn
dart no more could bo esteem hlmscll
• belter and more boncat man than
tbat iccomp/ltbed swindler. He wus
nol advised aa to the Belgian code. Inn
English law, be understood, made in
allowance for tbc good Intent of those
caught In possession of stolen prop
erty. Though he was acting with tin-
moit honorable motives In tbe world.
Ihe law, If he fame within lit cognl
unce, would undoubtedly place lilm on
Calendar's plane and Judge blm hy lln
ume iliimlnrd. To ill lalculi end put
potei lie wat a thief, and thief In
would remain until tbe gludstone bag
wilb Its contents ihould be reitored ti
lit rlghiful owuer.
Voluntarily, Iben, bo bid •topped
from tbc rinks of tbe hunters to I hose
of Ihe hunted. - He now feared pull"
Interference at abjectly ei did Calen
dar and bli set of roguei, end Kirk
wood fell wholly warranted In ueium
Ing tbtt the edvenlurtr, with bli keen
Intelllgi'iiei', Would not handl'iip lilm
self by Ignoring thlt point. Indeed, II
he wi'te to be Judged by what Kirk
wood bad Inferred of bft character,
Calendar would let nothing whatever
hinder lilm, neither feur of bodily linn
nor dunger of apprehension ul the
hands of the police, from making u tie
iiTiiiimii and savago play to regain
possession of his hooty.
Weill (Klt'kwo|id net his mouth My
tgcly.) ' Calendar should huvo a run
for his money!
Pur the present ho cuiihl cotnpllitieiii
himself wilh Ihe knowledge ihut he
had oul willed the rogues, htld lifted
the Jewels uml prohaiily two thirds ol
their iiriniiini.'iii. lie hud ulso lho
i.i .j 11. lho knowledge of their criminal
guilt uml Intent anil his own plans lo
em,dun liltii. As for the lulled.', he
did not believe Unit Calendar wuuhl
Immediately fathom them, so he limit
heart of grace and lugged ul the ours
Willi a will, pulling directly fur lln'
cily uml pel-milling the current to drift
him downstream at Its pleasure   There
could he no more luexcusnhle fniij limit
to return io the Quay Bloon lending
anil possibly the army of the despoiled
lii'.it owner.
At Ill's I he could bear crash iiflci
splintering crash sounding dully min
lied from the iiibln of the .Weill.a a
veritable devil's latino beaten out hy
Ihe feel of the prisoners Brldwilly
ihe fastening was i. ni,., him heller
Ihan lie had dared hope, Uul us Ihe
black rushing waters widened bolweoji
bunt uud hilg.iiillno Ihe clamor aboard
Ihe Is Her subsided, Indicating lhal
Calendar mid Sinker hail broken tun
or bed) ..'lea;.ed by the . re v In Li
Durance as to whether hi' were iron
or being pursued, Klrkwood pulled , n
winning In under the sbnili w nf tin
quays ami pi rinlllllig the ho.il lu drift
down lo n lonely landing mi Ibe ....:.'
nf the dnrk.vur i quarter > f Ai tui 'p
Here ulMn'v'. h" made the hunt
fail and smithing his cutis len e v.lib
s surmise that Its uwiici u. . n
ilicic in lho morning, -n ijr ■ wiim
over to the Irani hue lhal run.- al ...
Ihe embankment, swung aboard an ad
i.minimis cur und broke his lirst leu
franc piece In ordor lo pu; Ills furo
The cur made a leisurely progress
up pus! Ihe old Stectt castle and the
quay landing. Klrkwood silting quiet
ly, the ghulMoiic hag undid his hand
it searching gaze sweeping Ihe wuler
side. No sign of Ihe aihoiiluii'i's re
warded him, but II wui nuw all
chance, ull hazard lie had. no more
heart for coiillilcm e
They passed the Hotel du Commerce
Klrkwood stared up at Ils windows
wondering
A Illlle farlhi.i on a disengaged
flaerc, Ils driver ttlerl for possible
fares, turned n corner Into Ihe eiqilu
nude. At sight uf It Klrkwuod. In
spired, hopped nimbly off the linin
cur ami signaled the cubby. The Ial
lor pulled up und Klrkwuod stalled
tu charge hltn wiih Instructions, some
thing which he did haltingly, hamper
ed hy a slight huxlneai of purpose.
While lints engaged and at rest In Ihe
shirk glare of the street*lamps, wilh
no chance of com filling himself, ho
wits n nu re of n rising tumuli in Ihe
direction of the landing and, glancing
round, discovered a number of penplt
running toward hltn. Willi t lime h
wonder whether or uu lib wus really
the object of thu hue and cry, hi
loss-ell the driver llireo sliver francs.
"(lure Cenlrnle." ho cried, "end drln
like Ihe devil!"
Hiving lulu Ihe flucrc, he shut tht
door and stuck Ills head out of lln
window. Inking nhservullotis A rag
get) fringe of silly rabble was heirlnp
down iijmjii them, with one or two gen
da rules In tlie forefront and n glani
who might or might not he Blryker. it
dose second I'lirlhorinoru. anothet
cub ieemed to hnvo been requisitioned
fur tlm i base Ills heurl misgave bin
nomi. warily bul his driver hud taken
blm at his word uml gencr. >l|y, and In
a brealh thu lho re hud turned lite cur
tier, on two wheels, and the glittering
reaches of Ihe embankment, drive and
promenade were blolled out. as II
smudged wilh lampblack, hy the ob
sniidly of ii narrow end lotiitotis side
strict '
Ile drew In bis heed ihe heller n
preserve his brains against furthi'l
rinorgrd). Ics
After ii block or IwoiKlrkwootl pick
id up the glailsiniie hag.ogcnlly opened
Ihe door uml put a fool on the step
p.hi ii.,- lo look buck. The oilier cub
was i idling after him wilh all thc en
ilm i" i" of it hound on a fresh troll
lie tellccleil that Ibla mad progress
through Ihe thoroughfares of a civ!
Hied city would not long endure with
out police Intervention. Bo lie walled
welching his opportunity. The fliicre
Im11i'ii onward, lho driver leaning for
wanl from his hex lo urge Ihe hurst
wilh lush of whip und tongue, entirely
unconscious of his fure'l Intentions
Hid ween Iwo slrecla the month of ti
narrow and darksome byway flashed
Into view Klrkw'ood threw wide |he
door and leaped, trusting to the nlghl
lo hide his sli'uliigeui, lo link io live
his limbs Nell her felled blm In n
twinkling he wai on all fours In |he
month of Ihe alley, nnd as h picked
himself up the second' Dinrc passed.
Calendar himself poking a round buhl
(Continued on page 7)
(Jet  it at the Lonsdale fbngMff,
comer 8th und Lonsdale. Phone '19. II
WE COULD
Paper the World
from our stack ol now Wall Papers
so it scorns. Every duy somo new
design Birivus to till the vacancy
of those closed out.   ,
Handsome Wall Papers
lire hero in enillcs* variety, .hit
loll our salcsiunu for whul room
you wanl 'llie- paper anil he will
show you just iin put torn you are
looking lor.
To   cliooiii Irom our stock is n plea-
litre, lo puy our price is easy.
W. II. STONEY & CO.
117 I oiisilulu Ave
II.    lie   | 111
The A. Farro
Grocery
126 2nd Si. West
Hii. ii you ileal at the A. Karri, firo-     .
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.'il right pine.
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We tarry   u   complete  hue  ol  lit'u-
'■cries.
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WHEN
*,JJL-i.immmmmat
you want Bread,
Scones, Oatcakes
and general Confectionery equal to
HOME-MADE'
TRY
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THE
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BAKERY
135 Lonsdale Ave
(Next door to p.voryboily's Shootlore)
1
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and Pies
GIVE US A TRIAL
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the mim
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North Vancouver, April aB, 191;
NORTH VANCOUVER BUREAU  OF
PUBLICITY AND INFORMATION
A forward movement of tho very
greatest importance in the progress ol
the development ol North Shore interests will have been accomplished if the
Joint Civic Advertising Committee is
able to realize the latest project wbich
thoy have taken in hand, namely Ihe
establishing ol a local bureau ol information in charge of a competent
manager with a convenient office near
the lerry landing.
In the prosecution ol thc purpose lor
wbich they wore appointed, Ibe member! ol the Joint Civic Advortiiing
Commit toe have mudo 11 s|iecial study
for over two years of matters pertaining to the pushing ol North Shore
interests through advertising and havo
becomo thoroughly convinced ol tbe
immense benefits to uccrue Irom an
enorgvtic and persistent policy ol civic
publicity, relative lo the city aud the
district ol North Vancouver. The
schemes which they have adopted and
have Iniii able to carry through have
proven hi 11 hly satisfactory and   htve
yielded   orcellcnt   results,   but at Ihe
s
earns timo tho limited means at their
command have necessitated the rejection ol very many propositions which
might have been used to advantage as
well us (ho laying aside ol many pro
jecls which would have provon ln-n.-ti
liul in tho highest degree had the
means been at command lor their adoption.
The members of tbe committee are
ull busy men who, while devoting
themselves faithfully to the interests
entrusted to them, have been able to
give only portions ol their time to the
actual prosecution ol the work. For
a long time it has been recognized by
(ho committee that the work wat being carried at more or leas disadvantage and that in order to operate in
tbt most economical and effective manner it would be necessary to employ s
competent manager who would devote
bit entire timo ind energies to U>e
problem of North Shore publicity and
kindred objects. Tht work ol tbe
committee has now developed to such
tn extent that the immediate establishing of t local bureau ol information ii considered imperative and in
planning their campaign lor tho ensuing year tho committee htvt accordingly decided to devote ill thi meant
and energy at their command in th<
first instance to making thut bureau
a fact and to promoting its usefulness
und sucossi, believing tbat it is tbc
one outstanding requirement at the
present juncture lor the promotion nf
the 0,111111 unity intt<iml. of the North
Shore in thou- relation to the outside
public.
At the present time the conditions
are ideal (or reaching personally every
newcomer who arrivee tt North Vancouver inasmuch 11 the ferry conati-
lutes the gateway through which all
but the' merest fraction will enter. It
ie, therefore, only necetiary lo place
ths office of tbc bureau just outside
tbe gates of the lerry -lending, with
a prominent sign attaohod, tad the
manager it at once placed in personal
contact with practically all the new
trrivtls, whether they come merely
at transient trtvaHtri, at homeseek-
ert qf iavttton.
I?vtn on thit basis tbt bureau would
ntull in fcentftt, Uw volume of whioh
irould  ftily jmiity   in mitotatj-no.
m'mWm\ NQRTH VANCOUVER, 3, C
from tbe oivio standpoint i» disseminating information ol every kind to vie-
Hon, jn placing in their handi literature descriptive qf thi North Shore
from every point of view and in rendering strangeri every possible nssiit-
anoe toward making their viiit pleasant or profitable. Directing ita efforts farther afield, the bureau coul:)
deviie meani of attracting the attention ol the population ou the tomb
shore ol the Inlet whether tloog the
line ol advantages al to residence or
investment and could do a vory great
deal to stimulate intereit upon the
part ol the desirable elementi of the
population ol the entire lower mainland and beyond in North Vancouver.
It could likewise very greatly increase the volume ol travel toward the
North Shore on a perniannit basil
and on special occasion.. Ai an illustration ol the latter, then are
many ocoaaiom on which contentions
are held in Vancouver or when large
parties ol tourists arrive iu tbat city
who would be very pleased lo tako a
trip to this side ol the Inlet if il
were brought to their attention and
ready facilities were provided. This
thc manager might tuke in baud with
good rosulti.
At loogei- range still it would be the
province of the bureau to gel in touch
with the great a venues of advertising
throughout thc continont, in F.uro|>e
and elsewhere. It would Ik its duty
to gel hi line witb thc greut transportation roinpniiii ' in this regard,
with thc immigration offices in England and in other countries und to
make thc vory best use nl all those
avenues lor the wide dissemination ol
uselul information with respect to tho
Nortli Shore.
Tho above outline is Ihe merest in
dication ol Ihe general lines along
which such a bureuu would opcrutc to
the great benefit of tfae city and tho
district. It is quite evident that un
derneuih this Ibsro lies an immense
mass ol detail which might bo developed in an endless variety of ways
and to a limitless extent as means
and opportunity might allow, always
for the singlo purpose ol pushing the
North Shore to the front in Iho pub-
lib gaze and keeping it there ae well
as in procuring the greatest amounl
ol tangible results ol a practical nature therefrom.
