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VOLUME 13.
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NORTH VANOOUVER, B.C., FRIDAY, MAY 2\ 1912,
NUMBER 22
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Larger and Faster Ferry
Service To West Vancouver
TO BE INAUQURATED ON EMPIRE
DAY
DUNDARAVE SEEKS HOUSEHOLD
WATER 8ERVICE
The regular mooting uf Hit' West
Vancuuver council look place in He:
school huuse ut llullthum un Tueaday
afternoon, Ooun, Mathers presiding iu
the absonce of Beevo Nelaun, Hie oth
or absentee being ('nun. Hay.
The council faced the problem ut'
the inauguration oi ti mure rapid ferry
service belween Vancouver and the
new municipality. A letter Iruin the
Weat Voncuuver Transportation tympany am n. s i th.ii they could secure a steamer for this purpose, Hie
maintenance ni which wuulil eust $17
per ilay, She was iu readiness Incontinence ruuning un May 21th if tlm
council wuulil subsidize Hie service to
the extent of jiH daily. Tnis subsidy
it was explained, wuuld only be a lent
porary arrangement, expiring when the j»'"' ratepayers of Vancouver seekiua
compauy uml its louses uml equipment
aro  transferred   Hi   the   council,   Tit'.'
sleamer in tpiesliun is u sl cm wheeler
Ihe lim.ani Inlet, Tunnel nnd Bridg"
l.'uinpany's directorate was referred unread to tho irtiiispiiiiaiiuii committees
Messrs. Qreon und WHsli uf Nurth
Vuneuuver wrote the council regarding
ti gasoline launch purchasable at I'i,-
UUU. This boat, Iiii feet by II feet,
I||<kI IIU hurse power engines, uud ha.l u
speed uf HI miles nn hour. The latter'
was referreil to the transportation com
mittee.
Keplying to the request of Mr. Holierl
Turner I'or the opening of a roud tu lin
huuse, the cuuucil polutcd out Hint th"
building of the roatl would Involve tin
construction of u trestle bridge over
u gulch, liiinil bridge wuuld coal uliottt
$5,000. Tlie matter was left in the
humls uf the engineer, wbo might lc
nlile tu devise sume meuiis, of doing
the work wilhuut incurring this adtli
liunitl expense.
A petition eaine to hand signed by
it  number of residents of  Dundaravt
Sad Drowning Fatality
In The North Arm
CALAMITOUS SEQUEL TO EARLY
HORNING FIBHINO  SK
PEDITION     (t
BODY OF R. F. 800TT OF VANCOU-
VER RECOVERED A FEW FEET
FROM SHORE
culled   ll Allium"   now   iu     Now
Weslininsti r, Iter owner being I'uplatn
Unman ui lliul uiv. Site is luil feel
lit length, lias it I'l'ltlli ni Tl feci ilinl
commands a sp.nl nt nl'iiul Ili mill's uu
hour. She i- i tiiiiptiratii eii new, Iiuv
tug been lnnil a it'iir ugo and before
being berthed at Neu Weslnilnsler wu<
upernte'l I'lttieen Vuneuuier uml Hu
iven Island.
All    Merml,  moved  Ilml   lhe  Wesl
\at iter  Trunspurlutiuu   l'u.   be   re
quested in put on n larger ami faslei
luiiil in aieiiiiiiuniliile tne increasing
Irnllie, uml thut Hie transportation coin
111 liter be empowered lo make sin h
arrangements it ilh lite euiupany a
limy deem advisable lo secure the ul
ditionul in eniniiitiiliiiiuii. Tins was sec
niiile,I nni eurried,   Iluring the  weelt
a   l< Uei   hud   been   res en e.l   ir    llm
district of Norlli Vancouver cuclusiiu
a ilteipie lur S.iu,tlilil on ui-cuuut, the
ilistricl clerk jaunting out thul .-He
uuu  had  heel's expeii'li-'l   iiii   roads  :n
West    Vum oilier.
The  reporl    of  llm  lu-l  ineeling of
I household water service, ll was slat
ed that tiic petition wus to be fun
liter signed by u number uf Nurth Vancouver ratepayers, Tne matter was.
therefore formally referred lo llm ill''
uml light i iilninillee.
i'iiuii. Hint/burger moved Hint llm
ulliee hours nt lhe municipal otlieos be
inuii li to I un Saturdays, 6119 to 5
tut Tuesdays, uud II to ,'i nn every olher
ilay uf lhe week. This wus duly see'
oiidcd uml carried.
tin tin- mul mn ui i'iiuii. Merrick, tl
itus dnsiib-d Ihul lenders shuuld be call
t"l inr eleariug uiul grading ull roads
in II. I. I'll, lbc eouueil having rcsol.
e.l to accept the offer nl S. IliuMiurp
er I.td, of ll'l, ui res oi frontage froul
Unit ilistricl hit lor Ilie wiileiiing.of
Keith road, lhe t-uiulitiun being tint:
Hie euiiiieil should clear ami grade ull
mud allowances in D, I,, 2.11.
tin the nmi mn ot i'ouo. Merrick it
wus itl.-o ugrei'd lo 'till lor lenders I'or
the flouring ami grading of Tuyloi
road iruiu Mathers mud eust lu tie
ium linn of the old  Keith roud
Seural lenders were referred sum
inn ri I;, to the liuur-l of Works and en
Boxing and Wrestling
Local   A iliiiili    Club   Organizes   Big
Event
A holing uml wrestling lournaiiienl
uinler tin uu~j.il. s- nl the North Van
"liner Alhlili    i lul. is .luted lu lake
pluee    Huiiiillisll    inning    ul     lhe    old
lies nal    ground.     Mr    Frank   i'up
huiii, organi/i-r ui ihe Imal clui', has
worketl IniM upun the prop-el and has
musturctl for Ijtc invasion a line and
promising urray of cbmhnlanls. The
referee seeurcd for tlte night is Vi.
lltckanl, who is lo oppose Tom inv
Hums fur the heavyweight champion
• i.i|, of Canada iu Calgary next duly.
Mr. Hiekiir-I inlcnds lu tuke up his
temporary obodi' in Norlh Vancouver,
where be will train himself inlo shape
for this important couleal.
The wrestling sertiuti oi the pm
gram will be sustained by liml Hen
shaw, N. V. A. I'., ami Voung Hatch.
V. A. ti., and Harney Hoe, 11. A. ('., uml
ti. Cooke, N. V. A. C. The boxing ace
tion will introduce the following com
binatiuns: Sam flood, N. V. A. ('., ani
K. Moflou, N. W. A ('.; Oeorge Chris
Inni. N. V-. A. C, and Albert l,cc,
H. A. (!.; Art Kelso, N. V. A. I',, ami
K. Nor worth, V. A. <\; Fred Ostium,
air, bul for those who dread Hie inter
volition of ram on sue!) occasions it is
well tu | sl mil Unit tlm grand slam1
oceommoilules I,HUH regulutiun st/'
human boings. Mr. I'oph.ini announces
Hint uiiimiiiii ile- will be ruuning l>c
twecn the lerry whuri und the uid
Recreation ground.
ALEX. TUBNBULI, WILL Hill V.IIV.V.
All Beady for thc Qreat Lacrosse Match
Tomorrow-Both Camps Besting Pre
*ioua to tbo Struggle
Alei. Turnl'till, pruperli pi'euknig
the originator of the gante oi lacrosse us
it is played in British clumbia ami
Ihmughutil Cunu'la lutlay, the mint wlm
carried tlm Westminsters lo the highest
pinnacle of lacrosse fume uml the liesl
player iu the game tu Ins day, will re
force lbc first league match ui ths.1
season belween Vancouver, holders oi
the Minlo Cup ami New Westminster,
ul Hie Usual I'ily tomorrow, llotli
teams held their Imal wurkuol tester
day and are in the pink uf condition
for Ihe coolest. Tlie Westminsters aro
very confident of lauding the lirsl vie
lory according tu Wells dray, Iheir
manager, while Ibuse whu know most
about tbo Vancouver lineup confidently
eiprct  that   the  Toiiiini.il  City    Icain
A n lim,- expedition up the North
Arm of Burrurd inlet undertaken bv
Mr. II. I'. Scott of Vancuuver ami hia
brother, cauie lo a sudden uml terrible
close curly this morning. Tlte brothers
were enjoying u fow days' gasoline ex
cursitin nnd wero iu the region m
Wootllauds when t'hc drowning tragedy
took pluee. It appears iiiiii ai iih.sr
six u'clock Ihis morning Mr. Scott decided lo do it little bofore breakfast
fishing ami evidently wllh thm
purpuse in view rowetl uwuy l'ruin the
ami,mo,I lm,ml. His brulli'cr hear I
the-dinghy being launched, uml know
ing Mr. Scott's lilting for curly morn
ing fishing, came to the above natural
conclusion. A little later lie looked in
lhe direction lliut his brother hud been
rowing and was horrified lo see the
dinghy capsiictl. The scene of the
mishap was within easy swimming dis
lance   uf   Ihe   launch   aud   with   the
greatest possible speed he made for the
overturned boat, lie swam urouud in
a frantic endeavor tu liml his brother'.I
body but failed to do so, This is ex
plained liy the fact thai the body was
found later a fow feet frum shure. Tho
attention of Bobert Wiluun, whu is spe
cinl fonstnhlc fur this district, hit I
been attracted to the scene of the cab
amity ami Ih^ was giving Mr. Scott
every possible assistance. Ilis wife,
huwever, wua uu tlte beach uml il tvan
she wbu noticed llic body in ubout tea
feet of wuter a vory little distance
frum shure. The deceased lunl evidently
made an effort lu sunn lu lumi but had
failetl tu Ju su. lie wus beyond restis
citation when taken from the wuter.
The remains of Mr." Scott were eon
icyeil by launch to North Vumouier
ami nuti lie nl Hurrun's undertaking
purlurs, where an iut|uest will be lnl I
today at six o 'clock.
Mr. li. F. Seoll was Hell know i
in Vancouver und lunl mauy frien.t.
uu the North Shore. He wus it mil
I,mil, dark-complexioned mun oi mist
die age. Kurmerly lm wns eunncctcd
tilth Ike Scott Brokerage, but bud lul
tcrly devoted his attentions to other
lines of business.
Express Classified Ads.
WANTED
WANTED— Cordwood or  atovewootl
Waghorue, lioss Boad, l.ynn Valley.
BOY  WANTED-ln  Hurrard  Cigar
Factory, Lonadale Aveuue. 211 '16
Newsy Paragraphs
The ferry directorate hold ils regit j
lar weekly session Ibis iil'terouoo at ■"'
o'clock.
Death occurred ul New Westminster
hospital ou May IDth ui It. ,1. dor
tion, for many years a resident uf this
cily, age,I Mi years.
LYNN VALLEY NOTES
In fumfctpicnfc •()!' Hie upcuing of
lbe Methodist church,'the senilis in
Knox I'resbylerian church on Snmla.
next will be ubuiiiluncd. Tins is a re
iciproeal arrangement as the Metltudisl
, unroll closed duwii mi the upening duv
I Knox church last year.
At   the   opening   of   Hie   Methodist
iiui'h  oii  Sunday and  Moinluy next
I   is cxpei led   lltul   Dr.  ('annua, that
Miss Minnie Morris    has    bit    for  u'toruii uf Methodism, will preach. Ser
Alliertu after spending a  luoutioit  nl j \ i, ,-> will be held during lhe morning
Inn months nilh  her sister, Mrs.  K leuinmcncing ut 11 u'cluck ami oictiing
M. Hailcy, of --II Fifth Street East,      loom ncing ut   1 o'clock.   A  liani|uei
I will Uc held on Monduy eieniiig in tin
I'hurih lo wniolt '16 tents mil I.e ,-|tnr_:
ed. Besides the goo.l I lungs fdihh
'priiiided I'i llic la.lies, there promise-
tu he treats iii lhe way of spte. In -
ami songs.    A grout  lime is expo, to,I
Young mun wan Is room uml board
in private family. State terms, Box
ATI, Express Office. 11 ,'t
Two young ladies rei|Uiro bed room
with or without bourd. Apply Hox
A7,'l,  Express Ollice. ,'11,"i
WANTED-! hav,. $3,51)0 for tush
buy I). I,, 273 preferred. What huve
yuu got I Owners only. Hox 1971, North
Vanoouver. t.l.
WANTED -Hoy,  17 or  18, I'or gro
eery ami hardware. Apply Boult Bros.,
'i'.lril street ami Larson Houd lit tl p.in.
21 :,
FOB SALE
POll SALE Or exchange for real
estate. Is well furnished rooms. Ap
ply Ilox A7,"i, Express Office, 28 u
FOR RENT
BOQMS   FOR   UMN'I'    lit cheeping
and single   218 2nd streot east.
FOB KENT—1 roomed modern houie,
6 minutei from ferry.  Peers ,v Until
l'hono 188.
f
FOK
HENT-2
ruotued
shuck
with
water
ami cook
stove.
Apply
Mm
Knight
Tth ami Ridgeway
Avenue. 70
TO LET- New housekeeping rooms,
two and three ruum suites, It and ■: I -ei
per mom. .'IDS Second Street west 10 0
FOH KENT Furnished store and i
rooms ami large slore room. Fitted
with hot water. Would leuse for one
year at ♦l.i. Apply The Lodge, comer
L'lth uml Keith road W. 21 6
TO HENT—Esplanade East, 200 feet
from I.onsdulc Avenue, 2nd story, Hour
2oxl"2u feet, suitable for warehouse, gun
age or shop. Lane entrance street level.
Apply (.'. P. Wood, 1,11 Water .street.
21 a
FOH SALE House, suup, llllh slreet
uml St. George's Aveuue, 6 rooms, ce
tneiit basemeut, piped for furnace, lot
mix 1 fa) to lone, fenced iu uml garden.
Now rented $22.00 per mouth. Price
♦2,050, i'26i) cash, balance Kit) month
ut  7 per cent, Owner, Hox  1610, city
FOH SALE (lib street E. lot 7
Idock 1)0, D. L. not) Lovely f) roomed
bungalow just being completed. Has
eiery modern coutcutencc, spleudidlv
finished off. Built for Ihe owuer, i lose
to Hidgewuy school. Fine view ui In
let, Hay uud Mountains Price ♦I.OD'I
♦l,00D cash, mortgage $2,200. Balanc >
li, 12 ami D<. Apply II. II. Millard, cur.
Mb ami Lousdale. Phone 171. 21 (I
The monthly ineeling of the SI
Andrews and Caledonian Society tin
tuke pluee iu tlie Knights of Pylhtiii
Hull   tonight,   when    some    iniportunl
l.llsiliess   li'lll   lie   transit'to.I.
Mr. II I). Iltiggles yi'slcnlni rceeii
ed nllii ml nnlili,iiiun ni In- appoint
monl as peine magistrate inr Nurlli
Vuneuuier. He will a.--i
ties as sueh nu .lune   l-l
THE POWEE OF KINDNEHS
In
.will develop greul or strength Ihun
N. V. A. C„ a;td .1, Mucdunald, N. V.l|U|  0, |o(( tmm ai|1, w)„ ||f|k
A. (.'ji Bob Jackson. V. A. C, and Tout
5
drey, N. V. A. C.
I'liiu j j -ii I interesl will probably renin nmuinl a glove contest in which
tbe participants are to bo Abel Mr
Kay, 1. B. A. A , and Jounuic Leon
ard, late of the Kansas lily Athletic
Club, where he secured the welter
weight ami middleweight champion
•hip, Amain r interesting match rill
be lhal coitlesled by due Thomas,
S. A. C„ and Cyclone Scott, N. V. A. (,'.,
champion light heavyweight of (he
proline*, who lias recently been box
ing for the Hastings Athletic Club, but
who will now, like Johnnie Leonard,
box for tbe local association. Bob
Jackson, who is lo oppose Tom drey,
holds tbe lightweight championship of
tbe Pacific ('east.
Tbis army of capable glovcslcrt. together wilh the expert wrestlers whose
presence ims beeu secured, should prove
a solid iniigiii l to llic people of this
eity particularly lo Ibuse who have
t Mnn comer of the heart reserved
tut >lrst class sporl. This program of
'onlrnti will bt\ rendered In tbe upon
X
winning pure from  the slurt.
North Vancoover musters a goo,
company of lacrosse fans who will lo
well represented at tomorrow's event,
WBST   VANOOUVER   CONTRACTS
The Board of Works of West Van
couver district council has awarded the
eoiilracl for clearing and grading Hor
dun Boad and ingleivuuil avenue I'i
Nicholas I'oseo, and for Murr ruud to
Messrs. McPhcrson and  Armytage.
better  to  bavi1  old >ocond nuud   tliu
mends than none at all.
v   NOTICE
NOTJOK is hereby giien (lint nl!
monies due. on lumber shipped by ths
Seymour Lumber Company Limited
from February 1st, J0I2, iiiutU l.. paid
lo fbe uudersinetl af our "lime, 127
Lonsdale.
FilAflEB, OAMPBKLL * BARTON
COMPANY, - t.f.
The opening cruise uf the Nnrlh Vu,
euuver Yacht club will take pluee t,
morrow, Brighton Hl'ueh being Ih
chosen destination. In udililnoi tn
series nf week end cruises Ilie prugnii
fur the season includes n series nl Niec
tor the  Cites  , up ami   Ine  Hal helo
CUp.
To dissoeiate .lulni I an en Irom
West Vancouver would bo mils nlnu.
