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North VwPPWVMii 8.0.. TuppA*, May 23, 19U
Number 38
NOW FOR THE BRIDGE
Reeve MeNaught Scores Success-r£onstruction
to Commence This Summer,
Reovo MoNgught returned on Frldiy
ni(rhl lasl frnm his extended .visit tn
the east in the interests ol Durrard
Jnlol Tunnel and Bridge (-ompany,
bringing with him moet encouraging
information as to thc results of his
mission. Interviewed by a represents
live ol tho Express, Reeve McNnuglu
imparted iiiformatiun which leaves no
doubt ol the commencement'nluctual
building operations upou Second Narrows bridge by his Company jest as
soon as the necessary preliminaries
can be disposed. ol. With reference to
tbo Dominion subsidy tho situation is
as followst Tho subsidy will bo colored in tbe supplementary estimates in
lavor of the V. W. k Y. Railway Company with tbo accompanying proviso
that it is to be transferred to tbe
Durrard Inlet Tunnel and Bridge Com-
pmiy aud inasmuch ua the Minister ol
Railways himself will effect Ihis trans-
the whole al met ure including Ihs ap-
proaclioe by the Company which hu
represents. Neither is there any "li
struction in the way ol Durrard Inlet
Tunnel and Brjdgo Company constructing the railway lines whin they
are ready to proceed. Should the V.
W. t Y. Railwuy Company build thoir
lines thoy will huvo tho samo right as
other linos to the use ol the bridge
upon a rental basis. Tho idea of
building u high level double deck
bridge has bocn abandoned aud a single deck bridge ql lho bascule Jilt typo
had been substituted. Tbo roadbed
will be ol sufficient width to , make
provision lor railway, tramway un I
vuhiculur . roadbeds, tugetber witb
walks lor (ledeetrians.
Referring to tho dalo at which actual construction might bo exacted
to commence Roove McNaUghl pointed
to the fuel thai Durrurd Inlet Tunml
and   Dridge Company have lho right
lor it is unite evident thai the subsidy to place Ibcir bridge in any loci
will be m inInlil.' to the latter Company as soon as the estimates have
passed the house For all praclicil
purposes, therefore, Durrurd Inle Tun-
liul und Dridge Company ia in lull p,,e-
session ol the Dominion subsidy '..r
tbo In id re. With reference lo ibt details ol lho agreement, Kerne Sir-
Naught slated ompbatically tbst there
ia no proviso that would in uny wuy
interfere with hia Company commencing operations at once nnd ciiryii'j
Iho entire structure io completion '
rapidly aa it cull lie built. Ihe badge
would be owned by Durrurd lllla'l Tunnel and Dridge Company, log.tl.ei
wilb Ihe approailua (hereto. TI.e V.
W. Ic Y. Railway Company h.-is the
privilege ol purchusing shuroa In the
former company la, Ine cxl.nl ol the
eosl of Ibose .11.|at...-1.)i .-.. bul failure
upon liun part lo avail llia.'insel-' s ol
this privilege would int in any way
delay the continuum cinitruetiin   of
which they .nnhi select at Second
Narrows. It waa possible that tho
location migliL be altered somewhat
from thai whicli his Company al pr. a
en I holds but there was not much likelihood of this. Meantime il would be
necessary lo Undertake further burin;
operations at the point where Hi
main abutlmcnts were to be place'
This would necessitalc the drivint ol
piles and thc construction ol a solid
Irumowork lor operating the drill.
These operations would involve time
and i'.\|M-nM.'. but they would lie disposed ol as promptly ga poeaihlc after
which the pluua and a|iecilic ilii in
Would lw .'..mplii.il und all olhir pre
liiuinaries diapoaed ol with dispatch,
when tenders lor the siihalructurcH
would lie culled for, and an award
inadu at ihu oarlieal p.iasible date. It
wua sulo lo soy lhal actual work on
the aubalructurca would Ik und r wuy
Ibis Bummer.
Waiting ta Reciprocity .to Open the Gates to New Pastures
for his Steed
B.C. ELECTRIC TO RE-START
SERVICE ON OLD LINE
INDIAN CHIEFS LEAVE
LONDON
Mill
turn,   lusl   boat   huving ut   II a.m.
The length ol the course is ahijul ft!
. i miles.     The bonis, according lo   Civ
Tlie departure ol ibe ludiun   Chiels  ru|w governing llio race, will I ebon-
representing Driliah Columbia' ris;rvn-dieiippod us lo   previous   actual   |ivr-
liona, waa marked on Saturday by u   Inrmaiioc, all   nwiiora   being    advjred
proeussion   which   ace. mpurrcd   ■*liicf
Mallliius. sun ol Ibe lute (lliel    -'o-
I'apiJano   who uiuile   a similar
live yeara ago.  (Vd Cbari'e Tlsloay-  membera of the Club.    Entries will bo
mill ol   llie Vuneouver lslund nser.y   Iskcn by Commodore Woods, 6  Una-
lhal such ,. triul wiH be made.   Tin
race will bo o|,en lo all own in of lull
ii.-i-oiiiiiiiiiliii'oii ealiiii cruisers entry lu
'"I1 being  110 (or outsiders  ind th lor
and Simor 1'n-ii,-, ilu l.iil.r being ,
noted   iiiti']|.ii'ii-i   connutlid  wilh llie ■■ '
Indian 'lopurlment ut I'oil   IIuml id  ||AH||(j|| MATTERS AT DOARI) OF
for aome lime, to tlio lerry and b.lor
lo lho train in V. ncouver.
Some thirty chiels and head n u i-i
lho lull costume ol their rai.'e i.o'i
pari ill thc proceiiion which idler il
left Ibe ferry on Ihu Vencoiv. r s'de,
marched up Huin itreet uud '■■ wu
Hustings before procsedini lo the ila-
lion. Chief .loc i ipil-. .. it,i' d nn,
Hubert, who will W the rati obid, lo'
g.'ili.'i wilh sin a-- ..ill i l.oys of I.i.
own age, dreeeid in the lull la dun
dresa, manlud in ihe proa.- .. „ juil
Iii-I.ii..I llie band whiili had hen procured lor the occusiun.
Thu, pageant brought to the minis
ol rouny ol ihe onlookers llie 'itpriiw
scenes in the early days ol the   we/I
when Ibey <,r their lelhcrs hewn! their "F"n tbe beet method id procedure
homes from Ihe prom'sint weeturn
wilderness oppoaed by. lho e'ioila 'qf
Ihe red man who then reignui ill-
promo. ('jvili/uliun, howovir, I ad
e. iiupii'i ail and I he nn ng i y ol 11 c nation  Fas smolherid  by thc Coming ol
.education,   iho   ca,n'|uo I   l+,n;   lur  boys, Earnest oni Hii hard
 ,._ ,i „ .i.  t   ..a .......  ..      ....
A   communication   Irom   ths   D.   C
Eleclric  Railwuy  to  llu  effect   lb.
thoy would'coiiliuue thu operalion   0
thu  discontinued   line   on   the   Keith
Roud with u hall hiuriy rervice,  wus
received by llie cily couniil und rend
ul laat nighl's meeting.   Tbs d c'.i in
is the result of many protests   which
Imve been mudo by the cily uul   d.s
Iriel councils al Iho inat gulioii of pr
perly   owners   or   thoa.-   n'uresl d   in
reul eatalc affected by Ibe disum'iii
anoe ol 1 hia car line upon Ihe opcuin
ol ihe new exlcnsb n on Fill A v. mi".
Aid.        II' Idla.    ad,      ill,.  1     ial       I I.Ill ill
would be satisfactory iu Ihe ' inai.
point that ol the service in lbs pn
liculur lino being resumed bivinj
boon gained.
Aid. Dick ihought il would be  d i
guroiis to ai idi I.j a precedent  in   I li
matter as^jjic franehiav ol ihe B. C
E. 11. culled lor tho cars to meet Un
boats   ol    tho   lerry    Heel    und 6hc
Ihought it wai up lo llie council   I.
aee lhal lliia wai enforced ns will n
the original resolution regurd.ng   III.
Compuny abandoning any Due   wi 1
un! the cniiscnl ol the cily council.
Aid. lienderaon auid lhal the   Ir
ebise contained a specific clause to I'
effect ihut a ball hourly eorvicowo'1
be operated nnd „ sub cleuse thnt lln
cars were li, ineel I he ferriea whinen"
poesible.
Aid.   Dick  aaid lb it   it   *ui mori
than a 'piesliou ol protecting the pr
perty owners on (he abanduniil   liw
Ibat Ihr D. C. Electric Bailway   h
all along nclrd aa il   hey considered
Ihis .Inii«" ua lo im i nj Ibe   terries
I Imperative,  Hint they not I ecu run-
j mug Inle eara lo mod  llie lerry rcr
: vice when auch is nol tbc Case iu Vun
j couver, and il we allow ib in lo  pul
I Ihe Inuui i"' ii-nle in Ibis m'innr now
I may   wc nnl   look   lor more icrlous
I trouble in the In    AH   Dick Hun
I moved llmt ihcellcntiun ol Ihe B. C
\ Eleclric Ily .l.e called I., Sfae clnUie ii
iin- li, on In..- rclcrring lo ibe.meilin
ol lerry   booli and Ihut the  Council
j protest  ugainsl  Iho runnini ol any
I other aervice than, that operated    by
tbe lei lie.     This motion Wae s r.iiil
od by Aid. II. n 1.1.< n I nd carried un
aiiliiiouily      Aiei.id ug lo Ihe   I tie
Irom the 11. C. Electric the service i,n
j the Capilano line will 0 jw be up  tin
| old Keith Road line   and   back   an
The remanded  ca.se  of lho   Turner  Irom (hence up ihe new exteniion on
dale Avenue.
TKADE
Harbor mailers including ihe advisability ol again approach's < lho Dominion fui. ium. i.i wilh ns."' I I" ll'.'
appninimiiil ol a Board ol Harbor
Commissioners lor Duirard Inlet will
lie Ilic subject ol del.ale ul an i djourn-
.'■I meeting ol the Dourd ol Trade to
be held in the city hill thie
evening al eight o'clock. A
.ball ne in a.i ml road at the nieetBi
last Tuesday e.ening will c nstitute
the basis id the diacuaaion, one of the
clauses ol wln.i. reapiests the Dominion 'iovenimcni to appnini a Commission to thoroughly in pn i tbe harbor
and existing conditions and lo report
in
order lo improve aud .-pup lho fair
bor in accordance wilh modern ide.n
snd with a view lo ils future giool-
noes.
greater than the previous one oi physical fold'
' The quaint and historic costumes,
cadi decoration of wh I. had a <mc
hidden meaning, formed „ slrun e contrail wilh the background of In.- modern "splendid buildin.s on I.mi dale
Avenue stejidn/ on lho /ormor sites
of wigwams of hl'nlin; ground'.
Thc party were met ul \Viiot,ver
by Chid A lb ..I W,l.lil„l, ,,( Iv.i. .1,1 .
representing the Indiana on Ibe
Skoona reeerve, who ie n)w tong lo
London,
 i ■
CATES CUP RACE
Ihe   district   council   on
board  in
N, a I ■ I Id 1 111
morning,, bdore •). F's. Foremau  an)
I.
Arrangements for thc annual cup
race of cruisers (or the Cutis cup are
completed ond the ovist is scheduled
lor the m 4 -lune. T*» race will be
from tlie whurl 4 the, N. V. V. C.
around Osjnbicr Mood wfaidi will be
passed 0 the eMwd d*> sod re-   VaneoYv.er.
Fdl Kieii-ie. nil ol *hiib will le lur-'
nidli.il for thc price ol 6 d-nls.
' Iliaa Inn        I ,. I '. I -,    lb}   Cilj '«    I'll    II   llll
Kenne wae adjudged as follows: Eer- agent, wrote, advising thc investing of
nest wus lot oil with a severe repri ibe ain'tini 'und ia rb ,rt term local
iiiinid and Riih.iiil with hii lathe., improvement deljenlnni in |.r,'ereice
signed bonds lor WW each lo kc.p io first inorlgeges, as Alderman Mc
tin- peace for ono year. Uae pointed out that Ihe finance com-
mitloc had  elready  made report  ..n'
this  matter il was referred to   Ih
Somewhere in tho vidnity of 6/XW icommilloe lor conddoroli'0-
paid lame were mi-in.l by Ibe lerry,   Moyof llcN'sirh callid ut ten ion   t»
and D. 0, Electric Companies on Suit ihe /act ibul tbe roocnl offer reee'vrd
day, which is ihs largest Sunday bad-  through Aemilim Jervie lor |iW, o
uev ever bundled by either Company worlb of die dty's debentures At
and proVi* conclusively that (he dot- rate ol l| per cent, ana thi bed o'>
ing of the bars iu the dis^icl makes „l ihe kind tfae cily had ever reoiived,
no diflorenco wlieUvor in the visits of  ibis mailer had boon acc«|ilod   afid
tourist or piuiii-kcr on Die Soidu h the sanation 4 lbs finance -oommiltc..
day, because il is not lor lbs a,rl „l  had bang obtained.
Ihiiyg these iwople come, but l-ernus.'     |n  rrlarwcs tp ths  adjuslinrnl   i
Ihe induceiunit. offered by No-th V, n    ihe   daitos of (be ladiess in ci nnrr
couver ere lor greater Ihin any ofer tion with Ibe dsmsgee whidi  they
ed by olios or suburbs adjacent   to I claimed had been done lo «fa«r proper-
|(y result ant oi the buildini   ol  %
lencc around tho reserve elosc lo tf.ic
Indian Mission. 'Ibe muyor iuid that
Ibe in.hi.-i seemed lo bu one lor
prompt attention. In souu cui«
damages hud liul) uwurded to Ihe In
iliana und lliisnRenini lo have cans..I
others to upply, and ,,!ih .. I, the
ai .nn., .-.I iicui in i|ueelinn were upon
the roud Ihe Indian who sccka recompense represents ihcm to have Inon
plauteil by llieir lalhera and giaiidlu
ihcis and lho action ol the council in
placing llie atrcots in any plate they
wislicd did not get away Irom tbc
lacl ol their original ownoialnp.
Aid. Kittson laid th.H aa ibe lalhera uud grandfathers I. .1 plan .'.I
the Irecs under diseuis on ho lb ughl
it wm a mutter which should be le'i
lo lho i-iuiiill.iih.il. lor erHtrslioB
Alter somo diacuaaion however il waa
decidnl that Aid. Biaa unl ih in in
eer should Investigate the mailer an I
nmke u report on (he sunc .1 li
next meeting.
In connection with the mayor's hi;
. a in.n in regurd lo u donation lo lb;
horse show which he bid Ijecn naked
lo present lo Ibe Council il waa d>
cided to rclcr ihe' mul tar lo Iho li
nance cumin.n..- lor their conaideru-
liun, •
Dy molion ol Aid. Kittson a icsolu
lion aaf i- Ii.leiai-,. will Ic lorw.irdello
the widow ol the late Mr. I). Vi\ Elder r.\|iroasing the sorrow ol ll.e'oun-
cil lor her in her sud bereavement.
Mr. li. A. Reefer, dialrict engin-srul
New Weslniinaler, wrule reyng liml
wilh regard to the propoacd txteneon
ol Ibe Eiplanude ibrough Ihe lediai.
Reserve in Ironl ol ih- Squumiah In
ilian Mission the ion nl ol the Indians waa first necessary when he
would await the instructions if the
I'p.iiiin.iai ol public works al Ol
laws,
The dork wai in trucled lo nd is,-
Mr. Si.niiiaii of iho dcparlmenl ol inn
line and fisheries ol Ilic contents ol
Ihia I.-l i.-i
The recent inpniy id the .'.junnl oi-
reclud lo Mr. 4. I'. aM.-l .-...i,   de|iity
iillolnej giiielal.  will)   legal.I     l„     the
legality ol volin; on an niicduml of
aale was onswonsl by Mr. Mol.eod in
I l.'it'-i slating thai the holder ..Ian
ngreeintnl ol sale cannot voto oo il
only.
Aid. Dirk rccommc d.d'tbti Unis
matter be rderred to Ibe dly "ili'iloi
(or a lurther report. a
Aid. Smith ssid-lhil whon ., man
li'.iigiii a piece ol property oni viCeiv-
id his agreement lor tfa.it portiot ol
land he owned il, The al I rmuu
also called attention lo tfao lacl Ihat
Hull world of registered properly, Ihe
necessary amount lo be ible In c.isl
a, vole, nn I.' l>e prrotntcd as on a~-
giiiiuiii in Im .a ol '"i'ii; en on
agreement. He tfaougfat tint by making the tnxpnyeia Ihe ''ii'Hi mlgbl
lie a way oul of Ihe difficulty.
ily molion. of Aid. Dick, it Wit do-
.id.al ibal Ihe derk ci.afer wilh the
dly loliejliir today Biking f-.r t" "
complete information By nexl Tbura
day's mooting.
Tfae mayor also reporled Ihe nfeipl
I a letter Irom Mr. Ilmic d, ,«. ml
au|wriiilendonl ol Ihe C.V.H., eking
the dty to write to the railway co»-
misswn requesting Ihem Ib drier action re providiag meant ol er ,iajj,/
li.f.U- trackt .st tfce Vafl»^;tr   ap
proach to the Icrriea pending Ilic result of ia.,.,!min ma now unlcr way
in regard to the plana lor a subwuyi
Dy motion ol Aid. pick lho I'Iter is
lo be fi.i«aula.I to the ih lirm.in' of
the railway coininiiaon advising lhal
lllC   pi,HI   tor   a   .''dill al    .llllll.11 led     li;
Ibe < .ni nl um I'acilic Railway Co. Ion
commit toe Irom the cily council   was
very    unsatisfactory    lo    th-'    "ity   ol
Norlh Vancouver,
The secretary of Mayor Taylor ol
Vancouver wrote asking the cily council lo send u delegation to a muclin;
to be held in the cily hall ul Vancouver lo consider pinna for a celehr.ilioti
on June tho '-In I which the Mayor
nud Council were invited to riiuml.
'Ihe writer alio mention d thnt il arrangements could be made iorvthc ul-
toirdunce ol ihe Norlh Vancouver City
Bund such would he n very attractive
and enhancing leal ure lor the proposed celebration.
Mayor McNeiah wua appo ntcd chapman ol thu ili'hvaii.ni and ibe service,
ol Ihe cily baud will lie roquisilionoj
lor  Ihe ami,..nan
Mr. P. I.ma, ia .alia al the council
usking Ibul sow'age Work lie baSliUid
a.ia the Esplanade in lr.nl of the Ho
lelNiurlh Vancouver. He poinledou'
thai Miid work ahould have been Bulled ily Ihe i'Mli ol April and thai
his l..,t.i waa suffering on account of
lho delay.
ihe engineer reported in Ibis connection timt rains had seriously delay-
ai the work progrcsiing us   lust   as
aad,'Id    .dlia I .'. la.a    llUVC 1'" 11
Mr. I a. ..n wui finally ..and by
llie Muyor Hint Ihe inuttcr ahould
have  the  allintiin  ol  a committee
und the work would be pushed forward   aS   I'-plaa.lldl
moke room lor a weaker team lor the
time bdng and give it'a chance to
build up » championship dees, il the
league is ever to bo enlarged end tbe
game to bo encouraged.
SCHOOURUSTEES"
Plans Accepted for Gael Kud School- -
Assistant High School Teacher Appointed.
A special meeting ol the Board ol
School Trustees lor the City wat held
last evening, the lull board being present, Chairman Steaoey presiding.
Sixteen plane wore submitted lor (hi
proposed now school building on Hid j
way Avenue. Assessor Alexander Law
recommended that tho plans submittal
by Messrs. Jones and Gillam ol Van
couver bs accepted subjoct lo compliance with the conditions with respect
lo contract price. On molion this recommendation was udoplcd and Ibe
architects ii me instructed to cull l.n-
tenders forthwith. Sixteen eote ol
drawings wore submitted in ull en I
tlio secretary wus inslruotcd to retain
lour seta in order ol merit, ponding Ihe ia all   ol Ihe cull tor lenders.
A loiter was read Irom Mist A. S.
Clark ol Now Westminster acocpting.
thepoailion, ol naaiHlalit prindpal of-
the local high .school al u s-iln:;.- ol
tlalll per month. Miaa Clark h.ii been
for aome lime lady principal nf „ ml-
logo in Iho Royal City.
I'rincipul Beiinot wrote with reference
to the deairo ol thc Board that membera ol the staff of tbe |«iblic schools
reside aa far aa possible in North Vencouver to thc effeel Ibat those lenh
era who are at present in lodgings are
juile willing lo luko up their residence iu this cily but lhal ibose touchers who are residing al home desire
be permitted lo Continue lo do
The Dourd expressed llieir compliance wiih Ibis arrangement.
The Royal Bank ol Canada will   '
open lor business iu llieir new quur-
lers at thu cor. of Lonsdale   Avenue
und Second street on Thursday,   the
Will insl.
For Ihe benefit of those who wish
In spend tomorrow's holiday in the
i vicinity ol Iho Canyon View Hotel uml
'Second (apiluno Canyon. North Vtn-
|couver, the City Band will givo Bund
1 concerts al both ol ibisr Jilnccs during the entire afternoon. .-.-
,   Niss Lucy Boyd, Dunce o! Mr. .1. II.
, English, proprietor ol. the 0. K. grocery, one ol North Vancouver's most
nourishing institution!, arrived in tbc
cily on Sunduy alter u pleasant pass
uge ucroes the Atluntir and tho Ion
overland journey by. rail. Miss Boyii
will be married about June 1st.
Nr I). W. Elder, ol Elder Murray
Co., the wdl known Norlh Vancouver
linn, dml on Sulurduy evening ut tbc
hospital aliei about a week's illness.
Mr. il.l.-i contracted .. culd a short
j time ugo and l.it.-i this developed in
H      .       . ii tu pncumouiii which enused hii  death.
I roiessional Lacrosse !|i,r'•■"^ *aa one oi the pioneer buu-
  ncsa men ol Norlh Vancouver, bavin*
been  here  nnce  the early duys, and
.. V.  Club Fails lo  I an I  Lcuguo
Franchise
lices on Ibis aide of Burrard Inlet.
ihe lunerul takes place li day
11 in-.duy | Irom Hainan Bros', undertaking pnilon. going lo Vancouver by
the 11.10 lorry, interment to lie mude
in Mountain View cemetery.
The case ol Hardy and Muir was
given a bearing Injure Mayor McNeish
and J. J. Wooda, J.P. Ihis morning
in Ibe police court. 'Ihe charge was
Ihat 4 obtaining money under la1- -
pretences  Irom   Ihe   Bank   ol B.N A.
North Vuneouver prolcsaiunal lacrosse club failed lo mukc a ntning
cuso in their-argument with Ibo Vuneouver learn at Rccrenliun I'ark on
Saturday last, Ihe best they could du
being the short end ol s .Core which
stood ihoi.-.ia goal- lo three. Al th
meeting ol Iho B. C Lacrosse Ass
million winch was held in Ihe .-i.-inii
it was I'liuiiiiia-uusly ugriod Ibat tfa.'
