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VOLUME 18
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Meeting of School TrwfoM
Tht i
Antral i
I last month.
pal,
achool trustees hold their regular
iting pp Tuesday evening in the
s^bpol. Nr, A. Q. Ferry preiid-
After the approval pf tlio minutes
chairman uttered a small plea for
exorcising' pf certain minor ecou-
in  couiiiic.tiiiii with ichool sup-
fifijjowing this was a report
JhP clorVof tbe works op tbe coil:
Ainn of thl Jtidgoway school, ililting that, ilosiHtji tbe loss of tpv-
| days through incleiufiit weather,
Uisfaetory progress was beiiig-«i|de.
Ml'he mooting was also presented with
e city school returns which enumer-
fed tbo number pf children now standing tho city schools as 582, comprii-
Jg itt boys and 316 girls. These fig-
rei constitute an increase over those
Mr. Bennett, the prin-
poiutod out that thu teachers
I were now within an ace of having AO
pupils each to control. At tbis juet-
turc, Mr- Fugler, tbo city building inspector, addressed the trustees on tho
lately much-discussed question of lire
protection, prefacing his remarks with
S stal i.'iiienl to tho ell'e.l that be would
not personally bo timorous about sending children of his own to lhat school
under the oxisting conditions. But
bo recommended in the interests of further protection tbat an outsido emergency stairway bo constructed ,and
that the coiling over the furnace be
covered with asbestos. Mr. Fugler
also mado complimentary comments on
tho expeditious manner in which the
ichool was emptied wheu Mayor McNeish, iu his company, sounded tbo Are
gong, and congratulated Mr. Bennett on
tbe principle and discipline displayed.
It was deciili'il that the coiling above
the furnace bo covered, as recommended, witb asbstos, aud that the secoud
recommendation be deferred for consideration.
Mr. Ferry pointed out that a Arc
would havo to got terrible bcadwey before it would jeopardise tho building.
Be also mentionod that the school had
been built in pieces. If it had been
arectuil all at ono time such arrange
imiit-. as woro now recommended would
doubtless bavo been iucluded.
A handsomely printed photogravure
of the royal family, forwarded from
the educational department, wus band
ed ovor to Mr Campbell, the secretary,
to bo suitably framed.
A batch of parents petitioned by lot
ter for lbc rewinding of tbo uew lunch
hour arraugcmeiiti. Tho nuon intcrmis
sion at tho requeit of tbo parent! lm.
been extended to 76 minutei. A ro
quest now came in for the renewal of
the old intermission of one hour. Tbe
trustees decided to defor settlement of
the problem in order to And out what
wai really the concensus of opinion In
tbis respect.
- Mrt. D. Evans of Mahon snil 4th will
recelvp next Monday apd every second
Monday of every subsequent month.
PALAOE HOCIAIj CLUB banquet
Tbe Falace Social Club, composed of
guests of tbe Palace hotel, evidently
believe it is impossible to havo too
much of a good thing, because on Hallowe'en tbey bad anothor of their
•plcndid banquets at tboir hotel home.
From eight in tbe ovening until Ibe
midnight chimes heralded another day,
tbe forty odd club members and friends
feasted on tho elaborate menu set before them by Holt Keda and the excellent program of toasts, instrumental
and vocal music, recitations aud read
ipgs contributed by different members.
Tbe program covered a wide range from
S selection from "Id.hard III." by
Prosident Frank Forsytb, to tbat popular soug, "A rolling stone gather! no
lice ah," sung by Harry Carpenter.
1'robably the most pleasing incident
of the whole ovening was the (nasi lo
tbe Hinders and fathers is distant
homes. As the strain! of "the Old
Folks at Home" was being played by
Mi Joe Thorpe the assembly at ono
man sang tho words of that grand old
tune, and many dimmed oyes and shak
ing voices showed that tho toast was
from tbe hearts of tbeso wandering
boys. It wai regretted that Mr. John
Duval wai not present to respond lo
tho tout to "The King and Kmpire"
aad in hii itesd Mr. Fred Knox sbly
scknowledgod tbe demonstration of loyalty. Moiiri. Frank Forsytb, K. Mc-
Dpugall, Wm. Forriiter, Bert Squires,
Ralph Dikln, Bob MacUcblan, Bert
Taeveni, Colonel Telford ssd Harry Car
peeler reipondod to toasts snd other-
wise contributed to tbe program.
Mr. H. V. Baker, of T. 0. Hplt to
Co. Ltd., has received bit appointment
at notary public for tho provincial gov-
ornpient.
Mcisrs. Inkster snd Word of Vuncuuver, are preparing plans for the suhdi
vitiun of block 802 ih district lot 646 in
tbit city. Tbp block will bo divided ip
to forty 33-foot lots.
The npplicqliou mado by this city to
t.hp wafer commissioners, ut New West
minster for a water record on Lynn
Crook met with np objection, and tbe
documonts with reference thereto will
be forwarded to tbo chief water coin
missionor at Victoria. Tbo record will
doubtless bo issued iu dun'course.
The transfer ring of the B. C. E. II.
tracks from one side of First streot to
tbo other between Bt. Patrkk's ami Bt.
David's on Wednesday involved tho
transferring of passengers also for nearly a whole block. The contractors bave
completed tho excavations ou the north
side and arc commencing work upon
tho other half in that block.
The union meetings of the Baptist,
Methodist and I'resliyturian churches
are in Bt. Andrew's church this week.
The service this evening ia at H.o'clock.
Mr. s.-lilicier will preside. Mr. Pros-
sor will direct in prnyer nmi Mr. Mac-
Icod will give the address. Next Monday evening these services will be continued in tho Methodist church.
The annual general meeting of the
North < Vancouver Liberal Association
took place iu the Bt. Andrew's and
Cnludouian reading room on Tuesday
night. The following officers were
elected for the ensuing year: President, Mr. Archibald McAllister; vice-
president, Mr. M. B. .M.uiin.im; sec
rotary-treasurer, Mr. T. ti. Brown; cue
cutivc, Messrs. 0. Bhoemuker, J.' McEwen, A. Pbilip, J. D. Frascr W. L.
Boult, W. Moir, 0. J. Phillipo, K. J.
Fowler, W. J. Dick ami W. C, (Ireen.
In regard lo the city's water record
lif 3U0 inches on Lynn Creek which was
purchased from tbe diitrict at the time
of the city's incorporation, it is die-
overed that Hie record was originally
granted to the district by the Moodyville Flume tit. whole record was one
of 2500 Inches, and was conveyed to
the district prior right lo 800 iuches.
Now that tbis record is the city's property, tbe city bat naturally the Ant
right to the waters of Lynn Creek and
as at extreme low water there are only
about 100 inches in tbe creek, tho city
can bo aaid to monopolize the creek at
times when water is most scarce
Diitrict Council in Session
BIBTH
On Nov. 7, lo Mr. and Mn. M.
McDairmid, of Bidgeway and Uth
itreet, a daughtor.
Tbii morning St tbs (ity bill a
Swede named Olien wUitopad guilty
of drunkenness During bit period pf
revelry bs bsd entered s home on iti
itreet occupied by S Isdy to whom bs
WSS quite • stranger. When questioned on thii advaslure, ba could sot re-
j- enU anything about it. He wsa Ised
,|ft ta.tsitt n I assart's Mprlm-
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BUILDING PEBM1T8
430—Dr. Tbomion, lot 7, block 238,
sub. 645, lltb itreet, to build a residence.
431—Norlh Vancouver Cartage Co.,
lot 4, block 133, tub. 374, 4th street, to
build a shop.
43!—Irene 11. Nicolson, lot ii, block
50, district lol til), lHI. itrcc, to build
s residence. ,'
433—James A. McUswon, lot C, block'
38, rcsnbdivision -"">4s. Jones avenue and
liih, lo build a residence.'    •
430—J. W. I'ciii on. lol "). block Ml
sub. 547, Bcwicke avenue, to build a
dwelling.
hill Mrs. (I. Christopher, lot 8, block
Hi, district' lot 646, 26th street, to
build a residence.
437—P. A. Aikew, lot 83, block 4a,
snls. 648, Kith itreet west, to build a
dwelling.
4BTIEBMBNT OF BUFFALO BILL
Col. W. F. ('ody, "Buffalo Bill" re
tired from public life rccontly. Hii
show was packed of to winter quarters
and bli Indians were tent to thoir te
pees. Buffalo Bill istendi to spend bis
remaining years in tbe weit, wbere be
helped to mske Amcricsn hiitory. Bo
far ss public exbibitiont sre concerned be bas shot tbe ashes from bli last
cigar and chased the list Indian.
During a career which began as a,
pony express rider, snd led bin
through more varied life tbtn tbe tver
sge msn, Col. Cody bat became kpown
ai one of the moit picturesque figures
of American life. The sobriquet, Buf
tale Bill, be esraed in tbe early Wt
when bs contracted to furnlih buffalo
nest to the Isborcn os tbt building of
tbs Kssssi Pscific rsilwsy, ud is
lsst Uss 11 its* ft Mlltd 4,2*0
Mas*.
The clerk's head Was pply jutt visible above tbo heap of enmauondenct
which awaitesl the cuusiderutinn of the
district council at their regular meeting. Tbe majority of the letters were
rapidly dealt with,"their contents for
the most part being matters for deliberation of various committees.
Mr Sidney  A11 mini sought to rem in.I
the council of a resolutiou paised by
tho Ratepayers' Asiciation of Ward
IV. six monthi ago, requesting a sldo-
walk on Centre road, soulh from  the
Boes road.   "Of course," wrote   thu
petitioner, sarcastically, "there is no
particular reason why my wifo should
eiiiiimiinicuti' with the outer world during tbe winter months, and my boys
will doubtless bo able to get to school
occasionally as in tbe past.   As to myself I am a powerful swimmer.'   The
consideration of tbis facetious missive
wus handed over to the hoard of works.
Bailey Bros. Co. Ltd. of Vancouver,
wroto asking tliBt now that Keith road
bylaw was carried, the council should
push Iho work through as quickly as
possible.   "Would   it   not   lie a good
plan,"  he  submitted,  "tu  havo Ihis
road oilesl while 'the macadam is being
laid—iu fact, wc understand it is being
put in in place of water when the to|
coat is being laid. "This would    save
tho cos! of the oil on two years' upkeep as an oil mixeil with u macadam
road requires practically uo ultention
for years.   The questiun was referred
to the incoming council.
The North Lonssialc Kntcpuycrs Association called iitteiition to the unnecessary delay in tbe local improvement
contracts and in tbo macadamizing of
the streets.    The association  hogged
that immediate steps to have the work
expedi|ed before tho weather made uu
flnisbed  streets absolutely  impassable.
The letter was passed on lo Ibo board
of works.
The Alberta   Financial   Corporation
Ltd. of Vancouver wroto informingtbo
council Hint "our Mr. Bigler was own
or uf the west half of block I:', district
lot .'"■"•, ami was having his properly
Icarcd iu order to build bouses.   The
oiiipany liked that In iu|. is road  be
opened and continued east to Hoskins
road so that Mr. Bigler might get iu
supplies for building.   The matter was
referred to the engineer for u report.
A requust from Mr. A. B. Fletcher
for a sidewalk on the corner of Church
and Lynn Vulley road where his store
is  located,  was  humid  over  to  the
board of works.   The same course was
applied to a petition from three property owners who desired that the road
to tbe south of district lots 10601061
and 106:.' should be opened from Gordon
road to Mothers road.
On tbe reading of a letter from Mr.
II. Iibn kiuider. wbo asked for a sidewalk on the north ride of Sussex street
North Lonsdale. Coun. Allan admitted
that many pcrsous were suffering al
tho present moment in consequence of
tbe snow, that the board of works was
prosecuting  the  matter  of  sidewalks
with all the speed possible.
The Lynn Valley Batcpayers' Also-
iatiou recommended sidewalks on Con-
re mad south of Boss for a short distance, alio on Centre road from Lynn
Valley road uorth to Dcinpsey road,
| nl-.. that tho walk on Frederick road
be continued to tbe car line, also tbat
walk be placed on Peter road ami
ll.i-l.ios road south; all of which recommendations  were  referred  to  the
board of works.
Coun. Bridguiuii then move.I lhal the
council meet a delegation in open council at ti p.m. on Tburiday, Hiili November, to give the delegation their snswer
iu respect lo forming u new west end
municipality.   Tbi* motion being car
rid, the clerk was authorised to purchase a suitable clock for tbe ball.
Coun. Loutet called attention to the
month's accounts of Ihe  Norlb  Vaueouver general hospital     Aid. Smith
and himself had gone over these   accounts and while the. statement was not
complele. he was, nevertheless, in a position to sny that when all sums wire
paid in and all paid oul, there was a
debit balance of 131)0.   Enlarging upon
the difficulty "' collecting tbe money
Coun, Loutet said it   was a   mystery
how the hospital had been carried on
in Ihe past under such . .....i.i......  He
instanced the case of a man whose
bill had amounted lo (67. Wben sent
in to Ibe employers of the man they
refused to settle, but referred it to tho
imurancc people. Tbey were then told
that tbe insurance people bad settled
witb tho man himself. Thus bsd mat
ten itood for ih.e put two yssri. It
wis s lerioui condition of things. Tht
reeve pointed out thst it seemed to
him it wss l question for the consideration of tbe city council.