His iiuuic is just as uniquely  I'leniill's.
tilth    the    IteW    lllllllii ipallll      Us      Mat
coin's is witli wireless telegraphy
Everyone whu knows llqllyliurn knuit-
lluil Mr Lawson is llm "lath i
Hollyburn.""Hut it t- nut -n , mum,ml,.
known Ihul lie is aisii the faihci ei a.i
interesting Tittle Irihe ui dumb an
tnals.  all   cleanly   housed,   -lal,iei.    >i
puddookeil. and ea. I In i.lualli'lutiglil
In bchuie iiith the iilinost de, uroui in
Ihe (ireseiiee ni sltangors ami assist,
ivhen retjuire'l. iu tim eitlertuiuincul el
guests.
ijuile recently Mr. Lawson added on.'
more creature to un already pretentious
huneh. Tins nits a iriglileneil deer,
which ba'l apparently been chased 'urn;
was attempting lo swim llm inle! I:
ivus rescued in u very dcplorul'lc -inle
irnm the (lulf uf fleurgtu nmi na
taking liim l,i the forelock in a rcpn.r   |i|lun|  i])|()  ,,„.  ,,,„,,,., ,.,„.    u|     |N||
jnl, uiicxccoilcd  in  proporluitis in  ll. • j |Jlw,()lli   The animal is ium sulli.i.nlli
p,,rl of Vancouver. courageous to feci from lhe bond 'md'
will mil.nel   to human caresses.    Tli"
FOI! SALE -Vegetable nmi dowering
plants, all hardy, cool grown plants,
ready for transplanting April 2otb,cah
boge, savoys, curly greens, sprouts, 2
do.:, lo cenls, catllillottiT, celery, 1 do/.
lii icuts, loiualii plants, early Dower
iug chrysanthemums, lalceolanas, etc.,
etc. Open fur business ufler 5.110 oven
nigs. Saturday uinr I p.m. Note ml
dress, I'.iiiiigslone. opposite No 2 Fire
Ilull, I.Hit street. 1 ll
FOII SALE Hi-I um corner lot ou
llm Hi-ami Boult turd tilth new strictly
modern ID room uou-c. $Mngl. 1.1.000
lush, lailame n,,r .'I ..ears Terms Ij
suit. House ililil ni i r all HI rooms
ulso hath, pantry ami troni: mums, two
lire place.-. basement tilth hot air fur'
nace, hut ami cold water in bed
rooms, Ihroo .oramlah JL P O llux
222.'l, North Vaiiiuii.,1 TliOito 1,12,'.
loti
FOI! KENT Large slun an. lu-r
ruum Hal, complete unit lath ruum
Fine pusitiuu un curner of Centre Hoad
lind carline. Apply Met, hauls Trusl
\ Tru.iiitg Co.. IIII Peniler •ireet "■•'
ar   Lynn   Valley   bruin li   ulliee       I.l
POULTRY    FOB    SALE
FOH SALE--Settings of Mammoth
I'ekin Ducks. Prise slroiu. Pboue 100.
FOH S)LE- SclltDgi of Eggs and
day uid chicks from prize bred S. C.
While l.eghuru. Partridge Wyandottes
ani Huff Orpiuglous. Mrs. .1. E Lee,
Lynn Valley Poultry Yards, Dempsey
Hoad, I,yuu Valley. Leave car at Con
Ire Hoad. I'oslal address, Box 2111,
N.  Vaucuuier. I.f
MISCELLANEOUS
(lot il ul  I uitsdiile Phut macy Pboue ii
Ice, lie Cream, buttermilk. Mill.
Cream and Duller, Purity Creamery, 1,'ei
Second street west.
If you huie uny property to sell and
want quick results, list it with Short,
Robertson and Seymour. I.l'.
Lee Yiek S, Co , geuerul merchandise,
171 Second Street Wcsl, Norlli Voueou>
ut, ll  I.'    Employment Ollice.
If you huie uny properly lo seli an!
want quick results, list it with Short,
Hobcrlseii uml Seymour. t.f.
has   tor
u   Wallas.',
'eos.-ltlllel 1
is almost '•
The   nor1,
The S.S. Cheli.lisin. ti
some little tune been on
ways undergoing repairs
l>y a mishap in the Shot
in  lirst cluss shape agaii
on t'ue I'helohsin  wns under  Irtmi
amouuling lo £10,1)110, wilh a ♦.'mil |" 1
day demurrage clause    The tune hunt
is not up until tomorrow, ulso Ihut thai
local   shipbuilders   have   succeeded   in]
The local members of lhe Order of
Eagles Were responsible for an inlirelt
siii-cesiful "smoker
contention "It's all done
ness" is very often ohuscsl
by    kind
iu prnff
11 IliV li mills nt'juiuual circles, bul in the ease of Mr.
Pythias Hall last nigbt. The attendant's' | Lawson's pels it is an absolute truism
was good despite tbe iuclcineiil iven J1 i» horses practically know nothing of
liter and Hie program was remarkably the sharp Inkle of Hie whip line tan
full of, good tilings. A Kangaroo court protend vigorously lo be about lu be
was a feature of llic evening, the oil labor Daisy's bead wilb a stout slick,
ministration of justice being such thul bringing the implement wilbin un ace
relief Ih.: ojsssi
Nortli Vanoutit
a police mage Hale bus been officially | handkerchiefs, shake hauds ad libtlum
capital songs and recitations wercrcn 'and kiss bis proprielor's foce wilh ob
tiered, ond Ihe event as n whole wns a
ineiiiorable one.
one hears Willi relief tbis^toruiuglhal   of his nose, und he won't blink un eye
appointed for North VoucoUier. Many [lid.   He will retrieve au.v.uuinber Of
The Norlli Vancouver corps of 'iin
lulum Field Euiiu'crs held Ineir iuilinl
rally in thu,temporary drill hull, j.ut
son's Pavilion, lust night. There trus .1
musler of about forty men, Oils uuin
ber being augmented iluring the even
Let ua not be too particular.   IU kiting by several more who were' modi-
vious enjoyment.
Nor is this nil.   There
lhal whispers.
cicn a do
ally examined and formally enrolled.
The first tlrijl gave' promise of greal
tilings. The members of the corps were
smart ami attentive and evidently not
lacking in that enthusiasm which is
necessary lo uiuke the project a success. The officers present were Capl.
J. K, Ward, Lieut. P. Ward and Modi
cal Officer J. J. Thomson,
LEAP YEAR HONORS
ll is rumored thai .1, W. Stebbiligs,
late of tlur Kxpress will shortly join
Hie ranks of Ihe ■benedicts. Norlli Slior.:
friends of the giuoui clcel offer hourly
congratulations.
It is to lm twice when you can cn
i"V  the reioiieoiioti  of your earlier
W. S.V
TENDERS WANTED
For the sale of lot 11, block 114,
D.-L. 274 aud building thereon known
us 81. Andrew's Presbyterian church.
Tenders'to be for cash or tonus and
to bo so.nl lo the Secretary of Iho
Heard of Managers, Box 20,'IC, Norlb
Vancouver, liy order of tbo Board
of Maiiagcrs. tit
Hutchison. CiiinpMt'ii k l'u , the huus •
agenti Humes H> unl in all parts of
llm , ily. Moderit ml,ins mill dirap
pouring beds-Is. Stoic Si I minloni liat.-
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HOW
BRITAIN    QUARDB
HERITAQE
HER
Facia About Naval Rffleloncy
(By Uiiiioit Dates In the Montreal
Standard)
"The maintenance of naval suprem
any is our whole foundation, Upon tt
stand not tho Empire ouly, not merely
the great commercial prosperity of our
people, not merely a flue plact in tho
world's affairs, but upou our naval au-
premacy sUnds our lives aud tht freu
limit we have guarded for nearly .1
thousand years."
Mr. Winston Olmrchill at the Guildhall, Lord Mayor's Day, 1011.
Thut heritage which has been vouch
sulci lu the English nice lo keep -the
lierilitiie of ocean power, is no light
linn;: tu be juggled with by uuy pnli
lieal party, It is 11 heritage Ihut can
mil be upheld by the provision nf u
niggardly vincible Heel. The wifrtls "tin
lirilisli nun" shuuhl lull one inlu 11
sense uf peaceful security. Vet nini'lsl
till the-turmoil of war scares, the power
standards, the demand for greater es
peit'lilure un the Navy, how few liter"
ure who have bul lbe vaguest kuow
ledge uf whul Hie baubling uf 11 super
Dreadnought roull) uu -
ll  is the purpose uf ibis officii' to
endeavor in show whut un   enormous
iiinoiuit of work, time uud money is es
ponded   V single ship uf this cluss
iu urder thul the people of Canada
nun so deeply lliteresleil in nuvul mill
lers   muy liuie 11 inure thuruiigli reul:
'til 11111 of the inuniier in whicii England
lins been uml is -till securing uiloquul
proloelion   for  her  nisi   possessions
Tl Id or.lor ili.iiigeth, perhups ntim
in the mn 1 Iiiun uul where, lur tbert1
eieri improvement is iiii iii'l to further
inliiry Al prescnl lliere ure llliglili
vessels ulimit which inake the original
" Drclldliollghl " lllinnst ebeuli'll', Tin
introduction ni motor driven baltlesltips
is now uuii a question of Ijmi', uml if,
us Hear Adutirul llacon prediels: "Th'
liiiltleslup us nuw kltoivn will probably
slot clop iruin 11 single ship into it bulll''
tuul consisting of 11 lurge urinorisT ortii
ser miii alien,lunl torpedo .raft." no
muy picture: a huge inustinliiii, tunnel
less, un uVmored upper deck lu protcel
her uguinsl .hinil attack, u row ui lot
rets un llm "'litre line, lun ing un ull
rutin.I an nl lire, ami round Iter us sh '
plunges iliiuiigli llm wuler, u hiH tii
tun -an llilis iiinlhcrc'l In 11 single ur
inured < rui.-or ull iuuiielless, all snuil.e
loss, the liiiinnii  iloin, nl  hidden nway
lll'lllllli   the   llllll.
ll lull I.e but 11 sliull while bi'fol
the HreU'lnuiighl, ol tiliuin u •'"■
proudly vaunted, Unit site could uue
her single poller destroy U whole lun
tile iiiiii, will find 11 plllee lllnuligsl III,'
retired line III lhe Snleiil. the "Id,lie,,
linn"  ui  the  nail
title uf the lirst operations alien.lain
upon   llm   const ruction   ol   11   minimi
worship       lliiil nl  laying the keel
is ultuiis markc'l In  it ceremony,      ll
the most. imiiortynt fwttoM,1 Tho mot
eru warship must lie so eonslriictod
thai it can bo lost by no single blow,
uml ilostriietiuu cun only be effected in
pieceiuoiil fuslilon. Titeso compart
•limits must be watertight not only to
themselves, Imt to 0110 another.
Any ono part of the ship can thus be
Hooded, without causing the destruction
of tin: whnlil vessel j if 11 breach is effected iu the si'lca or bottom of tbo
vesuol at miu point, tho crisis is mot
by elosiuu off that sectinu frpm ull
othor parts uf tho vessel. Tbo iiihv
ships curry Ihis principle sn fur thut
the engine ruum li'divided into two
pactions, ouch of which iu 11 water tight
compartment uml one of which oun be
ivrt'eltt'il uml llondt'il withuul ttlTooliiu'
lhe other uud without disabling Iho
vessel.
Tlte problem of 11 filler tight coin
jiurtinenl is the problem of ils doors or
olber melius of eiiinuiunlcjillon, It
wuulil be 11 simple matter to make 11
011 ion of a ship pormiineiilly wuler
light. Tlte difficulty conies -in cue
slrucliitg il so Ihul il elilt lie liiudo wu
lerlighl  ul  very sliurl  notice nnd  vet
cun be left in very s| ly coiiiiuiinicn
tiuu willi the rest uf the ship under ull
ordinary circumstances.
Much ingenuity has been expend''I
iu atli'iitpliiig In discolor no iitiloiutili
type oi 'lour for wuler tighl eoinpur'
monts uud pruhnbly beforo long Hm
will lie 111-tllllliy uceuiuplisll
int'iiutimc the closing of th
a unit ter ulimli sllll depend!
, iplilm  Ilf the clew
Sii llm Hurl, iii liiiililing up the inter
mr goes 00 iimler the direct supenis
mn ni Hie 1 liiei construclnr, He group.
his IH'M illsh. iimler llm Jp'iids ol
lieiiins, ptllurs uml decks. The bourns
make the filllll'i Hon unit lhe iruin
friiinos, und purl oi their tusk is
to provenl the rnekiiig oi llu- ship doe
Hi rolling. Tlte pillars are llu chief
support fur these lieunts. Tin' decks of
11 warship ure designed for slructurul
.ironglh. Thoy preserve tin sltibility
,il the snip und tbey protect Iter uguinsl
shell lire. Tlie slicks must ulsu In'
sirciiglhc I fore ami ul't uguinsl   III'
lilasl ul the ship's 1,nil lug glllls. 'I'll '
mighty l.i .", iinh gnu- "it lhe ue" I'i'
ul hulls   iiinii   Hoi   uie   Iired   produce
In Ih
Hit
inuis'.hate 'himiigc in un
he dock.
k purls uf
lm
1 uiiio su-lniiinrs for 11 little gn
kyurd nllii'T- lu giillut ami in
is  oi   special.!   urniiq
ollim   the  keel  plate
position     Tim   keel   pal,
li l\, I  long, uml ut Hie toll' ll
l/e litlge plute null es 'loll n
lllll   III"'   ni   keel   III". I,-
niasstie   piienniutii    rtietler    1-    tl
Iiiii.losl  iiili, j,1,-'In,1, inul l,i   lhe mm
n.i 1,t   nl   11   soon.I   swill li   the   first   red \
hot   rtlt'l   is  Union   Inline     lli'fiin   III''
[in I is 1 ul.l She initials or llu hull per
funning the oeninoiii  um slunipe.l on I
lis heud.
From  Iiiiii  lune forward siinrin- nl
workmen   lake   possession,    ami   Ilmi
wnrk   liy   'lai   ami   niglil        Huge   an '
lamps  ure  creeled  uml   111   Iheir   l-n! 1
Inul   liln/e  the  work   goes  on   iitoeu-  1
ingli. Wlowh iin- mighty  frame   worl, <
grows   higher,    ami     the    scaffolding j
denser.*   Then tomes u    day    iilmu llm!
hull    -  ll   eolilpleleit   skeleton,  ami   Hi '
work  ilf'put I iug  on   Hie   inner  f rolll"
Work   1 oliillieti.es      In    the   incalilvhih
the huge armor plates ure being prcpur
e.l.     Much of tins material euines to
lite hands uf the builder carry iug al
ready the seeds of decay.   The plute-
haw "mill stale'' uml this bus to he
Ireated Willi acid.   All lim plates ur.'
of  specially  armored   steel   The   co-'
runs from Vim lo 1199 per ton and Hi"
thickness varies front  7 to  VI inches,
In the original Dreadnought there nm
l.Mio tons tit armour pluttug.
The plates arc lined to I'm' frame li."
rivets, and lhe riveltiitg is u luatlet
tii'i'iliiig especial, care. If holes un
punched in steel it is thereby weak
ened, so lhe boles are drilled. The
illustration showing the plating of uo
iirnmr plate gives some iden of tlm
number of rivet holes iteedi'd. I'm
vision most be made against their Ily
ing out yf place owing to 11 blow n-i
the plate from 11 hostile shell. This is
guarded against liy a Ian king -beliiinl
Hie armour, A lirst class liuttieship of
lhe present day has three skins "to lie
pierced before a vital point can lie
reached, and at the keel she has two
skins' wilh water tight comportments
botween.     A large section of   the bo!
I"in   |)f  a   sll|"T llreii,Iii.night   unil.I   be
tore away without destroying Iho buoy
aitey of Ihe structure. Once the plait's
are in position ami. the bull which has
now cost some »fi,W0,b<W completed,
tho work in the interior begins Tlm
water tight comportments are   one of
lei 1,
ti th
soke
"I'l"'
Hung
„,g It     IS
lur comfort
plunking
The lll.ll
I.Illlnll Wl
tlllie.    the    C
Inul,led
Ihllt   sh.
plot ion.
iiiuiii   inspei
the   Illlllnil   ll
little   lot.   lieen   d
'III.
The   .llll    "I   lhe
holiday   " ll"   !>'
creeled  I.l   the sfl
Inr stem
loeurilleil   tlilli   llll
1 )n her prow   1-
11I a ship i- lis tin
■ ginler nl 11 build
III inly ui steel liill
I. ooiere.l llllli th
engine.     It  lul:'  mude  possilllo a  high
range.of speed, which was quite impos
: ililo with tbo reciprocating oiiginess
Hu far it lias no| been universally adopted, lu the navies of foroign powers
tl|o turbino Is less popular than in tliu
British, tj 01110 engineers express doubts
us to its oiiduring qualities, os compared with the reciprocating sort. But
tho Hrilish Admiralty seems confident
thut. tlio steam turbine is tho best typo
uf steam engine as yot known, ami wo
may bo confident that in mutters of
change tho Admiralty is inclined to
conservatism rather Hum to rashness,
Httrliiiitly thoso engines proved sal-
isfactory in the indomitable, when
she cnnveyoil King (leorge (then
I'riuce of Wales) lo Ijiiebcc in HIII8 iu
connection wilb Iho celebrations. Ou
the voyage buck Iho vessel mude "
speed trial ami (ruin Hello Isle Hi Klin1
uei averaged 25.13 hunts per hour, Tli,'
keenest interesl wus luken in lhe trial.
The imiii stoked fur till they were wiTrlli
und inni us it volunteer assistant
une occasion tho I'riuce himself, wh.i
stepped luun llulil Ilis ruling IIS llll
Admiral ami became fur llu- lime a
stoker,
A I rip llirough the engine room of
11 Hreiiiliiuuglit is bewildering uml iiiiiii/
ing. With the exception ui lhe lit iiu
ipiurlors Inr ulliecrs und ini'it llio whole
hull is packed with machinery. Timing.1
lhe muss uf whiiels, roils und wires lire
pierced little skulls uml drives lllonil
uliiih line skilled mail'11'war's iiiun
pusses with lhe quick speed ut a tab
bit in its burrow, but which mai.
every step une uf trepidation inr llm
liiodsiiiiiii. Tin-re is inni'liiimry every
whore, uud 11 ull seems lu be moving
ur If'1111I mining bidding mil llm still
meiiuco of deadly electric power.
10 ull Ihere an ul least one hundred
machines to be lilted in ilm interior.