Norlb Vuncouirra bad not shown Iho
form that would just ily lldr admission Ihii soaann and tbey were ... Mi Beevo eppourcd representing tfa
cordingly cxcludod. The familiar Cou- -Bank end withdrew tho diorge. May.
plot assures us that "It Is better to McNeieb said Hal ho conaidord. the
have loved end lost thon uever to |uoee ehould have been ijivistiguled fur-
have loved at all," and reasoning j tfacr alter tfao court had md thro
Irom  analogy  it  il belter  to  have times lo give judgment on the-mat
he
or
tried and lulled than never to have
Iried at all. It ia unlorlunute that
lhal Ihe club did nol see its way dear
lo accept the generous otcr of lir
('on donee lo play a roriee ol oxhili
ilion games during Ihe aonaun al
North Vancouver. Could this hive
been arranged the North Vnjgcouvers
should have bad vory good proipe t
ol winning a place in lho league nexl
season. The disband n < ol tfae dub
practically puts,Ihcm permanently oul
of lho riinnin; aid il is difficult to
sec just bow any other dob is to
break into Ihe charmed cirde il tbey
arc eipeoted to put a team in Ibe
Add tbat can take ojuol ron'i with
Ihe New ^MUnjnetcr end the Vancqu
tor, and dedded tfaat Iho llank of B.N.
A. be assessed' the costs ol tbc court,
DAM K TOMORROW KVF.NINIJ
Tho Victoria Day dance lo be hdd
by the local aerie ol the Fraternal Order of Eaglet In Larson's Pavilion tomorrow (Wednesday, evening givee
every promise of proving One of tht
most enjoysWe functions held unt|er
the auspioee ql this lodge. The Eaflts
sre known as royol cnlertninera and,
the preeool occasion will fully uphold
thdr exodlenl reputelion in atpty fa-
•poet. Tbe proaenl at ion ol a Ctttbt-
ca(« of life m<|0>borsbip lo Uf. f). fmf-
son will be one of the features qt the
yer teem Irott ** initial effort. It » programme lor Uie ersoiug. The at-
TOiionable tp suppose thai those two tendance Will be edeot and oD will fins)
mmAv dubs will «>d il nautsssry tu |tbeflaedvte fa PoPf***} f^rovus^gs. TWO
THK HXPRES3, NORTH VANCQUVRK, B. C,
"■"■inn.
The Bank of British North America
Capital Paid Up $4,866,666.    Unserve Fund $2,652,333
■"       Miisisisf am ■      in    iff an—ef ' »-'- mtmttmmaamm i   is i li. I. ■ t, . I ll u.if,
2 Office* in North. Vancouver-^
CORNER LONSDALE AVENUE AND ESPLANADE
UPPER LONSDALE AVENUL . near Fourteenth Street)
ll '    .
Saving puposils ol $1,011 nnil upiyarilsj rticeivt.-il.
Interest alliiweil at ciirrinii r .irs.
Uankai's Money.Orders isMt; .1.
Myth^|iic«s transact a genn.il li.inliiiirj imsini.'ii.s
Sin! are opuii on Sntnr.l.i'   niglii.
F. T. SALSBURY, Manager.
Capital l'aitl Up  i 27.10,1)1)0
Id'.ici-i n li Undivided l'mlils    :i-J'.n,iii.il
Tola) Aasols   10000,000
~r-
ll ia mil easy to filler the hnbils
ul a lileliine- no small mat tsar lo
forsake exiravugiin.'o unit learn to
save.
Yjiii will never leiirn unless you
have uu incentive of u Suvino Account
Do not procrastinate—call at Ihe
Bank ol lianiillun -ainl open un account.
(!. Q, HKAVI'.N, Agent,
NOrth Vuncoiicor.
u*tm*iamiimi'nfTmTa\mm''i\
2 SNAPS
■■■■■araffMwn
l,!iri,'ii Double Corner, Hi. Andrew
uiul 14th Siicii -      -      -
50 ft, l,i)i, 2J Blocks easl of Lonsdale Ave., di'.ircil, facing smith   -
$2600
$1050
W. SIMPSON
430 HOMER ST., or 1st House east of Lonsdale
THIS HOUSEWIFE
I... I a a a, aa.l.is
Old-iuhiimad Dye.
THIS HOUSEWIFE
hu been ualug
Rainbow Dyss
They both began at the same time.
Which Do You Uw?
»■»;«
do not soil the hands or stain oi ruin cooking utensils.
OHTlIK I to:i nuoKI.K'l' IHII rnl.Ult laud at
! imUM        ' i McnowKix
B. C, IIUCOIIMUN B, % looilore
WASH GOODS
SPECIALS
fcliMJINI,  SCOTCH filNfJHAMM,   qui  own  importation  in   I'lain
Mbarobijoya and Checks, a|ieciul per yord  10c
fliiioii I'ltlMS, K„ixi heavy quality,   Ijybl.   and dork colors, special
per yard  K)c,
'OKV.titi MU.SI,IN,s, plain ,,Dd fancy   |b'mily   slrijies,   also  dots   and
crossbars, price   10c and ihe.
A lotye ussortmout of Victoria I.uWns, Indian Linens, 1'. rsiun l.awnl,.
Naisooks, OrKandist, etc,
-Bnttnnt erjyarai from your own nlsteiiul ell sum.   ,
mmmmmwiiTir"i   " """.'a' ""   .   ",T  .   \,'" mi"..
J. J. McALEECE
UdU, Mod tMwiala Black ■    '
U)»SWft S^BNUIE COR, Ueh and MjlWJMMJ
TWO STORM
a, ;   '     '
Me
BLACK
BAG
By Louis Joseph Vane*
CawriSkl, l9SS,'b>lkaB.I*.H.nill Ca.
[llONTIHDID,!
.......
"How can I say}" sbe expostulated.
"At nil evente, he seemed to know me,
end when lie added something about
calling yuu III, Inn lie said 'Mr. Kirk-
wood'  l didn't hesitate."
"It's Btrange enough, surely, and for-
luiiiile. Illess Ills heurtl" eald Klrkwuod
And "Iluml" said Ur. Brenlwlek
considerately, entering tbe study, lie
had dlsciiriled tbe dressing gown snd
wee now In evening dress.
The girl rose.    Klrkwood toned.
Mr. Brenlwlek"- he began.
But llienlwli.k begged his patience
with au eloquent gesture snd rang tbe
bell.
A soft footed butler, Impassive as
Pete, materialized mysteriously In tbe
doorway.
"You rang, sir?" be Interrupted frigidly.
"II any one should ssk (or me I'm
nut at home."
"Very good, sir."
"And il you should see a pair ol disreputable scoundrels skulking In tbe
ii.'i,:hiai'i haa.aai, one short and stout, the
ulher lull und evidently a seafaring
man, lei me know"
"Thank yuu, sir." A moment later
ihe fronI door was beard to dose.
I;., ni ii i. I. iiiriii'd with a little bow
to Ihe girl. "My dear Mies Calendar,",
he suld, rubbing hie tbln, fine bauds -
"1 um old enough, I trust, to call yuu
sucb without a,neiixc please be scaled."
"Would yuu mind telling ns bow you
knew"- begun Klrkwood anxiously.
"Not In the least, my deer I'lilllp. It
Is simple enough. I possess eu Imagt
nation. Frum my bedroom window,
nu llie Hour ii hove, 1 happen to bebuld
lwo<tabs ruling down the street, (be
one doggedly pursuing the other. The
foremost slops, perforce of s fagged
horse. There alights a young gentle
■■nui looking, if you'll pardon me, uncommonly seedy. He is followed by
a young lady, If she will pardon uie,"
wllh another Illlle bow, "uncommonly
prelly."
Breulwlck removed his glasses, rub
bed I hem and blinked tliougblfully at
the girl "My ilcur," he ssld suddenly,
wllh a peculiar tremor in bit voice,
"you resemble your mother remarkably. 'I'm i should knowl Time was
wbcu I was oiio ol ber most ardent
admirers."
"Vou- y you knew my mother?" cried
lioroihy, iiioioiimiiy moved.
"Hid I not know you at sight) My
dear, ynu are your inolher reincarnate
fur ibe good of nu uiiworlby world.
She was e very beautiful woman, my
dear.",
"liul you will tell me"—
"A number uf lulereellug things.
Miss i 'al.-ial.ir, il you'll l«j good enough
to lei me choose the lime. I beg you
lu be puileiil wllh Ibe Idiosyncrasies ul
uu old main who means no luirui, who
bus a reputation us an ecceutrlc to sus
lulu before his servants. And now,'
said Breulwlck "uow, my dear hoy,
for Ibe adventure."
Klrkwood chuckled, lufecled by his
host's genial humor. "How do you
kuow"-
"iluw eau ll lie otherwise?" cuuu
tared Breulwlck. wilb a trace of asperity. "Am I lo be denied my uiJiuii
lure? Sir. I refuse wllbonl equlvot.il'
lion. Your very bearing breathes ol
luiuunce. There must be an udveulure
forthcoming, pblllpj otherwise my die
appointment will be so aeulo Ibal I
shall be regretfully obliged seriously
lo consider my rigbt aa a householder
lo show you Hie door."
"Bin. Mr. Ilrcnlwlck"-
"Slt down, sir.'" commanded Hunt
wick, wilb such a peremptory note
Ibat llu young mau, who bad risen,
obeyed oul of sheer surprise, uj>oo
which his host advanced, ludlcllug
blm wllh e loug wblte forednger.
"Would you, sir," be demended. "egaln
eipose ihis Illlle lady to tbe inacblua-
lions ut lhal corpuleut scoundrel whom
I hsve Just bsd Ibe pleasure ol shooing off. my premises because you
chooee io resent to eU mep't raillery?"
1   "I   apologize,"   Klrkwood   humored
blm
"I accept tbe apology In tbe spirit
lu wblcb II Is offered. I repeat, now
foi Ihe adventure, I'hUlp, II the story'* long, epitomize. We cen consider details more et oar leisure."
Kirk wood's eyee consulted the girl's
fa"' Almost Imperceptibly tbe nodded blm permission to proceed.
"Briefly, Iben," lu began haltingly,
"(lie men who followed oe to tbe door
here Is Miss Calendar's fattier."
"Obi   His name, plesse?"
"Oeorge Burgoyne Calendar."
"Ah, sn Amerlcsn I I remeoibel now
<'outIum-. please."
"He'le hounding os, sir, wltb Uie Intention  o/ stealing some properly,
If. £ KftUflCa
Expert on Flrtplaces m4 il'
classis of Brickwork
All Work Btttrantaei
Corse* mmm Ut, aai Uabaa Art.
which he caused to bs stolen, wblcb
we, to put It bluntly, stole from him,
to wblcb fas bus no shadow of a tills
snd which flually we're endoivortug
to ret uru to Its owuers."
"But Wby have yon not caused t)ls
arrest?" Breulwlck Inquired.
Klrkwood nodded meaningly towsrd
tbs girl. Brcntwlck inadn a sound Indicating comprehension, a click of the
tongue behind closed l*m%
"We cams to your door by ths merest
accident- It might u well bave been
another. I understood yon were In
Munich, snd It never entered my head
tbat we'd And you noma."
"ai communication from my solioitors detained me," explained Brent-
wick. "And, now, wbst do yon Intend"
to do?"
"Trespass ss far on your kindness ss
you'll permit In tbs first PhWe, I-I
want tbe use of a taw pounds wltb
Which to cable some friends In New
York for money, on receipt of which I
can repay you."
"Philip," observed Brentwood, "you
are a most Irritating child. But I for-
glvo you the faults of youth. You may
proceed, bearing lu mlml. If you please,
that I am your friend squally wltb
eny you may owu lo America"
"You're one of tbe best men In ths
world," said Klrkwood.
"Tut, tutl  Will you get on?"
"Secondly, I waut you to help us to
escape Calendar tonight It Is necessary tbat Miss Calendar ahould go to
Chiltern this evening, where ebe bas
friends who will receive and protect
ber."
"Mmm," grumbled tbelr host, meditative. "My fulthl" be commented,
with brlgbteulug eyes. "It sounds almost too good to be true! And I've
been growing afraid tbat the world
was getting to be a most humdrum
and uninteresting planet. Mlsa Calendar, lama widower of so many years'
standing Ibal I had almost forgotten
1 bed ever been anything but a bachelor. I fear my bouse contains little
that will bo of service to a young lady.
Yet a rooui Is ut your disposal. The
parlor uiuld shall sbow you ibe way.
And, i'lilllp, bolwoeo you and ine, I
veulure lo remark ibat hot water and
cold slcel would add to tbe attractive-
uesa of your personal appearance. My
valet will attend you In my room.
Dinner," concluded Brenlwlek, wltb
tntlclpallvo relish, "will be served In
precisely thirty minutes. I shall expect you to entertain me wltb a full
aud Itemized account of every plume
of your usloulshiug adventure. Later
we will Hud u way to <"lilllc-rii."
Again ho pul a band upon the bell
pull. Slinuitaneoualy Doroihy and
Klrkwood rose.
"Mr. Brenlwlek," ssld Iba girl, bei
eyes starred wilb Uiars of gratitude,
"1 dou't, 1 really doo't know bow"-
"iiy dear," said tbe old gentleman,
"you will thank ine moet appropriately
by continuing, to tbe beat, of your it Iiil
Ily, lo resemble your inoUier mere re
mnrkably every minute."
"But V- began Klrkwood,
"You, my dear l'hilip. can (bank mc
beat by permitting me to enjoy myself
wblcb I am doing thoaougbly at tin
present moment. And," be added aa a
maid appeared at the door, "I liave al
ready schemed me a acbemo for tbs
discomfiture of our friends tbe cuetny.
a scheme which we Will discuss wllh
our dinner while t he heal ben rage and
Imagine a vain thing In tbe outer dark
nest."
Klrkwood would have lingered, bul
of such Inilciihlc temper wea his hosl
lhal he bowed blm Into tbe hands ol
e manservant wllbaat permitting him
another word.
"Not ii syllable," ht'tMrieted. "I pro
lest I am devoured witb curiosity, my
dear boy, but I hawe also bowels ol
compassion. When WS are well on
wilb our meal, when yoa are ujtrcugtb
ened with food and drink, Hien you
may begin. But now Dickie," lo Ibe
velet, "do your duty,"
Ile heard Ibe young man's footsteps
diminish ou ibe stairway, and again
he amlled Ibe Indulgent, melancholy
indie of mellow yew. "Youlb!" he
whispered softly. "Bomancel And
now," wilb e brisk.:dung* of torn ss
be closed Ihe study4oor-"l»w wears
ready for Ibis InttretrUng |llr. Calendar."      '
A suspicion of moisture tglimmered
lu bis eyee. "Dorotby I" he' whispered
huskily, end a Ittlle letsr, arising, be
proceeded lo ihe'iclephoue.
An bour and a ball later (Klrkwood,
bia self respect leonsttdug restored by
s balb, a tbtvw end a rseuuipllon of
clothes wblcb 'bsd bean hastily bul
thoroughly cleansed and pressed by
llreulwick's vaiU'l, hit conlWmce tat
courege mounlkgbtgb under tie combined Influence^/ generous -wine, substantial food, Um prmence of hit
heart's mistress end tba admiration
wbtcfa wu ui» oneeeled-of hia friend,
concluded st /Iho sJlouer talis.Ida nor-
rsliui.
"And Ihat." he'seid, looking up-freo
his savory, '"In about .all."
"lira vor 'ipuhsudcdl Breotwlck,. eyee
eblnlng w»h fright* ,
"All," Interposed Dorothy ta warm
roprosr-b, "hutwhaHheiueen't told"
"Which, inyidenr, Sjito bt account"!
for wholly by a iwjr-creditable modesty rarely encountered In Uie young
men of the present day. It was, of
course, altogether d»erentiwltb those
of my younger yeoas. , Yee.iWotlonr
Brenlwlek tafbtck Bn hlttcfaslr, Inclining to attain ve Kir to a«omiuoni-
retlon murmured by i|be leader.
Coffee wsj/tel before tfrarn by Wot-
ton, Ihe lofwaelve, Br uutwk* tttadat
It, wltb a little sigh. "By Um way,"
he aaid, "while yoa t warn Mapamg
tat dinner Woltoo r Haraai turn Ita
constitutions! witbttt * wweeltal. leaving the corpulentrpenm on* mete* at
tha corner, Cupian /BCryiBasrfaB* teesv
portrlly made btavMf aeatm However, we need'feel u w aajmbj mamm
fat bis wjwrettoout Ui tm hs rmmyam
atrntoqiUtmiwiaawmmmt^imm
tt become, j mumm )»mt mm
(Iqatmimi   m yam 1)
North Vancouver
11 i i
*iS5}
Second Annual
a
Horse Show
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JUNE
10
LARGE NUMBER OF CLASSES
Entry Formt from Secretary H. Snow, North a ncouver
I'UIII.Ii: SEBVICE ACT
The qualiiying exuininuliona (or
Ihinl-cluss (.'lurks, .Junior- Clerks and
Slenugrulihers will lw held at the following places, commencing on Monduy, Ihu .'hai duly next:—Armstrong,
Cb)l|iwaek, ('uinborlaad, Goldun,
Grand Forks, Kumloops, Kuslo, Kel-
owna, l.uilysinilli, Nauuinio, Nelson,
New   Weslmiusler,   North   Vancouver,
I'.aa hl.ilaal.    Id".'-I- I..)..',    Ka.a sla,|aa|,    Sal
inon   Arm,   Siiinmcrluiid,   Vancouver,
Vernon und Victoria.
I'nii.lidiiii's must lie llritish subjisls
lielwccn the ugos ol 'II und 110, if lor
Tbird-cluti t'lcrks: und bolwoon Hi und
'II, ii ior .lunior Clerks or ISlcuogru-
pliers.
Applications will n.it be accepted il
received Inter limn Ihe Inlh ol dune
next.
I'mfher Information, louctlnr wilb
application forms, muy be obliiincd
Irom Ihe iindersipneil.
P. WAI.KKK,
li.- i-inii. I'nl.lie oerviee.
Victoria. II. ('., 27lh April, I9II.IM
COAST IIISTUICT, HA^GE 1
TAKK NOTK'K lhal W. II. Vuugb-
an, Sn|icrintendcnl, inlonds to apply
for pel mission lo piircbuio the following described lunda: ('ommiming ut a
posl plunlcd bt) chuina west ol ibo
Noilheusl corner of Lot THI, ihonce li)
chuins wesl, I hence -.'■•ii'.i chain il >lh
tln.'lice 'alll chains euat, Ih nee te.ltl
chains south lo pluco ol cumweilament.
W. II. VAIliHAN.
Baled April Hllh. IUII. Ill
AI'I'l.lt'ATION    FOH   LIQUOR    II
CENSK
NOTK'K ia hereby given thol al the
1 nexl  silling ol the Hoard of   l.icoi...-
j Commissioners   (or   Iho  Dislrict   .,1
Nurlh Vancouver, I, the undsrsiuud,
intend   In   apply lor a hotel    lien..'
for   picimscs sit mile an  lie..'ley    lslund,   Kngle Harbour, II. ',. 7.1,   iu
the suid Districl of North Vinco'iicr.
W. D. I'AHM.It
Dated ut Norlh Vancouver,
Apiil J7tb, Hill. .    II
A Few Money
Savers at the
New Drug Store
EiuiV Sails, |i> i liollk' j a,i
Clllicilft Snap 35c
Welsh'sfir.ipr June    )jt antl 65c
Kellip's, Invalid I'nrl   tjoc
1'aslil'- Susp, ;;r; Hi. I),ir .  ...25c
lijliy's 'Iwu Sn.i'1. box 35c
Toilet I'«per (C.I'.H, .Special)
  .... 4 Ior ajc
Hydrogen I'eroxjtje  75c
Snap, llie great band < I. .nn 1.. 1 y
Tlicsc art: only a lew oi tlio  many
things you can save on af our store.
(lur I'lust.ription Departmciil is one of llie
I'inesl on the- Coast.  Have your doctor phone
your prescription to its, il you can't call. Wc
deliver to your house.
North Shore Drug Co.
ESPLANADE WEST
P. S. THOMAS, Phm,B. w"~-
i'lione 311
DrwiiiH
House I'lione 334
*C THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANG0UV8R, 9, &
mm*
?
BUILDING?
Arco Elastic Roof Paint Mends Leaky Roofs
A good Waterproofing for Canvas
'PRICE 60 Cent, per Gallon
Wavuloiil ho inured Kuolilig
Khjclil liriiiiil Tui' uml limliliiig Papur
.|ta|ii;ii I'll ni hunts, und Jrniiilu ViirujuliL'S
Oils, IIi'uhIu!!-, iVy l:olti|'8
Lo.'ks, HiligPB, Sii|)|i|ii.8| utc.
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
North Vancouver Hardware Store
104 ESPLANADE NEXT TO POST OFFICE
Parkdale Finest Alberta Butter 30c. lb.
————_—_—___________________________
May Flower, Spring Brook or Ayrshire Rose 3 Ihs. $1.00
5 lbs. ol good Tea 1.50
5 Ihs. ol heller Tea   -       -       -      -      -       -    1.75
5 lbs. of the best Tea    -       -       -       -       -        2.00
AT
CLAVE KM E & A RCA N I)
Corner First Street and Si. Geoige
SPECIAL NOTICE
THOR
will be on exhibition daily
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. tit the
B. C. Electric Railway Co.'s
office, 50 Lonsdale Avenue
The Placr: Where Everybody Goes
Gem Theatre
FIRST SI   WI si,
Mlli' I'll VANCOUVEK
frf Good Pictures  Good Singing
if.Wees
...
ees     sis
Good Music
sss     see
sts     see
Programme  changed  Monday,   Wednesday  and   Friday.
Adults 10cCon ,iP7l0,Z;:SUrt"" Children 5c
Mninm'  every   Sulurduy '.'•''' o'clock
88 Note Player Piano - - $700
mode by Wmmuilli I'i  C«., Kingston,   Ontario,   one  nl Cuftada'l
OldeSl   l-l.il'll  llll   pillllO   IIIIIU al.aa la.i.m
Uo >aa" roeli/e what o player in your liniue will mean lor ibe an
tire lainily'/ Kierj ..iiule .nut ynu, linui (utlicr down, mil derive
pliusure Irom il Ihat Could liol poaaibly be Ini.l Ir.un un ordinary
pnnio. You do U"l lime lo Itnow ln,w lo pluy I., enji.y Ibe l«.iutilul
ii... i. you nui itul nui ol a plnyor,
1          -— —" "    ' ■      ■ '■
Warburnitz Piano House, Limited
443 Lonsdale Avenue        a Phone" 114
Dl  ANILS   Price 25 cents
r-1,^1^ it?     PerBox
W<' liayt; j11hI. 'lYceivnl tliu fullowiiif?:
I'ANSIKS    roRlJKTM'NOT.S ('AHIIAUK
.STOCK*      VKHHKNAH CAUI,ll'l,OV Kit
ASTOKiS      I'lllaOX TOMATO
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
I.ONSIMl-I. AVENUE.        Ai Party Esnding.
■Ss)*
—
WATER NOTICES
NOTlGpl is hereby given that ,m sp-
plication will be mudo under IVt V-
of tbo "Water Ad, 1111)11,'' to obtain
u lioonso in the Distriot ol Norlh van-
couver. Group I, New Westminster,
(now Vancouver district).
(a) Tlm name, address and occi|pa-
lion ol tbo applicant—The Impure-
limi ol the District ol North \.-inci.u-
ver.
(If for mining purposes) Free Minor's
I'eililii-iilii No.
lb) Tbo nunio ol the lake, stream-
or source (il unnumwl, the description
is)-Mc(!urtnuy Crook.
(c) The point of diversion—About
5110 lent south ol the norlburn limni
ilmv ol Districl Lot li0il>.
I'I) The quantity nl water applied
lor (iu cubic leel per second)-!) cubic
foot per second.
, |e)  Tbo character  ul the propoicd
works -W.....I. ii dam and intako.
(I) Tbo promises on wbicb Ihu wu-
tur is to be usoil (duicrilni same)—The
Dislrict ol North Vancouver.
(g) Thu purposes lor wbiib the wsler is lo be used—Huiiicipul purposes.