Coun, J,outet, however, municipalised
tbe matter by referring io another patient emssstiug from Lynn Valley wbo
bsd bass rendered totally Wlsd" by s
Wailing secldsst.  Sp tar so money
had beep collected. Ou the motion of
(.pan. Allan ti)* problem wai left in
Coun, Loutet's band! to ho token up
With the diitrict solicitors.
8PBOIAL NOTICE
Sunday, Nov. 18tb, bdipg the lust day
of the Methodist Sunday, ichool's
"red" and "blue" contest, the captain   and   lieutenants   of   the   "blue"
i.i le would be pleased to see every
holder of a "blue" coupon or button
present.
Any person not connected witli any
Sunday school is cordially invited to
attend the locul Methodist servicci-piul
i lie i den I a 11V    to   joill    Ihe   "IllUc"   sillO.
Holders of "blue" coupuns .an at-
change same for buttons at west end of
library desk in Sunday school room.
WBBT VANCOUVEB NEWS
(Express special correspondent)  ..
The wharf at Hoilyburu is ucuring
completion ami it is' a great improvement, landing of passengers for several
months having been most difficult and
a number of people have fallen inth tbe
water.
Llgbtfoot, the pet fawn in the tennis
enclosure near tbe wbarf, now hus company, some boys having captured another one on  Monday.
The body of James Shaw, who was
drowned in tbo'bay ou Oct. 211th, cuinc
ashore at Irwin Park Saturday afternoon and was conveyed to Hurron Bros.
Vancouver. The funeral took place on
Monday.
Mrs. Hobt. Curtice of New Westminster is visiting her sisters, the Misses
Stevenson at their cottage, Dumlnrave.
The Misses Stevenson recently returned from u year's slay in Scutloinl.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Iliiruian of Dun-
,|ai.is. announce the birth of a suu,
November 3rd.
A most successful meeting of Ibe
West Vancouver ratepayers wus held on
Tuesday last in the Board of Trade
rooms, Vancouver. Much interest und
ini Ins. ui. in was displayed. A meeting
will be held on November Uth at the
same place ami nil rutepayers west of
the Capilano are urged to attend.
Schoolboys Pleat* Note
A schoolboy (sufficiently grown tq
fVnow better) broke thp PJWFi-ten laws
of snowballing on Wednesday, by hurling at Mr. C. Sbsnnon, of thp lqps|
lire department, a snowball consisting
partly of solid stone. Mr- Shannon
seeing tbat be wu the chosen victim
of that seasonable form of attack
whicii has to lie good humuredly
tolerated, arranged Ilis umbrella ai a
shield. The "snow"ball, however,
crashed through it and struck him
amartly in tbe face. Ho had to be
treated immediately by Dr. Thompson,
who discovered a scratch on Ibe eyeball which is giving Mr. Slianuon groat
pain. The chief of police is migbtly
desirous, if possible, of making an
example of this careless youngster wbo
failed to. observe the difference between a legitimate snowball and a
wcll'Wrappcil-up hulf brick.
FOB SALE-Tbreo 511-foot lott on
typoen itreet, five minutei' talk from
Lonsdalo.  Termt. Apply »,, Expreti
Office.
FOB 8ALE-
st the Uroito.
-Fresh muthrooms daily
3-12
LYNN VALLEY NOTES
.Mr. Thomas is building un addition
to bis home.
A Chinese laundry Ims opened on lb
icreourl road.
BORN—Spy. 7th, to Mr. and Mn
11. T. Parry, p daughter.
Mr. J. C. Lee is building a resilience
on Centre and Dempacy road.
Mr. B. .Minimi reports several gnod
sales of real estate last  week.
Mi C. T. Smith ia building a house
for Mr. u  W. Hossack on Centre road
Mr. ind Mrs. Hsiwell have moved in
lo tbeir new resilience ou Frederick
rosd.
On Friday last Mr. II. Adams was
followed by a bear for a sljort distance
ou  I'elir road.
Mr. II. W. Young is building a four
roomed modern bungalow on Dorun
road for Mr. F. B. II. in a. of Nortb
Voncouver.
The along wall surmounted by a short
Iron fence recently built for Mr.
Fromme is very attractive and adds
greatly to the appearance of his pro
perty.
On Wdiicsiluy eight inches of snow
fell, the nil storm of the season, ami
the worst rcpurlol for many years iu
the month of November.
Mr. J S. Wear intimated lo nn Ex
press representative that arrangements
are being made for the building of a
Methodist church in Lynn Valley.
Bev. A. J. Prosier is organizing a
Baptist denoinn aims ip the Valley mul
il is expected a building tu that tpd
will be erected shortly.
Ou Thursday next in Knox church
the Indies' Aid of the I'resbytcriiu
church ure giving another of i scries
of free socials arranged for the winter
is,"mi and Ihey extend a hearty in
vital iuu lo all Lynn Valley residents
especially new comers. No charge and
no collection. The program wili bp
provided by lbc staff of "The Express", l-ighl refresbmenti wili be
lerved.
A Japanese cook named Taira wai
tbii week before Ihe magistrate at Ihe
Lynn Valley municipal hall, charged
with attempting lo commit isicide by
•booting himself in tbt stckVitb a
revolver. Tbe scouted wu bound over
lo keep tbe peace for s period of three
months, tho Jspsnoap society pf Vancouver furnishing the SMsatary bosd.
Tbe attempted tuicide took place at
Cspilano st Ibt tad sf September jsit
sod the defesdast wai taken |o the
North Vincouver general botpitsl
wbsrt bs bsd bean detained npiil last
wesk- ^m\\\
NOBTH LON8DALB
The Nortli Lonsdale Prosbyteriau
church is steadily growing. At the preparatory service last Wednesday night
twenty new members were added to the
communion roll of the congregation,
while several others are expected to
join before Sunday next,
On Sunday afternoon at 3,30 o'clock
the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper
will be celebrated, led by Bev. Bouohl
Macleod, of St. Andrew's church of this
city, who is the moderator of tbe session of the Lonsilule church.
The ii'ision have presented the congregation with a handsome truy of the
individual  communion service type.
Tbe Ladies' Aid met yesterday after
noon and decided to hold uu ut home
on  the afternoon  of 'Thursday,  Nov.
Hrd, for tbe ladies of the congregation
and Ibeir fricuds.
FOB BALK-Two. M", Vloek and a
half weit of Lonidale Pn 22nd itreet,
$750 fpr both. Termi. Apply owner, 48
I.unsdslo Avenuo.   . 2011
} : , II
FOB BENT
BOOMS FOB KENT- Housekeeping.
218 2nd Street eait.
BOOMS TO LET-With or without
board. Apply Mini Burton, 133-4th
atroet weit. t.f.
TO HENT-Furnishcd small house,
18th streut west. Apply Mr. Higgin-
bothain. cor. 17th and Mahon.     13-11
Board and room for two gentlemen,
(6.60 per weok. Apply A. R. Fulton,
Furnituro Co.,   Esplanade  west.   7-10
TO BENT—Nice ll -roomed list. Apply Lonsdale Supply Stores, llll Lonidale Avenue. t.f.
Furnished rooms, single and twp
double witb sieve, good and warm,
suitable for three or four friends 16lf
East 3rd street. 1012
Express Classified Ads.
EDUCATIONAL
B. M. Richmond, leu slier of violin,
1417 Jones Avenue. 17-11
Mias Ij. II. Bertram of Vuncouver,
mm her of pianu and singing. Lesions
given iu Nortb Vancouver. Terms 88
per month Beginners u specialty,
Apply Express Office, Box A3.     10-11
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUND—One  fishing  dory.   W.   C.
Thompson,  Hollyburn  P. 0. 1 12
TO LET—Furnished room. Apply
260 Second street west. Entrance temporary  off Third stroet. 1011
TO BENT—Choice modern luitcs un
3rd street. Apply Alex. Smith k Co.,
North Vancouvor. t.f.
TO BENT—Two unfuruishod roomt
in modern bouse, lioscobel apartments
suite 3, cor. 8th and Chesterfield. 10-11
FOR RENT-Boomi with or without board. Apply 436—2nd street E.
One minute from car. 17-11
FOR RENT—Five-roomed buugalpw,
modern, 8tb streot east, near Victoria
Purk. John Dierssen, Colonial Apartment House, Mh atrcet, phono 210. If
MISCELLANEOUS
.1. Loutet snd Nortb Lonadala
Get it at Lonidale Pharmacy Phone 32
Good young stock Hull, corner 18tb
slrect aud Mahon  Avo. 14-11
Agreements fur Sale discounted.
Money wait in);, Lonsdalo Bealty Co.,
635 Lou-.lab- Avenue. I'buno 317.   t.f.
Don't buy your dolls before the groat
doll sale, Nov. 28tb, St. Jobn Parish
Hall. 10-|1
LOST-Black und while "husky"
dog. Return to T. ti. Tcniiant, corner
Nye aud Chesterfield.     Reward. 14-11
LOST or STOLEN-Pointer Bitch.
Seen last night at 6 o'clock at North
Vancouver Hotel; answers to the name
of "Beauty"; color while and chocolate. Return to 42 Lonsdale Ave. and
receive reward. 1011
FOB BALE
FOR SALE -Fresh
at the (irolto.
mushrooms daily
3-12
FOR SALE-Fine collie dog, 18
imu,ih- old. Owner leaving for England.   Apply Handle Kitchen.     1411
North Vancouver Fisb and Produce
Co. Fresh and smoked Fish a specialty.
131 Flnt itreet woit. 84-11
M. 11. Ruyment for tint class dress-
making. Second house, 8tb itreet E.,
adjoining west of Boulevard and car
line. tf
The City Dye Worka, on cornel Eiplanade East and Lonsdalo are enabled
by virtue of tbeir large plant in thp
city to not ouly clean the cloth but
the liniug, pockcti, etc. of every tuit
tbey dry clean at lbc samo moderate
prices tbey have always cbsrgod. t.f.
FOR SALE—Fine lut of young bens
just starting to lay. Fish Market. 1st
street wcsl, clly. 10 11
Tbe Truth itudenti clui'will meet
every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at
the residence of Mrs. Qallagher, Keith
road, near Ridgoway. Students desiring higher spiritual unfoldnieut aro
cordially invited to attend. If
FOR SALE-A (mull refrigerator.
Enquire Hammond's Bowling Alley,
I.ssii .i.ii.   Avenue. 14 II
FOR SALE »First gruwlh dry wood
for ft mi per cord. I fl. 0. #cDsde,
l'hono 82. t.f.
Ml'Sll ROOMS
Orollo.
ii. li  daily   at
Hi.
312
FOR SALE Real estate office with
lire and life insurance agencies. Two
years' lease and fixtures, fitting* etc.
for Mile     no  gOOll   Will     SCC .laine     Mi
llwaine, Really and Business Exchange,
38 Lonsdale Avenue. Ll)
Five roomed cutttge aod cleared lut
88x298 in Lynn Valley few yards frum
carline. 81700. Terms. Palmer (late
Ward) Iturinesler and von Oracvcnitz,
467 Lonsdale Avenue. Pbunc 71.     t.f.
FOB SALE Tbe Handle Kitihen
fixtures and slock at valuation. Splendid going concern doing 82,000 trade
monthly. Must be told snd it s map
to anyone with tbe fish to bssdle il.
Jsmei Mcllwsine, Bealty and Business
Escbapgt, 36 Lonidale Ave.        Ill
Four roomed bungalow, new, bath,
toilet, furnscc, lot cleared md fencsd,
lltM. 1600 cash, bslsnce srrsuged.
Palmer (Isle Ward) Burratster sad von
Orsssenlti, 4»7 Lonidsle Avenue,
71. ll
H. ti. Livery and Board stables
Light rigs and ladies' saddle burses
for hire. Stabling for hones ' Oen-
oral delivery and heavy teaming. II.
Dumas, 41b itreet wcsl. Phono 347 If.
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Sower conncclioni done by expert
pipe layers. Work guaranteed lu pan
city engineer's office inspection, Only
lirst class Scotch pipe and prime Port-
laud cement used. Estimates furnish-
cd. Apply K. H. Paykull st office of
North Vancouver (.'onl and Supply Co.,
Lid. I 12
WANTED
Expert accountant! desires buokkocp-
ing, work evenings. Nortb Shore only
Apply Box k», Exprcii Office. 10-11
WANTED- Drcssmsking, style ssd
fit guaranted. Mrs. Bowci, "Boscobsl"
8tb itrtct and Chesterfield Ave. 1411
WANTED—A good general servant.
Apply, Mrt. Oould, fJrtwford Bosd,
Lynn Valley, between 0 im, ssd noon.
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WANTEP-Tendsrs for clearing
ssd grading lot t, block 18,, district
lot 781.   0. Hughss, P. 0. Box 24»tJ.
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Wt ipselsUie ip Uptfh Vsscosvej
property ssd wisb tp list propsrties
direct frtss twtta. SCANDIA INVESTMENT., 00, 816% Cetittp
Strut wttt. W-ll Extensive Additions to
our Plant, place us in
position to execute any
and all kinds of printing
at reasonable prices and
promptly. Phone your
next order to Eight-Oh.