Tho. development ol the work has
now reached tbat stage at which in
order to cope witb il, such an arrangement as that designated is absolutely cssontial tnd the Joint Civic Advertiiing Committee, composed as it
is, ol representatives from tho - city
council, tht district council, thc Board
ol Ferry Directors and the Board ol
Trade, conelitutee an excellent organization under whose direction Ibe
scheme csn be perfected. It is I bore-
fore, the intention of Ihe Committee
to approach the several bodies represented witb the definite object ol procuring the necessary support to carry
the plan into effect.
LOCAL ATHLETIC SPORTS
The application of un outtide lu-
crosee team operating under the name
of Norlh Vancouver for a bonus of
one thousand dolltr. from the city
council upon which Iho Joint t'i'ic
Advertiiing Committee hui rupo'tii
tdveriely, calls attention to the le-
lirability of the Board of Mdorme'i
devoting a small portion of tbii-revenue this year toward the enrour.ige-
ment of athletic eports in tho city. If
the qdineil could see their wuy clear
to expend a fow hundred dollari on
bevelling t portion of Victoria Park
sett, .ullicjenl for lacrosae, aiseball
end .imilor games, it would orove 0
veritable boon to local athletic. 'Ibe
present athletic grounds are all right
in themselves but those who htve had
actual experience jn endeavoring to
enrolling.' athletics amongst our
young men htve proven vory effectively that Ihe location ol Ihe ground, exert! euch e ditcouraging influence upon the moit energetic offorti ae to
render it practically impossible to
create and tuitain tht necessary enthusiasm to make any movement a
success, if on the other hand t campus wero provided in t location close
in Um clubs would have 1 »ucfa bettor
opportunity of mtbin, t tueeeet of
tbeir tlortt and'tbe local public
would  take a much greater  iottrnt
which would be ol the grmtest assistance. Victoria park ii ipltndidly lit'
uated for the purpoie end thi portion
lying on the aailiem tide ol Lomdalo
Avenuo ii not utilized for any purpoae at the present time. A
comparatively email amovmt' nl
expenditure witb teams and umpire would make a comparatively level
ground of sufficient dimeniiom for the
purpoiet ol the clubs. What witb the
band concerts on the weet side and the
games qn tbe east lide, Victoria Park
would become a favorite retort for the
looal publio during tfae approaching
mmmer evenings and tbe park would
be made to eerve the purpoie of public benefit, for which it wai intended.
It ii 'high timo that North Vancouver
took an active part in athletics on tho
lower mainland and any reasonable
amount ol money expended in order
to encourage local athletic interest!
would be well placed.
B. 0, Pure I'alio Sugar, |1 per
bl bag at the Up-to-date Grocery.
18
Angus J. Cameron
A.M.I.E. k S.
CIVIL ENGINEER   '
Irrigation, drainage, levels, plans
and specification!. Septic tanki and
house drainage a speeialty, P, 0.
Boi '-'ll, 16th street welt ol Bewicke
Avenue.
North Lonsdale
Residences
Arrangements aro being made for
erection of first class 7 room homes
fronting on North Lonsdale Boulnvurd
with modern conveniences. Pricei 13,-
300 to 13,8110 »n terms to suit. Ily
purchasing now plan, can be altered
to  suit  purchaser's wishes.
As tho locution is one ol the best
in North Vancouver for a borne eite,
tbe opportunity is a favorable one.
For particulars apply to
ALEXANDER PHILIP
Financial Agent,
CLUB   BLOCK - North   Vancouver
Office Phone 10        Houie Phone 267
JAY & CO.
BUILDERS
I'lani prepared and Estimates given.
.Office: 1407 Dominion Trust Bldg.
Vancouver.
Phone 2487
Residence, 162 Eighth Ave. E.
North Vancouver.
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H..D. RUGGLES
BARRISTER
NOTABY PUBLIO
133 (th Street But North Vancouver
Pfaoni 37»
FRED G. TURNER
Notary Publio
Loans, Investmanti tnd Iniurtntt.
Room 307, 632 Granville St., Vancouver, B. 0. Phone 8309, Ltnd Rtgu-
try work t specialty.
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MEALS AT AIL HOURS-
6 t.m. to 8 p.m.
First-clan Meals ajc.
Commutation Ticket!, 21 meal*
•  #4-75
Rooms (or Rent at moderate ralei
N.V.W00DYARD
CUT WOOD
14 incb-43 per load
13 incb-aj.26 per load
Cordwood-|6 per cord
Office tad Yardi
SECOND and ST. PATRICK
jkmbi too p. 0. Bo* m
NORTH LONSDALE
Nye Street, short distance from Lonidale Avenue. Fine
corner, 152 $ 132 ft. For a homeiite, this cannot be
equalled. Price $1400. Tenqi, 1-3 caih, 6-12 months.
Pierce & Hall
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Phone 110      New Keith Block
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FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd.
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NOTARY PUBLIC.       18 LONSDALE AVENUE
Agreement' and Ccr.lracll drawja q, . .-
of evtry dtKrirlicn ™ne   ' 5/
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with ui, we have clients with morry to
invest.
THE NORTH VANCOUVER TRUST
CO., LTD.
219 Lonsdale Avenue Telephone 44
FRUIT    PRODUCE
CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, Etc.
WHOLESALE ONLY
PETERS & DOYLE
120 Second Street Eaat. Telephone 206
Convenience to North Vancouver Merchants
Bay la Yoor Own Town.
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North Shore Locators
REAL ESTATE * FIRE INSURANCE
We still have a lew lots led in
our Boulevard Subdivision, block
331, at J6jo each, one sixth cash
balance spread over two years.
No. 8 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 123
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
FQK SALE-M it. Jot or
9th itrott
north side, IJ/3W, termi;
50 It., lot
on 7th itreet, |l,»40, 1-3 eaeh, btlance
arrange.
bale HICKMAN k HOOD
ST0HK OP QUALITY
Cor. 8th and Lonsdale
Phone 40.
BBANCH STOBF.
6.3 Lonsdale   ph°«e232
Free delivery to ull |)nrti ol Lyni
Vulley Tuesdays und Fridays. Copil-
niio, Mondays und Thursdayi.
Muil orderi receive prompt attention.
Specials (or Saturday—
Quaker Brand 1'iirii, rog, 2 lor 25c
Sulurduy  ,....lllc
Quukcr Wux 'Bcana, tog. 2 lor 2nc I
Saturday  IOj
French I'cus, rug, Ilk
Saturday 3 lor 35c
Uollei) Outs 7 lb lor 35c
Canned Pumpkin, rog. lfic.
Seturoay 3 lor Sot
l.iin«liile blend ol I'eyli n and Assorted Ten, reg. 35c
Sulurduy 3 lbs. lorWie
l."n .'i.ile blend ol Mi.i 11.1 und Java
Coffee, reg. tOo. Sat. 3 lbs. (or 11.
18 lb. suck B. C. sugur  ll.
Boyal Crown Soup, rog. 6c lur
Sulurduy   7 nan lur '.5.-
While Swan Soup. reg. 5c our
Saturday  7 i> ira fur STic
Pel. Nuphllin Soap, rig. 3 (or 25c
Saturday  I lir   25c
Sun Soup, reg. 5c bar
Sulurduy      8 'oi   2."c
Koiler'a Marmalade, reg. tWc.
Sulurday  M'c.
Cliiver'. Murmuliuii, rig. I lie.
Sulurduy  tile
We carry a full line of
Fresh Meats'and Fish
viz    Beef,  Mittlni,    I'ork.
\ I'nI uud lre.li lisli in suusi n. A iriul
solicited.
Hams, Stewurl's rog. 31c
Sulurday  I tic
Bacon by side, reg. 36c
Saturday   "Jc
l.urd, Pure Leal, 3 lbs. reg .Vic
Sulurday    ...J6u
l.urd, Pure Leal, 5 lbs. reg. Sflc
Sulurduy  ,'6c
Swill's l.urd, pure leal, 3 lbs
reg. 60c, Salurduy  BDc
Swill'. |,urd, pure leal 6 lb». rog IN I
Saturday  idle
Australian Onions     6 lbs lor 25c
Wo have a complete stock ol hush
vugelnbles, Lultucc, llu.di.lics. (irvtn
Onion., Aspurugu., Hhuburd at market | ii n ■ I,
Fresh slruwbvrrics arriving daily.
Special prion lor camp, and rata
uranls.
PBOMPT DKI.IVKUy GUARANTEED
S. Prentice, Prop.
PUBE    GOLD     MANUFACTUBING
COMPANY LIMITED
NOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN that
C. G. S. JJuncun of the City of Vancouver, broker, hot bees tppointed tl-
tornoy ol Ihe abovo-mentioiod Company in the place and stand of"W.
Horry Wilion.
Bated at Victoria, B. ('., tbii ninth
day ol March, 11111.
D. WHITESIDE,
Begiitrar Joint Stock Companici.
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REAL ESTATE, WANS, INSURANCE.
TELEPHONE 89. P. 0. BOX \ J
N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
Telephone 276
127 LONSDALE AVE.
NOMTH VANCOUVW
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for everybody.   r
Carpet Squares
and Rugs.
We have just
received a
complete line
qf Imported
Linoleum*
and
Oilcloths
Prices right.
Special Attention given to
Window Shades,
Curtain Rods, etc.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
Protect
, ydyrcurtolfcj
and drajperlfts by \u\ni
a BI55ELL
> Carpet .Sweeper
DINING
AND TABLES
Buffets, Sideboards
and Dressers
Try our
All-felt
Mattress
Pillows
and
Blankets
II you intend making your home
in Norlh Vancouver see us.
We also carry a full
line of Crockery.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
HOMESITES IN THE CITY
from $200 to $450; 14 cash, balance 2 years
All slushed; 1 Block WEST of Grand Boulevard; open street;
high ground; full view of city and harbor; 10 minute* walk
from two car line*.
Why live mile* out qf the city when you can purchase Homc-
titet for lets than you pay three and four miles out, and in
the weal end Bt that?   INVESTIGATE.
BRITISH .\MERICAN TRUST CO., Ltd.
CARTER COTTON BUILDING
VANCOUVER, B. C
HVWflMM
B. 0. BAJ5ETTE      ,
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Apppintn>)ti:
Tbi| Ipliqying appointments have'ro-
contly been matte by. hit Honour
the Lieutenant-Governor.
Albert Foju/ of Savon* 'mi A. W.
Cameron, Qucsnol, are to be Jueticet
olthel'ouoo.
Walter Bdatchard, Chuso, to bo a
coroner lor the province of British
Columbit and a modical health offioor
(or Cbaee.
B. W. Urge, to be resident phy-
lipian at Port Simpiou.
William Foster to be deputy minister of publio worke.
Jqhn Bobert Martic tnd Augustii
Carney to bt auittant timber intpec-
turs and commissioners for taking al-
Sdaviti lor tbe province of B. 0.
Notice it given of alterationi to
take pluco on old Eequimalt road.
New Eiquimalt Bond and Admirol'i
Boad.
The following applications for water
record! have boon listed: Howe
Sound Power Co. Ltd., for a water
record on Furry Crock; A. L. Mi!-
Hugh on Two-milt creek; Donald Me-
Leod on Salmon Creek.'
The Union Oil Co. of California but
been duly registered ae an extra-provincial lioonse company.
Tho undermentioned extra-provincial
companies have beon granted licenses :
American Multigraph Salei Co. Ltd.,
British Columbia Life Assurance Co.
Ltd., Canadian Mineral Bubber Co.,
Linde Marshall Belrigerator Co. Ltd.,
Marshall Wells Co. Ltd., Star Menu-
faoturing Co. Ltd., 6. Davit k Sona
Ltd.
Certificates of incorporation have
beon granted Donnelly Watson and
Brown, Vancouvor, cgpiial 160,000,
Vancouver Truit Co. Ltd.
A Cheap Double Corner
on Queensbury Avenue
Lota 23 and 24, Block 14, D. L. 273
137 feet on car line by 100 feet deep.   Price only
$5730.   1-3 cash, balance to arrange.
The above will doubtless be good business property, being situated to dose to
the Grand Boulevard, upon which no (tore* Un be erected.
CANADIAN FINANCIERS, LIMITED
633 (Jranvillo Struct     VANCOUVKII, B. C,
fieel Estate.     Insurance.
Authorized Capital   13,000,000.
Money to Uon.
EBNgST EIJBAGE,
T-*bo*, m M r^ Aven„e/ North v.„couver.    ^ffffiL.
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NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALS
Lot 18, Block 35, D. L. 550, $1150.   Ca»h $450, balance 6 and 12 month*
LoU 54 and 55, Block 166, D. L 274, $13,000. Term* to arrange.   Near Lonsdale
the above Iota arc among the belt buys in Nor$ Vancuuver, nnd inlendiag Invcileri ,wjl| neryp (hair own
ialajreeti by investigating. We have t\,o exclusive sale and also a large list of othir loti io lie City. . ll i>
in your own interest to call and inspect our lilt befori deciding.