(b) if lor irrigation describo the
land iniiiiial.il to be irrigated, giving
ucroago—Not lor irrigatisii..
(ij II Ibo water is to bo used lor
power or mining purposes describo lbs
place where tho wuler is In lie rotufli
ed lo somo natural channel and tb
ililli'ii-iu-e in altitude between point o
diversion and point ol relurn—Not lor
puWer nr milling purposes.
(j) Ares oi crown land intended to
be uccupiod by tbe proposed works-
Nono.
(k) This notice was posted on lb
ailli day of April, 1011, and applioa
tion will be made lo the commission
cr on lho second duy ol June, 1911.
(1) ilive the names und uddrcsscs o
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whoso lands aro likely to be
eiieeteil by ibe proposed works, either
uiiovo or below tlie outlet —Thomas
Anl.i n. Harold Urenlnii, Conrad aud
Henry Hewitt, all ol Nunaimo, und
t. II. Hepburn. Fanny E. McCurlney
ami E. W. Vaclnnii, ull ol Vuneouver.
Nolo-Ono cubic loot per second is
equivalent lo :,;' .1 miners' inches.
(i|) The bounduriss und urea ol ibe
in ii ti i i -ip.iiit y ure as lollows I
All ibul piece of luud i-ommenciiig at
•u post murked 0, F. I), ailuate on ibe
westerly ahore ol the North Arm ol
ilurrara lulet, li.-in,j Ibe uonhi'Uit
corner ol lol numbered ti'l in Ibo Diilricl ul New Wii.tuiiu.it.ir, ibcucevtat
nl mm llie north boundary ol Suid lol
niiinbereU 872 to tbe oortb-west cor
Dei thereof; Ihonce in a westerly di
reel ion lo (he uorlhuaat Corner of lot
numbered %6; thence Heat ulong the
norlb boundary ol aaid lut uumlitird
1156 lu thu northuuil corner ot lol
numbered 'l?h silliuted on Seymour
I'reek ; ibenco weat ulong the north
buundury of suid lot numbered SIWi lo
the niirlh-wesl corner ol said lot ;
Ihunee iu u weslerly illreclii.a to the
north euat corner ol lol numbered S75;
thenoe weal along the noilh lnuudar-
iei ol lots numbered 876 and 174 end
u line produced to Ibe inter.ec.ion ol
the oossl Im'- on Howe Sound . tin lire
southerly along Ibe coast line 11 point
\iI in ..ia . llioncv eusl along ibo'OuSI
Hue and north obnre of Durrurd lulel
to u point in ihe soulb-vgist c-.iIim- ol
lol niinili.ii.il 1173 ;. tlience ll rib i long
Iho west In. ii.il.nv ol iii'l l.l io the
north-weal eoruer ; thenio CMl oloBg
the norlb boundary ol suid I..I numbered 273 and lot numbered HI 1° 'be
j. dii. ..a i corner ol said lot rumbered 272 ; Ihoiioo soulh ul.'iic the east
boundary ol auid lol to lie IiiU'imc-
lion ol Ihe ahoro line ; .tlinno easterly
along ibe aaid aliore line lo Koebe
1'oint; ih. n.-e northerly ul< nj the
west ahoro ol Iho North Arm olBur-
i.ai.l lulel ul..ii-ii.i.l to point ol coin-
ineiiccmunl. und cimlaluing one hundred s.iuurc miles, more or Ics;
(r) Approxiinulely ihe numn;r i.i is-
liiilnlu'ila ia 1600.
(Sifinedi  THK COHI'OBATHlN   OF
THE   DISTHICT   OF   NOllTB
VF.ll.
JOHN G. .fUWI'M,
12-7 C, H. C.
WATER NOTICES
NOTII'F ia l.eu-by uives ihut an uP-
plication will be muds under I'art V.
ol tho "Wuti'i Act, I'JOV," lo ol.li.ni
a licence in ibe District ol Norlb Vancouver, Group I, Now Wootminiter,
(now Vancouver) district.
(a) The name, address and oicupa-
tiou ol the applicant—Tho Coipors-
ii.'ii ol Ibe Dislrict of Norlb Vencouver.
(If fur a mining purposea) Free Min
ll'a  I a alalia aai.-   No.
Hi) The name ol tho lake, Hn-.un or
source (il unnantes, llie description is)
-Creek running tbrougb District Lot
622 snd crossing Kcilh ltoud about 10
chains wssl of oast boundary of said
Dialrict I,ot.
(c) The point ol divcraiou -In District J,ot 622 al or sbout 10 cbaina
north ..I tlio Koilh ltoad.
(d) The quantity ol water applied
for (in cubic leet por second) 2 cubic
leet por second.
(ci The character ol the proposed
works -Wooden dam and intake.
(I) The premises on which the water is to be used (deeoribe seine)- -The
Dialrict ol Norlb Vancouver.
(II) The purposes Ior which tbe water is to be used   Municipal purposes.
ill) If lor irrigation describo the
luud inlondcd lo be irrigated, giving
acreage—Not for irrigation.
(i) II lho walci is lo be ll.nl In,
power or mining purpoaca deaoribe ibe
place where the water ia lo be rolsun-
ed lo some natural channel, ana toe
ilitien'iice in altitude lietweon point ol
diversion and point ol return—Hot lor
power or mining purpoiel.
(j) Ares "' (,'"wu land intended lo
be occupied by Ihe proposed worlur
None.
(k) This notice wae posted on Ike
INIh dav 4 April, IDll, and applies-
lion will be main to tlie commissioniir
on the Second day ol June, I9II.
(I)  Givo Ibe names and addresses ol
y riparian proprietors or lloeoeeee
who or whose lands are likely to be
elocled by Its proposed works, either
ebijve or Wow lie ovtjtf-f'. 0. Wick-
ol Vancouver, The bs%e* **
Squomisb Indian reeerve.
NOTE-One cuWo loot per seeoad is
nnj
v.li
equivalent to 66.1] miner*' Mm
(aI Tbe boundaries and area nl tile
municipality are as lollowi:
All thut piece ol luud commencing
at a poet marked Q. F. B. situate on
the weeterly shore ol the North Arm
of .Hunu.nl Inlet, being the north-eoet
corner of lot numbered 873 in the District ol New Westminster; (honcowest
along the north boundary ol said lot
numbered 872 ta tbe norin-west earner
thereol; theneo in a .weeterly direction
to the north4fct earner at lot numbered 066 ; thcuc\ west olnug tbe norlb
boundary al saidMot numbered 966 to
the north-east earner ol lot numbered
066 situated on Seymour Creek;
ihonce west along tbe north boundary
ol said lot numbered 986 to the nortli-
weet corner ol ssld lot; tbonoo In a
westerly  direction   to tne  uorth-oasl
earner nl lot numbered 8761 thenoe
weet along tbe north boundaries of lots
numbered 875 and 674 end s line produced ta ine intersection ol the coast
line on Howe S0und; ihonce southerly along tbe coast lins tp Point Atkinson ; tlionoo east slang, ths coast
lins and norlb shore ol Burronl Inlet
to o point in the south-west corner
nl lot numbered 373; thonco north
along the weet boundary ol said lot
to the north-west corner; thence east
along tbe north boundary ol loid lot
numbered 373 and lot numbered 373
to the north-east comer of said lot
numbered 373 ; thenoe south along the
east boundary ol said lot to ths intersection ol tbe shore line; thence
easterly along the said shore line to
Hocbo Point; thenoe northerly (long
tbe west shore ol tlie North Arm ol
llurrard Inlet oforsssid to point ol
commencement, ana containing one
hundred square ^ WO|t PflsSs:
biii»n1^^B,4,,; •
NATION OF
Oi?  NOBTH
(Sign*!) THE
mm
JOHN G. FABMEB,
13-7 6. M. 0.
FRED G. TURNER
Notary Publio
Loans,  Investments   sad   Insurenee.
Boom 307, 683 Granville St., Vancouver, B. ti. titm mm. lend Bss>
try work a special!*.
mm
mm
Mahon, McFarland & Proctor, Ltd,
Inj I   i     ii SS
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NEW CAPILANO CAR LINE
50 ft lots at terminus in D.L. 601 k 607
52 foot lots in Block 27, D. L. 599
Phone 6286  -   -  543 Pender Street, Vancouver
North Lonsdale Homesite
464 ft. frontage on three streets, including Nye and King Streets,
which are about to be macadamized. This property is close tp
Lonsdale Ave. and has a magnificent view. It is an excellent investment in whatever way you look at it. Price only $2500, cul $900.
MARTINSON& CO.
P. O. Box 72
Phone 173
62 Lonidale Avenue
North Vancouver
LARGE LOTS, 50 ft x 147 ft
= Cleared, Ready for Building ==
In Blocks  15,  15a, 16 and 16a. D. L. 550,-
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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: 1A Cash, Balance 6, 12 and 16 months.
ACREAGE in D. L 546 and 550
subdivided into blocks of from I to 4 or mom
acres. Prices per acre, from $2000 to $3259
Terms: IA Cash, Balance h, 12,18 & 24 months
ii . , d     i.i i.      i     i   i1   i    ' ii'  i' in ua up m m
The Grand Boulevard extendi through this property
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FOR PUNS, PRICE UST AND PABTTCUMia, APPLY TO
The North Vancouver Land ml
Improvement Company, B
543PENPERST, H»M VANiMWHUfc fOtil
'ME EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C,
EXPRESS
Nphth Yahgpvi?h
PC.
PilWislieil Tuesdays and Fridays by
North Shorb prn-ss, Limitbd
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IUTKS Or SIIIINI'UII'I'HIS
Una year, 11.01) Six months, htm. Three months, 36c.
United Slutou and Foruifjii, 11.51) pur year
Advertising Hates will be ipioled on application.
TFlt'Btprets Is devoted to the interests til Ilia norlh Shore of Burrard Inlet
inclusively. It consiliums an sdvertisli.g medium of exceptional value lor
reaching ill a thorough and effective manner ilm population of North Vancouver
Oity ana District. Every effort is made to jive ndvi rtisers the most aatialactory
Service.
All eliauges |n cuntract advurtiseinents should lie in the printers', bands nut
later uan II) a.m. Monday and 5 p.m. Wi'ilui'sdiiy in ensure insertion in'the
inllnwlnii issue.
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North Vancouver,   li. C,.
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Mav S3,  ign
AU. feYF.S ON SKCOND NAIIHOWS' Second Narrows.  It is not lo bewou-
„, .i . , . derail   ut il those   who bad   felt   the
The inlniinnlioii   which  |s   now   In' ,,.,..
I..-, n ..I.-.- of disappninlmaiil    duo   to
hand conlirnia Ihe conclusion that u d^,,™! ,1(l|l0 aild vexatious delay wero
sntiafgclory termination Ims ut hntHi alow lo recounia) lho laot that when
been rouehed wilh respect lo the' lie- llurrui'd Inlet Tunnel und Hiidjjro Coin-
gotiationa which Imve beon proiieeilihu', I""1)'   cntt'rwl    Ow    lidd   a   (actor
with  the  Dominion  government rein-
live io ii.c disposal of Ihe subsidy for
hud linen introducnl into Ihe problem
which   entirely   changed the sit-iniion
.Second Narrows bridge. From Ihe bii-
und which a ii ni.,l ,-,    .ia■ i. a ■, aoiu-
" llion in the shortest possible apucu   of
thoriUUive reports which ure now pub- I ^ ju ^ ( ^j^ o, Buch )jW,
lisHj it is unite evident lhal the re I pmMlimi, mM iK cltrM 'to m.
suits am fully ns satisluelory as .even   .,,8<|,,|
the modi   ,-.aiieiiin.   could huve an'i
The lins.-sl scrutiny will
',1 utterly fail,'however, to discover uny
paled either nl Ihe beginning or «»^j„s|„nce in wbicb Hurrnrd Inlet Tun
any aluge of the operations ol Hur ; m| mA Mgl, (.,„„„,„,>. |)llvc kiM
raid   Inlet Tunnel   and Bridge   Com [,„' mu ^ ^ awufuMel   ^„.|,
puny. So lar .,., Hie ■■. ti.'i .,1 public i-
cnucerned, there will not be foiiitil any
disposition to bother much uliout the
niceties ol tlie iin .1 plnn of adjustment
ua bein..'ti Ihe two .huin..ni- for Hie
Dominion subsidy iunsiuuih n" Irom
Ihe public viewpoint, uny reasuiinhk.
scheme is eceeptable which will remove the rcmiiiniii'j obstacles und allow I his import mil public work to
proceed. The pul.In- wanl the bridge
and Ibey ure not particular us lo Ihu
balances being luljualisl to ull lii.n'-
ii.-i; In with respect to minute d'tail-
so loti:' us they tire enabled to ...
concrete uud ileal li.-.ii ■ lusliioned in
Ihe lorni of u bridge ul Sis-ond Nar
rows. Although the ngrcemmt arrived ul hus us yet been given the pub-
lie only in giiii'rnl oul line, Ibny are
p.,|.ai.'I to content il. .a -I .-■ I here
witli ami to aco-pl Ihe nssurunces con
leyisj with regard In llie aiitisl.icinii
ii.ii.i|i- of ibS details, awaiting con-
liimsjii"'. of the same in tbe actual
operations which ibey may observe on
tfae tile ol fhe bridge'
Looking   backward   over Ihe lilteen j II.  W.  KI.DKH
months whicli have elupmd since Ilm   j    In   the  deulh   ol   Ur. I). 9i
rard  Inlot  TOT"1  "I1' 'Wim   lorn j \,,ri|, Vancouver has been Cnllod upon
part  from one of its most  highly
11 i'spci'1 .-il citi/eus.    As ..ii..i   member
liny havo given the public. Because
I hey have carried this projeel .-.h-n
through ihe .ice.....i-.c stuges ol its
progress without uny lulse moves mil
u.il. -a; a single failure to accomplish
tbe immediate purpose lo which (by
were directing Ibcir ultenlion und
llieir efforts ul llie time, until Hie
hnal negotiations have now hoiii am:
ci'.-iulli lorminated and ibe way is
absolutely clear lor proceeding with
the preliniiuuriea lo ...tnnl const rue
j lion of ths bridge, it is therefore reasonable io anticipate thai   tho public
I lllilld    Will   lie   ..Ho   ell"',    all. .alalia...I      of
ally lumber doubts, thai liesilalluy will
give place to conlidence und. ihut ull
intvresla will in lut uie proeuud upon
the basis of lln- I'oiiiiiiriiciln. nl of Hie
construction ol Second Narrows bridge
as soon us the iniini<iiulo uccoasaty
prdiininurie* <un be diiposi<i of, or iu
other words, during ibe ensuing summer,
Ihs Company to own, develop and op
orate water powers lor the purposes ol
its undertaking; (I) to construct and
operate telephone and telegraph lines
and to charge tolls lor the use thereof; (6) tp own, build, purchase or
otherwise obtain ajid operate steam
and Other vessels; (8) to build and
operate elovators, wharfs, warehouses,
elc., and to carry on the business of
goiioml warehousemen, and lor such
other poweru and privileges «s may bo
incidental or necessary lo the above.
DATED at Ottawa this otb day   ol
April, 1911.
VflWGlM k QUTHB1E,
i'iii.'.-n Building,
Ottawa.
Soli.'ii..n! lor the applicants.      21-h
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OBITUARY
HHU*   vi ill* ll   II^IC   ciU|We,a   91ft, u   ,,',,     a      Ml
id  lulet   TJftcl   mil Bridge   Coin  j North
ny woa lirst incnrporulol, it is dii I n, |,„
Kldei
puny
in nli to conceive how thut more in
pul progress could have liueu made,
iii.". thul which hus niurked those
inonths. Import unl developments
li.ii* billon,,| each ,,lh.'i in rapid sue-
a a .oi., each denoting a ioog atop ol
n.i. .ui.-. mem lowtrd the goal whicli
hui now Isain i.'.i.-h.al Thai (his
Company should have bean InoUgbi
iniii exisi.ii.e il.u whole scheme art in-
geai and innt.o»l and ihe inagoihixjot
aum, ol one million ami filly thousand
dollars (placing lbs Dominion subsidy
ut HfiH,600) made actually available
within Ihu short period ol lilteou
mouths, constitutes n record which
those who are conversant with dm ordinary coures ol the flotation ol pro-
jcia ol ibis in., 'lain..1., will lu.idili
ni ogni/a- us very exoepliotJal-u roCa.nl
wbich il would lw v.ry difficult to
duplicate fnan the uniiuls ol audi Un
dm takings. Any tendency thut muy
huie lurkijd anywhere IX) ooUiplaiu ol
undue delay, could huve existed only
Imceusc of lack ol knowledge ol the
word to lie done, ol the difficulties I.
be surmounted as well ae ol Ibe usu.il
rate ol progress wbicb jnuits lb'1 de
velosnuml of u-heinos ..I this nature
uml niaii. il ud. .   Ilo.iblh.--,   to S (olisi'l-
of lho linn, with which he nus iilaBii-
li.ti Mr. Khlcr had galberod aboui him
a large . Ileal.'le and had done a veil
great .lea to promote the in'.oitsiso
llie community wilh which his lot wu.
cast. A mun ol sicrling ahnr.icloi,
blond sympulhica und (he atrictesl.
probity he deserved and uijuyed the
implieii eonliilincaj mid the decpeai ro-
a
■|'"-|    llpOU   llll'   |IUlt   of   ull   'lees e     1)1
his fellow cili/cns. Mr. I' Iai. r was u
true typo 4 progr. ssiie and Intelligent a ,ti/,n.l.i|, always inking u H'-tly
iniid.Hi in public affaire uud warmly
support lug ull Ihat ' ia an... d"l itself
to his judgment aa tend ng lo pro
mole tho welfare ol ibe community,
Those wh„ enjoyed Ins iic.|Uuiii>tin\j-
ship will experience u Very real -en •
of loss because ol his death while universal   sympathy   will   bv   lelt   for
his  family nnd relulives in Huir   be
)
rouvemenl.
NOTICE
Nol ice is' hereby given Ihut (he
Howe Sound and Northern ltuilwuy
Company (a compuny incorporated by
Hie legislature of the 1'rovince of Hri
lish Columbia/ will upply el the pre
m-iil   sussioi) ol parliament of Canada
The A. Farro
Grocery
126 2nd St. Weit
Whon you deal at tha A, Farro Grocery you get exactly what you ask lur
at rigbt prise,
Special Attention!
We carry  a  complete line ol Gro-
ceries,
Hanbury k Event Hrend 'i'i lor tl .00
A. Campbell Hope
C. A. CAL.
ARCHITECT
603 lluatings Street West, Vancouver,
H. C, 1'hoiio Wt
Residence: Tiromuu Illock iht 1st St.
1'd.nl, North  Vancouver. I'hone llllll.
JAY & CO.
BUILDERS
Plans prepared und Estimates give"'
Office:  1107 Dominion Trust llldg.
Vancouver.
I'bonc 2197
llasidence, lh'2 Eighth Ave. K.
Norlh Vuneouver.
^mmai'O ,     ,   , sent    SlltlSaOai of plirliumelit
eire^s cxteftt, the tllapUcuW which l„,S I ,„,   „   ^   -,,' ^^   ^ul   ^
beta noticeable witb r.-spoot   to aome | works and undertaking ol the   Com-
_ .   ,        ...      .     'a      j ! pany aro works lor the general advau-
ma^ont 4 ibe public, us rforU  4 M> ()( ^^. ^   ^ vimi   ^
prqgfeu   have   been   given out   Lorn j lines of railway whicli the (.'ompany is
tiaw to tiaw by Burrerd Islet Tunnel
eat. Bridge Botapapy wat ths rotle-
Hop 4 Ibat utter went ol nstlMi no-
no w uutborined to const rucl and op
orate as follows: from a point at or
near I,i|looet; thence northerly  along
nam hut grown up in (be public
aim wilb relcsenco to brMge eon-
elrlwtion, bacaviae 61 nveiAai assur-
enjssi whieb. were violatajd ua regularly
ujthay wersj' aum *y the prb/pte cor-
pattlioi mUab lar many years faolo
ta^s sole rigfc* to build a bridge  ul
iwti    aiaaiowa.   laaaawaaiv   m/t-Ufm.,     aaaunij
he valley of the Fraser rivsr to tlie
town ol Fort Oleorge, thence northerly
to the valloy ol the Parsnip lliver and
along the valley ol the Parsnip river
to a point at or near ils junction with
lho Peace rivsr, thenco easterly along
tbe Peace river to Poace Biver landing : witli power to Uy out, construct,
operate and maintain a branch lino
from Newport- at lie head of Howe
Sound lo Uie cities of Norlh Vancouver  and Vtneouvtr; (3) to empower
NEW YORK CAFE
Near post Office
ESPLANADE WEST
First  rluss meals, i'n; comminution
ticket, 'il 'meals, >l   Keglllar room ..ml
board (6 and up.
LOW SEA, Proprietor
Jlreuklusl   fi to   Hl.lfi;   dinner 11    lo
ISO ; Sup|sji 5 lo I'M.' Open ull day.
I.AIIY  WA1IHKSSKS
N.V.WOODYARD
CUT WOOD
16 inob-43 per loud
I'i incb-43.M |s.i- loud
Cordwood-ajV) pcricord
Office and Vwd;
SECOND and ST. PATRICK
Phono ISO
P. 0. Bor 136
PIHI.IC NOTICE is hereby given
Ihul, under the aulhority coiitnim-d iu
Motion 131 of Ihe "l.und Act," a regulation was approved by Ihu l.iou-
leiini.l-'ltAcriior in I'.nine.I fixing Die
minimum sale prices ol lirst und tee-
oud class I..n.l   ul   -Iii und C) per acre
reepectlvely.
This regulation further providad
lhal Ihe prices hxod tborein should apply  ll) ull   Inict;  with  ii'Sp.-a-l   lo  which
the applications to |)urohuse were given
(llloUI'.lllle ea.ie.elei ..I i,|i   iiflao the  dale
ol said regulation, namely April 3rd,
wu,
Further notice is now given Ihul b
virtue ol a regululion approved by
llie l ia an ti ,i,f ',,,-.. i mo in < ...iii., 1 on
the JOth of Nay, IVII, that the rogu
lotion dated the 3rd April, IUII, bo
hold not to. apply to applications t
purchase Vacant Crowe lands wiiii'li
were received by tho Assistant Com
inissioneis of I/imda ou or belore Ihe
(aaid April 3rd, llll), and with respect
to which the rcjuirud deposit of fifty
cents |n-i acre had bee;) received liy
suid Commissioners on or la-fore the
said April 3rd, llll I.
> WHIT. A. HKNWK'K,
Deputy Minister of (.audi.
Depart ment  ol  Lands,
Victoria, B. C, I6tli of May, llll).
m
An Opportunity of a Lifetime
 '       I. 'I'     I    I      11 I. I'll.     I       llllHlllil.il.
Block 34, District Lot 550, One Block from Carline.
Urge Sized Lots. 50 x 157, all Cleared. Magnificent View. One Illock from Boulevard
n>        *«rn if    .III' Spstlsl Tanw for 14 Oar«
"riCeS |9!)0 NOlUl VieW FglhCadi.Bal. S, l», H, .ad US month.
$1000 South View riJ   M T"
Double Comers from $2300 fclderMurraylo.
"It. BB'
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd.
(LONDON, ENGLAND)
ASSETS: $94,900,000
Hole Agent
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC.       18 LONSDALE AVENUE
Agreement! and Contracts drawn
of evory deicriplion
Phone 157
Csnaral
Convsysncing
237
V7/E are Sale Agents
"  for this Block in
North Vancouver.
Come  in  and see  us
about prices and terms
THE NORTH VANCOUVER TRUST
CO, LTD.