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NORTH SHORE PRESS, LIMITED,
FJMT STREET, NORTH VANCOUVER
#p» iptoof'M whole ||t» Hi Attftwi
It a.Mswt'PSltr, born audibrod,- She
PABMBBfl TO BBflOUB OF 0Trl
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(From par pwu corraipondtnt)
sfopt'rpsl, Nov.—A pioverpept thst
msy Pltirpaltly mn\t to tl»i> laving
pf may million* pf dullars tp copauuiors
in the big cities and in a complete ro-
wulutinn pf thp rpptbpdt pt hapdllng
must kinds pf produco was started
very u,uieiljr hers tbit wook whin a
delegation representing several furm-
pn, after several weeks spent Ip'preliminary arrangements established
headquarters here far telling tbeir
output direct to retiil shopkeepers,
eliminating the wholesaler, jobber and
commission man in disposing of their
products. While the enterprise li being started on a imall scale, applications
bave been received from over a thous-
nml retail dealen who dealie lo offer
their customers tht advantage of pro-
duet fresh from thl farm at rates no
higher tbap they have beon paying
for thi output of cold itorsge establishments. On- tbt other hand the
farmers engaged in thii co-operative
movement will receive better prices
tbsa st present when it it claimed that
siiity to seventy-five ptr cent, of tbe
rttsil price of most farm producti goes
to tbe various middlemen snd only
twenty live to forty per cent, to the
originsl producer. Tbe farmers pre
backing tbeir uew enterpriie with t
fund of 8100,000 and announce tbat
they slaud resdy to provide teversl
times tbii amount if tbey liud it necei
airy. Frpiti, vegetables), butter, eggi
snd poultry are Ihe chief staples tbat
pre to be bandied. The eiperiment
ii being watched with great lntereit
by the consuming public' which seei In
it the possibility of relief from continues! bondage to high prices and of
escape from the clutches of the cold
storage combination. If the plan ii
successful it undoubtedly will result in
tbe establishment by associations of
farmers of similar distributing plants
in all the big cities of the country.
FIBEMAN BEOOMB OHAVFFBUBS,
A new automobile school was opened
here Ihis week. Its pupils and those
on ils waiting list number fivo lum.lid
and they arc all members of the city
lire department. Tbey are being train
dl to up ei ni e the motor fire engines aud
high pressure hose wagons tbat arc
being introduced to replace the old
lie,In,in. -I hoi... ,nav, is lire apparatus
as rapidly as the inaiinfai-lurers can
turn them uul. Ily the tpd of the year
If is txpicttd lhat 50 of those lire
motors will be in service and each one
will require three drivers working in
eight hilur shifts. There are possibiii
tics of risk and oiciterncnt in driving
an automobile fire engine through
Montreal crowded streets such us few
other occupations can offer, and Ibe
application list fur position in this
branch of the ilapsrtminl 's work is
iltcady full to overflowing.
A BBOOBD THEFT
The record of Ihe thief who actually
succee.leil in stealing the big three
hundred pound dock from the Fifth
Avenue Hotel in broad daylight as
well as the equally remarkable feat
of the suspect who relieved a police
station of ils stove in which a fire was
burning al the lime must now take a
back teat. Both of these event! are
matter of record, but neither of ihem
can compare witb the handiwork of
four Italians whu bave just been ar-
reeled for stealing a three atoroy frame
houie. To get away with a structure
of this size wouhl stem lo be a monumental undertaking, but that it has
been done ii attested by lbc owner who
on returning to it Ihil week afler a
summer's absence found to bii uuia/e
ment nothing but the foundation. Unlike the clock and tbe stove, however,
the bouse wus not carried away bodily,
but bit by bit during tbe owner's
absence. Even tbe furnace was gone
though huw the wbolc affair was carried
through is a mailer of mystery. What
ever the fate of the thieves may be,
Ihe owner is not likely to recover much
of bis house tfnt't parti of il bave beeu
disposed of all over the city. At any
rale this Ibeft is likely to stand as a
Unique record much lunger than did its
two queer predecessors.
A HEALTHFUL OITY
T|ial Montreal li really a health
and old age resort, in spile of the
generally prevailing idea tbat the rush
of iti every day life, IU noiiei, dirt
and I'jpi-iisHcne-s tend to ipducc short
life, is Ibe interesting discovery made
tbii week by the compilation of a
census of its long lived eili/ens. Ac
cording, to these figurei no less thin
fifty-two perioni have died,here'ilnci
January!, 1909. at an age riceeding
tbe biblical limit of IbrWuort and ten
by at least thirty yean. Of these fifty-
two passed the age of one hundred, tbt
oldest lived during three centuries,
dying al the age of 117 ip April pf
tbii year, while ap age of II! was
enough to take second plsce. Tbt
oldsters teem lo be hanging on well
Ibii yesr for while twenty-nine of
them died lsst yeir, only pipe of tbem
bavs bseo shuffled off tblt yell pp to
date,   furiously tnough only em pit-
tot ago of )08
m Happy OrilHng who rosehtd
fff9 fBBOSOPJROAJs SQPWTT
Tbp Tbaotophical Society meets ip
North Vancouver in Boom 18, ^Aberdeen
Block (over tbs post offioo) every Wednesday ovoiijng pt 8 o'clock Attendance it entirely free pud carries uo
obligation! whatever. You art invited.
Theosopbical study and questions,    if
N.V.WOODYARD
10,000 cordi of dry fir wood for quick
sale. Price per odd cordi, $4.50.
Specitl quotation! fpr larger quan-
liliei. Cut Wood, 16 inches, $3.25.
12 inches, ty 50.   C. 0. D.
Office and VariJ— Mlb and Lopidilt
Phon. 190.    P.O. Bos2432.
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OABH PBIOBB BATOBDAY pt tba
UF-TO DATE OBOOEBY,  35fi to I
VltH Htm ttst.  Phont Uu,
B. C. Sugsr, 16 Ib. sack for ....11.10
Witb 8 |b. of our Famed "Msy-
pole" Golden Tip" Tea
st  .40o per lb.
St.  Charles  Cream,   10c  ptr tip
(Urge tint)
Veu, Oorn snd Tomatoes, S liul for ..'Tic
(new ttason pack)
Eggl, strictly fresh, 3 doits for $1.00
Maypole Butter 3 lb." for (1.00
Bice, Fineil Japan  6 Ib for 86c
Oranges, tweet and juicy, 30c per doi
Fresh ground Coffee, 85cperl Ib. tin
"Ths roads srs uow m good ordsr.
Oomi in ypur thouiiudi sod avoid tba
crush."
tf 8. BITOHIE.
VIR as VIA"
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Owing la larger warehouse ftf^ommodft-
lion, we are now in a position to cvry a
larger and more complete tjoclf of fliese
goods «nd to supply our customer! at
Vancouvur price?,
All Orders Pplivered Promptly.
The Brackman-KerMilling Co.,Ltd..
116 ESPLANADE EAST      -      -      \%t>m
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Scientific flificait
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TELEPHONE DOOR?
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Imagine a big store with to few doort that customers line
up for a block waiting for admission. That it precisely
the situation of a house which does not provide adequate
telephone service for itt business and the accommodation
of itt customers-for the telephone is a door to your
business.
It one telephone sufficient? There are about
12,000 telephones in the city and you may be
called from any one of them; or you may be
called by long distance from several thousand
other telephone! throughout the country.
The needt—The growing needt of your business must
determine the number of telephone lines you require,
Your business is hampered by inadequate telephone
facilities. Before the rush comes, you ahould decide
how many lines you need.
B. C.r Telephone Co., Limited
Scotch Clothing House
LIMITED
Cor. Hastings and Abbott Sts.
£TT Our Stock of OILSKINS
^     is the  most complete  in
.   I   Vancouver, every Oilskin
thoroughly waterproof.   We import them direct from Scotland.
GENUINE BANNOCKBURN TWEED
SUITS in all the New Shades.
OVERCOATS and RAINCOATS in
almost endless variety.   Our prices
are right; we serve you right.
Scotch Clothing House, Ltd.
VANCOUVER'S LARGEST CLOTHIERS' Ik
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weekly yon «»» buy 'lie
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fill... 9.1. Ititortfoii com"
jiliilu mind up. Boo tbo
MONARCH M AUG ABLE
BANQB. They lait a
lifetime.
HABOWABE, KITHEN FUBNISHINOB, PAINT8, OILS, Etc.
Prompt ntHvtnr.
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
Phone 88. ^>,
ESPUNADE WEST.
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THE MAN WHO,
GOMES TO LOOK
receives the iame glad welcome here
aa he man who comes to buy, our
primary object at this time being to
acquaint the men of North Vancouver
with the advantage* in quality, service
and price, to be exclusively obtained
at thii store.
We don't expect to sell you goods
before you know us, our goodi and
our buiineil methods, to we invite
you to call; "Snoop around" a bit
and get acqainted.
CUMM1NG
QUALITY CLOTHIER      113 LONSDALE AVF.
Highest Quality Handmade Bread
HOMEMADE  LOAVEB,  PAN LOAVES, FRENCH WAVES, Etc
Delivery to sll parts of   tbt city,
PIES, CAKES, PA8TRY Of AU, KINDS MADE FBESfl DAILY.
Special .-siis ni ilh uni-n all union Irom patroim.
Pioneer Confectionery fcT^jg
A LIMITED NUMBER OF SAFETY DEPOSIT
BOXES FOR RENT.       YOU gjjjg Aa QUICKLY
BY-THE-WAY-
U Your Furniture Insured?
PERCY KING
18 Lontdak Ave.     NOTARY PUBLIC     Phone 157
Sole Agent; Commercial Union Auurance Co.,
Ltd., of London, Eng.   •    Aaseta $111,000,000
NOHTH. VANCOUVER CITY FJflRBlBS. LIMITED
TIME TABLE
TAKING   El'T'iiCT  MAY  FIKST,  1911    '
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WEEK
I/tavs Vancourar (.211 am. and
lAnrealnt svarjr 30 wiriulot until
7.00 p.m. Cotapuodna IM p.m.
tvsry 10 miaulst until 11.ill) p.m-
tinreaktr iill and 1.00 s.u.
SUNDJ
JjtsTt Vanooum 1.10, 8.30 aad
9M ibantltor sssas u wtekdsyt.
I'AS.SKMiK
8iaglt (art te, t lor 3
VBH»CLE
k-UaOrm wsjp*i, Irussi sod
Attyt, lik rtturs.  ,
B-3 horat alprtat csrriairti and
basks, Mo rttiuu.
O-l bona upmi buggi* sad
stttot, loo tatora.
JiraeMiAi tabitot to <*aa» mrnkm,
Compmy ppt llmmt lot fWii^ am
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DAYS
Uevt Nortb Vmcouvar 1.00 an.
apd tWaallsr every 30 n>i»ut*i until 7.00 p.m. ''ommenciiig 7.30 p.
m. tvery 30 misutet Until 11.00 p.
n. Ihereell* Hit tnd ll« a.m.
TB
Jj«av« Nortb Vsocourtr 7.30, 8.00
and t.10, Iherethet nan at wssk-
dsyt.
B BATES '   ,
5c, 30 (<x |1, 70 lor 13.
BATES
ill tbt al.sov. rates include Ariv-
IS- Bslst A and II tubject to 30
ptr cssrt. diacount ia lott ti SO.
trinCHT TABHTT
Par 100 Ibt. tile. te.
Wwimum tm, W*-
^m-
99   fm   rtmfmTfm'
■■'','.•     um   n^ni
— i
Moat, of pt hiive heist) »|ruc|t by tho
uliuiist inviiriiili|ii ton.lmii.-y (if writers
of '(letettivo BtorieB tp leavo unmix
takeulilu i'Iuoh by which tbeir bt-roea
track .lown guilt ami avenge innocence
»S)'ij tlm Toronto Mail anil limpim.
|, .firitics fcavo sgretil'llist JTrpsn * tlio
insist of view pf literature thin is btd
art ami have united in praising tbe oc-
«»»ioual author likcConan Doyle and
Mswice Lelilaue, who b»y enipbanis
on Ibo high Intelligence pf tboir ile-
tuctivut iiiBteail of tbe carelcBBnem sntj
»tu|iiility of tbsir s'riiniiialB. In tbt
light rant liy I'ruf. llehji' '(Manuel ilo
Police Hcicnti(ii|ue," |t wouhl team neceuary for ut to rorlte our ideas on
tliit matter, tnd |o admit that the tllp-
bIioiI writer wbotetriminalt leave duet
on every hand it truer to life tban the
ofestor of "Prof. Moriarty." Prof.
Belli' opinion on tbit point it of
much more va|i)o tbtn tbst of Brander
Matthews and William Archer, since be
ll so expert criminologist ai|i| the only
man in the world wbo lectures on polico
lechuiquo from a cbair in a univer-
tlty. '
Although Prof. Beits warns Ui that
liaroetitrist^^ff^nnnnali vary at
greatly as .lo those- of no)wi''".'ll*t
yet there aro certain general tendencies
which he points out as being extremely
valuable tu the polico when confront-
eil with a crime ami required to track
sluwii its pcrpotrator. Generally speaking then, criminals arc gamblers, uot
in the sense thst they liet on horses
anil love games of chance as that tbey
think of lls.s gum of the minute and
rarely plan for the future. Prof.