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ALV0 von ALVENSLEBEN, (Lift
i        Real Estate Agents.      Financial Broker*
Head Office: 405 Hastings St, W., Vafa^uwr, Be C.
British Ooltimbia jlntnof; Qr]fice*:^> Branch Offiivjp* in jfiurhfne.     >
4 I/OiiW-jali' Av<\, North Vancouver Jk'rliji, Oerriiftiiy
Ul) (xovi.Tiiineiit S.t.^Vfctoria jUndoii, Knglifltr
, I'aris, Franc*      ,
CHURCH NOTICES
St. Androw't Presbyterian church,
(iih street: Services tt 11 a.m. and
7.30 p.m. Sunday school 2.3Q p.m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday at 8 o'clock.
Lynn Valley Preabyterian Church -
Worship, Sundays, 11 a.m., .Union
Sunday School, 3.30 p.m. B. Van
Munsler, M.A., pastor.
Lynn Valley Methodist Church-Sor-
vice every Sunday ovening in Insti-:
lute Hull at 7 o'clock. Chat. Fake
ley, paslor in charge.
Boptiit Cfauroh - Filth and St.
Goorge. Servioce at I) a.m. and 7.30
p.m. Sunday School and Bible Class
ot 13.10 p.m. Prayer and praieo tor-
vioe Wodnciday at 8 p.m. Paetor, Bev.
A. J. Proeeer, 3nd street eatt.
North Lonidale Presbyterian Church
—Worship, Sundays, 7.30 t.m., Sun-
Jay School, 3.30 p.m. B. Van Muni-
iter, M.A., pattor.
St. John tbo Evangelist, 8th and
13th streets; Holy communion, 8 a.m.
morning prayer, 11 a.m.; evening prayer, 7.30 p.m'. On the firit Sunday is
ihe month ihore will bo. a lecond celebration of the holy cammunio* at
11 a.m. Bector, Bev. Hugh Hooper.
Methodiit Church, corner ol Sii'li
itreet and St. Gcorge'i Avenue-
Sunday preaching services at 11.00 t.
m. and 7.30 p.m., Sunday School a*
Biblo Han at 2.30 p.m., Senior league on fopday ovening at 600 p.m.,
prayer apd praite service on Wednesday evening at 8.00, Junior league1
aarvice on Thureday tftcrnooB at 3.30.
A cordial welcome it extended to til
lo attend these eervices. Potior, W'
C. Schlichter, retidence, coraor Keith
Bold and St. Andrew's.
Indian Catholic Churoh ol tit.
Paul's. Mail, 7.30 a.m. Sundaye. Pallor, Bev. E. Pcytavin, O.M.I.
SI. Edmund'i ('ulhulic Church, Me
boa Avenue: Sundnys Mass 10.30 a
m.-, Sunday School 3.80 p.m., Boiary
Benediction and Sermon 7.30 p.m.
St. Amuse Churoh, Boiileyfrd-yW.
, ev. T. E. Bpwo. Mm, eveniqna
every Sunday - 11 am. Holy Communion, Snd Sunday ol every month.
8l. Cloment'i, Lynn Valley-Vlctf,
Bev. T. S. Bowe. 'Aniitont PriotH,
Bev. H, B. Haelom, B.A. 7.30 p.m.,
ev timing, every Sunday; 11 aim.
hob/ communion, 1st Sunday ol every
roofth.
St. Thomai, North fomdalc— Vicar,
Bev. T. E. Bowe. 8 am,, every Sunday txceut Ul Sundny ia month : 8.30
a.m., lit Sunday in month ; 11 a.m.
Matin Litnnv and aermon, 2nd and ,4 th
Sunday; II a.m., Holv Communion
and aermon, lit and 3rd Suadayi.
Tho Salvation Amy-S. A. Hall,
Lontdale Avenue:
iSunday—II e-m., holineit meeting;
3 UM., children> meeting: 7.48 p.m.,
ialv»tfon meoting : Tuesday, 8 p«-,
liulineti meoting; Wednctdajr, 4 p.m.,
ohiMren'e mectmg ; Tburidoy, 8 p.m.,
ttlvttion metting. Ctptaln Douglat
will yitit any who are «ok or in dis-
trett at any lime.
iV.ew   ^aitmiatter   I«ad   W*Jjte
notice lhal Robert ftuf Klmond ol
{Vancouver, B. C. ocoopalion, broker,
Intendi to anply for pennitiiofl to pur-
cbifo tht following dotoribed Unas *
iComnienciDg at t poit planted on Ibt
weet lide of a nnall bay on the Nona
line ol tot 3890, lienoe weit 30 ehmu
more or lou lo tbe northwett ~
wtj^mifhtmtwmutm»m
lo the norlhooit owner of Uf.
uenbt weet Hit ohalnt lo tbe win
•ttt oomer of Lol 888; thende noi
bv ohaini mow or latrto lie im,r
33|8 ohauu more of let* Ao iwr
lake; Hence In t tout
along ahore of lata to
aMncemtaU.
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To make room for a pew consignment, yve are lefljng
the following goodi at 2t5j'per cent below r<igul»r prices:
UfAMPQUNS,
VIOLIN CASES,
MUSJC STANB8,
ACCOBiOEONS,
, MUSIC Wf,LS,
AUT0HABPS,
METBONOMES,
TUBEPHONE,
BANJOS,
COBNETS,,
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MOUTH OBilANS,
FLAGWLETTES,
CQNCEBTINAS.
SALE TO COMMENCE SATURDAY, APRIL 2»t)>
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The Place Where Everybody Goek
Gem Theatre
FIRST ST. WEST,
NORTH VANCOUVER
tr Good Pictures  Good Singing
^::: ::: Good Music ::; :;:
Programme changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Adults 10c ^«™^'*«°* Children 5c
Matinee  every  Saturday 3.30 o'clock
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BBS
PALACE MOTEL
Ratis:   I2.00  per   and   up.   Special rates to families
and   in regular   boarders. '..    . ..'
Finest Hoof GittJen Oil Pacific Coast
REDA & ANDRUSS
SkCONIJ  .Si iii h.
PHOPRISTORS
-   •   -   NORTH  VANCOUVER, ti. C.
North Vancouver City Ferries, Limited
TIMfe TABLE
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19.11
STEAMEB ST. GEOBGB
Ujvi Viocauvii       luvi Haiti Van
•6.20 t.m.
7.30  "
8.30 It
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12.16 p.m.
1.15 "
».16 "
3.18  "
4.16 "
1.00 "
J.tt "
CM "
IM "
8.15 "
B.U **
10.15 "
11.30 "
' Deaotae tot oa Sunday.
Tbit Timt Tabii lubject to change wllioul nolloe.
STEAMEB NOBTH VANCOUVES
lu»i Haiti Van.     Luvi Vancouver
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West Vancouver Motor I. aunch Service
a Launch "West Vancouver," Captain Findlay
Licenaed tor 35 pasicugen
TIMP TABLE
Leavoe Vancouver
SO)""
1040
12.00
U.OO'
15.30
1849
2240
WEEK DAYS
(Saturday! only)
Leavt Wait Vtnoouver
8.30
10.80
1240
1440
1740
18.80
22.20
1040
is-.
1840
81.10
alnglt sari 16c,
SUNIUYS
H
40
1740
1840
2140
Quickest route from North Vancouver to Ibe ,di*fh'«l heyond
Capilano River. Launch "Weit Vancouver" makes coflwec-
doni, y^ojitM, wilh the ferry aleameri from Norlb Vancouver, ti pit aibovc schedule. ■•
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thi nnm, north Vancouver, b, c,
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PLACE OP ABODE
 Lulu lalund
 Sea Island
..Illock fi, Nr. 7, Set lalund
PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT
Richmond Electoral District.
TAKK NOTICE that I havo rooeivad objections jn writing to tbe ratal-
'   lion ol the foil|iwing uumes on tbe Beirjeter ol  Votari (or  tfae  Hicluuoiul
Electoral District on tlie grounds statsd below,
AND TAKE NOTICE tfaat ai a Court 4 Itoviilon tp be held on tbe lit
. day ot M»y, 1911, at ihe City Hall, North Vanoouver. B, C, tt ton o'-
' olook In tho forenoon, I shull bear ami determine tfae said objections, and un-
3 loss Buch tiamod persons or some other provinoiul votur on their behalf,
I satisly me tbtt such qfajeotione era not well founded, I shall strike tuoh
nanioe oft tba laid register. •
THOMAS SHKPHEltl),
llatud this 13lh dty of April, 1011, lttgiitrar oi Voters.
THE   POLLOWINU   PEltSONS   ABE REPORTED ABSENT FBOK THE
DISTB10T i
No, on
. Register NAME
i, Abererombie, .1. T	
08 Ariiup, .Lilni  V
W.„ Illigh, Herbert .!	
•166 lliithwoll, .1. B Lulu lalund
874 Burrell, Henry ....tie,, Island
380 Burton, William Staveeton
Sib... Cooiii.-y, .lames „Sea lalund, Eburne
613 Daniels, Daniel E South Vancuuver
873 Diebel, Albert Wm Steveeton
673 Direir, William  Eburne
674 Dingwall, Hubert M Sea Island
•    716: Duff; Alex Lot 18, Blook'8, Set Island
'    777 Evans, Ales'. E Lot 8, Cr. 1.
B31 Fisher, James Sea Island   , r
.   1040 Hiigga, Clinton A Eburne
.    1178 Hirst, P. C Buohberry lid. Pt. Crey
|813 Hooper, Wm. Chus Lulu Island
■ (374 Huston, Wm. P Lulu Island
(303 Irwin, Kobt Sea Mend
1330 lohiiBton, t, II Lulu Island
1348..... lonee, li. ,1 :„ Sea Island
1663 l.oi/ie, dame;.  i Sen Island
1633 Miilhesoii. John Sea Island
1633 Hathewson, Peter  Eburne, Lulu Island
1080 9icLei»), Hoderick  Set Island
8003 McMyn, Jumes South Arm, Lulu Island
3008 MoKyii, John   Sea Island
8340 Itulii'v, Chat Eburne
3408 Saunders, Jos I.ulu Island
8716 Tellord, Thos Lulu Island
3864 Wulker, Wm Lulu Island ■
3086 Wooiai-d, Jus Lulu Island No. 3 lload
THE POLLOWINU PERSONS ABE REPORTED DECEASED
7 Aheieioniliii!, Kola. Hsury ...Terra Nova
168 Beer, Jamos  Steveeton
301.,
..Brock, John  .....Eburne, Sua Island
833 Ciinoiiy, Cyrus  "Sea Island
648 Help..!,,   Albeit    Clliud Mlla'.|l.ll l.-.ll.
754 Elliott, Frederick ,.A..,,,aJJMfttjl Ave. and Heather, D.
1041 Qrigji, F. T. ...• «, Eburne
8364 Rowan, Duncan ...a,,..; Terra Nova
3467 Sheridan, Wm. .......ti 17th Ave., Fairviuw
WI While, 1*01, A. i, Ntevetton
8038 White, Thus. Aloyiius  South Vancouver
3003 Withey, Petar  Lulu Island
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COMMONWEALTH
VANCOUVER'S
NEWEST
CLOTHING
STORE
Complete Showing of
New   Spring   Goods
We Sell Everything lor Mm but Shoes
THE COMMONWEALTH STORE
W. DICK, Prop.
47 & 49 HASTINGS STREET, EAST ~-47 & 49
NEXT DOOB TO THE PRINCESS THEATRE
NORTH LONSDALE
A lew yards off LONSDALE AVENUE, Only
two loti left, etch 50 ft. by 167 ft. f rice only %500
each, 1-3 csih, balance 6, 12 and 18 monthi.
ELEVENTH STREET <
Block and half from car line, a cleared 50 ft. lot for
(1050, 1-3 caih, balance 6 and 12 monthi.
C. E. LAWSON & CO.
15 LONSDAUs AVE. NORTH VANCOUVEK
I'liont 70 -P. O. Box 97
THE LONSDALE PHARMACY
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•J   When you deal at the Lonidale Pharmacy you    '
get exactly what you ask for at the right price.
*j   Special attention paid to prescription! tnd family
Mcipet, .......
i|   We carry t complete line of Swionery tnd Drug
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GEO. H. COWAN, M. P.