219 Lomdalc Avenue Telephone 44
Campbell Realty & Investment Go.
FOB .SAI.lv
-611 It.
lut un
Ulh etrcel
norlli aide, 11/160,
terms ;
60 It. lot
un 7lli slnvl
11,300
111 cash, In.1.ni"-
arrange.
REAL .'STATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
TELEPHONE Ha. P. O. IIOX 114
■■■Ps^saWI^B^^.jmiU.as»aJlMWajaMaM>iraWa
REMOVAL NOTICE
We wish Io notify the general
public that on and after June 1st
we will occupy the front offices on
the first floor in the new BANK OF
HAMILTON liUILDING, comer of
First  Street  and   1.0111-dale Avenue.
BELOW  VALUE
A fine double corner in Block 2, D. L. 273 on Seventh St.
100x150. $3,600. 1-4 cash, balance 6,12 and 18 inonths.
This is Iliu best buy in the dislrict and you will bavi- lo ai I quickly
to tske advsiilage ol this at tlie present price.        ■"
Canadian Financiers, Limited
Phone 215
K, nuiAi.i,,
Idii-.il H.innurr.
finest Hoof Garden on Pacific Coaat
REDA&ANDRUSS
fROPBIITOBS
Ssloni) Sikkkt.   •   •   •   •   NOflTH   VANCOUVEK. ti. C.
' FRUIT    PRODUCE
CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, Etc.
WHOLESALE ONLY
PETERS & DOYLE
120 Second Street East. Telephone 206
{   Convenience to Noilh Vancouver Merchants
Buy in Yuur Own Town. Your Ord.r. ScdUted
Lonsdale
Supply
Stores
Cor. 8th and Lonsdale
Pljone 40.
HBAJillU STOltE
63 Lonsdale   PUe232
Store of Quality
t
SPKC'IAI.S FOH TUESDAY
l.iiiiwlnlu  llli'nd  i'l'n,  rug.   IHo
li Ib. lur 11.011
l.iinailulu lllunii I'utlee, rug. 10c,
3 lb. lur $1.00
18 lb. suck II. C Sii(i,-ir. reg.
'     ll.|0        11.00
Finest lniii|i .Ni|jiii, 2 11). i-nrl.iiH
rug. H6c  SOo '
Finosl Icing Sugar, rug. 10c 3 lb Dtic
Finu Sagu, leg. 4 Ib. lur 26c, 6 Ib 36c
Wugslull'e Hut. Fruits, reg. 36c
our |incc
„38o
Cliivor's -Iiiiii.d.  I  lb. glass, reg.
reg. 60c, uiir price  SOc
Oliver's  M.iiiii.iI..iI.-, 1 lb. glnHs,
reg. Vie, our price  2l)c
I'liiver's   iliirinuliidu,   6 Ib.  iin .
leg. Ijlle, Dili  price  60c
Keiller's  M.-n in.-.l.»l.-. 6 lb  line,
reg. 60c, our price  60c
Laundry Soap, reg- 6c Iwr, ...7 Im '16c
K'ls Nuplillui tiu„)i, nn. 3 fortUe
I lor '16c
ltoyul  Crown Cleanser, a-g. inc
3 lor  86c
Hoyal    Sluliilnril   Flour,   10  II).
rev- $1.70, our prioo $1.60
3 Hi. I'uro l.urd, reg. f.llc  46c
6 Ib I'uiv Liii-d, rug. 76c : 16c
Recoil, by aide, ix'g. '26c .,, 33c
Hums, by wliulc, nig. 30e  18c
Creumvi-y llnilur, n-g    il lor $1
3 lur  06c
Full   line ul Ii.-.-li uiul dried Heals,
Iresh and dried Fish, ole,
Frei.li l.ettiii-e, Aspuragna, ToniatoiSJ
'ilxili  I'eiiH,   New   I'ntiitiii-s.
lllnib.iiii, ix>g. 6 lb. fur 36c, fi Ib lor
36c.
Free delivery lo all purls ul city.
COAST DISTRICT, HAXfiE I
TAKF NOTICE ibul the Vancouver
Timber k Trading Company, l.iiiuiixl,
intends lu upply lur pirmisaion to
purchase ilic lullou ng dei.rilol lande:
Commencing al e pusl plnnied ut tbe
Nurtliviesl corner nl lot "2"., ibeu-'
running auutb 'ill cbiiins,'tb n c wisl
Ni cbains, ihcuce norlb 38.011 .h.iin«,
Ibcncc ensi M) clmins, tben-e yui'lli
S.OU iii.nn- lu place ol lomuicncDm-jnt.
VAMDl VEII TIMHF.H k i'BAII-
IMI CO. LTD.,
W. II, V'Al'itlAN, Ageni.
Duled April Hub, IVII, 13-7
PALACE HOTEL
l<Aifs:   ti un  pi-i   snd   up.   Special rales to faiuilius
and   lo ngiil.ii    Imartlcis	
New Wealminilcr [.and Dislrict-
Dislriol ol Now Weilminslor. TAKE
notice Ibat Kobort Dull Kimond ol
Vancouvor, H. C. occupation, broker,
inlciids lo apply lor iiorniiision In pur
cbuso t In- Inll.iwing described lands I
I'liiiuni-nring at a p.i.i planted on tbs
wesl side nl a amull buy on ibo Norlb
lino ol Lot 3630, ilia a,.,, wesl 30cbains
more or loss lo llio nurlbwest corner
ol Lot 3630 ; llioncc south 33.70 cbains
lu tlie ouiiln-usl corner ul I.ut 2623;
ibcme weal 31.72 cliaim lu tlio south-
.ir-i .... nn ol I.ut 668 ; tbonce north
80 chaini more ur leas lo lho southwest corner ol Lot 1238; thence east
33.78 rliains mure ur loss to shore ol
lake ; limine in a soulhorly diroclion
along slime ul luko to point ol Oom-
imincemont.
BOBBBT IH'FF K1NM0ND,
1Mb March, 1011. 1-6
C. DOWIt
ONTRACTOR A^D BUII.DBR
I'liuis, Specifications, Estimates
F. 0. Box 27, North Vancouver
N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
Telephone 276
127 LONSDALE AVE.
NORTH VAMCOUVEA
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the construction of Second Narrows Bridge is absolutely      *
assured,  and  there  will be no more postponements.
'flip same may be sail} ol Railway Construction.
Tlie work must now yo on. Bridge and Railways
mean opening the way for many large industries in
North Vancouver, aud docks'a»d warehouses for
shipping must also follow to occupy its magnificent
waterfront.
Given the MIDGE, the UAH.-WAYS, the INDUSTRIES nnd the DOCKS, what can hinder
North Vancouver from becoming the Liverpool ol
the Pacific Coast ?
More than that I Add to these commercial advantages the location of Norlh Vancouver for residences over a very wide area and stretching Irom
Ihe Nqrth Ann to Howe Sound—a locution which
cannot be paralelled anywhere, and you have a centre that is bound to draw to itself a vast population.
The fact that the University Commissioners gave
second place io North Vancouver for a location for
the University means much. H certainly would
have taken first place if the government had possessed a sufficient arpa of jand there lo locate  il
upon- f '
Where can a settler go to reside aud have
so many advantages ? For his family there is every
advantage in Churches and Schools, l'or travel
there is an excellent jo niinule Ferry Service owned
and operated by the City, and an ever-extending tramway system.   A perfect system of sewage
drains is being installed in the City und the Water
Systems of the City and District are very good.
Norlli Vuneouver is known as the play ground
and pleasure resort of Vancouver. Hut these possessions essentially belong (.> her own citizens. Her
mountains to climb an<| lur canyons of world-wide
reputation tp view. IUt slioiltittga und linlijngs and
her pleasure parks' are ull her own, and us time
goes o|i all these things must contribute to her progress mill popularity.
North Vancouver's progress during the past six
years has been phenomenal, considering her insulated position. Her population has increased seven
limes. Her tux revenue last yeur was eleven times
as much as it was in 1904. The assessed value of
the Norlh Shore hinds is today nineteen times what
it was six years ago, und the electorute has increased from 574 voters'to S',ioo voters.
This rate of increase should he greatly accelerated on tlie advent of Railways und new Industries,
Il is, therefore, no idle dream to expect a population of 30,000 persons on the North Slinre biforc the
end ol 1416, and to huve Ihe taxable value of properly ut least four times what it is today- Any one
who takes account of facts must reci%ni/.e lhal
these estimates ure moderate und well founded.
Taxes ure not levied 111 any improvements in
either the City or the Dislrict. This means much
to encourage local Industries,
I have instructions to offer the properties after mentioned for sale by auction in my
Real Estate Exchange Hall, Club Block, Esplanade, North
m—wmumt
Vancouver, on/Saturday, 27th May,  at 2 o'clock, p.m.
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The following are the properties to be oftcred :
In the East End- of District
Lots 8, 9 and io, Hlock n, 1). I,. 624, on Keith
Road.
IaOts 6 and 7, Block 14, D. I,. 625.
I.ut io. Block 36, of D. J,, bl j on Bridge Koad. \
Lots 23 and 24, Block 41 of 1). I,. 611, double
.cower.
Lot 22 of D. I(. yso-Woodlands.
This section is of note in respect that a new saw
mill of large capacity will soon le operating. Contracts are let fur the construction of u dock of 15,-
nnii tons capacily for ship repairing and arrangements are well advanced for the establishment of u
large business in building Steel Ruilwuy I'ulhmin
Cars and Ships. These industries ulone involve a
capital outlay of about $2,000,000 uud they will
give regular employment for ubout 2,000 men,
which means the establishment of a town of goodly
size. An efficient Water System is being introduced
to this seclion. Electric power and light service
are uow available out lo Deep Cove, und an important advance is soon to be made forgood roads.
In Lynn Valley District
Sixty lots in block y, D.J,. 612, situated on and
near the ijllooet Road.
Seven lots in Block 1, of A of I). I,. 2003, mar
tlie Fromme Road.
Eight lots in block 15, of D. Ia. 2088, near Hos-
kins Road.
I,ots 12 and 13 of lot 3 of block 18, D. L. 2088
on Husk nu. Road.
Blocks 73 und 74, I). J„ 2169 near Centre Road.
I,ot 9, of Blocjis 108-109, D. I,. 2169 near Centr
Rood.
Ivot 24, of W 1-3, D.I,. 799-
Lot 4, Block _ of M D. I<- »M.
Lot 22, Block 16, D. I,. 614-
Lot 7, Block 2, D. L. 615,  110x147 o» Centre
Rood.
Lot i§ Block 3, I). L, 2025, near District Muni
cipal Hall. '
Block 8, D. L. 854 on Seymour Pipe fine timid.
Lot 20, Block 6. D. L. 860, Seymour Valley.
Thc extension <« the tramway through Lynn Valley, the macadamizing ol the Lyrn Valley Roud und
the Centre Rood, the good water supply  aid  th
Electric Light and 1'owcr Scrviic ull combine- t >
make this lovely valley on ideal residence   centre.  *
Thc location ol the District Municipal Ollice there
is also to be a mosf important factor for its development.
District Lot 612 being close to the Keith Road
and well situated to receive benefit from Bridge and
Railway Construction is bound to oiler a most progressive investment. Ii is expected that the Seymour Valley will soon be opened up by Railway
construction.
In the West End of District
The *ast*rly 80 acres of D. L- 886.
Bloc^ 27, of D. L. 1039.
LqU 6 and 7 of lota 1-1 of Block 3, D. L. 600.
MU 5i f>, 7 «4 8, block 6 of Wy, D. h- blf.
Ttaie profttfties ate to receive a great impulse
frow tlie early ,con»tiTuetion ol the Keith Roud Ma
rine Driveway from tie cjty west to Eagle Hay-
l*W.    It appears altogether, likely that Railway    • ^
construction oul to (he extreme wesl end will be
Immediately taken on hand lo connect with the
north und Ihul in the near-future a tunnel will eou-
uect this west end. very closely wilh the City of
Vancouver. When these things take place, then assuredly the West End of Nortli Vancouver will become ihe "West End" for residence* of ihe merchunt princes of the cities of Vancouver and North
Vancouver und present Vancouver pri:cs will prevail there. . »
In the City of North Vancouver
and Vicinity.
Lots 18 and 19, Hlock 4, 1). I,. 265 on Fifteenth
Street.
Lots 1 und 1, Hlock 111 A, I). I,. 544 (double corner) near Boulevard.
Lots 4, 7, 8, <( aud 11, Block J27A, 1). L. 545,
Twenty-seventh street.
Six lots near Larson Road in 1). L. 547.
Subdivision 13, lot 1, hlock 6, of D. L- 548, on
21st street.
Subdivision i, lot h, block 18, ol 1). L- 541, on
17th street.
Lots 41 und 4;, lilock 237, 1). I(. 545 uud 546, oil
27th street.
Lots 12 and 13, block 9, D.L. 550 (Dpulilc Corner) on 21 si street.
Lot 2, Block loh, D.L. 550. on Eighth street.
Lots 5 und 6 (double corner) block 13, 1). L. 550
on Grand Boulevard, 106x140 feet.
Lot 4, block 20,1). L. 553 on Whilcchurch street.
Block 16, D. L. 553, uear Keith Road.
Five lots in Hlock 5, ol I). I,. 553 on Thirteenth
Street.
Lots 1 and 2, Hlork 7,1). L. 553.
Lots id, 11 and 12, block 9, 1). L. 553 on Drayton street.
Lot 29, Block jj, J). L. 553 on Keith Ro d.
Lot 22, Block 15, D. L. 553, on Ktghth'Stiect.
Lots 3 and 4, Block 15, D. I,. 553.
Lot 5, Block 2, I), I,. 273, on Keith Roud,
Lot 15, Block 17, D. L. 273, on Fourth Street.
Lots 3 and 4' ol Lot 7, block 12, I). L. 616, Uil
li.mi Street.
Lois 3, ol 6 und 7, block 3, I). L. 616.
lust hull of Lol 14, Block 143, I)  L, 274, small
house, partly on lot yielding rental, 8 Ret  Mow
giude and suitalile lor business block.
Lots 47 and 48, Hlock 166, D. L. 274, on the I'.s-
planude near Lonsdale Ave.
IM 14, block 170, J) L 274, on Esplanade.
These are ull properties which have great possibilities of development aud increase ol value.  District Lot 553, though not actually in the city boundary immediately adjoins il and il has practically
all the city advantages.   Many ol these advantages
are enumerated above, hut one of the most interesting and important is thc near ueighhorhon'1
many of thc.se Lots of thc Grand Boulevard en
(Juecnsbury I'ark.
Catalogues giving full particulars regarding all
.these properties and conditions of sale can be had
ui uy ollice on or after ttte 25th insl.
Any purchaser may be asked to forthwith deposit live per cent, ol thc price ofii-red immediately alter llie property is sold to him, and in every case
the purchaser must sign the Sale Kegi.stir. The lirst
cash payment on the purchase prhc must be made
at my office not later Hum thc 30th i*st.
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IP.'iW.
ALEX. PHILIP, Auctioneer
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it: Vipii W4 •%* VW$*k
Freeh Creep? at the tolls, MPpsuM
P!» ptat. ,   .
Fresh   Jaettuoe  Ipr
Kamo, 15th Street.
Sale.   0.  fi.
The Qrotto, near the Ferry w|»»rl
lor the best in Fruits, Conleotipnory,
Tobaccos afld Fountain Dainties, dully. Beads and Campbell, proprietors.
15-6
Elder Murrey Co. Sre insurance.
Fruit end candy store andios cresm
pirlor, reel nice business Ipr lady,
cash required, MOO. See J. Hollwaino
IU 3rd street, North Vsneouver. 33-6
"Tbo Knoll, high view lots, two
blocks Irom Lonsdale oar, best view
in North Lonsdale, only $578, easy
payments. Thoso aro soiling, so get
busy il you wont to woure ono. Apply, J. Mcllwuine; 163, 3rd st., North
Vsneouver. 28ls
District of North Vancouver.
A BY-LAW to authorize the currying
out ol the work ol Local Improve
ment ol part of King Stroel Euut
and raising by way of Local Im
1 nni-iiia-iit Debentures thc eum ol
(11,500 to provide pert ol tbe cost
ol carrying out tbo said work, and
to assess and levy tbe Local Improvement rato or tax required to
provide (or Iho payment of the In
tercBt, and to accumulate a i.ini.inr.
lund to puy off the sold Debentures.
WHKHKAS tbe King Street (East)
Local Improvement By-Isiw, 1911, wae
passed by tbo Council of the District
of North Vancouver to provide for
ascertaining tho lund lo he benefitted,
uud llie proportion of benefit received
hy such lands from tbc proposed clear-
Ing, grading und boulovardlng Ibat
part of King Stroot Eaet, extending
for three blocks oastwurdB from I .mm
dsle Avenue to tbe Easterly boundary
of Block 12, District Lot 788, all in
tho Municipality of tho Dislrict of
Nortli Vuneouver, to the full wldtb of
tbe roud, and mucudumliing buioc to
u width o( 21 (cot between ditches,
and tho expropriation of luudB necessary where not slroudy uvulluhlo for
suld purpose.
AND WHEREAS It was recited In
said liy In v. ihul tbo csUmutod cost
of suld Improvement Work was 111,985
Ibat tbo Council hud agreed to cxpeud
from tho General Funds of tho Municipality thc sum of (2,165, and tbe
balunco of (9,500 must be raised by
I ium ou tbo Security of a Local
Aseossmont to provide for carrying
out Ibo Improvement of the said Road.
' AND WHEREAS by said i.urnl Im
1 a 11.\.ina-ii 1 Hy-liiw it u provided that
Ibo lands lo be benefitted by tbe carrying out of Ibe eald Improvement of
tbe Mill King Slreot East arc tbo
lands having a frontage on tbo said
King Street East so far as It Is to be
Improved, and Ihut the extent to
wblcb such lends ure benefitted is In
proporUon to tbe length of frontage
of nub lands respectively froutJng
upon suld Road.
AND WHEREAS a Pellilon ha"
' 1 ui received by tbo Council duted
is lo oaeb signuluro und lisped by S
majority In number of Ihe persons
shown by ibe lust revised usscssuieu
roll of lho Muulclpjillly lo Le the
owners of Ibo landi. affected by this
Hy law und ihe owners o( more than
mi' hull In value ul such lunde, asking
ibal the said Imiiiovciuont of Ibe
King Street East bo aurrlod oul as u
1 ir nl Ini).i.iM'iii. ui Mid lhal ibe sum
o( (9,1)00 bo raised ly Debenture
lundi lo be Issued on Hie sciurlly
ol Lucnl Improvement rules, lo Le
ovlcd ;i.nu.im.- to lbs sold ii.uii.i 1
tusir on Ibe raid lundi lo bo benefitted
'M uloresald.
AND WHKHKAS lb" umounl ol doll
which tlalii Dyl*w Is lulonded to cm
ate is (9,500, and tbc same Is being
creeled to provide u lund In purl (or
the Improvement ol Ibe suld King
Slreel East under hi al Improvement
Flan.
AND WHEREAS Hie amount to he
raised annually by Special Rale (or
paying ibe dcbl and InUiroet under Ibis
lly-Uw Is (845. being ••Hi for Sinking
Fund uud (475 (or Ini. rest.
AND WHEREAS Ibo vulue of Ibo
whole land and Improvement, or real
properly rateable under Ibis Hy Uw,
according to tbc lasl revised assess
Beeye 0f OiKtbiAM scaled ffffi t|
»e*l piths Corporation.   „
4. Tbe ssld Debenture Bpnds rt
bear Interest at a rate not exceed
five per cent, per annum, P»y|Mf I
yearly pn the 1st day ot July and. 'j
1st day nf January In each and e¥|
year during the currency ot ths 1
Debentures or spy ot thorn- Tt,
shall be attached to the DsImhwL-
llonds Coupons signed by the 9fH$
(or eucb and every payment of Intereirj
that may become due, and such fifn
turo may bo either written or stamps;
5. The said Debenture Bonds tt j
principal and Interest shall be psirsJi
st tbe Bunk of British Nprth Ame:
lu Norlb Vancouvor, Toronto and 1
ireal, and the ssld principal sum 1
be made payable by tbe Corpprt
uta date not later than thirty yi
from tbe 1st day nf July, 191}.
6. For tbe purpose of lorraln
sinking fund lor payment pf ssirl „,_
bouturos at maturity, and for psytywl
of the Intprest tboreon as It bepijr
due, amounting, said Sinking
and liilcreal together, to (645,
Is hereby assessed and levied M
and above all other rates and I
the annual sums set opposite the 1
ertles hereafter described, to be kn
as "Tbe King Street (East) Local
prpvemont Bute," which sums sh
payable out of and from tho sold
ertles, respectively, vis.:—
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY i
d
1
a
2
I
I
2026
28
A
B
1
6
6
'7
118
It
It
46
297
C
3
4
5
f
50
:
6
' 7
(0
(0
8
50
9
10
11
IS.
49
49
49
49
25/29
1
i;
168.1
i
7
8EU1
8W'A
9
13!
' 86
86
104.4
3
1
7
132
104.8
Iii
8
4
1
168.1
786
12
13
6
t
7
8
1
2
i
100
100
100
100
100 i
100
100
786
18
4
100
*
n
(Hi
kirn
ma hi roll of Ihe District is leu Hum
sand nine hundred dollars ((10,900).
AND WHEREAS tbe debt is created
pn Ibe S.-. hi liy of the.Special Rales
settled and levied by ibis Hy Luw, and
II Is guaranteed by lho credit ot the
whole Municipality.
TliidllKHHH UK IT ENACTED py
lie II . ve nnd Council of Ibe Corpora
■ I'm of tbe District pf NorUj Vaacouvtr, In Council assembled (with tbe
ssaoni of tbe electors of tbe sold Dis
nili). as fellows, vli.:
1. Authority Is hereby Riven tbe
Council to-carry pul ibe work of lapcsl
Improvement of ibe said King Street
■'.I.ri as before described, all ss laocal
Improvement under and by virtue of
the sold King Street (East) l/ical Improvement Hy law, 1911.
2. It sball be lawful for lho Council
to ralio by wsy Pf Ipsa Irom any person or persons, body or bodies corpo
rale under Debentures tp be Issued as
hereinafter provided, a sum pf money
rot exceeding Is whole the auto of
(9,600, aai IP causo lho seme to be
paid Into the Bank of llritish North
America IP Uie credll pf Ihe said Cpr-
iaiiiniii.il for the purpose shove recited.
3. Debenture Bonds of the fipr
porotion tp be designated 'the King
Street (Ksst) laocsl Improvement De
honture llonde" tp an amount eol exceeding the ssid sum pf (9.500 la whole
may be Issued by the Reeve snd the
Clerk of the Corporation In lerms of
Ihe Municipal Clauses Act snd Ada,
Tbe sold King Slreot (East)
Improvcmcnl Rate or Tax shall
is hereby levied and charged ana
for Ihe period of thirty years as
or ehurge payablo along with
111I1II1I011 to and us forming part _.
annual real estate lues puyublji '1
uml nut of ihe said respective pi
tics to the Bald Corporstlan
Hut ll Is hereby provided thai
tbc event of any of said proper'
charged with mild King Street (Bj|
laocel Improvement rate, being
hereafter subdivided, then the
rate shell also be proportionately
divided and settled according tp
frontage of each part or lot abutl
on ssld King Slroet (East), end]
subdivision of tho land sbslj jjn
null- Ibal ns (or as possible no I
or lol nl.oiling will bsve a less dfi
■in!, one hundred end twenty loot hi
'rom such frontage, end on sucb J
■'Melon lolng 10 made and appr
>l ly i-i-rllllcele authorized hy
Council (or tbo registration of tip
or plan thereof, Iben Ihe uid froi
rile ila..ll bo a charge only on
purls or lots abutting on sold s
und the remainder of the said proj
lies sp subdivided (if any) sbsT
(reed und released (rem tho salt
as a churgo or Hon.