Steam tutu Innes to drive the ship; llm
steering geur, lhe ilyituuios; electrical
imu lum- Hi help In hit guns, to giu
illumination uml llmuns oi eollimllllieu
Hon: hydraulic iiiucliinOu In work th
ritoitsler guns, lhe turret's ami llic nu
lerlighl cumpurtmi'lit; ciiiiipressed in:
tiiiiihiiies I'or lite lorpeilii sen ice;    re
nin  in lur cut
k. belnre lhal
Oimrgl ol lhe in
Nol   lhal   Hi.    lain
er   n   lhe
uppuinleil
lu   Hnt.   il
I   tin
lean, imaring emp
is mil 1:11. one in
lessel jusl all i'
rt'iili/llliun oi ll>
to  her   is  upplll
renuiiA is 11 gmu
Hugo .lnml. ur.
it the ship, and a
the luun. lung plotl'il'lli glnl'
an.1 lb,nois
Inni-  a   huge  gat
ed
In
1 laml of doners I'.arli ut llm uu
1 the crowds galliot ami In nnun
1 plii.e where a inn in bo nlitlli
Milken up.. Throughout the pr
> night uml lhat inurniiig men bun
nil worl,. -innllmnng the Initio Inn,;
wins    nilh    Inns   of grouse      Olher-
iiute 1 ti lin king uwuy tlm dogshores
I which hold lur 111 plait'     Dm or Iwo nf
these ure fell   llll the  lusl
I Hi the side oi the launching plat
form   is  u   spmc   reseried     for     Ih"
II hu roll 1 Imu ami when lhe dislinguisli
e.l  purli  of  Hoyul guests uml ling of
' li.crs tirrne, 11 religion- seruee is at
.once held. Thai - one ol lhe mosl uu
pressivi' features oi 0 lltiiiien     lu    Ih
still uir the swcci  i s of ilie choir
llnul op listened In by lhe thousand.
thronging uround. It is always u woo
derful sen ice, a humble ami yel coiifi
ileal invocation lo llm supreme powei
far guardianship uml safely.
The service out, lhe lady who is In
perforin the naming cvrcmony is pre
tented with u bottle of nine, uml rms
ing it, slic shivers Hie gluss lo atoms
uguinst the prow.
Dowu the stent puiirs the ri»lt liqu'd,
"I christen' this ship- uml may
good link alls I- lur ilml ull who sail
iu her."
Then with u gulden knife sue i-uU
lhe rope holding the last' dogshorc.
There is a mighty crash us it falls
away. Just.u second's pause and then
lhe mass of steel and iron begins lo
move, "She's' going." Thousands of
voices lake up lhe cry. Gradually the
pace quickens und then feeling Iter
freedom Ihe grout itulli glides down lb"
the wuys, gathering impetus froui'lh"
onrush of her lusl bulk: then return
iug lakes her to ils bosom uml she
flouts easily ami cooliili'iilly.
Hut a few hours and her period of
existence in her native clement is eu'
short, sh" is towed inlo dry duck and
once again the swarms uf men besiege
her. The boilers and engines ure all
lowered into the depths of the ship ani
llllcl. In all those modern warship*
the method of propulsion is liy turbines
aud in all the latest vessels provisioi
is iiiuiii- for the ub. iituiioii of oil for
coal fuel.
Tbe turbines represent a reversion to
the very first type of steam propellcl
frigcratiiig muchiiii's to pnn uie Inr lit
cooling uf llm niuga/ine ami Hu lie
comfort uf llm iluu.
The     llreiullioliglil     tip'
UJ ill- ll  when one llTler-sl   gcll
ils    v'usl    size.    Hul    inipre
when uim. collies Hi u dll/t'd
.tun   ui   the   ilililule   del
nine oi spi   grout  nun bine.
The  underworld   being  more  nr  lc, I
nllllplcle   wurk    I-   < ollllnci I   1111   tim
Inrre-I   ami   siipcrslrin lure Mum
llinnlli. elapse l.elole Ilml l|l. Ilm-li
esl.    The   lll.lt llllll   guns  cost   liiiililing'
impress.".
to roull/"
...es    must
eilllljllehell
1   ami   bul
from *5(I,IW0 lo"$fl0,n<10 each. In
now Orion thero are ton of tlioso weapons in addition to 114 0' tbo i-\l.l.
guns. Home idea of tho cost of naval
warfare at tho present ilay may lio
gathered from tho fact that the Cjjht
of firing ouo shell from these larger
guns is something over (01)11,
Tlio boilers and interior machinery
of tho vessel runs into two millions
of ilullars.
Ono new feuliirt: iu tliu latest ships
is Hint all the I.l.0 inch guns can ba
Iired in tho one hroudsidc. That makes
for iui I'liiiriuuiiB incrciiso of lighting of'
llcieney. It. calls fur elaborate pre-
cautions uguinsl guns being Iired ut the
danger angle i.e., in such 11 direction
1 Im 1 the shell of one gun muy not bit
lite muzzle of another. This will lie
readily UllilOrstOOtl when it is kept in
iiiiini Hint all Iho big guns ,nl'l, slur
board iind purl can bo swung round uu I
trained lu the sumo target uiul Ilmi
simultaneously.
The Iripud musts which lire becoming smaller in each suuceodiiig ship,
ciin I ni 11 on their lower turret the lire
cuul ml stutinn. i'rnm Ihis poiut nil
llm inr, liani-in of the guns is governed.
lino ilay, nearly Iwo yeurs ufler tbo
launch, the t iiinpleleil vessel, resplch-
hnt in tier iresh grey paint, lies a!
anchor ra lhe harbor uf her tiativ.'
purl. Sume niii officers und melt are
alumni her If site is a llugsllip site
bos Ihere umnliiig the urriinl ul her
chiel' ullicer, Ihe Admiral When he
stop, nn In lhe '|iiurler dock, the Hug
nl llio Admiral goes op lu Ine must
und al llm stem Hunts the While Kll
sign   the emblem ul the Hrilish navy.
II. M s is nun  10 coiiimissioii.
she is ihe Inlet addition hi II M.
Nittv A. she proudly streams uwuy
un hor lirsl uiyuge one realizes how
nisi is tin lim. of uiuililuiliiug n pow
rd lu bring lo life, su quick
0 The inimutroiia strength
leplitinl comes null nl slow
ime allaincil, it is slow lo tie
,n uml lull Hut llm uiul of seu
niter seems llllliusl shorter ol bte
lllll  ill   gosllllion
er  su
ll,    dco
Ul      III''
grniilii
JOB=
PRINTING
AT THE
EXPRESS
Tht Queen Talks to
Hir Childrtn.
Daddy's Bedtime
Story—
A Royal Prank
And What Came
Ol the Ventuie
E
VKI.VN hutl been deep In a fairy book when the cull csme lo gu In hod.
"My. lint I should liko to bo u princess!" alio cu mmu ,1    "Then i
1 mild do us 1 plonsed."
"Ob. u lino iiiiin imi you would muke!'1 Jeered Juck
"I'm uot sine u pi'luceta cuu liuie her wuy us often ua a little Auierleau
girl may," duddy aold thoughtfully.
"Queen Vlclorlu of England (aught her children to he kind aud tbotighllul
of eveu Hie biiinbleut persou whom Ihey met.
"The i.i"ii la luld that one duy some of tbe iillle induces nod princesses
were olrolllug through lbe hallo uf ber palace when thoy spied a uiald black
Ing uud pollabiug Ibo grata uf the open flrepluce In oue uf Ihe big ruums.
"Ouo of tbe • bikini! (bought what u Uue Joke It would Lio tu steal lu. get
tbe 1 l.'s isiiij: befure tbe uiuld noticed tbem and then black ber face with It.
"Tbey carried uut tboir Juke, uud after ll lhe poor girl wua a tight. Nut
ouly wus ber faco bluck. but Iter dress aud aprou were covered wltb blucklug.
"Tbey auou furgot ubout their prank, but somo oue happened lu tell their
lu.iiliet, i.ui,on Vkturlu, uf whut tbey bud doue. She wot very angry uml
culled the cblldreu befure ber
'"Cau It be fn itsie that yuu have beeu su rude und unklud tu this poor
girl?' aald lire quceu steruly.  The children 1 mild nut deny It.
'"Iluio yuu uuy escuse tu uiuko fur spoiling ber dress'aud waking tpurt
of ber?'
"Somebody veulured tusuy sheepishly tbat it bsd beeu uuly a Juke
"'It la a uaugbty Juke und uubocuwlug a ruyul prince ur princess,' aald
tbeir nmiimr miiiii
" 'We um sorry nuw.   Wo did uot tblug then,' some little culprit apokc up
'" 'Very well   It la lo lhe poor girl herself aud uot to we you mutt aay you
tire aorry.   Resides, yun musl buy ber unulber dress.   ICueb uT you must aave
up yuur pocket tituuey until you buve euougb to get a olco oue.'
"The little princes aud princesses looked at out anotber In disomy. After
Ibeir talk Willi Ibeir uiutber Ibey were aabawtd of wbut Ibey bad done nnd
did not like to go tu tbe aervaut wilb an apology. But tbey could do tbut
mure cheerfully ibuu deny Ibeiusolvos tbeir pocket money. The quean, llielr
mother, allowed tbem each u awull weekly tuw, uo wore than mauy uu Awcrl-
< an l,oy ami girl wlioae parent* ore uot oven rlcb lu given
"I be children kuew lbat wbeu tbey were told by tbeir mother tbat some
thing should be duue tbey muat obey. Bo eluwly and aadly tbey went to look
up ihe tenant girl and tell ber tbat tbey vert aorry aad tbat in place of the
'lies:, which tbey bad spoiled tbey would buy ber another and bandaumer one."
WE HAVE
SOME VBRY OHOJOE BE8IDBHTIAL PROPERTIES IH
AU. PARTS OF THE OITY AHD HORTH LOHBDALB DIB
TBIOT.
« '    BBB OUR LIST BEFORB PUBOHASIHO.
=
184 Second atreet
L. L. WOODARD
HORTH VANCOUVER
/I
I J I ll-, Ij/M |V|_,UJ HU|\| I (  VntlV-UlZ 1 Ml| H' v.,  ,,-..^...,   ......
The Canadian Bank
of Commerce
SIR EDMUND WALKER cv.o. u.d. d.c.l. President
Alexander Laird, John Aird,
General Manager.       Asst. General Manager.
CAPITAL $16,01)0,000.
REST $12,1100,000.
Temporary quarters   of   lhe Norlh Vancouver Branch,
Esplanade West, near Lonsdale Avenue.
A General Banking Business Transacted
Interest paid on Savings Bank Deposits of One Dollar and
upwards.   Withdrawals may he m.u it- at any lime.
J. A. FORBTBB    Mauugor.
West Vancouver
Choice Homesite Properly, close to the Government Road, and overlooking the sea.   Mosl suitable for subdivision.      D.L 1082, N.W., 1-4
$1350 per Acre; 1-3 Cash
D.L. 1100, S.W., 1-4
$800 per Acre; 1-4 Cash
JOHN ALEXANDER & CO.
121 LONSDALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVER
And Corner Marine Drive and Man Rd., Dundarave
Contractors, Builders, Storekeepers, and Employers
OF OFFICE HELP, ETC, ETO.
UM-,I unly lu |'Iiiiiii.' III!I lu have ull iu.tin. i.., filled. NO OHABQE
to EMPLOYES or EMPLOYEE tlioro/oro lliere l» abiolulely nu ne
I'eiwity lu utilise einjiluiiiieiit Ageociw in Vuiuuuver, ai a (omjilelo
Hal   ui till  clo8«e» uf  workcru in lti'|it at lliu
CIVIC INFORMATION AND LABOR  BURKAU
Phone '321.     14 Lonsdale Avenue.
W. B. HOOD, Secretory.
North Shore Locators
WE HAVE EXCLUSIVELY
Block 12a   D. L. 550
Cleared Lots fronting on the carline
and Grand. Boulevard, $900 up.
One-quarter cash, 6, 12, 18 mths.
Record Railwj
Building in B.C.
Great Activity In All Boctlons of Province—Oowtrjr of Vaat Elclioj Being
Opened for Development.
in no niliiT |iroviiii'ti in (iiiiuulii iv
thoro bo much ruilwuy ilevuloiimeiil
unil noimtructioii work in program or
in iiiimniliutn uiglit :i■■ there ia today
in the jiruviiieo of lirilisli (,'oliiiii|iii.>.
Tli ie ia attributable to iiiany ruiwiw,
but lu a largo extent it in to be tli-
redly ilne to tlie working out of till)
railway politiy of tliu MrHriilt,' puv-
vruiiieiit. Of I'titirHe there in the or
iliuiiry railway ppggtiwotloii Imliiilcot
by the tlovolopn)tn| iif buil||0»8, wlneli
thu railway companies ilu uoi always
meet an quickly iih they might, Hm
thero In ti very exluimite mileage ii'i
prtiHent lu existence or iu proapoct
which iH the tliroct rosull of the pro
photic vision ninl brood «totomiiuiiRhi|i
of Hit' premier of im - proviuet:, uiul
biiHi'ii no llu.-. are the construction
I'luli.  wliii*li  Iiiiini'  uiul   fureigit   niii
ivuys huve I n   furtetl  inlo by  llio
competition Hunt liruuglil about.
There in ut thin moment being Ini'l
uut un Vancouver IhIiiihI lhe uitiM
weMterly portion of une nf thu greul
transcontinental lint's uf (luiiiuhi.
Blnrling jusl oittsiilu lhe city of Victoria, lhe roadhotl hus been in ctuirite
uf preparation fur sume mouths uiul
is being presseil un towanl lliu present
goal, which is llullli' l.iilte uiul Strath-
iiiiiii i'nrlt, that ivuuilrouh pluy grnunil
uf ti nation which lhe government is
bringing into being uu tlie islnnil,
Boglnulng ut milengo 4.7 there
stretches out towanls lhe setting sin
ii grade which is pronounced un
r,liuill,'sl in tiny land fur solidity ur Hi >
ulher conditions which muko fur Ilf
safely of Die traveling public, from
lliul point lu mileage ,'111 the gnuling
uf Hie line lius been completed, il"
livccu mileage 'li uml 115(4 Hie grading
will be fiuislteii by the eud uf next
month. Ou litis suction uf the ruud
llic bridges iiiui thc fences ure cum
plt'led fnr Hie greater portion ui Ih.'
way uud Hie whole work will be u<
luinplislieil bv the latter days uf April.
A contract has been lei lo Muure «
I'etliick, ns lius been already un
iiniiuced, from mileage 111,1,,. In mileage
ItH). Ucliveen mileage -HI und mileufje
ll'l u niinil."i uf men have been eu
gugt'tl nil winter in Hie eleariug uf lite
right of way, Imt uu grading hus been
undertaken as yel. From mileage IM
lu IUU the clearing will be about 7,1
per cent, completed I'.v the end of lie'
111 on Hi, ami grutlilig lias lieen done on
sections uf lliut; while uu lhe re
iMimlcr uf the whule lin wiles litis
work will be rushed. A large force n
is lu be put un the work iu a fen duy.i
at this end. Frum the terminal ul Iho
prescnl cuntruct un tu Allierni, tin' tun
trails will he ready fur letting earl,'
this summer,
'flic entire route covered hi lit-
present work is described I-;, tItu-■■
who have been over it us abounding in
scenic lieiiuty uud us opening np n
'■uunlri riili in nuturul'ri'sourii.-', mil
mil) limber, niinerul und nil but ugn
culture  und   fruit raising   pussil'ilitiei
On llii< aialnluitd Hie I'tiuiidiui'
Niirllierii I'ueilie is cipially uilive
Frum Tele .latine t'uihe. when grot'
iiig is in prugress, ull lhe uny down I"
Ihe Fruser, the nun pany hur it- nin
sliu,lum gangs busy und Hie uniuiini
ni work which lias been in iiiinplislii"!
uml lllinli is in prugtes,- i- nslnllisli
iiig. Tiiruugh lhe ciiiiiuu anil f"i
SBmc :'IW miles up und iluiiit, the nni"
ing is complete, nnd il unl) remain
i„r Hie bridges ami luniicl- lo b"
I,mil   fur the laying uf slcl  lu tout
 ttie.    In  the   lliree  nub'     ItIiutii
l.yllug tin'l Aslnrofl Ihere utu Imu
tunnels lu be driven, une 1 .■*>"" feel '"
length, uiiulhiT 1,000 feet lung, uiul
two others each COU feet. Near the
lown of Vule will be it luunel .half it
mill' lung uud Ihere is another length)
burc in Ihe Hlack Cunyuu, time to
Aslnrofl. Hume jlttiusaiul uien ure
ut work in litis unltiuus umlcrlaklitg,
Tiic Vule tunnel is expelled lu be com
plototl by tho beginning of (September.
. While, uhiof Diigiiit'iir fur
Ihu llnekeiiaiO'Miiun system, bus hail
reports from his engineers in the Held
lo the effect that the Hue frmu Vellntv
head I'uss dtiwii the western slupo of
tho limit ins to Hronbiiiry Lulte, li dis
tuiicu of Iill miles, will huvu ti imiximuui
grado of sovoiitenths of 1 per cont,
which melius Diut eustlintiiul freigli:
will huvu Imt a rise uf ll'l feut in tin
iniln to overcomo. Even better results
were ulilitiued for uu inlililioiiiil tin
miles uf the ruute between (Iriiitberry
l.iiltn uml Albri'iln siiiiiinil, where th.'
survey sltuivu a maximum grade ol'
lour lenllis of I per eenl., ur u risu of
ouly Hi feet in Ihe utile lo be iiveritiui,'
by westliuiiiitl trullic It is repurtfd
in Kiiiuluups thitl the eiiinpiiny is ue
gutiiiliiig wilh lhe lioiuittitiii govern
tiii'iii fur tin.' purrhnse uf lhe purl ion.
nf the liuliau reserve on the nurlh side
of the Siniili Tlitiiupnii fur simps liml
ulher terminal facilities,
Mr. A. 11. Aslicrufl ilml his parly ui
surveyors huie already sun eyed live
miles uf the branch line which is In run
Irnm Kiiniliiups lu Vernon, Kcloivnii
tuul I.utility, blurting frnnt Vermin,
lliei tin- null,tug down lhe eusl side
ui Okiinugun Luke. Tlie dislui,ee
iruin Kuinlutips lu Kelutvuii is I'll
utiles, tyid frum V'eriitin lu Luiiib) Hi
miles, lhe latter spur passing Ihruugli
the futliOUS I'ul'l.'stretlln lltineh, Th<:
line fnpn Kuiuloops uill prubuldy I"'
tiirrietl across lhe ISuuiri Thuinpsuu ut
"
iluiitiniieil oil page ten
SOUVENIRS  FOR
SUMMER TOURISTS
Not in all Canada can be found a larger assortment of souvenir goods lhan you will lind with us.