ON REaPROCrTY
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Address Delivered at Sarnia, Ont.—A. S. Goodie ajw Hon. W, J. Ranha7^8b^poter
The London, (Ont.) Free Preti o|
Saturday, April 1st, contalm tn ec
tewlod report of * meeting held in
Sarnie on March 31ei, which piper
said wus the biggest held to date in
Weetern Onttrio in opposition to the
propoeed agreement. Tha chief epetk-
eri were Geo. II. Cowan, M.P., lor
Vanoouver and A. S. Qoodeve, M.P.
lor Kootiiniiy. Bon. W. J. Hanni ol
tbe Ontario legislature, alio epose
briefly. I
Tbe report procetde:
• ion. B. (Viwmi, H.P., wti the lint
ipetker ol the evening. Liberal tpetk-
en, be saiil, were arguing that tbe
present agreement nil merely t resumption of tht trade conditions is-
iitiag from IBM to 1876, tnd that it
made trtde equality between the two
countries. It wu true tbat natural
products were allowed to eichange on
equal terms, but there wai no such
condition witb respect to other pro-
duett. Here Canadian products laced
tt tariff twice as high ae tbat wbich
wai held againit tbe II. S. produoti.
From 1864 to 1866, under tht old
treaty, Canada had become t greater
consumer ol American goods than ever
before,- and the railways ol the United States became the carrier! ol tbii
grsat trads beaded to Canada. Would
this be' tho effect under the nuw ugnv
ment, he asked, and Mi that it would.
Ibe new agreement let American shin-
glee into Canada free, but Canadian
sbinglss must pay 3(1 cents n lb>u-
suiiii to enter the United States. 'Ihis
wat but ana instance of a policy of
"soiling a bids lor t dime, and buying
back the ttil lor t dollar." The
whole tendency wus lo shift lho carrying trade to the United States and
tn confine the employment of Tabor to
ths grind ol producing the raw mu
teriala on tbs free list, to be later
worked up by tbs high-priced labor ol
tbe United Statee.
Protection, ho laid, bad increei-'
ed the number ol industriet employing Itbor in Canada. Tht commodity ol the laborer was bis labor, the
most perishable ol all commodities,
t lu'ivim r, it muit be tho policy ol Die
government io increase iuduitriee so
that there might bt plenty ol labor.
Wagai had never bean so low in Can-
ii.li. it Irom 1864 to 1866. Tbe beet
gauge ol a nation'! prosperity was
wtgee. Roduotion of wtgee tnd reduction of profits wu wbtt conttit-
uled bad times.
"Do ths workmen ol Ihis cily wunl
to see a return to the labor coadi-
tions thtt provtilad Irom 1664 to
1866 V aiked the ipualwr. Labor und
never received such wages al prevail
ed tt tho preient lime, but therstult
ol reciprocity would surely bs to reduce tbem.
COUNTRY'S HANDS TIED.
But some one might answer Ibnl il
evil effects came, tlie tariff could be
changed to protect industry. This had
bten tried by Canada in 1866, and the
treaty had tben baen abrogtttd by
the United Statee. Today Canada
wai in quite as bud a position u lar
te protecting ill industries wu concerned. Ths only instrument for protection of induitriw tnd labor wu
tbt tariff, lo fat raited or lowered according to tbt neede ol tbt country,
tnd yet Hteeri, Fielding tad Pttir-
son had decided that the instrument
should bang oa tbe wall u long u tbe
trolly endured. So if induilry bad
suffered under tbe old truly it would
suffer still more under Ibo uow. Ths
reciprocity agreement fixed ratct ol
duty and tbi govirumint bid io power to cbinge it.
Tbe old treaty wu abrogated is
1866. Tbt Unilod Statue then hoped
tbtt Canada would either enter the
union or go into sbrngstion. Slit did
neither one, though there wen bird
dayi following. But tbt peril 4
tbon dayi brought forward men oi
stout heart to matt tfae dinger, men
lilm John A. McDonald, George Brows,
Alex. Maskeuie tnd others. Wbtt wu
their polity but Canadian reeoUren for
Canadian dsvelopmenl, t'anuditu labor lor Ctatditn production and Canada within tbi Empire, Confederation
wu thtir griatwt tahieveaunt, ibe
purchiM ol tin wait tad tbt bringing
in ol Manitoba, Britiab Columbit tnd
Prince Edward, other ileps in oalion-
tl divsloppaoot. They built the ri.il
wayi to bring producer tad conumer
together and create t demand for Itbor ia Ciatda. Tbii wu teoomptiib-
ed through tbtt grattett ot tl) poll-
ties, thai national polity. The remit
bad bam in Canada there had been de-
vtloptd tn Inter-proyincitl/tradt jumping from two millions to lour hundred
millions pit year, lar and away beyond foreign trade la vtlut, Ibso
thitf wat city tad country trtdt tdd-
ed un|iJ 80 per cent, ol Canada's mm
dottion wu eoneumtd tt home,  nine-
ftWieg top priest in England.    TH*
■mall balanoe going to tbe United
Statee wai the oauie ul tbo prjsunt u-
gltation in Canada.
Why should present circumstance! in
Canada be lost light ol end til arguments be famed upon the leoipro-
city condition! ol hall u oenlury ago.
Canada of today was not lho Canidu
ul old.' There wai no valid argument
I but could be ml vii i mul in support ol
this betrayal ol Cnn.nl un industry,
labor and transportation and he sacrifice of the fruit mm of North Lamb-
ton end elsewhere. Nothing but the
mesmerism of Mr. Tuft over Mr. Fielding and Sir Wilfrid I.,diner. But nun
who prated ol the ripened fruit
ready to fall from tho parent tree,"
were fit subjects lor the "Tally orally
song ol reciprocity."
WAIVINO THE BRITISH PI.AO-
The speaker said he might be a am-
ed ol waving tho British flag aud
betting tbe imperial drum, but knowing western conditions as lie did, he
Mi that.there was some need lor Waving tha British flag and beating Ike
Imperial drum. Thu old stock in the
west wa. loyal, but there wero in..nv
in Iho weet who lately owed ull.i.i
aiice lo another land, and they ii.nl
nol yet learned to love Cannl.i as do
C,ii nli.in. iho old Um.in..' Hull
in Ibe west would bave to In lho lou-
"■n in the lump. In sucn i lime
would it be tbe wise, thing to still
further lever the bonds li'iiding cult
und west und turn the rhunneli ol
trade to tho land from whtci so many
ol the nuw settlers had bul r.rmii)
como. The llriliib 'li.( inusl mem
something lo Cunuds if Ihe Dominion
Wus .to mul I'll down the i uul ill ie-, ih
chief of a groat company of notions
united in tlio greatest ol empires.
A. 11. Qoodtve, M.P., lollowid, ulso
i|ieaking on (he reciprocity issue, Following along historical linos, be reviewed tbo way in which Canada had
bosn developed from Ihe landing ol
Chumpluin down lo Ihe preacnt day.
Mr. (ioodeve said lhal ho had lol
I.nn.I with much interest (ho pledgee
made by Sir Wilfrid when in Ihe west
and most prominent ol all wai tho
pinnule that the tariff w(,uld bo changed only titer proper eiaminition   by
NOTICE
Noliae is hereby given that tin
Howe Sound and Northern Hallway
Coiiipuiiy (a compuny incorporated by
the liyikbii in.- of the Province ol British I oliiiiibiii, will apply tl tho pie
sent session of parliament of Canada
lor tn Act (Ij declaring that the
works and undertaking ol the Company trs works for the general advantage of Canada : III) to eitend tho
lines of railway whicfa tbe Compuny is
iniv, uut Inn I/,.l lo construct und operate ee follows i from a point at or
near Lillooet, ihence northerly tlong
the valley of the Prater river to (lie
town ol Fort fioorgs, iheiico northerly
to tha valley i,l the Pinnip River and
along the valley of tbe Parinip river
lo a point at or near ill junction wilji
the Ponce river, thence easterly ulonu
the Peace rivsr lo Peace River landing ; witb power tu lay out, construct,
operate and maintain a branch line
Irom Newport it Ihe head ol Hows
Sound to ths oitiee ol Norlb Vancouver and Vsncouvsr; (3) to empower
the Company lo own, develop and operate water powers lor the purpoeei of
ill undertaking ; (4) lo couitruct and
ontrttt teliphone end lalenraph lines
anil to charge tolls for the use thereof: (6) to own, build, purcbuw or
otherwiss obtain end operate steam
tnd other veettii; (6) to build tnd
operate elevators, whurl., wartbousae,
etc., tnd to ctrry on ths business ol
gtntvil wirahouseuieji, and for iuch
other powers md privileges is rosy bt
incident il or necessary lo thi tbovt.
DATED tt Olltwt thii 6th dty ol
April, Hill.
PR1NOLE * GUTHRIE,
Citiien Building,
Ottawa.
Solicit on lor tbe applicants.      93-6
)/\Tfr.lNTS
IJ.H'.MiMi^.^'J
<T| tsHctt at Uulnul ot UwJukum,
Hasten ,l l tt ethtit Who nt Ills (lie atiwbll-
ily erfcawaa Ui.lr fsl.il juialucu tiinaadtil
bftlO.rU,  FtcUmlMr/ailvkWiM.   ClWg.a
«Si
r..,If«w York 1,11c
■ratrtluln UCBtSai
i tirih" |ioard.   Sit uciimis wore entirely »t vtrianoe with tbii.
To (HuitiWte the remit! which the
National Policy bad brought to Canada, Mr. Goodovo repeated tlie history of u typicul Canadian indue
try which bad boeh told lo him by tin
founder on the train coming to Bar-
1t\i, Seven yean ago thii man h|to
opened a imall factory in Port Hope
fur the manufacture ol enamelled wurs
in which 86 men wen employed. Today tbtt factory wae employing 700
in n and farm lands which seven yeuis
u„o wero worth from (til lo 878 un
acre wore now hold at Irom If I fill to
1176 an tore. It did not look Irom
this ai if the farmers itad been robbed
in building up this induilry. But how
about pricas 7 Previous lo lho ostub
lii.liiiiiul nl this luctory ouamollol
bul Id ii Im sold lor (36. That factory
brought tho price down lo 117 mil
compelled the establishment in Can
adt ol t brunch ol the Pittibttrg
plant, the largest In tho world. This
American brunch, loouled in Toronto,
wai building a $600,000 plant and
would employ 1,000 men.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF MARTnA H. HOLT DECEASED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
nil penoni having claim! againsl
thi aitatt ol Martha II. Hull, doceas
ed, late ol the City ol North Vancouver, are required to sent by post, pro-
paid, or deliver to Schult;. k Arnold,
solicitors lor the executor nf the laid
deceased, their mimes and addrenc|,
und lull particulars in wriling ol their
claims and the nature ol Ihe socurity,
il any, held by thorn.
AND TAKE NOTICE thut alter the
lit ol May, 1011, the esecutor will
proceed to distribute tho allele ol the
deceased, having regard only to thc
claims ol which ho then shall have
had notice.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that all partica iu.lobli.il to the snid
estate are required to pay tho
amount 'ol their indebtesness to tho
undersigned forthwith.
Dated thia 3'Jth day ol March, 1911.
SCHULT7, ii ARNOLD,
Solicitors lor Ihe Executor.
103-4-6 Crown Building, 616 Ponder
Street, Vancouver, B. C. 3-6
II'SEIIVE
NOTICE ie hereby given thul all vt-
cant Crown lands not already under
reserve, sltutted within the bouiidnr
its ol Ibe I .md Recording Districts ol
Cariboo tnd Lillooet, und Ibo Kom-
loops Division ol Yale Land Recording District, ere reserved Irotn any
uh. i. .in.ii undsr Ibe "Laud Act" ex
cepl by pre-emption.
•    KOBT. A. HENWJCK,
Deputy Minister ol Lands.
Department ol Lands,
Victoria, B. C, April 3rd, lull.  7-6
NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given
thit, under lho authority conlilnod
in section 131 of lho "Lund Act," a
rtgulition has boon approved by tbo
Lieutenant-Govajrnor in Council fixing
tbt minimum sals prices ol first and
soooudclus lindi al 110 and |6 per
tore, respectively.
lln. i .gul nli "ii I'll i In i provide! that
the pricei filed therein shall apply lo
ill Itadt witb i,.pei i to wbich the op-
plication lo purchaio ii given favourable coniiderotion after lln. dull, notwithstanding the date ol such application or toy delay that may have
occurred in Ins consideration of the
stmt.
Further notice ii hereby given thul
•II purloin who bave pending application! lo purchase lands under Iho provisions of ssctions 34 or 36 ol tbe
"Land Act" tnd who an not willing
to complete iuch purchases under tho
pricei ffied by the tforeeuid rogiilgliou
■hill be tt liberty to withdraw such
tppliottiom tnd receive refund of the
moneys deposited im account of iuch
npplienlii.ii.,
WILLIAM R. ROSS,
Minister ol Lands.