BoisB. ilcclnres that because criminals
are gamblers they .Id not even go to
the trouble of planning Iheir crimes
long ifi ml vun.t. Thoy .want lo satisfy
their slcsires on the spot without regur.1
to Hi'1 future. -Most of than are also
i.sinli .is ami Prof. Beiss gives many
instances nf criminals leaving beliiinl
theirs slimming evidence of guilt, not
because Ihey refused to stop lo con
siller  s is]is.i's|ih:ii,'i's.
For Instance, few things can he of
more sorvicoMii a habitual criminal
thun an absence of ilittinguishing
arks that would lciul to hit idcntili
cation. Yet among criniinali nothiug
is more common than a passion for
i.'jiiini■;■ their arms and boilies. N.nii
of tiicni is so stupiil that he docs not
know the irrefutable oviilcnce of finger prints, yet be cannot refrain from
eating anil 'Innking *'bcu be liuiis himself iu the bouse he has enlercil to
rub, aware all the lime that he is leaving greasy linger marks every time he
bundles a plate or a glass. Anulher
almost irrcsislable teuileuey of criminals is lo carry about with them news
upper clippings giving accounts uf their
crimes. So eitrcme is the vanity of
the criminal that when the guillotine
was abolished in Frame a large number of Apaches were genuinely distresses! because Ihey regarded a pub
lie elocution as olhcrx might regard a
funeral in Westminster Albay— a fitting conclusion to tbeir ilii^linguisbcil
careers.
Mr. ileiss dues nut agree with Ihu.c
whu Ilinl nl. nlniiism the chief cause
of crime. He admits that many erimin
alt are alcoholics, but doubts if as a
class they arc more given to excessive
drinking than nun criminals uf a par
iilb'l social grade. He has no |»l ;u
lar theory to account for crime, but
believes that truancy plays an import
ant part. In any event lbc question is
one for a sociologist ralbcr tban for a
professor wbote ►penalty is the train
ing of policemen and detectives At
a mere opinion Prof. Bella says tbat
a good deal of Ibe pious talk of "reformed" criminals it insincere, Ibougb
be admitt that occasional criminal!
are capable of reformation snd do
sometimes becoma good cilirens, It
is s curiosity upon which be docs sot
comment, that Ihe large proportion of
criminals are young, although it bas
often been aid that men do aot grow
belter Is they grow older
Prof. Beiss divides criminal! into
wo classes, upper and lower, according
o their intellect ami education. Tbe
latter ore overwhelmingly in lbc ma
i inrily nf course, and it Is to tbem par
ticularly that tbe foregoing obrcrva-
Huns upplv. He says there is no tucb
thing as a "good ail roond" criminal
all are .pccialists, more or less, tome
taste of pre criminal days usually de
tcrmining what branch of rascality Ibo
individual will lake up. (jiper and
lower classes alike attend court regularly. They call it tbeir public icbosl.
for'il is Ihere Ibey inform themselves
at lo Ihe methods of police and prose
colors and acquire s smattering of
Is* Ibst is often useful to Ibem. Tbay
art particularly interested in expert
testimony and no doubf pick up mans
valuable pointers from il, Prof.
Belli says tbat experts should never
forget when giving evidence tbat in
Ibt audienrt and certain to he tome
criminal'. He believes that long newt-
ptper accounli of crime arc to be it
prccaled, because of Iheir power «f
ingestion over lbs none too robust
■Ind of Ibt crimlnsl.
Only Ibosc wbo bsrs never retched
(be truth srt quite resident tbst It
tboirfd tlwsyt bt told.
FT..-.. vy.y.'.\'..••,
F?lvs*'t{* J •*• •   l\\k %f * •   .•*!
IT ii (p y«n|t own
. interest to purchate
goodi in your own cily
fWowMVin-
.?S!jW ("Wlia-nlt from
5 fa | R per peu|.
Than ure Factt
No Falte ft\m
IRON BEDS from $3.50 to $95,00. SPECIAL VALUES THIS WEEK
When g°i>!(( down hill STOP and purchate your Furniture, Linoleum, Carpets,
Etc., at a Reliable Mouse.
THE BEST jt nope too good. One-third of your life it spent in bed, and a
comfortable MATTRESS you should have. Then buy our No. 1 RESTMORE at
$15.00—no more, no less.   Money back if not satisfactory.
THE HOME FURNISHERS
128 Lonsdale Ave. ^.     North Vancouver
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Mahon, McFarland & PkMEP, Ltd.
GRAND BOULEVARD v
geeggg      i   i  ii     . ,i i=g
CLEARED 50 ft. Lots in Blocks 226 and 227;
$900 and $1000      14 cash, 6,12,18 months.
50 ft. LoU in Blocks 230 and 232a; $650, $700
and $800 1-4 cash, 6, 12 and 18 months
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North Vancouver City
CLEARED LOTS 50 ft x 147 ft.
In BLOCKS 15,15a, 16 and 16a. D.L 550,.
PRICES: $750 to $ L000 according to location.
TERMS: 1-4 Cash, Bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.
ACREAGE in District Lot* 546 and 550
In Blocks of from Qne to Four or more acres.
.    PRICES: from $2000 to $3250 per acre
TERMS: I-4 Cash, Bal. -6, 12,18 & 24 months
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The Grand Boulevard extendi through thii property
FOR PLANS, PRICE UST AND PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
The North Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company, £&
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J TH®  RXPRKSS
MOUTH VAKO0UVB8. , ,..  BBITIBH COLUMBIA
Publltkad Tuatdayi and Frld»ya by North Short Vm*, Mntitod.
.OflO, tf. WOBDEN, EDITOR ANP MANAUEH.
Rites of Subscriptloni—One year, $1.00.   Hii monthi, BOo.  Three months, 86c,
United States and Foreign, (100 per year.
Advartltlng Bates WUl'Bt Quoted ou Application, :; -
. The Express it devoted to th* interests of tbe Nortb Shore of Burrard Inlet
axcluaiyoly. It constitutes an advertising medium of exceptional value for
reaching in a thorough and effective manner the population of North Vancouvar
Oity and District. Every effort It made to give advertisers tbe mast satisfactory
Wrvlee,
All changes in contract advertisements ihould be in tbe printers' handt not
liter tban Wt. m. Monday and 1 p. m. Wednesday to ensure insertion in tbe
following issue.
JTorth Vancouvn, B. 0 November 10, Ml}.
PROVINCIAL INTERESTS AT
OTTAWA
Whatever the ultimate results of the
present mission of I'remier kfcBride
and his colleagues to Ottawa may prove
to be, surface indications justify thu
conclusion that the prospects are considerably brighter for arriving at con-
elusions which will carry tangible bane-
lit.-, for British Columbia than tbey
luive been upon the occasion of any
previous effort of a similar nature.
To begin with, while it is not wise
to overestimate the iutiuepce of purely
political considerations, it is nevertheless in order to observe that the premier of a province sending a solid repre-
tentation in support of the got eminent
of a Dominion premier, may reaajMjlily
anticipate a more eyqpfotje* hearing
Of bis case from t^ latter, than be
would be matin by a Dominion pre
mier to ,atfMI) government tbe provin
""'lontingont iu tbe federal house was
'in opposition to the tune of live to
two. Tbe ground of sympathy between
Hon. It. I,. Borden, premier of Canada,
and Hon. Richard McRrida, premier nf
British Columbia in approaching the
question of improved conditions fortius
province in relation to federal matters
will lie very much stronger than it
was betwoen Sir Wilfrid Uurier and
the lion. Richard McBride.
As leader of tha opposition in the Ottawa house when these matters were
under negotiation with the former gov
eminent, il wis understooil that Mr.
Horilcii espresso.1 himself as being in
favor of an independent commission,
to thoroughly consider the claims of
this province ami to report to the Do
minion house. A policy tucb :.s Ihli
-would   be   statesmanlike   ami   wouhl
the case of Hrilish Columbia officially
presented to the present Domiiiion government nt the earliest convenient
date.
While Robert I,. .Bordeu as premier
of Canada may be safely depended up
on to be at all times keenly alert wilh
reference tu the rights and the privil
eges of tbe federal government, and
while it is a foregone couclusiou that
ke will at ail times inly .-unserve the
interests of the great l)on)jjijii» iyJij^'i.
are entrusted to hiiyjt the same time
he has alreadv ,/jven evidence of the
fact that his.'onception of true Canadian statesr.anship is that tho real welfare ',( the whole Confederation can
he\ |,e promoted ami the highest in-
.'erests of Canada as such can best be
pi.iim is '.I by the adoption of an en-
lightenest ami broad minded policy with
reference to tbe rights and privileges
of the respective provinces whicii constitute the component parts ot,the Dominion ^   .T*|fr n
All unbiased revitw of*»ke whole situation iifforils .'xe.'llcinf Piieniiragcmcul
for an optimistic view of the prospects
of this province relative to the issues
involved in the present negotiations
TO ENCOURAGE PUBLIO
LIBRARIES)
Inasmuch  as a  public  library  is a
most   desirable   local   institution,   the
possession  of which  neither the city
our  Die district   of   North   Viuicouver
run   boast  at   the  present   lime  local
readers  will   be  Interested   to  know
I Imi   iiii   organization   known   us   tin's
Itritish Colombia Library  Association,,
has recently been formed for the pur-'
pose  of  encouraging  the  establishing
tbese it.is tinpAy.Vppjio Ifotf-ft* tlfj
migration intp Canada, for the decade
amounted to 1,705,000, which, subtracted from the gross population, leaves
5,645,000 made up of tha total population iff 1001 and tba natural iqcraa.se
during the decide, Subtracting t|ie
census figures for tbe total population
iq 1001, namnly, B,971,ilS, these figurei
would give 87.1,009 *t tbp natural increase or less tban bIx per coot, of tbe
population at the beginning of tbe decade.
While these figures cannot claim to
be exact, and while It may be that the
incompleteness of tbe eeusut returns,
concerning whicii such liud complaints
are being registered on all hands
wuulil udvorsely ait'eci this particular
aspect uf the returns, yet after all due
allowance has been made for these cou
siderations, tho evidence is clear that
the lucroase in the native born, has not
kept pace wilh the iucreaso in imini
gration.
While it is certain that in the course
of time this aspect of our growth iff
population will bo r»dic»liy changed;
yet the prospects arj tjjgt J.hit ffiinh
(Dtp} nr' population from Other countries will vory greatly increase ami
that the natural increase will show yet
further shrinkage as compared with
Immigration, before the turn of the tide
is reached, ami the resident population
has become sufficiently numerous to increase the birth rate to the point at
which the natural increase of population will begin to overhaul numerically, that from other sources
To Whom It May Concern:
This is to certify that on October
l.'ltli lllll, I lost a horse insored with
the British Empire Insurance Company,
Ltd., of Vancouver, B, •'-, for $870,
that my proof was completed and Dialled to them'on October lilitli ami that
I have this date recelveil through C.
R. Hickman, their local representative,
check for the foil amount dateil October, .'list.
Dutesl at North Vanvouver, H .('.,
this till day of November, lllll.
II. WHALLEY. IS 11
of public libraries throughout the pro-
ijissis,!, i a concilatorv spirit upon the!   , rr,
, viiici'.   The    immediate   aim    toward
pan of the federal house toward the
respective provinces such as wouhl ex
crt an appro iablo Influence in cement-
iug the ties of confederation yel
more slosclv ami biuding the Dominion
into a yet stronger solidarity. Were
such a commission appointed in the pre
Kent Instance, then from a pro British
Columbian s iewpoiiit"v-4kine. is goo<l
reason iii believe that this province
WOuhl mil liii'l it a profitless procedi.i,-.
llnl .",cn more significant than thu
above is the tact that the plktlorm
upon which Hon. R. Ij jlordeo was re
turned to power by ihe country, con
lainc'l clauses thai unmistakeably indicate a much more generous policy relative lo the province, in matters of
mutual interest, than that.which char
«.|it /ei the l,uuricr regime. The
dm ... promising the desired extension
of the boumtaries of Manitoba, also
that promising tkt western -province*
tlie right to ashniulsltr Ibe natural resources of the territory within their
-borders li well as that favoring the
granting of liberal assistance to the
provinces for tbe encouragement of
agricultural education, are tokens
»In. li Indicate lhat a broader horizon
has risen upon the country iu this re
spiel
In new of these considerations It
is not al all surprising thai 1'ri'iuier
Mcllri'lc should consider the occasion
opportune for again approaching Ihe
Dominion government, in the hope of
meeting wilh a more favorable, r.vcp
tion upon behalf of British Columbia,
lhan that which had hitherto fallen In
his lol.
Tn expeit any immediate action of
• far reaching nature I torn fftmjil
Bor.len would be altogether over sau
guiiii, in view of Ibe tremendous pres
euie ol duties which he ii called upon
lo stttalo at Ibia early period of |ii«
■ettblji, Ini his indites* to lake
up Ihe topildettlion at time Imptft
pnl iiittUri With tht provincial j.r^Dr
fen lo tstow t*at bli judgment It iu
vtotd mill tint tl Ur. ntUriii mitb
which the Association will address il
self, is to prevail upon the provincial
government lo puss a mo>lerii Public
Libraries Act which will authorize any
municipality to levy rales for library-
purposes, make pro.vision for a grant
from the government to each municipal
library iu proportion to the amount
raiscl lucqlly iu each instance, ami pro
ide for the inspection ami assistance
of municipal  public  libraries,  by  offi-
ers appointed by the government.