7   The dolt hereby created Is
cleil on the Security ot thc ssld]
Si reel .1 .ml) Local ImprOTI
'.etc. settled and levied us bersj
fore provided, und II Is guarantes)
lho Municipality at large.
8.   This r.', i.'.v, may be cite*
ull purposes as "The King 8treaH
Imal   Improvement   laoan
1911,'' and shall come Into
Ibe 1st day of July, 1(11.
Passed by tbe Council pa til
day of May, 1(11.'
Received the assent of ths jssj
ut on Election bold on tbs
day of KIM
Reconsidered and Dually adppU
Ihe Council und signed by Ihe I
und Clerk and soaled with tbf]
noraio Foal on Ihe
of i.'H. I
liroU
11eol ■
rending the same and of this by)**
sums as may he required, hut no
badtaaiby
ELECTOR! OF THI PlfTMfl
NORTH VANCOUVfcH.  ]
Tske noil-o ihat tbe abovs tt_
Copy of the proposed  By-Isw
which the vole of the Munii ipall
be taken wllbln the follow!)
stations, vli.:   In ihe l.yi
InsUtote llnil; In the Cbiii
comer of laonsdelo Avenue
Street, und at Hollyburn,
District of North Vancouver,
urday, the 27th dsy ol May, I
1 ween ihe bpurs of 9 o'clook i]j
7 o'.li.ii. p. m.
JOHN ll. FAR«j»
C. M. C. and Reluming- tyg
Public notice Is hereby
Hie vote Of the Kin tors of
pf Nprth Vancouver will be
Ihe King Slreot (East) IiocsJ
monl Uta Uy I aw, 1911.
ibo 271b day pf Msy. l»ll
hours of ( o'clock i. m '
p. m.  wllbln the foil
places, vli.:   In the ij;
slitute Hall: In the
the corner pf Lpos4i
Qusisa Street, snd at
Ihs District of Nprth
that John 0. Fewer bs|
ef returning officer tp
pi such electors wllh the
In that behalf.
By prdor of Ihe Cpwx»t of Kortb Vwotmyw.
iW In authorise tbs carrylnB
nl Ills work nl Local Improve
' of Westover Boad, awl rale-
y way at Local Improvement
itiires the sam oi si* thousand
- (16,000) |o provide part of
It ol currying out tba eald
and to assess and" levy the
,  , Imprpveraept r»ta or tax re-
Ired to provide tor the payment
iu# Interest, and to accumulate a
.piling fund to pay oft tbe said
Debentures.
WHEREAS tba Westover Road
■opal Improvement By-Uw, 1011,
passed by tbe Council ot the Dle-
ot North Vanopuver to provide
loertalnlng tbs land to be bene-
, apd t'e proportion of benefit
fftivad by such lands froth the pro-'
" led clearing, grading and bonlevard-
Its full wldtb of tbe Westover
from Lyan Valley Road to
.Road all In the Municipality of
Vancouver (part ot wblcb run-
j)l»g southwards from Ibe Lyan Val-
ey Boad Is now known ae Allan Road,
put tor tbe purposes of thia By-Iaaw
is stlli referred to as Westover Road)
'.and gravelling same to a width ot 24
jsjfpetween ditches.
D WHEREAS It wae recited In
By-Law tbat tbe estimated coet
the said improvement work wae
van thousand Ave hundred dollars
7,500), tbat tbe Council had agreed
•spend from the General Funds of
aa* Municipality tbe eum of one ihou-
t>flve hundred dollars (11,600), and
.balance of sis thousand dollars
) must be raised by loan on the
ly of a local assessment to pro-
or carrying out the improvement
» e aaid road;
P WHEREAS by said Loral Im
i»ment By-I aw It le provided that
lands to be benefitted by the car-
f put of tbe said Improvement of
said Westover Road are the lands
' ia a frontage on the said West-
Boad so far as it ie to Le im
iroved, and lhal ihe cm. nt lo which
ucb lands are henelltled le In pro-
Minn to the length of frontage of
ucb Isnde respectively fronting upon
ill) Road.
AND WHKHKAS a I'ellllon has
wen received hy lho Council dated
| to eacb signature and signed by a
aaJorlly In numher of the persons
hown by the last revised assessment
OH pf tbe Municipality lo he the own
rs of the lande affected by thia By
||, and the owners of more I ban
ana-half In value of such lands, ask-
■I that the said Improvement of the
flstnver Road be carried out as a
aocai Improvement, and Dial the sum
f all tboueand dollars (16,000) be
ailed by Debenture Bonde to be
mtti o" the md mil) of I n. nl  im
evemepl Ratee to he levied accord
10 the eald frontage basis on Hie
ttld lands to be benefitted us afore
aid.
AND WHKHKAS ihe amount of
at wblcb this By-Uw is inlended
t create Is six thousand dollars
mfiOO), and Ihe name is being .real
|-l«> provide a fund In pun for Ihe
(provemiJiit of the said Westover
SM under Lmal improvement Flan.
TfND WHKHKAS Ihe amount to he
died Biinuiill) hy special rate for
lying the deht and interest under
lis By-Uw Is three hundred and
fty dollars (13401, being HO for tbe
•king fund and $300 for interest.
AND WHKHKAS the value of tbe
bole land and Improvement or real
mpetty rateable under Ihis lly-Uw.
{cording lo Ihe last revised Assess
Hit Roll of the District le twenty
'• thousand nine hundred and fifty-
Ha dollars (126,967).
BID WHERKAS Ihe deht le rreat-
on tbe security of Hie enerlal ralee
tiled and levied by Ibis lly-Uw, and
is guaranteed hy Ihe credit of the
Mle M mil. i ia. In .
THEREFORE UK IT ENACTED by
a Baeve and Council of Hie Corpor
Ion of the Dislrict of North Van
over In i'..ni. 11 a. .'..'ini L.l (with
S assent of the Electors of (he said
Strict) aa follows, vli.:
I, Authority Is hereby given the
audi to carry out Ihe work of Leel
nrovemeot of tlie ssld Woslover
ii, u before described, sll as Local
provement under and by virtue ol
> said   Westover   Roel   Ucal   Im
Women' it; i .a,-, mn.
■  It shall he lawful for tbe Coun-
|0 raise by way ol loan from uny
(Son or persons, body or bodies cor
ftAa under Debentures in be Issued
hereinafter provided, a sum of
pay not exceeding la-whole Ibe eum
fls .thousand dultttrs l$6,f)0U) and
Muse the sum* tu he paid into tbe
ak of British North America to the
tif|t of (be said I'orpoiatlini for the
Ml sbove recited,
L Debenture Bonds of the I'mi.ur
M to be designated, "Tbe Westover
i laocal Improvement Debenture
III*" to ao amount not exceeding
i said eum of els (houesnd dollars
IMt) In whole may be Issued by
I B*ev» and the clerk of Ihe ('or
Ulion In tasrins of the Municipal
mm Act and Acts emending the
m sad at this Dy Uw In sums u
lb raqulred, bul no elngle I (ebon
[ mall bs for s greater eum than
I thousand dollars I|l,'l00). Each
OVe eald Debentures .ball be signed
I|U aaid Reeve and clerk and seal-
lh tha Seal of Ibe CorporaUon.
The said Debenture Bonds sball
' r Interest at a rate not erreedlng
r3f0f capt- per   annum,   payable
tyaariy on the Brat day of July
,the first day of January in earn
.atary year during Ihe rurrency
ijl said Debentures or sny of them.
fa Shall be attached lo tbe De
Un Bonds, Coupone signed by the
ma tor each and every payment of
rat thai  may  become due, and
dgatlori may be either wrlllen
mampai.
'fka said Debenture Bonds as to
i tii Intereet sball be pav
the Bank of   British   Norlh
bf North Vancouver, Toronto
■atl, end the said principal
be mad* payable by In*
»t a dale not later than
from iii* drst day of laly,
run umm, mmi nmovvn, n, a
proyeuiant Bat*," which sums shull
be payable out of and trow tha said
properties reBpsctlvsly, vls,;-
Psscrlptlon of Property.
fl
2023
3087
1     8
6/8    6
126
18.46
6
80
6.43
17
234
16.80
18
231
16.90
18
1
40.2
2.78
8
40.2
8.73
8
40.2
2.73
4
40.2
8.78
6
40.2
2.73
20
284
16.60
31
234
16.90
32
234
16.90
83B'/i
117
7.96
23W14
117
.7.96
84
234
15.90
25A26
1      a
36
2.44
2
33.4
2.27
3
33.4
2.27
4
33.4
2.27
6
33.4
2.27
6
33.4
2.27
7
33.4
2.27
8
83.4
2.27
e
33.4
2.27
10
33.4
2.27
11
33.4
2.27
18
33.4
2.27
13
33.4
2.27
14
33.4
2.27
27
234
15.90
28
234
15.90
29
234
15.90
30
a
234
15.90
31
234
15.90
32
234
16.90
83
234
16.90
34
1-6    1
33.5
2.27
A 37
8    2
33.5
2.27
3
33.5
2.27
4
33.5
2.27
.   6
33.5
2.27
6
33.5
2.27
36
2/5     1
33.5
2.27
2
33.6
2.27
3
33.5
2.27
4
33.5
2.27
6
33.5
2.27
6
33.5
2.27
36
11
86.5
6.87
12
16H.8
11.84
13
33
2.21
11
33
33
2.21
2.21
16
33
2.21
17
33
2.24
18
33
2.24
i* purpose of formlnf a
tor paymeat ot said TB*
I pjaturity, mi tat payment
tbereoa as It Ucoroes
I said slaking fund and
MM, t**r* is
I jm4 mm or*r sad
rat« and UU* lis
maiU tba prepay
ribat ta be knows
10 Road  Local   to-
The said .Westover ltoud Local Im
provenient Hale or Tax shall be and
is hereby levied and charged annually
for Ihe period of fifty years as a lien
or charge payable along with and In
addition lo, and ae forming pari of the
annual real estate taxes payable for
and out of tbe eaid respective properties to the said -Corporation.
But it Is hereby provided thai iu Ihe
evenl of any of said properties charged wllh said Weetover Road Ucal Improvement Rate, being now or hereafter subdivided, tben Ihe said rale
shall also he pro|iortionately subdivided and settled arcordlng to the irom
age of eacb pari or lot abut ting on
said Westover Road and Ihe nib
division of the land shall he so made
Ihat ae far as possible no part or lot
abutting will have a less depth than
one hundred and twenty feel hack
from euch frontage, and on such subdivision being so made and approved
of hy .1 niiii.ii. authorized by Ihe
Council for ihe registration of the
map or plan thereof, then the said
frontage rate shall he a charge only
on such paiin or lots abutting on said
street, and the remelnder of the said
i'i.". i ii' so subdivided lit eny) shall
l:e freed ond released from the said
rale as.a charge or lien.
The debt hereby created is
created on the security of llie said
Westover Road Loral Improvement
Kale, settled and levied aa hereinbefore provided, and II is guaranteed by
•he Municipality at large.
8. This lly-Uw may be cited for all
? iiri.a,- .t as "Tbe Westover Koad
i in i.i Improvement Loan By-Uw,
1911," i ml shall come'into effect on
Ihe Drst day of July, 1911.
Passed, by the Council on the lllh
day of May, 1911.
Hi.chid (he assent of tbe Electors
et an Election held on Ihe
day of 1911.
Reconsidered end finally adopted by
Ibe Council and signed by (he Reeve
and Clerk and sealed with tbe Corporate Seal on the day
of                              1911.
ELECTORS OF THE OI8TRICT OF
NORTH VANCOUVER,
Take notice tbat tbe above Is a true
copy of the proposed By-Uw upon
wblcb the vote Of the Municipality
will be taken within the following
polling stations, vli.: In tbe Lynn
Valley Insilimc Hall; la the Churcb
Hall at corner of Unsdale Avenue and
Queen Street; and at Hollyburn, all
in tbe District of North Vancouver,
on Baturday, tho 27th day of May,
1911. between tbe houre of 9 o'clock
a.m. and 7 o'clock p.m.
JOHN 0. FARMER,
C. M. C. and Returning .Officer.
Public notice is hereby given that
th* vol* of the Electors of the Districl of North Vancouver will be taken
on the Westover Road Ucal Improvement Loan By-Law, 1911, on Saturday, Ihe 27th day at May, 1911, between the houre of 9 o'clock a.m. and
7 o'clock p.m., within the following
polling places, vis.: In the Lynn Valley institute Hall; In the Cburcb Hall
at ths corner of Unsdale Avenue and
Queen Street; and at Hollyburn, all
In the Dietrict of North Vancouver,
and tbat Jobn 0. Farmer haa been
appointed returning officer to take the
votes of euch electors wllh the usual
powers In ibat behalf.
By order of the Council,
T. A. ALLAN,
Acting Reeve.
JOHN G. PARMER,
C. W  <'.
DMriot «f Mnrth Vsncouvsr.
.Sm«rt Boy Wasted, side to write
shorthand pad etxvntumai to office
Wo*. Opportunity Ior ef/in*-rio^ pu-
(dl. Apply Biatrial Engineer's Office,
fadtaaia, North Vancouver.
jpisHriot of Worth Vancouvor, ,
A BY-LAW to authorlre tbs carrying
out ot tbe work ol local Improvement ot psrt ot Nye Street East,
and ralelng by way of Uoal Improvement Debentures tbe sum Of
e|avan thousand three hundred dollars (811,800) to provide part of tlie
cost of carrying out the said work,
and to assess and levy tbe Local
Improvement Rate or. Tax required
to provide tor tbe payment of the
Interest, and to accumulate a sinking fund to pay oft the said Debentures!
WHEREAS tbe Nye Street (East)
Ucal Improvement By-Uw. 1811, was
passed by tbe Council of the District
Of North Vsneouver to provide for
ascertaining the land to be benefitted,
snd the proportion of benefit receiveil
by such lands from the proposed
clearing, grading and houlevBrdlng to
IU full width ot that part of Nye
Street extending three blocks East'
wards from Unsdale Avenue to the
Eastern boundary of Block 12, District Ut 786, all In the Municipality
of the District of North Vancouver,
and macadamlxlng same to a width of
24 feet between ditches and tbe expropriation of the necessary lands
where not already available.
AND WHEREAS It was recited in
ssld By-Uw that tbi estimated cost
of the said improvement work wae
fourteen thousand one hundred and
seventy dollars ($14,170), that the
Council had agreed to expend from
tbe General Funds of the Municipality tbe eum of two thousand eight
hundred and seventy dollars ($2,870),
and Ibe balance of eleven thousand,
three hundred dollars ($11,300) must
be raised by loan on tlie security of
a local assessment to provide for carrying out the Improvement of the said
Road.
AND WHEREAS by eald Ucal Im
provement By-Uw It Is provided that
the lands to be benefited hy the car-
rylm< out of the said Improvement of
the said Nye Street East are the lands
having a frontage on Ihe said Nye
Street East so far as It is lo he improved, and that the extent to which
such lands are heiielilled Is lu proportion to Ihe length of ii.uh...- of such
lands respectively fronting upon said
Road.
AND WHEREAS a I'ellllon has
been received by the Council, dated
as to each signature and .... nod hy a
majority lit number of the persons
shown by the last revised AeBCBEment
Roll of the Municipality lo be the
owners of the lands effected hy Ihii
By-Uw and the owners of' more thai:
one-half In value of smh bind . nsklng
lhal ihe Said Improvement of Nye
Slreel East he carried oul us a Local
Improvement, and Ihul the sum of
eleven thousand three hundred dollars ($11,300) he raised byvDobentiire
Bonds lo he issued on Ihe security of
Local Improvement Hales lo be levied
arcordlng to ihe said frontaee basis
on Ihe said lands to' be benefilted as
aforesaid.
AND WHEREAS Ibe aawcnt of
debt which Ibis By-Uw Is Inlended In
create, Is eleven Ihousaml three hundred dollars ((11,3011), and Ihe seme
is being created to provide a fund In
part for the Improvement of Ihe said
Nye Slreel East under Local Improve
im hi Plan.
AND WHEREAS Ihe amount lo be
raised annually hy Special rate for
paying Ihe dehl and Inierest under
this ily-Uw Ib seven hundred and
sixty-seven dollars ($767), being (202
for sinking fund and 1566 for Interest.
AND WHEKEAS the value of Ihe
whole land and Improvement or real
property rateable under Ihis By Uw,
in i online to the last revised assess
in. in mil of Ihe in.diin Ib len thou
sand seven hundred dollars ($lu,70'l).
AND WHKHKAS tbe debt le created
on the ua mil) of Ihe special rales
settled and levied hy Ihis By-Uw, and
it Is r.iiiii.niii'.'d by Ihe credit of the
whole Miiniclnallly.
THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by
the Reeve and Council of Ihe Corporation of Ibe Dislrict of Norlh Vancouver In Council assembled (with Ihe
assent of Ihe Electors of Ihe said
Dislrict) as follows, viz.:-
1. Authority Is hereby given the
Clin il lo carry out Ihe work of Ucal
Improvement of the ssld Nye Slreel
East as before described, all as Local
Impron in.-in under and hy virtue of
tbe said Nye Street (East) Ural Improvement By-Uw, I9IL
2. It shall be lawful for Ihe Council
lo raise by way of loan from uny person or persons, body or bodiee corporate under Debentures to he issued
as hereinafter provided, a sum of
money not exceeding In whole the
sum Of eleven thousand Ihree hundred
dollars '$11,300) and to cause Ihe
same to he puid Inlo (he Bank of
British Norlh America lo the credit
of Ihe said Corporation for the purpose above recited.
3. Debenture Bonds of the Corporation to be designated "The Nye Street
'(East) Ucal Improvement Debenture
Bonds" lo an amount not exceediug
the ssld sum ot eleven thousand three
hundred dollars ($11,8111)) In whole
may be Issued by the Reeve and the
clerk of the Corporation In term* of
the Municipal Clauses Act and Acts
amending Ibe same, aad of this By-
Uw In eume as may be required, but
no elngle debenture shall he for a
greater sum than one tboueand dollars ($i,0iij). Eacb of the eald Debenture* eball be signed by the said
Reeve and Clerk and sealed with tbe
Soal of tbe Corporation.
4. Tbo eald Debenlure Bonds shall
bear Interest at a rate not exceeding
live eer cent, per annum, payable half-
yearly on Ihe 1st day of July and the
first day of January In eacb and every
year during the currency of the said
Debentures or any of them. There
shall be attached to Ihe Debenlure
Bonds, Coupone signed by the Reeve
tor each and alary payment of interest tbat may become due, end euch
eignature may he either written or
etamped
5. The said Debenture Bonds as to
principal and Intereet shall lite payable at the Bank of British North
America in North Vancouver, Toronto
and Montreal, and the said principal
Sum shall be made payable by the
corporation at a date not later than
thirty years from the 1st day of July,
I»1L
6. For the purpose of forming a
sinking fund for payment ot tha .Said
Debentures at maturity, aai tar payment of the Interest thereon m It be-
there Is hereby assessed Slid levied
over and above all other rates and
taxes the annual sums set opposite
tha properties hereafter described lo
be. known as "The Nye Street (Bast)
Ucal Improvement Bate," which sums
shall be payable out ol and Irom the
said properties respectively, v|s.;—
Dsscrlptlon ot Prppsfty,
S
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18
14
16
16
17
18
18
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il
768
§
61.3
60
60
60
60
60
60
50
60
112.4
112.2
60
60
60
60
60
60'
50
60
11,1
132
132
103.4
168.1
168.1
133
132
103.3
100
100
100
100
100
Kill
100
100
♦16.66
13.78
12.78
18.70
12.19
18.79
12.71)
18.78
18.79
28.i6
28.76
18.78
18.19
13.79
12.79
12.79
12.79
12.79
12.79
16.66
83.77
83.77
26.46
40.46
40.45
83.77
83.77
26.45
25.68
25.68
25.58
25.68
25.58
26.68
25.58
25.68
cowee due, mounting, said sinking
fund and inter.nu together, to tW,
The said Nye Street (East) Ucal
Improvement Rale or Tux shall he
and Ib hereby levied and charged an
1.null' for the period of thirty years
ae a lieu or charge payable along wllh
..nd In addition lo, und as forming
part of ihe annual real eBlate taxes
payablo for and out of Ihe said respective pi.c adii. lo Hie said t'aj
porallon.
Bul II ie hereby provided lhal In Ihe
event of any of said properties charged with said Nye Street East Local
Improvement Rate, being uow or here-
aftir subdivided, llu 11 Die said rale
shall also he proportionately subdivided and Bellied uuordliiK to Ihe (ronlage of each purl or lot uhiilllng 011
eald Nye Slreel East, and the subdivision of Ihe luud shall he bo made
lhal as far sb possible no part or lol
abutting will have a leBS depth Ihau
one hundred and twenty feel back
'rom such frontage, and on such sub
division being so made and spproved
'i hy certificate authorized hy the
Council for Ihe registration of Ihe map
or 1 Im thereof, Iben Ihe said front
age rate shall he a ishnrire only on
such pails or lots akatllng on said
street, and Ihe remainder of Ihe Bald
properties so subdivided lif any) Bliall
be freed and released from the said
rale as a charge or lien.
i. The debt hereby created is created 011 the security of the said Nye
Street fEast) ' Ucal Improvement
Kale, M-iil.al and levied as hereinbefore provided, and ll is guaranteed by
the Municipality al large.
8. This By-Uw may be died for all
purpores es "The Nye Slreel I Eusl |
Lo.ul Im 1-nn-'ii iin Loan By-Uw,
1911," and shell come Into effect on
Ihe flret duy of July, 1911.
Passed hy Hie Coumll on the lllh
day ol May. 1911.
Received the assent of Ihe Electors
al an Election held on the
day of 1911.
Reconsidered and finally adopled hy
the Council and signed hy the Heeve
and Clerk and sealed with the Cor
porate Seal on Ihe day
ol 19ILj
ELECTORS  OF  THE  DISTRICT  OF
NORTH VANCOUVER.
Till,.- notice thut Ihe ulove Ib a true
copy of Ihe proposed By-law upon
which the vote of the .Municipality
will he lakeu wllbln the following polling imt lone, viz.: Ii) the Lynn Valley InstJtule Hull; In Ihe Church Hall
ut corner of Unsdale Avenue and
Queen Street; and at Hollyburu, all
In Ihe Districl of North Vancouver,
on Saturday, llie 27th* day of May,
Kill, between the hours of 9 o'clock
i' in. and 7 o'clock p.m.
JOHN 0. FAHMEIt,
C. M. 0, and Returning Officer.
Public notice Is hereby given that
Ihe vote of the Electors of tbe District
of North Vsacouver will bo lakeu on
the Nye Slreel (East) Ucal Improvement Uau By Uw, 1911, on Saturday,
tbe 27th day of May, 1911, between
tbe hours of 9 o'clock a.m. and 7
o'clock p.m., wllbln tbe following polling places, via.: In the' Lynn Valley
Institute Hall; In the Cburcb Hall at
the corner ot Unedale Avenue and
Queen Street; and at Hollyburn, all
In tbe District of North Vuneouver,
and tbat John O. Farmer hae been
appointed returning officer lo take the
votes of eucb electors wltb the ueual
powers In tbat bebalf.
By order of the Council,
T. A. ALLAN,
Acting Reeve.
JOHN O. FARMER,
('. M. O.
Freeh Fruits daily ul the Grotto.
Fresh    HuWcrmiik    daily   st   the
Grotto, 6 cents per quart.