Dspirlmsnt of lands,
Victorit, B. C, April 3rd. IUII.   , I,
tn m m*
Phone    198
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
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Sand,   Gravel,   Lime,
Cement   and   General
Builderi' Supplies.
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Gtitraiiti'il.    Prices on
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Grocery
Store
Best Goods at
.    ■■ ■
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All linns of choice family
Groceries, also Fruits,
Confuetionery, etc.
Satisfaction  guariiiitueil
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Our methods are reoojv-
ing favor on jail sides
and busini'ss is increasing wiih givat rapidity
Your orders respectfully
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Jno. Dierssen
PROPRIETOR
Coupons (jiven free on every
(1.50 order to get a chance un
residential lot in Port Angclus.
A. Campbell Hope
C. A. CAL.
ARCHITECT .
603 Huslinjrs Struct West, Vancouver,
B, C. Phono Wia
Roaidenoe: Tinman Illock 1168 1st St,
Kiel,  Norlh Vancouver. Phone Kill
Why Pay
Excessive Prices
when =
TURNER
Cm Supply you with i
Furniture
Crockery
Heaters
Stoves
Carpets
Linoleums
and all
Household Requisites
at a Umr Prica than d*«.
whaT*,     ,
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TURNER'S
70  LONSDALE AVE.
Phona 184
•nd Corner Grsavjili tad SurUu
■"■"■"~"i™«WtSII|»al|»«»«««a«^*«a. TM WWm NOftTR VANGQUVBg, 8, Q,
mvm
C(/nti»i|ud from pege 8)
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4 11 swaty. ■
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The Mncli  rtisfilitti leoli-rs iinli.md he
in 11 ii limit mul liili/iililliic.
poll out uf the window lo In. lie hii
driver1! cupidity with protnlseu of re-
iluubled fare
Klrkwood mopped his ili'lpplng fore-
lii'inl uud ". id .il' d low wilh dlsinuy
It 11 elm d thut from thut luslmil uu It
was lo he a vendclta with a vengeunce.
t'tili'iiiliir, ae he hud foreseen, will
Hopping nt untlilng.
Al ii pogtrot In1 sped down Ilic ulley
to the liml itreet, on which hu turned
bock-more sr-diilely—luwni'il j>liu river,
debouching on the cspliinudc Just une
block from Ihe Hotel du Commerce
Ae he iwung punt Ihe lorried tallies
of ;i cafe wliulevcr fears he hud harbored were linnlshcd by Ihe discovery
thai Ihe cxillcini'iit occasioned hy the
. 11.111- hud already subsided. Ueneatb
Ilic garish awnings Iho crowd was
laughing uml ilmllerlng, ruling nnd
sipping Hi- lieer with complete unconcern, heedless altogether of lho hug- |
gurd aud shabby youpg mini carrying
a black Itittid hug. Without atlriicllng
uny itti'tillnii whatever, Itidi'ud, he
mingled wilh lho i. in crowds,
nnd.in:: Ills wuy lowtird the Hold du
Commerce. Yet ho wns not nt nil nl
ease lilt uneasy coinu.'lcncu Invested
thc pladttunc bng wilh n magnetic attraction   for   the   public   eye.    Te
carry II uiiconueiilcd In his hand tut
tlslted hltn ullli u sensullun us dls
turning us though lis worn bluck sides
iuid been sli'ticiled "Stolen!" In letters
of lliimc ile felt It rendered lilm a
cyiiusiirc of public Interest, uu object
of mi. H'doii lo tbc wide, cold wurld;
thut (he g.i/e which lit upou the bag
traveled In his fucc ouly to cipy
lhereon the bruud of guilt.
Pur eusc uf mind presently he
turned Inio a convenient shop aud
spent ten Invaluable francs fur u hand
satchel big enough to buld the gl.nl
slope hag.
Willi more courage, now ibat ho hud
Ihe luiteful thing under cover, he fuund
nud entered Ibe Hotel du Commerce
lu the Illlle closet which served fur
un ollice. over u desk visibly groiiiilug
with Ihe weight of nn enormous nnd
grimy registry book, a sleepy, fal,
biiind uud good uu lured woman pre-
rilled, u benign und drowsy divinity of
even tempered courtesy. 'I'u his nils-
lending lin|iilrv (or M. Culendur she
returned u cheerful permluioo to icck
thul geullemnii for himself.
"Three lllgbts, in'slcii', In Ibe front.
Hull IT II la  ll'ilcu' dues nut mind
'.'..III in;:  U|>?" She lli.,ilinil
M' di ii md not Iti Ihe lenil, tbougb
by no .. ii..in of the Imagination cuuld
II he truthfully mild Ihat he walked
up those steep uml udoi.ni sialrwnys
of tbe Hotel du Commerce d'Anvora i
More literally, he flew with winged
feet, .' j .ui n 11ii- nodi third padded atop
wilh a force Ihul raiacd a liny cloud |
of flue white dun from the carpeting
Hreiilhh■". at last be pttiiacd nl lite '
top of tbi' third tll.i hi His brttrl wuh
liiiiiiiiiurlng. bis iuiIm'.i ilrumtning like
wild thing!: iIiitc wua a queer con
strli lion In his ibroal, a lire uf hupu In
bis heart nllernitllng with Ihe Ice df
ilotibl. Supiiose she were nol Ihere:
Wbiii If he were tiiiiliiken? Whul If hi
Iuid misunderstood? What If Mulrcady
und Cnlrndiir bud referred lo another
liglglug house? lie pasted dowu tbc
corridor (O the dour whoac puiicls wore
the painted legend 17 and there
knocked
Believing ihut he' overheard frum
within S midden startled ejclniimiloii.
be smiled palletilly, tulcranl of her
surprise. •
Burping witb impatience ai wllfi u
fever, he endured n lung minute's wall
Misgivings were prompting blm to
knock agelo and summon her by name
when he heard footfalls on Ihe oilier
elde of Ibe door, followed by e click
of the lock. The door waa opened
grudgingly a bare ils Inches
Of lho alarmed expreailon In Hit
ejes   thill   Slllli'il   |„|„   |,|„   |„,   |„„n   „„
account. Hit fuce lengthened o liul"
ei be How) there, dumb, filling, alar
Ing, inj bit heart sank, down, deep
down Into a gulf of disappointment,
weighted aorely witb chagrin.
Then, of ibe two the first to recover
couotenonoe. he dotted bis cap end
bowed.
"Good evening. Un. Hallam," be
said, w|tb a rueful suille.
CHAPTER XXIII.
NOW. If Klrkwood'e emotion woe,
pndgnimi. Mn. Haltam'i astonishment paralleled and ber
relief transcended It.   in order HO understand tbJt It must be re
nipmbered that, while Mr- Blrkwnod
wai a ware of tbe lady's presence In
Antwerp, on her part the bad known
nothing of blm since ho hid ir un
..-ul In ti Ily fled her company In Sheer
nnas. She ieemed to anticipate that
"iiiier Calendar or out of hie fellows
would be discovered at tbe door, to
hitTe eurmlied II without any eicees
Ivu degree of pleasure.
Only briefly ihe hciltated, while her
mirpi-lae swiiycd bar. Then, with I
htirilctilng of the eyea snd S curt Utile nod, "I'm sorry," ibe said with de-
t-lalon, "hut I am busy snd cin't lee
you now, Mr- Klrkwood," snd attempted to abut the door tn bia face.
Deftly Klrkwood forestalled bar In
ichllon liy Inserting s foot between tbe
ilunr and ihe Jamb. Be bsd dared too
gnatly to be thus dismissed. "Pardon
mi.'," lie countered, unabashed, "but 1
wish lo apeak will) Miss Calendar."
I'Dnroihy," returned the lady wilh
Spirit, "Is engaged."
"I Intent]," be told ber quietly, "to
see Mlsa Calendar. Ifi oielen your
trying in binder me, We may aa well
itiideruliind each other, madam, and
I'll toll you now tbat If you wish to
ii void a scene"-
"liurulhy," the womin called over
her shoulder, "ring for tbe porter."
"Ily nil means," assented Klrkwuod
agreeably. "I'll tend blm for t gendarme"
"You Insolent puppyl"
"Mndnm, your wit disarms mo"--
"What li the matter, Un. Hallam)"
in i en it in ed a voice from the other aide
of the dour.   "Who Is It?'
"Mi: . Calendurl" cried Klrkwood
hii.'iiiiy. raising hia voice.
"Mr. Klrkwood!" the reply came oi
tbe insiiini. Kin- knew bia voice.
"Please, Mra. Hallam, I will lie Mr
Klrkwood."
"You have no time to waste with
blm. Dorothy," uid the woman coldly.
"1 muat lualat"-
"liui you don't aeem to underatand;
II Is Mr. MrkwoodI" argued tbe girl,
na If hu wero nmple eicuae for iny
Imprudence.
Klrkwood's acaut itort of patience
wa8 by thia lime rapidly becoming ei
l..ni i d "| ahouldadvlac you not to
Interfere any further, Un. Hallam,"
he told her In a tone low, but charged
wilb meuiilng.
How much did be know! Sbe eyed
hint an liisant lunger In sullen euspl
idiiii. then awung open tho door, yield
lug with what grace ibe could. "Won't
you come In, Mr. Klrkwood!" ibe Inquired, wilh acidulated courtesy.
"If you press me," be returned win
nlngly, "bow can I refuse?  You arc
luu good!"
Ills Impertinence disconcerted even
himself. Ho wondered Ihat she did
nut alnp blm u be pasted bar. enter
Ing tbe room, ind tttt tbat be deserved
It, dcaplto her attitude. Bul auch
thoughts could not long trouble um
ivhiiso eyee were enchanted by tie
sight uf Dorothy confronting blm In
Ilic middle of tbt dingy room, bei
hmida, bristling dangerously wilh hai
pins, busy wlib tbe adjustment of u
small gruy tuque atop Ihe wonder tlm1
wea her hair. So vivacious and cbarm
Ing she Bcetucil, ao eplrllcd and bright
her welcoming smile, to forelgu was
she altogether to tba plcturo of ber.
worn and distraught, tbat he bad men
lully conjured up, that be itoppetl
In an citrcmc of dltconcertluii anil
dropped Ihe band bag, smiling ibccp
lahly enough under ber ready laugh
mirth Irresistibly Incited by tbc plain
ly rcud play uf cipreaelon on bli mu
bile euunlcnance.
"You um.'.t forgive tbe uncunveullon
ullly, Mr. Klrkwoud," abe apologised
in idle' ily enough, but to cover bia
cmbarraaaincnL "I im on Ihe point of
guing out wltb Mn. Helium, and uf
course you are (be last person ou earth
I cipcclcd to meet bere."
"It's good to tee you, Mlsa Calcn
dm." be laid limply, remarking with
much aiiliafactlon that ber trim walk
Ing eosloine bore wllncti to ber title
ment that abe wat prepared for tbe
street.
The girl glanced Into t mirror, palled
tbe tmill, bewitching bat in Infinitesimal fraction of an Inch to one tide and
turned to blm again, btr l"i*. free.
One of them, small, but cordial, retted
III hie grusp for tn Instant ill too
brief, tbe while be gated earnestly Into
her face, noting wltb content wbtt tbc
lirst glum e bad not shown him -tbe tl
most imperceptible shadows bencith
ber eyet tnd cbeek bonet, pathetic rcc
ordi of tbe boun tht girl bid ipeut
•Ince latt be bad ittn btr In company
with care.
She was changed i Illlle. but
changed. Sbe bad suffered tnd was
suffer ing, and, forced by suffering, her
nascent womanhood wss stirring In
tbe bud. The child tbat he bad met In
Londpn In Antwerp he found grown
to woman's stslure snd slowly coming
to comprehension of tba nature of tbe
cbenge In herself, tba wonder of It
glowing softly in ber eyes.
Tbe clear uudcritindjug of mankind
ibal It ao appanage of woman'! tattle
waa now added to Uu Intuitions of l
girl's untroubled heart She could nol
he blind to the muts adoration of bia
gn/.e, nor could tht reaeat It Baneitb
II slie colored and lowered her latlici.
"1 wu about to go out," tbe re
pealed In confusion. "I-ifs plessint
to ace you too',"
"Thank you," be stammered Ineptly
"l-l'i-
"tf Mr. Klrkwood will turn ut,
Dorothy," Un. Hilltm't Ibtrp tonee
tlruck In discordantly, "vt shall be
glad to see blm when we return to
London."
"I am Infinitely complimented, MM.
Hsilam," Klrkwood mured btr, sod
of tbe girl quickly, "lotfrt going btck
borne}'1 he etked.