The honorary president of Ihe association is Hon. II. E. Yuung. the president,
Mr. R. W. Douglas, Vancouver public
Mil.ran, ami the secretary, Mr. ('. W.
Whyle, B.A., of Victoria.
The aims and objects nl the Association ure such as to command gen
al commendation ami il is to he Impel
that the Association will spcclil) succeed iu placing Ihe matter of public li
branes upon a sound liul permanent
basis, so lhal these great public olu
calors may become au invariable fea
lure of municipal organization* through
oul Ihe
Imported Tailoring
BOBEBT SMITH has now
iciiiiiii-d from Scotland
with a cbolct selection of
Scotch. Knglisli and Irish
Twted, ttc., from which
be la prepared to acctpt
orders for suits made in
tbt old country in tltbtr
Canadian or English styles.
Drop a postal card or
phouo Seymour t i:i;il.
2316 CLARK DBIVB
Vancouver, B. C.
' iis.iiii, s|,,.l 0!
e province.
SOURCES  Or   INCBBASB  IN  POP
ULATION OF CANADA
One of Ilie iiilerestiug features re
iltive lo Ihe grow Hi of the population
of Canada, upon which Ihe new MMtyl
figures will nllsirl useful information.
when Ihey are made public in detail, i*
tke ratio which obtains between tbe
portiou of that increase which is .due
lo immigration ami lhal Wbicb is due
to natural increase.
In Ihe census of IMI, Ihe total pop
ulatlou was n.:i7l,.')l5, of whom eighty-
seven p.-r cent., or 4,671,0)6, wore na
live born. The nttunl Increase for
the decade IMI) to ml wan )2.1 per
eaat.
The population according to the last
census, is in round numbers JAMfiOO.
According to ikt 1'nitad States iraml-
(Jritioo returns approsimatriy 2-50,1)00
Cinadiant settled In Ibal couutry dur-
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regard a* tin latiraWllty af having population for Canada of IMOfiM. Ot
NOTIOB TO PBOPBBTY OWNERS
Stwer Conuictlona
I'l'HLIc NOTICE is hereiiy given!
Unit all owners of real property fronting or abutting upon a street or lune
in which or under whicii a main or
common sewer is lai<l are hereby required to connect auy building or pre
mire* upun -u. h property villi sub
man  or ■....'>..• is sewer.
I mi I may be oiste'.ncd Irom the
I'luiubing'lnrpei to: al his oAlee nt Ibe
cily Hall between the hours of 0 a.
m. ami 10 a.m. and 1 pm. and 2 p.m.
Tbe following regulations govern Ibe
construction of house or building connection* .wild sewers:
No house sewer pipe shall have a
less fall than I to 40, unlets special
permission is granted iu writing by
the 4'oum-il. Said pipes between tbe
iron pipe, lo the couuection of tbe
public sewer to be of Ihe best quality
standard salt glazed vitrified clay sewer pipe, ami shall have a diameter of
not less than 4 inches. All pipes shall
be sound ami well burned throughout
their thickness, impervious to moir
tur»k with a clear riug, smooth ami
well glazed on interior and exterior
surfo.eSj free from flaws, cracks, Mis
ters, fire checks or other imperfections.
The pipes must be so laid in the
trench that after the sewer is completed, the interior surface thereof, shall
be to a true and even grade.
In making tbe Joints, a gasket of
oakum or hemp, freshly dipped in Cl-
ment grout, must first be used and
packed into place, Tbe joints shall
afterwords be tightly packed full and
bevelled off witk mortar, composed of
one part by volume of approved J'ort
laud cement to one part by volume of
approved sand,
All jijint* shall VI made water tight,
so tbat they will stand a head of W
feet of water, when tested hy tht
Plumbing Inspector at tbt owner'i,
plumber's or contractor't tiptnte.
By ordtr of tbe Council:
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
OHr Clark.    If
$900 Cash
balance very easy handles a new strictly modern house on
I8ll\ street near Lw)«d»lft lot hai 88 feel frontage, price
$4400
ELDER MURRAY CO., LTD.
Phone 37, North Vancouver, B. C. -
Lynn Valley Loti
WVBBY BAST THBM8
I have still several lota iff block 1,
of D. L. 8000 near Eroinmo road fqr
aala at «:iiHl to ♦360. Terms *2li cash,
balance by ten half yearly instalmouts.
Also oue lot iff 1). Ij. 3023 near (Jou-
tre road for 1020. Terms $00 cub,
balance in six half yearly instalment!,
and several fine lots on lloakius road
at vary low prices and ou termi that
will tuit.
I have alto a choice selection of
acreage lots and city lots in North Vancouver fin which handsome profits curt'
btmadt.
Alexander Philip
Inturi
Club Block, Bs;
N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
Tm%j^*
WE
ARE
SOLE
AGENTS
JOHNSTON k SALSBURY
THE HARDWARE MEN
90 Lonidale Avenue     Next to P.O.
WATCH OUR WINDOW FOR KITCHEN UTENSILS
BEWICKE AVENUE-
One block from carline, splendid position, lot 00 by loll feet.
I'rice ji.'i" on terms o( one third cash ami the balance in 0, ami
13 months.
DOUBLE CORNER-
101) by  Ilu feet, close to Keith   Itoad,   splendid    soil.      Price
$1300 on terms ol" ' i cash, uml balance ti, 13 and  It months.
For further particulars of above and othir residential and business properties see
C. E. LAWSON & CO.
15 Lonsdale Ave.       Phone 70. ' P. 0. Box 1816
**».W3
127 LONSDALE AVE.
NORTH VANCOUVER
H. E. KRUGER
Expert on Fireplaces and All ('lanes
of Brickwork. All Work
Guaranteed.
Corner Fifteenth Si. and Mahon Ave.
Palace Hotel
Second Street, North Vancouver, B. C. ^v
FINEST ROOF GARDEN ON PACIFIC COAST
RATES:—$2.00. per day up.   Special
rates to families and to regular hoarders.
REDA&ANDRUSS    -     -     -     -     Proprietors
North Vancouver Coal &
Supply Co., Ltd.
Wbarf: Cor. Ut. Qtorgo'l ami
Kspilnade.     OAice, 56 Iioutdalu
Avenue.
Wharf I'lione 138.
Office l'buue 108.
COAL
Wc can deliver at once in largo
or   Mllllll   i|ii;inlilli
Gel your winter supply.
I'rompt delivery a specially.
WE COULD
Paper the World
('apitaji 1'aid Up  t iVD.'xm
Itescrve k Undivided 1'rofili    oitOMt
Tolal Assots 40,000,l>)il
Many a Imt une can Iw traced back
lo tht day itt owner deposited tbt
tirsl dollur in i .Savings Account.
The one dollar affords on Incentive to dopusii mare—and, as interest
it added to principal, the tmall turn
growi more aod moru rapidly, until it
finally becomes u uompeteice.
One Hollar wili .tort to account
witb the Hank ol Hamilton.
I. II, IIKIVKtl,  <»r.l,
,\ mls   Vaicoutrr
Irom our stock ol new Wall 1'npcis
to it seems. I'jvcry day aomt new
detign arrives to fill Iht vacancy
of those closed out.
Handwme Wall Paper*
art bar* in .andlaat variety, Jut
. tall our talesman (or what room
you want tbt paper and ha will
tbow you jutt tht pottern you art
looking (or.
.'    "TT '
To  choota (rom our itock it a pleasure, to pay our price is easy.
W. H. ST0NEY & CO.
117 l.onsd»le lvalue l'boni 1411
NORTH LONSDALE SPECIAL
100 ft. frontage on KING STREET, East (which is now
being Macadamized) for
$1,050-One third Cash
FOK FURTHKK PARTICULARS, SEJi
MARTINSON & CO.
bl LONSDALE AVWHJR     ta.mitei  vMnom     NORTH VANCOUVER THE EXPRESS, NOBTH VANCOUVER, B. C,
»W*«»WIWW-^««pi^>Mmp^lMMMI<MI«
THE DOMINION CABINET
Picture Gallery of the,Members who will
occupy tht: desks of the Ministers of the Crown
when Parliament assembles Nov. 15, 1911
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HON. 0. J. DOHEKTY
Minister of Justice
HON. F. D. MONK
Miuister of Public Works
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HON. MAETIN BUEEELL
Mtnitter of Agriculture
HON. 0613. E. 1'OSTEE
Miuister of Trtde and Commerce
HON. W, T. WHITE
Minister of Fluiuce
HON, J. E. BEID
Minister of Customs
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w $:
HON. BAMUBL HU0HE8
Miuister of MUitia
HON. EOBEET h BORDEN, D.O.L., K.C. Premier aud Preiident of tbt Council
HON. W. B. NANIBL
Minister of Inland Eavaout
HON- F*AW OMlOtANB
Mtoiiur of aallwagi and Oaaili
HON. I W. MOHJB
gtcrttarjr of «tata
HON. F. h. PELLETIEB
Postmaster-General
f.
OU,   EOBEET  E00BB8
Minister of the Interior
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HOI!. T. W, OROTHBRfl
Mluiitar of I*bor
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■ Marine and riihariai
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irisian Ivory
Ebony Toilet Goods
belong U| tha real ariilocracy of the dressing table. Our
Paritian Ivory is well adapted for toilet uie, and it worthy
pf I place in ilie moil delicately furnished dressing rooms.
The color ii t beautiful creamy hue, ill durability rivals
thai of real ivory. The bristles in the brushes are of the
finest quality, a most important feature in a brush.
OUR EBONY GOODS ire made from (he finest
grained African wood, furnished and .polished in France.
We guarantee our ebony toilet goodi in every respect, being
without doubt the bell quality on the market.
All toilet goods sold in tingle pieces or in sets, with
or without presentation caies.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
jewelers ana^AUiversmilhs      " \
George E. Trorey.. (Imaging Director
Hastings and Granville Streets   -   -   -   Vancouver, B. C.
HAVE YOU SEEN THEM?
BL PBBCO
Ihe electric .-..il■-.- percolator!
" 	
BL STOVO
tlio diic on wbicb the
electric current will do
vuur cookingl
BL BOILO
the immersion heator
for boiling wator ljuick
ly,/
"HOTPOINT"
Electric Iron, tho in.lis
peimabJc convenience for
ironing day!   •
	
Drop in at our office at 50 Lonsdale Avenue and see how
your kitchen cares may be lightened by the use of these inventions.
All Are Operated by Connection With
an  Ordinary   Electric   Light  Socket.
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., LTD.      Phone 66
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M^PRIfr^^
eowwwA
AND THE CENSUS
' the "Britilh News of Canada" says
that tln> rural population of British
flolllipWaStii* not grown in anything
like tho same proportion im that of thg
coast cities.'
'i Half Ihe population of 'British dpi-
uinbje,'",»t*tes the contributor,'»'is in
Vanvpuvor ami Victoria. The trans-
l'ui-iiiii trade, and tho commurco with
the nortb it partly responsible for
tbis. But even eo, snd in viow of the
growth of the interior tonus, the ra
tlo of city to country population in
British < '..liii.itun it too high. Capital
flows in; real cstato Arms flourinli nu
ineroiisly; railroad building it undertaken; expansion ii tbo order of the
day.
But you can't have prosperous cities
a)J the time without prosperous, terri
tory behind them. The vital prosperity
of the coast cities of British Columbia
is tlio vital prosperity of the valleys
that lead from the backbone of the
continent to the spa. Once moro you
■■nni'- back to the problem ot imroigra
tion, of tattling on tho land.
You cannot escape from it. When
the Ijoi-iI uunls'.l his followers to un
derstaui^ the Kingdom of Heaven, he
set a little chiiil in the midst of them.
Wli.-n I'r.'ini.-r Borden wauls liis cab
inot to get a clear vision of (heir duty,
a grasp upun Hie future of their own
careers; a sign of the Canada that is to
ho let him send for the immigrant uiul
put him next the council boarsl until
'the way to a better census is cleared
"If one word had been written ur
spoken likely tu restrain tlie British
born from becoming funuiliaii through
ami through, there might be sonic reu-
son for shying ut the movement. Mr.
Htevous wuulil not pbjact to the Jews
and Italians of Toronto having newspapers in their own native languages.
He wuuld not decline to translate his
views into either language if he wished to reach Hint spatial constituency.
He would gladly use that instrument us
a means of bringing them into the full
sense of t'auailluu nationality.
"Canadian nationality has u peculiar
relation to the British empire. The
Britishboru, therefore, start on their
career in Cauada with a ditTorciit
equipment from tho Jew and tho Italian. It is u mighty good thing to un
-Is'i ,iiiii'I the value of that equipment
ami to help to turn itself to account,
lu the end that "one grand Canadian-
inn" may be served."