First  quality Ice Cream, wholesale
aad retail at the Grotto.
United Brotherhood of Carpenters
and Joiner* oi America. Ucal No.
1436. Headquarters (or both workmen seeking employment and contractors needing moo, at CummingV Store,
Lonsdale Avenue. Business agent's
hour* 8-00 to 8.80 a.m. and 6 to I..3D
pj». 4- B. fbaki feysioeee agwt. U
Piltrlot of'tfortii Vuwwtf,
A BY-LAW to authorise the carrying
out of tbs work of Ucal Improvement ot part of Queen Street West
and raising by way qf Ucal Improvement Dobonturos the sum fit
five thousand dollars (86,000) to provide part ot the cost of carrying out
the said work, and to assess snd
levy tbe Ucal Improvement Hate or
Tax; required to provide for tba payment of tbe Interest, and to accumulate a slaking fund to pay off tho
said Debentures.
WHEREAS tba Queen Street
(West) Ucal Improvement By-Uw,
1911, was panned by the Council at the
District of North Vancouver to pro-
Vide for ascertaining tbe Und lo be
benefitted, and tba proportion of benefit received by such Isnds from the
proposed clearing, grading and houie-
vardliig to the full width ot 66 ft ot
tbat part of Queea Street extending
for two blocks Westwards from Lone-
dale Avenue to tbe Westerly boundary of District Ut 2026, all In the
Municipality of the District of North
Vancouver and macadamising ssme to
a width ot 24 feet between dltcbes sad
the expropriation of tfae necessary
land where not already available.
AND WHEREAS It was recited in
eaid By-Uw that tbe estimated cost
of said Improvement Work was six
thousand three hundred and sixty dollars (86,360), thst the Council had
agreed to expend from tbe General
Funds of the Municipality the sum of
one thousand three hundred and sixty
dollari; ($1,360), and the balance of
five tboueand dollars (85,000) must be
raised by loan on the security of a
local assessment to provide for carrying out the Improvement of the said
road.
AND WHEREAS by said Ucal Improvement By-Uw It is provided tbat
the lands to be benefitted by tbe carrying out of the eald Improvement of
the eald Queen Street West are tbe
lands having a frontage on the ssld
Queen Slreel West so far as it is to
he Improved, and Ihat the extent to
which such lands arc benefitted is in
11.iiioiiii.il to the length of frontage
of such lands respectively fronting
upon eald road. -
AND WHERKAS a Petition has
been deceived by tho Council dated
ns to each signature and signed by a
majority In number of Die persons
shown by Hie lasl revised assessment
roll of the Municipality to-be the owners of llie lends affected by this By-
Uw and lb' owners of more than
in.' hulf iii value of Buch lands, asking
lhal Ihe Bald Improvement of Queen
'tree! Wesl he carried out as a Local
Improvsmsnt, and thai the sum of
live thousand dollars ($6,000) be nn.
d hy Debenture Bonds to be Issued
on Hie i-ei uiiiv of Ucul Improvement
Kates lo be levied artordlng lo Ihe
said frontage basis on the said lands
io be i ■ ia. im. .1 as aforesaid.
AM) WHEKEAS (he amount or dehl
which Ihis By-law Ib inlended to
creste Is five thousand dollars
($6,000), and the same Is being created lo provide a fund in part for tbe
Improvement of Hie eald Queen Street
West under Ucal improvement Plan.
AND WHEREAS the amount to he
raised annually hy special rate for
laving the dehl and Intereet under
Ihis Bylaw Ib two hundred and
eighty-three dollars ($283), being $33
for ; iiil.ni. iiiiul and (250 for interest.
AND WHEKEAS the value of the
whole land and Improvement or real
properly rateable under this By law,
laioiiling io the last revised assessment roll of the in.  is fourteen
ilinmumI     five     hundred     dollars
($11,600).
AND WHEREAS the debt Is created
on the security of the special rules
sullied and levied by Ibis By-Uw, and
ll Is guaranteed by the credit ol the
whole Municipality.
THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED by
the Reeve and Council of the Corporation or the Dislrict of North Vancouver In Council assembled (witb tbe
.'. a' ni of Die electors of the said Dislrict), ss follows, viz.: —
1. Authority Is hereby given tbc
Council to carry oul Ihe work of Ucal
Improvement of Ihe suld Queon Street
Wi'Bt a* before described, all aa Ucal
Improvement under and by virtue of
Ihe said Queen Street West Locul Iin
provement By-Uw, 1911.
2. it shall he lawful for Ihe said
Council to ralee by way of loan from
any person or persons, body or bodies
corporate under Debentures lo be
Issued as hereinafter provided, a sum
of money not exceeding in whole tbe
sum of live thousand dollars ($6,000)
and to cause Ibe same to be paid Into
the Bank of British Norlh America to
llie credit of the said corporation for
lho purpose above recited.
3. Debenture Bonds of tlie Corporation to be designated "Tbe Queen
Street West Local Improvement Debenture Bonds" lo an amount not exceeding tbe said sum of five thousand
dollars ($5,000) In whole may be Issued by the Reeve and Ihe Clerk of
Ihe Corporation In terme of tbe Municipal Clauses Act and Act* amending
Hie same, and of Ibis By Uw In sums
as may be required, bul no elngle Debenture shall be for more than one
thousand dollars ($1,000). Ueh of
the said Debentures shall be signed
by the ssld Reeve snd Clerk and
Sealed with the Seal of ths Corporation.
4. Tbe said Debenture Bonds sball
bear Interest at a rate not exceeding
five per cent, per annum, payable half
yearly on the first day of July and on
tlie first day of January In each and
every year during the currency of the
siald Debentures or any of them.
There eball he attached to the Debenture Bonds, Coupons signed by the
ii.-a-.'.' for eacb and every payment of
Interest Ihat may become due, and
such i '• i.-'iu.. may be cither writue
or stamped.
6. Tbe eald Debenture Bonds as to
principal and Interest shall be payable
ai the Bank of British North America
in North Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal, and tbc said principal sum shall
be made payable by the Corporation
at a dale not later than fifty years
from the first day of July, 1911.
6.   For in* purpose of forming a
Local Improvment Bala," which sums
shall be payable out ot and from the
said properties respectively, vis.:—
PBSCWPflON OP PBOPWWV
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1
80
17.30
i
60
7.20
8
80
7.80
i
80
7.80
6
80
7.30
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7.20
1
80
7.80
6
88
9.86
9
88
8.9S
10
80
7.30
11
60
7.10
12
60
7.30
18
60
7.80
14
60
7.80
16
60
7.80
16
60
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80
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4
80
7.30
6
60
7.80
(
60
7.30
7
60
7.30
8
60
7.20
8
60
7.20
10
60
7.20
11
72
8.60
18
73
8.60
13
60
7.80
li
60
7.20
16
60
7.20
Iti
60
7.20
17
60
7.20
18
60
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60
7.20
20
60
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sinking fund for payment of ssid Debentures at maturity, and for pay
ment of the Interest thereon as It be
comes due, amounting, said Slaking
Fund and Interest together, to $283,
there le hereby essesead and levied
over and above all Other rates aad
taxee the annual sums set opposite
the properties hereafter described to
Tbe said Queen Street West Ucal
Improvement Rate or Tsx sbsll be
and ie hereby levied and charged annually for tbe period of fifty years ss
a Hen or charge payable along wltb
and in addition to, and as forming part
of the annual resl estate taxes payable for and out of tbe said respective
properties to the said Corporation.
But It is hereby provided that In the
event of any of eald properties cbsrg-
ed with eald Queen Street West Ucal
Improvement Rate, being now or hereafter subdivided, Iben Ihe said rate
shell also be proportionately subdivided and settled according to the frontage of eacb part or lol abatllag on
said Queen Street Weet, and the subdivision of the land sball be so made
that as far as possible no part or lot
shutting will have a lees depth than
one hundred and twenty feet back
from such frontage, and on eucb sub
division being so mode and approved
of by certificate authorized by the
Council for tbe regielration of the
map or plan (hereof, then the said
frontage rale shell he a cbarge only
oo sucb parts or lots abutting on said
street, and the remainder of the ssid
properlles so subdivided (If any) sball
he freed and released from the said
rale as a cbarge or lieu
7. Tbe debt hereby created Is
created on the security of tbe said
Queen Street West Meal Improvement Rate, settled and levied as hereinbefore provided, and li ie guaranteed hy tbe Municipality at Urge.
" This Bylaw msy be died for all
purposes as "The Queen Street West
Ural Improvement I.oan By-law,
1911," and sball come Into effect oo
Ihe flret day of July, 1911.
I'asBcd by the Council on tbe lllh
day of May, 1911.
Received the assent of tbe electors
at an Election held on the
day of 1911.
Reconsidered and finally adopled by
the Council and signed by tbe Reeve
and Clerk and sealed wilb tbe Corporate Seal on tbe day
of                               1911.
ELECTOR8 OF THE DISTRICT OF
NORTH VANCOUVER.
Take notice that the above Is a
una copy of the proposed By-Uw
upon wblcb tbe vote oi the Municipality will be taken witbin the following polling stations, vis.: In tbe Lynn
Valley institute Hall; In the Church
Hull at corner of Unsdale Avenue
and Queen Street; and al Hollyburn,
all In the District of North Vancouver, on Saturday, (he 27th day of
May, 1911, between the hours of 8
O'clock a.m. and 7 o'clock p.m.
JOHNO. FARMER,
C. M. C. and Returning Officer.
Public notice is hereby given that
the vote of the Electors of Ihe Dislrict of North Vancouver will be taken
on Ibe Queen Street (Wesl) Locsl Improvement Man By-Uw, 1911, on Saturday, tbe 21 Hi day of May, 1911, between Ihe hours of 9 o'clock a.m. aad
7 o'clock p.m., wllbln the following
polling places, vis.: In the Lyan Valley insi11me Hall; In the Churcb Hall
at Uie corner of Unsdale Avenue and
Queeu Street; aad al Hollyburn, all
In Ibe District of North Vancouver,
and Ibat John O. Farmer hs* been
appointed reluming officer to lake Ibe
votes of sucb electors with the usual
powere in tbst behalf.
By order of (he Council,
T. A. ALLAN,
Acting Reeve.
JOHN O. FAHMER,
< C. N. C.
Fresh Fruits daily at th* Grotto.
Oet
corner
it at the 1-onsdale Pharmacy,
8th and Lossdal*. Phoa* 89, U
APPLICATION   Wft   uquob   U-
CENSE
NOTICE is hereby giv« U>a> ai 'he
next silting'ot Um Board ot Lb tr#
('onum'ssioiacrs lor Iiie Distriot «d
North Vancouver, I, the nndersjgMr
intend to apply lor * bold LAVE,
(or promisee eituoi* on lot 5Jj,
D.L. 666 (Dundvsve) ia UuT
l»ict of North Vancouver/
ANTHOIT
Dated at North V,
Uay Uh, IMI,
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I T»R EXPRESS. NORTH VANCOUVER, t C
§B¥fiP .
■ iiiihImij"'
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Great Hosiery Sale
The following lines will be offered on Saturday and
Monday-   N°te them:
50c and 75c values 25c a pair '
Plain si)k lisle thread, also cotton embroidered and
lace hose, in black, tan, brown, reseda, helio, white,
Copenhagen, elc.  Great range to choose from.
35c to 45c values 17l,c a pair
Plain cotton and lisle thread hose, in black, tan or
grey.   Good quality, well shaped and finished.
Regular 65c Hose, 3 pain for $1.00 >
Women's open work silk lisle thread hose in striped
designs in all colors and black, unusual value.
Regular 30c to 45c values for 15c a pair
Women's fancy colored lisle thread hose in assorted
patterns.   Extra special at this small price.
25c cashmere hose 12k a pair
These arc in plain black and well made, shaped and
finished. The wearing parts are extra spliced. Sizes
[or women.
Children's cotton hose in tan, black or white ujnii
work designs.   Regular 25c values for 10c a pair.
Gordon Drysdale, Ltd.
575 Granville Streeet
Vancouver
Tm Auto at tha cab cbam la not to
Bffaaiwifij Um (id msrtaeed a gasp
of dismay. Kirtwood sUred mooqjly
Ma Us cap.
These mm Ism ass tearfully," hs
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
J19 Pender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
BATHb
kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sts.
Thc only up-to-date and reliable bath house in British Columbia.
Ws cure where -others fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plain baths, electric luiili- .
shower baths, massage for body, scalp and face ; electro therapeutic baths a specially.
JOS. KAIalaETHE, PROP.,
Gradualc of Merlin. C.criiian
LADIES' HAIRDREiSfkG
I'KHMANKM IIAIK WAVE
Every lady lungs to tun wavy t»:i
It is now witbia tbe rsasfc 4 everyone. For some yeara cat bur bu bam
permanently waved, but lb* psocsseii
hud to undergo wss loo ssvert luc n
to bo upplied to bail on ibat btai.
but uow icisnee bas discovered a sac
tbod by wbicb tbe b.iir caa be wattd
without injury to hair oi scalp. Ik
wave will not wasb oul and daaip
weuther will not affect it. The pro
ccss leaves tbe hair soft and wavy, ll
haa become tbc rage id 1'aria, loo
don uml ull tbe large dtite 4 Ihe
Slates. Special rates for one mnib
Any iiil.irmiilii.n regunliaac that wort
will be gladly given l-i any ladies who
will call or write to
MADAME III HIIIKi ,!>,
723 Pender Street.
GROCERS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs,
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
RUBBER STAMPS
BUSINESS COLLI Gfc.S
SPROTT-SIUW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. W.
Canada's Greatest Wsstern School
It J. Sprott, B.A., - -Manager
PITMAN'S
Buftincs* College
63] Seymour si., Vancouver
Day school open all thc year
round. Night school commences September 8th.
THE  GEO. H    HEWITT CO
Manufacturers
WMWI IIMI HsHI
Sign and Price Marker*
io Fairfield Bid.      tone R3272
REAL E8TATE
1 orltisliirc Itaulii k
NrTiiriliViS I'linmriiliiiii Mil
4|o Seymour Street
HEAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTH1-.'. 1
ESTATES   MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
K. Kerr Huiilj/.itc — Manager
Read   the  Express
WANT ADS.
RESTAURAMT8	
All Norlb Vancouver paode eat as
LEONARDS'
Either Pluck Block 01 Hauling! SI.,
opposite |be new post nfior.  lauaati
sells his lea by Ihe pound.
NohtH tfAaNcoUVEij
HOSPITAL
CONDI a . a la  ||T
THE MISSES DA pOA
Curlillcatcd Surgical, Medical and
Maternity Nurses
Nsrsss Seat Del es Apptlcatlon
For torms apply  al the Hoapitsl
Villi Street East.
PHONE   69
toes should be pip-
rder to save the
„   « for this con-
EAT «V
ITEM.
FOR SALE
300 Feet of Water
frontage with crown
grant, known as
Wallace Shipyards.
Terms to suit purchaser.   Apply
H. H. DEVINE,
Seymour St
Vancouver
General Contraelinf
EXCAVATING,   < LKAKIN';,  GKAD-
ING, Etc.  Estimates Gives.
Had fiman t* Andru**
Keith Koad, east oi St. George/a At*
am, or J>. O. Bos 134
._ Brentwfck, "I
bethought me ot a cwwt«etrolte. It
Is my good tattmm tt bat* a Mead
wboaa whim U Is to support a touring
car daie«f la Inaccuoas Idleueas. Ac-
coniingiy 1 have tekpboned blm snd
naaiiieadiind Ibe oac of this uu-
eUae-iaecbaialdaa tan. Tbongh not a
tattling man, I sat vSling to risk reck-
1Mb a few peace hi .support of my
neileat** Out of the two, OspUln
ntntefa ear aid oun, tha Isttsr will
prure tmmAtnbly the more speedy.
"Ia shaft, I a—aest," be concluded,
umtsumy ladug Us Ions wblis An-
(sal -that, avoiding Use basards of
cab aai railway carriage, w* motor to
Chiliera, th* night being Sue sad the
■cod. I anr told, tmytlnnslly food.
Miss Dentin, whit do yoo thlakr
luitliicdfdy Um fid looked to Kirk-
fjsoi, Iben shifted her glance to their
t~— -I f_|nk joa sn wonderfully
thoughtful sad kind," she ssld simply.
-and you, Pbillpr
-ITs oa hieplrstlriB," the younger
mu declared. "I can't think of an/-
thing better cakulstrd to labrow tbem
off than to UstsqM tbem by motor
car. It sroold be always posslblo to
trace oar Journey by rail."
"Iben." *mawat$i Brenlwlek, mak-
Int u tt lo rise, "we bsd best go. It
neither my bearing nor Captain Btryker'a car deceives me, oar fiery cbsrtot
le pooling at the door."
A Wile sobered from tbe confident
spirit of quiet gayety in wblcb tbey
bad dined, tbey left tbe table. Not
Ibat hi Ibeir hearts either greatly
njnrelbeard Ibeir ultimate triumph, but
they were allowing for tbe element of
ener ao apt lo let at naught human
caltaliiiouj. Calendar himself bad already been proved fallible Wllbln tbe
bounds of poaslLUlly thdr lurn to
stouitale might now be Imminent
Wben be let bimseif dwell upon It
Ibeir uiter hstjtsssai to (ire Calendar panae by commanptacc melbods
Klrkwood. Wltb another
ttmmmm it bad been soalmplc a mat
tor to pat a period to bis scUvltlcs by
a word to the police. Bat be wu ber
falber. For Ibat reason be mast con-
liaually bs spared. Been though. In
detperale erlremily, abe sivald give
_ lo ibe ansat of tbe aduiuur-
en, retaliation would follow serift ud
sun; far tbey might not overlook or
tbe fact Ibal ben had been Ibe
 1 responsible ter Use thetl of tbc
Jewels. Innocent (bough sbe bad been
in committing Ihat larceny, a cats-
paw (aided by u intelligence ut-
scrupulous and malign, tbe law would
not bold ber ptttsss wen sbe once
brought wllliln ill cuguiiaucc, nor pos-
aiUy would Ibe HaBama, mother and
m.
Baton tat door a motor car walled,
frqapminfl Lmpatleatly, meebs-
ready la hie seat, u uncouth
chape |o gpgyi.* tui leather pinuonta
ibat gbnoe like oihklns under tbe
street llgbu.
It out comer another end a smaller
car stood ia waiting, its lamps like
Initial cyea glaring through Uie nlgbt.
I   la Ihe shadows across Ibe way a
lengthy ebadow  lurked  Slryker,  be
rood reasooabie question.   Oliscrwlsc
Ibe street wu deserted. Nol>eveu tbat
adreolilioue boUiy of Iiie early even-
. log wu now In evidence.
I   Dorothy   presenUy   Joining   tbem,
Brest wkk led Ibe way to-the door.
Klrkwood In Uie rigbt, Brcntwlck to
Ibe left of iJorofhy, the foruier carrying the Ireuare bag, tbey hastened
down Ibe walk and through (the gate
to Ihe car.
Tbe watcher across the way waa
mortd lo whistle shrilly. The other
cu longed forward ncrrouiily
Bnnlalck, taking tbe front Meat beside Ibe SSSebanlclsa, left tbe itouncau
lo Klrkwood and Dorothy. As the
Amerlcsn slammed Iiie door the car
swept smoothly out Into Uie middle-of
Ibe way, while the purauing car
swerved hi lo Ihe outer curb, slowing
down 10 let Btryker Jump aboard.
Kbfcwcod put bimseif in Uw seat by
Use girl's stale and for a few momenta
wu occupied with Ihe arrangement of
Ihe robes. Tben. silting back, lie lound
her cfes died upon him, pools of In-
attmam night In the shadow of her
hat
Toa aren't afraid, Dorothyr
8he answered quietly, "I. am with
yoa. Philip."
 ' '
f'HAITKK XXX.
II a steady gait, now snd egsln
l\     checked In def eneoce lo Uie
/ \ atreet UaafLc, iraotsrick's mo-
A m. lur car rolledl wKb resonant
bumming of Ihe eiiitne, down Um
Cromwell road, swarsb Into Wsrwlck
road Said swuug northward through
Kensington lo Shepherd* Bush. Behind li Calendar's cuclsuig u If towed by an invisible oside, never gaining, never losing.
To some extent bs reckoned without
fals DoUr cu. Is long u tbey tm-
eled within tbe metropolitan limits,
ccauMrjiDcd toobserre andecorouspace.
In view of ibe prejudices) of the county council. It wu a rrwiftrr of no dlA-
• uliy wbataeer to —aaai^in _, distance. But ooce (hey bad won through
Shepherd's Bosh aad. paced by huge
double deck trolley Imu. men flying
through "■"■"fiaira— oo the Oa-
bridge rosd-onc* lateyhMlran through
Actoa aad knew kijiieli Hepate tbat
bow Ibey wen a<lbe^*e-dty bound:
arlm- Oma tm ommawcAm ot Uwmwl
Going Through?
Of Course It's
Going Through
If Vow Ppri't Take Thii
Chance, Someone
Else Will
BUY SHARES
paying estimated dividends of 15
per cent, tlie lirst year of operation
and increasing yearly.
mmtmmmwm
1
Grouse Mountain
Scenic Incline Ry.
Don't ulluw niilside capital to gobble
up the uin.1 local proposition of wbuse
Bucce.-'s not mie solitary doubt bus
been cxpl'i'S ed.
id Investment for the Conservative
SEND FOR PROSPECTUS-
*TT Kusiili nls ol North
'Jj Vancouver may iilitain
stuck from ex-Mayor May
ol May cv Burns, Lonsdale
Avenue, Norlh Vancouver
F   M. Foulser, Secretary Grouse
Ma.in.1.nn Scenic Incline Kailway
Company, Suite- 304, jny Fender
St., Vancouver, b. C.
.Please semi me |>riiK|)ecatiia ami
1ki11il1.il inloiuiaiioii ul ihe (jrouse
Mountain Scenic Incline Kailway.
Name    	
Aililrcss	
Not too aoou for hesseet ^ptat ■ Osi-
endar was lo lam (Kbtinwd weead
hare aaid la lurid Iseiil ia  lfli~l a
tm im mm
Ughts et mmm wmwmanmt east
ammtmmAnbwm
CHURCH NOTICES
NOBTB VAMOliVI'.K
SI.   Andrew's l'resbylrr.an  GhurOn,
iiih street.  Services; ftiiiuliu: ».irshi|i
' II a.m., I'ninii.j »i.i.hi|. a iin p.m.,
.Suuilny   Sehuul 2.30   p.m ,  Miuialor'a
1 Bible f'lass 3.80 p.m., V.P.S.i'.l'. Tuesday evening S o'cliiea, pruyer mniin.'
1 Wednesday ovoning S o'clock,     'tiod
. neviia you ; you uiul l.nd." It. v. Hon-
uid iliicLeou, ni.u i-la-i.
1   Buplial   Cburcb - Fillb   und   St.
j (Joorge. tScrviees ol 11 uiu. und 7.;tU
p.m.   Sunday Schoul nnd liihle   ' In .■
i ul 12.16 p.m.  Prayer und praise bui
vice Wednesday ul S p.m. I'astor, llee.
j A. J. I'."   '■'   2nd street euat.
; Melhodiat Cburcb, corner ol Sintb
street   and   St.   George's   Avenue-
' Sunday preaching services st 11-00 a.
in. and 7.30 p.m., Sun.lsy School an
I Bible Haas ut 2.30 p.m., Senior l«u-
guc on Hunday evening at 8.00 p in.,
prayer und praise service ou Wednesday  oveninij nt S.00,   Junior League
j service ou Tliuraday^'terniinn at 3.30,
A cordiol welcome ie ex (ended la all
10 attend these services.   I'astor.   W
I ('. Scbliclilor, ia --iii' ii r. coiner hcilb
K.,ed and St. Andrew's.