Sbe nodded, wltb a fttot, puttied
smile ibat Included tba womtn. "After
I MtUe-not Immediately. Un. Htl
lam It to klnd"-
'•Vtriou m/> hiy totorruptef "but
tell me OW Mug, pleise. Htye you
any one In England to f bom m WW
go wltbonUpyltitloa and ba welcomed
and cared for-any frUndi or relational"
"Dorothy will b# w|» mtfl Un.
Hallan) answered for bar, wltb cold
defiance,
ullueiately    lusulant;—Wrttuwl
turned bli back to tha woman. "Ubw
Calendar, will you answer pn question
for youmlf I" be aaked tba gtrl pointedly.
"Why, yea, several ftlanda-oone in
LondoD, but"—
"Dorotby"-
"Ont tuoiuciit, Un Hsllsm," Klrkwood dung crisply over Ua ehoulder.
"I'm going to ssk you something rattier odd, Mlsa Calender," be continued,
leaking tbe glrl'i lyta.  "I bope"-
"Dorotby, I"-
"If you pleise, Un. Hallam," suggested tbs girl, wltb Jutt tba right
ibada of Independence, "I wish to
iiatcu to Ur. Klrkwood. Ba baa bean
very kind to me and baa every right."
Sbe turned to blm again, leaving the
woman breathless sad ipeecblett with
auger.
"Yon told me once," Klrkwood continued quickly and, be fait, brasenly,
"tbat you considered me kind, thoughtful and conaiderate. Ion know ma no
better todsy than yoa did Uien, but 1
want to beg you to trust me s llttli.
Can you truat yourself to my protection until we reach your frienda to
Euglaud?"
"Why, 1"- tbt girl filtered, taken
by surprise.
"Ur. Klrkwoutll" cried Ure. Hallam
augrlly, lludltig ber voice.
Klrkwood turned to matt btr on-
iluught wltb a tnlcu grive, determined,
unflinching. "1'lcaat do sot Interfere,
madam," be aaid quietly.
"You ire Impertinent, ilrl Dorotby,
I forbid you to listen to tbia pereoul"
Tbe girl Hushed, lifting bar chin a
trifle. "Forbid?" ibt nptttod wonder-
Ingly.
Klikwonii wit quick to take advaa-
lagt of her resentment. "Un. Hallam
li nut lilted to advlae you," be toileted,
'nor can abe control your actions. It
muat already bave occurred to you
tbat you're rather out of place to tbe
prcaent circumstances Tbe men wbo
bave brought you biUter I believe you
already ace through to aome extent
forgive my apcaklng plainly. But tbtt
bi why you have accepted Un. Hilltm't offer of protection. Will you
tike my word for It wben I tell you
ibo bia not your right Interests ti
bctirl, but tbo reverast I happen to
know. Ulaa Calendar, and V—
"How dure you, sir?"
n.'iinlng wilh rage, Mra. Hallam put
liiseir bodily between Una, confronting Klrkwoud In white lipptd despere-
Hon, her until gloved bands cllucbed
tnd quivering at btr sides, ber green
eyee dangerous.
But Klrkwood cuuld tUence btr, tad
bt did. "Do you wtab mi to tpetk
frankly, madam I Do you wlsb ma to
tell what I know ud ill I know,"
wltb rising emphasis, "of your soclsl
stilus tnd your reltUont wltb Calendar and Mulresdy? I proinlie you that
If you with It or force me to It"—
But be bad need to my nothing further. Tbe woman'i eyee wavered before bit, tnd t llttli aob of terror forced
itself between ber abut taetb. Klrkwood smiled grimly, with a face of
brass, impenetrable, Indexible. And
suddenly sbe turned from blm wltb Indifferent bravado
"Aa Mr. Klrkwood aye, Dorotby,"
•be uid in ber blgb mttsJllc voice, "I
have no authority ovtr you. But if
vou'rt silly enough to could tr for t
moment (bit fellow's Insulting tuggii
lion. If you'n fool enough to go wltb
blm unchaperoned through Europe tnd
Imperil your"-
"MM nullum!" Klrkwood cut ber
ihort, witb a menacing tone.
"why. then, I with my hands of
you," concluded tbt womtn defiantly
"Make your choice, my child," tbe
added,   wilb  s   metnlng  laugh,   and
IS THERE NOTHING NEW
'Tht honor of on aitstrtoaij awUlmtan.''
moved away, bumming a enttcb from
l French long, which brought tba b»t
blood to K Irk wood '• fact.
Rut Uw girl did not undarttiad; aad
he wis glad of tbat -tot, mty Judge
between us," be epptated to bar direct
ly once men- "I «e» flaly offer you
ay word of honor aa aa American gin-
tleman ibat you eheU be landed to
Kngland life tnd eowd by tbt nrsl
ovaUabla tteimer."
"There-i po mi tn bu more, Ut
UNDER THE SUN?
———
YES!:
WHERE?
(J Why, at the J. N.
HARVEY LIMITED
Stores.   There you will
find the NEWEST OF
THE NEW in Men's
and Boys' Clothing, a
little better than the best.
There is something about
their style and finish that
is just a shade newer than anything else in the
west.   One look will suffice.   Call irj when you
are passing 125-127 HASTINGS STREET
WEST, and see for youself i
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MEN'S SUITS
Prices: $15, $20, $25, $30,
$35 to $37.50
MEN'S EXTRA PANTS
Pricea: $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3,
$5 to $7.50
BOY'S BLOOMER SUITS
Prices:  $4 to $15.50
BUSTER SUITS
Price*: $4.50 to $6.50
Vancouver'tfjjome of "Silver Brand" Collars
=*m— Peabody's Union-made Overalls —i—
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J. N. HARVEY Ltd.
Successors to Johnston,
Cq>
125427 HASTINGS ST. BBBHB
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOyVRR, 8, C,"
mmm
'DUNDARAVE' ACREAGE
i«i»i u.
as
D. L 555. WEST VANCOUVER
.
Just put on the market* in parcels of about 2 acres, the NORTH
WESTERLY part of D.L. 555, at an average price of
$2000 Per acre on eMV term8.
The choicest land in the district, completely sheltered from the
north, with magnificient view of theGutf of Georgia. The Marine
Drive, at present being constructed, runs through the property.
For those who ure looking for a lovely homeeite near the sea, thii U the spot.
JOHN ALEXANDER & Co.
121 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
AND
HOLLYBURN (Keith Road), Wert Vancouver
SOUTH VANCOUVER
Corner of VICTORIA and FERRIS
ROADS.   1 st block off ViaORIA,
a limited number at
$450 to $500 per lot
Quarter Caih; Balance  6,   12 and   18 monthi
These lots are level, good soil, easily cleared and
building is rapid in adjoining blocks.
Five Minutes walk from Car
North Vancouvei
UsinD.L.62l,BAYVIEW;
$300 to $325 per lot; $20
cash and $15 per month; or
$50 cash and $10 per month;
or $100 cash, 6, 12 and 18
months —   —
S. F. MUNSON
BROKER
333 Pender St.W. Phone 5654
World, April 13th
Important Dry Docks
Contracts Awarded
Imperial Car Company's Correspondent in England Makes Interesting
tteport Today.
FINANUEI) IN LONDON
■Steps Wall Under Wiy for Cnnsuuima-
tion of This Compmy'! Great Undertaking.
Important nawi wat received by of-
licials ol tbs Impsriil Car Company,
laniited, Ibis morning Irom Hr. Bullock, who, it will be remembered, was
in Vancuuver t thort time tgo in connection witb the building ol tba dry-
dock at Itoohe Point.
lir. Mullock stttee tbtt bo bat let
a ilii/i-n important contracli lor the
compuny, the Ingest ol Iheee Iwing
in the firni ol Swan k Hunter for tho
main structure. This immanss dock
will be built in sections in London und
shipped to thie city. Details are
awaited witb intereit by ciliiens ul
Vancouver, to whom tlie magnitude
tjnd importance ol Ihe company's various undertakings has strongly ap-
pealed, According to the terms ol th
Dominion subsidy construction will
begin nout month.
SECOND NAltlWWS
JECT
IIBIW1E I'BO-
Newi-Advcrtietr, April 1Mb
Mrf E. W. HacUan returned on Sunday Irom t tit Weeks' trip to tbe
Ktit, convinced ukat there ii no dty
thin lo touch Vancouver. Ai regards
thi Second Narrowe bridge project,
the deputation on which hi met tt
Ottawa, bt considers tht subttruoture
work should be sttrted in iii weebe'
timt, before whieb time Uatvt He-
Ntugbt ii eipeoted back from England tad will probably mlkt t iltta-
ment on tbe lubject. Mr. Matlaaa
Ihmki tliers Ie no quetllaa Uie tl,s
fsderal grant.
Pleasant Field*
of_HolyWrit
Save lor my daily range
Among   the   pluumint   lielils ol Iluly
Writ,
I plight despair. -Tennyson
Second Quarter, (.oseon V. Jonah 111,
1-1Y41 April 80, "iOH.   '
HOD'S I'l'i'Y EOB THE HEATHEN
The Book of Jonah is a ring ol gold
curiously graven with mystic device
of ship uml city, lish and gourd, but
whul gives it its greut value is the
.■mill.oni wil|t which it blares, Thu
ii' ni which tho ring clasps and show,.
lo ,"iml'dd im.'iiilili' iiiImiiiIa,:!! il the
inliiiiif love of tInd. Four centuries at
least before John said it catcgoilcul-
ly Jonah suid il in a pictoral way
"(intl is l.ove 1" That ho should semi
his |irn|ih i out ol 1'alesline lo a
heathen cily reveals as in a diamond
Hush tlm «id. lien of'God's mercy,
that hu cured at ull to havu uiialim
city repent, liml be compassionated u
combtion ol ignnrunce so pitilul thut
il .'..did not discern right hat d Irom
lull und Ihul his tender consideration
duscunds to the dumb hrulot—none
of the great religions ol untiiruity
Hush hui li light on tho character ol
Deity I Scarcely any other part ol
thu Old Testament ilutw us much. That
is whul mukes this booklet ol lour
scant chuplers, totulling only lorly
oighl brief verses, one ol thu mightiest things ever done with u pen, making it "ell mens' book" as Curlisle
once called tho Book ol Job. Ihat
such a piece ol literature could c-.er
In1 the butt ol .....Iit wit is a niirveli
Yet no other book iu thu Bihlo has
lawn so ridiculed. It has been considered the vulnernblest spot, v.e.ikest
link which reduces the whole stored
volume lo a rope nl sund. II lho
uvcruge mun hud discnmlni'od |.i-
Iwcun the writing it.-.li aid me in ti-
lii'tiil theological framework which
with the hint iutcnl it hus been surrounded the results would liul Ij"
been so disastrous. Men who ihnulJ
huve In-n heller employed huve fal'tli
to tithing mini and cummin, otwur-
ing whales' juws und estimating the
power ol llie human entitle lo insist
the gaetric juice of a lish and have
neglected tho weightier niii.l'.'r -
Ihe splendid message ol Ihe honk-its
dccluration under a Hguta against Ihe
racial prejudice which would l,m:l the
Jn in.' pity In a -'ii !'■ ract. 'Ibe
Higlit of Jonah illustrate! the inveterate and iiuiiou Iii-iiiled prejudice in ui
which oven a prophet could nol lie
himsell. What h.ip|nmd lo him rka,wi
in a iliiiuiiitic way the futility nl going contrary lo the divine pu>pise
As well hurl oneself against pillurs ol
Hercules, ileathm ttilor und limlh n
■■iti/..ii ap|Hjur in butler ligut iImii
holy prophet, The milori ure nut lo
prejudiced thul Ihey cuiiuul pr-y lu
Ibe Ood ol Israel mul the Mnovjlel
repent. Bill Jonah's piejudire tarries him In deeper depth. Mii-v Ji'i ic
puntunce disappniuls him. Ho would
ralher tlie thtiu so, the cily snved I
Aiiothur obli.i l.*.-...n must lw giv>n
The prophet is revealed lo hitnull os
more regrctlul over the wilhcrin/ ol a
gourd than a city, a gourd ol one
night's growth Ibtn t cily irunineJ
lu its gtlcs with men, women ami
children, Tlie abrupt close ol the
book is its must imprstsivs feature.
It has been uptly said thul Isuuliiisb
prophecy >|uils ti viator jo IM twtm.
tit alrugglo—that r.gamit Hulf I.
Tji£ 'TKACHKK'S I.AN'J EKN
' In tbii instance epirituil truth it
raon important thin liiiloiictl   laot.