Souvenirs of British Columbia and Vancouver, for
visitors from Eastern Canada and the Middle West.
Souvenirs of Canada for those from other lands.
Thc nislory of British Columbia is new; it is the
history of the greater, new, last West. Vancouver
is the young but the giant child of this great province:
il is lhe gateway city of the Dominion of l'u- West.
Get a souvenir of thcCity as a memento of your vis!'
Wc sell a thousand lines at all prices.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
JEWELERS,  SILVERSMITHS. WATCHMAKERS.
Gcoigc E. I limy, Managing Director
I lasting* and Granville Streets   -   -   Vancouver, B. C.
LONSDALE AVENUE
CORNER
Lot 1, re-sub. of lot 6, Block 7, D.L 549
size 33 x 145 feet, cleared
*
PRICE ONLY $5000
TERMS
Irwin & Billings Co., Ltd.
Corner 5th and Lonsdale  Phone 15   North Yancouver, B.C.
REMEMBER
This is the Last Week of
FIT-REFORM SALE
At the Temporary Premises,   541    HASTINGS   WEST
Men's Suits from $2.50.     Men's Soiled Raincoats and Overcoats, $2.50
———————— ^
undreds of New Summer Suits to choose from at 1-3 their value I
THE EXPRESS NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1912,
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THE   KXPRKSB
KORTH VAN0ODVB8.. , .', BBITIflH OOMWBIA
PgbllBllBd T|iBm|»ya ami Fritliiju by North Shore Press, Llmltotl.
OKO, p,,«OBHEN, lilDITOH ANU MANAGER.
Ilatee of Hubiieriptiou:   One year, $1,011.   Six nioiithii, 60c.   Three mouths, itt.
Uuiiili Statea ant) Foreign, $11.00 per yoar.
Advertising Eaten Will Bt quoted on Appll'.ttlon,
Tba Express ia devoted to the iutereula of the North Shore of llurruril lulet
eiclualvely. It constitutes nn advertising iiieilitini of oxeeptitiuul value for
reaching in a thorough ami effective maimer llio population of North Vunrouver
Oity and Platrlct. Every etfort is made to give advertisers the most satisfactory
cervine.
All I'luiiigiiii lu contract iitlvertisnineitls shoulil be in the print its' iiantls not
later than 10 a. in Muiuliiy uml 6 p. in. Weilntisiluy to unsure insorlloii in the
following leaue.
North Vancouver, B, O. X..,,
...May
1811,
CANADIAN MUNICIPAL BONDS IN
UREAT BRITAIN
Elsewln^yin this issuu is piil>lisln>>l
a iln.it urlli'lu from lhe lirilisli News
ul I'linitilii, having reference lu Ilf
market wlilrli (Iretil llriluiu ulinnls fm
lin' suit' iii ili'lii'iilnri.'s Isstii'd by run
iiiiinii I'ilii's, This a'rtii'lu 'tinmil but
bu of piuni iuli'ri'sl in a rupltlly grtm
. iug city sin It us North Vuut'oiiviir, mil
to Initlt Nmlli Whore ilislriil liiiiiiiiil
,'i.iis    nil nl  uliii It arc ili'pi'iuliug un
lilt' Itnlilllull ni lllllllii'lplll I'till'ls Ils II
moans uf |iruriirinji Ihr Inrpt- sinus nl
ninney ivliirli inr ninl mil ln> rri|t|iri'<l
for pnn i'liuti Iiii'.nni ni publif intproi"
tni'iils hiiiiii iitpi'lli iluvi'tiipinn "in
ilitions will ili'imiii'l.
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libit' iiuliislrlul ili'lti'iiiiiri's. These lnl
li>r t'Ollslllllto strniin "rivals uf III"
miinit'ipiil IiuiiiIh fur tin investor's
favur, iiiusitiiK'li us ilny offer ampin
sutiirlly uml nl tlit> siini" inni' larger
interns! Ilniu wuulil lie iiiimiilereil ml
i Isalilu uu tntiiiit'ipiil linmls.
Tlif feature, liuin-ti'r, iij'uu ivltii-lt
tlte writer plures llic ii..,.,.. : em
pilosis is llm mli' ui interesl whiili lin
munis i|,ilium, offer tin' pur. iiltser. II
points uul ileiirly lliul while t mulsh
litis hillierln I'lijnveil ti rerlaiu prefer
"ini' ultli tlm lirilisli iitvesltir, priib
iibly tijiuii s'liuii'ii lint ri'ntimeiiliii
groiliitls, let tin' Iuue litis tiiiiv nrriieii
when Ilie llllillll linl-l lsi> iiiln.e.l In n
purely business basis, with tlte result
ll<^l t'n mi 11 in ii iilirs mny liml it tieces
il In puy iiiiiii inr iiiinmt Imrrinvi u
lur i li li' purposes tli'lli lilts bl't'll ue
it'sslll'y in llm pu I In lite Words Ili
lhe inil'l'' Ilie llnii.h iniisliir "ttiinl.
lu buy good seetirilies, but Int.. made
tip Ins iiiiii,I Hint llui nm,l yield it
l'uir reltiin "
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ShihhaGiim
OUIOKIV  STOPS COUQHS,  CU»I«  COLDS,
HUM THC THHOUT AND LUNQB. u CUTS
CHURCH NOTICES
NOBTH VMM IlliHIII,
SI. Andrew'* rri-Nli>ti-rliiii IliureU,
I., nn Ruud -Hi; rv I eet: Hurtling 11.00;
livening, 7.30. Atlult Hllilu (Jlttas, Villi
Sitiitluy Siihool, a.SO. TsP.S.C.E., filoa-
iluy, ut 6 p. in.   I'riiyor Muellujf, Wutl-
IIUSllll)',    ul    S    |l.    III.      ' 'hull    Pit itlsu,
I'i lilni, ul S i' in lliv ll,su,iin Mucclutl,
Minister.
liiiiiiiiil,i i imu su i "in, i iif sth uml
Hi. fluot'gii. Kiiiuiiii' Hiii'i'lii.'B, 11.00 u.in
and 7 30 put.    .iiii.I.    :.. I .s,si uml ium
ui,mn, nmi ti.ui U' ni"i I.".ii.m.. 'Mon
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at. Asiim t Iniiili <— lloni'.T i'liii
,iml tii.iii. -..ini .i i,, nui, ut || uin,
iiviiiliig ut 7.30 iiiii. Hnly nutiiinuitluii,
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Itiiwe, Vicar,
snh,ninii iim.i I,mis,lul, Avenue
"iii.ii. nuivlii'S. Hue tint, II put. uml
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s |im s i.ii.ii, i. Bervlcoi iVeiliiesiliii
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I   I'loHser,  I.un ninl Hi   Qeotgti
Kl. .lulni Ikr l-lKUKi-llsl, 6th umJ t St ll
Huly i '.iiiuiiiiiiI.,1 i it in ,M,,i nliii:
I'liiyei'. II n m. Kviinlng Prayer, 7 30
iuu On lite llrsl Httuility lu tlie ii,"nil,
tlii'l'" will lm a Hi'inllil i-L-k'liriilliil) uf
lite Huly I'ollllllllllliill III II lllll. Itucllil
IteV    lltlull   lluolll'l'.
III. luii.iiui.I's < ■Iliiiili.- t Iiiii.Ii, Blxlli
siiiil Mnliuii Avenim Hiiinluy llllli
Muss tuul sei'inuu. 10 u ut Hitmlii
Hi lnml, II IIU iiiu Itusiiiy inni lliin'
illiiloii. 7 30 |iiu Pilility l.nw muss s
it III.    I'lisliil,  Rev   .1. A   llllllll il. 0. Al I
liuliau I'stkillll i l.iu.li ul at. Paul's
Muss.   7 Hll   lllll.  Sun,1.1,:,      I'uHlgl,   ltl V
I'!   Peyluvln, D M I
I'briallan 8t*lcuix— "lilniliel ley" lilies-
inll.lil Ave lliilweeli Kill uml Kill
sli'i't'ls). Hiltiility si-ivlit<H ut 11 u lu
Tislliiiuiis meeting, Wiilmsilny, 7 30
I' in
MIHTll  I.IIMIIIAI.U.
HI, ■ I I,,,i,uis S li in evil y Hiln.l.iy
,'Xi'i'l'l  lu ,1 Hullilill  III is.- i.U      h ^1) n in
llrsl Hiiiuliiy in uiiiiilii II um, Mitllns
l.lliiny  ami hi.i mul.   seciilnl uml foiinli
Htimliiv    Holy I'liinniiiiiltili uml aern	
llrsl .nut HilKl Sim.I,i,,s Vioir. In v
T   l>:   lluwi)
I'nsbilrrlau t liuri-b—Suml.iys n .,
in und 7 30 |i lu. Sumluy Hcltuol uml
llllile I'liiss 1 M |i in Ti.-.i.liiil»' Tinlii
Iiu;   i'liiss.   Weiliiesiluy   7 30       I1.111
Uli-i'llliu. WeillleSilill 8 pill Duys
i'luli Tliurmlni i.ne l' in l liulr practice.  Prlilny, s iiiii    It   Vuu Mtiiist- r
If A .   luisloi-
I,VNN VAI.I.KX.
tl.-lli„ill»l    I kunll Ueellllg    llulil
Humliiy ev< tilnit In New- lu. uuu,   Hull
III   Hi ll It   liiinil.
I'rraliylrrlau • biirtli.    Wiuslllli, Hun
,1.1 s H    It    lllll     IIIUI    7 011    IUU Sllll,1.1,
Hi llnul 3 ID IUU Puslur, ll'l A M.i.
A uin y
M. i Irwral'a, i lugllvsul—llnly euio
fiuiiiloii. Isi Htiuilii.t In nioiiili. 11 ,i to
rVclllllg Isl.iiul, ill I) Hlllliliti, 7 UO |.
IM , eliuli |,no ll,,-. Weillli s.l.ti. Sllll
,,111     Ili.l    Al lliitr   I'l   llui"-    Vl.m
un   mui. Ui   .nn,I,nli
BEATTLE   TDUKINO   PARTY
I
I'l."   iiiln  "i,   is.siis.l   l,i     Mm
mun l'u I, imi It inni i unimuiiii nli i
llu nil "illluil, to Hie "llssl Ilml .
Llll,'" pilltl ot >.ulllr l.iisllii'ss lllsl [Isi
le.-Iillilll   II" Is   >.   ' nlililll|,lllllli|l   ll   | ''il
-ill"   lli|<   y,   ^ i IllVrr   II)  lllll.iliuil'ili <
in   III I   I >.l HI.   ill.,I   lliut   llu , souls
1.1,,l„ll,'.   Is,   iiulii. e.l  |i, ileiuls   ol..   .In ,
I    Hi.    Nmlli Mini.'. "Il.l- iu
"|,| until    lm   III"   1,-1   I I   "I   |,ill,
I .  I out ol iilu.li tin  Norn, .>l..,i
-I,,"ll'l      UOI       ii"      -lllll      III     llillil      .1-. II
'llu   ll,iilli I'  ol   < yleulsiie   llu   I,,, julm
it,   ol   li,,    North  sl,ur.   I.,  tl,,   | ..i  ,
ii   I   In
CITY BABUAINB
We iin-  niiili'irwi'.l  tn nfft r  tl"-  lo1
Intuitu  spli'lnli'l  liunm-i n   I'MihiI'i
slreei     llm   inlliu;.'    lliiiruilghllire       nf
Nmlli   \: ini'l     I'limel   I .'illl   .li.'l
uml M  . Alulren '•   Inii-'"   mil'   -I'"-
,,.,11 iirniiinl uiul lii-iUt  iiupniii-'l. onl'
i;,",llll    I   "l  ilish,  llllillll"   I"  llllllll:.''-
i unu r I'lln -in-' I uml Ki.lf tis"
l.n feel I'i l-'i feel, only i Lu'io. 'i
.ns.li. Imluiiie i" iirriiiige
till   ,i|,|  street l-U-l, II   liillllllflll   I'll   l'"1
t. i'l   nul". null -KM"'!   Terms  "i-i
,\|.„ i.,,,i   25 H   loi-  in  lilm Is   II'
,l„ii| I iiuii'l i'ii"-
nn  hi liiiAiiii ih:\ i.MH'Mi nt
i IIMI'ANV  I.IMITKII.
iSu,,, ..„r- to HI'li r Murrtii t " I.t t
llrokir... 11 l.im-lul'' Aieuue. I'lione   ."
 IU   ri"pl    nl  tin   lun.>i   ..I  Hi
ly 11, ],.]   mpio.i un nt-. lut  tin   t,i
lur  Iiiiiii,, ul  r,iisuiis'*" luu,I,,,,, i„i„iin..,„,„, t„ ,i|,„„, ,t |,0s
Mm millions   ,i|   ll"    I'ii-    'I I   i,lun,I   in  "iiiiun..I,,,i,   mill  tli
an)   lunl .'I     Hoi ii"l 'I-" I in   A.lieitisiup I'.iiiiiiiiiii, ,ii.
Illtus  l.rj   mi" Ii   n, .1,,  ii.ll,  III.   -     ,|    ,.   |„   |„.   |,„|„.,|   thni   ,||,„,.   |„   „,
oi  oil,litis,,  til," I,  i "I.-   Ill,   I.ni"' ■ ,,,„,," ii trip 11, ion K t, tl,.  , uj ,n,l .1,.
These loiuliiion..  il.,   mil, i pun.ls uul | in, I   tulli   »iitulj|e   rm iiininl   luri
. un- .ifl'.l'.l n, tl,,   In-I it. slum e I.) III ■   II,,   |,U|li, ii sll he ,mr,,,| l„ ,u iui
toiiiineri tul law of supply mul ilemuii'1 i mm lusion
NORTH   VANCOUVER   ATHLETIC   CLUB
BOXING ANI)
WRESTLING
TOURNAMENT
la Iht Old
till Ht A HON I.ROUNDS
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 24th,
— lluiiuiiriiiiiiK 1.30 pm   ————	
Genera) Admiaaion, 50c ; Reserved Se*li, $1;
Rinifaide Seat a, $1.50
Tiduts on Sal* al  NOHTH  SHORE  DRUG  CO., Piplunit  Wait
»
ai Mirsi.s up (iui, Hia'lMi
lllll.I  I   1 I I" .s
i'ihil mluinii ilul'is "I tl"   liiiiiiliiimi
n, M.u,lluini   Hiisls.ili lit mill .ii"l  Alt. i
I,,  tli,   Yukon Ti niinl >. Hi" Nuilli w,. I
T, ulliii lus  I In ii iiiiillmi "I tl"   I'i"
nmi ul lliillsli I'ylillnliiii in,') I"' I' us
, ,i f,,i ,i linn oi la.' "ty -um- y ins ut
an iiniiiul iinini "I H nn "'"       N"l
I,,,,, It,.III Hilt llll.S Will I" I'isSs'l t"
.,11.     ll|,l,111 lllll
,l|.ill, .iiiun l"l  li I'-ilSi- niiisl  In   llnul"
>li>  III" nl'l'll'.'"' in I" !»"" I'l 'j"   Air',",1
„j sun AneiH "I 'I"  'I'"'!'1 "' nl'!'1'
,1,,. |-|ulllS llj'tdli'd l"< ""   alluiileil
Iii iiiiii.) illui)   tl"' I'""1 '""»'
I,,, it, si i ll'i'l I'V sn linns or l< inii suli
.lliislolis uf s". lions   uml In  ulisiiin,
 nil,ui   Hi.   11 ii. I iill'll"! '"i  sliull
I.e sl.ikiii otll li) H'v Ul'l'l linn I lilm
Htll
K.ii li i,|,|i|li atlult lii|i»l  '»' iiiiuini.ini
lnl l,y n fn- of ti ivimli  will lm re
r.iiuliil If Hie I Isl'ls nl'l'll"! f"l  mi- nul
iivnllnl'l.     lm'   ""I   "llui Wise        A   lo)
lii  slmll lie I'tiUI un H"- llieliliulitulile
uuli'til  of ll"   inii"' „t  in,     ol llv
"Ills  I'll'  too
Tlie neraon ul'iiullnil Hie l"1"'' slmll
u ii i i Hie Aiuni witli swum returns
,,,,,,,iiillnn fui Hi" full iiiiuiilll)' of
meulllllllUl'l'' mul inlniil unil I'll)' Ilie
Hiyully lltei'on If Hie I"") m nine
Hunts ure nol lii'li'K opirulet). sucli re
t.lins altuuli) lm funtlslii'il ul leust once
" iin li'i'e wl" Includ* Ilie coul inlnlnu
rights unl). bul Hit lcs.ee muy be pet'
nillliil I' I'unliase wltulever available
surface ilalila may lie conal'lere. nn-
sss.u . lor tlte wurklnii or Ilie mini' ul
Ilie rate   it ItO un acre
tor    full    Information    nnpHcallon
sii.iiii.t be madt in lbe aecrelary uf Hie
|„,|,„,l nl ol lite lnlerlur. O   'iw.,. ...
to uiiv agent or Hub-Aftt-ni of Dominion
Land. w w ro„y
Deouty Mlnl.ler «f lbc |«tarlsr.
N   S-finauthorlMtl   publlcallott   of
Ibis  adv.rlliement  will  not   be   oalO
for ""'
2nd STREET
50 feet in Block 29, District Lot 273, near Ridgway,
foisonly, $2,850, 1-3 Cash; Balance, 6, 12, and
18 months.
MARTINSON & CO.
62 LONSDALE AVENUE     p.ob*umi  tbau in     NORTH VANCOUVER
TENNIS GOODS OF ALL KINDS
Our Shipment of Prosser
——————
■:- Racquets it Here -:■
JOHNSTON & SALSBURY
THE HARDWAREMEN
90 Lonsdale Avenue      Next to P.O.
WARNING
NOTICE is hereby given that any person posting"
up any Advertisement or Sign, or printing anything
on or otherwise injuring any of tlie poles or posts of
the BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., LTD., is liable to a penalty of $100
and costs, or one month's imprisonment, according
lo the Company's Acl of Incorporation, and will
he prosecuted accordingly.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
R.• H. SPERLING, General Manager
WE HAVE      (   -
MOVED,
to liirgtir iiromiHiw ou EnplwiBdii, in '
Don't Forget
Mini vvhuii you tin iiii|mriiig thii
year Ilinl wo urn h!ill licro willi a
inr Imltcr llm,'nl intlcli I's tii'i fn,, :.