'Mr. Stevens himself suppplics the
justification for tbo British-born movement. Ho calls up the childhood of six
decades agu ami he says "I lovo England none the less."   How many times
'hiVtI'wfd^)ic)yas«id-.»'p!ilii«iWl
pf »y own aftittiiip to Canadim A*
tippaiity, 'Not that I loye England
less, bijt 1 love Canada ipprf>:"
"Jf thp question1 werp ppt to Ifr.
ptpvpfls, I'm sure .he yroubj say that if
()« pppld, he would ilaiHy help other
Englishmen to avoid sonlp pf the troubles and disadvantages which ht bli)
tp nvercnmii by painful, experience.
The British-born movemont has all t^e
possibilities, of prganized intelligence
lur iin' Inin.Iiv.I:, pf thousands of old
country peoplo who will continue to
come to Canada."
tm TACTICS OP TBAMSTBBB
A sure test of .whether a mini is
worth hii salt is to watch hii doingt
op arriving homo with a horse or
team in bad weather, says tho Hrilish News of Canada. If, for example,
he is soaked to the skin, and after putting his horse in the stables just as he
is, he goes and looks after hit own
needs flrst, changing his clothes and
having a good meal, and thep turning
bis attention io the stable—tbat individual is not much good, whether tbe
horse is l|ia or not.
But the man who, soaking wet and
worn out with labor, lirst makes the
beast that lias worked for Inn. all day
thoroughly comfortable, rubbing him
down vigorously and seeing to it tbat
he has u comfortable bed, a warm stable, and, after a short while if he is
very tired, a good feed and g'upd wator,
whether the horse il bis or npl—that's
the mun to be respected.
Ou the other hand the poor horseman is distinguishable by the following blunders!
Horses handles! roughly ami rushed
into stalls without rubbing, cleaning or
■ponging.
Horses allowed to drink Iheir till no
matter how hot; or not watered at all.
drain fed before horses are rested
und while overheated.
Feet not washed or examined until
horse goes lame.
Horses receiving uo water aftoreating their hay until next morning.
Scanty bedding.
No bedding on Sundays until night
and horses watered only twice.
Iln.v and grain uf poor o,uality and
insiitlieieni i|uantity.
Bran mash not given because it is
too much trouble.
Hayloft dusty and dirty and dust
shaken down iuto horses eyes mid nose.
Harness unclean, sweat allowed lo
accumulate ou Inside of collars.
Horses not shod frequently enough
ss.i-i left too smooth for slippery
streets
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Lota in Block 235, D.L 546
011 sale $
For term» and prices apply to
Palmer, Burmeiter ft. vw (faevenite
457 Lqiwdtle Aw.    -     41 f?«»derStr, Vancouver
Campbell Realty & Ijw
Will take deed of good building lot
as cash payment on a ltfroom home;
ntw;  all modem.     Easy   terms   on
balance.
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REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
TELEPHONE 8q. t> P. 0. BOX 114
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We solicit the trade of all builders who appreciate
High Grade Goods at a moderate price, ami the
prompt and careful filling of orders, which our large
stock and long experience in business makes possible.
Burrard Sash & Door Factory, Ltd.
FOOT OF ST. GEORGE S]\ NORTH VANCOUVER
A Little Friendly Talk on Doors
We have one of tlie largest and best designed stock of
Front Doors that can be secured anywhere in 13. C. We have
about 10 different designs to choose from v. lii. h range in
price from $3.75 to $.15,011. We make a special!^ of the
"Pasadena Dook," a handsome, massive piece of work,
one which is especially suited to bungalows, and the modern
style of architecture. If you are interested call and let us
show you our display. We can also supply vou with Interior
Doors in fir or cedar in i,i, 3, 4, 5or6 panel or in the craftsman designs.   Call and ask to see them for yourself.
DICKINSON & SON '
ESPUNADE EAST
P. 0. Box 1719 Phone m
, l
It Doesn't Cost You Anything to See Hastings Grove
(From "World," Oct. 28)
HASTINGS STREET
LINE EXTENSION
Carllut to Port Moody Projected, With
Motor Bui Una For Immediate Ber
vlio Over Stout Boad to D. L. Two
Huudrtd and Elgbt.
Residents 0/ the district tributary to
Hastings ttreet eait will have trans-
portatiou facilitiet ol the best rharac-
ter in the near future, according to
plana now under contideritiou.
At the mttting lut avtning of the
Burnaby City Council, tut offer of Mr
(jeorgc Hlmoun, a capitaliit of Hatliugt
Towui.il..', was taken under rontidera
tion aod tbe matter referred lo the rity
solicitor., aod in rate Ibe solicitors ad
vin- thai the <ii> haa Ibe right lo
grant the frsu'Ui-s- it wili lie further
considered, i
Mr. Ninon'1 proportion l> lo build
a line from tbe present terminus of
the street railway cast tbruugb II. I.
t!un and fOt and on to Port Moody.
M.'siiliiiu- a in minute motor .ab service will be pul 'in. begiuiiiug uot
later than March I'i and running from
Hasting* lirove in I). I,. SUB to lbc
present car line terminus.
The . onI ri.. 1 for Ibe sion.'paved
road ou Kasl Hastings slreei is well
along aud will bt completed as far u
the Pole I,ine road by December 31,
adding very greatlsy lo Ihe facilitiet
for reaching thit rapidly growing tcel
tion of the city.
AND KNOW
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We Urge You to see HASTINGS GROVE
Over 300 LOTS SOLD in FOUR WEEKS
It Looks Better Than Anything We Can Tell You.   Lots on or Close1
to Hastings Street East, D. L. 208
One of the best'features about investing in Hastings Drove is that it it
right here at home. You can go out
with us ;iini pick your lot, and KNOW
exactly what you are buying. .Vou
know what Ibe city of Vancouver It—
wbat it has dune in tho past five years
—and it duca not requiro much faith
to sco the future of thit progressive
cily. Property all over Vancouver will
naturally advance in price for yoart to
come, the outiidc property much more
rapidly tban that close In, aa it dors
in every growing city. You owe it
to yourself md family to buy one or
more of these lota, if only as ao in
vestment. There aro many tliiugt we
should like to toll you about lliyj Iract.
Drop in today or thla ovtniog,
LOTS
$245
Iii^jrest 7 per cent. Payable Annually
S. F. MUNSON, Broker, 333 Pender St W.
$90 Cash, Bal. one and two Years, or
$40 Cash, Bal. 6,12,18 and 24 months, or
$10 Cash and $5 a month, Bal. in 2 Years
Come at 1: 15' in the Afternoon, Rain or Shine, and Go Out With Us.
TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 5654
OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS TILL 9:15 TT
m WW®, NOHTH VANCOUVER, ft
.cT'
 '.     i.,.;..1.  ..     i'.ji...'r■.'..»  i
% Ofjjpw, in Nprtb. VwcpHY«r-r^; „,
CORNER WNSPALE AVE. AND ESPUNADE
UPPER LONSDALE AVE. l>»r FoHrte^ Street)
Saving Deposits pf $1.00 nod upward* received.
Inlerett allowed nt currenj rates.
Banker's Money Orders issued.
STEPHEN
Meager
11 .,  .   '
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TAKlNQTieE
_JH  	
Jhit the CIVIC INFORMATION AND LABOR
BUREAU is now open for the convenience pf employers and employees. Employers are requested to take
advantage of the office when requiring help.
,    W. B. HOOD. Secretary.
Phone 321.     14 Lonidale Avenue, North Vancouver.
Western Decorating & PlumbingCo.
PLUMBING. GRATES. MANTELS AND
TILES, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, Etc.
 —l-t—. —: :— I .   '        	
I'LUMBINO SUPPLIES BUILDING PAPEE BKU8HES
BOOFINO BEAVEB BOABD METAL LATH
ASBESTOS BOOFINO SHINGLE STAINS OOBNEB BEAD <
TAB PAPEB " 0AL 0 TINT'' WHITE LEAD
Mantels Made to Specification.  AU Eitimatei Furnished Frit.
Wt Can and Will Save You from 10 to SO ptr ctnt. on AU Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, etc.
OFFIOE   S. W. OOBNBB ESPLANADE AND ST. OBOBOB'S AVE,
P. 0. Box 1987. Telephone 386
$1.0 Pack and W.00 monthly
«plV  Vaoll  WITHOUT INTEREST
buys a cleared level |ot at Reel Deer, Alta.
Price $ 100 each   Double Corners $225
NINE BAILBOADS are now under construction from Kcd Deer. The
town has water, sewers, electric light, telephones, lire department,
churches, schools, mills, factories magnificent land, unlimited supply of
coal au.l timlicr.  Tour money will grow rapidly,   ti.-i full particulars
from
D. MacLURG
310 FENDEB STBEET W.
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
KATEWIW MEETING
The regular monthly meeting pf the
Lynn Valley Bstapajrap' A»tOCi|itloi1
took place on Wednesday evening, the
8th intt. with I goodly number ip attendance. The president, Mr. .1. Neat,
occupied Ihe chair, and after the enrolment pf ten new members, the secretary
lir. p. (I. Hattie, read a letter from
tht district council in reference to pre
YJQ|ii correspondence re witer suppply.
Thi council informed the ciecutiu-
committee that they were uot in a po-
titjon in meet ihe requirement of the
Association at this particular juncture.
I inl'i these ' ii. nm .inn' ■!■, the matter
dropped and the council's letter wes
filed.
A second letter was read from Ihe
p. C, Electric Kailwuy company Ltd.
with negotiations to ear traffic. Hon
ever the company could not see their
way clear to make any alteration just
now to the car service.
Vr. jj, p. Crawford and Ur. I'urdie,
tbe appointed delegates, had approach,
ed Mr, Perry, tbe company's local representative previously. Tbey were fa
vorably impressed with the conference
the compan y promising better accommodation as soon us Iriffic justified.
At tbe present time tbere was not
enough business to make any alteration.
A protest was made against the loun-
cil appointing (Chief of police) without advertising in tbe usual way, although tbere were no objections to Major Toft, it was considered that he was
tbe right man. The secretary was asked to write tbe council in regard to
advertising for future assistants.
A diseution arose with regard to the
present ipipassable run,l from city limits to the (iraud Boulevard, and arrangements were made for city council
to lie petitioned to take immediate
steps in the matter.
A further question came up r un
ter rates. It was thought unfair Hat
residents should bave to pay water
rates when they were without it ami it
was decided to vote for a rebate tu
those   without   water  connections,
A letter was read from the council
asking a rccoininendutioii for puuud
keeper. It was decided that Mr.
Crawford hold conference wilh Hie
hotel proprietor, Mr, Kastcott, iu ro-
gunl to Ibis mutter uud report.
A petition is to lie sent to the council asking for u 1-iuch main on Horun
roud cast instead of half inch pipe, in
case uf lire, and t|int water lie connected to lots lii ami IG between Crawford inul IjungWorlby roads.
Mr. Weslovcr nskctl fpr i. continuation of the -I'l.'uull, from Fcrdcrick
road to Pipe Line roud; Mr. Anderson
for a sidewalk on Ilosklns road south
to lot 90, then cast to his house. There
had been three or four residents in
that locality without uu entrance to
their homes. Mr. Thompson asked for
a sidewalk from l.ynn Vulley ruad tu
Dempscy on Centre; Mr. Allman, for a
plank walk  to bis home from    Boss
North Vancouver Business & Professional Cards
ai nil .viavrv
Percy  t).  Howard H.  J.  Perrln
City  Auditor.
HOWARD & PERRIN
AutUutt ant Aretaalaata
Ui Ptndtr St. ,W.     P. 0. Boa l»t
Phont III?       , Phont III
Vancouvtr       North VencouTtr
IIA1RIITKB
H. P. RUGGLES
BABBISTEB
NOTABV PUBLIC
199 Alb Strut Bait Nortb Vencoavtr
Phont 971
Ul A. KSMITIII.
R. H. TARN
Pioneer Horietbocr - Carriage Workt
FIBST STBEET WEST k LONSDALE
Books Attn stati.IjMthj.
THE LEONARDSALE CO.
Bookatlltri and Statlosert
Cor. Lonedal. aod lit.        Phone Ut
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
Dr. J.C. MORRISON
DENTIST
t
l'os| (irtiluatc Chicago Cuivenity
Boomi 8 and 10, saw Poat OBce Hook
miBm-jan m
CHIROPRACTIC
has (HtooveroiJ the inn ol lllM.ar to
ho Prttaure on ner,vei-itoppln«t tba
town tiarreati which produce func
tlon.l activity. We liberal, the Vow
ir Currtntt by removing the Pressure
—ant health It rettored. B 3. Irwln,
D.C., hr ut Clilropracllc, »J» leUi
Strttt, Nortb Vancouver.
. I.M'IMI  I.IIIV
Tht New Block un  Lonsdale Avenuo
near tba Ferry Approach
wu built by
SMITH BROTHERS
General Contraotort
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
B. E. CLARK
KNUINKKB8
Contractors for reinforced concrete
conitruction. Sewtriaf in all iti
brauchci; boutt connections a tpe
cialty.    Eitimatei  furnithed.
Office: 80 Lonidsle Ave.       Phont lit
WM. MORRIS
PBAOTICAL   FIBEPLACE
AND CHIMNEY BUH.DKB
I'reiscd Brick Mantlet a Specialty.