II is better to know thit Ibi lovs ol
Ood is tlleabrucing I bin thtl t
humm being could end did lie in t
wbile's belly Mvsqly-lwo houri end
livt to tell tbi tilt. To sltki thi
crtrlibility 4 tbs whole bible   on Ihe
\
—
credibility ol one inoidont in thu sm ill-
lit book—to lay 11 thii is pot true
then tho Bible as a whole is not credible would suoni unwise. Such method
would not be adopted in other literature, The graphic ..style ja well i I »■
Irninl in i In- ory ul the ship-ma. tu ,
''What meanest Thou, o sleeper ? Ar io
and cull upon thy Uod I" jleolbc
sailori showed Iota prejudice than the
prophet. They prayed to hia God.
Junuh's prayer, which is alio u pialm
deserves placu in ritual mil psalter.
No liner example of the cuditioiin1
Mature of protJitical uiiiiounuenieu
Ctin bo loan,I. Win li Nineveh repented God repelllod. Il'iitli' ii tailors had
■io i..In. trails liku the "'loud Samaritan." St. Paul asks "Whit advantage liiith tbo Jew '/" and   11    un-
swors his t|Uostiun, ^uyin; "Muih I io
him wus committo.l the oracles ui
Goo I" But Jewry held the truth ii
nu almoner. "Gutl gave thu Word"
but groat wus lo bo thc enmpuny ol
publishers I Jonah is a triul on foreign missions. I'rof. McEuyden uf
Toronto declares Jo dull n mmo w.yu
Ihe great est hook of the old Testament. 1'rol. CumiH ul Kongsbcrg
says he hus read Jonah one bundled
in.ii . but uiinnot Like up the marvellous book without iems niiniii.' lo his
•yet. The foui'lh ohoptur is the r|i-
uiiix.     For. ils   sake   ill:    piJC'Idi;
eliapiers were written. ThAiiUuition
"Should pot I have pity iu NWeh'l"
ends it, Nothing could surpaii tbe
effective progress. High water murk
ol prophecy \ reaehed. Paternity
'within Croutorshjp-iiotblng peed bo
udded. \   '
VOTING ' PBOIOTSX DEVOTIONAI,
SEBVICE-April 30, 1011. laaiih
Utl-l'J. A MISSIONARY JOUB-
NEY ABOUND THE WOHI.0-
Hissions in Hawaii und tbo I'hil-
lippiuee.
Eight yours und the centenary ol
missions in Ibo Sandwich Islands will
In e, I, uided. Thu ri .ui iii-in ui lho
Islands has hotn phenotn n.illy rapt'l,
accounted lor iu purl by the lacl that
the local idols hud lie;n nlriidy dii-
carded whon the mission trios Inn led.
Tilus Cuon is must rnni|"iuui'
among tho hornei ol lho Held. lie
bupli/id twelve Ihoiisiiiil I'oiivtrls
during his ministry, waiving nil)
thousand seven hundred un i lin.lu
Sunduy. He built tlie I ,"j<:<il ch'tt'ih
iu million binds- The Phillippioe la-
lands wiliiesscd Ilm o.piilu.ne pu'li-
lion ol lerrilory holwjin Has lov-'li
great missionary deiiomiuut'oliH. thus
avoiding the uppe nu i ie ill I'.i'iip'li-
lion or du|)licutinn ol wmi.
NEW DRUG STORE
NORTH
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116 Esplanade
A Few Dc irsWestol Post Office
P.S.THOMAS,Phm.B.
Druggist in Charge
LINES CARRIED IN STOCK:
D/ugs and Patent Medicines
t Cigars and Tobaccos
Chocolates       Stationery
Soda Fountain in connection
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SPECIAL NOTICE
THOR
SBMMHf tH^HHLHHIHHBHBtHI
will be on exhibition daily
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
B. C. Electric Railway Co.'i
office, 50 Lonidale Avenue
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Elegant New Styles in
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Men's
Spring Suits
Priced to save dollars for
you and build trade for us.
$10 to $35
See them and you will want
to see how you look in them.
Try them on-then you'll want
to own one. They are extraordinary values, as you'll realize
when you see them.
? WM. CUMMING
113-118 Lonadale Avenue.
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SEEDS
TIMOTHY BUD CMJVKR
HUT', lillktiti      WHIT*; I MJVKK
KVK UUS8        AI.KAI Vi
11. li K. MIXKI) I AWN (JHAS8
fceed Potatoes
KAHLY BOSK
BI1BBANK
SUTTON'S lil'.l 1AM K
ill  out aecdt art sp.dally idocled tad letled lo comply   wilt
.Seed (lonlrol Aet.  In buying teedi don't overlook o,utHty.
Wt also enr.y a fuU Hot of FaERTIUZERS
wiaasafww'miii '      i    t unit ■■        .   i
The Brdckfimii-Ker Milling Co., Ltd,
I.ONSIMI.K AVKNIIIi.    f   At Ferry Landing.
Say That Outlook lor Harvest Thif
Your il Hesl Kver-Activities ill
Various Sphere! on Account ol
Wheat Crop.
(From our own corretpondept)
* Montreal, April 37.—Tire banks, ihe
millers, Ihe harvest machinery manufacturers, Uie triiiiiipiiriiiiiiin interests,
are til looking forwurd to the farmers ul ('lunula making a record in the
matter of the country's total wheat
crop this year. Tbe banks loud money on tho erupt and they aro preparing to lend inuMirtuisly ihii year.
Tbo millers grind wheat into Hour tnd
they ure oxpeeling to keep their mills
wurking ovortime thii year. Tfao Irani-
portutitm companies handle the crop
aud they aro increasing their mil n r
stuck and Hoots ol vcsscliyliie year.
In connecting with tho harvest oul
look nu important announcement was
mado thit week Ihat intwetts dm el
identified with Iho Canadian Cereel
and Milling Company, had purchased
lho International Hilling Company
and tbtt t holding company was
about to lie lormod vybich would direct tho affairs ol both companies.
Mr. J. D. Mm .'IL\ tho preiident ol tlie
lormer organization is spoken of as
Iho president ol thc now company.
Both tho Coreal antl Milling Company
und Iho International Milling Company stand high financially and com-
in.d.mill tnd the joining ol tho two
will have no little effect on the handling of Ibis ycar'l crop.    The Cereal
'a. mills are all located in Ontario,
namely at Tillionliurg, Lindsay. Toronto, London, Fergus, Lmln u. Woodstock, Ayr, (tall aud llighgalc, and
have a combined capacity pi ovoi
.ri,M»i barrels per day ol flour, rolled
iuls and oalmoal. The International,
as ill name implies, hus mills ou both
sides ol. Iho Iwundary, lour in Iht
I niled Slates and one al Moose 'lu*
It was founded in 1896 by Mr. F. A
H. un ol Now Prague, Minnesota, who
started with one small mill. Tod.i)
I lias mills nl (S'ew I'rngue, Walls anil
illiic Faith, Minnesota, and at UtVtn
port, lovyu, uud al Moose .law, Sunk
iildii'wiiii. In making these otpali
sinus nol n dollar tail side ol the ■"
tuiil earnings ol Ilic organisation Inn
linen 11thi This year tho Interim
lionnl is enlarging tbe Moose law
mill, erecting a rolled mils mill it Ihs
mime place ami acquiring a siring ol
elevators throughout the west. Tin
mu combination ii ill very ablehiiltd.
linnncially. It is understood ll.at iht
lireetors ol lho new holtling cimpuni
will Ik chosen Irom boib Ibo Inteinj
liotial and Ibo Cereel Companies'
boards. ll is also understood Ihul
A. J. Nesbill, managing director o|
Ilic Invest ment Trusl Company lira-
ileal Carried Ihrougii the negoliullntis
which lol to the coinbtnnliou I" "
lormod.
The huivi.l miidiinery |iciiplc are
looking lor an ottremcly busy year.
All Ibe new settlers will uw! WW machinery and liierc ii going lobe con
lidttlbll dillicully in oullilling every
farmer ur woiiIiI-Ik liiimor in lime.
The Sawyer Massey people report Uial
Ihcir fadorios are working duy un'
night lo provide lor Ihe demands
which arc coming Irom Ibe wist lor
ploughs, reapers, rakes and io on.
Thoy also uolicc thai Iho demand loi
heavier machinery such as Ihrosbing
outfits and traction plougln is mud
greutcr thin it wu t lew yours tff)
■bowing thai Ihe 'armors arc getting
more prosperous tnd preparing for op-
orttioiii on e.larger scale this year.
Farly Ihis winter tlie Canadian Pf
cific, Ibe 'irtnd Trunk and Ibo Can
adieu Northern placed Ibeir orderi for
Iruighl curs lo In delivered Ibis Bummer in limo lo help haul tbe harvest
to fort William. Since then addi
ttmiiil oilier, bave Iwon aeiit in 'or a
total ol over len thousand cars. 1'ri-
parations aro also living made for in
cietiing Ibt lonntge of Ibe vessels
plying mi tbe lakes, most ol lliem in
lho grain trade, tnd ol Ihe fleets of
Atlantic tteemere. At a rule the railways art not far wrong end it will
be very surprising if Ibeir preparations lor a bumper barveel tre nol
justified.
Communication
Fxlilor F.spree:
Sir, ll is lime thai public opinion
and sentiment should bo stic.'nd regarding two matter, whioh should be
ol intereit load right-miml'I per
sons, and particularly ' io ull lb nr
who protest and call ihiuiseivri
dui.linui."
Tbe first it the iipen doeecralion ol
Ihe Uird't pay. I will not rater here
to Ihe turning of Ibis dty into mare
ly i working day or a secular holi-
dty l o tbe eioluiion\of til religious
eiercieee or opporlpity of wonbbf
phut God, (or while I Wievt tbii to
be wrong and will do all I ctn to
point out th* tinliHneit ibd lolly of H
"yet trill i judge no man, to bit own
Matltr bt slaodelh or fellet* " But
no one *h»uId be tllowed to do tktt
whieb oSaudt'thi mnUmmt or an
noys the wajofltF of bii Itrlftwi i and
J aik that H>» pminre oi public ppm-
|pn bo brought to bear on tliuio jo-
•pmiiiblo for our legiilatipn in proV
that blasting pf rocks and irWflf PI
made illegal op tha Lsrd'i ))ny. While
respecting ^e liberty ol the individual
tfai community hai« light to demand
that that liberty be kept within ju«l
boundi. For wocks those ol u» living in tbe vicinity ol North Lopsdalo
hove been 4°noyi»d fay tbii blnsling
nearly every Sunday even Gaiter Dty.
I understand that no bylaw exists to
stop tbii. I lor one will never reel
until tbii blot on a du ielinn community is removed.    Tbe legislation ol a
country ii the (pdei tp % condition
Of tlie national conscience Thii axiom
may alio be applied <.r a (iflmfflmi»rJr-
Al 1 do pot wilh tp encroach unduly on your valuable space I will
leave the tnuiHidei-alion ol th* PfhlC
matter to which 1 referred in the first
part pf my letter until nut week.
Thanking yon in anticipation,
Yours truly,
T. P. flows.
North Lonidale, April S6th.
S. ff)TBti]&, the )j>to-date Gro-
oery, 35fl First etreot oait. I'lumu
M19.
Fineet now. ficlnnd Butter, .11 lbs. lur
«l »t the Uprto-d»U Grpporyj
To Whom it Hftif Ponotirn |
Thii \i to certify tfaat I loll, ft cq P
iniured with the Hrilisb Kmpiio lu-
Bitrancc Company, Lid., luccmitiri lo
tfae British American Live Sloek As-
socifttioii Ltd., ol Vanoouver, b. p.,
lor |4l) end have thii dote ncelved
through C. II. llidtniaii, their local
roproeim'tfttive at Nortfa Vanupuvpr, P.
P., their cboqup lor the lull umount.
Datud nt Nortn VentWef, B. P.,
ihis iltb day of April, lull.
T. S. KINGSLEY.
New Subdivisions in North Vancouver City
LARGE CLEARED LOTS
Fronting on Grand Boulevard in blocks 226 and 227
Alio Lota in Block 230, Fronting on Grand Boulevard
and LqU in Block 232a. -
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FOR PLANS, PRICE LIST AND PARTICULARS, APPLY TO 1
Mahon, McFarland  & Procter, Limited
Cor. Pender and Seymour Sts., Vancouver, B. C.    Phone 6286
i
Real Eitate and Fire Insurance Agents
Agreement! for Sale Bought and Sold
Loan* Negotiated. Rents Collected
Choice Properties for Sale in All Parts of the City
Phone 173
62 Lonsdale Ave.
P. O, Box 72
North Vancouver City
URGE LOTS, 50 ft. x 147 ft.