W.H.Stoney&Co.
Ill hlHplnnailu Wont. I'liune HI)
(next to 1'ultumuli, Uulillu & UlurkJ
GASOLINE DONKEYS
Llllul i Iriiirt-s uill iiii well lu III tlllfi!
iiiti'.-lijjtili' ui'iv {inii Inul |/imuline iluu
1., .   tu iiiiilie  lite.linm uiul  uuiiili  julin
|.iiy.
I
I'iiiii 11 i.l. <;i ily iiiu','I, i In iin lu tiji
i-rale.   A Lu   tii'l'iil   1 ■ r  pruilinp,  |iilt'
i|ri\iii|i,   wis     KeiiMiimlile price   iiii.I
ii'im-
B. O. NOTZEL
•Iiir  ViiIiiiii Slreei,
I L.,i,,s Kit 11 in un I  r.'.i.'ll.      Vuiit'uiner.'
LonsdaleTheatre
COR. 16th and LONSDALE AVENUE
Phone 335
Owners—Palmer, Burmester & von Graevenitz, Ltd.
Week Commencing May 20
"The Arabian Nights"
Special Booking for One Night only Wednesday 22nd
. THE BAND OF THE .
72nd Seaforth Highlanders
SEATS NOW ON SALE AT-
WARBURNITZ PIANO HOUSE
• i
.!-■ THE EXPRESS NORTH VANCOUVER, R. C, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1912.
5.
Bank of Montreal
Eitabiiihtd 1817
Capital (paid up)   -   $15,413,000
Reserve    ■   ,   .   . ' $15,000,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Savings Bank Department
INTEREST PAID AT CURRENT RATES
North Vancouver Branch: F. A. MACRAE,
Mt. Crown Bldg., lit Street Manager
FOR RENT
We have a nicely furnished 6 Room
House, centrally located. Can be had
on a day's notice. Rent $45.00 per
month.
NORTH VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE CO.
110 Esplanade.
R. C. BISS
Phone 227
J. A. WOODS
NORTH
LONSDALE
100 ft. by 122 fl.   Price
KINGS ROAD.
$850.00, on leilms nf one-third cash, balance
h, 12 iiiui IK months.   Graded street, electric
lii'l,i uml waler.
BOUNDARY ROAD. 44 ft., facing
suulli, tint block easl of Lonsdale Avenue.
Price $N5I).(H), on terms ol one third cash,
balance 0 aiul 12 months.
ui further particulars ol lhe above see
C. E. LAWSON & CO.
We represent the Undon & Lancashire Insurance Co.     A
sound Boaid (uin|iany.   II you have anything to insure we can
ilu il for you.
Rhone 70 h Lonsdale Ave. P.O.Box IHU)
THE
Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
HAY, GRAIN, and FEED MERCHANTS
POULTRY SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY
AIJ>I)
GRASS and CLOVER SEEDS, SEED
POTATOES, and FERTILIZERS
Our Prices are right, and deliveries prompt
OFFICE: 116 ESPLANADE, EAST PHONE 4
Tolupbouo lll'l.
V. 0 Box .'Ifi
Nortb Shore Coal 6 feed
Company
HAY, GRAIN, COAL and FEED
All Telephone Coal Orders Promptly Delivered
WHARFAGE TO RENT
Wharl: MjIioii Ave, Kiplmutlo Wont. HARBY MJTOUKJ.I,
Dili' i'. Now Bluck, 3 <luur< Iruiu Louadalo, Biplauado W. Muuaiior
NORTH VANOOUVKR OITY PEKR1K8, LIMITED
TIME TABLE  TAHINU BFFEOT MAKOH Ut, 1012.
Leave
•un k.u
•6.40
•7.00
'7.80
I.ln
•tm
iff
*IM
»m
»M
nm
10.00
10.20
10.40
11.00
11,80
11.40
)!.%
mn v.u.
1S.40
1.00
1.20
1.40
2.00
2,20
'•ftwotM "Not
mil ti i'   tubll
Vancouvtr
obipaoy
2.10  KM.
3.00
iM
8.40
1.00
I 20
4.40
0.00
D10
0.40
6.00
(.10
t.U)
1.00
1.10
IAD
8.00 'i
8.80
8.00
0.80
10.00
10.80
11.00
11.80
12.10
1.00
on Sunday."
Ml lini'l'' loi
r
kM
t"
U.vc Nortli Vancouver
P.M.,
•6.00 A.M. 2,20
•6.20 2.40
•6.40 3.00
'7.00 3.20
7.20 8.40
•7.40 4.00
8.00 4.20
•8.20 4.40
8.40 0.00
8.00 0.20
8.20 0.40
2.40' 6.00
iom IM
10.20 8.40
10.40-. 7.00
J1.00T no
11.80 . 7.40
11.40         - 8.00
12.00 0.80
18.20 KM. 0.00
li in 0.80.    '
1,00 10.00
w              1.M 10.80
1.40   - 11.00
8.00 11.40
12.40  kM
Time (tbie «ubject to cbaiiao without
ilolaya, anidoulal or othorim*.
Canada's Borrowings
In Great Britain
tliiniitlii Iiiih boun a urt'ut litirrowor hi
I'liiglnihl fur tlio liis.t tliK'iitiii, ttiyt tint
li'iimutiial ItuHt, ill fint, iniiHt (IhiiiiiIIiiii
citltm aocuro tboir fuinln tboro. "* It Ih
of «roat Importance, Iboroftiro, Hint
tliiiiiiiiil'h tiroilit lio iiiiiinliiiiit'il ill tlio
i'iiuii' liij'lt It'vtil an lii'rt'toftiri) uml Ii.i
IiiiiiiIh taken tin remlily. Tbia ran lio
limit' if it iH unly railizotl Hint IhiihIs
of t'aiiinliuii t'iliim iiiiiii lm put. un ai
uttriii'tivo a IiohIh oh tlumn of titlier
ImrrowiTH, willi tlio Hiiino idJBflty. I'qf
Hiinii: Iluu) pant lliere linn lieen a toil-
ik'iii'y nu tlio part uf eupital In ilciiiotii)
n hiphet return eveu frum pit I'llgeil
Hot'tirltieH.   Tlte muriil ilTi'ri of tin un-
■ll,"'    I.sl    iSHIIO   III'   I'llllllslillll    lllllllil'ipill
IiiiiiiIh In IiUihIiiii in nut gopil, even
lliuit(lli lite roaaon Hint Ibey have not
lieen liilteu liy in vuni urn ia that Hie in
IcrOHl return is luu low, nol Ilinl thori)
is iinvtliiiii: fu inlliui ru tall.y wronil Hl"'
Die IiiiiiiIh.
Wunl:; Fair Iliilinii
Au example uf bow Hie investing
public in KiikIiiiiiI nuw insists upun
having even high iIohh liumls minle ut
tractive iih to yielil won cilt'il recenlly
li.v Hie reprt'senliilivi' of a largo III-
vcHtment Iiiiini Iiouhc. Tbe concorn
lunl ii largo block uf high-els^ i.'un
nilinn municipal liumls tu sell ami of
fereil them nl a price uf yielil aliphtly
uver 1 per cent., lint coubl nul ilispii.te
uf them nt tbnl price. Tbey willi'lren
lbe ulTer It'inpnrtirily, putting it uu
llic market again nt n later tlnle tu
yielil I .'18 per .-■ ■ nt. A|iiiiu litt-y Were
unauci'eaaflil. Wben the IiuihIh were
uITiti'iI lu yielil I'/j per eenl . how
ever, Ibey were iiniiii'iliali'ly mi|werib
oil for—iii fact, over HiiliHerilie.l. This
i-aao illiiHlruleH the prcHcnl oltilinle.ol
tbe Hrilish Inventor. He wonts lo
buy iiuuil Het'tiritioH, bul bus inutle up
bis uni,si llntl Ibey must yielil n foil
return.
II is bonl In siiri'i'ssl'iillv nrgtif Ilml
this nltiliuli' in mil fair uml higb-nl
Tin' lenileiiey nil Ibroiigh tile iuvenl
liuill wurlil is luwarsl bi|ibrr reliiriiHnn
rapitnl, uiul Ibere is no reiiHtin wit,
I'liliiisliliii i itit'H slitiiilil liml Ibenisi-Kes
cxempl from Ibis ilemniiil. Iinlienliuii
url' Hint ninny uiuiiieipalitteH now.real
i/e Ibis. Sunie of Ihi' inure recent is
sins slum Ilinl if Hie tilv will unl innki
ili olTering iillrni live til lirsl 'I "ill b
furri'-l In williilrnw Iiiun lm' iiiiirlifl
ami reatljiisl the Irrnm of Ibe issue
llf I'utirse, tlte rnte of ineome lo I"
ilrrunl from  iiitr-lini'iil   in municipnl
l,iili,ls  varies       Nni   mill   'lu    uunl.'
I'limliliuiiH  nmi    lbe   nlnt'iiii   btiweei
»upplv uml ib'tiiuii'l "Html ibi' prln'
bill   tllsu   tin'  rue Ilinl   Hllllltltllg   "I   U"
i-siini); I'ily. At lhe preseiil Inne til
hi ure, perhaps, mnnewlial biimpi roil
by Ilie nninlier nf iillrurliw imlnslrial
uml public nhlih Lnml offerings wbitli
lmii' been llill'li'.    tim if tbese iHslle-
ulTer ii-. ureal sei uril.v lis inn be ilesit
e.l, while nl Ilie Willie Inni' paying B
larger rclurn Iiiiiii wtitibl I"' riin-i.li-ri'l
iusti/l,.,| hi llm in f n tnuniiipulily,
Then .1"", I'anailian Issuch in l.uit'lu'i
Iiiiii- I ii very uiiineroiis ami ullbougli
Ibere    is   nu   relisuil    In   KUppnse    Ilml
tiiiiinlii will liml tl ililli. nil  tinu.'
In (iii inuii.■) Inr bel Icgiliintile iifi'ls
ttl reiisniiulilc rutts. il is ptisstl-le Ilinl
Ihe lunieplion of sucli rules will bin"
In   lie   rell'litisleil
Too lull
Tin   purpose   lu   tvltiili   tin    y  It
ni  li   l-linil  Mile t'le  tn  be   pill   tll.iy   lull
lu'.e. n iill i.rei, :t pruniin lu'iirinji
nn tlie Hluiuling ni inr liuntls, fur in
tniis-l eases llu- security is puwl In'vuii'l
a sliailuw nf it iloiibl; Imi in Hm 'si-
iil newer iiml 'sjuuller luwns lb -re is
n ill..- t inline, linn Allhi'iig'1 1'""
tula s rei mil to 'late bus Iutii enviable
nmi unl.lollesl as is (ini.I re|iiii|ittlii>in,
lliere is It li-liilene) iiii lbe part I'l
-.titne town* lu try lu pu uin.il tun lu t
iiii.I iIis.iiuiiI liopiil lur gnnvlli "I'lni'
i.iii is a greul factor l>< tin nmi mi
ni a new couutry, bul il musl be tern
1'i'N'il Is;, i uininuii sciiKi' II 'lut-B nol
puy, tu llio end, for u niuiinipalily
lo Iry tu luniluet its own ulTairs tu a
way lbat .lisiuuuls progres. fur years
to tome ll is I'CHl ll) luke lllillgs it
Ibey nunc Tbis is nut mli mloil I'i
l,e little Hu. Iiinelils of fore»ighl.
inerely to lay Hlri'HH upon the folly of
making upoinlilurca wilbout u tied
nite return in sigbl. Tins applici
ei|iiiilly lo individual*, corporati9u» uiul
inuiiii tptililit's
Tbu mo«t iroportaiit point at lb'»
time, huwever, ii Ibe net canity of a
reuliralion on the port uf Canada that
while in the pant site lias been eapeciai
ly favored, proncnl Indications ere
Ibal in future a little more will 1)0
tlemonilcd of ber. ''heap money, ahe.
baa aecured, ami doubtless will con
linue lo get; bul In future Canadian
ciliea will probably Ond it neccmiary 10
pay more nearly lbe name P'ico inr
money aa do olher nation.*, nnd wore
whon the accuritica are nol of lltf earn.'
claaa.
ilitiotiH lunl uu {i|!jiarpnl ell'ept on t|ie
atteml|iuee. 'I'lipno that braved tbo
t'li'ini'iits, buwover, listened to n aeries
of piipiilin' iii-iu:. viiried in ibiiracter
aiul eupital in trentmeiit. Thotigli jj
inilitury Iinini of stiiili iliiiienaioiiH as
the HeveiitjvBoeoiul is essentially u
Iniln] In be heard ul frcHcu, uml if' in
tltitirs can only bo hoard to tine inlviii
tagu in very large ball of cxceptiuunlly
guild acoustic properties-despite these
filets tho liiinil last nigbt pruvided ,i
concert thut wus pleasing frum start lu
linisli. I'rnbulily iitere was nu item
mure iippreciuled than tbe Mikjnlu se-
lection, except, perhaps, I'oot liml I'eii-
sunt which is u iiniversiil favorite.. Kn
cures were lionmuiieil uipl generously
responded to. Iimler the baton of
llniiilmiister in Inli-f, the iiteu' botli iu
sulu uiul ensemblo wurk played in a uniformly excelloiit fashion, ami by their
visit to the Iionsilnle undoubtedly sent
tlte Iiiiini nf Ibo -Seventy HocdiiiIh one
notch higher in tho public's estimation.
District at Nortb Vancouver.
Tnko Notieo that In futujo all owners of proporty fronting upou ail open
uunl who clour ninl ..-.liuie thu boulevard adjoining their property tn tlio
siilisfuction of the District iJtigineur,
will bo reimbursed to un amount of
Iho cents per square yard ill respoet of
thu hoiiluvurd so cleared and graded.
Ily tinier of tbo Cpuncil,
JOHN O. PAHMEB, C.M.C
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Military Band Concert
At The Lonsdale
Tho band of tbo 72ud Boafortb High
landers rondoreoNun oxcollent program
al music at tbe Lonsdale Thcatro lasl
uight, when tbo incJeinonl weathor con
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SOLD BY
S. E. BUELL, North Vancouver
Here's Your Paint!
Whatever your job of
painting -whether you
do it yourself, or have a
painter do it be sure of
a GOOD job, soonest
done, best looking, longest service, by getting
PURE
PAINTS
All ready for uie. Simply choose the
right color from the forty-seven ihidei in wbicb
HI. paints arc made—take off the cover, stir a
bit and start to work. You'll find M-L Pure Paints
spread easier, cover more surface, give a smoother,
glossier finish than any other paint you could buy.
Use M-L Paint and You Won't
Have to Paint so Often
Other paints soon fade, blister aad flake off because other makers haven't yet found out, aa we
bave, how to mix a special ingredient with otber
pure materials to make an elastic, durable .paint
that stands extremes of wear and weather, and
keeps its lustre for the longest time.
Decorate tbt walls and ceUisc with M-L u..   ,_-,_.      .
PLAT WALL COLORS.   More econom- Uld* in " aAon h' nnT l"ln,i»«
leal, more artistic, mora unitary than wall- PUpoM bjr Imperial Varoisti » Color
paper.   Baaily applied aad vary dunblt. Co., Umiiad, Tarooto
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Residential Properties
DISTRICT LOT 550
DOUBLE CORNER ON BOULEVARD
Lou I .nni 2. Block 36 $U00
VIEW   PROPERTY   IN   BLOCKS   ADJOINING
•BOULEVARD
LoU 17 anil 18, Block I4A  $1,300 cacli
Lol 19 iiiui 20, Block I4A (double corner)  .$3,200
Ul. 9 and 10, Block 79 (double corner)   $2,500
lniii.s 13 t.i It, Balance 6, 12 and IH iinuiili
Eor pricei and ternu apply to
The  North   Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company
Limited Liability
Norlli Vancouver Agenti for
LONDON AND BRITISH NORTH AMERICA CO.
Limited
543 PENDER STREET. VANCOUVER, B. £.
Phone Seymour 6266
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' THE EXPRESS NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C., FRIDAY, MAY 24, |9|2.
BANK OF HttlMf
Capital Paih Uc |a,870,(KKi
Reserve and Undivided I'mliln  H,fi00,000
Total Assets ,  1 l,iint),iitiii
FHANci'l.la ltliii-ii|ii.-'ii liiuilttii-.   for n
I'liulili)' In  in,   Hint i ....muui
Imi- |iiiii|i|ii in 11 ht  bo remiii'luilib)
thi-lily.   Tile |ieoiite nr Kftiiu-i) ni-t' ox-
s. li, .   ,11       ...     lii,       I    .  II    ttl   HllVl!   In
llii-lt- iniiili Nn mutter bnw mn,ill llii'lr
int'tiiiii'. it |iiii-lliiii ia ragulnrly mil iimul
Iiii' rnliiiii ini'l III obi nil" l|it>) oiijn)
tliu ii inin ui im it- tbrlfl. Tlitiy lilt! tl
bit|i|iy iinlliiii.
Tln> opening nf n sitviiiKH account la
till' lll'Hl   Milt   In ni lllllll'   lliul   litibll   nf
:„iiiin     nilliiilll uin. ii   Iiu   nliillly   III
earn an  Inmirii you iiguliiitt  lumulhlt-
mlarorluno,
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Haai Offi»
HAMILTON
i, ii. in vv i;,v Aural,
Nurlk  Vaaniuvcr
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THE EXTENSION
TELEPHONE
IN THE HOME
AN Extension Telephone
once installed proves
its value. It earns its
way every day. With an
extension telephone upstairs
you do not have to go downstairs to answer when the
bell rings. If you are upstairs you do not have to go
downstairs to call someone.
The service costs only a
little over 3 cents a day,
with no charge for installation. Call COMMERCIAL
MANAGER, Phone 98.
British Columbia Telephone Co.,
Limited
PERCY KING
begs to announce lhal he will
OPEN A BRANCH OFFICE
At Terminus oi Capilano Car Line
immediately.    Let us have yuur listings of Capilano properly.
PERCY   KING
Nolaiy Public, Real Estate, Insurance anil Conveyancing.