Phone Ll!2
s. Craib W. Craib
A. CRAIB k SON
C0NTKACT0B8 AND BUILDEB8
In Concrete, Brick and Wood.
Office: 117 FIBST STBEET EAST
I IVII, KMUKKEHJ.
ANGUS J. CAMERON
A.M.I.E. k S.
CIVII, ENGINEER
Irrigation, drainage, Jeveli, plani
anil specification!. Soptio tanlu and
boutt droinagt a ipecially. P. 0.
Box 211, Ifitb ttreet weat ol Btwioke
Avenue.
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-i.
mpW-ktlOtll.
Nortb  Vancouver  Butineat
College and Copying Office
liar aaa fUtealag lilutei
"Knowledge It Power" and Education wloi_ where eomseUllon It kj.n
competition it keen.
haibben, f.o
IUM.IMTHI.
MISS COLLIE
lip to date Millinery
Modertae Batei
Kolth Block    63 Lonadalt ATI.
• IW FILEU.
DONALD DOWIE
Saw Filer and Grinder. All kindi of
band, crois cut and buck saws let
ind filed at shortest notice. 140 3rd
atroet elat, Nortb Vancouver.
TAII...IIS.
E. LAURIN
HigbclauLaditi' andCtnt'tTailoring
Phone 807
KEITH BLOCK, FIBST STBEET
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
J I. \ . Ill :U>   IMI Mil.
SAM. T. SUTTON
TEACBEB OF PIANO and THEORY
Specialty I Children's Lattoni at own",
home.  Termi, etc., apply General
Delivery.
eva a. Mcdonald
Ttwhtr of PIANO PLAVIHa.
For termi, etc., apply Monday
and Tburiday.
■at Ttiix it. k. I'.ooc au
WATI H fmifW'l.
It your watch .topping or going iir<
gulerly)  See
A. J. HOOD
Tia Uotti, Ve»oottv»t Expert
and pioneer .Jeweller
60 I.ooidnle Avenue
road.   All these were put fp the meeting and parried.
■4 IWJtby paper wgs read by Mr. S.
Allman on "Cooperation, tbe aims and
objects of tl)t sue inly,"
Mr. Tinii intimated that the provincial government hat not yet decided
their other petition with regard to the
land aet.
Tha municipal elections were not Approached- '
An amendment was asked for one ot
the society':. bylawi in case of any special business so that the preiident may
call a meeting at any time by giving
lo days' notice.
Tbe meeting then adjourned
Ml'Hll in ii IMS fresh daily   at   Ilu
Grotto. 1:11
TENDERS WANTED
SEALED TENDERS will be receivod
by Ihe City Clerk up to 12 o'clock noon
on Monday, November Kith, for constructing a concrete sidewalk liO feet
long by 17 feet II iuebes wide, ami a
concrete curb iiO feet long, 6 inches
wide aud 21 inches deep ou the west
side of Lonsdale Avenue, between tilth
and imii streets, iu front of Ihe uew
brick theatre,
Forms of tender uud specifications
may be obtained at the ('ity Engineer's
office.
A markcsl check for li per cent, of
the amount of tender must accompany
cueb and every tender.
The lowest or uny tcoder not necessarily accepted.
GEORGE S. HANES.
City engineer. 111-11
ate:i\it$
)imm]wii]v\
r.'e solicit the builntis of Minufidnren,
l!nKliKcri«uii others who realise tlie adrluMl-
iiy uf having tbeir Palest bush.es. transacted
!<r Kxpeiis. Preliminary advice free. Charges
--*~E— - -■ - * * Iserscnlupon re-
... New York 1.11c
IM UC.11*1
s'j J'.iiseii*.   Mciiiuiiiaiyauvk-c
moderate. Ourlovotor's Advln
guest. Jlailoii&Nnrl.sn, kfn'il.,
r.H? Unal.r.l'.udWi.liliiiHtn
WATER NOTICE    '
NOTICE in hereby given that nn application will be mode under Part V.
of the "Water Aet, 1S08," to obtain
u licence iu the Nort|i Vancouver Division of New Westminster District.
(a). The namo of applicant' iu full
- The Corporation of the rJislrict of
North  Vancouvor.     '
Ilf for milling purposes) Free Miner *s Certificate Xo	
(b) Tbe namo of tbo lake, stream
or source (if unnamed, the description
i»j—I'nnnineil stream commencing at
or about the southeast corner of nitric) Lot ic'I uud linn ing tbcuce through
District Lot 171 and .14.: to the North
Arm ut' Durrani lulet.
(cl The point of diversiou is on
the Keith roud at or about the southeast comer of District Lot 624.
(d) Tbe ijunntity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per secoud) .0.1 cubic feel.
(c). The character of lbc proposed
worlis—Small tank iuluke fed by wing
ditches, witb overflow into creek.
(f) Tbe premises uu which the water
is lo be used (describe same)—Tho
District  of  North   Vancouver.
ig, The purposes for which the water is to be used--Municipal purpOM's-
(h) If for irrigation describe the
laud intended lo bo Irrigated, giving
acreage—Not for irrigation.,
(i) If Ibe water Is to be osed for
power or milling porpoi.es describe the
place where tbe water is to be returned
tu aome natural channel, und tbe dif
ference in altitude lictweeu point of
diversion aod poiut of return—Not for
power or mining.
(j) Area of crown luod intended
to he occupied by the proposed works—
None.
(k) This notice was posted ou tbe
241b day'of October, IP) I. and eppli-
allon will be made to the Commit
sioocr on the inik day of November,
lllll, at  il  .""
(Ij Give the names anil oddrciici
of any riparian proprietor! or licensees who or wboie landi are likely lo
be affected by the proposed works, either above or below toe outlet—J. (',
Keith, of Vancouver.
Ol) The boundaries and area of the
District of Nortb Vaneouver ire asset
forth in the letters patent of Incorporation dated lull* Aogust, 1801, and
published in tbe H. C. Gazette, but excepting tbe area of tbe City of North
Vancouver specified in schedule "ll"
of the North Venvcouvcr City Incorporation Aet Amendment Act, 1007.
(r) Approximately the number of
iiiliiiliiii.nl' of lbc District at present
is 2,500.
THE CORPORATION OF THE
DISTBICT OF NORTH VAN-
rOI'VEB,
(Seal)
.JOHN G. FAHMEB,
0.  M. C        28-11
riniTuMiirHEii
CARBUTT
Studio  over  Bank  B. N. A.
Lonidolt and Esplanade
WtTAHf tflffty,:
fr£d G. TURNER
NOTABV 1'UB/j|[0
Loam,  lovutmenti   nnd   Insurance
Boom 207, MSI Granville St., V»noou
m.9.c.vim,m. mm
try work a ipeofnUy.
'.'!   '■'■ ,"   ',' ". ' ' I I"HI '   I' "I   II   DIM
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Half Price Sale
In order tQ make a complete clean-up of all summer
lines and \%m make room for tbe npw fall orders ^irttdy
invoiced, we will sell for \w\i ppce the undernwntipned
ifenw.
$5.00 Ladies' Wash Suits, white and colors, sale   &»
$7.50 Ladies' Wash Suits, white and colors, sale  $3.75
Sizes 34,36 and 38 only.
Boy's and Gjr|'s Simper Hill, regular price 25c to
$100; ..le SaLFPUOI
Ladies' Lawn Waists, slightly soiled; a large variety of
patternii  HALF flUC!
Ladies' and Girl's Parasols, ranging from 25c in Girl's and
$100 in Ladies'   sale  t HALF PIJCE
Boy's Wash Suits, sale  TJflRD OFF
Gent's Straw Hats HAlf WICE
Gent's Summer Vests HALF PRICE
J. J. McALEECE
91-95 LONSDALE AVENUE      PHONE 83
'■    mm n. .      ..i. ..i   I "J        .'..      . I ' ■ mm—mm*
mmm
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——
NOTICE
A BEWAED of 16 will be pald^by
ui for tucb Information ai will lead \o
tbe conviction of tbe person or persons
who have been disfiguring and displacing tome of tbe "For Sale" notices
placed on properties In tbe Oity of
Nortb Vaneouver. for wbicb we are
tho agenti,
JOHN ALEXANDER k OO.
131 Lonidale Ati.
Nortb Vancouver.
<
►i- -i
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100 FEET
ON KING STREET.   FIRST BLOCK EAST.
$2,100
$200 cash, $60 per quarter.    A good buy on unusual tenns.
JACK LOUTET & CO.
213 Lonsdale Ave. Tel. 47
Cor. Nye St. Tel. 87
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCUVNTAKTil.
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
319 Ptnder ttreet, Vancouver
and
North Vaacouver
■ ATHI.
KALLETHE'S BATHS
Corntr Homer and Fender Sts.
The only up-to-date and reliable bath houae in Britlab Columbia.
Wt cure wbere others fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plain hatha, electric baths,
shower baths, massage for body, tcalp and face ; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS. KAILETHE, PROP.,
Graduate of .Berlin, Germany
III MMT-sl i or.i KOBf.
SPROTT-SHAW Business College
I   ■ «6 Haitinga St. W.
Canada a Great..! W.n.rn School
|. J. Sprott, B.A., - -Managtf
•IHIIM.riH.
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisiont
Wholesale and Rttail
116 Hastings St. (downttairt)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
Hllllll.lt  VllMI'l.
THE GEO. H.  HEWITT CO.
Manufacturers
mmwk mm mm
Sign and Price Harkwt
10 Fairfield Bid.     Font a\*,»y2
HKAI, KSTATE.
Yorkshire Guarantee & Securities
Corporation, Limited
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVaSTMPNT.s
ESTATES   MANAGED
.     FIRE INSURANCE
R. Eerr Houlgate - - - Manager
*Jcs,r>j;»AiiTi.
PITMAN'* BUSINESS GOUiCE
63a Siymorti «., Vaacofiy^
Pay *^M ffpeff »W to ym
t„m.   iligkt *r*iOOl COtWWsftCf
All NpytV **wepy*t pt^la mi *i
MeowAUP*
tflifir Vlffok frUmt'oy ftutiap St.,
ippotjle the npw poit ,dfe». looperA
lefahfrmVyihetiowA. n fint Strut
TM Mtatltg taaea wbicb took place
en 9\wt aim mm tt nww yetterdey
"tt itVWttflM »t tbe eity hall thia
Mania*; wkee Magistrate Kealy had
Memo him Hepnath Bturgeou and Eric
latMMkaaaiaar, tke two men respooiiblo
far tka 4ri|f at tin blast Mr. Bead
retwaeuUd u,, prbst-.-ution and laid
' I aa tk* very serious nature of
iteeekerl
aftmrad that the explosion bad
kt k»voc in almust all direetioni,
windows being located at a
■liaUaee of over 41X1 feet away from
tk* mm at operation. Tbe Ant blast
MM Um air witk all kinds of dtbrit
and it if « perfect mystery bow every-
om il tka neighboring streets escaped
iojwy from tke falling matter. One
eyewitness aid it reminded bim of
a "aanll Vetuviiu", another conaider-
ed thai "aaBeient dynamite" bad
beta iiaed to have almost blown up the
Back of Hamilton." The second blast
that straight ai-rosi the street south
wards aa if it were from the mouth
of ■ reason, it flung rock and debrit
of every description against tbe old
Keith block, tke only surprising fact
Mag thai more damage wat not oeca-
sitMsed.
At this morning's court proceedings
tke charge waa brought under lection
'.".'I wkirh slates tbat "everyone it
guilty of an indictable offence and liable to one year's imprisonment or
line wbo commits any common nuisance
• lush endangers the lives, safety or
health of the public, or wbicb occasions injury lo the person of any iiuli-
udual"
The chief of police informed the
court thai half the windows ou the
-Mis side of Ihe obi Keith block had
i ■ • n itt.j l..|. that the west end win
..owl of the Burns' meat market had
l,.en shattered ami that damage of a
similar kind had been .lone to Mr. Mc-
llowell'a and other stores. The Con
s^ative I'lul. room windows 300 feet
away .nn.- -in;,"licit and a large rock
'ad passed through the window of Ihe
< 4nadii.ii  finance buildings.   Anothor
mm*m*M*mmam*»mmm9
bad eraabed through tbe window in tka
new Keith block 400 feat away and a
lump of rock bad alto damaged tka
roof of tba Bussell House nn first
street eaat, The chief alio stated that
Mn. McAleei-o wat attending bar child
in tka old Keith block when a chunk
of rook crashed through the window
and grazed tbo child's face. It wat
alto intimated that tbe men bad neglected a warning from tbt police,
Mr, Bead laid stress on tbo fact tbat
the case might very easily have been
one of manslaughter. Ha alto pointed
out that in such happenings at tbis the
firm wbo employed the men were liable
civilly for wbat these men do.
Magistrate Kealy imposed upou each
of tbe defendants a line of $100 and
costs or in default of payment, two
muni lm' imprisonment.
We close Sundays. Pbone 324. J.
II English, O. K. (Jr.i.-.-ry, 13 Lonsdale Avenue.
At this morning's police court session at tbe city ball a man named I'.
1*. Heywood was fined $5 ami costs for
being drunk ami disorderly.