St. John tbe EvaH||ellst, Bth and
J3tb streets i Holy communion, 8 am
iin.inini/ prayer, 11 am. : eveninu prayer, 7.30 p.m. On tlio Iii t Sunduv in
lho monlli ibwc will be a second OS-
icbrstion   ol tlio boly communion   at
11 a.m. Hector, Bov. Huub Hooper.
8t. Agnes Church, Boulcveid-Vicar,
Hov. T. K. Howe. 7.30 p.m. ovousouk
every Sunday; II a.m. Holy Communion, 2nd Sunday ol every innnlb.
Tbo Solvation Aimy-S. A. Hall,
Lonsdale Avenue. Sunday — 11 a.
in., bolineas ^mooting. 3 pn.,
children's nicutinit; 1.16 p.m.,
salvation meetinu: Tuesday, 8 p.m.,
holiness mooting ; Wodnoeday, 4 p.m.,
childron's meeting; Thursday, S p.m.,
salvation meeting. Captain Douglas
will visit any wbo ore eicli or in distress at any limo,
Bt. Edmund's Catholic Church, M..
boa Avenue: Sundoys-Mo»s 10.30 a.
oi., Sunday Sohool 5.30 P.m., Hosary
l^onediction and Sormon 7.30 p.m.
Indian Catbolie Cliuroli ol 8t.
Paul's. Moss, 7.3l) o.m. Sundays. Fas-
tor, Kev. E. Poytavin, O.M.I.
N0KTH JXINSUALK
florlB Lonsdale Presbyterian Chuioh
—yVorebin,  Sundays,  7.30  i.m., Sunday School, 3.30 p.m. R. Ve» Muus-
aai.'i,  M.A., pastor.
8t. Thomas, North Lonsdajo-Vicor,
Bev. T. E. Bowe. 8 o.m., overy Sunday escept let Sundoy in monih ; 830
a.m.) let Sundoy in month ; 11 a.m.
Motin Litony ond sermon, 2nd and 4th
Sundoy; II a.m., Holy Communion
and aermon, 1st ond 3rd Sundays.
LYNN VALLEY
Lynn Valloy Frosbytoriaa Cliuroli-
Worship, Sundays, 11 s.m.. TJaion
Sunday School, 2*W p.m. «• Van
ltunata?.r, M.A., pastor.
Lynn Valley steliodisl (Jburoh-Ser-
vice every Sunday evening in the new
I h..rh-s Kiiko
Phone    198
church ul  7 o'clock,
ley, pui-tor in charge.
Si.   Clement's,   Ljnn   .'alley--Vicar, '
IU,, r.   E. Bowe.   A^tanl^ i'.icsl,   NOTth    V ct II ( O li V (> f
Hov. II. B. Haslain, B.A. 7.JU p.m.,
ovonsong, o\cry Sunday : 11 a.m.
holy communion, Isl Sunday ol ovory
month.
The mm ol Ibe lire department ol
North Vuneouver presented Chief Turner wllh u nundSomo Neerabam pjpo
on lho i-voiii ol hia birthday ou Weal
neaduy Inal. Tho "I hiol corlainl}
aeeins In huvo achioMil popularity
with il"' biiys in iburl order an b.-
lulu mil Ihtii here lor nuile a monlli
yet. i
Coal and Supply Co.
Dealers in Coal, Brick,
Sand,   Gravel,   Lime,
( iiDiiii   and   General
Builders' Supplies.
All   Orders   Fromptiy
Filled and Satisfaction
Quaranted.    Frices on
Application.
"****** | Office: Lonsdale, near Gty Wharf
Warehouse:       Foiman's Wharf
( and sola by
BUELL BROS.,
Maiomc T___jj__ Builduui
WE COULD
Paper the World
•'
from our stock ol new Well Capers
so it seems. Every day some now
deeign arrives to fill the vacancy
of those closed out.
Handsome Will Paper*
1
oro bore In ondleff variety,    Just |
lull our soiosmon /or what room
you want ths paper and be   will
show you just the pal tern you ore J
looking lar.
To ohooeo Itqp) our slock is a pleasure, to psy our prior Is easy.
W.H.CT0IWIC0.!
Ul Irmndtin A***        mmm-wi m
m% EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, 8, C,
" Run when you read or you may be late."
Greatest Clothing and
Bargains Ever Seen in North Vancouver
The hundreds of eager buyers who attended the sale on Saturday were all satisfied,
and exclaimed the deep price cuts were astonishing on such fine up-to-date merchandise. <]f Everybody in the .vicinity of North Vancouver seem to have heard
of this sale. Lynn Valley, Moodyville and West Vancouver were all represented
] in the great stampede for bargains.
Is there any wonder that this
sale has created such a sensation
Come again this week, the price cutting will
be more severe every day until the stock is
reduced. A sale like this may not occur
again, opportunity is at your door.
A  CLOTHING
CHANCE OF A
LIFE TIME
 1 JL_
PRICE CUTS
ARE
ASTONISHING
MEN'S CLOTHING
MEN'S GOOD TWEED SUITS-.Just the thing for
present and summer wear. Reg. Pries */• nr
$10.00 and $12.00.  BALE PRICE fO.JJ
MEN'S IMPORTED TWEED AND WORSTED
SUITS—Single nr double breast, beautiful patterns.   Ue);.  Price $14.00 and $16.00  .a nr
SALE PRICK e)\IMD
VKKY PINE IMPORTED TWEED AND WORSTED SUITS in latest styles and cut. sin nC
Reg. $17.50 to $20.00. SAf,E PRICK     f IL.VD
MEN'S HAND TAILORED SUITS iu the very latest new models and designs from the best tailors in Canada.
Reg. Price $32.50 SALE PRICK $14.95
Reg. Price $25.00 , SALE PRICE $17-95
Reg, Price $30.00 ,SAI,E PRICK $21.",5
Reg. Price $3500 SALE PRICK $2495
It will pay you to see, any of this lot. They arc
perfect fitters.
. MEN'S ODD PANTS
Rag. Price $1.50 , SAW, PRICK   75c
Reg. Price $2.50 8AJ/B PRICK $1.75
Rsg. Price fo.oo to $3.50 SALE PRICE $2.50
Reg. Price $4,00 lo ,'4.50 SALE PRICK $325
Reg. Price $5.00 -..BALE PRICK $3.95
Reg. Price $6.00, SALE PRICK $4-95
All the above are money savers.
WORKING SHIRTS
At astonishing price cuts.
Good strong Shirts Reg. tec and 75c, Sale Price 35c
Reg. $1.00  Sale Price 75c
Reg. $1.25  Sale Price 95c
Reg. $1.50 .Sal* Price $1.15
Keg. $2.00   Sale Price $1.35
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MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS-New Spring Patterns.
Reg. Price $1.00 unit $1.25 Sale Price 85c
. Reg. Price $1.50 and $1.75  Sale Price $1.15
MEN'S BAI.BRIGGAN UNDERWEAR-
Reg, 50 mid 65c  (Sale Price 35c
Reg. 75c  .Sale Price 45c
Cashmere, reg. $1.00 Sale Priic-75c
Men's Merino, reg. 75c  Sale Price 45c
Natural Wool, reg. $1.25  Sale Price 45c
Natural Wood, reg. $1.50  Sale Price fl.ij
MEN'S SOX-
Reg. 25c Sale Price  15c
Men's fancy, reg, 35 and 45c Sale Price  25c
Reg. 50c  Sale Price 35c
Keg. 75c aud $1.00  Sale Price (15c
Good Working Sox  2 for 25c
MEN'S COLLARS-Reg. 30c  5c each
Large aud small sizes.
MEN'S HATS—
Reg. $1.50-  Sale Price 95c
New Spring Hals, reg. $2.50 and $3.00
.Sale Price  $1.95
Stetson $4.1x1 and $5.1x1  Sale Price $3.4.5
MEN'S HRACKS-
Reg. 25c and 35c  ' ...Sale Price 15c
Keg. 50c -...Sale Price  35c
Reg. 75c and $1.00 ...,„ Sale Price 65c
We eaiinot describe each line. You need to sec
tliem to appreciate the values. They will simply
.nun/I' you.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Little Kiddies soft sole, reg. 75, sale priie • 40c
Kiddies' Slippers, reg, $1, $1.2.5, sale price 75c
Children's laced Shoes, $185, $2 S price $1.1,5
Ladies' Oxfords, rcj;. S3.50 sale price jl.85
Ladies' Oxfords, ret.'., $-1 s.«.le price $2..|-a
Ladies' Butcher Cut,  rci;. $3.50 s.  price $1.0,5
Ladies' Patent Blutcher, reg. $5, s. price $2.85
Men's reg. ii WORKING HOOTS s, price $1,15
Men's Heavy Bliilchcr'g Si.50, sale price $1.65
Men's Box Call, Blulcher and Hal Cut
reg. St 00 und $3.50 sale price $2 15
$4.1x1 lo $4.50 (ium Calf Blulcher $3.15
$5.1111 to $5.50 $3 *>5
$6.1x1 lo $(1.50, loggers, elc. ; $4 35
BOY'S CLOTHING
Kiddies' 2-picce Suits, 22-26  $2.85
2 piece Suits, si/es 22 lo 28, reg. $5.1x1 to $6.00
Sale Price $3.65
BOYS' TWO PIECE, si/c 29 to 33. Reg. price
U>t»i to $7.1x1. .Sale Price  $4.85
BOYS' THREE PIECE SUITS   Reg. up to
$7.50.   Sale Price $4.95
EVERYTHING GOES!!
NOTHING RESERVED!!
LOOKOUT
FOR THE
BIG GREEN
SIGN
WILLIAM CUMMING
Open Evenings till 9 o'clock*
LOOK OUT
FOR THE
BIG GREEN
SIGN mw^mmmmm
■ ■ ■
rm mnm, north vancouvr*. b. c.
9
OUR ARTISTIC
ewr-sasaaaw wu .is* isliil jlusiihsliiisIi isjeieaji am
GEM JEWELLERY
is mudo in fuBhion's latest approved
deiiipiiH. It is jewollory which dislin-
guishos tho wearer and adds grace to
the ooetumo. v
Qpr diamond and pearl jewellery,
sat in platinum or 14 carat gold, is
decidedly ucal nnd diiilinclivii, relleul
ing thu ertistio thought ol tha deeign-
er nnd lho fine delicate touch of Iliu
finished workman. . . .
In all jewellery linee wo givo to the
wesl ei n Cunadiun the fashions end designs ol Paris, I oudou, Berlin and
Now York, along with the quality Ior
Whieb the "HOUSE OF BIBBS" is
noted.
When yuu deeire anything in this
line visit and examine Iho beauty ol
our big store.
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Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Geo. E. i'l.iiev',
Managing Diruclor
Diamond Merchants, Jewellers
Hastings 6c Granville Sis.
Communication
THE PEBBY MANAGEMENT
Editpr Express:
Sir,—I wiili to dr.iw utti.nti n tp the
activity displayed toy the l-irry board.
lor which thoy deserve our thanks.
First then is tbo prompt removal ol
the old paintod time-table a} the Vi n
couvor winiii entrance .awl tho su'.i-
stitution ol an up-to-date one. This
nocossury alteration was actually attended to nil Inn Ihrce months ol ill
first chuago ol sorvjop and within
three duys ol the Inst ehun'.'.
Witb this proniptitudo eontiiiued wo
muy soon see s oorreot liat nl lares
di up! lived ut I lie Van'Oliver ticket ol-
fico.
The two concrete lump posls which
huvo only lain un the sidewalk Slice
tlio whurl wus completed, were removed lusl v..'.! . I called attention to
this about a couple ol ni..n hu a o
hence, perhups, this promptitude.
Two globes on one of the lump pnsla
are still missing und I huve hopis o'
seeing them iu place I.-!....- noxt winter. /
Two iron posls hove liotn fixed on
tho east bridge conncclinv tho whurl
und II.ml and purls ol the iron fence
have beon loaning against the Irei.hl
shed lor a low weeks. In time, no
doubt wc shull see a lew moro posts
in position und a section ol I inepiii
up.
Wo woro promisod u great dock over
(lie gates which could bu sent Irom
tho lop',,( ih.' hill und ul-o Ira in ibe
boats (those who utlinded tfao censure
meoting will remember this pcmi'ie)
This pieop pi w0stolul psMWuKSP*)
has, J b»l»eye, ham 4ropi'v,d. nnd
instead a small cloek Ium been placed
whore iio one can see it till t|i,.y ore
right at tbo ticket barrier. II tho clock
happens to work liko Forry No. 3 and
is put out uf commission on lie juent
occasions, Ibe fact of its not filling
seen will-uavo tho ferry hoard piueh
anxiety as none of the ''kickers" will
over notico its disappearance.
Yours, etc.,
F. C TIBEMAN.
B. C. GAZETTE
THE HOME FURNISHERS
FURNITURE
for everybody.
Carpet Squares
and Rugs.
We have juit
received a
complete line
nl Imported
Linoleums
and
Oilcloths
Prices
right
Special Attention given to
Window Shades,
Curtain Rods, etc.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
DINING CHAIRS
AND TABLE?
Buffets, Sideboards
and Dressers
Try our
All-felt
Mattress
^.^yourcurtelnj
and draperies by Uajlrij}'
&BISSE.LL
Carpel Jweeper
Pillows
and
Blankets
II you intehd uin 1.11111 your bums
in North Vancouver aoc us.
We also carry a full
line of Crockery.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
KuasfiUH
NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALS
Ut 18, Block'35, D. L. 550, $1150. Cash $450, balance 6 and 12 months
LoU 54 and 55, Block 166, D. L. 274, $13,000. Terms to arrange.  Near Lonsdale
lbs shove lots nrs among Iho besl buya in Norlh Vancouver, ond intending investors will serve llieir own
lalsrssts by investigating. Wo havo the cxeluaivo nolo and alao a largo list ol other Iota iu ibe I'ily. ll ia
in your own intereal lo call and Inspect our list bifore deciding.
ALVO von ALVENSLEBEN, LTD.
Real Ejtate Agents.      Financial Brokers
Head Office: 405 Hastings St. W„ Vancouver, B. C.
British Ouluniliiu Braiicb (Wins:
4 Lunidala Avo., Nurth Vancouver
llll UovernmentSt., Victoria
liranch Officer in Europe:
Berlin, (jerniHiiy
London, England
Paris, France
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
i Launch "Wesl Vancouver," Captain Eiudlay
Licensed lor 35 passengers
TIM IC TABLE
laeavee Vancouver
C. IV
 19.00
WEEK DAYS
am
um
16.30
nm
33.00
10.00
11.00
17.00
18.00
31 ,S0
flingle Fare 16-3
(.Saturdays only)
BtJiMUYS
Iswve West Vancouver
6.30
10.30
13.30
14.30      .
17.00
18.30
33.30
10.30
14.30
17.30
18.30
31.60
Two Tickets He.
Quickest rout* Irom Norlli Vancouver to the district lu-yum)
Capilano fliver. Launch "West Vancouver" mskes .ounce
linns, vyiilvml Isjl, vyii.li i|)c lurry steamers Iioin North Van
couver, as per above schedule.
iliu Honor the Moutenuut-Govcnor
in Council has been pleased to appoint Ihu undermentioned persons to
bo 1 'a>i.naiia,aai.in.-ia. for lal.iii); affidavits
in Iho 1. ii).11'in i- ei ui 11 lor the purposo
ol ncling under tbo "Provincial Elections Acl" in lln- elid'loinl districts iu
which lliuy reside. Such nppointmonts
will expire un the HI1.1 day ol ilccom-
Inr, IUII :
Bkociiu Electoral District—Stanlo.v
Miller, Morgan O'lirlen, I'ul Curr unil
W. It. Eggloslnn, nil ol llulkley Valloy ; George t'liscy and Wm. Eraser,
both of Prince Kuperl.
Esqulraolt Electoral DiBlricl-lloorgii
Bridle, .lainua .lohnaon, W. V. t'orfield
W. Ihmealfe. S. Thoinpaou, .1. II. Me
l>.a. a. ('. Ilillmun, John Day, B. A.
Anderson, W. .1. t'avc, A. I'otte, B.
B. Grey, Septimus Mrflunniiy, Bert
Hanlrop, Hugh Valance Stewart, Erod
Qoorgo l.usi'ombe and Charles Jasper,
nil ol Hijiiii'iniiiil, |'. 0.
Ymii; Electoral District—Phus.   .las.
Iliiddoii, ol Arrow Park ; Thomas E.
Ni-i.-n.ii uiul Bohh W. Fleming, all • <
Ymir.
Nelson City Electoral Dislrict—Ales.
M. Oliver, Alex. M. Munroc, Edward
Erancls I'hillipa „nd loacj'li M. Holm
oa, ull ol Nelson.
Vuneouver  City  Electoral  Districl
It. P. Pollipiejos,
Victoria Cily Electoral Districl—David young, Allen Vnrney, 'lb m.n
I'ie; and  lobn I,. Murlin.
Snanich Elcclural Dialrict- W. ti. De
Ituiiaio, of t'nrey Bond; and G. Warren of CohpiiU P.O.
Okanogan Elcclajrul Dialrii'l-Oiiir-
led 1 liniicy and Llewellyn Prior, both
nl Vernon ; Wm. Bison, .lames Fouls
Johnson, und Percy Boiomon, all 0
Endrrhy; Alexander Mcl.cnn.in, of
Eelnwnn ; .fnhn Win. S. Logic, qf
S.iuiinerliiiid : and dames Hiiyvvurd ol
Niiiiiiiijilii.
Similknmocn Klectorel Dalriit, -
Peter Bromley, ol Kcrcmeps; lleorgo
McKay, ol Olalln : John Tbos, I'm-
I her, ol nl..an.a..hi Falls; and 'lames
li. Webster, ol Dudley,
Kainloiipa Eleclorul Dislrict—Frederick Ernest Boasloy, of Mulakwa ; Eli
Wolorson and George F. Stirling ol
Salmon Arm I'. O.
Pernio Eleclorul District -Maurice
Hurrri ol Pernio.
ii.".el..l"l..- Electoral Dialrict Win.
Crawlord, ol Honors Pom ; and ttin
MiicKoii/iu,  ol Kovolaloki'.
Richmond Eleotoral District -Eu^on-
Wyniiin Cleveland and Adin Cnaaolman
Ford, both ol I'ollingwoiid P. O. ,
Mr. ti. Ii. Dawson ol Vancouver has
boon appointed surveyor general in the
place ol E. H. McKay, rcaiuneil.
Notice Ihul lender, have been Invited lur Ihe conalruclion ol n prison
form building at Hurniiby ure embodied in llie publication.
I ii.ii i ■ have been grimed to the
following extra provincial conipon'o
Berlin Interior Huidwond Company
Berliner Gramophone Company, Can
udiiiii Poalum Cereal Compuny. 'bur
lea M. Home lid. 'ionld Shuphy ■'
Muir Co., M.I h. . Nig. Company,
Norlon-firiflilhaa k Co. Ltd. and Sun
.H iiiehei I Land. t'o.
t'orlificntea ol Incorporation have
lieon isaucd lo Alhetlu end I'ncilie De
vi-lo]imonl t'ompony. Albei'SoUm Club.
r..ai,:.lii'ini Orchard Co., I'o'an Hay
Brick, and Tile Co., Both Mlno:
Trust Ci,. Ltd, Campbell Lumber Oo
Ltd., (ionlotia Limilid, Midway Ma|>le
Leal Oil Co., Moore Printing Co. Md.
One Six One, Ltd., Heel Boiler Block
Ciiinpoay, Snulh Kdowiia Orchard Co,
Thompson Trading Co. Ltd. and Tb
Victoria Fuel Dp, Lid.
NOBTH VANI01IVK11 CITY USURIES. UMITKi!
TIME TABLE
TAKING  I'l'l'ECT  MAY  FIHST,  m\
l*nvo Vancouver .6.30 am
il.iu .im   ovory   30 minulci
7.00 p.m.     i ..limn iii-inu  7.30 p.m
every 30  minutes until 11.30 p.m
thorcofler 15.IB and 1.00 a.m.
WEEK DAYS
and
until
1.1'nve  Vancouver  V.in,  8.30 and
3.00 thereafter aamo as weekdays.
Leavo North Vancouver 6.00 aJB.
and ilieieiiti.'i ovory 30 minutes until 7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.31) p.
m. every 30 minutes until 1100 p.
in   ilicic.-ilici  11.46 und 13.46 a.m.
•SUNDAYS
laoavc Norlb Vancouvor 7.30, 8.00
and 8.40, Ihcreoller same as week-
doys.'
PASSENUEK HATES
Single' lore 6c, 6 (or 36e, 30 lor 11, 70 Ior 13.
VEHICLE RATES
trueke aad
A--Lumber   Wagons,
drays, 76c return.
H-3 horso  oxpross oarriagce and
haeka, 60o rolu/n. •
('   I homo  express  buggies  end
oulos, 26o return.
'IjawialAe aubisot to cbaaga w|ltout notice,
Company not liable (or delays, aoadental or otherwise,
All the above rates include driver. Bales A and B subject lo 30
per cent, discount ia lots oi 60.
EKEI.'iHT TARIFF
Sor 100 Ibe. rate. 6c.
inimum rote, IDo.
"DUNLOP" Hose T"Mb"°"
Every length guaranteed
Vancouver sgeiitg (or this favorite fencing
^YfinNF"    FENCEandGATHS.   WeareNcrth
"BAPCO
If   PURE PAINTS in all colors and
finishes
"CHANCELLOR"ford sted ^VEW
and Elliciciiey
Garden Tools of Every Description
The J. D, Fraser Hardware Co.
Phone 58.
143 Lonsdale Avenue
11
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NORTH VANCOUVER
LoU in D. L. 621, BAYVIEW; $300
to $325 per lot; $20 cath and $15
per month; or $50 cash and $10 per
month; or $100 cash, 6, 12, 18 mths.
S. F. MUNSON
BROKER      333 Pender St. W.       Phone 5654
NORTH LONSDALE
A (ew yards off LONSDALE AVENUE. Only
Iwo lots lelt, each 50 ll. by 167 ll. Price only #500
r.iji. I "3 rash, balance 6, 12 and 16 months.
ELEVENTH STREET
Block and half from car line, a cleared 50 It. lot lor
$1050, 1-5 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
C. E. LAWSON & CO.
15 LONSDALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVER
Phone 70—P, O. Hox if;
Between Bridge and Imperial Car Works
FIFTY FOOT LOTS
on open roads, from $350 up
ONE FIFTH CASH
Wc Sjjcciali/x; in Norlh Vancouver, East ol Seymour Creek
D. McLURG
340 PENDER STREET       VANCOUVER, B. C.
I
Suppose a customer is ahout to order aoinclhilar or oilier over' your
I--I.d'l.lam 'Inc opcrulor linda your
line or line, engaged. The customer
in.ml  wail -or order lomo whore   clue.
M.I} III'  ho  clliio-li-..   IO   Willi     a dll:    Ogoiu
-again finds your lino or lines busy.
Thai moans a poaaiblo lose ol a customer.
Tlie li i nn' man needs ade-
i|inile telephone aorvico lor Ibe
accommodation ol his husineas
and his cual outers. Whon you
lose eusl omen through "bu»y"
aignals it hus iicvn proved that
viiiii   loleplioiic   lacililies   aro
iiiadi-pnile.
i'eoplo who get business male il
easy lor their oustomere to get to
thorn and have tho number pf.lde-
'Aum lines their huainess requires,
ihe number should be determined by
tbe amount ol uso at lho ItifSlKS'i'
time of tbo day.