18 LONSDALE AVENUE
AND TERMINUS OF CAPILANO CAR LINE
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We Study Printing
PHONE
We make a feature ol preparing printing thai is profitable to
our patrons.
We study lype faces and effects
to insure attractive arrangement,
and we believe you will appreciate
our handling of your work.
From a card to a huge poster
or an illustrated catalogue we wili
give you a figure or our advice,
NORTH SHORE TRESS, LTD.
FIRST STREET, EAST
ing Bells
JAOBSON-HAY
Tin !■ i-sl.liii," ttinli |iliiiii yi's!Diilny ft
I'.'iiim m. liny, fi'b'iii ibingbler of Hi.
tuul Mrs. .lumen Vf. Uuy, of Sixtb
atroot oiiat, mid Krnotit II. JucIimiii, ni
tbia i'ily. Tbo iTicmiiny unit perform
ml ut tbo roaidoiiro nf Ibo lirblo's pin-
imiii, llfMRIiiiiiliiiK i-lir|,'>iiiiiii liiiiilii
tlio llcv.'ltjiiiiibl Mi'Liinil.
Tilling!! Hit) tiny vviih overcast, for u
brief Ipfip llm ami fttllllli)ii llu1 Irmli
iiiini'i rtii|iiiri)int'iilH mul altoiio ii|inii
Ibo young brbli), wlm wmi musl i'lin nn
light iillirtnl in u |iovvii nf vviiiti) aiitin
vvitli ovi'rakirl of Inn), trinniil'd wilb
i',.nl,     Hlm  woro u   bridal   voi| uii'l
lllirit'll    II    lll'lllllii'lll    lllllll|lll'|     ni    IUM >
unl wbilo t'liriiiiliiiiia. Tlm briiln vviih
nlli'lliloil by bt-r ttinlcr Vnm, wliu vvnr-
n becoming drfaa of wllltu vnilo tin I
curried ti liiiiii|iii-l of |niils riii'tiiilttiin
Mr. I'n-'l   Ail.ur,,n wua gruliiiwntiin.
Tbo marriage wm aolcnuiIf.ml in tlm
drawing room, vvlilili luiil boon vorit
iild v gar lu iiiIiiiI witb llnwora, Tin1 happy
couple nl uml In- mn I h it cuitnpy ui
greenery uml bluaaoina mul woro uiiilo<l
in tin' prem'tnc ui inuis'. t'rirtiila mil
rclutivoa, iBiini'iliiiU'ly itl'ii-r lltu imp
iiiuuy ii aiiiii|ilinns vvi'ibliii|t rt'|iiixl wit.
served in tim dining room, Tin. |iroa
I'tila received by Mr. mul Airs, .lllt-haon
woro extremely lillidaonm uml rnatlt
uml betokened Ibt' tviili1 cslceii t i
nlinli liotli purlieu itii< litibl. ili'
newly wedded pair It-it 11 in11 un tiuu
tittilii' nt' goiiil w'iaboa inr Viiiu-oiiti'i
by automobile, vv Iniln- lln-y journeyed
In boult II', Tin'}- |iur|itiai) veiling Hit'
iinini' uf Mr, .lut'kaon'a |mri'iila in Now
llrtiitswirli, hulling ut Cbii'iigii, Nt'tt
York, uml otlior cUies on mule. Attn
uu nlisence nf llirt'i! ur fuur liiunll;
llti't will rrliirn In tlm. tily, where
tbey intrust tnukiiig llmir liuiim, S,>\
i'iiiii alrri'l rust being tin- rlmm-ii lunil
ily.
THE PASSION PLAY
TIllHIMlllsl,,    ||„, I,    |||    |||,,    lllll,,    luw  >
iii tlluT Amiimrguii, inili litirit'il in llm
liiiiiirinii   Al|>.i,  lu   wiinr..  tin.   um,
illTl'tll I'll)) I'llllir, of l-'llllui', wn.
Sl'll'ilcd    til    llllll'   till-   llllllll:;)    |sli lltri'.ss
of tbia driiniu, wbicb in pluycd .ovory
It'll  yours, ninl  tin- mil-  Ilml   we  will
present   tu   uut   itiiii|iriM-.s.   I'onr   limit
-uii'l fool ui lilm nil finely linml | iu lii I
nl. giving in iiiiinii   I. Ibr Annum i.i
tiuu;   2,  Nlieplmrds    Wild lung     Tbi'U
Plucks;  .1,  Ilutli of t'lirial;   I. Kliglil
Inlu Hgypl, li, i hrisl in Ibt- liirpenicr
Shop;   li,   At   Un'   Wi'diling   l-'.,i-l,   i,
I'brial Feeding ilm ilsiliiiii.il, o, I.u/
urua Hoiat',1 In I.ilr; '.>. Kiilrnin t- Inlu
.1 ,-rtimi 11in.   In. Tlm  l.ti.s.1   ,-si|s|.si.   ii.
Agony iu  Mm Harden;   I:'. Jinln.    In
Inivnl liml   llm  Messiah's   Arresl;   It.
I'brial lii'l'tiri' King II.nul;  11. Nuurt
nig  .loatia;   l-'i,  Crowning   linn    Wi;n
Thorns;  Hi, < brim  H'liiti   1'ilnir tn. I
I'liii'li'iiinnlii'ii;  17, i timing llu  ('mils, Minn In ul i-l   V,r,uiii|ii.-,  Ill, I'm
nliMiin; L'u. Tlm llt'tilli ul  i luil; L'l
Tukiiig liin-t fruiil tin I'm--. Tl. I'lu.
mp .It-ana in lln> Tiimli. Tin* Tnmb; :
Koaiirrei-tion;   -I,   Ami'iihioii;   26, Tin
I'.u, I     A    llllllll,Is.I    Ulnl    tilling    1 lllllll N
Jesus   Is   iu'1'11   sitting   un   llu    't I.r	
i n lli'ini'ii surrounded by 11 • — dt-i iple-
Angels nil' huii-ring nriiuii'i .-uigim:
pruiscs In mil I,ni'l Tin's- iiiitfln
pioti' will Is. -Iiiiiii, ul llm Imiii Tlmlills
Tuesday, Miiv -\ Wi-dim-iin. M.u
Ki. Tlmrr  will  be n iiniliin. .emu ul
I lnl.Inn   i'i   mil.     ul    llm   Illllllllll
tjbuvv     t.uis   iu   llm   lulling   ul   .
ii rim It. Admiaaioii In i-euls,
ShMiGun
mntwcwSK'S
THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY
Kntptiri-rs iliim meets t'vt-ry Wt'slni.-
Iny evening ut it |i.m. Kleinuntury slml.i
uul i|iH'itiona Yuu aro cordially inv it
il lu ntleitd. Hiiniii Iti, Aberdeen bulb'
tig.   Tbcoiopbical ini' library.      i '■
PBOPEETY  WANTED
Do you want to sell your bit I     W.
bavo t.it,,I- wailing fur good buya. Hivn
ua your boat grum price uml terma
Cjinadinu Finauctera, Hank ui llaiinliiin
lltiibling 11
TO AKCHITEOTS
Nortli Bhore Preia Ltd. lt prtptt
ed to consider draft plans for a
building to be trectod ou their pro
perty at tlie Nortbweat corner of
Flrat Streot aud Rogers Avcuue,
thla city. Full particular may be
procured by communicating wltn
Manager at tbia office.
Architect* wbtbing to unbuilt pl.uu
ara requeited to depoalt thc iame
with tbt Manager at thie office, not
later tban noon on Saturday, May
%tlb.
BBOOHD RAILWAY
BUILDlNfl IN II, fl.
(Continued from page three)
tint ciiHt mul nf tImt city by n Htecl
bridge.
Foley, Welch & Hlownrl urn working on tlio preliminary pinna for tb.1
oust iiii'l ion nf tlm I 'ut- i fi i' llnul KiihI-
rn ruilwuy lo extend frum Vuimniivtir
In Furl (luiirgt), mul Impi! lu bu lililn I'i
gut started nn actual ciiimtruetlnii
work iu Ibo riinr.M' ,,i ,i m, nth nr mi.
Kettle Valley Linos.
Witliin n I'ovv iluvh iiontriifta will lm
itwiitili'il fur llm I'tmatrtirliiiit uf tlm
Kettle Volley liim uver lliu Hope
iiiiiiiiiliiins; wurk will I'liiititmni'i) not
lulor llttiii llm lirst uf Muy nmi every
effort Will lm iiiinlt' In bavo llii) liim
imn|ili'tiit by tlio uud uf ii'i i, ur nix
mnnl Its iibi'inl uf tlm linm apod Hoi I
Neterul tliiiuaiiinl int'ii will lm given
eiupluymi'iil tut llm work. Tin- nut in
line nf lite Kettle Vulley Ilinl Illtllll
iiiuiii mul HiiiiilliUinenii tlialrb'la fnr i
distiiinc uf lim mill's is Iminjt pii.slieil
furwnril rnpiilly uml il is uapoelotl Unit
it will be llnislteil by Hie etui nl llll.:,
Kigbly intlt-s butt' In en grinlt'il inul lue
sleel is down un sixty live Utiles. Tin
Ihirl.v mile lirgui'li aoiilbwiird im,n
Merritt ts being linlliisle.l, uiul the eon
-ti>i<li>iu pugs will Iluu tiitiie down
lu I'lntii tun. Mr.' .1. .1. Wiirnii, pre
I'lenl ut the line, slllle<l in I'l'lltii'tull
ri'ii'litly ibul iiiiislriietiim ui Ilie sliup.i
unil riiiiuilliiiir-e ninl tbe laving mil ut
tin-   mills   will   be  pnn led   witli  n-
-uuu us grinliiig frum llm wharf tn lbe
mer eriis-itig is linisni'd. The atirvej
Iiir tin I'lne ut Niiriiiuuln t nuw ium
ploto,
J,iiii,-.   .1.   Ilill.   mi,,I ',|    by    llm
business like runlrucl. ninth' with tli'
Ketlb- Vullt'y < iitiipitiiy iruin llm yeut-
ui imii Inni wlm li hnve proven nu di-
uppuiiiting in lin- pn, riuiiii nl uiul
peiipb' iii lirilisli tiil..inInn i- iiiri
spt'ukitig  uf guing  tin  wuli   hi-   lun;:
till I. l.i 1)1 line uur llm Hupe llllillll
Inin-. lu spile ui llm liul lliiil lite
(.'ill eminent      wisely     eolltruetiil     thill
running rights shull be given tu tne
V V .v. I!, in uil) ulher ruilwuy uur
lite pru\ uu tally unle.! iiuiiiuliiiu, lie
bit,J bis .-uin ilm- inul,!- un iippliiiiliu i
belille   llii-   iinlliiii    , iillilnis-liili   ill    its
-.'--inn iu ' tilgnry ten iiuv- ugu fur
lin- nppriivul ui it- stirii'veil lin-
lliruugli  the  iii'iin.linn-     Tlm i iiiiuiiK
.-mil nl ,1,1 i'l It- , is;, ii.,, r In llllll, i- in
I in i-I Illllllllll ui III,'' Ml I.ils,si nil III
-pul. A- llm iiiiilrili I Willi tin' Kellli
Vnllii pnn nle- lur running right.:
llllli- is In) llllilhl what in tiuu tlm i nm
unssuui will lul.i- un tin- iippln nl um it
, iiiijiiiiiliuii   with   llm   iippln iiiiun tin
Kettle    V llllel    lllllile   tl|    till'   "llll'    lllll'
lur uppiinul ul its surveys,
riink Pacilic,
Tlm lil.iml 'I'mnl,  I'.i, ili,   I  I- nnv.
i-uiial nn li'>l   inr   i lum   upmi   I v.u   Imu
ilii-.i iitlb- (lnl  i.l   l'u   Ii'iiperl, nu I
Mm bridgt   gong- un- Imi-hing Mm lu.-t
spoil ul llu III',.', nu uli:, li llm Illi"
Will ilu.-.- llm >!,,, n.i i .si Mrin Imi:
iiilups arc I 'in;.' -Iiiii -is' • iu tin.- t.
l-lllil)   nf   Till.v.u.   in   llm   11   I, I,',    sill
ley.   Tin   mil- tin- lunl Inun tlm nnt
ertl   sub'   ill    Mm   mm,lll.ll.        ,|    In   Tile
.luinn- I in I, inni iui ptir.-itiuii- nn- be
iiig rn-lii'i willi ull\ieesl in uiih-r Mini
when wmi, nu llm Imi ni ,|su nub',
l.ii VM . li Un | .1-- nn,I lull lieurge i,
iilllllllelti i'l il ,iiii l,i' i uliipb Imi lit llm
• liiirli-l pus-ibb: tun, Un llm sei
Hou of lull miles weal ui Fori licorgi:
wurk   is   being   iltri-i'U'l   lovvurds   lite
' ulllpleltiill   ni   Ills    ]• lllllllllllg   lllll.S   be
twi'in Mint pu.ill uml I'mmi' Ku|i<r'
ninl it will nut In iiiiiii uiiiiilii- until
llm nut iiiiini liuii-i unl un uiul w ill
tune u loinplete line in ru.-.- lite prm
Hue
OITY OF NOBTH VANCOUVER
TENDERS WANTED
Ucalcd Tendera marked "Tender for
Wulcrwnrka rjupplica" will bo received
by the Cily I'lerk of the Cily ot North
Vuneuuvcr up to IH o'clock noon on
Monday, llm L'7tb May, lllll!, for sun
plying uiul delivering lo the City of
North Vancouver Ihe following upprox
imute quantities of vvufcr spet-iuls:
Speiinl eosltitga required for Siucli
-ust iron pipe.
2-8x8aS-y'a 80 degreca dcfleeUoii.
HxUittixtf—I'roaa.
II   txtlit— Hydrant Tcea
5'-tix6x6x6-('roaicB.
QARVIE & ROBINSON
Painteri, Paperhangeri and Decorator*
Hardwood : FinUliing : a : Specialty
Houw Addreu:   21*t AND ST. ANDREWS AVENUE
Poal (Xlic«, Ceneral Delivery EitimaUa Cheerfully Furniihed
li - -NxtlxSxK --(Iroaai'a. 57 ilegrers dellei-
liun.
l-8*llx8x8-l)roB».
ii-8i8x(l-Hydrant Teea.
100 p, 1. Unto V»lvo Top, ub jmr
bliin print supplied by City Kiiglnonr.
All tbo ulitivi) muterlala tu bo dull-
vurotl F.O.B., Forry Dock, North Van
couvor.
Iliu'li tenderer muat slute tbu time
when delivery cun be effected.
All i.pe, ml to lm of alauilni'd ty|m,
aiiitiibiu fur use in riiiuii'i'lion with Ibo
luyiiig of eual iron wutur innlna.
All toinlora muat be mudu un forms
auppliotl by tbo City lingliieor.
A >.'lii.'t|iit! for fi per cent, of llm
illllllllllt of tho lender uiual iiei'iimpmty
iiiiii nmi every lender,
A bund of llii per t'tiiil. of the amount
uf Ihu iinlliiii t will be iiitiiii.l
Thu Ipwoit or uny tender not net-i"-
snrily ueet'pleil.
ANCIIS SMITH,
Cily Kngineer.
Cily Kngineer'a tllllei.',
Nurlli Vancouvor,
Ililli Muy, lllli. lit 1
Tbe directors are of the opinion that    .
with careful ami inexpensive miinago
ment of tbo aaaiguocB all the cre'ditori
will be paid lu full.
Duo notice of a meeting of the crod-
itora will bo sent out liy the aslagnooa
a* aopii as ptiBaiblu and at that mooting full particular* will bo givon.   .
8BYM01IK MIMHKB CO. LTD.,
V. W. I). Diploek, Secretary.
SEYMOUR      LUMBER     COMPANY
LIMITED
lu view of tliu disastrous lire our
Cuinpany sustained un lhe afternoon of
the lllh mul iu tinier In protect till llm
i-rcilitnrs, the dlroctora uf Mm Company
ut u meeting held yesterday afternoon
decided In tn-.-.igii to lim llnrrunl llevel
tipmcnt iu. Ltd.
APPLIOATION   FOB   LIQUOR   U-
OBNBB
Notice is hereby glyen that ut the
tti'ii meeting of the Hoard nf Mconiu
i 'uitiiiti■■i.innei;, for the Diatrict of North
Vuncouver, I will apply fur a license In
acll inn.■ n ni in," litpinra iu |>rumiac* ail-
mile in Diatrict Lot I'lighl llundrutl and
Fifty four (8B4) Diatrict of North Vancouver.
W. 0. KENNEDY,
•166 Huntings Ht., Euat,
Vancouver.
Muy llth,  IIM-.'. lll-il
WEST VANCOUVEB MUNICIPALITY
OONTRAOTOBB
Tendera will Ig) received by lhe tin
ilersignctl up tn imuii Muy Imb fur the
I construction of u new Municipal ilull
fur Ihu iiinii ii diitrict. %t
I'lati. nnd spin ilicnliuns muy be seen
ul llm ulliii! nf .1. (I. MncKcnzio, .'Kltl
Homer alreet, Viuicuiiver, II, C.
Tim lowest ur any tender nt\t nceoa-
snrily aeceptod.
(I. II. l'KAKK, C.M.C.
Iiu,.in   Ilia, Mereuutili! liiiililing,
Vuiicuuver, H. C.
COLUMBIA CRAPH0PH0NES
and GRAFANOLAS
from $20.00 to $180.00
DISC RECORDS FOR
ALL MACHINES AT
Warburnitz Piano House, Ltd.
443 LONSDALE AVE.
NORTH VANCOUVER
Coal & Supply Co.
Ltd.
DEALERS IN
Coal, Brick, Lime, Gravel, Sand, Plaster,
Cement, Lath, Sewer Pipes, and
General Builders' Supplies
Wharf: Foot of St. George's Ave.   Phone 178.
Oflice: 56 Lonsdale Avenue.   Phone 198.
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NOTICE
The undersigned Coal Merchants of North Vancouvei
hereby beg to give notice that on and after June Isl, 1912,
all coal supplied will be sold for cash only, either on or before
delivery.
White we do not wish our customers to think that we
doubt their credit, it has been found lhat thc cost of collecting
so many small accounts is prohibitive.
We, dierefore, ask all our customers to accept this notice
in order to avoid inconvenience to themselves and to us.