Services iu St. Andrew's church next
Sunday as follows: Morning at 1) a.m.,
tubject "the supreme test of love";
evening, 7.30 o'clock, "Unconscious
moral defeat"; adult Bible class, Tbe
forerunner's mission anil message.
PUOTOUBAPUBit
CARBUTT
Studio  ovtr  Bank  B, N. A.
Lonedalt and Etploaeda
NOTABV ri nil.
FRED G. TURNER
NOTARY NJBLIO
I-oans,   Invettmenti   and   Insurance.
Boom 307, 633 Granville St., Vancouver, B. 'C. Phone 8009.   Land Htyii
try work a apeoialty.
You ate cordially invited to attend a Free Lecture on
Christian Science, under the auspices of First and Second
Churches of Christ, Scientist, by Virgil O. Stricter, C.S. of
Nt* York, N.Y., Member of the Christian Science Board of
Lectureship of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston}
Musj., in the
VANCOUVER   OPERA   HOUSE, ,
Sunday, Nov. 12, at 3.30 p. in.
CHRISTMAS
IS COMING
Private
Greeting
Cards
for
Christmas
and
New Year
Large   Books of   flainplei   to choott
from.
Prlcae from $1.36 par doitn, printed
with your own name and greeting,
OBDBB BAELV and aave disappoint
ment u favorltee run out of pilot.
North Shore Press, Ltd.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
BRSjt,     THV,
SPECIAL
Ut I tad 2, Block 9, D. L. 616.    M feet on carline
Inaide city limita.   All cleared.
Only $1500
$375 caah, balance easy.    Can be told singly il desired,
CARDINALL & MacGREGOR
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Waareiaa^aipMiakyolHotMes. We ahall be pleated
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»fHaly Writ
The International Bunday flchool Lesion
.Fourth quarter. Utaon VU Dinlo) 8;
VI-90,  November 13, 1011.
World's Temptrauco Bunday. Btlihai
lar'i Flats tad Fate,
There is not In literature li moro
vivid word picture tban that which do-
Bcrilnm the last night in Babylon. Out
of tb|t dim pt»l at two millenniums
ago tbe city is made to rita again in iti
magnitude, grandeur and strength. 1(1
walls, towering three hundred and Afty
feet, pierced hy a hundred brawn gates
inclose a commonwealth rather than a
metropolis, it is the centre of tlie traffic, art, and learning of the world, ami
into its treasures the golden streams of
tribute and trade aro pouring ceaselessly. Tbe gilded youth, Belsbamr,
is the untrammeled master of the scene.
He is crown prince, but acting at king
while his father, thetcboiarly Nahoni-
due, is absent from the capital in research or immersed in study at home.
Cyrus, tlie conqueror of the world, with
his myriad armies of Medea ami Persians, appears upon the scene. Belshas-
zar, flushed with tbe unrivalled
strength of bis city, does not so much
as inlinil the thought of its being luken.
Its fortifications are impregnable, its
stores ineiliaustihie. The incident of a
siege does not interfere with the ban
ijuet which has been planned. It is
hebl probably in the temple of Bolus,
that wonder of the world. Many temples of many lauds have been looted to
supply that table with its gold ami silver service, and there is the glitter of
"barbaric pearl." There are a thousand guests. What may have begun us
an orderly state dinner degenerates into a wilil drinking bout, iu the midst
of which au act of sacrilege is committed when the holy vessels of the temple
of Jerusalem are put to ignoble use.
The poet probably correctly diagnoses
the case wheu be pictures it as a deli
berately planned insult to .iehovuhi
"Jehovah, eternal scorn I own,
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iti JAntt^l pm memnh at P*M—"
Wbon.ZtVmV It thu. di.gra.ri,
drunk en idolatort prostnti
before images of their gada. Ai IM
Vary moment, in tk* fall light al ll«
cendlebrti whi«H may Ure bent tkt
golden candlestick from Jimnltie, a
band appears writing some myttm legend upon the plaster of Ike w*B. 1h*
revellers aro sober la aa iaalaat. A
pallor and limpness spread ovn am.
Then wat a tcurrying about far Skr
magi, but their skill failed th.m. At
tbe queen's suggestion Dtaitt it
brought ip. The king appeals U Vm
deferentially. Never did a servant at
Qoil show himself more worthy al He
high calling. He disdains lha praffeml
gifts, great though they ara. With |
relentless fidelity he points uul Bebau-
zer's coune aa compared with that ei
Nebuchadnezzar. Then he addresses
himself to tbe interpretation of Ike ia-
acrlntion. "Numbtrtd." "Weigh*.*."
'' Divided.'' Tbe last page in Bar.ylara
ian history is written. Ils Itatta i<
"linislicd." It ll weighed hy Ike un
erring hand of the Ood ot nations, an.i
In tpite of its phenomenal a.lraniages,
is found wanting. Anil now its jIu.iui
is irrevocably sealed, it shall he
broken, divided belween ils conquer
ors. The last act of Belshazzar ia Ik*
fulfilment of hit vow, ami the gnaliag
of the reward for the interpretation.
An empty honor that to be ruler nf »
kingdom even.then dissolving.
Tkt Teichtr's Lant.rn
lu the art museum al Boston there ;•
a very significant memorial of tins un
parelleled scene. He left il unfinished,
freely admitting his failure., it wa..
beyond his art in particular to | ..mf
the face of Belshazzar on recerviaa
Ilis doom. The scene has been la*
theme of several poems of unusual pons
er. Byron, Heine, Truly am! Milinan
have ull treated it with their gifted
pens.   Daniel,  the absteminous,  -r i
in tho presence of Ihe most luxurious
banquet ever spread. His temperam «
was a jewel which outshone all nibess.
The gains of temperance hast marked
Illustration iu the last great war. Ta*
Japanese arc absteminous. Tbe Win
missis, are not. Bulers have a moral re
spousiliility incident upon Iheir high position. To this Belshazzar was retreaal
The character of Daniel is all the oiose
lustrous when compared to that of Bel
shazzar. He was faiihful t.> l.iul ui
truth. Daniel made small ai-ciunt ot
material rewanl*. He served Hod n»c
for the profit there was in it. The pn.
phot did nut cringe before an absolute
monarch, the crook of whose do
ger might have "Haa the signal to hll
Ilis head from his Amblers.lie inter i
ed his message freely, Inbiul equive-
catiou. While walking wiNjJa Hebrew I
professor in the Jewish section of aeikvi
recently, he picked up a bit of aew.
paper. It wes Herman, printed in He ,
brew characters,   ll would, of course.
be iiuinteiligil.il' to one who di-l ami
.   |
know the alphabet of the Hebrew. s»:
the Arumuis words of Ihe n-, ,■ i fi,..:
on llelshazzar's wall may have beeu in
characters familiar only tn Daniel.
Young   Ptoplt't   Devotional   fenfe*
November 13, lull.   Isaiah 51:11tt
In the late Conference of • basilic*
ami Correction one of tbt greatest )..,'
tiers of Huston look Ibe floor to 'lectase
himself the foe of the saloon. He 4.1
"1 would focus my efort ou the thing
on which all agree—the evils of drink
inneil. Then I would tackle tbe saloon.
There is no neesl of the saloon. Th*
community i-oul.l do without it-would
never miss it.
tm. a, 1. ntmt
Wttktat tmUtUa
ww awwrnwrnmr  wwarmwwimw
CHURCH NOTICES
mui 111 > ium vm
Wtlketlal I la.ck    c.in. i  of Ilk a*>l
m Oi ome Dunilay lervlcia IHI.ai
and 7,30 11 in. Sunday actual and Hii.l.-
riast. 2.10 pm t.nlor Lcaaru. Una-
day, I p 111. 1'ravn ami i'rals. aVrvl..-«
Weilnesiluy. I p pi ' .lunior fjeajru*.
Thursday afternoon at 1)4 Pastor.
W   I'   H. llllli lu)
II. »«d....-» Kir.trl.ihM .....a.
Keith Roast -Service. 'J.n,n.. II M
.V.nlna. 7N0 Aduli Wild.- itas» lilt
tiumluy 81l1u.1l, IVi ll'."''i: Tue.-
duy. ui S p m. Prayer H.-nnj Wad-
ne.ilay. nl S pi m .'Imlr fj...si.»
Friday, ul I pm (Uu HoimIjI llac-l*!.
Mlnliter
II, luara IIjjsiIj.v.iiiI and lilh —
KvenauiiK. 7 34 p in Hoi) i'„|i,iiiiinlun.
1100 um. ae, mid Monday it, alary
month.
I.lrallua l»m> l.unsilalr Aff.au*
Silllilay Sel Vic.-a 1144 am. lum si»j4
7 15 lilll Tiu j.,lay I pm Tni.rs.Uy.
S I' 111 I'hlldrcn's Service. \' v,!n. 4,1.1 y.
I p.m.
Il.uilsi I karri. - Flfih 411,1 at
Oeorge Service, at II am aaa 7H
p.m. Sunday Scho'sl and Bible Hasa at
12IC pm Prayer and Praia* s.-rvs->,
Wednesday at S um Pastor. R*» A
.1   Prosier. Kill and SI. 43.org.
II. JnkD Ike IT.aaxrllal, Ilk aa. Iltk
Holy ''oioiiioiiioii i 4 in - Jfj.rnlBJ*
Prayer. II u in Kv, ulna fraytr, l.tl
pm On Ibe first Sunday in tbe mold
there will be a aeeon.1 . tlrbt*il*a nt
the Holy Communion at II am tttttmt.
Rev. MiiijIi Hooper.
. II. Maau.aV. I alkalle f kknk, Ualm
avenue.   Sundayn—Ifui. I ant    tern
day School. 2 30 pro    Rosary BeaeM.-
Hon ami serroOa; 7 24 pm
la.laa I alkali* Ikank ml tl. rasfa
Man. 7 20 am. Sundayi. Faitor. Re.
E.  I', yiiivln.  i) H I
MOUTH lOtlDIl.v..
VtetU,tertta Ikantn-Vloriblf.turn-
days. 710 p.m      Suntay School.    >.M
liiii    )1   Van Mumter, MA. Pastor
II. Tkoaa*.—I a m tf.ry loams
exc-pi flrsi Sunday In rounib Itt aval
jrlt Sunday In month II am. ItalMtV
LIUny and sermon, sreond suvt fawrlk
"ondiiy Holy Communion ant e.iaj.n.
rat and third Sundayi Vtaar. mew.
'. K. Rowy.
i.raa \iu.mt.
M.lkolUI 1 karat. - larvlatt nm
lunliy evening )n Ik. »■ rk.rck. al
1 o'filock
Holy- CommunloaT H.J-mS'. tm lm
tat of .Very month
Mountain Coat,
Deer. Bear,
and other big game
Our atechy il WINOHBSTBB, BAV-
AflB," EBMINQTON, MAUSBB and
other Uiat kM been canfully iiltcted
aad wa have till calibre kttt tuited
ta your particular requirement. Bvery-
by tbt practical hunttr.
paine & McMillan
PklKll
Wholesale aad Retail Hardware
FIRST STREET AND LONSDALE
it
IF YOU HAVE A BABY
(or expect one)
THE  NEW  BABY"
CJVES INFORMATION YOU NEED
ll tclfc how much baby dwuid weigh each month, how many
■atbet aad botv fad U diould grow, when baby should get its
ini Imde, aad eadi ot iht other thirty-one.
Il datws die ddfereoce between human and cow's milk
hoar lo taake 4e latter hie ibe former, just how often and how
ajsttb food baby aeedt, from tbe first week to the eighteenth
"Tbe New Baby" tells the expectant mother about her
•itt. ptoper exetote aad clothing, how to prepare for her ac-
rctsft-aatai. jusl tbe things die needs in advance.
Il it MflMes by doctors who are recognized authorities
oa tbtn vanoitt tabjedt and all thit is told in the fewest words,
ia tbe pliiarrt liagntgr, iateaded for the busy women.
The New Baby" it illustrated by 433 beautiful half-tone
rtprodaartioas of all the newest inventions for baby, for in-
slaacr, il sboui* a csib ibat goes over a bed without touching
it, allottaag a unitet lo lead her babe without arising.
A bakVtitb uatbotat a hard surface, that folds in . Iwo-
iacb spare ia orne muvoaeai, a hot water bag that needs no waler aad will day hot for a week, etc.
SEND FOR IT NOW
"TheNetv Baby" is NEW; you need it; every woman
aeedt al who tt alerested in a baby.   It gives the information
a mil*, ttaati every day.   We will deliver it to your home,
aa advaaced copy, oa receipt of 25 cents.
SATIRE: 1358 Broadway, New York City.
THIS WEEK
at the Cut Rate Drug Store
Kdlow'a «yni|i '. $1,M bottle
Allenbury'* Food ,...' 85c. tin
- ~    f'j.60 doz.
Hot Water fottlea, guaranteed
for one year  $1.75
Hot Water Hottlea, guaranteed
for two year*  $2.60
Wiocarnia  $1.26 and $2.00 bottle
Aotipon, Urge size , $1.76
a
We bate aow oa tale a new ttock of
Safety laam ttBuUr to Gillettet
 $lJ0to$8.00aacb
Nortli Swre Drug Co.
MTlOBASrkai B, Dn»iit
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