B, C, TELEPHONE CO, LTD- TEN
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Express Classified Columns
,,     , .  1 it r—a—, n	
BATBB
Dingle Inasrt, 10o pec tins
80S Week, 74o per line per insertion
ns Month, Bo per line per insertion
I'ii' h     lliillni'iiiilk    ilnily
Orotto, 6 oents psr quart.
POB BALh
Hutting Hen lor  8alo-N. V, , Fish
Market, let utroot WBst. 30-6
' Mill Wood for Halo-Cmn'mcr Trnni-
di 0n., telephone 206 or 30. 18-6
First quality Ioe Crown, wholesale
end retail at the Grotto.
•FOli BAI.E-Large   sale,. good    as
pew, otieap.  "Hale," Espress Ollicii.tf
FOH HALE-Two good milk Sows.
Apply 12th Btroet, tut bouse went oi
Lonsdale. *™
MI80W.UNB0U8
at   the
FOPND-1 Husk Sugar. Owner can
havo same by proving property snd
paying exiniises. Apply W, A. Her-
rfs, cure I'a'iia *. McMillan, N. Vancouver. ' 23-6
toil HAI.I'.-'lfyw, Agiemnunte ol
Halo, S'.'.WHI each, balance line on
same $1,03(1 payable 815 monthly, Will
lab tl'MI ua I n'wl the money, Address Ilus 008, Nurili Vanoouver. KM
60-lt. lot on li.iiilin in 'I, Norlh Lonsdale, 1800; 33 It. lot ons lilook from
oar line, |160. S™ ,1. Mcllwuine, 152
3rd street, North Vanoouver.       33-5
Fresh Cream at the Orotto, 25 an.a
per pint.
HENRY B. WATSON
Architect
lliiaiiiid |0 and 11, l'ender Chambars,
533 Pender Street W.       I'hou. 3461
and I.on ilule Ave., Norlh Vancouver
lln iali'iia.-, .-ot, Lonsdale Ave   aad
Wild slreel, North Vanoouver.
LIBERAL MASS MEETING
A ninoting ol Ihe Norlli Vancouver
I il.ai,.l \- '.iriuii.iii is li,-ii'li\ called
lor Suliinlny evening, 271 h Inert, at 8
p.m. in the old K. I'. Hull over
Hums' butcher shop lor llie purpose
ol electing delegates lo Ihe annual
I'aiiivi'i.iiuii uml the transacting nl
ut her Important business.
Ily Order ol (he 'Executive,
HOBEHT ,1. POWLF.K,
■Secretary,
iliiiimii liina.1 Drown Leghorn nnd
l.l.a.al Island Hoosters (nr sale. Cheap
comer nth Ireel and Ht. Duvid's
ltoad. 316
Real nica business In North Vim on
VSr lor immediate sale, al out 15,0110
required. Apply, .1. Millwaine, 1'.'.'
3rd atreet, North Vancouver.        63-5
,,p FOB HAI.E-I.ot 18, in block 4, ILL.
863, three blocks Ir.im Boulevard lining south, 5111.117 fa-el. Trice $1-00. >!liO
$75 every time months Apply ownr,
338 1st west. 6-6
Angus J. Cameron
A M.I.li. ( B.
CIVIL ENGINEER
Irrigation, drainage, levels, plana
and specifications, heptic tanks nud
li.aaiaa drainage a apccinlly. V. 1).
II.a'. 211, liiila atreet weal nl llewicke
Avenue.
Mr. N. C. Pearoe, looal representative ol the Vanoouver News-Adver-
User, left yesterday lor his home in
Toronto.
Ilm-. J, I), liillam, M.A. of North
Vanoouver,. officiated at the openin;
services n( the new Presbyterian
church at Westminster Junction on
■Sunday. ,
For the' benefit of those who wish
to spend tomorrow's holiday in I l.e
vicinity ol the Canycn Vitw II.le'
and Hecnnd ('apih.ni Canyon, North
Vancouver, the Cily I) ad will eivo
band concerts at lioih i.( the ,. placei
during the entire altirnoi.n. 'l'-h
THK KXPRBSB, XORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
aS'aaasTaMseaassaaaipeBBBBiajij a————um„
Building Permits
The building permits issued by Mr.
Fugler, building and sanitation inspector during tbs past week, have
been large considering tbe rainy weather which haa to a certain extent delayed the makers of domiciles Irom
pursuing the train ol their domestic
thought. Those issued are as follows |
CamplniU's stables, 5th street west.
$160.
Mike Hlalfavil, cottage, 6th and Berwick, $1,51)11.
Mr. McMillan's camp nn Keith
lload.
Mr. II. Knight, residence on Keith
Boad, $3,800,
Iii/nl mill ll.,ad nl,, camp 34th strut,
$300.
i), A. Williamson, storage 6th slreel
east.
H. Walley, residence 6th street east,
$600.
I). I). I HI ii in I, residence Keith Boad,
$2,301).
W. .1. Irwin, ill una', Lonidale Ave.
$16,001).
Mrs. A. Uierrsi.n, 6 Hals, tliii and
Ht. tieorge, $|,760.
.lohn .'. Burton, cutt«ge 16th and
Cheelerfield, $300,
8. 4. Holmes, two dwellings oo 5th
street   and   Forbes   Ave. reS|iectively,
t2,m.
W..S, Edwards, residence 13th street
$1,600.
Karl I'ierson, log house, 2t,tb s i.-i
$200.
Mrs. Carter, 4-roomed house, Mellon Ave., $400.
Wj It.  Hume, residjlioe lllh   are:,
$1,800.
Total amount with the iwo psrmits
issueil with which no amounts are
given, ia approximately $24,r,ISI.
IMPERIAL
('AUD (IF THANliH
Having sold our l.usimss previously
known as The Fair and lately as 'Ihe
I'nliii, between 5th and 6th street
ami Lonsdale, we wish lo thank nui'
many patrons (nr their |ulrni(0
and would hitnxliioe lo you Mis. I Ium.
Haggarty, whn will conduct Ihe business (rnin nuw nn.
We remain,'
Yours respectfully,
B. C. DIICOMMUN k HON.
NOTICE
£tt The name
•Mro-
J perial" damped
on Garden Hose is a
guarantee ol Quality,
36-5
Communication
New Harness Shop
A HHANt'lI OF THE VANCOUVEB
HARNESS CO, HAH BEEN Ol'ENEB
IN THE PREMISES OF THE C. M.
k N. COAL AM) HUPPLY CO., Cllll.
EHI'LASADE AND .HT. tiEOfiiiK'S
AVE. A FILL STOCK OF FIBHT-
CLASH HARNESS AM) IIOUHK FIT-
TINIIH WILL HE CAItHlEI). A
HI'ECIALTY WILL HE MADE OF
' BEI'AIB WOBK. PIHCI.H WILL BE
THE HAME AH THOSE IN VANCOI -
VEB.
Vancouver Harness Cp.
I'HONE 283
l'llHI.IC NOTICE la hereby given
thai, undor ilm authority contained
in section I'll of the "Land Act," a
regululion hus been approved liy the
Lieilleimnt-tiovernor in Counoil filing
il.a' minimum sale prices ol first nui]
second-class lauds at $10 und $5 per
acre, respectively.
This   a a a- a: I,. I I' 'll   fill I la. a    |il . .'. ,.l. d  I ll..t
tlie prices lixud therein slnill apply lo
all lands wilh respect lo which tbe application to purchase ia given favourable consideration alter this .1 In, notwithstanding the dale ql auch uppli-
oalinn or any delay Ihat muy nave
occurred in the consideration of ths
same.
Further notice ia hereby given   Ihut
all i" a "ia■■ whn have pending upplicii-
lions lo purciiiise lulids under the provisions   ol sections  31 or 38    nl   the
| "Land Act" and who ure not   willing
a to complete such purchases under the
I prices lineal by tlie uf<ircsaid<Mgiil|'i mn
I shall Ihi at liberty lo v.it luln, w   auch
| applications and in.in reluiid   ol Ihe
moneys deposited on uccnunt ol   such
applications.
WILLIAM It. BOSS,
Minister nf. Lands.
Department nf Lauds,
Victoria, II. ('., April 3rd. 1911.   /•«
We are sole agents
for North Vancouver,
for this brand ol Hose,
have handled same for
years, and guarantee
every fool.
When buying Hose,
insist on getting the
besl. Lawn Sprinklers,.Nozzles and
Reels of the best
qiiality always in slock
Tlie efficiency ul ihe fire lighiing up
piii'alua on board the boats ol tin
lerry Dealt and llie results ol lln
lire drill which ia waekly practiced
thereon was drmonstruttd in actual
trouble nn the Hi. George ye tardily when llie gasoline lank ol a motor car took lire while ill boat w S
crossing. Men were promptly tu blind
and Ihe bluze waa extinguithe.1 with
nut much damage li.-m.- .1. ne.
H. D. RUGGLES
HAllItlKTEU
NOTARY PUBLIC
122 6th Htreet Last North Vancouver
i'hone 273
SPLENDID HOLIDAY  I'ltlXlltAMME
VICTORIA     DAY      MATINEE
WEDNESDAY MAY 2ltn
Urand English Scenery—600 list nl
lilm showing river 'Illumes frum Ox-
(oni In Kichinond.
The Iron Master—This being lln dm
j lllt|l|/a..i veraioi) nf tile IllllloUs hook ni
the suiaii' name.
Her Artistic Temperament—A n,ai
ing  I.HtHI fwl   nl i-a.lue.ly
Lieut. .Soul's Narrow Escapellfie ul
lln- In-i war pictures -li .un mi the
scrtvii. I'a-aaiiiiinl scuiiia lilm showing
scans in ji-is.-i 'I heat- lilm- hue I.«jii
a lai'i.-ilK picked In Mr. venn r, which
ia .iili. .ahi ..ai.ii,mi.. ,,l „ good program. To be shown Wednesday and
Thursday welling uml Wuln sduy mi
North Vancouver Business Cards
PHOTOGRAPHERS
ICE DEALERS
CARBUH
Hludio   over   Hunk   11. N. A.
Lonadale and Esplanade
WAIC1I KI.I'AIKINC
Is your watch stopping or going ine
gularly ?   See
A. H. HOOD
The North Vancouver Expert
and iiionner Jeweler
60 Lunsdale Avenue
FISH DEALERS
JONES ICE CO.
Wholesalers und Iti'tinli'ia ul I'ure Ice
Cream
Ir« lor I.iiiiil;.   use
BAY VIEW TEA BOOMS
I'hone m      UINSDAI.E A'VENI E
ARCHITKCTaS
BARBERS
BAILEY'S
Barber Shop and Batbs
Hi In up lodale in every particular
Try ua ami lie convinced.
TAILORS
J. M. Msckay
AweM.lwlC.t
A. S. W. Mickay
Archilocle and Civil Vm/iawt
Ballour-Ker Block • • - ■  Eeplanido
NOBTH VANCOUVKJt
Mjaiii 1 .     i     ■
THE
FISH
NORTII   VANCOUVEB
s AND J'BOIH'CE DO,
I'i' di nnd Hmuked Fish
Live and Dressed Poultry
Vegetsblas Delivery twice daily
Phone 2k) 13) First Htrest
r'        l   i i  a i   a ■-—^— _.
CONFECTIONKRV   •
BILLIARDS AND POOL
The Palm Confectionery
.Slatiooery, Confectionery, Ice 1 ream.
Soft Drinks, Fountain Drinks, Tobaceo
laight LuiicIm*, Fruit        .
B. C, DUCOMMUN 4i SON*
Lonsdale and 6th I'hone 313
CONTRACTORS
PLAY POOL
AT HAMMOND'S
FIUST WEHT
Finest tables and cues in the 'ily
BLACKSMITHS
E. LAUR1N
iliyh-rlnss LadiiV and Cant's Tuiloria/
KEITH MUCH, FIBHT HTHEET
NOBTH VANCOI'VEH
Modem Tailors ud Renovalory
207 I...Ii-..lull- A van an-
Cleaning,   I'rcssiag,   Dyi-in.-,   Alini
Ws   use   Ihs   French   Dry   I'lentils i
I'rocess I'lioue 213
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
R. H. TARN
a I'ioaner Horscshoer - Carriage Wurts
WBST STBF-BT WEST k WNSDALB
sssesssspesaj
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
Th* Mew Mods o» Lonsdale Avenue
mm the Ferry Approaab
wu built by
SMITH BROTHERS
Otatttl Cont/sotors
HOSTS UHCOBVM
JOHN LINDEN
TAILOR
Ladies' and Cent's Suits lo Order
from 136.00 nnd ${16.00 respectively
i'hone 262 Lonadale Car, 16tfa at
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
TEACHERS (Music)
THE LEONARD-SALE CO,
BeotostUrs and BUUunns "
(V. lonadale snd 1st.       Hwno, 143
N0HT8 VANCOUVBB
SAM. T. SUHON
TEACIIEB OF/IANO and TIIEOHY
H|iecialty : ( hildron's leasnne at own
home.  Terms, ale, apply Central
Delivery.
ADVERTISE IN THE EXPRESS
D. L. 866 and H67
Editor l'.-.|u. ■■■:
The   cili/ena   ol   Nortli   Vancouver
have no doubt read vtith gnat lateral!   the   full account  ol this dispute.
given in the issue ul I ho Espress  of
Mny   the   12th,   ulsu Mr.   Alexander
I'hilip's statement ol nth r   "perlinetil
facia"   in  yuur  iaatie  nl   Hay   Hitli.
With your |iermission I wuii'd like to
place before the ruli'p.iy.i's a lew hind
und liaie realities concisely summarised.   As early ns .lull .aiy,   I'.lllli,   Mr.
Arnold Kuily wm acive   n trying In
secure   Ilia-    I uki   fur water   storage
purposes., In   . litter whiih Mr. teulv
ua the neve of the municipality,   ml
alaa   a.I  I,, the cuiiiicil'a eollcitor,   he
-i.it.-- "wlnil we wanl fur I he mini i'-
I'.alai    is the prior rijils Iai llie lake
for storage  purposes."   Ou   January
IJili, I'lmi. ihe  Deputy Commissioner
of   I.anils   und   Wi.iis   wrule  to Mr.
\l. v.iinl. r  Philip llnil  the ie|iie-l   o(
the municipal council lo Ihe   government lo reserve Dislrict Lois 866 and
><57 (portions ol Kice I ake) had been
noted   and   in,   disposal   uf llie I uls
wuiild lie in."I   until sinh time as the
Council  will bv einlilnl  in determine
'.-.Iniii.i   they   la  ia..I tu piirehaae   the
lula or not.    On Feb. til la, 1007, Ihe
Deputy ' ..aa.a...   .. a. a     a  |.anils   wtole
(ii the Provincial Timbsr InspeSlorinclosing a li'.iier Irom ilic Municipality
in which the commissioner wm mkcl
In pul u price upon Districl Lois 866,
867,   I '''I mid   1113, Ihe deputy commissioner requested Ihe limlsjr iaspne-
lor In ml-, nr wluit he Considered   lho
value ol the Lots iu i|Uuslioo.     Tne
limber insjiector on Ihe 7th ol   I'eli-
ruury,   I'.Hi, lorw aided to Ih. iluputy
commieeioner  Ihe   valuations   is   ie-
i|Ueeled.
lln Feb. I3lh, IWI7, the deputy cun-
missioner wrote lo Mr. Alximlei'
l'hilip thai the goveriim.lit were pie-
parol to sell lu lb' council on Ihe
valuation received provided cer'niii
private owncr.hip riLli|. were nrr.iu
geil.
Uu Ma,-, .'.'Ini, I DOS, ili.'.l |..n> com
miesioner wrnle In Mr. A. Melvinu
regretting thai he Wis una'lelu i
any assuranie that Mr. McLimi II'.
uppliculiuii tu puiihiise llie mi r.i
purl ion ol lut at67 would lie cuiliilr-
ul aa in, aSsuranoe bad be.n giv. , to
Ibe municipality ul ihe di.lr'el, il..,i
upon Ihe si|iiralion oi llie limlni
liiise, November I'-KI", Ihe C.,u ci'
Would Is' given the lira! npporiufliu
lo ium la.a-   ihe land.
Hy an Act i,f I'ui'liuni u di.led
March I2lb, 1106, the eity *..s In.oi-
poralud, in this Acl is unbodied nn
auiiflni'lil whereliy llie dislri"! Iiiuui-
■ if.ilm grunl.il and conviyed lo th
rrly all landa ownuil by, nser\,.«l by
the goVernimni for, and the tillsabI
min.■ i in all lands applied In'I.) Ilic
niniiia'l|i.iliiv in loniiicliiin with |he
Water system.
In l'laiis.1 9 ul the mo.em n> It was
i.i..'nl"l that the agrieni lit should
not cumi into effi-cl nr lie oier.ti'c
until further amending lejiiluti in
IHjnding hud be.n inicled. 'Ih'ainusnd-
ing art is dstcd Muy E'th, I0H7, and
ia additional und not in sulHiilulion
lo iin- Art ol March, 1006.
On June 16th, 1007, Mr. A lexaAilr,
l'hilip wrote lo the City Clerk as follows :
Dear Sir—The enclos d li.ller his
been received Irom Ihe >l .a iu.js Mini
fuel "ring Co., but lis tb.' IllUlil'jial.il
interest in BicaT Luke end its uu'tY
shod landa are now viatod iu the city
council iny council diiecte me to fur
ward lhal communication to you.
ISgd | ALEX. i'HII.ll', C.M.C,
The si-pill to the above cormspMnd-
■ ii.'" and Ihe agreement emlxxlisd in
Ihe Act ol Parliament iaoorperalinar
tbe cily, ims lieen lully Set lorlh in
the history ol II. L. H66 and 867 pub-
liilnd in Ibe Express on Miy I2lh
last wherein we find that notwithstanding Ihe solemn obligations *al*pn
Paine & McMillan
The Hardware Specialist* Phone 12
First Street and Lonsdale Avenue
McMillan's for money savers
A FEW OF OUB PRICES-COMPAItE THEM WITH ANY.
Sural, granulated, 18 lb. sack ...11.00
Ton, McMillan's 3 lb. lor  fl.OO
Baking Powder, Colotlyke Brand-
lull 16 o«. Iin 16c.
Coffee—whole roost and Iroahly
ground, per Ib t....26e.
Hum, fancy sugar cured per lb.,..90s
Cumiul liml... delicious ('alilorna
Pears, Peaches, Apricots und
ilaiplit'iries, per tin     10e.
l'ickles, fine English ptcklra, per
bottle  ...S6e.
Hutler, fia-i.li made, New Zcalund
3 lbs .»!»
j. a. & m. McMillan
 Phone 20	
Hot Points
Wu shall be Kleri to show yon
the njii modal.
A most imports nl ItaiuK is
tin: price.
Two years' guaunlie
Wc stand by every Hot I'uinl
solil by lib
B.C. Kleetric Rail way Co.
UMrru
^'■MWi 50 LONSDALE AV^UE
m. Witt lirti
llie cily and ipeoifically ail forth in
tlie agreement ill t... I - ■-■■in Idler wus
aildri'ssid In tin Minisler ol lands ul
Victoria i
Dislrict 1.011 -Vi and 867
Sir,—I have the" lion ir to send you
herewith u copy ol resolution ol my
id,mini regard ng thine lands. Ily ac-
cestUng lo llieir i. ,.,. i ihe govern-
mi'iii will enable ihe council lo con-
'lai'laj urraiigeminla f.,i Ihe immiilialvJ
exU'iision ol Ihe lliilnwiiy to give ac-
cuss to Ihe Lynn Valley i.nd ils tim-
l»r and mines.     There is now a lar/ia
Ire uskiil lu lr..nifcr ibe saiii
lu purchase Ihe .aid District
o llie said  Railway •'». a"   id
ment
riia.ru
Iota
ingly.
Extruded by
(Hud.)   AI EX
PHILIP, ('.Mf.
In the Until |iiii,i-iii|li nf Mr. Phil
ip'a Idler he alalia lhal ih.re bu
I ."a ,t dueidid variance uf oirinimias
tn the iisifiiliiis. uf Ihe lake al a IS
si null • 11 would hs iiita-ruaiing tu
hear Irom Mr Philip lurther oa tfai.
ipicMiuii. Eur the iiila.iin,.iia.ii ail ibt
rnlcpnvel. I muy m.niinn    llial     ll»
and gruwing population "' ''"    Vul | |uke is only a short disianoj (rum Um
ley In blf aerveil ani they are iilmoal  gml ,,| iha   prcavnt |ri|ie line, ils alti-
entirely dopnuknl  nn the liinilicr   in- [ I ml.- will   (five a   priaaure  4 T,6 Uw
ilustry. '"" 'he sapmre inch, must valuatsle fc>r
I have Ihe honor to be sir, lire and serving Ihe high rb-inliunaol
Ynur i.li-dn-i.i   servaiil, lln nlv ..nil muniripality, lis « ip.i'it
(Sg.1.)  ALEX. PHILIP, '.Mf.    is upiul In about 77 million galbiw,
Copy ol Enclosure I" «"> '•• dr»iMd ,nd fi,l"i »* P&
Excerpt Irom minulcs 4 lln CoUnol W|o» '" "** PP ,h« lf« ''"«*.
ol Iho Districl ol Norlh Vuncouv.r res|K»tively, and ils locatbas is al
|„dd nn tlie 23rd day ol April, PJOM. | preeael free from pidinlvm. I mi)
iirtw aba.  The rocve gave report   oljlMrther mention ibat the dry wealhe.
,/iti-ivi.-w had hy him mul Mr. '!lov-
ur i .-pi i-rd nt in;/ tbe II. C. E. Hy. with
inemliurs ,,f the provincial gov'cnimjnl
regarding oblaiiiin/ Dialrict Lois 866
anil 867 lor the Huilway Company.
It waa unanimously reeolvod ua lol;
biwa, viz. :
Whereas Ihe proviiuiul gnverninriit
ijffered lo sell (o Oris Council the said
How in summer Irom nur present l.ynn
Creek source of supply is nn'y ju.i
capable of matting the ca|*srily 4
a HI inch main and unit— Ike cily
mn secure the luks lur atoraaC purposes, impounding and aeUling reeer
voirs muat of necessity |w ca.nslrurted
at very great coal to ihe ratapay rs.
It   requires   no   engineering   esperl
of IM) per acre, ami whi-reus il ia n iw
Ilic desire of this Cuuiicij in the avail
ol Ihe II. C. Electric By. Co. under
taking bat hup li i. a build end o|wrate
their tramway lines Irom lOlb street
out Ui ths weet boundary ol these di
trict lots (bat the government trans
(er the council's rigbt ol purchase o'
said lands to the said (!ompsnyon
the understanding that I he said lunda
In need in pari f0r public perk and
ataraaing me soieiun wayafa. rm, | mmaUm pur|iosa-s. Therefore, be il
ed  into by'the district council   widb [resolved  (hat Uie  provincial  govern-
otlcred lo sell lo una < nuneii»»"»~    ■-   —,    --   — »   —r-
Dislrict (Ma 866 and H67 lor (he price knowledge lo docide whether Bi«Lau
ia adaplnble lor a reservoir. Ils location, proximity, natural basin and al
tilude are ideal, .___—
I Irual that Ihe recital 4 ibeabnvi
bare realities in simple form will   or
elite llie .ili/mi lo form a jiut ,| m
cation how ihe rigfcle and privilagai
cunnisliai wilb th* lily's water tydaw
and siifcguaidaoj by ihs Act' ol Pa.lia
ment 4 ihe City's Incorporatieei have
been seriously prejudiced.
Yours laithlully,
A. 4. Ht.HW.USDh.

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