(Signed)
NORTH VANCOUVER COAL AND SUPPLY
COMPANY, LIMITED,
F. M. Bressey, President.
NORTH SHORE COAL AND FEED CO.
II. Mitchell, Manager
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THE EXPRESS NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1912.
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BUSINESS, RESIDENCE
AND ACREAGE LOTS
WORTH ENQUIRING
-—- ABOUT	
IN D. Ii. 265—Several choice 00 ft, lots including corner lots.
Prices from 13,600 up.
ON THIRD 8TBEBT-60 ft. Lots at »2,1Q0, 11.300 aud »10 •
000. 25 ft. Lots at 12.760, $3,000 and 13,250.
IN CAPILANO VALLEY
for 11,200 per acre.
-00 acres for 190 per aero; 16 acres
IN LYNN VALLEY-26 ocreB for »1,300 per acre.
IN EAST SHYMOUK   1'lvo acros for $1,700 per acre   .
IN WEST OAPILANO-U'/j acres for $2,000 por acre.
Apply to
The Burrard Development Company, Limited.
ilrolicru
(gucrciiore lu Elder Murruy Company Inutile
17 I.onsdulc
I'liune 111
North Vancouver Business
and Professional Cards
VI I 111 VI VMS
lie .,11111, e
(liitiriinlee Dumb
FELIX GRAHAM
Audilor uml Aceuiiiilnnl
IUI I.onsilule Avenue. I'. 0. Box 2191
North Viinciiuver. I'lmue 1117,
Percy   ti    Howard II    1    I'crrln
City   Auditor.
HOWARD & PERRIN
Auiillum   uuu   Accountants
M  I'ender  til    vv       I'   tl   (lux  Uil
I'lione mi ''I'""" ""
Vuncuuver        Ninth Vuncuuver
li yuu  vviitil   vuur garden  llxed  ur
lutvtiH laid uul, see
W. BURR1LL
Ti-tcr  Itiiud,  I .villi   Vullt-V
lit- will give yuu a good Jul) lit a rt.'U*
unu hiu rah'    Nulliiug lou largi' ur lou
Miiiill.   KhIijjiutert  giviMi.
■ 1'Iuuh nmi Kttlimutcti fumitilied free.
Iti'ltain iif.',   rcuiudcliiig,   ni*.,  |iruui|»ll}'
uUciiilcd to
J. W. BAKER
BUILDING CONTRACTOR
Lynn Valley, B. 0.
Allun Iinini ucur Wostuvcr. I' I) Hu,v
L'U, I,vnn Creek, 11. C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE
| C. A. Col,., B.O.B.A.
Anbilecl
1725 Ohcstcrbcld Avcuue,
Nortb   Vancouvor
PbOUO K I.'".
Underwood's Barber Shop
IS NOW OPEN
at 8 LON8BALE AVENUE
FEBBY WHAM'
J. H. ENGLISH
O. K. UBOCEB
Ami geuerul Cuiiitnissiun Merchant, III
Lousilale Ave, Nortli Vuneuuvcr.
Pboue 321
tit Minn s
in. vi t.-nulls
CAPILANO LAUNDRY
My dollies uru at tbo Capilano
I l-uuuilry wbcre yours uuglil lu br
j Flat Wtirli for 30 ecitts du;. Itougb
'dry, ic (b., wet vvusli, lie Ib. Drop u>
I a curd ami wc will call for llioui
P. O. box 2222
J. BRIND, R.S.S.
OEBTIF1ED   SHOEING   SMITH
Successor   tn   Wulluce  4  Scott, Tbird
Street.   (Jeiierul n.puir work,
A. Wallace'• services nuio been re
mined.
Hll I I .1  Hi
Ii.iiii, -   AMI STAIlllMKIli,
MISS COLLIE
Up to date Millinery
Modcrlao Ituies
Koltb Block    93 Lonsdalo Ave.
rniiini.li vt-iii ii
THE LEONARD-SALE CO.
Boobeolleri aud SUiiuiion
''     Cor. Lonadalo and let.        I'bnr« 1*3
NORTH  VANCUUVKB
CARBUTT
Studio   ovor  Hank   B. N. A.
Lonidule and KmiluSudo
nni, l.m.im.i.iis.
ANGUS J. CAMERON
A.M.I-K   A S.
CIVII, ENGINEER
Irrigation, drainago, lovdi, plane
aud ipceiliculium. Soplic tanlti and
bouie drainago a ipecially. I'. O.
Box 244, I6lb street weat ol liawicke
Avenue.
TAIMMS.
E. LAURIN
Htgl, Class I-inlie.' aud Oeotn' Tailoring
Kepairing   aud   Alterations   Cleaning
and Dyeing iu all ils braiiebci, All
Wurk guaranteed.
Ill Kn. I Btreet Went. l'bono 291
It    VI  III  IIS    ,l|l Ml   ,
I IIMIIII ■uuii.
/
J. DUNCAN
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDBS
Plant l-'.iet iiieil    : :   Kilimatoi Oivco
Centre and Mill Bold
Lynn Valley, B. O.
Tbe New Block on Lonidale Avenue
near  ilu. Keny Approach
' wui built by
SMITH BROTHERS
General Contractors
NORTH VANCOUVER
A. Craib W, Craib
A. CRAIB & SON
C0NTBA.0T0B8 AND BUILDKB6
Jn Concrete, Brick and Wood,
Office: 117 FIBST BTKKKT KABT
SAM. T. SUTTON
TKACHKH OF 1'IANO uud THKOHV
Specialty: Children's  I,essoin-  at owu
inline      Termi, etc., apply General
Delivery.
Mending a Faucet
giving it a gootl, milt'-Batisl'ying grapple. A stream like tbut, will not tight
(air.   if you put your bund over tlm
.  pipo tbo atrcaiii will stiiiirt out in forty-
An Easy Job Tbat Mr. Qlmp Tackled    '   J^^   ^   .   am   m
Witb Ooiiltdeuco
It Oavo Hlni a Big Surprise
When He Oot Through, or as Near
Through as He Was Permitted to
flet, He was rather Subdued—Tbe
Plumber's Comment was Quite Brief.
TINSMITHS
N.V. Tinning & Sheet Metal Workt
' First Btreet Eaat of Lonsdale
Loweit prices and best  wurk guarau
Iced oo tinning and slice! metal work,
LYNN VALLEY TEMPEBANOE HO
TEL, NORTH VANCOUVER
On  tbo  cal line,  Boarding,  meals
tiood in em minium fur working man
Controt'toi■ ' men boarded. Ily. Kastcotl
Proprietor.
MRS. I. HILL
Kind class dressmaking alterations,
ladici own material! made up, fit guaranteed. Address Bewick, corner of 161b
P. O. North Vancouvsr.
Mr. Gimp como buino from the city
tho other day ami burst into bis house
witli un air that meant business. He
Mini,',i when Ihu maid told bim his
wife wus out, bul n parcel on the
stairs, took mi Ii ih cuul, rolled tip bis
sleeves, tuul, his parcel uud went up
to the bathroom, where he opened llm
piicknge. It contained u monkey-
wrench, a screw driver, hull' u tlotA'ii
assorted rubber washers mul u pipe
wrench.
"Thank goodness, uiv- wife's mil
liumi'I" said Mr. Gimp, "It there is
anything upsets u mun it is the foolish
]uestions n woman usks when h,e is
trying In do u jub. Humbert Sim d
get u plumber tn mend n lenity faucet,
wuulil shel I'll shtivv Iter lhat li man
uf iiiteligence cun du ll jub in live min
tiles thnt n ptiliuber wuulil take llll do,"
to tin uml charge 16.   Now!"
Mr. 11 imp turned tlm faucet. Nul u
drop uf wuler clinic oul. Ile turned
the other. It was dry. They were tile
bathtub faucets, ami lbe (nf uue lunl
been leaking for a week, while Mr
Gimp promised duy by duy tu intend
In it.
"Well," said Mr. Gimp us he suw
that uu wuter ciiine uut uf tlm fuut-cts,
"thul's mure sense thun I Ihougbi llui'
vvoinuu possessed. Turned nil' the wu
ter, did she I Hide'I let tl run ull din
when there tvns uu need ul it. uev ,'
Nuw "
Mr. llimp tool, llic monkey wrent-.lt
in um- Iinini nnd Ilie i'i).' wrench in
Hit- ulher uml i-llntlied inlu llm Lnlli
tub Then lie sni nn tlie edge while
he studied  lhe dim el
"l.elliuic seel " he sllid " Vun llll.'
"IT ihul handle, uml vim unscrew tIn
lop dingus. Thill's vvhal yuu do." Sn
he did Ihut. Twice llu- monkey wrench
slipped mul he skinned Ihree knuckle-.,
but he gul lhe handle t,ff. mul he un
screwed llm cup nmi pulled mil the ml
Ilml held Uie washer. Then be peered
Imu unu ihe remaining portion nf tlm
limed  nnd  looked ul   lhe  washer
Tlie washer nei-nie.l in good i uii'l'
liun       He   pi-i-red   intu   lllc   lilileel   .111 I
ran Ins Anger uruuiul in it. un-iiiniilul
iug truit rust on it. If llu- washer was
mil  broken, whul  iniilil  In- the luull i
willi Ibe thing/   There inii-t  I uur
thing lhe mailer deeper down. II. nl
his pipe wrench uruiiml the pipe an I
grasped llu- lilin el wilh the liuilil,ei
wrench The faucet held like grim
dentil The mure tl resisted the uuu '
ne |<ii»hcd and pulled and gritiiti -I tin I
.;iul 'Irung vvurds.
When lhe faueel guve ul lusl it gu\<'
suddenly, und  Mr. (limp fell un r llu
si le  ill   lhe  I.u t ll I Ul • llllil   lllll.led   Willi  .1
bump Ihul lmi,I. the huuse. II wu
up uguin in n minute and in the bath
lub The fuueel tvns Iiu.llv marred
where the wrench hud dug intu its
sufl brass, uiul lhe nose of it was
Iwisted nwry. but  the faucet  wn    i.ff
He  Inul.  tile  lllll'il   lu lIlK-Wili'luw   lllll
.In,tied it K.xeepl for Ibe damage h-
lunl 'lune it, lliele seeitnil nothing llu
nni11. r vvilh it.
"Some fool plumber," suul Mr. (limp
t'tigrily, "bos pul lhe wrung snrt m'
washer into tins faueel Thai - wbal '
llic mailer, aud thai 's all "
He |,ii lied mil a diffcri-itl -ml uf
washer nnd pul il un the plunger ll
wns iiiii a giiml Hi. Imi il was a chaiig '
anyway
"Nuw," suul Mr (iiinp. nmi b"
i limbed lunl, inlu the litillilui' II"
humped liun.M'l! duwn uu Ins luces
at,.! looked into the vvata p'pe on
wlneh he had lu screw thci faucet.
"Nuw." he said.
A-   ii Ihul  had  been  the signal, a j
strung, vigorous ttrt-am uf wuler shol !
mil of the pip'' ami struck Mr   Oinip
in ihe eye.   lie gasped fur breath and
tumbled   backward     But   llm   stream
pursued  him,    Ile  g"1   »p "l"1  I""!1 |
I'lcl   wilh   lbe slreuin
I'ulesB  yuu   hove   tried   In   grapple |
nilh   u   stream  like   Ihut   yuu   i annul
oven faintly imagine tbe difficulty "of
tbo ceiling. Most nf tin-in hit Mr.
Gimp. He wrestled silently until the
bathroom was well aiiuketl mul he wus
well mil.ed uml then lm deei'li'd it
was butter just lo let the sl renin spurt
It spurted into the biithtnb uiiywiiy.
Bo be got out of the tub ami dripped
on the lloor uml puwed the. wuter md
of bis hair mid wiped the wuter uut
of bis eyes.
Anil just then the plumber mime up
Stain again. Ile bail been down cellar to turn on the win cruller he bud
fixed the faucet, and it was tpiilc nut
unil Ihut lm .lnml' iiiiiii' up again lu
see if the faucet was well fixed, So
be ciinio up, uud he louked in to the
bathroom, und, he suw lhe faucet l.v
iug in tlm |,niliiiil' milling lhe wruiiehoi
nnd waler, uud be suw llm wuler
spurting liogrtlly.
And ull he said was, "Well, I'll be
iluriieil!"   .lus! like lliul    "Well, I 'il
be ilurueill "   That wus ull he said.
Kllis I'arkcr Butler in Judge.
DIDN'T WANT TOO MUCH.
Amateur Nimrotl—Can you show me
any bear tracks! Native—1 kin show
you u bear. Amateur Nimrod—Thaiilts
awfully, oltl cliup.   Tracks will, suffice.
s. Siijimrd l.antl lllslrlel '
TAKIS NOTICE that Murray CHIT, of
Vancouver, B. C„ occupation, lumberman, lutends to apply for permission
to purchase tbu following described
lands:
' '.■ in nu it, ■mn ut a post planted at tbe
north-euet curner of Timber Limit No.
(3146, in. in, west 00 chains, tbence
nortli (0 cbuins, thence teat (0 ohalns
more or lees to shore line, tbence sou-
fherly ulong short- line to point of
commencement, containing 210 acres
moro or less.
MIJilltAY CLIFF.
mtth February, net.
OKHItGlS VKltlillill, Agent
Vancouver Business Directory
in MMiss. riii,i,i:i.i:s.
SPR0TT-SHAW business College
336 Hastings St. W.
Canada's Groatmt Wiattrn School
R. J, Sprott, B.A., - -Manager
hiijuui'il  lnml  Iiiuiii. I
TAKK NOTICK thul Churles R Garrett, of Vancouver, B. C„ occupation,
liinilieiniun, Intends tu apply for per-
mi .n.i, tu purcliiiBc tbo following described lunds:
Ctiiiimenclnj; ut u pust planted at the
snulh west corner uf tlinlier limit tif
IViH.  thenee north CO chains,  thence
West 40' chuins. inure or less to shure
line, ihence soulli-oesierly ulung; shore
line  to  polnl  of commencement  und
con mining 20U acrea more or less.
CHARLES E. (lAIlltKTT
lliili February, ism.
29-0 ni'lOHCK VERDIER, Agent
ShilotimGim
OUICM.Y fTOM COUOH*.  CUBtB COLDS,
mUml THC TH»0»T ASiO IMtiOI. U OIHlt
Plumbing!     Pluniblngl     Plumbing
Conlractors. Owners gel llxctl up
wilh jobs before rise in material. CM
figures. Jobbing carefully attended lo,
J. I. MURRAY
21st Btreet, % Block West of Lonsdalo
SAW ni.ER AND OBINDEB
All kinds of sswi tiled ond set ou the
"shortest notice,   l-awn mowers, luiiviw,
hedge shears and scissors iharpcned. All
work guaranteed, moderate prices.
p. DOWIE
183s Lonadal* Avsnus Phone 86
We have a Large and Exclusive Ust
D.L 265 and D.L. 273
PROPERTIES
ALEX. SMITH & COY.
Phone 24. P.O. Box 1820
NORTH VANCOUVER
HIOAI, HS'l'A'lTi.
Yorkshire Guarantee k Securities
Corporation, limited
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
UND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENT^
ESTATES   MANAGED      |
FIRE INSURANCE
K. Kerr Hinilfjate --.- Manager
luivi'ii 11 v.vrs.
All North Vaueouver peopls sat at
LEONARDS'
Either Fluck Block or Hustings St,,
opposite the new post oflice. 1 -niiniil
sells Iiii leu by tbo pound,
We invite all those who intend building a new house
to call and see our display of doors which
we have on hand. We have a large
assortment of   the  latest
patterns and solicit
a call from
you
J,      ' ' -=
Dickinson & Son, Ltd.
ESPLANADE EAST
I». 0. LW 1719.
hone
222
Villi
- ^^-' Lynn View
Lots from $325 lo $500 per lot.
Terms, $50.00 cash, $10.00 per month
<J These Inls arc one bluck Irom car line in Lynn Valley and
nice and level ami high.	
i\ Let us tjunle yuu rates on Lire, Life and Accident
INSURANCE
McMillan & reid
I'lione  I'M.
)u I.ONfliAl.l-; AVKNIiK
MONTREAL
THE STANDARD lu lbc National
Weekly Nowapaper of the Dominion
ui Canuda.     It la natlonul in ull Its
IlilllH.
It its, h ihe must expensive cngrav-
Inne, piuetirlni; Ilie pliiilogrupbu linin
till uver Un, tvnrlj,
lis .mn leu ure carefully selected oat}..;
its    iiili,<n,il    pulky    le    thoroughly .
lllJc|ielllli III
A sui'Miii'ii.'ii in Tbe Standard
i,..Ms $2.00 ptr year lu uny uddress In
t: Jim ii.i ur Ureal llrltuln.
TRY IT FOR 19121
Montreal  Standard  Publishing Dta
Limited, Publishers.
ATENTS
nirR'iliiiWdiilkHii
V»a »olldI thr buiinrM of Mantifaclturrt,
l'!nj:ni( ci s ii nil other* who rtflfiic the advlubll-
iiy of lyvlug il.' It Titcni jiu»iur»» iraniAclcd
ly Kxpciti. J'lvllmliHityidvit'Cfrrt. Chnrjfii
inudrntc. Our Inventor'* Advlirr wnl opon n •
ii'.icbi. ItirTofl tk Hn.l"n,yif.tfn.lt;r.f Vork Uie
Itld'!  M   itH'-il' »H'J Ki»]il.ml'.,i   im    \}Mi
LADIES
Vo«uc Millinery Parlor hu moved lo
bob Lonsdalo between bib and titb st.
31 r,
N. V. WOODY ARD
lo.iiiin unil:. of dry Ur stood for u.ulck
sale Price por odd cords, 11.16. Spe
eial quotation! lor larger quantities
Cut Wood, 16 Inches, tl.'lk. li inchei
m-60.. r. 0. D.
Office ond Vuid 14lli and I .ouidalc
Phone 190.     P.O. Box 2432.