= Cleared, Ready for Building =*=
In Blocks 15,  15a, 16 and 16a. D. L 550.
—>——»«■T»     III       I ' n I .1 I
Prices: Inside Lots, $750 to $1000 according to
location.
Double corners,  $1900 to  $2200.
In Blocks 9 and 9a.   Prices: Inside Lots, $600.
Double Corners, $1500.
Terms: 1-4 Cash, Balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
ACREAGE in D. L. 546 and 550
subdivided into blocks of from 1 to 4 or more
acres. Prices per acre, from $2000 to $3250
Terms: IA Cash, Balance 6,12,18 & 24 months
■ ——W*1a»**P^— ■ ■ '      'I Wmmmmwmmmmimm _, ,
The Grand Boulevard extendi through this property
.
FOR PLANS, PWCg \m ANP PARTIO/LARS, APPLY TO   .
The North Vancouver Land and
*   , i i
Improvement Company, m,
143 PENDER ST. MM VANCOUVER,EC tub; uvmm, north Vancouver, .», c,
h
Uptm^SlwhS^^^^^'
JTANTjafr-Broflny   Hunt   awl   live
tow). Pi* Marleet, let timet wet.
™»v>
WANTBD-Yoiwg man, about 17, to
drive grpoery rig, Apply UU l-ops-
rtala Ays. ®-i
 !	
WANTEO-A wa» to lialll about 7
oordi wop4 frpw North Lonidale. Telephone 4J,
Boom with partial board in private
sfemily-raawnable terme. pivt roin-
Mttt Irom (wry. Apply, J. M., Ei-
preee Oflioe. 2H-4
IIHESSMAKIM! Mrs, G. I'indliiy,
ladiee' end children'e dreatmaktr, de-
eiret ytarb by the day. Terma moderate. Care Mrs. A. Hill, IU IM, N.
Vancouver. 5-5
FOB  BALL
Pure   Milk   and   Cream   delivered.
Lynn Valley Dairy, fid l.onBdale.   13-5
Freeh   Lettuce   for   Sale,
Keene, lfith itreet.'
C.   E.
Freeh eggs, 'Hie pur dpi, at the Up-
to-date Grocery.
FOR SALE-Ooml short Btahle
manure uml duck ojxga. ■ Fish Marnut,
1st "ii..-I  west.
FOB   SALE - Barred Bock   Egga
(Thoroughbred).    W.  L.  ilniilt,  loth
atreet (between 'Malum ami .Innes).
38-4
FOB SALE-liungalnw on SI. Andrew's close lo 1 ."»tli atreet, 6 rooms.
Lot all iu garden, practically new ami
modern. I'm.' 83,000. 93.50 oath, balance as reel. 7 per cent, on balance.
Why rent when you can buy a home
on these terms'/ llritish American
Trust Co. Ltd., Cnrter-Cntton Building, Vancouver.' 18-1
FOB SALE-Cottage ol 6 rooms-
New—14th street, near St. Audrew's.
Large lol, fine view dl the barlwr.
Price «,7nll. 1)60(1 cash, balance f!6
per month. 7 per cent. Tlie price ii
right and Ihe terms are exceptionally
good. British American Trust Co.
Ltd., Carler-Colton Building, Vancouver. 26 I
HENRY B. WATSON
Architect
Boomi 10 tnd 11, Pender Chambers,
SU Pender StreeV *•       '''">"• ;,<51
Betidtnct,  cor.  Lonidtle  Ave   tad
Wnd itreet, North Vancouver.
m BBtf*
FOB BENT - Funiitheil housekeep-
jng rooms, 918 M etritit east,    38-1
Beeirable rooms—bntli-eoutbern exposure, large yap). lteferoncea, Mil
liml itreet etat. 8-8
founu
FOUND-Sailing, Launch on the
North Shore on Wedneeday. Owner
can htve tame by applying to W. Hill,
North Vancouver.
MIBOBLLANfcOUfl
J. Loulit tnd Nprth Loasdale
Elder Murray Co. Kit Iniurnnce.
Gist  it tt tbe Lonsdale Pharmacy,
corner 6th and Lonadale. l'hupe 39. tl
New Presbyterian Church to be Opened
Sunday, May 7th, 1911
On   Sunduy, May 7th, the opeirng
isrvipei of„ the new' I'leibytorlon
Church in Lynn Valloy will be held at
U, Saint 7 p'olock. ¥he morningler-
vioe «i|l be n eiiniliini'il   dedication
may Im obtained Irom any pf the
elnniJi workers. The manager! pf the
church havii published n louvetlit ul
Lynn Valley containing excellent pictures of Ihe boauty sputa pf thia Iwuii-
EDU0ATIONAL
FOBNITUBB
We will buy or exchange your itovei,
rangei and household goods for ipol
caih. Turner's, 70 Lonsdale Avenue.
Phone 184.    Z X Box 313.     .
Tenders Wanted
SEALED TENDEHS will be received
until fi p.m. on Thursday lib May,
Ittll, by tho undersigned for the grading of Lynn Valley School Grounds in
accordance with Ihe plan, specifiou-
Iion anil schedule oi quantities to lie
soon at this ollice.
The lowest or any tender nut necessarily accepted.
,IOIIN B. COSGBOVE,
District Engineer.
District Municipal Office,
Norlh Vancouver, B. G.,
34th April, I'JI I. 11
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I      Ik.
Hill
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and communion tervioe conducted  by,
Dr. Pidgeun of Westminster Hall. The
afternoon meeting will he especially   o
young peuple's alfuir to which a hourly
iiniiiiii.ui   hus I).ve   issued   lor'  all
adults In uttend.    At   this   meeting
Mr. ('. Fukeloy, Iho Methudiui missionary in Lynn Valloy will be lho s|ieuk-
er.   In Ihe evening nl 7 o'clock   Dr. |
MucKuy    of   Westminster   Hall     will
preach   and ut  ull of those   services'
special   music  will   bo  rendend    by I
friends from Vancouver.    On Mon lay I
evening Ihe Ladies' Aid are pulling on
n   buiii|iiet   at   which   suiiiu   o\cell,nt
i.p.'.il.i'is   and   singers  will   bo hour.!. I
Tickols fur Ihis are SO cents each ami
liful Vulloy which ure on salo at Hoc
ouch frum members ul tho Ladies' Aid.
Tho edition, howover, is limited und
will not lie increased, su early application is oesciitiul if copies ure tn be
secured. Hi.I.d... may Im sent to A.
I in I.■ W,min,um or pluineil lu llie Express ollice.
Kur Ihnso inclined to slrull around
lho views uppeai-jhg herewith will
suggest places tn visit. Lynn Creek
uh.mini- wilh bedim spots uml III'1
two canyons uud lads ure so close in
Ihut visitor. In tho church oPM'ng
cun, ii thoy wish, lake these in and
urn unduly prnlung their trip.
Initial Druthcrhuod of ('urpentcrs
tnd Joiners of Amerioa. Local No. I
14%: Heudipiurters lor both workmen seeking employment and contract-
ora needing men, ut Cummings' Store,
Lonsdule Avenue. Business agent's
hours 8.00 lo 8.30 a.m. and 6 to MIU
p.m.   J. B. Tluiiii, business agent, ll
WATEBWOBKS
NOTICE ii hereby given lhal the ro-
bate on water rales for the quarter
ending dune 'HI, finally closet on Muy
let, 1911.
S. HUMPHREYS,
■     , City Treasurer.     38-4
In loving memory ol,
LONOWIND TICK CBEDIT
who in the battle of Keen Competition
Wae smitten hip tod thigh by the
mighty foroee of Beady Money, tnd
wat interred amidst the joyful lours
of hit once deluded follower!. Hit una)
wtt pence (to the grocer). Hit late
followers trade with 8. BITCHIE, the
Up-to-date t'ash Grocer, 366 First
slroet eatt.
Notice to Contractors
TENDEHS are invited for the excavation, laying concrete blocks and
oilier trade* weired jn the erection ol
a rosidence in Ottawa Gardens.
MACKAY It' MACKAY,
Arcbitocla,
Junction Block,
38-4 North Vancouver,
=
DEATH CERTIFICATE
Tail ii Ui certify tbtt Longwind
'Tick Credit diod on He Ut April,
fill, m (unknown tfrtfc oertUette
lust) that by a eaeh tall** from an
up-to-date mttim operated by 8. Bit-
chie, tfae Up-to-ida.lt Grocer, 366 First
•trtet out,.
<«gi) C0MJ¥0MJ«f8E BEfilSfftAft
«t»*aa«(|a|paaaipaaam«^ree*B
'ffct 8i»,.0t. <»Wjpe, which hat baa*'
unoWg/iiag ropajri on the Wallaei
Ways lor a weak or to, returned bar I
rm m Vwimmwy.
I IBST CANYON
SECOND CANYON
LYNN FALLS
APPLICATION   FOB
CE
NOTICE ie hereby givey thtl ut the
next sitting of the Board of Uceuee
Commieeionere for the Dialrict of
North VtftOouvar, I, the undtrtignwl,
intend to apply for a hotel limnso
(or premise! tituate aa Hettley It-
)t»d, Eagle Harbour, D. h. "I, in
llie .aid District ol North Vuuco'ner.
'».. 0. PABKEB.
Dtted tt North Vancouvor,
■Affgm,}nh m
To Whom it May Concern I
Thii il to certify that on March
331 h, 19)), I hat t horse insured with
the British Empire Insurance Company, Ltd., for I300.IK) and havo this
data received, through (J. B. Hickman, their l(Mal roproeontative at
North Vancouver, B. C, their cheque
(or the (all amount.
Dated at North Vancouver,
this 37tfa i»>y of April, 1911.
i, GAFFIN,
B. C,
Dissolution of Patnership
NOTICE' it hereby given Ihat tht
lirm of G. M. N. Coal tod Supply
Company, North Vancouver, has bea
cjiltolved by mutual content tt* tt thi
31tt day of March, 1911.
AH account! due to the firm ere payable to Ihe undersigned and hi wil|
pay all debts incurred by tfae firm
prior to the date of dissolution.
H mWt ».. WHOUlOti. ,
f
Garden Took
•Our spring shipment has
just arrived from the factory, consisting of Rakes,
Spades, Shovels, Spading
.Forks, Manure Forks, Potato Hooks, etc. The above
are all full' strapped and
first grade. Drop in and
look them over,
Paine & McMillan
The Hardware Specialists Phone 12
First Street and Lonsdale Avenue
McMillan's for money savers
A FEW OF OUB I'BICES-COMPAHE THEM WITH ANY.
Sugar, granulated, IS lb. suck ...11.00
Tea, McMillan's 3 lb. for  fl.00
fluking Powder, Colalykc llruud—
full IB oi, Iin    lfic.
Coffee-whulu mat/ mid freshly
ground, |"d  lb '.'V
Ham, fancy sugur cured per lb.. %
Canned Fruits, delieii us t'ulifonra
I'oari,   IVu.■lies.  Apricot! und
li i I'l'.dii.... per tin    -"n.
Pickles, line English pickles, per
1 baitllo  3T>c.
Iliitlur, fresh mudo, New /inland
3 lbs .' »1.0:
j. a. & m. McMillan
eman
■Phone 20"
1 ■
n-r.-^>a. '
Suppose a customer ii tliout lu or-
der something or ulher over yuur
tolopbonc.. I In operator finds yuur
lino or Inns engagod. .The customer
must wait—ur order somewhero else.
Muylw ho chouses to wait—culls again
—again finds yuur line ur lines' busy.
Thut moans a pussible loss ol a customer.
'The business mun 'needs ude-
qiialc telephone service lur Ihe
occuinmodutiun nl hii businesi
und his customers. When you
luse customers Ihmugli busy"
.signals it hni been provul thai
your    tcle|,hunc   facilities   ere
Inadequate.
oplo who got business make
. Jor (heir cuelomeri lo get
them led have Ihe number of lelc-
houo lines their business requites.
Tho number should lie determined by
.tho emount qf use at the B'ltJJEST,
timo ol the day.
T
B. C. TELEPHONE CO., LTD.
Hot Points
For the Man
Uere'i a chance lo plute the
wile.
Qui'i at once a iuio "HOT
POINT"
Ten days trial, free (or asking.
pleasure and comfort on iron-
ing day,
Quly iron on market guaran-
Iced lor two
|iivi'si now, it  mVM
wo ygfjj m ■
Neat, «:jean »>)t} HonomicaJ.
fry ont now and im convince^.
B, C Electric Railway Giropafly, Ltd,
^^ 50 Uowdale kvm*,
M>w^MHaat^n«anw>avOT>|iaHMaeMaawaMHMa*t«Ma.MaM«
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