The Home Furnisher's^
Thi* Week End SPECIALS
CARPET DEPARTMENT
35c, valuer al 25c   I   MATIING, Per Yard
MA ITINC; MATS
Oo. 50c, values al 40c
WILTON RUGS
Beautiful   in   Design and   Colon
Bik Value al $5; lliu Week, $4
Regular Value, 25c and 15c; this
Week, 20c and 10c per yard
MADRAS CURTAIN MUSUN-
Buj Value al 45c; this Week, 20c
See Our PULLMAN SOMASAUTTCC DAVENPORT BED COUCH »t $50
CROCKERY DEPARTMENT
150 CUPS and SAUCERS to Clear at 5cuch; Regular, 12 14c.
— Theatre Pretty Brown and Green Edge Border	
THE HOME FURNISHERS
.—',„■..-
128 onsdale Ave. '"«->«  North Vancouve r glI'J!l!LllJI|M.,ii.!B
I
1   ' ■"
THE EXPRESS NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1912
.    —
tmwwwmmmt
OF ALL KINDS
FOR EVERY PURPOSE
.
===== 1 '   f  1   =
t
Uf   OUR STOCK is complete, and
^JJ   the Quality is here.
1
1
Uf   LAWN MOWERS in all sizes
^U   Irom 12 to Ifi inches.
til    We also have a stock ol the
Famous Summerscale
LAWN ROLLER
the best on the rn/rkel ranging (rum
300 to 500 pounds and the prices are
right.
paine & McMillan
Wholesale ami Retail Hardware
Phone 12. FIRST .STREET AND I.ONSDALE
<!
We solicit the trade of all builders who appreciate
I ligli Grade Goods at a moderate price, and the
prompl and careful filling of orders, which our large
slock and long experience in business makes possible.
Burrard Sash & Door Factory, Ltd.
KOOI til'' SI. (ilillKGIi ST.
Mlltl III VANCUUVK
A BUNGALOW
on a good lot, containing live rooms
WANTED
tm ,i client on the lollowing tcinn,. Sliou cash, balance tin ron'.,
WHAT HAVE YOU TO OFFER?
Lnstins» ul  Cny Piu|ieity Solicited
We have money waiting lot «uuil buys
Muii((,tgcii Arraugod.     Money to Loan.    AgrecnionU of Sale
Discounted
HOOD &  SOUTAR
Boom 'III. 81 Lousdale Avenuo. North Vancouver,
(above Poat Office)
Pout Ollice Bin No. 2397. Telephone No. 162
$1 down, $1 per week
Canada's
Pride
tin
Will,
'unit
MiiiK-
,1
• Itove
tiuppl
'•<./  >;> £/ Malleable Steel Range
lli,< .ii-i ptr, ui, i,l pItu, „l lino Dollur <ln»u Illi,I Hue llolllll per
we in, olfertiiu t.m ul lm be.-l Malleable Meel Haiigcti up ll"'
Imu market.
ul l,i.-i.l li<.i--i,in III icI St, cl cobl rivelU'l on titulliulilc rleel fiiiitt''
i nbroltii. ly null-drill tililc. impuiiaible lo vvurp or crack uml no
pully n< the joitit.. to full oiii ul any time
ml   iv ill,   .iui. iinm!   o, ni|/li elevated copper rem-rvoir
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
HARDWARE
Rhone (X)
107 Ejplanade West
NORTH LONSDALE
,.    Our lull in liloek,:, ll. J,. ?M »re Mlliilg rapidly.   'Ihtl arc unipicn
tionoblytht- cbeapeet nuuioile in North Vancoiivcr today, ami when the
- cxleniviou of lb.  Norlli Umdale cur line taken place Jcy will bo cheap
at If 111 per lot.
•    puy at ouco a 40 foot lot tn, lilt.
Termi tit caih, balance ti, VI and 18 moulhi.cW'cannot guarautce
thii price for one week to dou't deity.
CARDINAL TMacGREGOR
Kit BBPLAHADE   (OLD FOOT OFFICE)
Phone 883      Ji V. O. Vet mt
Agent; /or London Atewance Co.
1 "■    , .      n i
We have a good selection of Houses lor Sale or Rent
LADIEB OF THB CABINET
Mlnistof'u Wives'at Ottawa Have A
Hard Took tn Fulfil.
In Ottawa the iiiipiiiui of sticiely
reign not, ne in mime citiiti, hy virtue of the piutitoKuiiiii uf grout wealth
but by right uf political looilornliip
of tho lm.km,I uml uuin, ,; nn,]
purliiips thin ocIh In muui) extent iih- ii
cheek upon Ilie iticliiiiiliiiii an geu-
erully preyuleul) towunl ilitiplay le
ilreiu, houioliolii iiiiinagi'iiieiit and
thi) i|xerei«e uf lio.ipilulity. If mniii
iiiui', either i'ii!* liorsolf ur fur hei
IiiihIiiiiuI, tliu Olliitvii woman Iiiih oln
er iiiiIIi'Ik for her energy Hum more
i'fTort.1 In outshine her neighbors i i
the giirgeoiisiiess of her apparel or Ihr
splendor of her ontertallllliciits; mil
beliiml the gaieties whicii keep so
duty ul the capital in u whirl I'm
tint llrsl few liiiiiiiiil ni i'luli yum
lliere is often much of u serious pur
pose, ll is llic nature uf women,
even   in   Ihis  uue   when   in   unpreeo
denied    numbers   llicy   an gagine
in independent enlerprises, to be in
loosely interested iu Hie interests u''
those dear lu Ihem, uml in politienl
eireles tlie tuiitieii mosl averse to et
lering whut Ibey regard lis Hie pru
cilice ul inuii" 'iiiiinii liiil.l entirely
;;luuf frum lbe keen ninl exciting iiu-l
unceasing conical of politics. It i-
inipiissilile Hint lluv should nol lake
sides, but, if tl is iluiie tactfully tm I
milium bittorncsi, even au oppoueti,
likes, I believe, lir see u wife slim,I
ing staunchly by. her liuslmml, uu
eensinly  curing   tut  ihe  interests  I,
I'its    III     lllllll      llliil    lu'i],in;;   lum.
wins ubl or new, us a woinun cun
Whatever bleu une mny hobl on Ik
ipieslion ot "woman's sphere" in oen
erul. une is liuiiinl from llic nultire u'
llle . hm- Iii Hike vvlilil may be ralie.l
nn ubl iusliliiiicl tieu of Hu- leiulnir
woiiii-n ul Otlavvu, To llic iiulsbb
tttirbl tbey arc, lirst an,I ftireinusl
tin- ii ties ur iluughlcr* of Ilie Houu
uble Minister ui tins ur llui I llepur,
until; ami as their purls ure i,,i, •
I'luie,I vviiliiti llic sun,hty ui luun.
il -i less east lo wute of litem Inin, il
iviiitbl be ol their husbands -pubic
nun ivhiiM' public Hurl, is not in lin
least injured by Hie utmost posstbl,
,iiniiiiiil of limelight
Kicn   it   (ilintpse   min   lbc   lives   lc
bv   the   (iuvcrnmciil   liiiliis   vvbil.-l   ,-t
iiii,i,i,i ailggeBts Hint  fur pari, il  uo,
all. ul   llle  nar   Ihey   must    be  ver;
l,i,..i   women.    For instance   ink,   tii,
matter   ui   rccepliom,  ulmie     Ilium;
llic   s.-llsoii   lite   witcs   ol   llic   I'abuii
M u, i.-l ■ r.-   re.ine  on    M un .In >    tilt.-
iiuiius.   Iiiiii  llie  number  of   liun   iiill
>is   muunis   lur   iiilo   ilie   hundred
It   is   not   obligatory   In  return lins
.tills,  but   I   was  lubl   lliul   Ihis   tenr
lint    llll,I   n-Mllve.l   lu   'lu   so.     Win-  .
iiutvi'Ver,   oiii    la,It   lia.l   unu'    linn,In I
Ulllcrs   Ulnl   liiinil,, [   mm,', n     bun.li,.I
Willi   several   recepliim   days   .-nil   n,
,'inic,  it  l„,nine inaniiesl  lliul  t,, n
Inin   hi   p, i,-nn  tke  vtslls ui all  llu  ,
was    impossible.      And,    ol     i mn--,
lliere ure  in  addition   u   mtiltiplu tij
of oilier sn. ial Intn I inns, sucli ii* >li'i
ll.TS      llllll       lull, llculi.,     ill IIOUICS     ill,,I
bridges, lo lain   lbc lime aiul slrmulli
ui   the   social    leaders,    whelher    ,i-
unc.-ls  or  lioalesses.
Man) of Hie ladies belong bv  l.irtli
IIII.I     C'lll,'Ull,III      III     llll'      IWO      lll'l     | I"
Hints wlneli were lite lirst to l..ii
Ike loinie ol 'in,iiiu Ontario 1.
represented by Mrs rjproulc, the wil,
of the Speaker of the House uf I 'oln
moos, ut whose table ul ts ol real
tiileresl to l.nowi wine inter appears,
and also by ball a do/on oi tin Mm
islers' wins. Kmily I1 Weave! i-i
The chit unlay Oleic.
THB GREAT HYPNOTIST
lliink is lbe grciilest mid unci baTfe
fill liypnntlst mi the earth nt preeent!
uud that iiilluiiiii'ii ia more awful Hum
any plague, mure devaatuling than any
war, (looking back from more tlni'i
unil.lb life. I cap hardly reineiiiber.n
cuse of wreck and ruin that litiii nut
been, directly uf indirectly, the result
of drink.. It Ih 11 terrible'mil cull my
iiiemnry goes through, of mini of good
and even brilliant gifts inni of brlgb'
ninl glorious opportunities, who uro
denil, or worse thun deml, nt tlio limnl
of the great liypnnlisl. Against that
record I cannot recall u single ease of
11 man wbo, free from the tyranny nf
drink, bus been utterly destroyed by
Misfortune, Tbe hunlcst blows of fate
seem powerless In slny lbe mint whom
Hit.'   great   hypnotist   cnnitnt   subdue.
Ami tii,mri   1 iliink Intemperance is
often us iniiili n ciiiisi'i|iicui'f its n
cause, I truly believe Hint if drink
cimbl' be Utterly wiped uut ni Ike
wurlil tonight. Immunity wuulil awake
in the morning wilh more than bulf iis
sorrows and suffering gone.—From
Ilull I'nine's iiovi'l, "Drink."
WHY!
I. Some sny alcohol gives strength
If so, why do nllilctes abstain vvhilj
training for 11 nice ur other conteals
requiring strength!
il. Sume sity alcohol gives etnliir
nine. If mi, wby lo greul employe!.:
of labor cut ull' Hie supply uf drink
when work uf tin especially artliiou-t
or b'tiglliencil iiiilure is required!
It. Some sny nlcoltnl gives heat. II
so, why do travelers in the Arctic
regions who lake drink succumb lo th <
mill, while Hie abstainers remain uu
harmed 1
I. Some say iilcoltul is goo,I 111 In"
coiiiilrics. li >o, vi Iiv ,Ii,I Stanley re
iiisc il lo uis uu 11 during ins fori ed
mun k across Africa in search ol Kinil
I'askii/ '
uk ..liul
■ I      Sllllle
nerves. II
slain liefor
'ration;
li.   Sunn
lieullli     It
so,   Wbv   ,|,i
perforin 1 ng 1
,.iv     lib lllllll
■ll II
Hii
ul'
lelnille  up
Sllll'III'
stir;
win
illslllllls     III
siiram e cum
fill   it   Inc..'
patties take lolal ubslui
premium Ihun ollius/
i    Sunn- -uv il is dangerous lo slid
lenil   give   up   Hie   Use   ui  Illllllllll.     li
so, why iiii prisoners, mosl ut wlun:,
ine ohltp ,1 su,bii nlv tu abstain, im
prove iu  lieullli,'   Temperance I'aiise
JOB=
PRINTING
AT THE
EXPRESS
TBNDBBS WANTED
HEALED TENDERS marltod "Ton
ler fur grading" will bo rocoive^iy f\n
Qlly Olerk of the Oity of Nortr/VyinF
.'iiuvcr, up to 13 o'clock noon on Moil-
day the Hitli day of May, 11118, for
grading the following:
ililli slreet, frum Forbes nveniio to
Quceiisbiiry Avenue. I'lstiinnteil cut HI,-
Ulld cubit: yurtls.
Kith slreet, Keith mail to tfl. An-
Irew'a avouuo, Hslimutod cut 10,70)1
cubic yards.
HI. (leorgti's uveiiiie, from Mii sired
lo llllll street, Kslimuleil cut fi.UUU eu-
bit: yards.
Forbes Avenue Irnm .'lnl slreei ttl Ililil
street. Estlmuloil cut 4,300 eubie yurd-i.
Athletic Field in Million Park. Ki
lilliatotl cut 11,(1011 eubie yurds. Fill...
 cubic yards.
Suid grading In be done according
to plans, proliles, cross suctions and
specifications prepared by the i'ily En
gineer.
All lenders for the ubove meuliaiiol
work must be made on forma aupplied
liy tint Oity Engineer.
I A cheque for f) per ceul. of lhe
,,:.,,, ,i,i of Iiii) tender must accompany
each and every tonder.
A bund uf Hi per ceul. of Hie iimotin'
of the contract will be required.
Separate lenders must be made for
each work ubovo mentioned.
The lowest or uny,tender mil iieeet
snrily accepted.
A. M. WEST,
Aiding Oily Engineer.
Oily Engineer's Ollice,
Nurlli Vancouver.
I ."ilh May, 11113. u| "i
ShMsGuni
mncotiiiHtKTSi
"il"!"   ' III.
JULY 1st OBlBBBATiON
Mooting on Friday Evening May
'Mb
Tlia public meeting called hy the
Mayor to toko place In tha city boll
on Wednesday evening for the purposo of making arrangements for
tlio annual celebration of the First
of July ln thla city, lias hod to be
deferred until Friday evening, May
lilth, owing to several poisons wboito
presence will be necessary having
provlous engagements on the night
originally choeon. Make a note of
the date uow linod—Friday evening, May iiiih in the Olty Hall.
11 1
HduSE MOVING
I'lione Fairmont lain, Simpson Hros
liiiililing movers, lllll Fifth Ave. Wesl,
Vancouvor, H. II, Enquire Simpson, 1st
liouse oust of tionldalu, llllh slreet. Es
tiiiiitles free. 31-0
TENDERS WANTED
Tendera will be received' by Iiu: tn
deraigned until noon 011 Fridiiy, lie
■ilsl May, for lhe erection of 11 cu'
luge on Hie iluitit ultiinil Society'
ground. I'luns and .-puilt'at urns can
be seen ul ilr. Keene'^ resilience, bit:
and St. Oeorge. 'Ike .lowest or air.
Iimler nul necessarily tici opted.
W. I.'KEENE.
i'r■ -ilinl   ni   lin    Nurlli   \ inn une 1
Horticultural Socimy. 'Its i
NOTICE   OF   ASSIGNMENT
CREDITORS'   TRUST   DEEDS   AOT
■ NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN tbut
by Deed dated tho llllh day of Muy,
lllli, the Seymour I,umber I'onipany
Limited, Of the Oity of Nnrlh Van
couver, in the l'rov.iiu;e of Hritisb Col
iiinbiu, made ai! Assignment iimler the
above mentioned Aet for lbe benefit of
ils creditors lo the uiulersigiicil.
All persons Iiuv ing claims against
the said Assignor are requested In sen I
full piirlietiliirs of sumo duly verified
ingethe'r wilh particulars ui securities
nf uuy) held by Hiem lo Hie undersign
oil Assignees on or before the lOlh day
of .line, WIS, ufler which dale Ike
said Assignees, will proceed to dislri
biile Uie ic'.ei: among Hit: creditors
having regard only tu such i-iiiium as
tbey shall then hove had nolice ol',
A ineeling of the creditors of tint
suiil Seymour Lumber t'ompuny Limit
cl, Assignor, will be held ul me ollice oi
Messrs. Tuylur, [Inline A Innes, till 11
render Slreei Wesl, Vuncouver, li, l'f
nn Tuesday, the tMlli day uf May, A.I I.,
11112, al Ihree o'clock in the aflernoon
IIATKH al .Nmlli Van.nuvcr, II. 1 ,
Iki- L'tllli ilay ui May, All., ItlL',
jUllllls   III
BvKliM'a
OOMl'ANV LIMITED,
Assignees.
17 Lonsdale Avenue, S'urlli Vain
Address till euiniiiiiiiiilUiuus tu
THK     HI'IIUAIil)     DEVELDI'MENT
OVER 18 YEA"
EXPERIENCE
Trudi Mahki
DtiK.ru
CopYinonri Ae.
Anronilending utioliti „; ,1,1,., n,.il, n m.,
.Qtcklv umrtuln oui t,|,ii,iiii rroti wtioltiar in
ItiTtuitliin 11 rr, inii; 1 -inni ,t,is  r. iiuimi k-fl.
" llnlul.
I od I'iiodU
WE HAVE
SOME VERY CHOICE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES IN
ALL PARTS OF THE CITY AND NORTH LONSDALE DIS
TRICT.
BEE OUR LIST BEFORE PURCHASING.
L. L. WOODARD
m Second BLiccl NORTH VANOOUVER Plione 107
qnl.ilT
toTtntlf
iii'iiiiirki]) t- i.iiii
Ol"
lint fie*. (/Jilcit iftrnaj roriPcurTiiKLiiilAnll,
l'AtcutJ tUuu (Druuub Wuiin i tu rocoifi
*9tctal ncAUi, irlthout ctiir^o, laih«
Scientific Hiticricait
A hjjuUorulr UluitnUt] wrpklj liigiii dr-
puiuinii of tmiif icloalitic: i'-uv.ti. 'jrui.i for
ruud*. |i.Tt i yeu, j/tjtUtt i-h^j.   . m bj
Hi MWHlfcfch.il.
Imiab Oflcv, U V Ht. WubJAfSa, i. C.
WINNING NUMBER 1879
The
Wood-Paige Shoe Co.
Mount Crown Block
FIRST STREET EAST
FURNISHERS OF FINE
FOOTWEAR TO THE
CITIZENS OF NORTH
VANCOUVER   -!■    +
Repairing by
Machinery    <■
All New.       No Old Stock.
Fine assortment of Flower
and Garden Seeds in packages.
Sweet Peas by the oz.
These   come in Black,   White,
l.uveiiiler, I'ink and Red or mixed.
Special Lawn Grass,  -   50 cti. Ib.
Selected White Clover, - 65 cti. lb.
North Shore Drug Co.
P. S. THOMAS, Phm. B.
Druggist, 116 Esplanade Wesl
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